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Extract: Indian Affairs Annual Report (1903) | Surnames: Boucher, Boudras, Bourget, Brosseau, Demers, Dorais, Jacobs, Laberge, Mallette, Mercier, Viau

Index: Newspaper Clippings & Other Extracts Related To Kahnawà:ke

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Surnames: Boucher, Boudras, Bourget, Brosseau, Demers, Dorais, Jacobs, Laberge, Mallette, Mercier, Viau

45. – IROQUOIS OF CAUGHNAWAGA, QUE. DR. CR.
Capital $ cts. $ cts.
Balance, July 1, 1902 11,668 36
Charlemagne and Lac Oreau Lumber Co., timber dues 216 32
St. Lawrence and Atlantic Ry., payment on 75 acres land 175 00
Management Fund, percentage on collections, 10 p.c. on $241.32 24 13
P. Parques, for improvements on land taken by St. L. and A.R.R 150 00
Transfer to current account to cover over-expenditure 157 46
Balance, June 30, 1903 11,728 09
12,059 68 12,059 68
Current Account
Interest: 6 p.c. on $1,040; 3 p.c. on $10,628.36 381 25
A. Brosseau, censitaire rents collected 404 21
Rent of farms: A. Boucher, $35; A. Boudras, $70; J.B. Bourget, $45; E. Demers, $125; A. Dorais, $60; H. Dorais, $50; J.B. Laberge, $130; P. Laberge, $45; T. Laberge, $75; J.B. Mallette, $220; A. Viau, $140 995 00
Management Fund, percentage on collections, 6 p.c. on $1,399.21 83 95
Salary of missionary (page J – 17), $75; organist, $25; gatekeeper, $48 148 00
Wilfrid Mercier, K.C., commission on rents collected 82 61
Travel of Indians, $95.90; expenses with school children, $130.74 226 64
Measuring lots and enforcing by-law re commons 38 94
Services of interpreters, $17.50; services of crier, $3.25 20 75
Measuring stone, $71.81; presiding at election, $7.50 19 31
Maintenance of Indian in asylum, $114 114 00
Maintenance in jail, $2.25; gunpowder for coronation day, $4 6 25
Rents distributed, $745; fruit trees, 17, $17 762 00
Burying dead cows, $5; coffin, $3.50; cleaning council house, $1 9 50
Repairing fence around common: labour, 168 hrs., $35.74; man and horse, 3 1/2 d., $8.75; barbed wire, 127 lbs., $4.60; hinges and bolts, $3; lumber and posts, $4.85; small items, $4.22 61 16
Roadwork: men and teams, $73.40; labourers, $125.61; lumber, $26.58; nails, 45c.; provisions for men, 411.94; P. Jacobs, repairing bridge, $5 242 98
School books and stationery 61 83
Transfer from capital account to cover over-expenditure 157 46
1,937 92 1,937 92

Source: Dominion of Canada Annual Report for the Department of Indian Affairs for the Year Ended June 30 1903

 

 

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