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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.:
Trinted 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.
AIay it please Your Honour:
The undersigned has the honour to present the Public Accounts of British
Columbia for the fiscal year ending 31st Alarch, 1919.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
JOHN HART,
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. AlOUAT, C.A.,
Comptroller-General.
 ORDER OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS.
PAGE.
vi.-xi.—Balance Sheet.
xii.—Consolidated Surplus Account.
xiii.—Summarized  Comparative   Statement  of  F.stimated  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 of REyENUE 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 AIarch, 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      u         3,600,000 00
Grant per capita,             „          5      n         6,279,680 00
Lands conveyed,               ,i           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
,,              Loan 1914  593,264 96
m              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  .*    $   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 GOVERNiVIENT 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      4,260,3c54 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 OP 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
n    1893, 3
,,    1895, 3
i,    1899, 3
1902, 3
,i    1914, 4i
ri    1915, 4J
ii    1916, 4}
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, 3t_ 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)  20,160,000 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 AIarch, 1919.
BALANCE SHEET FOR THE YEAR
CURRENT   ASSETS.
Brought forward $41,614,757 23
CASH AND ADVANCES:
CASH BALANCES IN TREASURY  $            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
$2,502,896 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"  806,296 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 AIarch, 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 IN 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 LINES 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  26,665 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 AIarch, 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
$359,642,124 85
 10 Geo. 5     Public Accounts, 1st April, 1918, to 31st AIarch, 1919. C xi.
ENDED 3 1st AIARCH,   1919—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
$59,642,124 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 shown 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.
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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
t 9,900,055 13
$ 1,409
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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	
1, the Provincial Secretary.
ir Puulic Works	
ti Railways	
Total Revenue 	
EXPENDITURE.
CURRENT ACCOUNT:
Public Debt	
Legislation'	
Premier's Office	
Department of Agriculture	
the Attorney-General  ...
Education	
Finance	
Fisheries	
Lands 	
Labour	
Mines .*	
the Provincial Secretary ..
Public Works	
RAILWrAYS..   	
Total Current Account.
ACCOUNT:
Total Expenditure.   ...
(      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,
II,
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
f 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.
$6,646,215 13
6,609,830 69
$    38,000 00
$    75,000 00
37,037 80
DeparTiMent 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
t 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 00
125,000 00
76,000 00
2,550 00
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50,000 00
1,000 00
60,000 00
100 00
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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
*
42,100 00
*
36,000 00
$
36,000 00
3339,900,055 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	
iMental Hospitals	
Notaries Public and Commissioners' Fees
Provincial Home, Kamioops	
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 Receipts	
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
50,3986 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
$10,981,279 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   1,500 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
$1,037,787 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
Statutory, " 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 Registry 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
E'rince 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 : F'age 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 ACCOVNT.—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 Estii333tates	
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
OVEREXTENDED.
 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 n 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 00
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 90-91
$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  3*10,620 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 R,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
Milin Estimates  $17,120 00
Special Warrant No. 47  348 00
Queen Charlotte Islands Sub-agency : Page C 99
Main Estimates  $1,050 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, i
$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.
DfiPART.MENT 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
Exi'ensbs) : Page O 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. H. 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 C 11-2
$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
Porest Protection Fund (" Forest Act "): Page C 119
Main Estimates      $120,000 00
Statutory :      14,792 99
Lumber Trade Extension :
Main Estimates	
Rainfall and Climatic Statistics :
Main Estimates	
Expenses rt? 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 Timrer Licence No. 38756 :
Suplemeutary Estimates	
Statutory:
Chapter 80, 1918, "Soldiers' Land Act"	
Chapter 46, 1919, "Pre-etuptors' Free Grants Act"
Special Warrants :
No*.   6. Refund re Papworth and Stevenson	
No.   6. Compensation re W. Foster	
No. 17. Re Brooks, Scanlon, & Co	
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 6121
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. Me 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
JM 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, 1911	
"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 C 145-147
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          $220,000 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 C 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 Warrants :
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
Statutory, 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
82,028,432 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 Marcpi, 1919.        C xxvii.
No.
of
Vote.
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
CAPITAL EXPENDITURES.
Sinking Funiis :
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 C 224
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 Oo
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 89
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
 DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE
Fiscal Year Ended 31st Maech, 1919
CURRENT ACCOUNT
Vote. SERVICE. Expended.
1. PUBLIC DEBT.
Interest  ($1,174,435.93) :
" Loan Acts, 1891, 1893, 1895, 1899, and 1902 "—12 months' interest
@ 3% on amount oi Inscribed Stock, viz., $9,921,936   $297,658 08
"Loan Act 1914"—12 months'  interest  @ 4%%  on  amount of
Inscribed  Stock, viz., $7,275,000       327,375 00
"Loan Act, 1915"—12 months' interest @ 4^29e on Debentures
of $3,130,000       140,850 00
"Loan Act, 1916"—12 months' interest @ 4%% on Debentures
of $2,000,000      90,000 00
" Loan Act,  1916 "—12 months' interest  @  5%  on  Debentures
of $1,000,000        50,000 00
" Loan Act, 1917 "—Interest @ 5% on Debentures of $800,000 . . 30.416 65
" Loan Act, 1918 "—Interest @ 5%% on Debentures of $3,000,000 11,753 42
Dyking Debentures, 1897 and 1899—12 months' interest @ 3%%
on $445,000        15.575 00
" Loan Act, 1916 "—Interest @ 5% on Treasury Bill of $500,000 2,054 79
" Loan Act, 1917 "—Interest @ 5% on Treasury Bill of $250,000 1.027 39
" Loan Act, 1918 ^'—Interest @ Q'/'o on Treasury Bill of $3,000,000 141,410 95
" Corporation of the District of South Vancouver Aid Act, 1918 "
—Interest @ 6%  on Treasury Notes of $790,000       44,670 82
" Revenue Act "—Interest @ 5f/o on Bank Overdrafts       21.643 83
  $1,174,435 93
Premium and Exchange ($4,200.33) :
Premium ou remittance for payment of Coupons " Loan Acts, 1915 and 1916 " 4,200 33
Discount and Commission ($235,089.11) :
% of 1% Commission to Loan Trustees on sums invested $       471 83
Brokerage, etc., on Sinking Fund investments    105 97
Annual Commission for inscribing and paying interest on Inscribed
Stock           5..820 00
Dividend Warrant Stamps and Postage in London  264 87
Commission for payment of Interest on Loans of 1915 and 1916 . . 316 75
" Loan Act, 1916 "—Discount on sale of $1,000,000 5% 10-year
Debentures        134,700 00
"Loan  Act,  1917 "—Discount on  sale of $500,000 5%  20-year
Debentures         64.350 00
" Loan Act,  1918"—Discount on  sale  of $3,000,000 6%  5-year
Treasury Bills $63,167.97, less rebate $54,508.28           8.659 69
"Loan Act, 1918 "—Discount on sale of $3,000,000 5%% 20-year
Debentures         20,400 00
 235,089 11
Total expenditure, Public Debt    $1,413,725 37
 C 2                    Expenditures, 1st A
I-RIL,   1918,   TO  31 SI
March,
1919.
Vote*                                                              SERVICE.
Expended.
2.                                                    LEGISLATION.
Members' Indemnities ($82,334.50) :
Forty-seven Members @ $1,600 each:
Anderson,  F.  W.
Mobley, F. II.
Barrow, Hon. E. D.
McDonald, A.
Bell,  G.
McGeer, G. G.
Bowser, W.  J.
Mcintosh, J. W.
Buckham, J. A.
McKenzie, W. A.
Burde, R. J.
Nelson, C. F.
Cowper, J. S.
Oliver, Hon. J.
Duncan, K. F.
Pattullo, Hon. T. D.
Farris, Hon. J. W. de B.
Pauline, F. A.
Fisher, A. I.
Pooley. R. II.
Giolma, F. W. H.
Rose, W. O.
Hall, H. C.
Ross, W. R.
■
Hanes, G. S.
Schofield, J. H.
Hart,   Hon.   J.
Sloan, Hon. W.
Hawthornthwaite, J. H.
Smith, Mrs. M. E.
Jackson,  M.  B.
Stewart, H.
Jones, J. W.
Sutherland, W. H.
Keen,  Hon.  J.
Thompson, J. E. W.
King,   Hon.   J.   H.
Walters. J.
Macdonald, K. C.
Weart, J. W.
Macdonald,  M.  A.
Whiteside, D.
MacKenzie, F. J. A.
Willson,  W.  D.
MacLean, Hon. J. D.
Yorston, J. M.
$
75,200 00
Mileage :
Anderson, F. W $165 00
Mcintosh, J. W.   ...
$ 40 00
Buckham, J. A.  . .
277 50
McKenzie, W. A.  ...
218
50
Burde, R. J	
67 00
Nelson, C. F	
278
00
Cowper, J. C	
40 00
Rose, W. O	
320
00
Duncan, K. F.  ...
20 00
Ross, W. R	
40
00
Fisher, A. I	
400 00
Schofield, J. H	
335
00
Hanes, G. S	
40 00
Smith, Mrs. M. E.  . .
40
00
Jones, J. W	
252 00
Stewart, II	
100
00
Keen, Hon. J.   . . .
321 00
Sutherland, W. H. . .
230
00
Macdonald, K. C.
230 50
Thompson, J. E. W. .
297
50
Macdonald, M. A.
40 00
40
00
MacKenzie, F. J. A
57 00
Weart, J. W	
40
00
Manson, A. M. . . .
326 50
592 50
Whiteside. D	
Willson. W. I)	
40
338
00
50
Mobley, F. II.  . . .
McDonald,  A.   ...
160 00
242
00
McGeer. G. G
40 00
5,634 50
Statutory Allowance to the Leade
• of the Opposition :
1,500 00
a.        oo oo/f
50
.p          C2^i,.J.J .
Salaries ($9,394.65) :
$
1,800 00
500 00
Deputy Speaker of the House .. .
. T. Fell	
1,200 00
600 00
.J. Cronk	
500 00
Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms	
.T. L. Barbour  	
290 00
290 00
Attendants:
.$237 50
Griffin. A. J	
.  241
75
Carr,  E 216 75
McLeod, M. J	
.  216
75
Christianson, E. V. A. 233 35
Orpen,  C.  H	
.  216 75
Cook, D. J   216 60
Sellick, R	
.  216
60
Galloway, G 241 75
2,308 75
Pages :
Donaldson, J. R. M.. .    63 75
McDonald, R	
7
50
Haydock, A     42 50
Nash,   G	
60
00
..$
Carri
:d
'orward   .
7,488 75 $    82,334
50
 10 Geo. 5        Expenditures;, 1st Aprtu, 1918, to 31 st March, 1919.
C 3
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Expended.
2.
LEGISLATION—Concluded.
Brought forward .
Salaries—Concluded.
Pages—Concltt ded.
Kav, T $ 70 00
Lennes,  C  62 50
Stenographers :
Abbott, V. M  65 00
Burrell, J  52 50
Caunter,  G  70 00
Hearns, J. M  157 50
Hickman, M. A  112 50
Unforeseen and unprovided :
Forsyth, J  60 00
Hosie, J  182 15
MacDonald, N. F  190 00
$    7,488 75 $     82,334 50
Nunn.  W. R.   .
Simpson, R. A.
, .$ 11 25
..    63 75
Knight, E. M.  15 00
Leclerq,  L. A  157 50
Mellor,   L  135 00
Palmer,   M  115 00
Simpson,   E  62 50
Palmer, M  100 00
Starr, A. E  50 00
Co.,   $157.05;    King
Printer,   $1,030.99 ;
S7 On
Expenses  ($9,562.03) :
Office Supplies, etc.:
B.C.   Telephone
postage,   $370.52;   Vancouver   " Province,"   $7.25;   Vancouver
" Sun," $22.68; Vancouver "World," $4,20; Victoria "Colonist,"
$9; A^ictoria "Times," $183.40; W. & J. Wilson, $3.50 :
Printing, Binding, etc.:
King's Printer	
Furniture and Fixtures:
Macey Office Equip.. Co., $80;   United Typewriter Co., $17.10. .
Select Standing Committees:
Justin Gilbert, $138 ; T. Harris, $84.08 ; H. Langlev, $1.89.75 ;
R. Telford, $83.20;  R. Walmsley, $110.05;   G. Young, $84.28. .
Incidentals:
B.C. Telephone Co., $19.45 ; R. A. Brown, $6.65 ; W. Cathcart & Co., $7.40; City of Victoria, $3.68; Columbia Paper Co.,
$8 ; Comrades' Auto Stand, $12 ; King's Printer, $501.66 ; P.
McQuade & Son., Ltd., $1; O'Connell's, Ltd., $15; R. P. Rithet
& Co., $12.15; N. F. MacDonald, $1,002.25 ; J. Smith, $11.50 ;
Tibbitts & Keys, $5 ;  Victoria Steam Laundry, $71.01;  Victoria
(.as Co., $27.51;  Weiler Bros.
AV. & J. AVilson, $6
$78.66 ;   B. Wilson Co., $12.75 ;
381 25
942 50
5S2 15
1,7S3 87
5,190 03
97 10
689 36
9,394 65
1,801 67
9,562 03
Total expenditure, Legislation   :    $   101,291 18
PREMIER'S OFFICE.
Salaries  ($10,410) :
The Premier Hon. John Oliver
Secretary W. AV. Baer	
Stenographer H. M. Mullaly  ..
Expenses.($2,174.09) :
Office Supplies:
F. Allbutt, $37.50; B.C. Telephone Co., $208.18; C.P.R. Tele
graph Co., $289.31; Dominion Government Telegraphs, 95c.
General Cartage Association, $1; G.N.W. Telegraph Co.
$240.62; King's Printer, $266.76; Nelson " Daily News," $2.50
postage, $103.42; Public Works Department (labour), $1.20
A'ancouver " Daily Province," $4; Arancouver " Daily Sun," $4
A'ictoria " Daily Colonist," $9; Arictoria " Daily Times," $13.20
Travelling Expenses :
Hon. John Oliver	
$ 7,500 00
1,860 00
1,050 00
$ 10,410 00
1,181 64
992 45
Total expenditure, Premier's Office   $     12,584 09
 C 1
Expenditures, 1st April, 1918, to 31st March, 1919.
A'ote.
No. of
SERVICE.
Expended.
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.
4. Minister's Office.
Salaries  ($7,492.50) :
The Minister  Hon. E. D. Barrow
Secretary E. J. Rossiter	
Secretary F. AV. Laing	
Clerk and Stenographer Marjorie Legg	
..$
5.000 00
625 00
1,087 50
180 00
Expenses ($1,611.63) :
Office Supplies, etc.:
B.C. News Co., Ltd., $2; B.C. Telephone Co., Ltd., $62.85;
C.P. Telegraph Co., 46c; Carter Electric Co., Ltd., $9.50;
King's Printer, $75.85 ; Lands Department, $10; Peerless Key
Co.,  Inc.,  $4.50;   postage,  $65.30;   A'ictoria  " Daily  Colonist,"
$9; Arictoria " Daily Times," $12.60	
Travelling Expenses:
Hon. E. D. Barrow, $1,337.97; F. AA*. Laing, $21.60	
$    7,492 50
252 00
1,359
Total expenditure, Minister's Office    $       9,104 13
General Office.
f   939 19
82 25
133 00
1.260 00
16 50
Salaries ($23,027.82) :
Deputy Minister  ...
Chief  Clerk   	
Accountant	
Statistician    	
Clerks:
A. J. Hourston . . .
F. AV. Laing	
C.  B. Martin   	
R. E. Mitchell	
F. Moss  	
R.  Murray      1.140 00
Junior Clerks :
J. H. Buckett $ 90 00
Clerk and Typist	
General Assistant	
Stenographers :
E. F. Babington $   800 33
C. J.  Clark          659 67
G. Gaunter            63 86
E.   Drummond       410 32
A. E. Evans        560 00
N.   Evans            50 00
M. E. Hamelin       425 32
A.   E.   Hill          780 00
Carpenter    	
Secretary,  AVomen's Institutes   . .
Temporary  assistance   	
AV.  E.  Scott   (5 mos.) .
W. J. Bonavia  	
W.   T.   Andrews   	
A.   B.   Tweddle   	
C. P. L. Pearson . . . $1,260 00
G. Pilmer -    1,260 00
E. P. Rush           12 00
G. H. Stewart        67 74
R.   C.   Welch         260 00
J.  H.  Crane   . . .
G.  Hawes   	
A.   H.  Shotbolt
.$399 96
A.  Hosford
.1.  Lees   	
D. Alacklin   	
M.  M.   Patchett
.AI.   AValsh   	
P. Warren   	
E. AVilliams   . . .
30 00
42 58
15 00
210 00
92 14
780 00
350 00
, D.  E. Mackereth  .
. E. S. MaeLachlin
. M.   Smith   	
Expenses ($9,068.93) :
Office Supplies, etc.:
Ashcroft Print Co., $5.40; B.C. News Co., $342.51; B.C. Telephone Co., $373.68; Canadian Express Co.. $3.50; C.P.R. Telegraph Co., $618.81; C.P.R, Co.. $369.95: Carter Electric Co..
$9.60; Clarke & Stuart Co.. Ltd.. 50c.; Cranbrook " Herald,"
$15.20; Dominion Express Co., $294.74; Dominion Government
Publications, 75c.; Dominion Government Telegraphs, $4.54;
E. & N. Railway Co., $S.48; Employers' Liability Assurance
Corporation, $4; "Farmers' Advocate." $5; General Cartage
Association, $1; G.N.W. Telegraph Co.. $158.77; Heaton's
Agency. $16.50 ; Hickman Tye Hardware Co., $107.36 : Kelowna
"Courier," $16.40; King's Printer, $4.048.40; Macey Office
Equipment Co.,  $215.60;  McTavish &  Spencer,  $2.20;   Nelson
1.300 00
1,863 96
1.560 00
1,624 00
6,430 68
489 96
900 00
1,380 00
5,269 22
1,180 00
480 00
550 00
$ 23,027 82
Carried forward $ 23,027 82 $       9,104 13
 10 Geo. 5        Expenditures, 1st April, 1918, to 31st March, 1919. C 5
A'ote
No, „■ SERVICE. Expended.
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE—Continued.
5. General Office—Concluded.
Brought forward  $ 23,027 82 $       9,104 13
Expenses—Concluded.
Office Supplies, etc.—Concluded.
" Daily News," $57.56; Peerless Key Co., $27; T. Plimley.
$18.40; postage, $753.90; C. H. Potts, $3.50; Princeton
" Star," $4; Provincial Secretary's Department, $61.68; Public
Works Department, $4.50; Reliable Transfer Co., $228.65;
Rural Pub. Co., $114.35; Shawnigan Lake Lbr. Co.. $143.32;
A. H. Shotbolt, $2.60; T. Shotbolt, $1.45; Sidney & Islands
" Review," $4.80; Smith & Champion. $5.10; Stadacona Farm,
$16; Turner, Beeton & Co., $29; United Typewriter Co., $5;
Vancouver "Daily Sun," $34.20; Vernon News P. & P. Co..
$9.80; Victoria "Colonist," $143.60; A'ietoria "Times," $47.60;
Victoria Typewriter Exchange, $5; F. AValmsley, $19.25; AVash-
ington   Irrigation   Inst.,   $1;    AVindsor   Grocery   Co.,    $1.75;
AVoman's Century, Ltd., $100         8,405 90
Travelling Expenses :
W. J. Bonavia. $87.47; O. E. Haves, $127.10; A'. S. Mac-
Lachlan, $115.15; G. Pilmer, $8.95; A. H. Shotbolt, $96.58;
A. B. Tweddle, $67.60 ; D. Warnock, $42.85 ; R. C. Welch, $57.33 603 03
Total expenditure, General Office    32,096 75
Horticultural Branch.
Salaries  ($29,672.65) :
Provincial  Horticulturist    M. S. Middleton $    1,440 00
Assistant Horticulturists :
P. E. French $   341 65    E. AV. AVhite $1,620 00
B. Hoy      1,739 92             3,701 57
Inspector   of   Imported   Fruit   and
Nursery Stock  AV. H. Lyne          1,879 92
Assistant Inspectors of Imported Fruit and Nursery Stock :
D. Gavet $1,692 00    AV. J. Graham   $1,460 00       3,152 00
Plant Pathologist   J. AA*. Eastham           2,160 00
Prairie Markets Commissioner  ... J. A. Grant          1,680 00
Asst, Inspector of Nursery  Stock, H.  F. Olds            1,340 00
District Fruit Inspectors:
C. R. Barlow $1,260 00    .1.   Tait    $1,200 00
H. H. Evaus      1.260 00             3,720 00
Potato Inspector   II. Gutteridge         1,340 00
Labour at Vancouver Fumigation Station:
A. B. C. Scavenger Co. $    2 00    J. EL Jones $   219 75
Champion & AVhite  . .    199 50    J.  Lane        1,037 50
Cotton Co., Ltd      31 50    A. Moffatt  11 20
H. Epps    399 50    J. Simon    18 75
('.  Freeman         29 75 J. H. Thompson ...       128 25
M. Gavet       68 25    T.  Plant     30 00
T. Hoskins      15 00             2,190 95
Special Labour re Fruit Pests and Diseases :
F. Adie    $     90 00    J. Johnstone   $     11 55
T. H. Bain        220 35    R. D. Kerr    7 50
S.  E.  Brown           64 00 A. AV. MacLean  ...     120 20
E. R.  Buckell         144 00 J. AV. McClounie . .        77 00
A.   Cameron              8 75 K.  AV.   Munson   . . .   1.009 90
AV.   Carpenter         132 50 J.  A.   McDonald   . .    " 11 25
AV.   Chamberlain   ... 6 35    J. Paret           16 00
C. A. Cock        218 75    P. R. Peele          28 75
AV. J. Cook       192 50     J. C. Rykert         20 00
E.   Covell         137 75    AV. H. Snell        50 60
S.   Dungate             84 00    T. Steed          20 00
Curried forward    $ 22,604 44 $     41.200 88
 C 6 Expenditures, 1st April, 1918, to 3]st March, 1919.
Vote
No, c>f SERVICE. Expended.
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE—Continued.
6. Horticultural Branch—Continued.
Brought forward  $ 22,604 44 $     41,200
Salaries—Concluded.
Special Labour re Fruit Pests and Diseases—Concluded.
R. H. Eby $ 11 25    T. Symes   $     85 75
R. T. Evans  156 25 H. T. Thompson . ..     283 75
A.  Foreland     5 81    A. Turner           4 00
G.   Garlick      16 10    Ii.  Turner            45 00
C.Hatfield     14 40 AA*. H. AVhimster. . .     286 25
J. S. Heales    20 00 G.  E.  AA*ilkerson   . .     702 50
AV. A*. Jackson    8 00    Pay-list   2.732 45
G.   S.  Jermyn     25 00        7,068 21
29,672 65
Expenses ($13,641.88) :
Office  Supplies,  etc.:
R. C. Abbott, $153.54 ; Alberta Government Telephone, $33.75 ;
American Railway Perishable Freight Association. $3 ; Bank of
Ottawa, $125; C. R. Barlow. $23.65; Bishop & Christie, Ltd.,
$1.16;   B.C. Assay & Chemical Supply Co., Ltd., $18.30; B.C.
, Electric Railway Co., Ltd., $4.04; B.C. News Co., Ltd., $44.62;
B.C. Telephone Co., Ltd., $172.26; Brooks-Corning Co., Ltd.,
$31J5; H. B. Burtch, $30; AV. A. Caldwell, $10; Calgary
Towel & Cabinet Supply Co., $1.25; Campbell's Storage Co.,
Ltd., $3.25; C.P.R. Co.. Freight, $66.71; C.P.R. Co., Telegraph,
$28.40; Canniff-O'Brien Ptg. Co.. $787; W. Carpenter, 95c;
Ceperley, Rounsefell & Co., Ltd., $73.50; Chapman's Motor Cartage, $4.87; Chilliwack Tel. Co., $2.75; City of Calgary Elec
Light Co., 75c.; Clarke & Stuart Co., Ltd., $150; C. A. Cock,
$3.70; AA*. J. Cook, $2.06; Corp. of Summerland, $11; E. Covell,
$2.25; W. Crofts. $2; Dixon & Murray, $29.85 ; Dom. Express
Co., $1.30; J. AV. Eastham, $26.57; R. H. English, $6.95; H. H.
Evans, $2S.95; P. E. French, $7.45; E. J. Galloway, $1; J. A.
Grant, $382.60; G.N.AV. Tel. Co., $2.40; AA*. H. Hayes, $1;
G. R. Hookham Co., $4; B. Hoy, $27.83; Hudson's Bay Co.,
$1.70; Kelowna Farmers' Institute, $153; King's Printer,
$1,000.31; AV. H, Lyne, $59.45; J. A. MacDonald, 42c; A. W.
MacLean, $1.85; C. A. MacMahon. $235; M. A. Middleton,
$8.26; J. R. Mitchell, $60; Mitchell-Foley, Ltd., $14.49; K. AA*.
Munson, $5.70; J. A. McDonald, 29c; Office Specialty Mfg. Co.,
$11.50 ; Okanagan Tel. Co., $95.15 ; postage, $122.74 ; A. H. Shot-
bolt, $2; D. Spencer, Ltd., $4.75; A. H. Steven, $24 ; Summer-
land Drug Co., $1.25; Summerland Supply Co.. $24.60; Summer-
land Tel. Co., $16.75; J. Tait, $83 ; Terminal Salvage Co., 50c ;
H. T. Thompson. $2.50; United Typewriter Co., Ltd., $12.75;
H. E. Upton, $8.92; Vancouver City Waterworks, $3.50; A'ietoria AVharf and AA'arehouse Co., Ltd., $141; E. AV. AA'hite,
$2.50; G. E. AVilkerson, $8; Wood, A'allance & Leggat, Ltd.,
$23.56;  pay-list  (reports), $217.50           4,755 25
Travelling Expenses:
R. C. Abbott. $265.95; T. AL Anderson, $27; T. H. Bain.
$90.45; C. R. Barlow. $247.65; E. R. Buckell, $44.50; W.
Carpenter, $6.40; J. AV. Eastman, $443.38; H. O. English, $4;
H. Epps, $8.75; H. H. Evans. $606.0S; P. E. French. $208.17;
D. Gavet. $46.80 ; AV. J. Graham. $165.15; J. A. Grant, $959.61;
L. Gordon, $28; H. Gutteridge. $334.82; B. Hoy, $779.01;
W. IL Lvne, $183.10; M. S. Middleton. $797.89; K. AV. Munson,
$532.23; H. F. jOlds, $14.18; H. T. Thompson, $56.-80; J. Tait,
$31840; E. AV. White, $1,093.21; G. E. AVilkerson, $33.85 . . .        7,304 08
Suppression of Diseases:
C. R. Barlow, 30c; B. & K. Aiming Co.. Ltd.. $1.39; B.C.
Assay & Chemical Supply Co., Ltd., $64.15; B.C. Growers, Ltd.,
$17.50; Chapman's Motor Cartage, $5.25; Dry Belt Settlements
Carried forward    $ 41,731 98 $     41,200 88
 10 Geo. 5        Expenditures, 1st April, 1918, to 31st March, 1919. C 7
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE. Expended.
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE—Continued.
0. Horticultural Branch—Concluded.
Brought forward $ 41,731 98 $     41,200 88
Expenses—Concluded.
Suppression of Diseases—Concluded.
Utilities, Ltd., $1; J. AA*. Eastham, $1.50; H. H. Evans, $67.60;
A. Forslund, $9.39; P. E. French, $19.27; G.N. Transfer Co.,
Ltd., $3.50; B. Hoy, $113.24; E. C. Hunt, $31.20; AV. T.
Hunter, $9.75; Imperial Oil Co., Ltd., $15.75; F. M. Ivett,
$12.40; W. A*. Jackson, $21.32; J. Johnstone, $13.15; AV. H.
Lyne, $77.96; K. AA*. Munson, $3.46; McNeill, AVelch & AVilson,
$50.53; National Drug Co., $24; Neil & Cryderman, $3.50;
Pacific Transfer Co., $11; Salmon Arm Farmers' Exchange,
$18.65; G. A. Stevens, $578.75; J. Tait, $1.15; Taylor Chemical
Co.. $227.33; J. A. Tepoorten, Ltd.. $10; H. T. Thompson,
$3.90; Turnbull Bros., $41.81; Vernon Fruit Union, $11.75;
Victoria Chemical Co., Ltd., $16.15; AA'atkins' Garage, $31.83;
E. W. AVhite, $5.93; AVheeler, Reynolds & Co., $38.45; G. E.
AVilkerson, $14.52; Wood, A'allance & Leggat, Ltd., $4.22         1,582 55
Special  Warrant No.  8—Coast Markets  Commissioner's  Office
(Vancouver).
Salaries ($3,293.28) :
Coast Markets Commissioner    R. C. Abbott $    2,266 64
Stenographer    F. M. Lawson . ..        1.026 64
$    3,293 28
Expenses  ($1,592.04) :
li. C. Abbott, $1,059.43; Bank of Ottawa, $175;
B.C. News Co., Ltd., 60c.; B.C. Telephone Co., Ltd..
$76.21; C.P.R. Telegraph Co., $59; Clarke & Stuart
Co., $17.70; Columbia Paper Co., Ltd., $28.50; Grain
Trade News, $3; Henderson Directory Co., $8; King's
Printer, $32.30; AV. T. McArthur & Co.. $3.30;
Postage   (Victoria),  $96;  M.  I.   Simmonds, $27.50;
F. AValmsley, $5.50           1,592 04
 4,885 32
Total expenditure, Horticultural Branch     48,199 85
Live Stock Branch.
Salaries  ($24,111.21) :
Live Stock Commissioner   AV. T. McDonald $     2.499 96
Poultry Instructor J. R. Terry           1,820 00
Assistant Poultry Instructor   H. E. Upton         1,600 00
Assistant  Dairy  Instructor    T. A. F. AViancko         1.800 00
Soil and  Crop Instructor   H. O. English   (7%  mos.)...        1.125 00
Chief  Veterinary  Inspector    A. K. Knight           2,100 00
Assistant A'eterinary Inspectors:
W.  W. Alton    $1,880 00    D. H. McKav    $1,600 00
AV. T. Brookes      1 600 00    S. A. K. AVhite    1.SS0 00
B.  R.  Ulsley      1,880 00             8,840 00
Brand Inspectors:
J.   Bennett           20 00    R. Cahilty     1.340 00
F.  AV.  Jackson         256 25              1,616 25
Milk-testers:
E. Rive      1,340 00     J.  B.  AA'atson      1,340 00       2.680 00
Temporary assistance C. J. Clark  30 00
Expenses ($14,868.29) :
Office Supplies, etc.:
American Express Co., $8.90; Belyea & Co.. Ltd., $5; B.C.
News Co., Ltd., .$27.23 ; B.C. Telephone Co., Ltd., $193.23 ; D. E.
$ 24,111 21
Carried forward $ 24,111 21 $     89,400 73
 C 8
Expenditures, 1st April, 1918, to 31st March, 1919.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Expended.
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE—Continued.
Live Stock Branch—Concluded.
Brought forward  $ 24,111 21 $     89,400 73
Expenses—Concluded.
Office Supplies—Concluded.
Campbell. $8.75; C.P.R. Telegraph Co., 26c ; Cutter Laboratory,
$822.50; C. IL Dana, $75; Dominion Government Telegraphs,
$1.66; E. Fleming, $1.85; J. A. Flett, $1.35;  H.M.  Customs,
$28.12;    International   Farm    Congress,   $2;    King's   Printer.
$1,070.99;   Lederle  Antitoxin   Laboratory,   $10.20;   McTavish
Bros.,  $2;   F.  Pagett,  $1.75;   T.  Plimley.  $15.57;   Postmaster,
Chilliwack.    50c;    Postmaster,    Ladysmith.    $1;    Postmaster,
Marpole,  $1;   postage,  Victoria.  $350.21;   E.  G.  Prior &  Co..
Ltd.,   $2.42;    T.    Shotbolt.    $5.20;    Sommer   &    Sons.    $1.80;
B.C.  Stevens Co., $8.33;  Taylor & Co., $1.50;  H.  E.  Upton
(sundries).   $19.30;   A'ernon   Hardware   Co..   $3.25;    A'ictoria
Book & Stationery Co., Ltd., $7.65; AL E. AVilson, $21.02         2,705 60
Travelling Expenses :
AV. AV. Alton, $1,043.75 ; W. T. Brookes, $1,019.06 ; R. Cahilty,
$364.95;  H. O. English. $846.96; AV. Greenwood, $2.30;  S.  H.
Hopkins, $17.15: B. R. Ilsley, $1,413.75; F. AV. Jackson, $62;
G. A. Johnson, $2.75 ; A. Knight, $910.45 ; W. S. May, $20.50;
M. S. Middleton. $2; Ii. McDonald, $14.75;  AV. T. McDonald,
$1,086.12;   D.   H.   McKay,   $1,105.96;   R.   AV.   Patten,   $5;   G.
Pilmer, $38.45; R. Pritchard, $1.50; AV. B. Stewart, $3; J. R.
Terry.   $634.95;   II.   E.   Upton,   $1,301.40;   S.   A.   K.    White,
$1,113.50; T. A. F. AViancko, $1,152.38       12,102 69
Total expenditure, Live Stock Branch
38. 79 50
Miscellaneous Grants, etc.
(«.) Compensation for Tubercular Cattle destroyed ($15,492.16) :
AV. P. Allen, $14.50; J. Anderton. $50; R. Armstrong, $40;
R. Arnold. $60; A. L. Atkinson, $50; E. D. Barrow, $42 ; AV. Bell.
$50; D. Bennie, $45; C. Bowater, $32.50; O. Bowman, $250;
T. Bovle, $85; Bridges Bros.. $230.61; E. Brodie, $50; J. Brown.
$12; T. Brown. $5; AA". H. Buckingham, $75; J. Bull, $85; J.
Burg, $50; S. Calhoun, $35; A. C. Cameron. $10.80; L. Carlson,
$50; T. Cassidy, $37.50; G. Cassidy, $125; W. M. Caswell. $50;
II.  Caverlev,  $45;  G. E.  Chadsey, $40;   S.  A.  Chadsey.  $50;  J.
' Charleton, $95 ; Charter & Hyden, $50; S. Chevally, $25 ; Chilliwack Meat & Supply Co.. $100; Clifton Estate, $10; AV. A. Cosier,
$45; Crane, Eckert & Co., $226; P. Crankshaw, $13.55; E. A.
Crawford. $50; H. A. Crocker. $50 ; J. Crowley, $150; A. Davie,
$50; J. Dobbs, $82.50; J. G. Dobbs. $35; A. Dragon. $25; G.
Dunsmore, $100 ; A. Duperry, $20 ; G. Embree. $467.56 ; J. Erskine.
$100; C. Evans, $100; J. A. Evans, $197.15; A. E. J. Farrow,
$50 ; H. T. Fall. $50 ; A. Fish, $50; J. W. Fleet, $25; A. Forsland.
$37.50; J. J. Forster. $50; AV. Fraser, $30; A. A. Gallagher. $85;
AV. Gay, $50; A. Gillis, $50; V. Gowan. $100; j. Green, $50;
T. Green. $70; D. Gunn, $40; T. Hall. $50; T. Hall, $351; J.
Hazelhurst, $20; J. VV. Hollingshead. $23.13; A. Holman, $40;
J. E. Hourston, $40; E. Hull, $40; A. Hurst, $35; J. Huston,
$91; J. M. Jones, $100; K. Kawace, $55.00; G. A. Keir, $100;
F. J. Kellaway, $40; Kennedy Bros., $50; J. Kishamotato,
$371.71; Y. Kisiiamota, $50 ; K. Kobayakawa, $179.74 ; G. Kometz.
$15.88; T. E. Ladner, $303.70; P. Lain. $45; A. Laird. $50;
D. Lamb, $20; C. Lehman. $50; A. Linnett, $42.80; AV. II. Linton,
$100; O. Lloyd, $200; C. F. Lockhart, $50; M. Lynch, $40;
Macadam & Frampton, $i'25; E. B. Madill. $95; A. J. Marple.
$98; J. Marshal, $80; L. L. Maynard, $379.20; AV. Mellis, $50;
H. Milne, $100; II. C. Minckler. $50; A. Morrison, $50; F. R.
Morrison, $25 ; M. Murphy, $85 ; F. S. Murray, $50 ; J. McCallum,
$50;  I.  McClure,  $35;   T.  McDermot,  $150;   S.  AV.  McGregor.
Carried fori
,d   $   128,380 23
 10 Geo. 5        Expenditures, 1st April, 1918, to 31st March, 1919. C 9
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE. Expended.
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE— Continued.
Miscellaneous Grants, etc.—Continued.
Brought forward    $   128,380
(tt.) Compensation for Tubercular Cattle destroyed—Concluded.
$150; D. E. McKay. $50 ; AV. J. McLean, $50; G. McLelland, $50 ;
A. McLennan, $50; A. S. McLeod, $40; McPherson & Fullerton,
$290.10; M. J. Nelles, $50; G. M. Newell, $50; C. Nickolson.
$300 ; T. Nimsik, $50 ; N. Nowell, $50 ; E. M. O'Brien, $10 ; Pace
& Co., $50; AV. Patterson, $50; T. Pel., $30; S. P. Pond, $50:
T. II. Porter, $65 ; H. Pringle, $50; J. S. Putnam, $50; E. & T.
Raper. $325; E. B. Richardson, $50; R, P. Rithet, $65; M.
Robbins, $40; R. M. Robson, $30; J. Robson, $100; G. Rogers,
$185; J. Rogerson, $30; Mrs. Rudd, $50; F. AV. Rudge, $71.76;
O.  Iiyall,  $5.62;   E.   Sabourin.  $135.64;   Shannon  Bros.,  $249;
E. S. Sims, $25; J. Sing, $70; G. Sing, $50; M. Smith, $25;
A. Soles. $50; AV. W. Southin, $30; C. J. V. Spratt, $75; G.
Sproat, $50; J. Stapleton, $100; J. G. Stone, $50; D. AA*.
Strachan, $100; Sunbeam Dairy, $125; R. Swartz, $50; Tanner
& Hillis, $112.50; T. Tateshi, $74.79; W. J. Taylor, $30; Jas.
Thompson, $50; Jos. Thompson. $227.00; Ii. Thompson. $25;
W. H. Todd. $40; F. AV. Toop, $100; II. H. Toop. $21; J. H.
Toop, $25; J. AV. Toop, $43; R. S. Toop, $50; B. & P. Tope, $35;
F. AV. Townsend, $175; AV. N. Townsend, $270; II. Trites, $70;
G. AA*. Urquhart, $40; A'aneouver-Prince Rupert Meat Co., $40;
IL Vickery, $315.50; H. AHags, $40; J. A'olpatie, $116.72 ; H. Vye,
$100; A. Ii. AVebster, $50; J. Welsh, $55.50; T. Welsh, $50;
T. L. White, $100; H. R. AVhitworth, $70; P. AVilliams, $215;
W. G. AVilliams, $35; J. AVilson, $122.50; T. Withers, $25; F. A*.
Worrell, $435; A. Worth, $50; F. R. AV right, $25 ; A. Zink, $110 $ 15,492 16
(b.)  Agricultural Associations, etc.  ($14,962.53) :
G rants in Aid of Prize-lists :
Agassiz, $250; Aldergrove, $100; Armstrong and
Spallumcheen,  $1,000;  Arrow Lakes, $250;  Bella
Coola.   $100;   Burquitlam,   $150;   Cariboo,   $250;
Central   Park.   $150;    Chilliwack,   $600;    Comox,
$300;   Coquitlam,   $150;   Cowichan,   $750;   Cranbrook, $750 ; Creston, $250 ; Elk' A'alley and Natal,
$100;  Fruitvale,  $100;  Islands,  $250;  Kamioops.
$400;   Kelowna.  $600;   Ladysmith,   $300;   Langley.
$200; Lasqueti Island, $100; Maple Ridge, $200;
Matsqui.   $200;   Mission,   $200;   Nanaimo,   $350;
Nanoose, $100;  Nelson, $500;  N. and  S.  Saanich,
$400;   Northern,  $500;   Slocan  Lake,  $150;   Summerland,     $350;     Surrey,     $250;     Trail,     $250;
AVindermere, $300 $ 10,850 00
Grants in Aid of Poultry- shows :
Armstrong District, $203.50; Chilliwack District,
$232.50; Fernie District. $203.50; Nelson District,
$232.50;  New Denver District. $203.50; Penticton
District,   $203.50;    A'ancouver   District.    $203.50;
A'ancouver   Island   District,   $290.50;    A'ancouver
Provincial Show, $727  '.       2,500 00
Judging at Fall Fairs:
E.  II. Barton. $79;   II.  Barton.  $100;  J.  Cook,
$42.90; F. Fleetham, $35.50; S. Le O. Grant, $5;
S.   H.   Hopkins,   $4.50;   P.  AV.   A.   Jones,   $26.70;
AV.   Mclntyre,   $9.25;   E.   A.   Orr,   $103;   II.   D.
Parker, $20; J. B. Partington, $13.40; H. D. Reid,
$54.65;  J. R. Riddell, $25; AV. N. Scott, $38.70;
G. AV. Shannon, $43.80;  S. H.  Shannon, $32.05;
A. B. Smith, $22;  J. A. Turner, $302.71;  II.  E.
AVaby,   $200;   W.   AValker,   $52.52;   B.   AVright.
$237.15            1,447 83
Carried forward   $ 14,797 83 $ 15,492 16 $   128,380
 C 10 Expenditures, 1st April, 1918, to 31st March, 1919.
Vote. SERVICE. Expended.
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE—Continued.
8. Miscellaneous Grants, etc.—Continued.
Brought forward $ 14,797 83 $ 15,492 16 $   128,380 23
(6.)  Agricultural Associations, etc.—Concluded.
Sundry Expenses:
E. & N. Railway Co., $9.20; G. A. Hankey & Co.,
$45; F. Jeune & Bro., Ltd., $42; Lemon, Gonnason
& Co., $28; Pandora Sail and Tent Factory, $40.50 164 70
      14,962 53
(c.)   Farmers' Institutes ($9,892.11) :
Grants in Aid :
Aldergrove, $37; Arrow and Slocan Lakes, $31;
Arrow  Park.  $27;   Barriere,   $44;   Baynes,   $25;
Bella Coola, $30; Bulkley A*alley, $43; Burquitlam
and  Coquitlam,  $59;   Burton,  $9.50;   Cape  Scott,
$36 ; Cariboo, $55 ; Central Park, $45 ; Chilliwack,
$67.50;   Columbia   A'alley,   $17;   Comox,   $60.50;
Coombs.    $35;    Cortes    Island,    $27;    Cowichan,
$84.50;   Cranbrook,  $67.50;   Crawford   Bay,   $48;
Creston, $103.50; Delta, $60; Demnan Island. $25;
Dome Creek, $30; Dunster, $8; Eagle River Valley,
$61;   Eaglet   Lake,   $30;   Endako,   $314.05;   Elk
A'alley,   $41;   Evergreen,   $25;   Fire   Valley,   $22;
Forest Grove, $8;  Fort Fraser. $26;  Fort Steele,
$26; Francois Lake, $68.50 ; Golden, $13.50; Glen-
side, $25; Graham Island, $24; Grand Forks, $50;
Greenwood,  $36 ;   Harrop,  $55.50;   Hendon,   $16;
Houston,    $15.50;    Howe    Sound,    $10;    Islands,
$75.25; Kaleden, $22 ; Kamioops, $58.50 ; Kelowna,
$77;  Kent,  $43;   Kispiox,  $12.50;   Kitimat,  $22;
Kitsumgallum, $51.50; Kootenay River, $63 ; Lake
District,  $15;   Langley,  $42;   Lardeau,  $48;   Las-
queti    Island,    $26.25;    Lumby.    $59.50;    Lytton,
$53.50;    Malcolm    Island,   $29;    Mapes,    $17.50;
Maple Ridge, $44; Martin's Prairie, $50; Matsqui,
$24.50;   Metchosin,  $67.50;   Mission  City.  $52.50;
Mount   Ida,  $54.50;   Mount  Olie,   $19;   McBride,
$35; Nahwitte and Strandby, $17 ; Nanaimo-Cedar,
$62.50;   Naramata,   $24;   Nechako    (1917),   $33;
Nechako. (1918), $39; Needles, $25; New Denver,
$26;   Newgate,  $36;  Nicola,  $44;  North  Fraser,
$36 ; North Okanagan, $39 ; North A'ancouver, $40 ;
Notch   Hill   and   Shuswap,   $39;   Okanagan,   $54;
Okanagan Centre. $29; Pender Island, $32; Pouce
Coupe, $121; Powell River, $31; Proctor and District,  $54;   Revelstoke,  $51;   Robson,   $43;   Rock
Creek, $257.70; Rose Hill, $55.50; Rossland, $37;
Sayward,  $21;   Shirley  and  District,  $60;   Similkameen,  $39;   Skidegate  Inlet,  $18;   Sooke,   $26;
South   Bulkley,   $23.50;    South   Kootenay,   $30;
South Saanich, $49; South Slocan. $22; Spallumcheen, $50.75; Strawberry Hill, $25; Sumas, $33;
Summerland,   $46;   Sunnyside.   $26;   Surrey,   $55;
Texada Island, $51; Upper North Thompson. $18;
Upper  Skeena,  $194.40;   Victoria,  $09.50;   AVhite
Creek A'alley, $36 ; Willow Park, $34 ; AVindermere,
$52.50   . . . .' $    5,210 50
Grants to Institutes for Field-crop Competitions:
Columbia Valley,  $50;  Coombs,  $25;  Crawford
Bay, $25;  Eagle River A'alley, $50;  Fire A'alley,
$50; Grand Forks, $25; Kelowna, $50; Kootenay
River, $50;  Lake District. $50; Martin's Prairie,
$25 ; Matsqui, $25 ; Metchosin, $50 ; Nakusp, $25 ;
Carried forward  . . ■. $    5,210 50 $ 30,454 69 $   128,380 23
 10 Geo. 5        Expenditures, 1st April, 1918, to 31st March, 1919. C 11
^"ofe* SERVICE. Expended.
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE—Continued.
8. Miscellaneous Grants, etc—Continued.
Brought forward $    5,210 50 $ 30,454 69 $   128,380 23
(c.)  Farmers' Institutes—Concluded.
Grants to Institutes for Field-crop Competitions—Concluded.
Nechako, $40; Newgate, $25; Nicola, $50; North
Okanagan,  $25;   Notch   Hill  and   Shuswap,   $40;
Pender Island, $50; Revelstoke, $50; Rock Creek,
$50 ; Rose Hill, $50 ; Spallumcheen, $50 ; A'ictoria,
$50; AVindermere, $25         1,005 00
Grants   for   Prizes   to   AA'inners   in   Seed-production
Competitions:
J.  AV.  Crawford,  $10;  Dean  Bros..  $5;   C.  R.
Green. $10;  G. S. Harris, $15; AV. T.  Hayhurst,
$40; P. W. A. Jones, $20; E.  V. T. Raper, $20;
L. Taylor, $10;  F. Wooster, $10    140 00
Expenses attending Conferences:
J.   Bailey,   $59.40;   J.   D.   Charleson,   $163.15;
A. D. Clyde, $82.25; J. AV. Gidley. $3; C. E. AV.
Griffiths,  $135.56;   AV.   Harrison,   $150.85;   C.   C.
Heaven, $91.90; M. F. Nourse, $125.65; H. Silver-
thorne, $100.15; A. B. Smith, $101.49        1,013 40
Purchase and Transportation of Pure-bred Stock :
E. IL Barton, $196.90; Ii. Bray, $21.63; AV. A.
Clemons, 50c.; G. H. Hadwen, $85; AV. H. Hawk-
shaw, $93.44; T. Knowles, $171.25; G. AV. Mutter,
$135.90 ; P. Owens, $225 ; Pacific Transfer, $13.80 ;
W. A. Shafer,' 50c; J. Thompson, $317.50; E. A.
Wells, $295.43         1,556 85
Sundry Expenses:
Canadian  National Live Stock Records,  $2.25;
Georgetown Saw Mill Co., $29.91; G.T.P. Railway
Co.,   $1;   A.   J.   Irwin,   $29.80;    King's   Printer,
$767.90; A. H. Maynard, $10.50; postage, $125 ... 966 36
9,892 11
(d.)  Women's Institutes ($5,957.91) :
Grants in Aid :
Agassiz, $13; Arrow Park, $11.50; Atchelitz,
$9 ; Barriere, $8.50 ; Boundary, $11.50 ; Burquitlam,
$23; Burton, $8.50; Central Park, $15.50; Chilliwack, $13 ; Cranbrook, $86.50 ; Crawford Bay, $19 ;
Creston, $49.50; Colwood. $26.25; Cowichan,
$81.25; Garden City, $31.50; Haney, $35.25;
Harrop and District, $22; Hatzic. $16.50; Hazel-
mere, $28.50; Kalamalka, $38.75; Kaslo, $61.50;
Kelowna, $66.75; Keremeos. $42; Lake Hill,
$18.75; Langford, $17.50; Langley (Fort), $35.25;
Matsqui, $16; Metchosin, $15; Mission, $17.50;
Mount Ida, $23 ; Nakusp, $35 ; Naramata, $27.75 ;
Nelson, $72.25; North Saanich, $42.50; Okanagan, ,
$21; Oyster District, $21; Parksville, $35.25;
Peachland, $19; Penticton. $84.50; Pend d'Oreille,
$14; Robson, $17; Rock Creek, $33.75; Rutland,
$22 ; Salmon Arm, $54 ; Salmon River A'alley, $28 ;
Shawnigan. $35.50; Silver Creek, $12.75; Similkameen, $10.50; Sooke, $11; South Saanich, $21.75;
Strawberry Hill, $10 : Summerland, $41.25 ; Surrey,
$22.50; Tappen, $28.50; Tillicum, $54; Tynehead,
$17.25; Upper Sumas, $16.50; A*ernon, $37; AVest
Summerland, $28; AVillow Point, $27.50; West
Saanich, $50 ?    1 >812 "5
Salaries:
A.   Blackwood-AVileman,   $170;   M.   S.   Davies,
$40:   F.   B.   Fadden,   $60;   J.   Forshaw,   $10;   O.
Carried forward   $    1,812 75 $ 40,346 80 $   128,380 23
 C 12 Expenditures, 1st April, 1918, to 31st March, 1919.
Vo'tc SERVICE. Expended.
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE—Continued.
8. Miscellaneous Grants, etc—Continued.
Brought forward $    1,812 75 $ 40,346 80 $   128,380 23
(d.)  AA'omen's Institutes—Concluded.
Salaries—Concluded.
Hayes,   $450;   A*.   S.   MacLachlan,   $140;   AV.   M.
Palethorpe,  $10;   II.  E.   Ryan,  $75;   C.   Spofford,
$60; A. L. Trask, $95          1.110 00
Expenses attending Conferences :
M. M. Allen, $11.55; E. Barrow, $12.05; C. Bedford,  $19.10;   K.   Bentley,  $12.25;   E.  A.   Birkett,
$17.95; A. Blackwood-AVileman. $316.48; A. Both-
well,   $9.95;   C.   Brown,   $19.45;   AV.   H.   Brown.
$10.15;  G. Bunting, $9.50; F. A. Burton. $24.80;
J. S. Chalmers, $51.05; R. AV. Chalmers. $102.48;
A.   Christison,   $15.90;   J.   I.   Croft,   $9;   A.   M.
Cuthbe, $16.15; M. S. Davies. $22.31; J. Davidson,
$8.55;    H.   Dobson,   $49.50;    M.    E.    Donaldson,
$13.65; E. B. Duke, $11.65; A. E. Elliott, $8.50;
F.   B.   Fadden,   $59;   N.   Fadden.   $11.40;   E.   J.
Fleming. $19.65;  J. Forshaw,  $5.45;  A.  Forsyth.
$9.00; E. M. Fowler, $19.25; D. E. Gold, $18.55;
P.  H.  Green,  $11;   II.   K.   Harrison,   $21.10;   O.
Hayes, $48.82; H. A. Hincks, $14.30; JI. Huntley,
$9.75;  II.  L.  Inkster,  $16;  D.  J.  Innis.  $20.50;
A*. Johnstone, $3; T. F. Lean, $32.40; AL J. Locke.
$19.35;   I.   Lowery,   $17.95;   T.   AA*.   Lytic   $8.50;
V.  S.  MacLachlan,  $97.10;   G.  Makinson.  $34.50;
M.  Malcolm,  $14.75;   J.  A.   Maxwell.. $14;   I.   H.
Moodv,  $19.20;   C.   J.   McArthur,   $34.45;   Z.   M.
McGregor, $13 ; A. D. McLennan, $33.50 ; J. McRae,
$13.25; M. E. Noble, $12.05; C. D. Ogilvie, $15.65;
E.   F.   Osborne,   $11.30;   JI.   L.   Parsell,   $18.55;
W.   M.   Palethorpe,   $7.70;   A.   Peterson,   $16.40;
H.   E.   Ryan,   $105.65;   JI.   E.   Service,   $15.75;
M. Simistei, $9.95 ; M. G. Simson, $7.40 ; D. A. O.
Solly, $12.25; C. Spofford, $114.30: C. S. Squires,
$18.85; L. M. St. Jean, $21.35; A. S. Thompson,
$22.10; A. L. Trask, $161.15 ; G. H. Wall, $22.10. .       2,003 79
Sundry Expenses:
II. Birks & Sons, $42;  B.C. News Co., $43.21;
Gidley's Studio, $9;  T. N. Hibben & Co., $91.23;
Hickman Tye Hdwe.  Co.,  $10.16;  King's  Printer,
$390.55;   Lake   Hill   Grocery,   $2.55;   F.   Jlellor,
$14.50; Jiusson Book Co., 96c ; Nat. Jlotion Pictures  Co.,  $251.76;   Nelson  Gun  &  Cycle  AA'orks,
$5.50;  postage, $70;  Pressure Cooker Co., $22.50;
David   Spencer.   Ltd.,   $38.67;    Victoria   Book   &
Stationery Co., $32.78          1,031 37
5,957 91
(c.)   In Aid of B.C. Bee-keepers' Association   250 00
(/.)   In Aid of B.C. Dairymen's Association           1.500 00
(<7.)  In Aid of B.C. Entomological Society   250 00
(h.)   In Aid of B.C. Fruit-growers' Association         3,000 00
(..)   In Aid of B.C. Goat-breeders' Association   500 00
(j.)   In Aid of B.C. Poultry Association        2,350 00
(k.)   In Aid of B.C. Stock-breeders' Association  ($627.26) :
A. Davie, $46.20; G. E. Day, $50; H. du A'ernet. $4.69; Gowans
Bros., $42.80; AV. H. Harkshaw, $23.65; Kamioops "Telegram."
$1.50;   King's  Printer.  $10.20;  A.  G.   Marshall,  $11.87;   J.   T.
Jlaynard,  $17.45;  AV.  J.  JlcKim,  $3.10;  C.  Nicholson,  $16.90;
T.    Parker,   $23.30;   A.   D.   Paterson.   $37.75;    postage,   $20;
Shannon Bros., $18.90; T. A. Shaw, $21.25; J. R. Tiffin, $8.25;
S.  F.  Tolmie,  $69.85;   H.  Trussler,  $19.10;   J.   Turner,  $39.50;
AV. C. Live Stock Union, $100; J. G. AVhiteacre, $41    627 26
Carried forward $ 54,781 97 $   128.380 23
 10 Geo. 5        Expenditures, 1st April, 1918, to 31st March, 1919. C 13
Vote. SERVICE. Expended.
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE—Continued.
8. JIiscellaneous Grants, etc.—Concluded.
Brought forward $ 54,781 97 $   128,380 23
(I.)     In Aid of B.C. Flockmasters' Association   250 00
(m.)   In Aid of B.C. Seed-growers' Association           1.000 00
(».)    Operation of Frondeg Farm ($6,081.26) :
Pay-lists, $2.604.5,*; T. P. Barry. $84.30; Brackman-Ker Milling Co., Ltd., $452.20; Ii. Bray. $23; B.C. Telephone Co., Ltd.,
25c;   Cobble   Hill   Garage,   $44.10;   Cobble   Hill   Jleat  Market,
$49.70; Crossland Bros., $40; De Laval Dairy Supply Co., Ltd.,
$6.22 ; Dominion Express Co., 53c ; AV. Duncan, $9.20 ; J. S. Eden,
$14.25; E. & N. Railway Co., $118; G. H. Hadwen, $340; T. N.
Hibben & Co., 38c ; E. Inghram, $37; Jlrs. Knight, 75c ; AV. H.
Lowe,   $962.05;   G.   JIarchmont,   $3;   G.   T.   Jlitchell,   $266.59;
postage, $1; Prov. Govt. Taxes, $34.93 ; E. G. Prior & Co., $26.14;
J. E. Robinson, $63.75; Scott & Peden, $205.70 ; Shawnigan Lake
Lumber Co., $32.05; N. Shearer, $5; T. Shotbolt. $8.85; AV. II.
Stuart.  $47.18;   Victoria   Chemical   Co.,   Ltd.,   $296.48;   A'ietoria
Whaling Co., Ltd., $294.02         6,081 26
(o.)   Collection of Agricultural Statistics  ($741.01) :
B.C.   News   Co.,   Ltd.,   $75.25;   A.   Cleasby,   $343.75;   King's
Printer. $270.73 ; A. B. Tweddle, $26.30; postage, $25    741 01
(p.)  Board of Horticulture ($66) :
Travelling expenses, L. E. Taylor   66 00 ■   .
(q.)   Departmental Exhibits  ($1,110.83) :
J. J. Armstrong, $60;  Brydon Bros,, $109.50; Burke & AVoqd,
Ltd., $64.50;  Can. Pac. Rly. Co., 51c;  Dominion  Express Co.,
60c;   Grand   Trunk   Rly.,   $6.10;   Hickman  Tye  Hardware Co.,
$15.85;  Keremeos Packing Co., $9;   King's Printer, $10.80;  D.
Jlackereth, $19.00; Manser Sign Co., $7.80 ; Mellor Bros., $19.25 ;
K. W. Munson, $10.33; L. AV". JlcBaine. $7 ; McTavish & Spencer,
$35.30;   Nanaimo  Transfer,  $6;   O.  A.   Olson,  $4.50;   Pither  &
Leiser, $210; Reliable Transfer Co.. $120.62 ; Scott & Peden. $2 ;
Shawnigan  Lake  Lumber   Co..  $08.50;   A.   II.   Shotbolt,   $71.20;
T. Shotbolt, $6;  D. Spencer, $48.42; G. A. A'antreight, $136.05;
AV. J. AVrigglesworth, $1.40           1,110 83
(r.)   Grants to B.C. Students ($550) :
B.  S.  Dickinson,  $100;  F.  L.  Fullerton,  $50;  G.   Hallwright,
$100; E. C, Hessel, $150; A'. B. Rabb. $100; A. G. Stuart, $50. . 550 00
Total expenditure, Miscellaneous Grants, etc    $      64,581  07
statut3ry—" pound district act amendment act, 1918," chapter 5,
Clause 2.
G. Ii. AVatson     $ 16 75
Statutory—"Noxious AVeeds Act, 1915," Chapter 66.
P. Badman, $3.50 ; T. Brown, $18; J. Gibson, $31.50; E. C. Graham, $17.50;
JIajor Grev. $46.85; H. A". Harris, $6; E. Hawkes. $6; AV. A. Leitch, $52;
S. Marshall, $2 ; G. JI. Rankin, $18 ; S. C. Rankin, $18; J. II. Sands, $10  229 35
Statutory—" Seed-grain Act, 1918."
F. Aslin, $1.20 ; Armstrong Growers' Association, $65; AA*. II. Becker, $12;
Broughton & McNeil, $28.53; Campbell's Storage, $105.44; Can. Bag Co., $384;
CN. Rly. Co., $216.19; Can. Pac. Rly. Co., $1,284.04; City Transfer & Warehouse Co.. $34.50; G. Clark. $41.20; J. R. Colley, $219; W. Croteau, $17.28;
A. Davie, $1.125; E. & N. Rly. Co., $96.63; Fort George Drug Co., $1.50; A. J.
Graham, $8.25; Grand Forks Transfer, $13.40; G.T.P. Rly. Co., $886.86; Hedley-
Shaw Mill Co., $1,342; B. JI. Hoops, $2; S. II. Hoskins. $16.50; Hudson's Bay
Co., $4; A. Hutchison Co., $,80.75; N. C. Jorgenson. $1.50; Kamioops " Telegram." $4; King's Printer, $9.80; Leith Bros.. $2.40; I. Ii, JIanning, $1.80;
G. Alickleborough, $198; J. J. Jiurray & Co., $6,916.80; A. B. Jlacdonald, $15;
Carried fortcard   $   193,207 40
 C 14
Expenditures, 1st April, 1918, to 31st March, 1919.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Expended.
DEPARTJIENT OF AGRICULTURE—Concluded.
Statutory—" Seed-geain Act, 1918"—Concluded.
Brought forward   $   193,207 40
A. McKay Farm Seed Co.. $12,554.75; D. McCallum, $60; II. McLean, $15;
Noble Foundation, Ltd., $7,559.73 ; P. C. Petersen, $12; J. Price, $6; A. Rankin,
72c.; Rockwell, Theale & Davison, $8S.50; C. Stevens, $1.77 ; Sullivan's Quick
Print, $2.25; L. L. Tachett, $15; Vancouver Jlilling & Grain Co., $4.75; S. N.
White, $15; AV. AV. AVhite, $6; pay-lists, $55.05   33,531 69
Special Warrant No. 19—Re Codling-moth Control.
Compensation to owners of orchards for destruction of fruit:
G. Jiickleborough, $1,000; J. T. JIutrie, $500  1 500 00
Special AA'akeants Nos. 19 and 32—Re Foul-brood.
Compensation to owners of hives destroyed for foul-brood    ,    559 10
Total expenditure, Department of Agriculture    $   228,798 19
10.
DEPARTJIENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL.
Attorney-General's Office.
Salaries ($7,050) :
The Attorney-General Hon. J. W. de B. Farris
Clerk and Stenographer   JI.  Porter   	
6,000 00
1,050 00
7.050 00
Expenses ($2,011.04) :
Office Supplies, etc.:
B.C. Telephone Co., $322.15; C.P.R. Telegraph, $114.02;
Columbian Co., Ltd.. $5; Dominion Government Telegraphs,
30c; W. S. Fraser & Co.. $1.80; G.N.AV. Telegraph Co., $68.84;
King's Printer, $198.87; Law Society of B.C., $20; postage,
$113.36; Provincial Secretary's Dept., $9; Public AVorks Dept.,
$7.75;    Vancouver   " Province."   $4;    A'ancouver   " Sun,"   $9;
A'ictoria " Colonist," $9; A'ictoria " Times," $12.60  	
Travelling Expenses :
Hon. J. W. de B. Farris	
S95 69
1.115 35
Total expenditure, Attorney-General's Office	
General Office.
Salaries ($21,385.50) :
Deputy Attorney-General    A. JI. Johnson i
Departmental   Solicitor    A.  A".  Pineo   	
Inspector   of   Legal   Offices,   while
acting    A. A*. Pineo   	
Inspector of Legal Offices AA".   D.   Carter   	
Official Guardian    H. O. Alexander  	
Stenographer  to  Official  Guardian J.  Garland   	
Chief Clerk AV.  B.  Colvin   	
Clerks:
W. F. Bridge   $1,578 00    L.   JIcLeod    $1,020 00
A. JI. Fairbairn   1,260 00	
Law Clerk    G. L. JIacInnes	
Stenographers:
N.  Grist    $ 780 00 JI.  Pratt    $   560 00
JI. A. Lawson   ...... 555 40 	
Temporary assistance:
B. E.  Hallwright   .. 27 10 G.  Ollis    $     35 00
$       9,001 04
4.500 00
3,840 00
250 00
2,900 00
1,200 00
780 00
1,920 00
3,858 00
180 00
Expenses ($4,450.88) :
Office Supplies, etc.:
B.C. Hardware & Paint Co., $1.50; B.C. Tel. Co.. $341.96;
Burroughs  &  Co.,   $50.80;   Butterworth  &   Co.,   Ltd.,   $5.25;
Carried forward	
1,895 40
62 10
% 21,385 50
21,385 50 $       9,061 04
 10 Geo. 5
Expenditures, 1st ArRiL, 1918, to 31st March, 1919.
C 15
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Expended.
9,061 04
DEPARTJIENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAT Continued.
10. General Office—Concluded.
Brought forward $ 21,385 50 $
Expenses—Concluded.
Office Supplies, etc.—Concluded.
Canada Law Book Co., $392.05; Canada Law List Pub. Co.,
$3.50; Canada Legal Directory, $3.50; C.P.R. Telegraphs,
$379.04; Carswell Co., Ltd., $165.85; Dominion Express Co.,
$24.88; Dominion Government Telegraphs, $18.04; F. AV.
Faxon Co., $4.24; General Cartage Co., $1; G.N.AV. Telegraph
Co., $10S.ll; T. N. Hibben & Co., $6 ; King's Printer, $1,149.40 ;
Lands Dept., $4 ; Law Society of B.C., $60; Jiacey Office Equipment Co., $17.50; N. McDonald, 50c ; postage, $231.28; Public
AVorks Dept., $5.25; Smith & Champion, $1.75 ; State Historical
Society of Iowa, $3 ; United Typewriter Co.,. $7.50         2,985 90
Travelling Expenses :
AV. D. Carter, $165.90; A. Ji. Johnson, $283.10; G. L. Jlac-
Innes, $72.38; A. G. Smith, $943.60          1,464 98
Total expenditure, General Office  	
.25,836 38
11. Joint-stock Companies and Insurance Branch.
Salaries  ($8,160.65) :
Registrar and Supt. of Insurance. . H.  G.  Garrett    i
Chief Clerk AA*.  L.  Llewellyn   	
Clerk    I. E. Kenworthy   	
Stenographers :
N. C. Gibson $660 00     F.  K. Healy    $980 00
Temporary assistance :
B. Mackenzie   340 73    T.  D.  Todd        40 00
Expenses ($3,698.09) :
Office Supplies, etc.:
F. Allbutt, $104.10; JI. A. Alsgard, $5.15; T. E. Banks,
$4.15; J. A. Barr, $2; A. JI. Best Co., $30; Ii. W. Biddell,
$1.10; B.C. Telephone Co.. Ltd., $88.13; C.P.R. Telegraph Co.,
$8.04; J. H. Carlisle, $291; T. E. Clarke, $5; AV. E. Clark,
$5.15; "Coast Review," $3 ; Corporation of District of Burnaby,
$16; T. Davis, $83; Dept. of Public Printing, Ottawa, 65c;
J. AV. Dickinson, $4.66; E. B. Dill, $1; Dominion Association
of Fire Chiefs, $3; J. Dryden, $4 ; J. Duncan, $5; J. H. Ellis,
$7.56; L. E. Farr, $2.50; J. G. Gamber, $20; "Fire Protection," $2; D. Gardiner, $18.48; H. G. Garrett, $58.95; R.
Gibbs, $5; R. J. Glasgow, $2; E. Graham, $1.05 ; J. H. Graves,
$2.25; G.N.W. Tel. Co., 71c.; D. Guthrie, $9.27 ; L. A. Hanna,
E. JI. Hopkins, $18.75; Imperial
B. Irving, $6; S. D. Johnston,
Printer, $1,274.65; T. P. Knight,
Law Soc of B.C.. $20; H. Little,
$4; J. J. Lye, $8.25; Jlacev Office Equipment Co., $21.80; P. J.
JIackav, $99.45; K. Jfartin, $6; J. F. Moffat, $1.08; W. C.
Jlurray, $3.27; R. JlacKay, $2.06; H. E. JlcCall, $4.74; N. A.
JIcDiarmid, $8.82; D. H. JlcDonald, $11.33; D. McDougall,
$9.30; J. C. JlcKenzie, $6.25; K. G. McRae, $14.60; National
Fire Protection Association, $6; B. Norris, $5.25; J. Palmer,
$6.25; AV. J. Park, $1.10; J. Parkin, $17.51; W. B. Peat, 25c.;
Peerless Key Co., $9.45; W. Peers. $2.06; W. X. Perkins, $3;
AV. G. Pond, $2.06; E. Pope, $6.15; Postage, $874.73; Public
AVorks Dept. (labour), $42.47; G. W. Reeee, $5.40; T. H.
Rotherham, $2.15 ; C. E. Shannon, $5 ; Spectator Co., $4 ; V. W.
Stewart, $19; Stone & Cox, $3.50; J. Syme. $12.76; J. A.
Thomas, $173.43;  AV. A.  Turner,  $2;  A'an Noptrand  Co.,  $4;
3.600 00
1.579 92
960 00
1,640 00
380 73
$    S.160 65
$2; H. J. Harding, $10.81;
Guar. & Aec. Co.. $8; E.
$2; W. J. Kerr, $3; King's
$2.16; E. H. Lathom, $1.08;
Carried foncard
$    8,160 65 $     34,897 42
 C 16 Expenditures, 1st April, 1918, to 31st March. 1919.
Vote. SERVICE. Expended.
DEPARTJIENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL—Continued.
11. Joint-stock Companies and Insurance Branch—Concluded.
Brought forward  $    8,160 65 $     34,897 42
Expenses—Concluded.
Office Supplies, etc.—Concluded.
A.  G.  AVaddell, $117.95;  R.  J.  Wark.  $3.57;  J.  H.  AVatson,
$25.75           3,698 09
Total expenditure, Joint stock Companies and Insurance Branch  11,858 74
12. AIuNieipAi. Branch.
Salaries  ($4,838.28) :
Inspector of JIunieipalities    R. Baird  $    3.000 00
Clerks :
N. JL  Lugrin    $232 50    A. C. Willis   $367 40
O. W. Ross     500 00              1,099 90
Stenographers :
E. Belbeck     360 00    H.  Dill      378 38 738 38
$    4,838 28
Expenses ($822.68) :
Office Supplies, etc.:
American City, $3.50; B.C. Telephone Co., $62.20; Burroughs
& Co., Ltd.. $20; C.P.R. Telegraph Co.. $20.86; Dominion
Government Telegraphs, 79c ; Dow, Jones & Co., $3.95; G.N.AV.
Telegraph Co., $2.36; King's Printer, $376.66; JIcLean Pub.
Co., $3; Jlonetary Times Ptg. Co., $3; JIunicipal AA'orld, Ltd.,
$1; National Municipal League, $5 ; postage, $83.36; Provincial
Sec. Dept., $9  594 68
Travelling Expenses :
R. Baird, $211.55; O. AV. Ross, $16.45   228 00
Total expenditure, JIunicipal Branch    5,660 96
13. Censok of Moving Pictures.
Salaries ($10,614 50) :
Censor     Walter  Hepburn            1,870 00
Assistant Censors:
J. Flett    $1,305 00    J.   Smith    $1,505 00
F.   Patterson      1.160 00            3,970 00
Inspector    W. A. Oswald           1,580 00
Operators :
C.   N.  Gowen       1.100 00    J. B. Wade         550 00       1.650 00
Clerk    C. P. Brewer  665 00
Stenographer    A.   Hope     786 00
Temporary assistance:
J. Bell          43 50    R. J. Foster          50 00 93 50
$ 10,614 50
Expenses ($3,003.98) :
Office Supplies:
B.C. Tel. Co., Ltd., $11.95; C.P.R. Tel. Co., $17.58; Chalmers
Pub. Co., $3.50; Clarke & Stuart Co.. Ltd., $8.05; Dominion
Government Telegraph, 34c: Electric Supply Co., $1.60; King's
Printer. $200.73; Northern Elec. Co.. Ltd., $18.71; Postmaster
(Ashcroft), $1.30; Postmaster (A'ancouver), $35; Remington
Typewriter Co., Ltd.. $1.50; David Spencer, Ltd., $6.40; United
Typewriter Co., $2.75; Vancouver Typewriter Co., $1     310 41
Travelling  Expenses :
AV. Hepburn, $286.05; AV. A. Oswald, $1.050.69; J. B. Wade,
$58.40            1.395 14
Carried forward    $ 12.320 05 $     52,417 12
 10
Geo. 5        Expenditures, 1st April, 1.918, to 31st March, 1919. C 17
No. of
Vote.
service.
Expended.
DEPARTJIENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL—Continued.
13.
Censor of JIoving Pictures —Concluded.
Brought forward
Expenses—Concluded.
Machine Supplies:
Baird Motion Picture JIachine Co., $367.77; J. Brown, $12
Burns Drug Co., Ltd.. $3; Can. Gen. Elec. Co., Ltd., $68.10
Can. H. W. Johns-JIanville Co., Ltd., $24.61; C.P.R. Co.
$83.48; Crane, Ltd., $7.83; Elec. JIanufacturing Co., $11.60
Electric Shop, $73.28; Evans, Coleman & Evans, Ltd., $3,40
Forbes & Van Home, Ltd., $13.75; Gault Bros., Ltd., $23.75
Graham Elec. Co., $2.20: Dominion Govt. Customs, $20.84
Imperial Oil Co., $2.72; JIainland Transfer Co., Ltd., $2; AV. T
JIcArthur & Co, Ltd., $5.65; JicLaren, Ltd., 25c ; JIcLennan
JIcFeelv & Co.. Ltd., $2,8.09; Northern Electric Co., Ltd.
$284.81; W. N. O'Neil Co., Ltd., $7.27; AV. A. Oswald, $4.30
Perkins Elec. Co., $51.05; Singer Sewing JIachine Co., $2.38
G. A. Stevens, $18; Storey & Campbell, $1; Turnbull Bros.
$99.80; A'ancouver Engineering AA'orks, Ltd., $31.44; AVestern
Elec. Co.. Ltd., $35; AVestern Oil & Supplv Co., $3.64; Wood,
A'allance & Leggat, $5.42	
14.
Total expenditure, Censor of JIoving Pictures	
Administration of " Prohibition Act."
(a.) Commissioner's Office.
Salaries  ($3,636.78) :
Commissioner:
W. C. Findlay (8% mos.)    $1,664 52
A. JI. Johnson  (1% mos.)           277 42
J. Sclater  (2% mos.)           687 09
 $    2.
Clerk :   B. Lindsay 	
Temporary assistance:
D. Cass  $     60 00
E. Simpson        167 75
629 03
780 00
227 75
Expenses  ($2,769.93) :
Office Supplies, etc.:
B.C. Pharmaceutical Rec, $15; B.C. Telephone,
$186.15; C.P.R. Telegraph Co., $164.58; City of
Cranbrook, $70; Deputy Jiinister of Finance, $63;
Dominion Express Co., $3; Dominion Government
Telegraphs, $1.66; G.N.W. Telegraph Co., $44.70;
Griffith Co., $13.55; King's Printer, $619.61;
National Drug Co., $5.25; postage, $92.36; Turn-
bull Bros., $2.50; Vancouver "Sun," $9.60; A*ictoria
" Times," $9; F. J. AA'illiams, $3.12	
Travelling Expenses:
W: H. Cochrane. $2.55; AV. C. Findlay, $1,235.55 ;
T. H. Home, $39.80; J. Sclater, $188.95	
(b.) Vancouver Vendor.
Salaries ($8,802.28) :
A*endor   H.  A.  Urquhart   	
Assistant A'endor AA*. Ross	
AVarehousemen:
T. Brown    $300 00
Temporary assistance :
,S. Boond $ 42 58    C.
C, H. Baycott . .  575 78    S.
J.   Brown       143 55    H.
$    3,636 78
1,303 08
1.406 85
1,860 00
1,340 00
A. Urquhart. .$1,120 00       1,420 00
R. Casselman  . .  610 00    E. 8. Riggs
Carried forward
S. Jlanby  . .    32 26
Aiiller         12 00
McQuaig ...  331 95
125 00
12,320 05
52,417 12
1,298 43
13,618 48
I
6,406 71
4,620 00$    6,406 71 $    66,035 60
 C 18
Expenditures, 1st April, 1918, to 31st March, 1919.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Expended.
DEPARTJIENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL—Continued.
14. Administration of " Prohibition Act "—Continued,
(b.)  Vancouver Vendor—Concluded.
Brought forward   .
Salaries—Concluded.
Temporary assistance—Concluded.
4,620 00$    6,406 71 $     66,035 60
T. W.  Coate   ..$476 00
W. H.  Cochrane    63 87
E. Collins   177 50
AV. Findlay   205 41
V. Foster     51 95
G. T. Rogers ..$220 00
H.  Ross      277 50
W. G. Sheriff . .  420 96
H. Stewart 220 00
K. Urquhart ...   195 97
4,182 28
Expenses ($6,406.33) : $    S,802 28
Office Supplies, etc.:
J. Ball, $99; Baxter & Wright, $2; S. Boond,
$4.05; B.C. Brush AVorks, $S.33; B.C. Clean Towel
Supply, $10; B.C. Elec. Rly. Co., $107.86; B.C.
Telephone Co., $156.18; B.C. Window Cleaning
Co., $12; J. G. Brown, $316.15; AV. L. Brown,
$7.35 ; Burroughs -Adding JIachine, $313.33 ; Campbell's Storage Co., $2.50; Can. Bank of Commerce,
$2.80; C.P.R. Co., $9.10; City Waterworks, $14.35;
Clarke & Stuart Co., $46.35; Cope & Son, Ltd.,
$3.60; Cunningham Drug Stores, $1.25; Dominion
Express Co., $7.15; Dominion Guarantee & Ace
Ins. Co., $5; D. Drummond, $2.75; Evans, Coleman & Evans, $81.20; Gold Seal Liquor Co., $2.50;
Griffiths Co., $2.70; G. H. Hewitt Co., $26.45;
Hall & Wallace, $1.75; Harvey & Gorrie, $46.50;
T. H. Home, $71.50; King's Printer, $382.98;
Lewis & Sills, $17.35; F. B. Lewis & Co., $5; AV.
Jletz, $5.25; Modern Office Supply Co., $17; J.
Murray, $4; Nat. Cash Register Co.. $5.65; Office*
Spec. Mfg. Co., $23.75; Pender Stationery Co.,
60c; C. Pitner, $3.50; postage. $190; Rankin
& Cherrill. $25.75; E. S. Robson, $2.50; AV. C.
Stearman, $49.85; Sweeney-McConnell. $258.50
W. K. Tasker, $10; United Typewriter Co., $127
H. A. Urquhart, $41; A'ancouver Lumber Co., $4.67 2,538 05
Rent :
Campbell's Storage Co., Ltd., $2,466.40; C.P.R.
Co.. $1.88; Collector Inland Revenue, $50; A. E.
Tulk, $1,350        3,868 28
(c.) Victoria Vendor.
Salaries  ($3,099) :
Vendor   T. H. Home $    1,600 00
Assistant Vendors:
R. G. Ker $ 99 00    E. S. Wood-
H.   Thompsett..  400 00        ward $1,000 00       1,499 00
15,208 61
Expenses ($2,387.94) :
Office Supplies, etc.:
B.C. Elec Rly. Co., $100.81; B.C. Telephone Co.,
$70.30; C.P.R. Tel. Co., 30c; Clark Printing Co.,
$6.65 ; Dominion Express Co., 55c.; W. F. Drysdale,
$74.60; G.N.AV. Tel. Co., $11.79; J. Green. $41;
G. Halliday & Sons, $1.95; T. N. Hibben & Co.,
70c.; Island AVindow Cleaning, $48; J. Kelman,
$8.50; King's Printer, $53.80; F. Mellor, $24;
Jlellor Bros., $30.25; J. Morrison, $110; H. P.
McDowell, $5.75; McTavish & Spencer, $1.20;
postage, $8.25; D. H. Ross & Co., $35; Smart &
Co.. $4 ; G. A. Stevens, $38.50 ; Sweeney-JlcConnell,
$114.35; Victoria Book & Stationery Co., $1.50	
Carried forward	
$ 3,099 00
791 75
3,890 75$ 21,615 32 $ 66,035 60
 10 Geo. 5        Expenditures, 1st April, 1918, to 31st March, 1919. C 19
Vote. SERVICE. Expended.
DEPARTJIENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL— Continued.
14. Administration of " Prohibition Act "—Continued.
*    (c.)  Victoria Vendor-— Concluded.
Brought forward  $    3,890 75 $ 21,615 32 $     66,035 60
Expenses—Concluded.
Rent:
C.P.R.  Co.,  $1.19;   Coll.  Inland  Revenue,  $50;
Collector of Customs, $45 ; S. Jones, $1,500        1,596 19
5,486 94
(d.) Special Operators.
Salaries ($1,500) :
G. Miller $    1,500 00
Expenses  ($1,422.65) :
G. Miller, $1,042.30 ; Steiner Detective Agcy., $380.35       1,422 65
(f.)  Purchase of Stock.
J. C. Adams, $1; W. Allen, $437.30; J. Arendell,
$5.50; R. AV. Babbage, $249.93; C. Blackett, $1.10;
B.C. Box Co., $480.50; B.C. Distillery Co., $133.35;
B.C. Vinegar AVorks, $456.45; R. A. Brown & Co., 50c.;
G. Bunney, $3.75; W. Campbell, $3; Campbell's S.F.S.
& JI. Co., $1,043.12; Canadian Express Co., $38.51;
C.P.R. Co., $6,898.86; Can. Con. Rubber Co., $1.35;
Can. Wine & Spirit Co., $3,664.83; J. Clancy, $3;
Collector of Inland Revenue $7,430.31; Columbia Paper
Co., $168.36; Dominion Express Co., $8,290.39;
Dominion Glass Co., $376; H. Corby Distillery Co.,
$8,683.12; R. Darken, $2.50; P. J. Donohoe. $2; AV. F.
Drysdale, $2.20; H. Duns, $3.75; E. & N. Rly. Co.
$354.57; AV. Ferguson, 75c; W. Fredericks, $8; Frey-
seng Cork Co., $148.07; R. E. Frost, $2.45; D. Gash,
75c; Gillespie & Co., $34,274.49; Gooderhain & Worts,
$8,085; AAr. Gordon, $5.75; C. Green. $3.50; G. Gure-
vitch, $162.57; G. Halliday & Sons, 90c; Hall & Co.,
85c; J. S. Hamilton & Co., $122.88; J. Heaney,
$171.07; H.JL Customs, $13,025.03; Hudon Hebert &
Cie, $11,191; Hudson's Bay Co., $16,398.10; J. S.
Hamilton & Co., $129.18; King's Printer, $223.97;
J. Leigh & Sons, $67.40; Lewis & Sills, Ltd., $45.45;
A. Littlefield, $4.25; Mainland Transfer, $12.13;
Jledalta Stoneware. $1,075.62; Jlerchants' Cartage
Co., $425.71; E. G. JIcBride, $1,423.10; McTavish &
Spencer, $45.50; McTavish Bros., $56; National Drug
Co., $142.44; J. Nott, $4; Pacific Cartage Ltd., $1.50;
Pacific Steamship Co., $562.70; Pither & Leiser,
$1,196.30; Pony Express, $1.50; E. G. Prior & Co.,
$17.38; Reliable Jlessenger Co., $6.75; Renwick &
Cunliffe, $159.75; Ii. P. Rithet & Co., $3,118.49; J. R.
Robertson, $47.75; E. S. Robson, $3; D. H. Ross & Co.,
$51.99; il. E. Seagram & Sons, $5,656.98; Silver Spring
Brewery, $295.50; Smith, Davidson & Wright, $217.51;
2,922 65
(c.) Insurance on Stock.
B. S. Brown, Ltd., $58.50; Burnett & JIatheson.
$58.50; L. U. Conyers & Co., $132.50; Gillespie, Hart
& Todd, Ltd., $198.70; Griffiths Co., $10; Lee & Fraser,
$168; G. E. JIacDonald, $210.00; E. AV. JIacLean,
$58.50;   T.   Jlathews,   $58.50;    Jiackay   &   Gillespie,
$01.50 ; Northern Securities, Ltd., $681.15 $    1,096 45
Less  refund     81 80
1,614 65
Carried forward $ 31,639 56 $     66,035 60
 C 20
Expenditures, 1st -April, 1918, to 31st March, 1919.
No. of
Vote.
service.
Expended.
DEPARTJIENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL—Continued.
14. Administration of " Prohibition Act "—Concluded.
(f.)  Purchase of Stock—Concluded.
Brought forward $ 31,639 56 $     66,035 60
R. Stevens, $4.50; Superior Liquor Co., $45,529.20;
St. Lawrence Paper Bag Co., $36.30; J. R. Taviotdale,
$11,203.57; H. Thompsett, $8; Thorpe & Co., $1.50;
Turnbull Bros.. $62,564.31; Union Steamship Co..
$2.95; A. Urquhart, $1.75; F. B. van Sicklin, $4.75;
A'ancouver Breweries. $405; A'ancouver Glass Co.,
$146.03; A'ictoria Junk Co., $6; A*ictoria-Phoenix Co.,
$33 ; J. A'ignola, $3 ; H. Walker & Sons, Ltd., $25,164.53 ;
Weiler Bros.. $44.70; AA'estern Canada Liquor Co.,
$57,730.40; Western Junk Co., $532.63; Westminster
Brewery. $272.50; J. C. AVilson, Ltd., $16; AVinnipeg
Exporters, $3,014.60; II. AVittman, $34.75; S. J. AVood-
row, 62c.; AA'ood, Vallance & Leggat, $6; H. AVootten &
Son,
;625; A. Yates,
By cash
S2
$344,721 85
^16,434 32
28,2S7 53
Total expenditure, Administration of " Prohibition Act'
59,927 09
15. Provincial Library and Archives.
Salaries _($12,165) :
Librarian and Archivist    E. O. S. Scholefield i
Chief   Cataloguer    A.   Russell   	
Assistant   Cataloguer    JI. Wolfenden	
Reference    Assistant    and    Acting
Librarian J.   Forsyth   	
Supt.,  Travelling  Libraries    H. Killam  	
Junior Clerks :
A.  C.  Dunn    $405 00    E. T. G. JIcGregor . .$700 00
E.   Heinekey        7S0 00     	
Stenographer    K. Austin   	
Archives   Indexer    AI. Cree  	
Archives Stenographer    JI.  Anderson   	
Expenses  ($13,427.21) :
Office Supplies, Books, Subscriptions, etc.:
Academy of Political Science. $5 ; Advertiser Pub. Co., $6.23 ;
Albertan Pub. Co.. $1; E. G. Allen & Sons. $1,045.44 ; T. Allen,
$15.83; A. L. A. Publishing Co., $10.45; American Association
for Labour Legislation, $6.25; American City, 75c.; American
Civic Association, $5; American Economic Association, $6.25;
American Historical Association, $1.50; American Institute of
Electrical Engineers, $7.12; American Journal of Care for
Cripples, $3; American Library Association, $11.36; American
Lumberman, $4.14; American JIachinist. $5.50; American
Numismatic Association, $2; American Political Science Association, $6; American Social Hygiene Association, $1.75;
American Statistical Association, $4; Angus & Robertson,
$105.81; Annalist, $4.50; D. Appleton & Co., $6.50; The Argonaut, $5.20; Army & Navy Gazette. $2.64; Asia Publishing Co.,
75c; Ashcroft Print Co., $1.50; Atlantic Jlonthly, $1.10; K.
Austin, $1; N. W. Ayer & Son, $10; H. R. Baines $3.04; Baker
& Taylor Co., $110.41; R. Banks & Son, 73c; J. A. Bates, $5;
Bender-JIoss Co., $8; JI. Bender & Co., $31; A. Berthel, $46.22;
Bigger Press, $2,50; Book AVorld, 53c; Boston Book Co.,
$8.81; Boston Transcript Co., $3.15; R. R. Bowker, $17.49;
Brandon AVeekly  Sun, $3.45;  W.  Briggs,  89c;  B.C.  Federa-
2.820 00
1,524 00
900 00
1,432 00
1,344 00
1,885 00
780 00
700 00
780 00
$ 12,165 00
Carried forward
$ 12,165 00 $   125,962 69
 Expenditures, 1st April, 1918, to 31 st March, 1919. C 21
Vote. SERVICE. Expended.
DEPARTJIENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL—Continued.
15. .     Provincial Library and Archives—Continued.
Brought forward $ 12,165 00 $   125,962 69
Expenses—Continued.
Office Supplies, Books, Subscriptions, etc.—Continued.
tionist, 35c.; B.C. Financial Times, $4.50; B.C. News Co., Ltd.,
$5; B.C. Telephone Co., $237.98; Bruce Publishing Co., 85c;
Bulletin Co., $2.70; J. & E. Bumpus. $12.17; Burroughs & Co.,
Ltd., $72.30; Butterworth & Co.. $5.65; Calgary Herald, $1;
Cambridge University Press, $5.31; Campaigner, $1; Canadian
Annual Review, $21.02; Canada Law Book Co., $116.90;
Canada Newspaper Co., $7.50; Canadian Courier, $1; Canadian
Express Co., $11.10; Canadian Facts Publishing Co., $2.75;
Canadian Finance, $2; Canadian Gazette, $5.48; Can. Law
List Publishing Co., $7; Canadian Jledical Directory, $4;
Canadian Jlilitary Gazette, $9; C.P.R. Telegraph Co., $8.05;
Canadian Railway and JIarine World, $2.50; Canadian Red
Cross Society, $2.50; Canadian Storage and Transfer Directory,
$3 ; Callaghan & Co., $9.50; Cariboo Observer, $2 ; Carswell Co.,
$164.85; Cassell & Co., $1.94; Central News Agency, $12.95;
Champlain Society, $10; Chicago Tribune, $4; A. II. Clark Co.,
$409.34; T. & T. Clark, $6.87; Coal Age, $4; Columbian Co.,
Ltd., $22.50; Rev. G. Cook, $2; Commercial and Financial
Chronicle, $11.50; Cowichan Leader P. & P. Co., $1.90; Cranbrook Herald, Ltd., 50c ; Creston Review, $2.50; Critic, $1.50;
F. A. Crisp. $10.71; Cross France Co., $16; Cumulative Digest
Corp., $5; Daily Alaskan, $29.25 ; AV. B. Dana Co., $2.90; J. Ji.
Dent & Sons, $3.75; Dial, 75c; Dodd, Mead & Co., $4.05;
Dominion Express Co., $12.67; Dominion Law Book Co., $3.95;
J. Dougall & Son, 35c; Dow, Jones & Co., $2.87; Dramatic
Mirror, $1.05; Edmonton Journal, $4; H. P. Eldridge. $1.75;
Empire Pub. Co., $16.60; Engineering & Jlining Record, $0.50;
Eyre & Spottiswoode, $216.74; Facture, $15.73; J. Fairfax &
Sons, $22.06; F. AV. Faxon Co., $2; Federal Pub. Co., $5; II.
Fleming, $18.50; E. Fleming, $90; Flying & Aero Club Bulletin,
$5; J. Forsyth, 50c; J. D. Fraser, $1.55; W. S. Fraser & Co.,
50c; H. Gagnier, Ltd., $6; Gaylord Bros., $6.19; Gazette,
$7.50; Geographia, Ltd., $5.16; Geographical Society of Quebec,
75c ; W. Glaisher, 61c ; Gleaner, 70c ; Globe Printing Co., $4 ;
R. E. Gosnell, $19.10; Grafton & Co., $2.07; G.N.AV. Telegraph
Co., $3.90; Greenwood I.edge, $2.50; Grove Park Tress. $5.35;
Halifax Herald, $16.75; Harvard Univ. Press, $1.56; Heaton's
Agency, $3; Henderson Directory Co., $85; Herald Pub. Co.,
$12; Bruno Hessling. $4; T. N. Hibben & Co., $26,8.90; Hinds,
Hayden & Eldridge, 95c ; H.M. Customs, $2.60; Historic Landmark Association of Canada, $5; Historical Pub. Co., $3.40;
J. Hitchman, $9.24; Hodder & Stoughton, Ltd.. $15.90;
Houston's Standard Pub., $6; Hotel Red Book Co., $3; House
and Garden, $4.08; Hudson Book Co., $576.50; Illustrated
London News, $3.74; Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News,
$2.70; The Independent, $2.77; Industrial JIanagement. $7.50;
Industrial and Educational Press, $1.70; Industrial Progress &
Commercial Record, $1.45; International Press, $8.75; Iron &
Steel Institute, $7.30; JIarshall Jones Co., $10; Journal of
American Inst, of Criminal Law, $7; Journal of Can. Bankers'
Assn., $2; Journal of Commerce Publishing Co., $4; Journal
of Geology, $4.30; Kamioops Press, $4.75; Kamioops Telegram,
$2.50; E. P. Kay, $3.50; Kelowna Courier, 50c ; Kelly's Pub.
Co., $53; King's Printer, $2,672.54; P. S. King & Son, $84.89;
Kitsilano Times, $6; The Kootenaian, $2; La Cie de Publication
de L'Eclaireur, $9; A. JI. Laughton, 88c; The Ledge, 50c;
L'Evenement, $3; The Librarian, $1.50; Library of Congress,
$4.72; Life, $1.38; Literary Digest, $3.85; The Little Review,
$2.75; Living Age, $6.50; Lloyd's Reg. of Shipping, $40; H. G.
Carried forward    $ 12,165 00 $   125,962 69
 C 22 Expenditures, 1st April, 1918, to 31st March, 1919.
V°dte. SERVICE. Expended.
DEPARTJIENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL— Continued.
15. Provincial Library and Archives—Continued.
Brought forward $ 12,165 00 $   125,962 69
Expenses—Continued.
Office Supplies. Books, Subscriptions, etc.— Concluded.
JlacGill, $1.50; H. C. MacLean Co., $2.50; MacLean Pub. Co.,
90c.; Macmillan Co. of Canada, $76.22; Maggs Bros., $57.26;
Mail & Empire, $1; Jlanual of Railroads, etc., $25; AA*. JI.
JIayes, $114.17; A. Maynard, $27.40; JIcGraw-Hill Book Co.,
$10; Jlerritt Herald, $12; Jlilne, Tannahill & Jlethuen, $2.61;
Jlines Pub. Co., $2; Jlin. & Engineering Record, $3.75; Jlin. &
Scientific Press, $5; Jlississippi A'alley Hist. Association, $4.50;
Jlonetary Times, $4; Jiontgomery Bros., $5.50; Morning
Leader, $5.50; Jlontreal Daily Star, $3; Jlontreal Fin. Times,
$3.75 ; Jlontreal Witness, $1.50 ; J. JIurray, $2.66 ; McClelland,
Goodchild & Stewart, Ltd.. $19.51; Nanaimo Daily Herald, $10;
Nanaimo Free Press, $3; The Nation Pub. Co., $4.48; National
Alumni, $66.98; National Association of State Libraries, $5;
National Geographic Society. $6; National Progress Pub. Co.,
50c; Naval & Jlilitary Record, 36c ; T. Nelson & Sons, $11.78;
News Pub. Co. (Nelson). $16.50; New York Times Index,
$66.63; North American Review, $4f North China News and
Herald, $24.33; The Numismatist, 44c ; Observer P. & P. Co.,
$2.50; Omineca Herald, $2.50; Oregon Hist. Society, $63;
Otago Daily Times & Witness News Co., $10.04; Ottawa Newspaper Subscription Bureau, 75c.; The Outlook Company, $5;
Oxford University Press, $17.77; Pacific JIarine Review, $2;
Pacific Northwest Library Association, $5; Pacific Ports, $7.50;
F. Pagett, $1.75; Park Pub. Co., $70; Peerless Key Co., $4.50;
Penticton Herald, $2.50; A. J. Philip, $1.58; The Playground
and Recreation Association, $1.80; Poor's Jlanual Co., $8.22;
Port Alberni Ptg. & Pub. Co.. $2.50; postage, $73.42;
Prince Rupert News Ptg. &' Pub. Co., $19.50; Public Works
Department, $6; Public Health Journal, $2.50; Public
Libraries, 50c. ; Publishers Circular. Ltd., $1.32; B. Quariteh,
$277.55; AV. F. Quarrie & Co., $45.50; Record Pub. Co., $13;
Regina Leader, $1.50; Reliable Jlessenger Co., 75c; Reliable
Transfer Co., $31.99 ; Remington Typewriter Co., $1.75 ; Renouf
Pub. Co., 48c; Revelstoke Review Pub. Co., $3.25; Review of
Reviews, $2.50; J. R. Robertson, $6.75; Royal Historical Soc,
$9.73; Rod and Gun, $1.50; The Rudder, $2.50; Russell Sage
Library, 25c.; Saskatoon Star, $5; Saturday Chinook, $2;
Savannah, $98; Scottish Review, $1.24; C. H. Smith & Co..
$142.10 ; Smith & Champion, $47 ; J. Sommer & Sons, $5.40 ; The
Standard, $3.75; B. F. Stevens & Brown, $84.02; H. Stevens,
Son & Stiles, $1,223.02; E. Stock, $15.64; Summerland Review,
$2.50; Supt. of Documents, $1.70; The Survey, $3.75; Sydney
Herald, $16.78; Ii. AV. L. Tibbits. $2; G. Todd, $3.05; Trail
News, 75c; Tribune Pub. Co., $2.50; Toronto Saturday Night,
$3; Trustees of British JIuseum, $14.60; Truth Pub. Co., $1.85;
Turner, Beeton & Co., $38.75; United Typewriter Co.. $5;
University Jlagazine, $2; University of Chicago Press. $2.17;
Vancouver Province, $18; A'ancouver Sun, $31.73; Vancouver
World, $23.20; Vanderhoof Herald, 75c; Vernon News, 50c;
Victoria Book & Stationery Co., $87.78; ' Victoria Colonist,
$32.10; A'ictoria Times, $104.10 ; Victoria News Agency. $19.80;
Victoria Photo Co., $7.40; AVall Street Journal. $12; F. Water-
house & Co., $3.24; The AVeek, $4.67; AV. Wesley & Son, $1.18;
AVestern Clarion, $1; AA*estern Lumberman, $2; The AVestminster Co., $2; Whitehorse AVeekly Star, $5; A. AA'ilson,
$564.11; L. N. Wilson, $6; H. W. AVilson Co., $125.84; AVilson
& Horton. $19.66; Wilson & JIackinnon, $8.87; W. G. Winter-
burn, $20; Yale Review, 80c      11,449 94
Carried forward $ 23,614 94 $   125,962 69
 10 Geo. 5        Expenditures, 1st April, 1918, to 31st March, 1919. C 23
Vote. SERVICE. Expended.
DEPARTJIENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL--Continued.
15. Provincial Library and Archives—Concluded.
Brought  forward    $ 23,614 94 $   125,962 69
Expenses—Concluded.
Travelling Libraries:
T. Allen. $145.78; R. R. Bowker, $2; B.C.' News Co.,
$51.82; C.P.R. Co., $15.03; H. Copp Agency, $41.07; Copp,
Clark Co., $56.88; J. M. Dent & Sons, $70.55; Dominion
Express Co., $13.12; E. & N. Rly. Co., $20.84; F. D. Goodchild,
$28.77 ; R. E. Gosnell, $18 ; Hodder & Stoughton, $12.78 ; King's
Printer, $135; J. Leigh & Sons, $85.30; JIacmillan Co. of Can.,
$111; Musson Book Co., $83.36; JlcClelland, Goodchild &
Stewart, $158.92; A. C. McClurg & Co.. $224.83; The Page Co.,
$124; W. G. Paxton, $7.80; Public Works Dept., $8.50; Reliable
Transfer Co., $479.92; H. W. Wilson Co., $72; Wrigley Directories, $10        1,977 27
Total expenditure, Library and Archives  25,592 21
Land Registry Offices.
16. Kamloops.
Salaries ($15,145.57) :
Registrar C. H. Dunbar   $    3.120 00
Chief Clerk AV. J. Burton           1,600 00
Surveyor   G. F. Simson  720 00
Surveyor   F. A. Phillips          1,440 00
Clerks:
J.  Jlarshall   ..$1,424 00    C. Perrin $1,140 00
0. Outhett  . . .  1,636 00    R. T. Thoburn 1,212 00       5,412 00
Stenographers:
A. Dyson        900 00    JI. Kelly         723 57
JI. Ford        840 00    E. JI. Smith. .     390 00       2,853 57
$ 15,145 57
Expenses ($1,522.76) :
Office Supplies, etc.:
' Burroughs & Co., $20; N. S. Dalgleish, $1;
Dominion Express Co., $40.17; Electric B. P. &
Map Co., $40.50; The Griffiths Co., $3.10; Hudson's
Bay Co.,- $4.20; King's Printer, $595.33; Lands
Department, $54.60; Law Society of B.C, $7.50;
JlacBeth & Jliller, $25; E. B. Jlorden, $3.64;
JIcKinnon Heating & P. Co., $2.20; Postmaster
(Kamioops), $582; Postmaster (A'ictoria), $10;
G. A. Roedde, Ltd., $101.05; C. L. AVain, $9.60. . .       1,522 76
Total expenditure, Kamioops Land Registry Office $ 16,668 33
17. Nelson.
Salaries ($13,151.16) :
Registrar  E. S. Stokes $    2.400 00
Chief Clerks:
F. C. Ronan (3 mos.)    $   375 00
H. E. Landman (9 mos.)        1.185 00       1,560 00
Surveyors :
A. E. Pickford $1,500 00    A.E.Thompson     345 00       1,S45 00
Clerks:
J. S. Goulding   1,260 00    C. J. JIcGuigan 1.260 00
R. Jlorrow . .    1,227 60   D. C. Wilson. .  1.4S4 00       5,231 60
Carried forward  $ 11,036 60 $ 16,668 33 $   151,554 90
 C 24 Expenditures, 1st April, 1918, to 31st March, 1919.
tote SERVICE: Expended.
DEPARTJIENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL—Continued.
Land Registby Offices—Continued.
17. Nelson—Concluded.
Brought forward $ 11,036 00 $ 16,668 33' $   151,554 90
Salaries—Concluded.
Stenographer A*. JlcCoy  9S0 00
Janitor J. K. Salter         1,050 00
Temporary assistance:
R. Linblad    $33 88    J. Smallwood. .       33 8S
W.  Palethorpe. ..  16 80      84 56
$ 13,151 16
Expenses  ($1,561.04) :
Office Supplies, etc.:
B.C. Plumbing, etc., Co.. $J; B.C. Tel. Co., Ltd.,
$76.80; J. Burns & Son, $22.23 ; Burroughs & Co.,
Ltd., $20; C. P. Rly. Co., $20.53; City of Nelson,
$82.95; H. N. Coursier, $6; Dominion Express Co.,
$41.05; Howe Electric Co.. $23.40; King's Printer,
$383.87; H. R. Kitto, $3.50; Kootenay Steam
Laundry, $2.75; Law Society of B.C., $9.50; D. A.
JicFariand, $173.61; Nelson Daily News. $15;
Nelson Hardware Co., $13.35; Nelson Transfer
Co., $2; Office Specialty Jifg. Co.. Ltd., $103;
postage, $336; J. Radcliffe, $2; P. J. Rahal,
$1.75; Rutherford Drug Co.. Ltd., $1; AVestern
Union Tel. Co., $1.25; AVest Transfer Co., 50c. .. . 1,343 04
Travelling Expenses :
H. E. Landman, moving expenses, A'ictoria to Nelson 218 00
Special AVarrant No. 12 :
F.   C.   Ronan,   retiring   allowance   equal   to   three
months' salary    375 00
Total expenditure, Nelson Land Registry Office      15,0S7 20
18. New Westminster.
Salaries ($21,446) :
Registrar T. O. Townley $    3,120 00
Chief Clerk   R.  H.  Cheyne            2,020 00
Surveyors :
H. E. Hughes  (9 mos.)    $1,080 00
A. A*. Giuliany (2% mos.)        345 00       1,425 00
Clerks:
C.E.Annandale$l,332 00 G. Smith ...$1.364 00
JI. D. Johnson 1,380 00 A. T. Turnbull 810 00
C. P. Latham 1,424 00 F. G. Watts.. 1.260 00
J. W. Nelson. . 1.332 00 L. F. Williams 1.260 00
AJUSivewright 1,284 00            11,446 00
Stenographers :
JI. I. Kelly...     780 00    A. S. Turnbull     915 00
(..   JI.   Rogers     780 00             2.475 00
Janitor    T. H. Hatherly  960 00
Expenses  ($1,702.46) :
Office Supplies, etc.:
Anderson & Lusby. 15c ; Annandale Supply Co..
$5.65; B.C. Telephone Co., $7S.9S; AV. R. Burr &
Co.,'$19.50; Burroughs & Co., $44; F. Cameron,
$3.70; AV. C. Chamberlin, $2; City of New Westminster, $120.62; Dominion Express Co., $12.25;
W. E. Fales, $3; A. V. Giuliany, $34.57; G. H.
Hewitt Co., Ltd., $1.50;  King's Printer. $521.08;
$ 21,446 00
Carried forward  $ 21,440 00 $ 31,755 53 $   151,554 90
 10 Geo. 5        Expenditures, 1st April, 1918, to 31
ST March, 1919.
C 25
Vote                                                              SERVICE.
Expended.
DEPARTJIENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL—
Land Registry Offices—Continued.
18.                                   New AVestminster—Concluded.
Brought forward $
Expenses—Concluded.
Office Supplies, etc.—Concluded.
II.  T.  Kirk,  $5.75;  Law  Society  of B.C., $7.50;
London   Guarantee   &   Accident   Co.,   $12;   Model
Grocery, $1; C. Jloulton, $24.45; JlcGregor, Johnston   &   Thomas,   $4;   J.   Jluirhead,   $25.75;   New
AA'estminster    Gas    Co..    $7.67;    postage,    $608;
G. A. Roedde, Ltd., $112.82; Royal City Laundry,
$18.37;  H.  Ryall, $8;  T.  J.  Trapp & Co.,  $3.35;
West Disinfecting Co., $6.80; AA'rigley Directories,
$10 	
Continued.
21,440 00 $ 31,755
1,702 46
53 $   151,554 90
46
16
#
Total expenditure, New AVestminster Land Regis
19.                                                 Prince Rupert.
Salaries ($5,100.81) :
Registrar     H.  F.  JIacLeod    $
Chief   Clerk    AV. J.  Ledlie   	
.ry Office..     23,148
2,400 00
1.600 00
195 00
905 81
Surveyor     H. C. Black	
Stenographers :
A.  M.  Jenns   ..$678 71    N.  E.  Pringle. .$227 10
$
Expenses ($336.35) :
Office Supplies, etc.:
City of Prince Rupert, $66.14 ; Dominion Express
Co.,   90c.;   Employers   Liability   Ass.   Corp.,   $8;
King's   Printer,   $102.96;   Law   Society   of   B.C.,
$7.50; A. E. JIalacord, $21; JlcRae Bros., $2.25;
Pacific Cartage, $15.60 ; postage, $112 	
5,100 81
330 35
Total expenditure, Prince Rupert Land Registry
20.                                                     A'ancouver.
Salaries  ($42,785.30) :
Registrar     A. G. Smith $
Chief   Clerk    Ii. T. F. Granger
Surveyors:
D  W   Baker $1,500 00
Office....       5,437
4,800 00
2,440 00
2,595 00
28,704 00
3,459 00
787 30
A. V. Giuliany (9 mos.)       1,095 00
Clerks:
A. Adamson . .$1,424 00    J. W. Jiorrison 1,544 00
B. Dalton   . . .  1,648 00    J.  A.  JlcLean 1.592 00
JI. JI. Doherty 1,620 00    A. E. Ranniger 1,332 00
G.   AV.   Emery 1,544 00    J.  Rayner   . . .   1.620 00
J. Hay       1.484 00    JI. B. Sowerby 1.152 00
F.J.Hutchinson 1,260 00    J.  JI.   Sutton.   1,140 00
G. B. Jones  . .  1,860 00    J. W. Tillotson 1,332 00
P.  JIallett   1,332 00    AV. H. AValker 1,544 00
A. D. Jlason. .  1,212 00    G. AVeeks   1,260 00
G. JI. Jlatheson 1.544 00    E. J. Wood . .  1,260 00
Stenographers :
K. JI. Campbell     840 00    C.Jl.Jlacpherson  780 00
W.   Langley . .  1,020 00    A. JI. Pattison     819 00
Temporary assistance:
J. M. Burgoyne     102 00    J. JIcGill      130 30
H. Gravston ..     555 00     	
42,785 30$ 60,341
15 $   151,554 90
 C 26
Expenditures, 1st April, 1918, to 31st March, 1919.
No. of
Vote.
service.
Expended.
DEPARTJIENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL—Continued.
20.
Land Registry Offices—Concluded,
A'ancouver—Concluded.
Brought  forward
$ 42,785 30 $ 60,341 15 $   151,554 90
Expenses ($1,730.23) :
G. W. Barker Co., $18; B.C. Telephone Co., Ltd.,
$5.23; Can. Pac. Rly. Co., $3.03; Dominion Express
Co., $15.16; Dominion Government publications,
$12.75; Forbes & A'an Home, $1.50; Henderson
Directory Co., $8; Hudson's Bay Co., $3; King's
Printer, $1,045.80; Law Society of B.C., $7.50;
London Guarantee & Accident Co.. $8; Mainland
Transfer Co., $6.35; postage, $450; G. A. Roedde,
Ltd., $129.40; AA*. Stearman, 90c; U. Typewriter
Co., $9.50; A'ancouver Jlap & B.P. Co., $5.40; A'ancouver Stationers, 65c	
30 23
Total expenditure, A'ancouver Land Registry Office $ 44,515 53
21.
A'ictoria.
Salaries  ($29,770.24) :
Registrar-General:
J. C. Gwynn (7 mos., 6 days) $2,160 00
F. J. Stacpoole (4 mos., 19 days)      1,390 00$    3,550 00
Chief  Clerk    E. JI.  Fort          2,439 96
Surveyors :
H. F. Hurst..$1,440 00    H. Webster ..  1.500 00       2,940 00
Clerks:
M.  J.  Appleby 1,332 00    R.C.Hemberow       63 87
J. C. Banks . .  1,260 00    J. Holms   1,600 00
T. Cashmore.. 1,852 00 H. E. Landman 360 00
F. Du Bois .. 1,580 00 F. Mackenzie 1.580 00
L. AV. Evans. .  1,260 00    C. JIoss     1.332 00
F. R. Exham. .   1,580 00    J. T. JIuirhead 1,600 00
G. Flamank  . .   1,364 00    B. F. J. Ward 1,959 96     18,723 83
Stenographers :
JI.  Harris   ...     780 00    E. AV. Pineo..     420 00
N.  Mutrie   ...     450 00    JI. .Shearer  . .     376 45       2,026 45
Office-boy     H. T. S. Hope     90 00
$ 29,770 24
Expenses ($1,681) :
Office Supplies, etc:
F. AV. T. Bahr, $5; B.C. Tel. Co., Ltd., $82.27;
Carswell Co., Ltd., $22.65; Electric Blue Print &
Jlap Co., $3.80; Imperial Guar. & Ace Ins. Co.,
$8; Jameson, Rolfe & AA'illis, 25c; King's Printer,
$922.40 ; Lands Department, $102.90 ; Law Society
of B.C., $7.50; Jlacey Office Equipment Co., Ltd.,
$3.75; Pitter & Johnstone, $6.40; postage, $378;
Public AVorks Dept., $4.25; Reliable Transfer Co..
$10.45; E. C. Senkler, $20; J. E. Smart & Co., $4;
Smith   &   Champion,   $3.38;    Sweeney-JlcConuell,
$1; A'ictoria Book & Stationery Co., $57.50        1,643 50
Travelling Expenses:
F. J. Stacpoole  37 50
Total expenditure, A'ictoria Land Registry Office      31,451 24
Total expenditure, all Land Registry Offices         136,307 92
Carried forward    ,   $   287,862 82
 10 Geo. 5       Expenditures, 1st April, 1918, to 31st March, 1919. C 27
Vote* SERVICE. Expended.
DEPARTJIENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL—Continued. ;
Brought forward  .'   $   287,862 82
Supreme and County Courts.
22. Chilliwack.
Salaries ($1,080) :
Registrar, County Court  ... J.  Pelly    $       600 00
Janitor    J. Peers     480 00
$    1,080 00
Expenses ($337.58) :
Office Supplies, etc.:
B.C. Elec. Rly. Co.. Ltd., 90c; Chilliwack Tel.
Co., Ltd., $51.40; Dominion Express Co., $1.25;
F. Jeune & Bro., Ltd., $8.85; King's Printer,
$11.98; S. Mellard, $3; Menzies Hardware Co..
$2.70; postage, $84; S. Pugh, $1.25; J. Scott,
$25.S0; I. II. Watson, Insurance Agencies, Ltd.,
$6  197 13
Fuel, Light, Water, etc.:
B.C. Elec Rly. Co., Ltd., $5.05; Elk Creek
Waterworks Co., Ltd., $18; J. P. Robertson,
$110.35  133 40
Jlaintenance and Repairs, etc.:
Denmark & Burton  7 05
Total expenditure, Chilliwack County Court $    1,417 5S
23. Ladysmith.
Salaries ($300) :
Deputv Registrar    J.  Stewart   $       300 00
Expenses ($19.29) :
Office Supplies, etc.:
B.C. Telephone Co., Ltd., 25c;  King's Printer,
$11.46 ; W. Monteith & Co., $2 ; postage, $5.58  19 29
Total expenditure, Ladysmith County Court  319 29
24. JIekritt.
Salaries ($1,271) :
Deputv Registrar:
AV. H. Boothroyd (5 mos.)    $       125 00
Janitors:
G.  Devonshire   ..$96 00    T.  Watt   ....$1,050 00       1,146 00
$    1,271 00
Expenses ($475.92) :
Office Supplies, etc.:
Armstrong's, Ltd., $2.40; J. P. Boyd, $3; C.P.
Telegraph, 33c; Corporation of City of Jierritt,
$4.25; Dominion Express Co., 45c ; Govt. Tel. Service, $72.25 ; King's Printer, $1; Merritt Jlercantile
Co., $8.75 ; P. JlcLean, $7.35 ; postage, $2  101 78
Maintenance and Repairs, etc.:
Armstrong's   Departmental   Store.   Ltd.,   $6.30;
E. Lakey, $7.50;  Jierritt Mercantile Co., $32.10;
JI.   H.   Rork,   $5;   L.   A.   Teitelbaum,   $2.37;   F.
Walker, $25.50   • ■ • ■ 78 77
Fuel, Light, Water, etc:
F. R. Barrett, $14; Corporation of City of Merritt,
$70.37; Fleming Coal Co., Ltd., $175; J. Kennedy,
$6 ; J. Kilroy, $6 ; C. Jlclntosh, $24 •  295 37
Total expenditure, Jierritt County Court        1,746 92
Carried forward    $    3,843 79 $   287,862 82
 C 28
Expenditures, 1st April, 1918, to 31st March,
1919.
No. of
Vote.
service.
Expended.
25.
DEPARTJIENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL—Continued.
Supreme and County* Courts—Continued.
Nelson.
Salaries ($2,835.96) :
Registrar,  Supreme and
County Courts   T. JI. Bowman   $    2.115 96
Stenographer  Ji. C. Steele           720 00
3,843 79 $   287,862 82
3,199 27
6,429 66
2,476 46
Expenses ($303.31) :                                                               $
Office Supplies, etc.:
B.C. Tel. Co., Ltd., $192.75; C.P. Rly. Co. Tel.,
$17.05 ; Dom. of Can. Guar, and Accident Insurance
Co., $8; Dominion Express Co., $9.88; Imp. Guar,
and  Accident  Insurance  Co.,  $4;   King's  Printer,
$86.25; postage, $44; AA'ells, Fargo & Co. Express,
2,835 96
363 31
26.
Total expenditure, Nelson Supreme and County C
New AVestminster.
Salaries ($5,684) :
Registrar, Supreme and
County Courts   J.  J.  Cambridge   $
ourts. . . .
2,248 00
1.556 00
1,020 00
840 00
20 00
Clerk    J. E. Turnbull	
Expenses  ($745,66) :                                                                    $
Office Supplies, etc.:
B.C. Elec. Rly. Co., Ltd., $25;  B.C. Telephone
Co., Ltd., $273.58; G. Calbick, $15; C.P. Rly. Co.
Tel., 67c.; AV. C. Chamberlin, $2.50; C. S. Corrigan,
$9;   R.   Davidson,   $15;   Dominion   Express   Co.,
$6.75 ; Insley Press, 50c ; King's Printer, $230.44 ;
London Guar. & Accident Co., Ltd., $8; D. JIcElroy,
$9 •' postage  $150 22	
5,684 00
745 66
27.
Total expenditure, New AA'estminster Supreme ar
Prince Rupert.
Salaries ($2,200) :
Registrar,  Supreme and
County Courts    W. E. Burritt $
Expenses ($276.46) :
Office Supplies, etc.:
AV. A. Adams, $9; City of Prince Rupert, $121;
Dom. of Canada Guarantee & Accident Insurance
Co.,   $4;   Dominion   Express   Co.,   $2;   Dominion
Govt. Telegraphs, $16.58; King's Printer, $44.8S;
London Guarantee and Accident Insurance Co., $8;
E. A. Jlalacord, $12; Pacific Cartage, $6; postage,
$52;  Prince Rupert Light &  Power  Department,
d County
2,200 00
276 46
Total  expenditure,   Prince  Rupert  Supreme  and  County
28.
A'ANCOUVER.
Salaries ($23,310.65) :
Registrar, .Supreme and
Deputy Registrar   J. C. Dockerill	
3,720 00
2,140 00
5,800 00 $ 15,589 18 $   287,862 S2
 10 Geo. 5        Expenditures, 1st April, 1918, to 31st March, 1919.                  C 29
Vote..                                                              SERVICE.
Expended.
DEPARTJIENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL—
Supreme and County Courts—Continued.
28.                                             A'ancouver—Concluded.
fan tinned.
5,860' 00 $ 15,589 18 $   2S7.862 82
15,518 65
1,932 00
Salaries—Concluded.
Clerks:
W.  H. Allen. . $1,260 00    R.  C. Knight $1,332 00
L. J. Brown..   1.260 00    JI.  G. Pascoe         96 00
C. M. Dallas..  1,164 00    J. A. Preston    1,260 00
H. N.  Frith..  1,380 00    M.  Stewart  ..     360 00
J.   L.   Gardner  1,260 00    A,'. Thompson    1,332 00
I.   Godfrey . ..  1,332 00    W. R. AVellings 1.260 00
G. A. E. Hyde 1,260 00    C. E. Willis.'.       65 80
J   F   A   King     896 85     	
Stenographers :
J. Coots                 312 00    JI. O. Norris..     780 00
C.K.Jlackenzie      840 00    	
$
Expenses ($1,708.15) :
Office Supplies, etc.:
B.C. Telephone Co., $23.52; Can. Pac. Rly. Co.,
$9.27;   P.   Dolan,   $123;   Dominion   Express   Co.,
$14.55 ; Electric Supply and Contracting Co., Ltd.,
$1.90; J. L. Fisher, $39; Fraser Express Co., 50c ;
H. N. Frith, 60c;  Graham Electric Co., $14.20;
G. H. Hewitt Co., $7.15; King's Printer, $907.31;
H. Lane. $18; B. Lyman, $6; AV. Neun, 75c; R.
Polly.    $45;    postage,    $360;    Sun    Job    Presses,
$113 ; J. & J. Taylor, $1.20; United Typewriter Co.,
$1;  Watson Insurance Agency,  $20;   AVest Disinfectant Co., $1.75; AA'estern Speciality, Ltd., 45c.. .
23,310 65
1,708 15
Total expenditure, Vancouver Supreme and Com
29.                                                       A'ictoria.
Salaries  ($19,828.72) :
Registrar,   Supreme   Court. .B. II. T. Drake (6 mos.)   $
Registrar, County Court  ...Harvey   Combe   .......
lty Courts     25,018 80
1,422 00
2,179 92
1,464 00
8,142 00
1,340 00
3,035 80
225 00
980 00
900 00
140 00
Clerks:
O.   Barton   .. .$1,380 00    D. Reid $1,260 00
G.   A.   Duncan 1,260 00    C. E. E. White 1,260 00
J. W. H. Little-                       L. P. AVoodruff 1,212 00
boy           630 00
G   H   JIabon. .   1.140 00     	
Assistant Janitors:
C.  C. Chandler$   435 00    A. Roberts . . .$     50 80
J.   H.   Griffiths 1,050 00    A. AVhitfield . .  1.050 00
E   Jloss   .               450 00     	
J u d g e s' Stenographer and
$
Expenses ($4,969.64) :
Office Supplies, etc.:
B.C.  Elec.  Rly.  Co.,  Ltd., $17;  B.C.  Tel.  Co.,
Ltd., $709.28; C.P. Rly. Co. Tel., $9.99; Dominion
Express Co.. $16.75 ; Employers' Liability Assurance
Co.,  Ltd.,  $8;   Gault  Bros.,  Ltd.,  $12.52;   King's
19,828
72
19,828
72 $ 40,607 98 $   287,862 82
 C 30 Expenditures, 1st April, 1918, to 31st March, 1919.
Vote. SERVICE. Expended.
DEPARTJIENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL—Continued.
Supreme and County Courts—Concluded.
29. A'ictoria—Concluded.
Brought  forward $ 19.S2S 72 $ 40,607 98 $   287,862 82
Expenses—Concluded.
Office Supplies, etc.—Concluded.
Printer, $629.19; London Guar. & Accident Co.,
Ltd., $12; Melrose Co., Ltd., $6.45; postage, $254;
Public AVorks Department, $51.50; Reliable Transfer Co., $9.30; R. P. Rithet & Co., Ltd., $4; Smith
&   Champion,   $29.50;   Standard   Steam   Laundry,
Ltd., $10.53 ; Turner, Beeton & Co., Ltd., $8        1,788 01
Maintenance and Repairs, etc.: *
B.A. Paint Co., Ltd.. $3.04; B.C. Elec. Rly. Co.,
Ltd., $20.64; Carter Elec. Co., Ltd., $62.10; Corporation of City of A'ictoria, $233.18; Cox &
Dougal, $70; W. Duncan, $2; AV. S. Fraser & Co.,
Ltd., $7.70; Hafer JIachine Co., Ltd., $1.25;
Hawkins & Hayward, $32.28; Hickman Tye Hardware Co., Ltd., $13.35; Imperial Oil, Ltd., $2.72;
Simon Leiser & Co., Ltd., $9.50; Lemon, Gonnason
Co., Ltd., $114.64; Little & Taylor, $7; Lofts &
Bosustow, $2.50; E. B. Marvin & Co., $10.25;
Mellor Bros., Ltd., $1.75; F. Mellor, $28; Melrose
Co., Ltd., $416.05; AV. N. O'Neill Co., Ltd., $19.16;
Otis-Fensom Elevator Co., Ltd., $462.70; E. G.
Prior & Co., Ltd., $2.90; Reliable Transfer Co.,
$10.45; Public Works Dept, $238.50; J. J. Ross.
$114.01; Standard Steam Laundry, $11.01; G. A. &
E. Stevens, $83.25; AVaites & Knapton, $2; Weiler
Bros., Ltd., $4.80  .       2,114 73
Fuel, Light, Water, etc.:
B.C. Elec Co., Ltd., $276.24; Hall & Walker,
$15.75; Kirk & Co., Ltd., $69.35; Mackay & Gillespie, $584.28 ; W. J. Pendray & Sons," Ltd., $5.40 ;
G. Powell & Sons, $2.25; Attorney-General's Dept.,
$68.25; Victoria City Waterworks, $45.38        1,066 90
Total expenditure, Victoria Supreme and County Courts..      24,798 30
30. Official Stenographers.
Salaries ($2,988) :
Stenographers:
F. Bunting   . .$   300 00    J.   Gilbert   ...$1,344 00
P.   J.   Mackay 1,344 00      $     2,988 00
Total expenditure, Official Stenographers         2,98S 00
Total expenditure, all Supreme and County Courts  68,394 34
31. Provincial Police.
Headquarters.
Salaries ($10,841.83) :
Superintendent AV. G. McMynn $    3,360 00
Chief Clerk and Cashier  . .. D. G. Cox         1,920 00
Chief Detective    J. E. Green    270 00
Clerks:
C. A. Booth ..$1,320 00    J. S. Craig ..$    94 83
C. Clark        840 00    G. A. Hood . .  1,520 00
H. H. Clarke..     840 00     '      4,614 83
Carried forward    $ 10,164 83 $   356,257 16
 10 Geo. 5        Expenditures, 1st April, 1918, to 31st March, 1919. C 31
Vote SERVICE. Expended.
DEPARTJIENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL—Continued.
31. Provincial Police—Continued.
Headquarters—Concluded.
Brought forward $ 10,164 S3 $   356,257 16
Salaries—Concluded.
Special Constables:
F. G. Brown..$     25 80    J. A. Thomas.$   612 50        *
L. P. Howe . .       18 06    F.  AVills           20 64 677 00
$ 10,841 83
Expenses ($3,421.58) :
Office Supplies, etc.:
B.C. Elec. Rly. Co., 90c; B.C. Telephone Co.,
$270.70; Can. Pac Rly. Co., $185.33; Dominion
Express Co., 25c: Dominion Guarantee & Ace.
Ins. Co., $S; Dominion Govt. Telegraphs, $2.96;
Drake Hardware Co., $4; Gillespie, Hart & Todd,
$4; G.N.W. Telegraph Co., $5.59; Griffith Co.,
$6.25; N. Henson, 50c.; King's Printer, $783.84;
postage, $346; Reliable Transfer Co., $4.05        1,622 37
Travelling Expenses and Transportation:
F. G. Brown, $4.80; C. Clark, $5.55; J. S. Craig,
$2.50; J. E. Green, $627.25; C. H. Henson, $21 ;
G. A. Hood, $25.90; L. P. Howe. $5.40; F. R.
Jlurray, $412.96; AV. G. McJiynn, $243.43; F. R.
AVills, $39.70          1,388 49
Furniture and Fixtures:
AV. S. Fraser & Co., $1.50; Macey Office Equipment Co., $86.75; F. Jiellor, $5; Reliable Transfer
Co., 75c.; AVeiler Bros., $43.20   137 20
Rents :
B.C. Land & Investment Agency  200 00
Incidentals and Contingencies :
B.C. Elec. Rly. Co., Ltd., 835.40; C. Colpitts,
$36 ; E. B. Jlarvin & Co., $1.07 ; Waites & Knapton.
$1.05 :  73 52
■$ 14,203 41
Police Divisions.
Salaries of Police and Special Constables. ($130,573.41) :
Boundary District:
R. AV. Bowen $   155 00 C. Nichols  ...$   131 61
F. G. Brown..      800 00 E.   Pearse   ...        10 00
A.  K.  Cape   ..    210 00 R.   Prichard..     803 55
AV.  H.  Dock-
steader   ....     453 55 J. Simpson   . .     244 00
J. A. Fraser. .  1,360 00 G. H. Sproule     196 00
J. AV. Grell  . .       27 00 G. Stanfield . .  1.200 00
L. P. Howe . .     198 73 AV. B. Stewart 1,200 00
W. H. Lines. .     780 15 J.  Thompson 3 00
H.  H.  Jlansell       75 00 A.  C.  Ward. . 9 00
D. D. JicDonald    110 00 .    $    7,966 59
Fort George District:
H. Avison   ...     960 00 J. Jlead        422 25
H. S. Avison..       10 50 A. C. Jlinty . .     280 00
J. Bourne   ...     980 00 Ji. C. JlcPhail     690 00
P.  Carr           19 84 F.F.O'Halloran    340 00
J. Fife           36 00 T.AV.S.Parsons  1,600 00
E. Gammon  ..     229 20 P. Pierre Roi.        12 00
D.  Gibb           53 33 .J.D.Richardson      30 00
AV. R. Henley    1,140 00 AV. E. Swan..        24 00
Carried forward $    7,966 59 $ 14,263 41 $   356,257 10
 C 32
Expenditures, 1st April, 1918, to 31st March, 1919.
No. of
Vote.
service.
Expended.
DEPARTJIENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL—Continued.
31. Provincial Police—Continued.
Police Divisions—Continued,
Brought forward $    7,906 59 $ 14,263 41
Salaries of Police and Special Constables—Continued.
Fort George District—Concluded.
356,257 16
C. Johnson   . . $   582 00
D. Long          252 00
J. Masson   ...       15 00
Fort St. John District:
J. AV. Beattie.. 84 00
AV. Carter ... 63 00
J. DeWette . . 27 00
G. J. Duncan. 1.430 00
C. JI. Finch ..      245 00
Hazelton District:
J. A. Aldrich.. 6 00
,S. Cline      1,080 00
.S. Cooling ... 27 50
R. Cussack . . 24 00
A.  Fairbairn..   1,200 00
Kamioops District:
G.  H. Adams    1,340 00
G. Bell        171 76
K. F. Birchall 600 00
A. Bob            16 00
A. Camille  3 00
P.   Carr        801 ,85
B. Denault ... 22 00
H. Duncan ... 3 00
F.  Edens      1.650 00
. B. H. Games        2 50
C.   Tame
F.  AVills   	
AV. Woodcock
A. JIacKinnon
R. JI. JIcEwan
H. Taylor .. .
J.   H.   Weisner
$1,080 00
41 30
51 00
63 00
36 00
1,670 00
63 00
D. Holland   . . 5 00
J. Kelly  1.260 00
H. Lundv  13 75
S. G. Robinson 564 00
W.
H.
E.
P.
Harris         30 95
Jewels  3 00
W. Jupp  . .   1,140 00
I. LeOamp  ... 3 00
N.  LeCamp   . . 3 00
AV. H. Lines.. 134 85
Nanaimo District:
J.    Bannerman
H.   Bates   . . .
T. Bates	
J.  N.  Brown.
J.  Clark   	
E.  English   ..
C. F. Evans  .
G. Graham . .
J. Hannay  ..
A. Haywood .
J.   R.   Johnson
B. AV.   Leeson
A. H. Lyche . .
T. G. Jiason..
L. Jlichell ...
D.A.JIeDonald
D.D.JlcDonald
T.W.S.Parsons
P.  B.  Paul   . .
S.  Petele   	
D. Prosper ...
F. Saul   	
AA'. R.  Stanton
G. A. Taunton
Thomas . . .
H. A'ickers
Viner ....
AVillard . . .
AA'ilson   . . .
S.
H.
J.
J.
J.
330 00
3 00
618 00
45 70
320 00
3 00
10 00
3 00
3 00
75 00
129 00
10 00
815 35
6 00
3 00
3 00
S
G. Jlillar . .
A. D. I. Jlustart
J. R. Packard
W. D. Redford
J. Risath	
R. Rushford . .
J.  Russell   . ..
2 50
1,140 00
7 50
80 00
40 00
758 70
1.140 00
A.T.Stephenson 1,500 00
20 00
40 00
5 00
525 35
3 00
7 50
190 00
55 00
190 00
30 00
2 50
438 70
10 00
Kootenay (North-east) District:
'    F. Clarkson...       90 00    P.T.Kelly
A. E. Farey . .     960 00    J. Jlead  . . .
J. T. S. Gibson       79 33    R. F. Jlills.
G. H. Howieson     629 33    R.J.Sutherland 1,500 00
Kootenay  (South-east)  District:
E. Stock   	
AV. Thompson
F. A'arney . ..
A. Williamson
H. N. Wood..
47 50
12 50
160 00
12 50
1,080 00
880 00
340 00
1,080 00
A. Arden
J. Boardman
R. Bookhout
A. Bower . .
A. Dryden   .
3 00
1,200 00
5 00
60 00
1,080 00
F. JlcCormacl;
g. J. JicNally
A. JIcNeill . .
J. Norgrove . .
C.  O'Connor. .
435 00
826 50
1,245 00
68 00
449 90
8,848 42
3,681 00
4,180 25
8,301 96
7,498 25
5,558 66
Carried forward $ 46,035 13 $ 14,263 41 $   356,257 16
 10 Geo. 5       Expenditures,
1st April, 1918, to 31
st March, 1919.                  C 33
Vote*                                                              SERVICE.
Expended.
DEPARTJIENT OF THE
ATTORNEY-GENERrAL-
-Continued.
31.                                    Provtnciai
Police—Continued.
Police Divisions—Continued.
Brought for
Salaries of Police and Special
. . S  4R nst.  1 ?. S  14 OR?. 4-1   S    SKR 9S7  1R
Constables—Continued.
Kootenay (South-east) District-;—Concluded
JI.  Gorman   ..$1,200 00
E. B. Offin  . .
$      11  00
J.   Grey              7 50
W. Owen	
2,085 00
Harry   Hughes 1,080 00
J.  Radford   . .
45 00
Herbert Hughes    264 00
F. AV. Reger..
5 00
C.   Kerr          . .   1,200 00
H.   Riviere   . .
60 00
AV. H. Laird..     659 34
G. W. Shipman
1,080 00
C. H. JIartin.  1,050 00
A.J.Silverwood
10 00
F. E. JIaunder       50 00
J. Walsh	
1,200 00
E.  Jlills         . .          2 50
A.  Yates   	
984 50
16,366 24
Kootenay  (West) District:
J. T. Black  . .     252 00
H. JIcLaren . .
1,200 00
T.   Blake             2 50
B. MeLeilan..
1,031 33
G. A. Carter..       80 00
B. Nottingham
20 00
J. AV. Chadwick     160 00
A. JI. Pearman
1,050 00
E.  Gammon...      500 00
JI. A. Sturgeon
12 50
G.  51.  Gunn..  1,200 00
E. A. A'achon.
1.200 00
J. F. Johnston 1,020 00
B.   Williams..
12 50
J. Macdonald. .      836 34
J. A. AVilliams
33 00
E. McGonegal         27 00
Lillooet District:
8,637 17
F. E. Aiken . .  1.524 00
F.Higginbottorr
96 00
-
J. Barton           6 00
E.   B.   Irving.
518 70
G.   Bell            .     441 60
L. JIarlow . ..
5 00
A.  Bones              3 00
AV. S. Jlay  . .
48 00
S. Bovd           ,        12 50
J.  Parnell   . . .
3 00
G. Butterfield. .          7 50
T. Petel 	
12 50
P.   Carr           .     198 31
B. L. Racine. .
35 00
A. K. Cape ...        80 00
T. Simmons . .
2 00
R.  Eden                    18 00
W. Spiller  . ..
23 22
Francis  (Ind.)        14 00
H. Thorp  . ...
5 00
B.  Freddy   ...       14 00
H.  J.  Wilson.
239 24
*
AV.   Greenwood 1,050 00
H. Wintd	
15 00
H. V. Harris . .  1,140 26
AV. Young  . . .
12 00
5,523 S3
Prince Rupert District:
C. G. Barber..        90 00
W. Kash   ....
• 6 00
K.   F.   Birchall     540 00
F. E. Litle  . .
80 00
A. K. Cape . .       560 00
G.   Logan    . . .
663 67
-
H. H. Carney       327 00
A. C. Minty . .
1,450 00
D.   DeHart   . .        15 00
C. E. Jloore..
10 50
F.   N.   Emmott 1,140 00
R. JlcCook   . .
5 00
C. F. Evans . .  1,080 00
C. Richardson.
10 00
E. Gammon  . .      290 00
E.  Roberge   . .
12 00
R. Gibson      900 00
J. W. Shiel  . .
1.080 00
AV.  H.   Hadley     960 00
A. AAr. Stone. .
375 00
J. JI. Hutchings    190 00
C. Tucker  . ..
12 50
P. S. Jack  . ..  1,200 00
H.F.Wearmouth      2 50
10,999 17
Skeena-Atlin District:
J.   P.   Scarlett   	
1,320 00
A'ancouver District:
C. G. Barber..  1,050 00
G. Logan  ....
135 39
G. Bell         400 00
C.  JIanby   . ..
219 00
W.  E.  Blair..       18 66
S. Jlarshall . .
1.200 00
J. Callander . .     560 00
T. Jlason ....
810 00
A.  L.  Chinn. .          6 00
R.T.JIatthews
1,080 00
A. IC Cape  ..       23 25
J. JIacDonald.
525 00
F. Clarkson  . .  1.150 00
E. JicArthur. .
810 00
J. G. Cook ...     810 00
D. JIcLean   . .
693 70
 $
Carried foru
3
88,881 54$ 14,263 41 $   356,257 16
 C 34
Expenditures,
Lst April, 1918, to 31st March, 1919.
No. of
Vote.
service.
Expended.
DEPARTJIENT OF THE .
-TTORNEY-GENERAL—
Continued.
31.
Provincial
Police—Continued.
Police Divisions—Continued.
Brought  forward  $ 88.SS1 54 $ 14.263 41 $   356,257
16
Salaries of Police and Special Constables—Concluded.
Vancouver District—Concluded.
J.  S. Craig   . .$   728 06
S. North   ....$1,320 00
F.Cruickshanks 1,350 00
J. Renner  . ..  1,140 00
,
AV.R.Dunwoody 1,820 00
S. ,S. Saunders      115 70
F. W. Eccles..       22 50
T.  Smith        140 00
T. Ji. Forknall 1,050 00
G. Thomas ...          9 00
W.  J. Hall  . .     402 67
W. Troop           9 00
W.  H.  Hadlev       98 67
W. J. A'oisey..     880 00
C. B. Hoby ...       80 00
H. A. AVing . .   1,200 00
W. J. Kelly ..       21 00
W. A. Wisley.     670 65
F. T. Larson..     168 38
T. G. Wynn ..     360 00
AV. H. Lines..     285 00
R. H. Young. .        98 67
21,460 30
A'ernon District:
G. A. Carter..   1,270 00
G. A.  Johnson     503 44
E. F. Crockart         5 00
D. D. JIcDonald    331 05
J.  A.  Eraser..      252 00
R.  JIcDonald.  1,200 00
E.   G.   Graham 1,080 00
R.  AV.  Pa ton.     983 00
5,624 49
Victoria District:
A.  W.  Atkins.     495 02
D.   JIcDonald.     180 00
A. Carter      170 00
M. C. JicPhail     133 33
W.R.Dunwoody    160 00
P. O'Hara. ...      130 83
Jlrs. I. A. Ferris         4 00
J.  N.  Rogers.  1,080 00
F. J. Frver  ..     180 00
E. Stock    . .       '      2 50
J. E. Gilbert. .  1.050 00
A. W. Stone..     171 30
W. H. Handley     795 00
A. A. Sutton. .         2 50
E.  B.  Irving. .       41 30
MissJLJ.Wark        2 50
W. Kier   1,224 00
H.  J.  Wilson.       13 30
H.D.Jlainwaring 189 55
E. G. Wolf . .     683 00
J. Munro        900 00
Pay-list        12 00
F. R. Jlurray.   1,575 00
9,195 13
Yale District:
P.  Badman   . .   1,080 00
S.   Jackson   . .        34 00
W. D. Baillie         15 00
J. A. Lundy.,         2 50
G. S. Blue  ...     190 00
D.   JIcDonald.     810 00
J. Bourne      380 00
A. McKay ...       18 00
R. W. Bowen.  1.265 00
D. J. SIcRae..         3 75
C.  Cameron  . .      256 00
A. Palmer  ...          6 00
R. J. Cameron           3 00
T.   Somerville.      645 00
R. Croft       ...         3 00
A.  Strang  ...     598 70
W.   Greenwood       90 00
C. Williams ..         9 00
C. S. Hensman         3 00
Expenses ($70,705.79) :
5,411 95
<
130,573 41
Office Supplies, etc.:
Alberta Tel. Co., 90c.; American Rly. Explo. Co.,
$2;  W. Armstrong, 45c ;
J.  G. Belina, $5.25; A.
Bell, $6; Bella Coola Light and Power Co., Ltd.,
$2.35;  M. Brister,  $3; B.C.  Telephone Co.,  Ltd.,
$1,926.91;   Brouse  Rural
Tel.   Co.,   $37.65;   Bun-
Office  Supply  Co.,  $2.75
Canadian  Express  Co.,
$16.90; Canadian Northei
n Express, $4.30; C.P.R.
Co.,  $337.87;   E.   Chybei
,   $3.50;   City  of  Prince
Rupert,  $69;   Clarke  &
Stuart  Co.,   Ltd.,  $1.35;
Corbin  Coal & Coke  Co
,  $1.45;  H.  V.  Cottrell,
$6.49;   Cranbrook  Drug
Co.,  $1;  Creston  Power,
Light,   and  Telephone   C
o.,   $51.30;   J.   Critchley,
$1; Jlrs. Cummings, $1.20;  F. Desharme, $32.50;
Dominion  Express  Co.,
5128;   Dominion   Govern-
ment Telegraph, $933.80
Carried fori
Field Drug Co., $1.25;
130,573 41$ 14,263 41 $   356,257
16
 10 Geo. 5       Expenditures, 1st April, 1918, to 31st March, 1919. C 35
V°dte.        .'- SERVICE. Expended.
DEPARTJIENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL— Continued.
31. Provincial Police—Continued.
Police Divisions—Continued.
Brought  forward,    $130,573 41 $ 14,263 41 $   356,257 16
Expenses—Continued.
Office Supplies, etc.—Concluded.
W. B. Fleming, $7.70; Ft. George and Alberta Tel.
and Electric Co., Ltd., $54;  JI. E. Gammage, $6;
D. Gash, $1; F. B. Gibson, $15.15; K. Gibson, $2;
J. H. Goodeve, 50c ; Granby Stores, $2.50; G.T.P.
Tel. Co., $119.98; G.N.AV. Tel. Co., $15.02; D. E.
Grobe, $12; G. H. Hewitt Co., Ltd., $1.55; Hood  •
Stationery   Co.,   Ltd.,   $2.75;   Hope  Trading   Co.,
$1.50;   H.   P.   Horan,   $3.60;   Hudson's  Bay   Co.,
$1.05;  Inland Express Co., $3.70;  P. Jeune, 50c ;
Kettle     Valley     Rly.,     $6.78;      King's     Printer,
$2,749.50;   J.   Kirkpatrick,   $1.20;   Kootenay   Tel.
Co., $828.25; B. W. Leeson, $2; C. Lindow, $53.20;
T.   R.  Lloyd,   $5;   D.   Logan,   50c;   Jlacey  Office
Equipment Co., Ltd., $69.90; A. E. Jlalacord, $26;
Jlarconi Tel. Co., $1.95;  J. H. Matheson, $5;  A.
Maxwell,   $1.25;   Mission   City  Tel.   Co.,   $36.50;
AV. Mitchell, 50c.; A. JIcDonald, $1.15; A. McKay,
40c; I. JIcKee, $2; Natal Drug and Book Store,
$2.75;   Nechako  Drug  Co.,  $3.75;   H.  A.  Nichols,
$2.60;  Northern Tel.  Co., $84.35;  Okanagan Tel.
Co.,   $422;   Pacific   Cartage,   Ltd.,   $9.27;   Peace
River Development Co., $9.16; Penticton Hardware
Co.,  30c;   C.   Phillpott,   $1.05;   Phoenix   Electric
Lighting   Co.,   Ltd.,   $29.17;   Prince   Rupert   City
Tel.,  $1;  Public AVorks Dept, $30;  Quesnel Tel.
Co.,   $25;   II.   M.   Ramsay,   $9.25;   P.   Rebagliati,
$1.25;    Reliable   Transfer   Co.,    35c;    Remington
Typewriter Co., Ltd., $8.50; Revelstoke Trout Lake
and Big Bend Tel. Co., $87.75; F. Richardson, $4;
J.  IL  Robertson,  25c;   Roval  Taxi  Service,  $1;
Ruddy & MacKay, 50c;  W. N.  Sharpe,  $10.50;
Sicamous  Hotel,   85c;   Thompson   Hardware  Co.,
Ltd., 40c; Union S.S. Co., 50c.; Union Typewriter
Co., Ltd.,  $19.45;  A'ancouver Stationery Co., 50c.;
D.   Watson,    $1.10;    AVest   Transfer   Co.,    $6.40;
AVestern Union Tel. Co., $8.48; Westminster Jlotor
Express, $2.75;  E. JI. AVhyte, $2; Young & Kennedy,   $2;   Yukon  Telegraph,   $2;   Postage-stamps,
Box rent, $2,271.72       10,681 65
Travelling Expenses and Transportation:
G.   H.  Adam,   $828.21;   F.   E.  Aiken,   $608.28;
A. AV. Atkins, $130.90; H. Avison, $18.50; P. Bad-
man,   $457.35;   R.   Baker,   $9.00;   R.   JI.  Banham,
$15.80; C. G. Barbour, $333.05; G. Bell, $751.02;
K. F. Birchall, $325.37; T. Blake, $2.95; J. Board-
man. $362.55; A.  Bob, $4;  A. Bones, $2;  C. A.
Booth,   $6;   J.   Bourne,   $428.35;   R.   AV.   Brown,
$195.10;  S. Boyd, $19.50; F. G. Brown, $230.70;
J.   N.  Brown,  $249.95;  R.  E.  Cadwallader,  $15;
J. Callander, $39.45; A. Camille, $2; A. K. Cape,
$190.85; H. H. Carney, $12.25; P. Carr, $564.40;
A.   Carter,   $108.40;   G.   A.   Carter,   $619.52;   A.
Celeste, $10;  J.  AV. Chadwick, $18.40;  F.  Clark-
son,  $216.13;   S.   Cline,   $240.50;   E.   Cook,   $15;
J.   G.  Cook,  $31.85;  F.  Cruikshank,  $105.91;   B.
Denault, $8.20;  AV.  H.  Docksteader,  $171.50;  A.
Carried forward    $141,255 06 $ 14,263 41 $   356,257 16
 C 36 Expenditures, 1st April, 1918, to 31st March, 1919.
"Vote. SERVICE. Expended.
DEPARTJIENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL—Continued.
31. Provincial Police—Continued.
Police Divisions—Continued.
Brought  forward    $141,255 06 $ 14,263 41 $   356,257 16
Expenses—Continued.   ■*
Travelling Expenses and Transportation—Continued.
Dryden, $742.30; G. J. Duncan, $527.90; AV. R.
Dunwoodv, $502.33; B. Eakin, $23.50; F. AV.
Eccles, $6; R. Eden, $18; F. Edens, $1,030.25;
F. W. Emmott, $510.22; E. English, $2.30; C. F.
Evans. $406; A. Fairbairn, $498.36; A. Falk, $5;
A. E. Farey, $290.65; I. J. Ferris, $14.80; D. G.
Fisher, $10.95; G. Fisher, $108; G. R. Fisher,
$39.75; J. Fletcher, $3; T. JI. Forknall, $76.25;
J. A. Fraser, $531.30; F. J. Fryer, $53; E. Gammon, $307.72; A. Gibbons, $20; J. T. S. Gibson,
$3; R. Gibson, $69.30; J. E. Gilbert, $268.60;
JI. Gorman, $155.30; E. C. Graham, $474.70;
W. Greenwood, $104.35; G. JI. Gunn, $301.20;
W. H. Hadley. $257.35; W. J. Hall, $44.60; J.
Hannay, $31.15; H. Harris. $8.90; H. A*. Harris,
$578.40 ; AV. R. Henlev, $199.25 ; T. Higginbottom,
$9.75 ; E. A. Hill. $5.75 ; L. P. Howe. $42.60 ; G. IL
Howieson, $388.20; H. Hughes, $311.70; H. D.
Hughes, $269; E. Hunt, $10; J. SI. Hutchings,
$53:10; E. B. Irving, $325; P. S. Jack, $63; C.
Johnson, $280.20; G. A. Johnson, $191.05; J. T.
Johnston. $335.70; P. AV. Jupp, $311.85; A. O.
Kellv. $12.50; J. Kelly, $546.65; P. T. Kelly,
$91.60; F. AV. Kenmuir, $2.50; Jlrs. P. Kennedy,
$15; C. Kerr, $228.05; AV. Kier, $406.14; AV. II.
Laird, $277.45; F. T. Larson. $8; I. LeCamp, $4;
B. AV. Leeson, $51.30: AV. H. Lines, $342.35; G.
Logan, $636; D. Long, $157.70; J. JIacdonald,
$375.35 ; H. D. JIainwaring, $24.60 ; H. H. JIansell,
$14.15; S. Marshall, $122; C. H. JIartin. $320.65;
T. G. JIason. $161.27; J. JIasson, $4.60; R.
JIatthews, $542.20; J. Mead, $329.92; L. Jlichell.
$4; S. G. Jliller, $2; R. F. Jlills, $77.65; A. C.
Minty, $151.05; J. Jlunro, $10; F. R. Murray,
$47.45; A. D. I. JIustart. $132.60; F. JlcCormack,
$22.05; D. McDonald, $127.73; D. A. JIcDonald,
$93.15; D. D. JIcDonald, $101.20; R. JIcDonald,
$445.70; A. McKay, $70.15; H. JIcLaren, $387.60;
B. JIcLellan, $327.60; AV. G. JicJIvnn, $53.55;
S. J. JIcNally, $89.35; A. JIcNeill, $103.S5; JI.
McPhail, $204.24; J. Norgrove. $71.35; S. North,
$19.25; R. K. Nottingham, $111.30; C. O'Connor,
$54.45; F. F. O'Halloran, $171.30; P. O'Hara,
$53.40; W. Owen, $1,070.69; J. Parnell, $2;
T. W. S. Parsons, $426.83; R. W. Patton, $296.70;
P. B. Paul, $4; A. JI. Pearman, $368.55; E. Pearce,
$30.30; S. Petele. $4; R. Pritchard. $289.90; JI.
Quaw, $168 ; E. E. Reed, $13.85 ; J. Renner, $100 ;
S. G. Robinson, $305.55; J. N. Rogers. $119.35; R.
Rushford, $361.10; J. Russell, $281.65; F. Saul,
$32; S. S. Saunders, $71.15; J. P. Scarlett,
$401.65; J. W. Sheil, $336.25; G. Shipman,
$244.05; J. Simpson. $86.55; AV. Simm, $1.50;
T. Somerville, $84.05; — Spiller. $18; G. H.
Sproule, $37.30; G. Stanfield. $750.45; A. T.
Stephenson, $426.3S; E. L. Stewart, $7.50; W. B.
Stewart, $560.70; A. AV. Stone, $440.65; A. Strang,
Carried forward    $141,255 06 $ 14,263 41 $   356,257 16
 10 Geo. 5        Expenditures, 1st April, 1918, to 31st March, 1919. C 37
Vote. SERVICE. Expended.
DEPARTJIENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL—-Continued.
31. Provincial Police—Continued.
Police Divisions—Continued.
Brought forward  $141,255 06 $ 14,263 41 $   356,257 16
Expenses—Continued.
Travelling Expenses and Transportation—Concluded.
$132.45;   Jlrs.   JI.   A.   Sturgeon,   $69.15;   Ii.   J.
Sutherland, $389.34; A. A. Sutton, $2.50; C. Tame,
$203.50;    G.    A.    Taunton,    $73.85;    H.    Taylor,
$280.40; S. Tomah, $43.50; C. Tucker, $16; E. A.
Vachon, $313.65 ; F. Varney, $20 ; H. Vickers, $319.77 ;
— Viner, $2 ; AV. A'oisey, $1.45 ; J. Walsh, $434.35 ;
I. Willard, $2; J. A. AVilliams, $6; F. AVills, $76;
H. J. AVilson, $18.35; H. A. AA'ing, $76.85; AV. A.
AVisley, $85.45;  E.  G. AVolf, $125;  H. N. Wood.
$331.35; J. A. Wood, $43; A. Yates, $64.40; A. D.
Young, $183;  B.C.  Electric   (car fares),  $172.60;
Ford Jlotor Co., $5,068.57; A'ancouver Police Auto
(gasolene for police autos), $302.11; AVood Jlotor
Co., $723.05       42,694 76
Furniture and Fixtures:
Albion   Stove   Works,   Ltd.,   $21.05;   S.   Boyd,
$2.50; C.P.R. Co., $4.43; J. Carpenter, 75c ; AV. H.
Cottrell,   $5.35;   Cowichan   Jlerchants,   Ltd.,   $7;
Dominion Express,  $16.03;  Excelsior Lumber Co.,
$9.55; Field Trading Co., $1.85; Flathead Trading
Co., $4.35; AV. Fleming, 25c ; A. E. Forrest, $4.50;
Revillon Freres Co., $2.35;  Granby  C.J1.S.  & P.
Co., Ltd., $65; G.T.P. Rly. Co., 50c.; G. D. Harper,
$7.95;   F.   Harwood,   $4.49;    Hope   Trading   Co.,
$9.30;   Hudson's  Bay  Co.,  $5.10;   Inland  Express
Co., $21.95; J. A. Johnson, $6.50; Kaien Hardware
Co., $23.35; Jiacey Office Equipment Co., $516.15;
T. Jliller, $19.10; Jlorrison Thompson Co., $36.05;
L.   G.   JIcDowall,   $2.00;   J.   G.   JlcJIynn,   50c;
Northern Lumber Co., $17.69;  Northern Transfer
Co.,   $3.50;   Oakalla   Prison   Farm.   $23;   Pacific
Cartage Co., 50c.; P.G.E. Rly. Co.. $14.S6; Stewart
Sheet Metal AVorks, $43.80; C. H. Tarbell & Son,
$5.25; J. Thomson, $1; S. Tsuchiya, $3; J. Valley,
$3; Wah Sun, $2; Weiler Bros., Ltd., $13.50 ; C. G.
Barber,   removal  expenses,   Jlission  City  to   Bella
Coola,  $78.50;   AV.  Greenwood,   removal  expenses,
Lillooet to Hope, $53         1,061 91
Uniforms, Clothing, and Equipment:
J.   JI.   Adams,   $1.75;   Angell   Hardware   Store,
$2.25;   J.   Bird,   $5;   E.   J.   Bond,   50c;   Boyden
Electric Co., $7.25; B.C. Canning Co., Ltd., $1.35;
Broughton & JlcNeill, 45c; F.  G. Brown, $1.25;
Canadian  Express  Co.,  90c;   Carter  Electric  Co.,
50c ; A. C. Christensen, $2.05; Chun Lee, $2; City
Livery, $1.33; J. Collins, 70c; Columbia Hardware
Co.,  50c;  A.  V.  Cottrell,  $1.75;   Cowichan  Jlerchants, $6.55; Cranbrook Drug & Book Co., 75c;
Creston Auto & Supply Co., $2.40; R. Cunningham
& Son, Ltd., $1.30; G. Dillabough, $7.50; Dominion
Express  Co.,  $1.30;  F.  J.  Ellison,  $2.35;  Fernie
Optical Parlors, $1S.75; Field Drug Co., $3; JI. J.
Finlayson & Co., $1.50;  J. A. Flett, Ltd., $5.75;
Fort George Drug Co., $6.10; C. N. Fraser, 60c;
L. C. Fraser, $5.25; R. Fraser, $3.60; D. Galbraith,
$1.85; J. Goodman, 50c;  Granby M.S. & P. Co., "
Ltd., $6.25;  Granby Co.'s Steam Laundry, $3.50;
Carried forward    $185,011 73 $ 14,263 41 $   356,257 16
 C 38 Expenditures, 1st April, 1918, to 31st March, 1919.
V°rJtef SERVICE. Expended.
DEPARTJIENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL—Continued.
31. Provincial Police —Continned.
Police Divisions—Continued.
Brought forward  $185,011 73 $ 14,263 41 $   356,257 16
Expenses—Continued.
Uniforms, Clothing, and Equipment—Concluded.
A. Hing, $2; Hope Trading & Supply Co., $1.90;
J. Horner, 50c; Hudson's Bay Co., $2.60; A. Jackson, $3.50; T. Jenkins, $1.25; J. B. Kershaw,
$26.30; Lawrence Hardware Co., 90c.; Leith Bros.,
$50.50; Leucy Dick (Indian), $1.30; R. Jlackenzie,
$1.75-; JIarlatt & Jlackenzie, $20.50; Jlong Gouey,
$1; JIuir Electric Co., $12.50; JIcBride Trading-
Co., 65c ; F. JicCormack, $2 ; JlcCorkell Bros., $3 ;
D. JIcDonald. $1; P. D. JIcDonald, $7.75; F. H.
JIcDonald, 50c; W. JIcEwan, $4.45; AV. G. JIc-
Kenzie, $4.25; JIcTavish & Silencer, 55c; Nechako
Drug Co., $4.75; J. Newick, $4.20; Northern Electric Co., $12.91; Northern Lumber Co., $3.15;
Oakalla Prison Farm, $34.20; II. R.-Olson, $2.90;
P.G.E. Rly. Co., 40c; E. R. Paine, $5; Pantorium
Cleaners, $3.50; Parkin & AVard Elec. Co., $7.20;
F. Parks & Co., $9.75; Peace River Saddlery Co.,
$1.05; J. D. Quail, $19.90; Revillon Freres Co.,
$4.20; E. B. Richardson, $2.70; A. Rogers & Co.,
$3; D. R. Rolston, Ltd., $3.30; Rush Transfer Co.,
$3.90;  Sam AVah, $6; R. S. Sargent, Ltd., $1.40;
F. J. Seager, $21.35; J. Shennan, $1.50; D.
Spencer, Ltd., $2.30; Steam Laundry, $2; Stewart
Sheet Jletal AA'orks, $1.80; Storey & Campbell,
$4.25; Sturdy Hardware Co., $2.50; R. Sutherland,
$1; C. H. Tarbell & Son, $5.10; Trites & AVood,
Ltd., $4.90; Up-to-Date Drug Stores, 90c; C. L.
Wain, $2.65; AV. A. E. Wall, $3; C. A. Warren,
$7;   C.   J.   White,   25c;   A.   D.   AVhitmore,   $2.75;
G. B. AVilliams, $24; AVorkmen's Co-op Store, $1.50 481 14
Rents :
F. C. Benedict, $120; A. R. Bittancourt, $144;
Britannia Stores, $120; C.P.R. Co., $3; Corp. of
the City of Ladysmith, $60; Corbin Coal & Coke
Co., $93; Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co., $33.15; T.
Dames, $75 ; G. E. Darling, $6 ; Dolly A'arden Jlines,
$75; H. Fraser, $144; J. Gonsalves, $15; Granby
C.M.S. & P. Co., $180; F. C. Hasler, $240; A.
Higgins, $144; A. Laverture, $120; I. JIartinsen,
$15; Jlonte Creek Trading Co., $72; F. JicCormack, $12; J. B. JlcLaren, $32; A. Jiacneil,
$40; E. E. Orchard, $180; Pacific Jlills, Ltd.,
$102; Ross Saskatoon Lumber Co., $180;. F. P.
Schell, $20; F. Seward, $1S0; L. F. Tyson, $270;
Ji. Wells, $9.75          2,684 90
JIaintenance and Repairs of Buildings, Grounds, etc.:
Abbott & Abbott, $2.60; J. F. Abray, $1.90;
T. Abriel, $3.50; J. JI. Adams, $1.35; A. C. Anderson, $2.50; Angell Hardware Store, $1.40; Arco
Company, $812.50; Ashcroft AVater, Electric and
Improvement Co., $4.20; T. E. Banks, $6; W.
Bannister & Son, $4; T. E. Bate. $9.85; J. Beale,
$89.50;  E  .J.  Bond,  $3.20;  R.  W.  Bowen,  $15;
B. & K. Jiilling Co., Ltd., $66.90; A. JI. Brown,
$1.50; F. G. Brown, $4.80; B. Brynildson & Co..
$28.15 ; A. K. Cape, $4 ; Cariboo Trading Co., 75c ;
W. H. Cawley, $1.35; A. Chisholm, $9; Co-Opera-
Carried forward    $18S,177 77 $ 14,263 41 $   356,257 16
 10 Geo. 5        Expenditures, 1st April, 1918, to 31st March, 1919.
C 39
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Expended.
DEPARTJIENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL—Continued.
31.
Provincial Police —Continued.
Police Divisions—Continued.
Brought forward
$188,177 77 $ 14,263 41 $   356,257 16
Expenses—Continued.
Maintenance and Repairs of Buildings, Grounds, etc.
— Continued.
tive Society, 50c; Corbin Coal & Coke Co., $3;
Corporation of Penticton, $7.20; H. V. Cottrell,
$3.75; Crowsnest Pass Coal Co., Ltd., $18; R.
Cunningham & Son, Ltd., $12.70; V. T. Dawley,
$2.10; M. DesBrisay & Co., $4; AV. H. Docksteader,
$51.50; S. A. Eby, 45c; W. Ferguson, $1; Field
Trading Co., $15.80; JI. J. Finlayson & Co., $3;
Flathead Trading Co., $21; Fort George Drug Co.,
$3.20; Fort Steele Trading Co., Ltd., $7.30; R.
Fraser, $1.25; Fulton Hardware Co., $2.25; W.
Gardner, $2; J. Garrett, $1.35; R. Gibson, $5;
Goodman Supply Co., 55c; E. C. Graham, $4.25;
Graham Electric Co., $3; Granby C.J1.S. & P. Co.,
Ltd., $6.25; Granby Stores, $3.55; Grand Forks
Hardware Co., $3.40; W. Gratton, $2; AV. G. D.
Harper, $18.30; Harper & Cross, Ltd., $6.05;
Haryett & Co., $2.40; N. Helm, $5; R. Hirtz,
$3.50; L. P. Howe, 00c; D. H. Hoy, $4; Hudson's
Bay Co., $37.93; H. Ingham, $2; F. Inrig, $10;
Interior News. $4.80; A. Johnson & Co., $2.50;
S. Janes, $154.63; G. AV. Jupp. $20.75; Kaien
Hardware Co., $1.30; J. B. Kershaw. $14.75;
Leith  Bros.,  $3.25;  A.  IL  Lewis,  $42.25;   J.  P.
f.1;  W.  Lincoln,  $5;  W.  H.
B. Jlarvin &  Co., $3;  A.  G.
R. JlacKenzie, $5.60;  Jlellor
Jielrose   Co.,   Ltd.,   30c;   A.
Mills, $402; A. C. Jlinty, 75c;
Lewis, $1.50; Lim,
Lucas, $210.35; E.
JIacFarlane, $3.75;
Bros., Ltd., $5.10;
Jlilligan, $1.75; E.
E. A. Jlitchell, $2.40; Jiorrison-Thompson Co.,
$6.75; Jiouat Bros. & Co., Ltd., $2.35; C. Jloulton,
$2.50 ; AV. Jlundinger, $11.25 ; J. JIunro, Ltd., $3.40 ;
JlcArthur Co., $1; JIcBride Trading Co., $9.73; F.
JlcCormack, 90c; D. A. JIcDonald, $1.25; F. JIcDonald, $8; J. W. JleDougal, $5; Mcintosh &
Baillie, $1; J. JIcLachlan, $3.75; J. G. JlcJIynn,
$3.15; J. McRae, $12; Natal Co-op Society, 50c;
Nechako Drug Co., $7.50; Nechako Trading Co.,
$1.75 ; Northern Lumber & Mercantile Co., $8.20;
G. Nystrand, $5; R. J. Ogilvie, $31; Okanagan
Plumbing and Heating Co., $7.35; Pacific Mills,
Ltd., $3.40; Pacific Sheet Metal AVorks Ltd.,
$78; J. Parker, $12; H. G. Parson, Ltd., $1.50;
R. W. Patten, $6.10; C. A. Phair, $4.10;
Phoenix Bazaar, $23.65; Pouce Coupe Trading Co.,
$6.20; Prince George Citizen, $2.64; Quong AVing,
$1.20; A. G. Rebagliati, $3; R. Reeves, $1.50;
Reliable Transfer Co., $8; Revillon Freres Trading-
Co., $5; W. H. Romberg, $24.70; E. B. Richardson
& Co., $4.20'; R. P. Rithet & Co.. Ltd., $6.75; D. R.
Rolston, Ltd., $4.60; F. Roo, $3.00; Ross Saskatoon
Lumber Co., Ltd., $1; H. Ross, $2.50; Ruddy &
JlacKav. $23.50; P. Santini, $1.90; R. S. Sargent,
$5.40; F. J. Seager, $14.80; J. Seale, $35.25;,J. F,
Seward, $4; A. Sheret, $3.50; J. AA'. Sheil, $2.75;
J.  Silcox, $3.50;  Silversides Bros., $10.30;   S. JI.
Carried forward
$188,177 77$ 14,263 41 $   356,257 16
 0 40 Expenditures, 1st April, 1918, to 31st March, 1919.
Vote. SERVICE. Expended.
DEPARTJIENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL—Continued.
31. Provincial Police—Continued.
Police Divisions—Continued.
Brought forward  $188,177 77 $ 14,263 41 $   356,257 16
Expenses—Continued.
Jlaintena'nce and Repairs of Buildings, Grounds, etc
—Concluded.
Simpson, $1.50;  A.  Smith, $6;  Soo Dip, $27;  J.
Sorensen, $10; S. A. Speers, $4.50; AV. Starr, $3;
Stephenson & Crum, $3S; G. A. Stevens, $33.50;
Stewart Sheet Metal AVorks. $3.35; C. H. Tarbell
& Son, $5.50; Third Av. Garage, Prince Rupert, $43;
Trites & AVoods Co., $25; Up-to-Date Drug Stores,
$1; AV. A. E. Wall (McBride Trading Co.), $12.02;
W. AValsh, $5; C. A. Warren, 35c; G. B. AVilliams,
$51.60;   J.   Williamson,   $11;   T.   AVilson,  $2;   J.
Wirth,   $2.75;   J.  T.   Wood,   $3.80;   Woodland   &
Quinn, $2.50; C. Wylie, $120; A. J. Wylds, $25;
AV. Young, $10; pay-lists, $78.25        3,207 35
Fuel, Light, Water, etc.:
Abbotsford  Timber  & Trading  Co.,  $24;  ABC
Pack. Co., Ltd., $22.50; J. F. Abray, $3; T. Abriel,
$95.50; Adams Riverl.br. Co.. $73.80; Angell Hdwe.
Store,  $1.85;  P. Angrignon, $74;  C.  I. Archibald,
$10; Ashcroft Water, Electric & Improvement Co.,
$105.70; Averill Bros., $22.50; H. J. Baker, $9.25;
A. R. Bittancourt, $36; E. J.-Bond, $6.65; R. P.
Bradlev, $27.50; J. Bridden, $6; Britannia Stores,
$64;  B.C.  Electric  Rly.  Co.,  Ltd.,  $188.60;   B.C.
Packers    Association,    $55;    J.    Briton,    $42.50;
Broughton & McNeil, $9.15; F. G. Brown, $12.05;
Buckerfield & Co., $110.76; J. B. Cadenhead. $4.10;
E. Cahoon, $56.25; C.P.R. Co.. $81.55; A. K. Cape,
50c;   Cariboo   Trading   Co.,   $29;   C,   L.   Carless,
$48.75;   P.   Carr,   $7;   R.   Carson.   $60;   AV.   H.
Cawley, $7.45 ; Chew Sing. $5 ; A. Chisholm. $2.40;
A. C. Christensen, $2.25; City of Courtenay, $21.41;
City of Enderby, $12.15; City of Kelowna, $35.31;
City of New AVestminster,  $28.24;  Corporation of
Penticton, $25.52; City of Prince George, $82.42;
J.  Clement, $6;  Coast  Steamship Co.,  Ltd., $44;
C.  W.  B.  Cochrane,  $1.90;  T.  AA'.  Coleman  Co.,
$2.25;  Columbia River Lumber Co., $39.65;  E. D.
Comley,    $24.80;    T.    Conn,   $6.80;    Co-operative
Society,  Natal,  $2.50;   Corbin   Coal  &  Coke  Co.,
$58.31;   Corporation   of  the  District  of   Saanich,
$17.41;   H.   V.   Cottrell,   $3;   W.   Crawford,   $12;
Creston Farmers'  Institute, $34.25;  Creston Jler-
cantile    Co.,    $3.50;    Crowsnest   Pass   Coal   Co.,
$305.90;    Cumberland   Electric   Light   Co.,   Ltd.,
$14.80;   Cumberland   and  Union   Waterworks  Co.,
Ltd.,  $15;  R.  Cunningham  &  Son,  Ltd.,  $46.35;
T. E. Cutler, $78.50; T. Dames, $13; Denver Light
and   Power   Co.,    Ltd.,    $73.50;    Denver   AA'ater-
works Co., $36; F. Desharme, $13; F. A. Dewar,
$12; J. DeAA'etter, $40; JI. C. Donaldson. $40.80;
J.  Draper.  $15;  S. A. Eby, $3.50;  JI.  Edmonds,
$15; G. Edwards, $18: Elko AVater. Light & Power
Co., $28.50; W. L. Farries, $60; Field Trading Co.,
$77.95; G. Fisher, $18; J. AV. Fleet. $8; Fleming-
Coal Co., Ltd., $14; Dr. Fort, $70.15; Fort Steele
Trading Co., Ltd., $21.50; Fort Steele AA'aterworks
Co., Ltd., $72; J. A. Fraser Co., $12.75; R. Fraser,
Carried forward    $191,385 12 $ 14,263 41 $   356.257 16
 10 Geo. 5       Expenditures, 1st April, 1918, to 31st March, 1919. C 41
V°otef SERVICE. Expended.
DEPARTJIENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL—Continucd.
31. Provincial Police—Continued.
Police Divisions—Continued.
Brought forward  $191,3S5 12 $ 14,263 41 $   356,257 16
Expenses—Continued.
Fuel, Light, AVater, etc.—Continued.
$4.75; A. A. Gibbens, $42; R. Gibson, $4.90; Goat
Jlountain AA'aterworks Co.. Ltd., $21; Goodman
Supply Co., $2.50; G. Goodrich, $30; J. Goodwill,
$52.50; Granby C.JI.S. & P. Co., $227.50; A. F.
Green, $175; R. Grey, $2; G. O. Guise, $20; A.
Gustafson, $100.50; A. AV. Hambrook, $21; E.
Hann, $19.95; H. Hanson, $10.50; C. Harrison,
$8.15; T. F. Haskins, $3.75; AV. Hang, $21.17;
C. Hendrick, $12; T. Herlihy, $55; R. Hirtz, $4.50;
AV. A. Holland, $16; Hope Trading Co., $14.15;
Hudson's Bay Co., $53.60; C. Huey, $4.50; Hurley
& Sentini, $5; Ingham Bros., $42.50; D. J. Innis,
$23.75; Dan John, $19.50; Jumbo (Indian), $6;
R. V. Jupp, $17.15; P. Kelly, $8; AV. Kennedy,
$13.50; Keremeos Hardware Co., $2.25; J. B.
Kershaw, $10.60; J. Lake & Co., $8.25; T. Lamont,
$18; R. Lamont, $31.39; H. L. Latremouille,
$13.50; II. L. Leedle, $39; C. F. LeRoy, $9; C.
Lindow, $4.40; J. P. Lewis, $3.15; W. H. Lines.
$5; H. London, $25; F. Lonsdale, $19; J. Louis,
$4; Lowrie Lumber Co., $30; Lytton AVater Supply
Co., $3 ; R. JlacKenzie & Co., $20.1.0 ; C. H. Martin,
$2; J. Jlartin (estate), $3.75; T. G. JIason, $2.50;
A. Jlaxwell, $8.50; J. Mayers, $126.25; Jlichel
AVater, Light & Power Co., Ltd., $18; E. Jiills,
$4.40; Jlission Water, Light & Power Co., Ltd..
$36; Jlodel Grocery, $1.80; Monte Creek Trading-
Co., $8.10; N. P. Jloran, 90c; Jlouat Bros. Co.,
Ltd., $22.65; Jloyie Water Co.. $30; A. Munro,
$36; JlcBride Trading Co., $5.95; H. JicCallum,
$18; F. JlcCormack, $1.65; H. S. JlcCreath,
$51.87; P. D. JIcDonald, $1; F. G. JIcDonald,
$1,80; D. A. JIcDonald, $7.50; G. E. JicFall, $77;
A. G. JIcFarlane, $11; S. A. JIcFarlane, $15;
Jiclntosh & Bailev, $11.25; AV. McKay, $40;
H. JlcLaren, 50c.; H. A. JicLean, $20; J. G. JIc-
Jlvnn, $31.50; D. JIcNaughton, $48; JI. C. JIc-
Phail, $3.50; R. JIcQuillan, $66.50; Nakusp
Trading Co., $20.20; Natal Co-Op Society, $2.50;
E. B. Nault, $11.25; Nechaco Trading Co., $3.90;
Nicklin-Disney Co., $54; Northern Lumber and
Jlercantile Co., Ltd., $1.30; R. J. Ogilvie, $12;
Okanagan Saw Jiills, Ltd.. $43.93; O. Olson. $45 ;
Pacific Jiills Co., $80; E. R. Paine, $1.50; Parkin
& Ward Elec Co., $1.80; J. AV. Paterson. $4.50; J.
Pearson, $6 ; A. H. Perkins, $15 ; H. H. Peters, $35 ;
Phoenix Elec. Lighting Co., $20.90; Port Essington
AVater Co., $12; Pouce Coupe Trading Co., $10.50;
Powell River Co., Ltd.. $33.70; Princeton Coal &
Land Co., $24; Provincial Police, $100; Quathiaski
Canning Co., $12.75; A. E. Raab, $63.25; A. G.
Rebagliati, $6;  Revellon Freres Trading Co., $5;
E. B. Richardson & Co., $75.75; B. Robinson, $65;
F. Roo, $15.75; R. Ross, $4.50; Ross Saskatoon
Lumber Co.. Ltd., $30; Saanich AA'aterworks Dept.,
$14.50; R. S. Sargent, $36.65; F. Seager, $29.15;
F. Seward, $65; J. Shrewbridge, $16.50; Sicamous
Carried forward    $191,385 12 $ 14,263 41 $   356,257 16
 G 42 Expenditures, 1st April, 1918, to 31st March, 1919.
Vote. SERVICE. Expended.
DEPARTJIENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL—Continued.
31. Provincial Police—Continued.
Police Divisions—Continued.
Brought forward  $191,385 12 $ 14,263 41 $   356,257 16
Expenses—Continued.
Fuel, Light, Water, etc.—Concluded.
Hotel (C.P.R.), $34.65; Sidney Coal & Wood Co.,
$18; Silverton AVater & Light Co., $3; C. V. Smith,
$10; E. B. Smith, $23.30; R. A. Smith, $75.85; D.
Starr, $3.50; Stewart Sheet Jietal Works, 80c;
A. Stookie, $66; S. A. Speers, $1; T. Takahashi,
$10; J. Taylor, $16; C. Thomas, $4S; J. P.
Thomas, $90; I. Thompson, $40; J. W. Thompson,
$8.25; J. Tibou, $10; Trites & Woods Co., $21.70;
L. F. Tyson, $18; Union S.S. Co., $108.20; H.
Vickers, $3.60; AV. A. E. AVall, $51.46; W. Walsh,
$112.50; F. AVeaver, $102.50; Western Power Co.
of Canada, $18.75; E. Wheeler, $17.50; J. Wick-
man,   $12;   T.   AVilson,   $8.30;   AV.   AVood,   $69;
C. S. Wood, $2.40; Workmen's Co-op, Natal, $2.25       7,073 50
Provisions:
G. H. Adam, $2; A. Anderson, 50c; A. AA'.
Atkins, $1.10; P. Badman, $16.S0; T. E. Barry,
$4.20; G. Bell, $S.50; AV. Bews, $1.30; K. F.
Birchall, $48; J. Bourne, $1.40; R. W. Bowen,
$38.85; A. JI. Brown, $2.45; P. Bums & Co., Ltd.,
$182.57; Canadian Police Jlilitary Corps, $1.50;
L. D. Chafe, $5.40; Cariboo Trading Co., Ltd.,
$2.51; P. Carr, $13.50; G. . A. Carter, $34.95;
Dr. R. Chalmers, $5; Children's Aid Society, $8;
City of Cranbrook, $51.10; Corporation of City
of Fernie, $111.75; Corporation of City of Prince
Rupert, $252.50; City of Revelstoke, $26.50; Coldstream Hotel, $43.30; F. Cruickshank, $6; A. P.
Cummins, $4.75; R. Cunningham & Son. Ltd.,
$7.25; D. G. Dick, $6.50; W. H. Docksteader,
$1.40; A. Dryden, $21.05; T. E. Elliott, $14; F. N.
Emmott, $14; C. F. Evans, $15.75; A. E. Farey,
$2.25; T. JI. Forknall, $3; Fort George Drug Co.,
$10.85; J. E. Gilbert, 80c; Grant Bros., $1.40;
T. H. Grant, $2.10; W. Greenwood, $2.25; O. T.
Hance, $61; J. Hannay, $1.50; A. Hardman. $2.10;
H. V. Harris, $16.80 ; P. Higgins, Ji.D., $12.50; B.A.
Hopkins, JI.D., $5; C. Hughes. $1.40; H. Hughes,
$7; J. JI. Hurley, $10.80; E. Jupp, $6.60; P. T.
Kelly, $31.50; City Park Restaurant, $15.60;
Kelvin Cafe, . $6.30; AV. Kier, $4.75; Leonard's
Cafe, $82.80; A. H. JI. Lord, $4.50; E. Lynn,
$8; E. J. Lyon, $3; R. Jiatthews, $20.25; R. F.
Jiills, $4;  A. J. Jloffatt, $21.75;  J. Jlunro, $36;
D. A. JIcDonald, $3.65; H. JIcLaren. $1.25; F. L.
JIcLennan, $15; Z. S. JlcJiillan, $24; JI. C. JIc-
Phail, $20.10; C. Num, $26.25; Ocean Falls General
Hospital, $13.50; E. B. Offin, $25.90; F. F.
O'Halloran, $29.40; Ormes, Ltd., $1.50; Pacific
Hotel, $4; R. AA7. Patten, $7.50; Peace River Drug
Co., $4.55; A. JI. Pearman, 75c; C. Philpott, $16;
F. JI. Rivers, $32.90; T. JI. Roberts, $12.25;
J. Roxborough, $30 ; R. Rushford, $2.80 ; J. Russell,
$1.40; E. A. Sam. $31.85; J. P. Scarlett, $3;
R. S. Sargent, $5.75; S. S. Saunders, $2.10; Sealy
& Doodson, 75c; J. AV. Sheil, $9.25; G. Shipman,
Carried forward    $198,458 62 $ 14,263 41 $   356,257 16
 10 Geo. 5       Expenditures, 1st April, 1918, to 31st March, 1919. C 43
%?ote. SERVICE. Expended.
DEPARTJIENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL— Continued.
31. Provincial Police— Con tinned.
Police Divisions—Concluded.
Brought forward $198,458 62 $ 14,263 41 $   356,257 16
Expenses—Continued.
Provisions—Concluded.
$6.75;   C.   V.   Smith,   $1;   T.   Somerville,   $9.05;
G.  Stanfield,  $28.90;  Dr.  R.  G.   Stephenson,  $3;
A. Strang, $10.50; N. E. Suddaby, $4.50; Summers
&   AVardle,   $25.90;   Sunrise   Restaurant,   $30.10;
C. Tame', $4.20; H. Taylor, $10.25; Thomas Bros.,
$13.85; A. Tresierra, $45.50; E. A. A'achon, $1.50;
J.   AValsh,  $18;   C.  A.  AVarren,   $1.05;   J.  AVest,
$3.15; G. B. Williams, $411.25; H. J. AVilson. 50c.;
E. G. AVolf, $3.75; J. T. Wood, $8.20; H. N. Wood,
$6.30; H. C. Wrinch, JI.D., $5; A. Yates, $12.95;
Yep Num, $2.80          2,333 53
Incidentals and Contingencies:
J. T. Abray,  25c.;  Albion Jlotor  Express,  $5;
J, Arthur,  $5;  AV. Ashton,  $3;  Avenue  Grocery,
$3.65; Beaumont Grocery, $13.75; A. Birnie, $1.25;
A. Bob, $5; C. Bowes, $1.72; Brown Bros. & Co.,
Ltd., $15; J. P. Cade, $3; Canadian Express, $4;
C.P.R. Co., $1.40;  Carr's Garage, 50c;  Chilcotin
Trading   Co.,   $1.50;.   City   Livery   and   Express,
$10.55;  H. T.  Cross,  $4;  Dominion Express Co.,
$29.10;   AV.   F.   Drysdale,   $5;   C.   Edwards,   $3;
E. & N. Rly. Co., $2.50; Fernie Jlotor Car Co., $2;
C. JI. Finch, $52.50; G. Fisher, $14; Fort George
Drug Co., $1.35; J. A. Fraser, 25c ; J. B. Hodgins,
$1.22;  D.  Gash, $8.75;  H. R. Gosse, 20c;  J. C.
Gray,   $1.50;   G.N.   Express   Co.,   $9.60;   J.   H.
Hamilton,    $5;    Hawkins    &    Hayward,    $13.50;
S.   Hayashi,  $1;   L.   G.   Henderson,   40c;   G.   B.
Henderson,  $7;  H. P. Horan, 55c;  F.  Hurndall,
45c;   C.   AA7. . Ingle,   $10;   Irving  &   JIurphy,   $5;
Johnston Bros., $10; G. A. Johnson. 60c ; E. Kraft,
$2;   D.   B.   Lazier,   $10;   G.   Liddle,   10c;   F.   E.
Litle, $5; E. J. Lyon, $3.50; L. Lyons, 25c ; G. H.
JIanchester,  $6;   JIartin  Co.,   Ltd.,  $8.25;   AV.   H.
JIaynard,   55c;    JIavwood   Jieat   Jlarket,   $2.50;
J. Milton, $1;  F. R. Moore, $12;  B. JlcCannell,
90c;   D.  D.  JIcDonald,  $3;   S.  C.  McEwen,  $2;
A.   Nelson,    $1.25;    R.   J.   Ogilvie,   $15;    Pacific
Cartage, Ltd., $1.25; T. AV.  S. Parsons, 45c;  S.
Percival,  $2;  Ruddy & JIacKay, $7 ;  T. AV. Rush,
$2.75; R. Simonson, $2.25; J. Radford, $3; Royal
Taxi Service, $3;  Sampson Hardware Co.,  $1.55;
J. Scales, $11; W. R. Shields, $2.50; C. H. Smith,
25c.; R. G. Stevenson, $2;  St. George's Hospital,
$2.50;  Summerland Supply Co.,  $13.53;  Sun Job
Presses,   $10;   Thompson   Hardware   Co.,   $1.25;
Tasaka. $3;  E. Arant, $1; A'ernon Hardware Co.,
$6.55; Times Pub. Co., $2.50; AVaites & Knapton,
35c.; H. White, $2; E. W. AViddowson, $15; AVille
Bros.,   $27.85;   G.  AVood,  $2.50;   E.  Young,  $22;
pay-list re search for body of Percy Peters, $54.80 540 17
$201,332 32
By cash     53 12
   201.279 20
Carried forward    $215,542 61 $   356,257 16
 0 44
Expenditures, 1st April, 1918, to 31st March, 1919.
No. of
A7ote.
SERVICE.
Expended.
DEPARTJIENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL—Continued.
31. Provincial Police—Concluded.
32.
Brought forward 	
Special Warrant No. 9.
Gratuities to late members of Provincial Police:
J. T.  Black,  $378;   G.  S.  Blue,  $95;  J.  E.  Green, $256;  J.
Hannay, $95; J. JI. Hutchings, $190; J. Simpson, $366;  G. H.
$215,542 61 $   356,257 16
Sproule, $294; T. G. Wynn, $360
Total expenditure, Provincial Police
County Gaols.
Kamloops Gaol.
Salaries ($4,246.98) :
Warden    A.  Noble   ....
Gaolers:
J. J.  Home   ...$576 00    C. JI. Parker.
Guards:
J. Dickinson ...  4S0 00    T. J. Jarvis ..
H. Harris   480 00    	
Jledical Officers:
J. S. Burris  ...    83 33    H. H. Murphy     131 25
 $    1,500 00
486 40       1,062 40
510 00
1,470 00
214 58
Expenses ($2,789.23) :
Office Supplies, etc.:
B.C.  Telephone  Co.,  $24.50;   C.P.R.   Telegraph
Co.,  $1.94;  Dominion  Express  Co.,  $2.40;   King's
Printer, $36.25;  postage, $12.50  	
Furniture and Fixtures:
N. S. Dalgleish 	
Uniforms, Clothing, and Equipment:
T. Corea, $15.75; Dominion Express Co., $1.25;
Oakalla   Prison   Farm,   $90;   Summers   &   Frost,
$45.95	
Maintenance and Repairs of Buildings, Grounds, etc.:
R. C. Blackbourn, $6.65 ; City of Kamioops, $40 ;
N.  S.  Dalgleish,  $108.31;  Johnston &  Co.,  $5.85;
Kamioops Plumb. & Heat. Co., $2.10; JIacBeth &
Jliller, $95; Jlarlatt & JlacKenzie, $46 ; J. Jlilton,
$57.20; AVilson Grocery Co., $159.51	
Fuel. Light, Water, etc.:
City   of   Kamioops,   $294.70;   N.   S.   Dalgleish,
$1.17;  11.  Lund,  $29.90;   Northern  Transfer  Co.,
$945.57; Water Recorder, $4	
Provisions, etc.:
P. Burns & Co., $241.44 ; J. H. Clements. $29.19;
V. D. Curry, $380.98; F. A. Kelly, $6; J. Jlilton.
$19.23; AVilson Grocery Co., $186.38	
Incidentals and Contingencies :
City of Kamioops (sewer rental)  	
$    4,246 98
By cash	
Total expenditure, Kamioops Gaol
77 59
8 00
152 95
520 62
1,275 34
863 22
25 00
$    7.169 70
133 49
2,034 00
217,576 61
7.036 21
33. Nelson Gaol.
Salaries ($7,27l.9S) :
Warden    W.  R.  Jarvis    $    1,560 00
Gaoler J. T. Hardy        1,260 00
Carried forward
$    2,820 00$    7,036 21 $   573,S33 77
 10 Geo. 5        Expenditures, 1st April, 1918, to 31st March, 1919. C 45
^"otef SERVICE. Expended.
DEPARTJIENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL—Continued.
County Gaols—Continued.
33. Nelson Gaol—Concluded.
Brought forward $    2,820 00 $    7,036 21 $   573,833 77
Salaries—Concluded.
Guards:
A. Cherry $   560 00    A. A. Pitchford$l,212 00
C. Ar. Gagnon.  1,200 00    R.  Reid   $1,080 00       4,052 00
Jledieal Officer L. E. Borden .  399 98
$" 7,271 98
Expenses ($2,397.90) :
Office Supplies, etc.:
B.C. Telephone Co., $57.80; C.P.R. Telegraph,
$3.03;    Dominion    Express    Co.,    $3.70;    King's
Printer, $46.65; postage, $21  132 78
Travelling Expenses:
Nelson Transfer Co  4 00
Furniture and Fixtures:
AVood-A?allance Hardware Co  4 25
Uniforms, Clothing, and Equipment:
Hudson's Bay Co., $10.40; Meagher & Co., 90c ;
Nelson Hardware Co., 30c; Oakalla Prison Farm,
$76.80; C. Romano, $4.35   92 75
Maintenance and Repairs of Buildings. Grounds, etc.:
J. T. Bealby, $6.40; B.C. Plumb. & Heating Co.,
$82; AV. Calbeck, $2.25; City of Nelson, $3.87;
H. L. Dawes, $2 ; Forest Jiills of B.C., $4.20 ;' Howe
Electric Co., 75c ; J. A. Irving & Co., 30c ; Nelson
Hardware Co., $29.42; Nelson Transfer Co., $20;
Rutherford   Drug   Co.,   75c;   Ji.   Scal