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 British  Columbia.
STATEMENT  OF  EXPENDITURE
AS
BROUGHT TO ACCOUNT AT THE TREASURY,
FROM
1st July to 31st December, 1879,
TOGETHER  WITH
RETURNS  OF  REVENUE
FOR  THE   SAME  PERIOD.
4
VICTORIA: Printed by Richard WoLraNDBN, Government Printer,
at the Government Printing Offioe, James' Bay.
1880.  43 Vic. Public Accounts, 1st July to 81st December, 1879. 37*
To the Honourable A. N. Eichards, Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British
Columbia.
May it please Your Honour:
The undersigned has the honour to submit Statements, in detail, of the Eevenue
and Expenditure of the Province, as brought to account at the Treasury, from 1st July
to 31st December, 1879.
Eespectfully submitted.
EOBEET BEAVEN,
Minister of Finance.
Treasury Department,
Victoria, 20th January, 1880.  43 Vic. Public Accounts, 1st July to 31st December, 1879. 39
Audit Office, Treasury,
20th January, 1880.
To the Honourable Robert Beaven,
Minister of Finance.
The undersigned lias the honour to present to you the Public Accounts, as brought
to account at the Treasury, for the half-year ending 31st December, 1879.
Eespectfully submitted.
J. McB, SMITH,
Auditor. 40
Tse Treasurer in Account Current with the Province of British Columbia, for the Half-Year ending 31st December, 1879.
Heaps of Receipts.
Dominion of Canada:—
Half-yearly payment of Interest, at 5 per Cent., on $501,871 24 $ 12,546. 78
Do. do. Subsidy     17,500 00
Do. do. Grant per capita      24,000 00
Do. do. for Lands to be conveyed in trust     50,000 00
Land Sales	
Land Revenue 5	
Rents (exclusive of Land)	
Rents (Pastoral Leases) ._	
Rents (Ferries)	
Rents (Timber Leases)	
Free Miners' Certificates	
Mining Receipts, General	
Licences ■
Fines, Forfeitures, and Fees	
Fees of Offiee -	
Assay Fe%s	
Sale of Government Property	
Reimbursements in aid . - *. *	
Miscellaneous Receipts -	
Sale of School Books i	
Marriage Licences	
Road Tolls	
Arrears, Real Estate Tax (1 per cent.) 1865-66	
School Tax	
Real Property Tax , *	
Personal Property Tax	
Income Tax	
Wild Land Tax •	
Delinquency on Taxes - «	
Printing Office Receipts - «	
Supreme Court Fees *	
County Court Fees *	
Registry Fees -	
Immigration Refunds <	
Sale of Consolidated Statutes j	
Interest	
Survey Fees -	
Guarantee Premium Refunds <	
Revenue Service Refunds	
Road Tax f.	
2£ per cent. Commission on Tax Sales I	
Sumass Dyking scheme, Refunds .'	
Assessment Act Suspense Account	
Total Receipts of Revenue	
Personal Accounts.
Deposits	
Advances to Heads of Departments	
Account Current, Bank of British Columbia	
Remittances between Chests	
Dominion Savings Bank  t	
Interest on Investment of Sinking Fund, Loan 1877	
B. C. Loan Trustees, 1877 (Exchange transferred to Premium and Exchange Account)
Public Debt Sinking Fund, 1877 (Brokerage   do.    Discount and Commission   do.   )
C. Phair, Collector, Lillooet	
J. C. Haynes, Collector, Osoyoos	
T. McE. Lambly, Collector, Okanagan	
Cash in hands of Deputy Treasurer, 1st July, 1879	
Do. J. C. Hughes, New Westminster, do. 	
Do. W. Fernie,     Kootenay, do. 	
Do. J. Bowron,     Cariboo, do. 	
Do. W. Teague,    Yale, do. 	
Do. J. Ussher,      Kamloops, do. 	
Do. M. O'Connor, Clinton, do. 	
Do. E. G. Prior,    Nanaimo, do. 	
Do. A. W. Vowell, Cassiar, do. 	
Amounts.
104,046
13,421
1,545
352
25
50
869
4,505
2,325
10,982
1,405
30
418
390
188
2
57
240
21,634
46
5,409
2,051
1,523
345
484
1,001
218
939
783
2,608
126
5
174
482
29
88
27
2
1,300
138
78
31
00
50
56
00
14
00'
00
69
00
25
50
05
65
16
29
00
40
25
00
47
98
58
65
37
38
45
25
25
30
00
34
50
55
23
37
00
00
00
$ 180,274 20
1,068 29
1,646 00
153,212 46
4,715 43
9,000 00
503 39
112 50
76 38
349 75
119 62
251 25
3,435 40
6,628 00
367 55
2,953 06
7,061 53
679 69
1,742 22
3,737 79
3,788 67
$ 381,723 18
Heads of Expenditure.
Public Debt :—
Interest $ 24,117 50
British Columbia Loan, 1877, Trustees' account, Sinking Fund ....     7,275 00
Premium and Exchange         472 50
Discount and Commission         351 71
Civil Government, Salaries	
Administration of Justice, Salaries	
Legislation	
Public Institutions (maintenance):—
Assay Office     $   388 24
Printing Office  76 52
Lunatic Asylum      2,018 21
Hospitals and Charities	
Administration of Justice, other than Salaries	
Education	
Transport	
Rent  	
Revenue Services	
Public Works:—
Works and Buildings   $ 6,409 69
Roads, Streets, and Bridges     50,673 24
Surveys .  56 00
Do.    Sumass Dyking Scheme      1,146 64
Graving Dock       2,401 68
Do. ContractNo.l       6,340 78
Do. Construction  78 45
Miscellaneous Expenditure	
Amounts.
Total Expenditure	
Personal Accounts.
Deposits repaid 	
Account Current, Bank of British Columbia	
Remittances between Chests	
British Columbia Loan Trustees, 1877 (accrued Interest on Sinking Fund)
Bank of British Columbia (special deposit) ,
Dominion Savings Bank	
C. Phair, Collector, Lillooet 	
J. C. Haynes, Collector, Osoyoos	
C. Todd, Superintendent of Police	
J. C. Prevost, Registrar of Supreme Court	
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works	
Attorney-General	
Cash in hands of Deputy Treasurer, 31st December, 1879..
Do. J. C. Hughes, New Westminster, do.
Do. W. Fernie,      Kootenay, do.
Do. J. Bowron,     Cariboo, do.
Do. W. Teague,     Yale, do.
Do. G. C. Tunstall, Kamloops, do.
Do. M. O'Connor,   Clinton, do.
Do. E. G. Prior,     Nanaimo, do.
Do. A. W. Vowell, Cassiar, do.
32,216 71
17,720 03
13,170 45
917 00
2,482 97
6,489 76
11,649 50
20,707 21
1,092 47
24 25
3,161 68
67,106 57
6,863 37
$ 183,601 97
304 89
144,788 46
1,042 49
503 39
20,000 00
10,000 00
350 00
95 00
5,150 00
500 00
600 00
700 00
797 17
5,752 43
249 72
158 32
177 24
337 56
1,290 18
1,079 85
4,244 51
$ 381,723 18
Examined and found correct,
J. MoB. Smith,
Auditor.
Jas. Judson Young, .
Deputy Treasurer. 40a
JRBTUEN Otf REVENUE Collected and Brought to Account at Treasury for period from 1st July to 31st December, 1879.
Heads of Receipt.
Received
from
sundry
sources
at
Treasury.
104,046 78
Victoria
City.
Victoria
District.
Esquimalt
District.
Cowichan
District.
Nanaimo
District.
Comox
District.
New Westminster
District.
Yale District.
Lillooet District.
Kootenay
District.
Cariboo
District.
Cassiar
District.
Skeena..
Yale.
Lytton.
Osoyoos
and
RockC'k
Nicola.
Kamloops.
Okanagan.
Lillooet.
Clinton.
Total.
Dominion of Canada:—
6 months' interest at 5 per cent, on $501,871 24 $12,546 78
Half-yearly Subsidy   17,500 00
Do.       Grant per capita    24,000 00
Do.       Payment for lands to be conveyed..  50,000 00
104,046 78
13,421 31
1,545 00
352 50
264 25
20 00
110 00
2,333 50
11 00
419 00
4 00
328 59
4,442 56
20 00
4 00
582 25
154 50
1,007 40
2,308 50
10 00
1,041 25
12 00
140 00
193 25
5 00
40 00
72 50
350 76
357 50
155 00
474 00
53 50
404 50
50 00
50 00
25 56
25 56
66 32
802 82
55 00
869 14
70 00
7 50
75 00
52 50
1,082 50
43 50
1 50
45 00
37 50
380 00
10 00
110 00
30 00
115 00
80 00
215 00
5 25
40 00
22 50
510 00
155 00 2,200 00
32 50 1,042 50
• 7Q5 no 1 510 00
1,630 00
1,015 00
2,452 50
288 00
13*0 00
76 50
4,505 00
5 00
90 00
2,325 00
10,982 69
1,405 00
3J 25
2,070 00
525 00
27 50
60 00
10 00
315 00
35 00
625 00
281 50
1 00
230 00
125 25
517 69
15 00
0 25
41 i 50
390 05
188 65
2 16
57 29
418 50
39 J 05
183 65
2 16
bl 29
115 00
10 00
80 00
15 00
10 00
13,993 55
10 00
240 00
Road Tolls  	
121 25
7,519 60
21,634 40
Arrears, Real Estate Tax, 1875-76   	
28 63
795 00
15 75
114 00
375 15
282 08
1 87
90 00
46 25
School Tax	
162 00
183 93
11 00
168 00
82 83
49 63
297 00
441 00
74 23
7 60
12 0
95 25
93 83
24 66
24 50
22 00
339 00
282 89
214 64
39 00
23 03
88 00
156 00
70 51
69 66
501 00
S79. dd
345 00
162 78
148 44
9 00
1,278 00        420 00
22 74            0 50
71 20          24 00
231 00
5,409 00
2,051 47
1,523 98
345 58
Real Property Tax  	
115 221     9fi0 79.
Personal Property Tax   	
70 20
321 08
8 40
7 50
8 00
21 29
30 15
5 00
26 00
48 56
63 00
49A QS
Wild Land Tax	
146 80
138 54
40 20
38 50
6 90
10 00
64 00
1   50
59 00
170 24
484 65
181 32
89 89       14 57
10 37
47 77
2 25
170 87            0 37
1,001 37
133 00
75 00
1 03
0 97
2 00
218 38
937 05
218 38
2 40
225 75
21  50
939 45
426 75
2,322 55
6 00
22 50
83 50
30 50
41 25
12 75
783 25
12 00
166 45
10 00
2,608 25
126 30
12 92
126 30
2 71
2 58
20 60
13 00
2 93
21 24
0 37
7 43
3 96
2 15
75 70
5 90
2 50
5 00
16 20
6 22
27 21
44 95
174 34
88 23
40 00
29 55
1,300 00
.5 00
437 50
482 50
	
29 55
Sumass Dyking Scheme	
1,300 00
	
5 00
27 37
	
27 37
x
§
107,959 13
6,888 32
1,461 20
1,003 48
2,843 96
1,686 17
1,061 17
7,125 56
16,104 67
1,315 93
1,102 40
150 03
3,327 78
2,559 17
609 25
1,793 66
1,156 47
7,923 88   1,3764 47
437 50
180,274 20
Audit Office,
20th January\
James McB. Smith,
1880,
Auditor* 43 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July to 31st December, 1879.
41
EXPENDITURE
From 1st July to 31st December, 1879.
Page.
43
43,44
44, 45
45
46,47
47
48 to 53
64 to 56
56,57
67
58
58a to 68M
68m to 58P
I.—Public Debt	
II.—Civil Government (Salaries)	
III.—Administration of Justice (Salaries)	
IV.—Legislation	
V.—Public Institutions (Maintenance)   	
VI.—Hospitals.and Charities	
VII.—Administration of Justice (other than Salaries) .
VIII.—Education	
IX.—Transport	
X.—Kent	
XI.—Revenue Services	
XII.—Public Works :	
XIIL—Miscellaneous Expenditure	
Total.
Arrears,
1878.
8  cts.
255 75
48 25
911 58
1,220 68
$  cts.
32,216 71
17,720 03
13,170 45
917 00
2,482 97
6,489 76
11,649 50
20,707 21
1,092 47
24 25
3,161 68
67,106 57
6,863 37
183,601 97  43 Vic.     = a I^B^tr Accounts; fsi "July m 31feTi:©«ioEMB»B,r1879.
48   43
"J:-. S'JPATESCENT) showing th#-iBayiaeTits: mfetterii'dm the Provincial Treasury, on account
oi of ih&Erovmcetcf Emtisli-iC&liiinbia, durihgthe Six Months ended1SlstcDecember,
187&879.
TO V.TO"-WHOM>*AB).
Bank of British Columbia
Do.
' •     Various persons .....
- Bank of British Columbia
I
: Bank of British Columbia
I
Do.
fob woITwhat.* Service.
VO' . V&TB NOi' li^lBTEREST.
6nionthB'Interest-at 6per-cenfc-on fflafffioa, -"-loan Act,. 1877"-.
Do. • 3 „ - ' ^ 20,000 : Sir 1874.
Do.     >'        H       „     - ■. -045,500 ■'■      do.1'    1878,
•' ■ - ■ Vdrf-Htf. 2.^Siski«« Fund.
1 per cent, on $787,600, "kioa&'Mi',-ISn"..-.-... .-.mn-...■.-.-.-..
— -  VOTE NO. 3.—PREMIUM-AND EXCHANSE.
Loan
Exchange on drafts in payment of Interest and Sinking. Fund,
Act, 1877," £6,000 at $4.91 per £ sterling ..,	
Exchange^ on draft in payment of Sinking Fund, "Loan Act','i 1877/
remitted to London 9th Nov.i 1877L(now transferred-frOm Trustees'
account, "Loan Act,; 187-7"}■.•.-.•.-.-.-.•. v-.>-.-. v.-.-.-.-. •.-.-.
Arrears,
1878. «
its.*   cts.
Vote No. 4~-Discount and Commissiok.
Bank of BtitisB Columbia
'-' ■     Do.
Oo.    Do.
Bo'    Do.
'-W'.-'lii Boyle-.■,
- T.:Luscombe-
- "-'". Hon. T. B. Humphreys.
:• T. Elwvn,,;.:„.•;]....
^D./Deasy..-.,.-...,..:.:
1877,
1 per cent, commission; for' paying half-year's interest on Loan
£4,500 = £45 at $5;.. :::.....:.•.•..-...,........._....,..,... j....
8 days' discount at-2pervceht. perannum, on draft for £5,855 li|. 4d.
"Loan-Act, 1S77-"::....; .;..•......:■.....;... .............j	
| per cent, commission ori£l,500for guaranteeing SinkingFuhd;TLoan
AOt, 1877".. ::::..::..;:..;..;..........;...........••■••■I	
Brokerage paid in London on investments for Sinking Fund; "Loan
--;   Act, 1877," (now transferred-from Sinking Fund account)
H - -Ilii^ivitGOtBRNMErTT (SALARIES).
1::    Vote-No. 6.^LrfeDtBNANT-G6vESN{)ft'«Oeeice.
Private Secretary, 1st-Juiy-to 31st (December, -1879; @* $76 pei* Jnonth
Messenger and Garderier, do.      '■■-•     do. 41.66 Qjtfj
Vote No; 7.—Provincial Secretary & Minister'of-Mines.
I|
"ro-
:'R. Wolfenden .
G. Williams ..-.
H. Butler •:.-.-.:
G. Jenkinson :.
•RrHolloway.v.
Hon. R. Beaven-.-. J.
J: J. Young■:::;....
J. J. Austin :::::.]:
J. McB.'Smith:.-.■.• J;
t;H. Williams-.:..!.
Hon. &„A.
won.
.   Hon. G. A. Walkem
1   W.S. Gore .••■■
F. G. Richards, Jr.J.
T. H.Williams;...].
J. J. Austin:. ...J.
E. Harrison, Jr.
41
Provincial Secretary, 1st July to 31st becember,y.879, '(§ $250-per aonth
Deputy Provincial Secretary, do.     ~     do. -      .,12a
Messenger -^     do.     °-     do. ■' --'-u  72.50
1        Printing Branch.
Superintendent, :ist July to 31st December, l1879, @' Siropermonth
Printer, "■     do. =      do. ;       90
Do. |°-     do. ;■     do. -'•'      90
Assistant Printer,-., .do.       -    '?._., do. :;       26
Sessional Printer,-8th to-Slst December, 1879, : '       80
''-'■•'   V<)TE NO. 8.'--iTREASDRY.
Minister of Finance & Agricul,; 1st Julyte 31st Dec!, @$250:perip.onth
Deputy Treasurer, -     , do.    c0'     do. -   .,     150
Acting Auditor, 1st. July to 31st October,, :      140
Auditor   . 1st November to 31st December,   '. ;i     140
Assistant (temporary), do. do. lw     100
Vote No.'g.—LANbs and Works Department.
Chief Commissioner, lst~July to 31st December, 1879, @ $250 per iionth
Surveyor-General, -"      do. /■      ' "'.;'•     do. 150
Draughtsman,     , do. , '     do. 125
Clerk of Records (acting), 1st July to 31st October,'" ,     100
Do. "        1st November to 30th Noveni. 110
1   B Vote No. 10.—Attorney-GeNerae*s Department.
Solicitor, 1st'June to 31st December, 1879,      ® v-50<i $150'per^ionth
c-s-:■■Cartieaforuiatd............::.:.
ts I  cts.
cts.
21,825 00
' 700 00
1,592 50
/l.j
160 00
50 |112 50
St
:!225 00
: 12 83
> 37 50
5 76 38
'-'-MO 00
-   249 96
/ [24,117 60
C7.275 00
1 472 50
351 71
!,216 71
■  -1,'500 00
'■' mo oo
435 00
I	
900 00
-540 00
ji'540 00
' 150 00
" "i 61 93
- J.B00 00
1 ^1900 00
1560 00
: 1280 00
; iaoQ oo
.'1^500 00
:•: |900 00
. I 760 00
:' 400 00
110.00
-2,685 00
'2,191 93
! ~&,MO 00
'3,660 00
°S,060 00
13,726 89 44
Public Accounts, 1st July to 31st Decembeb, 1879.
1879
TO WHOM PAID.
H. B. W. Aikman
R. F. Tolmie	
E.Leigh	
S. Roberts	
R. H. Pidoook ...
J. Morley	
A. Mouatt	
T. R. Mclnnes ...
J. Phillips	
A. Cummings ...
J. Maguire	
H. Young	
C. Digby	
B. Dooling	
Flora Ross	
J. Stephens 	
Indian Mary	
A. C. McKenzie..
R. Jones	
G. Jenkinson	
W. V. Brown ....
T. H. Giffln	
E.
1 per month
Registrar of Titles, 1st July to 31st Decern., 1879, @ $166.f
Clerk, do. do. 50
Vote No. 13.—Registration of Voters.
Collector of Voters for Victoria City and Esquimalt District, 1st July to
30th November, 1879   @ $12.50 per month
Collector of Voters Victoria Dist., 1st Jan. to 31 Dec,     8.33
Do. Comox, 1st Jan. to 30 June
Do. Cowichan,       1st Jan. to 24 Aug.
Assayer, 1st July to 30th November, 1879J @ $100 per month
Vote No. 15.—Lunatic Asylum.
Medical Officer, 1st July to 31st August, 1879,
Superintendent, do. do.
Keeper, do. do.
Do. do. do.
Do. do. do.
Do. do. do.
Do. do. do.
Matron, do. do.
Cook, do. do.
Washer do. do.
C. Prevost ...
Evans	
V. Edmonds
Byrnes	
Leigh	
Todd	
Robson 	
H. Huteheson
H. Giffin  ....
Truran	
W Rogers	
Hussey	
Murray	
D. Ford	
S. Helmcken.
D. Campbell .
C. Hughes ...
Moresby ....
Green	
McNamara ..
, Edwards....
N. Trew	
FOR WHAT SERVICE,
Brought forward.
II.—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Concluded.
Vote No. 11.—Registrar-General.
4.16
6.25
Vote No. 14.—Assay Office.
<a $33.33 per month
75
50
45
46
40
45
50
30
10
Vote No. 16.—Revenue Services.
Assessor and Collector, Victoria City, Victoria and Esquimalt Districts,
1st July to 31st August, 1879 @ $100 per month
Do. do. do., 1 Sep. to 31 Dec. 100 „
Toll Collector, Cassiar, 29th April to 30th June, 1879,      100 „
Do. do.,    12th August to 30th September   125        „
Do. do.,    1st to 31st October 100        „
III.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (SALARIES).
Vote No. 17.—Supreme Court.
Registrar, 1st July to 31st December, 1879,
Usher, do.      30th November
@ S125 per month
50        „
Sheriff, New Westminser, 1st July to 30th Septr.,  @ $41.66 per month
Sheriff, Cariboo, do. do.  .        41.66
Vote No. 18.—Sheriffs.
eptt
do. do.
Vote No. 19.—County Court.
Registrar, 1st July to 30th November, 1879, @ $75 per month
Vote No. 20.—Police and Gaols, Victoria.
Superintendent of Police, 1 July to 30 Novr., 1879, @ $58.33 per month
Gaoler,
do.
31st Deer.
100
Assistant Gaoler,
do.
do.
76
Do.
do.
15th Septr.
60
Senior Convict Guard,
do.
31st Deer.
80
3uard,
do.
30th Novr.
60
Do.
do.
31st Deer.
60
Do.
do.
do.
60
Do.
15th Sept.   do.
60
Medical Officer,
1st July
do.
33.33
Arrears,
1878.
$   cts.
Vote No. 21.—Police and Gaols, Esquimalt.
Constable, 1st July to 30th November, 1879, @ $60 per month
Vote No. 22.—Police and Gaols, New Westminster.
Government Agent, 1st July to 31st August, 1879, @ §133.33 per month
Gaoler, do. do. 100 „
Assistant Gaoler, do. do. 76 ,,
Senior Convict Guard,    do. do. 80 ,,
Convict Guard, do. do. 60 „
Medical Officer, do. do. 83.88     „
Carried forward	
$ cts.
62 50
100 00
25 00
48 60
66 66
150 00
100 00
90 00
90 00
80 00
90 00
100 00
60 00
20 00
200 00
400 00
203 42
207 00
100 00
750 00
250 00
125 00
124 98
291 65
600 00
456 00
150 00
480 00
300 00
360 00
360 00
210 00
200 00
200 00
152 00
160 00
120 00 43 Vic
Public Accounts, 1st July to 31st December, 1879.
45
TO WHOM PAID.
J. Miller.
W. Fernie.
J. Bowron	
J. Lindsay	
S. Archer	
W. Stephenson .
J. B. McLain ...
J. L. Crimp	
R. Pool	
Jas. Normansell .
Felix Martin	
B. Johnson	
E. H. Bovill	
Indian "Tommy"
W. Teague	
Matt. Launder.
T. Mitchell....
J. Ussher.
Wm. Livingstone.
E. G. Prior.
W. Stewart
S. Drake ...
Victoria Standard	
Indians, "Jim" & 2 others
Thos. Cole	
B. Gillis...	
James Stone	
Henry Yeates	
Charles Townes	
Gavin Hamilton	
Alexander Lindsay	
W. T. Milross	
Frederick Littler	
Do	
John R. Bell	
A. D. Mclnnes	
Do	
John Mclnnes	
William Meller	
Charles Wilson	
J. C. Brown	
D. H. McMillan	
B. C. Express Company .
Do. do.
Indians, "Nias"&"Pat"
J. Parsons	
Thomas Fletcher
R. T. Williams.".
Do.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward	
HI.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (SALARIES).—Concluded.
Vote No. 23.—Police and Gaols, New Westminster District.
Constable, Burrard Inlet, 1st July to 30th Sept., 1879, @ $60 per month
Vote No. 24.—Police and Gaols, Kootenay.
Government Agent, 1st July to 31st October, 1879, @ $117 per month..
Vote No. 25.—Police and Gaols, Cariboo.
Government Agent, 1st July to 30th November, 1879, @ $142 per month
Chief Constable and Collector, do. 125      „
Constable & Collector, Lightning Ck.,    do. 100      „
Do. do.        Forks Quesnelle, do. 125      ,,
Messenger, 1st July to 80th September, 1879, 10      „
Vote No. 26.—Police and Gaols, Cassiar.
Recorder, Laketon, 1st July to 30th September, 1879, @$125 per month
Do.    McDames Ck., 1st June to 31st July, 125      „
Special Constable (under special Warrant) 25 days® $4 per diem ...
Do. do. do.      19   „        4      „
Do. do. do.        6   „        4      	
Do. do. do.      19   ,,        5      „
Messenger, and cutting wood	
Vote No. 27.—Police and Gaols, Yale.
Government Agent, 1st July to 30th November, 1879, @ $100 per month
Assistant Toll Collector, 1st July to 31st August, 10      „
Do. 1st Sept. to 30th Nov., 10      „
Vote No. 28.—Police and Gaols, Kamloops.
Government Agent, 1st July to 30th November, 1879, @ $100 per month
Vote No. 28a.—Police and Gaols, Clinton.
Constable, 1st to 31st August, 1879, @ $50 per month	
Vote No. 29.—Police and Gaols, Nanaimo.
Government Agent and Inspector of Mines, 1st July to 31st December,
1879 @ $150 per month
Constable and Gaoler, 1st July to 31st December, 1879       75      „
Convict Guard, do. do. 60      „
IV.-LEGISLATION.
Vote No. 33.—Expenses of Elections.
Advertising Election, Cariboo	
Journey from Nanaimo to Victoria with writ for Cariboo Election...
Poll Clerk at Keremeos Polling Division, at Election, 22nd May, 1878
Deputy Returning Officer at Quesnellemouth	
Poll Clerk at Quesnellemouth	
Holding Poll at Soda Creek	
Poll Clerk do	
Do.    150-mile house	
Presiding Officer at Stanley	
PollClerk do	
Conveying Ballot Boxes from Richfield to Keithley, and back	
Deputy Returning Officer at Harvey Creek	
Do. do. Keithley Creek	
Do. do. Alexandria Division	
Postage :	
Poll Clerk, Alexandria Division	
Packing Ballot Boxes to Barkerville and back	
Counting votes and taking minutes on Nomination and Election days
Printing and perforating 800 Ballot Papers	
Special messenger	
Detention of Express at 160-mile house, by order of Dep. Ret. Officer
Carrying Ballot Boxes and papers to various polling places	
Forwarding a Government document from Comox to Nanaimo	
Vote No. 84.—Contingent Fund.
Subscription to the Colonist	
Fixing desk locks, House of Assembly ,
Vote No. 36.—Journals and Statutes BiNiraa.
Binding 250 volumes of Journals, 1879	
Do.    260      do.       Sessional Papers, including folding of maps..
Carried forward	
Arrears,
1878.
$   cts.
5 00
5 00
$ cts.
710 00
625 00
500 00
625 00
30 00
375 00
250 00
100 00
76 00
24 00
95 00
4 50
500 00
20 00
SO 00
900 00
450 00
360 00
$ cts.
16 00
21 00
5 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
50 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
1 50
10 00
2 00
30 00
20 00
6 00
20 00
34 25
10 00
3 25
1 60
175 00
412 50
6,297 96
180 00
468 00
2,490 00
924 50
550 00
500 00
50 00
1,710 00
13,170 45
324 76
4 75 46
Public Accounts, 1st July to 31st December, 1879.
1879
TO whom paid.
Mason & Daly	
Devlin & Rodenbach ...
John Bibby	
Langley & Co...	
Hudson Bay Co..	
Devlin & Rodenbach ..,
C. P. O'Neill	
J. C. Devlin	
E. C. Neufelder	
G. Harris	
W. A. Franklin   	
A. Francis, U.S. Consul
Mrs. Deasy	
Rickman & Of ner	
P. McQuade & Son	
T. N. Hibben & Co	
E. Grancini	
Wells, Fargo & Co	
Miller & Richard	
Wells, Fargo & Co	
Cameron & Ross	
R, Dickinson	
McCleary Bros	
W. Harvey	
, A. McLean	
E. Atkins"	
J. Ibbotson	
H. Elliott	
A. M. Herring	
W. J. Jeffree	
W. Murray	
J. W. Hennessy	
Oliver Parent	
Str.'"Wilson G. Hunt'
Do. do.
Steamer " Olympia" .
Do. ^Enterprise"
Do. do.
James Houlahon	
G. Tuttle	
P. Arnaud	
H. B. Dart	
L. Hautier ,	
Wm. Mclntyre	
James Newland	
Mrs. E. Marshall	
John Saul	
David Lindsay	
Robert MeLeese	
P. C. Dunlevy	
Thos. Hamilton	
Brown & Gillis	
S. Downes	
John Fleming'	
Catherine Austin ....
B. C. Express Co	
Steamer Reliance	
H. Bonson	
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward.
V.—PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).
Vote No. 37.—Assay Office, Cariboo.
Charcoal and clay for furnace	
Charcoal and sundries 	
Spark catcher and sundries	
Assay furnace, complete ;	
Freight, drayage, and storage of furnace	
Charcoal	
Do	
Candles and copying ink	
Charcoal .-   —
Do ;	
Vote No. 38.—Printing Office, Victoria.
Carriage of Statutes from Printing Office to Victoria	
Consular certificate on two cases of type	
Washing towels (4 months)	
Coal oil, soap, and matches	
Oil, glue, tallow, and waste (6 months)	
Manilla wrapping paper	
4 brad-awls	
Freight on type from San Francisco	
Type	
Freight and charges on type from San Francisco	
Vote No. 39.—Lunatic Asylum, New Westminster.
Provisions.
Provisions, from 1st July to 31st December, 1879	
Meat and vegetables, June	
Do. do.        August and September	
Bread, June to September	
Milk, June and July	
Milk, August and September	
Fish, June to September	
Fuel
Coal and wood, June, July, and August	
Medicines.
Drugs, etc., June, July, and August	
Clothing.
Sundry clothing, June, July, August, and September	
Transport of Lunatics and Keepers.
Constable, removing lunatics to New Westminster	
Board and lodging for Constable Murray	
Do. do.       Superintendent of Police	
Fare of Superintendent of Police and Constable Murray	
Do.    Constable, removing W. Page to New Westminster	
Do. do.       and lunatic to New Westminster	
Do.    Superintendent of Police and 2 lunatics to New Westminster ..
Do.    Constable Bloomfield do. do.
Carriage hire from wharf to asylum	
Meals & bed for Constable Lindsay, in charge of lunatic, Cariboo to N. W.
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. 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.
Transport of                do.                     do. Barkerville to Yale, and bad?
Passage and meals      do.                     do. Yale to New Westr.,     do.
Conveyance of W, Page to the Asylum	
Carried forward.
Arrears,
1878.
$   cts.
cts.
5 00
80 00
21 50
29 00
62 50
24 12
57 00
12 50
4 25
80 50
16 87
1 50
2 60
4 00
4 00
10 27
2 75
76
2 15
40 50
8 10
698 57
115 69
178 90
240 15
41 65
54 60
27 20
7 50
2 EC
4 00
4 6C
6 50
4 75
5 00
5 25
1 00
6 00
2 50
3 50
3 50
3 00
2 00
0 00
3 50
6 00
1 5C
3 0C
3 00
4 EC
1 OC
1 00
3 0C
202 5C
20 0C
1 00 43 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July to 31st December, 1879.
47
TO WHOM PAID.
D. Withrow	
Telegraph Office ...
Postmaster	
John Jackson	
James Grange, M.D
John Chiop, M.D...
D. Withrow	
W. C. Ward (Treasurer)
James Morrison (Presid't)
Wm. Rennie (Secretary).
James Harvey (Treas.) .
John McCrimmon ..
K. McDonald	
Hon. W. J. Macdonald .
" Colonist" Office .
Fees to Jurors ....
Sundry Witnesses.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward ;..
V.—PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).—Concluded.
Vote No. 39.—Lunatic Asylum, New West'r.—Concluded.
Miscellaneous.
Expenses of three funerals	
Message to Barkerville	
Letter box, 1 year, to 1st July, 1880, and postage stamps 	
Kitchen-ware	
Certificates of lunacy and travelling' expenses in the case of Mrs. Shaw
Do.                                    do.                                    do.
Sundries, April to July	
VI.—HOSPITALS AND CHARITIES.
Vote No. 40.—Hospital, Victoria.
Grant in aid, 1st June to 30th November  	
Vote No. 41.—Hospital, New Westminster.
Grant in aid, 1st June to 1st September	
Vote No. 42.—Hospital, Cariboo.
Grant in aid, 1st July to 1st November  	
Vote No. 43.. .Hospital, Namaimo.
Grant in aid	
Vote No. 46.—In aid of Destitute Poor and Sick.
Attendance on Thomas Turner, 8 days	
Expenses allowed him, travelling from Victoria to California	
Grant in aid of destitute poor 	
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).
Vote No. 47.—Administration of Justice.
Swmmoning and paying Jurors and Witnesses.
Advertising Assize notice to Jurors ..
Juries—9 cases at Assizes, 10 sittings
Regina v. Ingram, fees for attendance.
Mrs. Evans	
Indian 	
J. H. King	
Sundry Witnesses ...
Witness	
A. Buler 	
Indian (" Kidwink") ....
Victoria " Standard"	
C. N. Trew	
Pons Arnaud	
L. J. Lewis	
Robert Pacey	
Pedro Vere 	
John Chipp, M.D	
James Grange, M.D	
R. R, McBeth ..:.
W. C. Riley....	
John Pickley	
W. Winterbottom	
Charles Paulson	
W. L. Jeffery	
D. Cluness, M.D	
W. Hosford	
Morris Moss	
Mrs Stokes,Indian woman
"Kitty-
Morris Moss	
"Susie" (Indian woman)
Chas. Millington	
L. Turner	
Fred. Lynch	
N. Fitz Stubbs 	
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Todd,
Ah Mow,
Bell,
Playfair,
J. Todd
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
and travelling expenses .
do.     Refreshments and lodging: for Jury	
do.    Witness, allowance and travelling expenses  	
Stark, witness fee	
Ah Pow,     do	
Steinberger, witness fee :	
Ingram, do.        	
Tom Anderson, do.        and travelling expenses	
Advertising- Court of Assize, Nanaimo and Clinton	
Attending Assize, New Westminster, Regina v. Good and Holden, 3 day
Hotel expenses of Attorney-General, at New Westminster Assize	
Regina v. Montgomery, allowance as witness, horse hire, board, &c. 9
do. do.
Montgomery & Scott, do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
Robinson and Scott, jury fees '.	
do. use of room and refreshments
Prior v. Dunsmuir, serving summons	
Do. Crown witness	
Regina v. Ah Son, Jury fees, Cassiar
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
do. 0
board and lodging....
3 davs	
1   ,	
0   ,.   and horse keep /
9   „ do.
Arrears,
1878.
S   cts.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Tom Anderson, board of 2 Indian witnesses
do. witness and mileage	
do. do. 	
do. do. 	
do. do. 	
Johnson, do. 	
do.      Jury fees	
do.      witness :	
Ah Son,      do	
Carried forward.
5 00
$   cts.
75 00
1 00
10 00
2 00
17 00
17 00
3 87
24 00
20 00
50 00
7 50
180 00
12 00
36 00
4 00
11 00
6 00
2 00
22 75
10 00
3 00
11 00
2 00
4 00
37 00
10 00
12 00
56 00
87 00
58 00
133 00
30 00
10 00
127 00
94 50
3 00
36 00
27 00
4 00
4 00
18 00
16 00
10 00
10 oo
18 0C
4 00
16 W
18 00
3 00
3 00
S  cts.
2,357 10
1,163 75
125 87
2,482 97
2,499 96
1,062 48
1,500 00
94 00
6,489 76 48
Public Accounts, 1st July to 31st December, 1879.
1879
TO WHOM PAID.
I FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
1878.
$   cts.
$  cts.
Brought forward.
5 00
VII.-
-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).—Continued.
Vote No. 47.—Administration of Justice.—Continued.
Summoning and paying Jurors and Witnesses.—Concluded.
Ben.]. B. Bullard	
AhMin	
Wong Pok Fook	
Chong Fook	
Isaac Saul	
Jeremiah Woods	
Henry Featherstone ..
John Currie	
Mrs. Marshall	
Ah Mook	
Mun Lee!	
Shute Mille	
Propelst	
Ah Sam	
John Taylor	
 — Behaskoot	
John Miller	
Jennie	
Jim Queen 	
Annie (Indian woman)
Tashpold	
Sketch (Indian)	
Jim Stichee 	
Joseph Beddart	
Jas. Birmingham	
Gabriel	
"Andrew" (a Chief)...
Shan	
David P. Leonard	
Wm. Wells	
A. Bullock	
Jas. Turnbull	
W. B. Kyle	
John Hendry	
P. Johnson	
Ah Look	
F. Eastman	
John Taylor	
B. D. Bullard	
J. W. Woods	
Jemmy (Indian)	
Billy Pesano	
Jim Queen	
Jin Stecher	
" Charley" (Indian) ...
John Patterson	
Elias Budwig	
E. Allan	
C Phair	
Indian " Jack"	
Joseph Haller	
Jim Sketch	
R. T. Ward	
A. B. Ferguson	
C. Phair	
B. C. Telegraph Co....
Henry Adams	
Rd. Bruin	
W. McNaughten Jones
James Wilks	
John Wren	
Wm. Purdy	
W. J. Jeflray	
L. R. Mclnnes	
Ah Sou	
C. P. Bloomfleld	
J. F. McCreight, Q.C. .
John Cameron	
J. J. Russell	
George Earle	
-— Shalton	
Chas. Spitzen	
Wm. McWha	
Yip South	
Tompkins Brew	
Yan (Chinaman)	
Serving subpoenas on witnesses, Lillooet	
Regina V. Wynchette, witness fees 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.
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.
Cary,
do.
Halliday,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
We Chung,
do.
do.
do.
Jury fees
witness fees and expenses	
do. 	
do. 	
meals and beds to jurors	
witness and stage hire	
do. 	
do. 	
do. 	
do. 	
do. 	
do. and board
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
Indian John, witness and expenses
do. do.
do. do.
We Chung, Jury fees	
Quong Goon, witness	
Tom, Jury fees	
Indian Jim, Jury fees	
Quong Goon,   do.      (2nd case) ...
do. do.       (1st case) ....
do.        witness 	
do	
do	
do	
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
and stage hire .
do.
Cary,
do.
do.
do.
Halliday,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Messenger for witness Woods.
Regina v. Halliday, Jury fees .
Do. witness	
Rent of room for Grand Jury	
Meals and beds for Petty Jury and Constables .
Regina V. Halliday and Cary, witness	
Telegram to witness 	
Do.     from Stanley	
Jury fees, Nanaimo Assize 	
Do. do. 	
Medical witness, Regina v. Ah Ack 	
Do. Regina v. Nightingale 	
Do. do. 	
Do. do. 	
Summoning jurors and expenses 	
Medical witness, Prior v. Dunsmuir	
Prosecutions and Interpreters.
Interpreter, Regina v. Ah Mow	
Do. do.     J. Todd	
Professional services	
Horse and buggy, Cariboo and back (Solicitor).
Carriage hire, New Westminster Assize	
Interpreter, Regina v. Que Han Can	
Messenger do. 	
Interpreter do. 	
District Registrar, Lytton Assize 	
Interpreter, 6 days	
Do.        Regina v. Charley and Jack	
Do. do.     Ah Yong	
1,163 75
10 00
30 00
30 00
30 00
27 00
68 00
37 00
14 50
33 00
30 00
30 00
30 00
30 00
30 00
14 00
38 00
37 00
59 00
47 00
47 00
47 00
47 00
47 00
33 50
30 00
6 00
6 00
6 00
27 00
2 00
18 00
18 00
18 00
18 00
6 00
2 00
21 00
14 00
40 00
72 00
48 00
32 00
32 00
32 00
20 00
3 OO
3 00
18 00
76 00
4 00
27 00
32 00
5 00
84 60
67 00
1 59
1 00
18 00
18 00
4 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
29 50
4 00
2 00
5 00
208 20
125 00
2 50
3 50
2 00
2 50
5 00
18 00
8 00
2 00
Carried forward.
S 00
386 70 43 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July to 31st December, 1879.
49
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
1878.
$   cts,
$   cts.
$    Otfl.
Noah Filando	
Albini Reaenses	
W. B. Townsend ,
James Wren	
E. A. Taite	
B. C. Express Co	
G. Tuttle	
Steamer " Royal City"
P. Arnaud	
B. C. Express Co	
James Stone	
Theo. Davie, Barrister
M. S. Sessions	
William Whigg	
Charles White	
A. R. Robertson, Q.C..
Str. "Cariboo Fly"...
John Taite	
T. Meeken	
Hon Qui	
H. Chung	
Antoine Lamproux...
Phineas Manson	
James Bossi	
J. E. Jenkins	
Jesse Gallagher	
John Miller	
J. Nutt, J.P	
John Barnston	
J. Pawson, J.P	
Dr. Hannington	
E. H. Sanders	
F. W. Foster	
5) )> 	
Ambrose W. Skinner.
John B. Lovell	
A. Masters, M.D	
D. Withrow	
C. N. Trew	
W. R. Spalding	
D.'bluness, M.D	
W. P. Sayward	
Dr. Matthews	
John Chipp	
James Grange, M.D..
F. W. Foster	
John Taite	
Wm. Duncan	
John B. Lovell	
Ambrose Skinner ....
A. Barlow	
W. R. Spalding	
,,     ,,    	
John B. Lovell 	
J. D. Batchelor	
Jas. Fell & Co	
J. Drout	
Hy. Short	
A. Strong	
P. J. Houlihan	
Victoria Water Works
J. Drout	
Brought forward.
5 00
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).—Continued.
Vote No. 47.—Administration of Justice.—Concluded.
Prosecutions and Interpreters.—Concluded.
Interpreter, Regina v. Yan (an Indian)	
Do. do.     Scott and Robinson	
Feed and care of horses (Solicitor on Circuit)	
Meals, bed, and horse feed do. 	
Horse hire, 25 days do.	
Horse feed,  2   ,, do. 	
Meals and bed do. 	
Fare, meals, (horse and buggy)  do. 	
Meals do. 	
Freight from Quesnelle to Barkerville 	
Acting Registrar, County Court, Quesnelle	
Fees as Crown Prosecutor, Regina v. Tom Anderson, Johnson, Ah Soon
Erecting platform, Supreme Court, and taking down 	
Services as interpreter, Regina v. Johnson	
Do. do.     Anderson	
Services as Crown Prosecutor, at New Westminster and Clinton Assizes
Passage and meals to Nanaimo and back (Solicitor)	
Canoe hire for W. Duncan 	
Services as interpreter, and stage hire, 10 days	
Do. 	
Do. Regina v. We Tong	
Do. do.      Indian John	
Do. do. do.   Jim	
Do. do. do.   Tom 	
Board and lodging for Solicitor (E. Harrison)  	
Services as interpreter, and stage fare, Regina v. Halliday 	
Do. do. do. 	
Expenses from Barkerville to sit on a case with J. Barlow, J.P	
Counsel fee, Prior v. Dunsmuir	
Hearing case do. 	
1 75
Expenses of Inquests.
Examination of Violet Haynes, and certificate	
Inquest held on Thomas Pool and two children  	
Provisions for journey to Pemberton Meadows	
Expenses travelling 83 miles, canoe and horse hire for self and jurymen, and serving summonses	
Expenses attending Inquest on Indian "Jack"	
Coroner's fee, holding Inquest on the body of G. Jenkinson, mileage,
and Constable at Inquest	
Attending Inquest on " Douglas Tom "	
Expenses of burial of an unknown Chinaman	
Inquest on Chinaman, and mileage	
Do.      bodies of men killed at Wellington	
Do.      body of a Chinaman do. 	
Post-mortem examination of the body of C. Findlay	
Lumber for coffin for an Indian woman	
Medical examination of       do. and attending Inquest	
Holding Inquest on the body of Mary Wintrip	
Evidence at do. do. 	
Holding do. Chinaman	
W. Keatley going to and fro 60 miles, bringing body of Chinaman, and
summoning witnesses	
Canoe hire for Coroner, at Metlahkatla, from Naas River	
Holding Inquest on body of M. Faucet. -	
Do. do. "Lahlock"	
Allowance to Jury	
Holding Inquest on body of Chinaman, and Constable in attendance
Expenses attending death of an Indian	
Holding Inquest on the body of Hung Chan	
Do. do. W.Thompson	
Do. do. C. Findlay	
5 00
10 00
10 00
1 50
Fees to Justices of the Peace.
Hearing fees, from June, 1877, to September, 1878...
Vote No. 48.—Police and Gaols.
Keep of Prisoners, Rents, tfcc.
Meat and vegetables for Victoria Gaol, June	
Groceries, etc., do. 	
Bread do. 	
Ammunition and repairs to pistol	
Cleaning yard of Victoria Gaol, June	
Cordwood for do. 	
Water supply do. 	
Bread supplied do. July	
Carried forward...
36 00
383 70
5 00
5 00
10 50
7 00
75 00
4 00
9 60
41 60
2 50
2 00
5 00
500 00
6 00
3 00
2 50
760 00
11 00
1 75
66 00
6 00
2 50
2 50
6 00
2 50
9 00
56 00
8 00
62 75
10 00
1 00
6 00
40 50
24 13
44 60
18 50
16 80
5 00
20 00
10 20
10 00
10 00
10 00
2 32
15 00
10 OO
5 00
10 00
20 00
5 00
10 00
10 00
1 50
15 00
10 60
10 00
10 00
10 00
39 15
60 42
60
4 25
16 00
20 00
25 00
50 98
2,846 34
2,067 20
358 95
36 00
70 25
276 26 50
Public Accounts, 1st July-to SIst^ December, 1879.
1879
TO WHOM PAID.
Hudson's Bay Co	
Langley & Co	
J. D. Batchelor	
Arthur Strong	
P. J. Houlihan	
Victoria Water Works.
P. J. Houlihan	
Thos. Waterhouse	
"Victoria Gas Co	
Jas. Fell & Co	
Edgar Marvin	
Board & Morley.
A. Strong	
W.J. Jeffree	
J. D. Batchelor	
J. Drout	
Belmont Boot & Shoe Co
Victoria Water Works...
G. C. Keays	
John McKay	
John Mclnt3*re	
Wm. Beaumont	
Victoria Gas Co	
J. D. Batchelor	
Fell & Co	
A. Strong .' ,	
James Kinnear	
E. B. Marvin	
W. J. Jeffree	
John Drout	
A. Beswick	
Victoria Water Works...
J. C. Brown	
W. H. Keary	
Robt. Johnson	
A. Peele	
W. Harvey	
W. B. Townsend	
John Ibbotson	
Chas. G. Major	
Henry Elliott	
Devlin & Rodenbach	
James Reid	
M. Barry	
James Lindsay	
Alex. Lindsay	
B. B. Gillis	
John Drout	
DeWeiderhold & Co.
Borde & Morley	
J. D. Batchelor	
Belmont Co 	
W. J. Jeffree	
Arthur Strong	
Fell &Co	
A Mayer	
D. Cluness	
"Joe," an Indian ..
Chas. W. Robinson.
D. Cluness, M.D....
F. W. Glaholm	
Chas. Karst	
C. H. Robinson .
Indian "Jack"..
A. Mayer .'.	
Chas. Karst.
D. Cluness..
Indian "Jack"	
Chas. H. Robinson.
T. W. Glaholm.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
VII.-
-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).—Continued.      ^
Vote No. 48.—Police and Gaols. ^Coft<ift«etfc  -
Keep of Prisoners, Rents, tfrc— Continued.--   ■*
Russia sheeting for Victoria Gaol, July-
Medicines, etc.,
Meat and vegetables
Cleaning yard
Cordwood
Water supply
Cordwood
do.
do.  :;;:;;:::;;;;;:;:::::..
do.  ;.■..-:..;.;:;.::::	
do.  .v.;.-..;;:;;;..;:	
do.  .v.-;:.::;;;;:;:;;..	
do. August .:.•.■..;....	
3 months' rent of house for Constable, at Esquimalt, to 7th August
Gas consumed at Police Barracks from 30th June to 30th August...
Groceries, etc., for Victoria Gaol, August- -... ;.•:.■;:.*:.;:	
1 pair leg-irons, Clinton Lock-up •.;.:;:.;;:::::::.;:	
2 ,,   handcuffs, Queen Charlotte Island ;.,;:;:;;:;::;.:;	
2 „   leg-irons, Kamloops Gaol .:.'.-. wwwwwww.W	
Sundry repairs to ironwork, March to May . ........w w.:	
Sharpening tools for chain-gang, May to August-..-.:..;.".;;;;;	
Cleaning yard of Victoria Gaol, August ::t\:: '.*:	
1 doz. pair socks, 2 doz. hickory shirts, August....-.Www.w	
Meat and vegetables for Victoria Gaol, August .: :::J...:;:::	
Bread supplied do. *  ... ..w.......
Leather, nails, etc., do. " 19th (S'months).'	
Water supply do.  .WWW.".'.'	
Grate frame & bricks for stove, do.  .\'.".\\WW	
Meals for prisoner Que Han Can, Lytton .J..... .WWWWWWW".1	
1 pair blankets and bed tick for do. .' .",'.'.'..........
Meals and bed for E. M. Connel, prisoner, 10 days .'.,.'.':.'..,........
Gas, Police Barracks, 30th August to 30th September;":'..:..:	
Meat and vegetables, Victoria Gaol, September : WW.............
Groceries do. ;''	
Cleaning yard do. "  .WW WW..
Keys for handcuffs, &c. do.       ~J*  www..	
Fish oil, nails, &c. do. '  .WW........
Under-clothing and pants do. '  .w.w.'.w...
Bread do. '.,  WW........
2 cords wood, Esquimalt, September  WW"... ...WWWWWWWWW
Water supply, Victoria Gaol, do. .'..■«■, ./.WWWWW.'.'
Advertising tenders for supplies, New Westminster t3soT.
\ ream Foolscap paper, New Westminster "GaolJ"
$£
Milk supplied
Medicines
Bread
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do-
Fish
Sundries
16 cords firewood
Provisions supplied Cariboo Gaol
Use of room to hold Supreme Court, Quesnelle
4 cords wood 'f'.'.'.'.'.'.
Keep of prisoners, Richfield, July..  ....,'..,'..
Do. do.       2 davs, AugUKW.
Rent of hall, 1st June to 30th November,' ISIS.
Rent of room for County Court, Quesnelle.. ,\ .
Bread supplied Victoria Gaol, October
Coal do.
Sharpening tools do.
Meat and vegetables do.
Leather, &c. do.
Socks and yarn do.
Cleaning yard do.
Coal Oil and soap      do.
June.
do. .
do. .
do. .
May artd'-Juffe
June..»
■do:
■do;
May
my
Provisions supplied Nanaimo Gaol, Ap'ril'.
June to October.'..'..". ,.'.*.'t.''.'
September and' October '"FVrrf.
October... .'.'..*.... ...7.7.7.7:
do.    ..    —..
do.   ..-.I:..:::::.::::::::::
do.     ..;:,...7.7.7.7.7.7 .7.7
do.
Do.
Visits and medicines
Fish
Meat and vegetables
Medicines and visits
Coal
Bread
Do.
Beef and vegetables
Fish
Provisions
Do,
Bread
DO.
Medicines and visits
Do.
Fish''
Beef and vegetables
 : Do.      "^
CbaT *'
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
dp.
do.
do.
do.
May.
April :.:..'.
July..;.;': .7
June ..j?..'.*
do. ..-..;...■
July..?.:..".
June .':..-.'.
July........
do. ........
September..
July.. ^.1..'.
August :..;
do. r,.~:.
September..
July., j. 1'....
August^ ^..-.
October. 1...
. Augus£.7f..".
Septeniifor.-.
October   ...
CarriedfifWa^:^^.\'::::\';.r:::rr.v.\\v \~ im 25
Arrears,
1878.
$   cts.
70 25
90 00
§   cts
276 26
4 00
107 38
34 90
16 00
16 00
25 00
16 00
22 50
60 90
45 06
15 00
18 0C
30 0C
15 25
73.25
16 0C
18 50
33 25
49 9S
21 05
25 00
3 18
7 75
6 75
10 00
41 05
38 91
45 14
16 00
3 50
1 85
40 50
63 79
9 00
25 00
3 00
3 50
1 40
9 60
32 85
38 49
7 84
56 58
46 40
12 75
20 00
18 00
105 00
2 00
90 00
5 00
61 01
31 50
46 50
38 36
27 86
13 00
16 00
5 75
11 25
33 20
12 50
1 00
37 38
14 00
4 75
24 80
22 30
25 88
50
7 45
Iii 60
16 88
17 48
35 00
7 25
; 50
23 96
21 15
H 75
" 2J280 55
5,308 49
'5,308 49 43 Vio.v        Public Accounts, 1st July to 31st December, 1879.
51
TO WHOM PAID.
J. L. Crimp 	
Saml. Addler	
Chas. Millington	
J. M. Rogers.	
J. L. Crimp	
Callbraith, Grant & Cook
J. L. Crimp	
T. A. Barry	
G. Tuttle	
Wm. Teague	
A. Vipond	
W.J. Jeflree	
James Lindsay	
P. J. Houlihan	
Victoria Water Works...
John Tait	
M. O'Connor..	
F. W. Foster	
Marshall & Smith	
Mara & Wilson	
J. A. Newland	
John Ussher ,
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward.
VII.
-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).—Continued.
Vote No. 48.—Police and Gaols.—Continued.
Keep of Prisoners, Rents, cfcc.—Concluded.
B. C. Express Co.
Wm. Teague	
Medicines
Meat and vegetables
Lumber
Bread
Medicines
Bread
Beef and vegetables
Bread
John Ibbotson ..
A. Peele	
W. B. Tofnsend
W. J. Armstrong
Wm. Harvey....
A. Peele.:	
W. Harvey	
W. B. Townsend
W. Haryey	
J. C. Devlin ....
John R. Barker.
S. M. Nelson	
H. B. Dart.	
John McKay	
Henry Blackford.
Wm. Fitzpatrick.
C. Phair	
A. Mayer	
Victoria Water Works
fibftlit]
icheloa'
Fell & Co-: j Groceries
Victoria Gas Co  Gas supplied
„ ■ ■ ; „   I    Do.
John Drout	
A. Strong	
DeWeiderhold & Co
Indian "Stein"....
E. Peck .'..".	
Oppenheimer Bros.
Wm. Teague	
M. O'Connor	
John Ussher	
Wm. Stewart	
C. H. Robinson	
Jos. Kodeilo	
Keep of prisoner, Cassiar Gaol, July	
Rent of house to hold Assize, Laketon	
Fixing irons on prisoner Johnson	
Rent of house to hold Supreme Court, Glenora, and fixing platform .
Keep of prisoner Anderson, 1 month and 3 days	
Sundries for Gaol, Laketon	
Keep of prisoners      do.    September	
2 chairs for Gaol, McDame's Creek  	
Water supply for Gaol, Yale, 30 weeks	
Keep of prisoners       do.        July	
Repairing hand-cuffs and scales, Victoria Gaol	
Socks, under-clothing, shirts, and pants, New Westminster Gaol
Keep of 2 prisoners at Richfield, 1 day	
Cordwood, Victoria Gaol, October	
Water supply,   do. do	
Keep of prisoners at Metlakatla	
Do. Clinton 	
Blankets do *	
Mattresses do	
Soap, pants, and shirt, Kamloops	
Meals for prisoner Wee Tong, and Constable, 9 days	
Keep of       do. do.      and an Indian, July	
Do. do.     John, 31 days  	
Do. do.       do.   30   ,	
Do. do.       do.   19   ,,	
Charges on leg irons from Victoria  	
Soap for Gaol, Yale	
Keep of prisoners Robinson and Scott	
Fish supplied New Westminster Gaol, July c
Arrears,
1878.
$   cts,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
August .
do.     .
August	
July 	
do	
do	
September
J. P. fTojklJhan
J. Batc&el&r iMeat and vegetables
Coal oil and candles, Cariboo, July to September .
Firewood, Forks of Quesnelle	
Meals and beds for prisoners, Yale   	
Do. do. 	
Keep of do. 	
Cutting irons from prisoners 	
Rent of room for holding Court, Comox ...
Keep of prisoners, Lillooet	
Provisions, Nanaimo Gaol, June :.
Supply of water, Victoria Gaol, November.
Cordwood
T. W. Glaholm.
A. Mayer.".	
D. Cluness'.	
W. Witeoij:	
C. H. Robinson .
Wm. Earl&'	
T. W. Glaholm..
Charles Karst...
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
October ...
November.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
October...
November.
Bread
Cleaning yard
Coal
Cordwood, Yale
Repairs to tools, Yale
Buck saw do.
Keep of prisoners do.
Do, Clinton
Do. Kamloops
Do. Nanaimo	
Beef and vegetables, do	
Rent of room        Comox, 2 days .'	
Keep of prisoners,     do.     	
Coal Nanaimo	
Sundry dry goods,    do.     September	
Groceries do.     October	
Visits and medicine, do.     September	
jairing boiler and sundry utensils, Nanaimo, 6 months .
Beef and vegetables do	
Hire of furniture for Assize do	
Coal do.      December.
Bread do.      October. ..
Do. do.      November.
Carried forward.
1S4 25
cts.
2,280 56
46 50
6 00
3 00
13 00
51 00
4 50
94 60
5 00
15 00
11 00
3 50
55 50
2 00
36 00
25 00
32 00
61 00
46 25
5 00
4 12
27 00
45 75
23 25
22 50
14 25
1 50
1 76
1 00
3 40
15 38
40 04
6 18
37 39
21 00
30 33
35 45
37 84
20 50
13 50
6 50
3 50
80 00
1 00
2 00
59 75
45 72
25 00
20 00
36 10
53 03
55 85
56 05
60 12
16 00
35 00
14 00
1 75
2 00
5 50
17 00
6 00
6 00
20 88
2 00
14 00
4 75|
24 45;
25 50
16 00
22 00
9 96
2 50
9 50
12 72
II 481
3,908 04
0,270 53 £2
Public Accounts, 1st July to 31st December, 1879.
1879
TO WHOM PAID.
E. Garnett	
B. Johnson	
J. Normansell	
E. P. Lynch	
Indians	
John McKay	
J. McMurphy	
Philip Johnson	
T. Brew	
Matt. Hall	
Charles Hine	
D. B. Reed	
"Tom," an Indian .
Wm. M. Halpenny.
W. L. Jeffrey	
»       >>      	
P. S. Smith...'.'.'.'.".'
Felix Martin	
A. W. Clark	
E. H. Bovill	
Albert H. Walker '.'.
Wm. Duncan	
Abel Feaber	
John Tait	
>>     »i   	
»> i>    	
Alex. Barton	
Isaac Mcintosh
Indian "Tom"	
Indian "Dick"	
Indian "George" ..
J. C. Fernhough ...
Robt. Campbell	
J. C. Fernhough ...
W. T. Millross	
J. Rodello	
Patrick Smith	
J. Rodello	
W. R Robb '.'.'.'.'.'.'.
J. Rodello	
W. L. Jeffray	
j)       »»        	
J. Porter	
P. Carter	
J. Porter	
C. Levi	
J. W.Williams	
Thos. C. Jones	
Ambrose Skinner ..
C. Levi	
J. J. Russell	
" Tom," an Indian .
"Louis?"      ,,
"Sabatiste,",,
W. C. Duncan	
" Tom," an Indian .
Str. " Cariboo Fly"
F. J. Barnard & Co.
John McKay	
James Kinnear	
Sabiston & Wilcox .
G. B. Ordano	
Geo. Winter ,
Chas. Karst ,
Yuet Wo	
James Kinnear	
W. R. Lewis	
Goo. McKeivor....,
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward .
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).—Co7itinued.
Votb No. 48.—Police and Gaols.—Continued.
Special Constables.
Special Constable, expenses to Esquimalt	
Do. at Cassiar, arrest of Johnson (Indian), 18 days	
Do. do. do. do	
Do. do. do. do	
Patrols, to prevent escape of prisoner	
Arresting Indian Que-han-can, and 10 days in charge	
Services at Magistrate's Court, New Westminster	
Serving warrant and mileage, Regina v. Louis	
Attendance at Inquest on Indian "Charley"	
Conveying prisoners from Chilliwhack to New Westminster Gaol	
Arresting prisoner Saul, and having charge at Quesnelle	
Special Constable at Saanich	
Finding and arresting an Indian murderer	
Services as Guard at Victoria Gaol, 1 day 	
Special Constable at Nanaimo, 3 days (June)	
Do. do.       1 day (July)	
Do. do.        6 days	
Do. do	
Do. Telegraph Creek, Cassiar, 7 days	
Do. do. do.    1 day	
Do. Dease Creek, do.     3 days	
Do. sitting of Supreme Court, Laketon	
Do. at McDames Creek	
Arresting an Indian, and attending Court	
Allowance to Indian Constables at Metlahkatla, 1877	
Do. do. do. 1878....,	
Special Constable at Metlahkatla, 19th August to 10th September, 1878
Do. do. 	
For    Do. do. 	
For    Do. do. (native)	
Do. in charge of prisoners & witnesses at Clinton, 17 days
Do.                                do.              during sitting of Court, 3  ,,
2 days with Constable Miller	
Do. do. 	
Do. do	
Special Constable, 5 days	
Do. 16   „    	
Do. 4   „    	
Do. 3    „    	
Do. 28   „    	
Do. 	
Do. arresting "Mountain"	
Do. searching for Smith, a lunatic	
Do. do. do. 	
Do. arresting W. Davis	
Do. do.       R. Nightingale	
Do. 5 days	
Transport of Prisoners and Constables.
Stage and buggy hire for Constables (6 months)	
Carriage of sick prisoner	
Stage fare for Constables (3 months)	
Use of ferry for Police	
Stage and buggy hire for Police, to June (6 months)	
Boat hire do. do. do	
In charge of prisoner Macdonell, and taking him from Cowichan to
Victoria Gaol, and mileage	
Use of ferry for Police (3 months)	
Cab hire, to Esquimalt and back, for Constable Dale	
Canoe hire, and assisting Constable Bloomfield	
Do. do. do. 	
Do. do. do. 	
Board do.     Superintendent of Police	
Canoe hire do. 	
Passage to Chemainus and back   do: 	
Do.      Yale and return of J. McKay, in charge of Indian	
Do.      Lytton to Yale of Indian	
Canoe, Indian ferry	
Provisions for Constable Bloomfield and others	
Lodging for Superintendent of Police, Nanaimo Assizes	
Provisions for Constable Bloomfield	
Carriage hire to Cadboro Bay	
Meals for Superintendent of Police and Interpreter at Nanaimo	
Lodgings for Chinese Interpreter	
Meals for Constables	
Stage hire and meals for Constable Miller, New Westr., to March (3 mo.)
Do. do. do. do. July (2 ,, )
Board and lodging for Constable Hall and prisoners	
Carried forward	
Arrears,
1878.
$   cts.
184 25
25^75
$   cts.
3 50
72 00
72 00
72 00
24 00
33 00
3 00
11 00
2 50
20 40
8 00
2 60
5 00
2 50
7 50
2 50
15 00
3 00
28 00
3 00
15 00
80 00
5 00
5 00
25 00
25 00
25 00
26 00
19 50
19 50
12 00
12 00
4 00
69 50
7 60
3 00
3 00
3 00
10 00
32 00
8 00
13 00
34 00
7 50
5 00
11 00
14 00
2 50
2 50
12 50
22 00
2 25
7 26
15 00
59 00
5 00
53 50
15 00
1 00
18 25
11 25
11 25
2 50
1 25
7 00
24 00
12 00
2 00
5 20
2 50
1 00
4 00
8 50
1 50
4 00
15 50
29 50
10 50
351 70
§   cts.
1,276 53
820 90
10,097 48 43 Vic. Public Accounts, 1st July »to 31st December, J1879.
53
TO WHOM PAID.
L. Hautier	
B. C. Express Co	
Mrs. Pratt	
Gavin Hamilton	
Mrs. Marshall	
Mr. Mclntyre	
Str. "Reliance"	
Wm. Pacey	
Isaac Saul	
James Newland	
Geo. Tuttle	
H. B. Dart	
Thos. F. York	
Stmr. " Victoria"	
C. Austin	
Wm. Beaumont	
Indian "Tom"	
Indian "Joe"	
Str. "Cariboo Fly"	
L. Jeffery	
Steamer "Ada"	
F. J. Barnard* Co	
Str. "CaribooFly"	
Robt. Graham	
Edwd. Maher	
J. B. McQueen	
"Charley," an Indian.
J. B. McQueen	
B. C. Express Co	
Str. " Spallmacheen" ..
James Van Bramer ...
Str. "Royal City"	
L. Hautier	
H. B. Dart	
S. M. Nelson	
Jas. Newland	
Guy Tuttle	
Wm. Teague	
B. C. Express Co	
Lorenzo Loreto	
Henry Drake	
Str. " Maude"	
B. C. Express Co	
A. McKinnon	
C. C. McKenzie	
S. Sandover	
Hy. Simpson	
John Stevens	
Str. " Enterprise" 	
Wm. Nelson	
Str. *' Royal City"	
W. R. Lewis	
H. Stalker	
J. Mannion	
G. McKeivor	
D. Gillanders	
Hy. Kipp	
California Hotel	
Str. "Royal City"	
" Charlie," an Indian...
F. L. Budlong	
R. T.Williams	
J. W. Finlayson	
Str. " Cariboo Fly"	
Arthur Todd	
Chas. Horel	
Abin. Copeland	
Harriet Staff	
Fredk. Foord	
Michael Muir	
Annie MuirJ	
Robert Weir	
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward.
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).—Concluded.
Vote No. 48.—Police and Gaom.—Concluded.
Transport of Prisoners and Constables.—Concluded.
Board and lodging for Constable Lindsay, in charge of two prisoners,
from Richfield to New Westminster and back 	
Transport of Constable Lindsay and prisoners from Barkerville to Yale
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
in charge of prisoners .
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Meals and bed for
Do.
Do.
Do.
Passage and bed
Meals and bed
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Passage and bed
Meals
Meals and bucket
Canoe hire for Constables, 2 days	
Do. do. 	
Passage of prisoner to Victoria 	
Travelling expenses (Prior and O'Brien)	
Fares of Constable and three prisoners	
Passage of. J. McNamara and prisoners	
Passage and meals for Superintendent of Police and others to Nanaimo
Conveying Indian prisoner to Richfield Gaol	
Canoe hire from Metlahkatla	
Meals for Constable and prisoner	
Horse hire for Constable to Savona Ferry	
Transport of prisoner from Cache Creek	
Carriage hire from Kamloops to Cache Creek	
Passage from Savona to Kamloops	
Passages for Constables and prisoners, Dec. 1st, 1878, to 29th June, 1879
Passage, meals, and bed,   do. New Westminster to Yale ..	
Meals and bed for Constable and prisoners	
Do. do. do	
Do. do. do	
Do. do. do	
Do. do. do	
Do. do. do	
Passages do. do	
Meals and bed for prisoner	
Cab hire for Superintendent of Police	
Charter of steamer from Victoria to New Westminster	
Passage and attendance on prisoner from Kamloops to Cache Creek
Passage of Constable and prisoner	
Shortening leg-irons	
VIII.—EDUCATION.
Vote No. 49.—Education Omen.
New Westr. and back .
Salary of Supt. of Education, 1st July to 31st Dec, @JS125 per month..
Meals and bed for Supt. of Education, August
Meals
Meals
Meals and passage
Meals and bed
Meals and passage
Fare
Fare, steam ferry
Meal
Meals and bed
Do.
Hire of saddle horse
. bed & meals
Canoehire
Meals and bed
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
New Westr. to Hastings and back
August	
do	
do.     (4 days) ,	
do.     (2   „   )	
(9 days) .
Binding and perforating 200 School Reports .
Copying lists of votes (8£ folios).	
Passage and meals for Supt. of Education ...
Meals and bed do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
Passage and meals do.
Meals and bed do.
Do. do.
Arrears,
1878.
$   cts.
253 76
8 00
Carried forward.
9 cts.
351 70
8 50
272 60
8 50
4 00
4 50
• 4 50
28 00
3 00
4 00
4 00
1 00
4 00
2 00
80 50
3 00
1 62
3 50
3 50
4 00
2 00
10 00
187 50
S3 50
3 00
6 25
3 00
5 00
33 00
15 00
2 50
65 60
49 00
3 50
4 50
3 60
11 00
8 76
1 25
162 60
2 50
2 00
164 00
12 50
24 50
1 00
750 00
1 50
1 00
1 50
2 60
1 00
3 00
2 00
1 50
50
4 00
2 00
1 50
1 25
13 50
2 50
12 00
60 00
85
6 00
2 00
1 00
2 00
2 00
2 50
5 50
1 50
3 50
t   cts.
26175!  888 10
10,097 4S
1,562 07
11,649 60 54
Public Accounts, 1st July to 31st December, 1879.
1879
TO WHOM PAID.
Adam Weir	
Wm. Beaumont.
F. Cretan	
R. T. Williams..
J. Kaye	
R. M. Clemitson ..,	
A. N. Struthers 	
Do. 	
J. W. Thomson   	
Do. 	
J. D. McKay	
S. Hayward	
E. V. V. Wilson Brown.
L. M. Caldwell	
A. C. Richardson	
M. J. Holloway   	
J. H. McLaughlin 	
J. Pleace	
W. H. Huxtable	
E. Harrison	
Smith & Clarke	
Victoria Water Works..
S. C. Burris	
J. Coughlan	
"Colonist" Office	
"Standard" Office	
J. Sehl	
J. Pellet	
J. S. Drummond	
S. C Burris . \	
Gaston & Robinson	
H. Rudolph	
G. Lindsay	
Stewart & Braden 	
A. & W.Wilson	
J. Newbury	
H. Brethour	
S. D. Pope	
0. D. Sweet	
S. D. Chandler	
S. G. Lewis  	
E. Harrison	
W. Irving'	
James Tod	
"Standard " Office .
Do.
J. Spotts	
James Dunn	
G. C. Keays	
William Veitch
F. Spotts	
Mrs.. Calvert	
George Lindsay....
M. W. Waitt&Co..
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward	
VIII.—EDUCATION.—Continued.
r     Vote No. 49.—Education Office.—Concluded.
Carriage hire for Supt. of Education, from Metchosin to Victoria ...
Meals and bed do.	
Canoe hire                    do.                   from Maple Bay to Burgoyne 1
Mounting maps of Canada and British Columbia	
Vote No. 50.—Victoria City District.
Principal, Boys'
1st Assistant
Do.
2nd Assistant
Do.
3rd Assistant
Do.
Principal, Girls'
1st Assistant
2nd Assistant
3rd Assistant
4th Assistant
Principal, High
2nd Master
Cleaning-
Glazing.
Department, 1st July to 30th Novr.,   @ §90 per month
do. 1st July to 31st October       80, ,,
do.                 10th to 30th November SO ,,
do.                 1st July to 10th Novr. 70 „
do.                 10th to 30th November 70 „
do.                 1st July to 10th Novr. 60 .,
do.                 llth to 30th November 60 „
Department, 1st July to 30th Novr. SO ,,
do.                                do. 70 „
do.                 1st June to 30th Novr. 70 ,,
do.                 1st July to 30th Novr. 55 ,,
do.                                do. 45 ,,
School,                          do. 110 ,,
do.                                   do. 85 ,,
do.       and Public School, 4 months 40 ,,
Repairing doors, desks, and labour	
Water, 6 months, to 30th June, 1879   	
Carpenter's work, Public School	
Plastering and whitewashing Public School
Advertising notice of examination	
Do.        meeting of voters	
Hire of chairs, June, 1878 to June, 1879	
Supplying 2 keys	
Repairs to stove	
Repairs to floor of High School	
Coal supplied, to September  	
Repairing clock, Girls' School	
6 cords firewood	
Repairing water pipe	
Utensils for Public School	
Arrears,
1878.
8   cts.
261 75
5 75
Vote No. 51.—Victoria District.
Teacher, Craigflower, 1st July to 30th November,
Do.     North Saanich, do.
Do.     South Saanich, do.
Do.      Cedar Hill, July
Do. do. 1st August to 30th November
Do.     Lake, 1st June do.
Glazing, Cedar Hill School 	
Taking down and putting up water closet	
2 cords wood	
Advertising for Teacher, North Saanich	
Do. South Saanich 	
Cleaning school-house, do. 	
Cutting trail, digging and enclosing well, South Saanich.
Lamp and 10 feet pipe, South Saanich	
4 cords wood, Craigflower School	
Setting pump, South Saanich	
4 cords wood, Craigflower	
2      do. 	
2 sets tablets, North Saanich	
@ 860 per month
C. Bavlev ........
W. S. Beatty	
C. Irvine	
Louisa M.'B. Ella .
Thomas J. Blake..
E. Fisher 	
E. Millington	
B. Bland :..
G. Wilby	
John Charley.	
E. A. Wilby	
A. Fulton.	
J. H. Innes ..:...
W. McCarthy
W. Whitworth....
J. Muir .,	
Marion Muir -.	
W. Sanborne 	
Vote No. 52.—Esquimalt District.
j Teacher, Esquimalt, 1st June to 31st August "
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
@ §50 per month
50
50
50
50
50
do. 1st September to 30th November
Sooke.        1st June to 31st July
do. '        15th August to 31st December
Colwood,    1st October to 30th November
Metchosin, 1st July to 30th November
Cleaning school-house, Esquimalt, April	
Do. do.        May	
Do. do. June and August.
Do.      and yard, do. 	
Candles, soap, &c. do. 	
Repairs to gate and fence, well covering, desks, whitewashing, painting1
Rent of School-house, Esquimalt, 1st July to 30th November
4 cords wood do	
Labour putting in ventilator	
Firewood, broom, paper, and postage, Sooke	
Cleaning school-house, 8 months do	
j Building wood-shed   	
$   cts.
888 10
Carried forward.
267 SO
4 00
3 50
1 50
•  2S 50
450 00
320 00
53 33
303 33
46 66
260 00
40 00
400 00
350 00
420 00
275 00
225 00
550 00
425 00
160 00
16 76
15 70
18 00
67 50
39 00
2 60
5 00
16 50
1 00
3 75
5 00
8 50
1 50
24 00
5 00
29 75
300 00
300 00
360 00
70 00
280 00
300 00
6 00
25 00
8 00
2 50
2 50
0 00
20 00
6 50
12 00
1 50
12 00
8 00
1 60
150 00
150 CO
100 00
227 42
100 00
250 00
1 5G
. 1 50
3 00
2 00
1 S7
39 00
25 00
12 00
1 50
9 02
8 00
20 75
925 60
4,536 77
1,711 50
1,103 16
8,277 '< 43 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July to 31st December, 1879.
55
TO WHOM PAID.
W. H. Lomas 	
A. Dods	
E. A. Clarke	
C. D. Rand	
J. Thain	
C. McNaughten 	
M. Gyves  	
J. Crane 	
H.Fry	
G. C. Keays	
W. Beaumont	
W. Whims	
J. Mundell	
A. Flett	
E. Young 	
L. A. Berkeley	
K. McGregor	
A. J. Polley	
Do	
T. Clyde ■	
J. Thain	
O. M. Gregory	
Dunsmuir & Co	
W. Earle	
J. Ganner	
Louisa Hill	
G. Norris	
Vancouver Coal Co. ...
A. F.aper	
G. Wake	
Mrs. Paul	
C. L. Smith	
Mrs. Handle	
Isaac Sago	
J. Gordon	
A. Mayer	
Do	
Mrs. Meaken	
O. Roper	
S. F. Crawford	
J. E. McCutcheon
C. McCutcheon	
Do	
J. H. W. McCutcheon .
J. A. Halliday ....
J. Coutts 	
A. J. McDougall .
J. K. Suter	
Do	
J. C. Brown	
Do	
C. G. Major	
Hudson Bay Co. .
J. M. Neelev	
E. A. Halliday...
W. H. Keary
A. J. Colbeck ...
C. E. Cordiner ...
J. W. Sinclair ...
R. H. Holding ...
A. Kern	
J. It. Starling
D. M. McMillan ..
A. W. H. Holmes
F. A. Carscallan .
J. Weiler 	
J. McCutcheon ..
A. Vipond	
W. Isaacs	
Steamer Reliance
J. Weiler 	
FOE WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward	
VIII.—EDUCATION.—Continued.
Vote No. 53.—Cowiciian District.
Teacher, South Cowichan, 1st July, to 31st December, @
Do.     North Cowichan, do.
Salt Spring Island, 1st July to 13th November,
do. 14th Novr. to 31st Deer.
Burgoyne Bay,        1st to 31st July
do. 1st August to 31st Deer.
Carpenter's work, Burgoyne School-house	
Covering well, Salt Spring Island   do	
Rent of Agricultural Hall for 1879	
Stove-pipe and drayage, North Cowichan 	
1 eight-day clock do. 	
Cutting wood, Burgoyne Bay	
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
§55 per month
60       „
60
60
50       „
50
Vote No. 54.—Nanaimo District.
Principal, Boys' Department, 1st June to 30th Novr., @ §90 per month
Assistant, do. do. 60       ,,
Principal, Girls' Department, 1st June to 31st July 70       ,,
Do. do. 1st August to 30th Novr.      70       „
Assistant, do. 1st June to 31st July 50       ,,
Teacher, Wellington, 1st June to 31st July 60       ,,
Do.     Nanaimo,     1st August to 30th November 50       ,,
Do.     Cedar, 1st June to 30th November 50       ,,
Do.     Wellington, 1st August to 30th November 60       ,,
■ Do.     Gabriola Island, 1st to 30th June 50       ,,
Coal for Wellington School	
Blinds, hat and coat hooks, Nanaimo School	
Hauling pickets for School fence, Wellington 	
Cleaning School-house, Cedar	
Advertising for Teacher, Nanaimo	
Coal for Nanaimo School, February, 1878, to March, 1879	
Chalk and crayons, do	
Sawing wood, Gabriola School	
Cleaning Girls' School, Nanaimo, 3 months, to June	
Glazing and frosting windows, Nanaimo School 	
Cleaning Boys' School, Nanaimo, 7 months 	
Cleaning water closet,       do.	
Advertising for Teacher, stationery, and postage	
1 chair and 1 bucket, Nanaimo School	
Clock, bell, and brooms,       do. 	
Cleaning rooms do. 4 months	
Advertising for Teacher,      do. in Colonist and Standard ....
Vote No. 55.—Comox District.
Teacher, Comox, 1st July to 31st December,
Do. - Demnan Island, do.
Cordwood	
Expenses to Demnan Island of stove, &c.
Do. do.
@ S50 per month
50
Vote No. 58.—New Westminster City District.
Principal, Boys' Department, 1st June to 30th Septr., @ §90 per month
Principal, Girls' Department,                   do.                         60       ,,
Assistant, Boys' Department,                   do.                         50       ,,
Advertising for Teacher .'	
Do.        Trustees' Election  	
Do. do. 	
Do.        for Teacher	
Brooms	
Tin bucket	
Repairing roof and making table 	
Cleaning school-room, 3 months	
Stationery	
Vote No. 57.—New Westminster District.
Teacher, Burrard Inlet, 1st July to 31st December,     @ 855 per month
Do.     Granville do. 65      ,,
Dor    Maple Ridge, do. 60      ,.
Do.     Langley, do. 55      ,,
Do.     Prairie, do. 50       ,,
Do.     Sumass, do. 50       ,,
Do.     Chilliwhack, do. 60      „
Do.     Cheam, do. 50      ,,
Do.     North Arm, 31st July to 31st December 50      ,,
Window blinds for Cheam School-house	
Repairing clock, Chilliwhack     do.        	
Making key for Cheam do. 	
Cleaning School-house, Maple Ridge	
Freight .on castings and stove-pipe, Chilliwhack	
Arm chair, Chilliwhack	
Carried forward	
Arrears,
1878.
§   cts.
267 50
$   cts.
330 00
360 00
266 00
94 00
50 00
250 00
14 50
2 04
10 00
6 50
10 50
1 50
540 00
360 00
140 00
280 00
100 00
120 00
200 00
300 00
240 00
50 00
12 00
9 00
2 00
3 26
2 50
36 00
2 25
3 00
12 00
15 00
41 00
15 00
2 50
2 25
10 75
16 00
5 00
300 00
300 00
21 00
5 30
4 50
360 00
240 00
200 00
1 50
1 50
1 50
1 60
1 60
1 50
15 50
24 00
1
330 00
330 00
360 00
330 00
300 00
300 00
360 00
300 00
250 00
11 75
1 50
50
2 00
3 13
2 75
267 501    2,881 63    13,672 25 56
Public Accounts, 1st July to 31st December, 1879.
1879
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
1878.
$   cts.
$   cts.
9  cts.
B. Gibson	
Airth & Knight
H. J. Kirkland .
A. S. Bailey ..,..
J. E. Trenaman
E. H. Crease ...
T. Ledue	
C. Schubert ....
A.Irwin 	
M. Coughlan	
J, Mclntyre	
L. Hautier .....
L. Seward	
A. MoKenzle....
6! Phair....!!!!
W. Abel	
A.W.Smith....
J. Dickey	
J. B. Good	
J. S. Drummond
W. M. Brown ..
G. C. Phinney ..
A. Johnstone  ..
Do.
Do.
Pierre Roy	
J. Valette	
Do	
J. Flett	
Hudson Bay Co.
G. Munro	
A. H. Walker....
J. Bibby	
E. Desloures 	
W. J. Urquhart..
Antoine	
Pendula	
J. Johnson	
B. C. Express Co
J. Johnson	
Jas. Wardle	
Bank B. C	
J. Johnson	
B. C. Express Co
John Grant	
John Wilson	
Str. " Princess Louise'
John Allen	
— Jackson 	
Str. "Gertrude" 	
Str. "Woodside"	
Hy. Drake	
J.W.Williams	
C. W. Horth	
Humphries & Grant..
Indian "Billy"	
John Johnstone	
Indian	
Jules Carle	
Indian "Charley"	
Jas. £. Hocken	
Brought forward —	
VIII.—EDUCATION.—Concluded.
Vote No. 67.—New Westminster District.—Concluded.
267 50
10 cords wood, Cheam 	
Repairs to Teacher's residence, Chilliwhack
Repairs to Trenant School-house	
Vote No. 58.—Hope-Yale District.
Teacher, Yale, 1st July to 31st October @ $60 per month
Do.    Hope, 1st July to 31st Dec. (1 month omitted)    50
Do.     Lytton, do.
Do.     Cache Creek        do.
Matron, do. do.
Teacher, Nicola, do.
Do.     Okanagan, do.
Sundry work to School-house, Lytton	
Do. and cordwood       do	
Cleaning School-house do	
60
75
50
60
50
Vote No. 59.—Lillooet District.
Teacher, Clinton, 1st June to 31st July
Do.        do.     6th September to 31st October
Do.    Lillooet, 1st July to 31st December
Do.     Lac la Hache, 1st to 31st July
Cordwood and sundries	
Do. 	
Rent of school house, 4 months -
Stove and fixings	
Freight and drayage on stove	
@ S60 per month
60       „
60
Vote No. 60.—Cariboo District.
Teacher, Barkerville, 1st June to 31st October,        @ ?83.33 per month
Do.    Stanley,      1st July to 31st October 60
Do.    Stuart's Lake, 1st to 30th June 60 „
Do. do. allowance, January to April     10 „
Labour roofing School-house, Stuart's Lake	
Making window-sashes do. 	
Wages of man working at do. 	
Plastering do. 	
Lumber, firewood, nails, glass      do. 	
Cordwood and shakes, Barkerville	
Repairing School-house,     do	
Stove-piping and fixing up, do	
6 cords wood do	
Sawing and splitting do.     do	
Do. do.      do	
Do. do.     do.       	
IX.—TRANSPORT.
Vote No. 61.—Freight on Remittances.
Freight on remittance to Cassiar	
Charges do.       from Okanagan	
Freight on gold dust	
Do. do	
Do.     remittance (B. Price)	
Charges on Draft in favour of Miller & Richard	
Freight on gold dust from Cassiar	
Do.      package from A. Barlow	
Do.      remittance from A. W. Vowell	
Do. do	
Do. do	
Vote No. 62.—Travelling Expenses, Officers on Duty.
Passage from Victoria to Wrangel of T. H. Giffin	
Meals and porterage do.        	
Passage from Glenora to Telegraph Ck.   do	
Do.      Wrangel to Glenora do.        	
Charter of steamer, for Solicitor, Victoria to New Westminster!	
Carriage hire to Esquimalt for Provincial Secretary	
Do. for Surveyor-General, July to October 	
Buggy and horse hire for Inspector of Mines	
Do. do. Coroner and Constable	
Expenses of Gold Commissioner on duty, Cassiar	
Canoe hire for do. do. 	
Travelling expenses from McDames Creek to Laketon	
Canoe hire from Telegraph Creek to Glenora	
Meals for Gold Oommr., in connection with murder of G. Jenkinson
Canoe hire      do. do. do. do.
Meals do. do. do. do.
Carried forward	
.42 60
309 00
2,881 63
12 40
10 00
40 00
240 00
250 00
860 00
450 00
300 00
360 00
300 00
6 86
69 37
6 00
120 00
112 00
360 00
60 00
48 50
43 26
20 00
63 00
22 35
416 65
240 00
60 00
40 00
10 00
4 00
15 75
4 00
41 00
5 70
2 50
12 50
36 00
3 00
2 50
7 00
6 00
18 00
23 30
50 91
3 31
20
14 25
3 00
10 00
11 93
6 82
20 00
4 00
2 00
16 00
87 50
5 00
39 00
7 50
7 20
7 00
2 00
15 00
1 50
7 00
2 60
2 00
225 20
13,672 26
2,944 03
2,341 23
849 10
900 60
20,707 21
146 72
1*8 72 43 Vic. Public Accounts, 1st July to 31st December, 1879.
57
TO WHOM PAID.
W. P. Wilson	
Hy. Elliott	
J. Merryfield	
M. Richards	
John Yerra	
Callbreath, Grant & Cook
Jas. James 	
Indian "Ned"	
Indian "Sam"	
Geo. Dakin	
Mat. Richards	
W. P. Wilson	
Desomer & Brierly	
Jno. Merryfield	
Lewis Ward	
John Verra	
Porter & Hampton....
Henry Chue	
R. Sylvester	
John Taite	
J. J. Russell	
James Bibby	
John Austin	
John Boyd	
Gavin Hamilton	
John Wright	
Marshall & Smith	
D. Lindsay	
John McGully	
Mcintosh & McFadden
Str. "Spallmacheen",.
Jas. A. Newland	
Wm. Mclntyre	
B. C. Express Co	
JohnlMcKay	
Louis Hautier	
H. B. Dart	
James Stott	
W. Prest	
Jno. McShelly	
I. Saul	
H. B. Co	
Mason & Daly	
Brown & Gillis	
A. Barlow	
Str. "Victoria"	
R. McLeese	
C. W. Horth	
Baker & Son	
R. Wolfenden	
D. Leneveu	
W. C. Bryant	
Baker & Son	
John Barnes	
W. J. Church	
John Ussher	
A. McKinnon	
Ld. Lowenburg.
N. Shakespeare.
T. MoK. Lanibly
George Coxon ..
John Morley	
Thos. Harris	
James Orr	
J. C. Haynes ...
Geo. Byrnes....
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Broughtjorward	
IX.—TRANSPORT.—Concluded.
Vote No. 62.—Travellino Expenses, Officers on Duty.—Concluded.
Meals, and feed for mule, in connection with murder of G. Jenkinson.
Do. do. do. do. do.
Do. do. do. do. do.
Do. do. do. do. do.
Do. do. do. do. do.
Hire of mule for Gold Commissioner	
Passage of do. from Thiberts Lake to Dease Creek
Packing blankets, &c. do. 	
Canoe hire do. 	
Meals for Gold Commissioner, acting as Registrar of Supreme Court
Do. do. do. do.
Do. do. do. do.
Do. do. do. do.
Do. do. & horse feed do. do.
Do. do.        do.        do. do.
Do. do.        do.        do. do.
Do.   J. L. Crimp, collecting Revenue	
Do.   Gold Commissioner 	
Do. do. 	
Canoe hire for W. Duncan, J. P., Metlahkatla	
Carriage hire for Provincial Secretary to Government House and back.
Expenses collecting Mining Statistics	
Meal for Solicitor, and feed for horses	
Board and lodging for Solicitor, and horse hire	
Do. do. do. 	
Meals do. and horse feed	
Board and lodging do. and feed for 2 horses	
Do. do. do. 	
Shoeing horse and repairing buggy for Solicitor	
Board and lodging and feed for horses   do. 	
Passage 2 horses and buggy do. 	
Board and lodging and horse feed do. 	
Do. do. do. 	
Charge on tin case do. 	
Horse feed and attendance do. 	
Board and lodging do. 	
Do. and horse feed do. 	
Repairs to buggy do. 	
Charge of horse from Clinton to Yale    do.	
Horse feed do. 	
Meal and horse feed do. 	
Charge on package do.	
Board and lodging and keep of 2 horses do. 	
Do. do. do. 	
Cleaning buggy and harness do. 	
Passage, meals, freight on buggy, &c,   do. 	
Meals and bed, and horse feed do. 	
Horse and buggy hire for Government Agent, to Wellington	
Vote No. 63.—Keep of Horses.
Hay and oats for Messenger's horse	
1£ tons oat hay do. 	
4 sacks oats do. 	
Shoeing do. 14th April to 15th August	
Hay and oats do. 	
Oats do.        	
Shoeing Government horse, Kamloops	
Horse keep, July (20 days)	
Do.        August, September, October, and November (4 months)
Shoeing Government horse	
X.—RENT.
Vote No. 64.—Government House, Victoria.
Rent of ground, Section No. 75, to 29th September (6 months) ,
XI.—REVENUE SERVICES.
Vote No. 66.—Commission, &o.
Commission on Collections, School Tax	
Do. do	
Do. do.       July and August	
Do. do.        Lytton, May, June, and July
Do. do.        Cowichan, August	
Do. Marriage Licences	
Do.        as Assessor	
Do.       on Collections, Rock Creek	
Do. do.       Cariboo 	
Carried forward	
Arrears,
1878.
8  cts.
309 00
309 00
9  cts.
9 00
6 25
3 00
6 00
4 00
35 00
1 00
5 00
1 50
8 00
2 60
3 00
2 00
7 75
6 00
9 60
8 75
24 00
10 00
8 00
2 50
5 00
3 00
14 48
10 00
4 00
44 00
11 00
6 50
24 75
20 00
15 00
11 50
1 00
10 00
21 00
14 50
7 25
16 00
6 76
4 00
2 00
57 60
13 00
2 50
46 00
18 50
20 00
9 72
22 50
9 02
13 50
6 58
15 75
3 0C
10 OC
60 0C
1 50
290 77
310 66
22 62
209 20
62 60
83 60
100 00
119 62
35 84
1,174 71 58
Public Accounts, 1st July to 31st December, 1879,
1879
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
1878.
§  eta.
$   ets.
' §   cts.
Geo. Byrnes	
E. H. Bovill	
C. Phair	
M. O'Connor	
C. S. Windsor	
Edwd. Allen	
Geo. Byrnes	
Noah Shakespeare .
Caspar Phair	
T. McK. Lambly ...
Wm. Livingstone ..
M. O'Connor	
E. H. Sanders
John Camp	
H. M. Ball	
W. L. Jeffray ..
B. C. Express Co...
John Austen	
John Boyd	
A. Barlow	
Brown & Gillis.....
Geo. Wiggen	
ATeith & Borland   ..
Robt. Reid	
Porter & Hampton.
Gustave Hauck ....
E. Lie	
G. Stevens	
Mary Vine	
John Boyd	
John Austen	
R. A. Collins	
Robt. McLeese	
Brown & Gillis	
Steamer "Victoria"
Wm. Moorhead ....
Fred. Littler	
Veith* Borland....
John Henderson .
J. W. Williams...
S. Downes	
'Colonist" Office ..
'Standard" Office .
R. T. Williams.
T. N. Hibben & Co.
Geo. Jenkinson ....
K. Morris	
James K. Hockin...
"Standard" Office
Arthur Irvine .	
Henry Simpson	
" Free Press"......
Brought forward	
XL—REVENUE SERVICES.—Concluded.
Vote No. 66.—Commission, &c—Concluded.
309 00
Commission on Collections, Cariboo.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Cassiar.
Lillooet	
Clinton 	
Skeena  	
Lillooet District.
Cariboo	
Victoria 	
Lillooet	
Okanagan 	
Lillooet District.
Clinton	
Courts of Appeal.
Holding Court of Appeal and Revision	
Rent of room for do. 	
Holding Court of Appeal, Cariboo District.
Serving notice of assessment	
Travelling Expenses.
Expenses collecting (J. Lindsay)	
Meals do	
Meals and bed do	
Horse feed do	
Meals and bed do	
Horse hire do	
Expenses collecting, Snowshoe and Keithley Creeks	
Do. Thibert Creek (J. L. Crimp)	
Do. do. do	
'     Do. McDame Creek do	
Horse hire for W. Stevenson (Chinaman selling liquor without licence)
Horse hire, attending Court of Revision	
Meals for Assessor	
Do. 	
Meals and horse feed (Constable Archer)	
Do. do.  ,	
Do. do. 	
Board and lodging do. 	
Board and horse feed (McLeese)	
Boat hire and fare for horse, do	
Meals and bed (W. Stevenson)	
Boat hire do. 	
Horse hire, 19 days	
Meals, bed, and horse feed	
do. do.        (R. Jones)	
Buggy hire (Revenue Collector) 	
Meals and horse feed (McLeese)]	
Rent, Miscellaneous, &c.
Advertising notice to taxpayers	
Do.        Land Sales	
Do.        Land Tax Sales and Assessment Rolls	
Binding School Tax Books and Index	
Do.     2 large Assessment Books and 22 Licence Books .
Account for paper	
Rent of Toll House, 1J- months, to 30th June 	
1 cord wood for Toll House	
Rent of Toll House, 1\ months, to 1st November	
Advertising Assessment Roll and delinquent taxes	
Guide to Assessor (R. Jones), 10 day3	
Meals and bed do. 	
Advertising notices	
McKillican& Elford...
A. &"w. Wilson!'...!!!
W.P. Sayward.!'.!'.!!!
John Smith	
Huntington & Hughes
J. Huntington	
Kinsman & Styles	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.
Vote No. 68.—Works and Buildings.
Repairs to Government Buildings and Fences, Victoria.
Sundry repairs to Government Buildings, James' Bay	
; 2 new windows and painting, Victoria Gaol 	
Gutter and rain-water pipe do. 	
Repairing do. Public School	
; General work, James' Bay, July to November	
\ Lumber do. 	
: Sweeping chimneys (all departments), James' Bay	
Repairs to grates, and whitewashing, Supreme Court	
Repairs to Messenger's house, setting grates, &c, through buildings
Setting grate, io., in office of Superintendent of Education	
Carried forward	
309 00
1,174 71
304 75
120 00
100 57
64 07
61 25
414 70
30 25
111 00
6 30
5 14
36 44
12 50
10 00
5 0C
20 oc
5 00
12 00
1 00
4 00
3 00
10 00
8 00
21 00
10 00
7 50
10 00
33 00
15 00
2 00
2 00
10 60
15 00
11 00
14 50
12 00
20 00
4 00
16 00
57 00
15 00
5 00
7 50
3 00
2 50
35 00
10 00
62 25
38 75
35 00
18 00
3 50
30 00
75 00
20 00
1 50
19 50
107 62
19 00
7 00
12 45
35 58
15 07
49 00
22 00
324 00
7 00
2,441 68
40 00
351 00
i,161 68
598 72 43 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July to 31st December, 1879.
58a
TO WHOM PAID.
Thos. Fletcher...
A. Vipond	
Wm. Constantine
Eli Harrison	
E. Powers	
James Cunningham & Co.
Louis Page	
Vancouver Coal Co.
A. Mayer	
John Hilbert .
J. W. Stirtan .
John Holden..
Renwick&Co.
Str. " Reliance"
Edwin Peck ...
John James ..
John Murray .
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Verm No. 68.—Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Repairs to Government Buildings and Fences, Victoria.—Concluded.
Making brass keys for Supreme Court	
Do.    2 latch-keys, and 1 key for Post Office	
Re-covering well at Government House, and work at James' Bay .....
Setting light in Audit Office	
Laying sidewalk outside of Gaol yard	
Repairs to Government Buildings, New Westminster.
Stove-piping for Government Office, 1878	
Nails, twine, etc., do. 	
Repairs to Government Buildings, Nanaimo.
Sundry repairs to Gaol	
Paint and oil	
Powder, fuse, and caps (1877)...
Do. do.      (1878)...
Lime and ochre for Gaol	
Repairs to Gaol	
Do	
Do. and tools (1878).
Bolt, hasp, and staples for Gaol.
Repairs to Government Buildings, Tale.
Freight on lumber for Gaol	
Glazing windows      do	
Hanging sashes in Court room.
Repairs to Government Buildings, Cariboo.
M. S. Sessions	
H.M. Steel	
J.Irvine	
Calbreath, Grant & Cook
Felix Martin	
Josh. Evans	
Jacob Davis	
Wm. Goodridge.
E. F. Milby	
Peter McQuade .
David Leask.
P. Ellison .
J. Leveau .
Gray & Allison	
Robert Campbell	
P. Arnaud	
Str. " Wilson G. Hunt"
Gray & Allison	
B. D. Bullard	
Indian "Jackson".,
Smith & Eastman..
Indian "John"	
Indian "Jackson"..
John Mekin	
Indian "Napoleon"
C. O'Halloran	
Thos. Hoey	
Indian ,
Richard Hoey	
41
Labour securing Lock-up (2 days).
Repairs to do	
Repairs to Government Buildings, Cassiar.
Putting new roof on Gaol	
1,750 shakes for   do.      @$4.50$100.
Labour, lumber, and nails for Gaol —
Nails for Gaol 	
Repairs to Gaol	
Arrears,
1878.
8   cts.
Repairs to Government Buildings, Kootenay.
Lumber and clapboards	
Repairing stove	
Labour, 5£ days at $4 ^ diem'.
Nails	
Labour, 5 days @ §4 $ diem...
Metlakahtla Lock-up.
Material used in building.
Okanagan Lock-up.
Inspecting and reporting	
Contract for lock-up (balance in full)
Lunatic Asylum, New Westminster.
On account of contract, laying on water	
Superintending the work	
Meals for Surveyor-General, inspecting the work .
Passage and meals for do. do.
Balance due on contract 	
Extra work ordered by Chief Commissioner	
School-House, Lillooet.
Nails for School-house ...
Labour, 8 days	
4 pairs windows 	
Labour, 4 days	
5000 bricks 	
5000 shingles	
Labour, 16| days	
Hauling lumber	
Team hire and 600 bricks.
Labour, 3 days  	
do.   14     ,	
Carried forward.
25 62
52 81
64 26
422 87
900 98
* cts.
698 72
1.50
1 76
16 95
1 00
42 70
25 62
2 50
27 17
1 50
52 81
26 43
6 00
5 00
28 50
64 25
3 00
1 50
3 50
2 50
8 00
12 00
28 00
78 75
85 65
12 80
44 80
12 00
10 00
22 00
3 00
20 00
16 00
670 86
2 50
12 00
23 00
5 00
75 00
50 00
16 76
50 00
48 00
3 75
42 00
328 00
9   Cts.
662 62
28 12
214 66
7 60
20 00
67 00
422 87
686 86
1,302 26
3,660 88 58b
Public Accounts, 1st July to 31st December, 1879.
1879
TO WHOM PAID.
Indian "Jackson"...
John 0. Swart	
G. Bertrand	
Smith & Eastman...
A. B. Ferguson	
Hy. Featherstone ...
C. O'Halloran	
F. W. Foster	
John Mekin	
Indian	
Henry Carrel	
T. P. Johnston & Co.
Wm. Constantino ...
J. S. Drummond	
John Weiler	
Geo. Galer	
A. &W. Wilson	
John Hilbert	
Imperial Insurance Co...
North Brit. & Mercantile
Scottish Commercial..
Commercial Union	
McKillicanft Elford..
Huntington & Hughes
Wm. Constantine ....
A. & W.Wilson	
Eli Harrison	
W. P. Sayward	
Mary Ann Barry..
Wm. Baker	
M. Rowland	
R. Brown	
Mrs Calvert	
R. Graham	
Mrs. Helgesen	
R. Brown	
W. Snider	
W. Baker	
H. Simpson	
J. W. Williams....
Chas. Bird	
W. Baker	
Henry Simpson...
Mitchell & Dawson
T. C. Jones	
J. W. Williams....
Wm. Smith	
Willis Bond	
Wm. Hassard	
W. P. Sayward....
John Nicholson...
»j
»
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Vote No. 68.—Works and Buildings.—Concluded.
School-House, Lillooet—Concluded.
Labour, 14J days	
do.   and lumber 	
do.   8£ days	
Lining and sewing	
Lumber	
Nails; trowel, and chalk-line 	
Hauling lumber	
Lights, etc. g	
2000 shingles	
Carrying telegram and packing tools 	
Victoria School Reserve.
Constructing drain, per contract No. 31	
Improvement of Government Reserve.
1 pair shears	
Lawn hurdles 	
Furniture, Government Offices.
Stove and fixing, Attorney-General's Office 	
Furniture, linoleum, and blinds, Supreme Court 	
Desk, Attorney-General's Office	
Sundry articles for Government Offices	
Furniture, Nanaimo 	
Insurance of Government Buildings.
Premium on sundry Policies	
Do. do. 	
Do. do.	
Do. do. 	
Vote No. 69.—Government House, Victoria.
Repairs to Government House	
Do. do. 	
Bath and pump	
Repairing do	
Setting 11 lights of glass	
Repairs to Fencing.
Lumber for fencing	
Vote No. 70.—Roads, Streets, and Bridges.
Victoria City District,
Purchase of part of Section 11, Spring Ridge	
Victoria District.
Repairs to Pollock and Spence's Road, and Mount Tolmie cross road
Do.     Craigflower and Burnside roads	
Do.     Brown's road	
Meal for Surveyor-General and feed for horse	
Do. do. do. 	
Do.   and bed.     do. do. 	
Additional repairs to Brown's cross road	
Repairs to road, Swan Lake to Royal Oak	
Do.     Wain's cross road, contract 14	
Do.     East Saanich road       ,,      15	
Buggy hire, Surveyor-General, inspecting roads	
Repairing cross road to North Saanich School, contract 13	
Putting in 2 culverts      do. do. 	
Repairs to Durance road 	
Extra work on East Saanich road	
Repairs to the Telegraph Road, South Saanich	
Boat to Point Ellice bridge (Surveyor-General)	
Hauling gravel	
Repairs to bridge, Swan Lake	
Hauling 3 loads plank to do '.	
Superintending repairs    do	
3 inch plank for do	
Repairs to West Saanich road, contract 11	
Do.     East Saanich road,       do.    16	
Do. do. do.    17	
Do. do. do.    18	
Carried forward	
Arrears,
1878.
9   cts.
900 98
$ cts.
21 75
138 00
21 25
20 73
06 74
21 50
50 01
3 85
20 00
2 00
3 00
43 25
37 50
136 62
55 00
48 25
6 25
713 00
250 75
293 37
100 00
70 75
20 00
74 84
7 75
299 00
27 00
50 00
1 00
1 50
2 00
25 00
40 00
200 00
450 00
35 00
189 00
14 00
80 00
SO 00
100 00
1 50
9 00
6 00
6 00
8 75
34 38
244 00
649 00
177 00
153 00
900 981 2,732 13
$   cts.
46 25
1,357 12
6,186 20
183 14
223 49
225 00
225 00 43 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July to 31st December, 1879.
58c
TO WHOM PAID.
John Nicholson
Wm. Constantine .
A. J. Bennett	
Chas. Bird	
Wm. Hassard	
M. Rowland	
A. Copeland	
Fielding Spotts ...
Henry Young	
Martin Dodd	
Thos. Elford	
James Baker	
Wm. Foot	
John Thomas	
Wm. Snider	
Peter Imrie	
John Porter	
A. Verdier	
P. Gilligan	
R. Copeland	
Mrs. Helgesen ..
S. Morrow	
J. Baker	
A. Weir	
J. W. Williams..
S. Morrow	
Richd. Graham .
S. Morrow	
Wm. Thomson	
A. Peatt	
Wm. Cartwright..
Alex. Fulton	
John H. Scaf e	
Wm. Thomson	
Mrs. Helgesen
Mrs. Calvert	
R. Maltby	
J. Stewart	
G. F. Hawkins	
D. McKenzie	
Wm. Baker	
Alex. Fulton	
S. Morrow	
Joseph Gayette ...
Wm. Whitmarsh..
Wm. Constantine .
M. Muir	
James Gray	
M. Dodd	
A. H. Peatt	
Borde & Morley.
Geo. Dutnall	
W. Hassard.
P. Imrie	
McGirr & Hillier.
Marshall Bros	
Chas. Blake	
John Morley	
Str. "Cariboo Fly".
John McLay	
Ashdown H. Green.
John Morley	
Henry Fry	
John Bennett	
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS— Continued.
Vote No. 70.—Roads, Streets, and Bridges.—Continued.
Victoria District.—Concluded.
Repairs to East Saanich Road, contract 19	
Extra work on the "Companies' Hill"	
Road stakes for Surveyor-General	
Repairs to Newton's bridge	
Labour on East Saanich road	
Replacing broken plank to Point Ellice bridge	
Repairs to bridge and hauling gravel, Burnside road.
Do.     Mount Newton bridge, North Saanich ....
Filling holes with gravel on road to Elk Lake	
Repairs to Saanich road, at Anderson's	
Replacing culverts on Craigflower and Gorge road	
Putting in new culvert on Foul Bay road	
On account of contract, Sleigh road to Gordon Head .
Repairs to Foot's road	
Removing fallen tree on Saanich road ;	
Repairing "Companies Hill"	
Inspecting and superintending road work (6 months) .
Repairs to Gorge road	
Do.     Brown and Verdier's cross road	
Esquimalt District.
Labour on Esquimalt road	
Work with horse and cart on do	
Do. do. do ;	
Board and lodging for Surveyor-General	
Repairs to Metchosin road	
Do.     Hawkins' rd., Albert Hd., & Happy Valley, contracts 5, 7,10
Do.     Road from Parker's to Gleed's, contract 8	
Hire of buggy for Surveyor-General	
Staking out Otter Point Road	
Meals and horse feed (Surveyor-General)	
Repairs to Sooke road, contract 22  	
Do.     Trail, Vine's to Sooke Harbour, contract 23	
Constructing bridge on Metchosin road ,,      25	
Material and labour, repairs to bridge on Metchosin road	
Making 2 new culverts on Sooke trail	
Cutting down hill near 4-Mile House, contract 29  	
Repairs to road from Foster's to Scafe's	
Balance on account of contract 25	
Meals, bed, and horse hire (Surveyor-General)	
Do. do. do. 	
Repairs to road, Highland district	
Do.     Stewart's road, do. 	
Colwood road,  do.        	
Parson's bridge to Tannery, contract 9 	
Junction of Sooke road to Parson's bridge, contract 28 ..
Parson's bridge to 4-Mile House (2nd instalment) 	
Inspecting Otter Point sleigh road	
Construction of sleigh road from Sooke road to Otter Point (Contract 26)
Repairing Government landing stage, Esquimalt	
Making road stakes for Surveyor-General	
Repairs to Sooke road, from Bridge to School	
Replacing boom on Sooke River, chains, etc	
Labour on Metchosin road	
Repairs to Craigflower bridge	
Do.      Belmont road, and cutting fallen timber	
Sharpening tools	
Repairs to culvert and bridge at Albert Head	
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Victoria and Esquimalt Districts—Bridge Repairs.
Superintending Bridge repairs	
Shoal Harbour Wharf.
Superintending construction of wharf	
Contract for building do	
Cowichan District.
Repairing road on Cowichan Flats	
Meals for Messrs. Gore and Morley	
2 saddle horses and 4 days board and lodging for Surveyor-General ..
Passage and meals for Surveyor-General, to Cowichan 	
Repairing 2 bridges on road from Cowichan to Kokasailah 	
Inspecting and laying out road work	
Horse hire, posting notices for tenders	
Do. do. do. and getting Contracts signed .
Repairs to Cowichan River Bridge, on account, contract 32	
Do.       do.       balance,    do.   	
Carried forward.
Arrears,
1878.
9   cts.
900 98
900 98
9   cts.
2,732 13
225 00
202 50
4 50
2 60
6 00
4 00
12 00
12 00
35 00
12 00
20 00
8 00
100 00
50 00
2 50
50 00
150 00
60 00
50 00
10 00
44 00
16 00
6 00
130 00
409 00
340 00
30 00
22 00
1 50
115 00
135 00
100 00
5 60
10 00
100 00
100 00
75 09
2 CO
2 00
50 00
30 00
40 00
110 00
158 00
550 00
8 00
770 00
40 00
3 75
35 00
52 00
40 00
5 00
35 00
3 00
9 00
26 00
874 00
100 00
1 60
21 00
5 00
25 00
38 33
5 00
10 00
200 00
125 00
530 83
9  cts.
225 00
3,728 18
3,691 75
70 00
900 00
8,514 88 58d
Public Accounts, 1st July to 81st December, 1879.
1879
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
James Love.
George Jones ...
Kier & Bell	
R. White	
Henry Fry	
Henry Marriner
Blythe & Evans.
Pay Sheet	
A. J. McMillan.
Jos. Akenhead
J. Hirst	
J. H. Pleace ...
Jas. Tamblyn ..
J. W. Brunton.
Saml. Fiddick..
C. W. Horth...
M. A. Colmer	
A. Mayer	
John Q. Romano.
A. Mayer	
David Hoggan ...
Renwick & Co	
M. Wilkinson....
John Holden	
C. W. Horth	
A. McKinlay...
David Hoggan .
Chas. Stewart..
Jas. Akenhead
J. Van Bremer.
T. Dupuy	
Saml. Shaw	
A. Fuller	
John Hirst	
M. Wilkinson..
G. B. Lockway	
John Hirst	
John Enos	
A. Mayer	
C. Carpenter	
Jas. Akenhead	
Indian "Jim"	
A. G. Home & Son.
Robt. Hall	
G. B. Lockway	
John Hirst	
Vancouver Coal Co.
C. W. Horth	
John Hirst	
W. M. Flewett	
A. G. Home & Son
J. H. Pleace ...
C. Carpenter...
Thos. McGuffie.
C. W. Horth...
A. McKinlay...
David Hoggan.
Pay Sheet.
Vancouver Coal Co.
Renwick &Horne..
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Vote No. 70.—Roads, Streets, and Bridges.—Continued.
Cowichan District.—Concluded.
Repairs to road from Harris' wharf to the "Flats," contract 7	
Do. (additional)       do.                     do.           on account, of damage
Do.      road from Sayward's Mill to Cowichan, contract 34	
Constructing new road from Parsonage to Priest's house, contract 37
Filling in rock, and fixing two booms at the bridge	
Inspecting Public Works	
Repairs to roads (Contract 36)	
Do. (      „      33)	
Nanaimo District.
Government road party on Nanaimo River road	
Building new bridge across Nanaimo River, as per contract	
Provisions for party on Nanaimo River road	
Do. do. Nanaimo-Victoria road	
Tools supplied	
Do. Wellington road	
1 marine clock, Nanaimo River road	
1 cross-cut saw, Nanaimo-Victoria road	
Teaming on Nanaimo River road	
Do.       Nanaimo-Victoria road	
Do.        Wellington-Nanaimo road	
Twill sheeting, and making tent-fly for Nanaimo River road party..
Provisions for Nanaimo River road party	
Do. do. do	
3 wheel-barrows, Wellington do	
Beef supplied Nanaimo River       do.       	
Smith's work do. do	
Rebuilding corduroy u.iJge across Nanaimo River	
Smith's work, repairing tools	
Teaming on Nanaimo-Wellington road	
Do.        Nanaimo-Victoria road	
Milk and butter for Nanaimo River road party	
Beef and vegetables do. do	
Butter do. do	
Beef do. do	
Conveying road party to Nanoose	
Teaming on Englishman's River road	
Repairing bridge, etc., on Nanaimo-Victoria road	
Vegetables for Nanaimo River road party	
Provisions do. do	
Potatoes do. do	
Do. Harewood Lake      do	
Beef Englishman's Riv. do	
Provisions        Harewood Lake      do	
Do. Englishman's Riv. do	
Do. do	
Lumber for Nanaimo River bridge	
Beef for Harewood Lake road party	
Canoe hire for Government Agent, to Gabriola Island	
Provisions for South Wellington road party	
Do. do. do	
Contract for repairs to bridge on Englishman's River road	
Beef and vegetables	
Cutting out fallen timber on Englishman's River trail 	
25 lbs. powder	
Teaming on Nanaimo-Wellington road	
Do.        Nanaimo-Victoria       do	
Do.        Englishman's River   do.	
Do.        Nanaimo-Wellington do	
Provisions for Englishman's River road party	
Passage to Gabriola Island and back	
Provisions for South Wellington road party	
Do. Departure Bay do. 	
Tools and nails	
Lumber for Wellington road	
Passage of foreman to Gabriola Island	
Teaming on Wellington road	
Do.     shifting camp	
Milk for Nanaimo River road party	
Blasting powder, Gabriola Island roads	
Beef and vegetables for Departure Bay road party	
Do. do.        Nanaimo River       do	
Labour do. do.      July	
Do. do. do.      August'	
Do. do. do.      September	
Do. Gabriola Island     do.       October	
Do. do. do	
Do, Nanaimo-Victoria do.       November	
Blasting powder, Gabriola Island road	
Repairing tools (3 months)	
Corned forward.,
530 83
380 00
25 00
83 00
190 00
30 00
62 50
103 00
295 00
905 98
577 16
250 00
30 80
65 01
66 00
3 75
6 00
6 00
88 75
73 00
24 00
6 53
44 44
83 62
15 00
50 00
12 97
30 00
10 60
114 00
15 00
14 25
27 65
9 00
20 57
20 00
17 50
50 00
4 25
49 99
3 76
1 25
25 40
8 32
11 25
23 75
12 78
11 42
6 00
25 92
35 82
40 00
41 50
20 00
6 00
87 00
3 00
6 00
129 00
85 05
2 00
25 72
26 42
18 12
19 46
9 00
24 00
13 00
1 87
1 60
19 45
2 5C
364 89
354 04
368 33
423 00
262 8£
33 31
24 8C
9 87
5,514 88
1,699 3
4,271 16
14,485 37 it Vic
Public Accounts, 1st July to 31st Decembek, 1879.
58e
TO WHOM PAID.
Pay Sheet	
J. D. Barry	
Joseph Spratt	
Pay Sheet	
A. Milligan	
John Wilson	
Pay Sheet	
John Wilson	
Indian	
Robt. Cliff	
Pay Sheet	
Thos. Conroy	
Pay Sheet	
A. Casselman	
Pay Sheet	
R. Jamieson	
Thomas Seward	
J. Palmer	
J. Mclntyre	
H.Blackford	
McKay & Co	
J. Mclntyre	
J. Boucherat	
W. Mclntyre ,
O. Grimmer	
V. Lafour 	
D. McDonald	
C. McLane	
D. Hughes	
S. Farmer	
J. McCully	
J. Saul	
F. W. Foster	
H. Chenhall	
D. Smith	
S. H. Mark	
J. Robinson	
G. Slater 	
A. Robinson	
C. McLane	
E. Hill	
U. Nelson	
Pay Sheet	
A. Stevenson 	
A. J. Newland	
F. J. Barnard	
W. Tinline	
Pay Sheet	
Oppenheimer & Co	
N. Black	
P. Finck	
Hudson's Bay Co	
H. B. Dart	
C. E. Ronibrot	
N. Goyette	
Pay Sheet	
*>      »      	
Thos. Conway	
A. W. Wallace	
J. B. Quinett	
J. Montgomery	
Pay Sheet	
J. Pearson	
H. B. Dart	
J. A. Newland	
Kimball & Gladwin	
U. Nelson	
J. B. Leighton	
J. A. Newland	
Mrs. Marshall	
Pay Sheet	
J» 31 ■"■	
») »  |
S. Downes & Co !
Pay Sheet	
J. C. Beedy	
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward	
XII.^PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Vote No. 70.—Roads, Streets, and Bridges.—Continued.
Comox District.
Labour	
Drayage	
Use of jack screws, 17 days	
Labour 	
Do.    17 days	
Nails, bolts, etc	
Labour 	
Freight on packages	
Labour, saving pile-driver  	
Do.     cutting timber and saving bridge from fire
Main Trunk Road.
Labour, section 4	
Do. 4	
Do. 5	
Do. 5	
Do. 2	
Pair of horses and harness
Barley	
Hav.
Tools and provender	
Smith's work ,	
Horse feed, section 2	
Tools, rope, and provender, section 2	
Axes and horse medicine  	
Horse feed	
Labour, clearing water-ways, section 3   	
Do. do. 	
Do. do. 	
Do. do. 	
Do. do. 	
Do. do. 	
Smith's work, repairs to cart, and provender, section i
Harness and repairs do.
Drilling for tents, tools, etc	
Making tents	
Wintering horses, grain, etc	
Labour  	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Cook   	
Drilling for tents, and tools	
Labour seection 2   	
Horse hire ,,       2  	
Horse feed ,,       2   	
Do. „       2  	
Carrots „       2   	
Labour ,,       1   	
Spikes ,,        1   	
Horse hire ,,      1  	
Hav ,,       1   	
Oats „       1   	
Hay and coal oil ,,       1   	
Hay, barley, and carrots ,,       1   	
Pasturage for horse ,,       1   	
Labour ,,       2   	
Do. „       2   	
Do. „       4  	
Do. „       4   	
Potatoes ,,       5   	
Labour ,,       5   	
Sharpening tools ,,       5	
Labour „       2	
Freight on spikes ,,       2   	
Horse feed ,,       2   	
Do. „       2   	
Freight on cart, drayage ,,       2  	
Do. do. „       2   	
Leading horses, Cache Ck,,       2  	
Horse feed, 4 days ,,       2   	
Do.       2   „" „       2   	
Labour ,,       2  	
Do. „       2  	
Do. „       2	
Do. „       4  	
Provisions, ,,       4   	
Laboui, „       5	
Horse und man, ,,      5   	
Arrears,
1878.
$   cts,
905 98
t
Carried forward.
$   cts.
905 98
103 00
1 OC
17 00
101 25
51 00
27 75
195 00
2 76
7 60
10 00
247 99
7 00
428 98
72 00
772 30
650 00
46 96
26 31
49 47
40 25
43 96
9 04
15 00
900
14 00
45 50
27 00
24 00
27 00
39 00
96 82
24 00
45 93
15 00
100 00
27 00
27 00
26 00
27 00
27 00
17 31
50 72
1,178 50
20 00
3 00
2 50
4 06
932 27
10 00
10 oo
27 66
8 03
18 62
7 90
8 00
1,189 00
1,153 00
269 61
24 00
4 65
16 00
1 60
81 00
1 00
1 50
3 00
11 60'
10 00
500
6 00
2 00
75 00
976 55
9 00
277 39
56 04
262 24
4 00
9,646 46
16,001 98 58f
Public Accounts, 1st July to 31st December, 1879.
1879
TO WHOM PAID.
A. Munro	
Fletcher & McNaughton
Pay Sheet	
Peter Fisk	
George Coxon	
W. L. Alexander	
B. C. Express Co	
Douglas & Co	
H. B. Co	
Oppenheimer Bros	
James Stott	
Marvin & Co	
Wm. McKitrick	
J. Mundorf	
F. W. Foster	
Mrs. E. Marshall	
A. Hautier	
Pay Sheet	
RW. Foster!'.'.!!'.'.!!!;
James Murie	
E. E. Bligh	
John Murray	
P. Morin	
A. Stephenson	
H.Blackford	
B. C. Telegraph Co	
J. Boucherat	
John Mclntyre	
John McKay & Co	
W. T. Milross	
John Boyd	
I. B. Nason	
Bohanon Estate	
W. W. Dodd	
John Peebles	
Jos. Montgomery	
Estate of S. Smith	
Estate of Bohanon	
Van Volkenburg Bros...
John Boyd	
Pay Sheet	
A. Munro	
A. Castleman	
B. C. Express Co	
Mason & Daly	
Fletcher & McNaughton
J. Girod	
A. Carson	
A. Barlow	
Robt. Pacey	
Bohanon Estate	
A. Carson	
A. Barlow	
Robert Pacey	
Bohanon Estate	
John Girod ,
John Peebles	
S. H. Bohanon	
Van Volkenburg	
R. K. Evans	
I. B. Nason	
Devlin & Rodenbach	
Mason & Daly 	
Fletcher & McNaughton.
John Boyd .,	
Josh. Walters	
Pay Sheet	
John Cameron	
Robert Pacey	
A. Barlow	
A. Carson	
A. Casselman	
A. Munro	
Gavin Hamilton ,
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward	
XIL—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Vote No. 70.—Roads, Streets, and Bridges.—Continued.
Main Trunk Road.—Continued.
Labour, Section 5	
Do.   and horse hire   ,,     5	
Provisions, ,,     5	
Labour, .,     1 	
Hay, „     1	
Horse feed, ,,     1	
Hay, „     1	
Horse feed, ,,     1	
Repairs to harness,        ,,     1	
Hay, oats, and barley,   ,,     1	
Powder, fuse, etc., ,,     1	
Smith's work, ,,     1, June and July	
Do. ,,     1, August	
Labour and material painting Alexandria Bridge	
1 dump cart, Section 2	
Horse feed, ,,     2	
1 oilstone, ,,     2	
Horse feed, ,,     2	
Hauling logs, ,,     2	
Labour, ,,     2	
Do.     Cache Creek Bridge and bulkhead, Section 2	
Wheelbarrow and sundries,  Section 2	
Lumber, Cache Creek Bridge,     ,,     2	
Smith's work,        do. ,,     2	
Hay and barley ,,     2	
Do. „     2	
Horse hire (3 months) ,,     2	
Smith's work, „     2	
Telegrams, ,,     2	
Rope, ,,     2	
Axes, spikes, and nails, „     2	
Sundries (3 months) „     2	
Horse feed     „ ,,     2	
Repairing truck, ,,     5	
Horse feed, ,,     5	
260 ft. plank, „     5	
Horse feed, ,,     5	
Potatoes, ,,     5	
Sharpening tools, & ironwork,   ,,     5	
Do. do. ,,     5	
1 new shovel, ,,     5	
Horse feed, „     5	
Flour and beef, ,,     5	
Oats, hay, and beef (May) ,,      5	
Do. do.     (July) „     5	
Labour, n     5	
Do. „     5	
Do. „     5	
Exchange in trade of horses,      ,,     4	
Oats, „     5	
Provisions, „     5	
Do. „      5	
Do. „     5	
Smith's work, ,,     5	
Beef and mutton, .,     5	
Meals and bed, ,,     5	
Provisions, ,,     5	
Smith's work, ,,     5	
Beef, ,,     5	
Hay, potatoes, and meals, ,,     5	
Beef and oats, ,,     5	
Do. „     5	
Repairing harness and tools,      „     5 ,
Hay and oats, ,,     5	
Beef and mutton, ,,     5	
Freight, * „     5,.  	
Lumber (3 and 4 in. plank),        ,,     5	
Nails, „     5	
Oats, ,,     5	
Provisions, ,,     5	
Do. „     5.	
Do. „     5	
Milk, „     5	
Labour, ,,     5	
Do. „     5	
Provisions, ,,     5	
Do. „     5	
Repairs to cart and wheels,        ,,     5	
Labour, ,,     5	
Do.   and 810 ft. cribbing,       „     5	
Shoeing horses. „     	
Carried forward	
Arrears,
1878.
$   cts.
905 98
$   cts.
9,646 45
10 50
27 00
4 50
660 11
9 80
3 00
5 44
25 89
13 00
39 09
23 75
15 00
45 50
350 00
95 00
1 00
1 00
1 60
8 00
398 50
729 60
15 00
721 00
45 50
31 64
7 30
30 00
28 00
4 87
8 70
42 00
75 54
47 96
3 50
18 61
15 60
33 24
21 36
19 25
4 50
2 25
84 90
22 87
20 47
25 31
605 41
14 00
8 00
75 00
7 00
54 75
81 51
13 25
28 80
17 44
25 27
26 95
5 76
5 50
16 42
13 47
8 43
21 75
85 SO
24 38
20 00
100 00
3 75
13 00
28 80
29 58
53 57
11 81
151 76
5 25
9 18
16 04
33 00
16 00
40 50
4 00
9  cts.
16,001 62
906 981   '•?■'•'•■' 021  16,001 6S 43 Vic.        . Public Accounts, 1st July to 31st December, 1879.
58a
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Vote No. 70.—Roads, Streets, and Bridges.—Continued.
Main Trunk Road.—Continued.
A. Barlow	
B. C. Telegraph Co..
Pay Sheet	
A. Carson	
H. B. Co	
H. B. Co	
Joseph Allard	
B. C. Express Co	
John Pickley	
Robert McLeese	
Louis Cusson	
Alex. Clink	
James Reid	
Edgar Marvin	
Pay Sheet	
Isaac Saul	
Mrs Pratt	
Nelson Hunt	
M. O'Connor	
W.Boyd	
L. L. Peatt	
Wm. Keatley	
Robt. McLeese	
John McCully	
Pay Sheet	
Robert McLeese	
B. C. Express Co	
Gavin Hamilton —
D. Murphy	
Wm. Boyd	
Pay Sheet	
R. Bennett	
Alex Clink	
J. Girod	
Bohannan Estate ...
J. Girod	
Pay Sheet	
P. Svnon 	
A. H. Wallace	
Joseph Brown	
Pay Sheet	
Charles Frank	
I. B. Nason	
Thomas Mitchell	
AhChee	
Ah Kin	
Pay Sheet	
T. G. Earle	
J. C. Barnes	
Pay Sheet	
1, 5, 	
Indian "Tom"	
W. L. Alexander....
Peter Fink	
H. B. Dart	
H. B. Co	
Oppenheimer Bros...
Pay Sheet	
Wm. Tinline	
John Mclntyre	
John McKay & Co...
A. Stevenson	
E. E. Bligh	
B. C. Express Co	
H. Blackford	
S. M. Nelson	
J. A. Newland	
Marshall & Smith ...
Win. Mclntyre	
Yerxa & Stephenson
James Campbell ....
Wm. Mclntyre	
H. Hautz	
S. M. Nelson	
Oppenheimer Bros..
Beef and vegetables, Section 4 .
Charges on chisel, ,,      4 .
Labour, September, ,,      4 .
Smith's work, ,,      4 .
12-in. chisel, ,,      4 .
1 cross-cut saw, ,,      4 .
Hauling load of tools,
Charges on broad axe,
Labour, Barkerville road,
Provisions and tools,
Freight on       do.
Beef and horse feed,
Beef and vegetables,
Ham, chalk lines, and padlock
1 broad axe,
Labour,
Hay and barley,
Hay, oats, and bran,
Labourer,
Postage,
Horse hire,
Hay and oats,
Rebuilding bridge,
Hay and oats,
Sharpening tools,
Labour, June,
Hay and grain,
Oats,
Grain, sharpening tools, etc.,
Do.
Do.
Oats,
Barley,
Horse hire,
Labour, July,
Do.     August,
Do.
do.'
do.
Provisions,
Horse feed,
Provisions,
Labour, 1st to 4th October,
Cutting fallen timber,
Hay,
Keep of horse,
Labour, 1st to 20th October,
Carrying message to Cottonwd.
Error in lumber bill,
Lumber for cart shed,
Payment of Chinese voucher,
Do. do.
Labour, September,
Barley,
Hire of mule,
Labour, September,
Foreman and labourers, Sept.
Labourers, October,
Packing,
Hay,
Do.
Pasture of horses,
Pitch, tar, and canvas,
Nails and bolts,
Labour, October,
Horse feed,
Sundries,
Horse feed,
Horse hire,
Smith's work,
Horse feed,
Smith's work,
Stabling and horse feed,
Horse feed,
Horse feed,
Hay pnd stabling,
Smith -work,
Shovel and pick handle,
Stabling, June,
Planking Nicomin bridge,
Stabling and horse feed,
Broad axe,
3 June...
3 July ...
3 August.
3 do. .
3	
4	
4	
5	
1	
1 (1878) .
2(  ..   )■
1	
2	
2	
2	
2	
1	
1	
1	
1	
1	
1	
1	
2	
2	
Arrears,
1878.
$   cts.
905 98
9   cts.
123 04
140 31
15,118 02
38 72
50
412 77
70 75
2 50
6 00
2 00
2 50
33 92
161 05
18 00
108 61
7 15
10 75
5 00
703 17
20 52
45 25
3 00
3 00
40 00
5 42
15 00
22 14
20 60
567 32
7 72
88 16
21 56
34 59
108 95
11 31
9 00
10 00
699 85
417 22
10 00
11 90
78 65
34 44
20 21
16 96
4 00
6 00
2 00
367 58
3 00
6 00
18 00
123 04
140 31
270 00
21 00
31 25
563 50
435 00
570 90
75
3 75
69 00
15 00
45 76
5 00
721 70
3 00
73 15
22 65
10 00
13 00
10 39
4 00:
6 00
2 00
1 50
16 47
3 50
3 00
7 50
108 10
59 02
5 00
9   cts.
Carried forward II   1,169 33' 22,635 001  15,00162
15,001 62 58h
Public Accounts, 1st July to 31st December-, 1879.
1879
TO WHOM PAID.
James A. Newland	
Yerxa & Stephenson ...
B. C. Express Co	
S. M. Nelson	
James Chapman	
Yerxa & Stephenson	
James Stott	
C. A. Semlin	
J. A. Newland	
James Campbell	
A. Stephenson	
John Mclntyre	
John Dowling	
J. A. Newland	
John McCully 	
James Campbell	
Yerxa & Stephenson....
E. Pearson & Co	
Marshall & Smith	
A. Stephenson 	
S. M. Nelson	
John Mclntyre	
E. Blygh	
Joseph E. Smith	
John Pollard	
W.Walker	
Pay Sheet	
jj      M     	
Wm. Boyd!!.'..!."!!!!
F. W. Foster	
Neil McArthur	
John Wright	
J. W.Mosely	
Pay Sheet	
Joseph Hawkins	
James Patterson	
Pay Sheet	
B. C. Express Co	
H. Bay Company	
Bohanon Estate	
W. A. Johnson	
Robert Pacey	
Mason & Daly	
C. P. O'Neil	
Postmaster	
W. A. Franklin	
Alex. Murchinson	
Stmr. " Wilson G. Hunt
W. R. Lewis	
J. Lawrence	
W. McColl&Co	
F. Courtney	
W. Johnson	
George Hutton	
James Copland	
George Brown	
James S. Gray	
John Gallagher	
William Holmes	
Walter Blackie	
James Copland	
George Brown	
L. F. Bonson	
Pay Sheet	
j?g. wirth!!!!!!!!!.'!!
H. B.Co	
C. Gallowr.y	
Pay Sheet	
E. E. Bligh	
Pay Sheet	
J. Mclntyie	
A. Coutlee	
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Vote No. 70.—Roads, Streets, and Bridges.—Continued.
Main Trunk Road.—Concluded.
Section
Horse feed,
Smith-work,
Horse feed, ,,
Stabling and horse feed, ,,
Lumber, „
Smith-work, ,,
Bolts, Cache Creek bridge, ,,
Hay and grain, Aug. and Sept. ,,
Do.         August, ,,
Bran and sundries, ,,
Horse hire, ,,
Hay and sundries, ,,
Hay and barley, ,,
Barley and lumber, ,,
Smith-work, ,,
Sundries, ,,
Smith-work, ,.
Freight to Cache Creek, ,,
Stabling and horse feed, ,,
Horse hire, ,,
Stabling, ,,
Hay,
Smith-work, ,,
Hay and oats, ,,
Do. „
Do. „
Labour, 1st to 30th Sept., ,,
Do.     lstto3lstOctr., „
Do.     1st to 12th Novr., „
Horse hire, ,,
Blankets, &c ,,
Barley, ,,
Hay and grain, ,,
Do. „
Labour, August, „
Labour, „
Do.
Do.     Quesnelle Bridge, ,,
Hay and grain,   do. ,,
Rope and nails,   do. ,,
Provisions, September, „
Lumber, ,,
Hay and oats, ,,
Do. „
Smith's work, ,,
Stamps, ,,
New Westminster District.
Carriage of tent and tools to steamer 	
On account of contract, Coast Meridian Road 	
Fare and meals, to New Westminster and back (Surveyor-General) .
Fare and freight, November, 1878, to March, 1879	
Repairing bridge and clearing timber	
Rope, axe, and files	
Labour, raising Ladner's Landing	
Do.     Johnson's trail, 3 days	
Repairing Burrard Inlet Road, 18 days	
do. do. 20   „     	
do. do. 161 „     	
Semiahmoo Trail, 2l" ,,     	
New Westr. and Hastings Rd. 26   ,,     	
Clearing timber, North Road,    6   ,,     	
Shoeing horses	
Repairing Burrard Inlet Road, 12 davs	
do.       N. W. & Hastings Rd.12   „"    	
Superintending repairs to bridges	
Sundry repairs to roads	
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Yale District.
Labour, Nicola and Similkanieen Road, May .
Do. do. do.    June
Groceries, provisions, and tinware   	
Provisions, tools, &c	
Bacon and oats	
Labour on Nicola Road	
Blacksmithing	
Labour, Micola Road	
Shovels 	
Horse feed	
Arrears,
1878.
$   cts.
S   cts.
22,635 00
8 00
4 50
10 55
9 32
5 00
24 75
56 70
51 68
57 02
4 22
10 00
8 87
4 40
30 58
1 00
8 80
3 50
16 00
2 50
10 00
4 50
3 01
4 00
21 00
3 25
2 50
368 50
331 75
110 50
10 00
23 75
17 73
2 68
3 00
833 69
8 00
8 00
148 05
46 80
36 00
68 27
300 56
45 73
34 37
4 75
1 00
1 50
154 65
3 50
14 00
5 00
4 75
12 37
7 50
45 00
60 00
41 25
52 50
58 25
15 00
3 00
30 00
30 00
133 40
99 16
95 00
231 25
26 33
£4 13
23 00
129 00
15 75
156 00
7 00
2 00
9     cts.
16,001 61
25,403 78
760 8S
Carried forward.
II    1,169 83'
709 46!   41,166 ii 4& Vic. Public Accounts, 1st July to 31st December, 1&T9.
58i
TO WHOM PAID.
R. Hamilton	
Pay Sheet	
E. Eask	
C. E. Rombrot	
Kimball & Gladwin.
John Jane	
Pay Sheet	
Thomas Shwartz.
A. Coutlee	
George Fenton	
E. E. Bligh	
M. Mickle	
John Murray	
Pay Sheet	
Walker & Bowes ..
J. G. Wirth	
H. B. Co	
Charles Galloway .
Charles Dixon
James Newland...
Donald Fraser	
Wm. Fortune ...
James Mcintosh .
Pay Sheet	
Edward Shuchel..
H. Bay Company..
Pay Sheet	
W. S. Church	
Mara & Wilson	
W. H. Sandford...
Donald Fraser
Louis Campbell...
Geo. B. Martin	
Martin Nelson	
Wm. Bristol	
John H. Bears	
John G. Wirth
Pay Sheet	
Allan Walker	
George Lynn	
George Champagne...
Robert Lambly	
Indian "Charley"	
Francis Walker	
Edward Home	
James Aird	
Herman Wichers	
T. McK. Lambly	
Pierre Blondeau	
O'Keefe & Greenhow .
Geo. Wallace	
F. W. Foster....
J. Patterson ....
E. Charters	
D. McCullum ...
J. Keatling	
A. Barton	
P. Cullen	
M. O'Connor	
Wm. McBeath ..
J. Halliday	
J. Halloran	
Alex. Barton ...
James Keatling .
Philip Cullen ...
D. McLane	
John Patterson .
P. Grinder
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS—Continued.
Vote No. 70.—Roads, Streets, and Bridges.—Continued.
Yale District.—Concluded.
Horse feed	
Labour, Nicola Road	
Going to Yale and back with a horse
Hay.
Drayage	
Examining and reporting on Nicola Road, section 2
Labour, Isicola Road, June	
Do. July	
Do. August	
Hauling logs	
Horse feed	
Shingles	
Smith-work	
Moving camp and tools	
Pick handles, rope, window, &c	
Labour, Hope-Similkameen Trail	
Horse shoeing and sharpening tools	
Provisions and tools	
Do. 	
Do. 	
Contract for keeping section of Savona's Ferry and Okanatran Road clear
Labour on Cache Creek Bridge	
Foreman at Charters' Point	
Teaming 	
Ferrying 2 horses, waggon, goods, and 3 men ..
4 inch planks     	
Labour, February to April	
Do.     Cache Creek to head of Okanagan Lake
Do.     Bridge over Bonaparte River	
Do.     Nicola Waggon Road	
Shovels and hatchet	
Labour
Sharpening tools	
Freight on tools	
Repairing waggon road between Cache Creek and Mill	
Labour on Savona Ferry and Okanagon Road 	
Repairs to bridge near his place	
Labour on waggon road from Duck & Pringle's to Shuswap Prairie ..
Do.        Yale Road 	
Hire of 2 horses, 15th May to 10th October   	
Pasture for do.   	
Provisions for party on trail  	
Labour, 1st September to 16th October	
Do.     1st to 31st Angust	
Waggon road, Okanagan Lake to Spallumacheen	
tools, &c.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Foreman
Labour
Do.
Hauling logs
Laying out road
Labour
2 axes
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Repairing mattock, do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Lillooet District.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Axes, Lillooet-Clinton Road   	
Labour and team hire 	
Do. 	
Do. 	
Do. 	
Do. 	
Do. 	
Inspecting work on Pavilion Mountain
Labour, Pemberton Portage Road	
Do. do. 	
Do.     Lillooet-Clinton Road 	
Do. do. 	
Do. do. 	
Do. do. 	
Do. do. 	
Teaming, do. .. ...
Building bridge on Kelly-Big Bar Road .
Joseph Haller  Cutting out timber on do.
Wm. Keatley  Cribbing at Kelly's Lake,     do.
,,        ,,          Labour, corduroying, do.
Henry Hinck      Do. do.
Arrears,
1878.
$   cts.
1,169 33
709 46
9   cts.
1 00
164 00
2 00
2 20
2 00
42 50
210 00
369 80
112 00
6 00
2 00
14 00
7 50
12 00
16 94
201 25
6 50
22 13
15 38
27 20
200 00
46 00
21 49
7 00
5 00
2 50
31 52
317 50
27 00
37 74
6 00
138 00
1 50
50
10 00
56 79
5 00
26 00
33 75
50 00
6 00
10 85
135 00
165 00
22 00
5 00
11 25
23 50
3 00
70 00
33 75
43 75
4 00
15 00
12 50
6 50
1 00
9 00
88 00
30 00
27 00
30 00
30 00
27 00
8 00
25 00
26 00
6 00
6 00
6 00
19 50
80 00
16 00
33 00
30 00
30 00
21 00
6 00
41,166 23
3,535 «
Oarriedforward ',..".,.()    1,189 881      502 60i 44,701 *S 58j
Public Accounts, 1st July to 31st December, 1879.
1879
TO WHOM- PAID.
B. C. Express Co.
J. A. Cameron ...
B. D. Bullard....
F. W. Foster	
John McCully....
James Murie	
M. O'Connor	
Pay Sheet	
Wm. Goodridge...
P. McQuade	
Indian " Stoichan"
Indian " Isador"
J. W. Ridgeway.
Pay Sheet	
Jacob Davis	
George Dacres ..
Henry Kruse....
J. W. Galbraith.
Robert Middleton	
A. Barlow	
Geo. Murray	
J. Girod	
St. Laurent and others ..
James Reid	
St. Laurent..	
A. McAlinden	
Pay Sheet	
W. Sheridan	
A. Walker	
A. Munro	
James Hawkins	
A. Porter	
H. Redmond	
A. Munro	
Robert Jones	
Veith & Borland	
Mason & Daly	
Thomas Gartley	
Gavin Hamilton	
H. Newell	
John Metz	
John K. Barker	
Thomas Barton	
A. Barlow
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Vote No. 70.—Roads, Streets, and Bridoes.—Continued.
Lilloet District..—Concluded.
Use of team to Pavilion Mountain and back .
Use of cart horse, 23 days	
Freight on tools	
Tools 	
Smith-work, Clinton-Lillooet Road 	
Lumber	
Expenses to Pavilion Mountain	
Labour, 24th September to 31st October	
Kootenay District.
Labour on trails	
Do. 	
Carrying express to Tobacco Plains	
Ferrying exploring party across Bull River
Guide to do. on McLeod's trail
Labour  	
Do	
Sharpening tools	
Tools supplied	
Labour  	
Tools 	
Cariboo District.
Tent, Hixon Creek Trail
Horse hire, do.
Beef, do.
Provisions, do. 	
Labour, do. 	
Provisions, do. 	
Labour, do. 	
Do. Antler Creek Trail 	
Do. Mosquito Creek Trail	
Do. Hixon Creek Trail 	
Do. Cunningham Creek Trail	
Do. Grouse Creek Trail	
Do. Grouse and Antler Creek Trail	
Do. do. do. 	
Do. waggon road	
Do. 2,076 feet bulkheading	
Do. Mosquito Creek Trail	
Horse hire, Horse-fly Trail	
Board and horse feed	
Labour on trail from 150-mile house to Horse-fly	
Meals, bed, and horse hire 	
Labour on trail between Forks of Quesnelle and Snowshoe
Do. do. do. do.
Do. do. do. do.
Do. from Horse-fly Creek to 150-mile house, and horse hire
Horse hire and beef, Hixon Creek Trail
Pierre Foucette ! Labour, do.
Robert Pacey , Meals and beds for men,       do.
William Bouche j Messenger, do.
J. Girod  Provisions, do.
E. Ogden  Labour repairing Antler Creek Trail..
Thomas Gartley  Do. Snowshoe do.
Pay Sheet  Do. Chilcotin  do.
,,   Do. do. do.
Str. "Victoria"  Fares and freight,   do.        do.
John Salmon ..  Moving camp, do. do.
A. Munro \ Labour repairing Antler Creek Trail ..
,,  Do. Grouse     do.
A. Castleman  Do. do.        do.
,,      ,,   Do. Antler      do.
Qui Hing —  Cutting timber,       do. do.
Quong Lee & Co  Meals and bed for Superintendent	
Edward Ogden  Labour, Mosquito Road,
Arrears,
1878.
S   cts.
1,169 33
Cassiar District.
E. M. Bovill	
Thos. Robertson ...
J. D. Paris	
W. Powell	
J. F. Riddle	
C. Hampton	
Thomas Graham ...
J. Saddler	
Thomas Robertson.
E. M. Bovill	
Axeman on Dease Lake Trail	
Do. do. 	
Labour on Thibert and Defot Creek Trail.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Dease Lake Trail .
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
§ cts.
7 60
46 00
6 50
41 15
12 50
19 75
12 00
614 60
157 00
156 00
5 00
5 00
a  00
25 00
216 00
3 50
18
40 00
IS 00
$ cts.
6 00
12 00
4 50
13 92
228 75
136 00
60 00
21 00
38 50
27 60
44 00
17 50
25 00
30 00
3 50
103
14 00
15 00
10 00
94 00
3 50
136 00
138 00
144 00
83 00
12 25
25 44
10 75
1 50
28 12
20 00
10 00
206 43
65 40
17 50
20 00
14 00
7 00
8 00
16 00
3 00
2 75
16 00
44,701 48
30 00
30 00
68 00
39 00
39 00
12 00
39 00
39 00
39 00
40 00
1,893 71
Carried forward "   1,1
375 001  48,506 89 43 Vic. Public Accounts, 1st July to 31st December, 1879.
58*
TO WHOM PAID.
G. Dakln	
Cassiar Hotel	
W. P. Wilson	
JJ H 	
Grant & Leiser	
J. J. Hayden	
J. Finlayson	
E. M. Bovill	
B. McDermott	
Wm. Ronald	
Wm. Welsh	
Calbraith, Grant & Cook
Indian "Tom"...	
Thomas Robertson	
Wm. Gray	
Gardner & Akerman ...
Pay Sheet	
Thomas Robertson	
Indian "Jim"	
Calbraith, Grant & Cook
Pay Sheet	
R Sylvester	
Pay Sheet	
W. J. Stevens'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.
W. H. Russell
B. Anderson..,
John Jane	
J. A. Navarre	
Colonial Hotel, N.W....
Str. " Wilson G. Hunt".
Str. "Reliance"	
Driard House	
J. D. Evans	
Str. "Reliance"	
Str. " Enterprise"	
P. Arnaud	
J. D. Evans	
J. A. Navarre	
Driard House	
Str. " Wilson G. Hunt".
Str. Royal City"	
J. D. Evans	
J. A. Navarre	
Str. "Royal City"	
J. D. Evans	
J. A. Navarre	
Str " Wilson G. Hunt" .
Occidental Hotel	
Str. "Wilson G. Hunt".
Driard House	
J. A. Navarre	
Driard House	
William Bennett.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
W. L. Louttet	
E. Woollett	
Pay Sheet	
R. H. Dyas	
John Dougall	
E. H. Wilby	
J. W.Williams	
A. Whetstone ] Haulin,
J. Maynard      Do.
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Vote No. 70.—Roads, Streets, and Bridges.—Concluded.
Cassiar District.— Concluded.
Horse hire from Glenora to Telegraph Creek	
Meal for Gold Commissioner, inspecting trails	
Labour on bridge, 2nd North Fork 	
Do.   preserving Tooyea Bridge	
Meals and feed for mule, Gold Commissioner, inspecting trails	
Do. do. do. 	
Labour on Defot Creek Trail, 1878	
Do.   clearing out trail, Laketon to Dease Lake	
Do.    on Telegraph Creek Trail	
Do.   repairs, Dease Lake Trail	
Superintending and repairing Dease Lake Trail 	
Lumber for floor of Toll Bridge	
Provisions for party on Dease Lake Trail and Defot Creek 	
Labour - do. do. 	
Do. do. do. 	
Do. do. do. 	
Corduroying on Defot Creek Trail	
Repairing do. 	
Labour, Thibert's Creek 	
Do.    repairing trail and bridge	
Expenses of Gold Commissioner, inspecting work on trails, & horse hire
Labour	
Do.     on Walker Creek Trail   	
Cutting out brush and clearing trail, Sylvester's Landing to Centreville
Labour, cutting out driftwood, Dease Lake to McDame Creek ..,	
Do.    repairing main trail and bridges	
Vegetables supplied, August, 1878	
Vote No. 71.—Surveys.
Surveys throughout the Province.
!
Map of portion of Cariboo District	
Assisting Mr. Jane, 3 days	
Surveying and mapping ,
Sumass Dyking Act, 1878.
Salary as Superintendent of Works, to 10th June
Board for do.
Passage and meals, do.
Do. do.
Meals and bed, do.
Board and lodging, do.
Passage and meals, do.
Do. do.
Board and lodging, do.
Do. do.
Salary do.
Board and lodging, do.
Passage and meals, do.
Do. do.
Board and lodging, do.
Salary, do.
Passage and meals, do.
Board and lodging, do.
Salary, do.
Passage, meals & bed, do.
Meals and bed, do.
Passage, meals & bed, do.
Meals and bed, do.
Salary, do.
Board and lodging, do.
and canoe hire.
September	
October .
November.
December .
Vote No. 72.—Gravino Dock.
Resident Engineer's Salary.
Salary as Resident Engineer, 1st July to 30th November.
Cofferdam Contract.
Wages as watchman 	
Labourer  	
Labour, July	
Do	
Bolts, nuts, and ironwork   	
Tacks and zinc bucket	
Buggy hire (Chief Commissioner).
tools 	
stores	
Arrears,
1878.
$   cts
24 00
8 75
$   cts.        $   cts.
375 00
4 00
2 00
25 00
10 00
8 00
2 50
24 00
25 00
25 00
60 00
354 00
9 60
31 50
50 00
12 00
42 00
16 50
102 00
48 00
3 50
35 00
216 00
180 00
25 00
252 00
220 00
8 75
25 00
6 00
25 00
300 00
27 00
8 50
10 00
27 00
15 42
4 00
1 25
2 25
5 00
150 00
36 00
8 25
14 00
13 72
150 00
11 00
30 00
150 00
3 00
2 00
7 25
9 00
150 00
12 00
36 00
4 00
985 46
2 00
141 85
3 12
15 00
1 75
3 00
48,506 89
2,166 35
50,673 24
66 00
911 25
Carried forward ,l|   1,202 081    1,192 17 <
911 25 58l                Public Accounts, 1st July to 31st December, 1879.               1879
TO WHOM PAID.
"FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
1878.
9   cts.
$   cts.
9  cts.
G. McRae	
1,202 08
1,192 17
15 00
15 00
14 60
2 50
13 60
8 00
458 20
33 92
40 67
22 00
6 50
10 00
65 25
5 77
38 70
■      58 42
4 00
1,733 75
5 00
6 75
1 50
2 00
6 00
2 03
14 80
4 80
3 00
13 80
17 50
14 00
27 00
10 20
1 20
32 37
24 30
50
2 00
130 12
216 05
5 00
1 50
4 00
1,034 20
10 80
5 00
11 87
58 73
50
50
3 00
26 00
29 30
13 30
1 60
24 10
19 80
353 95
4 00
2 00
23 30
49 32
3 80
3 25
4 00
337 40
1 00
1 50
4 50
4 68
25 40
911 25
6,340 87
78 46
400 00
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Vote No. 72.—Gravino Dock.—Continued-
Cofferdam Contract—Concluded.
W. McRae	
Do.                                                           	
John Allen	
Do.                                              	
JohnTexall	
Do.                                                                     	
J. Snider	
Do.                                                        	
W. P. Sayward	
E. B. Marvin	
Engelhardt* Co	
Coal                                 	
S. Bakes	
Do.                                                   	
H. Drake	
Henry Saunders	
John Sullivan	
Mrs. Rothwell	
Pay Sheet	
Borde & Morlev	
H. E. Wilby	
John Evans	
A. B. Acorn	
A. & W. Wilson	
M. Galbreath	
James Gray	
Do                                    .....           	
William Stodhard	
J. R. Gray	
Do             	
Do	
William Arthur	
Proportional cost of force pump, with suction pipe and 40 ft. of hose ..
W. Smith	
Spring Vale Water Co. ..
C. A.Smith	
Buler & Whitley	
Do	
Frank Elliott	
R. Andrews	
Do	
Mary Rothwell	
Pay Sheet	
Carriage hire for Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works	
Henry Saunders	
W. P. Sayward	
H. E. Wilby	
2 bolts 	
M. Galbraith	
Do	
John Davidson	
Do                    	
M. Stodherd	
Do	
C. McMillan	
Do                            	
Pay Sheet	
H. E. Wilby	
W. Y. Smith	
Engelhardt & Co	
E. B. Marvin	
Coal	
Oil   	
John Dougall	
Mary Rothwell	
Pay Sheet	
W. Bennett	
W. P. Sayward	
Wm. Se'.leck	
Graving Dock Construction.   (Chap. '20, Sec. 1).
3 45
75 00
Storage.
Rent of Store, 1st July to 30th November, 5 months, @ S80 iS month ..
1,202 08
7,780 67 48 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July to 31st December, 1879.
58m
TO WHOM PAID.
Mary Ann Jeffray.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Concluded.
Vote No. 72.—Gravino Dock.—Concluded.
Payment for Land taken.
Purchase of Sub. Lot 48 of Suburban Lot 21	
Erecting Pump.
George Stelly  Hauling pile driver	
H. E. Wilby [Zinc bucket	
D. Lenevue 18 barrels of lime, and drayage (28th December, 1878)	
W. P. Sayward	
A. Muir .	
Pay Sheet	
H. E. Wilby	
A. Muir	
J. Youart	
Wm. Arthur	
Spring Vale Water Co.
E. B. Marvin	
L. H. Wilton	
J. Maynard	
Pay Sheet	
George Francis	
Spring Vale Water Co.
E. B. Marvin	
Engelhardt & Co	
E. B. Marvin	
John Dougall	
A. Muir	
A. & W. Wilson	
Pay Sheet	
'Standard" Office.
J. C. Brown,
" Standard"
N.W.Herald
Office!...
Nanaimo
J. C. Brown
Free Press'
N.W. Herald
M. W. Waitt & Co	
R."t. Williams...'..!!..
T. N. Hibben	
R. T. Williams	
T.N. Hibben]	
R.'t. Williams.........
M. W. Waitt & Co	
Devlin & Rodenbach.
Nanaimo Coal Co	
Pimbury & Co	
Calbreath, Grant & Cook
J. D. Frickleton	
M. W. Waitt & Co	
R. T.Williams	
Workinq Pump.
Lumber	
Engineer	
Labour	
Zinc buckets	
Engineer , >.,	
Labour	
Proportional cost of force pump, with suction pipe and 40ft. of hose.
Water supply, August	
Oil and white lead, August	
20 feet of suction hose	
Hauling stores	
Engineer, smith, and labourers	
Buggy hire	
Water supply, October	
Oil, rubber, red lead, etc., October	
Coal.
Oil and lamp wick, November
1 bolt	
Wages as Engineer	
Iron pipe	
Labour, September	
XIIL—MISCELLANEOUS EXPENDITURE.
Vote No. 73.—Advertising.
Advertising notice calling for tenders	
Do.        appointments and Court of Assize at Cassiar	
Do. notice calling for tenders for supplies to Lunatic Asylum..
Do. do. do. brickwork	
Do.        appointments 	
Do. do. and Proclamation	
Do.        sundry notices	
Do.        notice offering reward	
Do. do.   inviting tenders for supplies to Lunatic Asylum, &c.
Do.        appointments and Thanksgiving notice	
Do.        notices in respect of land	
Do. do.     inviting tenders for certain works	
Do.        Despatches respecting Canadian Pacific Railway, etc	
Do.        sundry notices	
Do.        appointments	
Do, notice inviting tenders for supply of water, Lunatic Asylm.
Do. do.   offering reward : 	
Do.        Proclamation	
Do.        notices inviting tenders for roads	
Do. do.    respecting highways and pre-emptions	
Do* do.    inviting tenders for supplies to hospital	
Vote No. 74.—Stationery.
Sundry stationery	
Labels	
Binding Absolute Fees Book, Registrar-General	
Receipt book	
Binding and ruling paper for record book	
Sundry stationery, Administration of Justice	
Do. Land Registry Office	
Do. Supreme Court 	
Do. Provincial Secretary	
12 sets foolscap letter boards	
Sundry stationery, Provincial Secretary	
Do, Miscellaneous	
Do. Richfield Office 	
1 large bottle ink, Government Agent, Nanaimo	
Sundry stationery, do. do	
Paper and ink, do. Cassiar	
Mucilage, do. Yale	
Sundry stationery, Provincial Secretary	
Binding sundry books, do.	
Do.   7 books Crown grants, &e., Lands and Works 	
Carried forward	
Arrears,
1878.
$   cts.
1,202 08
18 60
1,220 58
9   cts.
4 CO
60
18 ro
3 24
84 00
47 25
1 00
72 10
3 75
17 60
4 00
2 70
30 00
2 00
154 50
14 00
35 25
31 85
52 99
1 95
50
57 05
3 25
48 55
30 00
10 00
40 00
27 50
43 76
24 00
47 50
6 00
19 00
33 76
18 25
25 00
70 00
5 00
18 00
2 75
6 00
6 00
14 00
28 25
4 00
32 50
5 00
8 00
62
16 00
8 75
6 25
10 50
111 25
4 80
132 00
18 62
10 60
2 00
7 50
2 00
50
29 25
80 10
66 00
$ cts.
7,730 57
400 00
23 00
667 43
8,821 00
478 7S
503 14   478 Ii 58n
Public Accounts, 1st July to 31st December, 1879.
1879
TO WHOM PAID.
R. T. Williams	
Mara & Wilson	
W. Teague	
W. H. Keary	
J. C. Devlin	
Oppenheimer Bros ...
M, W. Wattt&Co....
T. N. Hibben & Co...
E. Pimbury	
J. Johnson, Cassiar ..
Postmaster, Victoria .
James Kinnear, Cowichan
Postmaster, Cariboo ..
Wm. Earle, Nanaimo .
Robert McDermot	
Indian "Jack"	
Postmaster, Yale	
Henry Fry	
H. Featherstone	
Postmaster, Kamloops
V. B. Tait	
John C. Devlin	
Fred. Littler	
Collector of Revenue..
B. C. Telegraph Co	
Western Union	
De Weiderhold & Co	
Victoria Gas Co	
J. Prior	
Simon.Leiser	
Calbreath, Grant & Cook
Indian " Wilson "	
Robert A. Nimmo	
Indian "Wilson"	
Indian "Stein"	
Wm. Teague	
C. H. Mcintosh	
Stahlschmidt & Ward....
ii it	
R. B. McMicking	
Ah Quin	
F. Fell	
F. Saunders	
James Campbell	
Sundry persons	
Simon Leiser	
N. Shakespeare 	
B. Pettingill  	
H. Bay Co	
H. Moffatt	
I. W. Powell	
Thomas Harris	
R. B. McMicking	
F. J. Barnard & Co	
Tong Hap 	
John Ussher	
C. S. Windsor	
Elizabeth Jane Reynolds
Joseph Farr	
A. S. Veddar	
»»       >»      	
J. Lewis	
R. Maynard	
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward	
XIIL—MISCELLANEOUS EXPENDITURE.—Continued,
Vote No. 74.—Stationery.—Concluded.
Binding and indexing Births, Deaths, and Marriages	
Ruling 3 reams paper	
Box of pens, Government Agent, Kamloops	
Day book and envelopes, do. do	
Bottle of ink, do. Yale	
Stationery, Lands and Works Department	
Do.       Government Agent, Cariboo	
Do. do. Yale ... -.	
Do.       Provincial Secretary   	
Do. do. 	
Do.       Treasury	
Do.       Government Agent, Nanaimo	
Vote No. 75.—Postage.
Freight on letters, Victoria to Cassiar, July to October	
Postage, all departments, July to November	
Postage stamps, Government Agent, Cowichan	
Do. do. Cariboo	
Do. do. Nanaimo, June and September ..
Freight on stationery ;	
Carrying letter to McDame Creek	
Postage stamps, Government Agent, Yale	
Do. do. Maple Bay	
Do. do. Lillooet 	
Do. do. Kamloops 	
Do. do. New Westminster, and rent of box
Do. do. Cariboo 	
Freight on letters and papers	
Postage stamps	
Vote No. 76.—Telegrams.
Various messages, May to October  	
Do. do. 	
Vote No. 77.—Fuel and Light.
Coal and wood for Government Offices, July to November	
Gas do. do. 	
Candles and coal oil, Lands and Works	
Do.     Government Agent, Cassiar	
Do.     and coal oil, do. do	
2 cords wood, do.        Yale	
12       do. do.        Kamloops	
1 tin coal oil do. do	
2 cords wood, do.        Yale	
Cordwood for Toll House, and sawing	
Candles for office use, Yale	
Vote No. 78.—Library, Legislative and Departmental.
£0 copies Parliamentary Companion   	
Draft for books	
Charges and expenses	
Vote No. SO.—Refunds. •
Refund of School Tax (twice paid)	
Do.      Chinese Tax	
Do.      School Tax (twice paid)	
Do. do. do.  .	
Do.      overpayment on Lot 104, Group 2, Yale District	
Do.       Real Estate Tax collected in Cowichan Munieipality	
Do.      Free Miner's Certificate	
Do. '    School Tax, Leetz and Gray (twice paid)	
Do.      Tax Sale Certificate, No. 557 	
Do.      Personal Property Tax, Cariboo (twice paid)	
Do.       Income Tax	
Do. do	
Do.       City Tax Sale	
Do.       Income Tax .	
Do.      Personal Property Tax (twice paid) 	
Do.       Real Estate Tax (twice paid) 	
Do.      D. McFadden's Crown Grant fee (twice paid) '	
Do.       Overpaid Treasury on Trade Licence	
Do.      Interest paid on pre-emption at Cowichan	
Do. do. do.        Yale District	
Do. do.                     do.        New Westminster District..
Do. do.                     do.                        do.
Do. .   do.                     do.                        do.
Do. do. do.        Township No. 23	
Do. do.                     do.        New Westminster District..
Carried forward	
Arrears,
1878.
$   cts,
1,220 58
1,220 £8
$   cts.
502 14
10 50
10 50
1 25
5 00
75
43 87
6 00
75
267 74
163 69
13 37
4 00
43 10
517 58
4 10
36 25
20 00
1 50
1 00
26 38
8 00
16 50
17 50
72 54
15 00
23 75
3 12
44 31
302 22
142 50
112 30
1 00
3 75
20 10
9 00
42 00
6 50
9 00
11 50
2 22
80 00
175 00
7 50
3 00
10 00
3 00
3 00
44 00
23 43
5 00
6 00
3 04
33 65
15 00
30 00
1 79
9 00
6 60
18 73
5 00
15 00
9 00
5 84
12 50
6 00
6 40
6 67
7 20
287 75     3,283 63 43 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July to 31st December, 1879,
58o
TO WHOM PAID.
H. Kipp	
E. A. Leigh ;	
J. A. McMillan	
Accountant General, R.N,
T. D. Lindsay	
R. D. Horan	
John Wilson	
Geo. Brown	
Joseph Williams	
Nareise Allard	
William Beaumont	
Joseph Williams	
Edward Marriner	
H. M. Ball	
Alfred Raper	
Chas. Stewart	
Richard Chappel .	
Magnus Edgar	
Canada Guarantee Co..
Wm. Fernie ,
Geo. Norris, Treasurer .,
Thos. Walsh, Chief Eng'r
Alex. J. Mouatt.
J. Parsons	
W. A. Franklin	
M. Levens 	
Moore & Co	
Waitt & Co	
R. T. Williams	
Wells, Fargo & Co...,
C. McCormack...	
F. L. Tuckfield	
B. C. Express	
Wm. Clarke	
B, C, Express	
Rickman & Ofner ....
Mrs. Deasey	
Hugh McKenzie	
E. Jones	
L. H, Wilton	
James Parsons	
C. Cormack	
Wm. Constantine
Hugh McKenzie	
Thomas Fletcher	
Victoria Water Works
Tuckfield & Co	
J. L. B. McLane	
Hugh McKenzie	
Johnson's Express ...
Wells, Fargo & Co....
M. R. Elliott	
Indian "Billy"	
John Johnson	
Indian "Dixon"	
Adlar & Barry ,
J. Fletcher & Co	
J. B. Lovell	
M. S. Sessions	
Calbreath, Grant & Cook
Indian "Jim"	
Indian "George"	
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward	
XIIL—MISCELLANEOUS EXPENDITURE.—Continued.
Refund
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
' Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Vote No. 80.—Refunds.—Concluded.
of Interest paid on pre-emption, New Westminster District.
Overcharge, Webster v. Wylde	
Interest paid on pre-emption, Sooke ;...
Overcharge re prisoner R. Rix ■	
Interest paid on pre-emption, New Westminster District.
Trade Licence, Cowichan	
Purchase money on Section 40, Comox District  	
Interest paid on pre-emption .
do.
Cowichan District
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Bill of Sale made second time in error.
Taxes (twice paid) 	
Interest paid on pre-emption	
do. do.        	
do. do	
Vote No. 82.—Premium on Guarantee Bonus.
Premiums from 1st June, 1879, to 1st June, 1880 .
Vote No. 83.—Allowance to Officer, Kootenay.
3 months' allowance, to 30th September 	
Vote No. 85.—Fire Department, Nanaimo.
Grant to Fire Department for year 1879	
Vote No. 86.—Fire Department, New Westminster.
Grant to Fire Department for year 1879	
Vote No. 87.—Firf. Department, Cariboo.
Grant to Fire Department for year 1879	
Vote No. 95.—Miscellaneous, not detailed.
Subscription to Daily Colonist	
Carriage of parcels, Provincial Secretary's Department	
3 doz. turned rollers	
Soap for Provincial Secretary's and Treasury Department	
Feather duster	
Binding Gazettes	
Express charges on parcel for London	
Subscription to sundry papers, 1st April to 1st July	
Rubber stamps for Treasury and Provincial Secretary's Departments
Charges on package of forms to Cariboo	
Cleaning 3 rooms and removing papers to Treasury   	
Charges on packages, Lands and Works Department	
Matches for offices	
Washing towels, Provincial Secretary and Treasury (3 mo.), to 31st July
Carriage of parcels, Provincial do.
Matches for offices 	
6 yds. of duck	
Subscription to'Daily Colonist, Provincial Secretary and Leg. Assembly
Do. various papers, 1st July to 1st October	
Making case for view of Victoria	
Drayage on books from Post Office to Supreme Court	
Making 2 keys for Post Office box, do. 	
Water supplied to Government Offices, 1st July to 30th September
Rubber stamp for Treasury	
Shovelling snow off Government Buildings, Richfield	
Hauling 4 loads of books to Provincial Secretary's Office	
Freight on letters from Cassiar	
Do.      box of maps sent to the Secretary of State	
Repayment of deposit with Savings Bank, Book No. 59	
Cleaning Government Buildings at Laketon, Cassiar	
Freight on 22 lbs. express matter, Victoria to   do	
Cleaning office and cells at McDame's Creek,     do.
Sheet-iron stove for gaol, do. do.
Nails, brooms, matches, do. do.
Lining and sundries for Govt. Buildings, do.
Filing cross-cut saw, do.
Rope and tacks, do.
Cleaning Court House and cells, McDame's Ck. do.
Do. do. do. do.
Carried forward.
June.
July..
Arrears,
1878.
§ cts.
1,220 58
1,220 68
9   cts.
287 75
25 13
2 50
4 85
6 00
8 76
5 00
49 00
4 00
3 00
■ 7 20
9 60
6 00
10
2 50
18 00
4
8 00
8 00
3 25
3 50
9 00
1 50
3 00
32 50
21
13 00
9 50
1 00
8 00
10 25i
l ooj
6 00
1 50
2 00
3 00
6 60
18 00
4 50
50
2 00
30 00
2 00
6 00
2 00
6 00
28 75
5 82
3 00
16 00
3 00
38 00
6 50
24 56
2 00
1 50
3 00
3 00
336 27
S cts.
3,283 53
470 !
710 00
50 00
600 00
500 00
500 00
1,014 46
* Note.—Warrant applied for by Mr. Vowell under wrong vote; should be "Keep of Prisoners" §57, and "Repairs to Government Buildings, Cassiar   §24.55. 58p
Public Accounts, 1st July to 31st December, 1879.
1879
TO WHOM PAID.
A. Vipond	
M. W. Waitt & Co	
J. J. Young, Dy. Treas
John Finlayson	
Oppenheimer Bros. ...
John B. Lovell	
Harry Bonson	
Victoria Water Works.
A. McLean & Co	
Riekman & Ofner'	
F. L. Tuckfield	
A. & W. Wilson	
J. R. Hett	
R. T. Ward	
Mrs. Jenkinson	
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward	
XIII.—MISCELLANEOUS EXPENDITURE.—Concluded.
Vote No. 95.—Miscellaneous, not detailed.—Concluded.
3 keys for Audit Office, James'Bay	
Books (Morgan's Register and Ker's Magistrate)	
Loss on gold dust from Cassiar	
Brooms for offices, James' Bay 	
Broom and towel for office, Yale   	
Funeral expenses of late G. Jenkinson, Cassiar  	
Indian taking despatch to Wrangel	
Removing office furniture, New Westminster  	
3 months' supply of water, to 31st December, 1879	
Satchel for field books and tape line	
1 box soap and 1 gross matches, Government Offices, Victoria  ...
2 stamps for Treasury	
2 tin cases for plans	
Professional services and Notarial certificate	
Adjusting scales at Clinton	
No Vote.—Geatuitt to Widow of G. Jenkinson.
Gratuity	
Arrears,
1878.
*   cts.
1,220 58
8 1,220 58
$ cts.
336 27
1 50
102 00
7 86
4 50
1 75
19 78
10 00
2 00
30 00
2 60
2 75
15 00
3 00
5 00
5 00
9   cts.
6,014 46
648 91
300 00
6,863 37 48 Vic. Public Accounts, 1st July to 31st December, 1879.
58q
Recapitulation of Expenditure,
1st July to 31st December, 1879.
Paoe.
Vote.
43
1
43
2
43
3
43
4
43
6
43
7
43
7
43
8
43
9
43
10
44
11
44
13
44
14
44
15
44
16
44
17
44
18
44
19
44
20
44
21
44
22
45
23
45
24
45
26
45
26
45
27
45
23
45
28a
45
29
45
33
45
34
45
36
46
37
46
38
46
39
46
46
46
46
46
♦7
47
40
47
41
47
42
47
43
47
46
47
48
49
49
49
48
61
52
53
SERVICE.
I.—Public Debt.
Interest	
Sinking Fund	
Premium and Exchange	
Discount and Commission	
II.—Civil Government (Salaries).
Lieutenant Governor's Office	
Provincial Secretary and Minister of Mines	
Do. Printing Branch	
Treasury Department 	
Lands and Works Department	
Attorney General's Department  	
Registrar-General's Department 	
Registration of Voters	
Assay Office	
Lunatic Asylum	
Revenue Services	
III.—Administration of Justice CSalaries).
Supreme Court	
Sheriffs	
County Court	
Police and Gaols, Victoria	
Do. Esquimalt	
Do. New Westminster	
Do. New Westminster District	
Do. Kootenay  	
Do. Cariboo 	
Do. Cassiar	
Do. Yale	
Do. Kamloops 	
Do. Clinton	
Do. Nanaimo	
IV.—Legislation.
Expenses of Elections	
Contingent Fund 	
Journals and Statutes Binding	
V.—Public Institutions (Maintenance).
Assay Office, Cariboo  	
Printing Office, Victoria	
Lunatic Asylum, New Westminster:—
Provisions	
Fuel	
Medicines	
Clothing	
Transport of Lunatics and Keepers	
Miscellaneous	
VI.—Hospitals and Charities.
Hospital, Victoria	
Do.     New Westminster	
Do.     Cariboo	
Do.     Nanaimo	
In aid of destitute poor and sick	
VIL—Administration of Justice (other than Salaries).
Administration of Justice :—
Summoning and paying Jurors and Witnesses	
Prosecution and Interpreters	
Expenses of Inquests	
Fees to Justices	
Police and Gaols :—
Keep of Prisoners ,	
Special Constables	
Transport of Prisoners and Constables	
Carried forward	
4*A
Arrears,
1878.
$ cts.
S cts.
5 00
1 76
26 60
36 00
114 00
69 60
8 00
260 75
24,117 50
7,275 00
472 50
851 71
2,685 00
2,191 93
3,440 00
3,660 00
1,050 00
1,299 96
236 10
600 00
846 66
1,110 42
1,000
249
375
3,407
300
965
180
468
2,490
924
550
500
50
1,710
324 75
4 75
587 50
388 24
76 52
1,356 66
70 25
49 00
98 93
317 50
125 87
2.499 96
1,062 48
1,333 32
1.500 00
94 00
2,067 20
358 96
36 00
3,968 04
820 90
1,552 07
S cts.
32,216 71
17,720 03
13,170 45
917 00
2,482 97
6,489 76
11,649 50
84,646 42 58 b
Public Accounts, 1st July to 31st December, 1879.
1879
Page.
67
68
58
58
58
68a
58a
58a
58a
58a
58a
58a
58a
58a
58a
58b
58b
58b
68b
58b
58b
68b
58b
68c
58c
58c
58c
58D
58d
68e
58H
58H
58l
68j
58j
58j
58k
58k
58k
58k
681,
58M
5851
58m
Vote.
54
49
64
50
54
51
64
52
55
63
55
54
65
55
65
66
56
57
56
58
66
59
56
60
56
61
57
62
57
63
64
SERVICE.
Brought forward ...
RECAPITULATION.—Continued.
VIII.—Education.
Education Office	
Victoria City District	
Victoria District	
Esquimalt District	
Cowichan District	
Nanaimo District 	
Comox District 	
New Westminster City District	
New Westminster District	
Hope-Yale District	
Lillooet District	
Cariboo District	
IX.—Transport.
Freight on Remittances 	
Travelling Expenses of Officers on Duty	
Keep of horses	
X.—Rent,
Rent of ground, Government House 	
XL—Revenue Services.
Commission	
Courts of Appeal	
Travelling Expenses	
Rent, Miscellaneous, &c	
XII.—Public Works.
Works and Buildings.
Repairs to Government Buildings and Fences, Victoria .
Do. do. New Westminster	
Do. do. Nanaimo	
Do. do. Yale	
Do. do. Cariboo   	
Do. do. Cassiar	
Do. do. Kootenay	
Metlakahtla Lock-up	
Okanagan Lock-up	
Lunatic Asylum, New Westminster	
School-House, Lillooet	
Victoria School Reserve	
Improvement of Government Reserve, Victoria	
Furniture, Government Offices	
Insurance of Government Buildings	
Arrears,
1878.
$ cts.
260 75
5 7.1
42 50
}m\
y 70 -;
9   cts.
Works and Buildings.
Government House, Victoria.
Repairs to building
Do.      fencing...
Roads, Streets, and Bridges.
Victoria City District 	
Victoria District	
Esquimalt District	
Victoria and Esquimalt Districts—Bridge Repairs .
Shoal Harbour Wharf	
Cowichan District  	
Nanaimo District 	
Comox District 	
Main Trunk Road	
New Westminster District	
Yale District  	
Lillooet District	
Kootenay District	
Cariboo District	
Cassiar District	
72 ■
Surveys.
Surveys throughout the Province
Sumass Dyking Act, 1878	
Graving Dock.
25 62
143 49
Resident Engineer's Salary.
Storage	
Payment for land taken ...
Erecting pump 	
Working pump 	
Carriedforward '     1,220 68     2,401 68 167.91T
5 00
263 35
32 75
18 60
9   cts.
84,646 42
925
4,636
1,711
1,103
1,895
2,519
630
849
2,944
2,341
849
900
146 72
794 18
151 67
2,441
40 00
329 00
351 00
662 62
28 12
214 66
7 60
20 00
250 00
67 00
422 87
685 86
1,302 25
693 83
144 50
46 26
283 62
1,357 12
183 14
40 35
225 00
3,728 13
3,591 76
70 00
900 00
1,699 33
4,271 16
516 25
25,403 78
760 88
3,535 25
1,262 40
649 30
1,893 71
2,166 35
56 00
1,146 64
20,707 21
1,092 47
24 25
3,161 68
6,186 20^
911 25
400 00
400 00
23 00
667 43
t
223 49J
50,673 24
1,202 64 48 Vic
Public Accounts, 1st July to 31st December, 1879.
58s
Paob.
Vote.
68l
72
58L
58m
73
68n
74
58n
75
58n
76
58n
77
68N
78
680
80
580
82
58o
83
580
85
580
86
580
87
58P
95
58P
No vote
SERVICE.
Brought forward..
RECAPITULATION.—Concluded.
XII.—Pdbuc Works.—Concluded.
Graving Dock.—Concluded.
Cofferdam Contract	
Graving Dook construction (Chap. 20, sec. 1) 	
XIII.—MlSOBLLANEOUB.
Advertising	
Stationery	
Postage	
Telegrams	
Fuel and Light 	
Library, Legislative and Departmental	
Refunds	
Premium on Guarantee Bonds	
Allowance to Officer, Kootenay	
Fire Department, Nanaimo  	
Do. New Westminster 	
Do. Cariboo 	
Miscellaneous not detailed	
Gratuity to Widow of G. Jenkinson	
Total	
Arrears,
1878.
9 ots.
1,220 58
1,220 68
•   eta.
2,401 68
6,340 87
78 45
478 75
1,029 66
806 32
346 53
369 87
262 50
470 93
710 00
50 00
500 00
600 00
500 OO
548 91
300 00
9   ete.
167,917 60
8,821 00
6,863 87
183,601 ST
Audit Office,
20th January, 1880.
J. MoB. Smith,
Auditor.

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