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General Instructions for the Guidance of Post Office Inspectors in the Dominion of Canada

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Language: English
Wordcount: 11,256 / 42 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 70.5
LoC Category: JF
Downloads: 477
Added to site: 2006.10.02 14574
Genre: Non-fiction

stmasters, Contractors and the Public awaiting answers.

For Papers finally disposed of.

1. Mail Contracts in force alphabetically arranged. 2. Mails Contracts terminated alphabetically arranged. 3. Postmasters' Bonds in force do. 4. do. terminated do. 5. Letters from Secretary arranged according to number. 6. Letters from Post Office Department not numbered. 7. do. Post Office Inspectors. 8. do. Postmasters, Contractors and the Public alphabetically arranged, there being a separate pigeon-hole for each letter of the alphabet. 9. Papers in reference to cases of actual losses of or abstractions from letters. 10. do. Cases of supposed losses of or abstractions, in which the enquiry instituted shows that no actual loss or abstraction occurred. 11. do. Accounts included in monthly requisitions. 12. do. Arrears due from Postmasters. 13. do. Railway Mail Service. 14. do. Distribution.



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