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out its nlerits, are endeavoring to interest the em- erease of 40 per cent. in the number of jobs handed
ploying printers of Quebec and eastern Ontario in into the printers of Ottawa without the request for a
the adoption of a uniform method of arriving at quotation. As an instance of price-quoting, tenders
hour costs. The booklet gives the recomnendations on a city hall job resulted in the following figuIres
Cadopted by the Congress on printing trade customs beiing submitted: $248, $237, $221, $189 anrt
and explains in detail the use of the various forms $167.50, the latter, of course, being aecepted. At
which corlprise the syste?i. Accompanying the this low figure a loss of at least $50 or $60 is esti-
booklet is a circular, giviing the prices at which mated. The educational feature of the boardCs
various quantities of the necessary forms will be meetings has been profitable to the members. Papers
supplied by the Montreal board. Itiformation will have been given on "Standards," "Salesmen," and
be gladly given on applicatiol to Manager Chas. H. others to follow are: "Insrance," "Banking, "Part-
- Tice, 808 Eastern Townships Bank building, Mori- nership," "Papermaking," "Selling of Printing."
treal. The Monday evening meetings are open to all Inem-
Secretary Payne, of the Ottawa board, states that bers of, and tliose interested in, the printing busi-
:as a result of the board's work there has been an in- ness.
DIRECTORY OF TRADE ASSOCIATIONS
0 !i PRESS ASSOCIATIONS.
ALBERTA AND EASTERN BRITISII COLUMBIA PRESS
ASSOCIATION-President, W. A. Buchanan, M.P.P.,
. Leth briCge, Alta.; Ist vice-president, T. W. Quayle,
Claresholm, Alta.; 2ndi vie-president, M. R. Jennings.
IEdmonton, Alta.; 3rd vice-president, F. J. Dean, Cran-
l brook, B.C.; seCretary-treasurer, D. H. Elton, Lethbridge,
SCANADIAN P'RESS ASSOCIATION-Past president, David WVll-
li ams, Collingrood, Ont.; president, J. F. MacKay, Tor-
tary's office, the Star. Toronto.
EASTERN TOWNSIIIP PRESS ASSOCIATION-President,
E. C. Pieree, Sberlrook, QOie.; vice-presidents, A. E.
Chbagnon, Waterloo, Que., J. J. Ryaut, Waterloo, Que.,
Rev. I. A. Dickson, Inverness, Que.; secretary-treasurer,
. P. Watson, the Record, Sherbrooke, Que.
MAtITIME Il'IESS ASSOCIATION-President, J. L. Stewart,
Chatliam, N.B. oe , v e-pres dent , Fre . Cox, Mddeton,
N.S., John T. Haiwke, tonctou, N.B., R. L. Cotton,
Charlottetown, P'.E.I.; corresIonding ecretary, J. P.
(el.nCey, WSoolstock, N.B.; secretary-treasurer, D. F.
MIcIean, the Greetings, Port Hood, N.S.
QSiEBIICC I'ItESS ASSOCIATION--lSooruttry president, Hon. J.
Decarrie, Proi'CSieil SCCretary, Quebec; presidetit, Jules
Dorion, Q.Cebe; viee-preCsident, LA. . Tarte, Montreal
and J. Bernard, Quebe; seCretary-treasurer, Geo.
Morrissette, Le Soliel, Que.
ST. CLAIR DISTS ICT l'ItESS ASSOCIATIION- President, H. J.
Pettypie(Ce, Folest, Ont.; viee-president, GCeo. Rihardson,
StratSroy, Ont.; secretary-treaisurer, G. E. MeIntosh, the
Standard, Forest, Ont.
WESTERN CANAIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION-Honorary presi-
dent, George Paterson, Deloraine, Man.; president, E. S.
RegiaiS, Sask.; 2nd vie-pIresident, A. DCA (lSop, Neetawa.
Man.; 3rd avie-iresident, A. D. McLeod,A Arl, Sask.;
secretary, Ceo. CH. Saults, Saults & PollWtrd, Limited,
Winnipeg; treasurer, John Stovel, Wlnnipeg.
PRINTEB'S BOARDS OF TRADE.
BOUNDARY AND KOOTEXIAY DISOTRICT-President, F. .
Smytha, MIe,y B.C.; Ist viee-president, W. H. Jonez,
Nelson, B.C.; 21ld vice-president, W. S. Stanley, Fernie,
B.C.; secretary-treasurer, W. o. G oster, Nelson, B.C.
Offices, Care the NelsonI, B.C., News.
'ALGARlY-Setretary, E. S. Vest; manager, S. Burnand. Offees,
EDMONTON-Secretary, H. H. Helll, Edmonton Printing and
Publlshing Co., L?mited.
MONTREAL--President, Cas. S. J. Phillips; vice-president,
J. B. Lapointe; treasurer, Joseph Fortier; secretary and
manager, Chas. H. Tiee. Offices, room 808 Eastern
Townships Bank Building.
O'rTAWA-President, A. H. Barker; vice-president, Matthew
Esdale; secretary-treasurer, A. W. Walker; manauager A.
N. Payne. Offices, room 212, Trafalgar Building.
REGINA-President, T. A. McInnis; vice-president, V. W.
Stevens; seeretary-treasurer, Hugh Peat, 1767 Rose
T(ORONTO-President, R. G. McLean; vice-president, Atwell
Fleming; treasurer, F. N. W. Brown; manager, Chester
B. Ames. Offices, Confederation Life Building.
VANCOULVER-President, R. A. Bindon; vice-president, M. L.
Jewell; manager, John Bedford. Offices, 115 Hastings
WINNIPE-G -P"Cesident, Geo. H. Saults; manager, Everett ?Wad-
dey, Jr. Offices, 34-35 Silvester-Wilson Building.
UNITED TYPOTHETAE OF AMERICA.
BRANT COUNTY, ONT., MASTER PRINTERS' ASSOCIATION
-Hon.-presidents, T . Ii. reston, Rolphe Reville anA
I'atrick Ryani, Brantford; president, J. J. Hurley, Brant-
ford: vice-presidents, Geo. A. Ward, Brantford, andl
G. W. Featherston, Paris; secretary, J. A. Powell,
Expositor Job Department, Brantford; treasurer, M.
MONTREAL-President, Victor Guertin; secretary, Chas. H. Tice.
(QUEBEC-President, T. J. Moore; secretary, Chas. Desrochers.
WINNIPEG- President, John Stovel; seeretary, J. B. Mc-
Cracken, the Franklin Press.
OTHER MASTER PRINTERS' ASSOCIATIONS.
OKANAGAN PRINTERS' GUILD-President, Louis J. Ball,
Vernon, B.C.; secretary, H. M. Walker, the Walker Press,
OWEN SOUND, ONT., MASTER PRINTERS' ASSOCIATION--
PresideCit, J. H. Rutherford; vice-president, Alfred
Bond; setretary, H. R. Moffat.
TOIlONT O MASTER PRINTERS AND BOOKBINDERS ASSO-
CIATION- 'resident, Fred. Searle; secretary, J. Me-
Bride, the Carswell Co.
ADVER TISING CLUBS.
MONTREAL PIUBLICITY ASSOCIATION-President, Geo. E.
Praser; secretary, J. J. Gallagher.
WINNIPEG ADVERTISING CLUB--President, J. J. Foot.
ICNONDON-President, W. D. Albright; secretary-treasurer, W. E.
OTTAWA-President, Frederick Davey; secretary, J. C. Cald-
TORONTO-President, M. O. Hammond; secretary, J. C. Tlbbs.
VANCOUVER-President, R. H. Hill; secretary, R. J. MeDougall.
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