- 1908- 1916
The fonds consists of BC Provincial Police day books from Port Essington, (July to Dec 1908, 1910- 1916) which describe complaints, arrests, and reports, and also includes daily weather and steamship arrival and departures. Includes fishery record ledgers of license holders (1911 - 1912) in the Skeena River District listed by cannery (Balmoral, Claxton, Oceanic, British America, Inverness, Carlise, North Pacific, Cunningham, Dominion, Cassiar, Skeena River Commerical, Alexandria) and includes court cases and cash receipts. The 1908 court records lists convicting judges C.J. South , George B. Baillie, J.T. Williams, and E. Lorenz. Includes a letter book (January 1908 to July 1916) which contains outgoing correspondence concerning police and fishery reports, correspondence to government agents William Manson and J.H. McMullin, chief constables William H. Vickers, T.G. Wynn, W. Owen, and Ernest Gammon, reports to the Commissioner of Fisheries in Victoria by Provincial Fishery Overseers constables Alexander Forsyth and Kenneth F. Birchall, letters to Indian Agents Charles Clifton Perry in Metlakatla, and letters by George A. Shade, Deputy Mining Recorder. Also includes Lett's 1908 Indian & Colonial Almanac with reports, correspondence, and wanted criminals, and includes a police day book at the back. Names of constables include: C. Cullen, G. Fitzgerald, G.S. Flyn, J. Herring, Lewis, McDonald, George Leek, T.G. Wynn, Jones, Whitley, Phillipson, R. Leese, Rodgers, Gay, Carmichael, W. Owen, H. Abley.
British Columbia Provincial Police. Port Essington Office