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1913

.A. Wharton

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Canada Legal Directory

1913

(Publithed annually in January)

FOR

Lawyers and Business Men

Containing the names of the Judges, Lawyers,

Court Officials, etc., throughout Canada and

Newfoundland

PROVINCIAL EDITORS

AND COMPILERS OF

SYNOPSES OF THE LAWS

OF THE PROVINCES

ALBERTA

Emery, Newell, Ford, Bolton & Mount

Edmonton

BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWFOUNDLAND

Robertson & Heisterman John Fenelon

Victoria St. John's

MANITOBA

Aikins, Fullerton, Foley & McWilliams ; Aikins, Loftus & Aikins

Winnipeg

NEW BRUNSWICK NOVA SCOTIA

Weldon & McLean Harris, Henry, Rogers & Harris

St. John Halifax

ONTARIO

Johnston, McKay, Dods & Grant

Toronto

PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND QUEBEC

McLeod & Bentley McLennan, Howard & Aylmer

Charlottetown Montreal

SASKATCHEWAN

Haultain , ClCft, Jonah & Hugo

Regina

YUKON

J. P. Smith

Dawson

PUBLISHED BY THE

CANADA LEGAL DIRECTORY COMPANY

2* TORONTO STREET, TORONTO, CANADA

The Canada Legal Directory Co. assumes no liability for damages occurring from errors or omissions

Copyright. Canada. 1913. by R. A. Wharton (Editor)


1113

MAY 4 1968

!£**>Ty of TO««^


PREFACE

The successful ending of two years of copyright litigation

in which this directory lias been involved, came to us with a

High Court decision in November, 1912.

In spite of a handicap of a decision which was given

against us in the early stages, our business nevertheless during

that time increased by more than one hundred per cent., placing

08 well in the leading position.

It will be our endeavour to continue to merit this place by

continually increasing the efficiency of the book and the reli-

ability of the information given; to this end we have organ-

ized an information department contributed to by some two

hundred correspondents, covering Canada from coast to coast.

It is not possible to publish a work of this nature without

errors, but in endeavoring to eliminate them we have spared

neither time nor expense.

We call special attention to the contents pages, where a

number of new features will be found listed, including a Com-

plete Alphabetical List of Lawyers practising in Canada, refer-

ring to the place in which each is practising, and some OftefoJ

information regarding Fees for Land Registration in the West.

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R. A. WHARTON,

Editor.


CONTENTS

GENERAL

Page.

Alphabetical List of Barristers for the Dominion 351

American Attorneys

Appendix (Professional cards and advertisements) . .Appendix I.

Banks and their branches 317

British and Foreign Solicitors 213

Chartered Accountants 230

Department of Justice 14

Dominion Cabinet

Exchequer Court of Canada . 14

Exchequer Court of Canada in Admiralty 15

Guarantee Companies 239

Guide to Legal Procedure in England 311

Patent Solicitors 221

Patent Laws (Synopsis) 226

Privy Council 13

Railway Commissioners 16

Board of Railway Commissioners for Canada 16

Transcontinental Railway 16

Ontario Railway and Municipa 1

Board 16

Government Railways Managing Board 16

International Joint Commission 16

Supreme Court of Canada 14

Synopsis of the Laws of each Province 242

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CONTEiNTS

PROVINCES AND NEWFOUNDLAND

ALBERTA. Page.

aeral'g Depl it

Pi and Solicitors 24 28

Alphabetical List for Canada ::.".!

Courts, Officials, etc L7-19

Judicial Districts 18-19

Boundaries t 22-23

Land Registration Districts ' 22-23

La of Alberta 17

Registration Districts 19

Bgfl of the Courts 20-21

Synopsis of Laws, including Intestacy, Land Registration

Pees, etc 242

BRITISH COLUMBIA.

Attorney-General's Dept 29

Barristers and Solicitors ?3-38

Alphabetical List for Canada 351

Courts, Officials, etc. 29-31

Judicial Districts 30-32

Land Registry Offices 31-32

v Society of British Columbia 30

Synopsis of Laws, including Crown Land, Intestacy, etc.. 2",n

MANITOBA.

Attorney-General's Dept 39

Barristers and Solicitors 4 7-.":$

Alphabetical List for Canada 351

Courts, Officials, etc 39-42

Judicial Districts 39-42

i^and Titles Districts 44-46

Law Society of Manitoba 39

Sittings of the Courts 43

Synopsis of Laws, including Intestacy, Land Registration

Fees, etc 263

NEW BRUNSWICK.

Attorney-General's Dept 54

Barristers and Solicitors 57-59

Alphabetical List for Canada 351

Barristers Society of N.B 55

Courts, Officials, etc 54

County and Judicial Officers 56

St. John Law Society

Synopsis of Laws 270

NEWFOUNDLAND.

Bar md Solicitors 61

Alphabetical List for Canada 861

Dept. of Justice 61

Courts, Officials, etc 6o-fi1

Law Society of Newfoundland 61

Sittings of the Courts 60

Synopsis of Laws 177

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NOVA SCOTIA.

CONTENTS.

Pa Se.

Attorney-General's Dept 62

Barristers and Solicitors 64-67

Alphabetical List for Canada 351

Courts, Officials, etc 62

County and Judicial Officials 63

Synopsis of Laws, including Intestacy, etc 282

ONTARIO.

Attorney-General's Dept 7

Barristers and Solicitors (Toronto) 7 8-8 6

Barristers and Solicitors (Ontario) 87-104

Alphabetical List for Canada 351

Division Courts, Boundaries and Sittings 105-136

Courts, Officials, etc 68-69

County and Judicial Officials 72-7"5

Guarantee Companies 239

Intestates 7 6-77

Land Titles Offices giving Local Masters of Titles 72-75

Law Society of Upper Canada 70

Ontario Bar Association 71

Synopsis of Laws • 287

PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND.

Barristers and Solicitors 138

Alphabetical List for Canada 351

Courts, Officials, etc 137

Law Society of P.E.I 138

Synopsis of Laws, including Intestacy, etc 291

QUEBEC.

Advocates 143-155

Alphabetical List for Canada 351

Attorney-General's Dept •

139

Bailiffs , 156-162

Courts, Officials, etc 139

District Judges, Magistrates and Sheriffs 142

' Notaries J 63-173

Registration Districts and Officials 14 0-141

Synopsis of Laws, including Intestacy, etc 296

SASKATCHEWAN.

Attorney-General's Dept 174

Barristers and Solicitors 181-188

Alphabetical List for Canada 351

Courts, Officials, etc 174-176

Judicial Districts 174-176

Boundaries 179 180

Land Registration Districts 178-179

Law Society of Saskatchewan 174

Sittings of the Courts . 17 7-178

Synopsis of Laws including Intestacy, Land Registration

Fees, etc. ., 3 02

YUKON TERRITORY.

Barristers and Solicitors 189

Alphabetical List for Canada 351

Courts, Officials, etc 189


INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS

American Collection ti

American

American-Vancouver Mercantile l

(Bed D.i.i I

Angii* & SStnnehituse (official Stenographers)

Barber, Hi run irtered Account ant I

Blythe A Baldwin Ch"

Solicitor)

hton, William. II. I kppendia 7«>

Brook A Allism, 7 1

Budden, Hanboi iteni BoHeitor) 324

Burroughs A Company, Limited (Law Book PubUeners) appendix 77

mded Attorney \p|>. ndia


Canadian Guaranty Trust

Hugh 11 .. K I

Co

Solicitor)

Appendia 68

stent Solicitor) 239

Cull Quia, E. R. i Patent BoHeitor)

Dawson, p. II. B. (Chartered Accountant)

Deaniaon, H. 1

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Solicitor) 194

rn Trust Company kppendia

Eddie, Wilton C. A Bona (Chartered Accountants)

Bdwarda, Morgan A Co. (Chartered Accountants)

Bdward, Ronald A Co. (Chartered Aeconnlanta)

Petheratonhaugh

Solicitors)

r. therstonhaugh A Smart ( Patent Solicitors)

Petheratoahangh A Bon ( Patent Solicitors) 294

l>. ndia 18

Riddle, st.ad. Eodges A Wintei d Accountants)

Rldout A Mayl.ee | Latent Solicitors) 294

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i smit!, i [tori 294

Stiff Broa. k Siaac (Chat ountants)

Touehe, Gl '

• •uver Trust

van Hall.

Accountant-

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Wade. Osier I ride Pront I

Warwick B oners, Prii | kppendia 7 J

W.i. international Dictionai kppendia

Wilson A Lafleur, Limited (Law B . Appendia

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12

DOMINION CABINET.

* MEMBERS OF HIS MAJESTY'S

PRIVY COUNCIL FOR CANADA

Forming the

DOMINION CABINET

THE RIGHT HON. ROBERT LAIRD BORDEN,

Premier and President of the Privy Council.

THE HON. GEORGE EULAS FOSTER,

Minister of Trade and Commerce.

THE HON. GEORGE HALSEY PERLEY,

Without Portfolio.

THE HON. ROBERT ROGERS,

Minister of Public Works.

THE HON. FRANCIS COCHRANE,

Minister of Railways and Canals.

THE HON. WILLIAM THOMAS WHITE,

Minister of Finance.

THE HON. LOUIS PHILIPPE PELLETIER,

Postmaster-General.

THE HON. JOHN DOUGLAS HAZEN,

Minister of Marine and Fisheries and Minister of the Naval Service.

THE HON. CHARLES JOSEPH DOHERTY, K.C.,

Minister of Justice.

THE HON. SAMUEL HUGHES,

Minister of Militia and Defence.

THE HON. WILLIAM, JAMES ROCHE,

Minister of the Interior and Mines.

THE HON. THOMAS WILSON CROTHERS,

Minister of Labour.

THE HON. WILFRID BRUNO NANTEL,

Minister of Inland Revenue.

THE HON. JOHN DOWSLEY REID,

Minister of Customs.

THE HON. ALBERT EDWARD KEMP,

Without Portfolio.

THE HON. JAMES ALEXANDER LOUGHEED,

Without Portfolio.

THE HON. MARTIN BURRELL,

Minister of Agriculture.

THE HON. LOUIS CODERRE,

Secretary of State of Canada.

Cleric of the Privy Council: Assistant Clerk:

Rodolphe Boudreau. F. K. Bennetts.

Secretary for Imperial and Foreign Correspondence:

W. Mackenzie.

Private Secretary to Prime Minister:

A. E. Blount.


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JUDICIAL COMMITTEE OF THE PRIVY

COUNCIL

Office—Downing Street, Whitehall, London, S.W.

THE HI. HON. THE LORD CHANCELLOR (RARL LOHI.HURN).

THE LORD PK ESI DENT OP THE COUNCIL.

EX LORDS PRESIDENT.

THE LORDS OP APPEAL IN ORDINARY:

RT. HON. LORD MACNAGHTEN G.C.M.G.

RT. HOX. LORD ATKINSON.

RT. HON. LORD SHAW.

RT. HON. LORD ROBSON, G.C.M.G.

RT. HON. LORD KINROSS.

RT. HON. SIR CHARLES FITZPA TRICK, G.C.M.G.

And certain other members of the Privy Council, among whom are included

The Right Honourables THE EARL OF HALSBDBY, THE V18C0UNT

HALDANB, LORD ASIIROl'RSE, LORD ORELL, LORD MERSEY,

LORD DE VILLI ERS, K.C.M.G., C.J. (South Africa); SIR SAM EEL

J. \VA }', BART. (South Australia) ; SIR EDMUND BARTON, O.C.M.G,

(Australia): SIR 8AMUEL WALKER GRIFFITH, G.C.M.G., C.J.

(Australia); SIR JOHN EDGE; SYED AMEER A LI, CLE.

KIMSTRAR OP THE PRIVY COUNCIL AND REGISTRAR OP

ECCLESIASTICAL AM) ADMIRALTY CAUSES:

CHARLES H. L. NEISH,

linrristfT-at-Lavu.

Chief Clerk, Judicial Dept.,

W. REEVE WALLACE.

The Appellate Jurisdiction Act, 1908, gives power to His

Majesty to direct Colonial Judges to act as assessors of the Judicial

Committee on the hearing of appeals from the Colony.

NOTE.—Three Judges form a quorum.


14 CANADA LEGAL DIRECTORY.

SUPREME COURT OF CANADA

Chief Justice:

The Right Honorable Sir Charles Fitzpatrick, K.C.M.G.

Puisne Judges:

Hon. Sir Louis H. Davies, K.C.M.G.

Hon. John Idington.

Hon. Lyman P. Duff.

Hon. Francis A. Anglin.

Hon. Louis P. Brodeur.

Beporter

Charles H. Masters, K.C.

Registrar: Civil Law Reporter:

Edward R. Cameron, K.C. Louis W. Coutlee, K.C.

Librarian:

Harris H. Bligh, K.C, D.C.L.

Sheriff:

George C. Richardson, M.D.

There are three Sessions of the Court each year, being

The third Tuesday of February,

The first Tuesday of May,

The first Tuesday of October.

EXCHEQUER COURT OF CANADA

Judge

Hon. Walter P. G. Cassels.

Assist a n t Judge

Hon. Louis A. Audette.

Registrar: Deputy Registrar and Report tr:

Charles Morse, K.C, D.C.L. (Not appointed.)

Ste n og ra ph er: Clerks :

W. H. Huggins, LL.B. Duncan Clark, John McDonald.

The Exchequer Court sits at Ottawa on every Tuesday when the

Judge is not otherwise engaged, and on such other days as

are fixed by special order, and in places outside Ottawa on

such dates as are fixed by special order, or by general order

published in the Canada Gazette.

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

Minister of Justice and Attorney-General of Canada:

The Hon. Charles J. Doherty, K.C, D.C.L., LL.D.

Solicitor-General

(Not appointed.)

Deputy Minister of Justice:

E. L. Newcombe, C.M.G., K.C, LL.D., M.A.

Legal Officers:

F. H. Gisborne, Secretary of Department; John Chisholm; G. H. Pownall

P. M. Cote; W. Stuart Edwards; A. J. McGillivray; Rene de Salaberry.


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BRITI8B COLUMRIA—-Registry, Victoria

.i.e. \ . Victoria ; Deputy .iu— Regiil ry. Charlottetown. .indue.

Hon. W. \V. Sullivan, J.S.C.. Charlottetown: Registrar, W. A. O.

Morson. K.C.. Charlottetown.

Ql I

BBC—Registry,

(Quebec City. Judge, Hon. Sir A. B. Routiner.

Quebec; Registrar, Peter French, Quebec; Marshal, J. B. Parkin,

Quebec; Deputy Judge, Hon. J. Dunlop, J.S.C., Montreal;

Deputy Registrar, W. s. Walker, Montreal.

FftRONTO— Registry, Toronto. Judge, Hon. James T. Garrow,

Toronto: Registrar, John Bruce, Toronto; Marshal, R. S. stonehouse,

Toronto; Surrogate Judges: C. V. Price, Kingston (for

Counties of Hastings, Prince Edward, Lennox, Addington, Frontenac,

Leeds, Grenville, Dundas, Stormont, and Glengarry);

I). F. IfacWatt, 8amia (for County of Lambton); vacant (for

Essex, Kent. Klgin, Lambton, and Middlesex); YV. J. Hatton.

\ I KON

i for

(for Grey, Bruce, and Simcoe) ; B. L. Doyl»

Huron and Bruce); J. A. Valin. North

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16 RAILWAY COMMISSIONERS.

BOARD OF RAILWAY COMMISSIONERS FOR CANADA,

Ottawa.

Assistant Chief Commissioner:

D'Arcy Scott.

James Mills.

Chief Commissioner:

H. L. Drayton, K.C.

Commissioners

S. J. McLean.

Secretary of the Board:

A. D. Cartwright, (Ottawa).

Chief Traffic Officer'.

James Hardwell.

Chief Engineer:

G. A. Mountain.

Law Cleric:

A. G. Blair.

Deputy Chief Commissioner .

Hon. M. E. Bernier.

A. S. Goodeve.

Assistant Secretary:

E. A. Primeau.

Chief Operating Officer:

A. J. Nixon.

COMMISSIONERS OF THE TRANS-CONTINENTAL RAILWAY,

Chief Engineer:

Gordon Grant.

Purchasing Agent:

A. L. Ogilvie.

Ottawa.

Commissioner

Major R. W. Leonard, C.E.

Assistant to Commissioner

D. McPherson.

Bridge Engineer:

R. F. Uniacke.

Law Clerk:

H. Atkinson.

Secretary :

P. E. Ryan, (Ottawa).

Chief Accountant:

D. Hoctor.

ONTARIO RAILWAY AND MUNICIPAL BOARD,

Vice-Chairman:

A. B. Ingram.

Toronto.

Chairman :

D. M. Mclntyre, K.C.

Member:

H. N. Kittson.

Secretary :

H. C. Small.

INTERNATIONAL JOINT COMMISSION.

Hon. Th. Chase-Casgrain, K.C, H. A. Powell, K.C,

Montreal. St. John, N.B.

C A. McGrath, C.E.,

Ottawa.

GOVERNMENT RAILWAY'S MANAGING BOARD.

Chairman: Assistant Chairman:

A. W. Campbell, C.E. D. Pottinger, I.S.O.

Members

General Traffic Manager: Legal Officer: General Superintendent:

E. Tiffin. J. B. T. Caron. Fj P. Brady.


CAN M» \ LI''- M- I > I

ALBERTA

BUPBBME COURT.

Chief Justicc-

llon. Horace Harvey, Edmonton.

Puitne Judges:

Hon. D. L. Scott, Edmonton. Hon. Nicholas D. Beck, Edmonton.

Hon. C. A. Stuart, Calgary. Hon. W. C. Simmons, Calgary.

Hon. W. L. Walsh, Calgary.

Registrar

Alex. Taylor, Edmonton.

ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT.

Att" >ral: Deputy Atty. -General:

Hon. C. W. Cross, K.C., Edmonton. L. F. Clarry, Edmonton.

Ex-oflicio.

THE LAW SOCIETY OP ALBERTA.

Benchers.

The Hon. C. J. Doherty, K.C., LL.D., P.C., Minister of Justice.

The Hon. C. W. Cross, K.C., Attorney-General, Alberta.

The Hon. F. W. G. Haultain, K.C., Ex-Attorney-General for the

North-West Territories.

The Hon. C. R. Mitchell, Ex-Attorney-General, Alberta.

Elected:

President:

Jamei Muir, K.C., Calgary.

C. F. P. Conybeare, K.C., Lethbridge; Hon. J. A. Lougheed, K.C..

Calgary; J. C. F. Bown, K.C., Edmonton; D. G. White, Medicine

Hat; R. B. Bennett, K.C., Calgary; Geo. W. Greene, Red

Deer; O. M. Biggar, Edmonton; E. P. McNeill, Macleod.

r< tary-Treatwn r:

Charles F. Adams, Calgary.

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ALBERTA.

JUDICAL DISTRICT OF ATHABASCA.

District Judge:

His Honor J. C. Noel, Edmonton.

Public Administrators and Official Assignees:

The Standard Trust Co.

(Other Officials satae as Edmonton Judicial District.)

JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF CALGARY.

District Judge:

His Honor A. A. Carpenter, Calgary.

Cleric of the Supreme Court: Sheriff:

L. J. Clarke, Calgary. P. M. Graham, Calgary.

Deputy Clerk: Deputy Sheriff:

S. A. Wallace, Medicine Hat. John Benson, Medicine Hat.

Cleric of the District Court:

D. McC. Hardie, Calgary.

Agents for Attorney-General

J. Short, K.C., Calgary; W. A. Begg, Medicine Hat.

Official Court Beporter: Public Administrator and Official Assignee:

C. D. Jenkyn. Trusts & Guarantee Co., Ltd.

JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF EDMONTON.

District Judge:

His Honor H. C. Taylor, Edmonton.

Clerk of the Supreme Court: Sheriff:

Alex. Taylor, Edmonton. W. S. Robertson, Edmonton.

Clerk of the District Court: Deputy Sheriff:

J. Discroll. Harrison Eke.

Agents for Attorney-General:

E. B. Cogswell, Edmonton; W. M. Corbett, Fort Saskatchewan.

Public Administrators and Official Assignees:

National Trust Co., Limited.

JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE.

District Judge:

His Honor Roland Winter, Lethbridge.

Clerk of the Supreme Court: Clerk of the District Court

R. P. Wallace, Lethbridge. W. H. Irwin, Lethbridge.

Sheriff: Police Magistrate

M. Young, Lethbridge. H. Bentley, Lethbridge.*

Agent for Attorney-General

C. F. P. Conybeare, K.C., Lethbridge.

Public Administrators and Official Assignees:

Trusts & Guarantee Co., Limited, Calgary.


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20 ALBERTA.

SITTINGS OF

THE SUPREME COURT EN BANC,

1913.

Edmonton—3rd Tu. Sept. and Wetaskiwin—2nd Tu. Oct. and

Mar.

Calgary— 1st Tu. in Dec. and

Mar.

Bed Deer—4th Tu. Oct. and

June.

Edmonton and Calgary—Civil

Feb.

Medicine Hat—2nd Tu. Nov.,

and non-jury trials, 1st Tu. Oct.,

Nov., Jan., Feb., Mar., April and

May; 3rd Tu. June. Criminal

and Civil Jury trials, 3rd Tu.

3rd Tu. Apl.

Macleod—2nd Tu. Oct.,

and May.

Lethbridge—4th Tu. Oct.

Feb.

and

Oct., Feb. and May. April.

SITTINGS OF

SUPREME AND DISTRICT COURTS,

1913.

ATHABASCA JUDICIAL DISTRICT—District Court: St. Albert—4th

Tu. Jan., 1st Sat. May, 3rd Tu. Sept. Riviere Qui Barre

—5th Wed. Jan., 3rd Wed. Sept. Legal— 1st Thurs. May. Morinville—3rd

Thurs. Jan., 1st Wed. May, 1st Fri. Oct., 4th Fri. Nov.

Stony Plain—2nd Tu. Jan., Mar., 2nd Fri. May, 1st Tu. Oct.

Edson—3rd Wed. Jan., 2nd Wed. Mar., Oct., 4th Tu. Apl.

Athabasca Landing—3rd Tu. Jan., Mar., 4th Tu. May, Oct. Wabamum—1st

Thurs. Feb., 2nd Thurs. Sept. Lac Ste. Anne—1st Fri.

Feb., 2nd Fri. Sept. St. Paul de Metis—1st Tu. Mar., 2 Tu. Oct.

Brosseau— 1st Wed. Mar., 3rd Wed. Oct.

CALGARY JUDICIAL DISTRICT—Supreme Court: Calgary

3rd Tu. Oct., Feb., May. Medicine Hat—4th Tu. Oct., 2nd Tu.

Mar. District Court: Calgary—3rd Mon. Jan., Feb., Mar., Apl.,

May, June, Oct., Nov., 4th Mon. Sept., 2nd Mon. Dec. Medicine

Hat—1st Tu. Feb., May, 2nd Wed. Sept., 1st Tu. Nov. Olds—2nd

Mon. Mar., June, 1st Mon. Oct., Dec. Didsbury—2nd Wed. Mar.,

June, Oct., 1st Wed. Dec. Carstairs—2nd Thurs. Mar., June, Oct.,

1st Thurs. Dec. Cochrane—4th Thurs. Feb., Nov., 5th Thurs. May,

1st Tu. Sept. Banff— 4th Fri. Feb., Nov., 5th Fri. May, 1st Fri.

Sept. Okotoks—2nd Thurs. Jan., 2nd Tu. Apr., 1st Wed. Sept., 5th

Thurs. Oct. High River—2nd Fri. Jan., 2nd Wed. Apl., 1st Thurs.

Sept., 5th Fri. Oct. Irvine—1st Mon. Feb., May, 2nd Tues. Sept.,

1st Mon. Nov. Crossfield—2nd Fri. Mar., June, Oct., 1st Fri. Dec.

Gleichen—3rd Wed, Jan., Apl., Sept. Strathmore—2nd Mon. Jan.,

Apl., 3rd Mon. Sept. Langdon—2nd Tu. Jan., 3rd Tu. Apl., Sept.

Carbon— 1st Thurs. May, 3rd Thurs. Oct. Bassano—3rd Thurs.

Jan., Apl., Sept.


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BDMONTOBI JUDICIAL DISTRICT—Supreme Court: Bdmoutoa—

Lsl Tii. May. District Court: Edmonton— 8rd Ifon.

Jan., Feb., Mar.. apl., June, Sept., Oct., Nov., 2nd Ifon. May, Dec.

Tofleld Leduc— 2nd Wed. Feb., Nov

\ "iivin- — 2nd Thuri. J Apl.

Lament— is- Tu. S Wed. Jut I

Cfaewan—ttb Tu. 1' \ — . r.viil« 2nd Tu.

Uoydmlnster— 2nd Tu. Mar., June, Lsl Tu. Oct., Dec.

Thurs. May.

Vermillion

3rd Fri. Jan.. Apl.. 2nd Thins. Mar., June, 1st Thurs. Oct., Dec.

i i i iir.Kim.i: JUDICIAL DISTRICT—Supreme Courts Lothbridge-

2nd Tu. May. District Court: Lethbridgi

;:rd Tu. Jan.. Feb., Mar.. Apl.. June. Nov., 2nd Tu. May, Oct., Dec,

4th Tu. Sept. Raymond—2nd Tu. Jan., Apl., Sept., Nov. Warner

1st Tu. Mar., Dec, 2nd Tu. June, 3rd Fri. Sept. Magratb—3rd

id Wed. Apl., Sept., Nov. Oardston—3rd Thurs.

Jan.. 2nd Wed. Apr., Sept., Nov. Tabor— 1st Tu. Feb., May, 3 d

Tu. Sept., 4th Wed. Nov.

MACLEOD JUDICIAL DISTRICT—Supreme Courts Macleod—

2nd Tu. Nov., 3rd Tu. Apl. District Courts Macleod—3rd Tu. Jan.,

Feb., Mar., June, 4th Tu. Apl., Sept., Nov., 2nd Tu. Dec Blairmore—4th

Wed. Mar., May, 2nd Wed. Sept., 1st Wed. Dec.

Carmangay—2nd Wed. June, Oct. Pincher Creek—4th Tu. Mar.,

May, 2nd Tu. Sept., 1st Tu. Dec Xunton—3rd Thurs. Apl., 1st

Thurs Nov. Coleman— 5th Thurs. May, 1st Thurs. Dec. Claresholm—2nd

Thurs. Feb., 3rd Wed. Apr., 3rd Thurs. Sept., 1st. Wed.

Nov.

\\i:taski\YI\ JUDICIAL DISTRICT—Supreme Court: Wetaskiwin—1st

Tu. Nov., 5th Tu. Apl. Red Deer—3rd Tu. Nov., 4th

Tu. Apl. District Court: Wetaskiwin—3rd Tu. Jan., Mar., May,

Nov., 1st Tu. Oct. Camrosc—2nd Tu. Feb., May, Sept., 4th Tu.

Nov. Daysland—2nd Wed. Feb., May, Sept., 4th Wed. Nov. Sedgewick—2nd

Thurs. Feb., Sept., 3rd Thurs. May, 4th Thurs. Nov.

Hardisty—2nd Fri. Feb., Sept., 3rd Fri. May, 4th Fri. Nov. Inulafail—

4th Tu. Feb., May, 1st Tu. Sept., Nov. Lacombe—4th Wed.

Feb., May, 1st Wed. Sept., Nov. Ponoka—4th Thurs. Feb., 5th

Thurs. May, 1st Thurs. Sept., Nov. Red Deer—3rd Tu. Feb., June,

4th Tu. Apl., 2nd Tu. Dec Castor—2nd Wed. Mar., June,

Nov., 4th Wed. Sept. Stettler—2nd Thurs. Mar., June, Nov., 4th

Thurs. Sept. Alls—2nd Fri. Mar., June, Nov., 4th Fri. Sept.

Wainwrlght— 4th Wed. Mar., June, 3rd Wed. Sept., 1st Wed. Dec

ProTOSt—2nd Tu. Jan., Oct., 3rd Tu. Apl. Pine Lake— 1st Wed.

Mar., June, 2nd Wed. Oct. Coronation—3rd Thurs. Jan., Apr., Oct.


22

CANADA LEGAL DIRECTORY.

BOUNDARIES OF THE JUDICIAL DISTRICTS.

Judicial District of Athabasca. That portion of Alberta lying

north and west of the North Saskatchewan River, and north of

line forming north boundary of Judicial District of Wetaskiwin,

except the City of Edmonton.

Judicial District of Calgary. Bounded on the north by the

line between Townships 34 and 35; on the east by the eastern boundary

of the Province; on the south by the northern boundaries of the Judicial

Districts of Macleod and Lethbridge; on the west by the western

boundary of the Province.

Judicial District of Edmonton. Bounded on the north by North

Saskatchewan River, south by Judicial District of Wetaskiwin, east

by western boundary of Saskatchewan, west by North Saskatcnewan

River, including the City of Edmonton.

Judicial District of Lethbridge. On the east by the eastern

boundary of the Province; on the south by the southern boundary

of the Province; and on the north and west as follows:—Commencing at

the point where the eastern boundary of the Province is intersected by the

third base line in the Dominion lands system of survey, which is the line

between Townships 8 and 9, thence westerly along the said line between

Townships 8 and 9 to its intersection with the line between Ranges

10 and 11 west of the Fourth Meridian, thence northerly following the said

line between Ranges 10 and 11 to its intersection with the fifth base line

in the Dominion lands system of survey, which is the line between Townships

16 and 17, thence westerly following the said base line to its intersection

with the line between Ranges 22 and 23 west of the Fourth Meridian,

thence southerly along the said line between Ranges 22 and 23 to the

Belly River, thence along the Belly River down stream to the St. Mary River,

thence southerly and westerly following the west bank of the St. Mary

River to its intersection with the south boundary of the Blood Indian

Reserve, thence westerly following the south boundary of the said Reserve

to its intersection with the line between Ranges 27 and 28 west of the

Fourth Meridian, thence southerly along the line between the said Ranges

27 and 28 to its intersection with the southern boundary of the Province

of Alberta.

Judicial District of Macleod. Bounded on the north by the

fifth base line in the Domminion Lands System of survey, which is the line

between Townships 16 and 17; on the east by the Judicial District of

Lethbridge; on the south by the International Boundary Line; on the west

by the Avestern boundary of the Province.

Judicial District of Wetaskiwin. Bounded on the north

by the Section line which bounds on the north the most southerly two-thirds

of Township 47; on the east by the eastern boundary of the Province; on the

south by the Judicial District of Calgary; on the west by the western

boundary of the Province.

The Districts of the respective District Courts are the same as the

above Judicial Districts.

LAND REGISTRATION DISTRICTS.

There are two Land Registration Districts; that of North Alberta and

that of South Alberta; the Ninth Correction line (being the line between

Townships 34 and 35) is the boundary between them.

North Alberta: South Alberta:

Registry at Edmonton. Registry at Calgary.


VLBH


24


ALBERTA.

BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS

NOTE: Where there is no Barrister, reference is made to neared place

with a resident Barrister.

ACME, See Calgary.

AIRDRIE, See Calgary.

ALIX—Jud. Dist. Wetaskiwin.

Nc-rris, G. G.

ATHABASKA LANDING—Jud.

Dist. Athabaska.

Hendry, James C.

Will, J. H. B.

BANFF, See Calgary.

BARONS, See Lethbridge.

BASSANO—Jud. Dist. Calgary.

Burns &

Burns,

Mavor. R.

J. S. Mavor.

C.

Dyer, E. A.

BAWLF, See Edmonton.

BEAVER LODGE,

ard.

See Grou-

BLACKIE, See High River.

BLAIRMORE—Jud. Dist. Macleod.

Ede, Thomas.

Putnam, L. H.

Card, Appendix Page 1.

BOTHA, See Stettler.

BOWDEN, See Calgary.

BOWELL, See Medicine Hat.

BOW ISLAND, See Taber.

BRANT, See Calgary.

BROCKETT, See Pincher

Creek.

BRUCE, See Viking.

BRUDERHEIM, See Ft. Saskatchewan.

BURDETTE, See Taber.

BURMiS, See Pincher Creek.

CALGARY—Jud. Dist. Calgary.

Aitken, Wright & Gilchrist.

R. T. D. Aitken, LL.B.,

C. A. Wright, B.C.L., H.

H. Gilchrist, H. P. Babson,

Jr.

Card, Appendix Page 2.

Allison, H. A.

Arundel, John.

Bergeron, P. J.

Bernard, Bernard & Goodall.

M. Charles Bernard,

A. H. Goodall.

Broomfield & Sellar. D. J.

Broomfield, W. H. Sellar.


CALGARY— Continued.

Clark & Forsyth. P. W. L.

Clark, H. C. B. Forsyth.

Clarke, McCarthy, Carson

& Macleod. A. H.

Clarke, K.C., M. S. Mc-

Carthy, J. E. A. Macleod,

J. M. Carson, A. L.

Smith, W. C. Robertson,

P. S. Albright.

Card, Appendix Page 1.

Coleman, E.

Collison, B. F. W.

Duncan Stuart & Co.

Stuart & Co.).

Dunbar, E. A.

(See

Card, Appendix Page 1.

Eaton, Frank E.

Card, Appendix Page 1.

Gillis, H. E.

Hannah, Stirton & Fisher.

Alex Hannah, David M.

Stirton, William C.

Fisher.

Hunt, A. L.

Jennison & Craig. J. L.

Jennison, K.C., K. G.

Craig.

Jones, Pescod & Adams.

Clifford T. Jones, Ernest

G. Pescod, S. H. Adams.

Cora, Appendix Page 1.

Lathwell & Waters. W. T.

D. Lathwell, W. B. Wat-

ers.


Card, Appendix Page 1.

Lent, Jones & MacKay. W.

F. W. Lent, Stanley L.

Jones, B.A., Alex. B.

MacKay.

Lougtued, Bennett, McLaws

St Co. Hon. James A.

Lougheed, K.C., R. B.

Bennett, K.C., M.P., W.

H. McLaws, John R. S.

Black, J. B. Roberts, C.

H. Lougheed.

Vara, Appendix Page 3.

McArdle & Davidson. I.

W. McArdle, W. S.

Davidson.

McLaurin, W. R.

McLean & Ford. H. W.

McLean, C. J. Ford.

MacDonald, J. J.

Matheson, C. Wlnfleld, B.A.

Card, Apvendix Page 3.

Millican, Millican & Oldham.

W. J. Millican, A.

E. Millican, J. N. Oldham.


.



calgary Continued.

Moffat A Moyer. I

Moffat B. \ . B.C.L.,

Pred C. Moyer*—

. Appendix Page 3.

Muir, Jephson A Adams.

.lames Muir, K.O., J. P.

.1. Jephson,

una, John

\.

Charles P.

E. Brown

[ppendix Page 3.

nton, H. W.

Nolan, P. J., K.C.—

. Appendix P«m '.

Peacock A Skene. Mirk

Bennetl Peaoook, Stanley

D. Skene.

Petrie, John J.

Cm- 1, .1/'/" ndix Page 4.

Reilly A Lunney. Clifford

B. Reilly, Harry W. Lunney,

John D. Reilly.

Robinson, William C, B.A.,

LL.B.

Cm--!, App< ndix Page 4.

Ryan

F.

A Wright.

Ryan, C. M.

Edward

Wright.

aders, n. P.

Savary, Fenerty A de

Roussy. II. P. Otty

i ary, Lloyd II. Fenerty,

Francois

Sales)

de Roussy (de

Short, Ross, Selwood A

Shaw. James Short,

K.C., G. II. Ross, F. S.

Selwood. B.A., J. T.

Shaw, LL.B.

'. Appi ndix Page •/.

Stewart, Charman A Cameron.

Reginald Stewart,

J. II. Charman, R.A.,

LL.B., J. McK. Cameron,

LL.B.

I

Stuart (Duncan) A Co.

;

. . I /'/"

Tavlor

rid

A Winter. W. P.

Taylor, Austin de B.

Winter.

Tweedie A McGillivray.

M. Tw lie, B. v. i.i

T.

\. \. McGillivray, LI

Waines, W. l.

Wa'k-r. George A. C P R.

SnllcitOT.) J. W. Huglll.

nor. \Y. C.

Zimmerman, George.

camrose -Jud. Diet. Wet-

;\vin.

Burgess A McKay. J. K.

Burgess, W. J. McKay.

Jackson & Mclsaar. L. R.

Jackson, J. P. Mclfi

carbon, Bee CaU

M.r.i 26

CARDSTON .In. I. Dlst. Lethluidge.

Johnston, w. S.

Laurie, William.

CARMANGAY — Jud. Dist.

Macleod.

Hogg, A. B.

CARSTAIRS Jud. Dist. Caliry.

Moore, Charles W.

CASTOR— Jud. Dist. Wetaskiwin.

Loeke, E. C.

Murphy, R. Clarke, B

A., LL.B.

cayley, See High River.

CLARESHOLM—Jud. Dist.

Macleod.

Haslam, H. 0.

Langmuir, Frederick.

Watt, J. R.

COCHRANE, See Calgary.

COLEMAN, See Macleod.

CORONATION — Jud. Dist.

We ta skiwin.

Corey, Lloyd A.

COUTTS, See Lethbridge.

COWLEY, See Lethbridge.

CROSSFIELD, See Carstairs.

DAYSLAND—Jud. Dist. Wetnskiwin.

Barnett A Graham. John

Barnett, P. B. Graham.

(See Innisfail).

diamond CITY, See Lethbridge.

DIDSBURY— Jud. Dist. Calgary.

Patterson, II. S.

EDMONTON—Jud. Dist. Edmonton.

Bishop, Pratt & Delavault.

E. T. Bishop, E. E. Dela-

vhuIL Rickerton Pratt.


Bow, J. M.

Bown, J. C. F., K.C.

Brice, Edward.

Byers A Wright. P, D.

Byer.-, E. A. Wright.

Canniff, J. Foster.

R. \Y.

Clarke A Eckstein. Joseph

\. Clarke, L. P. Eckstein.

. A /'in a d

Clarry, L. F. (Deputy Atty.-

General).

Cogswell A Pineo. E. B.

swell, \. V. Pineo.

Cormack A Mackle. John

Cormack, II. A. Mackie.

'. Appi in! is Page 6.

Cowan, Hector.


26

EDMONTON— Continued.

Cowan, Isaac S.

Dawson, H. J.

Dickey & Wilson. H. A.

Dickey, W. S. R. Wilson.

Downes & Marks. Geo. F.

Downes, Alfred L. Marks

(Strathcona P. 0.).

Dubuc & Mariore, Lucien

Dubuc, L. Madore.

Eagar & Graham. M. W.

Eagar, B. T. Graham.

Edwards, E. B., K.C.

Emery, Newell, Ford, Bolton

& Mount. E. C. Emery,

C. F. Newell, Frank

Ford, K.C, S. E. Bolton,

Cecil B. F. Mount.


Card. Appendix Page 6..

Ewlng & Harvie. A. F.

Ewing, A. D. Harvie.

Gariepy, Giroux & Dunlop.

Wilfred Gariepy, L. A.

Giroux, G. G. Dunlop.

Card, Appendix Page 5.

Golding, Erse, R.

Grant, Alex. C.

Grant, Alfred, B.A.

Grant, Charles A.

Griesbach, O'Connor & Co.

W. A. Griesbach, G. B.

O'Connor.

Card, Appendix Page 6.

Harrison, Wilfred G.

Card, Appendix Page 6.

Hyndman & Hyndman. J.

D. Hyndman, H. H. Hynd-

man.


Card, Appendix Page 7.

Lamont, John J., B. A.

Card, Appendix Page 7.

Landry & Landry. H. L.

Landry, J. C. Landry.

Lavell, John R. (Strathcona

P. 0.).

Card, Appendix Page 7.

McCaul & Valens. C. C.

McCaul, K.C, Geo. C

Valens.

McDonald & Tighe. Wallace

McDonald, R. D.

Tighe.

McNamara, D. J.

McQuaid, E. S.


Card, Appendix Page 7.

MacKay, Hanley & Boyd.

A. G. MacKay, W. J.

Hanley, H. C. Boyd.

Macdonald, J. K.

MacKinnon & Matheson. D.

H. MacKinnon, J. D.

Matheson.

Mills, N. D. (Strathcona

P. 0.).

Mustard & Day. W. J. A.

Mustard, R. C Day.

BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS.

EDMONTON—Continued.

Parlee, Freeman & Abbott.

H. II. Parlee, C L. Freeman,

P. W. Abbott.

Card, Appendix Page 7.

Rea, William.

Robertson, Dickson & Macdonald.

H. H. Robertson,

S. A. Dickson, J. M. Macdonald.

Card, Appendix Page 7.

Rutherford, Jamieson &

Grant. Hon. A. C Rutherford,

F. C Jamieson, C

H. Grant.

Card, Appendix Page 7.

Short, Cross & Biggar;

Short, Woods, Biggar &

Collisson. William

Short, K.C, Hon. C W.

Cross, K.C, (Atty. Gen.

for Alta.), 0. M. Biggar,

S. B. Woods, K.C, J. T.

J. Collisson, S. S. Short,

J. F. Lymburn, Sem. W.

Field.

, Stuart

Card, Appendix Page 8.

& Stewart. Alex.

Stuart, K.C, J. R. F.

Stewart, LL.B.

Card, Appendix Page 8.

Tipton, J. G. (Strathcona

P. 0.)

Wallbridge, Henwood &

Gibson. J. E. Wallbridge,

G. B. Henwood,

A. H. Gibson.

White, A. Moresby.

Williams & Fieldhouse. E.

B. Williams, H. V. Fieldhouse.

Willson, N. C. (Strathcona

P. 0.)

EDSON—Jud. Dist. Edmonton.

Morgan, J. H. L.

Roberts, C J.

ENTWISTLE, See Edmonton./

FAIRVIEW, See Cardston.

FISHBURN, See Pincher

Creek.

FLEET, See Castor.

FORT SASKATCHEWAN


Jud. Dist. Edmonton.

Corbett & Harper. W. M.

Corbett, Douglas Harper.

FRANK—Jud. Dist. Macleod.

Moore, H. C

GADSBY, See Castor.

GLEICHEN, Jud. Dist. Calgary.

Corey, B. S.

GLENWOOD, See Cardston.

GRAND PRAIRIE—Jud. Dist.

Athabaska. See Grouard.


GRANUM Jud. I'

leod.

Qillespio, Thos.

GRASSY LAKE. lb< m\

GROUARD— hi. I Dlst. Athal«;isk;i.

Potl ink.

St. Germain, Omer.

HALKIRK, iter.

hanna—Jud. Dlst. Wetask-

Iwin.

Blois, II. M.

hardisty, See Wetaeklwln.

HIGH RIVER—Jud. Dist. Cal-

Arnold, A.

Ballachey,

J,

Alec. A. A W

G. MaoKenzle.

Card, Appendix Page 8.

McCorquodale, A. Y.

HILL CREST, See Pincher

Creek.

HOLDEN, See Viking.

HUGHENDEN, See Sedgewiek.

INNISFREE, See Vermilion.

INNISFAIL


Jud. Dist. Wet-

ask i win.

Barnett A Graham. John

Barnett, P. H. Graham

(See Daysland).

k, D. C.

Oldham, F. M.

IRRICANA, See Calgary.

IRVINE, Sec Medicine Hat.

ISLAY, See Lloydminster.

KILLAM, See Wetaskiwin.

KIMBALL, See Cardston.

KIPP, See Lethbridge.

KITSCOTTY—Jud. Dist. Edmonton.

Morrison, J. W. G. (See

tnilion.)

LACOMBE

Jud. Dist Wetas-

kiwin.

McDonald, A. M.

Poole, John I.

LAMONT, See Vegreville.

LANGDON, See Calgary.

LAVOY, See Vegreville.

LEDUC—Jud. Dist. Edmonton.

Cbartres, William if.

Marks, A. L. (See DoWnea

& Marks, Edmonton.)

LETHBRIDGE — Jud. Dist

Lethbridge.

Ball, W. S.


AI.HI 27

lethbridge Continued.

Conybeare, Church A Mc-

Arlhnr. fj. l\ p. C

K.C., H. \v.

Church, m. S. Mi

thur.

tves, \v. c

Johnstone A Ritchie. L. M.

Johnstone, J. Norman

Ritchie.—

Card, dp ?age 8.

Macdougall, H. A. J.

Mackenzie A Menzle.

Mackenzie, h. W. Menzie.

Card, Appendix Page 5.

Palmer A Lewis. John R.

Palmer, Geoffrey

Lewis.

Card, .1/'/" ndix Page 8.

Poapst, W. V.

Shepherd A Dunlop. S. J.

Shepherd, A. E. Dunlop.

Card, Appendix Page 8.

Smith, R. A.

LLOYDMINSTER—Jud. Dist.

Kflmonton.

Lisle, II. C.

Munro, J. D.

lougheed, See Sedgewick.

MACLEOD—Jud. Dist. Macleod.

Brokovskj, J. c.

Campbell A Fawcett. William

M. Campbell, J L

Fawcett.

Card, Appendix Pa

Hicks, Joseph.

McDonald A Mackenzie. J

W. McDonald, D. G. Mackenzie.—

Card, Appendix Page .0.

McNeill A Martin. E P '

McNeill, T. B. Martin.

Wa c ,eod J * Gray. Colin

r 1

Macleod, W. S. Gray.

Card, Appt nd

MAG RATH, See Lethbridge.

MANNVILLE—Jud. Dist. Edmonton.

Ebbett, A. \v.

MED ^^, HAT- jud -

»*

Begg, W. A

Conyers, Albert M.

Davidson, G. T.

Card, Appendix Pa

Dundon, W. P

Kealy. o. w.

Mahaffy, J. j.

White, Laidlaw A Blanched.

Lome \. Laidlaw,

5. Blanchard.


28 BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS.

MILK RIVER, See Lethbridge.

MILLET—Jud. Dist. Edmonton.

Smith. Geo. P.

MINBURN, See Vermilion.

MONARCH, See Granurn.

MORINVILLE — Jud. Dist.

Athabaska. See Edmonton.

MOUNTAIN VIEW, See Cardston.

MUNDARE, See Vegreville.

MUNSON—Jud. Dist. Wetaskiwin.

Lawrence, A. J.

NANTON, See High River.

NESTOR, See Viking.

NEW DAYTON, See Lethbridge.

NOBLE, See Granum.

OKOTOKS— Jud. Dist. Calgary.

Stockford, 0. B.

Varley, F. W.

OLDS—Jud. Dist. Calgary.

Hazelton & Austin. J. D.

Hazelton, W. A. Austin.

Thomson, H. U.

PARKLAND, See High River.

PEACE RIVER, See Edmonton.

PEMBINA, See Edmonton.

PINCHER CREEK—Jud. Dist.

Macleod.

Kemmis & Thomson. A. C.

Kemmis, Donald Thomson.

Methot, L. Dorais.

PONOKA—Jud. Dist. Wetaskiwin.

Jackson, J. A.

PROVOST, See Wetaskiwin.

RANFURLY, See Vermilion.

RAYMOND, See Lethbridge.

REDCLIFF, See Medicine Hat.

RED DEER—Jud. Dist. Wetaskiwin.

Greene & Payne. George

W. Greene, W. E. Payne.

Moore & Scott. J. Carlyle

Moore, H. G. Scott.

Card, Appendix Page 10.

Russell & Jones. A. H.

Russell, E. H. Jones.

Quigg, John.

RYLEY, See Viking.

ST. ALBERT, See Edmonton.

SEDGEWICK — Jud. Dist.

Wetaskiwin.

Scrimgeour & Millar. J. S.

Scrimgeour, A. I. Millar.

SEVEN PERSONS, See Medicine

Hat.

SPRING COULEE, See Lrthbridge.

SPRUCE GROVE, See Edmonton.

STANLEY, See Lethbridge.

STETTLER—Jud. Dist. Wetaskiwin.

Costigan, J. T.

Harding & McPhee. H. T.

Harding, D. L. McPhee.

Munro, H. H.

STIRLING/ See Lethbridge.

STONY PLAIN— Jud. Dist.

Arthabaska.

Lundy, P. W.

STRATHCONA, See Edmonton.

STRATHMORE — Jud. Dist.

Calgary.

Clow, A. B.

STROME, See Camrose.

TABER—Jud. Dist. Lethbridge.

Myers, H. G.

Prowso & Lyons. J. H.

Prowse, J. B. Lyons.

THREE HILLS, See Calgary.

TOFIELD, See Edmonton.

TROCHU—Jud. Dist. Calgary.

MacGregor, J. Campbell.

VEGREVILLE—Jud. Dist. Edmonton.

Morrison, F. A.

Russell, F. W.

VERMILION—Jud. Dist. Edmonton.

Murray, Norman.

Morrison, J. W. G.

VIKING—Jud. Dist. Edmonton.

Kelcey, W. B. F.

VULCAN—Jud. Dist. Calgary.

Peterkin, G. W.

WAINWRIGHT — Jud. Dist.

Wetaskiwin.

Fieldhouse & Williams. H.

V. Fieldhouse, E. B.

Williams (See Williams

& Co., Edmonton).

WALSH, See Medicine Hat.

WARNER, See Lethbridge.

WETASKIWIN— Jud. Dist.

Wetaskiwin.

Knox, Alexander.

Loggie & Manley. W. J.

Loggie, LL.B., R. W.

Manley.


Odell, W. H.

Watt, A. S.

Wilkins, E. D. H.

WOLF CREEK, See Edmonton.

YARROW, See Pincher Creek.


:

( \\ IDA LEG LL DIRECTOB 29

BRITISH COLUMBIA

COURT OF APPEAL.

Chief Justice of Appeal:

Hon. James A. Macdonald.

Justices:

Hon. P. M. Irving; Hon. Archer Martin; Hon. W. A. Galllher.

SUPREME COURT.

Chief Justice of B.C.:

Hon. Gordon Hunter.

Pvisne Judges:

Hon. Aulay Morrison; Hon. W. H. P. Clement; Hon. Denis Murphy;

Hon. F. B. Gregory.

BRITISH COLUMBIA ADMIRALTY DISTRICT.

Loral Judqe:

Hon. Archer Martin, Victoria.

Registrar

Deputy Registrar:

B. H. T. Drake, Victoria. A. B. Pottenger, Vancouver.

H.

Ifarshal

Siddall, Victoria.

COURT OF REVISION AND APPEAL.

By R.S., B.C., 1911, c. 222, s. 86, the Lieutenant-Governor In

Council may from time to time appoint one or tmore persons in

any Assessment District to be a Court of Revision and Appeal

in respect of the assessment of property and income, as aforesaid

for such District.

ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMBfl I.

ml:

Hon. W. J. Bowser, K.C. J. P. McLeod.

Official Guard inn:

H. O. Alexander, Vancouver.

Inspector of Legal Offices:

H. C. Haningtnn. Victoria.

:


30 CANADA LEGAL DIRECTORY.

LAW SOCIETY OP BRITISH COLUMBIA.

Treasurer: Secretary and Law Reporter:

C. E. Pooley, K.C. Oscar C. Bass.

Benchers—Ex-Officio.

The Attorney-General for Canada; Hon. W. J. Bowser, K.C, Attorney-General

for B.C., Hon. J. P. McCreight, retired Judge.

Benchers—Elected.

J. H. Senkler, K.C; E. P. Davis, K.C; E. V. Bodwell, K.C; Sir C

H. Tupper, K.C., K.C.M.G.; C E. Pooley, K.C; L. G. McPhillipa,

K.C; H. Dallas Helmcken, K.C; R. S. Lennie.

ATLHV JUDICIAL DISTRICT.

Judge:

F. McB. Young, Atlin.

Sheriff:

John Shirley, Atlin.

Registries at Atlin, Hazelton and Prince Rupert.

CARIBOO JUDICIAL DISTRICT.

Judge:

F. Calder, Clinton.

Sheriff:

E. S. Peters, Quesnel.

Registries at Ashcroft, Barkerville, Clinton, 150 Mile House and Lillooet.

KOOTENAY JUDICIAL DISTRICT.

Judges

P. E. Wilson, Cranbrook; G. G. Thompson, Cranbrook; J. A. Forin, Nelson.

Sheriffs

S. P. Tuck, Nelson; H. C. Moore, Golden; W. J. Law, Revelstoke.

Registries at Cranbrook, Fernie, Golden, Kaslo, Nelson, Revelstoke, Rossland,

Trout Lake and Wilmer.

: :


G w \i> I LEG \L DIBECT01 8 1

\ A.N AlMo JUDICIAL DI81 im< i

Ige

:

C. H. Barker, Nanain

riff:

0. J, Trawford, Nanaimo.

.it alberni, Cumberland, Duncan, Ladjsmith and Nanaimo.

VANCOUVER JUDICIAL DISTRICT.

.fudges:

W. W. B. Melnnes, Vancouver; David Grant, J.J., Vancouver.

Sheriff:

James D. Hall, Vancouver.

Registry at Vancouver.

VICTORIA JUDICIAL DISTRICT.

Judge:

P. S. Lampman, Victoria.

Sheriff:

F. G. Richards, Victoria.

Registry at Victoria.

WESTMINSTER JUDICIAL DISTRICT.

Judge

F. W. Howay, New Westminster.

Sheriff:

T. J. Armstrong, New Westminster.

Registries at Chilliwhack, New Westminster and Yale.

YALE JUDICIAL DISTRICT.

Judges:

J. D. Swanson, Kamloops; J. R. Brown, Grand Forks.

Sheriffs :

IF. 0. Kermaa, Grand Forks; D. F. Wood, Kamloops.

Registries at Pairview, Grand Forks, Greenwood, Hedley, Kamloops, Midway,

Nicola, Pfentieton, Princeton and Vernon.

LAND REGISTRY OFFIOE8,

/.'.

| 'si \r General: ttrar oj Joint Stock Compc

B. T. Wootton, Vid David Whiteside, Victoria.

Registry oni


32 CANADA LEGAL DIRECTORY.


BRITISH C0LUMB1 \. :i:\

BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS

VOTE: Where there It \er t reference it made I

abbottsford, See N(m

We 3tmine

ALBERNI \ maimo.

aldermere, See Hfcselton.

ARMSTRONG — Jud. Dist.

Yale.

Van Kleeok, S. B.

arrowhead, See Nelson.

ASHCROFT—Jud. Dist. Cariboo.

Henderson, S.

Murphy, j.

ATLIN, See

Yukon.

White Horse,

BARKERVILLE, See Quesnel.

BOUNDARY FALLS,

Greenwood.

See

BRIDESVILLE, See Midway.

CANAL FLATS, See Cranbronk.

CHILLIWHACK — Jud. Dist.

'minster.

Bowes, J. ii.

Clauffhton & Ewen.

Bwen.

John

CASCADE, See Grand Forks.

CLINTON, See Ashcroft.

CLOVERDALE, See

w stmlnster.

New

COQUITLAM, See New Westminster.

CRANBROOK

Kootenav.

— Jud. Dist.

Gurd, William F.

Harvey, MoCarter, Macdonald

A Nlsbet. J. \ Har-

\ K.C., C. S. M. -Carter.

A. B. Macdonald, M.

\. Macdonald, \V. \. Nfsbet.

Wilson, Herchmer & Hurley,

p. k. Wilson, Sherw

i Herchmer, T. F.

Hurley (See Herchmer

A Co., Pernio).

CRESTON, on

CUMBERLAND — Jul

omn.

Dist.

Harrison, P. P.

DUNCANS—Jud. Dist. Nanaimo.

Sanders, A. t.

with a n tidi nt Barritii r.

I place

EBURNE — Jud. Dist. Westminster.

Pi irse, T.

eholt, See Greenwood,

elko, rnle.

ENDERBY — Jud. Dist. Yale.

Banton, W, B.

EXTENSION, See Nanaimo.

fairview, See Pentioton.

FERNIE—Jud. Dist. Kootenay.

Eckstein, L. P.

Herchmer, H. W.


Card. Appendix Facie 10.

Herchmer, Wilson & Martin.

Sherwood Herchmer.

P. E. Wilson, J. J.

Martin. (See Wilson A

Co., Cranbrook).

Lawe & Fisher. F. C.

Lawe, AT. Fisher.

Maonell, Alex.

FLAGSTONE, See Fernie.

FORT GEORGE — Jud. Dist.

Cariboo.

Avison, E. J. (See Quesnel).

FORT STEELE, See Cranbrook.

GOLDEN—Jud. Dist. Kootenay.

Maedonald, Hugh.

GRAND FORKS — Jud. Dist

Yale.

Miller A Cochrane. Ernest

Miller. W. B. Cochrane.

Sutton, A. C.

GREENWOOD — Jud. Dist

Yale.

Black. A. S.

Hallett, T. H.

HAZELTON — Jud. Dist. Atlin.

Hovell, B. deB.

HEDLEY, See Princeton.

HOSMER, See Fernie.

JAFFRAY, Sep Fernie.

KAMLOOP8 — Jud. Dist

Vale.

\rrhihald. J. B.

Cornwall, F. Temple.

Fulton. F. J., K.C.


34

KAMLOOPS— Continued.

Macintyre & Black. Alex.

D. Macintyre, Geo. W.

Black.

Morley, H. L.

KASLO, See Nelson.

KELOWNA — Jud. Dist Yale.

Burne & Temple. J. F.

Burne, A. Temple (See

Penticton).

Kerr, R. B.

KEREMEOS, See Princeton.

KIMBERLY, See Cranbrook.

KITSELAS, See Prince Rupert.

KITSUM KELUM, See Prince

Rupert.

LADNER, See New Westminster.

LADYSMITH, See Nanaimo.

LANGLEY, See New Westminster.

MARYSVILLE, See Cranbrook.

MERRITT — Jud. Dist. Yale.

Clarke, H. Colin.

Grimmett, M. L.

Maughan, J. A.

MICHEL, See Hosmer.

MIDWAY, See Greenwood.

MORRISSEY, See Fernie.

MOYIE, See Cranbrook.

MUNCASTER, See Midway.

NAKUSP, See Cranbrook.

NANAIMO — Jud. Dist. Nanaimo.

Bird, Lelghton & Darling.

J. E. Bird, A. Leighton,

C. Darling.

Harrison, V. B.

Potts, C. H. Beevor.

Simpson, J. H.

NELSON—Jud.

nay.

Dist. Koote-

Crease, E. A.

Hamilton & Wragge. C. R.

Hamilton,

Wragge.

Johnson, A.

Mackay, J.

K.C.,

M.

Soper.

E. C.

Moffatt, F. C.

O'Shea & Farris. J. O'Shea,

NEW DENVER, See Nelson.

NEW MICHEL, See Hosmer.

NEW WESTMINSTER —Jud.

Dist. Westminster.

Bole, J. P. Hampton.—

Bole, W. N., K.C.

Clute, J. Stilwell.

BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS.

NEW WESTMINSTER


Con.

Corbould, Grant & McColl.

Gordon E. Corbould,

K.C, J. R. Grant, A. E.

McColl.

Hansford, W. F.

Card, Appendix Page 10.

Johnston, Adam Smith.

McBride & Kennedy. Hon.

R. McBride. J. D. Kennedy.

McQuarrle, Martin & Cassady.

W. G. McQuarrie,

Geo. E. Martin, Geo. L.

Cassady.

Whiteside & Edmonds. W.

J. Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds,

D. Whiteside.

Card, Appendix Page 10.

NICOLA, See Kamloops.

NORTH VANCOUVER —Jud.

Dist. Vancouver.

Buchanan & Bull (See Vancouver).

Ruggles & Layton (See

Vancouver).

PHOENIX, See Grand Forks.

PENTICTON—Jud. Dist. Yale.

Burne, Temple & Tunbrldge.

J. F. Burne, A.

Temple, N. F. Tunbridge.

Gahan, W. H. T.

PORT ESSINGTON, See

Prince Rupert.

PORT HANEY, See New

Westminster.

PORT HAMMOND, See New

Westminster.

PORT KELLS, See New Westminster.

PORT MANN, See New Westminster.

PORT MOODY, See New

Westminster.

PRINCE RUPERT — Jud.

Dist. Atlin.

Carss & Bennett. Alfred

Carss, C. V. Bennett.

Fisher & Warton. W. E.

Fisher, R. I. B. Warton.

Patmore. L. W.

Peters, Fred'k (City Solicitor).

Williams & Manson. W. E.

Williams, A. M. Manson.

PORT SIMPSON, See Prince

Rupert.

PRINCETON — Jud. Dist.

Yale.

Brown, K.C.


QUESNEL - Jud. D

boo

tvison, i:. .1.

REVELSTOKE Jud, DIst.

Kootenay.

w. f.

Qillan A Elliott. C

Gil

Harvey, McCarter A Pinkham.

G. C. MeCarter.

rock creek, See Midway.

ROSSLAIMD — Jud. Dist.

itenay.

Pincot, Charles F.

Winn. E. S. H.

salmo, See Nelson.

salmon arm, See Kamloops.

SEELEYVILLE, See Prince

Rupert.

SIDNEY, See Nanaimo.

SILVERTON, See Nelson.

STEVESTON, See New Westminster.

STEWART, See Prince Rupert.

SUMMERLAND, See Kamloo]

TERRACE, See Prince Rupert.

TRAIL, See Rossland.

TROUT LAKE, See Revelstoke.

UNION WHARF, See Nanaimo.

VERNON — Jud. Dist. Yale.

Billinps & Cochrane. F.

Billings, A. 0. Cochrane.

Clement, R. V.

Heggie, Hucrh A.

McGowen, P.

Maclntyre & Perry. A. D.

Macintyre, R. R. Perry.

Rogors, R. II.

VANCOUVER — Jud. Dist

ocouver.

Abbott & Hart-McHarq,

Winrh. Bldir. J. I.

Abbott, YV. Ilnrt-MrHarp,

P. R. Duncan. \ N

Smith. Ronnie.

Car 1 :> Pender

\v.

\. Honry W. C, LL.B.,

il

Rank Chaml

BRITISH C0LUMB1 \,


Vancouver Contlnu

Bodwoll & Lawson, Winch

\\h\p. J. H Jr.,

w B. i. me, -

toria).

Bond a obert

nd, J. ii. Sweet.

Boulton, \. ii.

Bowser, Reld & Wallbrldge,

D icla I. if-' Bldg. Hon.

w. J. Bowser, K

ii, R. L.

Reid, K.C., d. S. Wallbridge,

A. II. I

\V. II. D. Ladner. Coun-

Bel: \v. R. a. Ritchie,

K.C.

Card, Appendix Papr ].

,

Braithwaite, Caleb.

Brougham, W. F.

Brydon-Jack & Woods,

Dominion Trust Bldg. A.

C. Brydon-Jack, E. M.

N. Woods.

Buchanan & Bull. Leo

Buchanan, Alfred Bull.

Burns & Walkem, Winch

Bldg. W. Ernest Burns,

R. Knox Walkem.

Cameron, A. W.

Campbell & Singer, 441

Soymour St. C. F. Campbell.

LL.B.

LL.B., J. Singer,

Campbell, Alex., 142 Hastings

St.

Cassidy, Robert, K.C.

Cayley, H. S., Loo Bldg.

Chaldecott, F. M.

Claughton, John H., Metropolitan

Bldg.

Cobnrn, A.

Cowan. Ritchie & Grant,

Pacific

Cowan.

Bide.

K.C,

Geo. H.

Ownn Ritchio.

Con. A. Grant.

Craig, Bourne & McDonald,

445 Granville St. C. W.

Craicr. TT. A. Bourne, D.

\. McDonald.

Davis Marshall, Macneill &

Pugh, Davis Cham!

E. P. Davis. K.C. C B.

Macneill, K.C. D. C Marshall.

J. s. w. Pugh,

D


86 BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS.

VANCOUVER—Continued.

Duncan, G. G.

Duncan, Howard J.

Elliott, John, K.G.

Ellis & Brown, Davis Chambers.

J. N. Ellis, B.C.L.,

W. C. Brown.

.


Ellis & McQueen, 404 Pender

St. w. Robert W.

Ellis, George R. Mc-

Queen.

Farris & Emerson, Pacific

Bids. J. W. de B. Farris,

John Emerson.

Fillmore & Todrick, 413

Granville St. C. L. Fillmore,

Thomas Todrick.

Findlay, J. A.

Fraser & Blakney, Metropolitan

Bldg. A. A.

Fraser, G. M. Blakney.

Gibson, F. Goodwin.

Gilling, N. V.

Griffin (Martin) & Co., Molsons

Bank Chbrs.

Gwillim, Crisp & McKay,

Pacific Bldg. F. L.

Gwillim, F. G. Crisp, J.

S. MacKay.

Haney & Jones, 518 Hastings

St. w. C. N. Haney,

Griffith Jones, Peter

MacMillan, M.A., LL.B.

Card, Appendix Page 11.

Harris, Bull, Hannington

& Mason, Bank of B.N.

A. Bldg. R. W. Harris,

K.C., A. E. Bull, R. W.

Hannington, P. G. Mason.

Harvey & Goetz, 615 Pender.

A. G. Harvey, G.

J. Goetz.

Hay, J. G. (City Solicitor).

Henderson, Tulk & Bray.

Alex. Henderson, K.C., A.

Edward Tulk, R. H.

Bray, Albert I. Goodstone.

Jackson & McKane, Hartney

Chbrs. J. B. Jack-

son,

Kane.

K.'C, Robert Mc-

Johnston, R.. V.

Law Dept.)

L. (C.P.R.

Jones, E. J. F. (Asst. City

Solicitor)

Kappele, Arthur J., Pacific

Bldg.

Kennedy & Mackintosh, 24,

25 Imperial Block.

Kennedy, B.C.L.,

J. K.

Alan

C. Mackintosh.

Card, Appendix Page 11.

Klllam & Beck, Pacific

Bldg. Cecil Killam,

James E. Beck.

Card, Appendix Page 11.



VANCOUVER—Continued.

Ladner & Cantelon. Leon

J. Ladner, Wm. A. Cantelon.

Lennie & Clark, Vancouver

Block. Robert S. Lennie,

John A. Clark.

Card, Appendix Page 11.

Livingston, Garrett, King &

O'Dell, 600 Hastings St.

w. Stuart Livingston, A.

E. Garrett, H. deW. King,

M. B. O'Dell.—

Card, Appendix Page 11.

Lucas & Lucas, Rogers

Bldg. F. G. T. Lucas,

E. A. Lucas.

McCrossan & Harper, 539

Pender St. G. E. Mc-

Crossan, A. M. Harper.

Card, Appendix Page 11.

McDonald, D. W. F.

McDougal & Long, Dominion

Trust Bldg. Frank

J. McDougal, G. Roy

Long.

McKav & O'Brian. W. M.

McKay, C. MacL. O'Brian.

McLellan, Savage & White,

337 Hastings St. L. B.

McLellan, Wm. Savage,

C. J. White, R. J. Hewitt.

Card, Appendix Page 12.

McLeod, F. M.

McMullen, J. E. (C.P.R.

Solicitor).

McPhillips & Wood, Davis

Chambers. L. G. Mc-

Phillips, K.C., H. S.

Wood.


Card, Appendix Page 12.

Macdonald, Parkes & Anderson,

Bank of Ottawa

Bldg. W. A. Macdonald,

K.C., R. B. Parkes, W.

G. Anderson.


Card, Appendix Page 12.

Macdonell, D. G., Pacific

Bldg.

MacGill & Grant. J. H.

MacGill, W. P. Grant,

W. P. Dockerill.

MacNeill, Bird, Macdonald

& Bayfield, Metropolitan

Bldg. A. H. MacNeill,

K.C.. J. E. Bird, R. M.

Macdonald, F. J. Bayfield.

Card, Appendix Paqe 12.

Maitland & Hunter, Rogers

Bldg. Robert R. Maitland,

A. L. P. Hunter.

Martin Griffin & Co. (See

Griffin & Co.).

Matheson & Carter, Dawson

Bldg. Wm. D. Carter,

K.C., Mackenzie

Matheson.

Card, Appendix Page 12.


Vancouver Continued.

Mciiish, a. J. b., Dawson

Bl<

Mills, .

.1 B

Ham-

k

ilton st

Montgomery, D. S., 510

Pacific Bid*.

Mooro A Cameron,

ill.* Bldg. s. \.

i

. G

1: \ . LI

Ogilvie, Brown A Co.,

Bower Bldg. William

P, Ogilvie, Edgar N.

Brown.

Cardf

Pattullo,

Appendix "Page IS.

J. B., K.C., Bank

of Ottawa Bldg,

Cardf .1/'/" ndix Page IS.

Price, Milton, 209-210

rs Bldg.

Card, Appendix Page 14.

Bain

St. w.

9 13 Hastings

Reay vv Daly, 744 Hastings

w. C. T. Beay, II.

M. Daly.

Ridley, Macrae A Tobin,

Bank of Ottawa Bldg. II.

E. Ridley, J. K. Macrae,

II. P. Tobin.

Bobcrtson, II. E. A., 539

nder St. w.

Robinson. II. B., 837 Hastings

St. w.

Ross A Haviland, B

Bldg. Edwin B, R

M.A.. LL.B., J. Archibald

Haviland. LL.B.

[ppenaix Page 14.

Bubinowitz, Israel I., Boglldg.

Ruggles A Layton, 336

Hastings St. w. IT. i>.

Ruggles, B.A., E. P. II.

Lai ton, B.A., LL.B.

Russell, Russell A Hancox,

Metropolitan Bids-.

r.li A. Russell, E. B.

Men. Russell, Geo. E.

Ilanrnx, J. MrO. Mount,

M. A. McDonald, J, B.

Noble, W. B. Pai

St. John A Jackson, Can.

Life Bldg. Chas, W

Cameron,

John, Erank A. Jackson.

Saund< re, P. '

St.

mder

Schultz A

Block.

nltz,

. W.

\v.

Arnold, Crown

Samuel D.

Chas. S. Arnold.

v. 104 Winch

Bl

Scrimgeour A Hogg,

tor-Cotton Bldg.

M. Scrimgeour,

John

LL

J. Pit. Mini Hogg, LL.B.

i dm:.\im \. d7

VANCOUVER <

on,,

Senkler, Spinka

• Horne, Pacific Bldg. J,

I H. Senkler, Mard

Geo. C.

v

Horne.

Shaw a Shaw, Metropolitan

Bldg. ii. < nili.r /',/

Taylor, Harvey, Balrd,

Grant A Stockton, | 1

Granville St. S. S. Taylor,

K.C., J. A. Ilarvev,

K.c, w. j. Baird, E. J.

Grant, B. P. Stockton.

— 3

Card, Appendix Page if-

Taylor, Hulme A Innes,

539 Pender St. w. A. D.

Taylor, K.C, J. H. D.

Hulme, A. W. V. Innes.

Card\ Appendix Taqc li.

Tlffln A Alexander, Pacific

Bldg. E. W. Tiffin,

Arthur Alexander.

. Appt

hdix I'a fir is.

Townley, T. O.

Tupper, Kitto A Wightman,

Boyal Bank Chbrs.

Sir Charles Ilibbert Turner,

K.C, K.C.M.G., A. J.

Kitto, h. W. Wightman,

E. E. Sargrnt.

Vaughan A Donaghv, 103

Hastings w. W. B.

Vaughan, D. Donaghy.

Woart. J. W.

Whiteside & Buddie, Boeers

Bldg. A. M. Whiteside,

C B. Buddie.

Williams, Walsh, McKim

A Housser, 8*7 Hastings

w. Adolphns Williams,

k.c. Walter w.

Walsh, H. c \. McKim,

George k. Housser.

<

< •ard,

llr u.

Wilson A Whealler,

Winch B! ,v\>-<

Wilson, K. C. A. Wh nailer.

Fnac tS.

.

WiK..n

Appendix

A Jami< -

Hastings W. \. P. Wilson.

J. s. Jamies

Wlntemute, B. P., 3 Radden

Bide

Wondworth A Creagh, 615

ader w. C M W

worth. \ B

Yarv M., linden

B!

;


38 BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS.

VICTORIA—Jud. Dist. Victoria.

Aikman & Austin. J. A.

Aikman, J. H. Austin.

Bass & Bullock-Webster.

Oscar G. Bass, W. H.

Bullock-Webster. 1

Bennett, F. A.

Bodwell & Lawson. E. V.

Bodwell, K.G., H. G. Lawson,

E. C. Mayers.

- Bowser, Hon. W. J., K.C.

(Atty.-General for B.C.)

Bradshaw & Stacpoole, 531

Bastion St. G. W. Brad-

Shaw, F. J. Stacpoole,

K.C.

Child, S.

Courtney & Elliott. C. K.

Courtney, F. G. Elliott.

Courtney, H. E. A.

Crease & Crease, Central

Bldg. L. Crease, A. D.

Crease, F. G. Fowkes.

Davie, C. F.

Drake, Jackson & Helmcken,

542 Bastion St. H. D.

Helmcken, K.C.

Dumbleton, A. S.

Eberts & Taylor. D. M.

Eberts, K.G., W. J. Taylor,

K.G., H. G. Keefer.

Elliott, F. G.

Elliott, Maclean & Shandley,

Central Bldg. R.

T. Elliott, K.C, H. A.

Maclean, K.G., H. H.

Shandley.

Fell, Thornton.

Garrett, H. G.

Hall, H. G.

Harrison, C. L.

Harrison, Eli.

Higgins, Frank.

Hills, H. M.

Innes, A. S.

Jackson, M. B. 1112 Government

St.

Lang-ley, W. H.

Luxton & Pooley, 1118

Langley St. A. P. Luxton,

K.G., R. H. Pooley.

Lyons, G. S

McBride, Hon. R., K.C.

VICTORIA—Continued.

Mcintosh, J. G.

McLeod, J. P. (Dep. Atty.-

General).

McPhillips, Hon. A. E.,

K.C.

Macfarlane & Phelan,

Union Bank Bldg. A. D.

Macfarlane, C. B. S.

Phelan.

Mackay & McDiarmid. N.

F. Mackay, F. A. Mc-

Diarmid, J. Y. Copeman.

Maclean, Alex.

Martin, Alexis.

Mason & Mann. G. Dubois

Mason, J. P. Mann.

Mills, L. G.

Mills, S. Perry, K.C.

Moore, H. W. R., Times

Bldg.

Morseby & O'Reilly. W. C.

Morseby, A. J. O'Reilly,

R. G. Lowe.

Morphy, Geo. A

Morris, P. G.

Oliver & Patton. W. E.

Oliver, A. J. Patton.

Prior, G. J.

Roberston & Helsterman,

514 Fort St. Harold B.

Robertson, H. G. S. Heisterman,

A. W. Milligan.

Card, Appendix Page 15.

Robertson, T. R. (City Solicitor).

Roger, D. M.

Ross, Hon. W. R., K.C.

Talt, Brandon & Hall, Sayward

Bldg. David S.

Tait, J. S. Brandon, Henry

G. Hall.

Twigg, H. Despard.

Walls, John Patmore.

Wootton & Goward. E. E.

Wootton, B. G. Goward.

Wilson, G. E.

Yates & Jay. . J. Stuart

Yates, Geo. Jay.

WARDNER, See Cranbrook.

WASA, See Cranbrook.

WELLINGTON, See Nanaimo.


\\ \i> \ i .1 Q \i. • MB] 0TOR1 89

MANITOBA

COURT OF APPEAL.

< 'h U f Jutttl

Hon. H. M. Howell.

Judges of Appeal:

Hon. A. E. Richards; Hon. \V. E. Perdue; Hon. J. D. Cameron.

Hon. A. Haggart.

stmr and Deputy Hegi&trar:

H. Walker. Augustus Mills.

COURT OP KING'S BENCH.

Chief Justice:

Hon. T. G. Mathers.

Puisne Judges:

Hon. J. E .P. Prendergast; Hon. D. A. MacDonald;

Hon. T. L. Metcalfe; Hon. J. P. Curran;

Hon. A. C. Gait.

Court Officials at Winnipeg.

Sin riff: Official Assignee:

Colin Inkster. Chas. H. Newton.

" Her: Prothonotary

George Patterson. G. H. Walker: Deputy, A. Mills.

/' gistrar: Accountant :

W. A. Wilkes: Deputy, P. D. Deering. H. B. J. Smith.

COUNTY COURTS.

See Judicial Districts and County Court Sittings.

ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT.

Attorney-General: Deputy Attorney-General:

Hon. J. H. Howden, K.C. R. B. Graham.

LAW SOCIETY OF MANITOBA.

President :

J. S. Tupper, K.C.

Secretary: Librarian:

C. P. Wilson, K.C. I. Campbell, K.C. W. A. Taylor.

Benchers:

J. A. M. Aikins, K.C; I. Pitblado, K.C; A. B. Hudson; J. H.

Munson, K.C; W. R. Mulock, K.C; A. J. Andrews, K.C;

E. Anderson, Alex. McLeod, A. Meighen,

H. F. Maulson.

Benchers, Ex- Officio.

Hon. Colin H. Campbell, K.C; Hon. H. J. Macdonald, K.C;

Hon. J. H. Howden. K.C.

:


40 MANITOBA.

EASTERN JUDICIAL DISTRICT.

Northern Division.

County Court Judges:

Hon. R. Hill Myers; Hon. A. Dawson; Hon. George Patterson,

Winnipeg.

Sheriff: Official Administrator:

Colin Inkster, Winnipeg., Toronto General Trusts Corporation,

Winnipeg.

Crown Prosecutor:

E. R. Levinson, Winnipeg.

County Court Divisions:

See Page 43.

Central Division.

County Court Judge:

Hon. L. A. Prud'homme, St. Boniface.

County Court Divisions:

See Page 43.

SOUTHERN JUDICIAL DISTRICT.

County Court Judge:

Hon. Corbet Locke, Morden.

Sheriff: Official Aministrator

A. C. D. Pigott. J. H. Black, Morden.

Deputy Clerk of Crown and Pleas:

E. D. Kerby, Morden.

• Crown Prosecutor

A. W. Bowen, Morden.

County Court Divisions:

See Page 43.

CENTRAL JUDICIAL DISTRICT.

County Court Judge:

Hon. Joseph Ryan, Portage la Prairie.

Sheriff: Official Administrator

H. R. Joly, Portage la Prairie. National Trust Co., Limited,

Winnipeg.

Deputy Clerk of Crown and Pleas County and Surrogate Court Clerk.

S. M. Macdonald, Portage la Prairie.

Deputy.

B. D. Alliston.

Guardian ad litem and Crown Prosecutor.

F. G. Taylor, Portage la Prairie.

County Court Divisions:

See Page 43.

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JUDICIAL 9 MAM: 11


42

MANITOBA.

WESTERN JUDICIAL DISTRICT.

County Court Judge:

Hon. T. D. Cumberland, Brandon.

Sheriff: Official Administrator:

W. H. Henderson, Brandon. National Trust Co., Limited,

Winnipeg.

Deputy Clerk Crown and Pleas, and Surrogate Court Cleric:

R. Darrach, Brandon.

Crown Prosecutor

R. M. Matheson, Brandon.

Comity Court Divisions:

See Page 43.

NORTHERN JUDICIAL DISTRICT.

County Court Judge:

Hon. C. J. Mickle, Birtle.

Sheriff: Official Administrator:

R. J. Spratt, Minnedosa. E. B. Fisher, Minnedosa.

Deputy Clerk Crown and Pleas, Surrogate Court Clerk:

George L. Stone, Minnedosa.

Crown Prosecutor:

H. F. Maulson, Minnedosa.

County Court Divisions:

See Page 43.

SITTINGS OF THE COURTS, 1913.

Judges of the Court of Appeal and King's Bench are assigned to

the various sittings when nearing time of trials.

COURT OF APPEAL—February, April and June, from the

second Monday, ending the second Saturday following; September

and November, from the last Monday, ending the second Saturday

following. The Judges of the Court, or any three of them, may appoint

special sittings en banc to be held at any other time to dispose of

appeals or applications which in their opinion should be heard

before the next regular sitting.

COURT OF KING'S BENCH, for trial of causes without a jury-

Winnipeg—Every Tuesday, except long and short vacation. Minnedosa—4th

Tu. Jan., 3rd Tu. May, last Tu. June, 1st Tu. Oct. Portage

la Prairie—2nd Tu. Jan., 2nd Tu. May, 1st Tu. after 1st day of July,

4th Tu. in Sept. Brandon—1st Tu. after 6th Jan., 1st Tu. May, last

Tu. June, 3rd Tu. Sept. Morden—3rd Tu. Jan., 4th Tu. May, 1st Tu.

after 1st day of July, 3rd Tu. Sept. Sittings for the trial of cases with

a jury are fixed from time to time.

:


ED n i\(.^ OF i

M \\ITi»l?\.

in col VI ^ col KTS, 1918.

I \s|| |;\ .|| |)|ll\L DISTICH T— Northern Division — Cimli —

Jan. 31, May 30, Oct. 3. Selkirk—Feb. 6, April 11, July 3, Oct. 7,

Dee. LI Stonewall—Feb. 21, April 25, July 11, Oct. 17, Dec. 5.

Beemeajonr—Feb. 25. April 22, July 8, Oct. 10, Dec. 19. Carman

Feb. 28, June 13, Oct. 22, Dec. 10. Kirn Greek—Feb. 4, July i

:*. 1, Dec Winnipeg -Jan. 6, Feb. 3, March 3, April 7, May 5,

June 2, July 7, Sept. 15, Oct. 6, Nov. 3, Dec. 1.

Sittings of the Comity Court of Winnipeg in Chambers for the

examination of Judgment debton appearing in answer to judgment

MimniiiiiM's will »>«' held as follows—Jan. 7 and 21, Feb. 4 and 18,

March 4 and 18, April 1, 15 and 29, May 13 and 27, June 10 and

24. July 8, September 16 and 30, Oct. 14 and 28, Nov. 11 and 25,

Dec. 9 and 23.

EASTERN I UDICIAL DISTRICT — Central Division—St. FrancoJl

Carter—Jan. 7, March 10, May 19, Sept. 1, Nov. 3. St. Laurent

—Jan. 9, March 12, May 21, Sept. 3, Nov. 5. Ste Anne—Jan. 13,

March IT. May 26, Sept. 8, Nov. 10. St. Norbert—Jan. 18, March

19, May 31, Sept. 13, Nov. 15. St. Pierre—Jan. 21, March 25,

June 3, Sept. 16, Nov. 18. Morris—Jan. 27, March 31, June 9,

Sept. 22, Nov. 24. St. Boniface—Jan. 16, Feb. 6, March. 6, April

3. May 15, June 12, July 2, Sept. 11, Oct. 9, Nov. 13, Dec. 11.

CENTRAL JUDICIAL DISTRICT — Swan River — Feb. 25, May

27, Sept. 23, Nov. 18. Roblin—Feb. 28, May 30, Sept. 26, Nov.

21. Dauphin—March 4, June 3, Sept. 30, Nov. 25. Gilbert Plains

March 7, June 6, Oct. 3, Nov. 28. Gladstone—March 11, June

10, Oct. 7, Dec. 2. Neepawa—March 13, June 12, Oct. 9, Dec. 4.

Carberry—March 18, June 17, Oct. 14, Dec. 9. MacGregor


March 21, June 20, Oct. 17, Dec. 12. Glenboro—March 26, June

25, Oct. 22, Dec. 17. Holland—March 27, June 26, Oct. 23, Dec.

19. Treherne—March 28,' June 27, Oct. 24, Dec. 19. Portage la

Prairie—March 31, June 30, Oct. 27, Dec. 22.

\


44

MANITOBA.

LAND TITLES DISTRICTS.

Registrar-General for Manitoba.

W. E. Macara, Winnipeg.

Address all Communications to "The District Registrar" of the

District within which the land is situate.

Winnipeg Land Titles District.—Comprising the City of Winnipeg,

the Parishes of St. Paul, Kildonan, St. John, St James, St Boniface,

St. Charles, Headingly, St. Francois Xavier, St. Vital, St. Norbert,

St. Malo, Rat River Settlement, St. Anne, Oak Island, Lorette,

Grand Pointe, and that part of St. Agatha north of and including

lot 229 w. of Red and lot 242 e. of Red, and townships 1 to 12,

range 2 w. to east boundary of Province; townships 13 to 15, ranges

2 to 4 w.; that part of townships 16 and 17, range 2 w., east of

Shoal Lake.

District Registry at Winnipeg, for Old and New System.

Brandon Land Titles District.—Comprising townships 10 to 12,

ranges 13 to 16, and townships 7 to 12, ranges 17 to 22, and township

7 in ranges 23 to 29.

District Registry at Brandon, for Old and New System.

Boissevain Land Titles District.—Comprising townships 1 to 6

in ranges 17 to 23 inclusive w.

District Registry at Boissevain, for Old and New System.

Carman Land Titles District.—Townships 7, 8 9, ranges 3 to

16 w., inclusive, and township 6, ranges 3-6 w. and Carman village.

District Registry at Carman, for Old and New System.

Dauphin Land Titles District.—Comprising townships 23 and

24 in ranges 13 to 25, both inclusive W., and townships 25 to 44 in

ranges 13 to 29, both inclusive W.

District Registry at Dauphin, for Old and New System.

Morden Land Titles District.—Comprising townships 1 to 6,

ranges 3 to 16 w., all inclusive, except township 6, range 3 to 6 w.

District Registry at Morden, for Old and New System.

Neepawa Land Titles District.—Comprising ranges 13 to 22,

townships 13 to 22, and ranges 23 to 29, townships 19 to 22, and

ranges 25 to 29, townships 23 and 24.

District Registry at Neepawa, for Old and New System.

Portage la Prairie Land Titles District. Comprising Parishes

of High Bluff, Poplar Point, Portage la Prairie, Baie St. Paul and St

Laurent and the Settlements of Westbourne and Oak Point, and

range 1 w., township 19 to n. boundary and range 2 w., township 18

to n. boundary of Province, and that part of townships 16 to 18,

Virden Land Titles District.—Comprising townships 8 to 12 in

ranges 23 and 29 inclusive W. and townships 13, 14 and 15 in

ranges 28 and 29 W.

District Registry at Virden, for Old and New System.


LAND TITLES DISTRK T M VNITOBA, 15


46 LAND TITLES DISTRICTS MANITOBA.

range 2 w. lying w. of Shoal Lake, ranges 3 and 4 w., township 10 to

n. boundary of Province, except townships 13 to 15; ranges 5 to 12,

township 10 to n. boundary of Province.

District Begistry at Portage la Prairie, for Old and New System.

The five districts following have not yet been brought into any

Land Titles District, but applications for Torrens Titles, as well as

subsequent dealings with and in those districts, may be made to the

Winnipeg office, except in cases of land in Souris River when dealings

should take place through the Boissevain office.

Old System Begistries:

Lisgar, Ginili and Plessis at Selkirk

Manchester at Emerson

Rockwood at Stonewall

Shoal Lake at Birtle

Souris River at Melita



MANITOBA. 47

BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS

\TI; lllnrr th> H it SO Hnrr'sti r, refermd is made to nearest place

tilth a i,r.

ALEXANDER, See Brandon.

ALTAMONT, See Manitou.

altona, See Morden.

ARDEN, See Neepawa.

ASHVILLE, See Dauphin.

AUSTIN, Central Judicial

District.

Kinnon, J. P.

Gregor).

(Sec Mao-

BAGOT, See Portage La

Prairie.

BALDUR, See Killarney.

BEAUSEJOUR—Eastern Judicial

District.

Crawford, J. D.

BELMONT, See Killarney.

BENITO, See Dauphin.

BERTON, See Gladstone.

BINSCARTH—

Tingley & Wilson (See

Russell).

BIRTLE— Northern Judicial

District.

Stni.

Geo.

en.

Stubbs,

Lewis St.

James Allison

Glen.

BOISSEVAIN—Southern Judicial

District.

Buckingham, N. P.

Morrow, John.

BRANDON — Western Judicial

District.

Adolph & Blake. II. L.

Adolph, Charles Blake.

Clement & Clement. S. E.

Clement, R. A. Clement.

Card, Appendix Pa<

Coldwell, Coleman & Bruce.

Geo. Robson ColdwHI.

K.C.,

K.C,

G. B. Coleman.

Geo. W. Bruce,

K.C.. Colin Y. McKenzie,

N. Whitby Kerr.

Card, dppandfa Page 16.

de Manbey, Wm. J.

Henderson & Matheson.

Henry E. Henderson, K.C,

r. m.

Card,

Matheson.

Appt ndto Page 16.

Efowden & Howden. A.

Ibiwden, J. Howdcn.

KUffOUT & Buckingham. J.

F. Kik-our, A. G. Buckingham.

McKay, S. H.

Maodonald, n.

Smith, A. W.

G.

H.

CAMERON, See Brandon.

CARBERRY — Central Judicial

District.

Barrett, G.

Card, W. D.

Garland, R. A.

Hooper, H. R.

CARMAN — Central Judicial

Distriot.

Butcher, F. J.

Haverson, J. H.

Robinson, H. E.

CARROLL, See Souris.

CARTWRIGHT — Southern

Judicial District.

Laughlin, John B.

CLAN WILLAIM, See Minnedosa.

CLEAR WATER, See Crystal

City.

CRANDELL, See Hamiota.

CRYSTAL CITY —Southern

Judicial District.

Garbutt, Oliver D.

CYPRESS RIVER, See Glenboro.

DARLINGFORD, See Manitou.

DAUPHIN —Central Judicial

District.

Bawden, E. J.

Campbell & Simpson.

John A. Campbell, Frank

E. Simpson.

Harvey & Bowman. James

G. Harvey, K.C, James

L. Bowman.

DELORAINE— Southern Judicial

District.

George, John M.

Mat tier, J. A.

DOMINION CITY, See Emerson.

DUNREA, See Boissevain.

DURBAN, See Dauphin.

EAST BAY, See Dauphin.

ELGIN, See Souris.

ELKHORN — Western Judicial

District.

Scotney, R. N.

ELM CREEK, See Carman.


48 BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS.

EMERSON— Southern Judicial

District.

Forrester, D.

ETHELBERT, See Dauphin.

FOXWARREN, See Birtle.

FRANKLIN, See Minnedosa.

GILBERT PLAINS — Central

Judicial District.

Cory, J. G.

GLADSTONE —Central Judicial

District.

Jacob, Albert E.

GLENELLA, See Gladstone.

GLENBORO — Central Judicial

District.

Mitchell, F. H.

GOODLANDS, See Deloraine.

GRAND CLAIRIERE — Western

Judicial District.

Archibald, G. W. (See

Melita.)

GANDVIEW — Central Judicial

District.

Bruce, Robert A.

GRETNA, See Morden.

GRISWOLD, See Brandon.

GUNTON, See Winnipeg.

HAMIOTA — Northern Judicial

District.

Bennest, F. C.

Langdale, F. E.

HARTNEY — Western Judicial

District.

Archibald, G. W. (See

Melita.)

HIGH BLUFF, See Portage la

Prairie.

HOLLAND — Central Judicial

District.

Rixon, H. L.

HOLMFIELD, See Cartwright.

KELWOOD, See Gladstone.

KENTON, See Brandon.

KEYES, See Gladstone.

KILLARNEY — Southern Judicial

District.

Hay, A. G.

Williams, F. A.

KINGSLEY, See Manitou.

LA RIVIERE, See Manitou.

LAUDER, See Souris.

LAURIER, See Dauphin.

LENORE, See Brandon.

LE PAS — Central Judicial

District, See Portage la

Prairie.

LYLETON, See Deloraine.

McCREARY, See Gladstone.

MACDONALD, See Portage

la Prairie.

MacGREGOR — Central Judicial

District.

MacKinnon, J. Percival.

MANITOU — Southern Judicial

District.

Bradley, G. F.

Ellis & Armstrong. W. F.

Ellis, G. T. Armstrong.

MARGARET, See Boissevain.

MATHER, See Cartwright.

MEDORA, See Deloraine.

MELITA — Western Judicial

District.

Archibald, G. W.

Crerar, John.

MIAMI, See Carman.

MINIOTA, See Hamiota.

MINNEDOSA — Northern Judicial

District.

Eakins, G. A.

Leighton, Arthur.

Maulson, H. F.

St. John, C.

MINTO, See Souris.

MORDEN — Southern Judicial

District.

Bowen, A. W.

McConnell, H. McK.

McLaren, McLeod & Black.

J. B. McLaren, A. Mc-

Leod, J. H. Black.

MORRIS, See Winnipeg.

MOWBRAY, See Manitou.

NAPINKA, See Deloraine.

NEELANDS, See Cartwright.

NEEPAWA — Central Judicial

District.

Davis, Fred. L.

Howden & Robertson. Hon.

J. H. Howden, K.C.

(Atty. General), W. G.

M. Robertson.

Wemyss, Jno.


NEW DALE, See Minm-dosa.

ninga, See Boissevaln.

Norwood, Rastern Judicial

District,

Thornton, G -

oak lake, See Branolbn,

oak river, See Hamiota.

oakville, See Portage la

Prairie,

OCHRE RIVER, See Dauphin.

OGILVIE, See (Gladstone.

PILOT MOUND — Southern

Judicial District.

• Hand & Creelman. G.

\. McLelland, S. M.

Creelman.

PIPESTONE, See Brandon.

PLUMAS, See Gladstone.

PLUM COULEE, See Morden.

PORTAGE LA PRAIRIE —

Central Judicial District.

Cooper & Meighen. W. J.

Cooper, K.C., A. Meighen.

m, H. J.

McPherson, Williams &

Ormond. K. A. McPher-

Bon, \. C. Williams, D.

M. Ormond.

Ryan, B.

Taylor, Fawcett G.

PURVES, See Manitou.

RAPID CITY —Northern Judicial

District.

Colquhoun, G. A.

RATHWELL, See Carman.

RESTON - Western Judicial

Iii>trict.

\ K.

McMillan, E. D.

RIVERS — Northern Judicial

triot.

Couch. J. II.

Marshall H. B,

roblin Central Judicial

riot,

opbell & Simpson (See

Dauphin).

Ifoore, W.

ROLAND, See Carman.

ROSENFELD, See Mord.-n.

ROSSBURN, See Russell.

RUSSELL — Northern Judicial

hi-fridt.

Reed. Henry P.

Tlngley & Wilson. A R.

Tin-l.-y. Wm. Wilson.

M LNITOBA. I I

ST. BONIFACE — Eastern

Judicial Diet]

Bertrand, T.

ST. PIERRE, See Emerson.

ST. ROSE, Bee Dauphin.

SELKIRK — Eastern Judicial

District.

Heap £ Stratton, (See

winnip

Benson, B. S.

SIFTON, See Dauphin.

SHOAL LAKE — Northern

Judicial District.

Markle, M. C.

SNOWFLAKE, See Manitou.

SOLSGIRTH, See Winnipeg.

SOMERSET — Eastern Judicial

District.

Dubuc, Antonin.

SOURIS — Western Judicial

District.

Boswell, C. M.

Forrest, S. H.

Morrison, A. S.

SPERLING, See Emerson.

STARBUCK, See Carman.

STONEWALL — Eastern Judicial

I Mstrict.

Arundel, II. A.

Coleman, W. W.

STRATHCLAIR STATION,

Birtle.

SWAN RIVER — Central Judicial

District.

Rothwell, B. E.

Wright, S. R.

THORNHILL, See Morden.

TRANSCONA, Eastern Judicial

District.

Moore 4 Sutherland — (See

Winnipeg.)

TREHERNE — Central Judicial

District.

Andrews & Co. (See Winnipeg.)

VIRDEN — Western Judicial

District.

Goulter & Chalmers. II

II. Coulter, James II.

Chalmers.

Pritchard, John.

WAKOPA, See Killarney.

WAPEKA, See Boissevain.

WASKADA, See Deloraine.


50

WAWANESA — Western Judicial

District.

Atkinson, Claude L.

WELLWOOD, See Portage la

Prairie.

WESTBOURNE, See Gladstone.

WEST HALL, See Melita.

WEST SELKIRK, See Selkirk.

WHITE WATER, See Deloraine.

WINKLER, See Morden.

WOOD BAY, See Manitou.

WINNIPEGOSIS, See Dauphin.

WINNIPEG — Eastern Judicial

District.

Adamson & Adamson. J.

E. Adamson, G. Adamson.

Aikins, Fullerton, Foley &

McWilliams; Aikins, Loftus

& Aikins, 221 Mc-

Dermot Ave. J. A. M.

Aikins, K.G., Edwin Loftus,

G. P. Fullerton,

K.G., J. P. Foley, R. F.

McWilliams, G. H. Aikins,

B. McK. Gunn, G. K.

Newcombe.

Card, Appendix Page 17.

Andrews, Andrews, Curie,

Burbidge & Bastedo,

Aikins Bldg. Alfred J.

Andrews, K.G., Fletcher

S. Andrews, F. M. Burbidge,

W. H. Curie, D.

L. Bastedo.


Card, Appendix Page 16.

Auld, Wemyss & Hickey,

Mclntyre Block. R. E.

Hickey, D. Newton

Wemyss, LL.B., James

Auld.

Card, Appendix Page 16.

Baker & Davidson. H. N.

Baker, George A. Davidson.

Baker & Young, Union

Bank Bldg. G. W.

Baker, H. Young.

Beattie, H. K.

Beaubien, L. P.

Bell, I.

Bernier, Blackwood & Bernler,

Somerset Bldg.

Josepli Bernier, M.P.P.,

H. P. Blackwood, Noel

Bernier, Alex. Bernier.

Beverldge & Hamilton,

Somerset Bldg. W.

Oliver Hamilton, E. Beveridge.

Card, Appendix Page 16.


BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS.

WINNIPEG—Continued.

Bonnar, Trueman & Co.,

430 y2 Main St. R. A.

Bonnar, K.G., W. H.

Trueman.

Bonnycastle, A. L.

Bowles, A. E.

Boyd, W. S.

Brooks & Sutherland. I.

F. Brooks, Hon. W. C.

Sutherland.

Campbell, Pitblado, Hoskin,

Grundy & Bennest;

Campbell, Pitblado, Haig,

Montague & Drummond-

Hay, Farmer Bldg. Hon.

Colin H. Campbell, K.C.,

Isaac Pitblado, K.C., A.

E. Hoskin, K.C., H. P.

Grundy, E. H. Bennest,

John T. Haig, P. J. Montague,

H. R. Drummond-

Hay.

Card, Appendix Page 16.

Carper, H. P.

Chaffey, B. E.

Chapman & Green, McArthur

bldg. E. R. Chapman,

S. H. Green.

Clark, O. H., K.C., Merchants

Bank Bldg.

Conde, E. A.

Corbett, W. A.

Coulter & Proctor. Garnet

Coulter, P. J. Proctor.

Coyne, Bond & Hamilton,

258% Portage Ave. J.

B. Coyne, A. S. Bond, F.

K. Hamilton, J. Galloway,

William Martin, Jr.

Craig & Ross, McArthur

Bldg. R. W. Craig, G.

H. Ross.

Crichton, McClure & Cohen,

Canada Life Bldg. W.

M. Crichton, R. W. Mc-

Clure, A. E. Cohen.

David, A. C.

Deacon, Edgar A.

Donovan & Doyle, Sterling

Bank Bldg. W. J. Donovan,

B.A., A. M. Doyle,

LL. B.—

Card, Appendix Page 16.

Doyle, M. N;

Dubuc, Beaupre & Mondor,

Canada Life Bldg. Albert

Dubuc, J. A. Beaupre,

J. Mondor.

Dubuc & Towers. J. H.

Dubuc, W. B. Towers.

Dysart, A. K.

Elliott, Macneil & Deacon,

316 Mclntyre Blk. G. A.

Elliott, B. L. Deacon, M.

G. Macneil, R. W. Wyde-

man.

Card, Appendix Page 18.


Winnipeg Continued.

rt, A. C.


T i:

K. Wil

Uai

Flnkelstein A Levinson. M.

.1. Pinkelstein, B. R.

Levinson.

Pisher,

Flshep,

B. B.

Wilson, Battram &

Hamilton, 216 Portage

\\o. c. P. Wilson,

k


52



WINNIPEG—Continued.

Macdonald, Sullivan &

Tarr, National Trust

Bldg. Hon. Hugh J.

Macdonald, K.C., Edgar J.

Tarr, Arthur Sullivan.

Card, Appendix Page 20.

Machray, Sharpe, Dennistoun,

Locke & Crawley,

Bank of Ottawa Ghbrs.

R. M. Dennistoun, K.C.,

J. A. Machray, F. J.

Sharpe, G. H. Locke, C.

A. Crawley, K. R. Daly,

Herbert Dunk.

Card, Appendix Page 21.

MacLean, D. R. C, LL.B.,

301 McArthur Bldg.

Magnusson, R. A. W.

Manahan & Higgins, Merchants

Bank Bldg. W.

Manahan, J. R. Higgins.

Manning, R. A. C.

Mansur, C. H.

Matthew, N. J.

Monkman, A.

Monteith, Fletcher & Davis.

G. B. Monteith, E. A.

Fletcher, A. C. Davis.

Moody, George, 42% Main

St.

Card, Appendix Page 21.

Moore & Sutherland. T.

Kells Moore, A. J.

Sutherland.

Moran. Anderson & G'ty,

Merchants Bank Bld°,-.

W. J. Moran, E. Anderson,

R. D. Guy.

Morley, A. W., LL.B., Mc-

Arthur Bldg.

Card, Appendix Page 21.

Mulock, Armstrong & Lindsay,

905, 906, 907, 908

McArthur Bldg. W.

Redford Mulock, K.C.,

J. W. E. Armstrong, E.

Beaven Lindsay.

Munroe, Mackenzie & Macqueen.

H. Mackenzie,

M. A. Macqueen.

Munson, Allan, Laird &

Davis; Munson, Allan,

Haffner & Hobkirk, 392

Main St. J. H. Munson,

K.C., G. W. Allan, D. H.

Laird, G. H. Davis, E.

F. Haffner, A. A. Hobkirk,

L. J. Loader, K. L.

Patton, R. B. Machines.

Murray, T. J., Sterling

Bank Bldg.

Murray & Robertson. A.

H. S. Murray, J. E.

Robertson.


BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS.

— —

WINNIPEG— Continued.

Nason,

Bldg.

II., Gonfed. Life

Nugent, F. S.

O'Connor, Isbister &

Morton, Mclntyre Block.

J. Edward O'Connor,

Thomas Morton, Claude

Isbister.

Card, Appendix Page 21.

Phillipps & Whitla, Merchants

Bank Bldg. Hugh

Phillipps, H. W. Whitla.

Card, Appendix Page 21.

Richards, Sweatman, Kemp,

& Fillmore, McArthur

Bldg. S. E. Richards,

W. A. T. Sweatman, A.

G. Kemp, W. P. Fillmore.

Richardson & Collinson,

Confed. Life Bldg. W.

W. Bichardson, J. C.

Collinson.

Card, Appendix Page 21.

Ross, Geo. H.

Rothwell, Johnson & Bergman,

McArthur Bldg.

S. J. Rothwell, T. H.

Johnson, H. A. Bergman.

Royal, C. H.

Shackleford, R. S.

Sharpe, Stacpoole, Elliott &

Montague, Union Bank

Bldg. E. E. Sharpe, D.

A. Stacpoole, L. J. Elliott,

F. F. Montague.

Card, Appendix Page 22.

Spice & Symington. E.

Spice, H. J. Symington.

Sproule & Locke, Trust &

Loan Bldg. F. R.

Sproule, P. C. Locke.

Card, Appendix Page 22.

Steinkopf & Lawrence. Max

Steinkopf, W. D. Lawrence.

Suffield, J. Devereux, Farmer

Bldg.

Taylor, MacAlpine & Ross.

Edmund L. Taylor, K.G.,

C. D. H. MacAlpine,

Douglas H. Ross.

Card, Appendix Page 22.

Thomas & Honeyman, Sterling

Bank Bldg. E. J.

Thomas, B.A., LL.B., E.

D. Honeyman, B.A.,

LL.B.

Thompson & Jameson. R.

M. Thompson, G. W.

Jameson.

Thompson, J. L. M.

Thornburn, W.

Thornton, G. S.


Winnipeg— Continued.

Tupper, Tupper, McTavish

& Co., Union Bank Bid*.

.1 Stewart Tupper, K

w Uliam .). Tupper,

MeTavish, Charles

Tupper, John Alien.


Card, Appt ndix Page 22.

van Hallen, G. St. J., 103

Parmer Bldi Card

nt Attorney Uel ,

Vivian, n.

Whit-'. ]>. n.

Williams, Cha

\! WITui: '

Wilton, MoMurray, De

•in.' a Davidson, .1

w . Wilton,

J. MoMuri

i. \. DeLorme, i

1 1

on.

Wright, \v.

Yates, J.

Young, Chandler & Paterson,

Royal Bank Bldg.

W. K. Chandler, LL.B.

ii. B. Peterson, J. it.

Young.

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54

CANADA LEGAL DIRECTORY.

NEW BRUNSWICK

SUPREME COURT.

Chancery Division.

Justices :

Hon. Frederic E. Barker. Hon. Ezekiel McLeod.

King's Bench Division.

Chief Justice:

Hon. Frederic E. Barker.

Justices:

Hon. P. A. Landry. Hon. J. H. Barry.

Hon. A. S. White. Hon. H. A. McKeown.

Appeals are to all the Judges, sitting en banc, except trial

Jidge.

"Registrar:

T. Carleton Allen, K.C., D.C.L., Fredericton.

Deputy Registrar in Equity:

T. P. Regan, St. John.

Attorney-General :

Hon. W. C. H. Grimmer.

EXCHEQUER COURT OF CANADA.

Local Judge, New Brunswick Admiralty District.

Hon. Ezekiel McLeod, St. John.

Registrar

Edmund S. Ritchie.

:


mi: KAiiitisTKirs ^< n:n i \i:\v mu nswick.

President

: :

Vice-President

Robert W. Bewios, K.C J. B. M. Baxter, K.C.

Secretary and Treasurer:

T. C. Allen, K.C.

Additional Members of the Council:

M. G. Teed, K.C; II. A. Powell, K.C; R. A. Lawlor, K.C; A. J.

Gregory, K.C; A. R. Slipp, K.C; J. W. McCready,

A. B. Connell, K.C.

Presiden t

Librarian :

T. C Allen, K.C.

ST. JOHN LAW SOCIETY.

Secretary-Treasurer

J. R. Armstrong, K.C C F. Sanford.

Members of Council of St. John Law Society:

Daniel Mullin, K.C: W. A. Ewing, K.C; J. R. Armstrong, K.C; J. B.

M. Baxter, K.C; E. T. C Knowles, K.C; J. Roy Campbell; C H.

. S.

A. M. skinner, Cyrus F. Inches.

MASTERS IN CHANCERY.

Albert—C. A. Peck, A. \V. Bray; Carleton—C. Comben, E. K. Connell;

Charlotte—J. G. Stevens, M. N. Cockburn; Gloucester—G. Gilbert,

X. A. Landry; Kent—H. H. James, F. J. Robidoux; King's—J. H.

A. L. Fairweather, J. A. Freeze; MadawasJca—J. M. Stevens; M.

Cormier; Northumberland—R. Murray, T. W. Butler; Queen's—J.

R. Dunn; Eestigouche—W. Murray; Saint John—A. A. Wilson, E.

T. C Knowles, D. Mullin, C F. Sanford; Sunbury—J. S. Camp-

loll; Victoria—A. Straton, C H. Elliott; Westmorland—W. A. Rus-

J. H. Vrmmiis; York— II. Coy, II. C IVm>tv.

:

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56

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M

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5

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NEW BRUNSWICK.


NEW BRUNSW

BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS

I

th


58

GAGETOWN—Co. Queens.

Dunn, J. R.

GRAND ANSE—Go Gloucester,

See Bathurst.

GRAND FALLS—Co. Victoria.

Chamberland, A. M.

Gallagher, J. J.

Kertson, W. Fred.

GRAND MANAN—Co. Charlotte,

See St. Andrews.

HAMPTON—Co. Kings.

Otty, G. 0. D. (See St.

John).

Weyman, E. C. (See St.

John).

HARCOURT—Co. Kent (See

Richibucto).

HARTLAND—Co. Carleton.

Hayward, M. L.

HILLSBORO—Co. Albert, See

Riverside.

HOPEWELL CAPE—Co. Albert,

See Riverside.

HOPEWELL HILL —Co Albert,

See Riverside.

KOUCHIBOUGUAC—Co. Kent

See Richibucto.

LOWER CARAQUET — Co.

Gloucester, See Bathurst.

MARYSVILLE — Co. York,

See Fredericton.

MEM RAMCOOK— Co. Westmorland,

See Moncton.

MILLTOWN— Co. Charlotte,

See St. Stephen.

MILLEVILLE—Co. York, See

Fredericton.

MONCTON — Co. Westmorland.

Allen, A. A.

Chandler, W. B., K.C.

Charters, A. N.

Clarke, C. S.

Emmerson, F. W.

Girouard, Edouard.

•Harris, George L.

Hewson, Robert W., K.C.


Card, Appendix Page 23.

Legere, A. J.

McCully, F. A., K.C.

Murphy, F. P.

Reilly, E. A.

Robinson, Hon. C. W.

Sherren, J. C.

Sweeney, Hon. F. J., K.C.

BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS.

NELSON —Co. Northumberland,

See Newcastle.

NEWCASTLE—Co. Northumberland.

Butler, Thos. W.

Davidson, A. A., K.C.

Whalen, T. H.

Williston, E. P.

PENNFIELD— Co. Charlotte,

See St. Andrews.

PENOBSQUIS — Co. Kings,

See Sussex.

PERTH—Co. Victoria.

Elliott, C. H.

PETITCODIAC — Co. Westmorland.

King & Goodwin. U. King,

T. T. Goodwin.

Yeomans, J. H.

i

PETIT ROCHER— Co. Gloucester,

See Bathurst.

PORT ELGIN—Co. Westmorland.

Allen, T. J.

RICHIBUCTO— Co. Kent.

Hutchinson, G. A.

James, H. H.

Robidoux, F. J.

RIVERSIDE— Co. Albert. -

Dixon, M.B., K.C.

ST. ANDREWS —Co. Charlotte.

Cockburn, M. N., K.C.

Grimmer, F. H. *

ST. GEORGE —Co. Charlotte,

See St. Andrews.

ST. JOHN—Co. St. John.

Alward, Silas, K.C.

Armstrong, J. R., K.C.

Baird, A. W.

Barnhill, Ewing & Sanford.

A. P. Barnhill,

K.C, W. A. Ewing, K.C,,

C. F. Sanford.

Card, Appendix Page 23.

Barry, J. A.

Baxter & Logan. J. B. M.

Baxter, K.C, M.P.P., G.

Earle Logan, B.CL.

Card, Appendix Page 23.

Belyea & Campbell. J. A.

Belyea, K.C, J. R. Campbell.

Belyea, G. H. V.

Belyea, J. C

Brittain, H. H.


st. john i

Bustin, -

ontinued.



Currey, L. \ . K C.

Palrweather, J. n. \

Pairweatner, S. L

Ferguson, Clarence,

i.

H.—

Card, Appendix Page 28.

Qerow, B. L.

Hanington A Hanlngton. A.

li. Hanington, K.C., C. S.

Hanington, B.C.L.

Card, Appendix Vage 24.

Hartt, J. T.

Hasen, Hon. J.

M.P.

Inches & Hazen.

D., K.C.,

Cyrus F.

Inches, D. King Hasen.

Card, Appendix /'man.

Macdonald, Charles A.

Mahoney, w. J.

Mullin. 'n., K.C.

MacRae, Sinclair & Mac-

Rae. J. A. Sinclair, Kenneth

J. MacRae.

Murray, R. G.

Otty, G. 0. D.

Palmer, S. W.

Pickett, H. H.

Porter, H. A.

Porter, J. J.

Powell & Harrison. H. A.

Powell, K.G., W. H. Harrison,

LL.B.

Card. Appendix Page 24.

Puddintrton. H. F.

Pupsl.-v. Hon. W., K.C.

Quierlpy, R. F., K.C.

Raymond, E. P.

Rinpr, Oscar.

Robertson, H. W.

Shr>\v. Gforcrp S.

Skinner, 8. A. M.

Card, Appendix Vnn>

Smith, B. S.

Smith, Herbert J., B.C.L.

Cord. Appendix Vanr 24.

Talt, McLean & Rive. J.

Starr Tait, C. Herbert

MrLonn. R. M. Rivo.

Teed, M. & J. Marinor G.

Too,], K.C., I P. II Ti

NI.W I'.lvl 59

st. john Continued,

Till- •v. |. |- |,

W •

. \\ l: . K.C.

Weldon A McLean. Hugh

li. McLean, K.C . Fred.

H Taylor.—

Card.

W( irmai

.!/


60

CANADA LEGAL DIRECTORY.

NEWFOUNDLAND

SUPREME COURT OP JUDICATURE FOR NEWFOUNDLAND.

(having jurisdiction also as a Vice-Admiralty Court).

Chief Justice:

Hon. Sir Wm. H. Horwood, Kt.

Judges

Hon. Geo. H. Emerson, Hon. George M. Johnson.

:

Eegistrar :

D. M. Browning, K.C.

Sheriff: Sub-Sheriff

James Carter. Wm. J. Carroll.

Masters

Hon. Donald Morison, K.C; Hon. Sir E. P. Morris, Kt„ K.C;

D. M. Browning, K.C.

Eegistrar of Deeds and Companies:

George J. Adams, J. P.

SESSIONS OF THE SUPREME COURT.

Winter Session. During the second week in January and the

first weeks in February and March respectively, hearing in banc,

During the third week in January and the second weeks in February

and March respectively, trials and hearings of causes and matters

with witnesses, with or without juries. During the third week in

February, criminal causes.

Spring Session. During the first weeks in April, May and June

respectively, and the fourth week in June, hearings in banc. During

the second weeks in April, May and June respectively, causes and

matters with witnesses. During the third week in May, criminal

causes.

Fall Session. During the first weeks of October, November and

December respectively, hearings in banc. During the second weeks

in October, November and December respectively, causes and matters

with witnesses. During the third weeks in October and November

respectively, criminal causes.

Admiralty Causes. May be tried at any time.

SUPREME COURT ON CIRCUIT.

Terms are fixed each year by proclamation of the Governor,

The Southern Circuit usually sits from August 15th to September

10th; the Northern Circuit from September 10th to October 1st;

and at Brigus, Harbour Grace and Carbonear from November 22nd

to November 29th. There is also a Spring Sitting in Harbour Grace

about the last week in April.

:


Vntral District Court.

Judge:

J as. (I. Conroy, K.C.

Clerk

:

Arthur W, Knight, B I

MSTIthT COURTS.

DEPARTMENT OP JUSTICE.

Minister of Justice and Attorney-Gen*

Hon. D. Morison, K.C.

Di puiy Minister:

C. II. Hutchings, K.C.

LAW SOCIETY.

Visitors:

Harbour Grace District Court.

The Hon. the Judges of the Supreme Court.

President and Treasurer:

Hon. D. Morison, K.C.

Benchers cx-officio:

Judge:

w. A. Oke, J. P.

Clerk:

John Casey, J.P.

Secretary and Librarian:

D. M. Browning, K.C.

Hon. Sir E. P. Morris. K.C; Hon. D. Morison, K.C; D. M. Browning,

K.C; J. M. Kent, K.C

Benchers elected:

M. \V. Furlong, K.C; J. A. Clift, K.C; F. J. Morris, K.C; H. H.

Carter, K.C; C. O'N. Conroy; Jas. P. Blackwood.

BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS.

ST. JOHN'S:

Ayr.'. 0. W. B.

Blackwood, J. P.

Blandford, S. D.

Cahill, C. J.

Carter, Hugh H., K.C.

(See Card, Patent Attys.)

Clapp, \V. M.

Cliff. J. A., K.C.

Emerson, C. IT., K.C.

Emerson, L. E.

Fenelon, John.—

Card, Appendix Page 25.

Foote, S. J.

Furlonu- & Conroy. M. W.

rlong, K.C., C. O'N

Conroy. W. J. Higgins.

-. M P.,

ler, A. J.

Howley, William R.. K.C.

Card, Appendix Page 25.

Hutchings, C. H . K.C.

Ken! irath. J. M.

Kent, K.C. R T. MC-

Grath.

ST. JOHN'S—Continued.

Knight, H. B.

Lloy


62 CANADA LEGAL. DIRECTORY.

NOVA SCOTIA

SUPREME COURT.

Chief Justice:

Hon. Charles J. Townshend.

Assistant Judges:

Hon. Wallace Graham. Hon. J. Wilberforce Longley.

Hon. Nicholas H. Meagher. Hon. Arthur Drysdale.

Hon. B. Russell. Hon. J. J. Ritchie.

EXCHEQUER COURT OF CANADA.

Admiralty Hide.

Judge

Hon. Arthur Drysdale.

:

Begistrar:

John M. Geldert.

Marshal and Sheriff:

James Hall.

COURT OF DIVORCE AND MATRIMONIAL CAUSES.

Judge :

Hon. Wallace Grahato.

Begistrar

Edwin D. King.

ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT.

Attorney-General

Hon. Orlando T. Daniels, K.C.

Deputy Attorney-General:

Stuart Jenks, K.C.

Taxing Master:

John T. Ross, K.C.

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64 NOVA SCOTIA.

BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS

NOTE: Where there is no Barrister, reference is made to nearest place

with a resident Barrister.

ACADIA MINES, See Truro.

AMHERST —Go. Cumberland.

Casey, Clarence E.

Craig, Kenneth G.

Davis, J. Alder.

Donkin, W. F.

Mackenzie, Alex. G.

Manning, W. McC.

Pugsley, Wm. G.

Ralston, Hanway & Ralston.

J. L. Ralston, J. A. Hanway,

Ivan S Ralston.

Card, Appendix Page 25.

Rhodes & Sterne. Edgar N.

Rhodes, M.P., George H.

Sterne.


Rogers, H. W.

Rogers, Milner & Purdy.

T. S. Rogers, K.C. (Halifax

Counsel), F. L. Milner,

Henry A. Purdy.

Card, Appendix Page 25.

Smith, Charles R. & Robt.

K. C. R. Smith, K.C,

R. K. Smith.

Smith, John T.

ANNAPOLIS ROYAL — Co.

Annapolis.

Harris, Fred W.

Owen & Owen. Jacob M.

Owen, K.C, Daniel Owen.

ANTIGONISH — Co. Antigonish.

Boyd, John A.

Chisholm, Daniel C

Chisholm, Wm., K.C

Girroir, E. Lavin.

Griffin, R. R.

McDonald, Allan.

MacEchen, A. J. G.

Wall, Joseph A., K.C

Wall, James M.

ARICHAT —Co. Richmond.

Cameron, Allan J.

AYLESFORD, See Kentville.

BADDECK — Co. Victoria.

See Sydney.

BARRINGTON PASSAGE

Co. Shelburne. See Shelburne.

BEAR RIVER, See Digby.

BERWICK, See Kentville.

BRICTON, See Middleton.

BRIDGETOWN — Co. Annapolis.

Chipman, Charles R.

Daniels, Hon. 0. T., K.C

Irvin, John, K.C.

Miller, Oliver S*

Morse, Albert.

Ruggles & Sons. Edwin

Ruggles, K.C, H. Ruggles.

BRIDGEWATER —Co Lunenburg.

McLean & Margeson. James

A. McLean, K.C, J. W.

Margeson, LL.B., M.P.P.

Owen, Hon. W. H., K.C

Paton, Vincent J., K.C.

Roberts, Arthur.

CANNING, See Kentville.

CENTERVILLE, See Kentville.

CHESTER, See Bridgewater.

CLARENCE, See Middleton.

CLARK'S HARBBOR, See

Shelburne.

CLEMENTS PORT, See Annapolis.

DARTMOUTH, See Halifax.

DEEP BROOK, See Annapolis.

DIGBY — Co. Digby.

Dennison, Harry L., K.C

Nichols, Frank W.

DOMINION, See Glace Bay.

ELLERSHOUSE—Co. Hants.

Blanchard, H. P.

GLACE BAY—Co. Cape Breton.

Carroll & McArthur. Wm.

F. Carroll, Neil R. Mc-

Arthur.

Douglas, John C, B.A.,

LL.B.

Harrington, Gordon S.

Macdonald, Allan J.

Tobin, Wm. R.

GUYSBORO — Co. Guysborough.

Floyd, Duncan P.

Fulton, J. A.

HALIFAX —Co. Halifax.

Allison, Edmund P.


Card, Appendix Page 25.

Bell, Francis H., K.C.

Bligh, Fred. P.


Halifax Continued.

Borden, Henr

ilane, Thomas J.

Chisholm, Joseph

Cluney, Andrew,

Cumnungs,

i\' C

Mfred


67 BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS.

LOCKPORTE, See Shelburne.

LONDONDERRY, See Truro.

LOUISBURG, See Glace Bay.

LUNENBURG — Co. Lunenburg.

Chesley, Samuel A., K.C.

Kaulbach, R. C. S.

Lane, Charles W.

Matheson, Donald F., K.C.

MABOU, See Port Hood.

MACCAN, See Amherst.

MAHONE BAY, See Bridgewater.

MAITLAND, See Windsor.

MARGARETSVILLE, See Middleton.

METEGHAN, See Digby.

MIDDLETON—Co. Annapolis.

Davidson, A. L., M.P.

Parsons, Wm. G.

MUSQUODOBOIT — Co Halifax.

Sedgewick, J. A.

NAPPAN, See Amherst.

NEW GERMANY, See Bridgewater.

NEW GLASGOW—Co. Pictou.

Doull, John.

Fitzpatrick, H. K.

Graham, R. H., K.C.

Jennison, Hedley V.

Mackay, R. G.

Sinclair, Donald C.

Sinclair, John H.

NEW WATERFORD — Co.

Cape Breton.

McLellan, R. S.

NORTH SYDNEY — Co. Cape

Breton.

Archibald, Blowers, K.C.

Armstrong, Hon. John N.,

K C

Butts,' Robt. H.

McDonald, Joseph.

Macdonald, John A.

McKenzle & McMillan.

Daniel D. McKenzie, K.C,

Neil A. McMillan.

Murray, Hon. George H..

K C

Phaleii, R. F.

OXFORD — Co. Cumberland.

Oxley, C. H.

PARADISE, See Bridgetown.

PARRSBORO — Co. Cumberland.

Fullerton, Varley B.

PETITE RIVIERE, See

Bridgewater.

PICTOU — Co. Pictou.

Dickson,. Wm. A.

Frame, Arthur.

McDonald, Wm.

McLeod, John D., K.C.

Macdonald, Ives & Chipman.

Edward M. Macdonald,

K.C, M.P., W.

B. Ives, LL.B., F. B. A.

Chipman.

Ross, John IL, K.C.

Tanner & MacKay. Charles

E. Tanner, K.C, J. W.

MacKa>.

PORT HAWKESBURY — Co.

Inverness.

Forsyth, G. Ormond.

PORT HOOD— Co. Inverness.

McLennan, Daniel, K.C

McLennan, Donald.

Tremain, Edward D.

PORT MORIEN, See Glace

Bay.

PORT WILLIAMS, See Kentville.

PUGWASH, See Amherst.

RIVER HEBERT, See Amherst.

ROUND HILL, See Annapolis.

ST. PETERS —Co. Richmond.

Kyte, George W., K.C.

SEASIDE —Co. Inverness.

Gillies, Donald.

SHELBURNE — Co. Shelburne.

Hood, John.

White & Blanchard. Hon.

N. W. White, K.C, F. C

Blanchard.

SHERBROOKE, See Guysboro.

SHUBENACADIE, See Truro.

SPRINGHILL, See Amherst.

STELLARTON, See Pictou.

STEWIACKE, See Truro.

STRATHLORNE, See Inverness.

SYDNEY —Co. Cape Breton.

Burchell, Mclntyre & Smith.

A. A. Mclntyre, Francis

D. Smith.

Cameron, Daniel A., K.C.

Cameron, John J.

Crowe & Ross. Walter

Crowe, K.C, Hugh Ross,

K.C, Ronald McVicar,

LL.B., John McNeil,

LL.B.

Duchemin, H. P.

Gillies & Hill, J. A. Gillies,

K.C, Wm. A. G .Hill.

Card, Appendix Page 27.


Sydney Continued.

Qunn, Alexander i»

m. David \ . K.C

LangiUe A Maddin. u M

lin.

McDonald, Pinlay.

lonald, i \


MaoKenzie, Colin.

MacKinnon, John \

Moseley, E W.

Moseley, li

Rowlings, George A. R.

SYDNEY MINES—Co. Cape

Breton.

McLennan, D \

TATAMAQOUCHE, See TPUPO.

thorburn, See Nw Glasgow.

TORRBROOK — See Middleton.

TRENTON, See New Glasgow.

TRURO — Co. Colchester.

Armstrong, Wm. B.

Bill, J. Philip.

Campbell, Alex. J.

Dickie, H. A.—

Card, Appendix Page $7.

Ferguson, W. M.

M.Lellan, C. D., K.C.

MacLatchy, H. O.

Card, Appendix Page 87.

Patterson, Alex. C.

Putnam, Harold.

Sctiurman, R. U.

OTIA.

truro Continued.

Tremaln, Rufus A., K.C.


Vernon, Gilbert H.

TUPPERVILLE, - li

town.

WATERFORD, See Sydney.

WATERVILLE, tvill.

WESTVILLE -CO. Pictou

MacK "v B.

Robertson, s. G.

WEYMOUTH CO Higby.

Qrierson, .). A.

WINDSOR —Co. I!

Christie, W. M., K

DeWolfe, Charles

Morse, Edw. J.

Mounce, Ralph B.

Sangster, H. W.

Scott, II. Percy.

Sutherland, W. D., K.C.

Tremain, Hadley B., MP.

WOLFVILLE — Co Kings.

Crawley, E. Sydney.

Parker, William F.

Wallace, John W.

YARMOUTH —Co. Yarmouth.

Bingay, George.

Chipman, Lewis H

Clements. Edpnr N

Corning, Thomas E., K.C.

Landrv, R. W. E.

McKay, C. Curtis.

Me Kay, Robert S.

Sanderson, C. L.


68 CANADA LEGAL DIRECTORY.

ONTARIO

Note.—Though the Court of Appeal and High Court of Justice

have now been amalgamated in the Supreme Court of Ontario, the

titles of the various Officials of the former Courts have not been

changed at time of going to press.

SUPREME COURT OF ONTARIO.

Composed of the Judges of the Court of Appeal and the Judges of

the High Court of Justice for Ontario.

The Chief Justice of the former Court of Appeal is Chief Justice of

Ontario.

APPELLATE DIVISION.

Chief Justice of Ontario:

Hon. Sir Wm. Ralph Meredith.

Justices of Appeal:

Hon. J. T. Garrow, Hon. J. J. Maclaren, Hon. James Magee,

Hon. Frank E. Hodgins.

Registrar of the Court of Appeal:

N. F. Paterson, K.C.

Asst. Registrar, and Registrar of Ontario Election Court:

H. H. Robertson, K.C.

Cleric

R. F. Killaly.

Usher and Librarian:

Eli Oliver.

HIGH COURT DIVISION.

Chancellor of Ontario and President of the High Court of Justice:

Hon. Sir John Alexander Boyd, K.C.M.G.

Chief Justice of the Kinq's Bench:

Hon. Sir Glenholme Falconbridge.

Chief Justice of the Common Pleas:

Hon. Richard M. Meredith.

Chief Justice of the Exchequer:

Hon. Sir William Mulock, K.C.M.G.

Justices of the High Court of Justice:

Hon. B. M. Britton, Hon. J. V. Teetzel, Hon. R. C. Clute, Hon. W.

R. Riddell, Hon. F. R. Latchford, Hon. R. F. Sutherland,

Hon. W. E. Middleton, Hon. H. T. Kelly, Hon.

Haughton I. Lennox, Hon. James Leitch.

Senior Registrar of the High Court of Justice: Cleric of Dominion Election

Court :

Geo. S. Holmested, K.C.

Registrar and Cleric of Weelcly Court:

Geo. M. Lee.

Junior Registrar of the High Court of Justice:

W. H. Best.

Clerk: Cleric of N on-Jury Sittings:

C. O. Strange. F. R. -Roche.

Marshal and Clerk of Assize:

Geo. B. Nicol.

:


Cenlral Oil

Clerk of and l'lcas:

M. B. Jackson, K.C.

and Writs: ;,, at Clerk:

E. Harley. l> \ r Hinds.

( ft i

F. v Wm. Ma.T.ivish, Et, v. M. B. Black,

C. G. Spanner, Agnes Moore.

Master-in-Onlinaiy of tin* Supi«?ii


70

ONTARIO.

ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT.

Parliament Buildings.

Attorney-General: Deputy Attorney-General:

Hon. J. J. Foy, K.C. J. K. Cartwright, K.C.

Solicitor: Clerk r>f FcrwHv* Council:

Edward Bayly, K.C. J. L. Capreol, K.C.

LAW SOCIETY OF UPPER CANADA.

Benchers—Ex-Officio :

Hon. Charles Joseph Doherty, Minister of Justice and Attorney-General

for Canada [23rd November, 1911].

Hon. James Joseph Foy, K.C., Attorney-General for Ontario [30th May,

1905].

Hon. Samuel Hume Blake, K.C, retired Vice-Chancellor [15th May,

1881].

Hon. Sir Charles Hibbert Tupper, K.C.M.G., K.C, formerly Minister of

Justice and Attorney-General for Canada [8th Feb., 1895, to 15th

Jan., 1896].

Sir ^Emilius Irving, K.C, under Statute 63 Vic., Cap. 20 [20th May,

1900].

Sir John Morison Gibson, K.C.M.G., K.C, formerly Attorney-General

for Ontario [21st Oct., 1899, to 26th Nov., 1904].

Hon. Sir James Pliny Whitney, K-C, formerly Attorney-General for

Ontario [11th Feb., 1905, to 30th May, 1905].

Hon. Sir Allen Bristol Aylesworth, K.C.M.G., K.C, formerly minister

of Justice and Attorney-General for Canada [4th June, 1906, to 10th

Oct., 1911].

Hon. Featherston Osler, K.C, retired Judge Court of Appeal [18th April,

1910].

Hon. James Maclennan, retired Judge of the Supreme Court of Canada,

2 Geo. V, c. 26, s. 7 (2) [1st July, 1912].

Ex-Officio: Under Statute, 10 Edward VTI., Cap. 76.

John Hoskin, K.C, [10th June,

1910].

George Fergusson Shepley, K.C,

[9th February, 1911].

Donald Guthrie, K.C, [17th February

1911'].

Alexander Bruce, K.C., [17th

February, 1911].

Zebulon Aiton Lash, K.C, [17th

February, 1911].

Charles Henry Eitchie, K.C,

[17th February, 1911].

George Hughes Watson, K.C.,

[17th February, 1911].

Sir George Christie Gibbons, K.C ,

[12th April, 1911].

Alfred Henry Clarke, K.C.,

[12th April, 1911].

Elected to hold office until the first day of Easter Term, 1916:

E. D. Armour. ... ... .Toronto

J. Bicknell ............ Toronto

W. S. Brewster Brantford

F. H. Chrysler. ......... Ottawa

J. Cowan Sarnia

A. E. H. Creswicke. . . .

. .Barrie

H. IT Dewart Toronto

J. E. Farewell. Whitby

J. M. Glenn . . St. Thomas

F. W. Harcourt . . Toronto

I. F. Hellmuth .......... Toronto

F. E. Hodgins Toronto

E. F. B. Johnston . . Toronto

W. F. Kerr. .Cobourg

T. H. Lennox . .

. . Aurora

Treasurer

Sir iEmilius Irving, K.C.

:

W. A. Logie Hamilton

G. Lynch- Staunton. .. .Hamilton

C. A. Masten ...... . . Toronto

C A. Moss Toronto

W. H'. McFadden . .Brampton

A. G. MacKay. ...... .Owen Sound

A. C. McMaster. Toronto

W. D. McPherson. . . .Toronto

W. Nesbitt Toronto

W. B. Northrup Belleville

W. Proudfoot Goderich

T. C Eobinette Toronto

N. W. Bowell Toronto

W. E. White .......... Pembroke

M. Wilson. .Chatham

Secretary :

Duncan Donald.

Librarian

W. Geo. Eakins

:


ONTARIO. 71

ONTARIO BAR ASSOCIATI ION.

Offie«n eleeted B8tl Dec, 1012.

Hon. Fretident: President:

sir Alton Ayleaworth, K.< .. Toronto. If. 11. Lodwig, K.c. Toronto.

e Presidents:

Frank M. Held, K.C., Cobourj W. .1. Mr Wliirm.-y. K. I '.. Toronto;

Geo. C, Campbell, Toronto.

Becording Secretary: Corresponding Secretary:

C. A. Ifoss, Toronto. R. J. Marlennan, Toronto.

Treasurer: lotion f A

A. McLean Macdonnell, K.C, Toronto. W. N. Ponton, K.C., Belleville.

The Council consists of the above and the following members.

V.. J, Seem, K.C., Toronto; Frank Denton, K.C., Toronto: .1. K

well, K. C, Whitby; A. Lemieux, K.C, Ottawa $• James Bain, K.C,

Toronto; C. F. Ritchie, Toronto; X. B. Gash, K.C, Toronto;

A. E. H. Creswicke, K.C, Barrie.

Past Presidents:

A. II. Clarke, K.C, Calgary, Alta.; Hon. F. E. Hodgins, Toronto; S. F.

Lazier. K.C. Hamilton; Chas. Elliott, Toronto; W. C lOkel,

K.c, Belleville.

The Council at its January meeting will add twelve other meml>its

number.

The objects of the Association are to facilitate the administration

of justice, to promote reform in the law and procedure, to assist

in upholding the honor and dignity of the profession of the law,

to bring about united action, to conserve its interest, to encourage

interchange of ideas and closer intercourse among members of the

profession in Ontario, and to maintain friendly relations with the

profession in other jurisdictions.


.

. . .

ONTARIO.

COUNTY AND JUDICIAL OFFICERS

Inspector of Registry Offices

DONALD GUTHRIE, K.C., Ouelph

ALGOMA.

Sheriff

Sault Ste. Marie.

W. H. Carney

Judge Fred'k

Local Master.

"

...

Stone

Junior Judge. . . E. O'Connor

Crown Attorney. M. McFadden

Clerk of Peace.

"

.

Local Registrar. .C. V. Plummer

Dist. Court Clerk

"

Surr. Registrar. .

Reg. of Deeds . . . C. F. Farwell

Local M. of Titles V. McNamara

BRANT.

Brantford.

Sheriff W. W. Ross

Judge A. D. Hardy

Local Master.

"

. .

Crown Attorney. A. J. Wilkes

Clerk of Peace.

"

Local Registrar. J. T. Hewitt

Co. Court Clerk " -

Surr. Registrar.

"

Reg. of Deeds. . . A. Graham

BRUCE.

Walker-ton.

Sheriff D. M. Jermyn

Judge W. Barrett

Junior Judge. . . A. B. Klein

Local Master.

"

.

Crown Attorney . Thomas Dixon

Clerk of Peace. "

.

Local Registrar. Matthew Goetz

Co. Court Clerk..

Surr. Registrar. "

Reg. of Deeds. . . W. H. McFarlane

CARLETON.

Ottawa.

Sheriff G. C. Richardson

Judge D. B. MacTavish

Junior Judge . . . R. D. Gunn

Local Master. . . John

Bishop

Dep'y Registrar "

Local M. of Titles

"

Crown Attorney. J. A. Ritchie

Clerk of Peace. "

.

Dep. Clerk Cr'n. H. 0. E. Pratt

Co. Court Clerk. "

.

Surr. Registrar. "

Reg. of Deeds. . . J. P.

Ottawa City; P. J.

Fisher,

Coffey

• Co. Carleton

DUFFERIN.

Orangeville.

Sheriff Thomas Bowles

Judge T. A. M. McCarthy

Local Master. .. .

••

Crown Attorney . W. J. L. McKay

Clerk of Peace. "

.

Local Registrar. J. A. V. Preston

Co. Court Clerk.

"

Surr. Registrar. .

Reg. of Deeds. . . D. J. Hunter

ELGIN.

St. Thomas.

Sheriff

Judge

D.

C.

McColl

W. Colter

Inspector of Legal Offices

J. W. MALLON, Osgoode Hall, Toronto

Clerk of the Surrogate Court.

C. J. McCABE, Osgoode Hall, Toronto

.

.

Junior Judge. ..CO. Z. Ermatinger

Local Master. . . .C. F. Maxwell

Crown Attorney. A. McCrimmon

Clerk of Peace. "

.

Local Registrar. David McLaws

Co. Court Clerk. . "

Surr. Registrar.

"

Reg. of Deeds. . . J. H. Covne

Local M. of Titles

"

ESSEX

Sandwich (P.O. Windsor).

Sheriff J. E. D' Avignon

Judge M. A. McHugh

Junior Judge. . . George Smith

Local Master. . . Henry Clay

Crown Attorney .J.

Clerk of Peace . .

H. Rodd

"

Local Registrar.

Co. Court Clerk

Francis Cleary

"

Surr. Registrar. .

Reg. of Deeds. .

.J. W. Askin

FRONTENAC.

Kingston.

Sheriff Thomas Dawson

Judge C. V. Price

Local Master. . . J. B. Walkem

Crown Attorney . J. L. Whiting

Clerk of Peace . .

Local Registrar. T. M. Asselstine

Co. Court Clerk

Surr. Registrar. Miss H. Fraser

Reg. of Deeds. . .John Gibson

Co Frontenac;J. P. Gildersleeve,

Kingston City

GREY.

Owen Sound.

Sheriff C. H. Moore

Judge C. T. Sutherland

Junior Judge. . .C. H. Widdifield

Local Master. ...

"

Crown Attorney . J. Armstrong

Clerk of Peace. "

.

Local Registrar. W. A. Bishop

Co. Court Clerk.

Surr. Registrar. "

Reg. of Deeds. . . R. McKnight

Owen Sound, N.R.

T. Lauder,

Durham, S.R.

HALDIMAND.

Cayuga.

Sheriff M. McConnell

Judge G. B. Douglas

"

Local Master. . .

Crown Attorney . J. A. Murphy

Clerk of Peace. "

Local Registrar. J. C. Eccles

Co. Court Clerk.

Surr. Registrar.

"

Reg. of Deeds. . .P. R. Howard

HALIBURTON.

Minden. Annexed to Victoria

for Judicial purposes.

Reg. of Deeds. . .E. C. Young

"


HALTON.

Milton.

Sheriff S \\

Judge T A (iorhnm

MaMer

l'r"« ti An.., n, > \V I

Clerk

Tar. W.

art Clerk.

Surr

.' McCl( naliini

HASTINGS.

Belleville.

T If. B. Morrison

Judge the

.lunior Judge. . . B. R. Fra!>

Loral . Mailer. . S. S. Lazier

"

Registrar.

rney . P. .T M. Anderson

:

;' Clerk •

1 1.1k Or'n . John Williams

Ml Clerk

"

.

But. Registrar. . "

Reg. of Deeds . . . S. Russell

HURON.

Goderich.

S R. O. Reynolds

Judge B. L. Doyle

"

Local Mailer. . .

Junior Judge. . . Philip Holt

Crown Attorney. C. Seager

Clerk of Feat

Local Registrar. D. McDonald

Co. Court Clerk "

.

Surr. Registrar. "

Reg. of Deeds. . . W. Coats

KENORA.

Kenora.

Sheriff John W. Humbie

Judge T. W. Chappie

"

Local Master. . .

Crown Attorney .7. F. MacGillivray

Clerk of Peace. M

.

Local Registrar. C. W. Chadwick

I '..u rt Clerk "

Surr. Registrar.

"

Reg. of Deeds . . . R. E. Preston

If. of Titles

"

KENT.

Chatham.

Sheriff J. R. Gemmill

Judge Archibald Bell

Junior Judge. . . J. L. Dowlin

Local Master. . . T. Scullard

Crown Attorney II. D. Smith

1

Clerk of Pea

.

"

Tames Holmes

irt Clerk..

Surr. R 'iristrai . . "

Reg. of P. I). IfeKeHar

LAMBTON.

Sarnia.

Sheriff Tames Flintoft

Judge D. F. MacWatt

Loral Master.

"

. .

Junior Judge. .. A. B. Taylor

Crown Attorney . J.

Clerk of Peace.'.

P. Bucke

Local Registrar. Alex. Saunders

:rt Clerk.

Surr. Registrar. .

Reg. of Deeds. . . A. McLean

LANARK.

Perth.

Sheriff I>. C. Ma.Martin

Judpe W. S. Senkler

Local Mast, "

r

6

"

ONTARIO. 7:j

.

M

1

:. rk

Surr. Registrar.

da.

Almoi'

. '

W P Mel

Mailoeh


74

MUSKOKA.

Bracebridge.

Sheriff P. E. Bastedo

Judge A. A. Mahaffy

Local Master. . .

Crown Attorney. Thomas Johnson

Clerk of Peace. .

Local Registrar . Isaac

Huber

Dist. Court Clerk

"

"

Surr. Registrar. .

Reg. of Deeds ... J. E. Lount

"

Local M. of Titles

Sheriff

NIPISSING.

North Bay.

H. C. Varin

Judge . . .* J. A. Valin

Local Master. . .

Junior Judge. . . H.

D. Leask

Crown Attorney. T. E. McKee

Clerk of Peace.

"

.

Local Registrar. T. J. Bourke

Dist. Court Clerk

"

Surr. Registrar.

Reg. of Deeds ... J. M. Deacon

Local M.

"

of Titles

NORFOLK.

Simcoe.

Sheriff F. S. Snider

Judge James Robb

Local Master. . .

Crown Attorney . T. R. Slaght

Clerk of Peace

"

. .

Local Registrar. C. C. Rapelje

Co. Court Clerk . .

Surr. Registrar.

"

.

$eg. of Deeds. . . W. E. Tisdale

NORTHUMBERLAND AND

DURHAM.

Cobourg.

Sheriff D. J. Nesbitt

Judge T. M. Benson

Junior Judge. . . G. M. Roger

Local Master. "

. .

Crown Attorney . W. F. Kerr

Clerk of Peace "

. .

Local Registrar . John T. Field

Co. Court Clerk..

.

COUNTY AND JUDICIAL OFFICIALS.

"

"

Surr. Registrar. .

Reg. of Deeds. . . F. W. Field

Cobourg, W. R.; H. Elliott

Port Hope, E. R. : S. Pollard

Bowmanville, W. R. : A. G.

Willoughby, Colborne, E. R.

ONTARIO.

Whitby.

Sheriff J. F. Paxton

Judge T. A. McGillivray

Junior Judge. . . D. J. Mclntyre

Surrogate Judge .G. Y. Smith

"

Local Master. . .

Crown Attorney . J. E. Farewell

Clerk of Peace "

.

Local Registrar. H. Bascom

Co. Court Clerk "

. .

Surr. Registrar. "

Reg. of Deeds. . .G. W. Dryden

Local M. of Titles (Vacant)

OXFORD.

Woodstock.

Sheriff Wm. McGhee

Judge Alex. Finkle

Local Master. . . W. T. McMullen

Dep'y Registrar

"

Crown Attorney . R. N. Ball

Clerk of Peace. . F. R. Ball

Dep. Clerk Cr'n. James Canfield

Co. Court Clerk.

"

"

Surr. Registrar. .

Reg. of Deeds . . . G. R. Pattullo

PARRY SOUND.

Parry Sound.

Sheriff S. Armmstrong

Judge Patrick McCurry

Local Master.

"

. .

Local M. "

of Titles

Crown Attorney. W. L. Haight

Clerk of Peace

"

. .

Local Registrar . E. Jordan

Dist. Court Clerk

"

Surr. Registrar.

"

Reg. of Deeds. . .C. Gillespie

PEEL.

Brampton.

Sheriff N. Henderson

Judge Duncan McGibbon

"

Local Master. . .

Crown Attorney .W. H. McFadden

Clerk of Peace. .

Local Registrar . J. B. Dixon

"

Co. Court Clerk. .

Surr. Registrar

. .

Reg. of Deeds. . .R. Johnston

PERTH.

Stpatfopd.

Sheriff Thomas Magwood

Judge J. A. Barron

"

Local Master. ...

Crown Attorney . G. G. McPherson

Clerk of Peace

"

. .

Local Registrar. E. Sydney Smith

Co. Court Clerk.

Surr. Registrar.

"

Reg. of Deeds. . . J. Steele, N.R.

H. F. Sharp . . St. Mary's, S.R.

PETERBOROUGH.

Peterborough.

Sheriff James A. Hall

Judge E. C. S. Huycke

Local Master. ... M

Crown Attorney . R. E. Wood

"

Clerk of Peace . .

Local Registrar. Geo- J. Sherry

Co. Court Clerk

"

Surr. Registrar.

Reg. of Deeds. . . B. Morrow

PRESCOTT AND RUSSELL.

L'Opiqnal.

Sheriff Albert Hagar

Judge A. Constantineau

Local Master. . .

Junior Judge. . . A. Johnston

Crown Attorney. John Maxwell

Clerk of Peace.

"

.

Local Registrar . Joseph Belanger

Co. Court Clerk.

"

.

Surr. Registrar.

"

Reg. of Deeds . . . F. "W. Thistlethwaite

Prescott; W. H. Lowrie, Russell'

PRINCE EDWARD.

Picton.

Sheriff James Gibson

Judge Duncan Morrison

Local Master.

"

. .

Crown Attorney .J. Roland Brown

"

Clerk of Peace. .

Local Registrar . N.

Gilbert

Co. Court Clerk

Surr. Registrar.

"

Reg. of Deeds. . .W. Mackenzie

"


Surr

RAINY RIVER.

Fort Frances.

w \ Baker

Pitch

• rnev

. \

D

ir W 1! Elliott

I l.-rk

)

m

W. J.

ofTHtei

Keating

Sheriff

RENFREW.

Pembroke.

Morris

(

Local !

Vacant

"

Junior Judge. . . A. A. Fisher

frown Attorney. J. IT. Rurritt

Clerk of Pea*

"

Local Registrar. H. W. Perrett

:rt Clerk.. M

Burr. Registrar

"

.

Ree. of Deeds. . . R. A. Campbell

SIMCOE.

Barrie.

Sheriff W. McL. Harvey

Judge ( Vacant

Junior Judge... JB. A. Wlsner

. . .L R. Cotter

frown Attorney .

Clerk of P, ;i , M

Local Reeistrar. John McCosh

Co. Court Clerk.

Surr. Reeistrar. E. A. Little

Ree. of Deeds. . .J. F. Palling

STORMONT, DUNDAS AND

GLENGARRY.

Cornwall.

Sheriff W. TL Mack

•Ludpe J. p. O'Reilly

Local Master. "

...

Junior Judtre. . . .Tame'; W. LiddeD

Crown Attornev. James Dingwall

Clerk of Pea<

Local Reeistrar. J. A. McDougald

Co. Court Clerk.

Surr. Registrar.

Ree. of Deeds. . .J. C. Alpuire,

Cornwall, for Stormont; R. J. Dillon

Morrishure. for Dundas: J. Simpson

Alexandria, for Glengarry.

SUDBURY. "

Sudbury.

Sheriff Alex. Trvincr

J.J. Ki hoo

Local Master. . .

Crown Attorney.B

Clerk of Peace . .

Local Registrar • John

Et. IffcR

D. Ship'iev

urt Clerk

Surr. Reeistrar.

"

Rep. of Deeds .

"

M

. S. Pournier

"

THUNDER BAY.

Port Arthur.

Sheriff A. \V. Thompson

Tin eh CLeary

-...

Junior Judge. . John McKay

Crown Attorney. W. F. Langworthy

- *•

Chrk r»f p.

T.oml Registrar. T. 9. T. Smellie

• lerk

Surr. Registrar. .

'

Ree. of

M. Munro

M of Titles

VICTORIA.

Llndsav

John McLennan

O.VTARIO.

Junior Jud •

FT. McMillan

H«r


76

INTESTACY.

The Law of Intestate Succession in Ontario

The law of intestate succession is governed by R.S.O., Chapter

127, Sections 22 to 58, both inclusive, and 10 Edward VII., Chapter

56.

By these Acts all real and personal property vested in any person

without the right of survivorship in any other person, devolves

at his death and becomes vested in his personal representative from

time to time as trustee for the persons by law beneficially entitled,

and subject to the payment of debts or some prior effectual disposition,

the property is administered and distributed in like manner

as personal property is disposed of.

Nothing in these Acts takes away a widow's right to dower; but

a widow may by deed or instrument in writing, attested by at least

one witness elect to take her interest in her husband's undisposed

of real property in lieu of all claim to dower in respect of the real

property of which her husband was at any time seized, or to which,

at the time of his death, he was beneficially entitled; and unless she

so elects she shall not be entitled to share in the undisposed-of

real property. The personal representative of the deceased may by

a notice in writing require her to make her election, and if she

fails to execute and deliver a deed or instrument of election to him

within six months after service of notice she shall be deemed to

have elected to take her dower.

A husband, who, if these Acts had not been passed, would be

entitled to an interest as tenant by the curtesy in real property of

his wife, may by deed or instrument in writing executed, and

attested by at least one witness and delivered to the personal representative,

if any, or if there is none, deposited in the office of the

Surrogate Clerk at Toronto within six months after his wife's death

elect to take such interest in the real and personal property of his

wife as he would have taken had these Acts not been passed, in

which case the husband's interest therein shall be ascertained in

all respects as if these acts had not been passed, and he shall be

entitled to no further interest thereunder.

TABLE SHOWING DESCENT AND DISTRIBUTION OF PROP-

ERTY, REAL AND PERSONAL OF INTESTATES

IN ONTARIO.

I. AN UNMARRIED MAN OR WOMAN.

The property, both real and personal, descends as follows:—

(a) To father, mother, brothers and sisters, in equal portions.

(b) Children of a deceased brother or sister take the share

which the deceased parent would have taken if living.

(c) If no father, mother, brother or sister, then to the next of

kin in equal degree.

II. A WIDOW OR WIDOWER WITH ISSUE.

(a) If he or she leaves only one child everything goes to that

child.

(b) If he or she leaves more than one child, then the estate is

divided equally between such children, and in case there be a

child or children of a deceased child or children, such child or


children of deceased child or children will take in equal portions

the share which the deceased parent would bare takon if lii

(c) if he or the leaves no children living, hut there are children

of any deceased child or children, the issue of the respective

deceased child or children will take them in equal portions

lhare Which would have gone to their parent if living.

III. \ M \KIMI I) M \\ \\ I ISOI I ESS! I

(a) Where the net value of real and personal estate does not

exceed $1,000, it goes to his widow absolutely and exclusively.

(b) Where the net value of the real and personal estate exceeds

$1,000, the widow is entitled to $1,000 part thereof absolutely and

exclusively, and has a charge thereon for such sum at the rate of

4 per cent, per annum from date of death until payment, and she

is also entitled to one half of the residue left after deducting the

said $1,000 and interest, absolutely and exclusively; and the rest

goes to next of kin in equal degree to the intestate; provided, however,

that the widow, may elect whether she will take dower or a

distributive share in her husband's real estate.

IV. A MARRIED WOMAN WITHOUT ISSUE.

One-half of the real and personal estate belongs to her husband

absolutely, and the residue will descend according to rules in Division

I. The husband, however, may elect to take his curtesy in his

wife's real estate instead of his distributive share thereof.

V. A MARRIED MAN WITH ISSUE.

One-third of his real and personal estate will go to his widow

absolutely, and the residue will go to his child, if only one; if

more than one, in equal portions amongst his children, and such

persons as legally represent such children. Provided, however,

that his widow may elect to take her dower instead of a distributive

share in her husband's estate.

VI. A MARRIED WOMAN WITH ISSUE.

Same as descent of property of a married man with issue,

except that the proviso is that the husband may elect to take his

curtesy instead of a distributive share of the real and personal

estate of the intestate.

MISCELLANEOUS.

The principle of Representation is carried throughout the whole

line of direct issue. For instance, if a parent be dead, then the

child or children take the share that would have fallen to the

parent.

If a person die leaving no will and leaving no widow or widower

and no kindred the estate escheats to the Crown.

The debts of a deceased person take priority over everything

and must be paid out of the estate before the heirs can participate.

Kindred of the half blood inherit equally with those of the whole

blood In same degree.

Posthumous children hare the same rights as other children in

the distribution of intestates' estates.

An illegitimate child or relative shall not share under any provisions

of these Acts, and a person born out of matrimony shall not

become legitimate by subsequent marriage of his parents.

77


78 CANADA LEGAL DIRECTORY.

BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS

For alphabetical list of Towns with Barristers, or with reference

to nearest Town with resident Barrister, see page 8 7.

CITl OF TORONTO,

County York.

Note: Number before name is key to agency system, see page 87.

3 Adams, A. A., Canada

Life Bldg.

7 Anderson A McMaster,

936 Keele St. A. J.

Anderson, W. A. Mc-

Master, W. H. Bourdon.

9 Armour & Mickle, Confed.

Life Bldg. E.

Douglas Armour, K.G.,

Henry W. Mickle, A

D. Armour.

12 Armstrong, A. Bosworth,

77 Victoria St.

15 Armstrong, S. A., Asst.

Prov. Secy., Parliament

Bldgs.

18 Arnold! A Qrierson, 103

Bay St. Prank Arnold!,

K.C., D. D. Grierson.

21 Arnott, S. J., 15 Toronto

St.

24 Aylesworth, Wright,

Moss & Thompson,

Traders Bank Bldg.

Sir A. B. Aylesworth,

K.C., H. J. Wright, J.

H. Moss, K.C., C. A.

Moss, J. A. Thompson,

F. Aylesworth, E. R.

Lynch, A. M. Gordon.

28 Balfour A Parker, 157

Bay St. Gordon B.

Balfour, James Parker.

Card, Appendix Page 39.

30 Barton A Cooke, Standard

Bank Bldg. T.

Herbert Barton, J. H.

Cooke.


Card, Appendix Page 39.

33 Bartram, Wadsworth &

Sherry, 157 Bay St. J.

B. Bartram, W. R.

Wadsworth.

36 Bayly, Edward, K.C., Solicitor

to Atty. -General's

Dept.

39 Beaton, A. H., McKinnon

Bldg.

42 Beatty, Blackstock, Fasken,

Cowan A Chadwlck,

Wellington &


Church Streets. Geo.

Tate Blackstock, K.C.,

E. M. Chadwick, K.C.,

Thos. Percy Gait, K.C.,

David Pasken, K.C., M.

K. Cowan, K.C., H.

Armstrong, Alex. Fasken,

Hugh E. Rose, K.C.,

M. Ross Gooderham,

G. H. Sedgewick, G. E.

McCann, A. W. Ross.


45

Card, Appendix Page 39.

Beaty, Snow A Nasmlth,

4 Wellington St. e. A.

J. Russell Snow, K.C.,

C. B. Nasmith.

Card, Appendix Page 39.

48 Beaumont, R. B., 24

Adelaide St. e.

51 Beck, H. T., Confed. Life

Bldg.

57 Bell, George, K.C., 4 Wellington

St. e.

60 Bickford, E. H., 18 Toronto

St.

63 Bicknell, Bain, Strathy &

MacKelcan, Lumsden

Bldg. James Bicknell,

K.C., Alfred Bicknell,

J. W. Bain, K.C., G. B.

Strathy, Fred R. Mac-

Kelcan, M. L. Gordon,

T. W. Lawson, H. C.

Fowler, H. E. McKittrick.

66 Blggar A Burton, 18 Toronto

St. George F.

Burton.

69 Biggs A Biggs, Confed.

Life Bldg. R. A. Biggs.

70 Biggs, S. P., 9 Toronto

St.

72 Blake, Lash, Anglln A

Cassels, Canadian Bank

of Commerce Bldg. S.

H. Blake, K.C., Z. A.

Lash, K.C., W. H.

Blake, K.C., A. W.

Anglin, K.C., T. D.



TORONTO

Law. W« Mil

ler Lash, Olyn Oi

ii Casaels, Geo.

H '

B. S. W vowell.

f. Apfh •?.'>.

73 Bond, Aubrey A., Con-

I. Life Bid*.

75 Boomer, Geo. A., 15 Toronto

St.

78 Boswell, A. R., K.C., Parliament

BMgs.

81 Boulton, C. R., 18 Toronto

St.

87 Bowes, R. H. [Bag. West

Toronto.)

90 Brlggs A Frost, 33 Richmond

St. W. Alfr^.l

W. Brigge, K.G., Harold

R. Frost, LL.B.—

Cord, Appendix Page S9.

93 Bristol A Armour, 43

King St. W. Edmund

Bristol, K.G., M.P.,

Eric N. Armour.


-'. AptM ii'Hj- PtUir 40.

Britton, A. H., Confed.

Life Bldg.

94% Brooke, G. H. C, 346

95

99

100

Jarvis St.

Brown, Edward B., 37

Yonge St.

Brown, Mrrritt A., 17

Chestnut St.

Browning A Archibald,

Lumsden Bldg. A. G.

Browning, K.C.,


80


BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS.

TORONTO—

183 Corley, Wilkie & Duff,

157 Bay St. J. W.

Seymour Corley, K.G.

(City Crown Atty.),

George Wilkie, J. M.

Duff.—

184 Creighton J., 18 Toronto

St.

186 Cromble, Worrell A

Gwynne, 7G Adelaide

St. w. John A. Worrell,

K.C., W. D.

Gwynne (Special Examiner).

189 Crowther, James, 166

Bay St.

192 Curry, O'Connor, Wallace

A Macdonald,

Crown Life Bldg.

James Walter Curry,

* K.C., Thos. J. W.

O'Connor, E. E. Wallace,

Hugh C. Macdonald.

Card, Appendix Page 40.

193 Davidson & Macdonnell,

24 Adelaide e. N. F.

Davidson, K.C.

195 Davis, Bidwell IM., 157

Bay St.

196 Davis & Mehr, Union

Bank Bldg. L. Davis,

S. M. Mehr.

198 Day, Ferguson A O'Sulllvan,

59 Victoria St.

James E. Day, John M.

!

201

Ferguson, Edward V.

O'Sullivan, James M.

Adam.

Card, Appendix Page 40.

Delamere, Reesor A Ross,

18 Toronto St. H. A.

Reesor, C. C. Ross.

204 Denlson, Geo. T., Jr.,

205

Continental Life Bldg.

Card, Appendix Page 41.

Denlson A Foster, Kent

206

Bldg.

son, H.

Denison,

Shirley Deni-

W. A. Foster.

W. W., 41

207

King St. w.

Denovan, A. M., 18 Tor-

210

onto St.

Denovan, Joshua, Home

213

Life Bldg.

Denton, Grover A Field,

20 King Street East.

Frank Denton, K.C,

John I. Grover.


Card, Appendix Page 41.

216 Dewart, Maw & Hodgson,

Crown Life Bldg. H.

H. Dewart, K.C, H. W.

Maw, G. S. Hodgson.

219 Dockray, Thomas D.,

Crown Life Bldg.

221 Douglas A Gibson, Dinpen

Bldg. William

Douglas, R. J. Gibson.

Continued.

225 Douglas, John, 1275

Queen St. w.

228 Douglas, W r

. M., K.C,

Home Life Bldg.

234 Drake, Frank A.

241 Drayton, P. H., K.C, 18

King St. w.

243 Du Vernet, Raymond,

Ross & Ardagh, Temple

Bldg. E. E. A. Du

Vernet, K.C, W. B.

Raymond, D. C. Ross,

B. H. Ardagh.

247 Dymond, A. M., K.C, Law

Clerk of the House,

Parliament Bldgs.

249 East, H. M. ,166 Bay St.

252 Eastwood, John P., 75

Yonge St.

253 Eddls, F. A., City Hall.

255 Edgar, James F., 59

Yonge St.

257 Edmunds, F. B., 1758

Dundas St.

258 Elliott, Chas., 75 Yonge

St.

261 Elliott A Hume, Kent

Bldg. W. J. Elliott,

R. D. Hume.

264 Essery, Basil W., City

Hall.

267 Falrty, Irving, S., City

Hall.

273 Fetherstonhaugh, Fred.

B., K.C, Royal Bank

Bldg.

274 Fitzgerald, E. G., 16

Richmond St. e.

Foley, F. J., Kent Bldg.

283 Foy, Knox A Monahan,

157 Bay St. Hon. J.

J. Foy, K.C (Atty.

Gen. for Ont.) A. E.

Knox, T. Louis Monahan,

E. L. Middleton.

285 Francis A Wardop, 15

Toronto St. A. W.

Francis, K.C, R. Wardrop,

R. H. Paterson.

288 Fraser, R. L., 15 Toronto

St.

290 Freeman A Moss, 157

Bay St. C E. H. Freeman,

T. Moss.

291 Fullerton A Crawford,

Crown Life Bldg.

James S. Fullerton,

K.C, J. P. Crawford,

B.C.L., M.A.

Card, Appendix Page 41.

294 Gallgaher, Ziba, 59 Victoria

St.

297 Gamble, C & H. D., 28

Scott St. H. D. Gamble.

K.C.

300 Gardner, G. M. & Co.,

Manning Chambers. G.

M. Gardner.


TORONTO

303 Gash, Norman B., 43

Vletorfa

Qeary, Q. R., K.C. (Cor-

309

poration Counsel).

Gibson, Goodwin, 44 Adelaide

St, w.

ii. r \ . 43 Adelaide

316 Glllls, Ed., Confed. Life

Bldg.

318 Goodman & Galbraith,

Lumsden Bldg. A. K.

Goodman, D. G. M.

Galbraith.

321 Gordon, W. H. L., Church

& Adelaide Sts.

Gray A Gray, Lumsden

Bldg. G. H. Gray, J. J.

Gray.

327 Greene, C. H., 77 Victoria

St.

330 Gregory & Gooderham,

Canada Life Bldg. W.

D. Gregory, H. F.

Gooderham.

333 Grote, G. W., K.C.

337 Hall, Payne A Macbeth,

157 Bay St. W. Carleill

Hall, LL.B., J.

Webber Payne, J. C.

M. Macbeth. ii.r Page 41.

340 Hall, Win. Myddleton,

Confed. Life Bldg.

3i3 Harman, G. F., K.C, 18

Toronto St.

346 Harris, S. B., 49 King

w.

349 Hassard. A. R., Confed.

Life Bldg.

352 Haverson, James, K.C, 28

WHlinc-ton St. e.

355 Hearn, E. J M K.C, Canada

Life Bldg.

Helghlngton A Macklem,

59 Victoria St. Angus

C Heighington, H. C

Macklem.

Card. Appendix Page 4.

358 Hellmuth, Cattanach A

Meredith, Home Life

Bldg. I. F. Hellmuth,

K.C., E. C. Cattanach,

John R. Meredith.

361 Henderson, Chas., 15

Toronto St.

I | \.le-

iside -t. e.

365 Henderson & McGuire,

Home Life Bide

David Henderson, \v.

H. McGuire.

367 Hpndorsnn A Small, 2«

laide st. e. J. T.

Small. K.C. J W

Carrick.

ONTARIO. M

-Continued.

Heward, \de-

; Heyd

lalde St

A Heyd, r.nner-

Ade-

Iside B1 w. LmuIs f.

Heyd, K.C., Norman G.

M.-Larty,

B.A,, Ironside.

Car


82 BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS.

TORONTO

420 Johns, F.

Dept.,

Bldgs.

V., Prov. Sec.

Parliament

421 Johnston, McKay, Dods

A Grant, Traders Bank

Bldg. E. F. B. Johnston,

K.G., Robert Mc-

Kay, K.G., Andrew

Dods, Gideon Grant,

D. Inglis Grant, G. A.

Urquhart.

Card, Appendix Page 42.

424 Johnston, Wm., City Solicitor,

City Hall.

427 Jones, Charles G. (Solicitor

to Asylums

Dept.), Parliament

Bldgs.

430 Jones, Frederick C. L.,

433

436

439

442

18 Toronto St.

Jones, J. Gordon, 157

Bay St.

Jones


TORONTO •

ullough, .1. W.. 18

McDonald, w. JM 18 T

St.

MoGhie A K lelalde

vv Victoria. J.

li. McGhJ \. J.

Koelor.

i, H. J., Temple

Bid

.:i. S. W., 17

Adrian!.' St. e.

McLaughlin, Johnston A

Moorhead, McKinnmi

Bldg. H. J. McLaughlin,

K.C., H. L. Johnston,

k. I). Moor-

bead.


Card, .!/'/" /- (4.

5 1 1 McLeod,

to the

J. B., Solicitor

Treasury, Parliament

Bldgs.

McMichael, A. F., 18 Tor-

550

553

556

onto St.

McPherson A Co., 16

King St. w. w. D.

McPherson, K.C.

McWhinney, Lennox,

Woods & Brown,

Home Life Bldg. W.

.1. McWhinney, K.C,

E. P. Brown, A. Cohen.

Macdonald, Garvey &

Rowland, 18 Toronto

St. W. H. Garvey, J.

A. Rowland.

Macdonald & Macintosh,

McKinnon Bldg. G. S.

Macdonald, J. A. Macintosh.

551 Macdonald, C. E., Con-

559

fed. Life Bldg.

Macdonald, Donald, Home

560

Life Bldg.

Macdonald, Hugh John,

Gonfed. Life Bldg.

Card, .\\< ndi.r Page 44.

: Macdonald, James A.,

K.C. 7 5 Yonge St.

565 Macdonald, Shepley,

Donald & Mason;

Macdonald, Shepley,

Donald & White, 28

Toronto St. J. H.

G.

K.C., R.

G. Donald, O. w.

il 3. White.

\. Poulds, Jr., W. W.

Davidson, P

ter.—

I. .t/'i" tS.

- Macdonell, McMaster &

•v. Traders Bank

\ McL. '

rtonell,

Mol

Agn< w.

K C .

i) II.

\.

n

King.

C.

Q

VKIO.

mtinued

; Macdonell A 2

donell, d l' ,

Boland.


on-

fed. Life Bl

580 MacGregor. John, 72

Qi n Si

583 MacGregor A MacQrsgor,

Lumsden Bldg. James

Patrick M

M.A., John Patrick

MacGregor (of the

.%• York Bar).

Card, Appendix Page 45.

586 MacKay, W. C, 16 King

589 Mackenzie, E. C, 18 Toronto

>t.

592 Mackenzie, H. Gordon,

157 Bay St.

595 Mackenzie, J. B., 157

Bay St.

598 Macklem, 0. R., 15 Toronto

St.

601 Maclean, Frank W., 24

King St. w.

Canf. Appendix Page 45.

Maclean, N. D., 22

Adelaide St. e.

60i MacMurchy & Spence,

152 Bay St. (C.P.B.

Solicitors), Angus

MacMurchy, K.C, J.

D. SpeUce, C. W.

Livingston, A. G.

Campbell.

608 Macnaughton, A. Cameron,

18-20 King St. w.

Card, Appi ndis Page 46.

610 Malone, Malone & Long,

85 Bay St. K. f.

Malone, K.C, A. L.

Malone, E. G. Long,

Mearns.

613 Martin, Clara Brett.

Bay St.

616 Martin, H. J., Lurnsd^n

B!

619 Martin, S. S., 2 Toronto

622 Masten, Starr, Spence A

Cameron, Canada Life

Bldg. C \

L Starr,

C. Cameron. ('.rant

Com alson.

625 M S., Home Life

B!


— —

84 BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS.

G28 Meek, Edward, K.G., Mail

Bldg.

629 Melghen, R. E., Asst. Sol.

to the Treasury, Parliament

Bldgs.

631 Mercer & Bradford, Manning

Arcade. M. S.

Mercer, S. H. Bradford,

K.C., J. A. Campbell.

634 Merton, H. S., 70 Victoria

St.

637 Millar, Ferguson & Hunter,

55 Yonge St. C.

Millar, W. N. Ferguson,

K.C., A. W. Hunter,

J. T. White, H.

Ferguson.

Card, Appendix Page 46.

639 Miller, Armour A., 152

Bay St.

640 Mills, Raney, Lucas &

Hales, Traders Bank

Bldg. H. E. Irwin,

K.C., Hon. I. B. Lucas,

K.C., W. E. Raney,

K.C., Alex. Mills, G.

G. Mills, James Hales.

Card, Appendix Page 46.

643 Milne, John A., Temple

Bldg.

644 Mitchell, John, Temple

Bldg. (See Cook &

Mitchell).

646 Moberly, T. E., Manning

Chambers.

647 Monro, F. W., Confed.

Life Bldg.

649 Montgomery, Fleury &

Co., Canada Life Bldg.

John D. Montgomery,

W. J. Fleury.

650 Montgomery, R. A., Confed.

Life Bldg.

652 Morden, W. S., K.C.

(Mgr. Guardian Trust

Co. Ltd.), Royal Bank

Bldg.

655 Morlne & Morine, Kent

Bldg. A. N. Morine.

658 Morris & Roach, 10%

Terauley St. Elihu G.

Morris, Guy R.

Roach.

Card, Appendix Page 46.

661 Morris, Wm, Manning

Arcade.

664 Mowat, Langton & Maclennan,

Kent Bldg. T.

Langton, K.C, H. M.

Mowat, K.C, R. J.

Maclennan.

667 Mulock, Milllken, Clark

& Redman. Dominion

Bank Chambers. William

Mulock, Wm. B.

TORONTO—Continued.

Milliken, Herbert A.

Clark, Henry E. Redman,

Harold W. Shapley.—

Card, Appendix Page 46.

673 Nason, Joseph, 157 Bay

St.

674 Nesbitt A. Russell, Crown

Life Bldff.

675 Nesbitt, Wallace, K.C.

(See McCarthy & Co.)

676 Neville, R. S.. 28 Toronto

St.

682 O'Brian, J. B., K.C,

Traders Bank Bldg.

688 O'Brien & Lundy, 18

Toronto St. Henry

O'Brien, K.C, J. Stewart

Lundy.

691 Ogden & Bowlby, 32 Toronto

St. Albert Ogden,

A. T. Bowlby.

694 Owens & Proudfoot, 32

Adelaide St. e. E. W.

J. Owens, K.C, William

A. Proudfoot.

Card, Appendix Page 46.

697 Parker & Clark, Traders

Bank Bldg. W. R.

Percival Parker,

George M. Clark, R.

W. Hart.—

Card, Appendix Page 46.

.700 Parsons, J. Edgar, 18

Toronto St.

703 Pearson, James, Confed.

Life Bldg.

704 Perry, Wm. H., 96 Crawford

St.

706 Phippen, F. H., K.C.

(General Counsel G.N.

R), Gerard Ruel,

Chief Solicitor, 9

Toronto St.

709 Plaxton, G. Gordon, Kent

Bldg.

712 Pope, W. W., 157 Bay


St..

715 Porter, Chas. H., 36 Toronto

St.

719 Poussette, A. P., K.C,

76 Adelaide St. w.

721 Price, Garvey & Co.,

Home Life Bldg. William

H. Price, Charles

M. Garvey.


Card, Appendix Page 47.

722 Proudfoot, Duncan, Grant

& Skeans. Confed. Life

Bldg. Wm. Proudfoot,

K.C, E. J. B.

Duncan, W. H. Grant,

W. A. Skeans, Mel-

ville Grant.

Card, Appendix Paae 47.

725 Reld, A. J., K.C, 9 Toronto

St.


TORONTO

728 Reid, Robert A., Kent

Bid*.

729 Reynolds, B. R., 77 Victori,

t

732 Rlelly, v. D., 1077 Bloor

St. w.

734 RJtohie, Ludwig & Bal-

lantyne. ir>7 Bay St.

! Ritchie, K.C.. M

II. Ludwig, A. W. Ballantyne.

G. F. Ritchie.

735 Ritchie, George, 13 Vicl

St.

737 Roaf, James R., 18 King

St. w.

740 Robertson & Maclennan,

Canada Life Bldg. D.

M. Robertson, J. J.

ennan, J. N. Black.

743 Robertson, J. E., K.C., 18

Toronto St.

746 Roblnette, Godfrey,

Phelan A Henderson,

Bell Telephone Bldg.

T. C. Robmette, K.G.,

J. M. Godfrey, T. X.

Phelan, W. A. Henderson.

747 Robinson, Christopher C,

Manning Chambers.

755 Ross A Holmested, 20

Kin? St. e. James

Leith Ross, Arthur W.

Holmested.


Card. Appendix Poor 47.

758 Rowan, Jones, Sommervllle

A Newman,

761

59 Victoria St. T. A.

Rowan, J. E. Jones,

N. Sommerville, H. A.

Newman.

Rowell, Reid, Wood A

Wright, Canada Life

Bldg. N. W. Rowell,

K

''.., Thos. Reid.

5, -v Wood,

Jr., C. W. Thompson.

E. W. Wright. J. M.

Langstaff.

f7.

764 Royce, Henderson A

Boyd, Traders Bank

Bldg. R. B. Henderson,

Allan H. Roy<

If. Boyd.

Cart], dpi

770 Ryckman, Maclnnes A

Mackenzie, rling

Rank Chambers. E. B.

kman. K.C, I

Maelnnes, K.C, Kenneth

P. Mackenzie,

Itt.


ONTARIO. 8*

Continued.

77J 8aunders, Torranoe A

Kingsmiii, 19 Wellington

St. w. Dyee w.

Saunders, K.C. W. P.

Torrance, Walter B.

Kingsmiii.

Card, A /'/" /"/'.' Page 48.

~7:» Sohoff, Elgin, 729 '.»ueen

779 Scott, H. J., 15 Toronto

St.

782 Scott & Scott, 34 Yonge

St. J. J. Scott, K.C.

785 Segsworth, R. F., 103

Bay St.

788 Shaver, H. Howard, 157

Bay St.

791 Shllton, Wallbrldge A

Co., McKinnon Bldg.

John Shilton, W. H.

\Y;tllbridge.

792 Sllverthorn, T. A., Kent

Bldg.

794 Simpson, J. J. W., Can.

Life Bldg.

796 Sinper, A. A E. P., 133%

Queen St. w.

800 Singer & Singer, Kent

Bldg. Louis M. Singer,

J. Singer.

803 Slattery, T. Frank, 59

Victoria St.

806 8mall, H. C. (Sec'y. Ont.

Ry. Board), Manning

Chambers.

809 Smellie, R. S., 16 King

St. w.

812 Smith, Rae A Greer, 4

Wellington St. e. J.

F. Smith, K.C, G. Larratt

Smith, R. H.

Greer (Crown Atty.,

of York), R. P.

Saunders.

Card. Appendix Page 48.

815 8mlth, C. P., Confed.

Life Bldg.

818 Smith, L. C, 2 Temperance

St.

821 Smith, W. Assheton, Can.

Life Bldg.

824 Smyth, Wm. R., K.C, 70

Victoria St.

827 Smvthe. R. G., 18 Toronto

St.

830'standlsh A Snider, 18

Toronto St. Ira Stand-

Ish, P. c Snider.

833 Stewart, A. If., Home Life

Bid

839 Sweeny, Geo. R., 49

King st. w.

12 Symons, Harry, K.C, 54

.idp St. e.

- 15 Temple, R. H. W., 9 Toronto

St.


86 BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS.

TORONTO

851 Thomson, Tllloy & Johnston,

85 Bay St. D.

E. Thomson, K.C.,

Strachan Johnston,

K.C., W. N. Tilley,

Arthur J. Thomson, R.

H. Parmenter, W. S.

Morlock.


Card, Appendix Page 48.

854 Thomson, T. C, 157 Bay

St.

857 Thurston & Boyd, 23

Toronto St. W. G.

Thurston, K.C., E. W.

Boyd, W. T. Boyd.

860 Tremeear, W. J., 36

Toronto St.

863 Tytler, J.. K.C., 18 Toronto

St.

866 Urquhart, Urquhart A

Page, Confed. Life

Bldg. Daniel Urquhart,

Thomas Urquhart,

II. W. Page.

869 Van der Voort, M. P., 13

Wellington St. e.

872 Vlckers, William W., 77

York St.

873 Waddell, R. Ruddock,

Temple Bldg.


Card, Appendix Page 48.

875 Waldron, Gordon, 18

King St. w.

878 Warren, J. J. (Trust &

Guar. Co. Ltd.).

881 Watson, Smoke, Chlsholm

& Smith, 20 King

St. e. Geo. H. Watson,

K.C., Samuel G.

Smoke, K.G., William

C. Chisholm, K.G., J.

-Continued.

Grayson Smith, Neil

Sinclair, Strafford Wat-

son.


Card, Appendix Page 48.

882 Webb, N. R., 18 Toronto

St.

883 Wegenast, F. W., Traders

Bank Bldg.

884 Welton, H. R., 24 Adelaide

St. e.

887 Werrett, W. A., 77 Victoria

St.

890 Wherry, Robert, Continental

Life Bldg., 157

Bay St.


Card, Appendix Page 49.

893 White, J. P., Church &

Adelaide Sts.

894 Whitehead, W. M., 72

Queen St. w.

896 Whitney, Sir James P.,

K.C., Parliament Bldgs.

897 Wilkins, M., 84 Victoria

St.

898 Wilkinson, W. B., Asst.

Law Clerk of the

House, Parliament

Bldgs.

900 Wray, T. R. J., Bloor &

Dovercourt. ( Heigh -

ington & Co. City

Agents.)

905 Wright, J. A., 17 Adelaide

St. e.

908 Young & McEvoy, Continental

Life Bldg., 157

Bay St. McGregor

Young, K.C., John A.

McEvoy.

Card, Appendix Page 49.


ONTARIO.

BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS

NOTE: Toronto IgenJ If found i>y referring Dumber After name

t.» smut' numlicr in Toronto. (Toronto li placed first in list of

towns).

Where there is no number it indicates that the firm entered as

Agent in the registry hook at Osgoode Hall, is not now in existence,

or that registration has not been made.

acton Co. Halton.

Mackinnon, a. .1., 1 17.

addison, See Brookville.

agincourt, See Toronto.

AILSA CRAIG, k Hill.

ALEXANDRIA — Co. Glenry.

Macdonell A Gostello, 571.

John A. Macdonell, K.G.,

F. T. Gostello.

Munro, Murdoch, 201.

Tiffany, E. H., K.C., 72.

ALLANDALE, See Barrie.

ALLENFORD, See Walkerton.

ALLISTON — Go. Simcoe.

Fisher & Bell, 421. W. G.

Pisher, w. A. J. Bell,

K C.

ALMONTE — Co. Lanark.

I fc. A. M.

Greig, P. \. Greig

Jamieson, Harold. -2 \.

ford, W. H., B8 1

alvinston, See Sarnla.

AMELIASBURG ton

AMHERSTBURG — Co. Essex.

-. Deloa R., K.C.

Davis, P. H. A.. 181.

Hough, P. \ .

ancaster — Co. Wentworth.

Kenrick, Edv

apple hill, See Alexandria.

APPLETON, i, ton

Pi 1

apsley. Lkefleld.

arkona, See v

arnprior Co. Renf)

Bur-.'

Dulmage vt 'Duln

- \ B. Dulra

Grout. T. H.. H

ittery, H

Thompson. .J. F. .

Arthur Co Wellington.

Kearns, J. M., 1

Wilkins, m

ashton, See Carleton

ATHENS Is

Beale, T. R., 022.

atwood, See Listowel.

aurora — Co. York.

Lennox 6 Choppin. T. H.

Lenn Toronto).

Widdifleld, C. W.

AVENING, See Barrie.

AVONMORE, See Cornwall.

AYLMER — Co. Florin.

Barnum, W, H.. 625 .

Haines, \. 1 .. 637.

Miller £ Backus. 664. E.

A. Mill.r. \. H. Backus.

AYR, See Gait.

ayton, See Harriston.

baden, See Hamburg.

bala, See Bracebridge.

balderson, See Perth.

BATH, See Napanee.

BAYSVILLE, See Bracebridge.

BANCROFT — Go. Hastings.

Farnham, \vm., 72.

BARRIE —Go. Simcoe.

Cotter, J. B.

Cowan, Alex., 2 i.

Creswicke A Co., 568. A. E.

II. Creswicke, K.C

McCarthy, Boys A Murchlson,

520. W. A B

K.C. D. C. Miirchison.

M. Stewart.

I \ . 2

I

irt, 24. D.

Q. thy

ten.

£ Est 0. 2 ,

barriefield, See Kingston.

bayfield, S< e

BEACHBURG,

BEAMSVILLE,

Qoderich.

BEAVERTON

Roach, M. 11.

Co

\

Ontario.

.

h

87


88

BEETON, See Tottenham.

BELLE RIVER, See Windsor.

BELLEVILLE— Co. Hastings.

Anderson, P. J. M., 385.

Butler, E. J., 622.

Clute & Shorey, 418. W.

D. M. Shorey.

Card, Appendix Page 28.

Flint, J. J. B., 382.

Forin, P. McL., 135.

Masson, Stewart, KG., 394.

Mikel, W. C, K.C., 24.—

Card, Appendix Page 28.

Northpup & Ponton, 24 and

9. W. B. Northrup,

K.C., M.P., W. N. Ponton,

K.G.

O'Flynn & Diamond, 24. F.

E. O'Flynn, W. J. Diamond.

Porter & Carnew, 93. E.

Guss Porter, K.G.,M.P.,

W. Carnew.

WallbPidge, Fpancls S., 24.

Card, Appendix Page 28.

Wills & Wplght, 42. J. F.

Wills, K.G., Malcom

Wright.


Card, Appendix Page 28.

BELMONT, See London.

BELWOOD, See Guelph.

BERLIN — Co. Waterloo.

Bitzer, Apno L., 421.

Bowlby, D. S.

Bowlby, Ward H., K.C., 243.

Clement & Clement, 758.

E. P. Clement, K.C., E.

W. Clement, W. P. Clement,

B.A., LL.B.

Card, Appendix Page 29.

Cram, W. M., 667.

Millap & Sims, 445. Alexander

Millar, K.C., H. J.

Sims.

Scellen & Weir, 243. J. A.

Scellen, J. J. A. Weir.

BETHANY, See Millbrook.

BLACKSTOCK, See Port Hope.

BLAIRTON, See Havelock.

BLENHEIM — Co. Kent.

Gosnell A Shlllington, 538.

R-. L. Gosnell, P. S. Shillington.

BLEZARD VALLEY, See Sudbury.

BLIND RIVER — Dist. Algoma.

Laidlaw, W. B., 421.

McArthur, G. J., 881.

BLOOMFIELD, See Picton.

BLOOMINGDALE, See Waterloo.

BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS.

BLYTH, See Wingham.

BOBCAYGEON, See Lindsay.

BOLTON—Co. Peel.

Lee & O'Donoghue (See

Toronto).

BONDHEAD, See Barrie.

BONFLELD, See North Bay.

BOTHWELL — Co. Kent.

Hickey, W. R., K.C., 445.

BOWMANVILLE— Co. Durham.

Loscombe & Senkler, 356.

R. R. Loscombe, K.C., E.

S. Senkler.

McLaughlin, A. E., 72.

McLean, Evan H. (See

Newcastle).

Simpson, D. B., K.C., 42.


Card, Appendix Page 29.

BRACEBRIDGE — Dist. Muskoka.

Mahaffy, W. G., 851.

BRADFORD — Co. Simcoe.

Evans, T. W. W., 547.

Scanlon, Mark & A. E., 63.

BRAMPTON — Co. Peel.

Blain, T. J., 120.

Graham, E. G., 565.

Justin, B. F., K.C., 24.

McFadden, W. H., K.C.,

565.

Manning, J. J., 881.

Morphy, W. S., 637.

Pringle, R. H., 565.

BRANCHTON, See Gait.

BRANTFORD — Co. Brant.

BalPd, A. L., K.C., 639.

Bowlbv, J. W., K.C., 664.

Brewster & Heyd, 568. W.

S. Brewster, K.C., G. D.

Heyd.

Charlton, W. M., 881.

Hapley & Sweet, 881. James

Harlev, K.C., Edmund

Sweet, A. M. Harley.

Card, Appendix Page 29.

Hewitt, H. S., 550.

Heyd & Heyd. George St.

(See Toronto).

Holllnpake, W. A., K.C., 39.

McEwen, M. W., 418.

Muir, M. F., K.C., 243.

Read, E. R., 772.

Smith, G. J., 740.

(Indian Agent.)

Tapscott, C. S., 565.

Wade, T. S., 24.

Watts, A. E., K.C., 72.

Wilkes & Henderson, 24.

A. J. Wilkes. K.C., W. T.

Henderson, K.C

Woodyatt, T., 610.

BRECHIN, See Oshawa


eslaw, See Berlin

BRIDGEBURQ— I \\

:t. Q, II.

tan

BRIDQENORTH.

-

Mini

Bridgeport, See Berlin.

BRIDGEN, tit.

bright, See Woodstock.

Brighton — Co. Northumberland.

Drowry, George., i I 8.

brinston, See Iroquois.

BROCKVILLE — Co. Leeds.

Brown, M. M .

Bucll & Parish, 24. W. S.

Buell, Arthur G. Parish.

[pfN ndix Four 89.

Deacon, Charles R., 520.

Deacon, Joseph, K.C., 520.

ser. 0. K., 24 (Local

Registrar).

Fulford, Chas. C, 156.

Hutcheson & Driver, 640.

.Tamos A. Hutcheson,

K.C., R. J. Driver.

Lewis, W. A., 734.

O'Brien, James, 640.

. .!. V. 451.

Stewart, Hugh A., K.C., 243.

BRONTE, See Oakvillo.

BROOKLIN, See Oshawa.

BROWNSVILLE, See Woodstock.

BRUCEFIELD, See Goderich.

BRUCE MINES — Dist. Alna.

i. X. H., 881.

BRUDENELL, See Eganvillc.

BRUSSELS — Co. Huron.

Sinclair, W. M., 520.

BURFORD, See Brantford.

BURGESSVILLE, See Woodok.

BURK'S FALLS— hi>t.

nd.

Mahaffy, w. G. (See Bl

bridge).

BURLINGTON — Co. Halton.

Lount,

E. H. S16.


90



CHATHAM—Continued.

Sayers, G. A., 664.

Scullard, T., 9.

Smith, H. D., 556.

Smith, W. P., 418.

Stanworth, W., 385.

Walker, J. A., K.G., 866.

White, J. W., 565.

Wilson, Pike & Stewart,

243. Matthew Wilson,

K.G., J. M. Pike, K.G., J.

G. Stewart.

Card, Appendix Page 2d.

CHATSWORTH, See Owen

Sound.

CHELMSFORD, See Sudbury.

CHELTENHAM, See Brampton.

CHERRY VALLEY, See Picton.

CHESLEY — Co. Bruce.

Mickle, C. J., 385.

CHESTERVILLE — Co. Dundas.

Lawson & Cass, 556. W. B.

Lawson, K.C., W. J. Cass.

CHIPPAWA, See Welland.

CLAREMONT, See Oshawa.

CLARKSBURG, See Durham.

CLAYTON, See Almonte.

CLIFFORD, See Harriston.

CLINTON — Co. Huron.

Brydone, W., 520.

COBALT — Dist. Nipissing.

Day & Gordon. (Office at

Haileybury.)

MacPhie, W. F., 664.

Mahon, J. W.

Mitchell, George.

Ross, George, 147.

COBDEN, See Pembroke.

COBOCONK, See Woodville.

COBOURG — Co. Northumberland.

Armstrong, A. J., 42.

Card, Appendix Page SO.

Boggs, F. D., K.C., 418.

Field, Frank M., K.C., 93.

Hall, T. F., 622.

Kerr, W. F., 770.

McColl & Keith, 418. J.

B. McColl, J. F. Keith.

Peterson, A. M., 881.

COCHRANE —Dist. Nipissing.

Jones, S. Alfred, K.C.,

Warke, W. H., 445.

697.

BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS.

COLBORNE — Co. Northumberland.

Payne, W. L., K.C., 881.

Webb, Frank L., B.A.,

LL.B., 622.

COLD SPRINGS, See Cobourg.

COLDWATER — Co. Simcoe.

Mulcahy, John T. (See

Orillia)

COLLINGWOOD — Co. Simcoe.

Allan, W. T., 421.

Birnie, J., K.C.

Bruce & Fair, 303. G. W.

Bruce, K.G., B. E. Fair.

Moberly, G., K.G., 688.

Robertson, Henry, K.C, 24.

COMBER, See Windsor.

CONISTON, See Sudbury.

COOKSTOWN, See Barrie.

COOKSVILLE, See Streetsville.

CONESTOGO, See Waterloo.

CONSECON, See Trenton.

COPPER CLIFF, See Sudbury.

CORDOVER, See Havelock.

CORNWALL — Co. Stormont.

Chisholm, John A., 881.--

Danis, Daniel, 556.

Dingwall, James, 664.

Dingwall, Malcom.

Gogo & Harkness, 881. G.

I. Gogo, John G. Harkness.

Maclennan & Cline, 24. D.

B. Maclennan, K.C, C

H. Cline.

Milligan, J. C, 556.

Card, Appendix Page 30.

Primeau, Joseph A., 556.

Smith, A. L., 772.

Smith, Robert, K.C, 24.

Stiles, George A., 565.

COTTAM, See Windsor.

COURTRIGHT, See Sarnia.

CREDITON, See Goderich.

CREEMORE — Co. Simcoe.

Brown, G. E. J., 24.

CRYSLER — Co. Stormont.

Danis, D. (See Cornwall).

DASHWOOD, See Goderich.

DEAN LAKE, See Blind River.

DELAWARE, See London.

DELHI — Co. Norfolk.

Jones, E. C.\ 637.


delta, 20.

Knowles, W. E. S., 63.

I


. .1. w., t:.:>.

•:

'. \ R., K.C., 24.

dungannon, See Ooderich.

DUNNVILLE — Co. Haldimand.

Bradford, r»r$i

muel H. Bradford.

Bradford.

. William

D.. 24.

dunsford, See Woodville.

Durham — Co; Grey,

ford, J. P., U5.

DUTTON — Co. Elgin.

Kirkland, S. C.

Leitob A Co. [See si.

Thomas).

eganville — Co. Renfrew.

Lawson, W., 6*8.

•:. R. A . 496.

ELGIN, See Westport.

ELK LAKE — Hist. Nfptestng.

IfoKee, h. E .

i

elmira, See Waterloo.

elmvale, irrle.

elmwood, See Walkerton,

ELORA C

H,

Wellington.

B81.

EMBRO, See Woodstock.

emo, See Port Prances.

ENGLEHART,

bury.

BeC Bailey-

ENTERPRISE, See Napanee.

.

.

\KI. !»l

erin Co Wi Ington.

McDowell, w

erindale. reetsville.

espanola, Sec Sudbt

ESSEX x.

ddes, r. B

everett, Sec Ban

EXETER — CO. Huron.

Dickson & Carlirur, ISA. L.

h. Dickson, .i. u. Carl-

Ing.

Gladmao 6 Stanbury, 24.

P. W. Qladman, J

Stanbury.

Fairfield,


92

FORT WILLIAM—Continued.

Morton, W. L., 183.

Ross, J. G.

Swinburne, J. E., 6G7.

FOXBORO, See Napanee.

FRANKFORD, See Trenton.

GALT — Go. Waterloo.

Blake, John R., 243.

Dalzell & Barrie, 421. J.

Bell Dalzell, R. Barrie.

Hancock, J. H., 243.

Jamieson, James Muir, 608.

Card, Appendix Page 30.

.Kelleher, G. F.

Secord, M. A., K.C., 565.

GArJANOQUE — Go. Leeds.

Carroll, W. B., K.C., 881.

Jackson, J. Arthur, 135.

GEORGETOWN — Co. Halton.

Campbell, W. A. F., 881.

GLENCAIRN, See Barrie.

GLENCOE — Co. Middlesex.

Elliott & Moss, 7. W. D. '

Moss, J. C. Elliott.

GLEN HURON, See Barrie.

GLEN ROBERTSON, See

Alexandria.

GODERICH — Co. Huron.

Cameron, M. G., K.C., 565.

Danccy, L. E., 721.

Garrow, G., 24.

Johnston, M. 0.

Lewis, E. N., 722. '

Proudfoot, Hays & Killoran,

722. Wm. Proudfoot,

K.G., R. G. Hays, J.

L. Killoran.

Seager, G., 72.

GOLDEN CITY, See Porcupine.

GOLDEN LAKE, See Pembroke.

GORE BAY, Manitoulin Island.

Craig, John H., 550.

McRae, W. F., LL.B., 721.

Murray, A. G., 550.

Titus, F. E., 631.

GORE'S LANDING, See Cobourg.

GORMLEY, See Toronto.

GORRIE, See Goderich.

GOWANSTOWN, See Listowel.

GOWGANDA — Dist. Nipissing.

Williams, H. F., 721.

GRAFTON, See Cobourg.

BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS.

GRAND VALLEY, See Orangeville.

GRANTON, See St. Mary's.

GRAVENHURST— Dist. Muskoka.

Kennedy, W. II., 610.

GREENFIELD, See Alexandria.

GRIMSBY — Go. Lincoln.

Lancaster & Go. (See St.

Catharines).

McConachie, George B.,

198.

GUELPH — Go. Wellington.

Buckingham, W. E., 520.

Cutten, W. H., 421.

Dunbar & Dunbar, 421. C.

L. Dinioar.

Fischer, J. B.

Guthrie, Guthrie & Kerwln,

24. D. Guthrie, K.G.,

Hugh Guthrie, K.C., P.

Kerwin.

Jeffrey, Nlcol, 24.

McKinnon & Howitt, 72. R.

L. McKinnon, J. R. Howitt.—

Macdonald & Drew 553,

A. H. Macdonald, K.G.,

J. J. Drew, K.C.

Maclean, K., 72.

Mowat, J. A., 153.

Peterson, H. W., 385.

Saunders, T. W., 772.

Watt & Watt, 356. J. Walt,

F. Watt.

HAGERSVILLE — Co. Haldimand.

Lindsay, Samuel E., 385.

HAILEYBURY — Dist. Nipissing.

Day & Gordon, 198. Fred A.

Day, W. A. Gordon.

Card, Appendix Page 30.

Elliott, Frederick, 568.

Graham, Kearney & Wright,

42. E. W. Kearney.

Hall, J. McNairn, 421.

McDougall, J. Lorn, 881.

McDougall, J. W., 881.

Slaght, Arthur G., 565.

Ware, G. G. T., 565.

HALIBURTON, See Lindsay.

HAMILTON — Go. Wentworth.

Appelhe, E. F.

Ballard A Morrison. Geo.

Ballard, Wm. Morrison.

Beasley, Alexander C., 216.

Bell & Pringle, 565. Wm.

Bell, K.C, R. A. Pringle,

Chas. S. Bell.

Biggar & Treleaven, 746.

S. D. Biggar, K.G., F.

F. Treleaven.


Hamilton i

Brandon, W M

w .

ontinued,

Bruce,

101.

Bruce & Counsel,

Alexander Bruce,

K l

into


. u

i i. Co ii

Hugh G. NfoKcno

11

Burkholder, >20.

Cahill & Soul r. H

.

Harpentcr,

• '.liislmlni.

Hcnryi

Logie a Mr-

Questen, 201 Jas. Chis-

holm. w. \. Logie, T.

B. McQuesien.

Crerar & Crerar, 2i. T.

ii. Crerar.

Card, Appendix V


94

HUMBERSTONE, See Welland.

HUNTSVILLE — Dist. Muskoka.

Grant, D. M., 35G.

Wilgress, G. S., 51.

ILDERTON, See London.

INDIAN RIVER, See Peterboro.

INGERSOLL — Co. Oxford.

Gibson, J. Garfield, 761.

Hegler, J. C, K.C., 156.

Paterson, J. L., 141.

Walsh, M., K.C., 565.

WelJs, T., K.C., 24.

INGLEWOOD, See Brampton.

INKERMAN, See Winchester.

INNISVILLE, See Perth.

INWOOD, See Sarnia.

IRON LAKE, See Blind River.

IROQUOIS — Go. Dundas.

Davy, G. H.

JANETVILLE, See Port Hope.

JARVIS, See Simcoe.

JASPER, See Brockville.

JOHNSTON, See Prescott.

JORDAN — Co. Lincoln.

Ball, M. A., 9.

KEARNEY, See Parry Sound.

KEENE, See Peterborough.

KEEWATIN, See Kenora.

KELSO MINES, See Porcupine.

KEMPTVILLE — Co. Grenville.

Allan, T. K., 565.

Ferguson, G. H., K.C., 637.

KENILWORTH, See Guelph.

KENORA — Dist. Kenora.

Kinney, J. A., 721.

McLennan, Allan, 622.

MacGillivray, J. F., K.C.,

568.

Machin & Stanton, 228. H.

A. C. Machin, M.P.P., J.

P. Stanton.

KERWOOD, See London.

KILLALOE, See Pembroke.

KINBURN, See Ottawa.

KINCARDINE — Co. Bruce.

McPherson, J. A., 72.

Malcomson, P. A., 722.

Stewart, R. J., 201.

KING — Co. York.

Proudfoot & Co. (See Toronto).

BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS.

KINGSTON — Co. Frontenac.

Cunningham & Mudie, 740.

A. B. Cunningham, W. B.

Mudie.

Givens, D. A., 664.

King A Smythe, 430. Francis

King, M.A., Geo. H.

Smythe, B.A.


Card, Appendix Page 32.

Kirkpatrick, Rogers &

Nickle, 770. W. F.

Nickle, K.C., G. A. Mc-

Millan.

Mclntyre & Mclntyre. John

Mclntyre, K.C., 520.

Macdonnell & Farrell, 664.

G. M. Macdonnell, K.C.,

J. M. Farrell.

Macnee, J. H., 418.

Mundell, Wm., 57.

Rigney, T. J., 571.

Sullivan, W. H.

Walkem & Walkem, 484.

J. B. Walkem, K.C.

Webster, C. R., 451.

Whiting, Jno. L., K.C, 201.

KINGSVILLE — Co. Essex.

Goodeve, G. S., 520.

Smith, W. A., 881.

KINMOUNT, See Lindsay.

KIRKFIELD, See Woodville.

KIRKTON, See St. Mary's.

KOMOKA, See London.

LAKEFIELD — Co. Peterborough.

Langley, O. A., 637.

LAKESIDE, See Woodstock.

LANARK, See Perth.

LANCASTER — Co. Glengarry.

McDonald, John S., 24.

Stewart, Wm., 556.

LANSDOWNE, See Gananoque.

LATCHFORD, See Haileybury.

LAUREL, See Orangeville.

LEAMINGTON — Co. Essex.

Boles, A. T., 385.

Easton, W. T.. 156.

LINDSAY — Co. Victoria.

Devlin, A. P., 356.

Hopkins, Weeks & Hopkins,

24. G. H. Hopkins, K.C,

C. E. Weeks, F. H. Hopkins.

Knight, L. R., 261.

McLaughlin, Peel, Fulton

& Stinson, 538. R. J.

McLaughlin, K.C, J. A.

Peel, A. M. Fulton, T. H.

Stinson.


lindsay Continued

re a Jackson. 88 i . P.

|» Momv, \W\.

.1 .1 (' I

Stewart A O'Connor, 24.

V. O'Con-

I T Stewart,

nor,

Weldon, I. B., 45.

linwood, See Berlin.

LION'S HEAD, Pton.

lisle, See Barrie.

LISTOWEL — Co. Perth.

Bray. G

Hamilton, J. Cecil, B.A., 72.

Morphy, H. B., K.C., 622.

Iiune, .). B.

LITTLE CURRENT — M «ni

toulin island.

Atkinson, G. R., 385.

lombardy, See Smith's

Palls.

LONDON — Co. Middlesex.

Bartlett, P. H., 358.

Bartram, W. G. R., 752.


cm, 'age 33.

Bartram, W. H., 24.

! Bayly, i2. R. A.

• ly.

.!. li \ . 243.

a Weekes, 243.

ii. s. Blackburn, G. N.

Buchner, U. A., I

Chisholm, A. G., 565.

a hi. R. K.. 76i.

ridge,

Betts, K.C., T.

Elliot, H. B., K.C., 761.

K. T., K.C., 297.

Ids,

Fit/-

J. P., 565.

Fitzgerald, 2i.

\v. C. Fitzgerald.

Flock, 637. J. H.

K.C., B. W. M.

Flock.

Fraser A Moore, 385. M.

i). Praser, K.C., J. P.

Moore, K.C.

— —

c,ir,l, Apjh nd

Gibbons, Harper A Gibbons,

v Gibbons,

K.C., P. P. Hai

3. Gibbons.

. Append

Gravdon A Graydon,

\. p, Graydon, A. H. M.

Greeni .

Grin;

iv.

\ .

. I".

II..

li. Ivey, T. o

A Vlnlog, 761. C.

i; JarvlS, J. Vining.

ONTAKK". 96

London Continued,

Jeffery, J. Ed

Johnston, J. n . I

Luscombe, T. n

McDonagh, \i I* . L8J

McEvoy, -I M . LL.B .

McKillop, Murphy A Gunn,

24. B. McKillop, T. J.

Murphy, T. m. Gunn.

Macpherson A Perrin, /» /* 2

.1 Macpherson, I

rin.

Meredith A Fisher,

T. G. Meredith, K.C., B

G. Fisher, w M. C.

Toothe.

Meredith A Meredith, 358.

B. Meredith, K.C., W. R.

Meredith.

Card, •//'/" "'/'.'• /'<

Purdom & Purdom, 737.

T. II. Purdom, A. Purdom.

Scandrett, T. w., 694.

Tennent A Campbell, 505.

D. H. Torment, J. II.

impbeil.

Winnett, J. W. G., 3!

L'orignal — Co. Prescott.

Maxwell, J., !

O'Brinn, C. G., K.C., 2'«.

Proulx, E., 7

LOWVILLE, See Milton.

LUCAN — Co. Middlesex.

Macdiarmid, w., 24.

LUCKNOW, See Kincardino.

lyn, See Brockville.

LYNDEN, See Brantford.

LYNDHURST, See Athens.

MADOC — Co. Hastings.

Cross. Win.. 73'..

Stewart, P. E. K., 791.

MAITLAND, Sre Brockville.

MALLORYTOWN, See Brockville.

malton, See Brampfc

MAPLE — Co. York.

Proudfool 6 Co. (See Toronto).

MARKDALE — Co Of

Luc i

,v If' rii"

Walter D. Henry.

MoCullough, P.

MARKHAM — Co York.

Douglas & Gibson (See

Toronl i

Robinson, W. \ . 469.

Wilson, \. r

MARKSTAY, See Sudbury.

.


96 BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS.

MARMORA — Co. Hastings.

McDonald, A. A.

Wills & Wright (See Belleville).

MARSHVILLE, See Welland.

MASSEY, See Sudbury.

MATHESON, See Cochrane.

MATTAWA, See North Bay.

MAYNOOTH, See Belleville.

MAXVILLE, See Alexandria.

MEADOWVALE, See Streetsville.

MEAFORD — Co. Grey.

Albery, George G., 565.

Wilson, John S., 72.

MERLIN, See Chatham.

MERRICKVILLE — Co. Grenville.

Baker, A. E., 881.

MERRITTON, See St. Catharines.

MICHIPICOTEN, See Saul t

Ste Marie.

MIDDLEVILLE, See Almonte.

MIDLAND — Co. Simcoe.

Bennett, W. H., K.C., 156.

Finlayson, W. A., 243.

Grant, Fred. W., 421.

Storey, D. S., 356.

MILDMAY, See Walkerton.

MILFORD, See Picton.

MILLBANK, See Stratford.

MILLBROOK — Co. Durham.

Smith, A. A., 24.

MBLLEROCHES, See Cornwall.

MILTON — Co. Halton.

Chisholm, Victor, 57.

Dick, W. I., 565.

Elliott, J. W., K.C., 12.

MILVERTON, See Listowel.

MINDEN, See Lindsay.

MITCHELL — Co. Perth.

Thompson, F. H., K.C., 72.

MONKTON, See Mitchell.

MOOSE CREEK, See Cornwall.

MOREWOOD, See Chesterville.

MORRISBURG — Co. Dundas.

Flynn, A., 100.

Hilliard, Irwin, K.C., 565.

Lyle, R. F., 72.

MORTON, See Westport.



MOUNTAIN, See Kemptville.

MOUNT FOREST — Co. Wellington.

Clarke, A. S., 156.

Kilgour, R. 0., 520.

Macgregor, M. 0., 9.

MacMullen, J. A., 568.

Perry, W. C, 63.

MUIRKIRK, See Ridgetown.

NAPANEE — Co. Lennox.

Deroche, H. M., K.C., 24.

English, John, 385.

German, T. B., 421.

Herrington, Warner &

Grange, 622. W. S.

Herrington, K.C., W. A.

Grange.

Madden, J. E., 24.

Preston, D. H., K.C., 565.

Ruttan, G. F.. K.C.. 637.

Wilson, U. M., 356.

Card, Appendix Page 31.

Wilson, W. G., 418.

NEPIGON, See Sault Ste

Marie.

NEWBORO, See Westport.

NEWBURG, See Napanee.

NEWCASTLE — Co. Durham.

McLean, Evan, H., 571.

(See Bowmanville).

NEW DUNDEE, See Berlin.

NEW GERMANY, See Berlin.

NEW HAMBURG—Co. Waterloo.

Gahan, P. A., 568.

NEWINGTON, See Cornwall.

NEW LISKEARD — Dist.

Nipissing.

Hartman & Smiley, 297.

II. Hartman, F. L. Smiley,

Morgan, A. N.

Pumaville, M. F., 421.

NEWMARKET — Co. York.

Lennox & Choppin. H. E.

Choppin (See Toronto).

Robertson, T. J., 24.

Widdifield, W. C, 216.

NEWTON, See Listowel.

NIAGARA FALLS — Co. Welland.

Battle, T. F., 622.

Card, Appendix Page 34.

Fraser, Alex. K.C., 622.

Card, Appendix Page 34.

Fraser, E. S., 622.

Griffiths & Upper, 198. F.

W. Griffiths, Hartley F.

Unper.

Card, Appendix Page 34.

Hill. F. W., 565.

McBurney, T. F., 622.

White D. B., 520.


NIAGARA FALLS SOUTH

mm Palls.

NIAGARA-ON-THE-LAKE

Lincoln,

[ngersoU A Kingstone

Catharim

NORTH BAY Disl. NlplS

Bing.

Brady, Gordon R., 181.

•iii 84.

Browning A Gould, 100 M.

onto).

Rnl


T.

McCurry, James n..

McGaughey, G. A..

i

McKec, t. i:

MeNamara. J.

. I

m .. K.C, 151.

Valln, h. R..

NORTH COBALT, -

bury.

NORTH GOWER, S<

villo.Kcmpt-

NORTH LANCASTER,

kandria.

See

norval, - Lkyflle.

NORWICH — Co. Oxford.

ROW(

NORWOOD il.ivoiock.

OAKVILLE — Co. Halton.

neron, D. 0. (See Tor-

Chii

ODESSA.

oil springs — Co. Lambton.

Towers (See

'i in.

OMEMEE, See LiiKonondaga,

See Brantford.

ORANGEVILLE

in

Htirhson. \. \. 881.

md, John T... 63.

\fcKay, \v. J. L.

McKeown, C. R„ K.C .

Robb 243.

ORILLIA CO. Simroo.

CorhouH.

Evans, F. G.,

Grant, Geo. D., i 15.

1. J. H

Mulcahv, John T., I

- a

Thompson, A. B., i 2 I

Tudhope, Melville B..

orono, See Bowmanvine.

• nITer-

vwo.

orton, See

OSGOODE

OrangevJUe.

STATION, Sec

u|»l\ ill


OTTAWA—Continued.

Henderson, Gordon, 394.

Hogg & Hogg, 279. W. D.

Hogg, K.C., F. D. Hogg.

Honoywell & Caldwell, 24.

F. H. Honeywell, J.

Ernest Caldwell



Judd, J. C.

Kehoe, L. J., 481.

Kirid, Geo. E., K.C., 55G.

Kidd, W. J., K.C., 394.

Labelle, J. P.

Lemieux, Auguste,

Lowis & Smellie,

213.

63. J.

Travers Lewis, K.C..

James Forman Smellie,

Allan C. T. Lewis.

Card, Appendix Page 35.

Lussier, A. E., 565.

McDougal, D. J., 664.

McGlverin, Haydon & Ebbs,

640. H. B. McGiverin,

Andrew Haydon, John P.

Ebbs.

Card, Appendix Page 36.

Mclntyre, A. F., K.C.

McLaurin & Millar, 72.

Geo. McLaurin, LL.B.,

Haldane Millar.

Card, Appendix Page 36.

McVeity, Taylor, 637.

MacCracken, Henderson,

Greene & Herrldge, 664.

John I. MacCracken,

K.C. Geo. F. Henderson,

K. G., Ainslie W. Greene,

W. D. Herridge.

Card, Appendix Page 36.

Macdonnell & Honeywell,

538. George E. Macdonnell,

Albert E. Honeywell.

MaeFarlane. A., 703.

Maclean, Donald Hector,

884.

Card, Appendix Page 36.

Murphy, Fisher A Sherwood,

421. Hon.

Charles Murphy, Harold

Fisher, L. P. Sherwood.

Nellis, Matheson & Thompson,

385. T. F. Nellis, J.

Thompson, K.C.

O'Connor, M. J.

O'Meara, J. J., 24.

Orde, Powell & Lyle, 812.

J. F. Orde, K.C, M. G.

Powell, N. W. Lvle.

Osborne, J. R., 697.

Palmer, W. L.

Pereival, H. A., 565.

Perkins, Fraser & McCormick,

851. W. C. Perkins,

A. W. Fraser, K.C,

Harold D. McCormick.

Pringle & Guthrie, 758.

Olive Pringle, N. C

Guthrie.

BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS.

OTTAWA—Continued.

Pringle, Thompson & Burgess,

772. Robert A.

Pringle, K.C, Andrew T.

Thompson, Thos. A. Bur-

gess.




Card, Appendix Page 36.

Proctor, F. B., 418.

Sims, Richard J., 664.

Sinclair, R. V., K.C., 619.

Card, Appendix Page 36.

Smart, Russel S. (of Fetherstonhaugh

& Smart,

Patent Solicitors). .

Smith & Dunlevie, 201. L.

A. Smith, F. S. S. Dun-

levie.

Card, Appendix Page 37.

Smith, John J., 385.

Smith & Johnston, 622.

Alexander Smith, William

Johnston.

Card, Appendix Page 37.

Vincent & Seguin, 520. J.

U. Vincent, K.C, C A.

Seguin.

Warne & Magee, 851. J.

F. Warne, F. A. Magee.

OTTERVILLE, See Woodstock.

OWEN SOUND — Co. Grey.

Armstrong, John, 24. -

Cameron, Colin S., 520.

Card, Appendix Page 37.

Creasor, A. D., 24.

Evans, R. W., 442.

Horning, J. A., 192.

Kilbourn & Kilbourn, 24. J.

M. Kilbourn, F. H. Kilbourn.

Middlebro & Spereman, 24.

W. S. Middlebro, K.C,

Eugene C Spereman.

Tucker, H. G., 421.

Wright, Telford & McDonald,

565. W. II . Wright,

W. P. Telford, Jr., J. C

McDonald.

Card, Appendix Page 37.

OXFORD, See Kemptville.

PAISLEY, See Walkerton.

PAKENHAM, See Almonte.

PALERMO, See Milton.

PALMERSTON — Co. Wellington.

Munro, W. N., 72.

PARIS — Co. Brant.

Lavton, J. R., 622.

O'Neail, W. J., 198.

Smoke, F., K.C, 622.

PARK HILL — Co. Middlesex.

Goodman, K., K.C, 24.

McTavish, A. D., 24.


PARRY SOUND !

ind.

Height, w i. . Hi

Pirie & Stone, 202. I

Pirie, ii. i-:. Stone,

ell, P. R.. K

w ts,

I

.1 P.,

Pembroke

Burritt, J. H.,

Co.

K

Renfrew.

Irvinj

Metoalf d Metoalf, 72. J.

R. Metoalf.

Reeves, J. H. 2

Supple,

White

J.

&

A.. 169.

Johnson, 568.

ter White, K.C., H. B.

Johnson.

White A Williams.

h. White, K.C.,

121.

W.

W.

H.

Williams, K.G., J. C. L.

White.

PENETANGUISHENE — Co.

Simc

Hewson, W. H., 138.

Thompson, A. B., 138.

PERTH — Co. Lanark.

DSltt, G. A .

2

I

Hall, F. W., 520.—

. Appendix Pc

Malloch, E. G., K.C.,

Matheson & Balderson. 72.

J. m. Balderson, K.G.

8towart & Chadwick, 881.

John A. Stewart, H. A.

Chadwiok.

PETERBOROUGH — Co.

borough.

Bennet & Goodwill,

J. W. Bonnet, J.

Goodwill.

E. L.

I »zias,

72.

Dixon, a. !•:.. 881.

Humble & Johnston, 88. D.

W. Humble, K.C., W. P.

Johnston.

Ion, Q. x.. 83.

a, John, !

Hall, Hayes & Hall, 881. E.

II. D. Hall, L. M. Haves,

K.C., Basil D. Hall.

Hall, Medd dson,

Rail, S. t.

Medd, W. S. Davidson.

Hatton, G. W.,

W. II.. K

O'Connell, Daniel,

Peck, Kerr A McElderry,

520. i .. B. D.

Kerr,

Ruddy

V.

&

J. McElderry.

Burnham,

Robert Ruddy, km:., J.

Burnham.

W !. I',. i.

H.

\KI.». 9%

Petersburg, - .

Berlin.

petewawa, see Pembroke.

petrolia Co. Lambton,

nizen, [., 12 i

Moncrleff A Willson, 881.

Moncrieff, v. w.

Willson.

philipsville, See Broekville.

PICKERING,

PICTON — Co. Princ

ward.

Allison, M. R., 830.

Brown, .1. Roland, 640.

HUbbs, R. H .

Macnee, P. C, 2 i

Walmsley, Thomas, 908.

Wright, John A., 565. ,

Young, E. M., 24.

PLANTAGENET, See Hawkesbury.

PLATTSVILLE, See Woodstork.

POINT EDWARD, See Sarnia.

PONTYPOOL, See Port

Hope.

PORCUPINE — Dist. Nipissing.

Forhos, J. M.

Gauthier, Gordon H., 908.

(Mining K-'corder.)

PORT ARTHUR — Dist.

Thunder Bay.

Cole, A. E. f 243.

Cowan, n. .1., 356.

Keefer, Keefer & Towers,

24. F. H. Keefer, K.C.,

F. H. Keefer, .ir.. N. B.

Towers, E. \i. Powley.

Kenny, M. J.. 2 '..

Langworthy £ MoComber,

F. Lan^worthv,

1 . W.

K.G., A. J. McComber.

McBrady, W ,

McGovera, \rthur L.

Reeve, J., *ii.

Turvillc, W. D. B. f 337.

PORT BURWELL,

Thou

So

PORT CARLING, See Brace-

Dlidge.

PORT COLBORNE — Co.

land.

Kinnear, i.


100 BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS.

PORT ELGIN — Cn. Bruce.

Burgess, W., 72.

Cameron, Colin S. (See

Owen Sound).

PORT ELMSLEY, See Perth.

PORT HOPE — Co. Durham.

Chisholm, D. H., 881.

Smith, Seth S., 779.

Card, Appendix Page 38.

Ward, H. A., K.C., 24.

White, Henry, 565.

PORTLAND, See Athens.

PORT PERRY — Co. Ontario.

Crozier, Jno. W., 243.

Ebbels, H. L., 5G5.

Harris, W. H., 631.

PORT ROBINSON, See Wel-

• land.

PORT ROWAN — Co. Norfolk.

Atkinson, C. F. W., 418.

Buck, C. Stewart.

PORT STANLEY, See St.

Thomas.

PORTSMOUTH, See London.

POWASSAN, See Parry Sound.

PRESCOTT — Co. Grenville.

Dowsley, J. K., K.C., 156.

French, F. J., K.C., 565.

Halpin, P. K., 881.

McCrea, G., 881.

PRESTON — Co. Waterloo.

Banning, C. B., K.C., 243.

PRINCETON, See Woodstock.

RAINY RIVER — Dist. Bainy

Biver.

Bowie, G. S., 881.

RENFREW — Co. Benfrew.

Chown & Geale, 640. S.

T. Chown, John Geale.

McGarry & McVittie, 638.

T. W. McGarry, K.C.,

Chas. McVittie.

Stewart, E. J., 213.

RICHMOND, See Ottawa.

RICHMOND HILL, See Toronto.

RIDGETOWN — Co. Kent.

Mills, Walter, K.C., 72.

Beycraft, L. J., 24.

Watson, 0. K., 520.

RIDGEWAY, See Welland.

RIPLEY, See Kincardine.

ROCKLAND, See Ottawa.

ROCKPORT, See Gananoque.

ROCKWOOD, See Guelph.

.

RODNEY — Co. Elgin.

Farley & Shaw, 243. J. D.

Shaw (See St. Thomas).

ROSEBANK, See Almonte.

ROSENEATH, See Cobourg.

RUSSELL, See Ottawa.

RYDALL BANK, See Bruce

Mines.

ST. CATHARINES — Co. Lincoln.

Brennan, M., 198.

Burson, George B., 764.

Campbell, John S., K.C.,

1 53.

Collier, H. H., K.C., 520.—

Card, Appendix Page 38.

Connor, C. H.

Ingersoll & Kingstone, 851.

J. H. Ingersoll, K.C., A.

C. Kingstone.

Keyes, James A.. 547.

Lancaster, Campbell & Lancaster,

358. E. A. Lancaster,

K.C., James H.

Campbell, E. H. Lancaster.

McCarron, M. J., 481.

Marquis, A. W., 568.

Peterson, George F., 72.

ST. CHARLES, See Sudbury.

ST. CLEMENTS, See Waterloo.

ST. DAVIDS, See St. Catharines.

ST. EUGENE, See Hawkesbury.


ST. GEORGE, See Brantford.

ST. JACOB'S, See Waterloo.

ST. MARYS — Co. Perth.

Ford, Armour W.

Graham, J. W., 42.

Harstone, L., 436.


ST. THOMAS — Co. Elgin.

Brown. E. S.

Cameron, W. K., 202.

Crothers & Price, 547.

W. Crothers, K.C.,

Price.

T.

S.

Davidson, John B., 442.

Doherty, W. B., 24.

Duncan, J. M., 520.

Farlev & Shaw, 24. '

J.

Farley, K.C., (See Bodney)

Glenn, J. M., K.C., 72.

Grant, A., 418.

Ingram, A. A.

Jell. H. F., 860.

Leitch, C, St. Clair, 565.

McConnell, B. H., 373.



st. thomas

Mc< irimmon,

I ontiniK >l

Maxwell, C. F.,

Robertson, J. S.,

Sanders,

Wickett, w i. .

sand point, See Arnprior.

sandwich, Bee Windsor.

sarnia Co. Lambton.

Buoke, .1. iv

Cowan & Towers,

.1. Cowan, K.C., R. I.

Tn\\

Card, A />i» mi

Hanna, LeSueup & Mckinley,

52a. Hon. W. J.

Hanna, K.C., R, V. Le-

Sueur, \. I. McKinley.

in, .i. R., 176.

McMillan, D. S., 183.

Pardee, Burnham & Gurd,

649. P. P. Pardee, K.G.,

V S. Burnham, N. S.

Gurd.

Weir, A., 207.

SAULT STE. MARIE — Dist

una.

Boyce A Hayward, 565.

\. C. Boyce, K.C, o. H.

Ilayv.

Darling, J. LH 520.

Elliot, Andrew, 141.

Hearst, Rowland & Brown,

5. W. H. Hearst, K.C .

P. T. Rowland, w. E.

Brown, W. Q. A I kin.

Irving, J. Ewart, 72.

Card, -l/v" /"/"• l'age 38.

McFadden & McEwen, 881.

M. McFadden, K.C, J.

McEwen.


McFadden, i T ., 881.

M< V., 451.

McPhail, .1. \ . 1 18

Martin, F. J. S., 2i.

O'Flynn & Goodwin,

J. L. O'Flynn, G.

Goodwin.

640.

W.

schomberg, See Tottenham.

Scotland - See

SEAFORTH — Co.

Brentford.

Huron.

t, .1. m.;

Holmsted, F., K.C, 1

Proadfoot & Co. (Sep I

erich.

SEEBRINGVILLE, -

ford.

SELKIRK, See Dunnville.

sellwood, Bee Sudbury.

selwyn, See Lakefleld

SHAKESPEARE,

ford.

8HANNONVILLE,

vllle.

SHARBOT LAKE, -

ton.

SHEDDEN, ,ias.

SHELBURNE Co. DufferiO.

Vai

SILVER CENTRE, See I!

bury.

SIMCOE CO. Norfolk.

Atkinson A Wint<

p.. Atkinson, \. \. Winter.

Curtis, F. E

Innes, H. P., K.C, i, I

Kelly a i' W. E

Kelly, K l

r-N-r.

Reid, P.,

Slaght, Slaght & Agar.

T. R, Slaght, K.C. T. .1.

Agar.

I

SMITH'S FALLS — Co

nrk

Hall & Hunter,

- Iluntor.

5t0. Hugh

Lavell, II. A.. 24.

McEwen, Ji

Sparhan: i. B.

R. Sparham, W. MrCue.

smithville— . Linooln.

Davis, 3

^

SOMBRA, iia.

SOUTH HAMPTON, See Port

Elgin.

SOUTH MOUNTAIN, See

Kemptvllle.

SOUTH PORCUPINE -

Nipissinu.

Cook, J. E. [See Cook

Mitchell, Toronto).

Gauthler, Gordon H.

&

mil- Record*

cupine.

SOUTH RIVER,

Sound.

SPARTA, Thomas.

See Pr

SPENCERVILLE,

eott.

SPRINGFIELD,

Thoo

See

8TAYNER Co. Simcoe.

II i. John, Hi

Sullivan, . 42.

STEELTON— ma.

Hears! v* Co. (See -

:ie).

10]


102 BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS.

STEVENSVILLE, See Welland.

STIRLING — Co. Hastings.

Thrasher, G. G., 520.

STITT8VILLE, See Welland.

STONEY CREEK, See Hamilton.

STOUFFVILLE — Co. York.

McCullough & Button, 523.

James McCullough, F. L.

Button.

Sangster, F. H., 538.

STRATFORD — Co. Perth.

Blowett, F. R., K.C., 520.—

Card, Appendix Page 38.

Harding & Owens, 565. B.

T. Harding, W. G. Owens.

Lawrence, W., 24.

McPherson & Davidson, 72.

G. G. McPherson, K.C.,

J. A. Davidson.

Makins & Gregory, 192.

J. C. Makins, K.C., W.

H. Gregory.

Robertson & Coughlin, 24.

B. S. Bobertson, J. J.

Coughlin.

STRATHROY — Co. Middlesex.

Boss & Bixel, 198. D. C.

Boss, A. W. Bixel.

Traver, Elliott.

STREETSVILLE — Co. Peel.

Roswell, J. W., 388.

STURGEON FALLS — Dist.

Nipissing.

Bradford, Jesse, 631.

Philion, J. A., 90.

SUDBURY — Dist Sudbury.

Buchanan, G. E., 421.

Clary, J. H., 565.

Clement, F. A., 198.

Fowler, Joseph, 761.

Card, Appendix Page 38.

McCrea & Valin, 637. Chas.

McCrea, G. J. Valin.

McKessock & McKessock,

721. B. B. McKessock,

K.C., J. S. McKessock.

Mulligan & Meldrum, 100.

J. A. Mulligan, A. D. Meldrum.

SUTHERLAND, See Oshawa.

SUTTON — Co. York.

Crozier, A., 385.

SYDENHAM, See Kingston.

TAMWORTH, See Napanee.

TARA — Co. Bruce.

Start, C. E., 418.

TAVISTOCK, See Stratford.

TECUMSEH, See Windsor.

TEESWATER, See Walkerton.

TEMAGAMI, See Haileybury.

THAMESFORD, See Ingersoll.

THAMESVILLE — Co. Kent

Coutts, John.

THEDFORD, See Forest.

THESSALON — Dist. Algoma.

Batson, C. A. 445.

Williams, T. E., K.C., 881.

THORNBURY—Co. Grey.

Dyre, T. H., 418.

THORNDALE, See St. Marys.

THORNHILL, See Toronto.

THORNTON, See Forest.

THOROLD Co. Welland.

Casey, F. W., 688.

TILBURY—Co. Kent.

Gundy & Brackin (See

Chatham).

TILLSONBURG — Co. Oxford.

Brown, W. C, 442.

Carruthers, J., 637.

Livingstone, L. B. C, 631.

Sinclair, V. A., 622.

TIMMINS, See Porcupine.

TIVERTON, See Walkerton.

TOLEDO, See Athens.

TOTTENHAM — Co. Simcoe.

Fraser, James, 12.

TRALEE, See Listowel.

TRENTON — Co. Hastings.

Abbott, Archibald, 183.

Forbes, Alex., 156.

O'Rourke, T. A., 481.

Ostrom, G. W., 72.

Young, S. J., 24.

TWEED — Co. Hastings.

Collins, A. B.

Wills & Wright (See Belleville).

UNION, See St. Thomas.

UNIONVILLE — Co. York.

Douglas & Gibson (See

Toronto;.

UXBRIDGE — Co. Ontario.

Ormiston, W. S., 297.

Sharpe & Cooke, 24. Samuel

S. Sharpe, LL.B., H.

P. Cooke.

VANKLEEK HILL — Co.

Prescott.

Hall, W. S., 682.

Maxwell & Labrosse, 565.

J. Maxwell, Baoul Labrosse.


verner, Bee Sudbury

verona, See Kingston.

VICTORIA HARBOUR,

Barrie.

VICTORIA MINES,

bury.

VICTORIA ROAD,

ville.

WALDEMAR, S6€

wales, See Cornwall.

WALKERTON — Co. Bruce.

Ins, \.. '• 1 8

Dixon, Thon

Klein, Otto B„ 628.

Robertson & McNab, 151.

D. Robertson, K.CL A. E,

McNab.

. .1. II.. K.C .

.

72

WALKERVILLE — Co. Essex.

Goburn, J. H., 12.

WALLACEBURQ — Co Kent

Carscallen, \. B., 385.

Praser, J. S., K.c, 770.

MeDougall, A., 688.

WARKWORTH — Co. Northumberland.

Colville & Co. (See Hastings).

Webb, F. L. (See Colborne).

WARREN, See Sudbury.

Warsaw, See Lakefleld.

WATERDOWN, See Hamilton.

WATERFORD, See Windsor.

WATERLOO — Co. Waterloo.

Haight, James C,

McBride, a. B., 568.

watford — Co. Lambton.

Cowan A Towers (See Sarnie

.

Pitsgerald, W, B., 547.

webbwood, See Sudbury.

WELLAND — Co. Welland.

Cow pep, T. D., 2J

German A Morwood, 571

W. m. German, K.C., H

H. Murw

Gross, J. P.,

Macoomb, ft. W., 520.

Pettit, George H., 42.

Raymond A Spencep, £43.

L. C. Raymond, K

Lynn B. Spencer.


Rose, H. A.,

Card, .1 i'i" n'li.r /v

WELLESLEY, See Berlin

WELLINGTON.

WEST LORNE

Martin, G 0,,

Robertson, J

TIlMlH.,

Go.

I

-

!;ig|n.

WESTMEATH, ,,,,!,.

WEST MONTROSE,

Waterloo.

WESTON,

WESTPORT

Bwart, \v. m .

ffltO.

od8.

681.

WEST TORONTO,

onto.

-

wheatley, Bee Chatt

WHITBY rlO.

Christian, \

I'.irvw.-ll. J. |;.. i

Rutledge, Jas.

Smith, G. v..

WIARTON

Masson,

Sound).

CO.

w.

Bruce.

wicklow, See Colbon

WILLIAMSBURG, See M >ni<

burg.

WILLIAMSFORD, -

Sound.

WILLIAMSTOWN— Co. Glengarry.

Watson, G. \.

WINCHESTER —Co. Dundas.

Hart, George C, 788.

WINCHESTER SPRINGS, See

Morrisbu

WINDSOR — I

Baptlet, BaPtlet A Baptlet,

2 i. \. \. Bartlet, A. R.

Bartlet, Walter G. Bart-

let.

Clay. it.. 520.

Davis & II.

Davis,

Bills 6

W E

\. P,

F.llis.

Healy.

228. H. T.

A. St.

Bills.

Fleming A Dpake, 520. O.

i: Plemlng, 'bur

ke.

Kenning A Cleary,

Kenning,

Kerby, F. C

Rodd, Wigle A McHugh,

1

II. Rodd, I

W1 T. Gerald

McHugh.

Sale, J., 370.

Sheppard, M

1 03


.

]04 BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS.

WINQHAM — Co. Huron.

Holmes & Holmes, 389. D.

Holmes, K.G.

Morton, J. A., 385.

Vanstone, R., 722.

WINTERBOURNE, See Waterloo.

WINONA, See Hamilton.

WOLFE ISLAND, See Kingston.

WOODBRIDGE — Co. York.

Proudfoot & Co. (See Toronto).

WOODVILLE — Co. Victoria.

McLaughlin & Go. (See

Lindsay)

WOODSTOCK — Co. Oxford.

Ball, Alfred S., K.C.,

Ball & Ball, 385.

63.

F. B

Ball, K.C., B. N. Ball.

Little, H. A., 176.


WOODSTOCK—Continued.

McDonald, Peter, 18.

McKay & Mahon, 24. S. G.

McKay, K.C., G. F. Mahon.

McMullen, W. T., 228.

Nellis, J. H., 24.

Pearson, F. L., B.A., 881.

Card, Appendix Page 49.

Wallace, J. G., K.C., 734.

West, W. S.

WOODVILLE, See Lindsay.

WOOLER, See Trenton.

WROXETER, See Wingham.

WYOMING, See Petrolia.

YARKER, See Napanee.

YOUNG'S POINT, See Lakefield.

ZURICH, See Goderich.


ONTARIO DIVISION COURTS

AND LIMITS OF THE RESPECTIVE DIVISIONS

The Division Court Calendar! are given f:

i. is possible to obtain them !-• Ag to press.

.1. Bruce Macdonuld, Inspei lor. I\n iiaimnt Kuiidin I

I to the <

LLGOMA— 5 fe a < s ^ ^

1. Smlt Ste. Marie 10.00 a. m. 21 18 18 IS 2J 17 ..

2. Brace Mines 9.00*.m. SI .. .. 25 .. 27 ..

3. Thessalon " 30 . . .. 24 . . 26 ..

A

°*

f Richard's Lending,

\ Hilton " 28

7. Blind River " 29 . . . . 23 . . 2d .

.

.. 16 21 I

In

.. ..31 .. ..

.. .. 3) .. .

1.—Bounded west by Thunder Bay District, 8 5th parallel of

west longitude and east by Barr River, including all the islands in

front.

2.—Bounded west by Barr River and east by the westerly

boundary of the Townships of Thessalon River, Kirkwood, Brldgeland,

Houghton and Otter, and by said boundary line of the last

Ave named townships produced northerly.

3.—Bounded west by the western boundary of the Townships of

Thessalon River, Kirkwood, Bridgeland, Houghton and Otter, and

the boundary line of the last five townsnips produced northerly,

and on the east by

ships of Bright and

a line produced northerly between the town-

Thompson to the northerly boundary of the

District of Algoma, produced northerly.

6.—Consisting of St. Joseph's Island.

7.—To comprise all that part of the District lying east of the

eastern boundary of the Third Division. Including tli • village of

Cntll r and .John's Island.

Z-

BRAXT— ^ & s <

1. Brentford 10.00 a. m 8 :<

1)00 a .... 17 17 17 15 18 27

M .IiirvSitt 7

2. Pari* 0a.m. 6 5 4 4 6 6

j:

. .10.00 a.m. 9 . . 10

7 s

otland 10.00 a.m. 13 .. 19 28 U

4 Bnrford 11.00a.m. 10 .

.

— — < 90 © 55

1 I

16 18 17

19 .. 6

ft 21 7

4 I 8

1.—The City of Brantford and that part of the township of

Brantford not included in the other divisions hereinafter described.

The Townships of Onondaga and Tuscarora and that part of the

Township of Brantford lying south of the main road from Brantford

to Hamilton and east of Fairchild's

8


106 ONTARIO DIVISION COURTS.

2.—The Town of Paris and that part of South Dumfries west

of the line between lots 18 and 19, and ithat part of the first concession

of the Township of Brantford lying west of a continuation

of the last-mentioned line.

3.—The remainder of the Township of South Dumfries and of

the first concession of the Township of Brantford.

4.—The ten northern concessions of the Township of Burford,

and all that part of the 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th concessions of the

Townships of Brantford, west of the line between lots numbers 10

and 11, and that portion of the Kerr tract west of the continuation

of the last-mentioned line.

5.—The Township of Oakland, the four southern concessions of

the Township of Burford and lots numbers 1 to 5, inclusive, in the

ranges east and west of the Mount Pleasant Road, in the Township

of Brantford, adjoining the Township of Oakland.

BRUCE- | &$St&$2Zi8Z&

1. Walkerton 10.00 a.m. 6 6 6 2 6 6

2. Teeswater' 1.00 p.m. 7 . . . . 28

3. Kincardine .10.00 a.m. . . 13 . . 24 . . 20

4. Paisley 8 .. 13 .. 7

. 8 5. Port Elgin 9 . . 14 .

i Tiverton

6.

\ Underwood 10

25

7. Tara : 15 .. 19 .. 13

8. Wiarton 16 . . 20 . . 14

9.

10.

11.

Ripley

Lion's Head

Lucknow

17

12

11

. .

..

23

22

. .

15

..

19

18

12. Cheslev 14 . . 18 . . 12

1.—The Town of Walkerton and the Township of Carrick and

the Township of Brant, south of the 12th concession, in the lots up

to No. 26, and south of the 10th concession, in lots 26 to 34,

inclusive.

2.—The Village of Teeswater, the Townships of Culross and

Greenock south of the 12th concession.

3.—The Town of Kincardine, the Township of Kincardine, lying

south of the 10th concession.

4.—The Village of Paisley, and that part of the Township of

Brant lying north of 11th concession and west of lot 26. That part

of Greenock lying north of concession 11; lots 26 to 35, inclusive,

in the 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th, 13th and 14th concessions of the

Township of Bruce; and Saugeen, east of a line between lots 2 8

and 29, and south of the proportion of the town line between Arran

and Elderslie to the Saugeen River. All Elderslie lying west of

the 2 5th side line and south of the 12th concession. And also that

part lying north of concession 11 and west of lot 17.

5.—All of the Township of Amabel lying north of the 10th

concession, Port Elgin and Southampton, and all Saugeen not in

No. 4, and Arran, west of the line between lots 10 and 11, north of

Arran Lake and its outlet, and Amabel, south of concession 11,

and west of concession C, and concessions 8, 9 and 10.

6.—The Village of Tiverton and all the Township of Bruce,

except that part included in No. 4, and all Kincardine north of the

9th concession.

'.



ON PABM W 107

7.—Tara and all Arran. not in No. •">. and all BldsTSlA

.1 1 12. and AniaiM-i. south of th.- Mh concession and east of

ession lettered c.

8. The Tov m. the Township of Albemarle and that

il.H not in N'os. 5 and 7.

9.—The Township of Huron.

io.—The Townships of Bsstnor, Lindsay, and

11.— Lucknow and the Township of Kinloss.

Bt Edmunds.

12. Chesley and those parts of Brant and Bldsrslls not in-

Olndsd in KOB. 1, 1 and 7.

CARLBTON— 3 g S * 3 3 3 J £ £

27 M 28

.a a, Regular List. ... 10.00 a :

Adjourn L0. 00 a.m. 27 24 31

Judgment Sam'a 2.00p.m. 27 2\ SI 27 21 15

2. Richmond L0.00a.rn. 7.. 4.. ft.. 8.. 9.. 4..

3. Carp.. .

10

. . 10

00 S.EB. " .

1.80 p.m. If, .... 10 .... 10 ..

Ki.00 a.m. '2A 22 IS

00 a in 6 .

. . . 6 .... 1

10 - 5 .. 7 .. 2 .. 3 . 6

1

2

. .

.. .

1.— Comprising all the City of Ottawa and the Township of

Gloucester, to lot L5, inclusive, liiueau Front, and concessions

»;. inclusi ront and the islands in the Ottawa River

opposite thereto.

The Township of Goulbourne, the 8th, 9th and 10th concessions

of the Township of Marlborough, all the Township of

Nepean south of the river Goodwood, and the 4th, 5th and Gth

concessions thereof north of the same river to the boundary line

between lots 20 and 2 1 in the last mentioned concession.

3.—The Township of Huntley and the To .except

lots 1 to 5, inclusive, in concessions 1, 2, 3 and 4 thereof.

4.—The Townships of Fitzroy and Torbolton.

..

.nship of North Gower, Long Island in the Rideau

1 1st, 2nd, 3rd. 1th. 5th, 8th and 7th concessions of I

borough.

The Township of Osgoode, the 6th, 7th and 8th concessions

ront. and from lots 16 to 30, inclusive of the Rideau

:it of the i icester.

. nship

of Xepoai City of Ottawa, and

ownship lying south of the River Goodwood and

concessions 4, 5 at; h of the oodwood to the boundary

line hot wren lots 20 and 21 in the said last mentioned concesincluding

lots 1 to a, inclusive, in concessions 1.

t. in the Township of March.

i i i 1 1

1 \ — .

~

1116 3s I

< -i z 'S. ~

:

\ Hon M :- i :

l

rand Valh | ft 1 ; a

II

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108 ONTARIO DIVISION COURTS.

1 The Town of Orangeville, the Township of East Garafraxa

and all that portion of the Township of Amaranth lying south of

the southern boundary of lot No. 26, in each concession in the

Township of Amaranth.

2.—The Village of Shelburne, the Township of Melancthon, and

all that portion of the Township of Amaranth lying north of the

southern boundary of lot number 2 6, in each concession of the

Township of Amaranth.

3.—The Township of Mulmur.

4.—The Township of Mono.

5.—The Township of East Luther.

ELGIN—

1. 1st Div. Court, Aylmer .

9.00 a.m.

2. 2nd Div.Co' it, St. Thomas 10.00a.m.

3. 3rd Div.Co'rt, St.Thomas 10.00 a.m.

4. 4th Div. Court, Dutlon. . . 9.00 a.m.

~ ^ *->

>-, >

Calendar not compiled by Jan. 1.5th.

1.—The Townships of Bayham, Malahide and South Dorchester.

2.—The Townships of Southwold and Yarmouth (except the

City of St Thomas).

3.—The City of St. Thomas.

ESSEX

4.—The Townships of Aldborough and Dunwich.

h fe S

1. Sandwich 17

2. Amherstburg 15

3. Kingsville 22

4. Harrow 21

5 . Leamington 23

6. Belle River 13

7 . Windsor i6 20 20 24

8. Essex 14 .. 18 ..

9. Comber 24 .. 28 ..

10, Pelee Island

o

>' si)


ONTARIO IM\ 109

Windsor, tht Town of WalkenrlUa, and all of

LSI north

8.—The Town of

of the Talbot

Essex, and all

Btreel

of the

range.

Township


HO ONTARIO DIVISION COURTS.

concessions 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 and 15 thereof. That

part of the Township of Normanby lying east of the line between

lots 20 and 21, in the 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th,

13th, 14th, 15th, 16th, 17th, and 18th concessions, and all of the

Township of Glenelg, excepting that portion lying east of the line

between lots 10 and 11 in the 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th, 13th.

14th, and 15th concessions thereof.

3.—The Town of Meaford, the Township of St. Vincent, and

that part of the Township of Euphrasia, lying west of the line

between the 6th and 7th concessions, and north of the line between

lots 15 and 16.

4.—The Township of Collingwood and the east half of the

Township of Euphrasia, excepting that part thereof lying between

the 4th and 5th concessions and south of the lots between 12 and

13, and east half of the Township of Osprey.

5.—The Township of Proton, the west half of the Township of

Osprey, and those parts of the Township of Artemesia consisting of

the ranges of lots lying parallel to the Toronto and Sydenham Road,

and south of the line between lots 130 and 131, and concessions 1,

2 and 3, south of the Durham Road, and .1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 north

of the said Durham Road, and those portions of concessions 7, 8

and 9 lying east of the ranges of lots parallel with the Toronto and

Sydenham Road, and those portions of concessions 10, 11, 12, 13

and 14 lying east of the line between lots 30 and 31.

6.—The Township of Sullivan and the Township of Holland,

excepting those portions of concessions 9, 10, 11 and 12 lying

south of the line between lots 15 and 16, and those portions of

concessions 7 and 8 west of the ranges of lots lying parallel with the

Toronto and Sydenham Road, and the ranges of lots lying parallel

with the Toronto and Sydenham Road and south of the line between

lots 50 and 51.

7.—All the lots from 1 to 30, inclusive, in the three concessions

south and in the three concessions north of the Durham Road in the

said Township of Bentinck, and all the lots from 1 to 15, inclusive,

in the 12th concession, from the 4th to the 15th concessions, inclusive,

of the said Township of Bentinck, and all the lots from 1 to

20, inclusive, in all the concessions from 4 to 18, inclusive, in the

Township of Normanby aforesaid.

8.—All the lots from 51 to 130, inclusive, in all the concessions

parallel to and being northeast and southwest of the Toronto and

Sydenham road, in the Townships of Artemesia, Glenelg and Holland

aforesaid; all lots to the westward of the dividing line between

lots 30 and 31, in all the concessions from 10 to 14, inclusive, and

all the lots from 1 to 5 in the 7th, 8th and 9th concessions, inclusive,

which lie to the southwest of the third concession, southwest

of the said Toronto and Sydenham road, in the said Township of

Artemesia; all the lots from 1 to 15, inclusive, in concessions 5 and

6, and all the lots from 1 to 15, inclusive, in the concessions from 7

to 12, inclusive, in the Township of Euphrasia; all lots south of the

allowance for road between lots 15 and 16, in the 9th, 10th, 11th

and 12th concessions, and from lots 25 to 30, inclusive, on the 7th

concession, and lots 2 8, 29 and 30 in the 8th concession of the said

Township of Holland; and all the lots lying east of the allowance

for road between lots 10 and 11 in all the concessions from 7 to 15,

inclusive, in the Township of Glenelg.



Ill

.

HU.MMXM)-

4

S

_

t % >?%>>*> ±

tZ&i&lk

l Caledonia B 10 i m. L0 .. II ..

& Dunnrille

10 OQ a.m.

LO 00 1 m.

7

16

. I 6 B 4 ..

. . 13 16 17 .

.

.

I

I a.m. S . ;, . 7 9

Hagersville

1 antield

10 a.m.

|n no a. in.

.. 8 .

17.11

:

16 . .

t

18 . .

>;

12 . . 14 .

1.— Coin prisi ng |

except the first and

ions, the x"oung Tract, and the property of the late

urd Martin and the late Robert Weir; ail or the Township of

Oneldi the hist orth of the Cayuga lii >ennis

and the lots southerly of the said tract, and the Village of

Ionia,

iprising the Township of North Cs portion

thereof lying northeast of the side line between lots 12 and l ?,

and 1st and 2nd concessions of the Township of Seneca, except that

n thereof lying northeast of the said line between lots 12 and

onng tract, and the lands of the late Robert Weir and

rd Martin. Ksquires. in the said Township of Seneca, the first

range of Oneida north of the Cayuga line, also the Dennis tract and

lots lying south, and the Townships of Rainham and South

uga.

Comprising the Townships of Moulton, Sherbrooke and

3.

Dunn, and the Town of Dunnville.

4.— Comprising the Township of

ersville.

Walpole and the Village of

5.—Comprising I

ship of Canboro', that portion of North

be side line between lots 12 and 13, and those

parts ssions of the Township of Seneca

; theast of the side line between lots 12 and 13.

HU.mmoN- \ g ~ ? ~ | g

i'i;n\|s|o\\i, CO. OF - - ; r x. • *

10.00 a.m.

ibarton.. 10.00 a.m.

derbam 9.00 a.m.

9 00 a.m.

Dorset 10.00a.m.

(Annexed to Victoria for Judicial Purposes.)

- j >

1.—The Townships of Glamorgan and Snowden, except that portion

of both Included In the third division, and all of the Township

oi Snowden, Lutterworth, Minden, Anson, Stanhope. Hindon.

2.—The Townships of Dysart, Guilford, Harburn, Dud:

court and Hruton, and that portion of Monmouth not included in

the third division.

3.—All the rest of the territory comprisi: ship of Monmouth

(except lots 1 and 19, Inclusive), in the 13th. 14th.

16th ami 17th concessions; the south twelve concessions of the

Township of Glamorgan, and from lot 21. inclusive, to the eastern

boundary in the south six concessions of Snowd

4.—The Townships of Shelburne, McClintock. Livingstone,

Lawrence, Nightingale, Havelock, Eyre and Clyde.


112 ONTARIO DIVISION COURTS.

HALTON—

1. Milton 10.30a.m.

2. Oakville 12.30p.m.

3. Georgetown 10 00 a.m.

4. Acton 10.15 a.m.

5. Campbellville 10.00a.m.

6. Burlington 11.00 a.m.

ft o a>

. 12 .


ONTARIO DIVISION COUR1 .

I I .i

and that pari 0( the Township of Huntingdon south of the Btb con-

I i; also D the 8th and

township of Sidney heretofore forming part

Of the 2nd division Ith all that portion of the Township

Iney lying north of the rth concession, end ns of each of the said townships.

7.—The Village of Deseronto.

9.—The Town of Trenton, and all that part of the Township

of Sidney which lies to the west of lot 7 in each of the concessions

of the township, Including Mill Island. Also all of said Township

of Sidney lying south of the 8th concession and west of the

line between 18 and 19, and east of the line between lots 6 and 7.

10.—The Township of Marmora, that part of the Township of

Lake lying south of lot 22 in all the concessions thereof, and all

that part of the Towship of Rawdon which lies north of the 8th

concession thereof.

11.—The Townships of Herschell, Monteagle, Carlow, Bangor,

Wieklow and MeClure.

-The Townships of Faraday, Dungannon and Mayo, and the

Village of Bancroft.

HI BON— 4 1 | % £ = | I | I

I

.

I. Goderich 10.00a.m. S 1 1 1 1 2 7 . 8 1

rth 9 on a m. 27 .. 18 .. 20 .. 8 .. 8

Clint..,, . 00a.m. 29 .

. 20 22 . . in .

4 : in. 15 .. 12

. 7 .. 3 .. 17 ..

:n .. 5 .... 13 9 ..

Dungannon 10.00 am. . . n .

. . .

Bayfield 10.00 a in. .. 13

27

.... 29 26 .

9 00 a.m. 16 . . 13 . . 8 .. 4 . . 18 ..

9.

10.

G

Zurich .

on • a.m.

in OOa.m

14 ... 11 .. 6

12

. . 2 . . 16

8

. .

..

11 . Crediton

U

10.00 am 14 10 ..

Blyth 9.00. a.m 15 22

1.—Comprising the Town of Goderich, that part of the Township

of Goderich to the north of the Cut Line and the Huron Road until

the same meets the road allowance between the 13th and 14th

concessions, then back along the Huron Road to its juntion with

the Cut Line, then west by the road allowance between concessions

11 and 12 to the Kiver .Maitland, then along the River Maitland to

Goderich, together with the Township of Colborne.

2.—Comprising the Township of McKillop, the Town of Seaforth,

and all that portion of the Township of Tuckersmith not

jded in the third division.

3.—Comprising all that portion of t nship of Hullett

south of the blind line between the 7th and 8th concessions of the

Township of Hullett, that part of the Township of Goderich not

included in Nos. 1 and 7, 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th concessions. Township

of Stanley, 1st and 2nd concessions, Township of Tuckersmith,

J., north of lot 15, and that portion west of sido road between

lots 25 and 26, H.R.S., and Town of Clinton.

.

.

fe


1 1 4 ONTARIO DIVISION COURTS.

4.—Comprising the Township of Grey, all of the Township of

Morris east of the side road between lots Nos. 10 and 11 (which is

not included in No. 12), and the Village of Brussels.

5.—Comprising the Township of Usborne and the Village of

Exeter.

6.—Comprising the Townships of Ashfield and all West

Wawanosh, except that portion east of Maitland River.

7.—Comprising the Township of Goderich, south of Cut Line

and Huron Road until the same joins the road between the 12th

and 14th concessions of the Township of Goderich; thence along

the said concessions until the same joins the River Bayfield, all

Stanley not included in No. 3, and the Village of Bayfield.

8.—Comprising the Village of Wingham, the Township of Turnbury

v all that part of East Wawanosh not included in No. 12, and

all of the Township of Morris not included in Nos. 4 and 12.

9.—Comprising the Township of Howick and the Village of

Wroxeter,

10.—Comprising the Township of Hay.

11.—Comprising the Township of Stephen.

12.—Commencing at the northeast angle of the Township of

Hullett, thence southerly along the easterly boundary of the said

Township of Hullett to the Blind line between the 7th and 8th concessions

of said township, thence westerly along said line to the

western boundary of the township, thence northerly along the

westerly boundary of the township to the Maitland River at the

southeastern corner of the Maitland Block, thence along the said

river northerly till the western boundary of East Wawanosh is

reached, thence northerly along said westerly boundary to the road

running between the 6th and 7th concessions of said Township of

East Wawanosh, thence easterly along said road to the easterly

limit of said township, thence northerly along the gravel road to

the road running between the 5th and 6th concessions of the Township

of Morris, thence easterly along said, road to the line between

lots 10 and 11, thence southerly along said line between the 6th

and 7th concessions, thence easterly along said line to the line

between lots 15 and 19, thence southerly to the boundary line

between the Townships of Morris and Hullett, thence easterly to

the place of beginning, including the Village of Blyth.

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7.—The Seventh Division to consist of that part of Tilbury East

south of the -rd concession, the Township of Romney, and that

part of the Township of Raleigh south of tin- 8th and 7th ion, ession

line and west of the side road lots 12 and 13 in the said

township, and the road through lot 147 on Talbot Road.

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116 ONTARIO DIVISION COURTS.

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12.—To consist of the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th concessions and

broken front of the Township of Yonge; the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th

and 6th concessions and broken front of the Township of Escott,

and the allowances for roads embraced therein.

The said 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 12th divisions shall respectively embrace

and comprehend within their lines those portions of the River

St. Lawrence and islands therein, within the exterior lines of which

such portions of said river and islands would lie and be, if such

exterior side lines were produced and extended in that direction

to the utmost limits of the Province.


120 ONTARIO DIVISION COURTS.

1.—That part of the City of London lying to the west of Maitland

Street, with that portion of the Township of London lying

south of the line between the 4th and 5th concessions and west of

the said street, produced notherly on a line in the same direction

to the line between the said 4th and 5th concessions, and with that

portion of the Township of Westminster lying west of the main road

leading south from Clark's Bridge, across the Thames, south to the

line between the 1st and 2nd concessions and westerly to the line

between lots 4 2 and 43, and extending northerly to the River

Thames, and also including the Village of London West.

2.—The Villages of Parkhill and Ailsa Craig, the Townships of

East Williams and West Williams, and that portion of the Township

of Lobo lying north of the line between the 11th and 12th concessions,

and east of the lines between lots Nos. 12 and 13.

3.—The Townships of McGillivray and Biddulph and the Village

of Lucan.

4.—The Township of Delaware, with that portion of the Township

of Westminster west of the line between lots 30 and 31 in the

2nd concession, then southerly on the line between lots 2 and 21

to the southerly limit of the township, including all west of said

line, and also including all that portion of the front of said Township

of Westminster lying west of the line between lots Nos. 42 and

43, not included in the first division, with that portion of the Township

of Caradoc lying south of the line between the 5th and 6th

concessions to the River Thames, and with that portion of the

Township of Lobo lying south of the line between the 6th and 7th

concessions, to the River Thames.

5.—The Township of Ekfrid and Mosa, including the Villages

of Wardsville, Newbury and Glencoe.

6.—Townships of Adelaide and Metcalfe, the Town of Strathroy,

with that portion of the Township of Caradoc lying north of

the line between the 3rd and 4th concessions, with that portion of

the Township of Lobo which lies north of the 6th concession and

west of the line between lots 12 and 13 of the said township.

7.—The Township of North Dorchester north and south of the

River Thames, that portion of the Township of West Nissouri which

lies south of the line between lots 14 and 15, and with that- portion

of the Township of Westminster lying south of the line between

the 1st and 2nd concessions and east of the line between lots 30

and 31 in the 2nd concession, and thence east of the line between

lots 20 and 21, continued south to the southerly limit of the said

Township of Westminster.

8.—All that portion of the Township of London which lies north

of the line between the 4th and 5th concessions, that portion of the

Township of Lobo which lies north of the line between the 6th and

7th concessions, and east of the line between lots 12 and 13 to the

line between the 11th and 12th concessions, and! with all that portion

of the Township of West Nissouri which lies north of the line

between lots 14 and 15.

9.—All that part of the City of London lying east of Maitland

Street; that part of the Township of London lying north of the line

between the 4th and 5th concessions and east of the said street,

produced notherly or in a line in the same direction to the line

between the said 4th and 5th concessions, and that part of the

Township of Westminster lying north of the line between the 1st

and 2nd concessions, and east of the main road leading south from

Clarke's Bridge across the Thames.


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122 ONTARIO DIVISION COURTS.

River, thence along the Ottawa River to the north-east angle of

the Township of Wyse, thence along the line marking the northern

boundary of the said Township of Wyse, produced westerly to the

eastern boundary of the First Division.thence south along the eastern

boundary of the First Division to the southern boundary of the

District. Sittings of the Court, North Bay.

4.—To be composed of so much of the District as lies south of

the southern boundary of the Townships of Langmuir, Blackstock.

and Timmins, produced easterly to a point which shall meet the

line between the Townships of Eby and Otto, produced northerly

and west of the line between the Townships of Eby and Otto, produced

north to a point where the line of production of the south

boundary of the Townships of Langmuir, Blackstock and Timmins,

and produced southerly to the northern boundary of the Township

of Hobbs. Sittings of the Court, Elk Lake City.

5.—To be composed of the Townships of Bonfield and Boulter.

Sittings of the Court, Town of Bonfield.

6.—To be composed of that part of the District that lies north

of the northern boundary of the Townships of Cane, Henwood,

Kerns, Harley, and Casey, and east of the boundary line between

the Townships of Tudhope and Bryce, produced northerly to the

production easterly of the southerly boundary of the Township of

Timmins. Sittings of the Court, Englehart.

7.—To be composed of that portion of the District lying south

of the northerly boundary of the Townships of Klock, Barr, Firstbrook,

and Bucke, and east of the line between the Townships of

Van Nostrand and Klock, produced southerly to the northern boundary

of the Township of Hobbs. Sittings of the Court, Haileybury

and Cobalt, alternately.

8.—To be composed of that portion of the District lying north

of the southerly boundary of the Townships of Langmuir, Blackstock

and Timmins, and produced easterly to the eastern boundary

of the District. Sittings of the Court, Cochrane.

9.—To be composed of the Townships of Cane, Henwood, Kerns,

Harley, Casey, Auld, Lundy, Hudson, Dymond, Harris, and the Town

of New Liskeard. Sittings of the Court, New Liskeard.

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7. The Township r Houghton.

s. The Village of Port Dover, and that part of the Township

of Woodhouse not Included In Division i. viz.: all that part of the

1st. find and 8rd conceesioni Lying east of the side lines between

ml that part of the 4th, 5th and 6th concessions lying

east of the said line, between lots L2 and 19 in said township.

NORTHUMBERLAND AND

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1.—Townships of Cartwright and Darlington and the Town of

Bowmanville.

2.—Township of Clarke and Village of Newcastle.

3.—Township of Hope and Town of Port Hope.

4.—Townships of Cavan, Manvers, South Monaghan and Village

Ubrook.

5.—Township of Hamilton and Town of Cobourg.

6.—Townships of Haldimand and Alnwick.

7.—Township of Cramahe and Village of Colborne.

8.—Township of Brighton and Village of Brighton.

9.—Township of Percy and Village of Hastings.

10.—Township of Murray.

11.—Township of Seymour and Village of Campbellford.

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3.—Th< hips of Humphrey, Christie, Monteith and

4.— Township* f M< Munich, Perry and Armour, Proudfoot

and Bethv

5.—Townships of S pence, Chapman. Ryerson and Lount.

6.—That territory hounded on the west by the western boundaries

of the Townships of Pringle and Patterson, and the western

boundary of the Township of Patterson, produced to the French

Rirer and Lake Nipissing; on the east by the boundary of the

District of Tarry Sound, and on the south by the southern bound-

BS of the Townships of Himsworth, Gurd and Pringle.

7.—The Townships of Machar, Laurier, Strong and Joly.

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iviile 9 .. 13 .. 8 .. 10 .. 11 .. 13 ..

\iton 23 .. 27 .. 27 ..

Ion 22 .. 24 .. 25

4. BoltOO 1(5 .. 20 .. 16 .. 17 .. 18 .. 20 ..

1.—Township of Brampton, Township of Chinguacousy, and

northern division of the Township of Toronto Gore.

2.—Village of Streetsville, Township of Toronto and southern

division of the Township of Toronto Gore.

3.—Township of Caledon.

4.—Village of Bolton, Township of Albion.

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I 2:0 ONTARIO DIVISION COURTS.

4.—To consist of that part of the Township of North Easthope

east of the line between lots 25 and 26, and the north of the 8th

concession, inclusive, with the 9th and 10th concessions; all that

part of the Township of Soutn Easthope not included in Division 1.

5.—To consist of the Township of Mornington, and all that part

of the Township of Elma from lots 13 to 72, both numbers inclusive,

of the 1st concession, and from lots 27 to 16, both numbers

inclusive, in and from the 2nd to the 18th concession, both concessions

inclusive, of the said Township of Elma; and concessions

14, 15 and 16 of the Township of Ellice; and concessions 11, 12,

13 and 14 of the Township of North Easthope.

6.—To consist of the Township of Wallace, and all that part

of the Township of Elma from the 1st concession to the 18th concession,

both concessions inclusive, and comprising lots Nos. 1 to

52, both inclusive, of the 1st concession, and lots Nos. 1 to 26 Inclusive,

from the 2nd to the 18th conession, both concessions inclusive.

PETERBOROUGH— lllllltlllll

1. Peterborough

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2. Norwood ;

3. Lakefield

4. Ap?ley

5. Havelock

6. Keene

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Calendar not compiled by Jan. 15th.

1/—Shall comprise the City of Peterborough, the Townships of

North Monoghan and Ennismore, all the Township of Smith lying

south of the 7th concession, all that part of the Township of Otonabee

lying west of the 8th concession and north of lots Nos. 21, and

all that part of the Township of Douro lying south of lots numbered

11. Court to be held at the Court House in the City of Peterborough.

2.—Shall comprise the Village of Norwood, the Township of

Asphodel, and all that part of the Township of Dummer lying east

of the 5th concession, and that part of the said Township of Dummer

lying west of the 6th concession and south of lots numbered

11. Court to be held in the Town Hall in the Village of Norwood.

3.—Shall comprise that part of the Township of Smith lying

north of the 6th concession, all that pan of the Township of Douro

lying north of lots numbered 10, that part of the Township of

Dummer lying west of the 6th concession and north of lots numbered

10, the Township of Galway, the Township of Harvey and the

Village of Lakefield. Court to be held in the Town Hall in the

Village of Lakefield.

4.—Shall comprise the Townships of Anstruther, Burleigh,

Cavendish and Chandos. Court to be held in the Town Hall at

Apsley.

5.—Shall comprise the Townships of Belmont and Methuen and

the Village of Havelock. Court to be held in the Town Hall in the

Village of Havelock.

6.—Shall comprise the Township of Otonabee, except that part

thereof lying west of the 8th concession and north of lots numbered

21. Court to be held in the Town Hall, at Keene, in said township.


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7. Hawkesbury 1.00 p.m. 8 .. 5 .. 7 .. 9 .. 3 .

8. Fonrni. 10.00 a.m. . . 4 .... 13 9 . . 11 . .

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10. Rockland L0.00a.rn. .. 11 .... 20 16 .. 18 ..

11. Otawlman 9.00 a.m. .. 14 .... 23 19 . . 21 .

1.—Comprises the whole of the Township of Longueuil, the

municipality of the Village of L'Orignal, and the 1st concession of

the Township of Caledonia.

2.—Comprising all that part of the Township of West Hawkesbury,

extending from front of 3rd concession to the rear of the

said township.

3.—Comprises the whole of the Township of East Hawkesbury.

4.—Comprising the Township of North Plantagenet, and that

part of the Township of South Plantagenet lying north of the

Nation River.

5.—Comprising the whole of the Township of Cumberland.

6.—Comprising the whole of the Township of Russell.

7.—Comprising the two front concessions of the Township of

1 awkesbury, and the Municipality of Hawkesbury Village,

within the same.

8.—Comprising the Township of Caledonia (excepting the 1st

concession of the said township), and also that portion of the

Township of South Plantagenet lying south and east of the Nation

River.

9.—Comprising the whole of the Township of Alfred.

10.—Comprising the whole of the Township of Clarence.

1 1. Comprising the whole of the Township of Cambridge.

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1 Ameli'fborgfa 18 17 20 .. 22

5. Wellington 24 28 26 . . 28

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1.—The Town of Picton, the 2nd and 3rd concessions of

lltary Tract" from the west line of No. 13 eastward; Gore

: 1st and 2nd concessions north of the Carrying Place, 1st concession

southeast of the Carrying Place, and 2nd concession north

".lack River, Including Gores "K" and "L" and McCan Gores,

all in the Township of ITallowell; Block "I" in the concession north

and east of East Lake, and Gore "R" in the Township of Athol, and

and 2nd concessions south of the Bay of Qulnte, and Gore "A"

in the Township of North Marysburg, and 1st concession southwest

of Green Point to the end of Carman's Point in Sophiasburg.


128 ONTARIO DIVISION COURTS.

2.—The Township of South Marysburg, and the southern part

of Athol, commencing at the outlet of East Lake, thence down to

the head of the lake, thence down to the base line between the 1st

concession] south and the 1st concession north of East Lake, till it

strikes the township line of Hallowell, thence down said township

line till it strikes South Marysburg.

3.—The Township of Sophiasburg, together with Big Island,

excepting the 1st concession southwest of Green Point to the end

of Carman's Point.

4.—All that part of the Township of Ameliasburg lying east of

the line between lots No. 8 6 and 87, in the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th

concessions of said township, including Huff's Island.

5.—That part of the Township of Hillier not included in the

7th division, also the 1st and 2nd concessions north of West Lake,

and west of lot No. 7 in the said concession, and that part of Irwin

Gore lying north of and west of lot No. 7 in the 2nd concession,

and the west part of the 2nd concession produced west of lot No.

74 in that concession in the Township of Hallowell.

6.—Block (IV.) four, concession south side of West Lake, 1st

concession "Military Tract," 2nd and 3rd concessions of said tract

west of lots No. 13, in those concessions, Gore "E," 1st and 2nd

concessions north of West Lake, and east of lot No. 6 in those concessions;

the Gerrow Gore and that part of Irwin Gore not included

in Division No. 8, and all that part of the 2nd concession produced

east of lot No. 75 in the Township of Hallowell.

7.—All that part of the Township of Ameliasburg lying west

of the line between lots No. 86 and 87, in the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th

concession of said township; all that part of the 4th and 5th concessions

of the Township of Hillier west of the line between lots

86 and 87 ;and the 3rd concession west of the line between lots

No. 22 and 23, with that part of the 2nd concession lying north of

Pleasant Bay in the said Township of Hillier.

8.—All the point lying east of the west line of Marshland's

Gore, the concession lying north of Smith's Bay, and Waupoos

Island in the Township of North Marysburg.

RAINY RIVER- ISS^S^^fSSS

1. Fort Frances ........ 2.00 p.m. 16 13 13 17 13 19 . . .. 14 16 13 18

2. Emo 11. CO a.m. .. 24 .... 19 15 . . 24 . .

3. Rainy River 11. 00 a.m. .. 21 .... 16 12 .. 21 ..

1.—To comprise all that part of the said District lying east of

the east boundaries of the Townships of Aylesworth, Lash, Carpenter,

Kingsford and Fleming, and east of the east boundary of the

said Township of Fleming, produced north to the north boundary

of the said District, to be styled "The First Division Court in the

District of Rainy River."

2.—To comprise all that part of the said District lying west of

Division No. 1 and east of the east boundaries of the Townships of

Morley, Morley Additional, Pattullo, Sifton and Dewart, and east

of a line drawn north astronomically from the northeast angle of

the said Township of Dewart to the north boundary of the said

District, to be styled "The Second Division Court in the District of

Rainy River."

3.—To comprise all that part of the said District lying west of

Division No. 2, to be styled "The Third Division Court in the District

of Rainy River."


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130 ONTARIO DIVISION COURTS.

respectively. That portion of the Township of Oro lying sonth of

lots Nos. 21 in the 1st and 2nd concessions (including the ranges),

and south of lots Nos. 13 in the 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th

concessions respectively; that portion of the Township of Innisfil

lying east of lots Nos. 5 in the 6th, 7th and 8th concessions, and

that portion lying north of the 8th concession; that portion of the

Township of Essa lying north of lots Nos. 19 in the 7th, 8th, 9th,

10th and 11th concessions.

2.—The Village of Bradford, the Township of West Gwillimbury,

excepting thereout lots Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 in, the 14th and 15th

concessions; the Township of Innisfil, excepting that portion lying

north of the 5th concession, and excepting also lots Nos. 1, 2, 3,

4 and 5 in. the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th concessions thereof.

3.—The Township of Tecumseh, excepting concessions 12, 13,

14 and 15; the Township of Adjala, excepting that portion lying

north of lot No. 25 in the 8th concession thereof.

4.—The Town of Collingwood, the Village of Stayner, that

portion of the Township of Nottawasaga lying north of lot No. 18

in the 12th concession thereof; that portion of the Township of

Sunnidale lying north of the 8th concession; that portion of the

Township of Floss lying west of the Nottawasaga River; the islands

in Lake Huron contiguous to the Township of Nottawasaga.

5.—The Township of Floss, except that portion lying west of

the Nottawasaga River; the Township of Medonte, except that portion

lying east of the 10th concession and north of lots Nos. 10 in

the 9th and 10th concessions respetively; that portion of the Township

of Oro lying north of the southern boundaries of lots Nos. 21

in the 1st and 2nd concessions, and north of the southern boundaries

of lots Nos. 13 in the 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th concessions

respectively; lots 38, 39 and 40 in the 1st and 3rd concessions,

and lots Nos. 1, 2 and 3 in the 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th concessions

of the Township of Vespra.

6.—The Town of Orillia, the Township of Orillia, southern division,

the Township of Orillia, northern division, except that portion

lying north of lots Nos. 15 in the first seven concessions thereof;

that portion of the Township of Oro lying east of the 8th concession;

that. Dort.ion of the Township of Medonte, being composed of

lots Nos. 1 to 6 (both inclusive) in the 11th, 12th, 13th and 14th

concessions; the islands in Lake Simcoe contiguous to the townships

and portions of townships above described lying wholly or for the

most part opposite thereto.

7.—The Township of Nottawasaga, except that portion lying

north of lot No. 18 in the 12th concession thereof; the Township of

Sunnidale, except that portion lying north of the 8th concession;

that portion of the Township of Vespra lying west of the Nottawasaga

River; that portion of the Township of Essa lying north of

lots 19 in the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th concessions; that

portion of the Township of Tossorontio lying north of lots Nos. 20

in each of the seven concessions thereof.

8.—The Township of Essa, except that portion lying north of

lots Nos. 19 in each of the eleven concessions thereof; the Township

of Tossorontio, except that portion lying north of lots Nos. 20

in each of the seven concessions thereof; that portion of the Township

of Innisfil, being composed of lots Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 in the

1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th concessions; the 12th,

13th, 14th and 15th concessions of the Township of Teumseh; lots

Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 in the 14th and 15th concessions of the Township

of West Gwillimbury; that portion of the Township of Adjala

lying north of lots Nos. 2 5 in the eight concessions thereof.

9.—The Town of Penetanguishene, and the Village of Midland,

the Township of Tiny, that portion of the Township of Tay lying


ONTARIO Ml DSttON 001 H I- I

west to the 8th concession: the Islands In Lake Huron contiguous

u> the Township of Tiny, and to that part of the ip of Tay,

forming part Of the fttb division, and lying Wholly and for the most

part opposite thereto.

The Township of Mat- he dash, that portion of the Township

of Orillia. northern division, lying north of lots Nos. 16 in the first

eesioni thereof; that portion of the township of Medonte

lying north of lots d the Llth, 12th, 13th and Mth conccsand

that portion lying north of lots Nos. 10 in the 9th and

n>th « onrossions thereof; the Township of Tay, except that portion

lying west of the 8th concession; the island in Lake Huron conis

to that portion of the Township of Tay, forming part of

the 10th division, and lying wholly or for the most part opposite

thereto.

ESach of the said several divisions shall Include all allowances

for roads embraced within its external limits, and shall also

i to

the centre of every allowance for road lying external and

adjacent to every such division, excepting always where any such

last-mentioned allowance is hereinbefore declared to belong to or

form part of any particular division.

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2. Alexandria 10.00 a.m. 3.. 7 .. 2.. 4.. 5.. 7

Cornwall 10.00 a.m. 4 8 8 12 17 28 .. 30 .. 11 22

4. Wales 12.30 p.m.

ibnrg 1.00 p.m.

6. Iroquois 1.00 p.m.

7. Mountain St'n 12.00 n'n

8. Finch 10.00 a.m.

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1.—Township of Charlottenburg, in the County of Glengarry.

2.—Township of Lochiel, in the County of Glengarry.

3.—Township of Cornwall, in the County of Stormont.

4.—Township of Osnabruck, in the County of Stormont.

5.—Township of Williamsburg, in the County of Dundas.

6.—Township of Matilda, in the County of Dundas.

7.—Township of Mountain, in the County of Dundas.

8.—Township of Finch, in the County of Stormont.

9.—Township of Lancaster, in the County of Glengarry.

10.—Township of Winchester, in the County of Dundas.

11.—Township of Roxborough, in the County of Stormont.

12.—Township of Kenyon, in the County of Glengarry.

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132 ONTARIO DIVISION COURTS,

First Division Court.—That part of the District of Sudbury as

follows: Commencing at the southwest angle of the township No.

82; thence on a line produced north to the northwest angle of the

Township of Fairbank; thence east to the southeast angle of the

Township of Rayside; thence north to the northwest angle of the

Township of Creelman; thence east to the northeast angle of the

same township; thence south to the southeast angle of the township;

thence east to the line between the Townships of Aylmer and

Mackelcan; thence south on that line to the southern boundary.

Second Division Court.—So much of the district as lies north

of a line produced westerly from the southeast angle of the Township

of Rayside to the west boundary of the said district, and south

of the limits of the Fifth Division and including all the territory

westerly of the line known as O.L.S. Speight's Meridian Line.

Third Division Court.—So much of the district as lies west of

a line produced north from the southwest angle of the Township

No. 82, to the northwest angle of the Township of Fairbank, thence

west to the boundary of the said district.

Fourth Division Court.—So much of the district as lies east of

the line between the Townships of Aylmer and Mackelcan produced

to the southern boundary of the said district.

Fifth Division Court.—Commencing at the southeast corner of

the Township of Geikie, thence westerly to the southwest corner

of the Township of Pharand, thence northerly to the southwest

corner of the Township of Massey, thence westerly along P.L.S.

Niven's base line to the western boundary of the District of Sudbury

and comprising all the territory in the District of Sudbury

north of the lines hereinbefore mentioned.

THUNDER BAY—

1. Port Arthur— 1st and 3rd Wednesday each month.

3. Fort William—1st and 3rd Thursday each month, except July 3rd,

Aug. 21st, Dec. 4th

1.—All that part of the district lying west of the meridian of

87 degrees; of west longitude, to the meridian of the most easterly

part of Hunter's Island, excepting therefrom the Municipality of

Neebing.

&.—Comprising the Municipality of Neebing.

VICTORIA—

Ha

1. Woodville... 1.30p.m.

2. Fenelon Falls 1.30 p.m.

3.

4.

5.

6.

Bobcaygeon .12.30 p.m.

Omemee 11.30 a.m.

Lindsay 10.00 am.

J. S. &Jury.

Oakwood .... 10. 00 a. m.

7

f Victoria Rd.10 00 a.m.


\ Coboconk . .10.00 a.m.

1.—The first consists of the following townships and parts of

townships, viz: Of the 15th concession of the Township of Mariposa,

and the Township of Eldon, except the ranges north and south

of the Portage Road.

2.—All of the Township of Fenelon, except that portion lying

east of the Scugog River, and south of Sturgeon Lake, and the

Township of Somerville.

3.—The Township of Verulam.

4.—The Township of Emily.


j PABIO W

5.— The 'Town o i.v, Township ol Ope, and thai portion

of the Township of Fenelon lying east of the s

south 4

I. Baden 11.00 a.m. .. 7 .. b .

. 7 .. 18 .. i

5. Hawk< 11. 00 a.m. 11 .. 10 .. 8 .. 8 ,16 . 1 ..

10.00a.m. 14 . . 12 .. 10 .. J) . . 10 . . 3 ..

11.00a.m. 16 18 17

1.—All that portion of the Township of Waterloo lying north

of Blockline on the west side of the Grand River, and that part

of the upper block of said township lying north of said township

lying on the east side of the Grand River, north of lots Nos. 115,

109, 104, 86 and 95, to the Guelph Township line, including the

Towns of Berlin and Waterloo.

2.—All that part of the Township of Waterloo lying south of

the Blockline on the west side of the Grand River, and that part

lying on the east side of the Grand River, south of the northern

boundary of lots Nos. 115, 109, 104, 85 and 95, to the Guelph

Township line, including the Villages of Preston and Hespeler.

3.—All that portion of the Township of North Dumfries lying east

of lot No. 19 in the 7th concession, and running a course with the

eastern boundary of the said lot in a northerly direction up to the

i oncession; thence along the eastern boundary of lot No. 23,

in the said 12th concession, to the township line, including the Town

of GalL

4.—The Township of Wilmot, including the Village of New

Hamburg.

The Township of Wellesley.

6.—The Township of Woolwich.

7. -All that part of the Township of North Dumfries lying west

of the eastern boundary of said lot No. 19, in the 7th concession;

thence along the eastern limits of the said lot No. 19, the same

course thereof, in a northerly direction to the 15th concession;

thence along the westerly limit of lot No. 23, in the said 12th concession

to the Township line, including the Village of Ayr.

d

UIU.XNO- 1

8 J i

1 Well»nd ....10.00 a.m.

2. Ifarahvilfe ..:0.00a.m.

3. Bridgebnrtf. .


10

HO a.m.

10.00a.ni.

Hi

6. POrtColborne 9 00a.m.

1.—The Township of Crowland; that part of the Township of

Thorold lying south of the line between lots 178 and 195, running

through to Pelham; that part of Pelham lying south of the 4th concession,

and that part of Humberstone lying north of the concession

line, between the 4th and 5th concessions, being the whole of the

15th concession and the Town of Welland.


134 ONTARIO DIVISION COURTS.

2.—The Township of Wainfleet.

3.—The Township of Bertie, and those parts of the Township

of Humberstone not included in Nos. 1 and 6, and the Village of

Fort Erie.

4.—The Township of Willoughby, the Village of Chippawa, and

that part of the Township of Stamford south of the line between

lots 136 and 137; easterly from the westerly limit of the township

to the southeast angle of lot No. 133; thence north on the line

between lots Nos. 132 and 133, to the northern boundary of the

township, including the Towns of Clifton and Navy Island.

5.—Those parts of the Township of Stamford, Thorold and Pelham

not included in any other division, and the Town of Thorold.

6.—All the Township of Humberstone lying south of the 5th

concession, and west of the side lines between lots Nos. 9 and 10,

in the several other concessions thereof, and the Village of Port

Colborne.

WELLINGTON- Z & & < £ Z Z % $ 8 & &

1. Guelph (For Trials). 10.00 a.m. 9663 153.. 4 264

Judgment Summonses 12.00 noon 10.. 7 .. 2.. 4.. 5.. 7..

2.

3.

Aberfoyle

Rockwood

2.00 p.m

11.00 a.m. .. 7

14 .

....

. .

16

6 . . . . 12

3

.

.

. .

14

5

.

4. Fergus 11.30 a.m. 21 . . 4 . 13 . . 15 . 16 . . 4 ..

5. Erin 9.30 a.m 18 . 20 23 . 18 .

6. Elora 11.30 a.m. 20 . 3 . 12 . . 14 . 15 . 3 ..

7. Drayton 12.30 p.m. 22 . 5 . 14 . . 2 .. 17 .. 5 ..

8. Arthur 9.30 a.m. 15 . . 12 . . 7 .. 9 . . 10 . . 12 .

, ft j Harriston 1.00 p.m. 13 5 8

lu, \Palmerston 1.00 p.m 10 7 10 .

11. Mount Forest 9.30 a.m. 14 . . 11 . . 6

.

. .

.

.

.

.. 8 .. 9 .. 11 ..

1.—The Town and Township of Guelph.

2.—The Township of Puslinch.

3.—The Township of Eramosa.

4.—The Township of Nichol, excepting the 11th and 12th concessions;

the Mnuicipality of Fergus; the first eight concessions of

the Township of Garafraxa; and lots 1 to 18, both inclusive, in

concessions A and, B of the Township of Peel; lots 13, 14, 15, 16,

17 and 18, in concessions 18 and 19, and lots 19, 20 and 21 in

the 17th concession of the Township of Peel.

5.—The Township of Erin.

6.—The Township of Pilkington, and the 11th and 12th concessions

of the Township of Nichol; the Municipality of the Village

of Elora, and lots Nos. 19 and upwards belonging to the 9th, 10th,

11th, 12th, 13th, 14th, 15th and 16th concessions of Peel.

7.—Concessions 1 to 16, inclusive, of the Township of Maryboro',

and concessions 1 to 16, inclusive, of the Township of Peel,

except lots 19, 20, 21, 22 and 23 of those concessions in that township.

8.—That part of the Township of Arthur south and southeast

of lot 15, on the west side of the Owen Sound Road, in the Township

of Arthur; that part of the Township of Luther from 1 to 16, both

inclusive; and lots 1 to 12, both inclusive, of the 17th and 18tb

concessions of the Township of Peel; lots 5 to 11, both inclusive,

of the 19th concession of said Township of Peel; and lots 19 to 23,

both inclusive, of concessions A and B of said Township of Peel.

9.—The territory formerly comprised in this division is now in

the County of Dufferin.

10.—The Township of Minto.

.


11. The Town of Mount Korrst. anil that part 01 the I

Mir north of lot If,, west of the Owen Sound Koad ; [<

135

ownship

on the Owen Sound Road, and lot 18, cast of the 0W6D Sound Road.

w i:\t\voktii—

1. Hamilton. L0.00 a.m.

•J. DnndM 10.00a.m.

3. Waterdown 10.00 a.m.

4. Lynden (Orkne I a.m.

Creek 10.00 a.m.

Glanford 10.00 a.m.

8. Binbrook 11.00 a.m.

9 Hamilton 10.00 a.m.

- - *

18

27

'23

s 5 5

10 1!)

17 17

.. K)

6 V.

20 ..

14 14

--


136 ONTARIO DIVISION COURTS.

i-s W

2. Markham Village . \ 9 ..

Stouffville . . J 28

3.

4 .

Richmond Hill

Newmarket

15

8

24

4

5. Sutton 10 ..

6. Aurora 7 27

7. Woodbridge 14 26

8. Weston 13 15

9 . Scarborough at 16 25

Crew's Hall,

ston Road

King- .

.

ad


PRINCE r.i>\\ \ki> I8LAND1 I .'17

PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND

si piiimi; court.

< 'hi i I .1 list U

Hon. \V. W. Sullivan.

1 1 ristafti I ust in .N.-

Hon. R. R. Fitzgerald; Hon. F. L. Haszard.

Vrothonotary and Clerk of flu Crown:

W. A. O. Morson.

. ! tsitt i nt Vrothonotary

L. E. Brecken.

Sheriffs:

F H. Ilornc, Queens County; Wm. Andrew, Prince County;

Robert Curran, Kings County.

COURT OF CHANCERY.

Matter of the Rolls:

Hon. F. L. Haszard.

Vice-Chancellor: Registrar

Hon. R. R. Fitzgerald. L. E." Brecken.

ADMIRALTY COURT.

hiilge:

Hon. W. W. Sullivan.

tt< gittrar:

\V. A. O. Morson.

PROBATE AMD SURROGATE COURT.

JUDGES i i Ml

J in:

Hon. Richard Reddin.

/.'< gistrar:

l H. Anderson.

COUNT! COURTS.

Queens County. Hon. H. C. McDonald; Klngi County. Hon. S.

Blanohard; Prince County. Hon, Neil M< Leod.

In

:

:


138 PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND.

THE LAW SOCIETY OF PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND.

President

C. R. Smallwood.

:

Secretary-Treasurer :

W. E. Bentley.

Executive Committee:

Vice-President :

C. G. Duffy.

D. C. McLeod, K. J. Martin, G. Gaudet.

Examiners for Admission to the Bar:

Gilbert Gaudet; C. R. Smallwood; J. A. Matheson; Attorney-

General ex-officio.

Examiners of Applicants to Study Law:

D. C. McLeod, C. R. Smallwood, K. J. Martin.

BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS

CHARLOTTETOWN — Co.

Queens.

Carvell, W. F. H.

Duffy, G. G.

Gaudet, Gilbert.

Haviland, E. H.

Johnston & Inman, J. J.

Johnston, G. S. Inman.

McDonald, A. A.

McDonald, J. S.

McKinnon & McNeill, D. A.

McKinnon, R. N. McNeill.

McLean & McKinnon, A. A.

McLean, D. McKinnon.

McLeod & Bentley. D. C.

McLeod, ,K.C, W. 'E.

Bentley.

Card, Appendix Page 50.

Martin, K. J.

Matheson, J. A.

Palmer, H. J.

Reddin, J. H.

Smallwood, G. R.

Stewart & Campbell. W.

S. Stewart, N. A. Campbell.

Warburton & Shaw. A. B.

Warburton, E. Shaw.

ALBERTON—Co. Prince.

Tweedy, G.

CRAPAUD, See Charlottetown.

GEORGETOWN—Co. Kings.

Stewart, J. D.

O'LEARY—Go. Prince.

Matthews, G. M.

MALPEQUE, See Summerside.

MONTAGUE, See Souris.

MOUNT STEWART, See

Charlottetown.

SOURIS—Co. Kings.

Fraser, A. L.

McQuaid, A.

SUMMERSIDE— Co. Prince.

Bell & Tanton. J. H. Bell,

B. W. Tanton.

McCallum, G. D.

McLeod. N.

McQuarrie & Arsenault. N.

McQuarrie, A. E. Arsenault.

Saunders. A. C.

Strong, H.

Tanton. W.

Wright, H. E.

Wyatt, J. E.


(A NAD J 39

QUEBEC

COURT OF KDfCPfl ni.N'CH.

Chief Justice:

Hon. Horace Archambeault

I'nisne Judges:

Hon. X. W. Trenholme; Hon. J. Lavergne; Hon. A. G. Cross; Hon.

H. G. Carroll; Hon. H. H. A. Gervais.

Crown Side.

Clerks of the Crown:

Alphonse Pouliot, Quebec; Ulric Lafontaine, Montreal.

Appeal Side.

Clerks of Appeal:

Alphonse Pouliot, Quebec; C. A. Chenevert, Montreal.

SUPERIOR COURT.

Chief Justice:

Hon. Charles P. Davidson, Montreal.

Hon. F. X. Lemieux, Acting C.J., Quebec.

ADMIRALTY COURT.

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VOTl

. BARNSTON,

11

acton Diet. st. Hyacinthe.

Maillmt, M.

ADAMSVILLE, See Sweetsluirg.

AMQUI— Mist. Rimouski.

Noel, ll B,

ARTHABASKA Mist Arlliabaska.

Yer A Cotton. W.

r. Cotton, E W Wi


1144

DALHOUSIE STATION — See

Huntingdon.

DANVILLE — Dist. St. Francois.

Leclerc & Bayard. Felix

Leclerc, J A. Bayard.

DISRAELI — Dist. St. Fran-

. cois.

Chicoine, Wilfrid.

DIXVILLE, See Coaticooke.

DRUMMONDVILLE — Dist.

Arthabaska.

Garceau, N.

Lalonde, C. H.

Marier, Jos.

Pare, A. T.

DUNHAM, See Sweetsburg.

EAST ANGUS, See Sherbrooke.

EAST BROUGHTON, See Quebec.

EAST FARNHAM, See Sweetsburg.

EASTMAN, See Knowlton :

ELY, See Waterloo.

FARNHAM — Dist. Bedford.

Gaudet, A.

i Lefebvre, J. E.

Poulin, J. S.

FASSETT, See Buckingham.

FORT COLONGE, See Hull.

FOX RIVER—Dist. Gaspe.

Chagnon, M. J. E.

FRASERVILLE (P.O. Address,

Riviere du Loup en has)

—Dist. Kamouraska.

Berube, L.

Gimon, H.

Lapointe & Stein. E. Lapointe,

K.G., A. Stein.

Potvin & Langlais. J. W.

A. Potvin,

Pouliot &

J. Langlais.

Boissonneault.

L. A. Pouliot, R. Boissonneault.

Riau, S. C.

FRELIGHSBURG, See Sweetsburg.

GASPE, See Rimouski.

GRANBY, See Sweetsburg.

GRAND MERE — Dist. Three

Rivers.

Desilets, Aug.

Lefebvre, Arthur.

HEMMINGFORD,

ingdon.

See Hunt-

HENRYVILLE, See St. John's.

QUEBEC.

HOWICK—Brossoit, Numa E.

(See Valleyfield).

HULL — Dist. Ottawa.

Aylon & Duclos (See Ottawa)

.

Belcourt, Hon. N. A., K.C.

(See Ottawa).

Brooke, C. J., K.C.

Champagne, Nap. (See Ot-

tawa )

.

Cousincau, L.

Desjardins, A. R., K.C.

Devlin & Ste. Marie. E.

B. Devlin, K.G., J. W.

Ste. Marie, K.C.

Devlin, J. A.

Foran, T. P., K.C.

Gamble, William (See Ottawa).

Gordon, A., K.C.

Graham, C. K.

Leduc, L. A.

Lemieux, A., K.C. (See

Ottawa,.

McConnell, Arthur.

Major & Fortier. G. B.

Major, K.C, H. A. Fortier.

Parent, J. A.

Wright, George C.

Card, Appendix Page 50.

HUNTINGDON — Dist. Beauharnois.

Brossoit, Numa E. (See

Valleyfield).

McCormick & Lebourveau

(See Montreal).

IBERVILLE, See St. John's.

INVERNESS, See Thetford.

JOLIETTE — Dist. Joliette.

Bonin, C.

Bourgeois, J. U.

DeLanandiere, C. T.

Dubeau, J. A., M.P.

Ducharme, J. P. L.

Grenier, J. A.

Hebert, E.

Marsolais, A. L.

Piette, J. A.

Renaud & Guibault. J. A.

Renaud, K.C, Alex. Guibault.

Tellier & Ladouceur. J. M.

Tellier, M.P.P., K.C, J

.,= E. Ladouceur.

Trudeau,H.

JONQUIERE — Dist. Chicoutimi.

Bergeron, T. L.

JOVITE, See St. Jerome.

KNOWLTON — Dist. Bedford.

Fay, J. E.

LABELLE—Dist. Ottawa.

Robert, Rod.,


lachute hist. Terrebonne.

Bampton, Geo. i

Mill, .1. I.. I.

Paiiiaer, Jot.

lacolle, let Naplertflle.

LAKE MEGANTIC I'

Francois.

. A.

Oaudet.

Laliberte, i-;


146 QUEBEC.

MONTREAL—Continued.

Beauchesne, L. E. A.

Beaudry & Beaudry, Credit

Poncier Bldg. L. R.

Beaudry, LL.L., J. Adrian

Beaudry, LL.L., E. Filion.

Beauregard & Labelle, 58

St. James St. E. Beauregard,

J. E. Labelle.

Beckett, A. E. (Solicitor

G.T.R.), McGill St.

Beique, Beique & Beique,

Transportation Bldg. Hon.

F. L. Beique, K.C.,

L. J. Beique, F. A.

Beique.

Belanger & Berthiaume, 60

Notre Dame e. J. A.

Belanger, A. Berthiaume.

Belanger, G.

Benoit, B.

Bernard, J. A.

Bernard & Gadbois, Que.

Bank Bldg. L. E. Bernard,

K.C., E. Gadbois,

LL.L.

Bessette & Dutaud, Hochelaga

Bank Bldg. W. Bissette,

G. Dutaud.

Blggar, W. H. f K.C. (General

Counsel G.T.R. and

G.T.P.R.), McGill St.

Bisaillon & Brossard, 17

Place d'Armes Hill. F.

J. Bisaillon, K.C, L. J.

Arthur Brossard, K.C,

Hector R. Bisaillon, A.

Pepin.

Card, Appendix Page 50.

Bissonnet & Cordeau, 38

Notre Dame, East. A. E.

J. Bissonnet, K.C, L. B.

Cordeau, J. U. A. Geoffrion.

Bissonnette, J. B., K.C.

Blair, Laverty & Hale,

Canada Life Bldg. John

W. Blair, F. J. Laverty,

K.C, Chas. A. Hale.

Card, Appendix Tage 51.

Bonin, Morin, Laramee &

Bonin, 180 St. James St.

J. A. Bonin, K.C, L. J.

S. Morin, K.C, J. A. A.

Laramee, Alex. Bonin.

Boucherville (de) Mullin

A Mathieu, 180 St.

James St. J. B. de

Boucherville, R. T. Mullin,

A. Papineau Mathieu.

Boudreault, P. A., K.C

Boudreault, J. B.

Bourbonniere, F., K.C.

Bouthillier, V.

Bowie, D. E.

Brodeur & Garand, 80 St.

Gabriel St. Donat Brodeur,

K.C.

Brosseau, A.

MONTREAL— Continued. .

Brosseau, Brosseau, Tansey

& Angers, Guardian

Bldg. T. Brosseau, K.C,

B. Brosseau, T. M.

Tansey, E. R. Angers.

Card, Appendix Page 51.

Brown, Montgomery & Mc-

Michael, Dominion Exp.

Bldg. Albert J. Brown,

K.C, W. Prescott Sharp.

K.C, Geo. H. Montgomery,

K.C, R. C McMichael,

K.C, Warwick F. Chipman,

Rennie 0. McMurtry,

D. J. Angus, Walter

R. L. Shanks.


Card, Appendix Page 51.

Brown & Staveley, Merchants

Bank Bldg. E. N.

Brown, W. R. Staveley.

Bruchesi, Chas., K.C.

Buchan, J. S., K.C

Budden, Hanbury A., Quebec

Bank Bldg.

Bumbray & Gauthier,

L. L. & G. Building. J.

E. C Bumbray, Z. Gauthier.

Burchell, Chas. J., K.C.

(See Maclean & Co.,

Halifax, N. S.)

Bureau, J. E.

Busteed, E. B., K.C, Quebec

Bank' Bldg.

Butler, T. P., K.C, 180 St.

James St.

Cahan, C. H., K.C, Transportation

Bldg. O. B.

MacCallum, C H. Cahan,

Jr.

Card, Appendix Page 51.

Cameron, J. A. H., Transportation

Bldg.

Cameron, J. D., 204 St.

James St.

Campbell, C. S., K.C (See

Meredith & Co.)

Campbell, McMaster &

Papineau, Canada Life

Bldg. George A. Campbell,

K.C, Andrew R.

McMaster, K.C, Talbot

M. Papineau. Counsel;

Donald Macmaster, K.C,

D.CL.

Carmichael, S., K.C.

Casgrain, P. F.

Cedras, J. L.

Chambers, A. H.

Champoux. Chas., Quebec

Bank Bldg.

Chauvin, Baker & Walker,

230 St. James St. Henry

N. Chauvin, George H.

Baker, M.P., Harold E.

Walker.

Card, Appendix Page 52.


— —

Montreal Continued.

Cholette, H. A.

Cinq Mars A Cinq Mars,

1 1Q si. Jamei Bt. Alex,

.Hid \if Cinq Man

Claxton a Ker, Transpor

ADVOi I

tation QJdg \ «. B.

oxtoh, K C . T. R. Ker.

M. J., K.(

St. Gabriel -

Codenre dfc Coderre, Hocheli

Bant Bldg. Hon, L.

Coderre,

derre.

K.C., 0.

ii. Jos,

Cook A Magoe, Royal Ins.

Bldg. John Wilson

Cook.

Magee.

K.C., Allan A.

P<

Cornellier, Q. a., K.C.

Cotton A Westover, Royal

Ins. Bldg. C. M. Cotton,

E. W. Westover.

Couper, Wm. M. f B.C.L.,

Provincial Rank Rldg.

Card, -I/'/" "'/'> I'cqe 51.

Coylej P. J., K.C.

Craig, P. A.

Cramp, Ewing & McFadden,

L. L. & G. Rldg. G.

B. Cramp, K.C;, J. A.

Swing, 8 '•• 0. S. Modem

Crankshaw A Crankshaw,

c. p h. Telegraph Bldg.


,

Jas. Crankshaw, H

uksh.iw, Jr.

Creelman, A. R., K.C. (Gen-

Windsor

sel c.p.r.),

Station.

\ .

Damp

K.C,

Bast.

3

P.

Dorval.

Cross, S., k.c.

Cruickshank, W. G., K.C.

Cullen, J. P.

Cuppan, Fpank J., 180 St.

.Tamos St.

Cuppan, L. E., 180 St. James

St.

Dnlbor. Hector.

Dandurand, Hon. R„ K.C.

Hihbard a i

David, .1. A., 20 st. James

Davidson & Ritchie, 71a

J.rnos St. L. H.

W. F

EUtohle, K.c

Davidson, Wainwright A

Alexander, Transportation

Bldj ps Davidson,

K.C, Arnold Wainwripht.

K.c., b.c.i, . Maurice

Alexander.

Decarie A Decapy, Quebec

Rank Bldor. Hon. J. L.

Decarie. K.C, Alf. Decary,

K.C.


Montreal i onflnued.

Decarie, J N i

lire, \ B. ( Trust A

mi Bldflr,

Delisle, Arthur,

si. Jami

k.c, 70

De Lorimler, Jules',

d'Armes Hill.

17 Place

De Lorimler, L. R., 17 Place

d'Armes Hill.

de Loplmler, Raoul Q., K.C,

i>7 St. James St.

. Vallee,


Card, Appendk P

Demers, Hector.

Depocas, G. B

Desaulniers A Valine,

Hochelaga Rank Rld-

Desnulniors, K.C, \

E. Montpetit, J.

J. R. Charbonneau.

Desbois & Delage. 20 St.

James St. D. L. Desbois,

L. A. Delage.

Descarries & Descarries,

18 Notre Dame e Jos. A.

Descarries, K.C, T. N.

Descarries.

Desjardins, C. H.

Dps Rochors, F.

Dessaulles A Qapneau, 86

Notre Dame West. Casimir

Dessaulles, K.C,

Leon Garneau, K.C, G.

Vanier.

Card, Appendix /v<

Dion A Renudry, 60 Notre

Dame e. J. A. E. Dion,

P. C H. Reaudry.

Doherty, Hon. C J., 180 St.

James St.

Dorais A Dopais, 97 St.

James St. A. P. Dorais,

O. P. Dorais.

Card, Appendix Tape 53.

Doutre, J. R.

Dubreuil, J. F.

Ducket t, R. L.

Duff, A. Huntly A Walter

A. Merpill, Commercial

Union Rldg.

Dufresne, Aug.

Dnpre, L. P.

Dussault A Mercier, 1 1

Place d'Armes 101], J. c

H. Dussault, Jos. A.

Mercier, P. i.. Duptils.

Du Treniblay, P. R.

Elliott A David, Canada

Life Bldg. Henry J.

Elliott, K.C, L. A. David,

nt. Dugas, c l. Alexandi

\


148 QUEBEC.

MONTREAL—Continued.

Emard & Emard, 112 St.

James St. Hon. J. A.

Ouimet, K.G., J. U. Emard,

K.G., E. Chas.

Emard.

Enright, F. T.

Fauteux & Fauteux, 97 St.

James St. G. A. Fauteux,

F. Fauteux.

Ferguson, John IV!., K.C.,

179 St. James St.

Fisher, R. E.

Fleet, Falconer, Phelan &

Bovey, 157 St. James St.

C. J. Fleet, K.G., Alex.

Falconer, K.G., M. A.

Phelan, Wilfrid Bovey.

Card, Appendix Page 53.

Fontaine & Labelle, La

Presse Bldg. Z. Fontaine,

J. A. Labelle, K.G.

Forget, Jos.

Fortier, J.

Fortin, A. F. X.

Fortin, T.

Foster, Martin, Mann, Mac-

Kinnon & Hackett, Royal

Ins. Bldg. G. G. Foster,

K.G., J. E. Martin, K.G.,

J. A. Mann, K.G., G. G.

MacKinnon, J. F. Hackett.

Foster, W. E. (Asst. Solicitor,

G.T. Ry. Co.), Mc-

Gill St.

Fournier, J. 0., 80 St. Gabriel

St.

Gagne, H. J.

Gagnoh, A.

Gagnon, Oscar.

Garand, H.

Gaudet, Chas. D., K.C., 157

St. James St.

Gauthier, Beauregard &

Beauregard, Power Bldg.

L. J. Gauthier, K.G., L.

E. Beauregard, J. H.

Beauregard.

Gelinas, J. L.

Geoffrion, Geoffrion & Cusson,

97 St. James St.

,

Victor Geoffrion, K.C.,

Aime Geoffrion, K.C., Victor

Gusson, K. C.

Card, Appendix Page 54.

Germain, Alban.

Gibeault, Arthur.

Gilman & Boyd, Merchants

Bank Bldg. Hon.

F. E. Gilman, K.G., L. H.

Boyd.

Goldstein & Beullac, Royal

Ins. Bldg. Maxwell Goldstein.

K.G., Pierre Beul-

', lac, K.G. , A. Lalonde.

Gosselin, , Calder, Leblanc

& Leblanc, Power Bldg.

L. A. Gosselin, K.C., R.

L. Calder, A. Leblanc, R.

Leblanc.

MONTREAL— Continued.

Gouin, Lemieux, Murphy &

Berard, Quebec Bank

Bldg. Sir Lomer Gouin,

K.C., Hon. R. Lemieux,

K.C., D. R. Murphy,'K.C,

L. P. Berard, K.G., A.

Perrault, J. H. Dillon.

Gourre, Eug.

Goyette & Trudeau, 4

Boul'd. St. Laurent, C. A.

Goyette, J. G. H. Trudeau.

Goyette, 0. A., K.G., 72

Notre Dame e.

Gravel, J. A. E.

Greenshields, Greenshields

& Languedoc, 86 Notre

Dame West. J. N.

Greenshields, K.G., E.

Languedoc, E. R. Parkins,

G. G. Greenshields.

Grenier, A. W., K.G.

Guertin, G. A.

Guyon, H.

Handfield & Handfleld, Quebec

Bank Bldg. W. A.

Handfield, Arthur Handfield.

Harris, S. L. Dale, 103 St.

Francois Xavier.

Hatchett, F. J.

Heneker & Johnston, Commercial

Union Bldg. R.

T. Heneker, K.G., Walter

S. Johnston, Edward J.

Waterston.

Card, Appendix Page 54.

Hetu, J. G. A.

Hibbard, Boyer & Gosselin,

112 St. James St. F. W.

Hibbard, K.G., Louis

Boyer, K.G., Louis Gosselin,

B.C.L. (Counsel

Hon. R. Dandurand, K.C.)

Card, Appendix Page 54.

Holt, Chas. M., K.C, Guardian

Bldg.

Honan, M.

Houle, L.

Hubert, L. J. R.

Hurteau, J. A.

Hutchins, H. A., K.C, 151

St. James St.

lies, Chas., 80 St. Francois

Xavier St.

Internoscia, J.

• Power

Jacobs, Hall & Couture,

• ture,

Bldg. S. W.

Jacobs, K.G., A. Rives

Hall, K.C, G. C. P. Cou-

Louis Fitch.

Card, Appendix Page 54.

Jalbert & Vanier, Hochelaga

Bank Bldg. J. W.

Jalbert, A. Vanier.

Jasmin, V. F.

Jenkins, Jos,.

Jette, J. T. r ..,

Joannette, J. H.


Montreal Continued.

Jodoin, Henri, K.C.,

Bolloitor, T. u SfoQill

Jodoin, T.

Johnson. \. \\.

Joni

Kavanagh, Lajoie A Lacoste,

Provinoln] Bank

Bldg., : Place d'Armei

Square. Hon. Sir \

audre

ii .1 Kavanagh, K.C.,

ii. Gerin Lajoie, K

Paul Laooste, .T. J.

r. Mathieu. Alex. Laite,

Jr., T. J. Shallow

Lachapelle & Beaulifu, 30

St. James. A. Lachapelle,

J. A. Beaulieu.

Lachapelle & Deni9, 71a

.lames. A. L. Lachapelle,

L. Denis.

J. 0., K.C.

Laflamme, Mitchell A Chenevert,

Rank of Ottawa

Rldg. N. K. Laflammo,

K.G., W. G. Mitchell,

K.i:.. R. Chenevert, Prank

ighan.

. Appendix


/'



150 QUEBEC.

MONTREAL—Continued.

McGoun & Pelletier, G. P.

R. Telegraph Bldg. A.

McGoun, K.C, A. D.

Pelletier.

McLennan, Howard & Aylmer,

86 Notre Dame w.

Francis McLennan, K.G.,

E. Edwin Howard, K.G.,

H. U. P. Aylmer, Jacob

DeWitt.

Card, Appendix. Page 56.

MacCallum, O. B., Royal

Ins. Bldg. (With G. H.

Gahan, K.G.).

Macdonald, Jas.

Macdonald, W. G., Transportation

Bldg\

Mackay, Alfred. K,G.

Mackay, Hugh, Transportation

Bldg.

Card, Appendix Page 56.

Maclean, Hon. A. K., K.C.

(See Halifax, N. s.;

Maclennan & Baker, Quebec

Bank Bldg. Farquhar S.

Maclennan, K.G., William

A. Baker, K.C.

Card, Appendix Page 56.

Maillet, Robert.

Marceau, J. 0.

Marechal, L. T., K.C, 103

St. Francois Xavier St.,

Armand Mathieu.

Margolese & Tritt, 212

McGill St. L. S. Margolese,

S. G. Tritt,

Marier, Elph.

Marsan & David, 20 St.

James. G. A. Marsan, J.

H. David.

Martineau & Jodoin, 13 St.

James. V. Martineau,

K.G., A. Jodoin.

Masson, L.

Matheson, R. D.

Meagher & Burnett, Commercial

Union Bldg. J.

J. Meagher, R. Burnett.

Melancon, L.

Menard & Rondeau, 35 St.

James St. G. Menard,

\. 0. Rondeau.

Mercier & Beique, Quebec

Bank Bldg. H. Mercier,

H. A. Beique.

Mercier, Paul.

Meredith, Macpherson,

Hague, Holden &

Shaughnessy, Merchants

Bank Bldg. F. E. Meredith,

K.G., K. R. Macpherson,

K.C, H. J.

Hague, A. R. Holden, K.

G., W. J. Shaughnessy,

G. G. Heward (Counsel,

C. S. Campbell, K.C).

Card, Appendix Page 56.

MONTREAL— Continued.

Meunier, L. C

Mignault, P. B., K.C.

Migneron, J. H.

Millette, N. A.

Millman, L., Hochelaga

Bank Bldg.

Moffatt, G. U.

Molleur, O. G., Windsor

Station.

Molleur & Brosseau, Trust

& Loan Bldg. J. A.

Molleur, J. J. Brosseau.

Monk, Hon. F. D., K.C,

M.P., 58 St. Francois

Xavier.

Monty & Archambault, 72

Notre Dame e. C E. Monty,

J. H. Archambault.

Monty & Duranleau, National

Bank Bldg. R.

Monty, K.C, A. Duranleau.

Morgan, E. A. D.

Morrison, G. A., K.C

Morrison & Rose, 179 St.

James St. M. J. Morrison,

K.C, Bernard Rose.

Mousseau & Gagne, 97 St.

James St. J. 0. Mous-

~seau, K.C, A. Gagne.

Nantel, Marechal.

Normandin, Z.

Ogden, C G.

Ouimet, Hon. J. A.. K.C.

(See Emard & Co.)

Papillon, J. H. 0.

Paradis, R. (C.P.R. Sol. for

Quebec.) Assistant: Jean

Bernier.

Parisault, C A.

Patterson, William, K.C r

180 St. James St.

Payette, J. V.

Pedlev, H. S.

Pellissier, Wilson & St.

Pierre, 151 St. James St.

E. Pelissier, K.C, C A.

Wilson, K.C, G. St.

Pierre, E. Sasseville.

Pelletier, Letourneau &

Beaulieu, Trust & Loan

Bldg. L. C Pelletier,

K.C, S. Letourneau, K.C,

L. E. Beaulieu, 0.

Cousineau.

Pelletier & Pelletier, 99 St.

James. H. Pelletier,

K.C, A. S. Pelletier.

Pelletier, Jos.

Penny, E. G. T.

Perron, Taschereau, Rinfret,

Genest, Billette &

Plimsoll, Quebec Bank

Bldg. J. L. Perron, K.C,

R. Taschereau, K.C, T.

Rinfret, K.C, R. Genest,.

J. E. Billette, A. B. W.

Plimsoll.


,

MONTREAL Continued.

Pllon A Caron. J. W.

Pllon, ii. 3. m. Caron.

a Pllon. \ Pilon, J.

\ lMlnn.

Uwi-ll. 'I

portatioo Bid*. B. G.

Place, Ralph P. Bto

well.

Plant.'. I.

Pollquln

Pruneau, J. \ v

Rainville A Rainville, Quebec

Bank Bldg. Hon. H.

Rainville, Paul Rain-

Villr

Rainville, Gagnon A Lacerte.

J. 11. Rainville,

J. 0. Gagnon, H. Lacerte.

Raynes, Chas., K.G.

Renaud, G.

Rheaume, J. T.

Rivet, Glass A Sullivan,

Trust & Loan Bldg. L.

A. Rivet, K.G., M.P., L.

G. Glass, John A. Sullivan.

Card, Appendix /'<

Robert, L.

Robitaille, Clement.

Rodier & Archambault,

Trust & Loan Bldg. C.

Rodier, K.G., Jos.

Archambault.

9. H. S., K.G., Transportation

Bldg.

Roy, E.

Roy, F. X., K.C.

Roy & Raymond, 71a St.

James St. E. Roy, M.

Raymond.

D, P. C.

St. Germain, Guerin A

Raymond, Trust & Loan

Bide. P. St. Germain,

IXX., L. Guerin, LL.L.,

P. B. Raymond, LL.L.

Julien ^ Theberge, 60

Notre Dame e. J. \.

St. Julien, K.C., A. Theber-

Semple, G. Hugh, Trust &

n Bldg.

cal, 0., K.C.

Smith, Markey, Skinner,

Pugsley A Hyde, 17:<

James St. B. C. Smith.

K.C., r. II. Markey, K.C.,

W W. Skinner, W. G.

Puf Geo.

WnUanu

SperbfT. M. M.

R. T.

Harvey, Canada

Life B! if. Stephens,

K.C. \. E. Harvey,

ADVOCATES. [61

Montreal Continued.

Stephens A. Weldon,

don.


152 QUEBEC.

NEW RICHMOND, See New

Carlisle.

NICOLET — Dist. Three

Rivers.

Camirand, Wilfrid, K.G.

Comeau, L. H.

Trahan, Arthur, K.G.

NOMININGUE — Dist Ottawa.

Achim, Honore.

Bousquet, J. B.

Delage, A.

NORTH HATLEY, See Sherbrooke.

ORMSTOWN, See Huntingdon.

PAPINEAUVILLE — Dist.

Ottawa:

Mackay, Aug. S.

Major & Fortier (See Hull).

PASPEBIAC, See New Carlisle.

PERCE — Dist. Gaspe.

Flynn, W. A. E.

Garneau, A. S., K.G.

PHILLIPSBURG, See Bedford.

PLESSISVILLE —Dist Arthabaska.

Houde, L. J.

QUEBEC CITY — Dist. Quebec.

Beaubien, L. 0., K.C.

Bedard, Chaloult, Lavergne

& Prevost. J. E. Bedard,

K.G., P. V. Chaloult, A.

Lavergne, M.P.P., J. A.

Prevost.

Belanger, A.

Belleau, Ste. Foye.

Bernier & Bernier, 111

Mountain Hill. Alphonse

Bernier, K.C., Henri Bernier,

LL.L.

Bernier, Hector.

Boulanger, Oscar.

Cannon & Power, 111

Mountain Hill. Lucien

Cannon, B.A., LL.L.,

Charles G. Power, B.A.,

LL.L-

Card, Appendix Page 57.

Cantin, P.

Casgrain, Lavery, Rivard,

Chauveau & Marchand.

Hon. Th. Chase Casgrain,

K.C, J. I. Laverv, K.C.,

Adj. Rivard, K.C, C A.

Chauveau, LL.D., Aime

Marchand.

Chapleau, J. E.

Choquette, Galipeault, St.

Laurent & Laferete, 107

Mountain Hill. Hon. P.

A. Choquette, K.C, A.

Galipeault, K.C, M.P.P.,

L. St. Laurent, L.L.L.,

H. Laferte, L.L.L.

Chouinard, M.


QUEBEC CITY—Continued.

Cimon & Parent. H. Cimon,

Emile Parent.

Cook & Cook. W. Cook,

K.C, A. H. Cook, K.C, A.

Laurie, F. Murphy, K.G.

Gorriveau, A., K.C

Darveau & Darveau. C

Darveau, K.C, C V. Darveau.

Davidson, W. H., K.C,

Quebec Fire Assurance

Building.

Card, Appendix Page 58.

De Billy, V.

Demers & Demers. L. G.

Demers, K.C, A. Demers.

Dionne, C E. L., K.C,

Hochelaga Bank Bldg.

Drouin, Drouin & Drouin,

16 Peter Street and 181

St. Joseph Street. St.

Roch. F. X. Drouin, K.C,

LL.D., F. 0. Drouin,

LL.B., Paul Drouin, LL.L.

Dupre & Gagnon. M.Dupre,

0. Gagnon.

Edge, T. W., 4 St. Peter

St.

Card, Appendix Page 58.

Fiset, E.

Flynn & Flynn, Union Bank

Building.

Flynn,

Flynn.

Hon.

K.C,

E. J.

Francis

Fortin, J. E.

Francoeup &

St. Peter St.

Vlen, 72%

J. N. Francoeur,

LL.L., M.P.P., T.

A. Vien, LL.L.

French, P.

Gagne, J. A.

Gelly & Dion, 116 Mountain

Hill. Emile

B.A., LL.B., Aime

Gelly,

Dion,

B.A., LL.L.

Gibsone & Dobell, 92 St.

Peter St. George F.

Gibsone, K.C, Alfred C

Dobell.

Card, Appendix Page 58.

Gobeil, Ant., LL.B,, ISO.

Gosselin, J.

Grenier & Plamondon. A.

Grenier, M. Plamondon.

Guay & Fremont. Rodolphe

Guay, Charles

Fremont.

Jolicoeur, P. J.

Jones, G. E. A.

Lachance & Ahem, 111

Mountain Hill. A. Lachance,

K.C, M. J. Ahern

Lamoson, F.

Lane & Cambray, 97 St.

Peter St. J. A. Lane,

K.C, Alfred Cambray.

Langlois. P. W.

Larue, J. L.


quebec city Continued.

lie, w

in.-, p.

v


nieux, m \

Meroler,

Moraud A Savard, B5 St.

Peter St. Luoien Moraud,

\ . i i. i. . \ '!'!. .1 Savi.

H\.. B.C.L.

Card, .\}>i» ml j- Page 58.

Morin, L. i>.

1 1 11van,. H. M.

Patry, Jules.

Pelletier, Belleau, Baillargeon,

Belleau & Alleyn.

Hon, i.. P. Pelletier, K.G.,

B. Belleau. K.C., B. Baill;c

\oel Belleau,

- Alleyn.

Pentland, Stuart, Gravel &

Thomson, 56 St. Peter

St. C. A. Pentl:ui.l. K.

C, G. G. Stuart, K.i« /"/'.' /'"

Pouliot, L. A.

Rob<

Rochette, J. v

Etouillard,

Sevigny,

Leon.

Grenier & Paradis.

Albert Sevigny, M.P.,

H. Grenier, \\ . P

dis.

Smith, Charles, s i St.

St.—

r Page 58.

:•.!. L., K.C.

Taschereau, Roy, Cannon,

Parent & Fitzpatrick,

Victoria Chambers. Hon.

I,. \. Taschereau, K.G.,

Ferdinand Hoy, K.G., L.

v Cannon, K.C., Geo.

rent, LL.L., Arthur

Pltzpatrick, ll.l.—

Car,!, Appendia Page 59.

Taschereau, A.

Tiircotte, J., MP.

Turgeon, Roy, Langlais A

Morin, si St. Peter St.

Hon. tdelard Turgeon,

K.C., Brneti Roy, R

LL.L.,

Oscar Morin, LL.L.

Card, A},/"

RICHMOND Ir.n

Mclver, w. E.

P. S

I)" \r

G m idk( nzie,

Hon.

J. V.

RIGAUD, See Beauharn

11

i

RIMOUSKI DiSl Hin

Assclin A Asselin. L. V

tsselin, k «... n. Assi

Bernier, N.

Flset A Tessler. II R

\. T-^i-r.

K.C., M.P.P

Don. i. Qagnon,

Beville, P. B. Qagnon.

Martin. J. P. v.

Pouliot & Cote. J. \

Pouliot, K.C., A. E. Cote.

Tachi

RIVIERE DU LOUP STATION

Dist. Kamouraa

Paradis, L.

Talbot, L, \

ROBERVAL—Dist. Roberval.

Bergeron, T. L.

Boily, A.

Lefebvre, T.

Tremblay, J. A.

Vallee, J. D. p.

ROCK ISLAND — Dist. St.

Pram

Hovey, if. M., K.C.

Pierre,


154 QUEBEC.

ST. FERDINAND, See Thetford

Mines.

STE. FLAVIE STATION, See

Rimouski.

ST. FRANCOIS DU LAC —

Dist. Richelieu.

Allard, Ad.

Raril, Z.

ST. GABRIEL DE BRANDON,

See Rerthier.

ST. GEORGES—Dist. Beauce.

Bolduc, R.

Bouffard & Godbout (See

St. Joseph).

STE. HELENE DE KAMOUR-

ASKA, See Fraserville.

ST. HYACINTHE — Dist. St.

Hyacinthe.

Beauregard, J. 0., K.C.

Fontaine, V. E., K.C.

Lussier & Guimont. L.

Lussier, K.C, E. Guimont.

Marin, E.

ST. JEAN, See St. John's.

ST. JEROME — Dist. Terrebonne.

De Martigny, C, K.C.

Nantel & Rochon. Hon. W.

B. Nantel, K.G., G. Rochon.

Prevost & Marchand. Hon.

J. R. R. Prevost, K.G.,

G. E. Marchand.

ST. JOHN'S — Dist. Iberville.

.Relanger, L. G.

Garreau, J. P.

Cartier, Jacques, LL.L.—

Card, Appendix Page 59.

Chasse, A., K.C.

Dore, P. J.

Fortin, George.

Girard & Demers. A. D.

Girard, Jos. Demers,

K.C., M.P.

Kavanagh, Lajoie & Lacoste

(See Montreal).

Poulin, S.

ST. JOSEPH — Dist. Beauce.

Bouffard & Godbout. P.

Bouffard, K.C., A. Godbout,

M.P.P.

Bruneau, E.

Dufour, F. X.

Hamel & Faribeau. G.

Hamel, K.G., A. Faribeau.

Pacaud & Morin. A. Pacaud,

K.C., Louis Morin, LL.L.

Talbot, S. U.

STE. JULIENNE — Dist. Joliette.

Svlvestre, Jos.

STE. MARGUERET, See St.

Jerome.

STE. MARIE — Dist. Beauce.

Fortier, H.

Morency, J. A.

STE. MARTINE, See Valleyfield.

ST. MICHEL DE NAPIER-

VILLE, See St. John's.

ST. OURS, See Sorel.

ST. PACOME, See Fraserville.

ST. PASCHAL, See Fraserville.

ST. PHILIPPE DE NERY, See

Fraserville.

ST. PIE, See Waterloo.

ST. POLYCARPE, See Huntingdon.

ST. REMI — Refer to St.

John's.

ST. SAUVEUR, See St. Jerome.

STE. SCHOLASTIQUE —Dist.

Terrebonne.

Ethier, J. A. G., K.C., M.P.

Lalande, D.

Prevost & Marchand (See

St. Jerome).

STE. THERESE DE BLAIN-

VILLE — Dist. Terrebonne.

Gaudet, B.

ST. TITE, See Three Rivers.

ST. VITAL DE LAMBTON —

Dist. Reauce.

Guindon, J. L. N.

SHAWINIGAN FALLS —Dist.

Three Rivers.

Paquette, A. E., K.C.

SHAWVILLE, See Rryson.

SHERBROOKE — Dist. St.

Francois.

Rachand, G. E.

Relanger, Louis C., K.C.

Cabana, C. C.

Campbell & Gendron. F.

Campbell, K.C, L. N. A.,

—Gendron.

Cate, Wells & White. C

Walter Cate, K.C, J. P.

Wells, C D. White.

Duffet, H. J.

Forest, Lionel.

Fraser, Macdonald & Rugg.

H. R. Fraser, K.C, R.

Macdonald, K.C, F. S.

Rugg.


sherbrooke Continued.

Lawronce, Morris A Mc-

Iver. II l> I

i.i. B w . M »n

w r I

Molver, B

Lemay, J. H.

Leonard A Juneau, .i.

Desilets,

. J, \.

Duplessis, N I. . I

GuJllel a f. p

Quillet, i. >rd,

hand, B.

Martel. P. \, K.C.

M.'MlMf, (i . i

Paquin, f,. n.

Robichon, 0. n.

Tessier A Lacoursiere. J.

\ Tessier, K.C, P. \

Laooureii

THURSO, See Buckingham.

trois pistoles, See

erville.

UPTON, See Waterloo.

VALCOURT, See Waterloo.

VALLEYFIELD — Dist. Beauharnois.

Brossoit, Numa E., B.C.L. .

Codebecq, L.

Laurondeau, J. G., K C

Logault, J. A.

Papineau, L. J., K.C.

Plante, A., K.C.

varennes, See Montreal.

VAUDREUIL—Dist. Beauh.irnnjs.

Brossoit, Numa E., B.C.L

(See Valleyfielfl).

VERCHERES, See Montmnl.

VERDUN, See Montreal.

VICTORIAVILLE — Dist \rthabaska.

Laliberte, w.

VILLE MARIE — Dist. Pontiac.

Cherrier, Andre.

WAKEFIELD, See Hull.

WARWICK, See Drummondville.

WATERLOO —Dist. Bedford.

Clnuthior, R.

Jaeques, J. a.

Nutting, C. A., K

WATERVILLE, See Sherbrooke.

weedon, See Richmond.

WEST BROME. veetshurg.

WEST SHEFFORD, See

Sweetsburg.

WINDSOR MILLS, See Richmond.

YAMACHICHE, See Three

Rivers.


156 BAILIFFS.

QUEBEC BAILIFFS

Note.—The following list of selected Bailiffs has been compiled

with the assistance of a local representative in each District, further

supplemented by a number of Advocates throughout the Province.

Reference to the Canada Legal Directory when using the list would

tend toward getting good results, as Bailiffs of whom we receive

complaints are struck from the list.

Acton Vale,

St. Hyacinthe.

Prevost, Ed.

Albanel,

Roberval.

Langevin, J. E.

Alma,

Roberval.

Verreault, Ged

Amqui,

Rimouski.

Dionne, R.

Langlais, J. 0.

Pineau, F. R.

Ancienne Lorette,

Quebec.

Hamel, P.

Angers,

Ottawa.

Richer, J.

Anse St. Jean,

Chicoutimi.

Perron, D.

Armagh,

Quebec.

Moreau, Ph.

Arthabaska,

Arthabaska.

Beaudette, L. P.

Bergeron, A.

Garneau, H.

Houle, Prime.

Auckland,

St. Francois.

Lemieux, J.

Bagotville,

Chicoutimi.

Potvin, A.

Baie St. Paul,

Saguenay.

Cimon, E.

Girard, H.

Baieville,

Richelieu.

Martel, D.

Batiscan,

Trois Rivieres.

Cossette, P.

Beauceville,

Beauce.

Larochelle, A.

Beauharnois,

Beauharnois.

Laberge, A.

Bedford,

Bedford.

Bailey, Cyrus S.

Campbell, E.

Belceil,

Montreal.

Vigneau, Ant. M.

Berthier,

Joliette.

Courchenes, H.

Black Lake,

Arthabaska.

Lagueux, Geo.

Bolton Centre,

Bedford.

Mooney, I. E.

Bonaventure,

Gaspe.

Tremblay, C.

Bon Desir,

Saguenay.

Simard, E.

Brome,

Bedford.

St. Martin, W.

Bromptonville,

St. Francois.

Denault, Jos.

Broughton West,

Arthabaska.

Lemieux, N.

Bryson,

Pontiac.

Robertson, E.

Buckingham,

Ottawa.

Cummings, J. C.

Bury,

St. Francois.

Cowling, W. H.

O'Brien, C.

Cap des Rosiers,

Gaspe.

Smith, M.

Caplin River,

Gaspe.

Poirier, P.

Cap St. Ignace,

Montmagny,

Fortin, Jos.

Guimont, M.

Cap Sante,

Quebec.

Delisle, S.

Carillon,

Terrebonne.

Bryerton, J.

Carleton,

Gaspe.

Allard, N.

Causapscal,

Rimouski.

Rioux, J. Arthur.

Morissette, V. 0.

Cedar Hall,

Rimouski.

Rousseau, C.

Chambord,

Roberval.

Fortin, N.

Chapeau,

Pontiac.

Smith, E. J.

Chatboro,

Terrebonne.

Donaldson, J.

Chateau Richer,

Quebec.

Gravel, E.

Cheneville,

Ottawa.

Chevrier, J. H.

Chesham,

St. Francois

Lussier, Wilfrid.

Chicoutimi,

Chicoutimi.

Couture, L. 0.

Martin, Geo.

Menard, S.

Clarenceville,

Bedford.

Ledoux, J.

Coaticook,

St. Francois.

Beaufort, J. S.

Humphrey, S. B.

Lebourveau, S. C.

Compton,

St. Francois.

Paige, W. W.

Cookshire,

St. Francois.

Flaws, G.

Cross Point,

Gaspe.

Day, I.


ille,

Barlow, J. J.

Bennett, < harles.

Lafranee,

anions,

beo.

Louie.

Douville, A.

imbault,

t>ee.

Paquin, E. F.

i-'li.

51 Pi

Boulanger, L. A.

(Qualified ;ils for Dist.

Artnabaslca)

kson, James.

•WI1,

spe.

ludin., D.

Drummondville,

Arthabaska.

Gauthier, Victor.

Robert, A.

Dud swell,

Praneois.

Newman, A.

Dundee,

Beauharnois.

Morris, W. P.

Dunham,

Bedford.

Lewis, H. H.

a us,

Praneois.

Burns. J.

Ehoulements,

Desgagnes,

VIlleneuv<

Farnham,

Bedford.

J. 0.

Jasmin, J. Bte.

Portelana .

Formo Neuve,

Ottawa

.

P.

\

Bohomior, .7. Bte.

Fort Cnulonge,

Pontiar.

Mulligan, IT.

klin Centre,

iharnois.

v

Praservflle,

Baillnrtro. \V

Chamberland, A. V.

Doucet, B. A.

Martin, P. E.

Prelighsbu

Van Antwi rp, I

by,

On

Joncas, L.

\.

!. B.

QUBBEC. L57

Lilly,

Troll Riviei

Poliquin, J.

fleld,

(»(! I

roler, B.

Granny,

Bedford.

Pare, O. N.

Grand M<

Trots Rivii

Aubry, Oscar.

LapaUce, Adam.

Grande Eliviere,

Gaspo.

Mills, iv

Ham Nord,

Francois.

Boulanger, 0.

Verville, J.

Ham Sud,

St. Praneois.

Lamoureux, P.

Hebertville,

Roberval.

Hudon, Aug.

Ouellet, Vict.

Hebertville Station,

Robp.rval.

Larnucho, V. U.

77emmingford,

Beauharnois.

Kennedy, G. A.

Hull,

Ottawa.

Couture, .7. E.

Charbonneau, A. Z.

Cousineau, Jos.

de Coeli, 7,.

Groulx, 0.

Huntingdon,

Beauharnois.

Lorrain, D. D.

IIp aux Coudres,

Saguenay.

D.esbiens, M.

lie Verte,

Kamouraska.

Gauvreau, E.

Tnvornoss,

Arthnhnskn.

Rousseau, t.

Jeune Lon

•,.(•.

Richard, J.

Jollette,

Joliette.

Guilbault, .7. 0. v

Levesojue, \if.

Martel, I

0.

tdeau, f. m.

Jonojuien

Gnieoutimi.

D, J. B.

Kan

- il, C. T.

Katun i

Teeplcs, Con.

K-inpt Hoad,

Ferland, P.

Knowlton.

Bedford.

w.

He,

Ottv

I, G.

Mandevflle, A.

Marinier, N.

i. ic au Saumon,

Rimouski.

Bourque, P.

7,achute,

Terrebonne.

Lavigne, J.

Lac Megantic,

St. Francois.

Charest, J. H.

Fournlep, G.

Lemay, James.

7,acolle,

Iborville.

Corbiere, P. E.

Lac Ste. Marie,

. Ottawa.

7J egault, A.

7A\nnonciation,

Ottawa.

Clement, R.

La Patrie,

St. Francois.

Halle, J. E.

Vincent, H.

(Constable for

Dist. St. Francois.)

Lapralrie,

Montreal.

Refer to Montreal.)

I.* \--omption,

Joliette.

Gourre, Joseph.

La Tuque,

Troia Rivier<

Potvin, P.

Tremblay, J. A.

LaurenttdN

J o 1 i •

oas, n.

Lauson,

are, M.

Giroux, P

L 1 \v-nir.

Arthabac

Clontii-r. M.

Fournior. .7. N


158 BAILIFFS.

L'Islet,

Montmagny.

Belanger, J.

Longueuil,

Montreal.

Durocher, J. E.

(See DeCelles &

Durocher, Montreal.)

Louiseville,

Trois Rivieres.

Garon, L. D.

Lyster,

Arthabaska.

Rousseau, A.

Magog,

St. Francois.

Ducharme, W.

Gendron, A.

Gingras, Rene.

Malbaie,

Saguenay.

Brassard, S.

Gagnon, Thos.

Maniwaki,

Ottawa.

Leroux, J. B.

Nault, A. J.

Mansonville,

Bedford.

Bowen, G.

Perkins, Wm. C.

Marbleton,

St. Francois.

Bishop, W. M.

Marieville,

St. Hyacinthe.

Fournier, A.

Maskinonge,

Trois Rivieres.

(Refer to Pont

Maskinonge.)

Masson,

Ottawa.

Sabourin, E.

Matane,

Rimouski.

Charest, V.

Dionne, 0.

Meigh's Corner,

Bedford.

Phelps, H. G.

Melbourne,

St. Francois.

Cox, G. M.

Mille Vaches,

Saguenay.

Tremblay, J. L.

Montcerf,

Ottawa.

(Refer to Maniwaki.)

Mont Louis,

Gaspe.

Laflamme, J.