QR&Os: Volume III - Chapter 210
Miscellaneous Entitlements and Grants

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Section 1 - Grants

[Section 1: repealed by T.B. 829184 effective 1 September 2001]

[210.01 to 210.07: repealed by T.B. 829184 effective 1 September 2001]

[Section 2: repealed by T.B. 829184 effective 1 September 2001]

[210.08: repealed by P.C. 1971-10/1705 effective 1 July 1971]

[210.09: repealed by P.C. 1970-5/1495 effective 1 July 1970]

[210.10: repealed by P.C. 1972-3/1311 effective 13 June 1972]

[210.11: repealed by P.C. 1970-5/1495 effective 1 July 1970]

[210.12: repealed by P.C. 1982-7/1256 on 22 April 1982]

[210.13 to 210.19 inclusive: not allocated]

[Section 3: repealed by T.B. 829184 effective 1 September 2001]

[210.20 to 210.27: repealed by T.B. 829184 effective 1 September 2001]

[210.28 and 210.29 inclusive: not allocated]

210.30 - GRANTS TO REFERENCE LIBRARIES

(1) Subject to paragraphs (2) and (3), grants for the purpose of establishing and maintaining a reference library that is established with the approval of the Chief of the Defence Staff are payable in the amounts prescribed in the table to this article. (1 April 1981)

(2) The initial and annual maintenance grants payable under paragraph (1) shall be used only for the purchase and maintenance of books, periodicals and documents for reference purposes, as prescribed by the Chief of the Defence Staff.

(3) The annual maintenance grant for the fiscal year in which a reference library is established shall be, for each complete month remaining in that fiscal year, one-twelfth of the annual maintenance grant. (1 April 1981)

(G) [P.C. 1980-5/2996 effective 1 April 1981]

TABLE TO ARTICLE 210.30

Class of Library Amount of Maximum Initial Grant $ Amount of Maximum Annual Maintenance Grant $
National Defence College, Staff Colleges, Staff Schools and the Officer Candidate School 2,144 2,858
Command or Division Headquarters, CFB Halifax, CFB Equimalt, CFB Shearwater, CFB Cornwallis and special units or detachments for research, experimental and analysis purposes 1,071 1,428
Formation Headquarters when designated by the Chief of the Defence Staff, and Defence Liason Staff (Washington) Library 714 952
Units of the Regular Force specifically designated by the Chief of the Defence Staff 357 1,191
Any base or other unit or element of the Regular Force not provided for above 357 475
The Cambridge Library at Halifax . . . 714

(G) [P.C. 1984-3150 effective 1 April 1984]

210.31 - GRANTS TO UNIT READING ROOMS AND LIBRARIES - REGULAR FORCE

(1) An annual grant of $165 is payable towards the cost of maintaining for the use of non-commissioned members, a reading room and library other than a reference library, established with the approval of an officer commanding a command, at a base or other unit or element of the Regular Force.

(2) The Chief of the Defence Staff may approve an additional annual grant of $135 for a reading room and library established under paragraph (1) of this article at a base or other unit or element that he deems to be remotely situated.

(G) [P.C. 1980-5/2996 effective 1 April 1981]

210.315 - GRANTS TO RECREATIONAL LIBRARIES

(1) For the purposes of this article, "isolated unit" means a unit designated as such by the Chief of the Defence Staff.

(2) Subject to paragraphs (3) and (4) of this article, grants for the purpose of establishing and maintaining a recreational library, established in a ship, isolated unit or in a command to distribute circulating libraries to smaller ships or isolated units, with the approval of the Chief of Defence Staff, shall be paid at the rates prescribed in the table to this article.

(3)

  1. Payment of the initial grant shall be made on receipt of approval to establish the library.
  2. For the fiscal year in which a recreational library is established, the annual maintenance grant shall be one-twelfth of the amount prescribed in the table to this article for each complete month remaining in that fiscal year.
  3. Expenditures from grants to a recreational library shall be limited to those authorized by the Chief of the Defence Staff.

(4) The grants shall be paid into a fund on behalf of each ship, isolated unit or command library to be administered by such officers as are designated, and in accordance with any orders issued by the Chief of Defence Staff.

(G)

TABLE TO ARTICLE 210.315

Recreational Libraries Amount of Initial Grant $ Amoutn of Annual Maintenance Grant $
Ship or isolated unit with authorized establishment of over 600  7,142 2,285
Ship or isolated unit with authorized establishment of 301-600 5,357 1,714
Ship or isolated unit with authorized establishment of 151-300 3,571 1,142
Ship or isolated unit with authorized establishment of 75-150 1,785 571
Command Pool library 5,357 1,714

(G) [P.C. 1980-5/2996 effective 1 April 1981]

[210.32: repealed by P.C. 1974-9/897 effective 1 April 1974]

210.33 - GRANTS TO BANDS - REGULAR FORCE

An annual grant towards the cost of maintaining an authorized band of the Regular Force may be paid in an amount determined by the Chief of the Defence Staff but not exceeding the maximum amount calculated in accordance with the table to this article:

  1. for the purchase of music, minor repairs and maintenance of instruments, and other miscellaneous expenses; and
  2. in accordance with any orders issued by the Chief of the Defence Staff.

(G) [P.C. 1969-7/1497 effective 1 April 1969]

TABLE TO ARTICLE 210.33

Type of Band  Maximum Amount for each Member on
Authorized Strength of the Band $
Professional – Brass-Reed 68
Voluntary – Brass-Reed or Brass 43
Voluntary – Pipe 25
Voluntary – Piston Bugle, or Fife and Drum 25

(G) [P.C. 1980-5/2996 effective 1 April 1981]

210.335 - ANNUAL GRANT - CANADIAN FORCES SCHOOL OF MUSIC

An annual grant towards the cost of maintaining the Canadian Forces School of Music may be paid in the amount of $8,713:

  1. for the purchase of music, minor repairs and maintenance of instruments and other miscellaneous expenses; and
  2. in accordance with any orders issued by the Chief of Defence Staff.

(G) [P.C. 1980-5/2996 effective 1 April 1981]

210.34 - GRANTS TO BANDS - RESERVE FORCE

An annual grant towards the cost of maintaining an authorized band of Reserve Force may be paid in an amount determined by the Chief of Defence Staff but not exceeding the maximum amount calculated in accordance with the table to this article:

  1. for the purchase of music, minor repairs and maintenance of instruments and other miscellaneous expenses; and
  2. in accordance with any orders issued by the Chief of Defence Staff.

(G) [P.C. 1969-7/1497 effective 1 April 1969]

TABLE TO ARTICLE 210.34

Type of Band  Maximum Amount for each Member on
Authorized Strength of the Band $
Brass-Reed, or Brass 43
Pipe 25
Piston Buge, or Fife and Drum 25

(G) [P.C. 1980-5/2996 effective 1 April 1981]

210.345 - GRANTS TO BANDS - CEREMONIAL DRESS UNIFORMS

(1) Subject to paragraph (2) of this article, grants for the purpose of providing and maintaining ceremonial dress uniforms for officers and non-commissioned members of authorized bands of the Canadian Forces may be paid:

  1. in the amounts prescribed in the table to this article; and
  2. in accordance with any orders issued by the Chief of Defence Staff.

(2) Grants are not payable to units for which ceremonial dress uniforms are otherwise provided and maintained at public expense.

(G) [P.C. 1981-6/1813 of 2 July 1981]

TABLE TO ARTICLE 210.345

Description Initial Grant Annual Maintenance Grant

For each member on strength of an authorized band, but not exceeding the authorized strength

$211 $42

(G) [P.C. 1980-5/2996 effective 1 April 1981]

210.346 - GRANTS TO UNITS FOR THE PURCHASE AND MAINTENANCE OF KILTED ORDERS OF DRESS - RESERVE FORCE

(1) Subject to paragraph (2) of this article, grants for the purpose of providing and maintaining selected items of clothing, as prescribed in paragraph (3) of this article, for wear with kilted orders of dress for officers and non-commissioned members of the Reserve Force, may be paid to the commanding officer of a Reserve Force unit authorized to wear kilted orders of dress:

  1. when a unit is established, for each member on the authorized strength, an initial purchase grant equal to 60 per cent of the combined cost of the prescribed items of clothing, but not exceeding $253;
  2. when the authorized strength of an existing unit is increased, for each member brought on the added authorized strength, the initial purchase grant as prescribed in subparagraph (a) of this paragraph;
  3. for each member on the strength of a unit, but not exceeding the authorized strength, an annual maintenance grant in the amount of $40; and
  4. in accordance with any orders issued by the Chief of the Defence Staff.

(1 April 1984)

(2) Grants are not payable in respect of units for which kilted orders of dress are otherwise provided and maintained at public expense.

(3) Grants shall be paid for the purpose of purchasing and maintaining the kilt, the sporran, the hose and the balmoral.

(G) [P.C. 1984-3150 effective 1 April 1984]

210.35 - GRANTS TO ALTERNATE VOLUNTARY CEREMONIAL SUB-UNITS - REGULAR FORCE

An annual grant towards the cost of maintaining an alternate ceremonial sub-unit of the Regular Force may be paid in an amount determined by the Chief of the Defence Staff but not exceeding the maximum amount calculated in accordance with the table to this article:

  1. for the purchase, minor repair and maintenance of equipment, and other miscellaneous expenses; and
  2. in accordance with any orders issued by the Chief of the Defence Staff.

(G) [P.C. 1988-837 of 5 May 1988]

TABLE TO ARTICLE 210.35

Description Maximum Annual Grant
For each member on strength of an alternate voluntary ceremonial sub-unit, but not exceeding the authorized strength $25

(G) [P.C. 1988-837 of 5 May 1988]

210.354 - GRANTS TO ALTERNATE VOLUNTARY CEREMONIAL SUB-UNITS - CEREMONIAL DRESS UNIFORMS

(1) Subject to paragraph (2) of this article, grants for the purpose of providing and maintaining ceremonial dress uniforms for officers and non-commissioned members of authorized alternate voluntary ceremonial sub-units of the Canadian Forces, may be paid:

  1. in the amounts prescribed in the table to this article; and
  2. in accordance with any orders issued by the Chief of the Defence Staff.

(2) Grants are not payable to sub-units for which ceremonial dress uniforms are otherwise provided and maintained at public expense.

(G) [P.C. 1988-837 of 5 May 1988]

TABLE TO ARTICLE 210.354

Description  Initial Grant Annual Maintenance Grant

For each member on strength of an alternate voluntary ceremonial sub-unit, but not exceeding the authorized strength .

$211 $42

(G) [P.C. 1988-837 of 5 May 1988]

[210.355: repealed by P.C. 1976-4/2044 on 5 August 1976]

210.36 - GRANTS TO SHIPS' FIGHTING EFFICIENCY FUNDS

(1) In a ship in commission, a grant at the rate prescribed in the table to this article may be paid annually in advance into a fund designated the "Ship's Fighting Efficiency Fund". (1 April 1981)

(2)

  1. With the prior approval of the commanding officer, payment from the Ship's Fighting Efficiency Fund may be made on behalf of any department in the ship for
    1. minor fittings, devices or equipment that tend to promote general efficiency and are not included in the usual outfit of ships, and
    2. entrance fees to official small arms competitions.
  2. No portion of the fund shall be expended on prize money or emoluments to officers and non-commissioned members of the Canadian Forces.

(3) Payment of the grant shall be made in the manner prescribed by the Chief of the Defence Staff.

(G) [P.C. 1980-5/2996 effective 1 April 1981]

TABLE TO ARTICLE 210.36

Type of Ship Annual Grant $
Destroyer, Submarine, Operational Support Ship and Fleet Support Ship 273
Patrol and Port Vessels 45

(G) [P.C. 1984-3150 effective 1 April 1984]

210.37 - PROVISION AND MAINTENANCE OF PHYSICAL FITNESS EQUIPMENT - REGULAR FORCE

(1) The Chief of the Defence Staff may, for the purpose of providing physical fitness equipment for a base or other unit or element of the Regular Force, approve a grant of:

  1. $21.55 for each officer and non-commissioned member authorized in the establishment of the base or other unit or element on initial organization; and
  2. on each occasion following the initial organization, when the establishment of the base or other unit or element is increased by 100 or more officers and non-commissioned members, $21.55 for each officer and non-commissioned member included in the increase.

(5 June 1986)

(2) Subject to paragraphs (3), (4), (5) and (6) of this article, a grant may be paid quarterly in accordance with orders issued by the Chief of the Defence Staff to the commanding officer of a base or other unit or element of the Regular Force for the maintenance of physical fitness equipment used by:

  1. officers and non-commissioned members of the Regular Force on strength of the base or other unit or element;
  2. officers and non-commissioned members of a force other than the Canadian Forces on strength of the base or other unit or element;
  3. officers of the Canadian Forces who are in full-time attendance at a university or Canadian Military College and who, between academic years, are posted to the base or other unit or element for training; and
  4. sea, army or air cadets at an authorized Cadet Camp established at the base or other unit or element.

(3) The grant payable under subparagraphs (2)(a) and (b) of this article:

  1. shall not exceed for any fiscal year
    1. $17.40 for each officer and non-commissioned member, including officers and non-commissioned members of a force other than the Canadian Forces, on strength at a base, other unit or element where the total strength of such personnel does not exceed 350, or
    2. $13.50 for each officer and non-commissioned member, including officers and non-commissioned members of a force other than the Canadian Forces, on strength at a base, other unit or element where the total strength of such personnel is greater than 350, or
    3. when a base or other unit or element is organized or disbanded during the year, one-twelfth of the amount computed under sub-subparagraphs (i) and (ii) of this subparagraph for each complete month that the base or other unit or element exists; and
  2. shall be based on the average monthly strength of the base or other unit or element for the three month period immediately preceding this period covered by the claim for the grant submitted as prescribed by the Chief of the Defence Staff.

(5 June 1986)

(4) The grant payable under subparagraph (2)(c) of this article shall not exceed, for any fiscal year, $5.40 for each officer posted to the base or other unit or element, and may be restricted to the bases or other units or elements and to the amounts prescribed by the Chief of the Defence Staff. (5 June 1986)

(5) The grant payable under subparagraph (2)(d) of this article shall not exceed, for any fiscal year, $1.35 for each sea, army or air cadet authorized to attend the camp. (5 June 1986)

(6) Entitlement to a grant described in paragraph (2) of this article in respect of a fiscal year shall be reduced by the amount of the unexpended balance of any grant paid under paragraph (2) of this article during the previous fiscal year.

(7) Grants payable under this article to provide and maintain physical fitness equipment and the financial limitations thereon contained in sub-subparagraphs (3)(a)(i) and (ii) and paragraphs (4) and (5) of this article shall be increased or decreased annually by an amount prescribed by the Chief of the Defence Staff and equal to the percentage increase or decrease in the Consumer Price Index during the previous year. (5 June 1986)

(G) [P.C. 1986-5/1373 of 5 June 1986]

210.375 - PROVISION AND MAINTENANCE OF PHYSICAL FITNESS EQUIPMENT - RESERVE FORCE

(1) Subject to paragraph (2) of this article , the Chief of the Defence Staff may, for the purpose of providing physical fitness equipment for a unit or other element of the Reserve Force, approve a grant of:

  1. $5.40 for each officer and non-commissioned member authorized in the establishment of the unit or other element on initial organization; and
  2. on each occasion following the initial organization, when the establishment of the unit or other element is increased by 100 or more officers and non-commissioned members, $5.40 for each officer and non-commissioned member included in the increase.

(5 June 1986)

(2) A unit or other element disbanded for the purpose of immediate reorganization is not entitled to the grant prescribed in paragraph (1) of this article, unless the unit or other element is authorized to reorganize after having been dormant for a period of one year or more.

(3) Subject to paragraph (4) of this article, a commanding officer may be reimbursed for the amount expended for the maintenance of physical fitness equipment of his unit or other element.

(4) The amount claimed under paragraph (3) of this article in any year:

  1. shall not exceed
    1. $2.80 for each officer and non-commissioned member, except a member of a university unit, or
    2. when a unit or other element is organized or disbanded during the year, one-twelfth of the amount computed under sub-subparagraph (i) of this subparagraph for each complete month that the unit or other element exists; and
  2. shall be based on the average monthly strength of the unit or other element for the period covered by the claim for reimbursement, submitted as prescribed by the Chief of the Defence Staff.

(5 June 1986)

(5) Grants and reimbursements payable under this article to provide and maintain physical fitness equipment and the financial limitations contained in sub-subparagraph (4)(a)(i) of this article shall be increased or decreased annually by an amount prescribed by the Chief of the Defence Staff and equal to the percentage increase or decrease in the Consumer Price Index during the previous year. (5 June 1986)

(G) [P.C. 1986-5/1373 of 5 June 1986]

210.38 - RECOVERABLE ADVANCES TO MESSES AND CANTEENS

(1) For the purpose of assisting in the establishment of a mess or canteen, and subject to any orders issued by the Chief of the Defence Staff, a recoverable advance of public funds may be made in the amounts and under the conditions prescribed in this article.

(2) An advance may be made:

  1. to an officers' mess in an amount not exceeding $85 for each officer on the establishment of the base or other unit or element;
  2. to a mess for non-commissioned members of or above the rank of sergeant in an amount not exceeding $60 for each non- commissioned member of or above that rank on the establishment of the base or other unit or element; and
  3. to a non-commissioned member's canteen in an amount not exceeding $60 for each non-commissioned member below the rank of sergeant on the establishment of the base or other unit or element.

(8 June 1978)

(3) Repayment of an advance to any mess or canteen shall be made within three years, but no repayment need be made during the first six months of that period. (26 November 1968)

(4) When a base or other unit or element is disbanded or inactivated any unrefunded portion of an advance authorized under this article shall be repaid immediately.

(5) When public funds are advanced to a mess or canteen in a ship, the stock of commodities shall be insured; but when Canada is at war, war risk insurance is not required.

(G) [P.C. 1978-6/1903 of 8 June 1978]

[210.39: repealed by P.C. 1972-6/2459 effective 5 October 1972]

210.40 - UNIT GRANTS - PRIMARY RESERVE - GENERAL CONDITIONS

The grants authorized in articles 210.41 (Organization Grant - Primary Reserve Units) and 210.42 (Contingency Grant - Primary Reserve Units) are:

  1. deemed not to be personal funds of the officer receiving them but are to be paid into unit funds; and
  2. to be used for the purposes specified in orders issued by the Chief of the Defence Staff.

(G) [P.C. 1969-8/2007 effective 1 April 1969]

210.41 - ORGANIZATION GRANT - PRIMARY RESERVE UNITS

(1) The commanding officer of a unit of the Primary Reserve shall, with the approval of the Chief of the Defence Staff, be reimbursed for expenses incurred:

  1. on the initial organization of a unit; or
  2. when a unit is authorized to reorganize after having been dormant for a period of one year or more; or
  3. when the reorganization of a unit involves a change in location of the unit.

(2) Reimbursement of expenses mentioned in paragraph (1) of this article shall not exceed the amounts prescribed in the table to this article.

(G) [P.C. 1969-8/2007 effective 1 April 1969]

TABLE TO ARTICLE 210.41

Authorized Size of Unit Amount $
1 – 100 344
101 – 200 689
201 – 200 1,034
301 – 400 1,379

(G) [P.C. 1980-5/2996 effective 1 April 1981]

210.42 - CONTINGENCY GRANT - PRIMARY RESERVE UNITS

(1) For the purposes of this article, "effective strength" shall have the meaning prescribed by the Chief of the Defence Staff.

(2) Subject to paragraphs (3), (4) and (5) of this article and to any limitations prescribed by the Chief of the Defence Staff, Contingency Grant is payable, on 1 April each fiscal year, to the commanding officer of a unit of the Primary Reserve at an annual rate not exceeding $20 for each officer and non-commissioned member, based on the average monthly effective strength of the unit during the preceding fiscal year. (1 April 1981)

(3) Payment of Contingency Grant to a commanding officer is subject to deductions for the payment, as directed by the Minister, of any claim against the unit arising out of the acts or omissions of the unit or of any officer or non-commissioned member thereof.

(4) Payment of Contingency Grant to a commanding officer is subject to deductions, as directed by the Chief of the Defence Staff or such officer as he may designate for that purpose, for:

  1. damages, for which the unit is responsible, to public property; and
  2. deficiencies in public property on charge to the unit.

(27 March 1973)

(5) Entitlement to a grant described in paragraph (2) of this article in respect of a fiscal year shall be reduced by the amount of the unexpended balance of any grant paid under paragraph (2) of this article during the previous fiscal year.

(G) [P.C. 1980-5/2996 effective 1 April 1981]

[210.43 to 210.49 inclusive: not allocated]

[210.50 and 210.51: repealed by P.C. 1998-1147 effective 1 April 1997]

[210.52 to 210.59 inclusive: not allocated]


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Section 2 - Professional Fees and Expenses - Civilians

210.60 - WITNESS FEES AND ALLOWANCES

Section 251.2 of the National Defence Act provides:

"251.2 A person, other than an officer or non-commissioned member or an officer or employee of the Department, summoned or attending to give evidence before a court martial, the Grievances Committee, the Military Judges Inquiry Committee, the Military Police Complaints Commission, a board of inquiry, a commissioner taking evidence under this Act or any inquiry committee established under the regulations is entitled in the discretion of that body to receive the like fees and allowances for so doing as if summoned to attend before the Federal Court."

NOTES

(A) The fees and allowances payable to witnesses who are summoned to attend before the Federal Court are set out in Tariff A of the Federal Court Rules. The tariff may be obtained by contacting the nearest representative of the Office of the Judge Advocate General.

(B) Section 251.2 of the National Defence Act does not apply to officers and non-commissioned members or officers and employees of the Department. When they appear as witnesses before a court martial, the Grievances Committee, the Military Judges Inquiry Committee, the Military Police Complaints Commission, a board of inquiry, a commissioner taking evidence under this Act or an inquiry committee established under the regulations, they are entitled to transportation and travelling expenses as set out in applicable regulations, orders and directives.

(C) [1 September 1999; 18 October 2013]

210.61 - EMPLOYMENT OF CIVILIAN MEDICAL DOCTORS AND OTHER CIVILIAN HEALTH CARE PERSONNEL - FEES AND EXPENSES

(1) For the purposes of this article, the term "other health care personnel" includes persons, other than medical doctors, who are certified or qualified to provide medical or health care of a kind prescribed in orders issued by the Chief of the Defence Staff.

(2) When an officer designated for that purpose in orders issued by the Chief of the Defence Staff certifies that necessary medical care cannot be provided by a medical facility operated by the Canadian Forces or another department of the federal government, he may, subject to any limitations prescribed by the Chief of the Defence Staff, authorize the employment, on a casual or temporary basis for a period of less than six months, of civilian medical doctors or other health care personnel as required.

(3) Notwithstanding paragraph (2) of this article, medical doctors or other health care personnel may be locally engaged outside Canada for periods of six months or more.

(4) A civilian medical doctor who is employed under paragraph (2) or (3) of this article shall:

  1. when employed
    1. for an individual examination, treatment or consultation, be paid the fee authorized by the Minister for that type of examination, treatment or consultation, or
    2. for part-time employment other than described in subparagraph (i), be paid such fee, determined by the Chief of the Defence Staff, as does not exceed the maximum amount prescribed by the Governor in Council; and
  2. subject to the approval of the officer authorizing his employment, be reimbursed in the amount of his actual and reasonable travelling expenses.

(5) Other health care personnel who are employed in Canada under paragraph (2) of this article shall be paid at the rate of pay prevailing in the area of employment for a person holding the applicable health care certification or qualification.

(6) Other health care personnel who are employed at Canadian Forces medical facilities outside Canada shall be paid the rate of pay prescribed by the Minister.

(G) [P.C. 1974-12/2416 of 5 November 1974]

210.62 - EMPLOYMENT OF CIVILIAN OFFICIATING CLERGYMAN - FEES AND EXPENSES

A civilian clergyman who is provided as an officiating clergyman under orders issued by the Chief of the Defence Staff (see article 33.02 - Provision of Chaplains and Officiating Clergymen) shall:

  1. be paid such fee determined by the Chief of the Defence Staff, in an amount which does not exceed the prevailing daily basic rate of pay for a chaplain in the Public Service (Social Work - Chaplain Level I); and
  2. subject to the approval of the officer authorizing his employment, be reimbursed in the amount of his actual and reasonable travelling expenses.

(G) [P.C. 1982-1/1129 effective 1 April 1982]

[210.63: repealed by P.C. 1985-3/3270 of 31 October 1985]

[210.64 to 210.69 inclusive: not allocated]

[210.70: repealed by P.C. 1978-2/3022 effective 1 October 1978]


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Section 3 - Miscellaneous Entitlements

[210.71 and 210.72: repealed by T.B. 829184 effective 1 Septembre 2001]

210.73 - EXPENSES FOR THE APPREHENSION OF DESERTERS

(1) Subject to paragraph (2) of this article, a person, other than an officer or non-commissioned member of the Regular Force, who apprehends and delivers into service custody an officer or non-commissioned member who is a deserter or an absentee without leave from the Regular Force, shall be reimbursed for any necessary and reasonable expense incurred in effecting the apprehension and delivery into custody of the deserter or absentee, including any expenses incurred for board and lodging.

(2) The reimbursement prescribed in paragraph (1) of this article shall not be paid when there is evidence of collusion between the claimant and the officer or non-commissioned member apprehended.

(G)

[210.74 and 210.75: repealed 1 April 1989]

210.76 - REWARDS FOR REPORTING MINES OR TORPEDOES

(1) Rewards may be paid for the reporting of mines or torpedoes at the rates and under the circumstances prescribed in this article.

(2)

  1. Apart from the appropriate reward prescribed in the table to this article, payment shall not be made for loss, material damage, loss of earnings or other damages resulting from the reporting of and remaining with a mine or torpedo.
  2. A reward shall not be paid for a mine brought up in fishing trawls and no payment shall be made for
    1. damage to trawls, or
    2. damage sustained in destroying or sinking a mine.
  3. A reward for the reporting of a mine or torpedo shall not be paid to a member of the Canadian Forces or a person employed in or by the Canadian Forces.

(3)

  1. Except as prescribed in (b) of this paragraph, the local military authority shall certify and forward a claim for a reward made in accordance with this article to the officer commanding the command who, if he authorizes payment, shall pass the claim to the Regional Services Officer for payment.
  2. When a claim for a reward is made for the reporting of a torpedo lost from one of Her Majesty's Canadian Ships cruising outside of Canadian waters, the commanding officer may authorize the payment of the reward through the ship's cash account.
  3. Before payment is made, action shall be taken to obtain a statement in writing that no further claim will be made in respect of the reporting. The statement shall be in the following form:

I _____ *(for myself and on behalf of _____ the owner of the vessel _____) in consideration of the payment of $_____ receipt whereof is hereby by me acknowledged, hereby release and forever discharge Her Majesty from and against any claim of whatsoever nature arising out of the reporting of _____.

*Insert when payment is made to a person who is not the owner of the vessel involved.

Dated at _____ this _____ day of _____ 19____

(Signature)

(Witness)

(G) [P.C. 1974-8/1188 effective 1 January 1973]

TABLE TO ARTICLE 210.76
Rewards for the reporting of Mines or Torpedoes

CONDITIONS RATES

Mines - For the first report of a mine washed up on the shore of Canada and remaining with it until local authority arrives

$25

Mines - For reporting a mine floating off the coast of Canada and remaining with it until arrival of a mine disposal vessel or mine disposal personnel

$200

Torpedoes - For furnishing information to the nearest maritime port, or customs authority, resulting in the recovery of a lost torpedo

$50

Torpedoes - For reporting a torpedo floating off the coast of Canada and remaining with it until arrival of a torpedo recovery vessel

$200

(G) [P.C. 1974-8/1188 effective 1 January 1973]

210.77 - ACCOMMODATION GRANT - PERSONS RESCUED

To provide for minor comforts for rescued persons, a daily grant shall be paid in respect of each such person accommodated in a ship under paragraph (7) of CBI209.30 (Travelling Expenses - Conditions and Entitlements).

(G) [P.C. 2001-1508 effective 1 September 2001]

[210.78: repealed by T.B. 829184 effective 1 September 2001]

[210.79: not allocated]

[210.80 and 210.81: repealed by T.B. 829184 effective 1 September 2001]

[210.815: repealed by P.C. 1975-6/2406 on 9 October 1975]

210.82 - GRANTS TO A SPOUSE OR COMMON-LAW PARTNER OR A DEPENDENT CHILD OF A MEMBER SUBJECT TO FORFEITURE

(1) This article applies to an officer or non-commissioned member who is married or in a common-law partnership or is single and has a dependent child as defined in CBI 205.015 (Definitions).

(2) When an officer or non-commissioned member described in paragraph (1) is subject to a forfeiture prescribed in subparagraph (1)(c), (d) or (e) or paragraph (3) of article 208.30 (Forfeitures - Officers and Non-commissioned Members) for a continuous period exceeding seven days

  1. the commanding officer may authorize payment of monthly grants to the spouse or common-law partner, dependent child or the person or persons undertaking the care of the dependent child, in a total amount not to exceed the amount authorized under the appropriate Provincial Assistance Program or the member's pay to which they would otherwise be entitled during the entire period of the forfeiture, whichever is the lesser; and
  2. the Minister may authorize additional payment of monthly grants to the spouse or common-law partner, dependent child or the person or persons undertaking the care of the dependent child, which exceeds the amount authorized by the commanding officer in subparagraph (a), but not to exceed the member's pay to which they would otherwise be entitled during the entire period of the forfeiture.

(G) [P.C. 2001-1508 effective 1 September 2001]

[210.83: repealed by T.B. 829184 effective 1 September 2001]

[210.84: repealed by P.C. 1968-17/2154 effective 1 October 1968]

[210.85: repealed by P.C. 1979-11/1459 on 9 May 1979]

[210.86 to 210.89 inclusive: not allocated]

210.90 - MOVEMENT AND STORAGE OF NON-PUBLIC PROPERTY

(1) Subject to such limitations, terms or conditions as may be prescribed by the Chief of the Defence Staff, when a unit or other element of the Regular Force is moved, other than temporarily:

  1. from one location to another in Canada, the public bears the cost of packing, crating, cartage, transportation to the new location, unpacking and uncrating of the non-public property of the unit or other element;
  2. from Canada to a location outside Canada, the public bears the cost of packing, crating, cartage and transportation of those items of non-public property that are of an attractive nature or of intrinsic or historical value to the nearest place where appropriate storage facilities are available and of storage at owner's risk until they can be restored to the unit or other element in Canada; and
  3. to a location in Canada on return from overseas, the public bears the cost of packing, crating, transportation, cartage, unpacking and uncrating of the non-public property when it is restored to the unit or other element in Canada.

(2) In an emergency, the Chief of the Defence Staff may authorize, at public expense, under such terms and conditions as he may prescribe:

  1. the packing and crating;
  2. the unpacking and uncrating;
  3. the movement into and out of storage; and
  4. the storage at owner's risk;

of all or part of the non-public property of a unit or other element.

(G)

[210.91, 210.92, 210.925 and 210.93: repealed by P.C. 1982-4/1763 effective 1 April 1982]

[210.94: repealed by T.B. 829184 effective 1 September 2001]

[210.95 to 210.99 inclusive: not allocated]