J.T.: 5761/1940 [undated]

J.T.: 5761/1940 [undated]

Data in handwriting:

Selling price:
Requisition date:
Appraised price:
Forced sale?
Index price: 634
Index number:
Other annotations/comments:
Red ink: Wreck; Pencil next to index number: No value given; Blue ink: Because vessel is so old, have told Naval officer that she cannot stand tow to New Westminster but was towed in submerged condition; Blue ink: Vessel bought in Sept. 1941 but transfer of ownership not registered yet; Pencil next to replacement value: Owner claiming 300; Blue ink before present value amount: Purchased in Sept. 1941.
Editorial Note
Further address information is pencilled in below “Quathiaski Cove” and crossed out and corrected with 210 Powell St. This address information is unclear: Powell street is in Vancouver East Side, while Quathisaki Cove is on Quadra island. It is also unclear if the value (present) is actually 264.38, or if this information is misplaced on the page.
Name of Vessel Official Number 5761/1940 Naval Control Number not encoded
Port of Registry not encoded Date of Registry not encoded
Length not encoded Width not encoded Depth not encoded
Make of engine not encoded Date When Re-Installed not encoded
Horse Power not encoded Knot (Speed) not encoded
When Hull Built not encoded When Hull Rebuilt not encoded
Type of Vessel Troller
Formerly Used as not encoded Value (Replacement)
Date When Surveyed Last not encoded Value (Present) 264.38
Place of Operation not encoded Value (Insured)
Charter Rate: 1940 Chartered To: 1940
Charter Rate: 1941 Chartered To: 1941
Amount of Mortgage, If Any Nil Mortgaged To:
Registered Owner's Name Templeton, Jim Actual Owner's Name Atagi, Kiyomatsu
Address Address Quathiaski Cove. B.C.



J.T.: 5761/1940 [undated]
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Source: Auto-generated from row 307 of an original spreadsheet created by the Directories cluster. Registration/sale record of J.T., [Undated]


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