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 Statement No. 1
STATEMENT OF LIABILITIES Sue by the PROVINCE of BRITISH COLUMBIA on 31st December, 1882, as against AVAILABLE
ASSETS on that date [Approximate.] ,.
/Available Assets.
Amount.
Dominion Savings Bank, Portion of Interest on McNamee's Deposit.
Corporation of the City of Victoria, Keep of Prisoners	
Bank of B. C., London, Insurance collected on cement lost per Tropic
Estimated Revenue Receipts: Cassiar, Smonths; Kootenay, 2months;
Okanagan, 2 months.    [Returns not received.]	
Due from Dominion Government on Graving Dock, Contract No. 3,
from date Government assumed Contract in June, 1882, to the
31st December, viz: 90 per cent, on 135,473.14.*   [See Note]	
Advances: Supt. of Police, $150; Supt of Education, $50; Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works, $987.33; Attorney-General,
Registrar, Supreme Court, $750	
Cash in hands of Sub-Accountants and Collectors. -.	
Cash in hand at Treasury	
Balance,—Liabilities due on 31st Dec,  1882, in excess of available
Assets 	
$     335 82
464 78
3,265 02
1,600 00
31,925 82
2,587 33
10,439 33
635 62
76,285 08
$127,538 80
Liabilities due 31st December, 1882.
Bank of British Columbia, Over-draft on 31st December, 1882	
F. B. McNamee & Co., Interest..-.	
Do. do.      Deposit, with part of Interest withdrawn from
Savings Bank and invested in B.C. Debentures, 1881	
Sinking Fund, "Loan Act, 1874,"       do. do.      	
Public Debt, interest due Bank of British Columbia on over-draft . ..
Civil Government, Salaries	
Administration of Justice, Salaries ,	
Legislation :	
Public Institutions, Asylum for Insane	
Hospitals and Charities	
Administration of Justice, other than Salaries	
Education	
Transport 	
Rent '.	
Revenue Services	
Public Works :—
Works and Buildings	
Government House	
Roads, Streets, and Bridges, $6,800; Main Trunk Road, $8,200.
Surveys :	
Graving Dock, Contract No. 3	
Graving Dock, Construction	
Miscellaneous	
Amount.
$63,227 96
585 82
10,500 00
2,000 00
220 13
754 58
3,156 32
350 00
490 00
1,155 49
5,675 00
4,500 00
150 00
100 00
100 00
3,700 00
700 00
15,000 00
249 50
8,324 00
5,600 00
1,000 00
$127,538 80
*Note—The item "Amount dne from Dominion Government on Graving Dock Contract, &c,
$31,925.82," is considered an Asset, but available only on Certificates of the Dock Engineer, in
accordance with Act 43 Vic. chap. 8, and clauses 57 and 58 of Graving Dock Contract No. 3.
Audit Office, 26th February, 1883.
J. McB. SMITH, Auditor.
Statement No. 2.
STATEMENT   showing the AVAILABLE ASSETS, together with  RECEIPTS of SUBSIDY and REVENUE, from the 1st to the 31st
January, 1883;  against LIABILITIES due on 31st December, 1882, and incurred during the month of January, 1883 [Approximate.]
Available Assets, Subsidy and Revenue Receipts, from 1st to
31st January, 1883.
Amount.
Liabilities Due ou 31st December, 1882, and Incurred from
1st to 31st January, 1883.
Amount.
Dominion Subsidy for Six Months in Advance to 30th June,
Revenue Receipts:—
J. C. Hughes, New Westminster, for January (actual). .$
1883....
in 26
375 00
2,949 80
132 40
150 00
568 76
344 05
135 00
$103,997 83
Balance of Liabilities due on 31st December,   1882,  in excess of
$ 76,285 08
3,191 90
J. Bowron, Cariboo,                                     do.           do.    . .
4,246 00
W. Dewdney, Yale,                                   do.          do.   ..
M. Bray, Nanaimo,                                    do.          do.   ..
500 00
1,270 81
T. McK. Lambly, Okanagan,               -    do.   (estimated)
3,200 00
F. Soues, Clinton,                                        do.      (actual)..
4,150 00
G. C. Tunstall, Kamloops,                        do.          do.   ..
C. Phair, Lillooet,                                        do            do.    ..
Revenue Services.... ...	
50 00
25 00
F. Hussey, Lytton,                                      do.           do.    . .
W. Fernie, Kootenay,                                 do.   (estimated)
561 50
150 00
150 00
20 00
171 00
22 35
10 00
429 70
524 50
349 30
427 50
2,178 15
231 25
10,597 52
334 73
6,570 00
Public Works:—
250 00
A. W. Vowell, Cassiar,                             do.          do.
325 00
J. Clapperton, Nicola,                                 do.           do.
H. Fry, Cowichan,                                       do.      (actual)..
Roads, Streets and Bridges, $1,080; Main Trunk Road, $925.     ,
Graving Dock, Contract No. 3 .	
2,005 00
7,300 00
Deputy Provincial Secretary,                   do.          do.    ..
7,232 25
Thos. Harris,                                             do.          do.    ..
1,450 00
Registrar-General,                                        do.           do.    ..
Superintendent of Police,                           do.           do.    ..
R. Jones,                                                        do.          do.    ..
Registrar Supreme Court,                        do.          do.    ..
Chief Commissioner of Lands & Works,   do.          do.    ..
Deputy Treasurer,                                     do.          do.    ..
Balance—Assets in excess of Liabilities on 31st Jan., 1883.   [*SeeNote.]
10,019 04
Due from Dominion Government on Graving Dock Contra
from 1st to 31st January, 1883, 90 percent, on$7,300.
ct, No. 3,
[Note.—
$121,500 08
$121,500 08
Memo.—Besides the above Liabilities, there are unsettled claims as follows:—
Hon. A. DeCosmos, Special Agent to London  $5,773 93
Alexander Murchison, for Coast Meridian Road, 1878  403 48
J. Rodello, for destruction of Wolves and Panthers     715 00
Dr. Frickleton, care of small-pox patients quarantined on Fraser River  660 00
R. M. Clemitson, salary as Deputy Superintendent of Education, 1878     150 00
Do.             Examiner of Candidates for Teachers, 1878  100 00
C. C. McKenzie,                  do.                                do.  100 00
C. Todd, expenses incurred in obtaining; evidence in Poole murder case  150 00
B. C. Express Co., stage fare and horse hire for R. M. Clemitson, Deputy
Superintendent of Education, 1878   106 00
B. C. Express Co., stage fare and conveyance of bag-gage of R. B. Harper,
Mining Engineer, in 1878  158 50
*Note.—Although there appears an available Asset of $10,019.04 over the Liabilities due on 31st
January, 1883, the six months' subsidy of $103,997.83, received in January, is in advance to 30th June,
1883, and has been fully taken to account. Had the proportion of the subsidy, viz., one-sixth part =
$17,333, been considered as a fair quota for the month of January of the revenue from this source, the
account would be reversed, and show as follows :—
Balance of Liabilities due 31st January, 1883, over Available Assets  $76,645 79
$8,316 91
Audit Office, 26th February, 1883.
J. McB. SMITH, Auditor. British Columbia.
PUBLIC    ACCOUNTS
FOR  THE
FISCAL YEAR ENDED 30th JUNE, 1882.
Period from 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882.
VICTORIA; Printed by Richard Wolfinotn, Government Printer,
at the Government Printing Office, James' Bay.
1882.  46 Vic. Public Accounts, 1st July 1881, to 30th June 1882.
107
To the Honorable Clement Francis Cornwall,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia:
May it please Your Honor:
The undersigned has the honor to present the Public Accounts of British Columbia, for
the Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1882.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
Treasury Department,
Victoria, 29th November, 1882.
ROBERT BEAVEN,
Minister of Finance.  46 Vic. Public Accounts, 1st July 1881, to 80th June 1882.
109
To the Honorable Robert Beaven,
Minister of Finance.
Audit Office, Treasury,
28th November, 1882.
The  undersigned has the honor to present to you the Public Accounts to the 30th
June, 1882.
Respectfully submitted.
J. McB. SMITH,
Auditor.  46 Vic.        Public Accounts, 1st July 1881, to 30th June 1882. Ill
PUBLIC  ACCOUNTS
FOR THE
FISCAL   YEAR   ENDED   30th   JUNE,   1882.
TABLE  OF  CONTENTS.
Page 113—       Debt Account:  The Dominion of Canada in account with the Province, for the Fiscal
Year ended 30th June, 1882.
113— Subsidy Account, for the Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1882.
115— Receipts and Expenditure ; a Comparative Statement, from 20 July 1871, to 30 June 1882.
117— Debentures outstanding under the British Columbia Loan Acts.
118— Sinking Fund and B. C. Loan Tbustees' Account; Statements.
119— Balance Sheet or the Province op British Columbia.
121— Treasurer in Account with the Province of British Columbia.
122— District Returns op Revenue.
123— Expenditure : Summary.
124-126— Do. Recapitulation.
127-175— Do. Detailed.
177-179—Appropriation and Expenditure; Statement showing Appropriation and Expenditure,
also sums unexpended and over-expended.
180—       Unprovided Items ; Statement of Services whose Expenditures have exceeded their Appropriation.
181-182—Lapsed Balances op Appropriations. 113
Public Accounts, Isi July 1881, to 30th June 1882.
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Comparative Statement of the Receipts and Expenditure of Ttte Province of British Columbia,
From the 20th July to 31st December, 1871, 1872, 1873, 1874, 1875, 1876, 1877, 1878, 1st January
to 30th June, 1879, 1879-80 1880-81, and 1881-82.
REVENUE.
'Dominion of Canada:—
Annual payment of Interest, at 5 per Cent	
Do. Subsidy 	
Do. Grant per capita 	
Do.        for Lands to be conveyed in trust.
Land Sales 	
Land Revenue ■
Rents (exclusive of Land) 	
,,     (Pastoral Leases)	
,,    (Ferries)	
„     (Timber Leases)	
Free Miners' Certificates	
Mining- Eeceipts, General	
Licences	
Fines, Forfeitures, and Fees	
Fees of Office	
Assay Fees	
Sale of Government Property	
Reimbursements in aid	
Miscellaneous Receipts	
Sale of School Books	
Marriage Licences	
Eoad Tolls	
Arrears, Real Estate Tax (1 per cent.) 1S65-66 .
Provincial Revenue Tax	
School Tax	
Real Property Tax	
Personal Property Tax	
Income Tax	
"Wild Land Tax	
Delinquency on Taxes	
2J per cent. Commission on Tax Sales	
Printing Office Receipts	
Supreme Court Fees	
County Court Fees	
Law Stamps	
Registry Fees '	
Immigration, Refunds	
Interest .
1871.
20th July
to
31st Dec.
(six months)
$15,500 00
17,500 00
24,000 00
50,000 00
8,863 71
2,724 00
4,760 00
8,135 91
9,618 56
7,466 84
2,900 62
2,390 59
214 12
179 49
Sumass Dyking Act, 1878, Refunds	
Victoria City Tax	
Ileal Estate Tax Redemption	
Revenue Service Refunds	
Ifcoad Tax 	
Survey Fees	
Asylum for the Insane	
Sale of Consolidated Statutes	
Assessment Act Suspense Account	
Immigration	
Guarantee Premium Refunds	
Graving Dock 	
Chinese Tax	
Bridge Tolls	
Interest on Investment of Sinking Funds .
Tax Sale Deeds	
Dominion Government, advance on Graving Dock account, 43 Vic, Cap. 8
Certificates No. 1, 2, 3, 4.
1872.
1st January
§31,000 00
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
4,269 22
6,079 76
8,377 50
7,552 50
44,410 00
10,097 16
5,431 16
1,671 59
2,121 54
1,626 71
455 00
714 44
1,949 49
1873. 1874.
1st January 1st January
§39,147 22
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
10,636 99
7,235 43
1,630 79
6,715 00
4,937 73
30,368 06
11,264 92
4,701
1,251 75
8,060 26
28,363 34
2,914 38
239 45
191,819 67
Deposits	
British Columbia Loan Act, 1874	
Do. do.       1876	
Do. do.      1877	
42 Vic, Chap. 28, Statutes of British Columbia  	
Dominion of Canada, 37 Vic, Chap. 17, sec. 2, Statutes of Canada, and
37 Vic., Chap. 1, sec. 1, Statutes of British Columbia 	
Totals §
191,819 i
27 12
191,846 79
327,215 54
944 92
135 00
'iJ7i9'83
950 79
6,8
42 75
18,096 98
§46,977 69
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
23,617 86
6,985 49
11,187 50
7,786 63
25,387 50
12,197 95
3,935 53
1875.
1st January
31st Dec.
§42,029 09
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
19,417
4,995 70
8,762 60
7,009 00
20,926 27
11,644 56
5,082 35
1,268 15
19,330 54
302 70
1,117 60
1,892 72
370,150 38
370,150 38
9,611 76
147 15
' 2^068'78
372,417 51
372,417 61
5,449 99
189,150 00
1,170 12
10,978 55
248 73
974 50
1876.
1st January
§26,896 72
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
16,749 73
5,059 41
230 75
10,037 60
7,669 00
29,190 69
12,098 44
3,607 95
1,047 28
13,161 04
189 49
355 00
27,581 54
155 56
1877.
1st January
§25,093 56
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
22.119 79
■5,414 45
217 60
10,087 50
6,909 00
26,896 50
11,345 03
4,338 48
843 19
9,750 47
131 60
1,478 01
1,032 (
7 23
' 17^386'77
8,022 91
351,240 92
379,762 14
567,017 50
; 351,240 92
12,507 24
~)8,000 00
16,182 17
9,229 45
8,129 79
464 ""
2,118 51
88 00
40 71
54 87
6,129 43
381,119 92
381,119 92
32,850 00
86,000 00
339,150 00
760,898 16
535 00
29,070 66
134 26
1878.
1st January
§25,(
: 56
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
40,092 56
3,982 01
939 00
1879.
1st January
to
30th June,
(six months)
20,130 00
25,060 92
12,870 45
1,450 15
7,641 20
295 00
4,518 14
10
77 79
407 25
408,348 29
3,761 08
20,000 00
4,500 00
727,500 00
11,925 00
8,593 75
24,726 20
5,076 22
3,312 90
596 75
1,290 44
7,582 83
174 49
664 65
532 50
32,435 72
119 "
21,092 25
25,389 26
12,186 80
1,255 87
9,630 93
999 10
241 38
1,236 45
527 20
$12,546 78
17,500 00
24,000 00
60,000 00
26,034
1,689 44
462 60
30 00
4,625 00
2,676 60
10,387 50
856 50
120 50
240 50
287 65
269 19
146 00
70 63
290 00
8,397 45
25 74
1879-80.
1st July
15,690 00
10,640 89
11,494 ""
569 22
6,883 28
1,083
31 44
187 97
683 19
683 05
2,036 24
309 00
2,664 79
1,499 61
28 88
35 70
5 75
307 36
991 19
15 72
55 00
78 75
43 50
117 00
430,785 99
430,785 99
4,226 01
606,162 40 1,164,109 !
45,500 00
480,512 00
2,636 83
275 00
401 28
448
55
2 19
205 91
70 00
413 31
20 00
80 80
See below*
213,057 74
213,057 74
*508 13
21 20
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
22,032 44
3,801 00
628 50
25 56
150 00
1,263 41
9,527 50
5,413 50
25,301 10
2,811 00
59 25
701 25
414 35
899 4!
909 25
107 96
530 00
32,168 47
130 ""
1880-81.
1st July
30th June.
1881-82.
1st July
30th June.
§25,019 12
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
16,570 38
4,540 25
335 00
26,518 00
11,212 58
11,470 03
1.217 85
5.218 45
1,329 23
6 88
475 29
1,894
4,570
4,742
326 30
2,610 57
1,300 00
172 18
39 39
7C2 60
371 01
25 00
188 00
128 31
'iio'w
"% 047"60
390,907 91
390,907 91
1,576 74
180 00
667 59
8,900 00
5,343 60
26,355 00
2,623 45
11 25
865 50
61 25
2,373 01
1,380 07
151 42
745 00
40,065 04
181 93
27,246 00
12,710 80
13,708 06
1,134 85
6,491 46
146 95
5 63
306 70
1,026 10
1.870 86
2.871 95
5,092 50
90 50
1,671 11
§24,366 33
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
19.178 28
3,927 00
321 15
20 00
75 00
472 00
6,982 50
4,426 50
21,452 50
4,518 00
10 00
808 25
4,510 78
1,468 56
• 6,608 21
7 73
21 28
152 37
228 32
200 00
1,225 18
10 00
146 91
261 80
1,029 24
10 00
213,587 07
392.484 65
397,035 06
685 00
42,000 67
130 19
28,920 00
828 00
12,244 35
12,934 23
911 78
5,604 75
6 04
7 66
392 97
1,425 28
13 50
3,066 30
5,379 19
159 00
975 29
3,726 94
12 12
81 72
153 00
67 30
355 00
641 70
15 00
EXPENDITURE.
-Public Debt:—
Interest 	
Sinking Fund
Do.
'Loan Act, 1874," including Interest invested
(Trustees' account), "Loan Act, 1877," including Interest invested 	
Premium and Exchange	
Discount and C ommission	
* Redemption >f Debentures	
2 62
20 90
2,507 93
170 00
405,583 49
47,660 22
453,243 71
1,378 26
464,621 97
II.
III.
IV.-
V,-
VI.-
VII.-
VIII.-
IX.-
X.-
XI.-
XII.-
—Civil Government
—Administration of
—Legislation
-Public Institution j (Maintenance) :-
Assav Office .
Printing Office
Lunatic Asylui
-Hospitals and Charities
-Administration of
Administration
Police and Gao
-Education.
-Transport.
-Rent  	
-Revenue Services
-Public Works
Works and Bui .dings
Government Hpuse,JVictoria
Roads, Streets.
Surveys	
Do.     Sumas
** Graving Dock
Do.
XIII,—Miscellaneous Exr
Miscellaneous 1 Ixpenditure
Drawbacks and
Real Estate Ta:: Redemption
Immigration
Royal Commiss
Municipalities
t Indian Commission
% Kootenay Ro; ral Commission
Allowances
Office Continge icies
Pensions, Gratuities, &c.
(Salaries)	
Justice (Salaries).
1871.
20th July
to
31st Dec.
(six months)
§ 2,873 I
3,234 64
1872.
1st January
31st Dec.
S 8,194 89
Justice (other than Salaries) :-
of Justice	
and Bridges .
: Dyking Scheme	
C ontract No. 3 (42 Vic'.,' c. 20).'
enditure :■
Refund of Duties .
: Redemption	
ion (Texada)	
Deposits repaid  	
Sinking Fund (Trustees^ Account) Loan of 1877, Interest invested .
Dominion Savings Bank, Interest invested	
* Redemption.
British Columbia Loan Act, 1874 	
2,767 85
9,889 55
2,578 06
2,632 03
117 62
712 88
2,858 13
21,234 70
12,676 22
412 25
1,601 66
20 00
143 65
101,935 85
14,816 10
1873.
1st January
31st Dec.
S     688 48
1874.
1st January
to
31st Dec.
77,281
11,991 66
11,719 93
4,912 40
35,266 62
25,435 78
7,164
1,151 50
353 24
24,125 70
153,870 71
36,732 33
185 ~~
18 00
2,938 16
1,890 16
886 19
485 00
97,691 81
$ 97,691 81
432,082 71
432,082 71
4,111 51
14,045 63
6,611 45
25,074 52
5,094 60
498 53
1,471
21,546 79
100,601 11
11,371 49
§  563 79
42,949 13
6,948 92
2,032 31
300 00
372,618 64
380,918 62
86,310 75
11,205
681 63
2,689 31
4,293 85
12,067 67
6,234 11
21,393 11
38,908 30
5,678 63
344
5,532 02
34,303 75
290,354 40
32,202 55
1875.
1st January
31st Dec.
§ 8,863 50
25,(
3,494 56
1,451 18
583,355 89
925 68
684,281 67
ie below •
87,099 7
14,111 6
572 87
5,578 58
6,885 98
17,679 18
5,669 20
20,288 77
38,891 42
4,401
354 50
4,327 85
48,672 35
266,888 89
31,493 05
1876.
1st January
31st Dec.
§ 14,943 93    $ 40,674
1877.
1st January
31st Dec.
37,110 !
5,735 44
44 00
10,000 00
see below
91,190 07
16,997 14
773 58
1,912 43
9,926 93
14,214 80
7,889 60
18,083 56
44,506 11
3,101 09
274 20
7,178 02
46,174 04
289,980 44
14,302
1878.
1st January
31st Deo.
7,275 00
if 36,376-'66
614,658 89
1,217 65
213,400 00
829,276 54
2,140 00
150 00
5,250 00
2,108 70
728,310 01
1,799 95
66,600 00
6,709 96
93,442 16
15,671 47
531 20
1,433 63
9,357 65
14,582 89
8,268 31
25,891 05
47,129 63
3,231 19
229 20
9,457 31
40,396 75
205,891 41
18,825 33
443 11
40,142 44
2,240 00
'7,75606
685,046 34
13,298 40
** Graving Dock in 1872, §3,752 19, expenses for preliminary survey, advertising, &c, brought to account in Works and Buildings Expenditure
Do. 1873,   2,715 35,      do. do. do. do. (§215.35) in Works and Buildings, and (§2,500)
t Indian Commission in 1877, §11,405 77, brought to account in Miscellaneous Expenditure.
Do. 1878,     2,170 66 do. do.
Do. 1879,       550 00 do. do.
} Kootenay Royal Commission, 1879, $142 92.    do.
do.
U This item ($36,376) being 4 per cent, discount on Loan of 1877 for £150,000    $29,100 00
1      ,,       commission to Bank B. C. on „            7.275 00
§36,375 00
is charged to "Miscellaneous Expenditure" in the Ledger, but was omitted in the Account Current and Detailed Statements for 1877
as published. The amount of the Loan for 1877 is entered in the Account Current for that year as §691,125, instead of §727,500, and
"Miscellaneous Services" at $55,806.83, instead of §92,181.83, as entered in the Ledger; Discount and Commission, $36,375, having
been left out.
The following Expenditure in connection with the Loan of 1877, is also charged to "Miscellaneous Services" of that year, M
Expenses of B. C. Loan, viz. :—
Exchange on drafts  $938 00
Payment of services, H. H. Hughes     131 25
• Expenses and do.,     T. L. Stahlschmidt 2,572 43
3,641 68
Telegrams  1,001 67
$4,643 35
Jas. Jtjdsoh Young,
D
!,344 74
§ 52,072 94
543 00
14,550 00
368 68
488 60
65,500 00
89,338 40
28,454
776
2,144 29
10,168 65
15,158 96
9,814 19
21,827 14
43,334 01
2,269 30
78 50
6,755 78
14,444 36
77,832 54
3,008 38
1,877 72
18,871 21
1879.
1st January
to
30th June,
(six months)
§ 24,467 48
30,734 '
1,000 00
' 2,625 66
'84i'65
7,275 00
351 33
400 25
25,000 00
19,663 36
18,791 25
12,676 37
551 04
655 95
2,905 14
6,013 75
7,433 72
22,110 70
408 62
24 25
1,301 25
4,079 06
20,227 59
320 82
529 00
4,633 27
1879-80.
1st July
30th June.
6,895 97
514,878 83
4,091 36
186,715 20
1,646 50
188,361 70
§48,235 00
543 00
14,550 00
832 50
842 93
20,000 00
40,948 63
44,343 04
12,990 59
754 66
672
6,466 72
17,853 62
37,115 53
46,751 12
3,718 28
48 50
7,499 65
8,405 39
372 7!
97,697 07
131 00
1,895 36
14,018 78
1880-81.
1st July
30th June.
§47,010 00
543 00
14,550 00
617
243 19
1881-82.
1st July
to
30th June.
19,887 :
446,574 (
8,013 74
2,383 17
54 36
41,468 27
44,620 34
12,775 46
579 89
1,780 49
6.213 59
15,912 88
29,133 27
47,157 07
1,651 05
84 50
7,519
11,308 52
700 00
67,339 26
565 75
1,929 75
4,297 82
20,777 00
378,778 1
962 60
48 45
379,789 74
§45,473 89
619 48
16,981 45
240 00
488 97
20,000 00
42,626 46
47,166 64
13,320 45
443 90
1,305 30
5,170 S2
15,823 94
21,837 02
49,265 24
1,843 28
822 50
3,978 38
18,270 78
4,072 35
76,915 82
696 99
300 00
19,161 03
48,596 27
19,017 67
474,428 23
63 56
474,491 78
in Miscellaneous.
tputy Treasurer. 46 Vic.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882.
117
RETURN showing Debentures outstanding under the British Columbia Loan Acts.
Debentures Outstanding, Loan, 1874.
Date of issue on
Debentures.
Date issued from
Treasury,
1
Numbers.                      Denomination.
Amount.
•2Sth October, 1875.
1st January, 1877.
96 and 96                                 2 (o. «10,000
$ 20,000 (X!
Debentures Outstanding under Loan Act, 1877.
Date of issue.
Number (inclusive).
Denomination.
1st July, 1877.
j       1 to  500
X   .501 to 1000
500 @ £100
500 @ £200
£ 60,000 ) ,_ s.a„ _
£100;000|@3485 -
727,500 OO
Debentures Outstanding, issued under 42 Vic, Chap. 28.
Date of issue.
Rate.
Number.
Denomination.
1st October, 1878.
Par.
3, 19, 29, 30, 32, 49, 51,
52, 73, 90, 91.
11 @ $500
5,500 00
To
$763,000 00
Treasury,
9th November, 1882.
J. Judson Young,
Deputy Treasurer.
Statement of the sums deposited in the Dominion Savings Bank on account of Sinking
Fund, " Loan Act, 1874," with interest accruing therefrom.
Date.
Particulars.
Amount.
December 31,1878	
$ 543 00
13 47
January     5, 1880	
543 00
June         30,   „    	
40 89
„            30, 1881	
543 00
30,    „    	
48 46
December 31,   ,,    	
543 00
June          30,1882	
76 48
$2,351 28
Treasury,
9th November, 1882.
J, Judson Young,
Deputy Treasurer, 118
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882.
Statement of the sums paid to the Trustees " British Columbia Loan Act, 1877,"
(40 Vic, Chap. 20), on account of Sinking Fund, from 1st July, 1877, to 30th
June, 1882, with interest accruing therefrom.
Date.
November  9,1877
May 13, 1878
October 7, ,,
April 9, 1879
June 30,    ,,
September 19, ,,
December 31, ,,
March        22, 1880
30,   „
June 30,    ,,
September 30,   ,,
March        31, 1881
June 30,    ,,
September 30,   ,,
December 31,   ,,
March        31, 1882
June 30,   ,,
Particulars.
Draft on London at 60 days
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
Interest on investments ...
Draft on London at 60 days
Interest on investments ...
Do. do.
Draft on London at 60 days
Interest on investments....
Draft on London at 60 days
Do. do.
Interest on investments....
Draft on London at 60 days
Interest on investments	
Draft on London at 60 days
Interest on Investments ,..
Amount.
§7,275 00
7,275 00
7,275 00
7,275 00
508 13
7,275 00
503 39
698 36
7,275 00
891 39
7,275 00
7,275 00
980 79
7,275 00
1,130 24
7,275 00
1,301 21
§78,663 51
Treasury,
9th November, 1882.
Judson Young,
Deputy Treasurer.
Statement of the Sinking Fund, shewing the amount invested by the Trustees "British
Columbia Loan Act, 1877 " (40 Vic, Chap. 20), as brought to account to the 30th
June, 1882.
Date.
Particulars.
Amount.
April            6,1878	
Canada Deben
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do,
Do.
Do.
Do.
$ 7,027 65
July           26,    „   	
do	
6,968 25
„             30,   „   	
453 47
January    30,1879	
do	
7,667 85
September 29,    	
do	
7,904 89
January      2, 1880 	
do.
7,853 36
do	
8,172 85
30,1881	
7,547 81
December 31,   ,,   	
do	
9,275 62
June          30,1882	
do.
8,196 50
§71,068 25
Treasury,
9th November, 1882.
J. Judson Young,
Deputy Treasurer.
Statement of Expenses  paid by tbe Trustees "British Columbia Loan Act,   1877,"
(40 Vic, Chap. 20), in connection with the investment of sums remitted to them.
Date.
Particulars.
Amount.
May             9,1878	
§       50
December 31, 1879	
76 38
March        22, 1880	
Do                                                                                                    	
20 61
June          30,    	
Do.                                                                    	
20 61
June          30,1881	
Do                                                                           	
18 19
December 31,   ,,
Do            	
21 82
June          30,1882	
Do      	
19 40
$ 177 51
Treasury,
9th November, 1882.
J. Judson Young,
Deputy Treasurer, 46 Vm.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882.
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The Treasurer in Account Current with the Province of British Columbia.
FOR.   THE   YEAR   ENDED   30TH   JUNE,   1882.
Heads of Receipts.
Dominion of Canada:—
Yearly payment of Interest	
Do. Subsidy	
Do. Grant per eapita '......	
Do. for Lands conveyed in trust for Eailway purposes	
Land Sales	
,,   Revenue '	
Rents (exclusive of Land)	
,,    (Pastoral Leases)	
,,    (Ferries)	
,,     (Timber Leases)	
Free Miners' Certificates	
Mining Receipts, General	
Licences	
Fines, Forfeitures, and Fees	
Fees of Office	
Assay Fees	
Sale of Government Property	
Reimbursements in aid   	
Miscellaneous Receipts	
School Tax	
Marriage Licences	
Road Tolls	
Arrears, Real Estate Tax (1 per cent.) 1865-66	
Provincial Revenue Tax	
Real Property Tax	
Personal Property Tax	
Income Tax	
Wild Land Tax	
Delinquency on Taxes	
Printing Office Receipts	
County Court Fees ;	
Supreme Court (Probate Fees) 	
Law Stamps	
Registry Fees	
Immigration Refunds	
Interest	
Survey Fees	
Real Estate Tax Redemption	
Sumass Dyking Scheme	
Asylum for the Insane	
Victoria City Tax	
Guarantee Premium Refunds	
Revenue Service (Refunds)	
Sale of Consolidated Statutes	
Road Tax	
2£ per cent. Commission on Tax Sales	
Tax Sale Deeds	
Graving Dock Receipts	
Interest on Investment of Sinking Fund	
Dominion Government, advance on Graving Dock account, as per 43 Vic, chap. 8.
Total Receipts of Revenue	
Personal Accounts.
Bank of British Coluxnbia, Special Deposit	
Account Current, Bank of British Columbia	
British Columbia Loan Trustees, 1877	
F. B. McNamee & Co., Esquimalt Graving Dock, Contract No. 3 	
F. B. McNamee & Co	
The Corporation of the City of Victoria	
The Vancouver Land and Railway Co	
Deposits	
Dominion Savings Bank	
J. B. Henderson, Contractor, Sections 1 and 2, Trunk Road ,	
W. A. Johnston, ,, ,,        5 and 6, „ 	
T. McK. Lambly, Collector, Okanagan	
F. Hussey, „ Lytton.:	
J. C. Haynes, ,, Osoyoos  :	
J. Clapperton, ,, Nicola	
W. M. Dingwall,      ,, Comox	
H. Fry, ,, Cowichan	
C. Phair, ,, Lillooet	
J. E. White, „ Skeena	
Geo. Kenney, ,, Omineca ,	
N. Shakespeare,      ,, Victoria 	
R. Jones, ,, Victoria 	
C. Todd. Superintendent of Police, Victoria	
T. H. Giffin, Toll Collector, Cassiar .-	
Thos. Elwyn, Deputy Provincial Secretary	
H. B. W. Aikman, Registrar-General of Titles	
Thomas Harris, Registrar under Marriage Ordinances	
The Hon. the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works	
The Hon. the Attorney-General ,	
J. C. Prevost, Registrar, Supreme Court, Victoria Judicial District	
Hon. A. DeCosmos, Victoria	
CC, McKenzie, Superintendent of Education, Victoria	
Cash in hands of Deputy Treasurer, 1st July, 1881	
Do. J. C. Hughes, Sub-Accountant, New Westminster, 1st July, 1881
Do. W. Fernie, do. Kootenay, do.
Do. J. Bowron, do. Cariboo, do.
Do. G. C. Tunstall, do. Kamloops, do.
Do. M. Bray, do. Nanaimo, do.
Do. W. Teague, (late)       do. Yale, do.
Do. W. Dewdney, do. Yale, do.
Do. F. Soues, do. Clinton, do.
W. Dewdney, do. Yale, 30th June, 1882
Fiscal Year,
1st July, 1881,
TO
30th June, 1882.
$ 24,366 33
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
19,178 28
3,927 00
321 15
20 00
75 00
472 00
6,982 50
4,426 50
21,452 50
4,518 00
10 00
808 25
4,510 78
1,468 56
6,608 21
828 00
685 00
42,000 67
130 19
28,920 00
12,244 35
12,934 23
911 78
5,604 76
6 04
392 97
13 50
1,425 28
3,066 30
5,379 19
159 00
975 29
355 00
81 72
3,726 94
641 70
12 12
2 62
153 00
15 00
67 30
7 66
170 00
20 90
2,507 93
47,660 22
453,243 71
125,000 00
459,243 10
41 22
38,031 02
400 00
4,346 46
10,000 00
1,378 26
291 75
13,659 07
5,322 39
6,181 96
9,175 18
137 50
1,169 28
704 65
1,536 74
613 85
418 00
697 50
690 00
19,399 99
2,533 50
2,909 24
594 64
4,935 53
330 00
14,060 36
1,480 00
1,330 45
1,085 74
150 00
7,297 15
3,469 10
580 85
2,064 30
1,667 93
2,808 85
897 98
1,766 53
2,396 09
111 68
$ 1,203,151 55
Heads of Expenditure.
I.—Public Debt :—
Interest $ 45,473 89
Sinking Fund (Dominion Savings Bank) Loan Act, 1874  543 00
„          (Trustees' account), Loan Act, 1877  14,550 00
Accrued Interest on Sinking Fund, invested       2,507 93
Premium and Exchange   240 00
Discount and Commission  488 97
Redemption  20,000 00
II.—Civil Government (Salaries) -	
III. —Administration of Justice (Salaries)	
IV.—Legislation	
V.—Public Institutions (maintenance):—
Assay Office  $ 443 90
Printing Office  1,305 30
Asylum for the Insane  5,170 52
VI.—Hospitals and Charities	
VII.—Administration of Justice (other than Salaries)	
VIII.—Education ,	
IX.—Transport	
X.—Rent	
XL—Revenue Services	
XII.—Public Works :—
Works and Buildings  	
Government House, Victoria	
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves	
Surveys      $ 696 99
Sumass Dyking Scheme   300 00
Graving Dock	
Do.        Contract No. 3	
XIII.—Miscellaneous Expenditure	
Total Expenditure	
Personal Accounts.
Bank of British Columbia, Special Deposit ..
Account Current, Bank of British Columbia.
F. B. McNamee & Co., Esquimalt Graving Dock, Contract No.
Dominion Government (Section 2, Terms of Union)	
The Corporation of the City of Victoria	
Dominion Savings Bank	
J. B. Henderson, Contractor, Sections 1 and 2, Trunk Road .
W.A.Johnston, ,, „       5 and 6, „
T. McK. Lambly, Collector, Okanagan	
F Hussey, ,, Lytton.
Osoyoos.
Nicola
Comox.
Cowichan .
Lillooet .
Skeena.
Omineca .
Victoria ,
J. C. Haynes,
J.  Clapperton,
W. M. Dingwall,
H. Fry,
C. Phair,     -
J. E. White,
Geo. Kenney,
N. Shakespeare,
R. Jones,
C. Todd, Superintendent of Police, Victoria .
T. H. Giffin, Toll Collector, Cassiar	
Thos. Elwyn, Deputy Provincial Secretary, Victoria	
H. B. W. Aikman, Registrar General of Titles	
Thomas Harris, Registrar under Marriage Ordinances 	
The Hon. the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works	
The Hon. the Attorney-General	
J. C. Prevost, Registrar, Supreme Court, Victoria Judicial District	
Hon. A. DeCosmos	
C. C. McKenzie, Superintendent of Education, Victoria	
A. W. Vowell, Sub-Accountant, Cassiar, on 1st July, 1881	
Cash in hands of Deputy Treasurer on 30th June, 1882	
Do. J. C. Hughes, Sub-Accountant, New Westr., on 30th June, 1882.
Do. W. Fernie, do. Kootenay,
Do. J. Bowron, do. Cariboo,
Do. G. C. Tunstall, do. Kamloops,
Do. M. Bray, do. Nanaimo,
do.
do.
do.
do.
Do.
Do.
F. Soues,
A. W. Vowell,
do.
do.
Clinton,
Cassiar,
do.
do.
Fiscal Year,
1st July, 1881.
TO
30th June, 1882.
83,803 79
42,626 46
47,166 54
13,320 45
6,919 72
15,823 94
21,837 02
49,265 24
1,843 28
822 50
18,270 78
4,072 35
76,915 82
19,151 03
48,596 27
19,017 67
$ 474,428 23
135,000 00
452,500 01
37,769 22
819 87
2,361 71
63 56
428 89
13,659 07
5,322 39
5,098 83
9,165 29
490 00
1,156 78
692 65
1,537 24
570 33
418 00
697 50
690 00
19,399 94
2,533 50
2,929 24
594 64
4,935 53
330 00
13,981 86
1,480 00
1,330 45
1,085 74
150 00
1,121 58
5,836 42
170 04
81
1,339 61
1,688 08
1,228 11
134 49
11 94
$ 1,203,151 55
Examined and found Correct,
J. McB. SMITH,
Auditor.
9th November, 188%.
JAS. JUDSON YOUNG,
Deputy Treasurer. Keturn of Kevi
122
KEVENUE FOU THE FISCAL YEAE EN]
DEI) 30
RY  EROI
TH  JTO
1
TE, 1882.
O  c
\
NUE  COLLECTED
AND  BROUGHT
IO ACCOUNT  AT  TREASU
a 1st July, 1881, a
>0th June, 1882.
Heads of Receipt.
Received
from
sundry
sources
at
Treasury.
Victoria
City.
Victoria
District
Esquimalt
District.
Cowichan
District.
Nanaimo
District.
Comox
District.
New Westminster
City.
New Westminster
District.
Yale District.
Lillooet District.
Kootenay
District
Cariboo District.,
Cassiar
District.
Skeena.
Total.
'
Yale.
Lytton.
Osoyoos
and
Rock Ck.
Nicola.
Kamloops
Okanagan
Lillooet.
Clinton.
Cariboo.
Omineca.
Dominion of Canada:—
Six months' Interest @ 5 per cent     $24,366 33
Half-yearly Subsidy      35,000 00
207,366 33
207,366 33
19,178 28
3,927 00
321 15
75 00
20 00
472 00
6,982 50
4,426 60
21,452 50
4,518 00
10 00
808 25
4,510 78
1,468 66
6,608 21
685 00
42,000 67
130 19
828 00
12,244 35
12,934 23
911 78
5,604 75
6 04
7 66
392 97
1,425 28
13 50
5,379 19
159 00
975 29
153 00
356 00
641 70
3,726 94
15 00
67 30
12 12
81 72
2,507 93
3,066 80
170 00
20 90
28,920 00
2 62   '
Do.        Payment for Lands conveyed     100,000 00
347 00
53 00
408 25
18 00
2,512 25
117 00
1,413 00         259 50
137 00   * 1.067 50
4,621 03
554 50
322 00
133 00
4,4'9 25
1'6 50
3,039 00
55 00
20 00
5 00
480 00
21 00
480 00
170 00
392 00
785 00
40 00
594 50
365 00
15 00
25 00
321 15
75 00
20 00
70 69
4oi 3i
10 00
60 00
25 00
126 00
25 00
10 00
375 00
287 00
5,142 60
1,637 25
55 00
30 00
1,405 00
292 50
115 00
30 00
320 00
25 O0
10 00
90 00
35 00
55 00
105 66
42 50
300 00
206 00
255 66
182 50
985 00
95 00
490 00
302 50
630 00
3,477 50
2,292 00
3,690 00
90 00
330 00
242 50
125 00
1,680 00
957 50
1,380 90
160 00
25 00
1,810 00
765 00
2 50
820 00
10 00
190 00
8 50
1,355 00
978 00
40 00
720 66
815 00
28 75
10 00
50 00
746 00
,i6 25
964 25
Fees of Office	
808 25
12 75
4,476 03
793 60
6,498 96
12 00
10 00
661 71
io io
56 00
75 00
103 25
2 50
105 00
75
10 50
30 00
34,012 91
3 00
5 00
13 00
5 00
23 50
55 00
3,772 06
330 00
20 00
16 00
10 00
15 00
4,215 70
75 13
12 34
32 92
9 80
30 00
170 19
96 30
3 75.
54 50
1 75
261 00
1,992 80
1,035 04
19 50
122 82
120 00
437 56
369 32
24 00
16 31
63 40
9 00
393 00
3,056 50
422 71
1,812 56
133 57
927 34
660 31
80 10
62 95
347 32
41 33
13 00
1,586 57
456 94
418 30
271 75
725 59
5:17 16
383 26
311 57
718 96
. 639 25
633 26
811 58
31 00
16 00
17 83
165 75
6,519 45
740 93
398 80
27 50
1
942 90
355 84
2,339 84
4 29
1 60
21 00
.    104 30
13 90
2
1 10
21    00
1,256 60
4 78
35 20
0 75
5 00
64 95
0 63
3 50
319 27
1,330 45
6 00
50
2 00
6 60
29 88
13 50
12 45
•
4,473 23
28 00
604 97
94 00
C8 50
5 66
46 00
46,04
2 00
1.69 66
886 20
27 39
1 00
6 75
10 00
54 76
45 50
215 00
6 19
9 00
44 00
5.00
10 00
13 00
!4 00
(0 00
1 50
10 00
30 00
641 70
3,726 94
15 00
20 50
10 00
36 80
12 12
20 24
61 48
2,507 93
1,350 60
223 50
642 95
193 10
17 50
(5 80
76 40
331 15
165 30
10 00
40 00
120 00
20 90
4,206 00
1,131 00
447 00
613 00
3,282 00
291 00
489 00
2,889 00
8,991 00
828 00
156 00
ea oo
354 00
687 00
273 00
2,712 00
990 00
2 62
$
Dom. Govt., advance on Graving Dock account,as per 43 Vic.,c.8
230,661 68
47,660 22
18,763 81
6,826 93
4,189 01
3,798 68
9,423 80
2,059 65
4,068 22
14,202 64
63,686 42
3,447 35
525 00
1,156 78
7,9£2 18
4,388 83
721 45
9,298 46
2,458 21
16,170 41
697 50
10,258 58
798 00
405,583 49
47,660 22
i'
$453,243 71
Audit Office, ,.
1st November, 1882.
■.'   ■                -             ■
Mei
0.—In the
Land Rever
me from Comox Distri
it, SI,062.50 of the amount, is Rent received from the Baynes Sound Coal Co., from 25th March,
878,
to 25th June, 1882 @ $250 per annum.
J. MoB
Smith,
Audito'i 46 Vic.        Public Accounts, 1st July 1881, to 80th June 1882.
123
EXPENDITURE.
SUMMARY  OF  EXPENDITURE  FOR  THE  FISCAL  YEAR
ENDED   30TH   JUNE,   1882.
[Period prom 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882.]
SERVICE.
I.—Public Debt	
II.—Civil Government (Salaries)	
HI.—Administration of Justice (Salaries)	
IV.—Legislation	
V.—Public Institutions (Maintenance)	
VI.—Hospitals and Charities	
VII.—Administration of Justice (other than Salaries)	
VIII.—Education	
IX.—Transport 	
X.—Rent	
XI.—Revenue Services	
XII.—Public Works :—
Works and Buildings	
Government House, Victoria	
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves	
Surveys	
Graving Dock	
Do.        Contract No. 3 (42 Vic, chap. 20).
XIII.—Miscellaneous	
Total .
Arrbars.
113 90
405 39
36 00
72 00
122 92
394 37
13 75
1,033 07
360 00
261 80
125 60
8 2,967 93
Total
Expenditure.
I 83,803 79
42,626 46
47,166 54
13,320 45
6,919 72
15,823 94
21,837 02
49,265 24
1,843 28
822 50
3,978 38
18,270 78
4,072 35
76,915 82
996 99
19,151 03
48,596 27
19,017 67
$ 474,428 23
Audit Office,
nth November, 188*,
J. MoB. SMITH,
Auditor. 124
Public Accounts, 1st July 1881, to 30th June 1882.
EXPENDITURE.
RECAPITULATION   OF   EXPENDITURE   FOR  THE   FISCAL  YEAR
ENDED 30TH  JUNE,  1882.
[Period from 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882.]
Paoe.
Service.
Arrears.
expenditure
Total.
127
127
127
127
127
127
127
127
128
128
128
128
128
128
128
128
128
128
128
128
129
129
129
129
129
129
129
129
129
129
129
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
131
131
131
132
42
132
43
133
44
133
45
133
46
133
47
133
48
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
34
35
37
38
39
40
41
I.—Public Debt.
Interest 	
Sinking Fund	
Premium and Exchange...
Discount and Commission
Redemption	
II.—Civil Government (Salaries).
Lieutenant-Governor's Office	
Provincial Secretary and Minister of Mines' Department.
Do. Printing Branch	
Treasury Department	
Lands and Works Department	
Attorney-General's       do.	
Land Registry Office	
Legislation 	
Registration of Voters	
Assay Office	
Asylum for the Insane	
Revenue Services	
Temporary departmental assistance	
III.—Administration op Justice (Salaries).
Supreme Court (Victoria Judicial District).
Sheriffs	
County Court	
Police and Gaols, Victoria
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Esquimalt	
New Westminster	
do. District.
Kootenay	
Cariboo	
Cassiar	
Yale and Lytton	
Kamloops	
Nanaimo	
Lillooet District	
IV.—Legislation.
Indemnity to Members	
Mileage	
Registration of Voters (other than Salaries).
Expenses of Elections	
Contingent Fund 	
Telegrams	
Journals and Statutes binding	
V.—Public Institutions (Maintenance).
Assay Office, Cariboo  	
Printing Office, Victoria	
Asylum for the Insane, New Westminster :—
Provisions	
Fuel  :■•
Medicines 	
Clothing  	
Furniture	
Transport of Lunatics and Keepers.
Miscellaneous	
VI.—Hospitals and Charities.
5,661 28^|
685 75
162 50
340 40
70 47
127 26
222 87,1
Hospital, Victoria	
do.     New Westminster	
do.     Cariboo	
do.     Nanaimo	
do.     allowance, Cassiar	
In aid of destitute poor and sick ..
Hospital allowance, medicines, &c.
20 86
8 37
Carried forward.
$ 29 23
t45,473 89
17,600 93
240 00
488 97
20,000 00
1,399 93
5,370 00
5,879 99
6,600 00
7,470 00
1,950 00
3,019 92
850 00
375 00
1,200 00
6,574 96
2,086 66
850 00
2,400 00
1,499 78
900 00
7,291 96
720 00
7,496 92
720 00
1,404 00
6,724 00
5,659 96
4,110 00
1,200 00
4,819 92
2,220 00
8,800 00
2,679 00
12 00
283 50
430 45
144 75
970 75
443 90
1,305 30
5,170 52
6,000 00
4,250 00
3,999 96
2,000 00
271 18
200 10
102 70
$ 83,803 79
42,626 46
47,166 54
13,320 46
6,919 72
15,823 94
209,660 90 46 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July 1881, to 30th June 1882.
125
Page.
Vote.
135
135
135
138
138
140
143
143
144
145
145
146
146
147
147
147
148
148
149
149
149
150
161
161
161
161
161
161
151
161
151
163
163
153
154
164
154
154
154
154
154
154
156
155
155
155
166
166
156
155
156
156
156
156
156
156
156
156
156
157
157
157
157
167
49
50
61
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
70
71
72
73
74
74a
74b
74c
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
100
101
101A
101B
102
1C3
1C4
104A
104B
Service.
Brought forward	
VII.—Administration of Justice (other than Salaries).
Summoning and paying Jurors and Witnesses .
Prosecutions and Interpreters	
Expenses of Inquests ,	
Keep of Prisoners	
Rents	
Special Constables	
Transport of Prisoners and Constables	
Miscellaneous	
VIII.—Education.
Education Office	
Victoria City District	
Victoria District	
Esquimalt District	
Cowichan District	
Nanaimo District 	
Comox District	
New Westminster City District.
New Westminster District	
Hope-Yale District	
Lillooet District	
Cariboo District	
IX.—Transport.
Freight on Remittances	
Travelling expenses of Officers on duty.
Keep of Horses	
Arrears.
X.—Rent
Government House, Victoria	
Boat-house, Nanaimo	
Lieutenant-Governor's Residence	
Government Agent's Residence, Yale.
XI.—Revenue Services
Commission	
Courts of Appeal
Travelling expenses .
Miscellaneous	
XII.—Public Works.
Works and Buildings.
Repairs to Government Buildings and Fences, Victoria 	
do. do. do. New Westminster.
do. do. do. Nanaimo	
do. do. do. Yale District	
do. do. do. Cariboo District ...
do. do. do. Lillooet District ..,
do. do. do. Cassiar District...
do. do. do. Kootenay	
Repairs to Asylum for the Insane, New Westminster..,	
Convalescents' Home, Victoria	
Improvement of Government Reserves	
Insurance of Government Buildings	
Furniture for Government Offices	
Hospital, Nanaimo	
Repairs to Public Schools, Victoria.
Do.
Construction
Repairs
Construction
Repairs
Construction
Repairs
Construction
Do.
Do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
East-South Saanich .
Esquimalt	
Nanaimo	
Wellington	
Denman Island	
New Westminster ...
Maple Ridge	
Langley Prairie	
Chilliwhack	
Yale	
Granville .
Construction of Court House and Gaol, Yale.
Enlarging School House, North Saanich 	
Government House, Victoria.
Repairs to Buildings...
Furniture	
Repairs to Fences, &c.
Water	
Fuel and Light	
Carried forward     1,187 56
$W  23
6 70
10 50
30 83
56 50
5 00
4 37
17 75
165 07
64 02
3 00
13 75
34 02
8 10
40 00
00
72 00
46 92
46 00
59 85
8 42
18 00
47 05
9 25
219 22
32 38
13 75
EXPENDITURE
$ 3,145 92
416 15
249 40
11,729 96
431 50
2,425 93
2,920 16
517 65
2,277 00
11,304 71
4,562 11
2,341 67
2,404 05
6,621 10
1,275 10
2,660 04
6,419 51
5,227 87
1,509 25
2,662 83
1,639 43
132 87
48 50
108 00
600 00
66 00
1,107 69
320 75
1,135 46
1,414 48
939 93
199 82
149 47
159 55
269 11
37 50
50 00
293 00
55 26
1,000 00
190 65
1,545 78
911 09
250 00
2,000 13
99 00
750 00
404 50
756 50
50 00
2,440 00
50 00
380 00
645 00
690 00
30 00
3,601 60
323 00
1,968 71
1,589 17
98 37
100 10
99 00
3,855 35
? 209,660 90
21,837 02
49,265 24
1,843 28
822 50
3,978 38
18,270 78
305,678 10 126
Public Accounts, 1st July 1881, to 30th June 1882.
Page.
Vote.
Service.
Arrears.
3XPENDITURE
Total.
157
157
157
167
158
158
169
159
160
161
161
162
165
166
167
168
168
168
169
169
169
169
169
170
170
170
170
170
170
171
171
171
171
172
172
172
173
174
174
174
174
174
174
174
174
174
175
175
175
175
175
104c
104D
104E
105
106
107
109
109a
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
121a
121b
122
123
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
145
146
148
149
150
151
152
Brought forward	
XII.—Public Works.—Concluded.
Government House, Victoria.—Concluded.
* 1,187 56
Planting Grounds.
Gardener	
Miscellaneous	
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.
Improvement of Beacon Hill Park	
Goldstream and San Juan River Trails 	
Wharf at termination of Trunk Road, New Westminster .
Victoria District	
Burnside and Prospect Lake Roads	
Esquimalt District	
Cowichan District	
Nanaimo District	
Comox District	
Main Trunk Road, Yale to Cariboo	
New Westminster District	
Yale District	
Lillooet District	
Cariboo District	
Kootenay District	
Cassiar District	
Nicola River Bridge Repairs	
Skeena River to Omineca	
Lillooet Ferry	
Surveys.
Surveys throughout the Province.
" Sumas Dyking Act, 1878 "	
360 00
Graving Dock, Esquimalt.
Kinipple & Morris, Resident Engineer's salary .
Inspector of Concretes	
Storage 	
Construction	
Insurance	
Miscellaneous	
Contract No. 3 .
XIII.—Miscellaneous Expenditure.
Advertising.
Stationery ..
Postage.
Telegrams	
Fuel and Light	
Library, Legislative and Departmental	
Refunds	
Premium on Guarantee Bonds	
Allowance to Officer, Kootenay for travelling expenses, wood, light, &c
Fire Department, Victoria	
do. Nanaimo	
do. New Westminster	
do. Cariboo	
Agricultural Societies   	
Telephone Service	
Miscellaneous, not detailed	
B. Dooling, compensation for injury sustained at Asylum for the Insane
J. Welsh, grant in aid of explorations at the head waters of Skeena River,
Bear, Babine, and other Lakes 	
Walter Dewdney, to indemnify him for cash lost during fire at Yale	
Hon. A. DeCosmos, expenses of mission as Special Agent 	
10 00
6 75
89 50
19 25
3,855 35
50 00
160 00
17 00
250 00
967 66
1,200 25
9 50
3,500 70
392 50
102 00
3,012 27
272 32
2,098 50
3,501 14
1,387 86
31 00
39,446 96
3,516 78
662 50
3,352 95
3,505 14
4,500 84
40 75
2,016 25
25 00
2,109 50
1,736 33
20 00
400 20
300 00
2,187 00
810 00
900 00
14,002 15
939 08
312 80
1,477 60
1,767 97
1,439 05
984 84
1,872 73
216 60
2,229 05
477 00
200 00
1,500 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
600 00
168 00
1,890 51
500 00
400 00
808 78
1,085 74
$ 305,678 10
4,072 35
76,915 82
19,151 08
48,596 27
19,017 67
Total    $ 2,967 93
1*474,428 23
Audit Office,
28th November, 1882.
J. McB. SMITH,
Auditor. 46 Vic.        Public Accounts, 1st July 1881, to 30th June 1882.
127
DETAILED   EXPENDITURE.
STATEMENT showing the Expenditure, as brought to account in the Treasury
Department, on account of the Province of British Columbia, for the Fiscal Year
ended 30th June, 1882.
[Period, from 1st July 1881, to 30th June, 1882.]
TO WHOM PAID.
Bank of B. C, London.
Various persons	
Bank British Columbia)
forB. C. Loan Trustees f
B. C. Loan Trustees..
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Dominion Savings Bank
Dominion Savings Bank
Bank of British Columbia
Bank of B. C, London.
London Brokers	
Various persons..
Capt. R. G. Tatlow....
T. Luscombe	
Do	
P. J. Smith	
Hon. T. B. Humphreys
T. Elwyn	
D. Deasy	
R. Wolfenden 	
G. Williams	
R. Butler 	
R. Holloway	
F. Shakespeare	
M. McDowell	
J. Davies	
Hon. R. Beaven	
J. J. Young	
J. McB. Smith	
I.—PUBLIC DEBT.
Vote No. 1.—Interest.
12 months' interest, at 6 per cent., on §727,500, 40 Vic. Chap. 20...
10 days' do. 7       „ 20,000, 42 Vic, Chap. 28...
12 months'     do. 7      „ 5,500, 42 Vic, Chap. 28...
12       ,. do. 7       „ 20,000, 37 Vic, Chap. 21...
Vote No. 2.—Sinking Fund.
1 per cent, on $727,500, 40 Vic, Chap, 20, payable in London, 1st July..
,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,,       1st Jan..
Accrued annual interest on investments of Sinking Fund, 40 Vic, Chap
20, re-invested in London, £502 14s. 8d. @ $4.85 	
Annual payment on $20,000, 37 Vic, Chap. 21, payable in Victoria, 31st
December	
Accrued annual interest on Sinking Fund Deposits, 37 Vic, Chap. 21..
Vote No. 3.—Premium and Exchange.
Exchange on draft to London for £12,000 (40 Vic, Chap. 20) @ $4.87 .
Vote No. 4.—Discount and Commission.
Commission on payment of coupons, 40 Vic., Chap. 20	
Brokerage, in London, on investments of Sinking Fund, 40 Vic, Chap. 20
Vote No. 5.—Redemption.
Payment of Debentures, 42 Vic, Chap. 28, Numbers 1, 6,10,13,14, 18,
21, 24, 25, 26, 27, 31, 34, 35, 36, 38, 39, 44, 47, 50, 54, 55, 57, 58, 6"
63, 64, 65, 67, 69, 70, 71, 72, 75, 76, 80, 83, 87, 88, and 89, @ $500
IL—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).
Vote No. 6.—Lieutenant-Governor's Office.
Private Secretary, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882, 12 months @ $75
Gardener, do. to 30th April, 1882,10 months,     41 i
Gardener and Messenger (extra)	
Messenger, 1st May to 30th June, 1882, 2 moSiths, @ $25
Vote No. 7.—Provincial Secretary and Minister op Mines.
Provincial Secretary, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882,12 m., @ $250
Deputy Provincial Secretary, do. do. do.        125
Messenger, do. do. do. 72 50
Printing Branch.
Superintendent, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882,12 months, @ $150
Printer, do. do. do.    '        90
Do. do. do. do. 90
Do. do. do. do. 80
Assistant Printer,      do. do. do. 40
Sessional Printer, 12th Dec, 1881, to 30th April, '82,4 mo. 19 d., 80
Do. 21st March to 30th April, 1882,       1 „    10 „  80
Vote No. 8.—Treasury.
Minister of Finance, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882,12 m., @ $250
Deputy Treasurer, do. do. do. 150
Auditor, do. do. do. 150
Carried forward..
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
43,650 00
385 00
1,400 00
7,275 00
7,275 00
2,431 45
543 00
447 75
41 22
900 00
416 60
33 33
50 00
3,000 00
1,500 0C
870 00
1,800 00
1,080 00
1,080 0C
960 00
480 OC
371 61
108 38
3,000 00
1,800 00
1,800 00
45,473 89
17,600 93
240 00
488 97
20,000 00
83,803 79
1,399 93
5,370 00
'5,879 99
6,600 00
19,249 92 128
Public Accounts, 1st July 1881, to 30th June 1882.
TO WHOM PAID.
Hon. G. A. Walkem ...
W. S. Gore	
F. G. Richards, Jr	
J. J. Austin	
Hon. J. R. Hett	
E. Harrison, Jr	
H. B. W. Aikman	
R. F. Tolmie	
Hon. F. Williams	
T. Fell	
W. H. Jenkinson	
E. A. Leigh	
R. H. Pidcock	
Henry Fry	
S. Roberts	
Alex. Mouat	
J. Phillips	
J. Burr 	
H. Young	
J. B. Tiffin	
G. Munday	
Do	
G. F. Hume	
G. Hutchinson	
W. J. Graham	
J. F. Strange	
J. W. R. Leman	
Flora Ross	
H. McCormack	
F. Rubenstein	
Jane Munday	
J. A. Sivewright, M. D
T. R. Mclnnes, M. D..
R. Jones	
T. H. Giffin...
C. Gallagher..
T. H. Williams
J. C. Prevost
B. Evans	
T. Harris ...
G. Byrnes ...
J. Morrison..
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
@ 8250
150
Brought forward	
II.—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Concluded.
Vote No. 9.—Lands and Works Department.
Chief Commissioner, 1st July, 1881, to 12th June, 1882.11 m. 12d. @ $250
Surveyor-General, do. do. 12 ,, 150
Draughtsman, do. do. 12 „ 125
Clerk of Records, do. do. 12 „
Vote No. 10.—Attorney-General's Department.
Attorney-General, 13th to 30th June, 1882,18 days,
Solicitor, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882,12 months,
Vote No. 11.—Land Registry Office.
Registrar of Titles, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882,12m., @ $166 66
Clerk, do. do. do. 85
Vote No. 12.—Legislation.
Speaker of House of Assembly, Sessional Allowance	
Clerk do. do. 	
Messenger do. do. 	
Vote No. 13.—Registration of Voters.
Collector of Voters for Victoria City and Esquimalt District, 1st July.
1881, to 30th June, 1882, 12months	
Collector of Voters, Comox, 1st July 1881, to 30th June, 1882,12 months
Do. Cowichan,       do. do. do.
Do. Victoria Dist., do. do. do
Vote No. 14.—Assay Office.
Assayer, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882, 12 months, @ $100...
Vote No. 15.—Asylum for the Insane.
Superintendent.
Keeper,
Co.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do,
Do.
Do.
Matron,
Cook,
Do.
Washer,
Medical Officer,
Do.
1st July, 1881, to 30th
15th
„ 30th
„ „        30th
1st to 31st July, 1881.
1st Aug. 1881, to 30th
April 5 d., May 15 d.,
1st July, 1881, to 30th
1st May to 30th Juno,
1st Aug. '81, to 30 Ju.
5th May to 30th June,
1st July, 1881, to 30th
„            „        31st
1st April to 30th June.
1st July, 1881, to 30th
8 months )
4       „       f    	
June, 1882, 12 months, <<
May,    „    10i     „
June,   ,,     12       ,,
April, „     10       „
  1       ,,
April, 1882,  9
Ju. 30 d. = la, 20 d.
June, 1882, 12 months,
1881, 2
'82 9 m. <S> $40, 1 @ 845.
1882,1 month, 26 days, 4
June, 1882,12 months,
March, ,,       9       ,,
„      3
June,   „     12       ,,
^$75.00
50
45
45
40
45
40
45
45
Arrears,
S   cts.
12
845.00
50
30
30
10
33 33
Vote No. 16.—Revenue Services.
Assessor and Collector, Victoria City, Victoria and Esquimalt Districts,
1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882, 12 months, @ 8110 per month ..
Toll Collector, Cassiar, 1st July to 31st October, 1881, and 1st May to
30th June, 1882, 6 months, @ $100 per month	
Revenue Collector, Yale, llth May to 30th June, 1882, @ $100 per mo.
Vote No. 17.—Temporary Assistance.
Treasury Department, 1st July, 1881, to 28th February, 1882, 8 m. @ $100
do. 15th to 30th June, 1882 J „
III.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (SALARIES).
Vote No. 18.—Supreme Court, Victoria Judicial District.
District Registrar, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882, 12 months, @ $150
Usher, do. do. do.
Vote No. 19.—Sheriffs.
Sheriff, Victoria, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882,12 months, @ $41.
Do.    Cariboo, do. do. do. ,
Do.   NewWest'r, do. do. do. ,
Carried forward.
$ cts.
2,860 00
1,800 00
1,500 00
1,320 00
150 00
1,800 00
1,992 92
1,020 00
250 00
450 00
150 00
150 00
50 00
75 00
100 00
900 00
626 00
540 00
450 00
40 00
405 00
67 50
540 00
90 00
455 00
82 50
OOO 00
270 00
90 00
120 00
399 96
1,320 00
600 00
166 66
800 00
50 00
1,800 00
600 00
499 94
499 92
$ cts.
19,249 92
7,470 00
3,019 92
850 00
375 00
1,200 00
5,574 !
2,086 66
42,626 46
2,400 00
1,499 78
3,899 78 46 Vic          Public Accounts, 1st July 1881, to 30th June 1882.
129
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
3,899 78
900 00
7,291 96
720 00
7,496 92
720 00
1,404 00
6,724 00
6,659 96
4,110 00
1,200 00
4,819 92
III.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (SALARIES).—Continued.
Vote No. 20.—County Court, Victoria Judicial District.
District Registrar, Victoria, 1 July, 1881, to 30 June, 1882,12 mo. @ $75
Vote No. 21.—Police and Gaols, Victoria.
Superintendent of Police, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882, @ $133.33
Gaoler,                                    do.                             do.                        100
Assistant Gaoler,                 do.                          do.                       76
Do.                          do.                           do.                       60
Seniot Convict Guard,          do.                             do.                         80
Convict Guard,                    do.                          do.                        60
Do.                               do.                             do.                         60
Medical Officer, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882	
C. Todd	
1,599 96
1,200 00
912 00
720 00
960 00
720 00
720 00
60 00
400 00
J. D. Ford	
C.Blake	
J. S. Helmcken, M.D	
Vote No. 22.—Police and Gaols, Esquimalt.
Constable, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882, <a $60 per month	
Vote No. 23.—Police and Gaols, New Westminster.
Government Agent, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882, 12 m. @ $133.33
Assistant  do.              do.                     30th April,          10              75
Do.                       8th to 16th June, 1882,                      7 days,       2.50
Do.                       16th to 30th June,  ,,                         J m.         75
District Registrar, Supreme and Countv Courts, Judicial District of
Westminster, 1st July 1881, to 30th June, 1882, 12 m. @     75
Gaoler,                                       do.                       do.         12 „         100
Assistant Gaoler,                     do.                     do.        12 ,,          76
Senior Convict Guard,             do.                       do.         12 ,,           80
Convict Guard,                         do.                       do.         12 „           60
Medical Officer,                         do.                       do.         12 „           33.33
Vote No. 24.—Police and Gaols, New Westminster District.
Constable, Burrard Inlet, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882,12 m. @ $60
Vote No. 25.—Police and Gaols, Kootenay.
Government Agent, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882, 12 mo., @ $117
Vote No. 26.—Police and Gaols, Cariboo.
Government Agent, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882, 12 mo., @ $142
District Registrar of Supreme and County Courts, Judicial District of
. Cariboo, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882,     12 months, @ $100
Constable and Collector, do.                            do.               ,,             125
Do., Forks of Quesnelle, do.                            do.               „             125
Do., Stanley,                   do.             to 31st Jan., 1882,     7 mo.        100
Messenger, Richfield,      do.             to 30th June   „      12 ,,             10
Vote No. 27.—Police and Gaols, Cassiar.
Gold Commissioner, Laketon, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882 @$166 66
Constable and Recorder, McDame Creek, do.             do.                125
Do.                     do.     Laketon,            do.             do.                125
Constable, Stickeen, 1st November, 1881, to 30th April, 1882,       100
1,599 96
750 00
17 50
37 50
900 00
1,200 00
912 00
960 00
720 00
399 96
D. B. Grant	
C. N. Trew, M.D	
J.Miller	
1,704 00
1,200 00
1,500 00
1,500 00
700 00
120 00
S. Y. Wootton	
A. W. Vowell	
1,999 96
1,500 00
1,500 00
600 00
20 00
20 00
20 00
T. H. Giffin	
W. C. Baker	
Vote No. 28.—Police and Gaols, Yale and Lytton.
Government Agent, Yale, 1st to 9th July, 1881,                     @ $100
Do.                 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882,       100
Constable & Collector, Yale,       do.                             do.                  80
Do.                            do.                             do.                  80
Do.          Lytton,    do.                           do.                80
Vote No. 29.—Police and Gaols, Kamloops.
Government Agent, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882,12 m., @ $100
Vote No. 30.—Police and Gaols, Nanaimo.
Government Agent, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882,12 m., @ $100
Inspector of Mines,           do.                         do.                do.           90
Gaoler,                              do.                       do.               do.           75
Convict Guard,                  do.                         do.                do.           60
Medical Officer,                  do.                         do.                do.           16 66
Constable, Wellington, 1st July to llth Dec, 1881, 5m. and 11 d., 60
Do.             12th Dec., 1881, to 30th June, 1882, 6 m. 19 d., 60
30 00
1,200 00
960 00
960 00
960 00
H. B. Roycraft	
1,200 00
1,080 00
900 00
720 00
199 92
322 00
398 00
A. Dick	
W. Stewart	
S. Drake	
D. Cluness, M.D	
W. Jack	
44,946 54 130
Public Accounts, 1st July 1881, to 30th June 1882.
TO WHOM PAID.
F. Soues	
W. Livingstone .
Various Members
Various Members
J. Camp	
" Daily Standard:
" Mainland Guardian ".,
" Free Press "	
" Inland Sentinel"	
,(Daily Standard"...."..
Langley &Co	
C. McCormack	
'•Daily Standard"	
Do. 	
" Daily Colonist"	
Do	
British Columbian	
R. T. Williams	
Do	
Do	
Thornton Fell	
Do	
M. &H. A. Fox	
M. Miller	
Wm. Deasy	
John Weiler	
S. Reid & Co	
J. Sehl	
J. W. Williams	
Dominion Government.
Do.
Do.
R. T. Williams.
Hudson Bay Co.
G. Harris	
Mason and Daly,
Langley & Co. .
Van Volkenburg.
J. Harkins	
E. Deslauriers ..
A. U. Christie ..
Hy. Elliott	
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward	
III.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (SALARIES).—Concluded.
Vote No. 31.—Police and Gaols, Lillooet District.
Government Agent, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882,12 m., @ $100
Constable and Collector,      do. do. do. 85
IV.—LEGISLATION.
Vote No. 32.—Indemnity to Members.
Sessional Allowance, 22 Members, @ $400 each	
Vote No. 33.—Mileage.
From and to place of residence	
Vote No. 34.—Registration op Voters (Other than Salaries.)
Use of rooms for holding Court of Revision	
Advertising Court of Revision	
Vote No. 35.—Expenses of Elections.
Advertising Proclamation, Election, &c, New Westminster City	
Do. do. Nanaimo and Cowichan Dist
Do. do. Yale	
Do.       Writs, appointment of Returning Officers, &c	
Six dozen coloured ink pads, &c, for polling stations	
Vote No. 36—Contingent Fund,
Subscription to Guardian and Free Press, Sept., 1881, to May, 1882
Do, Standard, do. June, 1882
Do.       3 copies for the Session,	
Do.       1 copy, September, 1881, to June, 1882	
Do.       3 copies for the Session	
Do.       1 copy, January to December, 1882	
Binding Guardian, Herald, Free Press, Sentinel, Colonist & Standard
Portfolio for form of prayer	
Stamping names of Members on British North America Act	
Supplies S140, postage, &c, @2.75	
Services as Secretary to Graving Dock Committee, 24 days @ S3 ^ day
Penknives for Members	
Printing cards	
Assisting Messenger	
Hire of chairs and purchase of crockery	
Six towels	
Hire of chairs 	
Carriage hire for Graving Dock Committee	
Vote No. 37.—Telegrams.
Mr. Speaker Williams to Lord Kimberley   	
Chairman, Dock Committee, to Hon. A. DeCosmos	
From Hon. A. DeCosmos, re Railway	
Vote No. 38.—Journals and Statutes Binding.
Binding' 225 vols. Journals of the Legislative Assembly, 1881	
Do.     225   ,,     Sessional Papers do. 	
Do.       50   ,,   Appendix to Revised Statutes	
Do.    Reports and Voters List	
Do.    Public Accounts, 250 copies	
Do.    Births, Deaths, and Marriages, School, & Public Works Reports
Do.    Public Accounts, and Report of Minister of Mines,	
Do.    350 Volumes of Statutes	
Stitching and pressing 1,000 Mining Acts	
Binding Prison Report	
V.—PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).
Vote No. 39.—Assay Office, Cariboo.
Freight on 3 packages, Assay stores .-	
170 sacks of charcoal, @ 75 cents	
229 „ „ 	
Fire bricks and fire clay	
31 sacks of charcoal, @ 75 cents	
Sawing wood and clearing snow from building	
Two cords of wood	
Three ladders	
Removing Assay materials to new store, New Westminster.
Carried forward.
Arrears.
$   cts.
cts.
S   cts.
44,946 54
1,200 00
1,020 00
2,220 00
47,166 54
8,800 00
2,679 00
6 00
7 00
12 00
77 00
26 60
23 00
142 50
14 50
283 50
8 50
13 00
6 00
13 00
6 00
3 00
52 00
3 50
3 SO
142 75
72 00
40 00
7 00
12 00
37 20
3 00
3 00
5 00
62 50
7 25
75 00
144 75
157 50
371 25
62 50
29 00
20 00
40 50
20 00
245 00
20 00
5 00
970 75
13,320 45
61 40
127 50
171 75
6 00
23 25
23 00
v ■
10 00
13 50
7 50 46 Vic. Public Accounts, 1st July 1881, to 30th June 1882.
131
TO WHOM PAID.
Shears & Partridge..
P. McQuade & Son..
A. Ofner	
Mrs. Deasy	
Collector of Customs
Welch, Rithet& Co.
W. McDowell	
Miller & Richard ...
Langley & Co	
M. W. Waitt, & Co..
T. N. Hibben* Co..
R. Savage 	
Wells Fargo & Co...
J. Patterson	
Fellows & Prior	
J. Maynard	
A. Whetstone   	
Geo. Doughty	
W. Newbury	
FOE WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward	
V.—PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).—Continued.
Vote No. 40.—Printing Office, Victoria.
Materials for printing press	
Sheet rubber, sewing, and sundries	
Soap, matches, and broom	
Washing towels, 15 months, to 30th June, 1882	
Duty on type from San Francisco	
Freight   „ „ 	
Drayage ,, ,,	
Type	
25 lbs. of potash	
Paper, &c	
Do	
Carriage of sessional papers to post office	
Charges on package from San Francisco	
Repairs to boiler and tubes	
One saw	
Carriage of parcels to Post Office	
Do. do	
Two brushes	
Strap for engine	
Vote No. 41.—Asylum for the Insane.
Provisions.
Arrears.
$   cts.
8 73
3 75
5 38
3 00
Neufelder & Ross	
R. Dickinson	
J. R. King	
M. D. McLennan	
W. Harvey	
J. Ibbotson	
H. Elliott	
A. M. Herring	
W.J. Jeffree	
D. Withrow	
E. C. Scoullar & Co...
J. Cunningham	
R. Law	
H. Elliott	
C. G. Major	
G. Edgar 	
R. Cunningham	
J. E. White	
B. C. Express Co	
G. Baillio	
G. Coxon	
C. C. Minkler  	
S. M. Nelson	
C. Kennedy 	
W. G. Bowman	
J. Holoran	
C. F. Guillen	
Geo. Whetflcld 	
J. W. Howison	
H. Bonson	
Steamer " Enterprise
Do.     "Ada"	
R. J. Ferguson	
W. Jackson, M.D....
L. R. Mclnnes, M.D.
C. N. Trew, M.D....
A. Masters, M.D	
A. W. Gamble, M.D.
D. Cluness, M.D....
T.N. Hibben & Co..
Groceries, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882.
Meat,
Milk,
Do.
Bread,
Fish,
Coal and wood. 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882
Medicines.
do.
do.
do. to 31st December, 1881 .
1st January to 30th June, 1882	
1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882	
do. do. 	
Fuel.
Drugs, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882 	
Clothing.
Sundry clothing, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882 .
Furniture.
Repairing and covering 2 lounges	
Repairing cooking utensils and sundries
Crockery, &c	
Repairing cooking range	
Hay for beds	
Lamp glasses, burners, wicks, &c	
Transport of Lunatics and Keepers.
In charge of Dennis Printable at Skeena 	
Do. do. and steamer fare, Skeena to Victoria.
Meals and bed at Skeena for Dennis Printible	
Stage fage, Lytton to Yale, Ah Moy	
Meals and bed for do	
Team hire for Constable Hussey to arrest Ah Moy	
In charge of Ah Moy, including meals	
Meals, bed, and horse keep for Constable Hussey, in charge of Ah Moy
In charge of Ah Moy	
Buggy hire for police with W. H. Cox, from Lake District to Victoria .
Buggy hire for R. Hoy	
In charge of W. Isbister, from Nanaimo to the Asylum	
Conveyance of J. Whittle	
Meals and bed for Constable Campbell in charge of Cox	
Conveying W. Isbister from steamer to the Asylum	
Passage and meals for Constables in charge of lunatics	
Do. W. Isbister, Nanaimo to New Westminster	
Conveyance of Harrison and Bell	
Miscellaneous.
Examination and certificate, 1 patient, Cox ,
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
2 patients, Hoy and Henly 	
3 ,,       Henly, Hoy, and Ah Moy.
1 patient, Ah Moy	
,,        Isbister	
Newspapers, 1st January, 1881, to March, 1882  ...
Carried forward.
%   cts.
8 37
29 23
14 86
10 12
11 38
15 00
34 10
1 80
75
170 64
7 50
542 00
473 75
1 00
2 30
13 10
1 50
1 00
50
2 50
1 60
$   cts.
443 90
1,305 30
1,452 83
1,188 53
118 20
183 30
601 17
47 25
3,661 28
685 75
162 50
340 40
20 00
25 51
10 00
2 00
2 75
10 21
70 47
4 50
25 0C
3 0C
12 5C
2 25
6 0C
6 0C
5 0C
5 0C
6 0C
1 OC
10 OC
1 oc
1 5C
1 OC
33 0C
3 0C
1 5C
127 25
5 00
10 0(
..
30 0(
5 0(
4 0C
4 0C
27 87
85 87' 6,696 85 132
Public Accounts, 1st July 1881, to 30th June 1882.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
29 23
85 87
16 00
5 00
25 00
2 25
5 00
25 00
1 00
25 00
3 00
30 75
6,696 85
V.—PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).—Concluded.
Vote No. 41.—Asylum for the Insane.—Concluded.
Miscellaneous.—Concluded.
J. E. Lord	
R. W. Deane & Co	
J. Smith	
VI.—HOSPITALS AND CHARITIES.
Vote No. 42.—Hospital, Victoria.
Grant in aid, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882 	
222 87
6,919 72
W. C. Ward   	
5,000 00
4,250 00
3,999 96
W. H. Keary	
Vote No. 43.—Hospital, New Westminster.
Vote No. 44.—Hospital, Cariboo.
Grant in aid, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882	
Vote No. 45.—Hospital, Nanaimo.
Grant in aid, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882	
2,000 00
Callbreath, Grant, & Cook
Vote No. 46.—Hospital Allowance, Cassiar.
17 12
42 61
6 00
20 00
156 45
10 00
6 00
13 00
Do.        do	
J Walsh	
Groceries, wood, &c, supplied Indian Billy, blind and destitute, Nov.,
1881, to June, 1882 '.	
Vote No. 47.—In aid of Destitute Poor and Sick.
271 18
25 00
20 00
10 00
12 00
33 10
20 00
30 00
25 00
25 00
Do                       	
Expenses conveying S. Anderson, destitute miner, tohospital, Barkerville
Do.                         do.                         do.                             do.
Do.                         do.                         do.                             do.
Veith & Borland	
Do	
Mrs, Skitch	
Do.             	
Do	
Vote No. 48.—Hospital Allowance—Medicines, &c.
T Shotbolt	
72 70
30 00
H. H. D  Shuttleworth..
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
Vote JVb. U9.—Summoning and paying Jurors and Witnesses.
18 00
4 50
9 00
18 00
18 00
3 00
18 00
0 00
8 00
8 00
8 00
4 00
6 00
16 00
16 00
15,823 94
Witness fee,                                             do.             3 days @ $1.50	
Do.                                                        do.              3   „          3	
E. Bailey	
Indians Samuel, Prosper,
Witness fee,                                    Regina v. George, 1 day each @ $1	
Witness fee,                                                do.              $4, Expenses $2	
Do.                                                        do.                6,       „           2....
Do.                                                        do.                6,       „           2....
Do.                                                        do.                6,       ,,           2....
Do.                                        Regina v. Martine, 2,       ,,          2	
Do.                                                    do.               2,      „          4....
Do.                                                   do.             12,       „          4	
Do.                                                    do.             12,       „          4....
Do.   Ned	
P. Bruck	
29 23
160 50 46 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July 1881, to 30th June 1882.
133
TO WHOM PAID.
P. Fry	
J. W. Howison	
Steamer "Reliance"
C. N. Trew, M.D....
H. Bateson	
P. Fry 	
Indian Jim	
Indian Frank	
James Rush	
Ah Sam	
J. A. Galligher	
S. H.Webb	
G. R. Ashwell	
Do	
Indian Jack	
Do.   Louis	
Do.   Thomas.....
Do.   Paul	
Do.   Pay-reesh ...
Do.    Bob	
G. R. Tinker	
i— McNaughton	
M. Prosper	
F. Savona	
William Jones	
Do	
J. Pringle	
S. Connor	
Peterson & Spehnan.
J. Tait I	
J. Teneese	
Indian Michelle	
Do.   Napoleon	
Do.   Sal-qumilks .
Do.   Asselle	
Do.   Sofa	
Do.   Leek	
P. Ryan	
S. Connor	
W. Boyd	
G. Tinker	
W. Livingstone	
R. Carson	
J. Currie	
T. C. Harris	
H. Bonnell	
1. M. Kay	
Indian Paul	
Do.   Charley	
J. Dennison	
Indian Dolan	
Do.  Johnny	
H. H. Williams	
T. McNeely	
T. Robertson	
D. W. Miller	
E. Scoullar	
S. Greer	
C. Ball	
J. Wilson	
R. Thompson	
G. Banford	
L. Thornber, M.D...
W. Evans 	
C. S. Windsor	
J. Wiggins	
J. Henry	
G. Apnout.	
F. Hussey	
Indian Jemmy	
,,     Charley	
,,     Kilpaskei	
„     Billy	
,,     Sam	
W. B Kyle	
S. Gray 	
M. Pollock	
R. Pollock	
F. L. Budlong	
G. Tuttle	
W. B. Kyle	
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward.
3 days @$4...
§16, Expenses i
Regina v. Martine	
v. Pierre and William
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Regina v. Buckley
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Regina v. Williams, 1 day
do. 1   „
do. 1   „
5 days @ SI	
5   „ 1	
152, Expenses§23..
23,      „ 23..
31,        „ 44..
mileage & canoe hire
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
—Continued.
Vote No. It9.—Summoning and Paying Jurors and Witnesses.-Contd.
Jury fees,
Meals for Jury,
Passages of 2 witnesses & Constable
Witness fee (medical),
Do.
Jury fees,
Witness fee,
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do..
Jury fees,
Serving summonses on 2 witnesses;
Sending messenger to Mr. Baleson,
Witness fee,
Do.
Do.
Do. Regina v. Tom.
Message to Kamloops, Regina v. Moore
Assisting Constable Livingstone obtaining evidence, Regina v. Tassapola
Horse hire, do. do. do.
Witness fee, Regina v. Mahoy,     lday...
Do. Regina v. Johnny	
Taking summons to F. Woodward, Nicola	
Jury fees, Regina v. Louis 	
Do.' Regina v. Jack and Billy ....
Do. Regina v. Moore  	
Meals for Jury, do. 	
Do. do. 	
Beds for Jury, do. 	
Witness fee, Regina v. Louis	
Do. Regina v. Carriegher, 1 day .
Do. Regina v. Moore,
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
Witness fee, Regina v. Jack & Billy, 4
Meals and horse keep for 5 Indian witnesses, Regina v. Moore, 4^ days
Serving summonses on Jurymen for Supreme Court at Clinton
Do. do. do. do.
Horse hire summoning witnesses, Regina v. Tassapola  	
Meals and horse keep, Constable Livingstone & witness, R. v. Tassapola
6
6
6
11
@ S3.
Do. do.
Dd. do.
Witness fee,
Jury fees,
Witness fee,
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Jury fees,
Do.
Witness fee,
Do.
Jury fees,
Witness fee,
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Jury fees,
Summoning witnesses,
Witness fee,
Do.
Expenses, Lytton to N. West'r,
Witness fee,
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Jury fees,
Witness fee,
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Jury fees,
obtaining evidence, do.
do. do.
50
5 days
5   „
7   „
do
do.
Regina v. Toup,
Regina v. Owens ..
Regina v. Moore,
do.
Regina v. Kelly,
do.
Regina v. Tommy,
Regina v. Ah Wing
Regina v. Hogan ..
Regina v. Melville, S4, Expenses $2.70
Regina v. Smith,      6, ,, 2
do. 2 sittings 	
do. $24, Expenses $7 50
!81
1
2
1
1
24,
24,
24,
24,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do:
Regina v. Conway,  22
do.
Regina v. Mahoy ....
do. 	
do. 	
Regina v. Johnny
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Regina v. Jones.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
7 50
7 50
7 50
7 50
2 00
11 50
$10, Expenses $36 75
10, „ 36 75
10, „ 36 75
10, „ 36 75
10,    „   36 75
32,
18,
18,
22,
14,
33 25
9 50
10 00
13 25
12 25
Canied forward.
Arrears,
$ cts.
29 23
6 70
35 93
$   cts.
160 60
18 00
9 50
7 00
12 00
18 00
18 00
6 00
6 00
75 00
46 00
75 00
18 00
6 60
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
5 00
2 00
2 00
1 50
2 00
12 00
18 00
18 00
18 00
18 00
13 00
6 50
1 00
1 00
6 00
6 00
6 00
6 00
11 00
12 00
33 75
4 00
9 00
10 00
5 00
3 00
2 00
10 00
18 00
5 00
5 00
14 00
8 00
8 00
18 00
18 00
6 70
8 00
36 00
31 50
31 50
31 50
31 50
31 50
38 00
33 50
18 00
1 00
1 00
1 50
63 00
46 75
46 75
46 76
46 75
46 75
18 00
65 25
27 50
28 00
35 25
26 25
18 00
1,630 95 134
Public Accounts, 1st July 1881, to 30th June 1882.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
S   cts.
$   eta.
35 93
1,630 95
34 25
29 25
57 25
22 60
22 50
22 50
22 50
22 50
18 00
12 00
14 00
12 00
18 00
37 25
40 75
24 75
2 50
5 00
2 60
18 00
18 00
2 00
18 00
27 00
27 00
27 00
27 00
22 50
27 00
22 50
27 00
18 00
18 00
18 00
2 00
4 00
6 00
3 00
2 00
11 00
9 00
8 00
4 00
2 50
28 25
26 25
6 00
14 00
10 87
9 00
9 00
10 50
4 00
1 00
1 00
2 75
2 60
16 00
3 75
18 00
2 00
6 00
12 00
4 00
12 00
17 50
9 50
8 00
8 00
7 00
4 50
7 50
12 00
3 00
3 00
6 00
6 00
4 00
4 00
2 60
18 00
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
—Continued.
Vote No. U9.—Summoning and Paying Jurors and Witnesses—Contd.
Witness fee,                                 Regina v. Ah Sue, 22, Expenses 12 25
Do.                                                        do.              16,         „        13 25
Do.                                                              do.               44,          „         13 25
Do.                                                     do.             11,        „        11 50
Do.                                                     do.             11,        „       11 60
Do.                                                     do.             11,        „        11 50
Do.                                                    do.             11,        „        11 50
Do.                                                    do.             11,        „        11 50
T. Michell	
E. B. C. Hannington,M.D.
Shun Ho 	
Ah Hue	
Witness fee,                                             do.             11,    mileage   1 00
Do.                                                        do.              12,         „          2 00
Do.                                                        do.              11,         „          1 00
T. McKay	
Frank, Indian Constable.
H. B. Roycraft	
Witness fee,                                             do.             26, Expenses 11 25
Witness fee,                                 Regina v. Charley 13, Expenses 11 25
T. Saul	
J. W. Wood	
Witness fee,                                             do.             S22, Expenses $5 00
Do.                                                     do.              22,        „        5 00
Do.                                                     do.              22,        „        5 00
Do.                                                              do.                 22,          „         5 00
Do.                                                              do.                 16,          „         6 50
Do.                                                              do.                 22,          „         5 00
Do.                                                              do.                 16,         „         6 50
Do.                                                             do.                 22,          „          5 00
C. McDonald	
F. Foord	
Do	
Do.                                                        do.           2 „    	
Do.                                                    do.          3 ,;   	
Do.                                                     do.          1 ,	
Do.           	
Do.                                           Regina v. Cartwright,   $6, Exp's $5 00
Do.                                                        do.                        4,     „     5 00
Do.                                                        do.                     4   „    	
A. D. White	
E. Vine	
W. E. McCartney	
Witness fee,                                   Regina v. Ah Lyn, $16, Expenses $12 25
Do.                                           Regina v. Moor,      14,       ,,         12 25
Refreshments for 12 jurymen and officer, New Westminster Assizes ...
Witness fee,                                    Regina V. Montgomery, $6, Exp's S3 00
Do.                                                         do.                        6,     „     3 00
Do.                                                            do.                          6,      „      4 50
Services self and horse, summoning witnesses, Regina v. Buckley	
B. C. Express Co	
Express charges on package used as evidence, Regina v. Harris et al...
W. E. McCartney	
do.                                                        do.                       2   „   	
do.                                        Regina v. Green et al. $6, Exps. $6 00
do.                                                    do.                     2,   „       2 00
do.                                                    do.                     6,   „       6 00
do.                                                        do.                       7 days @ 2 50
do.                                                    do.                    $7.60, exs. 2 00
do.                                        Regina®. A. Cochrane, 7.50,   ,,      50
do.                                                    do.                     7.50,   „      50
T. Church	
P. O'Neil	
J. Miller	
Witness fee,                                    Regina v. August (Ind.) $3, exs. $4.50
C. W. Meyer   ..
E. Grant	
do.                                                        do.            2 ,,     -.	
C J. Tunstall, M.D.
F. Eifert	
do.                                                        do.            2 ,,    	
do.                                                    do.             _ $2, Expenses 60 cts
35 93
2,738 42 46 Vic.        Public Accounts, 1st July 1881, to 30th June 1882.
135
TO WHOM PAID.
Indian Mary	
Do.   Humpeet..
Dr. Matthews	
R. W. Fawcett....
J. Davies	
F. Schier 	
E. Shields	
S. M. Brown	
Steitz Brothers ...
W. Jensen	
A. C. Hayme	
A. M. Carpenter ..
T. Hampton	
T. Lafond	
T. D. Lindsay
J. Finney	
C. T. Stuart	
A. Bland	
C. B. McCluskey..
R. McDougall	
Indian Mary	
Do.   Kitty	
T. R. Mitchell
John Bartlett	
J. H. King	
G. Coleman	
A. Barry	
J. Dunn	
J. Longhurst	
F. Foord	
O. Engelbretson ..
M. Gyves	
J. Maxwell	
C. McDonald	
J. C. Sparrow —
R. Brown	
J. Cannes	
G. R. Ashwell ....
G. Blackall	
W. N. Bole	
Do	
W. D. Ferris, Jr...
A. Egnell	
L. Farlandine	
Ah Foo  '.'.'.'.'.
Cum Ye	
Indian Tom	
„     John	
„     Thomas ...
,,     Jemmy....
J. Michalle	
Alex. McLean	
J. Michalle	
W. J. Burr	
Hop Wong	
J. Boucher	
Goon Gan 	
W. Brotchie	
Indian "Martin" ..
,,      "Shuswap"
L. Farlardean ....
L. Hautier	
L. Farlardean ....
P. Jacks	
T. R. Humphreys
H. Bowe	
M. Guido  	
Susan (Indian)....
C. P. Bloomfield .
Ah Foo	
W. Jackson, M.D..
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward.
VII—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
—Continued.
Vote No A9.—Summoning and Paying Jurors and Witnesses—Concld
Regina v. Lah Kissing $60, Expenses $8
do. 32,
do. 1 day
Regina v. Dooley	
do. 1 day
do. 3   „
do. 3   „
do. 3   ,,
do. 	
Kelly and Barry
Witness fee,
do.
do.
Jury fees,
Witness fee,
do.
do.
do.
Meals for jurymen, Victoria Assizes
Jury fees,
Witness fee.
do.
do
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
dodo.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Serving subpoenas,
do. 1 day .
do. 2 „    .
do. 2  „    .
do. 2 „    .
do. 4  „    .
Regina v. Wong Fung, 3 ,,    .
do. 3  „    .
do. 4 „    .
Regina v. Edwards, 2 ,,   .
do. 2  „   .
do. $3, Expenses $2.00
do. 3       „           1 50
do. 2 days           2
Regina v. Davis, 4   ,,    	
do. 3   „     	
do. 4   „     	
do. 4   ,	
do. 4   ,	
do. 4   ,	
Regina v. Tessier, $14, Expenses $5 00
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Regina y. Smith.
6,
8 50
5
6
5
5
6
Lodgings for Indian witnesses, Martha and Jenny, Regina v. Joshua..
Vote No. 50.—Prosecutions and Interpreters.
as Counsel assisting at New Westminster Assizes, Dec, 1881.
Crown prosecutor, do. June, 1882.
as interpreter, Regina v. Johnny, 1 day	
Services
Do.
Services
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.
Michell
Moore and others, 2 days	
George, 1 day	
Johnny,  ,,      	
Carrigher, 1 day	
Ah Gee and Ah King, 3 days .
Buckley	
Shorekultan and others	
Indians	
do	
Johnny, $14, and expenses $9
Moore, 2 days @ $3	
attending Assizes	
do. 	
Regina v. Daniel Ross	
Laketon Police Court	
Regina v. Louis Duprie	
do.      Miller, 3 days, @ $2	
LaKissing, 4 days @ S3	
Ingram	
Ingram and Buckley	
Philip Jack	
Riely	
Jules	
do	
Regina v. Hunter Jack, 4 days, @ $3	
do.     Indian, 1 day	
do.     Bozzi, 1 day	
do      LaKissing, 2 days	
do. do.       1% days	
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Regina v.
Vote No. SI.—Expenses of Inquests.
Services as interpreter at inquest of Ah Lick.
Post-mortem examination of I. Peart	
Carried forward.
Arrears,
$   cts.
35 93
35 93
$   cts.
2,738 42
68 00
40 00
4 00
18 00
2 00
6 00
6 00
6 00
15 50
18 00
2 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
8 00
6 00
6 00
8 00
4 00
4 00
5 00
4 50
4 00
8 00
6 00
8 00
8 00
8 00
8 00
19 00
16 50
11 00
11 00
11 00
11 00
11 00
11 00
8 00
5 00
30 00
250 00
2 50
2 60
4 00
1 50
1 50
1 00
7 50
1 00
3 00
2 60
1 00
23 00
6 00
14 50
2 60
2 60
2 50
I 00
6 00
12 00
2 00
5 00
1 00
2 60
1 00
1 00
12 00
3 00
2 50
4 00
4 50
2 50
5 00
7 50
3,145 92
416 50
1,562 43 136
Public Accounts, 1st July 1881, to 30th June 1882.
TO WHOM PAID.
W. Jackson, M.D	
C.N. Trew, M.D	
L. R. Mclnnes, M.D..
Thos. Michell	
J. W. Burr	
F. Passingham	
B. C. Express Co	
T. L. Davis	
F. L. Budlong	
Jos. Evans	
J. Fullarton	
J. R. Gray	
J. W. Williams	
E. B. C. Hannington,MD
E. Garnett	
B. C. Express Co	
John Wiggins	
Do. 	
C. N. Trew, M.D	
Do.
J. A. Sivewright, M.D
J. Chipp, M.D	
J. McLean	
G. Serines	
J. Maynard	
B. C. Express Co	
W.W. Walkem, M.D.,
Borde & Morley	
C. Fox	
Victoria Gas Co	
W.Smith	
J. J. Wilson	
J. S. Moore	
Fell& Co	
Neuf elder & Ross ....
P. J. Houlihan	
Van Volkenburg & Co
Victoria Water Works
J. D. Robinson	
W. Walker	
W. J. Jeffree	
Belmont Co	
W. Allen	
Mathews, Richards & Tye
E. B. Marvin	
H.M. Ship Rocket ...
T. R. Mitchell	
Langley & Co	
A. & W. Wilson    ....
H. C. Wilson	
W. Newbury	
A. Phillips	
Central Coal Yard ...
Hibben & Co	
"Daily Standard" ...
T. Barry	
J. B. Matthews, M.D.
D. Leneveu 	
W. P. Sayward	
F. Soues	
J. L. Hughes	
N. Guetafsen	
F.W. Foster	
E. Quenell	
Indian	
J. O'Brian	
J. Beaven	
A. Mayer	
J. Karst	
A. Vipond	
G. Norris 	
W. Wilson	
DO	
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brough t forward.
VIL— ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES)
—Continued.
Vote No. 51.—Expenses of Iiiquests—Concluded.
Examination of body of an Infant at Bush Tavern, $5, and attendance
at inquest, $i	
Holding inquest on the body of an Indian woman at Moody\ ille, $10,
mileage, $5.20	
Evidence at inquest on the body of J. N. Calder	
Services at inquest on the body of Ah Sook	
"Do. do. W. Thomson	
Do. do. J. N. Calder	
Express for Coroner and Constable to Big Tunnel, C.P.R	
Services at inquest, Camp No. 7, C.P.R	
Making coffin for an Indian	
Sei'vices at inquest on the bodies of Mead and Jervais	
Travelling expenses of A. W. Vowell to Thibert Creek, holding inquest
on the body of Susan, an Indian woman	
Buggy hire for Supt. of Police & Coroner to Bush Tavern, Esquimalt Rd.
Do. Jury and witnesses, do do.
Evidence and post-mortem examination of Ah Sick and an Indian	
Conveyance of body of Pat Kelly from Saanich	
Team to No. 7 Camp, C.P.R	
Services as Constable & boat hire, at inquest, Lulu Isd. (body unknown)
Do. at inquest on body of Ah Kye	
Holding inquest on body of Ah Kye	
do.       at Lulu Island on body of a man unknown, expenses §1.20
do.       and post-mortem examination on body of Ah Kye....
do.       on body of Foo Chin, 810, mileage 815	
Charge for house & light, post-mortem examination on body of Foo Chin
Services in charge of body of Foo Chin	
Express with body of E. Bates, Lake District to Cemetery	
Charges on case of instruments for Coroner Chipp, inquest of Foo Chin
Holding inquest on body of E. Wilby, and mileage, June, 1881	
Police and Gaols.
Vote iVo. 5U.~K.eep of Prisoners.
Repairing tools for convicts, Vic. Gaol, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882
Milk, do.
Gas supplied, do.
Cleaning yard and latrines, do.
Bread, do.
Bread, do.
Groceries, do.
Do. do.
Cordwood, do.
Meat and vegetables, do.
Water supply, do.
Coal, do.
Coal, do.
Clothing, do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
April and May, 1882  	
1st July, 1881, to 31st Mar., 1882
1st April to 30th June, 1882
1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882
do. do.
do. do,
1st July to 30th November, 18S1
1st Dec, 1881, to 30th June, 1882
1st July, 1881, to do.
Leather for sole and uppers and findings, Victoria Gaol
Fish, Victoria Gaol, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882
Hand-cuffs, nails, &c, do. do. do,
Lime and fire bricks, do. do. do.
Keep of Indian prisoner (LaKissing) from Knight's Inlet to Esquimalt
Repairs to windows, Victoria Gaol	
Medicines, do.       1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882..
Hose and sundry articles,  do. do. do.
1 doz. tin cups, buckets, &c, Victoria Gaol	
2 doz. leather straps for leg-irons,      do	
20 packages of waste paper for latrines, do	
Five tons of coal, do. @ $8 per ton]	
Stationery, do. 	
Advertising supplies do. 	
Drayage of Lumber, do.	
Special attendance on prisoner Jones (in a fit), July, 1881	
Two barrels of lime, Victoria Gaol, July, 1878, and July, 1881	
Lumber for cells, do. April and December, 1880.	
Prison supply, meals, Clinton Gaol, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882.
do. do. June, 1879	
do. do. Indian, 3 days	
Medicines, do. 	
Meat and vegetables, Nanaimo Gaol, 1st July, 1881, to 20th June, 1SS2
Fish,
Coal,
Coal,
Groceries,
Bread,
Repairing leg-irons.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Advertising tenders for supplies, Nanaimo Gaol .
Bricks, cramps, and fitting, and 1 kettle,    do.
Fixing up 5£ joints of galvanized pipe,      do.    .
Carried forward.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Arrears,
S   cts.
35 93
2 00
10 58
69 01
S   cts.
7 50
15 20
5 00
5 00
2 50
5 00
12 60
3 00
7 50
10 00
10 00
2 00
7 60
30 00
4 00
10 00
7 60
2 50
10 00
11 20
10 00
25 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
7 00
10 50
44 87
90 75
480 89
144 00
496 56
51 04
278 98
78 61
202 50
301 86
300 00
48 00
112 00
354 16
117
11 90
68 89
37 75
1 85
1 75
255 17
83 50
15 95
6 00
5 00
40 00
7 50
7 50
50
5 00
4 00
10 58
221 00
10 00
3 00
7 75
112 62
2 00
38 00
9 50
198 26
136 52
5 00
5 00
9 75
8 87
4,431 71
$   cts.
3,562 42
249 40
3,811 ; 46 Via
Public Accounts. 1st July 1881, to 30th June 1882.
137
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE,
Arrears,
$   cts.
$   cts.
Brought forward.
69 01
J. Horner	
J. Whitfield	
J. Swift	
L. Page	
J. H. Pleace	
W. J. Jeffree	
J. Rodello	
Matthews,Richards,&Tye
J. Akerman	
W. J. Jeffree	
Fell& Co	
C. McDonough	
J. Ibbotson	
W. J. French	
Van Volkenburg & Co. ..
Scott & Son 	
L. Willie	
H. Elliott	
A. Peele	
C. G. Major 	
R. W. Deane & Co	
R. Thomas	
W. B. Townsend	
Langley & Co	
E. B. Marvin	
C. Digby	
E. S. Scoullar & Co	
W. Blackie	
Robt. Law	
W. H. Keary	
Trapp Bros	
" Daily Standard "	
"Mainland Guardian"...
Royal City Planing Mills
W. J. Armstrong	
J. Cunningham	
G. C. Tunstall	
Mara & Wilson	
J. L. Smith 	
A. McKinnon	
Jean Laveau	
H. B. Co	
J. F. Gueren 	
James Lindsay	
W. G. Noble	
J. Austin  	
E. Deslorier	
W. Hoskinson	
John Fleming	
Mason & Daly	
Veith & Borland	
S. Archer 	
Robert Pacey	
J. H. St. Laurent	
M. Barry	
J. K. Baker	
J. Brown  	
Hudson Bay Co	
J. L. Crimp 	
N. F. Foster	
Indian Jim	
J. Clarihue	
Callhreath, Grant & Cook
W. Ronald	
J. J. Ballantine 	
R.Poole	
J. Kirkup	
H. B. Roycraft	
W. E. McCartney   	
Indian Cider	
,,       Charley	
„       Kita	
,,      Johnny	
E. Marvin	
Waterworks Co	
B. C. Express Co	
Romano & Co	
Do. 	
J. D. Frickleton, M.D. ..
E. B.C. Hannington,MD
VIL—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES)
Continued.
Vote No. Sk.—Keep of Prisoners.—Continued.
One dozen locks, Nanaimo Gaol	
Six pairs of brogans, do	
14 lbs. of mixed paint, do	
White lead and oil for paint, do	
One axe and duplicate keys do	
Blue serge shirts	
Meals for prisoner, Comox Lock-up	
Hand-cuffs, nails, &c,      do. 	
Meals for prisoners, Salt Spring Island	
Clothing,       New Westminster Gaol, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882
Groceries,
Clothing, groceries, &c,
Fish,
Meat and vegetables,
do.
Bread,
do.
Coal and wood,
Medicines,
Sundries,
Tools,
Sole leather,
Meat,
One truss,
Ten gallons of coal tar,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
1st October to 31st Deer., 1881
1st January to 30th June, 1882
1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882
do. 20th April, 1882
1st May, 1881, to 20th June, 1882
1st July to 31st December, 1881.
1st January to 30th June, 1882..
1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882
do. do.
do. do.
Repairs to brick-work round boiler and setting range, New West. Gaol
One new boiler, water pipes, and tin plates, New Westminster Gaol.
Smithwork, do.
One set of range castings, do.
Stationery, do.
Wheelbarrow, locks, hinges, &c, do.
Advertising gaol supplies, do.
do. do. do.
Lumber, do.
do. do.
One elbow and tap. do.
Prison supply, meals, Kamloops Gaol, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882
Supplies, do. do. do.
Whitewashing cells, do. 	
Repairing kettle and 1 pair of leg-irons, Kamloops Gaol	
One table and bench, do. 	
Cotton shirts do. 	
Leg irons, $8, and removing, 50 cents do. 	
Prison supply, meals, Richfield Gaol, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882
Cordwood,                              do.                 do.                           do.
1 new stove, $65, cordwood, $36, do.           do.                             do.
Cordwood, do. 	
do. do. 	
Three cords of wood, do.	
Coal oil and candles, do. 	
Coal oil and candles for lock-up at Forks of Quesnelle	
Removing wood at Stanley Gaol -.	
Board for prisoner at Qnesnelle Gaol	
do. do. 	
Five cords of wood, do. 	
do. do. 	
One cord of wood, do.	
One padlock, $1, stove and pipe, $30, Quesnelle Gaol	
Prison supply, meals, Laketon Gaol	
Sundries, do. 	
Cordwood, do. 	
Sundries, do. 	
do. do. 	
Eleven cords of wood, Glenora Gaol, @ $4.50	
Coal oil, do	
Prison supply, meals, McDame Creek	
Prison supplies, Yale Gaol, July and August, 1881	
do. do.       1st Sept., 1881, to 30th J une, 1882	
Drugs & Medicines, do	
Washing blankets,  do '....
do. do	
One cord of wood,   do	
Teh cords of wood, do	
Two pairs of plated hand-cuffs, Yale Gaol	
Water supplied, do.     1st July, '81, to 30th June, '82
Express, do	
Blankets, 3 pairs, @ $3.50, do	
Supplies to prisoner quarantined with small-pox	
Medical attendance, Yale Gaol, May	
Medicine and attendance, do	
Carried forward.
4,431 71
5 50
12 00
7 00
2 76
3 25
28 16
4 00
7 50
4 00
118 92
210 99
675
19 50
300 28
97 04
291 02
232 38
502 00
179 38
161 84
15 75
66 67
3 20
2 00
5 50
21 37
20 75
49 93
36 60
16 75
25 00
20 00
10 00
9 76
5
3 00
985 11
12 12
1 50
12 25
5 00
2 50
8 50
845 00
123 25
101 00
50 00
45 00
15 00
35 00
21 50
3 50
2 00
17 00
25 00
25 00
4 00
31 00
9 00
28 00
26 25
12
6 25
49 50
6 00
4 50
44 00
624 25
25 24
2 00
3 50
5 50
50 00
15 00
26 00
2 00
10 50
17 70
5 00
62 50
77 26 11,012 56
3,811 82
3,811 82. 138
Public Accounts, 1st July 1881, to 30th Junb 1882.
TO WHOM PAID.
D. McLean, M.D. ...
Do.
J. Martin	
N. A. Prospere	
J. McBride	
H. B. Co	
Str. "Western Slope"
Kimball & Gladwin ..
J. Cunningham	
C. Phair	
H . Featherstone	
A* W. Wood	
Geo. Baillie	
J. Mclntyre	
W. Teague	
W. Young	
J. D. Campbell	
W. Calvert  	
R. Graham  	
N. F. Foster	
Patsey Callan 	
A. Vipond	
J. L. Smith	
L. Gold 	
H. B. Roycraft...
J. Saul	
S. Connor	
P. C. Dunlevy ...
P. Callan  	
J. G. Taylor	
J. H. Gallagher .
T. H. Giffin	
P. Brady 	
J. McLean	
H. Nicholson .
C Horel...
H. Rogers .
W. V. Brown	
R. A. Nimmo	
J. L. Smith	
Indian Jackson
Indian Johnny	
Frank James	
W. L. Jeffery	
Geo. Trewin	
W. Davenport	
A. Leamey	
J. Boag	
N. FitzStubbs	
M. Salmon	
T. Mitchell	
Pay Sheet	
E. A. Thorndike ...
Indian Charley
A. Cameron	
J. Wilson	
W. D. Mackintosh
A. McLean	
J. Rodello	
N. Ash	
J. Burr	
C. H. Cameron
E. Grant	
Similkameen John .
E. Grant	
J. O'Brien	
S. Connor	
J. Shaver	
J. Hutchinson	
W. P. Swallwell....
E. Thorne	
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward.
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
—Continued.
Vote No. 5U.—Keep of Prisoners.—Concluded.
Medical attendance, Yale Gaol, 9 visits, @ $2.50	
do. on prisoners quarantined with small-pox, 40 visits @ 85
Keeper and attendant on do. do. 35 days @
Use of cabin for prisoner with small-pox	
Stove-pipe and tinware	
Supplies to Yale Gaol, $152.22, and clothing for Martin released from
quarantine duty, $20	
Freight on lime	
Drayage    do	
Four barrels of lime	
Prison supply, meals, Lillooet Gaol	
Sundries, do	
1 cord of wood and sawing, do	
Prison supply, meals, Lytton Gaol	
Wash bowls, soap, &c, do.    	
Carriage of leg irons, do	
One ton of coal, Esquimalt Lock-up	
Prison supply, meals, do
Two cords of wood, do.
One do. do.        	
Two do. do	
Prison suppply, meals, Omineca	
Keys for leg-irons and hand-cuffs, Omineca .
Vote No. 55.—Rents.
Rent of room for Jury at Kamloops	
Rent of house for Gaol and Office, Yale, 18th August to 18 Nov	
Do.                       do.                         18th Nov. '81, to 18th Feb. '82
Rent of room for Grand Jury, Clinton 	
Do. do.       Kamloops	
Do. County Court, Soda Creek	
Rent of house, at Omineca, for Indian prisoner  	
do. Esquimalt, for Constable, June, 1881, to June, 1882
do. Osoyoos, for J. P. Court   	
Rent of office and lock-up, Telegraph Creek, 6 months @ §10	
Rent of lock-up, do. do. 5	
Rent of room for County Court, Quesnelle	
Vote No. 56.-
Constables.
Arresting "Susap," an Indian, and conveying him from Rock Creek to
New Westminster, and expenses   	
In charge of 2 prisoners at Salt Spring Island 	
Do. do.     Salt Spring Island to Victoria, 5 days, @ $2.50
Serving' warrants and attending Court	
Special Constable at Laketon, Cassiar  1 day
In charge of Grand Jury, Kamloops   1   ,,
Do.        Petit Jury,       do.   1   ,,
Conveying prisoner to Richfield Gaol 	
Do. do. 	
In charge of Toll House, Yale, during absence of officer on duty, 3J days
Special Constable at Nanaimo   1     ,
Do. Knight's Inlet, re arrest of an Indian  2
Do. do. do.   2     .
In charge of Toll House, Yale  1
Do. do.   5     ,
Do.        goods and 1 prisoner, Yale   4    ,
Do.        J. Conaway, do	
Do.        prisoners, on the night of the fire, Yale	
Ten Constables, protecting property, night of fire, Yale	
In charge of 2 Chinese prisoners  3 days @ $2.50
Arresting a Kanaka at Salt Spring Island, and conveying him to Victoria
Special Constable at Dease Lake, Cassiar  2 days @ $5
Arresting Marrion, at New Westminster  ...
Services re arrest E. Milletti, at Yale	
2 days at Kamloops, and expenses	
On duty at Comox, August and September   	
Arresting Indians at Cape Mudge  12 days @ $2.50
On duty at Yale      2   ,, „
Do.           do.    September, October, and November.. 44   „ ,,
In charge of 2 prisoners     1    ,, ,,
Do.        Gaol, Kamloops     3J ,, ,,
Special Constable to the Boundary Line, re McLeans, December, 1879.
In charge of Petit Jury, at Kamloops	
Do. Gaol, Kamloops	
Do. Grand Jury, do	
Arresting "Coyote Louis," Okanagan  2 days @ $3
In charge of do. do.          1   ,, ,,
Arresting do. do 1   „ ,,
do. do. do 2   ,,        ,,
Carried forward	
Arrears,
$ cts.
77 26
$ cts.
22 50
200 00
105 00.
12 00
172 22
2
1 00
10 50
14 50
2 25
5 00
34 25
4
75
7 25
5 50
8 00
4 00
8 00
4 50
3 00
2 00
75 0C
76 0C
10 OC
4 5C
10 OC
11 oc
144 0C
5 OC
60 0C
30 0C
5 00
112 00
2 50
12 50
9 00
5 00
3 00
3 00
1 00
1 00
7 00
2 50
5 00
5 00
2 50
12 50
10 00
5 00
2 50
25 00
7 50
8 50
10 00
2 00
2 50
9 00
35 00
30 00
5 00
110 00
2 50
8 25
50 00
9 00
3 00
4 50
6 00
3 00
3 00
6 00
I  127 26'  540 75 15,973 28
3,811 82
11,729 96 46 Vic.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882.
139
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
E. M. Furstenau.
T. McK. Lambly .
W. L. Jones	
W. Lawrence ....
H. Lydell	
D. Nicholson	
A. Postill	
P. Ellison	
M. Hutchinson...
G. Parkinson ....
C. W. Roberts ...
J. G. Jaques	
J. W. Burr	
C. Pnsir...'.'.'.'.'.'.
C. Boyle	
W. C. Baker	
John Sullivan ...
Do	
L. P. Lewis	
P. Callan	
A. H. Owen	
L. P. Lewis	
D. A. N. Ogilvy..
Indian Arthur ...
W. H. Wright
Eugene English..
B. F. English	
J. H. Turk	
H. riantz	
C. Phair	
Do	
Do	
J. McKenzie	
J. Rodello	
W. Anderson	
Hy. Rogers	
C. Horel	
J. Mecham	
J. Daniel	
T. P. Reed	
G. Warwick	
Do	
J. Wiggins	
G. Earl	
G. S. Cook	
A. Hacket	
W. D. Mackintosh
G. B. Palmer	
John McLennan ..
S. Archer	
E. Grant 	
S. Chelantson ....
J. W. Burr	
Do	
Do	
Do	
G. B. Palmer	
Do	
D. M. Mainguy ...
T. P. Reed	
Do        	
Do	
C. Connor	
Do	
Indian Joe	
Indian Ancham...
Indian Charley...
F. Foord	
J. Allison	
Wm. Evans	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
J. E. Gray	
Do.       	
J. L. Smith	
Do.        	
Brought forward .
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES)
—Continued.
Vote No. 56—Special Constables—Continued.
Arresting '■ Coyote Louis," Okanagan  1 day @ $E
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.
Mileage $45.25 & 12
At General Assize.
On duty at Yale, during(Mr, Roycraft's absence, N.W. 20
Do.             and guarding prisoners   11
In charge of prisoner Ah Tye  1
On duty, Regina v. Montgomery  1
Do.       Laketon  2
Services at Victoria Assizes, January  5
$2.
1 50
3 00
5 00
2 50
6 00
2"50
1 00
3 00
5
5 00
do. do. June
do. do. January     5
do. Omineca, in charge of Indian     3
do. do.      arresting 2 Indians  17
do. Victoria Assizes, June    4
do. do.      4
do. In charge of "La Kissing," Metlakathla to
Victoria, passage $5  11
do. Clinton, Regina v. Montgomery     7
do. (and horse), Clinton, Regina v. Harris et. al   9
do. do. do. do. 11
do. Yale, in charge of 2 prisoners to N.W. gaol	
do. in charge of Govt. Office, Lytton, during absence of Govt
Agent at Assizes, 16 days @ $2.50 	
do. arresting Ah Tye, and expenses 	
do. Regina v. Ah Log	
do. in charge of Indian "Clackash"  14 days @ $1.50
do. assisting Rodello  	
do. arresting Indians	
do. assisting Rodello	
do. Regina v. Whyms and Anderson	
do. do. do	
do. Regina v. Halliday	
do. Regina v. Indian "Jack"	
do. to Chilcotin, Regina v. Indian "Charley" 29 days
do. in charge of prisoners, Yale to New Westminster	
do. do. do. do. 	
do. Canoe Pass, executing warrant	
do. Regina v. an Indian	
do. Regina v. Low, horse hire $2, and  2 days @ $2 50
do. Police Court, Yale   2
do. arresting D. Ross    2   „ 2 00
do. in charge of Government Office, Yale  4    ,, 2 50
do. in charge of 2 prisoners, Yale to New West.   .
do. Regina v. Ah Hah   1    „ 4 00
do. Eegina ». Galls, expenses $2  2J „ 3 00
do. in charge of Jules	
do. in charge of 3 prisoners, Yale to New West. 3   ,, 2 50
do. during Constable Roycraft's absence on duty 7
do. arresting Webster   6
do. in charge of 2 prisoners to New Westminster 4
do. during trials, at Yale, of persons summoned
for illicit liquor vending on line of C. P. R. 10
do. during Roycraft's absence on duty  2
do. and serving summonses, April and May, 1881..
do. to Chilcotin, Reg. v. Hunter Jack & A. W. McLean (trip No. 1)
do. do.     re Pool murder, & horse hire, 22 d. @ $6
do. do. do. 34      ,,
do. do. do. 24       „$4      „      2
do. do. do.       allowance for board & supplies, ,,     2
do. do. do.      assisting Const. Reed & Connor „     2
do. do. do. do. do. „     2
do. do. do.      as guide to do. ,,     2
do. Regina v. Tessier, serving summons	
do. arresting illicit liquor vendors on line of C.P.R	
do. taking 4 prisoners, Yale to New Westminster, April	
do. taking 3 prisoners, do. do	
do. do. do. May	
do. do. do. June	
do. during Constable Roycraft's illness, 6 days, and 1 at Court
do. taking 1 prisoner, Yale to New Westminster, April	
do. do. do. June	
do. and use of horse, Begina v. A. Jules, 4 days @ $3.50	
do. in charge of Gaol at Kamloops, 2J ,, 2.60	
Carried forward	
127 26
540 75    15,973 28
3 00
81 25
18 00
6 00
3 00
3 00
6 00
9 00
6 00
6 00
3 00
20 00
50 00
27
1 50
3 00
10 00
12 50
20 00
12 50
18 00
102 00
10 00
10 00
16 00
21 00
45 00
55 00
io oo
40 00
5 00
21 00
21 00
2 50
7 50
2 50
17 50
4 00
5 00
1 50
145 00
10 00
6 00
4 00
6 00
7 00
6 00
4 00
10 00
10 00
4 00
9 60
1 00
7 50
17 50
15 00
10 00
25 00
6 00
6 60
26 00
132 00
204 00
96 00
38 81
16 00
10 00
7 50
5 00
2 50
10 00
10 00
7 50
10 00
17 60
6 00
5 00
14 00
6 25
133 761 2,185 56 15,973 28 140
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
133 76
3 00
2 00
2,185 66
3 00
10 00
5 00
18 50
82 50
7 60
7 60
9 00
5 62
33 50
45 75
5 00
7 50
15,973 28
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES)
—Continued.
Vote No. 56.—Special Constables.—Concluded.
do.          at Beechey Bay during Indian "potlatch,'  8 days @ $1.25
do.          assisting at Lytton Gaol,                                2 days, @ $2.50
do.          arresting T. Ayres, 4 days @ $2.50, canoe hire, &c, $8.50
do.          at Wellington as special watchman against reported incen-
W. L. Jeffery	
do.          in charge of prisoner C. Anderson to New West., 3d. @2.50
do.          during Constable Hussey's absence at Yale,        3   ,,     2.50
do.          in charge of Indian Orison,                                    3   ,,     3.00
do.          in charge of Gaol at Kamloops,                            2£ ,,     2.50
do.          arresting Mon Gow, 6 days @ S3, and mileage $15.50	
do.          in charge of   do.     9   ,,'          3,           do.         18.75	
T. McK. Lambly	
A. H. J. Martley	
D. B. Grant	
do.          during Assizes at New Westminster, 3 days @ $2.50	
Vote No. 57.—Transport of Prisoners and Constables.
Meals, horse hire and steamer fare for self and prisoner, "Susap," July.
Passage and meals for Supt. Todd to New Westminster Assize, August.
Meals and bed          do.                         do.                 do.                do.
2,425 93
71 00
7 60
11 25
2 00
21 95
12 50
2 00
45 75
8 00
5 00
14 00
41 00
1 60
7 00
10 00
8 00
6 60
5 75
9 00
1 00
5 00
24 00
4 50
2 00
6 69
7 60
10 00
4 50
10 00
10 75
6 50
7 50
8 60
3 00
3 00
1 60
7 50
12 50
30 00
1 00
1 60
1 50
68 50
12 00
4 25
2 00
1 50
3 00
15 75
16 00
30 00
10 00
Expenses conveying prisoner Bulkley from Osoyoos to New Westmins'r.
Passage for Constable Rogers and two prisoners from Salt Spring Is-
Str. W. G. Hunt	
Meals and bed for Constable Kirkup, in charge of prisoners from Yale..
Passage, meals and bed, for Constable Kirkup in charge of prisoners from
Passage & meals for Constable Kirkup in charge of prisoners from Yale
Callhreath & Co	
H. B. Dart	
Stage fare for Constable Hussey and prisoner, Lytton to Yale & return.
Meals               do.              do.              do.                      do.
Do. and bed do.              do.
J. R. Gray	
Stage fare                     do.             do.   Yale to Alexandra Bridge & return
G. Scarf 	
W. W. Dodd	
J. Boyd	
Str. Western Slope	
Passage and meals for Constable and 2 prisoners, Yale to New Westm'r.
Team hire                  do.                do.  1       do.     to Big Tunnel, C. P. R.
Passage, meals and bed for Constable and prisoner, Yale to New West'r.
Team hire for constable Kirkup and baggage, from Yale to Suspension
T. Gowdy	
Passage, meals and bed, for Constable Kirkup and 2 prisoners, Yale to
Meals,  bed and horse keep, Constable Roycraft and prisoner, Yale to
Str. W. Irving	
Passage meals and bed, Constable Roycraft and prisoner, Yale to New
Str. Western Slope	
Passage,  meals and bed, Constable Thorndike,  Yale to New West-
A. Peatt	
G. R. Tinker	
Stage fare and horse hire for Constable Kirkup on duty on line of railway.
Passage and meals for Constable Roycraft and prisoner, Yale to New
Str. Western Slope	
Str. Western Slope	
Passage and meals for Constable Thorndike and 2 prisoners to New
Str. Pioneer Line	
Passage and meals for Constable Burr and 2 prisoners, Yale to New
Passage and meals for Constable Burr and 1 prisoner, Yale to New
B. C. Express Co	
Passage and meals for Constable Archer and 2 prisoners, Quesnelle to
138 76
622 64
18,399 21 46 Vic.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882.
141
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
8   cts.
$   cts.
R. Pacey	
J. Graham	
J. Boyd	
Str. W. Irving	
Str. Reliance	
J. E. Ainsley	
T. Benton	
J. Patterson	
Str. Woodside	
S. Connor	
J. B. Leighton	
J. T. Fleming	
R. Carson	
J, Currie	
T. C. Harris	
T. Hoey	
Indian Tom	
T. Spellman	
A. J. Kirkpatrick ...
Indian Jackson	
H. B. Dart	
B. C. Express Co	
J. C. Pullen	
S. Brierly	
Callbreath &Co	
J. McGillis	
W. P. Wilson	
M. Richards	
J. Clarihue	
J. B. Leighton	
B. C. Express Co	
T. Roadley	
F. Saunders	
P. Callan	
A. H. Owen	
T. Penny	
A. Whetstone	
Str. Etta White....
Str. Enterprise	
Str. Alexander	
Str. Western Slope..
J. W. Brunton	
J. W. Howison	
J. R. Williams	
W. R. Lewis	
H. Hethrington	
W, Morrison	
W. Walker	
P.Colin	
W. Cargile	
J.   Van Volkenburg .
G. Hamilton	
H. 0. Bowe	
A. Munro	
P, C. Dunlevy	
A. Carson	
T. M. Hamilton	
J.  Flemming	
J. Wright	
S. Downes	
Indian Joe	
Indian Johnny	
Indian Saulize	
W. Livingstone 	
B. C. Express Co.,.
S. Coonass	
Str. Princess Louise
Alex. Coultee	
H. Paillaio	
M. L. Hautier	
E. Connell	
S. M. Nelson	
M. Wilson	
Str. Reliance	
Brought forward
VIL—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES)
—Continued.
Vote No. 57.—Transport of Prisoners and Constables.— Continued.
Meals and bed for Constable Archer	
Stage fare for Constable Archer, Stanley to Barkerville and return	
Meals, bed and horse keep, Constable Archer	
sage,  meals and bed,  Constable Moresby and 2 prisoners, New
Westminster to Yale and return	
Passage, meals and bed, Constable Briggs and prisoner, Yale to New
Westminster	
Meals and bed, Constable Hussey	
Meals and horse keep      do.	
Team hire do.        4 days @ $6	
Passage meals and bed, Constable Campbell	
Meals for Constable in charge of 2 Indians 	
Stage fare for Constable and prisoner, Kamloops to Cache Creek
Meals and bed, Constable Archer	
do.       and horse keep, Con. Livingstone in charge of "Tasapola."
do. do. do. do. do.
do. do. do. do. do.
do. do. do. do. do.
Canoe hire, Constable Rodello	
Meals, bed and horse keep, Con. Lambly, in charge of "Coyote Louis."
Do. do. do. do. do.
Horse hire arresting Ah Tye	
Meals, bed and horse keep, Constable Hussey	
Horse keep do. 	
Horse hire conveying prisoner Davis from Telegraph Ck. to Dease Lake,
Meals for do	
Horse hire and feed, Constable Giffin, taking Davis to gaol	
Meals and horse keep, do. do. do	
do. do. do. do. do	
do. do. do. do. do	
do. do. do. do. do	
Stage fare, Constable Roadley, Cache Creek to Kamloops	
J3o. do. and prisoner " Coyote Louis," Kamloops
to Yale	
Expenses conveying " Coyote Louis" from Kamloops to New Westmin
ster	
Carriage hire for Supt. of Police & Constables, 1st July to 31st Dec., 1881
Horse hire for two Constables, Germansen Creek, Omineca	
Provisions and hire of Indians packing from Manson to Babine Lake
Passage of Supt. of Police and Constable, Nanaimo to Departure Bay
Express with prisoner Miller to Supreme Court and back to Gaol, 4 trips
and meals, Supt. of Police, Victoria to Burrard Inlet
do.
do.
do.
Meals and bed,
do.
Carriage hire for
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
New Westminster to Victoria ..
Nanaimo to Victoria	
Victoria to New West., 2 trips.
Nanaimo	
at New Westminster Assizes ...
and Constables, July to Nov.
Stage hire for Constable and prisoners, Burrard  Inlet  to  New Westminster, July to December, 1881	
Meals, bed, & horse keep, Cons. Livingstone & English, Reg. v. Haines
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
and 5 prisoners, do.
do. do.
do.
do.
Meals for Constable Livingstone, Regina v. Haines, et. al.
& English,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
19 days, @S2.50.
Meals and bed, do
Meals, do
do. do
do. do
Meals & horse keep, do
Horse hire, do
Messenger and interpreter for do.
Horse hire with prisoners,
Horse hire for Constable Livingstone,
Stage fare for Constable Hussey	
Carriage hire for Superintendent of Police	
Passage and meals for Constable Campbell and 2 prisoners	
Do.                 Supt. of Police, New Westminster and back
Meals and horse keep, Constable Nicholson in charge of prisoner Buckley
from Rock Creek to New Westminster ,
do. do. do.
Meals and bed, do. do.
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
Stage fare, Cons. Nicholson & prisoner Buckley, Spence's Bridge to Yale
Passage of Constable Nicholson and 2 prisoners, Yale to New West
Carried forward	
138 76
622 64
2 76
8 00
7 19
20 00
6 50
2 60
2 00
24 00
3 00
1 50
16 00
2 60
10 00
3 00
12 00
3 00
1 60
12 00
10 00
1 50
17 50
8 00
20 00
2 00
32 50
3 50
8 00
19 50
4 00
7 60
62 50
62 90
11 50
20 00
53 25
1 00
4 00
3 50
4 50
5 00
8 00
8 75
23 50
32 00
22 00
10 50
4 00
7 50
3 00
7 60
3 00
73 76
39 50
6 75
8 00
1 00
2 60
2 00
2 00
3 00
4 00
10 00
3 00
10 00
47 50
2 00
3 00
16 00
9 50
7 50
6 50
4 00
3 00
3 00
38 00
7 50
18,399 21
138 76
1,558 98
18,399 21 142
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882,
TO WHOM PAID,
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts
$   cts.
$   cts
L. 0. Wheelock	
P. Brady	
W. L. Mason	
B. C. Express Co	
>>       >>       j»      .....
Hautier & Phillips	
H. B. Dart	
McGirr & Davis	
B. C. Express Co	
_ »>       >>       >»     	
Jno. Wiggins	
Str. W. Irving	
Indians Billy & Paul..
J.J. Russell	
J. Henderson	
E. Rombrot	
Indian Charley	
Win.  Edge	
E. Grant	
Str. W. Irving	
J. W. Howison	
Str. Pacific Slope	
Pioneer Line Strs	
S. Coonass	
W. McFadden 	
W. Jones	
Str. W. G. Hunt	
J. T. Howard	
A. W. Franklin	
F. Saunders	
J.J. Russell	
T. P. Reed	
O. T. Hance	
W. Pinchbeck	
W. Morrison	
J. Wright	
A. Isnardy	
Gavin Hamilton	
Indian Alexis	
Indian Charley	
B. F. English	
T. M. Hamilton	
Indian 	
Indian Joe	
Indian Jake	
F. A. Foster	
C. Mclntyre	
J. Saul	
G. Bebbington	
Str. Western Slope	
Pioneer Line Steamers
J. W. Hennesy	
J. E. Inslay	
C."e. Rombrot'!!!!!^
H. B. Dart	
A. Clemis	
W. Mclntyre	
Geo. Baillie	
B.C. Express Co	
Pioneer Line Steamers
James Gray	
J. W. Hennesy...
J. O'Brian	
Steamer Reliance .
B.  C. Express Co
J. H. Forister	
McGirr & Davis...
Geo. Baillie	
H. B. Dart	
Jno. Boyd	
Brought forward.
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES)
—Continued.
Vote No. 57.—Transport of Prisoners and Constables.—Continued.
Meals for Constable Giffin at Cassiar   	
do. do. 	
Meals and horse keep, Constable Livingstone and two prisoners   	
Stage fare for do. Clinton to Yale and return,
§52.50, baggage, 83	
Stage fare for Constable Livingstone and two Indian prisoners, 150-Mile
House to Barkerville, $81, Constable return to Clinton, 842.50.
Meals for Constable Hussey and prisoners	
do. do, do	
Meals and bed, do. 	
Stage fare, do. with prisoner Burke, Lytton to Yale, and
Constable return	
Stage fare of Chinese prisoner, Quesnelle to Barkerville	
Canoe hire arresting Indian Towny	
Passage and meals for prisoners Ross and Martin, Yale to New West..
Conveying prisoners Burke and Kinnear, do.
Carriage hire for Superintendent of Police	
Meals for Constable in charge of prisoner Brant	
Conveyance of       do. do.    Saanich to Victoria..
Meals for Constables Kirkup and Palmer	
Canoe hire, conveying prisoners Neil and Flewin, Yale to New West..
Meals and beds for do. 	
Horse hire for Constable Grant and prisoner Gallo	
Passage, meals, and bed for prisoner Deaven, Yale to New Westminster
Meals and bed for Constable Roycraft, do.
Passage and meals,    do.       Burr and 3 prisoners, do.
Passage, meals, and bed for   do.    New Westminster to Yale
Carriage hire for Supt. of Police & Constable, Victoria to Esq., & return
Canoe hire with Constable Rogers arresting Whyms and Anderson, 4 d.
do. do. do. 4 days
Passage and meals for Supt. of Police, Constable, and prisoner	
Carriage hire for Constable Campbell to Esquimalt	
do. do.       Cedar Hill and back	
do. Supt. of Police and Constables, January to June
Cab hire do Constable	
Allowance for board, &c, Chilcotin expedition, re Poole murder, trip 2
Drilling for tent, &c., &24 days board, Cons. Reed & Livingstone,   ,, 4
Supplies to Constables Reed and Livingstone, & keep of horses,
Meals and keep of horses, do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
Packing supplies, with horse, 2 days,
Fetching horses for Constables,
Horse hire for do.       4 horses, 17 days @ $1 $ day each,
Meals and keep of horses for Constables Reed and Livingstone,
Horse hire,
Horse feed,
Packing,
Supplies, provisions and blankets,
Repairing sleigh,
Board, horse feed, and repairs to sleigh,
Boat hire for Constable Campbell, March and June	
Passage, meals, and bed for Constable Roycraft, March and April..
do. do.        Evans and 3 prisoners	
Meals and bed, do. 3 prisoners	
do. for Constable Burr and 3 prisoners
do.
Meals
do.
do.
do.
Meals and beds,
Team hire for
Passage and meals,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Matthews in charge of Anderson 	
Burr and 3 prisoners	
Kirkup and 1 prisoner	
do	
do.    and 1 prisoner	
do. do. 	
Roycraft, 15th February to 21st April
Evans and 4 prisoners, Yale to New W
do. New West, to Yale, May ...
do. do. June ...
Passage, meals and bed for McCorlick, Yale to New Westminster	
do. Constable Burr & 2 Chinese pris., Yale to N. W
do. do.      Matthews, New Westminster to Emory
In charge of McCorlick to New Westminster Hospital	
Meals and bed for Constable Evans and 4 prisoners, Yale to New West
Stage fare for do.        Stewart, Nanaimo	
Passage, meals, and bed, Constable Evans & 4 prisoners, Yale to N. W,
Stage fare for Constable Hussey and 2 Chinese prisoners, Lytton to Yale
and return of Hussey from Yale to Lytton 	
Stage fare of 2 prisoners Bradshaw and Atchin, Lytton to Ya!e .
Meals for Constable Hussey do. 2 days	
do. do. do. 4 days	
Team hire conveying prisoner Atchins to Lytton Gaol	
Meals for Constable Hussey and 2 prisoners	
Meals and bed for prisoner Too Wha to Richfield Gaol	
Carried forward.
138 76
188 78
1,558 98 18,399 21
6 00
6 00
8 00
65 50
123 50
3 50
1 50
3 00
36 50
12 00
3 50
13 00
10 00
3 00
1 50
7 50
2 00
10 00
7 00
2 50
4 50
8 50
14 50
6 50
3 00
8 00
8 00
16 50
5 50
2 50
8 25
4 50
33 81
9 00
49 62
4 00
2 00
6 00
6 00
4 00
1 50
68 00
10 00
12 00
2 00
17 00
35 25
2 00
17 00
4 00
10 00
22 50
5 00
6 00
2 50
3 00
2 00
50
1 50
3 50
100 00
21 25
5 50
8 00
6 00
19 00
6 00
4 00
3 50
2 50
6 50
48 50
48 50
2 25
4 00
3 00
5 00
2 00
2,600 91
18,399 11 46 Vic.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882.
143
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE,
Arrears,
$   cts.
$   cts.       $   cts.
L. W. ^liske	
S. Withrow	
Str. R. ?. Rithet	
J.W. Williamj	
J. W. Hov/ison	
N. Berfeucic	
Lambly Brothers	
Str. Lady Dufferin	
Hautier'& Phillips	
Indian Joe	
Indian Jim	
Pioneer Lin'1 steamers.
W. R. Lewis	
Steam Ferry, B. Inlet.
J. W. Howison	
Dom.  Govt. Telegraph
R. A. Nimmo	
Indian Shalue	
Indian Charley .
Indian Jack	
T. Storey	
T. N. Hibben & Co
J. Boyd	
John Flaming ....
McLean. &- Cr/rson..
W. B. Schuyler...
W. H. Keary	
W. Brauskill	
McLean & Carson.
A. Pendola	
J. Boyd	
J. L. B. MoLain...
J. Nu.lt, J. P	
Oppenheimer Bros
B. Got	
'■'Free Press"	
G. Holliday	
F. Savo:-a	
M. Lumby	
M. W. Whiles	
T. X. Hibben & Oo
J. R. Hett	
Brought forward.
VIL—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES)
—Concluded.
Vote No. 57.—Transport of Prisoners and Constables.—Concluded.
Meals, bed, and horse feed, Constables Livingstone and Reed	
do. do. do. 	
Passage and meals to New Westminster, of Supt. of Police, 2 Constables
and 4 prisoners, and return of Officers	
Buggy hire for Supt. of Police and Constable, January to June	
Meals and beds, do. do.       3 men 2 days	
Ferry tickets, do. do.	
Meals and beds for Constable and prisoner Mong Gow, 3 days	
Passage and meals for      do. do.        	
Team hire and meals        do.   Hussey and prisoner Bozi	
Canoe hire, do. do. 	
do. do.    McNamara and Harris 	
Passage and Meals, prisoner Davis, Yale to New Westminster	
do. Constable Roycraft and 4 prisoners,  do	
do. do.     Evans do. do	
do. do. 1 prisoner,   do	
do. do. 2 prisoners,  do	
Stage hire for Constables, New Westminster, March to June	
Passages for do.       Burrard Inlet, Dec. 1881, to June, 1882	
Meals and bed,     do.       Miller,    do.   July, 1881, to June, 1882	
do.
do.
do.
7 days @ $2 50
do.       do.
Vote No. 58.—Miscellaneous.
Sundry telegrams (judicatory) 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882
Preparing room for Grand Jury at Kamloops	
Watchman, Government Office and Gaol, Lytton, during absence of
Constable Hussey 	
Services from Lytton to Kanaka Bar, in search o:' Mellitti...
Special messenger from Ashcroft to Kamloops	
Cleaning Court House and Gaol at Lytton	
Interment of W. Jones, a prisoner who died in Victoria Gaol
Postage stamps for *mpt. Todd's office	
Meals, bed, and horse keep, W. Rennie, J.P., attending Court at Quesnelle
Do.                  do.                  do.                     oo.                       do.
Do.                do.                do.                    do.                      do.
Horse hire,            do.                do.                    do.             5 days © S-
Stationery for Supreme Court and Gaol, New Westminster (July)	
Do. do.       (Assizes) do. (August)—
Meals, bed and horse keep, J. Nutt, J.P., attending Court at Quesnelle
Do. do. do. do.
Do. do. do. do.
Do. do. do. do.
Do. horse hire,        do. do.
Services attending Court at Quesnelle,
7 hickory batons for use of Constables, Yale,   ....
Cleaning Court House, Lillooet (July)	
Advertising Notice County Court Nanaimo, 1st July, '81, to 30th June, '32
Searching for tho body of Chas. Sidney, supposed murdered	
Taking message to North Thompson to A. McLain...   	
Expenses of Indian messengers, Regina vs. '-'Coyote Louis."	
Barricading Court House windows at New Westminster Assizes   	
One copy of Brown's County Court practice for Registrar,  New Westr.
Reporting argument respecting sitting of full Court	
lie Uren's Petition of Right, costs	
"Daily Colonist" j Advertising notice to Petit Jurors	
"Daily Standard"  do. do	
do. Court of Assize	
do. County Court (8 notices)	
do. do. March to June, 1882,   	
Cleaning office and Gaol, Lytton, February to June	
Messenger, Court House and Gaol, Lytton 	
Services during winter Assizes at Supreme Court, Victoria	
Subscription for a Melodeon for Victoria Gaol	
Travelling allowance, Eegina v. Harris and others	
Stationery for Court House, New Westminster	
Travelling allowance assisting J. H. Hantz, J.P., on a trial of 4 China
men at Lytton	
Expenses holding Court at Dog Creek	
Cleaning Court House, Lillooet	
"Mainland Guardian".
Indian Charley ....
Indian Jack	
Hy. Evans	
Saml. Reid	
W. Abel, J.P	
W. H. Keary	
John Murray, J. P.
C. Phair
VIII.—EDUCATION.
Vote No. 69.—Uducatiok Office.
C. C. McKenzie [Salary as Superintendent, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June 1882,12m.@$125
W. F. Tolmie J Services a3 Examiner ox School Teachers, July, 1881	
R. Williams. M.A.
T. N. Hibben* Co.
do.
10
Do.
[Stationery,
j Lempriere s classical dictionary..
7 sets of Mitchell's outline maps.
3 sets of reading charts	
Carried forward.
138 76
143 13
2,600 91
5 00
5 00
40 00
27 00
12 00
2 60
9 00
22 50
11 50
3 00
3 50
5 25
31 00
21 25
8 50
7 25
15 00
79
10 50
39 15
1 50
14 25
2 50
10 00
1 25
15 00
5 00
6 46
4 00
7 00
15 00
7 97
18 75
3 25
8 00
3 25
7 65
17 50
17 60
4 37
1 00
23 50
7 50
1 50
5 00
3 00
8 00
15 00
75 90
10 00
6 00
15 00
20 00
10 00
6 00
1 50
24 00
18 CO
20 00
5 00
21 50
5 00
6 00
1,500 00
100 00
100 00
2 50
4 00
140 00
15 75
18,399 21
- 16
517 65
21,837 02
1,862 25 144
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
$   cts.
T. N. Hibben & Co.
Langley & Co	
M. W". Waitt & Co.!
Dom. Govt. Telegraph Co
"Mainland Guardian".
J. Sehl	
J. W. Williams	
C. W. Horth	
A. McKelvey	
M. Willis	
Str. W. G. Hunt	
Str. Enterprise	
S. F. Crawford	
Indian	
J. W. Howison	
P. Sabiston	
J. W. Brunton	
Mrs Swan	
Str. Cariboo-Fly	
Pioneer Line Steamers
Str. W. G. Hunt.
F. Saunders	
W. A. Franklin.
J. Lomax	
"Daily Standard"
Stephen Jones.
H. Simpson ...
J. Armitage ...
J. J. Russell...
G. Winter	
J. Bittancourt.
Mrs. Muir	
Mrs. Williams .
Mrs. Todd	
W. Beaumont .
J. Ackerman ..
Indian Quon...
,,     Michell	
A. McAllister	
Str. Western Slope.
Steam Ferry ,
W. R. Lewis	
J. Mannion	
J. Taylor	
A. Holding	
J. B. McLeod	
J. Allard	
Mrs. Sinclair	
R. Norris ,
G. McKeever	
Mrs. Harrison ,
J. Corrigan	
Palace Hotel, Yale	
California Hotel, Yale..,
American Hotel, Emory,
J. H. McLaughlin
R. Offerhaus	
J. C. McKenzie ..
J. A.  Halliday...
C. D. Rand	
J. H, Thain	
A. Gowan	
M. J. Holloway..
M. J. Leigh	
E. A.Williams...,
L. D. Chandler ..,
Brought forivard.
VIII.—EDUCATION.—Continued.
Vote No. 59.—Education Office.—Concluded.
Freight and charges on maps	
2 set reading sheets	
Sundry books	
1 copying press, April, 1881	
Negative paper	
Stationery, and 1 doz. wall maps	
2 tablet lessons	
Telegrams to and from various persons	
Advertising Teachers' Examination	
Hire of 3 doz. chairs for       do.	
Buggy hire for Superintendent visiting schools ,
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
Passage and meals, for Supt.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Boat hire for
Canoe hire for
Meals and bed for
Bed for
Meals for
do.
Passage and meals,
do.
meals and bed,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Stage fare to Esquimalt.
Carriage of parcels to Public School, steamer, &c.
Express	
Victoria to Comox, and return	
Victoria to New Westminster, and return
Denman Island to Comox	
Nanaimo to Gabriola Island	
New Westminster	
Nanaimo, 4 nights	
Nanaimo, 13 days	
Denman Island	
to Nanaimo and return	
New Westminster to Langley & Maple R
Chilliwhack to Hope	
Emory to New Westminster	
to Salt Spring Island	
to Nanaimo	
do.
Advertising examination of candidates for admission to High School.
do. do. Public Schools	
Meals for Superintendent	
Meals, bed, and horse feed, do	
Conveyance of blackboard, Stanley to Barkerville	
Carriage hire for Superintendent	
do. do.	
Meals, bed, and boat hire	
Meals and horse feed	
Meals and bed	
Meal ,
Meals and bed	
Meal	
Canoe hire, Cowichan to Salt Spring Island, and return to Maple ]
do. do.       to Mrs. Williams'	
do.      New Westminster to Ladner's Landing	
Stage fare to Wellington	
Passage and meals, Victoria to New Westminster	
do.    New Westminster to Chilliwhack	
do.    Hope to Emory	
do.    Burrard Inlet	
Carriage hire, New Westminster to Burrard Inlet	
Meals and horse feed ,	
Meal.
Ferrying at Langley	
do.     to Langley Prairie	
Canoe hire, Langley to Maple Ridge.
Meals and bed	
do	
do.       and horse hire	
do	
Meal	
Bed, 2 nights	
Meals, 3 days	
Meals and bed	
Vote No. 60.—Victoria City District.
Principal High School, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882, 12
2nd Master,       do. do. do.
Principal, Boys' School,   do. do.
1st Assistant,' do. do. do.
2nd    do.       do. 1st to 31st July, 1881,
2nd    do.       do. 1st Aug., 1881, to 30th June, '82,
3rd    do.       do. do. do.
3rd    do.       do. 1st to 31st July, 1881,
4th    do.       do. 1st Aug., 1881, to 31st March, '82,
4th    do.       do. iBt April to 30th June, 1882,
Principal Girls' School, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882,
1st Assistant do. do. do.
Carried forward........
12 m.
@*110
12   „
85
12   „
9C
12   „
8C
1   ,.
7C
11   ,,
7C
11   „
6C
1   ,,
6C
8   „
6C
8   „
6C
12   „
8C
12   „
70
143 13
15 00
2 75
160 88
1,862 25
4 50
1 25
36 75
16 00
1 00
59 75
1 50
9 00
2 50
8 00
40 60
20 00
3 60
1 00
17 00
10 75
4 00
5 00
27 50
2 00
24 50
1 00
8 00
1 00
3 50
4 25
5 60
10 00
1 50
1 50
1 00
1 00
10 00
10 00
50
5 00
2 50
1 00
50
2 00
1 00
2 50
50
1 50
50
4 00
75
3 00
1 00
3 75
1 60
1 75
50
5 00
2 00
50
50
1 00
2
2 00
2 50
4 00
1 26
50
1 00
4 00
1 00
1,320 00
1,020 00
1,080 00
960 00
70 00
770 00
660 00
60 00
400 00
150 00
960 00
840 00
8,290 00
$   cts
2,277 00
2,277 00 46 Vic.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882.
145
TO WHOM PAID,
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
8   cts.
9   cts.
E. V. V. W. Brown ...
L. M. Caldwell	
A. C. Richardson	
Lizzie Smith	
W. H. Huxtable	
T.N. Hibben & Co ...
A."&W. Wilson....!!!
Lettice & Sears	
J. D. Robinson	
W. Walker	
G. Lindsay	
Victoria Water Works.
C. Redfern	
J. Kinsman	
McKillican & Anderson
"Daily Standard"	
"Daily Colonist"	
Jno. Weiler	
J. McKenzie	
M. Anderson	
A. S. M. Bell	
B. H. Smith	
S. D.Pope	
C. McNaughten	
J. W. Thompson	
J. C. Newbury	
John Furze	
W. P. Sayward	
F. Spotts	
W. Richardson	
Muirhead & Mann	
F. Spotts	
A. & W.Wilson	
Wm. Power	
M. W. Waitt & Co	
Hibben & Co	
E. Pritchard	
P. Touett	
Waitt & Co	
Jno. Weiler	
Lange& Son	
"Daily Standard"	
"Daily Colonist"	
J. Heal	
David Heal	
W. J. Armstrong	
H. Jewell	
P. Frank	
P. Imrie	
M. Rowland	
E. Harrison, Sen	
Matthews, Richards & Tye
W. Irving	
Brought forward	
VIII.—EDUCATION.—Continued.
Vote No. 60.—Victoria City District.—Concluded.
2nd Asst., Girls' School, 1st to 31st July, 1881
4th   do. do.
2nd   do. do.
3rd   do. do,
4th   do. do.
Cleaning school-house.
A. E. Lindsay	
James Kaye	
J. M. Delany	
E. Fisher	
J. C. Titchworth..
C. E. Clarke	
A. Gowan	
Harriet Jackson ...
Indian Tomo	
E. J. Bosnian	
C. Redfern	
Adam Weir	
"Daily Standard"..
S. Helgesen	
M. W. Waitt & Co .
1 m. @ *70
1st to 31st July, 1881, 1 „        46
1st Aug. ,1881, to 30th June,, 1882,11 „        70
1st July,    ,, do. 12 „        55
22nd Aug.  „ do. 10 „ 10 d. 45
1st Aug.,    „ do. 11 „ 30
Stationery and chalk, June, 1880, to June, 1881	
do. do.       and text cards	
2 stoves and sundries, 3rd November to 15th December, 1880	
2   do.   pipes, and sundries, to March, 1882	
Painting and glazing, November, 1880, to March, 1882	
7 tons of coal	
18 tons of coal	
6 cords of wood	
Water supply, 1 year, to December, 1881	
Repairs to clock	
Repairing fireplaces and hearth	
Labour and materials sundry repairs, December, 1880, to March, 1881
Erecting a new coal house, &c	
Advertising examination, &c	
do. do. 	
Hire of chairs and cartage	
1 set of geometrical forms, and set of charts, &c	
Vote No. 61.—Victoria District.
Teacher, Lake District 1st July, 1881, to December, 1881,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
6 m.
5 „
do. 1st February to 30th June, 1882.
North Saanich, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882, 12
East South do., do. do. 12 ,,
West South do., do. do. 12 „
Cedar Hill, do. do. 12 „
Craigflower, do. do. 12 „
Whitewashing school-house, East South Saanich	
Lumber and shingles,,   do. do. ....  	
Cleaning do do.        	
do. do. do. 	
Two blackboards, North Saanich	
Whitewashing and materials, North Saanich	
Stove and sundries, Craigflower School, February, 1881	
do. West South Saanich, November, 1880	
Rustic siding, 4 sashes and frames, West South Saanich	
One box of crayons, West South Saanich	
5 boxes of       do.       Craigflower, August, 1880, to September, 1881
Cleaning school-room, Lake School	
Repairs to outhouses, do.
Stationery, do.
One chair, do.
Repairing clock, do.
Advertising " Teacher Wanted,"
do. do.
Two cords of wood,
Stove pipes, elbow, &c,
Alterations to seats in school-house,
6 window blinds, do.
Cutting 8 cords of wood,     do.
Hauling do. do.
6 cords of wood, Craigflower School.
Glass and putty, do. 	
Paint, do. 	
Repairing seats, $15.75; 4 cords of wood, 814, Cedar Hill School.
Lumber, &c, and cleaning do.
Vote No. 62.—Esquimalt District.
Lake School	
do	
do	
do	
North Saanich.
do.
do.
do.
Teacher, Colwood School, 1st July to 31st December, 1881,   6 m. @ $50
do.       Esquimalt School, 1st to 31st July, 1881, 1 „        60
do.       8th Aug., 1881, to 30th June, 1882,10 „ 23 d. 60
Metchosin School, 1st to 31st July, 1 ,,
do. 2nd Aug., to llth Sept., 1881,    l„10d. 50
do.       12th Sept., 1881, to 30th June, '82, 9 „ 18 d. 50
Sooke School, 1st to 31st July, 1881, 1 „ 50
do. 8th Aug., 1881, to 30th June, 1882, 10 „ 23d. 50
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Cutting 3 cords of wood, Metchosin School
Hauling 6 do. do.
Repairing clock, do.
Repairs to floor, do.
Advertising " Teacher Wanted," do.
Cleaning do.
Crayons, pencils, hand-bell, &c, do.
Carried forward.
160 88
82 00
29 00
17 75
35 75
28 37
390 97
8,290 00
70 00
45 00
770 00
660 00
464 51
330 00
18 32
14 55
82 00
121 63
60 60
56 00
144 00
21 00
36 00
2 60
6 00
17 75
35 00
24 50
21 50
11 60
12 55
300 00
250 00
720 00
840 00
600 00
840 00
720 00
7 00
7 75
10 75
3 00
7 50
10 76
35 75
28 37
40 00
50
1 50
6 00
8 75
3 12
2 50
1 50
2 50
2 50
8 00
5 12
15 00
6 00
8 00
3 60
17 25
1 25
8 25
29 76
10 25
300 00
60 00
646 46
60 00
68 33
481 66
60 00
538 71
6 00
4 00
2 00
2 50
2 50
2 60
7 25
2,221 90
2,277 00
11,304 71
4,662 11
18,143 82 146
Public Accounts, 1st July 1881, to 30th June 1882.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
A. F. Peatt	
M. Muir	
Jno. Muir, Jr	
w!'s. Louttet!!!.!!,
M. W. Sanburne..  ..
W."s. Louttet ..!!!!!
Lange & Son	
M. A. Muir	
S. G. Lewis	
G. Stainburne	
A. Dodds	
Marcella C. Storey ..
A. McKenzie	
T. Clyde	
T. N. Hibben & Co..
A. Crate	
T. N. Hibben & Co..
C. Williams	
G. Furness	
S. L. Kelly & Co....
W. P. Sayward	
M. Gyves	
Str. Cariboo-Fly....
Alfred Raynes	
M. W. Waitt & Co ..
Jno. Weiler	
J. McFay	
Jno. Morley	
James Dougan	
Hy. Fry	
W. Robertson	
D. Currie	
W. H. Robinson....
J. W. Stirtan	
David Jones	
A. Flett	
A. E. Lindsay	
L. A. Berkeley	
A. J. Polley	
J. A. Dougal	
E. Bell	
T. Clyde 	
E. E. McDougal	
A. Shaw	
J. H. Thain	
F. A. Carmichael...
J. Mundell	
Florence M. Jones..
Walter Wilson	
"Free Press"	
>>       >>        	
J. H. Pleace	
ij        ,,      	
F. Meakin	
E. Meakin	
Mrs. Randle	
J. E. Smith	
Jos. Ganner	
Vancouver Company
W. Earl	
E. Pimbury & Co...
J. T. O'Brian	
J. Lamblin	
J. C. Monk	
G. Thomson	
J. Harvey	
E. Pimbury* Co. ..
D. W. Gordon	
J. W. Stirtan	
"Free Press"	
A. Williams	
Brought forward	
VIII.—EDUCATION.—Continued.
Vote No 62.—Esquimau District.—Concluded.
Painting outside of school-house and gates, Colwood, $30; wood, $10.
Cleaning school-house, Sooke, 14 months, to June, 1882	
Stationery and postage stamps, Sooke school  	
Firewood and 4 panes glass, do. 	
Stationery and tin dipper, do. 	
4 cords wood, do. 	
Firewood, broom, &c. do. 	
Labour, repairs, do.	
Cordwood, $7.12; cleaning Esquimalt school, $3	
18-day clock, do. 	
Cleaning, do. 4 months 	
Vote No. 63.—Cowichan District.
Teacher, Salt Spring Isd. School, July 1, '81, to Feb. 28, '82, 8 m.
do.        to June 30,'82,12
do.        to Jan. 31, '82, 7
April 1 to June 30, 1882,   i
Aug. 8 to Sept. 6, 1881,
Sept. 7, '81, to Ju. 30, '82, !
50
60
60
55
23 d. 55
do.      Burgoyne Bay       do.
do.      North Cowichan   do.
do. do. do.
do.      South Cowichan   do.
do. do. do.
Stationery, North Cowichan school
Repairs to fences,       do.
1 set tablets, Burgoyne Bay school
Cleaning latrines,       do.
Hauling lumber,        do.
1 box stove, do.
Lumber, do.
Labour, repairs, do.
Freight on lumber,    do.
2 cords wood, do.
Stationery, do.
Stationery, South Cowichan school
2 chairs, do.
Cutting 2 cords wood, do.
Buckets, brooms, towels, do.
Building woodshed, do.
Rent of Agricultural Hall for South Cowichan school-house to Dec. '81
4 cords wood, North Cowichan school	
Repairing North Cowichan school-house, and 1 blackboard
2 cords wood, Salt Spring Island school	
2 blackboards, freight and charges, do	
Vote No. 64.—Nanaimo District.
Principal, Nanaimo Boys', 1st July, 1881, to 30 June, 1882, 12 m. @
Assistant, do.        1st July to 31st December, 1881,   6,,
do. do. 1st January to 30th June,  1882,   6,, 60
Principal, Nanaimo Girls', 1st July, 1881, to 30 June, 1882, 12 „        70
Assistant, do. do. do. 12 „
Teacher, South Cedar school, 1st to 31st July, 1881, 1 „ 50
do. do.    9th Aug., 1881, to 30th June, 1882, 10 „ 20 d. 50
do.    North Cedar school, 1st to 31st July, 1881, 1„ 50
do. do.    8th Aug., 1881, to 30th June, 1882, 10 ,, 21d. 50
do.    Gabriola Island, do. do. 10 „   „    50
Principal, Wellington school, 1st to 31st July, 1881, 1 „ 60
do. do.     22nd Aug., 1881, to 30th April, 1882,   8„10d. 60
do. do.     1st May to 30th June, 1882, 2„ 60
Assistant, do.     22nd Aug., 1881, to 30th June, 1882, 10 „ lOd. 50
Stove pipe, elbows, and fixing, Wellington school	
Advertising re-opening Public School, Nanaimo	
Stationery and postage stamps,        do. 	
Advertising "Teacher Wanted,"       do. 	
Cleaning stove pipes, do. 	
Stove pipe and repairs to furniture, do. 	
Cleaning school-house, Nanaimo, Nov., 1881, to March, 1882, 5 months
to 30th June, 1882 .
July, 1881, to April, 1882
Cleaning school-room.       do
do. do.
Setting 2 panes glass,        do.
Drayage on coal and stove, do.        	
12 tons of coal @ $4, do	
Glass and putty, do	
Books and crayons, do	
Hauling 5 tons coal, do	
Repairing clock, do. 	
Two stoves for Public School, Wellington	
Postage stamps, do.    . 	
Call bell and broom, do. 	
One box of chalk, do. October, 1880 .
One desk, do. January, 1881
Draining cesspools and boarding round old school-house
Advertising re-opening Public School, Wellington	
Cleaning, do. do	
Carried forward.
390 97
3 00
2 50
5ft
6 75
2,221 90
40 00
11 50
2 00
6 00
1 65
12 50
6 50
17 00
10 12
8 60
4 00
480 00
600 00
420 00
180 00
53 60
539 00
6 37
2 50
75
3 60
1 50
12 00
6 70
8 75
75
5 00
1 00
4 38
6 00
4 00
3 75
15 00
5 00
8 00
18 50
8 00
10 00
1,080 00
360 00
360 00
840 00
600 00
50 00
537 10
50 00
538 71
538 71
60 00
499 35
120 00
516 13
28 37
2 50
5 00
2 50
3 00
7 75
30 00
41 00
59 00
1 50
10 76
48 00
2 12
4 12
3 75
2 60
60 25
1 00
3 75
50
5 75
14 25
1 60
13 25
405 721 6,502 11
18,143 82
2,341 67
2,404 05
i,889 54 46 Vic.        Public Accounts, 1st July 1881, to 30th June 1882.
147
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
$   cts.
"Free Press "	
J. Hirst	
C. Carpenter	
M. Edgar	
J. Dagner	
J ."Hubert.'.'...."!.!.!.!!
"Free Press"	
J. H. Pleace	
J. Hirst	
J. Hilbert	
C. Michael	
M. W. Waitt&Co	
Michel & Ferguson	
Jno. Hilbert	
M. Halloran	
Mrs. Wilkinson	
Mrs. Fiddick	
"Free Press"	
Walter Wilson	
W. Earl	
E. Holloway	
S. F. Crawford	
W. R. Robb	
Hy. Grieve	
R. T. Swan	
T. Pappenburgh	
Hibben & Co	
W. Warren	
J. Boag	
C. D. Rand	
J. M. Herring	
M. Williams	
Joseph Wise	
E. S. Scoullar & Co	
J. Cunningham	
C. G. Major	
F. Howay	
m. Gray..!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
J. Elliott	
Royal City Planing Mills
T. R. Pearson & Co	
R. W. Deane & Co	
R. Wintemute 	
J. P. Johnston	
A. G. Johnston	
J. W. Sinclair	
Annettes. M. Bell	
M. A. Sweet	
A. J. Colbeck	
R. H. Holding	
D. G. Armstrong	
J. E. Treneman	
Helen Andrews	
Martha J. Norris	
A. J. McDougall	
Martha J. Norris	
G. H. Sluggett	
J. R. Stirling	
A. Pollard	
Chas. Street	
W. Harrison	
J. Cunningham	
W. Morrison	
"N.W. Herald"	
Hibben & Co	
G. R. Ashwell	
Indian Ben	
J, Handberry	
Brought forward	
VIII.—EDUCATION.—Continued.
Vote No. 64.—Nanaimo District.—Concluded.
Advertising " Teacher wanted for Gabriola Island," June, 1831	
Sundries, do. 	
Lumber, do. 	
Painting blackboard, do. 	
2\ cords of wood, do. 	
Lumber, do. 	
One chair, chalk, and broom, do. 	
Advertising " Teacher wanted for South Cedar School"	
Stovepipe, do.' 	
One clock and stationery, do. 	
One blackboard, do 	
Cutting and splitting firewood, do. 5 days @ $2
One set of tablets, do. 	
Cutting and hauling wood and whitewashing schoolhouse, do	
Desk and bucket, North Cedar School	
Cordwood, do.    	
Cutting and splitting do.  do. 	
Cleaning do. 	
do. do. 	
Advertising " Teacher wanted," do	
One sheet of zinc for stove,       rdo	
One clock and hat rack, do	
Vote No. 65.—Comox District.
Teacher, Comox School, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882,12 m. @
do,      Denman Island, do. do. 12 m.       50
One 8-day clock for Comox School	
Painting blackboard and hauling wood, Comox School	
Putting up fence at do. 	
Repairs to school house, Denman Island	
Cutting 6 cords of wood do. 	
Chalk, do	
Cleaning school house, do. 	
Vote No. 66.—New Westminster City District.
Principal, Boys' School, 1st to 31st July, 1881, 1 m. @ $90
do. do. 1st Aug., 1881, to 30th June, 1882,11   ,
Assistant        do. 1st July, 1881, do. 12   „ 50
Principal, Girls'School, do. do. 12   „ 60
12 cords of wood @ S3 50	
One pump for school house	
Stove pipe and brooms	
One bucket, soap, washing soda, and 2 brooms	
Cleaning school house, 1st August, 1881, to 30th April, 1882, 9 m. @ $11
Storing wood	
Cleaning school house, 1st May, to 30th June, 1882, 2 months...
Repairs to       do. 	
Two blackboards and 2 ladders	
One Webster's Dictionary and other books	
Postage stamps	
Hat and coat hooks, and paid Indian for cleaning school-house .
Repairs and painting blackboard	
Vote No. 67.—New Westminster District.
Teacher, Chilliwhack, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882, 12 m. @ $60
do.      Granville, do. do
do.     Maple Ridge,        do. do.
do.      North Arm, do. 31st January, 1882,
do. do. 8th February, to 30th June, 1885,
do.      Burrard Inlet, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1881,
do.      Langley, do. do.
do.     Cheam, 1st to 31st July, 1881,
do. do.     8th Aug., 1881, to 31st January, 1882,
do. do.     19th March to 30th June, 1882,
do.     Trenant, 1st July to 15th November, 1881,
do. do.       1st May to 30th June, 1882,
do.      Prairie, 1st to 31st July, 1882,
do.        do.    8th August, 1881, to 30th June, 1882,
do.      Sumass, 1st Julv to 14th August, 1881,
do.        do.     29th August, 1881, to 30th June, 1882,
Painting blackboard, Sumass school.	
Paint for       do.        Prairie school	
New pump, pipe, &c.,       do. 	
Stove pipe, window pulleys, do.        	
Sinking well, do.	
Advertising "Teacher Wanted," do	
Three boxes of chalk, Chilliwhack school	
Bucket, axe, broom, &c, do. 	
Cleaning, do. 	
10£ cords' wood,        do.    	
55
60
50
, 20d, 50
„ 55
„    55
50
,23 d. 50
,12d.50
50
,    50
50
,23 d. 50
, 14 d. 50
, 2 d. 50
Carried forward.
405 72
1 00
3
6 00
10 25
426 35
6,502 11 22,889 64
1 03
7 50
14 00
2 50
6 62
9 00
3 62
2 00
2 25
7 25
2 50
10 00
75
10 CO
7 75
10 00
0 50
2 50
1 CO
2 CO
1 75
4
600 00
600 00
5 00
14 87
17 88
21 00
12 00
1 26
3 10
90 00
990 00
600 00
720 00
42 00
6 CO
2 75
3 25
99 CO
1 50
22 00
24 65
12 50
20 25
1 OC
6 62
18 62
720 00
660 00
720 00
350 00
237 50
660 00
660 00
50 00
288 71
171 00
225 00
100 00
50 00
538 71
72 60
504 84
3 38
2 50
9 50
8
10 25
2 00
90
7 60
9 00
10 50
6,621 10
1,276 10
2,660 04
6,072 64 33,446 78 148
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June,
1882.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
J. Murray	
Hibben & Co	
G. B. Murray	
R. H. Holding	
R. W. Deane& Co...
Hudson Bay Co	
Hastings Sawmill Co.
E. Millar	
W. Pybus	
"British Columbian"
C. S. Ryder	
B Gibson	
C. McNaughten ....
Jno. Weiler	
James Cunningham.
J. B. Irving	
Geo. Howison	
Jno. McKenny	
W.  Hampton	
F. McCleery	
S. M. Pearson	
H. Magee	
Jno. Murchinson	
J. W. Sexsmith	
Moodyville Saw Mill Co
W. Johns	
Clara Cook & Lucy Lewis
Indian Billy	
D. McGillivary	
A. Street	
D. W. Miller	
S. Toop	
M. A. Lewis	
S. Suckley	
S. Flood	
A. S. Baillie ....
T. Leduc	
C. Schubert
A.Irwin	
J. C. Hamilton .
M. Coughlan
J. Boag	
T. N. Hibben...
Indian Nallie...
J. Mclntyre
J. H. Hart	
Hans & Pocock ,
J. L. Read	
C. E. Redfern...
W. Yates	
F. L. Budlong	
Str. Western Slope.
T. N. Hibben	
D. McQuarrie	
Dominion Telegraph .
E. Peck	
W. Fraser	
U. Nelson	
A. & W. Wilson	
A. II. Scoville	
J. Ahvay	
E. Woodward	
W. Voght .
A. Coutlie.
T. N. Hibben & Co.
M. W. Waitt & Co..
P. Ginglas	
J. Campbell	
J. Christian	
Brought forward	
VIII .—EDUCATION.—Continued.
Vote No. 67.—New Westminster District.—Concluded.
Desks, seats, and labour, Chilliwhack School   	
One set of tablets and chalk, Langley School 	
Building chimney, do. 	
Freight on stationery, do. 	
Three panes of glass, do. October, 1880	
Paid for cleaning do. 	
Sundries, Granville School, October, 1879, to June, 1881	
Cleaning do. to 30th June, 1882, 7 months @ §1.60	
One cord of wood, Trenant School   	
Water pipe and fitting pump, do	
Advertising " Teacher Wanted," Trenant School	
Cleaning school-house, &c, Cheam .".	
Ten cords of wood, do	
740 pickets, do	
Repairing clock, do	
One arm chair, do	
Stove for MapleRidge School	
Bucket, dipper, and broom, Maple Ridge School	
4 cords of wood, and cutting for stove, do	
One axe and 1 broom, do.        	
Stationery and stamps, do.        	
Clearing school lot, do.
Lumber and repairs, $31.16, cord wood $4, North Arm School	
One cord of wood, do. 	
Wood, and cutting for stove, do	
Cutting wood, do	
Building fence and latrine, do	
Window blinds and fixtures, Burrard Inlet School, Jan. to Dec, 1881
Repairing school-house and supplying wood, do.    Jan. to Aug., 1881
One box stove, chalk, and broom, do	
Cleaning Burrard Inlet School, 4 months	
do. do.       6 months	
Cutting fire-wood, do.       	
Sundries, Sumass School	
Repairing fence,   do	
Cleaning do.       	
Cutting wood,       do	
2| cords of wood, do	
Vote No. 68.—Hope-Yale District.
426 35
75
7 22
8 25
23
Teacher, Hope School, 1st July 1881, to 28th Febr., 1882
do. do. 1st March to 30th June, 1882,
do.       Lytton School, 1st July, 1881, to30th June, 1882,12
12
12
1 .
'82, 11
12
11
8 m. @ $50
50
(id
75
60
60
60
50
co
do.       Cache Creek School,   do. do
Matron, do. do. do.
Teacher, Nicola Valley School, 1st to 31st July, 1881,
do. do. 1st Aug., 1881, to 30th June,
do.       Okanagan School, 1st July, 1881, to       do.
do.       Yale School, 1st Aug., 1881, to       do.
One set of tablets, Lytton School	
Wood, do. 	
Soap, do. 	
Stove pipe, repairing windows, &c, Lytton School....
Lumber, Lytton School, 1880-81	
Building latrine, ?do.     1881	
One clock, $6.50; call-bell, S2, Hope School	
3 cords of wrood, bucket, and broom, do	
5^       do. and repairing latrine, do	
Glazing windows, Yale School	
Freight on stove,       do. 	
Freight on maps,      do.        	
1 set of tablets, do	
Stationery and postage stamps, Yale School	
Telegram 	
1 desk and painting, Yale School 	
Sawing and splitting 31- cords of wood, Yale School...
Three brooms, do.
1 stove, 10 joints of pipe, &c, do.
3 chairs, repairing furniture and stove. do.
3^ cords of wood, do.
Cleaning Nicola Valley School-house, May, 1881	
2£ cords of wood, do. 	
2j-      do. do. 	
2 tin pails, 2 brooms, and 2 cups, Nicola Valley School
Sundries, do.
Two boxes of chalk, do.
Stationery,                                               do.
271 cords of wood, Cache Creek School, @ §4.75	
11 7-tenths   do. do. 6      	
6 cords of wood, cleaning school-house, & furnishing 1 clock, Okanagan
Carried for ward.
16 75
10 00
2 00
5 00
500 42
400 00
200 00
720 00
900 00
600 00
60 00
660 00
600 00
660 00
75
3 75
27
8 25
16 75
10 00
8 50
12 10
19 25
1 75
2 25
60
75
50
1 00
9 00
5 25
2 25
30 00
8 25
17 50
2 00
8 75
12 50
5 00
13 37
1 85
3 50
129 83
70 20
22 25
6,072 64 33,445 78
12 00
1 05
10 00
50
75
6 00
18 09
10 50
4 00
27 25
3 12
10 50
15 00
9 25
2 00
3 00
11 00
2 60
14 50
2 88
1 00
10 00
35 16
5 00
9 62
6 00
17 00
14 75
25 33
10 25
6 00
9 00
2 50
7 75
5 00
5 00
5 00
8 62
6,419 61
5,227 87
45,093 16 46 Vic.
Public Accounts. 1st July 1881, to 30th June 1882.
149
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE,
Arrears,
$   cts.
$   cts.
$    Ct9.
C. Phair	
J. F.Smith	
F. W. Foster	
G/Tinker ....'	
T. N. Hibben & Co.
M. Miller..." '.
J.Miller	
J. Dickey	
F.Got	
A. W. Smith	
Postmaster	
J. Chenhall	
M. W. Waitt & Co .
G. C. Phinney	
J. R. Stirling1	
H. Bird	
A. McKenzie	
" Daily Standard".
B. C. Express Co...
J. McLean	
P. Bergeault	
M. Desehainps	
J. Gumming	
G. Hamilton	
Hibben &Co	
J. Hudson	
J. C. Devlin	
W. T. Melross	
G. Byrnes	
Lock & Hodgkinson
C. Paulsen	
J. Harkens	
B. C. Express Co	
J. Johnson	
J. Wilson	
Str. Enterprise	
J. J. Russell	
Str. Princess Louise...
Str. W. Irving	
Colonial Hotel	
McGirr & Davis	
Str. Western Slope	
J. E. Insley	
B. C. Express Co	
Pioneer Line Steamers
Str. Princess Louise...
Str. Western Slope.. ..
B. C. Express Co	
Indian Mack	
W. P. Wilson	
S. Brierley	
Indian Harris	
Indian Jim	
Callhreath & Co	
M. Richards	
S. 0. Wheelock	
Fletcher & Co	
Humphrey & Grant...
J. Quigley	
James Porter	
J. McGillis	
J. Fullarton	
Brought forward	
VIII.—EDUCATION.—Concluded.
Vote No. 69,—Lillooet District.
Teacher, Lillooet School, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882,12 m. @:
do.       Clinton School. do. do. 12 „ 60
Freight on chairs to Lillooet School, June, 1881	
Glass, &c. do. 	
Express charges on do.        do. 	
Webster's Dictionary and postage, Lillooet School	
One box of crayons, do. 	
One blank book and 1 brush, do. 	
Cleaning, do. 	
do. do. 	
Two panes of glass and Abacus, do. 	
Postage, do. 	
Bridging creek for use of pupils, do. 	
Two brooms and 1 pane of glass, do. 	
~ stage and stationery, do. 	
Ten cords wood, Clinton School 	
One box crayons, do.	
Vote No. 70.—Cariboo District.
500 42
1 in. @ $83 33
'82, 10 ,,16d.83 33
12 „ 60
9 „ 23 d. 60
Teacher, Barkerville School, 1st to 31st July, 1881,
do. do.        15 Aug., '81, to 30 June.
do.      Williams Lake do., 1st July, '81, do.
do.      Quesnellemouth,    7th Sep., '81, do.
Advertising "Teacher Wanted," Quesnellemouth
Rent of building for school-house, Barkerville, 1st March, 1881, to 1st
April, 1882, 13 months @ $10	
Rent of building for school-house, Quesnellemouth, 1st July, 1881, to
30th June, 1882, 12 months @ 810	
Freight on stove, Stanley to Quesnelle   	
Five cords of wood, Quesnelle School, @ $5.50	
One blackboard and 3 panes of glass, Quesnelle School
Labour and materials, desks and benches,       do.
Cordwood, lime, and nails, do.
Two boxes of chalk and express, do.
Labour raising ceiling & fixing benches & tables, Williams Lake School
One blank book, Barkerville School	
Two blackboards, do.	
Cordwood, do. 	
do. do. 	
do. do. 	
Sawing wood and shovelling snow, Barkerville School
IX.—TRANSPORT.
Vote No. 71.—Freight ox Remittances.
Express charges from Alexandra Suspension Bridge	
do. do. Cassiar	
do. do.        East Coast	
Vote No. 72.—Travelling Expenses, Officers on Duty.
Passage, meals and bed for Registrar E. A. Jenns, Victoria to New West'r
Cab hire for Deputy Treasurer	
Passage and meals for Attorney-General to New West'r and return ..
do. do.   and bed,      do. do	
do. do.       at do.        	
do. do.       at Yale	
Passage and meals, Victoria to Yale for Auditor	
Meals and bed at Yale, do	
Conveyance from Yale to Suspension Bridge, Auditor	
Passage and meals, Yale to New Westminster, do.
do. do.    New Westminster to Victoria, Auditor	
Passage, meals and bed for Registrar Wootton, Victoria to Yale, July
Stage fare, baggage, meals and bed, for Registrar Wootton, Yale to
Barkerville	
Packing for Gold Commissioner Vowell	
Horse keep and meals
do. do.
Canoe hire,
Packing and making canrp:
Provisions,
Meals and horse keep,
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
Horse hire,
Meals and bed, J. L,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Crimp & do.
17 days @|2...,
McDame Creek ,
McDame Creek
Meals and horse keep, do
Expenses McDame Creek to Thibert Creek of Gold Commissioner Vowell
•ward.
548 52
720 00
720 00
8 10
3 36
2 00
3 68
1 00
1 87
1 60
10 12
2 00
50
1 75
2 00
1 12
30 00
25
83 33
879 09
720 00
588 00
2 50
130 00
120 00
3 00
27 50
7 00
20 0C
11 76
3 5C
24 0C
1 75
12 0C
9 00
5 00
10 50
5 00
16 45
31 00
23 53
4 25
1 OC
6 26
3 0C
18 75
10 26
10 25
24 0C
8 0C
6 0C
6 5C
7 25
95 25
4 0C
19 5C
23 0C
2 0C
34 OC
13 35
11 OC
9 0C
27 50
2 50
20 0C
26 0C
2 0C
42 58
437 18
45,093 16
1,609 25
2,662 !
49,265 24
70 150
Public Accounts, 1st July 1881, to 30th June 1882.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOE WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
$   cts.
S   cts.
Brought forward.
Indian Paddy	
Indian Jim   	
Str. Lady of the Lake ...
M. Richards	
J. Cain	
Indian Jack	
W. Thomas	
W. Walsh	
P. Brady	
J. Walsh	
Do	
Indian Charley	
Callhreath, Grant, & Cook
W. G. Bowman	
A. D. Mclnnes	
P. C. Dunlevy	
Str. Victoria	
S. Downes & Co	
McLean & Carson	
J. Boyd	
W. Brunskill  	
J. T. Fleming	
J. Austin	
S. Y. Wootton	
R. McLeese	
Fletcher & McNaughton.
B. C. Express Co	
J. B. Leighton	
Mason & Daly	
J. J. Russell	
G. Winter	
Do	
Steamer ' "Enterprise"...
A. B. Ferguson	
Do	
W. H. Vader	
J. Uren	
J. Campbell	
T. Spelman	
C. Morton	
Mrs. Clements	
G. Baillie 	
Hautier & Phillips	
H. B. Dart	
B. C. Express Co	
S. Tanner	
McGirr & Davis   	
Steamer "W. Irving"....
J. W. Howison 	
Mclntyre & Co	
Steamer "Cassiar"	
,,       "Enterprise"...
P. Carter 	
Str. "Western Slope" ...
R. Savage	
J. J. Russell	
E. Garnett	
S.M.Nelson	
W. A. Franklin	
A. H. Lowe	
J. Halstead 	
Smith & Farron	
Str. "Geo. E. Starr" ....
,,   "Western Slope"....
J. W. Williams	
Do. 	
J. J. Russell	
J. T. Howard	
G. Francis	
J. W. Williams	
Str. "Western Slope"	
R. Wolfenden..
Borde & Morley
W. C. Bryant .
R. Brown	
IX.—TRANSPORT.—Continued.
Vote No. 72.—Travelling Expenses, Officers on Doty.—Concluded.
Packing blankets, Gold Commissioner Vowell Centerville to Sylvester's
do. do. do.     Sylvester's to Centerville
Provisions
Laketon to Telegraph Ck.
Packing blankets
Meals & horse keep do.
Horse hire do.
Meals & horse keep do.
Express charges on luggage,
Horse hire,
Canoe hire,
Horse feed,
Carriage hire for Attorney-General
Meals and horse keep for Registrar Wootton on circuit	
Meals, bed and horse keep, Registrar Wootton, on circuit	
Passage for Registrar Wootton and horse, Quesnelle to Soda Creek
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Laketon to Glenora...
McDame to Laketon..
Laketon to Telegraph Ck.
Glenora	
Meals, bed & horse keep
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
Horse hire
do.
Meals, bed & horse keep
do. do.
Stage fare
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
on circuit
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do	
do	
Quesnelle to Barkerville & return
13 days (a S3.
22 do.     .
Clinton to Cache Creek.
Stage fare for Solicitor, E. Harrison, Jr
Horse hire for Gov't. Agent collecting mining statistics, Cariboo Dist.
Cab hire to Public School, Victoria, Provincial Secretary	
Carriage hire for Surveyor-General to and from steamer to Nanaimo .
do. Attorney-General 	
Passage, meals, and bed for the Attorney-General, New West., & return
Meals and bed for Solicitor, E. Harrison, Jr
do. Carriage hire,      do.
do.
do.
dodo.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Attorney-General,
do.          July to November, 1881
Provincial Secretary 	
do	
do	
Attorney.General, 2nd April, 1881, to 13th May, 1882
do
Conveyance of
Meals and bed for
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Stage fare
Conveyance to Cache Creek
Meals and bed
Passage and meals
Meals and bed
do.
Passage and meals
do.
Express with books for
Passage, meals, and bed
Express with books to steamer
Cab hire to and from steamer
Express with books
Meals and bed
Express with luggage
Carriage hire
Meals and bed
do.
Passage, meals, and bed
do. do.
Carriage hire for
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Passage and meals, Minister of Finance, Victoria to New West., & return
Vote No. 73.—Keep of Horses.
2 tons hay, 	
Shoeing messenger's horse	
do. do.        	
Two tons of hay	
Carried forward
Tacoma to Steilacoom
do.
at Seattle	
Tacoma and return	
548 52
437 18
4 00
4 00
2 00
6 00
16 00
10 00
5 00
10 00
14 50
12 60
15 00
2 50
8 25
70 98
1 00
23 00
6 60
10 50
10 00
18 76
99 00
13 25
4 75
4 00
39 00
66 00
26 00
9 75
26 50
66 00
24 00
5 00
2 50
3 00
8 50
7 60
28 00
25 00
14 50
16 00
38 50
1 25
2 75
6 00
1 50
5 00
97 75
30 00
10 50
12 25
46 25
1 00
4 50
9 00
75
15 75
75
2 00
1 00
1 00
50
8 00
3 50
5 00
17 50
18 50
11 00
15 00
49 00
4 00
35 00
105 00
16 60
6 50
1,639 43
30 00
2 60
26 25
36 00
584 52
04 75
1,710 41 46 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July 1881, to 30th June 1882.
151
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
R. Baker & Son...
J. Boyd	
Fellows & Prior...
P. McQuade & Son
Executors of Sir J. Don
glas per L. Lowenburg
Vancouver Coal Co.
T. S. Dobbin.
J. Quagliotti.
N. Shakespeare ....
L. Lowenburg	
J. E. White	
H. Fry	
T. McK. Lambly ...
G. Byrnes	
G. Kenny	
J. Clapperton 	
T. Harris	
W. M. Dingwall ...
J. R. Hett	
W. R. Spalding	
R. Deighton	
C. A. Semlin 	
A. W. 1un Ibom ...
R. H. 1 idjock	
E. Manin^r	
F. W. Foster	
J. C. Haynes	
Do	
C. Wilson 	
Do	
W. N. Bole	
H. Simpson 	
M. Rowland	
J. Muir .  	
R. Grahame	
E. Vine 	
L. Helgesen	
A. Gilmore	
J. Camp	
H. Wain	
J. Stevens	
G. Francis	
J. W. Williams	
Mason & Daly	
J. Boyd	
R. Pacey	
P. C. Dunlevy	
E. B. Eagle	
F. Guy	
Veith, Borland & Co,
J. Fleming	
S. Downes & Co	
Brought forward	
IX.—TRANSPORT— Concluded.
Vote No. 73.—Keep of Horses.—Concluded.
Hay 	
1 bridle ,	
1 stable fork	
One lantern for stable	
X.—RENT.
Vote No. 74.—Government House, Victoria.
Rent of Section 76, Fairfield, 12 months, to 25th March, 1882	
Vote No. 74a.—Boat House, Nanaimo.
Rent from 1st January, 1878, to 30th June, 1882	
Vote No. 74b.— Lieutenant Governor's Residence.
Rent of house and furniture at Esquimalt, from 1st November, 1881, to
1st May, 1882, 6 months	
Vote No 74c— Government Agent's Residence, Yale.
Rent of house for Government Agent at Yale, 6 months, from 18th
August, 1881, to 18th February, 1882	
.    XL—REVENUE SERVICES.
Vote No.. 75.—Commission, &c.
Commission   on Collections, Victoria  City, Victoria  and Esquimalt
District, @ 10 per cent	
Commission on Collections, New Westminster District, @ 20 per cent
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do. Victoria City District, @ 5 per cent.
do. Skeena District, @ 15 per cent	
do. Cowichan District, @ 10 per cent....
do. Okanagan District, @ 25 per cent...
do. Cariboo District, @ 12£ per cent....
do. Omineca District, @ 15 per cent....
do. Nicola, @ 10 per cent	
do. Marriage Licences, @ 10 per cent...
do. Comox District, @ 10 per cent	
Courts of Appeal.
Holding Court of Appeal at Victoria City District and Esquimalt.
do.
do
do.
do
do.
do
do.
do
do.
do
do.
do
do.
do
do.
do
do.
do
do.
do.
do.
do.
Nanaimo
Yale	
Cache Creek (and mileage)	
Nicola  	
Comox (and mileage)	
Cowichan	
Clinton	
Rock Creek and Keremeos (1881)  	
Mileage	
Richfield, Stanley, Quesnelle, Williams Lake
and Soda Creek	
Mileage
New Westminster City and District.
Travelling Expenses.
Meals, bed and horse keep for Assessor R. Jones.
Do.
do.
Do.
do.
Do.
do.
Do.
do.
Do.
do.
Do.
do.
Do.
do.
Do.
do.
Do.
do.
Buggy hire
foi
Do. & ho
•se
liii
e
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Meals, bed and hoisse keep for Assessor W. Stevenson.
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.
Carried forward.
16 00
30 92
749 44
94 75     1,710 41
32 37
1 50
2 25
2 00
132 87
1,843 28
48 50
108 00
61 90
34 20
9 76
62 70
106 49
336 16
125 60
104 62
127 78
49 00
99 59
60 00
5 0C
10 0C
11 25
10 0C
7 0C
10 OC
10 oc
20 00
20 0C
26 00
26 00
50 00
71 5C
30 00
6 50
1 75
2 00
50
1 00
2 00
2 00
75
2 00
75
15 00
90 00
61 00
16 96
9 00
37 75
2 50
2 00
113 60
11 00
10 50
388 46
600 00
00
1,428 44 152
Public Accounts, 1st July 1881, to 30th June 1882.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts
749 44
30 00
3SS 46
25 26
20 50
3 50
3 00
5 00
15 00
7 00
2 50
4 00
9 00
2 50
7 50
8 00
2 50
11 00
7 50
13 75
9 00
5 00
4 00
24 50
52 50
26 00
15 00
38 00
208 50
4 00
2 50
50
4 50
5 00
3 00
55 00
3 00
2 50
3 00
3 00
3 00
6 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
1 00
2 50
2 50
3 00
4 50
2 50
15 00
15 00
3 00
50
1 00
50
50
1 50
1 50
2 00
2 00
2 00
50
28 00
8 00
4 00
12 00
1,428 44
XI.—REVENUE SERVICES.—Continued.
Travelling Expenses.—Concluded.
Meals, bed,F& horse keep for Assessors W. Stevenson and St. Laurent..
Do.                do.                 do.                 do.             do.
J. Griffin	
F. Gay	
C. B. Eagle	
W. Brunskill	
N. Gordelle	
Humphrey & Grant
J. C. Callhreath	
Horse hire                 do.     T. H. Giffin	
Passage and meals for Supt. Todd, protecting Agent of Contractor for Sec.
A, B& C, C.P.R., whilst collecting P.R. Tax from Chinese employes..
Meals and bed              do.                     do.                      do.
Do.       New Westm'r to Yals & return                   do.
Do.                         do.                     do.                      do.
Do.       and horse keep                   do.                      do.
Do.                                                   do.                      do. & Constables.
Do.                do.                               do.                      do. & 9        do.
Do.                do.                               do.                      do.     9        do.
Do.                do.                               do-                      do.     9        do.
Do.                do.                               do.                     do.     9        do.
Do.               do.                            do.                    do.     7       do.
Stage hire Supt. Todd & 7 Constables, Boston Bar to Lytton and return
to Yale, protecting Agent of the Contractors for Sec. A, B &C, C.P.R.
Pioneer Line Steamers ..
S. M. Nelson	
T, H. Forrister	
H. B. Dart	
G. Baillie	
B. C. Express Co	
S. M. Nelson	
Horse hire,                                           do.                  22 days @ S2.50
J. W. Wood	
T. W. Hamilton 	
J. Haller	
H. 0. Bowe	
J. Saul	
G. Tinker	
W. Pinchbeck	
Fletcher & Co	
J. C. Callbreath 	
do.               do.         T. H. Giffin, do	
H. B. Dart	
R. A. Collins	
J. Miller	
Kent, Miscellaneous, (be.
1,135 46
314 25
59 50
109 00
33 00
2 50
26 25
5 00
5 00
5 00
60 00
60 00
9 00
J. R. Hett	
Rent of room, holding Court of Revision, & meals for Judge & Assessor
Do.                                    do.                  .                 do.
Do.                                    do.                                    do.
P. Brady	
Rent of building for Govt. Office, Omineca, 12 months, to 31st Dec, 1881
H. Blackford	
779 44
688 50
2,563 90 46 Vic. Public Accounts, 1st July 1881, to 30th June 1882.
153
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
9   cts.
$   cts.
M. Barry	
Veith, Borland & Co,
N. FitzStubbs	
R. J. McCann	
J. Allison	
R. H. Sweeny	
A. G. Wright	
E. A. Thorndike ...
G. Blackstock	
G. Gowdy	
W. D. Mackintosh..
J. Boucherat   	
J. Kent	
A. McGilvray	
J. McKay	
G. Coxon 	
J. R. Hett	
N. Shakespeare	
Hudson Bay Co	
S. Bakes	
Douglas & Deighton
Brought forward	
XL—REVENUE SERVICES.—Concluded.
Rents, Miscellaneous, &c—Concluded.
600 lbs. of hay for Collector Stevenson, @ 5 cents ¥ lb	
588 lbs. of oats, do. 6       ,, 	
Protecting Agent of Contractor for Sec, A, B, & C, C. P. R., during the
collection of Provincial Revenue Tax from Chinose,      9 days @ 83
McKillican & Anderson..
Do.
A. & W. Wilson 	
Do. 	
Do. 	
A. Vipond	
Lettice & Sears	
R. Fawcett	
M. Humber 	
H. B. Good   	
E. Harrison, sen	
Do. 	
Matthews, Richards & Tye
Victoria Water Works
W. P. Sayward	
J. Millar	
W. Constantine	
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
9
Arctic shoes for Supt. of Police and Constables, collecting from Chinese
Services as teamster, do. do. do.
Do. do. do. do.
Keep of horses for do. do. do.
Hire of team and waggon, do. do. 4£ days @ '■
Law costs, Collector Shakespeare v. Hong Chow and others	
Storage on Chinese effects seized for taxes	
Caps for Special Constables collecting Tax from Chinese	
Assisting collecting taxes from Chinese, Victoria City, 8 days @ $2.50
One satchel for Collector Gallagher	
W. Edwards	
W. J. Armstrong	
J. Cunningham	
H. Hoy  „
Royal City Planing Mills
Trapp Brothers	
J. W. Stirtan	
Do	
Do	
C. Carpenter 	
D. W. Gordon	
W. Wilson	
A. Mayer	
W. Earl	
Renwick & Co	
J. H. Pleace	
Vancouver Coal Co.
T. Penny  .,..«.....
XII.— PUBLIC WORKS.
Works and Buildings.
Vote No. 76.—Repairs to Government Buildings and Fences, Victoria
Labour and materials, Victoria Gaol	
Do, Land Office and centre building	
Do. Victoria Gaol	
Do. Government Offices, James' Bay	
Do. House of Assembly,       do. 	
Repairs to lock and new key, Treasury Office and Supreme Court	
Labour and material, Sheriff's Office and Supreme Court	
Sand bag for Supreme Court, Hon. Mr. Justice Crease's room	
Labour and materials, repairing plaster, Supreme Court	
Allowance for repairs to "The Winds"   	
Painting, Supreme Court room	
Painting wainscot and putting in lights, centre building	
1 lock for Supreme Court, and 3 lengths of water pipe for Victoria Gaol
Supplying and laying 2 water pipes from the main to Gaol fence .. .
Lumber delivered to Victoria Gaol  	
Iron washers for gates,       do. 	
Constructing latrines in the rear of House of Assembly, and other work
in connection therewith, per agreement	
779 44
34 85
25 00
Vote No. 77.—Repairs to Govt. Buildings and Fences, New West'r.
Raising chimney at the Gaol, June, 1881	
Lumber for do.    March and May	
Iron shutter for ventilator in the vault of Government Office	
One new door and steps, partition, and ventilator, do. 	
Lumber for Gaol	
Wall-paper, paint, driers, &c, for Gaol 	
Vote No. 78.—Repairs to Government Buildings and Fences, Nanaimo,
Making new sash and repairing desk and drawers in Govt. Office	
New floor in Gaol and work on Court Ho >se	
Locks, lumber, &c., for Gaol, Departure Bay	
Lumber, do. 	
Timber for renewing foundation, Nanaimo Gaol !
Hinges for Gaol at Departure Bay ,	
Lime, do. '	
Padlock, do. 	
1 bar of iron with hinge, do.	
Nails for Nanaimo Gaol	
3£ m. shingles for Gaol, Departure Bay	
Expressage on nails, do.  	
2 50
2 92
3 00
J. Mclntyre	
Indian Yarrow..
T. Gowdy	
F. Jones	
T. W. Gray   	
J. McBride	
Hudson Bay Co.,
Vote No. 79.'-
-Repairs to Government Buildings and Fences,
Yale District.
Paint, oil, turpentine, &c, Lytton Office and Gaol	
Labour, painting and whitewashing Govt. Office at Lytton	
Taking down chimney in Govt. Office, and hauling lumber for Toll Office
Labour and material, painting Toll Office	
800 feet of lumber for do	
4 roof plates for do. 	
Locks, hinges, screws, &c., for     do.	
Carried forward	
8 00
10 00
865 71
50  2,563 90
30 00
35 28
27 00
27 00
27 0C
27 00
27 00
27 00
6 00
6 00
2 60
5 OO
10 00
4 00
7 25
27 00
394 95
6 00
5 00
20 00
5 00
101 80
102 75
68 72
94 49
159 67
2 50
7 50
1 50
20 00
30 00
10 40
5 37
26 35
26 00
29 88
3 00
260 00
2 50
2.92
3 00
125 00
38 40
28 00
19 50
55 25
12 12
12 00
3 60
1 50
9 00
1 50
21 00
3 00
10 50
50
13 25
17 50
22 60
12 00
16 00
2 00
15 12
1,414 48
3,978 38
939 93
199 82
149 47
98 37  1,289 22 154
Public Accounts, 1st July 1881, to 30th June 1882.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
S   cts.
S   cts.
S   cts.
U. Nelson	
D. A. McDonald
Hudson Bay Co.
H. Henrickson..
E. Skuse	
J. Bibby	
C. P. O'Neil
J. Little	
E. Ogden	
I. B. Nason	
J. Murray	
S. Archer 	
B.Got	
A. W. Smith
C. Mclntyre
J. Fletcher & Co ...
R. McDermott	
J. Humphreys	
A. Cameron	
J. L. Galbreath	
G. W. Hall	
W. Goodridge	
D. Withrow ,
J. Cunningham	
E. S. Scoullar & Co.
John Turner	
Mathews, Richards & Tye
A. & W. Wilson	
W. Constantine	
P. T. Johnstone and Co.
W. P. Sayward	
London & Lancashire Co,
Imperial Insurance Co.
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No. 19.—Repairs to Government Buildings and Fences,
Yale District.—Concluded.
6 rolls of wall paper for Toll Office	
Water pipe and fixing from main to Court House and Gaol, Yale....
Lock, hinges, &c, for Government Office and Gaol, Lytton	
Labour and materials for latrine at Lytton Gaol_	
1 barrel of lime for whitewash, do.
Vote No. 80.—Repairs to Government Buildings, Cariboo District.
Furnace pipe complete, and repairs to furnace, Assay Office	
Repairs and material to do. do	
Labour on furnace, brick-work, Assay Office	
Repairs to Court House and Office, 5 days, @ §4	
Lumber	
Repairing roof and putting down floor, 4 days, @ §5	
Removing snow from roof of Lock-up at Stanley	
Vote No. 81.—Repairs to Government Buildings and Fences,
Lillooet District.
Repairs to veranda of Court House 	
2 panes of glass and setting	
Repairs, lumber and materials, for Clinton Gaol	
Vote No. 82.—Repairs to Government Buildings and Fences,
Cassiar District.
Lumber, drilling, and nails, McDame Creek, October, 1880	
6 rolls of wall paper, do. do	
Repairing roof of Record Office, March, 1881	
Plastering do. September, 1881	
Vote No. i
-Repairs to Government Buildings, Kootenay.
Lumber	
Materials and labour for Gaol at Wild Horse Creek.
Vote No. 8k.—Repairs to Asylum for the Insane, New Westminster.
Glass and putty	
Repairs to water pipes	
Water tap, plumber's work, and fixings	
Vote No. 85.—Convalescents' Home, Victoria.
Building (balance of Contract No. 29)	
Vote No. 86.—Improvement of Government
Tools for use of Convicts .
Padlocks, keys, and line..
Hose .
Repairing sidewalk in front of the reserve	
Ornamental trees and shrubs, and planting same .
Lumber and drayage	
Insurance
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Vote No. 87.—Insurance of Government Buildings.
on School-house, New Westminster *  $ 9 37
do.            South Saanich  9 00
Royal Hospital, Victoria, & building, Indian R. 87 50
Asylum for the Insane, New Westminster  125 00
School-house, North Saanich  6 00
School-house. Trenant  7 00
do.            Clinton    10 50
Sundry policies, 6th Aug., 1881, to 6th Aug. '82 43 75
School-house, Prairie  7 00
do.            Colwood, Yale, and Esquimalt... 32 37
do.            South Saanich  8 75
Court House, Clinton    60 00
Government House and furniture  90 00
School-house, Langley  10 50
do.             Victoria  100 00
do.            Cache Creek  75 00
do.             Lillooet    12 25
Buildings, James' Bay, and furniture  181 75
Government House Stables  43 75
Metchosin School House  8 75
Burrard Inlet,    do  10 50
Burgoyne Bay   do  5 25^
Carried fonvard	
865 71
98 37
3 75
33 80
11 63
8 00
4 00
1,289 22
169 55
95 00
18 00
10 00
20 00
102 61
20 00
3 50
269 11
26 00
1 50
10 00
37 50
17 65
17 55
18 00
IS 00
11 50
11 50
2 95
12 00
281 00
50 00
293 00
2 50
2 00
50 75
55 25
1,000 00
9 25
38 75
2 25
2 25
10 50
119 75
17 15
190 65
236 87
707 12
922 01
943 99
3,344 28 46 Vic. Public Accounts, 1st July 1881, to 30th June 1882.
155
TO WHOM PAID.
FOE WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
S   cts.
$   cts.
$    CtB.
Imperial Insurance Co
Guardian Insurance Co
Commercial Union Co
North Brit. & Mercantile
Northern Insurance Co.
F. Allatt	
C. E. Redfern	
A."& W.'wilson!'..'.'.'.'.
M. O'Connor	
X). Withrow	
Indian Kitty	
D. P. Leonard	
A. McKinnon	
Mara & Wilson	
W. T. Milross	
J. Bibby	
Veith, Borland* Co ..
G. Coxon	
F. W. Foster	
J. Weiler	
J. E. Lord	
J. Cunning-ham	
J. McBride	
York & DeBeck	
Hudson Bav Co. ......
J. T. Galbreath	
J. Weiler	
J. S. Drummond	
Scoullar & Co	
J. Burge	
Hudson Bay Co	
J. McBride	
Kimball & Gladwin	
Steamer Western Slope
H. Hendrickson	
G. C. Major	
Fletcher & McDonald.
"Daily Standard"	
Charles Hayward	
McKillican & Anderson
W. Constantine	
W. S. Wraight	
J. Teague	
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No. 87.—Insurance of Government Buildings,—Concluded.
Insurance
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
on Salt Spring; Island School house  5
South Cowichan             do.          3
Comox                          do.  7
Gabriola Island              do.          5
Government Offices, New Westminster  30
Sumass School house.  7
Sooke            do  11
Convalescents' Home  22
Nanaimo School house  38
Victoria do. 	
Craigflower     do. 	
School house, Lake	
do. Hope	
do. Denman Island	
do. North Cowichan	
Court house and Gaol, Yale	
Cedar Hill and High schools  25
Chilliwhack schoolhouse  11
Nanaimo school house  31
Government buildings, James'Bay  110
School house, Wellington  13
Cedar Hill school house  5
Wellington school house  8
Court House, New Westminster	
00
50
0OS
00
37 I
00 f
00 i
75J
37\
25|
75 >■
12
26
75
Vote No. 88.—Furniture, Government Offices.
Book shelves for Attorney-General's Office, January, 1881	
Repairing clock in Land Office	
Clock for Provincial Secretary's Office, January, 1881	
Sundry articles for all departments	
Stove-piping and sundries for Supreme Court, New Westminster ..
1 stove and piping and 1 clock for Court House, Clinton	
1 desk for Office, New Westminster	
New blinds and fixing for 5 windows, do	
Sewing carpet for Judge's room, Kamloops	
Desk, platform, and shelves for Court House, Kamloops	
Repairing stove .     do. do	
Carpet for Judge's room, and glassware, do	
Painting- and lettering 6 buckets for Court House, Richfield	
6 fire buckets, Richfield	
1 stove, freight, and fitting up at office, Forks of Quesnelle	
3 pairs w-indow blinds for Office, Lytton, June, 1881	
2 coal oil lamps for Office, Clinton	
Toilet set for Lieutenant-Governor's Office, Victoria	
Tables, chairs, and clothes-rack for Office, New Westminster, 1880 .
2 coal scuttles and 2 shovels do. do. 1880.
20 lengths stove-pipe, 4 elbows, and roof-plate, Yale	
Difference in exchange on stove, Yale, 1880	
Sundry articles, Yale	
1 stove and freight for Office, Kootenay	
5 mats for Printing Office, and 2 fire-screens for Treasury	
Furniture for Government Office, Yale	
Furniture for Executive Council room and Provincial Secretary....
Stove for Land Office	
Fixing stove in Government Office, New Westminster	
Repairing stove for Office, McDame Creek	
Office lamp, mat, and candlestick, Yale Office	
3 stoves, piping, and fixing for Court House, Yale	
Express on furniture for Government Office, Yale	
Freight do. do. do	
Labour and material for shelves and cupboard, Lytton	
Sundries for Court House, New Westminster	
Vote No. 89.—Hospital, Nanaimo,
Grant in aid of building  	
Vote No. 90.—Repairs to Piiblic School, Victoria.
Advertising notice to contractors, builders, painters, and others....
do.        for additional tenders	
Repairs as per contract No. 13	
do. do.      No. 21	
Extras do.      No. 21	
Repairing sashes, removing and re-setting desks, cloak hooks, etc. .
Laying floor in shed, Boys' School 	
Repairs to gates and turnstiles	
For addition to building, on account of contract No. 2	
Architect's commission, contract No. 2 ($5,9S3) @ 5 %, one-half on account
Carried forward.
922 01
4 50
42 50
95 09
3 25
28 00
4 00
2 00
2 00
4 38
1,141 23
943 99  3,344 28
69 25
178 93
128 12
180 49
45 00
33 50
1 00
4 50
42 50
95 09
42 00
17 50
15 00
4 00
60 50
3 50
37 15
7 50
15 00
42 00
3 25
8 00
9 50
28 00
4 00
14 00
2 00
6 60
57 00
12 60
144 00
13 75
35 75
1 75
12 00
11 25
85 00
2 00
13 60
18 00
18 50
18 00
15 00
793 50
93 00
10 00
37 63
38 00
9 00
836 43
149 57
1,545 78
911 09
250 00
2,000 13
8,051 28 156
Public Accounts, 1st July 1881, to SOth June 1882.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
cts.
cts.
A. Copeland	
F. Spotts 	
H. Simpson	
J. Furze	
W. G. Norris	
W. P. Sayward	
"Daily Standard"	
J. Turner	
" Daily Standard"	
G. H. Frost	
"Daily Standard"	
"Free Press"	
J. W. Stirtan	
R. T. Swan	
"Daily Standard"	
J. A. Calbick 	
Samuel Edge	
A.Innes	
A. C. Henderson .....
J. B. Henderson	
R. Alexander 	
John Turner	
W. McGirr	
D. A. McDonald	
"Daily Standard"
A. Copeland	
M. Humber	
Do	
W. Mann 	
J. Sears	
Lettice & Sears	
H. Carroll 	
J. W. Williams 	
W. Constantine	
Fawcett & Co	
Do	
McKillican & Anderson
W. P. Sayward 	
Fell & Co	
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No. 91.—Repairs to Public Schools, East-South Saanich.
Building latrine and repairing fence, 8J days, @ 82.50	
Hauling lumber	
Labour and nails 	
Clearing ground and fencing 	
Latch, hinges, and nails for gates	
Lumber for latrine and fence	
Vote No. 92.—Construction of Public School, Esquimalt.
Advertising notice to Contractors.
Building, as per Contract No. 10..
Vote No. 93.—Repairs to Public School, Nanaimo.
Advertising' notice to Builders and Contractors ..
Repairs to School-house, as per Contract No. 20 .
Vote No. 9It.—Construction of Public School, Wellington.
Advertising notice to Builders and Contractors	
Do. do. 	
Building School-house, as per Contract No. 19 	
Vote No. 95.—Repairs to Public School, Denman Island.
Repairs, as per agreement	
Vote No. 96.—Public School, New Westminster.
Advertising notice to Contractors and Builders	
Construction of School-house, as per Contract No. 1	
Vote No. 97.—Repairs to Public School, Maple Ridge.
Repairs, as per agreement ,
Vote No. 98.—Construction of Public School, Langley Prairie.
Building School-house, as per Contract No. 11	
Vote No. 99.—Construction of Public Sehool, ChilliwhacJc.
Building School-house, as per Contract No. 23   	
Vote No. 100.—Construction of Public School, Yale.
Building School-house, as per Contract No. 5  	
Vote No. 101.—Repairs to Public School, Granville.
Labour and material	
Vote No. 101a.—Court House and Gaol, Yale.
Building, as per Contract No. 36  	
Superintending construction	
Constructing main drain	
Vote No. 101b.—Enlarging School House, North Saanich.
Advertising notice to Contractors	
Additions and repairs—labour and materials.
Government House, Victoria.
Vote No. 102.—Repairs to Building.
Material and labour	
Cementing tower and chimneys and putting in a new drain	
Repairs to stables, labour, 6 days @ $4	
Kalsomining rooms, 12 days @ |>4 50	
Painting and graining drawing-room and bed-rooms	
Labour, repairing plastering,   and relaying  and cementing floor of
stable, 11 days @ $5	
Carriage hire for Surveyor-General inspecting work	
Sundry repairs, materials and labour	
Do. do. do	
Labour and materials, papering rooms	
Do. general repairs, carpenter's work	
Lumber for repairs to the Lodge	
Sundry articles supplied for cleaning the building	
Carried forward.
1,141 23
1,173 81
20 62
10 00
6 05
27 25
2 50
32 58
7 00
743 00
4 50
400 00
4 50
4 00
748 00
10 00
2,430 00
3,472 00
79 60
50 00
10 00
313 00
114 00
241 00
24 00
54 00
115 00
55 00
8 00
89 00
52 04
116 45
625 96
9 95
13 37
1,417 77
8,051 28
99 00
760 00
756 50
60 00
2,440 00
60 00
380 00
690 00
30 00
3,601 50
323 00 46 Vic
Public Accounts, 1st July 1881, to 80th June 1882.
157
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
8   cts,
cts.
T. C. Russell	
Mary Sullivan	
John Smith 	
A. & W. Wilson	
E. B. Marvin	
A. & W. Wilson	
Shears & Partridge	
Fawcett & Co	
Do 	
Collector of Customs..
W. A. Franklin	
Welch, Kithet&Co...
Wells Fargo & Co	
Do. 	
J. Weiler	
T. Carrington	
Thomas Day	
Dom. Govt. Telegraph
J. Sehl	
Do	
Stahlsehmidt & Ward .
W. Denny	
C. Redfern	
D. Spencer	
W. Constantine	
" Daily Standard " ....
DeWiederhold &Cd...
Union Coal Yard	
Fell & Co	
T. Carrington	
W. G. Bowman	
Thos. Luscombe	
Do	
J. Maynard	
Hy. Noble	
Hudson Bay Co	
Matthews,Richards & Tye
J. Sullivan	
R. Copeland...
P. Irvine	
J. Flarety	
J. Barnes	
W. Smithurst..
H. Cathcart ...
Borde & Morley
W. Ralph	
Do	
A. Gilmore	
J. W. Williams,
P. Irvine	
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Government House, Victoria.—Concluded.
Vote No. 102.—Repairs to Building.— Concluded.
Cleaning house and re-laying carpets, 25J days @ $2	
Cleaning, 27 days @ $1.50	
Cleaning 34 chimneys $34,& cleaning grates and house, 8 days @$2 = $
Labour and materials, plumber's work, including new kitchen range
1 pair of patent blocks, rope, signal halyards and reeving	
Vote No. 10$.—Furniture.
Stove and boiler, and cooking utensils, &c	
2 pairs lace curtains, @ $10 50	
Repairs to furniture	
Labour and materials, carpets, rugs, blinds, &c	
Duty on glass	
Carriage on case from steamer to Government House .
Freight        do	
Express charges and duty on glass 	
Billiard balls, duty, and express charges	
One doz. chairs and 31^ lbs. of feathers	
Crockery and glass	
Glass lamps, extra glasses, &c	
Telegram and reply   	
Linoleum, oil cloth and carpet lining	
One Turkish chair, 1 rocker, lounge, and silk cord	
Crockery, china, and glass $406.46, cartage $1.50	
Blankets, quilts, and sundry furnishing goods	
Three clocks	
43 yards of Brussels carpet, @ $1.75	
Vote No. lot,.—Repairs to Fences.
New gate, and repairs.
Vote So. lOka — Water.
Advertising Tenders for water supply to Government House .
Water supplied, May and June	
Vote No. lOib.—Fuel and Light.
Coal and wood	
Coal oil, candles, and lamp wick.
One box of wax candles	
Vote No. Whc—Planting Grounds.
25 loads of manure, delivered	
Vote No. lOhd.—Gardener.
Portion of amount paid him as Gardener by His Honor Lieut.-Governor
Cornwall, from 1st July, 1881, to 30th April, 1882	
Wages as Gardener, May and June.	
Vote No. 10/,e.—Miscellaneous.
Express removing papers from Office, James' Bay, to Govt. House.
Do. book case do. do.
Water cask and cartage to Government House	
Two padlocks for do. 	
Roads, Streets, Bridbes, and Wharves.
Vote No. 105.—Improvement Beacon Hill Park.
Labour grading the Park roads, 20| days @ $2	
Do. Team 19J days @ $4, labour 1J days @ $2	
Do. 20|days @ $2	
Do. 5| days @ $2	
Do. Team 2 days @ $4, labour 6J davs at 82	
Do. 10 days @ $2	
Labour clearing forest on the Eastern boundary, as per agreement ,
Sharpening tools for workmen	
Vote No. 106.—Goldstream, Leech and San Juan River Trails.
Clearing out trail from Goldstream to Leech River, 12£ days @ $3	
Exploring and marking out a route for trail to San Juan and Leech Rs.
Transport of tools and provisions from Goldstream to Leech River	
Conveying tools and provisions from Victoria to Goldstream	
Foreman repairing trail, Leech River to San Juan River, 2 mo. @ $90..
Carried forward	
1,173 81
13 75
1,187 56
1.417 77
61 00
40 60
50 00
379 44
30 00
193 92
21 00
26 53
297 34
15 00
50
1 30
4 10
97 45
54 37
19 37
50 00
4 75
43 08
92 00
407
169 25
16 00
75 25
5 00
95 10
69 60
19 50
10 00
60 00
100 00
1 00
7 00
7 50
1 60
41 50
80 00
41 60
11 50
21 60
20 00
32 75
1 25
37 60
75 00
14 00
6 00
180 00
1,968 71
1,589 17
98 37
100 10
99 00
50 00
160 00
17 00
4,072 35
312 50 158
Public Accounts, 1st July 1881, to 30th June 1882.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
$    cts
$   cts.
1,187 56
9 50
312 50
125 62
120 62
125 62
105 62
24 67
4 00
45 00
54 00
45 00
5 00
250 00
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 106.—Goldstream, Leech, & San Juan River Trails.—Conc'd
Repairing trail from Leech to San Juan River, 50J days at $2 50	
Do.              do.            do.                  do.     48J days @ $2 50 	
Do.             do.            do.                do.     60} days @ $2 60 	
Do.             do.            do.                 do.     42}          do.         	
Matthews, Richards & Tye
C.Daly	
Vote No. 107.—Wharf at termination of Trunk Road, N. W.
967 65
"Daily Standard"	
15 00
75
8 00
1 60
1,049 00
126 00
Passage, meals and bed, Surveyor-General, Victoria to N. W. & return.
J. Turnbull	
Vote No. 109.—Victoria District.
1,200 25
21 75
37 60
37 00
10 00
37 00
27 00
237 50
37 00
37 00
9 00
10 00
15 00
3 00
10 00
32 50
10 00
7 00
7 50
132 00
20 00
10 00
18 25
25 00
3 50
2 50
30 00
22 50
16 00
8 00
20 00
4 00
10 00
4 25
4 00
5 00
6 00
50 00
125 00
5 00
45 25
6 00
15 75
22 00
15 50
24 00
4 00
68 00
52 00
100 00
3 35
225 00
9 75
10 00
2 50
50 00
24 00
26 00
7 00
1 00
T. Skitch	
Superintending road work in North & South Saanich, 47.'- days @ $5...
Repairing cross roads                        do.              do.       18| days @ $2...
Repairing roads, Mount Newton and Brown's,               18£        do.    ...
Do.                                      at       do.                     4J         do.    ...
C. Wales	
H. Wain	
W. Baker	
J. Stevens	
T. Speed	
H. Simpson	
J. W. Williams	
Buggy hire for Surveyor-General, inspecting and laying out work	
S. Baker	
P. Gilligan	
Labour on new road between Galley's and Work's, per agreement
Labour on Cadboro Bay Road, 7 days $14, hauling lumber, $1.75	
Do.                        do.          11   ,,     	
Do. and repairing do.    bridge, 6 days <a 82-$12, spikes $3.50	
Do.       Cadboro B?y Road,                        do.        17 days®$4	
Do.       Cedar Hill Road,                              do.         13    „         4
"
P. Tauet	
W. P. Sayward	
W.Smith	
P. Gilligan	
Do.   Cedar Hill Road,    13 '„          2..
A. Whittaker	
1,197 06
1,817 85
2,417 46 Vic.        Public Accounts, 1st July 1881, to 30th June 1882.
159
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
6   cts.
8   cts.
P. Can*	
Jno. Sullivan	
James Barnes	
Jno. Henderson...
Matthews, Richards & Tye
Geo. Thomas	
J. H. Bradbury	
J. W. Williams.	
J. Goyotte	
J. Furze	
McKillican & Anderson
James Miller	
Noel Le Clair	
H. Marcott	
Paul Frank	
David Thomson	
A. Verdier	
James R. Gray	
W. Johnson	
James Smith	
S. Ricket	
M. Rowland   	
Saml. Morrow	
John Haggerty	
J. W. Williams	
W. Baker ,
E.S "Field "."."'.'.'.'.'.'.'..
A. Peatt	
»)     	
Peatt & Weir '.'.'.'.
G. Cook 	
J. Poirier	
Do	
C. Morven	
J.Millar	
T. Tugwell	
M. Muir	
J. Goyette	
W. Phillips	
P. Gilligan	
m. Dodd...'"!!!!!!!!!!
H. Cathcart	
" Daily Standard"	
J. H. Scafe	
G. Nicholson	
W. Hunt	
C. Foreman	
S. Morrow	
G. Brown	
F. Brown	
Jas. Gray	
James Throup	
W. Hassard	
R. Copeland	
James Barnes 	
W. Tyler	
Mrs. Helgesen	
A. Peatt	
Brought forward	
XII—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote 109.— Victoria District—Concluded.
6 $4.
Repairs to Burnside Road, plank and nails	
Do. do. 13£ days @ $2	
Do. do. horse and cart, 12£ days (
Cutting out timber on Mount Newton Cross Road	
Sundry tools for road work	
Labour maintaining Sections 4 and 5, Saanich Road, as per Contract .
Cutting out trees on McTavish's Cross Road, North Saanich	
Carriage hire for Surveyor-General inspecting roads	
Labour maintaining Sections 1 and 2, Saanich Road, as per Contract ,
Labour, Brown's Cross Road, 9J days @ §>2	
Repairs to Point Ellice Bridge	
Repairing tools ,
Repairs to Gordon Head Road, as per Contract	
Labour, Brown's Cross Road, 14^- days @ $2	
Do. do. 17     ,, 2	
Do. do. teani,     6     ,, 5	
Do. do. team,     81   ,, 5	
Vote No. 109a.—Burnside and Prospect Lake Road.
Sundry repairs, 30i days @ $2.50	
Do. 31     „ 2.50	
Do. agreement	
Do. 33   days @ $2.50	
Do. team, 2£   ,, 6	
Do.    „       2     ,, 5.50	
Superintending repairs, 36 days @ $3	
Drayage of tools, &c	
Carriage hire for Surveyor-General inspecting road work	
Vote No. 110.—Esquimalt District.
Repairs to Happy Valley Road, Contract No. 8	
New oulvert,       do. do.     per agreement ,	
Cutting out trees do, do	
Repairs to Metchosin and Happy Valley Roads	
Gravelling and grading Esquimalt and Metchosin Roads, Contract 27..
Do.       50 yards additional on do. 	
Repairs Sooke Road (team)	
Do. do. do	
Cutting out roots on Metchosin Road, & making culvert at Rocky Point
Repairs to do.       Contract No. 7	
Do. do.       and Happy Valley Roads	
Do.       bridge on do.       November, 18S0	
Do.       Sooke River Bridge, 4 days @ $2	
Do.       small bridges on the Sooke Road	
Clearing out trees on Sooke Road	
1 spanner for Sooke River Bridge, $0; repairing tools, S6 75	
Repairs to road and bridges, Sooke to Otter Point, 16 days @ §2	
Clearing out fallen timber Sooke River, and bridge to School House ...
Repairs to Albert Head and Metchosin Roads, Contract No. 6	
Clearing out trees do. do	
Repairs to Craigflower Road, 11 days @ §2	
Gravelling Esquimalt Road,   26 do	
Repairing Craigflower Bridge	
Do. do. do.    35 days @ §2	
Do. do.     Road, 12 do	
Advertising Tenders for Road work	
Repairs to Highland District Road, 7 days @ $2	
Labour, do. per agreement	
Do. do.    team, 6 days @ $4	
Do. do.       „     6|   „ 6	
Repairs to bridge near the Tannery	
Cutting out fallen timber on the Esquimalt Road	
Labour on Metchosin Road and trail from Vine's to Sooke Harbour—
Repairs to Sooke Road (Foreman inspecting)	
Do.       do.   River Bridge	
Do.       Culvert and Bridge near Mr. Lawrence's	
Do. do. do. do. do.      (team)	
Cutting out trees do. do	
Repairs to Sooke Road, 14J days @ $2	
Do. do.        15£ do	
Do. do. 5 do	
Repairs on Esquimalt and Craigflower Roads, from Nov. '80 to Jan. '81,
Grading, gravelling and ditching Admiral's cross road	
Grading, gravelling and ditching Esquimalt Road, team 23 days @ $4...
Repairing Culverts on Admiral's road	
Gravelling Esquimalt Road, team 14 days @ $4	
Meals and horse keep for Surveyor-General	
Do. do. do. 	
Do. do. do. 	
Carried forward.
1,197 06     1,817 85
20 00
46 00
1,299 06
25 80
27 00
50 0C
7 5C
46 05
220 00
6 25
25 00
700 00
19 00
29 25
10 75
382 00
29 00
34 00
30 00
41 25
76 25
77 60
16 75
82 50
12 50
11 00
108 00
3 00
5 00
141 00
7 00
3 00
33 00
104 25
16 00
32 50
11 00
12 50
284 00
70 00
20 00
8 00
14 50
9 00
12 75
32 00
36 00
250 00
3 00
22 00
62 00
1 00
70 00
24 00
19 60
14 00
25 00
24 00
40 60
7 50
2 50
62 50
52 00
8 00
9 00
8 25
2 00
29 00
31 00
10 00
46 00
84 00
92 00
10 00
56 00
1 50
3 60
2 00
1,907 25
2,417 90
3,500 70
392 60
6,311 10
11 160
Public Accounts, 1st July 1881, to 30th June 1882.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
$   cts.
W. Constantine	
J. W. Williams	
McKillican & Anderson
E. Harrison, Sr	
F. T. Child	
D. McKenzie	
W. Tyler	
W. Calvert	
George Brown	
L. Scott	
Hy Cathcart	
Geo. Cook	
R. Graham	
Mrs. Helgesen	
J.W.Williams	
W.P. Sayward	
A. Peatt	
W. Calvert	
S. Morrow	
D. Anderson	
Chas. Morven	
J. Q. Brown	
A. Peatt	
Wm. Tyler	
Hy. Cathcart	
James Baker	
"Daily Standard"	
James Boal	
R. M. Miller	
G. B.'brdano	
Mrs. Askew	
Str. W. G. Hunt	
A. Reid	
W. Copley 	
J. Barry	
J. Gabore ,
U. Lemon	
G. Jones	
w. copiey!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Henry Fry ,
J. Dougan	
)i 	
»> 	
E. Burnham	
D. Evans	
Alex? Blyth	
W.J. Sutton	
D. Holmes	
H.Hall	
T. Windsor ,
W. Gilmore	
D. McPherson	
E. Marriner	
R. D. Symonds	
J. Spratt	
Hy. Marriner	
R. McLay	
D. McPherson	
James Love	
Hy Fuller	
T. Windsor	
James Dougan	
James Boal	
John McLay	
Jno. Morley	
Alex.Blythe	
Indian Bill	
„     George	
„     Mashal	
„     Smolock	
Brought forward.
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 110—Esquimalt District.—Concluded.
Road stakes for Surveyor-General 	
Buggy hire for do.  	
Repairs to Point Ellice Bridge	
Making and painting 2 notices for Point Ellice Bridge	
Building Bridge across Mill Stream, Sooke	
Grading, gravelling and ditching on Muller's Road	
Putting in 2 new culverts, grading and gravelling Highland Dist. Road.
Cutting out fallen timber on Metchosin Road	
Do. do. Happy Valley Road	
Repairs to culvert, do. 	
Do.       planking on Point Ellice Bridge, 2 days @ $2	
Cutting out fallen timber on Rocky Point Road	
Assisting Surveyor-General staking out roads	
Meals for Surveyor-General inspecting roads	
Meals & beds do. and assistant	
Carriage hire,       do. inspecting roads	
Lumber for Point Ellice Bridge and culverts	
Repairs to Goldstream Road, per agreement	
Do. do. do. 	
Do.     Craigflower and Metchosin Roads, per agreement	
Labour, Highland District Road, 21-\ days @ §2     	
Do. do. 22£     „ 2.25	
Do. do. 20£     „        2     	
Superintending do. 21£    ,,        3     	
New culvert on Millstream Road	
Replacing plank on Point Ellice Bridge	
Grading Metchosin Road and gravelling Craigflower Road, per Contract
Advertising notice to Contractors	
Vote No. 111.—Cowichan District.
Repairs to Cowichan Wharf, Contract No. 9	
Superintending repairs of wharf, 21 days @ $3	
Labour, repairing slip, not included in contract	
Spikes and nails for wharf	
Do. do.   bridge ,	
Lumber for wharf	
Freight on lumber from Chemainus to Cowichan	
Repairing 2 bridges and making new road near Kokesala School-house.
Clearing out trees on road, Thain's to Dougan's, January	
Do. do. Say ward's mill to Hopkin's	
Do. do. do. do.    Cowichan wharf	
Labour on road near the Court House, 2$ days @ §1 50	
Digging ditch near Marshall's	
Labour on Trunk Road with Team	
Balance of account for work on Kokesala Road, 1878	
Surveying wharf, horse and boat hire	
Horse hire, laying out road work, 22 days @ $2 50	
Commission for inspecting works, 5 per cent, on §2,750	
Repairs to road leading to Dobson's	
Do.       do.    from Kokesala Bridge to Dobson's Road	
Labour on Trunk Road	
Repairs to road from Manley's to wharf, Contract No. 24	
Do. do.       the Priests' House to the Parsonage, Contract 34,
Do. do.       Drinkwater's to Skinner's, do.     39.
Building bridge at Kokesala, Contract 26	
Lumber       do. do.        3,575 ft., @ $9 per M	
Lumber	
Cutting out fallen timber between Chemainus and Somenos	
Do. do. on road to       do.     wharf	
Repairing bridge near Williams' and hauling gravel	
Repairing Trunk Road and hauling lumber	
Hauling lumber from Cowichan wharf to bridge near Williams'	
Cutting out fallen timber leading to wharf, Cowichan	
1 large bolt for Cowichan River Bridge	
Repairing bridges, Cowichan and Clam-clem-salats	
Do. Kokesala	
Do. do	
Labour on road, do.     per agreement	
Repairing bridges & roads, Chemainus, \Zh days @ $2	
Labour on roads, do. per Contract	
Do.        and culverts, Shawnigan District	
Do.        near Williams', Cowichan	
Do,        near Cowichan Wharf	
Nails and spikes for White's Bridge	
Building new bridge near Farlton's, and putting in culvert	
Labour on Trunk Road, Somenos District, 9 days @ $1.50	
Do. do. 7   „ 1.50	
Do. do. 5   ,, 1.60	
Do. do. 7^ „ 1.50	
Carried forward	
1,299 06
1,571 38
1,907 25
8 10
35 0C
25 0C
7 00
150 0C
50 0C
50 0C
3 0C
2 00
5 00
4 00
5 00
2 00
1 00
5 00
28 00
18 80
30 00
53 00
30 00
43 00
50 62
41 00
64 50
10 00
2 60
372 00
15 00
155 00
63 00
18 00
2 00
12 20
12 20
23 28
7 00
35 00
35 00
9 00
9 00
16 50
16 50
15 00
15 00
3 75
20 00
15 50
100 00
100 00
6 60
55 00
77 50
137 50
30 0C
87 50
14 0C
130 0C
158 0C
230 0C
75 0C
32 15
3 12
3 12
2 00
2 0C
2 00
2 0C
55 00
39 75
5 00
3 00
1 75
3 60
40 00
25 00
20 00
27 00
55 00
36 00
10 00
10 00
1 60
35 00
13 50
10 50
7 50
11 25
1,868 26
$   cts.
1,012 27
9,323 37 46 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July 1881, to 30th June 1882.
161
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
Indian Charley..
,,     Kluse	
James Keir	
Alex.Blythe...!
W. P. Jaynes ..
David Evans —
"Daily Standard
"Free Press"...
Pay Sheet	
j>        	
»        	
M. Edgar	
W. McPherson..
G. H. Baker ....
C. W. Horth....
W. Akenhead...
A. G. Home	
J. H. Pleace	
R. Hughes	
Str. W. G. Hunt
G. Winter	
J. O'Brien	
J. Renwick & Co
C. Carpenter	
J. O'Brian	
G. Bainbridge ..
Alex. Easson	
E. Mitchell	
L. Stark	
G. H. Baker....
Str. Cariboo-Fly
Str. W. G. Hunt
C. W. Horth....
Chas. Rennel...
John Enos	
Pay Sheet	
E. B. Marvin ...
W. McPherson ..
C. Carpenter	
Jno. Marwick...
James Stone	
T. D. Conway...
J. Dixon	
J. H. Pleace	
A. Mayer & Co..
T. Penny	
G. Bishop	
" Free Press"...
Pay Sheet ,
W. M. Dingwall!.
W. A. Franklin ..
Str. W. G. Hunt.
R. H. Pidcock...
J. McPhee ,
S. F. Crawford..
Indian Tommy..
A. Pickles	
A. McDonald ...
R. Swan	
A. Milligan	
XII.
Brought forward	
-PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 111.—Cowichan District.—Concluded.
Labour on Trunk Road, Somenos District 7 days @ 81.50	
Do. do. 1H „ 1-50	
Do.       as Foreman,   do. 15   ,, 2.50	
Do.       Team, do. 11   ,, 2.50	
Labour, team, Court House to Gravel Hill, 18   ,, 2.00	
Foreman, do. do. 19   ,, 2.50	
Tools for road work	
Sundry labour with men and team ,
Vote No. 112.—Nanaimo District.
Advertising notice to Bridge Contractors	
Do. do.       do. do. 	
Foreman Easson, 8100; labourers, $121, June	
Do. do.     100;       do.        248 56, July	
Do. do.     100;       do.        265 87, August	
Do. do.     100;       do.        198 75, September	
Labourers, October	
Labourers, Gabriola Island, October	
Hauling logs do. 	
Labour on road, Cedar District, Contract No. 18	
Repairs to Nanaimo River Bridge, Contract No. 28	
Hauling gravel on Wellington Road, team 14 days @ 86	
Moving camp, and horse and buggy hire for Gov't Agent	
Hauling gravel on Wellington Road, team 12 days @ $6	
Conveyance for Government Agent to inspect road work	
Tools for road party	
Clearing timber from Victoria Road 	
Passage & meals, Surveyor-Gen'l, Victoria to Nanaimo & return, July.,
Do. do. do. do. do. Sept..
Buggy hire for Surveyor-General to and from the East Coast steamer.
Hauling tools for road party, July	
Sharpening tools       do.  	
900 feet 3-inch plank, for Nanaimo River Bridge	
Hauling do. do. do	
Clearing fallen timber on Comox Road	
Do. do. Victoria and Wellington Road	
Do. do. lower part of Victoria Road	
Hauling timber on roads	
Labour repairing- Nanaimo River Bridge	
Passage and meals for Surveyor-General to Nanaimo, and return	
Freight on tents from Victoria	
Carriage hire for Surveyor-General & Mr. Easson examining roads, 3 d.
Do. do. and removing camp	
Teaming on Victoria Road, 2| days, and carriage hire for Inspector, 3 d.
Teaming on do. 6| days @ $5.75	
Cutting out road and building bridges, per Contract	
Foreman Easson, $38; labourers, $41.37, April, 1882	
Do. 100;       do.        299.66, May,    „      	
Labourers, June, 1882	
Two tents, 10 x 10, @ #10 each	
One   do.   28 x 16	
Labour on Victoria Road, per Contract	
1,000 feet of lumber for bridge, Victoria Road	
Hauling do. do	
Hauling logs do. do	
Clearing fallen timber, do	
Do. Comox Road, 2£ days @ $2.50	
Tools for road party	
Do. do	
Packing tools to blacksmith	
Boat hire for Government Agent inspecting	
Advertising road work contracts	
Vote 113.—Comox District.
Foreman and labourers, July	
Do. do. August	
Do. do. September	
Do. do. October 31st to December 4th	
Tools supplied to road party	
Hauling Jack screws from Government store to East Coast steamer.. ..
Freight on       do       	
4,372 feet of plank @ $10 per M	
Spikes, nails, cross-cut saw, and axes	
Clearing fallen timber on Denman Island cross roads	
Canoe hire for Superintendent of Roads to Denman Island	
Labour on roads, Denman Island	
Do. do. 	
Do. do.    	
Inspecting roads, do. 3 days @ $3.50	
Carried forward	
1,571 38
10 50
17 25
37 5C
27 50
36 00
47 50
20 00
34 00
9 00
2 00
221 00
348 66
365 87
298 75
98 5C
99 OC
1 OC
200 0C
500 0C
84 0C
48 5C
72 0C
4 0C
13 88
12 0C
10 50
10 50
2 5C
1 00
8 25
9 00
5 00
1 50
6 00
3 75
2 00
38 00
10 60
75
15 00
19 60
30 00
38 81
75 00
79 37
399 66
186 37
20 00
20 00
42 00
10 00
4 00
2 50
30 00
6 25
10 12
13 75
50
3 00
8 00
247 00
475 25
45 00
28 00
7 87
1 50
2 00
43 72
12 40
6 00
3 00
55 00
47 50
47 60
10 50
9,323 37
2,098 60
3,601 14
1,571 38
1,032 24   14,923 01 162
Public Accounts, 1st July 1881, to 30th June 1882.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
$   cts.
9  cts.
W. Anderson
Pay Sheet...
J. McKenzie.
Pay Sheet.
T. Harper	
T. P. Glascoe	
E. Peck	
J. Harrison	
D. A. McDonald	
A. C. Campbell	
K. A. Carey	
J. Creighton	
A. Murchison	
B. C. Express Co	
N. Black	
E. Connell	
C. E. Rombrot	
Douglas & Deighton...
James Stott	
Oppenheimer Bros....
T. W. Gray	
T. Goody	
U. Nelson	
T. Hayes   	
Hudson Bay Co	
Steamer Western Slope
Steitz Bros	
J. W. Howison	
Steamer W. Irving....
D. A. McDonald	
Wm. Teague.
Pay Sheet.
J. A. Newland	
W. H. Ward	
E. E. Bligh	
S. M. Nelson	
Cornwall Bros	
J. Mclntyre	
A. Shumway	
A. Lemmie	
J. Mclntyre	
A. Barton	
S. M. Nelson	
J. Walker	
P. Fink	
B. C. Express Co...
E. Cannell	
J. Campbell	
A. Stephenson	
H. Blackford...	
F. W. Foster	
H. Blackford	
Oppenheimer Bros .
R. Loutett	
E. Pearson	
E. C. Rombrot	
J. B. Henderson .
Brought forward  	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridoes, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 113.—Comox District.—Concluded.
Labour on roads, Comox, 10 days @ 82	
Foreman and labourers, Comox, 16th to 31st May	
Do. do. do.   1st to 30th June	
Repairing tools	
Vote No. Ilk.—Main Trunk Road.
Section 1.
N. Black, Superintendent, §130 ; Labourers, $702.94,1st to 31st July..
Do. do. 130 do. 702.94, 1st to 31st August
1 pair draught horses 	
Removing toll scale from Yale, & erecting at Suspension B., 13| days @ 83
Do. do. do. do. do. 12J   „ 4
Filling up holes after removal of toll scale,     2£   ,, 2
Labour, repairing bridges, ,. 12     ,, 4
Do. do.      5J   „        3
Do.   on road,        l|   ,,        3
Do.        do    4j
Do.        do    1
Horse feed ,.
Horse hire, 2 months, July and August	
Horse feed, hay, 395£ lbs. @ 2£ cts	
Do. ,,     695 „ 2    ,	
Repairs to harness	
Shoeing horses and repairing tools	
Spike
.906 feet 3-inch plank, Yale-Emory Road, @ $11 $ M	
Hauling lumber, 3^ days, @ $10	
Nails for bridges	
Hauling lumber for bridges	
Tools and nails      	
meals, and bed for N. Black, Yale to Victoria, & return to N.W.
Meals, do	
Do. do	
Passage and meals, do.       New Westminster to Yale	
Repairing road and bridge between Yale and Hope and gravelling part
of Front Street, Yale	
Repairing bridge between Yale and Emory	
Section 2.
Labourers, 1st to 31st July	
A. Stephenson, Superintendent, 8130; Labourers, $1,027.60, July ...
Do. do. 120.37,      do. 863.42, August.
Labour and material, repairing bridge 	
Do.    with 1 span of horses, 6 days @ $10  	
Horse feed.
1,571 38     1,032 24    14,923 01
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
, team 1 day, $7
and tools   	
446 lbs. barley @ 3 cts..
and nails
2,000 lbs. oats @ 2 cts	
990 „   hay, $19.80; spikes, $1 .
Horse hire, 2 months, July and August.
Shoeing horses and repairing tools   	
\ doz. axes, March, 1881  	
Horse shoes, bolts, and 1 auger	
1 spirit level	
Shoeing horses	
Hauling 2 bales hay 	
Nails	
Contract—Sections 1 and 2.
Section 1—Certificate No. 1, on Contract No. 30, $1,083 23—75 $ cent.
do. 607 56 do.
do. 272 00 do.
do. 454 00 do.
do. 211 00 do.
do. 329 00 do.
do. 511 00 do.
do.       1,079 00 do.
do.       1,044 00 do.
do. 1,335 00 do.
Do.   Pay't on above Certi's (1 to 10) amounting to $6,988.79—15 $ c.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
9.
10,
16 60
20 00
108 25
217 87
9 50
832 94
832 94
600 0C
41 25
50 00
5 Ofl
48 0C
15 75
4 6C
12 75
2 0C
7 6C
20 0C
9 87
13 9C
31 0C
22 15
1 00
108 96
35 OO
12 00
10 oo
11 59
9 00
1 oo
1 50
4 00
190 00
25 00
90 00
1,157 50
983 79
11 50
60 00
11 54
13 00
1 50
15 12
13 38
1 60
16 40
1 60
6 00
40 00
20 80
9 00
6 00
2 00
20 00
18 50
16 50
10 63
2 00
3 60
1 50
1 12
812 42
502 92
204 00
340 50
158 25
246 75
383 25
809 25
783 00
1,001 25
1,048 33
Carried forward 11    1,602 38111,78180   16,310 87
1,387 86 46 Vic.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882.
163
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
J. B. Henderson .
Neil Black
Brought forward.
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. llh.—Main Trunk Road.—Continued.
Contract.—Sections 1 and 2.—Concluded.
Section 2—Certificate No. 1, on Contract No. 31, $ 877 60—75
Do. do. 2, do. 609 35
Do. do. 3, do. 386 00
Do. do. 4, do. 453 00
Do. do. 5, do. 744 00
Do. do. 6, do. 508 00
Do. do. 7, do. 989 00
Do. do. 8, do.       1,570 00
Do. do. 9, do.        1,021 00
Do. do. 10, do.        1,030 00
Do.   Pay't on above Certi'S (1 to 10) amounting to $8,187.95-
Supt. on Sections 1 & 2,1st Sept., 1881, to 30th June, 1882,10 m.
Section 3.
Pay Sheet	
n        	
C. Stromnanic	
T. Bishop	
W. Manson	
D. Smith	
J. Saul	
Marshall & Smith ...
T. M. Hamilton	
J. Hethrington	
K. McLeese	
G. Hamilton	
James Campbell	
B. C. Express Co	
W. Morrison	
J. E. Smith	
J. Monday	
W. Boyd	
J. MeCully....	
"Daily Standard"...
Pay Sheet	
W.Boyd 	
Pay Sheet	
James Scarlet	
J. Campbell	
J. R. Tait	
G. Hamilton	
T. Bishop	
T. Barton	
Jno. Kelly	
C. Stromnanic	
James Scarlet	
A. McNaughton	
F. Conway	
Wm. Walker	
D. Carey	
W. Livingstone	
J. E. Smith	
E. Bell	
P. w'.'Foster ...'.'.'.'.
E. Bell	
Dom. Telegraph	
E. Dougherty	
Jacob Mundorf	
Douglas & Deighton
B. C. Express Co	
J. Uren	
G. H. Michell	
W. Cargyle	
W cent,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
-15 $c.
. @ $150
W. Boyd, $130; Labourers, $668 50,1st to 31st July	
Do.     130 do. 706 67, 1st to 31st August....
Do.     130 do. 482 95. 1st to 30th September
Do.     130 do.        680 50,1st to 31st October  ..
Labour on road at Soda Creek       3 days @ $2.50
Do. do  23J
Do. do    1
Do. new culvert on Trunk Road 	
Horse feed, hay and grain
1,974 lbs oats @ 2 cts., 388 lbs. hay @ 1£ cts.
hay and grain	
do. July to October	
do	
and sharpening tools 	
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Horse hire, 7 months	
Shoeing horses, repairing cart and tools	
Advertising notice to contractors	
Superintendent Boyd, $130; Labourers, $182.61	
Do. 1 month's salary, December	
Do. do. January	
Do. do. February 	
Do. do. March	
Do. $130; Labourers, $699.07, April	
Labourers, $326, May	
Do.        275.75, June	
Labour, 10 days @ $3	
Do.     reparing bridge at Cache Creek	
removing fallen timber	
do. 2 men and team, 1 day	
8 days @ $3	
22   „ 3	
34   „ 3	
4    „ 3	
16   ,, 3	
on bridge, 1 day	
on road, 1 day	
repairing Hat Creek Bridge, 2 men and team, 2 days .
on roads, 6 days	
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Hay..
2891b,. of hay, $4.33, and 500 lbs. of oats, $10..
150 lbs. of hay, $2.25, and 200 lbs. of barley, $4.
Horse feed and tools	
Horse feed and tools	
Horse liniment	
Telegrams	
Hay.
Horse feed	
Harness	
Freight on harness, tent, and bucket.
Horse feed	
Wintering 3 horses	
Horse feed	
Carried forward , <>   1,602
1,602 38
11,781 80
658 20
457 01
289 50
339 75
558 00
381 00
741 75
1,177 50
765 75
772 60
1,228 19
1,500 00
798 50
836 67
612 95
810 50
7 50
70 60
3 00
10 00
79 64
45 31
30 12
81 74
32 38
41 25
26 48
8 00
6 00
16 50
10 23
70 00
129 50
16 00
• 312 61
130 00
130 00
130 00
130 00
829 07
326 00
275 75
30 00
4 00
3 00
10 00
24 00
66 00
102 00
12 00
48 00
3 00
3 00
20 00
18 00
43 31
14 33
6 25
25 44
107 48
3 50
2 50
52 88
5 50
25 50
8 25
2 50
96 44
3 00
16,310 87
1 1,602 38
27,396 03
16,310 87 164
Public Accounts, 1st July 1881, to 30th June 1882.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
$    cts
$   cts.
J. Mackintosh	
Jno. Jane	
S. Adams	
Pay Sheet	
S. H. Bohanon	
S. Downes & Co	
Louis Carson	
R. McLeese	
Bohanon Estate   ...
James Stone	
J. Girod	
R. Middleton	
A. Carson	
Dominion Telegraph
Chas. Stumnick	
E. Sully	
R. Cresswell	
Hy. Yates	
Jno. Wright	
G. Johntsone	
Pay Sheet	
J. McCully''.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.
W. Boyd 	
R. McLeese	
F. W. Foster	
W. Morrison	
T. M. Hamilton	
W. Abel	
J. D. Hethrington ..
Hamilton & Griffin..
Postmaster	
Pay Sheet	
W. W. Dodd  .'.'.'.'...
J. T. Fleming	
Mason & Daly	
J. Boyd	
W. Brunskill	
C. P. O'Neill	
J. Peebles	
Fletcher & Co	
E. Deslorier	
J. C. Devlin	
Hudson Bay Co	
S. Walker	
D. Edwards	
J. Grahame	
R. T. Williams	
J. B. Mason	
J. St. Laurent	
W. A. Johnston.
W. A.
ohnston.
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridoes, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. lilt—Main Trunk Road.—Continued.
Section 3.—Concluded.
15,960 feet of plank delivered at Savona's Ferry, @ $17 per m.
Measuring       do	
Freight on planking from Savona's Ferry to Cache Creek, @ $
Iperm.
Section 4.
J. St.Laurent, $36 96; Labourers, $195 00,1st to 31st July	
Do. 36 96 do. 156 00, 1st to 31st August  	
Do. 43 12        do. 63 00, 1st to 30th September .
do. 218 55,       do. do.
Horse feed	
Do	
Do	
Do.     meals and bed for Superintendent	
Do	
Postage stamps for J. St.Laurent	
Shovel and axle grease	
Shoeing horses and sharpening tools	
Repairs to cart and horse names	
Telegram
($3 .
3
3
3 .
3
Labour, 10J days
Do.      2     „
Do.       6J   „
Do.       3"   ,,
■ Do.       1     „
Repairing tools .
Superintendent Boyd, $130; Labourers, $613.80, May .
Do. 130; do. 613, June ...
Repairs to cart and tools	
Horse hire, 2 months	
Horse feed	
Do.   tools, drilling for tent, and making	
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Postage stamps for Superintendent St.Laurent .
Section 5.
J. St.Laurent, $123 20; Labourers, $006 78, July  	
Do. 123 20 do. 400 28, August	
Do. 36 96 do. 210 13, September .
Horse feed and medicine	
Do	
Do	
Do.
Do.
Shoeing
horses and repairing tools
Sharpening tools.
Tools
4,765 feet square timber, (
Tools and rope	
Axe and shovel	
Spike;
5 cts.
Repairing harness 	
Packing tools from Stanley to Barkerville	
Binding and perforating 3 vols. Superintendents' certificates of work .
60 slabs 	
Superintendent on Sections 4, 5, and 6, 15th September, 1881, to 30th
June, 1882, 9i months, @ S150	
Contracts—Sections 5 and 6.
Section 5—Certificate No. 1, on Contract No. 32, $258 00—75
Do.
do.    2,
do.
442 50
Do.
do.    3,
do.
96 00
Do.
do.    4,
do.
75 00
Do,
do.    5,
do.
75 00
Do.
do.    6,
do.
118 00
Do.
do.    7,
do.
58 00
Do;
do.    8,
do.
374 00
Do
do.    9,
do.
413 00
Do.
do.   10,
do.
249 00
Do.
Pay't on above Cert'
5(1
to 10)
amounting to $2,158.50
Section 6-
-Certificate No. 1,
on
Contract No.
33,
$351 50—'.'5
Do.
do.    2,
do.
405 00 -
Do.
do.    3,
do.
178 00
$ cent
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
-15 $0
^  cent
do.
do.
Carried forward.
1,602 38
1,602 38
27,396 03
271 32
8 00
231 96
192 96
106 12
218 55
11 48
5 17
20 54
12 36
24 14
1 00
4 00
4 50
16 00
99
31 50
6 00
16 50
9 00
3 00
15 00
743 80
743 00
23 75
20 00
34 78
97 99
13 76
11 09
9 92
5 00
20 12
2 00
729 98
523 48
247 09
75 88
44 73
58 39
4 66
4 50
28 25
23 75
16 25
238 25
16 37
5 50
2 OC
1 00
6 00
6 50
12 00
1,425 00
193 50
331 87
72 OO
56 25
56 25
88 5C
43 50
280 50
309 75
186 70
323 70
263 50
303 75
133 50
16,310 87
36,767 89   16,310 87 46 Vic
Public Accounts, 1st July 1881, to 30th June 1882.
165
W. A. Johnston	
>> 	
J. Turnbull	
J. McFarland	
R. S. Jeffrey	
J. Johnstone	
W. Baxter	
J. Cochrane	
W. Holmes	
Lester & Forrest	
B. Neelands	
Hastings Saw Mill Co
Hy. Elliott	
Walter Blackie	
C. G. Major	
W. R. Lewis	
Geo. McCrea	
Jno. McMyne	
John Sprott	
T. Osborne	
C. G. Major	
Johnson & McKamey
W. Pickles	
R. Burton	
J. La Croix	
A. W. Carrol	
John Rigby	
William Row	
J. Lockwood	
W. M. Campbell ....
A. L. Huck	
J. Hubler	
R. W. Lewis	
James O'Holloran...
W. Blackie	
DeBeck Bros. &Co..
Jos. Wise	
W. Baxter	
J. Cochrane 	
H. D. Benson	
C. G. Major	
Str. Western Slope..
Colonial Hotel	
Indian Charley	
W. A. Franklin  ....
W. Martin	
C. Petterson	
A. Brooks	
W. Page	
G. D. Bullock	
J. Rush	
A. Hantd	
D. Croker	
J. Hamilton	
S. M. Penter	
A. Keef	
L. McKenna	
J. Boyle	
G, W. Taylor	
M. Walter	
P. Curran	
D. Barlow	
J. Sheppard	
J. White	
A. Brooks 	
D. Langinnette	
W. McDonald	
T. Lynch	
J. Turnbull	
do.
5,
do.
6,
do.
7,
do.
9
do.
9
do.
10,
do.
224 00
do
do.
298 00
do
do.
158 00
do
do.
254 00
do
do.
594 00
do
do.
1,081 00
do
) $2 00
2 00
$2 50
2 60
3 00
1 50
2 50
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridoes, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. HU.—Main Trunk Road.—Concluded.
Contracts.—Sections 5 and 6. — Concluded.
Section 6—Certificate No. 4, on Contract No. 33, 212 00—75 $ cent.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.    Pay't on above Certi's (1 to 10) amounting to $3,755 50—15 $ c,
Vote No. US.—New Westminster District.
15 bents for approach to wharf, and grading road	
Labour on New Westminster and Hastings Road  39 days (
Do. do. do 40   „
Do. Port Moody Road, per agreement	
Do. New Westminster-Yale Road  404; days <
Do. do. do 404;   ,,
Foreman, do. do 45     ,,
Horse hire, do. do 15     ,,
Labour, repairing North Road  20     ,,
Do.     clearing brush on Hastings-Granville Road   	
39,420 feet lumber, $211.85; freight, $39.42 	
Hauling do. 	
1 axe, 1 file, and sharpening tools	
Tools and spikes for Hastings Road	
Tools for road party, and stage fare for W. Holmes	
Labour, opening road, North Arm, 53 days @ $2.50	
Do. do. 50   ,, 2.50	
Foreman, do. 56   „ 2.75	
Labour, opening road,      do. 36   ,, 2.50   	
Tools for road party, do. 	
Labour on road, Fraser River to Burton's Prairie, 17 days @ $2 ...
Do. do. 124;   „        2 ...
Do. do. 124   „        2 ...
Do. do. 5     „        2 ...
Do. do. 3     „        2 ...
Do. over York's Mountain, 6     ,,        2 ...
Do. do. 8     „        2 ...
Do. do. 8     „        2 ...
Use of horse and superintending	
Clearing out jam in Serpentine River, per agreement	
Clearing fallen trees from False Creek Road	
Do. Burrard Inlet Road	
Drayage on tool box for Convicts	
Repairing tools for do	
8,000 feet of 2-inch plank for road repairs, Delta Municipality	
Hire of team, 1 day, $7, hauling lumber, 1 day, $2, Hastings Road.
Labour on Hastings Road, 9 days @ $2.50	
Do. do.        9   ,, 2.50	
Corduroy for Trunk Road	
Tools for road party, Yale Road	
Passage, meals, and bed for Surveyor-General and Assistant	
Meals and bed, do. do.        	
Canoe hire to Colquitlam, and return,       do. do	
Express to and from steamer with Surveyor's instruments	
Labour on Port Moody Road, 264; days @ $40 per month	
Do. do. 30 „ do.
Do. do. 24- „ do.
Do. do. 324; „ do.
Do. do. 404; „ do.
Do. do. 12 „ do.
Do. do. 2 „ do.
Do. do. 18J „ do.
Do. do. 59| „ do.
Do. do. 15J „ do.
Do. do. 204- ,, do.
Do. do. 43J „ do.
Do. do. 1| ,, do.
Do. do. 13 ,, do.
Do. do. 61J >, do-
Do. do. 72i „ do.
Do. do. 314 „ do.
Do. do. 314; ,, do.
Do. do. 24 ,, do.
Do. do. 34 „ do.
Do. do. 31 „ do.
Do. do. 81| ,, do.
Do. do. 56i „ do.
Board for. J. C. Harris, foreman, 1 month	
Carried forward.
1,602 38
36,767 89
159 00
168 00
223 50
118 50
190 50
445 60
810 75
563 32
16,310 87
39,446 96
223 00
78 00
80 00
75 00
101 25
101 25
135 00
22 50
50 00
7 60
251 27
117 00
4 62
19 50
23 37
132 50
125 00
154 00
90 00
42 63
34 00
25 00
25 00
10 00
6 00
12 00
16 00
16 00
6 00
130 00
3 00
2 00
1 00
4 35
66 00
9 00
22 50
22 50
94 00
7 75
10 00
5 00
3 50
1 00
40 75
46 12
3 85
50 05
62 33
18 48
3 08
28 87
91 16
24 25
31 53
66 46
2 69
20 00
94 89
111 00
48 47
48 47
36 94
52 31
47 40
125 77
86 92
20 00
3,516 78
1,602 38
59,274 61 166
Public Accounts, 1st July 1881, to 30th June 1882.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
1,602 38
331 50
39 75
9 00
49 76
60 00
56 50
6 00
59,274 61
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 116.—Tale District.
6 75
211 84
37 00
6 25
7 62
12 2C
18 81
8 40
331 50
39 75
9 00
49 75
5 00
60 00
7 00
3 75
8 50
24 50
16 00
33 03
4 75
2 00
5 40
5 00
67 00
52 50
5 00
151 25
18 08
19 48
55 00
24 50
6 75
1 50
56 50
2 00
3 00
8 00
3 50
2 50
5 75
1 00
138 63
5 60
17 50
25 37
30 00
300 00
43 75
66 25
13 75
10 00
32 50
38 75
21 00
156 00
12 00
13 25
5 00
6 50
18 00
6 00
40 00
30 00
30 00
20 00
13 75
50
48 00
20 00
70 00
58 50
33 28
20 00
13 32
4 00
13 50
8 77
47 50
47 50
25 00
S. M. Nelson	
Do.                                    do.          	
Do.                                     do.                           	
E. E. Bligh	
Labour on Thompson River Bridge and Lillooet Trail, March, 1881	
Do.                              do.                                do.          April       ,,    ....
Do.                              do.                                do.              ,,         ,,    	
Smith's work,                do.                                do.              ,,          ,,    ....
Labour, filling in ruts on North Thompson Road, 2 days @ $2.50	
Geo. Richley	
Pay Sheet	
W. Craft	
J. McCulley	
G. E. Pendleton	
G. Smith	
Do.                           do.               ■   ..   5 days @ $3.70, 2 days @ $3
W. Yates	
E. M. Wirth	
Do.                                           do	
Do.                       do.                   do.              1 day @ $2, 9 days @ $2 50
Do.                       do.                   do  2\ „          3
Do.                     do.                  do 24   „ July, 1880
E. Grant            	
Do.               	
Superintendent and labourers, Hope Trail, 1st July to 3rd November..
J. Wardle	
W. Bristol	
T. Fay	
Do.         Road, Salmon River Bridge to Spallmucheen, 174 d. @ $2 50
Do.                              do.                                    do.            26J „        „
Do.                            do.                                 do.            54; ,,        ,,
Do.                            do.                                 do.            4   ,,        ,,
Do.                            do.                                 do.           13   „        „
Do.                              do.                                    do.            154 „        >>
Laying off new line of road, do.                           do.              7   ,,     $3 00
Labour and foreman,     do.                                    do.            52   ,,        ,,
Hire of team,                 do.                                    do.             6   ,,       2 00
Hy. Seydell	
E. Thorn	
T. McK. Lambly	
F. Walker	
C. O'Keefe	
G. J. Wallace.  .
Laying off work, head of Okanagan Lake to Spallmucheen, 6 days @ $3
Labour,                  do.                     do.                     do.            (agreement)
Do.    on road,   do.                    do.                    do.    16 days @ $2 50
Labour on road, head Okanagan Lake to Spallmucheen,12 days @ $2 50
Do.       do.         do.                    do.                    do.    12   „            „
Do.       do.         do.                    do.                    do.      8   ,,           ,,
Do.      do.         do.                    do.                    do.      54; ,,            „
E. Thorn	
Hy. Seydell	
T. Fay	
P. Thibodean	
F. Walker	
Labour and foreman,                     do.                    do.    16 days @ $3 00
Hire of team,         d6.                     do.                     do.     10   „          2 00
Building bridge and labour,          do.                    do.    per agreement..
Labour.on road,                              do.   with horse & cart, 13 d. @ $4.50
\
C. O'Keefe	
Str. Lady Dufferin	
T. Hornby	
Do.                       do.                 19   „          2.50	
E. Grant	
Do.                     do.                10   „         2.50	
2,154 88
2,889 58
59,274 61 46 Vic. Public Accounts, 1st July 1881, to 30th June 1882.
167
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE,
Arrears,
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
2,154 88
2,889 58
9 00
3 00
8 60
25 00
2 00
5 25
2 50
13 00
144 00
11 60
60 00
60 00
87 00
21 60
10 00
1 12
59,274 61
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 116.—Yale District—Concluded.
J. L. Smith	
J. B. Uren, Jr	
Vote No. 117—Lillooet District.
3,352 95
469 00
384 00
68 79
42 00
52 60
49 50
22 50
31 00
3 50
9 60
7 00
17 50
25 00
84 00
24 00
42 00
144 00
198 00
21 00
43 50
46 60
132 00
6 00
6 00
6 00
6 00
6 00
55 10
27 00
21 00
231 75
593 00
38 00
12 00
9 00
3 00
4 00
9 00
6 00
9 00
6 00
24 00
60 00
16 50
5 00
27 00
238 50
53 50
27 00
13 00
2 75
6 U0
7 50
1 75
16 00
10 00
G. Slater	
W. McBeath	
J. F. Grant	
J. McCully	
J. Chenhall	
T. Lamb	
W. McBeath	
W. W. Wycott	
Labour on roads & trail, Lillooet-Clinton & Lillooet-Lytton, 28 days @ $3
Do.              do.                   do.                             do.            8         do.
B. Got	
B. Got	
J. Haller	
P. Cullen	
F. W. Foster	
M. Gillon	
Pay Sheet	
W. H. Vader	
W. H. Wright & Co
T. Saul	
Tools,                            do	
M. Gillon	
Philip Grinder	
J. Bomgardner	
C. Kostering	
Do.     cutting out fallen timber on Haller & Kelly Roads 3 days @ $3
Do.                             do.                             do.                       2     „         3
Do.                              do.                             do.                       3     ,,         3
Do.                           do.                           do.                     2     „        3
Do.       on road from Gillon's to Kelly's Lake,                  8     „        3
M. Gillon	
C. 0. Halloran	
T. J. Cole ..
Do.                do.                    do.          2     ,,          2.50	
W. Burgess	
A. W. Smith
G. R. Tinker ..
P. Got...
2,154 88
3,469 14
62,627 5« 168
Public Accounts, 1st July 1881, to 30th June 1882.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
P. Got	
R. Hoey	
Jno. Marshall	
Pay Sheet	
P. Egan	
Indian Alexander...
J. K. Barker	
J. Metz	
P. C. Dunlevy	
J. C. Devlin	
Pay Sheet	
Alex. Porter	
Veith, Borland & Co.
Robt. Davis	
A. McAlinden	
Pay Sheets	
N. Garden!']]!;;!^]
Indian George	
Indian Donald	
J. Smith	
Indian Isaac	
W.Forrest	
F. Littler	
Mason & Daly	
P. McLaren	
F. Petrein	
S. Pearse	
E. Deslorier	
Str. Victoria	
C. Stromnac	
T. De Nouvion	
A. Carson	
W. Bouehe	
Reid & Hudson	
Edw. Humphreys...
J. D. McDonald	
Pay Sheet	
Mason & Daly	
A. U. Christie	
Hy. Crawford	
Pay Sheet	
Jno. Murray	
Pay Sheet	
P. MacLaren	
John Metz	
Pay Sheets	
G. Munroe	
S. W. Ridgeway....
G. W. Hall	
J. T. Galbreath	
D. Griffiths	
Pay Sheet	
Pay Sheet.
Smith & Irwine	
A. Cameron	
E. Bray	
W.Ronald	
E. Shearer	
S. Pepperstin	
Humphrey & Grant.
J. Normansell	
C. W. Baker	
J. Merrifield	
Callhreath & Co	
J. Fullerton	
John Gilles	
Labour on road to flour mill,4 days (
Do. do.        4   „
Do. do.        4   „
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 117.—Lillooet District—Concluded.
Vote 118.—Cariboo District.
Labour on 150-Mile House and Snowshoe Creek Trail.
2,154 88
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Antler-Snowshoe Creek Trail
150-Mile House and Snowshoe Creek Trail, 15 days @ $4	
do.        do.    self and 2 horses, 43 days @ $3	
do.        do. 49 4	
do.        do 23 4	
Tools for road men, and horse feed	
Do. do       	
Labour on Antler and Harvey Creeks	
Do.       do. do.       do	
Do. do. do.   and horse hire	
Tools for roadmen   do. do	
Labour on Harvey and Cunningham Creek Trails, 19 days @ $3 50	
Do.        Grouse, Antler and        do.       do. 9| do	
Do. Hardscrahble and Sugar Creeks Trails	
Do. Jack of Clubs Creek and Lake Trail	
Labour, cutting timber out of trail, Thibert to Harvey Creek	
Labour on Omineca Trail, 1* days @ $1 50	
Do. do.        l| do. 	
Labour, cutting out fallen timber on trail (per agreement)	
Do. between Soda Creek and Beaver Lake, 134; days @ $2	
Horse hire, moving camp, 6 days @ $2 50	
Packing tools, &c, moving camp	
1 hair cinch for saddle, 1 memo, book	
Clearing trail 21 miles to Deadwood Creek	
Labour on road near Barkerville,. 24; days @ $4	
Labour on Barkerville and Mosquito Creek Trail, 114; days @ $3.50 ....
Timber, and hauling on do. " 	
Passage and meals for J. A. St.Laurent, Williams L. and Chilcoatin trail
Horse hire for do. 3 days @ $2	
Bell straps for horses and camp equipage, Omineca Trail	
Shoeing horses, do	
Ferrying men, horses, and camp equipage, do	
Tools, &c, do	
Labour on Grouse Creek Trail, 4 days @ $3.50	
Do. Lowhee and Grouse Creek Trails, 3 days @ $3.50	
Do. do. do. 	
Tools for trail party,     do. do. 	
Labour and materials for sluice gate in bulkhead	
Timber and hauling for cribbing and bulkhead	
Foreman and labourers on trail between Willow River and Stanley
Labourers, Barkerville to Jack of Clubs Lake	
Making tent for trail party	
Labour, Snow Shoe Creek Trail	
Do.   cutting trail between Beaver Pass and Deadwood Creek	
Do.   removing Beaver dams at Little Lake	
Vote No. 119.—Kootenay District.
Foreman and labourers on District trails	
Labour on Mooyea & Palmer's Bar Trail (1880)	
Do. do	
Labour on Mooyea trail to boundary line	
Tools, nails and powder (1880)	
Repairing tools	
Foreman and labourers, employed on Mooyea, Kootenay, and McLeod
Trails, and building bridge across Bull River	
Vote No. 120.—Cassiar District.
Labourers, July	
Do.     August	
Labour, clearing Dease River of trees and snags, 40 days @ $5	
Repairing corduroying on Dease Lake main trail 19        do	
Building new pier and repairing lower bridge on McDame Creek.
Building bridge across Dease Creek	
Shovelling snow off Taltan Bridge, Nov. 1880, March 1881	
Cutting trail from Laketon to Thibert Creek	
Clearing timber on trail from Sylvester's to Walker Creek	
Do. do. do.      Glenora to Telegraph Creek	
Labour on Thibert Creek Trail	
Do.        do. do	
Spikes and nails for Bridge on main trail	
Hire of Jack screws for raising bridge	
Labour, 2 days @ $5	
Carried forward      2,220
16 00
24 75
3,469 14 62,627 56
12 00
12 00
12 00
179 00
356 75
60 00
129 00
196 00
92 00
8 60
18 50
427 75
297 00
68 00
12 50
66 50
39 00
441 00
243 50
8 00
2 25
2 25
125 00
27 00
15 00
8 00
4 50
25 00
10 00
40 25
87 50
6 00
6 00
3 00
6 00
5 00
11 00
14 00
10 50
220 50
12 25
15 00
161 60
360 00
543 74
7 50
96 00
25 00
8 00
1,144 50
16 00
16 00
44 00
24 75
5 00
766 00
423 00
360 00
200 00
95 00
80 00
10 00
25 00
15 00
10 00
20 00
15 00
20 00
S 00
10 00
10 00
1,301 00
4,500 84
2,016 25
72,649 79 46 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July 1881, to 30th June 1882.
169
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
cts.
$  cts.
W. Stewart	
A.Ward	
J. W. Clendenin ...
Geo. Dougherty ...
W. Walsh	
Pay Sheet, Indians.
Indians 	
J. C. Callhreath...
W. P. Wilson	
Louis Ward	
F. Mills	
Jno. Mitchell	
J. McClure	
Humphrey & Grant
J. Fletcher & Co...
Pay Sheet	
Pay Sheet	
J. Murie	
S. M. Nelson	
E. E. Bligh	
U. Nelson	
S. M. Nelson	
R. Curnova	
A. Stephenson	
M. Curnow	
j. smith...;..'.';;;;]
B. C. Express Co	
Indian Jim	
Hy. Blackford	
J. Murray	
Indian Jim	
J. Pearson	
Geo. Kenny	
E. B. Marvin	
Kimball & Gladwin .
U. Nelson	
G. R. Tinker	
John Miller	
f. w.'Foster";;;;;;
M. Got	
Geo. Turner	
R. W. Savage...
John Gastineau.
Str. Enterprise .
W. R. Lewis....
J. W. Howison..
C. M. Bonson...
R. W. Savage...
Geo. Hargreaves
L. F. Bonson ...
w. Rowe....;;;
James Allen....
Hy. Hewitt	
James Gray ....
N. Baker	
Geo. Sutton	
D. Mcfsaac	
A. R. Howsc...
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Concluded.
Vote No. 120.—Cassiar District.—Concluded.
2,220 63
Labour, 2 days @ $5 	
Clearing fallen timber on trails from Centerville to Sylvester's Landing.
do.       snow off Rapid River Bridge, and placing posts under bridge.
do.       trails, per agreement, 3 months @ $130	
Hauling timber for bridge at Telegraph Creek	
Labour between Telegraph Creek and Glenora	
do.     on Thibert Creek	
Horse hire for Mr. Giffin inspecting' trails	
Clearing snow off Tooyea Bridge 	
Cutting out timber on trail, Stickeen to head of Dease Lake	
do. Taltan to do. 	
Clearing snow off two lower bridges on McDame Creek	
do.       trail, McDame Creek, section 1	
Labour, corduroy, on junction of trails to Centerville	
Cutting out timber on trail, Sylvester's Landing to Centerville	
Rope and nails for bridge, McDame Creek	
Labour repairing bridge, do	
Vote No. 121.—Repairs to Nicola River Bridge.
Foreman and Labourers	
Plank, 9,396 feet, @ 24; cents	
Team work, 4| days @ $7	
Horse feed and smith's work	
Do	
Do	
Hire of 2 mules and trucks, 84 days @ $3	
Do.   1 horse (1 month) 	
Do.    2 mules and trucks	
Do.   ferry boat, 14 days, and team 1 da}'
2 axes	
Carriage on axes, and 1 pair blocks	
Packing Tools, moving camp, and horse feed.
Iron, 401b, @ 124; cents	
Tools, nails, spikes and rope	
Canoe hire	
Freight on iron and tools from Lytton	
Vote 121a.— Skeena River to Omineca.
Cutting out fallen timber on Germansen and Slate Creek Trails
Vote 121b.—Lillooet Ferry.—(Maintenance)
Rope, oakum, cartage and wharfage	
Freight on rope, oakum, &c., Victoria to Yale	
do. do. Yale to Lillooet	
do. do. do. 	
do.   on spikes from Clinton to Lillooet	
Allowance (maintenance of Ferry), 4 months, July to November, 1881
do. do. do. March to June, 1882 ...
Repairing boat and scow, including pitch and nails	
40 lbs. of spikes	
Labour on boat	
Surveys.
Vote No. 122.—Surveys throughoict the Province.
Salary as Surveyor, New Westminster District	
Express carriage on instruments and provisions to Mr. Howse, North
Saanich, llth November, 1877	
Surveying and adjusting discrepancies in original surveys in North and
South Saanich, and running dividing line and copying plans and
field notes at Land Office, and one marking tool, 1877	
Passage and meals, Victoria to New West., and return, Mr. Hargreaves
Stage fare, New Westminster to Burrard Inlet, do.
Meals and bed, do.
Conveying baggage to Burrard Inlet, do.
do. to and from steamer, Victoria, do.
Salary as Surveyor, New Westminster District	
Boat and canoe hire, do. 	
Meals for survey party, 23 days @ $1 each	
Assisting G. Hargreaves, 2   days <</> $2.50	
do. Hi   „
5 00
332 00
8 00
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Hi
3
Services at North Saanich, November, 1877 (balance due) .
Carried forward.
!,680 63
1,301 00 72,649 79
10 00
15 00
20 00
390 00
8 00
140 00
10 00
8 00
25 00
10 00
25 00
10 00
12 00
12 00
25 00
7 60
81 00
1,121 85
234 "'
31 50
84
66 40
6 00
25 50
10 00
30 00
36 75
5 00
3 50
15 25
6 00
55 80
3 00
1 50
101 92
5 66
25 23
18 00
1 00
100 00
100 00
34 00
6 40
8 00
45 00
5 00
332 00
8 00
1 00
2 25
3 00
1 50
160 00
7 50
23 00
6 00
28 12
28 12
7 50
12 50
7 50
15 00
15 00
2,109 50
1,736 33
400 20
76,915 82
696 99 170
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
Jos. Hunter.
Kinipple & Morris,
pr. W. Bennett.
M. L. Humber.
W. Selleck.
Bank British Columbia-J
Bank British Columbia •{
ia«
Bank British Columbia
Welch, Rithet & Co .
Chas. Blake	
H. Mackenzie	
R. Savage	
James Holman	
James Williams	
P. Ripper	
W. Cowling	
F. Argall	
R.Phillips	
W. & J. Wilson	
Matthews, Richards & Tye
W. P. Sayward	
Northern Assurance Co
North British&Mercantile
Imperial Insurance Co
R. T Williams.
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Svwens.—Concluded.
Vote No 123.—Sumass Dyking Act, 1878.
Salary as Surveyor, from 1st July to 31st August, 1881,2 months @ $150]
Graving Dock.
Vote No. 125.—Resident Engineer's Salary.
Salary from 1st July 1881, to 30th June, 1882,12 months @ $182 25...
Vote No. 126.—Inspector of Concretes.
Salary from 1st August, 1881, to 30th April, 1882, 9 months @ $90 ...
Vote No. 127.—Storage.
Rent of store from 1st July, 1881, to 31st May, 1882,11 months @ $80.
do.      allowance of time for removal of effects after the fire	
Vote No. 128.—Graving Dock Construction.
Shipment per "Tropic" and " Bodrhyddan," from Liperpool:
Gibbs & Co.—1,850 casks of cement, 566 tons,
10 cwt., lqr £1,366 13 11
Anderson, Anderson, &Co.—Freight, insurance
and shipping charges from London to
Liverpool      199   0   3
Andrew  Welch   & Co. — Insurance "\
per "Tropic" to Victoria £38 10 2 |
Less paid by Insurance for 6 casks y     32 15   2
damaged in transit from London
to Liverpool    5 15 0J
R. D. Welch & Co.—Insurance per "Bodrhyddan," to Victoria        41 16   5
£1,640    5   9 @ $4.90j
Shipment per "Queen of the Bay," from London:
Gibbs & Co. —330 casks of cement—100 tons.. £   218   6   1
Anderson, Anderson, & Co.—Insurance and
shipping charges to Victoria      13 12   3
£231 18   4 (
Shipment per " Caller Ou," from London:
Gibbs & Co.—560 casks of cement, 100 tons...   £219   7   6
Anderson.  Anderson,  & Co.—Insurance and
shipping charges to Victoria       12   2   6
£231 10   0 @ $4.90|
Shipment per Steamer from San Francisco :
600 barrels of cement = 1124 tons of 2,000 lbs	
Insurance, commission, exchange, &c., on do	
Freight and wharfage, do	
Customs duty, do	
Labour removing from wharf and storing at Esquimalt, do.
Services as night watchman at Dock, 6 nights @ $3	
Hauling tools from Victoria	
do.       and canvas from Victoria, 2 trips	
Shifting and storing cement, 27 days @ $2.50
do."
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
27J
16i
12
5
2.50.
2.60.
2.50.
2.50.
2.50.
9 wood cases, tin lined, delivered at Esquimalt .
Sundry hardware	
Lumber and drayage	
Vote No. 129.—Insurance.
Insurance on Dock machinery and store	
do. do. do   	
do. do. do.     and Engineer's Office.
Vole No. 180.—Miscellaneous.—(Contingencies.)
Perforating and binding Certificates of work	
Binding Specifications, Cofferdam papers, and books
J. Weiler i Furniture for Engineer's office	
Wells Fargo & Co ; Express charges on package to England	
T.  Wilson j Frame for Engineer's Office	
E. B. Marvin I Linseed oil, beeswax and resin	
Bank British Columbia.. Telegrams to London office, Kinipple & Morris	
Dom Gov. Telegraph ... j Sundry telegrams to Kinipple & Morris	
Carried forward.
2,580 63
880 00
20 00
8,037 40
1,134 35
2,187 00
900 00
2,340 00
83 27
438 00
468 00
72 00
18 00
2 00
3 00
67 50
68 12
40 62
30 00
12 50
10 00
13 00
24 85
3 15
14,002 15
325 33
468 75
.
145 00
939 08
6 00
84 60
6 75
15 35
1 50
1 35
88 75
134 00
288 30
18,838 23 46 Vic       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882.
171
TO whom paid.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$ cts.
W. A. Franklin
Geo. Francis...
W. Bennett	
F. B. McNamee & Co.
C-Blake	
M. L. Humber	
M. W. Walsh	
Thos. Preece	
J. C. Muir	
Spring Vale Water Co
J. Williams	
G. H. Baker	
Mrs. Rothwell	
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Kamloops..
Lytton	
N. Westm'r
Yale	
Nanaimo ..
Brought forward	
, XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Concluded.
Graving Dock.—Concluded.
Vote No. ISO.—Miscellaneous.—(Contingencies.)—Concluded.
Express on drawing table and chair, Engineer's Office to L. & W. Dept,
Carriage hire for Engineer	
Postage stamps and rent of Post Office box	
Contract No. 3.
Certificate No. 1, on account of Contract No. 3	
Do.     No. 2, do. do	
Do.     No. 3, do. do	
Do.     No. 4, do. do	
Services as constable and night watchman, 21 days @ $2.50	
Do. do. 27   „ 3     	
Do. do, 50   „ 2.50	
Do.       as watchman (special) 29   ,, 3     	
Do. Engineer in charge of auxiliary pump, 78J days @ $3.50.
Water supplied to do. 	
* Wages as night watchman, 1st July to 31 August, 1881, 2 m., $124.00
* Do.       Foreman, July, 27 days, 129,"
* Rent of Office, 27th July to 27th September, 1881, 8.00
" Daily Standard "...
" Mainland Guardian
" Inland Sentinel "...
"Free Press"	
T. N. Hibben & Co...
M. W. Waitt & Co....
R. T. Williams	
,, 	
,, 	
j> 	
,, 	
), 	
W. Harrison	
Railway Co. Store....
W. H. Keary	
T. R. Pearson	
H. Featherstone	
Mason & Daly	
Mara & Wilson	
E. Pimbury & Co	
F. W. Foster	
Hudson Bay Co	
Str. Enterprise	
Str. Princess Louise..
B. C. Express Co	
Reid & Hudson	
B. Price	
Langley & Co	
G. Kenney	
Postmaster, Victoria ...
Do.        Maple Bay
Memo.—The above three items marked *, amounting to $261.80, were
charged to Graving Dock expenditure, under Contract No. 1, in
fiscal year ended 30th June, 1881. [See Public Accounts, Sessional
Papers for 1S81-2, page 221]. This sum having been paid after
Messrs. McNamee & Co. contracted to maintain the wrork, it was
subsequently charged to them, and credited to Graving Dock—
[ibid page 172.] The amount not having been repaid by that
firm, is therefore now chargeable against Contract No. 3.
XIII.—MISCELLANEOUS.
Vote No. 131.—Advertising.
Advertising sundry notices, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882.
Do. do. do. do.
Do. do. do. do.
Do. do. do. do.
Vote No. 132.—Stationery.
Stationery for all Departments, 1st July 1881, to 30th June, 1882	
Do. do. do. do. 	
Binding, ruling, and labeling 4 office books for Treasury	
Do. do. do.     sundry books, do	
Do.      and ruling 5 plaint books and 3 others for Supreme Court...
Do.      books for Land Registry Office	
Ruling paper for Assessment Rolls, binding 2 vols. Public Accounts, &c
Making and lettering 27 large book covers, Land Registry Dept	
Ruling paper and lettering books for Treasury	
Foolscap letter boards    	
Lettering blank book and binding cash book for Treasury	
Ruling and cutting 20 reams of foolscap ;....
Binding 5 books, probate, and perforating, Supreme Court	
Stationery for Government Agent, Yale, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, '82
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do,
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
New Westminster, do.
do. do.
Lillooet  	
Cariboo	
Kamloops   	
Nanaimo	
Clinton	
Kamloops
do.
do.
do.
Freight on stationery, &c, Victoria to New Westminster.
Do. do	
Charges on stationery to Yale and Cariboo	
One bottle of ink for Collector, Quesnelle	
Stationery for Government Agent, Keremeos	
Ink for stamp pads 	
Packing charges on stationery and hooks to Omineca	
Vote No. 133.—Postage.
Postage for all Departments, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882.
Do. Government Agent, Cowichan	
Do. do. Kamloops	
Do. do. Lytton	
Do. do. New Westminster	
Do. do. Yale 	
Do. do. Nanaimo	
Carried forward.
2,580 63
288 30
2 00
13 50
9 00
18,838 23
312 80
9,891 00
12,899 24
11,682 73
13,187 25
77 50
81 00
125 00
87 00
274 75
29 00
261 80
261 80
43,596 27
67,747 30
791 50
10 00
401 00
240 00
45 00
1,477 60
797 14
454 49
68 50
43 00
54 00
10 60
24 50
47 25
39 00
34 80
10 60
10 00
15 00
33 72
2 00
23 92
1 50
1 75
13 25
11 00
22 65
4 75
1 25
1 00
60
19 25
76
6 00
2 00
14 00
1,767 97
736 94
21 25
60 75
26 00
2,862 48
90 90
66 26
60 00
1,061 10'    3,245 47 172
Public Accounts, 1st July 1881, to 30th June 1882,
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR "WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
S   cts.
S   cts.
Postmaster, Clinton	
„ Okanagan ..
„           Barkerville.
Hope	
,, Lillooet	
J. Johnson	
Indian Joe	
Wells Fargo & Co	
B. C. Express Co	
A. Campbell	
Geo. Dakin	
F. Littler 	
J. Merrifield	
J. Irvine	
J. Porter	
Jno. Grant	
Garesche, Green & Co	
J. Fletcher & Co	
Callhreath, Grant & Cook
J. W. Glendenning,..
R. Lipsett	
Indian Peter	
W. V. Brown	
Wells Fargo & Co....
Jos. Maynard	
Dom. Gov't Telegraph.
Victoria Gas Co	
Welch, Rithet&Co	
DeWeiderhold & Co	
J. Engelhardt	
Pioneer Line Steamers ..
W. H. Ward	
Indian Charley	
S. Scarlett	
F. W.Foster	
D. Smith	
H. Elliott	
E. G. Tilton	
Hudson Bay Co	
J. Alway	
Indian Jim	
„     Nisan	
,,     Colens	
W. Teague	
Kimball & Gladwin	
Oppenheimer Bros	
E. Connell	
E. Grant	
J. Boucher	
J. Leonard	
Mara & Wilson	
Hudson Bay Co	
Indian Jack	
„     Bob	
J, Mclntyre	
Indian Charley	
J. Fletcher & Co	
J. J. Ballantine 	
R. Hunter	
A. Choquett	
J. Clarihue   	
W. Nelson	
Callhreath, Grant & Cook
W. J. Noble	
J. R. Baker	
Indian Jackson	
Fell & Co	
M. W. Waitt & Co.  ..
J. E. Lemieux	
F. Harrison	
Brought forward	
XIII.—MISCELLANEOUS EXPENDITURE.—Continued.
Vote No. 133.—Postage.—Concluded.
Postage for Government Agent, Clinton	
Do. do. Okanagan	
Do. do. Cariboo	
Do. do. Hope	
Do. do. Lillooet	
Express charges, Government Agent, Cassiar	
Do. do. do	
Do. do. Lytton	
Do. do. 	
Do. do. Cassiar	
Do. do. do	
Do. do. Cariboo	
Do. do. Cassiar	
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. 100 copies Great International Fisheries Exhibition, London
Do. to Supreme Court	
Vote No. 134.—Telegrams.
Various messages, from 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882.
Vote No. 135.—Fuel and Light.
2,852 43
62 95
1 00
19 OS
52 00
5 00
18 77
2 60
38 00
4 00
2 00
75
3 75
2 50
2 50
6 00
95 50
2 50
2 50
8 00
10 00
15 00
2 50
2 60
4 00
9 10
2 50
2 50
5 30
2 00
Gas supplied all Departments, Victoria, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, '82
Coal, do. do. do. do.
Do. do. do. do. do.
Coal and wood, do. do. do. do.
Do. do. Yale, do. do.
Drayage do. do. do	
4 cords wood, Clinton	
5 do. do	
1 case coal oil, do   	
10 cords of wood, Clinton	
12 tons of coal, Offices, New Westminster	
8 cords of wood, Yale	
Coal oil and candles, Yale	
3 cords of wood, do	
Packing 3 tons of coal, Yale	
3 cords of wood, do	
10       do.    Toll Office,   do	
4 do. do	
Drayage on coal, do	
1 tin of coal oil, do    	
Hauling wood to Toll Office, Yale	
10 cords of wood, Kamloops	
3£ do. do. 	
3 do. do	
Coal oil and candles, do. 	
Coal oil	
1 cord of wood	
1^      do. 	
Coal oil for Government Office, Lytton	
3 cords of wood and cutting,       do	
1 tin of coal oil and 5 tbs. of candles, Cassiar	
1 tin of coal oil, Toll Office, Cassiar	
2| cords of stove wood, do	
One box of candles, do	
One case of coal oil, do	
12 cords of wood, stove lengths, Cassiar	
3 do. Toll Office, do	
35        do. Government Office, Cariboo	
5 do. do. Forks of Quesnelle	
1 do. do. Lillooet	
1 tin coal oil	
Vote No. 136.—Library, Legislative and Departmental.
vols. Charley's, Begelow's, and Griffith's law books...."	
Chancery Reports, Fisher's and Ontario Digests, Hurdon Habeas Corpus
Two copies of Doutre's Constitution of Canada	
One copy of Criminal Law and 1 copy of Clark's Magistrate	
6 copies Hansard	
,,     Colonial Office List	
Carried forward	
42 00
7 50
2,948 68
1,061 10
311 85
50 50
32 00
599 00
110 50
7 00
10 00
12 50
12 00
25 00
102 00
44 00
35 00
15 00
1 25
13 50
20 00
20 00
3 00
2 75
10 00
30 00
9 25
9 00
7 38
6 50
2 50
4 50
15 00
19 50
18 76
6 00
12 50
7 00
16 50
84 00
9 00
148 75
25 00
2 25
2 50
40 00
66 00
10 00
11 50
42 00
7 50
177 00
3,245 47
1,439 05
984 84
1,872 73
7,642 09 46 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July 1881, to 30th June 1882.
17B
TO WHOM PAID.
FOE WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
E. T. Williams.
E. Johnson  ....
N. Shakespeare
J. Wiggins	
Brought forward	
XIII.—MISCELLANEOUS EXPENDITURE.—Continued
Vote No. 136.—Library, Legislative & Departmental.—Concluded.
Binding Rules of Court and Statutes of Canada	
Do.    Magisterial Synopsis and County Court Practice, 1 vol. each .,
Do.     and labelling Government Gazette and daily papers	
Do.     Pollock's County Court Practice   	
Do     Report on Provincial Acts, 1 vol., and Law Journal, 1 vol....
P. Jackman	
J. Farnsworth	
G. D. Warren	
H. O. Tiedeman	
W. Teague	
J. Mcintosh	
Girourd & Greenhow.
W. E. Spalding   	
C. Phair	
J. Eyan	
J. Sullivan	
H. Bird	
T. Leduc	
S. F. Crawford	
W McCullock	
W. Charters	
T. Earle	
E. C. Baker	
E. H. Holding	
T. Eyan	
C. L.Wilson	
1). G. Armstrong	
0. Eobertson	
Adair & Co	
Ah Kim	
Ah Toy 	
Ah Chuck	
Me Lang	
J. Hess 	
T. McDonald	
J. H. Davidson	
P. Martin	
W. Tierney  	
T. Davis	
G. McKay	
Estate of Brown & Gillis
Laidlaw & Co	
J. McLean	
E. Finlayson	
A. S. Heff ren   	
J. Griffin   	
C. Phair	
A.Irwin 	
C. McHardy	
H. M. Ball	
S. D. Pope 	
A. E. Howse	
James Campbell	
Indian Che-ope-kim..
J. P. Walls	
D. F. Johns	
Thos. Laidlaw	
Angus Slater	
Eichard Cauly	
D. O'Grady	
M. Morris	
Eefund
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Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Vote No. 137.—Refunds.
of Assessment Tax Eeceipt, No. 20,021   	
School Tax receipt accounted for but not issued
one-half of fine, Eegina v. Wren, supplying liquor to Indians
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.
Indian Harry, in possession of liq'r
Ibbotson, supplying liq'r to Indians
Indian Joe, in possession of liquor
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Bob,
do.
Peter,
do.
Dick,
do.
Sam,
do.
Joseph,
do.
Alick,
do.
Lavau,
do.
Johnny,
do.
A. Corta, supplying liq'r to Indians
M. Alaine, do. do.
George, in possession of liquor....
Tommy, do. 	
Moody, supplying liq'r to Indians.
School Tax twice paid	
Provincial Revenue Tax twice paid 	
Taxes twice paid by Mrs. Rothwell, Esquimalt	
School Tax for which receipts were ret'd by Mr. Onderdonk.
Provincial Revenue Tax twice paid	
Purchase money on Lot 72, Group 1, twice paid	
Income Tax paid in the years 1876, 1877, 1878, 1879, and 1880
School Tax twice paid  	
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Real Property Tax, being within municipal limits	
do. paid in error in Esquimalt District	
School Tax twice paid   	
do. do	
do. do	
do. do	
Interest charged on Pre-emption Lot 409, B. 1, N. W. Dist..
School Tax twice paid	
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Purchase of lot at Quesnelle, paid twice in error	
Provincial Revenue Tax paid by two Chinamen under age..
do. twice paid   	
Taxes twice paid on Bridge's land at Comox	
Provincial Revenue Tax twice paid 	
do. do	
County Court Fees accounted for in Law Stamps	
School Tax twice paid	
Free Miners Certificate twice paid	
Income Tax 1878, 1879, 1880, and 1881, not liable	
School Tax twice paid	
one-half fine, Reg. v. Indian Watlin, supplying liq'r to Indians
Personal Property Tax assessed in two districts	
one-half fine, Reg. v. Strout, selling liquor to Indians	
of fee to Legislative Assembly for Private Bill withdrawn.
Provincial Revenue Tax, twice paid	
do. do	
do. do	
do. do	
do. do	
do. do	
Carried forward       2,948
177 00
14 00
6 00
14 50
1 50
4 50
12 00
3 00
25 00
2 50
10 00
12 50
12 50
12 60
12 50
12 60
12 50
7 50
12 50
6 00
6 00
5 00
12 50
12 60
12 50
3 00
3 00
2 40
60 00
3 00
104 00
56 25
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
8 35
1 88
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
34
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
100 00
6 00
3 00
6 00
3 00
3 00
20 00
3 00
5 00
68 00
3 00
25 00
13 00
62 60
60 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
7,542 09
216 50
912 72     7,758 59 174
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
T. K. Murray	
>> 	
W. J. Marriott!!"!!!!!!
Delta Municipality	
E. Dunn 	
W. Hanckel	
W. Bassett	
W. McNamara	
J. McGuiness	
G. Barrett	
W. Selleck 	
Estate of D. Geordique..
J. Reinhardt	
W. Hessey	
Ah Tway	
J. Hamilton	
C. Underwood	
Ah Chung 	
R. Puegar	
Indian "Mitchell"	
W. L. Meason	
J. S. Miller	
W. Roxburgh	
New Westr. City Council
Canada Guarantee Co.,
per Allsop & Mason ...
W. Fernie .
Brought forward	
XIII.—MISCELLANEOUS EXPENDITURE.—Continued.
Vote No. 137.—Refunds.—Concluded.
Refund of one-half fine, Reg. v. Bartlett, vending liquor without licence
Do. do.                   Gray,                            do.
Do. do.                   Calder,                          do.
Do. do.                   Cochrane,                     do.
Do. do.                   Thomas,                       do.
Do.        Assessed Taxes paid by W. P. Foster	
Do.        Provincial Revenue Tax, under age	
Do. do. twice paid	
Do. do. under age	
Do. do. twice paid	
Do. do. do. 	
Do. do. do. 	
Do. do. do. 	
Do.        Probate Duty	
Do.        Provincial Revenue Tax, twice paid	
Do. do. "   do. 	
Do. do. do. 	
Do. do. do. 	
Do. do. do. 	
Do. do. do. 	
Do. do. do. 	
Do. one-half fine Reg. v. King & Ah Sou, selling liquor to Indians
Do. do.              Regina v. Cargyle,              do.
Do.       Provincial Revenue Tax, twice paid	
Do. Real Estate Tax at Kamloops, held in trust for Dominion Govt.
Do. Police fines, [Municipalities Act, 44 Vic, Chap. 16, Sec. 91]
Vote No. 138.—Premium on Guarantee Bonds.
Sundry guarantee bonds	
Vote No. 139.—Allowance to Officer at Kootenay.
For cleaning office, horse hire, travelling expenses, hay, &c, 12 months
Vote No. 140.—Fire Department, Victoria.
L. G. McQuade, Secretary
G. Norris, Treasurer	
R. B. Kelly, Treasurer..
A. Mouat, Secretary .,.
J. T. McllmoyI	
Henry Fry	
G. R. Ashwell	
Victoria and   Esquimalt
Telephone Co	
Garesche, Green & Co,
Bank of B. C	
F. L. Tuckfield	
n 	
>> 	
J. Parsons	
C. McCormack	
A. Vipond	
Fell & Co	
M. W. Waitt & Co....
E. Pearson	
Kimball & Gladwin ..
Str. "Western Slope"
„   "E. J. Irving" ...
T. Gowdy	
Str. "Western Slope"
Annual Grant.
Vote No. 141.—Fire Department, Nanaimo.
Annual Grant	
Vote No. 142.—Fire Department, New Westminster.
Annual Grant	
Vote No. 143.—Fire Department, Cariboo.
Annual Grant.
Vote No. 145.—Agricultural Societies.
North and South Saanich Agricultural Society.
Cowichan Agricultural Society	
Chilliwhack Agricultural Society	
Vote No. 146.—Telephone Service.
Telephone for Offices, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882	
Vote No. 148.—Not Detailed in Estimates.
Discount on American silver,	
Exchange on Drafts	
5 stamps for Attorney-General's Office, 2 for Treasury & Lands & Works
1 copy "Daily Standard" for Provincial Secretary	
do. do. Executive Council, 3 months	
1 copy "Daily Colonist" for Provincial Secretary, and extra numbers
do. do. Executive Council, 3-J months	
Guardian" and " Free Press" for Provincial Secre ary	
3 keys for Post Office drawers and Lands and Works ... 	
Soap, matches, candles, etc., for Government Offices, Victoria	
1 fire-proof safe for Government Office, Lytton	
1        do. for Toll Collector's Office, Alexandra Bridge	
1 do. No. 10, for Yale Office	
1 bible for Magistrate's use at Cassiar	
Freight on safe from Yale to Lytton	
Drayage on 3 safes, and delivery of 1 safe at toll-house	
Freight on 2 safes, Victoria to Yale	
Do.       1 safe, do. 	
Carriage on    do.    to Alexandra Bridge	
Freight on stove to Yale	
Carried  forward	
2,948 68
912 72
75 00
125 00
125 00
75 00
100 00
3 33
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
300 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
75 00
100 00
3 00
7 60
285 50
166 67
166 67
166 66
36 93
1 11
43 00
13 00
3 76
13 75
4 00
19 00
2 00
20 12
180 00
167 50
250 00
1 50
35 00
15 00
17 60
4 50
12 00
2 00
2,948 68
841 66
2,229 05
477 00
1,500 00
600 00
500 00
500 00
168 00
14,332 64 46 Vic
Public Accounts, 1st July 1881, to 30th June 1882.
175
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$   cts
$   cts.
J. McLagan ,
Gazette Printing Co...
H. McKenzie	
L. W. Holmes	
Indian Cider	
Indians Paddy & Joe..
J. L. Smith 	
Victoria Water Works.
T. Storey 	
T. L. Budlong	
J. Smith	
Pay sheet	
Oppenheimer Bros	
A.W.Smith	
J. Fletcher & Co	
Mara & Wilson	
C. McK. Smith	
D. W. Higgins	
Mrs. Deasy	
B. Evans 	
J. Maynard	
J. J. Russell	
McKillican & Anderson
W. &'j. Wilson."....
Shears & Partridge	
G. Morison	
A. Ofner	
Langley & Co	
Yale Water Co	
R. T. Williams	
A. Mouat	
B. C. Express Co	
Robert Martin	
C. Mclntyre	
T. Storey	
J. Finlayson	
E. S. Scoullar & Co....
F. H. Sheppard	
E. B. Marvin	
M. Miller	
C W. Baker	
B. Dooling	
J. Welsh .
W. Dewdney
Hon. A. DeCosmos,
Brought forward	
XIII—MSICELLANEOUS EXPENDITURE.—Concluded.
Vote No. 148.—Not Detailed in Estimates.—Concluded.
1 copy, " Live Stock Encyclopedia "   	
Subscription to Montreal " Legal News " 2 years, to 31st Dec, 1882 ...
Carriage of books and packages to Government Offices	
Cleaning Government Offices at Yale, 2 days	
Do. do. 	
Do. McDame Creek, April and May, 1881	
Do. ■ Kamloops	
Supply of water, 12 months, to 30th June, 1882	
Interment of I. Peart, found drowned near the Gorge	
Do.       A. Powers	
Cleaning chimneys and stove pipes at Government Buildings, Victoria.
8 Indians removing Government property at Yale fire	
1 piece of mosquito netting for Mr. Justice Crease	
1 broom for Court House, Lillooet	
Soap for office, McDame Creek	
Nails, Tacks, &c, Kamloops	
Daily and Weekly " Standard" supplied British Consul, San Francisco,
do. " Colonist,"     do.       do.     2 yrs. to 17th June, 1882
Washing Towels, Government Offices, Victoria, 12 months	
do. for 3 Offices, 12 months	
Express to Esquimalt with Officers and Firemen	
do.     with silver to Bank B.C	
Making model of bow string truss bridge	
1 box for Treasury	
1 dozen office towels for Government Offices, Victoria	
1 do. do. do	
Soap do. do	
Soap do. do	
Spirit thermometer for Government Agent, Cariboo	
Chloride of lime for latrines	
Water supplied Yale Office	
Binding 1 vol. each Provincial newspapers $19.50, 16 vols. B. C. Gazette
$33.25, and Terms of Union $166.30	
Mounting maps	
Fixing flag-staff and reeving halyards (centre building)	
Freight on parcel for Yale Office	
1 horse for Government Messenger	
Burial expenses late James Mclntyre, Clinton, destitute	
do. J. Kelly and Edward Bates, both found dead	
2 brooms for centre building	
Cleaning Government Office, New Westminster	
Clerk Board of Examiners under Coal Mines Reg. Act, 4 days at $5.
4 new flags and repairs to old one	
1500 cards and envelopes	
Repairs to flag-staff and fixing halyards, Cassiar	
Vote No. 149.—Compensation to B. Dooling for Injury sustained
at the Asylum for the Insane.
Payment as above	
Vote 150.—J. Welsh, Grant in aid op Explorations, Skeena River,
Bear and Babine Lakes.
Payment as above	
Vote No. 151.—Walter Dewdney, to Indemnify him for Cash Lost
DURING THE FlRE AT YALE.
Payment as above	
Vote No. 152.—Hon. A. DeCosmos, Expenses of Mission.
Balance of expenses as Special Agent	
2,948 68
2 00
11 25
2,967 93
841 66   14,332 64
6 75
8 00
7 25
6 00
6 60
6 00
7 75
180 00
15 00
20 00
35 00
15 00
1 00
1 00
1 50
1 60
16 85
22 50
24 00
12 00
3 00
1 50
30 00
1 50
6 00
4 00
2 60
3 00
4 60
1 25
17 00
219 05
4 5C
2 5C
85
100 OC
30 Ot
30 0C
1 25
1 OC
20 0C
107 0C
63 75
2 00
1,890 51
500 00
400 00
808 78
1,085 74
19,017 67
Audit Office,
20th November, 1882.
J. MoB. Smith,
Auditor.
12  46 Vie. Public Accounts, 1st July 1881, to 30th June 1882.
177
APPROPRIATION   AND   EXPENDITURE
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED 30TH JUNE, 1882.
Statement of Appropriation and Expenditure, from 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882,
showing also the sums unexpended and over-expended.
No
of
Vote.
SEKVICE.
Total.
Appropriation
Voted
Supply Bills
44 & 45 Vic,
Total.
Expenditure.
Unexpended
Over-
Expended.
1
I.—Public Debt.
S 45,750 00
17,643 00
720 00
500 00
20,000 00
$ 45,473 89
17,600 93
240 00
488 97
20,000 00
* 276 11
42 07
480 00
11 03
2
4
6
II.—Civil Government (Salaries).
84,613 00
83,803 79
809 21
6
1,400 00
11,250 00
6,600 00
7,620 00
1,800 00
3,020 00
850 00
450 00
1,200 00
5,620 00
2,120 00
800 00
1,399 93
11,249 99
6,600 00
7,470 00 )
1,950 00 )
3,019 92
850 00
375 00
1,200 00
5,574 96
2,086 66
850 00
0 07
0 01
7
8
Provincial Secretary .ind Minister of Mines Department —
9
10
0 08
11
12
13
75 00
14
15
45 04
33 34
16
17
50 00
III.—Administration of Justice (Salaries).
42,730 00
42,626 46
153 54
50 00
18
2,400 00
1,500 00
900 00
7,232 00
720 00
7,692 00
720 00
1,404 00
7,224 00
6,720 00
4,110 00
1,200 00
4,940 00
2,220 00
2,400 00
1,499 78
900 00
7,291 96
720 00
7,496 92
720 00
1,404 00
6,724 00
6,659 96
4,110 00
1,200 00
4,819 92
2,220 00
19
Sheriffs .
0 22
20
21
59 96
22
23
95 08
24
25
26
500 00
60 04
27
28
29
30
120 08
81
IV.—Legislation.   .
47,882 00
47,166 54
775 42
59 96
32
8,800 00
2,960 00
100 00
2,000 00
400 00
160 00
1,000 00
8,800 00
2,679 00
12 00
283 50
430 45
144 75
970 75
33
281 00
88 00
1,760 60
34
85
36
30 45
37
5 25
29 25
38
V.—Public Institutions (Maintenance).
15,410 00
13,320 45
2,120 00
30 45
39
660 00
1,375 00
7,100 00
443 90
1,305 30
5,170 62
116 10
69 70
1,929 48
40
41
VI.—Hospitals and Charities.
9,085 00
6,919 72
2,115 28
42
5,000 00
4,250 00
4,000 00
2,000 00
600 00
200 00
150 00
5,000 00
4,250 00
3,999 96
2,000 00
271 18
200 10
102 70
43
44
0 04
45
46
328 82
47
0 10
48
47 30
16,200 00
15,823 94
376 16
0 10 178
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1881, to 80th June, 1882.
No.
of
Vote.
49
60
51
52
63
54
65
56
67
58
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
70
71
72
73
74
74A
74s
740
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
100
101
101A
101B
VII.—Administration op Justice (other than Salaries.)
Summoning and paying Jurors and Witnesses	
Prosecutions and Interpreters	
Expenses of Inquests	
Criminal Punishments	
Rewards	
Keep of Prisoners	
Bents.
Special Constables	
Transport of Prisoners and Constables.
Miscellaneous	
SERVICE.
VIII.—Education.
Education Office	
Victoria City District	
Victoria District	
Esquimalt District	
Cowichan District	
Nanaimo District	
Comox District	
New Westminster City District	
New Westminster District	
Hope-Yale District	
Lillooet District	
Cariboo District	
IX.—Transport.
Freight on Remittances	
Travelling Expenses of Officers on Duty
Keep of Horses	
X.—Rent.
Government House, Victoria	
Boat-house, Nanaimo	
Lieutenant-Governor's Residence	
Government Agent's Residence, Yale ..
XL—Revenue Services.
Commission, Courts ol Appeal, Travelling Expenses, Mis-
cellaneous, &c	
XII.—Public Works.
Works and Buildings.
Repairs to Government Buildings and Fences, Victoria —
do. do. do. New West'r
do. do. do. Nanaimo...
do. do. do. Yale Dist..
do. do. do. Cariboo Dist
do. do. do. Lillooet Dist
do. do. do. Cassiar Dist.
do. do. do. Kootenay..
Repairs to Asylum for the Insane, New Westminster	
Convalescents' Home, Victoria	
Improvement of Government Reserves	
Insurance of Government Buildings	
Furniture for Government Offices 	
Hospital, Nanaimo	
Repairs to Public School, Victoria	
do. do.       East South Saanich	
Construction        do.       Esquimalt	
Repairs do.      Nanaimo	
Construction        do.      Wellington	
Repairs do.       Denman Island	
Construction        do.       New Westminster	
Repairs do.       Maple Ridge	
Construction        do.       Langley Prairie	
do. do.       Chilliwhack	
do. do.       Yale	
Repairs do.      Granville	
Construction of Court House and Gaol, Yale	
Enlarging School-house, North Saanich	
Total
Appropriation
Voted
Supply Bills
44 & 45 Vic.
S 6,500 00
2,500 00
800 00
500 00
500 00
12,000 00
300 00
3,000 00
2,700 00
500 00
29,300 00
2,830 00
11,390 00
4,620 00
2,740 00
2,870 00
6,838 00
1,280 00
2,660 00
6,867 00
5,325 00
1,520 00
3,700 00
62,640 00
250 00
1,500 00
350 00
48 50
108 00
600 00
77 00
833 50
1,000 00
250 00
150 00
450 00
275 00
100 00
50 00
350 00
100 00
1,000 00
200 00
1,700 00
900 00
250 00
2,000 00
100 00
750 00
400 00
750 00
50 00
2,500 00
50 00
400 00
650 00
750 00
30 00
3,600 00
300 00
19,105 00
Total
Expenditure.
I 3,145 92
416 50
249 40
11,729 96
431 50
2,425 93
2,920 16
517 65
21,837 02
2,277 00
11,304 71
4,662 11
2,341 67
2,404 05
6,621 10
1,275 10
2,660 04
6,419 51
5,227 87
1,509 25
2,662 83
49,265 24
70 98
1,639 43
132 87
1,843 28
48 50
108 00
600 00
66 00
822 50
3,978 38
939 93
199 82
149 47
159 55
269 11
37 50
60 00
293 00
55 25
1,000 00
190 65
1,645 78
911 09
250 00
2,000 13
99 00
750 00
404 50
756 50
50 00
2,440 00
50 00
380 00
645 00
690 00
30 00
3,601 50
323 00
Unexpended
i 3,354 08
2,083 50
550 60
500 00
500 00
270 04
574 07
7,832 29
553 00
85 29
57 89
398 33
465 95
216 90
4 90
447 49
97 13
10 75
1,037 17
3,374 80
179 02
'21713"
11 00
1,021 62
60 07
60 18
0 53
290 45
5 89
62 50
57 00
44 75
9 35
154 22
1 00
Over-
Expended.
20 00
5 00
60 00
18,270 78
880 94
131 50
220 16
17 65
369 31
0 04
0 04
139 43
11 09
"6'is'
4 50
6 50
1 50
23 00
46 72 46 Vie.
Public Accounts, 1st July 1881, to 80th June 1882.
179
No
of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Total
Appropriation
Voted
Supply Bills
44 & 45 Vic.
Total
Expenditure.
Unexpended
Over-
Expended.
102
Government House, Victoria.
9 2,000 00
1,600 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
50 00
150 00
25 00
9 1,968 71
1,589 17
98 37
100 10
99 00
50 00
150 00
17 00
$   31 29
10 83
1 63
103
104
104A
Water	
0 10
104b
1 00
104c
104D
104E
8 00
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.
4,125 00
4,072 35
62 75
0 10
105
250 00
1,000 00
1,200 00
500 00
3,500 00
400 00
3,000 00
2,100 00
3,600 00
1,400 00
40,000 00
3,656 14
3,321 81
3,500 00
4,500 00
2,016 32
2,500 00
1,800 00
500 00
500 00
250 00
967 65
1,200 00
106
32 35
107
Wharf at termination of Trunk Road, New Westminster	
0 25
108
500 00
109
3.500 70
392 50
3,012 27
2,098 50
3.501 14
1,387 86
39,446 96
3,516 78
3,352 95
3,505 14
4,500 84
2,016 25
2,109 50
1,736 33
20 00
400 20
0 70
109a
7 50
110
12 27
111
1 60
112
1 14
113
12 14
563 04
139 36
114
116
116
31 14
117
5 14
118
0 84
119
0 07
390 50
63 67
480 00
99 80
120
121
121a
121B
Surveys.
79,144 27
76,915 82
2,279 93
51 48
122
500 00
2,600 00
696 99
300 00
196 99
123
2,200 00
Graving Dock, Esquimalt
3,000 00
966 96
2,200 00 ■
196 99
124
45,000 00
2,187 00
1,080 00
960 00
28,400 00
400 00
300 00
45,000 00
125
2,187 00
810 00
900 00
14,002 15
939 08
312 80
126
270 00
60 00
14,397 85
127
128
129
539 08
130
12 80
78,327 00
19,151 03
48,596 27
59,727 85
651 88
XIII.—Miscellaneous.
1,500 00
3,000 00
2,000 00
900 00
1,600 00
250 00
1,000 00
900 00
200 00
1,500 00
600 00
500 00
500 00
250 00
500 00
170 00
5,000 00
3,000 00
600 00
400 00
808 78
2,000 00
22 50
1,232 03
560 95
131
1,477 50
1,767 97
1,439 05
984 84
1,872 73
216 50
2,229 05
477 00
200 00
1,500 00
500 00
600 00
500 00
132
133
134
84 84
135
272 73
136
33 50
137
1,229 05
138
423 00
139    ■
Allowance to officer at Kootenay for travelling expenses,&c.
140
141
142
143
144
260 00
145
500 00
168 00
146
2 00
5,000 00
1,109 49
147
148
1,890 61
600 00
400 00
808 78
1,085 74
149
B. Dooling, compensation for injury at Asylum for Insane..
J. Welsh, in aid of explorations, Skeena River, &c	
W. Dewdney, indemnification for cash lost at Yale fire
Hon. A. DeCosmos, expenses of mission as Special Agent ..
150
461
162
914 26
26,978 78
19,017 67
9,547 73
1,586 62
Audit Office,
28th November, 1883.
J. McB. SMITH,
Auditor. 180
Public Accounts, 1st July 1881, to 30th June 1882.
UNPROVIDED   ITEMS.
IN EXPENDITURE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED 30th JUNE, 1882.
STATEMENT of Services whose Expenditures have exceeded their appropriation, from
1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882, and for which over-expenditure the sanction of
Parliament is required.
SERVICE.
II.—Civil Government (Salaries).
Temporary Departmental Assistance .
III.—Administration of Justice (Salaries).
Police and Gaols, Victoria	
IV.—Leoislation.
Contingent Fund
VI.—Hospitals and Charities.
In aid of Destitute Poor and Sick .
VII.-
-Administration of Justice (other than Salaries).
Rents	
Transport of Prisoners and Constables	
Miscellaneous	
VIII.—Education.
New Westminster District.
IX.—Transport.
Travelling Expenses of Officers on Duty.
XII.—Public Works.
Works and Buildings.
Furniture for Government Offices	
Repairs to Public School, Victoria	
Do. do.        Nanaimo	
Construction        do.       Wellington	
Do.       Court House and Gaol, Yale.
Enlarging School-house, North Saanich.
Government House, Victoria.
Water 	
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.
Wharf at termination of Trunk Road, New Westminster .
Victoria District	
Esquimalt District	
Nanaimo District	
Yale District	
Lillooet District	
Cariboo District	
Surveys.
Surveys throughout the Province.
Graving Dock, Esquimalt.
Insurance	
Miscellaneous (Contingencies)	
XIII.—Miscellaneous .
Telegrams	
Fuel and Light .
Refunds	
AMOUNT.
8 131 50
220 16
17 65
11 09
13
4 50
6 60
1 50
23 00
25
70
12 27
1 14
31 14
6 14
84
639 08
12 80
84 84
272 73
1,229 05
TOTAL.
I 50 00
59 96
30 46
10
369 31
04
139 43
46 72
10
61 48
196 99
551 88
1,586 62
83,083 08
Audit Office,
28th November, 1882.
J. McB. Smith,
Auditor. 46 Vic.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882.
181
LAPSED  BALANCES  OF  APPROPRIATIONS
FOR   THE   FISCAL   YEAR   ENDED   30TH   JUNE,   1882.
STATEMENT of Balances of Appropriations at the credit of the following Services, for the
Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1882, which lapsed by authority of Act 44 Vic, chap. 21,
sec. 2.
SERVICE.
Balances.
Total.
I.—Public Debt.
$ 276 11
42 07
480 00
11 03
$ 809 21
II.—Civil Government (Salaries).
07
01
08
75 00
45 04
33 34
153 54
III.—Administration of Justice (Salaries).
Sheriffs 	
22
95 08
500 00
60 04
120 08
775 42
IV.—Legislation.
281 00
88 00
1,716 50
5 25
29 25
2,120 00
VI.—Hospitals and Charities.
04
328 82
47 30
•
376 16
VIL—Administration of Justice.
3,354 08
2,083 50
550 60
500 00
500 00
270 04
574 07
7,832 29
VIII.—Education.
553 00
85 29
57 89
598 33
465 95
216 90
4 90
447 49
97 13
10 76
1,037 17
3,374 80
IX.—Transport.
179 02
217 13
396 16
11 00
X.—Rent.
XL—Revenue Services.
1,021 62
16,870 19 182
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1881, to 30th June, 1882.
SERVICE.
LAPSED BALANCES.—Concluded.
Brought forward.
XII.—Public Works.
Works and Buildings:
Repairs to Government Buildings and Fences, Victoria	
Do. do. do. New Westminster .
Do. do. do. Nanaimo	
Do. do. do. Yale District	
Do. do. do. Cariboo District...
Do. do. do. Lillooet District...
Do. do. do. Kootenay	
Do.        Asylum for the Insane, New Westminster	
Improvement of Government Reserve	
Insurance of Government Buildings	
Repairs to Public School, East-South Saanich	
Construction of Public School, New Westminster	
Do. do. Langley Prairie	
Do. do. Chilliwhack	
Do. do. Yale	
Government House, Victoria;
Repairs to Building	
Furniture	
Repairs to Fences ,
Fuel and Light	
Miscellaneous	
Rpads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves:
Goldstream, Leech and San Juan River Trails .
In aid of establishing a Ferry at Savona;	
Burnside and Prospect Lake Road	
Cowichan District	
Comox District *	
Main Trunk Road, Yale to Cariboo	
New Westminster District	
Kootenay District	
Cassiar District	
Repairs, Nicola Bridge	
Skeena River to Omineca	
Lillooet Ferry	
Surveys:
Sumass Dyking Act .
Graving Dock, Esquimalt:
Caisson, freight, duty, charges, &c.
Inspector of Concretes	
Construction.
XIII.—Miscellaneous.
Advertising ...
Stationery	
Library, Legislative and Departmental	
Premium on Guarantee Bonds	
Reporting Judges' decisions	
Telephone Service	
Bonus for Woollen Mill	
Miscellaneous, not detailed	
Hon. A. DeCosmos, expenses of Mission as Special Agent .
Total.
Balances.
% 60 07
50 18
53
290 45
5 89
62 50
57 00
44 75
9 35
154 22
1 00
60 00
20 00
5 00
60 00
31 29
10 83
1 63
1 00
8 00
32 35
500 00
7 50
1 50
12 14
553 04
139 36
07
390 50
63 67
480 00
99 80
46,000 00
270 00
60 00
14,397 85
22 50
1,232 03
560 95
33 50
423 00
250 00
2 00
5,000 00
1,109 49
914 26
Total.
S 16,870 19
880 94
2,279 93
2,200 00
59,727 85
9,547 73
91,559 39
Audit Office,
28th November, 1882.
McB. SMITH,
Auditor.

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