Staff Salaries, 1908
The following list, derived from Public Accounts of the Province of Ontario for the Year Ended October 31 1918, fails to mention the amount of funds that were saved due to uncompensated labour of patients that for over sixty years played an instrumental part in the daily operation of the hospital.
Patients, male and female, were employed in most of the occupations listed below: as bakers, carpenters, masons, painters, gardener, farm hands, and many others.
List by Type of Position
|N. H. Beemer, M.D.||superintendent||$2,800|
|J. Rollins, M.D.||assistant superintendent||$1,133|
|A. Brown, M.D||assistant physician||$1,200|
|J. McArthur, M.D.||doctor||$4,480|
|Alexander Murray||clerk and stenographer||$1,200|
|Margaret Pattison||not specified||$450|
|Jno. Gourlay||engineer, main building||$1,000|
|William Wilkinson||assistant engineer||$750|
|E. Carrington||not specified||$100|
|W. E. Stock||farmer||$950|
|Thomas Pattison||assistant farmer||$700|
|Thomas Burgess||assistant gardener||$492|
|W. Mathewson||not specified||$492|
|[various]||chief attendants, attendants and nurses||$20,193.96 (total)|
|[various]||domestic help||$3,735.03 (total)|
|[various]||farm hands||$1,080 (total)|
|[various]||temporary assistance||$112 (total)|
Ontario. Ministry of Treasury and Economics. Public Accounts of the Province of Ontario for the Year Ended October 31 1918. Toronto: Ministry of Treasury and Economics, 1919. Retrieved September 4, 2012.