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 BEITISH COLUMBIA.
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS
FOR  THE
FISCAL YEAR ENDED 31st MARCH, 1912.
PERIOD FROM 1st APRIL, 1911, TO 31st MARCH, 1912.
THE GOVERNMENT OF
THE PRC'JIKCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
PRINTED BY
AUTHORITY OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.
VICTORIA, B.C.:
Printed by William H. Ctjllin, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1913.  3 Geo. 5       Public Accounts, 1st April, 1911, to 31st March, 1912. C 3
To His Honour Thomas Wilson Paterson,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour:
The undersigned has the honour to present the Public Accounts of British Columbia for
the fiscal year ended 31st March, 1912.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
PRICE ELLISON,
Minister of Finance.
Treasury Department,
Victoria, 12th December, 1912.  3 Geo. 5      Public Accounts, 1st April, 1911, to 31st March, 1912.
C 5
Audit Office,
12th December, 1912.
To the Hon. Price Ellison,
Minister of Finance.
The undersigned has the honour to present to you the Public Accounts for the fiscal year
ended 31st March, 1912.
Respectfully submitted,
J. A. ANDERSON, B.A.,
Auditor-General.  3 Geo. 5       Public Accounts, 1st April, 1911, to 31st March, 1912. C 7
PUBLIC   ACCOUNTS
FISCAL   YEAR   ENDED   31ST   MARCH,   1912.
TABLE  OF  CONTENTS.
Page    8— Balance Sheet of the Province of British Columbia.
] 1— Debentures Outstanding Issued under the British Columbia Loan Acts.
12— Inscribed Stock Issued under the British Columbia Loan Acts.
13— Debentures Outstanding Issued under the Dyking Acts.
13— Guarantees under the Railway Acts.
14— Statement, showing amount of Debentures of the Loan 1887 redeemed by conversion into
Inscribed Stock.
15— Loan, 1887 ; Sinking Fund Account.
17—       Loans, 1891, 1893, 1895, 1899 and 1902, Inscribed Stock; Sinking Fund Account.
19—       Debt Account -.  The Dominion of Canada in account with the Province.
19— Subsidy Account :  The Dominion of Canada in account with the Province.
20— Shuswap and Okanagan Railway Company : Statement showing the Amounts paid and
received by the Province of British Columbia.
21— Victoria   and   Sidney   Railway   Company,   in   account   with  the  Province  of   British
Columbia.
22— Nakusp and Slocan Railway in account with the Province of British Columbia.
23— Receipts and Expenditure ; from 1st July, 1902, to 31st March, 1912.   (Table No. 3.)
25—       Statement showing details of "Miscellaneous Receipts."
27—       District Returns of Revenue.
29—       Expenditure ; Summary.
31-272— do. Detailed.
273-277—Appropriation  and  Expenditure ;   Statement showing Appropriation and Expenditure
also sums unexpended and over-expended.
279-280—Unprovided Items ; Statement of Services the Expenditures on which have exceeded their
Appropriation.
281-282—Lapsed Balances of Appropriations.  C 8
BALANCE   SHEET   OF   THE   PROVINCE   OF   BRITISH   COLUMBIA
DR.
AS PER TREASURY ACCOUNTS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED 31st MARCH, 1912.
(From 1st April, 1911, to 31st March, 1912.)
CR.
ASSETS.
Dominion Government, Section 2, Terms of Union	
Sinking Fund Loan, 1887, (invested in London).
1891, '93, '95, '99 & 1902,      do.
(Inscribed Stock).
Do. do
Do. do.      B. C. Dyking Debentures, 1897 and 1899.
Canadian Bank of Commerce, Account Current (cash on deposit)	
Other Banks within the Province (cash on deposit)	
Canadian Bank of Commerce (Gold Bar Deposit Account)	
Bank of Montreal, Land Registry Assurance Fund Deposit (Land Registry Act, 1906)
Glyn, Mills, Currie & Co., London	
Victoria & Sidney Railway Co. (amount paid for interest on the Company's bonds)
Advance to farmers for seed in 1895 (re Fraser River floods)	
Nakusp and Slocan Railway, mortgage account	
Shuswap and Okanagan Railway Co. (amount paid for interest on bonds, etc., in
excess of Dominion subsidy and net earnings)	
Nakusp and Slocan Railway Co. (amount paid for interest on bonds, etc., in excess
of Dominion subsidy and net earnings)	
Security Investment in B. C. 3% Stock for B. C. Plate Glass Insurance Co	
Bank of Montreal, Montreal (cash deposit by the Royal Trust Co. as security under
sec. 2, of the " Company's Incorporation Act, 1905 ")	
Bank of Ottawa, Vancouver (cash deposited by the Western Union Fire Insurance
Co. as security under the provisions of the B. C. Fire Insurance Act, 1911....
Comox Creamery Association (Loan, " Dairy Associations Act")	
Abbotsford Creamery Association (Loan, " Dairy Associations Act")	
Okanagan Creamery Association (Loan, " Dairy Associations Act")	
White Valley Creamery Association (Loan, " Dairy Associations Act")	
Cowichan Creamery Association (Loan " Dairy Associations Act")	
Dewdney Municipality (Loan, " Dewdney Municipality Relief Act, 1906")	
Canada Zinc Company (Loan, "Canada Zine Company Loan Act, 19u8")	
Thos. H. McKay, late Collector, Vancouver	
City of Prince Rupert, Advances for Sewers, Water-works, and Fire Protection ...
do Advance for Compilation of Assessment Roll	
Rural Districts School Tax (advances to schools)	
Giant Powder Co., Stumping Powder account	
Chilliwhack  Dvkinsr District -I CaPital charge against Lands, under the "Dyking
wumwnacK uyKmg .District j    Assessments Adjustment Act, 1905 "	
- Coquitlam
Maple Ridge
Matsqui
Pitt Meadows
do.
Coquitlam
Chilliwhack
Maple Ridge
Matsqui
Pitt Meadows
Chilliwhack
Coquitlam
Maple Ridge
Matsqui
Pitt Meadows
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Tract No. 1,
do.   No. '.'
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Interest account	
do. 	
do. 	
do. 	
Tract No. 2, Interest account.
Maintenance of Dykes	
do	
do	
do	
Tract No. 1,       do	
do.   No. 2,        do. 	
Advances to Departments, viz.:—
Provincial Secretary §1,932 75
Minister of Lands  4,100 00
Attorney-General      775 00
Public Works Engineer  1,350 00
do Assist      500 00
Minister of Mines      200 00
Minister of Finance      135 25
Game Warden         150 00
Cash balances in hands of District Agents
Cash balance on hand at Treasury.....
T. Cunningham    $ 500 00
Superintendent of Police  200 00
Agent-General, London  495 15
Department of Agriculture... 9,825 00
Assessors  150 00
Boiler Inspectors  250 00
Inspectors of Offices  750 00
$583,021 40
307,375 86
1,829,921 25
56,496 26
3,633,599 05
4,218,966 52
448 97
58,656 78
174 80
118,375 00
15,525 33
647,072 00
376,023 11
199,042 42
970 00
60,000 00
25,000 00
1,500 00
400 00
1,000 00
2,000 00
2,000 00
13,239 00
26,628 26
835 85
105,233 60
905 65
9,618 86
4,509 70
199,969 30
57,982 71
127,388 13
124,256 85
17,815 32
17,052 68
750 89
716 51
1,731 60
1,113 07
579 13
2,725 83
3,079 49
3,616 48
4,876 36
100 80
1,478 92
LIABILITIES.
21,313 15
461,848 80
4,208 97
813,341,174 46
British Columbia Loan (Act, 1887) bearing 4J ;
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
(Act, 1891)
(Act, 1893)
(Act, 1895)
(Act, 1899)
(Act, 1902)
(Act, 1903)
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
i cent, interest, payable in London
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
do. do.    at Victoria
do
(Dyking Debenture Acts, 1897,1898, and 1899)
Railway Guarantee Bonds (Nakusp and Slocan Railway Aid Act, 1894)	
Deposits (Intestate Estates, etc.)	
do.       (Suitors' Funds, " Suitors' Fund Act")	
do.      (surplus moneys from tax sales) 	
do.       (Official Guardian)	
British Columbia Plate Glass Insurance Co. (Security Deposit, section 3 of the
Company's Incorporation Act, 1901)	
Royal Trust Co. (Security Deposit, section 2 of the Company's Incorporation
Act, 1905)	
Western Union Fire Insurance Co. (security deposit section 6 of the Company's
Act of Incorporation, 1910)	
Wellington Collieries Railway Co. (security deposit under section 10 of the B.C.
Railway Act, 1911)	
Victoria Harbour Railway Co. (security deposit under section 10 of the B.C.
Railway Act, 1911).    	
Real Estate Mining Claims (sec. 152, " Placer Mining Act ")	
Chilliwhack Dyking District, Sinking Fund Account	
Coquitlam
do.
Maple Ridge
do.
Matsqui
do.
Pitt Meadows
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Tract No. 1,
do.   No. 2,
Gold Bar Account (bullion deposit from Assay Office)
Dyking Debentures, accrued interest on investments	
Deposits under " Plans Cancellation Act"	
do.           section 86, Land Clauses Consolidation Act.
Canadian Explosives, Ltd., Stumping Powder account	
Province of British Columbia (being balance of Assets over Liabilities)
:   381.
2,139
599.
2,037.
1,649.
3,496
8.
475,
647,
265.
340.
45.
29.
210 00
141 00
945 00
000 00
000 00
850 00
000 00
000 00
072 00
862 90
451 58
784 94
093 55
970 00
50,000 00
25,000 00
15,000 00
15,000 00
352 04
21,377 93
6,844 10
12,660 56
7,161 64
1,814 68
3,598 25
448 97
8,697 50
498 00
2,602 50
3,358 50
1,054,378 82
$13,341,174 46
Examined and found correct—J. A. ANDERSON, Auditor-General.
J. McB. SMITH, Deputy Minister of Finance. 3 Geo. 5     Public Accounts, 1st April, 1911, to 31st March, 1912. C 11
DEBENTURES   OUTSTANDING.
RETURN showing the amount of Debentures outstanding, issued under the British
Columbia Loan Acts.
[To 31st March, 1912.]
4 lj2per cent.—Debentures issued tinder(t Loan, A.ct, 1887" (Payable in 30 years).
Terminable,
30th June, 1917.
Numbers.
Denomination.
Total amount
issued.
Deduct Amount
redeemed by conversion under authority of Act, 1891,
for consolidating
the Public Debt.
Outstanding
subject to
conversion.
Total
Amount
outstanding.
Date of Issue,
1st July, 1887.
/    1 to    200
\201 to 1,254
200 @ £500 \
1,054 @ £100/
£205,400=4996,190
£126,800-$614,980
£78,600 @ 4.85 =
$381,210 00
5 per cent.—Debentures issued tinder tf Treasury Debenture Loan Act, 1903"
(JPayable in, 10 years).
Terminable,
1st March, 1914.
Numbers.
Denomination.
Total amount
issued.
Amount redeemed.
Date of Issue.
1st March, 1904.
1 to 1,000
$1,000
$1,000,000
$992,000
8,000 0
$389,210 00
Audit Office,
12th December, 1912.
J. A. ANDERSON,
Auditor-General. C 12
Public Accounts, 1st April, 1911, to 31st March, 1912.
INSCRIBED    STOCK   ISSUED.
RETURN   showing   the   amount of Inscribed Stock issued under the British Columbia
Loan Acts.
[To 31st March,  1912.]
3 per cent—Inscribed, Stock, issued under " loan Act, 1891" (Payable in 50 Tears).
Terminable
30th June, 1941.
Date of
1st July,
1st July,
1st Jan.,
1st July,
1st Jan.,
1st Jan.,
1st July,
1st July,
1st Jan.,
1st July,
Issue.
1891.,
189-2.,
1893.,
1893.,
1894.,
1895.,
1895..
1896..
1897..
1897..
Issue for "Money
Loan.
£200,000 = 8970,000
Issue for redemption
of Debentures of
Loan, 1877.
£42,195 = $204,645.75
99,182.50
4,753.00
10,185.00
11,543.00
7,469.00
8,827.00
30,312.50
20,450 =
980 =
2,100=
2,380=
1,540=
1,820=
6,260 =
Issue for redemption
of Debentures of
Loan, 1887.
£126,750 = 8614
12,720=    61
,737.50
,692.00
7,250= 36
9,375= 45
500= 2,
2,000= 9.
3,600= 17
1,150= 5
1(12.50
468.75
425.00
700.00
460.00
577.50
Total
£200,000 (
168,945
33,170
980
9,350
11,755
2,040
3,820
9,850
1,150
£441,060
} |4.85=
S 970,000.00
819,383.26
160,874.50
4,753.00
45,347.50
57,011.75
9,894.00
18,527.00
47,772.50
5,577.50
$2,139,141.00
3 per cent.—Inscribed Stock issued tinder "loan Act, 1893" (Payable in 48 Years),
Terminable 30th June, 1941.
Date of Issue.
1st July, 1893.
Issue for Parliament Buildings Construction, £123,700 @ $4.85 .
3pei' cent Inscribed Stoclc issued under "loan Act, 1895" (Payable in. 46 Years),
Terminable 30th Jane, 1941.
Date of Issue,
from
1st Jan., 1895.
.£420,000 @$4.85.
3 per cent.—Inscribed Stock issued under " loan Act, 1899" (Payable in 42 Years),
Terminable 30th June, 1941.
3 per cent—Inscribed Stock issued under " loan Act, 1903 " (Payable in 39 Years),
Terminable 30th June, 1941.
42,139,141 00
599,945
2,037,000 OO
),000 00-
Audit Office,
12th December, 1912.
3. A. ANDERSON,
A uditor- General. 3 Geo. 5      Public Accounts, 1st April, 1911, to 31st March, 1912.
C 13
DYKING   DEBENTURES   OUTSTANDING.
RETURN" showing the amount of Debentures outstanding, issued under the Dyking Acts.
[To 31st March, 1912.]
3J per cent.—Debentures issued under the "Dyking Debenture Act, 1897," the "Public
Dyking Act, 1898," and the "Public Dyking Act (1898) Amendment Act, 1899."
Date of Issue.
Date Issued from
Treasury.
Numbers.
Denomination.
When redeemable.
Total amount
outstanding.
July 1st, 1897....
ii          ....
ii           ....
July 1st, 1899!!!'.
November 24th, 1897.
January 15th,    1898.
February 3rd,     1898.
Februarv 9th,    1898.
May 16th,             1898.
December 29th, 1899.
Less Debentures re
1 to 118"|
119 to 314
315 to 374 f Act 189S.
375 to 424
425 to 47lj
1 to 200—Acts 1898
and 1899.
deemed   in   1908,   $100,
$1,000 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
000 ;   do.    1909,
40 years from 1st July, 1897 .
ii                         ii
ii                         ii
ii                          ii
33 years from 1st July, 1899 .
$71,000 ; do. 1911, $25,000...
$118,000 00
196,000 00
60,000 00
50,000 00
47,000 00
200,000 00
$671,000 00
196,000 00
$475,000 00
RAILWAY   GUARANTEES.
RETURN showing the sums Guaranteed  by the  Province of  British Columbia under the
various Railway Acts.
[Statement up to Date, 31st March,  1912.]
Ilf AID   OF  MAIIWAYS.
'SHUSWAP RAILWAY GUARANTEE  ACT, 1890."
Guarantee of Interest of the Shuswap and Okanagan Railway Company's Bonds, 4 per cent, per annum on
$1,249,760	
[Terminable in 25 years from 1st July, 1890.]
1 VICTORIA AND SIDNEY RAILWAY SUBSIDY ACT, 1892."
Guarantee of Interest of the Victoria and Sidney Railway Company's Bonds, 2 per cent, per annum on $300,000
[Terminable in 25 years from 1st September, 1892.]
'NAKUSP AND SLOCAN RAILWAY AID ACT, 1894."
Guarantee of Principal and Interest of the Nakusp and Slocan Railway Company's Bonds.    Interest at 4 per
cent, per annum on $647,072   	
[Terminable in 25 years from 1st July, 1893.    Principal payable in 1918.]
Annual
Guarantee.
6,000 00
S81,i
28
Note.—Against the guarantee to the Shuswap and Okanagan and Nakusp and Slocan Railways, the Province receives 40 per cent,
of the gross earnings, under agreement with the C. P. R. Co., which company is operating both lines.
Audit Office,
12th December, 1912.
J. A. ANDERSON,
Auditor- General. C 14
Public Accounts, 1st April, 1911, to 31st March, 1912.
STATEMENT
SHOWING the amount of Debentures of the Loan of 1887 redeemed by conversion into 3
per cent. Inscribed Stock, by authority of the "Loan and Consolidation Act, 1891,"
and the "Inscribed Stock Act, 1891."
[To 31st March, 1912.]
Debentures, " Loan, 1887."
Date of Redemption.
1st July, 1892 .
1st January, 1893 .
1st January, 1893 .
1st January, 1894 .
1st January, 1895 .
1st July, 1895 .
1st July, 1896 .
1st January, 1897 .
1st July,        1897 .
4£ per cent. Debentures.
Amount redeemed.
£ sterling.
97,500
4,400
6,600
5,800
7,500
400
1,600
3,000
1,000
£126,800
472,875 00
21,340 00
27,160 00
28,130 00
36,375 00
1,940 00
7,760 00
14,550 00
4,850 00
8614,!
00
130
130
125
125
125
125
125
120
115
3 per cent. Inscribed
Stock   issued   therefor.
£ sterling.
126,750
5,720
7,000
7,250
9,375
500
2,000
3,600
1,150
614,737 50
27,742 00
33,960 00
35,162 50
45,468 75
2,425 00
9,700 00
17,460 00
6,577 50
$792,223 25
Date of
Inscription.
From
1st July,
1st January,
1st January,
1st January,
1st January,
1st July,
1st July,
1st January,
1st July,
1892
1893
1893
1894
1895
1895
1896
1897
1897
Audit Office,
12th December, 1912.
J.  A.  ANDERSON,
A uditor- General. C 15
DR.
LOAN  ACT,-1887-SINKING  FUND.
BRITISH COLUMBIA LOAN TRUSTEES, LONDON, IN ACCOUNT WITH THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
CK.
Date.
Remittances
Interest on
Investments
Proceeds of Bonds sold
and re-invested.
Proceeds of Bonds sold and
paid into Revenue Account.
Total.
Date.
Investments.
Expenses
and
Brokerage
$ 20 37
19 53
21 34
21 95
24 85
24 98
25 99
28 39
24 36
11 03
35 56
15 83
80 03
17 05
17 74
17 21
68 15
14 98
Withdrawal
under "Release Act,
1896."
Total.
Oct.   11th, 1887
$ 8,730 00
8,730 00
$ 8,730 00
8,730 00
138 75
8,730 00
8,730 00
763 08
8,730 00
8,730 00
1,350 65
8,730 00
8,730 00
893 09
1,044 32
8,730 00
8,730 00
2,437 00
4,586 00
1,492 20
4,161 00
4,160 99
3,914 44
3,225 90
1,815 84
29,279 49
4,615 99
1,993 58
2.064 48
4,594 16
4,594 16
2,169 47
27,146 54
48,617 77
4,506 86
1,539 23
4,343 18
1,627 48
6,003 89
5,883 35
14,584 92
5,969 24
6,059 44
6,151 25
6,244 21
6,346 19
6,447 12
6,551 94
6,660 53
6,768 25
6,877 41
6,991 39
7,108 90
7,231 10
7,356 86
7,485 93
7,613 34
7,744 05
7,879 10
8,016 70
8,158 20
8,309 30
8,45;; 9i
8,606 08
8,757 88
8,909 75
9.065 55
9,524 57
9,388 79
April 12th, 1888
June 30th, 1888
Jan.   30th, 1889
June 30th, 1889
Feb.    6th, 1890
August,      1890
Jan.    8th, 1891
October,     1891
June 30th, 1892
Mch.  31st, 1893
June 30th, 1894
June 30th, 1894
June 30th, 1894
Feb.  28th, 1895
June 30th, 1895
Jan.   31st, 1896
Jan.   31st, 1896
June 30th, 1896
June 30th, 1896
Jan.   31st, 1897
June 30th, 1897
Jan.   31st, 1898
Jan.   31st, 1898
June 30th, 1898
Dec.   31st, 1898
June 30th, 1899
Dee. 31st,   1899
June 30th, 1900
Dec.   31st, 1900
June 30th, 1901
Dec.   31st, 1901
June 30th, 1902
Dec.   31st, 1902
June 30th, 1903
Dec.  31st, 1903
June SOth, 1904
Dec.   31st, 1904
June 30th, 1905
Dec.   31st, 1905
June 30th, 1906
Dec. 31st,   1906
June SOth, 1907
Dec.  31st, 1907
June 30th, 1908
Dec. 31st,   1908
June 30th, 1909
Dec.   31st, 1909
June 30th, 1910
Dec.   31st, 1910
June 30th, 1911
Dec.   31st, 1911
Can.
B.C.
Can.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
B. C.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
In. Stock,  3J %
Deben's.,   4J%
In. Stock,  3| %
«          3i%
ii          3  %
ii          3  %
i.           3  %
3  %
i.           3  %
3  %
3  %
3  %
3  %
ii           3  X
3  X
3  X
n           3  X
i.           3   %
$ 8,467 13
8,768 80
8,951 16
9,193 05
9,432 64
9,432 52
9,687 00
9,671 60
16,756 75
7,878 83
13,054 85
5,714 45
29,199 46
6,592 52
6,640 90
6,746 41
27,078 40
6,031 11
$ 8,487 50
8,788 33
8,972 50
9,215 00
April 9th, 1888
June 30th, 1888
138 75
Oct.    Sth, 1888
8,730 00
8,730 00
May    Sth, 1889
June 30th, 1889
9,457 49
9,457 50
9,712 99
763 08
Oct.    8th, 1889
8,730 00
8,730 00
8,730 00
8,730 00
June 27th, 1890
9,699 99
'    16,781 11
June 30th, 1890
1,350 65
Dec. 22nd, 1890
,      7,889 86
13,090 71
5,730 28
June 25th, 1891
June 30th, 1891
893 09
1,044 32
Nov. 14th, 1891
29,279 49
6,609 57
Dec. 23rd, 1891
8,730 00
8,730 00
June 23rd. 1892
j      6,658 64
June 30th, 1892
2,437 00
6,763 62
Dec.   31st, 1892
4,586 00
27,146 55
Mar. 31st, 1893
1,492 20
6,046 09
48,617 77
b.VO 66
June 30th, 1893
4,161 00
4,160 99
3,914 44
48,617 77
Dec.   31st, 1893
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Bo.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
3  %
3   X
3  %
5,955 74
5,988 78
5,868 80
14 92
15 11
14 55
June 30th, 1894
6,003 89
5,883 35
14,584 92
June SOth, 1894
3,225 90
1,815 84
14,584 92
June SOth, 1894
June 30th, 1894
$29 279 49
(£6,220 2g.l6d. Ca. 3% In. St)
3  X
3   %
3   X
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"           3   %
3   X
3   X
ii           3   %
3   %
3   X
3   X
3   X
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ii           3   %
3   X
3   X
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3  X
3  X
3  X
3  X
3   X
3  X
3  X
3  X
3  X
5,953 86
6,043 93
6,135 48
6,227 14
6,327 98
6,429 40
6,533 51
6,642 33
6,749 80
6,858 14
6,971 51
7,088 65
7,209 90
7,335 04
7,464 47
7,591 28
7,721 30
7,855 93
8,016 70
8,158 20
8,309 30
8,455 91
8,606 08
8,732 42
8,881 86
9,037 91
9,195 72
9,359 93
15 38
15 52
15 76
17 07
17 21
17 42
18 43
18 20
18 45
19 27
19 88
20 25
21 20
21 82
21 46
22 06
22 75
23 17
5,969 24
6,059 45
6,151 24
6 244 21
4,615 99
Dec.   31st, 1894
Feb. 28th, 1895
1,993 58
2,064 48
June 30th, 1895
6,345 19
June 30th, 1895
4,594 16
4,594 16
6,447 12
6,551 94 .
Dec.   Slst, 1896
Jan.   Slst, 1S96
2,169 47
6,660 53
Jan.   31st, 1896
$27,146 54
(£5,231 2g. Od. Ca. 3J% St.)
6,768 25
June 3Qth, 1896
$48,617 77
(£10,024 5s. 8d. B. C. 3% St)
6,877 41
6,991 39
4,506 86
7,108 90
7,231 10
June 30th, 1896
June SOth, 1896
1,539 23
7,356 86
7,485 93
7,613 34
Dec.  31st, 1896
4,343 18
Jan.   31st, 1897
1,627 48
1,715 28
1,594 74
June 30th, 1897
4,288 61
4,288 61
7,744 05
7,879 10
Jan.   31st, 1898
Jan.   31st, 1898
$14,584 92
(£2,879 10*. 6d. B.C. 3 % St)
8,016 70
8,158 20
8,309 30
8,455 91
4,288 61
4,288 61
4,288 61
4,288 61
4,288 61
4,288 61
4,288 61
4,288 61
4,288 61
4,288 61
4,288 61
4,288 61
4,288 61
4,288 61
4,288 61
4,288 61
4,288 61
4,288 61
4,288 61
4,288 61
4,288 61
4,288 61
4,288 61
4,288 61
4,288 61
4,288 61
4,288 61
4,288 61
1,680 63
1,770 83
1,862 64
1,955 60
2,056 58
2,158 51
2,263 33
2,371 92
2,479 64
2,588 80
2,702 78
2,820 29
2,942 49
3,068 25
3,197 32
3,324 78
3,455 44
3,590 49
3,728 09
3,869 59
4,020 69
4,167 30
4,317 47
4,469 27
4,621 14
4,776 94
4,935 96
5,100 18
June 30th, 1898
Dec.  31st, 1898
June 30th, 1899
8,606 08
8,757 88
Dec.  31st, 1899
25 46
27 89
27 64
28 85
28 86
June 30th, 1900
8,909 75
9,065 55
9,224 57
9,388 79
Dec.   31st, 1900
June 30th, 1P01
Dec.   31st, 1901
June 30th, 1902
Dec.  31st, 1902
Jnue 30th, 1903
Dec.   Slst, 1903
June SOth, 1904
Dec.   31st, 1904
June 30th, 1905
Dec.   31st, 1905
June 30th, 1906
Dec.   31st, 1906
June 30th, 1907
Dee.   31st, 1907
June 30th, 1908
Dec.   31st, 1908
June 30th, 1909
Dec.   31st, 1909
June 30th, 1910
Dec.   31st, 1910
June 30th, 1911
Dec.   31st, 1911
$255,435 08
1116,161 99
$56,426 03
$63,202 69
$491,225 79
$427,004 57
$1,018 22
$63,202 69 ]
$491,225 79
Treasury, 12th December, 1912.
J. McB. SMITH, Deputy Minister of Finance.
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INSCRIBED   STOCK—SINKING   FUND.
LOAN ACTS, 1891, 1893, 1895, 1899 and 1902.
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BRITISH COLUMBIA LOAN TRUSTEES, LONDON, IN ACCOUNT WITH THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
CR.
Date.
December 23rd,
June
June
Dec.
March
June
23rd,
30th,
31st,
31st,
30th,
1891.
1892.
December 31st,
June 30th,
June 30th,
June 30th,
December 31st,
February 28th,
June 30th,
June SOth,
December 31st,
January 31st,
June 30th,
June 30th,
December Slst,
January 31st,
June 30th,
January
June
December
June
December
June
December
June
December
lune
December
June
December
June
December
June
December
June 30th,
December 31st,
June 30th,
December 31st,
June 30th,
December
June
December
June
December 31st,
June 30th,
December 31st,
1892	
1893	
8,946 92
1893	
1893 	
1894	
1894	
9,751 28
9,775 05
10,001 79
1894	
1894	
1895	
17,998 35
13,286 57
1895...
1895 	
13,336 04
1895	
1896...
23,521 05
1896	
1896...
23,613 68
1896	
23,852 53
1897	
31st,
SOth,
31st,
30th,
31st,
30th,
31st,
30th,
31st,
30th,
31st,
SOth,
31st,
30th,
31st,
30th,
31st,
31st,
30th,
31st,
30th,
1897.
1898
1898.
1898.
1899
1899.
1900.
1900.
1901.
1901.
1902
1902.
1903.
1903.
1904.
1904.
1905.
1905.
1906.
1906.
1907
1907.
1908.
1908.
1909.
1909.
1910.
1910.
1911.
1911.
Remittances.
$4,850
4,850
23,880
23,880
23,880
23,880
23,880
30,684
33,565
32,125
32,125
32,125
32,125
32,125
67,093
49,609
49,609
49,609
49,609
49,609
49,609
49,609
49,609
49,609
49,609
49,609
49,609
49,609
49,609
49,609
49,609
49,609
42
43
43
43
43
98
88
43
43
43
43
43
93
68
68
68
68
68
68
68
68
68
1,418,521 90
Interest on
Investments.
13 34
115 37
1,477 85
1,096 62
1,315 95
1,547 19
'i',986'88'
Total.
2,309 87
2,694 62
3,088 32
3,482 02
3,895 54
4,318 56
4,734 69
5,293 29
5,917 42
6,536 00
7,176 78
7,812 42
8,456 56
9,420 17
10,412 26
11.444 16
12,505 96
13,589 07
14,661 57
15,763 36
16,903 58
18,063 95
19,258 20
20,533 52
21,771 34
23,038 45
24,320 47
25,606 50
26,919 27
28,261 80
29,648 17
$415,341 09
$4,850 00
4,850 00
13 34
8,946 92
115 37
9,751 28
9,775 05
10,001 79
1,477 85
17,998 35
13,286 57
1,096 62
1,315 95
13,336 04
23,521 05
1,547 19
23,613 68
1,936 88
23,852 53
2,309 87
26,575 04
26,968 75
27,362 45
27,775 97
28,198 99
35,419 67
38,859 17
38,042 85
38,661 43
39,302 21
39,937 85
40,581 99
76,511 10
60,021 94
61,053 84
62,115 64
63,198 75
64,271 25
65,373 04
66,513 26
67,673 63
68,867 88
70,143 20
71,381 02
72,648 13
73,939 15
75,216 18
76,528 95
77,871 48
79,257 85
$1,833,862 99
Date.
March 31st,
June 30th,
June 30th,
Dec. 31st,
Feb. 28th,
June 30th,
Jan. 31st,
June 30th,
Jan. 31st,
June 30th,
Jan. 31st,
June 30th,
Dec. 31st,
June 30th,
Dec. 31st,
June SOth,
Dec. 31st,
June 30th,
Dec. 31st,
June 30th,
Dec. 31st,
June SOth,
Dec. 31st,
June 30th,
Dec. 31st,
June 30th,
Dec. 31st,
June SOth,
Dec. 31st,
June 30th,
Dec. 31st,
June
Dec.
SOth,
31st,
June 30th,
Dec. 31st,
June 30th,
Dec. 31st,
June 30th,
Dec. 31st,
1893.
1894.
1894.
1894.
1895
1895.
1896
1896
1897.
1897.
1898.
1898.
1899.
1899.
1900.
1900.
1900
1901.
1901.
1902.
1902.
1903.
19)3.
1904.
1904
1905
1905.
1906.
1906.
1907.
1907
1908.
1908.
1909.
1909..
1910..
1910..
1911
1911.,
Investments.
Brit. Columbia
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
inscribed stock 3%
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
.3%.
$16,195 36
•AX-
25,800 10
SX-
13,655 07
'it.
11,968 18
•i%.
14,346 44
SX-
14,613 19
•A%-
25,005 25
3%.
25,488 10
•At .
26,097 90
3%.
26,509 15
'AX.
26,902 87
A%.
27,293 28
AX.
27,706 33
AX .
2S,127 57
AX.
35,406 33
AX-
38,754 63
A%.
37,939 49
A%.
38,554 37
3%.
39,196 04
3%.
39,830 18
AX.
40,468 99
AX.
76,299 73
AX ■
59,849 52
AX.
60,876 66
AX-
61,934 86
AX.
63,019 06
AX .
64,087 08
3%.
65,182 76
AX ■
66,319 34
AX ■
67,673 63
AX ■
68,867 88
AX ■
70.143 20
AX.
71,381 02
AX ■
72,648 13
AX ■
73,830 49
AX .
74,992 85
AX .
76,300 28
AX ■
77,636 01
AX ■
79,020 44
$1,829,921 25
Expenses and
Brokerage.
$22 55
70 57
37 40
30 72
36 75
38 80
62 99
62 46
64 50
65 89
65 88
69 17
69 64
71 42
13 34
104 54
103 36
107 06
106 17
107 67
113 00
214 37
172 42
177 19
180 78
179 69
184 17
190 28
193 92
99 66
223 83
228 67
235 47
237 41
Total.
$16,217 91
25.870 67
13,692 47
11,998 90
14,383 19
14,651 99
25,068 24
25,560 56
26,162 40
26,575 04
26,968 75
27,362 45
27,775 97
28,198 99
35,419 67
38,859 17
38,042 85
38,661 43
39,302 21
39,937 85
40,581 99
76,514 10
60,021 94
61,053 84
62,115 64
63,198 75
64,271 25
65,373 04
66,513 26
67,673 63
68,867 88
70,143 20
71,381 02
72,648 13
73,930 15
75,216 18
76,528 95
77.871 48
79,257 85
Treasury, 12th December, 1912.
J. McB. SMITH, Deputy Minister of Finance. 3 Geo. 5      Public Accounts, 1st April, 1911, to 31st March, 1912.
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TABLE NO. 3.
COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF THE RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE OP THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA,
From 1st July, 1902, to 31st March, 1912.
REVENUE.
Dominion of Canada:—
Annual payment of Interest  	
Do. Subsidy  	
Do. Grant per capita	
Do. for Lands conveyed  	
Do. special grant " B. N. A. Act, 1907 "	
Land Sales	
Land Raven ue	
Survey Fees 	
Water Revenue   	
Bents, exclusive of Land. ..	
Timber Leases	
Timber Royalty .and Licences	
Free Minors' Certificates	
Mining Receipts, General	
Licences, Trade and Liquor (see note)	
Licences, Game	
Licences, Commercial Travellers	
Fines and Fees of Court	
Probate Fees	
Succession Duty	
Law Stamps	
Registry Fees	
Registration of Companies	
Sale of Government Property	
Marriage Licences	
Revenue Tax	
Real Property Tax	
Personal Property Tax	
Wild Land Tax (including Coal and Timber Lands)	
Income Tax	
Mineral Tax	
Royalty and Tax on Coal	
Revenue Service Refunds	
Tax Sale Deeds	
Tax on unworked Crown-granted Mineral Claims  ■.	
Commission and Fees on Sales for Taxes	
Printing Office	
Registered Taxes (all denominations)   	
Bureau of Mines	
Hospital for the Insane	
Provincial Home       	
Reimbursements for keep of prisoners	
Chinese Restriction (Act, 1884, Dominion Statutes)	
Traffic Tolls, New Westminster Bridge	
Interest 	
Dykes Assessment Act, 1905 (tax on lands against capital charge).
Boiler Inspection Fees 	
Log-scaling Fees	
Fishing and Cannery Licences	
Miscellaneous Receipts	
Interest on Investment of Sinking Funds	
Unclaimed Money Deposits (reverted to the Province, Act 1905)
Net Revenue .
Loan Act, 1902 (£721,000)	
Loan Act, 1903	
Deposits on account of Intestate Estates (receipts)
Do ii Suitors' Fund n
Do n Tax Sales surplus      n
Do ii Official Guardian       n
Shuswap & Okanagan Railway receipts (Act, 1890).
Nakusp & Slocan Railway receipts (Act, 1894)	
1902-1903
1st July to
30th June.
I 29,151 06
35,000 00
144,033 60
100,000 00
64,834 06
70,614 15
1,160 85
198 00
84,111 75
214,106 56
67,287 88
148,722 24
57,868 63
12,611 85
8,748 95
12,293 74
11,094 00
75,044 66
1,631 05
5,785 00
142,737 00
205,492 08
93,792 57
71,340 50
28,875 98
78,273 70
75,826 94
4,304 90
10 00
7,279 36
27,466 84
109
625 39
11,211 70
1,098 31
3,478 31
86,287 50
256 63
26,646 32
2,009,412 05
35,218 30
2,044,630 35
3,496,850 00
65,601 44
49,804 34
19,571 66
6,976 37
1903-1904
1st July to
30th June.
$ 29,151 06
35,000 00
142,925 60
100,000 00
118,276 89
55,574 60
1,231 90
143 00
116,382 90
289,366 93
59,S54 75
108,270 55
61,091 73
13,554 45
12,352 32
29,625 58
11,946 65
80,057 93
2,533 39
6,560 00
148,725 00
287,497 88
175,435 19
112,233 35
72,102 79
65,844 09
95,600 50
1,019 93
20 00
28,696 35
1,087 12
23,016 10
78 72
831 35
15,761 62
1,771 S2
3,261 30
258,050 00
7,885 94
25,048 90
2,638,260
1,000,000 00
68,264 43
29,133 84
1,877 93
21,896 27
9,429 66
1904-1905
1st July to
30th June.
$ 29,151 06
35,000 00
142,925 60
100,000 00
141,510 83
.159,412 55
1,092 90
28 50
76,228 17
410,288 29
53,504 04
105,192 21
53,663 06
7,250 00
12,594 25
10,613 53
31,073 08
12,607 90
93,012 24
1,542 93
6,610 00
157,821 00
286,226 16
193,004 80
101,607 29
72,053 22
114,236 77
94,682 45
1,322 87
1,580 00
39,869 86
103 30
21,679 29
148 69
1,709 50
14,159 53
188 27
2,186 55
225,000 00
16,140 35
18,896 69
28,706 33
2,874,554 7
45,906 95
2,920,461 71
78,184 34
26,986 11
995 89
24,021 40
6,301 48
1905-1906
1st July to
30th June.
$ 29,151 06
35,000 00
142,925 60
100,000 00
189,391 92
120,019 53
1,183 98
81 00
100,449 83
509,043 44
54,298 82
116,895 20
51,872 00
2,735 00
21,050 00
14,454 70
6,076 75
30,332 32
15,171 06
152,120 71
1,198 00
7,280 00
179,721 00
301,765 35
134,587 96
101,308 02
83,834 33
161,904 95
107,587 42
874 45
1,440 00
28,606 65
21 32
33,166 01
56
788 70
19,957 84
1,692 26
2,322 10
"22,104 75
17,025 11
14,708 82
3,695 54
2,992,900 36
51,542 13
3,044,442 49
71,861 74
36,424 12
1,657 16
28,400 34
9,783 96
1906-1907
1st July to
30th June.
f 29,151 06
35,000 00
142,925 60
100,000 00
663,035 31
177,383 10
3,689 52
95,219 90
1,155,346 14
54,241 55
117,778 12
51,568 95
3,f65 00
9,855 00
15.932 38
12,550 00
50,206 84
14.933 57
219,980 74
1,688 7i
8,985 00
193,838 00
263,647 21
129,287 80
117,900 06
113,638 35
151,513 84
107,310 49
1,553 53
670 00
34,090 95
180 00
96,443 19
160 18
860 05
17,988 39
732 32
1,039 80
18,800 00
23,760 20
35,011 68
14,705 11
13,069 05
39,495 60
4,338,632 32
57,450 31
48,511 18
4,444,593 81
106,602 83
97,193 32
6,383 24
33,726 39
7,552 11
1907-1908
1st July to
30th June.
1908-1909
lsWuly to
31st March.
(9 Months).
$ 29,151 06
150,000 00
142,925 60
100,000 00
100,000 00
548,036 06
134,842 061
1,855 20
162 50
74,043 05
2,258,566 67
53,256 27
92,329 15
53,101 70
4,630 00
200 00
17,188 47
8,295 30
35,450 76
20,068 55
239,699 64
' 1,276 28
11,235 00
207,783 00
269,151 32
134,738 01
193,974 40
152,899 80
112,567 14
125,518 50
1,120 34
530 00
36,001 80
93 30
83,056 05
95 79
969 45
21,632 18
2,942 55
1,295 93
345,000 00
25,252 95
69,064 38
14,705 07
, 29,151 06
150,000 00
142,925 60
100,000 00
100,000 00
528,604 64
120,007 50
2,887 91
19,320 15
37,447 53
5,931,372 96
47,682 00
5,979,054 96
130,963 35
87.112 32
6,040 41
36,301 34
6,765 80
96 50
59,085 59
1,848,254 95
13,739 42
79,502 60
35,460 80
7,920 00
200 00
16,960 23
15,211 28
77,518 97
16,781 10
195,797 82
476 45
8,965 00
153,753 00
49,487 94
23,294 47
37,312 97
15,981 97
81,927 16
143,223 50
1,216 50
640 00
22,525 03
20 00
27,693 68
24 32
507 50
22,943 78
1,477 07
555 65
304,500 00
23,064 50
82,461 84
19,080 07
13,010 59
23,072 50
41,240 89
4,638,562 35
25,938 64
1909-1910
1st April to
31st March.
$ 29,151 06
150,000 00
142,925 60
100,000 00
100,000 00
2,618,188 75
175,778 11
15,871 85
1910-1911
1st April to
31st March.
109 00
85,875 29
2,234,099 31
53,095 07
91,253 75
58,951 49
7,280 00
700 00
30,734 60
19,463 86
108,495 39
24,500 20
408,826 15
2,058 57
17,490 00
260,682 00
335,744 26
161,692 88
260,904 71
190,984 16
102,608 93
222,722 91
1,735 25
510 00
39,869 65
65,194 44
204 72
687 00
24,064 67
3,895 83
1,286 20
356,200 00
29,901 35
157,493 13
19,080 07
19,614 62
21,698 75
31,340 00
45,632 70
1,818,596 28
56,145 66
4,664,500 99
131,802 66
42,807 20
4,045 91
27,202 40
4,575 52
$ 29,151 06
150,000 00
142,925 60
100,000 00
100,000 00
2,431,231 36
321,586 98
18,052 97
230 00
106,857 75
2,357,951 32
68,937 86
105,319 55
92,498 00
7,815 00
200 00
46,203 69
37,294 41
200,459 88
30,992 30
613,092 22
7,820 82
17,580 00
313,338 00
352,372 44
179,052 70
316,130 83
192,924 78
91,038 43
248,332
1,463 32
560 00
42,020 84
127,776 49
38 91
917 00
26,274 07
308 30
793 45
1,066,000 00
23,817 81
248,772 40
19,080 07
20,827 04
27,518 64
82,667 79
62,751 48
10,430,968 42
61,923 85
8,874,741 94 10,492,892 27
196,346 30  223,749 42
90,597 23  276,507 84
6,594 79   4,935 56
44,308 45
5,191 92
56,325 55
5,709 81
1911-1912
1st April to
31st March
$ 29,151 06
180,000 01
304,629 60
100,000 00
100,000 00
1,805,380 71
323,895 21
17.544 59
45,619 24
350 00
83,066 04
2,300,263 2S-
68,101 21
93,461 70
75.545 36
7,995 00
48,215 15
30,111 2:
152,243 93
43,817 13
592,398 73
173,401 20
3,439 20
21,200 00
381,432 00
298,076 26
257,267 53
428,274 57
210,731 63
100,659 29
195,207 78
3,564 74
430 00
43,436 0(i
115.111 43
203 91
662 50
32,004 09
5,532 62
1,449 66
1,432,660 S4
21,500 00
329,220 00
19,080 0'
26,454 46
27,239 61
26,088 67
90,735 38
10,677,762 71
67,946 11
10,745,708 82
190,804 01
309,165 22
46,605 38
29,243 £5
62,367 28
8,326 84
EXPENDITURE.
I.—Public Debt:-
Do
Do
Do
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Interest 	
* Sinking Funds (chargeable to Investment acc't.) as follows: :—
Trustees' account, " Loan Act, 1877 "	
Do       Interest invested, n 	
"Loan Act, 1887"	
Interest invested, w 	
"Loan Acts, 1891, '93, '95, '99 & 1902'
Interest invested,        ti "
Sinking Fund, "Dyking Assessments Adjustment Act, 1905'
Premium and Exchange	
Discount and Commission	
Incidental Expenses of negotiating Loan, 1902	
t Redemption of Debentures (Loan Act, 1897)	
t Redemption of Debentures (Loan Act, 1903)	
t Redemption of $100,000 Dyking Debentures \
(purchased before maturity @ .91) J ''
t     Do «71,000 ii .93   	
t     Do 25,000 11 .95	
1902-1903
1st July to
30th June.
$396,127 82
9,253 80
12,049 99
8,577 22
5,291 58
99,219 36
17,876 73
II.—Civil Government (Salaries)	
III.—Administration of Justice (Salaries) .
IV.—Legislation	
V.—Public Institutions (Maintenance):—
Printing Office	
Hospital for the Insane	
Museum	
Provincial Home	
Bureau of Mines	
Fisheries (hatcheries and administration)
VI.—Hospitals and Charities	
VII.—Administration of Justice (other than Salaries) .
VIII.—Education	
IX.—Transport ,
X.—Rent  	
XI.—Revenue Services .
XII.—Public Works :—
Works and Buildings	
Parliament Buildings	
Government House, Victoria (see note)
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves (see note)
Surveys	
New Westminster Bridge	
Irrigation ■	
Bridges	
Ferries	
Subsidies to Steamboats	
XIII.—Miscellaneous (see note)
* Less amount of Sinking Funds as above, chargeable to Investm't acc't.
t Less Redemption of Debentures as above, chargeable against Loans..
Net Expenditure	
Deposits on account of Intestate Estates (repaid)	
Do 11 Suitors'Fund 11       	
Do 11 Tax Sales surplus    1	
Do 11 Official Guardian     u       ...     	
Intestate Estates Deposits (reverted to Province, unclaimed, Act 1905)
Suitors' Fund Deposits 11 11 11
Shuswap & Okanagan Railway payments (Act, 1890)	
Nakusp & Slocan Railway payments (Act, 1894)	
8 00
373,215 10
3,042 43
10,000 00
265,459 62
119,319
44,455 95
49,688 57
63,443 38
3,747
12,343 67
3,670 96
82,970 34
101,092 91
397,643 46
27,226 95
30,329 02
232,240 11
2,648 05
509,039 86
12,444 94
501,501 86
161,522 20
3,555,450 93
152,268 68
3,403,182 25
10,000 00
1903-1904
1st July to
30th June.
$346,003 54
9,253 80
12,773 80
8,577 22
5,762 78
99,219 36
21,856 42
2,980 90
5,639 40
10,000 00
260,566 28
124,258 35
79,719 50
49,903 21
67,798 98
3,614 99
13,109 74
2,811 96
123,875 01
103,787 43
415,358 43
28,644 60
24,155 36
142,291 40
3,811 78
406,612 9:
6,191 31
470,743 30
181,915 70
3,393,182 25
59,738 49
38,530 40
50,816 94
26,050 18
3,030,&37 47
157,443 38
2,872,794 09
10,000 00
1904-1905
1st July to
30th June.
$ 393,623 93
9,253 80
13,546 35
8,577 22
6,265 57
99,219 36
26,095 03
3,909 28
5,693 88
10,000 00
100.0C0 00
250,568
115,455 46
45,653 97
50,393 63
77,893 99
3,388 36
12,745 83
4,000 35
12,219 99
96,466 83
108,186 87
433,945 17
27,748 92
22,094 96
104,129 99
2,500 00
3,079 70
296,510 76
6,534 03
45,203 46
180,468 59
2,575,374 17
162,957 33
1905-1906
1st July to
30th June.
$ 411,758 93
9,253 80
14,337 03
8,577 22
6,780 17
99,219 36
30,424 93
13,428 88
3,571 79
5,711 44
10,000 00
100,000 00
1906-1907
1st July to
30th June.
i 406,408 93
4,626 90
15,164 20
8,577 22
7,318 58
99,219 36
34.967 53
13,442 30
7,030 26
5,457 89
10,000 00
100,000 00
253,634 75
118,722 52
47,765 05
41,391 35
84,560 68
3,203 20
12,474 16
1,998 78
14,194 55
107,571 10
116,405 53
418,937 97
29,021 62
24,918 15
72,028 37
5,125 77
368,594 06
6,978 56
179,557 94
2,412,417 84
110,000 00
2,862,794 09
68,242 78
39,572 75
419 26
60,139 15
26,216 34
2,302,417 84
64,683 36
19,208 14
705 63
51,238 71
26,269 06
2,620,147 66
182,021 39
2,438,126 27
110,000 00
2,328,126 27
69,539 91
26,796 18
413 71
50,202 90
26,249 12
282,522 70
120,290 40
80,747 70
E3,543 97
84,601 73
3,550 86
12,726 11
2,440 24
12,025 56
125,630 61
114,009 89
409,690 37
27,878 97
1907-1908
1st July to
30th June.
$364,876 20
8,577 22
7.890 28
99,219 36
39,791 72
13,449 00
2,031 66
4.891 26
10,000 00
676,000 00
318,817 65
134,255 95
67,157 75
86,673 49
106,519 17
3,890 40
14,169 32
2,143 12
12,839 44
163,047 57
152,840 75
466,085 63
40,053 65
68,190 54
252,299 84
9,065 83
567,722 73
25,047 10
188,597 74
3,142,796 06
183,816 09
2,959,479 97
110,000 00
2,849,479 97
78,208 25
39,103 81
4,434 13
42,876 58
5,634 60
51,202 50
26,249 62
52,100 15
469,942 44
5,944 12
866,188 59
73,850 96
2,990 00
1908-1909
1st July to
31st March
(9 Months).
$ 182,091 27
4,288 61
4,167 30
49,609 68
21,771 34
16,176 08
1,103 24
2,456 42
1909-1910
1st April to
31st March.
$335,213 43
8,577 22
8,786 74
99,219 36
47,358 92
4,000 00
91,047 61
2,677 18
5,080 64
4,000 00
264,273 87
106,233 60
68,075 08
66,542 52
93,372 67
3,747 82
11,124 47
2,206 88
16,648 84
178.379 49
143,305 70
373,769 42
27,023 40
4,243 00
529,900 59
10,448 64
1,116,598 88
190,118 32
275,010 69  310,607 43
4,541,277 54 3,932,231 67
168,927 58   96,013 01
4,372,849 96 3,836,218 56
686,000 00   95,047 61
3,686,349 96
86,763 60
87,642 42
5,472 08
3,749,170 95
132,443 24
48,223 50
3,636 67
60,190 15
26,242 63
26,113
13,131 26
8,030 00
389,700 87
151,785 84
114,486 86
90,015 58
120,605 69
5,224 47
15,915 18
4,201 46
21,728 03
209,442 14
213,386 61
587,935 91
50,104 43
97,268
1910-1911
1st April to
31st March.
$  333,112 53
8,577 22
9,398 08
99,219 36
52,526 77
2,968 82
5,441 04
4,000 00
23,760 00
503,676 44
161,286 67
71,500 87
126,815 65
131.329 73
6,623 72
16,721 68
4,421 03
17,508 86
304,605 01
223,339 36
689,141 75
54,251 00
57,007 68
811,163 79 1,060,245 74
22,106 88
2,012,103 42
668,463 66
664,452 36
6,616,935 61
163,942 24
6,452,993 27
70,030 00
6,382,993 27
147,853 11
80,701 80
3,111 60
50,263 90
26,275 75
18,348 76
3,072,696 90
473,267 06
861,693 25
8,392,273
169,720 43
8,222,552 95
27,750 00
8,194,802 95
153,400
153,201 18
1,851 63
62,168 24
26,229 35
1911-1912
1st April to
31st March
$ 332,037 52
8,577 22
10,036 14
99,219 36
57,909 97
2,587 61
5,519 94
4,000 00
875,609 73
28,374 65
74,171 95
93,666 32
169,971 04
2,221 28
14,129 81
3,261 25
17,650 57
366,904 92
272,808 06
783,295 47
91,912 29
52,849 25
1,818,402 95
2,995,732 92
853,719 92
48,710 85
8,750 00
2,283,236 05
11,368,767 04
175,742 69
11,193,024 35
4,000 CO
11,189,024 35
192,407 47
185,041 85
13,307 62
150 00
50.619 32
26,206 13
Note.—In Expenditure for 1902-1903, Discount and Commission include $279,748 for discount on Loan of £721,000, also Commissions, Stamp Duty, etc., on same, $88,886.46.
Under the head of " Licences, Trade and Liquor," were also included Game Licences up to the year 1906.
Expenditure on Bridges, separate account from year ending 31st March, 1912.
Expenditure on Surveys, included under "Miscellaneous Expenditure" from year ending 31st March, 1912. J.  McB.  SMITH,
Expenditure on Government House, included under " Works and Buildings" from year ending 31st March, 1912, Devutv Minister of Finance. 3 Geo. 5      Public Accounts, 1st April, 1911, to 31st March, 1912.
C 25
STATEMENT
SHOWING DETAILS OF AMOUNT BROUGHT   TO   ACCOUNT IN  THE REVENUE RETURN
UNDER THE HEAD OF "MISCELLANEOUS RECEIPTS."   {See PAGE 27.)
Fees under *' Motor-traffic Regulation Act"	
Fees for Private Bills, Legislative Assembly ,
Hire receipts	
Insurance fees	
Sale of maps	
Coal-mine managers' and coal-miners' examinations	
Fees for teachers' examinations and certificates	
Timber transfer fees ,
Copies of documents and filing same	
Proceeds of sale of fruit    	
Refund of customs' duties	
Notarial fees	
Sale of Voters' Lists	
Payment of Debenture No. 10 by Richmond Municipality	
Packing-school fees and sale of fruit	
Fees for filing deeds of partnership	
Lease fees    	
Searches	
Money held in abeyance	
Fees under " Oaths Act" .  	
Refund from Water Works, Prince Rupert	
Naturalization fees	
Refunds for overpayment on vouchers	
Refund of Jury and Witness fees	
Refund from Coldstream Municipality towards Horticulturist's Salary.
Hotel inspection fees.	
Royalty on salmon	
Refund from Prince Rupert Municipality for sewers	
Refund for lost or damaged text-books	
Repayment of half cost of construction of trail	
Fees under '' Water Act"	
Fees from Horticultural Board	
Exchange on cheques        	
Refund of costs of prosecutions	
Refund of cost of paving Langley streets	
Sale of Acts	
Timber-marks    ....
Refund of cost of fuel and light	
Money received from Stock-breeders' Association	
Fees under '' Energy Inspection Act"	
Repayment of passage money	
Refund of cost of spraying    	
Money found on dead bodies    	
Refund of burial expenses	
Refund of transport and freight charges 	
Cattle-brands	
Cheques issued, but not presented for payment	
Compensation for loss of picture	
Refund of surplus money	
Sale of confiscated goods 	
Sale of improvement on land	
Refund of launch-hire	
Sale of effects of deceased	
Refund of money advanced for charity	
Refund of Incidental Expenses, Harrison Hot Springs (school closed )
Fees for civil marriages	
Sale of steel tapes    	
Refund on cost of powder    	
Refund of cost of advertising  	
Refund of Naval Cadetship fees	
Refund of Prize monej1"	
Refund of dyking assessment tax	
Discount on adding-machine    	
Telephone calls	
Railway ticket (unused)	
Sale of log-scales	
Refund of insurance premium	
Exhumation fees, " Graveyard Act"     	
Copy of Criminal returns	
Sale of surplus provisions	
Total.
Amount.
$45,026 00
5,000 00
3,810 15
3,585 12
2,732 58
2,721 00
2,550 00
2,490 00
2,280 84
2,226 72
2,095 33
1,725 00
1,521 20
1,400 00
1,199 50
994 25
850 00
827 35
705 97
519 60
514 60
335 61
312 06
302 80
300 00
295 00
290 25
274 50
261 76
256 75
250 00
227 00
222 48
217 10
207 36
190 00
184 00
164 30
155 00
150 00
144 00
130 60
99 79
93 92
88 85
S5 50
81 63
75 00
73 35
54 69
50 00
47 60
40 00
40 00
38 00
30 00
30 00
22 50
20 00
20 00
17 50
17 07
13 30
9 66
9 40
7 50
6 00
5 50
5 05
5 00
Audit Office,
12th December,
1912.
,T. A. ANDERSON, Auditor-General.  C 27
REVENUE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED 31st MARCH, 1912.
Return of Revenue collected and brought to Account at the Treasury, from 1st April, 1911, to 31st March, 1912.
Received
from
sundry
sources at
Treasury.
Victoria
City
District.
Saanich
District.
The
Islands
District.
$
250 66
10 00
25 00
Esquimalt
District.
$
28,i09 95
3,437 45
1,127 25
Cowichan
District.
Alberni
District.
Nanaimo
City
District.
North
Nanaimo
District.
$
294 85
116 00
South
Nanaimo
District.
Comox
District.
$
8,345 95
3,258 25
487 01
New Westminster
City
District.
Westminster
District.
Vancouv'r
City
District.
$
Yale District).
Lillooet
District.
East
Kootenay
District.
$
West
Kootenay
District.
$
38,644 06
4,624 18
165 24
1,431 22
5,122 50
"2,824 67
Cariboo District.
Cassias District.
Total.
Yale
and
Ashcroft.
$
25,618 96
64 00
Similka-
meen
and
Fairview.
$~~
16,092 52
3,958 50
Nicola.
Kamloops.
Okanagan
Barker-
ville.
Fort
George.
$
144,967 69
792 00
150-Mile
House.
Prince
Rupert.
%
333,719 23
31,319 70
3,006 20
2,595 17
406 00
Hazelton.
Telegraph
Creek.
$
2 66
Atlin.
%
944 05
230 00
Land Sales	
$
713,780 86
235,586 00
$
•
$
T,i.47'03
186 00
113 75
1
42,32i 23
2,807 00
1,292 90
109 63
200 00
t
$
1,591 66
24 00
132 00
30 00
61 00
2 00
f
$
289,072 29
4,035 45
$
$
$
$
$
248,584 55
3,988 40
544 00
2,472 65
142 35
$
$
364,015 56
1,258 50
7,109 68
132 00
5 00
%
713,780 66
1,805,390 71
328,895 21
17,544 59
27,575 84
18,043 40
350 00
83,066 04
422,116 84
1,878,146 44
68,101 21
98,461 70
76,645 36
7,995 00
48,215 15
30,111 23
152,243 93
43,817 13
3,439 20
592,398 73
173,401 20
21.200 00
381,432 00
298,076 26
257,267 53
428,274 57
240,731 68
19,080 07
100,659 29
43,436 00
203 91
430 00
3,584 74
115,111 43
662 50
32,004 09
5,532 62
195,207 78
21,500 00
1,449 66
67,946 11
329,220 00
1,432,660 94
26,454 46
26,988 67
27,239 61
90,735 38
32,041 03
656 00
13,559 90
2,669 30
841 00
246 35
520 00
45,272 22
'2,897 20
1,413 79
1,727 75
1,518 00
246 00
103,641 65
2,770 80
1,269 55
953 50
284 10
190 10
68,206 04
19,494 48
17 22
2,096 41
2,402 70
20 00
10,247 60
Land Sales.
water Revenue.jl-^    ;;;;;;•; ;;;;-;;;;•; ;;;;;;•
6,616 64
5,260 00
56 00
3,622 75
290 25
1,113 00
10 00
80 00
3,314 72
981 50
111 00
610 00
3 00
R:co^s.}WaterRevenue
' 200
16,587 45
4,060 55
23,202 20
8 95
11,911 30
79 50
177 50
13,785 17
422,020 44
1,878,146 44
7,138 40
3,508 55
7,324 25
1,545 00
4,131 55
87 45
Timber Royalties.
,
"l,782'26
1,322 75
2,145 OO
706 25
266 00
626 25
626 75
876 75
2,978 20
1,878 75
17,302 61
4,038 85
5,437 50
2,280 75
4,539 55
3,567 50
2,486 25
6,570 35
3,454 50
15 00
270 00
368 25
383 50
510 00
1,004 20
3,039 60
2,316 25
1,100 00
1,320 50
2,540 75
2,263 00
11,517 92
3,460 00
3,117 65
49 94
12,442.50
15,711 20
12,256 85
95 00
1,970 75
1,254 35
2,959 64
1,964 95
132 40
24,074 10
2,575 00
11,597 40
2,617 50
300 00
2,485 00
35 77
666 26
3,174 00
927 00
7,274 50
12,936 10
3,970 00
4,844 00
8,458 15
3,013 50
409 00
1,711 70
262 09
900 00
340 75
2,776 75
10,962 80
1,045 00
Mining Receipts, General.
Licences, Trade and Liquor.
505 00
100 00
565 66
2,330 00
1,407 50
805 00
370 00
1,329 00
984 13
3,738 08
740 20
10 00
224 00
391 25
938 75
3,228 00
110 00
1,784 50
10 82
100 00
360 00
2,044 84
3,082 10
2,303 75
1,300 00
1,015 00
100 00
400 00
25 00
11,458 S6
78.500 59
4,203 75
524 00
602 50
27 05
200 00
70 00
2,812 30
150 00
12,585 46
5,086 85
23 75
810 00
10 11
2,208 20
932 06
2,097 37
465 70
49,341 17
1,012 95
424 45
1,350 34
1,440 00
164 25
107 00
1,240 00
2,814 16
270 14
323 42
1,149 58
10,581 64
13,004 00
142 50
35 60
261 25
"13716
450 00
36 00
Succession Duty.
Law Stamps.
Sale of Government Property.
Registry Fees.
Registration of Companies.
31 60
26 00
52 60
28,865 25
144 50
111 60
100 00
34 00
188 20
20 10
116 63
117 00
1,619 00
544 75
165 75
755 00
29,730 00
27,979 00
7,207 01
59,109 13
623 34
19 70
9 00
28 70
6 66
1,848 12
43 05
99.612 27
173,401 20
3,865 00
30,240 00
109,215 37
298,884 43
35 00
2,277 00
10,515 38
733 15
21,922 31
96 35
375 00
20,157 00
6,482 97
9,375 00
21,782 98
2,494 65
8,616 60
18 20
70 00
4,155 00
3,984 91
2,499 44
20,357 47
286 16
575 00
7,482 CO
2,198 90
3,120 27
225 99
849 19
25 00
5,871 00
4,874 67
1,148 02
13,543 04
347 45
245 00
12,414 00
8,668 25
3,692 25
64,901 08
187 84
553 00
1,375 00
10,596 00
25
9,348 11
10,915 00
74,676 00
60,898 10
71,955 74
125 00
8,778 00
5,438 38
1,290 49
764 00
69 40
80 00
5,235 00
12,076 75
1,281 65
4,570 64
568 66
125 00
6,990 00
10,333 02
2,259 47
3,398 17
5 40
360 00
6,336 00
14,062 78
5,812 40
3,073 47
887 01
187 01
511 75
375 00
11,859 00
25,822 83
5,266 96
806 90
221 53
30 00
2,079 00
7,877 78
2,061 04
6,992 33
12 85
20 84
628 16
1,465 00
27,420 00
68,216 31
9,609 93
66,713 34
23,136 29
35 00
7,401 00
2,212 31
330 00
300 00
17,088 00
8,987 25
11,907 06
28,680 20
159 95
65 00
1,518 00
2,123 03
447 78
34,618 94
47 49
5 00
678 00
3,260 10
113 95
23 55
26 10
Revenue Tax	
3,264 00
50 90
528 80
972 00
3,524 71
487 35
1,014 66
269 93
2,662 00
4,080 cl
297 12
5,418 14
44 68
70,440 00
40,115 26
12,054 94
9,707 41
554 00
1,200 00
4,290 53
1,256 83
410 80
191 94
219 00
116 60
173 00
Real Property Tax.
Personal Property Tax.
110,209 57
1,068 19
78,906 40
77 60
102,337 08
19,080 07
9 25
32,450 91
2,344 50
3,008 95
63 09
244 50
47 25
2,794 68
780 75
10,752 85
1,407 15
8,763 68
5,024 00
2,081 82
3,380 84
72,270 62
24,946 10
45 54
474 25
725 00
4 50
107 50
3,484 00
719 50
1,068 25
1,722 00
162 50
848 25
329 75
Tax on unworked Crown-granted Mineral Claims.
Registered Taxes (all denominations).
Registered Taxes (all denominations)               	
203 91
40 00
164 50
47 50
4 25
75
20 00
30 50
4 60
20 CO
54 25
7 75
10 00
67 00
15 00
50 0C
837 75
275 18
10 00
21 25
7 75
10 00
42 00
14 00
230 66
1,095 99
267 01
40 00
8 75
1 25
35 75
12 25
20 00
3 00
26 25
3 75
172 00
38 00
467 75
64 26
7 00
1 00
230 75
57 50
273 00
18 00
114,272 99
662 60
32,004 09
Hospital for the Insane.
5,273 17
45,768 35
40,658 60
62 10
197 35
51,543 70
6,376 10
21,234 75
29,626 38
21,500 00
462 21
67,946 11
322,534 76
1,432,660 94
26,454 46
26,988 67
27,239 61
18,676 47
Traffic Tolls, New Westminster Bridge.
Reimbursements for Keep of Prisoners.
Interest on Investment of Sinking Funds.
215 85
188 10
10 00
292 00
52 87
281 60
2,455 ii
153 69
48 82
471 93
79
11 69
24 40
39 44
114 30
18 81
74 92
63 73
1 70
807 26
571 17
4 36
106 30
148 60
137 81
930 19
103 75
123 83
223 67
95
75
Chinese Restriction Act (Act 1884, Dominion Statutes)	
Chinese Restriction Act (Act 1884, Dom. Stats.).
Boiler Inspection Fees.
Fishery and Cannery Licences.
Log-scaling Fees.
Miscellaneous Receipts.
23,978 65
644,972 19
887 75
464 25
42 25
1,292 31
1,770 75
115 39
1,531 53
	
1,36C 67
15 50
285.203 63
60 76
224.017 92
73 50
1.242 45
130 65
2 75
4.344 38
31,298 69
690,259 97
81,716 78
682 46
36,580 01
430 63
2,717 31
455 92
165,886 11
3,4.'0 25
176,900 41
49 60
78,172 44
Totals	
15,384,902 23
6,288 20
7,130 34
114,434 88
77,180 68
20,002 57
4S5.898 05
59,923 74
75,598 87
80,997 72
111,275 50
106,483 77
138,195 18
291.149 45' 425.147 48
1S.571 68
494.007 09
441.933 35
24.534 20
$10,745,708 82
Totals.
V-          ...             ._. v.                               -r
v^.
_/
$433,279 60
$522,793 28
$964,819 02
Audit Office,
12th December, 1912.
J. A. ANDERSON,
A uditor-Genera I. 3 Geo. 5      Public Accounts, 1st April, 1911, to 31st March, 1912.
C 29
EXPENDITURE.
SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURE FOR THE  YEAR   ENDED
31ST   MARCH,  1912,
[Period from 1st April, 1911, to 31st March, 1912.]
SERVICE.
I.—Public Debt	
II.—Civil Government (Salaries)	
III.—Administration of Justice (Salaries)	
IV. —Legislation	
V.—Public Institutions	
VI. —Hospitals and Charities    	
VII.—Administration of Justice (other than Salaries)	
VIII.—Education    	
IX.—Transport 	
XI.   -Revenue Service	
XH.-Public Works:—
Works and Buildings    $: ,818,402 95
Roads, Streets, and Wharves  2,995,732 92
Bridges     858,719 92
Ferries       42,710 85
Subsidies to Steamboats         8,750 00
XIII.—Miscellaneous.
The following items, not included in the above Expenditure, have been paid out of the ordinary
revenue of the Province :—
Nakusp and Slocan Railway, in excess of earnings  $ 17,879 29
Victoria and Sidney Railway, 2% guarantee of interest on bonds  6,300 00
* 24,179 29
Less surplus from Shuswap and Okanagan Railway over and above payment of
interest       11,747 96
Total Expenditure .
Total
Expenditure.
S 519,887 76
875,609 73
28,374 65
74,171 95
300,900 27
366,904 92
272,808 06
783,295 47
91,912 29
52,349 25
i,719,316 64
:,28S,236 C5
§11,368,767 04
811,381,198 37
Audit Office,
12th December, 1912.
J. A. ANDERSON,
Auditor-General.  3 Geo. 5
Public Accounts, 1st April, 1911, to 31st March, 1912.
C 31
DETAILED   EXPENDITURE.
STATEMENT showing the Expenditure, as brought to account in the Treasury
Department, on account of the Province of British Columbia, for the Fiscal Year
ended 31st March, 1912.
[Period from 1st April, 1911, to 31st March, 1912.]
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
»   cts.
Canadian Bank of Commerce, London 	
Glyn, Mills, Currie & Co.
Imperial Bank of Canada
Sundry Banks   	
B C Loan Trust ees	
do do      	
do do      	
do do      	
do do      	
do do      	
do do      	
do do      	
Canadian Bank of Commerce, Victoria	
Canadian Bank of Commerce, London 	
Glyn, Mills, Currie & Co.
do              do
B C Loan Trustees	
Imperial Bank of Canada
I.-PUBLIC DEBT.
12 mos'. interest (
12 „
12 „
12
Vote No. 1.—Interest.
4J % on $381,210.00 Loan Act, 1887
3 „ 9,921,936.00, Loan Acts, 1891, 1893, 1895, 1899, 1902
5 „ 12,000.00 Loan, 1903
3J   „      475,000.00 Dyking Debentures	
Vote No. 2.—Sinking Fund.
2J % 12 mos'. ending 31st March, 1912, on ? 381,210.00
do do 1,139,141.00
do do 599,945.00
do do 2,037,000.00
do do 1,649,000.00
do do 3,496,850.00
Accrued interest on Sinking Fund Investments, 12 months, on
Loan Act. 1887
do 1891
do
do
do
do
do
1893
1895
1899
1902
1887
(Inscribed Stock) Loans, 1891-3-5-9 and 1902
Vote No. 3.—Premium and Exchanf/e.
Exchange on drafts to London	
Vote No. 4.—Discount and Commission.
Commission on payment of interest on Loans	
Yearly charge for paying interest, inscribing and transferring stock, £800.
Stamps on Dividend Warrants ,	
Commission to Loan Trustees on sums annually invested	
Vote No. 5.—Redemption of Debentures.
Redemption of 4 Debentures, "Treasury Loan Act, 1903".
17,154 44
297,668 08
600 00
16,625 00
8,577 22
21,391 40
5,999 46
20,370 00
16,490 00
34,968 50
10,036 14
57,909 97
172 61
3,880 00
52 51
1,414 82
519,887 76 C 32
Public Accounts, 1st April, 1911, to 31st March, 1912.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
H JSMuskett.
II.-C1VXE GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).
Vote No. G.—lieutenant-Governor's Office.
Private Secretary  12 months @ $150
Hon Sir Richard McBride
L Macrae	
L M Bowron	
GVBuckett	
Hon H E Young...
A Campbell Reddie
L T Davis, M D	
P de N Walker	
H S T Henderson ..
C Spencer   	
J Wilson	
J M Miller 	
FG Maynard	
J C Lowe	
HPaul	
C J Fagan, M D
W Bapty, M D.
W Sprague	
W M Johnson ..
F Kermode...
E M Anderson
WF Behnsen.
S Whittaker..
H McLean..
M McLean..
A Inman ...
F Matheson.
J Mosley ...
R Wolfenden .
WHCullin...
do.
W H Richdale.
H A Jesse	
E Price	
T J Thompson
J L MoCulloch
I G Carthew ..
W H Richdale.
W Earle	
do	
C Mallandaine
J Pottinger...
R White	
B E Lefevre...
2, L Dunn ....
N Gilchrist.  .
Vote No.  7.—Premier's Office.
Premier   12 months @ $250
Secretary to Premier ,  12 n 175
Clerk and Stenographer  12 n 75
Messenger  12 n 20
Vote No. 8.—Provincial Secretary's Department.
Provincial Secretary   12 months @ $500
Deputy Provincial Secretary  12 n 236.(
Sanitary Inspector  11 n 175
Chief Clerk  12 ,, 124.33
Clerk        1J „ 95.00
do  1 month® $60;   9 „ 75
do   12 ,, 80
do  ...12 ,, 80
Postal Clerk  12 „ 80
Junior   do    4 months @ $64 ;   8 n 70
do      do 3 ,,    '   43;   9 ,i 47
{Provincial Poard of Health.)
Total, $17,382,501
Secretary  12 months @ $300.00]
Bacteriologist  12 i, 100
Clerk   12   .      n 75
Stenographer and Typist  12 ir 54
{Provincial JHuseum.)
Total, $6,348
Curator       12 months @ $143
Assistant Curator   12 n 97
Second Assistant     3 n 39
Janitor  12 n 77
Total, $3,921
(Provincial DZome, Kamloops.)
Superintendent  12   months @ $80
Matron   12           ,, 45
Nurse and Attendant   12           ti 55
Cook    12           „ 55
Fireman ,  12           n 60
(Printing Office.)
(Staff.)
Total, 3,540
King's Printer     7 months
do      5
Lhief Clerk    7
do            5
Clerk    12
do      12
Proof-reader  12
Stenographer and Proof-reader      12
Assistant Proof-reader  12
Storekeeper     7
do      5
Mail Clerk    7
Packer	
Foreman of Composing-room
Chief Linotype Operator	
Linotype Operator	
do 	
do 	
12
12
12
12
12
12
@ $236.
183.33
158.33
135
85
60
120
95
55
105
95
75
75
155
130
120
120
120
Carried forward.
1,800 00
3,000 00
2,100 00
900 00
240 00
6,000 00
2,840 00
1,925 00
1.492 00
142 50
735 00
960 00
960 00
960 00
816 00
552 00
3,600 00
1,200 00
900 00
648 00
1,716 00
1,164 00
117 00
924 00
960 00
540 00
660 00
660 00
720 00
1,656 70
916 65
1,108 35
675 00
1,020 00
720 00
1,440 00
1,140 00
660 00
735 00
475 00
525 00
900 00
1,860 00
1,560 00
1,440 00
1,440 00
1,440 00
6,240 00
50,903 201     8,040 00 3 Geo. 5
Public Accounts, 1st April, 1911, to 31st March, 1912.
C 33
T A Burgess .,.
W Melville	
F Partridge.. .
F Shakespeare.
R Butler	
W W Baines ...
D F Ballantyne
A E Johnson...
J Hall	
L H Borde	
WM Fatt	
H Curtis.	
W H Clark ....
G Neill	
J Wilby	
W T Scott	
A Proctor
F Clyde	
R Malcolm ....
H Price   	
P Wales 	
C Tugwell	
D Etheridge ...
EE Harte	
R T Williams .
C E Janes	
G S Carr	
A Smith	
W Laing	
I Culross	
J PI Newberrv
C N Webb...".
II Hughes ...
H S Anderson
E E Harte	
M Mears 	
K Merrill	
M Merrill	
N Turner..  ..
L Curtis	
E Richdale ...
M Penketh ...
G Hart	
CE Doherty, MD.
J G McKay, M D
G S Macgowan.
P II Cambridge.
F P Hughes .
R Bees.
W F Johnston.
DBSclater.
H T L House .
E B Stenchcombe.
E Fitzgerald.
T Cormack .
W F Beggs
F Green	
J B Foster	
J Hargie	
T M Yeadon ..
M Fillmore ...
G Mathewson.
Brought forward	
II.-CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALAKim).-Continued.
Vote No. 8.—Provincial Secretary's Department.—Continued.
Printing Office.—Concluded.
(Staff).—Concluded.
Linotype Operator  12 months
Machinist      12 n
Job Printer ■  12 (,
Compositor  12
do
do
do
do
do
do
12
12
12
12
12
12
Apprentice    12
do           12
Foreman of Press-room  12
Pressman ,	
do       	
do        •.	
do       	
do       	
Feeder     12
Apprentice  12
do   12
Folder and Stitcher   12
do   12
do     10
[Bookbinding Branch.)
@ $107
130
117
117
117
117
107
107
102
102
50
35
155
110
110
110
107
6 d. 107
65
65
35
50
35
50
Total, $44,691.72
12
12 ,
12 ,
4 davs
11
(Staff.)
do          	
  12
     12
  10
    12
I!              100
n             97
i. 20 d.   95
..             95
do           	
     12
ii             95
do             	
12
 12
n             90
     12
ii             50
do          	
   12
     2
     8
40
ii             90
ii 19 d.    90
Folder and Stitcher  	
do                	
do                	
   12
   12
    12
ii             50
50
do                	
                         12
do                	
   12
ii             40
,,             40
„             35
{Hospital for the Insane.)
(New Westminster.)
Medical Superintendent.
Assistant
Bursar
Assistant Bursar.
Analyst.
Steward
Engineer .
Painter.
Gardener,
Farmer.
Plasterer and Mason
Carpenter
Tailor .
Baker
Cook
Laundryman.
Shoemaker 6 months @ $50 :
Matron	
Chief Attendant    	
Total, $15,258.15
12 months i
12
$266.66
160
139
90
87
86
87.50
75
80
80
75
75
75
80
90
77
75
100
84
Carried forward.
50,903 20
1,284 00
1,560 00
1,404 00
1,404 00
1,404 00
1,404 00
1,284 00
1,284 00
1,224 00
1,224 00
600 00
420 00
1,860 00
1,320 00
1,320 00
1,320 00
14 27
1,569 75
780 00
660 00
420 00
600 00
420 00
500 00
1,740 00
1,200 00
1,164 00
1,015 20
1,140 CO
1,140 00
1,080 00
1,080 00
600 00
480 00
180 00
778 95
600 00
600 00
600 00
480 00
4S0 00
480 00
420 00
2,720 00
1,920 00
1,668 00
1,080 00
1,044 00
1,020 00
1,050 00
900 00
960 00
960 00
900 00
900 00
900 00
960 00
1,080 00
924 00
750 00
1,200 00
1,008 00
8,040 00
112,085 37  8,040 00 C 34
Public Accounts, 1st April, 1911, to 31st March, 1912.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$ cts.
112,085 37
466 00
840 00
720 00
624 00
623 00
126 00
360 65
615 35
1,200 00
960 00
636 00
660 00
720 00
600 00
720 00
75 00
482 50
780 00
482 50
335 00
323 05
462 65
200 00
518 00
10 65
214 70
541 35
504 00
60 80
460 00
600 00
732 00
260 00
624 00
291 50
636 00
624 00
612 00
459 00
612 00
204 00
333 00
636 00
626 25
212 00
160 00
265 00
671 00
536 00
684 65
636 00
528 00
40 00
492 00
369 00
492 00
492 00
80 00
397 35
340 00
40 00
37 50
43 40
420 16
285 30
235 10
111 80
63 95
9 10
12 00
336 75
356 65
2 70
598 40
8,040 00-
II.-CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).-Continued.
d.
38
70
60
62
52
42
40
52
100
80
53
55
60
50
60
52
42.50
65
42.50
56
41
40
60
60
40
60
42
40
50
60
61
52
52
50
53
52
61
61
51
51
50
53
52
53
50
35
60
50
50.65
50
50
S Huntlev   	
Vote No. 8.—Provincial Secretary's Department.— Continue
Hospital for the Insane.— Continued.
(New Westminster).—Continued.
A M Exley    	
do                          1 month @ $51; 11           n
do                              3          ii
do                 1 month @ $42 ;   7 30/31 n
F W Hewton	
do                   11 25/30 i,
D Montgomery	
Cook  12
M Doyle	
A H Price 	
CStapley	
W 1 hrystall 	
W McVie	
F Marshall	
do             4
do         6 months, 21 d. <3 $40;   5           ,,
RG Marshall	
I Moffatt    	
W Smith	
F Cooke 	
F Mcintosh	
do        3 months, 1 dav @ $40; 6 months <g $50;   2           „
do         12          ..
do            1J         ii
H A Hoult	
W F Craig 	
do                  12           „
F McSpooner	
do                  6           „ 25 d.
do                           .12          .1
0 Houle	
RC McDonald	
do               12
do                 12           „
do     9          M
do               12           ii
do                   4
do             4 months® 42;   3          u   9 d.
WEUwood	
do                         ii               12           i,   2 d.
H VGolding 	
do                      ii               4          „
C Salter	
J F Baker	
F Moorshead	
J F O'Reilly           	
H Bailey .   	
do     	
do                2 months @ $42; 9          ..         60;   1           „
do                   8           ii         42;    4           ,,
do                8          ii         41;   4           ,i
do                       9           „
$41
41
41
41
40
40
40
40
37.50
43.40
40
40
40
40
40
40
50
W C McAllister	
do                        2           ,i
C R Mellins	
F W Garde	
do                  	
C 0 Harris 	
do                	
do                  10          ,i 16d.
W S Botting .,
do                                   9    ,,
W Ewbank	
do                 	
A Smith	
do                 extra, $7.40 ; 1 month @ $41; 11 months @
$50
144,444 13
8.040 OO- 3 Geo. 5       Public Accounts, 1st April, 1911, to 31st March, 1912.
C 35
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$  cts.
Vote
Brought forward	
II.-CIVIL GOVERNMENT (8A.LA.Rim.-Continued.
144,444 13
492 00
300 00
48 00
48 00
48 00
16 00
48 00
48 00
35 00
136 00
48 00
34 00
24 00
250 00
250 00
480 00
163 25
396 00
384 00
59 00
366 50
356 50
342 00
330 00
160 50
8 25
145 75
371 60
313 50
203 50
275 00
171 00
22 00
6 30
147 50
24 55
148 40
188 00
182 40
20 00
391 75
402 00
160 00
60 00
180 00
300 00
438 70
194 50
93 30
430 95
347 10
470 00
150 00
75 00
225 00
171 65
50 00
1,140 00
810 00
744 94
780 00
810 00
780 00
600 00
189 52
8,040 00
No. 8.—Provincial Secretary's Department.—Continued.
Hospital for the Insane.—Concluded.
(New Westminster).—Concluded.
C Salter 	
J F Baker 	
W F Saunders	
R J Hardwick	
H Bailey	
B M Vass	
J Callaghan   	
W Ewbank	
R L Orr  	
Chaplain,
do
Charge N
do
do
do
Under Nu
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Chief Nig]
Assistant
Housemai
do
do
Reserve F
Farm Tea
do
do
Farm Att
do
Roman Catholic  12           ,,            20.83
     42          ,,             35
   12           n             33
   12           „             32
C O'Reilly   	
D Wiltshire	
P Griffiths    	
M L Redford	
 5 months at $28.50; 5 months @ $30 ;   2           i,            32
M Houdley	
K O'Connell	
     12           ,i             28 50
                         .    5            i,   24 d. 27.50
E M Dibbs 	
     9 days               27.50
     3 23/30 months @ $27.50;    8           u             33.50
M Draper	
   11            „   13 d. 27.50
                .10           ,,             27.50
J O'Reilly	
F Parker.	
A Ward     	
A Pearse	
         6           ii   18 d   27 50
C Mitchell	
O Browne	
M Watson	
Jean Sinclair	
do              12           ii             33.50
d  1 month (ffi $10 ; 10          ,,           15
     2           ,i             25
     9           ii             20
urse 2 months 18 davs @ $20 ;   9           ..            27.50
mster      10           i,   29 d. 40
     4            ,i   26 d. 40
     2           ii   10 d. 40
W A Bennett.  .
mdant              8          n  24 d. 50
J B Cross	
C W Holmes 	
W H Hume, M D	
W S Baird, M D	
W H Olliver	
Relief Doc
Night Wa
tor      1           i.            150
     t           ,,           150
     3           „             75
Total, $64,522.21
(Staff, Vernon.)
Chief Attendant     3          i,            67.50
Second        11           n 11 d.  66
Third         i,          12           „            65
Cook    12           ,i             67.50
Holiday Relief     3           „ 11 d.  65
Total, $5,854.46
H W Wright	
SF Hobbs 	
161,518 04
8,040 00 C 36
Public Accounts, 1st April, 1911, to 31st March, 1912.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$ cts.
A Robinson	
GCruickshank...
G E Cruickshank
L E Bagshaw ....
D Wilson  	
R W Eaton	
BG Walker	
MMcB Smith	
J S Gordon	
J D Gillis	
G H Deane	
A E Miller 	
A Sullivan	
T Leith	
J T Pollock	
D L McLaurin ...
W II May	
WN Winsby	
H Dunnell	
W Burns 	
J D Buchanan ...
E H Murphy	
J Spouse	
D M Robinson ...
J Kyle	
J Abercrombie...
C R Roach	
H Birmingham ..
Hon Sir Richard McBride
R F Tolmie	
VV F Robertson	
H Stanton	
K Nation  	
L Davey	
H Carmiehael	
D E Whittaker	
S Norman	
F H Shepherd	
T Graham	
C M Shepherd	
T Morgan	
J McGregor	
J Newton	
E Evans	
R Strachan	
Hon Price Ellison
J McB Smith ....
WO Runnalls...
C R Nairne	
J Flett	
H M Finlayson ..
J E Durand	
FM Ward	
Brought forward	
Il.-CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).-Continued.
Vote No. 8.—Provincial Secretary's Department.—Continued.
Education Office.
Superintendent of Education  12 months @ $275
Secretary  12 „ 152.66
Clerk  12 ., 63
do      12 i, 39
Free Text-book Branch.
Officer in Charge  12 months @ $186.
Assistant   u             2 „  11 d. 83.
do „     9 „ 11 d.  83.33
Clerk  12 i, 61
Inspection of Schools.
Inspector of High Schools    12 months
Inspector  12 n
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
12
12
12
12
12
12
8
($195
178.33
178.33
173.33
173.33
173.
168.33
168.33
160
160
163.33
Inspector Manual Training Schools   12
Provincial Normal School.
Principal  12 months @ $206.66
ii 200
190
185
186
ii 160
83.3
ii 77
., 52
Total, $43,909.30
Assistant Master  12
do             12
do              3
do      7
Drawing Master  12
Instructor in Nature Study  4
Engineer & Janitor  12
Assistant Janitor  12
Vote No. !).—Department of Mines.
Minister of Mines  12 mont)
Deputy Minister of Mines  12 ■
Mineralogist  12 i
Chief Clerk  12
Clerk  12 ,
do  12 i
Assistant Mineralogist and Assayer  12 i
Assistant Assayer  12 ,
Caretaker and Janitor       . 12 i
Chief Inspector of Mines, etc.  4 24/31 i
do              do                    3 .
Stenographer and Typist  9 ,
Inspector  12 •
do        12
do  12 ,
do        12 ,
do        ]2
; @ $500
241.
291.66
138.66
85
63
166.66
114
77
215
215
50
170
170
155
155
155
Vote No. 10.—Department of Finance and Agriculture.
(Treasury.)
Minister of Finance and Agriculture  12 months @ $500
Deputy Minister of Finance     12 „ 241.f
Inspector of Trust Companies  12 ,, 160
Clerk  12 ,. 150
do    12 „ 150
do   12 „ 113
do    12 „ 85
do   and Typist '„.. 10 „ 26d.   75
Total, 817,611
Carried forward	
3,300 00
1,832 00
766 00
468 00
2,240 00
166 65
783 35
612 00
2,340 00
2,140 00
2,140 00
2,080 00
2,080 00
2,080 00
2,020 00
2,020 00
1,280 00
800 00
1,960 00
6,000 00
2,900 00
3,500 00
1,664 00
1,020 00
756 00
2,000 00
1,368 00
924 00
1,027 16
645 00
460 00
2,040 00
2,040 00
1,860 00
1,860 00
1,860 00
6,000 00
2,900 00
1,920 00
1,800 00
1,800 00
1,356 00
1,020 00
815 00
8,040 00
31,914 16
245,381 50 3 Geo. 5      Public Accounts, 1st April, 1911, to 31st March, 1912.
C37
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
J A Anderson
HAS Morley
C H Jenkinson
H N Howard .
C JP Forde..
F R Murray ..
A R Lord ....
W H Keatinge
W J Goepel....
W E Graves ..
J B McKilligan
C S McKilligan.
SMcB Smith..
WW Bradley..
E E Leason.
W O Carter.
M L Harby .
F I Clark	
FJ Sehl	
L Marboeuf.  .
J West	
E Casey	
E Gillingham.
W H L Norris.
J L Ward	
W E Scott	
R M Winslow..
MS Middleton.
B Hoy	
J F Carpenter .
PEP>ench..  .
M A J nil	
J R Terry	
T Cunningham
W H Lyne	
R G Clarke....
D Grant  	
A Knight	
S A K White...
W W Alton....
RB Ilsley	
II Rive	
A E Craddock .
G B Marten....
F J Fleury	
EFlett	
J Stamford....
L M Ward	
HSFlett	
E Casey	
M Brooking.    .
A H Shotbolt..
Brought forward 	
Il.-CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SXLATlim).-Continued.
Vote No. 10.—Department of Finance and   Agriculture.—Concluded
(Audit Office.)
Auditor-General   12 months @ $241.66
186.66
125
101
101
d.   90
d. 90
: d.  90
241.60
109
Auditor     12
Clerk    12
do  8 months @ $95 ;   4
do  ..    6
do      0
do      0
do      6
Inspector of Offices and Financial Inspector of Hospitals .... 12
Assistant to n m .... 12
Total, $13,331.40
Surveyor of Taxes and Inspector of Kevenue.
Surveyor and Inspector  12 months @ $226.66
Clerk and Typist     12 n 75
Assessor, Vancouver Island 12 n 164
do      Kootenay  12 n 149
Assessor's Office, Victoria.
Total, $7,376
Assessor  12 months @ $157
Clerk  12 ., 100
do    12 „ 80
Statistical Bureau.
Secretary to Statistical Bureau  12
Clerk  12
Stenographer     12
Junior Clerk     4
do     4
do  4 months @ $30 ;   4
      3
do        4 months @ $25 ;   4
Agricultural Branch.
Total, $4,044
months @ $166.66
101
59
36
35
35
d. 26
30
Total, $4,650.60
Deputy Minister of Agriculture   12 months @ $216.(
Horticulturist and Assistant Inspector  12
Assistant Inspector  12
do
do
do
Chief Instructor in Poultry-raising	
Instructor m n       	
Inspector of Fruit Pests 	
Assistant Inspector of Fruit Pests     12
do ,i   12
do ,i   12
Inspector of Animals  12
do   12
do   12
do      12
Dairy Inspector     11
Clerk      9
do     12
do     12
Clerk and Typist      10
do      4
do      5
Junior Clerk     8
do              4
Stenographer, Vancouver       12
General Assistant  12
Carried forward.
135
110
110
100
19 d. 100
125
100
100
119
113
95
130
130
125
126
100
106
106
75
63
60
60
43
40
4d.
19 d.
12 d.
75
Total, $30,061.06
17,611 00
2,900 00
2,240 00
1,500 00
1,164 00
606 00
24 00
110 40
579 00
2,900 00
1,308 00
2,720 00
900 00
1,968 00
1,788 00
1,884 00
1,200 00
960 00
1,880 00
1,212 00
708 00
140 00
140 00
260 00
90 60
220 00
2,600 00
1,620 00
1,320 00
1,320 00
1,200 00
963 35
375 00
1,200 00
1,920 00
1,428 00
1,366 00
1,140 00
1,560 00
1,560 00
1,500 00
1,500 00
1,100 00
965 30
1,272 00
900 00
668 06
219 35
250 00
344 00
160 00
720 00
900 00
77,074 06
322,455 56 C 38 Public Accounts, 1st April, 1911, to 31st March, 1912.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$ cts.
322,465 56
Hon W R Ross..
R A Renwick ...
R F Child	
A McKay	
H Cathcart	
T E Wooldridge
T C Bolton ....
J Hoy	
G V Cuppage—
A W Cameron ..
N Taylor	
W A Turner....
W J Rant	
A Stewart	
A J Briggs	
J R Lewin	
S Phipps	
H Langton ....
W S Beckwith.
S F Morley	
HK Prior	
C E. Hopper...
E M Earle	
L Lipsky	
MS McDonald.
R E Burns	
R A Waterson.
E B McKay....
T Bamford.	
G P Goddard ..
W A Robbins ..
W H Stokes   ..
F O Morris	
H Davis	
A A Cook	
H De Mellin ...
H L Golder.
FM Phillips...
A H Simmons .
W D McKay .. .
J Umbaeh ....
A W Watt ....
H E Morris....
W Taynton....
A Bamford ....
W S Drewry ...
J F Armstrong
J R Mountain .
F Gerard	
G D McKay
E McCroskie
J R Martin .
A Carney ..
A McLean..
R Trinder ...
J McKay ...
G Dickinson
R J. Hamilton
T WMouat...
A L Bryant...
JM He'llis....
J McLean	
Inspector  3 months @ $166.66; 9 months @ $175
Forest Ranger  10 „          100
Assistant Inspector, Nelson     12 n          113
do                  Kaslo   12 „           106
do                  Vancouver ,  12 n           101
do                 Kamloops  12 „           101
Accountant  10 u 20 d. 106
Stenographer and Typist  12 h           55
77,095 36 3 Geo. 5      Public Accounts, 1st April, 1911, to 31st March, 1912.
C 39
cts.
ER Thomas..
G R McKay...
D A Galbraith
A Garrett .. .
A E Dunning.
R L Moore ...
H T Wright ..
J McNicol ...
J F McRae....
D S Lothian..
J F Marshall..
Hon T Taylor....
W VV Foster	
T Taylor	
J K Griffith	
E Mohun	
D R Irvine ...  .
G P Napier	
R T Laurence., ..
C H Cookson	
G M Duncan ....
A Hood	
WGM Rolston.
D Scott	
W H Humphreys
T G A Young	
H A Howell   	
G Starr 	
F G Kenney	
A M Peddle	
C Dauphin ....
V G Billeock ....
J C Kinlock	
T F Baxter	
J Peck	
H J McColl..
W A Bond...
G O Madigan
A Sutherland
S Baxter ....
J Downey	
J D Kay ....
G C Macgown
P A Goepel..
AS Bennett.
T Bath	
F Biggam ....
T Gilford ...
A Adamson
H Gilchrist.
J Sayer ....
S E Fletcher
E Oddy ....
J Johns 	
A Banton ..
C Eagles ...
G Simpson .
C Eagles ...
Brought forward	
Il.-CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).-Co»«i««e(J.
Vote No. 11.—Lands Department.—Concluded.
log Scalers.—Concluded.
Log Scaler     12 months
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
12
12
12
12
12
12
Clerk and Log Scaler  10
5S125
125
126
125
125
125
125
125
125
125
I. 125
Total, $22,441.25
Vote No. 12.—Public Works Department.
Minister of Public Works	
Deputy Minister of Public Works .
Stenographer to Minister	
Public Works Engineer	
Assistant	
do      	
do     	
Supervising Architect 	
Draughtsman	
do     	
Chief Clerk	
Clerk	
do 	
do 	
do
do
Junior Clerk	
do       and Typist
do ii
do       	
do       	
12
11!
12
12
12
12
. 12
. 12
12
12
12
12
12
4
12
12
9
.    1
months @ $500
200
ii 69
ii 225
ii 166.66
n 166.66
u 160
.. 166.66
ii 160
125
., 166.<
94
.. 88
80
.. 75
ii 13 d.
do
do
.1 month @ $30 ; 5 months <a $35 ;
Steam-boilers Inspection.
Total, $31,213.10
Chief Inspector  12 mouths @ $196.(
Clerk and Typist   12
Stenographer and Typist.
Inspector
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
New Westminster Bridge Service.
80
50
155
150
150
145
140
140
135
135
130
130
Total, $20,840
Superintendent  12 months @ $130
Towerman  12 n 87.
do         12 ii 87.
do         12 „ 87.33
do      and Watchman     11 h 14 d.   75
Watchman  12 „ 66
do          12 .. 64
do          12 ii 62
do          12 ,i 71
Caretaker    2 „ 66
do          10 ,, 66
Total, $9,516.85
Carried forward	
77,095 36
322,455 56
1,500 00
1,500 00
1,600 00
1,500 00
1,500 00
1,500 00
1,500 00
750 00
1,125 00
500 00
1,286 25
91,256 61
6,000 00
2,300 00
828 00
2,700 00
2,000 00
2,000 00
1,800 00
2,000 00
1,800 00
1,600 00
2,000 00
1,128 00
1,056 00
320 00
900 00
900 00
531 00
51 00
481 10
390 00
70 00
175 00
283 00
2,360 00
960 00
600 00
1,860 00
1,800 00
1,800 00
1,740 00
1,680 00
1,680 00
1,620 00
1,620 00
1,560 00
1,560 00
1,560 00
1,048 00
1,048 00
1,048 00
863 85
792 00
768 00
744 00
862 00
132 00
660 00
61,568 95
413,712 17 C 40
Public Accounts, 1st April, 1911, to 31st March, 1912.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$   cts.
61,568 95
1,248 00
900 00
900 00
888 00
876 00
864 00
210 00
594 00
804 00
804 00
1,164 00
1,164 00
912 00
948 00
413,712 17
Il.-CIVIL GOVERNMENT {SALARmS).-Continued.
Vote No. 12.—Public Works Department.—Concluded.
(Parliament Buildings Attendants.)
D Graham	
do              12           ii             75
do         12            „             73
do   12           ti             72
do           3          ii            70
do        12           i,            67
J T Hanley	
do        12           ,i            67
Total, $12,276
Vote No. 13.—Department of Railways.
Vote No. 14.—Attorney-General's Department.
H Griffiths	
H H Nash   	
F C Gamble	
73,844 96
3,600 00
6,000 00
3,600 00
1,240 00
1,200 00
146 70
595 00
355 00
550 10
900 00
588 00
420 00
140 00
3,200 00
765 00
420 00
2.079 96
1,464 00
1,140 00
510 00
510 00
45 00
495 00
2.080 00
1,284 00
960 00
378 00
600 00
2,212 00
1,153 25
180 00
1,020 00
do               7            ii             85
do         and Typist     12           n            35
Total, $15,634.80
Joint-stock Companies Branch.
Total, $4,385
land Registry Office, Kamloops.
W B Colvin	
do        	
W F Bridge. ...
V C Fawcett	
A Pourdrier   	
D Whiteside	
H G Grant	
H Nash	
WH Edmonds	
W B Charles 	
C Outhitt	
E W Norris	
F Yolland	
land Registry Office, Nelson.
Chief Clerk   12          „          107
land Registry Office^ New Westminster.
S R Roe	
P Wright	
D C Wilson	
J K Salter	
C S Keith   	
R H Cheyne	
J C Reid	
36,131 01
491,157 12 3 Geo. 5     Public Accounts, 1st April, 1911, to 31st March, 1912.
C 41
C P Latham
S Gilchrist..
M Johnson .
V Bent	
A Leslie..  .
WE Burritt..
H F MacLeod
F S Spain
A G Smith	
RTF Grainger.
C E T Fitzgerald
J D B Thompson
G B Jones	
H J Sharpe	
J Raynor	
M M Doherty	
L H Buck	
B Dalton	
G M Mathewson .
F C Ronan	
W H Walker	
F Yolland	
J A Morrison....
R E Green 	
GH Emery	
A Adamson	
J Marshall 	
M B Sowerby....
W Langley	
W L Hunt	
P Crummer	
S V Wootton ...
E M Fort	
T Cash more
G Simon	
G W Aikman .  .
J T Muirhead...
A Riddell	
W W Northeott,
J Holmes	
E B Devereaux.
J B Colvin	
T M Bowman.
J J Cambridge.
A J Brine
H Turnbull	
T W Banton ...
H R Townsend
A Williams
Brought forward	
II.-CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).-Com*in,«e<?.
Vote No. 14.—Attorney-General's Department.—Continued.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster.—Concluded.
Clerk  12 months @ $75
do  12           ii 75
do and Stenographer  12          n 70
Stenographer and Typist        1           n 50
Janitor   12           ii 50
Land Registry Office, Prince Rupert.
Registrar  12 months @ $183,33
Chief Clerk  12 ., 143
Clerk  11 i, 100
Land Registry Office, Vancouver.
Registrar  12 mon
Chief Clerk  12
Clerk       1
do    	
do      12 mon
do         4
do      12
do       12
Surveyor  12
Clerk  12
do     12
do     11
do          11
do     6
do      12
do      11
do      12
do      12
do      12
Junior Clerk and Stenographer     12
Stenographer and Typist   11
do „      11
Junior Clerk  11
Land Registry Office, Victoria.
ths @ i
165
117
ths <a $113
14 d. 110
101
101
100
95
85
20 d. 85
14 d.
85
85
85
80
75
75
59
66
56
45
Registrar-General  12 months @ $218.<
"165
119
113
113
90
Chief Clerk  12
Clerk    12
do      12
do
do
do
do
do
12
12
  12
do   and Stenographer  12
Junior Clerk   12
Supreme and Cotmty Court, Nelson.
85
85
75
35
Total, $62,608.61
Registrar  12 months @ $136
Supreme and County Courts, New Westminster.
Registrar  12 months @ $157
Clerk  12 „ 85
do   12 ,, 60
Janitor and Messenger  12 m 64
Stipreme and County Courts, Rossland.
Registrar  12 months @ $100
Janitor   12 n 50
Carried forward 	
900 00
900 00
840 00
50 00
600 00
2,200 00
1,716 00
1,100 00
4,800 00
1.980 00
117 00
67 75
1,356 00
489 70
1,212 00
1,212 00
1,200 00
1,140 00
1,020 00
989 85
935 00
510 00
1,020 00
976 10
060 00
900 00
900 00
708 00
606 00
605 00
495 00
2,620 00
1,980 00
1,428 00
1,356 00
1,356 00
1,080 00
1,068 00
765 00
1,020 00
900 00
420 00
1,632 00
1,884 00
1,020 00
720 00
768 00
1,200 00
600 00
491,157 12
491,167 12 C 42 Public Accounts, 1st April, 1911, to 31st March, 1912.
A B Pottinger ..
J C Dockerill...
W Murray	
H S Sherwood..
CE Willis	
C M Dallas	
A R Eckersly. .
A H Hemming..
W Thompson...
N Mutrie	
J Cameron	
C Campbell	
S V Moore	
J B McCann	
T Whitehouse ..
W Adams.	
W A Humphrey
W Hardy	
W G Quirk	
L Moseley	
C G Harwood...
J McPherson ...
F Evans	
B H T Drake .
H Combe	
W P Marchant
O Barton	
G McKay	
J W Bland....
H O Cobb ....
J Elder	
W Jones	
•C R Blake....
J Gilbert	
A J Jackson..
E O Scholefleld
A M Russell...
J Shires	
M McNaught ..
D N Mclntvre .
DP Roberts.
C R Gordon .
WRae.
Brought forward	
Il.-CIVIL GOVERNMENT 'SALAniF.S).-Continued.
Vote No. 14.—Attomey-General's Department.—Continued.
Supreme and County Courts,  Vancouver.
do
do
Stenographer .
Engineer   12
Fireman  12
Elevator Attendant     6
Chief Janitor       12
Janitor    ..     12
do
do
do
do
do
60
50
50
60
155
75
60
75
69
50
60
Sd.   50
i d. 60
54
50
id.   50
112
and Gardener  12
Nightwatchman   6
do             5
Official Stenographer  12
Supreme and County Courts, Victoria.
Registrar Supreme Court 12 months @ $193.66
do       County        h       12
Deputy Supreme and County Courts   12
Clerk
12
Stenographer for Judges  12
Usher and Janitor  12
Assistant        11        12
Engineer and Assistant Janitor   11
do „      1
Elevator Attendant   12
Official Stenographer  12
Nightwatchman      1
Legislative Library.
143
102
54
60
61
61
61
112
19 d.   50
Total $36,849 60
Librarian  12 months @ $166.66
Cataloguer   ...      12 „ 87
Junior Clerk and Typist  12 .. 39
do        and Stenographer  12 h 45
Total,'$4,052
Fisheries.
Deputy Commissioner of Fisheries 11 months <d> $200 ;   1 month @ $250
Electrical Energy Inspection Acts.
Inspector       12 months @ $208.33
Factories Act.
Inspector  12 months @ $145
Tramways Inspection Act.
Inspector 12 months @ $140
Carried forward	
90,452 41
2,100 00
1,380 00
1,380 00
1,212 00
840 00
720 00
720 00
600 00
600 00
450 00
1,500 00
900 00
360 00
900 00
708 00
200 00
60 00
159 65
138 70
648 00
300 00
279 00
1,344 00
2,324 00
1,716 00
1,224 00
648 00
1,020 00
984 00
720 00
671 00
61 00
732 00
1,344 00
82 25
2,000 00
1,044 00
468 00
540 00
2,450 00
2,500 00
1,740 CO
1,680 00
131,900 01
491,157 12 3 Geo. 5       Public Accounts, 1st April, 1911, to 31st March, 1912.
C 43
A B Williams.
G A C Cowper
R E Hose ....
A G Priestly .
C J Lewis	
J Bates	
W Avery	
J Russell	
GAB Terrell.
R Gidley ....
J W Graham..
O Hoist ....
A P Cummins
H J Blurton..
E Bogardus...
F S Hussey	
CS Campbell....
do
T Smith 	
DGCox	
H Clark	
G A Hood	
T Islip	
C A Booth	
H F Helmsing ...
W Owen	
R Webster	
H W Dodd	
C J Bunbury. ...
I A Dinsmore.  ..
G H Aston	
do       	
D A Ritchie	
GHSproule	
M B Ewart	
W H Docksteader
G Stanfleld	
N B Ewart ..   ..
P Penticost	
FGosby	
J MacAulay	
F E Aiken
C B R Palmer ...
WSpiller	
D H Anderson...
J M Dougall	
T G Wynn	
A T Harvey	
W F Morris 	
S F Calkins  	
C Hartley	
S M Grant	
W J Bowdridge..
E J Blackman ...
F C Belson	
R McDonald	
F W Vincent ....
Brought forward	
Il.-CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALAmESy.-Continued.
Vote No. 14.—Attorney-General's Department.—Continued.
" Game Act."
Game Warden
Clerk    ...    6
do  1 month 25 days @ $50 ;   1
do        3
Deputy Game Warden  12
do   12
do    12
do     ,   12
do  12
do    12
do   12
do   12
do   12
do      12
do      8
12 months @ $158.;
Provincial Police.
(Superintendent's  Office.)
9d.
77
75
50
80
80
80
80
76
75
75
75
75
75
75
Total, $12,539
Superintendent	
do 	
Inspector  	
do	
Clerk and Constable.
Junior Clerk	
Clerk	
Constable	
do      	
do      	
months @ $180
180
165
160
95
59
75
75
75
75
(Atlin Police District.)
Chief Constable	
Constable    	
do      Telegraph Creek.
1 month   @ $125
9 months 80
12 „ 90
(Boundary Police District.)
Chief Constable, Greenwood     1 mo.   8 d.
Constable, Greenwood  11 months
do
do
do
do
do
do
Jo
do
do
Constable,
do
do
do
do
do
Fairview  5
Penticton  6
Grand Forks  4           „ 16 d.
Hedley  12
Keremeos     12
Midway  12
Phcenix                10
Princeton      1
Rock Creek  12
Cariboo Police District.
Fort George     1 month   @
ii   11 months
Hanceville   12 11
150-mile House     6 n
n      5 „
Quesnel     9 h
77
77
77
77
77
77
75
76
77
82
76
75
75
77
Hazelton Police District.
Chief Constable, Hazelton     1 month   @ $125
do
Constable,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
.1 month @ i
11 months
4 ,.   9d.
1 ii 5 d.
7
15 days
5 months 22 d.
125
86
85
86
85
Andimaul ..
Sealeyville ,
16 days
12 months
14 d.
85
85
Carried forward.
1,900 00
484 00
165 00
150 00
960 00
960 00
960 00
960 00
900 00
900 00
900 00
900 00
900 00
900 00
600 00
720 00
1,080 00
990 00
480 00
1,140 00
354 00
300 00
900 00
900 00
375 00
125 00
810 00
1,080 00
120 80
1,056 00
385 00
462 00
350 00
924 00
924 00
924 00
750 00
76 00
924 00
90 00
902 00
912 00
450 00
375 00
693 00
125 00
1,375 00
369 75
99 15
596 00
42 50
490 10
687 00
45 00
1,032 00
510 00
468 10
849 41 491,157 12 . C 44
Public Accounts, 1st April, 1911, to 31st March, 1912.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$   cts.
169,849 41
1,008 00
180 00
912 00
532 00
150 00
225 00
900 00
1,128 00
847 00
75 00
616 00
150 00
972 00
75 00
924 00
82 00
1,104 00
600 00
226 00
900 00
375 00
924 00
924 00
225 00
320 00
525 00
243 75
150 00
225 00
75 00
75 00
300 00
450 00
75 00
744 00
825 00
150 00
525 00
912 00
462 00
450 00
1,128 00
912 00
900 00
936 00
890 00
924 00
300 00
825 00
924 00
1,260 00
900 00
924 00
912 00
924 00
126 00
1,375 00
660 00
885 50
847 00
456 00
491,157 12
IT. -CIVIL GOVERNMENT {SALABmS).-Continued.
Vote No. 14.—Attorney-General's Department.—Continued.
Provincial Police.—Continued.
Kamloops Police District.
J McClintock	
T H Lee	
Constable,                    n        12           n            76
do                         ii             2          ii            75
do                         ii                         3           ii            75
H V Harris	
do                  Shuswap  12          ..           75
(Kootenay, Nortii-East, Police District.)
Chief Constable, Golden  12 months @ $ 94
J C Kirkpatrick 	
do                       1           u            75
do                  .,           2           ii            75
R E Drew	
do       Field     1          ii           75
(Kootenay, South-East, Police District.)
H D McLeod
do                    ii            3          n            75
F J Calder
do          Elko     12          ,i           77
do           Michel     3           „   7 d.   75
H D McLeod 	
A W Collins	
D Campbell	
do              ii              2           ii            75
G H Welsby
C Kerr	
do              ii             1           ii            75
D McMillan	
do              i,             4          ii            75
do                    6           ii             75
G H Welsbv
do               ii                 1           ii             75
J  Walsh	
do          Fort Steele  12           „            62
S Hartley	
do                  ii                  7           ii            75
do          Moyie      12           n            76
do                  ii             6          ,i            75
H CO Adney	
J T Eggleshaw	
J T Black	
(Kootenay, West, Police District.)
Constable,                  12           n            76
J D Wightman.
G MGunn	
R McWhirter	
do       Ymir           12           ,.             77
R J Sutherland	
G M Yuill	
D E Stephenson	
W H Davidson	
(Nanaimo-Comox Police District.)
(Skeena Police District.)
A T Stephenson	
T G Wynn	
C Carlson	
W Prescott	
do                    6          ii           76
R McDonald	
207,416 66
491,157 12 3 Geo. 5       Public Accounts, 1st April, 1911, to 31st March, 1912.
C 45
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
%   cts.
207,416 66
1,032 00
594 00
912 00
258 00
100 00
45 00
1,320 00
774 00
247 00
300 00
300 00
837 60
285 00
900 00
130 00
203 25
847 00
76 00
942 00
860 00
675 00
885 00
423 60
1,128 00
900 00
900 00
984 00
912 00
900 00
200 00
675 00
150 00
40 00
1,080 00
150 00
924 00
360 00
360 CO
1,162 00
150 00
675 00
525 00
66 55
225 00
152 00
750 00
195 00
75 00
639 58
900 00
75 00
847 50
900 00
75 00
308 00
87 35
636 99
900 00
71 84
491,157 12
Il.-CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).-*
Continued,
mt.— Continued.
d.
12 months @ $ 86
6 ,,            80
12           ii             76
3 ii             86
1 ,i            100
16 days                75
ICT.)
12 months @ $110
9          „            86
2 ii            86
4 ,,            75
4 ,,             75
11 ,,   5d.   75
3 n 24 d.   75
12 ,i             75
1 n 22 d.   76
2 n 22 d.   75
11           ,i            77
1 n            75
2 ii             86
10 ,i             86
9           ,.             75
11 n 24 d.   75
5 ,, 15 d.   77
12 months @   $94
12          ii            75
12          ,,            75
12 months @   $82
12           ii            76
12          ,,            75
12           ,,             16.66
9           i,             75
2           ,i             75
16 days               75
12 months @  $90
12           ,i             12.50
12           ,,             77
12           ,,             30
12           ,i             30
12 months (g   $96
2 n             75
9            ii             75
7 ii             75
27 days               75
3 months          75
2           n            76
10           ii            75
2           ,, 16 d.   77
1            n             75
8 ,i 15 d.   75
12           „             75
1 ii 75
10 .. 9 d. 75
12           ,,             75
1            ii             75
4 ,i             77
1           ii  Bd.    75
8           ii 15 d,    75
12           ii             75
4            ii 24 d.   15
Vote No. 14.—Attorney-General's Departm
Provincial Police.—Continued.
(Skeena Police District).—Conclude
do           ,,       	
JOB Deane	
R Webster	
M J Lloyd	
(Vancouver-Westminster Police Distr
T Smith	
S North	
W E V Spiller	
do           ii                   n                   ...   1 month @ $75
W T Grant	
do                          ii        	
S Marshall	
do                        n        	
D Exley 	
H E Moore	
do                          ,i                      	
do                        	
W Black 	
D McMillan 	
do                          ,,        	
HT Helmsing	
O Wilkie	
(Vernon Police District.)
(Victoria Police District.)
P G Routh	
A R Price	
J Tooth 	
R B Halhead	
WKeir	
G Weir	
J F O'Hara	
C A Cox    	
(West Coast Police District.)
(Yale Police District.)
do             ii       	
do           ,,     	
J W Burr	
A S Ash 	
J H McMillan	
T H Lee	
S B Beyts	
do           „       	
do           ,i     	
do           	
A S Ash	
R Cahilty	
WR Wyatt	
W Munnelly	
L A Dodd	
do          	
W R Mayne	
Carried forward ...
239,431 72
491,157 12 C 46
Public Accounts, 1st April, 1911, to 31st March, 1912.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
f   cts.
T Smith	
J O'Hara	
R Callander	
C Theronx	
D Donaldson
E L Woodruff...
Mrs Bretnall....
M F Pullen	
W Forsyth	
T Calbick	
A McLean	
C Ogilvie	
W Donaldson....
D Stephen	
John Black	
Mrs C Donaldson
A M Evans	
H C Rayson	
RRC Bayne....
H P Christie ....
C W Grain	
D J Callanan. ..
J Stevens	
G.J Walker	
R S C Randall ...
J S Alexander .. .
E C Lunn 	
J A Fraser	
J Cartmel	
WG Paxton	
J Porter 	
J Cartmel	
J Baird	
CH Grant	
Brought forward	
H.-CIVIL GOVERNMENT {SALAUlESh-Continued.
Vote No. 14.—Attorney-General's Department.—Concluded.
Provincial Police.—Concluded.
(Yale Police District).—Concluded.
Constable, Spences Bridge      1 mos. 8 d. @ $75
do ii     3 months 75
do n   1 ii 75
do       Fraser Mills  4 „ 16.66
Industrial School, Vancouver.
Total, $95,454.01
Superintendant  12 months @ $100
64
i 75
, 75
i 63
i 57
i 61
, 22 d. 60
, 23 d. 60
i 64
i 60
i 26
i 53
Total, $7,1
Gardener and Farm Instructor  12
School Teacher     9
do      3
Tailor and 1st Assistant  12
2nd Assistant   12
Shoemaker and 3rd Assistant     12
Carpenter and 4th i     9
do n     1
Cook   11
do        1
Matron and Housekeeper  12
Nightwatchman      12
Vote No. IS.—Government Agencies.
Alberni Agency.
Government Agent   12 months @ $129
Clerk  12 „ SO
Total, $2,508
Ashcroft Agency.
Government Agent and Assessor  12 months @ $157
Cariboo District Agencies.
(Barkerville.)
Government Agent  12 months @ $125
Clerk and Mining Recorder           10 n 80
Caretaker     4 h 10
(Fort George.)
Government Agent     3 mos. 22 d. @ $155
Clerk and Mining Recorder       7 n 106
Clerk and Stenographer  12 M 80
(160-mile House.)
Government Agent     11 mos. 13 d. @ $100
Total, $5,743.64
Cassiar Agencies.
(Atlin.)
Government Agent  12 months @ $195
Clerk and Mining Recorder  3 months @ $130 ;   2 n 135
Clerk  3      ., 100;   9 „ 120
(Telegraph Creek.)
Government Agent     5 months @ $135
do ii           7 i, 135
Total, $6,000
Cumberland Agency.
Government Agent     12 months @ $140
Clerk  12 ,, 75
Total, $2,580
Carried forward	
239,431 72
94 72
225 00
75 00
66 64
1,200 00
768 00
675 00
225 00
756 00
684 00
732 00
582 60
104 50
704 00
60 00
312 00
636 00
1,548 00
960 00
1,500 00
800 00
40 00
575 00
742 00
960 00
2,340 00
660 00
1,380 00
675 00
945 00
1,680 00
900 00
491,157 12 :
247,332 18 -
18,715 54 738,489 30 3 Geo. -5       Public Accounts, 1st April, 1911, to 31st March, 1912.
C 47
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$ cts.
18,715 54
738,489 30
Il.-CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).-
-Continued.
—Continued.
Vote No. Io.—Government Agencies.
Duncan Agency.
East Kootenay Agencies.
(Cranbrook Agency.)
11 months @ $125
1,375 00
3 months @ $150
12           ,i           136
12           „            107
12           ,,              90
12           ,,              70
12           ,,             66
12           „              60
.  12           ,i             60
7           n             60
12           „             50
450 00
1,632 00
1,284 CO
1,080 00
840 00
780 00
720 00
720 00
420 00
600 00
Clerk	
do 	
do 	
G W F Carter	
H S Clark ....
WC McClelland	
J F Smith	
do 	
do 	
do 	
(Fernie Agency.)
W H Armstrong        	
JST Alexander	
A H Watson	
Clerk	
do 	
(Golden Agency.)
.. 12 months @ $125
12           „            101
8           ,i              80
2           ,, 26 d.    75
1,600 00
1,212 00
640 00
212 50
E C Ocker	
E J Scovil	
months 8 days @ $145
.. 12 months        113
1,632 44
1,356 00
1,284 00
F H Bacon.	
Clerk	
.. 12          ,i          107
( Wilmer—Sub-agency. )
G F Stalker	
1,272 00
Total, $17,634.94
Fairvieiv Agency.
12 months @ $149
12           „            101
12           „             90
Total, $4,080
1,788 00
1,212 00
1,080 00
Clerk	
Fort Fraser Agency.
R S Atkins	
T W Heme	
Fort St. John Agency.
12 months @ $135
..12           ,i             90
1,620 00
1,080 00
Total, $2,700
900 00
Grand Forks Agency.
S R Almond	
Clerk	
11 months & $125
..11           „             80
1,376 00
880 00
WR Dewdney	
Greenwood Agency.
Total, $2,255
12 months @ $130
.  11           ,i           100
. .    2           „             30
1,560 00
1,100 00
60 00
Hazelton Agency.
Total, $2,720
Clerk 	
do    	
12 months @ $157
12           „             85
12           „           100
.  12           „             90
..12           ,,             85
1,884 00
1,020 00
1,200 00
1,080 00
1,020 00
720 00
J E Kirby   	
H Welch	
A H Wylie..                 ...
M Ward	
..12           „             60
Total, $6,924
Carried forward	
57,304 48
738,489 30 C 48
Public Accounts, 1st April, 1911, to 31st March, 1912.
E T W Pearse..
E Fisher	
H D Morrant..
G B W Nelson .
D H Smith
F St Amour .. .
F Soues	
F C Campbell.
M Turtle	
J Coleman....
C Phair..
Geo Thomson...
J T Clark	
A Stewart	
MBate    ..
J McKenzie.
C C Henderson ,
W N Rolfe.
A VV Lee ..
H Hunter ,
J HMcMullin	
ACuthbert	
E Edwards	
W A Pettigrew, ...
W Coyney	
F E Morgan	
HP McCorkindale.
G M Davies	
E M Sandilands.
J Conwajr
L Norris	
S Somerville.
HF Wilmot.
C A Pope....
E J Pym ...
E E Chipman.
R J Stenson..
W J Green....
C M Fawcett .
Brought forward.	
I.-CIVIL GOVERNMENT (fiAI,ARim)--Continued.
Vote No. Io.—Government Agencies.—Continued.
Kamloops Agency.
Government Agent     12 months @ $143
101
85
„   3 d.  75
75
i, 60
Total.   5,200.40
Mining Recorder and Assessor  12
Clerk   12
do     1
do     6
Janitor  12
Lillooet District Agencies.
(Clinton.)
Government Agent  6 months @ $130
Assistant          i      12           n          135
Clerk and Stenographer  5           ii            67
do                      6           „  2  d. 75
Total, $3,190
(Lillooet -Sub-agency.)
Assessor and Mining Recorder  12 months @ $142
Nanaimo Agency.
Government Agent  12 months @ $140
Clerk  12          .,            !1
Stenographer  10          n            50
Deputy Assessor and Collector   12           "           150
Janitor and Messenger  10           n            50
do                    1           i.             50
Nicola Agency.
Total, $5,i
Government Agent  12 months @ $129
Clerk  12 „ 65
Government Agent .
Princeton Agency.
Skeena Agencies.
(Prince Rupert Agency.)
Government Agent	
Assessor and Collector	
do                   2
Clerk and Registrar  12
Clerk     1
do      9
do      12
do   and Stenographer   12
Total, $2,568
12 months @ $114
12 mon
10
ths @ $142
125
142
100
90
90
90
83
(J EDWAY—S UB-AGENCY.)
Gold Commissioner, etc          12 months @ $131
(Stewart—Sub-agency.)
Mining Recorder, etc  12 months @ $116
Vernon Agency.
Total, $10,378
Government Agent  12 months @ $150
Clerk   10 ,.14d.   80
Mining Recorder and Assessor  12 n 131
Clerk  12 „ 90
Janitor     12 n 50
Total, $5,886.93
West Kootenay Agencies.
(Kaslo Agency.)
Government Agent  12 months @ $150
Mining Recorder and Assessor  12 n 129
Clerk    12 ,, 75
do and Stenographer   ,  12 n 75
Carried forward 	
1,716 00
1,212 00
1,020 00
83 02
450 00
720 00
780 00
1,620 00
335 00
465 00
1,680 00
852 00
500 00
1,800 00
500 00
50 00
1,548 00
1,020 00
1,704 00
1,250 00
284 00
1,200 00
90 00
810 00
1,080 00
996 00
1,572 00
1,392 00
1,800 00
834 93
1,572 00
1,080 00
600 00
1,800 00
1,548 00
900 00
900 00
738,489 I
98,130 43
738,489 30 3 Geo. 5        Public Accounts, 1st April, 1911, to 31st March, 1912.
C 49
F Mummery.
WFTeetzel..
S H Hoskins ,
S S Jarvis	
W A Jowett..
HC Bennett..
J McLeod	
J McKenzie...
D J McKim...
R Gordon.	
W E McLauchlin.
E Edwards	
J Boyd	
E H Bond 	
J Kirkup...
J E Hoosan.
E Job	
S A Fletcher ...
J Mahony	
J Wintemute...
A P Grant	
J W Creighton..
WAD Jones...
M R Brown	
R Sayer 	
C H Calbick...,
W L Fagan 	
J Clint	
J Rankin..
F McLean	
F J Calvert....
W McL Moore .
J Travis	
J Pelly	
J Stewart	
George Jay. ..
H 0 Alexander
WSaul	
Brought forward	
Il.-CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES) -Concluded.
Vote No. IS.—Government Agencies.—Concluded.
(New Denver—Sub-agency.)
Mining Recorder ,  12 months @ $95
(Trout Lake—Sub-agency.)
Mining Recorder  12 months @ $85
(Nelson Agency.)
Government Agent  12 months @ $167
Mining Recorder  12           „ 129
Clerk    12           „ 106
do           1           i. 75
do       11           .1 75
do   and Stenographer  12           n 70
Stenographer and Typist  12           u 50
Janitor  12          „ 60
(Revelstoke Agency.)
Government Agent  12 months @ $157
Mining Recorder   12           n 157
Clerk and Deputy Assessor     10          n 119
Janitor        1           ii 50
do      11           ii 50
(Rossland Agency.)
Government Agent     12 months @ $162
Mining Recorder   12           ti 122
Clerk  12           ,i 106
Westminster District Agencies.
(New Westminster Agency.)
Total, $24,710
Government Agent  12 months @ $175
Assistant Government Agent  12 u 136
Clerk   12 ,. 95
do      12 .. 95
Assessor and Collector  12 n 150
do                  i  12 „ 119
Clerk    12 i, 100
do      12 ii 85
Janitor and Messenger.  12 n 78
(Vancouver Sub-agency.)
Assessor and Collector  12 months
Clerk
do
do
do
do
do
12
12
12
3
@ $162
113
101
75
75
75
60
Total, $19,428
III.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (SALARIES).
Vote No. 16.—Supreme and County Courts.
Chilliwack.
Registrar County Court   12 months @   $25
Ladysmith.
Deputy Registrar  12 months @   $25
Total, 600
Vote No. 17.—Stipendiary Magistrates.
Victoria....
Vancouver.
Clinton....
12 months @   $41.66
12 ,i 41.66
12 ,i 41.66
Carried forward.
1,884 00
1,548 00
1,272 00
75 00
825 00
840 00
600 00
720 00
1,884 00
1,284 00
1,190 00
50 00
550 00
1,944 00
1,464 00
1,272 00
2,100 00
1,682 00
1,140 00
1,140 0C
1,800 00
1,428 00
1,200 00
1,020 00
936 00
1,944 00
1,356 00
1,212 00
900 00
225 00
675 00
720 00
300 00
600 00
500 00
500 00
738,489 30
875,609 73 C 50           Public Accounts
1st Apkil, 1911, to 31st March, 1912.
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$     cts.
W H Bullock-Wehster...
III. -ABMINISr
Vote No.
do    	
2,100 00
260 00
500 00
500 00
229 15
116 66
rEATION OF JUSTICE (SALAKLES).-CW
eluded..
•A.
is @   $20.83
i             41.66
41.66
3,695 81.
24,678 84
28,374 65-
17.—Stipendiary Magistrates.—Conclud
   12
   12
New Westminster.
   11
     7           ii             16.66
Vote No. 18.—County Gaols.
Kamloops Gaol.
1,200 00
960 00
900 00
900 00
900 00
1,200 00
960 00
900 00
900 00
900 00
1,200 00
960 00
840 00
960 00
840 00
840 CO
816 00
816 00
816 00
360 00
1,200 00
960 00
840 00
840 00
960 00
444 84
204 00
822 00
240 00
1,800 00
1,000 0C
600 00
400 00
200 00
200 00
200 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
A Noble'	
    12
i             75
i             75
i             75
al, $4,860
hs @ $100
i             80
i             75
i             75
i             75
Ai, $4,860
is @ $100
i             80
i             70
i             SO
70
70
i             68
i             68
68
J J Home	
J W Clarke	
do
do         	
   12
   12
To
Nelson Gaol.
JT Hardy	
           12
do    	
    12
A A Pitchford	
do    	
   12
                  12
To
New Westminster Gaol.
A Turnbull	
    12
do    	
    12
J Burr	
do         	
       12
C Spring	
J M Mutter	
do         	
    12
do
do
   12
 ,      12
 12
To
Victoria Gaol.
.al, $8,448
ns @ $100
J H Hunter	
do        	
70
70
i             80
i 11 d.   70
■             68
i             70
i             20
Sal, $6,610.84
do    	
   12
               12
do         	
           6
W Mullett	
do
do         	
     3
Mrs J A Mutter	
D M Eberts	
Speaker of the Hous
i lerk       ii            ii
    12
To
IV.-LEGISLATION.
4,620 00-
Vote No. If).—Sessional Salaries.
C L Cullin 	
Walter Lorimer	
G E Moore	
W Walton	
C J O'Rourke	
do    	
do    	
do    	
W J Christie	
J A Miller	
do    	
do    	
P Pyre	
do    	
do    	
4,620 0O» 3 Geo. 5       Public Accounts, 1st April, 1911, to 31st March, 1912.
C 51
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$   cts.
4,620 00
IV.-I.EGISI.ATIOi\. -Continued.
Vote No. 20.—Indemnity to Members.
50,400 00
6,918 50
Vote No. 21.—Mileage.
Ladysmith Chronicle	
Prince Rupert Journal..
Vote No. 22.—llegistration of Voters.
2 50
6 60
194 75
76 00
96 10
75 00
56 00
125 00
75 00
75 00
130 00
75 00
18 75
56 25
76 00
155 00
50 00
25 00
102 00
75 00
50 00
75 00
75 00
93 75
75 00
75 00
75 00
168 75
111 85
18 75
75 00
15 62
59 38
65 62
288 00
184 50
301 50
12 00
151 60
129 00
7 00
21 88
21 88
21 88
17 00
37 80
75 00
75 00
100 00
150 00
150 00
2 00
55 00
26 33
3 00
219 75
21 00
27 00
10 00
27 00
H Combe
C Phair	
G D McKay.
G W Grain
do                     M     	
T Shepherd	
H C Rayson	
J H McMullin	
J Pelly	
J S T Alexander	
W G McMynn...
S R Almond	
do                           -t         	
J Maitiand-Dougall.   ...
do                               .1                       ..                	
do                                     n                            .i                   	
do                               ii                       ii                	
do                            -                     ii               	
do                            ..                     ii               	
96 days (w $3
.  61$   ii          3
100$    n          3
4      „          3
.  50$   -,          3
43      ,i          3
Geo Penkith  	
M G Phipps	
M W Oliver	
do                revising Voters' Lists, Vancouver	
do                            .,                     ..                    	
do                            ii                     ii                    	
.    6| days
.    «$   „
6$   „
3.50
3.50
3.50
F Eden	
GH Willoughby	
do                            "                     ii                    Stenograph
do                            ii                     ii                              ii
do                            ii                     ii                                   1
do                            ii                     ,i                            1
do                            ii                     ii                     ......    2
do                            .-                     ii                          2
do                            ii                     ,.                          2
month
months @
ii
$50
75
75
J S Fidler	
S A Fletcher	
Vote No. 23.—Expenses of Elections.
C P Ry Co	
H Calwell
4,396 51
Geo Ferey           	
333 08
66,668 09 C 52
Public Accounts, 1st April, 1911, to 31st March, 1912.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$ cts.
Nanaimo Daily Herald..
Colonist Pt'g& Pub Co..
Victoria Daily Times	
The World	
Daily News	
Columbian Co	
Colonist Pt'g & Pub Co..
Victoria Gas Co	
Weiler Bros	
J A Bland   	
Elliott, Maclean & f5hand
ley	
G A Fraser	
News Publishing Co	
C K Courtnev	
M Targett	
C E Moore 	
Smith & Champion	
Victoria Transfer Co....
Pacific Coast Import'g Co
Turner Beeton Co	
W & J Wilson	
H M Wilson   	
G Powell & Sons	
Cameron & Calwell	
Victoria Transfer Co	
Shore Hardware Co	
EH Goucher	
J W H Taylor	
B Kean	
C Grant	
J W Robinson	
Harcourt & Son	
HG Garrett	
G Robinson	
L Creeden	
J A Gill	
M Andrews	
Mrs Lorenz	
V Croot 	
M A Cameron	
G Leishman	
H Monteith	
M W Oliver	
J Hutchison	
P Jameson	
F S Targett	
G Whitfield	
H Johnson	
W McKenzie	
D Eccles	
C Donahue 	
Mrs Rampley	
C L Cullin	
J W Lorimer	
BC Messenger Service ..
B Wilson	
Sweeney & McConnell...
Erskine & Co	
L McRae	
H C Hanington	
R Ryan	
Pay-list	
Reliable Transfer.	
Remington Type W Oo..
Geo A Fraser	
Gatchell & Manning.
Watson & McGregor
T Plimley	
Brought forward	
lV.-Lmi$JjArnON.—Concluded.
Vote No. 24.—Contingent Fund.
Subscription	
do 	
do 	
Copies of paper    	
do	
do 	
do 	
Gas, etc	
Glassware, etc	
Noting amendments of British Columbia Statutes, etc. ..
Counsel fee on forestry legislation    	
Toilet articles, etc	
Printing	
Services re opening of Parliament	
Washing towels	
Repairs to hopper   	
Carpet hassock	
Expressage	
Dishes	
Table-cloths	
Gloves for attendants    	
Lock and keys   	
Range and fittings, etc	
Hack-hire  	
do        	
Cutlery	
Auto-hire 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Services as caterer	
Suit, gown, and hat for Speaker	
Services Attorney-General's Department during Session.
Stenographer, etc., in Committee-room	
do ,. 	
do .. 	
do m    	
do ,i 	
do „ 	
do m 	
Messenger ,   ..   ,	
do        -.	
do       	
do       	
Janitor	
do     	
do     	
Usher at opening	
do 	
Door-keeper	
do 	
Ladies' attendant at opening 	
Extra allowance, $100 ; expenses, $10	
do  	
Messengers   	
Ice
Rubber stamps	
Sundry supplies	
Meals during Session	
Extra service during Session ..
Extra allowance        n . .
Additional allowance to Pages.
Delivering parcels	
Rent of typewriter	
V-PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).
Vote No. 25.—Bureau of Mines (3Iaintenance).
Chemicals, etc	
Engravings	
Pump..	
Spanners    	
Carried forward
2,153 70
61 60
4 00
1 50
2,220 70
66,668 09
2 20
36 60
22 00
60 83
3 20
22 00
15 75
29 40
34 25
50 00
500 00
368 40
2 75
53 00
166 84
2 50
1 50
4 26
1,303 93
28 00
20 00
14 50
380 05
66 50
23 00
99 25
6 00
9 00
6 60
7 00
1,162 50
180 00
300 00
100 00
2 50
140 00
107 50
62 60
110 00
62 60
200 00
200 00
200 00
200 00
120 00
150 00
7 60
2 50
2 50
135 00
200 00
3 00
110 00
50 00
0 95
7 25
2 75
128 81
18 90
100 00
50 00
90 00
4 00
5 00
7,503 86
74,171 95 3 Geo. 5       Public Accounts, 1st April, 1911, to 31st March, 1912.
C 53
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$   cts.
Turner Beaton & Co	
J H Griffiths	
Baxter Johnson Co	
McTavish Bros	
Victoria Book & Sta Co..
TN Hibben & Co	
Hawkins & Hay ward....
Sweeney Cooperage	
Victoria Gas Co	
Melrose Co	
F W Nolte	
J Gilbert ,	
E G Prior & Co	
Shore Hardware Co	
A H Maynard	
Clark & Pearson	
Woodworkers Ltd	
F Norns & Son	
H Calwell	
J Heaney	
Victoria Transfer Co....
Shaw Bros	
H H King	
Fleming Bros	
Challoner & Mitchell....
T Graham	
Simpson, Marshall, Ham
ilton, Kent Co	
T Tyrer	
H Collinson	
T B Lee	
J E Painter	
Geo Powell & Sons	
Ledeaux Co	
B C Assay & Supply Co.
CRKing&Co	
Western Land Agency...
B C Electric Ry Co	
D H Ross & Co	
L Hafer	
LeRoy Ledgerwood	
J B Arthur	
Pay-list	
F Gosby	
H L Gay	
S North  	
S F Calkins	
R Polly	
A Forsyth ..  	
St Mungo Packing Co...
Pacific Fisherman	
J Dunlop	
B C Canning Co	
T S Annandale	
C A Phair	
Pacific Marine Brokerage
D N Mclntyre	
C P Hickman	
TG Wynn	
F Owens	
W G Duguid 	
P Oldham	
O Lee	
R T Stephenson	
R Winkley	
T B Shoebottam	
P S Santini	
Wade. Wheeler, McQuar-
rie & Co	
W Riley	
O Swart	
A Swart	
Brouoht forward	
V.-P1JBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).-Com«f»»«e«?.
Vote No. 25.—Bureau of Mines (Maintenance).—Concluded.
Ore sacks, etc	
Attending furnace...
Duty and brokerage .
do
Sundry books	
do       	
Safety-lamps	
Barrels	
Gas .
Brushes, etc	
Repairing-tape	
Transcript re Kesench and Wellington Colliery Co..
Hardware     	
Hose 	
Photo supplies	
Cans, etc	
Show-cases	
Instrument-cases	
Cartage, etc	
do 	
do 	
Photo supplies	
do 	
do 	
Evaporating pan	
Travelling expenses	
Subscription	
do 	
Assisting Assayer special work..
Expenses as examiner. Trail	
Wood   	
Pans, etc	
Analysis of ore dykes at Nelson
Burners, etc	
Storage on cases	
Lamps	
Installing power, etc	
Oil  	
Repairing pump	
Vote No. 26.—Fisheries.
Superintendent    expenses, $52; 12 months @ $125
Foreman      12 n 90
Labourers .
Overseer  expenses, $482.40 ;
  ,i           1.50;
  i,        223.80;
  ,,        114.00;
  ,,          31.00;
  ii          124.50:
do
do
do
do     	
do     	
Fish, etc   	
Map	
Groceries, hardware, etc....
Provisions, canoe-hire, etc..
do ii
do ii
Charter of power-boat	
Travelling expenses	
do 	
do 	
do 	
5i months @ $90
1 ii 21 d. 75
6 ii 100
3 „ 75
3 „ 15 d.  75
4 .. 15 d. 80
Lumber.
do     	
Compensation for net destroyed
Blacksmithing	
Watchman, Quesnel Dam  40 days @ $2.50
Council re Fisheries Act, Rex v. Gagancelayer	
Hay	
Legal services, Rex v. Cain et al.
Horse-hire	
do     	
Oats	
2,220 70
36 46
10 00
17 90
10 00
69 10
6 50
13 45
3 00
135 45
2 26
1 25
7 00
86 97
13 90
57 70
6 00
84 40
11 26
64 00
13 67
2 00
4 35
12 00
59 51
10 00
7 00
5 15
6 15
100 00
25 00
4 00
1 40
10 00
57 10
6 00
35 20
29 05
1 75
24 75
1,552 00
1,080 00
4,980 48
962 40
129 00
823 80
339 00
293 50
484 50
26 45
1 75
998 38
198 10
87 46
120 00
3,672 50
746 35
282 75
114 80
1 50
193 14
150 00
30 00
20 25
100 00
10 00
119 37
20 00
13 50
32 00
67 60
Carried forward.
3,261 25
17,650 57
20,911 82 C 54
Public Accounts, 1st April, 1911, to 31st March, 1912.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$   ets.
C A Welsh	
FraserValley Meat Mark't
A Swencisky	
Fraser River Fish Co.
City Market	
C Fong	
R Pybus	
J M Kennedy	
Vancouver-PrinceRupert
Meat Co	
S F Douglas	
TH Grant	
Gilley Bros	
J Mayers	
New Westminster Gas Co
Corp of New'Westminster
T J Trapp&Co	
C A Welsh	
Cunningham Hdw Co
City of New Westminster
T A Muir & Co	
W L Wood	
Brown & Beaton	
C A Welsh 	
T Freeman	
BO   Assay   &   Chemical
Supply Co	
BC Leather Co	
Mark Fisher Sons & Co..
J E Brown & Co	
Acme Clothing Co	
Vancouv'r Cloth'g Mfg Co
W E Sinclair	
T H Smith	
Deslisle, Ltd	
Can Con Rubber Co..
Baird-Tablock, Ltd	
Cope & Sons	
Bogardus, Wickins, Begg
Ltd	
Singer Sewing Mach Co..
Chandler & Fisher, Ltd .
Vancouver   Scale   &   B
Supply Co..
Burroughs Adding Mach
Co	
Central Prison Industries
Dominion Trust Co	
Gaskill Odium Co	
The Fair	
F Davis	
WRRothbandft Co..
Birk & Sons	
Westminster Wood
Workers Co	
Brought forward	
V.-PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAHSTENANCE).-Co»M»i«cd.
Vote No. 27.—Hospital for the Insane (Maintenance).
Provisions.
(New Westminster and Coquitlam.)
Groceries   	
Meat	
Milk	
Fish, etc	
Potatoes 	
do      	
do	
do       	
Meat	
Vegetables	
Buns   	
Fuel and Light.
Total, $33,331.82
Coal	
do 	
Gas	
Electric light	
Oil	
Candles, matches,
Tapers	
Total, $12,379.85
Medicines.
Medicine	
Tablets	
Vaccine-tubes .
Oil	
Stimulants
Drugs.
Clothing.
Total, $1,211.10
Leather, etc.
Clothh
hlng .
do
do     	
do     	
Shoes, laces, etc. .
Cloth, lining, etc..
Yarn, etc	
Gloves, etc	
Furniture.
Total, $5,635.82
Incubator, etc	
Electric irons	
Mirrors	
Machines, etc	
Food, carriage, etc	
Refrigerator	
Adding-machine.  	
Beds	
Reading-lamp	
Photos	
Dishes   	
Sundry furniture	
Sheeting (waterproof)	
Clock	
Couches,  etc       	
Carried forward
19,447 59
10,213 91
86 10
1,284 75
32 20
120 00
28 75
11 00
1,978 77
122 50
112 00
9,886 11
899 80
1,402 94
24 75
62 75
1 50
944 65
92 10
32 20
18 25
121 25
2 65
424 75
2,278 56
2,167 ""
22 50
160 00
111 15
387 43
85
7 50
141 25
54 00
11 90
147 15
222 21
141 12
994 00
8 60
5 00
150 10
1,300 81
78 00
7 50
298 85
192 47    20,911 82 3 Geo. 5       Public Accounts, 1st April, 1911, to 31st March, 1912. C 55
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$   cts.
C Jones	
Davis & Wilkinson...
AG Brown Co	
L A Malfet	
Office Specialty Co...
Lees (Limited)	
Cunningham Hdw Co
TH Smith & Co	
C A Welsh	
TJ Trappy Co	
Denny &. Ross	
Medico Legal Journal...
Medical   Review of   Re
views	
Journal of Nervous and
M Diseases    .
-John Hopkins Press..
Daily News Publishing Co
World	
Colonist P & P Co....
News-Advertiser	
Surgery Pub Co	
Lee & Fibiger	
J F Hartz Co	
H Morey & Co	
J A Teporten & Co...
Redman & Co   	
-J P Lippencott Co ..
EG Allen & Son	
R G Badger	
D J McDonald	
Union Transfer Co...
A F McTavish	
Bell Ingle Co	
F A Lee    	
J A Tupper	
■Geo Barton Livery Co...
Pony Express	
H B Babbington	
C G Wheeler	
Mulvaney & Burns ..
R McDonald	
.S Flannigan	
W L Fernie	
F Islip	
C A Cox	
Deputy M of Interior.
CPRyCo	
•G T Pac S S Co	
Union SS Co	
-J McConnell	
M P Patterson 	
J McClintock	
H A Kington	
H E Moore	
E Gammon	
H Hunter	
A T Harvey	
A H Gravenor   	
J Vicars 	
H D McLeod	
A Fraser	
A Lucas	
Mrs Clapham	
A R Price	
CS Campbell	
WKier	
L B Simeon	
■G Farrant	
Brought forward 	
V.-PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).-Com«i»need!.
Vote. No. 27.—Hospital for the Insane (Maintenance).—Continued.
Furniture. —Concluded.
Billiard outfit, complete	
Sundry furniture	
Milk-cooler	
Glass case  	
Furniture   	
do 	
do        	
Sheeting and towelling	
Brooms and brushes	
Range, cooking-utensils, etc.
Furniture   	
Library.
Total, $11,174.25
Books.
Subscription
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Books 	
do     	
do    magazines, etc.
do     	
do     	
do     	
do     	
do     	
Transport.
Total, $407.40
Hack-hire, etc	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Launch-hire   	
Fares of patients and escorts
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Carried forward.
58,192 47
406 00
780 65
40 00
17 00
188 75
970 10
89 30
3,275 37
212 20
1,394 39
20 00
6 00
6 75
6 00
10 60
13 60
9 00
10 00
10 00
3 00
5 00
1 60
53 29
92
25 00
10 00
227 26
10 58
5 00
10 50
6 00
10 00
2 00
15 00
4 00
5 00
15 00
87 65
150 00
18 25
29 50
74 40
14 55
31 00
57 57
30 50
51 00'
32 00
10 00
29 45
82 10
198 00
7 00
11 40
90 30
86 85
13 20
90 55
238 20
38 50
1 00
27 50
39 75
19 50
10 10
55 80
50 00
67,740 25
20,911 82 C 56
Public Accounts, 1st April, 1911, to 31st March, 1912.
W Owen	
W Hoffman....
G Sanfield	
GMcGrath....
C C Taylor	
A Noble	
C M Parker	
H V Harris....
Rogers & Black
SE Miller	
W Godson	
Union SS Co..
A Forsyth 	
H L Burris, M D
J D McLean, m
W H Dickson, n
S Traynor, n
J P Cade, ii
R J Hawkey, .1
D Corsan, n
H Anderson, it
J A Gillespie, n
W F Drysdale, h
E W Connolly,
C T Hilton, „
O G Ingham, n
Archibald & Burris, n
S Clarke, n
A J Stuart, u
Jones&McQuarrie, n
Walker & Kenny, n
D McCaflery,    ' „
N M McNeill, „
J H M Bell, ii
T B Green, .,
G H Manchester, n
J K Simpson, n
J O Reddie, „
L J O'Brien, ,,
S Bonnell, ..
R J Gordon, ,i
C M Kingston, n
W Bapty, ii
B Asselstine, h
J N Taylor, ■,
R W Large, n
King &, Green, h
P H Power, „
W Truax, ..
H P Millard,
G K McNaughton,  .1
H A Whillans, 1,
R B White, ,1
A C Pearce, h
L E Borden, n
T F Saunders, ,1
G E Richards, 1,
A H Huycke, n
G E Duncan, ,1
E H S McLean, „
Sutherland & Hamilton.
M D.
T McPherson,
W D Keith,
J Nelson,
A McQuarrie,
R E Walker,
Geo Hall,
M Raynor,
R W Clark	
W R Carmichael.
C M Snowden ...
P Thompson	
MD
Brought forward ,.  .
V.-PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).-C<m*im«ed.
Vote No. 27. —Hospital for the Insane  (Maintenance).—Continued.
Transport.—Concluded.
Fares of patients and escorts 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do
do 	
do 	
do 	
Miscellaneous.
Total, $2,428.12
Examining sundry persons as to sanity
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Attendance on patients.
do
do
do
Carried forward.
61 30
50 25
226 36
15 55
47 05
33 60
26 90
37 15
48 00
12 00
54 66
61 00
16 00
6 00
15 00
15 00
33 00
92 00
20 00
41 00
39 00
5 00
15 00
6 00
5 00
5 00
30 00
40 00
5 00
40 00
50 00
10 00
62 00
32 00
10 00
10 00
89 00
25 00
6 00
6 00
5 00
10 00
20 00
20 00
20 00
5 00
33 00
5 00
5 00
16 00
5 00
6 00
20 10
5 00
5 00
6 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
15 00
30 00
6 00
25 00
14 00
15 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
17 50
42 50
27 60
5 00
1,531 65
20,911 82. 3 Geo. 5      Public Accounts, 1st April, 1911, to 31st March, 1912.
C 57
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$   cts.
F Simpson	
E Clapham	
H Anderson    	
M Bunt    ...
C Harrison	
Sundry persons	
L Vallet	
F Panvini  .
HH Mcintosh, MD..
Holmes, Hocking & Mc-
Swain, M D..
Walker & Kenny n ..
Royal Columbian Hosp'l
Prince Rupert Hospital..
W A Gllley	
J BClow& Sons	
W T Cooksley	
Gilley Bros	
Bayfield & Archibald.,...
A T Woodward	
S J Davison.	
E Rushton     	
T Freeman	
F W Watson	
Canadian Western Lbr Co
Brunette Saw Mill Co.
H S Logan	
J Turner	
J T Fife	
G L Waters	
Geo Sharpe....  	
Ness & Sons	
Dominion Express Co.
E Sabourin	
F W Watson	
T Ovens    	
Central Livery   &  Feed
Stables	
Westminster Garage .
West End Garage Co.
Cunningham Hdw Co
Coquitlam Hardware Co
T J Trapp & Co	
J J Mahoney	
J P McMurphy	
EG Prior & Co	
Applegate Chemical Co.
A J Gans	
Albion Stove Works	
T J Armstrong	
Asbestos Mfg Co	
Agricultural   Journal  of
BO	
American   Medico   Phy
Assoc'n	
B C Assay & Chemical Co
BC Leather Co	
Belyea & Co	
Brunswick   Balk Callen-
der Co	
Brandon Fire Engine Co
Binner Wells Co	
Broughton & McNeill...
A G Brown-Jamison Co..
BC Stevens Co	
Bayfield & Archibald....
Bloodsall, Ltd 	
Bell Ingle Co	
Baird& Tatlock	
B C Barbers' Supply Co,.
HBurr	
N Bytelaar	
Spokane Grain Co	
Brackman & Ker Mill'gCo
H S Logan	
Columbian Co   	
Brought forward	
V.-PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).-CoM*iw«erf.
Vote  No. 27-— Hospital for the Insane (Maintenance). —Continued.
Miscellaneous.—Continued.
Attendance on patients.
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Professional service ....
do
do
Care and maintenance, F. P. Hughes,
do insane man. ..
Towing scows	
Thermometer, etc    ...
Photos of horses at showrs	
Drain-tile, cement, etc	
Pump-valves	
Grass-seed	
Harness repairs, etc	
Auto do       	
Automobile	
Repairs to wagon     	
Lumber	
do       	
Cattle	
do    (4)	
Horse	
Clydesdale mares (3)   .
Horse	
Stallion	
Expressage on horses, etc	
Clearing land .  	
Blacksmithing-	
do 	
Auto-hire	
do        and repairs  	
do TI 	
Hardware	
do 	
do 	
Plumbing repairs, installing hot water, etc.
do 	
Mowers, etc	
Ink   	
do     	
Repairs to range	
Disinfectant    	
Fire-doors..	
Photos, etc .
Annual dues	
Hose connections, etc	
Harness	
Team-hire, expressage, ete .
He-covering billiard-table ..
Fire-extinguishers	
Half-tones	
Clothing	
Ventilators, churns, etc .
Artificial eyes	
Asbestos gaskets	
Bloodsall	
Hack-hire   	
Microtone	
Hair-clippers, etc	
Traction-engine	
Nurseryman      2   months @ $100
Hay, oats, etc	
do 	
do 	
Advertising coal tenders, etc	
Carried forward.
69,531 65
20,911 82
18 00
17 50
21 00
5 95
34 05
51 75
17 60
10 60
10 00
19 50
20 00
15 00
50 26
56 60
11 50
47 00
397 23
9 33
468 00
40 55
62 00
2,281 00
12 75
14 31
425 30
2,500 00
400 00
150 00
2,300 00
275 00
3,000 00
490 00
15,310 68
25 35
125 00
95 60
348 35
15 30
961 51
35 65
3,882 3s
2,380 27
1,241 82
146 37
16 00
8 00
59 80
344 60
330 00
111 70
5 00
7 45
146 92
701 30
34 90
44 00
47 60
6 26
1,927 56
6 03
11 SO
10 50
12 00
61 15
55 20
1,600 00
200 00
769 28
8,917 90
1,228 10
48 30
124,042 12
20,911 82 C 58
Public Accounts, 1st April, 1911, to 31st March, 1912.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
■Canada Cycle & Motor Co
Creelman Bros ....
■Can Con Rubber Co	
F J Coulthard	
ABCail	
F Crake	
Canad'n Fairbanks Morse
Co	
Canadian Stamp Co	
J Coughlan & Son	
W T Cooksley	
Can West Lbr Co	
■City Market	
■C Chesney	
Gudahy Packing Co	
Chandler & Fisher Co...
Cole Bros	
O Turek    	
C C Capps	
J M Gardhouse.	
Canada General Elect Co
E Clapham	
CPRy Co	
Champion Shoe MfgCo..
■G Cunningham & Son...
S J Davison	
A F Griffiths	
Dominion Express Co...
Dominion Illustrating Co
Duntlev Store 	
PA DeVay & Co	
P Dewson	
Davis & Sons	
WE Fales	
D Murchie & Sons	
G Francis	
€ Fletcher	
G N W Tel Co   	
J Gibbons	
R Graham	
W H Gunn	
NGething	
J B Gray	
R Graham	
Gaskill Odium	
H Morav & Co	
G H Hewitt & Co	
W Watson	
C M Henderson	
T Moffatt	
JF Hartz Co	
J Hudson	
J J Hill	
Hill & Burnett	
Hinton Electric Co	
R Heffler	
A Hall	
C F Hood & Co	
Jones & Rant	
International Lime Co .
W R Janes	
Ign Vander Bom	
H S Logan 	
do 	
do 	
do        	
do 	
J C Lee	
H A Killen	
H T Kirk	
Milne Produce Co	
J STait & Co	
Medical Superintendent
T A Muir & Co	
F L Kerr	
H D Mackness	
Brought forward	
V.-PUBLIC   INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).-C<mMm<e<«.
Vote No. 27.—Hospital for the Insane   (Maintenance).—Continued
Miscellaneous.—Continued.
Generator 	
Ribbing-machine
Rubber goods
Seed-oats	
Ear-tags, etc	
Clock repairs	
Scales  	
Buttons	
Brick	
Photos, laying cornerstone	
Lumber	
Seed-potatoes	
Electric light repairs	
Dutch cleanser	
Surgical supplies       	
Sacking grain	
Stallion        	
do 	
do 	
Rent of pump	
Expenses, self and patient	
Freight on sundries...  	
Instructing re new machine ....   	
Rubber tires, etc    	
Harness.	
do      	
Express and insurance on car of horses.
Half-tones    	
Hose	
Expressage   ...
Team-hire	
Rose bushes	
Burial of sundry patients	
do n 	
Draughtsman	
Book-keeper	
Telegrams	
Locks, keys, etc	
Engineer at pump-house	
Milk-bottles	
Valuating property	
Repairing clocks	
Launch-hire  	
Stationery         	
do       	
Rubber stamps     .   	
Professional services	
do              and horse-slings...
do
Surgical instruments	
Examining flood-gates	
Surveying	
Inspecting wiring, etc	
Testing cattle    .
Fares    	
Milk-fever outfit	
Materia] and labour erecting wire fence...
Fertilizer	
Repairs to launch	
Nursery stock    	
Commission..        	
Sundry expenses	
Wire fence	
Wages as head cattleman	
Thoroughbred cattle	
Architect	
Mounting shields	
Coal-scuttle, etc	
Soda   	
do	
(Paid) Freight fares and sundry expenses .
Toilet requisites	
Concerts	
do      	
Carried forward.
13 95
115 05
376 25
35 00
10 60
1 50
685 47
9 37
28 80
89 00
10 00
51 40
6 40
36 00
88 08
100 00
300 00
250 00
3,642 68
37 50
51 10
695 10
31 00
33 60
62 45
200 00
1,960 50
18 30
5 50
4 00
117 00
24 00
355 00
102 00
117 50
100 00
33 73
120 39
225 00
8 35
102 60
8 66
80 00
8 25
5 45
3 40
55 60
61 50
49 00
57 32
26 90
5 00
52 70
9 60
192 00
33 00
3 00
3,041 17
455 60
2 26
3,750 00
717 50
101 45
304 15
289 01
5,000 00
258 40
410 00
■ 4 20
21 84
17 50
3.126 75
414 30
76 00
299 00
20,911 82
153,037 38 20,911 82 3 Geo. 5     Public Accounts, 1st April, 1911, to 31st March, 1912.
C 59'
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
S Marshall	
F Marshall	
T Mobray	
Motor Transfer Co 	
J J Mitchell	
Monarch T & T Co ....
D Montgomery	
A Malins 	
J McGaan	
McColl Bros & Co	
McQuarrie, McQuarfe Co
J O McArthur   	
W McKay 	
McClugan & James	
McQuarrie Fl'r& Feed Co
Daniel McQuarrie Estate
A J Ness	
H P Nelson.	
Nat Drug & Chem Co..
CH Orme	
Pearson Electric Co	
J Peart	
S H Thompson	
Pay-list   	
H F Page	
H W Petrie, Ltd	
A S Perry	
Pay-list	
Royal Crown Soap Co..
W Rennie & Co	
W Routley	
C E Rostrough	
B S Rose	
Roberts Electric Co	
Shaake Machine Works.
Storey & Campbell	
A Sevencisky	
J L Schwenk	
Smith & Leacey	
D Spencer Co.  	
GRSpeek	
M Stewart 	
Smith, Davids'n & Wright
Steamer Transfer....
W J Smith	
Timmons Bros	
W H Tassell	
J Thompson	
Troy Laundry Mach'y Co
Vulcan Iron Works ..
Vancouv'r Daily Province
Victoria Traiusfer Co...
Vincent & Mclnnis	
H P Vidal&Co	
Webster Hanna.	
Westminster Brewery Co
West'n Laund & Mach Co
C A Welsh	
R Winch & Co	
R Wilson & Sons	
GK Williams	
Webster & Day	
J K Wilson	
Westminster Iron Works
Webb&Gifford...   .
J B Watson.	
A R Williams Mach'y Co
West'r Woodworking Co
Hudson's Bay Co.
T Hunt	
P Burns & Co....
Broucfht forward	
V.-PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS QiAlNTmAmE).-Continued.
Vote No. 27.—Hospital for  the Insane (Maintenance).— Continued.
Miscellaneous.— Concluded.
(Paid) Express on patient's effects .
Expenses, agricultural shows.   ..
Electrical sundries	
Freight and cartage	
Coat-patterns	
To iving scows	
Saddle	
Gramophone	
Meals for patient.	
Oil, etc	
Rent of pasture land	
Report on blocks 30 and 47	
Hauling rubbish	
Milk-cans	
Bran, etc	
Three months' superannuation	
Expressage on horse	
Hauling hay.   	
Chloride lime	
Medicine	
Batteries	
Team-hire	
do 	
Cattlemen	
Mangles.	
Emery-stand	
Moving stock	
do 	
Washing-powder    ...
Seeds 	
Windows...   	
Engineer, threshing grain    	
Incandescent lamps	
Electrical supplies       	
Castings, etc	
Farm-wagons, etc	
Manure-spreader	
Photo supplies	
Dental work	
Coronation decorations	
Batte