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Material from RG 15 B2a Vol.159 f.141376 (part 1).

  • Consists of the following:From William Pearce to H.H. Smith, Commissioner of Dominion Lands, re squatters on bottom lands along rivers preventing stock from reaching water. — September 10, 1885
  • Petition of Northwest Stock Association against squatters. — March 1, 1886
  • Memos from William Pearce re above petition. — March 6 and March 10, 1886
  • Petition against overstocking squatters on bottom lands. — October 9, 1886
  • From William E. Cochrane complaining of overstocking. — October 21, 1886
  • From William Pearce re complaints about ranching and cattle interests in the northwest. — November 1, 1886
  • From C.E.D. Wood, secretary of CNWT Stock Association, re recommendations; includes Pearce’s comments. — December 3, 1886
  • From D. McEachran re overstocking and reserving of grazing lands. — August 5, 1887
  • From F.L. Stimson, manager of the North-West Cattle Company, re American cattle crossig border; includes extracts from reports of Powder River Company agents. — September 1, 1887
  • Interior department correspondence re CNWT Stock Association petition. — January 9, 1887
  • Report of committee of Privy Council re Stock Association memorial. — March 19, 1888

Material from RG 15 B2a Vol.159 f.141376 (part2).

  • Consists of the following:From William Pearce re map showing stock-watering and shelter reserves. — March 14, 1895
  • From William Pearce to S. Carter, [Fort] Macleod squatter on J.R. Craig lease. — April 13, 1895
  • From W.M. Gunn, Livingstone, Alberta requesting information on behalf of small ranchers. — April 21, 1895
  • Petition of ranchers of Livingstone district complaining about order-in-council defining water rights. — April 27, 1895
  • From William Pearce re comments on Livingstone district ranchers’ complaints. — June 17, 1895
  • Copy of letter to William Pearce re water privileges of Pincher Creek settlers. — June 25, 1895
  • From D. McEachran to William Pearce re water rights for Walrond Ranch. — July 23, 1895
  • From William Pearce to A.M. Nanton of Canada Lands Commission re lands within Quorn Ranche and adjacent lands proposed to be reserved for stock watering and shelter purposes. — August 17, 1895

Material from RG 15 B2a Vol.160 f.141376.

  • Consists of the following:Petition of Alberta ranchers submitted to William Pearce requesting specific lands reserved for stock watering. — January 28, 1896
  • From William Pearce to Messrs. Osler, Hammond and Nanton re stock watering reservaton for North-West Cattle Company. — May 7, 1896
  • From A. Collins to Frank Oliver enquiring about stock watering. — August 3, 1896
  • From William E. Cochrane to William Pearce complaining about fencing off of bottom land. — August 22, 1896
  • From William Pearce to J. Wilson of the Blood Agencey advising him to leave bottom land open. — September 15, 1896
  • From Frank Oliver re resolution of Western Stock Growers’ Association re stock watering reserves. — January 7, 1897
  • From William Pearce re reserved land for stock watering. — February 2, 1897
  • Memo re resolutions of Wester Stock Growers’ Association. — Feburary 19, 1897
  • From F.L. Stimson to Frank Oliver re stock watering and shelter reserves. — June 23, 1897
  • From William Pearce re reserves. — June 26, 1897
  • Stock watering reserve for North-West Cattle Company and F.A. Estcourt and R. Gervais homesteads. — July 6, 1897
  • From R.G. Mathews to Frank Oliver re Gervais homestead. — July 29, 1897
  • From Frank Oliver re Western Stock Growers’ Association application for reserved lands. — August 6, 1897
  • From James A. Smart to Frank Oliver re Western Stock Growers’ Association (WSGA) request for reserved lands. — August 21, 1897
  • From D.W. March, secretary of WSGA re reserves for stock watering, shelter and drift-ways. — November 11, 1897
  • From William Pearce re reservations. — June 1, 1898
  • From D.W. Marsh to Williiam Pearce re WSGA recommendations. — July 12, 1898
  • From A.B. Macdonald to William Pearce re stock watering and shelter reserves. — July 25, 1898

Material from RG 15 B2a Vol.161 f.141376.

  • Consists of the following:Memo from James A. Smart to Dominion Lands Office re E.W. Burley’s report on stock watering reservations. — August 14, 1901
  • From Frank Oliver to Dominion Lands Commissioner (DLC) re selling water by tender. — March 26, 1902
  • From Frank Oliver to DLC re charging $5 per acre for stock watering land. — April 8, 1902
  • From W.W. Stuart, Inspector of Ranches, to DLC objecting to tenders for stock watering reserves. — January 13, 1904
  • From W.W. Stuart re selling sotck watering reserves by auction. — March 28, 1904
  • From R.H. Campbell re above. — October 3, 1905
  • From W.W. Stuart re above. — December 23, 1905

Material from RG 15 B2a Vol.162 f.141376 (part 6).

  • Consists of the following:From Interior department to R.H. Campbell re auction sales of cancelled stock watering reserves. — July 27, 1906
  • Memo to R.H. Campbell re above. — August 7, 1906
  • Memo re above. — May 11, 1909
  • From Joseph L. Sloane, Cayley, Alberta, complaining of stock watering reserves. — November 10, 1909

Material from RG 15 B2a Vol.164 f.141376].

  • Consists of the following:Department memo re auction of cancelled stock watering reserves. — December 1, 1916
  • Article on conference on farmer water supply taken from Farmers’ Advocate. — July 11, 1917
  • Department memo re sales and auctions of cancelled stock watering lands. — July 30, 1917
  • Department memos re policy of handling cancelled stock watering reserves. — May 6 and May 18, 1918
  • From Commissioner of Dominion Lands (CDL) re cancelled watering reserves. — June 13, 1918
  • Department memo re above. — October 5, 1918
  • From CDL re policy towards both uncancelled and cancelled stock watering reserves. — October 22, 1918
  • Department memo re Reclamation Service Inspection of stock watering reserves. — May 11, 1920
  • Department mem re policy towards stock watering reserves. — May 20, 1920
  • From J. Cordukes re above. — May 28, 1920
  • Department memo re differences between Timber and Grazing Branch and Reclamation Service re cancelled watering reserves. — June 15, 1920

Material from RG 15 B2a Vol.170 f.145330 (part 1).

  • Consists of the following:Draft of department letter re release of leased grazing lands. — September 1885
  • Copy of Privy Council Committee report re cancellation of grazing land leases. — September 10, 1885
  • Draft of department letter re surrendering grazing leases. — December 4, 1885
  • Department memo re cancellation of grazing leases. — December 22, 1885
  • From George Olds to C. Drinkwater re American companies leasing Canadian land. — February 26, 1886
  • From C. Drinkwater re above letter. — February 26, 1886
  • Department correspondence re cancellaton of grazing leases. — May 3, 1886
  • Department memo re regulations for grazing leases. — February 13, 1888

Material from RG 15 B2a Vol.171 f.145330 (part 2).

  • Consists of the following:Extract of letter from William Pearce re settlers on Quorn Ranch lease. — May 7, 1889
  • From William Pearce re settlement within grazing leases. — [?] 1889
  • Regulations e grazing land and hay lands. — September 17, 1889
  • Department correspondence from Mayne Daly, Minister of the Interior, re rental rate of grazing leases. — April 11, 1893
  • Department correspondence re above. — December 1893
  • Department memo from J.A. Cote re circular on ranching lands. — March 10, 1894
  • Department correspondence re ranch companies. — September 29, 1894
  • Re Selling Cochrane Ranche the school land in their tract. — June 13, 1895
  • Draft of letter from A.M. Burgess to William Pearce re selling school lands to ranches. — June 1, 1895
  • From William Pearce re leasing grazing land on Crow Indian reserve, Montana. — October 22, 1896
  • Department memo re stockmen using Calgary and Edmonton Railway and Canadian Pacific Railway lands for grazing. — April 6, 1897

Material from RG 15 B2a Vol.174 f.145330 (part 3).

  • Consists of the following:Petition of settlers of High River and Sheep Creek districts complaining of large ranchers south of High River driving their cattle north of the town. — February 1897
  • From R.A. Wallace, High River, to Frank Oiver complaining about large ranches. — November 30, 1897
  • From Frank Oliver re small and large ranches. — December 21, 1897
  • From Frank Oliver re petition of High River and Sheep Creek settlers. — August 24, 1898
  • From John Kemmis, Livingstone, complaining about taxing leased school lands. — April 11, 1899
  • From James Smart, Deputy Minister of the Interior, to E.L. Newcombe, Deputy Minister of Justice, re taxation of leased lands by municipalities. — April 28, 1899
  • Petition of residents and ranchers of Assiniboia re amenging lease and ranching regulations. — Feburary 1901
  • Department correspondence re R.G. Mathews’ suggestions re changes in management of grazing lands. — May 1, 1901
  • Department memo re grazing lands. — August 14, 1901
  • From W.T. Warner re flooded hay lands of the grazing leases in Moose Mountain district. — June 30, 1902
  • From W.T. Warner re tax on grazing lands. — June 30, 1902
  • From department to F.H. Peachey, Plume Creek, re petition requesting changes to administration of grazing lands. — August 6, 1902
  • From Ernest Peachey complaining of government policy not allowing ranchers to buy, lease ro homestead government land. — December 4, 1903
  • From George Lane to J.W. Greenway, Commission or Dominion Lands, re refusal of government to sell large tracts of land for grazing purposes. — June 1, 1904
  • From Frank Oliver re above letter. — June 4, 1904
  • From department to M. Mackenzie of [Fort] Macleod re George Lane’s suggestions. — June 27, 1904
  • Department correspondence re fencing off grazing lands. — August 13, 1904
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