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 British Columbia.
PUBLIC    ACCOUNTS
FOE THE
FISCAL YEAR ENDED 30th JUNE, 4883.
Period from 1st July, 1882, to SOth June, 188S.
VICTORIA: Printed by Richard Wolfendbn, Government Printer,
at the Government Printing Office, James' Bay.
1883,  To the Honourable Clement Francis Cornwall,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia:
May it please Your Honour :
The undersigned has the honour to present the Public Accounts of British Columbia, for
the Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1883.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
JNO. ROBSON,
Minister of Finance.
Treasury Department,
Victoria, 10th November, 1883.  47 Vic. Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 80th June, 1883.
AuniT Office, Treasury,
10th November, 1888.
To the Honourable John Robson,
Minister of Finance.
The undersigned has the honour to present to you the Public Accounts to the 30th
June, 1883.
Respectfully submitted,
J. McB. SMITH,
Auditor.  47 Vic.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
PUBLIC   ACCOUNTS
FOR  THE
FISCAL  YEAR  ENDED   30TH  JUNE,   1883.
TABLE  OF   CONTENTS.
Page   8—       Debt Account:   The Dominion of Canada in account with the Province, for the Fiscal
Year ended 30th June, 1883.
8— Subsidy Account, for the Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1883.
8a-       Receipts  and Expenditure; a Comparative  Statement,   from  SOth July, 1871, to 30th
June, 1883.
9— Debentures outstanding under the British Columbia Loan Acts.
10— Sinking Fund and B. C. Loan Trustees' Account; Statements.
11— Balance Sheet or the Province of British Cclumbia.
12— Treasurer in Account with the Province of British Columbia.
12a-      District Returns of Revenue.
13— Expenditure: Summary.
14—16— Do. Recapitulation.
17—77—        Do. Detailed.
79—81—Appropriation and  Expenditure;  Statement showing Appropriation and Expenditure,
also sums unexpended and over-expended.
82—■       Unprovided   Items;   Statement of   Services   whose   Expenditures   have   exceeded their
Appropriation.
83—84—Lapsed Balances of Appropriations. 8
Public Accounts, 1st July
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Comparative Statement of the Receipts and Expenditure of the Province of British Columbia.
From the 20th July to 31st December, 1871, 1872,1873, 1874, 1875, 1876, 1877, 1878, 1st January to 30th June, 1879, 1879-80 1880-81, 1881-82, and 1882-83.
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 .
Provincial Revenue Tax	
School Tax	
Real Property Tax	
Personal Property Tax	
Income Tax	
Wild Land Tax	
Delinquency on Taxes	
2J per cent. Commission on Tax Sales	
Printing Office Receipts	
Supreme Court Fees	
County Court Fees	
Law Stamps	
Registry Fees	
Immigration Refunds	
Interest 	
Sumass Dyking Act, 1878, Refunds	
Victoria City Tax	
Real Estate Tax Redemption	
Revenue Service Refunds	
Road Tax 	
Survey Fees 	
Asylum for the Insane	
Sale of Consolidated Statutes	
Assessment Act Suspense Account	
Immigration	
Guarantee Premium Refunds	
Graving Dock	
Chinese Tax	
Bridge Tolls	
Interest on Investment of Sinking Funds	
Tax Sale Deeds	
1871.
20th July
to
31st Dec.
(six months)
#15,500 00
17,500 00
24,000 00
50,000 00
8,863 71
2,724 00
4,760 00
8,135 91
9,618 56
7,466 84
2,900 62
2,390 59
214 12
179 49
947 50
28,622 92
5,583 93
1,188 12
Dominion Government, advance on Graving- Dock account, 43 Vic, Cap.
Certificates No. 1, 2, 3, 4.
Deposits .■.	
British Columbia Loan Act, 1874	
 rny. Ool        1576	
Do. do.       1877	
42 Vic.; Chap. 28, Statutes of British Columbia  	
Dominion of Canada, 37 Vic, Chap. 17, sec. 2, Statutes of Canada, and
37 Vic, Chap. 1, sec. 1, Statutes of British Columbia	
Totals $
191,819 67
1872.
1st January
§31,000 00
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
4,269 22
6,079 76
2,225 l
1873.
1st January
8,377 50
7,552 50
44,410 00
10,097 16
5,431 16
1,671
2,121 54
1,626 71
455 00
714 44
1,949
239 45
i079'96
$39,147 22
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
10,636 99
7,235 43
1,630 79
1874.
1st January
31st Dec.
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
"i,7i9'83
950 79
6,891 I
42 75
' 18,096' 98
191,819 67
27 12
327,215 54
327,215 54
944 92
191,846 79  328,160 46
370,150 38
9,611 76
146,977 69
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
23,617 86
5,985 49
1875.
1st January
31st Dec.
1876.
1st January
31st Dec.
1877.
1st January
$42,029 09 $26,896 72
35,000 001 35,000 00
48,000 001 48,000 00
100,000 00 100,000 00
11,187 50
7,786 63
25,387 50
12,197 95
3,935 53
1,268 15
19,330 54
302 70
390 00
" i*ii7 60
2,558 42
1,892 72
147 15
j',068'78
1,665 30
372,417 51
372,417 51
5,449 99
189,150 00
567,017 50
19,417 84
4,995 70
855 00
8,762 50
7,009 00
26,926 27
11,644 56
5,082 35
1,170 12
10,978 55
248 73
1,478 01
1,032 63
7 23
' 17,386*77
8,022 91
351,240 92
351,240 92
12,507 24
58,000 00
16,749 7
5,059 41
230 75
10,037 50
7,669 00
29,190 69
12,098 44
3,607 ""
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
40 71
54 87
27 00
$25,093 56
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
22.119 79
5,414 45
217 50
1878.
1st January
10,087 50
6,909 00
26,896 50
11,345 03
4,338 48
843 19
9,750 47
131 50
535 00
29,070 66
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
1,634 96
381,119 92
6,192 48
32,850 00
86,000 00
506,162 40
408,348 29
3,761 08
20,000 00
4,500 00
727,500 00
$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
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
1879.
1st January
30th June,
'six months'
$12,546 78
17,500 00
24,000 00
50,000 00
26,034 45
1,689 44
462 50
30 00
1879-80.
1st July
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
241 38
1,236 45
527 20
2,036 24
309 00
2,664 79
1,499 61
28 88
35 70
5 75
307 36
991 19
15 72
55 00
78 75
43 50
117 00
430,785 !
430,785 99
4,226 01
1,164,109 37
45,500 00
15,690 00
10,640 89
11,494 56
569 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
70 00
413 31
20 00
80 80
213,057 74
213,057 74
*508 13
21 20
$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
25,301 10
2,811 00
59 2!
701 25
414 35
899 45
909 25
107
530 00
32,158 47
130 90
1880-81.
1st July
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
),907 91
390,907 91
1,576 74
$25,019 12
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
16,570 38
4,540 25
335 00
180 00
667 59
8,900 00
5,343 50
26,355 00
2,623 45
11 25
865 50
61 25
2,373 01
1,380 07
151 42
745 00
40,065 04
181 93
27,246 00
12,710 80
13,708 06
1,134 85
6,491 46
146 95
5 63
306 70
1,026 10
1.870 86
2.871 95
5,092 50
90 50
1,671 11
7 73
21 28
152 37
228 32
200 00
1,225 18
10 00
146 91
261 80
1,029 24
10 00
397,035 06
397,035 06
213,587 071  392,484 65
397,035 06
1881-82.
1st July
$24,366 33
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
19.178 28
3,927 00
321 15
20 00
75 00
472 00
6,982 50
4,426 50
21,452 50
4,518 00
10 00
808 25
4,510 78
1,468 56
6,608 21
1882-83.
1st July
30th June.
685 00
42,000 67
130 19
28,920 00
828 00
12,244 35
12,934 23
911 78
5,604 75
6 04
7
392 97
1,425 28
13 50
3,066 30
5,379 19
159 00
975 29
3,726 94
12 12
81 72
153 00
67 30
355 00
641 70
15 00
2 62
20 90
2,507 93
170 00
405,583 49
47,660 22
453,243 71
1,378 26
454,621 97
$ 24,995 66
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
26,034 57
2,916 50
310 00
25 00
125 00
593 38
6,625 00
3,430 50
18,665 00
5 00
2,929 25
977 75
229 90
1,277 78
11,618 95
45 48
835 00
39,728 29
125 12
47,613 00
12,263 94
13,554 43
927 55
5,162 92
774 92
1,356 03
2,847 80
7,582 87
238 50
572 85
93 02
19 75
13 13
462 50
448 56
15 00
13 50
4,125 98
3,098 77
130 00
425,808 15
425,808 15
EXPENDITURE.
II.-
III.-
IV.-
V,-
-PublicDebt:—
Interest 	
Sinking Fund "Loan Act, 1874," including Interest invested
Do.       (Trustees' account), "Loan Act, 1877,"	
Do. do. do.    Interest invested
Premium and Exchange	
Discount and Commission	
* Redemption of Debentures	
-Civil Government (Salaries)	
-Administration of Justice (Salaries)	
-Legislation	
-Public Institutions (Maintenance) :-
Assay Office	
Printing Office	
Lunatic Asylum	
VI.—Hospitals and Charities	
VII.—Administration of Justice (other than Salaries) :-
Administration of Justice	
Police and Gaols	
VIII.—Education
IX.
X.
XI.
XII.
-Transport	
Rent  	
Revenue Services .
Public Works :—
Works and Buildings	
Government House, Victoria	
Roads, Streets, and Bridges	
Surveys 	
Do.     Sumass Dyking Scheme	
** Graving Dock 	
Do. Contract No. 3 (42 Vic., c. 20).
XIII,—Miscellaneous Expenditure :—
Miscellaneous Expenditure	
Drawbacks and Refund of Duties .
Real Estate Tax Redemption	
Immigration	
Royal Commission (Texada)	
Municipalities	
t Indian Commission 	
t Kootenay Royal Commission  ...
Allowances   	
Office Contingencies 	
Pensions, Gratuities, &c	
Deposits repaid  	
Sinking Fund (Trustees' Account) Loan of 1377, Interest invested ,
Dominion Savings Bank, Interest invested	
* Redemption.
British Columbia Loan Act, 1874 	
Totals.
1871.
20th July
to
31st Dec.
(six months)
$ 2,873 96
33,234 64
3,938 61
2,767 85
9,889 55
2,578 06
2,632 03
117 62
712 88
2,858 13
21,234 70
32,676 22
412 25
1,601 66
20 00
143 65
97,691 81
$ 97,691 81
1872.
1st January
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
31st Dec
$     688 48
77,281 99
11,991 66
4,111 51
14,045 63
6,611 45
25,074 52
1,471 63
100,601 11
11,371 49
42,949 13
6,948 92
2,032 31
300 00
372,618 64
8,299 98
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
12,067 67
6,234 11
21,393 11
38,908 30
5,678 63
344 50
5,532 02
290,354 40
32,202 55
3,494 56
1,451 18
583,355
925 68
584,281 57
1875.
1st January
31st Dec
$ 8,853 50
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
5,735 44
44 00
10,000 00
614,658 89
1,217 65
213,400 00
829,276 54
1876.
1st January
31st Dec
$ 14,943 93
see below *
91,190 07
. 16,997 14
773 58
1,912 43
9,926 93
14,214 80
7,889 60
18,083 56
44,506 11
3,101 09
274 20
7,178 02
46,174 04
289,980 44
14,302 39
2,140 00
150 00
5,250 00
2,108 70
728,310 01
1,799 95
66,600 00
796,709 96
1877.
1st January
31st Dec
$ 40,674 88
"7,275*66
1 36,375 00
93,442 16
15,671 47
531 20
1,433 63
9,357 55
8,268 31
25,891 05
47,129 63
3,231 19
229 20
9,457 31
40,396 75
205,891 41
18,825 33
443 11
40,142 44
55,806 I
2,240 00
7,750*66
685,046 34
13,298 40
698,344 74
1878.
1st January
31st Dec
I 52,072 94
543 00
14,550 00
488 60
65,500 00
89,338 40
28,454 39
776 48
2,144 29
10,168 65
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*66
"'841*55
514,878 83
4,091 35
518,970 18
1879.
1st January
to
30tii June,
(six months)
$ 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
188,361 70
1879-80.
1st July
30th June.
$48,235 00
543 00
14,550 00
see below.
832 50
842 93
20,000 00
40,948 63
44,343 04
12,990 59
754 66
672 86
6,466 72
17,853 62
37,115 53
46,751 12
3,718 28
48 50
7,499 65
8,405 39
372 79
97,697 07
131 00
1,895 36
14,018 78
19,887 97
446,574 99
8,013 74
2,383 17
54 36
1st July
to
30th June.
$47,010 00
543 00
14,550 00
see below.
617 64
243 19
41,468 27
44,620 34
12,775 45
579 89
1,780 49
6.213 59
29,133 27
47,157 07
1,651 05
84 50
7,519 96
11,308 52
700 00
67,339 26
565 75
1,929 75
4,297 82
20,777 00
378,778 69
48 45
379,789 74
1881-82.
1st July
30th June.
$45,473 89
619 48
14,550 00
2,431 45
240 00
488 97
20,000 00
42,626 46
47,166 54
13,320 45
443 90
1,305 30
5,170 52
15,823 94
21,837 02
49,265 24
1,843 28
822 50
3,978 38
18,270 78
4,072 35
76,915 82
696 99
300 00
19,151 03
48,596 27
19,017 6^
474,428 23
63 56
474,491 79
1882-83.
1st July
30th June.
$ 46,946 51
543 00
14,550 00
3,098 77
173 26
483 44
5,500 00
44,088 82
46,380 49
17,382 80
559 77
1,379 46
5,862 51
17,147 25
31,046 15
50,823 62
1,679 99
773 50
3,973 70
21,313 35
7,620 48
112,258 77
956 11
50,836 91
80,690 33
28,032 93
594,101 92
594 101 92
** Graving Dock in 1872, $3,752 19, expenses for preliminary survey, advertising, &c, brought to account in Works and Buildings Expenditure.
Do. 1873,  2,715 35,      do. do. do. do. ($215.35) in Works and Buildings, and ($2,500) in Miscellaneous,
t Indian Commission in 1877, $11,405 77, brought to account in Miscellaneous Expenditure.
Do. 1878,    2,170 55 do. do.
Do. 1879,       550 00 do. do.
j Kootenay Royal Commission, 1879, $142 92.    do. do.
5[ This item ($36,375) being 4 per cent, discount on Loan of 1877 for £150,000 $29,100 00
1      „       commission to Bank B. C. on „            7,275 00
$36,375 00
is charged to "Miscellaneous Expenditure" in the Ledger, but was omitted in the Account Current and Detailed Statements for 1877
as published. The amount of the Loan for 1877 is entered in the Account Current for that year as $691,125, instead of $727,500, and
"Miscellaneous Services" at $55,806.83, instead of $92,181.83, as entered in the Ledger; Discount and Commission, $36,375, having
been left out.
The following Expenditure in connection with the Loan of 1877, is also charged to "Miscellaneous Services" of that year, as
3 Of B, C. Loan, viz. :—
Exchange on drafts $938 00
Payment of services, H. H. Hughes    131 25
Expenses and do.,     T. L. Stahlschmidt 4 2,572 43
3,641 68
Telegrams ...,,.,.... ,,.,,...!...•. • 1,001 67
♦ZJST5
Ja*. Judson Young,
Deputy Treasurer, Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
RETURN showing Debentures outstanding under the British Columbia Loan Acts,
on the 30th June, 1883.
Debentures Outstanding, Loan, 1874.
Date of issue on
Debentures.
Bate issued from
Treasury.
Numbers.
Denomination.
Amount.
25th October, 1875.
1st January, 1877.
95 and 96
2 <a 810,000
$ 20,000 00
Debentures Outstanding under Loan Act, 1877.
Date of issue.
Number (inclusive).
Denomination.
1st July, 1877.
(       1 to  500
\    501 to 1000
500 @ £100
500 @ £200
£ 50,000 \„ a.QK
£100;000|@M85 =
. 727,500 00
Debentures Outstanding, issued under "Loan Act, 1881."
Date of issue.
Rate.
Number.
Denomination.
1st November, 1882.
Par.
1 to 25
25 @ 8500
12,500 00
Total	
$760,000 00
Treasury,
10th November, 1888.
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.
8 543 00
June         30,1S79	
13 47
543 00
June         30,    ,,    	
40 89
30, 1881	
543 00
30,    „    	
48 45
543 00
June        30,1882	
76 48
543 00
June         30, 1883	
51 56
* §2,945 85
* Of this amount tho sum of 82,000.29 was drawn out 1st November, 1882, and appropriated as follows —
82,000 invested in B. il. Debentures "Loan Act, 1881," Nos. 1 to 4 inclusive, each 8500, and 29 cents on hand to be
re-deposited.
Trea,
10th November, 1883,
J. Jtjdsojt Ycung,
Deputy Treasurer, 10
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
Statement of the sums paid to the Trustees " British Columbia Loan Act, 1877,"
(40 Vic, Chap. 20), on account of Sinking Fund, from 1st July, 1877, to 30th
June, 1883, with interest accruing therefrom.
Bate.
Particulars.
Amount.
§7,275 00
7,275 00
May           13, 1878	
7,275 00
April           9, 1879	
7,275 00
June         30,   ,,   	
508 13
7,275 00
503 39
March        22, 1880	
598 36
„             30,   „   	
7,275 00
June          30,   „   	
891 39
7,275 00
March        31, 1881	
7,275 00
980 79
7,275 00
1,130 24
March        31,1882	
7,275 00
June          30,   ,,   	
1,301 21
7,275 00
1,453 18
March        31, 1883	
7,275 00
1,594 03
896,260 72
Treasury,
10th Noveml
er, 1883.
J. Judson Young,
Deputy Treasurer.
Statement of the Sinking Fund, shewing the amount invested by the Trustees "British
Columbia Loan Act, 1877 " (40 Vic, Chap. 20), as brought to account to the 30th
June, 1883.
Date.
Particulars.
Amount.
April           6,1878	
Canada Debentures 5
do.
do.                  i
do.   •
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Victoria, Australia
8 7,027 65
6,968 25
July          26,   „   	
„            30,   ,	
453 47
January    30,1879	
7,667 8-j
do.      	
7,904 89
January      2,1880
June           30,    ,	
do.
7,853 36
do.
8,172 85
„              30,1881	
do.
7,547 81
do	
9,275 62
June          30,1882	
do	
8,196 50
do.
8,750 00
June           30,1883	
do	
8,697 26
883,515 51
Treasury,
10th November, 1883.
J. Judson Young,
Deputy Treasurer.
Statement  of Expenses   paid by the Trustees " British Columbia  Loan Act,   1877,"
(40 Vic, Chap. 20), in connection with the investment of sums remitted to them.
Date.
Particulars.
Amount.
May             9, 1878	
8      50
December 31,1879	
76 38
March        22, 1880	
20 61
do	
20 01
June          30,1881	
do	
18 19
December 31,    ,,   	
do	
21 82
June          30,1882	
do      	
19 40
do	
20 62
June         30,1883	
do	
21 82
S 219 95
Treasury,
10th November, 1883,
Judson Young,
Deputy Treasurer, 47 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882 to 30th June, 1883.
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The Treasurer in  Account Current with the Province of British  Columbia.
FOR   THE   YEAR   ENDED   30TH   JUNE,   1883.
Heads of Receipts.
Fiscal Year,
1st July, 1882,
TO
30th June, 1883.
Dominion of Canada:—
Yearly payment of Interest 	
i)o. Subsidy	
Do. Grant per capita	
Do. for Lands conveyed in trust for Railway purposes
Land Sales	
,,    Revenue	
Rents (exclusive of Land)	
,,     (Pastoral Leases)	
,,     (Ferries) ,
„     (Timber T
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 .
Provincial Revenue Tax	
Real Property Tax	
Personal Property Tax	
Income Tax	
Wild Land Tax	
Tax Sale Deeds	
Printing- Office Receipts	
Supreme Court (Probate Fees) 	
Law Stamps »	
Registry Fees 	
Immigration Refunds	
Interest 	
Survey Fees	
Real Estate Tax Redemption    	
Asylum for the Insane	
Guarantee Premium Refunds...   	
Revenue Service (Refunds)	
Sale of Consolidated Statutes	
Road Tax 	
Interest on Investment of Sinking Fund	
Graving Dock Receipts	
Total Receipts of Revenue
Personal Accounts^
Bank of British Columbia, Special Deposit ..
Account Current, Bank of British Columbia.
British Columbia, Loan Act, 1881	
Bank of British Columbia, London  	
British Columbia Loan Trustees	
The Corporation of the City of Victoria	
Deposits.
Dominion Savings Bank	
Dominion Savings Bank, Loan 1874	
J. B. Henderson, Contractor, Sections 1 and 2, Trunk Road .
W. A. Johnston, ,, ,,        5 and 6, ,,
F. Hussey, Collector, Lytton.
T. McK. Lambly,      ,, Okanagan	
J. C. Haynes, ,, Osoyoos	
J. Clapperton, ,, Nicola	
W. M. Dingwall,      ,, Comox ,	
E. Duncan, ,, Comox	
H. Fry, ,, Cowichan	
C. Phair, ,, Lillooet	
J.E.White, „ Skeena	
Geo. Kenney, ,, Omineca	
J. F. Allison, ,, Similkameen	
R. Jones, ,, Victoria 	
S. Bakes, ,, ,,        	
W. K. Bull, „ „	
C. C. McKenzie, Superintendent of Education	
E. G. Prior    :	
M. Finnerty 	
The Hon. the Provincial Secretary	
C. Todd, Superintendent of Police, Victoria	
Thos. Elwyn, Deputy Provincial Secretary	
H. B. W. Aikman, Registrar-General of Titles	
Thomas Harris, Registrar under Marriage Ordinances	
The Hon. the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works	
The Hon. the Attorney-General	
J. C. Prevost, Registrar, Supreme Court, Victoria Judicial District .
Cash in hands of Deputy Treasurer, 1st July, 1882 .
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
J. C. Hughes, Sub-Accountant, New Westminster, 1st July, 1882.
W. Fernie, do. Kootenay, do.
J. Bowron, do. Cariboo, do.
G. C. Tunstall, do. Kamloops, do.
M. Bray, do. Nanaimo, do.
F. Soues, do. Clinton, do.
A. W. Vowell, do. Cassiar, do.
£ 24,995 66
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
26,034 57
2,916 50
310 00
25 00
125 00
593 38
6,625 00
3,430 50
18,665 00
5 00
2,929 25
977 75
229 90
1,277 78
11,618 95
45 48
835 00
39,728 29
125 12
47,613 00
12,263 94
13,554 43
927 55
5,162 92
130 00
774 92
1,356 03
2,847 80
7,582 87
238 50
572 85.
462 50
93 02
448 56
13 50
19 75
15 00
13 13
3,098 77
4,125 98
425,808 15
60,000 00
539,753 09
12,500 00
3,205 02
42 44
1,211 01
1,092 17
10,500 44
2,000 29
32,027 70
7,878 81
9,553 28
11,630 51
691 35
976 81
27 00
650 21
2,727 24
416 85'
401 00
425 00
40 00
19,906 36
78 00
5,295 00
241 75
1 00
2 00
2,076-00
3,495 05
1,291 17
6,323 21
455 00
21,249 82
775 00
3,434 70
5,836 42
170 04
81
1,339 61
1,688 08
1,228 11
134 49
11 94
Heads of Expenditure.
I.—Public Debt :—
Interest $ 46,946 51
Sinking Fund (Dominion Savings Bank) Loan Act, 1874  543 00
,,           (Trustees' account), Loan Act, 1877   14,550 00
Accrued Interest on Sinking Fund invested  3,098 77
Premium and Exchange  .     173 26
Discount and Commission  483 44
Redemption  5,500 00
IL—Civil Government (Salaries)	
III.—Administration of Justice (Salaries) .
IV.—Legislation	
V.—Public Institutions (maintenance):—
Assay Office	
Printing Office	
Asylum for the Insane	
559 77
1,379 46
5,862 51
VI.—Hospitals and Charities	
VII.—Administration of Justice (other than Salaries) .
VIII.—Education	
IX.—Transport	
X.—Rent	
XI.—Revenue Services	
Fiscal Year,
1st July, 1882.
to
30th June, 1883.
XII.—Public Works :—
Works and Buildings  	
Government House, Victoria	
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.
Surveys 	
Graving Dock	
Do.        Contract No. 3	
XIII.—Miscellaneous Expenditure.
Total Expenditure....
Personal Accounts.
Bank of British Columbia, Special Deposit . .
Account Current, Bank of British Columbia.
The Vancouver Land and Railway Company.
Bank of British Columbia, London	
Investments	
Corporation of the City of Victoria	
Deposits.
Dominion Savings Bank	
Japanese Government	
Columbia and Kootenay Railway and Transportation CO ....
J. B. Henderson, Contractor, Sections 1 and 2, Trunk Road .
,, ,, ,,       5 and 6, ,,
F  Hussey, Collector, Lytton.
T. McK. Lambly,        ,, Okanagan	
J. C. Haynes, ,, Osoyoos :	
J. Clapperton, ,, Nicola	
W. M. Dingwall, late ,, Comox	
E. Duncan, ,, (Jomox    	
H. Fry, ,, Cowichan	
C. Phair, ,, Lillooet	
J. E. White, „ Skeena	
Geo. Kenney, ,, Omineca	
J. F. Allison, ,, Smilkameen	
R. Jones, ,, Victoria	
S. Bakes. ,, ,,        	
W. K. Bull, „ „      	
C. C. McKenzie, Superintendent of Education, Victoria	
E. G. Prior «	
J. Finnerty	
The Hon. Provincial Secretary    	
C. Todd, Superintendent of Police, Victoria	
T. H. Giffin, Toll Collector, Cassiar 	
Thos. Elwyn, Deputy Provincial Secretary, Victoria	
H. B. W. Aikman, Registrar General of Titles	
Thomas Harris, Registrar under Marriage Ordinances 	
The Hon. the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works	
The Hon. the Attorney-General	
J. C. Prevost, Registrar, Supreme Court, Victoria Judicial District.
W. Dewdney, Sub-Accountant, Yale, on 1st July, 1882.	
Cash in hands of Deputy Treasurer on 30th June, 1883	
Do.
J. C. Hughes, Si
ib-Accoun
ant, New West
Do.
J. Bowron,
do.
Cariboo,
Do.
W. Dewdney,
do.
Yale,
Do.
G. C. Tunstall,
do.
Kamloops,
Do.
F. Soues,
do.
Clinton,
Do.
M. Bray,
do.
Nanaimo,
Do.
A. W. Vowell,
do.
Cassiar,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
: 71,294 98
44,088 82
46,380 49
17,382 80
7,801 74
17,147 25
31,046 15
50,823 62
1,679 99
773 50
3,973 70
21,313 35
7,620 48
112,258 77
956 11
50,836 91
80,690 33
28,032 93
$ 594,101 92
50,000 00
375,219 30
10,000 00
'     3,818 18
12,500 00
746 23
1,671 94    ■
83 13
196 25
286 66
32,027 70
7,878 81
10,723 30
11,135 64
255 00
987 44
39 00
650 21
2,720 55
531 50
401 00
425 00
40 00
19,906 36   ,
78 00
5,295 00
275 00
1 00
2 00
2,176 00
3,495 05
07
1,291 17
6,323 21
455 00
21,228 32
775 00
3,434 70
111 68
9,790 26
1,396 20
1,363 40
618 65
1,460 28
2,143 11
291 3S
302 33
$ 1,198,651 93
Examined and found Correct.
J. McB. SMITH,
Auditor.
10th November, 1883.
J. JUDSON YOUNG,
Deputy   Treasurer. 12  A.
REVENUE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR, ENDING
30th JUNE,  1883.
Return of Revenue Collected
AND   BROUGHT   TO   ACCOUNT   AT   TREASURY, FROM   1ST  JULY,   18821,   TO   30TH   JuN^E,   1883.
•
Heads of Receipt.
Received
from
sundry
sources
at
Treasury.
Victoria j
City.
Victoria
District.
Esquimalt j
District.
Cowichan j
District.
Nanaimo
District.
!
Comox
District.
j
New Westminster
City.
New Westminster
District.
Yale District.                                            ]   Lillooet District.
Kootenay
District.
Cariboo District.
Cassiar
District.
Skeena
and
Coast,
Total.
Yale.
;   Osoyoos
Lytton.          and
Rock Ck.
Nicola.     Kamloops  Okanagan
Lillooeij.  |   Clinton.
Cariboo.
Omineca.
Dominion of Canada :—
Yearly payment of Interest     $24,995 66
Do.              Subsidy       35,000 00
Do.             Grant per capita       48,000 00
207,995 66
Do.             for Lands conveyed     100,000 00
207,995 66
26,034 57
9 916 50
1,185 00
86 00
209 75
22 00
40 00
3,060 00
165 00
1,359 50
150 00
1,617^37
27 00
5,815 45
441 00
1,136 00
151 00
1,771 00
190 50
7,414 00
178 00
720 DO
20 bo
1,000 00
27 50
166 00
141 00
100 00
624 50
40 00
495 00
"44656
31 00
2 00
270 00
165 00
310 00
,,     (Ferries)	
25 00
100 00
25 00
125 00
,,     (Pastoral Leases)	
25 00
,,     (Timber Leases)	
97 77
70 69
424 92
5 00
593 38
105 00
47 50
290 00
280 00
5 00
20 00
240 00
117 50
5,312 50
331 75
40 00
37 50
1,375 00
222 25
70 00
10 00
215 00
80 00
12 50
10 00
7 50
180 00
85 DO
465 00
157 50
1,085 00
70 00
705 00
200 00
575 00
59 00
3,535 00
2,048 00
2,730 00
160 00
185 00
80 00
1,105 00
607 50
1,110 00
50 00
* 155 66
106 50
6,625 00
3 430 50
910 00
1,345 66
260 00i        722 50
75 00
37 25
1,210 00
452 00
760 00
9*7K nn
18,665 00
2,929 25
5 00
Fines, Forfeitures and Fees 	
1 00
987 50
332 00
Fees of Office	
Assay Office Fees	
977 75
24 00
977 75
Sale of Government Property   ,	
173 90
205 05
11,535 72
2 00
30 00
229 90
746 23
22 75
25 50
303 75
50
1,277 78
11,618 95
835 00
39,728 29
125 12
Miscellaneous Receipts	
8 73
15 00
	
5 00
3 25
30 00
32,217 41
10 00
5 00
10
10
00
00
20 00
10 00
5,675 71
25
455 00
125 00
165 00
10 00
10 00
Road Tolls	
1,835 17
Arrears, Real Estate Tax, (1865-66)	
2 81
21 82
95 53
4 96
985 53
Real Property Tax	
3,198 05      1,949 08
472 73;        117 50
160 84
98 35
2 50
14 50
;        377 13
1,298 83
294 27
720 98
1,041 99
7 80
88 35
25
440 48
316 00
442 18
360 56
619 36
522 18
858 07
695 55
666 12
640 75
16 31
51 40
9 00
507 78
778 70
45 02
16 00
50
23 20
124 00
12,263 94
13,554 43
927 55
Personal Property Tax ;	
6,879 17
755 63
763 08;          42 60
80 10  	
67 48!          41 48
355 60
Income Tax	
27 50 	
 ;    1,900 61
Wild Land Tax	
859 75!        295 20
17 90
7 70
276 80
362 35
1,214 80
5 162 92
Printing Office Receipts	
762 42
1,234 70
45 48
9 75
2 00
12 00
774 92
Supreme Court Fees (Probate)	
Sale of School Books     	
109 33
1,356 03
45 48
7,582 87
238 50
572 85
19 75
462 50
448 56
Registry Fees	
6,323 2i
::;::::;;; ::::::::;;
31 00
1,094 36
25 00
40 50
2 00
3
00
25 25
2 00
30 55
6 00
238 50
560 28
"*"i2*57
Interest 	
Revenue Service (Refunds)	
17 50
2 00
37 50
25
Survev Fees	
225 00
40 00
80 00
80 00
Asylum for the Insane	
448 56
15 00
1..,
Sale of Consolidated Statutes	
 ,.,.	
1
15 00
13 13
93 02
Road Tax (arrears)	
!
13 13
Real Estate Tax Redemption	
45 98
6 29           40 75
 [   , .
Interest on Investments of Sinking Fund	
3,098 77
1,640 35
i
3,098 77
2,847 80
130 00
Law Stamps	
150 60
488 35
133 50
60 30
150 40
55 30
114 75
54 25
Tax Sale Deeds '
10 00;        110 00
10 00
	
Graving Dock Receipts    	
4,125 98
4,125 98
47,613 00
13 50
Provincial Revenue Tax .. ..'	
7,329 00
1,521 00|     1,755 00
630 00
3,828 00]        228 00
1,359 00
!     4.941 00
18.636 00
489 00
177 00
612 00
351 00
1,218 00
417 00
3,060 00
729 00
333 00
Guarantee Premium Refunds	
13 50
%
I                     j
233,093 37    22,537 03
8,270 64      6,104 83
4,496 61
9,377 00      2,445 83
3,903 39
,   17,038 78    60,193 53
3,010 43
500 00
987 44
5,492 24
10,148 47
1,123!00
12,330 93
2,366 96
14.717 55
425 00
6,179 12
1,066 00
$425,808 15
■
Memo.—The item of $10,000 forfeited by the Vancouver Land and Railway Company, under Act, 45 Vic, chap. 15, sec. 17, is included in miscellaneous receipts.
Audit Office,
10th November, 1883.
J. McB. SMITH,
Auditor. 47 Vic.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
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EXPENDITURE.
SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURE FOR THE FISCAL  YEAR
ENDED   30TH   JUNE,   1883.
[Period   from   1st   July,   1882,   to   30th   June,   1883.]
SERVICE.
I.—Public Debt	
II.—Civil Government (Salaries)	
III.—Administration of Justice (Salaries)	
IV.—Legislation	
V.—Public Institutions (Maintenance)	
VI.—Hospitals and Charities	
YII.—Administration of Justice (other than Salaries)	
VIII.—Education	
IX.—Transport 	
X.—Rent	
XI.—Revenue Services	
XII.—Public Works :—
Works and Buildings	
Government House, Victoria	
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves	
Surveys	
Graving Dock	
Do.        Contract No. 3 (42 Vic, chap. 20).
XIII.—Miscellaneous	
Total .
Arrears.
3 25
194 55
784 13
66 50
198 47
190 74
38 00
1,539 53
79 00
5 00
1,943 58
$ 5,042 75
Total
Expenditure.
S 71,294 98
44,088 82
46,380 49
17,382 80
7,801 74
17,147 25
31,046 15
50,823 62
1,679 99
773 50
3,973 70
21,313- 35
7,620 48
112,258 77
956 11
50,836 91
$ 594,101 92
Audit Office,
10th November, 188S.
J, McB. SMITH,
Auditor. 14
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
EXPENDITURE.
recapitulation of expenditure for the fiscal year
ended 30th june, 1883.
[Period, From 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.]
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Arrears,    expenditure      Total.
I.—Public Debt.
Interest 	
Sinking Fund	
Premium and Exchange	
Discount and Commission	
Redemption	
II.—Civil Government (Salaries).
Lieutenant-Governor's Office	
Provincial Secretary and Minister of Mines' Department	
do. Printing Branch	
Treasury Department	
Lands and Works Department	
Attorney-General's       do	
Land Registry Office	
Legislation	
Registration of Voters	
Assay Office	
Asylum for the Insane	
Revenue Services	
Temporary departmental assistance	
III.—Administration of Justice (Salaries).
Supreme Court (Victoria Judicial District)	
Sheriffs	
County Court	
Police and Gaols, Victoria	
do. Esquimalt	
do. New Westminster	
do. do. District	
do. Kootenay	
do. Cariboo	
do. Cassiar	
do. Yale and Lytton	
do. Kamloops	
do. Nanaimo	
do. Lillooet District	
IV.—Legislation.
Indemnity to Members	
Mileage	
Registration of Voters (other than Salaries)	
Expenses of Elections	
Contingent Fund, Telegrams, etc	
Journals and Statutes binding	
V.—Public Institutions (Maintenance).
Assay Office, Cariboo  	
Printing Office, Victoria	
Asylum for the Insane, New Westminster	
VI.—Hospitals and Charities.
Hospital, Victoria	
do.     New Westminster	
do.     Cariboo	
do.     Nanaimo	
do.     allowance, Cassiar	
In aid of destitute poor and sick	
Hospital allowance, medicines, &c	
VII.—Administration of Justice (other than Salaries).
Summoning and paying Jurors and Witnesses	
Prosecutions and Interpreters	
Expenses of Inquests	
Keep of Prisoners	
Rents	
Carried forward..,,	
. 26
13 25
40 00
J 46,946 51
18,191 77
173 26
483 44
5,500 00
1,185 83
4,404 00
5,925 33
6,600 00
5,886 00
4,800 00
3,150 33
1,050 00
375 00
1,200 00
0,019 00
2,193 33
1,300 00
2,400 00
1,499 92
900 00
7,241 96
720 00
8,072 00
882 00
1,404 00
5,146 57
5,611 62
4,142 50
1,200 00
4,939 92
2,220 00
8,890 00
2,989 60
47 50
3,972 75
585 30
897 75
559 77
1,379 46
5,862 51
5,000 00
4,750 00
4,000 00
2,000 00
103 37
1,205 89
87 99
5,217 50
2,764 75
728 05
12,375 02
393 40
71,294 98
44,088 82
46,380 49
17,382 80
7,801 74
17,147 25
S 56 50
21,498 72  204,096 08 47 Vic.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
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VII.—Administration of Justice (other than Salaries).—Concluded.
Special Constables	
Transport of Prisoners and Constables	
Miscellaneous	
VIII.—Education.
Education Office	
Victoria City District	
Victoria District	
Esquimalt District	
Cowichan District	
Nanaimo District	
Comox District	
New Westminster City District	
New Westminster District	
Hope-Yale District	
Lillooet District	
Cariboo District	
IX.—Transport.
Freight on Remittances	
Travelling expenses of Officers on duty	
Keep of Horses	
X.—Rent.
Government House, Victoria	
Temporary residence for Lieutenant Governor	
XL—Revenue Services.
( Commission   82,285 58
) Courts of Appeal        277 00
) Travelling Expenses        981 15
( Miscellaneous        399 00
C. Loat, Services Collecting School Tax	
XII.—Public Works.
Works and Buildings.
Repairs to Government Buildings and Fences, Victoria	
do. do. do. New Westminster .
do. do. do. Nanaimo	
do. do. do. Yale District	
do. do. do. Cariboo District...
do. do. do. Kootenay	
do. do. do. Cassiar	
do. do. do. Lillooet District...
Repairs to Asylum for the Insane, New Westminster	
Victoria Gaol	
Nanaimo Court House	
Fencing to Hospital Grounds, Nanaimo	
Improvement, Government Reserves  	
Construction, Government Buildings, Cariboo	
Boat House, Nanaimo :	
Fencing, &c, School Reserve, Victoria	
Furniture, Government Offices	
Insurance of Government Buildings	
Public School, Victoria .
Arrears.
§56 50
South Saanich	
Maple Ridge	
Surrey	
Chilliwhack	
Esquimalt	
Prairie	
Denman Island	
Lillooet	
Williams Lake	
Repairs to Nanaimo School fencing.
Public School, New Westminster...
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Government House.
114    Miscellaneous.
Repairs to Building..
Furniture	
Fencing	
Water	
Fuel and Light	
Improving Grounds .
Gardener .
Carried  forward.
157 24
EXPENDITURE
00
1,475 64
21,498 72
69 00
3,075 00
27 60
5,652 71
44 70
819 72
638 00
3,139 87
29 50
11,129 42
15 63
4,579 6S
2,020 65
2,735 27
64 00
6,834 7e
1,062 47
3,193 15
43 75
7,504 94
20 25
5,079 70
3 00
1,517 50
70 00
2,026 31
62 92
66 50
1,466 66
150 41
48 60
725 00
127 00
40 50
3,942 73
30 97
30 97
1,021 16
187 92
96 25
30 30
195 70
200 00
87 00
248 98
65 25
86 08
1,000 00
499 97
409 84
5,000 00
155 43
405 00
970
1,866 71
5,898 03
313 00
747 00
487 00
109 34
150 00
60 00
50 00
25 60
75 00
477 00
345 00
Total.
1,418 24
3,339 89
75 00
656 40
915 17
379 98
600 00
335 80
204,096 I
31,046 16
50,8
16,79 99
773 50
3,973 70
21,313 35
7,620 48
321,326 87 16
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
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Brought forward	
XII.—Public Works.—Concluded.
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.
Victoria District	
Esquimalt District	
Victoria and Esquimalt District, Bridge Repairs	
Bridge at the Gorge	
Cowichan District	
Nanaimo District	
Comox District including Denman Island	
Comox Wharf, Repairs	
New Westminster District	
Trunk Road, Ladner's to Hope	
Coquitlam River Bridge	
Yale District	
Lillooet District	
Cariboo District	
Kootenay District	
Cassiar District	
Omineca Trail	
Ross Bay Road	
Main Trunk Road	
In aid of Savona Ferry -.	
In aid of Lillooet Ferry 	
Skeena River to Omineca	
Surveys.
Surveys throughout the Province	
Graving Dock—Esquimalt.
Graving Dock, Construction	
Kinipple & Morris, Resident Engineer's Salary	
Insurance	
Miscellaneous	
Contract No. 3	
XIII.—Miscellaneous.
Advertising	
Stationery	
Postage	
Telegrams	
Fuel and Light.	
Library, Legislative and Departmental	
Refunds	
Premium on Guarantee Bonds	
Allowance to Officer, Kootenay, for horse hire, travelling, wood, light, &e
Fire Department, Victoria	
Do. Nanaimo	
Do. New Westminster	
Do. Cariboo	
Do. Yale ■.	
Agricultural Societies	
Telephone Service	
Explorations	
British Columbia Agricultural Association	
Miscellaneous not detailed in Estimates	
Reception of the Governor-General	
Remuneration to Commissioners on Kootenay Commission	
Expenses for care of small-pox patients quarantined on Seabird Island ..
J. Rodello, bounty for destruction of Wolves and Panthers in 1878	
Immigration—Cost of Pamphlets and Maps, Agents' Salaries, &c	
Counsel employed in Canada re Thrasher case	
Total	
Arrears.
$ 1,475 64
3 25
265 83
43 87
1,176 33
79 00
252 50
3 00
3 50
70 45
750 00
715 00
5,042 75
EXPENDITURE
4,240 13
2,835 46
602 79
1,196 00
2,278 59
4,298 45
1,446 71
440 12
6,259 34
1,034 88
1,600 00
4,899 14
4,443 20
5,000 03
1,775 41
1,702 27
585 50
350 00
64,517 30
1,475 88
797 57
480 00
47,282 25
2,187 00
664 75
702 91
2,574 75
2,138 86
1,606 59
1,197 66
1,852 15
303 00
606 78
454 50
200 00
1,500 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
238 65
1,442 81
1,000 00
3,397 58
1,534 75
750 00
400 00
715 00
2,869 85
750 00
321,326 87
112,258 77
956 11
50,836 91
80,690 33
28,032 93
$ 694,101 92
Audit Office,
10th November, 1883.
J. McB. SMITH,
Auditor. 47 Vic.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
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DETAILED   EXPENDITURE.
STATEMENT showing the Expenditure, as brought to account in the Treasury Department,
on account of the Province of British Columbia, for the Fiscal Year ended 30th June,
1883.
[Period, prom 1st July 1882, to 30th June, 1883.]
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
Bank of B. C, London...
Various persons ■!
Bank of British Columbia
for B. C. Loan Trustees
B. C. Loan Trustees
I.—PUBLIC DEBT.
Vote No. 1.—Interest.
12 months' interest, at 6 per cent., on 8727,500, 40 Vic, Chap. 20.
10 days' interest, at      7      do. 5,500, 42 Vic, Chap. 28.
12 months' interest, at 7     do. 20,000, 37 Vic, Chap. 21.
Interest on overdrawn account, from 1st January to 30th June, IS
Vote No. 2.—Sinking Fund.
Bank of British Columbia 1 per cent, on 8727,500, 40 Vic, c. 20, payable in London, 1st July 1882
Do. do. do. do. lstJan.,188S
Accrued interest on investments of Sinking Fund, 40 Vic, Chap. 20.
re-invested in London, £628 5s. 10d., @ 84.85	
Annual payment on 820,000, 37 Vic, Chap. 21, payable 31st Dec, 1882
Accrued annual interest on Sinking Fund Deposits, 37 Vic, Chap. 21.
Vote No. 3.—Premium and Exchange.
Exchange on drafts to London for Sinking Fund, 40 Vic, Chap. 20 ...
Vote No. 4.—Discount and Commission.
Commission on payment of coupons, 40 Vic, Chap. 20	
Brokerage in London on investment of Sinking Fund, 40 Vic, Chap. 20
Vote No. 5.—Redemption.
Debentures redeemed, 42 Vic, Chap. 28, Numbers3,19, 29, 30, 32, 49
51, 52, 73, 90, and 91 ,
Dominion Savings Bank
Do. do.
Bank of British Columbia
Bank of B. C, London.
London Brokers	
Various persons..
Capt. R. G. Tatlow.
P. J. Smith	
J. Riordan 	
Do	
Hon. T. B. Humphreys.
Hon. W. J. Armstrong .
T. Elwyn	
D. Deasy	
R. Wolfenden ..
G. Williams ....
R. Butler 	
R. Holloway....
F. Shakespeare .
J. Davies	
H. Murray .
Hon. R. Beaven
Hon. J. Robson.
J. J. Young ....
J. McB. Smith ..
II.-CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).
Vote No. 6.—Lieutenant-Governor's Office.
Private Secretary, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883, @ 875 per month
Messenger, 1st to 15th July, 1882, 25       „
Do.        15th July to 31st August, 1882, 25
Do.       18th September, 1882, to 30th June, 1883,       25      .,
Vote No. 7.—Provincial Secretary and Minister of Mines.
Provincial Secretary, 1st July to 22nd August, 1882, @ $250 per month
Do. 23rd Aug., 1882, to 29 Jan., 1883,    250       „
Deputy Provincial Sec, 1st July, 1882, to 30 June, 1883,150      .,
do. do. 72 50 „
Superintendent, 1st July,
1st Printer, do.
2nd   do. do.
3rd    do. do.
Printing Branch.
1882, to 30th June, 1883, @ §150 per month
do.                   90 „
do.                  90 „
do.                  80 „
4th   do. and Messenger, do.                       do.                  40 ,,
Sessional Printer, 1st Nov., 1882, to 12th February, 1883,
and 1st to 31st March, 1883   80 „
Sessional Printer, 10th January to 12th February, 1883,
and 1st to 31st March, 1883    80 „
Vote No. 8.—Treasury.
Minister of Finance, 1st July, 1882, to 29th Jan., 1883, @ §250 per month
Do.              30th January to 30th June, 1883,       250 „
Deputy Treasurer,   1st July, 1882,             do.                 150 ,,
Auditor,                           do.                       do.                150 „
Carried forward.
43,650 00
10 67
1,400 00
1,885 84
7,275 00
7,275 00
3,047 21
543 00
61 56
441 00
42 44
900 00
12 50
37 50
235 83
427 40
1,306 60
1,800 00
870 00
1,800 00
1,080 00
1,080 00
960 00
480 00
354 28
171 05
1,734 00
1,266 00
1,800 00
1,800 00
46,946 51
18,191 77
173 26
483 44
5,500 00
71,294 98
1,185 83
5,925 33
6,600 00
18,115 16 18
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE,
Arrears,
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
Hon. W. Smithe	
W. S. Gore	
II. —CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Concluded.
Vote No. 9.—Lands and Works Department.
Chief Commissioner, 30th Jan'y to 30th June, 1883,   @,$250 per month
Surveyor-General, 1st July, 1882,              do.                      150       ,,
Draughtsman,            do.                            do.                     125       ,,
Clerk of Records,       do.                            do.                     110       „
Vote No. 10.—Attorney-General's Department.
Attorney-General, 1st July, 1882, to 29th January, [1883,  (3> 8250 $ m.
Do.             30th January to 30th June, 1883,                   250    ,,
Solicitor, 1st July, 1882, to SOth April, 1S83,                                150   „
Deputy Attorney-General, 1st May to 30th June, 18S3,              150   ,,
Vote No. 11.—-Land Registry Office.
Registrar-General, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883, @ 8166.66 $ m.
Clerk,                           do.                           do.                        85        ,,
Do.       24th March to 30th June, 1883,                                  40        „
Vote No 12.—Legislation.
1,266 00
1,800 00
1,500 00
1,320 00
F. G. Richards, Jr	
5,886 00
Hon. J. R. Hett	
1,734 00
1,206 00
1,500 00
300 00
2,000 00
1,020 00
130 33
Hon. A. E. B. Davie ....
E. Harrison, Jr	
P. M. Irving	
H. B. W. Aikman	
4,800 00
H. H. Wootton	
3,150 33
250 00
550 00
250 00
T. Fell	
Vote No. 13.—Registration of Voters.
Collector of Voters for Victoria Citv and Esquimalt Districts, 1st July,
1882, to 30th June, 1883  	
1,050 00
150 00
75 00
50 00
100 00
Collector of Voters for Cowichan District, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June,
1883	
R. H. Pidcock	
Collector of Voters for Comox District, 1st Jury, 1882, to 30th June,
1883	
Collector of Voters for Victoria District, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June,
1883	
Vote No. 14.—Assay Office.
Assayer and Melter, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883, @ 8100 $ month
Vote No. 15.—Asylum for the Insane.
Superintendent, 1st July, 1882,-to 30th June, 1SS3, @ $100 $ month ...
Keeper,}                   do.                              do.                 50      ,,
Do.                            do.                                   do.                   45        ,,
Do.                  1st July, 1S82, to 12th January, 18S3,     45
Do.                  2nd January to 30th June, 1883,             45       „
Do.                  1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883,          45       „
Do.                  1st July to 31st December, 1882,             40       ,,
Do.                  17th January to SOth June, 18S3,            40       „
Do.    night,    1st July to 31st August, 1882,                   45       „
Do.       „        1st September to 31st October, 18S2,      45       „
Do.       „        1st to SOth November, 1882,                     45       „
Do.       „        10th December, 1882 to 31st May, 1883, 45       „
Do.       „        1st to 30th June, 1883,                              45       ,,
Matron,             1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883,           50       „
Cook,                 1st July, 1882, to 31st May, 18S3,             40
Do.                 1st to 30th June, 1883,                              40       „
Washer,             1st Julv, 1882, to SOth June, 1S83,           10       ,,
Medical Officer, 1st July, 1882, to 21st January, 1883,     3S.33 „
Do.           22nd January to 31st May, 1883,             33.33  „
Do.          1st to 30th June, 1883,                            33.33 „
Vote No. 16.—Revenue Services.
Assessor and Collector, Victoria City, Victoria and Esquimalt Districts,
1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883, (8 8110 ¥ month	
375 00
1,200 00
1,200 00
600 00
540 00
287 40
268 08
540 00
240 00
218 06
90 00
90 00
45 00
255 60
45 00
600 00
440 00
40 00
120 00
222 66
144 07
33 33
W. J. Graham	
J. A. McDonald	
J. King	
E. B. Keith 	
E. Hill	
T. R. Mclnnes, M. D	
J. A. Sievewright, M.D..
R. J. Bentley, M.D	
6,019 00
1,320 00
273 33
600 00
C. Gallagher	
Collector, Yale District, 1st July to 22nd September, 1882, @ 8100 $ m.
Toll Collector, Cassiar, 1st July to 31st October, 1882, and 1st May, to
30th June, 1883, @ $100 $ month 	
T. H. Giffin	
Vote No. 17.—Temporary Assistance.
Treasury Department, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883, @ $100 ^ m.
Provincial Secretary's Department, 1st to 31st May, 1883,        100   „
III.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (SALARIES).
Vote No. 18.—Supreme Court, Victoria Judicial District.
District Registrar, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883, @ 8150 $ month
Usher,                         do.                         do.                   60      „
2,193 33
1,200 00
100 00
P. J. Leech 	
1,800 00
1,800 00
600 00
44,088 82
2,400 00 47 Vic       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
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TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
8   cts.
$  cts.
2,400 00
T. Harris 	
III.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (SALARIES).—Continued.
Vote No. 19.—Sheriffs.
Sheriff, Victoria, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883, @ 841.66 $ month
Do.   New Westminster,   do.                     do.                41.66       „
Do.   Cariboo,                   do.                    do.               41.66
Vote No. 20.—County Court, Victoria Judicial District.
Registrar, Victoria, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883, @ 875 $ month
Vote No. 21.—Police and Gaols, Victoria.
Supt. of Police, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883, @ $133.33 ¥ month
Gaoler,                1st July to 16th December,, 1882,            100          ,,
Do.                  16th Deer., 1882, to 30th June, 1883,      100          „
Assistant Gaoler, 1st July to 16th December, 1882,           76           ,,
Do.          16th Deer., 1882, to 30th June, 1883,     76           „
Do.          1st Julv to 16th December, 1882,            60           ,,
Do.          16th Deer., 1882, to 31st May, 1883,       60
Senior Convict Guard, 1st July, 1SS2, to SOth June, 1883, 80          „
Convict Guard,             1st July to 16th December, 1882,   60          ,,
Do.                       1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883, 60          „
Do.    1st to 10th July, 1882, and 18th Dec, 1882 to
30th June, 1883,                                                              60           ,,
Convict Guard, 5th to 30th June, 1883,                               60          „
Medical Officer, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883,           33.33     ,,
Vote No. 22.—Police and Gaols, Esquimalt.
Constable, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883, @ $60 ^ month	
499 92
500 00
500 00
1,499 92
E. A. Leigh	
C Todd	
1,599 96
550 00
650 00
418 00
494 00
330 00
330 00
960 00
330 00
720 00
408 00
52 00
400 00
Do.             	
Do	
J. D. Ford	
J. D. Ford	
C.Blake	
J. Miles	
J. S. Helmcken, M.D	
7,241 96
720 00
J. D. Campbell	
Vote No. 23.—Police and Gaols, New Westminster City.
Government Agent, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883, @ 8133.33 $ m.
Assistant       do.                  do.                         do.                      75         ,,
District Registrar,              do.                         do.                     75         ,,
Gaoler,                                  do.                         do.                    100         „
Assistant Gaoler, 1st July, 1882, to 31st March, 18S3,             76        „
Do.           1st April to SOth June, 18S3,                          76         „
Senior Convict Guard, 1st July to 31st October, 1882,            80         „
Do.              do.       1st November to 5th Deer., 1882        80         ,,
Do.              do.       6th Deer., 1882, to 31st March, 1883, 80         „
Do.              do.       1st April to 30th June, 1883,               80         ,,
Convict Guard,              1st July, 1882, to SIst March, 1883,   60         „
Do.                       1st April to 30th June, 1883,              60         „
Do.                       1st Novr., 1882, to 31st March, 1883, 60         „
Do.                       1st April, to 30th June, 1883,             60         „
Medical Officer, 1st July, 1882, to SOth June, 1883,                33.33    ,,
Vote No. 24.—Police and Gaols, New Westminster District.
Constable, Burrard Inlet, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883, @ 860 $ m.
Do.     Port Moody, 9th April to 30th June, 1883,                  60   „
Vote No. 25.—Police and Gaols, Kootenay.
Government Agent, 1st July, 1882,to 30th June, 1883, @ $117 $ month
Vote No. 26.—Police and Gaols, Cariboo.
Government Agent, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883, @ 8142 $ m.
District Registrar of Supreme and County Courts, Judicial District of
Cariboo, 1st July to 7th October, 1882,                            @ $100 $) m.
Constable and Collector, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883,      125   „
Do.       Forks of Quesnelle,    do.                     do.                  125   ,,
Messenger, Richfield,                   do.                    do.                  10   ,,
Vote No. 27.—Police and Gaols, Cassiar.
Gold Commissioner, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883, @ $166.66 $ m.
Recorder and Constable, Laketon, do.                do.            125      -„
Do.       McDame Ck., 1st July, 1882, to 10th May, 1883, $125 ,,
McDame Creek, allowance for special services, 10th May to 30th June
Constable, Stickeen, 1st Novr., 1882, to 30th April, 1883, @ $100 V m.
1,600 00
900 00
900 00
1,200 00
684 00
228 00
320 00
93 33
306 67
240 00
540 00
180 00
300 00
180 00
400 00
Do	
J. Burr	
W. Edwards	
Do	
J. Burr	
C. N. Trew, M.D	
8,072 00
J.Miller	
720 00
162 00
882 00
1,404 00
1,704 00
322 57
1,500 00
1,500 00
120 00
S. Y. Wootton	
5,146 67
A. W. Vowell	
1,999 96
1,500 00
1,291 66
100 00
600 00
10 00
110 00
R. Poole	
J. Mitchell	
T. H. Giffin 	
W. Ronald	
Vote No. 28.—Police and Gaols, Yale and Lytton.
Government Agent, Yale, 1st July, 1882, to 30lh June, 1883, @ $100 $ m.
5,611 62
1,200 00
62 50
960 00
960 00
960 00
A. C. Elliott	
H. B. Roycraft	
Constable & Collector, Yale, 1st July, 1882, to 30 June, 1883 @ $80 $ m.
Do.      Alexandra B., do.                         do.                  80   ,,
Do.     Lytton,            do.                       do.                 80   „
4,142 50
38,020 57 20
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
8   cts.
G. C. Tunstall..
M. Bray	
A. Dick	
W. Stewart	
S. Drakel	
D. Stephenson..
D. Cluness, M.D
F. Soues	
W. Livingstone .
Various Members ..
Various Members ..
J. Camp	
"Daily Colonist" ..
" British Columbian
"Free Press"	
R. T. Williams	
Do	
Do	
W. G. Lawson	
W. G. Bowman ....
Frank Sylvester ...
Do.
Do.
J. B. Sere	
J. McPhee	
E. A. Leigh	
Do	
W. H. Edman	
S. Reid	
J. S. Phipps	
H. Schutte	
W. H. Brooks	
A. A. Townsend ...
V. E. Jensen	
W. Wall	
A. Whetstone	
T. Storey	
P. Carter	
" Daily Standard".
H. W. Sheppard ...
J. McLeod	
J. Black	
T. D. Lindsay	
T. N. Hibben & Co.
Indian Costage	
Indian George	
F. Savona	
R. Scott	
Indian Billy	
John O'Brian	
James Bibby	
A. D. Mclnnes	
Do. 	
Do. 	
J. J. Mclnnes	
Gavin Hamilton ...
Do	
J. Ogden	
R. A. Collins	
Brought forward	
III.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (SALARIES).—Concluded.
Vote No. 29.—Police and Gaols, Kamloops.
Government Agent, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883, @ $100 $ month
Vote No. 30.—Police and Gaols, Nanaimo.
Government Agent, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883, @ $100 ¥ month
Inspector of Mines. do. do. 90      ,,
Gaoler, do. do. 85       ,,
Convict Guard, do. do. 60       ,,
Constable, Wellington,      do. do. 60       ,,
Medical Officer, do. do. 16.66 ,,
Vote No. 31.—Police and Gaols, L;l_ooet District.
Government Agent, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883, @ $100 $ month
Constable and Collector, do. do. 85       ,,
IV.—LEGISLATION.
Vote No. 32.—Indemnity to Members.
Sessional Allowance
Vote No. 33.—Mileage.
From and to place of residence ,	
Vote No. 34.—Registration of Voters (Other than Salaries.)
Rent of room for holding Court of Revision	
Advertising Court of Revision	
Do. do. 	
Do. do. 	
Vote No. 35.—Expenses of Elections.
Binding ballot papers for Esquimalt District Election	
Stitching and perforating ballot papers, Victoria City	
Perforating and binding ballot papers, Cowichan District	
Services as Special Constable at Richmond Polling Station, Vic. District
Buggy hire for Returning Officer F. Sylvester, Esquimalt Election .
Services as Returning Officer, do.
Travelling expenses, $32 ; horse feed, 810 do.
Stationery, $10; copying Voters' Lists, 83; stage hire, $2.50 do.
Meals for Special Constables, Victoria District	
Expenses, canoe hire, Comox to Nanaimo, for ballot boxes	
Services as Returning Officer, Victoria City	
Four copies List of Voters. Victoria City, @ 83.25	
Services as Election Clerk, Victoria City 	
Services as Poll Clerk do	
Do. do	
Do. do	
Do. do.       $5; assisting count'g votes$2.50
Do. do	
Do. do	
Do. do	
Express with ballot boxes to Supreme Court, Victoria City	
Making ballot boxes, $8; fixing partitions at polling stations, 89.50
removing do., S4	
Express hire, Victoria City	
Four large cards for polling stations, Victoria City   	
Services as Special Constable, do	
Do. do. do	
Do. do. do	
Do. do. do	
Stationery do	
Expressage on Proclamations to McDame's Creek	
Do. do. Telegraph Creek	
Taking ballot boxes from Kamloops to polling places & return, Yale dis.
Do. Kamloops to Nicola and return	
Expressage ballot boxes, Yale to Kamloops, Yale District	
Do. Kamloops to Hope and return, do	
Services at Cariboo assisting Returning Officer, &c, &c	
Deputy Returning Officer, Fort Alexandria, Cariboo District	
Rent of house for polling, at   do. do. 	
Postage	
Poll Clerk, Fort Alexandria, Cariboo District	
Deputy-Returning Officer, 150-Mile House, Cariboo District	
Postage      Do. do. do. 	
Poll Clerk do. do. 	
Postage stamps, Soda Creek do. 	
Carried forward.
1,200 00
1,020 00
5 00
15 00
20 00
7 50
4 00
5 60
3 5C
2 50
40 50
50 00
42 0C
15 50
2 00
10 OC
50 0C
13 0C
20 0C
5 0C
5 0C
5 0C
7 50
5 0C
5 0C
5 0C
50
21 50
1 00
4 0C
2 5C
2 5C
2 5C
2 51
2 37
2 5C
12 0C
80 0C
30 0C
10 OC
100 OC
20 0C
10 OC
10 OC
5C
10 0C
10 OC
20
10 0C
1 00
641 57
38,020 57
1,200 00
8,890 00
2,989 50
11,927 00 47 Vic.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 188*2, to 30th June, 1883.
21
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
641 57
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
5 00
5 75
12 90
10 00
10 00
3 50
5 00
5 00
2 50
15 00
10 00
10 00
2 50
10 00
3 00
6 00
6 00
5 00
8 50
5 00
20 00
5 00
50 00
2 60
6 00
22 50
10 00
6 00
6 00
15 00
17 50
23 25
6 00
5 00
5 00
8 00
4 00
7 00
2 00
6 00
14 00
12 50
16 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
6 00
75 00
9 00
60 00
25 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
21 25
5 00
1 50
5 00
52 50
10 00
5 00
10 00
16 00
1 50
5 00
10 00
6 00
11,927 00
IV.— LEGISLATION.—Continued.
Vote No. 35.— Expenses of Elections.—Continued.
Services Deputy-Returning Officer, Soda Creek, Cariboo District	
Do.    Poll Clerk                                   do.                     do.
Rent of hall for polling, Quesnellemouth,                       do.            	
Poll Clerk                                   do.                                     do.
Deputy-Returning Officer         do.                                     do.            	
Poll Clerk, Stanley, Lightning Creek,                               do.            	
Do.         Harvey Creek,                                                   do.            	
Deputy Returning Officer, Stanley, Lightning Creek,    do.            	
Preparing compartments for polling,                                do.            	
Sundry expenses, repairing ballot boxes, tape, pencils, &c, do	
Do.                freight on ballot boxes, horse hire, &c,    do	
Services as Deputy-Returning Officer, 1 day, Esquimalt District,	
Extra allowance for delivery of ballot boxes at Esquimalt, do	
Meals and horse feed,                                                    do.                 	
T. H. Johns	
A. McNaughten	
Do.            	
W. D. Moses	
Fletcher & McNaughten.
Do.
Do	
Do	
A. H. Peatt 	
Do	
W. Young	
J. P. Burgess	
M. Muir	
Do	
W. K. Bull	
Do	
J. T. Mcllmoyl	
W. Armstrong	
F. E. Bull	
Services as Deputy Returning Officer at Wain's Hotel, Victoria District,
including journeys to and from, 820; meals, and horse feed, $2 50
Poll Clerk,                                    do.                     do.
James John	
F. L. Tuckfield	
Do	
S. Roberts	
Deputy Returning Officer, Saanich, 820, expenses, $3 25, Victoria Dis't
Services as Poll Clerk,              do.         5,       do.         1                  do.
Hire of Room for polling, North Saanich,                                       do.
Do.                   do.       Richmond,                                              do.
Perforating and binding Ballot Papers, (2 sets),                             do.
Stationery,                                                                                           do.
Four Ballot Boxes,                                                                        do.
Messenger from Richmond to Victoria,                                           do.
Advertising withdrawal of A. S. Farwell,                        Victoria District
Do.            do.                     do.         and posters,                  do.
John R. Mitchell	
H. Wain	
J. B. Sere 	
R. T. Williams       	
T. N. Hibben & Co
'' Daily Colonist"	
" Daily Standard "	
Do.             	
T. H. Piercy	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Paid Poll Clerk,                              do.                        do.
Do	
.Do	
Do	
Services Express Messenger from Spokane Falls to Kootenay with Writs
H. H. D. Shuttlevvorth..
Fred Littler	
Do	
Do	
do :	
Do	
Do.                          Richfield,                        do.
B. C. Express Co	
Express charges on Election Documents, etc.,        do.
W. C. Berkelev	
J. Webb "	
Poll Clerk,      do.                  do.          	
S. Gough	
Poll Clerk,                        Wellington,                         do.
C. W. Horth	
Do	
Buggy hire taking Poll Clerks to Wellington, and Nanaimo River Bridge,
Refreshments for officers at Nanaimo River Bridge, Nanaimo District..
Poll Clerk,                                        do.                                 do.
Returning Officer, Gabriola Island,                                        do.
Boat hire to                      do.          and return,                     do.
Carried forward.,	
M. Halloran	
B. Baker 	
B. Whitfield	
1,526 22
11,927 OQ 22                Public Accounts, 1st July 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
1,526 22
10 00
10 00
7 00
3 50
50
50
15 00
15 00
10 00
5 00
3 00
4 50
16 50
2 50
11 87
65 50
17 50
31 50
5 00
27 00
6 00
24 00
6 00
6 00
30 00
5 00
10 00
5 00
25 00
10 00
3 50
10 50
27 00
5 00
21 00
24 00
5 00
30 00
26 00
5 00
5 00
26 50
5 00
20 00
5 00
5 00
30 00
5 00
30 00
5 00
5 00
5 87
8 00
4 75
5 25
10 00
8 36
11 15
10 00
20 00
7 50
5 00
10 00
10 00
15 00
10 00
10 00
4 50
5 00
10 00
5 00
40 00
17 47
15 00
5 00
11 00
9 37
15 00
6 00
15 00
3 00
10 00
11,927 00
IV.—LEGISLATION.—Continued.
Vote No. 35.—Expenses of Elections.—Continued.
1
Do
Do.
Posting Proclamation, 82, meals and bed for Deputy-Returning Officer
C. Fiddick 	
C. W. Baker    .
J. Johnson	
Do	
Expressage on ballot box and papers, Laketon to McDames Ck, Cassiar
Services as Deputy Returning Officer at McDames Creek, Cassiar	
Services as Special Constable                                  do.              do	
Posting Proclamation at Hall's Prairie & Mud Bay, N. Westminster Dis
Ferrying Officers to and from Brown's Landing,                  do.
John Woodward	
H. F. Bishop	
Delivering 6     do.           at polling stations on Fraser,       do.
Stationery for election,                                                            do.
Advertising proclamations, printing and stitching 34 ballot books, do.
W. H. Keary	
" Mainland Guardian "..
Do
Do.
W. D. Ferris, Jr    	
C. E. Woods...
T. W. Gray ..
G. C. Webster ...
H. V. Edmonds	
E. R. Black ..
Do.              do.                             do.         7 days, 821; expenses, 89
D. W. Brown	
A. D. Campbell 	
J.Miller	
Do.
Special Constable, New Westminster City, 1 day @ $3, 3 days @ 82.50..
Deputy-Returning Officer, $10; expenses, 817, Hall's Prairie, N. W. Dis.
Poll Clerk, Maple Ridge,                                                               do.
Deputy-Returning Officer, 810; expenses, $11, Maple Ridge,       do.
Do.                  do.     $10;      do.      814, Langley,              do.
Poll Clerk,                                                             do.                    do.
Deputy-Returning Officer, 810; expenses, 820, Lower Sumas,     do.
Do.                    do.      810,       do.       S16, Upper Sumas,     do.
Poll Clerk,                                                                 do.               do.
Poll Clerk,                                                              Chilliwhack,        do.
Deputy-Returning Officer, 810; expenses, $16.50,   do.                  do.
Poll Clerk, Riverside,                                                                    do.
Deputy-Returning Officer, $10; expenses, $10, South Arm,         do.
J. W. Sinclair	
Geo. Howison 	
T. F. York	
F. B. McDonald 	
W. Perkins	
C. F. Green	
Conveying ballot boxes to and from Dog Creek & Big Bar, Lillooet Dist.
Fitting locks and hinges to ballot boxes,                do.                   do.
Deputv Returning Officer, Dog Creek, $10, expenses, $20,           do.
Poll Clerk,                                do.                                                      do.
Rent of Room,                         do.                                                      do.
Locks, hinges, etc., for Ballot Boxes, pencils and wax,         do.
Printing Ballots,                                                                                 do.
Stationery,                                                                                           do.
Expressage on Ballot Boxes, to and from Lake La Hache,           do.
Deputy Returning Officer,                                  do.                         do.
Telegrams, to and from Clinton,                                                      do.
Postage Stamps for Returning Officer,                                            do.
Deputy Returning Officer, Lillooet,                                              do.
Conveying Ballot Bxs to and from 21-Mile H, Lillooet & Clinton,   do.
do.                         do.           Big Bar,                                      do.
Poll Clerk,                                        do.                                        do.
Deputy Returning Officer,                do.                                           do.
Rent of Room,                                    do.                                           do.
Poll Clerk, Lillooet, 85; rent of room, 810,                                       do.
do.        Lake La Hache, 5;   do.         5,                                       do.
W. Wright	
F. W. Foster	
E. Bell	
Arch. McKinlay	
Dominion Telegraph	
Postmaster, Clinton ....
A. W. Smith	
J. Waller	
H. Hinck	
W. Lee	
D. O'Hara	
Do	
Poll Clerk,                  do.                do.           	
Do.
Dominion Telegraph	
J. Wardel	
Sundry Printing, Voters' Lists, Ballot Papers, etc., Yale District	
Telegrams, Kamloops,                                                        do.             	
Deputy Returning Officer, Hope, Yale District, 810; rentof room, $5...
Indian "Johnny"   	
F. W. Foster ..
T.Wood	
Deputy Returning Officer, Okanagan,        do.        $10; rent of room, $5
G. B. Martin...
Deputy Returning Officer,              do.         do.       810; rent of room, $5
Carried forward	
2,634 31
11,927 00 47 Vic.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th Ju
ne, 1883.
23
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
S   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
2,534 31
1 00
17 00
80 00
100 00
5 00
1 94
15 00
5 00
15 00
15 00
15 00
15 00
15 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
25 00
2 50
95 00
75 00
3 00
6 25
3 00
9 25
10 00
15 00
15 00
16 00
15 00
15 00
10 00
15 00
25 00
15 00
11 50
22 50
6 00
5 00
6 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
25 50
43 00
2 00
2 00
17 50
10 00
2 50
1 75
10 00
10 00
15 00
5 00
1 00
75 00
6 00
55 00
17 62
45 00
9 00
5 50
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
5 00
10 00
10 00
5 00
10 00
11,927 00
IV.- LEGISLATION.—Continued.
Vote No. 35.—Expenses of Elections.—Continued.
S. J. Scott	
Taking- Ballot Boxes,  Kamloops to   Nicola   and   return,  Yale Dist
do.                         Rock Ck. and other places and return,   do.
do.                         to Hope               do.              do.              do.
Poll Clerk, Mission, Okanagan,                                                        do.
R. J. Scott	
Bernard Leqitime	
Dominion Telegraph	
K. Dallev	
Deputy Returning Officer, Nicola, Yale District, $10; rent of room, 85
Poll Clerk,                                 do.           do.              	
Deputy Returning- Officer, Kamloops,   do.             $10; rent of room, $5
do.                                                    do.               10;        do.             5;
Do.           	
Deputy Returning- Officer,                  Yale District, 810; rent of room, $5
do.                              Cache Ck.,     do.               10;         do.             5
H. Barrett	
Printing Ballots and binding- same in 10 books for New Westminster...
Conveyance of Writs to Cassiar and return of Ballot Boxes to Victoria,
J. Wardel	
D. 0. Hard	
T. Wood	
R. M. Clemitson	
T. McK. Lambly	
Do.             Duck & Pringle's, $10, use of room, $5, mileage, 810
M. Lumby	
Do.             Okanagan, $10,                 do.           5, mileage,  §7.50
G. J. Wallace	
E. Dalley	
P. Billadaux	
J. Vair	
"Inland Sentinel" 	
Printing and numbering 1,000 ballot papers, 816, printing 30 Voters
G. F. Drabble 	
Indian "Upardes" 	
,,      "Bill"	
Printing ballot papers, 812.50, advertising Proclamation, Cowichan, $5
G. F. McDonald	
G. E. McLeod  	
D. McDonald	
Poll Clerk	
B. C. Express Co	
H. Fry   	
Returning Officer, $50, mileage posting Proclamations, 825, Cowichan
Allowance for performance of duties in connection with the Esquimalt
Election Petition, re Pooley v. Hett, 22 days @ 82.50 ^ day	
Printing Proclamation, $14, stationery for Returning Officer, 83.62	
J. Miller 	
C. F. Green .
W. Perkins	
D. W. Miller	
T. F. York    	
J. J. McKay .   .
J. W. Burr
Poll Cierk, Yale, 24th June and 13th October, 1882	
H. G. Laycraft 	
Carried forward	
3,7:7 62
11,927. 00 24
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
T. Cole 	
J. Muir 	
J. T. Jones	
M. Edgson 	
W. Beaumont	
Treasurer Agricul. Socty
E. Marriner	
A. Dods 	
T. P. Windsor	
N. W. Campbell	
E. M. Skinner	
H. Rogers	
J. P. Booth	
G. Hampton	
W. T. Collinson	
H. Clapham	
J. McCutcheon	
C. Phair	
C. W. Hozier	
Mara & Wilson	
J. Mackie	
F. L. Tuckfield	
Do	
J. Parsons	
Do	
C. McCormac   	
Do	
Mrs. Deasy '.	
W. Burt	
Wm. Wilson & Co	
M. W. Waitt & Co	
Fell & Co	
M. &H. A. Fox	
T. Fell	
G. Winter	
J. Sehl	
D. Harris 	
J. Weiler 	
J. T. Howard  	
J. J. Russel	
R. T. Williams 	
Do. 	
Do. 	
Do. 	
Do. 	
Do. 	
Do. 	
Do. 	
Langley & Co....
B. C. Express Co.
Hudson Bay Co..
J. Morey	
Mason & Daly ...
Poll Clerk, Kamloops	
Extra allowance for bringing ballot boxes from Sooke to Esquimalt.
Poll Clerk at Duck & Pringle's, Kamloops, $5, mileage, 810	
Election Clerk, 9 days, and expenses, Cowichan	
Refreshments for Officers at election ,, 	
Rent of hall, and fitting up for election     ,, 	
Returning Officer, $10, fitting up school-room, $2.50, mileage, &c. $5.50
Poll Clerk, $5, mileage, 81.50	
Deputy Returning Officer, 810, expenses, $3.50	
Rent of house for election, $5, services as Poll Clerk, $5	
Services as Returning Officer, $10, mileage, $5	
Poll Clerk, $5, mileage, $2	
Deputy Returning Officer, $10, mileage, $11	
Poll Clerk, $5, mileage, 83	
Deputy Returning Officer, 810, rent of room, 8S, mileage, &c, $17.50..
Poll Clerk, $5, mileage, $3	
Posting Proclamation at Chilliwhack	
Poll Clerk, Lillooet Polling Division	
Do.      Okanagan	
H doz. lead pencils	
Posting Proclamation at Langley	
Brought forward	
IV.—LEGISLATION.—Concluded.
Vote No. 35.—Expenses of Elections.—Concluded.
Vote No. 36.—Contingent Fund, Telegrams, &c.
Subscription to Standard, 1st October, 1882, to 31st March, 1883...
Do. do. 3 copies for the Session	
Do. Colonist, 1st October, 1882, to 31st March, 1883	
Do. do.       3 copies for the Session	
Do. Guardian and Free Press, 1st April, 1882, to June, 1883
Do. do. do.       12 extra copies	
Washing towels, &c, January to May, 1883	
Assisting Messenger during Session ,	
Glass, cloths, and towels	
Pen-knives, paper clips and mucilage	
Brooms, matches, and soap	
Pen-knives, etc	
Supplies, as per agreement	
Carriage hire with Committee to Royal Hospital	
Hire and cartage of chairs	
Engrossing Addresses to Her Majesty the Queen and Marquis of Lome
Hire of chairs, cloth, &c., and express charges	
Carriage hire for Naval Officers at Prorogation of Parliament	
Do. do. do. 	
Vote No. 37.—Journals and Statutes Binding.
Binding 225 vols. Sessional Papers	
Do.     225    ,,     Journals   	
Do.     Reports and Voters Lists	
Do.    Report on Asylum for the Insane	
Do.     350 vols, of Statutes	
Folding and stitching 120 vols, of Statutes	
Binding 6 copies of Orders of the Day	
Binding Report of Minister of Mines and Public Accounts.
Welch, Rithet & Co	
Collector of Customs	
Bank of British Columbia
A. Whetstone	
W. A. Franklin	
J. Maynard	
Palmer & Rey	
Mrs. Deasy	
Shears & Partridge	
W. Hurley	
Wells, Fargo & Co	
T. N. Hibben & Co	
M. W. Waitt & Co	
W. McDowell	
V.—PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).
Vote No. 38.—Assay Office, Cariboo.
Chemicals	
Freight on packages 	
Do.    on chemicals  	
Packing stores	
Charcoal, coal oil, and ink	
Vote No. 39.—Printing Office, Victoria.
Freight on type from San Francisco	
Duty on printing material	
Exchange on draft	
Express charges on parcels	
Do. do	
Do. do	
Printing material	
Washing towels 1st July, 1882, to SOth June, 1883	
Wateq^roof sheeting	
Making rollers -	
Charges on package	
Printing paper	
Do	
Drayage 	
Carried forward	
3 25
3,727 62
5 00
10 00
15 00
45 00
2 13
8 00
18 00
6 50
13 50
10 00
15 00
7 00
21 00
8 00
35 50
8 00
3 00
5 00
5 00
1 50
3 00
6 50
11 75
6 50
12 00
16 25
3 50
3 00
50 00
3 60
28 00
4 50
42 00
200 00
2 50
6 00
150 00
32 80
5 00
1 50
371 26
157 50
84 00
6 00
245 00
10 00
9 00
15 00
144 42
17 60
75 85
7 00
315 00
8 06
108 00
1 32
2 25
1 50
1 00
529 44
12 00
7 00
21 00
1 80
304 12
286 00
1 00
11,927 00
3,972 75
897 75
17,382 80
559 77
1,284 49   659 77 47 Vic        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
R. T. Williams....
T. Storey  	
Fellows & Prior...
Shaw & Kuna	
A. Ofner 	
J. McDowell	
T. Price	
P. McQuade & Son
Albion Iron Works
Neufelder & Ross
R. Dickenson...
W. Harvey	
M. D. McLennan
J. Ibbotson	
H. Elliott	
J. Wise	
A. M. Herring ..
W. J. Jeffree ...
R. Thomas	
E. C. Scoullar & Co.   .
R. Law 	
J. Cunningham & Co.
W. C Ward .
Steamer Enterprise	
James E. Holt	
Steamer Princess Louise
B. C. Express Co	
S. M.Nelson.-	
G. Baillie	
A. Clemis	
J. Campbell	
J. E. Insley ,
H. B. Dart	
G. Tuttle   	
Pioneer Line Steamers ..
J. Mclntyre ,
Postmaster N. Westm'r.
C. N, Trew, M.D	
J. E. Lowe	
A. Masters, M.D	
G. Munday	
W. H. Keary	
L. R. Mclnnis, M.D. ...
J. Cunningham  	
W. Jackson, M.D	
C. N. McNaughten	
J. E. Lord	
T. R. Pearson & Co	
W. Johnston	
*' Columbian"	
Brought forward	
V.—PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).—Concluded.
Vote No. 39.—Printing Office, Victoria.—Concluded.
Ruling 20 reams of foolscap paper	
Labour and material in fixing up type stands	
1 wrench	
Cleaning tubes in boiler and repairing press	
Coal oil, soap, &c	
Bearers for printing press and altering galley rack	
Cloth, and making press blanket	
1 oil can	
Repairs to engine and printing press	
Vote No. 40.—Asylum for the Insane.
Provisions.
Groceries, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883	
Meat and vegetables, do, do. 	
Bread, do. do. 	
Milk, do. do	
Fish, do. do	
Fuel.
Coal and wood, 1st to 31st July, 1882	
do. 1st August, 1882, to 30th June, 1883	
3 25
Medicines.
Drugs, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.,
Clothing.
Sundry clothing, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
\ doz. carpet slippers	
Furniture.
Kitchen utensils.
Do.
Do.
Transport of Lunatics and Keepers.
Passage of W. Baker, Victoria to New Westminster   	
Conveyance of Wing King Yo, Gaol to Asylum	
sage, meals, and room for Constable Campbell conveying Henry
Sandford from Victoria to Asylum, and return of Campbell	
Passage for Constable in charge of lunatic, Clinton to Yale, and return
Meals for
Meals and bed,
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Passage and meals,   do.
One pair of overalls for lunatic ,
do.
do.
do.
do.
da.
do.
do.
do.
pence's Bridge .
Lytton	
Nicomin	
Cache Creek	
New Westminster.
Boston Bar	
Yale 	
Miscellaneous.
Rent of box, 1 year, to 30th June, 1S83	
Certificates of lunacy (three @ $5) and medical attendence during time
between death of Dr. Sievewright and appointment of Dr. Bentley.
Funeral expenses of John Whittle   	
Certificate of lunacy	
Cleaning latrines	
Postage stamps  	
Certificate of lunacy	
2 doz. lamp glasses	
Certificate of lunacy	
Cleaning clock	
Funeral expenses of W. A. Johnson	
Stamps 	
Repairing mitts and straps	
Advertising tenders for undertaking at Asylum	
VI.—HOSPITALS AND CHARITIES.
Vote No. 41.—Hospital, Victoria.
Grant i
Carried forward.
3 25
1,2S4 49
10 00
22 35
1 25
22 5C
10 62
9 00
8 0C
1 OC
10 25
1,464 03
1,833 11
767 01
349 19
60 50
17 00
529 00
29 78
3 OC
22 38
3 75
1 00
13 00
77 50
1 50
3 00
1 OC
1 50
3 00
2 00
2 00
14 00
1 25
30 55
25 0C
5 0C
25 OC
5 0C
5 0C
6 0C
5 00
1 25
25 0C
5 0C
5C
4 00
559 77
1,379 46
4,473 84
546 00
127 63
388 08
147 30
7,801 74
5,000 00
5,000 00 26
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
3 25
5,000 00
VI.—HOSPITALS AND CHARITIES.—Concluded.
Vote No. 42.—Hospital, New Westminster.
4,750 00
Vote No. 43.—HosriTAL, Cariboo.
4,000 00
Vote No. 44.—Hospital, Nanaimo.
2,000 00
Vote No. 45.—Hospital Allowance, Cassiar.
50 00
53 37
Vote No. 46.—In aid of Destitute Poor and Sick.
103 37
35 00
12 00
44 00
50 00
5 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
10 00
162 00
64 00
100 00
17 60
21 75
20 00
1 50
1 00
1 00
50
1 00
50
50
1 50
1 00
25 00
9 00
7 25
18 00
3 00
25
7 50
1 26
3 00
4 50
30 00
8 50
7 00
7 00
2 50
45 00
27 00
12 50
10 50
12 00
12 00
3 00
67 20
164 00
30 39
1 00
16 80
25 00
1 00
75 00
B. C. Express Co	
Pioneer Line Steamers ..
Do	
Do	
*
Do	
J. S. McGuire, M.D	
32 days          do.                       do.                    do.          @ 82 per day..
Professional do.                         do.                      do.            	
Ah Win	
Rent of house for 3 months and 17 days for McKee, at Clinton	
F. W. Foster	
W. M. Brown	
Meals and bed for       do.       en route to Hospital, New Westminster..
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.
G. Tuttle  	
Desomer & Heuienover..
H. Dart	
C. Minkler	
J. Mundorf  	
Do.              	
Passage and meals for John Downes, Yale to New Westminster	
do.                  James Thomas (nurse for J. Downes) do	
E. Connell	
Meals, bed, and horse keep for Downes' party en route to Hospital ....
do.                                                  do.                           do.             	
Horse keep                                               do.                               do.               ....
do.       meals, and bed,   do.           do.                             do.
Team hire and driver conveying-        do.       Lytton to Yale, and retnrn
H. B. Dart	
E. Grant 	
Team and self taking John Downes from Kamloops to Lytton, 9 days..
Attendance as nurse on       do.                                    do.              do.
do.                 do.          do.                 do	
W. E. McCartney	
Medicines supplied to          do.       en route to New West. Hospital	
Services as nurse for                            do.             2 months and 24 days..
B. Eickhoff  	
Conveying                                             do.           to Hospital from steamer
G. A. Pritchett	
Capt. Bob (Indian Chief)
Clothing and feeding C. Grand, found frozen in the woods by Indians..
Vote No. 47.—HosriTAL Allowance—Medicines, &c.
1,205 89
Langley & Co	
70 74
17 25
Carried forward,,,,,	
87 99
17,147 25
1         3 25 47 Vic.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
27
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
S   cts.
$   cts.
cts.
J. Drout	
S. Maeaskey (foreman)
J. Hemenover	
E. B. C. HanningtonM.D
W. E. McCartney	
T. Mitchell	
W. Teague	
Loe Pen Chun	
Chun How   	
Long Chung	
Chum Young	
Ah Yue	
T. W. Forester & Co	
N. J. Campbell	
Henry Green	
J. Cameron (foreman) ..
Henry BrowTi	
Ah Yum	
Qui Far	
Sing Cum	
James Bibby (foreman)..
G. W. Robinson     ,,
C. House	
Henry Brown	
Ah Moon	
Ah Chee	
Ah.Sam	
Ah Yung	
J. Chipp, M.D	
C. Eagle	
R. Evans	
J. Boyd	
A. Kelly	
Fletcher & McNaughten.
Mason & Daly	
Indian " Jim"	
J. Rutchford	
Ah Yep	
J. MeCauley	
Louis	
W. F. Allen (foreman) ..
B. C. Express Co	
George Tinker	
Hugh Walkem	
Do.             (foreman)
Do. 	
Loy Hong 	
AhPoy	
E. Wan	
Chum Tuck	
J. H. Willis (foreman) ..
W. McLeod ,,
W. Saul ,,
C. B. Eagle	
C. N. Trew, M.D	
A. Sharpe (foreman)	
V. Lorange	
Indian " Jaques" 	
Indian "Johnny"	
P. Lawson	
T. York	
H. Malonv (foreman)	
P. Sullivan	
Ah Wha	
Jackson Smith	
P. Calder	
W. Moseley	
J. Handcock	
Indian 	
John Mclnnes (foreman).
J Draper ,,
J. Mclnnes ,,
A. McBryan	
Indian " Mary"	
C. N. Trew, M.D	
Do.  '.
Brought forward	
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
Vote No. US.—Summoning and paging Jurors and Witnesses.
Provisions for West Coast Indian witnesses 	
Jury fees, Regina v. Kelly 	
Do. do. 	
Witness (medical), Regina v. Ah Sue, 2 days @ S4	
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
2 davs
2   ,,
2   „
!$1 .
1 .
1 .
and mileage .
do.
do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
■ Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Meals for jurymen
Witness fee,
Do.
Jury fees,
Meals for jury,
Witness fee,
Do.
Do.
Jury fees,
Do.
Meals and beds for jury
Do. do.
Witness fee,
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do. Regina v. Decker, 2 days @ 88 = 86, expenses 873.50
Meals for J. St.Laurent, attending assizes, Richfield	
Do. do. do. do	
Lodging, do. do. do	
Meals and horse keep, do. do. do	
Horse keep, do. do. do	
Messenger to notify jurors of postponement of assize, Kamloops
Meals and beds for jurymen, Regina v. Indian Johnny	
Witness fee and horse hire, do. 15 days @ 83.50
Do. do. do. 15    „ 3.50
Do. do. 15   ,, 2.00
Jury fees, do.
Express charges on articles used as evidence, do.
Serving summonses
Witness fee,
Jury fees,
Do.
Witness fee,
Do.
Do.
Do.
Jury fees,
Do.
Do.
Witness fee,
Regina «. Wilson, 1 ,, 2.50..
Regina v. Chang Foo, 82, mileage 85
Regina v. Ah Cui	
do. 	
do.
do.
do.
Regina v. Ah Ah
Regina v. Green
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
4 days @ 83= 812, mileage 85
Regina v. Doupe,
do. 	
Regina v. Jules, 	
Regina v. Mung Gow,    15 days @ 82  	
do. do. 	
do. do. 	
do. do. 	
Regina v. Doupe, Indian Johnny, and Nung Gow .
Regina v. Galli	
Regina v. Haines	
do. 89, and mileage 830 	
3 25
Medical testimony, Regina v. Indian Charley
Jury fees,
Witness fee,
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Jury fees.
Witness fee,
Do.
Do.
Do.
Horse hire,
Witness fee,
Do.
Jury fees,
Do.
Do.
and expenses .
Regina v. Indian Joe
do.
do.
do.
Regina v. Lap Kim, 7 days @ 82 = 814, expenses 816.50
Regina v. Indian Ned,6 days @ 82 = 812, exps. 89.50
Regina v. Indian Jack
5 days =
5   ,,
5    „
do.
do.
do.
Regina v. Hall,
Regina v. Hall,
do.
do.
do.	
do. 	
do. 	
Messenger to Yale, for witness 	
Witness fee, Regina v. Lap King, 830, steamer fare 84
Do. Regina v. Hall, 2 days	
Do. Regina ?;. Indian Joe,   3   ,,    	
810, expenses 83 .
5,        „ 3 .
10,        „ 3 .
8,        „ 2 .
summoning witnesses  	
88, expenses 82 .
4.      „ 2 .
Colonial Hotel  Meals and beds for jurymen .
C. W. Horth     '
Joseph Harper	
C. W. Chantrell	
R. Drew	
A. Hamilton (foreman).
L. Manson „
Horse hire for Constable Drake, summoning jurors .
Witness fee, Regina v. Bell, 82, expenses 81.20 .
Do. do	
Do. do. 82, expenses 81.50 .
Jury fees, do	
Do. Regina v. Holland 	
Carried forward,
5 25
18 00
18 00
8 00
8 00
4 00
4 00
2 00
2 00
1 00
2 00
2 00
10 50
2 50
7 00
36 00
12 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
36 00
72 00
24 00
48 00
2 00
24 00
24 00
24 00
24 00
79 50
9 00
3 00
5 00
8 00
10 00
10 00
8 00
45 00
52 50
30 00
18 00
11 50
6 00
17 00
18 00
18 00
30 00
30 00
30 00
30 00
54 00
18 00
18 00
39 00
5 00
18 00
8 00
5 00
5 00
30 50
21 50
18 00
13 00
8 00
13 00
10 00
3 00
10 00
6 00
18 00
18 00
18 00
3 00
34 00
8 00
12 00
12 00
2 50
3 20
2 00
3 60
18 00
18 00
3 25  1,367 95 26                 Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
S   cts.
S   cts.
9   ets.
3 25
1,367 95
5 80
4 00
4 00
8 00
2 00
2 00
8 00
8 00
2 00
2 00
7 00
18 00
18 00
18 00
18 60
18 60
18 60
18 60
75 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
15 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
6 00
3 00
6 00
60 00
27 75
3 20
3 50
18 00
18 00
18 00
18 00
18 00
18 00
18 00
18 00
18 00
18 00
18 00
18 00
36 00
18 00
60 00
4 00
2 00
12 00
12 00
10 00
18 00
18 00
18 00
18 00
6 00
15 00
15 00
15 00
' 15 50
33 00
33 00
33 00
33 00
33 00
33 00
33 00
33 00
10 00
8 00
4 00
14 00
14 00
12 00
12 00
8 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES)
—Continued.
Vote No. 1*8.—Summoning and Paying Jurors and Wit7iesses—
Continued.
Witness fee,                       do.              2 days = 84, expenses 81.80	
,,,,,,,,,,
Walter Griffiths	
D. Cluness, M.D	
Indian "Sewell"	
Indian "Mary Sewell" ..
do.                                     do.                5   ,,      — 85, expenses 83 	
do.                                     do.                5   „           5,       „          3 	
Indian " Kulkron"	
Indian " Mary Heath"...
John Hill	
do.                                     do.                2   „      = 84, expenses 83	
J. VanVolkenburgh(fore-
W. T. Taylor           [man)
E. J. Newton            ,,
Witness fee,           Regina v. Whan King, 3 days = 87.50, exps. 811.10
do.                                     do.                     3   ,,           7.50,   „        11.10
do.                                     do.                     3   „           7.50,   „        11.10
do.                                     do.                     3   „           7.50,    „        11.10
do.                       Regina v. Ah Tai et al, 3   ,,           7.50,    „        67.50
Indian (* Kahie"	
Indian " Jessie"	
0. H. Evans	
W. Ogden 	
D. Robertson (foreman).
Jury fees,              Regina v. Burke, Rogers, Li Choo, 4 cases @ $15 ....
Summoning witnesses, Regina v. Indian Johnny, 3 days @ 83, & mileage
H Fry	
Serving 2 subpoenas on Indians Joe and Charley, 82, mileage, 81.50....
C Van Allman (foreman)
G Kenny                „
W Thomson           „
C B Brown             „
Do.
J J Downey           „
J Deans                  ,,
T Mitchell
J J Downey           „
J Deans                  ,,
P Coote
C B Brown             ,,
Do.                   ,,
W Thomson           „
J Deans                  ,,
PHaack	
J Bartlett	
J King	
T McDermott  	
do.                                    do.        6   ,,'       do.       and expenses...
do.                                    do.        6   ,,       do.               do.
do.                                 do.        6   ,,       do.              do.
do.                                    do.        6   ,,       do.              do.
do.                   Tessier,             14   ,,      do.             do.
do.                         do.                 14   ,,       do.               do.
do.                         do.                  14   ,,       do.              do.
do.                         do.                 14   ,,       do.              do.
do.                         do.                 14   ,,       do.               do.
do.                         do.                 14   ,,       do.               do.
do.                         do.                 14   ,,       do.               do.
do.                         do.                 14   ,,       do.               do.
do.                         do.                                                       do.
C A Williams	
L Scott 	
J Cole	
Ah Wing   ....
S Buc	
A Bland  ..
C J Stuart...
T Laf ond
Carried forward	
3 26
1    2,627 10 47 Vic.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
29
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
S   cts
$   cts.
R Goater	
J Coigdarippe	
TInge   	
A Wendell	
S T Styles	
GTFox	
W Shears 	
E Dossetter 	
C J Phillips	
Hop Sin	
G F Gosnell	
W Jackson, M.D	
T D Lindsay	
W Marwick 	
W Brown 	
T Evans 	
W Munro 	
Mary Evans	
R H McMillan	
F Sylvester  	
G J Salmon 	
T Stocker 	
A A Aronson	
D R Harris   	
Do	
M H Gibbons   	
Steitz Brothers	
F Foord	
GL Milne, M.D	
H. Sampson	
Mrs. Askew 	
C. P. Navigation Co. .
W H Curren	
F Foord 	
H Sampson 	
D Dale   	
D Jennings 	
J Clark 	
H Davie	
J Bland (Foreman)...
T Styles        „
W D McKillican (foreman)
J Doran ,,
T D Lindsay 	
S Jones 	
P McCormac	
F Van Horst	
W Muller 	
J Menier	
J Richardson	
S Croker 	
J McPhadden  	
W A Hutson	
H Sampson 	
J P Booth	
W Smith	
T Baker	
Louisa Sampson	
Isabel Askew   	
Ah Howy 	
J Grimmer (Foreman)..
Ah Foo 	
C Stanley 	
J Nevins	
A Lamont	
A L 0 Hamilton	
S H Webb (Foreman) ..
A H Wilson 	
W Lister (foreman)	
J Dempsey	
W J French (foreman) .
J Austin 	
H Brantlecht	
D S Milligan	
D Whiteside (foreman).
Ah Tow	
Hov Yim  	
Ah'Chue	
C N Trew, M.D	
Do. 	
Dr. Poi Tong  	
Brought fonvard .
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
—Continued.
Vote No. A8.—Summoning and paging Jurors and Wil
Continued.
do.
Low Tow,
F. Johnson,
Ah Sam,
do.
T. Eaton,
do.
do.
do.
Clark,
Witness fee, Regina v. Low Tow,
do.
Witness, Regina v.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do,
1 day @ $2     	
1   „      do	
1 day @ 82 per day
1
2 days
2   ,.
2 „
3 „
lday
3 days
10
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Wong Foon and others, 11 days (
do.
10 days @
1 day
3 days
3   „
2 ,,
7
per day
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
$4 per day
§4 per day .
2      do.   .
do,
Clark,
Chin Ho,
Ah Sam,
do.
do.
Ah Fook Sing, 1 day
do. 1   „
Ah Foo, 3 days
Ah Moon,     9   ,,
Chin Ho,.      1 day
Wang Fong, 13 days
Plans and drawings of buildings, used in evidence Regina v. Wang Fong
Meals and beds for Jurors, Regina v. Wong Fong	
Meals for Jurors, Regina v. Brown and Moll  	
Notifying witnesses, Regina v. Tessier, 82.50, horse hire, $2.50
Witness fee, Regina v. Susan, an Indian woman	
Serving summonses on sundry witnesses, and mileage	
Witness fee, Regina v. Munroe, 84, mileage, 87.50	
Passage of 3 Indian Witnesses returning to Port Simpson from Victoria
Attendance at Magistrates Court, Salt Spring Island, 2 days @ 82.50....
Notifying witnesses and horse hire 	
Serving subpcenas on Mrs. Askew and Crocker, 84, mileage, 86	
Jurors, re inquest on " Grappler " disaster, 6 men, S days, @ 81.50$ d.
Services as Clerk of Court, Metlakathla, re Indian enquiry, 3 days @ 84
Witness fees, Hegina b.RD Herring, 7 days @82, stagefare, &c., §52.75
Boat hire for witnesses, Regina v. L. Lewis.	
Jury fees, Regina v. Engelbretson	
Do.        Regina v. Munro	
Jury fees, Regina v. Ah Peo and others, Victoria	
do.       Regina v. Munro, do	
Witness fees, Regina v. Kan Chu and others, 2 days @ 82
Arlington,  2 days @ 82 .
do.
do. and expenses.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do. do.        2
do. Oclson,       1 day
do. do. 1   ,,
do. do. 1   ,,
do. do. 1    ,,
do. Munro,       7 days  do.
do. do. 7   ,,
do. do. 7   ,,
do. do. 7   „
do. do. 7   ,,
do. do. 7   ,,
do. do. 7   ,,
do. do. 2   „
do. do. 7   ,,
do. Kai Chu,    1 day.
Jury fees, Regina v. Wm. Johnston	
Lunch provided for Chinese witnesses, Regina v. Sing Lee..
Witness fees, Regina v. Ah Wong, 4 days @ 82, and expenses
do. do.        4   ,,      do. do.
do. do.        4   ,,      do. do.
do. do.        4   ,,       do. do.
Jury fees, Regina v. Ah Wong, 12 @ 81.50 	
Witness fees, Regina v. Johnston, 3 days @ 82, and expenses
Jury fees, Regina v. Gardiner and Oliver	
Witness fees, do. 3 days @ 82     and expenses
Jury fees, Regina v. Hydah Johnny..
do.     Regina u. Mesatche Sam ..
Witness fees, Regina v. Hand, 3 days @ 82, and expenses
do. do. 3   ,, do.
Jury fees, Regina v. Sing Lee
do. 4   „
do. 4   „
do. 1 day
do. 1 day
do.
Witness fees,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Ragina v. Ah Wong, 2 days
Regina v. Sing Lee, 1 day
Carried forward.
3 25
2,627 10
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
6 00
2 00
3 00
20 00
44 00
14 00
20 00
2 00
6 00
6 00
4 00
2 00
2 00
6 00
18 00
2 00
52 00
150 00
91 00
19 50
5 00
4 00
17 50
11 50
18 00
5 00
5 50
10 00
72 00
12 00
66 75
1 00
18 00
18 00
18 00
18 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
8 25
3 25
3 25
3 25
19 00
19 00
19 00
19 00
19 00
19 00
19 00
4 00
20 50
1 00
18 00
1 00
10 00
10 oo
10 00
10 00
18 00
9 0C
18 0C
9 00
18 00
18 0C
9 0C
9 0C
18 00
4 0C
4 00
1 OC
4 0C
8 0C
2 00
3,808 35 30
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 80th June, 1888.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
3 25
3,808 35
8 00
4 00
9 00
2 00
28 50
60
6 00
2 00
168 10
19 50
4 00
5 00
4 00
1 00
30 60
20 50
20 50
16 00
16 00
5 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
4 00
6 00
6 00
4 40
3 80
2 00
6 80
4 00
6 00
6 00
12 00
2 00
6 00
2 00
8 60
1 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
79 50
4 00
4 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
4 00
8 00
30 50
30 50
24 00
35 60
47 00
46 00
59 25
148 60
48 00
45 60
61 60
77 25
3 00
8 25
25
110 05
4 00
4 80
9 90
15 00
12 00
12 00
4 00
2 00
14 00
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES)
—Continued.
Vote No. hS.—Summoning and paging Jurors and Witnesses-
Concluded.
Ah Tien	
E J Thain	
J Webb	
W L LeBallister	
Do.            	
H Fry	
Horse and buggy hire for Govt. Agent summoning jurors, Nanaimo...
do.                   bringing D. McLachlan (sick) to give evidence...
Witness fees,  Regina v. Ye Long, 5 days @ S4, mileage, 810.50 (expert)
do.                           do.                  5    „            2       do.        10.50	
do.                           do.                  5    „            2       do.        10.50	
do.                         do.                 5   „           2       do.         6     	
N F Foster	
Dr. W W Walkem	
James Ritch (Indian) . ..
Charley Kulkwon ,,    ...
do.                         do.                1   „           1        	
Dr. W W Walkem	
"Kopolock" (Indian)	
Quackelton        ,,      ....
A Fuller	
do.       Regina v. Clackak and Whattan, 3 days @ 81, and expenses
do.                      do.                         do.       3   ,,           1            do.
do.       Regina v. Edward Byron, 1 day @ 82, mileage, 82.40	
do.                             do.                  1   „         2       do.       1.80	
do.                             do.                  1   ,,          2      :  	
C York  	
R Watkins                	
do.       Regina v. Ye Chong & Ye Kan, 2 days @ 82, mileage, 81.80
Ann Summerhayes	
Dr. W W Walkem 	
R Glenn ..          	
Mrs. R Whitfield	
do.           do.       Edward Byron,                1   ,,           2 mileage, 81.50
Harry Kollsalis (Indian).
do.          do.       Ye Chong and Ye Kaw, 2 days      1 mileage §1  ..
do.            do.                       do.                        2   ,,           1        do.
do.           do.                     do.                      2   ,,           1       do.
do.           do.                     do.                      2   ,,           1       do.
W E McCartney 	
H Elliott ,	
J Velatti	
do.                       do.             1   ,,        2	
do.                         do.              1   ,,        2	
Chief "Toosev" „   	
"Little Charlie",,   	
"Captain"          „   	
do.                              do.                2 days     1, expenses, 86 	
do.     Reg. v. Indians Twentyman& Jackey, 10 d. @$1, ^expenses
do.                    do.                       do.            10 ,,        1      do.
do.      Regina u. Indian Chock alias Jack,    11 ,,        1       do.
do.                  do.       Twentyman & Jackey, 13 ,,        1      do.
do.                   do.                           do.            2 ,,        1      do.
do.                  do.       Chock alias Jack,       10 ,,        1      do.
Witness fees, Reg. v. Indians Twentyman & Jackey, 10 d. @ 83 & exp.
do.                    do.                           do.                9 ,,        3      do.
do.                    do.                           do.                7 .,        3      do.
do.                    do.                           do.                9 ,,        3      do.
H 0 Bowe	
"Seotty" (Indian)	
"Sally"         „
AH Masters, M.D	
3 days professional evidence, Regina v. Peter Hand, 812, mileage, 82..
6,217 50
3 25
5,217 50 47 Vic.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
31
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
§   cts
§   cts.
8 26
5,217 50
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
—Continued.
Vote ATo. J$.—Prosecutions and Interpreters.
10 00
110 00
3 00
2 00
35 00
1 50
1 60
1 50
7 60
7 50
6 00
2 50
2 50
2 50
5 00
4 00
4 00
120 00
10 00
3 00
1,500 00
90 00
150 00
250 00
50 00
175 00
4 00
3 00
8 00
17 50
2 50
2 50
12 00
12 00
5 00
7 50
10 00
1 25
2 50
1 60
2 50
5 00
8 00
97 60
2 00
2 50
2 50
2 50
5 00
7 50
2 50
5 00
M. W. T. Drake	
Ah Wing	
Louis Farlandeau	
H. Chung 	
Indian "Billy"	
Indian " Tom"	
W. F, Herre	
do.                       do.       Bell	
Professional services as Crown prosecutor at Nanaimo Assize  	
A D T McElmen	
W Pollard	
Professional services as Crown Prosecutor at Richfield, Clinton, Kamloops, Lytton, and New West. Assizes, $1,140, travelling ex. $360
G E Corbould 	
do.                                do.                  New Westminster Assizes
D M Eberts  	
J Coigdarippe	
L C Ling	
do.                      during Victoria Assizes, 7 days @ §2.50	
Ah Kim	
TH Jackson	
Chin Ah You	
Ah Chue	
L Farlardean	
Indian "Michell"   	
L Good 	
do.                         do.         Indians Twentyman, Jackey, & Chok
do.                        do,             do.                 do.        & expenses
"Toccatam" (Indian)	
do.                      	
do.                         do.         Swapgin, Pasca Joe, and Ah You...
W D Ferris, Jr	
Vote No. 50.—Expenses of Inquests.
2,784 75
12 00
2 50
12 40
5 00
2 00
14 60
17 60
10 00
15 00
16 00
16 60
5 00
11 60
10 00
10 00
6 00
1 50
4 50
1 50
21 00
22 50
5 00
8 00
11 50
16 00
Henry Marriner 	
Services as special constable,            do.          	
D. Cluness, M.D	
Holding inquest on the body of Henry Adams, S10, mileage $2.40
Buggy hire for Constable to Wellington, inquest on Adams	
C. W. Horth	
T Munro	
C. N. Trew, M.D	
Do.             	
Do.             	
Holding inquest on the body of Indian Mary, $10, mileage $4.60	
Do.                     do.               do.   Emma, 10,       ,,        7.60	
Post-mortem examination,                  do.
Team hire for Coroner and Constable to 71 mile post, to hold inquest
on body of A. Yearxa, 2 days @ 88 per day
S J Tunstall, M.D	
G Baillie	
Meals and bed for Coroner Dewdney  	
D Cluness, M.D	
CN Trew, M.D	
J A Sievewright, M.D...
Post-mortem examination and evidence at inquest on body of Charlie
"Jaek"& "Charlie"(Ind.)
Canoe hire                       do.                              do.
"Tom" (Indian) 	
E BC Hanington, M.D..
Assisting Constable at     do.                              do
Services at                       do.                              do.             	
Post-mortem examination on body of Michael Shea, $10, mileage,"$11..
Meals and horse keep, 7 Jurors and 2 witnesses at inquest of A. Yearxa
Carriage hire for Constable at inquest on body of S, K. Lowe
Services summoning Jury, and Constable at inquest at Kootenay   	
Holding inquest on body of Ling Sing, Moodyville, $10,  mileage, $1.50
C Horth	
J E Lord	
Carried forward	
1          3 25
255 80
8,002 25 32
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to SOth June, 1883.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
J Miller	
G Baillie	
KHA Caron
T McK Lambly ...
C N Trew, M.D ...
Do.
J Wiggins	
JG Bunte	
D Cluness, M.D  ..
J Ganner  	
B 0 Express Co...
J E Moore	
H O Bowe	
D Mordburg	
A Boiatano  	
J Rosetti   	
C Connor 	
WH Wright	
Dr Hanvej'	
J H Hart  	
B C Express Co  ..
G Tuttle	
Ley Bing   	
C P Navigation Co
Do.
L R Mclnnes, M.D
E F Holt	
C N Trew, M.D ...
0 Parent 	
R H Pidcock	
B C Express Co .,.
H Price	
W. S. Louttit	
N. F. Foster	
W. Tinsen	
J D Campbell  	
Mrs Calvert	
C. C. Fox	
W.Smith	
P. J. Houlihan	
"Daily Standard"  	
J. J. Wilson	
W. Walker	
Neuf elder & Ross	
H C Wilson 	
Victoria Water Works...
A & Wilson 	
Victoria Gas Co	
G F D Simpson   	
VanVolkenburgh & Co..
Belmont Boot & Shoe Co.
Hall & Goepel	
E B Marvin 	
P Steele 	
Langley & Co 	
W T Drake	
J Drout 	
Isaacs & Co  	
Engelhardt & Co	
Gerow & Robertson	
P McQuade & Son 	
G Vienna  	
T Flewin	
C Pardoe    	
E Marvin 	
T. R. Mitchell	
Mathews, Richards &Tye
Borde & Morley	
W J Jeffree 	
J Miller	
DB Grant	
Indian "Tom"   	
B H Wilson	
J Fletcher & Co 	
J J Ballantine	
J Normansell  	
Brougk t forward.
VII.
-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
— Continued.
Vote No. 50.—Expenses of Inquests.—Concluded.
Meals for prisoner and witnesses at Granville lock-up, and inquest on
body of Emma, by C. N. Trew	
Meals & bed for Coroner & Supt. of Police, inquest on body of Ye Fook
Stationery, &c, at inquest on body of Ye Fook	
Travelling expenses of self and two assistants, inquest on body of A
Dewar, $80, lumber for coffin, $4.10	
Medical testimony at inquest on body of Ah Loon	
Holding inquest on body of R. Bailey	
Services as Constable, do	
Burial of j do	
Holding inquest on body of H. Hindley, $10, travelling expenses, $2.40
Stage fare for Constable Stuart and A. Dick, inquest on H. Hindley.
Team hire, 2 days, for Coroner Dewdney holding inquest on M. Shea
Expenses attending inquest and acting as Jury on bodies of two Chinese
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
Post-mortem examination on the body of Yee Fook	
Making coffin to convey body of Ah Fook to New West. for examination
Conveying Ley Bing in charge of   do.          Lytton to Yale, and return
Meals for       do.                               do.                              do.
Services from Lytton to New West. do.       and allowance for meals, &c
Passage, meals, and bed for Ley Bing, New Westminster to Yale	
do. do. do.       $6.75, freight on coffin, $10...
Post-mortem examination on body of R. Bailey, and evidence at inquest
Conveying body of Ah Fook to cemetery	
Post-mortem examination on body of Ah Fook (decomposed)   	
Rent of room, holding' inquest on body at Burrard Inlet	
Holding inquest on body of James Somerville, $10, mileage, $1.50..
Stage fare, Yale to Lytton, and Lytton to Nicomin, and return Lytton
to Yale, inquest on A. Yearxa	
Vote No. 53.—Keep of Prisoneis.
Cordwood, Esquimalt Lock-up 	
1 case coal oil, broom, and bucket, Esquimalt Lock-up .
Cordwood, do.
Coal, do.
Board for prisoners, do.
Cordwood, do.
Milk, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883, Victoria Gaol .
Cleaning yard and latrines,        do. do.
Cordwood, do. do.	
Advertising Gaol supplies, do. 	
Bread, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883,       do	
Coal, Victoria Gaol 	
Groceries, &c, 1st July, 18S2, to 30th June,'lSS3, Victoria Gaol	
Tin plates, cups, and spoons, &e., do.        	
Water sxrpply, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883,    r    w    do	
Stove piping, kitchen utensils, &c., do.        	
Gas supplied, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883, do	
3 Smith & Westor's pistols and ammunition for police use 	
Meat and vegetables, 1st July, 1882, to SOth June, 1883, Victoria Gaol
Leather, &c., Victoria Gaol   	
Coal, do. 	
Lime, paint, &c.,       do. 	
Brandy for sick prisoners, Victoria Gaol	
Medicines, do.        	
Coal, do	
Bread, do	
100 cartridges, do	
Coal, do	
Repairing leg-irons, do	
Sundry articles, do.        	
Eggs & grapes for sick prisoners, do	
Rum for do. do	
Repairing revolver, do.        	
Leg-irons and handcuffs do.        	
Glazing windows, do.
Handcuffs, tools, &c, do	
Repairing tools, do.        	
Clothing, blankets, brogans, &c. do	
Board of prisoners, Burrard Inlet lock-up	
Stove, blankets, coal oil, &c., do. 	
Cleaning rubbish around do.
Sundries, do. 	
Soap for lock-up at McDame Creek 	
Coal oil, candles, &c., for lock-up at Glenora  	
Cordwood, do. 	
Carried forward.
3 25
13 50
10 OC
3 50
84 10
5 0C
10 00
2 50
25 00
12 40
2 00
20 00
2 50
2 50
2 50
2 50
2 50
2 60
2 50
10 00
14 00
52 50
3 60
24 50
8 00
16 75
10 00
4 50
60 00
2 00
11 50
59 50
10 00
10 00
12 00
13 00
14 26
10 00
91 25
144 00
216 75
12 50
671 22
32 00
446 49
36 50
300 00
102 70
513 80
45 00
464 78
67 67
96 00
9 25
3 00
241 35
32 00
179 74
2 26
47 00
4 00
36 03
1 75
75
75
40 00
75
47 75
72 24
803 55
68 75
45 35
3 00
32 55
1 00
22 00
75 00
4,979 62
728 06
8,730 30 47 Vic        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
33
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
8   cts.
$   cts.
James Lindsay	
Dick&Tusy(Indians)...
J. Austin	
S. A. Rogers	
Mason & Daly	
John Murray	
E Deslorier  	
H Brown   	
J Cunningham & Co ...
W L Jones	
Veith, Borland & Co....
W. H. Keary	
Van Volkenburgh & Co.
J. Robertson	
J. Ibbotson,	
L. Willie	
C G Major	
A. Peele	
E. Brown	
W. Blackie	
Scoullar & Co	
C. McDonough	
Royal City Mills	
H. Elliott	
Prout & Beckwith	
R. Thomas	
FEickhoff	
Steamer "R. P. Rithet"
T R Pearson	
Hudson Bay Co	
M Harvey	
A M Herring	
R Dickinson	
f Cunningham 	
Nelson Brothers	
D McPhadden	
E F Holt	
Trapp Brothers  	
D S Curtis & Co	
J H Pleace & Co	
E Brown	
A Masters, M.D	
C Phair	
J Miller	
Mun Lee	
W Wilson	
Indian "Klepp" 	
Renwick & Home 	
J Abrams	
C L Smith	
J. O'Brian	
A. Mayer & Co	
C. Karst	
E. Quennell	
J H Pleace	
J. Beaven   	
J Whitfield   	
"Free Press"	
J Canessa	
J W Stirtan	
J. Rodello	
J Price   	
G. Baillie	
B C Express Co	
E Marvin   	
J Mclntyre   	
H. B. Roycraft	
W Dewdney	
Yale Water Works	
W. E. McCartney	
Hudson Bay Co	
J DFrickelton, M.D...
J McBride	
BRelagliotti	
EBHanington, M.D...
H B Dart 	
F. Soues	
F. W. Foster	
U Nelson  	
J Smith	
Indian woman	
J McCully	
Brought forward.
VII.-
-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES)
—Continued.
Vote No. 53.—Keep of Prisoners.—Continued.
Prison supply, Richfield Gaol, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883 .
Allowance for keep,
7 cords of wood,
Broom,
Cotton for mattresses,
Making mattresses,
Wood,
Stove,
One pair of handcuffs,
Blankets,
Coal oil, candles, &c.,
do.
do	
do	
shirts, socks, &c, Richfield Gaol ...
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Keithley Lock-up .
Blank books and stationery, New Westminster Gaol
1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1
Meat and vegetables, do.
Rivets, 50lbs. do.
Fish, do.
Bread, do ,
Thread, yarn, nails, &c, do	
Medicines, do	
1 cask, do	
New leg-irons, and repairs to old, New Westminster Gaol
Tinware, box stove, and sundries, do.
Clothing, blankets, and groceries, do.
Lumber, do.
Wood, do.
Milk supplied do.
Leather and findings, do.
50 hooks and Syringe, do.
Freight on meat, do.
Stationery, do.
Freight on meat, &c., do.
Bread, do.
One truss, do.
Meat and vegetables, do.
Repairs to boiler and handcuffs, do.
Meat and vegetables, do.
Groceries, etc., do.
Expressage, do.
Tools, bolts, nails, etc., do.
Medicines, etc., do.
Six dozen hooks, do.
Brandy for sick prisoners, do.
Medical attendance, Burrard Inlet Gaol	
Board of prisoners, Lillooet Gaol	
do. do. 	
do. do. 	
Bricks, and castings for grates, etc., Nanaimo Gaol.
Salmon,
Sharpening tools for convicts,
Brogans and socks,
Paint and turpentine,
Coal,
Groceries,
Bread,
Meat and vegetables,
Grindstone,
Coal,
Brogans,
Advertising supplies for
Fish,
Water supplied
3 pairs blankets, Comox Gaol,  	
Riveting irons on prisoners, Lytton Gaol
Prison supply, do.
Freight on leg-irons & handcuffs, do.
Two pairs of handcuffs, do.
Water buckets, stove polish, etc., do.
Prison supply, Yale Gaol 	
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Do.
do.
Water supply,
do.
Medicines,
do.
Sundries,
do.
Medical attendance,
do.
Hardware,
do.
Wood,
do.
Medical attendance,
do.
Use of room for Indian prisoners at Boston Bar..
Prison supply, Clinton Gaol   	
Sundries, do. 	
Clothing, do. 	
Meals for prisoner, do. 	
Washing blankets, do. 	
Making leg-irons, taking off and putting on same
Carried forward..
12 00
4,979 62
725 00
30 00
26 25
1 25
57 50
5 00
61 00
15 00
6 80
7 00
23 00
33 12
350 44
15 50
46 06
390 28
13 75
177 00
5 76
78 50
125 38
708 22
31 62
615 75
16 67
180 93
4 75
3 00
12 37
31 25
334 68
4 00
176 64
17 50
99 05
347 56
1 00
78 27
6 00
2 25
8 00
6 50
8 00
1 00
4 00
14 62
75
5 00
15 60
2 75
9 50
199 77
187 65
160 13
1 56
55 25
14 40
4 00
1 25
8 00
12 00
1 00
103 00
1 50
15 00
3 50
359 75
291 50
24 00
29 75
22 44
4 00
3 00
45 00
50 00
3 00
213 00
11 75
32 25
1 00
2 50
30 00
16 50 11,811 28
5.730 30
S.730 30 34
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
$   cts.
Indian "Joe"	
J. Clearihue	
J. Gordon	
Calbreath, Grant & Cook
Indian "Johnny"	
J St Laurent	
G Pickard	
J McLean	
J K Barker 	
J A Mara	
G C Tunstall 	
James Guerin	
B C Express Co  	
J McConnell	
J Rudland	
John McLean	
Henry Brown	
J G Taylor	
Mason & Daly	
W Selleck	
P Brady	
T H Giffin	
Marshall & Smith  	
J A Clarke	
Calbreath, Grant & Cook
L. P. Lewis	
Do	
Do	
A. D. Walker	
Indian " Kawawyix"...
Indian " Michelle' 	
Indian " Nellimen"	
Indian "Billy"	
P. Aneas	
J. O'Brien	
John Carrogher	
J. L. Smith	
D. A. N. Ogilvy	
John Winger	
E. Hodges	
John Sullivan	
P. Carr	
D. McGregor	
L. Thornber.	
Indians 'Joe' & 'Charlie1
Indian " Jim"	
John McKay	
Geo. Schuler	
James McConnell	
Do. 	
John Merritt	
George Lough	
J. O'Brian	
J. C. Fernehough	
W.Evans	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
J. A. Barry	
J. Musselwhite	
J. Harcourt	
A. Letray	
J. Harcourt	
Do	
Do	
Indian "Luke"	
W. S. Wilkie	
James McAuley	
S. Archer	
C.H.Blake	
Brought forward .
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES)
—Continued.
Vote No. 53.—Keep of Prisoners.—Concluded.
15 cords wood, Laketon Gaol, @ $3.50	
Soap, coal oil, etc., do. 	
Repairing stove, etc., do. 	
Sundries, do. 	
Wood, do. 	
Supplies to prisoners, Quesnelle Gaol	
Wood, do	
Supplies to prisoners	
Wood	
Broom, buckets, candles, etc., Kamloops Gaol	
Prison supply, do. 	
2 sets leg-irons and repairing, do. 	
Expressage on hand-cuffs, do. 	
Board for prisoner Indian Johnny, Osoyoos Gaol	
One stove and pipe, Metlakathla Gaol	
Vote No. 5k.—Rents.
2.50
Rent of room for County Court, Quesnelle	
Rent of 2 rooms, Richfield assize 	
Rent of house at Esquimalt for Constable, 1 year   	
do.       at Richfield, during building of new Court House	
Allowance for rent of ground occupied by Esquimalt lock-up, 3 years..
Rent of lock-up, Telegraph Creekt 4 months, to 31st October, 1883	
do. Glenora, 6 months, 1st Nov., 1882, to SOth April, 1S83
Rent of room for Grand Jury	
Rent of lock-up at Port Moody, 1 month and 6 days	
do. Telegraph Creek, 2 months, 1st May to 30th June, 1883
Vote No. 55.—Special Constables.
Assisting to arrest Brown and Mull, Victoria Gaol	
Special Constable, 4£ days @ $2.50 	
do. Victoria assize, 6 days @ $2.50 	
In pursuit of Galls and Jules, l£ days	
Assisting to arrest Jules,        1     ,,     	
do. do. 1     ,,     	
Services bringing Galls to Kamloops, including horse hire, 4 days @$3.50
do.     assisting to arrest Galls, do. 4
do. do. do. 2
In charge of Gaol, Kamloops, 3
do. do. i
do. do. 3
Special Constable, Victoria assize, . 7
do. do. 9
do. do. & taking pris'nrs to N. W., 13
do. do. 11
do. do. 11
Special Constable, New Westminster Gaol, 13 days @ $2.50
do, do. 	
do. with prisoner Graham from Chemainus..
do. assisting to arrest Indian Mary, Nicola, 5 days @$2.50
do. Lytton, during Const. Hussey's absence, 7',, 2.r-0
do. do. do. 3 days $7-50, 1 day $3
do. arresting Indian Johnny at Kettle River, and in charge
of gaol, 13 days, $39; mileage, 120 miles, $30	
Taking Indian Johnny from Osoyoos to N. West. Gaol, 19 days @ $3
In charge of Jury, Kamloops, 3 days @ $2.50 *.	
do.     Gaol,        do.       4i   „ 2.50	
do.       do. do.       2|   „ 2.50    	
do.    prisoner from Kamloops to N. W., and return, 21 days @ $3
At Yale Assize, and in charge of 3 prisoners to N. W. Gaol, 9   ,',     2.5C
Attending County Court, and searching for dead bodies in   Fraser
River, 3 days @ $2.50 ,
Taking prisoners Buzzie and Morris to New West. Gaol, 7 days @ $2.50
Taking prisoner Ah Sam to do. 3   ,, ,,
In charge of Yale Gaol during Con. Roycraft's illness,   13   ,, ,,
With Constable Roycraft to arrest 8 Chinamen, 2   ,, ,,
Arresting Indian Sam, 1 day	
At Boston Bar, reception of Governor-General, 3 days	
Assisting Constable Roycraft, Yale	
Special Constable, 8 days @ $2.50; expenses $2.50	
In charge of Wang King Yo, 6 days @ $2.50	
Services at Boston Bar,        10   ,, 2.50	
do. 2   „ 1.50	
In charge of a Chinese prisoner	
In charge of Gaol, Yale, during Constable Kirkup's absence collecting
At Richfield Assizes, 5 days @ $3 =$15; in charge of Gaol at Richfield
during absence of Constable Lindsay, 36 days @ $2.50=$90
Services as Special Watchman, i\ days @ $2.50	
Carried forward.
40 00
52 50
23 50
12 00
3 75
47 25
12 00
8 00
2 00
25 00
15 99
322 26
19 00
1 00
5 00
14 50
10 00
20 00
144 00
50 00
60 00
20 00
60 00
5 00
14 40
10 00
2 50
11 25
15 0C
3 75
2 0C
2 00
14 00
14 00
7 00
7 50
2 50
7 50
17 5C
22 50
32 6C
27 5C
27 5C
32 50
12 00
16 00
12 50
17 50
10 50
69 00
57 00
7 50
11 25
6 25
63 0C
22 50
7 60
17 50
7 50
32 50
5 00
3 00
9 00
2 50
22 6C
15 0C
25 00
8 00
2 00
47 50
105 00
11 25
125 50   869 75 21,498 72
8,730 30
12,375 02
393 40 47 Vic.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
35
TO WHOM PAID,
FOE WHAT SEEVICB.
Arrears,
8   cts
8   cts
8   ots.
125 50
869.75
6 00
6 00
6 00
6 00
6 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
6 00
6 00
6 00
3 00
6 00
6 00
6 00
10 00
60 00
2 50
24 00
24 00
15 00
48 00
3 00
6 00
6 00
2 50
18 00
7 00
6 00
12 50
7 60
230 00
12 00
6 25
6 25
6 25
20 00
8 75
31 50
9 50
40 00
33 00
15 00
24 00
6 00
8 75
15 00
18 00
15 00
15 00
6 00
12 00
52 00
10 00
7 60
5 00
17 50
17 50
15 00
2 50
3 00
17 50
3 00
25 00
28 00
28 00
120 00
68 00
24 00
24 00
68 00
104 00
28 00
4 00
30 00
3 00
60 00
39 00
21,498 72
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHEE THAN SALARIES)
—Continued.
Vote No. 55.—Special Constables.—Continued.
E. Liddell	
A. Peatt	
C. Blake	
J. Rodello	
C. H. Blake	
At Victoria Gaol, sundry times during illness of officers, 24 days @ $2.50
P. W. Mclntyre	
Assisting Constable McConnell conveying Indian from Osoyoos to Hope
T Benton 	
do.     at Yale during illness of Constable Roycraft, 92 days @ 82.50..
do.     in charge of Pasco Joe at Spence's Bridge, 4 days @ S3	
do.     at Justice of the Peace Court, Salt Spring Island, 2 days, and in
charge of prisoner Munro, Salt Spring I. to Victoria, 6   ,,   @ 82.50
S Allen (Indian)	
do.     in charge of prisoner from Nass River, & return, 21 days @ 81.50
do.      during Con. Kirkup's absence from Yale, 16 days @ 82.50	
do.     at Burrard Inlet,                                         11   „          3       	
do.     at Lytton,                                                      6   ,,           2.50 	
do.     in charge of gaol at Lillooet,                    16   ,,          1.50 	
do.     at the Gorge,                                                 2   ,,           2.50 	
do.             do.                                                     1$ „          2.50 	
do.     searching for Chilcotin murderers,             5   ,,           3       ....
do.                                           do.                             6   „           3       	
do.                                           do.                             [5   ,,           3       	
do.                                           do.                             5   ,,           3       	
do.     guarding Indian prisoner "Twentyman," 2   ,,           3       ....
do.      capturing Chilcotin murderers,                   4   ,,           3
do.     in charge of 2 prisoners, Skeenato Vict., 26   ,,           2       ....
do.     at Victoria Gaol,                                            4   ,,           2.50 	
do.     in charge of Lewis,                                       3   ,,           2.50 ....
T Fisher	
C Phair	
DAN Ogilvy 	
"Nil Tarish" (Indian)   ..
J D Ford  	
G Kier   	
H Davie	
JED Walker	
Do	
do.     at New Westminster Gaol during Assizes, 7 days @ 82.50	
G Eiehley	
J W Burr 	
do.     during absence of Constable Kirkup from Yale, 7 days @ 82.50
H H Burr	
C McMillan  	
do.     taking prisoners from Yale to Lytton Assizes, & to New West.
J K Calbreath	
W Boyd 	
do.     guarding prisoners awaiting trial in Clinton Gaol, 40 days @ 83
do.                           do.              6   „          4	
B F English	
F English	
JMcCauly	
do.     assisting Constable Hussey,         10   ,,          3
J Mitchell	
do.                       do.                    do.   13   „          3	
125 50
2,534 50
21,498 72 36
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30tlt June, 1883.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOE WHAT SEEVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
8   cts.
8   cts.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
J. E. Insley	
H. B. Dart	
J. Wiggins	
W. Young	
T. Anderson	
N. L. McColl	
Str. Gertrude	
Str. Enterprise ....
California Hotel ...
Str. Western Slope.
Mrs. York	
E. F. Holt	
E. J. Roberts	
A. Peatt	
A. McDonald	
B. Price	
J. Ackerman	
T. Buntin	
Hautier & Phillips .
A. F. Hautier	
J. C. Calbreath
H. B. Dart	
Do	
E. Elley	
E. Connell	
W. L. Meason	
Do	
Hamilton & Giffin.
P. C. Dunlevy ....
S. H. Bohannon...
J. McLean	
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES)
—Continued.
I Brown	
Indian "Tom"	
H Eoxbury 	
T Fisher	
E Mitchell	
T Cotter	
W Vianen	
J H Arthur 	
D McBroom	
T Paine	
Indian "Tom"	
T Lehman	
Indian "Nahamcheen"
Indian chief "John" ..
,, "Georgie"
P Ellison  	
George Francis	
W. G. Bowman	
A. W. Lawson	
J. T. Howard	
F. Raymond	
Pioneer Line Steamers.
Brought forward.
J. W. Hennesey
J. Wriglesworth	
J. E. Insley	
J. Miller	
J. J. Russell	
Fletcher & McNaughten
B. C. Express Co.
Do.
Do.   -
Do.
Services
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Oo.
Vote No. 55—Special Constables—Concluded.
' 82.50..
as assistant Guard at Nanaimo, 30 days
Regina v. Ah Kee	
as special constable and guard in New West. Gaol, 32 d. @ 82.50
at Burrard Inlet during absence of Constable Miller, 8 d.
Searching for body of Richard Bailey	
do. do. 	
do. do. 	
do. do. 	
in New Westminster Gaol  	
in the case of Anderson and Desmone, 3 days @ 83.50 ...
at Burrard Inlet, 5 days 	
at Port Moody	
arresting and bringing to Osoyoos George Shuttleworth .
assisting do. do.
taking message from Osoyoos to Similkameen	
searching for Chinaman alias Smart Alick, 75 days @ 84.
Vote No. 56.—Transport of Prisoners and Constables.
Carriage hire, Constables to Metchosin, and return	
do. Superintendent of Police and Constables, 3 months
do. do. do.       April to June, 1882
do. do. do.       3 months	
do. do. do.       1 month	
Passage, meals, and bed for Constable Evans and 3 prisoners, Yale to
New Westminster, and return	
Passage, meals, and bed for Constable Evans and 2 prisoners, Yale to
New Westminster, and return	
Passage, meals, and bed for Supt. Todd, Victoria to Yale, and return.,
do. do. do.       and Constable, Yale to New West.
do. do. Constable Evans, New Westminster to Yale
do. do. Constable Kirkup and 8 Chinese prisoners,
Yale to New Westminster	
Passage, meals, and bed for Constable Evans & 2 prisoners, Yale to N. W,
do. do. do.       Kirkup and3prisoners,     do.
do. do. Supt. Todd, attending Yale Assize	
Passage and meals do. to and from New Westminster
Meals and bed for Constable Evans	
Provisions for Constables Blake and Lewis.
Meals and bed for Superintendent Todd...
Carriage hire do. to Agricultural grounds & return
do. do. and Constables, July to Sept...
Stage hire and meals for Constable Lindsay and prisoners, Stanley to
Richfield	
Stage fare for Constable Hussey and prisoner Bossi, Lytton to Yale
Do. Constables and prisoners	
Do. and horse hire for Superintendent Todd	
Do. Constable Miller and 2 prisoners,  Yale to Lytton, and
return of Miller	
Meals and bed for Constable Miller, Yale	
Do. do. 	
Passages to Ladner's Landing	
Boat hire for Constable Campbell, July to October	
Express do. 	
Horse hire for Supt. of Police and Constable Miller	
Passage and meals       do. do. 	
Do. do.       Victoria to New Westminster	
Meals and bed do.       Yale	
Passage and meals       do. 	
Meals, bed, and canoe hire for Supt. Todd, Constable, and 3 prisoners
Express to and from the Penitentiary, New Westminster	
Meals, beds, and canoe hire, Nanaimo, for Henry Fry and Constable
Bloomfield, enquiry re late Capt. Wake
Meals and bed for Constable Campbell	
Express hire 	
Supplies for Constable in charge of prisoners from Osoyoos, June, 1882
Meals and bed for Constable Rogers and prisoners, Salt Spring I., 3 '
Meals and bed for Constable Hussey	
Do. do. 	
Hire of team, do. 2 days	
Horse hire for Constable Giffin, Cassiar 	
Conveyance of Constable Harcourt and Chinese prisoner from Boston
Bar to Yale, and return of Constable..
Meals and supplies for same service.'	
Meals and bed for Constable Harcourt	
Do. do. 	
Horse hire for Government Agent Soues...
Meals for prisoner Haines	
Meals, bed, and horse feed, Const. Livingstone, Eeg. v. Haines & Johnny
Do. do. do
Do. do. do
Do. do. do
Carried forward	
2,534 50 21,498 72
9 10
10 50
153 10
75 00
2 50
80 00
24 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
10 50
8 50
10 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
300 00
7 50
21 50
8 00
8 00
7 25
25 25
24 25
14 75
10 50
7 25
37 00
22 75
24 00
18 75
9 50
1 50
5 95
7 00
2 00
8 50
13 50
36 50
48 00
9 00
63 00
1 50
7 25
18 00
9 00
1 00
6 00
3 00
6 75
12 00
10 50
27 50
1 00
15 50
1 50
1 00
9 10
10 50
2 25
1 60
15 00
15 00
18 00
14 50
1 50
1 60
24 00
4 00
8 75
6 60
5
8 00
3,075 00
694 80
24,573 72 47 Vic.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
37
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
$   cts
§   cts.
J. Boyd	
Fletcher & McNaughten
Mason & Daly	
R. Evans 	
J. Denny	
W. Livingstone	
B. C. Express Co	
Do. 	
Str. Gertrude	
J. W. D. Hennesey	
T. Greenhow	
J. Boyd	
J. B. Leighton	
Guy Tuttle	
John Austin	
Str. W. G. Hunt	
John Maclure	
Str. Gertrude	
Pioneer Line	
Do	
Brought forward.
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
—Continued.
Vote No. 5Q—Transport of Prisoners and Constables.— Continued.
Meals, bed, and horse feed, Const. Livingstone, Reg. v. Haines & Johnny
Do.
Horse feed,
Meals,
Bed,
Horse hire, 12 days @ $2.50
Do.
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Colonial Hotel	
C. W. Horth	
Indians 'Joe' & 'Charley'
B. C. Express Co.
Do.
Do. 	
Peterson & Spelman....
George Tuttle	
T. H. Forester & Co....
Plumb & Anderson.'....
John Evans	
Indian " Lequinto"	
J. Place	
Wm. Mclntyre.	
John Austin	
McGirr & Davis	
H.B. Dart	
Forester & Co	
Henry Blackford	
A. F. Hautier	
B. C. Express Co	
J J Russell	
Steamer W G Hunt   ...
U. S. Rev. Str. Wolcott
J Barrj 	
J Lomax   	
W C White   	
P Rouse :	
Steamer Princess Louise
J McConnell	
Pioneer Line Steamers ..
J James	
S W Daggott   	
Pioneet Line Steamers ..
J Wardle   	
Indian "Joe"   	
Steamer Ada   	
J C McKay   	
Steamer Princess Louise
W Jensen 	
Steamer W G Hunt ..
Do.
do. do
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. .do.
Stage fare, Bridge Ck. toClinton, do. do.
Stage fare, meals, and bed for Constable Fernhough, New West, to Yale
Passage, meals, and bed for Constable Macauley and 2 prisoners
Meals for Constable Evans	
Beds and horse keep, Constable arresting " Coyote Louis "	
Meals for 2 Chinese prisoners	
Stage fare for Constable Hall and 2 prisoners, Kamloops to Cache Creek
Meals and bed for Supt. Todd,       Yale Assize	
Do. do. August 26th to November 30th	
Passage, meals, andbed, do. and prisoner Engelbratson	
Meals, bed, & horse hire, do. and Constable Miller	
Passage and meals for Constable Miller	
Do. do. and prisoners	
Do. Supt. Todd and prisoners	
Do. do.       Constables, and prisoners	
Do. Gaoler Moresby and prisoners, N.W. to Yale & r'tn.
Do. Constable Hussey and prisoners	
Do. do. 	
Do. Constable Kirkup to New Westminster and return
Meals and bed for Constable Miller and prisoners, July to December.
Carriage hire for Constable Stewart, Nanaimo	
Horse hire and meals bringing prisoner Graham from Chemainus to
Nanaimo	
Stage fare, Constable Hull, Yale to Cache Creek	
Do. do.       Fernhough & Hull, with prisoners from Cache)
Creek to Yale  $215 \
Do.       and horse hire for Constables Kirkup and Roycraft.      69 j
Meals and bed, Constable Fernhough	
Do. Constable Moresby	
Meals for Superintendent Todd and do	
Meals and .bed for Constable Moresby and prisoners	
Conveying prisoner Wang King Yo from Camp No. 24 to Boston Bar ..
Canoe hire for Constable Kirkup	
Meals and horse keep for Constable Hussey	
Do. do
Meals and bed
Bed
Mea's,
Meals
Team hire
Tor.se hire
and bed
do.
do.
do.
A Cushon	
D Stephenson ..
B C Express Co
W Ellis 	
J McLean   	
PC Dunlevy	
R McLeese   	
Hamilton & Griffin.
T M Hamilton	
A B Ferguson	
Constable Hussey and prisoners	
do	
do	
do	
tage fare, Lytton to Yale, do. and 4 prisoners	
Cab hire for Superintendent of Police to Lake District	
Passage and meals for Constable Bloomfield, to and from Chemainus ..
Accomodation for Supt. of Police, 16 days, to and from Metlakathla...
Express hire for police   :	
do. do	
do.        with sundry articles, Victoria Gaol to Supreme Court	
do.       with Constable Gordon 	
Passage and meals for Supt. Todd, two Constables, and five prisoners
Victoria to New Westminster    	
Horse hire for Oonstabc McConnell and prisoner, Osoyoos to Hope	
Passage and meals for Constable and prisoner, Hope to New West	
Meals and bed for do.       and Indian, 7 days	
do. do.        and prisoner	
Passage and meals for       do.       New Westminster to Hope	
Provisionsfor do.       and Indian, Hope to Rock Creek	
Provisions for Constable Stephenson, arresting 2 prisoners at Cowichan
Parssage & meals for do. Stewart and 2 prisoners, Nanaimo to New W
153 10        694 80    24,573 72
Meals and bed for do.
Passage for do.
Meals and bed for do.
Passage and meals for       do.
do. do.
with two witnesses	
Assisting Constable Stephenson in getting witnesses at Oyster Bay
Meals for do. and Cushon	
Stage fare for Constable Lindsay and prisoner, Barkerville to Clinton,
at New Westminster
do. to Victoria
at Victoria   	
Victoria to Nanaimo	
Nanaimo to Cowichan, and   return
$90, and do.
^eals for do.
Mjals and bed for do.
do. do.
tage fare, meals, &c., do.
Meals, do.
Meals and bed for do,
do. do.
do
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
at Clinton Assizes
Carried forward.
Clinton to Yale, $00.
5 34
8 0C
4 0C
3 5C
1 0C
30 0C
10 OC
11 5C
14 50
1 00
59 75
2 25
45 00
6 00
24 50
15 50
8 00
3 00
15 25
24 75
72 00
50 00
21 25
6 00
8 00
27 00
5 00
13 00
22 60
284 00
19 50
11 75
2 00
4 50
8 50
1 00
2 00
3 50
3 50
1 50
3 00
3 60
6 00
2 50
72 50
4 00
7 00
24 00
2 00
1 50
1 60
1 00
38 00
'48 00
7 50
16 50
3 50
3 75
8 32
6 00
11 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
4 50
9 00
4 00
1 60
ISO 00
2 00
4 00
3 25
24 00
2 25
4 75
7 00
153 101    2,040 40
24,573 73 38
Public Accounts, 1st July 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
§   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
J Campbell  	
S M Nelson 	
G Baillie   	
H B Dart 	
G Tuttle   	
Pioneer Line Steamers ,
A Clemis   	
Marshall & Smith   	
A Clemis   	
C Morton 	
A F Hautier	
Brought forward.
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHERJHAN SALARIES)
—Continued.
Vote No. 56.—Transport of Prisoners and Constables.—Continued.
Meals and bed for Const. Lindsay and prisoner to New Westminster Gaol
do.
H B Dart 	
J W Williams 	
J Webb	
T Penny	
Steamer Alexander
J T Howard	
G Bebbington	
C J King   	
P Rouse	
G Williams   	
R Graham	
Steamer Princess Louise
J Austin   	
Steamer W G Hunt   ...
Do.
Do.
W Stewart   	
Indian Thomas   	
L Bonson 	
G Tuttle	
O Aprient	
E F Holt   	
W R Lewis   	
Do	
Pioneer Line Steamers .
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
C O'Keefe	
Indian "Daniel"	
J Naismith   	
B C Express Co   	
J J Russell   	
Steamer Princess Louise
Indian "Charlie"...
J T Scott  	
P Carter	
C P Navigation Co .
Steamer Enterprise
H Sampson 	
Steamer Otter	
C P Navigation Co .
Transfer Co 	
C P Navigation Co .
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do
Do.
Do.
Do.
B C Express Co  ...
WHWard   	
Do	
B C Express Co ...
C P Navigation Co.
Colonial Hotel	
H L Fresse   . .•	
J VanBramer 	
S Draggett   	
J Miller	
J E Insley	
Steamer Reliance  ..
,,       Enterprise
Steamer Reliance   ..
J J Insley	
do
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
Passage, meals, & bed, do.
do. do.
do. do
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do
do.
do.
do.
do.
return to Richfield
do. 	
Meals for Government Agent Dewdney, Constable, and prisoner ....
Meals and bed for do. do. do	
Conveying do. do. do.
to Spence's Bridge, and return to Lytton   	
Meals and bed for Government Agent Dewdney	
Buggy hire for Superintendent Todd 	
Meals and bed for do. 	
Ferry at Departure Bay, to and from Nanaimo   	
Passage and meals for Supt. Todd, from Departure Bay to Victoria ..
Carriage hire for Superintendent Todd   	
Boat hire for Constable Campbell	
Stage fare for do. 	
Express hire for chain-gang to Government House	
Stage fare for Superintendent Todd, New Westminster to Port Moody
Meals for Constable Campbell at Parson's Bridge	
Passage and meals, Supt. Todd, Victoria to New Westminster, & return
Meals and bed for        do. 	
Passage and meals for Constable Currie and prisoner Ackerman
Passage for Constable Drake, Nanaimo to Maple Bay	
Passage and meals       do. do.       Cowichan and return.
Canoe hire, meals, and bed for Constable Drake	
Canoe hire to Gabriola Island	
Boat hire for Constable Miller   	
Meals and bed, do. 	
do. do. 	
Boat hire, do.  ,	
Stage fare for do. 4 months	
do. Constable Moresby	
Passage and meals for Constable Evans and prisoner, Yale to New West,
do. do.       Ford do. Yale to Victoria
do. do.       Fernhough & 3 pris., Yale to N. W.
do. do.       Hall and 2 prisoners, Yale to Victoria
do. do.       Fernhough and 1 do., do.
do. do.        Moresby and 8 Chinese, Yale to N. W.
Team and driver conveying prisoner "Coyote Louis" to Kamloops Gaol
Conveying Indian William from Indian reserve to Kamloops	
Passage of Constable Lindsay from Richfield to Jack of Ciubs Creek....
do.       St. Laurent and 3 Indian prisoners, Quesnelieto Barfe'e
Carriage hire for Superintendent Todd	
Passage and meals for do.
Canoe hire for do. 	
Board and lodging' for do. S3, ferry charges 50 cts	
Express hire to Esquimalt 	
Passage and meals for Supt. Todd, Victoria to New West., and return...
do. do. do. do.
Meals for Constables Sampson and Munroe	
Passage and meals for Constable it prisoner, Naas to Vict., return of Con,
Passage and meals for Supt. Todd, New Westminster to Victoria	
Buggy hire for do. 	
Passage and meals for Constable Edwards, New W. to Langley & return
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do,
do.
do.
do.
do.
Moresby,   do.     to Red Slough
do.       and 3 Indians, do. to New W
Kirkup and 4 prisoners, Yale to do.
Bloomfield, Vict., to Ladner's Landing
do.       and prisoner,     do.   to Vict.
do. do. N. W. to Vic.
Kirkup do.     Yale to New W.
Passag'e for Indian Pasca Joe, Lytton to Yale 	
Express moving Con. Roycraft's luggage from Yale to Suspension B...
do. Kirkup's       do.     Suspension Bridge to Yale	
Horse hire for Constables Roycraft, and Kir cup	
Passage, meals, and bed for Con. Kirkup and 4 prisoners, Yale to N. W.
Meals and bed for do. New Westminster   	
_e hire for Constable Miller and prisoners 	
Fare on steam ferry,        do. do.       July to November
Meals and bed fOL- Constable Fisher	
Horse hire	
Mea s for Constable Kirkup to New Westminster with prisoners
Passage and meals,   do. do. do.  r turn to Yale
do. do. New Westminster to Victoria
Passage, meals, & bed, do. New Westminster to Yale ..
Meals for do. Yale	
153 10
Carried forward.
2,040 46   24,573 72
153 10
3 00
•4 75
2 25
4 75
3 0C
13 25
1 25
2 0C
1 5C
5 60
10 00
2 0C
19 50
2 50
3 5C
5 0C
10 0C
4 0C
1 5C
1 5C
1 OC
2 0C
11 25
15 00
6 5C
2 0C
7 5C
3 50
1 25
1 5C
11 00
2 0C
1 00
29 00
10 OC
8 50
14 75
2i ,
27 7
12 0
86 b
32 C
1 k
2 I
50 (
9 C
9 li-
4 0
3 !
1 6
11 50
8 50
1 50
55 00
5 50
12 00
1 75
2 50
11 00
45 00
3 7..
7 5.
5 50
18 00
12 00
10 00
10 00
13 00
12 00
2 60
25 00
58 50
1 50
12 00
2 50
16 25
7 75
8 50
2 60
2,861 46   2,4573 72 47 Vic.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
39
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
8   cts.
$  cts.
153 10
2,861 46
2 00
7 00
2 00
48 50
72 50
5 00
4 50
13 25
48 25
5 00
1 00
1 50
3 50
1 50
3 00
1 50
2 00
2 50
5 00
18 50
63 75
16 50
19 50
6 50
39 25
11 75
10 50
9 75
8 00
5 50
7 00
5 00
8 75
3 50
2 00
2 00
2 00
1 25
1 00
8 00
9 25
3 50
76 00
2 00
2 00
2 25
5 50
6 00
2 00
36 50
7 00
15 00
4 50
6 00
1 00
5 00
10 00
4 00
21 75
8 00
252 50
1 00
2 00
2 00
7 00
3 50
2 50
2 00
5 00
3 00
2 00
6 50
4 00
2 50
3 50
2 00
4 00
10 00
3 00
24,573 72
H B Dart	
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES)
—Continued.
Vote No. 56.—Transport of Prisoners and Constables.—Continued.
B C Express Co  	
Do.           	
E Grant	
Stage fare for         do.           & prisoners, Lytton to Yale, & return Con.
J R Hull   	
Meals and bed for                     do.       and Fernihough, with prisoners
Galls, Jules, and Ming Gow, Kamloops to New Westminster	
W Allen	
Express hire for Constable Sheppard to Rowland's for a prisoner	
do.                 do.       to and from Esquimalt, Reg. v. H. Saunders
Passage and meals, do.       Burr and 2 prisoners, New West, to Yale...
do.             Superintendent Todd, 2 Constables, and 11 prisoners
C P Navigation Co	
Do.
P C Dunlevy	
T Hamilton 	
H B Dart 	
C P Navigation Co	
Passage and meals for          do.              New Westminster to Yale   	
C P Navigation Co	
G Tuttle    	
Passage, meals, and bed,      do.              Victoria to New W. and return
M Ball   	
W Young 	
C Todd    	
Sundry expenses of              do.        re Chilcotin and Lytton expeditions
Buggy hire for Constables Bloomfield and Ogilvy at the Gorge	
TH Cudlip  	
B F Dillon	
Steamer W G Hunt   ....
R Watkins   	
'assage and meals for Superintendent Todd and prisoner, and return
Ueals for                                              do.       at Nanaimo Assizes	
Jeals and bed for                                do.                     do.              	
C Karst	
G Kkr   	
teals, horse, and canoe hire for Constable and prisoner	
Steamer Enterprise   ...
B C Express Co   	
W J French	
'assag-e for Supt. Todd, Constable, and prisoner, Chilcotin expedition
arrying message to Constable at Coquit am and back (Bailey murder)
Joseph     ,,         	
Philip         „        	
Do.          „        	
Joseph (Indian)  	
"aking Constable Burr to the mouth of Fraser River (Bailey murder)
do.                do.                                      do.                         do.
do.                do.                                      do.      and back,   do.
F E Wade	
Philip (In lian)    	
C   n"'>        	
W J French	
Iorse hire searching for prisoner McCannon, and express hire taking
eals, bed, and canoe hire ironi New Westm.nster to Maple Ridge	
153 10
3,886 21
2*, 573 72 40
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
Brought forward.
HBDart 	
A Hautier	
G Tuttle    ,
C P Navigation Co ...
H B Dart 	
P Chair	
E Cannell	
TBenten  	
J Chapman  	
T J Burnes      ,
Steamer W G Hunt   .
T Spellman	
B D Butlard	
J Miller	
Do ,
A McDonell	
J Parters   	
Isabel J Askew   	
J Ganner  	
F Carne	
Steamer W G Hunt
C Horth	
B C Express Co   	
Steamer W Irving ..
Indian "Jim" 	
J James	
Steamer Gertrude ..
H B Dart 	
E Skure	
J E Insley	
G Baillie   	
Steamer Reliance   ..
C P Navigation Co ..
J E Insley	
HBDart .".	
U Nelson   	
J K Calbraith 	
R Oakes	
C Connor 	
J E Moore	
H O Bowe	
R McLeese	
A Isnardy	
S Downes	
Hamilton & Griffin .
L Cusson   	
B F English	
Do. 	
Pinchbeck & Lyne ..
J Boswell 	
B F English	
F English	
J Mears	
J Boswell	
B C Express Co  	
S M Nelson  	
J Campbell  	
Steamer W Irving ..
RPRithet
J E Insley	
G Tuttle	
H B Dart 	
G Baillie   	
A Clemis   	
J E Moore	
L W Riske	
S Withrow & Co ....
Do.
H 0 Bowe	
C Connor 	
H O Bowe	
W L Burke   	
D Ercole   	
A B Ferguson	
J Haller	
Wright & Valenzueia
AhToig   	
G Wilson   	
Pinchbeck & Lyne ..
G B lillie   	
A F Hautier	
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
—Continued.
Vote No. 56.—Transport of Prisoners and Constables.—Continued.
Meals and bed for Constable Stephenson	
do. do. and prisoner Ah You	
Meals and bed for do. delayed at Yale	
Fares for do. and prisoner, Yale to N. W	
Meals aud bed for Constable Plussey and prisoner	
do. do. do	
Meals and bed for do. 	
Meals for do. 	
Team hire for do. Siska Flat	
Meals and brd for Constable Stephenson, Victoria    	
Fare for Con. Stephenson and prisoner, Nanaimo to Victoria & rtn. Con.
Canoe hire for Constable Stuart up Nanaimo River to arrest E. Byron
Fare of Constable Miller and prisoner Budwig to Clinton  	
Taking prisoner Budwig from Lillooet to Clinton, and return	
Meals and bed for Constable Miller, Clinton   	
Fare of Constable Tunstall from Cherry Creek to Kamloops	
Meals, etc., supplied to Constable Crimp   	
Board and lodging for Constables Stephenson, Brown, and prisoner ...
Stage fare, prisoner to Nanaimo from Wellington ,	
Board and lodging for Constable Stuart	
Passage and meals for do. from do.    to Nanaimo	
Team hire for Constables Stephenson and Brown arresting Byrns 	
Stage fare for       do. Roycraft and Kirkup, Yale to Lytton, and
return with prisoners	
Fare and meal for Constable Kirkup from Yale to Jeffrey's Bar ....
Canoe hire for
Meals and bed for
Passage and meals for
Meals for
Meals and bed for
do.
do.
Fares and meals for
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Hope to Yale
taking prisoners to New West. Gaol
and two prisoners
and prisoners
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Fare for Constable McMillan from New Westminster to Yale
Meals and bed, do	
Meals for do.     and prisoners  	
Conveyance for Constable Kirkup from Lytton to Yale	
Horse hire, 7 days	
do. do	
Meals and horse keep for Constables Calbreath and Oakes  ..
do. do. do.
do. do. do!
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
4 horses to 150 mile house and back	
Meals and horse keep   	
Horse hire, 17 days, and travelling allowance, arresting Toosey & Dick
do.       26   ,, do. do. do.
do. 7   ,, do. do. do.
do. 1 day, do. do. do.
Hire of sleigh and 2 horses for two Constables and prisoners   do.
Stage fare of Constable Livingstone and 3 prisoners, Clinton to Yale
Meals for Constable and prisoners   	
do. do. do. 	
Passage and meals for Constable Livingstone and prisoners 	
Passage, meals, and bed for Constable Livingstone and prisoner   	
Meals and bed, do. 	
do. do. 	
Meals, do. 	
Meals and bed, do. 	
do. do. 	
Meals and horse keep for Constables Calbreath and Oakes 	
Meals, bed, and horse keep, do. do	
Meals and horse keep, do. do	
Meals and horse hire for Constables Boswell, Mears, and prisoner Jack
Meals and horse keep for      do. do. do. Koster, and do.
do.
do. do. do. do. do. and
Horse hire for Constables Boswell and Koster, and prisoner
Meals and horse keep, do.
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
Meals, bed, and horse feed, do.
Meals and bed, do.
Horse   eep, two nights,     do.
Meals, bed, and ho.-se keep, lo.
Horse hire for Constable Archer  	
Meals and bed for   do.    McMillan in charge of two prisoners	
Team hire for do.    Hussey, Supt. Todd, and witness to Lytton.
Mears,
do.
Koster,
do.
do.
do.
do.
di.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
dj.
153 10
Carried forward 11      153 10
3,886 21
24,573 72
3 00
1 00
5 00
13 50
3 00
1 00
1 50
50
8 00
4 50
13 00
1 50
24 00
20 00
4 50
2 00
9 00
4 50
1 00
2 00
8 50
20 00
118 00
2 75
1 50
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 50
2 50
■ 2 60
16 75
9 25
2 60
4 00
12 50
14 00
14 00
5 00
5 00
6 00
1 50
6 00
1 50
15 00
3 00
9 00
24 00
10 50
34 00
52 00
14 00
2 00
105 00
130 75
2 50
2 50
26 50
7 75
2 00
4 00
2 50
5 00
1 50
5 00
12 00
12 00
7 50
15 00
7 50
49 50
33 00
7 50
6 00
12 60
6 60
6 00
10 00
25 50
8 00
27 50
4,971 46
24,673 72 47 Vic.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
41
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
$   cts.
S   cts.
B C Express Co  	
Do. 	
J Merritt  	
Moodyville Saw Mill Co..
W R Lewis   	
Do	
Indian "Tom"	
W R Lewis	
H L Freese   	
W H Edwards	
J Johnston   	
Lewis	
Indian Joe   	
Mrs. W Sinclair 	
TK Williams   	
Do	
W Rodgers   	
R B Kelly	
J Miller	
J VanBramer 	
Steamer W Irving ...
C P Navigation Co ...
W R Townsend   	
Steamer R P Rithet  .
W B Townsend   	
Indians Johnny & Charlie
„      Tom	
,,    Johnny &Whiskin
J Austin   	
W R Lewis   	
J Johnston  	
J T Scott  	
W Campbell	
J Austin   	
Indian George .
„     Philip  .
„     Felix...
O Parent   	
J Van Bramer .
L F Bonson ...
D McLean	
H L Freese ...
J McKenny ...
P Ellison   	
J T Howard	
WG Bowman 	
R Graham	
Steamer W G Hunt
J Harman	
M Curnow	
T. N. Hibben & Co	
" Evening Post"	
"Daily Standard"   	
"Daily Colonist"	
"Mainland Guardian"...
" Free Press"	
"Inland Sentine." 	
"Columbian"	
J. Martley, J.P	
Alex. Lock	
J. F. Fleming	
J. McLean	
John Boyd	
Fletcher & McNaughten.
Italian "Jim"	
W.Abel, J.P	
B. Riper	
Estate of A R Robertson,
per D M Eberts	
II Evans	
Dom Gov't l\s eg aph ...
J Murray, Ji	
C Phair'	
Indian "Nap   eon"	
C Yam 	
Brought forward.
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES),
—Continued.
Vote No. 56.—Transport of Prisoners and Constables.—Concluded.
Stage fare for Con. Hussey and prisoner, Lytton to Yale and return	
Stage rare for Constable Stephenson and prisoner Ah You	
do. do.       Merritt, re Dewar murder	
Conveying Peter Hand from Moodyville to Granville	
Carriage hire for Superintendent Todd and Jury, re inquest on Ah Loon
Trip to Pitt River with two teams arresting Stout,  Wolfer,  Hines,
Williams, Chure, and Greenwood	
Boat hire from Port Moody to Bonson's	
Stage fare for Constable Miller and prisoners   	
do. Constables Miller, Fisher, and Cole	
Boat hire from Maple Ridge to Hunch's and back	
Boat hire '	
Canoe hire from Pitt River to Maple Ridge  	
do. Maple Ridge to Pitt River   	
Meals and bed for Constable Sharpe	
Boat hire from Maple Ridge to Langley for Constable Sharpe   	
do. Stave River to Port Hammond and Port Haney	
Meals and passage from Moody to Granville, and Granville to Stave R
Meals for Constable Sharpe	
Horse hire for Constable Miller	
Passages for do.        and prisoners	
do. Constable Sharpe from Maple Ridge to Langley	
do.   and meals,       do.       Miller, and Moresby, Sumass to New W.
do do. do.    from Port Moody.	
Passage and meals for Con. McMillan, 3 Chinese, 1 Indian, Yaleto N. W.
Passage for Constable Sharpe and prisoners	
Conveyance of Constable to Port Moody and return to Granville 	
Services with canoe arresting Peter Hand	
Assisting- Constable Miller to get witnesses, re Wo Chung, opium case..
Meals and bed for Constable Sharpe	
Stage to Port Moody taking W. Moresby and 4 prisoners to Penitentiary
Conveying 2 Constables to Port Moody, in search ef escaped prisoners
Meals for do. do. do.
Board and lodging for Constables Miller and Moresby, and canoe hire
from Miller's to York's	
Board and lodging for Constable Sharpe and assistant	
Conveying Constable Walker to Pitt River, re Bailey murder	
do. do.       Wiggins from New Westminster to Coquitlam in
search of body of Bailey 	
do. do.       '    	
Meals and bed for Constable Miller 	
Passages for do. and 3 prisoners	
Meals and beds for Constable Sharpe, assistant, and 3 prisoners   ...
do. do.  Wiggins and assistants, Reg. o. Bai.ey murder
Passages for Constable Miller from Burrard Inlet to New W. and return
Meals, bed, and canoe hire for Constab e Kdwards	
Travelling expenses from Okanagan to Montana in search of Chinaman
alias Smart Alio.*., 75 days @ £3 50 	
Carriage hire wit.i Constable Campbell and prisoner	
.stage fare and carriage hire,       do.     on duty	
Board and lodging for do. do	
Passages for Munroe, Curry, Sampson, and Akerman, halt S. I. to Vic.
Boat aire and provisions, searching for deserters	
Meals and bed for prisoner Pasca Joe awaiting trial at Spence's Bridge
Vote No. 57.—Miscellaneous.
Postage stamps, book, pens, and mucilage for Victoria Gaol.
Advertising postponement of Assizes, Court of Assize, and reward.
do. do. do.
do. do.       County Court,
do. do.        Court of Assist
do. County Court, do.
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
do. and County Court
do.        and reward
and County Cuuit
etc	
and reward	
do,
Allowance for expenses to Ashcroft attending J.P. Court	
Meals for Messrs. Nutt and Stone, J.P.'s, Barkerville to (Quesnelle..
du. do. do.	
do. do. do.        and use of room for Court
Meals and beds, do. do.        	
Passage, do. do. Richfield to Quesnelle & return
Messenger with letter to Messrs. Abel and Meason, J. P's. at Dog Creek
Allowance for expenses to Little Dog Creek and back, at J. P's. Court. .1
Messenger with teiedram from Little Do-^ Creek to Soda CreOii j
Professional services, re Br.umen and Prior, in 18S0 ■
services as As istant Usher during Assises at Victjria j
Telegrams, bu; erintendent Todd j
Al o.'.ance wsi&ting J. H. Hantz, J. P., re case vending liquor to Indians
Cleaning Cjurt H mse, Lillojet, 6 months i
do. do.       a-,d "a >1, Lytton  '
Services looking after Couri .oom daring trials at Alet.akat.nla '
44 70
971 46
36 50
24 00
35 00
2 25
12 00
17 00
1 50
15 00
10 00
2 00
10 75
3 00
2 60
7 50
3 00
4 00
6 50
4 50
12 00
25 00
60
6 75
10 00
28 75
24 00
3 50
2 00
2 00
6 50
8 00
2 00
2 00
15 00
8 00
1 50
1 00
2 50
10 50
10 50
3 00
2 00
3 25
262 50
2 00
7 50
3 50
11 50
3 00
4 00
15 25
41 50
27 50
47 50
39 00
82 50
10 00
6S 50
16 00
3 00
4 75
12 75
2 50
45 00
6 00
30 00
10 00
44 70
22 50
4 40
21 50
3 00
1 60
4 50
i,652 71
Carried forward.
i:
ii
Li SQ.       512 851  aV,m 43 42
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOE WHAT SEEYICE.
Arrears,
S   cts.
8   cts.[
$   cts.
T Carrington ...
Hutcheson & Co
J Beaven	
Indian "Charley
A T D McElmen
J C Haynes	
C. C. McKenzie	
W. A. Franklin	
Steamer E. P. Eithet.
Steamer Enterprise ..
E. Williams 	
W. F. Tolmie	
E. T. Williams	
H. Simpson 	
J. W. Sexsmith   	
J. Austin  	
Indian "Jim"  ;.
John Buie	
M. Harrison	
Steamer Gem   .......
G. R. Ashwell	
A. Dods	
J. W. Williams	
T. N. Hibben & Co...
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
M. W. Waitt & Co....
Steamer Cariboo-Fly.
Indian "Thomas"  ...
J. Rodello	
J. Piercy	
Indian "Jim"	
,,      "George"	
"Mainland Guardian"
J. Durance	
Mrs Williams	
W. Beaumont 	
J. Weiler 	
J. Sehl   	
W C White	
Steamer Princess Louise
J Austin	
T R Pearson & Co	
J W Williams 	
T Aberneathy	
Steamer W G'Hunt	
R Withrow	
J W Brunton	
C Horth	
E Pimbury & Co	
J J  Russell	
W Elford   	
W Newbury	
Brown & White	
J Barry	
Mrs Camp	
Langley & Co	
Daily "Standard"	
R T Williams	
Henry Simpson	
E M Clemitson	
B C Express Co	
" Columbian "	
" Colonist"	
" Daily Evening Post"..
Dom Gov't Telegraph..
W G Bowman	
Steamer RP Rithet ....
CPN Company	
Brought forward .
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
—Concluded.
Vote No. 57.—Miscellaneous.—Concluded.
Leather satchel for Superintendent Todd	
Gilt braid used by do. amongst Chilcotin Indians
Two loads of sawdust for Court House, Nanaimo	
Services as messenger, and cleaning Court room, Lytton	
Fees, re Uren's Petition of Right	
Allowance for services, re arrest of Wm. Buckley, Kettle River	
Till.—EDUCATION.
Vote No. 58.—Education Office.
Salary as Superintendent, 1st July, 18S2, to 30th June, 1883, @ $125
Express hire	
Passage, meals, and bed for Superintendent, Ladner's   Landing to
Sumass, and return to New Westminster	
Passage and meals for Superintendent to New Westminster and return
Examining Public School Teachers	
do. do. 	
Binding and perforating 140 vols, recitation records	
Meals, bed, and horse keep for Superintendent	
Meals and bed do. New Westminster...
do. do. do.
Canoe hire, do. North Arm	
Meals and bed, do. Ladner's Landing ...
do. do. Chilliwhack	
Passage, North Arm to New West.,   do. 	
Passage, Sumass to Chilliwhack,      do. 	
Canoe hire for Superintendent from Burgoyne Bay to Maple Bay...
Carriage hire do. to Saanich, 2 days	
Stationery	
Portfolio and lettering	
Seven sets Mitchell's outline maps and 6 reading charts	
Postage stamps   	
1 set brackets, arithmetical text cards, 50 maps of Dominion, etc...
100 plain cards and paper	
Passage, meals, & bed for Supt., Victoria to Comox, & Nanaimo return
Canoe hire do.     Comox to Nanaimo	
Carriage hire do.     at Comox	
Meals and bed do.     at Comox	
Canoe hire do.     Cowichan to Saanich	
do. do.     Denman Island	
Advertising " Teachers' Examination "	
Meals and bed for Superintendent, Saanich	
do. do. Cowichan	
do. do. Maple Bay	
Hire of chairs for Teachers' examination	
Hire of 3 tables do. 	
Expressage of parcels to Public School, Victoria	
Passage, meals, and bed for Superintendent, Vict, to New W. and return
Meals and bed for do. 	
Stationery for do. examining New W.  School
Buggy hire for do. to Esquimalt & Craigflower
Horse hire for do, at Esquimalt	
Passage, meals, and bed for do. Vict, to Nanaimo and return
Meals, do. 	
Meals and bed, do. 	
Buggy hire, do.     Nanaimo, Wellington, & Cedar
Stationery, do. 	
Cab hire, do. 	
Buggy hire, do. to steamers 	
1 satchel, do. 	
1 pair driving gloves, do. 	
Buggy hire, do. to Cedar Hill   	
Meals, do. at Lake District	
1 Fellows' multiplex process	
Advertising examination for High School	
Wrapping School Reports ready for mailing	
Meals, bed, and horse keep	
Salary as Deputy Superintendent of Education, June, 1S78, $150; remuneration as Examiner of Public School Teachers, 1877-7S, $100
Stage and horse hire for Mr. Clemitson in 1878	
Advertising annual examination of School Teachers	
do. do. do. 	
do. do. do. 	
Telegrams from Superintendent to sundry persons 	
Hire of horse and buggy for Superintendent	
Fare, meals, and bed, do. from. Yale to Victoria   ....
Fare and meals, do. Victoria to New Westmins
ter, and from New Westminster to Langley and Ladner's Landing
Carried forward,,,.
197 80
182 00
250 00
106 00
512 85   30,226 43
1 50
1 12
1 75
2 50
250 00
60 00
1,500 00
75
6 00
7 25
150 00
150 00
104 75
6 00
3 00
6 00
2 00
1 50
1 00
1 00
1 00
3 00
10 00
29 00
5 00
182 00
3 00
265 50
2 00
12 00
10 00
5 00
6 00
4 00
3 00
5 00
1 50
1 60
1 00
2 50
2 00
50
8 00
6 CO,
1 25
6 00
50
17 50
4 00
4 50
15 00
2 62
3 00
4 00
2 50
1 50
1 50
50
12 50
2 50
5 00
5 50
250 00
106 00
8 00
12 00
4 00
1 00
35 00
10 60
9 CO
819 72
31,040 15
736 80'    3,029 12 47 Vic.       Public Accounts, 1st Jult, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
43
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
Royal Hotel	
Provincial Hotel	
Alex Shaw 	
Occident Hotel 	
H J Thrift	
Chilliwhack Hotel ....
ADodds	
T J Williams	
Lewis'Stables (NW)..
Indian "George"	
Steamer Enterprise ..
California House	
Steamer R P Rithet..
Do
Indian "Charley" ....
Fort Hope Hotel	
T R Pearson	
Steamer Enterprise ..
Mrs Williams  	
Indian "Solomon"	
Maple Bay Hotel	
Steamer Wm Irving..
LeBallister (Nanaimo)
Vesuvius Bay Hotel ..
Mrs J Muir ,
D Coones	
E Garnett	
Granville Hotel	
Steamer Wm Irving ...
Mrs Jones	
J W Sexsmith	
Granville Ferry Boat..
T Wall 	
Mrs Harrison	
J. H. McLaughlin 	
R. Offerhaus	
John McKenzie	
J. A. Halliday	
J. II. Thain 	
A. Gowen	
M.J. Leigh	
E. Holloway	
E. A. Wiliiania 	
L. D. Chand.er	
L. M. Caldwell	
Do 	
Mrs L M Reid 	
A. C. liichaidson	
Lizzie Smith	
Mrs L M Reid 	
Harriet Jackson	
"uuiiy (standard "	
W. H. Huxtable	
W Walker	
McKillican & Anderson.
TN Hibben & Co	
P J Houlihan	
Victoria Water Wori^s.
Hall & Goenel	
T S Styles	
J Weiler	
H  C Wilson	
C E Redfern	
Fellows & Prior	
J McKenzie	
A. S. M. Bell ..
C. McNaughten
S F.Crawford.
J. C. Newbury.
A II Coleman .
J Mundell	
Brought forward	
VIII.—EDUCATION.—Continued.
Vote No. 59.—Education Office.—-Concluded.
Meals, for Superintendent,
Bed and room, do.
Meals and bed, do.
Board and lodging, do.
Bed, meals, & horse hire, do.
do. do. do.
Passage in canoe, do.
Hire of horse and buggy, do.
Nanaimo 	
do _
also passage, Nanaimo to Gabriola
do.
do.
Passage in canoe,
do.
Passage and meals,
do.
Board and lodging,
do.
Fare,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Board and lodging,
do.
i ream foolscap,
do.
Bed and meals,
do.
do.
do,
Fare,
do.
Bed and meals,
do.
Passage and meal,
do.
Passage,
do.
Bed and meals,
do.
Meals and horse keep,
do.
Carriage hire,
do.
do.
do.
Meals and horse keep,
do.
Meal,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Passage,
do.
Horse keep,
do.
Meal and bed,
do.
Burgoyne Bay to Cowichan Bay  .
to Maple Bay School	
New Westminster to Granville ...
Yale to Hope 	
Victoria to New Westminster   ...
Yale   	
Chilliwhack to Yale	
New Westminster to Chilliwhack.
from North Arm School, in canoe
735 80
Maple Bay to Vesuvius Bay .
Hope to Yale 	
Nanaimo to Wellington and back.
Steamer Enterprise to residence
do. do.
Moodyville to Granville and back..
Vote No. 59.—Victoria City District.
Principal, High School, 1st July, 1882, to 30th July, 1883, @
nd Mas. er,        do. do. do.
Principal, Boys' School, do. do.
1st Assis'an'.,   do. do. do.
ind        ,, do. do. do.
3rd        ,, do. do. do.
4th        „ do. 1st to 31st Jul",
.th „ do. 1st Aug.,1882, to 30th June, 1883,
Principal. Girls' School, 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1883,
1st Assis.a it,    do. 1st July, to 31st December, 1882,
1st ,, do. 1st January, to 30th June, 1883,
2nd       „ do. 1st July to 31st December, 1882,
2nd        ,, do. 1st January to 30th June, 1883,
3rd        ., do. 1st July, 1882, to30th June, 1883,
4th        ,, do. 1st July to 30th November, 1882,
4th       „ do. 1st to 31st December, 1882,
4th        ,, do. 1st January to 30th June, 1883,
Advertis ng notices   	
Cleaning School, 1st Aug. to 31st May, @ §30 $ mo ; cutting wood $5.75
Ooal  	
Labour and materials repairing fence, seats, &c
Sundries	
Wood
$1101
85
90
80
70
60
60
60
80
70
70
70
70
55
45
45
45
Water supplied for 12 months ending 31st December, 1882 .
Coal supplied   	
R epairir.g 4 g at ;s	
Use of furnit re	
} inch pipe ai. d tap	
One clock 	
Rope for school bell 	
1 Tellurian, map, etc	
Vote No. 60.—Victoria District.
T;achcr, Lake District, 1st July, 1882, to 30th April, 18S3, @ $50 $ mo.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
West-South Saanich, 1st to 31st July, 1882, 50
do.    1st Aug., 1882, to SOth June, 1883, 50
Craigflower,       1st July. 1882, to SOth April, 1883, 60
do- 1st to 12th May, 1883, 60
do. 21st May to 30th June, 1S83, 60
Carried forward...
4 50
18 oo
783 30
3,029 12
8 00
8 00
7 50
11 oo
6 50
6 25
I            5 00
5 00
6 00
6 00
4 25
4 50
4 00
3 50
3 00
3 00
2 50
2 26
2 00
2 00
1 50
1 25
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
76
50
50
60
50
1 00
3,139 87
1,320 00
1,020 00
1,080 00
960 00
840 00
720 00
50 00
550 00
960 00
420 00
420 00
420 00
420 00
660 00
225 00
45 00
270 00
11 60
305 75
152 00
98 75
21 97
28 00
30 00
32 00
10 00
10 70
4 00
15 00
1 00
22 75
11,129 42
500 00
50 00
560 00
600 00
23 22
79 35
1,802 57
14,269 29 44                Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOE WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
783 30
9 63
6 00
1,802 57
840 00
840 00
840 00
24 50
5 50
9 25
2 50
5 62
5 00
16 00
1 50
7 00
18 00
9 63
16 00
10 25
6 55
6 00
3 00
5 62
22 50
10 00
1 12
6 00
10 37
1 10
4 00
10 00
40 00
14,269 29
B H Smith	
S. D. Pope 	
VIII.—EDUCATION.—Continued.
Vote No 60.—Victoria District.—Concluded.
Teacher, Cedar Hill, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883,  @ $70 $ month
Do.     North Saanich,       do.                     do.                     70       ,,
Do.     East-South Saanich, do.                   do.                      70       ,,
Cleaning school-house, cutting wood, and rent of house, Lake District
"Daily Standard "	
M. W. Waitt* Co	
Thos. Atkins	
Muirhead & Mann	
Seats for school-house, North Saanich	
Walling a well, cleaning school-house, stove pipe, &c, North Saanich..
Repairs to pump and windows, broom, towels, &c, East-South Saanich
T Mitchell	
Smith & Clark	
J W Sluggett	
M Rowland	
Waitt & Co	
J W Sluggett	
TN Hibben & Co	
The "Colonist"	
Wood, $27.50; washing and cleaning school 1 year, and sundries, $12.50
Vote No. 61.—Esquimalt District.
Teacher, Esquimalt School, 1 July, 1882, to 30 June, 1883, @ $60 ¥ mo.
Teacher, Sooke School, 1st July to 31st December, 1882,           50     ,,
Do.              do.           13th January to 30th June, 1883,           50     ,,
Do.       Metchosin School, 1st July, 1882, to 30 June, 1883,    50     ,,
4,579 58
720 00
300 00
280 65
600 00
13 00
19 50
5 00
2 50
40 00
26 25
5 00
6 00
2 75
Harriet Jackson	
C. E. Clarke	
J. Sehl	
W. S. Louttitt	
TDodds	
W  Wittv 	
Wood $16.25, whitewashing and repairs to fence, Metchosin school 23.75
Cleaning                                      do.            5 months	
M M Muir	
C Muir	
J   Muir	
Vote No. 62.—Cowichan District.
Teacher, South Cowichan, 1st July, 1882, to 30 June. 1883, @ $55 $ mo.
Do.       North Cowichan,        do.                            do.              60     ,,
Do.       Burgoyne Bav School, 1st to 31st July, 1882,              50     „
Do.                           do.        7th Aug., 1^82, to 30th June, 1883, 50      ,,
Salt Spring Island School, 28th Aug.. 18«2. to snth June, 1883, 60     „
2,020 65
660 00
720 00
50 00
540 32
607 74
5 00
1 87
1 25
1 25
3 00
14 40
14 0C
8 8?
2 37
15 67
10 28
7 OC
2 0C
2 75
5C
8 0C
1 OC
18 0C
2 7f
0 OC
7 0C
IS 25
6 0C
Marcella V. Storey	
G. Stainburne	
A. Dods 	
John Shaw	
J.  Weiler	
Do    	
Do              	
Wood                                                                            do.                 	
W P 'Sayward	
M W Waitt & Co	
Do	
C Fletcher	
M W Waitt* Co	
1      798 93
23,004 79 47 Vic.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
45
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
S   cts
$   cts.
$   cts.
Alex. Shaw	
E. A. Bell	
E. J. Gardiner	
L. A. Berkeley	
A. J. Polley	
David Jones	
A. E. Lindsay	
E. E. McDougall	
John Mundell 	
G Stainburne	
F Jones 	
E. E. McDougall	
L A Barron	
"Free Press"	
Mary Randall	
J. T. O'Brian	
C. L. Smith	
Florence Meaken	
J. Ganner	
Mrs. Wilkinson	
C. Green	
W Earl	
Do	
J H Pleace	
A Mayer & Co	
Vancouver Coal Co...
J Ganner	
E Pimbury & Co	
L Page	
J. W. Stirtan	
E Pimbury 	
Mrs. Wearne	
Dunsmuir & Co	
Daily " Colonist"
A McAllister	
Mrs. McGrigle	
Sarah Sharp	
Kate Hilbert	
Agnes Ferguson	
M E McAllister	
B Mellado	
T Degnen 	
Magnus Edgar	
John  Hirst 	
A  Shaw,   Jr	
J Thomas 	
C Carpenter	
J Hill	
M Wilkinson	
C Fiddick 	
W Wilson	
"Free Press"	
C Carpenter	
E&W Michael	
E. Holloway	
A. D. Cameron	
M. F. Halliday	
S. F. Crawford	
M F Halliday	
A Russell	
Daily " Standard"...
EWhittier	
T. N. Hibben & Co...
R F Swan	
R Yates	
A. & W.Wilson	
C. D. Rand	
J. M. Herring	
S White	
M. Williams	
Alice Howay	
J MS Williams	
"Mainland Guardian
T R Pearson & Co ..
" Columbian"	
C Q Major	
Brought forward	
VIII.—EDUCATION.—Continued.
Vote No. 63.—Nanaimo District.
Teacher, Gabriola I. School, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, '83, @ §50 $ m.
Do.      South Cedar School, 1st to 31st July, 1882, 50
Do. do.       1st Aug., 1882, to 30th June, 1883, 50
70
50
90
60
Principal, Nanaimo Girls', 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883,
Assistant, do. do. do.
Principal, Nanaimo Boys', do. do.
Assistant, do. 1st July to 31st December, 1882,
Do. do. 1st January to 30th June, 1883,
Principal, Wellington School, 1st July, 1882, to 21st May,' 1883, 60   ,
Do. do. 22nd May to SOth June, 1883,      60   ,
Assistant, do. 1st July, 1882, to SOth June, 1883, 50   ,
Teacher, North Cedar School, 1st July to 31st December, 1882, 50   ,
Do. do. 9th January to 30th June, 1883,    60   ,
Advertising election of School Trustee, Nanaimo	
Cleaning school-house, Nanaimo, 1st May, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
Coal, do	
27 panes of glass, do	
Cleaning school-house,      do.       11 months	
Hauling 5 tons of coal, Nanaimo School	
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Wellington School
do.
do.
do.
6 months to SOth June, 1882
Wellington School .
Cleaning
Repairing clock,
Repairing blinds,
Telegraphing for Teacher,
Sundry articles,
Do.
10 tons of coal,
1 ton of coal, and hauling,
Stationery and chalk,
Glazing work,
Teacher's desk,
Record book, &c,
Cleaning
Coal,
Advertising " Teacher Wanted,'
Hauling coal, Wellington School.
Cleaning do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
Repairs to door lock, &c, do.
400 feet of lumber and 1J cords of wood, Gabriola School.
Cleaning do.
Shingles, nails, and windows, do.
2£ cords of wood, do.
Carpenter work and stove pipe, do.
Lumber, do.
4 cords of wood, North Cedar School	
Stationery, do.	
Removing stove, do. 	
One box stove, do. 	
Advertising for Teacher,   do. 	
Lumber supplied, South Cedar School 	
Lumber, nails, and labour, do. 	
1 month...
5^ months.
^ month...
3 months .
1 month...
790 !
Vote No. 64.—Comox District.
Teacher, Comox, 1st to 31st July, 1882
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
do.     15th August to 30th Dec, 1882, @ $50 per month ...
do.      19th March to 30th June, 1883,        50       „
Denman Island, 1st to 31st July, 1882, 50      ,,
do. 5 Aug., 1882, to 14 Mar.'83 50       „
do. 15 March to 31 May, 18S3,    50       „
Advertising "Teacher Wanted," Comox School, July and January ...
7 cords wood, do. 	
1 box chalk, Denman Island School   	
Desk and 2 seats,        do.  '.	
6 cords wood do. 	
1 stove do.	
Vote No. 65.—New Westminster City District.
Principal, Boys' School, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883, @ $90 $ mo.
Assistant,      do. do. 28th Feb.      ,, 5o     ,,
Do. do. 1st March to 30th June, ,, 50     „
Principal, Girls'School, 1st July, 1882,     do. ,, 60     ,,
Assistant,      do. 7th August,,      do. ,, 50     ,,
Cleaing school-house	
Advertising for teacher   	
Stationery, &c	
Advertising for teacher   	
Blinds, fixtures, sundries	
Carried forward	
10 50
2 50
20 00
15 00
4 00
600 00
50 00
527 42
840 00
600 00
1,080 00
360 00
300 00
640 65
79 35
600 00
300 00
287 10
2 50
78 00
3 75
16 87
71 00
3 75
1 00
75
2 00
50
15 37
7 00
40 00
6 00
5 37
2 60
10 50
2 50
20 00
27 00
4 00
3 00
5 00
22 00
2 00
12 00
4 00
3 00
7 38
2 00
19 42
6 25
14 75
6 00
19 00
1 50
2 00
14 00
2 00
26 33
20 25
50 00
227 42
171 0C
60 0C
366 13
127 42
5 0C
24 5C
1 OC
10 00
12 00
18 00
1,080 00
400 00
200 00
720 00
540 32
12 00
2 50
3 12
4 96
52 25
3,015 15
23,604 79
5,834 76
1,062 47
31,502 02 46
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.       $   cts.
E S Scoullar & Co	
HW Hughes	
J M Wise	
Major Williams	
J W Bell	
DCS Gray	
J Johnston	
J. P. Johnston	
H. Andrews	
G. H. Sluggett	
R H Holding	
J. W. Sinclair	
Annie Pollard	
J. W. Sinclair	
P. Murray	
A. G. Johnston	
Geo. Stainburne	
A D Cameron	
A. J. Colbeck	
M Kirkland 	
M. J. Sweet	
A J McDougall	
M. J. Norris	
James Murray	
R. Ryder	
T. N. Hibben & Co....
T Bartlett	
M W Wraitt & Co	
S. M. Pearson	
Richmond Corporation
L Thornber	
"Daily Colonist"	
WH Ladner	
W Pybus 	
T McNeeley	
T. N. Hibben &Co....
John Gibson	
Mrs J McDonald	
L Gibson	
TN Hibben* Co	
James Cunningham...
T Shannon	
Do	
A. J. Street 	
D McGillvray	
G Hodgson  '	
John Murchinson   ....
James Cunningham ..
Jessie Irving	
W Hampton	
J Houston	
W Pike	
G. B. Murray	
Hastings Sawmill Co..
Leon A Ridley	
WJohns	
E E Miller	
DeVere Yerxa	
T Fisher	
Daily " Colonist"	
Torakichi 	
Moodyville Sawmill Co
Do.
Clara Crook	
Jane Hart	
C. J. Hamilton	
A. S. Bailey	
S. Flood	
A. McKenzie	
F. Leduc	
C. Schubert	
M. Coughlan	
R. S. Hanna	
Do	
J. Boag	
J. Irwin	
Brought forward...:	
VIII.—EDUCATION.—Continued.
Vote No. 65.—New Westminster District.—Concluded.
Box-stove, pipes, elbows, &c.
Cleaning school-house 	
6 cords wood   	
Cleaning school, 6 weeks —
do. 2    „     ....
do. 2 months  ..
do. 2    „
Vote No. 66.—New Westminster District.
Teacher, Chilliwhack, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883, @ $70 $ mo.
do.    Cheam, do. do. 50 „
do.     Prairie, do. do. 50 „
Langley, 1st to 31st July, 1882, 55 „
do. 1st August, 18S2,      do. 65 „
Sumass, 1st July,        ,, do. 50
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Maple Ridge, 1st to 31st Julv, 1882,
do. 7th August, 1882,      do.
Granville, 1st to 31st July, 1882,
do. 1st August to 31st December, 1882,
do. 28th January to 30th June, 1883,
Burrard Inlet, let July to 31st October, 1882,
do. 1st Nov., 1882, to 30th June. 1883,
65
55
65
55
65
50
50
50
North Arm,    1st July,    „ do.
Trenant, do. ,, do.
Surrey, 21st Aug.  „ do.
Making school desks, Chilliwhack	
Cleaning school-house,     do	
2 boxes crayons, do	
12 cords wood, @ §1.75     do	
4 boxes crayons, do.        	
Removing school furniture, making bench, Ssc, North Arm School...
Rent of Hall, 1st Februarj', 1882, to SOth April, 1883.   do.
Wood, $11, desk, $7.60, clock, $7.25, bucket,$1.25,       do.
Advertising "Teacher Wanted," Trenant	
Sundry disbursements, do	
Painting and whitewashing school-house, Trenant	
do.
Wood, lime, sundries,
Box crayons, Cheam	
2000 pickets, do	
Postage stamps and stationery, do	
Building fence, do	
1 visitors' book, Surrey	
Stove-pipe, &c, do	
Broom and wall-paper, do	
Blackboard, wood, &c, do	
Repairs and building latrine, Sumass	
Cleaning school-house, do.       wood and broom	
i cords wood, do	
16 cords wood & blackboard, Prairie  	
Pail, bucket, &c, do	
Cleaning school-house, Maple Ridge	
Grading play ground, $20, 4 cords wood, $16 Maple Ridge School.
Whitewashing and material, Langley	
4^ cords wood, do	
Repairs to school-house, do.
Wood, & paid cleaning school-house, Granville	
Cleaning school-house, do	
do. do	
do. do	
do. do	
Repairs and building latrine, do	
Advertising Teacher wanted, do	
1 cord wood, Burrard Inlet 	
Sundries, do. 	
Indian cleaning school, cutting wood, do. 	
Cleaning school-house, do. 	
do. do. 	
Vote No. 67.—Hope-Yale District.
Teacher, Nicola,        1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883, @ $60 $ month
do.
do.
do.
'do.
Matron,
Lvtton, do.
Hope, 1st to 31st July, 1882,
do. 1st Aug.. 1882,
Cache Creek, 1st July,  ,,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Teacher, Okanagan.
do. do.
do. do.
do.     Yale,
do.       do.
do.
1st to 31st July, 1882,
1st October to 31st December, 1882,
1st January to 30th June, 1883,
1st to 31st July, 1882,
10th Aug., 1882, to 30th June, 1883,
Carried forward.
60
50
50
75
50
60
60
60
60
862 93
11 00
5 00
2 75
25 00
1  906 63
3,016 15 31,502 02
37 00
48 00
21 00
18 00
6 00
24 00
24 00
840 00
600 00
600 00
55 00
605 00
600 00
60 00
648 38
65 00
275 00
280 32
220 00
440 00
600 00
600 00
517 74
11 00
6 00
2 00
21 00
1 00
2 75
70 00
27 00
3 12
10 60
19 00
12 25
1 00
25 00
2 00
11 87
1 00
17 25
1 75
20 00
20 00
12 60
7 60
30 00
4 27
1 50
36 00
7 87
14 62
6 25
6 00
3 00
4 60
4 00
1 50
16 00
4 00
3 00
13 25
32 25
4 50
11 00
720 00
720 00
50 00
650 00
900 00
600 00
50 00
150 00
360 00
60 00
642 58
3,193 16
7,504 9
4,802 68 42,200 11 47 Vic.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
47
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
T Seward	
J Boucherat	
James Chapman ...
Dailv "Standard"..
T. N. Hibben & Co.
J Christian	
F Brant	
C Levasseur	
T O'Keefe	
E Leguime	
James Wardle	
W L Flood	
T. Hayes	
A. Dunn	
W. Fraser	
W. Harrison	
W H Holmes	
G McCully	
"Daily Colonist"...
J Hassard	
C Chiisalim	
D McQuarrie	
Indian "Sider"	
J McBride	
U Nelson	
C A Semlin	
W Vaght 	
A Coutlie	
C. Phair	
J. F. Smith	
Matilda Miller	
G R Tinker	
Indian "Dick"....
James Dickey ....
T N Hibben & Co .
M W Waitt & Co..
J Miller	
H Featherstone ..
C Phair 	
Indian "Mary"	
J Chenall	
H Bird 	
A. McKenzie	
J. R. Stirling	
Gavin Hamilton ...
T N Hibben & Co .
Edward Deloire ...
J   Harkin	
J Bibby	
S A Rogers	
G Byrnes	
R Jones	
W G McCormick ...
F Meyer	
Daily "Standard" .
Brought forward	
VIIL—EDUCATION.—Concluded.
Vote No. 67.—Hope-Yale District.—Concluded.
Wood and cleaning school-house, Lytton, Oct., 1881, to Jan., 1882.
Stove-pipe, dampers, etc. do	
Wood and 2 panes glass, do	
Advertising "Teacher Wanted" Okanagan school	
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Hope school .
1 box chalk and postage,
Hauling lumber, $5, locks 83.50.
8 cords wood,
Making desks,
1 broom,
Stationery and stamps,
7 cords wood, axe, and broom,
Repairs to school-house and 1 cord wood, do
8 cords wood, do
Cleaning school-house,                       Yale school
Sawing 1 cord wood,                                    do.
Stationery,                                                    do.
2 cords wood do.
3 panes glass, glazing, repairs to lock,      do
Advertising for teacher,
Cleaning school-house,
Cutting 7 cords wood,
Postage stamps,
Cleaning school,
Bucket and tin cups,
Call bell,
8 cords wood, Cache Creek school	
Wood and cleaning school, Nicola Valley
do. do. do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Vote No. 08.—Lillooet District.
Teacher, Lillooet, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883,      @$60 $ month
Do.     Clinton, do.
Cleaning school-house, Lillooet
do.
panes glass,
Cutting wood,
2 cords wood,
Stationery and chalk,
Box chalk,
Laths, &c.
Tacks, screws, &c,
Stove,
Cleaning school,
5 cords wood, Clinton
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Geo. Kenney	
B. C. Express Co...
Do.
A Wilson	
Humphrey & Grant
J. Clearihue	
Fletcher & Co	
S. Brierly	
Indian " Shupman"
Do.  " Barney" ..
Vote No. 69.—Cariboo District.
Teacher, Williams Lake, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883, @ $60 $ m
Do.    Quesnellemouth, 1st to 31st July, 1882, 60    „
Do.     Barkerville, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883, 83.33
10 cords wood, Williams Lake	
1 box chalk, liquid slating, and charges, Barkerville	
4 cords wood, do	
Sawing 2 cords wood and cleaning school,      do. 	
Repairing stove, do.       	
1 shovel and broom, do.        	
Rent of school-house, 1st April, 1882, to 31st March, 1883, Barkerville.
Sawing 4 cords wood, Barkerville	
2 cords wood, do.        	
Shovelling snow off school-house, do	
Advertising " Teacher Wanted," Quesnellemouth 	
IX—TRANSPORT.
Vote No. 70.—Freight on Remittances.
Charges on gold dust from Omineca to Victoria... 	
Do.      from Kamloops	
Do.      from Alexandra Bridge 	
Do.       from East Coast	
Vote No. 71.—Travellino Expenses, Officers on Duty
Provisions for Government Agent, A. W. Vowell, Cassiar	
Do. do. do. ' ....
Meals for do. do	
Do. do. do	
Packing do. do	
Do. do. do	
Carried forward	
906 68
20 25
i 00
4,802 58 42,200 11
20 25
5 12
28 00
2 50
2 00
8 50
16 00
8 00
1 60
1 00
25 75
14 25
41 00
2 00
1 50
1 25
10 00
8 00
3 00
4 00
7. 00
50
1 50
1 25
1 00
30 00
11 00
16 25
720 00
720 00
13 75
3 25
4 00
9 00
5 12
1 00
60
2 00
22 50
1 38
15 00
720 00
60 00
999 96
40 00
6 10
22 00
38 00
5 75
3 50
105 00
12 00
10 00
1 50
2 50
6,079 70
1,517 50
2,026 31
50,823 62
8 50
7 12
14 88
32 42
17 23
5 15
30 0C
42 00
3 00
8 00
62 92 48
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$  ets.
$   cts.
$   cts.
999 93
9 00
10 00
10 00
12 50
4 50
105 38
15 00
2 50
10 00
4 00
15 00
15 00
73 68
5 00
21 24
5 00
23 00
6 25
36 00
8 00
20 07
59 37
24 50
9 25
15 52
11 50
6 00
45 00
12 60
1 00
14 00
3 00
2 50
12 50
1 00
10 00
6 00
2 50
6 50
1 00
30 00
3 00
3 00
2 00
5 00
15 50
2 00
10 50
3 00
2 50
2 50
3 00
2 60
16 00
7 50
6 75
9 25
22 50
12 00
4 50
5 00
18 00
5 20
10 00
5 00
1 50
3 25
11 50
3 25
15 50
1 25
12 00
24 00
20 50
6 50
28 25
4 50
13 25
62 92
Indian " Bullfrog"	
IX —TRANSPORT.—Continued.
Vote No. 71.—Travelling Expenses, Officers on Duty.—Continued.
Do.                              do.                                          	
W P Wilson           	
W Richard	
Do.                              do.                   	
G A Pritchett...
Fletcher & Co	
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do	
Do.             Attorney-General Hon. J. R. Hett & Solicitor Harrison
Do.
Do	
Do.             Chief C. of L. an I W.. Hon. G. A. Walkem	
B. F. Dillon	
Do.              Provincial Secretary, Hon. T. B. Humphreys	
Do.                                do.                                do.                   	
Do.              Private Sec, R. G. Tatlow. to H.M. ship "Comus "	
Do.              Prov. Sec, Hon. W. J. Armstrong, to Govt. House ..
Do.              Deputy Treasurer, J. J. Young, to and from steamers
J. W. Williams	
Do	
Do	
Do.              Executive Council at reception of Governor-General..
Do
Do.
Do.             	
Do.                               do.                          do. and Hon. M.W.T. Drake
J W Williams ..
Do.
R. G. Tatlow	
Conveyance of Private Sec, Victoria to H.M.S. " Comus," Esquimalt..
Passage and meals for Deputy Treasurer, to New Westminster & return
Meals and bed,                     do.                                    do.         	
Sundry expenses                    do.                                       do.          	
Pioneer Line Steamers  .
W Brunskill
S Y Wootton
Do.                                do.                  	
,
S. Y Wootton
W J Armstrong	
Passage and meals for Provincial Secretary to New West., and return..
Steamer Western Slope..
G Tuttle
1,045 93
959 21
62 9? 47 Vic.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883,
49
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE,
Arrears,
8   ets.
S   cts.
8   cts.
Steamer Princess Louise
J Austin 	
S Y Wooton	
M Richards	
J Fullarton	
Hon A E B Davie	
C P Navigation Co	
A McDowell	
Steamer Peerless	
Do.   -R P Rithet....
B C Express Co	
W S Gore, Surveyor-Gen
J Clearihue	
CW Baker	
Indians' Teter,"' 'Dennis"
Brought forward	
IX.—TRANSPORT.—Concluded.
Vote No. 71.—Travelling Expenses, Officers on Duty.—Coneluded.
Passage, meals, and room for Auditor	
Meals and bed, do	
Allowance for expenses from Cariboo to Victoria	
Provisions for Government Agent, A. W. Vowell, Cassiar
Passages for do. do.
Travelling allowance, Mainland Assizes, 28 days .
E. B. Davie, Victoria to Yale & return
Cache Creek to Kamloops
Kamloops to Savona's F.
Yale to Victoria	
Yale to Cache Ck. & r'tn.
Passages of Attorney-General, A
Stage fare, do.
Passage, do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
Incidental expenses while inspecting Government works in 1881
Provisions for Officers at Laketon	
Repairs to Government boat 	
Services working in   do.       from Laketon to McDame Creek & return
Vote No. 72.—Keep of Horses.
1,045 93
959 21
R. Baker & Son  Horse feed, hay and oats, July, 1882, to June, 1883
W. C. Bryant  Shoeing Messenger's horse	
Executors of Sir J Douglas per L Lowenberg..
Estate of Henry Rhodes,
L Lowenberg 	
G Byrnes	
Henry Fry	
L Lowenberg	
T McKay Lambly.
JE White	
J  C Haynes	
George Kenny	
Samuel Bakes	
Thomas Harris	
W K Bull 	
John Clapperton	
Eric Duncan	
J  F Allison	
S. P. Mills	
J. G, Barnston	
Hamilton & Griffin.
S. Downs 	
J. McLean	
J. Boyd	
Fletcher & McNaughten
R. McLeese 	
J. Murray	
RHPidcock	
M Lumby	
Edward Marriner 	
R Deighton 	
F W Foster	
A W Lundbom	
X.—RENT.
Vote No. 73.—Government House, Victoria.
Rent of Section 76, Fairfield, 12 months to 24th March, 1883	
Vote No. 74a.—Temporary Residence of His Honour the Lieut. -
Governor.
Rent of Maplehurst, furnished, from 1st September to 15th Decern
ber, 3£ months @ $200	
Services drawing up leases from Mr. Dobbin, Esquimalt, and the
Rhodes' estate, Maplehurst, including expenses to and from
Esquimalt	
XL—REVENUE SERVICES.
Vote No. 75.—Commission.
Commission on collections, Cariboo District, @ 12\ per cent.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
do.
Cowichan     „
10      „
do.
Victoria City,,
5      „
do.
Okanagan    ,,
25       „
do.
Skeena         ,,
15        „
do.
Osoyoos        ,,
25       „
do.
Omineca      ,,
15        „
do.
Victoria City
10       ,,
do.
do.
10       „
do.
do.
10       „
do.
Nicola
10
do.
Comox
10       „
do.
Similkameen
20       „
Courts of Appeal.
Holding Court of Revision at Victoria City, District, and Esquimalt
Do. do. Nanaimo	
Meals, bed, and horse keep for Govt. Agent, J. Bowron, holding Court
of Revision at Stanley, Richfield, Quesnelle, Williams Lake, Soda Ck.
Do. do. do. do.
Do. do. do. do.
Do. do. do. do.
Do. do. do. do.
Do. do. do. do.
Horse hire, 15 days, do. do. do.
Holding Court of Revision at Comox 85, mileage $2	
Do. do. Okanagan §20, mileage §30	
Do. do. Cowichan, Maple Bay, and S. S. I. & exps
Do. do.        Yale 	
Do. do.        Clinton 	
Do. do.        Nicola 	
J. W. Williams .
J. Muir	
M. Young	
Travelling Expenses.
Horse hire for Assessor R. Jones
Horse keep, do.
Meals, do.
7 50
Carried forward II   1,200 93
234 83
126
9 00
701
66 45
249 37
63 75
7
45 50
628
178 82
65 02
8 00
70 00
6 00
7 75
4 00
8 00
6 25
7 60
24 00
37 50
7 00
50 00
20 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
120 50
2 00
50
123 00
1,466 i
1,679 99
48 50
725 00
773 50
2,285 68
277 00
2,562 i 50
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
8   cts.
cts.
8   cts.
M. Rowland	
J. Parker 	
J. Stevens	
H. Wain 	
H. Simpson	
J. Henderson  	
Victoria Transfer Co	
G Francis	
J Camp	
J Miller	
Indian "Dick"	
H J French	
Veith, Borland & Co....
Do.
J. Boyd	
J. McLean 	
Fletcher & McNaughten
Mason & Daly	
R. K. Evans	
J. D. Mclnnes	
C. P. Dunlevy	
G. Hamilton	
F. Guy  	
A. Kelly	
W. Brunskill   	
S. Downes & Co	
C. B. Eagle 	
Pinchbeck & Lyne	
Hamilton & Griffin	
C B Eagle	
Do	
Indian "Ounagast"	
,, "Louis" & "Jim'
„ "Shol" & "Billy'
,,     "Charley"  	
Occident Hotel	
G. Baillie 	
Pioneer Line Steamers ..
B. C. Express Co	
E. Connell	
J. Campbell	
E. Connell	
T. Benton	
H. B. Dart	
J. H. Wood 	
T. M. Hamilton 	
M. Morrison	
J. Currie	
J. Campbell	
W. H. Wright	
H. O. Bowe 	
P. Grinder	
G. R. Tinker	
R. Carson	
W. Livingstone  	
J. Hetherington	
T. C. Harris	
J. Miller	
Steamer Enterprise	
,,     Western Slope..
Pioneer Line Steamers ..
G. Tuttle 	
Ah Get	
J. Hunter	
J. James	
Hop Sing 	
O. Jones	
E. Skuse	
F. Matthews	
G. Baillie 	
J. C. Insley 	
A. Clemis	
H. B. Dart	
J.- McKay	
B. C. Express Co	
C.P Navigation Co	
J Wirth	
J James	
Fletcher & McNaughten
W W Dodd	
Brought forward	
XL—REVENUE SERVICES.—Continued.
Vote No. 75.—Commission, &c—Continued.
Travelling Expenses.—Continued.
Meals for Assessor R.  Jones     	
Do. do. 	
Do. do. 	
Do. bed & horse keep, do. 	
Do. do. do. 	
Do. do. do. 	
Horse hire, do. 	
Do. do. 	
Lunch, do. 	
Horse hire for Collector Miller 	
Canoe hire, do. 	
Horse hire for Collector J. C. Hughes	
Meals, bed, & horse keep, Assessor W. Stevenson
1,200 93
Hay and oats.
Meals and horse keep,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.-
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Hay and grain,
Horse keep, 3 months,
Canoe hire for
Do.
Do.
Do.
Meals and bed,
Meals and horse hire,
Passage, meals, and bed,
Horse hire and stage fare,
Meals and horse feed,
Stage fare, Lytton to Yale,
Meal,
Do.
Do. and bed,
Meals, bed, and horse keep, Collector Livingstone .
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. 	
Horse hire for Collector Livingstone, 24 days @ §2.50	
Meals, do. 	
Do.   and bed, do. 	
Horse hire, do. 	
Passage and meals for Supt. Todd, collecting from Chinese.
Collector C. Gallagher ,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Do.
Do.
do. do.
do. and bed, do.
Meals and bed, do.
Do. do. do.
Do. do. do.
Do. do. do.
Do. do. do.
Do. do. do.
Do. do. Collector Kirkup ...
Do. do. do.
Do. do. do.
Do. do.
Do.   and horse feed, do.
Passage and meals, do.
Horse hire, do.
Passage to Yale, do.
Passage and meals, do.
Horse hire, do.
Board and lodging, do.
Meals and bed for Collector J. Lindsay.
Conveyance from Richfield,    do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Carried forward.
2,562 58
50
1 00
75
1 50
2 00
2 50
30 00
40 00
50
27 00
4 00
5 00
59 40
35 92
7 25
25 50
14 18
39 00
13 50
8 25
19 50
8 25
19 00
10 00
3 25
8 25
8 50
2 50
5 00
105 65
21 00
1 00
2 60
2 50
1 00
16 50
16 50
10 25
22 00
75
10 00
50
50
5 00
6 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 50
4 00
1 50
3 00
2 60
2 00
60 00
1 00
2 00
2 00
5 25
6 25
22 60
7 00
1 60
2 50
7 50
8 00
5 00
3 00
1 50
8 00
2 00
1 50
8 50
10 00
12 60
2 50
2 00
2 00
5 00
4 00
1,200 93
15  2,562 58 47 Vic.      Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
51
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
8   cts.
S   ets.
Mrs J Hoskins	
T Penny	
W LeBallister	
A Uren 	
Edward Metcalf	
W. C. White	
S. Bakes	
"Daily Standard"	
Do.
Do.
"Daily Colonist"	
"Columbian"   	
"Free Press"	
"Inland Sentinel" ...
"Mainland Guardian"
"Evening Post"	
Postmaster, Clinton .
R. Grahame	
J. Camp	
H. Simpson	
Indian "Charley"  ...
G. Kenny	
N J Venn	
P Brady.....	
J Dick	
Calbreath, Grant & Cook
C. Loat
McKillican & Anderson.
G. Kirsop	
M Humber	
S  Gray	
E Harrison, Sr	
A. & W. Wilson....
J McDowell	
J Crowther	
Lettice& Sears	
S L Kelly	
J P Burgess	
T Storey	
Stewart & Braden.
"Columbian"	
C G Major	
RoyalCity Planing Mill Co
Wilcox & Johnson	
Hoy & Fry	
J. W. Stirtan	
Do	
C. Carpenter	
Renwick & Co	
Fletcher & McDonald .
W Wilson	
U. Nelson	
Hiidson Bay Co.
J  H Hort	
J Hutchinson ,
Brought forward	
XL—REVENUE SERVICES.—Concluded.
Vote No. 75.—Commission, &c.—Concluded.
Travelling Expenses.—Concluded.
Meals and bed for Collector M. Bray.
Passage from Departure Bay,   do.    ..
Buggy hire,                                do.    ..
Meals,                                         do.
Horse hire for Collector Poole	
Rent, Miscellaneous.
Cartage of Chinese effects seized for Provincial Revenue Tax	
Assistance, collecting Revenue Tax   	
Advertising sale of land for taxes	
Do.        Notice to taxpayers	
Court of Revision   	
Notice to taxpayers   	
do. 	
Court of Revision, sale of land for taxes, &e	
Court of Revision, sundry notices, and sale of land for taxes
Court of Revision	
do	
Stamps for Collector Stephenson	
Rent of room for holding Court of Revision, Parson's Bridge	
Do. do. Royal Oak	
Do. do. South Saanich 	
With Supt. Todd, whilst collecting taxes from Chinese on line of railway
Rent of house for Collector, Omineca, 12 months, to 31st Dec, 1SS2.
Two days assisting making Assessment Roll	
Rent of Office, Telegraph Creek, 1st July to 31st October, 1882	
Two days with Collector Miller with canoe, collecting taxes   	
Rent of Toll Office, Telegraph Creek, 2 months	
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Vote No. 76.
Services Collecting School Tax at Wellington, 1880 ,
XIL—PUBLIC WORKS.
Works and Buildings.
Vote No. 77.—Repairs to Government Buildings and Fences, Victoria
Labour and materials, Government Offices, James' Bay, City Gaol, and
"The Winds"	
Stone mantle j>iece for centre building, and fitting same	
Setting grate and laying cement hearth^ Lands and Works Office...
Sundry repairs to Messenger's house, and fixing shelves, Supreme Court
Labour and material at House of Assembly, Land and Printing Offices
One grate for Lands and Works Office, and'repairs to House of Assembly
Sundry repairs to centre building, Supreme Court, and Printing Office
Painting Supreme Court room and Registrar's Office	
Painting, paper hanging, &e.,  " The Winds "	
Sundry repairs to roofs, gas and water pipes, all Departments 	
Repairs to Registrar's Office	
Do.       Supreme Court room	
Labour on gas meter and fixtures	
Vote No. 78.—Repairs to Govt. Buildings and Fences, New West'r.
Advertising for tenders, lumber for side-walk	
130 lbs. of spikes for side-walk   	
Lumber for do	
Painting Court House	
Sundry repairs to Court House	
Vote No. 79.—Repairs to Government Buildings and Fences, Nanaimo,
Repairs to Departure Bay lock-up   	
Do.      Nanaimo Gaol and Court House	
Lumber	
Smithwork, Nanaimo Gaol   	
Repairs to Court House and Gaol	
Iron pipe, labour, &c	
Vote No. 80.—Repairs to Government Buildings and Fences,
Yale District.
Lining, wall-paper, &c, for Toll House 	
Sundries, do. 	
Repairing roof of Court House and Gaol, Lytton	
Painting Gaol fence, Yale .
J Mclntyre ! Salt for whitewashing Lytton Gaol.
Carried forward.
1,200 93
30 97
958 15
2 00
50
4 00
1 50
15 00
981 15
50
12 60
75 00
20 00
7 60
15 00
8 00
65 50
43 00
2 60
7 50
3 00
6 00
5 00
5 00
25 00
30 00
5 00
40 00
3 00
20 00
399 00
30 97
3,973 70
258 10
90 00
14 00
87 40
32 47
26 50
22 50
73 00
15 00
64 64
215 30
118 75
3 50
2 50
6 60
48 92
105 00
25 00
41 75
5 50
13 45
6 25
10 60
19 80
13 38
•5 92
7 50
2 50
1 00
2,562 58
1,021 16
187 92
96 25
1,335 63 52
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
8   cts.
cts.
Hudson Bay Co,
Do.
I. B. Nason	
Do	
J. Murray	
Pay Sheet	
J. T. Galbraith
D. Griffiths ...
W Ronald	
Calbreath, Grant & Cook
Pay Sheet	
E.'Bell	
C. Mclntyre	
F."W. Foster	
J. McCully	
U Nelson	
C. Digby	
J. A. Calbick	
J Cunningham	
W Edwards	
A. & W. Wilson 	
E Harrison 	
C Hayward	
D. W. Gordon	
Fletcher & McDonald
"Free Press"	
C. W. Horth	
J Swift	
Fletcher & McDonald	
Do.
G. H.'Frost 	
Do	
C/Carpenter	
Price & Muir	
J. Cameron	
J. Swift	
J. Campbell	
"Free Press"	
J, Harvey	
W. Constantine 	
A & W Wilson	
Do. 	
Matthews,Richards & Tye
G. Morison	
J Barnes	
W. Bond	
Fellows & Prior	
Lettice & Sears	
H Mitchell	
Arthur Vipond	
P McQuade & Son	
H Mansell	
S L Kelly & Co	
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No. 81.—Repairs to Government Buildings, Cariboo District.
Nails, screws, glass, and pad-lock, Richfield	
One counter, desk, etc., do. 	
Iron wedges, &c, for raising lock-up, Richfield	
Labour and material repairing building,   do	
Do. do. do	
Vote No. 82.—Repairs to Government Buildings, Kootenay.
Labour, constructing Gaol at Wild Horse Creek	
Material do. do. 	
Labour and material, do. 	
Vote No. 83.—Repairs to Government Buildings and Fences,
Cassiar District.
Repairing Gaol, Laketon	
Lumber, nails, hinges, etc	
Labour, sundry repairs	
Vote No. 83a.—Repairs to Government Buildings and Fences,
Lillooet District.
Glue, whitewash, &c	
Sundry repairs, 2 drawers for Court room table, painting, &c	
Sundry material, wall-paper, paint, &c	
Repairs to stove and pipe	
Wall-paper and tacks	
Vote No. 8/t.—Repairs to Asylum for the Insane, New Westminster.
Repairs, labour and material	
Do. do. 	
Pump, pipes, &c, and labour on same	
Repairing drains	
Vote No. 85.—Victoria Gaol.
27 feet of 3-inch pipe, and fitting same  	
Glass, and setting same	
Repairs, labour and material	
Vote No. 86.—Nanaimo Court House.
Plans and specifications	
Contract for addition to Court House	
Advertising for tenders        do.  ' 	
Hauling stone for do. 	
Painting rooms	
Vote No. 87.—Fencing, &c, Hospital Grounds, Nanaimo.
Amount of Contract	
Extras, covering well, &c	
Contract for fencing 	
Ventilator to wash-room and extra gates	
Lumber	
Sinking well and making box drain	
Labour and materials, whitewashing out-buildings and fence, & gradin
Paint	
Clearing the ground	
Advertising for tenders 	
Nails  	
Vote No. 88.—Improvement of Government Reserves.
Repairing gates at James' Bay	
100 feet |-in. hose, and repairing old hose	
Two lawn sprinklers, hose, sundry articles, and repairs to pipe	
Tools for use of convicts 	
Oil for lawn cutter	
Clearing land, East side of Beacon Hill Park	
Hauling stone from School Reserve to James' Bay	
Lawn mower, wheelbarrows, and sundry tools	
Painting fence	
Planting grounds, James Bay	
Repairing lawn mower	
Oil for lawn mowrer	
One pair of gum boots for Messenger	
100 feet of hose and repairing old hose	
Carried forward	
1,246 90
33 50
5 00
32 50
10 50
112 70
35 00
147 00
38 35
14 65
5 50
24 00
57 50
5 00
151 00
81 98
7 50
3 50
10 00
17 00
19 25
19 00
9 15
5 62
71 31
36 50
937 00
2 50
8 00
16 00
140 25
38 53
64 60
14 50
122 14
75 00
25 75
7 00
6 00
3 00
3 30
3 87
33 50
39 40
21 70
1 60
45 00
13 50
92 62
8 00
111 00
1 50
2 60
5 50
30 25
1,335 63
195 70
87 00
248 98
1,000 00
499 97
409 84 47 Vic Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
53
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
1,280 40
98 99
26 25
32 00
4,128 45
XIL—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No. 89.—Construction of Government Buildings, Cariboo.
4,900 00
100 00
Do	
Vote No. 90.—Boat House, Nanaimo.
5,000 00
J. W. Stirtan	
2 00
39 87
84 71
14 48
3 00
11 37
11,000 Shingles	
6,777 ft. lumber 	
J. H. Pleace	
Vote No. 91.—Fencing, &c, School Reserve, Victoria.
155 43
A & W Wilson	
Vote No. 9%.—Furniture, Government Offices.
27 75
155 66
39 00
26 25
11 25
32 00
91 25
87 25
64 75
73 44
4 00
17 50
4 00
4 62
66 00
1 25
14 00
25 74
2 00
3 25
1 26
16 25
9 87
38 37
7 50
1 50
5 00
20 00
3 00
8 00
1 50
2 87
40 00
10 00
56 50
8 00
5 00
3 82
1 50
Do.             	
Sundry material and labour for Government 'offices, James* Bay 	
Do.            	
R. W. Fawcett	
Do.             	
J. Weiler  	
Do	
Do.           	
Chairs for Legislative Assembly and carpet for Lands and Works Office
Do	
J. G. Bunte	
2 doz. chairs and 1 table, carpet, wash-stand, etc., New West. Offices ..
J Prisk	
Labour and material for sundry offices, James' Bay	
Do.             	
J. Sehl 	
Two pairs of blankets for Judges' Chambers, Yale Court House	
W Earle	
Fell & Co	
W Wilson	
TH Fletcher	
J McDowell          	
Making stand for press and repairing furniture, etc., Immigration Office
One table lamp and extra chimneys for office, Telegraph Creek	
S L Kelly	
J Bibby	
Stove, pipe, etc.,                                    do.        .        	
A Kelly	
C H Harris	
Vote No. 93.—Insurance of Government Buildings.
(
7 00
10 60
7 00
8 75
5 25
16 50
5 25
5 26
8 76
7 00
7 00
12 25
13 12
7 00
8 75
150 00
10 50
75 00
12 50
61 25
8 75
970 89
Do.          Matsqui                       do.               	
Do.          Victoria                        do.                    	
Do           Langley                       do.          	
Do.          Lillooet                        do.         	
Car ied forward ,,,,,	
1,437 64
HI 87
10,719 77 54
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
8   cts.
$   cts.
Imperial Insurance Co.
London & Lancashire.
Liverpool, London, &   )
Globe : J"
North British & Mer-J
cantile  *i
Commercial Union Co.
Guardian Insurance Co.
Phoenix Insurance Co.
Northern Insurance Co.
W. S. Wraight	
J. Teague	
HC Wilson	
McKillican & Anderson
S L Kelly 	
M W Waitt & Co	
C Hayward	
J. Sehl   	
C. T. Penwill	
"Daily Standard"   	
T Levy 	
"Columbian"	
J Murchison	
"Columbian"	
D. Nevin	
A. J. Street 	
Knight Brothers	
J. Wise	
G. R. Ashweli	
Pioneer Line Steamers
Steamer Gertrude	
J Hamberry	
D. F. Adams	
"Daily Standard"  	
J. A. Calbick	
W. Innes	
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Works and Buibdings.—Continued.
Vote No. 93.—Insurance of Government Buildings.—Concluded.
Insurance on Burrard Inlet School-house
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Burgoyne Bay do.
Comox do. 	
Gabriola Island do. 	
Sumass do. 	
Government House and furniture  	
Printing Office, James' Bay 	
Government Buildings, James' Bay   	
Government House Stables  	
Clinton Court House   	
New Westminster School-house   :	
West-South Saanich do	
North Saanich do.        	
Hospital, Victoria, and building, Indian Reserve .
Asylum, New Westminster	
Victoria School-house	
Nanaimo        do. 	
Wellington    do. 	
Chilliwhack   do. 	
Cedar Dist.    do. 	
Government Buildings, James' Bay
Lake District School-house	
Hope do. 	
Denman Island        do. 	
North Cowichan      do. 	
High School and Cedar Hill School..
Yale Court House	
Convalescents' Home, Victoria	
Nanaimo School-house	
Victoria do. 	
Craigflower    do. 	
Government Buildings, Richfield ...
Court House, New Westminster
Vote No. 9h.—Public School, Victoria.
Balance of Contract No. 2, for addition to building   	
Balance for plans, specifications, and superintending- do	
Repairing water-pipe at school reserve   	
Repairs to school-room, labour and material, hat-hooks, etc.
Repairs to conductor pipe	
45 Triumph normal school desks, and duty on same	
Fitting school desks and making two platforms, etc	
Two desk tables and two office chairs for teachers	
Vote No. 95.—Public School, South Saanich.
Repairs and additions, as per contract.
Notice to contractors and buildeis   ...
Vote No. 96.—Public School, Maple Ridje.
Building, as per contract.
Notice to contractors	
Vote No. 98.—Public School, Surrey.
Building, as per contract.
Notice to contractors	
Vote No. 99.—Public School, Chilliwhack.
Fixing stove pipes and repairing well bucket, &c.  ...
Labour and material for wood shed, fixing seats, etc.
Lumber for wood shed and well	
4,000 shingles 	
Nails   	
Freight on lumber	
Do.    on shingles	
Digging and planking well	
Vote No. 100.—Public School, Esquimalt.
Building wood shed and fence, per contract
Notice to contractors	
Vote No. 101.—Public School, Prairie.
Making 14 desks and seats	
Expressage on do. from New Westminster.
Carried forward.
1,437 64        447 37    10,719 77
10 50
5 25
7 00
5 25
7 00
90 0C
91 0(
90 75
43 75
60 0C
9 37
9 0C
6 0C
87 50
125 00
75 00
31 25
21 87
11 37
5 25
110 75
7 0C
7 00
4 37
7 0C
25 75
77 5C
22 5C
77 86
100 OC
17 5C
125 0C
45 00
5,146 57
149 58
10 OC
23 75
2 25
438 75
77 IS
50 00
303 00
10 OO
739 00
8 00
479 00
8 00
11 50
28 00
29 5S
14 00
4 80
8 90
2 50
10 00
-145 00
5 00
42 00
8 00
1   1,437 64	
1,866 71
5,898 03
313 00
747 00
487 00
109 34
50 00
20,340 85 47 Vic.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
55
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
S   cts.
$   cts.
S   cts.
R F Swan	
A. W. Smith....
J. Miller 	
G R Tinker	
B Got	
J, Hudson	
G. Hamilton	
W. M. Hosie....
H. McAdie	
J H Stirtan	
"Free Press" ...
J. A. Calhick ...
Woods & Turner
HHoy	
Lettice and Sears ....
Matthews,Richards & Tye
Eli Harrison, Sr	
Muirhead & Mann 	
McKillican & Anderson.
Mary Sullivan	
J. P. Burgess  	
Do. 	
Do. 	
Smith & Rendell	
M Humber	
A. & W. Wilson	
R. W. Fawcett	
J Kinsman	
Stewart & Eraden	
Fellows  &  Prior	
J  Crowther	
J Weiler	
A. Whetstone 	
D. Spencer 	
Hudson Bay Co	
J Sehl	
C. Strouss & Co	
Wells, Fargo & Co	
Fellows & Prior	
D. Samuels   	
Collector of Customs	
Mrs. G. Jenkinson	
W Denny 	
J. Weiler   	
T Carrington	
C. E. Redfern	
Thos. Day & Co	
R W Fawcett	
Hutcheson, Young & Co
A& W Wilson	
T. W. Pierre	
H. Jewell 	
Burnes & Co	
J P Burgiss	
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Concluded.
Vote No. 103.—Public School, Denman Island.
Making seats and desks, per agreement	
Vote No. 105.—Public School, Lillooet.
Hinges, screws, and nails ,	
Building 2 out-houses	
Glass, etc., and expressage from Clinton   	
Labour, clearing play-ground, and repairs to building	
Vote No. 106.—Public School, Williams Lake.
Labour, sundry repairs	
2,500 shingles, lock, and nails 	
Vote No. 106a.—Repairs to Nanaimo School, and Fencing,
Painting School-house and fence, per contract	
Building coal-sheds, Girls' School	
Sundry repairs	
Advertising for tenders	
Vote No. 106b.—Public School, New Westminster City.
Desks, altering seats, and repairing fences, etc	
Surveying line, School Reserve	
Superintending work of building	
Government House, Victoria.
Vote No. 107.—Repairs to Building.
1,437 64
Glazing windows	
Whitewash brushes	
Painting, labour and material	
Repairs to green-house, hot-bed frames, &c	
Do.    to drain	
Cleaning house	
Sundry labour and materials	
Labour on pump and box drains	
Repairs to coach-house, ladders, lumber, nails, etc	
Kalsomining	
Plastering	
Repairs to latrines, hanging bells, pump, etc	
Sundry repairs	
Do	
1 Hanshro No 3 pump, sundry repairs, and fitting same.
2 locks	
Painting, labour and material	
Wall paper, hanging same, and whitewashing	
Vote No. 108.—Furniture.
Express hire	
Carpet, fringe, &c	
Carpets, rugs, table linen, cutlery, &c	
Sundry articles	
Sheeting    	
Glassware, including' charges and duty from San Francisco.
Hand-bell, refrigerator, buckets, etc	
Table linen, napkins, etc	
Customs charges on do	
Making and trimming curtains and bed linen	
Blankets, curtain-cloth,  &c	
Mattresses, pillows, glassware, and cutlery	
Crockery, etc	
Tea-urn, candlesticks, cutlery, &c	
Candle shade, holders, etc	
Upholstering, wall-paper, labour, &c	
Sundry articles	
Kitchen utensils, plate warmer, baths, etc	
Renovating curtains   	
Sundry furniture	
Water cans	
Vote No. 103.—Fencing.
Repairs, labour and material	
1 50
7 00
2 50
14 50
44 00
31 00
360 00
28 50
86 00
2 50
315 00
5 00
25 00
8 25
3 00
336 23
140
29 00
19 50
147
76 13
104 41
5 00
16 00
240 25
16 90
38 50
143 75
2 25
38 60
51 87
1 00
66 39
881 90
106 92
64 67
83 50
21 12
234 00
46 80
61 50
191 12
258 80
98 50
151 50
16 00
592 13
37 71
347 93
15 00
50 90
12 50
20,340 85
50 00
25 50
75 00
477 00
345 00
1,418 24
!,339 !
75 00
Carried forward.
1,437 04
4,833 IS 56
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
1,437 64
12 00
26 00
3 25
4,833 13
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Government House, Victoria.—Concluded. '
Vote So. 110.—Water.
539 40
6 00
6 00
6 00
Victoria Water Works..
Daily  "Evening Post"..
do.             to Maplehurst, during occupancy by Lieut.-Governor.
Vote No. 111.—Fuel and Light.
691 60
171 87
51 70
Fell & Co	
Vote No. 112.—Improving Grounds.
915 17
12 00
81 33
67 50
11 60
93 00
43 75
12 50
1 75
5 25
.61 30
P. T. Johnston	
G. Stelly	
A & W Wilson	
J Millar	
W. A. Franklin	
Vote No. 113.—Gardener.
Gardener, wages, from 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883, @ 850 $ mo.
Vote No. Ilk.—Miscellaneous.
600 00
W A Franklin	
10 00
26 50
2 50
6 00
9 50
2 25
26 25
26 25
9 5u
64 00
39 99
31 25
32 50
2 00
31 31
20 00
Do.             	
Do.             do.                                      	
W. R. Clarke	
J. C. Keith	
In charge of Govt. House property and superintending repairs, 18 days
P. Gilligan	
Do.            3 4-7,,    	
A & W Wilson	
G. Winter	
Carriage hire to and from Government House, for Lands and Works
Dept., during repairs to building and arranging for reception of
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.
Vote No. 115.—Victoria District.
2 00
3 00
3 25
15 00
25 00
25 00
75 00
27 00
117 00
24 75
27 00
24 75
31 50
30 CO
10 00
12 50
67 50
13 75
15 00
44 35
12 60
66 25
13 75
15 00
35 00
100 00
116 23
7,020 48
K. LeClair	
Labour on Mount Newton Cross-road, South Saanich, 7£ days @ 62.00
Do.     with team, on Cross-road at school, N. do.       5     ,,           5
Do.                     do.              at Wain's and Penwill's    5     ,,           5
Do.   on road between Dean's and Fitzallen's, per agreement	
Do.   with horse and cart, on road near the Willows, 6 days @ S4.50
Do.                     do.                  do.       Foul Bay,           26   „           4.50
Do.                      do.                  do.       Lover's Lane        5£ ,,           4.50
Do.                     do.   repairing bridge at theRichmond, 6* ,,           4.50
Do.                     do.   on Saanich and Gorge Roads,       5^ ,,          4-i.O
Do.                    do.   Colquitz River Bridge and Topaze Avenue	
Do.                    do.   repairs, culverts, Cadboro and Foul Bay rds. &c.
Do.   on road, Topaze Avenue,                                      5 days @ $2.50
Do.       do.       Foul Bay,                                                 27   „             „
Do.       do.       Lover's Lane,                                         5^ ,,            ,,
Do.       do.       repairing bridge at the Richmond,        6   „             ,,
Do.        do.        Saanich and Gorge,                                   17J ,,              ,,
Do.      do.      Topaze Avenue,                                     5   ,,            ,,
Do.       do.       Foul Bay,                                                26J „             „
Do.       do.       Lover's Lane,                                         5| „            ,,
Do.       do.       repairing bridge at the Richmond,         0   ,,             ,,
Do. on Cross-roads, Saanich, near McTavish& Wain's, 14   ,,             ,,
Do. on Saanich R., near Wain's, team 14 days @ $7 = $38; man 1 d. $2
Do. on Carey's road, 37J days @ 83 = 112.50; lumber and nails S3.731
Do	
Do	
Do.
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
P. G 1 igan	
Do         	
Do	
Do	
P. Fn.nk   	
P. Corr 	
1,478 89
952 08
,,,,,	 47 Vic.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
57
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
8   cts.
$   cts
8   cts.
1,478 88
952 Oi
47 5C
34 37
192 0C
91 25
93 75
12 5C
12 50
28 75
34 00
18 75
32 60
12 50
12 50
100 00
10 50
30 00
24 00
475 00
2 00
7 50
20 00
21 97
5 00
56 47
51 00
4 00
7 50
5 00
20 25
14 50
15 00
226 00
215 00
50 00
1 00
10 62
62 50
15 50
19 00
15 60
21 25
3 50
7 50
8 75
2 50
28 00
25 00
2 00
20 00
15 00
2 25
36 25
8 00
14 00
1 00
2 60
5 00
6 00
6 00
7 50
5 00
15 00
3 00
32 50
5 00
8 75
8 12
68 00
102 00
40 00
40 00
27 50
32 50
80 00
41 25
40 00
41 25
41 25
41 25
41 25
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 115.—Victoria District.—Continued.
Labour on North and South Saanich Roads,                   19 days @ 82.50
Do.                 do.                       do.                              13} „
Do.    with team, on Carey's Road,                                  32   ,,           6.00
Do.   on Carey's Road,                                                 36} „          2.50
Do.                 do.                                                          37} „          2.50
Do.    on road near Penwill's,                                            5   ,,             ,,
Do.                         do.                                                         5   „             „
Do.       do.       North and South Saanich,                     11} ,,             „
Do. on Brown's, Mount Newton, & School cross-roads, 17   ,,          2.00
Do.                             do.                             do.                    7} ,.           2.50
Do.   with team, North Saanich School cross-road,      6} ,,          5.0C
Do.           do.         near Penwill's,                                     2} ,,           5.00
	
W. Page 	
G. H. Smith	
H. Young	
T. Ferguson	
Do	
Do	
W. White	
J. J. Rey  	
D. Coulter 	
W. Bond 	
Do	
J. Hood	
Matthews,Richards & Tve
C. C. Fox 	
W. P. Sayward	
J. W. Williams	
J. Millar	
Do.                             do	
Fellows & Prior 	
Tools for road men	
Grading and gravelling approaches to Gorge Bridge, per contract	
Road Superintendent, North and South Saanich, 43 days @ 85	
Do	
W. Veitch	
W. Rockett  	
W. Page	
Do.                              do.                  7}   ,,          2    	
Do.                              do.                  9i   „          2    	
W. Hutchings	
Do.                              do.                  7}   „          2      	
Do.                              do.                  8}   „          2.50	
D John 	
PCorr	
W H Snider	
Do	
Do	
Foreman, repairing Swan Lake bridge,                             7 dnys @ 84.00
Team hire,                                                                              5   ,,           5..0,
Do	
Foreman, North Saanich wharf,                                          5 days @ $4.00:
Team hire,                           do.                                              5 days® $3.00
Do.
Do	
Do	
Repairs to bridge on Carey's road, and culvert on West Saanich road ..
Steamer WG Hunt	
L Duvil	
GBovell	
Repairs to Swan Lake bridge,                                             3 days @ $2.00
do.                     do.                                                             3   ,,           2.00
do.          Bridge on Carey's road,                                      3   ,,           2.50
do.                     do.                                                             2   „           2.50
J McDowell	
do.      _  Gorge road,                                                        13 days® $2.50
F Baker	
Labour on bridge, West road, Mount Newton,               5} days @ $2.50
do.         repairing South Saanich road,                        6}   ,,           1.25
do.         foreman, East Saanich road,                         17     ,,           4.00
do.          with team,           do.                                       17     „           6.00
do.                                    do.                                     16     „          2.50
do.                                    do.                                     10     „          2.50
do.                                       do.                                       11     „           2.50
do.                                       do.                                       13     „           2.60
do.         as foreman, section 1, Saanich road,            20     ,,          4.00
do.                                       do.                                       16}   „           2.50
do.                                       do.                                       16"   „           2.50
do.                                          do.                                           16i    „            2.60
do.                                       do.                                       16}   „           2.50
do.                                          do.                                           16i    „            2.50
do.                                    do.                                     16|   „          2.50
Carried forward.  1
W Thomson	
Do	
G S Butler	
W H Snider	
W Glover 	
W Temple	
JSiatterly	
P Millar	
1,478 89 '•
3,995 38
 ,,,, 58
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
S   cts.
cts.
S   cts.
WJackson	
W Sills	
H Russell 	
J Goyette	
E B Marvin	
J Camp	
G Baker	
W A Franklin ....
Mrs Simpson	
W Bowman	
P McQuade & Son	
Charles Foreman	
William Constantine	
F. Johnson 	
David Anderson	
C. Morvin	
J. W. Switzer	
J. Q. Brown	
Arthur Peatt	
M. Rowland	
Wm. Calvert	
Daily " Standard"	
George Cook	
Daniel Rule	
G. F. Hawkins	
James Smith	
James Gray	
Charles Morrow 	
Wm. Rockett	
George Battersby	
J. Maynard	
Arthur Peatt	
Martin J. Dodd	
Samuel Morrow	
John Switzer	
E B. Marvin	
Mathews, Richards &Tye
R. Cessford	
Peter Con-	
Daniel Rule	
Joseph Dales    	
J. Gordon	
B. Thomas	
L Young	
James Steel 	
Charles Hoolum	
A. D. White	
James Millar	
McKillican & Anderson ..
J. W.Williams	
Thomas Tugwell	
Adam Weir	
Samuel Morrow	
John Haggerty	
E Rosman	
J Simpson	
Muir Bros	
Mrs E Calvert 	
Do. 	
M McCarthy	
A H Pratt	
N Campbell	
R Copeland	
Do	
E Calvert	
J Ha>es    	
H  Cathcart	
J Shannon	
C Foreir an  	
Vict riaTransf      Co	
Paj List	
J ii Brierly	
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 115.— Victoria District—Concluded.
Labour, Section 1, Saanich Road, 16£
do. with team, do. 16
do. do. 16£
do. repairing bridge on Carey's road, 1
White-lead, oil, and brush, for painting Gorge bridge	
Meals for Survej'or-General and assistant 	
New culvert on West Saanich road 	
lExpress for Mr. Leech to South Saanich, inspecting road..
Meals and bed for do., and buggy hire to Victoria	
Buggy hire to and from Saanich, for do., 2 days	
1 tent for Thompson's road party	
2.50
6.00
2.50
2.50
Vote No. 116.—Esquimalt District.
Repairs to bridge on Albert Head Road	
Road stakes	
Repairs to bridge on Metchosin Road, 4 days @ $2    .
Labour on road, Highland District,      6i   ,, 2    .
Do. do. 4|   „ 2.25
Do. do. 6.V   „ 2    .
Do. do. 6"    „ 2    .
Foreman 5| d. @ 83 = 816.50; horse & cart, 1 day §4; sharping tools §2.25
Conveying tools, &c, to Sooke Road
Repairs to Headman's River Bridge.
Advertising notice for Road Repairs
Labour on Rocky Point Cross-road, between Parker's & Gleed's, per con.
Making sleigh road from Sooke trail to Rule's	
Labour on Millstream Road, per agreement	
Do.       Sooke Road and bridge, 34 days @ §2.50
Do. do. 37i   „
Do. do. 9i   „
Do. Sooke River Bridge (builder) 12     ,,
Do.    Beechy Bay Road, per agreement
Express hire conveying tools to Sooke	
Labour on Sooke Road, team 1 day 86; moving tools §7.50
Labour, planking Craigflower Bridge 	
Do.    on Sooke road and bridge, 38 days @ 83=8114; horse and cart,
3.^ days @ §2=87	
Labour on trail, from Vine's to Sooke Bay, 30 days @ 8
Blocks, rope, &c, for Sooke Bridge	
Tools for l'oad men	
Repairing Belmont Road, per agreement   	
Labour on Esquimalt Road, 8 days @ $2.50
5.00.
Sooke Trail,
30}
do.
20
do.
SO}
do.
22
do.
Oi
do.
10}
do.
31
do.
53}
2.00.
2.50foreman ,
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Repairing tools for road men, &c.
Repairs to Point Ellice Bridge, labour and material	
Carriage hire for Surveyor-General, inspecting roads and bridges
Labour on trail, Sooke to Otter Point, per agreement	
Making- 3 culverts, Metchosin Road, per agreement	
Grading & gravel ing road at Gorge Bridge, per contract	
Repairs to Happy Valley Road, per contract	
Labour making new culvert on Metchosin Road	
Do     repairing do. Millstream Road	
Lumber supplied for Sooke River Bridge, use of rope and blocks
Repairs to Craigflower Road, team hire, 2 days @ 85.00	
Meals for Surveyor-General and assistant, 3 days	
Covering for culvert, Admiral's Road ."	
Removing fallen trees, Sooke-Metchosin Road	
Clearing fallen timber on Metchosin Road, 2 days @ 82.00	
Labour with horse and cart repairing culvert on Williams' Cross Road,
12} days @ 84.50	
Labour with horse and cart repairing Admiral's Road	
Repairs to Metchosin Road, 2 days with team @ 85.00	
Cutting down hank in front of Gorge Hotel, 3 days @ 82.50	
Repairs to Williams' Cross Road and Admiral's Road, 10 days @ $2.50.
Repairing Gorge u'oad, 4£ days @ 82.f>0  	
Removing fallen trees, 'making new culvert, etc	
Bu gy hire for Snrveyor-Genei al to Happy Valley	
Foretna i an 1 labourers, Craigflower and Gorge Road	
Lei-airs tj co.ke ^rid^e	
C&rrfcd forward.,,,,,,
1,478 89
3,995 38
41 25
96 00
41 25
2 50
11 25
2 00
10 00
5 00
10 50
10 00
15 00
4,240 13
7 50
3 00
8 00
13 00
10 12
13 00
12 00
22 76
5 50
7 00
7 50
210 00
30 00
20 00
85 00
93 75
23 12
60 00
30 00
10 00
13 50
12 50
121 00
60 00
59 55
21 46
50 00
20 00
61 00
40 00
61 00
44 00
13 00
21 OC
62 00
133 75
26 25
130 E0
36 0C
100 0(
24 0C.
225 0C
235 01
7 00
17 0
96 11
10 0
5 2!.
3 50
4 50
4 00
56 25
5 50
10 00
7 50
25 00
11 25
15 00
5 00
302 37
8 50
2,835 46
1,478 89
..........
7,010 59 47 Vrc.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
59
TO WHOM PAID.
[FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
8   cts.
8   cts.
8   cts.
Daily " Standard"	
Matthews,Richards & Ty<
Charles Morven	
James Gray 	
David Morrison	
Hugh Russell	
J. Teur	
Walter Boughner	
Henry Spofford	
Wm. Rockett	
Robert Newell	
R. W. Savage	
A. Whittaker	
W. P. Say ward	
James Millar	
Daily "Standard" .
D. F. Adams	
Lettice & Sears....
Uric Lemon ...
Do.
James Boal....
Joseph Dougan.
Do.
Do.
George Lewis..
Do.
Do.
Henry Fry.
Do.
Do.     .
W. P. Jaynes .
A. Blythe
Do	
Do	
Indian '
Indian
Indian '
' Kluso"	
'Mashell"	
' Jim"	
Do	
R. C. G. Northcote	
Matthews,Richards & Tye
John Dougall	
Wm. Gilmour	
J. McLay 	
Do	
Do	
W. A. Franklin	
Indian " Bill" 	
T. 13.   Shaw	
Do	
Do	
R, S. Gavin	
Henry Fuller	
Indian   "Sam Wilson"
W J Campbell	
W J Sutton	
J Mearns	
R S Cavin 	
Indian "Marshall" ....
Donald MePherson	
Do. 	
Joseph Spratt	
Herbert Hall	
J Williams	
T Smith	
J Kier	
H Bell	
J Dougan	
F B Lusty	
W Clark	
W Cadman	
J G Halperny	
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, axd Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 117.—Victoria and Esquimalt District Bridge Repairs.
Advertising notice " Bridge closed" .
Sundry tools, spikes, and nails	
Labour at Point Ellice Bridge, 19 days (j
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
82.50 .
do.
18
do.
12
do.
6
do.
9
do.
17
do.
14
do.
22
Drayage of pile driver, do. 	
do.       tools and material, Point Ellice Bridg
do. do. do.
Lumber, do.
Iron and smith's work, do.
3.00	
3.00	
5.00 foreman
Vote No. 118.—Bridge at the Gorge.
Advertising "Notice to Bridge Contractors" .
Construction of bridge, as per contract	
Labour and Material Painting Bridge	
Vote No. 119.—Cowichan District.
Cutting trees near Court House	
Labour rafting lumber for Clem-clem-alets bridge ,
Labour on Cowichan wharf, 6\ days @ 82.50 ,
do.
do.
team, 8 days @ -83.50 = 828
"   82.50 = 832.50; team, 3;
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Kokasailah road, 2£ days @ 82
Clem-clem-alets Bridge,  13 days
days @ 84.00=812.00 j
Repairing Cowichan Wharf, 8 days @ 82.50	
Kokasailah Road, 25 days @ 82.25=856.25 ; 10 days, with team
@ S3.50=835 1
Clem-clem-alets Bridge, 32$ days @ 82.50	
Cutting piles and driving same at Cowichan Wharf	
Commission for Inspecting Works, 5 qt c. on 82,900	
Horse hire, Inspecting Roads and Bridges	
Hauling pile driver, blocks and tackle, etc, from Maple Bay to Clem-
clem-alets and return	
Tools for road work	
Labour as Foreman on Trunk Boad, 25 da3fs @ 2.50	
do.     with horse and cart, 12 days @ 82.u0	
Cutting out Road, Kokasailah to Somenos, as per agreement..
on Trunk Road, 31 days @ 81-50	
do. 12    „ „     	
do. 24    „ „	
on Bridge Road,   7£ „ 	
on road between Cowichan whar? and Flats, 19J days @$2	
Spikes, nails and tools	
653 lbs. of bolts for Clem-clem-alets bridge	
Hand-rail at Cowichan wharf, labour 8 days @ 82.50 ^	
Labour on Kokasailah bridge	
do. do.       road, 4 days @ 82; 25i days with ox team @ 83.50
do.     Hauling piles and timber for Clem-c'em-aiets bridge, 3 days @ 84
Hauling jack screw and rope for Kokasailah bridge to Spratt's wharf
Removing fallen trees near T. Williams	
Labour on Kokasailah bridge, 25 days @ 83.50	
do.     Clem-clem-alets do.    39   ,, ,,    	
Hire of boat, 12 days (cc 80.75	
Labour on Kokasailah bridge, 18 days @ 82.50	
do.     Trunk Road, Chemainus, 27 days @ 82, and laying out line for
new road, 2 days at 82	
Clearing drift wood from Clem-clem-alets bridge
on Trunk Road, as per contract	
Lumber delivered at Cowichan Wharf	
Labour on Kokasailah road,27 days@ 82 = 854, team 5 days @$1.50 = 87.50
do.     Clem-clem-alets bridge, 26 days @ 8"2.50	
do. do. 13   „ „    	
do.     Kokasailah bridge with team, 3 days @ 84 00	
do. do. 7£ » 2-50	
Bolts and washers do. 	
Labour removing trees, Trunk Road	
do. do.        and fixing hand rail to bridge at Chemainus
do.     on road from Smith's to Cowichan wharf	
with team on Trunk road, 2 days @ 84,	
removing fallen tree	
repairing road and making new road between Smith's & Thain's
on trunk road near Skinner's
1,478 I
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Repairing Vesuvius and Buigoyne Bay wharves .
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
14 days @ §2.00.
10    ., 2.50.
Carried forward	
7 50
19 37
47 5C
45 0C
30 00
15 62
23 75
53 25
43 6C
110 OC
1 5C
3 00
2 75
165 90
34 15
7 50
1,075 00
113 50
3 00
20 00
15 62
33 00
44 50
20 00
91 25
81 25
22 50
145 00
91 00
8 00
16 03
62 60
24 00
40 00
46 50
18 00
36 00
12 25
38 60
16 62
60 30
20 00
6 00
97 25
12 00
1 75
2 00
87 50
130 60
9 00
45 00
68 00
10 00
245 00
127 30
61 60
65 00
19 50
12 00
18 75
11 00
3 00
3 00
25 00
8 00
1 00
40 00
4 00
85 00
28 00
25 00
602 79
1,196 00
2,218 841    8,874 38 60
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
cts.       S   cts.
Steamer WG Hunt.
P P Windsor	
J J Robertson	
P McQuade & Son..
Renwick & Home....
Pay Sheets	
Do	
Hill & Doolan	
M. Halloran	
A. R. Johnston & Co.
C. H. Horth	
Do	
John Hilbert	
J. H. Pleace	
C. Rennie	
A. McKinlay	
C. Carpenter	
James O'Brien	
C. Cameron	
Mag-nus Edgar	
Thomas Martin	
W. Hogan	
Indian "Slim"	
D. Ballister	
W Le Ballister	
A. Majer & Co	
M. Halloran	
C. York	
C W   Horth	
H Peterson	
J Hill	
Jno. Abrams	
C Cameron 	
JBeck	
J M Knight	
A Puller	
R Beech 	
T D Conway	
RHall	
W Wiison 	
Hirst Bros	
J Ganner	
J Marwick	
C Stewart	
Pay Sheets	
Joseph McPhee .,
Robert Swan	
Thomas Pickard .
R. H. Pidcock ...
John McKenzie ..
David Pickles ..,
G MeFarlane	
T H Pearcy	
M Watt, Jr	
A Milligan	
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 119.—Cowichan District.—Concluded.
Passages and freight to Salt Spring Island for workmen and supplies .
Labour on road to Chemainus, 2 days @ 82.00	
Repairs to wharf on Salt Spring Island, use of stove, etc	
2 tents for road party. ?	
Vote No. ISO.—Nanaimo District.
Mattocks and picks and repairing tools	
Foreman and labourers, general repairs on roads	
do. do. Gabriola Island road	
Labour on road, Cedar District, per contract	
do, York's Hill, per contract	
Freight on tent from Victoria	
Team hire on roads, §48.87; carriage hire for Govt. Agent inspecting, 850
do.       hauling gravel, Comox Road, lOi days @ $6.50	
Conve37ing tools from Wellington to Nanaimo	
Tools for road men, nails, and. spikes	
Team hire on roads, 1 day 	
do.       hauling timber for bridges, 3£ days @ 85	
Lumber, 2,944 feet, for Victoria Road and Millstream bridge	
Team hire on roads, 10£ days @ 86.50	
Stage fare to Wellington for foreman	
Labour on Gabriola Island roads	
do. do. 	
Team hire, do. 4 days @ 85	
Canoe hire, moving camp	
Conveying tools and tents from Wellington	
Carriage hire for Government Agent, inspecting roads   	
Hire of jack screws, &c	
Powder and fuse	
Labour on roads, 10 days @ 82.50	
do.     hauling gravel, Victoria Road, 6h days @ 86.50	
do.     removing fallen trees, Gabriola Island Road	
do.     Victoria Road, Nanaimo	
do. do. 	
Repairing plank on Millstream bridge   	
Labour removing fallen trees on Victoria Road	
do.     repairing do.    15 days @ 82.50	
do. do	
do. do	
do. do	
do.    Comox Road	
Spirit level, broad axe and hatchet   	
Shovels, mattocks wheelbarrows, nails, etc	
Hauling gravel on Victoria Road	
do. and moving camp on Victoria camp	
Cutting out timber from Victoria Road	
do.
do.
do.
do.
Vole 121.—Comox District.
Foreman and labourers, general repairs on roads	
Tools for road men	
Labour on cross-road, Denman Island 	
do. do.       per agreement	
3,040 feet 3-inch plank	
Repairing tools for road men	
Cutting out road, l£ miles, per agreement	
Labour repairing road, grading side hill, making bridge, etc.
Superintending work at Comox and 1'enman Island	
Making 2 bridges and grading approaches, as per agreement .
Labour with team 	
Vote No. 1%%.—Comox Wharf Rexxiirs.
E. B. Marvin Rope and spikes ,
Pay Sheet  Labour	
J. McKenzie  Iron work .
R. H. Pidcock  2,159 feet of planks.
W. M. Dingwall  i Rope, nails, &c	
W. A. Mathewson ... !Use of rope for pile driver	
Matthews,Richards & Tye One keg of spikes and drayage.
Vote No.
-New Westminster District.
Royal City Planing Mills. 750 feet of lumber for crossing near Asylum	
W. J. French  Horse hire for Agent inspecting roads	
Walter Blackie  Tools for road work	
D. F. Adams  Balance due on contract for construction of Coquitlam Bridge
J. McMurphy  Services a^ Superintendent of do.
Carryforward,
1,526 89  2,218 84  8,874
28 75
4 00
11 00
16 00
99 24
2,667 68
375 0C
400 0C
50 0C
50
98 87
68 25
1 5C
25 20
5 75
17 50
45 8C
68 25
1 5C
3 50
1 5C
20 0C
8 00
50
30 00
8 40
1 50
26 00
42 25
2 50
2 60
45 0C
1 00
2 50
37 50
3 00
2 OC
22 0C
1 00
4 80
44 56
24 00
38 50
2 00
1,046 23
10 25
12 OO
61 0C
72 48
7 5C
80 00
85 00
20 00
42 00
10 25
29 10
363 12
6 0C
25 9C
7 75
2 5C
5 75
8 50
37 50
10 66
656 00
39 00
l,52o 891  760 66
2,278 59
4,298 45
1,446 71
440 12
17,338 25 47 Vie.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
61
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
8   cts.
S   cts.
George Thompson ..
Wm. Foster	
Frederick Webb	
J. T. Scott	
J. Mannion	
Do	
P. Smiley	
R. Downs	
Joseph White	
Joseph Hubbin	
T. K. Pritcliard	
W. Stirling;	
J. A. Cameron	
Charles Gallagher...
K. Flinn	
DeBeck Bros. &Co..
James Turnbull	
J. S. Harris	
Wm. Holmes	
Robert Dickinson. ..
J S Harris	
G Hutchinson	
T Pilchard	
R Downs 	
P Smiley	
J Jensen	
Do	
J White	
J Hubbell	
W Holmes	
G Green	
J Cunningham	
C G Major	
Trapp Bros	
W Holmes	
J S Gray	
C McDonough	
John S. McDonald ...
DeBeck Bros. & Co...
Benjamin Wright....
T. Darbyshire 	
James Mansfield	
John Miller	
C. Guernsson	
Jos. Hamilton	
T. F. Crawford	
H. Ellington	
T. S. Lambert	
E. S. Roberts	
Charles Kohn........
Wm. Burr	
C. Conners	
T. Jones	
F. Boshaeh	
C. Gallagher	
John Bovle	
Phillip Cota	
John Miller	
H. Derrennie	
J Patterson	
Do	
D C Sutherland	
G Deardoff	
W McDonald	
J M Wise	
S Fraser	
Indian  "Tom"	
G Hutchinson	
W Holmes	
J Cunningham	
W J Blair	
W J French	
D Withrow 	
0 Parent 	
W B Townsend	
Mrs Harvey	
C McDonough	
E F Holt	
"Mainland Guardian"
J McMullin	
R B Kelly	
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridoes, axd Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 123.—New Westminster District.—Continued.
Exploring for road line between Port Moody
do. do.
do. do.
Board for exploring party   	
Re-building bridge on Granville Road, per contract...
Repairs to bridge on False Creek 	
Labour on Port Moody Road, 5 days @ 840 per month
New West., 6 d. @ $3.50
do. 7 „
do. 7 ,,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Repairing tools
Board for Foreman
Foreman,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
32}
28}
45}
37
3J
4
12|
15
two months 	
81 days OS2.50	
91   ,,   §75 per month	
Provisions for labourers, Port Moody Road, to 29th August
Foreman, Port Moody Road, 2 months @ 880	
Labour on     do. 19J days <a §40 $ month	
do. do. 24      ,, ,, 	
do. do. 29}    ,, ,, 	
do. do. 29}    ,, „ 	
do. do. 29}    ,, „ 	
do. do. 32}    „ „ 	
do. do. 29}    ,, ,, 	
do. do. 32}    ,, „ 	
Use of horse and cart, Port Moody Road, 101 days @ $2.50.
Labour with horse and cart, Port Moody Road Party, 235; days @ §4.00
Tools supplied to do. do. 	
Provisions and tools supplied     do. do. 	
do. do. 	
do. 1 mo. 8 ds. @ §40 $ mo.
do.
Wheelbarrows, etc.
Labour on
Carpenter work on bridge.
Groceries, cooking utensils, hay, etc., Port Moody Road
Repairs to Coquitlam road, per contract
Lumber, &e., for Sapperton Bridge	
Labour on Burrard Inlet road, 15 days @ §2.50=837.50; less board, §14.46
do,
do,
do.
Labour
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Foreman,
do.
do.
do.
on Hastings road,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do
do.
do.
do.
45.00;        do.
25.«2
18
95
1*
14J days @ §2.60=830.25; less board, §22.40
7
m
14
ii
6i
13
6
2
IH
22.50
17.50
13.75
26.25
35.00
11.25
13.75
21.25
6.25
32.50
8.75
15.00
5.00
28.75
11.25
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Ii. uo
8.25
6.40
16.03
21.39
3.00
6.00
9.00
3.00
9.50
4.00
6.50
2.00
18.83
10.00
1,526 !
Ȥ2.50:
7.00.
§36.75, less board §19.25
16.25,        ,, 6.25
22.50,        ,, 7.00
1 mo. 8 ds. @ $100 = §133.33,lessboard,§21
Freight on tools and moving camp...
Labour on Hastings road, 145- days
do. do. 6J    „
do. do. 9 ,,
Team hire, do. 7£ „
Labour do. 	
do. clearing timber from Hastings road	
do. on Hastings road, 24 days @ S2.50=§60, less board §16.00
Use of horse and cart,     do.       155;,, 2.00	
Tools supplied to do. 	
Board for labourers,        do. 	
Horse and buggy hire for W. J. Armstrong, Hastings road	
Board and supplies, Hastings road	
Board of men employed on Hastings road	
Meat and vegetables for labourers, do	
Bread for labourers, do	
Shovels, picks, mattocks, etc., Coquitlam Bridge	
Conveying J. McMurphy to do. 	
Advertising tenders,    * do. 	
Board of J. McMurphy, do. 	
Removing fallen timber, Coquitlam road	
Carried forward.
750 66 17,338 25
21 00
24 50
24 50
15 00
215 00
60 00
7 68
50 37
44 23
70 38
66 90
11 47
6 12
19 51
24 62
50 92
45 00
202 50
202 49
393
160 00
29 64
36 90
45 75
45 75
45 75
50 37
45 75
49 62
252 50
94 00
122 34
595 22
18 50
100 04
8 00
58 74
152 00
46 08
23 04
19
23 75
3 75
13 85
13 50
9 25
7
10 22
13 61
8 25
7 75
12 25
3 25
23 00
4 75
8 50
3 00
9 92
1 25
112 33
3 50
17 00
10 00
15 50
62 50
7 50
9 00
43 50
31 00
41 95
44 67
7 50
94 00
34 50
29 77
7 65
16 25
3 50
5 00
12 00
5 00
.,136 !
17,338 25 62
Public Accounts, 1st July 1882, to 80th June, 1883,
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
8   cts.
§   cts.
DeBeck Bros. & Co..
H Dawson	
F Towers 	
R Ryder	
W Chadsey	
Goodwin & Babcock
T Harmon	
WR Lewis	
J H Gillispie	
B H Wilson	
E Anderson	
John Oliver	
S. Shannon	
J. F. Boothroyd	
Geo. Cann	
Albert Milton	
H S Shrift	
J Woodward	
Kipp & Nowell	
W Pybus 	
D A McKee	
J Murchison	
A J Street 	
Reece & Henderson..
J Bailey	
J Reece 	
Do	
M & W Gillanders ...
J Reece	
Daily " Standard " .
D, F. Adams	
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, axd Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 123.—New Westminster District.—Concluded.
Edward Grant	
James Kennedy....
Thomas Hornby ...
Gilbert Smith	
Indian " Leon" ....
Indian " Louis" ...
Donald McLean	
John Klahomne ...
Joseph Bouchier ...
Wm. Fortune	
John Montrose	
Frank Parrott	
J. A. Newland	
Shuswap Milling- Co
W. J. Roper	
John Tait	
G. B. Martin	
Geo. Newlove	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
D. Fraser	
E.Grant	
Thomas Hornby ...
James Kennedy....
George Pendleton  .
W. J. Roper	
John Tait	
John Hutchison ...
Robert Scott	
P. J. Fraser 	
A. J. Kirkpatrick ..
A. Gordon	
John Wilson	
Mara & Wilson	
James Guerin	
J. A. Newland	
Duck & Pringle	
Lumber for Coquitlam Road    	
Ditching and grading Maple Ridge road, per contract	
Sundry repairs, do. 	
Lumber for bridge at Popcum	
Rebuilding Veddar creek bridge    ;...
Repairing 3 bridges, Sumass, Campbell's creek and Slough 	
Labour on Trunk road, 37^ days @ 82.50	
Buggy hire for Gov't Agent, ?15;  repairing road, 87.50; freight, §2.00
Removing fallen timber, North Arm road	
Tools for road work	
Removing fallen trees, Langley road.	
Vote No. 13k.—Trunk Road, Ladner's to Hope.
Labour
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Sundry
Labour,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Lumber
$19,
on road, Surrey Municipality	
do.	
do. 	
do. 	
do. 	
do. 	
do. 	
Popcum to Jones' Ranch	
repairs, Trunk Road, Delta Municipality	
do. do. 	
do. New Westminster to Yale	
on Atchelach bridge, 5J days @ 83.00	
repairing bridge near Henderson's	
on Chilliwhack and Atchelatch bridges, 10J days @ $3.00..
repairing bridge near Cheam Hill 	
do.     Atchelatch, Chilliwhack and Elk Creek,10| ds.@§4
on New bridge	
, freight, spikes, etc., 8115.88; labour and inspecting bridges,
Chilliwhack Municipality	
Vote No. 125.—Coquitlam River Bridge.
Advertising " Notice to Bridge Builders "	
Contract for constructing bridge,  §2,245,  of which 8655 is charged
under Vote No. 123, New Westminster District	
Vote No. 126.—Yale District.
Labour on Cache Creek-Savona Road, 8h days (
do. do. 8|   „
do. do. 8£   „
do. do. 37     „
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
Lumber, 6,439 feet,       do.
Use of cart, do.
Use of horse, do.
i 82.75 .
2.50 .
37
31
19
13
3
46
5
19
3
4
3.00 .
2.50 ,
2.50 .
5.50 .
Labour on South Thompson road, and repairing bridge, &c	
do.       Kamloops-Tranquillo road, 6 days @ 82.50	
do. do.       North Thompson road, 20 days @ 82,50	
do.       constructing waggon road, Tranquille to H. B. corrall, K'mlps
Labour on Savona-Okanagan road, 7 days @ 82.50	
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Use of horse and plough
Use of cart,
Use of horse,
Cutting out fallen trees,
Tranquille road, l£ days @ 82.50
Savona Ferry and Okanagan road	
do. 24 days, and horse 9 days
do. 26^ days® 82.50	
do. 2Qh   „ „    	
do- 9"    „ 2.25	
do. 	
do. 	
do. 2 days @ 82.50	
Labour on Nicola-Kamloops road, 23 days @ 82.50	
do. do. 17   „ „    	
Brush wing at bridge, Salmon River, & repairing bridge at Grand Prairie
Labour on Nicola road, 10£ days @ 82.30	
do. do. 2 months and 15 days @ 860 per month
Tools for road men	
Repairing tools	
Ferriages for road party across Thompson River «...	
Labour, two men and team, South Thompson road, 2 days	
Carried forward.
1,529 U
5,136 83 17,338 25
11 02
91 62
158 37
70 00
545 0C
100 OC
93 75
24 5C
10 00
13 25
5 00
52 75
67 50
74 00
27 00
10 25
17 50
51 00
60 00
67 67
232 43
100 00
15 75
10 00
32 25
25 00
42 00
25 00
134 88
10 00
1,590 00
23 37
21 25
21 25
111 00
77 50
47 50
39 00
9 00
138 00
15 00
67 00
7 50
22 00
96 59
12 75
9 25
20 00
15 00
50 00
420 00
17 50
3 75
3 50
75 62
60 25
66 25
20 25
15 25
10 75
5 00
67 60
42 50
25 00
24 15
154 50
19 18
1 25
13 00
10 00
6,259 34
1,034 !
1,600 00
1,844 16 20,232 47 47 Vic.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
63
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
§   cts.
§   cts.
$ cts.
1,529 14
245 83
20 00
1,844 16
5 50
3 00
14 26
5 00
23 12
61 25
88 75
67 50
75 00
6 87
72 00
3 00
7 00
12 00
46 25
45 00
37 60
47 50
46 25
60 00
16 00
60 00
15 00
65 00
67 50
7 50
13 75
21 25
46 25
21 25
114 75
2 00
24 00
383 83
36 00
20 00
7 80
8 88
10 52
25 30
180 00
350 00
25 00
2 50
49 43
17 60
2 50
5 00
20 00
25 00
15 00
10 00
57 97
11 67
20 00
4 00
47 60
12 50
38 50
3 00
6 00
15 00
20 00
10 00
316 S9
33 60
4 50
21 00
3 00
47 60
7 00
26,232 47
XII.—PDBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 126.—Tale District—Concluded.
Labour on road, Lytton to Thompson River bridge, 4 days @ §1 25	
do.     Okanagan Lake to Spalhnucheen Landing, 9^   ,,        2.50....
do.                     do.                             do.               24J   „           „ 	
do.                     do.                             do.                35j   ,,           ,, 	
do.                     do.                            do.                23     ,,           ,,  	
do.                     do.                             do.                30     ,,           ,,  	
do.                     do.                             do.                 2|   ,,           ,,  .  ..
do.                    do.                          do. foreman, 24   ,,        3.00	
do.                    do.                           do. team,       1J ,,        2.00	
Hugh McDonald	
George Parkinson	
Do.               	
T. McK. Lambly	
Laying out work,   do.                            do.  4 days @ §3.00	
Labour on road, Pleasant Valley to Spalhnucheen 18^ days @ §2.50	
do.                      do.                             do.             18     ,,           ,	
do                      do.                             do.             15     ,,           ,,    ....
do.                      do.                             do.             19     ,,           „    	
do.                     do.                             do.             18|   »           >.    	
do.                    do.                          foreman,   20     ,,          3.00	
do.                     do.                             team,          8     „           2.00....
Labour on trail from Okanagan Mission to Penticton, per contract ...
Laying out work and inspecting trail,       do.              5 days @ §3	
Labour on road, Salmon River to Spallmucheen, 22 davs @ §2.50	
do.                         do.                         do.            27   ,,           ,,    	
do.                         do.                         do.              3   ,,           ,,    	
do.                         do.                         do.              5J ,,           	
do.                         do.                         do.              8£ ,,           ,,    	
do.                         do.                         do.            1S| „           „    	
do.                       do.                       do.             8| ,,          ,,    	
do.                         do.                         foreman, 38J „           3.00
Hugh McDonald	
Do.           	
T. McK. Lambly	
Do.             	
do.                     	
Do.           	
E. M. Wirth	
ESuchel	
Do	
do.               do.          90    ,,           2.00	
Services letting contract and superintending construction Nicola bridge
C O'Keefe.-	
C W Meyer	
H Blackford	
Labour,                                    do.                        19 days @ §2.50	
do.  on Savona-Kamloops road,                    5   ,,              ,,   	
do.                  do.                                            11   ,,            3 50 	
Hire of horse for Government Agent, inspecting Kamloops-Nicola road
Passage of Gov't Agent to Rocky Point and return, inspecting roads...
Do	
Superintendent and Labourers on Hope, Nicola and Similkamen trails.
A Postill	
Labour repairing bridge over slough to Fortune's, 3 days @ §1.50	
Do.              do.                              do.                   6   ,,'          3.50	
Inspecting and sup't repairs,              do.                   1   ,,          3.00	
T McK Lambly 	
W McWha	
do.             do.              	
Vote No. 127—Lillooet District.
4,899 14
36 00
36 00
36 00
9 00
9 00
1 50
75
B. Got	
W. McBeath	
do.         Road between Lillooet Mills and Budwig's,   3    ,,           ,,
do.                  do.                    do.                   do.        3    ,,           ,,
P. LaRochelle	
1,794 97
128 25
31,131 61 64
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
TO WHOM PAID,
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
S   cts.
§   cts.
cts.
James Dickey	
Indian " Keoltz"	
David Vader	
W. L. Meason	
J. Grant.	
A. Vader 	
Geo. Russell	
J. Russell	
A. Wiggins	
John Sullivan	
John Butson	
Indian " Peter"	
Do.   "Salt John" ..
Do.   "Salt Billy" ..
J. Bomgardner	
Indian " Lincoln"....
Do.   "John"	
Do.   " Jack"	
John Williams	
W. H. Wright	
Indian " Peter"	
John McCully	
W. W. Wycott	
A. Wiggins   	
W. W. Wycott	
W. H. Vader	
Walter Burgess	
Daniel Carey	
Louis Mouralet	
G. R. Tinker	
W. C. Riley 	
W. H. Vader	
M. Gillan 	
U. R. Tinker	
Do	
F. W. Foster	
John McCully	
P. Mclntyre	
P. Sarigan	
Robert Carson	
John Miller	
Francis Got	
James Dickey, jr. ...
Edward Moore	
George Antonio	
Indian " Louis" 	
A. W. Smith	
Edward Moore	
P. H. Ward	
Andrew Green	
Charles Rountree ....
Indian " Old Hunter "
Indian " Jack"	
John Harris	
John Williams	
Juan Pablo	
John Brown	
S. L. C. Brown	
Do	
John Currie	
C. Phair	
N. Gustafsen	
Jos. Haller 	
J Marshall	
Do	
Indian "Jim"	
J Ordini	
L Lotaro	
THoey	
R Carson	
H Featherston	
E Budwig	
WKeatley	
U Nelson	
Pay Sheet	
M Gillon	
W Lee	
T Harris-	
WF Allen	
XII.
Brought forward	
-PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
1,794 !
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 127.—Lillooet District.—Concluded.
Labour on Bridge River Bridge     3! days,@S3.00
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Foreman,
Tools for
1)0!
do. do.
Creek Road .
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
1
6J,
9J
42"
70
48
47J
17"
6
15
1
25!
2|
9"
151-
2.00
3.00
2-50
3.00
3.00
2.25
    1 month and 3 days, @ §100 $ month
party	
Labour with team moving camp, Dog Creek Road, 2 days, @ §4
Repairing tools, etc., do. 	
Foreman, Dog Creek Road, 2 months and 12 days, @ §100 per month..
Cook, do. 1       ,, 5     ,,     	
Labour, do. team 20! days @ §6 = §123, axe handle §1.50
Horse hire,        do. 4 days, @ §2 	
. 90 days, @ 83.50
.131! „ 3.00
.154!  i. »
.    1     „ ,,
■  10     „
J 86.
Foreman, Lillooet-Clinton Road
Labour on do. 	
do. do.
do. do. 	
do. do. 	
do. do. team hauling log
Labour on Lillooet-Clinton Road, team, 2! days,
do. do. moving camp	
Carriage of tools to blacksmith shop, hay and oats supplied.
Tools, and repairing tent, Lillooet-Clinton Road	
Repairing tools, do.
2 axe handles, do. 	
Repairing tools, do. 	
do. 	
Labour on Lillooet-Dickey Trail, 4 days @ §3.00	
do. do. 9   „ .,     	
do. do. 12    ,, ,	
do. do. 23    „ „     	
do. do. 33    „ „     	
do. do. 2! „ 1.00	
Tools, drilling, etc.,       do. 	
Labour on trail, Big Bar to Red Creek, 37 days @ §3	
do. do. 20   „ 3	
do. do. 22    „ 3	
Repairing tools, do. 	
Labour on St. Mary's Creek Bridge, 2! days @ §2.00	
do. do. 2!   .
do. do. 10   |
do. do. 15   ,
do. do. 15! '
do. do. 10   \
do. do. 23   ,
Hire of team and truck, do. 	
Team on road and removing camp	
Horse hire, and expenses examining bridges	
Team removing camp to different places	
do. do. and cutting out timber.
Labour constructing a temporary bridge over Cayoosh Creek	
do. grading approaches to Cayoosh Creek bridge	
Boat hire	
Wedges, &e	
Horse feed	
100 pounds oats and team hire	
Feed of horse, 1 day	
Camp outfit	
Hay.
3.00 .
2.00 ,
3.00 .
Horse keep, 6 days.
5 axes.
Labour on Cayoosh Creek bridge	
do. diverting water course from mountain to Kelly's Lake.
do. do. do. do.
do. sundry repairs on Lillooet road	
Services as road superintendent, and horse hire 4 da3's	
Carried forward.
17,94 97
128 25
10 50
3 0C
24 0C
2 50
19 50
28 50
126 00
210 00
144 00
142 50
61 00
13 50
33 75
2 25
76 50
6 62
20 25
34 87
110 50
3 75
8 "00
16 00
240 00
58 32
124 50
8 00
315 00
394 50
463 50
3 00
30 00
37 50
15 00
7 50
11 00
23 23
15 00
1 50
6 00
6 50
12 00
27 00
36 00
69 00
99 00
2 60
24 87
111 00
60 00
66 00
13 00
5 00
6 00
30 00
45 00
46 50
20 00
69 00
50 00
23 00
4 00
20 00
53 00
50 00
10 50
2 00
8 75
2 97
14 60
1 00
15 50
9 58
6 00
13 75
367 25
30 00
12 00
18 00
20 74
31,131 61
4,443 20
35,574 81 47 Vic.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
65
TO WHOM PAID,
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
9   cts,
$   cts.
P. C. Dunlevy	
F. Guy	
James Evans	
Fletcher & McNaughten.
S. Archer	
Pay Sheet	
E. Deslorier	
I. B. Nason	
J. Murray	
Pay Sheet	
Pay Sheet	
Pay Sheets	
Thomas Gartley	
Veith & Borland	
Pay Sheet	
Reid & Hudson	
S. A. Rogers	
Robert McLeese ...
Gavin Hamilton	
Pay Sheet	
James Ford	
P. J. Griffin	
Reid & Hudson	
Indian " Captain"..
C. B. Eagle	
Gavin Hamilton ...
C. P. O'Neil	
Pay Sheet	
I. B. Nason	
Samuel Pearce	
A. McWha	
Mason & Daly	
F. Petrin	
Pay Sheet	
Thos. Gartley	
John G. Collins	
Paris & Foster ,
W.Tillie	
James Evans	
G.Johns 	
P. Eagan 	
Pay Sheet	
Indian "Charley"...
Indian "Chileoatin"
P. C. Dunlevy	
Reid & Hudson	
A. Carson	
John Salmon	
Pay Sheet	
■R. McLeese	
Steamer Victoria	
H. B. Company	
A. Carson	
Pay Sheet	
Griffin & Hamilton..
R Graham	
Pay Sheets	
J F Hawks	
J McLeese	
Hudson Bay Co	
Pay Sheets	
Thomas Kelly .,
J. T. Galbraith ,
D. Griffiths	
John Mitchell	
M. Richards	
Pay Sheet	
George Dougherty	
J. Minifield  	
George Dougherty	
Callbreath,(.rant & Cook
Do.
John Mitchell	
A. Cameron	
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote 128.—Cariboo District.
Labour, man cutting out timber on trail, Soda Creek to Beaver Lake.
Labour and provisions, do. Forks of Quesnelle to     do. .
do.    on road from Soda Creek to Springfield Ranch, 36 days @ §2.5
Tools for trails	
Labour on trail, Stanley, 14 days @ £3.50	
Foreman, $100; labourers, 8227.50; Antler Creek Trail	
Labour, and team hauling timber, Antler Creek Bridge	
Plank and lumber, do. 	
Use of horse, moving camp on trails	
Labour on trails, Grouse and Antler Creeks :  	
Foreman, $100 ; labourers, $315; Sugar Creek and Antler Bridge	
Labourers, 150-mile House and Snow Shoe Creek Trail 	
do. do. do. 3 days @ $4 ..
Meals, bed, and horse feed for W. Stephenson, and tools for labourer
on 150-mile House & Snow Shoe Ck. Trails, Sept., 1881, to June, 1882
Labour on do.
Canvas and thread for tent, October, 18S1..
Tools for Snow Shoe Creek Trail	
Tools for Williams Lake road and trails	
Express charges on tools       do.              ....
Labour on Williams Lake Road	
do. do. 15 days @ $3
do. do. do.
Powder and tools      do.
Moving camp do.
1,500ft. lumber        do. 	
2,370 ft.    do. do. (delivered)	
Repairing tools, shoeing horses, and sharpening picks	
Foreman and labourers	
Lumber	
Horse hire, powder, fuse, and caps	
Labour on Antler and Grouse Creek Trail, 2 days @ $4 	
Horse keep	
Cutting out fallen trees on trail from Barkerville to Porter Creek.
Labour on Grouse and Lowhee Creek Trails	
do.     trail between Keithley and Snow-shoe Ck, 3 days @ $4
Building bridge across Harvey Creek (Contract)	
Cutting trail from Canyon Creek to Willow River	
Labour on Mosquito arid Hardscrabble Trail, 4 days @ S3.50	
do.     Deep Creek and Soda Creek Trail, 3£     „       3.00	
do.     Slough Creek Trail, 5       „       4.00	
Horse hire on trails, 15       ,,        2.00	
Labour on Keithley Creek Trail	
Moving camp, Chilcotin Trail	
do. do. 	
Charges on tools, 81.25; repairing tools, $15.75; Chilcotin Trail ..
Tent and tools,     Chilcotin Trail 	
Repairing tools.Chilcotin Trail	
Moving- camp, do.
3 days @ 82.50
1,794 97
8 00
12 00
90 00
3 25
49 00
327 50
32 00
29 96
30 00
108 50
415 00
964 00
12 00
23 25
29 00
386 00
20 62
20 62
6 00
15 00
2 25
189 75
45 00
45 00
18 37
7 50
30 00
68 32
38 75
128 50
Labour, do. 	
Tools, etc., do. 	
Passage for men, do. 	
8 lb. steel, Pinchback's Trail  	
Tools, do. 	
Labourers on Pinchbeck trail	
3 axes, do	
Labour on Chilcotin trail, 13 days @ §3.25.
Labourers on sundry trails	
Hauling logs	
Labour on Williams Lake trail 	
Tent cloth, etc	
Vote No. 120.—Kootenay District.
Foreman and labourers on district trails .
Labour, 10 days @ §4 do.
Tools, spikes, nails, &c. do.
Repairing tools do.
Vote No. ISO.—Cassiar District.
Constructing foot-bridge over McDame Creek 	
Meals for Commissioner Vowell, inspecting trails	
Labour on Roads 	
Tools for road work	
Labour on Thibert Creek Trail, 2 days @ §5	
Expenses allowed for travelling to and from Cassiar ...
Powder, fuse, and caps for main trail	
Hauling timber, packing nails, etc., to Tal Tan Bridge.
Labour on trails   	
do. do	
Carried forward.
94 26
6 50
8 00
24 70
60 00
33 50
12 00
20 00
35 00
14 00
10 50
20 00
30 00
232 00
3 00
3 00
20 00
20 00
5 50
20 00
419 25
6 75
15 00
2
2 25
380 00
10 50
42 25
252 25
10 00
60 00
12 75
1,663 00
40 00
62 66
9 75
20 00
13 00
230 00
12 75
10 00
50 00
10 50
9 00
72 50
12 00
439 75
35,574 81
6,000 03
1,775 41
42,350 25 66
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
Arrears,
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
§  cts.
§   cts
§   cts.
1,838 84
439 75
42,350 25
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves,—Continued.
Vote No. 130.—Cassiar District.—Concluded,
Do                	
3 25
390 00
10 00
do.          do.    3      ,,      6	
18 00
12 00
60 00
100 00
4 00
50 00
Removing fallen trees from trail between Glenora and Telegraph creek.
24 00
20 00
Indians "Johnny," "Jim"
38 00
26 00
F Mills   	
16 00
35 00
16 27
440 00
•do.                  Tal-tan and Toovea bridges 	
Provisions for Gold Com. and Indians, inspecting trails and bridges	
Foreman on Cassiar trail, 3 months @ §130 ; travelling expenses, §50..
1,702 27
•
Vote No. 131.—Omineca Trail.
15 00
5 50
W Bouehe   	
20 00
50
16 00
628 50
585 50
Vote No. 132.—Ross Bay Road.
350 00
Vote No. 133.—Main Trunk Road.
Section 1—On account Contract No. 30, Certificate 11, §6,657 00-75%
4,992 75
do.            	
do.                                do.                   do.                        12,    6,654 00    „
4,990 50
do.            	
do.                                do.                   do.                        13,    2,046 00    „
1,634 50
do.            	
do.                             do.                  do.                       14,    1,645 00   „
1,233 75
do.            	
do.                                do.                   do.                         15,       843 00    „
632 25
do.            	
do.           On account of sum in addition to contract price agreed to be
3,000 00
do	
Section 2—On account, Contract No. 31, Certificate 11, §  277 00—75%
207 75
do.           	
do.                                   do.                     do.                            12,   2,728 00    „
2,046 00
do	
do.                                do.                   do.                          13,   1,293 00    „
909 75
do.            	
do.                              do.                  do.                        14,  1,071 00   „
1,253 25
do	
do.                                do.                   do.                          15,      732 00    „
549 00
do.            	
Sections 1 and 2—Purchase of plant and tools, as per inventory	
3,391 27
do.           	
do.          do.        Balance in settlement of contracts Nos. 30 and 31 ...
7,226 93
Section 5—On account, Contract No. 32, Certificate 11,     105 00   ,,
78 75
do.           	
do.                                do.                   do.                          12,      365 00    ,,
273 75
do.           	
do.                                do.                   do.                          13,      350 00    „
202 50
do.           	
do.                              do.                  do.                        14,     157 00   „
117 75
do.           	
do.                                do.                   do.                          15,         9 00   „
6 75
do.           	
do.                                do.                   do.                          16,      152 00    „
114 00
do.            	
do.                              do.                  do.                        17,     395 00   ,,
296 25
do.            	
do.                              do.                  do.                        18,     450 00   ,,
337 50
do	
do.                                do.                    do.                          19,      428 00    „
321 00
do	
do.     payment on Certificates (11 to 19) amounting to 2,411 00 15 %
361 65
do	
Section 6—On account, Contract No. 33, Certificate 11,     832 00 75 %
624 00
do	
do.                                do.                   do.                          12,      554 50   „
415 50
do	
do.                              do.                  do.                        13,     473 00   „
354 75
do.                           do.                do.                       14,     421 00   „
315 75
do	
do.                           do.                do.                       15,      91 00   „
68 25
do	
do.                           do.                do.                      16,      91 00   „
68 25
do	
do.                            do.                do.                      17,      94 00   „
70 50
do.           	
do.                            do.                do.                      18,     101 00   „
75 75
do	
do.                            do.                do.                      19,     178 00   „
133 50
do	
do.                            dc.                 do.                      20,     495 00   „
371 25
do	
do.                           do.                do.                      21,     837 00   .,
627 75
do	
do.                            do.                do.                       22,     801 00   „
600 75
do	
do.     payment on Certificates (11 to 22) amounting to 4,968 00 15 %
745 20
do	
Balance on Sections 5 and 6, contracts 32 and 33, to end of first year,
1,237 71
Section 1.
Superintendent, 1st July, 1882, to 31st March, 1883, 9 months @ §150..
1,350 00
707 68
1,664 44
Superintendent N. Black, §160; labourers, §1,414 44, 1st to 30th April
do.                       150        do.         1,227 50, 1st to 31st May.
do.                       150        do.            933 88, 1st to 30th June
1,377 53
1,083 88
3 00
do.                	
1    1,838 84
45,993 04
44,988 02 47 Vic.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
67
TO WHOM PAID,
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
8   cts.
§   cts,
3   cts.
. B C Express Co	
W Teague 	
T Benton	
Hudson Bay Co	
Douglas & Deighton..
A Onderdonk	
Indian  "Jim"	
H Blackford	
J D Frickelton, M D ..
Henderson & Teague..
J Mclntyre	
P Fink 	
A Tingley	
ECannell 	
D Smith	
D A McDonald	
F WGeisler	
Do	
Pay Sheet	
Do	
Do	
Do	
B C Express Co	
G Baillie.  	
R Loutitt	
Nelson & Tait	
J Murray	
S M Nelson	
P Audep	
J S Place	
W Megan	
H Pocock	
J Mclntyre	
Indian '-Dick"	
J Murray	
H Blackford	
Douglas & Deighton.
Dominion Telegraph.
Smith & Price	
Aaron Johnston	
J McCully	
R 0 Rourke 	
J  Campbell 	
J Uren 	
C Penny	
M Curnow	
Indian "Charley" ....
Do.   "Frank" 	
P McKitrick	
W Megaw   	
J Boueherat	
L Hautier	
J  Place	
J  H  Hart	
R H Sweeney	
Cornwall Bros	
Hantz & Poebeck	
A Stevenson 	
J Jane	
J Uren	
J Stuart .,'	
Pay Sheet.
do.
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J Boyd ...
Pay Sheet .
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 133—Main Trunk Road.—Continued.
Section l.—Concluded.
Hay and grain	
Keep of horses, sharpening tools, hay and grain	
Board for teamster, 16 days @ $1	
Nails, rope, axes, etc	
1 canvas tarpaulin, name and pole straps, etc	
1 case of powder	
Labour clearing slide, $1.75; ferrying labourers, $7	
Sharpening tools	
Medicine for horses   	
L four-horse waggon	
Sails	
Hay, axe handles, and nails	
Removing fallen tree	
Sails	
10,000 feet lumber	
Labour clearing road to steamer landing, at Yale	
Repairing bridge and road, Yale to Hope, as per agreement 	
Meals and horse keep for Messrs. Dewdney and Black, inspecting work
Section 2.
i 77 43; labourers, $428 68,15th to 31 March, 1883
150 00 do. 981 87,1st to 30th April,   .
150 00        do. 629 98, 1st to 31st May,
150 00        do. 547 68,1st to 30th June,    '.
Supt. A. Stevenson,
do.
do.
do,
Stage fare for do.    .
Board for teamster, 2 days @ §1   	
Blacksmithing	
do. grain and bolts	
Grain and nails   	
Board for teamster and keep of horses   	
do. and hauling logs for culvert	
do.	
Hay	
Lumber	
Pent, horse hire, 5 days, lumber, hay, grain, etc	
Moving tent, and carrying tools to and from blacksmith's shop
Axes, shovels, picks, nails, etc	
Blacksmithing	
\ doz. hame straps	
S mdry telegrams to and from road party	
Blacksmithing ,	
do	
do ...
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Horse keep   	
do	
Hay and oats   	
Hauling logs for cribbing	
Morse hire moving road camp   	
do. do. 	
Hay, moving camp, etc ,	
Lumber for Spence's Bridge	
Blank book	
Hire of horse and buckboard, 2 days   	
Horse feed and 2 pick handles   	
Repairing buggy	
Repairing waggon shed (	
Hay and grain	
3,075 ft. planking for bridge 	
Horse hire, 1 month	
Nails and axle grease   	
Horse keep  ,	
Hay and barley  #	
1,838 84
Sections 3 and 4.
Section 4—Supt. Boyd, §130; labourers, §224 70, 1st to 31st July, 1882
do. do.
do. do.
Section 3 do.
do. do.
Sections 3 and 4—Supt,
Section 3-
do.
130        do. 609 40, August,
130        do. 597 40, September, ;;
130        do. 48S 90, October, „
130 do. 219 40, November, „
1st Dec, 1882, to9th Mar., 1883, @ §130 $ mo.
Labourers", 1st to 31st July, 1882	
do.      August,
do. do.      September,
do. Supt. J Robertson, §130; labourers, §601.63,1st to 30th April
do. do. 130       do. 940.15,       do.        May
Sections3&4—   do. 130      do. 758.40,      do.       June
Carried forward I
45,993 04
226 34
95 SC
16 00
29 13
34 50
37 50
8 75
8 25
2 50
200 00
1 00
8 87
1 60
1 00
150 00
9 00
165 00
2 75
506 11
1,131 87
779 98
697 68
24 00
2 00
87 78
48 45
23 26
34 00
7 00
5 00
16 37
36 73
102 13
16 50
38 25
26 75
3 00
6 35
15 50
49 00
20 75
7 25
7 21
3 00
23 41
7 00
12 00
4 25
68 50
70 31
2 60
5 00
6 25
10 00
6 00
33 86
76 87
10 00
7 95
6 00
43 17
354 70
739 40
727 40
618 90
349 40
425 00
697 12
408 75
470 75
731 63
1,070 15
888 40
44,988 02
84   58,550 02   44,938 02 Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
§   cts.
§   cts.
S   cts.
F W Foster	
J McCully	
W Livingstone	
James Campbell	
Isaac Saul	
W.Boyd	
J. J. McKay	
B. C Express Co	
G. Hamilton	
Robert McLeese	
Thomas M. Hamilton
J. Hetherington	
P. McCaig	
W. Barker	
James Buchanan	
John Saul	
C Mclntyre	
E. Bell	
Henry Yates	
J. Hetherington	
W.Boyd	
D. Murphy	
John Wright	
Robert McLeese	
G. Hamilton	
George Johnston	
Douglas & Deighton ..
B. C. Express Co	
T. M. Hamilton	
U Nelson	
J Halliday	
W Cargile	
W Dougherty	
Marshall   & Smith...,
W F Allen	
J Robertson	
Isaac Saul	
G Slater	
G Tinker	
T   Conroy	
T Hamilton	
G Hamilton	
R McLeese	
J Mundorf	
W  Saul	
D Smith	
EChenhall	
H Higginbottom	
J Pollard 	
H Yeates	
W Dooley	
Indian "Stumninick"..
Dominion Telegraph
T M Hamilton	
I Saul	
J Hetherington 	
F W Foster	
C B Eagle 	
G Hamilton	
JBoyd	
J Peebles	
Fletcher & McNaughten.
WW Dodd	
J McLeese	
R Middleton	
J. H. St. Laurent	
Pay Sheet .
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
J Dundas .
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 133.—Main Trunk Road.—Continued.
Sections 3 and 4.—Conchided.
Section 3-
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do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
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do.
do.
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Section 4-
do.
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-Horse feed and tools	
Repairing tools and shoeing horses	
Horse feed	
Team hauling lumber, horse feed	
1 cart horse, 8140.00; hay and grain, 8140 99	
Horse hire, 2 months @ 810	
Postage stamps, Superintendent Boyd	
Horse feed 	
do	
do	
do	
do	
Labour, 30 days @ 8 3 00	
do.      24       do.   50 00 per month	
do.      27       do.     3 00	
do.        2       do.     3 00	
Sharpening saws and new handles and repairing cart
Spikes and nails	
Labour diverting water course on Soda Creek Hill...
Horse feed	
Horse hire, 3 months @ 810	
Horse feed	
do       	
Horse keep	
do	
Shoeing horses and repairing tools	
Repairing harness	
Freight on harness	
Rope, etc	
Lumber, hay, grain, shovels, picks, axes, etc	
Labour on Clinton Hill, 10 days @ 83	
Barley and hay and hauling lumber	
do. do. 	
Keep of horses	
Hay and barley	
Horse hire	
Hay and grain	
Labour	
do	
do	
Hay and grain	
Horse keep	
do	
Horse feed	
Keep of 3 Govt, horses,winter 1882-3,5 mos. as per agreement
Hay.
1,838 84    58,550 02    44,988 02
Making tent for road party	
Labour, 13^ days @ 83	
Hay and grain	
Superintending labour on Soda Creek Hill.
Labour Soda Creek Hill, 7^ days @ 83	
do. do.       13    ,, 2.50...
Telegrams 	
Hay and grain  	
Horse keep	
Grain   	
Spikes, &c	
Grain   	
Hay and grain  	
Sections 5 and 6.
Meals, bed, and horse keep, for J. Bowron, examining road  	
Horse and buggy hire, do. do. 	
Meals and bed, do. do. 	
Fare, Barkerville to Stanley, do. do. 	
Meals, bed, and horse keep, do. do, 	
Repairing buggy, do. do. 	
Sections 4, 5,<& 6—Salary as Supt., July 1882, to June'83, @$150$mo
Savona-Nicola Section.
Labourers, under Supt. Stevenson, 14th to 30th April, 1883—Savona .
do.                          do.             1st to 31st May,        ,,          ,,
do.                            do.              1st to 16th June,       ,,           ,,
do.                          do.             1st to 30th April,      ,,       Nicola ..
do.                           do.             1st to 31st May,        „          „   ' .,
do- do. 1 month '.	
Carried forward.
1,838 84
184 57
174 01
17 50
16 00
280 99
20 00
4 25
9 50
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
90 00
46 16
81 00
6 00
43 50
11 40
2 50
88 60
30 0Q
2 50
6 00
3 20
6 00
24 25
4 00
4 00
5 00
200 22
30 00
21 76
4 12
45 97
3 00
25 00
26 60
3 00
9 00
27 00
13 97
2 00
1 00
8 32
100 00
3 00
5 00.
40 50
9 70
10 00
22 50
32 50
1 00
5 00
4 00
7 45
3 70
5 64
3 00
8 16
30 00
4 50
5 00
11 60
1 00
1,800 00
301 20
736 48
316 61
404 00
220 00
70 00
64,299 851 44,988 02 47 Vic.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30tu June, 1883.
69
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
$   cts.
8   cts.
1,838 84
1,176 33
79 00
64,299 85
127 75
36 33
8 22
12 00
17 00
13 16
3 00
44,988 02
Shuswap Milling Co	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridses and Wharves.—Concluded.
Vote No. 133.—Main Trunk Road.—Concluded.
Savona-Nicola Section.—Concluded.
Lumber and freight from Kamloops to Savona's Ferry,               Savona
1,211 lbs. barley,                                                                              „
329 lbs. oats,                                                        .                                  „
Blacksmithing,                                                                                 ,,
do.                                                                                             „
J McCully	
Vote No. 133a.—In aid of Savona Ferry.
Amount awarded by Supreme Court on a Petition of Right for certain
claims in the maintenance of Savona Ferry for the years 1876-77-78-
64,517 30
J Uren, per  Attorneys,
1,176 33
299 55
Do.
Vote 133b.—In aid of Lillooet Ferry.
1,475 88
49 95
100 00
384 42
201 70
61 50
Do                     	
P McQuade & Son
700 feet 5 in. wire cable 8246.12, 6 coils 2 in. manilla 8137.30, cartage 81
Freight on wire cable and rope, drayage and storage, Victoria to Clinton
Vote No. 133c.—Skeena River to Omineca.
797 57
56 85
170 65
252 50
George Kenney & Co	
Shrveys.
Vote No. 13/f.—Surveys throughout the Province.
Reimbursement for amount paid to W. D. Patterson for running line at
480 00
79 00
34 50
6 00
6 01/
10 00
3 00
184 00
7 50
7 50
4 60
2 00
26 00
8 00
3 75
4 25
120 00
5 00
144 00
35 75
56 37
20 62
3 00
11 00
25 00
17 50
3 37
20 50
1 50
25 00
20 00
10 00
42 50
5 00
4 00
112,258 77
Do	
P. Carter	
Expressage on instruments, etc., to and from steamer for G. Hargreaves
Surveying roads, New Westminster district and Poit Moody, and draw-
W J French	
Fare to Port Moody,                 do.           New Westminster and return..
Steamer Princess Louise
Steamer Western Slope..
Do.
Passage and meals,                   do.           Victoria to N. W. and return ..
do.                                   do.           New Westminster to Victoria ..
do.                                   do.          Victoria to New Westminster ..
Surveying road lines at Langley, preparing reports and maps, 20 d. @86
Explorations and survey of trunk road from New Westminster to Gran-
W K Sutherland	
do.                                 do.                          20J ,,           2 75	
T Black	
6 days labonr with G. Turner @ 82.50, 815; board for Turner, $10  	
J Taylor	
E Barber 	
Labour, 7 days @ 82.50; team from Langley to New Westminster, %3..
W Ralph	
Passage, meals, and bed, Cache Creek to Spallmucheen, for J. Hunter.
Passage, meals, and room for J. Hunter, New7 Westminster to Yale	
956 11
1    3,094 17
mm'im.m TO
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
8   cts.
$   cts.
Welch, Rithet&Co.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Customs. Victoria	
Turner, Beeton & Co	
Matthews,Richards & Tye
Bank British Columbia..
do.
Welch, Rithet&Co.
do. 	
Bank British Columbia,
do.
Welch, Rithet&Co.
Do
Customs, Victoria.
Kinipple & Morris.
do.
do.
do.
Customs, Victoria...
Welch, Rithet&Co.
Brought forward	
XII—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Graving Dock.
Vote No. 135.—Graving Dock Construction.
300bbls. cement from S.F., (56} tons of 2,0001bs.) @83.80$bbl=81,140 00
Charges, shipping in San Francisco        24 20
Insurance and Exchange        12 22
Freight        219 00
Duty, 20 per cent      228 00
Commission, 2} per cent, on 81,164        29 10
Per Queen of the Bay:—
Duty on 320 bbls. cement. £238 12 8 @ 84.85=81,157 @ 20 $ cent.
Freight on       do. @ 40s. $ ton, gross 110 tons 3 cwt. @ 45s
£22060@84.85   '.	
Nails and packing paper for salvage of cement 	
300 tons cement, per Rover of the Seas  £622 10 0
R. D. Welch & Co., Insurance, etc '....      25   4 6
£647 14 6 (3 84.90
Freight on 319' tons gross of cement, per Rover of the Seas, @ 32s. 6d,
per ton = £519 3s. 9d., @ 84.85	
Labour, lightering and landing cement, ex Rover of the Seas	
300 tons cement, per Grace Gibson  £622 10 0
R. D. Welch & Co., Insurance, etc       35   9 4
Customs, Victoria	
do.
Welch, Rithet& Co..
Turner, Beeton & Co.
Reed Bros. & Co. ..
Welch, Rithet&Co...
Bank of British Columbia
Do.
Customs, Victoria .
Bank of British Columbia
R C Janion	
Do.
Kinipple &  Morris,   per
W. Bennett	
Imperial Insurance Co...
Do.
Do.
N. British & Mercantile..
Northern Assurance Co..
Victoria & Esqt. Tel. Co
Colonist Printing Office.
Dom. Govt. Telegraph .
George B'rancis	
J  W Williams	
J. J. Russell	
A W Lawson	
Bank British Columbia..
Do.
" Evening Post"   	
Daily "Standard"	
The "Mail" Printing Co..
Wells, Fargo & Co	
R. T. Williams	
£657 19 4 @ 84.90
Freight on 319} tons gross of cement, per Grace Gibson, @ 32s. Od. per
ton=£519 3s. 9d. @ 84.85	
Labour, lightering and landing cement, ex. Grace Gibson	
Duty on cement, per Bodrhyddan, £745 6 3 @ S4.85 = 83,614.76 @ 20 %
Travelling expenses of Mr. Morris from London to Victoria, in October,
1882, for examination of Dock, as per agreement of Nov., 1874	
Travelling expenses of Mr. Bennett from London to Victoria, do	
Commission on purchase of cement, 1,362 tons, 2}% on £3,027 14 6=
£75 13 4 @ 84.85	
Expenses, advertising and cablegrams, 1879 to 1882	
Duty on 100 tons cement, per Caller-ou, £225 =81,091 @ 20 per cent..
Freight on 994 casks cement, per Bodrhyddan, 336 tons 13 cwt. 1 qr.
gross, @ 40s. =£673 6 6@84.S4	
Duty on 1,680 casks cement, per Grace Gibson, £622 10=83,019 @ 20%
do. do. Rover of the Sea,       do. do.
General average on 969 casks cement, per Bodrhyddan	
Freight on 560 cks. cement,105 tons 15 cwt.,gross,@40s.=£21110@$4.85
Balance due on Cofferdam Contract No. 1, as per Arbitration Award ..
Freight on 312 tons of cement, ijS Vanguard, @ 35s. $ ton = £546® 84.84
312 tons of cement, do. £660   7s. 9d.
R. D. Welch & Co., Insurance commission, &c,   16 10   0
£682 17s. 9d. @ §4.90
Duty on 312 tons of cement, per  Vanguard, £666 7s. 9d., @ 84.85 =
83,232 @ 20%    	
300 tons cement per Jane Sprott, with charges, &c, £734 13 5 @ 84.9C
160 casks cement, per Jessie Osborne, 47 tons 2 qr. 24 lbs., £137 lis. 2d.
@ 84.92J-	
Freight on   do.   £75 @ 84.84 =8363; Duty, 8107.80 	
Vote No. 136.—Kinipple & Morris—Resident Engineer's Salary.
Salary as Resident Engineer, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883, @ §182.5
Vote No. 138.—Insurance.
Insurance on cement at Esquimalt
Do. Engineers' Office ....
Do. Machinery	
Do. do	
Do. do	
Vote No. 1U0.—Miscellaneous.
Telephone for Office at Dock	
Customs' blanks	
Sundry messages	
Carriage hire for Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works	
do. do. do. 	
Cab hire for do. do.       and VV.
Carriage hire for do. do	
Cablegram to London 	
Exchange on draft in favor of Mail Printing Co	
Advertising tenders for Caisson	
Do. do	
Do. do	
Freight and expressage on specifications and plans for Caisson .
Binding specifications for Caisson and Graving Dock	
Carried forward.
3,094 17
1,652 52
231 40
1,068 45
4 10
3,173 :
2,518 06
68 95
3,224 04
2,512 87
86 05
723 00
1,212 50
485 00
366
166 65
218 20
3,258 89
6C3 80
603 80
652 99
1,025 77
11,930 00
2,642 64
3,557 21
646 40
3,599 88
677 46
470 80
87 50
7 50
24 00
293 75
252 00
8 75
50
52 75
15 00
8 00
5 00
8 00
9 00
1 71
47 60
35 00
312 00
16 10
28 50
47,282 25
2,187 00
064 75
3,099 17l       577 811  50,134 00 47 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
71
TO WHOM PAID.
[FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
$   cts,
$   cts.
Collier, Bristow .
W Bennett	
R, T. Williams	
Thomas Westgarth	
Thomas C. Jones	
Joseph Maynard	
Victoria & Esqt. Tel. Co
"Daily Standard"	
John Weiler	
W. S. Louttit	
Joseph Spratt	
Stahlsehmidt & Ward ..
Hall & Goepel	
E. B. Marvin	
J. P. Burgess	
W. G. Bowman	
M. Muir	
William Young1	
Indian " Andrew"	
J. W. Williams	
J. Forrest	
W. Arthur	
M. W. Waitt	
J. F. Wilson	
"Free Press"	
" Evening Post"	
" Mainland Guardian"..,
Pay Sheets	
do	
J. B. Harrison	
Joseph Spratt	
Steamer '* Beaver"	
Schooner " Dolphin"	
W. P. Say ward	
John Weiler	
Thomas Pamphlet	
C. E. Redfern	
J. Maynard	
Matthews,Richards & Tye
Steamer W. G. Hunt....
John Dougall	
Stahlsehmidt & Ward ...
H. C. Wilson	
D. Lenevue	
C. P. Bloomfield	
W. G. Bowman	
Fell &Co.;	
J. Broadwell	
Geo. Everton 	
G. J. Bitancourt	
J. E. Jenkins	
John Norton 	
VanVolken burgh & Co...
Neuf elder & Ross	
Fellows & Prior	
E. B. Marvin	
Matthews,Richards & Tye
Albion Iron Works	
Steamer Wilson G Hunt.
W Bennett	
J Robertson	
Ward & Co	
Shaw & Kuna	
James Akenhead	
T Pamphlet	
A G Home	
Hirst Bros	
W Wilson	
J Holden	
Johnston & Co	
C Carpenter	
S Brightman	
J  Hilbert	
Dunsmuir & Co	
H C Wilson	
J Akenhead	
P. McQuade & Sons..
J B Harrison	
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued,
Graving Dock.—Continued.
Vote No. 1U0.— Miscellaneous.—Concluded.
Costs of release, re Reed Bros. & Co., arbitration .
Rent of Post office box, stamps, telegrams, &c	
k2 Vic, Chap. 20—Contract No. 3.  (F. B. McNamee & Co.)
Binding and perforating Requisition Books	
Testing boiler, steamer " Lillie"	
One 14-ft. boat complete	
Cartage winch from Victoria to Esq't and tools from Esq't to Spratt's
Telephone and transmitter	
Various notices ,	
Lamps, lantern, and wick	
Candles, lamp glasses, and rope	
Repairs to boiler and sundry articles of machinery	
Blasting powder, fuse, and caps	
90^- tons coal	
Oil, pitch, oakum, etc., white lead	
8 M shingles and drayage 	
Charges on tools to Esquimalt	
Towing lighter from Jones' Island to Esquimalt §G0, bailing water §10
2 water casks	
Canoe hire Supt. of Police to James' Island in search of stolen scows
Carriage hire       do. Saanich do.
Services in care of 3 scows, 5 weeks @ $2	
1 boat's ways and capstan   	
Stationery	
6101 lbs. 7i inch pipe and sundry labour and material	
Advertising tenders Graving Dock Contract	
do. do. do	
do. do. do	
Various persons, daj^-work at Dock, 1st July, 1882. to 30th June, 18
do. do.        Quarry	
Foreman at Quarry, July to November, @ $130 per month	
1 crab winch, etc	
Charter per agreement, examining Quarry	
Freight and passengers, men and supplies, to Quarry 	
Lumber and drayage for
Crockery
Freight on sandstone from
1 clock for
Cartage of tools, James' Bay to steamer,
Blacksmiths' tools, etc.,
Passages men and freight,
Stove fittings,
Giant powder, caps and fuse,
Range and fittings,
50 coal sacks,
1 boat complete,
Cartage of tools to Esquimalt,
Provisions supplied to workmen,
do.
do.
do.        €
Meat
do.
do.    .
Provisions
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Tools, iron, steel, and nails,
Wire rope, hemp rope, and blocks,
Wire rope, iron, and steel,
One crab winch,
Moving camp from Salt S. I. to Newcastle I.
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.
Passages meals, & bed, to Nanaimo, & expenses, do.
Bands, shackles, and bolts for derrick, do.
Powder, caps, and fuse, do.
Iron-work for derrick, do.
Provisions supplied, do.
Freight on stone from Newcastle Island do.
Provisions supplied do.
Do.           and tools, &c., do.
Sundry cooking utensils, tinsmithing, &c., do.
Tools, iron, steel, blacksmithing, &c, do.
Provisions supplied do.
Lumber supplied do.
Provisions supplied do.
Jroekery, &c, do.
Coal, do.
Sundry cooking utensils, do.
Meat, fish, and vegetables, do.
oil, paint, &c,        • do.
Boat hire and ferrying from do.
Carried forward.,
to Nanaimo, &e.
• 17
577 81
25 50
3 00
6 36
60 00
2 75
10 5C
120 0(
5 00
2 0C
161 0C
153 OC
425 35
102 72
35 75
2 50
70 00
3 00
4 00
5 00
10 00
20 00
22 12
471 20
5 00
15 00
12 50
53,084 05
5,184 06
458 20
91 80
150 00
30 00
95 81
6 00
592 31
3 75
75
315 44
17 25
20 25
158 00
76 25
7 00
35 00
1 25
99 37
18 40
5 22
45 00
8 40
2 00
56 77
155 71
69 47
237 48
130 79
91 80
119 00
56 25
61 62
105 25
55 00
199 44
760 62
160 02
687 47
49 67
208 77
14 88
47 78
18 00
20 25
4 00
4 50
350 78
17 13
13 00
50,134 00
702 91
!    3,099 17   65,918 761  50,836 91 72                Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOE WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
cts.
$   cts.
8   cts.
3,099 17
126 00
15 50
77 00
34 00
3 CO
65,918 76
100 OC
38 45
62 99
95 00
10 CO
2 00
16 00
5 00
1 00
434 02
21 00
3 50
1 76
1 00
611 88
1,931 06
552 18
63 25
1,010 50
770 40
725 00
33 78
32 75
15 00
700 00
487 50
630 20
1,265 24
37 50
22 90
12 50
340 75
2,000 56
21 0C
2„
16 00
200 00
6 00
7 00
1 50
2 44
3 00
26 50
3 50
5 00
6 00
1,194 70
152 13
977 29
136 00
22 50
2 50
32 00
IS CO
50,836 91
/
XII—PUBLIC WOEKS.—Concluded.
Geavino Dock.—Concluded.
IS Vic, Chap. 20—Contract No. 3 (F. B. McNamee & Co.)—Concluded.
A Meyer & Co	
W. Bennett	
Royalty oh stone, and rent of buildings at Newcastle Island Quarry ...
Passage, meals, etc., self and Mr. Morris to Salt Spring Island, $12.50;
sundry expenses prospecting for sandstone, Mr. Bennett and three
men, Aug. 27th to 29th, §52.50; passage, meals, etc., self and Mr.
William Chisholm	
W. W. Walkem, M.D	
J T Howard	
J Weiler	
E B Marvin	
Victoria & Esqt. Tel. Co.
Telephone service  	
Reparing tripod          	
Matthews, Richards & Tye
Albion Iron Works	
Tools, iron, steel, nails, buckets, steel wire rope, rubber valves, &c...
MW Waitt & Co	
Hall & Goepel	
Rent of Steamer " Lilly," from 27th June, 1882, to 30th June, 18S3,
A & W Wilson	
HE Wilby	
30 sacks of charcoal, S12.75, allowance for damage to boat, $20	
M T Johnson	
Making inventory and valuation of Graving Dock plant    	
S P Gillispie	
Estate of NF Foster	
RKeeler	
Pitch, tallow, and oil	
R Ward & Co	
W P Say ward	
Raising           do.                      	
Spring Vale Water Co..
Water supplied to Steamer " Lilly "	
W Young	
Hire of boat and 1 water cask	
Eli Harrison, Sr	
Bank of British Columbia
Exchange on draft in favour of Mail Printing Co	
W R Clarke	
W Bennett   ..
Telegrams from July, 18S2, to March, 1883	
G Stelly	
Hauling pile-driver to Esquimalt	
TGowe'n	
Iron, steel, nails, etc	
M Muir	
T Pamphlet	
Allowance for damage to schooner " Bonanza," while loading stone . ..
Carriage hire for Resident Engineer & W. Morris, inspecting Cofferdam
Tinge	
G Platz	
4 tubs delivered at Dock   	
1 coil of 4i-inch m.nilla rope	
XIII.—MISCELLANEOUS.
Vote No. 141.—Advertising.
80,690 33
592 50
112 00
293 25
242 00
104 50
752 00
478 50
488 75
530 98
550 37
263 01
36 50
15 45
3 50
131,527 24
Do.               do.               	
"Evening Post"	
Do.               do.               	
" Mainland Guardian"...
Do.               do.               	
Do.               do.               	
Do.               do.               	
Do.               do.               	
E. T. Williams	
Vote No. 142.—Stationery.
2,574 75
T. N. Hibhen & Co
M. W. Waitt	
Stationery for Provincial Secretary's Department
do	
do	
Do.       S'nreme Court and Attorney-General's Dept..	
Do.       Government Agent, Yale 	
Do.                         do.           Cariboo 1
3,354 67
1,888 56
2,674 75 47 Vic.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
73
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE,
Arrears,
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
3,354 67
.3 50
1,888 56
5 50
1 00
81 86
47 89
51 81
11 00
19 49
2 50
3 25
1 75
50
23 25
50
2,574 75
F. W. Foster	
XIII.—MISCELLANEOUS.—Continued.
"Vote No. 142.—Stationery.—Concluded.
W. E. McCartney	
W H Keary	
T R Pearson	
• E Pimbury & Co	
Vote No. 143.—Postage.
Wells, Fargo & Co	
19 75
3 00
30 00
10 00
22 50
2 50
2 50
15 00
5 00
1 00
2 00
5 00
2 00
50
3 75
1 75
5 00
105 00
8 50
50
0 50
776 11
78 75
30 00
21 00
25 00
64 82
23 0<
60 00
SI 37
5 97
63 85
2 J 59
10 00
78 38
2 50
5 00
5 50
P. Malov	
W Foster	
Indian  "Johnny"	
JMerrifield	
E A Booth	
H Brown	
F Littler	
B. C. Express C	
do.         Kamloops ..
do.        Nanaimo ...
do.        N. Wesmt'r.
do,        Lillo >et	
do.         Clinton ....
do.         Okanagan ..
do.        Kootenay ..
TR Pearson & Co	
WH Keary	
M. W. Waitt	
Do	
Vote No. 144.—Telegrams.
1,606 59
1,197 66
Vote No. 145.—Fuel and Light.
Coal and wood for all Departments, Government Offices, Victoria	
Gas supplied'                   do.                                do.              do	
720 25
433 65
19 00
41 75
12 00
33 75
1 75
2 50
32 50
27 75
12 50
3 75
50
13 00
7 50
45 00
15 00
8 Oi)
F. W. Foster	
Indian Charley	
Sawing and splitting wood,       do	
Callbreath, Grant &Cook
Kimball & Gladwin	
Pioneer Line of Steamers
84 00
25 00
9A 00
Indian "Charlie" ,
Cutting 20 cords wood for Toll House, Yale	
4 00
Carried forward ,	
•
3,358 17
1,567 15
7,517 W ?4                Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
$   cts-
$   cts.
3,358 17
17 25
1,567 15
4 00
40 00
21 75
66 00
68 00
16 25
20 00
4 00
40 00
5 00
7,517 86
XIII.—MISCELLANEOUS.—Continued.
Vote No. 145.—Fuel and Light.—Concluded.
H Elliott	
Coal,                                               do.               New Westminster	
Indian "Charley"	
H Newell	
Do.                                             do.               Richfield  	
J Mitchell              	
Vote No. 146.—Library, Legislative and Departmental.
1 year's subscription Ontario Reports, $5 00; 1 Chitty's Index Balance,
§13 00; 1 Fisher's Digest, §7 50	
1,852 15
M. W. Waitt	
25 50
7 50
37 50
6 00
13 75
21 00
31 75
9 00
1 50
9 75
9 75
42 00
66 00
6 00
6 00
10 00
do	
do.
T. N. Hibben	
do.           	
1 cop37 of Statutes, 1 Chambers' Dictionary, 2 Laws relating to Colonies
do.                  ......
do.
do.           	
Army List, $3.50, Navy List, $1.25,  Kerr's Magistrates Act, $1.75,
do.
F. L. Tuckfleld	
,
Do	
"Daily Evening Post"...
Do.                  do	
Vote No. 147.—Refunds.
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
9 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
57 00
100 00
17 25
2 50
72 80
3 00
3 00
3 00
J Wells	
H Smith	
M. Deitz	
Hugh Flynn ...
do.                         do.                            do,        Cowichan District 	
do.                         do.                             do.                     do.              ....
do.                         do.                            do,       Victoria District	
do.                         do.                             do,                     do	
do.                         do.                            do.                     do.        	
do.                       do.                           do.                    do	
do.                       do.                          do.                    do	
do.                         do.                             do,                     do	
do.                       do.                          do.                    do	
do.                         do.                            do.                     do.        	
do.                         do.       New W. Dist., accounted for but not collected
Refund of moiety of fine by H. P. Cornwall and J. Martley. J. P's.,
re Cargile v. Cornwall and Martley, by order of Supreme Court	
T Doyle	
M Creddick	
P Gilligan	
J Kurtz ..
W E Holmes	
H P Cornwall	
C Phair
Captain Jae^	
,1   F.. Allison
1    3.375 421        384 55
9,673 0i 47 Vic.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
75
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
s   cts.
$   cts.
P. Quayle	
Ah Chan 	
Ah Lock	
F.W.Foster....
F. Guterrez	
A. B. Ferguson .
R G Tatlow....
CNTrew, M. D.
Indian "Sampson"
M Manley	
T Allsop	
R Benson 	
Ah How...
T Bishop...
J T Steele .
A Todd .
Guarantee Co. of North
America, per Allsop &
Mason	
W. Fernie .
L. G. McQuade, Secretary
George Norris, Treasurer
R. B. Kelly, Treasurer .
Alex. Mouatt, Secretary
Robert Clark, Secretary .
S Sandover, Treasurer..
EMcGillivray    do.
H Fry, do.
Victoria & Esqt. Tel. Co.
Brought forward	
XIII.—MISCELLANEOUS.—Continued.
Vote No. 147.—Refunds.—Concluded.
Refund of Provincial Revenue Tax, twice paid, Victoria District ...
do. Free Miner's Certificate, twice paid, Clinton	
do. do. do. do	
do. Teaming: Licence, do. do	
do. Road Toll, excess of payment, do	
do. Bill of Sale, do. do	
do. Real Property Tax, twice paid, Esquimalt District	
do. of fee for Certificate of lunacy, Indian " John,"   accounted
for by Indian Department in 1881	
Refund of moiety of fine, Regina v Ah Sing, supplying liquor to Indians
do. land purchase, Gabriola Island, short survey in 1873, 20 ac.
do. Real Property Tax, Esquimalt Dist., assessed twice in error
Refund to Richard Benson, money taken from him whilst an inmate of
the Asylum for the Insane, repaid on his discharge	
Refund, Free Miner's Certificate, issued in error	
do.     overpaid on Road Toll	
do.     of Auction Licences issued in 1881 and 1882, for sale of his own
cattle, 8100, tax on   do.   815.88   	
Refund of interest paid on Certificate No. 538, land purchased in 1878.
Cowichan District	
Wm. Healy	
Irvine & McLeod	
McAllister & Campbell ..
Henry Saunders	
Joseph Gosnell	
do. 	
do	
Steamer Otter   	
Samuel Clay	
S. A, Rogers	
Mason & Daly	
do	
Samuel Walker	
W. W. Dodd	
J. T. Galbraith	
JoneSjCampbeil, Ch .tuey
T. Russell, Treasurer.,..
Vote No. 148.—Premium ox Guarantee Bonds.
From 1st June, 18S3, to SIst May, 18S4	
Vote No. 149.—Allowance to Officer at Kootenay.
For cleaning office, horse hire, travelling expenses, hay, etc., 12 months
Vote No. 150.—Fire Department, Victoria.
Annual Grant	
Vote No. 151.—Fire Department, Nanaimo.
Annual Grant	
Vote No. 152.—Fire Department, New Westminster.
Annual Grant	
Vote No. 153.—Fire Department, Cariboo.
Annual Grant	
Vote No. 154.—Fire Department, Yale.
Annual Grant	
Vote No. 156.—Agricultural Societies.
Grant in aid of North and South Saanich Agricultural Society	
Do. Chilliwhack do. 	
Do. Cowichan do. 	
Vote No. 157.—Telephone Service.
Telephone for sundry offices, 12 months	
Vote 158.—Explorations.
Prospecting on the North Fork Leech River	
do. between head waters of San Juan River and Alberni Canal
do. on West Coast of Vancouver Island, Nootka Sound....
Provisions for McAllister's party	
do.       for Cooper's party	
do.      for Healy	
do.       for Irving and McLeod	
Passage for Cooper and Doucher, Victoria to Fort Simpson	
Provisions for Beegan, Argall, and Cowling, Gordon River	
do.       for Porter ant. McDonald, Cariboo	
do.       for Pearce and Bennett, Cariboo	
do.      for McDonald and Johnson, Cariboo	
do. do. do	
do.       for Paris and Foster, do	
do.       for Kleney, Phillips and Geary, Kootenay	
do.       for exploring in the Selkirk range 	
3,375 42
115
6 00
VOTE No.  159.—Br tish C< lumbia Agricultural Association, in Aid
of a Provi. cial Exhibition, Victoria.
G.'ant in aid
Carried foruard.
384 55
3 CO
5 00
5 00
5 00
75
2 00
3 35
10 00
25 00
20 93
2 36
11 3:
5 00
1 61
115 88
6 00
166 66
166 68
60 00
39 00
150 00
75 00
277 98
40 00
61 00
40 00
100 00
97 25
60 45
44 75
75 54
134 89
86 9-
. 100 01
3,5o7 30
9,673 01
454 50
500 00
500 00
238 65
1,442 81
1,000 00
17,010 75 76
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
A. Vipond	
George Morison	
Bank British Columbia.
Garesche, Green & Co..
J. Maynard	
Thomas Potter	
Yale Water Works	
F. L. Budlong	
do. 	
do. 	
do. 	
J. L. Bunte	
John Wiggins	
Indian " Bill"	
Indian "Billy"	
James H. Hart	
Indian "Peter"	
J. C. Bryant	
F. L. Tuckfleld	
Brought fonoard	
XIII.—MISCELLANEOUS.—Continued.
Vote No. 160.—Not Detailed in Estimates.
do.
James Parsons.
L.   Hall	
Indian "Joseph"	
J. W. Barry	
Indian "Charley"	
Victoria Water Works...
R. T.Williams	
do. 	
do. 	
do. 	
do. 	
R. Croft	
I. W. Powell, Supt. I. A.
Uriah Nelson	
Kimball & Gladwin...
E. B. Marvin	
James Cunningham	
Jessj L. Smith	
" Christian"	
A. C. Anderson	
Newton  H Chittenden..
J Lovell &Son	
Bank of British Columbia
U S R Steamer Woicott..
do.
do.
do.
do.
Assisting do
Mrs Deasy	
K McLeod	
Fletcher k McNaughten.
WB Schuyler	
J Hutchinson	
J D Fric;;elton, M. D....
J Fell & Co	
C McCormac	
E H Francis .
A C Anderson, J. P.
T Storey	
L F Bonson	
Scoullar & Co	
J W Barry	
E Harrison, Jr	
R J McDonell	
J G Barnston	
A Ofner	
Humphreys & Grant	
J Clearihue	
Callbreath, Grant & Cook
J Quagliotti	
J Stott 	
R Millman	
C Baker 	
EMWirth	
W D Moses	
Key Post Office box, and repairing lock central building	
Soap, polish, and olive oil	
Exchange on drafts	
Three date stamps Treasury and Registrar-General's Office, &c	
Expressage on books	
Assistance towards towing mining scow from Victoria to Fraser river.
Water supplied Government Office, 12 months	
Services burying a pauper, Michael Kelly	
do.     Martin Bennett 	
do.     Michael Shea	
do.     W. E. Baillie    	
the body of a man unknown found in Fraser River..
do.       and paid Indians do. 	
Canoe hire searching for body of Pat. Mark in Fraser river	
Do. & assist'ce burying 2 persons Fd drowned in Fraser near 37-mile post
Making two coffins for do. do.
Conveying a dead man to Yale Gaol 	
Expenses search'g for Challette & Beckley, lost on way to Nation river
Two copies of " Standard," Provincial Secretary's Office, 12 months, and
extra copy 3 months	
Custom House forms   	
Two copies of "Colonist," Provincial Secretary's Office, 12 months, and
extra copy 3 months    	
Two copies " Evening Post," Provincial Secretary's Office, 6 months...
Canoe hire to Hope with Quarantine officer	
Services as Quarantine Officer, Fraser River, 18 days @ 83	
Cleaning Court House, Yale	
Water supplied Government buildings, James' Bay, 12 months	
Binding sundry Newspapers and Government Gazette	
100 copies of British Columbia Directory	
Binding and placing labels on 19 vols. "British Columbia Gazette"	
Do.    349 copies of Anderson's Appendix, with maps	
Do.   1 vol. "British Columbia Gazette," & 4 vols. " Canada Gazette
Reporting at Supreme Court re Esquimalt Election Petition 	
Compensation to Spuzzum Indians for improve'ts on lot 4, group 1, Yale
District, erroneously included in Indian reservation by Com. Sproat
Rubber hose, nozzle, and couplings, Yale Office	
Freight on stove, drayage, etc., Yale    	
One flag, Court House, Nanaimo	
Seed for grounds, Yale	
Cleaning Government Office, K imloops	
Cleaning Court House and Government office, Kamloops	
Grant in aid of Fisheries Exhibition in London    	
1,000 copies of Settlers Guide in British Columbia	
31 copies of Dominion Annual Register and Review	
Exchange on drafts	
Board for A. C. Anderson, J. P., and Pilot Francis, Victoria to Metla
kathla, and return	
Washing towels, Government Offices, 12 months	
Burial of body found in Swamp River, near Harvey Creek	
Horse keep, meals, &c, for Collector of Mining Statistics, Cariboo	
Collecting and copying mining statistics	
Lettering on door of Judge's Chambers, Yale	
Services inspecting & examining places reported infected with small-pox
Sundry supplies for Government Offices  j
1 copy, each, " Free Fress" and " Mainland Guardian," 1st April, 1882,'
to 30th June, 1883   j
Services as Pilot for IT. S Revenue Steamer " Woicott" to Metlakathla,1
re enquiry of Indian disturbance	
Servicesat Metlakathla with Indian Commissioner, re Indian disturbance
Services burying two paupers, John Hay and John Riley	
Do.    *       a pauper, Harry Hewett	
Cleaning stove pipes, zinc, &c, Govt. Office, New Westminster	
Allowance for loss of clothing after leaving quarantine at Hope	
Law stamps, Beaven v. Winter 	
10 boxes of cartridges sent to Kamloops, re capture of McLean Bros.
and Hare, 1880	
Consultations with Attorney-General, re Thrasher case	
Soap and blacklead	
Furnishing a coffin for a Tal-tan Indian	
Soap and stove polish for office, Laketon	
2 fiies and sharpening saws	
Yellow hunting for quarantine	
Conveying body of M. Shea from 16 mile post to Yale   	
Services burying body of W. Collins	
Digging grave, do	
Provisions supplied Wade family in quarantine at Hope	
Thermometer for Governmei; t Office, Richfield ,	
3,507 30
Carried forward..
1 50
3 50
2 50
34 75
50
50 00
24 00
20 00
20 75
20 00
20 00
25 00
7 00
10 00
9 00
15 00
1 00
236 62
22 75
22 75
13 00
1 00
54 00
1 00
180 00
49 50
160 00
42 75
122 15
10 50
50 00
325 00
13 75
5 25
20 00
3 75
2 00
2 50
300 00
250 00
93 00
1 62
59 50
24 00
8 00
10 25
10 00
1 50
15 00
16 00
16 25
300 00
100 00
31 00
14 00
7 62
25 00
60
67 20
50 00
5 00
10 60
1 50
1 50
2 00
10 00
6 00
1 50
.33 87
5 00
3,577 751 3,080 53
17,615 75
17,615 75 47 Vic.      Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
77
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts,
9   cts.
$   cts.
J McLellan	
G M Sproat  	
H Short	
P McQuade & Son....
Langley & Co	
B Evans	
B C Express Co	
A Stevenson	
C Karst 	
Hudson Bay Co	
E B C Hanington, M D
E F Holt	
"Columbian"	
Pendray & Co	
W. C. Ward	
L. R. Mclnnes	
W. Dodd 	
A. Mayer	
White House	
J. W. Williams	
Henry Smith	
F. Norris	
J. T. Howard	
S. Glover	
G Winter	
T Harris	
Drake & Jackson	
W G Bowman	
J. J Russell	
Sir M B Begbie,Chairman
JDFrickelton,M.D.
J Rodello	
"Daily Colonist"	
"Daily Evening Post'
"Free Press"	
"Columbian"	
Postmaster, Victoria
J J essop	
do	
W Ross	
G M  Sproat.....*...
T. N. Hibben & uo.
BC Express Co	
A A McArthur	
Pay Sheet	
R T Williams	
do. 	
do	
R J Butler	
A Peele	
M W Waitt & Co	
R E Kingsford	
J Bethune	
Brought forward	
XIII.—MISCELLANEOUS.—Concluded.
Vote No. 160.—Not Detailed in Estimates.—Concluded.
Cleaning yard, Government Office, Kamloops 	
Compiling statistics respecting fisheries, British Columbia	
Rifles and ammunition for Chilcotin expedition	
Rope for grappling iron	
Chloride of lime	
Washing towels for Supreme Court, Land Registry Office, and Attorney-
General's Office, 12 months	
Expressage on rifles, Victoria to Clinton	
Digging graves for paupers	
Refreshments for Examiners of applicants for Coal Mine Managers	
Stable broom, Sic	
Attendance to Wade's family before removal to quarantine   	
Expressage on parcels, &c	
3 copies of "British Columbian " for Provincial Secretary's Department,
and 1 copy for Executive Council, one year	
Soap for Government Offices	
Vote No. 161.—Reception op His Excellency the Governor-General.
Contribution to fund, Victoria City [See Note-]	
do. New Westminster	
do. Yale	
do. Nanaimo	
Silver braid for Special Police, Victoria	
Two saddle horses      do. 	
Two do. do. 	
One do. do. and sundry articles	
Carriage hire do. 	
One dozen caps do. 	
Hire of horses and carriage (awarded by Sup. Court, Winter v. Beaven)
Serving subpoenas, Winter v. Beaven :	
Costs or suit, do. 	
Witness fees, do. 	
do. do. 	
Vote No. 162.—Kootenay Commission.
Remuneration to Commissioners for services in 1878	
Vote No. 163.—Expenses for care of Small Pox Patients quarantined at Sea Bird Island, Fraser River, 1882.
Allowance for services and expenses	
Vote No. 164.—Bounty—Wolves and Panthers.
Payment of claim for destruction of Wolves in 1878	
Vote No. 165.—Immigration.
Advertising	
do	
do	
do	
Postage on distribution of pamphlets, etc	
Salary as Immigration Agent, Victoria, 1st April to 30th June, 3m @ 8100
Cab hire to Esquimalt and return	
Salary as Immigration Agent, New West'r., 1st to 30th June, @ $100.
Services compiling hand book	
Pamphlets,  maps and stationery	
Express charges	
1 year's subscription for 100 copies "Resources of British Columbia,
and 720 extra copies and advertising	
Overtime and extra assistance in G.P.O. printing Immigration pamphlet
K)0 copies Anderson's appendix to British Columbia Directory	
Binding 5000 copies of pamphlet on B. C, including maps for same.
Mounting charts for department, S6.75 ;  1 self-inking rubber stamp, 88
Putting wrappers on Immigration pamphlets, 4 days 	
Compiling table of meteorological observation for Immigration purposes
3 reams paper for wrappers	
Vote No. 166.—Counsel employed re Thrasher Case.
Counsel fee .
do.    .
3,577 75
750 00
715 00
5,042 75
3,080 53
17,615 75
1 25
25 00
122 50
1 30
1 75
18 00
37 75
8 00
22 50
2 75
61 00
1 25
12 00
2 00
3,397 58
500 00
250 00
250 00
250 00
4 25
12 00
10 00
6 75
10 00
7 00
190 00
2 00
38 75
2 00
2 00
1,534 75
750 00
400 00
715 00
54 00
20 00
5 00
8 00
117 95
300 00
1 00
100 00
300 00
676 65
3 25
398 00
277 75
35 00
519 00
14 75
4 00
10 00
25 50
2,869 85
250 00
500 00
750 00
28,032 93
*Note.—Of this item, the sum of §125 was refunded to the Government, which is accounted for under the head of Miscellaneous
Receipts.
Audit Office,
10th November, 1883.
J. McB. SMITH,
Auditor.  47 Vic.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
79
APPROPRIATION   AND   EXPENDITURE
FOR   THE   FISCAL   YEAR   ENDED   30TH   JUNE,   1883.
Statement of Appropriation and Expenditure, from 1st July,  1882, to 30th June, 1883,
showing also the sums unexpended and over-expended.
No.
of
Vote.
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
30
31
82
S3
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
SERVICE.
I.—Public Debt.
Interest 	
Sinking Fund	
Premium and Exchange	
Discount and Commission	
Redemption	
II.—Civil Government (Salaries).
Lieutenant-Governor's Office	
Provincial Secretary and Minister of Mines Department
Treasury Department	
Lands and Works Department	
Attorney-General's Department 	
Land Registry Office	
Legislation 	
Registration of Voters	
Assay Office	
Asylum for the Insane	
Revenue Services	
Temporary Departmental Assistance	
III.—Administration of Justice (Salaries).
Supreme Court (Victoria Judicial District) 	
Sheriffs	
bounty Court (Victoria Judicial District)	
Police and Gaols, Victoria	
Do. Esquimalt	
Do. New Westminster	
Do. New Westminster District	
Do. Kootenay  *	
Do. Cariboo 	
Do. Cassiar	
Do; Yale and Lytton	
Do. Kamloops	
Do. Nanaimo 	
Do, Lillooet District	
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	
Asylum for the Insane, New Westminster	
VI.—Hospitals and Charities.
Hospital, Victoria	
Do.     New Westminster	
Do.     Cariboo	
Do.     Nanaimo	
Hospital Allowance, Cassiar	
In aid of destitute poor and sick	
Hospital Allowance, Medicines, &c	
Total
Appropriation
Voted
Supply Bills
45 & 46 Vic.
$ 51,060 67
18,593 00
720 00
600 00
5,500 00
76,373 67
1,200 00
11,550 00
6,600 00
7,620 00
1,800 00
3,110 33
1,050 00
375 00
1,200 00
6,040 00
3,120 00
1,300 00
44,965 33
2,400 00
1,500 00
900 00
7,232 00
720 00
8,072 00
1,002 00
1,404 00
6,024 00
5,720 00
4,142 60
1,200 00
4,940 00
2,220 00
47,476 50
8.S00 00
3,100 00
50 00
4,000 00
545 00
1,000 00
17,495 00
560 00
1,375 00
6,700 00
8,635 00
5,000 00
4,750 00
4,000 00
2,000 00
250 00
1,150 00
100 00
8 17,250 00
Total
Expenditure.
) 46,946 51
18,191 77
173 26
483 44
5,500 00
71,294
1,185 83
10,329 33
6,600 00
5,886 00
4 800 00
3,150 33
1,050 00
375 00
1,200 00
6,019 00
2,193 33
1,300 00
44,088 82
2,400
1,499
900
7,241
720
8,072
882
1,404
5,146
5,611
4,142
1,200
4,939
2,220
46,380 .
8,890 00
2,989 60
47 50
3,972 75
685 30
897 75
559 77
1,379 46
5,862 51
7,801 74
5,000 00
4,750 00
4,000 00
2,000 00
103 37
1,205 89
87 99
17,147 25
Unexpended
8 4,114 16
401 23
546 74
16 56
14 17
21 00
926  67
877 43
108 38
1,105 97
110 50
2 50
27 25
102 25
242 50
0 23
837 49
837 72
146 63
"1201
Over-
expended.
45 33
40 00
90 00
55 89 80
Public Accounts, 1st July 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
No.
of
Vote.
48
49
60
51
52
63
54
65
56
67
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
70
71
72
73
74
74A
75
77
78
79
80
81
82
85
86
87
91
92
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
106a
106b
SERVICE.
VII.—Administration of Justice (other than Salaries.)
Summoning and Paying Jurors and Witnesses	
Prosecution and Interpreters  	
Expenses of Inquests	
Criminal Punishments	
Rewards	
Keep of Prisoners	
Rents	
Special Constables	
Transport of Prisoners and Constables	
Miscellaneous	
VIII.—Education.
Education Office	
Victoria City District.	
Victoria District	
Esquimalt District	
Cowichan District	
Nanaimo District	
Comox District	
New Westminster City District.	
New Westminster District	
Hope-Yale District	
Lillooet District	
Cariboo District	
IX.—Transport.
Freight on Remittances	
Travelling Expenses of Officers on duty .
Keep of Horses	
X.-Rent.
Government House, Victoria	
Boat-house, Nanaimo	
Temporary residence for Lieutenant-Governor
XI.—Revenue Services.
Commission, Courts of Appeal, Travelling Ex.'s,Miscellaneous,&
C, Loat, Services Collecting School Tax	
XII.—Public Works.
Works and Buildings.
Repairs to Government Buildings and Fences, Victoria	
Do. do. New Westminster
Do. do. Nanaimo. •.	
Do. do. Yale District...
Do, do. Cariboo District
Do. do. Kootenay	
Do. do. Cassiar	
Do. do. Lillooet District
Repairs to Asylum for the Insane, New Westminster	
Victoria Gaol	
Nanaimo Court House	
Fencing to Hospital Grounds, Nanaimo	
Improvement, Government Reserves	
Construction Government Buildings, Cariboo	
Boat House, Nanaimo	
Fencing, &c., School Reserve Victoria	
Furniture, Government Offices	
Insurance, Government Buildings	
Public Schools, Victoria	
Do. South Saanich	
Do. Maple Ridge	
Do. Lytton	
Do. Surrey	
Do. Chilliwhack	
Do. Esquimalt	
Do. Prairie	
Do. South Cowichan	
Do. Denman Island	
Do. Clinton	
Do. Lillooet	
Do. Williams Lake	
Repairs to Nanaimo School, Fencing	
Pub.ic School, New Westminster	
Total
Appropriation
Voted
Supply Bills
45 & 46 Vic.
Total
Expenditure.
Unexpended
Over-
expended.
8 7,500 00
3,000 00
500 00
300 00
500 00
11,000 00
400 00
2,500 00
3,500 00
800 00
§ 5,217 50
2,784 75
728 05
$ 2,282 50
215 25
228 05
300 00
500 00
12,375 02
393 40
3,075 00
6,652 71
819 72
1,375 02
6 60
575 00
2,152 71
19 72
30,000 00
31,046 15
3,304 35
4,350 50
3,230 00
11,130 00
4,713 00
2,040 00
2,870 00
6,876 00
1,280 00
3,210 00
7,926 00
5,385 00
1,520 00
2,860 00
3,139 87
11,129 42
4,579 58
2,020 65
2,735 27
6,834 76
- 1,062 47
3,193 15
7,504 94
5,079 70
1,517 50
2,028 31
90 13
0 58
133 42
19 35
134 73
41 24
217 53
16 85
421 06
305 30
2 50
833 6D
53,040 00
50,823 62
2,216 38
100 00
1,500 00
250 00
62 92
1,466 66
150 41
37 08
33 34
99 59
1,850 00
1,679 99
170 01
48 50
18 00
725 00
48 50
725 00
18 00
791 50
773 50
18 00
4,000 00
30 97
3,942 73
30 97
57 23
4,030 97
3,973 70
57 23
1,000 00
200 00
100 00
200 00
200 00
200 00
100 00
250 00
200 00
650 00
1,000 00
500 00
500 00
5,000 00
160 00
650 00
1,050 00
1,800 00
5,900 00
313 00
750 00
600 00
525 00
150 00
150 00
100 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
25 00
75 00
500 00
500 00
1,021 16
187 92
96 25
30 30
195 70
200 00
87 00
248 98
65 25
86 08
1,000 00
499 97
409 84
5,000 00
155 43
465 00
970 89
1,866 71
5,898 03
313 00
747 00
21 16
12 08
3 75
169 70
4 30
13 00
1 02
134 75
563 92
0 03
90 16
4 57
185 00
79 11
66 71
1 97
3 00
600 00
38 00
40 66
487 00
109 34
150 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
60 00
50 00
25 50
75 00
477 00
345 00
0 50
23 00
155 00
8 23,498 00
21,313 35
2,273 02
88 37 47 Vic       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
81
No.
of
Vote.
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
117
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
133a
133b
1330
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
42V.C.20
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
161
152
153
154
156
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
SERVICE.
Government House,  Victoria.
Repairs to Building	
Furniture	
Fencing	
Water	
Fuel and Light	
Improving Grounds	
Gardener	
Miscellaneous	
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.
Victoria District	
Esquimalt District	
Victoria and Esquimalt District, Bridge Repairs .
Bridge at the Gorge	
Cowichan District	
Nanaimo District	
Comox District, includiug Denman Island	
Comox Wharf, Repairs	
New Westminster District	
Trunk Road, Ladner's to Hope	
Coquitlam River Bridge	
Yale District	
LillooetDistrict	
Cariboo District	
Kootenay District	
Cassiar District	
Omineca Trail	
Ross Bay Road	
Main Trunk Road	
In aid of Savona Ferry	
In aid of Lillooet Ferry	
Skeena River to Omineca	
Surveys.
Surveys throughout the Province ...
Graving Dock, Esquimalt.
Graving Dock, Construction	
Kinipple & Morris, Resident Engineer's Salary.
InspectorofConcretes -	
Insurance	
Storage....:	
Miscellaneous	
Contract No. 3.
XIII.—Miscellaneous.
Advertising	
Stationery	
Postage	
Telegrams	
Fuel and Light	
Library, Legislative and Departmental	
Refunds	
Premium on Guarantee Bonds	
Allowance to Officer, Kootenay, for horse hire, travelling ex. 's,&c.
Fire Department, Victoria	
Do, Nanaimo	
Do. New Westminster	
Do. Cariboo	
Do. Yale	
Reporting Judges' Decisions	
Agricultural Societies	
Telephone Service	
Explorations	
British Columbia Agricultural Association	
Miscellaneous not detailed in Estimates	
Reception of Governor-General	
Remuneration to Commissioners on Kootenay Commission	
Expenses for care of small-pox patients quarantined, Seabird Isl.
J. Rodello, bounty for destruction of Wolves and Panthers, 1878
Immigration- Cost of pamphlet and maps, agents salaries, &c.
Counsel employed in Canada re Thrasher case	
Total
Appropriation
Voted
Supply Bills
45 & 46 Vic.
8  1,550 00
3,400 00
75 00
550 00
1,000 00
475 00
600 00
400 00
8,050 00
4,300 00
2,800 00
650 00
1.150 00
2,300 00
4,300 00
1,600 00
500 00
6,500 00
1,050 00
1,600 00
5,000 00
4,500 00
5,000 00
1,750 00
2,500 00
750 00
350 00
52,000 00
1,476 00
800 00
480 00
101,356 00
210,313 00
2,187 00
1,080 00
360 00
960 00
700 00
215,600 00
2,450 00
1,800 00
1.600 00
900 00
1,900 00
250 00
1,100 00
500 00
200 00
1,500 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
600 00
250 00
500 00
238 00
1,500 00
1,000 00
3,500 00
1,539 35
750 00
400 00
715 00
3,850 00
760 00
29,192 35
Total
Expenditure.
8 1,418 24
3,339 89
75 00
556 40
915 17
379 98
600 00
335 80
7,620 48
4,240 13
2,S35 46
602 79
1,196 00
2,278 59
4,298 45
1,446 71
440 12
6,259 34
1,034 88
1,600 00
4,899 14
4,443 20
5,000 03
1,775 41
1,702 27
585 50
360 00
64,517 30
1,475 88
797 57
480 00
112,258 77
47,282 25
2,187 00
664 75
'702'9l'
50,836 91
80,690 33
2,574 75
2,138 86
1,606 69
1,197 66
1,852 15
303 00
606 78
454 50
200 00
1,500 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
238 65
1,442 81
1,000 00
3,397 58
1,534 75
750 00
400 00
715 00
2,869 85
750 00
28,032 93
Unexpended
8 131 76
60 11
59 87
47 a
21 41
1 55
153 29
59 88
240 66
15 12
100 86
797 73
164 50
0 12
2 43
43 89
47 85
493 22
45 50
250 00
102 42
4 60
6 40
64 20
435 92
6 40
1,980 93
Over-
expended.
35 46
'4606'
0 03
25 41
12,517 ;
163,030 75
1,080 00
304 75
960 00
2 91
165,070 75
307 66
124 75
338 86
6 59
297 66
53 "W
0 65 82
Public Accounts, 1st July 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
UNPROVIDED   ITEMS.
IN EXPENDITURE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED 30th JUNE, 1883.
0-*-	
STATEMENT of Services whose Expenditures have exceeded their appropriation, from
1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883, and for which over-expenditure the sanction of
Parliament is required.
SERVICE.
II.—Civil Government (Salaries).
Provincial Secretary's Departments—Printing Branch.
Land Registry Office	
III.—Administration of Justice (Salaries).
Police and Gaols, Victoria  	
IV.—Legislation.
Indemnity to Members.
Contingent Fund   	
-Public Institution's (Maintenance).
Printing Office, Victoria	
VI.—Hospitals and Charities.
In aid of destitute poor and sick   	
VII.—Administration op Justice (other than Salaries).
Expenses of Inquests	
Keep of Prisoners 	
Special Constables	
Transport of Prisoners and Constables	
Miscellaneous 	
XII.—Public Works.
Works and Buildings.
Repairs to Government Buildings and Fences, Victoria.
Insurance on Government Buildings  	
Public School, Lillooet	
Government House, Victoria.
Water	
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.
Esquimalt District	
Bridge at the Gorge 	
Cariboo District 	
Kootenay District 	
Main Trunk Road 	
Graving Dock, Esquimalt.
Insurance, 8304.75; Miscellaneous, 82.91 .
XIII.-
-Miscellaneous.
Advertising	
Stationery	
Postage	
Telegrams	
Library, Legislative and Departmental
Telephone Service	
Total.
AMOUNT.
45 33
40 00
90 00
40 30
228 05
1,375 02
675 00
2,152 71
19 72
21 16
66 71
0 50
35 46
46 00
0 03
25 41
12,517 30
124 76
838 86
6 59
297 66
53 00
0 65
TOTAL.
8   85 33
9 96
130 30
4 46
55 89
88 37
6 40
12,624 20
807 66
■Audit Office,
10th November, 1883.
J. McB, SMITH,
Auditor. 47 Vic.      Public Accounts, 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883.
83
LAPSED   BALANCES  OF  APPROPRIATIONS
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED 30th JUNE, 1883.
STATEMENT of Balances of Appropriations at the credit of the following Services, for
the Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1883, which lapsed by authority of Act 46 Vic,
chap, 31, sec. 2.
SERVICE.
Balances.
Total.
I.—Public Debt.
$ 4,114 16
401 23
546 74
16 56
$ 5,078 69
II.—Civil Government (Salaries).
14 17
21 00
926 67
961 84
III.—Administration of Justice (Salaries).
0 08
120 00
877 43
108 38
0 08
1,105 97
IV.—Legislation.
110 50
2 50
27 25
102 25
242 50
V.—Public Institutions (Maintenance).
0 23
837 49
837 72
VI.—Hospitals and Charities.
146 63
12 01
168 64
VII,—Administration of Justice (other than Salaries).
2,282 50
215 25
300 00
500 00
6 60
3,304 35
VIII.—Education.
90 13
0 58
133 42
19 35
134 73
41 24
217 53
16 85
421 06
305 30
2 50
833 69
2,216 38
IX.—Transport.
37 08
33 34
99 59
170 01
18 00
X.—Rent.
XI.—Revenue Services.
57 23
14,151 83 84
Public Accounts, 1st JuLy, 1882, to 30 th June, 1883.
SERVICE.
Brought forward.
LAPSED BALANCES.—Concluded.
XII.—Public Works.
Works and Buildings.
Repairs to Government Buildings and Fences, New Westminster .
Do. do. Nanaimo	
Do. do. Yale District	
Do. do. Cariboo District..,
Do. do. Cassiar	
Do. do. Lillooet District...
Repairs to Asylum for the Insane, New Westminster	
Victoria Gaol	
Fencing' Hospital Grounds, Nanaimo 	
Improvement, Government Reserves	
Boat-house, Nanaimo	
Fencing, &c, School Reserve, Victoria	
Furniture, Government Offices 	
Public Schools, Victoria .
Maple Ridge	
Lytton	
Surrey	
Chilliwhack	
Prairie	
South Cowichan  	
Clinton	
Repairs to Nanaimo School, Fencing
Public School, New Westminster	
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Government House, Victoria.
Repairs to Building	
Furniture	
Fuel and Light	
Improving Grounds   	
Miscellaneous 	
Roads, Streets, Bndges, and Wharves.
Victoria District	
Victoria and Esquimalt Districts, Bridge Repairs
Cowichan District 	
Nanaimo District   	
Comox District, including Denman Island '
Comox Wharf, Repairs	
New Westminster District 	
Trunk Road, Ladner's to Hope	
Yale District	
Lillooet District 	
Cassiar District	
Omineca Trail	
In aid of Savona Ferry	
In aid of Lillooet Ferry	
Surveys.
Surveys throughout the Province.
Graving Dock, Esquimalt
Graving Dock construction.
Inspector of Concretes	
Storage 	
XIII.—Miscellaneous.
Fuel and Light	
Refunds	
Premium on Guarantee Bonds 	
Reporting Judges' decisions	
Explorations	
Miscellaneous not detailed in Estimates	
Reception of Governor-General	
Immigration—Cost of pamphlet and maps, agents' salaries, &c..
Total .
Balances.
12 08
3 75
169 70
4 30
13 00
1 02
134 75
563 92
0 03
90 16
4 57
185 00
79 11
1 97
3 00
600 00
38 00
40 66
50 00
50 00
50 00
23 00
155 00
131 76
60 11
84 83
95 02
64 20
59 87
47 21
21 41
1 55
153 29
59 88
240 66
15 12
100 86
56 80
797 73
164 50
0 12
2 43
Total.
S 14,151 33
2,273 02
435 92
1,721 43
43 89
163,030 75
1,080 00
960 00
165,070 75
47 85
493 22
45 50
250 00
67 19
102 42
4 60
980 15
1,980 93
185,677 27
Audit Office,
10th November, 1883.
J. McB. Smith,
Auditor,

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