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 3 Geo. 5
Estimates (1913-14).
E 1
ESTIMATE OF REVENUE AND RECEIPTS
OF   THE   PROVINCE   OP
BRITISH    COLUMBIA,
FOR   THE
Fiscal Year ending 31st March,  1914.
Heads of Receipt.
Dominion of Canada :—
Annual payment of Interest @ 5 per cent $    29,151 06
Do. Subsidy to Government and Legislature       180,000 00
Do. Grant per capita on 392,480     313,984 00
Do. for lands conveyed      100,000 00
Do. "B. N. A. Act, 1907"     100,000 00
Land Sales	
Land Revenue	
Survey Fees	
Water Revenue, Rentals	
Water Revenue, Records	
Rents (exclusive of Land)	
Timber Leases	
Timber Licences	
Timber Royalties	
Free Miners' Certificates	
Mining Receipts, General	
Licences, Trade and Liquor	
Licences, Game	
Fines and Fees of Court	
Probate Fees 	
Succession Duty	
Law Stamps	
Sale of Government Property  	
Registry Fees	
Marriage Licences	
Real Property Tax ,	
Personal Property Tax	
Land Taxes—Wild Land, Coal and Timber Lands	
Income Tax      	
" Dyking Assessment Act, 1905 " (Interest on fixed capital)    	
Mineral Tax	
Tax on unworked Crown-granted Mineral Claims        	
Tax Sale Deeds	
Revenue Service Refunds	
Printing Office	
Bureau of Mines	
Mental Hospital 	
Provincial Home   	
Coal and Coke Tax	
Traffic Tolls, New Westminster Bridge	
Reimbursements for Keep of Prisoners	
Interest on Investment of Sinking Funds   	
Interest, Miscellaneous	
Chinese Restriction Act (Act 1884, Dominion Statutes)	
Fishery and Cannery Licences	
Log scaling Fees	
Boiler Inspection and Examination Fees	
Fees under "Joint Stock Companies Act"	
Licences. Taxes, and Fees under "Fire Insurance Act"	
Fees under " Motor-traffic Regulation Act"	
Miscellaneous Receipts	
Total	
Amount.
$  723,135 06
2,000.
350.
20.
60.
40,
80.
1,800.
500.
80.
110.
80.
9,
50.
40.
200.
60.
1.
650.
30.
425.
225.
750.
300.
27.
150.
40;
2.
85.
1.
30.
2.
250.
22.
1
80.
200
500.
33
25.
25
132.
37.
50.
50.
000 00
000 00
000 00
000 00
000 00
200 00
000 00
000 00
000 00
000 00
000 00
000 00
000 00
000 00
000 00
000 00
000 00
000 00
000 00
000 00
000 00
000 00
000 00
000 00
250 00
000 00
000 00
500 00
000 00
000 00
000 00
000 00
000 00
000 00
000 00
000 00
000 00
,000 00
000 00
000 00
000 00
000 00
000 00
000 00
000 00
000 00
$10,326,085 06 E 2
Estimates (1913-14).
1913
ESTIMATE   OF   EXPENDITURE.
SUMMARY
Estimated Expenditure for the Fiscal Year ending 31st March, 1914.
N
A
I.
B
II.
C
III.
D
IV.
E
V.
F
VI.
G
VII.
H
VIII.
J
IX.
L
XL
M
XII.
XIII.
Service.
Public Debt	
Civil Government (Salaries)	
Administration of Justice (Salaries)  	
Legislation	
Public Institutions (Maintenance) 	
Hospitals and Charities	
Administration of Justice (other than Salaries)  	
Education   	
Transport 	
Revenue Services	
Public Works—
Works and Buildings , $3,445,000 00
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves    5,961,500 00
Subsidies to Steamboats, Ferries, and Bridges        126,100 00
Contingencies        150,000 00
Miscellaneous	
Total	
Amount.
$ 539,944 11
1,412,726 00
58,158 00
91,020 00
496,020 00
704,100 00
378,900 00
1,175,388 00
163,000 00
50,000 00
9,682,600 00
3,086,410 00
17,838,266 11 3 Geo. 5
Estimates (1913-14).
E 3
Estimates of Expenditure
OF   THE   PROVINCE   OP
BRITISH   COLUMBIA,
FOR  THE
Fiscal Year ending Slst March, 1914-
I._PUBLIC   DEBT.
To be Voted per Statement (A)
944.11
No. of
Vote.
A
Estimated for
Service ending
31st Mar., 1914.
Total.
1
   .«
330,587 53
196,696 58
3,000 00
5,660 00
4,000 00
o
3
4
5
$539,944 11
SERVICE.
To be now
Voted.
Total.
I.—PUBLIC DEBT.
Details.
Vote No. 1.—Interest.
"Loan Act,  1887."—12 months' Interest, @ 4J per cent,  on Debentures of
£78,600, payable in London, England, 30th June and 31st December, 1913
-£3,537	
$17,154 45
297,658 08
200 00
15,575 00
"Loan Acts,  1891, 1893, 1895, 1899 and 1902."—12 months'Interest @ 3 per
cent, on the amount of Inscribed  Stock,  viz.,   £2,045,760,   payable in
London, England, 30th June and 31st December, 1913-£61,372 16*    ,   .
"Loan Act, 1903."—12 months' Interest®5 percent, on $4,000, payable in
Dyking Debentures :—12 months' interest on $445,000 @ 3^ per cent., payable
in Victoria, 1st July, 1913, and 1st January,  1914	
$330,587 53
Vote No. 2.—Sinking Fund.
" Loan Act, 1887."—2| per cent, per annum on £78,600, payable in London,
England, 30th June and 31st December, 1913 —£1,768 10.s	
8,577 22
99,219 36
80,000 00
8,900 00
"Loan  Acts, 1891, 1893, 1895,  1899 and 1902"—1  per cent, per annum on
Inscribed  Stock,  £2,045,760, payable in London, England,  30th June
and 31st December, 1913-£20,457 12s    	
Dyking Debentures :—
Acts,   1897  and 1898-99—2 per cent,   annually  on   $445,000  payable in
196,696 58
$527,284 11 E 4
Estimates (1913-14).
1913
I.—PUBLIO DEBT.—Concluded.
SERVICE.
Brought forward	
Vote No. 3.— Premium and Exchange.
On Drafts for Interest and Sinking F^und remittances (approximate)	
Vote No. 4.—Discount and Commission.
1 per cent. Commission for payment of Interest on Loan of 1887 (approximate).
£ per cent. Commission to Loan Trustees on sums annually invested (approximate)
Annual Commission for inscribing and paying Interest on Inscribed Stock, £800
Brokerage in London on Sinking Fund Investments (approximate)	
Vote No. 5.—Redemption of Debentures.
"Loan Act, 1903."—Redemption of Debentures, payable at Victoria, 1st March.
1914	
To be now
Voted.
$3,000 00
180 00
1,500 00
3,880 00
100 00
4,000 00
Total.
1527,284 11
3,000 00
5,660 00
4,000 00
$539,944 11 3 Geo. 5
Estimates (1913-14).
E 5
II._CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).
Tobe Voted per Statement (B) $1,412,726.00
No. of
Vote.
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
B
Lieutenant-Governor's Office	
Premier's Office	
Provincial Secretary's Department ....
Department of Mines	
Department of Finance and Agriculture
Department of Lands	
Department of Public Works	
Department of Railways	
Attorney-General's Department	
Government Agencies	
Estimated for
Service ending
31st Mar., 1914.
$   2,100 00
7,332 00
207,032 00
40,448 00
121,474 00
273,396 00
101,940 00
6,760 00
448,672 00
203,572 00
Total.
$1,412,726 00
SERVICE.
II.—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).
Vote No. 6.—Lieutenant Governor's Office.
Private Secretary 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914,
Vote No. 7.—Premier's Office.
Annual allowance to Premier 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914 .
Secretary to Premier 12        ,, ,,
Clerk and Stenographer 12        „ ,,
Junior Clerk 12        „ , ,,
Vote No. 8.—Provincial Secretary's Department.
Provincial Secretary 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914,
Deputy Provincial Secretary 12
Sanitary Inspector 12
Assistant       do      12
Do. do    Prince Rupert 12
Chief Clerk 12
Clerk   12
Postal Clerk 12
Clerk  12
Do 12
Junior Clerk     12
Do 12
Stenographer     12
$175 00
$200 00
101 00
60 00
00
270 00
200 00
150 00
105 00
166 00
100 00
111 00
96 00
75 00
55 00
35 00
60 00
Provincial Board of Health.
Total, $23,076
Secretary 12 months to 31st Mar., 1914, @ $341 66
Bacteriologist and Epidemiologist.... 12 ,, ,, 200 00
Laboratory Assistant 12 ,, ,, 100 00
Dep. Registrar Births, Deaths, & Mar. 12 ,, „ 106 00
Two Clerks 12 „ „ each    90 00
Clerk 12 „ „ 81 00
Nurse 12 „ „ 80 00
Junior Clerk 12 „ „ 60 00
Stenographer  12 ,, „ 60 00
Provincial Museum.
Total, $14,504
Director 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914, @ $174 33
Assistant Director 12        „ „ 124 00
Assistant Taxidermist 12        „ ,, 103 00
Stenographer 12        „ „ 60 00
Attendant 12       „ „ 70 00
Janitor 12        „ „ 80 00
Total, $7,336
Carried forward.
To be now
Voted.
$ 2,100
3,000
2,400
1,212
720
6,000
3,240
2,400
1,800
1,260
1,992
1,200
1,332
1,152
900
660
420
720
4,100
2,400
1,200
1,272
2,160
972
960
720
729
2,092
1,488
1,236
720
840
960
$44,916
Total.
,100 00
7,332 00
,432 00 E 6
Estimates (1913-14).
1913
II.—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Continued.
SERVICE.
To be now
Voted.
Total.
Brought foi
inoial Secretary's E
$44,916
$9,432 00
Vote No. 8.—Prov
epartment.—Continued.
Provinical Home, Kamloops.
to 31st
Mar., 1914, @ $90 00
1,080
 12       „
55 00
660
 12       „
65 00
780
Cook	
 12
65 00
780
 12       „
70 00
840
Assistant Fireman	
 12
55 00
660
 12
Printing Office.
60 00
Total, $5,520
720
King's Printer & Cont'r of
Stationery. 12 months,
to 31st March, 1914, @$208 33
2,500
Chief Clerk	
 12
150 00
1,800
Clerk	
 12
115 00
1,380
Stenographer 	
 12
80 00
960
Proof-reader	
 12
125 00
1,500
Clerk	
 12
121 00
1,452
 12
63 00
756
Do	
 12
49 00
588
Store-keeper 	
 12
116 00
1,392
Mail Clerk	
 12
101 00
1,212
Packer 	
 12
75 00
900
155 00
1,860
Chief Linotype Operator  .
 12
130 00
1,560
Four Linotype Operators.
..■ 12
each 120 00
5,760
Machinist	
 12
130 00
1,560
 12
120 00
1,440
 12
120 00
1,440
.   12
each  117 00
2,808
 12       „
,,              „      112 00
75 00
8,064
900
 12
Foreman of Press-room. ..
 12
155 00
1,860
 12
each 115 00
2,760
 12
„     110 00
3,960
 12
85 00
1,020
Do	
 12
70 00
840
Folder and Stitcher	
 12
50 00
600
Do.
 12
50 00
Total, $51,472
600
Book-binding Branch.
Foreman of Bindery	
 12 months,
to 31stMarch, 1914, @ $155 00
1,860
 12       „
110 00
1,320
 12       „
107 00
1,284
 12       „
each 100 00
6,000
 12       „
100 00
1,200
 12
70 00
840
Do	
 12
55 00
660
Forewoman	
 12
70 00
840
 12       „
65 00
780
 12
50 00
600
Do.             	
 12       „
50 00
600
Do.             	
   12
50 00
600
Do.             	
 12       „
50 00
600
Do.             	
 12       „
45 00
540
Do.             	
 12
40 00
480
Total, $18,204
$120,112
$9,432 00 3 Geo. 5
Estimates (1913-14).
E 7
II.—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Continued.
SERVICE.
Brouqht forward	
Vote No. 8.—Provincial Secretary's Department.—Concluded.
Mental Hospitals.
New Westminster.
1st Assistant Medical Superintendent. 12 months, to31st March, 1914, @ $190 00
2nd do. do. .12       ,, ,, 150 00
Bursar 12        „ „ 110 00
Assistant Bursar  12        ,, ,, 90 00
Junior Clerk 12        ,, ,, 75 00
Essondale.
Total, $7,380
Medical Superintendent 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914, @ $250 00
Bursar    12        ,, „ 169 00
Assistant Bursar 12        ,, ,, 124 00
Total, $6,516
Education Department.
Education Office.
Superintendent of Education  12 months, to 31st March, 1914, @ $308 33
Assistant to Superintendent and Supervisor of Technical Education .... 12 ,, ,, 250 00
Secretary 12 „ „ 184 33
Clerk 12 „ „ 90 00
Stenographer 12 „ „ 80 00
Four Stenographers 12 ,, ,, each    60 00
Free Text-book Branch.
Officer in Charge   12 months, to Slst March, 1914, @ $220 00
Assistant     do 12       „ ,, 96 00
Stenographer  12        „ ,, 60 00
Inspection of Schools.
Inspector of High Schools 12 months, to 31st March, 1914,
Inspector of Schools 12
Two Inspectors of Schools    .... 12
Inspector of Schools 12
Do.  12
Three Inspectors of Schools 12
Five do.    12
Inspec'r of Manual Training Schools.. 12
$215 00
211 66
each 206 66
201 66
193 33
each 185 00
„  175 00
196 66
Botanical Office,   Vancouvtr.
Botanist 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914, @ $150 00
Stenographer      12        „ ,, 60 00
Provincial Normal School.
Principal 12 months, to 31st March, 1914, @ $240 00
Assistant Master 12       ,, „ 233 33
Do.              12       „ „ 223 33
Do.              12       „ „ 210 00
Drawing Master 12       ,, „ 193 33
Assistant Mistress   12       „ ,, 140 00
Domestic Science Instructor 12       ,, „ 100 00
Engineer and Janitor 12        ,, „ 80 00
Assistant Janitor 12       „ „ 65 00
Carried forward .
Total, $73,024
To be now
Voted.
$120,112
2,280
1,800
1,320
1,080
900
3,000
2,028
1,488
3,700
3,000
2,212
1,080
960
2,880
2,640
1,152
720
2,580
2,540
4,960
2,420
2,320
6,660
10,500
2,360
1,800
720
2,880
2,800
2,680
2,520
2,320
1,680
1,200
960
780
Total.
3,432 00
207,032 00
$216,464 00 E 8
Estimates (1913-14).
1913
IL—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Continued.
SERVICE.
Brought forward	
Vote No. 9.—Department of Mines.
Minister of Mines 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914, @ $500 00
Deputy Minister of Mines 12 ,, „ 275 00
Mineralogist 12 ,, „ 333 33
Chief Clerk 12 „ ,, 180 00
Clerk 12 „ „ 115 00
Stenographer    12 „ „ 80 00
Assistant Mineralogist and Assayer ..12 ,, ,, 175 00
Assistant Assayer         12 ,, ,, 152 33
Caretaker and Janitor  12 ,, ,, 95 00
Chief Inspector of Metalliferous and
Coal-mines   12 „ ,, 345 00
Two Inspectors of Metalliferous and
Coal-mines 12 „ ,, each 200 00
Three    do.                        do.                    12 ,, ,, ,,    185 00
One       do.                       do.                   12 ,, ,, 165 00
Vote No. 10.—Department of Finance and Agriculture.
Treasury.
Minister of Finance and Agriculture.. 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914, @ $500 00
Deputy Minister of Finance 12        ,, ,, 287 50
Inspector of Trust Companies 12        ,, ,, 200 00
Stenographer to        do.  12        ,, ,, 60 00
Clerk 12       „ ,, 173 33
Do 12       ,, „ 173 33
Do 12       „ „ 140 00
Do 12       ,, „ 10100
Four Clerks 12       ,, ,, each   90 00
Total, $23,942
Department of Insurance.
o        ,  ,     ,    ,   „ f 24 months @ $354 16
Superintendent of Insurance |  g|      ^      %q ^ Mm._ 19W_        m Q0
Stenographer 12        ,, ,, 55 00
Total, $5,108
Auditor-General's Office.
Chief Clerk 12 months, to Slst Mar., 1914, @ $200 00
Clerk 12        „ ,, 145 33
Do 12       „ ,, 12100
Do 12       ,, ,, 120 00
Do   12       ,, ,, 96 00
Do 12       ,,. ,, 90 00
Junior Clerk 12        ,, „ 75 00
Inspector of Offices 12        ,, ,, 275 00
Assistant to Inspector of Offices 12       ,, ,, 154 33
Total, $15,320
Surveyor of Taxes and Inspector of Revenue.
Surveyor and Inspector 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914, @ $260 00
Clerk 12       „ ,, 95 00
Assessor, Vancouver Island     12       ,, ,, 179 33
Do.        Kootenay  12       „ ,, 173 33
Total, $8,492
Assessor's Office, Victoria.
Assessor 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914, @ $172 33
Clerk 12       „ „ 115 00
Do 12       „ „ 90 00
Junior Clerk 12        „ ,, 75 00
Total, $5,428
Carried forivard	
To be now
Voted.
$6,000
3,300
4,000
2,160
1,380
960
2,100
1,828
1,140
4,140
4,800
6,660
1,980
6,000
3,450
2,400
720
2,080
2,080
1,680
1,212
4,320
885 45
3,562 55
660
2,400
1,744
1,452
1,440
1,152
1,080
900
3,300
1,852
3,120
1,140
2,152
2,080
2,068
1,380
1,080
900
$58,290
Total.
$216,464 00
40,448 00
$256,912 00 3 Geo. 5
Estimates (1913-14).
E 9
II._CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Continued.
SERVICE.
Brought forward	
Vote No. 10.—Department of Finance and Agriculture.—Concluded.
Bureau of Information.
Secretary to Bureau 12 months, to 31sc Mar., 1914, @ $173 33
Clerk 12        ,, „ 114 00
Do 12       „ „ 90 00
Stenographer      12        ,, ,, 70 00
Junior Clerk 12        ,, ,, 40 00
Total, $5,848
Agricultural Branch.
Deputy Minister of Agriculture	
Statistician and Secretary	
Live-stock Commissioner	
Provincial Horticulturist	
Five Assistant Horticulturists	
Two       do. do. 	
Chief Instructor in Poultry-raising. . .
Instructor in do.
Inspector of Fruit Pests	
Assistant Inspector of Fruit Pests.. .*.
Do. do	
Market Commissioner    	
Cold Storage &pre-cooling Investigator
Crop and Labour Commissioner	
Inspector of Animals	
Three do 	
Dairy Instructor	
Assistant   do	
Plant Pathologist	
Agriculturist	
Seed and Crop Instructor	
Clerk  	
Do	
Two Clerks	
Junior Clerk	
Clerk, Vancouver	
Stenographer.    	
Two Stenographers	
General Assistant	
12 months,
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
to Slst Mar., 1914,
each
each
each
each
$250 00
143 33
180 00
180 00
128 33
125 00
135 00
110 00
200 00
143 33
124 33
128 33
120 00
120 00
145 00
140 00
135 00
120 00
150 00
125 00
120 00
126 00
100 00
90 00
60 00
86 00
80 00
60 00
85 00
Total, $57,336
Vote No. 11.—Department of Lands.
Lands Branch.
Minister of Lands 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914, @ $500 00
140 00
288 33
160 00
175 00
235 00
116 66
129 00
152 00
150 00
.12       „ „ 128 00
.12       „ „ 127 00
,12       „ „ 121 00
.12       ,, ,, 106 00
.12       „ „ 105 00
.12       ,, ,, 100 00
Clerk to    do.  12
Deputy Minister of Lands 12
Secretary to Department 12
Statistician   12
Supervisor of Inspection Branch 12
Inspector of Pre-emptions 12
Book-keeper 12
Clerk 12
Do 12
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Carried forward.
To be now
Voted.
$58,290
2,080
1,368
1,080
840
480
3,000
1,720
2,160
2,160
7,700
3,000
1,620
1,320
2,400
1,720
1,492
1,540
1,440
1,440
1,740
5,040
1,620
1,440
1,800
1,500
1,440
1,512
1,200
2,160
720
1,032
960
1,440
1,020
6,000
1,680
3,460
1,920
2,100
2.820
1,400
1,548
1,824
1,800
1,536
1,524
1,452
1,272
1,260
1,200
$32,796
Total.
$256,912 00
121,474 00
578,386 00 E 10
Estimates (1913-14).
1913
IL—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Continued.
SERVICE.
To be now
Voted.
Total.
$32,796
$378,386 00
Vote No. 11.—Department of Lands.—Continued.
Lands Branch.—Concluded.
Clerk 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914, @ $ 96 00
1,152
Three Clerks 12        „                        ,
each    90 00
3,240
Clerk 12        ,,                        ,
80 00
960
,                       75 00
900
Do 12
70 00
840
Three Junior Clerks 12        ,,                        ,
,           each   60 00
2,160
70 00
840
Do 12
60 00
720
Total $43,608
Forest Branch.
Office Staff,   Victoria.
Chief Forester 12 months, to 31st Mar.. 1914, (ffi $265 00
3,180
Two Assistant Foresters 12        ,,                        ,
256 66
6,160
,                      225 00
2,700
Do.                  12
216 66
2,600
,               •    150 00
1,800
*
Clerk 12
183 00
2,196
Do 12       ,,                       ,
174 33
2.092
Do 12
161 33
1,936
Do 12       „                       ,
114 00
1,368
Do 12       ,,                       ,
101 00
1,212
Four Clerks 12        ,,                        ,
each    96 00
4,608
Two    do 12
,             „       95 00
2,280
90 00
7,560
,,     110 00
2,640
70 00
840
,            each    60 00
2,880
,                        55 00
660
Messenger 12        ,,                        ,
35 00
420
Office Staff,   Vancouver.
r., 1914, @$200 00
2,400
1,596
Clerk 12
133 00
Do 12
,                     101 00
1,212
Two Clerks 12        ,,                        ,
,            each    96 00
2,304
Stenographer   12        ,,                    .    ,
70 00
840
Do.             12
,                       60 00
720
District and Assistant Foresters, Forest Rangers, and Scalers.
r., 1914, @ $166 66
each 150 00
2,000
5,400
Two               do.                12
„     141 66
3,400
133 33
1,600
,                     116 66
4,200
,           each 133 33
4,800
Two             do.                 12       ,,                      ,
,             „     125 00
3,000
Three            do.                  12
,,     116 66
4,200
Three           do.                 12
„     108 33
3,900
Forest Assistant 12        ,,                        ,
100 00
1,200
132 00
1,584
Four Forest Rangers 12        ,,                        ,
,            each 114 00
5,472
Five           do.             12       ,,                       ,
,,     108 33
6,500
Fifteen       do.              12        „                        ,
„     100 00
18,000
,                     158 33
1,900
$166,968
$378,386 00 3 Geo. 5
Estimates (1913-14).
E 11
II.—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES.)—Continued.
SERVICE.
To be now
voted.
Total.
$166,968
$378,386 00
Vote No.
11.—Department of Lands.-
-Concluded.
Forest Branch.—Concluded.
District and Assistant Foresters, Forest Rangers, and Scalers
.—Concluded.
to 31st Mar.,
1914, @ $148 33
1,780
 12       „
140 00
1,680
 12       „
each
132 00
17,424
Two      do	
 12
110 00
2,640
 12       „
100 00
2,400
Total $149,284
Surveyor-General's Department.
General Staff.
to 31st Mar.
1914,@ $366 66
4,400
 12
250 00
3,000
 12
175 00
2,100
Do.           	
 12
156 33
1,876
Do	
 12
148 00
1,776
Do.           	
 12
134 00
1,608
 12
each
124 00
8,928
 12
119 00
1,428
 12
each
114 00
4,104
Three       do.
   12
105 00
3,780
 12
95 00
3,420
 12
,?
90 00
1,080
Two Draughtsmen....
 12
each
80 00
1,920
Two        do.
 12
60 00
1,440
Clerk ,	
 .....12
123 00
1,476
Do	
 12
105 00
1,260
Two Clerks	
 12
each
100 00
2,400
Clerk	
 12
90 00
1,080
Do	
 12
80 00
960
 12
70 00
840
Do	
 12
60 00
720
Do	
   12
55 00
660
 12
Mapping Staff.
))
55 00
660
to 31st Mar.
1914, @ $200 00
2,400
 12        „
)J
132 33
1,588
Do.           	
 12
,,
130 66
1,568
Do	
 12        „
124 00
1,488
Do	
 12
122 33
1,468
Do	
 12
99 00
1,188
Two Draughtsmen....
 12
)>
each
95 00
2,280
 12
'»
75 00
900
 12
,
40 00
480
Total $64,276
Water Rights Bran
CH.
Clerk	
to 31st Mar.
1914, @
P51 33
1,816
Do	
 12
,,
115 00
1,380
Do	
 12       „
101 00
1,212
Five Clerks 	
 12       „
each
96 00
5,760
 12
,,
90 00
2,160
Clerk	
   12       „
85 00
1,020
 12       „
60 00
720
Three Stenographers..
 12        „
each
60 00
2,160
Total $16,228
273,396 00
Carried forward .
$651,782 00 E 12
Estimates (1913-14).
1913
II.—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Continued.
SERVICE.
Brought forivard	
Vote No. 12.—Department of Public Works.
Minister of Public Works 12 months, to 31st
Deputy Minister of Public Works.... 12
Clerk to Minister 12
Public Works Engineer 12
Six Assistant Engineers 12
Supervising Architect 12
Draughtsman   12
Do 12
Auditor 12
Chief Clerk and Accountant 12
Clerk and Assistant    do 12
Two Clerks 12
Two   do 12
Three do 12
Stenographer  12
Two Stenographers 12
Junior Clerk 12
Do 12
Mar., 1914, @ $500 00
275 00
94 00
258 33
each 200 00
175 00
183 33
„ 155 33
200 00
200 00
127 00
each 116 00
,,    101 00
„      90 00
70 00
eaeh   60 00
60 00
50 00
Total, $52,464
Steam-boiler Inspection.
Chief Inspector 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914
Clerk and Typist 12
Stenographer  12
Two Stenographers    12
Inspector  12
Two Inspectors   12
Inspector 12
Two Inspectors 12
Two        do 12
Two        do 12
Three      do 12
each
230 00
106 00
60 00
60 00
185 00
each 180 00
175 00
each 170 00
„    165 00
„    160 00
,,    145 00
Total, $31,932
Parliament Buildings Attendants.
Chief Janitor and Messenger 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914, @ $130 00
Five Janitors 12        „ ,,            each    85 00
Three    do 12        „ ,,               „      75 00
Two      do   12       ,, ,,              ,,      70 00
Engineer 12        „ „                      110 00
Fireman 12       ,, ,,                      75 00
Carpenter 12        „ ,,                      110 00
Nightwatchman 12        ,, ,,                        77 00
Watchman (outside) 12        ,, ,,                        80 00
Usher 12       „ „                       90 00
Total, $17,544
Vote No. 13.—Department of Railways.
Chief Engineer 12 months to 31st Mar., 1914, @ $353 33
Clerk 12       „ ,, 90 00
Stenographer 12        ,, ,, 60 00
Junior Clerk    12        „ „ 60 00
Carried forward.
To be now
Voted.
$6,000
3,300
1,128
3,100
14,400
2,100
2,200
1,864
2,400
2,400
1,524
2,784
2,424
3,240
840
1,440
720
600
2,760
1,272
720
1,440
2,220
4,320
2,100
4,080
3,960
3,840
5,220
1,560
5,100
2,700
1,680
1,320
900
1,320
924
960
1,080
4,240
1,080
720
720
Total.
,782 00
101,940 00
6,760 00
$760,482 00 3 Geo. 5
Estimates (1913-14).
E 13
IL—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Continued.
SERVICE.
Brought forivard	
Vote No. 14.—Attorney-General's Department.
Attorney-General 12 months, to 31st Ma:
Deputy Attorney-General 12
Inspector of Legal Offices 12
Departmental Solicitor    12
Official Guardian 12
Stenographer to Official Guardian .... 12
Chief Clerk 12
Three Clerks 12
Three Junior Clerks 12
Joint-stock Companies' Branch.
, 1914, @ $500 00
325 00
293 33
250 00
100 00
60 00
135 00
each 102 00
"      60 00
Total, $25,792
Registrar   12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914, @ $275 00
Clerk     12        ,, ,, 116 66
Stenographer 12        ,, ,, 65 00
Do 12       „ ,, 55 00
Total, $6,140
Land Registry Offices.
Kamloops.
Registrar 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914, @ $250 00
Chief Clerk 12        „ „ 152 00
Surveyor 12        „ „ 100 00
Clerk 12       „ „ 121 00
Do 12       ,, „ 96 00
Do 12       ,, „ 90 00
Three Stenographers 12        „ ,, each    60 00
Nelson.
Registrar 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914, @ $250 00
Chief Clerk  12        „ ,, 127 00
Surveyor 12       ,, „ 100 00
Clerk 12       ,, „ 106 00
Do 12        „ „ 90 00
Stenographer 12       ,, „ 65 00
Janitor 12       „ „ 70 00
New   Westminster.
Registrar 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914, @ $250 00
Chief Clerk 12       „ „ 155 00
Clerk   12       „ „ 125 00
Two Surveyors 12        ., „ each 100 00
Clerk 12        „ „ 11100
Do 12        ,, „ 103 00
Do 12       ,, „ 101 00
Three Clerks 12       „ „ each   96 00
Five     do 12       „ „ „     90 00
Stenographer 12       ,, „ 60 00
Two Stenographers 12       ,, „ each   60 00
Janitor     12       „ „ 60 00
Prince Rupert.
Registrar 12 month?   \o 31st Mar.,
Chief Clerk 12
Clerk 12
Stenographer    12        ,, ,,
Carried forward	
1914,
$175 00
150 00
114 00
75 00
To be now
Voted.
$6,000
3,900
3,520
3,000
1,200
720
1,620
3,672
2,160
3,300
1,400
780
660
3,000
1,824
1,200
1,452
1,152
1,080
2,160
3,000
1,524
1,200
1,272
1,080
780
840
3,000
1,860
1,500
2,400
1,332
1,236
1,212
3,456
5,400
720
1,440
720
2,100
1,800
1,368
900
$83,940
Total.
$760,482 00
$760,482 00 E 14
Estimates (1913-14).
1913
IL—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Continued.
SERVICE.
Brought forward	
Vote No. 14—Attorney-General's Department.—Continued.
Land Registry Offices.—Concluded.
Vancouver.
Registrar 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914, @ $400 00
Chief Clerk 12        ,, „ 195 00
Clerk    12        ,, ,, 140 00
Two Clerks 12       „ ,, each 128 00
Surveyor 12        „ „ 100 00
Clerk 12        ,, ,, 122 00
Do 12        „ „ 114 00
Five Clerks , 12       „ „ each 111 00
Two     do 12       ,, „ ,,    106 00
Two     do 12       ,, ,, „    10100
Clerk 12       ,, „ 96 00
Do 12       ,, „ 96 00
Do 12       ,, ,, 85 00
TenClerks 12        ,, ,, each    90 00
Junior Clerk 12        „ „ 75 00
Do 12       „ „ 60 00
Stenographer   12        „ „ 75 00
Do 12       „ „ 65 00
Two Stenograpers 12        „ ,, each    60 00
Victoria.
Registrar-General 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914, @ $250 00
Chief Clerk 12       „ ., 195 00
Clerk *nd Book-keeper  12       ,, „ 139 00
Clerk 12        „ „ 150 00
Do 12       „ „ 140 00
Do 12        ,, „ 126 00
Two Surveyors 12        ,, ,, each 100 00
Three Clerks 12       „ ,, ,,   116 00
Two Clerks    12        ,, ,, ,,114 00
Two    do 12        „ ,, ,,10100
Clerk 12       ,, „ 96 00
TenClerks 12        „ ,, each    90 00
Junior Clerk 12        ,, „ 60 00
Stenographer  12        ,, ,, 65 00
Do 12        „ ,, 60 00
Supreme and County Courts.
Total, $136,332
Two Stenographers
. 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914,  each @ $112 00
Nelson.
Registrar, Supreme & County Courts .12 mouths, to 31st Mar., 1914, @ $168 00
New Westminster.
Registrar, Supreme & County Courts.. 12 months to 31st Mar., 1914, (
Clerk 12
Junior Clerk     12        „ ,,
Stenographer  12        ,, ,,
Janitor and Messenger 12        ,, „
Prince Rupert.
Registrar, Supreme k County Courts.. 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914, |
Carried forwa/rd   	
$179 00
111 00
64 00
60 00
75 00
. $175 00
To be now
Voted.
$83,940
4,800
2,340
1,680
3,072
1,200
1,464
1,368
6,660
2,544
2,424
1,152
1,152
1,020
10,800
900
720
900
780
1,440
3,000
2,340
1,668
1,800
1,680
1,512
2,400
4,176
2,736
2,424
1,152
10,800
720
780
720
2,688
2,016
2,148
1,332
768
720
900
2,100
Total.
$760,482 00-
$180,936
$760,482 00 3 Geo. 5
Estimates (1913-14).
E 15
IL—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Continued.
Brought forward    	
Vote No. 14.—Attorney-General's Department.—Continued.
Supreme and County Courts.—Concluded.
to 31st Mar., 1914, I
Vancouver.
Registrar, Supreme & County Courts.. 12 months
Deputy do. do. .12
Clerk 12
Do 12
Do 12
Do 12
Two Clerks 12
Five    do    12
Two Junior Clerks....      12
Stenographer 12
Usher 12
Court-house Attendants.
Engineer for Court-house 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914
Fireman    .... 12
Elevator attendant 12
Chief Janitor 12
Night Foreman Janitor 12
Janitor 12
Do.    and Gardener 12
Seven Janitors 12
Nightwatchman 12
Victoria.
each
00
170 00
12 L 00
96 00
96 00
86 00
90 00
90 00
75 00
60 00
59 00
@ $125 00
75 00
70 00
105 00
75 00
70 00
75 00
70 00
65 00
each
Registrar, Supreme Court 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914, @ $227 00
Registrar, County Court 12
Clerk 12
Two Clerks 12
Stenographer for Judges  .    12
Usher and Janitor 12
Assistant Janitor 12
Engineer and Assistant Janitor 12
Elevator attendant 12
Nightwatchman and Janitor......... 12
each
Legislative Library.
Total, $61,444
173 33
90 00
90 00
111 00
95 00
65 00
70 00
70 00
65 00
Librarian 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914,
Cataloguer 12
Assistant Cataloguer 12
Do. do. 12
Clerk 12
Do 12
Junior Clerk 12
Stenographer   12
Do 12
Fisheries Department.
Total,
@$200 00
120 00
90 00
75 00
101 00
90 00
50 00
55 00
50 00
972
Assistant to Commissioner of Fisheries. 12 months, to 31st Mar.
Deputy Commissioner of Fisheries.... 12        ,, ,,
Superintendent of Hatchery 12        ,, ,,
Inspector of Fisheries 12        „
Carried forward.
1914, @$275 00
250 00
125 00
110 00
Total $9,120
$180,936
3,600
2,040
1,452
1,152
1,152
1,032
2.160
5,400
1,800
720
708
1,500
900
840
1,260
900
840
900
5,880
780
2,724
2,080
1,080
2,160
1,332
1,140
780
840
840
780
2,400
1,440
1,080
900
1,212
L-080
600
660
600
3,300
3,000
1,500
1,320
,800
$760,482 00
$760,482 00 E 16
Estimates (1913-14).
1913
IL—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Continued.
SERVICE.
Brought forward	
Vote No.  14.—Attorney-General's Department.—Continued.
Electrical Energy Inspection Act.
Inspector 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914, @ $241 66
Factories Act.
Inspector 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914, @ $180 00
Tramway Inspection Act.
Inspector 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914, @ $175 00
Game Act.
Game Warden 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914, @ $193 33
Nine Deputy Game Wardens 12
Game Warden   12
Eight Game Wardens 12
Ten do.  12
Stenographer   12
each    90 00
85 00
each   80 00
,,      75 00
60 00
Total, $30,460
Provincial Police.
Superintendent's Office.
Superintendent 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914, @ $210 00
Inspector 12        ,, ,, 160 00
Clerk and Constable 12
Two Clerks 12
Junior Clerk     12
• Two Constables 12
Constable 12
134 00
each 85 00
65 00
each 80 00
75 00
Boundary Police District.
Chief Constable, Greenwood 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914, @ $97 00
Constable,
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
do.
.12
Fairview 12
Grand Forks 12
Hedley 12
Keremeos 12
Midway 12
Phoenix 12
Princeton 12
Carmi 12
Cariboo Police District.
Chief Constable, Fort George 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914,
Constable, do.  12        ,, ,,
Do.     Quesnel 12       ,, ,,
Fort St. John Police District.
Constable 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914,
Carried forwar a.
80 00
80 00
80 00
83 00
80 00
83 00
81 00
80 00
83 00
125 00
86 00
81 00
i$105 00
To be now
Voted.
$248,800
2,900
2,160
2,100
2,320
9,720
1,020
7,680
9,000
720
2,520
1,920
1,608
2,040
780
1,920
900
1,164
960
960
960
996
960
996
972
960
996
1,500
1,032
972
1,260
$312,796
Total.
$760,482 00
$760,482 00 3 Geo. 5
Estimates (1913-14).
E 17
IL—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Continued.
SERVICE.
Brought forward	
Vote No.  14.—Attorney-General's Department.—Continued.
Provincial Police.—Continued.
Hazelton Police District.
Hazelton    12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914,
do 12
Chief Constable
Constable,
Do. do 12
Senior Constable, Aldermere 12
Constable,
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
do 12
Burns Lake 12
East Aldermere 12
New Hazelton 12
Sealey ville 12
Kamloops Police District.
1914, (
Chief Constable,  Kamloops 12 months, to 31st Mar.,
Constable, do 12
Do. do 12
Do.      Chase 12
Two Constables, North Thompson ... 12
Constable, Savona 12
Do.      Shuswap 12
Do.      YV alhachin 12
Kootenay (North-East) Police District.
Chief Constable, Golden 12 months, to Slst Mar., 1914,
Constable, do 12
Do. do 12
Do.      Arrowhead 12
Do.      Athalmer 12
Do.      Comaplix 12
Do.      Field   12
Do.      Revelstoke    12
each
Kootenay (South-East) Police District.
Chief Constable,
Constable,
Fernie 12 months.
do 12
to 31st Mar., 1914,
Do.      Coal Creek 12
Do.      Corbin     12
Do.      Cranbrook 12 ,, ,,
Do.      Elko 12
Do.      Fort Steele 12 „ „
Do. do. 12
Do.      Hosmer 12 ,, ,,
Do.      Krag 12
Do.      Marysville 12 ,, ,,
Senior Constable, Michel 12 ,, ,,
Constable, do 12 ,, ,,
Do.      Moyie    12 ,, ,,
Do.      New Michel 12 ,, „
Do.      Wardner 12 ,, ,,
Kootenay (West) Police District.
Chief Constable, Nelson 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914,
Constable, do    12 ,, ,,
Do.      Creston 12 ,, ,,
Do.      Kaslo 12
Carried forward	
$312,796
$125 00
1,500
86 00
1,032
85 00
1,020
90 00
1,080
85 00
1,020
86 00
1,032
85 00
1,020
86 00
1,032
85 00
1,020
$103 00
1,236
80 00
&60
80 00
960
81 00
972
75 00
1,800
82 00
984
75 00
900
75 00
900
$101 00
1,212
80 00
960
80 00
960
75 00
900
80 00
960
75 00
900
80 00
960
80 00
960
$99 00
1,188
75 00
900
81 00
972
80 00
960
83 00
996
80 00
960
80 00
960
80 00
960
81 00
972
80 00
960
SO 00
960
85 00
1,020
75 00
900
82 00
984
80 00
960
80 00
960
$101 00
1,212
75 00
900
80 00
960
75 00
900
$358,660
Total.
.482 00
,482 00 E 18                                             Estimates (1913-14).
1913
II._CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Continued.
SERVICE.
•
To be now
Voted.
Total.
$358,660
$760,482 00
Vote No. 14.—Attorney-General's Department.—Continued.
Provincial Police.—Continued.
Kootenay ( West) Police District.—Concluded.
Constable, Nakusp 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914, @ $80 00
960
Do.      New Denver 12        „                        ,,                        83 00
996
Do.      Silverton 12        ,,                        ,,                        80 00
960
Do.      Trail   12       ,,                       „                       25 00
300
Do.      Trout Lake 12        ,,                        „                        8100
972
Do.     Ymir 12       ,,                       ,,                       80 00
960
Lillooet Police District.
Chief Constable, Clinton 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914, @ $97 00
1,164
Constable,                do 12        ,,                        „                        82 00
984
Do.     Hanceville 12        „                        „                        80 00
960
Do.     Lillooet 12       ,,                       ,,                      8100
972
Do.         do 12       „                       „                      80 00
960
Do.      150-Mile House 12        ,,                        ,,                        81 00
972
Nanaimo-Comox Police District.
Chief Constable, Nanaimo 12 months, to 31stMar., 1914, @ $112 00
1,344
Constable,                  do 12        ,,                        „                        82 00
984
Do.                     do 12       „                       „                       80 00
960
Do.      Courtenay 12        ,,                        ,,                        80 00
960
Do.      Cumberland 12        ,,                        „                        83 00
996
Do.      South Wellington 12        „                        „                        83 00
996
Skeena-Atlin Police District.
Chief Constable, Prince Rupert    1? months, to 31st Mar., 1914, @ $130 00
1,560
Constable,                         do.             12        ,,                          „                          80 00
960
Do.     Atlin  12       „                       ,,                       90 00
1,080
Do.      Bella Coola 12       „                       „                       80 00
960
Do.      Granby Bay    12        ,,                        „                        8100
972
Do.      Jedway 12        „                        ,,                        83 00
996
Do.      Kitsalas 12       ,,                       ,,                       80 00
960
Do.      Masset 12       ,,                       ,,                      75 00
900
Do.      Port Essington 12        ,,                        ,,                        75 00
900
Do.      Port Simpson      12        „                        ,,                        82 00
984
Do.      Queen Charlotte City 12        ,,                        „                        80 00
960
Do.      Stewart    12        ,,                        „                        75 00
900
Do.      Telegraph Creek 12        ,,                        ,,                        90 00
1,080
Tete Jaune Cache Police District.
Chief Constable, Tete Jaune Cache. .. 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914, @ $125 00
1,500
Three Constables            do.                ...12        ,,                        „            each    80 00
2,880
Constable, mile 1 12        „                        ,,                        80 00
960
Do.       do. 29   12       ,,                       ,,                      80 00
960
Do.       do.  79   12       „                       „                       80 00
960
Do.       do.  114 12       ,,                       „                       80 00
960
Do.       do.  137 12       ,,                       „                       80 00
960
Vancouver- Westminster Police District.
Chief Constable, Vancouver 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914, @ $125 00
1,500
Senior Constable,        do 12        ,,                        ,,                        9100
1,092
Clerk and Constable   do 12        ,,                        ,,                        85 00
1,020
Four Constables,         do 12       ,,                       „             each 80 00
3,840
$405,904
$760,482 00 3 Geo. 5
Estimates (1913-14).
E 19
IL—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Continued.
SERVICE.
Brought forivard	
Vote No.  14.—Attorney-General's Department. — Concluded.
Provincial Police.—Concluded.
Vancouver-Westminster Police District.—Concluded.
Constable, Abbotsford 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914, @ $80 00
Do.      Alert Bay 12        „                        ,, 80 00
Do.      Mission City 12        „                        ,, 80 00
Senior Constable, New Westminster .12        ,,                        ,, 91 00
Constable,                             do.               .12        „                        „ 81 00
Do.      Port Moody 12        ,,                        ;, 80 00
Do.      Powell River 12       „                       ,, 75 00
Do.      Quathiaski Cove 12        ,,                        „ 8100
Squamish     12        ,,                        „ 80 00
VanAnda 12        ,,                        ,, 8100
Do.
Do.
Vernon Police District.
Chief Constable, Vernon    12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914,
Constable, do 12
Do.      Enderby   12
Do.      Kelowna 12
Do.      Naramatta 12
Do.      Penticton   12
Victoria Police  District.
Constable, Duncan      12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914,
Do.      Ganges 12       ,, ,,
Do.      Shawnigan    12        ,, ,,
West Coast Police District.
Chief Constable, Alberni    12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914, (
Constable, Claj'oquot 12        ,, ,,
Do.      Quatsino    .12       ,, ,,
Do.      Ucluelet     12
Yale Police District.
Chief Constable, Ashcroft 12 months, to 31st Mar,
Two Constables,      do 12
Constable, Hope 12
Senior Constable, Lytton    12
Two Constables,      do 12
$97 00
80 00
80 00
81 00
75 00
80 00
. $82 00
80 00
88 00
:$103 00
75 00
30 00
30 00
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Merritt 12
Nicola   12
North Bend    12
do 12
Spence's Bridge 12
Yale 12
each
1914, @ $103 00
each    75 00
83 00
85 00
80 00
80 00
81 00
81 00
75 00
80 00
80 00
Industrial School.
Total, $153,660
Superintendent   12 months, to Slst Mar., 1914, @ $110 00
Gardener and Farm Instructor    12 ,, ,, . 65 00
School Teacher 12 ,, ,, 80 00
Tailor and 1st Assistant 12 ,, ,, 69 00
2nd Assistant 12 „ ,, 67 00
Shoemaker and 3rd Assistant 12 ,, ,, 65 00
Carpenter and 4th Assistant 12 ,, „ 50 00
5th Assistant 12 „ ,, 50 00
Cook 12 ,, „ 65 00
Matron and Housekeeper   12 ,, „ 32 00
Nightwatchman    12 ,, '„ 63 00
Total, $8,592
Carried forivard
To be now
Voted.
$405,904
960
960
960
1,092
972
960
900
972
960
972
1,164
960
960
972
900
960
984
960
1,056
1,236
900
360
360
1,236
1,800
996
1,020
1,920
960
972
972
900
960
960
1,320
780
960
828
804
780
600
600
780
384
756
Total.
$760,482 00
448,672 00
,209,154 00 E 20
Estimates (1913-14).
1913
IL—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Continued.
SERVICE.
Brought forward	
Vote No. 15.—Government Agencies.
Alberni Agency.
Government Agent & Deputy Assessor. 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914, @ $188 33
Two Clerks    12       ,, „ each   90 00
Stenographer   12        ,, ,, 60 00
Total, $5,140
Cariboo District Agencies.
Barkerville.
Government Agent 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914, @ $135 00
173 33
125 00
each   90 00
110 00
60 00
Assessor and Collector, Quesnel   12
Clerk to Assessor and Collector 12
Four Clerks to Assessor and Collector 12
Clerk and Janitor 12
Stenographer  12
Fort George.
Government Agent 12 months, to 31st Mar..
Clerk and Mining Recorder 12        ,, ,,
Clerk 12
Do    12
150-Mile House.
1914,
$158 33
127 00
106 00
90 00
Govt. Agent, Recorder & Dep. Assessor, 12months, to31stMar., 1914, @$127 00
Total, $18,860
Cassiar Agencies.
Atlin.
Government Agent, Gold Com., etc. . . 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914, (
Clerk 12
Stenographer 12        ,, ,,
Telegraph Creek.
. $200 00
138 33
80 00
Government Agent 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914, @ $155 00
Cumberland Agency.
Total, $6,880
Government Agent & Deputy Assessor, 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914, @ $163 33
Clerk and Janitor 12        „ ,, 110 00
Total, $3,280
Duncan Agency.
Government Agent & Deputy Assessor, 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914, @ $147 00
Clerk 12        ,, „ 75 00
Total $2,664
East Kootenay Agencies.
Cranbrook Agency.
Government Agent 12 months, to Slst Mar., 1914, @ $163 33
Deputy Assessor and Collector 12 ,, ,, 148 00
Clerk and Registrar  12 „ ,, 131 00
Clerk 12 ,, ,, 10100
Two Clerks 12 ,, „ each    90 00
Clerk 12 ,, ,, 85 00
Junior Clerk 12 ,, ,, 60 00
Stenographer 12 ,, ,, 60 00
Janitor 12 ,, ,, 70 00
Carried forward  $48,804
To be now
Voted.
$2,260
2,160
720
1,620
2,080
1,500
4,320
1,320
720
1,900
1,524
1,272
1,080
1,524
2,400
1,660
960
1,860
1,960
1,320
1,764
900
1,960
1,776
1,572
1,212
2,160
1,020
720
720
840
Total.
,209,154 00
,209,154 00 3 Geo. 5
Estimates (1913-14).
E 21
II.—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Continued.
SERVICE.
To be now
Voted.
Total.
$48,804
$1,209,154 00
Vote No.  15.—Government Agencies.—Continued.
East Kootenay Agencies.—Concluded.
Fernie Agency.
ths, to31stMar., 1914,® $158 33
115 00
,                      ,,                     110 00
60 00
70 00
1,900
1,380
1,320
720
840
Clerk and Registrar 12
Clerk, Deputy Assessor and Collector. 12
Golden Agency.
Government Agent 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914, @ $150 00
Mining Recorder & Dep. Assessor ... , 12        „                        ,,                      133 00
Clerk  12       ,,                       ,,                     134 00
1,800
1,596
1,608
Wilmer (Sub-Agency).
Mining Recorder, Registrar, etc 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914, @ $140 00
Total, $24,824
Fairview Agency.
1,680
Government Agent     12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914, @ $163 33
Mining Recorder and Assessor 12        ,,                        ,,                       122 00
Clerk 12       ,,                      ,,                     11100
Total, $4,756
Fort Fraser Agency.
1,960
1,464
1,332
Government Agent 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914, @ $168 33
Clerk and Mining Recorder 12         „                        ,,                      122 00
Total, $3,484
Grand Forks Agency.
2,020
1,464
ths, to Slst Mar., 1914, @ $142 00
90 00
65 00
Total, $3,564
3NCY.
1,704
1,080
780
Clerk 12
Greenwood Ag]
Government Agent&MiningRecorder. 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914, @ $137 00
Clerk and Janitor  12        ,,                        ,,                      105 00
Total, $2,904
Hazelton Agency.
1,644
1,260
Clerk 12
Mining Recorder and Registrar    12
ths to 31st Mar., 1914, @ $172 33
148 00
,                        „                      111 00
136 33
111 00
96 00
90 00
75 00
2,068
1,776
1,332
1,636
1,332
1,152
1,080
900
Clerk    12
Do    12
Do   12
Lillooet District j
Total, $11,276
Agencies.
Clinton Agency.
Clerk 12
Do 12
ths, to 31st Mar., 1914, @ $158 33
96 00
90 00
60 00
1,900
1,152
1,080
720
Carried
$92,484
$1,209,154 00 E 22
Estimates (1913-14).
1913
IL—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Continued.
SERVICE.
Brought forward	
Vote No. 15.—Government Agencies.—Continued.
Lillooet District Agencies.—Concluded.
Lillooet (Sub-Agency).
Assessor and Mining Recorder 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914, @$180 66
Clerk 12 „ 90 00
Total, $8,100
Nanaimo Agency.
Government Agent 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914, @ $158 33
Clerk 12        ,, „ 90 00
Stenographer 12        ,, ,, 60 00
Deputy Assessor and Collector 12        ,, ,, ., 178 33
Janitor and Messenger 12        ,, ,, 70 00
Total, $6,680
Nicola Agency.
Government Agent and Assessor 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914, @ $158 33
Clerk : 12        ,, ,, 11100
Do     12       „ ,, 90 00
Total, $4,312
Princeton Agency.
Government Agent, Assessor, etc 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914, @ $147 00
Junior Clerk 12        ,,    ' ,, 75 00
Total $2,664
Skeena Agencies.
Prince Rupert Agency.
Government Agent 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914, @ $16.3 33
To be now
Voted.
Assessor and Collector    12
Clerk to Assessor and Collector   ....   12
Clerk i 12
Two Clerks .    12
Clerk 12
Junior Clerk 12
Janitor ..    12
155 00
119 00
120 00
each    90 00
95 00
65 00
70.00
Stewart (Sub-Agency).
Mining Recorder,  etc    12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914
Queen Charlotte Islands Agency.
Government Agent, Gold Com., etc.. .12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914,
$154 00
Vernon Agency.
$147 00
Total, $15,220
Government Agent     12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914, @ $163 33
Clerk 12        ,,    ' „ 95 00
Mining Recorder and Assessor 12
Clerk  12
Stenographer 12
Janitor 12
Total, $7,592
154 33
90 00
60 00
70 00
West Kootenay Agencies.
Kaslo Agency.
Government Agent J2 months, to 31st Mar., 1914, @ $160 00
Mining Recorder and Deputy Assessor, 12
Clerk 12
Do 12
Stenographer 12
Janitor 12
157 00
90 00
80 00
80 00
70 00
1,900
1,080
720
2,140
840
1,900
1,332
1,080
1,764
• 900
1,960
1,860
1,428
1,440
2,160
1,140
780
840
1,848
1,764
1,960
1,140
1,852
1,080
720
840
1,920
1,884
1,080
960
960
840
Carried forward        $139,844
Total.
,209,154 00
$1,209,154 00 3 Geo. 5
Estimates (1913-14).
E 23
IL—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Continued,
SERVICE.
To be now
Voted.
Total.
$139,844
$1,209,154 00
Vote No.
15.—Government Agencies.—Continued.
West Kootenay Agencies.—Concluded.
New Denver (Sub-Agency).
 12 months, to 31st Mar.
1913, @ $121 00
1,452
Trout Lake (Sub-Agency).
Mining Recorder	
 12 months, to 31st Mar.
Nelson Agency.
1914, @ $100 00
1,200
1914, @$172 33
2,068
Mining Recorder and Deputy Assessor, 12        ,,                        ,,
157 00
1,884
Clerk 	
 12
106 00
1,272
Two Clerks	
 12
each    96 00
2,304
 12
60 00
720
 12
70 00
840
 12    • ,,
Revelstoke Agency.
70 00
840
1914, @$172 33
2,068
 12
127 00
1.524
146 00
1,752
 12       „
Rossland Agency.
70 00
840
Govt. Agent and Deputy Assessor 12 months, to 31st Mar.,
1914, @ $155 00
1,860
Clerk	
 12       „
133 00
1,596
Do	
 12       „
90 00
1,080
 12       „
70 00
840
Total, $31,784
.
Westminster District Agencies.
New  Wes'minster Agency.
 12 months, to Slst Mar.
1914, @ $183 33
2,200
Clerk	
 12
124 00
1,488
 12
60 00
720
Assessor and Collector.
 12
165 33
1,984
Assistant             do.
 , 12
147 00
1,764
Clerk 	
 12
121 00
1,452
Do	
 12
105 00
85 00
1,260
1,020
Janitor and Messenger
 12
Vancouver Agency.
 12 months, to 31st Mar.
1914,@ $178 33
2,140
132 00
1,584
Clerk	
 12
90 00
1,080
 12
60 00
720
 12
60 00
720
Assessor k Collector ..
 12
192 33
2,308
 12
140 00
1,680
Do	
 12
121 00
1,452
Do	
 .....12
101 00
1,212
   12
91 00
1,092
Do	
 12
90 00
60 00
1,080
720
   12
Total, $27,676
$191,660
$1,209,154 00 E 24
Estimates (1913-14).
1913
II._CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Concluded.
SERVICE.
Brought forward	
Vote No. 15.—Government Agencies.—Concluded.
Yale District Agencies.
Ashcroft Agency.
Government Agent and Assessor 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914, @ $165 33
Stenographer   12        „ ,, 60 00
Kamloops Agency.
Government Agent 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914, @ $178 33
Mining Recorder and Assessor 12        ,, ,, 142 00
Clerk   12
Do 12
Stenographer 12
Janitor  12
111 00
90 00
60 00
70 00
To be now
voted.
Yale Agency.
Mining Recorder and Collector 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914, @$116 00
Total, $11,912
$191,660 00
1,984
720
2,140
1,704
1,332
1,080
720
840
1,392
Total.
,209,154 00
203,572 00
1,412,726 00
III.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (SALARIES).
Tobe Voted per Statement (C) ■        •        $58,158.00
No. of
Vote.
16
17
18
Supreme and County Courts .
Stipendiary Magistrates	
County Gaols	
Estimated for
Service ending
31st Mar., 1914.
$ 600 00
4,050 00
53,508 00
Total.
$58,158 00
SERVICE.
III.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (SALARIES).
Vote No. 16.—Supreme and County Courts.
Chilliwhack.
Registrar, County Court 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914, @ $ 25 00
Ladysmith.
Deputy Registrar 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914, @ $ 25 00
Vote No. 17.—Stipendiary Magistrates.
Additional to salary paid by the Dominion  Government to one appointee as
County Court Judge, viz.:—
Stipendiary Magistrate, Nelson 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914, @ $41 66
Stipendiary Magistrates (provisional). .12       ,, ,, 	
Carried forward	
To be now
Voted.
300
300
500
3,550
Total.
$ 600 00
4,050 00
$4,650 00 3 Geo. 5
Estimates (1913-14).
E 25
III—ADMINISTRATION OP JUSTICE (SALARIES).—Concluded.
SERVICE.
To be, now
voted.
Total.
$4,650 00
Vote No. 18.—County Gaols.
Kamloops Gaol.
 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914, @ $110 00
$1,320
 12       „                       ,,                      86 00
1,032
Do	
 12       „                      „                      81 00
972
Convict Guard	
 12       „                       „                      81 00
972
Do	
 12       „                       „                       81 00
972
Do	
 12       „                       „                       8) 00
972
Do	
 12       „                       „                       75 00
Total, $7,140
Nanaimo Gaol.
900
 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914, @ $110 00
1,320
 12       ,,                       ,,                       86 00
1,032
Do	
 12       ,,                       ,,                      80 00
960
Do	
 12       ,,                       „                       80 00
960
 12       ,,                       „                      80 00
960
Do	
 12       „                       „                       80 00
Total, $6,192
Nelson Gaol.
960
 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914, @ $110 00
1,320
 12       „                       „                      86 00
1,032
Do	
 12       „                       „                      81 00
972
Do	
 12       ,,                       ,,                      81 00
972
 12       „                       „                      81 00
972
Do	
   12       „                       „                       80 00
Total, $6,228
New Westminster Gaol.
960
 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914, @$110 00
1,320
1,032
 12       ,,                      ,,                       86 00
Do	
 12       „                       ,,                      81 00
972
 12       „                       ,,                      81 00
972
Do	
., 12       ,,                      „                       81 00
972
Do	
 12       „                       „                      81 00
972
Two Convict Guards .
 12        „                          „             each    80 00
1,920
Convict Guard	
 12        ,,                        ,,                        75 00
900
 12        „                        „                        40 00
Total, $9,540
Oakalla Prison Farm.
480
 .12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914, @ $135 00
1,620
 12        „                        ,,                        80 00
960
 12        ,,                        „            each    70 00
2,520
Guard	
 12       „                       „                       75 00
900
Guard and Instructor
 12       ,,                       ,,                       75 00
900
 12        „                        ,,            each    70 00
Total, $15,300
Victoria Gaol.
8,400
 12 months, to Slst Mar., 1914, @ $110 00
1,320
 12       „                       „                       86 00
1,032
Do	
 12       ,,                       „                       81 00
972
Do	
 12       „                       „                      80 00
960
 12       ,,                       „                       86 00
1,032
Do	
 12       „                       „                       81 00
972
Two Convict Guards.
 12        „                        „            each    80 00
1,920
 12        „                        „                        75 00
900
Total, $9,108
53,508 00
$58,158 00 E 26
Estimates (1913-14).
1913
IV—LEGISLATION.
To be Voted per Statement (D)
191,020.00
No. of
Vote.
19
20
21
22
23
24
LEGISLATION.
Details.
Mr. Speaker Sessional, to 31st Mar., 1914,
Deputy Speaker  ,,
Clerk of the House  ,,
Law Clerk  ,,
Sergeant-at-Arms  ,,
Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms  ,,
Doorkeeper  ,,
Messenger  ,,
8 Pages (@ $40)	
Indemnity to Members (42@$1,600). ,,
Mileage  ,,
Registration of Voters	
Expenses of Elections	
Contingent Fund	
$1,800
500
1,200
600
400
200
200
200
320
Estimated for
Service ending
Slst Mar., 1914.
$5,420
67,200
7,200
4,200
1,000
6,000
Total.
$91,020 00
V.—PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).
To be Voted per Statement (E)        •        •        •        •        • $496,020.00
No. of
Vote.
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
Bureau of Mines	
Mine Rescue Stations	
Fisheries  	
Mental Hospital, Essondale  	
Colony Farm, Essondale	
Mental Hospital, New Westminster
Printing Office, Victoria	
Provincial Home, Kamloops	
Provincial Museum	
Estimated for
Service ending
31st Mar.,  1914.
f 10,000
6,400
35,000
152,000
68,780
108,840
87,500
19,500
8,000
Total.
$496,020 00
SERVICE.
To be now
Voted.
Total.
V—PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).
Vote No. 25.—Bureau oe Mines.
Maintenance.
Plant, material, and incidental expenses 12 months, to 31st March, 1914
Two temporary parties in field (including salaries and travelling expenses)	
$4,000
6,000
$10,000 00
Vote No. 26.—Mine-rescue Stations.
Supplies, apparatus, and repairs, Nanaimo and Fernie, 12 mo. to 31st Mar., 1914
4,000
2,400
6,400 00
$16,400 00 3 Geo. 5
Estimates (1913-14).
E 27
V.—PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).—Concluded.
SERVICE.
Brought forward	
Vote No. 27.—Fisheries.
Administration, investigation, and maintenance of fisheries and hatchery (including salaries, workmen's wages, & travelling exp., 12 mo. to 31st Mar., 1914
Vote No. 28.—Mental Hospital, Essondale.
Maintenance	
New furniture and fixtures	
General repairs and improvements .
Transfer of patients from Vernon..
Vote No. 29.—Colony Farm, Essondale.
Maintenance (including salaries of employees).
Clearing land	
Live-stock (purchase of)    .......
General repairs    .
Vote No. 30.—Mental Hospital, New Westminster.
Maintenance (including salaries of employees)
General repairs and improvements .'..'.*.
Vote No. 31.—Printing Office, Victoria.
Maintenance.
Extra assistance, Printing Office and Book-binding Branch,  including sessional
work and allowance for overtime    	
Printing paper, material, and incidentals..'..'. .'.	
New machinery and plant    .....    ._'.'	
Vote No. 32.—Provincial Home, Kamloops.
Maintenance.
Provisions 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1914
Fuel and light '. 12
Water .....::... 12
Medicines 12
Clothing 12
Furniture, bedding, etc 12
Transport  12
Medical Attendant   ..    , 12
Miscellaneous 12
Vote No. 33.—Provincial Museum.
Maintenance.
Purchase of Natural History Specimens, incidental and travelling
expenses 12 months, to 31st March, 1914
Cost of collecting anthropological data and specimens.
To be now
Voted.
35,000
85,500
50,000
15,000
1,500
28,780
20,000
10,000
10,000
94,840
14,000
18,000
60,000
9,500
10,000
4,000
250
500
1,200
1,700
450
400
1,000
5,000
3,000
Total.
$16,400 00
35,000 00
152,000 00
68,780 00
108,840 00
87;500 00
19,500 00
8,000 00
$496,020 00 E 28
Estimates (1913-14).
1913
VI.—HOSPITALS AND CHARITIES.
Tobe Voted per Statement (F)        .        .        .        .        .      $704,100.00
No. of
Vote.
F
Estimated for
Service ending
31st Mar., 1914.
Total.
34
35
36
37
38
39
Grants to Hospits
Grants to Refuge
In aid of Resident
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                   ,
HOSPITALS AND CHARITIES.
Details.
,                    Alert Bay             ,,
,                   Atlin         „
$275,000
20,000
300
500
500
500
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
500
300
300
300
300
300
300
500
500
500
300
500
300
400
300
400
500
500
300
2,000
20,000
75,000
300,000
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
,                    Denman and Hornby Islands...         ,,
Elko	
47
48
49
50
,                    Fraser Lake         ,,
51
52
53
,                   150-Mile House         „
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
,                    Queen Charlotte Islands          ,,
,                   Salt Spring Island         ,,
,                   Terrace         ,,
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
Grant to Tubercul
Assistance, buildii
lg Hospitals (including $10,000 for Isolation H.) ,,
$704,100 00 3 Geo. 5
Estimates (1913-14).
E 29
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
To be Voted per Statement (G) •        -        •      $378,900.00
No. of
Vote.
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
ADMINISTRATION  OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
Details.
Summoning and paying Jurors and Witnesses	
Prosecution and Interpreters	
Expenses of Inquests	
Rewards	
Keep of Prisoners	
Special Constables	
Transport of Constables and Prisoners	
Medical Officers at Gaols (fixed allowances)   	
Allowance to Sheriffs, do. 	
Constitutional litigation and general law costs	
Miscellaneous	
Estimated for
Service ending
31st Mar., 1914.
Total.
$65,000
35,000
8,000
2,000
80,000
50,000
80,000
2,200
6,700
35,000
15,000
$378,900 00
VIII.—EDUCATION.
To be Voted per Statement (H)
$1,175,388.00
No. of
Vote.
84
85
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
Education Office 	
Free Text-book Branch	
Inspection of Schools	
Provincial Normal School	
Education of Deaf and Dumb and Blind	
Night Schools	
Per capita Grant to City, Municipality and Rural School Districts	
Salaries of Teachers in Assisted Schools	
Salaries of Teachers of Schools in Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway Belt
Grant to Libraries	
Conveying children to Central School	
Grant towards Manual Training Equipment	
Physical Training and Military Drill	
Teachers' fares attending Provincial Teachers' Convention	
New Assisted Schools (salaries, rent of buildings, etc.)	
Contingencies    	
Estimated for
Service ending
Slst Mar., 1914.
$ 14,100
60,000
20,000
7,600
4,500
10,000
750,000
196,992
54,696
2,500
3,500
4,000
10,000
7,500
27,000
3,000
Total.
$1,175,388 00
SERVICE.
EDUCATION.
Details.
Vote No. 84.—Education Office.
Expenses of office	
Board of Examiners of Public School Teachers, and expenses
Examiners of High School entrance examination papers	
Vote No. 85.—Free Text-book Branch.
Text-books, maps, globes, etc    	
Carried forivard	
To be now
Voted.
f    600
8,500
5,000
Total.
$14,100 00
60,000 00
$74,100 00 E 30
Estimates (1913-14).
1913
VIII. -^-EDUCATION.—Continued.
SERVICE.
Brought forward	
EDUCATION. —Continued.
Details.—Concluded.
Vote No. 86.—Inspection of Schools.
Travelling expenses	
Vote No. 87.—Provincial Normal School.
Books, apparatus, and incidental expenses.
In aid of Music Teacher's salary	
Mileage for Students .   .	
Vote No. 88.—Education of Deaf and Dumb and Blind.
Tuition, maintenance and travelling expenses, 12 months, to 31st March, 1914. ..
Vote No. 89.—Night Schools.
Grant towards Salary of Teachers, 12 months, to 31st March, 1914	
"Vote No. 90.—Per Capita Grant to City, Municipality, and Rural
School Districts.
Cities    12 months, to 31st March, 1914
Municipalities        12        ,, ,, ,,
Rural School Districts     12        ,, ,, ,,
Vote No. 91.—Salaries of Teachers in Assisted Schools.
12 months to 31st March, 1914, as detailed	
Vote No. 92.—Salaries of Teachers of Schools in E. & N. Railway Belt.
12 months to 31st March, 1914, as detailed	
Vote No. 93.—Grant to Libraries.
Grant to Libraries	
Vote No. 94.—Conveying Children to Central School.
Conveying children to Central School	
Vote No. 95.—Grant towards Manual Training Equipment.
Grant towards Manual Training Equipment	
Vote No. 96.—Physical Training and Military Drill.
Physical Training and Military Drill	
Vote No. 97.—Teachers' fares attending Provincial Teachers'
Convention.
Teachers' fares attending Provincial Teachers' Convention	
Vote No. 98.—New Assisted Schools.
New Assisted Schools (salaries, rent of buildings, etc.)	
Vote No. 99.—Contingencies.
Contingencies	
To he now
Voted.
$20,000
1,500
600
5,500
4,500
10,000
425,000
230,000
95,000
196,992
54,696
2,500
3,500
4,000
10,000
7,500
27,000
3,000
Total.
$74,100 00
20,000 00
7,600 00
4,500 00
10,000 00
750,000 00
196,992 00
54,696 00
2,500 00
3,500 00
4,000 00
10,000 00
7,500 00
27,000 00
3,000 00
$1,175,388 00 3 Geo. 5
Estimates (1913-14).
E 31
VIII.—EDUCATION.—Continued.
Salaries of Teachers in Assisted Schools.
Twelve Mos.
Salary.
$ 876
1,080
960
900
900
900
900
84Q
1,020
936
780
840
876
756
900
1,020
840
900
900
960
960
840
900
1,020
900
1,020
936
900
780
900
900
1,200
1,020
780
780
900
900
876
876
960
876
900
900
1,020
840
840
900
900
780
840
780
876
840
900
780
900
720
900
900
960
1,200
900
$55,884
f 73
90
80
75
75
75
75
70
85
78
65
70
73
63
75
85
70
75
75
80
80
70
75
85
75
85
78
75
65
75
75
100
85
65
65
75
75
73
73
80
73
75
75
85
70
70
75
75
65
70
65
73
70
75
65
75
60
75
75
80
100
75
School.
Albert Canyon	
Alexandria	
Alice Siding	
Anarchist Mountain ...
Annable	
Appledale	
Arrow Park, West	
Ashton Creek	
Atlialmer	
Balfour 	
Balmoral	
Bamfield	
Barnes Creek	
Barnston Island	
Barrier River	
Baynes Lake	
Beard Creek	
Beaton 	
Belford	
Bella Coola .............
Do.        Lower ....
Berlin	
Berrydale	
Big Bar	
Big Bay	
Big Creek	
Big Eddy... v	
Boswell	
Bowen Island	
Box Lake   .   	
Bridesville	
Brilliant    	
Brisco	
Britannia Beach	
Britannia Mine	
Bull River Bridge	
Bull River Falls	
Campbell Creek, South
Campbell River ,	
Cape Scott	
Carlin Siding	
Carroll's Landing	
Castlegar	
Chimney Creek	
Chinook Cove	
Chu Chua 	
Columbia Park	
Comaplix	
Commonage	
Copper Creek	
Coquitlam Dam	
Cortes Island	
Cranberry Marsh	
Crawford Bay	
Cultus Lake	
Curzon	
Deep Creek  	
Deer Park	
Demars, West	
Deward	
Discovery	
Duhamel	
. 12 months to 31st March, 1914
■12 „
•12 „
■12 „
• 12
•12 „
• x- )>            >>
12
■12 „
•12 ,',
•12 „
12 „
•12 „
12 „
• 12 „
■12 „
12 „
■ 12 „
12 „
■ 12 „
•12 ,j
•12 A
• 12 „
• 12 „
• 12 „
• )2 ,',
• 12 „
• 12
12 „
• 12 „
• 12 „
■12 „
.12 „
•12 „
• 12 „
■12
• 12 „
• 12 „
•12
•12
•12
• 12
■ 12
• 12 „
■ 12
• 12
• 12 „      i
• 12 „
•12 „
• 12 „
12 „
■ 12 „
12
■12 „
• 12
• 12 „
■ 12
12 „
• 12 „
• 12 „
■ 12 „
.12
Carried forivard. E 32
Estimates (1913-14).
1913
VIII.—EDUCATION.—Continued.
Salaries op Teachehs in Assisted Schools.—Continued.
Twelve Mos.
Salary.
$55,884
900
876
960
960
1,080
900
876
840
900
900
900
900
960
1,320
1,320
876
1,020
900
780
900
780
960
900
876
1,140
840
840
840
900
900
1,140
900
1,200
876
780
780
780
780
1,020
900
960
900
1,020
780
780
780
780
876
S16
900
900
900
1,140
1,140
1,140
780
900
960
$110,496
Monthly
Salary.
$ 75
73
80
80
90
75
73
70
75
75
75
75
80
110
110
73
85
75
65
75
65
80
75
73
95
70
70
70
75
75
95
75
100
73
65
65
65
80
65
85
75
80
75
85
65
65
65
65
73
68
75
75
75
95
95
95
65
75
80
Schools.
Brought forward.
Edgewood	
Edwards Creek	
Elk Bridge	
Elk Prairie	
Empire Valley	
Erie  	
Falconer  	
Falkland	
Fauquier	
Ferguson 	
Fife	
Fire Valley	
Flagstone 	
Fort George	
Fort George, South. .
Foster's Bar	
Galena	
Galena Bay	
Galiano	
Galloway	
Gambier Island	
Georgetown	
Gerrard	
Gillis Bay ....   	
Granby Bay 	
Granite Bay	
Grindrod	
Haliday	
Hall's Landing	
Harbledown Island .
Harper's Camp	
Harrop	
Hazelton	
Heriot Bay	
Hidden Lake	
Highland	
Hilton	
Holberg	
Hope Station	
Horse Creek	
Hurlingham	
Huscroft	
Ingram Mountain ...
Inverness..     	
Isabella Point	
Jordan River 	
Kedleston	
Keef ers	
Keleva	
Kelowna, East	
Kettle River, North.
Killarney	
Kimberley	
Kitsumgallum	
Lac la Hache	
Do. North
Lake Buntzen	
Lancaster  	
Little Fort	
.12 months to 31st March, 1914
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
12
.12
.12
12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
12
.12
.12
.12
.12
Carried forward. 3 Geo. 5
Estimates (1913-14).
E 33
VIIL—EDUCATION.—Continued.
Salaries of Teachers in Assisted Schools.—Continued.
Twelve Mos.
Monthly
Salary.
Salary.
$110,496
Brought forward.
816
$ 68
 12 months to 31st March, 1914
780
65
 12       „                      ,
876
73
 12
1,200
100
Malcolm Island, Principal	
    12        „                        ,
900
75
Do.            2nd division	
 12       ,,                       ,
1,140
95
 12        „                        ,
840
70
 .12       „                      ,
900
75
 12        ,,                        ,
1,080
90
 12
900
75
 12       ,,                       ,
780
65
   12       ,,            '         ,
900
75
 12       „                       ,
900
75
Myers Flat	
 12
900
75
 12       ,,                       ,
900
75
McGuire	
 12
960
80
   12       ,,                      ,
900
75
 12
780
65
 12       „                       ,
960
80
 12
780
65
 12
900
75
Olalla	
 12
900
75
Paterson	
 12
900
75
 .12
780
65
 12
1,020
85
 12        „                        ,
960
80
 12
1,200
100
Pounce Coupe	
 12
1,200
100
 ....12       ,,                      ,
1,020
85
 12
900
75
Do.         3rd     do	
 12
960
80
 12
780
65
 12
900
75
 12
720
60
 12       ,,                       ,
720
60
 12        „                        ,
780
65
 12
900
75
 12        ,,                          ,
900
75
 12        ,,                          ,
900
75
Do.       Lower	
 12
960
80
 12        „                        ,
900
75
   12       ,,                      ,
780
65
 12
840
70
 12        „                        ,
840
70
 12        ,,                        ,
1,080
90
 12
780
65
 12
900
75
 12        „                        ,
780
65
 12        „                        ,
780
65
 12        „                        ,
840
70
 12        „                        ,
840
70
 12       ,,                       ,
840
70
 12
960
80
 12
960
80
 12
960
80
 12
1,020
85
 12
900
75
 12
900
75
 12
1,140
95
 12       ,,                       ,
780
65
Carried forward.
 12
$164,808 E 34
Estimates (1913-14).
1913
VIII.— EDUCATION.—Continued.
Salaries op Teachers in Assisted Schools.—Concluded,
Twelve Mos.
Monthly
Salary.
Salary.
$164,808
876
$ 73
780
65
1,320
110
1,020
85
900
75
780
65
900
75
1,260
105
1,200
100
900
75
840
70
1,020
85
960
80
936
78
780
65
900
75
900
75
1,020
85
1,020
85
1,020
85
816
68
876
73
1,080
90
900
75
780
65
1,140
95
900
75
1,020
85
1,020
85
900
75
900
75
780
65
900
75
840
70
$196,992
School.
Brought forward.
Sorrento  12 months to 31st March, 1914
Squamish, Lower 12 ,, ,,
Stewart, Principal 12 ,, ,,
Do.    2nd division....    12 ,, ,,
Summit Lake 12 ,, ,,
Sunnyside 12 ,, ,,
Syringa Creek 12 ,, ,,
Telegraph Creek 12 ,, ,,
Telkwa  12
Three Forks 12
Three Valley 12
Thrums  12 ,, „
Trout Lake 12 ,, „
Tulameen  12 ,, ,,
Turtle Valley 12
Ucluelet 12 ,, ,,
Valdes Island     12 ,, ,,
Waldo 12
Wapta 12 ,,
Wasa 12 ,, ,,
Watmore 12 ,, ,,
Whaletown    12 ,, ,,
Whatehan Valley, Principal 12 ,, ,,
Do.            2nd division 12 ,, ,,
Whiteman's Creek 12 ,, ,,
Williams Lake 12 ,, ,,
Williams Siding 12 ,, ,,
Wilmer 12
Windermere 12 ,, ,,
Winlaw 12
Wolfson Bay   12 „ „
Woodville Road  12 ,, ,,
Wynndel 12 ,, ,,
Yale    12
Salaries of Teachers of Schools in Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway Belt.
$ 840
$ 70
 12 months to Slst March, 1914
840
70
 12
1,080
90
 12
,,                       ,,
840
70
Do.      2nd division	
 12
780
65
Do.      3rd      do	
 12
840
70
Cedar, East    ,     !
 12
936
78
Do.    North	
 12
900
75
Do.    South	
 12
1,080
90
 12
840
70
 12
780
65
Do.            3rd     do	
 12
936
78
 12
1,080
90
 12
840
70
 12
780
65
Do.        3rd     do	
 12
960
80
 12
720
60
 12
..
876
73
Carried forivard.
 12
> j                       ?)
$ 15,948 3 Geo. 5
Estimates (1913-14).
E 35
VI1L—EDUCATION.—Concluded.
Salaries of Teachers of Schools in Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway Belt.—Concluded.
Twelve Mos.
Monthly
Salary.
Salary.
$ 15,948
960
$80
1,140
95
900
75
780
65
840
- 70
840
70
900
75
840
70
780
65
1,080
90
840
70
780
65
780
65
840
70
840
70
840
70
960
80
816
68
840
70
1,080
90
840
70
780
65
900
75
900
75
840
70
1,020
85
840
70
936
78
840
70
816
68
900
75
816
68
780
65
780
65
780
65
936
78
876
73
1,056
88
780
65
1,056
88
780
65
1,140
95
900
75
780
65
$54,696
School.
Brought forward.
Diamond Crossing 12 months to 31st March, 1914
Extension, Principal 12
Do.        2nd division 12
Do. 3rd      do    12
Fanny Bay 12
French Creek 12
Gill 12
Glenora 12
Grantham 12
Harewood, Principal 12
Do.        2nd division 12
Do.        Srd     do 12
Headquarters 12
Koksilah 12
Lazo        12
Malahat 12
Minto 12
Montrose 12
M ountain        12
Nanaimo Bay, Principal 12
Do.       2nd division 12
Do.       3rd     do 12
Nanaimo, North 12
Do.        South 12
Nob Hill    12
Northfield, Principal 12
Do.       2nd division 12
Number 7 Mine 12
Oyster 12
Do.   East 12
Do.   North 12
Parksville 12
Qualicum 12
Do.      Little 12
Sahtlam    12
Sandwick 12
Shawnigan   12
Union Ba3', Principal  12
Do.        2nd division 12
Wellington, Principal 12
Do. 2nd division    .12
Do. South, Principal 12
Do. do.    2nd division 12
Do- do.    3rd     do 12 E 36
Estimates (1913-14).
1913
IX.—TRANSPORT.
To be Voted per Statement (J)
$163,000.00.
No. of
Vote.
100
101
TRANSPORT.
Details.
Charges on Remittances  	
Travelling Expenses of Officers on duty
Estimated for
Service ending
Slst Mar., 1914.
$ 3,000
160,000
Total.
$163,000 00
XL—REVENUE SERVICES.
To be Voted per Statement (L) • • • $50,000.00.
No. of
Vote.
L
Estimated for
Service ending
31st Mar., 1914.
Total.
102
COLLECTION OF REVENUE,
Details.
Commission, Courts of Appeal, Travelling Expenses and Miscellaneous..
$ 50,000 00
$ 50,000 00
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS.
To be Voted per Statement (M)
$9,682,600.00.
No. of
Vote.
M
Estimated for
Service ending
31st Mar., 1914.
$3,445,000 00
5,961,500 00
126,100 00
150,000 00
Total.
103 131
132-1/1
172 220
221
$9,682,600 00
No. of
Vote.
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
SERVICE.
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS.
Works and Buildinos.
Administrative Building, Victoria	
Court-house, Quesnel	
Do. Revelstoke (completion)	
Do. Vancouver (west wing)   	
Do. Vancouver (east wing) ,	
Do. Vernon (completion)	
Furniture, Government Offices, throughout the Province	
Government Buildings, Nicola District	
Do. Prince Rupert	
Gaols and Lock-ups throughout the Province (maintenance and repairs)
improvement of Government Grounds, Victoria	
Improvement of Government Reserves throughout the Province   	
Industrial School for Girls (completion)	
Land Registry Office, New Westminster (improvements)	
Mental Hospital, Essondale (completion)	
Carried forward	
Estimated for
Service ending
31st Mar., 1914.
$75,000 00
25,000 00
40,000 00
200,000 00
100,000 00
125,000 00
40,000 00
25,000 00
100,000 00
75,000 00
25,000 00
10,000 00
25,000 00
30,000 00
65,000 00
$960,000 00
Total. 3 Geo. 5
Estimates (1913-14).
E 37
No. of
Vote.
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
SERVICE.
Brought forward...
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS. —Continued.
Wokks and Buildings.—Concluded.
Mental Hospital, Essondale (residences, grading, etc.)	
Parliament Buildings (extension)	
Prison Farm, Oakalla (including new wing)    	
Provincial Gaol, Victoria	
Protection of River Banks	
Provincial Government Buildings,  London, Eng      	
Provincial Home, Kamloops (completion)	
Provincial Normal School, Vancouver (maintenance)	
Provincial Normal School, Victoria	
Provincial University (re-vote)	
Public Schools throughout the Province 	
Repairs to  Buildings, furniture, fuel, light, etc. (Government  House.
Victoria), including up-keep of garden	
Repairs to Government Buildings throughout the Province	
Repairs to Parliament Buildings	
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.
Alberni
Atlin
Cariboo
Chilliwhack
Columbia
Comox
Cowichan
Cranbrook
Delta
Dewdney
Esquimalt
Fernie
Grand Forks
Greenwood
The Islands
Kamloops
Kaslo
Lillooet
Nanaimo City
Newcastle
Okanagan
Revelstoke
Richmond
Saanich
Similkameen
Skeena
Slocan
Yale
Ymir
Road, Banff-Windermere    	
Road, Hope-Princeton	
Roads, Point Grey	
Development, Strathcona Park	
Location of roads	
Road Machinery  	
Wharves generally	
Bridges generally	
Bridges, Prince Rupert (conditional)	
Bridge across Second Narrows, Burrard Inlet (conditional—re vote)
Bridge,  Fraser   River,  New   Westminster  (maintenance  and  repairs,
including salaries)   ■ ■ ■ •   	
District.
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 forivard.
Estimated for
Service ending
31st Mar., 1914.
$960,000 00
150,000 00
500,000 00
150,000 00
100,000 00
50,000 00
250,000 00
10,000 00
5,000 00
100,000 00
500,000 00
550,000 00
50,000 00
40,000 00
30,000 00
127,000 00
50,000 00
265,000 00
99,000 00
112,500 00
150,000 00
78,000 00
135,000 00
94,000 00
198,000 00
109,000 00
135,000 00
88,000 00
63,000 00
55,000 00
144,000 00
95,000 00
145,000 00
22,000 00
58,000 00
260,000 00
115,000 00
250,000 00
60,000 00
210,0U0 00
403,000 00
105,000 00
115,000 00
170,000 00
60,000 00
120,000 00
75,000 00
150,000 00
75,000 00
130,000 00
60,000 00
918,000 00
35,000 00
400,000 00
28,000 00
Total.
53,445,000 00
5,961,500 00
9,406,500 00 E 38
Estimates (1913-14).
1913
No. of
Vote.
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
SERVICE.
Brought forward	
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS Concluded.
Subsidies to Steamboats, Ferries, and Bridges.
Canoe River (including new ferry)	
Columbia River, Briscoe	
Do. Carbonate....'.	
Fraser River at Alexandria (establishing)
Agassiz.
Big Bar	
Fort George    	
Harrison-Chilliwack	
High Bar	
Hope .    ,	
Lytton (above)	
Mission (including repairs)	
Quesnel	
Ruby Creek	
Soda Creek 	
Twenty-Mile Post, above Lillooet..
Woodward's Landing (establishing)
Yale	
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
East Summerland	
Hall's Landing	
Kelowna	
Kootenay River, Reclamation Farm (including repairs)	
Nechaco River,  Fraser Lake (renewal and maintenance)	
Do. Fort George .   	
Do. Milne's Landing	
North Thompson River, Bester, Mosquito Flat (including new scow)
Do. Jones .     	
Do. Little Fort   	
Do. Peterson's	
Do. Stillwater Flats, cable  	
Do. Upper Crossing	
Pitt River (including repairs)	
South Thompson, Ducks	
Do. Pritchard	
Stewart Lake	
Skeena River, Breckenridge	
Do. Copper City	
Do. Kitwangar (establishing)   	
Do. Meanskinisht (establishing)        	
Do. Terrace	
Do. Usk (establishing)	
WTest Arm, Kootenay Lake, at Nelson (establishing)	
Bridge Tenders.
Canoe Pass . .
Eburne	
Kamloops (2).
Subsidies to Steamboats.
Anderson Lake (conditional)	
Columbia River, above Revelstoke	
Dog Lake, Similkameen	
South Thompson River and Shuswap (conditional) .
Contingencies.
Contingencies for Public Works (generally)	
Estimated for
Service ending
Slst Mar., 1914.
1,
$4,100 00
500 00
500 00
4,300 00
4,500 00
300 00
900 00
600 00
300 00
3,600 00
480 00
10,000 00
1,000 00
400 00
4,500 00
300 00
39,000 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
400 00
1,000 00
1,200 00
3,500 00
900 00
900 00
,500 00
600 00
900 00
1,000 00
100 00
1,000 00
1,020 00
650 00
600 00
450 00
800 00
1,200 00
4,500 00
4,500 00
1,000 00
4,500 00
6,000 00
720 00
840 00
540 00
500 00
3,000 00
1,000 00
4,000 00
Total.
9,406,500 00
126,100 00
150,000 00
,682,600 00 3 Geo. 5
Estimates (1913-14).
E 39
XIII.—MISCELLANEOUS EXPENDITURE.
To be Voted per Statement (|\|) • • •    $3,086,410.00
No. of
Vote.
N
222
223
224
225
226
227
228
229
230
231
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
245
246
247
248
249
250
251
252
253
254
255
256
257
258
259
260
261
262
263
264
265
266
267
268
269
270
271
272
273
274
275
XIII. —MISCELLANEOUS.
Details.
Advertising	
Civil Service Commissioners,  Examiners and Registrar, under " Public
Service Act "  	
Collecting Archives    	
Grant to Aged Women's Home, Victoria	
Grant to Boy Scouts (Province)	
Grant to Canadian Handicrafts Guild, Vancouver        ....
Grant to Protective Home for Girls, Vancouver (conditional)	
Grant to St. John's Ambulance Association    	
Grant to Vancouver Rescue Mission	
Grant to Victorian Order of Nurses (Province)	
Grant to Young Women's Christian Association, Victoria	
Postage and Expressage 	
Provincial Board of Health (other than salaries)	
Provincial University (Completion of plans and organization)	
Stationery	
Coal Miners' Examinations (allowance to Examiners and Secretaries) . ..
Grant to western branch of Canadian Mining Institute	
Grant to International Geological Convention	
Agricultural Associations	
Board of Horticulture (travelling expenses, etc.) .".
British Columbia Stock Breeders	
Collection of Agricultural statistics	
Dairymen's Association	
Demonstration orchards and experimental trees	
Department of Agriculture, Outside Service (administration)   	
Fruit handling and pre-cooling investigation work	
Fruit Exhibitions and General Publicity Work	
Fruit-growers' Association	
Fruit-packing Schools	
Inspection of nursery stock, fruit, etc.,   demonstration  spraying,   and
cost of suppression of fruit diseases	
Government kinematograph work	
Grant in aid of B. C. Poultry Association	
Grant in aid of Farmers' and Women's Institutes, expenses of lectures,
and general education-work ,	
Poultry Shows	
Compensation to owners of cattle slaughtered for tuberculosis	
Flockmasters' Association	
Destruction of Wolves, Panthers, Coyotes, etc. (bounties and salaries)..
Fuel and Light	
Grant in aid of Central Park improvements    	
Grant in aid of Militia	
Grant in aid of Provincial Rifle Associations	
Grant to Alpine Club of Canada	
Grant to Canadian Forestry Association	
Grant to City of Phoenix	
Grant to City of Rossland	
Grant to the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals	
Grant to Victoria Seamen's Institute	
Grant to Central Mission, Limited (conditional)	
Grant to Western Canada Irrigation Association	
Songhees Indian Reserve Improvements	
Interest on Suitors' Fund Deposits ....   	
Premiums on Guarantee Bonds	
Refunds	
Rents    	
Carried forward.
Estimated for
Service ending
31st Mar., 1914.
$65,000 00
2,000 00
12,500 00
2,000 00
1,000 00
500 00
10,000 00
1,000 00
5,000 00
500 00
5,000 00
40,000 00
50,000 00
20,000 00
55,000 00
3,500 00
1,000 00
5,000 00
90,000 00
3,000 00
3,000 00
4,000 00
3,000 00
3,000 00
35,000 00
3,000 00
45,000 00
6,500 00
5,000 00
25,000 00
5,000 00
4,000 00
20,000 00
4,000 00
10,000 00
250 00
26,000 00
32,000 00
3,000 00
3,000 00
4,500 00
1,500 00
200 00
4,000 00
12,000 00
750 00
2,500 00
10,000 00
1,000 00
300,000 00
3,500 00
2,500 00
20,000 00
4,000 00
$978,200 00
Total. E 40
Estimates (1913-14).
1913
No. of
Vote.
276
277
278
279
280
281
282
283
284
285
286
SERVICE.
Brought forward....
XIII. —MISCELLANEOUS.—Continued.
Details.—Continued.
Telegrams	
Telephone Service  	
In aid of communication with Remote Settlements, Alert Bay to Kingcome
Inlet ! .'	
Boiler Inspection (maintenance, wages, repairs, etc., Launch "Adanac")
Game Protection (including temporary salaries and travelling expenses).
Libraries—Departmental    $1,500 00
Legislative    20,000 00
Travelling          4,000 00
Royal Commissions	
Irrigation Convention, Kelowna	
Bureau of Statistics (salaries)	
Temporary Assistance in all Offices	
Miscellaneous, not detailed in Estimates
Vote No. 287.—Department of Lands.
Forest Branch.
Miscellaneous (including salaries of temporary staff, incidental
expenses, etc) $77,000 00
Forest Protection Fund 176,000 00
Lands Branch.
Inspection of Pre-emptions and Lands (including salaries and
expenses)  $20,000 00
Dry lands investigation and experiments   50,000 00
Townsites and Suburban land clearing 200,000 00
Surveyor- General's Department.
Maps (including lithographing, printing, and publishing new
map of Province) $23,000 00
Surveys throughout the Province 750,000 00
Water Rights Branch.
Expert assistance $10,000 00
Surveys (general)   84,000 00
Board of Investigation (including salaries & travelling exp.)..  20,000 00
Collecting rainfall and climate statistics       1,000 00
Public   irrigation   corporations—surveys  and  investigations
(including salaries and travelling expenses)    10,000 00
Vote No. 288.—Agent-General's Office, London.
Salary of Agent-General,  including clerical  assistance,   rent of  office,
advertising, etc., 12 months, to 31st March, 1914	
Estimated for
Service ending
Slst Mar., 1914.
Vote No. 289—Immigration.
Miscellaneous requirements	
Carried forward
978,200 00
13,000 00
15,000 00
300 00
4,000 00
17,000 00
25,500 00
150,000 00
1,000 00
2,500 00
150,000 00
105,000 00
253,000 00
270,000 00
773,000 00
125,000 00
30,000 00
50,000 00
$2,962,500 00
Total. 3 Geo. 5
Estimates (1913-14).
E 41
No. of
Vote,
SERVICE.
Brought forivard	
XIII. —MISCELLAN EOUS.—Concluded.
Details.—Concluded.
Vote No. 290.—Subsidy to Railways.
Grant to Canadian Pacific Railway Co., towards reconstruction of Kaslo
and Slocan Railway (re-vote)	
Vote No. 291.—Superannuation.
C. H. F. Blake 12 months to 31st Mar., 1914,
Mrs, E. J Corrigan 12
H. S. T. Henderson 12
S. B. Green 12
Jno. D. Hopkins 12
A. G. Brown 12
J. H. Mason 12
P. Murphy 12
Jno. Strang 12
J. Burr 12
C. E. Costerton   12
Geo. Cunningham 12
W. T. L. House 12
B. Marshall 12
E. J. Parsons 12
S.  Phipps 12
W. Dodd 12
A. Holmes 12
H. J.  Sharpe 12
W.  Stephenson 12
Mrs. R. Wolfenden 12
A. Stevenson 12
A. Carney   12
T. C. Boulton 12
C. E. Holt 12
G.  Murray 12
J. R. Anderson 12
A.  Dick 12
J. K.  Worsfold  12
W. Gordon 12
J. Porter 12
T. E. Wooldridge 12
T. Leith 12
W. S. Gore 12
E. B. McKay    12
F. Soues 12
<&\
25
300
25
300
30
360
30
360
35
420
35
420
35
420
35
420
40
480
40
480
40
480
40
480
40
480
40
480
40
480
50
600
50
600
55
660
"55
660
55
660
60
720
62.50 750
65
780
65
780
65
780
to
900
75
900
75
900
80
960
80
960
80
960
90
1,080
100
1,200
100
1,200
100
1,200
Estimated for
Service ending
31st Mar., 1914.
$2,962,500 00
100,000 00
23,910 00
Total.
$3,086,410 00  3 Geo. 5
Supplementary Estimates.
E 43
1912-1913.
SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE
OP   THE   PROVINCE   OP
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
Financial Year Ending 31st   March 1913.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Estimated
for Service
ending Slst
March, 1913.
Total.
5
I.—PUBLIC DEBT.
Vote No. 5.—Redemption of Debentuk.es.
Additional to $4,000 voted—$30,000 Dyking Debentures @ 95 %
$28,500 00
$28,500 00
180 00
1,650 00
120 00
300 00
2,280 00
890 35
9
14
II.—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).
Vote No. 9.—Department of Mines.
Vote No. 14.—Attorney General's Department.
Land Registry Offices.
Nelson.
Provincial Police.
Superintendent's Office.
Additional to $8 124 voted            	
Cariboo Police District.
Four Constables (salary), Tete Jaune Cache 6 months each @ $95
Fort St. John Police District.
$5,420 35
$28,500 00 E 44
Supplementary Estimates.
1913
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Estimated
for Service
ending 31st
March, 1913.
Total.
$5,420 35
$28,500 00
II.—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Concluded.
15
Vote No. 15.—Government Agencies.
West Kootenay Agencies.
Revelstoke Agency.
Additional salary of Janitor 12 months @ $10
120 00
Westminster District Agencies.
Vancouver Agency.
Government Agent                 (salary) 8 months @ $164
Mining Recorder and Clerk        n       8        »            125
Clerk                                                „         4        „              75
1,312 00
1,000 00
300 00
360 00
400 00
8,912 35
III.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (SALARIES).
17
Vote No. 17.—Stipendiary Magistrates.
Stipendiary Magistrates, provisional (additional to $2,500 voted)	
991 67
18
Vote No. 18.—County Gaols.
Prison Farm,  Oakalla.
Gaoler                n       7         »            75
Two Gaolers      /;        7          n each  70
Three   n              n        6           it     n      70
1,000 00
525 00
980 00
2,940 00
1,260 00
310 33
25 66
Do.                    «                                     ..11     „      70
8,032 66
IV.—LEGISLATION.
Details.
19 {
Clerk of the House (additional to $1,000 voted)	
200 00
100 00
500 00
16,800 00
41,000 00
1,000 00
19a
Deputy Speaker, Sessional, to Slst March, 1913	
20
Indemnity to Members (additional to $50,400 voted)	
23
Expenses of Elections (additional to $1,000 voted)	
24
Contingent Fund                    /;                5,000      //      	
59,600 00
V—PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).
27
Vote No. 27.—Mental Hospital.
Colony Farm, Coquitlam.
To meet sundrv requirements re opening new building (additional to
$25,000 voted)  	
15,000 00
15,000 00
3,000 00
5,000 00
Furniture                           (additional to $37,000 voted)	
Clearing land                                „              35,000      n      	
Carried forward    	
$38,000 00
$105,045 01 3 Geo. 5
Supplementary Estimates.
E 45
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Estimated
for Service
ending 31st
March, 1913.
Total.
27
Brought forward	
V.—PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).—Concluded.
Vote No. 27.—Mental Hospital.—Concluded.
New  Westminster.
Maintenance, etc. (additional to $108,000 voted)	
$38,000 00
19,000 00
3,000 00
8,600 00
8,900 00
$105,045 01
28
Vote No. 28.—Printing Office, Victoria.
Extra assistance, Printing Office, etc.        (additional to $12,000 voted)
Printing-paper, material, and incidentals            n               45,000     »
77,500 00
2,000 00
61
VI.—HOSPITALS AND CHARITIES.
Vote No. 61.—In aid of Destitute Poor and Sick.
Additional to $18,000 voted	
2,000 00
500 00
43,000 00
26,000 00
6,800 00
66
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).
69
70
74
Transport of Constables and Prisoners (additional to $70,000 voted)..
76,300 00
1,000 00
6,500 00
2,500 00
75
VIII.—EDUCATION.
Education Office              (additional to $11,600 voted)	
76
Free Text-book Branch           n                40,000     n      	
77
10,000 00
44,000 00
84
XL—REVENUE SERVICES.
44,000 00
4,000 00
11,600 00
8,000 00
8,000 00
41,000 00
2,000 00
17,000 00
29,000 00
86
86a
XII.-PUBLIC   WORKS.
Works and Buildings.
Court-house, Grand Forks (completion) (additional to $22,500 voted)..
92
Furniture for Government Offices throughout the Province (additional
to $35,000 voted)	
93
94
104
107
Gaols and Lock-ups throughout the Province (maintenance and repairs)
(additional to $50,000 voted)	
Improvement of Govt. Grounds, Victoria (additional to $15,000 voted)
Provincial Normal School, Vancouver (gymnasium and general im-
Repairs to Buildings, etc.  (Government House, Victoria) (additional
to $35,000 voted) .                               ..             	
108
Repairs to Government Buildings throughout the Province (additional
to $30,000 voted)  	
120,600 00
$435,445 01 E 46
Supplementary Estimates.
191'
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Estimated
for Service
ending 31st
March, 1913.
Total.
$435,445 01
141
143
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS.—Concluded.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.
Roads, Point Grey (additional to $80,000 voted)	
$20,000 00
27,000 00
13,000 00
145
Subsidies to Steamboats, Ferries, and Bridges.
Ferries.
60,000 00
159
2,000 00
508 00
430 00
182
184
Do.            Copper City „            1,500      n      	
2,938 00
5,000 00
9,500 00
6,750 00
9,000 00
400 00
3,000 00
11,500 00
2,000 00
3,800 00
4,000 00
6,000 00
50,000 00
30,000 00
11,000 00
9,009 30
3,000 00
3,395 12
5,000 00
509 25
692 88
200 00
673 12
47,000 00
1,500 00
550 00
545 00
625 00
9,000 00
2,956 63
6,422 12
195
203
205
206
231
240
242
243
244
245
250
253
254a
XIII. —MISCELLANEOUS.
Collecting Archives                                      (additional to $ 8,700  voted)
Postage and expressage                                         a                30,000        »
Provincial University—Miscellaneous               //                10,000        »
Stationery                                                                  n               40,000        n
Grant in aid of Provincial Rifle Association     n                  3,500        n
Interest on Suitors'Fund Deposits                      //                  1,500        n
Refunds                                                                     „                15,000
Rents                                                                          »                  3,500        /,
Telegrams                                                                  „                10,000        ,t
Telephone Service                                                    „                13,000
Royal Commissions                                                 »                25,000        »
Temporary Assistance in all Offices                    »              105,000        //
Allowance in settlement of all claims re coal and petroleum licences
254b
254c
Expenses of physical training course in connection with Strathcona
Trust	
254d
254e
254f
254g
254h
Subscription in London to " Titanic " disaster fund £105	
254i
254j
254k
254l
254m
254n
254o
254p
Expenses in connection with visit of the Governor-General	
Gratuity to the widow of the late Edward Mohun, 3 months salary...
Gratuity to the widow of the.late YV. H. Edmonds, 3     "           «...
Gratuity to the widow of the late J. D. Buchanan   3      //            n    ...
258
Vote No. 258.—Re-purchase of Subsidy Lands.
British Columbia Southern Ry. Co. (additional to $1,016,922.92 voted)
Columbia and Western Ry. Co.                 n                    482,813.06       //
243,028 42
$741,411 43 3 Geo. 5
Supplementary Estimates.
E 47
1911-1912.
SCHEDULE A.
SUMS granted to His Majesty to make good certain sums expended for the Public Service
for the fiscal year ended 31st March, 1912, and to indemnify the several officers and persons
for making such expenditures.
SERVICE.
I.—Public Debt.
Discount and Commission.
IV.—Legislation.
Registration of Voters .
Contingent Fund	
-Public Institutions (Maintenance).
Hospitals for the Insane, Coquitlam, New Westminster and Vernon ,
Printing Office, Victoria	
VI.—Hospitals and Charities,
In aid of Resident Physician, Nakusp .
In aid of Destitute Poor and Sick	
VII.—Administration op Justice (other than Salaries).
Expenses of Inquests	
Special Constables	
Transport of Constables and Prisoners.
Miscellaneous	
IX.—Transport.
Travelling expenses of Officers on Duty	
XI.—Revenue.
Commission, Courts of Appeal, Travelling Expenses, and Miscellaneous	
XII.—Public Works.
Works and Buildings.
Court-house, New Westminster (heating, sidewalks, retaining wall, etc.)	
Do. Vancouver (completion, etc.)	
Furniture for Government Offices throughout the Province	
Hospital for the Insane, Coquitlam (completion Farm-houses, etc.)	
Improvement of Government Reserves throughout the Province	
Prison Farm and Buildings           	
Provincial Normal School, Vancouver (Maintenance and Repairs)	
Public Schools throughout the Province (Construction, Repairs, and Furniture)	
Repairs to Buildings, Furniture, Fuel, Light, Water, etc., Government House, Victoria
(including upkeep of Garden)	
Repairs to Government Buildings throughout the Province	
Repairs to Parliament Buildings.	
Roads, Streets, and Wharves.
Alberni       District.
Cariboo 11
Columbia n
Cowichan n
Cranbrook n
Delta it
Esquimalt ii
Fernie it
Grand Forks n
Greenwood u
Kaslo i r
Lillooet it
Okanagan n
Revelstoke n
Richmond n
Contingencies	
Carried forward.
$  196 51
16,821 04
11,516 32
37 50
2,038 86
735 90
5,016 70
3,726 17
1,777 04
27 00
38,564 16
1,088 50
] 0,052 10
2,982 46
13,854 65
280 39
169 32
129 41
1,820 68
2,280 94
485 98
862 86
24 74
11 35
106 68
1,002 95
996 27
168 02
44 92
1 60
1,470 22
82 28
47 65
4 72
41 24
231 04
$     359 94
2,700 37
11,255 81
7,609 18
7,349 25
5,582 52
$136,520 40 E 48
Supplementary Estimates.
1913
SERVICE.
Brought forward.
XII.—Public Works—Concluded.
Bridges.
Bridge, Fraser River at New Westminster (Maintenance)
Bridges throughout the Province	
Ferries.
Copper River (equipment)	
Fraser River, at Fort George (establishing) 	
Do. ii Lytton (above)    ...
Do. it  Mission (and establishing new ferry) .
East Summerland	
Naas River (equipment) 	
XIII.—Miscellaneous.
I expenses incurred in
Advertising	
Collecting Archives	
Postage and Expressage	
Stationery	
Demonstration Orchards, including Demonstration Spraying
conducting Fruit-packing Schools    	
Department of Agriculture, including Inspection of Orchards, Preservation of Fruits.
etc., and Compensation to Owners of Cattle slaughtered for Tuberculosis	
Destruction of Wolves, Panthers, Coyotes, etc	
Fruit Exhibitions	
Fuel and Light	
Grant in aid of B.C. Poultry Association	
Grant in aid of Women's Institutes	
Premiums on Guarantee Bonds	
Refunds	
Rents.
Telegrams	
Telephone service	
Log-scaling (other than salaries)....
Game Protection        n
Libraries	
Temporary Assistance in all Offices.
Purchase of Draegar apparatus ....
Agent-General's Office, London....
Superannuations	
|  10,653 70
232,673 22
58 85
1,180 75
27 60
153 66
166 00
3 19
3,689 73
885 82
904 49
2,487 37
3,267 04
9,653 14
1,574 00
740 86
5,339 19
872 21
613 02
193 23
1,258 53
338 00
3,009 29
126 21
745 30
14 39
293 82
3,952 54
15 40
2,108 01
120 00
Total.
4136,520 40
243,326 92
1,590 05
42,201 59
S423.638 96
VICTORIA,  B.C. :
Printed by William H. Ctjllin, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1913.

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