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Salary of the Speaker of the Legislative Council, for the year 1851...
of the Clerk (provided that no additional Income shall be paid the said Clerk

in the form of fees, perquisites, or contingencies).
of the Assistant Clerk and French Translator...
of the Law Clerk..
of the Chaplain and Librarian
of the Gentleman Usher of the Black Rod..
of the Sergeant at Arms..
of the Head Messenger.

of the Door Keeper..
Salaries of three Messengers to the Legislative Council, at Forty-five pounds each,

for the Session of 1851...
Contingent Expenses of the Legislative Council, for the year 1851.

Legislative Assembly.
Salary of the Speaker of the Legislative Assembly, for the year 1851.

of the Clerk...
of the Assistant Clerk....
English Translator and Law Clerk.
French Translator..
Clerk of the Crown in Chancery.

Sergeant at Arms..
Contingent Expenses of the Legislative Assembly (exclusive of Indemnity to Mem-

bers)...
Pensions to Officers of the late Legislative Bodies of Upper and Lower Canada.

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Pension of William Ginger as late Sergeant at Arms to the Legislative Council of
Lower Canada, for the year 1851......

Louis Noreau, do do Messenger, do do
Pierre Lacroix, do do do
Louis B. Pinguet, as late Clerk of Committees of the House of Assembly.
Samuel Waller of do do
William Coates, do Writing Clerk to the do of Upper Canada.
François Rodrigue, do Messenger to the do of Lower Canada.
John Bright,

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do do to the Legislative Council of Upper Canada. Louis Gagné, do do to the House of Assembly of Lower Canada.

460 13 4

Olher Pensions.

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150 00

Pension of Jacques Brien for wounds received in the Public Service for the year 1851

Mrs. Margaret Powell, as late Keeper of the Public Offices, Toronto, do
Allowance to do in lieu of rooms occupied by her in the Public Buildings at

Toronto.
Mrs. McDonell, on her claim for dower on certain property taken by

Government through the Welland Canal Commissioners, during her

life, for the year 1851.
Antoine Hamel and his wife, for the use of their land on Anticosti, for
the service of the Trinity House.

Hospitals and other Charities.
Rolief to Foundlings and Indigent Sick Persons in the District of Quebec, for the

year 1851......
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of Three-Rivers do Aid to the Corporation of the General Hospital at Montreal, for the year 1851....

Managers of the Protestant Female Orphan Asylum at Quebec, do
Ladies' Benevolent Society of Montreal for Widows and Orphans, do
Roman Catholic Orphan Asylum at Quebec, do
Montreal Protestant Orphan Asylum, do
Male Orphan Asylum at Quebec, do
Charitable Association of the Ladies of the Roman Catholic Asylum at

Montreal, do

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Hospitals and other Charities.-Continued.
Aid to the University Lying-in Hospital at Montreal, for the year 1851.....

Lying-in Hospital under the care of the Seurs de la Miséricorde do
Aid towards the support of the Lunatic Asylum at Toronto do
Aid to the Temporary Lunatic Asylum at Beauport near Quebec, do
Temporary Lunatic Asylum at Beauport near Quebec, balance due on the expendi-

ture of last year.....
Aid to the Hamilton Hospital, for the year 1851,

Toronto General Hospital, do

Toronto House of Industry, do
Aid for the relief of Indigent Sick at Kingston, do
Aid to the Kingston General Hospital, do

Various Public Institutions.
Aid to the Medical Faculty of McGill College at Montreal, for the year 1851...
School of Medicine at Montreal,

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do “ Quebec,

do.... Literary and Historical Society at Quebec,

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do. Natural History Society at Montreal,

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do... Mechanics’ Institute at Quebec,

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do. at Montreal,

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do.... at Kingston,

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do.. at Toronto

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do. at London, Canada West,

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do.. at Niagara,

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do.. Athenæum at Toronto,

do. Provincial Agricultural Associatiou of Upper Canada, do do..

of Lower Canada, do

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Contingent Expenses of the Administration of Justice.

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Contingent Expenses of the Administration of Justice in Upper and Lower Canada

not otherwise provided for, for the year 1851...
Towards the Support of the Provincial Penitentiary at Kingston..
Salaries of four Judges in Lower Canada, over and above those provided for in the

Civil List......
Addition to the Salary of the Provincial Judge of the District of St. Francis.

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39194 90

Miscellaneous Items.

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Towards paying the Salary of the Deputy Provincial Registrar and French Translator

to Government, for the year 1851... Allowance of Keepers of Depôts of Provisions on the River St. Lawrence for the relief

of shipwrecked persons Purchase of Provisions for the Depôts on the River St. Lawrence. Allowance to Pierre Brochu, for residing on Kempt Road, to assist Travellers on that

road..... " to Jonathan Noble for

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do.
Printing the Laws and other Printing for the Public Service..
Distribution of the Laws
Ordinary repairs, alterations, rent, insurance, and care of Public Buildings.
To meet unforseen Expenses in the various Branches of the Public Service..
Contingent Expenses of the Office of the Clerk of the Crown in Chancery.
Proportion of this Province of the expense of keeping up Light Houses on the Isles of

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St. Paul and Scatterie in the Gulph of St. Lawrence.
To defray the Expenses of the Commissioners who may be appointed under the

authority of the Act 9 Vic. Cap. 38, for enquiring into matters connected with the

Public Service, and taking evidence on Oath..
To defray the Expenses of the Observatory at Quebec..
Salary of W. R. Wright as Clerk of the Provincial Secretary.
Addition to the Salary of J. Drysdale, Clerk in the Office of Inspector General.
Salary of the Messenger in the Office of the Provincial Registrar....
Additional Salary of Five Messengers—two for the Office of the Provincial Secre-

tary-one for the Governor's Secretary,-one for the Receiver General,--and one
for the Inspector General, at Ten Pounds each..

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Salary of the Secretary of the Board of Statistics...
Aid for the Parliamentary Library for the year 1851
Salary of the Clerk attached to the Inspector General's Department, resident in Que-

bec, to look after the interests of the Crown in respect of the Loans made to the

sufferers by the great fires in that city, in 1845....
Salary of a Clerk in the Customs Branch of the Inspector General's Department, at|

Ten Shillings per diem..
Salaries of two other extra Clerks in the Customs Branch of the Inspector General's

Department, at £150 each.
Addition to the salary of C. E. Anderson, Confidential Clerk in the Receiver General's

Office...
Salary of the Keeper of the Parliamentary Buildings at Quebec.
To pay John Arthur Roebuck, Esquire, in full compensation for his services as Agent

to the late House of Assembly of Lower Conada...
To compensate W. L. Mackenzie, Esquire, for his services as a Director of the Wel-

land Canal Company in 1835, he having been appointed as such by the House of Assembly of Upper Canada, in accordance with an Act of the Provincial

Parliament.... To

pay to the Executors of the late Robert Randall, in remuneration of services rendered by him to the Province of Upper Canada, the same being voted to him by

the House of Assembly of that Province. For opening a Road to the tract of Land laid apart for Schools, the same to be

refunded by the settlers.... To enable the Government to pay the purchase money of a lot of land for Mrs.

Martha Wilson and her children, of the Township of Wellesley, widow of the
late John H. Wilson, who was murdered whilst in execution of a Magistrate's

Warrant...
For arrears of Circuit Allowance due to the representatives of the late George Pyke,

formerly Judge of the King's Bench al Montreal..
To enable the Government to indemnify certain Public Officers, Clerks, &c., whose

salaries do not exceed Four Hundred Pounds, for the losses sustained by them on the removal of the Public Departments of Government from Montreal to Toronto in November of 1849, in consequence of being subjected to the payment

of double rents, &c... Towards Expenses of the Industrial Exhibition in London.. To satisfy the claims of Joseph Turton, Contractor for the erection of the Parliament

Buildings at Toronto, the same having been acknowledged on three occasions

by the Assembly of Upper Canada.. To pay the salaries of W. B. Jarvis, and J. McLean, Sheriffs of the late Home and

Midland Districts, for four years, at One Hundred Pounds Sterling each per

annum....
For the maintenance of Tow-Boats on the River St. Lawrence, for the year 1851.
Building a residence for the Governors, at Toronto, and repairs to the Parliament

Buildings...
Rent of Public Buildings, &c....
Alterations and repairs to Spencer Wood at Quebec....
Purchase of Spencer Wood at Quebec for the Province.
Balance of expenses of removal to Toronto.....
Expenses of removal to Quebec...
Fitting up the General Post Office..
Expenses of maintaining the Rural Police in the District of Three-Rivers..
Expenses of Inquiry into the state of the Montreal Provident and Savings' Bank.

Education, Upper Canada.
Aid to Upper Canada College for the year 1851..
Victoria College

do do Queen's College

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do Regiopolis College, Kingston, do For the Toronto Academy, one half to be paid in 1851, and the other half in 1852..

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Lower Canada.

Salary of the Secretary of the Royal Institution for the Advancement of Learning for

the year 1851..

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Education-Lower Canada.-Continued. Allowance to the Secretary to the Royal Institution for a messenger and contingencies.. heretofore made to the Master of the Grammar School

at Montreal, now
allowed to the Directors of the High School in that City, in considera-

tion of their educating twenty free scholars.....
heretofore made to the Master of the Grammar School at Quebec, now

allowed to the Directors of the High School in that City, in con-
sideration of their educating twenty free scholars..... £282 48. 6d.
Less, amount of Pension £111 25. 2d., paid to the Rev. R. R.

Burrage, formerly Master of that School.
Aid to the National School at Quebec.

at Montreal..
Society of Education at Quebec.
British and Canadian School at Quebec..
Education Society at Three-Rivers....
British and Canadian School at Montreal.
St. Andrew's School at Quebec....
St. Jacques School at Montreal...
Montreal American Presbyterian Free School.
College of Ste. Anne de la Pocatière...

of St. Hyacinthe.
of L'Assomption..

of Chambly..
Academy at Berthier....

at Charlestown..
Shefford Academy.
Stanstead Seminary.
Sherbrooke Academy..
Granby Academy.
Bedford School..
Three-Rivers Academy..
British North American School Society at Sherbrooke....
High School at Durham Village, Missisquoi..
Infant School at Quebec....
Female School at Indian Lorette, near Quebec.
Indian School at Caughuawaga.

at St. Regis.

at St. Francis
College at Ste. Thérèse.

at Nicolet.
Bishop's College at Lennoxville.
Joliette College....
Clarenceville Academy.
Mason College, Terrebonne.

Rigaud College, Vaudreuil..
For the College of St. Hyacinthe, as an aid to the building of the new College.

at Ste. Thérèse do do

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SCHEDULE.Continued.

A sum not

exceeding PUBLIC WORKS.

Currency.

£ 8. d. Expenditure on the Welland Canal for the year 1851....

19499 4 0 Lachine Canal......

28789 00 Beauharnois Canal...

13780 0 0 Cornwall Canal......

8513 0 0 Williamsburg Canal..

12459 0 0 Junction Canal.......

35000 0 0 16 River Richelieu..........

450000 16 Ottawa Works............

1812 0 0 Survey of the St. Lawrence Rapids and Temiscouata Road...

1800 0 0 Expenditure on Light Houses from Lake St. Louis to Lake St. Clair..

3250 0 0 " on Melbourne Bridge.......

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78 11 2 For Lights, Piers, fc.-viz : Pier and Light at Father Point or Rimouski, for the year 1851...

7500 0 0 Rivière-du-Loup, do

6000 0 0 Pointe aux Orignaux,

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5500 0 0 Berthier,

4000 0 0 Beacon or Bell Buoy, Gun and Keepers' Residence at Maniconagan Shoal or at Little Métis, for the year 1851.......

600 0 0 Light House at Cape Rosier, for the year 1851...

6000 0 0 Pier and Light at Les Eboulements, do do ......

5000 0 0 to Malbaie, do do ..

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15000 0 Awards, Damages and Expenses of Arbitrations..........

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2. Upon the Estimate accompanying the Message of His Excellency, bearing date

6th August, 1851.

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To make good various indispensable expenses of the Civil Government incurred

during the year 1850, as detailed in statement number 33 of the Public Accounts

of that year laid before the Legislature.... Payment of New Indian Annuities for the year 1851...... Balance of portion of Expenses of Survey of Halifax and Quebec Rail-way, to be

borne by Canada........................................... Balance of Grant for this service made in 1847, unexpended...... £1127 3 2 Amount of do do do 1849, do ...... 6322 1 4

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Additional sum now required .......
To defray the final balance of Expenses of the Commission of Enquiry into the state

of the Montreal Provident and Savings Bank.......
To defray the grant for the British North American Electric Telegraph Association. ..
To pay the additional grant for the Parliamentary Library to be charged in the
estimate for 1852 ..........

.......... To defray the estimated expense for the protection of the Fisheries in the Gulf of St.

.. Lawrence, for the year 1851.... To defray the additional Grant for the Provincial Agricultural Association of Lower

Canada................................................................ .... In Aid of L'Académie Industrielle at St. Laurent............................... .. ... To enable Her Majesty to extend an aid of Fisty Pounds to each of the Mechanics'

Institutes at Hamilton, Belleville, Brockville, Bytown, Cobourg, Perth, Picton,

Guelph, Simcoe and Woodstock.................... Gratuity to Dr. Rees for injury sustained by him in the Lunatic Asylum... - For the erection of the Toronto Post Office, and for the purchase of a Site.....

" Slides on the River St. Maurice...

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