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TABLE OF APPENDICES.
Appendix No. 1. Expenditure during the fiscal year. Accountant's state
in Public Buildings throughout the Dominion........
Chief Mechanical Engineer's Report.....
St. Maurice District. Superintendent's
Report. 8. do
Ottawa District. Superintending En
gineer's Report....... 9.
Newcastle District. Superintending
Engineer's Report..... do
Staff employed on the various Slides
.5 to 42 20. Superintendents employed on the principal Public Works,
exclusive of Public Buildings and Railways............ .43 to 50 21. Public Works and the Engineers employed the eon from the commencement....
......53 to 89 Part IV.
Appendix No. 22. Canada from the Atlantic to the Pacific, its progress, water
and land routes, having special reference to the North
ern portion of the Dominion now being settled, &c., &c.1 to 253 23. Heads, Deputy-Heads and Chief Officers of the Department, 1841 to 1890......
.....255 to 257
To His Excellency the Right Honourable Sir Frederick Arthur Stanley, Baron Stanley
of Preston, in the County of Lancaster, in the Peerage of Great Britain; Knight Grand Cross of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath ; Governor General of Canada, and Vice Admiral of the same, &c.
MAY IT PLEASE YOUR EXCELLENCY:
In compliance with the requirements of Chapter 36, Section 37, of the Revised Statutes of Canada, I have the honour to submit the Annual Report of the Department of Public Works for the fiscal year ended 30th June, 1890.
This report is divided into four parts; the first contains a statement of the expenditure of the Department, amounting to $5,717,897.75, of which the details will be found in Appendix No. 1, pages 7 to 23, followed by the annual reports of the Chief Architect, Chief Engineer, Chief Mechanical Engineer, the Superintending Officers of the slides, etc., on the different districts, of the Superintendent of the Government Telegraph Service, and of other officers of the Department, as well as statements containing information pertaining to the Department.
The second part contains the reports—with appendices—submitted by the Commission appointed to investigate the causes of the floods at Montreal and vicinity.
In the third part will be found records of Engineers and their Assistants employed on Public Works, exclusive of railways; of Superintendents; and of Public Works and the engineers engaged on them from their commencement.
Part four refers to Canada from the Atlantic to the Pacific, showing its pro-
Public Buildings, their construction and maintenance.
DESCRIPTION OF WORK DONE.
The following is a description of the work done during the fiscal year on Public Buildings, Harbours, Rivers and Dredging, arranged by Provinces.