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 4 Geo. 5
Estimates (1914-15).
E 1
STIMATE OF REVENUE AND RECEIPTS
OP   THE   PROVINCE   OF
BRITISH    COLUMBIA,
FOR   THE
Fiscal Year ending 31st March,  1915.
Heads or Receipt.
Dominion of Canada :—
Annual payment of Interest @ 5 per cent $    29,! 51  061
Do. Subsidy to Government and Legislature     180,000 00
Do. Grant per capita on 392,480     313,984 00
Do. for lands conveyed      100,000 00 I
Do. "B. N. A. Act, 1907"     100,000 00 J
Land Sales    	
Land Revenue	
Survey Fees	
Rents (exclusive of Land)	
Timber Licences    	
Timber Leases	
Timber Royalty	
Timber Sales	
Log-scaling Fees	
Water Revenue, Rentals         	
Water Revenue, Records    	
Real Property Tax	
Personal Property Tax	
Land Taxes—Wild Land, Coal, and Timber Lands	
Income Tax	
Mineral Tax        	
Tax on unworked Crown-granted Mineral Claims    	
Coal and Coke Tax	
Tax Sale Deeds	
Trade and Liquor Licences	
Game Licences    	
Marriage Licences    	
Fishery and Cannery Licences ...	
Licences, Taxes, and Pees under " Fire Insurance Act"	
Fees under '' Joint Stock Companies Act "	
Fees under " Motor-traffic Regulation Act"	
Boiler Inspection and Examination Fees	
Fees under " Moving Pictures Act"	
Free Miners' Certificates    	
Mining Receipts, General	
Fines and Fees of Court	
Probate Fees	
Succession Duty	
Law Stamps	
Registry Fees	
Reimbursements for Keep of Prisoners	
Interest on Investment of Sinking Funds   	
Interest, Miscellaneous	
Revenue Service Refunds	
Printing Office	
Bureau of Mines	
Mental Hospital 	
Provincial Home   	
" Dyking Assessment Act, 1905 " (Interest on fixed capital)	
Sale of Government Property  	
Traffic Tolls, New Westminster Bridge  	
" Chinese Restriction Act " (Act 18S4, Dominion Statutes.)	
Miscellaneous Receipts	
Total	
Amount.
$  723,135 06
1,500,000 00
250,000 00
20,000 00
200 00
1,825,000 00
80,000 00
480,000 00
110,000 00
20,000 00
60,000 00
40.000 00
470,000 00
230,000 00
850,000 00
350,000 00
150,000 00
40,000 00
200,000 00
500 00
80,000 00
100,000 00
30,000 00
31,000 00
60,000 00
100,000 00
90.000 00
30,000 00
27,000 00
80,000 00
110,000 00
60,000 OO
50,000 00
250,000 00
70,000 00
650,000 00
2,000 00
85,000 00
50,000 00
2.000 00
60,000 00
1,500 00
35,000 00
2.000 00
19,080 07
1,500 00
24,000 00
500,000 00
50,000 00
$10,048,915 13 E 2
Estimates (1914-15).
1914
ESTIMATE   OF   EXPENDITURE.
SUMMARY
Estimated Expenditure for the Fiscal Year ending 31st March, 1915.
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B
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C
III.
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V.
P
VI.
G
VII.
H
VIII.
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L
XI.
M
XII.
XIII.
Service.
Public Debt	
Civil Government (Salaries) 	
Administration of Justice (Salaries)  	
Legislation	
Public Institutions (Maintenance)  	
Hospitals and Charities    	
Administration of Justice (other than Salaries)   	
Education   	
Transport 	
Revenue Services	
Public Works—
Works and Buildings $2,319,500 00
Roads, Streets,  Bridges, and Wharves    2,861,000 00
Subsidies to Steamboats, Ferries, and Bridges         96,075 00
Contingencies         40,000 00
Miscellaneous	
Total	
Amount.
$ 541,736 61
1,744,375 99
65,790 00
89,820 00
448,426 00
587,700 00
441,400 00
1,470,696 00
133,000 00
50,000 00
5,316,575 00
2,852,490 00
13,742,009 60 4 (iEO. 5
Estimates (1914-15).
E  3
Estimates of Expenditure
OF   THE   PROVINCE   OF
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
Fiscal Year ending Slst March, 19IS.
I.—PUBLIC   DEBT.
To be Voted per Statement (A)
$541,736.61
No. of
Vote.
Interest 	
Sinking Fund	
Premium and Exchange ..
Discount and Commission
Estimated for
Service ending
31st Mar., 1915.
330,387 53
202,689 08
3,000 00
5,660 00
Total.
$541,736 61
SERVICE.
I.—PUBLIC DEBT.
Details.
Vote No. 1.—Interest.
"Loan Act, 1887."—12 months' Interest, @ 4J percent, on Debentures of
£78,600, payable in London, England, 30th June and 31st December, 1914
= £3,537	
"Loan Acts, 1891, 1893, 1895, 1899 and 1902."—12 months' Interest @ 3 per
cent, on the amount of Inscribed Stock, viz., £2,045,760, payable in
London, England, 30th June and 31st December, 1914=£61,372 16s	
Dyking Debentures :—12 months' interest on $445,000 @ 3J per cent., payable
in Victoria, 1st July, 1914, and 1st January,  1915	
Vote No. 2.—Sinking Fund.
" Loan Act, 1887."—2£ per cent, per annum on £78,600, payable in London,
England, 30th June and 31st December, 1914 = £1,768 10s	
"Loan Acts, 1891, 1893, 1895, 1899 and 1902"—1 per cent, per annum on
Inscribed Stock, £2,045,760, payable in London, England, 30th June
and 31st December, 1914 = £20,457 12s	
Investment of Dividends on above Loans	
Dyking Debentures :—
Investment of Accrued Dividends
Carried forward
To be now
Voted.
$17,154 45
297,658 08
15,575 00
8,577 22
99,219 36
80,000 00
14,892 50
Total.
$330,387 53
202,689 08
$533,076 61 E 4
Estimates (1914-15).
1914
I.—PUBLIC  DEBT.—Concluded.
SERVICE.
Brought forward	
Vote No. 3.—Premium and Exchange.
On Drafts for Interest and Sinking F'und remittances (approximate)	
Vote No. 4.—Discount and Commission.
1 per cent. Commission for payment of Interest on Loan of 1887 (approximate).
\ per cent. Commission to Loan Trustees on sums annually invested (approximate)
Annual Commission for inscribing and paying Interest on Inscribed Stock, £800
Brokerage in London on Sinking Fund Investments (approximate)	
To be now
Voted.
$3,000 00
180 00
1,500 00
3,880 00
100 00
Total.
$533,076 61
3,000 00
5,660 00
$541,736 61 4 Geo. 5
Estimates (1914-15).
E 5
II._CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).
To be Voted per Statement (B) .....
SI,744,375.99
No. of
Vote.
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
B
Lieutenant-Governor's Office	
Premier's Office	
Provincial Secretary's Department ....
Department of Mines	
Department of Finance and Agriculture
Department of Lands	
Department of Public Works	
Department of Railways	
Attorney-General's Department	
Government Agencies	
Estimated for
Service ending
31st Mar., 1914.
$  2,100 00
7,664 00
240,201 99
43,504 00
148,166 00
337,044 00
115,260 00
7,192 00
593.772 00
249,472 00
Total.
,744,375 99
SERVICE.
II.—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).
Vote No. 5.—Lieutenant-Governor's Office.
Private Secretary    12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915,
Vote No. 6.—Premier's Office.
Annual allowance to Premier 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915
Secretary to Premier 12        ,, ,,
Clerk and Stenographer 12        ,, „
Junior Clerk     12        ,, ,,
175 00
$216 66
107 00
65 00
Vote No.
-Provincial Secretary's Department.
Provincial Secretary 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915, @ $500 00
Deputy Provincial Secretary 12
Chief Clerk 12
Clerk   12
Postal Clerk 12
Clerk   12
Do 12
Do 12
Stenographer 12
Messenger 12
280 00
176 00
106 00
117 00
102 00
81 00
50 00
65 00
30 00
Total, $18,084
Provincial Board of Health.
Secretary 12 months to 31st Mar., 1915, @ $350 00
Bacteriologist and Epidemiologist.... 12        ,, ,, 200 00
Laboratory Assistant 12       ,, ,, 100 00
Sanitary Inspector 12        ,, ,, 175 00
Assistant        do      12        „ „ 115 00
Two Assistant Sanitary Inspectors. . .12        ,, ,, each    100 00
Dep. Registrar Births, Deaths, & Mar. 12        ,, ,, 112 00
Clerk 12        „ „ 96 00
Do 12       „ „ 87 00
Junior Clerk 12        „ „ 65 00
Stenographer   12        ,, ,, 65 00
Provincial Museum.
Total, $18,780
Director 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915, @ $182 66
Taxidermist 12
Assistant Taxidermist 12
Stenographer 12
Attendant 12
Janitor 12
Carried foritari
Total, $7,712
131 00
109 00
65 00
75 00
80 00
To be now
Voted.
$ 2,100
3,000
2,600
1,284
780
6,000
3,360
2,112
1,272
1,404
1,224
972
600
780
360
4,200
2,400
1,200
2,100
1,380
2,400
1,344
1,152
1,044
780
780
2,192
1,572
1,308
780
900
960
$44,576
Total.
$2,100 00
7,664 00
i,764 00 E 6
Estimates (1914-15).
1914
II.—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Continued.
-
SERVICE.
To be now
Voted.
Total.
$44,576
$9,764 00
Vote No. 7.—Provincial Secretary's Department.—
Continued.
Provinical Home, Kamloops.
 12 months, to 31st Mar.,
1915, @ $90 00
1,080
 12
60 00
720
12
70 00
840
 12        „
65 (X)
780
Do	
 12        „
60 00
720
Cook	
 12        „
70 00
810
 12       „
75 00
900
 12       „
65 00
780
 12        „
60 00
720
Total, $7,380
Printing Office.
King's Printer & Cont'r of Stationery. 12 months, to 31 st March
1915, @$218 33
2,620
Chief Clerk	
 12       „
160 00
1,920
Clerk	
 12
128 00
1,536
Do	
 12
100 00
1,200
Do	
 12        „
85 00
1,020
Proof-reader	
.........12
130 00
1,560
 12
116 00
1,392
 12        „
68 00
816
Store-keeper 	
 12        „
122 00
1,464
Mail Clerk	
 12       „
107 00
1,284
Packer	
 12        „
80 00
960
155 00
1,860
Chief Linotype Operator '..
 12        „
132 50
1,590
Four Linotype Operators..
 12        „
each
122 50
5,880
 12
135 00
1,620
...    12
,
each
122 50
122 50
1,470
2,940
 12
 12
,,
120 50
2,892
 12        „
,,
115 50
6,930
 12
90 00
1,080
Do	
 12
50 00
600
 12
155 00
1,860
 12        „
each
118 00
2,832
I'our       do	
 12
,,
112 50
5,400
 12        „
85 00
1,020
Folder and Stitcher	
 12
55 00
660
Two Folders and Stitchers
 12        „
each
50 00
1,200
Total, $55,606
Book-binding Branch.
1915,® $155 00
1,860
Finisher	
 12
110 00
1,320
 12
107 00
1,284
Eight Forwarders	
 12
each
100 00
9,600
 12
100 00
1,200
 12
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85 00
1,020
Do	
 12
70 00
840
 12
75 00
900
Assistant Forewoman	
 12
65 00
780
Five Folders and Sewers ..
 12
each
50 00
3,000
Three            Do.
 12
45 00
1,620
Two             Do.
    12
40 00
960
Tots
1, $24,384
Carried forwar
a	
$131,946
$9,764 00 4 Geo. 5
Estimates (1914-15).
E 7
II.—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Continued.
SERVICE.
To be now
Voted.
Total.
$131,946
$9,764 00
Vote No. 7.—Provincial Secretary's Department.—
Continued.    •'•■■■
Mental Hospitals.
New Westminster.
1st Assistant Medical Superintendent. 12 months, to31st U
arch
,1915,® $200 00
2,400
2nd          do.                        do.                 .12        ,,
125 00
1,500
110 00
1,320
90 00
1,080
80 00
960
Total, $7,260
Essondale.
Medical Superintendent ,    12 months, to Slst Mar.,
1915,@ $250 00
3,000
Assistant Medical Superintendent.... 12        ,,
150 00
1,800
169 00
2,028
Assistant Bursar 12        ,,
.
100 00
1,200
Clerk 12
80 00
960
Total, $8,988
Education Department.
Education Office.
1915, @ $318 33
3,820
Assistant   to   the  Superintendent   of
Education   and   Supervisor   of
260 00
3,120
Chief Clerk 12
194 33
2,332
,,
125 00
1,500
Clerk 12
96 00
1,152
60 00
720   .
75 00
900
Do 12
65 00
780
Do 12
60 00
720
Do 12
60 00
720
Free Text-booh Branch.
Officer in Charge   12 months, to 31st March
1915, @ $230 00
2,760
102 00
1,224
,,
65 00
780
Inspection of Schools.
1915, @ $225 00
2,700
Inspector of Schools 12        ,,
,,
221 66
2,660
each 216 66
5,200
,,
211 66
2,540
Do.                  12
203 33
each 195 00
2,440
7,020
Three Inspectors of Schools 12       ,,
Five                  do.                   12       ,,
,,     185 00
11,100
Inspec'r of Manual Training Schools. .12        ,,
,,
206 66
2,480
Botanical Office,   Vancouver.
Botanist 12 months, to 31st Mar.,
1915, @ $160 00
1,920
Assistant Botanist 12        ,,
,,
100 00
1,200
,,
65 00
780
$208,762
$9,764 00 E 8
Estimates (1914-15).
1914
IL—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Continued.
SERVICE.
Brought forward	
Vote No. 7.—Provincial Secretary's Department. — Concluded.
. Education Department. —Concluded.
Provincial Normal School,   Vancouver.
Principal 12 months, to Slst March, 1915, @ $250 00
Assistant Master 12       ,, ,, 243 33
Do.  12
Do.  12
Drawing Master 12
Assistant Mistress    12
Music Mistress 12
Engineer and Janitor 12
Assistant Janitor 12
233 33
220 00
203 33
145 00
115 00
70 00
70 00
Provincial Normal School,   Victoria.
Principal  8 months, to 31st March, 1915, @ $250 00
Assistant Master  8 ,, „ 233 33
Do.               8 ,, ,, 185 00
Drawing Master & Technical Instruc'r. 8 ,, ,, 206 66
Domestic Science Mistress....     8 ,, ,, 130 00
Music Mistress  8 ,, ,, 115 00
Principal, Model School  8 ,, ,, 175 00
Teacher,            do.             8 ,, ,, 100 00
Engineer  8 „ „ 75 00
Janitor ..8 ,, ,, 70 00
Assistant Janitor  8 ,, ,, 65 00
Vote No. 8.-
Total, $92,007
-Department of Mines.
99
Minister of Mines 12 months, to Slst Mar., 1915, @ $500 00
Deputy Minister of Mines 12 ,, ,, 285 00
Mineralogist and Provincial Assayer.. 12 ,, ,, 343 33
Assistant Assayer and Public Analyst. 12 ,, ,, 160 66
Assistant Mineralogist 12 ,, ,, 158 33
Chief Clerk. 12 ,, „ 190 00
Clerk 12 ,, ,, 122 00
Do   12 ,,         . ,, 86 00
Junior Clerk 12 „ ,, 50 00
Caretaker and Janitor  12 „ ,, 95 00
Chief Inspector of Metalliferous and
Coal-mines    12 „ ,, 355 00
Inspector of Metalliferous  and Coalmines 12 „ „ 210 00
Three Inspectors             do.                    12 ,, ,, each 195 00
Inspector                           do.                    12 ,, ,, 175 00
Do.                                do.                    12 ,, ,, 160 00
Do.                              do.                   12 ,, ,, 150 00
Vote No. 9.—Department of Finance and Agriculture.
Treasury.
Minister of Finance and Agriculture.. 12 months, to 31st Mar.
Deputy Minister of Finance 12
Inspector of Trust Companies 12
Stenographer to        do.  12
Chief Clerk 12
Clerk 12
Do 12
Carried forward
1915,@ $500 00
297 50
220 00
65 00
175 00
200 00
147 00
To be now
Voted.
$208,762
3,000
2,920
2,800
2,640
2,440
1,740
1,380
840
840
2,000
1,866 66
1,480
1,653 33
1,040
920
1,400
800
600
560
520
$6,000
3,420
4,120
1,928
1,900
2,280
1,464
1,032
600
1,140
4,260
2,520
7,020
2,100
1,920
1,800
6,000
3,570
2,640
780
2,100
2,400
1,764
19,254 00
Total.
9,764 00
$240,201 99
$43,504 00
$293,469 99 4 Geo. 5
Estimates (1914-15).
E 9
II._CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Continued.
SERVICE.
Brought fonoard	
Vote No. 9.—Department of Finance and Agriculture.
Treasury.—Concluded.
- Continued.
Clerk 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915, @ $107 00
Four Clerks 12        ,, ,, each    96 00
Clerk ..12        ,, ,, 86 00
Stenographer  12        ,, ,, 60 00
Do 12       „ ,, 55 00
Total, $27,558
Department of Insurance.
Superintendent of Insurance { g} ^^ 3,siMa'r'.,' 1915, @ ^395 84
60 00
Total, $5,418
Stenographer 12
Auditor-General's Office.
Auditor-General 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915
Chief Clerk    12
Clerk 12
Do 12
Do 12
Do   12
Do 12
Do 12
Do 12
Junior Clerk 12
Stenographer 12
Travelling Auditor 12
Do.  12
$312 50
170 00
173 33
128 00
127 00
117 00
102 00
96 00
90 00
30 00
60 00
210 00
135 00
Total, $21,010
Surveyor of Taxes and Inspector of Revenue.
Surveyor and Inspector 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915, @ $270 00
Clerk 12        „ ,, 101 00
Assessor, Vancouver Island 12        ,, ,, 187 66
Do. Kootenay 12        ,, ,, 18166
Total, $8,884
Assessor's Office, Victoria.
Assessor 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915, @ $180 66
Clerk 12        „ „ 122 00
Do 12        „ „  , 81 00
Do 12        ,, ,, 80 00
Junior Clerk 12        „ ,, 35 00
Total, $5,984
Bureau of Information.
Secretary to Bureau 12 months, to 31so Mar., 1915, @ $200 00
Clerk 12       „ „ 121 00
Do 12       „ „ 96 00
Stenographer      12        „ ,, 65 00
Junior Clerk 12        „ ,, 45 00
Total, $6,324     ..
Agricultural Branch.
Deputy Minister of Agriculture 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915, ® $260 00
Statistician and Secretary 12        ,, ,, 150 33
Assistant Statistician      .... 12        ,, ,, 127 00
Live-stock Commissioner 12        ,, ,, 188 33
Assistant Live-stock Commissioner. . .12        ,, ,, 125 00
Carried forward	
To be now
Voted.
$19,254
1,284
4,608
1,032
720
660
937 50
3,760 50
720
3,750
2,040
2,080
1,536
1,524
1,404
1,224
1,152
1,080
360
720
2,520
1,620
3,240
1,212
2,252
2,180
2,168
1,464
972
960
420
2,400
1,452
1,152
780
540
3,120
1,804
1,524
2,260
1,500
$85,386
Total.
$293,469 99
293,469 99 E 10
Estimates (1914-15).
1914
IL—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Continued.
SERVICE.
Brought forward.
Vote No. 9.—Department of Finance and Agriculture.—Concluded.
Agricultural Branch.—Concluded.
Provincial Horticulturist 12 months,
Five Assistant Horticulturists 12 ,,
Assistant Horticulturist 12 ,,
Do.  12
Vegetable Expert  12 ,,
Instructor in Poultry-raising 12 ,,
Assistant Instructor in Poultry-raising 12 ,,
Inspector of Fruit Pests 12 ,,
Assistant Inspector of Fruit Pests.... 12 ,,
Do. do 12
Three     Do. do 12
Exhibition Commissioner 12 ,,
Market Commissioner 12 ,,
Cold Storage &pre-couling Investigator 12 ,,
Veterinary Inspector 12 ,,
Three Assistant Veterinary Inspectors. 12 ,,
Dairy Instructor and Inspector 12 ,,
Assistant    do. do.  12 ,,
Plant Pathologist 12 ,,
Agriculturist 12 ,,
Seed and Crop Instructor 12 ,,
Clerk     12
Do 12
Two Clerks ...... 12
Two    do 12
Clerk and Typist 12
Junior Clerk 12
Do.  12
Clerk and Typist, Vancouver 12 ,,
Stenographer 12 ,,
Two Stenographers 12 ,,
General Assistant 12 ,,
to 31st Mar., 1915, @ $188
each J36
133
125
125
143
118
210
151
132
each 100
175
136
128
153
each 148
143
128
180
133
128
133
106
96
90
65
30
92
63
60
100
each
each
Total, $72,988
To be now
Voted.
Vote No. 10.—Department of Lands.
Lands Branch.
Minister of Lands 12 months, to 31st M
Clerk to    do.  12       ,,
Deputy Minister of Lands 12        ,,
Secretary to Department 12       ,,
Statistician 12        ,,
Supervisor of Inspection Branch 12        ,,
Inspector of Pre-emptions 12        ,,
Book-keeper 12       „
Clerk 12
Do 12
Do 12
Do 12
Do 12
Do 12
Do 12
Do 12
Do.      12
Do 12
Carried forward
ir., 1915, @ $500 00
147 00
298 33
165 00
183 33
245 00
123 66
136 00
160 33
158 33
135 00
134 00
128 00
112 00
106 00
105 00
102 00
96 00
$85,386
2,260
8,200
1,600
1,500
1,500
1,720
1,420
2,520
1,820
1,592
3,600
2,100
1,640
1,540
1,840
5,340
1,720
1,540
2,160
1,600
1,540
1,596
1,272
2,304
2,160
1,032
780
360
1,104
780
1,440
1,200
6,000
1,764
3,580
1,980
2,200
2.940
1,484
1,632
1,924
1,900
1,620
1,608
1,536
1,344
1,272
1,260
1,224
1,152
$36,420
Total.
$293,469 99
148,166 00
$441,635 99 4 Geo. 5
Estimates (1914-15).
E 11
IL—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Continued.
SERVICE.
Brought forward	
Vote No.  10.—Department of Lands.—Continued.
Lands Branch.—Concluded.
Clerk 12 mor
Do 12
Do 12
Do   12
Three Junior Clerks 12
Junior Clerk 12
Two Stenographers 12
Forest Branch.
Staff.
Chief Forester 12 months,
Two Assistant Foresters 12        ,,
Assistant Forester 12       „
Do.    12
Two Acting Assistant Foresters 12        ,,
District Forester 12        ,,
Do.  12
Do.  12
Two District Foresters 12        ,,
District Forester 12        ,,
Do.  12
Three District Foresters 12        ,,
Deputy District Forester 12       ,,
Four Forest Assistants and Cruisers. .12        ,,
Four do. do. ..12       ,,
Two do. do. ..12
Six do. do. ..12
Assistant Cruiser 12        ,,
Two Assistant Cruisers 12        ,,
Assistant Cruiser 12        ,,
Supervisor of Scalers 12        ,,
Assistant Supervisor of Scalers   12        ,,
Ten  Scalers 12        ,,
Two    do 12
Scaler 12
Five Scalers 12        „
Check Scaler 12
Do 12
Clerk 12
Do 12
Do 12
Do 12
Do 12
Four Clerks 12        ,,
Two    do 12
Five    do 12
Clerk 12
Fourteen Clerks 12       ,,
Clerk 12
Do 12
Draughtsman     12        ,,
Two Draughtsmen 12        ,,
Two Stenographers 12        ,,
Two do.  12       ,,
Five do 12
Inspector 12        ,,
Six Rangers 12        ,,
Ranger 12       ,,
Thirty-two Rangers 12        ,,
ths, to 31st Mar.,
To be now
Voted.
1915, @ | 90 00
' 86 00
80 00
75 00
65 00
50 00!
60 00
each
each
Total $44,77:
Carried forward
to 31st Mar., 1915, @ $285 00
,, each 266 66
226 66
225 00
each 158 33
210 00
175 00
158 33
each 150 00
141 66
133 33
each 125 00
125 00
,, each 133 33
,,      125 00
,,     116 66
,,     108 33
108 33
„ each    96 00
90 00
166 66
148 33
each 132 00
,,     117 00
107 00
each 100 00
125 00
100 00
191 33
182 66
161 33
140 00
121 00
each 102 00
,,      101  00
96 00
95 00
each   90 00
75 00
40 00
116 00
each 100 00
75 00
65 00
60 00
110 33
,, each 116 66
114 00
each 108 33
Total $202,636
$36,420
1,080
1,032
960
900
2,340
600
1,440
3,420
6,400
2,720
2,700
3,800
2,520
2,100
1.900
3,600
1,700
1,600
4,500
1,500
6,400
6,000
2,800
7,800
1,300
2,304
1,080
2,000
1,780
15,840
2,808
1,284
6,000
1,500
1,200
2,296
2,192
1,936
1,680
1,452
4.896
2,424
5,760
1,140
15,120
900
480
1,392
2,400
1,800
1,560
3,600
1,684
8,400
1,368
41,600
Total.
$441,635 99
$247,408       $441,635 99 E 12
Estimates (1914-15).
1914
IL—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES.)—Continued.
SERVICE.
Brought forward.
Vote No. 10.—Department of Lands.—Concluded.
Surveyor-General's Branch.
General Staff.
Surveyor-General 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915,
Chief Draughtsman 12 ,, ,,
Draughtsman 12 ,, ,,
Do.  12
Do.  12
Do.  12
Six Draughtsmen 12 ,, ,,
Draughtsman 12 ,, ,,
Three Draughtsmen 12 ,, ,,
Three        do.     12 ,,
Three        do. 12
Draughtsman     12 ,, ,,
Two Draughtsmen 12 ,, ,,
Two        do.  12 ,, „
Accountant 12 ,, ,,
Clerk 12
Two Clerks 12 ,, ,,
Clerk   12
Do 12
Do 12
Junior Clerk 12 ,, ,,
Do 12
Do 12 „
Stenographer       12 ,, ,,
66
260 00
183 S3
164 66
156 33
141 00
each 131 00
126 00
each 121 00
,,     111 00
,,     101 00
96 00
86 00
65 00
130 00
111 00
each 106 00
96 00
86 00
75 00
75 00
65 00
60 00
60 00
each
Mapping Staff.
Chief Geographer 12 moi
Draughtsman 12
Do.  12
Do 12
Do.  12
Do.    12
Two Draughtsmen 12
Draughtsman 12
ths, to 31st Mar., 1915, @ $210 00
139 33
137
131 00
129 33
106 00
each 101 00
81 00
Total $68,248
Water Rights Branch.
Clerk .'.12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915, @ $161 33
Do 12
Do 12
Five Clerks 12
Two    do 12
Clerk    12
Three Clerks 12
Junior Clerk 12
Do 12
Do 12
Stenographer 12
Three Stenographers 12
Messenger 12
Carried forward
122 00
107 00
each 102 00
96 00
85 00
each 75 00
65 00
40 00
35 00
65 00
50 00
25 00
each
Total $21,388
To be now
voted.
$247,408
4,400
3,120
2,200
1,976
1.876
1,692
9,432
1,512
4,356
3,996
3,636
1,152
2,064
1,560
1,560
1,332
2,544
1,152
1,032
900
900
780
720
720
2,520
1,672
1,652
1,572
1,552
1,272
2,424
972
1,936
1,464
1,284
6,120
2,304
1,020
2,700
780
480
420
780
1.800
300
Total.
$441,635 99
337,044 00
778,679 99 4 Geo. 5
Estimates (1914-15).
E 13
IL—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Continued.
SERVICE.
To be now
Voted.
Total.
$778,679 99
Vote No. 11.—Department of Public Works.
Minister of Public Works 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915, @ $500 00
$6,000
Clerk to Minister 12        „                        „                      100 00
1,200
Deputy Minister of Public Works and
Public Works Engineer 12        ,
280 00
3,360
Assistant Public Works Engineer .... 12        ,
,                        ,,                      220 00
2,640
Three Assistant Engineers 12        ,
each 210 00
7,560
Two                  do.                  12
,,     200 00
4,800
210 00
2,520
191 66
2,300
Do    ...12
,                       ,,                     163 66
1,964
Do 12
148 33
1,780
Do 12
,                        „                      143 33
1,720
Chief Clerk 12
147 00
1,764
,                      ,,                    210 00
2,520
134 00
1,608
Clerk 12
123 00
1,476
Two Clerks 12
,                        ,,            each 107 00
2,568
Three do 12
„      96 00
3,456
Clerk 13
90 00
1,080
,                        „                        65 00
780
Do 12
55 00
660
Do 12
35 00
420
75 00
900
,                        ,,            each    65 00
1,560
55 00
1,320
Total, $55,956
Steam-boiler Inspection.
Chief Inspector 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915, @ $240 00
2,880
70 00
840
Three Stenographers 12        ,
,                        „            each    60 00
2,160
195 00
2,340
,                        ,,            each 190 00
4,560
185 00
2,220
,                        ,,            each 180 00
4,320
Two        do 12
„    175 00
4,2(J0
Two        do 12
„    170 00
4,080
Three      do 12
„     155 00
5,580
145 00
1,740
Total, $34,920
Parliament Buildings Attendants.
Chief Janitor and Messenger 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915, @$130 00
1,560
each    85 00
5,100
Three    do 12
,,      80 00
2,880
Two       do.              12        ,
„      75 00
„      65 00
1,800
6,240
Eight    do 12
125 00
1,500
80 00
960
115 00
1,380
77 00
924
80 00
960
Usher 12
90 00
1,080
Total, $24,384
	
115,260 00
Vote No. 12.—Department of Railways.
Chief Engineer    12 mon
ths to 31st Mar., 1915, @ $363 33
111 00
4,360
1,332
Clerk 12
Junior Clerk    12        „                        „                        65 00
780
Stenographer  12       ,,                       ,,                      60 00
720
7,192 00
Carried torwar
$901,131 99 E 14
Estimates (1914-15).
1914
II._CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Continued.
SERVICE.
Brought forward.
Vote No. 13.—Attorney-General's Department.
Attorney-General 12 months, to 31st Mai-., 1915, @ $500 00
Deputy Attorney-General 12        ,, ,, 335 00
Inspector of Legal Offices 12        ,, ,, 303 33
Departmental Solicitor        12        ,, ,, 270 00
Official Guardian 12        ,, ,, 100 00
Stenographer to Official Guardian .... 12        ,, ,, 65 00
Chief Clerk 12        ,, „ 155 00
Three Clerks 12        ,, ,, each 108 00
Two Junior Clerks 12        „ „ ,,       65 00
Junior Clerk 12       „ ,, 55 00
Total, $26,848
Joint-stock Companies' Branch.
Registrar 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915, @ $285 00
Clerk 12        ,, ,, 116 66
Junior Clerk 12   ,, „ 30 00
Stenographer  12   ,, ,, 70 00
Do 12   „ ,, 60 00
Total, $6,740
Land Registry Offices.
Total.
Kamloops.
Registrar 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915,
Chief Clerk 12
Surveyor 12
Two Surveyors 12        ,, „ each
Clerk 12
Do 12
Do 12
Eight Clerks 12
Two Stenographers 12        ,, ,, each
Four do 12
Nelson.
Registrar 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915,
Chief Clerk  12
Surveyor     12
Do 12
Clerk 12
Do 12
Three Clerks 12        ,, ,, each
Stenographer  12
Janitor 12
$260 00
152 00
108 33
100 00
128 00
102 00
96 00
90 00
65 00
60 00
00
125 00
108 33
100 00
112 00
96 00
90 00
70 00
75 00
New  Westminster.
Registrar 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915,
Chief Clerk 12
Two Surveyors 12
Clerk 12
Do 12
Do     12
Three Clerks 12
Seven   do 12
Eight   do 12
Clerk 12
Five Stenographers 12
Janitor 12
Carried forward
each
each
each
$260 00
163 33
108 33
132 00
110 00
107 00
102 00
96 00
90 00
87 00
60 00
65 00
$6,000
4,020
3,640
3,240
1,200
780
1,860
3,888
1,560
660
3,420
1,400
360
840
720
3,120
1,824
1,300
2,400
1,536
1,224
1,152
8,640
1,560
2,880
3,120
1,500
1,300
1,200
1,344
1,152
3,240
840
900
3,120
1,960
2,600
1,584
1,320
1,284
3,672
8,064
8,640
1,044
3,600
780
,131 99
111,488
$901,131 99 4 Geo. 5
Estimates (1914-15).
E 15
II._CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Continued.
SERVICE.
Brought forward	
Vote No. 13.—Attorney-General's Department.—Continued.
Land Registry Offices.—Concluded.
Prince Rupert.
Registrar 12 months
Chief Clerk 12
Two Clerks 12
Stenographer    12        ,, ,,
Vancouver.
Registrar 12 months, to Slst Mar
Chief Clerk 12
Surveyor 12
Do 12
Clerk       12
Two Clerks 12
Clerk 12
Do 12
Four Clerks 12
Clerk 12
Do 12
Two     do 12
Clerk 12
Nine Clerks 12
Clerk 12
Twelve Clerks 12
Clerk    12
Junior Clerk 12
Two Junior Clerks 12
Stenographer   12
Do 12
Do 12
Do 12
Victoria.
Registrar-General 12 months, to 31st Mar.
Chief Clerk 12
Two Surveyors     12
Two      do 12
Clerk 12
Clerk and Book-keeper   12
Clerk 12
Three Clerks 12
Two      do    12
Two      do 12
Clerk 12
Nine Clerks   12
Nine     do 12
Junior Clerk 12
Stenographer  12
Two Stenographers 12
to Slst Mar., 1915, @ $200 00
125 00
,,    each 90 00
80 00
1915, @ $400 00
203 33
108 33
100 00
147 00
each 135 00
129 00
121 00
each 117 00
114 00
112 00
each 107 00
102 00
each 96 00
each
each
91 00
90 00
81 00
80 00
65 00
80 00
70 00
65 00
60 00
1915, ® $260 00
203 33
each 108 33
„ 100 00
158 33
146 00
126 00
each 123 00
,, 121 00
,, 108 00
102 00
96 00
each
each
Total, $196,076
90 00
60 00
70 00
65 00
Carried forioard
To be now
Voted.
Total.
$111,488
$901,131 99
2,400
1,500
2,160
960
4,800
2,440
1,300
1,200
1,764
3,240
1,548
1,452
5,616
1,368
1,344
2,568
1,224
10,368
1,092
12,960
972
960
1,560
960
840
780
720
3,120
2,440
■      2,600
2,400
1,900
1,752
1,512
4,428
2,904
2,592
1,224
10,368
9,720
720
840
1,560
$229,664
$901,131 99 E 16
Estimates (1914-15).
1914
IL—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Continued.
SERVICE.
Brought forward	
Vote No. 13.—Attorney-General's Department.—Continued.
Supreme and County Courts.
Official Stenographers.
Two Stenographers 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915,   each @ $112 00
Nelson.
Registrar, Supreme & County Courts .12 months, to Slst Mar., 1915, @ $176 33
New Westminster.
Registrar, Supreme & County Courts. .12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915, @ $187 33
Clerk 12        ,, „ 118 00
Junior Clerk 12 ,, 80 00
Stenographer 12        ,, ,, 65 00
Janitor and Messenger 12        ,,        • ,, 80 00
Prince Rupert.
Registrar, Supreme & County Courts. .12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915, @ $183 33
Vancouver.
Registrar, Supreme k County Courts. .12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915,
Deputy do. do. .12
Clerk 12
Two Clerks 12
Six        do 12
Clerk 12
Twelve Clerks 12
Two Junior Clerks   12
Stenographer  12
Do 12
Usher 12
Victoria.
Registrar, Supreme Court 12 mor
Registrar, County Court 12
Clerk for Judges 12
Three Clerks 12
Two Clerks 12
Clerk   12
Usher and Janitor 12
Assistant Janitor 12
Two Assistant Janitors 12
Fireman 12
Elevator attendant 12
Nightwatchman 12
ar., 1915, @ $310 00
3,720
178 33
2,140
128 00
1,536
each 102 00
2,448
,,  96 00
6,912
92 00
1,104
each 90 00
12,960
„  80 00
1,920
65 00
780
60 00
720
64 00
768
iths, to 31st Mar., 1915, @ $237 00
2,844
181 66
2,180
117 00
1,404
each 96 00
3,456
,,  90 00
2,160
80 00
960
100 00
1,200
70 00
840
,    each 65 00
1,560
75 00
900
65 00
780
65 00
780
Total, $67,440
Carried forward
To be now
Voted.
$229,664
2,688
2,116
2,248
1,416
960
780
960
2,200
Total.
$901,131 99
$297,104       $901,131 99 4 Geo. 5
Estimates (1914-15).
E 17
IL—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Continued.
SERVICE.
Brought forward	
Vote No.  13.—Attorney-General's Department.—Continued.
Legislative Library.
Librarian 12 months, to Slst Ma
Cataloguer 12
Assistant Cataloguer 12
Do. do 12
Do. do 12
Clerk 12
Do 12
Junior Clerk 12
Do 12
Do 12
Stenographer   12
1915.
Total,
$210 00
127 00
96 00
81 00
65 00
107 00
96 00
60 00
50 00
40 00
55 00
1,844
Fisheries Department.
Assistant to Commissioner of Fisheries. 12 months, to Slst Mar., 1915, @$285 00
Deputy Commissioner of Fisheries.... 12        ,, ,, 26000
Superintendent of Hatchery 12        ,, ,, 133 33
Inspector of Fisheries 12        ,, ,, 118 33
Junior Clerk 12        „ ,, 45 00
Total, $10,100
Electrical Energy Inspection Act.
Inspector 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915, @ $251 66
Assistant Inspector    12        ,, ,, 135 00
Total, $4,640
Factories Act.
Inspector 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915, @ $190 00
Assistant Inspector 12        ,, ,, 135 00
Stenographer   12        ,, ,, 65 00
Total, $4,680
Tramway Inspection Act.
Inspector 12 months, to Slst Mar., 1915, @ $185 00
Moving Pictures Act.
Censor 12 months, to Slst Ma:
Assistant  Censor 12
Do.  12
Do.  12
Operator    12
Clerk 12
Carried forward
1915, @ $170 00
125 00
125 00
100 00
100 00
90 00
Total, $8,520
To be now
Voted.
$297,104
2,520
1,524
1,152
972
780
1,284
1,152
720
600
480
660
3,420
3,120
1,600
1,420
540
3,020
1,620
2,280
1,620
780
2,220
2,040
1,500
1,500
1,200
1,200
1,080
$339,108
Total.
131 99
$901,131 99 E 18
Estimates (1914-15).
1914
IL—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Continued.
SERVICE.
Brought forward	
Vote No.  13.—Attorney-General's Department.—Continued.
Municipal Department.
Inspector of Municipalities 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915, @ $250 00
Clerk 12        ,, ,, J 25 00
Stenographer 12        ,, ,, 60 00
Total, $5,220
Game Act.
Game Warden 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915, @ $201 66
Two Clerks 12 ,, ,,            each    90 00
Clerk 12
Junior Clerk 12 ,, ,,
Nine Deputy Game Wardens 12 ,, ,,            each
Deputy Game Warden 12 ,, ,,
Six Deputy Game Wardens 12 ,, ,,            each
Twenty-one          do.             12 ,, ,,               ,,
80 00
45 00
95 00
90 00
85 00
75 00
Provincial Police.
Superintendent's Office.
otal, $42,440
Superintendent 12 months, to Slst Mar
Inspector 12
Assistant Inspector.    12
Chief Detective 12
Detective 12
Clerk and Constable 12
Two Clerks 12
Two Junior Clerks 12
Constable 12
Two Constables 12
Boundary Police District.
Chief Constable, Greenwood 12 months, to 31st Mar,
Constable, do.  : . 12
1915,@ $220 00
168 33
150 00
120 00
90 00
141 00
91 00
70 00
85 00
80 00
each
each
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Fairview     12
Grand Forks 12
Hedley 12
Keremeos     12
Midway 12
Phoenix 12
Princeton 12
Rock Creek 12
Tulameen 12
1915,@ $102 00
80 00
85 00
85 00
88 00
85 00
88 00
86 00
80 00
88 00
80 00
Fort George Police District.
Chief Constable, South Fort George. ..12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915, (
Constable, do. ...12
Three Constables,
Constable,
do.
do.
..12
..12
Do.      Fort George 12
Do.      Fort Fraser 12
Do.      Mile 189 12
Do.        do.  283 12
Do.        do. 294 12
each
$130 00
85 00
80 00
75 00
80 00
80 00
85 00
80 00
80 00
To be now
Voted.
$339,108
3,000
1,500
720
2,420
2,160
960
540
10,260
1,080
6,120
18,900
2,640
2,020
1,800
1,440
1,080
1,692
2,184
1,680
1,020
1,920
1,224
960
1,020
1,020
1,056
1,020
1.056
1,032
960
] ,056
960
1,560
1,020
2,880
900
960
960
1,020
960
960
Carried forward I    $426,828
Total.
$901,131 99
,131 99 4 Geo. 5
Estimates (1914-15).
E 19
IL—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Continued.
SERVICE.
To be now
Voted.
Total.
$426,828
$901,131 99
Vote No.  13.—Attorney-General's Department.—
Continued.
Provincial Police.—Continued.
Fort St. John Police District.
Constable, Fort St. John 12 months, to 31st Mar.
1915, @$115 00
1,380
Constable & Interpreter, Fort St. John 12        ,,                        .,
80 00
960
90 00
1,080
Hazelton Police District.
Chief Constable, Hazelton 12 months, to 31st Mar.
, 1915, @ $130 00
1,560
each    90 00
3,240
85 00
1,020
95 00
1,140
90 00
1,080
Do.      Decker Lake 12        ,,                        ,,
90 00
1,080
Do.                 do.              12
90 00
1,080
Do.      New Hazelton 12        ,,                        ,,
90 00
1,080
Do.      Stella 12
90 00
1,080
Kamloops Police District.
Chief Constable,  Kamloops 12 months, to 31st Mar.
, 1915,@ $10S 00
1,296
each   85 00
2,040
SO 00
80 00
960
960
Do.      Chase 12
Do.      Ducks 12        ,,                        ,,
80 00
960
75 00
900
Do.      Mile 109 12
80 00
960
Do.      Mount Olie 12
80 00
960
85 00
1,020
Do.      Shuswap    12        ,,                        ,,
75 00
900
Do.      Sicamous 12        ,,                        ,,
80 00
960
Do.      Vavenby 12        ,,                        ,,
75 00
900
80 00
960
Kootenay (North-East) Police District.
Chief Constable, Golden ....    12 months, to Slst Mar.
, 1915, @$106 00
1,272
Constable,                do 12        ,,                        ,,
85 00
1,020
Do.                    do 12
75 00
80 00
900
960
Do.      Athalmer 12        ,,                        ,,
80 00
960
Do.            do 12
75 00
900
Do.      Field  12
85 00
1,020
Do.      Glacier 12
75 00
900
85 00
1,020
Kootenay (South-East) Police District.
, 1915, @ $104 00
1,248
Constable,               do 12        ,,                        ,,
85 00
1,020
Do.      Bull River 12
80 00
960
Do.      Coal Creek 12        ,,                        ,,
85 00
1,020
Do.      Corbin     12
85 00
1,020
Do.      Cranbrook 12        ,,                        ,,
88 00
1,056
Do.      Elko      12       ,,                       ,,
85 00
85 00
1,020
1,020
Do.      Fort Steele 12
80 00
960
$474,660
$901,131 99 E 20
Estimates (1914-15).
1914
II._CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Continued.
SERVICE.
To be now
Voted.
Total.
$474,660
$901,131 99
Vote No. 13.—Attorney-General's Department.—
Continued.
Provin
cial Police. —Continued.
Kootenay (South
-East) Police District.—Concluded.
Constable, Krag	
 12 months, to 31st Mar.
, 1915
@ $85 00
1,020
Do.      Marysville	
 12
SO 00
960
Do.      Michel	
 12
80 00
960
 ..12
85 00
1,020
Do.      Natal	
 12
80 00
960
Do.      Wardner	
 12
80 00
960
Do.      Wasa	
 12
80 00
960
Kootenay (West) Police District.
, 1915,
© $106 00
1,272
Constable,                do	
 12
80 00
960
 12
85 00
1,020
 12
80 00
960
Do.      Nakusp	
 12
85 00
1,020
Do.      New Denver	
 12
85 00
1,020
Do.      Silverton   	
 12
85 00
1,020
Do.      Trail   	
 12
75 00
900
 12
85 00
1,020
Do.      Ymir	
 12
85 00
1,020
Lillooet Police District.
Chief Constable, Clinton	
 12 months, to 31st Mar.
, 1915,
@ $102 00
1,224
Constable,                do	
 12
75 00
900
Do.      Anderson Lake ...
 12
80 00
960
 12
80 00
960
Do.      Hanceville   	
 12
85 00
1,020
Senior Constable,  Lillooet.   ..
 12
90 00
1,080
 12        „                        ,,
85 00
1,020
Do.                        do	
 12
.   SO 00
960
Do.      Mile 100  	
 12
75 00
900
Do.      150-Mile House....
 12
85 00
1,020
Do.      Quesnel	
 12
85 00
1,020
Nanaimo
- West Coast Police District.
Chief Constable, Nanaimo. ...
    12 months, to 31st Mar.
, 1915,
@$112 00
1,344
Constable,                   do	
    12
85 00
1,020
Do.                       do.
 12
80 00
80 00
85 00
960
960
1,020
 12
Do.      Clayoquot	
 12
 12
85 00
1,020
Do.      Cumberland	
 12
85 00
1,020
 12
SO 00
960
 12
75 00
900
Do.      Ucluelet	
 12
30 00
360
Skeena-Atlin Police District.
Chief Constable, Prince Ruper
t    12 months, to 31st Mar.
, 1915,
@ $135 00
1,620
Constable,                       do.
 12
80 00
960
Do.      Ayansh  	
 12        „
80 00
960
Do.      Atlin  	
 12       „
95 00
1,140
 12        „
Carried forward	
85 00
1,020
$518,010
$901,131 99 4 Geo. 5
Estimates (1914-15).
E 21
IL—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Continued.
SERVICE.
Brought forward	
Vote No. 13.—Attorney-General's Department.—Continued.
Provincial Police.—Continued.
Skeena-Atlin Police District.—Concluded.
Constable, Granby Bay    12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915, @ !
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Jedway 12
Masset 12
Port Essington 12
Port Simpson     ..    12
Queen Charlotte City 12
Telegraph Creek 12
Terrace   12
Tete Jaune Cache Police District.
Chief Constable, Tete Jaune Cache. .
Senior Constable, do.
Constable,
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
do.
mile
do.
do.
do.
do.
1...
29..
79 .
114.
137.
. 12 months.
.12        „
• 12
.12        „
12
■ 12 „
.12 „
.12
to 31st Mar.,
Vancouver- Westminster Police District.
Chief Constable, Vancouver 12 months, to 31st Mar.
Senior Constable, do.
Clerk and Constable do.
Clerk, do.
Constable, do.
Three Constables, do.
Constable, do.
Do.
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
Abbotsford 12
Alert Bay 12
Britannia 12
Cheakamus    12
Green Lake   12
Mission City 12
do 12
Newport 12
Senior Constable, New Westminster . 12
Constable, do. . 12
Do. do. . 12
Do.      Powell River 12
Do.      Quathiaski Cove 12
Do.      Vananda 12
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
585 00
85 00
80 00
80 00
85 00
85 00
95 00
85 00
1915, @$130 00
100 00
80 00
80 00
75 00
80 00
75 00
75 00
1915, @ $130 00
95 00
91 00
91 00
85 00
each 80 00
75 00
80 00
85 00
80 00
80 00
80 00
85 00
80 00
85 00
95 00
85 00
80 00
85 00
85 00
85 00
Vernon Police District.
Chief Constable, Vernon 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915, @ $102 00
Constable, do 12       „ „ 85 00
Do.      Enderby  12        ,, ,, 85 00
Do.      Kelowna 12        „ „ 85 00
Do.      Lumby 12        ,, ,, 75 00
Do.      Penticton  12       ,, ,, 85 00
Carried forward
To be now
Voted.
$518,040
1,020
1,020
960
960
1,020
1,020
1,140
1,020
1,560
1,200
960
960
900
960
900
900
1,560
1,140
1,092
1,092
1,020
2,880
900
960
1,020
960
960
960
1,020
960
1,020
1,140
1,020
960
1,020
1,020
1,020
1,224
1,020
1,020
1,020
900
1,020
$564,468
Total.
,131 99
,131 99 E 22
Estimates (1914-15).
1914
IL—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Continued.
SERVICE.
Brought forward	
Vote No.  13.—Attorney-General's Department.—Concluded.
Provincial Police.—Concluded.
Victoria Police District.
Constable, Duncan  12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915, @ $87 00
Do.      Ganges 12        ,, ,, 85 00
Do.      Sidney 12       ,, ,, 80 00
Yale Police District.
Chief Constable, Ashcroft 12 months, to 31st Mar.,
Two Constables,      do 12
Constable, Hope 12
Do.        do 12
Senior Constable, Lytton    12
Constable, do 12
Do. do 12
Do.      Merritt 12
Do.      Nicola  12
Do.      North Bend 12
Do.      Spenee's Bridge 12
Do.      Yale 12
1915, @ $108 00
each 80 00
85 00
80 00
90 00
85 00
80 00
85 00
80 00
85 00
85 00
85 00
Total, $194,020
Industrial School for Boys.
Superintendent  12 months, to Slst Mar., 1915,
Gardener and Farm Instructor 12
School Teacher 12
Tailor and 1st Assistant 12
2nd Assistant 12
Shoemaker and 3rd Assistant 12
Carpenter and 4th Assistant 12
Sth Assistant 12
Cook 12
Matron and Housekeeper   12
Nightwatchman    12
Total, $8,904
Industrial School for Girls.
Superintendent  12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915, @ $110 00
1st Assistant 12        ,, ,, 50 00
Needlewoman 12        ,, ,, 40 00
Matron and Housekeeper 12        ,, ,, 25 00
Cook  12       „ „ 40 00
Engineer and Janitor 12        ,, ,, 75 00
Total, $4,080
Carried forward
To be now
Voted.
$564,468
!,044
1,020
960
1,296
1,920
1,020
960
1,080
1,020
960
1,020
960
1,020
1,020
1,020
15 00
1,380
67 00
804
82 00
984
71 00
852
69 00
8-28
67 00
804
52 00
624
52 00
624
67 00
804
35 00
420
65 00
780
1,320
600
480
300
480
900
Total.
$901,131 99
593,772 00
$1,494,903 99 4 Geo. 5
Estimates (1914-15).
E 23
IL—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Continued.
SERVICE.
To be now
Voted.
Total.
$1,494,903 99
Vote No. 14.—Government Agencies.
Alberni Agency.
Government Agent & Deputy Assessor. 12 months, to Slst Mar., 1915, @ $196 66
Clerk    12        ,,                        ,,                      117 00
Do 12        .,                        „                        90 00
Junior Clerk 12        ,,                        ,,                        75 00
Stenographer 12        ,,                        ,,                        60 00
Janitor    12        ,,                        ,,                        40 00
Total, $6,944
Cariboo District Agencies.
$2,360
1,404
1,080
900
720
480
Barkerville (Sub-Agency ).
Gold Com. and Mining Recorder         12 months, to Slst Mar., 1915, @ $143 33
Clerk 12       ,,                       „                     110 00
Stenographer  12        ,,                        ,,              .60 00
1,720
1,320
720
Fort George.
Government Agent 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915, @ $166 66
Clerk and Mining Recorder 12        ,,                        ,,                      127 00
Clerk 12        ,,                        ,,                      106 00
Do 12        ,,                        „                        96 00
2,000
1,524
1,272
1,152
150-Mile House.
Govt. Agent,Recorder*Dep. Assessor, 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915, @ $134 00
Clerk 12        ,,                        ,,                        90 00
1,608
1,080
Quesnel.
Government Agent 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915, @ $165 00
Clerk and Deputy Mining Recorder .. 12        ,,                        ,,                      100 00
Stenographer     12        ,,                        ,,                        60 00
Assessor and Collector    12        ,,                        ,,                      18166
Clerk 12        „                        ,,                      125 00
Five Clerks 12       ,,                       ,,           each   96 00
Clerk 12        ,,                          „                          90 00
Total, $26,816
Cassiar Agencies.
1,980
1,200
720
2,180
1.500
5,760
1,080
Atlin.
Government Agent, Gold Com., etc.. .12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915, @ $200 00
Clerk ; 12        „                        „                      138 33
2,400
1,660
1,032
Stenographer 12        „                        ,,                        86 00
Telegraph Creek (Sub-Agency). '
Gold Com. and Mining Recorder 12 months, to Slst Mar., 1915, @ $115 00
Total, $6,472
Cumberland Agency.
1,380
Government Agent & Deputy Assessor, 12 months, to Slst Mar., 1915, @ $171  66
Clerk               .    12       „                        „                      110 00
2,060
1,320
1,080
Do                       12       ,,                       ,,                      90 00
Total, $4,460
Duncan Agency.
Government Agent & Deputy Assessor, 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915, @ $155 33
Clerk...     12       „                       „                       95 00
Total $3,004
1,864
1,140
$47,696
$1,494,903 99 E 24
Estimates (1914-15).
1914
IL—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Continued.
SERVICE.
To be now
Voted.
$47,696
Total.
$1,494,903 99
Vote No. 14.—Government Agencies.—Contimted.
East Kootenay Agencies.
Cranbrook.
Deputy Assessor and Collector 12
Clerk and Registrar  12
Clerk 12
Two Clerks 12
Clerk 12
ths,to 31st M
>
1
ir., 1915, @ $163 33
125 00
138 00
107 00
each    96 00
91 00
65 00
65 00
75 00
1,960
1,500
1,656
1,284
2,304
1,092
780
780
900
Fernie.
Government Agent,    12 months, to31st Mar., 1915,® $166 66
Clerk and Registrar 12        ,,                        ,,                      125 00
Clerk, Deputy Assessor and Collector. 12        ,,                        ,,                      110 00
Stenographer 12        „                        „                        60 00
Janitor 12        ,,                        ,,                        75 00
2,000
'   1,500
1,320
720
900
Golden.
Government Agent 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915, @ $150 00
Mining Recorder & Dep. Assessor ... . 12        ,,                        ,,                      140 00
Clerk 12        ,,                        ,,                      14100
1,800
1,680
1,692
Wilmer (Sidi-Agency).
Mining Recorder, Registrar, etc 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915, @ $147 00
Total, $25,632
1,764
Fairview Agency.
Mining Recorder and Assessor 12        ,,                        ,,                       129 00
Clerk 12        ,,                        ,,                      118 00
Total, $5,024
2,060
1,548
1,416
Fort Fraser Agency.
Government Agent 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915, @ $176 66
Clerk and Mining Recorder 12        „                       ,,                     122 00
Total, $3,584
2,120
1,464
Grand Forks Agency.
Government Agent 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915, @ $150 33
Clerk 12        ,,                        „                        96 00
Total, $3,796
1,804
1,152
840
Greenwood Agency.
Government Agent & Mining Recorder. 12 months, to31st Mar., 1915, @ $145 33
Clerk and Janitor  12       ,,                       ,,                     111 00
Total, $3,076
1,744
1,332
Carried forwar
i	
$88,808
$1,494,903 99 4 Geo. 5
Estimates (1914-15).
E 25
II._CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Continued.
SERVICE.
To be now
Voted.
Total.
$88,808
$1,494,903 99
Vote No. 14.—Government Agencies.—Continued.
Hazelton Agency.
Government Agent 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915, @ $168 33
Clerk 12        ,,                        ,,                      137 00
Mining Recorder and Registrar    12        „                        ,,                      117 00
Assessor and Collector 12        ,,              ■         ,,                      143 33
Clerk 12       ,,                       ,,                      96 00
Three Clerks 12        ,,                        ,,            each    90 00
Stenographer 12        ,,                        ,,                        80 00
Total, $12,140
2,020
1,644
1,404
1,720
1,152
3,240
960
Lillooet District Agencies.
Clinton.
Clerk 12        „                        ,,                      102 00
Do 12       ,,                      „                      96 00
1,864
1,224
1,152
Lillooet (Sub-Agency).
Assessor and Mining Recorder 12 months, to 31st Mar,, 1915, @$189 00
Clerk 12        „                        „                        96 00
Total, $7,660
2,268
1,152
Nanaimo Agency.
Government Agent 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915, @ $166 66
Clerk 12        „                        „                        96 00
Deputy Assessor and Collector 12        ,,                        ,,                      158 33
Janitor and Messenger. . 12        ,,                          ,,                    ,    75 00
Total, $6,732
2,000
1,152
780
1,900
900
Nicola Agency.
Government Agent and Assessor 12 months, to SlstMar., 1915, @ $166 66
Clerk 12       „                       „                      96 00
Total, $3,152
2,000
1,152
Princeton Agency.
Government Agent, Assessor, etc 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915, @ $154 00
Junior Clerk 12        „                        ,,                        80 00
Total $2,808
1,848
960
Skeena Agencies.
Prince Rupert.
Government Agent 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915, @ $171 66
Assessor and Collector 12        ,,                        ,,                      163 33
Clerk 12       „                       „                     127 00
Do. . 12       ,,                       „                     101 00
Do 12       „                       ,,                      96 00
Four Clerks 12       „                       „           each   90 00
Janitor 12        „                        „                        75 00
2,060
1,960
1,524
1,212
1,152
4,320
900
$134,428
$1,494,903 99 E 26
Estimates (1914-15).
1914
II._CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Continued.
SERVICE.
Brought forward	
Vote No. 14.—Government Agencies.—Continued.
Skeena Agencies.—Concluded.
Stewart (Sub-Agency).
Mining Recorder,  etc 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915, @ $154 00
Queen Charlotte Islands.
Government Agent, Gold Com., etc... 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915, @ $147 00
Total, $16,740
Vernon Agency.
Government Agent     12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915, @ $171 66
Clerk 12        „ „ 10100
Mining Recorder and Assessor 12
Clerk   12
Stenographer 12
Engineer and Foreman 12
Janitor 12
West Kootenay Agencies.
Kaslo.
Total, $8,956
162 66
96 00
65 00
75 00
75 00
Government Agent 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915, @ $168 33
Mining Recorder and Deputy Assessor. 12
Clerk 12
Do 12
Stenographer     12
Janitor 12
127 00
96 00
86 00
80 00
75 00
New Denver (Sub-Agency).
Mining Recorder 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915, @ ■'■:•
Trout Lake (Sub-Agency).
Mining Recorder   12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915, @ $100 00
Nelson
Government Agent 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915, @ $180 66
Mining Recorder and Deput3' Assessor, 12 ,, ,, 158 33
Clerk 12 „ ,, 106 00
Two Clerks 12 „ „ each 102 00
Clerk 12 ,, ,, 90 00
Junior Clerk 12 „ ,, 60 00
Stenographer     12 ,, ,, 75 00
Janitor 12 ,, ,, 75 00
Revelstoke.
Government Agent 12 moi
Mining Recorder 12
Deputy Assessor and Collector    12
Clerk 12
Stenographer     12
Engineer and Fireman 12
Janitor 12
ths, to 31st Mar., 1915, @ .'
1180 66
100 00
146 00
90 00
60 00
75 00
75 00
Carried forward
To be now
Voted.
$134,428
1,848
1,764
2,060
1,212
1,952
1,152
780
900
900
2,020
1.524
1,152
1,032
960
900
1,536
1,200
2,168
1,900
1,272
2,448
1,080
720
900
900
2,168
1,200
1,752
1,080
720
900
900
Total.
$1,494,903 99
$177,428
1,494,903 99 4 Geo. 5
Estimates (1914-15).
E 27
II._CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Continued.
SERVICE.
Brought forward	
Vote No. 14.—Government Agencies.—Continued.
West Kootenay Agencies.—Concluded.
Rossland.
Govt. Agent and Deputy Assessor 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915, ® $163 33
Clerk...- !2        ,,                        ,, 140 00
Do 12       ,,                       „ 96 00
Janitor 12       ,,                      „ 75 00
Total, $36,124
Westminster District Agencies.
New  Westminster.
Government Agent 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915, @ $191 66
Clerk 12        ,,                        „ 13100
Junior Clerk 12        ,,                        ,, 65 00
Assessor and Collector 12        ,,                        ,, 173 66
Assistant              do 12        ,,                        ,, 154 00
Clerk 12        „                        ,, 112 00
Do 12        ,,                        ,, 90 00
Janitor and Messenger 12        ,,                        ,, 85 00
Vancouver.
Government Agent 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915, @ $186 66
Clerk and Mining Recorder 12        ,,                        ,, 139 00
Two Clerks     12        ,,                        ,, each    96 00
Clerk 12        ,,                        ,, 90 00
Junior Clerk 12        ,,                        ,, 65 00
Two Stenographers 12        ,,                        ,, each    60 00
Assessor & Collector 12        ,,                        ,, 200 00
Clerk 12       ,,                       ,, 147 00
Do. 12       „                       ,, 135 00
Do 12       ,,                       ,, 117 00
Do   12       ,,                       ,, 107 00
Do 12       ,,                       „ 97 00
Two Clerks 12        „                          ,, each    90 00
Stenographer  12       ,,                        ,, 60 00
(Court-house Attendants.)
Engineer for Court-house 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915, @ $125 00
Fireman  12        ,,                        ,, 80 00
Elevator attendant .    12        ,,                        ,, 70 00
Do.                 12        ,,                        ,, 65 00
Chief Janitor 12        ,,                        ,, 110 00
Night Fireman and Janitor 12        ,,                        ,, 80 00
Janitor and Gardener 12        ,,                        ,, 75 00
Six Janitors 12        „                        ,, each    75 00
Two    do 12       „                       ,, ,.      70 00
Three do 12       „                       „ „      65 00
Carpenter 12        ,,                        ,, 100 00
Nightwatchman 12       ,,                       ,, 65 00
Total, $52,716
Yale District Agencies.
To be now
Voted.
Ashcroft.
Government Agent and Assessor 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915, (
Junior Clerk 12       ,, ,,
Carried forioard	
!$173 66
60 00
5177,428 00
1,960
1,680
1,152
900
2,300
1,572
780
2,084
1,848
1.344
1,080
1,020
2,240
1,668
2,304
1,080
780
1,440
2,400
1,764
1,620
1,404
1,284
1,164
2,160
720
1,500
960
840
780
1,320
960
900
5,400
1,680
2,340
1,200
780
2,084
720
Total.
$1,494,903 99
$238,640
1,494,903 99 E 28
Estimates (1914-15).
1914
II._CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).— Concluded.
SERVICE.
Brought forward	
Vote No.  14.—Government Agencies.—Concluded.
Yale District Agencies.—Concluded.
Kamloops.
Government Agent 12 months, to Slst Mar., 1915
Mining Recorder and Assessor 12        ,,
Clerk   12
Do 12
Do 12
Stenographer 12        ,,
Janitor    12        ,,
Vale (Sub-Agency).
Mining Recorder and Collector 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915, @$123 00
Total, $13,636
ar., 1915, @ $186 66
2,240
149 00
1,788
118 00
1,416
96 00
1,152
90 00
1,080
65 00
780
75 00
900
To be now
voted.
$238,640
1,476
Total.
1,494,903 99
249,472 00
1,744,375 99
III.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (SALARIES).
To be Voted per Statement (C) •        •       $65,790.00
No. of
Vote.
15
16
17
Supreme and County Courts
Stipendiary Magistrates
County Gaols	
Estimated for
Service ending
31st Mar., 1915.
$ 900 00
4,050 00
60,840 00
Total.
$65,790 00
SERVICE.
III.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (SALARIES).
Vote No. 15.—Supreme and County Courts.
Chilliwhack.
Registrar, County Court 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915, @ $ 50 00
Ladysmith.
Deputy Registrar 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915, @ $ 25 00
Vote No. 16.—Stipendiary Magistrates.
Additional to salary paid by the Dominion  Government to one appointee as
County Court Judge, viz.:—
Stipendiary Magistrate, Nelson 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915, @ $41 66
Stipendiary Magistrates (provisional). .12        ,, ,, 	
Carried forward	
To be now
Voted.
$    600
300
500
3,550
Total.
$ 900 00
4,050 00
$4,950 00 4 Geo. 5
Estimates (1914-15).
E 29
III —ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (SALARIES).—Concluded.
SERVICE.
To be now
voted.
Total.
$4,950 00
Vote No. 17.—County Gaols.
Kamloops Gaol.
 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915, @ $110 00
$1,320
 12        ,,                        ,,            each    86 00
2,064
Do	
 12        ,,                        ,,              ,,        80 00
1,920
Two Convict Guards
 12        ,,                        „              ,,        86 00
2,064
 12        „                        ,,                        50 00
Total, $7,968
Nanaimo Gaol.
600
 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915, @ $110 00
1,320
Gaoler  	
 12        ,,                        ,,                        90 00
1,080
Two Gaolers	
 12        ,,                        ,,            each    85 00
2,040
Two Convict Guards.
 12        ,,                        ,,               ,,      85 00
Total, $6,480
Nelson Gaol.
2,040
 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915, @ $115 00
1,380
 12        „                        ,,                        90 00
1,080
Do	
 12        ,,                        ,,                        86 00
1,032
Do	
 12       ,,                       ,,                       75 00
900
 12        ,,                        ,,                        86 00
1,032
Do	
   12       ,,                       ,,                      85 00
Total, $6,444
New Westminster Gaol.
1,020
 12 months, to Slst Mar., 1915, @$110 00
1,320
 12        ,,                        ,,                        86 00
1,032
Do	
 12        „                        ,,                        85 00
1,020
 12        „                        ,,                        86 00
1,032
Five Convict Guards
 12        ,,                        ,,            each    80 00
4,800
 12        ,,                        „                        50 00
Total, $9,804
Oakalla Prison Farm.
600
 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915, @ $140 00
1,680
 12        „                        ,,                        80 00
960
Three Gaolers	
 12        ,,                        ,,            each    75 00
2,700
 12        ,,                        ,,                        80 00
960
 12        ,,                        ,,                        80 00
960
Eleven Guards	
 12        ,,                        ,,            each    75 00
9,900
 12       „                       ,,                       70 00
•     Total, $20,520
Victoria Gaol.
3,360
 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1915, @ $120 00
1,440
 12        ,,                        „                        90 00
1,080
Do	
 12        ,,                        ,,                        86 00
1,032
Do	
 12        ,,                        „                        80 00
960
 12        ,,                        ,,                        90 00
1,080
Do	
 12       ,,                       ,,                       86 00
•     1,032
Two Convict Guards
12        ,,                        „            each    85 00
2,040
 12       „                       ,,                       80 00
960
Total, $9,624
60,840 00
$65,790 00 E 30
Estimates (1914-15).
1914
IV.—LEGISLATION.
To be Voted per Statement (Q)
889,820.00
No. of
Vote.
LEGISLATION.
Details.
Mr. Speaker Sessional, to 31st Mar., 1915, $1,800
18 i
19
20
21
22
23
Deputy Speaker .
Clerk of the House	
Law Clerk	
Sergeant-at-Arms	
Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms	
Doorkeeper   	
Messenger	
8 Pages (@ $40)	
Indemnity to Members (42@$1,600).
Mileage	
Registration of Voters	
Expenses of Elections	
Contingent Fund	
500
1,200
600
400
200
200
200
320
Estimated for
Service ending
31st Mar., 1915.
Total.
$5,420
67,200
7,200
3,000
1,000
6,000
$89,820 00
V.—PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).
Tobe Voted per Statement (E) S448,426.00
No. of
Vote.
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
Bureau of Mines	
Mine Rescue Stations	
Fisheries 	
Mental Hospital, Essondale	
Colony Farm, Essondale	
Nursery, Essondale	
Mental Hospital, New Westminster
Printing Office, Victoria	
Provincial Home, Kamloops	
Provincial Museum	
Industrial School for Boys	
Industrial School for Girls	
Estimated for
Service ending
31st Mar., 1915.
f   10,000
12,000
30,000
115,648
43,444
9,080
93,754
90,000
19,500
7,000
13,000
5,000
Total.
$448,426 00
SERVICE.
V—PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).
Vote No. 24.—Bureau of Mines.
Maintenance.
Plant, material, and incidental expenses 12 months, to 31st March, 1915
Temporary parties in the field (including salaries and travelling expenses)	
Vote No. 25.—Mine-rescue Stations.
Supplies, apparatus, repairs. Instructors Nanaimo and Fernie Rescue Stations,
Instructor in First Aid Work, and incidental expenses	
Carried forward	
Total.
$10,000 00
12,000 00
$22,000 00 4 Geo. 5
Estimates (1914-15).
E 31
V—PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).—Concluded.
SERVICE.
Brought forward	
Vote No. 26.—Fisheries.
Administration, investigation, and maintenance of fisheries and hatchery (in
eluding salaries, workmen's wages, & travelling exp.), 12mo. to31stMar., 1915
Vote No. 27.—Mental Hospital, Essondale.
Salaries of employees.
Maintenance	
Vote No. 28.—Colony Farm, Essondale.
Salaries of employees (including branch farm)	
Seeds, feed, lease, and sundries (including branch farm).
Vote No. 29.—Nursery, FjSSOndale.
Salaries of employees	
Ploughing, seeds, and plants .
Vote No. 30.—Mental Hospital, New Westminster.
Salaries of employees.
Maintenance	
Vote No. 31.—Printing Office, Victoria.
Maintenance.
Extra assistance, Printing Office and Book-binding Branch,  including sessional
work and allowance for overtime	
Printing paper, material, and incidentals	
New machinery and plant    	
Vote No. 32.—Provincial Home, Kamloops.
Maintenance.
Maintenance (including transport)	
Vote No. 33.—Provincial Museum.
Maintenance.
Purchase of Natural History Specimens, incidental and travelling
expenses 12 months, to 31st March, 1915
Cost of collecting anthropological data and specimens	
To be now
Voted.
Vote No. 34.—Industrial School for Boys.
Maintenance	
Vote No. 35.—Industrial School for Girls.
Maintenance (including temporary assistance)	
$30,000
47,148
68,500
18,444
25,000
5,580
3,500
42,154
51,600
25,000
60,000
5,000
19,500
5,000
2,000
13,000
5,000
Total.
$22,000 00
30,000 00
115,648 00
43,444 00
9,080 00
93,754 00
90,000 00
19,500 00
,000 00
13,000 00
5,000 00
$448,426 00 E 32
Estimates (1914-15).
1914
VI.—HOSPITALS AND CHARITIES.
To be Voted per Statement (p)
$587,700.00
No. of
Vote.
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
HOSPITALS AND CHARITIES.
Details.
Grants to Hospitals 12 months
Grants  to   Refuge  Homes,   Aid   Societies,   etc.   (subject   to
Government Inspection)
In aid of Resident Physician, Alert Bay
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do        „
Do
Do
Do
Contingencies	
In aid of destitute poor and sick
Assistance, building Hospitals. .
Atlin
Bella Coola	
Campbell River.   ......
Chilcotin    	
Clayoquot	
Clinton	
Elko	
F'raser Lake	
Gibson's Landing	
Kitwangar	
Lillooet	
Masset    	
Nakusp	
Nobles	
150-Mile House	
Parksville	
Pender Island	
Port Renfrew	
Port Simpson	
Quatsino	
Queen Charlotte Islands
Quesnel   	
Rock Bay	
Salt Spring Island	
'Telegraph Creek	
Terrace	
Van Anda	
West Coast (Ucluelet). .
Windermere District....
Estimated for
Service ending
31st Mar., 1915.
$275,000
20,000
500
500
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
500
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
500
500
300
300
500
400
300
500
500
300
2,000
30,000
250,000
Total.
$587,700 00' 4 Geo. 5
Estimates (1914-15).
E 33
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
To be Voted per Statement (G) • - •       $441,400 00
No. of
Vote.
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES)
Details.
Summoning and paying Jurors and Witnesses	
Prosecution and Interpreters	
Expenses of Inquests    	
Rewards	
Keep of Prisoners	
Special Constables	
Transport of Constables and Prisoners	
Medical Officers at Gaols (fixed allowances)   	
Oakalla Prison Farm,  " Good Conduct " Fund	
Allowance to Sheriffs (fixed allowances)	
Constitutional litigation and general law costs    	
Miscellaneous    	
Estimated for
Service ending
31st Mar., 1915.
$65,000
35,000
8,000
2,000
65,000
100,000
95,000
2.400
1,500
7,500
40,000
20,000
 1
Total.
441.400 00
VIII.—EDUCATION.
To lie Voted per Statement (H)
1,470,696.00
No. of
Vote.
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
H
Education Office  	
Free Text-book Branch	
Inspection of Schools	
Provincial Normal Schools	
Education of Deaf and Dumb and Blind	
Technical Education	
Per capita Grant to City, Municipality and Rural School Districts	
Salaries of Teachers in Assisted Schools    	
Salaries of Teachers of new Assisted Schools	
Salaries of Teachers of Schools in Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway Belt.
Salaries of Teachers of new Schools in Esquimalt and Nanaimo Ry. Belt
Grant to Libraries	
Conveying children to Central School    	
Grant towards Manual Training Equipment	
Teachers' fares attending Provincial Teachers' Convention	
Botanical Office, Vancouver 	
Contingencies	
Estimated for
Service ending
Slst Mar., 1915.
$ 16,600
65,000
25,000
9,500
7,500
96,800
880,000
230,436
30,000
72,360
5,000
5,000
3.500
9,000
7,500
2,500
5,000
Total.
$1,470,696 00
SERVICE.
EDUCATION.
Details.
Vote No. 83.—Education Office.
Expenses of office	
Board of Examiners of Public School Teachers, and expenses .
Examiners of High School entrance examination papers	
Vote No. 84.—Free Text-book Branch.
Text-books, maps, globes, etc	
Carried forward	
To be now
Voted.
\     600
10,000
6,000
Total.
$16,600 00
65,000 00
$81,600 00 E 34
Estimates (1914-15).
1914
YIII.—EDUCATIOX.—Continued.
SERVICE.
Brought forward	
E DUCATION. —Continued.
Details.—Concluded.
Vote No. 85.—Inspection of Schools.
Travelling expenses	
Vote No. 86.—Provincial Normal Schools.
Books, apparatus, and incidental expenses, Vancouver    	
Do. do. Victoria	
Mileage for Students    	
Vote No. 87.—Education of Deaf and Dumb and Blind.
Tuition, maintenance and travelling expenses, 12 months, to 31st March, 1915. .
Vote No. 88.—Technical Education.
Establishment of Technical Education	
To be now
Voted.
$25,000
1,500
1,500
6,500
7,500
Vote No. 89.—Per Capita Grant to City, Municipality, and Rural
School Districts.
Cities    12 months, to 31st March, 1915
Municipalities        12 ,, ,, ,,
Rural School Districts      12 ,, ,, ,,
Vote No. 90.—Salaries of Teachers in Assisted Schools.
12 months, to 31st March, 1915, as detailed	
Vote No. 91.—Salaries of Teachers of new Assisted Schools.
12 months, to 31st March, 1915	
Vote No. 92.—Salaries of Teachers of Schools in E. & N. Railway Belt.
12 months, to 31st March, 1915, as detailed	
96,800
490,000
280,000
110,000
230,436
30,000
Vote No. 93.—Salaries of Teachers of new Schools in E. & N.
Railway Belt.
12 months, to 31st March, 1915	
Vote No. 94.—Grant to Libraries.
Grant to Libraries	
Vote No. 95.—Conveying Children to Central School.
Conveying children to Central School	
Vote No. 96.—Grant towards Manual Training Equipmf.nt.
Grant towards Manual Training Equipment	
72,360
5,000
5,000
3,500
9,000
Vote No. 97.—Teachers' fares attending Provincial Teachers'
Convention.
Teachers' fares attending Provincial Teachers' Convention	
Vote No. 98.—Botanical Office, Vancouver.
Office expenses, supplies, and travelling expenses	
Vote No. 99.—Contingencies.
Unforseen requirements, rents, incidental expenses, etc	
7,500
2,500
5,000
Total.
$81,600 00
25,000 00
9.500 00
7,500 00
96,800 00
880,000 00
230,436 00
30,000 00
72,360 00
5,000 00
5,000 00
3,500 00
9,000 00
7,500 00
2,500 00
5,000 00
$1,470,696 00 4 Geo. 5
Estimates (1914-15).
E 35
VIIL—EDUCATION.—Continued.
Salaries op Teachers in Assisted Schools.
Twelve Mos.
Monthly
Salary.
Salary.
$ 876
$ 73
1,080
90
960
80
900
75
900
75
900
75
900
75
876
73
1,080
90
960
80
840
70
720
60
840
70
1,140
95
876
73
780
65
900
75
1,020
85
780
65
900
75
900
75
900
75
960
80
960
80
840
70
900
75
1,080
90
1,080
90
900
IO
1,020
85
936
78
780
65
900
75
900
75
816
68
900
75
900
75
1,200
100
1,020
85
900
75
780
65
960
80
900
75
876
73
840
70
960
80
900
75
1,080
90
960
80
1,020
85
840
70
900
75
780
65
900
75
900
75
780
65
780
65
900
75
780
65
900
75
840
70
960
80
$56,556
School.
Albert Canyon 12
Alexandria 12
Alice Siding 12
Anarchist Mountain 12
Annable 12
Appledale 12
Arrow Park, West 12
Aiffiton Creek 12
Athalmer 12
Balfour  12
Balmoral 12
Bamberton 12
Bamfield    12
Barkerville 12
Barnes Creek 12
Barnston Island 12
Barrier River 12
Bay lies Lake 12
Bear Creek 12
Beard Creek 12
Beaton 12
Belford 12
Bella Coola 12
Do.        Lower 12
Berlin 12
Berrydale 12
Big Bar 12
Do.    Upper 12
Big Bay 12
Big Creek 12
Big Eddy 12
Blind Bay 12
Boswell 12
Boundary Falls 12
Bowen Island 12
Box Lake  12
Bridesville 12
Brilliant   12
Brisco 12
Britannia Beach 12
Britannia Mine 12
Bull River Bridge    12
Bull River Falls   12
Campbell Creek, South 12
Campbell Range   12
Cape Scott     12
Carlin Siding 12
Cartier 12
Castlegar 12
Chimney Creek 12
Chinook Cove 12
Chu Chua 12
Clo-oose 12
Columhia Park 12
Comaplix 12
Commonage    12
Concord 12
Copper Creek ...    12
Coquitlam Dam 12
Cortes Island 12
Cranberry Marsh 12
Crawford Bay 12
Carried forward.
months to 31st March, 1915 E 36
Estimates (1914-15).
1914
VIII—EDUCATION —Continued.
Salaries of Teachers in Assisted Schools.—Continued.
Twelve Mos.
Salary.
$56,556
900
780
900
780
900
900
1,080
900
900
900
900
960
960
900
900
900
900
900
936
900
900
840
996
1,200
1,500
1,200
1,500
1,200
900
1,020
900
780
900
780
960
900
876
876
780
1,140
840
900
900
1,176
900
900
1,260
1,200
900
900
780
7S0
900
816
960
780
780
1,020
900
$112,392
Monthly
Salary.
I 75
65
75
65
75
75
90
75
75
75
75
80
80
75
75
75
75
75
78
75
75
70
83
100
125
100
125
100
75
85
75
65
75
65
80
75
73
73
65
95
70
75
75
98
75
75
105
100
75
75
65
65
75
68
80
6.s
School.
Brought forward.
Crawford Creek.    12 months to 31st March, 1915
Cultus Lake 12
Curzon 12
Deep Creek   12
Deer Park         ... 12
Demars, West 12
Dragon Lake    12
Duhamel 12
Edgewood 12
Edwards Creek 12
Eholt 12
Elk Bridge 12
Elk Prairie ....'. 12
Erie  12
Fairview 12
Falconer    12
Falkland 12
Fauquier 12
F'erguson 12
Fife 12
Fire Valley    12
Fish Lake 12
Flagstone 12
Fort Fraser 12
F'ort George, Principal 12
Do. 2nd division .12
Fort George, South, Principal    12
Do. do.      2nd division      12
Foster's Bar 12
Galena 12
Galena Bay     12
Galiano     12
Galloway    12
Gambier Island 12
Georgetown      12
Gerrard 12
Gillis Bay    12
Gilpin 12
Glenrosa 12
Granby Bay 12
firanite Bav 12
Hall's Landing 12
Uarbledown Island 12
Harper's Camp 12
Harrop     12
Hat Creek 12
Hazelton 12
Do.      New 12
HefBey Creek 12
Heriot Bay  12
Hidden Lake 12
Highland 12
Hilltop 12
Hilton 12
Holberg 12
Hope Station     12
Hornby Island 12
Horse Creek 12
Hurlingham 12
Carried forward. 4 Geo. 5
Estimates (1914-15).
E 37
VIII.—EDUCATION.—Continued.
Salaries of Teachers in Assisted Schools.—Continued.
Twelve Mos.
Monthly
Salary.
Salary.
$112,392
960
$ 80
900
75
1,020
85
1,020
85
816
68
780
65
900
75
816
68
780
65
840
70
900
75
900
75
840
70
900
75
936
78
840
70
816
68
780
65
900
75
840
70
960
80
816
68
816
68
900
75
1,200
100
900
75
1,140
95
840
70
900
75
1,080
90
720
60
900
75
900
75
900
75
900
75
1,200
100
900
75
960
80
900
75
816
68
816
68
924
77
900
75
780
65
780
65
900
75
1,020
85
960
80
1,200
100
1,200
100
1,020
85
900
75
960
80
1,020
85
780
65
900
75
720
60
780
65
900
75
840
70
$166,824
School.
Brought forward.
Huscroft 12 months to Slst March, 1915
Ingram Mountain      12
Invermere    12
Inverness     12
Isabella Point        ,. 12
Jordan River 12
Kaleva 12
K.edleston 12
Keefers 12
Kelowna, East 12
Kettle River, North   12
Kettle Valley 12
Kildonan 12
Killarney  12
Kimberley 12
Kingcome Inlet 12
Koch Siding 12
Lake Buntzen     12
Lancaster   12
Lasqueti Island 12
Little F'ort 12
Lytton, North     12
Mabel Lake 12
Malakwa 12
Malcolm Island, Principal    12
Do. 2nd division 12
Mapes  12
Marshall     12
Meadow Spur    12
Metlakatla 12
Mill Creek 12
Mirror Lake     12
Mount Ingersoll 12
Myers Flat 12
Myncaster     12
McBride    12
McGuire   12
MacKenzie   12
Needles 12
Nicomen 12
Okanagan Centre 12
Olalla 12
Paterson  12
Paxton Valley 12
Pemberton Range     12
Perry Siding    12
Porcher Island    12
Port Hardy     12
Pouce Coupe 12
Powell River, Principal 12
Do. 2nd division 12
Do. 3rd     do 12
Quatsino     12
Queenstown  12
Reiswig 12
Renata     12
Retreat Cove 12
Richland      12
Roberts Creek 12
Rock Bay 12
Carried forward. E 38
Estimates (1914-15).
1914
VHL—EDUCATION.—Continued.
Salaries of Teachers in Assisted Schools.—Continued.
Twelve Mos.
Salary.
$166,824
900
900
960
900
780
840
900
840
1,080
960
780
876
900
780
816
840
840
840
1,020
960
960
1,020
900
900
1,140
840
876
1,020
960
720
1,320
1,020
876
900
780
780
900
1,260
900
900
1,020
840
900
780
960
936
840
936
900
900
1,020
900
780
1,020
1,020
816
900
1,200
780
$220,956
$ 75
75
80
75
65
70
75
70
90
80
65
73
75
65
68
70
70
70
85
80
80
85
75
75
95
70
73
85
80
60
110
85
73
75
65
65
75
105
75
75
85
70
75
65
80
78
70
78
75
75
85
75
65
85
85
68
75
100
65
School.
Brought forward.
Rock Creek	
Rogers Pass	
Roosville	
Rosebery	
Saint Elmo	
Salmon River	
Salmon Valley	
Sand Creek	
Sand Spit	
Sayward	
Sechelt	
Seton Lake Creek	
Seymour Arm	
Shuswap Falls	
Shuswap, North	
Shutty Bench	
Sicamous    	
Silver Creek	
Silverton    	
Similkameen   	
Sirdar    	
Skidegate	
Sloan 	
Slocan Junction	
Soda Creek	
Solsqua	
Sorrento 	
Sparkling Creek	
Squamish, Lower, Principal....
Do. 2nd division.
Stewart	
Strandby    	
Sullivan Valley	
Summit Lake	
Suiinybrae	
Sunnyside	
Syringa Creek	
Telegraph Creek	
Three Forks	
Three Valley	
Thrums, Principal	
Do.      2nd division	
Thurlow	
Trout Creek, Upper	
Trout Lake    	
Tulameen  	
Turtle Valley	
Ucluelet	
Ucluelet Arm	
Valdes Island	
Waldo, Principal	
Do.    2nd division	
Walhaehin	
Wapta	
Wasa ....   	
Watmore	
Whaletown   	
Whatchan	
Whiteman's Creek	
. 12 months to 31st March, 1915
.12
.12
12
.12
.12
.12
.12
12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
. 12
.12
.12
12
.12
.12
12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
Carried forward. 4 Geo. 5
Estimates (1914-25).
E 39
VI1L—EDUCATION.—Continued,
Salaries of Teachers in  Assisted   Schools.—Concluded.
Twelve Mos.
Salary.
Monthly
Salary.
School.
$220,956
Brought forward.
1,140
$ 95
75
.. .12 months to 31st March, 1915
900
...12
1,020
85
■ 12
1,020
85
W indermere	
...12
900
75
...12
960
80
.••12
960
80
• 12   „
780
65
..12   „
960
80
...12   „
840
70
Yale 	
12
$230,436
Salaries of Teachers of Schools in Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway Belt.
Beaufort 12 months to 31st March, 1915
Beaver Creek 12
Bench 12
Brechin, Principal        12
$ 780
$ 65
840
70
900
75
1,200
100
960
80
840
70
780
65
840
70
960
80
780
65
936
78
1,080
90
900
75
780
65
780
65
780
65
960
80
780
65
1,080
90
900
75
780
65
960
80
780
65
780
65
900
75
960
80
780
65
1,140
95
900
75
780
65
840
70
876
73
936
78
840
70
840
70
1,200
100
1,080
90
960
80
840
70
780
65
780
65
780
65
$37,368
Do.
Do.
Do.
Cedar
Do.
Do.
Do.
2nd division.
Srd      do.      .
4th      do.
East	
.12
.12
.12
.12
North, Principal 12
do.      2nd division    12
South 12
Chase River, Principal 12
Do. 2nd division 12
Do. Srd      do    12
Cherry Creek Valley 12
Cobble Hill '. 12
Comox, Principal 12
Do.    2nd division 12
Courtenay, Principal 12
Do.        2nd division 12
Do.        3rd     do 12
Cowichan, Principal    12
Do.        2nd division 12
Cowichan  Lake 12
Departure Bay 12
Diamond Crossing, Principal   12
Do. 2nd division 12
Extension, Principal 12
Do.        2nd division 12
Do. Srd      do    12
Fanny Bay 12
French Creek 12
Gill 12
Glenora 12
Grantham 12
H arewood, Principal 12
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
2nd division 12
Srd     do    12
4th      do.     (Chinese) 12
5th      do    12
6th     do   12
7th     do 12
Carried forward. E 40
Estimates (1914-15).
1914
VIII.—EDUCATION .^-Concluded.
Salaries of Teachers of Schools in Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway Belt.—Concluded.
Twelve Mos.
Salary.
$37,368
780
780
840
900
900
1,020
840
816
900
1,080
900
780
816
840
1,020
840
1,020
840
1,020
840
876
816
960
840
840
840
840
780
960
900
1,056
816
1,056
780
1,200
1,080
960
840
780
$72,360
Monthly
Salary.
P 65
65
70
75
75
85
70
68
75
90
75
65
68
70
85
70
85
70
85
70
73
68
80
70
70
70
70
65
80
75
88
68
88
65
100
90
80
70
65
School.
Brought forward.
Headquarters 12 months to 31st March, 1915
Hillier   12
Koksilah 12
Lazo    12
Malahat 12
Minto, Principal 12
Do.   2nd division 12
Montrose   12
Mountain    12
Nanaimo Bay, Principal 12
Do.       2nd division     12
Do.        3rd      do 12
Nanoose Bay 12
Nob Hill    12
Northfield, Principal 12
Do.       2nd division 12
Number 7 Mine, Principal 12
Do. 2nd division 12
Number 8 Mine, Principal     12
Do. 2nd division 12
Oyster 12
Do.   East  12
Do.   North, Principal 12
Do.      do.      2nd division 12
Parksville 12
Qualicum Beach 12
Do.      Little   12
Sahtlam        12
Sandwick 12
Shawnigan  12
Union  Bay, Principal   12
Do.        2nd division 12
Wellington, Principal 12
Do. 2nd division    .12
Do. South, Principal 12
Do. do.    2nd division 12
Do- do.    Srd     do 12
Do. do.    4th     do 12
Do. do.    5th     do 12 *
4 Geo. 5                                      Estimates (1914-15).                                            E 41
IX.—TRANSPORT.
To be Voted per Statement (J)        .         .         .        $133,000.00.
No. of
Vote.
J
Estimated for
Service ending
31st Mar., 1915.
$ 3,000 00
130,000 00
Total.
100
101
C
T
TRANSPORT.
Details.
$133,000 00
XL—REVENUE SERVICES.
To be Voted per Statement (|_)        •         •        •        $50,000.00.
No. of
Vote.
L
Estimated for
Service ending
31st Mar., 1915.
Total.
102
COLLECTION OF REVENUE,
Details.
Commission, Courts of Appeal, Travelling Expenses and Miscellaneous..
$ 50,000 00
$ 50,000 00
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.
To be, Voted per Statement (M)        .         .        .        $5,316,575.00.
No. of
Vote.
M
Estimated for
Service ending
31st Mar., 1915.
Total.
103-127
128-165
166-218
219
$2,319,500 00
2,861,000 00
96,075 00
40,000 00
$5,316,575 00
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Estimated for
Service ending
31st Mar., 1915.
Total.
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
C
F
G
G
li
Ii
Ii
L
NIL—PUBLIC WORKS.
Works and Buildings.
mrt-house, Vernon, completion and furnishing (re-vote)	
urniture, Government Offices, throughout the Province	
$50,000 00
40,000 00
10,000 00
15,000 00
150,000 00
50,000 00
15,000 00
12,000 00
3,500 00
30,000 00
Do.                   Nicola District (re-vote)	
aols and Lock-ups throughout the Province (maintenance and repairs).
nprovement of Government Reserves throughout the Province  	
375,500 00 E 42
Estimates (1914-15).
1914
No. of
Vote
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
12S
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
SERVICE.
Brought forward.
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Concluded.
Mental Hospital, Fissondale—
General repairs $ 5,000 00
Completion of grading, walks, stairs, and paving courts.  15,000 00
Furniture     4,000 00
Colony Farm, Essondale—
General repairs $ 5.000 00
Clearing land     10,000 00
Mental Hospital, New Westminster—
General repairs and completion of greenhouses $10,000 00
Furniture        4,000 00
Parliament Buildings (extension, completion, and furnishing)	
Prison Farm, Oakalla (completion)	
Provincial Gaol, Victoria (completion)	
Protection of R.iver-banks	
Provincial Government Buildings,  London, England  	
Provincial Normal School, Vancouver (maintenance)	
Provincial Normal School, Victoria (completion and furnishing)	
Provincial University (buildings, salaries and miscellaneous)	
Public Schools throughout the Province    	
Repairs   to buildings, furniture, fuel, light, etc., Government  House,
Victoria, (including upkeep of garden)	
Repairs to Government Buildings throughout the Province	
Repairs to Parliament Buildings	
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.
Alberni
Atlin
Cariboo
Chilliwack
Columbia
Comox
Cowichan
Cranbrook
Delta
Dewdney
Esquimalt
Fernie
Grand Forks
Greenwood
The Islands
Kamloops
Kaslo
Lillooet
Nanaimo City
Newcastle
Okanagan
Richmond
Revelstoke
Saanich
Similkameen
Skeena
Slocan
Yale
Ymir
Road, Banff-Windermere.
Road, Hope-Princeton ...
District,
do. .
do. .
do. .
do. .
do. .
do. .
do. .
do. .
do. .
do. .
do. .
do. .
do. .
do. .
do. .
do.
do. .
do. .
do. .
do. .
do. .
do. .
do. .
do. .
do. .
do. .
do. .
do. .
Carried forward
Estimated for
Service ending
31st Mar., 1915.
^75,500 00
24,000 00
15,000 00
14,000 00
315,000 00
206,000 00
25,000 00
10,000 00
30,000 00
4,000 00
245,000 00
500,000 00
486,000 00
20,000 00
40,000 00
10,000 00
Total.
60,000 00
20,000 00
144,000 00
37,000 00
40,000 00
67,000 00
37,000 00
46,000 00
25,000 00
77,000 00
40,000 00
46.000 00
32,000 00
22,000 00
30,000 00
80,000 00
40,000 00
73,000 00
10,000 00
27,000 00
88,000 00
140,000 00
41,000 00
56,000 00
80,000 00
216,000 00
40,000 00
57,000 00
80,000 00
60,000 00
20,000 00
,831,000 00
,319,500 00
$2,319,500 00 4 Geo. 5
Estimates (1914-15).
E 43
No. of
Vote.
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
SERVICE.
Brought forward	
XII.— PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Concluded.
Estimated for
Service ending
31st Mar., 1915.
1,831,000 00
Roads, Point Grey  20,000 00
Development, Strathcona Park I 100,000 00
Location of roads ! 10,000 00
Road Machinery    25,000 00
Wharves generally  25,000 00
Bridges generally  450,000 00
Bridge across Second Narrows, Burrard Inlet (conditional—re-vote).... 400,000 00
Subsidies to Steamboats, Ferries, and Bridges.
Ferries.
Bulkley River, Barret Lake Siding to Morice River settlement	
Bulkley River, South Hazelton (including approaches and repairs)   ..
Canoe River (including new ferry) 	
Canoe Pass    	
Celesta, Little River. .   	
Columbia River, Briscoe	
Do. Carbonate	
Fraser River at Alexandria	
Do. Agassiz	
Do. Big Bar (including new ferry)	
Do. Harrison-Chilliwack	
Do. Fort George	
Do. High Bar	
Do. Hope  	
Do. Lytton (above)	
Do. Mission (including repairs) ,	
Do. Quesnel s
Do. Ruby Creek	
Do. Soda Creek	
Do. Twenty-mile Post, above Lillooet	
Do. Woodward's Landing	
Do. Yale	
East Summerland	
Hall's Landing	
Kelowna	
Kootenay River, Reclamation Farm	
Nass	
Nechako River, Fraser Lake    	
Do. Fort George	
Do. Milne's Landing  ....   	
North Thompson River, Bester, Mosquito Flat (including repairs) .   ..
Do. Jones (including repairs)	
Do. Little Fort (including repairs)	
Do. Peterson's	
Do. Upper Crossing (including repairs)   	
Pitt River	
South Thompson, Ducks (including repairs)	
Do. Pritchard (including repairs)	
Stewart Lake	
Skeena River, Breckenridge (including repairs)   	
Do. Copper City (including new scow)  	
Do. Hazelton (new)  	
Do. Kitwanga (including repairs)	
Do. Terrace (including repairs)    	
Do. Usk (including repairs)	
West Arm, Kootenay Lake, at Nelson	
Carried forward	
500 00
2,900 00
3,000 00
720 00
1,500 00
500 00
500 00
720 00
4,500 00
3,800 00
800 00
900 00
300 00
3,600 00
480 00
8,000 00
1,000 00
600 00
900 00
300 00
25,000 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
475 00
1,000 00
900 00
600 00
900 00
900 00
900 00
600 00
600 00
1,000 00
150 00
1,200 00
900 00
650 00
600 00
450 00
1,100 00
1,960 00
1,000 00
1,160 00
1,500 00
1,160 00
3,000 00
$85,225 00
Total.
$2,319,500 00
2,861,000 00
$5,180,500 00 E 44
Estimates (1914-15).
1914
No. of
Vote.
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
SERVICE.
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Concluded,
Subsidies to Steamboats, Ferries, and Bridges.—Concluded.
Bridge Tenders.
Canoe Pass
Eburne ....
Kamloops.
Steamboats.
Anderson Lake (conditional)	
Columbia River, above Revelstoke .
Dog Lake, Similkameen	
Shuswap Lake (conditional)	
Contingencies.
Contingencies (Public Works, generally)
Estimated for
Service ending
31st Mar., 1915.
$85,225 00
720 00
840 00
540 00
500 00
3,000 00
1,250 00
4,000 00
Total.
5,180,500 00
96,075 00
40,000 00
$5,316,575 00 4 Geo. 5
Estimates (1914-15).
E 45
XIII. —MISCELLANEOUS EXPENDITURE.
To be Voted per Statement (f\|)        .        .        .    $2,852,490.00
No. of
Vote.
220
221
222
223
224
225
226
227
228
229
230
231
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
245
246
247
248
249
250
251
252
253
254
255
256
257
258
259
260
261
262
263
264
265
266
267
268
269
270
271
272
XIII.—MISCELLANEOUS.
Details.
Advertising	
Civil Service Commissioners,  Examiners and Registrar, under " Public
Service Act"   	
Collecting Archives    	
Grant to Boy Scouts (Province)	
Grant to Canadian Handicrafts Guild, Vancouver	
Grant to Canadian Handicrafts Guild, Victoria	
Grant to St. John's Ambulance Association (conditional)	
Grant to Vancouver Rescue Mission	
Grant to Victorian Order of Nurses (Province)	
Postage and Expressage	
Provincial Board of Health (other than salaries)	
Stationery	
Coal Miners' Examinations (allowance to Examiners and Secretaries) . . .
Grant to western branch of Canadian Mining Institute	
Agricultural Associations	
Board of Horticulture (travelling expenses, etc.)	
British Columbia Stock Breeders' Association	
British Columbia Dairymen's Association    ....
Demonstration orchards and experimental trees	
Department of Agriculture, Outside Service (administration)   	
Fruit handling and pre-cooling investigation work    	
Fruit Exhibitions and General Publicity Work	
B.C. Fruit-growers' Association	
Fruit-packing Schools    	
Inspection of nursery stock, trees, plants, fruit, etc	
Demonstration spraying	
Suppress! n of fruit diseases	
British Columbia Entomological Society	
Grant in aid of B. C. Poultry Association	
Grant in aid of Farmers' Institutes, expenses of lectures, and general
education-"work    	
Grant in aid of Women's Institutes,  expenses of lectures, and general
education-work	
Poultry Shows	
Compensation to owners of cattle slaughtered for tuberculosis	
Flockmasters' Association :	
Destruction of Wolves, Cougars, Coyotes, etc. (bounties and salaries).. .
r\iel and Light  	
Grant in aid of Militia	
Grant in aid of Provincial Rifle Associations ,	
Grant to Alpine Club of Canada    	
Grant to Canadian Forestry Association	
Grant to City of Greenwood	
Grant to City of Phoenix	
Grant to City of Rossland	
Grant to the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals	
Grant to Victoria Seamen's Institute (conditional)	
Grant  to Central  Mission Rescue and  Protective Society, Vancouver
($10,000 re-vote)	
Grant to Salvation Army—Prison-work  	
Grant to Reading Camp Association	
Grant to Western Canada Irrigation Association	
Grant to Western Forestry and Conservation Association	
Interest on Suitors' Fund Deposits	
Premiums on Guarantee Bonds	
Refunds	
Carried forivard	
Estimated for
Service ending
31st Mar., 1915.
$65,000 00
2,000 00
12,500 00
1,000 00
500 00
250 00
1,000 00
2,500 00
500 00
46,000 00
35,000 00
55,000 00
4,000 00
1,000 00
70,000 00
1,500 00
3,500 00
3,500 00
2,500 00
30,000 00
3,000 00
40,000 00
6,500 00
4,000 00
30,000 00
5,000 00
15,000 00
350 00
3,500 00
20,000 OO
5,000 00
4,000 00
40,000 00
250 00
20,000 00
32,000 00
3,000 00
5.500 00
1,000 00
200 00
2,500 00
4,000 00
12,000 0(1
750 00
2,000 00
15,000 00
1,500 00
600 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
5.000 00
2,500 00
10,000 00
$633,400 00
Total. E 46
Estimates (1914-15).
1914
No. of
Vote.
273
274
275
276
277
278
279
280
281
282
283
284
285
286
287
288
289
290
291
292
293
294
295
296
297
298
299
300
301
302
303
304
305
306
307
308
309
310
SERVICE.
Brought forward	
XIII.—MISCELLANEOUS.—Continued.
Details.—Continued.
Rents	
Revision of Statutes	
Telegrams	
Telephone Service   	
In aid of communication with Remote Settlements, Alert Bay to Kingcome
Inlet '.	
Grant in aid of Kitimat mail service	
Boiler Inspection (maintenance, wages, repairs, etc., Launch " Adanac"
Game Protection (including temporary salaries, travelling expenses, and
incidentals)    	
Departmental Libraries	
Legislative Library	
Travelling Libraries    	
Royal Commissions	
Irrigation Convention, Penticton	
International Irrigation Congress and Canadian Land and Apple Show..
Grant to Dominion Exhibition, Victoria	
Grant to Pacific Coast Association of Nurserymen Convention	
Temporary Assistance in all Offices	
Miscellaneous, not detailed in Estimates	
Department of Lands.
Forest Branch.
Forest Protection Fund	
Exhibits   for   encouraging   export   lumber   trade  (including   salaries,
travelling expenses, and purchase of material)	
Determination of lumber  values under  " Royalt37 Act"  (salaries and
travelling expenses)	
Forest Products Investigations (salaries and travelling expenses)	
Vancouver Exhibition Association (purchase and placing of exhibit)   ...
Miscellaneous (including transport, salaries of temporary staff, upkeep
of boats, incidental expenses, etc.)	
Total, $331,200 00
Lands Branch.
Inspection of Pre-emptions and Lands (including salaries and expenses)
Dry lands investigations and experiments	
Townsites and Suburban land clearing	
Total, $146,000 00
Surveyor-General's Branch.
Surveys throughout the Province	
Maps   (including   lithographing, printing, and publishing new   map   of
Province, and purchase of non-departmental maps)	
Photo-topographical surveys	
Temporary assistance     	
Total, $608,000 00
Water Rights Branch.
Expert assistance	
Surveys (general)	
Board of Investigation (including salaries and travelling expenses)   ....
Collecting rainfall and climate statistics (including observers' salaries)..
Public  irrigation   corporations—surveys  and  investigations  (including
salaries and travelling expenses)	
B.C. Hydrographic survey 	
Temporary   assistance   (including   salaries    of    office    engineers    and
draughtsmen)	
Total, $192,000 00
Carried forward .
Estimated for
Service ending
Slst Mar., 1915.
$633,400 00
12,000 00
2,000 00
17,000 00
22,500 00
300 00
300 00
4,000 00
34,500 00
1,500 00
25,000 00
4,000 00
100,000 00
1,000 00
2,500 00
15,000 00
750 00
42,000 00
90,000 00
166,000 00
15,000 00
7,500 00
10,000 00
3,000 00
129,700 00
16,000 00
30,000 00
100,000 00
570,000 00
16,000 00
10,000 00
12,000 00
15,000 00
105,000 00
20,000 00
3,000 00
10,000 00
12,000 00
27,000 00
$2,284,950 00
Total. 4 Geo. 5
Estimates (1914-15).
E 47
311
312
313
Brought forward	
XIII. —MISCELLAN EOUS.—Continued.
Details.—Continued.
Department of Railways.
Songhees Indian Reserve improvements	
Grant to Canadian Pacific Railway Co., towards reconstruction of Kaslo
& Slocan Railway (re-vote)	
Fraser  River  Bridge,   New  Westminster   (maintenance   and   repairs,
including salaries)	
Total, $441,750 00
Vote No. 314.—Agent-General's Office, London.
Salary of Agent-General,  including clerical   assistance,   rent of  office,
advertising, etc., 12 months, to Slst March, 1915	
Vote No. 315.—Immigration and Publicity.
Miscellaneous requirements	
Vote No. 316.—Superannuation.
C. H. F. Blake 12 months to 31st Mar.
Mrs. E. J Corrigan 12
H. S. T. Henderson 12
S. B. Green 12
Jno. D. Hopkins 12
A. G. Brown 12
J. H. Mason 12
P. Murphy 12
Jno. Strang 12
Mark Parsons 12
0. E. Costerton   12
Geo. Cunningham 12
W. T. L. House 12
E. J. Parsons 12
S. Phipps 12
J. A. McAlman 12
W. Dodd     12
Helen Janet McColl 12
H. J. Sharpe 12
W.  Stephenson 12
Mrs. R. Wolfenden . 12
A. Stevenson 12
A. Carney  12
T. C. Boulton 12
P. E. Holt 12
G. Murray 12
Geo. Simon , 12
E. E. Chipman 12
J. M. Mutter 12
J. G. Brymner  12
J. R. Anderson 12
A. Dick 12
1915, tgi|
25
25
30
30
35
35
35
35
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
50
50
55
55
55
60
62.
65
65
65
65
70
70
70
75
75
300
300
360
360
420
420
420
420
480
480
480
480
480
480
480
600
600
660
660
660
720
50 750
780
780
780
780
840
840
840
900
900
Carried forward
(2,284,950 00
340,000 00
50,000 00
51,750 00
30,000 00
60,000 00
(2,816,700 00 E 48
Estimates (1914-15).
1914
No of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Brought forward	
XIII. —MISCELLANEOUS.—Concluded.
Details.—Concluded.
Vote No. 316.—Superannuation.—Concluded.
J. K.  Worsfold   12 months to 31st Mar.
John Vicars 12
J. H. Sprott  12
Thomas Morgan 12
A. C. Nelson 12
Joseph Burr 12
W. Gordon 12
J. Porter 12
T. E. Wooldridge 12
Mark Bate 12
W. S. Gore 12
E. B. McKay 12
F. Soues 12
J. A. Anderson 12
C. J. Fagan 12
J. McB. Smith 12
1915, @ $75
75
75
75
75
75
80
80
80
90
100
100
100
105
115
120
= 900
900
900
900
900
900
960
960
960
1,080
1,200
1,200
1,200
1,260
1,380
1,440
Estimated for
Service ending
Slst Mar., 1915.
$2,816,700 00
35,790 00
Total.
$2,852,490 00

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