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 British Columbia.
PUBLIC    ACCOUNTS
TO
30th JUNE,  1880.
VICTORIA : Printed by Richard Wolfenden, Government Printer,
at the Government Printing Office, James' Bay.
1881.  44 Vic. Public Accounts. 90
To the Honourable A. N. Eichards,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
Mat it Please Your Honour:
The undersigned ha« the honour to submit the Public Accounts of the Province of
British Columbia for the Fiscal Tear ending 30th June, 1880.
As the period of Eighteen months from 1st January, 1879, to 30th June, 1880, for
which sums were granted by 42 Victoria, chap. 33, and 43 Victoria, chap. 25, has expired
since last report—statements showing the .Revenue; the Appropriations; the Expenditure; the Lapsed Balances of Appropriations; the Unexpended Balances carried to the
Fiscal Year 1880-81, and the Sums Expended Without a Vote—are also now submitted.
The total Eevenue and Beceipts of the Province for the period, from various
sources (including $25,000 then on special deposit), as enumerated in the Estimates for
1879-80, was estimated at 8626,823 56.
The actual Bevenue and Beceipts from the sources referred to have been $626,918
15, showing the small difference of $94 59 between the total actual and estimated
amounts for eighteen months.
In addition to the above, Interest on Investments of Sinking Fund has produced
$2,047 50.
In the Revenue Statements are included some amounts that have been collected in
previous years, consisting principally of County Court fees at New "Westminster and
School Tax in Lillooet District.
The total Expenditure, as brought to account at the Treasury during the Eighteen
months period, was •  $633,^90 19
And the total Bevenue (exclusive of Beceipts)    603,965 65
Difference    $29,324 54
In this Expenditure is included $45,000 for Debentures paid that should have been
retired in 1877; and $24,182 89, other liabilities of previous years. In addition to the
above, over $8,000 in excess of receipts on account of Intestate Estates and other
deposits have been paid. It will thus be seen that the Treasury has paid during the
period referred to about $78,000 which should have been provided for in former years.
The amount is therefore not strictly chargeable to present expenditure, although payment being now made it necessarily appears as such.
The Investment of Sinking Fund Statement shows that up to the 30th June, 1880,
the sum of $46,048 32 was invested to meet the Loans of 1874 and 1877.
The Debenture Statement shows a steady reduction in the amount of outstanding
Debentures.
Statements showing the Debt and Subsidy Account of the Province with the
Dominion, from the date of Confederation to 30th June, 1830, are also included. No
reply having been received to the Minute of the Executive Council on the subject of
the amount of $1,4*« 71 charged in 879. that sum still stands charged to the Province,
although its correctness cannot be acknowledged by this Department.
A discrepancy of one thousand dollars also exists in the amount of British Columbia
Debentures, 1867-68 69, assumed by Canada in 1871. The Colonial accounts show the
amount of these Bonds then outstanding at $59,000, whereas the Dominion accounts
state that $60,000 were paid. Two debentures of the same numerals appear in the statement from the Finance Department at Ottawa. 91 Public Accounts. 1880
A simple perusal of the Debt Account shows that there are many items entered
therein that should have passed direct through the Provincial Treasury, and appeared
in the Bevenue and Expenditure Statements in the years to which they properly belong.
As to items of interest and exchange, &c., it is difficult at this late date to ascertain
their correctness; and it is to be regretted that these accounts did not receive the .publicity in the Province their importance warranted at the time trie original charges were
made.
The practice by the Dominion Government of charging sums to the Debt Account
of the Province without the approval of the Provincial Executive should be discontinued,
as it is fraught with great danger, causes confusion and incorrectness in the Provincial
accounts, lessens the annual revenue without authority, and is contrary to the Provincial
Statutes. '"■■■' ••■■'"• :   : •!'.■'..:
An examination into the Deposit Account (including Intestate Estate deposits),
convinces me that all sums paid by the Province since the date of Confederation on
account of deposits prior to that date should have been paid by the FinanceDepart-
ment, Ottawa. I am further strengthened in this view by observing that since June,
1872, the balance sheet of Canada shows a liability under the head of " Province of
" British Columbia Deposit Suspense Account " of $12,973 89, which upon enquiring at
the Finance Department, Ottawa, I find is actually Intestate Estate funds. As the
Province has always paid these liabilities since Confederation, it naturally follows, if
my view is correct, that the Dominion should recoup the Treasury the . amounts paid.
Correspondence on the subject is still going on.
I cannot in justice conclude this report without acknowledging the very able
assistance rendered to this Department by the Hon. A. DeCosmos, MP., in connection
with every subject requiring investigation at Ottawa.
Eespectfully submitted.
EOBEET BEAVEN,
' Minister of Finance. "
'' Treasury Department, ' <]'
,-:-, ,-..    -.Victoria, 24th December, 1880. .'•', ""t, ,      ..' ,  ...,',''•',..•.! 44 Vic. Public Accounts. 93
Audit Oitice, Treasury,
24th December, 1880.
1o the Honourable Bobert Beaven,
Minister of Finance.
The undersigned has the honour to present to you the Public Accounts to the 30th
June, 1880.
Respectfully submitted.
J. MoB. SMITH,
Auditor. 94
PROVINCE  OF  BRITISH   COLUMBIA
Debt account.
Dr.
THE DOMINION OF CANADA IN" ACCOUNT WITH THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA,
From date of Confederation (20th July, 1871) to 30th June, 1880.
Cr.
1871.
1872.
To Amount of Allowed Debt to the Province on date of Confederation j $
Investments of the Province on account of Sinking Funds, at date of Confederation	
Funds of the Province in hands of Crown Agents, London $ 14,103 41
Do. do. do. for Investments     23,734 15
Balance of accrued Interest on Sinking Fund       3,954 73
Amount due the Province by Imperial Government on Postal Service account—[See Note],
Exchange, for difference of premium on amount credited, and amount paid on Floating Debt,
Do. do. do. do. do.
Amount received by Crown Agents, through H.M. Treasury, from the Executors of the late W. M.
Cochrane, formerly Collector at Cariboo	
1875.
Balance at credit of the Province at Bank of British Columbia, October 29th (transferred)	
Additional amount to Allowed Debt of the Province, by Act 36 Vic, chap. 30, Statutes of Canada.
Amount refunded (particulars of this item not stated)	
County Court Fees received from Hon. A. F. Pemberton, County Court Judge	
1,666,200 00
442,380 00
41,792 29
3,516 39
367 66
280 18
5,711 21
3,641 03
280,084 00
91 00
266 77
1871.
By Funded Debt op the Province, assumed on date op Confederation, viz :—
Debentures, "Loan Act, 1862, payable in London, redeemable in 1893 £ 50,000
Do. do.       1862, do. do. 1883      40,000
Do. do.       1863, do. do. 1883       50,000
Do. do.       1864^ do. do. 1894     100,000
1880.
June 30
Total amount of Funded Debt £240,000 @9£
Floating Debt op the Province, assumed on date op Confederation, viz :—
British Columbia Road Bonds, issued in 1863 $ 9,700 00
Vancouver Island Debentures,       „       1866    70,000 00
* British Columbia „ „       1867-68-69 * 60,000 00
Colonial Securities Company, London, issued in 1867    90,000 00
Do. do. do. (temporary loan)      7,000 00
Treasury Receipt to A. Calder, for temporary loan, 1867      3,500 001
Amount due to the Bishop of Columbia      1,432 34
Bank of British Columbia (overdrawn account)    68,000 00
Accrued Interest on $90,000, from 1st to 19th July, 1871         562 18
Total amount considered as Floating Debt	
Interest accrued on Debt to 19th July, 1871	
$ 1,168,000 00
Amount of Debt due Commissioners of Savings Bank $96,500 00
Interest on same, from 19th July, 1871, to 30th November, 1872, @ 5 $ ct      6,596 33
Interest on Savings Bank Loans (32 Vic, chap. 107, Statutes of B. C).
Commission due Crown Agents to date of Confederation
Imperial Government, balance due on Pension Account.
Exchange on remittance of £3000 to London	
1872.
1873.
Amount paid D. W. Higgins for advertising tenders for Graving Dock	
Do.        subscription to Cariboo Sentinel, for Lieutenant-Governor's Office	
Do. Volunteers' grant, under Ordinance of 1869 •	
Do.        J. J. Southgate, refund of money for sale of land for taxes, New Westminster
1874.
Amount at credit of Indian Commissioners for sums received by the Province on their account,
prior to date of Confederation (transferred)	
Amount paid Crown Agent for Colonies, being salary and expenses of G. M. Sproat, Agent-General3
to 30th November, 1872	
Amount paid Crown Agent for Colonies,  being salary of G.
February, 1873	
M. Sproat (3 months) to 28th of
Amount paid Crown Agent for Colonies, being part of sums received from the Executors of the
late W. M. Cochrane, per contra	
Amount paid Crown Agent for Colonies, for payments to G. M. Sproat, on account of sums
placed at his disposal by the Government of the Province	
Amount paid Crown Agent for Colonies, being salary of G. M. Sproat (6 months) to 31st of
Amount paid Crown Agent for Colonies, for payment to G. M. Sproat, being balance re Executors
of the late W. M. Cochrane	
Amount paid for rent of Court room at Soda Creek
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Stationery
subscription to Victoria Standard, for Supreme Court, Victoria,
Postage account for Supreme Court, Victoria ,
carpet for Judge's room, do.  ,
Postage account for Hon. Justice Gray's Office	
Stationery for Supreme Court	
rent of Court room at Quesnelle	
•subscription to Daily Standard, for Supreme Court, Victoria..,
rent of Court room at Soda Creek	
travelling expenses of Registrar of Supreme Court	
advertisement relating to Assizes at New Westminster	
Telegrams and Postage on account of County Court, Victoria....
1875.
1879.
1880.   I
Uune 30
Cash received by Treasurer, Victoria (Act 37 Vic, chap. 17, sec. 2, Statutes of Canada)
Do. do. do. 	
Amount remitted by Bill of Exchange, in favour of the Under Secretary of State for the Colonies,
for £305 18s., claimed by the Imperial Government as payable on money order account at
the date of Confederation—[See Note]	
310,194 52
10,420 99
103,096 33
3,149 13
25 71
28
100 00
80 00
11 00
130 00
101 40
1,984 82
494 18
250 85
1,946 67
2,433 33
501 70
84 46
To Balance (bearing Interest at the rate of 5 per centum per annum, payable half-yearly)
$   500,382 53
Balance
* The amount of British Columbia Debentures (1867-68-69), as above stated at $60,000, is
taken from Statements forwarded to the Treasury by the Finance Department at Ottawa.
The Treasury Books show an issue on that account of only $59,000. The difference is a
subject of correspondence.
20 00
33 25
13 00
17 00
41 25
10 00
75 50
5 00
12 00
5 00
34 50
2 50
34 87
189,150 00
150,000 00
1,488 71
500,382 53
$ 2,444,330 48
Note.—Two items, viz., $3516 39 and $1488 71, in connection with the Imperial Government Postal Service, appearing in this Account, are subjects of correspondence, and may yet be amended.
Audit Office,
22nd December, 1880<
J. MoB. Smith,
Auditor.
	 44 Vic.
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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, lb76, 1877, 1878, 1st January to 30th June, 1879, and 1879-80.
REVENUE.
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
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.) 1865-66
School Tax .'	
Real Property Tax	
Personal Property Tax	
Income Tax	
Wild Land Tax	
Delinquency on Taxes	
2£ per cent. Commission on Tax Sales !
Printing Office Receipts	
Supreme Court Fees	
County Court Fees	
Registry Fees	
Immigration Refunds	
Interest 	
Sumass Dyking Act, 1878, Refunds	
Victoria City Tax	
Real Estate Tax Redemption	
Revenue Services	
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 ....
Deposits.
1871.
20th July
to
31st Dec.
$15,500 00
17,500 00
24,000 00
50,000 00
8,863 71
2,724 00
687 50
4,760 00
8,135 91
9,618 56
7,466 84
2,900 62
2,390 59
2i4 12
179 49
947 50
28,622 92
5,583 93
535-86
1,188 12
191,819 67
27 12
British Columbia Loan Act, 1874	
Do. do.       1876	
Do. do.      1877	
42 Vic, Chap. 28*, Statutes of British Columbia  	
Dominion of Canada, 37 Vic, Chap. 17, sec. 2, Statutes of Canada,
37 Vic, Chap. 1, sec 1, Statutes of British Columbia	
and
Totals $
191,846 79
1872.
1st January
to
31st Deo.
$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 38
239 45
!,079 96
5,000 00
327,215 54
944 92
328,160 46
1873.
1st January
to
31st Dec.
$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
135 00
1,719 83
950 79
6,891 89
42 75
18,096 98
5,000 00
370,150 38
1874.
1st January
to
31st Dec.
1875. , 1876.
1st January 1st January
$46,977 69
35,000 00
48,0W 00
100,000. 00
23,617 86
5,985 49
600 00
11,187 50
7,786 63
25,387 50
11,822 95
3,935 53
1,268 15
19,330 54
302 70
390 00
1,117
2,558 42
1,892 72
147 15
23,068 78
TO
31st Dec
$42,029 09
35,000 00
48,000 00
19,417 84
4,995 70
855 00
8,762 50
7,009 00
26,926 27
11,619 56
5,082 35
1,170 12
10,978 55
248 73
974 50
219*i6
1,478 01
1,032 63
7 23
17,386'77
1,665 30
372,042 51
5,824 99
189,150 00
379,762 14  567,017 50
5,022 91
351,215 92
12,532 24
58,000 00
TO
31st Dec.
1877.
1st January
to
31st Dec
$26,896 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
189 49
355 00
27,581 54
155 56
16,182 17
9,229 45
8,129 79
454 93
2,118 51
88 00
40 71
54 87
6,129 43
27 00
1,634 96
381,119 92
6,192 48
32,850 00
86,000 00
$25,093 56
35,000 00
48,000 00
100;000 00
22.119 79
5,414 45
217 50
1878.
1st January
to
31st Dec.
10,087 50
6,909 00
26,896 50
11,345 08
4,338 48
843 19
9,750 47
131 50
535 00
29,070 60
134 26
20,130 00
25,060 92
12,870 45
1,450 15
7,641 20
295 00
4,518 14
10 50
77 79
407 25
408,348 29
3,761 08
20,000 00
4,500 00
727,500 00
339,150 00
760,898 16
506,162 40 1,164,109 37
$25,093 56
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
40,092 56
3,982 01
939 00
11,925 00
8,593 75
24,726 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
1879.
1st January
to
30th jTune.
$12,546 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 00
10,640 89
11,494
569
56
22
6,883 28
1,083 65
31 44
187 97
683 19
683 05
2,536 83
275 00
401 28
448 39
55
2 19
205 91
78 75
43 50
117 00
70 00
413 31
20 00
80 80
430,785 99
4,226 01
45,500 .00
480,512 00
213,057 74
21 20
213,078 94
1879-80.
1st July
to
30th June.
$25,086 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 25
701 25
414 35
899 45
909 25
107 96
530 00
32,158 47
130 90
25,518 00
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 31
440 57
2,047* 50
390,907 91
1,576 74
392,484 65
EXPENDITURE.
II.-
III.-
IV.-
m
VI.
VII.
VIII.
IX.
X.
XI.
XII.
-Public Debt:—
Interest 	
Sinking Fund (Dominion Savings Bank), "Ldan Act, 1874
„ (Trustees' account), "Loan Act, 18771	
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 Gaolsj	
-Education	
-Transport	
-Rent	
XIII,
-Revenue Services	
-Public Works:—
Works and Buildings	
Government House, Victoria....
Roads, Streets, and Bridges	
Surveys 	
Do.    Sumass Dyking Scheme.
Graving Dock	
-Miscellaneous Expenditure:—
Miscellaneous Expenditure	
Drawbacks and Refund of Duties
Real Estate Tax Redemption	
Immigration	
Royal Commission (Texada)	
Municipalities	
t Indian Commission	
X Kootenay Royal Commission ..
Allowances   	
Office Contingencies 	
Pensions, Gratuities, &c
Deposits repaid
* Redemption.
British Columbia Loan Act, 1874	
Totals,
1871.
20th July
to
SIst Dec
$ 2,873 96
33,234 64
3,938.61
2,767 85
9,889 55
2,578 06
2,632 03
W-62
712 88
2,858 13
21,234 70
12,676 22
412 25
1,601 66
20 00
143 65
97,691 81
$ 97,691 81
1872.
1st January
to
31st Dec
$ 8,194 89
101,935 85
14,816 10
11,719 93
4,912 40
35,266 62
25,435 78
7,164 86
1,151 50
353 24
24,125 70
153,870 71
36,732 33
185 29
18 00
2,938 16
1,890 16
886 19
485 00
432,082 71
1873.
1st January
to
31st Dec
$     688 48
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
42,949 13
6,948 92
2,032 31
300 00
372,618 64
8,299 98
432,082 71     380,918 62
1874,
1st January
to
31st Dec
563 79
86,310 75
11,205 79
681 63
2,689 31
4,293 85
6,234 11
21,393 11
38,908 30
5,678 63
344 50
5,532 02
34,303 75
290,354 40
32,202 55
25,645 99
3,494 56
1,451 18
583,355 89
925 68
1875.
1st January
to
31st Dec
$ 8,853 50
1876.
1st January
to
31st Dec
$ 14,§43 93
see below *
87,099 73
14,111 59
572 87
5,578 58
6,885 98
17,679 18
5,669 20
20,288 77
38,891 42
4,401 09
354 50
4,327 85
48,672 35
266,888 89
31,493 05
37,110 90
5,735 44
44 00
10,000 00
614,658 89
1,217 65
213,400 00
see below *
91,190 07
16,997 14
773 58
1,912 43
9,926 93
14,214 80
7,889 60
18,083 56
44,506 11
3,101 09
274 20
7,178 02
46,174 04
289,980 44
14,302 39
106,532 68
30,680 30
2,140 00
150 00
5,250 00
2,108 70
829,276 54
728,310 01
1,799 95
66,600 00
796,709 96
1877.
1st January
to
31st Dec
$ 40,674 88
7,387 50
93,442 16
15,671 47
531 20
1,433 63
9,357 55
14,582 89
8,268 31
25,891 05
47,129 63
3,231 19
229 20
9,457 31
40,396 75
205,891 41
18,826 33
443 11
40,142 44
55,805 83
2,240 00
7,750 00
648,783 84
13,298 40
662,082 24
1878.
1st January
to
31st Deo.
$ 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 96
9,814 19
21,827 14
43,334 01
2,269 30
78 50
6,755 78
14,444 36
77,832 54
3,008 38
1,877 72
18,871 21
30,734 76
1,000 00
2,625 00
**84i'55
514,878 83
4,091 35
518,970 18
1879.
1st January
to
30th June.
$ 24,467 48
7,275 00
351 33
400 25
25,000 00
19,663 36
18,791 25
12,676 37
551 04
655 95
2,905 14
6,013 75
7,433 72
22,110 70
408 62
24 25
1,301 25
4,079 09
20,227 59
320 82
529 00
4,633 27
6,895 97
186,715 20
1,646 50
1879-80.
1st July
to
30th June.
$48,235 00
543 00
14,550 00
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
97,697 07
131 00
1,895 36
14,018 78
19,887 97
446,574 99
8,013 74
188,361 70     454,588 73
t Indian Commission in 1877, $11,995 77, brought to account in Miscellaneous Expenditure.
Do. 1878,     3,011 55 do. do.
X Kootenay Royal Commission, 1879, $142 92.    do. do.
Jas, Judson Young,
Deputy Treasurer. 43 Vic.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1879, to 30th June, 1880.
96a
RETURN showing  Debentures  redeemed  and cancelled  since 1st July, 1879, and
Debentures outstanding under the British. Columbia Loan Acts.
Debentures Redeemed since 1st July,
1879.
(42 Vic, Chap. 28, Statutes of B.C.)
Debentures Outstanding!, Loan 1874,
Numbers.
Denomination.
Amount.
Date of issue on
Debentures.
Date issued
from Treasury.
Numbers.
Denomination.
Amount.
2, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9,
11,12,15, 16,
17, 20, 22, 23,
28, 33, 37, 40,
-j40@$500
»
$20,000
26th Oct., 1875.
1st January,1877
96 arid 96
2 @ $10,000
$ 20,000 00
46, 48, 63, 66,
69, 61, 62, 66,
68, 74, 77, 78,
79, 81, 82, 84,
Debentures Outstanding under Loan Act, 1877.
•
86, and 86
Date of issue.
Number
(inclusive).
Denomination.
1st July, 1877
1 to  600
. 501 to 1000
600 @ £100
600 @ £200
£ 50,000) a-isio.-
£100,000/ @»85-
727,500 00
Debentures Outstanding, issued under 42 Vic, Chap. 28.
Date of issue.
Rate.
Number.
Denomination.
1st October, 1878
Par.
1, 3, 6,10,13,14.
18, 19, 21, 24, 26,
26, 27, 29, 30, 31,
32, 34, 35. 36, 38,
39, 44, 47, 49, 50,
51, 52, 54, 55, 67,
58, 60, 63, 64, 65,
67, 69, 70, 71, 72,
73, 75, 76, 80, 83,
87, 88, 89, 90, 91.
51 @ J500
26,600 00
9 773,000 00
Treasury,
6th December, 1880
J. Judson Young,
Deputy Treasurer. 96b
Public Accounts, 30th June, 1880.
1880
Statement of the Sinking Fund, shewing the amount invested by the Trustees "British
Columbia Loan Act, 1877" ("10 Yic., Chap- 20), as brought to account to the 30th
June, 1880.
Date.
Paruiculars.
Amount.
April        6,1878	
Canada Debentures,
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
$ 7,027 65
6,968 25
July       26	
„         30	
453 47
January 30, 1879	
7,667 85
Septem. 29,    „ 	
7,904 89
January   2, 1880	
7,853 36
June       30,    ,	
do.
8,172 85
$46,048 32
Treasury,
6th December, 1880.
J. Judson Young,
Deputy Treasurer.
Statement of the sums deposited in the Dominion Savings Bank on account of Sinking
Fund, "Loan Act, 1874," with Interest accruing therefrom.
Date.
Particulars.
Amount.
December 31, 1878	
$ 543 00
June         30, 1879	
13 47
543 00
40 89
t  1,140 36
Treasury,
6th December, 1880.
J. Judson Young,
Deputy Treasurer.
Statement of the sums paid to the Trustees "British Columbia Loan Aet, 1877,"
(40 Yic, Chap. 20), on account of Sinking Fund, from 1st July, 1877, to 30th June,
1880, with interest accruing therefrom.
Date.
Particulars.
Amount.
$ 7,275 50
May          13, 1878 	
7,275 00
7,275 00
April          9, 1879	
7,275 00
508 13
Septem.    19,    ,,    	
7,275 00
503 39
598 36
,,          30
7,275 00
891 39
$46,151 27
Treasury,
6th December, 1880.
J. Judson Young,
Deputy Treasurer. 44 Vic.
Public Accounts.
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'THE TEEASUEEE IN ACCOUNT CURRENT WITH THE PROVINCE OP BRITISH COLUMBIA, POR THE YEAR ENDED 30th JUNE, 1880.
Heads of Receipts.
Dominion of Canada:—
Half-yearly payment of Interest »	
Do; do. Subsidy	
Do. do. Grant per capita	
Do. do.    for Lands conveyed in trust for Railway purposes	
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.) 1865-66	
School Tax	
Real Property Tax	
Personal Property Tax	
Income Tax -	
Wild Land Tax	
Delinquency on Taxes	
2£ per cent. Commission on Tax Sales	
Printing Office Receipts:	
Supreme Court Fees	
County Court Fees	
Registry Fees 	
Immigration Refunds	
Interest 	
Sumass Dyking Act, 1878, (Refunds)	
Revenue Service (Refunds)	
Road Tax	
Survey Fees j	
Asylum for the Insane	
Sale of Consolidated Statutes	
Assessment Act Suspense Account	
Guarantee Premium Refunds	
Chinese Tax	
Interest on Investments of Sinking Funds	
Total Receipts of Revenue	
Personal Accounts.
Deposits »	
* Advances to Heads of Departments	
Account Current, Bank of British Columbia	
Dominion Savings Bank 	
*Remittances between Chests	
Bank of British Columbia (Special Deposit)	
B. C. Loan Trustees, 1877 (Exchange transferred to Premium and Exchange Account}
Public Debt Sinking Fund, 1877 (Brokerage   do.     Discount and Commission   do.   )
British Columbia Loan Trustees, 1877	
*Overpayments recovered	
F. B. McNamee & Co. (Graving Dock Contract Deposit)	
T. McK. Lambly, Collector, Okanagan	
C. Phair, „ Lillooet	
J. C. Haynes, „ Osoyoos	
J. Clapperton, „ Nicola	
B. Price, „ Rock Creek	
H. Fry, „ Cowichan	
F. Hussey, „ Lytton	
H. Guillod, „ Comox	
T. H. Giffin, „ Cassiar	
C. S. Windsor, ,, Skeena	
R. Jones, Assessor, Victoria	
C. Todd, Superintendent of Police, Victoria	
The Hon. the Attorney-General	
J. C. Prevost, Registrar, Supreme Court	
The Hon. the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works,	
Cash in hands of Deputy Treasurer, 1st July, 1879	
Do. J. C. Hughes, Sub-Accountant, New Westminster, 1st July, 1879	
Do. W. Fernie, do. Kootenay, do. 	
Do. J. Bowron, do. Cariboo, do. 	
Do. W. Teague, do. Yale, do. 	
Do. J. Ussher, do. Kamloops, do. 	
Do. M. O'Connor, do. Clinton, do. 	
Do. E. G. Prior, do. Nanaimo, do. 	
Do. A. W. Vowell, do. Cassiar, do. 	
W. Teague, Sub-Accountant, Yale,     on 30th June, 1880	
M. O'Connor, do. Clinton, do. 	
A. W. Vowell, do. Cassiar, do. 	
E. G. Prior, do.	
Six Months
ENDED
12,546 78
17,500 00
24,000 00
50,000 00
13,421 31
1,545 00
352 50
25 56
50 00
869 14
4,505 00
2,325 00
10,982 69
1,405 00
30 25
418 50
390 05
188 65
2 16
57 29
240 00
21,634 40
46 25
5,409 00
2,051 47
1,523 98
345 58
484 65
1,001 37
2 00
218 38
939 45
783 25
2,608 25
126 30
174 34
1,300 00
88 23
27 37
482 50
5 00
138 00
29 55
$ 180,274 20
1,646 00
153,212 46
9,000 00
4,715 43
il2 50
76 38
251 25
349 75
119 62
3,435 40
6,628 00
367 55
2,953 06
7,061 53
679 69
1,742 22
3,737 79
3,788 67
381,219 79
Six Months
ENDED
30th June, 1880.
12,539 45
17,500 00
24,000 00
50,000 00
8,611 13
2,256 00
276 00
"ioo'66
394 27
5,022 50
3,088 50
14,318 41
1,406 00
29 00
282 75
24 30
710 80
907 09
50 67
290 00
10,524 07
84 65
20,109 00
9,161 11
9,946 05
872 27
4,733 80
327 86
4 88
256 91
954 64
3,787 38
2,134 18
200 00
2,436 23
' 83 95
12 02
220 00
371 01
20 00
"98*76
440 57
2,047 50
$ 210,633 71
508 45
550 00
217,209 24
5,000 00
1,130 49
65,000 00
41 22
699 16
10,000 00
2,174 80
375 25
180 75-
246 00
153 43
866 89
763 33
631 91
192 00
427 00
11,447 45
5,737 12
1,611 25
500 00
600 00
435 38
2,378 20
540 95
3 83
$ 540,037 81
Total.
$   25,086 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 25
701 25
414 35
899 45
909 25
107 96
530 00
32,158 47
130 90
25,518 00
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 31
440 57
2,047 50
$ 390,907 91
1,576 74
2,196 00
370,421 70
14,000 00
5,845 92
65,000 00
112 50
76 38
41 22
699 16
10,000 00
2,426 05
725 00
300 37
246 00
153 43
866 89
763 33
631 91
102 00
427 00
11,447 45
5,737 12
1,611 25
500 00
600 00
3,435 40
6,628 00
367 55
2,953 06
'  7,061 53
679 69
1,742 22
3,737 79
3,788 67
435 38
2,378 20
540 95
3 83
$ 921,257 60
Heads of Expenditure*
I.—Public Debt :—
Interest 	
Sinking Fund (Dominion Savings Bank), Loan Act, 1874
,, (Trustees' account), Loan Act, 1877	
Premium and Exchange	
Discount and Commission	
Redemption	
II.—Civil Government (Salaries)	
III.—Administration of Justice (Salaries)	
IV.—Legislation	
V.—Public Institutions (maintenance):—
Assay Office	
Printing Office	
Lunatic Asylum	
VI.—Hospitals and Charities	
VII.—Administration of Justice (other than Salaries)	
VIII.—Education	
IX.—Transport	
X.—Rent	
XI.—Revenue Services	
XIL—Public Works :—
Works and Buildings 	
Government House, Victoria	
Roads, Streets, and Bridges	
Surveys	
Do.     Sumass Dyking Scheme .....*	
Graving Dock	
Do. Contract No. 1	
Do. Construction	
XIIL—Miscellaneous Expenditure	
Six Months
ended
31st Dec*, 1879.
Total Expenditure	
Personal Accounts.
Deposits repaid 	
Account Current, Bank of British Columbia	
Dominion Savings Bank	
*Remittances between Chests	
Bank of British Columbia (Special Deposit)	
Dominion Government Account	
Sinking Fund, Loan 1874, Interest on Deposit in Dominion Savings Bank	
British Columbia Loan Trustees, 1877 (accrued Interest on Sinking Fund)	
^Assessment Act Suspense Account	
Interest, (transfer to Interest on Investments of Sinking Fund)	
T. McK. Lambly, Collector, Okanagan	
C. Phair, ,, Lillooet	
J. C. Haynes, ,, Osoyoos	
J. Clapperton, „ Nicola '.	
B. Price, ,, Rock Creek	
H. Fry, ,, Cowichan	
F. Hussey, „ Lytton	
H. Guillod, „ Comox *	
C. S. Windsor, ,, Skeena	
R. Jones, Assessor, Victoria	
C. Todd, Superintendent of Police, Victoria	
The Hon. the Attorney-General	
J. C. Prevost, Registrar of Supreme Court	
The Hon. the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works	
Cash in hands of Deputy Treasurer on 30th June, 1880	
Do. J. C. Hughes, Sub-Accountant, New Westr., on 30th June, 1880
Do. W. Fernie, do. Kootenay, do.
Do. J. Bowron, do. Cariboo, do.
Do. G. C. Tunstall, do. Kamloops, do.
Do. M. Bray, do. Nanaimo, do.
Do. E. Allen, late Revenue Collector, Clinton, do.
$ 24,117 50
7,275 00
472 50
351 71
17,720 03
13,170 45
917 00
388 24
76 52
2,018 21
6,489 76
11,649 50
20,707 21
1,092 47
24 25
3,161 68
223 49
50,673 24
56 00
1,146 64
2,401 68
6,340 87
78 45
6,863 37
$ 183,601 97
304 89
144,788 46
10,000 00
1,042 49
503 39
350 00
95 00
5,150 00
700 00
500 00
600 00
$ 367,636 20
Six Months
ended
30th June, 1880.
24,117 50
543 00
7,275 00
360 00
491 22
20,000 00
23,228 60
31,172 59
12,073 59
366 42
596 34
4,448 51
11,363 86
25,466 03
26,043 91
2,625 81
24 25
4,337 97
2,219 19
149 30
47.023 83
75 00
748 72
2,952 38
1,596 26
649 14
13.024 60
$  262,973 02
7,708 85
214,155 21
14,279 62
164 84
20,000 00
400 00
40 89
1,489 75
218 80
13 47
2,373 15
374 75
215 00
244 95
247 58
848 77
443 89
631 85
427 00
11,461 03
800 00
911 25
3,297 10
2,482 29
486 92
1,074 60
11 25
2.754 07
3,091 50
Fiscal Year.
1st July, 1879,
TO
30th June, 1880.
$ 553,621 40
48,235 00
543 00
14,550 00
832 50
842 93
20,000 00
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
97,697 07
131 00
1,895 36
5,354 06
7,937 13
727 59.
19,887 97
$ 446,574 99
358,943 67
24,279 62
1,207 33
40,000 00
400 00
40 89
1,993 14
218 80
13 47
2,373 15
724 75
310 00
244 95
247 58
848 77
443 89
631 85
427 00
11,461 03
5,950 00
1,611 25
500 00
600 00
3,297 10
2,482 29
486 92
1,074 60
11 25
2,754 07
3,091 50
$ 921,257 60
Total.
$ 85,003 43
40,948 63
44,343 04
12,990 59
7,894 24
17,853 62
37,115 53
46,751 12
3,718 28
48 50
7,499 65
8,405 39
372 79
97,697 07
2,026 36
14,018 78
19,887 97
8,013 74
358,943 67
24,279 62
1,207 33
40,000 00
400 00
40 89
1,993 14
218 80
13 47
2,373 15
724 75
310 00
244 95
247 58
848 77
443 89
631 85
427 00
11,461 03
5,950 00
1,611 25
500 00
600 00
3,297 10
2,482 29
486 92
1,074 60
11 25
2,754 07
$ 921,257 60
Examined and found correct,
J. McB. Smith,
Auditor.
* These Accounts are finally closed.
Jas. Judson Young,
Deputy Treasurer. 96e
ftETUEN OF REVENUE FOR THE FISCAL YEAE ENDED 30th JUNE, 1880.
B.ETURN  OF   EEVENUE  COLLECTED  AND  BROUGHT  TO  ACCOUNT  AT  TREASURY,   FROM   1ST  JULY,   1879,  TO  30TH  JUNE,   1880.
Heads of Receipt.
Received'
from.
sundry
sources
at
Treasury.
Victoria
City.
Victoria
District.
Esquimalt
District.
Cowichan
District.
Nanaimo
District.
■'Comox
District.
New Westminster
District.
Yale District.
Lillooet District.
Ko6tenay
District.
Cariboo District.
Cassiar
District.
Skeena.
Yale.
Lytton.
Osoyoos
and
Rock Crk.
Nicola.
Kamloops
Okanagan.
1
Lillooet.
Clinton.
Cariboo.
Omineca.
Total.
Dominion of Canada:—
Annual Interest, at 5 per cent $ 25,086" 23
Do.    Subsidy      35,000 00
Do.     Grant per capita aW* 48,000 00
208,086 23
'■»»i?'''"'a
% 208,086 23
22,032 44
719 00
25 00
327 00
3,333 50
28 00
903 00
20 00
602 59
25 00
7,635 19
114 00
40 00
1,374 25
279 50
1,007 40
3,265 50
44 00
2,001 25
42 00
473 00
5 00
40 00
213 00
350 76
. i;065 50
155 00
100 00
878 50
293 50
1,061 50
3,801 00
140 00
628 50
50 00
150 00
25 56
70 69
25 56
66 32
1,126 40
235 00
17 50
1,330 00
216 50
1,263 41
95 00
25 00
65 91
213 50
12 50
....
10 00
220 00
120 00
2,412 50
96 75
4 00
115 00
87 50
755 00
15 00
65 00
7 50
827 69
297 00
4 25
110 00
30 00
75 00
210 00
140 00
355 00
16 00
155 00
110 00
l,03o 00
435 00
105 00
1,260 00
52 00
4,187 50
2,459 00
4,170 00
15 00
4 00
701 25
260 00
212 50
110 00
3,430 00
2,094 50
3,875 00
425 00
, 9,527 50
5 00
270 00
35 00
	
5,413 50
5,860 00
525 00
27 50
680 00
10 00
885 00
90 00
35 00
1,030 00
782 75
7 00
215 00
76 50
25,301 10
2,811 00
59 25
701 25
390 05
899 45
814 23
107 96
	
12 66
12 30
414 35
Reimbursements in aid  	
899 45
Miscellaneous Receipts   	
2 50
	
18 75
73 77
909 25
	
107 96
285 00
35 00
115 00
50 00
25 00
21,423 84
15 00
5 00
530 00
....
;	
329 21
10,405 42
32,158 47
110 44
15 75
4 71
2,955 00
962 82
582 61
88 85
60 25
29 54
_ * * * *
130 90
School Tax	
4.329 00 i        882 00
480 00
1,650 79
106 31
735 00
259 -34
172 71
.. A	
696 00
529 40
60 30
10 00
52 00
67 46
2,889 00
1,235 36
505 43
51 00
2,513 44
239 66
492 00
305 92
324 89
7 50
50 45
11 37
585 00
435 21
382 44
7 80
13 80
10 00
45 00
85 19
117 39
234 00
264 68
165 52
519 00
406 47
412 42
873 00
815 72
885 78
3,813 00
.1,062 52
980 89
291 00
15 50
65 40
'8 00
3,807 00
189 43
523 10
23 52
1,320 00
15 50
194 60
573 00
25,518 00
2,978 73
618 36
11,212 58
Win. 88 j
1,021 18|
11,470 03
1,217 85
454 M
IBS 54
263 25
90 64
48 50
38.09
75 00
20 05
144 15
50 27
188 60
7 68
1,409 05
190 33
5,218 45
186 921
2 25
263 87
2 61
1,329 23
138 00
          i
1 03
0 97
0 50
4 88
33 00
6 88
436 09
1,847 14
0  25;
1 00
0 75
1 00
2 70
475 29
*
2 40
381 75
.    44 25
44 55
70 25
14 00
1,894 09
1,096 25
4,117 62
i
2,286 75
437 26
6 00
34 75
587 88
37 05
107 00
22 00
34 75
7 50
4,570 63
28 00
4,742 43
326 30
2,348 09
326 30
3 34
3 08
20 60
13 001
3 90
22 24
0 37
9 85
3 96
5 72
132 14
62 75
537 50
4 30
6 77
2 50
5 00
1 85
3 50
27 96
0 22
44 58
61 15
0 88
2,610 57
172 18
160 00
371 01
128 31
1,300 00
25 00
702 50
371 01
128 31
	
::::::::::
1,300 00
..:.::.:::
•I
25 00
39 39
...
39 39
440 57
2,047 50
"
440 57
2,047 50
$
221,311 84
22,937 46
6,556 921
3,896 92
4,946 76
7,594 34
2,111 47
21,7/34 65
27,189 47
2,406 75
1,564 98
688 55
6,717 20
5,039 38
1,002 00
9,709 68
2,549 67
18,549 06
582 50
22,953 81
864 50
390,907 91
Audit Office,
20th December, 1880,
J. MoB. Smith,
Auditor. 96f
EETTTEN OF REVENUE COLLECTED AND BROUGHT TO ACCOUNT AT TEEASUEY, from 1st January to 30th June, 1880.
A Period of Six Months.
Received
from
sundry
sources
at
Treasury.
Victoria
City.
Victoria
District.
Esquimalt
District.
Cowichan
District.
Nanaimo
District.
1
Comox
District.
New Westminster
District.
Yale District.
Lillooet District.
Kootenay
District.
Cariboo District.
Cassiar
District.
Skeena.
Heads of Receipt.
Yale.
Lytton.
Osoyoos
and
Rock Crk.
Nicola.
Kamloops
Okanagan.
Lillooet.
Clinton.
Cariboo.
Omineca.
Total.
Dominion of Canada:—
104,039 45
/
Do.     Subsidy      17,500 00
Do.     Grant per capita      24,000 00
Do.    Payment for Lands conveyed     50,000 00
8104,039 45
8,611 13
2,256 00
276 00
454 75
5 00
217 00
1,000 00
17 00
484 00
16 00
274 00
25 00
3,192 63
94 00
36 00
792 00
125 00
957 00
34 00
960 00
30 00
279 75
404 50
240 00
140 50
708 00
657 00
Rents (exclusive of land)	
	
I	
100 00
100 00
70 69
10 00
323 58
180 00
17 50
1,100 00
91 25
394 27
Free Miners' Certificates :	
Mining Receipts, General	
25 00
17 50
65 91
213 50
12 50
145 00
67 50
1,330 00
53 25
70 00
50 00
375 00
15 00
55 00
7 50
310 00
297 00
4 00;
95 00
60 00
140 00
10 75
	
115 00
87 Kft
280 00
72 50
465 00
52 00
1,987 50
1,416 50
2,660 00
260 00
212 50
110 00
1,800 00
1,079 50
1,422 50
137 00
5,022 50
3,088 50
14,318 41
1,406 00
29 00
3,790 00
620 00
570 00
90 66
405 66
501 25
6 00
180 00
35 00
75 00
525
00
85 00
2 50
4 00
282 75
282 75
......
12 00
12 30
24 30
710 80
812 07
50 67
710 80
2 50
•
IS 75 i
73
77
907 09
50 67
170 00
25 661
35 00
35 00
15 00
7,430 29
5 00
5 00
290 00
207
96
2,885 82
10,524 07
84 65
81 8i
3,534 00
768 00
2,603 58
336 28
	
318 00
567 66
2 841
2,865 00
847 60
574 21
399 00
268 68
30 15
5 00
26 00
18 90|
i
2,448 00
1,161 13
497 83
39 00
2,418 19
145 83
4 88
33 00
468 00
281 42
302 89
7 50
50 45
1 00
246 00
152 32
167 80
7 80
6 90
45 66
85 19!
117 39
195 00
241 65
77 52
363 66
335 96
342 76!
372 00
443 28
458 80
t 3,468
899
832
00
74
45
282 00
15 50
65 40
8 00
2,529 00
166 69
451 90
23 52
900 00
15 00
170 60
342 00
20,109 00
1,466 86!       176 5l|
95 31i       123 081
9,161 11
9,946 05
872 27
5,301 68
700 10
81 35'
52 25 i
308 11
223 05          10 00!
20 05
144 i5
2 50
124 60
6 18
....
1,350 05
20 09
4,733 80
5 60
75           23 52             8 25
93 00
2 24
327 86
4 88
217 71
910 09
25
50
1 00!
i 66
2 70
256 91
44 55
70 25
4 00
954 64
669 50
1,795 07
i
* 2,286 75
270 81
504 38
6 55 j
65 75
9 25
34. ik\
156 00
12 75
3,787 38
2,134 18
16 001
 1
12 25
7
50
200 00
2,335 17
200 00
63
50
97
1 00
2 42
3 57;
j
56 44
62 75
100 00
	
4 30
87
1 85
3 50
11
76
17 37
16 20
88
2,436 23
83 95
Asylum for the Insane	
120 00
371 01
98 76
1
220 00
371 01
98 76
20 00
20 00
12 02
12 02
Chinese Tax Act (1878) .
v
440 57
2,047 50
i
2,047 50
5,908 171
|
j
1
1
113,352 71
16,049 14      5,095 72;     2,893 44
2,102 80,
1,050 30,   14,609 091
.-. v .■                  i
11,084 80 j
1,090 82
462 58i       538 52
1                   1
3,389 421
2,480 21
392 75 j
7,916 02
I
1,393 20
10,625 181
582 50
9,189 34
427 00
210,633 71
* Of this amount the sum of $1,858 is for Receipts from 1st July, 1875, to 30th June, 1879, the same having been retained by the Registrar of the County Court at New Westminster, now brought to account by voucher, as equivalent to salary allowance for that period,
t This amount includes $2,691 collected in 1877-78 by E. Allen, late Collector, Lillooet District.
Audit Office, J. McB. Smith,
20th December, 1880. Auditor. 44 Vic.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1879, to 30th June, 1880.
96a
1879-1880.
EXPENDITURE
For the Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1880.
SUMMAEY OF EXPENDITURE, from 1st July, 1879, to 30th June, 1880.
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	
XIII.—Miscellaneous	
Total.
Arrears,
S   475 71
2,869 21
22 00
168 00
1,036 49
167 09
387 80
110 15
591 98
1,176 45
31 48
140 37
7,176 73
Total
Expenditure,
$85,003 43
40,948 63
44,343 04
12,990 59
7,894 24
17,853 62
37,115 53
46,751 12
3,718 28
48 50
7,499 65
8,405 39
372 79
97,697 07'
2,026 36
14,018 78
19,887 97
446,574 99 96h
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1879, to 30th June, 1880.
1880
EXPENDITURE
For the Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1880-
Recapitulation of Expenditure, from 1st July, 1879, to 30th June, 1880.
£3T For details, see Sessional Papers, 1880, pages 41 to 58s, 459 to 479, and 1881, pages 97 to 124,
Vote,
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
Sohed.D
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
Sohed. B
27
28
28A
30
31
32
33
34
36
37
38
SERVICE.
I.—Public Debt.
Interest	
Sinking Fund	
Premium and Exchange ..
Discount and Commission.
Payment of Debentures ..
II.—Civil Government (Salaries).
Lieutenant Governor's Office	
Provincial Secretary's Department .
Treasury Department 	
Lands and Works Department	
Attorney General's Department ...
Registrar-General's Department ...
Legislation	
Registration of Voters	
Assay Office	
Lunatic Asylum	
Revenue Services 	
Temporary Assistance	
III.—Administration of Justice (Salaries).
Supreme Court 	
Sheriffs	
County Court	
Do.       (1876-77-78-79) .
Police and Gaols, Victoria .
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do,
Esquimalt	
New Westminster	
New Westminster District ,
Kootenay   	
Cariboo   	
Cassiar 	
do	
Yale	
Kamloops  	
Clinton	
Nanaimo	
IV.—Legislation.
Indemnity to Members	
Mileage	
Registration of Voters (other than Salaries)
Expenses of Elections	
Contingent Fund 	
Telegrams	
Journals and Statutes Binding	
V.—Public Institutions (Maintenance).
Assay Office, Cariboo   	
Printing Office, Victoria	
Lunatic Asylum, New Westminster:—
Provisions 4
Fuel	
Medicines	
Clothing	
Furniture	
Transport of Lunatics and Keepers	
Miscellaneous .,,,.,,,	
160 92^
664 00
216 38
193 93
57 75
822 36
352 38
Expenditure.
848,235 00
15,093 00
832 50
842 93
20,000 00
85,003 43
1,393 07
10,382 90
6,480 00
7,580 00
1,950 00
2,599 92
650 00
592 35
1,200 00
5,079 96
2,380 48
659 95
40,948 63
2,135 00
999 93
1,828 75
1,858 00
7,159 17
720 00
6,836 92
720 00
1,404 00
6,024 00
7,591 57
1,094 00
1,370 00
1,200 00
500 00
3,401 70
44,343 04
8,800 00
2,610 00
13 00
364 75
243 09
959 75
12,990 59
754 66
672 86
6,466 72
7,894 24 44 Vic.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1879, to 30th June, 1880,
98i
Vote.
41
42
43
44
45
40
47
48
49
50
61
62
53
54
55
66
67
68
59
60
61
62
63
I
67
SERVICE
RECAPITULATION.—Continued.
VI.—Hospitals and Charities.
Hospital, Victoria ,.,, , ,
Do.    New Westminster ,	
Do.    Cariboo ,	
Do.     Nanaimo	
Do.     Cassiar	
Hospital allowance, medicines, &c :	
In aid of destitute poor and sick	
VII.—Administration of Justice (other than Salaries).
Administration of Justice :—
Summoning and paying Jurors and Witnesses	
Prosecution and Interpreters '.,
Expenses of Inquests	
Criminal Punishment	
Fees to Justices of the Peace	
Rewards	
Police and Gaols :—
Keep of Prisoners, Rents, &c	
Special Constables	
Transport of Prisoners and Constables 	
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 	
X.—Rent.
Rent of ground, Government House 	
XI.—Revenue Services.
Commission	
Courts of Appeal	
Travelling Expenses	
Rent, Miscellaneous, &c	
Costs re Chinese Tax Act 1878	
XII.—Public Works.
Works and Buildings.
Repairs to Government Buildings and Fences, Victoria (including $150 on Public School)
Do. do. New Westminster	
Do. do. Nanaimo	
Do. do. Yale	
Do. do. Cariboo	
Do. do. Forks Quesnelle	
Do. do. Cassiar	
Do. do. Kootenay 	
Metlakahtla Lock-up	
Okanagan Lock-up	
Lunatic Asylum, New Westminster	
School-House, Lillooet	
Victoria School Reserve	
Improvement of Government Reserve, Victoria.,..; '..'.'.,.
Furniture, Government Offices \,"
Insurance of Government Buildings ,.,.,, , , ,, ,	
Expenditure.
85,416 58
4,604 08
8,999 96
3,000 00
519 00
110 00
204 00
17,853 62
7,074 96
3,456 20
658 65
144 13
46 00
1,300 00
12,920 98
5,854 56
6,660 05
37,115 53
1,863 07
10,555 74
4,037 87
2,557 33
2,765 54
5,504 00
1,285 90
2,799 40
5,947 04
5,057 98
2,066 34
2,310 91
46,751 12
171 13
3,233 03
314 12
3,718 28
48 50
6,549 65
950 00
7,499 65
1,169 35
187 75
238 20
15 18
79 75
300 02
308 20
67 00
422 87
685 86
1,379 87
712 08
294 50
83 62
705 09
1,756 05
8,405 39 96j
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1879, to 30th June, 1880.
1880
Vote.
SERVICE
70   I
"■{
72 -
73
74
■   75
76
77
78
79
80
82
83
84
85
86
87
95
97
43 V.140
„   141
„    144
RECAPITULATION.—Concluded.
XII.—Public Works.—Concluded.
Government House, Victoria.
Repairs to building  	
Do.      fencing	
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.
Victoria City District 	
Victoria District	
Esquimalt District	
Victoria and Esquimalt Districts—Bridge Repairs .
Shoal Harbour Wharf	
Cowichan District   -.•.-..-....
Nanaimo District -.	
Comox District 	
Main Trunk Road	
New Westminster District	
Yale District  	
Lillooet District	
Kootenay District	
Cariboo District	
Cassiar District	
Roods, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves^
throughout the Province 	
Victoria City District  $     3 82
Victoria District  525 70
Esquimalt District  233 51
Cowichan District  227 90
Nanaimo District   742 51
Comox District   220 25
Main Trunk Road  3,612 34
Yale District  4,393 60
Jallooet District   40 ""
Surveys throughout the Province
Sumass Dyking Act, 1878	
Graving Dock.
Contract No. 1 ;—
Reed Bros. & Co	
Graving Dock :—
Resident Engineer's Salary	
Storage 	
Insurance	
Payment for land taken	
Erecting pump	
Working pump 	
Construction Account;—
Advertising, Express Charges, &c	
XIIL—Miscellaneous,
Advertising	
Stationery	
Postage	
Telegrams	
Fuel and Light 	
Library, Legislative and Departmental 	
Fees to Registrars	
Refunds	
Premium on Guarantee Bonds	
Allowance to Officer, Kootenay	
Fire Department, Victoria	
Do. Nanaimo	
Do. New Westminster 	
Do. Cariboo 	
Miscellaneous not detailed	
Reporting Judges' decisions  ,	
Gratuity to Widow of G. Jenkinson	
Do. J. Ussher	
James Orr	
Expenditure.
8 283 54
89 25
372 79
3,900 00
4,332 25
4,148 51
70 00
900 00
1,885 88
4,535 00
901 50
48,672 95
2,663 93
3,640 84
3,352 50
i 1,994 80
3,579 41
3,119 60
10,000 00
97,697 07
131 00
1,895 36
2,026 36
7,937 13
2,187 00
960 00
353 75
400 00
23 00
1,430 31
727 59
14,018 78
1,320 25
2,960 15
2.007 45
909 44
1,605 72
324 50
12
979 99
1,560 56
200 00
1,500 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
500 00
2,969 79
200 00.
300 00
300 00
250 00
19,887 97
Audit Office,
8th December, 1880,
J. McB. Smith,
Auditor. 44 Vic
Public Accounts, 1st April to 80th June, 1880.
97
STATEMENT showing the Payments made from the Provincial Treasury, On
account of the Province of British Columbia, during the Three Months from
1st April to 30th June, 1880.
TO WHOM PAID.
Bank of British Columbia
Various persons	
Bank of British Columbia
London Brokers	
Various persons	
W. L. Boyle	
R. G. Tatlow	
T. Luscombe	
G. W. Winter	
Hon. T. B. Humphreys
T. Elwyn	
D. Deasy	
R. Wolfenden 	
G. Williams	
R. Butler 	
F. Shakespeare	
R. Holloway	
V. E. Robinson	
Hon. R. Beaven	
J. J. Young	
J. McB. Smith	
T. H. Williams .......
Hon. G. A. Walkem ..
W. S. Gore	
F. G. Richards, Jr	
J. J. Austin	
E. Harrison, Jr	
H. B. W. Aikman	
R. F. Tolmie	
F. Williams	
T. Fell	
T. Deasy	
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
I.—PUBLIC DEBT.
Vote No. 1.—Interest.
6 months' interest, at 6 per cent., on §20,000, 37 Vic, Chap. 21	
6 do. 7      „ 45,500, 42 Vic, Chap. 48	
Vote No. 4.—Discount and Commission.
Commission on payment of half-yearly coupons, 84,500 @ 1 per cent...
Brokerage in London on investment for Sinking Fund (Loan 1877)	
Vote No. 5.—Payment of Debentures.
Debentures, 42 Vic, Chap. 28, Nos. 2, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9,11,12, 15,16,17, 20,
22, 23, 28,* 33, 37, 40, 41, 42, 43, 45, 46, 48, 53, 56, 59, 61, 62, 66, 68,
74, 77, 78, 79, 81, 82, 84, 85, and 86 ;
II.—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).
Vote No. 6.—Lieutenant-Governor's Office.
Private Secretary, 1st to 10th April	
Do. 15th April to 30th June'	
Messenger and Gardener, 1st April to 30th June	
Messenger, 1876 (brought to account by authority of Schedule C, 43 Vic,
chap. 25)	
Vote No. 7.—Provincial Secretary and Minister of Mines.
Provincial Secretary, 1st April to 30th June.
Deputy Provincial Secretary,      do.
do.
Printing Branch.
Superintendent, 1st April to 30th June .
Printer, do.
Do. do.
Assistant Printer, do.
Sessional Printer, do.
Do. 1st April to 15th May.
Vote No. 8.—Treasury.
Minister of Finance and Agriculture, 1st April to 30th June
Deputy Treasurer,                                                  do.
Auditor,                                                                   do.
Assistant (temporary), 10th May to 30th June	
Vote No.
-Lands and Works Department.
Chief Commissioner, 1st April to 30th June .
Surveyor-General, do.
Draughtsman, do.
Clerk of Records, do.
Vote No. 10.—Attorney-General's Department.
Solicitor, 1st April to 30th June	
Vote No. 11.—Registrar-General.
Registrar of Titles, 1st April to 30th June.
Clerk, do.
Vote No. 12.—Leoislation.
Mr. Speaker, Sessional     	
Clerk of the House and Law Clerk, Sessional
do.
Carried forward.
Arrears,
$ cts.
5 65
S cts.
700 00
1,592 60
225 00
20 61
25 00
187 50
124 98
750 00
375 00
217 50
450 00
270 00
270 00
90 00
240 00
120 00
750 00
450 00
420 00
173 32
750 00
450 00
375 00
330 00
499 98
150 00
250 00
300 00
100 00
8   cts.
2,292 60
20,000 00
343 13
1,342 60
1,440 00
1,793 82
1,905 00
.450 00
650 00
1,573 93 98
Public Accounts, 1st April to 30th June, 1880.
1880
TO WHOM PAID.
E. A. Leigh	
R. H. Pidcock .
Henry Fry ....
Samuel Roberts
M. O'Connor...
Alex. Mouat...
T. R. Mclnnes .
J. Phillips	
A. Cummings..
C Digby	
H. Young	
B. Dooling	
J. Maguire ....
Flora Ross	
J. Stephens....
Indian Mary...
R. Jones	
T. H. Giffin....
E. Bell   	
P. Brady	
L. S. Hughes ..
E. Bell	
J. C. Prevost ..
B. Evans 	
H. Evans	
H. V. Edmonds
Geo. Byrnes ...
E. A. Leigh....
J. A. R. Homer
Do.
C. Todd	
Jas. Robson	
J. W. Hutchison 	
A. W. Rogers	
E. Truran	
F. Hussey	
H. Murray	
J. D. Ford	
W. Bowden, dec'd, estate
Dr. J. S. Helmcken ..
J. D. Campbell	
J. C. Hughes	
W. Moresby	
G. Green	
J. McNamara	
W. Edwards	
C. N. Trew	
D. B. Grant	
J. E. Gray	
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward	
II.—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Concluded.
Vote No. 13.—Registration of Voters.
Collector of Voters for Victoria City and Esquimalt Districts, 1st March
to 30th June	
Collector of Voters, Comox, 1st January to 30th June  	
Do. Cowichan, 1st October, 1879, to 30th June, 1880 ...
Do. Victoria District, 1st January to 30th June	
Do. Lillooet, do. 	
Vote No. 14.—Assay Office.
Assayer, 1st January to 30th June	
Vote No. 15.—Lunatic Asylum.
Medical Officer, 1st March to 30th June	
Superintendent, do. do. 	
"eeper, do. do. 	
Do. do. do. 	
Do. do. do. 	
Do. do. do. 	
Do. do. do. 	
Matron, do. do. 	
Cook, do. do. 	
Washer do. do. 	
Vote No. 16.—Revenue Services.
Assessor and Collector, Victoria City, Victoria and Esquimalt Districts.
1st April to 30th June   '.
Toll Collector, Cassiar, I ;t May to 30th June	
Toll Collector, Clinton, 3 months, to Sept., 1878, and allowance, 7 days
extra in Oct.( brought to account by authority of Sched. D, 43 V. c. 25)
Toll Collector, Cassiar, 5th May to 30th June, 1876       „ ,,
"Do. Clinton, salary, Sep., 1871 „     C       „
Do. do.      3 months, 1878 „ „
III.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (SALARIES).
Vote No. 17.—Supreme Court.
Registrar, 1st March to 30th June	
Usher, 1st April lo 30th June	
Assistant at the Assize	
Vote No. 18.—Sheriffs.
Sheriff, New Westminser, 1st March to 30th June 	
Sheriff, Cariboo, 1st January to 30th June	
Vote No. 19.—County Court.
Registrar, Victoria, 1st March to 30th June	
Do.      New Westminster, 1st July, 1879, to 30th June, 1880 ....
Do.                    do.            1st July, 1875, to 30th June, 1879 (by authority of Schedule D, 43 Vic, chap. 25)	
Vote No. 20.—Police and Gaols, Victoria.
Superintendent of Police, 1st April to 30th June	
Gaoler, do. 	
Assistant Gaoler, do. 	
Do. do.	
Senior Convict Guard, do.	
Convict Guard, 1st April to 31st May	
Do. do. 30th June	
Do. do. do	
As Superintendent of Police, 1 month and 26 days (1878)	
Medical attendant, 1st January to 30th June	
Vote No. 21.—Police and Gaols, Esquimalt.
Constable, 1st March to 30th June	
Vote No. 22.—Police and Gaols, New Westminster.
Government Agent, 1st March to 30th June	
Gaoler, do. 	
Assistant Gaoler, do. 	
Senior Convict Guard, do. 	
Convict Guard, do. 	
Medical Officer, do.	
Extra Guard, 37£ days ©82.50 	
Do. 61    „ 	
Carried forward	
Arrears,
8 cts.
5 65
135 00
233 87
1 19
100 00
1,608 00
167 21
2,250 92
8 cts.
50 00
25 00
56 25
50 00
37 50
133 32
300 00
200 00
160 00
180 00
180 00
180 00
200 00
120 00
40 00
300 00
200 00
135 00
233 87
1 19
100 00
500 00
150 00
25 00
160 64
250 00
300 00
428 75
174199
300"00
228 00
180 00
240 00
120 00
180 00
180 00
167 21
200 00
633 32
400 00
304 00
320 00
240 00
133 32
93 75
152 50
2,176 89
8 cts.
3,673 93
218 75
600 00
1,693 32
970 06
12,056 06
675 00
416 64
2,586 76
1,970 20
240 00
5,888 59 44 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st April to 30th June, 1880.
99
TO WHOM PAID.
R. Stevens .
C. Warwick..
H. B. Early
J. E. Gray...
R. Stevens ..
J. Miller.
W. Fernie.
John Bowron ...
James Lindsay..
S. Archer	
W. Stephenson .
J. B. McLain ...
J. L. Crimp....
R. Poole	
T. H. Giffin....
A. W. Vowell .
Do.
Do.
G. Dougherty .
J, Normansell .
N. Fitzstubbs .
E. Bovill	
W. Teague
F. Hussey.
G. Pope ...
J. Ussher, dec'd, estate.
G. C. Tunstall	
W. Livingstone.
E. G. Prior .
W. Stewart.
S. Drake ...
M. Bray....
A. Dick ....
Various members .
Various members.
" Daily Standard"
J. C. Brown	
G. B. Main .
James Parsons.
R. T. Williams.
jFOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward	
III.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (SALARIES).—Concluded.
Vote No, 22.—Police and Gaols, New Westminster—Concluded.
Extra Guard, 7th to 30th April	
Assistant Government Agent, 1st to 30th June	
Extra Guard, 4th May to 30th June, 58 days @ §2 50 W diem.	
Do. 3 days, May	
Do. 1st May to 30th June, 61 days @ 82 50 ^ diem	
Vote No. 23.—Police and Gaols, New Westminster District.
Constable, Burrard Inlet, 1st January to 30th June 	
Vote No. 24.—Police and Gaols, Kootenay.
Government Agent, 1st February to 30th June	
Vote No. 25.—Police and Gaols, Cariboo.
Government Agent, 1st January to 30th June	
Chief Constable and Collector,   do. 	
Constable and Collector, Lightning Creek, 1st January to 30th June.
Do.                  Forks Quesnelle,                     do.
Messenger, 1st January to 30th June 	
Vote No. 26.—Police and Gaols, Cassiar.
Recorder and Constable, Laketon, 1st January to 30th June 	
.... i Do. McDame's Creek,        do. 	
Constable, Glenora, 1st January to 30th April	
Gold Commissioner, Laketon, 1st February to 30th June	
Do. do.      1st April, 1879, to 31st January, 1880
Reimbursement for difference of salary paid to S. Redgrave, prior to
advice (Schedule B, 43 Vic, chap. 25)	
Constable and Gaoler, Glenora, 7th May to 30th June 	
Assistant Gaoler, do.      16th May to 30th June	
Constable, Laketon, 1st April to 30th Sep., 1878(Sched. B, 43 Vic. c. 25)
Constable and Gaoler, Laketon, 1st August to 30th Sep., 1878    do.
Vote No. 27.—Police and Gaols, Yale.
Government Agent, 1st January to 30th June	
Collector and Constable, Lytton, 1st to 30th June	
Assistant Toll Collector, Yale, 1st May to 30th June 	
Vote No. 28.—Police and Gaols, Kamloops.
Late Government Agent, 1st to 11th December, 1879	
Government Agent, 1st February to 30th June, 1880	
Vote No. 28a.—Police and Gaols, Clinton.
Constable, 1st January to 30th June	
Vote No. 29.—Police and Gaols, Nanaimo.
Government Agent and Inspector of Mines, 1st March to 31st May
Gaoler and Constable. 1st March to 30th June	
Convict Guard, do. 	
Government Agent, 1st to 30th June 	
Inspector of Mines, 12th to 30th June	
IV.—LEGISLATION.
Vote No. 30.—Indemnity to Members.
22 Members @ 8400 each	
Vote No. 31.—Mileage.
From and to place of residence	
Vote No. 32.—Registration of Voters.
Advertising Notices.
Do.
Vote No. 33.—Expenses of Elections.
Services as Poll Clerk	
Vote No. 34.—Contingent Fund.
Subscription to Colonist Newspaper	
Binding Standard, Colonist, N. W. Herald, Guardian, and J
Carried forward	
Arrears,
$ cts.
2,250 92
8 cts.
750 00
310 00
5 00
3,349 92
2,176 89
58 75
75 00
145 00
7 50
152 50
852 00
750 00
600 00
750 00
60 00
750 00
750 00
400 00
833 30
34 00
180 64
164 53
750 00
310 00
600 00
80 00
30 00
35 50
500 00
450 00
300 00
240 00
100 00
31 70
7 50
5 50
10 25
18 00
28 25
cts.
2,615 64
360 00
585 00
. 5,839 07
710 00
535 50
270 00
1,121 70
8,800 00
2,610 00
13 00
5 00
11;428 00 100
Public Accounts, 1st April to 30th June, 1880.
1880
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
M. W. Waitt & Co
" Colonist" office.
S. Reid & Co	
J. Weiler	
T. Fell	
Fellfe Co	
M. &H. A. Fox..
T. Deasy	
B. Evans	
C. McCormick ...
M. Willis	
Lowen & Erb	
R. T. Williams...
Do. do. ...
Do. do. ...
Do. do. ...
Do. do. ...
Do.      do.   ...
Langley & Co	
B. C. Express Co	
J. C. Devlin	
Mason & Daley	
H. B. Company	
Langley & Co	
J. C. Devlin	
E. Deslauriers	
J. Harkins	
Rickman & Ofner	
Millar & Richard   	
Bank British Columbia
G. Doughty	
J. Bramwell	
Rickman & Ofner	
Mrs. Deasy	
John Cameron.
E. A. Atkins...
McCleary Bros.
W. Harvey	
Neufelder & Roi
J. Ibbotson	
H. Elliott	
A. M. Herring .
W. J. Jeffree ...
Mrs. Hoy	
McCleary Bros.
H. Hoy	
Felix Martin...
Str. Enterprise
J. Holden	
Str. Enterprise
Do.
Brought forward	
IV.—LEGISLATION—Concluded.
Vote No. 34.—Contingent Fund.—Concluded.
Stationery	
Advertising Private Bills and Committee Meetings	
Six towels	
Cutlery, crockery-ware, &c	
Petty disbursements ■.	
Supplies	
Cutlery	
Cleaning Assembly Rooms before the Session, 23 days @ 82 per day
Supplies	
Subscription to Standard Newspaper	
Carriage hire for Committee to Schools and Hospital	
Supplies, 1878	
Vote No. 36.—Journals and Statutes Binding.
Binding Statement of Expenditure, 1879	
Do.     Minister of Mines Report and 15 vols. Gazette	
Do.     Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works Report, 200 copies
Do.     Superintendent of Police Report	
Do.     Journals and Statutes, 1880	
Lettering Statutes	
V.—PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).
Vote No. 37.—Assay Office, Cariboo.
8 lbs. of nitric acid	
Freight on do., (special rate)	
3 lbs. nitric acid	
220 sacks charcoal	
Freight and drayage, 186 lbs	
Bi-chloride, mercury, borax, quicksilver, &c.
Nitric acid, soap, and matches	
3^ cords of wood :	
Sawing firewood and shovelling snow	
Matches and soap	
Type	
Exchange on Draft (834 91)	
Two lye brushes	
Repairs to Printing Press, Engine, and Boiler.
Coai oil and soap	
Washing towels, 6 months, to 30th June  	
Vote No. 38.—Printing Office, Victoria.
Arrears,
8  cts
3,349 92
Vote No.
-Lunatic Asylum, New Westminster.
Provisions.
12 00
Groceries, March and April	
Milk, February, March, April, and May.
Meat and vegetables,       do. do.    .
Bread, do. do.    .
Groceries, May and June	
Fish, April and May	
Fuel.
Coal and wood, February to 30th June  ...
Medicines.
Drugs, etc., February to 30th June	
Clothing.
Sundry clothing, 1st March to 30th June.
Furniture.
Two bedsteads	
1 bale of hay for filling mattresses ,
1 bedstead	
Transport of Lunatics and Keepers.
Conveyance of 2 lunatics from Victoria to New Westminster	
Passage of Constable Martin and 2 lunatics (bed and meals)   do.
Convejrance of a lunatic to the Asylum	
Passage of Supt. of Police and 1 Constable with 3 lunatics (Dec. 1879)..
Passage of Wm. Morseby and 1 lunatic to Victoria	
Carried forward.
3,361 92
cts.
28 25
15 00
5 00
3 00
45 62
11 75
38 47
16 75
46 00
2 00
7 00
7 50
12 00
11 00
49 75
10 00
4 00
248 50
2 00
8 00
10 00
4 50
165 00
10 80
63 87
6
21 00
44 00
2 00
34 91
2!
2 50
22 90
3 75
6 00
8 cts.
230 87
134 55
603 51
426 81
226 80
19 66
14 00
2 50
7 00
11,428 00
5 00
10 50
2 00
13 50
4 25
35 25
238 34-
72 31
1,542 10
289 60
63 18
71 76
23 50
2,396 21 44 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st April to 30th June, 1880.
101
TO WHOM PAID.
Wm. Teague	
Str. Western Slope	
T. Mitchell	
J. W. Howison	
W. Lewis	
W. Keatley	
O. Jones	
Mrs. Wirth	
H. B. Earlev 	
S. Tuttle	
J. W. Howison	
S. M. Nelson	
Dominion Telegraph Co.
A. B. Ferguson	
J. A. Newland	
H. B. Dart	
P. Clair	
L. Hautier	
G. McReeve	
Indian Billy	
W. Boyd	
Str. Princess Louise	
R. O'Brien 	
W. McKee	
Conrad Kostering	
P. Grinder	
B. C. Express Co	
J. Haller	
Str. Enterprise	
Henry Bonson	
W. Leech	
J. Holoran	
R. Law	
T. N. Hibben & Co	
A. Masters	
J. Jackson	
F. W. Foster	
P. Ellis, M.D	
D. Withrow	
C. G. Major 	
A. Masters, M.D	
C.N. Trew, M.D	
W. C. Ward, Treasurer..
J. Morrison, President ..
W. Rennie, Secretary	
J. Harvey, Treasurer ...
R. Glenn	
J. Booker	
Clearihuc & Carson	
N. McArthur	
Callbreath, Grant & Cook
W. Gray	
Moore & Co	
J. T. Galbraith & Bros...
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward	
V.—PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).—Concluded.
Vote No. 39.—Lunatic Asylum, New West'r.—Concluded.
Transport of Lunatics and Keepers.—Concluded.
Keep of lunatic (J. Maxfield) 4 days	
Passage of lunatic and constable, Yale to New Westminster	
Services in charge of lunatic, 7 days, @ 82 50 per day 	
Meals and bed for do	
Conveyance of 2 lunatics	
Attending on J. W. Fulp, a lunatic, 5 days	
Meals and lodging, two men with lunatic	
Do. do.       on return	
Assisting to convey Fulp to New Westminster, 7 days	
Meals and bed do, do. (3 men)	
Do.       for W, Livingstone on return from New Westminster.
Do. do. do. do.
Telegram do. to Teague, and reply	
Meals for do.	
Meals and bed for do. 	
Clothing supplied to Officers in transport of Fulp	
Do. do. do. 	
Board and lodging       do. do. 	
Do. do. do. 	
Three Indians packing (2 days each)    do. 	
Attending on lunatic Fulp (5 days)	
Passage of Supt. of Police in charge of lunatic	
Attending on Fulp, 5 days	
Do. do.    3 days	
Do. do.    5 days	
Use of team and services conveying Fulp from Big Bar & return, 5 days
Conveying officer and lunatic from Clinton to New West., and return
Attendance on lunatic Fulp, 3 days	
Passage of constable and lunatic (D. Fraser) from Victoria, and return
of constable	
Conveyance of John Reed from Steamer to the Asylum	
Attendance on Fulp, 5 days	
Conveying two lunatics to the Asylum (D. Fraser and M. Feak)....
Miscellaneous.
Arrears,
8   cts.
8 fire-bars and pattern	
Illustrated papers and stationery	
Certificate lunacy (John Puck)	
Repairing cooking utensils	
Enema apparatus, and paid Dr. Masters for advice for J. W. Fulp
Medical attendance on Fulp	
Funeral of D. Messieur	
Spade, mattock, and yarn for knitting, etc	
Certificate of lunacy (W. Eversly)	
Do. do	
VI.—HOSPITALS AND CHARITIES.
Vote No. 40.—Hospital, Victoria.
Grant in aid (March, April, May, and June)   	
Vote No. 41.—Hospital, New Westminster.
Grant in aid (March, April, and May)	
Vote No. 42.—Hospital, Cariboo.
Grant in aid (January to June) -.	
Vote No. 43.—Hospital, Nanaimo.
Grant in aid (March, April, May, and June) 	
Vote No. 44.—Hospital, Cassiar.
Services rendered to a Kanaka frost-bitten at McDames Ck., in January
Do.    transporting him f ram Laketon to Glenora, January	
Provisions supplied to a destitute Indian  	
Coffin for Indian, who died from destitution ■	
Medicines for H. Morton, who was sick and destitute	
Cash advanced to him, to enable him to get to Victoria for advice	
Vote No. 45.—Hospital Allowance—Medicines, &c.
Medicines, etc. (Cassiar)	
Freight on medicines, Victoria to Kootenay	
Carried forward	
3,361 92
3,361 92
8 cts.
3 00
5 50
17 50
3 00
2 50
15 00
8 00
1 50
21 00
6 50
9 00
3 00
1 86
6 50
10 00
12 25
4 50
10 00
4 50
12 00
16 00
4 00
15 00
9 00
15 00
50 00
162 50
9 00
10 60
1 00
15 00
2 00
3 80
6 50
10 00
1 76
23 21
15 00
25 00
11 00
5 00
5 00
100 00
200 00
6 50
12 00
7 50
25 00
90 00
.20 00
cts.
2,396 21
3,000 :
1,999 98
1,000 00
351 00
110 00
6,544 26
<..-:,
i 102
Public Accounts, 1st April to 30th June, 1880.
1880
TO WHOM PAID.
James Smith..
Fred. King ...
John Hardison
J. T. Edwards	
T. J. Trapp	
A. W. Shumway	
John McLeod	
Robert Scott	
Indian Neashot	
Indian J. Weehalt	
Indian Cusbamhlh	
A. J. Robertson	
H. Mathers	
W. Palmer	
James Wise	
Wm. Turnbull	
Wm. Thornhill	
P.Bennett	
T.. J. Trapp	
Wm. Palmer	
R. Scott	
A. Shumway	
John McLeod	
Indian John	
W. Walker	
Jenny	
Theresa	
Wm. Turnbull	
C. N. Trew, M.D	
Capt. Jack	
Preston Bennett	
Occidental Hotel	
B. P. Griffin	
B. C. Express Co	
Thomas Harris	
Auguste Joyal	
Bob	
J. Lamproux	
M. Joyal 	
Alice Heffley	
F. Guffin	
A. Lamproux	
Indian Sam	
Indian Bob	
J. L. Crimp	
C. Todd, Supt. of Police.
Indian Jimmy	
John Bull	
Indian Capt. John	
Indian Jim	
Indian Bob	
Indian Jim Queen 	
J. W. Howison	
B. D. Bullard  	
A. Gilmore	
F. Carne ....
W. Jansen	
Steamer Enterprise	
,,      Royal City	
,,       William Irving .
Goodwin & Purcell	
Indian Billy	
Smith & Eastman  	
B. C. Express Co	
D. H. McMillan   	
Mason & Daly	
J. Munro 	
J. Royd	
J. Austen	
W. W. Walkem, M.D. ...
N. Fitzstubbs	
Do.
Do.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward	
VI.—HOSPITALS AND CHARITIES.—Concluded.
Vote No. 46.—In aid of Destitute Poor and Sick.
Assisting him to proceed to Yale 	
Attendance on G. Turner as nurse	
Grant in aid, he being totally blind	
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
Vote No. 47.—Administration of Justice.
Summoning and paying Jurors and Witnesses.
Witness fee and travelling expenses, Regina v. McLean Bros. & Hare ..
Do. do. do. do.
Do. do. do. do.
Do. do. do. do.
Do. do. do. do.
Do.    Regina v. P. Quintal (June, 1879)	
Do. do. do	
Do. do. do	
Do.    Regina v. "Dandy Jim '	
Jury fees,        do.       Moon Gan	
Witness fees and expenses (15th Jan. to 29th March) R. v. Me Lean Bros.
Jury fees, Regina v. Gammon	
t Do. do.        McLean Bros, and Hare	
Witness fees and expenses, Regina v. McLean Bros, and Hare	
Do. do. '    do. do.
Do. do. do. do.
Do. do. do.
Do.     and expenses     do. do.
Do. do. do. do.
Do. do. do. do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
Jury fees (12 Jurors, each 2
Witness (1 day)
Do. (12 days) and exps.
Witness fees and expenses
Keep of Jury (3 days),
Refreshments for 12 jurymen (17th Dec, 1879) .
Carriage of the late J. Ussher's clothing to New Westminster.
Summoning Jurors, attendance on trials .
Witness fee, Regina v.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Henrich
Gammon
do.
do.
days extra, @ 81.50), R. v. McLeans & Hare
Regina v. Roberts	
do. Halliday	
do. McLean Bros, and Hare
do. do.
Tait
do.
do,
do. 	
do. 	
Regina v. T. Savona ...
do.
Regina v. Jacobs (1878)
do. ,,
Expenses summoning jurors and witnesses at Cassiar Assizes, Sep. 1879
Paid for Annie, an Indian witness brought to Victoria, re Poole murder
Bringing witnesses do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
Meals for witnesses and Superintendent of Police do.
Stage fare do.
Clothing for two witnesses do.
Board and lodging of witnesses do.
do.                    do. do.
Passage of Superintendent of Police and 3 witnesses do.
do.                         do.                                do. do.
do.                         do.                                do. do.
Provisions for witnesses do.
Conveying Superintendent of Police over Douglas Portage,     do.
Provisions for witnesses do.
Express fare for Superintendent of Police do.
Witness re Stewart	
Meals and bed for witness McMillan do.
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
Stage fare, Barkerville to Cottonwood do.
Witness at New Westminster Assizes, 1879 do.
Attending at Supreme Court, Laketon (brought to account by authority of Schedule C, 43 Vic, chap. 25)	
Do.                           do.            Telegraph Creek, do.             do.
Paid fees to 23 Grand Jurors do.             do.
Carried forward.
Arrears,
$   cts.
3,361 92
8   cts.
320 00
5 00
5 00
40 00
60 00
115 00
3,906 92
10 00
25 00
50 00
272 00
22 60
22 50
22 50
22 50
6 00
2 00
2 25
9 00
18 00
314 00
18 00
18 00
25 60
25 60
320 00
21 00
320 00
315 00
315 00
6 00
4 00
5 00
6 00
36 00
4 00
24 00
24 00
112 00
6 50
3 76
480 00
1 50
1 50
1 50
1 50
1 50
2 50
2 50
5 00
5 00
98 00
42 12
10 00
9 75
8 00
10 00
21 00
5 00
2 50
8 00
33 00
20 00
20 00
8 50
11 50
6 50
3 75
2 00
12 00
27 50
24 00
9 00
1 50
0 00
4 60
19 00
40 00
60 00
115 00
cts.
5.544 26
85 00
3,460 12
8,460 12 44 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st April to 30th June, 1880.
103
TO WHOM PAID.
Langley & Co	
Fellfc Co	
W. J. Jeffree	
Victoria Gas Co	
Van Volkenburgh & <
E. Carswell	
DeWiederhold & Co.
A. Strong *	
H. Saunders	
W. P. Sayward 	
P. J. Houlihan	
Victoria Gas Co	
E. Brown	
A. Peele	
K. Thomas	
C. G. Major	
French & Guichon ..
Walter Blackie	
Wm. Harvey	
W. H. Keary •	
D. Withrow	
James Lindsay	
John Bowron	
M. Ba'-ry	
C. R. Culverwell....
Engelhardt & Co	
Fell&Co	
Brought forward	
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
P. Mansen	
Sam Sing	
AhFoo	
Antoine Lamproux	
Phillip	
Antoine Lamproux	
Do. do	
Do. do	
J. Jamieson	
C. E. Woods	
J. F. McCreight	
A. R. Robertson	
John Barnston	
Tompkins Brew	
B. C. Express Co	
Indian woman Jessie..
Yip South	
Soo Lang 	
J.S. Twan	
Indian Peter	
Indian Charley	
Thos. Storey	
H. Morris	
H. Fry	
M. Edgson	
H. Fry	
Indian Charlie	
M. Edgson	
W. R. Spalding   	
J. J. Russell	
C. W. Horth	
E. Beck 	
W. R. Spalding	
W. W. Walkem, M.D..
J. Nutt .
A. Bland
Ah Sue..
Lan You.
[FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Vote No. 47.—Administration op Justice,—Continued.
Prosecutions and Interpreters.
Interpreter (2 days), Regina v. Gannon	
Do.        2   „       	
Do.        2   ,,      Regina v. Moon Gan	
Do.        1   „       	
Do.        1   „       	
Do.        1   ,,      Regina v. Boucher	
Do.        1   „       	
Do.        1   „       	
Taking message to A. Pringle, J.P	
Copying return to Habeas Corpus, Regina v. McLean Bros, and Hare
Professional services do. do.
Do. do. do. do.
Counsel fee, Regina v. Ah Koe and Ah King	
Interpreter,     do. Ibbotson and an Indian	
Fare of Indian woman Jessie, re Poole murder	
Services as interpreter, and expenses, do. 	
do. Victoria Assizes, re Ah Poo	
do. do. do	
do. at Police Court 	
Expenses of Inquests.
Recovering the body of a white man from Victoria Harbour	
Do. do. do. do. 	
Burial of A. Copperman, deceased, from Victoria Gaol	
Express for Coroner, April and December, 1879	
Holding inquest on the body of F. Deucide, and horse hire	
Constable fees, summons,       do. 	
Holding inquest on body of J. Champonire, §10; mileage $7 50	
Messenger to Coroner     do. do. 	
Summoning jury do. do. attendance and mileage.
Holding inquest on the body of E. Arnum	
Cab hire for Superintendent of Police on the death of Peter Sangster
Buggy hire for Coroner, Inspector and Constable, to Wellington, 2 days
Coffin and attending funeral of a man found dead at Departure Bay   .
Holding inquest at Wellington	
do. at Granville, on body of E. Nunn	
Fees to Justices of the Peace.
Sitting as Justice of the Peace, Sep., 1874 (Sched. C, 43 Vic, chap. 25)
Rewards.
For information leading to the capture of Deserters	
Do.                     do.                  do.       Ah Mow, an escaped convict
Do. Regina v. Ah Kee	
Vote No. 48.—Police and Gaols.
Keep of Prisoners, Rents, &c.
Medicines, July to December, 1879
Groceries, March, 1880,
Blankets, do.
Gas consumed,  do.
Meat and vegetables, March, 1880,
Bread,
Coal, 2 tons,
Cleaning yard,
Groceries,
Lumber and drayage,
Cordwood,
Victoria Gaol	
do. 	
do. 	
do. 	
do. 	
do. 	
do. 	
do. 	
New Westminster Gaol	
Victoria Gaol 	
do	
Gas consumed, April, Victoria Gaol	
3 bottles of brandy and 1 cask for whitewash, New Westminster Gaol.
Medicines,  February, New Westminster Gaol	
Leather, tools, etc., February, do. 	
Clothing and sundries,     do. do. 	
Meat and vegetables,       do. do. 	
Two saw gummers, do. do. 	
Bread, do. do. 	
Stationery, 1879 and 1880, do. 	
Glass and putty, 1879, do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Keep of prisoners Lee Hoy, 31 days, & R. Bennett, 14 days, Barkerville
Do. 5 days, Stanley	
5 cords of wood, Forks Quesnelle  	
33       do. Richfield	
6 tons of coal, March and April, Victoria	
Groceries, April, do	
Carried forward I    3,916
Arrears,
$   cts.
3,906 92
cts.
6 00
4 00
4 00
1 60
1 50
1 50
2 00
2 00
3 00
6 00
655 00
280 00
20 00
4 00
27 50
50 50
6 00
5 00
8 00
1 25
1 25
15 00
1 00
12 60
7 50
17 50
3 00
12 50
10 00
2 00
12 00
24 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
20 00
60 00
96 30
38 17
66 25
44 20
33 07
58 94
16 00
16 00
38 75
.7 97
21 00
35
4 75
21 00
29
94 75
24 83
10 00
45 30
5 37
5 00
45 00
5 00
25 00
145 20
48 00
58 31
$ cts.
!,460 12
1,085 5
1,029 981 4,775 12 104
Public Accounts, 1st April to 30th June, 1880.
1880
TO WHOM PAID.
Borde & Morley	
E. Carswell	
T. N. Hibben & Co	
Van Volkenburgh & Co.
Victoria Water Works..
J. L. Crimp, i!	
J. C. Pullen	
Wm, Evans	
N. F. Foster.	
Callbreath & Co	
J. L. Crimp.	
T. W. Glaholm	
D. Cluness, M.D	
C. H. Robinson	
T. W. Glaholm	
D. Cluness	
Do	
A. Strong	
H. Saunders	
Indian Stein	
Indian Jim	
Wm. Teague	
Indian Jack	
Indian Bill	
C. H. Robinson	
T. W. Glaholm	
R. Thomas	
C. G. Major	
J. Wise	
Do	
A. Peele	
W. Harvey	
Robert Johnson	
W. J. Armstrong	
French & Guichon	
P. J. Houlihan	
J. B. Lovell	
J. L. Crimp	
T. H. Gilfin	
G. C. Tunstall	
Do	
A. McKinnon	
J. Lindsay	
J. C. Devlin	
B. C. Express Co	
Victoria Gas Co	
Engelhardt & Co	
Van Volkenburgh & Co.
H. C. Wilson	
E. Carswell	
Fell& Co	
Deans & Fox	
P. Houlihan	
H. Saunders	
Van Volkenburgh & Co.
Victoria Gas Co	
T. Waterhouse	
Mrs. Calvert	
A. Strong	
Fell & Co.....	
E. B. Marvin	
M. R. Smith	
P. J. Houlihan 	
J. L. Crimp	
Wm. Edwards	
R. Johnson	
W. Harvey 	
R. Thomas	
W. Blackie	
J. Wise	
C. G. Major 	
French & Guichon ....
A. Peele	
J. Ibbotson	
J. Lindsay	
C. Karst	
J. Rodello	
C. H. Robinson	
Mara & Wilson	
Indian Stein	
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward.
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
—Continued.
Vote No. 48.—Police and Gaols.—Continued.
Keep of Prisoners, Rents, &c.—Continued.
Repairing tools, Januar}', February, and April, Victoria	
Bread, April, Victoria	
Stationery, 1879, Victoria	
Meat and vegetables, April, Victoria	
Water for 3 months to 30th April, Victoria	
Keep of prisoner, Cassiar, January	
3 cords of wood, Glenora       do	
Rent of Gaol at Glenora, July to December, 1879	
1 can of coal oil and buck-skin purse, Laketon	
1 bar of soap, do	
Keep of prisoner,    do ,	
1 ton of coal, delivered, Nanaimo, February ,	
Medicines and visits, do.       December, 1879	
Meat and vegetables, do.       February, 1880	
1 ton of coal, do.       March	
Medicines and attendance, do.       January	
Do. do.       February	
Cleaning yard, Victoria Gaol, April	
Groceries, New Westminster Gaol	
3 cords of wood, and cutting, Yale	
Washing blankets, Yale	
Keep of an Indian prisoner, 1 day, Yale	
Fish, Nanaimo Gaol, April	
Do. do. do	
Meat and vegetables, Nanaimo Gaol, March	
1 ton of coal, delivered, do.       April	
1 side of leather, New Westminster Gaol, March	
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
February.
March	
do	
do.
do.
do.
do.
March, April, and May.
May	
Provisions, blankets, etc.
15 cords of wood,
18 do.
Medicines,
Bread,
Milk,
Lumber,
Meat and vegetables,
Cordwood, Victoria Gaol, April.
Wood, coal oil, drugs, etc., from July to December, 1879, Glenora.
Keep of prisoner, Glenora, March	
Do. do.       February 	
Keep of prisoners, Kamloops, February	
Do. do. do	
1 set of leg-irons,     do. December, 1879	
Keep of prisoners, Richfield, April	
Coal oil, candles, and tools, Richfield, January and February	
Freight on two boxes of cartridges	
Gas consumed at Victoria Gaol, April	
Two tons of coal, do. May	
Meat and vegetables,    do. 	
Plumbers' work and repairs, Victoria Gaol	
Bread, do. 	
Groceries,       . do.
Milk, do.
Five cords of wood, do.
Groceries, New Westminster Gaol, May
Meat and vegetables, Victoria Gaol, June	
Gas consumed at do. do	
Rent of house for Constable, Esquimalt, 3 months, to May.
Hauling cordwood for do. do. 	
Cleaning yard, Victoria Gaol, May and June	
Groceries, do.       June 	
Brushes, coal tar, rope, etc., Victoria Gaol, June	
Bread, do. do	
Cordwood, do. do	
Keep of prisoner, Cassiar, April	
Repairing boiler and fixing, New Westminster Gaol, April .
Milk, do. do.  .
Bread, do. do.  .
Leather and findings, do. do.  .
Leg-irons and repairs, chains for cells, do. do. .
23 cords of wood; do. do.  .
Clothing, groceries, and hardware,       do. do.
Meat and vegetables,
Medicines,
Fish,
Keep of prisoners, Richfield, May	
Bread, Nanaimo, February, March, and April	
Rent of room for holding County Court, Comox, January and April.
Meat and vegetables, Nanaimo, April	
1 bar of soap and 1 shirt, Kamloops, April	
1 cord of wood, and sawing, Yale	
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Carried forward.
Arrears,
%   cts.
cts.
3,916 92
1,029 98
3,916 92
$   cts.
22 37
53 92
6 00
29 69
75 00
46 50
9 00
75 00
17 00
1 00
43 50
4 75
14 25
10 92
4 75
6 75
6 00
16 00
61 08
13 60
1 00
50
75
1 00
14 69
4 75
5 60
83 35
41 10
49 32
15 50
58 87
2 00
2 12
39 56
17 50
69 82
46 50
36 25
21 75
42 00
8 00
72 00
20 25
3 75
29 85
16 00
29 14
17 25
62 55
36 67
22 25
17 50
36 28
26 65
26 65
22 50
4 50
32 00
51 79
21 63
20 33
17 5C
45 0C
7 50
4 6£
60 17
23 25
27 6C
63 02
58 5C
36 3C
25 5C
2 36
151 0C
44 68
10 OC
15 72
2 OC
4 50
4,775 12
3,267 52     4,775 12 44 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st April to 80th June, 1880.
105
TO WHOM PAID.
H. B. Co	
T. H. Giffin	
Indian Charley	
Callbreath & Co	
J. L. Crimp	
A. Peele	
W. Harvey	
R. Johnson..........
C. G. Major	
W. J. French	
J. Cunningham	
It. Thomas	
"Wm. Teague	
Indian Stein	
A. Mayer	
Do	
Do	
J. Abrams	
C. H. Robinson	
D. Cluness	
W. Wilson	
G. C. Tunstall	
James Lindsay	
A. Vipond	
D. Green	
Belmont Co	
F. Norris	
Dean & Fox	
G. C. Tunstall	
Victoria Water Works
Cornwall Bros	
J. Fletcher & Co	
Indian Jim	
J. A. Barry  	
Humphrey & Grant .
Indian Jack	
C. T. Millard 	
G. Dougherty 	
W. Evans 	
T. H. Giffin	
G. Wheelock	
T. H. Giffin 	
J. L. Crimp	
K. McArthur	
J. Normansell	
Do	
Do	
T. H. Giffin 	
Do	
Do	
Do. 	
C. Robinson	
C. Karst	
D. Cluness, M.D	
A. Mayer 	
D. Davis	
J. C. Devlin	
W. Blackie	
A. Peele	
R. Johnson  	
W. Harvey	
C. G. Major	
W. H. Keary	
Mayer Bros	
W. J. French	
Hastings Saw Mill Co.
G. C. Tunstall	
A. Mayer  	
J. H. Pleace	
Charles Karst 	
Mara & Wilson	
L. Hautier	
Short & Simpson	
C. II. Trehart	
J. G. Taylor	
J. MilleJ 	
D. R. Robertson	
C. H. Trehart	
Indian Jack	
Langley & Co	
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward.
VII.-
-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
—Continued.
Vote No. 48.—Police and Gaols.—Continued.
Keep of Prisoners, Rents, &c.—Continued.
Lock and Kettle, Nanaimo :....
Keep of prisoner (Johnson) at Cassiar, April......
Cleaning cells at McDames Creek	
1 clock and soap for gaol, Cassiar	
Keep of prisoner (Tom Anderson) at Cassiar, May.
Medicines supplied New Westminster Gaol,     ,,   .
Bread do. do.
Milk do. do.
Groceries, lime, and nails,      do. ',',   	
Meat and vegetables, do. 	
1 pump and 12 ft. pipe, do. „   	
Leather and findings, do. ,, 	
Keep of prisoners, soap and candles, Yale Gaol, May	
2 cords wood for Yale Gaol, May	
Provisions supplied to Nanaimo Gaol (3 months) to 31st March .
December, 1879	
November,   ,	
(4 months) to May, 1880 •.
May	
March and April	
Coal oil, candles, etc., do.
Coffee, socks, coal oil, etc., do.
Shoes supplied do.
Beef and vegetables, do.
Medicines and attendance, do.
Marker and sack charcoal, do.
Keep of prisoners, Kamloops Gaol, April	
Do. Richfield    „      June	
Repairs to locks in       Victoria Gaol, 1879	
Clothing and shoes, do. June, 1878	
Leather and materials, do. November, 1S79 to May, 1880 .
4 doz. belts for blankets, do. June	
Milk supplied do. ,,	
Keep of prisoners, Kamloops Gaol, March	
Water supplied Victoria Gaol, May and June   	
Rent of room at Ashcroft for holding County Court 	
do.       atCassiar, for Office and Lock-up, Oct., 1879, to Mar., 18
Cleaning cells, Cassiar Gaol 	
Stove polish, McDames Creek	
1 bar soap do. ■	
Cleaning Record Office and cells, McDames Creek	
2 over-shirts for prisoner Johnson	
Keep of prisoner Johnson, June	
Rent of Gaol at Glenora Landing, 1st January to 30th June	
Keep of prisoner Johnson, May	
1 cord wood for Glenora Gaol	
Keep of prisoner Johnson, March ;	
do. Anderson, June	
Sharpening tools for Laketon Gaol	
Keep of prisoner Johnson, 20th July to 27th October, 1879	
Allowance for nurse 	
Keep of prisoner Katie, 4 days	
do. Johnson, 28th October to 31st December, 1879 	
Allowance for nurse 	
Keep of prisoner Johnson, January, 1880 	
Allowance for nurse	
Meat and vegetables, Nanaimo Gaol, June	
Bread do. May	
Medicines and attendance,    do.        May and June	
Groceries do. April and May	
Shoe findings do.	
Keep of prisoners, Richfield, May and June	
Bolt and leg-irons, New Westminster Gaol, June	
Medicines do. do	
Milk do. do	
Bread do. do	
Sundries do. do	
Stationery do. March and June   	
Blankets do. January	
Meat and vegetables do. June	
Blankets, Granville, February  	
Keep of prisoners, Kamloops, April, May, and June	
Tools, nails, etc., Nanaimo Gaol, June	
do. do. -        do	
Bread do. do	
Sundries, Kamloops Gaol do	
Meals for Indian prisoner	
Repairing revolvers and gun and supplying cartridges and caps	
3 bottles brandy supplied in 1876	
Rent of house at Esquimalt for Constable, June	
Keep of prisoners at Granville, 16th January to 10th June	
do. at Quesnelle, and 2 cords wood  	
1 bottle brandy for a sick prisoner  	
Cutting cord-wood, Esquimalt Lock-up	
Medicines supplied Victoria Gaol, 6 months, to 30th June  	
Carried forward.
Arrears,
$   cts.
3,916 92
80 00
$ cts.
S 75
4,000 67
3,267 52
4 00
37 60
3 00
10 25
46 50
19 25
64 50
3 62
33 00
38 40
8 90
25 06
8 00
9 00
30 08
4 56
6 60
30 25
16 14
44 00
2 13
67 50
133 00
1 76
80 00
34 15
12 00
7 60
122 25
60 00
5 00
30 00
3 00
2 25
1 00
3 00
6 00
39 50
60 00
38 75
3 00
38 76
45 00
11 00
125 00
50 00
6 00
81 25
32 50
38 75
15 50
15 59
19 60
60 25
129 28
13 20
15 75
1 50
18 50
3 50
64 25
34 18
3 60
11 00
41 56
16 75
190 50
22 45
2 75
14 32
'  3 12
6 50
19 50
3 75
12 00
27 75
21 00
1 25
2 50
106 52
$ cts.
5,736 87
4,775 12
4,775 12 106
Public Accounts, 1st April to 80th June, 1880.
1880
TO WHOM PAID.
E. Craswell	
R. Pacey	
W. Johnson	
D. R. Robertson	
Matthews, Richards & Tye
J. Webb	
John McLeod	
D. Mainguy   	
R. Stevens	
T. Brew	
J. G. Jaques	
W. Howay	
J, Murphy, jr	
J. Murphy, sr	
J. Kelly	
B. Newlands	
J. Rodello	
J. Bedford	
Mcintosh & McFadden ..
O'Keefe & Greenhow	
R. Scott	
Joseph Andrews	
Indian Boots	
Indian Louis	
H. Nicholson	
C. F. Cornwall	
J. C. Crane	
D. B. Reed	
J. Nutt	
J. Rodello	
F. S. Austie	
W. Crawford	
J. D. Lauder	
J. Carragher	
J. Newton	
R. H.Taylor	
H. Edwards	
R. E. Taylor	
W. D. Mackintosh	
T. Mitchell	
C. Minkler	
B. C. Express Co	
James Hutcheson	
M. Hutcheson	
John Hutcheson	
A. Pringle	
F. O'Keefe .*.
Oliver Larue	
Hugh Gunn	
Thomas Cooper	
Do	
H. W. Sheppard	
Indian Bob	
M. Hall	
S. Moore	
C. Smith   	
D. W. McDonald 	
T. Watlin 	
G. Bersea 	
J. Douglas, Jr	
N. Sabine	
T. Richardson	
R. McRae	
S. Conner	
Ah Sing	
D. McRae;)	
G. McRae 	
R. Hamilton	
Do	
0. Mickle 	
M. Mclnnes 	
A. Mclnnes 	
J. Stevenson	
A. Coutlee	
J. Charters	
H. Lindley   	
G. Blair	
VII—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
—Continued.
Vote No. 48.—Police and Gaols.— Continued.
Keep of Prisoners, Rents, &e.~Concluded.
Bread supplied Victoria Gaol, 1st to 18th June	
Rent of building for Court room, Quesnelle	
Keep of prisoners	
do.	
Blasting powder and tools, July, 1879, to March, 1880 	
Keep of prisoners, Nanaimo, 1874 (Sched C, 43 Vic. c. 25)	
Special Constables.
Services as Special Constable, re McLean Bros, and Hare, 40 days @ $3.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
at Chemainus, May, 1879
New Westminster, 18S0, 5 days@§2 50
do. 5
do. 2 days @ S3 & 6
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Nanaimo (Dec. 1879)
Yale (1 night)	
(Dec. 1879)	
5 McLean Bros, and Hare .
do. do.
2 nights @ S3
h day @ 82 50
4 „
5 „
1         »
Meals and keep of horses,
Meals for Constables,
Carrying letters, (self and horse 10 days)
Do.     warrant to Little River and Rock Creek	
Do. do.     from Osoyoos to Similkameen .	
Special Constable, re McConnell and Rowland	
Do. McLean Bros, and Hare (4 daj's)
Do. Harrison and Bitancourt	
Do. arresting James Wallace 	
Do, at Quesnelle, bringing D. Curry to Richfield (6 days)
Do. arresting an Indian who escaped from Nanaimo
Do. in charge of gaol at Kamloops 	
Do. do. do.  ,
Meals and horse feed for 24 men and horses, re McLean Bros, and Hare
Special Constable in charge of gaol (2 days), do. do.
Messenger from Yale, and horse hire do. do.
Special Constable, guarding arms and ammunition do. do.
Do. pistol, etc., for use of constable do. do.
Do. at Yale, 15 days @ S2 50 ¥? diem	
Do. do.      14 do. 	
Do. do.        9 do. 	
Do. and 2 horses, arresting J. Williams	
Repairs to gun, and freight thereon, broken by Special Constables
Special Constable, arresting H. Carry, 2 days @ §3 per diem	
Do. do. do. 	
Do. do. do. 	
Do. do. do. 	
Do. do. do. 	
Taking message to A. Pringle, J.P	
Special Constable, arresting F. Savona, 4 days @ $2 50 $ diem
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
i days.
in place of Woollacott (July, 1S7
do.       Hutcheson       do.
searching for an escaped convict
at Beechy Bay during a '' potlatch "	
conveying prisoner Mclvors to N. Westminster Gaol
ammunition and provisions, re McLean Bros. & Hare
to Douglas Lake " do. do.
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
Provisions supplied to Special Constables do. do.
Special Constable do. do.
Meals and provisions for Special Constables do. do.
Special Constable do. do.
Meals and provisions for Special Constables do. do.
Special Constable do. do.
Do. do. do.
Do. do. do.
Conveyance for Special Constables do. do.
Special Constable do. do.
Do. do. do.
Do. do. do.
Do. do. do.
Meals and beds for Special Constables do. do.
Special Constable do. do.
Do. do. do.
Do. do. do.
Carried forward	
Arrears,
$ cts.
S cts.
4,000 67
5,736 87
28 50
10 00
8 25
31 00
77 50
1 88
1 88
120 00
7 00
12 60
12 60
21 00
6 00
1 25
1 25
10 00
12 50
2 50
4 00
48 26
14 00
47 75
60 00
4 00
6 00
63 50
20 00
9 50
6 00
80 00
10 00
2 50
2 50
27 00
5 00
10 00
11 00
15 00
37 50
35 00
22 50
25 00
22 50
6 00
6 00
6 00
6 00
6 00
2 50
10 00
2 60
2 50
20 00
23 00
2 50
2 50
12 00
13 12
12 00
20 00
8 00
12 00
16 00
20 00
24 00
24 60
$   cts.
4,026 05
20 00
25 00
24 00
20 00
20 00
16 00
20 00
16 00
16 00
120 00
7 50
20 00
10 00
20 00
4,775 12
5,894 0 t
1,320 12 10,669 12 44 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st April to 30th June, 1880.
107
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
H. D. G. Armitage
W. Voght	
G. Fensome	
J. Phair 	
R. Johnston	
E. Dally	
T. Trotter	
Indian Shallon	
Do	
W. Mickle 	
D. It. Robertson ...
D. H. McMillan ....
D. R. Robertson ...
D. H. McMillan ....
Indian Wypelt	
,,     Frank 	
,,     Capt. Barry .
,,     Bonney	
■I. Rodgers	
W. Heeley	
J. Carrington 	
J. Lindsay	
Hon. T. B. Humphreys
Str. Royal City	
James Van Bramer	
Do.      do.
John Boyd	
Mrs. Hyde	
A. H. Wallace	
Robert Pacey	
H. Murray	
John Porter	
H. Sheppard	
W. A. Franklin	
W. Young
Brought forward.
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
—Continued.
Vote No. 48.—Police and Gaols.—Continued.
Special Constables.—Concluded.
Special Constable (McLean Bros, and Hare)	
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.
in charge of Indian prisoner Jack	
do. do Alick	
Yale to Nicola, with team	
and board of Chinese prisoners 	
arresting 3 Chinamen	
in charge of    do.       and Indian prisoners	
arresting W. Stewart and and D. Curry 	
(McLean Bros, and Hare)	
do. do	
do. do	
do. do	
do. do	
Kootenay, May, 1872 (Schedule D, 43 Vic, chap. 25).
do. June, 1872 do.
do.        Dec, 1874 do.
Transport of Prisoners and Constables.
Expenses re McLean Bros. & Hare, December, 1879	
Passage of constables and prisoners, New Westminster to Yale and back
Ferriage of Constables, 1st July to 27th December, 1879 	
Taking despatches to Nanaimo, per str. "Leonora," re Ussher's murder
Meals and beds for Constable in charge of Chinese prisoner	
Do. and horse hire, do. do. 	
Do. and horse feed, do. do. 	
Do. do. do. do. 	
Provisions for Special Constables, re McLean Bros, and Hare	
Buggy hire do. from 18th July to 17th Dec, 1879...
Bringing prisoner McLean to Victoria Gaol   	
Express with Constables 	
Boat hire for Constable Bloomfield, October, 1879 	
Arrears;
$   cts.
1,025 05
E. Garnett I Cab kire for Constables to the Gorge (Are).
W. C. White
Str. Cariboo Fly	
Walker & Bowes	
Indian Chief Louis	
P. Jacko	
Michelle	
Indian Bob	
Indian Henry	
F. Savona	
Hon. T. B. Humphreys..
G. McKeeven	
L. Worth	
D. Gillanders	
C. Galloway	
Owen Jones	
J. Farr	
B. C. Express Co	
Stmr. Maude	
B. C. Express Co '..'..
S. M. Nelson	
L. Hautier	
H. B. Dart	
W. F. Alexander	
Yung Choo	
Peter Calan 	
M. Tuttle	
Cornwall Bros	
Thomas Penny	
C. W. Horth	
B. C. Express Co	
W. Palmer	
J. A. Newland	
C. Todd, Supt. of Po ice.
C. S. Ryder	
J. Carrogher	
R. Rider	
Do	
George Winter
Express do.       December, 1879
Passage do.        searching for body of Capt. Wake 	
Keep of horses, do.        at Hope, in charge of McLean Bros, and Hare
Services bringing Indian prisoner to Kamloops Gaol	
Do.     bringing Nareisse to Kamloops Gaol	
Do.     driving to Indian Reserve 	
Do.     going to North Thompson River and bringing 2 Indians	
Do. do. do. 	
Horse hire	
Expenses paid for packing, & provisions for 10 Indians (McLeans &Harej
Meals and beds for 10 Constables in charge do.
Do. 5 do. do.
Meals and horse feed do. do.
Meals and beds for prisoners do.
Meals for Constable and Chinese prisoner	
Do. do. 	
Passage, meals, and beds, do. do. 	
Passage from Comox (Constable McCarthy) and towing canoe .
Do.     Chinese prisoner, Ashcroft to Yale	
Meals, do. and Constable   	
Do. and bed, do. do. 	
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
3 days.
do.
do.
2 nights .
Do.
Do.
Do. and 1
Watching prisoner
Meals and bed, do.
Do. and express, do.
Transport of Constable
Do. do.        and witness, to and from Wellington	
Freight on blankets, Yale to Clinton	
Meals and horse feed for Constables, re McLean Bros, and Hare ]
Meals and beds, Supt. of Police and Constables,       do.
Sundry disbursements, do.
Use of horse and keep, do. '.
Ferrying Constable '
Horse hire do. ' * *
Hire of team to New Westr. with Constables and    do.'
  Cab hire with Constables to North Saanich  	
M. Muir j Horse feed and stabling (Bloomfield) ..'.'.....'.'.
E. J. Bitancourt  Boat hire for Constable in search of Capt. Wake's body .........
1 44
1 67
24 50
Carried forward II    4^52 66
9   cts.
1,320 12
20 00
20 00
20 00
20 00
20 00
20 00
18 00
60 00
15 00
18 00
24 00
24 00
77 00
27 00
2 00
2 00
2 60
2 00
6 00
1 44
1 67
24 50
9  cts.
53 76
42 60
46 00
85 00
26 00
10 50
6 00
10 50
27 00
14 75
13 00
1 60
3 25
2 00
1 60
13 00
146 25
2 50
3 00
1 00
6 00
1 00
1 00
45 00
20 00
9 00
18 00
15 75
1 50
4 00
25 00
8 00
20 00
2 00
2 50
8 50
1 00
4 60
6 00
2 75
2 75
1 75
3 00
2 25
18 00
20 00
302 23
33 75
1 00
67 50
30 00
29 00
1 00
2 00
10,669 12
1,745 23
1,164 73' 12,414 35 108
Public Accounts, 1st April to 30th June, 1880.
1880
TO WHOM PAID.
Str. Cariboo Fly .	
C. Levy	
Oriental Hotel	
H. B. Dart	
Str. Royal City	
Str. Princess Louise..
Yale-Nicola Stage	
J. Mclntyre	
John Boyd	
T. Hyde	
W. Johnston	
C. Austen	
J. Boyd	
Mrs. Hyde	
R. Graham	
W. F. Woodcock	
W. A. Mickle	
D. McLean	
R. Pacey	
A. W- Wallace	
John Austin	
J. Boyd	
D. Kennedy	
J. C. Crane	
D. B. Reid	
Geo. Coxon	
Stmr. Wm. Irving ...
J. Clapperton	
Alexander Coutlee	
S. M. Nelson	
H. B. Dart	
George Bailey	
J. L. Hughes	
John Miller	
W. Livingstone	
Indian Charley	
Indian Bob	
D. B. Bullard	
F. O'Keefe	
Robert Graham	
Do. 	
B. C. Express Co	
Robert Graham	
Indian Sam	
W. Farrell	
John Porter	
W. Bowden, dec'd, estate
Do. do.
Do. do.
Lewis Lewis	
Robert Irving	
J. W. Williams....
G. Dougherty	
T. Penny	
Steamer Reliance ..
F. W. Woodcock .
M.Hall  	
J. VanBramer	
W. Mickle	
M. Young	
A. Barlow	
R. W. Savage	
J. J. Walsh	
W. Farrell	
H. McKenzie	
J. Porter 	
G. Hamilton	
S. Downes & Co ..
P. C. Dunlevy....
B. C. Express Co.
A. Barlow	
S. Downes &. Co...
Do.
R. Pacey 	
J. Boyd	
R. Barry 	
A. Barlow	
S. Downes & Co...
L. J. Lewis	
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward .
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
VII—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
—Continued.
Vote No. 48.—Police and Gaols.—Continued.
Transport of Prisoners and Constables.—Continued.
Passage and meals of Constable and prisoners to Nanaimo, & Cons. rtg.
Ferriage of Constables, 6 months	
Meals and bed for Constable Hussey	
Do. do. 	
Passage and meals do. New Westminster to Yale	
Do. do.   .        Victoria to New Westminster  ...
Stage fare do. Yale to Lytton 	
Hire of horses and waggon for arrest of W. Thomson	
Meals for Constable and prisoner 	
Meals and bed, do. 	
Do. do. 	
Do. for Special Constable Mill	
Meals for prisoner Curry	
Meals and bed for do	
Passage from Lightning Creek and back (D. Robinson) ;	
Do.    of Constables from Burrard Inlet to New Westminster	
Conveyance from Cook's Ferry to Nicola & Kamloops (McLeans & Hare)
Ferrying Constable	
Meals and bed for Constable, 5 days 	
Do. do	
Passage of Constable to Quesnelle	
Meals and bed, 4 days   	
Conveying Constables along East Coast and Islands, in steamer, 5 days
Meals for Constables	
Do. and prisoner	
Hire of team from Yale to 17-Mile Post and back	
Passages for Constable and prisoner	
Meals, horse feed, and hire of horse	
Do.   and bed for prisoner	
(one)	
for Constable and prisoner	
do. 	
and bed for Constable Livingstone, re Poole murder	
Ferrying do. do. 	
Hire of horse and keep, 15 days, do.	
Fsrrying over Seaton and Anderson Lakes, do.  	
Guide for Livingstone, 4 days, do. 	
Meals and bed for do. do. 	
Team conveying prisoner (Curry) to Kamloops, 2 days	
Passage of Chinese prisoner from Stanley to Barkerville	
Conveying Constables and prisoners, 1879 and 1880	
Passage do. May, 1S80 	
Conveyance do. Stanley to Barkerville   	
Passage to Nanaimo, 187S
Conveyance to H.M.S. Shah    ,,
Do.        to Esquimalt     ,,
Travelling allowance, taking prisoners from Victoria to New Westr.   ,,
do. taking prisoner from Victoria to Nanaimo ..   ,,
do. to Barclay Sound to arrest an Indian for murder,
and also to bring witnesses, (1878) 13 days @ §4	
Travelling valise for Superintendent of Police	
Cab hire, 5 trips, to Dr. Tolmie's, with Dr. Matthews and Constable ...
Buggy hire, February, April, and June	
Passage from Victoria to Glenora	
Steam Launch with Constables to and from Kuper Island   	
Passage and meals for Constables and prisoners	
Passages for Constables	
Expenses conveying Mclvor and prisoner from Chilliwhack to N. Westr.
Passages for Constable at Burrard Inlet, January to April	
Conveyance of prisoner J. Williams, Yale to Nicola 	
Provisions for police guarding the coast against desertions from Navy
Hire of team conveying prisoner to Stanley	
Express with Giffin's baggage to steamer 	
Express to Supreme Court, with articles used as evidence	
Boat hire for Constables at Esquimalt	
Express waggon removing a sick prisoner from Gaol, May, 1879  ...
Carriage hire for Constable at Esquimalt, March to June	
Meals and bed forConstable McMillan	
do. 4 prisoners and Constable	
do.                      do.                    do.
Passages for do. do	
do. 2 prisoners to Stanley	
Hire of team to arrest prisoner J. Stewart	
Meals and beds for Constables and prisoners	
do. do. 	
do. do. 	
do. do. 	
Hire of team do. 	
Meals and bed do. 	
do. do. 	
Arrears,
S   cts.
4,052 66
Carried forward       4,135 66
9   cts.
5 00
50
1 00
8 00
16 00
52 00
1,164 73
20 50
30 00
1 50
2 00
7 00
3 00
9 00
6 00
2 00
2 60
7 50
2 00
1 00
2 50
4 00
11 00
56 00
1 00
12 50
1 60
15 00
10 00
40 00
2 00
3 00
10 00
16 00
7-50
1 60
75
3 00
2 50
3 00
1 50
45 00
5 00
5 00
4 00
7 00
5 00
20 00
34 00
12 00
5 00
50
1 00
8 00
16 00
52 00
12 60
10 00
15 00
22 60
10 00
8 00
12 00
8 75
20 50
53 75
17 00
22 50
50
50
50
50
9 00
15 75
13 00
13 50
95 00
30 00
5 00
17 00
3 00
6 00
2 00
15 00
5
3 50
S cts.
12,414 35
2,129 73 12,414 35 44 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st April to 30th June, 1880.
109
TO WHOM PAID.
D. H. McMillan .
P. Arnaud	
W. Mclntyre	
H. B. Dart	
W. F. Woodcock
P, Arnaud	
C. C. McKenzie , ■..
J. W.Williams.,..
Str. Cariboo Fly ..
Commercial Hotel
Str. Enterprise	
J. W. Howison	
Mrs. E. Gough	
'' Daily Standard "
M. W. Waitt & Co
T. N. Hibben & Co
J. H. McLaughlin...
J, Pleace	
R. Offerhaus	
J. Kaye	
A. W. Struthers ....
J. W. Thomson	
D. W. McKay.......
Sarah Hayward.....
E. V. Y. W. Brown .
L. M. Caldwell	
A. C. Richardson....
M. J. Holloway	
W. H. Huxtable ....
Eli Harrison, sr	
George Mansell & Co
DeWiederhold & Co.
B. H, Smith	
Anna Stirtan .■	
L. D. Chandler	
S. G. Lewis	
J. C. Newbiiry	
S. D. Pope ......
C. E. Redf ern	
J. Weiler	
" Daily Standard" „'.
R. Irvine	
J. Gosnell	
Thomas Ferguson...
John Orr	
J. F. Chandler	
Mrs. Simpson	
W. J. Armstrong ...
T. N. Hibben &Co..
do.
M, J, Dodd  	
T. J. Blake...	
E. Fisher	
L. M. B. Ella	
D. Jones	
W. S. Beatty	
" Daily Standard" ..
J. H. Innes ...	
M. W. Waitt & Co...
Dom. Telegraph Co..
M. W. Waitt & Co...
C. McCarthy	
M. Muir	
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward.
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
—Concluded.
Vote No. 48.—Police and Gaols.—Concluded.
Transport of Prisoners and Constables.—Concluded.
Horse hire for Constables and prisoners	
Meals and bed do. 	
do. do. 	
do. do.	
Stage hire do. 	
Meals and bed do. 	
VIII.—EDUCATION.
Vote No. 49.—Education Office.
Salary of Supt. of Education, 1st March to 30th June, @ $125 $ month
Buggy hi?6 to Craigflower	
Passage and meals, Victoria to Nanaimo, and return	
Bed, 3 nights	
Passage and meals to New Westminster and return	
Board and lodging, 2 days-	
Do. do	
Advertising examination of teachers   ..,	
Electograph and paper	
Sundry school requisites, 1877-78 	
do. do.       1878-79-80	
Vote No. 50.—Victoria City District. .
Principal, High School, 1st March to 30th June, @ $110 per month.
2nd Master,       do. do.        30th April, 85 „
Do. do.       6th May to 30th June, 85 „
Principal, Boys' Department, 1st March to 30th June 90 ,,
1st Assistant do. do. 80 ,,
2nd Assistant        do. do. 70 ,,
3rd Assistant        do. do. 60 ,,
Principal, Girls' Department, do. 80 ,,
1st Assistant do. do. 70 ,,
2nd Assistant        do. do. 70 ,,
3rd Assistant        do. do. 55 „
4th Assistant        do. do. 45 ,,
Cleaning High School and Public School, 1st to 31st March	
Setting lights in Public School ,
Six blackboard brushes and 1 door mat	
Coals	
Yote No. 51.—Victoria District.
Teacher, North Saanich, 1st February to 31st March, @ $60 per month
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
60
70
50
60
70
do. 1st April to 30th June
Cedar Hill,       1st March to 30th June
Lake, do.
Craigflower, do.
South Saanich, do.
One 8 day clock for Craigflower School House ...
One table do. .■	
Advertising for Teacher, North Saanich	
Cordwood and sawing, Cedar Hill School  ,	
One galvanized iron pail and dipper, North Saanich School	
Cutting and piling wood, do. 	
Clearing and fixing board fence, do. grounds..
Four brooms, Cedar Hill School	
Three towels, South Saanich School	
1 new blackboard, North Saanich School, and repairing outhouses,..
4 boxes chalk, Craigflower School, 1878-79-80 ....:. 	
1        do. North Saanich School	
Repairs to Craigflower School ,.
Vote No. 52.—Esquimalt District.
Teacher, Colwood, 1st March to 30th June, @ $50 per month.
Do.       Metchosin, do. 50       ,,
Do.      Sooke, do. 50      ,-,
Do.       Esquimalt, 25th March to 30th June, 50       „
Do. do. 6th to 20th March, 50       „
Advertising for Teacher for Esquimalt	
Rent of School-house, Esquimalt, 6 months, to 30th June..'.'.
Stationery ,	
Telegram to D. Jones, Nanaimo, 25th March	
Stationery, Esquimalt	
One load of stove wood, Esquimalt	
Cleaning School-house, Sooke, 3 months, to 31st March	
Carried forward      4,175 91
Arrears,
$ eta.
39 00
1 00
$ cts.
2,129 73
20 00
18 00
5 00
6 00
18 00
13 25
500 00
2 50
8 50
1 50
6 60
3 50
3 60
2 60
6 37
39 00
27 40
440 00
170 00
159 04
360 00
320 00
280 00
240 00
320 00
280 00
280 00
220 00
180 00
30 00
4 50
5 87
22 50
120 00
180 00
280 00
200 00
240 00
280 00
8 50
5 50
2 60
16 00
1 50
4 50
25 00
2 50
1 75
10 00
1 00
25
8 62
200 00
200 00
200 00
161 29
32 26
2 50
30 00
7 25
1 00
2 12
1 50
3 00
840 92
9   eta.
12,414 35
2,209 98
14,624 33
600 27
3,311 91
5,299 80 110                 Public Accounts, 1st April to 30th June, 1880.
1880,
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   ots.
9  cts.
S   cts.
4,175 91
2 00
8 50
840 92
25
2 60
17 75
6,299 80
T. N. Hibben <&Co......
VIII—EDUCATION.—Continued.
Vote No. 52.—Esquimalt District.—Concluded.
Vote No. 53.—Cowichan District.
Teacher, South Cowichan, 1st March to 30th June, @ $55 per month..
Do.       North Cowichan,                     do.                      60       ,,
Do.      Salt Spring Island,                 do.                     60      „
Do.      Burgoyne Bay,                       do.                     50      ,,
861 42
A. Dodd	
220 00
240 00
240 00
200 00
8 00
4 00
5 00
6 00
1 50
5 00
C. D. Rand	
T. N. Hibben & Co	
Stationery, and cleaning                         do.              1 year, to 30th June
H. Fry 	
Vote No. 54.—Nanaimo District.
Principal, Boys' Department, 1st Feb. to 30th June, @ §90 per month
Assistant              do.                                do.                    .60       ,,
Principal, Girls' Department                do.                       70      „
Assistant,          do.                                do.                       50      „
Teacher, Cedar, 1st February to 30th June                         50       „
Do.       Wellington, 1st February to 30th June              60       „
929 50
450 00
300 00
350 00
250 00
250 00
300 00
75
2 00
4 00
1 50
4 25
6 25
5 00
18 00
18 75
75
S 00
2 50
20 00
5 00
18 00
20 00
175 00
A. Flett 	
A. J. Polley	
T. Clyde	
J. Thain	
E. Pimbury & Co	
Do.       do.         	
R. Hall	
T. W. Glaholm	
C. L. Smith	
Cleaning                          do.       3 months, to 31st January, 1880	
W. Wilson	
Cleaning Nanaimo School (Girls' Department) 5 months, to 30th April
Fletcher & Thames
Building fence round Girls' School House, Nanaimo, per contract	
Vote No. 55.—Comox District.
2,204 75
200 00
200 00
3 12
1 75
5 90
8 00
3 00
25
12 50
T. N. Hibben & Co	
R. S. Swan	
T. N. Hibben & Co	
Vote No. 56.—New Westminster City District.
Principal, Boys' Department, 1st Feb. to 30th June, @ $90 per month
Assistant,             do.                          do.                         50      „
Principal Girls' Department,               do.                           60       ,,
434 52
J. A. Halliday	
450 00
250 00
300 00
3 75
3 50
1 88
32 00
19 70
2 00
C. G. Major	
do.          	
Vote No. 57.—New Westminster District.
Teacher, Burrard Inlet, 1st March to 30th June, @ 855 per month	
Do.      Granville,                            do.                    65      ,,          	
Do.      Maple Ridge,                       do,                    60      „
Do.      Langley,                             do.                    65      „          	
Do.      Prairie,                                do.                    50      „          —
Do.       Sumass,                                 do.                     60       „           	
Do.       Chilliwhack,                        do.                    60      ,	
Do.       Cheam,                                do.                    50      „
1,062 83
J7A. Colbeck	
220 00
220 00
240 00
220 00
200 00
200 00
240 00
200 00
2 12
17 50
20 00
8 50
3 00
C. E. Cordiner	
J. W. Sinclair	
R. H. Holding	
J. R. Stirling	
D. McMillan	
A. W. H. Holmes	
•
H J Kirkland   .
Paid for whitewashing and cleaning Granville School-house, 1878	
B. Miller
4,186 41
1,791 12
10,792 82 44 Vie.
Public Accounts, 1st April to 30th June, 1880.
Ill
TO WHOM PAID.
R. Norris	
J. Miller	
F. Cordiner	
S. Toop	
L. D. Williams	
James Cunningham	
P. Johnson 	
H. B. Company	
Moodyville Sawmill Co .
A. Johnson	
M. W. Waitt & Co	
Capt. Irving	
R. T. Pearson	
F. Cordiner 	
Steamer Royal City	
B. Gibson	
W. Gillanders	
J. Elliott	
T. N. Hibben & Co	
J. Hardison	
I). W. McMillan	
Hudson Bay Co	
1>. W. Miller	
Moodyville Saw Mill Co.
T. Henderson	
J. E. Trenaman	
J. F. Smith	
IS. H. Crease	
Thomas Leduc	
Catherine Schubert —
Mary Coughlan	
A. Irwin	
A. S. Bailey	
Postill Brothers	
E. Lequime	
A. Best	
W. H. Wright	
John Mclntyre	
Agnes L. Buie	
J. Christian	
W. Voight	
Indian Jim	
G. Fensom	
T. N. Hibben & Co. ...
B. Edwards	
W. Yates 	
C. Phair	
Wm. Abel	
A. McKenzie 	
J. Chenhall	
B. D. Bullard	
James Dickey	
Indian Jack	
H. Featherstone	
G. Bertram 	
G. C. Phinney	
A. Johnson	
J. C. Devlin	
S. Deslories	
B. C. Express Co	
E. Bowron	
Albino	
A. Pendola	
George Walker	
James Harkins	
E. Desloiers	
Indian Albino	
Beedy's Estate	
J. Triplett	
J. Peebles..,	
Fletcher & Co	
J, McDonald	
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward	
VIII.—EDUCATION.—Concluded.
Vote No. 57.—New Westminster District.—Concluded.
8 cords of wood, Prairie School	
Firewood, and cleaning Granville School, 1878 and 1879	
Cleaning do. 1880	
Cleaning School-house, Sumass, and cutting wood	
Repairs to      do. Chilliwhack	
Stove and zinc, Granville	
New blackboard and altering desk, Langley	
Stationery and postage stamps, do	
Cleaning, whitewashing, chalk, etc., Burrard Inlet, 1879	
Cordwood, and sawing same, Granville	
2 boxes crayons, Chilliwhack School	
Freight on lumber, Langley School	
3 boxes chalk, New Westminster School	
Cleaning school-house, Granville, 7 months to 30th June	
Freight on blackboard, Cheam School	
Clearing 1 acre on ground,   do. 	
Cartage of blackboard, do. 	
Making and fixing do. do. 	
Walker's Dictionary (1878) 	
Cleaning school-house, Chilliwhack, 6 months, to 30th April	
Books supplied do.        	
Nails, hinges, paint, etc., Langley School	
Wood, broom, postage stamps, and chalk, Sumass School  	
Labour on school-house, Burrard Inlet, 1 small axe and pitcher ,
Cordwood for Maple Ridge School	
Vote No. I
-Hope-Yale District.
Teacher, Hope, 1st March to 30th April, @ §50 per month.
Do. do.     1st May to 30th June, 50       ,,
Do.       Lytton, 1st March to 30th June, 60      „
Do.       Cache Creek, do. 75       ,,
Matron, do. do. 50      ,,
Teacher, Okanagan, do. 50       ,,
Do.       Nicola, 1st February to 30th June, 60       ,,
Do.      Yale, do. 60      „
Lumber for School-house, Okanagan	
Shingles, nails, and hauling lumber, Okanagan	
Carpenter work, Okanagan	
Repairing window, Lytton	
Two cords of wood,     do	
Cleaning School-house, Lytton, 11 months, to December, 1879	
Chair for Teacher, and repairs, Okanagan	
Cutting and hauling 5 cords wood, Nicola Valley (West End) School
do. do. do. (East End)     do.
1 doz. panes glass, Nicola Valley School	
1 box chalk, and postage, Lytton School	
Cleaning school-house, Yale, 3 months, to 15th March	
Cutting firewood, Hope School	
Vote No. 59.—Lillooet District.
Teacher, Lillooet, 1st March to 30th June, @ $60 per month.
Do.       Lac La Hache, 1st January to 30th April,   60       ,,
Do.       Clinton, 1st Deer., 1879 to 30th June, 1880, 60       „
Four cords of wood for Clinton School	
Express charges on glass for Lillooet School	
1 cord of wood, nails, etc., do. 	
Sawing wood, do. 	
1 cord of wood, broom, bucket, glass, and nails, Lillooet School....
4 new desks and 1 blackboard, Lillooet School	
Vote No. 60.—Cariboo District.
Teacher, Barkerville, Dec. '79 and Feb. to June, '80, @ §83 33 per month
Do.       Stanley, 1st January to 30th June, 60 ,,
Nails and broom, Barkerville, 1878-79	
Two cords of wood,       do.  ".'	
Rent, Barkerville, February	
Cleaning School-room, Barkerville  .'.'!!..!!!!!
Sawing and splitting two cords of wood, Barkerville \
One axe, do.        	
Cleaning School-house and lighting fires,       do ......]..!
Shovelling snow from roof, do !....!] \.'.
1 cord wood do.        ...<..,.,'..'.'.,'.
Sawing and splitting do. do.        .........!!!'.!!
Cordwood, and sawing, Stanley School   .]!.*."!"!
Sawing 10 cords wood and shovelling snow, Stanley .....'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'...
Shovelling snow do.     ....,..!!.;[]!!!
1 new clock and broom do.     ....'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.".','
Salary as teacher, Stanley, 1878 (Sched. C, 43 Vic., cap. 25j.'..'.'.'...'.
Carried forward	
Arrears,
9   cts.
4,186 41
2 38
1 25
1 50
12 17
4,203 71
S   cts.
1,791 12
10 40
7 38
4 50
7 00
23 50
16 25
7 00
1 50
16 50
10 75
50
1 12
1 50
11 00
3 50
19 00
2 00
26 50
1 25
10 00
62
2 37
4 66
8 25
2 50
100 00
100 00
240 00
300 00
200 00
200 00
300 00
300 00
11 00
9 00
20 00
1 00
13 00
27 50
17 50
10 00
10 00
3 00
75
6 00
3 25
240 00
240 00
420 00
20 00
50
6 62
2 00
8 12
80 00
499 98
360 00
4 50
12 00
10 00
5 00
6 00
3 50
15 00
3 00
6 00
3 00
68 75
28 00
6 00
9 25
12 17
cts.
10,792 82
1,990 67
1,872 00
1,017 24
1,052 16
16,724 88 112
Public Accounts, 1st April 10 30th June, 1880.
1880
TO WHOM PAID.
J. Johnson	
B. C. Express Co	
Do. do	
W. C.White	
J. W. Howison	
Str. Enterprise	
George Winter	
J. J, Russell	
Callbreath, Grant & Cook
Wm. Heally	
Hon. T. B. Humphreys
C. W. Horth	
Morris Moss	
Callbreath, Grant & Cook
Brierly & Thomas	
H. P. Wilson	
Indian Stokay	
J. J. Russell	
E. White	
P. Arnaud	
Str, Enterprise	
J. J. Russell	
Humphrey & Grant..
Indian Joe	
M. Richards	
C. W. Horth	
Morris Moss	
Callbreath, Grant & Cook
Cassiar Hotel	
W. P. Wilson	
M. Richards	
Indian Alick	
F. Matthews & Co....
Str. Spellamacheen ..
W. B. Wilson	
J.;Uren&Co	
Hon. G. A. Walkem..
Str. Reliance	
G. Hauck	
R. Johnson	
P. Brady  	
Late A. T. Bushby..
do.
Indian John	
G. C.Webster	
W. C. Bryant	
R. Baker & Son	
G. C. Tunstall	
L. Lowenberg .,
N. Shakespeare.
James Orr	
T. McK. Lambly
Henry Fry	
George Coxon ..
Thomas Harris..
M  O'Connor	
W. Livingstone .
A. Barlow	
F. Foord 	
T. McK. Lambly
M. Bate, Jr	
A. Barlow	
G. Byrnes	
J, C. Haynes ..
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brough t forward.
IX.—TRANSPORT.
Vote No. 61.—Freight on Remittances.
Freight on remittance from T. Giffin, Toll Collector, Cassiar
Do. do. F. Hussey, do. Lytton.
Do. do. G. Tunstall, Kamloops	
Vote No. 62.—Travelling Expenses, Officers on Duty.
Packing luggage for Solicitor (Mr, Harrison)	
Board and lodging for Superintendent of Police (7 days)	
Passage and meals do. do. 	
Carriage hire to Government House for Attorney-General	
Do. do. Provincial Secretary	
Provisions supplied to Officers travelling at Cassiar	
Packing provisions for    do.     from Laketon to Glenora	
Expenses from Yale to New Westminster, re McLean Bros, and Hare..
Buggy hire for Inspector of Mines ,	
Meals supplied to Officers and use of room (10 days)	
Provisions for Indians with Officers from Telegraph Creek to Laketon .
Meals for Officers travelling do. do.
Do. do. do. do.
Packing do. do. do.
Carriage hire to Government House for Attorney.General	
Carrying box from Str. "Enterprise" for Solicitor	
Meals and bed for Solicitor	
Passage, meals, and bed for Solicitor	
Carriage hire for Chief Commr. Lands & Works (April, May, and June)
Provisions supplied to Indians with Gold Commissioner Vowell	
Packing blankets, etc., from Laketon to McDames Creek and back, do
Expenses Laketon to Glenora and back do.
Carriage hire for Inspector of Mines	
Meals for Gold Commissioner at Glenora	
Provisions for do. 	
Meals for do. inspecting trail on Stickeen	
Expenses from Laketon to Glenora and back	
Do. do. do. 	
Packing blankets and provisions from Laketon to Glenora and back ..
Meals for Attorney-General at Yale	
Passage of Constable to Savona Ferry and return	
Do. do. Tranquille do. 	
Meals, ferry and horse hire	
Travelling expenses to and from Ottawa (Dec. 1879 to March 1880)	
Passage, meals, and bed for Provincial Secretary	
Passages, Gold Commissioner, Cassiar	
Horse hire, Superintendent of Police, New Westminster to Sumass ...
Travelling expenses from Victoria to Cassiar, 1876 (Sched. D, 43 V. c. 25)
do. do. Cariboo do.     C        do.
do. fare and baggage, do., 1872,      do.     C        do.
Canoe hire, N. W. to Yale, late A. T. Bushby, do.     C do.
Travelling allowance, 1874, do.     C        do.
Vote No. 63.— Keep of Horses.
Shoeing Messenger's horse from 1st January to 30th April, 1880	
Feed for do. March to June, 1880	
Keep of horse (April and May)	
XL—REVENUE SERVICES.
Vote No. 66.—Commission, &c.
Commission
on Rent collected to 30th June, 1880.
S    90 00 @ 5 !
Do.
collections
, Victoria,       do.
2,526 75
10
Do.
do.
New Westr.   do.
86 53
6
Do.
do.
Okanagan,    do.
104 09
25
Do.
do.
Cowichan,     do.
781 80
10
Do.
do.
Lytton,          do.
646 93
16
Do.
do.
Victoria,        do.
260 00
10
Do.
do.
Clinton,         do.
455 00
10
Do.
do.
do.            do.
3,864 86
10
Do.
do.
Cariboo,        do.
1,092 00
10
Do.
do.
Salt Spring Island, 1879
,    25S 84
10
Do.
do.
Okanagan,
1,377 90
25
Do.
do.
Nanaimo,
750 00
■ii
Do.
do.
Cariboo,
1,595 00
10
Do.
do.
do.
843 46
12>
Do.
do.
Osoyoos (additional)
797 50
10
^ot
Carried forward.
Arrears,
4,203 71
4,591 51
9  cts,
14 00
7 75
50
1 00
17 50
7 50
6 00
5 50
8 00
20 00
16 50
15 00
25 00
6 83
5 00
8 50
12 50
1 00
50
4 25
6 75
26 50
11 00
15 00
13 00
10 00
5 00
3 35
6 25
6 75
5 00
20 00
4 00
10 00
2 00
9 00
1,102 00
24 00
6 25
10 00
60 00
50 00
110 00
110 00
174 80
174 80
28 00
28 00
25 00
25 00
13 50
34 64
30 05
4 60
252 67
4 33
26 00
78 16
103 52
26 00
45 50
386 56
109 20
25 90
344 47
18 75
159 50
105 42
79 75
*  ots.
78 19
1,938 67
1,770 23
1,770 23 44 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st Apfeit to 30th June, 1880.
113
TO WHOM PAID.
J. C. Haynes	
Geo. Sullivan	
Indians Martin& Shuswap
Thomas Woodward...
Richard Deighton	
M. Lumby	
H. M. Ball	
E. P. Sullivan
J. C. Haynes...
John Boyd	
H. McKenzie...
F. Foord	
J. Miller	
S. Redgrave...
P. Brady	
" Daily Standard"	
Nanaimo " Free Press".
R. T. Williams	
J. S. Hockins, estate of.
J. C. Brown 	
Drake & Jackson	
McKillican& Elford..
Eli Harrison, sr	
Do	
T.Fletcher '..
J. Huntington	
Matthews, Richards, &Tye
W. J. Armstrong...
Fry & Calbick	
H. Hoy	
W. J. Armstrong .
W. Wilson	
W. Earle	
A. R. Johnson	
C. Carpenter	
L. Page 	
Shuswap Milling Co
J. C. Devlin	
John Knott	
Alexander Coutts ..
C. Paulson	
J, L. B. McLain_...
John R. Barker	
Callbreath, Grant & Cook
J. Irvine   	
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward.	
XI.—REVENUE SERVICES.—Concluded.
Vote No. 66.—Commission, &c—Concluded.
Courts of Appeal.
Holding Court of Revision	
Carrying notice of    do	
Do. do	
Holding Court of Appeal, and mileage, at Nicola, Sept. 1877 and 1878
Do. do.        Yale —
Do. do. Okanagan   	
Do. do.        4 days, 1873 (Schedule C, 43 Vie., chap. 25)
Travelling Expenses.
Carrying baggage from Glenora to Telegraph Creek for Toll Collector
Travelling expenses from Osoyoos to Rock Creek and return (50 miles)
Do. and horse feed at Cottonwood	
Do. do. (S. Archer)	
Canoe hire, posting notices on Salt Spring Island	
Horse hire, collecting, New Westminster District  	
Travelling expenses, Cassiar, 1878 (Schedule B, 43 Vic, chap. 25)...
Do. do.       ( do. do.       )...
Rent, Miscellaneous, &e.
Advertising notice to taxpayers	
Do.        Assessor's notice and pre-emptors (5 months)	
Binding and perforating 74 Assessment Books, \	
Rent of Toll Office at Telegraph Creek (1J months) to 30th June.
Advertising Assessor's Notice, March, May, and June  	
Costs, re "Chinese Tax Act, 1878" 	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.
Vote No. 68.—Works and Buildings.
Repairs to Government Biiildings and Fences, Victoria.
Arrears,
9   cts.
32 00
40 00
17
10 50
Repairs to Victoria Gaol	
Do.      Legislative Assembly Buildings.
Do.      Provincial Secretary's Office ....
Do.      Legislative Assembly Buildings.
Do.      Buildings, James' Bay	
Door springs and sash fastenings	
pairs to Government Buildings, New Westminster.
Lumber for side-walk on McKenzie Street.
Laying side-walk on Prevost Street	
Repairs to Court House	
Lumber	
Repairs to Government Buildings, Nanaimo.
Eureka castings, and fitting in same
Halyards for gaol	
Lumber     do	
Do. do	
Paint and ochre 	
Repairs to Government Buildings, Yale.
Lumber for Gaol fence	
Repairs to Government Buildings, Cariboo.
Glass and putty 	
Fixing doors, Assay Office 	
Clearing snow from roof 	
Repairs to Richfield Gaol	
Clearing snow from roofs, Richfield and Barkerville 	
Repairs to Government Buildings, Forks Quesnelle.
Labour and material on building 	
Repairs to Government Buildings, Cassiar.
Nails, hinges, &c, for repairs to Gaol at Laketon  	
Repairs, fixing windows, etc	
Carried forward.
4,691 i
9   cts.       $   cts.
10 00
3 00
8 00
32 00
10 00
48 50
40 00
4 00
12 50
2 00
5 00
4 00
12 00
17
10 50
15 00
22 50
74 00
15 00
24 00
950 00
27 52
34 52
18 00
17 25
14 50
2 87
26 06
71 00
20 00
16 31
7 00
1 76
6 03
6 61
1 75
4 25
4 00
2 50
8 50
10 00
14 70
10 00
1,770 23
146 50
67 65
133 37
23 04
7 68
29 25
50 00
24 70 114
Public Accounts, 1st April to 30th June, 1880.
1880
TO WHOM PAID.
Gray & Allison.
James Dickey	
John Miller	
H. Featherstone ...
Johnson & Anderson.
John Dougall	
Martin Cloney	
Matthews,Richards & Tye
Rogers & Wilson...
A. & W. Wilson....
John Weiler	
Thos. Storey	
John Weiler	
McKillican & Elford
Hudson Bay Co	
Smith & Clarke	
In-
Commercial   Union
surance Co	
Imperial Insurance Co..
North Brit. & Mercantile
Northern Assurance Co..
Eli Harrison, sr.
Smith & Clarke.
Robert Franklin
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward .'	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Vote No. 68.—Works and Buildings.—Concluded.
Lunatic Asylum, New Westminster.
Additional dam and bulkhead	
School-House, Lillooet.
Lumber for School-House .
1 pair glass doors	
Nails  	
Victoria School Reserve.
Gate, fence, and turnstile (Public School)	
Improvement of Government Reserve.
Casting for lawn mower and repairing same	
Labour on grounds, James' Bay (8 days)	
Tools for labourers on grounds, James' Bay	
Furniture, Government Offices.
2 chairs for Court House, Richfield 	
Repairs to Government Offices, James' Bay, 1879	
Linoleum and laying down same, Education Office	
Repairs to cupboards, &c., Provincial Secretary's Office .
Fixing blinds, Land Office and Printing Office	
Case of pigeon holes for Printing Office 	
2 corn brooms for Government Office, Richfield  	
Pigeon holes for-Registrar-General's vaults	
Insurance on Government Buildings.
Premium on sundry policies
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
Vote No. 69.—Government House, Victoria.
Setting glass (19 lights) 	
Repairing damage done by fire at "The Winds" .
George Stelly	
J. J. Russell	
James Baker	
John Jane	
William Baker	
Willis Bond 	
Matthews,Richards & Tye
Henry Young...
William Goudy .
John Stevens ...
William Page ...
G. A. McTavish.
John Miles	
P. Gilligan	
George Stelly...
F. Spotts	
Peter Imrie	
William Hassard
E. Demeuille ...
John Henderson
W. P. Sayward..
W. Page	
John Furze	
Charles Wales ..
David Johns....
William Hassard
George Stelly...
William Avons..
Repairs to 1
Fencing at "The Winds"	
Vote No. 70.—Roads, Streets, and Bridges.
Victoria City District.
Grading Pandora Avenue, per contract	
Carriage hire to Pemberton Street (for Surveyor-General)  	
Grading Rupert Street, per contract	
Laying out and superintending street work in Victoria City District.
Road work, Yates Street, per contract	
Gravelling portion of Gorge Road, per contract 	
1 keg blasting pow-der, and fuse	
Arrears,
S   cts.
06
Victoria District.
Cutting out 3 trees on Saanich Road  	
Repairing 2 culverts on Cedar Hill Road	
Do.    Saanich Road, near Company's Hill	
Do.     North Saanich Road, from Mills' to Reays1
Putting in new culvert on West Saanich Road	
Labour on bridge, Ross Bay Road, 3^ days	
Do. do. 4|   „    	
Hauling lumber for       do. from Sayward's .
Cribbing Road at Elk Lake	
Superintending repairs to roads and bridges throughout district, 11 days
Constructing new bridge at Ross Bay, and repairing	
Carpenter, do. do.        2^ days @ §3 $ diem
Meals for Surveyor-General and assistant 	
Lumber for Ross Bay bridge, and plank for Cadboro Bay road
Labour on North Saanich School Cross Road.
Do. do. do.
Do. do. do.
Do. do. do.
Repairing Colquitz Creek bridge.
Hauling lumber to Cadboro Bay and Burnside roads	
Labour on North Saanich Cross Road   11J days @ $2 $ diem
Carried forward	
11 days (g S2 00 $ diem
n;
12
5
5}   „ 2'50
S   cts.
4,691 66
6 00
12 00
25
5 00
10 00
6 37
12 00
29 85
30 87
11 80
19 90
25 00
2 50
43 50
209 68
25 25
14 00
45
17 25
39 65
595 00
5 00
668 00
101 79
525 00
245 00
6 50
3 00
11 50
10 00
6 00
10 00
7 00
9 00
14 00
17 00
55 00
39 25
7
1 50
87 80
22 00
23 00
24 00
10 00
13 75
6 00
23 00
$   cts.
382 70
18 25
150 00
26 37
175 42
1,106 67
46 15
2,146 29
400 301    2,146 29 44 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st April to 30th June, 1880.
115
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Vote No. 70.—Roads, Streets, and Bridges.—Continued.
Victoria District.—Concluded.
William Armstrong ..,
W. P. Sayward	
John Heal	
William Hassard	
W. H. Snyder	
John Miles	
John Bradberry	
R. Copeland	
J. W. Williams 	
J. H. Brown	
Matthews, Richards & Tye
George Cook	
Samuel Morrow	
George Stelly	
William Hassard	
J. D. Grahame	
E. B. Marvin	
A. Peatt	
John Muir	
Mrs. Helgesen	
James Welsh	
William Hassard.*....
James Scott	
Hans Helgesen 	
Mat thews, Richards & Tye
James Boal.....
G. B. Ordano ...
W.J. Sutton....
Henry Fry	
Alexander Blyth
James Miller..
Henry Fuller ...
Henry Fry	
T. J. Williams ..
Milton
T. Windsor
Harewood Coal Co
York & Gordon ...
T. W. Glaholm....
C. W. Horth	
Pay sheet	
C. W. Horth	
Louis Karsly	
John Wilson	
Pay Sheet	
Do	
Joseph Spratt	
G. B. Wright	
H. B. Company!...
G. B. Wright .....
Indian Castillo	
Pay Sheet	
Do	
A. Boulanger	
J. G. Green	
Pay Sheet	
C. M. Beak	
B. C. Express Co..
W. Walker	
J. Hetherington ..
G. Hamilton	
Henry Felker	
Abel & Manson	
John Wright	
J. Saul	
Sarah L. Pratt	
Labour on North Saanich Cross Road, 12 days 	
Lumber for Colquitz River bridge	
Cutting and clearing out tree on Saanich road	
Repairs to culvert on Cedar Hill road	
Change of road at Anderson's farm, as per contract	
Labour on Cedar Hill, Pollock, and Spence's roads	
Repairing bridge and making new culvert on McTavish's cross road
Labour with horse and cart on Cedar Hill and Richmond roads, 11 days
Carriage hire, Surveyor-General laying out roads  	
Repairs to Prospect Lake Road, per agreement 	
Nails for bridges at Swan Lake and Ross Bay 	
Esquimalt District.
Clearing* out trees on Rocky Point road 	
Superintending road work in Esquimalt District	
Hauling logs and covering for culvert	
Labour on road from Bush Tavern to Admiralty	
Do. do. do. 	
Chain, etc., for Sooke bridge    	
Luncheon for Surveyor-General and assistant	
Meals and bed do. do.        	
Do. do. do. 	
Do. do. do.  ,	
Repairing planking on bridge 	
Clearing out and repairing Goldstream and San Juan trails.
Cutting out two trees on Metchosin road	
Tools for road work   	
Coivichan District.
Repairing bridge at Cowichan, February and March	
Nails and spikes for       do	
Lumber and planking   do	
Inspecting bridges at Cowichan and Chemainus, and horse hire ....
Balance of Contract for bridge (187S)	
Iron-work and labour repairing Chemainus Bridge	
Labour, lumber, and nails, do. 	
Surveying road work at Chemainus, horse hire, meals, and bed, 5 days
Repairing bridge at South Cowichan, 2 days	
Laying out work on Cowichan Roads,   do	
Labour on bridge in Chemainus District	
Nanaimo District.
Clearing logs out of the road to Harewood Coal Mine, 1874	
Constructing corduroy bridge and sleigh road in Cedar District ,
Team hire on Victoria Road, 7£ days   	
do. Nanaimo River Bridge, 9J days	
Labour on Victoria Road, 1st to 30th June	
Team hire, do. do. 	
Comox District.
Clearing out fallen timber on road
Tools for road work	
Labour on roads, June	
Do. 	
Two jack-screws	
Main Trunk Road. _
Section.
4     Examining & reporting on Quesnelle River Bridge, 1879, & exps,
Six bars of iron, giant powder, and caps, do.
Rope, steel, and tools, do.
Packing 1 set of blocks from Cottonwood for    do.
1st to 31st December, 1879	
1st to 31st January, 1880	
Breaking snow blockade, from Quesnelle to Stanley, 4 teams ..
Do. do. do	
Superintendent and labourers, January, 1880	
Meals for   do.        	
Meals for Supt. and labourers, and horse feed	
Do. do. 	
Do. do. 	
Do. do. 	
Do. do.	
Do. do. 	
Do. do. 	
Do. do. 	
'Do. do. 	
Carried forward       4,760 41
Arrears,
$   cts.
18 75
§   cts.
400 30
24 00
23 81
2 50
7 50
160 00
14 00
10 00
44 00
10 00
30 00
8 71
6 00
42 00
2 00
32 75
26 00
42 20
1 50
3 00
7 00
1 50
3 00
75 00
3 00
17 45
81 87
2 75
6 76
11 5C
18 75
51 55
21 25
14 0C
5 0C
5 0C
18 00
50 00
375 00
45 00
65 50
459 50
10 00
2 00
10 5C
537 OC
20 0C
36 00
150 00
38 22
73 oe
3 0C
195 0C
384 25
25 0C
25 00
192 0C
4 0C
20 0C
19 5C
20 0C
20 0C
10 0C
18 0C
18 0C
24 5C
SO 60
$   cts.
2,146 29
734 82
236 45
995 00
605 50
1,270 13      4,979 46 116
Public Accounts, 1st April to 30th June, 1880.
1880
TO WHOM PAID.
Pay Sheet	
Do	
Kimball & Gladwin.
Do. do.
Str. Reliance	
Str. Royal City ....
Walker & Bowes ...
Thomas Mitchell...
A. Stevenson	
J. Mclntyre	
J. McKay & Co	
J. Boucherat	
H. Blackford	
S. M. Nelson	
A. Lamie  	
Pay Sheet	
Do	
W. Tinline 	
W. A. Jamieson ...
H. B. Dart	
Mason & Daly	
H. Crawford	
John Austen	
W. Wolfly	
R. Grahame	
H. Goldstadt	
R. Bennett	
W. A. Johnstone...
William Thorpe....
John W. Johnston .
J. H. St. Laurent ..
John Couray	
Henry Yates	
P. C. Dunlevy	
John Shepard 	
W. A. Johnstone...
R. Middleton	
James Stone	
J. J. Barry	
J. H. St. Laurent ..
D. McDonald	
Pay Sheet	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
H. B. Dart	
Pay Sheet	
J. Mclntyre	
A. Lamie	
John McKay & Co .
A. Stevenson	
Pay Sheet	
Do	
B. C. Express Co...
James Stott	
John Morris	
H. B. Company	
Oppenheimer Bros.
Douglas & Deighton
Neil Black	
B. C. Express Co...
Indian 	
W. L. Alexander...
Pay Sheet	
Do	
James Stott	
W. A. Jamieson	
A. Lamie	
H. B. Dart	
A. Stephenson	
S. M. Nelson	
John McKay & Co..
John Mclntyre	
H. Blackford	
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Vote No. 70.—Roads, Streets, and Bridges.—Continued.
Main Trunk Road.—Continued.
Section.
1     Labour, 1st to 29th February, 1880, opening sleigh road	
Do. do. do. 	
Hauling lumber	
Do. and storage	
Freight on do., Hope to Yale	
do. Victoria to Yale	
1,950 feet of 3-in. plank	
Labour, repairing bridge	
Horse hire, 1 month, January	
Horse feed and tools   	
Do. do	
Do. do	
Shoeing horses	
Stabling horses	
Hay	
Labour, 1st to 31st January	
Labour, 8th to 16th January	
Carrots, 582 lbs., at 1J cents ¥ lb	
Hay and grain	
Do. for 2 horses 1 night	
Opening sleigh road between Stanley and Quesnelle, 14 teams.
Opening roads, 1 team, 2 days, @ §5 per day;	
do. 1   „      2   „ „      '  	
Labour, February, 22^- days	
Balance of account on' Stanley Sleigh Road	
Labour on waggon road, 2 days	
Do. do.        4 days	
Lumber for Quesnelle Bridge	
Labour, February, 22^ days	
Do. do	
Salary as Superintendent, March	
Horse hire, hauling timber	
Labour on waggon road, 2 days	
Labour, diverting water courses, 5 days	
Labour on waggon road, 5 days	
Lumber, 576 feet, @ 4 cents per foot	
Labour on road, Quesnelle, 2£ days	
Messages and postage from May, 1879, to March, 1880	
Shovelling snow off Cottonwood Bridge	
Salary as Superintendent, February	
Carriage of iron bolts, plates, &c, to Clinton, for Quesnelle Rd
Labour, 17th to 31st January, 1880	
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
1st to 17th do.
1st to 31st do.
do. do.        	
1st to 29th February, 1880	
1st to 28th do	
do. do. 	
do. do	
do. do. 	
do. do.	
1st to 29th do	
Hay and grain	
Superintendent and Labourers, 1st to 29th February
Grain for horses	
Hay	
Hay and grain for 2 horses, 1 night	
Horse hire, 1 month (February)	
Superintendent and Labourers, 1st to 31st March....
Labourers, 1st to 31st March	
Horse feed	
Shoeing horses and repairing tools (4 months) to Deer. 31st, 1879
Two new shovels	
Oats for horse (3 months)	
Do.      and tools	
One tent, horse halter, and repairs	
Horse hire (April)	
Horse feed	
Packing drills from Alexandra Bridge to Yale ..
Hay 	
Superintendent and labourers (1st to 30th April)
Labourers (1st to 30th April)]	
Repairing tools	
Horse feed	
Hay 	
Horse feed	
Horse hire (March)	
Horse feed and 2 shovels	
Do	
Do.        tents, and shovels	
Ironwork, and sharpening tools	
Carried forward       4,760 41
Arrears,
9  cts.
4,760 41
1,270 13
204 84
42 00
7 00
5 00
10 00
12 17
19 50
12 00
10 00
45 73
12 00
3 09
9 25
1 50
24 37
444 01
25 50
8 73
5 00
3 00
420 00
10 00
10 00
73 12
225 00
8 00
14 00
44 72
73 12
73 12
160 00
2 00
6 00
15 00
15 00
23 04
7 50
7 81
12 00
160 00
135 65
107 60
108 21 -
293 28
113 00
328 45 .
167 50
168 50
149 00
152 50
132 50
91 00
2 50
304 16
32 67
18 95
3 00
10 00^-
290 09
41 00
23 50
36 50
3 00
48 98
22 70
21 75
10 00
6 50
1 00
20 66
396 29
24 21
32 75 ..
1 00
24 85
1 50
10 00
8 00
28 70
29 32
26 00
6,960 08
S cts.
4,979 46
4,979 46 44 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st April to 80th June, 1880.
117
TO WHOM PAID.
J. E. Nelson	
Pay Sheet	
Do	
Do	
Douglas & Deighton ...
N. Black	
Peter Fink	
H. B. Dart	
Oppenheimer Bros	
B. C. Express Company
James Stott	
Hudson Bay Co	
Indian	
John Mclntyre	
W. A. Jamieson	
John Murray	
E. Bligh	
Pay Sheet	
H. B. Dart 	
Neil Black	
Peter Fink	
Hudson Bay Company .
Oppenheimer Bros	
Peter Fink	
B. C. Express Company
Pay Sheet	
Do	
H. Hantz	
J. A. Newland	
S. M. Nelson	
John McKay & Co	
H. Blackford	
A. Stephenson	
Pay Sheet	
Do	
W. Livingstone	
F. W. Foster	
L. Wintrip	
J. Green	
J. Girod	
Robert Pacey	
Alfred Carson	
Pay Sheet	
Alfred Carson	
D. H. McMillan	
W. Bouche	
Bohannan estate	
H. Downes & Co	
Do.       do	
Do.       do.        	
Louis Cuson	
John Conway	
D. A. McLain	
A. D. Mclnnes	
R. McLeese	
A. Barlow	
Thomas Conway	
P. McKellar	
Pay Sheet	
Do	
A. Barlow	
Fletcher & McNaughten.
Mrs. Hyde	
A. H. Wallace	
John Green	
Bohannon estate	
Pay Sheet	
Do	
Do	
F. W. Foster 	
T. Harper	
Pav sheet	
do	
W. Jamieson   	
J. Murray.	
A. Stevenson  	
H. B. Dart 	
J. R. Tait	
J. A. Newland	
J. McKay	
S, M, Nelson	
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward	
XIL—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Vote No. 70.—Roads, Streets, and Bridces.—Continued.
Main Trunk Road.—Continued.
Section.
2     Self and team breaking road	
Labourers (1st to 31st March)	
Do.       and Superintendent (1st to 31st March)	
Do. do. (1st to 30th June)	
Repairing harness	
Horse hire (June)	
Hay   	
24 yds. drilling, for tents	
Cross-cut saw, nails, etc	
Hay and grain for horses (6 months) to 30th June	
Shoeing- horses and repairing tools	
1 keg of spikes and 1 wheel-barrow	
Packing from Yale to 20-mile post	
Nails, spikes, barley, and postage stamps	
Hay and grain for horses	
Spikes, axes, hay, grain, etc	
Shoeing horse, sharpening tools, etc	
Superintendent and labourers (1st to 30th April) 	
Canvas for tents, lumber and nails	
Horse hire (May)	
Hay  	
Axes	
Pick handles, files, paper, etc         	
Hay  '	
Hay and grain	
Superintendent and labourers, 1st to 31st May 	
Labourers do. 	
Lumber ....;....
Keep of horse 	
Horse hire and feed	
Hay and oats	
Ironwork, and sharpening tools	
Horse hire (April)	
Labourers (1st to 15th May)	
Do.       (1st to 30th April)	
Hay and grain	
Picks, axes, nails,  etc	
Timber for cribbing	
Breaking sleigh road between Quesnelle and Stanley (4 teams)
Tools for Quesnelle Bridge	
Hay and oats for horses	
Repairing tools, logging chains (5 months) to March, 1880	
Labourers, Quesnelle Bridge (March)	
Ironwork, and repairing tools	
Labour on Bridges, 4^ days @ $3 per diem	
Do.        breaking "Jam" at Quesnelle Bridge"	
Horse feed for 1 horse (31 days)	
Breaking road from Alexandria to Australian Ranch	
Labour, provisions, and horse feed (May)	
Hay and oats (3 months) to December, 1879	
Horse feed and provisions (2 months) to June, 1880	
Man and team hauling lumber for bridges	
Do. do. do. 	
Provisions  	
Axe handles and horse brush ,	
Team hire, and provisions for men	
Labour (May and June) 27 days @ $3 ¥ diem !	
Do.    at Quesnelle	
Do.    (May)	
Do.    (April)	
Harness for team, and supplies to road party	
Provisions for road party	
Hay	
Provisions    ,	
Breaking road from Quesnelle to Stanley (4 horses and 2 men).
Keep of horse for 31 days '	
Labour (April)	
Do.     (May)	
Do.       do"     ...;..
^ doz. shovels and 1 file	
1 heavy draught horse	
Labourers and superintendent, May	
do. do. do	
Horse feed	
Barley, nails, pick-handles	
Horse hire, May	
Horse feed	
Taking horse to Spence's Bridge	
Team hire and horse feed, May	
Feed for 2 horses  '''.'
Horse hire and feed, 20 days	
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
5
5
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
Arrears,
$ cts
Carried forward,,,.
9   cts.
$ cts.
4,760 41 16,
6,960 08
5 00
22 00
521 41
948 67
2 00
10 00
11 93
4 32
14 37
66 27
4 50
14 50
3 00
21 65
1 50
51 07
19 50
1,142 02
9 07
10 00
21 68
19 60
6 37
44 79
43 37
1,160 04
600 65 „
31 78
2 00
14 00
41 24
9 50
10 00
97 50
171 62
10 60
29 25
6 40
40 00
39 60
196 28
165 75
234 00
40 65
13 50
5 00
31 00
30 00
99 60
38 78
69 67
4 50
2 50
55 48
4 00
23 50
81 00
3 00
337 90
68 12
28 54
43 71
2 50
5 87
40 00
31 00
95 30
288 99
276 37
14 25
300 00
1,213 00
134 25
1 50
12 45
10 00
1 50
2 50
29 07
3 00
43 00
4,979 46
4,979 46 118
Public Accounts, 1st April to 30th June, 1880.
1880
TO WHOM PAID.
J. McCully  	
J. Campbell	
P. Parkes   	
G. H. Mitchell	
E. D. Bligh	
J. Mclntyre	
W. Walker	
J. Hetherington	
S. L. Pratt 	
I. Saul   	
J. Wright	
J. McKinlay	
F. W. Foster 	
J. McCully  	
Mrs. Chenhall  	
R. McLeese	
P. C. Dunlevy	
F. W. Foster 	
G. Hamilton	
W. Boyd   	
W. Everett 	
Pay sheet	
do	
L. Blanchard  	
C. McKane	
D. Smith	
Nelson & Wolfe   	
J. E. Smith	
M. O'Connor	
J. C. Devlin	
E. Deslorier	
Mason & Daly 	
J. C. Devlin	
D. R, Robertson 	
S. P. Bohannon .:	
R. Pacey 	
S. Downes & Co	
J. Girod	
A. Carson	
Pay sheet	
Telegraph Office	
R. Pacey  	
Estate of J. Boulanger..
J. Boyd	
do	
do	
J. Girod   	
do	
A. Carson	
Estate of Beedv 	
W. Ellis	
J. Boyd	
Dodd, Budd, & Co	
Pay sheet •	
Mason & Daly 	
Pay sheet	
F. W. Foster 	
Marshall & Smith   	
J. Mundorf 	
Cornwall Bros	
J. A. Newland	
Oppenheimer Bros	
J. McCullv  	
S. M. Nelson  	
A. Stevenson 	
N. Goyette 	
J. Mclntyre	
Pay sheet	
do	
C. O'Neil 	
J. Dodd	
J. Reid	
R. McLeese	
J. Hetherington	
W. Morrison	
R. McLeese	
P. C. Dunlevy	
W.Boyd	
G. Hamilton	
Pay sheet	
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward	
XIL—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Vote No. 70.—Roads, Streets, and Bridges.—Continued.
Alain Trunk Road.— Concluded.
Section.
2 Horse shoes and sharpening tools  	
2 Team hire, 7',- days, rope, and axle grease	
2 do.       4    »      	
2 Hay and barley, May 	
2 Smith's work, repairing tools, etc ".	
2 Barley, etc	
3 Meals and beds for men shovelling snow in March	
3 do. do. do. ,,     	
3 do. do. do. ,,     	
3 Meals	
3       do	
3       do	
3 3 shovels	
3 Smith's work, tools, etc	
3 Making 2 tents	
3 Hay, oats, and packing across Soda Creek   	
3 Labour (man and team), axe handles, and shoeing horse	
3 Tools and sundries   	
3 Horse feed and tools	
3 Horse hire, May	
3 Filling abutments at 122-mile post	
3 Superintendent and labourers, May  	
3 do. do.      June 	
3 Labour, 26th to 31st May 	
3 1 horse for road work '.	
3 Feed for 2 horses, 15th November, 1879, to May, 1880	
3 73 yards drilling and 1 horse collar	
3 Horse hire, hay, and grain   	
3 Postage	
5 Tools, spikes, nails, etc	
5 1800 feet lumber   	
5 Breaking sleigh road to Quesnelle (2 teams)	
Tools for trails through district  	
Ironwork for Quesnelle Bridge	
4 Provisions, April, May, and June   	
4 Hay and oats	
4 do. and provisions	
4 Drilling for tent, and provisions	
4 Repairs to cart and tools	
4 Superintendent and labourers, June	
4-5 Messages, March, April, and May 	
5 Hay and oats	
5 Breaking road from Quesnelle to Stanley, and horse feed ...
5 Meals and horse feed	
5 Hay, oats, and provisions, November, 1879, May and June,'1880
5 Opening sleigh road, Quesnelle to Stanley  	
5 Provisions, April 	
5 do.      May and June	
5 Repairing tools,'April and May  	
5 Oats and gargling oil	
5 Labour on road between Stanley and Barkerville	
5 Meals and horse feedj	
5 Provisions, June   ...".	
5 Superintendent and labourers, June	
5 Horse feed, 12 nights	
3 Labourers, June   	
2 Spikes, nails, etc	
2 Horse feed, 2 nights	
2 Hay and grain, June   	
2 do. do	
2 do. do.     and lumber 	
2 6 wheelbarrows and 150 feet H- inch rope 	
2 Smith's work	
2 Horse feed 	
2 Horse hire 	
2 Freighting from Yale on wheelbarrows	
2 Hay and grain   	
2 Labourers, 1st to 30th June	
2 Superintendent and Labourers, 1st to 30th June 	
5 Smith's work, June	
5 Labour on waggon road, 7 days 	
3 Tools, rope, June	
3 Horse feed,   do	
3 do. do	
3 do. do	
3 Freight of lumber, tools, etc., June	
3 Team work, lumber tools, etc. do	
3 Horse hire do	
3 Horse feed, nails, and camp kettles	
3 Superintendent and labourers, 15th to 31st March	
Carried forward	
Arrears,
$   cts.
4,760 41
4,760 41
$   cts.
$   cts.
4,979 46
7 50
49 75
27 00
19 42
20 25
5 81
8 00
9 00
20 00
2 00
35 00
17 50
6 75
71 75
10 00
41 00
32 00
100 90
32 75
10 00
5 00
936 90
1,209 00
15 00
250 00
60 00
20 60
5 00
1 50
24 50
74 40
20 00
32 60
2 50
71 18
23 81
37 80
93 30
27 76
305 24
4 36
25 80
23 77
3 00
82 95
25 00
57 61
41 53
22 25
9 50
10 50
1 75
35 15
359 50
20 00
276 00
16 01
3 00
16 81
4 80
91 42
66 04
25 60
3 50
10 00
13 44
6 42
153 00
1,155 25
13 00
14 84
111 18
68 87
5 53
25 00
7 50
62 32
10 00
15 32
.  180 00
23,143 51
28,122 97 44 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st April to 30th June, 1880.
119
TO WHOM PAID.
Thomas Stinson,..
Thomas York	
Adam James	
J. Musslewhite	
John Andrew	
J. Lockwood	
Indian	
Pay Sheet	
George Hutton ...
Martin Nelson	
M. Clarke 	
J. R. Scott	
V.J. Scott	
James Clarke	
L. F. Bonson	
C. G. Major	
W. J. Armstrong .
R. Johnson 	
W. A. Franklin   ..
R. W. Savage
D. A. McDonald .
W. Healey	
F. Sinclair	
P. Carr	
Str. Western Slope....
Str. Royal City	
C. McMillan	
Do	
Do	
Charles Repath	
J. A. Kirkpatrick	
James Chapman	
Pay Sheet	
T. Schwartz	
Pay Sheet	
Do	
James Wardle	
John Wirth	
Hudson Bay Company
E. E. Bligh	
Pay Sheet	
S. M. Nelson	
Pay Sheet	
Do	
Do	
D. Fraser	
George Newlove	
Do. 	
A. J. Kirkpatrick	
D. Fraser	
Robert Scott	
Duck & Pringle	
A. McKinnon	
Charles Humphrey	
J. B. Tiffin	
Henry Graves	
J. Hannington	
Van Syclc	
J. Levereux ...'.	
W. L. Jones	
N. Barker	
Pay sheet	
A. McKinnon  	
D. Fraser 	
Pay sheet	
D. Fraser 	
J. Gilmore	
H. Woodward	
Indian Harry   	
T. Woodward 	
Indian Harry  	
Pay sheet	
D. Fraser 	
J. Bourgue   	
D. Reid	
Mara & Wilson 	
H. Randall,..,	
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Vote No. 70.—Roads, Streets, and Bridges.—Continued.
New Westminster District.
Arrears,
$   cts.
Repairs to Ladner's Landing, as per contract	
Clearing waggon road from Sumass towards New Westminster	
Do. do. Langley    do.     Sumass	
Labour on New Westminster-Hone waggon road, 31^ days @$2 50 ^ day
Do. do. do. 3       „ „       „
Do. do. do. 33£     ,,        ,,       ,,
Packing supplies do. do.. 	
Labour on Ladner's Landing road, from 1st March to 22nd June	
Do. Burrard Inlet road, 2 days	
Do.   clearing road from Langley to New Westminster, 1 day	
Do.    on False Creek trail, 10 days	
Do.   on Ooquitlam road, H days	
Do.   repairing North road and culverts, 4 days	
Do.    on False Creek trail, 10 days	
Do.   with chain-gang on lower road, and repairing culverts	
Tools for road work, March to June	
Lumber for do. 	
Labour on Scott's road	
Wharfage on wheels, 10th June, 1876 (Schedule C, 43 Vic,, chap. 25)..
Yale District.
Hauling tools to steamer, for district roads  	
On account of additional work on Section 2, Nicola-Kamloops road.
Contract No. 3 (June, 1877)	
Labour on Hope-Skagit trail 	
Do. do. 	
Do. do	
Passage, meals, and beds for C. McMillan and 4 men, Skakit Trail	
Do. do. do. do. do. 	
Board, and cash advances do. do. do. 	
Wages as foreman, from 8th May to 21st July do. 	
Expenses moving camp do. 	
Labour and board do. 	
Do.   at Ingram's bridge, 2 days	
Lumber for Lillooet trail	
Foreman and labourers, Thompson River bridge and Lillooet trail	
Team hire, Nicola road, 3 days	
Labourers,       do. 1st to 31st March	
Do.     and supt., Similkameen trail party, 25th May to 30th June..
Provisions for do. do. 	
Axe, kettle, and tin pan,   do. do. 	
Provisions for' do. do. 	
Sharpening tools,  Nicola road, April
Labourers, do.
Shovel and horse feed, do.
Labourers, do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
do.
do.
1st to 15th May .
1st to 30th April.
do.
Labour on Campbell's Creek and Peterson's bridges.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
do.
do.
on Tranquille road.
on road and bridge above Duck and Pringle's
cribbing road near gaol	
on road near the head of Stump Lake	
with team at Monte Creek bridge	
Repairs to waggon	
Labour on Hope-Skagit trail, 6 days .
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Hauling
Repairing
Do.
2 men 5 days.each
do.
do. 2    „    	
do. $78.75, (less Board $12.46)
do. 2 days 	
logs for Okanagan Lake Road   	
do.
do.
4,760 41
200 00
Do,       Savona's Ferry Road 	
Sharpening tools and repairs	
Team hire, Savona's Ferry Road, 7 days	
Labour, do. 1st to 26th June 	
Team hire, do. 17 days	
Do.       Nicola Road, 2   .,    	
Do. do. 1   „    	
Labour, do. 5   ,,    	
Team hire and horse keep	
Labour, Nicola Road, removing drift logs •	
Do. do.        1st to 31st May	
Do.     (2 horses and self), Peterson's Bridge 	
Do.     2 days	
Do.     Savona's Ferry-Kamloops Road, 11 days	
Tools for road work, May	
Keeping road in repair, Duck & Pringle's to Okanagan Lake, 12 months
Carried forward       4,860 66
$   cts.
200 00
25 00
30 00
78 75
7 50
83 75
3 00
94 90
6 00
2 50
25 00
3 76
10 00
25 00
30 72
14 25
2 37
17 76
25
75
200 00
70 30
80 79
117 95
17 25
6 48
40 96
308 33
26 50
66 85
5 00
15 00
210 60
9 00
96 00
208 41
11 32
5 00
38 30
3 50
237 25
6 00
90 00
235 60
148 50
5 00
4 37
5 00
25 00
8 75
17 50
24 0C
33 0C
15 0C
15 00
5 00
66 3C
5 0C
4 0C
2 6C
7 25
56 56
15 6C
17 50
149 36
42 5C
11 50
5 00
6 0C
2 75
20 0C
163 00
11 00
5 0C
27 50
13 9C
195 00
3,239 28
9  cts.
28,122 97
659 49
28,782 40 120
Public Accounts, 1st Apbil to 30th June, 1880.
1880
TO WHOM PAID.
J. Uren	
Hudson Bay Co	
C. McMillan	
J. Uren	
J. A. Newland	
Str. Spellamacheen ..
Indian Billy	
Pay sheet	
G. Newlove 	
D. Fraser 	
Do	
Matthews, Richards & Tye
Oppenheimer Bros...
John A. Swartz	
Louis Morecralls	
M. Gillen	
J. Crozier	
Indian Dick	
H. Featherstone	
C. Phair	
P. Cullen 	
J. A. Swartz	
Smith & Eastman 	
J. A. Swartz	
P. Cullen 	
J. H. Wood 	
VanVolkenburgh Bros.
Pay sheet	
J. Jane  	
P. Grinder	
C. Phair	
Pay sheet	
Mrs. Chenhall	
C. O'Hallaron	
F. W. Foster	
J. McCully	
A. Porter ,
J. K, Barker	
J. Metz 	
Wilson & James	
M. Barry	
William Moore	
A. Lamont	
John K. Barker	
J. Metz	
S. F. Anderson	
H. S. Booth	
Veith & Borland	
Pay Sheet	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
C. P. O'Neill	
Jas. Munro	
Thos. Conroy	
R. McLeese	
P. McLaren	
Jonathan Merryfield ..
J. Paris	
John McKay	
C. T. Millard	
Jonathan Merryfield ..
W. Ronald	
W. P. AVilson	
Pay Sheet	
J. A. Gardiner	
B. L. Sullivan	
J. A. Gardiner	
Pay Sheet	
John Cranstone	
G. N. Lawrence	
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Vote No. 70.—Roads, Streets, and Bridges.—Continued.
Tale District.—Concluded.
Repairing bridge and roads on Bates' Flat    	
1 axe	
Board of men on Skagit Trail  	
Horse feed, 1 night	
Lumber for Savona's Ferry Road	
Freight on provisions and tools from Kamloops	
Moving camp, Nicola Road	
Labourers, do. 1st to 30th June	
Labour on Savona's Ferry-Okanagan Road, 9 days	
Do. do. do. 9   „   (team)	
De. do. do. 11^ ,, and 6 new shovels
Tools, camp kettles, baking pans, etc. (Skagit Trail party)	
Lillooet District.
1 keg of blasting powder	
Labour on Chadwick's road, 10 days	
Do. Lillooet road,       10  „    	
Do.    clearing road between 29 and 37 mile posts, 6£ days	
Clearing road near 22-Mile Post	
Saddle horse, 1 day (C. Phair inspecting road)   	
1 shovel and 1 axe	
Canoe hire on Fraser, examining route for a trail 	
Labour on Lillooet-Lytton Trail, 21 days   	
Do. do. 33    „       :	
Tools for trail party 	
Labour, Lillooet-Lytton Trail, 14 days	
Do. do. 25   „     	
Clearing out trail from Fraser River to Kelly's Road	
Do road from Canoe Creek Hill to Haller's, 40 days	
Foreman and labourers, June, Dog Creek Road 	
Re-setting stakes on Dog Creek Road	
Making cut-off from Kelly's Road to Big Bar Creek	
1 day travelling over Big Slide, inspecting road	
Labourers, Lillooet-Clinton Road, June	
Making 1 tent	
Team hire and labour for Kelly Creek Bridge  	
Tools for Lillooet-ClintonRoad, May and June   	
Sharpening tools, June	
Cariboo District.
Labour on Antler Creek Ti-ail, repairing bridge, 1 day	
Labour on trail, Quesnelle to Keithley Creek, 6 days	
Do. do. Beaver Lake, 3 days 	
Labour and timber for bridge across Williams Ck., for Grouse Ck. trail
Two horses and man packing camp and tools for Snow Creek trail..
Labour on trail at Keithley Creek, li days	
Repairs to corduroy, Snow Creek Trail	
Labour, do. 24£ days	
Do. do. 24h    „     	
Do. do. 18     „     	
Do. do. 17     „     	
Horse feed and meals for men, Snow Creek Trail	
Labourers, Jack of Clubs Creek Trail, June	
Do.       Antler Creek Trail, do	
Do.        Grouse do. do	
Do Lowhee Creek Trail, do	
Do.       Mosquito Creek Trail, do	
Sharpening tools and making new picks	
Man and horse on Grouse Creek Trail 	
Labour on Chilcotin Trail, 2^ days  	
Tools for do. and ferrying at Soda Creek	
Cutting fallen timber and repairs to trails	
Cassiar District.
Putting new floor to bridge, 1st North Fork	
Repairing Tooyea Bridge	
Labour on Dease Lake Trail, 10 days	
Blasting powder, fuse, etc., Dease Lake Trail	
Nails for Tooyea and Taltan Bridges	
Labour on Dease Lake Trail, 2£ days	
Shovelling snow off bridge at Stickeen	
Labour, repairing Dease Lake Trail ,.
Do. do. 5 days	
Do. do. bridges, etc., 33 days	
Do. do. 33 days	
Do.     repairing Thibert.and Defot Creek Trails	
Do. do.      Trail, Somers Gulch towards Dennis Creek	
Do.     Cassiar Trails, 1876 (Schedule C, 43 Vic, Chap. 25)	
Carried forward	
Arrears,
§   cts.
$   cts.
4,960 91
3.239 28
10 00
3 0C
26 5C
1 5C
12 42
10 OC
6 0C
156 0C
22 5C
22 5C
40 37
36 27
5 00
30 0C
30 00
19 60
5 00
2 OC
5 75
1 5C
63 0C
99 00
8 75
42 00
75 00
50 00
80 00
746 50
10 00
600 00
3 00
184 50
5 00
16 50
13 87
2 50
4 00
24 00
12 00
63 76
10 OO
6 00
9 00
98 00
98 00
72 00
68 00
20 00
87 25
31 50
156 00
33 00
43 50
30 50
4 00
7 50
12 00
25 00
125 00
30 00
50 00
13 00
5 40
12 60
25 00
70 00
25 00
165 00
165 00
180 00
12 00
25
9   cts.
28,782 46
1,998 S7
87S 15
6,160 33 44 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st April to 30th June, 1880.
121
TO WHOM PAID.
Wm. Ralph....
Joseph Hunter.
Driard House..
Str. Enterprise,
Joseph Hunter,
Driard House..
Str. Enterprise
Joseph Hunter
Kinipple & Morris	
Wm. Selleck	
Pay Sheet	
E. B. Marvin	
Matthews,Richards & Tye
Mary Rothwell	
Pay Sheet	
James Williams	
George Baker	
Wm. Bennett	
George Baker 	
Matthews, Richards & Tye
Stewart & Braden...".
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Bank of British Columbia
J. V. Lawrence	
H. Laidley	
A. Kemp	
Wells, Fargo & Co ...
Bulletin Co. ,San Fr'ncisco
The Mail, Toronto....
Daily "Standard"....
J. C. Brown, N.W. Herald
Do do.
Daily " Standard" ...
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
J. C. Brown, N.W.Herald
Do	
Daily " Standard"	
Do. do	
Do. do	
Do. do	
J. C.Brown, N.W. Herald
Do. do.
G. Norris, Free Press ...
J. C. Brown, N.W.Herald
Fletcher & McNaughten
Rogers & Wilson	
R. T. Williams	
Clearihue & Carscn ....
Mara & Wilson	
M.W. Waitt & Co	
Do.      do	
Brought forward ,
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Concluded.
Vote No. 71.—Surveys.
Surveys throughout the Province.
Surveying Town Site at Glenora, Cassiar	
Sumass Dyking Act, 1878.
Salary from 13th March to 30th April, 1880, @ $150 per month	
Board and room (March), 3 days	
Passage and meals, to and from Sumass, March 	
Salary, 1st to 31st May	
Board and room (May), 3 days	
Passage and meals to and from Sumass	
Salary, 1st to 30th June	
Vote No. 72.—Graving Dock.
Resident Engineer's Salary.
Salary of Resident Engineer, 1st March to 30th June, @ $182 25 $ month
Storage.
Rent of store to 30th June, 4 months, @ 880 per month	
Workinq Pump.
Wages, March, April, May, and June	
Coal, cotton waste, etc., February to April	
Nails, files, and steel-tape	
Cofferdam Contract.
Rent of office from 27th Nov, 1879 to 27th July, 1880, 8 months, @ §4.
Wages of Foreman and Watchman, 1st Dec., 1879, to 30th May, 1880..
Wages as Watchman, June	
Wages as Foreman, June	
Sundry disbursements, from January, 1878, to 30th June, 1880	
Sundries	
Do.       from 1st July to 30th September, 1879	
Repairing pipe to Donkey Engine 	
Arrears,
§   cts,
4,960 91
Gracing Dock Construction.   (Chap. %0, Sec. 1).
Exchange on draft in favour of W. L. Booker, San Francisco	
Erecting tables to exhibit plans of proposed dock 	
Use of room, at San Francisco, to exhibit plans, 1^ months	
Services taking charge of room and exhibiting plans, 1£ months ...
Express charges on plans	
Advertising Tenders, 3 months and 8 days, @ §1 50 $ line $ month.
Do. 40 lines, 84 times	
XIIL-MISCELLANEOUS EXPENDITURE.
Vote No. 73.—Advertising.
Proclamation and Private Bills, March	
Notice and accounts to be presented	
Sundry notices, Provincial Secretary's Department	
Notice, Private Bills Committee   	
Appointments and Debentures	
Claimants of land	
Tenders for supplies, Nanaimo Gaol	
Notices, Claimants of land	
Proclamation and notice of reward	
Appointments	
Tenders and notice to Pre-emptors	
Notice, Law Stamps and Appointments	
Notices, Lands and Works Department	
Appointments and reward {re. Pool Murder)	
Notices, Claimants of land, etc., Lands and Works Department
Notices, Pre-emption, Appointments, and Stamp Act	
Notices, appointments, tenders, etc	
Vote No. 74,—Stationery.
1 ledger for Government Agent, Cariboo	
Stationery do. 	
Binding blank books, and 50 sets boards	
1 day book for Government Officer, Dease Creek	
1 bo -k for Magistrate	
Stationery for Provincial Secretary's Department, April
Do. Lands and Works Department, do.
12 98
cts.
235 00
9 OC
7 6C
150 OC
9 OC
3 60
160 00
371 50
6 38
6 87
32 00
1,210 30
60 00
125 00
25 74
5 20
133 02
5 00
69
23 90
60 00
54 00
1 30
173 25
336 00
40 00
14 5C
19 0C
5 0C
11 25
25 0C
15 0C
27 0C
24 60
15 00
16 25
17 60
72 50
18 50
24 50
7 50
60 25
3 00
9 20
65 75
5 00
1 25
47 75
47 37
Carried forward II   4,973 89l      169 32
cts.
75 00
564 00
639 00
729 00
384 75
1,596 !
649 14
3,679 15
403 25
403 25 122
Public Accounts, 1st April to 30th June, 1880.
1880
TO WHOM PAID.
'FOE WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward	
XIIL—MISCELLANEOUS EXPENDITURE.—Continued.
Vote No. 74.—Stationery.—Concluded.
M. W. Waitt & Co	
E. Pimbury & Co	
T. N. Hibben & Oo...
Kimball & Gladwin ..
R. T. Williams	
Do	
Hudson Bay Company
T. N. Hibben & Co...
M. W. Waitt & Co....
Clearihue & Carson ..
Oppenheimer Bros ...
R. T. Williams	
T. N. Hibben SCo...
J. Fletcher & Co	
E. Pimbury	
W. H. Kearv	
C. Phair	
Wright & Callbreath .
Postmaster, Victoria —
F. Littler (Express)	
Do. do	
Deputy Treasurer	
Postmaster, Cowichan...
G. W. Cook	
Joseph Irvine	
Morris Moss	
Indian Alick	
Wells, Fargo & Co	
J. Johnson	
T. N. Hibben & Co	
J. Mclntyre 	
Joseph Irvine	
Clearihue & Carson	
Indian Joe,	
Joseph Humphreys	
Joseph Clearihue	
Alexander Lindsay	
William Earle	
W. B. Wilson	
B. Douglas	
A. Egnell	
William Larkin	
Indian Alick	
J. Johnson	
M. O'Connor	
J. Johnson	
Postmaster, Yale	
F. Foord	
J. Fletcher & Co	
Indian Alex	
J. Johnston	
C. O'Keefe	
Postmaster, Granville ...
W. Earle	
W. H. Keary	
T. R. Pearson 	
H. Featherstone	
Western Union Co	
B. C. Telegraph Co	
Doin. Gov. Telegraph Co.
B.C. Telegraph Co	
R. Allen	
H. V. Edmonds	
Gaston & Robinson	
De Wiederhold & Co	
Engelhardt* Co	
Central Coal Yard	
Victoria Gas Company ..
P. Sullivan	
Albert Egnell	
Fletcher & Co	
M.W.Walsh	
Clearihue & Carson	
Callbreath & Co	
Stationery for Attornej'-General's Department	
Record book for Government Office, Nanaimo	
Stationery for Provincial Secretary's Department, April
1 bottle of ink for Government Agent, Yale	
Perforating and binding Certificates of Purchase, Lands and Works Dpt
Binding books and 75 sets boards	
Stationery for Government Agent, Cariboo  	
Do. Provincial Secretary's Department
1 large blank book with index, copying paper, &c.
Stationery for Government Agent, Cassiar	
Do. do. Yale	
Ruling paper for Printing Office	
Stationery, County Court
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Office, McDame's Creek	
Gaol, Nanaimo	
Government Agent, New Westr., 1st March to 30th June
do. Lillooet	
do- Cassiar, 1876 (Sched. D, 43 Vic., c. 25)
Vote No. 75.—Postage.
Postage for all Departments, March to June	
Express charges, Cariboo, August to December, 1879	
Do. do.     January to April	
Postage Stamps  	
Do. do.     for Government Agent, Cowichan	
Express charges, do. Cassiar	
Do. do. do	
Do. do. do	
Do. carrying letter from Dease Creek to Glenora	
Do. on Special letter to Minister of Justice, Ottawa .
Do. Cassiar	
Postage for Police Office 	
Do. Government Agent, Lytton	
Express charges on letters from Wrangel to Laketon	
Postage Stamps for Government Agent, Cassiar	
Carrying letters to McDame's Creek 	
Express charges to Walker's Creek	
Do. Laketon to Victoria   	
Postage Stamps for Government Agent, Cariboo	
Do. do. Nanaimo	
Do. do. Kamloops	
Do. do. Yale 	
Express charges, do. Cassiar	
Do. do do	
Do. Glenora to Laketon   	
Do. on letters and parcels from Victoria to Laketon
Postage Stamps, Clinton	
Express charges on mail matter, Cassiar	
Postage stamps, Yale 	
Do. Salt Spring Island	
Express charges on letters, Cassiar 	
Do. do. do	
D. packages, do	
Postage, Government Agent, Okanagan.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Arrears,
S   ets.
4,973 89
2 25
Constable Miller
Government Agent, Nanaimo	
do. New Westminster
do. do.
do. Lillooet	
Vote No. 76.—Telegrams.
Various messages, from 1st April to 30th June, 1880	
Do. do. do. 	
Do. 	
Do.  :	
Telegram, 11th February, 1874 (Schedule C, 43 Vie., Chap. 25) .
Do.       30th November   ,, do. do.
Vote No. 77.—Fuel axd Light.
Coal and wood for Government Offices, Victoria, March to May .
Do.
Do.
Do.
Gas supplied to
35 cords wood
4       do.
6 lbs. candles
20 cords wood
1 tin coal oil
Do.
do. do.              do.
do. do.              do.
do. do.              do.
do. do.      March to June .
do. Cariboo	
do. McDames Creek, Cassiar ,
do. Centreville	
do. Laketon	
do. do.
do. do |..
Carried forward.
l 00
l 50
4,983 64
8 cts.
21 50
1 75
43 50
1 25
8 00
33 00
5 00
20 87
16 75
5 50
2 00
21 25
6 75
3 00
75
20 63
4 00
5 00
381 38
30 75
IS 50
2 00
15 35
11 00
40 00
6 00
1 00
3 00
2 25
6 00
2 25
5 00
3 00
6 00
2 00
25 00
16 00
30 00
19 00
13 25
2 00
3 00
1 00
50 00
9 78
12 00
4 50
3 50
2 50
2 00
5 00
14 00
4 25
10 00
2 00
18 35
22 31
242 93
44 73
IS 50
9 10
1 00
1 50
118 00
32
(10
24
00
30
00
fi2
00
154
00
28
00
5
60
100
00
17 00
17
00
$ cts.
403 25
388 82
801 52
317 76
607 50 | 1,911 35 44 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st April to 30th June, 1880.
123
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
4,983 64
12
607 50
3 75
55 00
17 00
21 00
8 60
21 00
1,911 35
XIIL—MISCELLANEOUS EXPENDITURE.—Continued.
Vote Mo. 77.—Fuel and Light.—Concluded.
Vote No. 78.—Library, Legislative and Departmental.
Five vols. Statutes, W. T., and 9 vols. Tod's Parliamentary Govt	
Vote No. 79.—Fees to Registrars.
Registration Fee, 31st May, 1875 (Schedule C, 43 Vic, Chap. 25)
Vote No. 80.—Refunds.
Refund of Real Property Tax collected in Municipality of N. Cowichan
Do.                            do.                                    do.                    '    do.
Do.              do.                     do.                         do.                      	
Compensation for a Cow killed by Thos. Roper, who was find $150,
733 85
62 00
M. W. Waitt & Co	
H. V. Edmonds 	
12
Rev. William Clyde
1 32
3 33
3 26
42
6 34
5 50
8 00
9 35
10 69
35 00
4 40
9 18
4 90
5 97
4 30
3 00
50 00
10 00
1 25
1 67
3 00
10 00
7 38
38 66
1 20
2 89
9 15
4 05
54
30 20
15 00
9 00
9 00
6 00
1 07
5 57
E. J. Betts	
Geo. Ford	
William Hammond	
John Hammond	
C. B. Sword	
Do.              do.                     do.                         do.                      	
Robert Greig	
Do.         Survey fee charged on Pre-emption No. 80, Texas Bar	
T. J. Williams	
James Walsh	
M. R. Smith	
D. McGilfvray
Williams & Arthur	
E. M. J. Horris	
F. J. M. Jayol	
M. Dougall	
John Bell	
William Teague	
Do.         Road Tolls, counterfoil Nos. 4,728 and 4,751      	
John Hurst	
Richard Chappie	
Magn lis Edgar	
T. McGuffie	
J. W. Booth	
Do.            Interest charged on pre-emption, New Westminster Dist  ..
Do.               do.                              do.                         do.
Vote No. 82.—Premium on Guarantee Bonds.
Premiums from 1st June, 1880, to 30th April, 1881	
D. W. Miller	
330 59
850 56
100 00
750 00
500 00
Canada Guarantee Co	
William Fernie	
Vote No. 83.—Allowance to Officer, Kootenay.
Victoria Fire Department
Vote. No. 84.-—Fire Department, Victoria.
G. Norris, Treasurer	
Vote No. 85,—Fire Department, Nanaimo.
Vote No. 95.—Miscellaneous, not detailed.
50
3 25
15 00
IS 00
60 00
1'60
22 50
3 00
2 00
1 25
James Parsons	
G. B. Coney	
Subscription to Daily Colonist (3 month) to 31st March, Provincial Sec.
Freight on letters from Cassiar               	
C. McCormack	
Victoria Water Works...
Indian Jim	
Subsc.    tionto Daily Standard, New West. Guardian, and Free Press
Water .... pplied to Govt. Buildings, 1st January to 30th June, 1S80	
T. I\r. Hibben & Co
Indian Charley	
CI "aning office, McDame Creek. Cassiar	
Fletcher & Co	
Wire for stove pipe and soap for office, Dease Creek	
4,9S3 76
122 00
5,238 47 124
Public Accounts, 1st April to 80th June, 1880.
1880
TO WHOM PAID.
Str. Reliance	
Dr. Sivewright	
Thomas Inge	
Fell & Co	
Mcintosh & McFadden
Bank of British Columbia
E. B. Marvin	
James Wardle	
B. C. Express Company.
Henry Seydel	
Indian Frank	
Hugh McKenzie	
Wells, Fargo & Co	
J. Frillet	
Gazette   Printing Office,
Montreal	
James Parsons	
M. McCormack	
Clearihue & Carson	
Indian Paddy	
J. Fletcher & Co	
New Westminster Herald
R. T. Williams	
Hugh McKenzie	
Mrs. Deasy	
T. Harrison, London.
N. McArthur	
M. W. Waitt & Co....
R. T. Williams	
D. R. Robertson	
C. Phair	
W. Jeflray 	
N. Fitzstubbs 	
E. N. Bovill	
S. Redgrave	
B. C. Law Society	
Mrs. Ussher	
J. Orr.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward	
XIIL—MISCELLANEOUS EXPENDITURE.—Concluded.
Vote No. 95.—Miscellaneous, not detailed.—Concluded.
Fare and meals to Yale for Dr. Sivewright (re McLean Bros, and Hare)
Medical attendance on McLeod	
Moving safe at Government Buildings, Provincial Secretary's Office	
Soap, matches, and brooms, for all Departments 	
Board and lodging for Dr. Sivewright (McLean Bros, and Hare)	
Exchange on draft on Toronto	
Dominion flag for Court House, Clinton	
Charges on remittance from B. Price, Okanagan	
Do. do.        T. McK. Lambly	
Sharpening saw	
Packing Palmer's saddle to Nicola	
Express, with books and telegraph instruments	
Freight on a package of plans from Ottawa	
Opening safe and making key, Attorney-General's Office	
Three years subscription to Legal News, to 1st January, 18S1	
Daily Colonist to 30th June, 3 months	
Subscription, Daily Standard, Free Press, and Guardian, to 30th June
1 bar of soap, Government Office, Cassiar	
Cleaning Court House and stove,     do	
Soap and file, Cassiar	
One years subscription to 31st March, 1880, Provincial Secretary	
Mounting and canvas on 6 district maps	
Express with books to Provincial Secretary's Office	
Washing; towels for Lands and Works and Provincial Secretary's Depts.
Colonial Office Lists 	
Repairing Government Boat (Cassiar)	
Lithographing 3000 copies of map of S.E. Districts of Vancouver Island
Mounting a torn map of Esquimalt Town for Registrar-General	
One-third of fine on Ah Tong (selling liquor to Indians)   	
Cleaning Court House, Lillooet, May, 1879, to June, 1880	
Taking Chinese census, Nanaimo, in December, 1879	
Disbursements whilst employed as Constable, Cassiar, 1878 (Schedule B
43 Vic, Chap. 25)   	
Do. do. do. do.
Do. do. do. do.
Vote No. 97.—Reporting Judges' Decisions.
Reporting Judges' decisions  —
Vote No. 141.
Gratuity on account of the loss of her husband, who was killed at Kamloops whilst in the employ of the Government	
Vote No. 144.
Making copy of Assessment Roll, 1880, and assisting in Government
Office, New Westminster	
Arrears,
S   cts.
4,983 76
31 00
38 40
56 10
$   cts.
122 00
12 00
25 00
15 00
29 25
16 50
3
30 00
4
3 37
50
1 00
2 50
3
6 60
12 «0
3 25
9 75
1 00
3 00
2 25
6 00
10 00
3 25
12 00
15 00
3 00
589 50
2 00
3
6 68
7 50
31 00
38 40
50 10
5,113 26
9  cts.
5,238 47
300 00 44 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st April to 30th June, 1880.
125
Recapitulation of expenditure,
1st April tq 30th June, 1880.
Page.
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103
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Vote.
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11
12
13
14
16
16
17
18
19
20
21
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24
25
26
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29
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SERVICE
I.—Public Debt.
Interest	
Discount and Commission.
Payment of Debentures ..
II.—Civil Government (Salaries).
Lieutenant Governor's Office	
Provincial Secretary and Minister of Mines .
Do. Printing Branch	
Treasury Department 	
Lands and Works Department	
Attorney General's Department  	
Registrar-General's Department 	
Legislation	
Registration of Voters	
Assay Office	
Lunatic Asylum	
Revenue Services 	
III.—Administration or Justice ("Salaries).
Supreme Court .
Sheriffs	
County Court...
Police and Gaols,
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Victoria 	
Esquimalt	
New Westminster	
New Westminster District ,
Kootenay  	
Cariboo  	
Cassiar	
Yale	
Kamloops 	
Clinton	
Nanaimo	
IV.—Legislation.
Indemnity to Members   	
Mileage	
Registration of Voters (other than Salaries)
Expenses of Elections	
Contingent Fund 	
Journals and Statutes Binding	
V.—Public Institutions (Maintenance).
Assay Office, Cariboo   	
Printing Office, Victoria	
Lunatic Asylum, New Westminster:—
Provisions	
Fuel	
Medicines	
Clothing	
Furniture	
. Transport of Lunatics and Keepers.
Miscellaneous	
VI.—Hospitals and Charities.
Hospital, Victoria	
Do.     New Westminster	
Do.     Cariboo	
Do.     Nanaimo	
Do.     Cassiar	
Hospital allowance, medicines, &c.
In aid of destitute poor and sick ..
. TIL—Administration of Justice (other than Salaries).
Administration of Justice:—
Summoning and paying Jurors and Witnesses	
Prosecution and Interpreters	
Expenses of Inquests	
Fees to Justices	
Rewards  	
Carried forward       3,916 92
Arrears.
9  cts.
9  cts.
9  cts.
2,292 50
245 61
20,000 00
22,538 11
5 65
343 13
1,342 50
1,440 00
1,793 32
1,905 00
450 00
649 98
650 00
218 75
600 00
1,693 32
470 06
970 06
12,056 06
675 00
416 64
1,608 00
2,586 75
167 21
1,970 20
240 00
2,615 64
360 00
585 00
3,012 00
1,094 00
5,839 07
710 00
535 50
270 00
1,121 70
20,937 50
8,800 00
2,610 00
13 00
5 00
6 00
12 00
238 34
325 25
11,991 59
333 92
72 31
1,542 10
289 50
63 13
71 76
23 60
499 36
105 26
3,000 83
1,666 64
1,466 64
1,999 98
1,000 00
351 00
110 00
85 00
6,629 26
545 00
3,460 12
1,085 50
139 50
10 00
10 00
80 00
4,775 12
77,153 35 126
Public Accounts, 1st
April to 30th June, 1880.
1880
Vote.
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Brought forward 	
RECAPITULATION.—Continued.
VII.—Administration of Justice (other, than Salaries).—Concluded.
Police and Gaols :—
Keep of Prisoners	
Special Constables	
Transport of Prisoners and Constables	
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	
XI.—Revenue Services.
Commission	
Courts of Appeal	
Travelling Expenses	
Rent, Miscellaneous, &c...
Costs re Chinese Tax Act
XII.—Public Works.
Works and Btcildings.
Repairs to Government Buildings and Fences, Victoria
Do. do. New Westminster ..
Do. do. Nanaimo	
Do. do. Yale	
Do. do. Cariboo   	
Bo. do. Forks Quesnelle	
Do. do. Cassiar	
Lunatic Asylum, New Westminster	
School-House, Lillooet	
Victoria School Reserve	
Improvement of Government Reserve, Victoria	
Furniture, Government Offices	
Insurance of Government Buildings	
Works and Buildings.
Government House, Victoria.
Repairs to building
Do.       fencing...
Roads, Streets, and Bridges.
Victoria City District  	
Victoria District	
Esquimalt District	
Cowichan District	
Nanaimo District 	
Comox District 	
Main Trunk Road	
New Westminster District .
Yale District  	
Lillooet District	
Cariboo District	
Cassiar District	
Surveys,
»-,  j  Surveys throughout the Province
iX \  Sumass Dyking Act, 1878	
Carried forward.
Arrears.
$ cts.
$ cts.
3,916 92      4,775 12
85 63
5,894 00
50 11
1,745 23
83 00
2,209 98
40 00
600 27
3,311 91
25
1,387 62
861 42
929 50
2,204 75
434 52
2 00
1,062 83
12 13
1,990 67
1,872 00
1,017 24
13 67
1,052 15
22 25
587 80
1,838 23
78 19
1,770 23
72 00
146 50
28 15
67 65
150 50
950 00
18 75
60 00
25
200 09
'25
114 66
133 37
23 04
7 68
29 25
50 00
24 70
60 00
18 25
150 00
26 37
175 42
293 93
56 90
46 15
2,146 29
734 82
261 40
236 45
995 00
605 50
23,143 51
659 49
3,586 34
1,990 37
915 01
878 15
75 00
564 00
4,960 91   151,535 16
$ cts.
77,153 35
14,624 33
16,724 !
1,938 67
1,106 67
103 05
36,160 33
639 00 44 Vio.
Public Accounts, 1st April to 30th June, 1880.
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75
76
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85
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144
141
Vote.
72
SERVICE
Brought forward...
RECAPITULATION.—Concluded.
XII.—Public Works.—Concluded.
Graving Dock.
Resident Engineer's Salary	
Storage	
Working pump 	
Cofferdam Contract 	
Graving Dock construction (Chap. 20, sec. 1) 	
XIIL—Miscellaneous.
Advertising	
Stationery	
Postage	
Telegrams	
Fuel and Light 	
Library, Legislative and Departmental	
Fees to Registrars	
Refunds	
Premium on Guarantee Bonds	
Allowance to Officer, Kootenay	
Fire Department, Victoria .... 	
Do. Nanaimo	
Miscellaneous not detailed	
Reporting Judges' decisions 	
James Orr	
Mrs. Ussher	
Total....
Arrears.
9 cts.
4,960 91
12 98
7 25
2 50
129 50
5,113 26
S  cts.
729 00
320 00
384 75
1,596 26
649 14
403 25
388 82
801 52
317 76
738 85
62 00
12
330 59
850 56
100 00
750 00
500 00
1,090 03
200 00
250 00
300 00
9 cts.
151,535 16
3,679 15
7,078 50
162,292 81
J. McB. Smith,
Audit Office,
6th December, 1880.
Auditor.  44 Vic.        Public Accounts, 1st January, 1879, to 30th June, 1880.
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1880
EXPENDITURE.
SUMMABY OP EXPENDITURE, from 1st January, 1879, to 30th June, 1880.
Period op 18 Months.
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      $11,186 35
Government House, Victoria         1,670 92
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves     117,924
Surveys           2,876 18
Graving Dock       18,652 05
XIIL—Miscellaneous.
Total.
Arrears.
S 930 71
3,891 53
479 75
1,064 99
168 00
1,968 67
2,028 37
551 80
415 08
1,157 83
1,156 14
7,917 32
125 71
1,657 13
Total
Expenditure.
§142,497 49
60,611 99
63,134 29
25,666 96
12,006 37
23,867 37
44,549 25
68,861 82
4,126 90
72 75
8,800 90
152,310 16
26,783 94
633,290 19 44 Vic.     Public Accounts, 1st January, 1879, to 30th June, 1880.
135
TJNPEOVIDED ITEMS.
STATEMENT of Services whose Expenditures have exceeded their Appropriations,
from 1st January, 1879, to 30th June, 1880, and for which over-expenditure the
sanction of Parliament is required.
Sub-Heads.
Discount and Commission	
Provincial Secretary's Department.—Printing Branch	
Contingent Fund	
Printing Office, Victoria	
Prosecution and Interpreters	
Transport of Prisoners and Constables	
Works and Buildings.
Repairs to Government buildings, Quesnelle
School-house, Lillooet	
Improvement of Government Reserves...
Repairs, Govt, buildings, Osoyoos	
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.
Main Trunk Road	
Stationery	
Postage	
Telegrams	
Fuel and Light	
H.M.S. "Rocket," Coal (1877)	
Service.
I.—Public Debt.
Excess of Expenditure over Appropriation	
II.—Civil Government (Salaries).
Excess of Expenditure over Appropriation	
IV.—Legislation.
Excess of Expenditure over Appropriation	
V.—Public Institutions (Maintenance).
Excess of Expenditure over Appropriation	
VII.—Administration of Justice (other than Salaries).]
Excess of Expenditure over Appropriation	
Do. do. 	
XII.—Public Works.
Excess of Expenditure over Appropriation .
Do. do.
Do.                          do.
No Appropriation	
Excess of Expenditure over Appropriation .
XIII.—Miscellaneous.
Excess of Expenditure over Appropriation .
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
18 20
811 32
02
2 08
3 77
30 00
209 49
498 95
150 23
137 85
1 70
Total.
80 81
829 52
35 87
1,118 34
998 22
9 8,109 98
Audit Office,
15th December, 1880.
J. McB. Smith,
Auditor. 136
Public Accounts, 1st January, 1879, to 30th June, 1880.
1880
LAPSED BALANCES OF APPROPEIATIONS ON 30th JUNE, 1880.
STATEMENT of Balances of Appropriation at the Credit of the following Services on
30th June, 1880. which Lapsed on that date by authority of Act 42 Vic, c. 33, s. 1.
Vote.
Sub-Heads.
Service.
Balances.
Total.
1
I.—Public Debt.
$     14 60
8 67
20,000 00
3
Do. '                      	
5
Do                                  	
II.—Civil Government (Salaries).
$20,023 27
6
12 82
700 00
50 12
06
454 58
140 05
9
Do.                       	
11
15
Do.                       	
16
Do.                                              	
Do.                              	
III.—Administration of Justice (Salaries).
1,357 63
17
340 00
07
71 25
60 05
260 00
165 46
608 45
147 00
200 00
18 30
18
Sheriffs 	
19
Do.                                                	
20
Do                                                            	
21
Do.                       	
22
Do.                     	
26
Do.	
27
Do.              Yale	
28a
Do.                                             ...'.	
29
IV.—Legislation.
1,870 58
31
24 50
1,058 00
1,954 00
105 90
196 25
110 30
2,388 14
32
33
Registration of Voters (other than Salaries)
Do.                     	
Do                                          	
35
Do.	
36
Do.                     	
37
V.—Public Institutions (Maintenance).
3,338 65
39
VI.—Hospitals and Charities.
2,498 44
40
10
12
06
1,981 00
40 35
86 00
41
Do                        	
42
44
45
Do.                       	
46
Summoning- and paying Jurors                >
and Witnesses §1,789 54
VII.—Administration of Justice (other than Salaries).
2,170 63
(
1
3,440 66
1,047 10
J
'    1
481
Fees to Justices of the Peace ...        11 00 [
Rewards       200 00^
VIII.—Education.
4,487 76
997 35
38 90
92 13
320 84
186 00
766 52
43 10
34 00
1,307 56
503 26
810 41
909 09
50
52
53
54
55
57
58
59
Do                               	
60
L
6,009 16
841,756 12 44 Vic       Public Accounts, 1st January, 1879, to 30th June, 1880.
137
Vote.
Sub-Heads.
Service.
Balances.
Total.
$41,756 12
61
IX.—Transport.
$   514 91
133 59
101 40
62
Travelling Expenses of Officers on duty	
Do.                       	
63
Do.                              	
X.—Rent.
749 90
72 00
65
66
Commission,  Courts of Appeal, Travelling
Expenses, Rent, Miscellaneous, &c	
Works and Buildings.
Repairs to Govt, buildings & fences, Victoria
Do.                       do.         New Westr.
Do.            ,         do.         Nanaimo ..
Do.                       do.         Yale	
Do.                       do.         Lytton	
Do.                      do.         Cariboo ...
Do.                       do.         Clinton	
Do.                       do.         Cassiar	
Do.                       do.         Kootenay..
XL—Revenue Service.
2,235 25
68
XII.—Public "Works.
15 42
412 25
61 80
61 32
75 00
38 34
350 00
24 30
8 00
2 13
10 00
26 41
61 66
742 39
Do.                       	
Do.                       	
Do.                       	
Do.                       	
Do.                             	
Do.                       	
Do.                       	
Do.                              	
Do.                              	
Do.                       	
Do.                       	
»
J Government House, Victoria.
Do.                       	
1,879 02
69
78 33
10 75
Do.                         	
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.
Victoria and Esquimalt Dist., Bridge repairs
Surveys.
89 08
2,631 90
70
71
48 18
575 64
Do.      "Sumass Dyking, Act, 1878,"
Graving Dock.
Do.                       	
623 82
72
92 60
2,700 00
772 59
41
Do.                       	
Do.                                     	
Do.                        	
XIIL—Miscellaneous.
3,565 50
73
1,647 63
166 50
375 00
124 01
632 69
77
103 00
530 05
78
Library, Legislative and Departmental	
Do.                     	
79
Do.                       	
80
Do.                       	
82
Do.                                      	
91
Do.                       	
93
Do.	
95
Do.                       	
3,579 65
$57,182 24
j.
iudit Office,
Wth December, 1880.
J. MoB. S]
VIITH,
Audit
or.
10* 138
Public Accounts.
1880
UNEXPENDED BALANCES OP APPEOPRIATIONS TO 30th JUNE, 1880,
EXTENDED TO  1880-81.
S1ATEMENT of Unexpended Balances to be carried forward to the Fiscal Year
1880-81, in accordance with the Act 42 Vic, chap. 33, sec. 2.
Vote.
Sub-Heads.
Service.
Balances.
Total.
49a
VIII.—Education.
$   300 00
68
Works and Buildings.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.
XII.—Public Works.
Balance of Appropriation (extended to 30th September).
Balance of Appropriation (extended to 30th September).
Do.                                            do.
Do.                                            do.
Do.                                            do.
Balance of Appropriation (extended to 30th September).
Do.                                            do.
XIIL—Miscellaneous.
Balance of Appropriation (extended to 30th September).
256 60
/
323 49
53 20
134 84
880 75
J
70 <
j
Graving Dock.
1,392 28
721
20,236 55
563 12
20,799 67
500 00
87
$23,247 45
Audit Office,
15th December, 1880.
J. McB. Smith,
Auditor.
VICTORIA: Printed by Richard Wolfenden, Government Printer,
at the Government Printing Office, James' Bay.

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