Substitute (District) Grand Masters apron for the Grand Lodge of Scotland as indicated by a square with, in the angle, the all-seeing eye. Worn by MW Bro. Israel Wood Powell (1867-71). According to Draffens List of Lodges the District Grand Lodge of British Columbia existed in 1867 and had such a Roll of District Grand Lodges been formally drawn up (and Draffens list suggests that one was so made for administrative use) then the DGL of BC would have had the number 46.
Past Masters apron (as indicated by the Square, Compasses and 90
degree segment) with crest (tree with a fish thereon) of the
City of Glasgow incorporating the motto of the city: 'Let Glasgow flourish' indicates a Past Provincial Grand Master of the Provincial Grand Lodge of Glasgow.
The design on the flap of this apron appears to be that of a sword and
baton (in saltire) overlaid with a badge represents that of a Provincial Grand Marshal and the badge probably is that of the Provincial Grand Lodge concerned.
The cuffs at the top are those of the District Grand Master of
British Columbia. The second pair of cuffs are those of a Deputé Master (the Square and Compasses combined). The use of thistles as well as the general design and colour is Scottish. These appear to be lodge cuffs rather than those of a Provincial, District or Grand Lodge.