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 BRITISH COLUMBIA
PUBLIC   ACCOUNTS
FISCAL YEAR ENDED 31ST MARCH, 1919
PERIOD PEOM 1ST APRIL, 1918, TO 31ST MARCH, 1919
PRINTED BY
AUTHORITY OF THE  LEGISLATIVE  ASSEMBLY.
VICTORIA, B.C.:
Frinted by William H.  Cullin, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1920.  To Colonel the Honourable Edward Gawler Prior,
A Member of the King's Privy Council for Canada,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour:
The undersigned has the honour to present the Public Accounts of British
Columbia for the fiscal year ending 31st March, 1919.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
John haet,
Minister of Finance.
Treasury Department,
Victoria, 23rd December, 1919. The Honourable John Hart,
Minister of Finance,
Victoria, B.C.,
23rd December, 1919.
Sir,—I have the honour to submit herewith the Public Accounts of the Province
of British Columbia for the fiscal year ended 31st March, 1919.
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,
A. N. MOUAT, C.A.,
Comptroller-General. ORDER OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS.
PAGE.
vi.-xi.—Balance Sheet.
xii.—Consolidated Surplus Account.
xiii.—Summarized  Comparative   Statement  of  Estimated  and  Actual  Revenue   and   Expenditure.
xiv.-xv.—Details of Revenue.
xvi.-xxvii.—Statement of Appropriation and Expenditure.
1-323.—Details of'Current Expenditure.
224-226.—Details of Capital Expenditure.
227.—"Conservation Fund," Summary of Receipts and Disbursements.
228-229.—Liquor Vendors' Balance Sheet and Trading Account.
230-231.—Comparative Statement oe Revenue for 5 Years.
232-233.—Memorandum re Comparative Statement of Expenditure.
234-235.—Proposed Form of Comparative Statement of Expenditure.
236.—Receipts and Expenditures, from 1st July, 1902, to 31st March, 1918.
237.—Inscribed Stock issued under the British Columbia Loan Acts.
238.—Debentures Outstanding issued under the British Columbia Loan Acts.
239.—Debentures Outstanding issued under the Dyking Acts.
240-242.—Sinking Fund Accounts.
243-244.—Securities deposited with the Government pursuant to various Acts.
245.—Nakusp and Slocan Railway Company's Account.
247.—Index to Details of Revenue and Expenditure. C vi. Public'Accounts, 1st April, 1918, to 31st March, 1919.
THE  GOVERNMENT OF THE
BALANCE SHEET FOR THE
CAPITAL   ASSETS.
REALIZABLE OR INCOME PRODUCING:
DOMINION OF CANADA :
Capital Account, " Terms of Union "—
Interest,                capitalized at 5 per cent   $   583,021 40
Annual subsidy,               n           5      „         3,600,000 00
Grant per capita,             „          5      n         6,279,680 00
Lands conveyed,               .,           5      ,,         2,000,000 00
- $12,462,701 40
INVESTMENT FOR REDEMPTION OF BRITISH COLUMBIA STOCK AND DEBENTURES:
Sinking Fund, Loans 1891-3-6-9 and 1902  $3,089,256 82
n              Loan 1914  593,264 96
,i              Loan 1915  785,979 89
„              Loan 1916  327,083 48
„             Loan 1917 ,  8,622 54
„              B.C. Dyking Debentures ,  82,065 46
6,273 15
DYKING DISTRICTS ("DYKING ASSESSMENTS ADJUSTMENT ACT, 1905"):
Capital Account   $544,464 99
Maintenance Account       97,593 29
Interest Account       16,25S 49
 $   658,316 77
Less Sinking Fund Assessments  100,751 07
FORMER INDIAN RESERVATIONS ACQUIRED:
Kitsilano Reserve, Vancouver  S    $   300,000 00
Songhees Reserve, Victoria         999,971 57
1,299,971 57
PROPERTIES ACQUIRED UNDER "SOLDIERS LAND ACT, 1918":
South Vancouver.    S      4,867 78
Southern Okanagan         352,192 87
 357,060 65
RAILWAY SUBSIDY LANDS REPURCHASED      1,509,114 73
FAIRVIEW WORKS, FAIRVIEW  29,447 26
PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT LIQUOR VENDORS  120,259 72
 $21,222,394 18
BUILDINGS, ROADS, BRIDGES, AND OTHER PROPERTIES:
PROVINCIAL BUILDINGS AND FURNISHINGS $10,843,553 74
TRUNK AND MAIN ROADS      4,260,-754 48
BRIDGES (INCLUDING NEW WESTMINSTER BRIDGE)      4,995,157 79
WHARVES (INCLUDING PRINCE RUPERT WHARF) '  264,197 04
FISH HATCHERY, SETON LAKE, LILLOOET, B.C  28,700 00
 20,392,363 05
Carried forward $41,614,757 23 10 Geo. 5     Public Accounts, 1st April, 1918, to 31st March, 1919.
C vii.
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
YEAR ENDED 31st MARCH, 1919.
CAPITAL   LIABILITIES.
BRITISH COLUMBIA STOCK AND DEBENTURES:
LOAN ACT, 1891, 3 PER CENT, DUE 30th  JUNE,   1941    $2,139,14100
ii    1893, 3
,,    1895, 3
i,    1899, 3
1902, 3
,i    1914, 4i
ri    1915, 4J
ii    1916, 4J
1916, 5
ii    1917, 5
,,    1917, 5
„    1917, 5
,i    1917, 5
1918, 6J
DYKING DEBENTURES,
,                           ii                       1941  599,945 00
,                           ii                       1941   2,037,000 00
i                           „                       1941  1,649,000 00
1941  3,496,850 00
i           ■             1ST APRIL,    1941  7,275,000 00
1ST DEC,       1925  3,130,000 00
i                          30TH JUNE,   1926 ".  2,000,000 00
i                          1st APRIL, ' 1928  1,000,000 00
1ST DEC,       1937  300,000 00
1ST APRIL,    1938  200,000 00
1ST NOV.,       1938  100,000 00
i                          1ST DEC,       1938  200,000 00
i                          5th MARCH, 1939  3,000,000 00
1897 AND 1899, 3J PER CENT. DUE JUNE 30th, 1937  445,000 00
MORTGAGE ON BRITISH COLUMBIA BUILDING, LONDON:
MATURING IN QUARTERLY INSTALMENTS TO 24tii JUNE, 1945	
',571,936 00
254,625 00
$27,826,561 00
BALANCE:
BEING  EXCESS OF CAPITAL ASSETS OVER CAPITAL LIABILITIES    13,788,196 23
Note.—In addition to the above liabilities the Province has guaranteed the principal and interest on securities as
follows :—
Authorized.
Canadian Northern Pacific Railway Co. (due 2nd April, 1950) $47,975,000 00
Pacific Great Eastern Railway Co. (due 15th July, 1942)  2(1,160,000 00
Vancouver and Districts Joint Sewarage and Drainage Board (due 1st March
1954)   2,433,333 00
French's Complex Ore Reduction Co., Ltd. (due 1st June, 1919)  65,000 00
Agricultural Credits Commission (due 1st May, 1941)  1,000,000 00
West Nicomen Dyking District (due 1st May, 1953)  90,000 00
$71,723,333 00
Issued.
$40,157,530 14
20,160,000 00
2,433,333 00
65,000 00
1,000,000 00
87,000 00
$63,902,863 14
Carried forward.
$41,614,757 23 C viii. Public Accounts, 1st April, 1918, to 31st March, 1919.
BALANCE SHEET FOR THE YEAR
CURRENT   ASSETS.
Brought forward $41,614,757 23
CASH AND ADVANCES:
CASH BALANCES IN TREASURY  S            60 21
CASH BALANCES IN HANDS OF GOVERNMENT AGENTS AND COLLECTORS. 1,028,897 57
CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE, CURRENT ACCOUNT  115,031 62
ADVANCES TO DEPARTMENTS  760,610 76
ADVANCES TO SCHOOL TRUSTEES OF RURAL DISTRICTS  5,993 28
ADVANCES TO LAND SETTLEMENT BOARD  542,302 73
ADVANCES TO " CONSERVATION FUND "  50,000 00
82,502,896 17
ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE:
ARREARS, ASSESSED TAXES '.  $2,073,194 00
ARREARS, PROBATE AND SUCCESSION DUTIES  224,510 16
ARREARS, TIMBER ROYALTY AND STUMPAGE  286,788 96
LOANS UNDER THE "DAIRY ASSOCIATIONS ACT"  3,400 00
LOANS UNDER THE "AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATIONS ACT"...   £190,567 26
Less SINKING FUNDS        25,431
165,125 78
LOANS UNDER THE " WATER ACT"  1,000 00
LOANS UNDER THE "CORPORATION OF THE DISTRICT OF SOUTH VANCOUVER AID ACT"  808,296 11
STUMPING-POWDER PURCHASE ACCOUNTS  13,612 78
B.C. LOAN TRUSTEES  54,234 68
DOMINION GOVERNMENT, ACCRUED INTEREST, TERMS OF UNION  7,287 76
VARIOUS  MINES (ROYALTIES AND TAXES ON COAL AND COKE)    70,067 13
SUNDRY DEBTORS  69,397 92
3,774,915 !
LIVE STOCK, STORES, AND EQUIPMENT:
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE    $     31,633 01
ATTORNEY-GENERAL  68,877 40
EDUCATION '.  18,874 62
FINANCE  6,249 00
LANDS  157,392 81
MINES  17,407 60
PROVINCIAL SECRETARY  270,138 62
PUBLIC WORKS  252,172 00
RAILWAYS  11,378 50
SPECIAL DEPOSITS, TRUST ACCOUNTS:
BANK OF MONTREAL, LAND REGISTRY ASSURANCE FUND  $     73,944 25
CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE:
Vancouver and Districts Joint Sewerage and Drainage Board  31,158 10
Canadian Northern Pacific Railway, Branch Lines Account   860,652 31
Canadian Northern Pacific Railway, Terminals Account  1,508,045 74
Pacific Great Eastern Railway  494,944 32
Workmen's Compensation Board .    352,673 61
French's Complex Ore Reduction Company, Limited  3,005 36
Lands Branch, Trust Account  67,593 72
Forest Branch, Trust Account  92,913 75
Water Rights Branch, Trust Account     34,788 76
Estates of Insane Persons  37,602 18
Dominion Government Grant re Agriculture  4,052 88
3,561,374 98
 10,673,309 99
Carried forward $52,288,067 22 10 Geo. 5     Public Accounts, 1st April, 1918, to 31st March, 1919.
C ix.
ENDED 3 1st MARCH,  1919—Continued.
CURRENT   LIABILITIES.
Brought forward    $41,614,757 23
TEMPORARY LOANS:
TREASURY BILLS (LOAN ACT, 1916)    $2,020,000 00
TREASURY  BILLS  (CORPORATION   OF   THE   DISTRICT  OF  SOUTH  VANCOUVER AID ACT, 1918)  790,000 00
 $2,810,000 00
ACCOUNTS PAYABLE:
SUNDRY CREDITORS    $1,738,935 16
INTEREST ACCRUED ON PUBLIC DEBT  379,786 66
 2,118,721 82
REVENUE RECEIVED IJN ADVANCE:
DOMINION GOVERNMENT, TERMS OF UNION  148,496 00
SPECIAL FUNDS, TRUST ACCOUNTS:
VANCOUVER AND DISTRICTS JOINT SEWERAGE AND DRAINAGE BOARD $     31,158 10
CANADIAN NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILWAY, BRANCH LINBSS ACCOUNT... 860,652 31
CANADIAN NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILWAY, TERMINALS ACCOUNT  1,508,045 74
PACIFIC GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY  494,944 32
WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION BOARD  352,673 61
FRENCH'S COMPLEX ORE REDUCTION COMPANY, LIMITED '  3,005 36
LANDS BRANCH, TRUST ACCOUNT  67,593 72
FOREST BRANCH, TRUST ACCOUNT  92,913 75
WATER RIGHTS BRANCH, TRUST ACCOUNT  34,788 76
ESTATES OF INSANE PERSONS  37,602 18
DOMINION GOVERNMENT GRANT re AGRICULTURE  4,052 88
FOREST PROTECTION FUND  24,474 77
CONSERVATION FUND  33,592 99
INTESTATE ESTATES  525,714 68
SUITORS' FUNDS  381,146 94
SURPLUS MONEYS PROM TAX SALES  18,562 55
OFFICIAL GUARDIAN  26,605 65
RURAL DISTRICTS SCHOOL TAX  59,505 09
 4,557,093 40
$9,634,311 22
BALANCE:
BEING EXCESS OF CURRENT ASSETS OVER CURRENT LIABILITIES      1,038,998 77
 -.    10,673,309 99
Carried forward.
$52,288,067 22 C x. Public Accounts, 1st April, 191S, to 31st March, 1919.
BALANCE SHEET FOR THE YEAR
DEFERRED ASSETS.
Brought forward $52,288,067 22
NAKUSP & SLOCAN RAILWAY COMPANY (Amount paid on account of principal and interest on
bonds, etc., in excess of Dominion Subsid}- and net earnings)    $   993,332 08
PACIFIC GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY (Interest on Guaranteed Bonds)      2,836,607 30
PACIFIC GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY' (Loan Account)      3,424,031 88
BANK OF VANCOUVER (In Liquidation) (Amount in Special Deposit Account)         100,086 37
 7,354,057 63
859,642,124 85 10 Geo. 5     Public Accounts, 1st April, 1918, to 31st March, 1919. G xi.
ENDED 3 1st MARCH,   1019—Concluded.
DEFERRED   LIABILITIES.
Brought forward  $52,288,067 22
BALANCE:
BEING BOOK VALUES OF "DEFERRED ASSETS," THE ULTIMATE REALIZATION OF WHICH CANNOT
.BE DETERMINED AT THIS DATE      7,354,057 63
859,642,124 85
I CERTIFY THAT the foregoing Balance Sheet is in agreement with the books of the Government of the Province of British
Columbia as at 31st March, 1919.
The amount at which the "Arrears of Assessed Taxes" appear, for the first time, in the Balance Sheet, under Current Assets,
represents the totals show-n by the Assessment Rolls, less deductions for cancellation of taxes due to the operation of the "Soldiers'
Homestead Act," and other items which may prove to be uncollectable.
A. N. MOUAT, C.A.,
Comptroller-General.
Victoria, B.C.,
23rd December, 1919. C xii.
Public Accounts, 1st April, 1918, to 31st March, 1919.
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C xiii.
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
SUMMARIZED COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF ESTIMATED AND ACTUAL
REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR
ENDED 31st MARCH, 1919.
Estimated.
|      29,840 00
677,585 00
3,000 00
6,645,215 13
38,000 00
2,203,050 00
2,000 00
112,100 00
211,665 00
42,100 00
36,000 00
, 9,900,055 13
$ 1,409
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220.
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1,804
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704.
16,
335,
1,772.
1,815.
41.
,678 08
,000 00
750 00
684 00
631 00
040 00
379 00
,175 00
226 66
170 00
504 00
845 00
740 00
730 00
? 9,882
1,956
552 74
212 83
*ll,i
1,765 57
REVENUE.
CURRENT ACCOUNT:
Department op Agriculture.
the Attorney-General....
Education	
Finance	
Fisheries	
Lands	
Labour	
Legislation (Private Bills Fees)	
Department of Mines	
it the Provincial Secretary.
ir Puulic Works	
ii Railways	
Total Revenue 	
EXPENDITURE.
CURRENT ACCOUNT:
Public Debt	
Legislation'	
PreiMier's Office	
Department of Agriculture	
the Attorney-General  ...
Education	
Finance	
Fisheries	
Lands 	
Labour	
Mines S	
the Provincial Secretary ..
Public Works	
Railways..  	
Total Current Account.
ACCOUNT:
Total Expenditure.   ...
f      58,737 18
898,222 04
4,043 81
6,609,830 69
37,037 80
2,831,615 69
3,082 99
3,365 00
129,026 26
278,978 64
43,087 05
34,252 06
810,931,279 21
$1,413
101
12
228
866
1,831
722,
IL
727
20.
203,
1,863,
1,851
30.
,725 37
,291 18
,584 09
,798 19
,291 70
,622 91
120 61
,059 21
622 46
036 55
339 99
571 41
881 68
799 27
$ 9,887,
2,224.
744 62
541 27
112,112,285 C xiv.
Public Accounts, 1st April, 1918, to 31st March, 1919.
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
DETAILS OF REVENUE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED 31st MARCH, 1919.
Estimated.
Received.
S      5,000 00
Department of Agriculture.
$      9,041 15
26,335 34
13,410 62
9,950 07
18,000 00
1,500 00
4,840 00
Seed Grain Advances—Refunds	
Total	
Department of the Attorney-General.
$    29,340 00
$    39,590 19
1,715 00
82,552 50
73,619 68
56,315 56
11,204 55
189,162 78
57,959 67
246,137 50
14,562 20
97,011 85
6,100 99
20,342 50
1,947 07
$      58,737 18
$    20,000 00
1,000 00
60,000 00
63,225 00
35,000 00
10,000 00
150,000 00
50,000 00
150,000 00
17,360 00
Prohibition Act—Profit on Liquor sold	
20,000 00
1,000 00
Total	
Department of Education.
$ 577,586 00
898,222 04
$      2,695 00
1,318 81
30 00
$      2,000 00
1,000 00
Total 	
$      3,000 00
4,043 81
Department of Finance.
Dominion of Canada—
$    29,151 06
180,000 00
313,984 00
100,000 00
$    29,151 06
180,000 00
313,984 00
100.000 00
$ 623,135 06
220,000 00
623,135 06
221,488 08
196,657 21
1,506,668 92
19,080 07
175,457 26
290,332 96
991,203 35
792,416 29
229,106 47
800,416 07
282,685 00
47,534 22
37,891 87
11,800 27
12,916 25
271,777 45
65,732 00
33,532 89
160,000 00
2,215,000 00
19,080 07
Interest—
190,000 00
75,000 00
1,000,000 00
Miscellaneous	
Land Taxes—
700,000 00
85,000 00
600,000 00
300,000 00
Poll Tax                     	
75,000 00
15,000 00
Rents—
B.C. House, London, England   $37,705 87
4,500 00
300,000 00
40,000 00
23,500 00
Total	
Department of Fisheries.
$6,648,216 13
6,609,830 69
$    38,000 00
$    75,000 00
37,037 80
Department of Lands.
J    92,227 73
112,550 84
58,830 09
5,268 83
50,000 00
40,000 00
500 00
Carried forward	
$ 165,500 00
$ 268,877 49
4 7,607,871 52 10 Geo. 5     Public Accounts, 1st April, 1918, to 31st March, 1919.
C xv.
DETAILS OF REVENUE, ETC.—Concluded.
%
165,500 00
74,000 00
1,760,000 no
125,000 00
76,000 00
2,550 00
%9
,203,050 00
«
2,000 00
$
1,000 00
50,000 00
1,000 00
60,000 00
100 00
%
112,100 00
9
5,000 00
140,000 00
14,000 00
40,000 00
2,000 00
5,000 00
2,000 00
2,600 00
1,165 00
$
211,665 00
$
26,500 00
5,500 00
5,000 00
5,000 00
100 00
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42,100 00
8
36,000 00
$
36,000 00
¥9,900,065 13
Brought forward..
Department of Lands,—Concluded.
Timber Leases	
Timber Licences and Royalties....
Timber Sales	
Water Recording Fees and Rentals
Miscellaneous Receipts	
Department of Labour.
Dominion of Canada subvention	
Private Bills Fees.
Department of Mines.
Bureau of Mines	
Free Miners' Certificates  	
Miners' Examinations and Certificates .
Mining Receipts, General     	
Miscellaneous Receipts	
Department of the Provincial Secretary.
Total.
Colony Farm	
King's Printer 	
Marriage Licences	
Mental Hospitals	
Notaries Public and Commissioners' Fees
Provincial Home, Kamloops	
Vital Statistics, etc	
Voters' Lists sold	
Miscellaneous Receipts	
Department or Public Works.
Total.
Boiler Inspection and Examination Fees.
Electrical Energy Inspection 	
Government Property sold	
Wharfage and Dock Dues ■	
Miscellaneous Receints	
Department of Railways.
Total.
New Westminster Bridge—Tolls.
Miscellaneous Receipts	
Total	
Grand Total .
8   268,877 49
77,361 00
2,276,794 86
169,563 42
21,392 39
17,626 53
9S9 15
50,9S5 73
1,227 00
74,985 13
839 25
6,733 60
170,561 21
13,675 00
67,794 78
2,185 25
6,819 42
5,394 25
5,085 52
1,729 61
29,123 83
8,223 34
4,262 82
1,477 06
32,358 46
1,893 60
S 7,607,871 52
2,831,615 l
278,978 64
43,087 05
34,252 06
810,031,279 21 C xvi.
Public Accounts, 1st April, 1918, to 31st March, 1919.
APPROPRIATION   AND   EXPENDITURE
SUMMARY   showing   Amounts   appropriated,   expended,  unexpended,  and  over-expended
for the Fiscal Year ended 31st March,   1919.
No.
of
Vote.
SERVICE.
CURRENT ACCOUNT.
Public Debt.
Page C 1
Main Estimates $1,409,678 08
Statutory        228,109 69
Legislation.
Pages C 2-3
Main Estimates       $100,000 00
Special Warrant No. 43   1,600 00
Premier's Office.
Page C 3
Main Estimates       $12,750 00
Special Warrant No. 36  210 00
Department of Agriculture.
Minister's Office : Page C 4
Main Estimates         $9,920 00
Special Warrants Nos. 19, 21, and 36  1,212 50
General Office : Pages C 4-5
Main Estimates       $39,979 00
Special Warrants Nos. 36 and 47  754 00
Horticultural Branch : Pages C 5-7
Main Estimates  $41,492 00
Special Warrants Nos. 8, 21, 47, and 49  13,845 33
Supplementary Estimates  1,000 00
Live Stock Branch : Pages C 7-8
Main Estimates        838,793 00
Special Warrants Nos. 36, 47, and 49  3,350 00
Miscellaneous Grants, etc. : Pages C 8-13
.Main Estimates       $89,500 00
Special Warrant No. 49  1,750 00
Statutory : Pages C 13-14
" Pound District Amendment Act, 1918," chap. 5	
"Noxious Weeds Act, 1915," chap. 66	
"Seed-grain Act, 1918," chap. 75	
Special Warrants : Page C 14
No 19. Compensation re codling-moth control	
Nos. 19 and 32. Compensation re foul-brood in bees	
Department of the Attorney-General.
Attorney-General's Office:                                        Page C 14
Main Estimates	
General Office : Pages C14-16
Main Estimates       $26,760 00
Special Warrant No. 30  430 50
Joint-stock Companies and Insurance Branch:   Pages C15-16
Main Estimates         $7,380 00
Special Warrants Nos. 34 and 36 •. 4,877 68
Municipal Branch : Page C16
Main Estimates         $6,335 00
Special Warrant No. 36  30 00
Censor of Moving Pictures : Page C17
Main Estimates  $15,722 00
Special Warrant No. 47  340 00
Supplementary Estimates  105 00
Carried forward	
Total
Appropriation
$1,637,787 77
40,733 00
56,337 S3
16 75
229 35
33,531 69
1,500 00
559 10
277,432 72
11,100 00
27,190 50
$73,080 18
$1,413,725 37
48,199 85
64,681 07
16 75
229 35
33,531 69
1,500 00
559 10
9,061 04
5,660 96
13,618 48
$66,035 60
Unexpended.
$224,062 40
2,028 37
8,137 48
1,354 12
704 04
',044 5S
Over-
expended. 10 Geo. 5     Public Accounts, 1st April, 1918, to 31st March, 1919.
C xvii.
No.
of
Vote.
18
27
Brought forward	
CURRENT AUCOVNT.—Continued.
Department of the Attorney-General.—Continued.
Administration of Prohibition Act : Pages C 17-20
Main Estimates        $30,405 00
Special Warrants Nos. 20, 36, and 47  20,520 00
Supplementary Estimates  8,500 00
Statutorv, " Civil Service Act, 1917," sec. 46, as
amended  4,839 06
Provincial Library and Archives : Pages C 20-23
Main Estimates       $18,000 00
Special Warrants Nos. 9, 12, and 36  6,241 00
Supplementary Estimates  2,500 00
Statutory, "Civil Service Act, 1917," sec. 46, as
amended  460 00
Land Begistry Offices.
Kamloops : Page 0 23
Main Estimates  $19,273 00
Special Warrant No. 36  640 00
Nelson : Pages C 23-24
Main Estimates           $14,777 00
Special Warrants Nos. 12 and 47.  1,333 00
New Westminster : Pages C 24-25
Main Estimates       $24,882 00
Special Warrant No. 36  1,375 00
Prince Rupert : Page C 25
Main Estimates         $6,449 00
Special Warrant No. 47  100 00
Vancouver : Pages C 25-26
Main Estimates        $43,302 00
Special Warrants Nos. 36 and 47  2,751 00
Victoria : Page C 26
Main Estimates       $33,510 00
Special Warrant No. 36  1,838 00
Supreme and County Courts.
Chilliwack : Page C 27
Main Estimates	
Ladysmith :                                                       -                 Page C 27
Main Estimates	
Merritt : Page C 27
Main Estimates  $1,625 00
Special Warrant No. 47  150 00
Nelson : Page C 28
Main Estimates  $2,936 00
Special Warrants Nos. 38 and 47  160 00
Supplementary Estimates  150 00
New Westminster : Page C 28
Main Estimates  $6,674 00
Special Warrants Nos. 36 and 38  410 00
Supplementary Estimates  250 00
Prince Rupert : Page C 28
Main Estimates  $2,325 00
Special Warrant No. 38  250 00
Supplementary Estimates  100 00
Vancouver : Pages C 28-29
Main Estimates        $24,309 00
Special Warrants Nos. 36 and 47  1,855 50
Supplementary Estimates  250 00
Victoria : Pages C 29-30
Main Estimates       $23,166 00
Special Warrants Nos. 29 and 36  2,844 50
Official Stenographers :                                                 Page C 30
Main Estimates	
Provincial Police : Pages C 30-44
Main Estimates     $306,510 00
Special Warrants Nos. 9 and 47  7,686 00
Carried forward	
Total
Appropriation
$73,080 18
64,264 06
26,201 00
19,913 00
16,110 00
26,257 00
6,549 00
46,053 00
35,348 00
1,670 00
325 00
1,775 00
3,246 00
6,414 50
26,010 50
2,988 00
$700,409 24
$66,035 60
59,927 09
25,592 21
16,668 33
15,087 20
44,515 53
■31,451 24
1,417 58
319 29
1,746 92
3,199 27
2,476 46
24,798 36
2,988 00
$573,833 77
Unexpended.
$ 7,044 58
4,336 97
79
3,244 67
1,111 84
1,537 47
3,896 76
252 42
5 71
1,395 70
96,619 39
$126,575 47
Over-
expended. C xviii. Public Accounts, 1st April, 1918, to 31st March, 1919.
No.
of
Vote.
37
38
39
40
41
46
47
48
49
50
51
SERVICE.
Brought forward	
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued.
Department of the Attorney-General.—Concluded.
County Goals.
Kamloops Gaol:
Main Estimates	
Special Warrant No, 47.
Nelson Gaol :
Main Estimates	
Special Warrant No. 47.
Page C 44
$19,366 00
60 00
Oakalla Prison Farm :
Main Estimates	
Special Warrant No. 47	
Industrial Schools.
Boys' School :
Main Estimates	
Special Warrant No. 47	
Pages C 44-45
818,197 00
300 00
Pages C 45-47
$57,550 00
780 00
Pages C 47-49
$30,770 00
442 00
Girls' School :
Main Estimates	
Special Warrants Nos. 9 and 47 .
Pages C 49-51
$23,420 00
2,484 00
Summoning and Paying Witnesses :
Main Estimates	
Grand and Petit J urors :
Main Estimates   	
Prosecutions and Interpreters:
Main Estimates	
Expenses of Inquests :
Main Estimates	
Rewards :
Main Estimates	
Pages C 51-53
Pages C 53-54
Pages C 54-55
Pages C 55-58
Page C 58
Allowance to Sheriffs :
Main Estimates	
Page C 58
Constitutional litigation and General Law Costs :   Page C58
Main Estimates	
Motor-traffic Regulation :
Main Estimates	
Special Warrant No. 38. . .
Page C 58
$7,500 00
7,000 00
Game Protection :
Main Estimates	
Special Warrants Nos. 9 and 47 .
"Infants Act" :
Main Estimates	
Pages C 58-60
$35,000 00
2,812 48
Special Surveys :
Main Estimates	
Grant to Canadian Bar Association :
Main Estimates     	
Stipendiary Magistrates :
Main Estimates   	
Criminal Identification Bureau :
Main Estimates	
Page C 01
Incidentals and Contingencies :
Main Estimates	
Special Warrant No. 15	
Sheriff's Office, Vancouver :
Supplementary Estimates...
Special Warrant No. 36 ....
Page 061
$ 2,500 00
10,000 00
Pages C 61-2
7,000 00
227 50
Statutory : Page C 62
"Workmen's Compensation Act," chap. 77,1916, sec. 60 	
"Uniformity of Legislation," chap. 92, 1918, sec. 4	
"Nelson and Fort Sheppard Railway Lands Definition Act,"
chap. 62, 1918, see. 5 '	
"Benevolent Societies Act Amendment Act," chap. 9, 1918,
sec. 2	
Special Warrant : Page C 62
No.  33.    Workmen's Compensation   Board,  assessment   on
Class 13	
Total
Appropriation
58,330 00
25,904 00
15,000 00
12,500 00
15,000 00
6,000 00
2,000 00
9,750 00
7,500 00
37,812 48
10,000 00
2,500 00
500 00
3,300 00
1,000 00
12,500 00
7,227 50
13,000 00
741 32
73 05
252 00
$1,049,934 59
$573,833 77
44,884 30
23,876 33
10,473 82
12,373 72
14,820 39
5,536 25
550 00
6,937 41
7,485 54
35,435 94
9,301 97
2,556 45
336 72
6,789 62
13,000 00
741 32
73 05
262 00
25,000 00
$866,291 70
Unexpended.
$126,575 47
2,027 07
4,526 18
126 28
179 61
463 75
1,450 00
2,812 59
14 46
2,376 54
698 03
1,850 00
500 00
743 55
663 28
437 88
$183,642 89
OVER-
KXI'KMJKIJ. 10 Geo. 5     Public Accounts, 1st April, 1918, to 31st March, 1919.
C xix.
No.
of
Vote.
59
61
62
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued.
Department of Education.
General Office : Page C 63
Main Estimates        $27,534 00
Special Warrant No. 36   120 00
Free Text-book Branch : Page C 63
Main Estimates       $68,556 00
Special Warrant No. 47  60 00
Agricultural-Education : Pages C64-65
Main Estimates      $9,250 00
Special Warrant No. 47  180 00
Industrial Education : Pages C 65-66
Main Estimates        $18,335 00
Supplementary Estimates  50 00
Inspection of Schools :                                                    Page C 66
Main Estimates '.	
Normal School, Vancouver : Pages C 66-67
Main Estimates  $28,810 00
Special Warrant No. 47  210 00
Supplementary Estimates  200 00
Normal School, Victoria : Pages C 67-68
Main Estimates        $28,065 00
Special Warrant No. 47  203 30
Supplementary Estimates  210 00
Education of Deaf, Dumb, and Blind : Page C 68
Main Estimates        $11,500 00
Supplementary Estimates  2,000 00
Per Capita Grant to Cities : Pages C 68-69
Main Estimates     $510,000 00
Supplementary Estimates  20,000 00
Per Capita Grant to Municipalities :                      Pages C 69-70
Main Estimates   	
Per Capita Grant to Rural School Districts :            Page O 70
Main Estimates    	
Salaries of Teachers in Assisted Schools :           Pages C 70-72
Main Estimates	
Salaries of Teachers in E. & N. Railway Belt :   Pages 0 72-73
Main Estimates	
Grants to Libraries :                                                    Page C 73
Main Estimates	
Grant in Aid of Manual Training Equipment :          Page C 73
Main Estimates	
Erection of New Buildings and Maintenance and Repairs of
School Buildings : Pages C 73-74
Mai a Estimates    	
Examination of Teachers:                                              Page C74
Main Estimates	
Examination re High School Entrance : Page C 74
Main Estimates  $2,000 00
Supplementary Estimates  3,000 00
Conveying Children to Central Schools : Page C 74
Main Estimates         $2,000 00
Special Warrant No. 39  3,700 00
Contingencies : Page C 75
Main Estimates  $,3000 00
Supplementary Estimates  1,200 00
Statutory : Pages C 75-77
Advances re Assessed School Taxes (chapter 74,' 'Public Schools
Act Amendment Act, 1918")	
Department of Finance.
Minister's Office : Page C 77
Main Estimates        $10,780 00
Special Warrant No. 36  120 00
Carried, forward	
Total
Appropriation
$ 27,654 00
18,385 00
44,740 00
13,500 00
530,000 00
335,000 00
125,000 00
345,000 00
80,000 00
500 00
1,500 00
126,000 00
11,500 00
5,700 00
4,200 00
137,155 67
1,945,578 97
$10,900 00
: 19,203 24
64,764 89
9,430 00
13,124 54
39,621 32
26,121 11
13,499 26
526,942 30
334,979 65
116,217 30
302,815 90
69,450 30
402 48
446 14
108,624 40
10,146 17
2,416 25
4,396 35
4,199 99
137,155 67
10,657 77
$10,657 77
Unexpended.
Over-
expended.
5,260 46
5,118 68
1,614 35
3,057 70
20 35
8,782 70
42,184 10
10,549 70
37 52
1,053 86
16,375 60
1,353 83
113,956 06
$     242 23 C xx.
Public Accounts, 1st April, 1918, to 31st March, 1919.
No.
of
Vote.
74
75
76
78
82
SERVICE.
Total
Appropriation
General Office :
Main Estimates	
Special Warrant No. 36	
Inspector  of  Trust  Companies,
Duties :
Main Estimates	
Special Warrant No. 36 ....  ...
Brought forward	
CURRENT ACCOUNT— Continued.
Department of Finance.—Continued.
Pages C 77-78
$25,051 00
364 00
and   Succession
Pages C 78-79
        $10,920 00
50 00
Controlling and Audit Branch :
Main Estimates	
Special Warrants Nos. 36 and 47 .
Surveyor of Taxes :
Main Estimates	
Special Warrants Nos. 31 and 36 .
Pages C 79-
$42,970 00
1,042 50
Pages C 80-84
$79,630 00
25,157 50
Bureau of Information :
Main Estimates .   	
Special Warrant No. 36	
Agent-General's Office, London, England :
.Main Estimates	
PageC
$7,500 00
64 17
C 84-86
Government Agents and Assessors, etc.
Alberni Agency :
Main Estimates	
Special Warrant No. 47 .
Anyox Agency :
Main Estimates	
Special Warrant No. 47.
Ashcroft Agency:
Main Estimates	
Special Warrant No. 47.
Atlin Agency :
Main Estimates	
Special Warrant No. 47.
Barkerville Sub-agency :
Main Estimates	
Special Warrant No. 47..
Clinton Agency :
Main Estimates	
Special Warrant No. 47.
Cranbrook Agency:
Main Estimates	
Special Warrant No. 47.
Cumberland Agency :
Main Estimates	
Special Warrant No. 47.
Duncan Agency :
Main Estimates	
Special Warrant No. 47.
Fairview Agency :
Main Estimates	
Special Warrant No. 47.
Fernie Agency :
Main Estimates	
Special Warrant No. 47.
Fort Fraser Agency :
Main Estimates	
Special Warrant No. 47.
Fort George Agency:
Main Estimates	
Special Warrant No. 47.
Golden Agency :
Main Estimates	
Special Warrant No. 47.
Page C
$6,954 00
295 00
Page C 86
$3,020 00
60 00
Page C 87
$4,556 00
155 00
ge 0 87
1,492 00
48 00
Page C 87
$2,930 OO
95 00
Page C 88
$5,455 00
252 00
Page C 88
$12,798 00
410 00
Pages C 88-89
$5,110 00
200 00
Page C 89
$4,579 00
180 00
Page C 89
$6,104 00
100 00
Pages C 89-90
$8,310 00
240 00
Page C 90
$3,389 00
135 00
Pages C 5)0-91
$8,5S0 00
172 00
Page C 91
$7,422 00
270 00
Carried forward .
$10,900 00
25,415 00
10,970 00
44,012 50
7,564 17
81,095 00
7,249 00
3,080 00
4,711 00
9,540 00
3,025 00
5,707 00
13,208 00
5,310 00
4,759 00
6,204 00
8,550 00
3,524 00
8,752 00
7,692 00
$376,055 17
Expended.
0,657 77
23,133 87
10,876 88
41,972 75
2,469 53
76,580 18
4,498 27
5,037 23
5,284 55
8,485 48
2,957 S4
8,196 39
7,226 45
Unexpended.
5,094 64
4,514 82
212 73
669 77
1,659 37
669 36
Over-
expended.
$41,975 35 10 Geo. 5     Public Accounts, 1st April, 1918, to 31st March, 1919.
C xxi.
No.
of
Vote.
94
96
102
103
104
108
111
SERVICE.
Brough t fortvard	
CURRENT ACCOUNT.—Continued.
Department of Finance.—Continued.
Government Agents and Assessors, etc,—Continued.
Grand Forks Agency : Page C 91
Main Estimates  $6,119 00
Special Warrant No. 47  120 00
Statutory, sec. 46, " Civil Service Act, 1917 "  45 00
Greenwood Agency : Page C 92
Main Estimates  $4,675 00
Special Warrant No. 47  92 00
Hazelton Agency : Page C 92
Main Estimates  $10,755 00
Special Warrants Nos. 40 and 47  575 00
Kamloops Agency : Page C 93
Main Estimates  $11,885 00
Special Warrant No. 47  560 00
Supplementary Estimates  575 00
Statutory, sec. 46, " Civil Service Act, 1917".... 1,667 25
Kaslo Agency : Page C 93
Main Estimates  $11,230 00
Special Warrant No. 47 \  649 00
Lillooet Sub-agency : Page C 94
Main Estimates  $4,036 00
Special Warrant No. 47  60 00
Nanaimo Agency : Page C 94
Main Estimates  $8,787 00
Special Warrants Nos. 2, 40, and 47  2,600 00
Statutory, sec. 46, " Civil Service Act, 1917"... 2,666 61
Nelson Agency : Page C 95
Main Estimates  110,620 00
Special Warrant No. 47  340 00
New Westminster Agency: Pages 0 95-96
Main Estimates  $20,822 00
Special Warrants Nos. 2, 40, and 47  2,772 00
New- Denver Sub-agency : Page C 96
Main Estimates   	
Nicola Agency : Page C 96
Main Estimates  $3,927 00
Special Warrant No. 47  305 00
150-Mile House Agency : Page C 97
Main Estimates  $3,433 00
Special Warrant No. 47 ,  21 00
Prince E,upert Agency : Pages C 97-98
Main Estimates  $21,180 00
Special Warrant No. 47  627 50
Statutory, sec. 46, "Civil Service Act, 1917".... 316 08
Princeton Agency : Page C 98
Main Estimates  $3,973 00
Special Warrant No. 47   120 00
Quesnel Agency : Pages C 98-99
Main Estimates  $17,120 00
Special Warrant No. 47  348 00
Queen Charlotte Islands Sub-agency : Page C 99
Main Estimates  $1,060 00
Special Warrant No. 47  60 00
Revelstoke Agency : Page C 99
Main Estimates  $11,322 00
Special Warrant No. 47  330 00
Supplementary Estimates (part Vote 118a)  60 00
*	
Rossland Agency : Pages C 99-100
Main Estimates  $8,290 00
Special Warrant No. 47  280 00
Telegraph Creek Agency : Page C 100
Main Estimates  $2,180 00
Special Warrant No. 47  60 00
Carried forward ;
Total
Appropriation
$376,055 17
5,284 00
11,330 00
3,454 00
22,123 58
17,468 00
11,712 00
$553, c
$334,079 82
4,359 10
13,953 61
11,762 68
10,960 00
10,360 43
23,594 00
22,931 41
2,200 00
1,824 38
15,735 86
10,263 38
$500,405 84
Unexpended.
$41,975 35
2,190 93
662 59
375 62
581 74
1,732 14
1,448 62
Over-
expended.
$53,402 77 C xxii.
Public Accounts, 1st April, 1918, to 31st March, 1919.
No.
of
Vote.
116
117
119
120
121
122
125
Brought forward	
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued.
Department of Finance.—Concluded.
Government Agents and Assessors, etc.—Concluded.
Trout Lake Sub-agency: Page C100
Main Estimates  $1,345 00
Special Warrant No. 47  180 00
Vancouver Agency : Pages C 100-102
Main Estimates        $70,320 00
Special Warrants Nos. 40 and 47  3,769 00
Statutory, sec. 46, "Civil Service Act, 1917"... 1,571 01
Vernon Agency : Pages C 102-103
Main Estimates        $14,079 00
Special Warrant No. 47  300 00
Victoria Assessor : Page C 103
Main Estimates  $14,544 00
Special Warrants Nos. 36 and 40  1,876 00
Statutory, sec. 46, " Civil Service Act, 1917 ".... 648 51
Wilmer Sub-agency : Page C 104
Main Estimates  $2,085 00
Special Warrant No. 47  100 00
Yale Sur-agency : Page C 104
Main Estimates  $2,776 00
Special Warrant No. 47  124 00
Supplementary Estimates (part Vote USA)  64 00
Sundry Sub-agencies : Pages C 104-105
Main Estimates  $1,020 00
Statutory, sec. 46, " Civil Service Act, 1917"... 420 00
Printing Public Accounts:                                        Page C105
Main Estimates	
Interest   on  Suitors'   Funds   and   Official   Guardian  Deposits :                                                                        Page C 105
Main Estimates	
Delinquent Extra Municipal School Taxes :           Page C106
Main Estimates	
Operation   of   the   "Amusements  Tax  Act"  (Salaries  and
Expenses) : Page C 106
Main Estimates         $5,820 00
Special Warrant No. 47      . 140 00
Premium on Fire Insurance, Fairview Works :       Page C 106
Main Estimates	
Miscellaneous, not Detailed in Estimates :     Pages C 106-107
Main Estimates       $50,000 00
Special Warrant No. 40  25,000 00
Supplementary Estimates  10,000 00
Statutory : Pages C 107-108
Chapter 64, 1917, '' Board of Taxation Act"	
Chapter 32, 1918, payment to Lady McBride and children of
late Hon. II. C. Brewster	
Section 155, chapter 222,1911, "Mineral Tax Refunds"	
Section 53, chapter 22, " Revenue Act, 1911"    ....
Special Warrants: Page C108
No. 5.   Refurid to Harry Jones	
No. 24.  Grant to City of Prince Rupert	
Department of Fisheries. Page C108
Main Estimates       $17,175 00
Special Warrant No. 36 ..    120 OO
Department of Lands.
Minister's Office : Page C109
Main Estimates        $11,110 00
Special Warrants Nos. 29 and 36  1,060 00
General Office (Salaries) : Pages C 109-110
Main Estimates       $81,482 00
Special Warrant No. 36   2,868 50
Carried forward	
Total
Appropriation
75,660 01
2,964 00
1,440 00
4,500 00
6,000 00
10,000 00
5,960 00
866 00
85,000 00
3,243 74
10,000 00
152 65
105 00
749 40
2,466 78
798,073 70
17,295 00
12,170 00
84,350 50
$96,520 50
$500,405 84
74,464 23
3,243 74
10,000 00
152 65
105 00
749 40
2,466 78
81,789 20
$93,511 91
Unexpended.
Over-
expended.
2,176 70
787 30
1,373 52
66 48
3,573 80
926 20
1,065 91
4,934 09
9,960 32
39 68
825 05
866 00 10 Geo. 5     Public Accounts, 1st April, 1918, to 31st March, 1919. C xxiii.
No.
of
Vote.
135
136
137
138
139
Brought forward	
CURRENT ACCOUNT.—Continued.
Department of Lands.—Continued.
Page C110
¥7,144 00
340 00
Lands Branch (Salaries) :
Main Estimates 	
Special Warrants Nos. 36 and 47	
Forest Branch (Salaries) : Pages C 110-111
.Main Estimates      $132,876 00
Special Warrants Nos. 25, 36, and 47	
Water Branch (Salaries) :
Main Estimates	
Special Warrant No. 36	
Survey Branch (Salaries) :
Main Estimates	
Total
Appropriation
Page 0112
$31,280 00
303 33
Special Warrant No. 36..	
Temporary' Assistance (Salaries) :
Main Estimates	
Special Warrant No. 36 	
Page 0 IIS
$42,816 00
1,112 00
Pages C 112-113
$10,000 00
50 00
Expenses, General Office and Branches : Pages C 113-118
Main Estimates        $84,700 00
' Special Warrant No. 25  7,000 00
Forest Protection Fund (" Forest Act "): Page C 119
Main Estimates      $120,000 00
Statutory S      14,792 99
Lumber Trade Extension :
Main Estimates	
Rainfall and Climatic Statistics :
Main Estimates	
Expenses re Public Irrigation Corporations :
Main Estimates	
General Water Surveys :
Main Estimates	
Well-drilling, Salaries, and Expenses :
Main Estimates	
Conservation Fund :
Main Estimates .,.
Lithograph Maps :
Main Estimates.
Land Surveys :
Main Estimates .
Photo-topographical Surveys :
Main Estimates   	
General Investigations :
Main Estimates	
Irrigation Convention,. Nelson :
Main Estimates   	
Refund re Purchase ok Lot No. 2426, Osoyoos
Supplementary Estimates	
Refund re Timber Licence No. 11931:
Supplementary Estimates	
Ex-Comptroller of Water Rights :
Supplementary Estimates	
Compensation re Timber Licence No. 38756 :
Suplemeutary Estimates	
Statutory :
Chapter 80, 1918, "Soldiers' Land Act"	
Chapter 46, 1919, "Pre-euiptors' Free Grants Act"
Special Warrants :
No*.   6. Refund re Papworth and Stevenson	
No.   6. Compensation re W. Foster	
No. 17. Be Brooks, Scanlon, & (So	
No. 27. Gratuity to the widow of W. J. W. Brown.
Page C119
Page C119
Page C119
Pages C119-120
Page C120
Page C120
Page C120
Page C12a
Page C 121
Page C121
Page C121
Page C121
Page C121
Page C121
Page O121
Pages C 121-122
Page C122
Carried forward .
$ 96,520 50
7,484 00
31,583 33
43,928 00
10,050 00
134,792 99
5,000 00
700 00
2,000 00
20,000 00
6,000 00
50,000 00
5,000 00
70,000 00
12,000 00
5,000 00
500 00
1,080 00
872 00
666 66
4,000 00
15,287 88
1,211 10
1,870 08
700 00
900 00
345 00
$762,203 34
$ 93,511 91
29,843 04
42,508 48
9,658 65
89,317 87
134,792 99
4.997 52
628 45
1,235 20
8,826 69
5.998 55
50,000 00
1,168 90
69,956 05
11,659 35
1,080 00
872 00
666 66
4,000 00
15,287 88
1,211 10
1,870 08
700 00
900 00
345 00
$724,810 96
Unexpended.
i 3,008 59
1,740 29
2,3S2 13
71 55
764 80
11,173 31
1 45
3,831 10
43 95
340 05
Over-
expended- C xxiv. Public Accounts, 1st April, 1918, to 31st March, 1919.
No.
of
Vote.
149
150
153
154
SERVICE.
Brought forward   	
CURRENT ACCOUNT— Continued.
Department of Lands.—Concluded.
Special Warrants—Concluded. Page C 122
No. 30. Gratuity to the widow of J. R. Creelman   	
No. 42. Compensation re J. Martin	
No. 50. Be claim G. S. McTavish 	
No. 50. Clearing and improving Lots 71 and 72, Group 1, N.
W. District -.
Department of Labour.       Pages C122-124
Main Estimates          $16,170 00
Special Warrants Nos. 36 and 45         13,200 00
Statutory  1,196 37
Department of Mines.
Minister's Office : Page C 125
Main Estimates  $9,550 00
Special Warrant No. 36   60 00
General Office : ■ Page C 125
Main Estimates       $16,800 00
Special Warrant No. 36  316 00
Mines Inspection Branch :                                            Page C 126
Main Estimates	
Bureau of Mines :                                                           Page C 126
Main Estimates	
Mine-rescue and Training Stations :                Pages C126-127
Main Estimates.	
Coal-miners' Examinations :                                  Pages C 127-128
Main Estimates.:	
First-aid Work :                                                              Page C 128
Main Estimates   ...
Grant to Vancouver Chamber of Mines :                Page C128
iM ain Estimates	
" Mines Development Act," Supplementary : Page C 128
Main Estimates	
"Mineral Survey and Development Act," Supplementary :                                                                    Page C 129
Main Estimates	
Statutory : Page C129
" Mines Development Act, 1916"	
" Mineral Survey and Development Act, 1917 "    	
"Coal-mines Regulation Act," chapter 160, 19L1	
"Placer Mining Act," chapter 165, 1911	
Department of the Provincial Secretary.
Minister's Office : Page C 130
Main Estimates  $8,770 00
Special Warrant No. 36  170 00
General Office : Page C 130
Main Estimates  $10,326 00
Special Warrants Nos. 35 and 36  1,710 00
Supplementary Estimates  1,000 00
Provincial Board of Health : Pages C 130-134
Main Estimates       $32,718 00
Special Warrants Nos. 28, 36, 37, 47, and 48         40,390 00
Supplementary Estimates         25,000 00
Provincial Museum : Pages C 134-135
Main Estimates  $8,400 00
Special Warrant No. 36      330 00
Mental Hospital, New Westminster : Pages C 135-140
Main Estimates     $157,008 00
Special Warrants Nos. 22 and 47  5,459 33
Supplementary Estimates  5,000 00
Carried forward	
Total
Appropriation
$762,203 34
345 00
950 00
1,500 00
25,000 00
$789,998 34
17,116 00
29,890 00
16,184 00
13,820 00
4,000 00
2,760 00
2,500 00
75,000 00
60,000 00
80,000 00
1.26S 75
26 00
$337,173 75
13,036 00
98,108 00
8,730 00
167,467 33
$296,281 33
$724,810 96
345 00
960 00
1,500 00
$727,622 46
16,480 89
28,014 52
12,872 52
9,410 43
3,466 03
2,755 52
2,500 00
72,725 21
19,672 26
1,268 75
25 00
i,854 42
7,447 62
$283,704 05
Unexpended.
Over-
expended.
$37,392 38
$62,375 88
10,529 82
635 11
1,875 48
3,311 48
4,409 57
533 97
4 48
2,274 79
60,000 00
60,327 74
1,282 38
4,942 54
$12,577 28 10 Geo. 5     Public Accounts, 1st April, 1918, to 31st March, 1919.
C xxv.
No.
of
Vote.
167
169
170
171
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
SERVICE.
Brought forward	
CURRENT ACCOUNT.—Continued.
Department of the Provincial Secretary. —Continued.
Mental Hospital, Essondale : Pages C140-144
Main Estimates     $216,098 00
Special Warrant No. 22  8,777 85
Colony Farm and Nursery: Pages C145-147
Main Estimates        $50,125 00
Special Warrants Nos. 1 and 16  5,500 00
Supplementary Estimates  2,000 00
Provincial Home, Kamloops : Pages C 147-148
Main Estimates       $33,172 00
Special Warrant No. 47  300 00
Statutory Grants to Hospitals : Pages C 148-149
Main Estimates      $350,000 00
Supplementary Estimates       100,000 00
Special Grants to Hospitals: Page C149
Main Estimates       $30,000 00
Special Warrant No. 41         15,000 00
Grants to Refuge Homes, Aid Societies, etc. : Page C 149
Main Estimates       $17,000 00
Special Warrant No. 23  5,000 00
In Aid of Destitute Poor and Sick : Pages C 150-151
Main Estimates            $20,000 00
Supplementary Estimates  1,000 00
In Aid of Resident Physicians :                            Pages C 151-152
Main Estimates	
Burial of Indigent Persons :                                      Page C 152
Main Estimates	
King's Printer : Pages C 152-155
Main Estimates      $152,928 00
Special Warrants Nos. 36 and 47.  635 00
Registration of Voters : Page C 155
Main Estimates         $2,000 00
Supplementary Estimates  1,000 00
Royal Commissions :                                                    Page C 155
Main Estimates	
Grants  to   Civil   Servants   and   Employees   on   Military
Duty : Pages C 155-156
Main Estimates    	
Grant to University of British Columbia : Page C 156
Main Estimates          $220,Ono 00
Special Warrants Nos. 14 and 48  48,500 00
University of B.C. re King's Printer :                         Page C 156
Supplementary Estimates	
Grant  to  Tranquille   Sanatorium   for   New   Wing   (Conditional) :                                                              Page C 156
Main Estimates	
Grant to City of Greenwood :                                    Page C 156
Main Estimates	
Grant to City of Phoenix :                                            Page C 157
Main Estimates	
Grant to City of Rossland :                                       Page C 157
Main Estimates	
Grant to Y.M.C.A. re Overseas Service:       .         Page C 157
Main Estimates	
Grant to Pacific North-west Tourist Association : Page 0 157
Main Estimates	
Grant for Patriotic Purposes :                                 Page C 157
Main Estimates   	
" Civil Service Act " :    ' Pages C 157-158
Main Estimates         $3,000 00
Special Warrants Nos. 36 and 48  2,085 00
Carried forward    	
Total
Appropriation
$296,281 33
224,875 85
22,000 00
21,000 00
11,050 00
3,000 00
153,563 00
3,000 00
1,500 00
125,000 00
268,500 00
3,500 00
75,000 00
1,000 00
4,500 00
12,000 00
7,500 00
11,250 00
24,000 00
Expended.
$283,704 05
62,401 25
45,000 00
14,600 00
20,977 51
7,175 98
2,478 04
981 50
82,802 29
268,500 00
3,078 92
75,000 00
1,000 00
4,500 00
12,000 00
7,600 00
11,250 00
20,038 18
$1,773,419 67
Unexpended.
Over-
expended.
$12,577 28
22 49
3,874 02
9,035 18
521 96
518 50
42,197 71
3,961 S2
$4,776 25
$4,776 25 0 xxvi.
Public Accounts, 1st April, 1918, to 31st March, 1919.
No.
of
Vote.
185
185A
187
190
191
192
197
SERVICE.
Brought forward	
CURRENT ACCOUNT,-Concluded.
Department of the Provincial Secretary.—Concluded.
Superannuation :
Main Estimates	
Special Warrant No. 18 .
Statutory	
Page C158
$45,000 00
700 00
6,000 00
Contingencies :
Main Estimates .
Page C 158
Saanich Hospital for Criminal Insane : Pages C 15S-159
Special Warrant No. 48       $13,500 00
Supplementary Estimates  1,000 00
Special Wtarrants :
Nos. 11 and 44. Expenses of Elections	
No. 4. Invalid Soldiers' Commission	
Page C 159
Total
Appropriation
$1,859,702 18
51,700 00
1,000 00
6,000 00
30,000 00
Department of Public Works.
Minister's Office :
Main Estimates	
Special Warrant No. 36	
General Office : Pages C 160-161
Main Estimates '   $41,340 00
Special Warrants Nos. 36 and 47  1,190 00
Statutory, sec. 46, "Civil Service Act, 1917".... 231 25
Page C 160
$9,765 00
60 00
District Engineers : Pages C161-162
Main Estimates       $37,700 00
Special Warrant No. 47  820 00
Statutory, sec. 46, " Civil Service Act, 1917".... 1,050 00
Steam Boiler Inspection : Pages C162-163
Main Estimates        $52,866 00
Special Warrant No. 47  30 00
"Electrical Energy Inspection Act"
Main Estimates	
Page C 1
' Factories Act "
Main Estimates .
Page C163
Maintenance   of   Government   House  and   Grounds:
Pages C. 163-164
Main Estimates        $13,868 00
Special Warrant No. 3  300 00
Supplementary Estimates  800 00
Maintenance of Parliament Buildings and Grounds :
Pages C 164-166
Main Estimates        $74,999 00
Special Warrants Nos. 36 and 47  3,652 89
Statutorv, sec. 46, "Civil Service Act, 1917".... 3,768 67
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves : Pages C 166-212
Main Estimates $1,427,040 00
Special Warrants Nos. 26 and 46       171,450 00
Steamboats, Ferries, and Bridge Tenders :       Pages C 212-221
Main Estimates     $124,433 00
Special Warrants Nos. 13 and 46         27,750 00
Supplementary Estimates         20,000 00
$1,962,902 18
Expended.
$1,773,419 67      $ 91,058 76
52,896 00
5,980 00
14,968 00
Special Warrant : Page C 221
No. 10. Merchants Bank of Canada re Saanich Prison Farm...
Department of Railways.
General Office : Page C 222
Main Estimates       $16,730 00
Special Warrant No. 47   166 00
Eraser River Bridge, New Westminster :         Pages C 222-223
Main Estimates	
1,598,490 00
172,183 00
2,400 00
12,028,482 81
16,895 00
25,000 00
$41,895 00
Unexpended.
46,073 50
202 65
9,042 45
4,833 14
30,000 00
9,823 87
38,856 25
46,936 47
5,734 62
1,452,483 12
152,282 27
2,400 00
1,851,881 68
13,309 58
17,489 69
30,799 27
5,626 50
797 35
5,457 55
1,166 86
101,107 02
Over-
expended.
713 75
5,959 53
245 38
146,006 88
19,900 73
176,551 S9
3,585 42
7,510 31
11,095 73
$4,776 25 10 Geo. 5     Public Accounts, 1st April, 1918, to 31st March, 1919.        C xxvii.
No.
of
Vote.
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
CAPITAL EXPENDITURES.
Sinking Funds :
Main Estimates
Nakusp and Slogan Railway Company
Main Estimates	
Page C 224
Page C 224
Pacific Great Eastern Railway Co. : Page C 224
Main Estimates     $907,200 00
Statutory  1,463 79
Wellington Collieries Railway Co.:
Main Estimates	
Page C 224
British Columbia House, London, England :             Page C224
Main Estimates	
Songhees Reserve :
Main Estimates ..
Mental Hospital, Essondale :
Main Estimates	
Colony Farm, Essondale:
Main Estimates	
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves:
Main Estimates	
Ferries :
Main Estimates .
Pages C 224-225
Page C 225
Page C 225
Page C 225-226
Page C 226
Page C 226
Girls' Industrial School :
Supplementary Estimates   	
Statutory : Page C 226
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Company, chap. 31, 1918	
" Soldiers' Land Act," chap. 80, 1918.:	
RECAPITULATION.
Current Account:
Public Debt	
Legislation 	
Premier's Office	
Department of Agriculture	
Department of the Attorney-General	
Department of Education	
Department of Finance	
Department of Fisheries 	
Department of Lands	
Department of Labour	
Department of Mines	
Department of the Provincial Secretary.
Department of Public Works	
Department of Railways	
Total Current Account..
Capital Account	
Totals for fiscal year 1918-19.
Total
Appropriation
$718,940 00
11,500 00
908,663 79
15,000 00
9,750 00
50,000 00
10,700 00
4,000 00
208,650 00
17,700 00
2,772 83
200,000 00
357,060 65
$-2,511,737 27
$1,037.
101.
12,
277.
1,049.
1,945.
798.
17.
789,
30,
337.
1,962.
2,028,
41.
787 77
500 00
960 00
432 72
934 59
578 97
073 70
295 00
998 34
566 37
173 75
902 18
432 81
895 00
$11,031,531 20
2,514,737 27
813,540,268 47
Expended.
$676,988 90
8,286 14
908,663 79
15,000 00
9,700 00
11,185 80
9,010 43
3,835 77
22,036 96
200,000 00
357,060 65
s2.224,541 27
$1,413
101,
12.
228,
866,
1,831.
722!
14,
727.
20,
203.
1,863,
1,851,
30,
,725 37
291 IS
584 09
798 19
291 70
622 91
120 61
059 21
622 46
036 55
339 99
571 41
881 68
799 27
$9,887,744 62
2,224,541 27
812,112,285 SO
Unexpended.
$41,951 10
3,213 86
50 00
38,814 20
1,689 57
164 23
186,613 04
17,700 00
$290,196 00
$224,062 40
208 82
375 91
48,634 53
183,642 89
113,956 06
75,953 09
3,236 79
62,375 88
10,529 82
133,833 76
104,107 02
176,551 89
11,095 73
$1,148,563 59
290,196 00
81,438,759 59
Over-
expended.
$4,776 25
76
$4,777 01
$4,777 01

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