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The following schedule shows the names of the lessees of grazing lands, the numbers of their ranches, and the areas covered by their leases :

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i Mount Head Ranche Company...... 2 North-West Cattle Company. 3 Ryan & Whitney... 6 Durham Ranche Company. 11 Alexander Begg 15 Sir F. W. de Winton and A. J.

Williams, 16 D. McEachran ............... 16a D. McEachran . 22 Stewart Ranche Company. 26 Cochrane Ranche Company 26 do

do 28 Jones, Inderwick and McCaul 30 Orrin F. Main...... 31 Military Colonization Company..... 33 G. F. Wachter .. 34 Cochrane Ranche Company 35 North-West Cattle Company. 35a Moore & Martin 36 10. W. Martin ... 38 Allfrey & Brooke 40 Jacob Erratt 42 (British American Ranche Co..... 43 do

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do 45 Wells & Brown 48 New Oxley (Canada) Ranche Co... 55 Winder Ranche Co 56 Bell Brothers -... 57 Ives & Sharp 59 New Oxley (Canada) Ranche Co... 20 John Hollies. 62 Brunskill & Geddes 64 Moore & Macdowall. 65 Bell & Patterson ... 66 Michael Gallagher 664) William Julius Hyde... 67 E. H. Maunsell. 74 Sir J.hn Walrond...... 77 New°Oxley (Canada) Ranche Oo... 80 Visc ount Boyle 82 Walrond Ranche Co 87 W. 8. Loe 92 W. G. Conrad ....... 93 Garnett Brothers.. 94 F. W. Godsall 96 W. F. N. Scobie...... 99 Joseph McFarland.. 100 Alfred Lynch Staunton 101 Alberta Ranche Co 104 W. Bell Irving 107 Thos. B. A. Cochrane.................. 108 D. McDougall...... 109 S. E. St. Onge Chapleau....... 111 J. Walter Inge.. 114 Thorpe & Bedelle 119 İNorth-West Land and Grazing Co. 120 M. Oxarart 122 George Alexander 123 Walter 0. Skrine 124 B. M. Godsall... 129 Rev. John McDougall. 130 Union Ranching Oo......... 131 Hand-in-Hand Ranching Oo 132 J. Ick Evans 136 A. J. McKay, 137 Brown Ranche Company... 140 E, Meek .... ............. .......... ......... 141 P. McLaren........

44,000 || 142 Thomas McKay.

50,000 69,000 143 T. P. McHugh & Co ......

9,700 3,000 144 T. H. Logan...

100,000 33,000 145 George Scheetz

100,000 1,440 ||147 E. Hausman.

100,000 148 H. M. Taylor

100,000 15,000 149 P. Doyle

60,000 29,000 150 Potter & Petapiece.

5,100 30,000 11151 F. W. Craig .

11,000 23,000 ||152 John J. Sullivan .......................... 23,000 73,000 ||154 D. McEachran

16,640 60,000 1167 | Allen R. Macdonell

20,800 100,000 ||160 J. K. Kerr.

42, 700 32,000 1161 Lafferty & Martin ....

7,000 70,000 || 163 Ingram & Chambers

1,280 7,000 165 A. O. McKay

76,000 33,000 1 167 Glengarry Ranche Co...... ..... ...... 52,320 55,000 ||176 McDermid & Ross

60,620 33,000 180 John H. Conrad

89,300 59,270 183 Samuel Spencer....

32,000 10,000 ||185 Herbert Samson .....

40,000 5,000 186 T. C. Power & Bro

24,500 100,000 ||187 C. A. Bigger .

11,000 34,000 189 Greely & Wood

8,960 65,000 193 Cypress Cattle Co

38,750 12,000 195 W. Riddell

13,400 80,000 ||197 Walter 0. Skrine

8,700 50,000 || 198 D. 0. Plumb.

66,000 5,000 1201 A Adait.

1,920 6,000 1206 A. D. & F. E. Beveridge.....

4,160 100,000 ||209 Lt.-Col. Irwin ..........

33,000 29,000 ||217 W. Carter ....

100,000 13,000 219 0. W Saunders...

3,040 22,000 ||226 Medicine Hat Ranche Co......... 17,000 6,000 1227 W. L. Nicol ........

4,000 2,600 ||233 G. W Quick

6,972 3,900 236 E W. Murphy.

66,COU 4,480 11240 W. G. Conrad.

32,580 100,000 ||243 Dorr Clarke ........... ..................... 22,000 100,000 11245 Curry Brothers

11,000 6,000 246 F. Barnard ......................

44,000 100,000 ||247 G. Alexander .....................

2,232 25,000 248 A. E. Uross................................ 11,000 100,00 1251 G. L. Broderick...

4,000 20,000 ||252 Thynne & Hole

6,120 20,000 257 A. Niedringhaus..

33,000 12,000 ||259 T. B. H. Cochrane.

39,300 13,000 1260 John Lawrence

640 261 G. M. Annabel.................................

5,700 27,750 || 262 D. 0. Plumb.

33,000 6,280 ||264 G. Alexander...

2,250 61,000 ||265 Jonathan Henderson ................... 1,250 6,000 266 Dixon, Gow & Co.......

6,560 100,000 ||267 (P. Robertson ....

3,200 1,920 ||268 F. W. & J. W. Ings...

7,040 24,000 ||272 W. R. Abbott ......

1,280 24,500 1273 |F. G. Niedringhaus

100,000 11,000 1 277 |A, P. Patrick.

2,560 44,000 278 R. Deacon..

2,880 8,200 280 A. D. Beveridge....

16,650 3 600 1282 Dorr Clarke.........

18,000 7,680 ||284 B. Vanvolkenburgh......

30,000 100,000 ||287 8. L. Bedson..

880 100,000 ||290 A. Vaswell

1,920 66,000 ||297 Dorr Clarke

26,000 88,000 | 305 John 0. Slater............................

320 33,500 ||307 John Quirk .......

11,000 88,000 7,600

Total area in acres......... 4,466,844

8,000

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By an Order in Council dated the 7th of April, 1887, leases of grazing lands in Manitoba and the North-West Territories can be granted poly after public competition, excepting in cases of actual settlers, to each of whom may be leased, without public competition, a tract of land not exceeding four sectioos in area, which tract must, however, be contiguous to the settler's homestead,

The number of horses in Manitoba is reported by the Commissioner of Dominion Lands to be 29,915, cattle 101,681, sheep 12,540, hogs 35,713. Cattle have increased largely in Manitoba and in the settlements upon the North Saskatchewan River,

The following statement shows the total number of cattle, horses and sheep in the Districts of Alberta and Assiniboia, as reported by lessees of ranches, and from information furnished by the Inspector of Ranches, and from other sources:Cattle........

101,382 Horses........

6,924 Sheep..

15,266 Some of the lessees who have cattle upon their ranches have not yet sent in returns, and there are a number of ranchers who have herds of cattle and who do not hold leases from the Government, so that the numbers above given cannot be said to be the full amount of stock in the said districts.

The following is a statement of the correspondence, applications received, and returns examined :Number of letters sent..............

4,400 Number of pages of memoranda and schedules...

1,349
Timber-
Number of berths applied for......

121
Number of Orders in Council authorizing issue of licenses
to cut timber..............

34
Number of licenses for timber berths drawn up..

69
Number of returns from saw-mills received and verified.... 146
Number of returns of surveys of timber berths received and

examined.............
Number of permits issued to cut timber.

1,629 Grazing

Namber of applications for grazing lands received ............ 149
Number of leases of grazing lands authorized to be issued..
Number of leases of grazing lands issued .......

45
Number of permits to cut hay issued by Dominion Lands
Agents............

762
Mining-
Number of applications for coal locations received

69
Number of coal locations of 320 acres and less sold ............. 4
Number of applications for mining locations other than coal 62
Number of entries for mining locations by Dominion Lands
Agents.......

57
Number of mining locations other than coal sold.......

2 Number of stone quarries applied for

8 Number of mill sites applied for......

14
Number of applications for water power....

3
I have the honor to be, Sir,
Your obedient servant,

G. U. RYLEY,

Clerk of Timber, Mineral and Grazing Lands. A. M. BURGESS, Esq-, Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.

Ottawa.

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STATEMENT of Receipts on account of Crown Timber, for the twelve months ending

the 31st October, 1887.

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Doduct $13, amount collected on account of School Lands in June, 1886.....

13 00

School Lands .....

77,871 91 1,935 80

Total....

79,807 71

• $6.50 included for dues on timber cut from School Lands, which amount will be deducted from the revenue from the year ending the 31st October, 1888, and credited to “School Land Account."

G. U. RYLEY,

Clerk of Timber, Mines and Grazing Lands. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,

OTTAWA, 31st October, 1887.

STATEMENT of Receipts on Account of Grazing, Hay and Mineral Lands, for the

twelve months ending the 31st October, 1887.

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A.-STATEMENT showing Receipts on account of Timber, Grazing, Hay and Mineral Lands, commencing with the Departmental

Year 1872-73 and ending the 31st October, 1887.

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662 05 1,347 00 3,146 00

387 00

320 00
1,820 00
3,388 15
31,339 95
44,524 17
85,984 86
170,466 82
105,157 05

84,956 16
119,825 94
119,479 72

2,009 05 5 165 05 5,542 06 5,862 06 7,682 05 11,070 20 42, 110 15 86,934 32 172,919 18 343,385 00 448,543 05 633,499 21 653,325 15 772,801 87

95 72 43 19 46 98 27 78 4 21

Grazing Lands.

From 1st November to 31st

October each Year.

Timber
Dues.

Hay Dues.

Rents and

Bonuses
from Coal
Lands.

Royalty
Mining Fees. from Stone

Quarried.

Totals.

Totals added

from
Year to Year.

Cash.

Scrip.

1872-73
1873–74
1874-75
1875-76
1876-77
1877–78
1878-79
1879-80
1880-81
1881-82
1882-83
1883–84
1884-86
1885-86
1886-87

662 06
1,347 00
3,146 00

387 00

320 00
1,820 00
3,388 15
31,339 95
44,524 17
75,781 26
150,712 27
93.765 86
63,533 84
70,927 70
77,871 91

10,123 60
18,778 83
10,642 50
20,342 74
26,723 72
11,528 77

80 00
880 00
541 3)
150 00
40 00

135 20

481 60 1,303 45 1,796 60

20,613 29
28,048 33

29 00
401 00
190 00
230 00

Totals....

619,627 16

98,140 16

48,661 62

3,716 75

1,691 30

850 00

217 88

772,804 87

Nors.-$80 in scrip included in total received for bay dueg.

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