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 BEITISH   COLUMBIA.
PUBLIC    ACCOUNTS
FOR   THE
FISCAL YEAR ENDED 30TH JUNE, 1884.
PERIOD  FROM 1st JULY, 1883, TO  30th JUNE, 1884.
VICTORIA: Printed by Richard Wolfenden, Government Printer,
at the Government Printing Office, Jamea' Bay.  48 Vic.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30tii Juke, 188-1.
35
To the Honourable Clement Francis Cornwall,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour:
The undersigned has the honour to present the Public Accounts of British Columbia, for
the Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1884.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
JNO. ROBSON,
Minister of Finance.
Treasury Department,
Victoria, 15th December, I884.  48 Vic.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884. 37
Audit Office, Treasury,
15th December, 1881/..
To the Honourable John Robson,
Minister of Finance.
The   undersigned   has the honour to present to you the Public Accounts to the  30th
June, 1884.
Respectfully submitted.
J. McB. SMITH,
Auditor.  48 Vic.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to SOtii June, 1881. 39
PUBLIC   ACCOUNTS
FOU   THE
FISCAL YEAR ENDED  30TH JUNE, 1884.
TABLE OF CONTENTS.
40—       Debt Account:  The Dominion of Canada in account with the Province, for the Fiscal
Year ended 30th June, 1884.
40— Subsidy Account, for the Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1884.
40a—     Receipts and Expenditure;   a Comparative Statement, from  20th July, 1871, to  30th
June, 1884.
41— Debentures outstanding under the British Columbia Loan Acts.
42— Sinking Fund and B. C. Loan Trustees' Account; Statements.
43— Balance Sheet op the Province op British Columbia.
43a —     Treasures in Account with the Province of British Columbia.
44— .District Returns op Revenue.
43—■       Expenditure; Summary.
45—48—       Do. Reeapitulatio.i.
49-120—       Do. Detailed.
121-124—Appropriation and Expenditure; Statement showing Appropriation  and  Expenditure,
also sums unexpended and o/er-expended.
125—       Unprovided Items;  Statement  of  Services  whose  Expenditures   have   exeee'ed  their
Appropriation.
126-127—Lapsed Balances of Appropriations. 4o
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30tii June, 1884.
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Comparative Statement of the Receipts and Expenditure of the Province of British Columbia.
From the 20th July to 31st December, 1871, 1872, 1873, 1874, 1875, 1876, 1877, 1878, 1st January to 30th June, 1879, 1879-80 1880-81, 1881-82, 1882-83, and 1883-84.
EEVENUE.
Dominion of Canada:—
Annual payment of Interest, at 5 per Cent	
Do. Subsidy 	
Do. Grant per capita 	
Do.        for Lands to be conveyed in trust.
31st Dec.
(six months)
Land Sales	
Land Revenue	
Rents (exclusive of Land)	
„    (Pastoral Leases)	
,,    (Ferries)	
,,    (Timber Leases)	
Free Miners' Certificates.	
Mining- Receipts, General	
Licences	
Fines, Forfeitures, and Fees	
Fees of Office	
Assay Fees	
Sale of Government Property	
Reimbursements in aid	
Miscellaneous Receipts	
Sale of School Books	
Marriage Licences	
Road Tolls	
Arrears, Real Estate Tax (1 per cent.) 1865-6
Provincial Revenue Tax	
School Tax	
Real Property Tax	
Personal Property Tax	
Income Tax	
Wild Land Tax	
Delinquency on Taxes	
2i per cent. Commission on Tax Sales	
Printing Office Receipts	
Supreme Court Fees	
County Court Fees	
Law Stamps	
Registry Fees	
Immigration Refunds	
Interest 	
Sumass Dyking Act, 1878, Refunds	
Victoria City Tax	
Real Estate Tax Redemption	
Revenue Service Refunds	
Road Tax 	
Survey Fees	
Asylum for the Insane	
Sale of Consolidated Statutes	
Assessment Act Suspense Account	
Immigration	
Guarantee Premium Refunds	
Graving Dock	
Chinese Tax	
Bridge Tolls	
Interest on Investment of Sinking Funds ..
Tax Sale Deeds	
Dominion Government, advance on Graving Dock account'(43 Vic, Cap.
Do. do.        Graving fJock Settlement (47 Vic.,"chap. 14)	
Deposits	
British Columbia Loan Act, 1874
Do. do.       1876
Do. do.       1877
Do. do.       1881
42 Vic, Chap. 28, Statutes of British Columbia
Dominion of Canada, 37 Vic, Chap. 17, sec 2, Statutes of Canada, and
37 Vic, Chap. 1, sec. 1, Statutes of British Columbia
Totals §
$15,500 00
17,500 00
24,000 00
50,000 00
8,863 71
2,724 00
4,760 00
8,136 91
9,618 56
7,466 84
2,900 62
2,390 59
214 12
179 49
947
28,622 92
5,583 93
535 86
191,819 67
27 12
191,846 79
1873.
1st January
31st Dec.
§31,000 00
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
4,269 22
6,079 76
2,225 68
8,377 50
7,552 50
44,410 00
10,097 16
5,431 16
1,671 59
2,121 54
1,626 71
455 00
714 44
1,949 49
2,914
239 45
5,000 00
327,215 54
944
1874.
1st January
§39,147 22
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
10,636 99
7,235 43
1,630 79
6,715 00
4,937 73
30,368 06
11,264 92
4,701 66
1,251 75
8,060 25
28,363 34
950 79
6,891 89
""42'75
18,096 98
5,000 00
370,150 38
370,150 38
9,611 76
828,160 46
379,762 14
1S75.
1st January
31st Dec.
846,977 69
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
23,617 86
5,985 49
11,187 50
7,786 63
25,387 50
12,197 95
3,935 53
1,268 15
19,330 54
302 70
390 00
"i'ii"'*
1,S92 72
"iifis
23,068 78
372,417 51
372,417 51
5,449 99
189,150 00
567,017 50
$42,029 09
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
19,417 84
4,995 70
855 00
8,762 50
7,009 00
26,926 27
11,644 56
5,082 35
1,170 12
10,978 55
248 73
974 50
'219 16
1,478 01
1,032 63
 7
17,386 77
351,240 9:
12,507 24
68,000 00
339,150 00
760,898 16
1876.
1st January
1877. -
1st January
826,896 72
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
16,749 73
5,059 41
230 75
10,037 50
7,669 00
29,190 69
12,098 44
3,607 95
1,047 28
13,161 04
355 00
27,581 54
155 56
16,182 17
9,229 45
8,129 79
454 93
2,118 51
40 71
54 87
27 00
1,634'66
381,119 92
6,192 48
32,850 00
86,000 00
506,162 40
1878.
1st January
31st Dec.
825,093 56
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
22.119 79
5,414 45
217 50
10,087 60
6,909 00
26,896 50
11,345 03
4,338 48
843 19
),750 47
131 50
535 00
29,070 66
134 26
20,130 66
25,060 92
12,870 45
1,450 15
7,641 20
295 00
4,518 14
10 50
77 79
408,348 29
3,761
20,000 00
4,500 00
727,500 00
1,164,109 37
1879.
1st January
to
30th June,
(six months)
825,093 56
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
40,092 56
3,982 01
11,925 00
8,593 75
24,720 20
5,076 22
3,312 90
596 75
1,290 44
7,582 83
174 49
664 65
532 50
32,435 72
119 68
21,092 25
25,389 26
12,186 80
1,255 87
9,530 93
999 10
241 38
1,236 45
527 20
2,036 24
309 00
2,664 79
1,499 61
28 88
35 70
5 75
307 36
991 19
15 72
55 00
78 75
43 50
117 00
430,785
4,226 01
45,500 00
480,512 00
812,546 78
17,500 00
24,000 00
50,000 00
26,034 45
1,689 44
462 50
30 00
4,625 00
2,676 50
10,387 50
856 50
120 50
240 50
287 65
269 19
146 00
70 53
290 00
8,397 45
25 74
15,690 66
10,640 89
11,494 56
669 22
6,883 28
1,083 65
31 44
187 97
683 19
683 05
2,536 S3
275 00
401 28
448 39
55
2 19
205 91
70 00
413 31
20 00
See belov
213,057 74
213,057 74
*508 13
21 20
1879-80.
1st July
825,086 23
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
22,032 44
3,801 00
628 50
25 56
150 00
1,263 41
9,527 50
5,413 50
25,301 10
2,811 00
59 26
701 25
414 35
899 45
909 25
107 96
530 00
32,158 47
130 90
ssjsis'oo
11,212 58
11,470 03
1.217 85
5.218 45
1,329 23
6 88
475 29
1,894 09
4,570 63
4,742 43
326 30
2,610 57
1,300 00
172 18
39 39
702 50
371 01
25 00
138 00
128 si
2,047 50
390,907 91
390,907 91
1,576 74
1880-81.
1st July
30tii Juse.
825,019 12
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
16,570 38
4,540 25
335 00
180 00
067 59
8,900 00
5,343 50
26,355 00
2,623 45
11 25
865 50
61 25
2,373 01
1,380 07
151 42
745 00
40,065 04
181 93
27,246 00
12,710 80
13,708 06
1,134 85
6,491 46
146 95
5 63
306 70
1,026 10
1.870 86
2.871 95
5,092 50
90 50
1,671 11
7 73
21 28
152 37
228 32
200 00
1,225 18
10 00
146 91
261 80
1,029 24
10 00
397,035 06
213,587 07]  392,484 65
397,035 06
1881-82.
1st July
30th June.
824,366 33
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
19.178 28
3,927 00
321 15
20 00
75 00
472 00
6,9S2 50
4,426 50
21,452 50
4,518 00
10 00
808 25
4,510 78
1,468 56
6,608 21
685 00
42,000 67
130 19
28,920 00
828 00
12,244 35
12,934 23
911 78
5,604 75
6 04
7 66
392 97
1,425 28
13 50
3,066 30
5,379 19
159 00
975 29
3,726 94
12 12
81 72
153 00
67 30
355 00
641 70
15 00
2 62
20
2,507 93
170 00
405,583 49
47,660 22
453,243 71
1,378 26
454,621 97
1882-83.
1st July
8 24,995 66
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
26,034 57
2,916 50
310 00
25 00
125 00
593 38
6,625 00
3,430 50
18,665 00
2,929 25
5 00
977 75
229 90
1,277 78
11,618 95
45 48
835 00
39,728 29
125 12
47,613 00
12,263 94
13,554 43
927 55
5,162 92
774 92
1,356 03
2,847 80
7,582 87
238 50
572 85
93 02
19 75
13 13
462 50
448
15 00
13 50
4,125 98
425,808 15
425,808 15
10,500 00
436,308 15
1883-84.
1st July
30th Juse.
5 24,995 66
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
91,432 67
4,953 50
207 00
150 00
1,820 69
7,607 50
6,292 50
17,770 00
5,098. 25
874 35
995 25
3,796 35
13,460 50
34 52
1,175 00
29,408 38
79 04
48,686 00
15,361 90
15,258 27
968 57
5.402 01
24
1,594 74
2,162 98
3,168 80
9,739 19
35 94
351 96
75 75
30 13
725 00
44 10
25 00
6,081 97
310 00
603,173 71
134,512 66
250,000 00
887,686 37
3,593 58
891,279 95
EXPENDITURE.
II.-
III.-
IV.-
V,-
VI.-
VII.-
-PublicDebt:-
Interest .. .*.	
Sinking Fund "Loan Act, 1874," including Interest invested
Do.       (Trustees' account), "Loan Act, 1877,"	
Do. do. do.   Interest invested
Premium and Exchange	
Discount and Commission	
* Redemption of Debentures	
-Civil Government (Salaries)	
-Administration of Justice (Salaries)	
-Legislation	
-Public Institutions (Maintenance) :■
Assay Office	
Printing Office	
Lunatic Asylum	
-Hospitals and Charities
-Administration of Justice (other than Salaries):—
Administration of Justice	
Police and Gaols	
-Education.
—Transport .
-Rent  	
VIII
IX
X.
XI.—Revenue Services	
XII.—Public Works :—
Works and Buildings	
Government House, Victoria	
Roads, Streets, and Bridges	
Surveys	
Do.     Sumass Dyking Scheme	
** Graving Dock 	
Do. Contract No. 3 (42 Vic, c. 20).
XIII,—Miscellaneous Expenditure:—
Miscellaneous Expenditure	
Drawbacks and Refund of Duties
Real Estate Tax Redemption ....
Immigration	
Royal Commission (Texada)	
Municipalities	
t Indian Commission  	
t Kootenay Royal Commission  ..
Allowances   	
Office Contingencies 	
Pensions, Gratuities, &c	
Deposits repaid    :	
Sinking Fund (Trustees' Account) Loan of 1S77, Interest invested .
Dominion Savings Bank, Interest invested	
* REDEMrTION.
British Columbia Loan Act, 1874 	
Totals 8
1871.
20tii July
to
31st Dec.
(six months)
S 2,873 96
2,767 85
9,889 55
2,578 06
2,632 03
117 62
712 88
2,858 13
21,234 70
12,676 22
412 25
1,601 66
20 00
143 65
1872.
1st January
8 8,194
101,935 85
14,816 10
4,912 40
35,206 62
25,435 78
7,164 86
1,151 50
353 24
24,125 70
153,870 71
8 97,691 81
36,732 33
185 29
18 00
2,938 16
1.S90 16
886 19
485 00
432,082 71
1873.
1st January
8      688 ■
77,281 99
11,991 66
4,111 51
14,045 63
6,611 45
25,074 52
39,999 89
5,094 60
498 53
1,471 63
21,545 79
100,601 11
11,371 49
2,032 31
300 00
372,618 64
8,299 98
1874.
1st January
8     563 79
86,310 75
11,205 79
681 03
2,689 31
4,293 85
12,067 67
6,234 11
21,393 11
38,908 30
5,678 63
314 50
5,532 02
290,354 40
32,202 55
3,494 56
1,451 18
583,355 89
925 68
1875.
1st January
31st Dec.
8 8,853 50
see below *
87,099 73
14,111 59
672 87
5,578 68
0,885 98
17,679 18
6,069 20
20,288 77
38,891 42
4,401 09
354 50
4,327 85
48,672 35
200.S88 89
31,493 05
37,110 90
735 44
44 00
000 00
614,658 89
1,217 65
213,400 00
829,276 54
1S76.
1st January
31st Dec.
8 14,943 93
see below *
91,190 07
16,997 14
773 58
1,912 43
9,926 93
14,214 80
7,889 60
18,083 66
44,506 11
3,101 09
274 20
7,178 02
46,174 04
289,980 44
14,302 39
30,6S0 30
2,140 00
150 00
5,250 00
2,108 70
728,310 01
1,799 95
66,6
1877.
1st January
8 40,074
7'275 00
1 36,375 00
93,442 16
15,671 47
531 20
1,433 08
9,357 55
14,682 89
8,268 31
25,891 05
47,129 63
3,231 19
229 20
9,457 31
40,396 75
205,891 41
18,825 33
443 11
40,142 44
55,806 83
2,240 66
7,750'66
6S5,016 34
13,298 40
698,344 74
1878.
1st January
31st Dec.
8 52,072 94
543 00
14,550 00
368 68
488 60
65,500 00
89,338 40
28,454 39
776 48
2,144 29
10,168 65
15,158 98
9,814 19
21,827 14
43,334 01
2,269 30
78 50
6,755 78
14,444 30
77,832 54
3,008 38
1,877 72
18,871 21
30,734 70
' 1,666*66
'2,625'66
'841 65
514,878 83
4,091 35
1879.
1st January
to
30th June.
(six months)
8 24,467 48
7,275 00
351 33
400 26
25,000 00
(   19,663 36
1   18,791 25
12,676 37
551 04
655 95
2,905 14
6,013 75
7,438 72
22,110 70
408 62
24 25
1,301 25
4,079 09
20,227 59
820 82
629 00
4,633 27
6.S95 97
186,715 20
1,640 5C
618,970 18      188,361 70
1879-80.
1st July
30th Juse.
848,235 00
543 00
14,550 00
see below.
832 50
842 93
20,000 00
40,948 63
44,343 04
12,990 59
754 66
672 86
6,466 72
-17,853 62
37,115 53
46,751 12
3,718 28
48 50
7,499 65
8,405 39
372 79
97,097 07
131 00
1,895 36
14,018 78
446,574 99
2,383 17
54 36
18S0-81.
1st July
to
30th June.
847,010 00
543 00
14,550 0!)
see below.
617 64
243 19
41,468 27
44,620 34
12,775 45
579 89
1,780 49
6.213 69
29,133 27
47,157 07
1,651 05
84 50
7,519 96
11,308 52
700 00
67,339 26
565 75
1,929 75
4,297 82
20,777 00
962 60
43 45
1881-82.
1st July
30th June.
845,473 89
619 48
14,560 00
2,431 45
240 00
488 97
20,000 00
42,626 46
47,166 54
13,320 45
443 90
1,305 30
5,170 52
21,837 02
49,265 24
1,843 28
822 50
3,978 38
18,270 78
4,072 35
76,915 82
696 99
300 00
19,151 03
48,596 27
19,017 e;
474,428 23
63 56
1882-83.
1st July
30th Juse.
8 46,946 51
543 00
14,550 00
3,098 77
173 26
483 44
5,500 00
44,088 82
46,380 49
17,382 80
559 77
1,379 46
5,862 61
17,147 25
31,046 15
50,823 62
1,679 99
773 50
3,973 70
21,313 35
7,620 48
112,258 77
956 11
457,026 26, 379,789 74  474,491 79
1883-84.
1st July
50,836 91
80,690 33
28,032 93
594,101 92
47,717 21
643 00
14,550 00
5,948 98
180 CO
513 50
12,500 00
47,322 93
48,917 80
14,313 21
496 06
1,691 64
6,587 85
17,757 58
48,562 12
58,361 23
5,510 64
48 50
4,584 51
32,007 14
3,391 69
177,071 78
2,791 83
364 50
1,684 87
,210 95
590,029 02
2 08
593,631 10
** Graving Dock in 1872, $3,752 19, expenses for preliminary survey, advertising, &c, brought to account in Wrorks and Buildings Expenditure.
Do. 1873,  2,715 35,      do. do. do. do. (8215.35) in Works and Buildings, and (82,500) in Miscellaneous.
t Indian Commission in 1877, 811,405 77, brought to account in Miscellaneous Expenditure.
Do. 1878,    2,170 55 do. do.
Do. 1879,       550 00 do. do.
t Kootenay Royal Commission, 1879, 81*2 92.    do.
do,
7 This item (836,375) being 4 per cent, discount on Loan of 1877 for £150,000    829,100 00
1      ,,       commission to Bank B. C. on ,,            7,275 00
,$36,375 00
is charged to "Miscellaneous Expenditure1' in the Ledg'er, but was omitted in the Account Current and Detailed Statements for 1877
as published. The amount of the Loan for 1877 is entered in the Account Current for that year as 8691,125, instead of 8727,500, and
"Miscellaneous Services"at 855,806.83, instead of 892,181.83, as entered in the Ledger; Discount and Commission, 836,375, having
been left out.
The following- Expenditure in connection with the Loan of 1877, is also charged to "Miscellaneous Services" of that year, as
Expenses of B. C. Loan, viz. :—
Exchange on drafts  8938 00
Payment of services, H. H. Hughes    131 25
Expenses and do.,    T. L. Stahlschmidt 2,572 43
Telegrams ..
3,641 68
.. 1,001 67
$4,643 33
Jas. Judson Young,
Deputy Treasurer. 48 Vic.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30tii Junk, 1881.
41
RETURN showing Debentures outstanding under the British Columbia Loan Acts,
on the 30th June, 1884.
Debentures Outstanding, Loan, 1S74.
Date of issue on
Debentures.
25th October, 1875.
Date of issue.
1st July, 1877.
Eate issued from
Treasury.
1st January, 1877.
Debentures Outstanding under Loan Act, 1877.
Number (inclusive). Denomination
(       1 to   500
I    501 to 1000
600 @ £100
500 @ £200
Denomination
2 @ 810,000
£ 50,000 , m ws,
£100,000 ) ® *4S&
8 20,000 00
727,500 00
8747,500 00
Treasury,
15th December, 1884 ■
J. Judson Young,
Deputy Treasurer.
Statement of Sinking Fund, "Loan Act, 1874," deposited with the Bank of British Columbia.
Date.
Particulars.
Amoust.
8          29
1,537 22
2,000 00
132 99
83,670 50
Treasury,
loth December, IS84.
J. Judson Young,
Deputy Treasurer. 42
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
Statement of the sums paid to the
(40 Vic., Chap. 20), on account
June, 1884, with interest accruing
Trustees "British Columbia Loan Act, 1877,"
of Sinking Fund, from 1st July, 1877, to 30th
therefrom.
Date.
Particulars.
Amount.
November  9, 1877	
87,275 00
7,275 00
7,275 00
October      7,   ,,   	
April           9, 1879	
7,275 00
June          30,    „   	
508 13
7,275 00
503 39
March        22, 1880	
598 36
„             30,   „   	
7,275 00
891 39
June          30,    „   	
7,275 00
7,275 00
March       31,1881	
June          30,   „   	
980 79
September 30,   ,,   	
7,275 00
1,130 24
March        31, 1882	
7,275 00
June          30,    ,,   	
1,301 21
7,275 00
1,453 18
7,275 00
November 30,    ,,   	
March        31, 1883	
June          30,    „   	
1,594 03
7,275 00
1,785 61
7,275 00
April          30, 1884	
4,114 71
8116,711 04
Statement of the Sinking Fund, shewing the amount invested by the Trustees "British
Columbia Loan Act, 1877" (40 Vic., Chap. 20), as brought to account to the 80th
June, 1884..
Date.
April
July
January
September
January
June
December
June
November
June
November
June
1878
1879
1SS0
1881
1882
1883
18S4
Canada Debentures 5 per cent .
do. do.
do. 4 per cent .
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Victoria, Australia
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Particulars.
Canada Registered Bonds, 3£ per cent.
Amount.
8 7,027 65
6,968 25
453 47
7,667 85
7,904 89
7,853 36
8,172 S5
7,647 81
9,275 62
8,196 60
8,750 00
8,697 26
9,283 63
8,950 07
9,669 38
8116,418 59
Statement  of Expenses   paid by the Trustees "British Columbia  Loan Act,   1877,"
(40 Vic, Chap. 20), in connection with the investment of sums remitted to them.
May 9, 1878
December 31,1879
March 22, 1880
June 30,   ,,
June 30, 18S1
December 31,    ,,
June 30,1S32
December 31,   ,,   .
June 30, 1883
„ 30, 1884
Particulars.
Amount.
8      50
76 83
20 61
do             	
20 61
do	
18 19
do	
21 82
do      	
19 40
do	
20 62
do                              	
21 82
do	
72 60
.
8 282 45
Treasury,
loth December, 18S4,
.T. Jubson Youxg,
Deputy Treasurer, 48 Vie.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30tii June, 1884.
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FOR   THE   YEAR   ENDED   30TH   JUNE,   1884.
Heads of Receipts,
;   Fiscal Year.
: 1st ;Jely, 1883,
SjiTG,'
;30th June, 1884.
Dominion of Canada :—
Yearly payment of Interest	
Do. Subsidy	
Do. Grant per capita	
Do. for Lands conveyed in trust for Railway purposes
Land Sales	
,,   Revenue	
Rents (exclusive of Land)	
,,     (Ferries)	
,,     (Timber Leases)	
Free Miners' Certificates	
Mining Receipts, General	
Licences.
Fines, Forfeitures, and Fees	
Assay Fees	
Sale of Government Property	
Reimbursements in aid	
Miscellaneous Receipts	
Sale of School Books	
Marriage Licences	
Road Tolls	
Arrears, Real Estate Tax (1 per cent.) 1805-66	
Provincial Revenue Tax	
Real Property Tax	
Personal Property Tax	
Income Tax	
Wild Land Tax	
Tax Sale Deeds	
Printing- Office Receipts	
Supreme Court (Probate Fees) 	
Law Stamps	
Registry Fees	
Interest 	
Survey Fees	
Real Estate Tax Redemption	
Asylum for the Insane	
Revenue Service (Refunds)	
Sale of Consolidated Statutes	
Road Tax 	
Interest on Investments of Sinking Funds	
2£ per cent. Commission on Tax Sales	
Dominion Government, Esquimalt Graving Dock (43 Vic, chap.
Graving Dock Settlement (47 Vic , chap. 14)	
9 24,995 66
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
91,432 67
4,953 50
207 00
150 00
1,820 69
7,607 50
6,292 50
17,770 00
5,098 25
874 35
995 25
3,796 35 .
13,460 50
34 52
1,175 00
29,408 38
79 04
48,686 00
15,361 90
15,258 27
968 57
5,402 01
310 00
1,594 74
2,162 98
3,168 80
9,739 19
35 94
725 00
351 96
44 10
75 76
25 00
30 13
6,081 97
24
134,512 66
250,000 00
Total Receipts of Revenue	
Personal Accounts.
Account Current, Bank of British Columbia	
Island Railway Lands (47 Vic, chap. 14)	
British Columbia Loan Trustees	
Columbia and Kootenay Railway and Transportation Co.
Dominion Savings Bank Sinking Fund Loan, 1874	
Investments	
McNamee & Co	
Japanese Government	
W. A. Johnston, Contractor, Sections 5 and 6, Trunk Road.
T. McK. Lambly, Collector, Okanagan .
J. Broadwell,
F. Hussey,
J. C. Haynes,
J. Clapperton,
E. Duncan,
H. Fry,
C. Phair,
J. E. White,
Geo. Kenney,
J. F. Allison,
G. W. Chadsey,
H. Nicholson.
Salt Spring Island	
Lytton	
Osoyoos   	
Nicola  	
Comox	
Cowichan	
Lillooet	
Skeena	
Omineca	
Similkameen	
Sumass	
Osoyoos	
C. Todd. Superintendent of Police, Victoria	
H. B. Roycraft, „ „ „        	
Thos. Elwyn, Deputy Provincial Secretary	
C. J. Leggatt, Acting Registrar-General of Titles	
Thomas Harris, Registrar under Marriage Ordinances	
Superintendent of Education	
The Hon. the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works	
Do. do. do. do. (Advance account).
The Hon. the Provincial Secretary (Advance account)	
The Hon. the Attorney-General do. 	
J. C. Prevost, Registrar, Supreme Court	
R. Jones, Assessor, Victoria   	
W. K. Bull, Collector,    ,,      	
Cash in hand of Deputy Treasurer on 1st July, 18S3
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
J. C. Hughes, Sub-Accountant, New Westminster, 1st July, 1883.
J. Bowron,
W. Dewdney,
G. C. Tunstall,
F. Soues,
M. Bray,
A. W. Vowell,
W. Dewdney, Sub-Accountant, Yale, on 30th June, 1884.
J. L. Crimp, do. Cassiar, do.
do.
Cariboo,
do.
Yale,
do.
Kamloops
do.
Clinton,
do.
Nanaimo,
do.
Cassiar,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Heads of Expenditure.
534,667 12
605 00
72 50
1,185 57
3,593 58
1,537 22
12,500 00
875 00
„196 25
8,189 90
24,047 22
489 47
18,441 31
46 09
1,557 18
815 86
4,297 14
556 63
589 50
' 392 60
77 50
51 00
280 47
3,693 25
1,339 75
2,600 74
4,824 79
690 00
586 25
66,715 37
3,603 89
853 47
2,150 00
2,001 45'
18,835 40'
6,003 00
9,790 26
1,390 20
1,363 40
61S 65
l',460 28
2,143 11
291 38
302 33
155 47
395 21
9 1,624,464 03
I.—Public Debt:—
Interest > . $ 47,717 21
Sinking Fund (Dominion Savings Bank), Loan Act, 1874  543 00
Do.          (Trustees' account), Loan Act, 1877  14,550 00
Accrued Interest on Sinking Fund invested  5,948 98
Premium and Exchange  180 00
Discount and Commission  i. 513 50
Redemption  12,500 00
II.—Civil Government (Salaries) ,	
III.—Administration of Justice (Salaries) 	
IV.—Legislation ,'	
V.—Public Institutions (maintenance):—
Assay Office  $     496 06
Printing Office  1,691 64
Asylum for the Insane  6,587 85
VI.—Hospitals and Charities ,	
VII.—Administration of Justice (other than Salaries)	
VIII.—Education ,
IX.—Transport	
X.—Rent	
XI.—Revenue Services    	
XII.—Public Works:—
Works and Buildings	
Government House, Victoria	
Roads, Streets, and Bridges ,	
Surveys	
Graving Dock	
Do.        Contract No. 3	
XIII.—Miscellaneous Expenditure	
Total Expenditure	
Personal Accounts.
Account Current, Bank of British Columbia	
Bank of British Columbia, Special Deposit ;.
The Corporation of the City of Victoria	
Columbia and Kootenay Railway and Transportation Co	
Deposits	
Bank of British Columbia, Sinking Fund Loan, 1874	
McNamee & Co	
W. A. Johnston, Contractor, Sections 5 and 6, Trunk Road	
T. McK. Lambly, Collector, Okanagan	
J. Broadwell, ,, Salt Spring Island	
F Hussey, ,, Clinton	
J. Clapperton, „ Nicola	
E. Duncan, ,, Comox	
H. Fry, ,, Cowichan	
C. Phair, ,, Lillooet	
J. E. White, „ Skeena	
Geo. Kenney, ,, Omineca <.;..
J. F. Allison, ,, Smilkameen ,	
G. W. Chadsey, „ Sumass 	
H. Nicholson, ,, Osoyoos	
C. Todd, Superintendent of Police, Victoria s	
H. B. Roycraft,       „ „ „	
Thos. Elwyn, Deputy Provincial Secretary	
C. J. Leggatt, Acting Registrar-General of Titles	
Thomas Harris, Registrar under Marriage Ordinances	
Superintendent of Education	
The Hon. the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works	
Do. do. do. do.        (Advance account)	
The Hon. the Provincial Secretary (Advance account)	
The Hon. the Attorney-General do. .... (	
J. C. Prevost, Registrar, Supreme Court	
R. Jones, Assessor, Victoria	
W. K. Bull, Collector,    „	
Cash in hands of Deputy Treasurer on 30th June, 1884	
Do. "*C. Warwick, Sub-Accountant, New Westr., on 30th June, 1884 ..
Do. A. W. Vowell, do. Kootenay, do.
Do. J. Bowron, do. Cariboo, do.
Do. G. C. Tunstall, do. Kamloops, do.
Do. F. Soues, do. Clinton, do.
Do. M. Bray, do. Nanaimo, do.
Do. W. Livingstone,       do. Lillooet, do.
Fiscal Year.
1st July, 1883;
TO
SOth JunEj 1884.
$ 81,952 69
47,382 93
48,917 80
14,313 21
8,775 66
17,757 58
48,562 12
■68,361 23
6,510 64
48 50
4,584 51
32,007 14
3,391 69
177,071 78
2,791 33
364 50
1,684 87
37,210 96
$ 590,629 02
740,366 48
100,000 00
854 60
898 91
2 08
3,670 50
11,712 00
8,189 90
24,811 47
489 47
17,678 11
1,581 55
811 86
4,282 92
543 00
582 00
392 50
77 50
51 00
768 47
8,543 26
1,739 75
2,600 7.4
4,824 79
690 00
553 00
66,715 37
4,153 89
753 47
2,150 00
2,001 45
18,835 40
, 6,003 00
4,349 31
1,806 79
614 44
491 12
1,670 63
1,188 44
985 85
600 00
1 1
9 1,624,464 03
,ui-
Examined and found Correct.
J. McB. SMITH,
Auditor,
llth December, 1881,.
J. JUDSON YOUNG,
Deputy  Treasurer. 44
REVENUE FOR TI
Return of Revenue Collected and b
[E FISCAL YEAR ENDED
30th JT
JNE,  1884
1st July, 188
ROUGHT   TO   ACCOUNT   AT   TREASURY, PROM
ij   To 30th June,  1884.
Heads of Receipt.
Received
from
sundry
sources
at
Treasury.
Victoria
City.
Victoria
District.
Esquimalt
District.
Cowichan District.
Nanaimo
District.
Ccmox
District.
New Westminster
City.
New Westminster
District.
Yale District.
Lillooet District.
Kootenay
District.
Cariboo District.
Cassiar
District.
Skeena
and
Coast
Cowichan.
SaltSpring
Island.
Yale.
Similka-
Lytton.    meen and
Osoyoos.
Nicola.
Kamloops
Okanagan
Lillooet.
Clinton.
Cariboo.
Omineca.
Dominion of Canada :—
Do.             Subsidy       35,000 00
Do.            Grant per capita      48,000 00
Do.            for Lands conveyed    100,000 00
207,995 66
8207,995 66
12,252 37
275 00
6,254 50
182 00
25 00
3,741 50
452 50
2,394 50
289 00
79 50
458 50
5,471 55
578 00
9,592 75
331 50
22,055 00
218 00
21,231 50
81 00
20 00
179 00
1,990 00
716 50
,6,349 50
343 00
91,432 67
2 00
100 00
320 00
30 00
399 50
4,953 50
180 00
207 00
25 00
125 00
150 00
70 69
1,760 00
85 00
6 00
150 00
1,820 69
360 00
2,345 00
160 00
12 00
5 00
5 00
2 50
1,155 00
559 50
65 00
107 50
6,602 50
468 25
65 00
,    37 50
2,070 00
1,040 50
75 00
7 50
15 00
25 00
90 00
87 50
905 00
879 75
195 00
320 00
910 00
227 50
900 00
267 00
1,152 60
485 00
700 00
24 50
3,550 00
2,299 00
2,302 50
50 00
874 35
149 50
180 00
147 50
65 00
920 00
690 00
945 00
iii 66
10 00
7,607 50
6,292 50
605 00
820 00
195 00
20 00
5 00
670 00
1,345 76
70 00
17,770 00
396 00
5,098 25
874 35
10 00
854 60
285 00
690 00
58 25
25 00
737 00
15 50
995 25
2,473 00
12-883 50
78 00
30 50
105 00
390 75
71 00
190 00
3,796 35
3 00
10 00
7 00
30 00
13,021 78
72 00
15 00
7,793 27
19 50
25 00
10 00
15 00
11 60
45 00
5,707 60
1 00
66 50
15 00
13,460 50
10 00
10 00
15 00
1,175 00
2,885 73
29,408 38
44 97
3 19
3,650 09
441 96
23 33
1,951 00
118 75
4 40
192 75
86 42
0 75
14 50
3 15
1,032 59
1,202 91
87 60
61 95
79 04
202 79
28 68
384 70
47 72
667 28
1,053 81
7 80
125 74
455 83
317 25
9 00
10 00
259 27
275 20
259 68
745 17
604 86
633 86
760 66
412 32
758 35
837 12
27 64
54 80
489 56
740 66
45 52
16 00
15,361 90
6,890 07
754 15
53 40
15.258 27
38 75           25 00
 i     2,181 59
968 57
Wild Land Tax -	
546 49
429 11
0 24
23 25
32 44
100 00
15 70
279 90
386 49
1,202 10
5,402 01
24
1,553 99
1,989 45
34 52
2 00
2 50
1,594 74
4 00
168 03
1 50
2,162 98
34 52
7,773 10
26 00
62 00
1 82
1 25
69 00
3 00
29 75
16 00
9,739 19
2 50
31 62
1 00
116 00
35 94
73 50
| .
75 75 ■
10 00
35 00
10 00
40 00
220 00         295 00
725 00
44 10
25 00
 i	
44 10
25 00
30 13
30 13
141 03
44 03
162 38
4 52
351 96
6,081 97
j
6,081 97
238 20
50 00
5,211 00
615 05
41 00
70 00
11,403 00
7i no
185 30
20 00
987 00
110 50
1 50
189 50
5 50
3,168 80
50 00
2.052 00
120 00
1,206 00
	
310 00
6,567 00
654 00
258 00
345 00
1,620 00
10,299 00
1,179 00j        114 00
261 00
483 00
1,251 00
601 00
3,348 00
486 00
462 00
48,686 Q0
134,512 66
250,000 00
Dominion Government—Advance on Graving Dock Account,
503,173 71
134,512 66
Dominion Government—Graving Dock Settlement Account,
Act 47 Vic., chap. 14	
 j
250,000 00
8
622,325 60
24,009 92
19,920 13
11,391 06
5,455 01
494 47
12,894 47 j     1,429 86
5,891 52    25,727 51
31,707 98
13,160 35!     1,230 97
1,581 55
14,880 92
26,561 47
1,310 00
33,569 92
3.187 44
16,985 09
392 50
6,284 13
7,294 50
8887,686 37
Note.—In "Miscel'aneous Receipts" is included the forfeiture of 810,000, and interest thereon, by F. B. McNamee, for Esquimalt Gra
Memo.—The Revenue under "Lillooet" is only to 30th April; after that date it merges into Clinton.
Audit Office,
15th December,  1884.
ing Dock Contract,
J, McB. SMITH,
Auditor. 48 Vic.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
45
EXPENDITURE.
SUMMARY  OF  EXPENDITURE  FOR  THE   FISCAL  YEAR
ENDED   30TH   JUNE,   1884.
[Period from 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.]
SERVICE.
I.—Public Debt	
II.—Civil Government (Salaries)	
III.—Administration of Justice (Salaries)	
IV.—Legislation	
V.—Public Institutions (Maintenance)	
VI.—Hospitals and Charities	
VII.—Administration of Justice (other than Salaries)	
VIII.—Education	
IX.—Transport 	
X.—Rent	
XI.—Revenue Services	
XII.—Public Works :—
Works and Buildings	
Government House, Victoria	
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves	
Surveys	
Graving Dock	
Do.        Contract No. 3 (42 Vic, chap. 20).
-Miscellaneous	
XIII.
8 364 50 j
1,684 87 J
Total .
9 00
20 00
3,016 50
204 58
120 37
20 00
1,003 35
8 4,843 95
Total
Expenditure.
$  81
47
32;
8
177
2
2
37.
952 69
322 93
917 80
313 21
775 55
757 58
562 12
361 23
510 64
48 50
584 61
007 14
391 69
.071 78
791 33
.049 37
210 95
8 590,629 02
Audit Office,
loth December, 1884-
J. McB. SMITH,
Auditor,
ERRATUM.
P&ye 56—For Vote No. 48, read Vote 4fa, 46
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, .to 30tii June, 188*4.
EXPENDITURE.
RECAPITULATION   OF EXPENDITURE  FOR   THE  FISCAL   YEAR
ended 30th june, 1884.
[Period, From 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.]
Page.     Vote,
49
49
49
49
49
49
49
60
60
50
50
60
60
50
60
60
60
51
61
61
51
51
51
61
61
51
51
52
62
52
62
52
62
52
62
52
52
62
53
53
65
55
55
55
65
65
55
66
65
61
62
63
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
30a
30b
31
32
33
34
35
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
47A
49
60
51
52
63
Service.
I.—Public Debt.
Interest ,	
Sinking Fund	
Premium and Exchange	
Discount and Commission	
Redemption	
II.—Civil Government (Salaries).
Lieutenant-Governor's Office	
Provincial Secretary and Minister of Mines' Department	
do. Printing Branch	
Treasury Department	
Lands and Works Department	
Attorney-General's       do. 	
Land Registry Office	
Legislation	
Registration of Voters	
Assay Office	
Asylum for the Insane	
Revenue Services	
Temporary departmental assistance	
III.—Administration of Justice (Salaries).
Supreme Court (Victoria Judicial District)	
Sheriffs	
County Court	
Police and Gaols, Victoria	
do. Esquimalt ;	
do. New Westminster	
do. do. District	
do. Kootenay	
do. Cariboo	
do. Cassiar	
do. Yale and Lytton	
do. Kamloops	
do. Nanaimo	
do. Comox	
do. Cowichan -	
do. Lillooet District	
IV.—Legislation.
Indemnity to Members	
Mileage	
Registration of Voters (other than Salaries)	
Expenses of Elections	
Contingent Fund, Telegrams, etc	
Journals and Statutes binding	
V.—Public Institutions (Maintenance).
Assay Office, Cariboo  	
Printing Office, Victoria	
Asylum for the Insane, New Westminster	
VI.—Hospitals and Charities.
Hospital, Victoria	
do.     New Westminster	
do.     Cariboo	
do.     Nanaimo	
do.     allowance, Cassiar	
In aid of destitute poor and sick	
In aid of Resident Physician, Clinton	
do. do. Kamloops	
VII.—Administration of Justice (other than Salaries).
Summoning and paying Jurors and Witnesses	
Prosecutions and Interpreters	
Expenses of Inquests	
Criminal Punishments	
Rewards	
Carried forward	
Arrears,   expenditure      Total.
9 00
20 00
358 60
8 487 50
? 47,717 21
21,041 98
ISO 00
513 60
12,500 00
1,500 00
2,910 00
6,037 40
7,080 00
7,773 33
5,040 00
3,769 99
1,000 00
375 00
1,200 00
6,039 96
1,920 00
2,077 25
2,700 00
1,494 28
960 00
7,231 96
840 00
8,646 19
1,440 00
1,839 51
5,277 32
4,445 00
4,670 00
1,200 00
5,220 00
600 00
240 00
2,113 54
10,000 00
2,738 50
17 0C
22 34
449 65
1,085 75
496 06
1,691 64
6,587 85
5,000 00
4,500 00
4,000 00
2,500 00
21 34
521 00
750 00
465 24
10,393 30
1,930 80
1,176 59
501 25
220 00
14,221 94
81,952 i
47,322 !
48,917 .
8,776 65
17,757 68
219,039 76 48 Vic        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
47
77
78
78
79
79
80
80
81
81
81
83
83
83
83
86
88
89
89
89
89
90
90
90
91
91
91
92
92
92
92
92
92
92
92
92
93
93
93
93
93
93
93
93
93
93
93
93
94
94
91
94
Vote.
54
55
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
71
72
73
Service.
VII.
Brought forward	
-Administration of Justice (other than Salaries).— Concluded.
Keep of Prisoners	
Rents	
Special Constables	
Transport of Prisoners and Constables.
Miscellaneous	
Education Office	
Victoria City District	
Victoria District	
Esquimalt District	
Cowichan District	
Nanaimo District	
Comox District	
New Westminster City District.
New Westminster District	
Hope-Yale District	
Lillooet District	
Cariboo District	
Freight on Remittances	
Travelling expenses of Officers on duty
Keep of Horses.	
76
77
78
79
80
81
84
85
86
87
83
89
89a
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
100
101
102
103
101
105
106
107
108
108a
1083
108d
108b
108f
.1083
lOSll
1081
103J
108k
46V. c.37
VIII.—Education.
IX.—Transport.
-Rent.
Government House, Victoria .'	
XI.—Revenue Services.
( Commission  §2,671 01
) Courts of Appeal  284 87
j Travelling Expenses  1,205 38
(. Miscellaneous  423 25
XII.—Public Works.
Works and Buildings.
epairs to Government Buildings and Fences, Victoria	
do. do. do. New Westminster	
do. do. do. Nanaimo	
do. do. do. Yale District	
do. do. do. Cariboo District	
do. do. do. Cassiar	
do. do. do. Kootenay	
do. do. do. Lillooet District	
Repairs to Asylum for the Insane, New Westminster	
Victoria Gaol	
Repairs to New Westminster Gaol	
Furniture for Convalescent Home, Victoria	
Furniture, Government Offices	
Improvement of Government Reserves	
Lock-up at Burrard Inlet	
Additions to Richfield Gaol, Cariboo	
Insurance of Government Buildings	
Public School, Lake District  (construction)	
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
South Chilliwhack,
Chemainus,
Mayne Island,
South Cowichan,
Gabriola Island,
Mud Bay,
Burton's Prairie,
Nicola, nr. Palmer's, do.
South Thompson,    do, 	
Esquimalt, (repairs)	
Victoria, do	
Wellington, do	
Sumass, do	
Chilliwhack, do	
New Westminster (completion) 	
South Saanich, (repairs)	
Cedar Hill, do	
Priest's Valley, Okanagan 	
Maple Ridge (furniture)	
Clover Valley	
Lytton (construction)	
West-South Saanich	
Repairs to Gaol at Lytton	
Lock-up at Spence's Bridge :
Royal Columbian Hospital, New Westminster (repairs).
Land Registry Office, do. 	
Ward School, and fencing Yates Street extension	
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Carried forward .
expenditure
$ 487 50
13 00
1,359 00
1,177 00
19 00
69 49
19 12
1 60
41 87
14 00
23 60
63 12
46 00
11 25
20 00
8 3,390 45
S 14,221 94
15,351 36
449 00
8,941 43
7,978 08
1,620 31
2,988 67
13,028 97
4,771 96
2,687 80
4,462 45
7,579 33
601 50
3,606 77
9,256 04
5,855 82
1,541 96
1,979 96
236 95
9 219,039 76
5,510 64
1,499 91
202 98
400 00
109 43
99 87
20 00
5 25
96 14
10,005 17
408 12
86 57
400 00
1,945 95
259 62
979 75
490 73
1,856 59
500 00
460 00
298 70
200 00
307 50
200 CO
556 00
757 30
395 00
500 00
30 00
356 68
100 00
92 00
109 50
896 00
150 00
331 CO
100 00
100 00
45 00
836 28
125 00
145 86
490 46
600 00
2,140 36
2,298 42
32,007 14
368,113 90 48
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1S83, to 30th June, 1884.
Page.
94
94
94
94
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100
100
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107
109
110
110
111
113
113
113
113
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114
115
115
115
115
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116
116
116
116
116
116
117
117
117
117
117
117
117
118
118
118
119
120
120
120
120
Vote.
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
137A
138
138A
42V.C.20
138b
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
165
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
162a
163
164
165
Service.
Brought forward ...
XII.—Public Works.—Concluded.
Government House.
Repairs to Building..
Furniture	
Fencing	
Water	
Fuel and Light	
Improving Grounds .
Gardener 	
Miscellaneous	
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.
Victoria District	
Victoria and Esquimau District, Bridge Repairs .
Esquimalt District	
Cowichan District	
Victoria-Nanaimo Trunk Road	
Salt Spring Island and Islands at Plumper Pass ..
Nanaimo District	
Comox District	
New Westminster District	
Burrard Inlet Trunk Road	
Municipalities in New Westminster District	
Cowichan Municipality	
Trunk Road, New Westminster to Yale	
Yale District	
Savona Ferry Bridge	
Lillooet District	
Cariboo District	
Kootenay District	
Cassiar District	
Main Trunk Road	
Lillooet Ferry	
Coast Meridian Road	
Surveys.
Surveys throughout the Province	
Exploratory Survey, Kootenay River Reclamation Scheme .
Graving Dock— Esquimalt.
Contract No. 3	
Kinipple & Morris, Resident Engineer's Salary	
XIII. —Miscellaneous.
Advertising .
Stationery..
Postage.
Telegrams	
Fuel and Light	
Library, Legislative and Departmental	
Do.     Attorney-General's Department	
Refunds	
Premium on Guarantee Bonds	
Allowance to Officer, Kootenay, for horse hire, travelling, wood, light, &c.
Fire Department, Victoria	
Do. Nanaimo	
Do. New Westminster	
Do. Cariboo	
Do. Yale	
Reporting Judges' decisions 	
Agricultural Societies	
Telephone Service	
B. C. Agricultural Association, in aid of a Provincial Exhibition	
In aid of Prospecting and Explorations	
Copying Records, &c., for Land Registry Office at New Westminster	
Bonus in aid of establishing Steam Ferry at New Westminster	
Destruction of Wolves and Panthers in settled Districts	
Miscellaneous not detailed in Estimates	
In aid of Immigration (including Salaries of Agents)	
Compiling Maps of British Columbia	
Gratuity to wife of the late T. H. Williams, Clerk of Records	
James Orr—Settlement of claim in 1880 for assisting in Government Office,
New Westminster	
Total.
Arrears.
S 3,390 45
282 60
20 00
375 00
300 00
7 00
10 15
350 00
9 4,843 95
expenditure
294 65
300 71
109 65
591 06
997 98
407
600 00
90 00
11,617 02
1,000 00
7,015 34
6,323 07.
9,154 22
1,517
8,996 36
2,505 31
23,723 47
5,000 00
5,999 92
1,000 00
678 50
13,138 67
14,905 00
11,762
10,001 42
2,133 25
1,947 75
37,027 71
1,325 60
300 00
/
665 37
2,125 96
1,684 87
364 50
1,226 65
3,139 07
1,910 09
1,186 21
2,219 03
396 20
614 20
1,259 80
481 65
199 32
1,500 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
97 20
500 00
298 25
1,000 00
4,299 27
4,960 12
1,000 00
40 00
2,298 45
5,405 44
630 00
200 00
350 00
Total.
8 368,113 90
3,391 09
177,071 78
2,791 33
2,049 37
37,210 95
! 590,629 02
Audit Office,
15th December, 1S84-
J. McB. SMITH.
Auditor. 48 Vic.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.               49
STATEMENT sh
on account c
1884.
Detailed Expenditure.
e Treasury Department,
. Year ended 30th June,
]
owing the Expenditure, as brought to account in th
f the Province of British Columbia, for the Fisca
[Period, from 1st July 1883, to 30th June, 1884
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
9   cts.
Bank of B. C, London...
Do              	
Bank of British Columbia
Bank of British Columbia
for B. C. Loan Trustees
Do               do.
Dominion Savings Bank.
Do.              do.
Bank of British Columbia
Bank of B. C, London..
I.—PUBLIC DEBT.
Vote No. 1.—Interest.
12 months' interest, at 6 per cent., on §727,500, 40 Vic, Chap. 20	
12 months'interest, at 7     do.                 20,000, 37 Vic, Chap. 21	
Accrued interest on Debentures Nos. 1 to 25, inclusive, 44 Vic, Ch. i4
43,650 00
1,400 00
1,007 90
1,659 22
47,717 21
21,041 98
180 00
513 60
12,500 00
Vote No. 2.—Sinking Fund.
1 per cent, on §727,500, 40 Vic, 0. 20, payable in London, 31st Dec, 1883
Do.                  do.                  do.                    do.           30th June, 1884
Accrued interest on investments of Sinking Fund, 40 Vic, Chap. 20,
7,275 00
7,275 00
5,900 32
543 00
48 06
Annual payment on §20,000, 37 Vic, Chap. 21, payable 31st Dec, 1883
Accrued annual interest on Sinking Fund Deposits, 37 Vic, Chap. 21..
Vote No. 3.—Premium and Exchange.
Exchange on drafts to London for Sinking Fund, 40 Vic, Chap. 20 ....
Vote No. 4.—Discount and Commission.
441 00
72 50
Brokerage in London on investment of Sinking Fund, 40 Vic, Chap. 20
Vote No. 5.—Redemption.
Debentures redeemed, Numbers 1 to 25, inclusive, 44 Vic, Chap. 14..
II.—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).
Vote No. 6.—Lieutenant-Governor's Office.
Private Secretary, 12 months, to 30th June, 1884,      @ §100 per month
Messenger, 2 months, to 31st August, 1883,                         25       ,,
Do.     10       ,,       to 30th June, 1884,                            25       „
Vote No. 7.—Provincial Secretary and Minister of Mines.
Deputy Provincial Sec, 12 months, to 30 June, 1884, @ §170 per month
Messenger,                          do.                       do.               72.50      ,,
Printing Branch.
Superintendent, 12 months, to 30th June, 1884,         @ §150 per month
Printer,                    do.                     do.                           100      „
Do.                       do.                     do.                           100      „
Do.    5 months 16 days, 16th July, to 31st Dec, 1883,     55       „
Do.   6 months, 1st January to 30th June, 1884,             65       ,,
Do.   5 months, 1st February to 30th June, 1884,            65       ,,
Sessional Printer, 1st Dec, 1883, to 31st Jan., 1884,          80      „
Do.             4th Nov.,   „        19th Feb.,   „             80      „
Do.              16th   „      „              „             „              80       „
Do.              23 days,                                                     80       „
Do.             10£ days	
Investment Account	
1,200 00
50 00
250 00
81,952 69
1,500 00
2,910 00
6,037 40
7,080 00
T. Elwvn	
2,040 00
870 00
R. Wolfenden 	
1,800 00
1,200 00
1,200 00
303 38
390 00
325 00
160 00
287 08
256 45
61 33
27 08
27 08
G. Williams	
R. Butler 	
F. Partridge	
Do	
Do	
A. E. Poat	
Geo. J. Ford	
Vote No. 8.—Treasury.
Minister of Finance, 12 months, to 30th June, 1884,   @ §250 per month
Deputy Treasurer,        do.                    do.                       170      ,,
Auditor,                       do.                    do.                        170      ,,
3,000 00
2,040 00
2,040 00
J. McB. Smith	
17,527 40 50
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
S   cts.
§   cts.
§   cts.
Hon. W. Smithe ..
W. S. Gore	
F. G. Richards, Jr.
J. J. Austin	
T. H. Williams....
S. Phipps	
Hon. A. E. B. Davie
P. JE. Irving	
H. B. W. Aikman..
C. J. Leggatt	
R. F. Tolmie."	
H. H. Wootton ....
Hon. J. A. Mara ..,
T. Fell	
John Creedan	
E. A. Leigh	
S. Roberts	
R. H. Pidcock	
Henry Fry	
Alex. Mouat	
A. R. Bliss	
J. Phillips	
J. F. Strange	
H. Young	
D. McGregor	
H. H. Williams ....
W. J. Graham	
R. J. Armstrong ...
A. Anderson	
S. Connor	
Jno. Dowdal	
H. Lancaster	
E. B. Keith 	
Flora Ross	
E. Hill	
Jane Munday	
R. J. Bentley, M.D.
R. Jones....
T. H. Giffln.
J. C. Prevost
B. Evans
Brought forward	
II.—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Concluded.
Vote No. 9.—Lands and Works Department.
Chief Commissioner, 12 months, to 30th June, 1884, @ §250 per month
Surveyor-General, do. do. 170      ,,
Draughtsman, do. do. 125       ,,
Clerk of Records, 1st to 31st July, 1883 120       ,,
Do. 1st August to 31st October, 1883, 110      ,,
Do. 5th Nov., 1883, to 30th June, 1884,      100       „
Vote No. 10.—Attorney-General's Department.
Attorney-General, 12 months, to 30th June, 1884, @ §250 per month
Deputy Attorney-General, 12 m., to 30th June, 1884,      170      „
Vote No. 11.—Land Registry Office.
Registrar-General, 1st Julv to 20th Dec, 1883, @ §190 per month
Acting       do.        21st Dec, 1883, to 30th June, 1884      160       „
1st Clerk, 12 months, to 30th June, 1884, 100       ,,
2nd Clerk,      do. do. 40      „
Vote No 12.—Legislation.
Speaker of House of Assembly, Sessional Allowance	
Clerk do. do. 	
Messenger do. do. 	
Vote No. 13.—Registration of Voters.
Collector of Voters for Victoria Citv and Esquimalt Districts, 12 months
to 30th June, 1884	
Collector of Voters for Victoria District, 12 months to 30th June, 1884
Collector of Voters for Comox District, 12 months, to 30th June, 1884
Collector of Voters for Cowichan Dist., 12 months, to 30th June, 1884
Vote No. 14.—Assay Office.
Assayer and Melter, 1st July, 1883, to 30th April„1884, @ §100$ month
Do. 1st May, to 30th June, 1884, 100     ,,
Vote No. 15.—Asylum for the Insane.
Superintendent, 12 months, to 30th June, 18S4,
1st Keeper.
2nd    do.
T. H. Williams .
Alfred Flett	
B. H. John	
A. S. Farwell ...
F. C. Wolfenden
W. S. Phipps....
John Chantrel ..
ird
do.
Inl
do.
4th
do.
4th
do.
5th
do.
5th
do.
5th
do.
5th
do.
@ §100 $1 month
do. do. 50 ,,
do. do. 45 ,,
4 months, 1st July to 31st October, 1883, 45 ,,
8 months, 1st Nov., 1883, to 30th June, 1884, 45 „
1 month, 1st to 31st July, 1883,                           45 „
11 months, 1st Aug., 1883, to 30th June, 1884, 45 „
2 months, 1st July to 31st August, 1883, 40 ,,
4 months, 1st September to 31st Dec, 18S3,    40 ,,
1 month, 1st to 31st January, 1S84,                   40 ,,
5 months, 1st February to 30th June, 1884, 40 ,,
Night watchman, 12 months, to 30th June, 1SS4, 45 ,,
Matron, 12 months, to 30th June, 1884, 50 ,,
Cook, 12 months, do. 40 ,,
Washer, 12 months, do. 10 „
Medical Officer, 12 months,       do.                                           33.33 ,,
Vote No. 16.—Revenue Services.
Assessor and Collector, Victoria City, Victoria and Esquimalt Districts,
12 months, to 30th June, 1884, (ffl §110 $ month
Toll Collector, Cassiar, 6 mo., 1st July to 31st Oct., 1883, and 1st May,
to 30th June, 1884, @ §100 $ month \
Vote No. 17.—Temporary Assistance.
Treasury Department, 1st to 31st July, 1883	
Do. 11 mo., 1st Aug. to 30th June, 1884, @ §100 $ m.
Lands and Works and Provincial Secretary's Departments, 11 month!
17 days, 17th July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884, @ §75 19 month
Professional services in Land Office, 12th January to 31st March, 1884
Assistant in Land Registry Office, 1st April to 30 June, 1884, @ §35 $ m.
Provincial Secretary's Department, 17 days 100   ,,
do. do. 21 days 100   „
III.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (SALARIES).
Vote No. 18.—Supreme Court.
Registrar Supreme Court, 12 months, to 30th June, 1884, @ §165 ^ m
Usher, do. do. do. 60   „
Carried forward	
17,527 40
3,000 00
2,040 00
1,500 00
120 00
330 00
783 33
7,773 33
5,040 00
3,000 00
2,040 00
1,076 66
1,013 33
1,200 00
480 00
3,769 99
250 00
500 00
250 00
1,000 00
150 00
100 00
50 00
75 00
376 00
1,000 00
200 00
1,200 00
1,200 00
600 00
540 00
180 00
300 00
45 00
495 00
80 00
100 00
40 00
200 00
540 00
600 00
480 00
120 00
399 96
6,039 96
1,320 00
600 00
1,920 00
100 00
1,100 00
862 50
387 00
105 00
65 0C
67 75
2,677 25
47,322 93
1,980 00
720 00
2,700 00
2,700 00 48 Vic.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30tii June, 1884.
51
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
§   cts
$   cts
§   cts.
2,700 00
III.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (SALARIES).—Continued.
Vote No. 19.—Sheriffs.
Sheriff, Victoria,        12 months, to 30th June, 1884, @ §41.66 ¥ month
Do.   New Westr.,     9     „        to 31st March   „           41.66      „
Do.           do               4th April to 30th June      „           41.66      „
Do.    Cariboo,            1st July to 30th Sept., 1883           41.66      ,,
Do.         do.                1st Oct., 1883, to 30th June, 1884,41.66      „
Vote No. 20.—County Court.
Registrar County Court, 12 months, to 30th June, 1884, @ §80 * month
Vote No. 21.—Police and Gaols, Victoria.
Supt. of Police, 10 months, 1 July, 1883, to 30 April, 1884, @ §133.33 $ m.
Do.              2       „        1st May to 30th June, 1884,          133.33  ,,
1st Gaoler,         12      „       to 30th June, 1884     '                        100 „
2nd   do.              2      „       1st July to 31st August, 1883             76 „
2nd   do.             7     „      & 10 days, 1 Sep.,'83, to 10 April, '84 76 „
2nd   do.             2     „      & 20   „    11 April to 30 June, 1884  76 „
3rd   do.            12      „       to 30th June, 1884                                60 „
1st Convict Gd. 12     „                 do.                                            80 „
2nd          do.     12      „                  do.                                               60 „
3rd          do.     12     „                do.                                            60 „
Medical Officer, 12     „                do.                                            	
499 92
874 94
119 50
124 98
374 94
W. J. Armstrong	
1,494 28
960 00
C Todd	
1,333 30
266 66
1,200 00
152 00
557 25
202 75
720 00
960 00
720 00
720 00
400 00
H. B. Roycraft	
J. Miles	
E. Truran	
C.Blake	
J. S. Helmcken, M.D	
Vote No. 22.—Police and Gaols, Esquimalt.
Constable, 12 months, to 30th June, 1884, @ §70 ?! month 	
7,231 96
840 00
Vote No. 23.—Police and Gaols, New Westminster City.
Government Agent, 8months, 1 July, '83, to29 Feb., '84, <a8133.33 Sm.
Do.                3                 & 24 d. 7 Mar. to 30 June. '84. 133.33   ..
1,006 64
507 55
825 00
75 00
900 00
1,200 00
912 00
720 00
960 00
720 00
360 OO
400 00
Assistant do.           11      „       1 July, '83, to 31 May, '84,       75
Do.                       1      „        1st to 30th June, 1884                75
Registrar Supreme & County Ct., 12 m., to 30th June, 1884, 75
1st Gaoler,              12 months, to 30th June, 1884                  100
2nd   do.                  12      ,,                     do.                                76
3rd   do.                12     „                    do.                              60
1st Convict Guard. 12     „                    do.                              80
2nd          do.           12      „                     do.                                 60
3rd            do.             6      ..        1st Jan.. to 30th June. 1884.    60
W. Moresby	
W. Edwards	
J. Burr	
C. R. Monk	
C. N. Trew, M.D	
Medical Officer,      12     ,,      to 30th June, 1884,                   	
Vote No. 24.—Police and Gaols, New Westminster District.
Constable, Port Moody,    12 months, to 30th June, 1884, @ §60 ?! month
Do.     Burrard Inlet, 12     ,,                    do.                 60      „
Vote No. 25.—Police and Gaols, Kootenay.
Government Agent, 1 month, 1st to 31st July, 1883,     @ §117 © month
Do.            9 in. 5 days, 1 Aug. '83, to 5 May '84, 117       „
Gold Commr. & S. Mag., 2 months, 1 May to 30 June '84, 208.33 „
Constable & Collector,    2     ,,                    do.                   117      ,,
Vote No. 26.—Police and Gaols, Cariboo.
Government Agent 12 months, to 30th June, 1884,               @ §142 ?! m.
8,646 19
720 00
720 00
J. Miller	
1,440 00
117 00
1,071 85
410 66
234 00
Edward Kellv	
A. W. Vowell	
1,839 51
1,704 00
270 00
1,500 00
1,600 00
83 32
120 00
Do.              	
Constable & Collector, Richfield, 12 m., to 30th June, 1884,     125      „
Do.                   Forks Quesnelle, 12 m., do.                     133.33 ,,
Stipendiary Magistrate, 2 months, 1st May to 30th June, 1884   41.66 ,,
Messenger, Richfield, 12 months, to 30th June, 1884,                 10     ,,
Vote No. 27.—Police and Gaols, Cassiar.
Gold Commr. & S. Mag., 10 months, to 30th April, 1884, @ §187.50 W m.
6,277 32
A. W. Vowell	
1,875 00
1,600 00
60 00
600 00
300 00
120 00
Do	
Additional allowance as Gold Commissioner, May & June '84, 25
Constable, Stickeen, 6 months, 1 Nov. '83, to 30 April '84,   100
Actg. Recorder & Cons., McD. Ck., 3m. 1 July to 30 Sep. '83,100
'
T. H. Giffin 	
J. Mitchell	
Vote No. 28.—Police and Gaols, Yale and Lytton.
Government Agent, Talc, 12 months, to 30th June, 1884,   @ §100 ?! m.
Stipendiary Magistrate,     12      ,,                     do.                         62.50,,
Constable & Coli'r, Yale,   12     „                    do.                       80     „
Do.             do.     10     „      1 July '83, to 30 April '84,80     „
Do.          Lytton, 12     „      to 30th June, 1884,           80     „
4,445 CO
1,200 00
750 00
960 00
800 00
960 00
A. C. Elliott	
J. Kirkup	
H. B. Roycraft	
4,070 00
39,544 26 52
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
A rears,
§   cts.
§   cts.
9   cts.
G. C. Tunstall.
M. Bray	
A. Dick	
W. Stewart	
S. Drake	
H. Booth	
D. Stephenson...
D. Cluness, M.D .
Brought forward	
III.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (SALARIES).—Concluded.
Vote No. 29.—Police and Gaols, Kamloops.
Government Agent, 12 months, to 30th June, 1884,      @ §100 ?! month
Vote No. 30.—Police and Gaols, Nanaimo.
Government Agent,
Inspector of Mines.
Gaoler,
Convict Guard,
Constable,
Do.,    Wellington, 12
Medical Officer, 12
12 months, to 30th June, 1884, @ §100 ?! month
12      „ do. 90
12      ,, do. 85
12      „ do. 00
3      „       1st April do. 80
do.
do.
60
16.66
J. Rodello .
Geo. Kier
F. Soues	
W. Livingstone .
Jno. Boswell
Various Members .
Various Members ,
"British Columbian"..
J. Camp	
Vote No. 30a.—Police and Gaols, Comox.
Constable, 12 months, to 30th June, 1884, @ §50 @ month	
Vote No. 30b.—Police and Gaols, Cowichan.
Constable, 4 months, 1st March to 30th June, 1884, @ §60 ?1 month.
Vote No. 31.—Police and Gaols, Lillooet District.
Government Agent, Clinton, 12 months, to 30th June, 1884, @ §100 ?! m.
Constable and Collector, do. 6      ,,       1 July to 31 Dec 'S3,   100   ,,
Constable, Dog Creek, 7 m. 25 days, 6 Aug. '83, to 31 Mar. '84, 40   „
IV.—LEGISLATION.
Vote No. 32.—Indemnity to Members.
Sessional Allowance 	
Vote No. 33.—Mileage.
From and to place of residence	
Vote No. 34.—Registration of Voters (Other than Salaries.)
Advertising Court of Revision, New Westminster City and District...
Rent of room for holding Court of Revision	
B. C. Express Company.
"British Columbian" ...
G. B. Murray	
Vote No. 35.—Expenses of Elections.
Charges on ballot boxes from New Westminster	
Advertising election proclamation, &c	
Services as Election Clerk, Now West'r, §3; making ballot box, §3.25
Vote No. 36—Contingent Fund.
Victoria Transfer Co..
Jacob Sehl	
Fell & Co	
F. L. Tuckflcld	
Jas Parsons	
C McCormack	
Q Winter   	
J F Howard	
Jno Weiler	
M & H A Fox	
D R Harris	
Thornton Fell 	
David Cathcart	
Munroe Miller	
W& JWilson	
Chas Morton	
R T Williams .
Do
Do
Do
Do
Carriage hire for the late Speaker Williams	
Hire and cartage of chairs   	
Broom, bucket, brushes, &c	
Subscription to " Daily Standard" (3 copies) during session   	
Do. "Colonist" do. do. 	
Do. "Mainland Guardian" and "Nanaimo Free Press," do
Carriage hire at opening and closing Legislative Assembly	
Do.      for Naval Officers, from Esquimalt, at prorogation	
Hire of chairs, crockeryware, &c	
Cutlery	
Engrossing address to His Excellency the Governor-General 	
Supplies, &c, during session, per agreement, §200; postage, §2.75 ...
Services as assistant messenger during session	
Printing admission cards for Legislative Assembly	
1 doz. towels 	
30 copies Hartney's Private Bill Practice  	
Vote No. 37.—Journals and Statutes Binding.
Jno Bibby..,
Jno Murray.
J Morey	
Binding 220 vols. Sessional Papers	
Do.     227   „    Journals 	
Do.     400   „     Statutes, 1884, §300: and 60 vols, of 1878 and 1879,
Do. 3   „ „        and extra lettering (1871 to 1883) 	
Do.     Departmental Reports, &c	
V.—PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).
Vote No. 38.—Assay Office, Cariboo.
Repairing furnace and making spark catcher	
Door lock and sundry repairs	
1 acid box, §2.60; teaming and packing stores, §2
Carried forward',...
1,200 00
1,080 00
1,020 00
720 00
240 00
720 00
240 00
1,200 00
600 00
313 54
12 00
5 00
25
15 84
6 25
9 00
12 50
13 3'
8 50
8 26
2 00
9 50
6 00
20 75
24 50
50 00
202 75
50 00
5 00
6 00
22 50
372 90
181 60
354 00
12 25
165 00
9,544 26
5,220 00
000 00
240 00
48,917 80
10,000 00
2,738 50
17 00
19 00
4 50
4 60
28 00
1,085 75
14,313 21 48 Vic.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30tii June, 1884.
53
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
8   cts.
8   cts.
8   cts.
Langley & Co	
Hudson Bay Co	
A Ende	
Mason & Daly	
B C Express Co	
McWha & McAlinden
VV McDowell	
Customs, Victoria	
Welch, Rithet&Co ...
A Francis, U.S. Consul
Palmer & Rey	
Bank of B C."	
Wells, Fargo & Co	
Edgar Marvin	
M W Waitt & Co	
T N Hibben & Co	
G Doughty & Son	
Mrs Deasy	
W A Franklin	
J Maynard	
Albion Iron Works....
Marder, Luse & Co	
A Ofner	
D W Higgins	
R T Williams	
Hall & Goepel	
Neufelder & Ross ....
Jno lbbotson	
A Gregory & Co	
Martha Harvey	
Louis Miller	
11 Dickinson	
D McLennan	
J oseph Wise	
A M Herring	
DS Curtis	
W J Jeffree	
R Thomas	
WniRae	
E J McTeigh & Co ...
F W Foster	
Jno G Bunte	
Jos Cunningham & Co
E Scoullar & Co	
J A Calbick 	
CPNCo	
Robert Law 	
C G Major	
S L Kelly	
Jas Holloran	
B C Express Co	
Occidental Hotel	
CPN Company	
G Tuttlc	
H B Dart	
Geo Baillie	
BUgh and Tait	
Jas Campbell	
Brought forward	
V.—PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).—C01 itinued.
Vote No. 38.—Assay Office, Cariboo.—Concluded.
Blow-pipe apparatus, §10; sundry chemicals, $77.62	
Freight on articles from Victoria to Barkerville     	
Repairing furnace	
Charcoal, coal oil, candles. &c	
Express charges on furnace cover, crucibles, &c	
100 sacks charcoal 	
Vote No. 39.—Printing Office, Victoria.
Cartage of printing material from wharf to office	
Duty on sundry printing material from San Francisco	
Freight do. do. do. 	
Consul's certificate, 200 lbs. type taken from bond	
1 Howard's gem paper cutter, $225; printing material, type, &e., $318.04
Exchange on draft in favour of Palmer & Rey	
Express charges, &e., on printing material from San Francisco	
1 pair plyers and screw driver	
Printing paper, &c	
Do. 	
2 lye brushes	
Washing towels, 12 months	
Expressage to and from office	
Do. do	
Repairing engine	
Type  	
Soap, brush, and matches   	
Printing ink	
Cutting paper    	
Express charges on package from Portland  	
Vote No. 40.—Asylum for the Insane.
Provisions.^
Groceries, 12 months, to 30th June, 1884	
Fish, 1st July to 30th November, 18S3	
Do.    1st March to 30th June, 1SS4   	
Bread, July, 1883	
Do.       1st August, 1883, to 30th June, 18S4	
Meat and vegetables, 12 months, to 30th June, 1884	
Milk, do. do. 	
Fuel.
Coal and wood, 12 months, to 30th June, 1884	
Medicines.
Medicines from 1st. July to 31st October	
do. 1st Nov., 1883, to 31st Dec, 1884	
ClotJiing.
Sundry clothing, 12 months, to 30th June	
1 pair shoes	
4 hats for women patients	
Straps and mending mitts	
Clothing supplied at Lytton	
Furniture.
A dozen chairs, repairing chairs, etc	
Copper boiler, shovels, buckets, etc	
8 sheet iron pans, wash basin, etc	
1 table	
Freight on fire guard	
Pattern and casting for range	
Lamp wicks and burner	
Fire guard, cartage and wharfage	
Transport of Lunatics and Keepers.
Conveyance of Julius Bergh, a lunatic, from Jail to asylum	
Passage of Constable Lindsaj, in charge > TTugh Gilmore, a lunatic,
from Barkerville to Yale and return r"        .-.uabk   	
Meals and bed for Constable Lindsay in ' lunatic Hugh Gil -_;rc
Passage, meals and bed for Constable L . charge of lunatic H,
Gilmore from Yale to New Wcstmi.   :-.: .d return oi Constable..
Meals and bed                     do.                     do. do.
Do.                                  do.                    do. do.
Do.         do.                    do.                    do. do.
Do.        do.                    do.                    do. do.
Do.                               do.                   do. do.
Carried fonvard	
00
28 00
87 62
33 44
3 00
256 50
12 50
76 00
2 00
84 00
9 10
2 50
543 04
3 47
15 45
1 88
720 25
197 00
2 50
12 00
5 00
50
28 25
32 05
6 25
12 50
13 00
30
1,548 34
37 50
30 50
02 70
716 18
1,709 20
326 99
36 25
75 23
343 47
2 00
4 00
2 00
6 75
10 50
50 66
6 75
7 00
50
1 00
2 38
8 25
1 00
202 50
2 00
19 75
2 00
2 25
4 75
4 50
1 50
240 25
490 06
1,091 64
4,431 41
515 70
358 22
87 04
7,691 65 54
Public Accounts, 1st July,
1883, to 30th June, 1884.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOE WHAT SERVICE,
Arrears,
$   cts.
§   cts.
8   cts.
Marshall & Smith	
Thos M Hamilton	
Gavin Hamilton	
G Downes	
Wm Ellis   	
PC Dunlevy	
Jno McLean	
B Eickhoffl	
CPNCo	
B C Express Co	
Jno Boyd	
Mrs Bonson	
Jno McLean	
PC Dunlevy	
S Downes & Co	
Veith, Bowland & Co...
Thos M Hamilton	
J Wilderboor	
Marshall & Smith   	
Jas Campbell	
S M Nelson	
Geo Baillie	
Dart & Benton	
G Tuttle	
J James	
Knight Bros	
E W McNeil	
Jno McKenny	
Paul Murray	
Jas Punch	
Jas Neil	
B C Express Co	
P C Dunlevy	
Jno McLean	
S Downes	
Jno Boyd	
Fletcher & McNaughton
ESkuse	
Geo Baillie	
Blyth & Clemis	
Jas Campbell	
Mai-shall & Smith	
W R Puckett	
Thos M Hamilton	
Veith, Borland & Co....
A Onderdonk	
Do	
WmBoyd	
Jas Campbell	
G Tuttle	
Geo Baillie	
C P N Co	
J S Place	
S M Nelson ,	
HBDart	
B C Express Co	
J H Neil	
Mrs Jackson	
Postmaster, (N. W.).....
A Masters, M.D	
T R Mclnnes, M.D	
Do        do        	
C N Trew, M.D	
Do      do 	
T R Mclnnes, M.D	
Wm Jackson, M.D	
Do        do   	
A McLeod, M.D	
C N Trew, M.D	
Do        do 	
A Masters, M.D	
W McN Jones, M.D	
DCluness,M.D	
Carried forward	
V.—PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).—Continued.
Vote No. 49.—Asylum for the Ixsane.—Continued.
Transport of Lunatics and Keepers.—Continued.
Meals and bed for Constablo Lindsay in charge of lunatic H. Gilmore ..
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Conveyance from steamer
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Passage, meals and room for Constable Campbell and lunatic Laroche
from Victoria to New Westminster and return of Constable
Stage fare and canoe hire for Con. Lindsay and lunatic Hanson from
Barkerville to New Westminster	
Meals
Meal and bed
1 meal
Meals and beds
Meals
Do.
Meals and beds
1 meal
Meals and beds
Meals
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
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Express charge, conveyance of lunatic Hanson from gaol to Asylum
Passage of Constable Lindsay from Cisco to Richfield returning re F.
Hanson	
Meals,
Do. and bed,
Meal,
Do.
Do.
Do.
Bed and meals,
do.
do.
do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
1 meal
Do.
Meals and bed,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
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Passage from Port Hammond to Cisco Flat
Railway fare for Special Constable Boyd in charge of J. D. Smith,
lunatic, from Yale to Port Moody	
Services conveying D.  Smith, a lunatic, to New Westminster am
return to Clinton, 13 days <<x §4	
Meals, do.    ' do. do.
Do. and bed, do. do. do.
Do. do. do. do.
Passage, meals and bed, D. Smith, a lunatic, to Port Hammond	
Clothing, do. do.
Meals and beds for do. do.       and taking care one night.
Do.       do. Boyd, with D. Smith	
Special stage for D. Smith, a lunatic, from Clinton to Yale	
Conveyance of W. Harris, a lunatic	
Miscellaneous.
Keep of Mrs. Beech, a lunatic, for months of Oct. and Nov. (asylum full)
Rent of post office box	
Granting certificate of lunacy to Hugh Gilmore	
Do. do.                do.            	
Do. do.          Julius Bergh	
Do. do.                do.          	
Do. do.          C. Devine	
Do. do.   .              do	
Do. do            Chin Fook and G. Laroche	
Do. do.           Wm. Harris	
Do. do.           F. Hanson	
Do. do.              do.          	
Do. do.           F.O.Leigh	
Do. do.               do.          	
Do. do.           Andrew Paul	
Do. do.                  do.             	
Carried forward	
9 00
10 00
10 00
29 00
240 25
7 50
4 25
2 25
1 60
2 25
3 25
3 50
1 00
10 50
150 00
2 00
1 00
50
4 00
1 50
1
6 50
75
4 00
1 00
3 00
1 50
3 00
7 00
1 00
2 50
2
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
61 60
75
1 50
75
75
75
50
1 50
1 50
2 50
2 00
75
75
2 00
10 50
11 00
52 00
1 00
10 00
1 00
2 25
1 75
7 50
3 50
150 00
1 00
40 00
10 75
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
10 00
10 00
4 00
4 00
133 75
7,691 65
i,502 05 48 Vic.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
55
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
9   cts.
9   cts.
9   cts.
"Columbian"	
Geo Munday	
GL Milne, M. D...
Jno E Lord	
T R Pearson & Co.
Jno Smith	
DMcPhaden	
H Higginbottom ..
Frank Perdue	
Jno Kelly	
Jas Cunningham..
W. C. Ward.
W. H. Keary
J. Stone.
J. Harvey .
Callbreath, Grant & Cook
Jno. Hardison	
E B C Hannington, M.D.
N T Smith	
Mrs Beech	
Mrs Pago	
Charles Burnley	
H Saunders	
Mrs Elliott	
Robert Smith	
Jno H Milton	
Wm Seeley	
H B Dart	
Indian George	
Jno Macell	
Indians, Billy & Charley
Mrs Hollowman	
Mrs Robinson	
E J Oflerhaus, M.D.,
Simon Tunstall, M.D..
C. P. N. Co	
J Saul, J.P	
J. F. Smith, J.P	
J Nutt, J.P	
J Stone, J. J'	
T Roadley, J.P	
W Jones, J.P	
J Harvey, J.P	
M Bate, J.P	
J Uren   	
Pay List of Petit Jurors.
Do
Brought forward	
V.—PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).—Concluded.
Votk No. 40.—Asylum for tub Insane.—Concluded,
Miscellaneous.—Concluded.
Advertising tenders for supplies	
Cleaning latrines	
Medical examination of Mrs. Beech 	
Funeral expenses of Ah Moy	
Postage stamps	
Sweeping chimneys per agreement	
Garden seeds	
Attendance on D. Smith, a lunatic, in Clinton jail, 4 days @ §3.
Do. do. do. do.
Do.                     do.                         do.                     do.
9J lbs. rubber packing, lamp globes, etc	
VI.—HOSPITALS AND CHARITIES.
Vote No. 41.—Hospitals, Victoria.
Grant in aid ,	
Vote No. 42.—Hospital, New Westminster.
Grant in aid	
Vote No. 43.—Hospital, Cariroo.
Grant in aid	
Vote No. 44.—Hospital, Nanaimo.
Grant in aid	
Vote No. 45.—Hospital Allowance, Cassiar.
Freight on drugs to Cassiar	
Vote No. 46.—Ix aid of Destitute Poor and Sick.
29 00
Grant in aid	
Visit to John Downes atY'ale	
Grant in aid	
Grant in aid	
Keep of Mrs. St. Clair and Children	
Aid on account of having lost household effects by wreck of Sloop..
Sundry provisions, and freight on same, for D. Evans & family, Alberni
Grant in aid	
Grant in aid	
Grant in aid	
Conveying Andrew Bergh from Yankee Flat to Yale	
Meals and bed for A. Bergh and attendant, Yankee Flat to Yale ...
Canoe hire, do. do. do.
Meals, do. do. do.
Assisting do. do. do.
Grant in aid	
Grant in aid	
Vote No. 47.—In aid of Resident Physician, Clinton.
Annual grant	
Vote No. 48.—In aid of Resident Physician, Kamloops.
Proportion of annual grant, 27th July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884..
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
Vote JVo. IS.—Summoning and paging Jurors and Witnesses.
Passage and meals for Constable Kirkup and Ah Yee, Yale to Victoria
1 day as Selector of Jurors at Clinton	
1 day do. do	
2 days do. Barkerville	
2   ,, do. do	
2   ,, do. Kamloops  	
do. do	
do. Nanaimo	
do. do	
bed, and horse keep'for G. C. Tunstall, summoning jurors	
Jurors at Richfield assizes, month of September   	
Do.   Kamloops   ,, October   	
Carried forward.
29 00
133 75
18 00
25 00
5 00
15 00
5 00
25 00
1 50
12 00
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9 25
50 00
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£2 30
SO 90
240 70
8,602 05
273 50
8,775 65
5,000 00
4.500 00
2,500 00
21 34
750 00
17,757 58 56
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
§   cts.
§   cts.
§   cts.
R Scott	
TRoadley	
Johnny, an Indian....
D McLean	
Pay List of Petit Juror
C Connor	
Mclnnes & Crawford ..
W A Taylor	
A Mitchell	
W Lawrence	
LThornber, M.D	
Mrs Thornber	
Mrs Vermilyea	
Indian Johnny	
Do   Billy	
M Munch	
Indian Jenny	
Do   Jim	
Do   Susan	
Mrs Munch	
J Kelly	
J W Wells	
J R D Walker '.
F Forrest	
Indian Annie	
H Herring	
C Stewart (Indian) ....
J Wiggins	
T Cotter	
D McPherson	
J A Laidlaw	
J Garrow, M.D	
R J Bentlev, M.D	
T R Mclnnes, M.D	
C N Trew, M.D	
Pay List Petit Jurors..
HFry	
W LeClaire	
C McDonald	
P Phillips	
A Phillips	
Margaret McKeon	
H Jewell	
A Randolph	
C Pardoe	
A M Davidson	
C McDonald	
TGeiger	
W LeClair	
J Carson	
C Williams	
J Trangue  	
C Lind	
G Stevens 	
WBaird	
M Willie	
ELegg	
L O Demers	
W Jackson, M.D	
CBHHarvey, M.D. ...
TPamphlet	
W Jac'-son, M.D	
R Mitchell	
T Harmon	
A Collin	
T Nicholson	
G McNeil	
C Pagden	
W Gilbert	
G Fail-brother	
Se-hal-ton (Indian)	
Te-mare-an   Do    	
Lucv Do     	
Hatiilt Do    	
Mary Do    	
Charley Do     	
Seveleston     Do     	
W H Lomas	
T D Lindsay	
J Petit	
Brought forward.
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES)]
—Continued.
Vote A'o. UO.—Summoning and Paging Jurors and Witnesses—
Continued.
Summoning jurors, Kamloops assizes
Do. do. 10 days with horse, @ §4.50 $ day
Witness fee, Regina v. Baptiste...
Summoning witness, re Louis	
Jurors at Clinton assizes, October ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Witness fee, Regina v. Crow and Crazy Jack, 7 days @ §3, and mileage
Expenses incurred in Washington Territory obtaining evidence.
murder of Hesse	
Witness fee, Regina v. Sing, 1 day
Do. Masters,           expenses
Do. do.                         do.     2,
Do. do.                       do.     2,
Do. do.                       do.     2,
Do. do.                       do.     2,
Do. Peter and Jim,        do.     2,
Do. do.                         do.     2,
Do. do.                         do.     2,
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. Sing,                  expenses 4,
Do. do.                         do.     4,
Do. Peter and Jim,
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. do.     expenses§1.50,
Do. Ah Fin,
Do. do.
Do. Masters,
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. Masters, et al,
10 days @ §2 $ day
10
9
9
9
11
11
10
10
10
3
12
6
9
9
6
day
11
1
1
5 days
S   „
2    „
New Westminster assize, November
Summoning witnesses, §4, mileage, §8 .
Witness fee, Regina v. Gordon,
2 do.
2 do.
2 do.
2 do.
1 do.
1 do.
2 do.
1 do.
1 do.
1 do.
2 do.
2 do.
2 do.
2 do.
2 do.
1 do.
2 do.
1 do.
2 do.
2 do.
2 do.
2 do.
4 do.
4 do.
4 do.
4 do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
do. ____
Nuttall and Gordon,
do.
Nuttall,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Pretorious,
Brewer,
1J days @ §1 ¥ day
do.
Heath
do.
Currie,
do.
do.
Lee Foon,
F. Douglas,
Lavin,
do
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
expenses §7.50,
mileage §5
li
4
4
3
4
i
1|
1
1
2
1
3
2
11
day
day
days
Witness & Tr>terpreter,  do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. Lane,
Do. Kelly,
Shil-cha-muth, expenses §2.50.
do.
do.
do.
do.
day
days
day
days
day-
days
day
days
do.
2.50, 5
do.
4.50, 5
do.
4.50, 5
do.
2.50, 5
do.
2.50, 5
do.
4.50, 5
do.
5.00, 3
0
3
1 do.
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2 do.
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2 do.
1 do.
1 do.
2 do.
1 do.
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2 do.
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2 do.
2 do.
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2 do.
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2 do.
2 do.
4 do.
2 do.
2 do.
2 do.
2 do.
2 do.
2 do.
2 do.
2 do.
1 do.
1 do.
1 do.
1. do.
1 do.
1.20
1 do.
2 do.
4 do.
2 do.
29 001       240 70
Carried forward ,
45 00
45 00
1 00
1 00
145 50
45 00
99 25
2 00
22 00
22 00
38 00
20 00
20 00
13 00
13 00
22 00
10 00
10 00
3 00
28 00
16 00
16 00
18 00
12 00
9 00
18 00
9 00
18 00
23 50
2 00
2 00
20 00
20 00
8 00
30 00
370 50
12 00
1 50
1 50
8 00
8 00
6 00
8 00
50
1 50
2 00
1 00
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1 00
6 00
4 00
29 50
4 00
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2 00
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13 00
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7 50
7 50
9 50
9 50
7 50
8 50
9 50
11 00
12 00
29 00 i    16,97 46', 48 Vic.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1881.
5T
TO "WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
S   cts.
3   cts.
TGadshy	
A Beehtel	
J Parker	
Ah Young	
O Carroll	
J Milligan	
J Dunn	
C Todd, Supt. of Police.
Ah Tuck	
Ah Ching	
Ah Yee 	
Ah Chue	
Ah Bowe	
T Hussey	
CB H Harvey, M.D....
C Kennedy 	
CNTrew, M.D	
J R Onderdonk	
R P Hilman	
T S Gilbert	
J H Jordan	
A Murrav	
G H W Brown	
Steitz Bros	
Occidental Hotel (Vic.) .
Pay List Petit Jurors...
Do do
R. Deighton, J.P	
J Wardle, J.P	
Johnny, an Indian	
Isaac        Do ....
\V Palmer	
R Hamilton	
D McDonald	
W Palmer	
J Douglas	
A Morton	
E Sullivan	
H Murray	
Catherine Sullivan	
Lucy, an Indian	
Neltomin   Do    	
Thomas      Do     	
"William      Do     	
B Newman	
B C Express Co	
GR Tinker   ,..
T Morgan	
W M Brown	
Pay List Petit Jurors ..
Cecilia, an Indian	
L Langley	
Pay List Petit Jurors...
Occident Hotel	
"W Howay	
L R Mclnnes, M.D	
J Ross	
F Sinclair	
Pay List Petit Jurors...
W L Leballister	
J Ganner	
A Cashing	
HFry	
Peter, an Indian	
Kopolock    Do    	
Quackelton Do    	
S Thompson	
J Gilmore	
J Williams	
J Hughes	
C Blackburne	
H Decker.	
Isab ila Decker	
W Gibson 	
M McGill	
J Sabiston, Jr	
J Sage 	
G Sage 	
N McLean	
Brought forward.
3 days @ §2 per day
2
2 do.
2  „
2 do.
1 day
1 do.
2 days
2 do.
1 day
2 do.
2 days
2 do.
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES^
—Continued.
Vote No. 1$.—Summoning and paying Jurors and Witnesses—
Continued.
Witness fee, Regina v. Kelly,
Do. do.
Do. Kelly and Lane,
Do. Lane,
Do. Kurtis and Kelly,
Do. Lane,
Do. Lane and Kelly,
Advance to Peter Mclntyre, a witnes, Regina v. Hayes, Perry, & Gray
Witness fee, Regina v. Hays, expenses § 64, 34 days   @ §1 $ day
Do. do. do.        33, 34    „ 1 do.
Do. do. do.     103, 19   ,, 1 do.
Do. do. do.        44, 30    ,, 1 do.
Do. do. do.       28, 33   „ 1 do.
Travelling expenses from Lytton to Victoria, and return, s§69; board in
Victoria, 23 days @ §2 % day	
Witness fee, Reg. v. Hayes, Perry, & Gray, expenses §47.10, 25 d. @ §4
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
Drawing plan of Chinese Camp 37, & Railway Camp, required in evidence
Meals for jurors	
Rooms for jury	
Jurors at Victoria Assizes, August	
Do.       Yale do.     October	
1 day as selector of jurors	
Do. do	
Witness fee, Regina v. Ah Chung, 8 days @ §1.50
Do. A. McKinnon, 1 day 1
Serving summons, Regina v. Petit & Co., vending liquor without licence
do.
60.00, 24 „
3
do.
23.75, 9 „
4
do.
76.50, 26 ,,
i
do.
76.50, 26 „
i
do.
5.00. 20 „
2
do.
5.00, 20 „
i
do.
6.00, 20 „
2
do. 4 days, including expenses
do. do. do.
. P. L. Anderson, vending liquor without licence
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
5 days, & expenses
do,
do.
do
do.
10 days, & expenses
do.
do.
do.
selling liquor to Indians.
Witness fee.
Do.'
Serving summons, Reg
Witness fee,
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Serving summons on
Delivering notice to jurors at Clinton
Do. do. 	
Do. do. 	
Meals, bed, and horse keep for witness J. Boswell, Re:
Jurors at Lytton assize, October	
Witness fee, Regina v. T. Wilson, 3 days @ §1; travelling expenses, §10
Do. do.        8    „ 3 do. §12.90
Jurors at New Westminster assize, November
Meals for do. do. do.
Witness fee, Regina v. Ah Fin, 1 day @ §2 $ day
Do. Peter and Jim, 9   ,,        4 do.
Do. do. expenses §2.50, 11   ,, 2 do.
Do. Isaacs, do.       2 5   ,, 2 do.
Jurors at Nanaimo assize, December	
Horse and buggy hire for Sheriff summoning jurors and witnesses	
Stage fare to Wellington, for Constable Drake summoning witnesses ..
Summoning witnesses, 2 days <<t §2.50 $ day
Serving summons on Indian witness, §2; mileage, 84	
Do. 	
Witness fee, Regina v. Clahaek & Whattan, expenses §3.00, 3 days @ §1
. Crow & Jack
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
r j.
Do.
" "O.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
do.
C. Stewart,
do.
do.
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H. Varty,
do. ~
do.
do.
do.
C. B. Foster,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
expenses §1.20.
2.50, 5 „
1
2.10, 1 „
2
1.80, 1 „
2
1 „
2
1 ,>
2
2.10. 1 „
2
2.10, - „
2
2.10, 1 ,,
2
1 i,
2
1 ,,
2
1 ,
2
,
2
1 ,,
2
1.20, 1 ,.
2
Carried forward.
29 oo
15 oo
20 oo
20 00
15 00
25 00
25 00
25 00
25 00
20 00
25 00
25 00
25 00
25 00
10 00
329 00
1,097 45
6 00
4 00
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2 00
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88 00
67 00
122 00
74 00
61 00
115 00
147 10
128 00
59 75
154 50
154 50
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65 00
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19 50
6 00
556 50
36 00
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15 00
20 00
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15 00
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25 00
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3 00
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8 00
69 10
13 00
21 00
63 00
242 76
2 00
36 00
24 50
12 00
56 80
4 00
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5 00
6 00
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6 00
7 50
4 10
3 80
2 00
2 00
4 10
4 10
4 10
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
3 20
47 7v 58
Puplic Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
S   cts.
cts.
§  cts.
T Shotbolt, J. P	
A C Anderson, J.P ;
Indian Isadore	
Indians Paul & Baptiste.
W Jones, M.D	
R Thomas	
A McLeod, M.D	
Occident Hotel	
R C Whiteway	
A Crawford	
J H Sydney	
T Herring	
G Apanant	
W L Meason	
Quackelton (Indian)....
Kopolock Do    	
J Work	
J N Haines	
J Boswell	
W R Lewis	
Mary Ann (Indian)	
H Croasdaile	
Maria Snow	
C Burton	
K Kart	
H Saunders	
R H McKay	
H McAdie	
W H Morton	
J McKinlay	
W Gibson	
J Beaven	
JTO'Brian	
R Williams	
T Miller	
D McLeod	
S Hudson	
WMcN Jones, M.D	
P Gabore	
S Handy	
G Woodruff	
T Farnsworth	
K Spates	
J Jones 	
D Ellis	
J B Matthews, M.D	
J Coughlan	
J Meldrum	
' M Smithers	
G Mason	
B Williams	
T Haughton	
A Aaronson	
M Francis	
M Barry	
F Clarke	
Annie, an Indian	
J Trangue	
C Kennedy 	
A Johnson	
Pay List	
H BDart	
K Dickinson, J.P	
J Cunningham, J. P....
G Baillie	
CB H Hanvey, M.D	
Casimer	
W W Walkem, M.D
Pay List	
J McDonald	
W B Gladwin	
GR Ashwell	
J Jackson 	
Peter, an Indian	
J W Pickard	
J H Hazelton	
F Pickard	
C Hunt	
Charley, an Indian	
Jim,        Do 	
Brought forward .
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES)
—Continued.
Vote No. /t0.—Summoning and Paying Jurors and Witnesses.-
Continued.
Services as Selector of Jurors, at Victoria, 10 days @ §5
Do. do. 10   ,, 5
Witness fee, re murder of Stoican	
Do. do	
Do. Regina v. Varty, mileage §1.80, 1 day  @ §4
Do. C. Stewart,     travelling exps. 1.20, 1   ,, 2
Do. Masters, 5   ,, 4
Board and lodging for Constable Sharpe and witness, re Isaacs
Witness fee, Regina v. Johnny 	
Do. re death of Billy Harper (Indian) exps. §56, 13 days <£ 82.50
Dp. 'do. do.     56, 12    ,, 2.50
Do. Regina v. Peter and Jim, 1   ,, 2.00
Travelling expenses, Regina v. Isaacs	
Serving subpccna, including travelling allowance	
Witness fee, Regina v. Squalsalem, Steamer fare §3, 5 days @ §1
Do. do. 11   ,;
Do. C. Stewart mileage §1.80,   1    „
Serving summons,        Crow and Crazy Jack,   do.     4,        1    ,,
Horse hire, summoning witnesses, 12   ,,
Hire of two teams taking grand jury to Asylum and Penitentiary
Witness fee, Regina v. Edward Lemon, travelling exps. §2, 4 days @ §1
Do. Turner et. al. 2   ,, 2
Do. do.      travelling expenses §52, 80   ,, 2
Do. do board   61,79   „ 1
Do. do. 79   „ 1
Travelling expenses, do.        2 Indians, Naas to Victoria & return
travelling expenses §30,   25 days @ §2
1
2
1
1.60
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
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do.
4
8.50, 4
8.50, 4
8.50, 4
8.50, 4
8.50, 4
8.50, 4
8.50, 5
8.50, 5
0,
11,
5,
6,
5.
5,
do
do.
do.
Witness fee, do.
Do. Decker,
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. Wingart,
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. Murphy,
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. St. Clair,
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. Ah Yue,
Dor do.
Do. do.
Do. Morris,
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. Brewer,
Do. do.
Do. Murphy, expenses from Lytton §53, 13
Do. do. do. 53, 13
Jurors at Victoria Assize, November	
Meals, bed, and horse keep, for witness Heafy	
Services as Selector of Jurors,
Do. do.
Meals and beds for witnesses delayed at Lytton, Re.
Witness fee, Regina v. Scotty	
Do. re Indians Alick and Mitchelle	
Regina v. Indian Cnlsalis, 1 day.	
Jurors at Yale Assize, May	
Horse hire for witness James Heafy, murder case at Lytton
Witness fee, Regina v. Lewis Salter, mileage :
Do. Ah Jack, expenses
Do. George, do.
Do. do. do.
Do. McKenzie, d>.
Do. do. do.
Do. do. do.
Do. do. do.
Do. Gomas,
Do. do.
4 „
5 „
4 „
4 „
4 „
4 „
lday
1 ,,
1   ,,
1 „
2 days
2    ,,
1 day
2 days
2   „
2    „
2 „
1 day
1 „
1    „
3 days
3   „
4 days @:
4   ,.
a v. Scotty ...
1 day
0,    3 days
17.50,8   „
6.50, 4    „
4.00, 4    „
3.50, 4    „
3.50, 4    „
4.50, 4    „
3    „
3    „
Carried forward,,.
4 50
4,647 75
333 60
50 00
50 00
4 00
20 00
5 80
3 20
20 00
19 00
3 00
88 50
86 00
2 00
9 00
4 50
8 00
11 00
3 80
5 00
18 00
6 00
6 00
4 00
212 00
140 00
79 00
60 00
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16 50
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4 00
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0,547 40 48 Vic.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
59
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
9   cts.
§   cts.
§   cts.
Brought forward .
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES)
—Continued.
Vote No. UO.—Summoning and Paying Jurors and Witnesses.—
Continued.
333 50
Kahatzie, Indian   	
Sally,        do 	
J R Brennan	
W Wallin	
S Wilson	
J Wiggins	
J W Pickard	
J H Hamilton	
E Pickard	
C Hunt	
M Barnes	
J Wiggins	
CNTrew, M.D	
A Auley	
Kissman, an Indian....
Cheam Bob,      do    	
Harry, do     	
D McBroon	
Pay List	
TM Hamilton	
R E Gibson	
Mary Ann, an Indian...
Louis Gabore	
B Fortune	
T J Burns	
P Walsh	
J Isaacs    	
W Hamilton	
C Deering	
D Amore	
Lee Hong	
Lee Poy	
T Nichols	
W Meyer	
G Bushbridge	
S Whitely	
J Ash, M.D	
H Selleck	
C Christiansen	
PHaack	
J C Davie, M.D	
T Malmberg	
G Tilbury	
G Thomson	
T W Speed	
J Deans 	
A Aaronson	
G Fairbrother	
W Jackson, M.D	
J Todd	
Cal-quat-len, an Indian.
Peter, do
M Morrissey	
T J Burns	
D AWOgilvy	
E Davey.'	
R Glenn	
J Morley.	
A Thompson	
H D Rice	
C Smith	
C Hawkins	
C Pagden	
J Welsh	
GHCavin	
D Green	
A C Fraser	
J B Matthews, M.D. ...
J Gaboulay	
S Handy	
T Farnsworth	
G Woodruff	
J Robotham, M.D	
Pay List	
Do       	
C B H Harvey, M.D....
1' T Heapy	
A Noble	
F Moreland	
W Stahmann	
A Gardner	
Witness fee, Regina v. Gomas,
Do. do.
Do. Miller,
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. McKenzie et. al.,
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
Serving summonses on witnesses	
Witness fee, Regina v. Barry	
Do. Chamberlaync,
Do. Ah Jack,
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. Levy	
Jurors at New Westminster Assize, May .
Expenses incurred summoning witnesses.
Witness fee, Reg. v. Hayes, Perry, & Gray,
Do. Edward Lemon,
Do. do.
Do. do.
Board and lodging for witness Baptistc La
Witness fee, Regina v. T. J. Smith,
expenses §2,
do.        2,
5 days i
5   ,,
4    „
3    „
1 day
cxpenses   5.60, 3 days
do. 5.60, 3    „
do. 5.60, 3   „
do. 6.40, 3   ,,
do. 1.50, 2    „
2 days @ §2
expenses §5, 4   ,,
do.        5, 4    „
do.        5, 4   „
Do.
Do.
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Mingden,
Ryan,
do.
do.
Ah Chung,
do.
Miller,
do.
Stroder,
do.
Ah Kim,
do.
Knight,
do.
do.
do.
Jackson,
do.
do.
Sul-wha-lum,
do.
,do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Pescaro and Jim,
do.
do.
Kay,
do.
Mooney,
do.
do.
Snow
do.
do.
do.
do.
Pescaro,
Weingart,
do.
do.
do.
E. Lemon,
expenses §70.50, 26 days @
do. 3,        8    „
do. 5,        7    „ 2
do. 2.50,   7    „ 2
Fortune, Reg. v. Lemon, 18 d.
1 day @ §2
4 days      2
3   „        2
3   „        3
3 „ 2
4 ,, 1
4    „ 1
1 day       2
2 days     2
1 day
1   „
4 days
4   „
3 „
3 „
1 day
4 days
3    „
3    „
3 ,,
4 „
4    ,,
1 day
4 days
] day
1   .,
3 days
1 day
1 „
2 days
2   „
1 day
1   ,,
1   „
1   >>
1   „
1   „
1    ,.
expenses §14, 5 days
1 day
expenses §5
do.       5
do.       5
do.
, 4 days
4    „
. 4    „
, 4    ,,
Jurors at Victoria Assize, April.
Jurors at Lytton Assize, May.
Witness fee, Regina v. Ingle,
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. do,
expenses! 6.90, 1 day
do. 10.80, 7 „
19.80, 8 „
1-1.40, 6 ,,
14.40, 6 „
14.40, 6    ,,
do.
do.
do.
do.
Carried forward.
333 50
6,547 40
7 00
7 00
6 00
8 00
6 00
2 00
11 60
11 60
11 60
12 40
5 50
12 00
4 00
4 00
9 00
9 00
9 00
2 00
209 80
33 50
154 50
11 00
19 00
16 60
36 00
2 00
8 00
6 00
6 00
6 00
4 00
4 00
2 00
4 00
2 00
2 00
16 00
8 00
6 00
6 00
4 00
8 00
6 00
6 00
6 00
8 00
8 00
2 00
16 00
8 00
4 00
4 00
2 00
2 00
6 00
2 00
2 00
4 00
4 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
24 00
4 00
13 00
13 00
13 00
13 00
8 00
221 50
142 85
10 90
40 80
43 80
32 40
32 40
32 40
8,008 45 60
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1888, to 30th June, 1884.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
S 'cts.
S   cts.
§   cts.
Indian Johnny	
B C Express Co	
Indian Charley	
Do   Henry	
G Maxwell	
L Langley	
L Pasitz (Indian)	
CPasitz     	
Jopaskit     	
J Dowling	
HHantz, J.P	
J McKay	
G Cuito	
S Cuito	
J Conway	
D Hynd	
E Dunstan	
CCox	
S Crocker	
C Meyers	
H Downing	
R O'Brian, M.D	
W W Walkom, M.D. .
A H McBride	
Quackelton, an Indian
Kopolock      do
J Beaven 	
Wamus, an Indian ...
Louisa,     do
Jim, do
Annie, do
J Wilson, do
Deliwick, do
Johnny,   do
Quock Lee	
Ah Lee	
Ah Sue	
Ah Hung	
J Smith	
AhTue	
Hong Sit	
HE Peck	
J Wilks	
Isabella Wilks	
Elizabeth Gough	
T Oxley	
B B Skinner	
A Gushing	
Charley, Indian	
J Webb	
W McN Jones, M.D ..
JPawson, J.P	
J Harvey, J.P	
Pay List	
W Hirst	
A Mayer	
W L LeBallister	
H Severne	
Pay List	
J B Leighton	
E Simpson	
R Scott	
A B Ferguson	
J Newland	
J Boyd	
W Jones, J.P	
G A Clapperton	
JPhoir	
W R McDonald	
R Scott	
J Clapperton	
G Pettit	
G Cavanagh	
P J Fraser	
Alexander, Indian ...
NT Monteguy	
Charley, Indian	
Michelle,   do	
J Charley	
J Harper, Indian	
W Palmer	
Brought forward .
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES)
—Continued.
Vote No. UO.—Summoning and Paying Jurors and Witnesses.—
Continued.
Witness fee, Regina"». Riley, expenses §2.00, 5 days @ §1
Travelling expenses for Indian witness Johnny, Regina v. Riley ...
Witness fee, Regina v. Riley, expenses §2.50, 3 days @ §1
. Do.                     do.                                do.       2.50, 3   „ 1
Travelling expenses from Sea Bird Bluff to Lytton, Regina v. Charley
Witness fee, Regina v. Charley, expenses §12,       4 days @ §3
Do.                   Ah Hop,                     do.         10,       4   „ 1
Do.                      do.                             do.         10,       4   ,, 1
-Do.                     do.                             do.         10,       4   „ 1
Do.                      do.                             do.         11.70,  3   ,,
Services as Selector of Jurors at Lytton, 3 days	
Services as Deputy Sheriff do.    summoning witnesses	
Witness fee, Regina v. Egidio,  travelling expenses, §1.80, 1 day   (g
Do.                     do.                         do.                1.80, 1   „ 2
Do.                     do.                         do.                1.80, 1   „ 2
Do.                     do.                         do.                1.80, 1   „ 2
Do.                     do.                         do.                1.80, 1   „ 2
Do.                     do.                         do.                1.80, 1   ,, 2
Do.                 J. A. Wilson,          do.              6.60,3 days 2
Do.                       do.                           do.                 6.60, 3    ,, 2
Do.                     do.                         do.                7.20, 3   „ 2
Do.                       do.                                                            2    ,, 4
Do.                    do.                                                   1 day 4
Do. Charley, 7 days, including expenses	
Do.                  Sulsalem,                    expenses §3,      6   ,, 1
Do.                      do.                                                       5   „ 1
Do.                C. Walkus, et. al.,                             4   „ 2
Do.                             do.                         do.         2,      4   „ 1
Do.                           do.                                             4   „ 1
Do.                             do.                                                4   „ 1
Do.                             do.                                                4   „ 1
Do.                            do.                                                4   „ 1
Do.                             do.                                                4   ,, 1
Do.                             do.                                                4   „ 1
Do.                  Randall and Hart,                                5   ,, 1
Do.                             do.                                                5   „ 1
Do.                             do.                                                5   ,, 1
Do.                             do.                                                5   „ 1
Do.                             do.                                                5   „ 2
Do.                             do.                                                5   „ 1
Do.                             do.                                                5   „ 1
Do.                             do.                                                5   „
Do.                               do.                                                    5    „ 2
Do.                               do.                                                    5    ,, 2
Do.                               do.                                                    5    ,, 2
Do.                               do.                                                    5    „ 2
Do.                               do.                                                    5    „ 2
Serving summons on witness Copock, 2 days @ §2.50   	
Canoe hire, summoning witnesses	
Meals and bed for Jurymen and Constables at Nanaimo 	
Witness fee, Regina v. Egidio, 1 day §4; mileage_§1.80	
Services as Selector of Jurors at Nanaimo '	
Do. do. do	
Jurors at Nanaimo Assize, June	
Witness fee, Regina v. Davis, 1 day	
Do. do.       1   „	
Horse and buggy hire for M. Bray summoning jurors and witnesses.
Witness fee, Regina v. J. Wilson, 3 days @ -82, expenses &7.20	
Jurors at Kamloops Assize, May -.	
Witness fee, Regina V. Ah Hong, 1 day §3, expenses §9	
Do. Jones, and travelling expenses   	
Services summoning Jurors, &c	
Witness fee, Regina V. Hong, 1 day §3, mileage §9	
Do. do. do. do	
Services summoning Jurors	
Services as Selector of Jurors ,	
Services summoning witnesses, re enquiry on death of Billy Harper...
Witness fee, re Billv Harper. expenses §11.10, "5 days (ti §3
Do.                     "do.                                           do.         S.00, 4    „ 3
Do.                     do.                                        do.         4.50, 4   ,,
Do.                       do.                                           do.         3.00. 4    „ 3
Do.                     do.                                       do.        3.00, 4   ., 3
Do.                       do.                                                                    4    ,, 3
Do.                       do.                                           do.         7.50, 4    „ 3
Do.                       do.                                           do.         2.00, 4    ,, 1
Do.                       do.                                           f'o.         3.0*1, 4   „ 3
Do.                       do.                                           uo.         2.00, 4    „ 1
Do.                       do.                                           do.         2.00, 4    ,, 1
Do.                       do.                                           do.         -i.80, 4    „ 3
Do,                    do.                                     do.        2.00, i   „ 1
Do,                    do,                                     do.        3.60, 4   „ 3
Carried forward,,	
333 50
7 00
24 0C
5 5C
5 5C
24 0C
24 0C
14 0C
14 0C
14 0C
20 7C
15 00
50 0C
3 8C
3 8C
3 8C
3 8C
3 8C
3 8C
12 6C
12 60
13 2C
8 00
4 00
59 0C
9 OC
5 0C
8 0C
6 0C
4 0C
4 0C
4 0C
4 0C
4 0C
4 0C
5 OC
6 00
5 00
5 0C
10 00
5 0C
5 00
10 OC
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
5 00
2 75
45 00
5 80
5 00
5 00
307 70
2 00
2 00
6 00
13 20
185 60
12 00
120 00
10 00
12 00
12 00
30 00
6 00
5 00
26 10
20 00
10 50
15 00
15 00
12 00
19 60
6 00
15 00
6 00
6 00
16 80
6 00
15 60
9,602 90 48 Vic.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
61
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
3   cts
S   cts.
C J Tibbey	
J D Lauder	
J T Edwards	
TRoadley, J.P	
J McAulay	
J F Smith, J.P	
J Saul, J. P	
J Hamilton	
W Livingstone	
R Carson	
Marshal & Smith...
T Morgan	
N Gustafsen	
J B Leighton	
B C Express Co...
Lung Sun	
W G Manson	
C Connor	
Johnny, Indian ...
W L Meason	
Madeline, Indian..
Catherine, do. ..
Robbins, do. ..
George, do. ..
Tamahascut, do. ..
Pay List	
Occident Hotel	
WH Ladner	
E Matheson	
A H McBride	
T W Quilty	
J Fitzgerald	
T Roberts	
P Smith	
J Barker	
G Pittendrigh, J.P
W Clarkson, J. P..
J C Hughes	
J McKee	
W L McColl	
David McBroom...
J R Brennan	
J Black	
L R Mclnnes, M. D
S Greer	
C N Trew, M.D...
Do.       do. ...
A Masters, M.D...
Sapiel, Indian	
W P Jaynes	
C Robinson, Q. C..
H Nicholson	
Eli Harrison, Jr...
Ah Wing	
W Mitchell	
Alick, Indian	
GEarle	
D McLean	
A Tupage	
T H Jackson	
Sam, Indian	
A McLean	
L Falardean	
Baptiste, Indian ..
L Hautier	
Ah Yeu	
E A Sharpe	
L Good	
Franswa, Indian ..
D Griffith	
J B Felix 	
Ah Lee	
Ah King	
Michell, Indian ...
A Cushing	
Jimmy,Indian....
Ah King	
L Gaborio	
Brought forward.
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES)
—Continued.
Vote No. h0.—Summoning and Paying Jurors and Witnesses.—
Concluded.
Witness fee, re death of Billy Harper, expenses $3.60, 4 days @ $3
Do. do. do.        4.50, 4   ,, 3
Services as Deputy Sheriff at Kamloops, summoning Jurors	
Do.   summoning Jurors	
Do.   in charge of Jury 	
Do.   as Selector of Jurors at Clinton	
Do. do. do	
Serving subpoena on witness James Ford	
Summoning Jurors, horse hire, &c., Clinton Assize, 12 days @ $2.50..
Board, lodging, and horse keep for Livingstone	
Do. do. do	
Summoning Jurors at Clinton Assize	
Do. do. 	
Do. do. 	
Do. do. 	
Serving summonses, Regina v. Boswell 	
Witness fee, Regina v. Boswell, expenses $6.60, l day @ $3
Do. do. do.       25.50, 7   ,. 3
Do. Breswass, 1 day   1.50
Do. Crow and Crazy Jack,   do.       21.60, 5 days      4
Do. do. do. 5.00, 5   „ 1
Do. do. do. 5.00, 5   „ 1
Do. do. do. 5.00, 5   „ 1
Do. do. do. 7.00, 7   „ 1
Do. do. do. 7.00, 7   „ 1
Jurors at Clinton Assize 	
Meals for Jurors, New Westminster Assize :	
Witness fee, Regina v. McKenzie, expenses $1.50, 3 days @ $2	
Serving summonses   	
Witness fee, Regina v. Barry, 1 day @ $2
Do. do. 1   „        2
Do. do. 1   „        2
Do. do. 1   „        2
Do. do. 1   „ 2
Serving summons '	
Services as Selector of Jurors, New Westminster	
Do. do. do. 	
Witness fee, Regina v. Hayes, 11 days @ $2
Do. W. & J. McKee, expenses $3, 4   „ 2
Serving subpoena on witness J. Kelly	
Witness fee, Regina v. Levy, 1 day	
Do. Miller, 2 days	
Serving summonses $5, expenses $6.80	
Witness fee, Regina v. Smith, 5 days @ $4
Do. do. expenses $3, 2   ,, 2
Do. Charley, 6   „ 4
Do. 2 Chinamen, 1 day	
Examination of Indian child and giving evidence	
Witness fee, Regina v. Sul-wha-lum, 4 days @ $1	
Meals, &e., for witnesses, Regina v. Wilson	
Vote No. 50.—Prosecution and Interpreters.
Fee for advice, re granting fiat for writ of error, Regina v. Wang Foon
Services of Indians Paul and Martin, as Interpreters	
Crown Prosecutor, Regina v. Perry, Hayes, & Gray, and Reg. v. Lavin
Services as Interpreter, 3 days,     ' do. "   	
do. Regina v. Charlie, Jim, and Billy	
do.	
do. 	
do. Regina v. Boucher, & Regina v Louis the Chief
do. do.     Crow & Crazy Jack, ex. $15, 5 d. @ $4
do. do.     Lee Won and others,            2 ,,       3
do. do.     Chil-eha-muth,                     1 day
do. do.     Ah Chung   	
do. do.     P L Anderson, Reg. v Alick & Michelle
do. do.     J. Frecinas	
do. do.     Charlie, Johnny, and others	
do. do.     Ah Chung *.	
do. do.     Montine	
do.	
do. re murder of Indian Stoican at Kootenay...
do. do.                                do.
do. Regina v. Robertson, Peter, and Jim	
do. da.     Twentyman & Jacky, & Jack & Jock
do. do.     Ah Shon and Ah Shee	
do. Reg. y. Ah Shon & Ah Shee, & Reg. Ah Chow & E Riley
do.       Regina v. Squalsalmo, 4 days @ $2.50	
do. do.       Ah Kee and Ah Sing	
do. do.       Ah Chow   	
do. do. 2 days @ $2.50	
Carried forward	
333 50
9,502 90
15 00
16 50
120 00
5 00
2 50
5 00
v
5 00
3 00
30 00
7 00
12 00
3 50
20 00
4 00
7 50
2 50
9 60
46 50
1 50
41 60
10 00
10 00
10 00
14 00
14 00
296 65
13 00
7 50
7 90
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
3 00
5 00
5 00
22 00
11 00
2 50
2 00
4 00
11 80
20 00
20 00
7 00
24 00
24 00
4 00
10 00
10 00
4 00
3 75
10,393 30
60 00
2 00
200 00
9 00
2 50
2 50
2 60
3 00
35 00
6 00
1 50
2 60
4 00
2 00
3 00
2 50
3 00
2 50
3 00
3 00
13 00
4 00
2 00
7 00
10 00
1 60
2 00
6 00
387 60
384 00
10,393 30 62
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 80th June, 1884.
TO WHOM PAID,
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
cts.
8   cts.
G Cicero	
Chin Ah You	
AhFoo	
Jim, Indian	
J B Felix	
J W McKay	
J Sapiel	
T H Jackson	
Chin Ah You	
Ah King	
W Mitchell	
J Canessa	
LGood	
Linn, Indian	
Wa Sing	
J Clapperton	
A Tupage	
Billy, Indian	
Won Wah	
Corbould & McColl	
DMEberts	
Do	
Eli Harrison, Jr	
W D Ferris	
G Lee Po	
M Edgson	
H Fry	
Do.   ;	
Do	
Do	
Do	
S J Tunstall, M.D	
J Mcintosh	
H B Dart	
GBaillie	
E Skure	
A F Hautier	
R J Bentley, M.D	
J Garrow, M.D	
C N Trew, M. D  	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
L W LeBallister	
Do	
D Cluness, M.D	
B C Express Co	
T Benton	
C Hayward	
E O'Rourke	
S Wasley	
J Clapperton	
Do	
Do	
J Evans	
R D Mather	
Laua & Swanswa, Inds.
Franswa, Indian   	
D Cluness, M.D	
T Munro	
J Scutto	
Nathan, Indian	
Samson & Billy, Indians
Dominion Govt. Tel	
W Innes	
Jack and Jim, Indians..
J Punch	
T York	
J Maelure	
CP N Co	
WJkS Jones, M.D....
D Cluness, M.D	
G O Lock	
W Craven 	
Kimball & Gladwin	
S J Tunstall, M.D	
J Robotham, M.D	
Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES)
—Continued.
Vote No. SO.—Prosecution and Interpreters.—Concluded.
Services as Interpreter, Reg. v. E. Lemon .
2....
2.50
2.50
Ah Yue, 3 days @ 82.50	
Ah Fin et. al., and Regina v. Chamberlayne
George, 4 days @ 82, expenses 86.50	
do	
Pike and Lemon, 2 days @ 84
E. Lemon, 2   ,,
Kay and others,  3   ,,
do. 4   „
do. Ah Hop
Jimmy, Billy, and others, & Reg. v. T. Atchus
l.gidio, 1 day S3, expenses 81-05	
C. Walkus, 4 davs @ ¥2.50	
do	
Ah Cook, and Regina v. Randall and Hart.
Billy Harper	
Crow and Crazy Jack, 11 days @S3, ex. 806.50
Crazy Johnny, and Regina v. Triciwas
Indian Billy   	
Crown Prosecutor at New Westminster fall assize	
do. Nanaimo do.	
do. do. June Assize 	
Counsel fee on writ of error in Wong Foon v. the Queen	
Informations and warrants, &c, in sundry cases	
Meals, bed, and horse keep for Wm. L. Meason	
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Vote No. 51.—Expenses of Inquests.
Services as Special Constable at inquest on body of Indian Swiamatze..
Serving subpoenas and mileage do. do.
Holding inquest, 810; mileage 84, do.
Holding preliminary enquiry, re death of J. Lemons, mileage, &c	
Holding inquest on body of Indian Johnny 810; mileage 87.75	
do.       on bodies of Harry and Jenny Ward, mileage, &c	
Post-mortem examination on body of J. Sotellio 810; mileage 84.80	
Hire of team for G. C. Tunstall & others, re inquest on body of Sotellio
Meals for Coroner Dewdney holding inquest on bodies of two Chinamen
Meals and bed,       do. do. do.
± meal, do. do. do.
Heals and bed,       do. do. do.
Post-mortem examination on body of Sarah Mitchell, & giving evidence
do.                                           do.                           do.
Holding inquest on body of Sarah Mitchell	
do.        on bodies of Twentyman and Jacky, executed	
Post-mortem examination on John Gillen, Chilliwhack, and mileage...
Holding inquest on body of Wm. Robertson	
do. on two bodies 810; mileage 82.40	
do. on body of Wm. Creighton 810; mileage 86.80	
Carriage hire for Con. Stewart and Insp. of Mines, inquest on Ah Quong
do. do. do. do.      Ah Yune
Holding inquest on body of Ah Quong 810; travelling expenses 82.60..
Team hire for Coroner Dewdney from Yale to Lytton, and return	
Meals for A. Stephenson and Constable Hussey, re murder of Ah Yip..
Interment of Mary Shoon, a suicide, Cedar Hill 	
Meals and horse keep for Jurors at inquest, re Billy Harper	
Messenger for Coroner, from Nicola to Kamloops	
Holding inquest on body of Billy Harper, Nicola, and mileage 	
Exhuming body of Billy Harper &c	
Holding inquest on body of T. Matthews	
Sun noning Coroner's Jury and attending inquest, re Stoican	
Horse hire for four Indians do. do	
Disinterment and burial of body of do	
Services as Interpreter at inquest of do	
Holding inquest on body of A h Yune 810; mileage 82.40	
Rent of room, &c., for holding inquest on body of Ah Yune	
Team for Con. Harcourt to 50-mile post, re enquiry bodies of 2 Chinamen
do. Hussey to 62-mile post, viewing bodies of do.
Interment of Chinaman	
Sundry messages, re inquest on body of Louis Sam	
Horse hire and keep for Supt. Todd to Sumass and return, re Louis Sam
Services as messengers, and assisting to remove body of do.
Horse hire, &c, for C. Todd, re removal of body of do.
Board, beds, & horse keep for Supt. Todd and Jury re inquest  do.
do. do. do.       Moresby, do.
Passage and meals, do.     to New Westminster, do.
Post-mortem examination on body of S. Harris 810; mileage 82.40	
Holding inquest do. 	
Assisting at post-mortem do.        	
do.        do. do.	
Conveying a body from Lytton to Steamer   	
Visitsto Nicoia, post-mortem examination on Billy Harper, & expenses
Post-mortem examination on body of Indian Johnny, and mileage	
Carried forward.
387 50
387 50
384 00 10,393 30
4 00
7 50
12 50
14 50
3 00
8 00
4 00
7 60
10 00
2 50
7 00
4 05
10 00
6 00
12 50
5 00
99 60
3 00
2 60
360 00
175 00
485 00
275 00
21 25
7 60
10 00
14 50
14 00
4 25
17 75
10 50
14 80
5 00
1 00
1 50
60
1 50
10 00
10 00
10 00
20 00
37 50
10 00
12 40
16 80
10 00
10 00
12 60
50 00
6 00
15 00
6 75
15 00
20 00
10 00
10 00
13 50
6 00
5 00
2 00
12 40
4 00
8 00
4 00
4 00
4 12
11 00
2 00
6 50
20 00
7 50
14 25
12 40
10 00
2 50
2 50
2 00
312 00
35 20
1,930
22 12,324 10 48 Vic.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
63
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE,
Arrears,
$   cts.
8   cts.
8   cts.
CPNCo	
Sabiston & Wilcox ..
Gough's Hotel	
WMcN Jones, M.D.
J Hilbert	
Charley, Indian	
J V Millington	
D Cluness, M.D	
T Pocock	
ESkuse	
HHantz, J.P  	
C B H Hanvey, M. D
W L LeBallister	
J A Kearney	
C P N Co	
WWWalkem.M. D.
R O'Brien, M.D	
W Mitchell	
Charley, Indian	
Hansz & Pocock	
WWWalkem, M. D.
J W Miller	
J E Lord	
W J French	
Victoria Transfer Co.
Do. do.     .
W Jackson, M.D	
AW Lawson	
Galbraith Bros	
J Hilbert	
Hoy & Fry	
Florence Ferguson..
SBlakely	
J Davis	
PHauek	
Hoy & Fry	
J Davis	
J Thomas	
C Hayward	
Suck & Charley, Indians.
E Wagg	
Jim & Johnny, Indians..
R Keeler	
T Pamphlet	
H Saunders	
Mrs Calvert	
J D Campbell	
J Pettit	
HO Wilson	
D Green	
W Smith	
TN Hibben & Co	
Victoria Gas Co	
Mrs J Drout	
VanVolkenburg& Co.
Neufelder & Ross	
Victoria Water Works
P J Houlihan	
Borde & Morley	
W J Jeffrey	
CCFox	
G R Lawrence	
A Phillips	
J Engelhardt	
J Rudland	
H Nicholson	
I B Nason	
T Harper	
Mason & Daly	
J H St Laurent	
J Cunningham & Co...
J Lindsay 	
Brought forward.
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OP JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES)
—Continued.
Vote No. 61.—Expenses of Inquests.—Concluded.
Passage, meals, and room for Supt. Todd, from Victoria to Nanaimo
and return, re inquest on body of J. Guthrie	
Lodging for Supt. Todd at Nanaimo, re inquest on body of J. Guthrie
Board, &c., do. do. do. do.
Post-mortem examination on body of J. Guthrie 810; mileage 84.80
Disinterment of body of do	
do. Indian Johnny	
Bringing in body of Indian Jake from Cedar Hill	
Holding inquest on body of T. Merrit	
Team hire for Con. Hussey & Jury to 50-mile post, re inquest, M. Raynie
Meals and horse keep for    do. do. do.
Services as Coroner at 50-mile post, do.
Post-mortem examination on body of M. Raynie 810; mileage 89.12
Stage hire for Coroner's Jury viewing body of J. Guthrie	
do. do.       to cemetery do. 	
Conveying body of J. Owens from Chemainus to Nanaimo for inquest
Holding inquest on bodies of J. Owens & Neil McLean 820; mileage 81.20
Post-mortem examination       do	
Interment of John Leonard	
Assisting at burial of do	
Conveying remains of do.    to cemetery at Lytton	
Post-mortem exam, on body of Ward, Chemainus, 810; mileage 810..
Conveying Officer Moresby & Dr. Trew to cemetery, re exam, on Gillon
Interment of two men killed at Nicomcn Slough	
Special trip to Port Moody with Officer Sharpe and return with 2 bodies
Carriage to Lion Brewery, re inquest on body of J. J. Robertson	
do.      Work Estate, do. J. R. Jackson	
Attendance at inquest, as witness, on bodies of J. J. Robertson & Jake
Carriage hire for Coroner and Police, witnesses, re inquest, J. McGlare
Ferriage of Jurors over Kootenay River, & return, do. Indian Strieican
Assisting at post-mortem on body of Wm. Owens	
Vote No. 52.—Criminal Punishments.
Erecting scaffold and interring bodies of Indians Twentyman and Jacky
Linen supplied and making caps for execution of do.
Executioner of do.
Ringing bell during execution of do.
Executioner of Robertson	
Erecting scaffold for execution of Robertson	
Ringing bell during do. do	
Executioner of Edward Lemon	
Erecting scaffold and burial of Edward Lemon	
Vote No. 53.—Rewards.
Reward  for information of deserters from H. M. S. " Heroine " .
do.       for recovery of body of Robert Craroy	
do.       for assisting to capture Indians Twentyman and Jackey.
Vote No. 5U.—Keep of Prisoners.
One case of coal oil, Esquimalt Lock-up	
One ton of coal, do. 	
One case of coal oil, do. 	
Cordwood supplied do. 	
Prison supply, do.  ;	
Six new keys for hand-cuffs and leg-irons	
Sundry repairs, &c, Victoria Gaol	
Clothing and blankets, do. 	
Cleaning yard,, 12 months, do. 	
Record book, stationery, and stamps for  do.
Gas supplied do.
Bread, do. 	
Meat and vegetables, do. 	
Groceries, do. 	
Water, do. 	
Wood, do. 	
Sharpening tools for use of convicts,        do.  \\
Clothing, do. 	
Milk, do .'.'.'.'.'
Water (during break in water pipes),        do	
50 packages of paper, do. 	
Coal, do	
Keep of prisoner Evans at Metlakathla	
do. Indian John at Osoyoos, 10 days @ 81 	
Making wedges for use of prisoners, and sharpening saws, Richfield.
Wood for Gaol at Richfield :	
Sundry articles,       do	
Prison supply, Quesnellemouth  ■..."
One pair of patent hand-cuffs, Richfield	
Prison supply, do	
Carried forward.
387 50
487 50
22    12,324 10
13 50
2 0C
6 0C
14 8C
15 0C
3 25
2 5C
10 00
6 0C
2 5C
10 OC
19 12
5 0C
4 0C
10 OC
21 2C
10 OC
7 5C
2 0C
3 0C
20 0C
5 0C
27 0C
22 5C
6 OC
7 50
10 00
7 50
8 00
2 50
100 00
3 50
100 00
2 60
50 00
60 00
2 60
100 00
82 75
20 00
100 00
100 00
4 00
7 25
4 00
27 00
20 75
2 50
53 50
569 75
140 50
44 87
524 20
890 79
509 64
472 25
250 00
220 00
13 87
170 44
104 05
2 50
10 00
194 50
11 50
10 CO
10 50
25 00
17 25
18 00
6 50
45 00
1,176 59
501 25
220 00
14,221 94 64
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   ets.
S   cts.
S   cts.
Brought forward.
Callbreath, Grant & Cook.
G C Tunstall	
A McDonnell	
J Beaven	
E Quennell	
Grangers Market	
C Karst	
T Spellman	
Mary, Indian	
Renwick & Co	
J HStirtan	
A Meyer & Co	
W Dewdney	
Hudson Bay Co	
E Skure	
Johnnv, Indian	
W Yates	
F Soues	
Julia, Indian	
A Peele	
R Dickinson	
Martha Harvey	
R W Deane	
R Thomas	
D S Curtis & Co	
D McPhaden	
W Blackie	
M Richards	
G Baillie	
E Marvin	
T Paine	
D B Grant	
F Wilson	
J K Lydon	
E A Sharpe	
Louis, Indian:	
W P Jaynes	
E B Marvin	
Matthews, Richards&Tye
Hall & Goepel	
Belmont B & S Store ....
P McQuade & Son	
Langley & Co	
b1 Norris	
H Short	
E Marvin	
Borde & Conlin	
J Morley	
T J Burns	
W J Jeffree	
Trapp Bros	
E S Scoullar & Co	
Dominion Saw Mill Co...
J H Pleace & Co	
H Elliott	
M L Eckstein	
S H Webb	
Prout & Co	
D B Grant  	
CG Major	
C McDonough	
VanVolkenburg & Co.   ..
M Cantwell	
J L Metz	
J H Neil	
C McNaughton	
W Robinson	
T R Pearson & Co	
A Gregory & Co	
A Masters, M.D	
Roval City Planing Mills.
E Wintrip	
J Houser	
E Deslorier	
J Lindsay	
J Houser	
CP O'Neil	
Mason &DaIy	
EBell	
J McCully	
McLellan & Co	
FW Foster	
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
—Continued.
Vote No. 5k.~K.eep of Prisoners.—Continued.
Buckets, broom, wood, &c., for Lock-up, Cassiar	
Prison supplies for Kamloops Gaol 	
Charges on hand-cuffs for Clinton Gaol.	
Coal for Nanaimo Gaol 	
Meat and vegetables, Nanaimo Gaol	
do. do	
Bread, do	
Fish, do	
Fish, do	
Sharpening tools for convicts, Nanaimo Gaol	
Water, do 	
Groceries, clothing, &c., do. 	
Prison supply, Yale Gaol	
Soap, broom, etc.,   do	
Two barrels of lime, do	
Whitewashing do	
Meals for Indian prisoners at Hope	
Prison supply, Clinton Gaol	
Cleaning Lillooet Gaol	
Medicines for New Westminster Gaol	
Meat and vegetables, do	
Bread, do	
Grant towards building a tank for water supply, New Westminster Gaol
Leather and findings for New Westminster Gaol	
Medicines, do. 	
Groceries, do. 	
Repairing stove, tools, etc., do.	
One case of coal oil for Lock-up at Laketon	
Prison supply, Lytton Gaol	
Revolver and cartridges, Lj'tton Gaol	
Watching bush fires at Port Moody Gaol, and building latrine	
Lantern, buckets, etc., Port Moody Gaol	
One cord of wood for do	
Cordwood, and cutting same,       do	
Prison supply, do	
Donation at expiration of sentence	
Blankets, tin cups, etc., Cowichan Lock-up	
Paint, brushes, etc., Victoria Gaol	
Hand-cuffs, keys, etc.,        do	
Coal, do	
Leather and findings, do	
Lime, brushes, etc., do	
Medicines, do.        	
9 doz. leather straps, do	
Firearms, do	
Two pairs of hand-cuffs,      do :	
Sharpening tools and repairing leg-irons, Victoria Gaol	
Leg-irons do.     '    	
Lodging for J. Miles, guard, Victoria Gaol, during repairs to guard-room
Clothing for New Westminster Gaol	
Tools, paint, cartridges, glass, etc., New Westminster Gaol   	
Buckets, water-pipe, etc., do. 	
Lumber, do. 	
Oars for Police boat, do. 	
Wood, do. 	
Clock, lamp, coal oil, etc., do. 	
Door lock, cartridges, etc., do. 	
Milk, do. 	
Blankets, and sundry provisions, do. 	
Provisions, etc., do. 	
Blankets, flannels, etc., dp. 	
Beef and vegetables, do. 	
Wood for Quesnelle Gaol	
do. do. 	
Express hire	
Clock for office, New Westminster Gaol	
One cord of wood, do.	
Stationery, do. 	
Provisions, do. 	
Surgical attendance, do.	
One desk for office, do.  ,
Making wedges used by prisoners at Richfield Gaol	
Labour removing and splitting wood, do. 14£ days @ 83.50.,
15 cords of wood, do. ..". ,
Prison supply, do.	
do. do.	
Repairing stove, etc., do. 	
Coal oil, candles, broom, etc., do.  ,
Ticking and shirts, Clinton Gaol   	
Stove and pipe, do. 	
Making leg-irons and riveting ^90.75; bars and holts §17.50, Clinton G
One bottle of Sarsaparilla, Clinton Gaol	
Carried forward	
487 50
487 50
4,3S0 11 14,221 94
59 75
131 43
75
57 25
12 75
211 01
203 49
50
50
18 24
48 00
90 14
568 50
1 62
5 00
1 60
5 25
467 00
1 50
172 00
502 52
1,071 17
100 00
164 35
18 50
713 89
35 99
16 00
107 50
21 50
16 00
5 75
3 00
37 75
22 25
20 00
7 75
20 85
119 64
32 00
26 18
47 74
200 16
24 75
66 00
15 00
110 01
91 00
20 00
186 99
62 52
57 83
26 12
5 50
589 50
14 25
18 50
16 04
19 50
33 33
310 70
453 57
8 00
25 00
1 25
8 50
3 50
19 63
32 70
5 00
17 25
12 00
50 75
75 00
104 00
61 0C
9 60
27 00
8 50
10 00
108 25
2 00
12,462 72 14,221 94 48 Vic.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
65
TO WHOM PAID,
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
8   cts,
S   cts.
U Nelson	
FW Foster	
J McBride	
Yale Water Works ...
E McCartney	
Powers Bros	
FL Budlong	
EBC Hanington, M.D..
B C Express Co	
Hudson Bay Co	
FS Wade, M.D	
GBaillie	
Victor Delatre	
R Curnow	
Havens & Co	
J Mclntyre	
B C Express Co	
Price & Staples	
Jack, Indian	
J Ward	
WE McCartney	
S J Tunstall, M.D	
W Mitchell	
B C Express Co	
J Dickey	
Charley, Indian	
A W Smith	
C Phair	
Mun Lee	
J Clearihue	
Joe, Indian	
R D Mathers 	
E Kelly	
B Morigean	
D Griffith	
HT Hudson	
G H Johnston	
Mara & Wilson	
EG Prior	
Alexeen, Indian	
Nanaimo "Free Press" ..
Hirst Bros	
Matthews,Richards&Tye
J Abrams 	
S D Levy	
W Wilson	
Langley & Co	
BH Wilson	
J Miller	
J Garrow, M.D	
F F Nelson	
FGoallo	
G Kier	
"Colonist"	
"Evening Post"	
Goodacre & Dooley	
T Eaton	
HFindley	
Fell & Co	
J J Wilson	
D Lenevue	
Steitz Bros	
CBall	
Marvin & Tilton	
CERedfern	
J Gray	
G Elvin	
W Sincebeam	
M A Eckstein	
J Wintemute	
Peter, Indian	
Ah How	
D B Grant	
C E Coon	
T W Fletcher	
J Cunningham & Co	
Brought forward.
J McLean...,
PC Dunlevy.
T Hammill ..
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
—Continued.
Vote No. 5U.—Keep of Prisoners.—Concluded.
Towels, soap, blankets, etc., Clinton Gaol	
One iron wheelbarrow, do	
Sundry tinware, and repairs to stove, etc., Yale Gaol	
Water, do	
Medicines, - do	
Brooms, lime, brushes, &c. do	
Sharpening saw, do	
Medical attendance on prisoners, do	
Exprcssage on leg-irons, etc., do	
Sundry articles, do	
Medical attendance, Lytton Gaol	
Prison supply, do	
do. do	
do. do	
Blankets, towels, lamp, etc., Lytton Gaol	
Medicine, do	
Express charges on blankets, etc., do	
Riveting irons on prisoners, repairing stove, etc., Lytton Gaol	
Washing blankets, Lytton Gaol	
Freight on irons, do	
Medicine, do	
Medical attendance,       do	
Services as nurse, do	
Freight on hand-cuffs to Spence's Bridge 	
One cord of wood, Lillooet Gaol	
Sawing and splitting wood, do	
One pair of blankets, do	
Prison supply, do	
Keep of Indian prisoner Black Jim, Lillooet Gaol	
Axe handle, stove pipe, etc., Laketon	
14 cords of wood for Gaol,       do.        	
Prison supply, cordwood, etc., Kootenay Gaol 	
do. do. 	
do. do. 	
Repairing leg-irons, provisions, etc., do. 	
Revolver and cartridges, do. 	
Sundry cooking utensils, do. 	
Cooking utensils, soap, etc., Kamloops Gaol	
Three pairs of hand-cuffs, do. 	
Wood for Osoyoos Gaol	
Advertising for tenders for supplies to Nanaimo Gaol  	
Provisions and clothing, Nanaimo Gaol	
do.
do.
do.
do
do.
Six padlocks,
Brogans and socks,
Fish,
Galvanized pipe, etc.,
One gallon of carbolic acid,
Blankets, coal oil, etc., Granville Gaol.
Prison supply, do. 	
Medical attendance, do. 	
Coal oil and lamp, do. 	
Donation at expiration of sentence	
Prison supply, Cowichan Lock-up   	
Advertising for tenders for supplies to Victoria Gaol	
do. do. - do. 	
Meat and vegetables, Victoria Gaol	
Services as nurse, do	
1 key and repairs to hand-cuffs, Victoria Gaol	
Provisions, do. 	
Bread, do. 	
One bale of straw, do. 	
Extras for prisoner under sentence of death, Victoria Gaol.
Sundry blacksmithing, Victoria Gaol	
Hand-cuffs, leg-irons, etc.,       do	
Repairing clock, do	
Making fence around Esquimalt Gaol	
Expressage on 1 barrel of lime, do	
Wood for Port Moody Gaol	
Coal oil, padlocks, etc., Port Moody Gaol	
Bedstead for do. 	
Cleaning do. 	
do. . do. 	
Coal oil, matches, etc., do.	
Medicines, do. 	
One Wanzer sewing machine for New Westminster Gaol
Buckets, brushes, etc., do. ...
Vote No. 05.—Rents.
Use of room for County Court and Court of Assize, Quesnelle
do. do. Soda Creek	
do, do. Kamloops	
Carried forward.
500 60
12,402 72  14,221 94
27 25
21 25
22 75
24 00
16 87
21 00
75
7 50
50
2
6 00
113 00
193 50
12 75
31 00
6 87
5 66
12 00
3 60
2 60
1 50
5 00
3 00
2 00
4 00
2 50
6 00
10 50
13 00
3 00
63 00
471 21
42 62
24 00
60 75
18 50
12 20
7 88
19 50
17 50
4 00
208 82
4 50
28 35
1 00
9 25
2 60
134 35
489 50
10 00
7 25
40 00
6 00
8 00
4 00
156 30
10 00
2 00
95 47
136 88
1 25
2 00
13 12
40 60
2 60
30 00
1 50
17 50
7 75
2 50
15 00
3 00
6 60
3 16
60 00
26 25
10 00
5 00
20 00
35 00
15,351 36
29,573 66
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
8   cts.
8   cts.
8   cts.
J MeKenncy	
J Rodello.	
E Cannell	
Marshall & Smith	
Callbreath.Grant & Cook.
P Brady	
J A Clarke	
J G Taylor	
T H Giffin	
Charley, Indian..
Joe, do
Sam,        do
J Rudlan	
H Nicholson	
RElley	
E Hodges	
DAN Ogilvy....
L P Louis	
H Nicholson	
H Jackson	
J R D Walker ...
W Yates	
C McMillan	
Do        	
R H Sweeney....
J Harcourt	
J Pierce	
Whetkin, Indian.
J Allison	
J Boswell	
JW Woods	
T Paine	
Do   	
Do  	
F A Sinclair	
F Reid	
A F McDonald ...
M Edgson	
H Murray	
J Sullivan	
P Bylander	
W Yates	
W Sweeney	
C McHardy	
E Hodges	
L P Lewis	
J Sullivan	
J Winger	
J Swanwick	
J Prescott 	
P Eagan	
J C Martin	
C McMillan	
J Harcourt	
M Curnow	
J McCauley	
J McKay	
R Dowdal	
C J McMartin...
R J McCann	
T Paine	
T Fisher	
C R Monk	
J Bine	
J Kelly	
S Knight	
T Miller	
E Hodges	
M Driscoll	
J Evans	
B Moragra	
J Blake	
Mathias, Indian.
Do
Do
Do
Brought forward .
VII.-
-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
—Continued.
Vote No. 56.—Rents.—Concluded.
Use of room for County Court, New Westminster .
do. Justice of the Peace Court, Comox.
do. Grand Jury, Kamloops  	
do. do. Clinton
Rent of Lock-up at Telegraph Creek, 4 months @ 85
do.                                    do. 2       „            5
do.                    Port Moody, 12       „          12
Rent of house for Constable Campbell, Esquimalt, 12      ,,         12
Rent of Office and Lock-up at Glenora, 6      ,,         10
Vote No. 56.—Special ConstaUes.
T Pine  Services assisting Constable at Port Moody
G Palmer  Special Constable at Gordon Head,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
2 days @ 82.50
arresting Shil-chu-mill for murder,       0   ,, 2
do. do. 4   „ 2
do. do. 1 day 2
keeping and watching H. Evans at Metlakathla	
arresting Indian, 27 d. @ 83; paid Indian to assist $21
during Constable Kirkup's absence, 4 days @ 82.50..
Assizes, Victoria, and services to San Juan, re Hesse
do. 7 days @ 82.50	
do. 8    „ 2.50	
returning from New West, to Osoyoos, 10 days @ 83
extra Convict Guard, New West., 33   ,,     82.5C
to Pitt River with Constable Moresby	
bringing prisoner from Hope	
during Officer Kirkup's absence at Susp. Bridge, 10 d.
10
4 „
32 „
8„
do. Victoria,
during Officer Hussey's absence at Yale,
do. do. Victoria,
do.       Harcourt's absence at Big Bar,
arresting Indian Charlie.	
in charge of Grand Jury	
returning to Alkali Lake from Clinton ......
executing search warrant, premises of J Miller, Lillooet
in case of Gee Gin, re opium selling	
to Port Moody, re Chinese case	
guarding prisoners at night at Maple Ridge
Regina v. Gee Guy, 2 days @ 83	
do.       Ah Fin & others, 2   „ 3	
do.       J. Paul, 2   „ 3	
do.        Weingart   	
in New Westminster Gaol, 30 days @ 82.50	
at Victoria Assize and taking convicts to Penitentiary
searching for escaped prisoner from Lytton Gaol	
bringing Indian prisoners, Hope to Yale,    2 days @ 83
searching for Anderson, re murder of Hesse, 43   ,,     S
do. do. 23   „      S
at Court of Assize, 3 days <
do. 3   ,,
do. 3   „
do. 3   „
do. 2   „
do. 3   ,,
in charge of J. Frecinas, 9   ,,
arresting prisoner, including horse hirel	
during absence of Officer Kirkup,       20 days @ 82.5C
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in charge of Jury, 14   ,, 2.!
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at Burrard Inlet during Constable Miller's absence
extra Gaol Guard, 3rd September to 31st Dec., 1883.
during General Assize, New West.
arresting and conveying Sing to N. W.
searching for J. Barber,
at Assize Court, Nanaimo,
Night Guard at Victoria Gaol during illness of Guard,
Special Constable arresting 2 men for horse stealing,
do. arresting Indians, re murder of Stoican, 7   ,,
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TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
8   cts.
9   cts.
8   cts.
J Sabiston, Jr	
J Hanzell	
S Price	
A Tranfleld	
H McLean	
JMcMurphy	
C Green	
E English	
J Houser	
H H Burr	
T Paine	
J F Guest	
W Meason, Jr	
J Mitchell	
J Mears	
W L Meason	
J E Moore	
J Boswell	
Huststiclog, Indian
A Wilson	
R Rivers	
J Linn	
J Miles	
W Hoggan	
RCliffe	
J Crossan	
J Beaven	
J Beaghan	
R Robinson	
W Milbum	
W Pittigrew	
A Cushing	
D McLachlan	
I Brown	
C Pearson	
T Munro	
J McDonald	
A Holmes	
W Clark	
E Hodge	
W McNeil	
W Clarke	
A Cameron	
T McHarrie	
W C Robinson	
C Weir	
J Deans	
F K Williams	
J Sabiston, Jr	
H H Burr	
Jem, Indian	
G McLeod	
J Bine	
J F Guest	
J Evans 	
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Tom, Indian	
W Harvey	
G MeCue	
WRoskelly	
Joe, Indian	
G Kier	
L P Lew-is	
E Abel	
C Pagden	
T McHardie	
CBBrown	
J Winger	
W Clark	
H Roxbury	
DAN Og-ilvy	
W McNeil	
E Hodge	
J Sullivan	
N S Snyder	
C Russell	
E R Quincey	
L P Lewis	
W Clark	
J Sullivan	
J Alexander 	
W McNeil	
Brought forward.
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
—Continued.
Vote No. 56.—Special Constables.—Continued.
Special Constable, Nanaimo, searching for escaped priso'r, 13 d. @ 82,50
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arresting Indian Jack,
Indians Crow- and Crazy Jack, 12
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during absence of Cons. Lindsay, 20 Dec. to 11 May
do. Constable Kirkup,  10 days @ 82.!
assisting Constable Sharpe, sundry services	
re Gillon murder case	
Conveying prisoner to Clinton, and return, 5 d. @ 84
at McDame Creek, allowance, two months	
assisting to arrest Indian Jacky, 2 days @ 84
guarding prisoners Crazy Jack & Crow, 5   ,, 4
do. do. 5   ,, 4
arresting Crazy Jack & Crow & searching'for B. Toosy
guarding prisoners at Little Dog Creek
arresting Indians, Nanaimo,
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searching for escaped prisoner, Nanaimo, 10 d. @ 82.50
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at Lytton during Con. Hussey's absence, 8 ,,
Night Guard, Government Buildings,   165 ,,
searching Indian villages for stolen property .
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watching suspicious persons, 12 days (
Night Guard at Government House, 93 ,,
at Esquimalt 1   ,,
at Victoria Gaol, 1   ,,
at Metchosin, 2   ,,
arresting murderer of Indian Jake, 3 ,,
conveying prisoner Pike to Victoria, 4 ,,
searching for escaped prisoners, 3   ,,
to Hope and Harrison River, 2    ,,
arresting Indian Billy, 1   ,,
in charge of prisoner Ah Hong, 2    ,,
during absence of Constable Moresby, 4   ,,
arresting^ conveying AhWacktogaol, 13   ,,
in charge of prisoners, Kootenay,       50   ,,
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searching for stolen property, 2   ,,
and Night Guard at Esquimalt, 55   ,,
at Government Buildings, 26   „
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arresting Indian Elijah, 5   ,,
re death of J. Lemon
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searching baggage of suspicious persons ,
at Court of Assize, Victoria, 3
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& detective in Washington Territory,   24
assisting Officer Roycraft at Sumass,    3
attending Court of Assize, Victoria.
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in charge of Indian witness,
sundry services,
night guard, Victoria Gaol,
in charge of prisoner Wilson,
at Gorge,
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Publio Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
8   cts.
8   cts.
B B Skinner ....
R Pool	
J Sabiston, Jr ..
W Todd	
H H Burr	
C Phair	
E English	
F English	
J Boswell	
B F English	
J Lantly	
T Paine	
C Wethcrall	
C L Lewis	
WBrash	
Samson, Indian .
J Bell	
J McKay	
J McLennan ....
M Baptiste	
DLeggett	
J Glassey	
WBohn	
G W Fleming ...
W J Brennan ...
Tom, Indian	
T Paine	
J Collins	
Harry, Indian...
L P Lewis	
J Sullivan	
J Deans	
T Saunders	
G MeCue	
J W Burr	
Joe, Indian .....
W Michell	
J McKay	
P Tompsett	
J Allison	
J Sabiston, Jr ..
A Hamilton 	
GW Taylor	
T Miller	
J Sabiston	
J McAulay	
N Lee	
S Wasley	
C Phair 	
G Stephenson. ..
WG Manson...
T M Hamilton .
J Rich	
Billy, Indian...
Peter,     do ...
J Dickens	
Jim,     Indian
Line.
Tommy
Samson
Joe,
Jules,
Sinchute, do
Charley,    do
Pollock,
Jack,
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Jim,
Bone,
Billy,
David,
Patue,
Gerry,
Towsey,
Anaham,   do
Hap, do
Charley,    do
CAnah'am.do
Brought forward
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES)
—Continued.
Vote No. 56.—Special Constables.—Continued.
Special Constable
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extra gaol guard, Nanaimo, 124   ,, 2.50
with Constable Stephenson, re murder of Indians
assisting Constable to arrest drunken Indians ...
during Constable Kirkup's absence,    16 days @ 82.50
in charge of prisoner at Lillooet, 7   ,, 1.50
w-atching prisoner at night	
assisting Constable Boswell, 8   ,, 4
Regina v. Twentyman, 40   ,, 4
do. 34   „ 4
during Constable Miller's absence 	
searching for lunatic, 4   ,, 3
Kootenay Gaol, 46   ,, 3
do. 45   „ 3
in charge of prisoners Ah Choo and others	
at Lytton	
during absence of Constable Hussey,    1 day  @ 83
do. do. 7   „ 3
do. Constable Tunstall    2J „ 2.50
in charge of Indian prisoners	
in charge of J. Walters   	
& Toll Collector, Lytton, 25 Mar. to 30 June, 880 ® m.
arresting Indian Jacky, 6 days @ 84
night-watchman, Yale, 1 April to 30 June, @ 815 $
at New Westminster, 5 days @ 82.50
assisting Constable Miller, 2   ,, 1.50
in care of Thos. Blackey, 2   ,, 3
New Westminster gaol 1   ,, 2.50
serving summonses on Indians	
capturing murderer of Indian Jake
at Victoria gaol, 0 days @ 82.50
at Plumper Pass, 18   ,, 3
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serving warrant	
assisting gaoler at Lytton, 5   ,, 2
assisting Constable Hussey to arrest T. Atchus ....
during absence of do. at New West'r 3 days @ 83
in charge of U. Ward, 4   ,, 3
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Nanaimo gaol
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arresting Indians at Euclataw camp
Nanaimo assize,
and piloting sloop to Cape Mudgc,
in charge of Kamloops gaol
re enquiry as to death of Billy Harper
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taking charge of Ind. prisoner Jackson, 7 days @ 81.50
at SavonaVFerry	
arrest and taking prisoner to gaol 	
Regina v. D. Favell, 4 days @ 84
do. and Boswell	
in pursuit of escaped prisoners Boswell and Favell
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messenger to W. L. Meason, J.P	
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pursuit of Twentyman, with 3 horses, 11 days @ 83
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7,897 93 48 Vic.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
69
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
9   cts.
8  cts.
$   cts.
Tathes, Indian.
Blinkman,do .
Frank, do .
Matsey, do .
Alexis, do .
Birdstone, do .
Willehm, do .
Johnny, do .
Pinto, do .
Jeff, do   .
Bird, do   .
Tie, do   .
Sulkie, do .
Quit, do   .
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Jim, do   .
George, do .
Cilcuna, do .
Cossin, do .
Squa, do .
Tusey, Chief .
Sail, do   .
Johnny, do .
Nerpites, do .
Calcal, do .
Curcuss, do .
Little Dog, do .
Charley, do .
Captain, do .
Simco, do ,
Selpet, do .
Jim, do   .
Joe, do   .
H H Burr	
Jim, Indian....
J Buie	
J F Guest	
W Cassidy	
D McGregor ...
J Huntley	
P L Gushing ...
J M Steele	
T York	
Tom, Indian...
J Deane 	
J McMurphy.. .
J McMurphy...
J Ibbotson ....
W D Ferris, Jr.
0 F Kerr	
R Ferguson....
Pete, Indian ...
G Heffner	
J Mitchell	
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T J Trapp	
J Punch	
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J Peterson	
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W Pooley	
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W Wilson	
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Brought forward.
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES)
—Continued,
Vote No. 56.—Special Constables.—Concluded.
Special Constable, in pursuit of Twentyman & Jacky,
with 1 horse,
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during Cons. Kirkup's absence at N. W. 18   ,
bringing prisoner Quong fr. Boston B. 2   ,
at the execution of Robertson 	
assisting W. Moresby, re Gillon murder,3£ ,, 3
New Westminster gaol, 3 nights    2.50
at election, New Westminster, 1 day 2.50
sundry services at Burrard Inlet, and during Constable Miller's absence, 18 days @ S3, 20 days @ 82.50
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in charge of Louie Sam, an Indian	
do. do. 	
2 days @ 81.50  	
at Granville 	
attending Court of Appeal	
at Court, New Westminster, 4 days % 83
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in pursuit of escaped prisoner, 5^ days @ 83
with warrant for arrest of do. 5^   ,, 4
at McDame Creek, 1 Jan. to 31 May,  5 months @ 825
dc. 1st to 30th June	
Vote No. 57.—Transport of Constables and Prisoners.
Canoe hire for Special Constable arresting Shil-chu-mult, 4 days @ 82
Fare and meals for Supt.Todd, & freight on horse and buggy to New W.
Hire of horse and buggy,  do.   and prisoner to Sumass and return....
Ferrying and keep of horse for Supt. Todd	
Fare for Supt. Todd and prisoner Perry, New Westminster to Victoria
Horse hire, provisions, and steamer fare, conveying Indian Koolachan
from Osoyoos to New Westminster 	
Passage and meals for Constable and Indian from Hope to New West..
Indian and canoe hire conveying Constable Gifiin from Telegraph Creek
to boundary line, Stickeen River	
Horse hire for G. C. Tunstall to and from Nicola, re Petit liquor case...
Meals and horse keep,   do	
Meals, do	
Passage for do.    to Nicola Lake	
Meals and horse keep,   do	
Hire of horse and buggy for Constables Stephenson and Brown	
Stage fare for Constables to Wellington and return 	
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Passage and meals for Constable Kirkup to New West, with prisoner.
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Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30tii June, 1884.
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FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
8   cts.
8   cts.
8   cts.
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VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES)
—Continued.
Vote No. 57.—Transport of Constables and Prisoners.—Continued.
Horse and buggy hire and stage fare for Supts. Todd and Bloomfield..
Arrest of two men suspected of the murder of Hesse, & exp. at Seattle
Expenses from Whatcom to Seattle, searching for murderer of Hesse
Board and lodging for Supt. Todd at Seattle          do.                     do.
Fare for Supt. Todd, Victoria to Port Townsend, and Seattle to Victoria
Sundry exp. incurred while travelling in search of murderer of Hesse .
Passage and meals for Brentzen from Victoria to Fort Simpson	
do.       pris. Mahoney, Quinn, and Indian Charley, Yale to N. W.
Arlington Hotel	
C Todd	
CPNCo	
Do   	
Do   	
Do   	
do.       Constable Roycraft and prisoner, Yale to New- West	
do.       Constable Moresby and prisoners, New West, to Victoria
Canoe hire, Inverness to Fort Simpson, with prisoner to J. P's. Court
Passage and meals for Constable Nicholson, New Westminster to Hope
Keep of horses for                     do.           from 30th August to 11th Sept.
Do   	
■ Do   	
George & Richard, Indns.
C P N Co	
Walker & Bowes	
G Elvin	
D McNaughton	
Meals and horse keep for Supt. of Police and Gaoler Moresby, Granville
Board and lodging for              do.            and Constable Sullivan 	
Passage and meals for              do.           from Vic. to New West. & return
Provisions for self and assistant, from Hope to Osoyoos, returning from
Occident Hotel	
C P N Co   	
T Krugcr	
Provisions for trip, Osoyoos to Fort Hope, taking Indian John to N. W.
Meals and bed for Constable in charge of                     do.           	
do.       at New West, conveying Indian prisoner, Osoyoos to N. W.
Passages, meals, an d room for Supt. Todd and Constable, Vic. to New W.
do.             for Constable Burr, New West'r to Stave River & r'tn
do.             for Constable Kirkup and 5 prisoners from Yale to do.
Passages, meals, & room for Cons. Sharpe and Badger, N. W. to Mission
Stage fare for Constable Sharpe and prisoners, New W. to Burrard Inlet
CPNCo	
Do   	
Do   	
Do   	
T Penny	
J A Kearney	
Stage fare for        do.                 and prisoner, Wellington to Nanaimo..
Stage fare and boat hire for Constable Sharpe, assistant, and prisoners
HBDart	
G Baillie	
Charley, Indian	
Canoe hire from Hope to Yale with prisoner Devine	
C P N Co	
Passage, meals, and room for Con. Roycraft & prisoner, N. W. to Yale
H 0 Bowe	
Ferrying                                           do.                across Fraser River	
L W Birke	
C P N Co	
Passage, meals, and bed for Constable Kirkup from Victoria to Yale...
Meals for Constable Kirkup in charge of witnesses, re Chinese murder
Stage fare for Con. Hussey & prisoners, Lytton to Yale, & return of Con.
do.              Special Constable Sweeny and prisoners, Lytton to Yale
J E Insley	
Do            	
Do            	
Do            	
do.             Constable Harcourt from Spence's Bridge to Cache Ck.
HBDart	
J McCauley :....
E Skuse	
Meals and horse keep for J. Harcourt incurred in going to 5C-mile post
HBDart	
ETait	
G Baillie	
Team hire for      do.           Harcourt       do.       Cache Ck. to Spence's B.
H B Dart	
J Carrogher	
C P N Co	
Passage and meals for Constable Burr and 5 prisoners, Yale to New W.
Passage, meals, and bed, from St. Mary's Mission to Langley	
E A Shavpe	
Boat hire from Port Ilaney tj New Westminster with prisoners	
Canoe hire from New West, to Port Hammond, Regina r.CJcc Guy	
Conveying Con. Sharpe with 3 prisoners from Maple Ridge to New W.
Board for          do.         and assistant, Regina o. Gee Guy	
C P N Co	
Passages and meals for Con. Burr and 4 Indian prisoners, N. W. to Yale
Passage for Con. Sharpe, New West, to Mission & Maple Ridge to N.W.
Passages and meals for Con Sharpe and J. Benton, Port Moody to do.
do.              do.              do.           and Paine, New Westminster   to
Do         	
Do         	
Do         	
Do
Do         	
Passages and meals for Constable Sharpe, New West, to Port Hammond
P McDonald	
Do
Expressage to Coroner, including horse hire and ferriage	
"
H W Bonson	
	
Carried forward	
1,912 00
1,155 00
38,063 73 48 Vic
Public Accounts, 1st July,
1883, to 30ra June. 1884.
71
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
9   cts.
9   cts
S   cts.
1,912 00
4 50
4 00
1,155 00
12 00
3 00
5 00
5 00
0 00
3 50
2 00
1 00
2 00
7 00
18 00
12 00
2 50
2 50
3 50
2 50
2 00
1 50
1 50
3 50
19 25
12 50
2 00
7 50
25 00
59 00
7 00
8 00
3 00
21 75
33 00
14 00
3 00
7 00
30 00
30 00
26 25
'3 50
4 00
9 50
12 25
4 50
4 00
2 25
2 25
4 75
2 25
9 00
4 60
2 50
75 00
210 00
102 50
2 00
3 00
4 00
2 00
3 00
2 00
35 25
17 00
180 00
5 00
10 25
3 00
9 00
8 00
6 00
3 50
1 50
2 50
5 25
2 00
1 50
2 25
7 00
4 00
3 00
38,963 73
P Coldwcll	
VII.— ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES)
—Continued.
Vote No. 57.—Transport of Constables and Prisoners.—Continued.
P McDonald	
Do     	
Meals and bed for do.              and meals for Dr.  Masters,  Regina v.
D Bailey	
Conveying Con. Moresby to mouth of Fraser R., Reg. v Peter, and Jim ..
do.                             do.                                    do.
P. Eickhoff	
V iiertrucci	
E Hodges	
C P N Co	
Passage and meals for Constable Stewart and prisoner from Nanaimo to
Paid for drayage of Chinese effects from Steamer to Gaol, and board and
11 B Dart :	
Meals and bed for Constable McMillan, re Chinese murder case	
Meals and bed for Constable Kirkup and prisoner Crazy Johnny 	
do.                             do.                                           do.              	
do.                             do.                                           do.              	
Bligh &Clemis	
G Baillie	
H B Dart	
do.                             do.              and 6 prisoners from Lytton	
Bringing prisoner Crazy Johnny from Fountain to Gaol at Lvtton.
Horse hire arresting Indian on Bonaparte, 1 day, and Canoe Ck. 4 days
Alert Bay Canning- Co...
C McHardv	
J T Howard	
do.                     do.        Campbell from Esquimalt to Victoria	
D E Davis	
Board and lodging for Supt. Todd at New Westminster Assize	
Sloop hire, provisions, &c., Supt. Todd & party searching for Anderson
Services as guide for                     do.                     do.                     do.
Conveying letters to                     do.                     do.                     do.
Assistance rendered                      do.                     do.                     do.
do.             Officers Sweeny and McIIardy                       do.
Passages of Supt. Todd and       do               do.       to Alert Bajr, do.
do.              do.         Victoria to New Westminster and return, twice
R Hunt	
G Hunt	
Suck-oida, Indian	
Hamsit,        do       	
Jim, Henry & Charley...
Str Barbara Boscowitz...
C P N Co	
Mrs A Sincerbeau	
(; J King'	
Stage fare for Constable Campbell from Esquimalt, at sundry times ...
R Scott	
Board, lodging, & horse keep for Constable Tunstall, re P. L. Anderson
J Boyd	
A Kelly	
B C Express Co	
Passage for               do.            and prisoner, 150-milehouse to Barkerville,
and return of Constable	
BF English	
B C Express Co	
Endeavouring to execute warrant for arrest of Emia, a Chilcotin Indian
Stage fare for Con. Livingstone & prisoners Clinton to Yale, & Con. return
Meals and bed,            do.                     do.                     do.
do.                      do.                     do.                     do.           	
Meals,                           do.                     do.                     do.
Meals and bed,            do.                     do.                      do.
do.                     do.                     do.                     do.           	
H BDart	
G Tuttle	
Kedon & Liartnagle	
C P N Co	
Brown & Clarke	
B C Express Co	
Board and lodging for Constable Burr, Regina v. Crow & Crazy Jack..
Occident Hotel	
C P N Co	
Board and lodging for       do.           do.   at New Westminster   	
J McKay	
A ]■" Hautier	
B C Express Co	
H F Keefer	
Stage fare for Special Constable Sinclair and prisoner Ah Chick	
Harvey & Dowdall	
Ferry expenses,       do.                     do.                       ..   .
R O'BHan	
H B Dart	
S Knight	
Boat hire searching for Insley Barber, supposed to have been drowned.
Meals for Constables Sharpe," Welsh, and 7 prisoners at New Westmin'r
Conveying Constable Burr from Langley te New Westminster	
do.             d~.       to Maple Ridge, in search of witness	
Carried forward	
R W Ross	
L Allard	
1,920 50
2,334 00
38,963 73 72
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
A rears,
$    cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
W B Townsend.
Do
Occident Hotel.
Billy, Indian...
Dick,   do
Jim,     do
0 P N Co	
Do      	
Do      	
Do      	
Do      	
Do      	
B Eickhoff	
J L Watkins ...
C P N Co	
Do      	
J Mannion	
Mrs Sinclair	
J McAuslan....
G Lyle	
J Mavnard	
C P N Co	
Do
B F Dillon.
It Shaw....
C Millard..
J Rodello	
CPNCo	
J Eva	
B C Express Co .
CPNCo	
P J French	
Gilmore & Clark	
Occident Hotel	
G Tuttle	
C P N Co	
H B Dart	
Barnes & Evans	
Yuen Kee	
A E Angel & Co	
J Campbell	
S M Nelson	
W Smith	
G Baillie	
W H Harman	
P Fink	
C Todd	
Lee Tie	
J Lewis	
B Moragean	
J Blake	
B Morigan	
R 1) Mathers	
Paul, Indian	
CPNCo	
W L LeBallister	
Frank, Indian	
Bruce, Peter and John .
J Duck	
Louis, Indian	
A MeB-yan	
J Johnston	
C Millard	
Capt Paul, Indian	
Joseph, do     	
D McLean	
Occident Hotel	
Mrs W Sinclair	
W Brown	
L WBirk	
B F English	
L WRiske	
B F English	
E English	
WB Townsend	
Sam and Joe, Indians ..
C P N Co	
CFClarke	
P McDonald	
Brought forward.
1,920 50
do.
do.
do.
do.
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
— Continued.
Vote No. 57.—Transport of Constables and Prisoners.—Continued.
Stage fare for Cons. Sharpe with prisoners to N. Westm'r, sundry times
Special trip with Constable Moresby and others to Port Moody	
Meals and beds for Constables Sharpe and Paine with prisoners to N.W.
Canoe hire for Special Constable Fisher from Granville to Moodyville..
do.       with Constable Miller to Moodyville 	
do. do. do. 	
Passage and meal for Moresby, Chilliwhack to New Westminster	
do.     Constable and prisoners, Port Moody to Granville	
Constable Kelly and prisoner, Mission to N. W., & rtn of Cons.
and meals for Constable Kirkup and prisoners    	
do. Constable Sweeny, New Westminster to Victoria
Constable Paine, PortHaney to New Westminster
Conveying two prisoners to Penitentiary  	
Meals for Constable Sharpe	
Passage, meals, and bed for Cons. Moresby, N.W. to Chilliwhack(twice)
do.      Constable Sharpe, New Westminster to Maple Ridge	
Meals and beds, do. at Granville	
do. do. 	
Boat hire for Constable Campbell and Supt. Todd 	
Cab hire for Supt. Todd and Officers Shepherd and Blake	
Express hire for Constable Campbell to Saanich	
Passages for Spec. Cons. McIIardy and Sweeny, Alert Bay to Victoria,.
and prisoner, Port Essing'ton to Victoria   	
Passages and meals for Supt. Todd, to and from New Westminster	
Cab hire for Superintendent of Police	
Carriage hire for Supt. Todd and Inspector Bloomfield	
Special trip of Steamer Gem to Port Haney and Chilliwhack, Cons.
Moresby and Coroner Trew, 3 days @ $25	
Canoe hire and board for prisoners	
Passage, meals, and room for Supt. Todd and prisoner to Nanaimo &> r'tn
Board and lodging for do.       at Nanaimo 	
Stage fare for Cons. Burr and Indian prisoner, Vale to Clinton and return, and Yale to Lytton and return   	
Passage of Supt. Todd, Victoria to New Westminster and return	
Carriage hire and expenses of Supt. Todd on the road to Yale ...
Supplies for Supt. of Police, re destitute Chinese	
Board and lodging for do. do. 	
do. do. do. 	
Passage, do. do.
Board, lodging, and horse keep, do.,   do.
do.        Supt. Todd & F. Hussey, do.
Supplies, do. do.
do. do. do.
Board, lodging, and carriage hire,        do.
do. do. do.
Carriage hire, do. do.
Board for Superintendent Todd, do.
Meals and horse feed,   do. do.
Horse hire, do. do.
Travelling expenses,     do. do.
Yale to N.W.
Beef supplied to Constable at Kootenay, in search of Indian murderers
Horse hire,
do.
do.
Provisions,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do,
do.
and 6 Indians, do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
and witnesses, re murder of Stoican	
Horse hire for prisoners from Columbia Lake to Wild Horse Creek	
Passage and meals for Cons. Stewart & prisoner Foster, Nanaimo to N.W
Horse and buggy hire for Constable after escaped prisoner Stewart	
Canoe hire to .Nanaimo River Bridge, do. do. ....
Assisting Constable Drake, 1 night each,   do. do. ....
Meals and bed for Constable Tunstall	
Team hire for do., re enquiry as to death of Indian, 4 days @ $6	
Meals and bed for do	
Stage fares for Constable Sharpe and special	
Passages of Constables Sharpe and Paine, Port Haney to New West'r..
Canoe hire for Constable Burr, on Fraser River, re murder of Bailey ..
Information against 3 Chinamen and taking 2 prisoners 	
Boat hire conveying Constable Sharpe, Pitt River to New Westminster
Bed and meals for Constable Sweeny 	
Meals and beds for 3 Constables in charge of 4 prisoners, 2 days   	
Meals, bed, & horse keep for Constable and prisoners Crow & Crazy Jack
do. do. do. do.
do. do. do. do.
do. do. Cons. Boswell and English, re Billy Toosey
do. do. do. do.
Horse hire, 12 days, Regina v. Crow and Crazy Jack	
Stage fares for Constable Sharpe, Port Moody to New Westminster	
Canoe hire for Cons. Guest and 2 Chinese prisoners, Harrison R. to N.W.
Passage and meals for prisoners	
Ferriage for Constable Sharpe	
do. do. Special and 7 prisoners	
Carried forward       1,925 50
2,334 oo
36 00
7 50
68 50
1 00
1 00
1 00
4 75
5 00
6 00
62 50
5 25
75
1 50
1 50
11 00
2 75
4 60
3 00
5 50
5 75
4 00
30 00
22 00
9 00
0 00
75 00
4 60
14 00
2 50
235 00
13 25
10 00
10 75
6 50
10 25
13 00
7 00
7 50
7 00
2 25
12 50
12 50
18 00
3 00
2 25
5 00
42 75
2 50
7 50
2 00
2 00
22 22
68 75
6 00
15 00
10 00
5 50
6 00
2 00
24 00
2 00
35 75
2 00
8 00
3 00
2 00
1 50
14 50
4 00
30 50
14 00
7 50
7 50
18 00
6 00
12 00
36 00
3 00
6 50
3,037 47
5,963 73
S,963 73 48 Vic.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
73
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
S   cts.
3   cts.
S   cts.
M Spool	
Occident Hotel	
Innis, Indian	
J Haller	
H 0 Bowe	
Mrs C Boswell	
J E Moore	
W L Meason	
J EN Smith	
J Haller	
S Withrow & Co	
L WRisko	
A B Ferguson	
T Meldrum	
A Isnardy	
Pinchbeck & Lyne
W L Meason	
J Mears	
J Boswell	
H 0 Bowe	
Str Idaho	
H T Macaulay	
A Clemis .-	
A F Hautier	
J W Spink	
GLyall	
Str Geo E Starr	
Str North Pacific	
New England Hotel ..
C P N Co	
W Clark	
J Deans	
Harry, Indian	
Johnny,   do     	
R J Styles 	
Peter, Indian	
Str Olympian	
5 A Soulliin	
CPNCo	
HE Peck	
HBDart	
OTHance	
D Oreole	
J Boswell	
Tuisamock	
6 Lee Po	
M Harrison	
Julia Sinclair	
Mrs JTrethewy	
Cheam Billy	
Sam Sing	
Indians	
EFHolt	
W R Lewis	
R W Ross	
WB Townsend	
G Francis	
Joe, Indian	
J Webb	
Str Olympian	
James, Indian	
Charley,  do    	
CPNCo	
Brunswick Hotel    ....
C P N Co	
HBDart	
G Tuttle	
H P Bales	
B C Express Co	
G Kier	
W Clark	
Str Eliza Anderson....
A E Alden	
Occident Hotel	
Jack and Harvey, Inds
D \V Miller	
W MeKeon	
CTodd	
C P N Co	
W Young	
Brought forward.
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
—Continued.
Vote No. 57.—Transport of Prisoners and Constables.—Continued.
Boat hire from Pitt River to New Westminster and return	
Meals and beds for Cons. Guest, in charge of prisoners from Chilliwhack
Passage in canoe from Langley to New Westminster	
Meals and horse keep for Cons. Meason & prisoners Crow & Crazy Jack
Meals, waggon hire, and horse keep,        do. do.
Sundry clothing for prisoners, do.
Meals and horse keep, &c., for Constable Boswell, do.
do. do.        and horse keep, do.
do.   bed,       do.        for Constable Meason, do.
do. do. do.     Boswell, Regina v. Jack	
do. do. Cons. Boswell & English, Reg. v. Twentyman & Jacky
do. do. do. do. do.
do.   and beds, do. do. do.
do. do. do. do. do.
do. do. do. do. do.
Meals and horse hire for party from Williams Lake, do.
do. do. Constable and prisoners, do.
Horse hire, 2 days, assisting to capture Jacky	
do. searching for Crow and Crazy Jack and for Toosey, 12 days
Meals and horse keep for Cons. Boswell and English, Reg. v. B. Toosey
Passage of 3 Constables and 4 prisoners, Nanaimo to New Westminster
Conveying Chinese prisoner Chung, Spence's Bridge to Lytton	
Meals for Constable Harcourt and prisoner T. Wilson, do. 	
Buggy hire for Constable Hussey, arresting Jas. Dunnegan	
Meals and beds for Constable and prisoners 	
Cab hire with Constable to Cadboro Bay, to Cedar Hill, & Lion Brewery
Passage, meals, and room for detective Robinson, Victoria to Seattle ..
do. do. do. Seattle to Victoria ..
Board and lodging for do. at Seattle	
Passage and meal for prisoner Wrengart, Maple Bay to Victoria	
Expenses watching suspicious persons, 12 days @ $3	
Hire of horse and waggon for Constables, re murder of Jake	
Lodgings for Constable Campbell and party	
Canoe hire for do. do.        Cadboro Bay to Pender Is'd
Express hire, do. do.        to South Saanich	
Services with canoe,    do. do. Cadboro Bay & Pender Is'd
Passage and meals for Constable Walker, Victoria to Seattle and return
Board and lodging for do. detective service, Seattle..
Fare for Supt. Todd, Victoria to Nanaimo and return with prisoner.
Horse and buggy hire for Sheriff Bray to Oyster Harbour	
Meals, Cons. Burr & prisoners Crow & Crazy Jack, to & fr. Lytton asssize
Provisions, horse keep, meals, &c, re capture of Twentyman and Jacky
Meals and horse keep for Cons. Boswell and Meason and prisoner Jacky
Horse hire to Williams Lake and back, 12 days @ 81.50	
Hire of horse to convey Crazy Jack, Canoe Creek to Little Dog Creek..
Board, lodging, and horse feed for Constable Boswell, 4 days @ 82.50 ..
Meals for prisoners Ah Hack and Ah Luck   	
Meals and bed for Constable Guest and prisoners Ah Hack and Ah Luck
Meal, do. 	
Ferrying do. across Fraser River	
Meal, do. 	
Conveying Constables across Nicomin, ve Gillon investigation 	
do.       Constable to Cemetery and return 	
Stage fares for Constable Moresby to Granville and return to N.W	
Meals and bed for Constable Sharpe	
Stage fare for do. and Paine	
Cab hire for Constable Campbell  	
Steamer fare from Cowichan to Victoria and return   	
Board and lodging for Superintendent Todd at Nanaimo	
Fare, meals, etc., do. Victoria to Seattle & return
Services as messenger assisting Cons, to search for murderers of Jake..
Canoe hire for Supt. of Police, Cowichan to Salt Spring Island & return
Passage and meals for do.        and two witnesses to Cowichan	
Board and lodging for do.        at Seattle	
Passage of do.        Cowichan to Nanaimo	
Meals and bed for Constable Roycraft, Boston Bar	
do. do. Yale	
do. do. Bales' Ranch	
Passages for Supt. Todd, Yale to Cache Creek, and for Constable Hussey
Lytton to Cache Creek	
Horse hire, 1 day, re death of John Lemon   	
Travelling expenses to Seattle and Whatcom, including steamer fares
on detective service	
Passage of Supt. Todd to Seattle and return	
Board and lodging for do. at Seattle	
Meals and bed for Constable Roycraft	
Canoe hire for do. Nicomin Slough to Sumass & rtn.
Board and lodging for        do. and Koxbury	
do. do. at Victoria	
Sundry expenses at Seattle, re Sumass lynching	
Passages, meals, and beds for Cons. Hussey and Boyd and 3 prisoners..
Boat hire for Constable Campbell to Parson's Bridge	
1,925 50
Carried forward.
8 00
48 50
12 00
5 50
33 50
10 50
3 50
60 50
30 50
7 50
11 50
7 50
26 00
13 50
3 00
18 00
8 50
240 00
8 00
2,486 50
3,537 47 38,903 73
5 00
9 00
3 00
8 00
48 50
12 00
5 50
38 50
10 50
3 60
60 50
30 50
7 50
11 50
7 50
26 00
13 50
3 00
18 00
8 50
35 CO
10 00
1 50
5 00
12 00
11 50
9 50
7 50
3 10
3 00
SO 00
1 50
2 00
3 00
7 50
0 00
14 00
16 00
15 00
4 00
5 50
240 00
8 00
18 00
4 50
10 00
3 00
5 50
50
1 50
50
10 00
2 00
2 CO
4 00
7 00
19 00
4 50
2 00
17 00
1
7 00
11 00
3 00
2 00
1
3 50
5 00
42 50
2 60
60 CO
9 50
2 50
1 50
2 00
8 CO
5 60
13 00
12 50
7 50
4,640 07j 38,963 73 74
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30tii June, 1884.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
S   cts.
S   cts.
S   cts,
2,486 50
150 00
18 00
4,640 07
4 00
2 50
6 00
24 42
24 00
4 00
3 00
9 25
10 00
2 50
1 50
49 00
8 00
108 25
12 00
2 50
20 75
13 00
150 00
30 00
7 00
74 10
39 35
1 50
20 00
6 50
20 00
5 00
9 00
1 50
.   0 00
1 00
8 50
1 50
12 00
10 50
22 00
19 00
4 50
1 25
2 50
50
2 25
5 50
17 50
2 50
18 00
38,063 73
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
—Continued.
Vote No. 57.—Transport of Prisoners and Constables.—Continued.
G Winter	
J Dalby 	
C P N Co	
Freight and charges on baggage for Cony. Roycraft, Cisco Flat to Victoria
Passages, meals, & bed for Cons. Kier and prisoners, to Nanaimo & Vic.
Do        	
G Lyle	
C King	
J T Howard	
Victoria Transfer Co	
Board and lodging for Supt. Roycraft during assize at New Westminster
Passages, meals, and beds for Constables and prisoners to Penitentiary
do.                  do.                Supt. Roycraft to New Westminster
C P N Co	
Do      	
Do       	
Do       	
do.     Supt. Roycraft to and from New Westminster (twice)	
Do        	
C Todd	
Sundry expenses in travelling- obtaining information, Reg. v. Halliday
Expenses to Tacoma on detective service, including steamer fares ....
NSSnvder	
C Russell	
Travelling expenses, Seattle to Whatcom and return to Victoria 	
T Mitchell	
J Wilcox	
G Kier	
C P N Co	
Sundry passages and meals for do., to Nanaimo & Chemainus with prs.
C P N Co	
Steamer fare and meals for d'o., Maple Bay to Victoria, with pr! Lewis
E W Millington	
W J McKeon	
T Dueker	
Hire of steamer Nellie Taylor to Kuper Island, re murder of Indians ..
H Peek, Jr	
Railway fare for Constable Hussey and 4 prisoners, Yale to Port Moody
do.                  do.       Kirkup,       2       do.     and return of Kirkup
Do        	
CPNCo	
Passage and bed,                   do.       New Westminster to Port Hammond
C V N Co	
W Seely	
Team hire taking Constable Roycraft from Alexandra Bridge to Lytton
Services with canoe for Special Constables, Reg. v. Twentyman & Jacky
Making1 raft for crossing river,        do.                                   do.
5 00             5 00
5 00             5 00
30 50           30 50
Mrs C Boswell	
II 0 Bowe	
Meals, bed, & horse keep for Con. Boswell and pris. Twentyman & Jacky
do.                  do.                     do.                                do.
do.                  do.              for Constables Boswell and Meason and
prisoners SOS.50; horse hire, 34 days, $51, pris. Twcntyman& Jacky
Horse hire,      8 days @ §1.50,                                              do.
do.        25    ,,*           1.50,                                                  do.
13 00
144 50
12 00
37 50
4 00
13 00
144 50
12 00
37 50
4 00
2 CO
1 00
3 00
5 00
1 00
20 00
4 00
23 00
3 00
31 00
30 00
2 00
6 50
5 00
1 00
13 50
5 50
9 CO
1 50
5 00
0 25
3 00
3 00
3 00
25 00
B F English	
F English	
Meals and bed for Constable Miller with prisoner Logan "	
CPNCo	
Faro for Constable Kirkup and prisoners, Port Hammond to New West.
Do	
W R Lewis ..
W J French	
Stage fares for Constables Sharpe and Paine, in sundry cases	
J VanBramer	
B C Express Co	
T Benton	
H B Dirt
Hansz &, I'ocock	
S J Place          	
Team hire for Constable Hussey to Nicomin arresting E. Riley	
Meals for                      do.           in search of                     do	
Meals, bed, and team hire for self and prisoner Riley to Lytton	
Hansz & Pocock	
Team hire for Constable Hussey arresting Irgle	
J Rich	
Horse hire for                                    do.             to Savona Ferry	
Team hire conveying Constable Noble from Spence's Bridge to Lytton
Carried forward ,	
2,906 00
5,913 34
38,963 73 48 Vic        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
75
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
S   cts.
$   cts.
cts.
B C Express Co .
H B Dart 	
J W Bowers	
Occident Hotel..
Mrs W Sinclair..
A Lamprousc
Hansz & Pocock..
B C Express Co ..
G Baillie	
J McKay	
J S Place 	
R Curnow .......
A Onderdonk. ...
Do
C Connor	
Do
W Bohn 	
J Beaven 	
A Onderdonk..
J W Bowers	
Str Ruby	
C P N Co	
A Onderdonk ..
Occident Hotel.
C P N Co	
A Onderdonk ..
J L Watkis ....
Tom, Indian ...
Harry, do ...
Jimmy, do
W J French	
J Campbell	
S M Nelson	
G Baillie	
R B Kelly	
A Onderdonk ..
J McKenny.
R B Kelly ..
T Gowdy ..,
C P N Co ...
G MeCue	
W S Hall	
Croft & Severn..
G Kier	
B C Express Co.
Do
E Skuse	
Hansz & Pocock
A Onderdonk
G Baillie	
E Skuse	
HCMRidley...
B C Express Co ..
A Onderdonk ...
B C Express Co .
A Onderdonk ...,
Port Moody Stage Line.
CPNCo.'.	
H CM Ridley	
J W Bowers	
Barnes & Evans	
R Curnow	
Barnes & '.
Brought forward .
VIL—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES)
—Continued.
Vote No. 57.—Transport of Prisoners and Constables.— Continued.
Stage fares for Constable Hussey and prisoners Riley, Ingle, and Ah
Sing, from Lytton to Yale	
Meals and bed for Con. Hussey and prisoners Riley, Ingle, and Ah Sing
Meals for do. at Yale  	
Meals and bed for       do. at New Westminster	
Meal for do. at Port Hammond	
Ferrying Constable Tunstall across Thompson River	
Team hire for Special Constable Leggatt and prisoner Waiters	
Stage fare for prisoners Ah Chow and Ah Sing, Lytton to Yale	
Meals and bed for Constable Curnow at Lytton with prisoner Ah Hop
Horse keep for do. do.
Meals for do. returning to Spence's Bridge	
Horse hire with prisoner Ah Hop to Lytton	
Fare of Constable Hussey, Yale to 50-mile post   	
do. do.       and Boyd, Port Moody to Yale 	
Meals, horse hire and keep for Constables Boswell and English, and
prisonei's Crow and Crazy Jack	
Meals, horse hire and keep, for Constables Boswell and English, and
prisoners Twentyman and Jacky	
Hire of horse, re Indian Jacky, 0 days @ §1.50	
Stage fare for Constables Stephenson and Booth to Wellington	
Fare for Constable Kirkup and prisoners, Yale to Port Moody	
Meals for
do.
Passages for
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Meals for
do.
Passages for
do.
do.
do.
do
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Port Hammond to New West.
New Westminster to Yale...
Yale to Port Hammond	
to New Westminster	
Port Hammond to New West.
Yale to Port Moody	
P Tarreidd j Horse hire for
Meals and boat hire for Constable Sharpe
One day with Constable Miller after prisoner Jacl
Canoe hire with do. do.
do. do. do.
Special stage to Port Moody at night with Constable Sharpe & prisoner
Meals for Constable Burr and Indian prisoners at Cache Creek
do. do. do. at Spence's Brid
Meals and bed for    do. do. at Lytton	
Meals and bed for Constable Guest and prisoner Fitzgerald	
Passage of Constable Lindsay with prisoner from Maple Ridge to Port
Moody, and return of Constable	
Meals and bed for prisoner Nicholls	
do. do. and Constable Lindsay	
Drayage of Supt. Roycraft's luggage	
Passages and meals for Special Constables MeCue and Saunders from
Victoria to Plumper Pass, and return	
Board for Special Constables Saunders, Deans, and Me Cue, 39 days . ..
Conveying do. do. do.     to Plumper Pass
Meals and beds for Constable Kier at sundry times *	
Horse hire to Chemainus, 3 times, @ .^2.50   	
Passage of Supt. Roycraft, Cisco to Yale	
Stage fares for Constable Kirkup and prisoners, Cisco to Lytton	
Meals for do. delayed at Cisco	
Conveying Constable Moresby and prisoners from 50-mile post to Lytton
Fares of Constable Kirkup and 7 prisoners from Cisco Flat to Yale	
Meals and bed for   do.       at Lytton with prisoners 	
Team hire for Con. Glassey and rjrisoners Pratt & Billy, Cisco to Lytton
Bed for Constable Hussey	
Stage fare for Constable Moresby and prisoners, Clinton to Cisco	
Passages for do. do.       Cisco to Hammond	
Stage fare for Constable Glassey and prisoners, Cisco to Lytton	
Railway fare and meals for Con. Hussey and prisoner Atchus, Lytton
to Port Moody, and return of Constable *.	
Stage fare for Con. Hussey and prisoner Atchus, Port Moody to New W.
Passage for do.        New Westminster to Port Hammond	
Bed for do.       at Yale	
Meals for do. do	
Meals and horse keep for Special Con Tompsett" in search of U. Ward
Horse hire for do. do.
Meals, bed, and horse keap for Constable Curnow, Regina v. Ingle ..
2,90G 00
C Pennie .
J McKay	
Barnes & Evans.
J Stewart	
R Curnow ......
J B LeightJii .. .
J Uren	
J Campbell	
M Lumby.  	
R Curnow	
R Willard	
Barnes & Evans..
Meals, bed, and hor
Ferrying Constable
Meals, bed, and hor
do.
do.
Thompson
do.
I aver
cro:
r Constable Cu:
do. Regina u. Ah Hop	
Horse hire and keep, do, do. & Ingle
Fares of Con. & prison :r Wilson, Kamloons to Cliche Ck., & Con. return
Meals for Constable Allison and prisoner Wilson	
Meals and beds for   do. no	
Convoying prisoner Wilson from Okanagan to Kamloop3	
I Torse hire arresting Strout, 4 days @ ftl	
Meals, bed, and horse keep for Constable Curnow	
do. do. arresting Strout	
Carried forward.
21 50
9 00
2,962 00
5,913 34
48 00
6 00
3 25
5 00
50
1 50
4 00
24 00
1 60
3 00
50
4 00
6 00
11 00
25 50
21 5*0
9 00
6 00
10 50
2 50
3 00
7 75
22 00
50
2 00
11 00
2 60
1 00
1 00
1 50
11 00
3 00
3 00
5 00
3 50
1 50
1 25
2 00
1 50
13 00
99 00
19 00
12 87
7 50
10 00
21 00
3 00
7 60
40 00
. 4 50
3 00
50
73 00
01 50
3 00
S3 25
2 00
1 75
60
2 00
1 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
75
5 00
2 50
9 00
2i 5'1
1 60
4 00
80 00
4 00
3 CO
2 00
,712 71!
38,963 73 76
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
H Peck.
G Ford.
Joe, Indian	
Str Belle	
Occident Hotel	
S R Conner	
C P N Co	
W Wilks	
WL LeBallister	
C P N Co	
Jim, Indian	
LHall	
C B Eagle	
G Lee Po 	
B C Express Co	
PC Dunlevy	
Veith, Borland & Co.
WRTuckett	
S Downes	
T M Hamilton	
J Campbell	
W Livingstone ..
Billy, Indian	
W M Brown
TC Clark	
G Stephenson...
WG Manson....
B C Express Co .
Jim, Indian	
Billy,    do
Puncheon, do...
J W Bowers ....
B C Express Co .
A Onderdonk ...
J W Bowers...
A Onderdonk .
CPNCo	
A Onderdonk .
H B Dart	
B C Express Co	
Fletcher & McNaughton.
J Boyd	
J McLean	
S Downs & Co	
R McLeese	
T M Hamilton	
Vieth, Borland & Co	
Occident Hotel	
T Lester	
Indians	
Sam, Indian	
A Burns	
W R Lewis	
C P N Co	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
J Punch	
Mrs M Harrison	
Joe, Indian	
J Derocher	
George, Indian	
P McDonald	
H L Freese	
S Cormier	
G Tuttle	
A Onderdonk	
J EInsley	
Bligh & Clemis	
G Baillie	
P Ciair	
Marshall & Smith	
Bligh & Clemis	
J Mundorf	
J Pleace 	
Brought forward.
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES)
—Continued.
Vote No. 57.—Transport of Prisoners and Constables.—Continued.
Horse and buggy hire for Con. Stewart and stage hire for Con. Booth.
Hire of sloop and man with Constables Stephenson and Booth, and
Special, to Cape Mudge, 5 days <i$ 85   	
Horse hire for Constable Kier to Nanaimo, 7 days @ 82.50	
Transport of two Constables and 4 prisoners to New Westminster	
Board and lodging for Constables Stephenson and Booth	
Taking prisoner's luggage from wharf to gaol	
Passag-es of Constables Stephenson and Booth, New West, to Nanaimo
Meals and bed for Constable Kier to Nanaimo, 4 days @ 8L50	
Horse and waggon hire for Constable Booth with prisoner to Chemainus
Passage of Constable Booth from Nanaimo to Chemainus and back..
Assisting Cons. Booth & Stephenson, re arrest of Indians at Cape Mud
Conveying        do.       from Chemainus to Oyster Bay, and return ..
Mealsfbed, and horse keep for Constable Boswell, 11 days @ 82	
Meals and horse keep for do. 2   ,, 2.50 ..
Stage fare for Special Constable Hamilton, Quesnelle to Clinton & return
Meals and bed for do. and prisoner Tavill 	
Meals for do. do. 	
do. do. do. 	
do. do. do. 	
Meals and bed for prisoner Taville	
Meals and horse keep for Constable Livingstone and Indian messenger,
Regina v. Boswell and Favell	
Horse hire, Regina v. Boswell and Favell, 3 days @ 82.50	
do.       for Indians Charley and Jack, Regina v. Boswell & Favell ..
Board and horse keep for Constable Manson, do.
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
Horse hire, 2 days (ft $2	
Stage fare for Constable Moresby and 3 prisoners, Lytton to Clinton ..
2 horses 4 d. @ 83; Indian & horse 4 d. @ 83, Reg. v. Crow & Crazy Jack
Horse hire for Constable Boswell, re Twentyman and Jacky, 14 d. @ 82
do.       capturing do. 3 ,,    1.50
Meals for Constable Kirkup and prisoner Ah Chue	
Passage of Constable Roycraft from Suspension Bridge to Yale	
Passage of Constable Kirkup and Assistant with prisoners from Port
Hammond to Yale, and Yale to Cisco	
Meals for Constable Kirkup and 7 prisoners	
Passages of do. do.       Hammond to Yale	
Passag-e, meals, and bed for Con. Kirkup from New West, to Hammond
Passages of Special Constable Indian Jim and witness Dick from Yale
to Boston Bar and return with Chinaman	
Ferrying do. do.        and return of Sj^ecial Con.
Passage of prisoner Trcssairo from Barkerville to Clinton	
Meals and bed for Constable Lindsay with prisoner Tressairo	
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
Meals for Cons. Kirkup, Sharpe, Paine, Flewin, & prisoners at New W.
Ferrying Constable Sharpe from Port Moody to Bonson's	
Canoe hire for Special Constable Huntley	
do. Constable Miller	
Passages of Constables Sharpe & Paine, Port Moody to New Westminster
Passage of Constable Miller, Burrard Inlet to New Westminster  	
Passage, meals, & room for Cons. Roycraft & Roxbury, N. W. to Sumass
Passage of Constable Sharpe from Port Haney to New Westminster,
do. do.    Roycraft with witnesses & prisoners, Sumass to N. W.
do. do.    Kirkup and 3 prisoners, Port Hammond to New \V
Passage and meals for Constable Sharpe, Harrison River to New West,
Passage, meals, &c., for Constables Kirkup and Moresby, and prisoners
Passage, meals, and bed for Con. Hussey, New West, to Port Hammond
Horse hire, meals, &c, for Con. Moresby to& from Sumass, re Louie Sam
Meals and bed for Constable Moresby, re Gillon murder.	
Canoe hire with 2 Indians for   do. do	
Meals for Cons. Moresby and Guest with two Indians, re Gillon murder
Canoe hire, 1 day, with Constable Guest to Harrison River	
Ferrying Constable Sharpe	
Conveying do. Granville to New Westminster	
Boat hire for       do. Port Moody to North Road and to Granville
Meals and bed for Constable Moresby with prisoners, Clinton to Lytton
Fare for Constable Moresby & prisoner Charlie, Port Hammond to Yale
Meals and bed for   do. 	
and 4 prisoners	
do. 	
do. 	
do. 14 davs@-81.50	
Meals and bed for
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
6 prisoners
4       do.
Beds for Constable Burr r.nd 4 prisoners.
Carried forward.,.
2,962 00
6,712 71
10 50
25 00
17 60
30 00
10 00
2.00
7 00
6 00
7 60
2 00
5 00
5 00
22 00
5 00
45 00
4 00
1 60
2 25
1 50
2 00
5 00
7 50
10 50
7 00
9 00
9 00
4 00
60 00
24 00
28 00
2S 00
4 50
4 50
1 50
2 50
104 50
4 00
49 50
2 75
15 00
2 25
40 00
2 50
1 50
1 00
1 50
4 00
4 75
2 75
26 00
1 00
5 00
1 00
2 00
9 00
7 50
1 00
11 00
4 00
3 50
20 25
2 25
12 00
11 00
22 50
5 00
2 00
2 50
1 00
10 50
3 CO
12 00
4 00
7 60
10 00
7 50
£1 00
6 00
6 00
1 75
2,994 50
7,569 71
38,963 73 48 Vic.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
77
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
3   cts.
$   cts.
Tom, Indian	
Occident Hotel	
J VanBramer	
C P N Co	
Mrs York	
Joe, Indian	
Charlie, do	
Jim,       do 	
WB Townsend	
W J French	
Occident Hotel	
S R Conner	
R B Kelly	
Holbrook House	
J McNamara	
Mathias and others, Ind.
G H Johnston	
A W Lawson	
S Coones 	
J Deane	
J Irvine 	
Victoria Transfer Co....
D Davis	
D Penny	
Neufelder & Ross	
C King	
C P N Co	
Do       	
J RTait	
Warren & Saunders	
A W Lawson	
C Todd	
J W Bowers	
"Evening Post"	
"Colonist"	
"Standard"	
"Columbian"	
M Joval	
J T lidwards	
C Phair	
H H Wootton  	
P Campbell	
T Wesley	
Napoleon, Indian	
Johnny,       do      	
J W Woods	
Ah John	
Mrs Boyle	
H Evans	
"Free Press"	
"Inland Sentinel"	
SY Wootton	
J P Walls	
D MeLaughlan	
Alexander, Indian	
Yellay, do     	
J Beaven	
G Wake	
Pollard & Harrison	
C Phair	
Mowat, Maclennan & Co
C Todd	
Fletcher & McNaughton
J Boyd	
W Bunskill	
J McLean	
A Pendola	
JNutt, J.P	
JHWoolery	
Joe, Indian	
Baldy,  do 	
Charley do 	
Alexis, do  	
D Blair	
Sikes, Indian	
EO'Rourke	
Brought forward.
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES)
—Continued.
Vote No. 07.—Transport of Prisoners and Constables.—Concluded.
Canoe hire with Constable Miller at Burrard Inlet	
Meals and beds for Constables Sharp and Paine, and witness	
Passages for Constable Miller and prisoners	
do. do.      Moresby;      do.        Hammond to New West'r.
Meals and bed for Indian prisoner Louie Sam 	
Assisting Constable Miller to procure witnesses, 2 days @ $1	
Canoe hire for Special Constable Huntley	
Services of self and 2 Indians bringing dead body from Howe Sound..
Passages of Constables Sharpe and Paine, and prisoners, to New West'r
do. do. do. N.W. to Pt. Moody & r'tn
Meals and bed        do. do	
Passage do. from Port Moody	
Meals for Constable Kirkup and prisoner	
Meals and bed for Constable Miller 	
Allowance for board, taking prisoners to Clinton & r'tn, 21 d. @ $2 (1879)
Arresting A. Graham and J. Carlston, horse stealing	
Hire of horses, re   do. do. do.        	
Horse and buggy hire for Constable Campbell	
Carriage hire for Supt. Todd and prisoners to Supreme Court	
Meals and horses for Constables Campbell and Lewis	
Bringing an Insane man from Cedar Hill to Victoria	
Carriage hire for Supt. Roycraft   	
Boat hire for Constables on duty	
Carriage hire for Constable Campbell to driving park	
Provisions supplied to party searching for Indian Tom	
Sundry fares for Constable Campbell to Victoria	
Passage, meals, & room for Supt. Roycraft, Victoria to Nanaimo, & ret.
Freight and wharfage on package from New Westminster to Victoria..
Carriage hire for Supt. Todd to Esquimalt	
Passages for Supt. Roycraft and Constables Hough and Anderson, and
witnesses, Victoria to Naas	
Cab hire for Con. Campbell to Saanich, and Supt. Roycraft to Esquimalt
Expenses incurred while searching for Anderson	
Meals for Constable Pratt and 5 Indian prisoners   	
Vote No. 08.—Miscellaneous.
Advertising sundry notices	
do. do	
do.      notice to Jurors	
Advertising sundry notices	
Taking message to J. T. Edwards, J. P., Kamloops .
Travelling allowance from North Thompson to Kamloops, swearing in
Selectors of Jurors	
Cleaning Court House, Lillooet, 6 months	
Copying, comparing, and ruling two Jury lists	
Canoe hire to Metlakathla  	
do. do	
Services as messenger from Hussey, re arrest of T. Allen	
do. 	
Paid Indian packing tools seized under search warrant	
Moving goods belonging to Gee Ging, on judgment   	
Rent of room for stowing goods belonging to Gee Ging	
Assisting Usher of Supreme Court during Spring Assize, 6 days @ $2..
Advertising sundry notices '	
do. do.        	
Allowance for taxation of costs of suit, Phelps v. Victoria School Trustees
Fees conducting case, do. do.
Copying cases at Kootenay Lake 	
Taking message to J. T. Edwards, J. P., re trial of Anderson	
do. do. do. 	
Two loads of saw-dust for Court Honse, Nanaimo Assize	
Transcribing Mr. Justice Crease's notes, Regina v. Halliday.   	
Drawing up J. P's. declaration, Regina v. Anderson	
Cleaning Court House at Lillooet	
Costs procuring and sending copy of report of case, Peck v. the Queen
Secret detective service (allowance for sundry expenses)
, J. P..
en route to Quesnelle ,
do.
do.
do.
do.
Horse keep, meals, &c., for J. Nutt,
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
Use of horse, 6 days @ S3, do.
Allowance sitting on Indian liquor cases at Quesnelle, 0 days @ §4
Allowance for secret service at Seattle *.	
Cleaning Court House and Government Office at Lytton, 3 days @ 82..
do. do.       Lytton	
Taking message to J. T. Edwards, J. P	
do. W. Jones, J. I'	
Taking letters and notices of reward for capture of escaped prisoner
from Clinton Gaol	
Services as messenger at Okanagan, do. do.
Wood, light, &c, supplied while holding enquiry, re Billy Harper
Carried forward       3,045 50
2,994 50
2 00
2 00
7,569 71 38,963 73
1 00
13 00
62 00
5 00
2 00
2 00
1 CO
6 00
22 50
24 00
3 60
1 00
3 50
7 60
42 00
20 00
33 00
2 50
2
2 50
6 00
6 50
3 50
1 00
18 62
7 25
12 00
1 50
2 60
78 00
10 00
13 50
2 50
55 00
205 00
13 00
94 46
2 50
5 00
3 00
42 00
5 00
5 00
1 00
1 00
60
75
3 00
12 00
53 00
6 00
15 00
554 80
8 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
97 00
2 50
3 00
7 09
75 00
3 50
2 96
6 00
11 50
18 00
24 00
20 00
6 00
1 25
1 00
1 00
15 00
15 00
6 00
7,978 08
1,406 81 46,941 81 78
Puplic Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th Junk, 1884.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
S   ets.
§   cts.
8  ets.
Brought forward .
J Musselwhite
J Deans 	
W Pollard
C C McKenzie	
S D Pope 	
W F Tolmie	
H M Strambcrg	
E Robson 	
Dom. Govt. Telegraph;
T N Hibben & Co ...
Do
Do
Do
Do
A R Johnston	
R T Williams	
"Free Press"	
Do        	
"Mainland Guardian"
"Columbian"	
Do        	
"Colonist"	
F Saunders   	
C P N Co	
Occident Hotel	
Provincial Hotel	
H E Peck	
Royal Hotel	
Pimbury & Co	
T Walls	
TR Pearson & Co....
W G Bowman	
C J King	
J Catcs	
J Sehl	
Mrs Simpson	
W Brethour	
Henderson's Hotel ...
M W Waitt & Co	
D Banfield	
W GBownan	
A McAllister	
Pioneer Livery Stable
Sabiston & Wilcox	
J Muir	
H L Freesc	
H Stalver	
Brighton Hotel	
Dcighton Hotel	
T Bartlett	
J MeCuteheon	
Jack, Indian	
R C Ganner	
JTayler	
Indian	
City Hotel	
J Weiler	
J Sehl	
"Evening Post"	
J Winger	
F Sylvester 	
W Robinson	
W Walker	
FWH Wright	
D W Gilliss	
Reginald Nuttall	
W H Falding	
J Price	
G Murray	
Esquimalt House	
R Watklns	
VIL— ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
—Concluded.
Vote No. 58.—Miscellaneous.—Concluded.
Carrying telegram from Upper Sumass to Matsqui, re Louie Sam	
Boat hire to Moodyville for B. Springer, J. P	
Costs Peck v. tho t^ueen; Petition of Right	
VIII.—EDUCATION.
Vote No. 59.—Education Office.
Salary as Superintendent, 1st July, 1883, to 31st March. 1884, @ $125..
do. do. 1st April to 30th June, 1884, 125..
Services as Examiner of Public School Teachers	
do. do. 	
One set of outline maps and freight to North Arm School	
Telegrams to sundry persons from Supt. of Education	
Twelve Terrestrial 12-inch globes, @ 818.75	
Twelve sets of Mitchell's outline maps, 12 sets of reading charts, & freight
25 maps of Dominion, @ $5	
12 boxes for globes, and 1 set of reading charts, &c	
Witthelm's manual sheets, stationery, kc	
Freight on globe to Wellington	
Binding, perforating, and doing up for mailing 154 report books	
Advertising " Examination of Teachers "	
Subscription to " Free Press " for 1 year from 1st May, 1884	
do. " Mainland Guardian " for 1 year from 23rd April, 1884
do. " Columbian" do. 1st May, 18S4..
Advertising notice of Teachers' examination and change of school books
do. 825.90; supplying bills for election jmrposes 813 50..
Carriage hire for Supt. McKenzie	
Passage and meals for Superintendent visiting schools	
Meals and bed for do. at New Westminster	
Use of room for do. at Nanaimo 	
Buggy hire for do. to Wellington	
Meals for do. at Nanaimo 	
Stationery, do. do. 	
Horse keep, do. at Wellington	
Stationery, do. at New Westminster	
Carriage hire for Supt. Pope	
Passage for do.      to Esquimalt	
Carriage for Supt. McKenzie	
Hire and cartage of 3 doz. chairs and 2 tables at Teachers' Examination
Horse keep for Supt. Pope at Saanich	
Meals, bed, and horse keep for Supt. Pope at Saanich 	
do. do. do. do	
Sundry stationery for do	
Expressage, do	
Buggy hire, do.     8£ days @ 85; stage fare 25cts.
Horse hire, do.       to Wellington	
Buggy hire, do.       at Nanaimo	
Lodgings, do. do	
Meal3, bed, and horse keep, do.       at Sooke 	
Passage for Supt. Pope, New West, to Granville & Hastings to New W.
do. do.       to and from Moodyville	
Meals and bed,     do.       at Hastings 	
do. do.       at Granville	
do. do.       at Chilliwhack	
Buggy hire, do. do. 	
Canoe hix*e, do. do. to Johnson's Landing	
do. do. Johnson's Landing to Langley   	
do.       meals and bed for Supt. Pope at Langley	
do. do.       Maple Ridge to New West...
Meals and bed, do	
Use of tables and chair3 for election purposes	
do. do. do. 	
Advertising notices	
Clerk at Election of Trustees for Victoria City	
do do. do. 	
do do. do.
do. do. do. 	
do. do. do. ;	
do. no. do. 	
Returning Officer 810,                          do.    paid for cleaning office §4.25
Clerk at Election of School Trustees, New Westminster	
do. do. do.	
do. do. do. 	
Meal for Supt. Pope 	
Meals for       do.        at Nanaimo 	
Carnedforward  |    3,045 50
3,045 50
1,406 31 46,941 81
1 50
2 00
210 00
1,620 31
48,502 12
1,125 00
375 00
150 00
150 00
20 50
4 15
225 00
349 75
125 00
37 25
20 00
25
46 20
5 00
3 00
5 00
3 00
7 00
39 40
1 00
44 75
7 50
5 00
5 00
4 50
2 45
50
6 00
3 50
50
1 00
5 50
50
1 50
2 50
47 62
3 00
42 75
50
5 00
2 00
2 50
2 00
50
1 50
1 00
2 50
5 00
2 50
4 00
3 50
3 00
3 75
2 50
2 00
6 20
5 00
6 00
6 00
6 00
5 00
5 00
14 25
5 00
5 00
5 00
40
4 60
67
2,988 67 48 Vio.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 80th June, 1884.
79
TO WHOM PAID.
FOIl WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
§   cts.
8   cts.
8   cts.
J H McLaughlin	
Pv Offerhaus	
J N Muir	
J McKenzie	
J A Halliday	
Do 	
J H Thain	
Do      	
A Dods	
A C Gowen'	
E E Holloway	
A C Maclure	
M R Davidson	
E A Williams	
L M Caldwell	
LMileid	
A C Richardson	
A D Cameron	
H Jackson	
L A Barron	
M V Storey	
WH Huxtable	
"Evening Post"	
"Standard".	
"Colonist"	
McKiliican & Anderson.
J Weilcr	
Hall & Goepcl	
Lettice & Sears	
TSWilson	
A & W Wilson	
Fellows & Prior	
T N Hibben & Co	
T McConnell	
H Short	
Bagnall & Co	
Burns & Co	
Victoria Water Works..
A Borde	
G W A Lange	
H Saunders	
J Mundell	
S D Pope	
R Offerhaus	
S F Crawford ....
G A Watson	
J W Thompson...
W S Bannerman .
B II Smith	
J W Thompson ..
G H Sluggett....
M J Dodd	
Mrs Calvert	
R W Fawcett	
W P Sayward....
Eli Harrison	
R John	
J Robeson	
P Imrie	
"Standard"	
J Firze	
P Imrie	
W Steinberger ...
M W Waitt & Co .
MrsCL Pope....
X Marcott	
W Richardson....
R Offerhaus	
"Standard"	
W Fraser	
W Imrie	
H Jewell	
L Duval	
G W Anderson ...
Mrs J Heal	
E Pritchard	
"Colonist"	
Brought forward	
VIII.— EDUCATION.—Continued.
Vote No. 60.—Victoria City District.
Principal, High School, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884, (
2nd Master,       do. do. 31st March, 1S84,
do. do. 1st April to 30th June, 1884,
Principal, Boys' School, 1st July to 31st December, 1883,
do. do.
1st Assistant, do.
do do.
2nd Assistant, do.
do.
3rd Assistant,
4th
5th
5th
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
1st January to 30th June, 1884,
1st July to 31st December, 1S83,
1st January to 30th June, 18S4,
1st July to 31st December, 1883,
1st January to 30th June, 1S84,
1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884,
do. do.
1st August, 18S3, to 31st March, 1;
1st April to 30th June, 1884,
Principal, Girls' School, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884,
1st Assistant,
'nd
3rd
3rd
4th
5th
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
8110 19 m.
100 „
100 ,,
100 „
100 ,,
80 „
80 „
70 „
70 ,.
60 „
50 „
4,   50 „
50 „
80 „
70 „
70 „
55
50
60
do.
do.
1st to 31st July, 18S3,
1st August, 1883, to 30th Juno, 1884,
1st July, 1883, to do.
1st April to 30th June, 1884,
Teacherj James' Bay Ward School, 10th Jan. to 30th June, 1884, 70
Cleaning Public Schools, Victoria, 9 months @ 830	
Advertising notice of examination of schools, etc	
do. do. reopening of schools, etc,
do. do. do.J
Sundry repairs and material supplied	
Spring blinds, loan of chairs, towels, door mats, etc	
Coal and wood	
Glazing and repairing sash, etc	
Mounting 8 musical charts, @ 75cts each   	
Stoves, pipe, zinc, repairs, and labour, etc	
One hand bell	
One set of Calkew's charts, letter press book, etc	
Cleaning James' Bay Ward School, lighting fires, etc	
Hand bell for High School	
Drum, use of organ, etc	
Nails
Water supplied, 12 months to 31st December, 1SS3.
Repairing gate chains  	
Clock	
Soap for James' Bay Ward School	
Vote No. 01.—Victoria District.
Teacher, Craigflower,  1st July, 18S3, to 30th June, 1884, @ 800 $ in
do.       East-South Saanich,    do. 30th April, 1884
do. do. 1st May to 30th June, 1884,
do.       West-South Saanich, month of July, 1883,
do. do. 1st Aug., 1883, to 30th June, 1884,
do.       Cedar Hill, 1st July to 31st December, 1883,
do. do.        1st January to 30th June, 1SS4,
do.       North Saanich, 1st July to 31st December, 1883,
do. do. 1st January to 30th June, 1884,
do.       Lake District, 1st Aug. 1883, to 30th Juno, 1884,
Repairing doors, windows, steps, etc., Craigflower School
6 cords of wood, Craigflower School	
Wall paper, do. 	
Lumber, do. 	
Glass and paint, do. 	
Repairing fence at North Saanich School   	
Material and labour painting       do. 	
Hauling rocks for well, bucket, do. 	
Advertising teacher wanted,       do. 	
Wood, do. 	
Window blinds, washing school-house, etc..
Wood, painting residence, cleaning out well, etc.
Tablet lessons and chalk, West-South Saanich	
Sweeping school, chalk, broom, etc., East-South Saanich
North Saanich	
West-South Saanich
Cutting 8 cords of wood.
Scrubbing and cleaning school-house,
Bucket, broom, and cleaning school-room.
Advertising teacher wanted,
Labour and material repairing Cedar Hill
Wood, repairing pump, etc.,
Writing desk, chair, etc., Lake School ...
Wood, cleaning school-room, etc., Lake
Axe, wood, etc.,
Rent of house for use of school,
Sawing wood, etc.,
Advertising teacher wanted,!
do.
do.
do.
do.
school-house
do.
do.
do.   6 months @ 85
do	
do	
Carried forward
3,045 50
2,988 67
1,320 00
900 00
300 00
600 00
000 00
480 00
480 00
420 00
420 00
720 00
600 00
400 CO
160 00
960 00
840 00
840 00
55 00
005 00
COO 00
150 00
400 00
270 00
22 50
13 00
44 25
53 50
31 87
122 87
204 00
29 25
6 00
50 49
282 01
1 50
23 37
22 50
2 50
25 25
75
30 00
1 00
8 50
75
13,028 97
720 00
800 00
160 00
50 00
550 00
420 00
420 00
420 00
420 00
550 00
11 15
21 00
3 10
5 35
2 00
11 25
11 25
10 00
6 25
2 60
5 00
6 00
34 00
1 00
7 87
19 24
12 00
2 00
5 12
2 60
15 50
24 60
8 75
11 00
7 50
30 00
3 25
3 00
4,771 98
3,134 11
20,789 60 80
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
S   cts.
8   cts.
8   cts.
3,134 11
1 50
20,789 60
VIII.—EDUCATION.—Continued.
Vote No. 62.—Esquimalt District.
Teacher, Esquimalt School, 1st August to 31st Deer., 1883, @
do.                     do.           1st January to 31st March, 1884,
do.                      do.           1st April to 30th June, 1884,
do.       Sooke,          1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884,
do.       Metchosin,                 do.                             do.
do. _     Colwood,      1st August, 1883, to 30th June, 1884,
870 $ m.
70   „
70   „
50   „
50   „
50    ,,
350 00
210 00
210 00
600 00
600 00
650 00
3 00
5 00
12 00
6 00
7 40
2 57
6 75
1 25
30 00
2 60
6 00
6 75
2 60
1 13
22 95
13 00
19 60
11 00
9 50
J M Muir	
W H Phelps	
C E Clarke	
Lucretia Horton	
T N Hibben & Co	
T N Hibben & Co	
S Rov	
Painting black-boards, desks, etc., and repairing fireplace, Metchosin..
C Ball	
W Whitty	
T N Hibben & Co	
A A Peatt, Jr	
Hauling lumber and gravel for fence and ground, Colwood School	
J W Switzer	
Vote No. 63.—Cowichan District.
Teacher, Shawnigan, 1st April to 30th June, 1884,                 @ §50 $ m.
do.       Salt Spring Island, 1st July, 1883, to 31st Jan., 1884,   60   „
do.       Maple Bay, 1st July, 1883,' to 9th January, 1884,           60   „
do.               do.        21st January to 30th June, 1884,                   60    „
do.       South Cowichan, 1st July to 20th August, 1S83,           55   „
do.              do.              21st September to 20th January, 18S4, 65   ,,
do.             do. (temporary) 24th Sept to 24th October, 1883, 55   „
do.              do.              21st January to 30th June, 1S84,           55   „
do.       Burgoyne Bay, 1st to 31st July, 1883,                            50   „
do.              do.              1st August to 31st December, 1883,      50   „
do.              do.              1st January to 30th June, 1884,            50   ,,
do.       Chemainus, 1st August, 1883, to 30th June, 18S4,        50   „
do.       Quamichan, 1st August to 31st December, 1S83,           50   ,,
do.              do.           1st January to 30th June, 1884,               50   „
do.       Mayne Island, 16th October, 1S83, to 31st Jan., 1884, 50   „
do.                do.             1st February to 30th June, 1S84,             50    ,,
2,687 80
W J Mufford	
150 00
420 00
377 50
322 00
90 50
218 33
55 00
295 00
50 00
250 00
300 00
550 00
250 00
300 00
175 00
260 00
1 50
2 00
3 00
8 75
1 25
8 00
18 00
2 50
10 50
37 CO
3 00
39 50
7 50
8 25
24 00
36 00
1 75
7 00
1 75
26 00
7 00
22 75
3 00
7 50
5 25
1 50
22 12
43 12
6 00
14 25
0 00
3 13
10 00
2 25
6 00
3 00
J Shaw	
M V Storey	
T Clyde	
A Dods	
B H Smith	
Do    	
C King	
R M Miller	
M W Waitt & Co    .
J Sehl	
Rent of house for use of school,            do.    1st Augt. to 31st Dec., 1883
T N Hibben & Co ...
H C Wilson ,
E G Prior	
1 bell,                                                         do.                     	
W M Williams ....
C Horel	
A & W Wilson ....
N W Campbell	
T Windsor	
Lemberger & Lewis
SW Handy	
T N Hibben & Co ...
G Woodruff	
W J Shearing	
4,462 45
3,125 61
27,939 85 48 Vic.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
81
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
8   cts.
8   ets.
S   cts.
3,125 61
3 25
5 00
13 62
1 25
8 00
10 75
4 00
10 00
27,939 85
VIII. —EDUCATION.—Continued.
Vote No. 64.—Nanaimo District.
Principal, Nanaimo Boys', 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884, @ $90 $ m-
Assistant,           do.                     do.              31st Jan., 1884,         60   „
do.                do.           1st February to 30th June, 1884,         60   „
Principal, Nanaimo Girls', 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884,    70   ,,
1st Assistant,       do.           1st July to 31st August, 1883,           50   ,,
do.                  do.           1st Sept., 1883, to 30th June, 1884,    50   „
2nd Assistant,     do.           21st May to 30th June, 1884,              50   ,,
Teacher, South Cedar, 1st to 31st July, 1883,                                50   „
do.                  do.       1st August, 1883, to 30th June, 1884,       50   „
do.       North Cedar, 1st July, 1883, to 31st March, 1S84,         50   „
do.                do.          1st April to 30th June, 1884,                         50    „
Principal, Wellington, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1S84,          75   „
Assistant,       do.                    do.                           do.                50   ,,
Teacher, South Gabriola,        do.                             do.                  50   ,,
do.       North Gabriola, 9th October, 1883, to 30th June, 1884, 50   „
1,080 00
420 00
300 00
840 00
100 00
500 00
66 13
50 00
550 00
450 00
150 00
900 00
600 00
600 00
437 10
6 00
3 25
71 00
71 00
3 75
3 75
12 50
22 50
40 00
6 37
10 00
6 25
75
2 00
13 62
3 50
16 37
24 00
7 00
24 00
62
10 75
2 00
14 25
13 00
38 00
2 00
45 00
2 00
75
3 87
20 75
20 60
6 00
1 00
2 60
3 00
75
4 75
A J Polley	
J A Scott	
Florence Meakin	
Cleaning school-house, Nanaimo Girls', 1st Aug. 18S3, to 30th June, 1884
do.                         do.      Boys',               do.                     do.
W Wilson	
C L Smith	
W Earl	
W Earl	
J H Pleace	
E Pimbury & Co	
J H Pleace	
H McAdie	
Vote No. 65.—Comox District.
Teacher, Comox School, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884, @ 850 $ m.
7,579 33
M P Halliday	
000 00
1 50
Vote No. 66.—New Westminster City District.
Principal, Boys' School, 1st to 31st July, 1883,                    @ $100 $ m.
do.               do.            1st Aug., 1883, to 30th June, 1884,      100    „
Assistant,          do.           1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884,       60   „
Principal, Girls' School,              do.                       do.               70   ,,
Assistant,          do.                      do.                       do.                50   „
601 50
C D Rand	
100 00
1,100 00
600 00
840 00
600 00
52 25
10 00
84 00
15 00
35 00
7 67
16 76
6 00
34 00
106 10
S White	
E S Scoullar & Co	
Cleaning school, 1st August, 1883, to 29th February, 1884, @ 812	
J Wise	
C G Major	
H Elliott	
J A Calbick 	
Material and labour repairing and fitting up room for High School	
i
3,606 77
3,181 48
39,727 45 82
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arears,
9     cts.
8   cts.
8   cts.
J P Johnston	
A Pollard	
WH Irwin	
P Murray	
H Andrews	
M J Norris	
G H Sljggett	
A McKenzie	
J M McDonald	
Ella Coughlan	
J W Sinclair	
Agnes D Cameron....
Christina Irvine	
E J Gardiner	
Katherine Todd	
Maude Kirkland	
A J McDougall	
Bessie Watson	
M J Sweet	
M L Harding	
A J McDougall	
Maggie Jennings	
Anna C Dallas	
T N Hibben & Co ....
Hastings Saw Mill Co.
A Johns	
C S Ryder	
L Gibson 	
D Y Nehnes	
GR Ashwell	
J Cunningham & Co.. .i.
T Henry	
W Cook	
W Boothroyd	
C W Calkin	
J H Germvin	
GR Ashwell	
T N Hibben & Co'	
A Davison	
I Kipp	
R G McKamey	
J Lacroix	
R C Garner	
J Cunningham & Co	
JACalbick 	
J Cunningham	
J W Sexsmith	
JBElliott	
W A Howling	
L Thornber	
"Columbian"	
Richmond Corporation ..
Royal City Planing Mills
J Cunningham & Co	
"Columbian"	
J Murchison	
TR Pearson* Co	
M W Waitt & Co	
D McGillivray	
W Hodgson	
M W Waitt & Co	
J E Lord	
D McGillivray	
B Gibson 	
E S Scoullar	
DBrieknell	
J C Henderson	
K Mclver	
A Houston	
Hudson Bay Co	
A Williams	
T Blank	
"Colonist"	
"Columbian"	
W Pybus	
E Shepard	
Mrs A Irving	
J McKenny	
Mrs Isaacs	
S Edge	
E S Scoullar & Co	
J Stevenson	
D Johnson	
Brought fonoard	
VIII.—EDUCATION.—Continued.
Vote No. 67.—New Westminster District.
Teacher, Chilliwhack, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884,
! 880 $ m
do.     ' Sumass, 1st to 31st July, 1884, 50
do. do.       1st August, 1883, to 30th June, 1884, 50   „
do.       Maple Ridge, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1S84, 60   „
do.       Cheam, do. do. 50   ,,
do.       Clover Valley, do. do. 50   .,
do.       Prairie, 1st to 31st July, 1883, 60   „
do. do.       1st August, 1883, to 29th February, 1S84,      50   „
do. do.       1st March to 30th April, 1884, 50   „
do. do.       1st May to 30th June, 1S84, 50   „
do.       Langley, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884, 55   „
do.       Granville, 1st to'31st July, 1884, 55   „
do. do.       1st September to 31st December, 1883, 55   ,,
do. do.        16th January to 30th June, 1884, 55    „-
do.       Burton's Prairie, 1st Aug., 1883, to 30th June, 1884,    50   „
do.       Moodyville, 1st Julv, 1883, to 30th June, 1884, 55   „
do.       Trenant, 1st to 31st Julv, 1884, 60   „
do. do.       16th August, 1883, to 30th June, 1884, 50   „
do.       North Arm, 1st to 31st July, 1883, 50   „
do. do.       1st August, 1883, to 30th June, 1884, 50   „
do.       Mud Bay, 24th September, 18S3, to       do. 50   „
do.        Lower Chilliwhack, 10th January to     do. 50   ,,
do.       Port .Moody, 15th May to do. 50   ,,
One set of tablet lessons, Granville School	
Paint, hinges, axe, paid for cleaning school, etc., Granville	
Sweeping school and lighting fires, Granville, 10 months	
Making hat-rack, cleaning school, wood, etc., Cheam School	
On account of fencing school lot, do. 	
Cleaning school-house, painting black-board, etc., do. 	
Bucket, window-glass, etc., do. 	
Clock, pail, etc., for Clover Valley School	
Digging well, etc., do. 	
5 cords of stove wood, do. 	
Cleaning do. 	
10 cords of wood for Chilliwhack School —
Sinking well, do. 	
Writing paper, postage stamps, glass, etc., Chilliwhack School	
Chalk and postage stamps, do. 	
Repairs to stove and bucket, do. 	
One cord of wood, do. 	
Axe, bucket, etc., and clearing land for Burton's Prairie School	
Rent of building used as school-house, do. 	
Wood and clock, Burton's Prairie School 	
Stove-pipe, etc., do. 	
Desk, freight on same, etc.,        do. 	
Window blinds, do. 	
Cartage of benches, desk, and on 3 cords of wood, North Arm School
Making blackboard, North Arm School 	
2 cords of wood, do. 	
Stationery, cutting wood, etc., North Arm School	
Advertising teacher wanted, do.	
Rent of room for do. 9 months, @ §5	
Desks, etc., for do.
Padlock, axe, stationery, pitcher, etc., Prairie School   	
Advertising for teacher (sundry times), do,
3,181 48
6 60
Wood for do. 	
Stationery for do. 	
Visitors' book,   Sumass School	
Broom, chalk, and cleaning do	
Wood, do	
2 sets of tablet lessons,        do	
Chairs for do	
Repairing windows, freight on maps, etc., Sumass School 	
Cutting wood for Lower Chilliwhack School	
Stove and pipe for do. 	
Cleaning school-house, chalk, etc., do. 	
Clock, window blinds, do. 	
Lumber, nails, paint, etc., and labour on Langley School   	
Hauling 5 cords of wood, do. 	
Buckets and stationery, etc., do. 	
Wood, do. 	
Repairing roof of do. 	
Advertising teacher wanted for Trenant School	
do. do. do	
Cutting wood, do.        	
Cutting 4 cords of wood, Maple Ridge School 	
Cleaning do. 	
Stationery and postage stamps,   do. 	
Crayons, brooms, etc., do. 	
Removing woodshed, do. 	
Stove, bucket, brooms, etc., Mud Bay School 	
6 cords of wood, do. 	
Carriage of stove, etc., New Westminster to Mud Bay 810; wood 85 .
Carried fonoard	
39,727 45
960 00
50 00
550 00
720 00
600 00
000 00
60 00
350 00
100 00
100 00
000 00
55 00
220 00
302
550 00
060 00
50 00
525 00
60 00
550 00
461 66
276 00
76 00
75
24 22
15 00
18 75
11 25
6 50
3 60
11 00
10 50
10 00
8 00
17 00
10 00
5 25
80
2 50
3 00
18 00
7 50
8 50
24 87
11 00
8 00
11 00
9 50
7 CO
3 87
2 50
45 00
18 00
8 13
6 60
15 00
2 60
1
20 00
1 50
3 75
6 25
15 00
27 75
4 50
15 55
17 50
3 75
2 62
13 75
8 25
3 00
2 50
19 50
16 00
3 00
1 00
8 37
11 62
22 38
27 00
15 00
I 3,203 081 9,160 29 39,727 45 48 Vic.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
83
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
8   cts.
$   cts.
S   cts.
AS Bailey	
C J Hamilton	
D J McDonald	
T Leduc	
R M Clemitson	
Catherine Schubert
Mrs L S Clemitson	
R S Hanna	
J Irwin	
A McKenzie	
II Liddell	
Clara P Smith	
J McNish	
Dom. Govt. Telegraphs.
WL Flood	
T Lemond	
Hansz & Pocock	
J Mclntyre	
Oppenheimer Bros	
J Weiler	
J Campbell	
Blair & Coy	
R Charters	
W Palmer	
R Scott	
N Fraser	
W A Simmonds	
TR Pearson & Co	
L Oppenheimer	
W J Taylor	
J McBride	
T Hayes	
R A Fraser	
F Brent 	
J Christian	
E Lequime	
AMcDonell	
J F Smith	
C Phair	
Matilda Miller	
T N Hibben & Co .
C Phair	
H Featherstone ...
Charley, Indian...
F LaRochelle	
A W Smith	
J Dickey	
A W Smith	
Saul, Indian	
JChenhall	
U Nelson	
H Bird	
J R Sterling ...
J Bibby	
J Murray	
G Byrnes	
J Harkins	
Mason & Daley.
W W Dodd ....
"Colonist"	
Masonic Lodge.
G Hamilton	
W Woodward	
W McDougall	
J Hart	
R Cadwallader	
C Patterson	
D Rivers	
L Card 	
Moodyville Saw Mill Co. .
A Williams	
Do	
Brought fonoard	
VIII. —EDUCATION.—Concluded.
Vote No. 67.—New Westminster. District.—Concluded.
Postage stamps for Mud Bay School	
Repairing stove, do. 	
Cleaning Moodyville School   	
do. do. 	
do. do. 	
do. do. 	
do. do. 	
Axe handles, window glass, stove, etc., Moodyville School	
Seats, blackboard, etc., Port Moody School 	
Rent of school, Port Moody, 19th May to 30th June, 1884, @ §12 $ mo.
Vote No. 68.—Hope-Yale District.
Teacher, Lytton, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884, @ $60 $ m.
do.       Nicola Valley, 1st to 31st July, 1883, 60   „
do. do. 15th August, 1883, to 30th June, 1884,   60   „
do.       Cache Creek, 1st to 31st Julv, 1883, 75   „
do. do. 1st August, 1883, to 30th June, 1884,       75   „
Matron, do. 1st to 31st July, 1883, 50   „
do. do. 1st August, 1883, to 30th June, 1884,       50   „
Teacher, Okanagan,     1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884, 60   „
do.       Yale, do. do. 60   „
do.       Hope. 1st to 31st July, 1883, 50   „
do. do. 31st August to 31st December, 1SS3,       50   „
do. do. 1st March to 30th June, 1884, 50   „
do.       Nicola Lake, 1st Novr., 1883, to 30th June, 1884, 60   „
Telegram to Supt. of Education from Hope School	
Cordwood, blackboard, etc., do	
Broom and washing Lytton School	
6 cords of wood @ §6,        do. *        	
Axe, bucket, and broom, do. 	
Supplies furnished Cache Creek Boarding School	
Sundry kitchen utensils, table linen, etc.,   do	
Wood, bucket, axe, etc., & hauling freight from Yale, Cache Creek B. S.
Door locks, cleaning school, etc., Nicola	
Stove, pipe, kettle, etc., Nicola Lake School	
Tin and wire for roof and ceiling,   do. 	
5 eords of wood 830; freight on maps, etc., $3.38, Nicola Lake School..
Cleaning Yale School	
Locks, and fitting same, Yale School	
Stationery, do.
Freight on globe, do. 	
Making and fixing desks, etc., Yale School	
Stove-pipe and fixing same, do	
3 cords of wood, do	
Cleaning school and lighting fires, do.       5 months @ §3	
7 cords of wood, Okanagan School	
Table, axe, and broom,   do. 	
Pail, stationery, etc.,       do. 	
Expressage on maps,       do. 	
Vote No. 69.—Lillooet District.
Teacher, Clinton, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884,       @ $60 $ month
do.       Lillooet, do. do. 60       ,,
Cleaning school-room, Lillooet	
1 box of chalk and 1 set of reading tablets, Lillooet School	
3,203 08
Cordwood,
Postage stamps and paper,
Sawing and splitting two cords of wood,
Hauling wood,
Pail and matches,
2 eords of wood,
Axe, broom, wood, etc.,
h cord of wood,
Cleaning school-room and lighting fires, Clinton,
Clock and lamp, Clinton School	
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Vote No. 70.—Cariboo District.
Teacher, Williams, Lake, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1S84, @ $60 $ m
do.       Barkerville, do. do. $83.33 ,,
Stove-pipe and fitting same, Barkerville	
Glass for windows and repairing school, Barkerville	
Rent of school building, do	
Cleaning school, sawing wood, and lighting fires, Barkerville, 1 year ..
Pail, Barkerville School    	
5 cords of wood,   do	
Advertising teacher wanted, Barkerville School	
Rent of room for use of do. 11^ months @ $10	
10 cords of wood, Williams Lake School , "	
Carried fonoard.
5 00
30 00
3,250 08
9,160 29
1 12
3 00
4 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
40 69
22 37
16 57
720 00
60 00
630 00
75 00
825 00
60 00
650 0C
720 00
720 00
50 0C
201 62
200 0C
480 00
5C
25 25
1 75
36 00
2 50
49 87
78 13
200 00
13 13
31 87
2 75
33 38
8 00
10 00
2 62
80
14 10
9 30
15 00
16 00
14 00
6 50
3 00
75
720 00
720 00
21 75
2 46
3 50
2 00
5 00
1 50
1 75
8 00
13 75
2 25
25 00
15 00
720 00
999 96
6 00
12 50
5 00
50 00
1 50
25 00
5 00
115 00
40 00
39,727 45
9,256 04
6,855 82
1,541 '
1,979 96
!,361 23 84
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
cts.
S   cts.
B C Express Co ,
Bank of British Columbia
B C Express Co	
Do 	
C P N Co	
Do        	
Hon A E B Davie	
AC Elliott	
W Thomas	
W P Wilson	
M S Richards	
Peter and Billy, Indians
Str North Pacific	
W Thompson	
Str R R Thompson	
J H Brewner	
OR&NCo	
W C Gray	
W U Telegraph	
NPRCo	
R Dickson	
J Russell	
E Kelly	
R Fry	
J Blaney	
A Fellherny	
Fletcher & McNaughton
L Campbell	
J Duck	
Str Peerless	
C P N Co	
A McNaughton	
T Hamilton	
WFelker	
Marshall & Smith
J Mundory	
T Spelman	
J B Leighton	
Hon J Robson	
Hon W Smithe	
J Uren	
P M Irving	
M S Richards	
S J McAllister	
Callbreath, Grant & Cook.
S Brierly	
W P Wilson	
Johnny, Indian	
J Fletcher & Co	
R Sylvester	
Jackson, Indian	
J Clearihue	
J Porter	
J Merrifield	
R D Mathers	
A 0 Fry	
Indian	
M Driscoll	
B C Express Co	
J Boyd	
A D Mclnnes	
J McLean	
S Downes	
Fletcher & McNaughton
R McLeese	
A Pendola	
Victoria Transfer Co....
W G Bowman ,
C P N Co	
W G Bowman	
S Cooness	
B C Express Co	
J J Young.
CPNCo,,
J J Russell.
Brought forward	
IX.—TRANSPORT.
Vote No. 71.—Freight on Remittances.
Charges on remittances from and to Treasury.
Commission on draft to Portland	
Vote No. 72.—Travelling Expenses, Officers on Duty.
Stage fare of A. C. Elliott from Yale to Lytton, and return	
Horse and buggy hire for the Hon. Provincial Secretary	
Fares, meals, and room for Auditor to Yale, and return	
Passage for the Hon. Attorney-General to New West., & return to Vict.
Travelling allowance to New Westminster and return, 4 days @ §4	
Travelling allowance as Stipendiary Magistrate, Yale to Lytton, 3 days
Horse hire for Gold Commissioner Vowell, Dease Lake to Telegraph Ck.
Meals and horse keep for do. 	
do. do. do. and meals for 2 Indians	
Working" in Government boat for do.      Laketon to head of Dease Lake
Fare for Government Agent Kelly, Victoria to Portland	
Meals and bed for do.      *   at New Tacoma  	
Meal for do. 	
Meals and bed for do. at Portland	
Fare from Portland to Spokane for Govt. Agent Kelly	
Meals and bed at do. do	
Telegrams from Spokane to Sand Point, do.       for horses
Fare from do. do. do	
Meals at do. do	
Provisions from Sand Point to Kootenay for do	
Paid horse hire from Sand Point to Bonner's Ferry	
Meals and ferriage for Govt. Agent Kelly & 3 horses at Bonner's Ferry
Services as packer for do. from Sand Point to      do.
Use of three horses for do. Bonner's Ferry to Kootenay..
Passage and meals for Gold Commissioner Bowron, Richfield to Stanley
Passage for G. Tunstall from Campbell's to Kamloops. re disputed land
Meals and bed,       do. do. do. do.
Passage & meals,   do.   from Kamloops to Ross'	
Fare for Deputy Attorney-General from Victoria to Yale	
Conveying do. from Richfield to Soda Creek, and
charges on books from Richfield to Barkerville, and return	
Conveying Deputy Attorney-General from Soda Creek to 150-Mile House
do. do. 150-Mile House to 100-Mile House
Horse keep for do. 	
do. do. 	
do. do.	
Conveying do. & bag-gage, Savona Ferry to Cache Ck.
Travelling allowance visiting Chilliwhack and New Westminster Agricultural Exhibitions, 10 days @ $4    ,	
do. do. do. do.
Conveying Dep. Attorney-General, Kamloops to Savona F., & horse keep
Travelling allowance on Mainland Circuit, 6 days @ $4, &■ 49 days @ §5
Meals for Gold Commissioner Vowell returning from Stickeen
Horse hire for do
Horse keep for do.
Meals for do.
do. do.
Packing blankets for      do.
Meals & provisions for    do.
Passage in boat for        do.
Making camp, packing blankets, etc
Provisions supplied to
from Telegraph Ck. to head of Dease L.
and Indians	
do	
from Sylvester's Landing to Centerville
Laketon to McDame Creek, and return
from Porter's Landing to Svlvester's...
for Gold Com. A'owell, 8 days @ $2
do. and Indian
do.
Meals, canoe hire, etc., McDame Creek & return, do,
Horse hire at Thibert's Creek for do. 	
Provisions supplied to Gold Commissioner Kelly and Indian, and use of
3 horses for 21 days, from Wild Horse Creek to Kootenay Lake....
Boat hire for Gold Commissioner Kelly, McLaughlin's to Kootenay Lake
Assisting do. do. do.
Packing for do.   to Kootenay mines, & board 21 d. @ $2.50
Passage of Gold Comr. Bowron, Barkerville to Quesnelle, and return ..
Meals, bed, and horse keep for J. Lindsay, as Registrar, County Court.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
. H. Williams...
do.
Meals,
Meals, bed, and horse keep,
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
Horse hire, 10 days, for
Carriage hire for Govt. Officers attending funeral of T.
do. do. do.
Passage of Deputy Attorney -General from New Westminster to Victoria
Carriage hire for the Hon. Provincial Secretary
do. for the Hon. the Premier	
Stage for the Deputy Attorney-General, Yale to Barkerville, and way
stages returning	
Allowance inspecting New Westminster Agency, 10 days @ 84	
Passage, meals, and room for Deputy Treasurer, Victoria to New West'
minster, and return (three times)	
Cab hire for the Hon. Attorney-General and Deputy, sundry times ...
Carried fonoard	
3,250 08
3,250 08
226 95
10 00
25 00
5 00
25 50
6 00
16 00
15 00
15 00
3 50
6 00
5 00
15 50
1 50
50
3 50
27 50
2 00
1 25
4 50
1 50
236 95
10 15
10 00
5 00
6 00
28 00
6 50
3 00
1 50
3 00
9 00
45 00
5 00
10 75
7 00
2 50
4 00
16 00
40 00
40 00
7 00
269 00
2 00
15 00
5 50
14 00
11 76
3 00
16 14
12 00
16 00
19 97
25 00
5 00
112 50
7 50
6 00
52 50
22 00
4 75
1 00
12 75
6 00
4 50
6 75
30 00
4 00
5 00
4 00
27 50
5 00
177 50
40 00
27 00
16 60
1,425 26
236 95 48 Vic.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
85
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.   .
Arrears,
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
3,250 08
1,425 26
8 00
2 00
14 00
8 00
3 75
2 00
5 05
14 02
67 50
55 50
2 00
2 00
2 50
10 00
15 00
3 00
5 00
11 50
5 00
1 00
1 00
20 55
15 00
16 47
20 00
8 00
3 00
2 00
2 50
1 00
6 50
27 50
15 50
64 00
6 00-
10 00
24 00
2 50
25 00
2 50
5 00
27 00
1 25
5 00
1 50
1 00
Z 00
1 15
"     19 50
30 50
4 00
52 60
6 00
1 00
12 70
75
34 80
11 00
16 25
221 66
16 00
2 00
32 60
10 50
18 21
15 00
15 00
16 00
12 50
17 65
4 00
8 00
1 00
4 00
4 00
2 00
8 50
1 50
143 00
4 00
6 00
15 25
236 95
IX.—TRANSPORT.—Continued.
Vote No. 72.—Travelling Exfenses, Officers on Duty.—Continued.
Canoe hire for Gold Commissioner Vowell, Telegraph Creek to Glenora
Meals for                                    do.                  Laketon to Stickeen	
WP Wilson	
Callbreath,Grant & Cook.
T Hammill	
Provisions for                           do.                  Laketon to Stickeen 	
do.           Gold Commissioner Kelly, en route to Kootenay Lake	
Horse hire, 34 days, conveying   do.                                    do.             	
Provisions supplied                       do.       and 1 man and 2 Indians	
Meals for Gold Commissioner Bowron holding Mining Court at Quesnelle
do.                         do.                                    do.                     do.
Lodgings for              do.                                 do.                    do.
Meals for                     do.                                    do.                     do.
Carriage hire for the Hon. Provincial Secretary and the Hon.  Chief
Do         	
Fletcher & McNaughton.
W R Lewis	
Canoe hire,       do.                      do.       to various places at Burrard Inlet
Passage of Deputy Attorney-General, Yale to New Westminster	
Carriage hire for the Hon. the Chief C. of L. & W., various times	
C P N Co	
Do             	
Callbreath,Grant & Cook.
Provisions supplied to Govt. Agent Crimp and Indian at McDame Creek
Packing; provisions, etc.,     do.       to McDame Creek and return	
Travelling allowance inspecting New Westminster Agency, 5 days @ $4
Passage of Auditor from Victoria to New Westminster, and return	
JMcBSmith	
C P N Co	
E F Holt	
do.           for Government Agent to Penitentiary, and return	
G Winter  	
G Winter  	
do.                     do.       Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works...
Travelling allowance, New West. City & Dist., sundry times, 16 d. @ $4
C P N Co	
Do    	
A C Elliott	
Team hire for Stipendiary Magistrate Elliott, 50-mile post to Lytton...
do.                                   do.                         Lytton to 50-mile post...
Tickets to Portland for Gold Commissioner Vowell & Collector Redgrave
Expressage on baggage,                               do.                             do.
Staterooms for                                              do.                             do.
Packing rope for                                              do.                               do.
Meals at Tacoma for                                     do.                             do.
Fare and meals for                                       do.                            do.
Freight on saddle from Victoria to Portland, for use at Kootenay	
Tents and canvas bag for Gold Com. Vowell, en route to Kootenay	
Hall & Goepel	
0 R&NCo	
Matthews,Richards & Tye
W Black well	
0 R&N Co	
Do        	
D Block & Co	
0 R & N Co	
Fare for Gold Com. Vowell & Collector Redgrave, Portland to Sand Point
D Holton	
0 R & N Co	
Do            	
Black & Bales	
Hotel charges for Gold Commissioner Vowell and man procuring horses
T Quinn	
Transport of baggage from Sand Point for Gold Commissioner Vowell
Provisions and cooking utensils supplied                            do.
Meals and bed for Gold Com. Vowell & Collector Redgrave at Sand Point
NPRR	
J G Hawkins	
C Fry	
E Bray	
Provisions for   do.   & Col. Redgrave, Wild Horse Ck. to Kicking Horse
Passage of the Hon. Chief C. of L. & W., Victoria to Maple Bay & return
C P N Co	
Horse and buggy hire for the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands & W.
CPNCo.             	
Cab hire for the Hon. Attorney-General and Deputy, sundry times ....
Do      	
Travelling allowance on circuit, 7 days below Yale @ 64, 25 days @ 85
Conveying Dep. Attorney-General, Savona's Ferry to Kamloops, & ret.
do.                          do.    Yale to Cisco & return to Port Hammond
Carried forward ,	
C P N Co.	
3,250 08
2,746 47
236 95 86
Puplic Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
TO WHOM PAID.
POR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
8   cts.
8   cts.
3,250 08
03 12
30 00
16 00
2,746 47
50 25
80 50
1,055 00
10 00
4 00
44 35
35 00
20 71
15 20
10 00
9 00
2 60
21 75
30 50
7 CO
4 CO
29 80
4 25
17 00
85 00
800 00
236 95
IX.—TRANSPORT.—Concluded.
Vote No. 72.—Travelling! Expexses, OFFICERS on Doty.—Concluded.
Passage of Deputy Attorney-General to sundry places on circuit 	
Do                       	
Team to Port Moody & saddle horse to Granvillefor Hon.Provincial See.
Ferriage of Gold Commissioner Vowell returning from Kicking Horse..
Provisions supplied                   do.       and Indians at Kicking Horse ...
do.                                do.                  do.                     do.
R D Mather       	
Provisions for Gold Com. Kelly and man, Wild Horse Ck. to Sand Point
Packing for                     do.                                do.                     do.
R Fry ...
NPRR...
0 R & N Co ..
Packing for                       do.     Wild Horse Ck. to Kootenay Lake Mines
Vote No. 73.—Keep of Horses.
5,088 28
52 50
122 91
7 00
3 00
R Baker & Son...
G C Tunstall
X.—PENT.
Vote No. 74.—Government House, Victoria.
185 41
5,510 64
Executors of Sir J Douglas
48 50
XL—EEVENUE SERVICES.
Vote No. 76.—Commission.
338 37
600 00
165 49
413 40
146 38
9 00
87 30
58 87
69 00
25 00
63 12
7 65
15 50
191 62
48 94
192 08
81 18
168 15
W K Bull	
T McK Lambly	
H Fry	
J E White	
T Harris	
J Mitchell	
T L Fawcett	
do.                  do.           Nanaimo,           @ 3 per cent, (in 1878)	
G W Chadsey	
J F Allison	
do.                  do.           Salt Spring I.,      10       „        	
Courts of Appeal.
2,671 01
8 00
10 00
30 00
61 51
5 00
5 00
32 50
15 00
10 00
16 00
6 00
27 00
20 00
4 62
6 5f
12 00
5 76
7 25
3 75
W N Bo'e	
Holding Court of Revision and Appeal, New Westminster, 3 days @ $10
do.                           do.       Okanagan, 3 days @ §10; exp. $31.50
do.                             do.       Osoyoos, including travelling exps.
PS Gillie.
Horse hire for J. Bowron, Judge of Court of Appeal, 9 days @ $3	
Fletcher & McNaughton.
Vieth, Borland & Co
do,                    do.                    do.         at Australian Rancb	
Carried forward,,	
284 87
3,359 20
2,065 88 48 Vic.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
87
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
S   cts.
$   cts.
3,359 20
2,869 01
XL—REVENUE SERVICES.—Continued.
Vote No. 75.—Commission &c.—Continued.
Travelling Exxienses.
3 75
5 50
75
3 00
2 00
2 00
3 75
3 75
3 00
3 00
3 50
5 00
3 50
50
16 25
1 00
19 25
9 00
3 00
4 00
16 50
4 50
5 49
4 00
3 00
6 00
2 50
2 50
2 50
3 00
1 50
12 00
4 00
27 50
62 50
50 00
1 00
15 00
7 50
8 00
18 00
6 00
10 00
1 00
3 00
3 00
5 00
6 00
2 00
3 00
107 50
8 00
9 00
9 50
3 87
3 75
3 00
3 50
12 00
3 25
5 00
6 00
1 50
1 00
3 0(.
2 50
G 00
4 00
6' 00
12 00
3 00
2 50
2 CO
3 00
3 00
2 00
M Muir...
H Wain	
P C Dunlevy
FGuv	
C P N Co	
Passage, meals, and room for Collector Miller and Chinese interpreter,
A Kelly	
Ferrying Collector St.Laurent up Fraser River, and use of horses	
Do        	
A Kelly	
J Boyd 	
P C Dunlevy
C B Eagle	
F Guv	
Horse'hire, G. C. Tunstall obtaining information for Assessment Roll..
Passage and meals for G. C. Tunstall, Kamloops to Eagle Pass, & return
Passage for Collector Burr from New Westminster to St.Mary's Mission
S P Mills	
Services as Judge of Court of Revision and Appeal in Victoria and
J S Place 	
do.                     do.       §7; assisting       do.       1 day @ $3	
G R Tinker	
TC Harris...
T M Hamilton	
J Boyd 	
P C Dunlew	
FGuv	
J R Hull	
T M Hamilton	
H 0 Bowe	
do.                         do.           Collector Livingstone and man, 4 nights
Ferrying                                                  do.                  across Fraser River
P H Ward	
Carried forward,,	
3,359 20
617 36
2,809 01 88                Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
TO WHOM PAID.
. FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
S   cts
8   cts.
S   cts.
3,359 20
11 25
617 36
50
6 75
1 00
6 62
50
50
15 00
2 00
2 75
2 75
2 75
1 00
2 00
50
5 00
3 00
6 50
35 00
8 00
1 50
8 00
12 GO
8 00
8 00
25 50
3 00
19 50
2 00
4 50
1 50
12 00
1 50
3 00
1 00
11 50
1 CO
8 75
3 00
2 00
3 00
1 00-
5 CO
5 00
4 00
50
8 00
8 50
9 00
4 00
6 00
3 50
4 50
3 50
8 25
5 00
7 00
17 50
6 75
86 15
4 50
4 00
52 75
11 25
33 00
31 00
10 00
11 00
2,869 01
1,205 38
XL—REVENUE SERVICES.—Continued.
Vote No. 75.—Commission, &c—Continued.
Tra veiling Expenses.—Concluded.
CPNCo	
Passage and meals for                   do.                  do.      & freight on horse
T McNeelev	
Mrs T Bartlett...
P Greyell	
E Greyell	
Horse hire,                                      do.                  do.        10 days @ 81.50
Passage for S. Maclure, collecting, Riverside to New Westminster ....
Freight on horse from Langley to New West, for W. Ross, collecting ..
Passage, and freight on horse, New West, to Ladner's Landing, do.
C P N Co	
Do	
Do    	
TMcNeeley	
C P N Co	
Passage and meals for Lee Lum, Interpreter, New West, to Emory	
J Miller	
Ferrying          do.        and interpreter across Harrison River	
Assisting          do.       Burr,and interpreter with canoe from New West-
J H Wood	
Meals, bed, and horse keep for collector Livingstone at Lillooet	
H 0 Bowe	
E Skuse	
Team hire for Collector Rovcraft, 50-mile post to Lytton	
Passage for          do.       Tunstall to Savona Ferry and return	
Horse & buggy hire for Collector Bray to East Wellington, sundry times
W Knight	
SM Walker	
Fare for                               do.           from Hope to Yale, and return	
W W Orr	
Boat hire for E. A. Sharpe, collecting taxes, Port Moody to North Arm
Veith, Borland & Co	
FGuv	
Pinchhack & Lyne	
do.                     do.                             do.                 	
PC Dunlevy	
do.                     do.                             do.
Fletcher &, McNaughton.
Meals and bed for                                     do.
FGuy	
Veith, Borland & Co	
do.                     do.                             do.                 	
PC Dunlevy	
C B Eagle	
Meals and beds for E. A. Sharpe at Port Haney, collecting taxes ...
Canoe hire, Maple Ridge to New West., for Collector Miller do.
J Mi'lev	
Expenses incurred collecting taxes at Granville and Chilliwhack  (1SS0)
Carriage hire for Collector R. Jones, April, May, and June	
Victoria Transfer Co	
GT Oliver	
Horse hire for Collector Redgrave at Kicking Horse, 5 days (« £2	
Miscellaneous.
JPDavies&Co	
65 75
5 00
146 00
12 00
30 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
12 50
"Colonist"  	
Advertising sale of land for taxes in sundrv places	
Rent of room for holding Court of Revision, meals & horse keep for Judge
do.                                    do.                             do.                  do.
do.                                    do.                             do.                  do.
Carried forward	
3,370 45        286 251    4,161 2$ 48 Vig        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
89
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Callbreath,Grant & Cook
A J Venn	
"Free Press"	
"Inland Sentinel"	
DBanfield	
R Carson	
Ah Foo	
G II Johnston	
P Brady	
Hudson Bay Co	
"Colonist"	
"Evening Post"	
T Farrell	
W Lukeman	
Stewart & Braden	
J P Burgess.	
C Hayward	
S L Kelly & Co	
Lettice & Sears	
R W Fawcett	
G Powell	
J Stewart	
E S Scoullar & Co	
W D Purdy	
Municipal Council	
Hoy & Fry	
Hastings Saw Mill Co	
H Elliott	
Royal City Planing Mills.
J Cunningham & Co	
C L Smith	
J Fletcher 	
"Free Press"	
J Hilbert	
M Manson	
J Beaven	
C P N Co	
EG Prior	
J WStirtan	
FCheval	
W A Simmons .
J McBride	
F L Budlong. ..
Hansz & Pocock
C Kennedy	
J Murray	
J Boucherat ...
J Mclntyre	
W II Garland .,
S Archer	
J Murray	
B C Express Co
I B Nason	
A Fletcher	
S A Rogers	
Mason & Daley.
Hudson Bay Co
Brought forward	
XI. —REVENUE SERVICES. —Concluded.
Vote No. 75.—Commission, &c—Concluded.
Miscellaneous.—Concluded.
Rent of Toll Office at Telegraph Creek, 4 months @ $10	
Assistance in making out Assessment Roll at Kamloops, 4 days @ $2.50
Advertising sale of land for taxes	
Advertising sale of land for taxes	
Cartage of Chinese effects, distrained for taxes	
Board and horse keep for Collector Livingstone	
Assisting W. Ross to collect taxes from Chinese at New Westminster
do.    in office at Kicking Horse Pass during absence of Col. Redgrave
Rent of Toll Office at Telegraph Creek, 2 months	
Five caps, with badges, for Officers collecting taxes from Chinese...
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.
Works and Buildings.
Vote No. 76.—Repairs to Government Buildings and Fences, Victoria.
Advertising repairs to Government Buildings	
do.       tenders for repairs at Land Office	
Removing furniture from Attorney-General's Office during repairs	
do. do. do. 	
Repairing pump at '( The Winds " 	
Sundry repairs to Government Offices, James' Bay	
Labour and material for repairs to Supreme Court, Land Office, Attor-
ney-General's Office, and House of Assembly	
Sundry repairs to Offices, James' Bay	
Painting, -varnishing, and glazing do. 	
Repairing' windows, Legislative Building  	
Alteration and repairs to Land Office, as per contract 	
Sundry repairs, gas fitting, etc., Government Offices, James' Bay	
Vote No. 77.—Repairs to Government Buildings and Fences, New West.
Repairing water tap Court House	
Spring for door	
Constructing sidewalk opposite school reserve	
Iron rods for canopy over Judge's bench, and putting on door at Gaol
Lumber for Granville Gaol	
Hauling lumber and shingles to Immigration grounds	
Lumber for wood-shed, etc, do. 	
Hinges, padlock, etc., repairing fence, do. 	
Vote No. 78.—Rez>airs to Government Buildings and Fences, Nanaimo.
Painting Court House and addition	
Material and labour fitting up new office and Court room   	
Advertising tenders for painting Court House	
Repairing tables, chairs, and lamps,    do. 	
Hat hooks &c., for Judge's room	
Hauling- sheet iron from wharf to gaol	
Freight on iron, Victoria to Nanaimo	
Sheet iron and drayage.	
Material and labour repairing Gaol	
Vote No. 79.—Repairs to Government Buildings and Fences,
Yale District.
Repairing Toll House at Alexandra Bridg-e   	
Repairing doors and locks, etc., Yale Office and Court Room	
Stove pipe thimbles for Toll House, Yale ,
Window glass 	
Flooring for Yale Office	
Labour laying floor, Yale Office ;'	
Wall-paper, do.
Cotton lining, etc., do	
Nails, turpentine, oil, etc	
Labour repairing Court House, Yale   	
Vote No. 80.—RejMirs to Government Buildings and Fences,
Cariboo District.
Repairs to buildings at Quesnelle	
Removing snow from roofs of Govt, buildings and painting Assay Office
Blinds, and exprcssage on same	
Hanging and fastening window blinds	
Removing snow from roof of Lock-up, Stanley	
Nails and door-nob	
Nails and file	
Oil, paint, and turpentine	
Carried forward...
Arrears,
3   cts.
cts.
8,370 45
286 25      4,161 26
40 00
10 00
29 00
5 00
2 50
3 00
10 00
12 50
20 00
5 00
423 25
4,584 51
9 00
6 00
2 60
2 50
42 40
17 00
816 46
18 75
73 00
2 50
481 50
28 30
75
1 50
170 00
10 00
19 70
3 00
56 03
2 00
118 00
166 55
2 50
16 25
3 25
50
50
14 96
77 49
5 00
33 00
4 75
3 75
11 06
14 00
6 30
8 05
9 52
14 00
10 00
23 00
29 75
2 50
2 50
2 00
5 37
24 75
1,499 91
202 98
400 00
109 43
99 87
2,372 19 90
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
9   cts.
cts.
8   cts.
C W Baker.
R D Mathers.
E Dougherty...
J McCully	
C Mclntyre ....
E Bell	
F W Foster	
IT Nelson	
McLellan & Co.
W Fuller	
J Cunningham & Co	
J A Calbick	
Royal City Planing: Mills.
"Colonist"	
"Columbian"	
"Evening- Post"	
H O Tiedemann  	
McKillican & Anderson.
H C Wilson
Smith & Clark .
W P Sayward ..
Royal City Planing Mills,
M W T Drake (President)
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Works and Bdilbinos.—Continued.
Vote No. SI.—Repairs to Government Buildings and Fences,
Cassiar District.
Plastering buildings at Cassiar
Vote No. 82
-Repairs to Government Buildings and Fences,
Kootenay District.
Four panes of glass .
Vote No. 82a.-
-Mepairs to Government Buildings and Fences,
Clinton District.
200 feet of flooring	
Repairing stove-pipes	
Carpenter work repairing buildings	
Whitewash brush	
1 door lock, nails, paint, brushes, etc	
Wall-paper,  etc	
Making and placing book shelves in Judge's room .
Lime 	
Vote No. 83.—Repairs to Asylum for the Insane, New Westminster
Sundry repairs to pipes, etc., including material .-	
do. 	
Glass 	
Advertising tenders and extension of time	
do. do. do. 	
do. do. do. 	
Reporting on condition of Asylum, etc., 8125; commission on contract
price for drawing plans and specifications, 2^ per cent. 822,500 ,
On account of contract of alterations and Physician's residence	
Vote No. 8U.—Victoria Gaol.
Sundry repairs and alterations
do.                             do.
Lumber supplied	
Vote No. S5—Repairs to New Westminster Gaol.
Lumber supplied.
Vote No. 86.—Furniture for Convalescent Home, Victoria.
3,370 45
Appropriation in full	
Vote No. 87.—Furniture, Government Offices.
J McDowell  Making 2 tables, office stool, etc., for Printing Office	
H A Fox   1 bell for Minister of Finance's Office 	
J Wciler  Linoleum for Registrar-General's Office, chairs, etc., for sundry offices
Do       Carpet, matting, chairs, etc., Legislative Assembly	
Do       Carpet, and laying same, etc., Attorney-General's Office	
J Sehl  Office chairs, pitcher, etc., Registry Office	
Do     Table for Land Office, and repairing chair for Supreme Court	
W P Wilson  Iron box for Government Office, Cassiar	
R Pacey  Six chairs for Court House, Richfield	
J Knott   Labour fitting up   do. do.       12^ days (ti 86 ; 1 pair of butts 81
R Berry  do. do. do.        8*   ,, 5	
W T Milross  Staining and varnishing Court House, Richfield	
J Gordon  Repairing stove at Government Office, Laketon '.	
P Bergault  Freight on chairs from Quesnelle to Barkerville	
J Murray  Making desks, etc., for Court House,       do	
G Byrnes  One set of pigeon holes for Registrar's Court, Barkerville	
I B Nason  i Lumber for Court House, do. 	
J Clarke  One clock for Government Office at Yale	
J Smith I Duster and dust pan, Kamloops	
W Wilson 'Stove, coal scutt'e, etc., Government Office, Nanaimo 	
J H Pleace	
C E Redfern	
W Earl	
J G Bunte	
J Hilbert	
S L Kelly & Co	
D Spencer 	
W R Clarke	
D Griffith	
U Nelson	
U B Kelly	
J Finlavson	
Fell & Co	
Stove and pipe for Judge's room, do.
Repairing clock for central building, James' Pay	
Carpet, lounge, chairs, etc., for Judge's room & Govt. Office, Nanaimo
Chairs for Court House, New Westminster and Port Moody	
Office chairs for   do.       and Government Office, Nanaimo	
Stove drum, brackets, burners, etc., Govt. Offices, James' Bay	
Carpet, rug, etc., for centre Building	
Gas lamp for Supreme Court	
Repairing stove, Kootenay Office	
Lamp burners and chimney, Clinton Office	
One desk and book case for Count House, Port Moody	
Brooms for Govt. Offices, James' Bay	
Brooms, duster, etc., Supreme Court	
Carried forward.
10 oo
4 00
30 00
75
17 59
18 00
8 00
7 80
110 50
24 35
75
49 90
12 56
8 00
687 50
,,111 61
127 1
205 02
15 93
29 00
4 00
162 SO
72 94
107 00
23 50
26 50
12 50
27 00
76 00
40 00
25 50
4 00
■♦3 00
17 5C
3 00
8 40
8 00
1 50
30 24
23 75
5 00
119 87
22 60
26 0(
155 13
72 25
17 00
5 00
3 0!
40 0(
1 25
6 60
2,372 19
5 25
90 14
10,005 17
408 12
86 57
400 00
3,870 45} 1,239 63 13,393 44 48 Vic        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30tii June, 1884.
91
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
S   cts.
$   cts.
8   cts.
R W Fawcett	
J Stewart	
J Cunningham	
C G Major	
Hoy & Fry	
T Carrington	
G Robertson	
S L Kelly	
A Onderiionk	
J Sehl	
McKillican & Anderson
Mara & Wilson	
IT Nelson	
C G Major	
J G Bunte	
Hoy &Fry	
G P Kelly	
R T> Mather	
E Bray	
W Smith	
S L Kelly	
Jay & Co	
G Stelly	
E G Prior	
E Marvin	
J ACalbick	
"Columbian"	
Joseph, Indian	
J Thomas	
Hastings Saw Mill Co..
B H Wilson	
J Wintemute	
J Huntley	
GKelley	
E Desloire	
T Harper	
Pay List	
J Patterson	
I B Nason	
H Brown	
WB Schuyler	
Mason & Daley	
Hudson Bay Co	
London & Lancashire Co.
Brought fonoard	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Wtorks and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No. 87.—Furniture for Government Offices.—Concluded.
Laying carpet, putting up blinds, etc., Govt. Offices, James' Bay...
Gas shades, holders, burners, etc., for Supreme Court and Treasury
Labour, stove-pipe, elbow, etc., Court House, New Westminster ...
Lamps, pitchers, tumblers, etc.,        do. do.
Book case, hat and coat hooks, etc., Judges' room,     do.
Fire guard, etc., for Supreme Court	
Safe for Attorney-General's Office	
Repairing stove, etc., Supreme Court and Registry Office	
Freight on office chair, Yale to Port Hammond	
Chair for Yale Office $7.50; cushion for Treasury 82.50	
Fire screen and fitting castors to chairs, Supreme Court	
Chairs, hinges, etc., Kamloops Office 	
Window blinds and lock for Govt. Office, Lillooet	
Towels, tumblers, and lamp glasses for Court House, New Westminster
Book case and wash stand, do. do.
Book case and pigeon holes for Registry Office, do.
Benches for Court House, Port Moody	
Table cover for Govt. Office, Wild Horse Creek	
Gold scales for do.       Kicking Horse	
Vote No. 88.—Improvement of Government Reserves.
Assisting as caretaker of James' Bay Reserve, 3 months @ §10	
Repairing water pipes and sprinklers	
Ornamental shrubs and labour planting and pruning same	
Screening, hauling, and rolling gravel for grounds & removing rubbish
Tools, etc.. for use of Chain-gang on grounds   	
Vote No. 89.—Lock-up at Burrard Inlet
Pad-locks and door locks	
Construction of Lock-up at Granville, in full, £843; extra fencing $13.50
Advertising tenders for Granville Lock-up	
Assisting to put in drain on Go\rt. lot at Granville	
Removing Granville Lock-up and putting in drain	
Planks for drain	
Spikes for   do	
Repairing' Port Moody Lock-up and material supplied 	
Repairing fence and making gates for Port Moody Lock-up	
Two trestles for do. 	
Vote No. 89a.—Additions to Richfield Gaol, Cariboo, for Mesa-room.
Hauling logs, etc	
Lumber, logs, doors, etc	
Workmen employed 	
Labour, 3 days @ $4	
Lumber, shingles, nails, etc	
Labour, grading, etc., 5 days @ $3.50	
Ceiling, lining, and fitting up, 5 days @ $4   	
Lock, nails, etc	
Nails, etc	
Vote No. 90.—Insurance of Government Buildings.
Insurance on old School, New Westminster.
Do
do.
Do
do.
Do
do.
Imperial Insurance Co...
do.
Do
do.
Do
do.
Do
do.
Do
do.
Do
do.
Do
do.
Do
do.
Do
do.
Do
do.
Do
do.
Do
do.
Do
do.
Do
do.
Do
do.
Do
do.
Do
do.
Do
do.
Do
do.
Do
do.
Do
do.
South Saanich School ,
Royal Hospital, Victoria, and old Insane Asylum .
Insane Asylum, New AVcstminster	
Trenant School	
Clinton     do.
Yale do	
Esquimalt do	
Colwood    do	
New Westminster School   	
Sundry Schools	
Langley Prairie School	
South Cowichan   do	
East-South Saanich School	
Langley do	
Cache Creek Boarding School.
3,370 45
Victoria
Lillooet
Metchosin
Sumass
Burrard Inlet
Burgcvne Bay,
Salt Spring Island
South Cowichan
Comox
do.
do.
do.
do
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
1,239 63 13,393 44
11 95
49 25
6 87
11 12
63 75
2 0C
450 0C
17 75
1 OC
10 OC
8 75
11 50
10 oo
6 88
13 50
8 00
3 00
6 00
16 00
30 00
14 60
105 00
98 50
11 02
26 50
856 50
3 00
2 00
23 50
11 50
2 25
48 50
4 50
1 50
50 00
50 00
174 00
12 00
147 48
17 50
20 00
11 25
8 50
9 37
9 00
87 50
125 00
.7 00
10 50
12 25
13 12
7 00
31 25
40 25
7 00
- 3 50
8 75
10 50
75 00
100 00
12 25
8 75
7 00
10 50
5 25
5 25
3 50
7 00
1,945 95
259 62
979 75
490 73
Carried formrd.	
3,370 461       616 49:  17,069 49 92
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
9   cts.
8   cts.
cts.
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Works axd Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No. 00.—Insurance of Government Buildings.—Concluded.
Imperial Insurance Co..
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Commercial Union Co. .
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Liverpool,London& Globe
Phosnix Insurance Co.
Do
Do
Do
City of London Co	
N British & Mercantile
Do
Do
Do
Do
Guardian Insurance Co
Do
Northern Assurance Co
T Elliott	
J Miller	
N W Campbell
H Fry	
W Robson ....
J Mearns	
H Fry	
"Free Press"..
J Fletcher	
"Columbian" .
J E Murchison
J ACalbick...
R C Garner ...
N C.Johnson..
G Cavanagh...
D McGillivray.
E Condon	
Insurance on Gabriola Island School-house
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.
Sooke do.
Government Buildings, James' Bay	
Furniture and stock, do	
Stables and buildings, Government House ...
Government Office, New Westminster 	
Maple Ridge School	
Clover Valley   do	
Hope do	
Denman Island do	
Cowichan do	
Government Buildings at Yale	
Cedar Hill School	
Old High       do	
Victoria do	
Library    ...
Clinton Court House	
Government House, Victoria	
Court House, Richfield   	
James' Bay Ward School	
Government Buildings, James' Bay	
Chilliwhack School	
Wellington    do	
Nanaimo        do	
Cedar District and Wellington Schools	
Convalescent Home	
Nanaimo, Craigflower, and Victoria Schools.
Court House, New Westminster 	
Vote No. 01.—Public School, Lake District (construction).
Construction of School-house, as per contract	
Vote No. 02.—Public School, South Chilliwhack (construction).
Construction of School-house, as per contract	
Vote No. 03.—Public School, Chemainus (construction).
Construction of School-house, as per contract	
Superintending   do.        8284 @ 5per cent	
Vote No. Oi.—Public School, Mayne Island (construction).
Construction of School-house, as per contract	
Vote No. 90.—Public School, South Cowichan (construction).
Construction of School-house, as per contract	
Superintending    do	
Vote No. 96.—Public School, Gabriola Island (construction).
Advertising for tenders   	
Construction of School-house 8187 ; Teacher's desk and bench §10.50...
Vote No. 97.—Public School, Mud Bay, (construction).
Advertising for tenders	
Construction of School-house, as per contract .
Vote No. 98.—Public School, Burton's Prairie (construction).
Construction of School-house, as per contract	
Sinking well and building wood-shed  ■	
Lumber, nails, labour, etc., for fence	
Vote No. 100.—Public School, Nicola, near Palmer's (construction).
Construction of School-house (labour)	
Vote No. 101.—Public School, South Thompson (construction).
Construction of School-house, as per contract	
Vote No. 103.—Public School, Esquimalt (repairs).
Cleaning and levelling school ground, and whitewashing fence	
Carried forward ,
8,370 45 ,
2S4 00
14 70
350 00
17 50
616 49 17,069 49
5 25
11 25
90 75
91 00
43 75
30 00
13 12
8 75
7 00
4 37
7 00
77 60
15 75
10 00
60 00
10
75 00
90 00
125 00
15 00
110 00
11 37
13 12
31 25
14 00
22 50
156 43
90 00
6 00
550 00
630 00
41 00
86 30
59
460 00
298 70
200 00
367 50
556 CO
757 30
395 00
500 00
30 00
23,100 68 48 Vic.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
93
TO WHOM PAID.
FOB WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
9    ts
9  cts.
3,370 45
20 00
23,190 58
S L Kelly 	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Works axd Buildings.— Continued.
Vote No. 103.—Public School, Victoria (repairs).
25 25
63 71
205 72
62 00
G Stelly	
Vote No. 10U.—Public School, Wellington (repairs).
366 68
2 50
97 60
Vote No. 105.—Public School, Sumass (repairs).
100 00
82 00
10 00
W Chadsey	
Vote No. 106.—Public School, Chilliwhack (repairs).
92 00
78 50
31 00
Vote No. 101.—Public School, Neiv Westminster (completion).
Labour and material, as per contract, S720; making desks, etc., $176..
Vote No. 108.—Public School, South Saanich (repairs).
109 50
896 00
Hoy& Fry	
50 00
100 00
Vote No. 108a.—Public School, Cedar Hill (repairs).
150 00
W H Smith	
Vote No. 108b.—Public School, Priest's Valley, Okanagan.
100 00
T Levy 	
Vote No. 108d.—Public School, Maple Ridge (furniture).
HT Thrift	
Vote No. 108e.—Public School, Clover Valley.
20 00
25 00
W C Loye	
Vote No. 108f—Public School, Lytton (construction, re-vote).
45 00
174 75
103 36
2 00
97 02
4 50
2 00
41 42
264 57
37 30
11 00
34 74
21 50
1 00
1 00
75
39 37
do	
E Skuse	
Feed for team employed hauling lumber and doors from Tilton Creek
J S Place 	
H F Keefer	
Labour, 11J days @ §3.50	
Vote No. 108g.—Public School, West-South Saanich.
Clearing, ploughing, and sowing land around school, as per contract..
Painting Teacher's residence and fencing ground, as per agreement.
836 28
50 00
60 00
15 00
Do   •    	
Vote No. lOSh.—Repairs to Gaol at Lytton.
125 00
46 61
22 25
77 00
145 86
3,390 45
26,577 90 94
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
6   cts.
S   cts.
S   cts.
T Lee	
W Teain....
PThompsett
EPlante....
A Johnson..
J Murray...
W H Keary (Treasurer)..
J Graff	
"Evening Post".
"Colonist"	
"Columbian"...
Hoy & Fry	
M W Waitt & Co
J Kennedy	
P Collins	
CPNCo	
"Evening Post".
"Colonist"	
D F Adams	
H Cathcart.....
W Constantino..
A Townsend	
W P Sayward ..'.
J Jessop	
J Sehl	
S L Kelly	
E Davie	
J P Burgess	
Lettiee &, Sears	
Fellows & Prior	
Stewart & Braden	
J Stew-art	
R B McMicking	
R Ward & Co	
J Weiler	
Garesche, Green & Co ...
S LKellv&Co	
C E lied} orn	
J Stewart	
Fellows & Prior	
J P Burgess	
H Cathcart	
Smith & Clark	
HKing	
W Lukeman	
Gerow & Robertson	
Stewart & Braden	
DeWiederhold & Co	
Victoria Water Works...
Baker & Son	
D Lenevue	
J Fell & Co	
J Engelhardt Co	
Brought forward	
XII—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Concluded.
Vote No. 108i.—Lock-up at Spence's Bridge.
Logs for building	
Labour, 50.V days @ S3	
do.       8f   ,. 3 	
do.        8      ,, 3 	
Door, bars, staples, bolts, etc	
Nails, windows, doors, etc	
Vote No. 108j.—Royal Columbian Hospital, New West, (repairs).
Grant in aid	
Vote No. 108k.—Land Registry Office, Neio Westminster.
Copying plans and specifications in duplicate	
Advertising for tenders	
do. do	
do. do	
Construction of building, as per contract	
One set of Taylor's fire-proof vault doors	
Superintending construction, 3 per cent, on 81,787	
Drayage on vault doors, wharf to office   	
Freight and wharfage on vault doors 	
U6 Vic.,Chap. 37.—Ward School, and fencing Yates Street Extension.
Advertising notice to contractors ..  	
do. do	
Construction of building, James' B., ■$ contract.$l,375 ; extra 8SS.50....
Grading grounds, 13 days @ 82.50	
Material and labour for fencing south side of Yates St., School Reserve
Attending lires, drying school-house	
Lumber for walks, James' Bay Ward School	
12 benches and drayage for do. 	
30 school desks 8225; Teacher's desk, chairs, &c, 829.50, James' B. W. S
Stove, pipe, etc., and labour putting up same, do.
Government House, Victoria.
Vote No. 109.—Repairs to Building.
Repairing plaster ...
Sundry repairs	
Painting and glazing-
Nails
Repairing pump, tank, etc	
Sundry repairs, etc.) to cistern, water-pipe, and pump.
1 electric door bell and battery-	
Vote No. 110.—Furniture.
China, glass, crockery, etc	
Wall-paper, spring blinds, laying carpets, etc..
Charges on lamp shades from San Francisco..,
Repairing stove, etc	
Clock	
Repairing lamp	
Vote No. 111.—Fencing.
3 coils of galvanized w-ire fencing	
Material and repairs to fence, etc	
Labour, 4 days @ 82.50-, express hire 81.50.
Altering and repairing fence 	
Vote So. 112.—Water.
Horse for drawing w-ater cart	
Wages driving water cart, 1st July to 15th Sept., 1883, @ $40 per month
Repairing do	
Hose, pipe, etc	
Water  	
Water	
Hay, grain, etc., for horse  	
Hay, bran, etc.,      do	
Vote No. 113.—Fuel and Light.
Coal oil and candles.
Coal and wood	
Carried forward.
3,390 45
3,390 45
200 00
151 50
25 50
24 00
20 00
69 46
40 00
8 00
20 00
3 00
1,787 00
218 00
53 61
5 00
5 75
12 00
18 00
1,463 50
32 50
438 49
5 00
17 68
19 00
254 50
37 75
11 75
125 09
46 50
56
51 50
34 25
25 00
222 22
58 24
8 75
6 25
4 25
1 00
19
50 35
11 50
28 00
115 00
100 00
5 50
14 60
280 80
15 00
26 33
33 93
218 12
779 86
26,577 90
490 46
500 00
2,298 42
300 71
109 65
591 06
2,294 05 48 Vic.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
95
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
9   cts.
9  cts.
9  cts.
3,390 45
2,294 05
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Government House, Victoria.—Concluded.
Vote No. 11U.—Improving Grounds.
46 00
12 50
139 70
4 20
25 88
45 76
22 87
40 00
10 00
2 24
57 75
75
E G Prior	
P T Johnston	
Vote No. 115.—Gardener.
Gardener's wages, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884, @ 850 per
Vote No. 116.—Miscellaneous.
month
407 64
600 00
Fellows & Prior	
23 75
30 00
1 50
75
6 75
4 50
12 50
11 25
W A Franklin	
do	
EG Prior	
Marvin & Tilton	
One bell	
R T Williams	
H Short	
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.
Vote No. 117.—Victoria District.
Gravelling approach to long bridge, Burnside Road, horse & cart
, 2 days
9 00
36 00
28 00
14 37
6 00
20 00
26 25
18 75
35 75
58 75
61 25
7 00
36 00
15 00
108 00
7 75
11 25
17 50
22 50
3 33
465 50
145 00
133 75
83 00
736 25
61 00
147 25
62 25
200 00
386 75
67 25
342 12
297 62
450 50
306 37
189 00
136 00
100 00
66 00
96 00
108 00
125 87
57 62
16 00
63 75
14 20
3,391 69
Do        	
Do       	
do.       Topaz Avenue and Point Ellice Bridge with horse and cart
Macadamizing Gorge Road,                                                5J days @ $2.50
Gravelling approach to Long Bridge,                              2     ,,          2.50
Repairs to Burgess' Road,                                              8     ,,          2.50
Repairs to Topaze Avenue and gravelling approach to
Point Ellice Bridge,                                                    10J   „           2.50
Gravelling East Saanich Road,                                           7^   ,,           2.50
Team hauling gravel on East Road between Mount
Newton and Cross-road at School House,                6£   ,,          5.50
Labour on East Road, North Saanich,                            23.V   ,,           2.50
do.               do.                   do.                                         24^   ,,           2.50
Do        	
Do        	
D John	
C Wales	
Surveying line of road at South Saanich,                         6     ,,
Macadamizing Gorge Road,                                                6     ,,
Superintending repairs on East Saanich Road,   from
Simpson's to Ryan's,                                              27     ,,
6
2.50
4
C Usher	
Gate keeper at gravel pit, "                                                 9     ,,
Blasting and removing rock at wharf, North Saanich,   7     ,,
Repairing Saanich Road, near VanAllman's,                    9     ,,
Repairing Gorge Road,                                                        1£   ,,
1.25
2.50
2.50
2.50
B H Smith	
C Usher	
Do        	
Do        	
Do        	
Do        	
Do        	
Do        	
Do        	
Do        	
Do        	
do.              do.     road between Swan Lake and City boundary ....
Do        	
Do        	
Do        	
Do        	
Do        	
Do        	
Foreman on new Gorge Road,                                            34 days
Constructing sleigh road through Sections 82 and 83, Saanich
Repairing East Saanich Road, with team,                         11 days
Hauling rock,       do.                     do.                                16   ,,
Repairing              do.                     do.                                18   ,,
Hauling gravel, North Saanich Road, 21T d. @ $5.50, and 2 J   „
do.                       do.               loj „       5.50,         *   „
Labour on East Saanich Road,                                           6"    ,,
Labour on Shoal Bay Wharf,                                           25k   „
@$4
J A Heal	
T Mitchell	
@$6
6
6
2.60
2.50
2.60
2.50
W Page	
3,390 45
5,377 50 Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE,
Arrears,
9   cts.
S  cts.
J Baker	
J Banks	
0 Johnson	
J W Brethour....
J McRae	
H F Ferguson	
J Brethour	
J Fox	
J Henderson	
J S Revnard	
R Clifford	
W Buchanan....
A Anderson	
H Ferguson	
C Weir	
J Otto	
D Mclsaac	
W Clark	
W R Armstrong.
W Avons 	
W Williams	
M Finnerty	
W Glover	
H Russell	
"Evening Post".
"Colonist"	
P Bartleman	
NLeClair	
L Duval	
W Sills	
WHeal	
Fellow-s & Prior.
W P Sayward ...
W Williams	
R Crawford	
W Sills	
WPage	
G Nicholson	
P Miller	
W McCulloch ...
W Harvey	
T Lindsay	
L Duval	
J W Bradbury ..
J Bryden	
W Collins	
M VanAllman...
G Simpson	
J Govette	
Do    	
A Lowe	
W Johnson 	
W Sills	
J Mitchell	
J Brethour	
C Wales	
W Thompson ...
Do
Mrs Calvert	
L Duval	
Victoria Transfer Co.,
J Mitchell	
A Todd	
Str W G Hunt	
P Miller	
W Avons 	
GRT Baker	
Fellows & Prior	
W Sills	
GH Baker	
II King	
M Walton	
McKenzie & Meston .
WSGore	
P Lyres	
W Steinberger	
G Francis	
W J Sutton	
H Cathcart	
Brought fonoard	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 117.—Victoria District.—Continued.
Labour gravelling Gordon Head Road, as per contract	
Labour repairing approaches to Cemetery bridge, Ross Bay
do. cross road at MoTavish's, 1£ days @ 82.50
do. do. do.   team, 4 d. @S5.50, 1
do. do.   and West Saanich Road,     20
do. West Road, Mount Newton, 8
Foreman on West Saanich and Cross roads,
Labour,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Foreman
do.
do.
do.
repairing bridges,
do,
do.
with cart, 11 d.
iii
> 84, &   1
and Mount Newton,
do. do.
do. do.
West Saanich and Mount Newton Roads,
do. do.
repairing Saanich Wharf,
do. do.
do. do. 	
do. do.       piles 857.60,
7
2i
6*
28
2.50
3
2.50
4
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.25
2.25
29
2.50
6
2.50
2.50
Board for men working on North Saanich Wharf
Labour on West Road, Mount Newton, 12
do.   with team gravelling McTavish's Cross Road, 1 day-
do. do, Cadboro Bay Road, 7
do.   grading road near Henley's, 5
do.             do.                    do.                                     5
Advertising for tenders, Cadboro Bay Road	
do. do. do. 	
Sharpening picks, etc., do. 	
Grading and gravelling do. in full of contract No. 20..
Repairs to Saanich Road, with team, 18| days @ 86
do. do. do. 19|   „ 6
Repairing East Saanich Road, with team, 14     ,, 6
Tools and blasting powder for road repairs  	
Lumber for repairs to Swan Lake, Gorge, Craigflower, & Burnside bridges
Labour on West Road, N. Saanich, team, 9 d. @ 85.50 & 7 days @ $2.50
do. cross road at school, W. do. team, 10 ,,       5.50 & 4   ,
Labour with team, road between Swan Lake & Royal O., 26   '.
do.   on cross road at School-house, West Saanich,     16   ,
do.   with team, road between Swan Lake & Royal O., 26
do.    on road between do. do.      5
do. on West road to McTavish's cross road, N. Saanich, 6
do. do. do. do.       6
Labour with team on road from Royal Oak to Stevens,   9£
do.              do.                             do.                  do.           1
do.   cutting out trees on West Saanich Road	
2.50
6
2.50
6
2.50
2.50
2.50
6
6
5
5
11
0i
2.50
2.50
1
6
6
12
19
12
1H
4
23
2.50
6
6
4
2.50
6
6
5.50
6
do.    East-North Saanich, approach to wharf,
do.   on West-North Saanich Road,
Watching gate at gravel pit,
Labour with team, Saanich Road,
do. repairing East Saanich Road,
do. do.     West do.
Labour repairing Beechy Bay trail, as per agreement
do. Gorge and Craigflower Roads,
do. Saanich Road, near Swan Lake, team, 26
do. Telegraph Road, with team, 10
Foreman, repairing West Saanich and Cross Roads,
Labour,        do. do. do.
do. do. do. do. team,
do. do.      Telegraph Road, with team,
do. do.       Gorge Road, with team,
Labour, repairing Saanich Road, between Swan Lake
and City boundary, with team, 21   ,,
Horse and buggy hire for Surveyor-General inspecting roads
Labour, with team, repairing Telegraph Road, 4   ,,
Gravelling Cadboro Bay Road, 2   ,, 5.50
Passage for men repairing Saanich Wharf, and freight on same...
Labour repairing Burnside Road, 1^ days	
do.   gravelling McTavish's cross road	
do.    hauling timber for bridges on West Road, with team	
Sundry tools, rope, nails, etc., for road party   ...
Labour repairing Lindsay's cross road, with team, 19£ days @ $6.
do. Craigflower Bridge, furnishing and driving piles
Grading and gravelling Mount Tolmie Cross Road	
Construction of Bear Valley Road	
Repairing road tools, etc	
Travelling allowance inspecting and laying out road work, 6 days @ 84
Repairing Burnside Road, with team, 3£
do.       Brown's Cross Road, with team, 2   ,, 6
Team to North Saanich for Surveyor-General 	
Lumber for Saanich Wharf	
Raking in gravel and filling ruts on Cadboro Bay Road
Carried fonoard.
i 45
3,390 45
5,377 50
659 00
2 50
3 75
27 25
60 00
20 00
88 00
28 12
46 50
17 60
6 62
13 75
15 00
20 00
63 00
63 00
62 25
173 60
121 00
30 00
5.50
42 00
12 50
12 50
6 00
9 00
9 00
480 00
112 50
117 00
84 00
192 06
13 55
67 00
65 00
156 00
40 00
156 00
12 50
15 00
15 00
57 00
6 00
5 00
15 00
10 00
5 00
30 00
66 00
67 00
20 00
30 00
156 00
60 00
76 00
30 00
69 00
24 00
126 50
126 00
10 60
24 00
5 00
51 50
3 75
2 60
4 25
153 26
117 00
147 00
150 00
60 00
60 87
24 00
21 00
12 00
10 00
67 20
10 00
10,401 78 48 Vic.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1881.
97
TO WHOM PAID,
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
8   cts.
S   cts.
3,390 45
10,401 78
8 00
24 00
24 75
18 CO
2 50
12 60
8 00
75 00
6 00
2 00
5 75
33 00
2 50
8 75
10 62
10 00
20 00
2 50
134 50
12 00
27 50
18 12
23 75
22 50
5 00
36 00
20 00
20 00
11 00
19 60
15 00
20 00
2 00
5 00
43 00
9 50
10 00
55 00
18 75
18 75
23 75
3 25
100 00
52 50
8 75
7 50
52 50
60 00
27 50
7 50
26 00
23 75
1 50
XII.—PUBLIC WOEKB.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 117.— Victoria District—Concluded.
Repairing Saanich Road and inspecting work,                   2 days @ $4
do.       Brown's Cross Road, with team,                      4   ,,           6
do.       Gorge Road, with team,                                    4£ ,,           5.50
Team hire on   do.                                                                3   ,,           6
G Stelly	
Ditching on East Saanich Road, near Shoal Bay,             Sh days @ §2.50
do.                     do.                                do.                  4J   „           2.50
do.                       do.                                   do.                    5      ,,            2
do.                       do.                                   do.                   8     „            2.50
do.                       do.                                   do.                   1      „            2.50
F Smyth	
H Gouch	
Team hire,                                                                            2     ,,           0
Ditching on West Saanich Road,                                       71   ,,           2 50
do.        East              do.       and putting in culvert, 9£   ,,           2.50
Cleaning ditches and building wall to protect road,       9     ,,           2.50
Buggy hire for Mr. Leech to South Saanich, establishing line of road ..
Repairing approaches to bridges and culverts on East Road, and cutting
Digging ditch and putting in culverts on East Road, team hire, W. road
do.                             do.                             do.             8 days @ $2.50
do.                             do.                             do.             5£ „           2
Labour on Brown's Cross Road,                                         13   „           1.50
do.                         do.                                                    10   „           1.50
do.                         do.                                                      8   „           2.50
Conveying Mr. Ralph, C. E., and W. Snyder from Victoria to Steven's .
Marking out line of road, 4£ days @ $4; repairing culverts, Cedar H. $25
Board & lodging for W. Ralph,'7 d. @ SI; conveying W. Ralph to Vict.
Repairing culvert on Cadboro Bay Road,                           4 days @ 82.50
Surveying West Saanich Waggon Road, (stationery $1)   9   „           6
Labour on Brown's Cross Road,                                          7^ ,,           2.50
do.                     do.                                                         7£ „           2.50
do.                     do.                                                         9| „           2.50
W H Snyder	
W Ralph	
Labour on Brown's Cross Road (foreman)                        25   ,,           4
do.                         do.                                                    21   „           2.50
do.                         do.                                                      3J „           2.50
do.                           do.                                                          3    „            2.50
do.                           do.                                                        21    ,,            2.50
do.                           do.                                                        24    „           2.50
do.                           do.                                                        11    „           2.50
do.                           do.                                                          3    „            2.50
do.                         do.           removing fences, as per agreement	
do.                         do.                                                      9J „           2.50
C C Dupont	
I Herd	
Vote No. 118.—Victoria and Esquimalt District Bridge Repairs.
11,617 02
2 50
400 00
11 00
686 50
Advertising for tenders Craigflower Bridge, and bridge closed 	
Repairs to                                 do.             portion of Contract No. 14..
Vote No. 119.—Esquimalt District.
G H Baker	
1,000 00
7 50
SO 00
6 00
12 60
6 00
35 75
36 55
22 50
23 75
15 00
12 00
5 00
24 00
35 00
35 00
38 75
30 62
Examining and marking out line of road at Sooke,          5 days @ 9G
Canoe hire for Mr. Leech,                                                     3   „           2
F T Child	
A S White	
Labour blazing line of road at Sooke with do.                  3   ,,           2
Repairs to Rocky Point road,                                            14J „           2.60
Labour repairing Esquimalt Road,                                   9   ,,          2.50
do.                             do.                                                  9J „           2.50
R Glenn	
W S Gore 	
Travelling allowance inspecting and laying out work,     3   ,,          4
Hauling lumber for repairs to culverts on Esquimalt Road, three loads
Labour repairing Metchosin Road, with team,                  4 days @ 86
Repairs to Beechy Bay Trail,                                             14   ,,           2.50
do.                     do.                                                       14   „           2.50
do.                     do.                                                       15| ,.           2.50
Repairs to Metchosin Road, near Parson's Bridge,        12J ,,          2.50
W Williams	
W Miller	
3,390 45
375 92
12,617 02 98
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
S   cts.
8   cts.
S   cts.
Pay Sheet	
Do        	
Do       	
Do        	
W Atwood	
Do        	
Do       	
G Simms	
Victoria Transfer Co..
"Evening Post"	
Mrs Calvert	
GBovell	
G Francis	
W Alexander	
D Nicholson   	
S Leary	
J Delaney	
J Scoble	
Borde & Morley	
W Williams	
J Otto	
Mrs Calvert	
W Witty	
G F Hawkins	
G Brown	
J Walker	
MW Walsh	
W Atwood	
G Fisher	
J Sullivan	
J Haggerty	
W Calvert	
W J Wale	
C Forman	
"Colonist"	
E S Field	
FT Child	
D Mclsaac	
W darker	
J Poinie, Jr	
J Poinie	
M Launders	
C Forman	
WWitty	
Mrs Calvert	
J S Gordon	
M Muir	
Muir Bros	
S Morrow	
D Nagle	
J Brown	
Fellows & Prior	
Do	
GH Baker....,	
L Young	
WB Charters	
J J Austin	
J Crowther	
WSGore	
Victoria Transfer Co..
A Borde	
W Hunt	
S Morrow	
W Phillips	
J Barnes	
C Forman	
R Copeland	
R Graham	
Do      	
Victoria Transfer Co.
Mrs Calvert	
Albion Iron Works...
H Cathcart	
D Anderson	
W Fisher	
J Miller	
J Stewart	
WP Sayward	
A Weir	
D F Adams	
Brought fonoard	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 119.—Esquimalt District—Continued.
Foreman and labourers repairing Rocky Point Road, July	
Labourers repairing Beechy Bay Trail and Metchosin Road	
do.     grading Admiral's Road   	
do. do.       and repairing Esquimalt Road   	
Repairing Rocky Point Road, with team, 23 days @ £6
do.    Beechy Bay and Metchosin Road, with team, 22   ,, 6
do.    Metchosin Road with horse and cart, 5   ,, 4
do. do. do. 5   „ 4
Horse and buggy for Surveyor-General to Happy Valley, 1 day	
Advertising for tenders Happy Valley Road	
Repairs to Metchosin Road, with team $Q, 29J days @ §6
Repairing do. near Church, 12     ,, 2.50
Team hire for Surveyor-General
;■ and
j ravelling
do.
do.
do.
Metchosin Road,
do.
do.
do.
18
18
25£
254
Grading
do.
do.
do.
do. do. betw'n Parson's B. & Craigflower, 34^
Sharpening tools	
Repairing Metchosin Road, use of drills	
Repairs to Sooke River Bridge, ll£
do.       Metchosin Road, with team, 3£
do. do. do. 12f
Repairing Millstream Road, as per agreement	
Cutting out trail at Beechy Bay	
Repairing Metchosin Road, 4£
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.25
6
6
do. do.
do. do.
Cook to road party, do.
Repairing do.
do. do.
with team,
284
29
284
2.50
2.50
6
2.50
2.50
4
Foreman,                              29     „
Repairing Happy Valley Road, as per contract	
do.       Millstream Road, as per agreement	
do.       Metchosin Road and bridge on Happy Valley Road
Advertising for repairs to Craigflower & Happy Valley R. & bridge closed
Cutting timber out of Nelson Creek, 10 days @ §2.50
Conveying screw-jacks to Sooke Bridge	
163
14$
284
30
2
5!
2.50
4
2
2.50
2.50
2.50
5.50
6
Repairing Sooke River Bridge,
do. do.    Foreman, freight on tools 50cts., 19,f
do. do. 6|
do. do.   with oxen, 44 days @ §2,
Repairing Metchosin Road,
do. do.   horse and cart 3 d. @ §2.50,
Gravelling do.    with team,
do. do. do.
Labour cutting out trail, Sooke Bay, as per agreement
Passages and meals for workmen, and freight on tools, Sooke Bridge
Lumber for repairs to Sooke Bridge	
Superintending road work in district 57 d @ $4; horse & cart 26£ d. @:
Labour repairing Metchosin Road, i\ days @ §2.50
Gravelling Metchosin Road, & grading Pearce's Road, 54£   ,, 2.50
Nails, axes, white-lead, etc., for repairs to Sooke Bridge	
Sundry tools for road work in district	
Repairing- Craigflower Bridge, balance in full of Contract No, 14 ....
Cutting out trail south side of Sooke Bay	
Board for W. Clarke and party, repairing Sooke Bridge   	
Superintending contract for repairing Craigflower Bridge 	
Painting notice board for Sooke and Metchosin Roads	
Travelling allowance while inspecting roads and bridges, 2 days @ §4
Horse and buggy hire for Surveyor-General	
Sharpening picks and road tools
Repairing Albert Head Road, as per agreement	
Use of horse and cart gravelling Admiral's Road, 74. days @ §2
Labour repairing Sooke Road between Cogan's & Muir's, per agreement
Gravelling Esquimalt Road, with horse and cart, 28 days @ $4.50
Repairing Battersby's Road, as per agreement, and cleaning out ditches
on Rocky Point Road	
Grading & gravelling Esquimalt Road, with horse & cart, 42 days @ 64.50
Repairing planking of Parson's Bridge	
Gravelling Metchosin Road, near do.   with team, 17   ,, 6
Horse hire for messenger with letter to road foreman 	
Team hire gravelling Admiral's Road, 9^ ,, 6
Two jack-screws and steel bars, repairs to Sooke Bridge 	
Making culvert, ditching, etc., Esquimalt Road, 7   ,, 2.50
Labour repairing bridge on Sooke Road, 2   ,, 2.50
Compensation, damage to property through removal of gravel, Metchosin
Sharpening and repairing tools, Esquimalt Road	
Putting in plank on bridge, Highland District	
Lumber for culverts on Esquimalt Road	
Making culvert on Metchosin Road	
Repairing Gorge Bridge	
Carried forward       3,390 45
3,390 45
375 '
436 62
513 00
203 50
363 75
138 00
132 00
20 00
20 00
5 00
6 00
178 50
30 00
20 00
46 00
45 00
63 75
63 75
86 25
24 12
2 50
25 30
21 00
75 00
25 00
25 00
11 25
71 25
174 00
71 25
71 25
116 00
425 00
50 00
53 00
27 00
25 00
4 00
44 43
79 50
12 50
45 35
71 25
82 50
11 00
34 50
60 00
15 50
69 20
280 50
10 62
136 25
12 25
40 71
242 50
50 00
41 50
10 00
3 00
8 00
8 0C
12 50
30 00
15 00
202 50
126 00
85 00
189 00
6 0C
102 00
2 50
57 00
37 5C
17 5C
5 0C
10 OC
20 60
2 0C
8 08
13 00
16 00
12,617 02
6,368 10    12,617 02 48 Vic.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
99
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
9   cts.
9   cts.
8   cts.
3,390 45
6,368 10
20 25
60 00
20 00
4 50
8 00
12 00
12 50
10 50
15 00
13 00
45 00
47 50
54 00
40 00
4 00
2 50
86 87
63 75
76 87
6 00
45 00
12,617 02
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 119.—Esquimalt District. —Concluded.
Repairing culverts on Esquimalt Road, with horse & cart,4£ days @ §4.50
Repairing culverts on Craigflower and Gorge Road, horse & cart, 1 day
Do        	
Use of horse and cart, Esquimalt District,                         3 days @ 9i
Repairs to Goldstream Road,                                               5   ,,           2.50
Horse and buggy for Superintendent Nicholson,              3   ,,           3.50
Repairs and alterations to Sooke Road, at Naylor's Hill, 3   ,,           5
C Brayfleld	
Labour gravelling Esquimalt Road,                                  18   ,,           2.50
do.                                do.                                            19   „           2.50
do.                                do.        with horse and cart, 13£ ,,           4
do.                                do.                                             16   „           2.50
Repairs to Goldstream Road, near Langford Lake,        34| ,,          2.50
do.                      do.                             do.                     2H ,,           2.50
do.                     do.                             do.                     30j „           2.50
E Vine	
Foreman, gravelling Esquimalt Road,                              10   ,,           4.50
Vote No. 120.—Cowichan District.
Labour repairing road,                                                          8 days @ §2.50
7,015 34
20 00
7 87
35 00
20 62
10 00
42 00
1 75
4 00
5 00
3,295 23
51 50
63 71
5 00
3 75
5 50
6 25
23 50
88 CO
12 50
3 60
19 50
40 50
84 CO
88 00
20 00
7 60
10 00
6 00
15 90
4 00
8 00
2 50
16 80
40 00
7 60
2 75
107 00
138 00
70 00
475 00
80 14
262 60
6 00
3 60
125 00
172 00
9 00
38 50
6 0C
15 00
6 00
4 00
3 25
25 0C.
25 00
Provisions supplied W. Clarke and party repairing Vesuvius Bay wharf
Do
Surveying road,                                                                     7 days @ 86
W A Franklin	
Str Wilson G Hunt	
Do         	
Labour blazing line of road, wharf to near Marshall's, j 1\ days @ §2.00
do.    assisting Mr Leech, do.                  do                     2|   „          1.50
do.                  do.                do.               canoe hire 50,   2£   ,,          2
G B Ordano	
Gravelling road, with team,                                            22 days @ §4
Labour on trunk road to Cowichan and Quamichan,         5   ,,          2.50
Gravelling road, with horse and cart,                                  1   ,,          3.50
do.            with team, 2 days @ §3.50,                       5   „          2.50
Telegram .50; horse horse hire inspecting roads,            16   ,,          2.50
Labour w-ith team,                                                               21   „          4
do.           do.                                                                      22   „          4
Travelling allowance, locating rds., Mayne, S.S. Isd. &c. 5   ,,          4
Boat hire for Chief Commissioner,                                    3   „         2.50
Hire of team,                                                                          5   ,,          2
A Blythe	
G Crate	
H Fuller	
H Fry	
Hon W Smithe, CCL&W
GKier	
A Blythe	
Labour repairing bridges and culverts,                               6   ,,          2.50
W S Gore	
Travelling allow-ance inspecting roads,                                2   ,,          4
G Winter	
W Sutton	
Hon W Smithe.C C L & W
Do	
C Fletcher	
Travelling allowance, inspecting roads, sundry times,    10   ,,          4
Horse hire,                          do.                     do.               3   ,,         2.50
Labour, with team,                                                              26| ,,          4
do.                                                                            84j „          4
do.                                                                       174 „         *
T P Windsor	
E G Prior	
HFry	
Commission on disbursements,                                               §5,250 @ 5 %
G Kier	
H Fuller	
Labour, with horse and cart, gravelling road,                  11 days @ §3.50
Labour on Chemainus Bridge,                                              2   ,,          2.50
Labour gravelling road,                                                    6   ,,         2.50
Labour on Chemainus Bridge,                                              2   ,,          2.50
Do     	
Do                	
C P N Co	
Cutting out timber and repairing bridges,                      10   ,,         2.50
Labour, with team,                                                           6J „         4
3,390 45
5,634 62
19,632 36 100
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
S   cts.
$   cts.
G Lewis	
LHall	
E Marriner	
NW Campbell.
A Blvthe 	
W C Brown
C King	
J J Jenkins
EG Prior	
D Holmes	
C Ryan 	
W J Sutton ...
D Holmes	
G Lewis	
G Jones 	
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 120,—Cotvichan District—Concluded.
8| days @ 84
J Gosnell	
J Gilmore	
P Cunningham.
A Campbell....
W Ralph	
"Evening Post"
"Colonist"	
HFry	
Hon W Smithe, C C L & W
G Waugh	
Pay Lists	
J Nicholson	
W Tierney	
Victoria Transfer Co	
W Hassard	
W G Bowman	
WS Gore	
A Gilmore	
Do      	
J Parker	
Marvin & Tilton	
R Brown	
J Cairns	
J C Sparrow	
J Maxwell	
W Williams	
T Trage 	
J P Booth	
W Smith	
Str Wilson G Hunt.
H Shore	
A Gwynne	
B Burnley	
E Harrison	
J Norton	
D Fredison	
T Monroe	
Mrs Deacon	
W Rogers	
J T Howard	
W T Collinson	
CPNCo	
G Hargreaves	
ABuckner	
H Sampson	
Pay Lists	
"Evening Post"	
J Akerman	
J Heck	
G Stelly	
W Clarke	
Do      	
M Ireland	
W J Clark, Jr	
C Olsan	
J Miller	
CPNCo	
Labour, with team,
Cutting out and making new road near Chemainus .
Hauling gravel, 3* days @ 86; grading, &c,   2
Labour gravelling road in Chemainus	
Construction of new road from Tarlton's, as per contract 	
Gravelling road, &c, as per contract	
Labour on Trunk Road near Long Bridge, 12   ,, 2
Cutting- out trees on road, If ,, 2
Tar, spikes, and iron for Cowichan Wharf and Kokasailah Bridge	
Cedar planks for culvert near Jaynes'	
Making and repairing bolts and rods for bridge 	
Lumber and bolts for Beach Road	
Lumber for Kokasailah Bridge 	
Labour with team 	
Surveying road with H. Fry, Shawnigan to Sooke, 3 days @ §3
Vote No. 121.— Victoria and Nanaimo Trunk Road.
Provisions for W. Ralph and party, surveying line of road 	
Meals, bed, team, &e.,       do. do. 	
Labour, assisting surveyor, 17 davs @ 82.50
do.              do.                                                                17   „'          2.50
Stationery, &c., $2; surveying road,                                  25   ,,          G
Notice to road contractors and extension of time	
do. do. do. 	
Surveying in Shawnigan to connect with Goldstream road, and waggon
hire, 3 days @ 87.50	
Travelling allowance inspecting road, 1 day	
On account of contract for construction of Section 1	
Labourers on account of G. Waugh's contract	
Superintendent of construction, 8th May to 30th Sept. @ $1C0 $ month
Meals and bed for J. Nicholson inspecting roads	
Horse and buggy for Surveyor-General inspecting road 	
Taking message to Superintendent, including horse hire    	
Carriage hire for Chief Commissioner, inspecting road	
Travelling allowance, do. 	
Board for J. Nicholson	
Potatoes for road party, on account of Waugh's contract	
Meat and vegetables do. do. do. 	
Sundry road tools, powder, &c	
3,390 45
Vote No. 122.—Salt Spring Island and Islands at Plumper Pass.
Repairing Burgoyne Bay Road,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
ox team, 14 days @ §1.50:
foreman,
Salt Spring Island Road, with ox team,
do.
15* days @ 82
16      „ 2
5      „ 2
1G£    „ 2
19*    ,, 2
21"    „ 4
Passage for Chief Commissioner to Salt Spring Island and return.
10* days
10
5
Labour on road at Upper Settlement, do.
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
do. oxen, 6 days @ 81, 6|   ,, 2
do. 8|   „ 2
do. 9£   „ 2
Board and lodging for G. Hargreaves, laying out road, Mayne Island ..
Passage and meal for do. do. do.
Stage fare and baggage, do. Esquimalt to Victoria	
Ferrying do. Str. "R. Dunsmuir" to Mayne I
Passage do. Victoria to Mayne Island	
Laying out road and wharf, Active Pass, 5 days @ 810; sketches, 810 ..
Labour on road, 10 days @ 82
do. 3   ,, 2
Workmen on Salt Spring Island Roads   	
Advertising for tenders, Salt Spring Island Wharf	
Meals and beds for 3 men, do. 18 days	
Cutting out line of road on Mayne Island  .' 	
Hauling pile-driver to Spratt's wharf	
Construction of Burgoyne Bay wharf (fordman) 19* days @ 84
Passage and freight, &c. do.	
Labour on wharf, do. 18     ,, 2
do. do. 19     „ 2
do. do. 17     „ 2.50
do. do. 16     „ 2.50
Passage for Chief Commissioner W. Clarke and men to Burgoyne Bav
and freight '
LEGISLATIVE
Library,
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Carried forward I.    3 390 45
5,634 62    19,632 36
35 00
18 00
25 00
90 00
ISO 00
138 00
24 00
3 60
25 46
5 28
14 60
8 25
107 96
4 60
9 00
23 03
29 50
42 50
42 50
152 00
10 00
li) 30
22 50
4 00
2,700 00
4,684 24
475 00
5 25
5 00
7 5C
7 5C
4 0C
49 00
10 37
740 4C
120 63
31 00
53 00
10 00
33 00
39 00
84 00
9 00
6 00
4 00
21 00
20 00
10 00
10 00
19 50
17 00
19 00
6 00
2 50
2 60
2 50
6 00
CO 00
20 00
6 00
321 25
6 00
38 67
12 50
4 CO
78 00
13 50
36 00
38 00
42 60
40 00
27 60
6,323 07
1,154 22
1,152 82 35,1C9 65 48 Vic. Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
101
TO WHOM PAID.
EG Prior	
Murchison & Chapham ..
G Stelly	
W P Sayward	
A McLennan	
H Morris	
W Millington	
CPNCo	
H Spikerman	
Hon WSmithe,CCL&W
BHSmith	
PaySheets	
J Ganner	
J Marwick	
H McAdie	
Hill & Dolan	
"Free Press"	
Peter, Indian	
JMcGuffle	
J Ganner	
J Marwick	
W LeBallister	
T Penny	
J Beaven 	
W LeBallister	
Do        	
J Marwick	
J Hill	
Do   	
Peter, Indian	
J Davis	
P Dolan	
C York	
E Hill	
D Evans	
A Galloway	
J Holden	
R Chippie	
P. Brown	
J W Penberthy ...
J Hamilton	
Charley, Indian...
A Mayer & Co	
R Brown	
J Harvey	
J Trumper	
J H Pleace	
W Wilson	
W L LeBallister...
Do
Vancouver Coal Co
"FreePrcjs"	
L Stark	
T D Conway	
J O'Brian	
J Ganner	
J Marwick	
J Beaven 	
D Westwood	
R Craig	
Renwick & Co	
M Halloran	
J Richardson	
T D.Jones & Co ...
Hill & Dolan	
R Grant	
Pay Sheets
H. Hurst.. .
N Batis....
P Lend ior«
A Bruje ...
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
9   cts.
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 122.—Salt Spring Island and Islands at Plumper 1
Concluded.
Iron, nails, and bolts for Burgoyne Bay wharf	
Construction of road on Galiano Island  	
Drayage on pile-driver	
Plank for Burgoyne Bay wharf	
Cutting out trees near do. 	
Examining and reporting on Mayne Island road	
Construction of do. 	
Passage of Chief Commissioner	
Boat hire for do. 3 days @ $2.50	
Travelling allowance, 4 days, inspecting work	
Labour on roads in Burgoyne Bay 	
Vote No. 123.—Nanaimo District.
i te tti
Foreman and labourers on district road repairs  	
Team hire hauling gravel, 15£ day
do.                  do.                                                                 Si   „ 6
Constructing bridge across Millstream, Wellington road, per contract
Making 1,060 yards of road in Cedar district,                                do.
Advertising tenders for Millstream bridge and Cedar district roads ..
Canoe hire for Govt. Agent to Gabriola Island, inspecting wharf	
do. from do. to Nanaimo	
Team hire hauling gravel on Wellington road, 9§ days @ !
do. do. do. 9   ,,
do. do. do. 6   ,,
Conveying Govt. Agent to Gabriola Island, to select site for wharf
9.V davs (
2"    „"
n „
3
12}
Team hire hauling gravel on roads,
do. Wellington road,
Buggy hire for Road Superintendent and Govt. Agent
Team hire hauling gravel on Wellington road,
Hauling timber for 17-mile bridge, Victoria road,
Hauling gravel, with horse and cart, do.
Canoe hire for Govt. Agent and Road Supt. to Nanoose Bay
Moving camp	
Hauling gravel, with horse and cart, 2   ,,
Contract for repairing road and corduroy near Holden's   	
Labour with ox team and waggon, 1 day	
Cutting out fallen timber from Qualicum to Alberni, per contract
Blasting powder	
Repairing road tools	
Wharf at Gabriola Island, as per contract	
Team hire hauling gravel, 3 days @ 86
Powder and fuse	
Horse hire for Superintendent Price, 2   ,, 2
Canoe hire for Govt. Agent to Gabriola Island & return, insp'tg wharf .
Sundry tools for road party	
Team hire hauling grave], 13   ,, 6
Axes	
175 feet wire rope, Nanaimo River Bridge	
2 wheelbarrows   	
Powder can   	
Team hire hauling gravel  	
Horse and buggy hire for Govt. Agent and Supt. Price, sundry times
Powder and fuse	
Advertising tenders for Gabriola wharf and Cedar and Nanoose roads
Moving road camp, 1 day with oxen	
Cutting out fallen timber on main road	
Hauling gravel on Wellington road, 28;Vdays@§6
do.
do.
do.
do.
Sharpenin
do.
Labour shovellin;
Moving camp	
Cutting out timber on Victoria road and repairing bridge
Work on Victoria road in Cedar district, as per contract .
Work on section 1, Nanoose road, do.
do. 17
do. 10
do. 19}
do. 10} days @ $6 and   7£
road tools   ". .".
do	
snow off Nanaimo River Bridge, 8
Vote 12U—-Comox District,
Foreman and labourers on road repairs
Labour on Comox wharf,
do.     do.
do.     do.
do.     do.
i days @ £2.50
„    2.50
I i,    2.50
r „    2.50
Carried forward.
1,152 82 35,109 65
15 95
100 00
3 00
32 81
5 00
5 00
125 00
4 00
7 50
16 50
50 00
5,322 97
93 00
21 00
480 00
424 00
5 00
2 00
2 00
58 00
54 00
36 00
10 00
57 00
12 00
16 00
7 50
15 00
49 00
1 00
5 00
8 00
70 00
5 00
50 00
1 00
11 00
356 00
18 00
2 00
4 00
2 00
13 35
78 00
4 00
5 00
10 00
75
106 00
128 40
7 62
7 50
5 00
20 00
171 00
102 00
60 00
115 50
114 00
1 87
36 75
20 00
2 50
20 00
619 65
156 00
1,662 12
14 37
22 50
13 12
23 12
3,390 461 1,725 23
1,517
8,996 36
45,623 09 102
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30tii June, 1884.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
§   cts.
$   cts.
J Graham	
J Howe	
G Howe	
J M Fitzpatrick  	
L Bates	
TBeckensell	
J McKenzie 	
11 H Pidcoek	
Do	
It Swan 	
J Itodello	
W M Dingwall	
J R Berkley	
G McFarlane	
J McFarlane	
J J Havden 	
R T Swan	
G Ford  	
R T Swan	
J McPhee	
R S Yates	
J Barnes	
Woods & Turner	
C P N Co	
CB Sword	
T Hanev 	
R W Ross	
J G Crawford  	
J G Smith	
C M Bonson	
Woods & Turner	
H Kustner	
J Hall	
A McNaughton	
T Osborne	
A Hanson	
R Downs	
W McDonald	
H Nash	
J Jensen 	
J S McDonald	
J Daly	
II Elliott	
A Hanson	
C Scott 	
DeBeck Bros & Co	
W Holmes	
Herrington & Good ...
R B Kelly	
R Downes	
W Holmes	
W Mackie, Jr	
G McCray	
J McGregor	
J S Baird 	
W Mackie, Sr	
J Sprott	
P Shepherd	
A McCullum	
VanVol'-en'mrgh Bros.
Frocte   & LIutton
J Murchison	
J M Webster	
B Campbell	
W Holmes	
W R Lewis	
W Blackie	
W McDonald	
J McFarland	
D Davis	
G Newton	
CB Sword	
V Bridie	
W Shannon 	
A L Huck	
W B Townsend	
J Kail	
Brought for ward -.
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 12U.—Comox District.—Concluded.
Labour on Comox wharf, 7f days @ 82.50
do. do. 4£ „ 2.50
do. do. 11 days with team <g £5, and 6 „ 2.50
do. do. 23 „ 4
do. do. 9 „ 2.50
do. do, with oxen hauling logs	
Iron work for wharf, £S.50; repairing tools for roads, 3.37	
Plank for wharf  ,	
Plank for road repairs 	
Rope for use of wharf repairs, $12; cleaning off slide, (ii days @ §2.00
Use of rope for pile driver, §2; planks, $1	
Sundry tools and nails for road work	
Labour on road, 8^ days @ §2.50	
Cribbing and grading roads on Denman Island as per agreement ...
do. do. do. do.
Cutting out        do. do. do :..
Inspecting roads do. 3 days @ §4	
Grading 400 yards of trail, 6 feet wide, as per agreement	
Laying out roads on Hornby Island	
Mattocks, picks and handles  	
Making bridge and grading approaches, Denman Island	
Vote No. 125.—New Westminster District
Labour surveying roads with Mr. Turner, & use of canoe, 3 days @ $3.50
Examining & reporting on roads, Maple Ridge & Matsqui, 13   ,, G
Passages and meals for Mr. Turner, New West, to Riverside and return
Board and lodging for Mr. Turner, 5 days	
do. do.       at Maple Ridge	
Labour as axeman with Mr. Turner, 4 days @ S3
do.       chainman, do. 4   ,, 3
do. do. do. 4   ,, 3
Board and lodging for do	
Survey ing roads at Port Moody, G   ,, 7.50
Proctecting bridges & repairing same, Coquitlam Rd.,   13h „ 2.50
do. do. do. 15   ,, 2.50
Labour on Port Moody Road, 2r>h „ 2.50
do. do. 21" „ 2.50
do.       Hastings Road, 22J „ 2.50
do. do. 17" ,, 2.50
do. do. 10   ,, 2.50
do.        Port Moodv Road, 3S    „ 2.50
do. do. 4±lT „ 2.50
do. as Foreman,  do. 47    ,, 3.50
do. do. 10   ,, 2.50
do. do.       with horse and cart	
do. do. 22    ,, 2.50
do. do.       and moving camp with horse and cart	
Lumber for Port Moody Road	
Foreman, Hastings Road, 33 d. @3.50; with horse & cart, 31 d. @ §2.50
Repairing Coquitlam road and bridge, as per agreement	
Clearing timber off Pitt River Road	
Labour on Hastings Road, 19 days @ $2.50
do. do.        with horso and cart, 27    ,, G
do.        North Arm Trail, 45    ,, 3.25
do. do. 33   „ 3.25
do. do. 34    „ 3.25
do. do. 19   ,, 3.25
do. do. 45    „ 3.25
Foreman, do.       freight on tools §3, 52   ,, 3.5(
Labour on do. 45   ,, 3.2f
do. do. 12',  ,, 3.2£;
Moving camp  	
Building GO rods of plank at Moodyville, (« $2 per rod ;	
Building bridge and putting in two culverts on Serpentine Flats	
Labour on Hastings Road, 10i days @ §2.50
do. do. 3'    .,      "   2.5!
do. do.       with horse and cart, 25     \, 0
Sharpening road tools 	
do. do	
Labour on Hastings Road, 46^ ,, 2.50
do. do. 7" „ 2.5(
do.       Upper Matsqui Road, 28J „ 2.5f
do. do. 15| ,, 2.50
Lumber, spikes, ox team, use of wheelbarrows, etc., Matsqui Road	
Labour on Upper Matsqui, 27:V days @ §2.50	
do.       Hall's Prairie Road, Contracts 4 and 5 	
do. do. Contract 3	
Conveyance of labourers t > remove fallen trees from Port Moody Road
Protecting bridge from forest fires on Scott's Road	
Carried forward	
3,390 45
1,725 23 45,623 09
19 37
11
25
70
00
92
00
22
50
54
12
11
87
94 58
34 05
25
00
3 00
37
59
21
25
47
00
37 00
53 00
12
00
88 00
12 00
8
50
20
00
10 50
78 00
8 00
5
00
3
00
12
00
12
00
12
00
6 00
45
00
33
75
37
50
03 75
52
50
56
35
42
50
40
00
95
00
105
62
161
50
25
00
37
00
55
00
25
00
62
32
193
00
47 00
10 00
47
50
162
00
146
25
107
25
110
50
61
75
146
25
185
00
146 25
40
62
2 50
120 00
60 00
26 25
10 50
150
CO
26
0(
5
01
116 25
17
5f
71 00
33
50
37
70
68
25
373
00
200 00
6 75
6 25
3,390 45
3,816 01
2,505 31
48,128 40 48 Vic.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
103
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
9   cts.
?   cts.
S   cts.
R Stevenson.
J Humberry.
A Innes 	
"Colonist"	
Moodyville Saw Mill Co.
Indian James  	
W Sinclair	
Indian Jim	
Procter & Hutton 	
AV Neelands	
Woods & Turner	
Pay List	
C P N Co	
G Clashing	
J Stephens 	
Pay List	
D Docksteader	
J McFarland	
G Hall	
J H Gillespie	
F Tucker   	
Alpos, an Indian	
Dick, do	
Charley,   do	
T Fisher	
F Baker 	
J Jansen   	
J Nicholson	
C P N Co	
J Bonson 	
W Neelands	
Blair Bros	
A E Ralb	
J Jensen	
J McMullen	
AV Shannon	
DeBeck Bros. & Co	
G W Williams	
J Sprott	
"Columbian"	
J Woodward 	
T Osborne 	
CPNCo	
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and AViiarves.—Continued.
Vote No. 125.—New Westminster District.—Continued.
AV J French...
G Hutchinson.
P Byrne	
J Graff, C.E...
D A McGilvray.
T Osborne 	
P Smiley	
AV Holmes	
N Cameron	
E F Holt	
J Jensen 	
R Stevenson....
AV R Lewis	
DeBeck Bros. & Co.
AV Holmes	
D AMcGilvray	
T Osborne ...".	
J Ryder	
D Brickwoll	
B H Wilson	
C G Majo
Gravelling trunk road between Chilliwhack and Centreville
Labour on Shannon Mountain Road, Chilliwhack 	
Contract on St.Andrew's Flats,  Langley,  raising   embankment and
making culverts	
Advertising for tenders sundry roads and bridges	
Lumber, spikes, etc., for Moodyville plank road	
Canoe hire from Matsqui to Maple Ridge for AV. Ross ....
Meals and bed for AV. Ross inspecting roads at Port Haney
Canoe hire & meals for do. do.       Kanaka Creek to New West.
Building 70 rods of plank road @ $2 per rod	
Axeman on Port Moody Road survey	
Laying out district roads, 11 days, including expenses	
Labourers on Matsqui roads	
Passage of J. Barnes, & freight on tools, Now AA^est. to Riverside, & ret.
Clearing Port Moody Road of fallen timber	
Superintending road at Maple Ridge	
Labourers on Maple Ridge roads	
7 axe handles for road work at Maple Ridge	
Building road from Granville to Fishery, 154 rods (ti #3.50 per rod	
Labour on Port Moody Road, 3 days @ 32.50	
Clearing timber from Granville and North Ann road	
Labour with Surveyor laying out road to Fishery 	
do. do. do. 	
do. do. do. 	
Guarding bridges from bush fires on Hastings and Granville roads	
Labour, lumber, and spikes, repairing Granville and Hastings roads
Guarding bridges from fires and clearing timber,       do. do.
Hauling timber for Brunette Bridge   	
Inspecting route for waggon road between New- West, and Granville
Passage, meals, & bed for J. Nicholson, Victoria to New AVest' & return
Board and lodging for do. at New Westminster	
Labour on road, New Westminster to Granville	
Constructing flood-gate and flume, Richmond	
Labour on long bridge Burrard Inlet Road	
do. do. do	
do.   repairing Coquitlam River Bridge	
do.    on Hall's Prairie road, as per contract 	
Lumber for Brunette Bridge 	
Labour on North Road, as per agreement	
Labour on North Arm trail	
Advertising for tenders for road fromNew Westminster to Granville
Gravelling Semiahmoo Road, 118^ rods 	
Labour on Granville Road, 34 days @ $2.50 	
Fare for AV. Ross, New Westminster to Chilliwhack, and horse hire to
Langley, inspecting roads	
Horse & buggy hire for J. C. Hughes, 3d. @*5; saddle horse 3 d. @§2.50
Labour on Port Moody Road	
Clearing out ditch on trunk road, Lulu Island	
Making drawing, with specifications and copies, for drawbridge, Nic
omekl River
Repairing Brunette Bridge and approaches,
do. do.   ~ do.
do. do. do.
do. do.       with cart, 3 days @ $2.50,
Labour repairing Pitt River Road,
Conveying part} to Coquitlam Bridges   	
Repairing Brunette Bridge,
Gravelling Chilliwhack landing road	
Horse hire for AAr.  Ross and J. C.  Hughes, inspectin
sharpening drills $1.11 7	
Cedar for bridge near Sapperton	
Repairing Pitt River Bridge	
do. do	
do.       bridge at Burrard Inlet 	
Labour on trunk road, between Vedder's and York's...
do.   grading road near Centreville 	
Spikes and nails for Granville-Hastings Road   	
I Shovels, mattocks, axes, etc., for road work	
AV Holmes [ Labour on long bridge, Hastings Road	
Do       ; Rebuilding bridge, Port Moody Road	
J Johnston | Repairing Johnson's road in Surrey Municipality	
10 days @ $7.50
7 „ 2.50
3    ,,            2.50
8 „ 2.50
8 ,, 3.50
2i ,, 2.50
9
2.50
roads, §4.50;
A Mclntvre.
J M Wise	
BC Express Co	
D A McKee	
AV CMcDougall   ....
Billy,, Indian	
A E McLean	
M AA'oods	
AVoods & Turner ....
Corduroying Trunk Road
Construction of North Road to Port Moody, on account of contract	
Horse for W. Ross inspecting roads	
Corduroying road near Chilukthan Slough   	
Construction of bridge across Nicomekl River	
Four days with canoe on survey of Pitt River trail	
Labour on Port Moody Road, & on trail to Pitt River Meadows, 6 d. @ S?
do- do. do. 8 ,,       3
Surveying line of False Creek Road, North Road, and others	
Carried forward	
3 75
3,390 45      3,816 01    48,128 40
250 00
36 25
3,500 00
37 00
586 50
2 50
2 00
2 75
140 00
6 00
103 80
935 72
5 00
3 00
56 00
237 47
3 50
539 00
7 50
35 00
1 50
75
1 50
1 50
19 74
18 00
42 00
30 00
8 76
6 75
3 00
170 00
2 50
2 50
22 00
627 00
159 66
130 00
24 00
6 00
200 00
85 00
6 75
22 50
3 75
25 00
75 00
17 50
7 5C
20 00
35 50
6 26
6 00
22 50
98 12
5 61
7 30
3 60
2 50
2 50
152 50
100 00
8 50
64 47
16 50
178 50
300 00
600 00
1,000 00
135 Of.
375 Of
935 CC
8 00
18 OO
24 00
170 00
3,394 201 19,320 40 48,128 40 lot
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
S   ets.
S   cts.
cts.
"Colonist"	
J Olh er	
W A Hall	
J Gibson	
J M Wise	
B Eickhoff	
"Columbian"	
J VanBramer	
A Burns	
Howse & Rickman	
Cunningham & Co	
Royal City Planing Mills.
W Chadsey	
G Banford	
Hastings Saw Mill Co....
J H Gillespie	
W Blackie	
G Roulstin	
A Fraser	
"Columbian"	
R Stevenson 	
T McNeelv	
JM Wise'.	
DeBeck Bros & Co	
Pav List	
CPNCo	
Mrs M Harrison	
J Cunningham & Co	
C G Major	
A W Lundbom	
Anthony, Indian	
Str Gem	
W Haslam	
PFillebonn	
J Haslam	
L Coyer	
Royal City Planing Mills.
W R Lewis	
W Hall	
W Blackie 	
II Elliott	
WB Townsend	
G McKenzie	
J M Wise	
Smith & Good	
J Huntley	
McDougall Bros 	
J Bell	
W Hall  	
D Bicknell	
J Gibson 	
H Stadv	
J Rider 	
J Campbell  	
G Chndsey 	
J B Loiway 	
K Grevell *	
W Chadsey   	
D McGillivray (Reeve)..
G Rawlison (Treasurer).
J W Pickard	
H Stender	
A McKenzie	
J Shannon	
R Grav  	
T Pickard	
W C McDougall (Reeve).
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 125.—New Westminster District—Concluded.
Advertising notice to road contractors, Port Moody Road, and bridge
builders, Nicomekl	
Labour on Semiahmoo Road, as per contract   	
Gravelling- Trunk Road near Centreville	
Labour on road from Chilliwhack to Centreviile	
Hauling lumber for bridge at Burrard Inlet	
Three trips to Brunette Bridge with W. Ross and supplies	
Advertising for tenders for Port Moody Road and Nicomekl Bridge	
Towing lumber for bridge New Westminster-Burrard Inlet Road	
Grant in aid for part of North Road between junction and Port Moody
Surveying North Arm Road, 3 days @ £7.50; assistant £9.50	
Saddle, bridle, etc., for W. Ross, inspecting roads	
Lumber for Brunette Bridge	
Securing bridge at Vedder's, and rebuilding Lewis' Bridge	
Lumber for bridges at Elk Creek	
do       bridge on New Westminster-Burrard Inlet Road	
Clearing out timber on Granville and North Arm Road	
Sharpening picks, etc	
Constructing bridge near McCutcheon's	
Clearing trees from North Arm Trail	
Advertising for tenders Port Moody Road	
Gravelling Trunk Road from Centerville, as per contract	
Making ditch and roadway, 76% chains @ £10.50	
Hauling cedar for bridge at Camp	
Lumber for culvert on Camp Road	
Labourers repairing bridges and gravelling roads, etc., Hastings Road
Fares for W. Ross inspecting roads, New West, to Riverside & Port H.
Meals, bed, and horse keep for W. Ross, inspecting roads	
Currycomb, brush, etc., for Government horse	
Sundry tools for district roads	
Clearing trees off Port Moody Road	
Hire of canoe and Indians from Matsqui to New Westminster	
Passage of W. Ross to and from Port Haney and Matsqui	
Repairs to Camp Bridge 	
Removing tree from Hastings-Granville Road	
Repairs to Camp Bridge  	
do. do	
2,000 feet of 2-inch planks for Trunk Road, Delta   	
Bolts for bridge, Pitt River Road, §3.25; repairing brush hook 75cts...
Labour on Sumass Landing Road, as per contract	
Sharpening drills	
Hauling lumber for bridge at Camp	
Stabling and horse hire for W. Ross, inspecting roads	
Horse hire for J. C. Hughes to Mud Bay, 2 days (a) $3 	
Moving provisions and tools to Granville Road	
Corduroying North Road to Port Moody	
Securing bridge at False Creek, etc. '	
3,394 20
Vote No. 12G.—Burrard Inlet Trunk Road.
Construction of New Westminster-Granville Road, on account contract
Vole No. 127.—Municipalities in New Westminster District
Chilliwhack Municipality.
Labour    :	
Constructing a road near Sumass Landing	
Grading road near Langley, as per contract	
Labour    	
Contract on Chilliwhack Central Road	
Labour on road around Shannon Mountain	
do. do. do. 	
Constructing bridges on road near Bickncll's	
do. bridge do. 	
Labour, as per contract	
Repairing Luckakuck Bridge	
Balance due on appropriation to 30th June, 1884	
Langley Municipality.
Amount of appropriation in full	
Surrey Municipality.
Labour on Pickard's Road, as per contract	
do.       Campbell River Road	
do.       Yale Trunk Road	
do.       Hall's Prairie Road, as per contract   	
Repairing Scott's Road	
Making ditch, labour on road with horse and cart, etc	
Balance due on appropriation to 30th June, 1884	
Carried forward.,, |]    3,304 20
19,320 40    48,128 40
20 60
400 00
150 CO
25 00
5 00
4 50
7 28
5 00
408 00
32 00
28 50
34 50
150 00
25 00
78 31
20 00
4 96
110 CO
25 00
3 20
759 63
805 CO
10 50
3 22
512 50
2 CO
6 00
8 75
171 25
2 00
5 00
2 75
3 00
1 50
1 25
1 25
25 00
9 00
196 80
1 32
1 00
9 00
C 00
5 00
250 00
7 50
23,723 47
40 00
100 00
67 20
50 00
100 00
77 50
36 25
75 00
40 CO
73 00
320 00
21 05
1,000 CO
1,000 00
100 CO
50 CO
70 75
500 00
52 50
190 00
SO 75
1,000 oo
79,851 S7
	 48 Vic.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
105
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
S   cts.
S   cts.
S   cts.
Pay List	
C G Major	
T Haney	
C P N Co	
H Dawson (Reeve) .
R McKee	
J Wintemute	
Royal City Planing Mills
J Oliver	
D A McKee	
R Gray	
S Miller (Clerk).
D Evans	
J Millar	
J French 	
W Chisholm	
W Jones	
U Smith	
J Menzies	
J Mearns	
J N Evans (Reeve).
W Shannon	
J Wilson	
J Punch	
J Harnberry ..,
GC Webster...
I Kipp	
Pe-ell, Indian.,
G Gibson   	
J Merchant	
J Murchison ..,
T Hannon 	
F W Jones	
G Cann	
A Milton	
B Eickhoff	
W Chadsey ....
M Harrison
A Innes	
J Musselwhite ,
A Reeve 	
W Murray	
W Blackie	
M Sweetman...
E G Prior	
A Milton	
RLaw	
Walker & Bowes ..
E M Wirth	
Hudson Bay Co ...
J Wardle	
B A Hill	
Jake, Indian	
Capt John, Indian
Hudson Bay Co	
Walker & Bowes ..,
C P N Co	
Jack, Indian	
J James	
A Connie	
EM Wirth	
W Yates	
C Brewer	
G J Wallace	
J Mc'rmes	
J A Mara,..	
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Maple Ridge Municipality
Labourers on general road repairs	
Sundry tools for road party	
One axe and handle	
Freight on tools	
Balance of appropriation to 30th June, 1884	
Delta Municipality.
Making road and repairing wharf at Ladner's Landing	
Making bridge over Crescent Creek, as per agreement	
Plank for wharf 	
Corduroying Trunk Road	
do. do	
Labour on Scott's Road, 15J days @ §2 	
Richmond Municipality.
Amount of appropriation to 30th June, 1884	
Vote No. 128.—Cowichan Municipality.
Labour repairing roads, as per contract	
do.    on Chemainus Road	
do.   on Maple Bay Road	
do.   repairing roads, 20 days @ $2.50	
do.    on Chemainus Road   	
do.    repairing roads :	
do. do.	
tlo. do	
Balance of appropriation to 30th June, 1884	
Vote No. 129.—Trunk Road, New Westminster to Yale.
Labour on road, near junction of McLellan and Yale Roads	
Protecting bridge from forest fires, 2 days @ #2.50	
Removing timber from road	
Labour on Trunk Road near York's	
do. do. do	
Labour with team ploughing, etc., Cheam Hill, 10 davs (cc §0
do.    on Cheam Hill, 4   ,, 1.25
do. do. 10   „ 2.50
do. do. 4   ,, 2.50
do.    clearing timber from road	
do.    on road, per agreement, $100; protecting bridges from fires $50
do.    on road between Vedder's and York's	
do.       do.       28 days   	
do.    repairing road $21.40; spikes 60cts	
Conveying Con. Burr and 2 convicts to Brunette Bridge g-uarding fircy
Meals, bed, and horse keep for W. Ross inspecting roads	
do. do. do. do	
do. do. do. do	
Clearing road of timber	
Labour on road from Vedder's to York's, 4;p days @ §2	
Repairing Nicomekl Bridge ,	
Pick, handles, etc	
Removing- drift timber from bridge	
Mattocks for road party    	
Labour on Trunk Road, with team, $113.50; powder, etc., #5.50	
Vote No. ISO.—Yale District
3.394 20
4 iron truss rods, and drayage on same.	
Meat and vegetables supplied to road party	
Provisions do. do.     '	
Nails and 1 block for Hope-Yale road	
Provisions, tools & horse hire, Hope-Yale r'd & Nicola-Similkameen trail;
1 pair blocks and rope for construction of bridge between Hope & Jones';
Packing provisions do. do. do.
Taking raft for bridge from Hope—IIope-Yale road	
Provisions supplied to Hope-Yale road party	
Meat do. do. do	
Passage of Mr. Kirkup from Yale to Cat Landing inspecting bridges..
Canoe hire       do.         inspecting bridges between Hope and Jones'...
Meals               do.                         do.                                do.
Provisions supplied to road party	
do.     pick handles, &c, supplied to road party	
Shovels, axes, augers, etc	
Repairing bridge on waggon road, head of o;;anaL;an Lake to Mission
do.      tools and chain used on road, Okanagan District	
Hearing out tiail from Okanagan Mission	
-hovels, axes r.nd gr.ndstone	
Carried fonoard.
n oo
11 oo
167 oo
18 50
2 00
50
812 00
87 50
130 00
150 00
292 50
309 42
30 50
3.416 20
359 50
62 50
20 CO
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
100 00
258 00
25 00
5 00
5 00
23 75
16 00
60 00
5 00
25 00
10 00
21 50
150 00
9 50
70 75
22 00
1 50
2 00
S 00
15 00
3 50
9 50
40 00
9 00
15 00
7 50
119 00
13 75
27 62
6 50
14 50
563 15
21 00
3 00
6 50
11 37
10 00
1 75
1 CO
1 CO
6 21
19 25
14 50
11 CO
11 CO
20 00
28 00
79,851 87
1,000 00
999 92
1,000 00
1,000 00
91 80 84,530 106
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
S   cts.
$   cts.
S   cts.
3,416 20
791 80
8 75
42 50
8 75
105 00
22 50
103 75
103 75
18 00
23 00
20 60
10 00
178 00
5 10
1 00
1 00
6 00
15 00
78 CO
87 50
145 00
35 00
36 00
14 00
15 00
60 00
12 18
10 00
10 CO
10 00
12 50
14 25
70 00
11 25
4 00
42 00
36 00
27 00
142 50
204 00
126 87
142 50
8 75
35 00
106 25
21 42
46 92
24 19
165 60
5 00
11 00
1 00
2 00
1 50
20 50
12 50
12 50
62 60
15 50
10 00
100 00
2 50
6 00
51 25
153 75
156 00
13 75
24 00
65 00
75 00
21 00
19 72
7 00
3,043 37
279 05
9 37
27 60
4 CS
60 00
84,530 29
T D Shorts	
1XII.—PUBLIC WORKS—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, akd Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 130.—Yale District.—Continued.
Labor repairing waggon road at head of Okanagan Lake, 3* d's @ S2.50
do.                         do.                       do.                      lfd's@S2.60
do.                           do.     Salmon R. to Spalluuicheena32 d's @ $2.50
A Postill	
Labor repairing                      Head of Okanagan Lake to Mission	
J Rich	
A J'Kirkpatrick	
Clearing trees off road from Grand Prairie to Salmon River, 4 d. (g $2.50
Shushwap Milling Co	
Bill, Indian	
Jim,   do     	
Canoe hire for J. Kirkup, sent to pay men employed by W. L. Flood ..
Meals                     do                          do.                                do.
W J Roper	
do.      culverts          do.                             do.                    3 d. @ $5 ...
do.                  do.                       2? days (ti S3; keep of horses, $3.50	
Horse hire for Tunstall, inspecting Nieola-Kamloops road, 14 days @ $1
A Postill 	
Shushwap Milling Co	
T Hornby	
Labour on road from Spallumcheen to Salmon River, with team	
do.           do.            Okanagan Lake to Spallumcheen, 28 d. @ §2.50..
Repairing road from Spallumcheen to Salmon River, 4£ days @ §2.50..
E Thorno....	
C Crozier	
P Duffv....
J Phibbs.	
G Kirby	
F Walker	
Use of team, 12 d. @ 82; labour, Kamloops-Okanagan road, 1 day @ §3.
Repairing road from head of Okanagan L. to Spallumcheen, 57 d. @ §2.50
do.       do.                  do.                     to Mission, (foreman), 68 d. ('(§3
Repairing road from Spallumcheen to head of Okanagan L. 50;J- d. tg §2.50
do.        do.                       do.                           do.                   57 d. (ti §2.50
do.    corduroy on road from Salmon River Bridge to Spallumcheen,
3i days @ §2.50	
H Seydel	
T James	
B Graham	
Repairing road from head of Okanagan Lake to Mission, 14 d. @ §2.50
do.       do.                       do.                           do.        42£ d. (& §2.50
C P N Co	
Passage of Supt. Black from Yale to Hope and return   	
Meals and bed for Government Agent inspecting road, Hope to Popcum
Meals, bed & horse keep          do.                     do.                     do.
W J Roper	
Removing slides at Ne'.vm.in Hill, Kamloops-Nieola road, 5 days @ §2.50
do.               do.                  do.                             do.                   do.
E Carswell	
T Woodward & Son	
T Fay	
Lumber for bridge at foot of Nicola Lake and removing old plank	
do.              do.       12-mile Creek and labour laying plank, §2	
Labour on Nicola, Cook's Ferry & Kamloops waggon road, 40 d. (g §2.50
J A Mara
Labour, with team, repairing bridge above Jones' and hauling lumber:
W Mitchell	
Labour on road from Okanagan L. to Okanagan Mission, CUd. (§ §2.50
A Postill...
T McK Lamblv	
W Fortune	
Shushwap Milling Co	
Inspecting road work in various parts of District, 25 d. (a §3	
Lumber for bridge on Kamloops-Tranquille Road, and freight on same
Foreman and labourers                                do.                             do.
Powder, caps, hammers, etc.,                     do.                             do.
Provisions for road party,                           do.                             do.
Repairing road from Spailumcheen to head of Okanagan L.,lld. @ $2.50
J Wardle	
R Campbell	
A Postill             	
Foreman on Salmon River Bridge,                                  20 days @ $3
Carried forward	
i
3,416 20 i
7,480 02
84,530 29 48 Vic.
Public Accounts,
1st July, 1883,
to 30th June, 1884.
107
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
§   cts.
G McKee	
F Walker	
Do    	
A Deslorier	
J Haynes 	
D McDougall	
A McDougall	
A Germain	
C McKenzie	
TMcK. Lambly	
Blair & Coy	
W Wilkie	
R O'Rourke	
T Fay	
J B Leighton	
C O'Keefe	
J Boucher	
Jones & Hunter	
H Hunter	
Walker & Bowes	
J Wardle	
Kimball & Gladwin..
J McAulay	
A McLean	
J Leveau	
J McAulay	
B Newman, Jr	
APostill	
McKinnon & Guerin.
"Colonist"	
B Flewing	
J Kennedy	
B Newman	
R Scott	
J Kennedy	
J McAulay	
J Leveau 	
C Efcobitaille	
A McLean	
Ho        	
"Columbian"	
C McKenzie	
G Kirby	
J Westoby	
G Lynn	
T McK. Lambly	
C Anderson	
Tommy, Indian	
Pay List	
Tommy, Indian	
A Onderdonk	
E Cannell	
Mara & Wilson	
J Peterson	
Trounce &Gay	
Walker & Bowes	
Baptiste, Indian	
W Yates	
J Wardle	
O Jones 	
E Derdinger	
G Lynn	
T Greenhow	
CH Cutler	
T Curry	
AH Wade	
R Hamilton	
J Clapperton	
Pay List	
Do      	
"Colonist"	
"Columbian"
"Inland Sei.tinel"
J McMullen	
C Kennedy 	
Brought forward	
XII.—PU BLIC   WORKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. ISO.—Yale District.—Concluded.
Labour on road from head of Okanagan Lake to Mission, 26   ,,
do.
do.
Team and waggon,
do.
Labour on bridge,
do.
Labour on road
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
36
52    ,
61 .
2.50
3
2
3
2.50
2.50
Labour making road from Salmon R. to Spallumcheen, 24   ,, 2 50
do.     ' do. do. 15J „ 2.50
Commission on road disbursements, §2,192.55 @ 5 per cent	
Provisions for road party, Nicola-Cook's Ferry Road	
Labour on do. do.       1 day	
Sharpening tools, do. do.
Labour on do. do. 32 days @ $2.50
Removing fallen trees on Kamloops-Okanagan Road,       2   ,, 2.50
Hauling lumber and planking bridge, Kamloops-Savona section	
Repairing bridge, do. do	
Provisions and horse keep	
Provisions for road party	
Meat supplied        do	
Axes, shovel, and rope	
Repairing roads	
Labour repairing road, Savona-Kamloops section, 5 days @ $
do. bridge, Kamloops-Okanagan section	
do. do do. 	
Labour on road, Kamloops-Nicola, 8 days @ §3
do. do. use of horse §8, 8   ,, 3
Planks for bridge and hauling same, Kamloops-Okanagan 	
Sharpening road tools  	
Advertising notice to Contractors, Nicola Road 	
Labour filling in excavation, Savona-Okanagan Road       7 days @ §2.50
do. do. do. 7   ,, 2.50
Labour repairing Nicola-Kamloops Road, 6   ,, 2.50
do. do. 5J „ 2.50
do. do. 3" ,, 3
do. do. 3   „ .        3
do. Kamloops-Okanagan Road, 4-i   ,, 3
do. do. 3    ,, 3
do. do. 	
do. bridge above Savona   	
Advertising for tenders, Nicola Road	
Labour corduroying swamp, Pleasant Valley Road,        11 days @ §2.50
,416 20
do.
do.
do.
do.
1%
19|
28
2.50
2.50
1.50
2
do. do.
do. do.
Foreman do.
Laying out and inspecting road wor
Labour on Lillooet Trail,
Labour with horse at Spence's Bridge and Savona trail, 14
Labourers, do. do.
Labour, do. do. 14
Timber for Spence's Bridge	
Hay and grain for horse, North Thompson Road	
Hay and tools	
Ferriage of G. C. Tunstall and horse and buggy across Thompson River
Horse hire for       do.       inspecting roads	
do. Supt. Starret, Hope-Nicola trails	
Freight on tools and supplies, Nicola trail	
Tools, do	
do. do "	
Hire of team, 1^ days, Hope-Popeum Road	
Sharpening picks	
Hire of team hauling stringers, etc., Pleasant Valley Road.	
Axes
Labour on bridge at Penticton,
do. do.
Lumber and tools, do.
Construction of Nicola-Douglas w-a;
Commission for supt. do.
Labourers on Hope-Yale waggon road...
do. road from Hope to Popcum
33 days @ §2.5f
S3    ., 2.50
■on road, as per contract	
§2,300 @ 5 per cent.
Vote No. 111.—Savona Ferry Bridge.
Advertising for tenders	
do. do	
do. do	
Construction of bridge, as per contract 	
Material and ialour (as part of McMullen's contract).
Carried forward , !   3,416
7,480 02
65 00
108
104 00
19 50
55 00
3 75
5 00
60 CO
38 75
109 63
9 00
2 50
2 00
80 00
5 00
39 50
1 00
10 00
19 75
11 80
6 12
13 00
15 00
. 11 00
6 00
24 00
32 00
14 74
18 50
15 00
17 50
17 50
15 00
13 75
9 00
9 00
13 50
9 00
18 50
2 50
5 50
27 50
48 76
48 75
75 1
6 00
75
21 00
149 26
28 0C
55 00
2 00
12 30
2 00
2 00
10
12 00
9 12
9 63
6 CO
7 CO
30 00
15 00
82 50
82 50
109 CO
2,300 CO
175 00
438 2C
883 72
9 00
6 CO
3 Of
14,8.r,7 Of
60 Of
4,530 29
13,138 07
14,9C5 00
112,5/3 88 108
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arears,
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
3,416 20
112,573 86
A W Smith	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, axd Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 132.—Lillooet District
Hire of team,                                              do.                           2 days @ $6
do.                                                         do.                           5   „           6
12 24
12 00
30 00
6 SO
6 00
30 00
32 10
19 70
18 00
1 62
5 19
6 00
3 00
7 00
50
3 00
6,823 45
84 00
209 25
49 75
66 59
7 00
15 00
5 00
45 00
40 00
•200 00
58 50
5 13
48 00
10 46
9 00
16 00
6 00
48 00
99 00
7 88
15 94
4 50
10 00
5 25
4 00
3 50
17 00
S3 00
96 00
151 50
76 50
12 99
21 00
16 02
7 50
24 37
35 75
2 00
7 65
2 00
100 00
12 92
5 15
5 50
1,385 00
84 00
94 50
2 25
2 00
9 00
33 00
6 00
10 00
7 60
64 00
21 25
1 76
25 75
162 25
IS CO
8 00
1S4 CO
30 CO
W Riley	
THoey	
E Budwig	
WKeatley	
G R Tinker	
THoey	
Team hire,                                                   do.                           3 days @ $6
A W Smith ....
W Keatley 	
J Millar	
WMcBeaitte	
do	
Supt. W F Allen, §1,300; labourers, §5,525.45, July, 1883, to June, 1884
Team hauling logs for cribbing, Lillooet-Clinton Road, 14 days («' §6...
W Riley	
J McCully..   .
F W Foster	
A W Smith ....
E Chenhall	
Marshall & Smith	
Hire of team and man moving camp,         do.                         5 days @ $9
L Ehalt	
Labour on Lillooet-Clinton Road,                                      18 davs @ §3.25
Hay	
W Riley	
Team hire,                                                                              8   „           6
Hay	
G Tinker	
J McCully	
Labour on Canoe Creek Road,                                                  2 days @ $3
Labour on Lillooet-Clinton Waggon Road,                            16   ,,           3
do.       River Trail,                                                            33   ,,           3
TCroyle	
G R Tinker....
HHinch	
Team hauling logs for bridge,                                                2 days @ §5
T Harper	
A W Smith	
Labour on River Trail,                                                             11 davs (." §3
do.              do.                                                                    32   „"          3
do.              do.                                                                    50i „           3
do.              do.                                                                    26| „           3
\V Green	
J Haller....
Labour on Lillooet-Clinton Waggon Road,                              7   ,,           3
J E Smith ..
J McCully	
J Haller	
Hire of double team and waggon, 4 days (« §8 ; 2501t>s. of hay @ l£cts.
J Haller	
W F Allen	
Supt. James Robertson Jr390; labourers §995 ; constructing Bridge R. P>.
Labour on district roads,                                                         2S davs @ §3
do.                  do.                                                                 31J ,",           3
Hay	
PCulIen	
T S Cole...
Labour on Dog Creek Hill,                                                      11 days (.". §3
J Marshall	
jabour repairing Lillooet and Mill Road,                           6 days @ §3
Charley, Indian	
■urvty^ig change of road at 3-iIile Hi:1                         23   ,,          8
Assisting to survey road through Marble Canyon,          15   ,,          2
Carried fonoard	
3,416 20
10,875 45,
[112,573 86 48 Vic       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
109
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
S   cts.
R Jones	
T Conroy	
J Carry	
G Tinker 	
Sweagle, Indian ,
R Carson	
J Currie	
W Riler	
A W Smith	
J Millar	
W F Allen	
F W Foster	
McLellan & Co	
William, Indian	
O'Keast,     do    	
G Bull,       do    	
William,     do    	
Mathell,     do    	
THoey	
T Conroy	
R Carson	
N Gustafsen	
J Haller	
J Pollard	
G R Tinker	
P Garigan	
M Gillon	
George, Indian	
U Nelson	
A Twentyman	
G Isadore	
J Haller	
N Gustafsen	
Joseph, Indian	
R McLeese	
E Humphrey	
R Graham	
R McLean	
PC Dunlevy	
E Humphrey	
C McKinnon	
R Mason	
G Hamilton	
Pay Sheets	
Do      	
Do      	
Do      	
Do      	
Do       	
Do      	
Do      	
I B Nason	
G Murray	
Reid & Hudson	
B C Express Co	
A Carson	
CP O'Neil	
Capt Charley, Indian .. _
E Deslorier	
HS Timon	
Fletcher & McNaug-hton
W W Dodd	
L Morgan 	
S A Rogers	
WL Jones	
PC Dunlevy	
J Salmon -	
E Humphrey	
J Thurber	
R A Collins	
S Archer	
C Laronde	
H Hyde	
P Vasey	
P Eagan	
J K Barker 	
J Shaw	
P M Conway	
Brought fonoard	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 132.—Lillooet Distnct—Concluded.
Assisting to survey road through Marble Canon, 12 days @ $3
do. do. do. 15   „ 3
Hay and grain, Bridge River Bridge	
Horse keep for Supt. J. Robertson, Bridge River Bridge	
Packing iron work, do. 	
Horse keep for Supt. Robertson, do. 	
Hay and grain, do. 	
Hire of team, 7£ days @ $6	
Axes, handles, shovels, rope, wedges, etc	
Slabs for covering culvert	
Keep of Government horse during winter	
Plough, harness, sundry tools, and grain	
Sundry blacksmithing work      	
Hire of canoe on Anderson Lake, Bridge River Trail	
do.       and packing, do. 	
do. do. 	
do. do. 	
Packing tools, etc., to Haller Road	
Stabling horse, 11 days	
Labour on Haller Road, 12 days @ $3	
Hay and grain for horse	
Packing drills, harness   etc	
Hire of waggon and harness	
Barley	
Moving camp	
Repairing picks   	
Clearing water-courses and removing slides, 10£ days @ $3	
Axeman	
Barley, etc ''''
Axe, shovel, and pick	
Repairing tools	
Hire of waggon and harness \',\\	
Packing tools *'''	
Hire of horse and packing tools	
Vote No. 133.—Cariboo District
Sundry tools and cooking utensils for Williams Lake & Chilcotin Road
Labour on Williams Lake Trail, 22 days @ $3
do. do. 26   „ 3.25
do. do. 20J- „ 3
do.     Hawk's Road, from Soda Creek to Hawk's Ranch	
do. do. do. and Williams Lake trail, 43£ „ 3
do. do.       from Soda Ck. to Hawk's Ranch, 27   „ 3.50
do. do. do. do. 10   ,, 3
1,000 feet of 3-inch plank 820; horse keep, three nights, $1.50	
Labourers on Snow Shoe Creek Trail	
do. Keithley do	
do. Lightning do.  . ..'.	
do. Barkerville and Sugar Creek Trail	
do. Slough Creek, Dragon, and Clubs Lake Trails	
do. Stanley and Slough Creek Trail	
do. Chilcotin Road	
do. Hawks Road and Pinchbeck Trail	
do.    Building 300 ft. of bulk-head below Barkerville, per agreement
Labour on Man Sing Road, H days @ $3	
Shovel for do. 	
Charges on packages	
Sharpening and steeling picks for Chilcotin'trail and road!..........
Blacksmithing and supplying new picks	
Packing tools for Hardscrabble trail party, with horse, 2 days @$3.'.
1,150 feet of lumber for cribbing  	
Labour at bridge across Chisholm Creek 	
Freight on tools, blankets, etc., from Barkerville to Stanley ........
Two shovels for trail work 	
Repairing trails to Burns Mountain, 7£ days @"$i,..................
Axes and spikes for road men	
Crosscut saw for do.        	
One pair of bellows, rope, etc    ...........[.....
Hauling timber for Chilcotin Road	
Labour on do. t
Moving camp from Soda Creek on Chilcotin Trail!  .................
do. and hauling timber for cribbing on Hawk's Road ...
Labour repairing Man Sing Road, 14 days @ $3
do. Nixon Creek Trail and clearing fallen timber	
do. Jack of Clubs Creek Trail,    ' 10 days Sb 83.50
Removing fallen trees on Barkerville & Sugar Ck. Trails, 3   ,,      '   4
Use of horse on Snow Shoe Creek Trail, from 1st June to 30th Novr
Sundry tools for use on do. 	
Labour repairing Antler and Grouse Creek Trails,' 7 days'® $4 ''
do. do. do. 6   ,,' 4
Carried forward	
3,416 20
10,875 45
36 00
45 00
56 40
11 00
4 00
3 00
20 00
45 00
38 12
3 50
43 15
178 97
165 00
3 00
6 CO
3 00
3 00
3 00
6 50
36 00
6 00
9 50
5 00
32 34
2 50
1 00
31 50
40 00
48 68
11 00
4 50
7 50
2 50
2 00
112,573 86
11,762 09
20 25
66 00
84 50
79 50
8 75
129 50
94 50
30 00
31 50
563 75
7C6 00
208 25
322 00
695 75
623 50
810 25
120 25
50 00
4 50
2 00
3 75
8 25
46 50
6 00
69 50
5 00
14 50
4 50
30 00
9 CO
6 00
8 62
1 60
3 00
5 00
7 00
42 00
30 00
35 00
12 00
44 00
21 29
28 00
24 00
3,416 20
5,055 16
.124,335 95 110
Puplic Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
S   cts.
8   cts.
$  cts.
HMcDermott	
Mason & Daly	
C P O'Neil	
T Meldrum	
J Salmon	
J Swan	
J Evans 	
R Graham	
J F Hawks	
T J Stevens	
P Eagan	
A Sharp	
S Walker	
A McNaughton	
Pom. Govt. Telegraphs..
Pay Sheets	
'Do        	
Do        	
I B Nason	
J Nutt	
S A Rogers	
C P O'Neil	
Mason & Daly	
W W Dodd	
J Peeples	
W Trelaise	
J F Hawks	
A Carson	
Hudson Bay Co ,
B C Express Co	
W A Johnston	
Frank, Indian	
PC Dunlevy	
J Solmon	
E Deslorier	
R McLeese	
Fletcher & McNaughton.
J Hunter	
C Laronde 	
Pay List	
Pay Lists	
Lorenzo Estate..
D" Griffiths	
P Leonard 	
J Blaney	
R D Mather	
J Blany	
F P Armstrong.
G A Gouin	
J F Callbreath	
S Brierly	
J Mitchell	
PMcCabe	
S J McAllister	
Callbreath, Grant & Cook
M S Richards	
J Clearihue	
T Harvey	
S Smith	
Jackson, Indian	
M Larkins	
JMcrrirleld.../....	
J Finlayson	
Johnny, Indian	
T Harvey	
G Thompson	
N McLure	
Albion Iron Works	
J Pellan	
F Mills	
W P Wilson	
T Harvey	
H Thibert	
J Moffatt	
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote 133.—Cariboo DistHct.—Concluded.
Labour repairing bulk-head near Barkerville .
Hay, grain, shovels, axes, etc	
Blacksmithing	
Moving camp	
Labour on Chilcotin Road,
Ferrying tools, etc., across Fraser River to Soda Creek.
Labour on road, 15
do. 24
Hauling timber, grindstone, coal, on Hawk's Road	
Cutting out trail from Quesnelle to Manson Creek...
Work on trail,
Labour repairing trail on Cunningham Creek,
Labour on trail between Mosquito and Sugar Creeks,
do.       Stanley and Devil's Canyon Trail,
Sundry messages, re road work	
Labourers on Jack of Clubs Lake Trail	
do. Stanley-Barkerville Road	
do. general trail work	
Lumber for use on trails	
Labour on trail from Grouse Creek to French Creek .
Shovels 	
Sharpening and repairing road tools	
Anvil, bellows, powder, etc	
Sundry tools §40.75 ; labour with horse $19.50	
Blacksmithing        	
Labour on Burn's Mountain Trail	
Making bridge at Deep Creek, and clearing road, etc.
Repairing tools, Chilcotin Road	
Powder, fuse, and caps,    do.
5 days @ S3
3
3.25
4 days @ §4
5 „ 3.50
4 ,, 3.50
3    „            3.50
do.
do.
do.
do.
Expressage on axes,
Steel drills,
Moving camp,
Shovel,
Use of horse hauling timber, Chilcotin Road
Timber for Barkerville-Willow Road	
Sundry tools and supplies for roads and trails..
Supplies for trail party	
do. do.        	
Horse hire	
Labourers on road, Barkerville to Willow River .
Vote No. 13/f.—Kootenay District.
Labourers on sundry trails	
Axes for road work	
Sharpening and repairing tools, etc	
Labour on trail from Joseph's Prairie to Weaver Creek,       5 days
do.    on Moyea Trail, Irishman's Ranch to Galbraith's     6   „
Axe for work on Fort Shepherd Trail .-.	
Labour on general trail work, 8   ,, 4
do. do. 19   ,, 4
Labour cutting out and grading trail, Columbia River to Canyon Creek
Vote No. 135.—Cassiar District.
Bracing Tooyea Bridge	
Travelling expenses of A. W. Vowell, superintending trails and bridges
Clearing McDame Creek Trails of fallen timber, etc. ..
Labour putting in corduroy, etc., on main trail, 37 days @ 85
Repairing corduroy, bridges, etc., Telegraph & Glenora T. 15   ,,
Supplying stringers for Telegraph Creek Bridge	
Meals'for A. W. Vowell, with Indian, inspecting roads	
Provisions for   do. do. do. 	
. Vowell, inspecting trails, 14
23
4
1
20
21
4
Labour on Thibert Creek Trail,
do. do.
Packing blankets, etc., for A. W
Labour on main trail, Cassiar,
do.     Thibert Creek Trail,
do. do. cutting out timber,
do.     trail between Thibert and McDame Creeks,
Clearing timber on do. do.
do. Dease Creek Trail,
do. do. 	
Bolts, washers, etc., 2nd North Fork Bridge	
Labour on trail between Glenora and Telegraph Creek,       6
Clearing snow off bridges and clearing timber off trail	
do.   fallen timber from trail, Tooyea B. to 40-mile post, "20
do. do.      & slides, Dease & Thibert Cks. Trails, I2h
do. do.     off Thibert Creek Trail, 3
Labour repairing bridges and trails, 5
Carried forward.
days @ S5
5
2
5
5
5
2
3,416 20
5,055 16 124,335 95
2S2 60
7 50
39 38
10 50
9 00
15 00
2 00
45 00
78 00
22 60
200 00
16 00
17 60
14 00
10 50
5 18
198 00
2,257 25
477 00
36 60
27 00
4 00
140 25
119 65
60 25
50 75
3 50
282 60
1 00
35 50
3 25
2 50
8 00
2 00
15 00
85 90
27 20
7 00
14 00
10 00
586 00
1,857 50
4 50
15 75
20 00
24 00
3 50
32 00
76 00
100 00
20 00
32 00
75 00
185 00
60 00
5 00
8 00
5 40
40 00
40 00
28 00
116 00
20 00
5 00
40 00
105 00
20 00
20 00
192 40
24 00
40 00
10 00
62 50
15 00
30 00
10,001 42
2,133 25
1,197 30 136,470 62 48 Vic.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
Ill
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
9   ets.
8   cts.
8   ets.
3,718 80
1,197 30
696 45
54 00
136,470 62
XII— PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wiiaryes.—Continued.
Vote No. 135.—Cassiar District—Concluded.
Labour and superintending Dease Creek Trail, 4 mons. & 11 days @ 8130
Vote No. 136.—Main Trunk Road.
Section 1.
Supt. Black, 12 months @ 8150 = 81,800; labourers 85,784.69, from 1st
Julv, 1883, to 30th June, 1884	
1,947 75
7,534 69
29 16
15 00
27 50
3 00
477 98
2 00
6 00
11 00
13 26
2 25
28 62
6 00
1 00
83 00
50 00
1 50
10 50
3 00
11 00
11 00
5 00
12 83
50
121 00
55 00
81 62
15 00
150 00
7,738 38
00 00
9 50
27 05
12 32
103 79
2 00
4 00
7 75
125 00
5 00
6 50
90 00
12 48
2 00
2 50
3 00
37 00
410 67
.   6 50
17 60
150 81
112 03
1 00
3 00
82 04
10 50
67 87
2 50
14 31
4 50
1 50
2 60
4 50
116 02
6 00
3 00
31 10
51 11
2 00
18 00
Hay                                                                       	
HB Dart	
H Blatehford	
4,000 feet of plank            	
C P N Co	
Passage of Supt. Black, Port Hammond to Victoria, and return	
CPSCo	
Section 2.
Supt. Stevenson, 12 months @ §150-81,800; labourers 785,938.33	
S M Nelson	
200 lbs. of bran	
H Blacthford	
J& WHull	
Dom. Govt. Telegraphs..
J Phair	
H Blatehford	
W McGaw	
S M Nelson	
J McCully	
W Mcgaw	
HBDart	
L Hovvson	
T Benton 	
E Skuse	
do	
B C Express Co	
Two pairs of string back bells	
Postmaster (Lytton)	
Stamps for Supt. Stevenson	
J Johnson   	
do.   repairing wheelbarrows	
3,718 80
19,075 33
138,418 37 112
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
8   cts.
8   cts.
Napoleon, Indian ...
P Moreus	
Langley Bros	
A F Keefer	
R Phare	
F G Kirkpatrick	
J McKay	
G B Martin	
J Jane	
J B Leighton	
J Stuart	
T Burton	
Pay Lists	
C B Eagle	
Marshal & Smith	
R McLeese	
P C Dunlevv	
J McCully	
I Saul	
G Tinker	
W Keathley	
Abel & Felker	
G Johnston	
T M Hamilton	
FW Foster	
D Smith	
E Dougherty	
WCargyle	
J E Smith	
B C Express Co	
W Barker	
J Wright	
Veith, Borland &■ Co
Charley, Indian	
R McLeese	
A Switzer	
C Mclntyre	
McLellan & Co	
J Campbell	
G Johnston	
D Murphy	
R Carson	
M Gillon	
U Nelson	
McLellan & Co	
P Garrigan	
J Ehalt	
J Robertson	
J Mundorf	
J H St. Laurent	
W A Johnston	
Do 	
Do 	
Do 	
Do 	
Do 	
Do 	
Do 	
Do 	
Do 	
Do 	
Do 	
Do 	
Do 	
Do 	
Do 	
Do 	
1)0 	
Do 	
Do 	
Do 	
Do 	
Do 	
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets. Bridoes, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 136.—Main Trunk Road.—Continued.
Section 2.—Concluded.
Moving camp	
Hay	
Hay	
Shovel   	
Removing drift wood at Spence's Bridge	
10,100 feet of bridge planking	
Horse hire	
Lumber, and freight on same	
Hay, shovels, and spikes	
Barlev	
Hay	
Shoeing horses	
Sections 3 axd 4.
Supt. J. Robertson, 9J months @ 8130=81,235; labourers 84,785.80.
Barley	
Horse keep, hay, and grain	
Grain	
Sharpening tools	
Shovels and grain	
Horse keep and hay	
Horse keep for Supt Robertson   	
do. do. 	
Grain and hay	
Sharpening tools	
Hay, grain, and horse keep	
Sundrv road tools 	
Hay	
Barley	
Hay and grain	
Horse keep   	
Hay and grain	
Services as cook for road party	
Hay and grain	
Hay and oats   	
Labour on road	
Hay, grain, and horse keep	
Labour on road  	
Repairing weigh bridge	
Iron 	
Hay and grain	
Sharpening tools, etc	
Hay and grain	
Horse keep   	
4 tons of hay @ 825	
Grain, etc	
Sharpening tools, etc	
Shoeing horses	
Horse keep   	
Horse hire	
Repairing bridges, etc., 12 days @ 83	
Sections 5 and 6.
Salary as Superintendent, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884, @ 8150...
Section 5—On account of Contract No. 32, Certificate 20, 8358 @ 75%
423
364
355
393
348
173
96
95
94
125
424
608
546
do. do.                       do.             do.       21,   374
do. do.                       do.             do.       22,   263
do. do.                       do.             do.       23,   102
do. do.                       do.             do.
do. do.                       do.             do.
do. do.                         do.              do.
do. do.                       do.             do.
do. Payments on Certificates (20 to 27) amounting to 82,319 @ 15%
Section 6—On account of Contract No. 33, Certificate 23, 8652 @ 75%
do. do.                       do.             do.       24,   475
do. do.                       do.             do.
do. do.                       do.             do.
do. do.                       do.             do.
do. do.                       do.             do.
do. do.                         do.              do.
do. do.                         do.              do.
do. do.                         do.              do.
do. do.                       do.             do.
do. do.                         do.              do.
do. do.                       do.             do.
do. Payments on certificates (23 to 34) amounting to 84,029' @ 15%
Balance on Sections 5 and 6, Contracts 32 and 33, to end of second year,
viz.;—30th September, 1883, less 10% retained	
Carried forward	
21.
22,
23,
24,
25,
26,
27,
24,
25,
26,
27,
28,
29,
30,
31,
32,
33,
34,
3,718 i
19,075 33
3,718 80
3 00
9 96
13 62
1 50
5 00
333 30
10 00
16 88
14 54
9 60
36 34
2 00
6,020 80
20 25
75 00
16 07
2 00
51 81
62 34
7 00
2 00
23 00
19 25
57 60
43 12
5 00
6 72
8 75
30 00
24 25
63 44
3 00
66 00
5 00
13 20
27 00
7 00
2 50
1 60
12 50
7 55
2 00
100 00
210 85
245 63
4 00
16 72
30 00
36 00
1,800 00
268 50
280 50
197 25
76 50
60 00
317 25
273 00
266 25
347 85
489 00
356 26
294 75
261 00
129 75
72 00
71 25
70 50
93 75
318 00
456 00
409 50
604 35
2,477 70
138,418 37
35,850 82
138,418 37 48 Vic.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
113
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
8   cts.
8   cts.
■8   cts.
J Uren	
P McKitrick ....
S M Nelson	
Pay List	
A Coutlie	
Tapola, Indian..
J Phair	
Johnny, Indian.
J Campbell	
A B Ferguson...
J C Stuart	
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.—Concluded.
Vote No. 136.—Main Trunk Road.—Concluded.
Savona-Nicola Section.
P McQuade & Son.
B C Express Co ...
J Miller	
A Murchison.
T Atkins	
W D Patterson	
MW Waitt & Co	
G Murdock	
C E Perry, C.E	
CHufl	
J Montgomery	
George, Indian	
Woods & Turner	
G Cushing	
W Caine	
J Johnson 	
M Woods	
T Spelman	
Woods & Turner, C.E. ..
Do 	
B F Dillon	
Matthews,Richards & Tye
P McQuade* Son	
Harris & Harg-reaves,C.E
Horse keep for Supt. Stevenson.
Hay	
Horse keep  	
Labourers	
Hay	
Grain 	
Horse keep and hay	
Grain	
Horse keep 	
do	
Labour, 4£ days @ 82.50 	
Vote No. 137—Lillooet Ferry.
Rope, sheaves, blocks, etc	
Freight on rope and blocks, as per agreement	
Maintenance, as per agreement, 1st Jan. '83, to 1 May, '84, @ 8750 $ ai
Vote No. 137a.—Coast Meridian Road (amount due A. Murchison
on annulled Contract, 1878).
Settlement in full of Contract No. 9, 1878	
3,718 80    35,850 82 138,418 37
Vote No. 138.—Surveys throughout the Province.
Assisting W. D. Patterson to survey Jordan Meadows, 18 days @ 82
Surveying Jordan Meadows, 18 days @ 89; office work, 3   ,, 6
Aneroid barometers 	
Services as Chainman examining Eagle Pass Waggon Road	
do       Engineer do. do. 10 days @ 810
Chainman on survey of Government Reserve, Lambly's Landing
Surveying do. do.       4 days @ 83.50; provisions 86
Use of canoe for survey party, Spallumcheen	
Surveying Lot 221, Group I, Port Moody, expenses 88,   5 days @ 86.50
3
3
1.60
Labour as axeman,      do. do.
do. do. do.
Hire of boat, do. do.
Surveying do. do.
Board and lodging for C. E. Perry at Kamloops,
Making tracings of sub-divisions of Lots 190, 201, 802.
Surveying site of Registry Office, Asylum, etc	
Conveying W. Ralph & 2 assistants, with baggage, Vict, to Goldstream
Axes and cooking utensils for A. S. Farwell at Menzies Bay
Tent, etc., for                                 do.                    do.
Surveying lots at Clinton	
3 „
li ..
3" ,,
New West. Dist.
T N Hibben & Co	
W G Bowman	
L R Dole	
A S Farwell, C.E	
Do 	
Do 	
Do 	
P Rouse	
W A Baillie-Grohman..
P McQuade & Son	
V & E Telephone Co...
Pay Lists	
Spring Yale Water Co.
Kinipple & Morris per
W Bennett	
Vote No. 138a.—Exploratory Survey, Kootenay River
Reclamation Scheme.
Surveyor's note books and stationery	
Conveying A. S. Farwell's baggage to steamer	
Carrying message from Kootenay Lake to the Columbia from Farwell
to Sproat  	
Expenses for passage on steamer & railway Vict, to Sand Point, & return
Travelling allowance from Victoria to Sand Point, and return, 9 d. @ 85
Salary examining Kootenay River & Kootenay Lake outlet, 1st August
to 30th November, @ $150 per month
Preparing Report, Kootenay Reclamation Scheme, 35 days @ 8150 ,
Conveying baggage from steamer to hotel	
Services for transport of Messrs. Farwell and Sproat, including board
and supplies, from 19th July to 80th October, 1883	
Tent, canvas, etc	
375 00
Graving Dock.
Vic., Chap. 20—Contract No. 3. (F. B. McNamee & Co.)
Use of telephone, July and August, 1883
Engineer, foreman, and labourers	
60 tons water  	
Vote No. 138b.—Kinipple & Morris—Resident Engineer's Salary.
Salary of Resident Engineer, July and August, @ 8182.25 per month .
Carried fonvard , ,	
1 60
36 42
55 89
952 11
44 55
27 18
12 96
25 53
1 60
8 00
11 25
192 90
132 70
1,000 00
4,393 80
36 00
180 00
75 00
41 00
100 00
2 50
20 00
2 00
40 60
10 50
10 50
4 50
4 50
6 00
20 00
43 00
7 50
15 37
11 50
35 00
10 87
1 25
24 50
89 80
46 00
551 60
172 10
75
1,190 99
39 10
7 00
1,617 87
60 00
37,027 71
1,325 60
i 00
177,071 78
2,125 96
2,791 33
1,684 87
364 50
2,049 37 114
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
8   cts.
8   cts.
8   cts.
"Colonist".,
"Columbian"	
"Evening Post"..
"Inland Sentinel"
"Free Press"	
R T Williams	
T N Hibben & Co ....
M W Waitt & Co	
C Morton	
TR Pearson & Co	
Do 	
Do 	
Do 	
Hudson Bay Co	
Mason &Daly	
WDodd	
E Pimbury & Co	
S A Rogers	
T Carrington	
Callbreath, Grant & Cook
F W Foster	
U Nelson	
J Mclntyre	
B H Wilson	
W Newbury	
A Onderdonk	
E Lequime	
H F Keefer	
Mara & Wilson	
J Conncannon	
T L Briggs	
R D Mathers	
Brought forward	
XIII.—MISCELLANEOUS.
Vote No. 139.—Advertising.
Advertising sundry notices	
do. do	
do. do	
do. do	
do. do	
Vote No. 140.—Stationery.
Ruling, binding, & perforating sundry books 8792.95 ; rubber stamps 845
Sundry stationery for Offices, James' Bay	
Wells, Fargo & Co	
B C Express Co	
Postmaster, Victoria...
Do Do     ...
Do   Kamloops...
Do   Yale	
Do   Barkerville..
Do   Lillooet	
Do   Maple Bay ..
Do   Nanaimo....
Do   Okanagan...
Do    Lytton	
Do   Clinton   ....
Postmaster, New West'r.
T R Pearson	
MW Waitt & Co	
A McDonnell	
G Dakin	
W Thomas	
R G Tatlow	
J Cameron	
Jackson, an Indian ....
Postmaster, Granville..
H HDShuttleworth...
Postmaster, Hope	
W A Franklin	
J Clapperton	
F Littler	
F Homer 	
Jimmy, an Indian	
Joe, do	
R Highland	
N. Pacific Express Co. ..
Postmaster, Quesnelle...
EFHolt  	
E Kelly	
J C Callbreath	
C P N Co	
H Nicholson	
J B Leighton   	
Callbreath, Grant & Cook
C Boyle	
H Redgrave	
G H Reed	
EBray 	
do. do.
do. do.
Government Agent, New Westminster	
do. Lytton	
do. Yale	
Toll Office	
Government Agent, Barkerville 	
do. do. 	
do. Okanagan	
do. Nanaimo	
do. Cariboo	
glass for Registrar-General's Office	
Stationery for Government Agent, Cassiar	
do. do, Clinton	
do. do. do	
do. do. Lytton	
do. Collector Miller, Burrard Inlet	
Straps and buckles for Registrar of Supreme Court, Victoria.
Four index books	
Stationery for Government Agent, Okanagan	
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Rubber stamp,
Gold pen,
Stationery,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Lytton .
Kamloops	
New Westminster
do.
Kootenay   	
Vote No. 141.—Postage.
Immigration Office	
Government Agent, Kamloops
Expressage on letters, &c	
do. do. parcels to sundry places.
Postage for all Departments.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Rent of box
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Yale.
Barkerville	
Lillooet	
Maple Bay  	
Nanaimo	
Okanagan   	
Lytton	
Clinton	
New Westminster .
Postage stamps for Government Agent, New Westminster
do. sundry offices	
Expressage on parcels to Kamloops	
Expressage on letters from Cassiar 	
do. do.   from Dease Lake to Telegraph Creek,
Stamps for Lieutenant-Governor at Ashcroft   	
Expressage on package from McDame Creek to Laketon ..
Carrying papers from Glenora to Fort Wrangel	
Stamps for Collector and Constable at Granville	
Expressage on books from Hope to Osoyoos	
Stamps for Collector at Osoyoos	
Expressage to Post and B. C. Express Offices  	
Postage for Collector, Nicola	
Expressage on letters to and from Keithley Creek .
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
on package from Victoria to New Westminster ..
do.       from Glenora to Laketon	
on letters from McDame Creek to Laketon	
do.   from Cassiar	
on map of British Columbia to Montreal	
Postage for Collector at Quesnelle	
Expressage on packages at New Westminster 	
Stamps for Kootenay Office	
Expressage on Government letters, etc., Cassiar to Victoria.
do.       on Statutes, Victoria to Nanaimo   	
Stamps for Office at Osoyoos 	
Expressage on packages 	
do.       on letters from Telegraph Creek	
on packages from McDame Creek to Laketon	
on parcels to Kicking Horse Pass	
on letters from do. to Victoria	
do. do. do	
do.
do.
do.
do.
Carried forward.
4,410 95
705 40
268 17
157 20
86 38
19 50
837 95
728 45
1,055 19
47 49
206 46
9 92
38 12
3 50
2 25
15
9 00
66 89
6 50
4 50
3 00
10 50
3 75
17 35
9 63
15 00
10 00
3 25
2 CO
19 75
1 00
5 00
6 76
31 35
145 90
705 20
60 OS
60 00
62 45
44 00
31 05
33 50
09 02
34 97
38 00
69 81
9 75
199.92
10 30
4 75
7 50
6 00
4 50
2 50
1 00
4 50
6 00
5 00
7 00
20 00
87 00
50
3 00
2 00
2 50
1 50
5 00
2 00
5 00
10 00
37
6 00
3 60
2 00
5 00
10 00
3 75
9 00
1,226 65
3,139 07
1,881 77  4,365 72 48 Vic.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
115
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
8   cts.
8   cts.
D Griffith	
J Clearihue 	
J Maynard	
Wells, Fargo & Co
Dom. Govt. Telegraph .
Bank of BC	
Hudson Bay Co	
J Pascoe	
LW Holmes	
Powers Bros	
CPNCo	
Indian Cider	
J Engelhardt   	
Victoria Gas Co	
J Clearihue 	
J J Ballaritine	
F W Foster 	
Indian Charlie	
J Hawser 	
Veith, Borland & Co .
H McGregor	
T Gowdy	
Bob, Indian	
Laurent, do	
A Jules	
A Lampron	
Aleck, Indian	
, E Deslorier	
H Elliott	
Jack, Indian	
J Stewart	
Kimball & Gladwin...
Charley, Indian	
Do 	
J Mclntyre	
D Smith	
T Coeroy	
U Lemon	
Kotlas, Indian	
T Hayes	
H F Keefer	
Mara & Wilson	
Callbreath, Grant & Cook
Willing, Williamson & Co
T N Hibben & Co ....
Do 	
M W Waitt & Co	
FLTuckfield	
J Parsons	
H J Morgan	
T Harrison	
R T Williams	
"Evening Post"	
J E Lemieux	
"Columbian"	
C McCormack	
Welch, Rithet & Co ..
Willing, Williamson & Co
T N Hibben & Co	
Do 	
Customs, Victoria	
Summer, Whitney & Co
R T Williams	
"Gazette" Printing Co..
W A Taylor	
M W Waitt & Co	
Brought forward	
XIII.—MISCELLANEOUS.—Continued.
Vote No. 141.—Postage.—Concluded,
Stamps for Government Office, Kootenay	
Expressage on package from Victoria	
Expressage on packages to Post Office	
do.      on letters from Cassiar	
Vote No. 142.—Telegrams.
Telegrams to and from sundry places	
do.      to and from San Francisco, etc..
Vote No. 143.—Fuel and Light.
1 case coal oil, lamp, burner, etc., for office at Yale	
20 cords of fire w-ood, do. 	
Piling do. do. 	
Coal oil, lamp glasses, etc., do. 	
10 tons of coal, do. 	
Sawing two cords of wood, do. 	
Coal and wood supplied to Government Offices, James' Bay .
Gas supplied do. do.
1 case of coal oil for Office at Laketon	
do. do.       Stickeen	
do. do.       Clinton  	
9^ cords of wood for Toll House at Yale	
6" do. for Government Office, Richfield   	
Candles and 1 case of coal oil, Govt. Office, Forks Quesnelle
Wood for Office, Clinton 	
Charges on 1 case of coal oil, Yale to Spence's Bridge   	
Wood for Government Office, Kamloops.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
Sawing wood for     do.
Wood for do.
Coal for do.
do.
do	
do	
do	
Richfield	
New Westminster
Lvtton ,
4,410 05      1,881 77
6 32
6 00
12 00
5 00
3 cords of w-ood for do.
Alcohol for gas meters, Govt. Offices, Victoria .
Hauling coal from steamer to Court House ...
Cutting wood for Office, Yale....
Lytton .
do.    .
Clinton .
do.
Wood for do.
Coal oil, burners, etc., do.
Wood for do.
do.                                          do.
Wood for Court House, Cowichan	
do.    Office, Yale	
do. do	
Lamp illuminators, etc., Office, Lytton	
Candles, oil, etc., do.   Kamloops 	
Wood for Govt. Office, Telegraph Creek	
Vote No. 144.—Library, Legislative and Departmental.
O'Malley and Hardcastle's Election Reports, and Rogers on Elections
15 Clarke's Magistrates' Manuals, @ 9i>   	
2 copies of Slater's Code, and 1 Criminal Law of Canada 	
2 Ontario Reports	
2 copies of " Daily Standard," 12 months, to 30th June, 1884	
do.      "Daily Colonist," do. do. 	
7 copies of Dominion Annual Register, 1882	
12 Colonial Office Lists	
Binding 50 vols. Rules of Court, daily papers, and B. C. Gazettes, etc
1 copy for 12 months, and extra copy for 6 months, to 30th June, 1884
1 copy Hansard Debates of House of Commons
2 copies for 12 months 	
do.    each, "Mainland Guardian" and "Nanaimo Free Press" 12 mo.
Vote No. 145.—Library, Attorney-General's Department.
Freight, duty, etc., on books from San Francisco  	
Sundry books 	
Law Reports from 1876 to 1883	
Sundry law books 	
Duty on      do	
Sundry        do	
Binding sundry law- books	
Subscription to " Legal New-s," 2 years @ 84; 55 extra copies 85.50
do. "Manitoba Law Gazette"	
do. to Ontario Reports and Appeal Reports   	
Carried forward,
1,179 26
6 95
13
110 00
1 00
64 38
120 00
2 50
740 10
603 40
16 00
12 00
12 00
28 50
28 50
21 60
18 00
2
10 50
10 50
16 75
13 50
1 00
25 00
92 00
19 50
40 50
10 00
4 50
9 75
9 87
28 00
3 75
4 00
45 00
CO 00
1 75
9 15
16 50
26 75
75 00
9 25
10 00
26 00
26 00
21 20
15 00
130 00
18 00
7 00
6 00
26 00
12 00
69 25
360 00
58 95
1 50
70 25
11 25
13 50
7 60
10 00
4,410 95    10,691 4
1,910 C9
1,186 21
396 20
614 20 116
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
8   cts.
9   cts.
9  cts.
4,410 95
9 00
50 00
20 00
10,691 45
XIII.—MISCELLANEOUS.—Continued.
Vote No. 146.—Refunds.
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
9 00
25 00
2 50
6 54
25 00
5 00
3 00
18 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
33 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
8 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
25 00
327 50
2 55
10 00
60 00
20 00
2 20
20 00
25 87
10 00
80 00
11 25
19 70
13 71
9 10
4 00
25 00
6 00
3 25
2 00
2 00
369 38
10 00
5 25
F Wylde       	
CTDupont...
WKBull	
do.                      do.   .                 accounted for but not collected ....
do.                      do.                             do.                     do.               ....
H B Roycraft	
-
GC Tunstall	
do.       Provincial Revenue Tax, accounted for but not collected...
do        6               do.           Receipts; accounted for but not collected
do,                    do.                     accounted for but not collected ..
W Smith	
W S Smyth
Moiety of fine paid by Indian Ellen, supplying liquor to Indians	
Refund of Probate Duty, estate of H. McKay	
Drake & Jackson	
Refund of money paid by W. Duncan, Comox, on land since made
do.       Survey fee, Lot 119, Group I., Kamloops (paid twice)	
H V Edmonds	
do.      Survey fee, Lot 301, Group I., New Westminster (twice paid)
do.       deposit of 880 on application to purchase land (pre-empted)
C M Beak	
Bank of B N A	
do.       loss on Govt, assay gold bars; Error in assay by Assayer Bliss
do.                            do.                             do.                         do.
do.                           do.                           do.                       do.
Garesehe, Green & Co ...
Bank of B C	
J T Edwards, J P	
Refund of J. P's. fees, re Anderson, included in error in Court fines	
Do
Langley Municipality....
Refund of Real Property and Wild Land Tax paid by H. Mathers in 1880,
N W Bole	
Vote No. 147.—Premium on Guarantee Bonds.
1,259 80
481 65
Guarantee Co of N A	
Vote No. 148.—Allowance to Officer at Kootenay.
16 00
149 99
33 33
A W Vowell
Vote No. 149.—Fire Department, Victoria.
199 32
1,5C0 00
W McColl, Treasurer	
Vote No. 150.—Fire Department, Nanaimo.
600 00
Vote No. 151.—Fire Department, New Westminster.
500 00
4,489 95
15,132 22 48 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1881.
117
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
S   cts.
g   cts.
A Mouat, Secretary ..
J Stone,      do
RClarke	
T N Hibben & Co	
II Coomes	
H Webb, Treasurer	
H Fry, do
JTMdlmoyl.do
Vic. &Esq. Tel. Co....
N.W. &Pt. M. Tel. Co,
J Orr, Treasurer	
H McDame	
GM Sproat	
Do        	
Do        	
Do        	
HFry&Co	
Antoine, Indian	
II Baldwin	
Western Union Tel. Co
Warner & Roe.	
M Oppenheimer & Co .
Milture, Indian	
Str Spallumcheen	
J Jones	
L R Dole	
J A Mara	
Str Spallumcheen	
D D Power	
A McDonald	
Ferguson & Newland..
Cornwall Bros	
J Tait	
C P N Co	
B Huphreys	
Sealy, Mason & Co ,...
W A Franklin	
G M Sproat	
Mason & Daly	
Do        	
Do        	
PC Dunlevy	
Do        	
R McLeese	
Hudson Bay Co	
Do 	
Do 	
S A Rogers	
T Stoeker 	
Shushwap Milling- Co..
Hudson Bay Co/.	
L Gallbraitii	
W W Dodd	
Do        	
S A Rogers	
J Peebles	
J Bovd	
WB'Scuyler	
Str Spallumcheen	
J A Mara 	
Str W G Hunt	
N N Chittenden	
Brought forward	
XIII.—MISCELLANEOUS.—Continued.
Vote No. 152.—Fire Department, Cariboo.
Portion of grant in aid	
Balance of do       	
Vote No. 153.—Fire Department, Yale.
Grant in aid	
Vove No. 154.—Reporting Judges' Decisions.
5 reams of book paper	
Copying and comparing decisions for Law Reports	
Vote No. 155.—Agricultural Societies.
Grant in aid of Chilliwhack Society	
do. Cowiehan       do	
do. Saanich do.
Vote No. 156.—Telephone Service.
For Government Offices, Victoria, 12 months to 30th June, 1884....
For New Westminster Office 	
Vote No.  157.—British Columbia Agricultural Association, in Aid
of Provincial Exhibition.
Grant in aid 	
Vote 158.—In aid of Prospecting and Explorations.
In aid of prospecting Skeena River	
Reporting on explorations in Kootenay, 12th July, 1S83, to 7th Febr.,
1884, @ §150 per month	
Paid for passages, Victoria to Spokane Falls, Reporting Kootenay Exp.
Travelling allowance, Victoria to Colville, 16' days @ $5,       do.
Paid for meals and beds at sundry places from Cook' Perry, do.
Provisions, etc., do.
Horse hire, Kootenay Lake to Sand Point, do.
Horse keep at Sand Point, do.
Sundry telegrams, do.
Conveying G. M. Sproat to White's Landing, do.
Sundry provisions and cooking utensils, do.
Packing for G. M. Sproat, do.
Passage and freight of J. Hogan, Shushwap to Kamloops,    do.
Packing and canoe hire for G. M. Sproat, do.
do. labour in canoe, 7 days @ 83.50, do.
Paid for telegram to Sand Point, do.
Passage of G. M. Sproat, Kamloops to Savona Ferry, do.
Board and lodging, do. do. do.
Stage fare for do.   Savona Ferry to Cache Creek,        do.
Board and lodging, do. do.
Meals and bed, do. do.
Coach hire, do.   Cache Creek to Yale, do.
Passage of do.    Yale to Victoria, do.
Freight on baggage, do.   Spokane Falls to Victoria , do.
Candles, etc., do.
Expressage to steamer, do.
Condensing and compiling Report on Kootenay Explorations	
Provisions supplied Stewart and Wilson, exploring N.E. of Barkerville
do. James Robinson and Frank Petran 	
do. Pearce and Schuyler	
do. LeClair prospecting party, South Fork Lake	
do. C. McKinnon do.       Nation Lake	
do. do. do. do	
Provisions and tools,     do. do. do	
Freight on provisions,   do. do. do	
Provisions and tools supplied W. Stewart, exploring	
Provisions supplied Robinson and Petran,       do	
In aid of prospecting on Vancouver Island, near Quallicum	
Supplies for prospecting party in Spallumcheen section  	
do. do. do. 	
Packing provisions, etc., for F. Patron and party, Cassiar	
Provisions supplied Johns, Porter, and Swan, Cariboo	
do. Trelaisc, Dodd & Co., do	
do. MeGuire and Ross, do	
do. do. do	
do. Fleming and Synon, do	
Potatoes, packing, and horse hire, do	
Passages, etc., for Ratchford and party, including freight 	
Goods supplied to do. Spallumcheen section	
Passages, meals, & beds for Stoeker & Harris, Vict, to Quallicum, & ret,
On account of a sum of §1,500 agreed to be paid for exploring and
reporting on Queen Charlotte Island   —
Carried fonoard.
4,489 95
t,489 95
250 00
250 00
50 00
47 20
166 68
166 66
166 66
294 00
4 26
100 00
1,030 00
48 10
80 00
22 75
2 75
5 00
1 50
10 25
45 00
225 22
15 00
6 00
5 00
24 50
1 75
2 00
5 50
4 00
10 00
1 60
15 00
15 00
6 50
2 76
3 50
237 00
75 00
118 00
81 00
85 15
74 17
46 30
120 05
84 00
50 00
82 25
116 00
61 75
121 80
40" 00
150 0C
50 50
89 00
35 99
80 04
10 75
110 00
157 95
34 00
500 00
15,132 22
500 00
500 00
97 20
1,000 00
4,299 27
22,326 94 118
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th Junk, 1884.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
S   cts.
S   cts.
$   cts.
C J Leggatt	
II Anderson	
R W Armstrong.
C EHolt	
AV O Carter	
G W Aikman ...
II BW Aikman.
C J Leggatt.
R F Tolmie	
H H Wootton...
F W Jesse 	
R W Armstrong'
C EHolt	
F G Richards .
A Grant.
L Young	
A D White....
J Hirst	
J Thompson .,
G Pears	
J W Edgson ..
A Postill	
W W Wyeott .
A Terry	
R Glenn	
Victoria Water Works.
G Morison   	
Wells, Fargo & Co	
J A Gemoriell	
L Lowenberg	
W J French	
McAllister	
R G Tatlow	
W A Franklin	
CPNCo	
Angelique	
J Fell & Co	
F L Tuckiield	
J Parsons	
TN Hibben & Co. .
T Fletcher	
R T Williams	
W L Flood	
Yale Water Works..
II Ward	
W Nelson	
F L Budlong	
T Paine	
P McDonald	
Smilon & Adams ..
Mrs Deasy	
A W Carmiehael ..
J Smith	
Fellows & Prior...
W Smith	
Bank of B C	
R T Williams	
Lucv, Indian	
W H Falding	
H V Edmunds	
J P Planta	
A Vipond	
Hudson Bay Co ...
G Morison   	
E Marvin	
"Colonist"	
"Evening Post"
C Havward	
TMc'K Lambly.
Brought forward	
XIII.—MISCELLANEOUS.—Continued.
Vote No. 159.—Copying Records for Land Registry Office,
New Westminster.
Records, 1st July to 20th Deer., 1SS3, @ §100 per month
do.       1st January to 30th June, 1884,
Salary copyin
do.
do. do.        1st March to
do. do. do.
do. do.       1 month and 24 days,
Ruling numerical index, 21 months,
Extra night work supervising, during   Sh months
do. do. 8      ,,
do. transcribing, 12     ,,
12      „
m »
2       „
2       ,i
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
xtra work
copying;
maps
100
75       ,,
75        „
20
(ft $1.25 per hour
1.00 ,,
0.85 ,,
0.50 „
0.50 „
0.50 „
0.53
Vote No. 100.—Boxes is aid of Establishing a Steam Ferry,
New Westminster.
Grant in aid.
Vote No. 161.—Destruction of Wolves and Panthers in settled
Districts throughout the Province.
Bounty for 2 heads, Esquimalt District, Sooke	
do.
2
do.
1
do.
2
do.
1
do.
1
do.
4
do.
2
do.
1
do.
Nanaimo District.
Metchosin   	
Cowichan District .
Lillooet District   .,
do.
do.
4.489 9:
Vote No. 162.—Miscellaneous not Detailed.
Cutting thistles in Victoria School Reserve, as per agreement	
Water supplied to Government Buildings, 12months, to30th June, 18S4
Furniture polish, etc	
Express charges to W. A. Baillie-Grohman, Kootenay	
Two Parliamentary Companions   	
Fee, re arbitration on School Reserve, Victoria City	
Carriage hire for Lieutenant Governor and Sir A. Campbell  from Port
Moody to New Westminster, and during stay at New Westminster
Carriage hire for Lieutenant-Governor at Nanaimo	
Expenses incurred during visit of Lieut.-Governor at Nanaimo & New W
Expressage on parcels from Government Offices	
Freight on letter press from Victoria to Yale	
Cleaning Court room and Judges' room at Kamloops	
Brooms, soap, matches, etc., for Offices at James's Bay	
1 copy of " Daily Standard," 3 months, to 30th September, 18S3	
do.     " Daily Colonist," do. do. 	
10 copies of Clarke's Magistrates Manual, @ $5	
Press for Supreme Court Seal, repairing and cleaning die	
B. C. Directory for 3882-3, for use of Govt. Office, Cassiar	
Interment of R. McMillan, a pauper	
Water for Govt. Office at Yale, 12 months	
Repairing ambulance stretcher	
50 feet of hose, and couplings, Yale Office	
Interment of Kennedy, a pauper 	
Assisting to recover body of drowned man, and watching body	
Picking up body at Port Moody	
Cleaning and disinfecting latrines at Govt. Offices, Victoria	
Washing towels for do. do	
Removing a dead horse from Saanich Road 	
Sweeping chimneys in the Govt Offices, Victoria, 47 flues 	
One padlock, Attorney-General's Office 	
Services during illness of Messenger, 2 months @ $15, & 5 months @ $20
Exchange on drafts	
Mounting map of Canada	
Repairing Govt, tent	
Services as Secretary to Commissioners at Hospital & Asylum, 4 d. @ $5
do.       Commissioner, do. do.     6 „       5
do.       Secretary, re examination for Coal Mine Managers 5 ,,       4
Keys for Government Offices 	
4 Police cap£ for specials at the reception of the Governor-General	
Soap, etc	
3 punches for cancelling law stamps	
Subscription to Weekly for Dominion Agent §3;   Daily for British
Consul, San Francisco, SlO	
Subscription from 1st June to 1st December, 1S83	
Interment of three paupers :	
Searching- for W. C. Port, lost in woods, and burying body found..
Carried fonoard I    4,493 95
22,326 94
560 06
450 00
400 00
300 00
137 50
50 00
331 25
530 S3
823 63
500 00
469 75
. 74 25
62 25
255 00
5 00
5 00
2 00
5 00
2 50
2 50
10 00
5 00
2 50
7 50
181 00
4 75
3 00
4 00
25 00
35 00
5 00
14 00
S 00
1 CO
6 00
10 00
13 00
13 00
60 00
17 00
2 00
20 00
24 00
1 50
15 50
20 00
8 00
10 00
55 00
24 CO
2 50
47 CO
2 50
130 OC
1 45
3 00
2 00
20 CO
30 00
20 00
1 75
4 00
8 60
15 00
13 00
6 00
45 00
21 CO
974 Co
4,960 12
1,000 00
28,327 06 48 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
119
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
$   cts.
Indian 	
Do   Nicholas	
W Dodd	
Leon, Indian	
D P Leonard	
"Columbian"	
F L Budlong	
Wells, Fargo & Co	
C Haltz	
J W McDonald	
J F Miller	
T Robinson	
L Peterson	
J Knight	
T W Fletcher	
Lang'ey & Co	
R T Williams	
C ERedferu	
B C Express Co	
J Hilbert	
H F Heisterman	
Collector of Customs	
J Smith	
W Jackson, M.D	
Vctoria Transfer Co	
C C McKenzie	
H Cathcart	
A Gilmore	
"Citizen" Publishing Co.
Langley & Co	
HMillingtou	
M Towey	
A Vipond	
CTodd	
Garesche, Green & Co ...
Benoir, Indian	
Fell & Co	
TTieiem.in	
FL Budlong	
"Columbian"	
B Eickhoff	
T R Pearson & Co	
J Hilbert	
E S Scoullar	
J Morison	
E Kelly	
A Vipond	
G Morison   	
Doin. Receiver-General..
McKillican & Anderson..
S McLean	
Hudson Bay Co	
C N Trew, M. D	
J O'Halloran	
C G Major	
J Cunningham	
JC Hughes	
C G Major	
Cillbreath, Grant &Cook.
G W Cook	
M W Waitt & Co	
WJJeffrec	
C Hayward	
Brought forward  	
XIIL— MISCELLANEOUS.—Continued.
Vote No. 162.—Miscellaneous not Detailed.—Concluded.
Searching for W. C. Port, lost in woods, and burying body found	
do. do. do. 	
Provisions for search party do. 	
Scrubbing Court House and Gaol at Kamloops	
Sharpening saw, do	
Copies for Government Agents in Toronto and Liverpool	
Interment of a pauper	
Freight on box to Indianapolis	
Services rendered Jos. Bennett, accidentally shot at Goldstream 	
do. do. do. do.        	
do. do. do. do.        	
do. do. do. do.        	
do. do. do. do	
do. do. do. do.        	
Furnishing and repairing keys and locks for Legislative Assembly, etc.
Soap for Govt. Offices, Victoria	
Mounting and varnishing charts    '.	
Seal and press for Kootenay Mining Court	
Expressage on samples of grain, etc., for Minister of Agriculture	
Burying paupers at Nanaimo	
Notarial fee, Lots 135 and 130 for school purposes	
Duty and storage on 1 box of hooks	
Cleaning stove pipes in Supreme Court	
Medical attendance to Jos. Bennett, accidentally shot at Goldstream ..
Team to Goldstream for       do. do.        	
Gratuity on retirement from office, 1 month's pay	
Messenger for Land and Registry Offices, 3 months («> $10  	
Refreshments for party bringing in Jos. Bennett from Goldstream	
220 circulars	
Medicines for Kootenay	
Removing books, etc., from County Court,  Bastion St., to James' Bay
do.       furniture do. do. do.
Post Office key, and key for office door 	
Gratuity on retirement from office, 2 month's pay	
Charges on money from Washington Territory	
Burial of pauper	
Brushes, pail, etc., for Government Office	
Design for Government cheque	
Funeral expenses of Andrew Bergh, a pauper at Yale	
Subscription, 1 copy	
Passage to Brunette Bridge with Dr. Trew, re sick Chinese	
11 copies of " British Columbian "	
Interment of two paupers at Nanaimo	
Cleaning stove pipe, etc., New Westminster	
Gratuity on retirement from office, 1 month's pay	
do." do. do. 	
Key for Registry Office	
Soap, brush, etc	
75 copies of Criminal Laws of Canada	
Locks and chains for gates, and making boxes for stationery, etc...
Cleaning Judge's room	
Lime for Yale Court House	
Visiting sick Chinese at Sapperton	
Hauling boat from gaol to river	
Provisions for sick Chinese at Brunette Bridge	
One ballot box for Sheriff	
Gratuity on retirement from office, 1 month's pay	
Grass seeds and garden rake for Govt. Reserve, New Westminster..
Broom, lamp chimney, etc,	
Sharpening- saw for wood cutter at Laketon	
Seal for New Westminster Land Registry Office	
Valise for Supt. of Police	
Interment of drowned body 815; coffin for Indian Jake $10	
J Jessop	
WRoss	
WMHalpenny	
II C Beeton (London)..
Postmaster, Victoria ..
Resources of B.C	
Do 	
Do
sop..
J Jes.
Do
R T Williams	
Do        	
Do        	
J Orr (Treasurer)	
Victoria Transfer Co .
Vote No. 1G2A.—In aid oi*' Immigration (including Salaries of Agents).
Salary as Immigration Agent, Vict., 1st July to 30th Nov., 1883, &• $100
do. do.       New West., 12 months to 30th June, 1884,  1C0
do.       Immigrant Guide, 1st May to 30th June, 18S4, 50
Allowance for office expenses & assistance, 12 months to 3.0th June, 1884
Postage on distribution of pamphlets, etc	
Advertising (1 page) 0 months $270; 2 months (brief notice) $10....
Subscription, 100 copies from March, 1884, to March, 1885, $200; 500
extra copies, $100	
Printing 500 copies of Judge Swan's lecture on Queen Charlotte Islands
Paid Indians for packing from Sooke to Leech River	
Travelling expenses to Cowichan and Alberni, and return.	
500 copies of illustrated edition of B. C. Directory	
ISO       do. do.       Anderson's Resources of British Columbia .
Binding 500 copies of Judge Swan's lecture on Queen Charlotte Islands
Grant in aid of a building for Immigrants at New Westminster	
Conveyance of Immigration Agent to Saanich	
Carried forward,
1,493 95
; 4,493 85
974 05
8   cts.
28,327 06
7 50
7 60
6 50
1 50
75
6 00
20 00
13 30
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
17 00
4 00
12 50
15 00
12 00
60 00
1 00
2 76
5 00
2 50
12 00
125 00
30 00
7 50
6 60
26 40
50
6 00
3 00
266 66
1 50
5 00
19 75
10 00
20 00
3 00
2 00
1 00
43 00
3 00
41 66
117 00
50
8 00
135 00
35 CO
1 CO
1 00
5 00
1 00
2 75
1 75
133 83
-
7 90
3 00
3 00
30 00
8 50
25 00
,29S 45
500 00
1,200 00
100 00
250 00
155 73
280 00
300 00
25 00
8 50
53 50
500 CO
45 00
6 00
1,000 00
6 CO
4,429 73
30,62 5 120
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arears,
S   cts.
8   cts.
$   cts.
Neufclder & Ross	
T N Hibben & Co	
"Columbian"	
"Colonist"	
"Inland Sentinel"	
R Creech	
B C Express Co	
R G Tatlow	
A & W Wilson	
J Kennedy	
G Falkner	
C P N Co	
J Sehl	
M W Waitt & Co	
C Hayward	
"Evening Post"	
E S Scoullar & Co ....
W M Halpenny	
J G Bunte	
Woods & Turner, C.E
EMohun, C.E	
Mrs A H Williams	
J Orr	
Vote No. 162a.-
Brough t forward	
XIII.—MISCELLANEOUS.—Concluded.
-In aid of Immigration (including Salaries of Agents).
—Concluded.
Provisions for Immigration Agent for trips to Sooke and Cowichan....
6 copies of Chittenden's Guide $2.25 ; maps, etc., 8215, for pamphlet...
Advertising Immigration bureau 8133.66; register book$14; 2 copies of
paper for year 86	
500 copies of issue of Jan. 1st, 850; Advertising Immigration notice 812
Advertising Immigration bureau	
Labour on       do. shed, 2 days (ti 82.50	
Expressage on package to New Westminster Agent 	
Rent of building for Immigration purposes, Victoria, 21st March to
21st June, 1884, @ 825 per month     	
One range and fixings for Immigration building, Victoria   	
Extra assistant at Printing Office on Immigration pamphlet, 27 March
to 30th April, 1881  	
Advertising Immigration notice in " Toronto Globe " 	
Fares for Immigration Guide to Cowichan, twice, 85; 1000 mile ticket 830
Mattresses and chairs for Immigration building, Victoria	
2 reams of paper for mailing pamphlets	
Bedsteads, tables, etc., for Immigration building, Victoria	
Advertising notice of appointment of Guide	
Range, knives, forks, etc., for Immigration building, New Westminster
Meals, etc., and canoe hire	
Mattresses for Immigration building, New- Westminster	
Vote No. 163.- -Compiling Maps of British Columbia.
600 lithograph maps of New- Westminster District	
Compiling map of B. C, as per agreement, 8400; extra services 850 ...
Vote No. 164.—Gratuity to Wife of the late T. H. Williams,
Clerk of Records.
Payment as above	
Vote No. 165.—James Orr, settlement of claim in 1880 for
assisting in Government Office, New Westminster.
Settlement of claim.   Original amount due 8600; less amount paid in
1880, 8250	
4,493 95
350 00
4,843 !
429 73    30,025 51
19 37
217 75
153 66
62 0C
6 0C
5 0C
1 75
75 00
04 12
46 45
31 50
35 00
37 00
17 00
114 61
4 00
72 00
5 50
8 00
180 CO
450 00
5,405 44
37,210 95
Audit Office,
15th December, 1884.
J. McB. SMITH,
Auditor. 48 Vic.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
121
APPROPRIATION   AND   EXPENDITURE
FOR   THE   FISCAL   YEAR   ENDED   30TH   JUNE,   1884.
Statement   of Appropriation and Expenditure, from  1st July, 1883, to 30th June,  1884,
showing also the sums unexpended and over-expended.
No.
of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Total
Appropriation
Voted
Supply Bills
46 & 47 Vic.
Total
Expenditure.
Unexpended
Over-
expended.
1
I.—Public Debt.
9 47,600 00
20,153 00
'    300 00
600 00
12,500 00
8 47,717 21
21,041 98
180 00
513 50
12,500 00
8 117 21
2
888 98
3
120 00
4
13 50
5
II.—Civil Government (Salaries).
81,053 00
81,952 69
120 00
1,019 69
6
1,500 00
11,975 00
7,080 00
7,980 00
5,040 00
3,960 00
1,000 00
375 00
1,200 00
6,040 00
1,920 00
2,300 00
1,600 00
8,947 40
7,080 00
7,773 33
5,040 00
3,769 99
1,000 00
375 00
1,200 00
6,039 96
1,920 00
2,677 25
7
Provincial Secretary and Minister of Mines Department	
3,027 60
8
9
206 67
10
11
190 01
12
13
14
15
04
16
17
377 25
HI.—Administration of Justice (Salaries).
50,370 00
47,322 93
3,424 32
377 25
18
2,700 00
1,500 00
960 00
7,232 00
840 00
8,672 00
2,160 00
1,820 66
5,319 00
4,470 00
4,830 CO
1,200 00
4,980 00
720 00
240 00
2,880 00
2,700 00
1,494 28
960 00
7,231 96
840 00
8,646 19
1,440 00
1,839 51
5,277 32
4,445 00
4,670 00
1,200 00
5,220 00
000 00
240 00
2,113 54
19
Sheriffs	
5 72
20
21
04
22
23
25 81
720 00
24
25
18 85
26
41 68
325 00
160 00
27
28
29
30
30A
120 00
j 30b
31
766 46
IV.—Legislation.
50,823 66
48,917 80
2,164 71
258 85
32
10,000 00
3,100 00
50 00
500 00
450 00
1,000 00
10,000 00
2,738 50
17 00
22 34
449 62
1,085 75
33
361 50
33 00
477 66
38
34
35
36
37
V.—Public Institutions (Maintenance).
15,100 00
14,313 21
872 54
85 75
38
600 00
1,375 00
6,050 00
496 06
1,691 64
6,587 85
3 94
39
40
VI.—Hospitals and Charities.
7,925 00
8,775 55
3 94
854 49
41
5.000 00
4,500 00
4,000 00
2,500 00
250 00
700 00
750 00
500 00
1,000 00
5,000 00
4,500 00
4,000 00
2,500 00
21 34
521 CO
760 00
465 24   ■
42
43
44
45
228 66
179 00
46
47
47a
34 76
1,000 00
48
8 19,200 00
17,767 58
1,442 42 122 Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
No.
of
Vote.
49
60
51
52
53
64
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
70
71
72
73
74
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
82A
83
84
83
86
87
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
SERVICE.
VII.—Administration of Justice (other than Salaries.)
Summoning and Paying Jurors and Witnesses	
Prosecution and Interpreters   	
Expenses of Inquests	
Criminal Punishments	
Rewards	
Keep of Prisoners	
Rents	
Special Constables	
Transport of Prisoners and Constables	
Miscellaneous	
VIII.—Education.
Education Office	
Victoria City District	
Victoria District	
Esquimalt District	
Cowichan District	
Nanaimo District	
Comox District	
New Westminster City District	
New Westminster District	
Hope-Yale District	
Lillooet District	
Cariboo District	
IX.—Transport.
Freight on Remittances	
Travelling Expenses of Officers on duty .
Keep of Horses	
Total
Appropriation
Voted
Supply Bills
46 & 47 Vic.
X.—Rent.
Government House, Victoria	
XL—Revenue Services.
Commission, Courts of Appeal, Travelling- Ex.'s,Misccllaneous,&c.
XII.—Public Works.
Works and Buildings.
Repairs to Government Buildings and Fences, Victoria	
Do. do. NewWestminster
Do. do. Nanaimo	
Do. do. Yale District	
Do. do. Cariboo District.
Do. do. Cassiar	
Do. do. Kootenay	
Do. do. Clinton	
Repairs to Asylum for the Insane, New Westminster	
Repairs to Victoria Gaol	
Repairs to New Westminster Gaol 	
Furniture for Convalescent Home, Victoria	
Furniture for Government Offices throughout the Province	
Improvement, Government Reserves	
Lock-up, Burrard Inlet	
Addition to Richfield Gaol, for mess-room	
insurance, Government Buildings	
Public School, Lake District (construction)	
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
D3.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do,
South Chilliwhack, do.
Chemainus, do.
Mayne Island, do. 	
South Cowichan,     do. 	
Gabriola Island,      do. 	
Mud Bay, do. 	
Burton's Prairie,     do. .....
Stave River, do	
Nicola, near Palmer's, do	
South Thompson (construction) .
Esquimalt,
Victoi ia,
Wellirgton,
Sumass,
Chilliwhack,
(repairs)
do.
do.
do.
do.
New Westminster (completion) .
South Saanich      (repairs)	
Carried forward,, y,.,
10,000 oo
2,000 oo
ooo oo
200 00
600 00
13,000 00
400 00
5,000 00
5,500 00
1,200 00
38,400 00
3,230 00
12,945 00
4,810 00
2,810 00
4,930 00
7,740 00
1,400 00
3,650 00
9,902 00
7,713 00
1,543 00
3,160 00
64,033 00
100 00
2,500 00
150 00
1,500 00
600 00
4u0 00
300 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
10,OCO 00
360 00
200 00
400 00
1,950 00
250 00
1,000 00
500 00
2,000 00
500 00
Total
Expenditure.
10,393 30
1,930 80
1,176 59
501 25
220 00
15,361 36
449 00
8,941 43
7,978 08
1,620 31
500 00
298 70
200 00
367 50
200 00
556 00
630 00
500 00
400 00
525 00
30 00
350 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
896 00
160 00
S 26,273 20
8,562 12
2.9S8 67
1S,02S 97
4,771 96
2,087 80
4,462 45
7,579 33
601 50
3,600 77
9,256 04
6,855 82
1,541 96
1,979 96
68,361 23
236 95
5,088 28
185 41
4,584 51
1,499 91
262 98
400 00
109 43
99 87
20 00
5 25
96 14
10,005 17
408 12
86 67
400 00
1,945 05
259 62
979 75
490 73
1,856 69
500 00
460 00
298 70
200 00
367 50
200 00
E50 00
757 30
Unexpended
395 00
500 00
to 00
sre cs
1(0 oo
62 00
1(9 50
8t6 00
1C0 00
69 20
'•iso'oo'
319 20
241 33
38 04
122 20
467 55
160 67
798 50
43 23
645 96
2,057 18
1 04
1,180 04
Over-
Expended.
8 393 SO
576 69
301 25
2,351 30
49 CO
3,941 43
2,478 08
420 31
10,511 32
5,755 74
09
337 02
190 57
13
80 00
94 75
3 86
113 43
'"4 05'
20 25
9 27
143 41
83 97
136 95
2,588 28
35 41
2,760 64
5 17
48 12
9 62
500 00
5 00
25 00
10 00
24.SS4 76   1,584 83
9 50
£03 39 48 Vic.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
123
No.
of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Total
Appropriation
Voted
Supply Bills
46 & 47 Vic.
Total
Expenditure.
Unexpenied
Over-
expended.
8 26,273 20
300 00
100 00
70 00
100 00
45 00
800 00
125 CO
150 00
500 00
5C0 00
1,600 00
8 24,894 76
331 00
100 00
8 1,584 83
9 206 39
31 00
XII.—Public Works.—Concluded.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Do.            Priest's Valley, Okanagan (desks, seats, &e)	
Do.           Nicola, near Blackburn's,            do.             	
Do.            Maple Ridge,                                  do.              	
109o
70 00
108D
100 00
45 00
836 28
125 00
145 86
490 40
500 00
2,140 36
36 28
108G
Do.           West-South Sannich (fencing and painting)	
4 14
9 54
108l
10S.I
Royal Columbian Hospital, New Westr, (for morgue and repairs)
Government House,  Victoria.
46V.C.37
30,503 20
29,708 72
2,298 42
1,668 61
814 03
300 00
300 00
120 00
600 00
800 00
400 00
600 00
100 00
32,007 14
5 35
109
294 05
310 71
109 65
591 06
997 98
407 64
600 00
90 00
71
111
10 35
8 94
113
114
7 64
115
10 00
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.
3,220 00
3,391 69
34 64
i06 33
117
11,500 00
1,000 00
7,000 00
6,000 00
10,000 00
1,500 00
9,000 00
2,500 00
24,000 00
5,000 00
0,000 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
20,000 00
15,250 00
12,000 00
10,000 00
2,.'00 CO
2,000 CO
45,000 00
1,326 0.)
300 00
11,617 02
1,000 00
7,015 34
6,323 07
9,154 22
1,617 08
8,996 36
2,505 31
23,723 47
5,000 CO
5,999 92
1,000 00
078 50
13,138 67
14,905 00
11,702 09
10,001 42
2,133 25
1,947 75
37,027 71
1,325 60
800 00
118
845 78
121
122
17 08
123
3 64
125
270 63
08
128
129
321 50
0,861 33
345 00
237 91
130
132
133
Main Trunk Ruad	
Lillooet Ferry	
Surveys.
1 42
134
360 75
52 25
7,972 29
135
13n
137
137A
193,875 00
177.071 78
17.2S3 06
479 24
2,000 00
2,100 00
665 37
2,125 96
1,334 03
138a
Exploratory Survey, Kootenay River Reclamation Scheme	
Graving Dock, Esquimalt.
4,100 00
2,791 33
1,334 63
25 96
364 50
364 50
1,684 87
XIII.—Miscellaneous.
2,500 00
2,400 00
1,800 00
1,000 00
2,000 CO
230 00
600 00
1,000 00
500 00
2C0 CO
2,049 37
1,273 35
139
1,226 65
3,139 07
1,910 09
1,186 21
2,219 03
390 20
014 20
1,259 80
4S1 05
199 32
140
739 07
141
142
186 21
143
219 03
14-1
146 20
145
14 20
146
147
18 35
68
148
Allowance to Ollicor at Kootenay (office contingencies)...  	
8 12,250 00
12,032 22
1,292 38
1,074 60 124
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
J. McB. Smith,
Auditor
Audit Office,
15th December, 188J/.. 47 Vic.      Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
125
UNPROVIDED   ITEMS.
IN EXPENDITURE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED 30th JUNE, 1884.
STATEMENT of Services whose Expenditures have exceeded their appropriation, from 1st
July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884, and for which over-expenditure the sanction of Parliament
is required.
SERVICE.
-Public Debt.
Interest 	
Sinking Fund (Investments of Dividends) .
Discount and Commission	
II.—Civil Government Salaries.
Temporary Departmental Assistance.
III.—Administration of Justice (Salaries).
Police and Gaols, Kootenay District...
Do. Nanaimo      do
IV.—Lesislation.
Journals and Statutes binding
V.—Public Institutions (Maintenance).
Printing Office, Victoria	
Asylum for the Insane, New Westminster.
VIL-
-Administration of Justice (other than Salaries).
Summoning and paying Jurors and Witnesses
Expenses of Inquests	
Criminal Punishments   	
Keep of Prisoners	
Rents	
Special Constables	
Transport of Prisoners and Constables	
Miscellaneous. ,	
VIII.— Education.
Victoria City District.
-Transport.
Freight on Remittances	
Travelling expenses of Officers on duty.
Keep of horses	
XL—Revenue Services.
Commission, Courts of Appeal, Travelling Expenses, Miscellaneous,
XII.—Public Works (Works and Buildings).
Repairs to Asylum for the Insane, New Westminster	
Do       Victoria Gaol	
Improvement of Government Reserves	
Public School, Burton's Prairie (construction)	
Do Victoria,       (repairs)	
Do Chilliwhack,     do     	
Do Cedar Hill,        do 	
Do Lytton, (construction)	
Land Registry Office, New Westminster	
&o.
Government House, Victoria.
Furniture	
Fuel and Light	
Improving Grounds	
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.
Victoria District	
Esquimalt District	
Cowichan District	
Salt Spring Island and Islands at Plumper Pass.
Comox District	
Cariboo District	
Surveys	
Exploratory Survey-
-Kootenay River Reclamation Scheme.
XIII.—Miscellaneous
Stationery ,	
Postage	
Telegram	
Fuel & Light	
Library—Legislative and Departmental	
Do       Attorney-General's Department	
Refunds	
Copying Records, &c, for Land Registry Office, New Westminster..
In aid of Immigration (including salaries of Agents)	
Compiling Map of British Columbia and New Westminster	
Total.
AMOUNT.
S 117 21
888 98
13 50
377 25
18 85
240 00
85 75
316 64
637 85
393 30
576 59
301 25
2,351 36
49 00
3,941 43
2,478 08
420 31
83 97
136 95
2,688 28
35 41
334 51
5 17
48 12
9 62
127 30
6 68
9 60
31 00
36 28
540 36
71
197 98
7 64
117 02
15 34
323 07
17 08
5 31
1 42
25 96
739 07
110 09
186 21
219 03
146 20
14 20
259 80
660 12
405 44
60 00
TOTAL.
1,019 69
377 25
258 85
85 75
854 49
10,511 32
83 97
2,760 64
334 51
814 03
200 33
479 24
25 96
2,790 16
$20,602 19 126
Puplic Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
LAPSED   BALANCES   OF  APPROPRIATIONS
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED 30th JUNE, 1884.
ST A.'; ilMENT of Balances of Appropriations at the credit of the following Services, for
the Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1884, which lapsed by authority of Act 46 Vic,
chap.  31. sec.  2, and Act 47 Vic, chap. 30, sec 2.
SERVICE.
I.—Public Debt.
Premium and Exchange
-Civil Government (Salaries).
Provincial Secretary and Minister of Mines' Department .
Lands and Works Department	
Land Registry Office	
Asylum for the Insane	
III.—Administration of Justice (Salaries).
Sheriffs 	
Police and Gaols, Victoria   	
Do. New Westminster City   ...
Do, do. District.
Do. Cariboo District	
Do. Cassiar District	
Do. Yale and Lytton  	
Do. Comox District	
Do. Lillooet District	
IV.-
-Legislation.
Mileage	
Registration of Voters (other than Salaries) .
Expenses of Elections   	
Contingent Fund	
V.—Public Institutions (Maintenance).
Assay Office, Cariboo 	
VI.-
-Hospitals and Charities.
Hospital Allowance, Cassiar   	
In aid of Destitute Poor and Sick	
In aid of Resident Physician at Kamloops.
Convalescent Home, Victoria	
VII.—Administration of Justice (other than Salaries).
Prosecution and Interpreters	
Rewards	
VIII.-
-Education,
Education Office	
Victoria District	
Esquimalt District	
Cowichan District 	
Nanaimo District	
Comox District	
New Westminster City District .
New Westminster District 	
Hope-Yale District	
Lillooet District	
Cariboo District	
XII.—Public Works.
Worlcs and Buildings.
Repairs to Government Buildings and Fences, Victoria	
Do. do. New Westminster.
Do. do. Yale District	
Do. do. Cariboo	
Do. do. Cassiar 	
Do. do. Kootenay	
Do. do. Clinton	
Do. New Westminster Gaol	
Furniture, Government Offices throughout the Province	
Lock-up at Burrard Inlet	
Addition to Richfield Gaol, Cariboo, for mess room   	
Insurance of Government Buildings	
Carried forward.
§3,027 60
206 67
190 01
04
5 72
04
25
81
720 00
41
68
325
00
160 00
120
00
766
46
361
50
33
00
477 66
38
228 66
179 00
34 76
1,000 00
69 20
280 00
241 33
3S 04
122 20
467 55
160 67
798 50
43 23
645 96
2,057 18
1 04
1,180 04
337 02
190 57
13
80 00
94 75
3 86
113 43
4 05
20 25
9 27
143 41
090 S3
S 120 00
3,424 32
2,164 71
872 54
3 94
1,442 42
5,755 74
14,132 87 48 Vic.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884.
127
SERVICE.
XIII.—Public Works.
Brought forward.
LAPSED BALANCES.—Concluded.
Works and Buildinqs.—Concluded.
Public Schools, South Chilliwhack (construction)	
Do. Stave River,     (construction)       	
Do. Nicola, near Palmer's   do. 	
Do. South Thompson, do. 	
Do. Sumass   (repairs)	
Do. South Saanich (repairs)	
Do. Nicola, near Blackburn's (desks, seats, &e.)
Repairs to Gaol at Lytton	
Lock-up at Spence's Bridge	
Government House, Victoria.
Repairs to Building   	
Fencing	
Water	
Miscellaneous 	
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.
Victoria and Nanaimo Trunk Road	
Nanaimo District	
New Westminster District	
Municipalities in New Westminster District.
Trunk Road, New Westminster to Yale	
Yale District	
Savona Ferry Bridge	
Lillooet District	
Kootenay District 	
Cassiar District   	
Main Trunk Road	
Surveys.
Surveys throughout the Province.
XIII.—Miscellaneous.
Advertising	
Premium on Guarantee Bonds  	
Allowance to Officer at Kootenay (office contingencies).
Reporting Judges' decisions	
Telephone Service	
In aid of Prospecting and Explorations	
Destruction of Wolves and Panthers	
Miscellaneous not detailed in Estimates	
Total .
Balances.
S 996 83
40 00
500 00
5 00
25 00
8 00
10 00
70 00
4 14
9 54
5 35
10 35
8 94
10 00
845 78
3 64
276 53
08
321 60
3,861 33
345 CO
237 91
366 75
52 25
',972 29
1,273 35
18 35
68
152 80
1 76
1,200 73
460 00
701 55
Total.
§14,132 87
34 64
17,283 06
1,334 63
3,809 21
S,282 92
Audit Office,
15th December, 1884.
J. McB. Smith,
Auditor.

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