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S.S. Doric Passenger List 22 August 1930

Front Cover, S.S. Doric Passenger List 22 August 1930 (Cabin Passengers)

Cabin and Tourist Passenger List from the S.S. Doric of the White Star Line, Departing 22 August 1930 from Liverpool to Quebec and Montreal via Belfast and Glasgow, Commanded by Captain W. H. P. Jackson.

White Star Line
S.S. Doric
Captain W. H. P. Jackson
From Liverpool to Quebec and Montreal via Belfast and Glasgow
Friday, 22 August 1930

Senior Officers and Staff

  • Commander: Captain W. H. P. Jackson
  • Chief Engineer: H. Fishwick
  • Chief Officer: W. Willcox
  • First Officer: H. G. Lowe
  • Second Officer: A. J. Fisher
  • Sr. Second Engineer: G. Holme
  • Sr. Third Engineer: G. C. Simmons
  • Sr. Fourth Engineer: W. Johnston
  • Surgeon: C. Sullivan, M.C., F.R.C.S. (Ire.)
  • Assistant Surgeon: C. W. O'Keefe, L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S. (Ire.)
  • Purser: E. W. Lancaster, R.D., Payr-Cmdr., R.N.R. Retd.
  • Assistant Purser: H. S. Vernon
  • Chief Steward: F. H. Bristow
  • Second Steward: J. Murphy
  • Chief Tourist Steward: J. Reilla

Cabin Passengers

  1. Aasgard, Bishop
  2. Aasgard, Mrs.
  3. Ames, Mrs. J.
  4. Anderson, Miss A. M.
  5. Anderson, Miss K.
  6. Averill, Mr. E. W.
  7. Averill, Mrs.
  8. Avery, Mrs. G. M.
  9. Avery, Miss D. P.
  10. Bacon, Mrs. M. E.
  11. Baillie. Miss B.
  12. Bates, Mrs. J. McA.
  13. Batcson, Miss E.
  14. Beattie, Miss G.
  15. Beattie, Miss V.
  16. Bird, Mr. P. D.
  17. Bird, Miss M.
  18. Bland, Miss E.
  19. Borden, Miss N. G.
  20. Bowden, Mr. H.
  21. Boyd, Mr. G. N.
  22. Boyd, Mrs.
  23. Brock, Miss T.
  24. Brown, Mrs. P. E.
  25. Burns, Miss B.
  26. Cameron, Mr. J. R.
  27. Cansler, Miss O. C.
  28. Carroll, Mr. R. W.
  29. Carroll, Mrs.
  30. Carroll, Miss E.
  31. Christiansen, Mr. M.
  32. Christiansen, Mrs.
  33. Christman, Mrs. H. W.
  34. Clark, Miss M.
  35. Cole, Miss A. L.
  36. Coleman, Miss J.
  37. Collins, Mr. E. W.
  38. Collins, Mrs.
  39. Conway, Miss A.
  40. Creighton, Miss A.
  41. Crist, Miss E.
  42. Crone, Miss P.
  43. Cullen, Miss S.
  44. Darrow, Mrs. M. L.
  45. Day, Mrs. W. M.
  46. De Witt, Mrs. R.
  47. Dinsmoor, Miss I.
  48. Dykes, Miss M.
  49. Dykes, Miss J.
  50. Edwards, Mr. J. R.
  51. Edwards, Mrs.
  52. Edwards, Miss J.
  53. Edwards, Mrs. Fannie
  54. Elliott, Mrs. R. H.
  55. Ellis, Miss D.
  56. Felson, Miss M.
  57. Fitzsimmons, Miss A.
  58. Foss, Mrs. H.
  59. Foster, Mrs. F. E.
  60. Foster, Miss L.
  61. Fravel, Miss E. L.
  62. Freyer, Mr. E. G.
  63. Fuller, Mrs. N. G.
  64. Furay, Mrs. J.
  65. Furay, Miss E.
  66. Gamble, Miss E.
  67. Gee, Miss M. W.
  68. Gerard, Miss L.
  69. Glass. Mr. G. F.
  70. Goeckel, Miss K.
  71. Goff, Mr. G.
  72. Gordon. Mr. M. L.
  73. Gordon, Mr.
  74. Gordon, Mr. J. S.
  75. Graham, M.P., Mr. D. McG.
  76. Grant, Miss G.
  77. Graves, Mr. H.
  78. Grimshaw, Mrs. E. M. K.
  79. Grimshaw, Miss M. A.
  80. Grover, Mr. F.
  81. Grover, Mrs.
  82. Gunson, Mr. W. W.
  83. Hamilton, Rt. Rev. Bishop H. J.
  84. Hamilton, Mrs.
  85. Hamnersley, Mrs. L. T.
  86. Hand, Miss M. H.
  87. Harahan, Miss C. A.
  88. Harahan, Miss V. M.
  89. Harahan, Miss T. M.
  90. Harper, Dr. Mary
  91. Harrison, Mrs. A. E.
  92. Hayman, Mr. H.
  93. Hayman, Mrs.
  94. Hayman, Mr. L.
  95. Hearons, Miss N.
  96. Hearons, Miss R.
  97. Hearons, Miss C.
  98. Heffernan, Miss M.
  99. Hendershott, Miss E.
  100. Hewett, Mr. J. A.
  101. Hicks, Mr. A. M.
  102. Hicks, Mrs. A. M.
  103. Hicks, Miss M.
  104. Hicks, Miss D.
  105. Higley, Miss J. G.
  106. Hocgstedt, Mr. S.
  107. Hocgstedt, Mrs.
  108. Hodgins, The Hon. Mr. Justice F. E.
  109. Hodgins, Mrs.
  110. Hodgkinson, Mrs. E. M.
  111. Holden, Mr. J. B.
  112. Holden, Mrs.
  113. Holden, Miss H. M.
  114. Holden, Miss P.
  115. Holden, Mr. J. N. D.
  116. Holden, Master T.
  117. Holland, Miss L.
  118. Irving, Miss M.
  119. Irving, Miss I.
  120. Jerome, Miss A.
  121. Jones, Mr. R. F.
  122. Kaminski, Miss C.
  123. Keith, Mr. A.
  124. Keith, Mrs.
  125. King, Mrs. Sarah A.
  126. Lamb, Miss J.
  127. Lane, Mr. Wm.
  128. Lawler, Miss E.
  129. Lent, Mr. C.
  130. Lent, Mrs.
  131. Lewis, Mrs. C. S.
  132. Lewis, Miss E.
  133. Lewis, Mrs. L. B.
  134. Lewis, Miss B. S.
  135. Lewis, Miss E. S.
  136. Lindley, Miss E.
  137. Lloyd, Mrs. E. D.
  138. MacConkey, Miss J.
  139. Mallory, Miss N. M.
  140. Massicotte, Dr. O.
  141. McArthur, Mrs. A.
  142. McCarthy, Rev. J.
  143. McConnell, Rev. J. H.
  144. McCracken, Miss C.
  145. McGavin, Mr. A.
  146. McGavin, Mrs.
  147. McGavin, Miss A. A.
  148. McKenzie, Miss A.
  149. McNair, Mrs. A.
  150. McSwain, Miss N. C.
  151. Melish, Mr. W. H.
  152. Meyer, Mrs. A. R.
  153. Middleton, Mr. P. H.
  154. Middleton, Mrs.
  155. Middleton, Mrs. S.
  156. Miller, Miss M. F.
  157. Montgomery, Mr. L.
  158. Montgomery, Mrs.
  159. Muir, Mr. G. R.
  160. Nelson, Miss M.
  161. Norinansell, Mr. G.
  162. Norris, Mr. H. P.
  163. Norris, Mrs.
  164. Norris, Miss B. E.
  165. O'Connor, Mrs. J.
  166. O'Connor, Miss A.
  167. Oderkirk, Miss M.
  168. Olsgaard, Miss H.
  169. Peterson, Miss Mary E.
  170. Philbon, Miss N. J.
  171. Phillips, Miss E.
  172. Pierce, Mrs. L. W.
  173. Pierce, Miss E. W.
  174. Plunkett, Rev. W. J.
  175. Poundstone, Miss M.
  176. Quayle, Miss A.
  177. Reddy, Mr. L. F.
  178. Rees, Miss E.
  179. Reiling, Mr. W.
  180. Reiling, Mrs. M.
  181. Remol, Mr. M. S.
  182. Renkes, Rev. Leo
  183. Rennie, Mr. J. W. R.
  184. Rennie, Mrs.
  185. Reque, Miss L. M.
  186. Ritchie, Miss M.
  187. Roberts, Miss G. W.
  188. Robertson, Miss A.
  189. Rockwell, Miss C.
  190. Rodgers, Mr. W. E.
  191. Rodgers, Mrs.
  192. Rose, Miss M.
  193. Rose, Miss H.
  194. Ross, Miss E. L.
  195. Roxburgh-Smith, Mrs. D. G.
  196. Roxburgh-Smith, Mr. D.
  197. Ruddy, Mrs. E. B.
  198. Ruddy, Miss B.
  199. Ruddy, Jr., Master T.
  200. Scanlon, Dr. D. H.
  201. Scanlon, Miss C. V.
  202. Schaeffler, Miss M.
  203. Schimmelfennig, Mrs. R.
  204. Schimmelfennig, Mr. J.
  205. Schmidt, Prof. P. G.
  206. Schmidt, Mrs.
  207. Seidmon, Mr. S.
  208. Seidmon, Mrs.
  209. Seidmon, Miss F.
  210. Sheppard, Mrs. T. D.
  211. Sheppard, Jr., Mr. R. A.
  212. Sherriff, Mr. J. C.
  213. Sherriff, Mrs.
  214. Shuler, Miss H.
  215. Sieverson, Miss E. A.
  216. Skeoch, Mrs. J.
  217. Smith, Mr. R. M.
  218. Smith. Mrs. A. R.
  219. Smith, Miss F.
  220. Somrua, Mrs. T.
  221. Speer, Mrs. E. W.
  222. Stevens, Miss K. F.
  223. Stewart, Mr. A. D.
  224. Stewart, Jr., Mr. D. C.
  225. Taylor, Miss M.
  226. Taylor, Mrs. S. E.
  227. Thomas, Mrs. A. H.
  228. Thompson, Mr. J. H. W.
  229. Tijou, Mr. E.
  230. Tijou, Mrs.
  231. Trimble, Miss E.
  232. Tucker, Mr. V. H.
  233. Tucker, Mrs. V. H.
  234. Upton, Mr. K.
  235. Van Koughnet, Mrs. L.
  236. Vaughan, Mrs. W.
  237. Veasoy, Mr. L. A.
  238. Voorheis, Miss Z.
  239. Walton, Dr. D. C.
  240. Walton, Mrs. Dora E.
  241. Walton, Miss A. I.
  242. Warner, Judge O. Quintin
  243. Warner, Mrs.
  244. Weaver, Mrs. A.
  245. Weller, D.D., Rt. Rev. Reginald H.
  246. Weller, Mrs.
  247. Westcott, Miss I.
  248. Whittredge, Miss O.
  249. Williams, Mr. A.
  250. Williams, Mrs.
  251. Willson, Miss N.
  252. Wise, Bishop J.
  253. Wise, Mrs. J.
  254. Wolfner, Mrs. S.
  255. Woodruff, Mr. W.
  256. Woodruff, Mrs. W. D

Tourist Third Cabin Passengers

Front Cover, S.S. Doric Passenger List 22 August 1930 (Tourist Passengers)

From Liverpool

  1. Adams, Miss G, A.
  2. Adlard, Miss M.
  3. Adlard, Mr. H. J.
  4. Adlard, Mrs.
  5. Alexander, Mrs. J.
  6. Andersen, Mr. S. A.
  7. Andersen, Mrs.
  8. Anderson, Mr. E.
  9. Anderson, Miss L.
  10. Archibald, Miss I.
  11. Aylen, Mr. R. S.
  12. Aylen, Mrs.
  13. Aylen, Miss C. E.
  14. Aylen, Miss M. E.
  15. Baddeley, Rev. W.
  16. Baldwin, Miss A.
  17. Bannister, Mrs. K.
  18. Barlow, Mrs. M. E.
  19. Barrow, Mr. A.
  20. Bartley, Mr. D. B,
  21. Baum, Mr. A.
  22. Baynes, Mr. A. H.
  23. Baynes, Mrs.
  24. Beeinan, Miss J.
  25. Beers, Miss I.
  26. Bell, Miss M.
  27. Bennett, Mrs. D. E.
  28. Bennett, Miss M.
  29. Bennett, Miss E.
  30. Benson, Rev. R.
  31. Benson, Mr. C.
  32. Benson, Mrs.
  33. Berry, Mrs. J. P.
  34. Berry, Miss L. F.
  35. Bicknell, Miss L.
  36. Billes, Mr. R. C.
  37. Biorn, Mr. B. R.
  38. Biorn, Miss V.
  39. Birchall, Mrs. F.
  40. Bloodgood, Miss E.
  41. Boe, Mr. M.
  42. Boise, Miss E.
  43. Bolt, Mrs. A.
  44. Borsgard, Mr. S.
  45. Boulicault, Miss V.
  46. Bound, Mrs. P. T.
  47. Bound, Miss J.
  48. Bounds, Mrs. S. A.
  49. Boyd, Miss R.
  50. Bradley, Mrs. S.
  51. Brand, Miss E.
  52. Brandon, Miss E.
  53. Brearley, Mrs. L. E.
  54. Brearley, Master R.
  55. Brearley, Master D.
  56. Brocklehurst, Mrs. E.
  57. Brocklehurst, Miss A.
  58. Brocklehurst, Master J.
  59. Brown, Mrs. L.
  60. Brown, Miss A. L.
  61. Brown, Miss E.
  62. Bruce, Mrs. F.
  63. Bryden, Mr. R. McD.
  64. Bryden, Mrs.
  65. Buczek, Mr. A.
  66. Burchartz, Mr. A. L.
  67. Burchartz, Mrs.
  68. Butt, Miss W.
  69. Byrne, Mr, H.
  70. Byworth, Mr. A. F.
  71. Byworth, Mrs.
  72. Byworth, Miss J. E.
  73. Byworth, Mr. E. A.
  74. Byworth, Mrs.
  75. Byworth, Miss D.
  76. Cain, Mr. J.
  77. Cain, Mrs. J. R.
  78. Cain, Miss E,
  79. Caine, Mr. H.
  80. Callow, Mr. A,
  81. Callow, Mrs.
  82. Callow, Mr. F.
  83. Callow, Mrs.
  84. Cannan, Mr. W,
  85. Carey, Mr. F. M.
  86. Carles, Mrs. H. R.
  87. Caries, Master H.
  88. Carr, Mr. S.
  89. Carruthers, Mrs. I,
  90. Chadwick, Mrs. R.
  91. Chalmers, Mr. P.
  92. Chalmers, Mrs.
  93. Christensen, Miss M.
  94. Christie, Miss L.
  95. Chicas, Mr. J.
  96. Clucas, Mr. H. E.
  97. Collier, Miss M. B.
  98. Cooper, Mrs. H.
  99. Cooper, Master H. L.
  100. Comelinsen, Miss E.
  101. Cornish, Mrs. J.
  102. Cornish, Miss E.
  103. Cottier, Mr. T. E.
  104. Cottier, Mrs.
  105. Cottier, Mr. T. G.
  106. Coursey, Mr. D. P.
  107. Coursey, Mrs.
  108. Dahl, Mr. E.
  109. Dart, Miss J. D.
  110. Daugherty, Mrs. J.
  111. Davies, Mrs. E.
  112. Day, Mrs. E.
  113. De Caigny, Miss M.
  114. De Kegelaere, Mrs. E.
  115. De Lee, Mrs. E.
  116. Dighton, Miss C.
  117. Dillingham, Mrs. P.
  118. Dillingham, Master G. S.
  119. Dolphin, Mr. H.
  120. Dolphin, Mrs.
  121. Dolphin, Master A.
  122. Down, Miss E.
  123. Downey, Mr. J. L.
  124. Downey, Mrs.
  125. Draebye, Miss R. E.
  126. Dray, Mr. H.
  127. Duff, Miss L.
  128. Duncalf, Mrs. E.
  129. Duncalf, Miss M.
  130. Dyson, Mr. H. R. S.
  131. Eaves, Mrs. A. C.
  132. Eaves, Miss R.
  133. Edgely, Miss L.
  134. Edwards, Miss G.
  135. Edwardson, Miss C.
  136. Ellingson, Mr. G.
  137. Engum, Mr. S. H.
  138. Erikson, Miss O. C.
  139. Erlandson, Mr. W.
  140. Evans, Mr. E.
  141. Evans, Miss S.
  142. Fager, Miss J.
  143. Farnham, Miss E.
  144. Fellowes, Miss R.
  145. Fillen, Mr. A. K.
  146. Findlay, Mr. M.
  147. Findlay, Mrs.
  148. Fretz, Prof. C. W.
  149. Fretz, Miss H.
  150. Fretz, Miss C. J.
  151. Fullerton, Mrs, A. G.
  152. Furbank, Mr. T. S.
  153. Ganci, Mrs. M.
  154. Ganci, Miss M.
  155. Ganci, Master P.
  156. Garner, Mrs. A.
  157. Garner, Miss M.
  158. Garnett, Miss E.
  159. Garnett, Miss K.
  160. Gell, Mr, R. R.
  161. Gell, Mrs.
  162. Gell, Miss B.
  163. Gell, Master W.
  164. Gerbig, Miss R.
  165. Gerbig, Miss T,
  166. Gilbertson, Miss A. M.
  167. Greckel, Miss E.
  168. Greever, Miss V.
  169. Greever, Miss M.
  170. Gregory, Miss G.
  171. Grove, Mr. F.
  172. Gubb, Mr. E.
  173. Gubb, Mrs.
  174. Gubb, Miss M. H.
  175. Gubb, Mr. H.
  176. Guthra, Rev. E.
  177. Haasarud, Mr. R.
  178. Haddock. Mr. D. J.
  179. Haddock, Mrs.
  180. Hall, Mrs. C.
  181. Hanenberg, Mr. D.
  182. Hardwig, Miss H. M.
  183. Harkness, Miss R.
  184. Harley, Mrs. H.
  185. Harley, Miss H.
  186. Harley, Miss P.
  187. Harley, Miss V.
  188. Harley, Miss T. E.
  189. Harman, Miss B.
  190. Harman, Miss A.
  191. Harris, Mrs, M.
  192. Harris, Miss B.
  193. Harrison, Mrs. H. M.
  194. Harrison, Master C. J.
  195. Hart, Mr. D.
  196. Hassen, Miss L. W.
  197. Head, Mrs. A.
  198. Head, Mr. F.
  199. Head, Master F.
  200. Hegg, Miss M.
  201. Hellen, Mrs. E.
  202. Hellen, Miss E.
  203. Hesketh, Miss N.
  204. Hetrie, Miss S.
  205. Hokoyd, Mr. W.
  206. Holt, Miss A. C.
  207. Houens, Miss E. S.
  208. Hough, Mr. J.
  209. Hough, Mrs.
  210. Hovis, Dr. W. P.
  211. Hovis, Mrs.
  212. Hovis, Mr. W. F.
  213. Hovis, Mr. K.
  214. Humphries, Mr. R. G.
  215. Hunt. Mr. D, L.
  216. Hunt, Mrs.
  217. Hyne, Mr. J. H.
  218. Hyne, Mrs.
  219. Jackson, Mr. O. S.
  220. Jackson, Dr. C. M.
  221. Jackson, Miss K.
  222. Johnson, Mr. E.
  223. Johnson, Mrs.
  224. Johnson, Mr. J. M.
  225. Johnson, Miss R. M.
  226. Johnson, Mr. H. B.
  227. Johnson, Mrs.
  228. Johnson, Master A. B.
  229. Johnson, Miss J. M.
  230. Johnston, Miss C.
  231. Jones, Rev. J. E.
  232. Jones, Mrs.
  233. Jones, Mr. B.
  234. Jones, Miss B. G.
  235. Jones, Miss M. S.
  236. Kellord, Mr. H. G.
  237. Kellord, Mrs.
  238. Kelly, Mr. M. J.
  239. Kelly, Mr. R. C.
  240. Kelly, Mrs.
  241. Kelly, Master R.
  242. Kimbrell, Mr. R. B.
  243. Kimbrell, Mrs.
  244. Kimbrell, Mr. H.
  245. Kissack, Miss M.
  246. Kneale, Mr. H.
  247. Kneale, Mrs.
  248. Knudstad, Miss R. M.
  249. Kohr, Miss M. J.
  250. Kohr, Miss J.
  251. Kress, Mrs. W. H.
  252. Kress, Mr. J. J.
  253. Lane, Mr. J. P.
  254. Lane, Mrs.
  255. Lane, Mrs. A. K.
  256. Larson, Miss K.
  257. Larson, Miss K.
  258. Lawton, Miss H.
  259. Lee, Miss N.
  260. Legvold, Miss F.
  261. Lerstad, Mr. O.
  262. Levy, Mr. M. M.
  263. Levy, Mrs.
  264. Lewis, Mr. A.
  265. Lindley, Mrs.
  266. Lindsay, Miss M. L.
  267. Littlewood, Mrs. F. F.
  268. Littlewood, Master D. T.
  269. Logan, Miss G.
  270. Lohre, Miss G. C.
  271. Lowe, Miss M.
  272. Lowers, Miss S.
  273. Lowry, Miss N. A.
  274. Ludlow, Mr. F.
  275. Ludlow. Mrs.
  276. Lund, Miss Mildred
  277. Lyman, Miss H.
  278. Lyscomb, Miss F.
  279. Macrone, Mr. A.
  280. Macrone, Mrs.
  281. Maguire, Miss M.
  282. Marbutt, Mrs. M. A.
  283. Marbutt, Miss F.
  284. Marks, Miss I. K.
  285. Martland, Mr. R.
  286. McGeorge, Miss H.
  287. McGill, Miss D.
  288. McKay, Miss I. S.
  289. McLure, Miss M.
  290. Mengel, Mrs. M.
  291. Meyer, Mr. F. H.
  292. Meyer, Mrs.
  293. Miller, Mr. J.
  294. Miller, Mr. E.
  295. Miller, Miss M. J.
  296. Miller, Mrs. L.
  297. Miller, Miss G. E.
  298. Mishaegen, Mrs. G. de
  299. Mitchell, Miss R. L.
  300. Moon, Miss J.
  301. Moore. Miss L.
  302. Moore, Miss D.
  303. More, Mrs. R. L.
  304. Morris, Mr. G.
  305. Morris, Mrs.
  306. Morris, Miss D.
  307. Morris, Miss S. G.
  308. Moule, Miss J.
  309. Mullen, Mr. W. J.
  310. Mullen, Mrs.
  311. Mygind, Mr. C. P.
  312. Nelson, Mr. R.
  313. Nelson, Miss R.
  314. Newberry, Miss E.
  315. Nielsen, Mrs. G. B.
  316. Njaa, Miss C. R.
  317. Nugent, Miss M. A.
  318. Odden, Miss C. A.
  319. O'Hagan, Mr.
  320. O'Hearn, Miss S.
  321. O'Hearn, Miss N. G.
  322. Olseth, Mrs. E.
  323. Olstad, Miss P.
  324. Ormandy, Mrs, E, M.
  325. Ormandy, Miss E. M.
  326. O'Rourke, Mrs. B,
  327. O'Rourke,. Miss B.
  328. Overby, Mr. O.
  329. Overby, Mrs.
  330. Pannell, Miss L. V.
  331. Pathe, Mrs. M. H.
  332. Pathe, Master E.
  333. Pathe, Master J.
  334. Paulsrud, Miss A.
  335. Payne, Mrs. L.
  336. Payne, Miss D.
  337. Penny, Mrs. M.
  338. Peterson, Miss A.
  339. Petty, Mrs. J. H.
  340. Petty, Miss S.
  341. Packard, Mrs. A.
  342. Pickett, Mr. M.
  343. Pickett, Mr. P.
  344. Pickrell, Mr. F.
  345. Pickrell, Mrs.
  346. Pickrell, Miss P. R.
  347. Pickrell, Master G. R.
  348. Pickthall, Miss E. G.
  349. Pitt, Mrs, E.
  350. Pitts, Mr. M. J.
  351. Pokriefka, Rev. F.
  352. Polk, Miss E.
  353. Prout, Miss L.
  354. Provart, Mr. W. A.
  355. Providena, Sister M.
  356. Pugh, Miss M, E.
  357. Pugh, Miss K.
  358. Querna, Miss G.
  359. Ramseth, Miss S. M.
  360. Redmond, Mr. P.
  361. Reed, Miss M.
  362. Rewt, Miss E.
  363. Rich, Miss K.
  364. Rishoff, Miss C. A.
  365. Romerein, Mr. H.
  366. Roper, Mrs. M.
  367. Roper, Miss A.
  368. Rossing, Mr. E.
  369. Rotruck, Mr. V.
  370. Roxby, Mr. R. G.
  371. Roxby, Mrs.
  372. Salmon, Mr. M.
  373. Salmon, Mrs.
  374. Salmon, Miss
  375. Sanderson, Miss F.
  376. Saugstad, Miss B.
  377. Sohaifer, Mr. J. F.
  378. Schaifer, Mrs.
  379. Schemin, Dr.
  380. Schemm, Mrs.
  381. Schmidt, Mr. F. A.
  382. Secord, Mrs. S. W.
  383. Secord, Miss M.
  384. Secord, Miss A. P.
  385. Shafer, Mr. L. H.
  386. Sherman. Mr, M.
  387. Shimp, Mr. W. B.
  388. Shimp, Mrs.
  389. Shoup, Miss L. W.
  390. Simpson, Miss L.
  391. Skillen, Miss M. H.
  392. Smith, Mr. A. J.
  393. Smith, Mrs. S.
  394. Smith, Miss M.
  395. Smith, Miss M. E.
  396. Smith, Miss D.
  397. Smith, Miss K.
  398. Smith, Mr. W.
  399. Smith, Miss I.
  400. Smurthwaite, Mrs. E.
  401. Smurthwaite, Miss E.
  402. Solberg, Miss A.
  403. Soltze, Miss A.
  404. Spaulding, Mr. E. W.
  405. Spaulding, Mrs.
  406. Squibb, Mrs. R.
  407. Squibb, Master A.
  408. Squire, Miss R. E.
  409. Staples, Mr. H. W.
  410. Staples, Mrs.
  411. Staples, Miss A.
  412. Steen, Mr. J.
  413. Steen, Miss B.
  414. Steflfanson, Mr. P.
  415. Sugden, Mrs. H.
  416. Sutton, Miss R.
  417. Swanhild, Miss D.
  418. Swenson, Rev. A.
  419. Swenson, Miss L.
  420. Sykes, Mr. J. T.
  421. Sykes, Mrs,
  422. Taylor, Mr. J.
  423. Taylor, Mrs.
  424. Taylor, Mr. A.
  425. Taylor, Mr. P.
  426. Thatcher, Miss V.
  427. Thomas, Mr. E.
  428. Thomas, Mr. H.
  429. Thomas, Mrs. E.
  430. Thompson, Miss M. E.
  431. Thornton, Mr. P.
  432. Thornton, Mrs.
  433. Thorpe, Miss S.
  434. Thrower, Mrs. L. R.
  435. Thrower, Master G. V.
  436. Thrush, Miss K.
  437. Thuet, Miss E.
  438. Titcombe, Mr. R. T.
  439. Torrens, Prof. R.
  440. Triche, Miss M.
  441. Troe, Miss D.
  442. Trovik, Mr. H.
  443. Trovik, Mrs.
  444. Turley, Miss M.
  445. Van Liere, Mr. P.
  446. Van Liere, Mrs.
  447. Van Vliet, Rev. W.
  448. Van Vliet, Mrs.
  449. Van Vliet, Miss W.
  450. Wagnild, Mr. P.
  451. Walden, Mrs. B.
  452. Walden, Miss L.
  453. Walker, Mrs. J.
  454. Walker, Miss E.
  455. Walker, Miss L.
  456. Waterstein, Miss R.
  457. Watson, Mr.
  458. Watson, Mrs.
  459. Watson, Miss E. A.
  460. Watterson, Mrs. J.
  461. Weavers, Mr. H. E.
  462. Webster, Miss M.
  463. Weflen, Mr. M.
  464. Weflen, Mrs.
  465. Weller, Miss J.
  466. Wellis, Mrs. F.
  467. White, Mr. C. F.
  468. White, Mrs.
  469. White, Master C.
  470. Wiekett, Miss M.
  471. Wild, Mr. W.
  472. Wild, Mrs.
  473. Wilkens, Mr. R. G.
  474. Wilkins, Mr. C.
  475. Williams, Mrs. E.
  476. Willich, Dr. J.
  477. Wilson, Mr. C. H.
  478. Wilson, Mrs.
  479. Wood, Miss D. M.
  480. Woodward, Mrs. A.
  481. Worrall, Mr. J. K.
  482. Worrall, Mrs.
  483. Yates, Miss F.

From Belfast

  1. Alexander, Miss F. J
  2. Ball, Mrs. J. W.
  3. Bardoh, Miss S.
  4. Beattie, Mr. W. J.
  5. Beattie, Mrs.
  6. Blake, Miss K. L.
  7. Comrada, Mr. B. F.
  8. Comrada, Mrs.
  9. Conley, Mr. G.
  10. Conley, Mrs.
  11. D'Avignon, Miss H. E.
  12. Dodds, Miss M.
  13. Dolan, Miss M.
  14. Dunlop, Mrs. K. R.
  15. Dunlop, Master R.
  16. Folk, Mr. G. A.
  17. Folk, Mrs.
  18. Forrester, Mrs. R.
  19. Galhraith, Rev. S. T
  20. Gallagher, Mr. S. D.
  21. Harbison, Mr. A.
  22. Harbison, Mrs.
  23. Harbison, Master J.
  24. Harrison, Mrs. F.
  25. Harrison, Master R.
  26. Hastings, Mrs. M.
  27. Herlihy, Mr. D. J.
  28. Hodge, Miss C. K.
  29. Joss, Mr. A.
  30. Langroise, Mrs. M. R.
  31. Lee, Miss A. J.
  32. Locke, Mr. L.
  33. Logan, Rev. C. F.
  34. Logan, Mrs.
  35. Logan, Miss G.
  36. Lomas, Mr. J.
  37. Maxwell, Miss M.
  38. McBride, Mr. H.
  39. McDonald, Mrs. B.
  40. Meagher, Mr. C,
  41. Moorehouse, Mr. W. G.
  42. Moorehouse, Mrs.
  43. Morris, Miss L.
  44. Murphy, Miss E.
  45. O'Hara, Mr. R.
  46. O'Neill, Miss J.
  47. Purcell, Miss E.
  48. Sheen, Miss A.
  49. Sleith, Mr. R. C.
  50. Sleith, Mrs.
  51. Spruit, Mr. R.
  52. Taylor, Mr. J. N.
  53. Taylor, Mrs.
  54. Walter, Mr. T. D.
  55. Walter, Mrs.
  56. Williams, Dr. C. F.
  57. Williams, Mrs.

From Glasgow

  1. Aikenhead, Rev. W.
  2. Aikenhead, Mrs.
  3. Alexander, Miss L.
  4. Atkinson, Miss E. J.
  5. Atkinson, Master H. J.
  6. Bartlett, Mrs. M.
  7. Bateman, Miss A.
  8. Beecraft, Mr. A. E.
  9. Beecraft, Mrs.
  10. Beecraft, Mr. A. H.
  11. Beecraft, Miss A. M.
  12. Bianchi, Mr. T.
  13. Bianchi, Mr. D.
  14. Binford, Mrs. J. B.
  15. BIyth, Mrs. A. W.
  16. BIyth, Miss M.
  17. Boath, Miss E.
  18. Boone, Mr. G. I.
  19. Bowden, Mrs. H.
  20. Callan, Miss E.
  21. Cassie, Mr. W. F.
  22. Chisholrn, Miss A. M.
  23. Clarke, Miss W. L.
  24. Crowley, Mrs. B. C.
  25. Cruikshank, Mr. A.
  26. Cruikshank, Mrs.
  27. Dobson, Miss B.
  28. Doyle, Miss M. M.
  29. Duff, Miss L.
  30. Duncan, Mr. D. M.
  31. Foit, Miss B.
  32. Folk, Miss M.
  33. Gilmore, Rev. A.
  34. Gilmore. Mrs.
  35. Haber, Mrs. R.
  36. Hart, Miss M. K.
  37. Hart, Miss M. V.
  38. Hemphill, Mr. R. B.
  39. Hemphill, Mrs.
  40. Hemphill, Master R. H.
  41. Henderson, Mr. T. C.
  42. Henderson, Mr. J. C.
  43. Henderson, Mrs.
  44. Henderson, Miss J.
  45. Henderson, Mrs. M.
  46. Henderson, Master T.
  47. Horne, Mr. G. M.
  48. Jamieson, Mrs. M.
  49. Jamieson, Master A.
  50. Kerr, Miss A.
  51. Lang, Mr. J. G.
  52. Langley, Mrs. M, H.
  53. Lavalle, Miss B. O.
  54. Lindley, Miss G.
  55. Loucks, Mr. C. H.
  56. Loucks, Mrs.
  57. Lumsden, Mrs. G.
  58. Lumsden, Miss M.
  59. Mack, Mr. W. P.
  60. Mack, Mrs.
  61. Mackie, Miss H. P.
  62. Mann, Mr. H. Singh
  63. Mann, Miss K.
  64. McDermid, Mr. N.
  65. McDermid, Mrs.
  66. McDermid, Master N.
  67. McDermid, Master I.
  68. McKew, Mr. T. W. E.
  69. McLaren, Mr. A.
  70. McLaren, Mrs. W. A.
  71. McLaren, Miss J.
  72. McLaren, Master W.
  73. McLean, Mrs. A.
  74. McLean, Miss M.
  75. McMillan, Mrs. C.
  76. McMillan, Miss C.
  77. McMillan, Miss A.
  78. Michael, Mrs. M.
  79. Miller, Mr. M. M.
  80. Miller, Mrs.
  81. Miller, Miss E. H.
  82. Moorhouse, Miss Eunice
  83. Moorhouse, Miss Edna
  84. Mosher, Miss M.
  85. Murdoch, Mr. J.
  86. Murdoch, Mrs.
  87. Murdoch, Mr. A. M.
  88. Myers, Mr. W. J.
  89. Paterson, Mrs. T.
  90. Paterson, Master W. R. J.
  91. Paton, Mrs. M. C.
  92. Paton, Miss M.
  93. Paton, Master J.
  94. Perry, Mr. R.
  95. Perry, Mrs. R.
  96. Perry, Master R.
  97. Prier, Miss B.
  98. Richardson, Miss K.
  99. Robertson, Mr. W.
  100. Robertson, Mrs,
  101. Robertson, Mr. W. J.
  102. Rumney, Mr. W. J.
  103. Rumney, Mrs.
  104. Sanderson, Miss M.
  105. Scott, Miss H. G.
  106. Scott, Mrs. M.
  107. Seggie, Mr. D.
  108. Seggie, Master D.
  109. Smith, Prof. A. H.
  110. Smith, Mr. P.
  111. Smith, Mr. L.
  112. Smith, Mrs.
  113. Spence, Mr. J.
  114. Spence, Mrs.
  115. Stephen, Miss E. S.
  116. Stevenson, Mrs. M.
  117. Straub, Miss I.
  118. Symons. Miss E.
  119. Tait, Mr. F. F.
  120. Trench, Mr. J.
  121. Trench, Mrs.
  122. Trench, Miss J.
  123. Verner, Mrs, E. O.
  124. Verner, Miss E.
  125. Waespi, Mrs. B.
  126. Walker, Mrs. M. A.
  127. Waskom, Miss M.
  128. Whiteacre, Mr. A. S.
  129. Wilson, Mrs.
  130. Wilson, Miss
  131. Woraer, Mr. W. R.

Information for Cabin Passengers

BREAKFAST from 8 a.m. until 10 a.m.

LUNCH at 1 p.m.

DINNER at 7 p.m.

DlVINE Service will be held in the Lounge on Sunday at 11 a.m.

SEATS AT TABLE. Passengers who havo not previously arranged for table seats to be reserved should apply for same to the Second Steward.

UPPER BERTHS. Passengers occupying upper berths can obtain stops for getting in or out of same on applying to the steward or stewardess.

PORTHOLES, As it is dangerous for passengers to handle the Ports, they are requested to ask the Bedroom Steward to open and close tho Portholes in the Staterooms as required.

MEDICAL ATTENDANCE, The surgeon is authorised to make customary charges, subject in each case to the approval of the commander, for treating passengers at their request for any illness not originating, on the voyage. In the case of sickness developed on the vovage no charge will be made, and medicine will be provided free in all circumstances.

The surgeon will be in attendance at the surgery for consultations at the following hours:
10 a.m. 6 p.m. 8-30 p.m.

The surgeon will be available at all times in cases of urgency.

COTS. The steamers are supplied with a limited number of Cots for the use of infants. Applications for same should be made to the Chief Steward.

AN ENQUIRY OFFICE has boon provided for the convenience of passengers where all enquiries for information of a general character can be made.

Letters, Cables, Telegrams and Marconigrams are received here for despatch, and Postage Stamps can be purchased, and Deck Chairs, Cushions and Steamer Rugs hired at this Office, through which also all Mails will be distributed. Postage Stamps can also be obtained from the Lounge Steward.

No member of the ship's staff, other than those on duty in the Enquiry Office, is authorised to accept Letters or Telegrams for despatch.

LIBRARY. Books can be obtained on applying to the Lounge Steward.

PASSENGERS' MAIL. All mail coming on board on the steamer's arrival is at once sent to the Enquiry Office, where passengers should apply for same.

It is not possible in the short time available to distribute the mail to the staterooms.

Passengers are invited to leave their addresses at the Enquiry Office for any later despatches to be re-directed.

CHARGES COLLECTED ON BOARD. Passengers are requested to ask for a Receipt on the Company's Form for any additional Passage Money, Deck Chair, Cushion or Steamer Rug Hire, charges collected for Marconigrams, Cablegrams or Telegrams or Freight paid on board.

VALUABLES. For the convenience of passengers, the Line has provided in the Purser's Office a safe in which money, jewels, ornaments, documents or other valuables may be deposited by passengers.

A receipt for any articles so deposited will be issued by the Purser, but the Line does not, having regard to the ticket conditions and to the provisions of Section 502 of the Merchant Shipping Act, 1894, and of Section 4281 of the revised Statutes of the United States, accept any responsibility for the safe custody of any such articles.

Passengers aro accordingly advised to protect themselves by insurance.

ORCHESTRA will play daily in the Cabin Companionway.

A GYMNASIUM* fully equipped with modern appliances, is situated on the Promenade Dock and is open for exercise by Ladies, Gentlemen and Children, as follows :—

  • 6 0 a.m. to 9 0 a.m. for Gentlemen only;
  • 10 0 a.m. to 12 0 Noon for Ladies only;
  • 12 0 Noon to 1 0 p.m. for Ladies and Gentlemen;
  • 2 0 p.m. to 3 30 p.m. for Children ;
  • 3 30 p.m. to 7 0 p.m. for Ladies and Gentlemen.

No charge is made for the use of the appliances.

* The Company accepts no responsibility whatsoever for any accident from whatever came arising to any passenger using the Gymnasium.

A CHILDREN'S PLAYROOM in charge of a stewardess is situated on the Promenade Deck.

PRECIOUS STONES or other similar articles of merchandise may not be taken as baggage, but all passengers must deliver such goods to the Purser of the vessel. The Pursers are instructed to furnish passengers with a receipt for merchandise so delivered and place the goods in the safes aboard their vessel until a Customs permit is presented to the Inspectors ordering the goods into the appraiser's stores for examination.

EXCHANGE OF MONEY. The Purser is prepared, for the convenience of passengers, to exchange a limited amount of English, Canadian and American money at rates which will be advised on application.

TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES, payable in all parts of Europe, can be purchased at all the principal offices of the Company. These Cheques are accepted on board steamers in payment of accounts, but the Pursers do not carry funds to enable them to cash same, except to a very limited amount.

DECK CHAIRS and STEAMER RUGS can be hired on application at a charge of 6/6 ($1.50) each for the voyage.

DECK CHAIR CUSHIONS. A limited supply of Cushions, with loose covers, for Deck Chairs is available for hire at a charge of 4/- (or $1-00) each for the voyage.

BAGGAGE. Questions relating to Baggage should be referred to the Second Steward, who is the Ship's Baggage Master on board. Trunks, Chairs, etc., which passengers may desire to leave in charge of the Company should be properly labelled and handed to the Baggage Master on the Wharf at Port of Landing, and such articles will be stored entirely at owners' risk. It is for passengers themselves to see all their Baggage is passed by the Customs Authorities on landing.

AUTOMOBILE TOURS. Arrangements have boon made whereby passengers by the White Star Line can hire automobiles to meet them on arrival of the steamer at Liverpool or Southampton for tours in the British Isles or on the Continent. Orders may be sent from America or Canada through the White Star Offices or direct from the steamer by the aid of the Marconi Wireless Telegraph.

DOGS AND CATS. Passengers are notified that dogs and cats cannot be landed in Great Britain unless a license has previously been procured from the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, London, Forms of license must be obtained by direct application to the Ministry before the dog or eat is taken on board.

COMPLAINTS. It is our earnest and constant endeavour to satisfy and please our passengers. Should any cause for complaint arise it is requested that such should be at onco reported to the Commander, Purser or Chief Steward.

SERVICE. Suggestions for tho improvement of the service will be welcomed.

BARBER, LADY HAIRDRESSER and LADY MANICURIST are provided. The Barber's hours are from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

The Barter is allowed the privilege of selling various souvenirs and small articles on his own account.

LANDING CARDS, it is necessary that passengers destined for U.S. present their Landing Cards, together with Passports, to the United States Immigration Inspector for endorsement before leaving the vessel.

RESERVATION OF PULLMAN SLEEPING & PARLOUR CARS ON CANADIAN AND AMERICAN RAILROADS. Passengers desiring to make reservations should inform the Purser of their intentions; he will be pleased to Marconi at passenger's own expense.

PASSENGERS REQUIRING DOMESTIC HELP. Passengers residing in Canada requiring Domestic Servants, Housemaids, etc., are invited to get into touch with the Conductress on this steamer, or any of our offices (addresses of which appear at the back of this booklet), who will give them full particulars as to the procedure which should be adopted.

RETURN ACCOMMODATION

For those passengers who may be returning from the United States or Canada to Europe, and who have not yet made the necessary reservations, the Purser will be pleased to radio, free of charge, to New York, Boston or Montreal Office, for any accommodation required.

This will enable passengers to complete their arrangements before leaving the vessel and will, consequently, save them time and trouble after landing.

RECOVERY OF U.S. HEAD TAX

Refund of Head Tax can be obtained provided passengers have complied with the following conditions:—

(1) Inform the U.S. Immigration Inspector on arrival that it is their intention to leave the United States within sixty days, and obtain from the Inspector "Head Tax Refund Certificate" (Form 514).

(2) When leaving the United States to have the departure certified on Form 514 by the Purser of the vessel or by the conductor of the train upon which the departure takes place.

(3) The Immigration Authorities impose a time limit of 120 days from date of entry, after which claims for refund will not be considered Passengers must, therefore, submit Form 514, duly completed, to the Company in sufficient time to enable the Company to make their application within this limit of time (120 days).

LANDING ARRANGEMENTS AT MONTREAL

Should the steamer arrive at the Montreal wharf after Eight p.m., passengers may land if they wish to do so, and have their hand baggage passed by the Customs Authorities immediately on arrival, but those who prefer to remain on board may do so, and have the whole of their baggage passed the following morning not earlier than Seven o'clock. Breakfast will he served to those who remain on board overnight.

TELEPHONING FACILITIES FOR PASSENGERS AT MONTREAL

For the convenience of passengers arrangements have been made with the Bell Telephone Company for booths to be placed on the Wharf at Montreal; and the further facility has been arranged of having a portable extension telephone placed on board steamer immediately on arrival, thus enabling passengers to secure telephonic communication before landing.

Customs Notice to Passengers

RESIDENTS OF CANADA

Are required to declare to the Customs Officer at Port of Landing in Canada, all articles purchased or obtained abroad whether as gifts or otherwise. Failure to declare goods leaves same liable to Seizure.

All goods whether liable to duty or not, are required to be presented for Customs examination, and passengers are warned when in doubt as to whether or not an article is liable to duty, it should be produced for examination by the Customs Officer.

TOURISTS' OUTFITS

Temporary Admission—Persons visiting Canada for a limited period of time, for health or pleasure, may bring with them such articles of tourists' outfits or sportsmen's equipment as they may require while in Canada for their own use and not for gain or hire, upon reporting same to the Customs Officer at the Canadian frontier port of entry, subject to departmental regulations.

The Customs Officer may require all packages of baggage to be opened for his examination ; and responsibility for opening, unpacking and repacking the packages rests with the passenger or his Agent.

BRIBERY

Any person giving, offering, or promising any bribe, recompense, reward or tip to an Officer is liable to severe penalties.

THROUGH BAGGAGE

Passengers en route to destinations outside of Canada may have their checked baggage forwarded " In Bond " to a frontier port under Customs Manifest without examination of Same by a Customs Officer.

SAMPLES

Such as carried by commercial travellers, are required to be delivered to the Customs Officer for entry purpose, and invoice or statement in detail showing the price,— wholesale, of each sample as sold for home consumption, such invoice or statement should be attested to by the traveller.

SETTLERS' EFFECTS

Free, if actually in use for six months before removal to Canada, but are required to be produced upon landing to Customs Officer for examination and entry.

Information for Tourist Third Cabin Passengers

Meal
When One Sitting
When Two Sittings
BREAKFAST
8-0 a.m.
8-0 a.m. and 9-0 a.m.
LUNCHEON
1-0 p.m.
12 Noon and 1-0 p.m.
DINNER
7-0 p.m.
6-0 p.m. and 7-15 p.m.

Divine Service will be held on Sundays at 11 a.m.

SEATS AT TABLE. Passengers should apply to the Chief Tourist Steward for reservation of seats.

UPPER BERTHS. Passengers occupying upper berths can obtain steps for getting in or out of same on applying to the Steward or Stewardess.

THE PURSER'S OFFICE. letters, Cables, Telegrams and Marconigrams are received or delivered, and Postage Stamps can be purchased.

None of the ship's staff other than those on duty in the Purser's Office are authorized to accept Letters or Telegrams for despatch.

CHARGES COLLECTED ON BOARD. Passengers are requested to ask for a receipt on the Company's Form for any additional Passage Money, Chair or Steamer Rug Hire, charges collected for Marconigrams, Cablegrams or Telegrams or Freight paid on board.

PASSENGERS MAIL. On the steamers arrival passengers should enquire personally whether there is any mail for them, and before disembarking they are invited to leave their addresses at the Purser's office in order that later despatches may be redirected.

LIBRARY. Books can be obtained on applying to the Library Steward.

DECK CHAIRS and STEAMER RUGS can be hired on application to the Deck Steward, at a charge of 4/- (or $1) each for the voyage.

MEDICAL ATTENDANCE. Tho Surgeon is authorized to make customary charges, subject in each case to the approval of tho Commander, for treating passengers at their request for any illness not originating on the vovack. In the case of sickness originating on the voyage no charge will be made, and medicine will bo provided free in all circumstances.

BARBER. The Barber's hours are from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., and he is authorised to make the following charges:—

[List of Charges not Reproduced Here]

The Barber is allowed the privilege of selling various souvenirs and small articles on his own account.

RAILWAY TIME TABLES of the various Companies can be obtained on applying to the Library Steward.

PASSENGERS REQUIRING DOMESTIC HELP. Passengers; residing in Canada requiring domestic servants, housemaids, etc., are invited to get into touch with the Conductress on this steamer, or any of our Offices (addresses of which appear on the back of this booklet) who will, give them full particulars as to the procedure which should be adopted.

VALUABLES. For tho convenience of passengers, the Line has provided in the Purser's Office a safe in which money, jewels, ornaments, documents or other valuables may be deposited by passengers.

A receipt for any articles so deposited will be issued by the Purser, but the Line does not, having regard to the ticket conditions and to the provisions of Section 502 of the Merchant Shipping Act, 1894, and of Section 4281 of the Revised Statutes of the United States, accept any responsibility for the safe custody of any such articles.

Passengers are accordingly advised to protect themselves by insurance.

EXCHANGE OF MONEY. The Purser is prepared, for the convenience of passengers, to exchange a limited amount of English, American and Canadian money, at rates which will be advised on application.

TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES, payable in all parts of Europe, U.S.A., and Canada, can be purchased at all the principal offices of the Company. These Cheques are accepted on board steamers in payment of accounts, but the Pursers do not carry funds to enable them to cash same.

BAGGAGE. Questions relating to Baggage should be referred to the Chief Tourist Steward.

BAGGAGE should bear initial label of surname to facilitate correct grouping in Customs shed, also label with owner's name and address.

On arrival, baggage will be grouped alphabetically in Customs shed. Passengers are required to attend personally to Customs examination.

RESERVATION OF PULLMAN SLEEPING AND PARLOUR CARS ON AMERICAN AND OR CANADIAN RAILROADS. Passengers desiring to make reservations should inform tho Purser of their intentions ; he will ho pleased to Marconi at passengers' own expense.

DOGS and CATS. Passengers are notified that dogs and cats must be handed over to the care of the butcher.

PORTHOLES. As it is dangerous for passengers to handle the Ports, they are requested to ask the Bedroom Steward to open and close the Portholes in the staterooms as required.

LECTURES. For the purpose of private lectures the White Star Line will be pleased to loan sets of slides as well as a printed lecture in cases where desired by Tourist passengers who may wish to lecture in Great Britain and Ireland upon their oxjwriences and visits to the United States and Canada.

COMPLAINTS. It is our earnest and constant endeavour to satisfy and please our passengers. Should any cause for complaint arise it is requested thut such should bo at once reported to the Commander, Purser or Chief Steward.

SERVICE. Suggestions for the improvement of the service will be welcomed.

NOTICE

LANDING CARDS. It is necessary that passengers present their Landing Cards to a Canadian and/or United States Immigration Inspector for endorsement before leaving the vessel.

SPECIAL NOTICE FOR Round Trip Tourist Passengers

Passengers holding return tickets who are undecided about their United States and Canadian addresses should advise same to our nearest office in United States or Canada by mail or in person as soon as possible after arrival abroad. If this is done by letter, please mention sailing on which you will return and accommodation reserved for you.

All passengers holding return tickets are requested to communicate with our nearest office at least a week in advance of their sailing from United States or Canada, so that necessary formalities may be arranged in connection with their return passage.

RETURN ACCOMMODATION

For those passengers who may be returning from the United States or Canada to Europe, and who have NOT yet made the necessary reservations, the Purser will be pleased to radio New York, Boston or Montreal Office for anv accommodation required. This will enable passengers to complete their arrangements before leaving the steamer and will, consequently, save them time and trouble after landing.

ORCHESTRA

The Orchestra will play daily in the Tourist Third Cabin.

Music will be provided after Dinner each evening by the Electrical Reproducer.

Customs Notice to Passengers

RESIDENTS OF CANADA

Are required to declare tq the Customs Officer at Port of Landing in Canada all articles purchased or obtained abroad, whether as gifts or otherwise. Failure to declare goods leaves same liable to seizure.

All goods whether liable to duty or not are required to be presented for Customs examination, and passengers are warned that, when in doubt as to whether or not an article is liable to duty, it should be produced for examination by the Customs Officer.

TOURISTS' OUTFITS

Temporary Admission—Persons visiting Canada for a limited period of time, for health or pleasure, may bring with them such articles of tourists' outfits or sportsmen's equipment as they may require while in Canada for their own use and not for gain or hire, upon reporting same to the Customs Officer at the Canadian frontier port of entry, subject to departmental regulations.

The Customs Officer may require all packages of baggage to be opened for his examination ; and responsibility for opening, unpacking and repacking the packages rests with the passenger or his Agent.

BRIBERY

Any person giving, offering, or promising any bribe, recompense, reward or tip to an Officer is liable to severe penalties.

THROUGH BAGGAGE

Passengers en route to destinations outside of Canada may have their checked baggage forwarded " In Bond" to a frontier port under Customs Manifest without examination of came by a Customs Officer.

SAMPLES

Such as carried by commercial travellers, are required to be delivered to the Customs Officer for entry purpose, and invoice or statement in detail showing the price,—wholesale, of each sample as sold for home consumption, such invoice or statement should be attested to by the traveller.

SETTLERS' EFFECTS

Free, if actually in use for six months before removal to Canada, but are required to be produced upon landing to Customs Officer for examination and entry.

RECOVERY OF UNITED STATES HEAD TAX

Refund of Head Tax can be obtained provided passengers have complied with the following conditions :—

1) Inform the U.S. Immigration Inspector on arrival that it is their intention to leave the United States within 60 days, and obtain from the Inspector " Head Tax Refund Certificate " (Form 514).

(2) When leaving the United States to have the departure certified on Form 514 by the Purser of the vessel or by the conductor of the train upon which the departure takes place.

(3) The Immigration Authorities impose a time limit of 120 days from date of entry after which claims for refund will not be considered. Passengers must, therefore, submit Form 514, duly completed, to the Company in sufficient time to enable the Company to make their application within this limit of time (120 days).

POSTAL INFORMATION

HIGH SEAS MAIL.—On all British steamers British Postage Stamps and rates are used whan mailing letters lor European points and such letters should be posted in the ship's letter box in the ordinary way.

The mail has is closed a tew hours previous to arrival. Full particulars and rates can be obtained at the Enquiry Office upon application.

Back Cover, S.S. Doric Passenger List 22 August 1930 (Cabin Passengers)

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