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 BRITISH  COLUMBIA.
PUBLIC    ACCOUNTS
FOR   THE
FISCAL YEAR ENDED  30TH JUNE, 1885.
PERIOD .FROM 1st JULY, 1884, TO 30th JUNE, 1885.
"VICTORIA: Printed by Richard Wolfenden, Government Printer
at the Government Printing Office, James* Bay.  49 Vic. Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
115
To the Honourable Clement Francis Cornwall,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour :
The undersigned has the honour to present the Public Accounts of British Columbia,
for the Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1885.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
SIMEON DUCK,
Minister of Finance.
Treasury Department,
Victoria, 23rd December, 1885. 49 Vic. Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
117
To the Honourable Simeon Duck,
Minister of Finance.
Audit Office,
28rd December, 1885.
The undersigned has the honour to present to you the Public Accounts to the 30th
June, 1885.
Respectfully submitted.
J. McB. SMITH.
Auditor  49 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
119
PUBLIC   ACCOUNTS
FISCAL YEAR ENDED  30TH JUNE, 1885.
TABLE   OF   CONTENTS.
Page   120—       Debt Account :  The Dominion of Canada in account with the Province, for the Fiscal
Year ended 30th June, 1885.
120— Subsidy Account, for the Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1885.
121— Debentures Outstanding under the British Columbia Loan Acts.
122— Loan, 1877 ; Sinking Fund Account.
122a—    Receipts and Expenditure ;  a Comparative Statement, from 20th July, 1871, to 30th
June, 1885.
122b—    Treasurer in Account with the Province of British Columbia.
122c—     District Returns of Revenue.
123— Balance Sheet of the Province of British Columbia.
124— Expenditure ; Summary.
125-128—       Do. Recapitulation.
129-206—       Do. Detailed.
207-210—Appropriation and Expenditure ;   Statement showing Appropriation and Expenditure,
also sums unexpended and over-expended.
211-212—Unprovided   Items;   Statement of Services whose Expenditures have  exceeded their
Appropriation.
213-214—Lapsed Balances of Appropriations. 120
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
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121
RETURN showing Debentures outstanding under the British Columbia Loan Acts,
on the 30th of June, 1885.
Debentures Outstanding, Loan, 1874.
Date of issue on
Debentures.
Date issued from
Treasury.
Numbers.
Denomination.
Amount.
25th October, 1875.
1st January, 1877.
95 and 96.
2 @ $10,000.
$ 20,000 00
Debentures Outstanding under Loan Act, 1877.
Date of Issue.
Number (inclusive).
Denomination.
1st July, 1878
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727,500 00
Total	
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Treasury,
20th December, 19,85.
J. Judson Young,
Deputy Treasurer.
Statement of Sinking Fund, "Loan Act, 1874," deposited with the Bank of British Columbia.
June 30th, 1884...
December 11th, 1884 .
Particulars.
Deposit of Cash withdrawn from Savings Bank on 1st November, 1882.
Amount withdrawn from Dominion Savings Bank to close account	
Investment in Debenture "Loan Act, 1881," repaid	
Interest on Investment	
Deposit.
Interest on Investment .
Amount.
$          29
1,537 22
2,000 00
132 99
643 00
166 86
$4,370 36
Treasury,
20th December, 1885.
J. Judson Younc,
Deputy Treasurer. 122
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Comparative Statement of the Receipts and Expenditure of the Province of British Columbia.
From the 20th July to 31st December, 1871, 1872, 1873, 1874, 1875, 1876, 1877, 1878, 1st Januaiy to 30th June, 1879, 1879-80 1880-81, 1881-82, 1882-83, 1883-84, and 1884-85.
-
REVENUE.
1871.
20th July
to
31st Deo.
(six months)
1872.
1st January
to
31st Dec.
1873.
1st January
to
31st Dec.
1874.
1st January
to
81st Dec.
1875.
1st January
to
31st Dec.
1876.
1st January
to
31st Dec.
1877.
1st January
to
31st Dec.
1878.
1st January
to
31st Dec.
1879.
1st January
to
30th June,
(six months)
1879-80.
1st July
to
30th June.
1880-81.
1st July
to
30th June.
1881-82.
1st July
to
30th June.
1882-83.
1st July
to
30th June.
1883-84.
1st July
to
30th June.
1884-85.
1st July  '
TO
30th June.
EXPENDITURE.
1871.
20th July
to
31st Dec
(six months]
1872.
1st January
to
31st Dec.
1873.
1st January
to
31st Dec.
1874.
1st January
to
31st Dec.
1875.
1st January
to
31st Deo.
1876.
1st January
to
31st Dec.
1877.
1st January
to
31st Dec.
1878.
1st January
to
31st Dec.
1879.
1st January
to
30th June.
(six months)
1879-80.
1st July
to
30th June.
1880-81.
1st July
to
SOth June.
1881-82.
1st July
to
SOth June.
1882-83.
1st July
to
30th June.
1883-84.
1st July
to
SOth June.
1884-86.
1st July
to
30th June.
Dominion of Canada:—
$16,500 00
17,500 00
24,000 00
60,000 00
8,863 71
2,724 00
|        687 50
$81,000 00
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
4,269 22
6,079 76
2,225 68
$39,147 22
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
10,636 99
7,236 43
1,630 79
$46,977 69
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
23,617 86
5,985 49
600 00
$42,029 09
85,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
19,417 84
4,995 70
855 00
$26,896 72
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
16,749 73
5,059 41
230 75
$26,093 56
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
22.119 79
5,414 45
217 50
$25,093 56
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
40,092 56
3,982 01
939 00
$12,646 78
17,500 00
24,000 00
50,000 00
26,034 45
1,689 44
462 50
30 00
$25,086 23
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
22,032 44
3,801 00
(         628 60
1           25 56
150 00
1,263 41
9,527 50
6,413 50
25,301 10
2,811 00
59 25
701 25
414 35
899 45
909 25
107 96
530 00
32,158 47
130 90
$25,019 12
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
16,670 38
4,540 25
335 00
$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
4,610 78
1,468 56
6,608 21
$ 24,995 66
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
26,034 67
2,916 50
310 00
25 00
125 00
593 38
6,625 00
3,430 50
18,666 00
2,929 25
5 00
977 75
229 90
1,277 78
11,618 96
46 48
835 00
39,728 29
125 12
47,613 00
$ 24,995 66
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
91,432 67
4,953 50
207 00
$ 29,151 06
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
174,579 41
5,341 25
180 00
I.—Public
Inl
Sii
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III.—Admii
IV.—Legisl
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Pn
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Debt:—
$ 2,873 96
$ 8,194 89
$     688 48
$     563 79
$ 8,853 50
$ 14,943 93
$ 40,674 88
$ 52,072 94
543 00
14,550 00
$ 24,467 48
$48,235 00
643 00
14,550 00
see below.
832 50
842 93
20,000 00
40,948 63
44,343 04
12,990 59
754 66
672 86
6,466 72
17,853 62
37,115 53
46,751 12
3,718 28
48 50
7,499. 66
f     8,405 39
(         372 79
97,697 07
131 00
1,895 36
14,018 78
$47,010 00
543 00
14,550 00
see below.
617 64
243 19
$45,473 89
619 48
14,550 00
2,431 45
240 00
488 97
20,000 00
42,626 46
47,166 64
13,320 45
443 90
1,305 30
5,170 52
15,823 94
21,837 02
49,265 24
1,843 28
822 50
3,978 38
18,270 78
4,072 35
76,915 82
696 99
300 00
19,151 03
48,696 27
19,017 67
$ 46,946 51
594 56
14,550 00
3,047 21
178 26
483 44
5,500 00
44,088 82
46,380 49
17,382 80
559 77
1,379 46
5,862 51
17,147 25
31,046 15
50,823 62
1,679 99
773 50
3,973 70
21,313 35
7,620 48
112,258 77
956 11
$ 47,584 22
724 65
14,550 00
5,900 32
180 00
513 50
12,500 00
47,322 93
48,917 80
14,313 21
496 06
1,691 64
6,587 85
17,757 58
48,562 12
68,361 23
5,510 64
48 50
4,584 51
32,007 14
8,391 69
177,071 78
2,791 33
$ 45,827 00
king Fund "Loan Act, 1874," including Interest invested
7,275 00
7,275 00
Do.                    do.                    do.   Interest invested
'
368 68
488 60
65,500 00
89,338 40
28,454 39
776 48
2,144 29
10,168 65
15,158 96
9,814 19
21,827 14
43,334 01
2,269 30
78 50
6,755 78
14,444 36
77,832 54
3,008 38
1,877 72
18,871 21
361 S3
400 25
25,000 00
j"   19,668 36
\   18,791 25
12,676 37
551 04
655 95
2,905 14
6,013 75
|     7,433 72
22,110 70
408 62
24 25
1,301 25
, 4,079 09
20,227 59
320 82
529 00
4,633 27
240 00
IT 36,875 00
see below *
87,099 73
14,111 59
572 87
5,578 58
6,885 98
17,679 18
5,669 20
20,288 77
38,891 42
4,401 09
354 50
4,327 85
48,672 36
266,888 89
31,493 05
see below *
91,190 07
16,997 14
773 68
1,912 43
9,926 93
14,214 80
7,889 60
18,083 56
44,506 11
3,101 09
274 20
7,178 02
46,174 04
289,980 44
14,302 39
180 00
667 59
8,900 00
5,343 50
26,355 00
2,623 45
11 25
865 50
61 25
2,373 01
1,880 07
151 42
746 00
40,065 04
181 93
150 00
1,820 69
7,607 50
6,292 50
17,770 00
5,098 25
175 00
674 57
8,155 00
4,601 00
22,215 00
7,220 10
I   33,234 64
101,935 85
14,816 10
77,281 99
11,991 66
86,310 75
11,205 79
681 63
2,689 81
4,293 86
12,067 67
6,234 11
21,393 11
38,908 30
5,678 63
344 50
6,532 02
34,303 75
290,354 40
82,202 55
93,442 16
15,671 47
531 20
1,433 63
9,357 55
14,582 89
8,268 31
25,891 05
47,129 63
3,231 19
229 20
9,467 31
40,396 75
205,891 41
18,826 33
443 11
40,142 44
41,468 27
44,620 34
12,775 45
579 89
1,780 49
6.213 59
15,912 88
29,133 27
47,157 07
1,651 05
84 50
7,519 96
11,308 52
700 00
67,339 26
565 75
1,929 75
4,297 82
55,861 06
4,760 00
8,135 91
9,618 56
7,466 84
2,900 62
8,877 50
7,552 50
44,410 00
10,097 16
5,431 16
6,716 00
4,937 73
30,368 06
11,264 92
4,701 66
11,187 50
7,786 63
25,387 60
12,197 95
3,935 53
8,762 50
7,009 00
26,926 27
11,644 66
5,082 35
10,037 50
7,669 00
29,190 69
12,098 44
3,607 95
10,087 50
6,909 00
26,896 50
11,345 OS
4,338 48
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 60
32,435 72
119 68
4,625 00
2,676 50
10,387 50
856 60
120 50
240 50
287 65
269 19
146 00
'      70 53
290 00
8,397 45
25 74
14,414 27
Institutions (Maintenance):—
874 35
995 25
3,796 35
13,460 60
34 52
1,175 00
29,408 38
79 04
48,686 00
7 50
206 25
1,893 64
3,609 86
2,390 69
214 12
179 49
1,671 59
2,121 54
1,626 71
1,251 75
8,060 26
28,363 34
1,268 15
19,330 54
302 70
1,170 12
10,978 55
248 73
1,047 28
18,161 04
189 49
843 19
9,750 47
131 50
2,459 26
7,077 98
4,111 51
14,045 63
6,611 45
25,074 52
39,999 89
5,094 60
498 53
1,471 63
21,546 79
100,601 11
11,371 49
3,938 61
2,767 85
9,889 55
2,578 06
2,632 03
117 62
712 88
!■     2,858 IS
21,234 70
11,719 93
4,912 40
35,266 62
25,435 78
7,164 86
1,151 50
353 24
24,125 70
153,870 71
947 50
28,622 92
5,683 93
455 00
714 44
1,949 49
136 00
390 00
974 50
865 00
27,581 54
155 56
535 00
29,070 66
134 26
686 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 SO
355 00
641 70
15 00
1,130 00
22,009 50
59 34
64,029 00
VI.—Hospi
17,326 50
1,719 83
1,117 60
219 16
VII—Admii
Ad
Pol
VIII.—Educa
IX. —Trans
X.—Rent
XI.—Reven
X1L—Public
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Rec
Im
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All
Offi
Per
Deposits repa
Sinking Fund
Dominion Sav
istration of Justice (other than Salaries):—
16,182 17
9,229 45
8,129 79
454 93
2,118 51
20,130 00
25,060 92
12,870 45
1,450 15
7,641 20
21,092 25
25,389 26
12,186 80
1,255 87
9,530 93
999 10
16,690 00
10,640 89
11,494 56
569 22
6,883 28
1,083 65
31 44
187 97
683 19
683 05
25,518 00
11,212 58
11,470 03
1.217 86
5.218 45
1,329 23
6 88
475 29
1,894 09
4,570 63
27,246 00
12,710 80
13,708 06
1,134 85
6,491 46
146 95
5 63
306 70
1,026 10
1.870 86
2.871 95
5,092 50
90 50
1,671 11
7 73
21 28
152 37
228 82
200 00
1,225 18
10 00
45,904 87
12,263 94
13,564 48
927 56
5,162 92
15,361 90
15,258 27
968 57
5.402 01
17,833 19
16,788 84
939 57
7,657 27
71,151 52
950 79
2,558 42
1,478 01
4,087 88
24
1,594 74
2,162 98
1 22
1,672 72
2,030 20
48 60   -
241 38
1,236 45
527 20
774 92
1,356 03
8,219 37
Works:—
cks and Buildings	
2,847 80
7,582 87
238 60
572 85
3,168 80
9,739 19
3,544 95
10,778 81
50 00
3,525 30
2,036 24
309 00
2,664 79
1,499 61
28 88
35 70
5 75
807 36
991 19
15 72
55 00
2,536 83
275 00
401 28
448 39
55
2 19
205 91
4,742 43
326 30
2,610 57
1,300 00
69,160 02
88 00
295 00
4,518 14
2,914 38
6,891 89
1,892 72
1,032 63
35 94
180,379 04
3,317 83
535 86
239 46
42 75
147 15
7 23
40 71
54 87
10 50
77 79
93 02
19 75
13 13
462 50
448 56
15 00
351 96
75 75
30 13
725 00
44 10
25 00
151 08
109 76
74 80
430 00
88 75
10 00
106,632 68
50,836 91
80,690 33
28,032 93
364 50
1,684 87
37,210 95
172 18
39 39
702 50
371 01
25 00
138 00
1,188 12
8,079 96
18,096 98
23,068 78
17,386 77
6,129 43
407 25
aneous:—
12,676 22
412 25
36,732 33
185 29
18 00
2,938 16
42,949 13
25,645 99
37,110 90
30,680 30
55,806 83
30,734 76
6,895 97
19,887 97
20,777 00
70 00
413 31
20 00
80 80
46,849 27
5,000 00
5,000 00
nigration -.	
6,948 92
3,494 56
1,451 18
5,735 44
44 00
10,000 00
2,140 00
150 00
6,250 00
2,108 70
2,240 00
1,000 00
78 75
43 50
117 00
128 31
146 91
261 80
2 62
20 90
18 50
4,125 98
27 00
7,760 00
2,625 00
440 57
1,666 30
8,022 91
1,634 96
841 55
See below *
2,047 50
1,029 24
10 00
2,507 93
170 00
3,098 77
ISO 00
6,081 97
310 00
4,605 18
90 00
1,780 00
oe Contingencies 	
cl   	
1,601 66
20 00
143 65
1,890 16
886 19
485 00
2,032 31
300 00
Dominion Government, advance on Graving Dock account (43 Vic, Cap. 8)
191,819 67
327,215 64
370,150 38
872,417 61
351,240 92
381,119 92
408,348 29
430,785 99
213,057 74
390,907 91
397,035 06
405,583 49
47,660 22
425,808 15
503,173 71
134,512 66
250,000 00
600,398 61
97,691 81'
432,082 71
372,618 64
8,299 98
583,355 89
925 68
614,658 89
1,217 65
728,310 01
1,799 95
685,046 34
13,298 40
514,878 83
4,091 36
186,715 20
1,646 56
446,574 99
8,013 74
2,501 27
54 36
378,778 69
474,428 23
63 56
594,101 92
1,071 79
690,629 02
2 08
655,437 86
191,819 67
27 12
327,215 54
944 92
370,150 38
9,611 76
372,417 51
5,449 99
189,160 00
351,240 92
12,607 24
68,000 00
381,119 92
6,192 48
32,850 00
86,000 00
408,348 29
3,761 08
20,000 00
4,500 00
727,500 00
430,785 99
4,226 01
213,057 74
*508 13
21 20
390,907 91
1,576 74
397,035 06
453,243 71
1,378 26
425,808 15
1,092 17
887,686 37
3,593 58
600,398 61
2,398 88
587 29
980 79
48 45
1	
 1
213,400 00
66,600 00
1
l
12,500 00
45,500 00
 i ::::
Dominion of Canada, 37 Vic, Chap. 17, sec. 2, Statutes of Canada, and
339,150 00
British Coluir
Totals $
Totals $
$ 97,691 81
432,082 71
380,918 62
584,281 57
829,276 54
796,709 96
698,344 74
518,970 18
188,361 70
457,144 36
379,807 93
474,491 79
595,173 71
690,631 10
191,846 79
328,160 46
379,762 14
567,017 60
760,898 ll
506,162 40
1,164,109 87
480,512 00
213,587 07
392,484 65
397,035 06
454,621 97
489,400 32
891,279 95
602,797 49
-
-
** Graving Dockiin 1872, $3,752 19, expenses for preliminary survey, adve
Do.         1     1873,   2,715 35,       do.                               do.
i ,
t Indian Commission in 1877, $11,405 77, brought to account in Miscellanec
Do.                  1878,     2,170 55              do.
Do.                   1879,        550 00               do.
} Kootenay Royal Commission, 1879, $142 92.     do.
IT This item ($36,375) being 4 per cent, discount on Loan of 1877 for £150,C
Rising, &c, brought to account in Works and Building
do.                             do.              ($215.35) in Works am
>us Expenditure,
do.
do.
do.
00      1.29.10
s Expenditure.
. Buildings, and ($2,500) in Miscellaneous.
) 00
5 00
5 00
1877
and
ring
", as
Jas. Judson Young,
Deputy Treasurer.
       7.27
is charged to "ft
as published.   T
"Miscellaneous {
been left out.
The followii
Expenses of B. C
iscellaneous Expenditure'* in the Ledger, but was omitted in the Account Current an
he amount of the Loan for 1877 is entered in the Account Current for that year as $6
services" at $55,806.83, instead of $92,181.83, as entered in the Ledger; Discount ar
g Expenditure in connection with the Loan of 1877, is also charged to " Miscellar
. Loan, viz. :—
$36,37
d Detailed Statements for
51,125, instead of $727,600,
d Commission, $36,375, ha
eous Services" of that yea
$938 00
131 25
2,572 43
3,641 68
1,001 67
4,643 35
i
$ 122b
The Treasurer in Account Current with the Province of British Columbia.
FOH   THE   YEAR.    ENDED   30TH   JUNE,   1885.
Heads of Receipts.
Dominion of Canada:—
Yearly payment of Interest	
Do. Subsidy	
Do. Grant per capita .
Do. for Lands	
Land Sales	
„   Revenue	
Rents (exclusive of Land)	
„    (Ferries)	
,,    (Timber Leases)	
Free Miners'Certificates	
Mining Receipts, General	
Licences	
Fines, Forfeitures, and Fees	
Sale of Government Property	
Reimbursements in aid	
Miscellaneous Receipts	
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	
2£ per cent. Commission on Tax Sales	
Printing Office Receipts	
Supreme Court	
Law Stamps	
Registry Fees 	
Immigration Refunds	
Interest 	
Survey Fees	
Real Estate Tax Redemption	
Asylum for the Insane	
Revenue Service (Refunds)	
Sale of Consolidated Statutes	
Road Tax 	
Interest on Investments of Sinking Fund	
Tax Sale Deeds	
Chinese Regulation Act, 1884	
Total Receipts of Revenue	
Personal Accounts.
Account Current, Bank of British Columbia	
Island Railway Lands (47 Vic, chap. 14)	
British Columbia Loan Trustees	
Bank of British Columbia, Special Deposit	
Corporation of the City of Victoria	
Columbia and Kootenay Railway and Transportation Co.
Deposits,
J. Clapperton,
E. Duncan,
H. Fry,
J. E. White,
Geo. Kenney,
J. F. Allison,
H. Nicholson,
W. Livingstone,
J. Broadwell,
G. W. Chadsey,
J. Maxwell,
J. Graham,
J. C. Mollet,
Ainsworth, Blasdale & Wright	
W. A. Johnston, Contractor, Sections 5 and 6, Trunk Road	
F. Hussey, Collector, Lytton	
T. McK. Lambly,       ,, Okanagan	
Nicola 	
Comox	
Cowichan	
Skeena	
Omineca	
Similkameen	
Osoyoos	
Lillooet	
Salt Spring Island	
Sumas	
Salt Spring Island	
Lorne Creek	
Alberni	
H. B. Roycraft, Superintendendent of Police	
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works	
The Hon. the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works (Advance Account).
The Hon. the Attorney-General (Advance Account)	
S. D. Pope, Superintendent of Education      do	
Thos. Elwyn, Deputy Provincial Secretary	
C. J. Leggatt, Acting Registrar-General of Titles	
Thomas Harris, Registrar under Marriage Ordinances	
J. E. McMillan,        do. do. 	
J. C. Prevost, Registrar, Supreme Court	
R. Jones, Assessor, Victoria	
C. Booth,       „ „      	
W. K. Bull,    „ „      	
W. Livingstone, Sub-Accountant, Lillooet	
Cash in hand of Deputy Treasurer on 1st July, 1884
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
C. Warwick, Sub-Accountant, New Westminster, 1st July, 1884
A. W. Vowell,
J. Bowron,
G. C. Tunstall,
F. Soues,
M. Bray,
A. W. Vowell.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Cassiar,
Cariboo,
do.
do.
do.
Clinton, do.
Nanaimo, do.
Kootenay, 30th June, 1885,
Fiscal Year.
1st July, 1884,
TO
30th June, 1885.
29,151 06
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
174,579 41
5,341 25
180 00
175 00
674 57
8,155 00
4,601 00
22,215 00
7,220 10
7 50
206 25
1,893 64
3,609 86
1,130 00
22,009 50
59 34
64,029 00
17,833 19
16,788 34
939 57
7,657 27
1 22
1,672 72
2,030 20
3,544 95
10,778 81
50 00
3,626 30
430 00
■ 151 08
88 75
109 75
10 00
74 80
4,605 18
90 00
1,780 00
$600,398 61
536,777 94
3,806 30
94 94
100,000 00
1,220 78
25,000 00
2,398 88
954 50
9,858 45
32,762 35
6,470 25
2,574 92
860 23
4,604 64
992 50
297 50
420 00
1,501 00
317 60
34 77
59 00
555 84
1,106 50
84 60
4,972 55
112,191 20
1,875 00
1,750 00
450 00
2,304 07
6,078 38
250 00
430 00
6,967 00
792 25
20,233 36
6,036 00
600 00
15,724 31
1,806 79
514 44
491 12
1,670 63
1,188 44
985 85
655 24
$1,520,613 63
Heads of Expenditure.
I.—Public Debt :—
Interest $ 45,327 00
Sinking Fund (Dominion Savings Bank), Loan Act, 1874  699 86
Do.         (Trustees' account), Loan Act, 1877  14,550 00
Accrued Interest on Sinking Fund invested  4,448 32
Premium and Exchange  240 00
Discount and Commission  583 77
II.—Civil Government (Salaries)	
III.—Administration of Justice (Salaries) -.	
IV.—Legislation    	
V.—Public Institutions (maintenance):—
Assay Office  $     196 25
Printing Office  2,459 26
Asylum for the Insane  7,077 98
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 	
XIII.—Miscellaneous^Expenditure	
Total Expenditure	
Personal Accounts.
Account Current, Bank of British Columbia	
Island Railway Lands, 47 Vic., Chap. 14	
Bank of British Columbia, Special Deposit	
The Corporation of the City of Victoria	
Bank of British Columbia, Special Deposit, (Ainsworth & Co.)	
Deposits 	
Ainsworth, Blasdale & Wright	
W. A. Johnston, Contractor, Sections 5 and 6, Trunk Road	
F Hussey, Collector, Clinton	
T. McK. Lambly,        „        Okanagan  .■	
J. Clapperton, ,,        Nicola	
E. Duncan, „        Comox	
H. Fry, ,,        Cowichan	
J. E. White, „        Skeena	
Geo. Kenney, ,,        Omineca	
J. F. Allison, „        Similkameen	
H. Nicholson, ,,        Osoyoos	
W. Livingstone ,,        Lillooet	
J. Broadwell, ,,        Salt Spring Island	
G. W. Chadsey, ,,        Sumas 	
J. Maxwell, ,,        Salt Spring Island	
A. Graham, „ Lorne Creek	
J. C. Mollet, „ Alberni	
H. B. Roycraft, Superintendent of Police, Victoria	
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works	
The Hon. the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works, (Advance Account)	
The Hon. the Provincial Secretary (Advance account)    	
The Hon. the Attorney-General do. 	
S. D. Pope, Superintendent of Education	
Thos. Elwyn, Deputy Provincial Secretary	
C. J. Leggatt, Acting Registrar-General of Titles	
Thomas Harris, Registrar under Marriage Ordinances 	
J. E. McMillan,        do. do. 	
J. C. Prevost, Registrar, Supreme Court	
R. Jones, Assessor, Victoria	
C. Booth, „ 	
W. K. Bull, „ 	
J. Glassey, late Toll Collector	
W. Dewdney, Sub-Accountant, Yale, on 1st July, 1884	
J. L. Crimp, „ Cassiar,       ,, 	
Cash in hands of Deputy Treasurer on 30th June, 1885   	
Do. C. Warwick, Sub-Accountant, New Westr., on 30th June, 1885 ..
Do. J. Bowron, do. Cariboo, do.
Do. G. C. Tunetall, do. Kamloops, do.
Do. F. Soues, do. Clinton, do.
Do. M. Bray, do. Nanaimo, do.
Do. J. L. Crimp, do. Cassiar, do.
Do. W. Dewdney, do. Okanagan do.
Fiscal Year.
1st July, 1884,
TO
30th June, 1885.
65,848 95
55,851 06
58,888 88
14,414 27
9,733 49
17,326 60
45,904 87
71,161 52
4,087 88
48 50
8,219 37
69,160 02
4,256 41
180,879 04
3,317 83
46,849 27
655,437 86
642,288 21
887 21
50,000 00
882 39
25,000 00
587 29
954 50
9,868 45
32,463 93
6,414 00
2,650 76
855 23
4,623 81
1,000 00
297 50
420 00
1,318 01
317 50
84 77
59 00
565 84
979 00
84 60
4,572 65
112,191 20
1,325 00
1,087 00
1,750 00
450 00
2,804 07
6,073 38
250 00
430 00
6,967 00
792 25
20,233 36
6,036 00
202 24
155 47
395 21
8,820 28
3,179 28
1,758 50 .
1,374 96
996 25
701 17
260 98
437 62
$1,520,813 63
Examined and pound Correct.
J. McB. SMITH,
Auditor.
20th Dettmbtr, 1881.
J. JUDSOK YOUNG,
Deputy   Treasurer. 122c.
REVENUE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED 30th JUNE, 1885.
Return of Revenue Collected and brought to Account at the Treasury, prom 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
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.
Coast
District.
Total.
Cowichan.
SaltSpring
Island.
Yale
and
Lytton.
Similkameen and
Osoyoos.
Nicola.
Kamloops
>kanagan
Cariboo.
Omineca.
Cassiar.
Skeena.
Dominion of Canada :—
Yearly payment of Interest     $29,151 06
Do.             Subsidy      35,000 00
Do.             for Lands conveyed     100,000 00
212,151 06
,
4212,161 06
174,679 41
24,954 50
S2S 00
2,235 00
81 00
2,490 50
639 00
1,713 00
752 00
370 00
27 00
3,708 00
37,047 06
1,038 00
17,298 00
266 00
43,283 50
422 50
16,655 60
269 00
5,231 50
132 50
3,558 75
164 00
2,297 00
711 00
13,737 00
131 00
47 75
317 50
20 00
180 00
380 00
125 00
50 00
70 69
603 88
35 00
17 50
1,212 60
102 50
674 57
245 00
67 50
230 00
202 25
5 00
15 00
2 50
270 00
122 50
5,870 00
1,287 50
410 00
75 00
40 00
260 00
65 00
3,595 00
2,036 00
30 00
11 50
115 00
960 00
215 00
1,252 50
521 50
1,625 00
977 50
3,540 00
650 50
2,565 00
2,076 50
2,360 00
120 00
142 50
35 00
690 00
320 00
735 00
S 50
925 66
508 00
390 00
6 00
8,155 0O
4,601 00
695 00
1,025 00
310 00
61 00
15 00
735 00
2,136 00
60 00
188 35
22,215 00
7,220 10
7 50
2 50
23 50
7 50
45 00
4 00
4 75
87 50
247 25
11 92
220 00
65 00
206 25
750 50
2,849 65
882 39
18 50
50
165 00
1,893 64
3,609 86
10 75
25 00
141 50
35 00
13,348 08
503 50
30 00
20 00
6 50
40 00
6,570 34
1 75
63 79
20 00
580 00
5 00
10 00
2,091 08
22,009 50
59 34
Arrears, Real Estate Tax, (1865-66)	
30 94
1 19
S,508 54
397 08
2 20
2,008 09
89 74
16 70
297 04
94 97
8 31
1,215 39
1,286 46
70 10
412 00
162 14
23 47
396 16
58 32
27 75
4,212 68
685 54
25 00
2,191 25
60 00
1,024 98
1,294 89
356 59
273 42
15 00
100 00
762 73
888 58
828 52
996 10
762 99
437 00
1,208 28
878 50
25, 62
160 86
473 27
661 20
37 52
24 00
590 17
135 60
17,883 19
16,788 34
939 57
7,707 96
753 20
600 25
38 75
123 40
496 62
373 04
20 00
87
52 00
10 00
14 60
371 75
479 45
377 71
10 00
270 30
1,713 00
16 25
789 95
90 00
35
57 00
9 50
1 22:
75
1 50
109 75
1,651 72
1,967 00
1,672 72
2,030 20
23 70
32 00
12 50
4,473 28
7 00
108 75
20 00
20 25
6,073 38
8 00
43 15
20 00
10,778 81
3,500 00
25 30
110 00
3,625 30
80 00
85 00
55 00
100 00
430 00
88 75
10 00
88 75
10 00
74 80
74 80
143 72
3 51
2 75
1 10
151 08
50 00
4,605 18
1,709 80
50 00
4,605 18
374 00
5,394 00
378 00
810 50
1,206 00
34 00
5,505 00
102 80
14,817 00
1,220 00
263 15
2,733 00
95 60
2,010 00
350 00
5 00
14,925 00
20 00
123 10
3,432 00
8 00
402 00
19 00
342 00
3,644 95
7,269 00
843 00
1,950 00
1,107 00
405 00
468 00
420 00
423 00
190 00
64,029 00
1,780 00
9
230,258 41
23,440 59
31,289 68
7,850 45
5,113 90
605 61
14,417 06
1,500 58
11,435 95
53,015 76
39,963 80
19,387 01
2,550 76
55,574 73
19,284 39
1	
21,228 37
25,880 23
14,967 13
297 50
4,710 48
2,219 00
15,407 22
$600,398 61
Audit Office,
20th December, 1885.
J. McB. SMITH,
Auditor. Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885,
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Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
EXPENDITURE.
SUMMARY   OF   EXPENDITURE   FOR  THE   FISCAL  YEAR
ENDED   30TH   JUNE,   1885.
[Period fkom 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.]
SERVICE.
I.—Public Debt	
II.—Civil Government (Salaries)	
III.—Administration of Justice (Salaries)	
IV.—Legislation	
V.—Public Institutions (Maintenance).-	
VI.—Hospitals and Charities	
VII.—Administration of Justice (other than Salaries).
VIII.—Education	
IX.—Transport 	
X.—Bent	
XI.—Revenue Services	
XII.—Public Works :—
Works and Buildings	
Government House, Victoria	
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves	
Surveys	
XIII.—Miscellaneous	
318 40
24 00
223 00
54 00
817 80
500 90
12 50
20 00
1,015 86
427 79
4,580 04
15 00
2,773 54
3 11,059 83
Total
Expenditure.
i 65,848 95
55,851 06
58,888 88
14,414 27
9,733 49
17,326 50
45,904 87
71,151 52
4,087 88
48 50
8,219 37
69,160 02
4,256 41
180,379 04
3,317 83
46,849 27
9 655,437 86
Audit Office,
SOth December, 1885.
J. McB. SMITH,
Auditor, 49 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
125
EXPENDITURE.
RECAPITULATION    OF    EXPENDITURE    EOR    THE    FISCAL    YEAR
ENDED  30th  JUNE,   1885.
[Period From 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.]
Page.
Vote.
Service.
Arrears.
EXPENDITURE
Total.
129
1
2
3
4
6
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
SO
31
32
32a
No Vote
33
34
35
36
37
88
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
I.—Public Debt.
3 277 00
345,327 00
19,698 18
240 00
683 77
II.—Civil Government (Salaries).
65,848 95
129
1,500 00
11,401 14
8,280 00
8,420 00
5,040 00
6,889 92
950 00
375 00
7,562 23
1,920 00
3,512 77
129
Provincial Secretary and Minister of Mines 33838.66 )
129
do.                  Printing Branch   7562.48) 	
ISO
130
130
130
130
130
III.—Administration of Justice (Salaries).
65,851 06
131
2,700 00
2,000 00
960 00
7,884 46
840 00
8,606 96
1,800 00
6,093 90
6,603 92
3,658 75
3,728 02
1,877 14
6,120 00
1,253 33
600 00
3,000 00
978 40
1,184 00
131
Sheriffs	
131
131
131
131
131
131
131
132
132
132
132
132
132
132
300 00
18 40
132
IV.—Lesislation.
133
10,000 00
2,736 00
7 50
166 00
455 50
1,059 27
132
133
133
24 00
133
133
V.—Public Institutions (Maintenance).
14,414 27
133
196 25
2,469 25
7,077 98
133
135
223 00
VI.—Hospitals and Charities.
9,733 49
135
5,000 00
4,500 00
4,000 00
2,500 00
54 00
397 50
375 00
600 00
135
135
135
135
54 00
135
135
135
17,326 60
896 40
222,063 1„ 126
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
141
51
141
52
142
53
142
54
142
55
145
56
145
57
148
58
149
59
149
60
160
61
161
62
162
63
162
64
163
65
163
66
164
67
164
68
166
69
166
70
166
71
166
72
166
73
167
74
168
75
172
172
172
172
172
173
173
173
173
173
173
174
174
174
174
174
175
175
175
176
175
175
175
175
175
175
175
175
175
175
176
176
176
176
176
176
176
176
176
176
176
176
176
Vote.
78
79
80
81
82
84
85
90
91
92
93
94
95
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
116
117
117A
117AA
117B
117c
117D
1171!
Brought forward	
VII.—Administration of Justice (other than Salaries).
Summoning and Paying Jurors and Witnesses.
Prosecution and Interpreters	
Expenses of Inquests	
Criminal 	
Rewards	
Keep of Prisoners  	
Rents	
Special Constables	
Transport of Prisoners and Constables	
Miscellaneous	
VIII.—Education.
Education Office	
Victoria City District 	
Victoria District	
Esquimalt District	
Cowichan      do	
Nanaimo       do	
Comox do	
New Westminster City ....
do. 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 .
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. New Westminster...
do. do. Nanaimo	
do. do. Yale District	
do. do. Lillooet District
Repairs to Asylum for the Insane, including Physician's residence..
do.       Victoria Gaol	
do.       Gaol at New Westminster	
do.        Lock-up at Nicola nearClapperton's	
do.       Government Buildings, Kootenay 	
Government Buildings at Forks of Quesnelle	
Furniture for Government Offices througout the Province	
Improvement of Government Reserves   	
Insurance of Government Buildings	
Public School, Johnson Street (Construction)	
do. South Cowichan (Kokasailah).
do. South Cedar	
do. Lake	
do. Langley	
do. West Matsqui	
do. Priest's Valley, Okanagan
do. North Thompson River....
do. Big Bar, Lillooet	
do. Westham Island, (Canoe ]
do. Langley Prairie	
do. Victoria (Repairs)	
do. Victoria (Furniture)	
do. Shawnigan (Fencing)	
do. Clover Valley	
do. Mayne Island	
do. North Gabriola	
do. Wellington	
do. Sooke 	
Esquimalt (out-houses, etc.).
do.
Gaol at Clinton .
do.     Lytton (fencing)	
In aid of Provincial Agricultural Institution and Museum
Hospital at Nanaimo (fever ward) 	
Public School, Trenant (painting)	
do. Craigflower (repairs)	
do. South Saanich (furniture)	
do. Upper Sumas (repairs)	
do. Quamichan (furniture)	
Carried forward.
8 00
275 00
16 00
2 50
40 00
27 30
277 75
171 25
18 00
270 30
3 00
72 36
82 62
22 50
649 45
97 64
50 00
2,988 45
expenditure
9,011 42
1,576 60
743 95
173 26
140 00
16,909 60
619 00
7,877 74
8,474 30
378 97
427 88
3,563 49
96 51
1,507 29
191 60
48 25
156 84
291 80
20,695 14
435 64
24,999 88
262 50
848 50
752 00
1,808 37
158 41
1,968 85
1,591 63
385 00
407 50
429 20
504 48
475 00
625 00
585 00
541 25
388 00
40 00
451 52
983 00
55 50
75 00
100 00
197 00
99 50
150 00
25 00
1,539 49
99 62
2,500 00
500 00
45 00
26 00
50 00
100 00
26 00
67,119
Total.
222,063 15
45,904 87
71.151 52
4,087 88
48 50
8,219 37
351,475 29 49 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
127
Page.
Vote.
Service.
Arrears.
EXPENDITURE
Total.
117f
117g
117h
117i
117k
No Vote
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
146    .
146A
146AA
No Vote
147
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
166
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
2,988 45
67,119 26
194 00
498 00
624 25
260 00
255 01
219 50
351,475 29
176
XII.—Public Works (Works and Buildings)—Concluded.
176
177
177
177
255 01
177
XII.—Public Works (Government House, Victoria).
165 61
133 00
69,160 02
177
394 10
1,048 41
74 25
917 46
1,001 61
136 58
600 00
84 00
177
177
177
102 60
177
177
26 68
177
178
XII.—Public Works (Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves).
18 00
4,256 41
180
10,928 08
6,682 55
7,062 22
7,262 60
1,695 56
9,973 35
3,549 68
30,570 24
8,114 70
6,000 00
1,000 00
963 12
20,701 02
10,611 87
10,014 41
3,361 82
1,894 73
37,655 47
750 00
1,656 84
183 33
247 50
181
181
182
182
92 25
35 12
183
184
188
2,566 06
188
188
188
189
192
1,888 61
193
194
194
194
197
197
197
197
197
XII.—Public Works (Surveys).
15 00
180,379 04
3,317 83
198
198
XIII.—Miscellaneous.
2,523 18
3,709 59
2,295 83
1,429 36
2,014 77
436 75
507 24
3,603 97
281 63
200 00
1,500 00
500 00
1,000 00
500 00
1,000 00
500 00
250 00
260 00
500 00
382 60
1,000 00
1,451 76
62 50
2,133 81
200 00
300 00
4,709 60
4,163 49
187 50
2,077 15
2,002 84
199
199
199
200
200
200
112 30
125 74
201
201
201
201
201
202
202
202
202
do.             in aid of purchasing engine (New Westminster)	
202
202
202
202
202
202
202
202
202
Jas. Lindsay   Compensation for Loss by Fire	
202
C Phair—Compensation for Services	
204
Miscellaneous not detailed  	
32 00
3 60
204
Immigration  	
204
Iratuity to Wife of late Thos. Harris, Sheriff	
205
206
Compensation to Squatters, pursuant to report of Select Committee	
8,559 83
41,673 57
608,588 59 128
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
Page.
Vote.
Service.
Arrears.
expenditure
Total.
180
18z
No Vote
No Vote
No Vote
8,559 83
41,673 57
100 00
2,500 00
1,993 20
500 00
82 60
608,688 69
206
XIII.—Miscellaneous.—Concluded.
Compensation to J. Barnes for Improvements on Lots in Victoria, sold )
2,500 00
206
Compensation to Hon. A. DeCosmos for services as Special Agent of   )
206
Quarantine of Small-pox Patients on Island Railway Works at Nanaimo.
206
206
Completing copying Records for New Westminster Land Registry Office
46,849 27
11,059 83
655,437 86
J. McB. SMITH,
Auditor,
Audit Office,
SOth December, 1885. ) Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
129
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, 1885.
[Period from 1st July,  1884, to 30th June,  1885.]
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrea rs.
$   cts
Bank of B. C, London ..
Various persons    	
Bank of British Columbia
Bank of British Columbia
for B. C. Loan Trustees
Do. do.
Bank of British Columbia
B. C. Loan Trustees	
Bank of British Columbia
Bank of British Columbia
Bank of B. C, London
Bank of British Columbia
London Brokers	
Capt R G Tatlow .
C Maddams	
F T James	
Hon J Robson	
T Elwyn 	
D Deasy	
A Holmes	
Henry Cathcart, Jr
R Wolfenden	
G Williams	
R Butler	
F Partridge 	
F Shakespeare	
J Pottinger	
M C McDowell	
FWylde	
W J Bowden	
Pay sheet	
H Cathcart	
Hon J Robson	
Hon S Duck	
Jas J Young	
JMcBSmith	
A Flett	
I.—PUBLIC DEBT.
Vote No. 1.—Interest.
1? months' interest, at 6 per cent, on $727,500, 40 Vic, Chap, 20....
12 months' interest, at 7 per cent, on $20,000, 37 Vic, Chap  21	
Interest on overdraft to 30th June, 1884   	
Vote No. 2.—Sinking Fund.
1 per cent, on 8727,500, 40 Vic, c. 20, payable in London, 31st Dec. 1884
Do. do. do. do. 30th June, 1885
Annual payment on $20,000, 37 Vic, Chap. 21, payable 31st Dec, 1884
Accrued interest on investment of sinking fund, 40 Vic Chap. 20, reinvested in London, £917 3s. 7d	
Accrued annual interest on sinking fund deposits, 37 Vic, Chap. 21..
Vote No. 3.—Premium and Exchange.
Exchange on drafts to London, 40 Vic, Chap. 20	
Vote No. 4.—Discount and Commission.
Commission on payment of coupons, 40 Vic, Chap. 20	
Discount in London on £6,000 draft at 60 days sight (being 12 days late)
Brokerage in London on investment of Sinking Fund, 40 Vic, Chap. 20
IL—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).
Vote No. 5.—Lieutenant-Governor's Office.
Private Secretary, 12 months to 30th June, 1885,        @ $100 per month
Messenger, 8 mos., 1st July, 1884, to 28th Feb., 1885, 25       „
Messenger, 4 mos., 1st March to 30th June, 1885, 25       ,,
Vote No.
-Provincial Secretary and Minister of Mines.
Provincial Seeretary, 21st March to 30th June, 1885, @ $250 per month
Deputy Provincial Sec, 12 mos. to SOth June, 1885, 170 „
Messenger, 3 mos., 1st July to SOth Septembei, 1884, 72 50    ,,
Do        9 mos., 1st October, 1S84, to 30th June, 1885,  72 50   „
Do        L. & W. D., 1st January to 30th June, 1886,     15 „
Printing Branch.
Superintendent, 12 months to 30th June, 1885,
Printer,
Do.
Do.
Do.
Sessional Printer,
Do.
Do.
lio.
do.
do.
do.
do.
, 1884, to 30th June, 1885,
, 1884, to 11th April, 1885,
, 1884, to 30th June, 1885,
@ $170 per month
100       „
100       „
do.
do.
do.
do.
17th Dec.
18th Dec.
26th Dec
22nd to 31st Dec, 1884.
Overtime during Session	
Allowance lighting fires from 16th Dec. to 31st March
Vote No. 7.—Treasury.
Minister of Finance, 1st July, 1884, to to 20thMarch, 1885, @ $250
„ „ 21st March to 30th June 1885, 250
Deputy Treasurer, 12 months to 30th June, 1885, 170
Auditor, do. do. 170
Clerk, do. do. 100
277 00
*m,
Carried forward.
43,650 00
1,400 00
277 00
7,275 00
7,275 00
543 00
4,448 32
166 86
441 00
47 83
94 94
1,200 00
200 00
100 00
838 66
2,040 00
217 50
652 50
90 00
2,040 00
1,200 00
1,200 00
780 00
780 00
518 71
305 46
371 61
25 80
310 90
30 00
2,161 34
838 66
2,040 00
2,040 00
1,200 00
19,698 18
240 00
583 77
65,848 95
8,280 00 130
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts,
Hon. W Smithe...
WS Gore	
F G Richards, Jr..
S Phipps 	
A S Farwell	
S A Roberts	
Hon A E B Davie.
P tE Irving	
C J Leggatt	
RF Tolmie	
HH Wootton	
R H Armstrong ..
C EHolt	
J A Mara	
Thornton Fell	
John Creeden	
EALeigh  	
Harvey H Coombs
Samuel Roberts ..
R H Pidcock	
Henry Fry	
J Phillips	
R J Bentley, M. D
Do. do.
J Phillips	
J F Strange	
H Young	
R J Armstrong ...
H Williams	
H Lancaster	
R H Taylor 	
E B Keith	
David Gunn	
Flora Ross	
Flora Goodacre ...
E Hill	
Louis Bertram
Jane Munday ....
R Jones	
C Booth	
THGiffln	
B H John	
F C Wolfenden ...
G Jay, Jr	
J Kaye.	
Henry Cathcart...
N Fitzstubbs	
J R A Richards..
GM Sproat	
A S Farwell	
S A Roberts	
J M Sparrow	
WF McCulloch...
Brought forward	
II.—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Concluded.
Vote No. 8.—Lands & Works Department.
Chief Commissioner, 12 months to 30th June, 1885, @ $250 per month
Surveyor-General, ,, „ 170      „
Draughtsman, ,, ,, 140       ,,
Clerk of Records, „ „ 100       „
Asst. Draughtsman, 1st Dec, 1884, to Jan. 31st, 1885, 160       ,,
Do. 14th Nov., 1884, to 15th Jan., 1885, 100       „
Vote No.
-Attorney-General's Department.
Attorney-General, 12 months to 30th June, 1885,      @ $250 per month
Deputy Attorney-General, 12 m., to 30th June, 1885,      170       „
Vote No. 10.—Land Registry Office.
Acting Registrar-General, 12 months to 30th June, 1885, 9 months @
$160 and 3 months @ $170 per month
1st Clerk, 12 months to 30th June, 1885, 125       „
2nd              do.                     do. 60       „
Deputy Registrar-General   at New Westminster, 12 months to 30th
June, 1855, @ $166 66 ¥ month
Clerk, 12 months to 30th June, 1885, 60
Vote No. 11.—Legislation.
Speaker of House of Assembly, Sessional Allowance	
Clerk, do. do. 	
do. do. 	
Vote No. 12.—Registration of Voters.
Collector of Voters for Victoria City and Esquimalt Districts from 1st
July, 1884, to 30th April, 1885, 10 months, @ $12 50 per month
Collector of Voters for Victoria City and Esquimalt Districts from 1st
May to 30th June, 1885, @ $12 50 per month
Collector of Voters, Victoria District, 12 months to 30th June, 1885..
Collector of Voters, Comox District, 12 months to 30th June, 1885...
Collector of Voters, Cowichan District, 12 months to 30th June, 1885.
Vote No. 14.—Asylum for the Insane.
Superintendent, 1st July to 31st Dec, 1884, @ $100 5S month
Medical Officer, 1st July to 31st December, 1884, 33 33
Medical Superintendent, 1st January to 30th June, 1885       208 33
Steward, 1st January to 30th June, 1885 75
1st Keeper, 12 mo. to 30th June, 1885, 6 mo. @ $50, & 6 mo. 60
2nd do. do. 6 mo. @ $45, & 6 mo. 55
3rd do. do. 6 mo. @ $45, & 6 mo. 65
4th do. do. 6 mo. @ $45, & 6 mo. 50
6th do. do. 6 mo. @ $45, & 6 mo. 50
6th 14th January to 30th June, 1886, 45
Nightwatchman, 1st July, 1884, to 31st March, 1885, 9 mo. 45
do. 1st April to 30th June, 1885, 3 months,     45
Matron, 12 months to 30th June, 1885, 50
Assistant Matron, 14th April to SOth June, 1885, 40
Cook, 1st July to 31st August, 1884, 2 months, 40
Cook, 1st September, 1884, to 30th June, 1885, 10 months, 40
Washerwoman, 12 months to 30th June, 1885, 10
Vote No. 15.—Revenue Services.
Assessor and Collector, Victoria City, Victoria and Esquimalt Districts.
1st to 31st July, 1885, @ $110 * month
Assessor and Collector, Victoria City, Victoria and Esquimalt Districts.
1st August, 1884, to 30th June, 1885, @ $110 ¥ month
Toll Collector, Cassiar, 6 months, 100
Vote No. 16.—Temporary Departmental Assistance.
Lands & Works Department, 12 mo., to 30th June, 1886, @ $100 ¥ month
Assistance in Sundry Departments, do. 35
Acting Registrar-General, 3rd December, 1884, to 16th March, 1885, at
$5 per day (during Mr. Leggatt's illness),
Provincial Secretary's and Education Office at sundry times, 80 .£ month
Messenger at Lands & Works Department, 1st July to 31st December.
2 months @ $10 and 4 months, 15 ¥ month	
Asst. in Supreme Court, 8th April, 1884, to 30th June,1885, 80       „
Assistance in Lands & Works Office	
Assistance in Provincial Secretary's Office	
Professional services in Land Office, 1st to 28th Feb., 1885	
Provincial Secretary's Office, 16th to 31st January, 1885	
Do.        • do. 	
Education Office, 16th to 30th June, 1885, @ $100 per month ,.
Carried fonoard.
277 00
21,181 14
3,000 00
2,040 00
1,680 00
1,200 00
300 00
200 00
8,420 00
3,000 00
2,040 00
6,040 00
1,950 00
1,500 00
720 00
1,999 92
720 00
6,889 92
250 00
500 00
200 00
960 00
125 00
25 00
100 00
50 00
75 00
375
600 00
199 98
1,249 98
450 00
660 00
600 00
600 00
570 00
540 00
249 65
405 00
135 00
600 00
102 62
80 00
400 00
120 00
7,562 23
110 00
1,210 00
600 00
1,920 00
1,200 00
420 00
620 00
224 77
80 00
774 00
9 00
10 00
150 00
50 00
25 00
50 00
3,512 77
55,851 06
277 00 19 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
131
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
J C Prevost .
B Evans	
Brought forward	
III.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (SALARIES).
Vote No. 17.—Supreme Court.
Registrar Supreme Court, 12 months, to 30th June, 1885
Usher, do. do. do.
Vote No. 18.—Sheriffs.
i $165 !
T Harris  'Sheriff, Victoria, 1st July to 30th Nov., 1884, 5 mo.,        @ $62 50 .
J E McMillan |    Do.     Victoria, 1st Dec, 1884, to 30th June, 1885, 7 mo.,    62 50
W J Armstrong       Do.    New Westr., 1st July, 1884, to SOth June, 1885,12 m. 62 50
S A Rogers       Do.    Cariboo, do. do. 41 66
E A Leigh	
Harvey H Coombe.
HB Roycraft...
J W Hutchison .
W Muldoon
Jno Miles 	
P Driscoll	
E Truran 	
A Workman
C H F Blake....
D Deasy	
J S Helmcken, M D .
J D Campbell.
C Warwick	
J Sprott	
E A Jenns	
W Moresby	
J McNamara ...
G Green	
W Ed wards	
CRMonk	
J Burr	
CNTrew, M D.
E A Sharpe..
Jno Shannan
J Miller	
A W Vowell	
S Redgrave	
Henry Anderson.
John Miles	
J Kirkup	
GM Sproat	
Edward Parker ..
Jno Bowron	
Do	
J Lindsay	
W Stephenson...
Eli Harrison, Jr.
J L B McLain	
J L Crimp	
T H Giffin   	
J Mitchell	
Do	
Robt Wilson
Indian Johnny .
Allan Graham ..
L P Lewis	
Vote No. 19.—County Court.
Registrar County Court, 1st July, 1884, to 30th April, 1885, @ $80 $ m.
Do. do. 1st May to SOth June, 1885, 80   „
Vote No. 20.—Police and Gaols, Victoria.
Supt. of Police, 12 months to 30th June, 1885, @ $133 33 ■$ m
1st Gaoler,                     do.                  do. 100          „
2nd   do.                         do.                  do. 76          „
3rd   do.    1st July, 1884, to 24th April, 1885, 60          „
do.      25th April to 30th June, 1885, 60          „
1st Convict Guard, 12 months to 30th June, 1885, 80          „
2nd          do.                  do.                     do. 60          „
3rd          do.                  do.                      do. 60          „
Nightwatchman and Constable, Government Buildings,
James' Bay, 1st October, 1884, to SOth June, 1885, 72 50     „
Medical Officer, 12 months to SOth June, 1885, 	
Vote No. 21.—Police and Gaols, Esquimalt.
Constable, 12 months, to 30th June, 1885, @ $70      ¥ m
Vote No. 22.—Police and Gaols, New Westminster City.
Government Agent, 12 months, to 30th June, 1885,       @ $133 33 V m
Assistant      do       1st July, 1884, to 31st March, 1885, 75
Registrar Supreme & County Ct., 12 m. to 30th June, 1885,  75
1st Gaoler, 12 months, to SOth June, 1885, 100
2nd   do. do. do. 76
3rd    do. do. do. 60
1st Convict Guard,     do. do. 80
2nd do. do. do. 60
3rd do. do. do. 60
Medical Officer, 6 months, 1st July to 31st December, 1884, 33 33
Vote jMo. 23.—Police and Gaols, New Westminster District.
Constable Port Moody, 1st July, 1884, to 24th of Mch., 1885, @ $ 70 * m.
Do. do. 25th March to 30th June, 1885, 70    „
Do.     Granville, 12 months, to SOth June, 1885, 80   „
Vote No. 24.—Police and Gaols, Kootenay.
Gold Commr. & S. Mag., 12 months to 30th June, 1885, @ $208 33 .
Constable & Collector, Kicking Horse, do. 125
Constable, Wild Horse Creek, do. 100
Do. Kootenay,22d April to30thJune,1885, 80
Do. Farwell, 1st May to SOth June, 1885,   80
Stipendiary Mag. at Farwell, 20th April to 30th June, 1885, 150
Constable at Kicking Horse, 1st May to 30th June, 1885,     100
Vote No. 25.—Police and Gaols, Cariboo.
Government Agent, 12 months, to SOth June, 1885,
Additional allowance for acting as Gold Cemmr., 6 mos.,  "    30
Constables Collector at Richfield, 12 m., to 30th June, 1885, 125
Do. Forks of Quesnelle, do. 133
Stipendiary Magistrate, " do. 41
Messenger, Richfield, 12 months to 30th June, 1885, 10
Vote No. 26.—Police and Gaols, Cassiar.
Gold Commissioner, Laketon, 12 mos., to 30th June, 1885, (g
Constable, Stickeen, 6m., 1st Nov., 1884, to SOth April, 1885,
Acting Recorder, &c, McDame Ck., 1st July to SOth Sept.,
Do., special winter arrangement, 1st Oct., '84, to 31st May, '85,
Acting Recorder & Constable, McDame Creek, month of June
Messenger and wood-cutter, 12 months to 30th June, 1885,
Gold Commissioner, Lorne Ck., 15th April to 30th June, 1885
Constable, Lorne Creek, 25th March to SOth June, 1885,
Carried forward.
$142      $ m.
J150 $ m.
100   „
76   „
25    „
10    „
125    „
100   „
1,980 00
720 00
312 50
437 50
750 00
500 00
800 00
160 00
1,599 96
1,200 00
912 00
583 00
138 00
960 00
720 00
720 00
652 50
400 06
1.599 98
675 00
900 00
1,200 00
912 00
720 00
960 00
720 00
720 00
199 98
614 20
225 80
960 00
2.499 96
1.500 00
1,200 00
183 94
160 00
350 00
5:00 00
1,704 00
180 00
1,500 00
1,600 00
499 92
120 00
1,800 00
600 00
225 00
200 00
75 00
120 00
315 75
323 00
2,700 00
960 00
7,884 46
840 0
1,300 00
3,658 75
277 001 | 40,147 132
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
9   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
F Hussey	
W Dewdney	
Geo Wise	
Jno Glassey	
J Kirkup	
CTodd  	
J Kirkup	
G C Tunstall 	
WH Smith	
M Bray 	
A Dick   	
W Stewart	
S Drake	
H L Booth	
A Hamilton	
D Stephenson	
D Cluness, M D	
Geo Kier	
D W Mainguy	
W Anderson	
J Rodello	
T Beckensell	
F Soues	
W Livingstone	
C Phair	
W B Anderson	
Walter Dewdney...
J J Alexander	
Various Members ..
Various Members ..
"Free Press"	
Jno Camp	
"British Columbian
Munroe Miller	
Thos Storey	
W K Bull	
W C Robinson	
W E Bull	
WH Edman	
Henry Soar	
"Colonist"	
Wm Ellis 	
J P Burgess	
Jno Weiler	
Brought forward	
III.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (SALARIES).—Concluded.
Vote No. 27.—Police and Gaols, Yale and Lytton.
Government Agent, Lytton, 12 mos. to SOth June. 1885,     @ $100 3j) m.
Do. Yale, 1st July to 31st Oct., 1884, 100   „
Collector & Constable, Yale, 12th Aug., '84, to SOth June, '85 80   „"
Toll Collector & Constable, 1st July, 1884, to 31st Jan., 1885      80   ,,
Constable, Savona and Lytton, 1st July to 10th December, 1884, and
14th to 31st March, 1885, @ $80 $1 m.
Stipendiary Magistrate, 15th January to 30th June, 1885, 41 66 ,,
Difference on 3 mos.' salary during leave of absence ($80 in lieu of $75)
Vote No. 28.—Police and Gaols, Kamloops.
Government Agent, 12 months to 30th June, 1885,
Constable, 9th February to 30th June, 1885,
Vote No  29.—Police and Gaols, Nanaimo.
Government Agent, 12 months to 30th June, 1885,
Inspector of Mines, 12       ,, ,,
Constable & Gaoler, 12       ,, ,,
Convict Guard, 12       ,, ,,
Constable, 12       ,, ,,
Constable, 1st April to 30th June, 1885,
Constable, Wellington, 12 months to SOth June, 1885,
Medical Officer, 12       „ „
Vote No. 30.—Police and Gaols, Cowichan.
Constable, Cowichan, 12 months to 30th June, 1885, @ $60 ,j) m.
Do.       Chemainus, 1st Dec, 1884, to 30th June, 1885, 60   „
Do.       Salt Spring Island, 29th April to 30th June, 1885,     50   „
Vote No. 31.—Police and Gaols, Comox.
Constable, 1st July, 1884, to 31st March, 1885,
Do.       1st April to SOth June, 1885,
Vote No. 32.—Police and Gaols, Lillooet District.
Government Agent, Clinton, 12 months to 30th June, 1885, @ $125 $ m.
Constable and Collector, Lillooet, 1st to 15th January, & 15th April to
31st August, 1884, @ $100 $ m.
Constable & Collector, Lillooet, 1st Sept., '84, to 30th June, '85,    100   „
Vote No. 32a.—Police and Gaols, Skeena.
Constable, 24th June, 1884, to 30th June, 1885,
No Vote.—Police and Gaols, Okanagan.
@ $125 59 m.
80   „
@ $100 $ m.
85
60
80
9 $50 ® m.
- 50    ,,
9 $80 ¥ m.
Gov't Agent, Okanagan, 1st Nov., 1884, to 30th June, 1885, @ $125 ® m
Constable, „ 21st April to 30th June, 1885, 80   ,
IV.—LEGISLATION.
Vote No. 33.—Indemnity to Members.
Sessional allowance, 25 members, @ $400 each
Vote No. 34.—Mileage.
From and to place of residence	
Vote No. 35.—Registration of Voters.
Advertising qualification of voters	
Rent of room for holding Court of Revision .
Vote No.
-Expenses of Elections.
Printing 16 Voters' Lists	
Perforating and binding ballot papers, Victoria City Election.
Making 4 ballot boxes, „ ,,
Services as Returning Officer, ,, ,,
Do.      Election Clerk, ,, ,,
Do.      Poll Clerk, ,, „
Do. do. „ „
Do. do. „
Advertising, ,, ,,
Erecting ballot screens, ,, ,,
Fitting polling room, ,, „
Use of chairs and expressage, ,, ,,
Carried forward	
1,200 00
400 00
852 00
560 00
471 89
229 13
15 00
1,500 00
377 14
1,200 00
1,080 00
1,020 00
720 00
960 00
180 00
720 00
240 00
720 00
420 00
113 S3
450 00
150 00
500 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
184 00
2 50
5 00
24 00
6 00
14 00
50 00
15 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
9 00
2 50
4 00
2 00
40,147 99
3,728 02
1,877 14
1,253 33
3,000 00
1,184 00
8,888 88
10,000 00
2,736 00
7 50
619 40 140 501   12,743 50 49 Vic. Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885,
133
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts,
C Davies	
W K Bull	
Harvey Coombe ...
J T Howard	
"Standard"	
"Evening Post" ...
"Evening Times" ..
James Parsons 	
F L Tuckfield	
Chas McCormack ..
Dom Gov Telegraph
M&H AFox	
Wm Smith	
Thornton Fell	
J Weiler	
Munroe Miller	
R T Williams	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
G Harris	
Langley & Co	
Jno Murray	
James Burney	
FMCorder	
Welch, Rithet&Co..
Customs, Victoria....
TN Hibben & Co... .
M W Waitt & Co	
Palmer & Rey	
Marder, Luse & Co...
Bank of British Columbia
A Ofner 	
Shears & Page	
P McQuade & Son	
G & J Doughty	
J Dassonville :
Wells, Fargo & Co	
Langley & Co	
Mrs Deasy	
Union Truck & Dray Co
Albion Iron Works.	
Neuf elder & Ross
A Gregory	
D A McLennan ..
Jno Johnson	
R Dickinson	
L Willie	
Martha Harvey ..
W R Austin	
Joseph Wise	
D L Curtis & Co .
Brought forward   	
IV.—LEGISLATION.—Concluded.
Vote No. 36.—Expenses of Elections.—Concluded.
Services as door-keeper, Victoria City Election 	
Expressage on door screens,   ,, ,, 	
4 certified copies of List of Voters, Victoria City	
Vote No. 37.—Contingent Fund, Telegrams, &c.
Carriage for Officers H. M. S. Satellite at opening Legislative Assembly
Advertising notices	
2 copies for Legislative Assembly during session	
2     ,, ,, ,, and advertising	
4     ,,     Colonist ,, „ 	
4     ,,     Standard        „ ,, 	
Mainland Guardian and Free Press ,,
Telegrams  .-	
Knives for Assembly Room	
Assistant Messenger	
Supplies, &c, during session, per agreement, $200 ; washing towels,
Crockery ware and hire of chairs, &c	
Invitation cards	
Vote No. 38.—Journals and Statutes Binding.
Binding 222 vols. Journals, 1884, and extra Statutes	
,, 225 vols. Sessional Papers	
„ 222 vols. Journals, 1885	
„ extra number of Journals and Statutes	
,, 47 vols. Statutes, 1879-80	
,, 2 vols. Laws of B. C	
,, Rules of Court and Reports, &c	
V.—PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).
Vote No. 39.—-Assay Office, Cariboo.
209 sacks of charcoal    	
Soapstone, cover for furnace, and bone ash	
Taking care of tools and plant at Assay Office, Jan, to June, 1885.
Vote No. 40.—Printing Office, Victoria.
Cartage of printing material	
Expressage of parcels to Post Office	
Freight on printing material from San Francisco	
Duty, storage, &c., on       do. do. 	
Paper, &c	
Do	
Type and sundry printing material ,	
Do. do.	
Exchange on draft for   do. 	
Soap, broom, coal oil, &c	
Towels, water-proof sheeting, &c	
10 gallons of Skidegate oil	
2 lye brushes	
Repairing and cleaning clock	
Charges on printing material	
Potash, sponges, &c    	
Washing towels from 1st July to 31st December, 1884	
Drayage of engine to Foundry	
Repairing engine and cartage	
Vote No. 41.—Asylum for the Insane, New Westminster.
Groceries, 12 months, to 30th June, 1885	
Fish, do. do.
Milk, 1st Julv, 1884, to 28th February, 1885	
Milk, 1st March to 30th June, 1885	
Meat and vegetables, 12 months, to 30th June, 1885
Bread for July, 1884	
Do. from 1st August, 1884, to 30th June, 1885....
Potatoes 	
Fuel.
Coal and wood, 12 months, to 30th June, 1885	
Medicines.
Medicines, 12 months, to 30th June, 1885	
Carried forward..
$   cts.
140 50    12,743 50
5 00
3 75
3 00
5 30
8 00
8 25
1 00
35 70
41 50
100 00
201 00
38 00
5 00
167 40
371 25
155 4C
39 60
47 00
7 42
371 30
156 75
4 5C
35 00
50
50
1 80
48 15
467 97
1,372 00
267 72
165 75
1 10
10 87
6 93
7 75
2 50
2 00
36 90
4 00
6 00
1 00
56 80
1,557 87
100 25
234 84
133 97
1,882 19
60 11
675 55
455 50
27
14,414 27
2,459 26
4,649 46
769 15
185 96
8,260 07 134
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
W J Jeffree	
R Thomas	
Douglas & Deighton .
James Ellard & Co ...
Brought forward	
V.—PUHLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).—Continued.
Vote No. 41.—Asylum for the Insane.—Continued.
Clothing.
Sundry clothing, 12 months, to 30th June, 1885	
5 pairs of women's shoes	
Sewing mitts	
Four hats	
J Cunningham & Co
J A Calbick	
Robt Law	
TR Pearson &Co...
C McNaughten	
Chas Major	
Sundry cooking utensils, boiler, &e .
2 bedsteads	
2 stove grates	
Draught board, dominoes, &e	
Repairing clock	
Carpet, tablecloth, &c	
W B Townsend	
C P N Co	
B C Express Co	
CP R	
Fletcher & McNaughton
J McLean 	
S Downes & Co	
R. McLeese	
Lieth, Borland & Co	
T Hamilton	
Marshall & Smith	
J Campbell	
S M Nelson	
G Baillie ...'	
G Tuttle	
B C Express Co	
George Slater	
G Gingles	
James Campbell	
Bligh & Clemis	
Occident Hotel	
W J French	
Mrs. Westcoll 	
A Onderdonk	
JR McDonnell	
A Onderdonk	
Jas O'Hallaron	
Kelly Bros	
J Henbury	
Isaac Kipp	
A Bruce	
James Wise ....
CP N Co	
Do	
Robt Campbell .
ABruce	
Transport of Lunatics and Keepers.
Conveyance of lunatic Mitchell to Asylum	
Passage and meals for Officer Walker with lunatic Mitchell to Asylum
Fare of Constable Lindsay with lunatic Lacey, Barkerville to Cisco ....
Furniture.
Do.
Meals for
Do.
Do.
Meals and bed,
Meals,
Meals and bed, do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Cisco to Lytton.
en route to Asylum...
at Quesnelle	
Australian Ranch	
Soda Creek	
150-Mile House	
100-Mile House	
Clinton 	
Cache Creek	
Spence's Bridge	
Lytton	
Yale
Hire of special stage for lunatic Smith & keeper, Clinton to Spence's B.
Keeper of lunatic Smith, 2 days @ 83	
Special guard with   do.    Clinton to Gaol, 8 days @ S3	
Meals for Constable Gingles and lunatic Smith	
Meals and bed for do. 	
Do. do. 	
Conveyance of Constable Gingles & lunatic Smith, Port Moody to New W.
do	
do.
do.
Yale to Port Moody ....
Hammond to Spence's B.
Spence's Bridge to Yale
Meals and bed for do.
Passage for do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
Conveyance of lunatics to Asylum .
Do. do   Ella Duporit
Assisting in the conveyance of lunatic Mrs. Coverdale, Chilliwhack to
New Westminster, 6 days @ 3, and 2 nights @ S2	
Conveying lunatic Mrs. Coverdale, Chilliwhack to New West., & return
Do. Frank Zound   	
Express for lunatics Saunderson and Ah Hoy	
Passage & meals for Con. Campbell with lunatic to New West. & return
'    Do. Constable McNeill do. do.
Meals and bed for Constable Campbell at New Westminster	
Conveyance of P. Leacy and A. Pontefact to Asylum	
Miscellaneous.
165 50
31 25
75
50
75
2 00
75
2 00
7 50
1 50
2 50
2 50
5 60
Advertising tenders for supplies   	
Do. do. 	
Do. do. and printing rules and regulations..
Granting certificates of lunacy to Watkins, Leacy and Indian Charley
"Evening Post" ...
"Colonist"	
"Columbian"	
C N Trew, M D . ...
LR Mclnnes, MD.
Do. do. .
C N Trew, M D ....
Do.     do	
L R Melnnes, M D .
HELangis, MD...
C N Trew, M D ... .
Do.       do	
Do.       do	
H E Langis, M D .
C N Trew, M D ....
Do.       do.    ...
Do.       d6 Examining Michael Gannon as to his sanity
L R Mclnnes, MD j Do. do. do.
T R Pearson & Co  Stamps and stationery, &c	
U Nelson   Canvas for straight-jacket for lunatic Smith.
Jno E Lord  Interment of Thompson, Sanford, and Bergh
George Mnnday  Cleaning out latrines, per agreement	
Jas Cunningham il doz. bath bricks	
Douglas & Deighton 1 pair of hand-cuffs and repairing	
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do. do,
Leehy	
do	
E. Pierce, R. Williams, and D. Smith
do. do.
Frank Zound	
do	
S. W. May	
Alfred Pontefact	
do. 	
Mrs. E. A. Coverdale	
Ah Hoy
Carried forward.
485 19
IS 50
50
8 00
14 00
2 00
5 75
1 50
9 63
842 40
2 00
11 O0
165 50
31 25
75
50
75
2 00
75
2 00
7 50
1 50
2 50
2 60
5 50
50 00
6 00
24 00
1 50
9 50
1 50
3 00
1 50
11 OO
13 00
15 50
3 50
1 50
22 00
66 00
2 00
3 00
10 50
11 00
2 00
2 00
9 00
41 20
38 14
15 00
15 00
5 00
5 00
16 00
16 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
6 00
5 00
5 00
30 87
50
55 00
25 00
1 50
2 00
3J.0 21
i,260 07
507 19
132 24
9,395 50 49 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
135
"O WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
S   cts.
9   cts.
R T Williams
ZedS Hall ..
D McPhadden
Thos Owens .
A E Taylor ..
WC Ward	
WHKeary	
Jas Stone	
Donald Smith	
T H Griffin	
A Henry	
Jno Maberry.	
Luetrotto	
Anduraman	
Edo   	
Mrs Curtis	
Jas Dowdy	
Jos Montgomery	
John Walsh 	
Mrs Duncan	
J Irwin	
CPN Co	
Young & Gray	
Louis an Indian	
E B C Hanington, M D
Geo Wise	
Chas Robitaille	
J Swan	
J B Leighton	
CP RCo	
Jas Uren 	
E J Offerhaus, M D ...
Mark S Wade, M D ...
S J Tunstall, MD	
R Deighton, J P	
J Wardle, J P	
Mascinn (Indian)	
Dr McNaughton Jones
Indian Tsil	
Do.   Tchu 	
Do.    Abraham	
Do.    Edward	
Do.    Leon 	
Do.    Felix	
D McPherson	
B McDonald	
Charlie, a Chinaman ..
Brought forward	
V.—PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).— Concluded.
Vote No. 41.—Asylum for the Insane.—Concluded.
Miscellaneous.—Concluded.
1 self-inking dater	
1 letter scale.	
Garden seeds	
Sharpening picks and mattocks 	
3 doz. patent lamp wieks	
VI.—HOSPITALS AND CHARITIES.
Vote No. 42.— Hospitals, Victoria.
Annual grant in aid	
Vote No. 43.—Hospital, New Westminster.
Annual grant in aid 	
Vote No. 44.—Hospital, Cariboo.
Annual grant in aid 	
Vote No. 45.—Hospital, Nanaimo.
Annual grant in aid 	
Vote No. 46.—Hospital Allowance, Cassiar.
Amount advanced in aid of a Kanaka frozen at McDame Ck. in 1880
Vote No. 47.—In aid of Destitute Poor and Sick.
Grant in aid	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do.        	
Do	
Do	
Passage of Wm. Ovens, Port Hammond to New Westminster Hospital
Expenses incurred, re E. Byron, a pauper	
Services, self and team taking Robitaille and attendant to Savona	
Attending A. Owen, a pauper, at Yale	
Provisions supplied       do.  	
Transport of invalid F. Robitaille to New Westminster from Kamloops
Board for do. and C. Robitaille in charge	
Transport of do. to Railway track at Savona	
Passage of                       do.   Savona to Port Moody,& attendant's return
Attendance on C. Kennedy at Savona	
Vote No. 48.—In aid of Resident Physician at Clinton.
Portion of annual grant, 1st July to 30th September, 1884 .
Do. do.       1st April to 30th June, 1885  	
Vote No, 49.—In aid of Resident Physician at Kamloops.
Annual grant	
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
Vote No. 51.—Summoning and paying Jurors and Witnesses.
Services as Selector of Jurors at Yale	
Do. do. do	
Witness fee, Regina v. Sikes and Jayol, 2 days @ SI
Do. do.      Knox, mileage SI.80, 1 day        4
Do.       re murder of Ah Peo, 2 days      1.50
Do. do. 2   „ 1.50
Do. do. 	
Do. do. 2 days @ SI.50
Do. do. 12   „ 2
Do. do. 2   „ 1.50
Do. do. 4   „ 2
Do. do. including horse hire, 3   ,, 4
Passage as witness from Shuswap Lake to Savona	
Carried forward	
54 00
S10 21      9,395 50
9 00
6 50
4 13
3 15
6 00
5 00
5 00
10 00
5 00
10 00
20 00
50 00
30 00
10 00
25 00
25 00
1 00
20 50
13 00
15 00
1 60
16 50
7 50
1 00
54 00
72 50
187 60
187 50
5 00
5 00
2 00
b 80
3 00
3 00
1 00
3 00
24 00
3 00
8 00
12 00
2 50
337 99
9,733 49
4,500 00
4,000 00
2,600 00
54 00
397 50
375 00
600 00
17,326 60
77 30' 136
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
S   cts.
Thos Roadley, J P ..
Wm Jones, J P	
Marcesse	
Bligh & Clemis	
Jno Swan	
Cornwall Bros	
MS Wade, M D	
Jno Saul, JP	
J F Smith, J P	
J Stone, J P	
JNutt, J P	
Indian Baird 	
Edward Grant	
Jno T Edwards	
A Wood	
Thos Richardson....
Narcisse 	
Johnny Holmes	
Bazille	
Price Ellison  	
Hugh Hamilton ...
Pay List of Jurors ..
Indian Philip	
Jno T Edwards	
Indian Louis	
W W Walkem, M D.
Jno McKee 	
Wm H Ladner	
Jas Harvey, J P ....
Pay List	
Rev O G Morice 	
A D Mclnnes	
Wm Moore	
Indian Freddy	
Jno Miller	
Robt Carson	
Marshal & Smith....
J Martley 	
C Phair	
B C Express Co	
N Gustafsen	
L P Koster	
A Burnett	
J B Leighton	
Theodore Marshall..
Indian Bob	
H Hansz, JP	
Robt Scott	
Hudson Bay Co ....
Chas McKay	
A McSwain, M D   ...
W DFerris, JP	
Jno J Turner	
Thos E Kitchen	
Wm Hall	
Mrs Gilbert...   	
George Bamford ....
Thos H Gilbert	
C Alexander 	
Pay List	
Tom, a Chinaman ...
J S Gordon	
J M Roberts	
Thos Roberts	
Chester Chadsey	
H Peck 	
Do	
Jno Dawson, J P....
M Bate, J P	
Jas Harvev, J P ....
Thos Wall"	
Ah Joe	
Thos Miller	
Le Hing	
Le Been	
Sue Non	
Ah Quock	
Thos Miller	
Jno Leggins	
Brough t forward.
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
— Continued.
Vote ftVo. 51.—Summoning and Paying Jurors and Witnesses—
Continued.
Services as Selector of Jurors at Kamloops, 3 days @ S5 ..
Do. do. do.     3   ,, 5 ..
Serving summonses on sundry persons	
Meals and beds for witnesses, Regina v. Evans	
Horse hire for do. do.        and Young,
Team hire for do. do,    	
Medical evidence, Regina v. Young	
Services as Selector of Jurors at Clinton, 3 days @ £5 ...
Do. do. do.        3   „ 6 ...
Do. do. Barkerville, 3   ,, 5 ...
Do.                      do.                  do.        2   ,,           5 ...
Witness fee, Regina v. Ah Jim	
Do. do.        A. McConnell	
Serving summonses
Do.
Witness fee,
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do,
@ S5 (including exp.)
2   	
(including exp.)
do.
Regina v. R. J. Scott
do. <
do. ,
do. ..
do. '.
Regina v. A. McConnell, '
do. !
Jurors at Kamloops, October Assizes	
Carrying message to J. T. Edwards, J.P	
Summoning jurors, 12 days @ §3, horse hire, expenses, &c., $97	
Witness fee, Regina v. Joyal    ...
Do. Holden and Dandy Jim	
Do. McKenzie, 7 days @ S2, expenses $6	
Do. McKenzie, et at,   2 days at S2, expenses S8
Services as selector of jurors, Nanaimo	
Petit jurors, Clinton September assizes	
Witness fee, Regina v. Livingstone, 7 days @ S3, mileage S30.90 ...
Do. do. 11   ,', 3,     „ 45	
Do. do. 11    „ 3,     „ 45	
Do. do. 11   „ 1,     „ 10	
Horse hire for Sheriff Phair, summoning jurors, &c, 5 days <e.
Meals, bed, and horse keep for Sheriff,Phair, summoning witnesses.
Do. do. do.	
Do. do. do	
Horse hire, 2 days @ S2.50
Serving summonses on jurors, Clinton assizes
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
witnesses,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
2 days with horse (
Services as express messenger, Regina v. Livingstone.
Services as selector of jurors at Lytton	
Serving summonses on jurors, 7 days, including hire of horse, &c.
Provisions supplied destitute witnesses at Fort Simpson	
Bringing witnesses to Metlakatlah	
Witness fee, Regina v. Rogers	
Services as selector of jurors at New Westminster	
Witness fee, Regina v. Ah Jim,      travelling expenses S2.50, 1 day (
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Cauley, et al.,
do.
do.
■   do.
do.
Wilson,
do.
expenses
do.
do.
do.
do.
Jurors at New Westminster November assizes
Witness fee, Regina v. Rogers,
Do. do	
Do. do	
Do. do.
Do. Wilson,
Buggy hire for Sheriff Booth, summoning jurors
Carriage hire for Sheriff Booth to Wellington, re Sin Ging
Services as Selector of Jurors	
Services as selector of jurors, Nanaimo	
Do. do. 	
Meal for Constable Stephenson at Wellington ,	
Witness fee, Regina v. Sin Ging	
16 days @ SI
2 days @ $2
expenses S5, 6   ,,
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
do.
do.
do.
do.    ...
do.    ...
Lawson,
do.
2 days (
1   ,.
Carried forward.
77
15 00
15 00
1 00
20 50
7 00
18 00
4 00
15 00
15 00
15 00
10 00
2 00
2 50
8 00
15 00
20 00
8 00
8 00
8 00
35 00
45 00
345 50
2 00
133 00
1 50
8 00
20 00
12 00
5 00
162 50
51 90
78 00
78 00
21 00
10 00
2 50
17 00
2 50
5 00
2 00
1 00
S 00
5 00
1 00
10 00
3 00
5 00
52 50
7 12
10 00
4 00
5 00
4 50
17 00
17 00
17 00
17 00
17 00
17 00
67 90
16 00
2 00
2 00
4 00
17 00
4 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
■ 5 00
50
1 00
2 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
4 00
2 00
904 40  1,681 22 49 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, ,1885.
137
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Jas Phillips 	
Wm Madsen	
Jno Piercy	
Hugh Stewart	
Wm Robb	
Samuel Piercy	
Wm Morris	
J Chenowith 	
Pay List	
R Hickey 	
G Pittendrigh, JP...
F Wade	
Wm Ned	
J W Dineira	
Ah Ho	
G Fairbrother	
Jas Deans	
J S Gordon	
A McSwain, MD	
T Roberts	
Jno McRoberts	
Robt Hickey	
Indian Tom	
T B L Jones	
McNaughton Jones, M D
G Williams	
Thos Martin	
Jos Jones	
WC Barrett	
Adam Ross	
Wm Miller	
F Turgoose	
LPither	
Jno Ash, M D	
A J Frith 	
A McKewen	
A Lewis	
L Lewis	
Geo Connor 	
G D Lindsay	
T Wilson	
Jno Lewis	
W Stephenson	
Jno R Phillip	
M WT Drake	
Jno P Bush	
Wm Jackson, M D...
J Vantreight	
W Constantine	
E Whitlock	
Thos McDowell	
Ah Sam	
W White	
Eliza Hicks	
A A Aaronson	
Mrs Rossman	
Ah Dong	
Sam Soule 	
Ah Yin	
Jas McGregor	
Wm Jackson, M D ...
T Casey	
W H Kelly	
W H Dorman	
T Wilson	
H Elliott	
T Howard	
R H Fawcett	
A Anderson	
A Fitzjohn	
M McGuilty	
Jas O'Rourke	
Gabriel 	
B Wrede	
F Morrison	
Jno Haggerty	
W Jackson, M D	
Pay List	
Steitz Bros	
Brought forward...
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES),
— Continued.
Vote No. 51.—Su.mmrmi.ny and paying Jurors and Witnesses-
Continued.
Witness fee. Regina v. A,
Do.
Do. J.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Lawson,
do.
Rodello,
do.
do.
do.
Samuels, et at.,
do.
expenses 85
do.
do.
do.
day  <
days <i
Jurors, Nanaimo assizes, December	
Witness fee, Regina v. Rogers
Services as selector of jurors, Newr Westminster ....
Witness fee, Regina v. Haagt, expenses S52, 167 days @ SI
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
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do.
do.
Sub-wha-lem 	
do. 	
do. 	
Rogers,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Knox,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Harrison,
do.
do.
do.
Holt,
do.
Wilson, et al.,
do.
do.
do.
Price,
do.
do.
do.
Parker,
do.
Parker, et al.,
McDonough,
Selleck,
Troine,
Townsend, et al	
Ah Moo	
McGuire,
Foster,
Dunn,
Que-nel-esta,
Ah Fong and Ah Lay,
do. do.
do. do.
Dunn 	
Ah Fong and Ah Lay,
McGuire,
do.
do.
167
143
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
7 days (a,
7    ,,
7    „
7
7
7
mileage $2, 1
7
1
4 days @
2 ,,
3 „
4 „
4 „
4 „
4 „
expenses 87,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Barnes,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
McDonough,
Medical attendance on Indian witness Tom re Yeomans
Jurors, Victoria, November Assize	
Meals for jurors in sundry cases	
3 dayB @ $4
4
7
3
2
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
1
2
Carried forward.
904 40
2 00
2 00
19 00
19 00
19 00
19 00
4 00
4 00
146 90
4 00
5 00
219 00
219 00
303 00
1 00
2 00
2 00
20 00
36 00
20 00
20 00
20 00
7 00
15 00
36 00
15 00
15 00
15 00
15 00
15 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
8 00
8 00
8 00
8 00
6 00
6 00
6 00
6 00
2 00
4 00
8 00
4 00
14 00
2 00
2 00
1 00
8 00
4 00
6 00
11 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
2 00
12 00
8 00
21 00
6 00
4 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
2 00
4 00
26 00
503 00
21 50
3,778 12 138
Public Accounts. 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
cts.
9   cts.
$   cts.
I
904 40
3,778 12
67 50
257 90
50 00
19 00
30 00
32 00
14 50
35 10
45 00
22 50
34 50
40 50
49 50
34 50
41 70
15 90
33 60
18 60
21 60
44 10
44 10
12 90
71 00
59 00
31 00
11 00
32 00
45 00
10 00
10 00
18 90
10 00
27 90
9 00
8 00
9 00
9 00
8 00
6 00
6 00
8 00
50
4 00
19 00
2 00
12 00
5 00
20 00
3 50
22 00
4 00
11 50
4 00
13 00
13 00
2 50
1 90
45 00
30 00
162 00
7 60
3 00
3 00
10 26
1 25
3 00
3 00
4 00
4 00
2 50
5 00
25 00
25 00
10 50
1 00
1 00
1 00
2 50
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
—Continued.
Vote No. 51.—Summoning and Paying Jurors and Witnesses.—
Continued.
Do	
Serving summonses and acting deputy sheriff at Lytton 1st to 23rd Oct.
Witness fee, Regina v. Evans,       travelling expenses, S14, 5 days @ SI
Do.                             do.                         do.                  14, 8   „          2
Do.                             do.                         do.                  14, 9   „          2
Traveling expenses, Ashcroft to Lytton and return, Regina v. Evans...
Witness fee, Regina v, Evans,                   expenses S14,10, 7 days @ S3
Do.                               do.                               do.          30,        5    ,,           8
Do.                             do.                             do.           7 5o,       „           3
Do.                               do.                               do.           16.50, 6    „           3
Do.                        Hunter,                        do.          22.50, 6   „          3
Do.                            do.                             do.          22.50, 9   „          3
Do.                               do.                               do.           13.50, 7    „           3
Do.                             do.                             do.          17.70, 8   „          3
Do.                             do.                             do.            6.90, 3   „          3
Do.                             do.                             do.          12.60, 7   „          3
Do.                         Kazart,                         do.           9.60, 3   „          3
Do.                               do.                               do.            9.60, 4    „           3
Do.                               do.                               do.          23.10, 7    „           3
Do.                               do.                               do.          23.10, 7    „           3
Do.                               do.                               do.             6.90, 2    „           3
Do.                           Alick,                             do.           35.00,12    „           S
Do.                               do.                               do.          35.00,12    „           2
Do.                             do.                             do.          22.00, 9   „           1
Do.                             do.                             do.           6.00, 5    „          1
Do.                               do.                               do.                       8    „           4
Do.                       Selahim,                      do.         30.00, 5   „         3
Do.                           Alick,                             do.            6.00, 4    „           1
Do.                             do.                             do.           6.00, 4   „          1
Do.                               do.                               do.            6.90, 4    „           3
Do.                             do.                             do.           6.00, 4   "          1
Do.                       Ah Tye, et al.            do.           6.90, 7   „         3
Do.                               do.                               do.            3.00, 6    „           1
Do.                             do.                             do.           3.00, 5   „           1
Do.                             do.                             do.           3.00, 6   „          1
Do.                               do.                               do.            3.00, 6    „           1
Do.                               do.                               do.            3.00, 5    „           1
Do.                             do.                             do.            3.00, 3   „          1
Do.                               do.                               do.             3.00, 3    „           1
Do.                             do.                             do.            3.00, 5   „          1
Stage fare for Constable Stevenson to Wellington,  summoning wit-
H P Cornwall	
Alfred Whitlock	
Hugh Abercrombie	
Gavin Hamilton	
E J Offerhaus, M D
'
Do.    Billy	
Do.    Ye-hoo-yah	
Do.    Spe-zoo-sah .  ...
Do.    Maskath	
Wm L LeBallister 	
Witness fee, Regina v. Bancroft et al.,                                    2 days
Do.                         Rodello,                          expenses, S5, 7   ,,
@S2
2
Adam McKelvey	
A B Ferguson	
Bligh & Clemes	
Special convey, of A.J. Venn, Reg. v. Jarvis, Spence's Bridge to Savona
Do.              do.        Jarvis,               expenses, S4.50, 7 days @ S2.50
Do.              do.        Fortune,                  do.        1.50, 1    „          2.50
Do. Reg. v. Fortune, exp. SI.50,1 d. S2.50, serving summonses   7.50
E Sullivan   .
W McKay	
Zed S Hall            	
Jno Clapperton 	
Dr E J Offerhaus	
Expenses from Clinton to Lytton, and return, including professional
Bligh & Clemes	
Meals, bed and horse keep for Mr. Offerhaus, wit. re.Chinese murder case
Do.                       do.                       do.                    do.
Board, lodging and horse keep,                      do.                     do.
Meals, bed and horse keep,                              do.                      do.
Meal and horse keep,                                       do.                     do.
H P S Eayliff	
W R Lewis	
Convey, of W. Moresby, serving summons atGranville, Regina v. Rogers
Noah Shakespeare, J P .
Witness fee, Regina v. Jack, 2 days @ S3, mileage, $4.50	
904 40
6,609 32
—r - 49 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
139
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
S   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
904 40
5,609 82
1 00
35 00
5 00
5 00
7 50
12 00
4 00
59 00
10 00
4 00
4 00
2 00
4 00
8 60
3 00
19 50
33 30
15 00
5 00
18 00
16 00
6 00
6 50
2 00
6 00
6 00
6 00
8 50
2 00
25 00
25 00
16 00
16 00
16 00
16 00
16 00
10 00
10 00
8 00
19 75
10 50
14 00
24 00
14 00
14 00
15 00
10 00
16 00
16 00
16 00
16 00
11 00
26 50
4 00
26 00
10 00
45 00
8 00
2 00
7 50
7 00
7 00
195 70
25 00
2 50
12 00
20 60
1 50
1 65
1 50
50 00
39 00
39 00
39 00
9 00
39 60
13 80
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
—Continued.
Vote No. 51.—Summoning and Paying Jurors and Witnesses.—
Continued.
Do.                     do.                     	
J E White	
Do.              .           Rogers, 6 days @ $4, plan, $25, expenses, $10...
A E McKay	
Do.                             do.         2     ,,         2   	
G C Gerow	
Dr Taylor	
A Dick	
Do.              do.       Brown, mileage S10.50, 3 days @ S3   	
J Pittendrigh, J. P ,
Services as Selector of Jurors at New Westminster, 3 days @ $5 	
Do.                             do.                             do.        1 day         6 	
Robt Ward	
Do.                                    do.               3   ,,        2 ..
W HKeary	
C B Pond	
Do.                             do.      6   ,,          2,       do.       4
Do.                             do.      6   „          2,       do.       i     ...
Do.                             do.      6   ,,          2,       do        4     .
Do.                             do.      6   ,,          2,       do.       4     	
Do.                             do.      6   ,,          1,       do        4
CNTrew, M.D	
Do.                         Alexis,   2   ,,          4,
Frank Passingham	
Do.                               do.       5    ,,           2,        do.        9.75	
Do.                             do.      3   ,,          1,       do        7 50...
Robt Thompson	
Do.                     Chapman, 5   ,,          2,       do.       4
Robt Thompson, jr	
Do.                               do.       6    ,,           2,        do.        4     .. .
Do.             Miller & Smith, 5   ,,          2J       do        4
Chas Gardner	
R G McKerney	
Do.                               do.       4    ,,          2,        do.        2      	
Do.                               do.       6   ,,          2,        do         4
George H Taylor	
Do.                               do.       6    „          2,        do.        4
Do.                               do.       6    „          2,        do         4
Do.                             do.      6   ,,         2,       do.     14.50	
Do.                               do.       1   day       4, (professional)	
Do.    Reg. v. Perkins, 6 d. @ S2, expenses 84, serving subpoenas $10
Preparing tracings, in duplicate, of Railway maps, Regina v. Perkins..
J H Wells	
Woods, Turner & Gamble
Do.                Patterson, 1 day @ $2, serving subpoenas 3 d. $6
Do.                     do.       1   ,,         2  ..
Travelling expenses as witness, Regina v. Alexis   ..
Do.                           do.          2    „            2,        do.        3	
Jurors at New Westminster Assize 	
Team hire conveying witnesses from Second Crossing to Beaver City,
Regina v. Reilly and Sullivan 	
J C Cunningham	
Witness fee, Regina ». Greer, 2 days @ $2, expenses $8
Amt. advanced to D. Skinner as witness from Portland, Reg. v. Halliday
Indian Jim	
Witness fee, re Poole murder ease, 42 davs @ SI, expenses $8
Do.       Regina v. J. C. and H. Brown, 6 days @ S3, mileage $21...
Do.                     do.                     do.       6   ,,         3,       do.    21
Do.                     do.                      do.       6   „         3,       do.    21....
Do.                    do.                    do.       6   „         1, expenses 3
Do.                     do.                     do.       6   „         3,       do.    21.60
Do.                    do.                    do.       6   „         3,      do.      4.80
F Gottfriedsen	
i        904 40
6,900 12 140
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
Nelson Hanes ......
Pav List	
C Phair	
Marshall & Smith...
M J Martley	
Thos P Reed	
Robert Bonner	
C Schmidt	
C Oscar 	
Jos Holbertz	
Chas Cooney	
E Sullivan	
James Birmingham.
Indian Razilo	
Octave Hebert	
W P Trounce	
Pay List	
Indian Jim	
A H Cameron	
McNicol & Sears	
Mark S Wade, M.D..
Pay List    	
Indian Taliask	
H T Macauley	
George R Gordon ...
George McCullough.
Thos Mitchell	
D A Monroe	
Richard Fraser	
Indian Johnny	
Mark Bate, J.P	
Jas Harvey, J.P..  .
Indian John	
J Ganner	
James Deguen	
Pay List	
B Nielands	
F Curran	
Wm Lidgate	
James Cathcart ....
J Walker	
Thos Swan	
S T Davis, M D	
G C La Rocque	
Chas Hughes	
W W Walkem, MD.
Joseph Webb	
Ellen G Williams ...
"Free Press"	
H E Peck	
W C Ross	
Nils Hanson	
Richard Cameron ...
James K Ritchie....
R Brounsley 	
John Finch	
Chas Johnson	
A B English	
Jas Mitchell	
Thos Whitelock	
Jno McGraw	
Jos Priest	
Wm O'Brien	
Eliza Larsen  	
A Larsen  	
Henry Van Buskaik.
Pay List	
C N Trew, M D	
R Ryder 	
John M Dowdall....
CP RCo	
Indian Charley	
M Harrison	
Mrs Tretheway	
Clement Vasher	
Steamer Adelaide...
L R Mclnnes, M D ..
W R Lewis	
Brought forward.
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES)!
—Continued.
Vote No. 51.
-Summoning and Paying Jurors and
Continued.
Witness fee, Regina v. J. C. and H. Brown, 3 days @ S3, expenses S4.80
Jurors at Clinton Assize  	
Horse hire, serving summonses, &c., 8 days @ $1.50 ....
Meals and horse keep for C. Phair at Ciinton Assize ....
Meals, bed, and keep of horse for Sheriff Phair	
Horse hire for Sheriff Phair, serving summonses, 2 days
$2.50, expenses $15
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
2.50,
2.50,
2.50,
2.50,
2.50,
2.50,   ^^^^^^^^^
3.50, (including expenses)
2.50,        do.        17.50
2.50,        do.        15
20
2.70 .
4
5.50 .
15
Witness fee, Regina v. Fortune,  4 days
Do. Ah Sing.   4
Do. Fortune.   2
Do. do. 3
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. Ou,
Do. Ah Jim,
Do. do.
Do.                         Ah Sing,
Jurors Kamloops spring Assize        ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Witness fee, Regina «. Johnson, 2 days @ S1.50	
Do. Bratton   3   ,, 2.50, expenses S8.50
Use of room for Grand and Petit jurors, 3 days @ S2.50	
Witness fee, Regina v. Bratton, 5 days @ $4, expenses $24	
Jurors, Yale spring Assize
1, expenses S8 ...
3,        do.        6.25.
3,        do.      12
3	
3
Witness fee, Regina v. Me-que-lachin, 3 days
Do. do. 3   „
Do. Glassey, 2   ,,
Do. Fairfax, 1 day
Do. do. 1   „
Do. do. 1   „
Do.                             do.                   1    „
Hire of horse for A. Stephenson, J. P., attending trial of Denby
Services as Selector of Jurors at Nanaimo	
Do. do. do	
Canoe hire for Sheriff Booth serving summonses	
Horse and buggy hire,   do	
Summoning jurors, Gabriola Island	
Jurors, Nanaimo June Assize	
Witness fee, Regina v. Murray, 2 days @ $2, expenses SI
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
2,
2,
2,
%
2.
4
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
2
2
2
2 „
2 ,,
1 day _^^^^^^^^^^
Winston, 1 day @ $4	
do. do. 	
Indian Jim	
Meals for jurymen, Regina v. Winston	
Witness fee, Regina v. Winston	
Advertising notice to jurors	
Buggy hire for Constable Stewart, summoning witnesses	
Horse hire for Constable Ruddick, do 	
Meals, bed and horsekeep for Constable Redgrave, summoning
nesses, and meals for jurymen, Regina v. Brown.. ,	
Serving subpcenas, 7 days @ S3, expenses, $31.50	
Horse hire for Redgrave, serving summonses, 11 days @ S3.
expenses,~$ 7.50, 5 days @ S3|
"do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
5.00, 5
6.00, 5
11.40, 5
14.10, 6
9.90,
13.50,
6.00,
day
Witness fee, Regina v. Brown
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. do.    	
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
Jurors at Farwell   	
Witness fee, Regina v. Indian Jim	
Serving summons, including expenses Regina, v. Perkins
Witness fee, Regina v. Lawson	
Pas. of Officer Moresby, Mission to Port Moody & N. West. ,Reg. v. Perkins
Canoe hire, for Officer Moresby, Gardner's Landing to Mission
Meals, bed and keep of horse for Officer Moresby, Regina v. Chapman
Do. do. do. Perkins
Witness fee, Regina v. Perkins, expenses, $4, 6 days @ i
Expenses of Officer Moresby aswitness,Reginau. Chapman and Perkins
Witness fee, Regina «. Alexis, 2 days @ $4	
Keep of horse for Con. Miller, witness Charley, Regina v. Greer
Carried forward.
904 40
6,900 12
13 80
192 45
12 00
20 00
2 60
4 00
25 00
30 00
7 70
11 50
15 50
5 00
27 50
24 50
35 00
27 50
239 10
3 00
16 00
7 50
44 00
55 50
11 00
15 25
18 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
1 00
5 00
5 00
2 00
6 50
2 50
100 40
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
4 00
2 00
2 00
4 00
13 00
2 00
1 50
3 50
5 00
18 00
52 50
33 00
22 50
21 00
21 00
26 40
32 10
24 90
31 50
21 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
138 00
4 00
5 00
2 00
4 00
2 50
5 50
5 50
16 00
11 50
8 00
1 00
904 40
8,483 72 39 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
141
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
H D Helmcken	
P McTiernan	
Ella White	
Indian Charley
R J Rickman	
J Miller	
Wm F Stewart	
Chas Starks	
Zachariah Smith...
RBEsnouf	
W H Ducummon ..
Benjamin Williams
G A Hartnagle	
Joseph Irvine	
W Williams	
M Conlin	
Royal Hospital ...
Wm G Lange	
W H Bumphrey ..
W J Goepel	
August Beck	
H Murphy	
Ah Sam	
Stephen Olli	
Indian Jimmy	
Martha McFadden ,
Wm McFadden	
E J Rossman	
Mary Rossman
Ah Hong	
Toy Chu	
Ah Chong	
Ah King	
On Hing	
Fred Tod	
Pay List 	
Steitz Bros	
Corbould& McColl.
A McElman	
D M Eberts	
B C Express Co	
Yam	
Louis Falardeen ..,
Kate Dudoward  ...
Chas Burton ,
Ah Foo 	
Philip Thomas 	
Ah Louis	
Frank Lee ,
Indian Billy	
Edward Stout	
Jas A Robinson	
E M J Harris	
G Kelly	
X H Jackson 	
Frank Lee 	
C Benton	
A Lamprouse	
Cecelia	
Indian Mitchell	
Do.    Charley	
August Joyal	
King (Chinaman) ..
R G Cunningham..
Indian Gregorie ...
Sim King	
Geo Kelly	
Thos James	
Cecelin Nelson	
Soo Long 	
Ah Fowl	
Ah Foo 	
L C Ling	
Wm Mitchell	
Ah Foo	
Wm Mitchell	
Pelman, an Indian
Brought forward	
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER-THAN SALARIES)
—Continued.
Vote No 51.—Summoning and paying Jurors and Witnesses
Concluded.
Witness fee, Regina v. Greer, expenses, $8 50, 6 days @ $4
Do. do. do. 0.00, 7    „ 2
Do. do. do. 6.00, 7   „ 2
Do. do. do. 9.00, 9    „ 1
Do. do. do. 8.00, 2    ,, 2
Buggy hire with witness Charley	
Passage of Officer Burr and witness Tom, Regina v. Alick	
Witness fee, Regina v. Francisco	
Do. do.
Do. Wen Lee	
Do. McLaughlin, expenses, $ 2,   2 days @$ 2
Do. Young Gar Sing, 2,        ,, 2
Do, Ah Leon,
Do. Billy, 34, 36    ,, 2
Allowance, being detained as witness	
Witness fee, Regina v. Devine	
Keep and medical attendance on witness Tom, 4 weeks, 1 day, @ 810..
Witness fee, Regina v. Bing Long	
Do. do. passage, &c, $4, 2 days @ $2
Do. do. 1 2
Do. do	
Do. Hughes	
Do. do	
Do, Jones     	
Do. do	
Do. Qumish, expenses, $3, 7 days @ SI
Do. do. do.       3, 7   ,, 2
Do. do. do.        3, 7    ,, 2
Do, do. do.       3, 7   „ 1
Do. do. 2   „ 1
Do, George Ah Ke, 1    ,, 1
De. do. 2   „ 1
Do. do. 2   „ 1
Do. do. 	
Do. Sul-wha-len	
Jurors, Victoria, Spring Assize	
Meals for jurymen	
Vote ftiVo. 52.—Prosecution and Interpreters.
Crown Counsel at New Westminster spring assizes, 1884	
Do. Nanaimo	
Do. fall assizes, Clinton, Kamloops, Yale, and Lytton
Freight on lawbooks for Dep. Att'y-Gen., Clinton to Lytton and return
Interpreter re Looey Chung, Ah Ping, and Ah Lung	
Do, in sundry cases at Kamloops ,	
Do, at Fort Simpson	
Do. do. 	
Do. Regina v. Wo Hi, 2 days @ $2.50
Do, do.  *.....
Do. Regina v. Lewis	
Do. at Police Court, 3 days @ $2.50
Do. at Clinton	
Do. Regina v. Mequalaekin	
Do. at Police Court, New Westminster	
Do. Regina v. Perkins, 2 days @ $2.50
Do. Regina V. Billy, 3   ,, 2.50
Do. in sundry cases	
Do. Regina v. Quinisti    	
Do. re Yeomans, murder 24 days @
Do. Regina v. David  ,*	
Do. Regina v. Indian Haag '.	
Do. re murder of Sing Fook	
Do. re Indian Johnn3r.	
Do. re Robert J. Scott .   	
Do, in sundry cases	
Do. at Metlakatlah, ll days @ 84
Do, at Osoyoos *.
Do. Regina v. Sin Ging	
Do. do.     Haatz, 2 days @ $2.50
Do. do.     Sul-wha-lem, 9   ,, 2.50
Do. do.     Haatz, 5   (J 2.00
Do, do.     Wong Ah Ying	
Do. do.     Ah Fong and Ah Lay	
Do. do. do. do   	
Do. at Lytton	
Do. do	
Do, Regina v Rogers	
Do. do.     Smith	
Do. do.     Negus-la-kim	
Carried forward	
904 40
8,483 72
32 50
20 00
20 00
18 00
12 00
5 00
1 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
6 00
6 00
2 00
106 00
15 00
2 00
41 40
2 00
8 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
10 00
17 00
17 00
10 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
1 00
1 00
144 80
7 00
9,011 42
275 00
276 00
220 00
750 00
3 10
22 00
31 50
3 00
3 00
5 00
1 50
2 00
7 50
4 00
2 50
2 20
5 00
7 50
20 00
2 50
72 00
3 00
1 00
2 00
1 00
1 50
6 00
44 00
2 00
2 00
5 00
22 50
10 00
2 50
11 00
2 50
4 00
10 50
2 60
2 50
2 50
1,576 60
1,179 40
10,588 02 142
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
861 00
16 00
2 50
40 00
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES)
—Continued.
Vote No. 53.—Expenses of Inquests.
5 00
27 50
43 00
2 50
11 50
24 80
10 00
32 40
10 00
12 60
10 00
10 00
4 00
4 00
10 00
19 20
2 00
4 00
5 00
30 00
21 00
1 00
1 50
4 75
3 00
10 00
5 00
16 00
11 60
5 00
1 50
75
10 00
16 40
10 00
10 80
29 60
2 50
10 80
3 00
12 50
11 20
13 60
13 20
2 50
5 00
9 00
20 00
8 00
108 50
10 00
5 00
3 00
75
5 00
25 00
10 00
27 50
G Hardy	
VV L LeBallister   	
H Peck               	
Horse and buggy hire for Att'y-Gen. and constable, re Wellington exp.
Do.       do	
Do.             on bodies of three men killed in mine, §30, mileage, 82
Do.             on bodies of Paul & Ah Fan at Wellington, $10, ex. §2.60
M S Wade, M D    ...
Do.   Baldy   	
H Hansz  J P            	
Holding inquest on body of Carey, 810, mileage, $20.
Post-mortem examination on body of R. A. Carey, $10, mileage, $11...
Ferry for Coroner Dewdney at Hope, re inquest on body of Chinaman
Board and lodging                 do.                  do.                             do.
M S Wade, M D	
Rent of room for holding inquest on body of Ah Kong at Wellington..
Conveyance of Coroner Dewdney and Wise, re inquest on body of Ah Gong
Conveyance of Con. Stewart & Inspector of Mines, re inq. on Chinaman
H E Peck   .             	
W VV Walkem M D	
Do.            do.
Vieth, Borland & Co ....
Do.            on body of J. Williams, $10, mileage, $1.60	
Meals and bed for Dr. Offerhaus, re inquest on body of Chinaman	
E B C Hanington, M.D..
AMcSwain, M.D	
WW Walkem, M.D
Do.                         do.       W. Sterry $10; mileage 80 cents
Holding inquest on bodies of Hamilton & Indian Jim $20; mileage $9.60
C N Trew  M D
Do               do.       Mary Botterell 10;      do.       1.20	
Do               do.       G. Purser          10;      do.       3.60	
Do
Do.              do.       Qull-se-latze     10;      do.       3.20	
H Peck                 	
Conveyance of constable and jury, re inquest on body of Ah Ying	
Attending inquest on body of Davis at South Saanich $5; mileage $4 ..
Holding inquest                      do.      $10, and on body of Rogers $10	
Carriage hire for Supt. Roycraft & Coroner, re inquest on body of Davis
Inquest on body of Leonard $10 ; expenses from Kamloops & ret. $98.50
Victoria Transfer Co	
C Todd	
Meal & keep of horse for Coroner Dewdney,   do.    A. McDonald	
Attending inquest on bodies of 2 white men & Chinaman drowned at Yale
Holding post-mortem       do.                             do                  do.
Do.              on body of Limberg, and giving evidence at inquest
II E Langis, M.D	
Horse hire summoning jurors and attending inquest, re Purser	
Vote No. 5k.—Criminal Punishments.
2 501
743 95
100 00
65 76
5 00
2 50
Vote No. 55.—Rewards.
173 26
40 00
100 00
Indian Tamica (Chief)...
Vote No. 56.—Keep of Prisoners.
140 00
12 50
794 48
144 00
529 76
49 50
275 50
81 11
Bartrin & Borde	
Charles Ball ,
1,237 90
1,886 85
11,645 23 39 Vic
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
143
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
Brought fonoard
W J Jeffree	
J J Wilson	
R J Houlihan	
Matthews, Riehards&Tye
P McQuade & Son 	
H C Wilson	
Gutmann & Co	
A Vipond	
J Engelhardt	
C Hayward	
Victoria Gas Co	
Victoria Water Works...
Henry Short	
Ohaffey & Co	
TN Hibben & Co	
Jno Nicholles	
J B Ferguson & Co	
Hugh Findley	
S L Kelly & Co	
C E Redf ern  	
Peter Steele	
Jno Weiler	
T Thompson	
Colonist	
A Lewis & Co	
A McLean & Co	
Beak & Co	
GL Milne, M.D	
Henry Saunders	
Jno McLean	
Langley & Co	
Chas Fox	
Chas Williams	
M Harvey	
Kelly Bros	
A Peele	
A Gregory & Co	
Van Volkenburgh & Co..
J Cunningham & Co ....
D McPhaden	
R Thomas	
TR Pearson & Co	
W Prout	
Hoy & Fry	
Ira McLearn	
H Elliott	
C McDonough	
J Haggman	
S H Webb	
Jos Wintemute	
Royal City Planing Mills
Douglas & Deighton .
British Columbian ...
Jno E Lord   	
Thos Owens	
Jos M Wise  	
W Blackie	
Jas Rousseau	
CG Major	
G Leiser	
C M McNaughten	
Coulter & Co	
Trapp Bros	
Falls &Co	
C N Trew, M.D	
Horne & Hemer	
Indian Tommy	
J Beaven	
E Cook 	
C Karst	
J W Stirtan	
TD Jones	
Renwick & Co	
Jas Abrams 	
M W Waitt & Co	
S Brightman	
Hirst Bros	
Jas. O'Brien	
W Wilson	
J H Please	
Langley & Co 	
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES)
—Continued.
Vote No. 56.—Keep of Prisoners.—Continued.
Blankets, clothing, &c, Victoria Gaol 	
Bread, do. 	
Wood, do. 	
Tools, &c, do	
Paint, &c, do.	
Sundry repairs to pipes, &c., do. 	
Revolvers and cartridges, do. 	
Repairing shackles, do.
Coal, do. 	
Sundry repairs, do. 	
Gas, do. 	
Water, do. 	
Pistols, cartridges, &c, do. 	
Milk, do	
Postage stamps and paper,    _ do. 	
Breach loading rifle and cartridges, do. 	
Card rack, do. 	
Adjusting scales, making key, &c, do. 	
Copper boilers, iron tank, &c., do. 	
Repairing clock, do. 	
Extras for condemned prisoner Rogers do. 	
Lamp, do. 	
Key and repairs to lock, do. 	
Advertising supplies, do. 	
Lining sink with lead, do. 	
Clothing, do. 	
Meat and vegetables, do. 	
Medical attendance (special call), do. 	
Sundry provisions, do. 	
Opening safe and repairing same, do, 	
Medicines, do. 	
Milk, do	
Gratuity (discharged prisonej-) do.
Bread,
Do.
Medicines,
Fish,
Meat and vegetables,
Sundry repairs, axes, &c,
Groceries,
Leather, lasts, &c,
Stationery,
Milk,
Bricks,
Fitting lock on door,
Wood,
Blankets, clothing, &c,
Milk,
Revolver,
Sundry repairs
Lumber, shingles, &c,
Leather gloves, &c,
Advertising tenders & 2 blank books, do.
Funeral expenses of prisoners, do.
Repairing hand-cuffs and 6 new keys, do.
New Westminster Gaol,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Wood,
Repairing irons,
Leather, shoe nails, etc.,
Rope, buttons, etc.,
Wanzer machine needles,
Repairing two clocks,
Medicines and lamp,
Revolver, axe handles, etc.,
Window curtains, hinges, etc
Visiting
Sharpening tools for
Fish,
Coal,
Meat and vegetables,
Bread,
Water,
Coal,
Sharpening tools,
Shoes, socks, etc.,
One record book,
Meat and vegetables,
Provisions, clothing, etc.
Coal, .
Stove, pipe, etc.,
Wheelbarrow, rope, etc.,
One gallon carbolic acid,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Nanaimo Gaol.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Carried forward.
1,237 90      1,686 85    11,645 23
1,265 20
520 28
880 93
200 00
12 28
40 63
62 00
66 00
1 60
310 00
12 60
752 65
360 00
135 00
81 60
17 00
37 00
1 60
4 75
170 38
2 50
9 50
75
3 00
16 00
11 75
126 39
104 00
8 00
70 89
12 00
222 27
27 60
10 00
428 20
228 77
223 00
58 52
678 09
186 35
325 73
61 73
38 39
5 25
4 00
1 00
260 62
402 24
25 00
22 60
11 50
34 38
10 50
68 00
30 00
8 00
184 38
16 65
42 70
9 74
75
3 00
10 60
23 75
7 23
5 00
64 24
2 25
45 00
96 65
437 83
48 00
12 00
9 38
84 50
3 75
466 13
415 01
10 00
27 62
11,293 61 11,645 23 144
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885*
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
S   cts.
$   cts.
Indian Charley .   	
"Free Press" 	
A Mayer & Co	
Indian Marv  	
J Hilbert	
J Chonowith	
Wm LeBallister	
D Davis	
E Pimbury & Co	
Royal City Planing Mills
Indian Mary	
Jno 0 Callbreath	
Indian Baptiste	
R D Mather	
H Anderson	
Alex Primrose	
David Griffith	
Jno Halpin	
Jacob Davis	
Henry Short 	
E H Hudnuff	
E L Weeks & Co	
Jno T Galbraith	
B Morigean	
H S Cummins	
Jas V Ingram	
E G Prior	
G B Wright	
J Lindsay	
E Deslorier	
John Bibby	
Mason & Daly	
Howser & Wintrip   	
Jos H St. Laurent	
Vieth, Borland & Co ....
John Metz 	
T Dupuy	
A W Smith	
Indian Jack	
F Soues 	
FW Foster	
B C Express Co	
McLellan & Co	
Indian Billy	
Frank Hatton 	
N Gustafsen	
Jos James	
Powers Bros	
James McBride 	
W Dewdney	
E B C Hanington, M D.
Yale Water Works	
Geo Wise	
F L Budlong	
HB Oo	
Herman Hendrickson...
Jno Murray	
W E McCartney & Bro ..
C E Coon	
Alfred Williams	
Allen Noon	
A Campbell 	
Jno Welch 	
P Phillips	
Geo Griffiths ,...
W W Orr	
Patrick Murray	
D B Grant  	
Harry George	
John Shennan   	
Jos Huntley	
Thos L Vogue	
S H Webb	
Wm A Insley	
E A Sharpe	
Royal City Planing Mills
H E Langis, M D 	
Thos Paine	
Jas Cunningham & Co ..
Do. do	
J Miller	
Brmigh, t forward.
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
—Continued.
Vote No. 56. —Keep of Prisoners.— Continued.
Fish,
Advertising tenders,
Provisions,
Fish,
Filling mattresses,
Use of boat,
Drayage on lumber,
Shoe tacks, pegs, etc.,
Linseed meal,
Lumber,
Nanaimo Gaol
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Washing blankets at Laketon Gaol  	
Wood for gaol at Glenora Landing   	
Cutting wood for lock-up at Wild Horse Creek, Kootenay
Wood, etc., do. do. do.
Prison supplies,        do. do. do.
Sundry provisions, etc., do. do.
Coal oil, soap, repairing stove, etc., do. do.
Cutting wood, do. do.
Wood, buckets, etc., do. do.
Rifles, pistols, and cartridges, do. do.
Revolver for Constable Anderson,    do. do.
Soap, candles, etc., Wild Horse Creek gaol, Kootenay..   ..
do.
Coal oil, lamps, etc.
Supplies for gaols, Kicking' Horse.
Cooking stove and pipe,
Fire wood,
Hand-cuffs and leg-irons,
Tin basins, etc.,
Prison supplies,
Wood,
Stove pipe, coal oil, etc.,
Tools, coal oil, etc.,
Wood,
Prison supplies,
Coal oil and candles,
Wood,
Wood,
Wood,
Sawing and splitting wood
Prison supplies,
Sundry articles,
Freight on leg-irons, hand-cuffs, etc., do.
Sharpening & setting saws,smithwork, do.
Wood, do.
Repairing wheelbarrows, etc., do.
Freight on irons, do.
Meals for Chinese prisoners at Hope	
Coal oil, towels, etc., Yale gaol.
Tinware, etc., do.
Prison supplies, do.
Medical attendance on prisoners,        do.
Water supplied, do.
Prison supplies, do.
Setting door locks, etc., do.
Lamp, globe, etc., do.
Removing irons from prisoners, etc., do.
Blankets, window blinds, etc., do.
Medicines, do.
Medicines, Port Moody gaol.
do.
do.
do.
Farwell gaol.
Richfield gaol.
do.      .
do.      .
do.      .
do.
Juesnelle gaol
Keithley gaol,
do.
do.
Lillooet gaol.
do.      .
Clinton gaol
do.      .
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
1 bottle ink,
do.
Labor, repairing,
do.
Scrubbing,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Moving wood, etc.,
do.
Coal oil, scrubbing brush, etc.,
do.
Repairing fence,
do.
Prison supplies,
do.
Mattock handle, hinges, etc.,
do.
Fire wood,
do.
Cartridges,
do.
Meals for prisoners,
do.
Prison supplies,
do.
Lumber,
do.
Medical attendance,
do.
Putting in windows,
do.
Stove-pipe, buckets, etc.,
do.
Lock,                                        Gram
■ille Gaol
Prison supplies,
do.
Carried forward.
1,265 20 11,293 61 11,645 23
1 00
4 00
104 69
1 00
6 00
1 75
1 00
1 75
25
3 84
3 00
60 00
9 00
52 49
87 00
64 75
53 25
4 00
7 75
106 00
14 00
12 90
13 75
25 55
30 00
50 00
65 00
5 25
101 00
75 00
14 25
29 73
140 00
13 00
21 50
50 00
8 00
4 50
2 50
285 00
16 87
2 75
30 25
12 00
2 50
1 00
7 00
8 26
1 75
83 75
7 50
30 00
315 50
3 00
3 87
3 00
25 26
4 85
5 00
1 00
24 50
3 00
4 50
3 00
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1 50
5 00
38 13
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5 50
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36 00
3 75
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25 50
4 50
15 25
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10 60
5 50
1,265 20 14,532 39 11,645 23 49 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
145
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
8   cts.
B H Wilson	
Hemlaw & Co	
E McKendry	
E Gold	
Albert Diebel	
Hastings Saw* Mill Co .
Jno M Stewart	
A H Sullivan	
Frank Mitchell	
Kimball & Gladwin....
Mark Hill	
Jno Jane	
U Nelson	
J Kirkup	
A Fraser	
J Swan.  	
Angus Fraser	
Indian Charley	
A McKinnon 	
G C Tunstall 	
M S Wade, Ml) 	
Gibson Estate	
B C Express Co	
C P Miller &Co	
J A Mara	
Richard Curnow	
Bligh & Clemis	
M S Wade, M D	
Jno Murray 	
Wm Mitchell 	
J Kirkup	
Indian Dick	
Do.    Jim	
W Calvert	
J Wriglesworth	
J D Campbell	
Richard Keeler	
Victor Delatre	
W E McCartney & Bro .
HF Keefer	
Wm Welch   	
Bligh & Clemis 	
James Fair	
Hudson Bay Co	
Alfred Dudoward	
Jos Boyd	
Young & Gray	
D W Mainguy	
W P Jaynes 	
Croft & Angus	
A R Johnson & Co	
Geo Kier	
J Rodello	
J E White	
B C Dunlevy	
J EN Smith	
Wm Duncan 	
Jas A Clarke	
Patrick Brady	
Jno G Taylor	
Bishop of Caledonia.
J Rodello 	
Arthur Bullock .....
T H Giffln	
Do	
Jno McLean	
J C Bryant	
Nils Hanson	
Wm Roskelly...
Alex Holmes ...
J H Dineira
H Nicholson	
Indian Michael .
T McK Lambly .
M Powers	
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VII.
^ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES)'
—Continued.
Vote No. 56.—Keep of Prisoners.—Concluded.
Tools, nails, soap, etc.,
Clothing, blankets, etc.,
Brogans,
Coal oil, nails,
Meals for prisoners,
Shovels, white lead, etc.
Iron window gratings,
Clothing, coal oil, etc.,
Wood,
Freight and road tolls,
Freight on stoves and blankets,
Tinware, window blinds, etc.,
Coal oil, lamps, etc.,
Prison supplies,
Cutting wood
Prison supplies,
Cutting wood,
Removing wood,
3 pairs shackle irons,
Granville Gaol .
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Lock-up at Savona.
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Prison supplies for Kamloops Gaol .
Medical attendance, do	
Two pairs of blankets, do	
Expressage on hand-cuffs,   do.        	
Wash boiler for do	
Blankets, brogans, etc.,        do.        	
Meals for prisoner at Spence's Bridge Lock-up
Board of prisoners, do. do.
Medical attendance on prisoner do. do.
Blankets, buckets, etc., do. do.
Nurse to prisoner, do. do.
Prison supplies, do. do.
Plastering, do. do.
Washing and cleaning do. do.
Wood for       Esquimalt Lock-up 	
1 barrel of lime, do. 	
Prison supplies, do. 	
1 case of coal oil, do.	
Prison supplies for Lytton Gaol	
Medicine, do	
Bucket, soap, etc., do	
Prison supplies, do	
Do. do	
Stove pipe, etc., do	
Blankets, coal oil, etc., Metlakatlah Lock-up   ...
Prison supplies, do. —
Do. Osoyoos Lock-up	
Do. Chemainus Lock-up	
Do. do. 	
Blankets, do. 	
Blankets, bucket, etc.,   do. 	
Broom, do. 	
Prison supplies, Cowichan Lock-up	
Do., Comox do	
Do. Skeena do	
Vote No. 57.—Rents.
Rent
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of room at Soda Creek for Court House   	
Do.       at Clinton for Grand Jurors	
Do.       for Magistrate's Court at Metlakatlah	
of Port Moody Lock-up, from 1st July, 1884, to 30th April, 1885
Lock-up at Telegraph Creek. 1st July, to 31st October, 1884 .
house for Constable, Esquimalt, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885
do.    & Magistrate, FortSimpson, lOmo. to 30th Apl., 1885
of room at Comox for Magistrate's Court	
do. do.        2 days	
Govt. Office and Lock-up, Glenora, 1 Nov., 1884, to 30 Apl., 1885
Lock-up at Telegraph Creek, 1st May to SOth June, 1885 ...
room for Gold Commissioner's Court, Quesnelle   	
room for Court at Lorne Creek 	
room for Magistrate at Farwell  	
Vote No. 58.—Special Constables.
Special Constable and night-watchman at Government House, 1 month
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Buildings.
re murder of Yeomans, 23 days @ $3
in the case of Barcelo, 21   ,, 3
and .messenger for Magistrate at Okanagan	
at Spallumcheen, 8 days @ $3 ; mileage $12.50	
in charge of prisoner Slack, 3 nights @ $3	
forward.
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11,646 23
16,909 63
619 00
29,173 86 146
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C L Lewis	
Robt Kilawowyesi .
R Berry	
G W Fleming	
R Pool	
J Sabiston, Jr ....
D McLean ...... —
A Lamise	
W Hough	
R Walker 	
J Lewis	
J McLaren	
E Hodge	
T James	
T Brown	
E A Gardiner	
E Able	
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES)
—Continued.
Vote No. 58.—Special Constables.—Continued.
Special Constable & Gaoler, Wild Horse Creek, 9 days@$4 .
G Hume	
H Suthard 	
J L Smith	
Chas Gallagher	
Jas Bell	
Indian Paul	
J w Burr	
Alfred Whitlock ...
Edward Bradshaw .
Hansz H Burr ...   .
Jas Pierce	
A Hamilton	
A McNaughton	
Indian Baird ..
T McK Lambly
L P Lewis	
Jno McKay	
Jno Verdier ...
Wm McNeill.
S P Lewis ...
Wm Hines ..
Wm Murray	
Robt Scott	
W H Smith	
Indian Louis	
Edward Grant	
Jno T Edwards	
Jos Huntley	
C F Green	
S B Hamilton	
Jos Hugo	
Jno Stephens	
Indian Seymour	
Hansz H Burr	
Geo Kirkup 	
Eugene Whittier	
Wm Hines	
Jno T Edwards	
A Manes and A Bryant..
Jas Wright	
Geo Pemberton	
JHytkish	
Harry Kitspalots	
Samuel Musgrave	
Albert Walsley	
Chas Price 	
Alfred Dudowerd	
D E Mainguy	
Wm Clark	
Henry Clapham 	
Thos Brown	
Jos Boyd	
Jno Buie	
Thos Penny	
A Tranfield	
P L Cushing	
WmHall   	
A Jackson	
Thos Paine	
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bringing prisoners Marciose and Thomas to Kamloops
at Richfield during Officer Lindsay's absence..
and night-watchman at Yale, 12 months @ 815
assisting Constable at Nanaimo Gaol, 29 days @ $2.50
at Nanaimo during Con. Booth's absence, 8   ,, 2.50
in pursuit of W. Arbishure, Kamloops,    2   ,, 4
do. do. 	
re murder of Yeomans at Skeena 55
during Con. Campbell's absence, Esqu't.
at Cemetery,
assisting Con. Lewis in search of Irw
re Vantrcight robbery case,
with Supt. Roycraft in search of Ind. Tom,
do. do.
do. do.
in Victoria Gaol during absence of Officers Miles and
Truran, 75 d. @$2.50
in charge of prisoner Riley	
at Chilliwhack, 2 ,, 2.00
at Kamloops dur. absence of Con. Tunstall, 7 ,, 2.50
re prisoner Arbishure, Spence's Bridge,   3£ ,, 3.00
at Lytton dur. absence of Officer Hussey, 22 ,, 3.00
arresting Indian Bulwer at Sitka Flat	
in charge of prisoners at Spence's Bridge,14 ,, 3.00
do. do.
do. do.
at Yale, 36 „ 2.50
at Boston Bar	
at  Nanaimo  Gaol, 7th August, 1884, to 31st March
1885, at $2.50 per day	
having charge of prisoners, Richfield Gaol, 6th Sept.
to 12th October, 1884, @ $3.50
at Spallumcheen	
having charge of prisoner Ah Jim, 10 d. @ S3.00
at Beechy Bay and other places, 9£ ,, 2.50
at Lytton dur. Hussey's absence at Yale, 13 ,, 3.00!
with Constable Sharpe, searching for body of Indian|
woman, li d. @ $3.00
at Saanich and Supreme Court, 14 „ 2.50
Salt Spring Island and other islands, 5,, 2.50
and nightwatchman at Kamloops town, 7th August,
1884, to SOth June, 1S85, @ $10 |S month	
re Joseph Casey, 4 ,, 3.00
having charge of Kamloops gaol,
do. do. during absence of Tunstall
having charge of prisoner Joyal	
serving warrant	
at Kamloops Gaol during absence of Tunstall..
having charge of chaingang on Granville road
Regina v. J. Capitan 3 d. @ $2.60
at Departure Bay during ah.of Stephenson,4  ,, 2.50
do. do. 6 „ 2.50
at Nanaimo during absence of Stewart,     6 „ 2.50
with message to Livingstone	
searching for Michaud, 3 ,, 3.00
at Lytton Gaol during absence of Constable Hussey
searching for Indian Charley, 2 d. @ $3.00
at Kamloops during absence of Tunstall, 3 ,, 2.50
with prisoner Victor, Kamloops to Savona, 3 ,, 2.50
arresting A. Tychsen, $5 each	
with canoe, arresting Tychsen	
do. do.
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at Chemainus, 15th October to 30th November, 1884
at Saanich, 3 d. @ $2.50
at Plumper Pass, 3„ 2.50
do       and Swan Lake, in search of Indian...
at Osyoos with prisoner, 15 d. @ $3.00
at County Court, 3„        2.50
assisting Stevenson at Wellington
assisting Stewart in arresting boat thieves,9 ,, 2.50
during Constable Sharpe's absence, 12., 3.00
Regina v. Cawley and Peers, 2 ,, 3.00
during Constable Moresby's absence, 7,, 2.50
at Port Moody, 4 „ 3.00
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36 00
3 00
42 00
180 00
72 50
20 00
8 00
20 00
165 00
20 00
17 50
5 00
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36 00
6 00
17 60
12 00
1,173 86
1,351 70  3,847 241 29,173 I 49 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to. 30th June, 1885,
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FOR WHAT SERVICE.
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VII.— ADM
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29,173 86
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INISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
— Continued.
Vote No. 58—Special Constables.—Continued.
stable at Metlakatlah,                                        3 days @ $4.00
and gaoler at Lytton during absence of Husse
at Spence's Bridge, 1st July to 4th Dec, 1884(5
from Kootenay to Kamloops,                     23 ,,
at Kamloops, in absence of Tunstall,         6 ,,
in Victoria Gaol,                                            2 ,,
and guard over condemned pris. Rogers, 45 ,,
at Victoria Assizes,                                       6 ,,
in Victoria Gaol,                                          11 ,,
at Victoria Assizes,                                       9 ,,
in Victoria Gaol in abs. of Hutcheson,   10 ,,
and guard in Victoria gaol,                        15,,
with prisoner from S. S. Island,                  5 ,,
$75 ¥ m.
2.50
2.50
3.00
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
3.00
T McK Lambly	
DAN Ogilvy	
Henry Sampson	
Thos Brown    ....
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at Victoria Assize,                                       4£ ,,
and guard Victoria gaol,                            10 ,,
on Salt Spring Island,                                  7 ,,
searching for body of Highley,                    1 ,,
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.60
3.00
W J Wilson 	
A Hirst	
Assizes at Nanaimo,                                    4J d.
assisting to arrest Indians at Nanaimo,   3§ ,,
@ $2.50
2.50
at Savona, 6th Dec, 1884, to 30th June, 1885,® $75 #m.
at Columbia River,                                     13 d. @ $3.00
re murder of Robert Baird,                        14,,         3.00
F W Alymer	
W W Orr  	
at Victoria gaol,in absence of Gaoler Miles,9 d.
with prisoner Billy, from Skeena to Victoria
with prisoner from Lytton to Clinton,       3 d.
Victoria Gaol, during illness of Blake,     41 ,,
do.    guarding pris. Rogers,             65 ,,
@ $2.50
F K Williams 	
Gavin Hamilton	
Jno McLaren   	
Wm Clark   	
3.00
2.50
2.50
Lawrence Mooney 	
Wm McNeill  	
Chas Bush	
Victoria Gaol, guarding con. Indian,         5 d.
do.                     do.                          10 „
do.                     do.    pris. Rogers, 29 ,,
assisting Constable Sharpe,                        12 ,,
do.              do.                                     2 „
with Chinese prisoner, Yale to New West. 2 d.
at Lytton,                                                           3 ,,
at Spence's Bridge, in ab. of Con. Swan,    7 ,,
at Saanich and Esquimalt District,           14 ,,
@ $2.50
2.60
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
8.00
3.00
2.50
P L Cushing 	
Wm Ball   	
J W Burr	
Wm McNeill, Jr	
Edwin Gardiner 	
Special Officer Brown, on duty in Washington Territory...
stable, Victoria Gaol,                                           3 d. @ $3.00
do.                                                  18 „          2.50
Thos Paine	
at Port Moody, in absence of Con.Sharpe, 22 d.
arrest.& con. Ind. Jack to Spence s Bridge, 9 ,,
at New Westminster County Court,         1\ ,,
assisting to arrest Indian,                            2    ,,
2.50
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on Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway,        6 d.
assisting Con. Rodello, at Comox,              2 ,,
do.                         do.                        3 ,,
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with Ind. prisoner Canoe Creek to Clinton, 4 ,,
with prisoner Billy at Skeena,                   37 ,,
at Assize Court, Victoria,                             3 ,,
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with prisoner to Nanaimo and Victoria,     9 ,,
@ $2.50
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2.60
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2.50
1.50
2.50
2.50
2.60
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2.50
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N Lue	
J E White    	
E Hodge 	
DAN Ogilvy 	
Wm McNeill	
Victoria Gaol dur. illness of Hutcheson,  23 ,,
assist, to re-capture Ind. Tooseyand Dick, 6 ,,
Regina v. Brown,                                         11 ,,
arresting Brown,                                           9 ,,
at Clinton,                                                    11 ,,
and guide after prisoner at Clinton,            3 ,,
Port Moody, during ab. of Con. Sharpe, 15 ,,
& guard over insane prisoner, Vic. Gaol, 4 ,,
2.50
4.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
2.00
2.50
2.60
Frank Gottfridsen	
1,542 95
6,681 49
29,173 86 148
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
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Arrears.
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VII.—ADMII
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1ISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES)
—Continued.
bte No. 58.—Special Constables.—Concluded.
able at Assizes, and up Fraser River,            19 d. @ $2.50
at Goldstream,                                              2„         2.50
with prisoner Mathewson,                           4,,         2.50
New West, during absence of Moresby,     9,,         2.00
during Assizes at New Westminster,          3 ,,         2.00
during Assizes at New Westminster,          4,,         2.00
to Semiahmoo,                                              2 d. @ $3.00
at Nanaimo Gaol dur. sickness of Stewart,3 ,,         2.50
Jno B Hill 	
at Farwell,                                                     3d. @ $3.00
do.                                                               3 „         3.00
arresting Casey at Kamloops,                    14 d. @ $3.00
at Race course, Kamloops,                           2 ,,         3.00
at Lytton (allow, dur. Con. Hussey's absence) 5 m. @ $20
Wm Ball	
J W Burr 	
at Spence's Bridge in ab. of Con. Hussey,43 d. @ $3.00
at Aberdeen guarding McMasters, insane, 3 ,,         5.00
with pris. Johnny, Aberdeen to Victoria,  7 ,,         3.00
assisting Supt. Roycraft, May and June, 52 ,,         2.50
at New Westminster,                                    2,,         2.50
watching suspicious persons,                     30,,         2.50
at Saanich,                                                      7 ,,         2.50
Donald MeLachlan	
James Bendrott	
Wm McNeill, Jr	
Alfred McNeill	
Jas J McDonald	
in Victoria in ab. of Hutcheson & Blake, 11^ d. @ $2.50
at slaughter-house,  Victoria, at night	
at Indian reservation, each,                        1 d. @ $2.50
at Port Haney (including expenses),         14 „         4.00
do.                         do.                        14 ,,         4.00
J Carter and E Haton...
Maurice Salmon	
in charge of jury at Kamloops,                  2 d. @ $2.50
do.         gaol        do.           and with pris. to Farwell
serving subpanas on McCauley & Indian at Boston Bar
con. pris. to New West, and Yale, and at Boston Bar..
and gaoler at Lytton,                                 12 d. @ $1.00
Wm Ball	
D W Gillies	
W F Smith	
D W Gillies 	
Edward Trelease 	
with chain-gang in absence of Con. Booth,andat Assizes
Wm McNeill  	
bringing prisoners from Chemainus to Nanaimo  	
re arrest of R. E. Sproule, 20 days @ $4	
do.        in absence of Constable Kirkup, 6 days @ $3
do.           	
C A Stark	
W H Steves 	
charge of chain-gang, N. West., in absence of Con. Burr
at Port Moodv in absence of Constable Sherman	
P Murray	
Wm Hall	
WB Little	
No. 59.—Transport of Constables and Prisoners.
If & horse for Supt. Roycraft & party, re Yeomans murder
om Kil-wau-yah to Skeena,     do.                           do.
Skeena to Naas River,      do.                         do.
do.                         do.                           do.
do.                         do.                           do.
Fort Simpson to Naas,       do.                           do.
across Kitumkool Lake,     do.                           do.
do.                           do.
do.                           do.
do.                           do.
Indians,                                  do.                         do.
wharfage on baggage,             do.                           do.
id services as packer,              do.                         do.
do.                      do.                         do.
7,877 74
10 00
50 00
35 00
36 00
40 00
40 00
10 00
31 00
25 62
46 00
71 50
1 00
65 00
65 00
Do.    Eliah	
Do.    Billy 	
Indian Simpson	
P Haldane	
H B Roycraft	
Wm McDowell 	
R Wilson	
1,542 95
525 12
37,051 60 39 Vic. Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
149
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   ets.
1,642 95
6 00
15 00
3 25
525 12
82 00
21 00
5 00
6 00
15 00
3 25
37,051 60
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES)
—Continued.
Vote No. 59.—Transport of Prisoners and Constables.—Continued.
Steamer fare of Supt. Roycraft and four witnesses, re Yeoman's murder
Passage of T McK Lambly with pris. Slack, Kamloops to Spallumcheen
do.                      do.                     do.        Okanagan to Kamloops....
B C Express Co	
T Spellman	
A J Kirkpatrick	
3 00             3 00
1 00
1 00
40 85
2 60
50
2 30
50
4 75
10 00
13 07
4 00
4 00
42 50
3 00
13 92
2 50
5 00
3 00
3 00
2 00
5 50
8 00
50
50
1 50
35 80
22 50
2 00
2 50
8 00
24 00
17 50
57 00
2 00
34 00
8 25
30 00
64 00
70 45
57 12
10 00
30 65
9 20
6 00
33 00
5 00
1 00
1 00
20 00
1 60
7 60
2 50
4 75
2 00
10 00
2 50
2 00
2 00
2 00
9 00
3 50
4 00
4 00
2 50
4 00
27 00
1 00
1 00
28 00
10 50
8 00
4 00
2 00
4 00
5 00
Hall & Goepel	
R J Byers	
G W Hoyt   	
J Otis	
Travelling expenses of Constable Anderson, Victoria to Sand Point....
Meals, bed, &c, on Str. "N. Pacific," do.    en route Vict, to Kootenay
Bed on Steamer " R. R. Thompson,"   do.           do.                  do.
Charges on baggage of                            do.           do.                  do.
Meals at The Dalles for                           do.           do.                  do.
Handley & Sinnott 	
N. P.R. C	
Sending messenger for horse from Sand Point to Bonner's Ferry	
Cooking utensils and provisions for Constable Anderson	
E L Weeks & Co	
M V Baldwin	
R Fry	
R L T Galbraith	
Do.
J Duck	
Passage of                                                  do.             and horse, Kamloops
Horse hire for                                          do.             2 days @ $1.50	
Conveying Constable Sharpe from Port Moody to North Arm, & return
Hire of horse for Constable Berry in search of Indians Jack and Ross..
J Peterson 	
W Orr 	
Indian Charlie   	
C P R Co	
W L LeBallister	
Bligh & Clemis	
G Baillie	
W H Ward	
Leighton's Express	
Fare of Con. Bryden with prisoner Casey, Okanagan to Kamloops & ret.
Do.       Supt. Roycraft and Constable Kirkup, Savona to Kamloops
J Dalby	
Canoe hire and packer for Supt. Roycraft & party, re Yeomans' murder
Do.       Shuswap Lake to Graham's Ranch,
Passage and meals for Elliot and Constable Hough,
Do.           do.         Constable Wise, Victoria to Port Hammond    .. ,
C P N Co	
Do	
Do	
H B Roycraft	
Travelling allowance, Victoria to Kamloops and return, 16 days @ $4
Provisions supplied Supt Roycraft & party, Skeena, re Yeomans' mur.
Do.                             do.                  do.       Fort Simpson,       do.
Travelling allowance in Washington Territory in search of Indian'Tom
Paid for passage, meals, buggy hire, etc., at sundry places,       do.
Do.              do.           and bed,                            do.                 do.
Stage hire for Supt. Roycraft and Officers to Thomson's ranch, do.
Passage of                 do.                  do. Vict, to Tacoma & return, do.
H BCo	
Do	
H B Roycraft	
0 R & N Co	
GLyall	
H B Roycraft	
Do	
Passage and meals for Con. Kier and prisoner, Maple Bay to Vict. & ret.
G Kier	
E A Sharpe	
Passage, meals, and bed, Port Moody to Langley, and to New West....
Ferrying Cons. Moresby & Hume & prisoner, Brown's Landing to N.W.
Do.       Constable Sharpe and prisoners, sundry times	
Stage hire to Penitentiarv, Constable Moresby with 5 prisoners   	
P McDonald	
Horse hire for Con. Hussey, Lytton to Lillooet & return, 6 days (a $1.50
W Riley 	
Do.                do.           	
GR Tinker	
Jas Campbell	
U B Munroe	
Buggy hire for       do.           re arrest of 0. H. Evans, 8 days @ $3.50..
Meals, bed, and horse keep for Con. Hussey at Spence's Bridge	
Hire of team conveying prisoner Young & witnesses to do	
SM Nelson	
Do	
Do	
Indian Sheepskin	
'     1,571 20
1,639 08
37,051 60 150
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
9   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
1,571 20
1,539 08
2 50
1 00
7 00
1 50
2 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
9 00
3 00
2 00
2 50
1 50
32 25
1 50
1 50
3 60
50
3 00
10 75
1 50
50
50
3 00
2 00
21 00
2 00
1 00
4 00
3 00
2 00
3 00
7 00
24 00
2 50
20 50
10 00
27 50
2 50
1 50
1 00
50
4 50
10 00
4 50
4 50
4 00
3 50
1 00
1 50
5 50
2 50
20 00
37 75
2 00
4 00
2 00
4 00
19 00
3 50
15 00
2 12
31 50
10 50
22 00
4 50
1 50
2 00
1 50
26 00
13 00
2 50
12 50
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 25
4 50
1 50
6 00
87,051 60
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES)
—Continued.
Vote No. 59.—Transport of Prisoners and Constables.—Continued.
Hire of horses for                   do.     and pris. Tye, Spence s B. to Lytton
Meals and bed for                   do.                  do.                     do.
Burnes & Evans	
Meals, bed, and horse keep for Constable Swan, re murder of Carey. ..
Hire of horse for Con. Swan to Black Canyon, re arrest of Hunter	
Hire of horses for    do.         and prisoner Hunter to Spence's Bridge   .
Mustang & Thomas (Ind.)
C P Railway Co	
Passage for Constable Hussey and prisoner, Lytton to Port Moody....
Meals for                 do.                       do.     en route to New West. Gaol
Do.                       do.                       do.                    do.
Stage fare,                do                          do.                      do.
C PN Co	
Meals and bed,         do.              returning from New Westminster	
Meal,                         do.                         do.                         do.           	
Meal,                         do.                         do.                         do.           	
C PN Co	
Indian Scha-hack	
HB Dart	
C P N Co 	
Passage, meals, and beds for Con. Burr& prisoners, Boston Bar to Yale
Passage and meals for Constable Stevenson to Maple Bay and return ..
Vieth, Borland & Co	
Meals and horse keep for Special Constable Lumbly & prisoner Ah Jim
Keep of horse for                                       do.                             do.
Meals and bed for                                      do.                             do.
Do.                                                do.                             do.
Meals, bed, and team hire for                  do.                             do.
E Cannell	
A J Kirkpatrick	
CPN Co	
Do	
Guy Tuttle	
A J Tolmie	
Meals and bed for   do.    during occupation of Govt, quarters by Wise
Meals and bed for Constable Lindsay with prisoners at New West	
Do.                                do.               	
Bligh & Clemis	
B Boyce	
Meals for                              do.              and Sharpe and 7 prisoners	
Hire of waggon and team, do.       with prisoners, Spence's B. to Lytton
P Fink	
CPN Co	
Passages for Cons. Lindsay & Sharpe, & 7 pris., Port Hammond to N.W.
Meals for          do.                  do                   do.                  do.         	
D Banfield	
W C White	
E W Millington	
Vieth, Borland & Co	
Do.               do.        & Con, Hussey with prisoners, Lytton to Port M.
Stage fare for Constable Glassey from Saw-mill Flat to Lytton	
H Peck	
CPN Co	
Passage of Cons. Lewis and Brown, and freight on boat, Victoria to
Do	
Do	
Do.       Constable Anderson and prisoner, Skeena to Fort Simpson..
P Clair	
Meal for                                         do.         and prisoners Kedon & Pierce
Passage of Con. Kirkup and prisoner, Spence's Bridge to Port Moodv..
Do.                  do.                                           do.                         do.
Do.            	
Bligh & Clemis	
Passage and meals for Con. Hines & pris., Kamloops to Savona & returu
Meals and bed for             do                    do.                       do.
Bligh & Clemis	
Meals and bed for           do.           with prisoner Casey	
Passage of                       do.           from Lytton to Spence's Bridge	
Do.                          do.          and prisoner Casey, do.       to Lytton
Do	
Do.                                do.                                 do. en route to Neve West
1,571 20
2.075 20
37,051 60 49- Vic.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
151
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts
f>   cts.
$   cts
J B Leighton	
C F Green	
W B Townsend	
Jos M Wise	
Indian Jimmy	
James Deans	
Indian Klephem	
Thos Penny	
J Granner	
Occidental Hotel 	
CPN Co	
Str Amelia	
Oriental Hotel	
Robt McLeese	
B C Express Co	
Thos M Hamilton	
Vieth, Borland & Co ...
Wm M Brown   	
Do	
Jas Campbell	
Bligh & Clemis	
Jas Campbell 	
Wm Puckett	
Vieth & Borland	
A D Mclnnes	
R McLeese   	
A Onderdonk	
Indian Bob	
Do.   Sam	
Frank Passingham  	
Indian Charley	
Jos James	
A Onderdonk 	
S R Connor	
Jno T Scott	
Indian Thomas	
Barnes & Evans	
Jas Uren	
Bligh & Clemis	
C P R Co  	
Peter Clair	
C PR Co	
Indian Jackson	
Jas Corrigan 	
Indians Paul & Charley
C P R Co	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Indian Peter	
Geo Baillie	
Do	
Jno McKay	
Peter Audap	
Indian Barney....
Cornwall Bros	
Indian Johnny ...
B McDermott 	
Peter Audap	
Cornwall Bros	
Bligh & Clemis ...
Str Peerless	
A B Ferguson ....
Str Spallumcheen.
A B Ferguson ....
CPN Co	
Mrs W Sinclair	
Peter Fink	
Jas Campbell	
Bligh & Clemis ...
B F Boyce .......
Str Spallumcheen
E Cannell	
Hudson Bay Co...
Jas Hodgin	
D W Mainguy	
HB Roycraft	
Peter Rouse	
Brought forward.
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
—Continued.
Vote No. 59.—Transpoi't of Constables and Prisoners. - Continued.
Passage of Constable Kirkup and prisoner Casey, Savona to Spence's B.
Meals and bed for Constable with prisoner Capitan	
Passage of Cons. Sharpe and Paine	
Do. do. do.     Port Moody to New AVestminster..
Canoe hire with Constable Miller to Moodyville	
Boatman with do.       1 day	
Canoe hire for Constable Drake, re prisoner Gadd	
Fare for do.        to Departure Bay	
Stage fare for do.        and prisoner from Wellington	
Meals and bed for Constable Stephenson in Victoria   	
Passage, meals, and bed for       do. to   do.        	
Do. Con. Stewart and prisoner to Victoria, & return of Con.
Board for do.       in Victoria	
Do. Con. Lindsay and prisoner Livingstone and witnesses
Stage fare for do. do.       Soda Creek to Clinton	
Meals and bed for do i	
Meals for do.       & pris. Livingstone, en route to Clinton
Meals and bed for witness Jimmie, Regina v. Alick	
Do. Cons. Lindsay and Livingstone, do,
Conveyance of
Meals and bed,
Do.
Meals for
Meals and bed,
Conveying
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
prisoner and witness, Cache Ck. to Clinton
do	
and witness, Regina-y. Bob	
do. do	
do. do	
do.       and prisoner to Soda Creek ..
Meals, bed, and horse keep for Con. Lindsay, Regina v. Livingstone. ..
Passage of Special Con. Burr from Agassiz's Station to Yale	
Canoe hire for do. Hope to Passingham's	
Do. do. Yale to Hope, re M. Michaud   	
Meals and bed for        do. do. 	
Passage of Constable Wise, Yale to Hope	
Meals and bed do	
Sundry passages for Constable Wise	
Conveying Constable Wise and prisoner from Port Moody to N. W. Gaol
Meals and bed do. do	
Hire of horse for Con. Swan going for witness, 8 days @ $2
Meals, bed and horse keep for Constable Swan, Lytton Assizes	
Do. do. do. do.
Horse keep for Constable Swan  	
Pas. for Cons. Hussey & Swan,with pris. Alec, Spence's Bridge to Lytton
Meal for       do. 	
Passage        do. Yale to Hope	
Canoe hire   do. 	
Meals & bed do. 	
Canoe hire   do. and J. Wardle, Hope to Okanagan, and to Yale
Passage for do. Yale to Lytton	
Passage of Con. Kirkup & prisoner, Kedon, Spence's Bridge to P. Moody
Do.     Con. Hussey & prisoner, Kaizart, Keefer's to Spence's Bridge
Con. Swan, Lytton to Spence's Bridge	
prisoners Kaizart and Charley, Spence's Bridge to Lytton..
Con. Kirkup, with pris. from P. Hammond to Spence's Bridgi
do. do.        Spence's Bridge to Port Moody
Working hand car with two Indians for Con. Hussey	
Meal for Con. Swan in search of Kaizart	
Meals and bed for Con. Swan at Lytton with prisoner	
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Keep of horse
Horse hire,meals,&c.,
Do.
Meals & keep of horse
Hire of horse
Do.
Meal
in search of Kaizart
do. do,
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
for Special Constable Whitton in search of Indian Charley
do.            do. do. do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Meals and horse keep  do.
Horse hire for Con. Swan.
Passage & meals Spec. Con. Edwards & pris. from Savona to Kamloops
Meals and bed do. do. do
Passage and meal for Con. Kirkup from Savona to Kamloops	
Horse hire for Con. Kirkup, re You Que	
Passage for Con. Kirkup with pris. Victor, N. West, to Port Hammond
Meals and bed
do.
Meals
do.
Heals
do.
Vleals and bed
do.
Do.
do.
r'assage,
do.
Board & lodging
do.
and
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
to New Westminster Gaol..
at North Bend	
at Cache Creek	
to New Westminster Gaol.
at Ruby Creek	
Savona to Kamloops	
You Que to Kamloops
Provisions supplied constables at Metlakatlah in search of Tyson	
Conveying Spec. Con.Cunningham & 5 pris., Metlakatlah to P. Essington
Passages, meals, etc. for self and prisoners	
Travelling allowance to Nanaimo and other places, 8 days @ S4
Carriage hire for Supt. Roycraft at sundry times
1,571 20
Carried forward.
1,571 20
.2,075 20 37,051 60
7 00
2 50
9 00
12 00
1 00
2 50
1 50
25
50
3 00
5 00
4 50
10 50
50 75
40 00
4 00
1 50
9 00
31 50
24 00
4 76
4 00
1 00
11 00
30 00
11 50
2 50
4 00
3 00
2 00
4 00
5 00
19 00
3 00
2 00
16 00
11 00
9 50
1 50
10 00
50
1 25
50
5 00
7 00
5 50
13 00
8 00
2 25
4 50
13 00
26 00
1 50
50
3 50
1 60
4 50
1 60
75
4 00
4 00
50
3 00
2 00
7 50
2 50
2 50
1 00
1 00
1 50
1 50
1 50
2 00
1 50
4 00
2 50
18 38
3 50
5 00
32 00
9 50
2,661 08 37,051 60 152
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$    cts.
$   cts.
• Jas Johnston	
Andrew Booth  	
Wm Cotsford	
R J Styles 	
TH Cudlip	
Jno Drout	
Jos Terry 	
C P N Co	
Do	
Geo Kier	
Str Amelia	
Wm B Townsend ..
CPN Co	
A Onderdonk   	
Occident Hotel	
CPN Co	
Jos M Wise 	
Thos Burns	
Wm A Insley 	
Occident Hotel	
W R Lewis	
W J French	
A Bruce  	
C P N Co 	
Redon & Hartnagle
R G Cunningham ..
M Herber	
Indian Thomas	
Jas Uren	
Peter Audap 	
Jas Campbell	
Hans Burr	
Geo Baillie	
Jno McKay	
Wm Mitchell	
Indian Jim 	
J Place  "	
Indian Jimmy	
Geo Baillie	
CPNCo	
E Pitkins	
A Tromblay .:	
Walsh & Deane	
W H Norris	
Mann & Co	
Brooks & Davidson
Jos Parkes	
W O Scofield	
J C McLaren	
Benjamin Green ...
Wm Fortune	
Thos Spelman	
J A Mara	
Murdock & Hill....
J Duck	
A Gordon	
A J Kirkpatrick ...
Richard Fry	
Indian Frank  	
G H Johnston	
Jas C McMillan	
Str Peerless	
T McK Lambly ....
E Cannell	
Wm Young  	
E T Garnett	
CPNCo  	
A W Lawson   	
W G Bowman 	
A Booth	
Str Amelia	
Do	
Frank Richards	
CPNCo	
Jno Howard	
C J King	
Jno Dalby	
W P Jaynes	
Neufelder & Ross ..
Brought forward.
VIL—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES)
— Continued.
Vote No. 59.—Transport of Constables and Prisoners.—Continued.
Express hire, with tools, from Government House to gaol	
Do.      for Officer Miles, with prisoner, from Cedar Hill	
Sloop hire for Supt. Roycraft & party in search of Indian, 6 days @ §6
Express hire do. 	
Carriage hire for Cons. Campbell and Walker to Cedar Hill	
Board, etc., for Cons. Lewis and Brown to Plumper Pass	
Express hire for Supt. Roycraft	
Passage & meals for Cons. Lewis and Brown to Plumper Pass and return
Do. for Supt. Roycraft and Con. Campbell to Maple Bay..
Horse hire from Somenos to Cowichan to arrest R. Orr	
i. & meals for Con. Kier & prisoner Orr, Maple Bay to Nanaimo & return
Passages for Con. Sharpe to New Westminster	
Do.      meals, etc., for Cons. Miller & pris., N. West, to Vic. & return
Do.      Con. Sharpe and 3 prisoners, Port Moody to Lytton	
Meals and bed for Cons. Sharpe at New Westminster	
Passages of Cons. Moresby and prisoner, New Westminster to Victoria
Spec, trips with stage for Cons. Sharpe & Kirkup & pris. at sundry times
Board and lodging for Cons. McNamara, Regina v. Rogers	
Meals for Constable E. A. Sharpe and prisoners	
Meals and beds for Constables E. A. Sharpe and Kirkup	
Sundry stage fares for Constable Miller and prisoners	
Do. do.        Sharpe and Moresby	
Conveying Officer Moresby and prisoner Smith to penitentiary	
Passage of Constable Sharpe, Hammond to Port Moody	
Board and lodging for Cons. Moresby in Victoria, 6 days @ $3
Passage to and from Skeena	
Shoeing horses for Cons. Anderson, en route to Kamloops with prisoner
Horse hire for Constable Swan, serving summonses, 3 days @ $2
Meals, bed and horse keep for Constable Swan, serving summonses	
Do. do. do. do. 	
Do. do, do. do. 	
Services with Constable Swan, and passage, Spence's Bridge to Lytton
Meals, bed and horse keep, Constable Swan	
Horse keep, do	
Horse hire for Constable Glassey, serving summonses,     4 days @ $1.50
Taking charge of horse used by Constable Glassey    ....
Meals, bed and keep of horse for Constable Swan	
Horse hire for Constable Swan, to Lytton and back	
Meals for Constables Lindsay and Sharpe at Lytton assize	
Passages for Constables Sharpe, Lindsay, and 7 prisoners, Lytton to
Port Moody	
Hay and grain for horses used by Constable Anderson	
Horse for Cons. Anderson, Wild Horse Ck. to Kamloops, with prisoners
Hire of horse, do. do. do.
Purchase of horse,   do. do. do.
Keep of horse, do. do. do.
Do. do. do. do.
Hay, &c., do. do. do.
Ferriage, do. do. do.
Meals, do. do. do.
Meals & horse keep, do. do. do.
Passage, meals, &c, do. do. do.
Meals, bed, &c,       do. do. do.
Passage, meals, &c, do. do. do.
Meals,horse keep,&c do. do. do.
Horse keep, do. do. do
Meals,horsekeep,&cdo. do. do.
Meals, bed, &c,       do. do. do.
Ferriage, meals, &c, do. do. do.
Hire of 2 horses,       do. do. do.
Provisions, Golden City, do. do.
Provisions, Kamloops, do. do.
Passage and meals, Cons. Kirkup, Savona to Eagle Pass and return.
Meal at Golden City    	
Meal and bed, Constable Kirkup, returning from Eagle Pass	
Boat hire at Esquimalt, sundry times	
Carriage hire for constables at Supreme Court	
Sundry fares for Constable Mainguy	
Horse and buggy hire for Constable Miles to North Saanich	
Stage fares, &c, for Constable Campbell, sundry times	
Express hire, re arrest of H. Kew	
Passage of Constable Mainguy and prisoner McPhadden	
Passage and meals, Cons. Sampson and 2 men, Victoria to Salt Spring I,
Sundry meals for Constable Campbell (during Victoria assizes)	
Passages and meals for constables and prisoners, New Westminster to
Victoria and Victoria to N. W., sundry times	
Sundry stage fares for Constable Campbell	
Do. do. 	
Horse and buggy hire for constables to Saanich, three times	
Team for Constable Mainguy and prisoner White	
Provisions for Special Constables Brown and Lewis to Salt Spring Isld
Carried forward	
1,571 20
661 08
50
1 00
30 00
50
3 00
1 50
50
2 00
3 00
2 50
5 50
5 00
11 50
43 00
5 50
1 00
50 50
12 00
4 00
12 00
9 00
18 50
1 00
50
18 00
12 50
7 00
6 00
3 50
3 00
3 00
5 25
2 50
1 50
6 00
4 00
5 00
4 00
18 00
96 75
18 40
75 00
4 50
30 00
3 00
2 60
4 00
8 00
4 50
6 00
14 00
17 00
36 74
30 60
1 75
54 25
4 00
6 00
10 00
6 50
4 25
10 50
50
1 00
6 00
7 50
6 50
18 50
12 50
1 50
2 50
4 50
3 00
114 00
6 50
9 50
14 50
37,051 60
6 00
3 75
3,655 42    37,051 39 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
153
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
1,571 20
4 00
3,655 42
39 00
1 25
13 00
4 00
1 50
16 50
5 50
17 00
6 00
16 50
52 00
116 00
3 55
132 50
39 00
19 50
4 00
13 25
6 50
1 00
4 00
13 00
2 50
13 00
3 00
7 50
28 00
6 00
15 00
1 00
33 20
20 00
1 00
17 50
2 50
7 00
23 00
4 00
3 00
3 00
15 80
12 50
3 00
4 00
3 00
7 00
13 87
3 00
2 50
7 50
3 50
5 00
3 25
1 00
5 00
3 00
21 00
6 00
10 00
6 00
2 00
3 00
1 25
2 00
2 50
1 00
7 50
4 50
1 00
2 50
75
4 00
4 00
2 00
10 76
27 50
5 50
5 50
5 50
37,051 6
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES ^
—Continued.
Vote No. 59.—Transport of Co?istables and Prisoners. — Continued.
Passage of Officer Miles and witnesses, Spence's Bridge to Port Moody.
C P Railway  	
CPNCo	
P Carter    	
G Tuttle 	
Passage and meals, Cons. Sampson, prisoner and two witnesses	
Taking prisoners from Victoria Gaol to Court House and return	
C P Railway  	
H B Roycraft	
W A Insley  	
Fare of Supt. Roycraft, Con. Miles and others, Pt. Moody to Spence's Bdge.
Travelling allowance to sundry places,                    29 days @ 84 per day
H B Roycraft	
Do.           	
Geo Kier	
Horse and canoe hire, sundry times, for Supt. Roycraft and self	
C P Railway	
Chas Stewart	
Passage of Con. Jas. Lindsay, Port Hammond to Spence's Bridge	
Board, &c, for Con. Booth and prisoner, and team hire from S. Cedar
Passage of Con. Stephenson and 3 prisoners, Departure Bay to Nanaimo
Str R Dunsmuir	
Passage, meals, i&c., Con. Stewart and prisoners, Nanaimo to N. W	
Pierre Ignaee  	
Services with team taking Con. Hines, re arrest McDonald & Kelbourne
Stage fare for Con. Swan and 2 Chinese prisoners, Savona to Kamloops
Horse hire on duty as constable, re murder of Baird, 14 days at $2 $ d.
F W Alymer 	
E T Johnston	
Meals and horse keep for Con. Anderson and asst., re murder of Baird
R D Mather	
Wm Goodridge	
Do.              do.                do.                  Wild Horse Creek to Kam-
Baptiste 	
Keep of horse for Con. Anderson, en route to Kamloops with prisoner
Horse hire, shoeing, &c.,     do.                     do.                         do.
Meals and horse keep,        do.                     do.                         do.
Do.                         do.                     do.                         do.
Conveyance of Cons. Sharpe and Campbell and prisoners, sundry times
Jno T Galbraith	
Bellhouse & Armstrong..
J M Wise	
11 B Kelly	
Moore & Co	
Medical supplies to Supt. Roycraft and party, re Skeena expedition	
Union Truck and Dray Co
H B Rovcraft	
C P N Co	
Thos Penny	
Jno Beaven  	
Herbert Peck	
M Sullivan	
Passage and meals for Con. Flewin and prisoner, to Nanaimo and return
Str fare for Con. Stephenson and prisoners, Departure Bay to Nanaimo
Stage fare,                         do.                       Wellington to Departure Bay
Horse and buggy hire for Special Constable Transfield to Nanoose Bay
Meals and horse keep for Constable Hines, re arrest of Kelbourne	
B C Express Co   	
W H Smith.   	
Passage,                                         do.                  Kamloops to Williams Lake
Meals, horse hire and keep for Con. Hines, Nicola to Kamloops	
B F Boyce	
John Rankin	
Meals and lodging for Special Constable Huntley to New Westminster
Holbrook House .   	
Meals°and bed for Constable Miller and prisoners.''.'.'.'.'.'.'..' ".'.'!'.'.'..'.",''.
Thos Cudlip	
Conveyance of Constable Miller and prisoners from outer wharf to gaol
Do.             	
Canoe hire,                    do.        Granville to Moodyville and hack	
Meals & bed for-Spec. Con. Ball, with 4 prisoners, Yale to New West.
C P Railway	
Do	
Conveying Cons. Ball with Chinese & Indian prisoners,Yale to P.Moody
Fare of Special Constable Ball, Port Moody to Yale	
Do	
Do	
Do	
1,575 20
4,597 84
37,061 60 154
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
9  cts.
S   cts.
9   cts.
CP Railway	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Bligh & Clemis ...
Do.
Peter Fink	
Mrs Darling	
B F Boyce  	
W Insley	
D J Creighton
Peter Fink	
Joseph Miller	
J Kirkup	
Str Amelia	
B C Express Co..
C PN Co	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Geo Kier	
H B Roycraft	
D Gowdy   	
R & J Shaw  	
J R Robbins  	
C P N Co	
John Riley   	
Jas Gilmore	
J D Warren	
B C Express Co   ..
A Onderdonk	
C PR Co	
Jas A Docksteader
Mrs Wm Sinclair..
Thos Levy 	
J M Wise	
Occident Hotel.. ..
Wm A Insley	
Indian Charley ...
C PN Co	
Do	
R B Richardson ..
Oriental Hotel....
Jas Van Bramer ..
Wm B Townsend .
Edwin Carswell...
A Irwin	
Alex Coutlie 	
Jas Phair 	
Richard Curnow..
Bligh & Clemis ...
II B Dart	
C F Costerton
Bligh & Clemis ...
A McBryan	
Indian Tom	
J T Edwards	
B C Express Co...
Do.       do.
II Peck 	
Indian Bill	
Thos Pickard	
Indian Hird	
John Carthew
Arthur Bullock...
Str R Dunsmuir ..
B C Express Co ...
Do.     do.
Indian Marshall...
Brought fonoard
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
—Continued.
Vote No. .59.—Transport of Constables and Prisoners.—Continued.
Fare of Supt. Roycraft, Constable Miles, witnesses and prisoner Jarves.
Port Moody to Cooke's Ferry	
Fare of Supt. Roycraft, Yale to Port Moody	
Do.    Cons. Hussey, Lytton to Spence's Bridge & return, sundry times
Do.    Supt. Roycraft, Lytton to Cooke's Ferry	
Do.    Cons. Hussey and prisoner Smith, Lytton to Port Moody...
Do. do. Port Moody to Lytton	
Meals and bed for Cons. Hussey, re mail robbery at Spence's Bridge
Do. do. at Spence's Bridge    	
Meal for Cons. Hussey and prisoner Smith, North Bend	
Do. do. do. to Port Moody	
Do. do. do. 	
Do. do.	
Bed, do. at Yale	
Meal, do. returning from Port Moody	
Buggy hire, Constable Campbell to Metchosin	
Allowance for lodging at Savona, 2 months @ 812	
Meals, bed & passage of Constable Mainguy to Nanaimo with prisoner
Passage of Supt. Roycraft, Lytton to Savona, 813.50, special trip for
magistrate and superintendent, Spence's Bridge to Lytton, £20
Passages, meals and beds for Deputy Sheriff Langley and prisoners
Sul-wha-lem and Hartz, and return of Langley	
Passages of Indian prisoner Billy, Port Essington to Victoria
Do.    meals   and beds for Supt.  Roycraft,  Jarvis and   Finlayson
Victoria to Port Moody, and from Hammond to Victoria
Passages of Constable Mainguy, prisoners and witnesses, Chemainus
to Maple Bay
Passages, meals and room for Cons. Miller, with prisoner, Victoria to
Cowichan and return	
Horse hire, with prisoners, sundry times	
Travelling allowance to Nanaimo and return, 4 days
Express hire, Constable McNeill to Craigflower	
Carriage hire, Supt. Roycraft and Con. McNeill 	
Express hire for Constables to Craigflower, and to wharf	
Passage of H. B. Roycraft, Victoria to Nanaimo and return	
Do.    on schooner W. P. Say ward with pris. from Hcsquiat to Victoria
Meals and horse keep for Spec. Con. McNeill at Goldstream	
Charter of schooner, $50, passage of prisoner, etc., 816	
Passage of Cons. Lindsay from Spence's Bridge to Barkerville	
Do.     of Cons. Sharpe, Port Moody to Port Hammond	
Do. do. do. do. and return	
Beds for do. and special	
Meals, do. do.
Meals & bed, do.
Conveyance, do.
Meals & Bed, do.
Do. do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Canoe hire for Cons. Miller after witness.
between New West. & Port Moody
at New Westminster 	
Meyer in charge of prisoner....
Passage and meal
Do.
Meals and bed,
Do.
Passages for
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
New Westminster to  Victoria	
and prisoner Quatsmat, Vie. to New West
in Victoria	
on  ferry,   at Burrard  Inlet, July to Dec.
Passages for constable to and from Port Moody	
Horse hire for Special Constable Carswell, arresting Indian Jack, 9 days
@ 82, and horse for prisoner, 810	
Meals, bed and horse keep for Cons. Carswell arresting Indian Jack....
Do. do. do. and prisoner Jack	
Meals, bed, and horse keep for Special Con. Carswell and prisoner Jack
Meals do. do.
Meals, bed and horse keep, do. at Spence's Bridge
Conveyance of Police Officers, meals, bed, etc	
Conveying prisoner Jack from Spence's Bridge to Port Moody	
Meals and bed for Constable Glassey and pris. Jarves at Spence's Bridge
Self & team taking.Con. Robertson from Shuswap L. to Eagle Pass & ret.
Do. do.    & S. Mag. Todd, Eagle Pass to Williams L.
Meals and bed for Constable Swan with two Chinese prisoners	
Fare for Chinese prisoners, Savona to Kamloops	
Do       Con. Swan and prisoner, Savona to Kamloops, and ret. of Con.
Horse & buggy hire for Supt. Roycraft, Govt. Agt Bray, & Con. Booth
Canoe hire for Constable Stephenson to Nanoose	
Meals and beds for Constable Rodello and 4 Specials on Denman Island
Assisting do. looking for Mailer  	
Board and lodging for      do. and Specials searching for Mitchell
Provisions for do. do. do.
Passage for do. do.       Comox to Qualicum...
Stage fare for Con. Lindsay with prisoners and witnesses, Clinton to
Cache Creek and Spence's Bridge, sundry times	
Stage fare for Con. Lindsay & witness, Clinton to 150-Mile House, & ret.
Hire of 2 horses for self and prisoner 	
Carried forward.
1,575 20
1,575 20
4,597 84 37,051 60
52 00
5 50
11 28
2 25
21 50
10 76
2 00
6 50
1 00
1 00
1 50
50
50
50
5 00
24 00
2 50
33 50
16 00
14 00
45 00
2
4 00
10 00
16 00
2 50
7 00
3 25
1 00
10 00
3 00
66 00
45 00
75
1 50
1 00
2 00
12 00
18 00
8 00
4 50
1 00
3 50
6 50
1 50
8 60
50 50
5 00
28 00
6 00
8 00
9 00
1 00
5 00
17 00
28 00
8 00
20 00
12 50
2 00
7 00
14 00
12 00
3 00
4 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
1  50
60 00
105 00
12 00 49 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
155
^O WHOM PAID.
Marshall & Smith...
J E White	
John J Russell 	
Victoria Transfer Co
John Dalby 	
Victoria Transfer Co
H B Roycraft	
C P NCo	
Str Boscowitz  	
Henry Short	
C L Lewis	
John Louis	
Str Peerless	
B C Express Co	
Str Peerless	
A B Ferguson	
Do	
Str Peerless	
B C Express Co	
W J Church   	
Str Peerless	
Mrs Westcott	
C P Railway 	
P Clair	
CPN Co	
Str Peerless	
B C Express Co	
Indian Anaham  ....
D Ercole	
Lee Po	
Wm M Brown	
W L Meason	
Frank Hutton	
Wm Boyd	
Frank Gottfridsen ..
Philip Grinder   	
James W Wood	
W L Meason	
Chas Fenton	
D Ercole	
George Le Po	
Ah Sing	
Jno N Hanes	
P A Hartman	
Marshall & Smith ...
McLellan & Oo  	
C PN Co	
Thos Penny	
Str Amelia	
Oriental Hotel	
R H Hall	
Str Amelia	
Hudson Bay Co	
H B Roycraft   	
S Allen	
R H Hall	
Edward Garnett ....
Geo R Raymond	
M A Trethewy	
C P N Co   ..!	
Str Adelaide	
M A Trethewy 	
Robt Campbell	
H B Roycraft  	
Do. 	
Robt Campbell	
D W Mainguy	
Indian Charley	
CPNCo....*.	
Geo Kier	
B C Express Co	
D W Mainguy	
J B Hill	
Indian Ben	
C P N Co  	
M Harrison 	
Catharine Oliver	
J E Insley	
C P R Co	
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brouqht forward.
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES)
—Continued.
Vote No. 59.—Transport of Prisoners and Constables.—Continued.
Board and keep of horse for Special Constable  Meshal, re Indian Jack
Paid Indians for services rendered taking prisoner Billy to steamer	
Cab hire for Supt. Roycraft	
Sleigh hire for do        to Cadboro Bay, twice	
Carriage hire for      do.       sundry times	
Do. do.        and Officers,	
Travelling allowance at Skeena and Metlakatlah, 2 days @ $4   	
Passage, meals, &bed for Con. McNeill & pris., Vict, to Nanaimo & ret.
Passage for Officer Lewis from Victoria to Skeena	
Waterproof sheet for Supt. Roycraft for camping	
Meals & horse keep, Cons. Aylmer & Anderson, en route to Kicking H.
Horse hire for Con. Anderson to Kicking Horse, re murder of Baird. ..
Passage of T. McK Lambly from Duck's to Kamloops	
Do.     Constable Smith and prisoners, Savona to Kamloops	
Passage and meal,   do.       Kamloops to Savona	
Board and lodging for Constable Kirkup, en route to Columbia	
Meals and beds for do.        Smith at Savona	
Passage, meals, & beds for Constable Kirkup, en route to Columbia R.
Passages for Con. Kirkup and pris. Spence's B. to Savona, sundry times
Services as messenger from Kamloops to Nicola Valley for Con. McLeod
Passage, meals, and bed for Con. Alexander, Savona to Kamloops
Meals and bed for do.    en route froiw Vict, to Kamloops
Passage of Constable Alexander, Port Hammond to Savona
Meals and bed, do. at Yale	
Passage, etc., do. Victoria to Hammond	
Passage, meals, and bed for Constable Kirkup, Eagle Pass to Kamloops
Stage fare for Constable Lindsay and prisoner, Spence's B. to Cache Ck
Horse hire for Constable, re capture of Chilcotin Indians 	
Board and horse keep for Special Constable Hutton
Do. do.
Horse keep, do.
Board and horse keep, do.
Horse hire for self, 11 days @ $1.50 .
Do.      re arrest of Brown 8    ,, 1.50.
Do.      for self, 7    „ 1.50
and prisoner, Reg. o. Brown
Meals, beds, and horse keep, Regina v. Brown	
Horse hire and keep, do. 	
Meals, bed, and horse keep, do. 	
Horse hire for Special Con. Boyd,        do. 	
Meals, bed, and horse keep, do. do. 	
Do. do. do. 	
Ferrying men and horses over Fraser River, Regina v. Brown	
Meals, bed, and horse keep, do.
Horse hire for Special Con. Gottfriedsen, do.     4 days @ $1-50
Board and horse keep do.    Boyd and prisoner,       do.     	
Shoeing horse for do	
Passage, meals, and bed for Constable Miller and prisoner, Hastings to
Victoria, and return of Constable 	
Passage of Con. Stephenson and pris., Departure Bay to Nanaimo, twice
Do. and meals for Con. Mainguy & prisoners, Chemainus to Nanaimo
Board and lodging for       do. do.        Barnes' to Victoria  .
Paid passage, etc., for prisoner Allen, Fort Simpson to Victoria   ...
Passages and meals for Constable Kier and prisoners to Victoria ...
Provisions, etc., for Supt Roycraft and party	
Drayage on baggage of self and Surv'r Tuck and boat hire at Metlakatlah
Hire of canoe and men for Con. Anderson to Naas River and back,
arresting Gemp	
Provisions for prisoners at Fort Simpson	
Carriage hire to Esquimalt for Supt. Roycraft	
Passage of Supt. Roycraft, New Westminster to Port Moody and return
Board and lodging for Cons. McNeill, Campbell and Perkins, at Mission
Passage, meals and bed,       do.	
Passage of Supt. Roycraft to Yale	
Meals for W. D. Ferris. J. P., Cons. Campbell & McNeiil and pris'i- Perldns
Meals and beds at New Westminster, do.	
Travelling allowance, sundry places, @ $4 $ day	
Paid Indians and express hire, sundry times.	
Meals and bed for Constable McNeill at New Westminster ... .
Meals, horse and canoe hire	
Canoe hire for Con. Kier with prisoners Brown & Buchanan to steamer
Passage, meals and bed for Con. Kier and prisoners, Cowichan to Victoria, and return of constable	
Horse hire, sundry times ,.,	
Passage of Constable Kirkup, Victoria to Kamloops ...'.	
Expenses at Nanaimo with Indian prisoners	
Horse hire and keep at Semiahmoo	
Conveyance of prisoner Matthewson, Chilliwhack to New Westminster
Passage and meal for Constable Webb, re Matthewson	
Meals and beds at Chilliwhack,   do. do.
Do. do. do.	
Do. do. do. 	
of Con. Sharpe, Port Moody to Yale, re H. Fairfax	
Carried fonoard.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
8   cts.
1,575 20
5,527 09
8 50
4 00
1 00
5 50
26 00
14 50
8 00
5 00
15 OJ
12 00
3 00
28 00
2 00
7 00
5 50
5 00
2 50
17 00
24 00
5 00
4 25
1 00
18 00
2 00
5 50
6 00
10 00
87,051 60
100 00
100 00
3 50
21 00
6 00
2 00
16 50
12 00
10 50
16 00
5 00
6 00
6 00
6 00
7 00
4 00
2 00
6 00
6 75
4 00
11 50
2 00
5 00
4 00
7 00
6 00
11 88
4 00
19 00
8 87
2 00
2 00
20 50
5 00
3 00
5 00
7 00
61 00
2 76
1 50
15 00
1 50
4 50
12 50
25 00
1 00
6 00
7 50
3 00
3 00
1 50
2 60
5 50
1,676 20
6,281 59
37,051 60 Public Accounts. 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
cts.
S   cts.
$   cts.
1,675 20
6,281 59
11 00
1 25
75
10 00
1 50
1 50
1 00
1 00
1 00
2 00
50
10 00
5 00
17 00
1 00
2 00
1 00
38 50
8 00
4 00
2 50
8 76
3 00
20 75
5 50
1 00
18 00
2 00
4 25
4 00
8 50
14 86
4 00
78 75
6 00
3 85
11 00
63 50
9 00
1 50
6 00
5 50
6 50
6 75
2 00
10 50
1 60
18 00
11 00
1 50
12 00
16 50
2 00
2 00
12 25
3 00
1 50
5 00
1 50
9 50
3 00
4 00
2 00
2 50
4 00
1 50
35 50
7 00
29 50
4 50
3 00
2 00
12 00
4 00
2 50
2 50
19 00
1 60
37,051 60
C P R Co	
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
—Continued.
Vote No. 59.—Transport of Prisoners and Constables.—Continued.
Do	
Do	
Meals for                   do.            at New Westminster, sundry times	
Do.            	
Do	
Alfred West	
Do.           Huntley,            do.                Granville	
Conveying Con. Moresby and prisoner Wong Chong to penitentiary ...
Passage and meals of Con. Sharpe and special, N. W. to Hammond ...
C P N Co    .                	
Do       	
Carriage hire for Con. McNeill from New Westminster & back at night
C P N Co 	
Passage, meals and rooms for Constables Campbell, McNeill, W.D.Ferris, J. P.,and prisoner Perkins,New Westminster to Mission and return
Do.                    do.                do.          Indian George	
Do.                    do          	
Fares for constables and prisoners between Port Moody & New West.
Crossing Con. Hutton & guide with pris., Fraser river & back, 4 d. @ 82
Ah Que	
Meals for Constable Rodello and special in search of Mitchell	
Stage fares for Constable Stephenson and prisoners, sundry times	
Thos Penny	
H Peck	
C P N Co	
Passage,meals,etc,for Con. Miles, Vie. to Hammond, enroute to Kootenay
Meal and bed for Constable Miles,                                do.              do.
Passage for Constable Miles, Hammond to Savona,    do.              do.
Meals and bed at Yale, Constable Miles,                      do.              do.
Passage, meals, etc, Savona to Kamloops,                    do.               do.
Westcott House	
J R McDonnell 	
M Clair 	
Str Peerless	
Ferriage Constable Kirkup across Columbia river, sundry times	
McNicoll & Sears	
Do.       for Constable Alexander at Kamloops	
Meals and bed for Constable Swan, with prisoner Bratton, to Kamloops
Passage and room for Constable Alexander, Kamloops to Eagle Pass ..
Do.   meals and room, Con. Kirkup, Kamloops to Savona and return
Do.                     do                   do.              do.           Eagle Pass	
Do.                    do.               Miles           do.               do	
Str Peerless and owners.
Do.            do.
Do.            do.
Do.            do.
Meals and bed for Constable Kirkup, en route to Columbia river.  	
B F Boyce 	
Meals                   do.              do.           with Indian prisoner	
Passage of Con. Wise, from Yale to North Bend & return, with prisoner
Do.     of Spec. Con. Ball and Indian prisoners to Port Moody	
Meals & bed          do.          at Yale en route to Port Moody with prisoner
Do.                     do.           with prisoners from Yale	
C P Railway	
Do	
R B Kelly	
J RTait	
Carriage hire       do.           to and from Topaz Avenue	
Thos Yardley	
C P N Co
Do.
Do	
Do.    & meal for Moresby, from New West, to P. Hammond & return
Do.           do.                       with prisoner           do.                      do.
Do	
Do	
Do.    meals, etc., for Supt. Roycraft, Constables Moresby, Campbell
Trans, of Con. Campbell to & from Esquimalt & Victoria, Jan. to June
Passage and meal for Constable Kier, and freight on horse, Cowichan
Do	
Passage & meal for Con. Mainguy, with prisoner to Nanaimo & return
Passage of Supt. Roycraft & Con. Burr, with pris. Yale to New West..
Canoe hire for Con. Kier from Cowichan to Coal Island and return	
Horse and buggy   do.              do.             wharf to lockup, with prisoner
Passage, meals and bed for Con. Mainguy & pris., Chemainus to Vic.
Indian Charley	
Donald McPherson	
1,676 20
6,944 80
37,051 60 49 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
157
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
H B Roycraft	
Walter Millington..
Jos McDonald	
Indian Bob	
Baker & Bruce	
H B Roycraft	
D W Mainguy
Str Western Slope .
Geo Kier	
Harry Brooks	
Maurice Salmon ...
A McDonald	
CPN Co	
Do	
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do	
H B Roycraft	
Do -...
D W Mainguy    	
Victoria Transfer Co .
Wm Anderson	
B C Express Co	
Wm Morrison	
Hugh Murray	
Vieth, Borland & Co .
Thos Hamilton	
P C Dunlevy    	
Wm M Brown	
B C Express Co  ...   .
Indian Johnny 	
Str Spallumcheen....
S Downes & Co	
Indian Annie	
A D Mclnnes	
Str Peerless 	
Do	
Ferguson & Newland.
Wm Fortune	
Str Peerless	
Wm J Roper	
M L Hadley	
C P Railway   	
Colonial Hotel	
Mrs S M Nelson	
Str Peerless	
Do	
John McLennan .
B F Boyce	
C P N Co	
Str
Gilroy & Brant .
McGillis & Hill .
VV Tweedie	
B C Express Co.
Str Peerless	
W H Smith	
R Scott 	
G B Wright ....
J T Edwards....
B C Express Co.
D K Robertson .
JT Edwards....
John McKay	
C P Railway ...
Do.
Do	
Brought forward .
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
—Continued.
Vote No. 59.—Transport of Prisoners and Constables. —Continued.
Sundry expenses  	
Express hire to Happy Valley	
Do.      taking stolen property	
Canoe hire for special constables in search of Indians at Saanich	
Carriage hire for Supt. Roycraft to Metchosin	
Travelling allowance to New Westminster and to Yale,       12 days @ $4
Hire of two horses tak. pris. Tolars to Cowichan lock-up, $4, meal, 50 cts
Passage, meals, etc., for Con-Mainguy and prisoner Burns	
Horse and canoe hire from Cowichan to Chemainus with Indian pris.
Sundry fares from and to Langley and other places 	
Boat hire for Supt. Roycraft 	
Driving Special Constable to Esquimalt and hack	
Passage of Supt. Roycraft New West, to Vict., & pris.,Hammond to N.W
Passage and meals for Con.   Mainguy and prisoners, Chemainus to
Nanaimo, and return
Passage, meals, etc., for Deputy Sheriff Langley, Con.  Campbell, and
prisoners, Victoria to New Westminster, and return of Sheriff .
Passage, meals, etc., for Constable Mainguy, Victoria to Chemainus
Passage, meals, etc., for Con. Mainguy from Chemainus with 2 prisoners
Do. do. do.     Moresby and prisoner, New West, to Vict.
Meals for Con. Kirkup, en route to Columbia River.	
Passages, meals, etc., Con. Mainguy,'witness, and prisoner, Chemainus
to Nanaimo, and return of Constable	
Do. do. do. do.       with prisoners
Paid for buggy and express to Esquimalt	
Travelling allowance to Nanaimo and New Westminster, 5 days @ $4..
Paid for sundry expenses while on duty	
Buggy hire for Supt. Roycraft and Constables
Sundry travelling expenses Salt Spring Island to Victoria and Cowichan
Stage fare for Constable Lindsay, Barkerville to Clinton, .$37.50, and
Constable Moresby and prisoner, Van Horne to Clinton and return
Meal for Constable Lindsay at Clinton Assizes
Meals for
do.
do.
do.       and bed,
do. do.
Stage fare,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do
do.
do.
do.
do.
do. Clinton to Soda Creek
Hire of 2 horses for self as Special Constable with prisoner, 4 d. @ SI. 50
Passage, &c., Con. Alexander, Eagle Pass to Spallumcheen, sundry times
Meals, bed, and keep of horse for Constable St.Laurent.
Ferrying Constable at Alexandria	
Meals, bed, and horse keep for Constable St.Laurent	
Passage and meals for Constable Kirkup from Kamloops to Eagle Pass
Do. do.   & pris. Brown, Eagle P. to Kamloops
Hire of horse for Constable Swan	
Passage of do.       Savona to Railway Camp
Do. do.       and prisoner	
Meals, bed, and keep of horse for Constable Swan	
.age of Constable Smith, Port Moody to Savona	
Do. do. and 4 prisoners, Savona to Port Hammond
Meal and bed for     do. at Port Moody	
Meals for do. and 4 prisoners at Spence's Bridge
°f do. do. Savona to Kamloops, and
return of constable	
and rooms for Constable Smith and 4 prisoners at Savona..
Do. do. do. Yale ....
Do. do. do. Nicornen
Passages and room, do. do. Pt. Hammond
to New Westminster, and return of constable	
Passages and meals for Spec.  Con.  Robertson with prisoner Brown.
Kamloops to Eagle Pass     ;
Is and bed for Spec. Con. Robertson with prisoner Brown at Farwell
Meals for do. do. do.
Meals and beds, do. do. do'
Stage fare, do. do. EaglePass
to Farwell, and return of constable	
_  . meals and room for Spec. Con. Robertson with prisoner Brown,
Eagle Pass to Kamloops	
Hire of horse for Constable Smith .'" \ .........
Meals, bed and keep of horse for Constable Smith	
Meals and keep of horse for Constable Kirkup	
Meals and bed for Constable Swan, with prisoner to Kamloops
Passage of Con. Kirkup and pris.  Brown, Farwell to Eagle Pass, and
return of constable	
Meals and beds for Constable Robertson on line of railway	
Meals for Constable Kirkup and prisoner Brown, to Kamloops	
Serving summons on Glassey and expenses fm Lytton to Salmon R., &c
^--lage of special constable with Indian prisoner, Yale to Port Moody
Do.                  do.             Ball and prisoner Ah Lee,               do
Do. do. Ball, Port Hammond to Yale	
Carried forward.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
1,675 20
$   cts.
4 25
5 0C
1 OC
2 00
5 0C
48 00
4 50
2 50
14 00
4 75
2 85
2 60
4 50
4 00
22 60
1 75
2 26
9 00
1 00
4 00
2 00
2 25
20 00
11 50
54 50
7 00
63 50
60
1 00
1 00
1 50
1 50
4 50
26 00
12 00
9 60
4 00
1 00
3 00
6 00
12 50
5 50
1 50
12 50
2 50
18 00
90 00
1 00
3 00
15 00
6 26
2 50
3 00
4 00
12 00
2 50
1 50
4 50
28 50
8 00
3 00
2 50
11 75
2 50
28 50
18 50
4 00
12 00
11 00
11 00
5 60
37,051 60 158
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
TO  WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
W F Flood	
CP Railway....,	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
S M Nelson	
H B Smith	
Geo Baillie	
Str Peerless	
Do	
J T Edwards	
C P Railway	
Peter Clair	
W Insley	
Peter Clair    	
C P Railway	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Jno R Scott	
Indian Charley	
Mrs Kling	
Jimmy Hope	
H H D Shuttleworth  ..
W L Alexander	
J F Parkinson	
Jno McLellan	
Thos Penny	
Indian Elakwatsa	
Thos Pickard ...   	
Str R Dunsmuir ...
Indian Johnny	
Michael Halloran	
CPN Co	
J Chenowith	
Indian Kultus	
David Griffith	
H Anderson	
Indian Barnaby	
R Fry	
A McLeod	
Jno Derwent	
Jno McDonald	
Harold Redgrave	
Indians Appal & Tamica
Indian Titall	
James Park	
J Davis 	
D Rhodes	
C S Lundy 	
D McLaughlin   	
T Wright	
Jno T Galbraith	
G B Wright	
W B Townsend	
Do	
Geo Black	
Noble Oliver	
Thos Levy	
W A Insley	
W Moresby	
W B Townsend	
CPN Co	
Jno Shennan	
W R Lewis	
Do	
B F Boyce  	
Barnes & Evans	
Marshall & Smith	
Jas Campbell	
J McLennan	
Mrs Nelson   	
A Stevenson  	
C P Railway.	
Jas Van Bramer	
Brought forward .
VIL—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
—Continued.
Vote No. 59.—Transport of Prisoners and Constables. —Continued.
Conveying- prisoner Ah Quon from Hope to Yale 	
Passage of Officer Hussey, Spence's Bridge to North Bend, re Glassey..
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Meal for
do. and prisoner Glassey, Lytton to Spence's Bdge
Supt. Roycraft, Yale to Spence's Bridge	
do. Spence's Bridge to Port Moody
Officer Hussey and pris. Glassey, Spence's Bdge to Pt. Moody
do. at Spence's Brid^
Hire of hand-car and men taking Officer Hussey and prisoner Glassey
from Reefer's station to Lytton	
Meals and beds for Officer Hussey and prisoner Glassey at Lytton
of Con. Swan and prisoners, Savona to Kamloops, and return
of constable	
of Con. Swan and prisoners, Kamloops to Savona	
Meals and beds, do. at Kamloops	
Passages of Con. Hussey and prisoner Denby, Lytton to Port Moody
Meals for special constable and prisoners Glassey and Gordon at Yale
Meals and bed for Special Constable Ball	
Meal for Constable Hussey	
Passage of       do. Yale to Spence's Bridge	
Do.      special constable and prisoner Stanhope, Yale to Pt. Moody
Do.      Officer Hussey, Spence's Bridge to Yale	
Do.      Special Constable Ball to sundry places with prisoners
Meals and beds, do. and prisoner Stanhope	
Self and mate with canoe, convey'g- Con. Wise to Texas Lake and return
for Con. Wise and Indians	
Conveying- 2 Chinese prisoners in canoe from Hope to Yale
Do.      5 do. do. do.
Meals and bed for Spec Con. Ball and prisoner Jack at Chapman's Bar
Do. do. do. Spuzzum
Do. Officer Hussey at Yale	
Passage of Con. Stephenson and prisoners from Departure Bay..
Canoe hire for Spec. Con. Tranfield in search of Indian	
Board and lodging do. on Denman Island —
Passage and meal do. to Denman Island and back .
Canoe hire for Con. Drake to Nanaimo River	
Meals, bed and keep of horse, Con. Mainguy at Cedar District ..
Passage of Con. McNeill and 2 prisoners, Chemainus to Nanaimo
Boat hire for Cons. Stewart and Booth	
Hunting for horses for Con. Anderson	
Provisions supplied Con. Anderson, en route to Kootenay Lake .
Hire of horse
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
do. on Kootenay River and Lake.
, Kirkup and prisoner Brown	
do. do.
Meals, bed, &c.
Boat hire,
Meals and bed for Con
Do.
Meals for Con. Wise
Assisting- Con. Anderson, re capture of Sproule	
Do. do. do do	
Feri'iage of Con. Kirkup on Columbia River at Farwell	
Shoeing horses for A. W. Vowell and Constable Anderson	
Hire of horses and expenses of Constable Brown with prisoner
Conveying A. W. Vowell, constables and prisoner from Boundary to
Kootenay Lake, twice	
Supplies to Con. Anderson and specials, re murderer of Hammill
Horse hire for Constable Miles from Wild Horse Creek to Boundary en
route to Kootenay Lake, 5 days @ $2
Freight of Anderson's baggage, etc., Wild Horse Creek to L. Kootenay
Do.     on gov't, baggage from Eagle Pass to Farwell, for Con. Kirkup
Stage fare Constables Sharpe and Paine	
Buggy hire for Officer Moresby, twice	
Meals for Constable Sharpe	
Board and lodging, Officer Moresby at Wharnock	
Do. do do	
Do.                       do.               searching for missing man
Do. do. in Victoria at Assizes	
Passages for Constable Shennan and prisoners	
Do.      and meals, New Westminster to Wharnock	
Paid for Passage and meals to Maple Ridge	
Stage fares for constables and prisoners to and from Granville
Buggy hire for Officer Moresby	
Meals for Officer Burr and 3 prisoners	
Meals and beds, Officers Moresby and Lindsay and prisoner.,.
Board and lodging, Officer Moresby	
Meals, Officer Moresby and prisoner Alick	
Do.
Do.
Do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Spence's B'ge to Suspen. B'ge
Do.      Con. Miller at Burrard Inlet, January, February and March.
Carried forward.
5 50
5 00
4 50
7 75
13 00
26 00
50
5 00
4 00
7 50
7 50
3
10 75
2 00
2 00
50
8 50
11 00
13 00
8-75
2 00
5 00
2 00
6 00
12 00
4 00
2 00
4 50
1 75
1 Oo
1 00
5 50
1 00
2 50
75
1 50
3 00
7 60
8 00
16 00
15 25
15 00
3 00
3'50
6 00
22 00
10 00
4 75
10 00
28 00
75 00
9 25
10 00
10 50
27 80
9 00
5 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
6 00
9 00
4 00
3 00
2 00
15 00
2 50
2 00
4 00
8 00
4 00
3 00
3 50
1 50
75 00
15 00
8,330 30 37,051 49 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
159
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
Steamer Cassiar 	
Colonial Hotel	
Daniel Farmer 	
Indian Jack	
Do.   Tom	
Do.    Jim	
J M Wise	
Do	
Occident Hotel	
C PR Co	
J Burr	
Robt Scott	
M Jayol	
"Colonist'' 	
"Columbian"	
"Free Press"	
C Bloomfield 	
J K Worsfold	
Jno Beaven 	
"Inland Sentinel" 	
Struve,    Haines   &   Co.
F C Marshal	
T N Hibben & Co	
Indian Napoleon  	
H B Roycraft	
Indian Cecelia	
A Clemes	
Thos Hornby ..:	
II Hansz, J P	
A G M Spragge   	
W D Ferris, J P	
Do. 	
James Van Bramer	
H Hantz, J P	
SD Pope, B A	
H M Stramberg, B A.
F-G Walker, B A ....
James Kaye	
J Sehl  	
"Evening Post" 	
M W Waitt & Co	
"Standard"	
"Colonist"	
J B Ferguson & Co ..
W Newbury	
B C Express Co	
TR Pearson &Co....
C P N Co .
Brought forward.
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES)
—Concluded.
Vote No.59.—Transport of Prisoners and Constables.—Concluded.
Passages and meals for Supt. Roycraft and Officer Hussey, witnesses
and prisoners, Yale to New Westminster	
Meals and beds for Constable Miller at New Westminster	
Boat hire for do. 	
Two trips to Moodyville with special constable from Granville	
1 day in canoe with Constable Miller	
Ferriage of Constable Huntly and prisoner across False Creek	
Conveying prisoners to penitentiary from Port Moody	
Sundry passages on stage, cons, and pris. from P. Moody, April & May
Meals and bed for Constables Shennan, Sharpe, Paine and assistant....
Passages for Officer Burr and prisoners, New Westminster to Yale	
Meals and bed       do.      at Assizes	
Vote No. 60.—Miscellaneous.
Conveying letters to Nicola Lake, re postponement of County Court
Do.     messages do. re capture of Abieshire.   	
Advertising sundry notices.. 	
Do. do. 	
Do. do. 	
12 police manuals, etc., for distribution to provincial constables....
Copying indictments, etc., in Attorney-General's office	
Hauling 2 loads saw-dujst for court room	
Advertising notices at Kamloops	
Profes. services rendered Supt. Roycraft at Seattle, re extradition case
Services assisting to make up gaol returns in Victoria	
Postal cards and stamps for Victoria Gaol	
Washing gaol at Lytton    	
Paid "Colonist," "Standard" and "Post" newspapers for 12 months
to 30th April, 1885, for Superintendent's office	
Cleaning court-house and gaol at Spence's Bridge	
Washing do. do. do. 	
Taking rifles, ammunition, etc., to steamer, re Chinese riot	
Expenses at Spence's Bridge, assist. J. Murray, J. P., re trial of Guydar
Barrister's fee, re liquor license appeal at Farwell	
Services assisting G. Blanchard, J. P., at Port Moody	
Holding Justice's Court. Regina v. Perkins, expenses, S6, 3 days @| 5
Use of str. Senator, searching- for body at Burrard Inlet, 3£ days @ 820
Attending- trial of Jarvis at Spence's Bridge, meals, etc	
VIII.— EDUCATION.
Vote No. 61.—Education Office.
Supt. of Education, salary, 1st July, '84, to 30th June, '85, @ 8125 q
Services as examiner of public school teachers	
Do. do. do. 	
Do.       Secretary to Board of Examiners	
Hire of chairs and tables	
Advertising  	
Sundry stationery	
Advertising	
Do,        	
Maps and stationery	
Satchel for Supt. of Education  	
Expressage on maps to Kamloops	
Stationery for Supt. of Education at New Westminster	
Passage, meals and bed, Supt. of Education to New Westminster..
W J French  Horse and buggy for
W P Grant  Ferrying horse and buggy,
Jas Punch | Taking charge of horse for
C P N Co Fare, Victoria to Cowichan,
A Todd Meal at Cowichan,
A A Brownell
Jno H Blythe  ...
W P Jaynes 	
NW Campbell...
CPN Co	
R Watkins	
W L LeBallister .
Indian Solomon...
C P N Co 	
H Simpson	
CPN Co	
Caledonia Hotel .
Occident Hotel ...
W B Townsend ...
S D Pope	
Moodyville Hotel ,
F M Gilbert	
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
at
do.
1,675 20
8,330 30
39 00
39 00
7 00
1 00
1 00
3 00
50
10 00
41 00
13 00
22 00
6 50
5 00
10 00
18 60
10 32
40 00
7 55
22 00
8 00
10 00
to Quamichan	
Chemainus,85; meals81.25
Expressage for
Conveyance for
Horse and buggy for
Meals and bed for
Passage and meal for
Meals and bed for
Horse and buggy for
Canoe hire,
Meals and passage,
Keep of horse for
Passage and meals,
Meal for
Board and lodging,
Horse and buggy,
Paid Indian for canoe hire to North Arm
Meals for Supt. of Education 	
for do. from Granville to New Westminster
Carried forward	
to Gabriola Island	
Nanaimo to Victoria
at Saanich	
Vic. to N. W. and return.
at New Westminster .
1,732 20
SO    37,051 6
2 00
5 00
25 00
25 00
6 00
1 00
39 00
2 75
1 75
1 00
12 00
27 00
7 00
21 00
70 00
20 00
1,500 00
150 00
160 00
100 00
6 25
8 00
40 25
10 00
19 00
289 65
2 50
2 20
1 25
4 00
5 00
1 25
1 00
50
50
50
1 50
6 25
1 50
1 50
5 00
3 50
3 50
1 00
75
7 50
50
11 00
5 00
50
50
1 00
8,474 30
2,342 351 160
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
Str Leonora	
Geo R Raymond	
Deighton Hotel   	
Victoria Transfer Co .
W G Bowman  	
Wm Smith	
Telegraph Signal Service
Munroe Miller	
R T Williams	
T N Hibben & Co	
Occident Hotel	
T W Corder 	
Wm Fisher, Jr	
F C Steinberger 	
Jno Bartlett	
DBanfield	
C PN Co	
John Otto	
John Henderson	
J D Bryant	
W Thomson	
Wm Steinberger	
Occident Hotel    	
C P N Co  	
Delta Hotel 	
Edward Ladner	
C P N Co  	
J Ibbitson	
Port Hammond Hotel.
Indian Charlie	
John Boyes	
Abraham Huck	
Langley Hotel	
Royal Hotel	
Valley Hotel	
CPN Co	
T H Lehman 	
N Oliver	
Indian Joseph	
W H Garner	
Jno Kirkland	
Ed Hauston	
Str Amelia	
Royal Hotel	
Pioneer Livery Stable.
A McAllister	
Royal Hotel	
E Pimbury & Co	
Str Amelia	
W P Jayne 	
Occident Hotel	
C P N Co	
A W Lawson	
T N Corder	
D Banfield 	
"Columbian"	
"Free Press"	
"Mainland Guardian".
TR Pearson & Co	
"Columbian"	
J H McLaughlin	
J N Muir	
Do	
R Offerhaus 	
J A Halliday	
J H Thain	
A Dods 	
A C Gowen   	
E E Anderson	
E J Gardiner	
M R Davidson	
L Horton	
C Forrest	
E A Williams	
L M Caldwell	
L M Reid	
A D Cameron 	
H Jackson	
M Williams	
L A Barron	
Brought forward	
VIIL— EDUCATION.—Continued.
Vote No. 61.—Education Office.—Concluded.
Passage for Supt. of Education from Moodyville to Hastings	
Do. do. to and from Port Moody	
Meals, bed, and horse hire for Superintendent of Education	
Carriage hire, sundry times, do. 	
Do. and stage, sundry times, do. 	
Services as porter for Board of Examiners	
Sjndry telegrams  	
Public School certificates and High School diplomas.	
Placing registers and reports in wrappers for mailing	
Terrestrial globes, quadrants, etc	
Board and lodging for Supt. of Education	
Express to Public School .	
Keep of horse for Supt. of Education at Metchosin -	
Do. do. at Saanich    	
Express to and from Craigflower	
Do.       for Supt. of Education from steamer to central school	
Passage, meals, etc., do.     Victoria to New Westminster & return
Canoe hire for do.     to and from Shawnigan	
Meal and keep of horse,     do.     at Saanich 	
Meals, bed, & horse keep,  do. do.        	
Keep of horse, do. do	
Do. do. do	
Meals and bed, do. do. 	
Passage and meals, do.     from Victoria to Ladner's L. & return
Meals and bed, do.     Ladner's Landing	
Messenger	
Fare for Supt. of Education from Mount Lehman to Chilliwhack	
Meal for do. at Lehman's Landing 	
Do. do. Port Hammond	
Canoe hire, do.	
Meal & horse keep, do. at Langley Prairie	
Meals, bed, and horse keep for Supt. of Education, Clover Valley	
Meals and bed, do. 	
Meals, bed, and buggyrhire, do. at Centreville	
Meal do. at Chilliwhack	
Passage, meal, and room, do. 	
Meals and bed, do. at Lehman's Landing
Do. do. at Wharnock	
Canoe from Johnson's L. to Lehman's,  do. 	
Meal at do. do. 	
Hire of horse for do.	
Returning horse to Ladner's Landing	
Passage, meals, and room from Nanaimo for Supt. of Education  	
Board and lodging, do. do. 	
Horse and buggy to and from Wellington, do. 	
Keep of horse at Wellington, do. 	
Meals, bed, buggy and boat hire, Maple Bay, do. 	
Stationery at Nanaimo, do. 	
Passage and meal from Maple Bay to Nanaimo, do. 	
Meal and horse keep at Quamichan, do. 	
Board and lodging at New Westminster, do. 	
Fare and meals Victoria to        do. and return,    do. 	
Carriage from wharf to residence,                                  do.              ....
Expressage on packages to High School	
Do. papers to Education Office	
Subscription for do. 	
Do. do	
Do. do-	
One ream of foolscap and 1 box of fasteners, Supt. of Education	
Advertising examination       	
Vote No. 62.—Victoria City.
Salary Principal, High School, 1st to 31st July, 1884, @ $110 $ m.
Do         do      '         do. lstAug.,'84,to30th June,'85, 110% „
Do" 2nd Master,    do. 1st to 31st July, 1884, 100 „
Do            do.           do. lstAug.,'84,to30thJune,'85. 100 „
Do. Principal Boys'School, 1st July,'84, to 30th June,'85, 100 ,,
Do. 1st Assistant, do.                   do.                  do. 80 ,,
Do. 2nd        ,,         do.                   do.                  do. 70 „
Do 3rd        „         do.                   do.                  do. 60 „
Do 4th         „          do. 1st to 31st July, 1884, 60 „
Do' 4th do 1st Aug.,'84, to SOth June,'85, 60 „
Do' 5th        „         do. 1st to 31st July, 1884, 50 „
Do' 5th        „         do. 1st Aug.,'84, to 30th June,'85, 50 „
Do". 6th        ,,         do.                  do.            do. 50 „
Do. Principal Girls' School, 1st July,'84,to 30th June, 85, 80 „
Do. 1st Assistant, do.                  do              do. 70 „
Do. 2nd       ,,         do.                  do.             do. 70 „
Do. 3rd        „          do.                   do.              do. 60 „
Do 4th        „          do. 1st to 31st July, 1884, 55 „
Do 4th                   do. lstAug.,'84, to 30th June,'85, 55 „
Do! 5th       „         do. 1st July, '84, to30th June '85, 50 „
Carried forward	
1,732 20  2,342 35
50
2 00
4 50
12 50
69 10
S 00
1 70
60 00
13 60
221 35
6 50
50
50
50
3 00
1 00
7 50
2 50
1 50
5 50
25
50
2 50
6 60
1 50
50
1 00
50
60
1 50
50
1 25
2 75
7 00
50
3 75
1 60
1 00
1 50
50
6 00
4 00
3 00
3 f>0
5 00
50
8 00
2 00
i oo
75
6 00
7 50
50
50
50
3 00
3 00
5 00
5 00
3 80
110 00
1,210 00
100 00
1,100 00
1,200 00
960 00
840 00
720 09
60 00
660 00
50 00
550 00
650 00
960 00
840 00
840 00
720 00
55 00
605 00
600 00
1,732 20 12,730 00
2,862 56 49 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
161
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
MV Storey	
H Jackson 	
CPNCo  	
Eli Harrison, Jr .
HC Wilson	
Thos S Wilson ..
W H Huxtable...
' 'Standard"  	
"Evening Post" 	
"Colonist" 	
"Times"	
Victoria Water Works. ..
Hall& Goepel	
S Jackson 	
T McConnell  	
J Strachan	
Jos Leigh	
Marvin & Tilton	
Lettice & Sears	
J B Ferguson & Co	
W Walker	
Bagnall & Co	
A Lewis & Co	
G E Jackson	
J P Burgess	
McKillican & Anderson .
D Banfield	
A & W Wilson	
Samuel Gray	
Langley & Co	
E G Prior	
T N Hibben & Co	
C E Redfern	
Jno Weiler 	
J Benshman	
Daniel Walker	
Edward Mallandaine	
W C Robinson	
Ed Mallandaine	
WH Brooks	
Henry Saunders	
Chas Hayward ....
Edward Mallandaine, Jr.
R Plummer	
Arcade Restaurant	
Matthews,Richards & Tye
Chas Morton 	
J C Bales   	
Thos Partridge	
J^s Sommers	
Neufelder & Ross	
J Sehl	
W H Bone   	
W Bannerman  ...
R A Anderson ....
J W Thomson	
G H Sluggett	
R L Fraser	
R Offerhaus   	
J P Johnston	
Jno Mundell	
G A Watson	
G H Sluggett	
M Richardson    ...
T N Hibben & Co .
Jno Graig	
SCIay	
Jno Slugget	
Muirhead & Mann
G W Anderson .
J Heal 	
A Lewis	
Louis Duval	
Edward Prichard .
Samuel Jones ....
Mrs Mitchell 	
F Spotts 	
Edwin John	
Brought fonoard	
VIII. -EDUCATION.—Continued.
Vote No.
-Victoria City.—Concluded.
Teacher, James'Baj WardSch., 1st July,'84, to 30th June,'85, @S70 $ m.
Do.     Johnson St.       do.     1st Aug. '84; to 30th June,'85,      70   „
Freight on box of mineral specimens for Victoria High School	
Lettering, gilding, etc., 2 tablets for do. do. 	
Sundry repairs, coal scuttle, bucket, etc	
Making frame and board for roll of honor, High School	
Janitor to Central School from 1st April, 1884, to 31st Oct., 1885, @ $30,
& from 1st Nov., 1884, to 30th June, 1885, @ $40, & sawing wood, $16
Advertising, re opening of school, etc	
Do. notices	
Do. do	
Do. do	
Water	
Coal supplied
Cleaning Johnson Street Ward School, 10 months @ ^5; sawing wood $2
Cleaning James' Bay Ward School, July	
Do. do. do. August	
Do. do. do. 1st September,'84, to SOth June, '•
Step-ladder, yard-stick, pointers, broom, etc	
Glazing windows	
Tablets and crayons, etc	
Wood
Repairing drum	
Stove and fixings	
Cutting wood, Johnson Street Ward School	
Sundry repairs	
Repairing tank, water boxes, etc	
Expressage	
Stoves, pipe, repairs, etc	
Two tables with drawers, §12.50; platform, $6	
Thermometers	
Two hand bells	
Blank  books, chalk, etc	
Repairing clocks    	
Door mats, brooms, towels, etc	
Cleaning school	
Do. 	
Returning Officer at election of Trustees, Johnson St. Ward,   2 d. @ $5
Do. do. do.       James' Bay Ward,    2    „     5
Do. special election of Trustees, Johnson St. Ward ...
Assistant Returning Officer at election of Trustees	
Buckets, brooms, etc	
Making ballot boxes and fixing polling booths, etc	
Poll Clerk, James Bay Ward	
Do	
Lunch for Returning Officers	
Padlocks   	
Two boxes chalk	
Chai'ges and freight on maps presented by Justice Gray	
Janitor at City Hall for meeting of Trustees	
Mounting maps	
Broom and towels	
Rent of tables and chairs for election purposes	
Returning Officer at election of Trustees	
Vote No. I
-Victoria District.
Teacher, Cedar Hill, 1st to 31st July, 1884,
@ #70 $ m.
70   „
70   „
50    „
50    „
Do. do.        1st Aug., 1884, to 30th June, 1885,
Do.       North Saanich, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885,
Do.       Lake, 1st to 31st July, 1884,
Do. do.    1st Aug., 1884, to 30th June, 1885,
Do.       East-South Saanich, 1st to 31st July, 1884,
Do. do. 1st Aug., 1884, to 30th June, 188
Do.       Craigflower, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885,
Do.       West-South Saanich, 1st to 31st July, 1884,
D. do. 1st Aug., 1884, to 30th June, 1885, 50
Cleaning school-room, West-South Saanich School	
2 sets of reading tablets and chalk, do	
Wood, do	
Axe, window lights, etc., do	
80
50
Hauling wood.
Seats,
Wood for
Rent of building,
Stove and pipe,
Wood, axe handle.
Cleaning yard, etc,
Wood,
Cleaning East-South Saanich School
Wood, brooms, etc., do.
Cleaning & whitewashing do.
do.
do.
Lake School	
do.       7 months @ §5 per month.
do	
do	
do	
, etc
do.
(tarried forward.
1,732 20
12,730 00
840 00
720 00
2,862 55
10 90
10 90
25 00
42 50
38 50
38 50
20 00
20 00
95 00
546 00
5 00
49 25
5 00
5 00
24 90
91 20
30 80
18 00
86 00
178 10
52 00
5 00
5 00
50 50
14 12
12 25
30 75
9 00
68 50
2 26
34 25
4 50
44 52
5 00
75
137 50
18 50
6 87
5 00
16 75
40 13
6 50
20 13
4 00
4 00
10 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
3 75
15 25
5 00
5 00
7 00
3 00
75
3 25
20 00
2 50
1 25
2 00
10 00
16,103 77
70 00
770 00
840 00
50 00
650 00
80 00
880 00
720 00
50 00
550 00
2 00
9 00
5 00
3 87
3 00
21 37
3 00
3 00
35 00
21 00
13 25
10 00
8 50
5 00
16 00
15 00
2,005 50
4,730 99
18,966 32 162
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
'"O WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts
Wm Avons	
Peter Imrie ...
Thos Ferguson
Henry King ...
J Hynes 	
J P Burgess .
Brought forward.
VIII.— EDUCATION.— Continued.
Vote No (
-Victoria District.—Concluded.
Margaret Irvine  | Cleaning school-room,
Cleaning well and repairing pump, etc., East-South Saanich School.
Digging ditch in school ground, axe, etc., North Saanich School . ..
Cutting 10 cords of wood, do.
Wood, repairing clock, broom, etc., Cedar Hill School	
Repairing fence, do. 	
Benches and seats, do. 	
Wm Feitch.
C E Redfern	
T N Hibben & Co .
N Wolfenden	
Maggie Jennings..
W H Phelps	
A C Steele  	
N Wolfenden	
L Horton   	
J A McLeod	
C E Clarke	
F L Stephenson...
"Standard"	
A H Peatt 	
C Foreman   	
DRRule	
Burns & Co	
"Standard"	
H J Dunn	
Mrs E Calvert	
Jos Pearce	
T N Hibben & Co .
V Jensen 	
M McCarthey	
Edith Muir	
M W Sanborn
Jno Muir	
Robt A Anderson .
W J Mufford	
H A Munn	
E J Campbell	
A Monk	
W J Mufford	
Jas A Hoy	
S G Lewis	
B H Smith	
Alex Shaw	
A M Bannerman...
A McCartey	
Wm H Phelps	
A Pollard	
AC Steele	
E S Wood	
R A R Purdy	
E S Wood	
"Standard" 	
W J McMillan	
Jno Barry 	
Muirhead & Mann .
Thos Farnsworth ..
Frank Gravelle	
T N Hibben & Co ..
Do.
Alex Mearns	
R B Richardson	
J Dassonville	
Jas Mearns	
C Harel	
Geo Furness	
K Furness  	
NW Campbell	
H Fuller	
Harry Windsor	
Daniel Currie	
Anglican Church ..
Chas Hayward 	
Indian Jacque	
W P Jaynes 	
Wood, Craigflower School.
Reparing clock,   do.
3 boxes of chalk, do.
do.
Vote No. 64.—Esquimalt District.
Teacher, Sooke School, from 1st July to 31st Dec., 1884,
850, 3 m. @ $55
@ $60 $ m.
Metchosin, 1st July to 31st Dec, 1884, 3 m.
10th Jan. to 30th June, 1885,
Advertising teacher wanted, Colwood School	
Wood, bucket, etc., do. 	
Hauling gravel, etc., Metchosin School	
Wood, do. 	
Nails, tools, etc., do.	
Advertising teacher wanted, do. 	
Cutting and piling wood, Esquimalt School    	
Three cords wood, do. 	
Cleaning school, lighting fires, etc., do. 	
Chalk, etc., do. 	
Basin, broom, etc., do. 	
Supplying and cutting wood, do. 	
Cleaning school-house, Sooke School	
Fixing window, cleaning chimney, etc., Sooke School	
Wood, broom, etc., do. 	
Vote No. 65.—Cowichan District.
Teacher, Maple Bay School, 1st to 31st July, 1884	
Do. do. 1st Aug., 1884, to 30th June, 1885, 6 m. @
$60 and 5 m. @ $50	
Teacher, South Cowichan, 1st July to 15th Aug., 1884, @ §55 $ m
Do.
do.
Do.
Esquimalt
Do.
do.
Do.
do.
Do.
Colwood,
Do.
do.
Do.
Metchosin
Do.
do.
10th Jan. to 30th June, 1885.
1st July to 31st Dec, 1884,
1st January to 30th April, 1885,
1st .May to SOth June, 1885,
1st to 31st July, 1884,
1st Aug., '84, to 30th June, '85.
@ S50 $ m.
60 „
70 „
10 „
70 „
50 „
50 „
Do.
Quamichan,
Do.
Shawnigan,
Do.
do.
Do.
Chemainus,
Do.
Burgoyne Bay,
Do.
do
Do.
Mayne Island,
Do.
Ao.
Do.
do.
Do.
Vesuvius, S.P.I
Do.
do.
Do.
do.
Do.
do.
Do.
Somenos,
55
50
50
60
60
50
50
50
60
60
60
60
50
> $m
16th Aug., '84, to SOth June, '85,
1st Julv, '84, to 30th June, '85,
1st to 3*lst July, 1884	
16th Aug., '84, to 30th June, '85,
1st July, '84, to 30th June, '85,
1st July to 8th September, 1884,
17th Sept., '84, to 30th June, '85
1st to 31st July, 1884,
1st Aug., '84, to 15th Feb., '85,
17th Feb. to 30th June, 1885,
1st Aug. to 31st Oct., 1884,
15th Nov. to 31st Dec, 1884,
1st Jan. to 28th Feb., 1885,
1st March to 30th June, 1885,
1st April to 30th June, 1885,
Advertising teacher wanted, Shawnigan School	
Blank books,§1.25,freighton school desks,blackboard,etc. Shawnigan Sch
Cartage of seats, wood supplied,       Shawnigan School	
Painting two blackboards, do. 	
Fixing stove-pipe and benches, do. 	
Wood, do. 	
Chalk, do	
Readers, ink, etc., do. 	
Wood, do. 	
Axe, stationery, etc., do. 	
Clock, do. 	
Surveying, chopping, etc., new school site,    do. 	
Making wood shed, $12, cord-wood, $21, Burgoyne School	
Do.   desks, etc, do. ....
Cleaning school-house, do, 	
Making desks, cleaning school, wood, etc., Chemainus School
Building water closet, do.
Cutting two cords of wood, do.
Do.     hole in ceiling, do.
Rent of school-room, Quamichan School.
Blackboard stand, wharfage, etc., do. 	
Wood, do. 	
Wood, cleaning school-house, etc., do. 	
Carried forward       2,005 50     5,38174   26,638 87
4,730 !
3 50
27 50
12 50
13 25
5 00
11 00
5 00
18 00
2 00
75
18,966 32
300 00
282 25
420 00
280 00
140 00
50 00
550 00
315 00
338 70
2 50
33 25
4 00
19 50
8 37
2 50
4 50
13 50
20 00
9 12
1 62
12 00
5 0C
15 5C
15 75
60 00
610 00
82 50
577 50
600 00
50 00
630 00
600 00
112 50
475 00
50 00
326 78
221 42
180 00
90 00
120 00
240 00
150 00
2 50
11 37
12 00
2 50
1 00
6 00
25
8 80
11 00
5 12
7 00
5 00
33 00
4 00
3 00
16 50
10 00
5 00
2 00
29 25
10 00
8 00
12 75
4,829 49
2,843 06 49 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
163
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
MW Waitt & Co....
Do.
A Gwynne 	
Manuel Norton	
H W Robinson ....
A Langley   	
Jno Norton   	
Daniel Fredison ...
John Wilson	
M W Waitt & Co....
May & Miller	
J Wilson	
M Edgson	
"Colonist"	
M Humber ,
Thos Bennett ,
Wm Robson	
Wm Trueworthy...
John Michael	
E Stuart Wood	
J N Evans 	
David Jones	
Jno Shaw, Jr	
L Mebius 	
L A Berkeley	
A S Bailey 	
E M Reynard	
G Stainburn	
F M Jones	
Jean W Blair	
Ernest E Kaye 	
A Shaw, Sr	
J A Scott	
Margaret Sweet	
A Michael	
Mary Lawrence	
Vancouver Coal Co
E Pimbury & Co ...
Florence Meakin ..
Walter Wilson   	
Jos Ganner	
T D Jones	
Henry McAdie 	
J II Pleace	
Mrs Pool	
Mrs J Randle	
Donald Smith	
"Free Press"	
C L Smith	
J W Stirtan	
L Manson	
Randolph Whitfield
Raper, Raper & Co.
TLeBouf 	
J Swift	
M Manson	
A Hoggan	
J H Pleace	
"Free Press"	
W Wilson	
E Pimbury & Co ...
A R Johnson & Co .
James Hill	
Annie Joy 	
H Wilson	
"Free Press"	
Hall & Hoskins ....
Jas Harvey	
R Dunsmuir & Sons
J C Blackett 	
Mrs J Wilkinson ...
Alfred Raper	
Isabella Wilkinson .
Edward Pearson ...
"Free Press"	
J H Pleace	
Ed Pearson  	
Jno Thomas	
Richard Chappie ..
Brought forward	
VIII.— EDUCATION.—Continued.
Vote No. 65.—Cowichan District.—Concluded.
Paper, pencils and chalk, Quamichan School
Chalk, Vesuvius, Salt Spring Island School
Cleaning and washing, do.
(Wood, $11.50, repairing stove, 83.50, do.
Ploughing & harrowing school ground, do.
Stationery and stamps, do.
Sowing and harrowing in grass seed, do.
Cleaning yard and repairing floor, etc., do.
Grass seed, door lock, etc.,
Chalk, etc., Maple Bay School	
Building chimney, do. 	
Zinc, stove pipe, etc., do. 	
Hauling lime, bricks, etc., do. 	
Advertising teacher wanted, Maple Bay School..
Bricks, lime, etc., do.
Bucket, broom, and wood, Mayne Island School.
Blackboards, painting, etc., do.
Cleaning and lighting fires, do.
Desks, black-board, etc., Somenos School	
Visitors' book, record book, etc.,   do  .
Stove and wood, do	
do.
Vote No. 66.—Nanaimo District.
Principal, Nanaimo Boys,' 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885,
1st Assistant,       do. do. do. 60
2nd ,, do. do. do. 50
Principal,Nanaimo Girls,' 1st July to 6th October, 1884, 70
Do. do. 6th October, '84, to 30th June, '85,      70
Assistant, do. 1st July, 1884, to 30th June. 1885,      50
Principal, Wellington, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885, 75
Assistant, do.       1st to 31st July, 1884, 50
Do do.      1st August, 1884, to 30th June, 18S5,       50
Teacher, North Cedar, 1st July,'84, to 30th June, '85,6 @ $50 & 6 55
Do. South Gabriola, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885, 50
Do.     North Gabriola, 1st to 31st July, 1884, 50
Do. do. 1st August, 1884, to 30th June, 1885,    50
Do.     South Cedar, 1st to 31st July, 1884, 50
Do. do. 1st Aug., 1884, to 30th June, 1885, 50
Coal, Nanaimo School
Stationery, do.
Cleaning school (girls') do.
Stove, scuttle, repairing stove, etc., do.
Expressage and wharfage on tables, coal, etc., do.
Coal, do.
Sundry repairs to fences, etc., do.
Padlock and keys, do.
Cleaning school (girls'), do.
Do. do.   (boys'), do.
Stationery and postage, do.
Printing ballots for election of Trustees, advertising, do.
Glazing, do.
Returning officer, middle ward, do.
Do. south ward, do.
Do. north ward, do.
Stationery and crayons, do.
Wood for North Gabriola	
Painting blackboard, do. 	
Clock, do. 	
Wood and cleaning well, do. 	
Hand beU, do. 	
Advertising teacher wanted, do. 	
Broom and hatchet, do. 	
Paper, envelopes, etc., do. 	
Freight and wharfage on maps, do. 	
Cleaning and repairing clock,       Wellington School	
Cleaning School do. 	
Stove pipe, zinc, etc., do. 	
Advertising teacher wanted, etc., do. 	
Hauling coal, do. 	
Broom, etc., do. 	
Coal, do.     .
Making desks and repairing furniture, North Cedar School	
Wood, do. 	
Chalk, do. 	
Cleaning school-house, do. 	
Cutting wood, South Cedar School	
Advertising teacher wanted, do. 	
Stove-pipe and hand bell, do. 	
Wood, do. 	
Visitors' book, broom, etc., do. 	
Sundry repairs and cleaning school, South Gabriola	
Carried forward.	
4 00
4 37
3 00
2 50
8 00
4 00
2,037 62
5,381 74    26,638 87
3 25
50
4 50
15 00
9 00
2 00
2 00
5 00
5 25
4 50
15 00
2 50
7 00
4 00
9 50
26 25
3 75
10 00
35 87
3 01
11 13
1,080
720
600
221
618
600
900
50
550
630
600
50
550
50
550
30
5
5,560 75
40,613 70 164
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
9  cts.
$   cts.
2,037 62
5 40
48 00
11 50
8 46
33 00
40,613 70
M F Halliday	
VIII. —EDUCATION.—Continued.
Vote No. 67.—Comox District.
Teacher, North Comox, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885,    @ $50 * m.
Do.       South Comox, 1st Aug., 1884, to 30th June, 1885,        50   ,,
600 00
550 00
7 87
22 50
4 62
5 00
60 00
23 00
15 00
1 50
24 63
7 11
2 50
100 00
1,100 00
1,100 00
60 00
660 00
70 00
770 00
50 00
550 00
98 03
195 00
101 50
11 50
6 95
22 43
25 46
8 00
20 90
81 75
3 25
12 00
6 00
5 00
Rent of school-house for year,.                           South Comox School....
Six double-seated desks and desk for teacher,                do.                	
Wood,                                                                                   do.                ....
Freight and cartage of stove,                                            do.                ....
Stove, pipe, etc.,                                                                 do.                ....
Stove-pipe, axe, broom, etc.,                                            do.                	
Advertising teacher wanted,                                             do.                ....
Vote No. 68.—New Westminster City District.
Principal, Boys' School, 1st to 31st July, 1884,                       @ SI00 ¥ m.
Do.        High School, 1st Aug., 1884, to 30th June, 1885,       100   „
Do.       Boys' School,          do.                         do.                     100   „
Assistant,       do.           1st to 31st July, 1884,                               60   „
Do.              do.           1st Aug., 1884, to 30th June, 1885,          60   „
Principal, Girls' School, 1st to 31st July, 1884,                              70   „
Do.                do.            1st Aug., 1884, to SOth June, 1885,           70    „
Assistant,       do.           1st to 31st July, 1884,                               50   „
Do.              do.           1st August, 1884, to 30th June, 1885,     50   „
Repairing pipe for pump, stove, etc., New Westminster City School ...
Do.
S L Kelly &Son	
J McPhee 	
H M Stramberg, B A ....
Do.           	
D Wilson	
8 J White	
1,323 73
E A Bell 	
E S Scoullar	
Dom Govt Telegraphs  ..
Coal                                                               	
Chas Keith
Three ballot boxes for election of Trustees	
Vote No. 69.—New Westminster District.
Teacher, Granville, 1st to 31st July, 1884,                                @ §55 * m.
Do.           do.       1st August, 1884, to 30th June, 1885,            55   „
Do.        Maple Ridge, 1st July, 1884, to SOth June, 1885,         60    „
Do.       Langley,                do.                             do.                     55   ,,
Do.        Cheam,                    do.                               do.                       50    ,,
Do.       Trenant, 1st to 31st July, 1884,                                       50   „
Do.            do.        1st August, 1884, to 30th June, 1885,              50    „
Do.       North Arm, 1st July, 1884, to              do.                     50   ,,
Eo.        Lower Chilliwhack, 1st to 31st July, 1884,                      50    „
Do.                do.               1st Aug., 1884, to 30th June, 1885,       50    „
Do.       Sumas, 1st to 31st July, 1884,                                         50   „
Do.            do.    1st August, 1884, to SOth June, 1885,                  50    „
Do.       Clover Valley, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885,        50   „
Do.        Upper Chilliwhack, 1st to 31st July, 1884,                      80   „
Do.               do.                        lstAug.,1884, to SOth June, 1885, 80    „
Do.        Burton's Prairie, 1st Julv, 1884, to 30th June, 1885,    50   „
Do.       Mud Bay, 1st Julv, 1884^ to 30th June, 1885,    -           50   „
Do.       Prairie, 1st to 31st July, 1884,                                         60   „
Do.           do.     1st September, 1884, to SOth June, 1885,         50   „
Do.       Moodyville, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885,            55   „
Do.       Port Moody, 1st to 31st July, 1884,                                 50   „
Do.       Port Moody, 1st Aug., 1884, to SOth June, 1885,           60   „
Do.        York, 1st Aug., 1S84, to 30th June, 1885,                        50    „
Do.       Canoe Pass, 1st December, 1884, to 30th June, 1885,   50   ,,
Do.       Mount Lehman, 18th Oct., 1884, to 30th June, 1885,   50   „
Do.       Hall's Prairie. 15th April to 30th June, 1885,                60   „
5,057 n
55 00
605 00
720 00
660 00
600 00
50 00
560 00
600 00
50 00
550 00
50 00
550 00
600 00
80 00
880 00
600 00
600 00
50 00
500 00
660 00
50 00
550 00
550 00
350 00
422 58
125 00
33 00
3 00
4 00
34 75
1 25
1 00
1 20
6 00
32 00
1 50
30 00
6 75
2 25
6 00
B Kirkland	
J B Scott 	
W H Irwin	
S J White	
K Todd 	
A J McDougall	
A C Dallas :	
A C Dallas 	
F W Howay	
Jas Cunningham & Co ..
TR Pearson* Co	
Chalk                                                         Upper Chilliwhack School	
Postage and stationery,                                    do.                     do	
Advertising teacher wanted,                           do.                     do	
Sundry repairs,                                                 do.                     do	
Lime, turpentine, window blinds, etc.,          do.                     do	
Crayon,                                                                   do.                       do	
Wood,                                                                do.                      do	
Lesson tablets,                                                  do.                     do	
Geo H Bushell	
GR Ashwell	
T R Pearson & Co
S Mitchell	
'
2,142 98
11,220 28
46,995 20 49 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
165
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
9   cts.
$   cts.
9  cts.
W F Stewart	
O D Sweet 	
Jno G Bunte	
A Williams	
Do	
"Port Moody Gazette"
Fales & Co   	
Jas Cunningham & Co
"Columbian"	
Do	
Wm Harnett	
TR Pearson & Co	
A J Watson & Co	
Jas Cunningham & Co.
T R Pearson & Co	
Do. 	
Charlton & Bicknell...
Hastings Saw Mill Co .
"Colonist"	
E Miller	
Sidney Gregory  	
Indian William	
Do.   Philip 	
H T Thrift	
Jas Cunningham & Co
Duncan McKenzie	
Jas Cunningham & Co .
TR Pearson & Co	
Thos McNeeley	
Wm Marsh ..'....	
Trapp Bros	
ES Scoullar & Co	
John Ibbotson	
R Sweeny	
"Columbian"	
Dan Nicholson	
J H Shirley 	
T R Pearson & Co	
D McGillivray	
J W Hodgson  	
Moodyville Saw Mill Co
T R Pearson & Co	
Clara Crook	
Lillie Card 	
J Allard  	
Herbert Titmus	
Hudson Bay Co	
Jas Cunningham & Co .
J C Henderson	
C S Ryder	
Wm Newby 	
Mrs S McKenny 	
A Argyle	
John McKenny	
Mrs W Isaac	
Thos McNeeley	
E S Kirkland	
R T Williams	
T N Hibben & Co	
C P Smith	
A S Bailey	
D W Gillies  	
R M Clemitson   	
L S Clemitson	
R S Hanna	
J Irwin 	
J McNish	
D Rabbitt	
D J McDonald	
S C Ellison, nee Johnson
Jas Metcalfe	
"Standard" 	
T N Hibben & Co	
James C Metcalfe	
Wm Chase 	
Jas Ross	
J Christian	
Eli Lequime	
F Brent	
Brought forward	
VIII.—EDUCATION.—Continued.
Vote No. 69.—New Westminster District.—Concluded.
Wood, North Arm School	
Rent of town hall for school, do. 18 months @ $5 .
2 blinds, do. 	
Rent of building, Pt. Moody, 1st July, '84, to 30th June, '85, 12 m. @ $12
Wood, black-board, etc., Port Moody	
Advertising teacher wanted, etc., Port Moody School	
Window blinds, crayons, etc., do. 	
Stove, stove-pipe, etc., do. 	
Advertising teacher wanted, do. 	
Do. do. Prairie School	
Cleaning school, do. 	
Stationery and stamps,  . do.	
Rent of school, Hall's Prairie School	
Bell, bucket, broom, etc., do. 	
Stationery, do. 	
Visitors' and minute books, bells, etc., Lower Chilliwhack School..
Wood, do.
Paint, oil, lock, etc., Granville School	
Advertising teacher wanted, do. 	
Cleaning school and lighting fires, do. 	
Do. do. do. 	
Scrubbing school-room, do. 	
Wood, do. 	
Repairing out-houses, well, etc., Clover Valley School	
Axe handle, etc., do. 	
Wood, window glass, etc., do. 	
Stove and pipe, Canoe Pass School	
1 set lesson tablets, do. 	
Wood, axe, etc., do. 	
Wood and postage stamps, Mount Lehman School	
Bell, do. 	
Stove, pipe, etc., do. 	
Chair, broom, etc., do. 	
Clearing ground for walk, do. 	
Advertising teacher wanted, do. 	
Wood, do. 	
Chalk, stamps, etc., do. 	
Stationery, do. 	
Paid Indian for cleaning-room,$6.50, repairs,etc, $18.50, Sumas School.
6 cords wood, do.
Wood, broom, etc., Moodyville School	
1 set lesson tablets, do.	
Cleaning school-house, do. 	
Do. do. do. 	
Wood, Langley School	
30 00
Wood, do.
Axe, do. 	
Stove-pipe and elbow,       do. 	
Cleaning school, scrubbing-brush, etc., Cheam School.
Wood, do.
Window' frames, do.
Stove, Maple Ridge School	
Wood, do. 	
Stamps and stationery, do. 	
Window blinds, crayons, etc., do. 	
Wood, broom, axe, etc.,      Trenant School	
Hauling wood, do. 	
Mounting maps, do. 	
Charts and 1 box chalk, do. 	
Vote No. 70.—Hope-Yale District.
Teacher, Hope School, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885,    @ $50 ¥ m.
Do.       Lytton, 1st to 31st July, 1884,
Do. do. 1st Aug. ,1884, to 30th June, 1885,
Do.       Cache Creek, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885,
Matron, do. do. do.
Teacher, Okanagan, 1st July, 1884, to 31st March, 1885,
Do.       Yale, do. 30th June, 1885,
Do.        Nicola Lake,      do. do.
Do.       Spallumcheen, 1st August, 1884, to 28th Feb., 1885,
Do.       Nicola Valley, 1st July, 1884, to 30th Juno, 1885,
Do.       Priest's Valley, 22nd Oct., 1884, to SOth June, 1885,
Do.       Shuswap Lake, 11th Novr., 1884, to SOth June, 1885,
Advertising teacher wanted, Shuswap School 	
Stationery and books, do. 	
Axe, bucket, etc., do. 	
Stove, pipe, and wood, do. 	
Paid expressage on maps, do. 	
Lumber and hauling for Okanagan School	
Stationery and stamps, do. 	
Wood,     ' do. 	
Carried forward.
20 00
11,220 28    46,995 20
13 50
90 00
4 00
144 00
53 75
4 00
4 50
19 50
1 20
3 64
5 00
3 25
6 00
4 00
2 25
4 25
10 75
11 87
6 60
16 00
6 00
5 00
5 00
11 00
1 00
28 00
18 00
3 00
12 87
2 70
1 25
25 50
3 25
6 25
1 92
14 00
5 25
9 88
25 00
15 00
28 81
6 50
9 00
30 00
10 00
20 00
2 25
2 75
7 50
17 50
15 00
18 00
16 00
1 00
6 00
28 38
5 00
2 50
4 25
600 00
60 00
660 00
900 00
600 00
540 00
720 00
720 00
420 00
720 00
499 35
460 00
2 50
3 20
7 50
28 75
3 25
20 00
1 50
14 50
12,057 65
6,980 551 59,052 86 166
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
$  cts.
James Fraser	
Thos Mitchell	
T R Pearson & Co  ..
R A Fraser	
Wrm Jameson  	
John Dunn	
WB Gladwin	
Robt Hood	
J A Schubert	
Henry Ehmcke	
W L Flood 	
J H Woodward	
C Woodward	
J Mclntyre	
H Hantz	
Geo Baillie	
D W Gillies	
T N Hibben & Co ...
P L Anderson	
Price Ellison	
S J Scott 	
Wm Walker	
J F Smith	
C Phair	
Jas M Campbell 	
J Gallagher 	
T N Hibben & Co ...
A W Smith	
Matilda Miller	
Jas Dicky	
"Colonist" 	
J M Campbell 	
Jno Chenhall	
N Gustafsen	
P Grinder	
FW Foster	
TN Hibben & Co   ..
H Bird	
Wm Manson  	
J R Stirling	
W S Bannerman	
A Northcote    	
G Hamilton	
John Hudson	
Vieth, Borland & Co
Robert Middleton...
Jas Reid 	
W A Johnston 	
"Colonist"	
Masonic Lodge 	
Mason & Daly	
Jas Harkins	
Wm H Jones	
B C Express Co...
Str Dunsmuir
Wells, Fargo & Co
Ed Bray 	
Hon Wm Smithe
Do.
Do.
Steamer Amelia ..
Do.    Dunsmuir
E Garnett	
J Dalby	
W J Church	
A B Ferguson	
Brought forward	
VIII.— EDUCATION.—Concluded.
Vote No. 70.—Hope-Yale District.—Concluded.
Paid for sawing wrood, etc., Yale School 	
Cleaning school-room and repairing furniture, Yale School	
Sundry stationery, do. 	
iJanltor, do. 	
Repairing out-houses, do. 	
Sawing wood, do.  ■	
Two cords of wood, do. 	
Stove, pipe, crayons, etc., Spallumcheen School	
Two black-boards, do. 	
Wood, benches, etc., do. 	
Terra cotta pipe and building flue, Hope School	
Wood, Nicola Valley School	
Repairing do. 	
Zinc bucket, chalk, etc., Lytton School	
Two cords of wood, do. 	
Three window blinds, do. 	
Paid freight on black-board, &c. do. 	
Chalk, etc., Priests' Valley School	
Stove, chair, axe, etc.,   do. 	
Wood, pail, etc., do.	
Wood, black-board, repairs, etc., Nicola Lake School	
31 cords of wood, Cache Creek Boarding School	
Vote No. 71.—Lillooet District.
Teacher, Clinton School, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885, @ $60 $ m
Do.       Lillooet, 1st July to 31st Aug., 1884, 60   „
Do. do. 1st Sept., 1884, to 30th June, 1885,      60   „
Do.      Big Bar, 1st Jan. to 30th June, 1885, 60   „
Stationery, Lillooet School	
Wood, stamps, etc., do. 	
Cleaning school-room, do. 	
Wood, do. 	
Advertising teacher wanted, do. 	
Sawing and splitting wTood, do. 	
Wood, Clinton School	
Express charges on maps, Big Bar School	
Wood, do.    	
Water pail, broom, etc., do. 	
Stationery, do. 	
Vote No. 72.—Cariboo District.
Teacher, Williams Lake, 1st to 31st July, 1884, @ $70 $ m.
Do. do. 1st Jan. to 30th June, 1885, 70   „
Do.       Barkerville, 1st to 31st July, 1884. .•	
Do. do. 1st Aug., 1884, to 30th June, 1885, @ $83.33 $ m.
Do.       Quesnellemouth, 1st Aug.,'84, to SOth June,'85,        75.00    „
Wood, Williams Lake School	
Sundry repairs, do. 	
Wood, nails, broom, etc., do. 	
Wood, stove, pipe, etc., Quesnelle School	
W7ood, lumber, bucket, etc., do. 	
Rent of hall for school-room, do. 10^ months @ $5	
Advertising teacher wanted, do. 	
Rent of hall for school-room, Barkerville School, 12 months @ $10
Wood, do. 	
Sawing and splitting wood, do. 	
Cleaning school-room, do. 12 m. @ $2.50 ¥ m.
IX.—TRANSPORT.
Vote No. 73.—Freight on Remittances.
Expressage and insurance on money to and from sundry places	
Charges on money from Comox	
Do.       remittances from Kootenay	
Do. WTild Horse Creek to Sand Point, en, route to Vict
Vote No. 74.—Travelling Expenses, Officers on Duty.
Travelling allowance visiting districts, sundry times, 34 days @ $4
Do. inspecting Eagle Pass Waggon Road, 28      ,,       5
Paid for passage to Maple Bay	
Passages of Hon. C. C. L. & W. to and from Maple Bay and Nanaimo..
Do. do. from Nanaimo to Comox and return...
Carriage hire for       do. sundry times 	
Do. do. 	
Horse hire for    do.     at Okanagan	
Carriage hire for  do.     to Kamloops	
Carried forward	
2,215 11
5 00
5 00
4 65
30 00
7 00
3 00
10 00
52 00
10 00
14 00
23 50
16 00
13 75
5 62
12 00
5 75
4 45
3 13
39 25
26 00
40 00
200 00
720 00
120 00
600 00
360 00
2 50
3 37
7 50
20 00
5 00
4 OO
35 00
6 60
18 00
4 25
11 25
70 00
420 00
83 33
916 63
825 00
24 00
15 00
23 50
15 00
25 09
52 50
5 60
120 00
25 00
20 00
30 00
362 98
50
24 40
40 00
136 00
140 00
50
7 50
5 00
11 00
1 50
7 00
20 00
2,220 61   328 50
59,052 85
7,510 65
1,917 37
2,670 65
71,151 52
427 49 Vic. Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885,
167
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts,
cts.        $   cts.
B C Express Co	
C P N Co  	
I B Hill	
W G Bowman	
J oseph Kier	
A W Lawson	
J J Russell	
P Rouse  	
J Rodello 	
Hon Jno Robson	
W B Townsend	
W R Lewis	
Jno Armstrong-	
W G Bowman 	
Hon A E B Davie	
Do. 	
P M Irving, Dept A Gen
Geo Winter	
W L LeBallister	
TH Cudlip	
J J Russell	
CPNCo	
Steamer Peerless	
Win Andean	
Steamer Peerless .
R McLeese	
Do	
J McLean	
Jno Boyd	
S Downes & Co ...
Andrew Fletcher..
B C Express Co ...
R Scott 	
Mrs W Riley	
Wm Trounce	
John Hull  	
R Sylvester	
Calbraith, Grant & Cook
S Brierly	
Indian "Stick"    	
J Clarihue	
Calbraith, Grant & Cook
Geo A Pritchett	
Indian Bennie	
Do.   Barney 	
Porter & Merrifield	
Indian Johnny 	
F P Armstrong	
R D Mather	
Do	
J W Cockle	
Indian Davie	
Arthur Fenwick	
J W Cockle	
G H Johnston	
Walsh &, Deans	
Jno T Galbraith	
Jacob Davis	
Jno T Galbraith	
C Hall	
Wescott House	
CPN" Co	
A Onderdonk	
P Clare	
JnoHMcNab	
Steamer Peerless ..
A McConnell	
McNicoll & Sears..
Thos. Hornby	
E B Marvin	
Jas Park	
G B Wright	
Emerson & Nichol,
Corey Bros ,
CP Railway Co...
Muir Bros	
CP Railway Co....
GW Walker	
John Beatty	
Steamer Peerless...
R AMcVitty	
R Lang & Son	
Brought forward	
IX.—TRANSPORT.—Continued.
Vote No. 74.—Travelling Expenses, Officers on Duty.—Continued.
Stage fare for Hon. C. C, L. & W., Savona to Spence's Bridge and return
Passage for
Horse hire for
Carriage hire for
Horse hire for
Carriage hire for
Do.
Do.
Do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Victoria to Port Hammond and return
Eagle Pass Landing to Columbia River
sundry times	
at Cowichan, 2 days
sundry times	
do	
31 days @ §4
at Comox	
Travelling allowance visiting districts, sundry times.
Carriage hire for Hon. J. Robson to Granville	
Do. do. do. 	
Do. do. visiting district	
Do. do. 	
Expenses of visit to and from Ottawa, re liquor license argument	
Travelling allowance to Clinton and return $43, stmr. and rwy. fares $67
Do.                on circuit, Nanaimo and N. W.,         10 days @ §4
Carriage hire for Deputy Attorney-General  	
Do. do. 	
Do. do. 	
Do. do. 	
Passages for do. 	
Do. do. 	
Waterproof tent cover for    do.	
Passage for Registrar Hughes    	
Meals and bed for Registrar J. Lindsay on County Court circuit....
Hire of waggon for do. do. ....
Meals and bed for do. do. ....
Do. do. do. 	
Do. do. do. 	
Do. do. do. 	
Stage fare, Reg'r J. Lindsay, Quesnelle to Barkerville $10, Stanley to Q.
Meals, bed and horse keep for Registrar G. C. Tunstall on circuit...
Do.                    do.                              do.                           do.
Hire of team for                                        do.                           do.
Hire of horse for                                       do.                           do.
Horse hire, boat fare, meals, etc., for Gold Commissioner Crimp ...
Meals for Gold Commissioner Crimp at McDame Creek	
Do.
Packing blankets, etc.,
Provisions,
Do.
Board,
Packing blankets, etc.,
Do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
at Stickeen.
Laketon to Telegraph Creek.
en route to Stickeen, etc....
en route to Laketon, etc	
at Glenora	
Kicking Horse to Wild Horse.
Passages on lake, meals, bed, do. 	
Packing, etc., for Gold Com. Vowell, Wild Horse to Kicking Horse.
Ferriage, Kootenay River,    do. 	
Hire of horses, do.
Provisions, do.
Assistant with do.
Canoe hire, do.
Passages, do.
Hire of man and horse, do.
Provisions, horse keep, etc., do.
HerdingGovernmenthorses, do.
Shoeing and keep of horses, do.
Shoeing horses, do.
Provisions, do.
Columbia R. to K'g. Horse, 28 d.
Kootenay Lake	
mining camp to Sheppard's trail
Wild Horse to Kicking Horse...
Kicking Horse to Wild Horse...
at Kicking Horse	
en route to Bonner's Ferry.
Express hire of baggage for Gold Com. Vowell, en route to Kootenay
Meal and bed,                                            do. do.
Passage, Victoria to Hammond,              do. do.
Do.       Hammond to Savona,              do. do.
Meals,                                                         do. do.
Freight on baggage,^           t                     do. do.
Passage & meals, Savona to Kamloops, do. do.
Purchase of horse,                                     do. do.
Meals and bed at Kamloops,                    do. do.
Expressage on boxes,                               do. do.
Rope, etc., for packing boxes,                 do. do.
Ferriage of men & horses, Columbia R., do. do,
Board & horse keep at Farwell,               do. do.
Do.               do.         Golden City,        do. do.
Do.              do.        Columbia Cross'g, do. do.
Do.              do.         Farwell,                do. do.
Do.              do.                                       do. do.
Hay for Government horse,                     do. do.
Passage *& freight 1st Crossing, Col. R., do. do.
Packer from Kamloops to Golden City, do. do.
Passage & meals, and freight on horses, do. do.
Shoeing horses,                                         do. do.
Provisions,                                                 do. do.
Carried forward.
2,227 60
50        427 !
7 00
7 0C
10 OC
4 50
5 00
8 0C
2 5C
4 0C
2 5C
124 0C
10 OC
7 5C
10 OC
6 0C
900 0C
110 0C
40 0C
2 50
5 0C
2 00
7 50
18 00
12 00
75
6 00
11 00
10 00
17 75
1 50
4 00
2 00
18 00
7 00
2 00
6 00
7 50
35 50
11 00
23 50
20 00
20 96
46 41
15 00
18 00
15 00
22 00
10 00
4 00
36 00
41 26
56 00
7 60
10 00
38 00
60 22
5 00
8 50
16 00
19 20
1 75
1 00
7 00
18 00
1 00
37 95
5 50
100 00
8 50
1 50
1 75
10 00
151 92
23 50
8 00
60 94
6 66
5 00
4 00
37 50
34 15
3 00
17 80
2,811 47I
427 88 168
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
cts.
$   cts.
GB Nagle	
Indian Sam	
Do.    Mana	
E Bray	
D McLaughlin	
T Wright	
Thos Wright	
R D Watkins	
Jno T Galbraith ...
Harold Redgrave ..
Jno Louis	
A Onderdonk	
B C Express Co	
CPN Co	
EMillington	
Peter Fink	
W C Westcott	
B Boyce	
Bligh & Clemis...,
James Campbell ..
A B Ferguson	
C Desormier	
J Duck	
J B Leighton	
J B Leighton	
Robt Wood	
B C Express Co...
Jas O'Briari	
J Ganner	
H E Peck	
WL LeBallister..
CPNCo	
Oriental Hotel....
H EPeck	
B C Express Co...
E Harrison, S M..
Jas Madden	
J Park 	
G M Sproat, S M..
Jno McLean	
B C Express Co...
Jno Boyd	
Fletcher & McNaughton
Peter Rouse	
CPN Co	
J Judson Young	
C P N Co	
Geo Winter	
Victoria Transfer Co,
R G Tatlow	
Geo Winter	
Geo Kenney	
E AJenns, RegCC.
W B Townsend	
J J Russell	
C P Railway Co	
Geo Baillie	
Brought forward	
IX.—TRANSPORT.—Concluded.
Vote No. 74.—Travelling Expenses, Officers on Duty.—Concluded.
Ferriage across Kicking Horse Creek, Gold Com. en route to Kootenay
Do. do.
Searching for horses, do.
In charge of horses, do.
Paid Indian guide in charge of horses, do.
Hire of horses for packing, do.
Services packing and making camp, do.
Provisions and hire of horse, do.
Meals for Indian packers, do.
Meals and horse keep, do.
Hay for Government horses, do.
Freight on baggage for Government Agent Dewdney
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
2,227 60
Wm C Bryant..
Wm Newbury ..
E G Prior	
R Baker & Son.
Peter Boyle	
Est of Sir James Douglas
H Nicholson...
T McK Lambly
A McNaughton
Henry Fry	
Passage to Savona for do.
Do. Victoria to Hammond, do. 	
Drayage on baggage, do. ....
Meal at Yankee Flat, do. 	
Meals and bed at Hammond, do. ....
Meals, do. ....
Meals and bed at Cache Creek, do. 	
Do. do. do. 	
Do. Savona, do. ....
Do. Kamloops, do. ....
Do. do.
Passage, Kamloops to Spallumcheen,       do. 	
Freight on baggage, do. ....
Meals and bed at do. do. 	
Do. do.
Stage fare to Wellington for A. Dick, Inspector of Mines..
Do. do. do.
Carriage hire for do. do.
Do. do. do.
Passage, Victoria to Nanaimo, for Government Agent Bray
Board in Victoria for do.
Carriage hire for do.
Stage fare, Clinton to 150-Mile House, & return, for Stp. Mag. Harrison
Travelling allowance, do.
Drayage on books and baggage for Stipendiary Magistrate Sproat
Ferriage, do. do.
Expenses, Victoria to Farwell	
Board at Quesnelle for Gold Commissioner Bowron :	
Stage fare, Barkerville to Quesnelle & return, do	
Meals at Cold Spring for do	
Board at Stanley for do	
Carriage hire for Deputy Treasurer	
Passage to and from New Westminster, Deputy Treasurer	
Travelling allowance to do.       5 days @ $4 	
Passages to New West., Deputy Registrar Armstrong and assistant Holt
Carriage hire for Capt. Tatlow, Private Secretary   	
Do. do. 	
Paid for carriage hire conveying despatches to Lieu.-Governor, Cowichan
Carriage hire for Surveyor-General	
Provisions supplied to Gold Comm. Graham, Omineca to Lorne Creek
Expenses attending County Court at Chilliwhack	
Horse and buggy hire for Gov't Agent Warwick to Port Moody, etc...
Carriage hire for Deputy Provincial Secretary	
Passage Spence's Bridge to Lytton for F. Hussey, Regist. County Court
Board at Lytton for do. do.
Vote No. 75.—Keep of Horses.
Shoeing, etc., messenger's horse, for year	
Repairing saddle, do	
Horse-brush and padlock	
Hay and grain for messenger's horse, Victoria	
Oats for Government horses at Kootenay	
X.—RENT.
Vote No. 76.—Government House, Victoria.
Rent of Section 76, Fairfield, 12 months to 25th March, 1885 .
XL—REVENUE SERVICES.
Vote No. 77.—Commission.
Commission on collections at Osoyoos, @ 25 per cent.
Do. do. Spallumcheen,     15     do.
Do. do. Stanley, 15     do.
Do. do. Cowichan, > 10     do.
Carried forward	
2,227 60
2,811 47
5 00
4 50
2 00
25 00
6 00
63 00
50 00
84 82
10 00
13 00
2 00
23 00
20 75
3 00
2 25
50
1 50
50
1 50
50
1 50
6 00
1 00
10 00
8 50
1 50
13 20
50
50
4 00
16 00
3 50
8 00
15 00
35 00
24 00
4 50
2 00
100 00
10 50
20 00
1 50
4 00
1 00
9 00
20 00
10 50
1 00
5 0C
1 5C
5 0C
69 0C
1 75
8 0C
2 5C
2 25
6 00
31 00
5 50
1 63
48 38
10 00
299 50
28 16
264 97
224 52
817 15
3,563 49
4,087
48 50 39 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
1G9
TO WHOM Pft..ID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
cts.  I       t   ets.
1
817
15
84
00
603
60
102 80
56 77
25 00
33
00
44
62
47 95
53
33
40 00
17 10
6
25
85
52
l!!l
85
205
65
251
Ii'!
9 00
1.13
50
510 75
920
75
427 40
J F Allison	
W KBull    ...
J E White	
J C Rykert	
Thos Harris	
J E McMillan	
Geo Kennev	
G W Chadsey	
Jno Maxwell, Jr	
Henry McDame	
W F Bullen	
J S Antonelle	
Eric Duncan	
S A Rogers	
A Onderdonk	
Jno Clapperton	
L Lowenberg	
H Heisterman & T Allsop
George Byrnes	
J P Davies & Co	
Henry V Edmunds	
GECorbould  ....:	
F W Foster  	
S Perry Mills	
J C Haynes	
J P Planta	
Moses Lumby 	
H Marriner	
Richard Deighton 	
Chas Pennie	
GECorbould	
Paul J Gillie	
Thos Greenhow	
P L Anderson	
"Free Press"	
Fletcher & McNaughton
Jno Bovd 	
A H Wallace	
Downes & Olson	
A D Mclnnes	
R McLeese	
Vieth, Borland & Co ....
B C Express Co   	
Jas Mcintosh	
Victoria Transfer Co ...
John Henderson	
B C Express Co	
C P R Co   	
G Baillie	
Indian Alick  	
E Skuse	
J S Place	
Bligh & Clemis	
Barnes & Evans  	
Cornwall Bros	
A B Ferguson	
J McKay	
Vieth, Borland & Co ...
Mason & Daley	
Jno Boyd	
S H Bohanon	
A D Mclnnes	
P C Dunlevy	
Pinchbeck & Lyne	
D Murphy  	
Frank Guy	
Downes & Olsen 	
C B Eagle	
Jno McLean	
Fletcher & McNaughton
George Felker	
H Redgrave	
Indian Louis 	
A T, .ylor	
Robt Morton	
Brought forward	
XL—REVENUE SERVICES.— Con tinned.
Vote No. 77.—Commission.—Continued.
Commission on collections,     Similkameen, @ 20 per cent	
Do. do. Victoria City,       10     do	
Do. do. Skeena, 15     do	
Do. do. Kootenay Lake,   15     do	
Do. do. Victoria City,       10     do	
Do. do. do. 10      do	
Do. do. Omineca, 15      do	
Do. do. Sumas, 10     do	
Do. do. Salt Spring Isl'd,   10      do	
Do. do. Lorne Creek, 10     do	
Do. do. Emp. Albion I.W., 5     do	
Do. do. Island R, Rr. W.,     5     do	
Do. do. Comox, 10     do	
Do. do. Barkerville, 15     do	
Do. do. from R. R. emp.     5     do	
Do. do. Nicola, 10     do	
Do. do. Rent of " The Winds"	
Appraising Govern't lots in the City of Victoria, 1 per cent, on $11,350
Commission on sale of lots at Hastings Town,        5 do. 10,215
Do. do. Victoria City,           5 do.              18,415
Do. do. New West. City,      5 do.                8,548
Courts of Appeal.
Holding Court of Revision and Appeal, New Westminster District (1884)
do. do. Clinton	
do. do. Vict. City & Esqu't. Dist., 6 d. @ $10
do. do. Similkameen & Osoyoos, & trav. exp.
do. do. Nanaimo   	
do. do. Okanagan, 2 d. @ $10; exp, $13.50..
do. do. Cowichan District, $10; exp. $8	
do. do. Yale :	
do. do. Lytton &CacheC.3d.@$10;ex.$11.25
do. do. New Westminster, 3 d. @ $10	
do. Nicola, 2 d. @ $10; paid " Inland Sentinel" for adv., $4
Meals for Assessor Dewdney during Court of Revision at Okanagan...
Board and lodging,     do. do. do.
Advertising Court of Revision and Appeal, Nanaimo	
Meals, bed and horse keep, and hire for J. Bowron, Judge of Court of
Appeal, Cariboo District	
do. do. do.      - do.
do. do. do. do.
do. do. do. do.
do. do. do. do.
do. do. do. do.
do. do. do. do.
Passage, Quesnelle to Barkerville	
Holding Court of Revision and Appeal, Kamloops	
Travelling Expenses.
Horse hire for Collector Jones	
Meals, bed and keep of horse for do.        	
Freight on valise for Collector Kirkup, Spence's Bridge to Savona..
Passage,                                       do. Yale to Lytton and return. .
Meals and bed,                         do. do.                     do.
Horse hire,                               do. Lytton to Spence's Bridge..
Meals and bed,                         do. 	
do.                                   do. 	
do.      and horse keep, do. 	
do.                                   do. 	
do.                                   do. 	
do.                                   do. 	
Horse hire,                                 do. 	
Meals, bed, and horse keep for Collector Stephenson, $54; hay, $24.
do.                         do. do.	
do.                         do. do.                 	
do.                         do. do.                 	
do.                         do. do.                 	
do.                         do. do.                 	
do.                         do. do.                 	
do.                         do. do.                 	
do.                         do. do.                 	
do.                         do. do.                 	
do.                         do. do.     $5, wintering horse $83.75
do.                         do. do.                  	
do.                         do. do.                 	
do.                         do. do.                   	
Horse hire for Collector Redgrave, Kootenay District	
do.                         do. 	
Meals, bed, etc.,          do. 	
Keep of horse,            do.           , and assistant	
Carried forward	
2,227 60
20 00
10 00
60 00
32 50
- 5 00
33 50
18 00
10 00
41 25
30 00
24 00
1 00
1 50
2 50
44 25
15 71
1 50
6 00
1 50
4 00
7 00
10 00
10 00
26 00
5 00
3 50
11 00
3 00
4 00
1 50
1 00
7 00
9 00
75
10 50
22 00
78 00
30 25
9 25
2 50
13 50
41 25
6 00
3 25
19 75
12 00
88 75
5 50
5 50
1 50
180 00
4 00
32 00
10 00
2,247 601
25  5,045 170
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
§   cts.
8   cts.
8   cts.
Brought forward	
XI.—REVENUE SERVICES.—Continued.
Travelling Expenses.—Continued.
F Fane  Assisting Collector Redgrave to collect, 6 days @ 83 	
H Redgrave Assisting do. 7 days @ S3 and 17 days @ 82.50
A B Corey   [Meals, beds, and keep of horse, Collector Redgrave   	
Frank Cook ■ Keep of horse,
D C Munro Meals, beds, and horse keep,
Jas K Ritchie     do. do.
John L Johnston   Horse hire,
H McKay  Meals, beds, and keep of horse,
Jas K Ritchie
- Indian Adrisa	
Jacob Davis	
Indian Pevare	
C P R Co'	
Emreson &■ Nichols	
G VV Walker	
C P N Co	
Wm Dougall	
Thos McNeeley	
Jno Sprott   	
S Maclure	
P Francisco	
Mary E Walford	
Thos McNeely	
M P Barnes 	
S G Martin	
Abraham Huck	
David Brown	
Thos Lehman	
Wm McDougall   	
Str Spallumcheen	
Murdock & Hill  	
Str Peerless   	
Geo Pendleton 	
B C Express Co  	
Jas Uren	
Wm J Roper	
Strs Kamloops & Peerless
Leighton's Express	
J F McDonald	
C P R Co	
Do	
J Henderson 	
D McDonald	
H Simpson	
J Camp	
J Stevens	
FTChild	
ES Field	
T Parker	
A Peatt	
J H Scaf e 	
Victoria Transfer Co ....
John Dalby   	
Jas Phair 	
J Martley	
Jno Miller  	
Marshall & Smith	
M Teasey 	
Indian Tommy	
Do.   Kyoops 	
Jas Dickey	
J B Quinn  	
Thos M Hamilton  	
Thos McDougall	
Wm Morrison 	
H 0 Bowe	
W L Meason	
A Twentyman	
Gaspard Isadore	
D Ercole	
Alex Burnett	
Henry Hinck	
Philip Grinder  	
JasW Wood	
C Phair	
Robt Carson   	
Wm H Keatley 	
Wm Lee    	
Chas Rountree 	
Jos Got	
John Nelson 	
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
and assistant.
Louis' Ranch to Wild H,
do. do.
Packing hay for horses,
Shoeing horse for Collector Redgrave
Hire of horse, do.
Meals, do.
Meals and beds, do.
Fares, do.        Golden City to E. Crossing Columbia
Fares and meals for Collector Sprott, New Westminster District
Meals and bed,                         do. do.
Meals, bed, and horse keep,  do. do.
do.             do. boat hire, do. do.
Horse hire,                               do. do.
Boat hire,                                    do. do.
Meals, bed, and horse keep,   do. do.
do.                  do.               do. do.
do.                  do.               do. do.
do,                  do.               do. do.
do.                  do.               do. do.
do.                  do.               do. do.
do.                  do.               do. do.
do.                  do.               do. do.
Passage and meals for Collector Tunstall at Savona.
Meals and bed, do 	
Passage, meals, etc., do. to Eagle P.
Taking do.
Passage of do.
Meals and bed, do.
do. do.
Passage, do.
do. do.
to Eagle P. & ret., & to Savona
Cherry Creek to Kamloops ..
Savona to Kamloops	
do. 	
do. 	
Kamloops to Savona and ret.
do. do.
Moving safe and office furniture of Toll House to Saw-mill Flat.
Passage of Collector Hussey, Lytton to Yale and return
do.                     do.           Lytton to Spence's Bridge.
Meals, bed, and horse keep for Collector Booth 	
do. do. do. 	
do. do. do.
do. do. do. 	
do. do. do. 	
do. do. do. 	
do. do. do. 	
do. do. do. 	
do. do. do. 	
do. do. do. 	
Horse and buggy hire for do. 	
do. do. do. 	
Board, lodging, and horse keep, do. 	
Meals, bed, and horse keep for Collector Phair   	
Horse hire, do. 	
Meals, bed, and keep of horse, do. 	
do. do. do. 	
Horse hire, do. 	
Ferrying across Fraser River, do. 	
Meals, bed, and keep of horse, do. 	
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
Horse hire, do.
Meals, bed, and horse keep, do.
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
Ferrying across Fraser R. and back,    do.
Assisting do.
Meals, bed, and horse keep, do.
2,247 60
70-Mile House	
Bridge Creek	
Lac La Hache	
135-Mile House ...
Alkali Lake	
Little Dog Creek .
Dog Creek	
do	
Canoe Creek	
Crow's Bar	
Big Bar	
do	
High Bar 	
Carried forward.
648 25  5,045 80
18 00
63 50
25 00
47 00
26 00
24 00
83 00
21 00
32 50
4 00
4 00
1 00
8 50
12 00
3 70
7 00
8 25
2 25
43 37
29 00
4 00
7 00
7 00
9 00
3 00
13 25
3 50
9 00
7 00
5 00
1 50
14 50
3 00
3 50
8 50
2 00
6 00
5 50
30 00
11 00
2
6 00
2 00
5 00
2 50
2 00
2 00
1 00
2 00
2 00
75
85 50
6 50
3 00
12 50
10 00
21 25
6 25
2 00
50
2 50
1 75
4 50
5 00
6 00
2 50
5 00
4 00
2 50
2 00
2 50
2 50
5 00
2 50
63 00
2 50
4 00
2 60
1 50
2 60
1 00
2,247 60  1,562 82  5,045 ; 39 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
171
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
9   cts.
$   cts.
9   cts
2,247 60
5 00
330 37
166 98
19 35
1,562 82
2 50
6 00
8 00
2 50
3 00
4 00
12 00
2 00
5 00
2 50
9 00
4 50
4 00
9 00
5 00
3 00
2 00
75
5 00
2 00
5 00
2 25
5 00
23 00
45 50
3 50
1 50
3 00
4 25
4 26
12 50
7 50
29 00
1 00
2 25
7 00
4 00
5,045 80
Ferguson & Newland...
XL—REVENUE SERVICES.—Concluded.
Travelling Expenses.—Concluded.
do.                             do.                         do.              Cherry Creek	
Hire of horse and buggy,                            do.              Kamloops	
WW Spinks	
Thos Hornby	
Meals, bed, and keep of horse for Collectors Dewdney and Alexander..
Meals and keep of horse,                                 do.                         do.
C O'Keefe	
C P R Co	
CPR Co	
Passage of Collector Hussey, Spence's Bridge to Lytton, and ret., twice
Canoe hire,            do.             and Constable Ball assisting Con. Hussey
C P Railway         	
Wm Knight	
F B McDonald   	
Wm Knight	
Canoe hire and ferrying, Collector Hussey and Special Constable Ball..
H Peck 	
C PN Co 	
Passage for                                       do.       Chemainus to Nanaimo, twice
Miscellaneous.
Advertising sale of land for taxes, Victoria and Esquimalt Districts....
Rent of toll office at Saw-mill Flat, 25th June to 3rd Sept.,  @ 810 * m.
1,815 07
128 00
23 50
11 00
4 00
2 00
9 00
20 00
20 00
5 00
5 00
6 00
40 00
20 00
86 00
332 50
6 00
160 00
8 00
8 50
3 00
8 00
1 50
400 00
2 50
24 00
42 60
8 00
1 00
24 50
Indians Jack and Pierre .
Services as interpreter to Collector Booth, collecting from Chinese	
Hansz & Pocock	
Moving furniture of toll office from Saw-mill Flat to Spence's Bridge...
Henry Price	
Rent of toll office at Telegraph Ck from 1st July to 31st Oct., '84, @ $10
do.                             do.           May and June, 1885,                 @   10
T H Giffin	
W R McMinn	
Harold Redgrave	
T McK Lambly	
Services in charge of office at Kicking Horse, sundry times, during
absence of Collector,                                                   133 days @ 82.50
Assisting to make out assessment roll, Kamloops,             2      ,,       3.00
Rent of office for Collector Dewdney, 7th Nov., '84, to 7th July, '85, @ $20
Douglas & Deighton	
Antonio Abeih	
Wm Mitchell	
Packing office furniture from Gov't Office, Lytton, to railway station..
Moving                 do.               station at Lytton to Spence's Bridge	
Bligh & Clemis	
do.                     do.                     do.       on railway, Kamloops, 8 d. @ $3
do.      assisting Collector Hussey, re Chinese tax,            17 d. @ 82.50
do.                  do.               Bray,              do.                         2     „     4.00
Wm Ball	
Services in Kootenay Dist., collecting on outlying creeks,   7 d. @ $3.50
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.
Works and Buildings.
Vote No. 78.—Eepairs to Government Buildings and Fences, Victoria.
1,358 50
89 36
451 82
227 11
125 20
8,219 37
McKillican & Anderson..
do.                House of Assembly, Att'y-General's and other offices
do.                Printing Office and          do.               '	
2,769 30
893 49 172
Public Accounts. 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
cts.
$   cts.
9   cts.
Brought fonoard	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS—Continued.
Works and Buildings.- Continued.
Vote No. IS.—Repairs to Government Buildings and Fences, Victoria.
—Concluded.
A Vipond  ! Keys for Land Office and Court Room	
J Stewart  Repairing at "The Winds" »	
D T Johnston   |      do.        roof of Supreme Court, per contract :	
S L Kelly Sundry repairs to chimneys, etc., at Supreme Court and other offices..
Lattice & Sears   Kalsomiuing, painting, etc., at Printing-office, and glazing, L.&W. Office
A & W Wilson   Repairs in Sheriff's Office	
John Kinsman ■ Rebuilding chimney at Supreme Court	
R W Fawcett  ! Papering Provincial Secretary's Office	
Thos Storey Sundry repairs to do* and Legislative Hall	
"Evening Post"  ' Advertising repairs to Supreme Court Room	
"Colonist"   | do. do. 	
3 Crowther   [Glazing, etc., Land Registry Office  	
Hugh Fhidley | Repairing desk locks and furnishing keys in Assembly Room	
C H Lambkin    3 Norton's door springs	
E B Marvin ! Signal halyards for central building	
Municipal Council	
Jas Cunningham &Co. .
E S Scoullar	
Hoy & Fry	
Thos Owens	
S H Webb	
Ewen & Co	
W Edwasds  	
Vote No. 79.—Repairs to Government Buildings and Fences, New West.
Constructing sidewalk on Agnes Street	
Hose, couplings, etc., for Registry Office, and use of stove drying vault
Repairing gutters of Court House, cleaning stove-pipes, etc	
Sundry repairs to do. 	
Fitting and altering vault door at Registry Office	
Lock and keys for Court House and Land Office -	
Charcoal for drying vault in Registry Office	
Cutting holes and putting thimbles in chimney at Registry and Court H.
Vote No. 80.—Repairs to Government Buildings and Fences, Nanaimo.
J W Stirtan   Repairing cells in gaol and building out-houses, etc.
D Lambert   Painting in Government Agent's Office  	
Jean Leveau	
Wm Mclntyre 	
Wm Megan   	
Hudson Bav Co	
Thos Mitchell	
Jas Myers	
G Tuttle 	
H F Keefer	
Jno Murray	
Jas Fair   	
C P Railway	
J H Hart	
Hansz & Pocock	
Herman Hendrickson .
John Murray	
Alexander Gordon
Shuswap Milling Co ...
Jean Larsay	
James McBride	
W H Ward	
W F Jameson	
Shuswap Milling Co.
C Mclntyre	
J Jane 	
F C Clark	
D Smith 	
F W Foster 	
Thos Bishop	
F W Foster	
McLellan & Co	
Frank Hutton	
Woods & Turner	
J Scott	
McKillican & Anderson.
Do. do.
Jas Kennedy   	
Jas Cunningham & Co .
Vote No. 81.—Repairs to Government Buildings and Fences, Yale Dist.
Making gate and repairing window	
Sundry repairs to Toll Office at Spence's Bridge	
Wall paper, stove-pipe, etc., do	
Window glass, oil, etc., Yale Office	
Glazing windows, do.        	
Cleaning and whitewashing, do	
4 packages of kalsomine,      do.        	
Sundry repairs to Government Office, Lytton	
Wall-paper, do. do	
Stove-pipe, etc., do. do	
Freight on stove-pipe, do. do	
Labour and material for repairs to office, Lytton	
Lumber for repairs to Court House, do	
Labour fitting up office at Spence's Bridge, 7 days @ £3.50 .
Lumber, nails, screws, etc., do. 	
Shingles for repairing Toll Office	
Lumber for Kamloops Gaol and Court Hotise	
Repairing fence and side-walks, do. 	
Repairing stove-pipes in Yale Office	
Three loads of gravel for Yale Gaol yard	
Altering and repairing water pipes, Yale Gaol	
Vote No. 82.-
2,769 30
3 00
24 75
-Repairs to Government Buildings and Fences, Lillooet,
(including addition to Court House).
Lumber supplied for addition to Court House	
do. and labour on do.	
2,000 shingles for do. 	
Hauling lumber from Savona Ferry for addition to Court House	
Logs and one load of lumber do. 	
Nails, paint, etc., do. 	
Lime, etc., do. 	
Door locks, turpentine, etc., do. 	
Making storm shutters for windows, bolts, etc.,   do. 	
Labour on Court House and gaol, Clinton, 2 days @ 85	
Vote No. 8A.
-Repairs to Asylum for the Insane, New Westminster,
(including residence for Physician).
Survey of grounds	
Assisting at survey of grounds	
Amount of contract for construction of new wing and physician's res..
Extra work, construction of balconies, covered way, etc., per agreement
Commission on construction, superintending works	
Stoves, pipes, bureaus, clocks, sundry plumbing work, etc	
Carried forward.
4 00
24 75
290 00
53 13
64 00
4 75
75 12
11 75
21 50
6 00
12 80
7 50
7 00
29 00
2 50
52 00
27 00
11 25
64 50
17 50
4 75
9 60
5 00
44 25
4 00
2 00
13 00
7 75
4 38
1 00
5 50
6 00
9 21
7 50
7 50
50
26 75
1 00
24 50
15 83
4 00
10 17
4 75
1 00
2 50
2 00
2.797 05
47 85
71 00
8 00
40 00
26 00
20 72
14 73
7 75
45 75
10 00
7 50
2 00
17,024 39
1,420 00
650 25
444 27
19.548 41
1,507 29
2,195 78 49 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 18S4, to 30th June, 1885.
173
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
George Munday	
E S Scoullar & Co ....
Albion Iron Works...
Royal City Planing Mills
C G Major   	
Jno E Lord	
G Leiser	
Jacob Sehl	
P Collins	
J P Burgess	
C Hayward	
Lettice & Sears	
E Harrison  	
Jno Stewart	
P McQuade & Son	
'   'Colonist"	
"Evening Post"	
"Columbian"	
Palliser, Palliser & Co
Jules Godard	
M J & S Carkeek..   ..
Jas Kennedy	
Northern Pacific Express
John Kinsman	
Bank of B C	
E Gannaway	
Frank Jesse	
W R Lewis	
Jas Cunningham & Co
Thos Matthews
Jno Clapperton
J W Shane
David Griffith..
Wm Goodridge
Mike Olsen	
Alex McLeod ..
J K Barker	
Pay List	
Jno Weiler	
Do.      .....:	
J Sehl  	
Do	
J P Burgess	
Callbraith, Grant & Cook
Str RPRithet	
Gordon Bros	
Matthews, Richards & Tye
S L Kelly & Co	
Do. 	
E Bray	
Langley & Co	
David Griffith	
G H Johnston	
H L Cummins	
H C Wilson	
Gordon Bros 	
U Nelson	
A W Smith	
George Tinker	
Vote No. 8U.-
Brought fonoard	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
-Repairs to Asylum for the Insane (including Residence
for Physician.—Concluded.
Washing, cleaning, and keeping on fires for drying building, 68 d. @ $2
Stoves, pipe, elbows, etc	
One No. 4 French range	
Tables, cupboards, bookshelves, etc	
Wheelbarrow, shovels, axes, tablecloths, etc	
Hat-racks, commodes, carpets, etc   :	
One Wanzer sewing machine	
Wire beds and pictures, and freight on same	
Drayage on furniture	
Vote No. 85.—Repairs to Victoria Gaol.
Sundry repairs	
do	
Papering rooms, etc	
Glazing windows, etc 	
Sundry plumbing work, repairs, etc.
Lime, brushes, oil, etc	
Vote No. 86 —Gaol at New Westminster (construction).
Advertising tenders and notice to architects	
do. do.	
do. do. 	
Plans and specifications for gaol	
2nd prize, do. 	
Payment on account of contract for construction	
do. for superintending work	
Express charges on package of plans to and from Bridgeport, Conn..
Services rendered in connection with specifications and details for gaol
Exchange on drafts in payment of plans	
Making two calegraphic copies of specifications	
Making type-writer copy of do. 	
Ventilating grates	
Sewer pipe	
Vote No. 87.—Lock-up, Nicola (near Clapperton's).
Payment in full of contract for construction.
Commission for superintending	
Vote No. 89.—Repairs to Government Buildings (Kootenay).
Construction of Government Office and Lock-up, and out-houses, at
Kicking Horse, as per agreement	
Repairs to Government Buildings at Wild Horse Creek	
Labor on buildings, do. do	
Construction of building for office at Farwell	
Labour in temporary office at Kootenay Lake	
Vote No. 90.—Government Buildings, Forks of Quesnelle.
Shingles, lumber, etc	
Men employed erecting building, in all 143£ days @ $4	
Vote No. 91.—Furniture for Government Ofices (throughout the
Province.)
Linoleum and sundry furniture for Lands & Works, and Supreme Court
Lamps and chimneys for Kootenay Office	
Bed, lounge, blankets, etc., for judge's chambers, Nanaimo	
Office chairs for Printing Office, Gaol Office, and covering tables, etc.
Office desk for office of Superintendent of Education	
Lock for Government Office at Laketon	
Freight on furniture from Victoria to Nanaimo, for Judge's Chambers
2 doors for book-case, Judge's Office at Kamloops	
Padlock for Attorney-General's Department	
Furniture, stoves, etc., for Supreme Court.	
Shovels, coal-scuttle, stove, etc., Government Offices, Victoria	
Copying-press and book, for Kootenay Office	
Clock, candle-sticks, etc., do. 	
Repairing stove, etc., for office at Wild Horse Creek	
Stove and pipe, do. Kicking Horse	
Thermometer^ do. do. 	
Stove-pipe, etc., do. Savona	
Table and chairs, lock-up, do	
Lamp and chairs for office at Lillooet	
Gold scales, do. 	
Expressage on chairs, Clinton to Lillooet	
Carried forward.
.2,797 05
43 13
54 51
136 00
66 88
96 00
246 35
42 25
235 50
40 00
280 00
3 75
43 13
213 06
30
9 00
117 23
22 60
75 10
45 00
38 80
700 00
100 00
22,736 00
550 00
2 25
10 00
4 00
10 10
6 00
6 00
716 63
250 00
12 50
395 00
28 00
21 00
400 00
4 50
179 00
573 00
456 70
8 75
70 00
64 58
67 50
3 50
75
5 00
1 75
35 24
48 25
32 00
12 75
15 00
33 00
4 00
50 50
23 00
10 50
.3 50
2 00
20,695 14
848 50
948 27 50,189 44 174
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
9   cts.
8   cts.
t   cts.
F W Foster 	
David Spencer	
Customs (Kootenay) ..
Jno E Lord  	
Hoy & Fry	
Royal City Planing Mills
C M McNaughton	
Bank of B C	
Hudson Bay Co  	
Jno Murray	
S A Rogers 	
A Holmes	
E S Scoullar	
H F Keefer  	
Clarke & Nicholson ....
M Manson	
Str Peerless	
E Forrester 	
Hoy & Fry 	
J Finlayson 	
E G Prior 	
Thos Owens    	
A & W Wilson	
Jas Cunningham & Co .
C G Major  	
CP Miller & Co	
Callbreath, Grant & Cook
J Crowther	
Clarke & Nicholson	
Fell& Co	
Chas Murray	
CG Major	
Dominion Saw Mill Co...
Royal City Planing Mills
R H Hall	
J C Bryant	
J A Mara  	
Gordon Bros  	
James Fraser  	
C M McNaughton	
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No. 91.—Furniture, Government Offices.—Concluded.
2 chairs, court-house at Lillooet	
Carpet, rug and towels tor Provincial Secretary's Office	
Duty on letter-press	
Office chairs, stool, etc., for Land Registry Office, New Westminster
Desks, do. do.
Tables, etc. . do. do.
18-day clock, do. do.
Letter-press, Barkerville Office	
Coat and hat hooks, do	
Making wardrobe, do	
Evaporator, do	
Water barrel for Central Building, Victoria	
Coal scuttle and shovel, stoves, lamps, etc., for Gov't. Office, New West
Sundry articles for Lytton Court House   	
Stove-pipe, etc., Attorney-General's Office	
Window blinds, lamps, etc., Nanaimo Office	
Freight on stove, carpet, etc., Kamloops to Eagle Pass	
do. do. Eagle Pass to Belvedere Landing
Ee-covering table in New Westminster Court House	
Brooms for Offices, Victoria	
Hatchet..
Lamp brackets for vault, New Westminster Registry Office	
1 pair tongs for Treasury	
Stoves, pipes, lamps, etc., for New Westminster Offices	
Lamp burner, glass, etc., do. do. 	
Stove-pipe, etc., Spallumcheen Office	
Stove-pipe for Government Office at Laketon	
2 office signs, Provincial Secretary's Department	
Stove-pipe and zinc for Victoria Gaol Office	
Coal scuttles, brooms, etc., Offices, Victoria	
Painting signs for L. R. 0., New Westminster	
Brooms, oil cloth, etc., Government Offices, New Westminster.
Table, with drawers, Sherifl's Office, do.
Curtain rod and brackets for Judge's room, do.
Writing table, axe, etc., constable's quarters, Fort Simpson	
1 gold scale, Gold Commissioner's Office, Lorne Creek	
Carpet, paper, chairs, etc., for Office at Kamloops	
Book case	
Cleaning clock for Yale Office	
Clock for Government Office at Spence's Bridge	
S L Kelly & Co 	
E G Prior	
Chas Ball	
P T Johnston & Co
Thos Storey	
London & Lancashire Co
Commercial Union Co...
Li'rpool, London & Globe
Imperial Co	
North British & Mercan
Phcenix Co	
Guardian Assurance Co
Northern Assurance Co
"Colonist" 	
"Evening Post"
Wm H Souden  .
H Cathcart	
C Hayward	
J Sehl	
S L Kelly & Son
John Braden ...
W J McMillan ..
"Colonist"	
"Evening Post"
"Free Press" ..
Vote No. 92.—Improvement of Government Reserves.
Hose, couplings, repairing sprinkler, etc	
Mattocks, shovels, axes, etc.,	
Repairing lawn mower, sharpening tools, etc.
Lawn seed for grounds, James' Bay	
Removing gate and repairing fencing	
Vote No. 93.—Insurance of Government Buildings.
Insurance on Lunatic Asylum, Royal Hospital & sundry School Houses
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Sundry School Houses and Government Buildings at Yale
do. do. 	
do. do. & on Gov't, build.& furniture, Vict
do. do. & on Land Regis. Office, New West
Richfield Court House, Gov't Buildings and School House
Sundry School Houses and Convalescent Home, Victoria
New Westminster Court House
Vote No. 9k.—Public School, Johnson Street  Ward (Construction).
Advertising tenders	
do. 	
Construction of School-house, per contract   	
Grading School grounds, etc, 6 days @ S2.50	
Moving desks from Central School and making lavatories, etc	
Desks, blinds, etc	
Stove, pipe, etc., and labour putting up same	
Sundry plumber work ■	
Vote No. 95.—Public School,  South Cowichan (Construction).
Construction of School-house and clearing grounds, per contract	
Vote No. 96.—Public School, Soti-th Cedar, (Construction).
Advertising tenders.
do.
do.
SO
13 00
Carried forward.
?,948 46
27
10 00
142 96
3 95
23 50
125 00
30 00
11 00
10 00
1 50
10 00
1 25
2 00
61 50
14 30
30 25
34 12
3 50
2 50
10 50
3 75
1 50
4 50
62
32 62
1 98
55 75
4 50
4 00
15 25
15 75
7 00
8 21
10 00
4 00
17 50
25 00
104 34
16 50
1 50
8 00
50,189 44
56 78
25 75
16 00
21 50
244 87
149 99
75 00
700 62
245 49
300 94
161 44
90 00
12 00
6 00
1,410 00
15 00
26 50
45 50
41 87
34 76
10 00
6 00
2 50
1,808 37
1,968 35
1,691 63
385 00
66,101 20 49 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
175
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
John Hill	
WE Blackett....
Wm L LeBallister
H Peck	
Geo Frost	
John Hill	
"Colonist"	
"Evening Post" ..
T Elliott	
E Pritchard	
"Columbian"	
K Mclver	
H Fitmus	
J K Nelson	
A McDonald	
Fadear Zink	
P A Hartman	
Jos Haller	
McLellan & Co ...
Samuel Calbick ..
Robt Coghlan 	
C Hayward	
S L Kelly & Son .
John Braden	
C Hayward	
J Sehl  	
Muirhead & Mann
J T Morton	
Thos Bennett	
"Free Press"	
A J Dixon  	
A Hoggan	
Jos Fletcher	
Geo Frost	
W Wilson	
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No. 96.—Public School, Cedar (construction).—Concluded.
Clearing plot for School ground	
Building School-house, per contract, $291; extra, $15	
Horse and buggy hire for Government Agent inspecting School-house
do. do. do. selecting site	
Making desks and seats	
Clearing part of ground and hauling desks	
Vote No. 97.—Public School, Lake, (Completion).
Advertising tenders	
do. 	
Balance due on contract for completion	
One-quarter acre of ground for school purposes	
Vote No. 98.—Public School, Langley, (Construction).
Advertising tenders    	
Construction of School-house, per contract	
Cleaning and grading School ground	
Vote No. 99.—Public School, West Matsqui, (Construction).
Construction of School-house, per contract	
Vote No. 100.—Public School, Priest's Valley,Okanagan,(Construction).
Construction of School-house, per contract	
Vote No. 101.--Public School, North Thompson River, (Construction).
Construction of School-house, per contract	
Vote No. 102.—Public School, Big Bar, Lillooet Dist. (construction).
Construction of school-house, per contract	
Lumber, nails, labour, etc	
Stove, pipe, etc  	
Vote No. 103.—Public School, Westham Island (construction).
Construction of school-house, per contract, $298; woodshed, etc., ©90..
Vote No. 10h.—Public School, Langley Prairie (removal).
Removal of school-house ,	
Vote No. 105.—Public School, Victoria (repairs).
Erecting glass partition in Girls' dept., making and repairing fence, etc.
Repairing and laying water-pipes, etc	
Putting in water-pipes, James' Bay Ward School	
Vote No. 106.—Public School, Victoria (furniture).
Altering and repairing school furniture, desks, etc., per agreement	
100 school desks @$7.50; charges, etc., S49	
Vote No. 10*1.—Public School, Shawnigan (fencing, sheds, &c.)
Desks, black-boards, etc	
Vote No. 108.—Public School, Clover Valley (fencing, sheds, &c.)
Fencing school site, per contract	
Vote No. 109.—Public School, Mayne Island (fencing, sheds, &c.)
Fencing school ground and erecting out-buildings	
Vote No. 110.—Public School, North Gabriola (completion).
Advertising tenders for completion	
Completion of school-house, per contract, $119 ; making steps, &c, $5
Labour removing trees near building, digging well, repairing shed, etc.
One black-board	
Seats for School-house	
Hat hooks and stove-pipe	
Carried forward	
Arrears.
$   cts.
?   cts.
18 50
30 00
306 00
4 00
4 00
36 00
9 00
11 20
6 00
382 00
30 00
4 48
440 00
60 00
250 00
250 00
41 25
391 78
15 24
44 50
184 00
799 00
2 50
124 00
53 00
2 75
10 00
4 75
407 50
504 48
475 00
625 00
541 25
388 00
40 00
983 00
55 50
75 00
100 00
197 00 176
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
\ Arrears.
S    cts.
1
$   cts.
$   cts.
2,948 45
50 00
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.— Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No. 111.—Public School, Wellington (repairs).
52 50
4 00
43 00
Vote No. 112.—Public School, Sooke (repairs).
99 50
Vote No. 113.—Public School, Esquimalt (out-houses).
Vote No. 11U.—Gaol at Clinton, (Construction).
Labour obtaining logs for building,                                   8 days @ 82.50
Yarding logs,                                                                                3    „           5.00
20 00
15 00
67 12
650 00
22 50
22 50
48 00
60 00
20 00
3 50
1 00
10 00
51 27
115 21
433 39
Patrick Gingles	
Do.           	
Labour cutting and peeling logs,                                           74 days @ 83.00
do.                              do.                                               7i   „          3.00
do.                              do.                                               16   „          3.00
Labour hauling lumber and shingles,                                  20    „           3.00
Team hire, hauling logs,                                                            5    ,,           4.00
James Hallidav	
do	
Vote No. 116.—Gaol at Lytton, (fencing).
1,539 49
40 00
17 50
3 62
38 50
Jno Mclntyre	
Pay List '	
Vote No. 117.—In Aid, of Provincial Agricultural Institution and
Museum.
99 62
2,500 00
Thos Russell, (Sect'y) ...
D Smith, (Sect'y)	
Vote No.   117a.—Hospital, Nanaimo, (Fever-ioard).
500 00
Vote No. 117aa.—Public School, Trenant, (painting).
45 00
Vote No. 117b.— Public School, Craigflower, (repairs).
26 00
Vote No. 117c.—Public School, South Saanich, (furniture).
50 00
Wm M Campbell 	
Vote No. ll?d.—Public School,  Upper Sumas.
100 00
Vote No. 117e.—Public School, Quamichan, (furniture).
26 00
A J Annand 	
W H Robertson 	
Vote No. 117/.—Public School, Port Moody.
-
194 00
Vote No. 117g.—Old Cemetery, Victoria (fencing).
461 00
32 00
5 00
498 00
2,998 45
67,811 26 49 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885,
177
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
S   cts.
John S Pringle	
Do	
Miller & Co	
Croft & Angus	
John Murray	
Wm H Dempster	
Josiah Guthrie	
Robert Cunningham
Pay List 	
J Kinsman	
J P Burgess	
Wm Roskelly	
John Braden	
Lettice & Sears	
E G Prior	
Wm P Sayward	
Smith & Rendell   ...
Jos Sommer	
Jacob Sehl 	
John Weiler	
H Gribble	
Thos Carrington	
Hudson Bay Co	
Hutcheson & Young
Robt Ward & Co	
Bagnall & Co	
George Jacques	
"Colonist" 	
"Evening Post" 	
J P Burgess	
J P Elford	
DeWiederhold & Co.
J Engelhardt	
Central Coal Yard ..
Fell & Co  	
Geo Stelly	
Do.       	
Marvin & Tilton	
E G Prior 	
PT Johnston	
J H King 	
Thos Luscombe	
Jay & Co	
Victoria Transfer Co
Thos Luscombe	
Brought/or
XII.— PUBLIC WORKS.— Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Concluded.
Vote No. 117h.—Lock-up at Savona (construction).
Construction of Lock-up	
Lumber, nails, etc.	
Stove-pipe, zinc, etc	
Vote No. 117i.—Lock-up at Chemainus (construction).
Construction of lock-up, per agreement	
Vote No. 117k.—Lock-up at Spence's Bridge (completion).
Logs, lumber, and shingles	
No Vote.—Government Office, Lorne Creek, Skeena.
Nails, hinges, locks, etc	
Shingles	
Lumber and sashes	
Men employed erecting building	
Government House, Victoria.
Vote No. 118.—Repairs to Building.
Repairing foundations and chimneys	
Do.        doors, fences, out-houses, etc	
Do.        tank	
Sundry repairs to water-pipes, pump, etc	
Glazing windows	
Nails  	
Shingles, drayage,  etc	
Kalsomining and painting gardener's cottage	
Vote No. 119.—Furniture.
Ten picture frames	
Making screen	
Laying carpets, matting, glassware, etc	
Six Japanese lanterns	
Filter, buckets, and water-jugs	
Filter	
Three quilts	
Glassware, etc., and charges on same	
One Roenish short grand piano	
Clock $8; mending clock $1.50	
Vote No. no.—Fencing.
Advertising notice to carpenters	
Do. do	
Lumber, nails, gate hinges, labour, etc	
On account of contract for construction of fence	
Vote No. 1%1.—Water.
Water supplied from 1st June, 1884, to 30th June, 1885	
Vote No. 122.—Fuel and Light.
Coal and wood from 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885 -.	
Three tons of coal  	
Coal oil, candles, etc	
Vote No. 123.—Improving Grounds.
Use of horse and cart, 4 days @ f 4.50	
Hauling two loads of gravel and rolling ground	
Lawn mower	
Scythe, axe, hay-rake, etc	
Sowing lawn	
Twenty loads of manure @ 82	
Two pruning clippers	
Flower pots, lawn grass, etc	
Eight loads of manure	
Vote No. 12U.—Gardener.
Gardener's wages from 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885, @ 850 per m
2,998 45
600 00
10 60
13 75
67,811 26
624 25
250 00
255 01
255 01
17 50
25 00
64 00
113 00
67 75
219 50
76 25
69,160 02
68 31
230 26
2 50
26 55
39 97
3 00
21 00
1 86
17 76
5 50
394 10
32 26
32 25
25 00
25 00
75 75
297 38
2 50
8 50
13 00
16 50
143 78
500 00
9 60
1,048 41
14 00
8 00
27 25
25 00
74 25
917 46
102 60
751 36
24 00
226 25
1,001 61
18 00
18 00
4 00
30 50
8 58
12 58
2 60
40 00
2 50
10 50
16 00
600 00
3,681 25
4,172 41 178
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
^0 WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
8   cts.
cts.
$   cts
3,681 25
18 00
1
4,172 41
XII.— PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Government House, Victoria.—Concluded.
Vote No. 125.—Miscellaneous.
4 50
34 00
32 50
1 00
12 00
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.
Vote No. 126.— Victoria District.
Vlaking new culvert & repairing, Tierney's Road (team) 3jdays@ 86
do.                         do.                     do.                        3i   „         4
Labour on Wilkinson's and Carey's Road,                        22£   ,,         2
do.        Mount Newton Road,                                            9     „          2
do.       McTavish's Cross Road and Mount Newton East Road	
do.       Cedar Hill Cross Road.                                    15 days @ 82
do.                                                                                    3i   „         2
do.       Mount Newton East Road,                                8§   ,,         2
do.                         do.                                                      9     „         2
Hire of team and waggon,                                                  11     ,,         5
Labour,                                                                                   5     ,,         2
Labour on Cedar Hill Road,                                                 4     „         2
19 50
13 00
45 00
18 00
86 00
30 00
7 00
17 50
18 00
55 00
10 00
8 00
18 00
10 00
8 00
53 00
43 00
114 00
86 00
12 00
21 25
24 50
24 50
70 50
63 00
146 00
73 25
24 00
75 00
50 00
75 00
200 00
325 60
204 00
229 76
16 00
89 00
464 60
317 50
144 75
183 50
522 26
829 25
210 50
20 00
4 00
10 00
2 00
15 00
10 00
18 00
30 00
5 00
10 00
20 00
35 0C
20 00
10 40
82 50
67 50
132 5C
70 OC
60 0C
107 5C
2 6C
10 OC
12 5C
15 0C
4,266 41
W H Snider	
Nicholas Barker	
Edward Dawson	
Wm Miller	
Wm Richardson	
Labour on bridge at old saw-mill,                                       5     ,,         2
do.                                                                                    4     „         2
Harris & Hargreaves   ...
P McQuade & Son	
Leonard Pusey 	
Labour on McTavish's Cross Road and Mount Newton, 43 days @ $2
do.                             do.                             do.                 6     „         2
do.       Brown's       do.                                                   8£   ,,         2.50
do.       Mount Newton East road,                               12^   ,,         2
do.                             do.                                                 12J   „         2
do.                             do.     and McTavish's Cross R., 35^   ,,         2
do.                               do.                               do.                28     „          2.25
do.       foreman,       do.                             do.               36^   ,,         4
Do	
Frank Williams	
Nicholas Barker	
Andrew J Bennett	
do.                             do.                                                 12     ,,         2
do.    with team, gravelling Cedar Hill Road,           15     ,,         5
do.                             do.                             do.               10     ,,         5
do.                             do.                             do.               15     ,,         5
Do.          	
Do.
Do.
Do	
do.                    do.        Mount Tolmie Cross Road  	
Do.           	
Do	
Do.               	
Do
Labour on bridge at old Saw-mill West Road, foreman,        5 days @ 84
do.                   do.                           do.                                       2    „           2
do.                  do.                         do.                                    5   ,,           2
do.       Saanich West Road,                                                In           2
do.       with team,   do.                                                      3   ,,           5
do.       West Saanich Road, from Stevens to Thomas', per agreement
Richard Thomson	
J H Hicks	
Walter Thomson	
Wm Richardson —	
Wm Alexander	
Wm Radford	
Labour on East Saanich Road,                                                  5 days @ 82
i       do.                     do.                                                             10   „           2
do.   grading & gravelling Radford & Penwill's Road, per agreement
do     East Saanich Road,                                                   10 days @ $2
G White 	
Labour with team on Mount Tolmie Cross Road,                 16£ ,,           5
do.                                       do.                                   13£ „           5
do.                  East Saanich Cross Road,                   26J ,,           5
do.                                       do.                                   14   „           5
do.                                       do.                                   12   „           5
do.                  Wilkinson and Camp's Road,             21£ „           5
■
Labour with team on East Saanich Road,                               2   ,,           5
Labour with team on Mount Newton Cross Road,                 3 days @ $5
Labour on Lindsay's Cross Road,                                             2| „           2
Labour with team, North Saanich,                                          4£ „          5
5 5C
22 5C
J Heal	
3,699 21
1     5,852 0C
	 39 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
179
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
8   cts.
$   cts
M Rowland	
"Evening Post"..
"Colonist" 	
S Sea	
M Smith	
J Goyette	
G Brown	
T Baker	
W Alexander ....
W Murphy	
W Cooey :	
WSGore	
J Stevens	
W Thomson ...   .
A Thomson	
R Thomson	
C Herbert	
L Duval	
R Moffatt	
Chas Pollock	
Robt Scott	
Noel Leclaire ....
"Colonist"	
"Evening Post"  .
Thos Mitchell....
P Gilligan	
Henry Gooch	
Alex Thomson ...
Wm Avons	
Wm Richardson .
Wm Thomson ...
R Copeland 	
Robert Crawford
E G Prior	
Indian Harry	
Louis Duval	
Charles Wales	
Jno Buckley   	
C Nelson	
W H Snyder	
P J Houlihan.......
A J Bennett	
Alex Thomson	
Jas Black 	
Jno Black	
Arthur Spalding	
Brackman & Ker	
David Morrison	
Wm Richardson 	
Fielding Spotts	
S Sandover	
Julius Brethour	
Wm Thomson	
Peter Bartleman	
Wm Avons	
Alex Thomson	
Wm Temple	
Thos Slack	
Edward Newton	
T Quinn	
Henry Gooch	
Henry Cathcart 	
Walter Collins	
J S Shopland	
Wm Williams 	
Jas Baker	
Jos Nicholson 	
W Copeland	
McKenzie & Meston .
Robert Pledger	
Wm P Sayward	
Victoria Transfer Co .
Mrs E Calvert	
Jno Kinsman	
Henry Cathcart 	
Stephen Sandon 	
Wm Clark	
Str Amelia	
Brought fonoard	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 126.— Victoria District—Continued.
3,699 25
Hauling gravel on Burnside Road	
Advertising tenders for construction of road, Lake District.
do. do. do.
Gate-keeper at gravel pit.
Team hauling gravel for Burnside & Saanich Roads,       25 days @ 85
Labour with team, 17£   ,, 5
do. do.    on Saanich Road, 4£   ,, 5
do.  McTavish's Cross-road, 12 days, @ 82.50; team,   3^   ,, 5,
do. do. 16     „ 2
do.  repairing culverts and road, Tiernay's road, 2f   „ 2.50
do.  Brown's Cross-road, 6     ,, 2.50
Travelling allowance, inspecting roads, 2      ,, 4
Meals, bed and buggy hire for Hargreaves, surveying West road	
Labour on Brown's Cross Road, with horse and cart,      9^ days @ 84
do. do. do. 9£    „ 2.50
do. do. do. 7    „ 2.50
do.   with team gravelling Mount Newton Road, 4£    ,, 5
do. do. Saanich Road, 12^   ,, 5
do. do. do.    & Cadboro B. Rd. 24     „ 5.00
do. on Cedar Hill Road, 7     ,, 5
do. do. do. 7     ,, 5
Construction of road through Work Estate, per contract	
Advertising tenders for repairs to Cadboro Bay Road	
do. do.  	
Use of team on East Saanich Road, 5 day @ $5
RepairingculvertonRichmondR.&labour on CadboroB.R. 5 days (a) 2
Labour with team on Waine's Cross Road
do. Mount Newton Cross Road, 4 days @ 85
do. do. do. 20|   „ 2
do. do. do. 15     ,, 5
do.  as foreman, do. do. 10     ,, 4
do.  repair, culv. on Richmond R. with horse & cart    2     ,, 4.50
do.   with team on Mount Newton Road and approach to wharf,
14,} days @ 85.00 and 1£ days @ 82.00	
Road tools and nails	
Hauling timber for bridges on West Road	
Labour with team on E.Saanich R.,14 d.@ 85, horse &cart,5   ,, 3.50
Labour on bridges, West Road, 3£   ,, 2
do.    Swan Lake bridge, l|   ,, 2
Hauling lumber,       do. 	
Re-planking, do. 2 days @ $4
Timber for culvert	
Labour on Mount Newton Road, 12| days @ 82
Labour with team on East Saanich Road, 20     ,, 5
Guarding fence, West Saanich Road, 3     ,, 75
Labour with team, East do. 18      „ 5
Labour on bridges, West Road,and Waine's Cross Road, 6|    „ 2
Spikes and lumber for repairs to bridge, West Road, & N. Saanich wharf
Labour on bridges, West Road, 4^ days @ 82
do. do 4     ,, 2
do.       Mount. Newton Road	
Sharpening Road tools ,	
Labour on bridges, 5£ days @ 84
do.        West Saanich Road, as foreman, 4      ,, 4
Sharpening tools for Road party	
Labour on West Saanich Road, 4   days @ 2
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
5
2
2
2.25
■2.00
5
74 days @ 82
with team on West Saanich Road,
East Saanich Road,
repairing East Gorg-e Road, 9
do. do. 2£
do. do. 8£
hauling lumber from wharf to bridge, West R. 1J
Draining water off Saanich Road	
Labour on Waine's cross road, and at School-house,
do.       repairing Lover's Lane	
do.       with team on cross road at School-house,       2 days @ 85
do.       grading and gravelling- Cadboro Bay Road, per contract	
Constructing road through Lake District, on account of contract No. 34
Repairing washout on Cadboro Bay road, 10| days @ 82
Sharpening and repairing Road tools	
Repairs to Ross Bay Road, 2   days @ 82
Lumber for sundry road repairs.	
Express hire and horse and buggy hire for Surveyor-General	
Labour with team repairing Gorge Road, 9^ days @ 86
Use of hoisting winch for North Saanich wharf, 8       ., 1
Cleaning bridge on Gorge Road	
Steeling picks	
Superintending repairs at N. Saanich wharf, 11 d. @84, drayage, $3.50
Freight and wharfage on pile driver to Saanich	
5 00
6 00
12
1 00
125 00
87 50
22 50
44 25
32 00
6 87
15 00
8 00
12 00
38 00
23 75
17 50
22 50
61 50
120 00
35 00
35 00
435 00
9 30
6 00
2 50
10 00
39 00
20 00
41 50
30 00
40 00
9 00
75 50
14 42
7 00
87 50
7 00
3 00
5 00
8 00
2 00
25 50
100 00
2 25
90 00
13 50
39 40
9 00
8 00
2 00
15 00
22 00
16 00
4 00
8 00
20 00
8 00
18 00
5 62
17 00
6 25
2 50
14 50
30 00
10 00
311 00
1,590 00
21 50
19 87
4 00
106 35
15 50
57 00
8 00
2 50
3 25
47 50
6 25
Carried forward.
25   10,115 13 180
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
8  cts.
David Morrison   	
Julius Brethour	
Charles Wales	
Ira Wilson	
Dan Nagle	
James Bryden	
Richard Copeland.  .
Misses Peers	
W J Armstrong..
Do	
J S Downie	
Croft & Angus	
D Nagle	
Wm Thomson	
R Copeland 	
Wm Armstrong  	
J S Bowker 	
W Johnson	
Alex Meneagh "
J W Rowland.......
Robert Crawford ...
Walter Thomson ...
Geo Mills	
John Sluggett   	
George Thomas	
John Sluggett	
John Henderson	
Wm Thomson 	
Thos Graham	
W Williams 	
Joseph Baptiste	
R Copeland 	
E G Prior	
Pay List 	
Samuel Morrow  	
"Colonist"	
WSGore 	
H Calvert	
John Dey 	
W J Wates	
Victoria Transfer Co
W G Bowman	
J Baker 	
H Cogan  	
A Campbell	
Muir Bros	
K Copley	
J H Dales	
A D White	
C Hintye  	
James Steele	
Wm Jones	
Jas Cessford	
Jos Porier	
Wm Cartwright 	
Jno Troupe	
Jos Nicholson	
FT Child 	
Henry Pike	
Dan Nagle	
Robert Gill	
Wm Clark	
A H Peatt	
Mrs Calvert 	
Chas Ball	
Almond Thomas —
Henry Cathcart	
Thos Slack	
Wm Phillips	
Chas Foreman	
Do	
Edward Newton	
Brought forward  	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 126.—Victoria District.—Concluded.
Labour repairing North Saanich wharf, 6§- d. @ 82; use of boat, $3.25
do. do. (Foreman) 8J days @8 4
do. do. 6£     „ 2
Repairing washout in Cadboro Bay Road	
do. do. 13^ days @ 82
Labour on North Saanich wharf, 5|       ,,        2
Labour opening drains and making culverts to Cadboro Bay Road. .
Allowance for fencing in consequence of new road thro' Stromness farm
Labour on North Saanich wharf, 6 days @ 82 ; blacksmithing 85....
Board of W. Clark, repairing wharf	
Repairs to Telegraph Cross Road, North Saanich	
Lumber	
Repairing bridge on Gorge Road, 2| days @ $2
Superintending construction of Lake District Road, 23        ,,       4
Repairing bridge, Gorge Road, 3 d. with horse & cart @ 84.50; spikes 50c
Labour on East Saanich Road, 5J days @ $T
Repairing Cadboro Bay Road	
do. Burnside and Prospect Lake roads and bridges	
Removing fallen timber, repairing culverts, etc., McTavish's cross road
Repairing culverts and ruts in Craigflower and Gorge Roads	
Labour on bridge, West Road	
Labour with team,       do. 7| days @ $5
do. gravelling East Road 7        ,,       5
Ditching and grubbing on Butler's cross road, per agreement	
Making culvert on West Saanich Road	
Labour with team on do. 1% days <g
Meals and horse keep for Surveyor-General and assistant	
Sundry repairs on Saanich Road	
Compensation for improvem'ts made on land taken for road, S. Saanich
Repairing culverts on West Road	
Vote No. 128.—Esquimalt District.
Labour on Goldstream and Esquimalt roads, 7 days @ 82.50
Making culverts, etc., on Craigflower and Esquimalt roads with horse
and cart, 20 days @ 84.50
Sundry road tools and nails	
Foreman and labourers on various places	
Use of horse and cart for repairs to Goldstream road, 2^ days @ 82
Advertising tenders for repairs to Happy Valley road and construction
of road in Sooke	
Travelling allowance, inspecting roads, 3 days @ 84
Repairs on Williams' cross road	
Grading road to Metchosin, 42^ days @ 8'
Repairing culvert, etc., on Millstream road	
Horse and buggy hire for Surv.-General inspecting roads, sundry times
do. do. do. 	
Grading Happy Valley road, per contract	
Repairing Sooke road, near Cogan's, per agreement	
Making sleigh road from Sooke Bay to Vine's, 8J days @ 82
Repairing swamp bridge and supplying material	
Labour on Beechy Bay road and road Metchosin to Sooke,   16£ d. <q
do.      Metchosin-Sooke sleigh road, 27f    ,,
do. do. do. 14      ,,     2
do. do. do. 22£     „     2
do. do. and blazing line of new road.
do.      Metchosin and Beechy Bay road, 74|    ,,     2
do. do. Esquimalt roads, 26£    „     2
Making bridge and culvert on Sooke road	
Removing brush and fallen timber, Sooke road	
Grading and gravelling Metchosin road, 50£ d. @ 82.25
Construction of road round Naylor's Hill, per contract	
Superintending do. 	
Making road in Highland District	
Repairing culverts, Craigflower and Esquimalt roads, 3 days (3
Labour grading and gravelling Metchosin road, 78       ,,
Constructing floating wharf at Esquimalt landing	
Cutting out roots and clearing off stones, Sooke road	
Man with team, gravelling Metchosin road, 23 days (5
Repairing road tools	
Repairing Highland District roads, 13 days @ 82
Cutting out tree on Craigflower road	
Repairing Metchosin and Highland District roads, 20 days @ $2
Blazing line for new road round Naylor's Hill, Sooke, 4       ,,       T
Repairing bridges and cutting out trees on Metchosin road ,
Balance due on Contract No. 28	
Grading, gravelling, etc., on Metchosin, Highland and Esquimalt District roads, 109 d. @ 82.25
Carried forward	
3,699 25
16 25
34 00
13 00
7 50
27 00
11 00
42 00
60 00
17 00
6 00
64 00
3 65
6 50
92 00
14 00
11 00
10 00
53 00
7 00
12 00
2 00
38 75
35 00
40 00
7 00
38 75
4 50
46 00
100 00
5 00
17 50
90 00
61 15
508 25
6 00
24 40
12 00
2 75
84 50
9 00
35 00
10 00
700 00
50 00
17 00
213 50
33 50
55 50
28 00
44 50
93 75
149 50
53 00
19 00
12 00
113 00
1,375 00
15 00
75 .00
6 00
156 00
68 00
12 00
138 00
9 00
26 00
2 50
40 00
8 00
25 50
20 00
245 25
10,928 03
3,699 25  4,663 05' 10,928 03 49 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
181
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
8   cts.
$   cts.
Thos Sleek	
Chas Weir	
Robert Cessford 	
Samuel Morrow  ........
Do. 	
Henry Pike	
J H Scafe	
McKillican & Anderson ..
Richard Graham	
Wm P Sayward	
Henry Price	
Alex Fulton	
Thos Tugwell 	
Henry Cathcart	
L Larson	
Henry Helgesen ....	
Chas Wales	
Chas Foreman	
George Schmidt 	
Wm Cartwrig'ht	
Wm Phillips    ...
Jas Delaney	
Geo Brown	
Wm Phillips	
Jas Delaney	
Pay Lists	
George Lewis	
R B Richardson...
Christopher Ryan.
John Dougan	
Sil-et-ka-nem	
Henry Fry	
Do	
David Evans	
Chas King	
F Jones	
E G Prior 	
D Holmes	
W P Jaynes	
T P Windsor 	
J McLay	
E Marriner	
G B Ordano 	
C P N Co	
J Kier  	
J Barry	
E  Marriner 	
Wm Copely  	
Robert Kelly	
Wm Boal	
John McPherson ...
Alex Blythe	
Jnn McPherson.. .
Jas Dougan	
David Alexander.  .
Jos Dougan 	
Henry Marriner ...
A Larson	
T P Windsor  	
W J Sutton  	
Jno Snider	
J N Brobant, Jr ...
Do.
Thos Brobant	
Thos Marshall	
"Colonist"	
Pay Lists	
John Nicholson .
R Jones 	
F Jones	
Geo Jones	
N W Campbell..
John Nicholson .
Brought forward .
XII.—PUBLIC WOBKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 128.—Esquimalt District.— Concluded.
7| d.
:2.<K)
2,00
2.25
4;00
2.00
Labour on Esquimalt roads,
do. do. Metchosin & Highland roads, 31J    »
do. do. 123    „
do. do. as foreman, 141£     ,,
do. do. with horse and cart, 33      ,,
Construction of Millstream road extension, per agreement	
Removing fallen trees from Highland District roads	
Repairs to Point Ellice Bridge	
do.      Parsons' Bridge   	
Lumber for Esquimalt and Highland District roads	
Labour with team on Esquimalt road, 2S£ d
Rebuilding bridges on Sooke and Happy Valley roads, 2 If
Clearing out fallen timber and general repairs to trail	
Repairing culverts on Esquimalt and Craigflower roads ,
Rebuilding bridges on Sooke and Happy Valley roads, 19 d. @ 83
do. do. do.        and use of horses
Repairing Millstream road, per agreement	
Labour with team gravelling Metchosin road	
Assisting in making a trail at Beechy Bay, per agreement
Cutting out trees on Sooke trail, do.
Construction of bridge and road at Sooke, do.
Labour on roads, 47| days @ 82.25
Making bridges on Beechy Bay trail, per agreement...
On account of construction of bridge in Sooke District
Labour on Metchosin Road, 15J days @ 82.25
Vote No. 129.—Cowichan District.
Foreman and labourers on various roads	
Labour with two yoke of oxen, sundry times	
Axes and handle	
Bolts for bridge, sharpening and repairing road tools, etc	
Labour with oxen and cart, 15J days @ 84
Removal of house from line of proposed road	
Horse hire, inspecting roads, sundry times	
Commission on disbursements, @ 5 per cent	
Expenses for & laying out road from Curry's to Saatlam, 5   days @ 83
Measuring new line of road, . do. do	
Labour with yoke of oxen, 18£ days @ 84
Sundry road tools, powder, etc 	
Lumber for culverts and bridges   	
Sundry tools for road party	
Labour on new road with team at Chemainus	
do.     with horse and cart,                                              6   days @ 83.
do.     with team   ....
Tools, ropes, nails, etc    	
Pass, of Hon. W. Smithe from Cowichan to Vict., twice,& freight on horse
Horse and buggy hire of Hon. W. Smithe, inspect'g roads,& keep of horse
Labour with oxen and cart, llf days @ 84
Use of horse and cart, b      ,, 1.50
Labour with horse and cart	
do.          yoke of oxen,                                              22| days @ 84
do. horse and cart	
Use of boat for 1 month during repairs to wharf	
Exploring for new road	
Labour on road from Richardson's to Vict. R'd. per cont. 8400; extras, 843
do.      Copley's Road, per contract, 8360; extras, 842	
Constructing culvert on Nanaimo Trunk Road at Quamichan	
Labour with yoke of oxen hauling piles for bridge, 2| days @ 84
do.    on Trunk Road, near Comiaken Village, 2      ,, 4
Boat hire for lumber from mill	
Completion of repairs to Trunk Road from Chemainus to Somenos	
Lumber for sundry roads	
Removing fallen trees on Victoria and Nanaimo Trunk Road	
Labour with team gravelling Trunk Road near Nelson's, 25£ days @ 84
Buggy hire for Hon. C. C. of L. & W. inspecting roads	
Labour on Trunk Road, near Nelson's, 13£ days @ 82
Services rendered in arranging- line of road between Mearn's & Williams
Vote No. 130.— Victoria and Nanaimo Trunk Road.
Advertising tenders for repairs to Section 2	
Labourers	
Salary as supt. from 1st Oct., 1884, to 15th Jan. 1885, <g 8100 $ m	
Labour with oxen and cart gavelling road, 26 days @ 84
do. horse       do. do. 2   ,, 3.50
Labour repairing Section 2, per contract, 81,300 ; extra work, 837.50..
Gravelling one mile Trunk Road at Chemainus, per contract	
Labour clearing trees off road, 6£ days @ 84
Carried forward	
3,699 25
4,663 05'   10,928 03
15 50
62 50
276 75
565 00
m oo
75 oo
2 00
5 50
5 00
67 76
169 00
64 50
56 00
16 75
57 00
80 50
50 00
23 00
25 00
20 00
100 00
107 43
25 00
50 00
34 31
4,444 80
199 0C
4 50
46 00
62 00
30 0C
16 0C
350 22
15 00
2 50
74 00
159 65
43 18
8 25
28 00
21 00
5 00
33 12
2 26
7 50
47 00
7 50
3 00
91 00
3 00
7 50
3 00
443 00
402 00
4 25
10 00
8 00
2 50
330 00
7 00
5 00
102 00
2 50
27 00
5 00
14 50
2,726 97
350 00
104 00
7 00
1,337 50
492 80
25 00
6,057 77
6,682 55
7,062 22
24,672 80 -
182                Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
9   ets.
9   cts.
$   cts.
Thos Nicholson & Co....
3,699 25
92 25
5,057 77
10 62
2 75
121 60
2 00
27 11
56 70
37 50
37 75
1 00
445 60
5 75
11 00
28 12
7 82
20 00
25 81
1,363 80
24,672 80
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 130.— Victoria and Nanaimo Trunk Road.—Concluded.
Beef            	
Mrs Calvert	
Labour with team repairing road,                                    20J days @ $6
S L Kelly & Son	
Do.             	
Use of team,                                                                          7£ days @ §5
Marvin & Tilton	
Gerow & Robertson	
Mrs Calvert	
do.                                         	
Team hire for Surveyor-General inspecting road,          2 days (cc §10
Welch, Rithet & Co
E J Bittancourt	
Do.           	
Sundry provisions supplied to Contractor Waugh, and for road party..
Memo.—The above expenditure includes 82,868.31 for the completion of contract originally taken by G. Waugh, who gave
bonds for §2,000, which sum has been paid hy the sureties,
and appears in the Revenue under the head of Miscellaneous Receipts.
Vote No. 131.—Salt Spring Island and Islands at Plumper Pass.
Payments on ace't of orders accepted from the Municipality of S. S. I..
Provisions supplied to parties repairing wharf at Vesuvius Bay	
7,262 60
92 25
23 62
63 25
20 36
36 75
38 60
1 50
46 00
98 00
76 00
34 00
32 50
31 75
46 00
40 00
42 00
49 00
16 00
47 00
3 00
8 75
3 48
11 50
165 50
9 50
3 00
3 00
171 00
6 25
195 00
36 80
27 00
42 00
21 00
20 00
20 00
2 50
46 00
46 30
5 00
2 00
2 00
3 00
3 60
4 00
J Broadwell	
Repairing Vesuvius Bay wharf,                                                 18^ d. @ $2
do.                      do.                                                         19J    „     2
T H Compton	
Labour on Burgoyne Bay roads,                                             23   d. @ $2
do.                         do.               (as foreman)                           24£    ,,     4
TTrag-e	
W Clark  	
do.                       do.                                                              17   d. @ $2
do.                       do.                                                              16J     „     2
Freight on pile-driver for Burgoyne Bay wharf and passages of 3 men..
Labour on roads, Burgoyne Bay,                                                23 d. @ 82
do.                     do.                                                          20    „     2
W Whims	
T Hantz	
do,                     do.                                                    24J d. @ $2.00
do.                      do.                                                      8      „     2.00
do.                       do.                                                        23J     „     2.00
do.                       do.                                                          l|     „     2.00
do.                       do.                                                          3}     „     2.50
G Fisher 	
T Kanly	
Labour on roads,           do.                                                  4|    ,,    2.50
C P N Co	
Passages of labourers, Victoria to Mayne Island, and freight on tools..
T Trage	
Wm Clark   	
Repairs to                 do.                                                               10^ d. @ $4
Repairs to                                    do.                                      10£    ,,    2
do.                                            do.                                         10      ,,     2
Harris & Hargreaves	
E G Prior	
Surveying line for road, Galliano Island, 4 d. @ $10; trav. expenses $6
-
Geo Stelly	
Use of oxen,    _                                                                           2 d. <a $1
J B Adler	
CPNCo	
Wm Clark	
Vote No. 132.—Nanaimo District.
22 80
6 00
675 09
1,696 56
R Grant   	
Construction of Sees. 2 & 3, Nanoose road, 1,731 yds. @ 39c, per contract
3.791 50
703 89
33,680 96 49 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June. 1885.
183
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
J Beaven 	
R Craig	
H Peck  	
W L LeBallister	
J Hill	
Hirst Bros	
Pay Lists	
J Mahoy 	
John Marwick	
John Swift	
P McQuade & Son	
Horne & Hemer	
J Sage	
W S Gore	
cpnco;	
Do	
Indian John	
Jas O'Brien	
J H Pleace	
R Nightingale	
W E Blackett	
Do	
J W Stirtan	
John Tibbett	
Joseph Ganner	
Albert Hirst	
Charles York	
Pay List 	
Jno Beaven	
"Free Press" 	
Joseph Ganner	
Jno Thomas	
Win Orwin	
A Mayer & Co ..- ...
John A Kearney	
Wm Lewis 	
J Fletcher	
Chas York	
M Halloran	
T LeBeouff	
Royal City Planing Mills
Wm Morgan	
J Sage	
Croft & Angus   	
Str R Dunsmuir	
P McQuade & Son.
Pav Lists	
M Little	
D Williams	
Albion Iron Works
W M Dingwall ....
Do	
W Anderton	
J W McKenzie	
J M Fitzpatrick ...
R H Pidcock	
H E Hexham	
C Rabson	
Jas Casey	
C P N Co	
J W Brunton	
R T Swan	
Thos Pickai'd	
S P Tuck	
Chas Payne 	
"Evening Post"...
"Columbian'	
"Colonist" 	
Robert Yates	
"Evening Post"...
"Colonist"	
Taylor & Aitken ..
Robt Swan	
T Cudlip	
Str Amelia	
Joseph Rodello ..
G F Drabble  	
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Con tinned.
Vote No. 132.—Nanaimo District. —Concluded.
17 h d. @ 87
Labour, self and team, gravelling roads,
Sharpening and repairing road tools	
Horse and buggy hire for Govt. Agent inspecting roads
do. do. and C. C. of L. & W., mov'g camp, etc
Hauling gravel on Victoria road, @ $4 %! day
Tools, etc., for road work	
Supt. Price S850, and labourers §2,665.93, 0n sundry roads	
Taking care of tools, camp, etc., at Qualicum	
Labour, self and team, gravelling Wellington road, 13£ d. @ $7
Painting and lettering two notices for Nanaimo River Bridge	
One large tent for Nanaimo road party	
Sharpening and repairing road tools	
Construction of Millstone River Bridge, per contract	
Travelling allowance, inspecting roads, 4 d. @ S4
Passage, meals, etc., for Surveyor-General to Nanaimo	
Freight on tents, Victoria to Nanaimo	
Canoe hire for Govt. Agent and W. P.aybould, M. P. P., to Gabriola Isld
Hauling gravel on Victoria road with team and cart	
Auger, brash hooks, spikes, etc	
Superintending construction of Millstone Bridge, @ 5 %	
Construction of Nanaimo River Bridge, per contract	
Additional work, do.	
Superintending construction of Nanaimo River Bridge	
Labour with horse & cart on Englishman's River trail & use of pack horse
Stage fare for Supt. Price to and from Wellington...
Use of pack horse on Alberni trail and moving camp
Labour on Holden's road, per contract.	
Labourers repairing roads on Gabriola Island 	
Hauling gravel on Victoria road, 3 days @ $4
Advertising tenders for Millstone and Nanaimo River bridges ..  .
Self and team gravelling Wellington road, 13 days @ §7
Raising bridge near Thomas', per contract	
Clearing trail at Nanoose Bay	
Shovels, buckets, etc	
Hauling gravel on Wellington road, 3| days @ $7
Labour on Departure Bay road, 2     ,, 2.50
Boards for notices on Nanaimo River Bridge ....
Hauling logs for bridge	
Labour clearing snow from Nanaimo River Bridge, 4 days @ $2.50
Labour on road, Gabriola Island, 1£ ,, 2.50
Lumber for various roads	
Repairing bridge on Nanoose road	
Labour hauling-timber for bridge, Departure Bay...
Lumber for road near McDonald and Thomas' road
Passage of Supt. Price and A. Tranfleld, Nanaimo to Englishman's River
Vote 133.—Comox District.
One anchor for Denman Island wharf	
Labourers on roads, various places	
Labour with team on bridge at Point Holmes	
do. do. ....
Hammer, castors, etc., for pile-driver	
Tools, rope, nails, etc	
Canoe hire for workmen to and from Denman Island
Clearing fallen timber from Pleasant Valley road...
Sharpening road tools, and iron for bridge, etc	
Making pile-driver, 6 days @ $4	
Lumber for repairs to bridges and wharf	
Labour on Comox wharf,
Assisting to get out piles for wharf, 14^   „ 2.25
Labour on Comox whrarf, 5"    ,, 2.50
Passage and meals for S. P. Tuck, surveying- site for Denman I'd. wharf
1 meal at Nanaimo for       do. 	
Meals and bed for do. 	
do. do.	
Professional services, re location of wharf on Denman I.,     13 days @ $7
Making three-quarters of a mile new road	
Advertising tenders, Denman Island wharf	
do. do. 	
do. do. 	
Corduroy Road on Denman Island,                                          5 days @ §2
Advertising tenders for Sleigh Road	
do. do	
Construction of wharf at Denman Island, per contract	
Superintending-     do. do. 	
Carriage for Surveyor-General to and from steamer	
Passage for Surveyor-General to and from Nanaimo, en route to Comox
Horse and buggy hire for Surveyor-General at Comox	
Professional services assisting Surveyor-General, 3 days @ $.5
Carried forward	
9 days (
Arrears.
$   cts.
3,791 50
3,826 62
122 50
35 12
65 00
40 25
257 50
35 00
3,515 93
1 50
94 50
5 00
20 00
15 25
1,175 00
16 00
10 00
82
3 00
127 50
23 12
58 75
2,774 00
50 00
150 00
28 00
1 00
19 50
25 00
291 34
12 00
5 00
91 00
30 00
50 00
14 25
26 25
5 00
3 00
5 00
10 00
3 75
36 43
5 00
5 00
4 20
3 00
15 10
1,671 04
26 25
16 25
147 20
78 32
5 00
5 00
66 00
24 00
85 42
22 50
32 62
12 50
14 50
50
4 00
2 00
91 00
50 00
8 00
4 48
18 00
10 00
8 00
17 50
889 50
100 00
2 00
1 00
8 00
15 00
3,450 68
t,973 35
43,604 31 184
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
S   cts.
Str Robt Dunsmuir .
WSGore	
George Howe	
Thos McNeely ...
Patrick Byrne ...
Joseph M Wise ..
WC McDougall..
J L Chadsey	
Woods & Turner .
Do. 	
W Rowling	
H Rowling	
G A Boothroyd	
J F Boothroyd	
W A McKenzie	
W Blackie	
J C Campbell	
Woods & Turner	
E Knight	
W S Perkins	
R Burton	
G Newton	
W Mackie	
G McKay 	
J Taylor	
J Ceon	
"Columbian"	
J Oliver   	
A McCullum	
D Buchannan	
L Coyer	
J Orr	
W D Benson	
W Caref oot	
L T Healey	
W Clapp 	
W J Crull	
G Roycraft	
H Harris	
Do	
S Harris	
J Harris  	
J Gibson 	
J McCullum	
J Sherman    	
C G Major	
JM Wise	
C J Ryder	
J Cunningham & Co .
C P N Co	
A Murchison	
D Brown	
W McDougall	
G Boothroyd	
WM Campbell....
J Punch	
J Ibbotson 	
N Butchard	
J Barnes	
W H Rowling, Sr .
H L Rowling	
J W Rowling	
T G Rowling 	
W H Rowling, Jr .
H Ferguson 	
G Howitt	
E Knight	
J Stephens 	
D Gallagher	
A Docksteader  ...
W Richardson
H Morrison	
W D Armstrong ..
W J Davey	
W McDonald	
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Con tinned.
Vote No. 133.—Comox District—Concluded.
Passage of Surveyor-General, Nanaimo to Comox and return	
Travelling allowance inspecting Comox roads, etc.,        11 days @ §4
Making road on Hornby Island	
Vote No. ISA.—New Westminster District.
Making 39J chains of ditch and roadway, Lulu Island	
do.      61 do. do. do	
Balance in full of contract, construction of Port Moody Road
Construction of Nicomekl River bridge, per contract, §750; extras, $25
Making and ditching road in township 23	
Surveying Semiahmoo, Coast Meridian, and Yale-New Westminster
Waggon Road, 19 days @ §6.50
Steamer fares, horse hire, etc	
Labour on North Arm Road, 5 days @ $2.50
do. do. 5    „ 2.50
Labour on Coast Meridian road, 2   ,, 2.50
do. do. 1 day 2.50
do.       Semiahmoo road   	
Shoeing Government horse and sharpening and repairing road tools
Labour on line between Townships 10 and 13, 19 days @ §2.50
Surveying roads at Maple Ridge and North Arm, including board, etc.
Labour assisting surveying roads with Woods & Turner, 7 days @ §2.50
do. do. do. 2   „ 2.50
do. do. do,
do. do. do. 6    „ 2.50
Labour on Granville and New Westminster road, 47   „ 2.50
do.       Cromarty road	
Meals, bed, and keep of horse for road survey party	
Labour on Scott road, 30£ days @ §2.50
Advertising tenders for road on North Arm	
Construction of road at Semiahmoo, Nper contract
18 days @ §2.50
34£
26    .
is*;
15   .
m;
18* .
8
17
29£
29^:
29i
31*
38    ,
20
2.50
2.50
2.50
3.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2
2
2.50
2
2
2.50
2.50
3
Labour on road between Townships 10 and 13
do.       Scott road,
do do.
do. do.
Labour as foreman on West Matsqui roads,
Labour on road between Townships 10 and 13,
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
Clearing brush on Burton's Prairie road,
Labour with oxen on Morrison road,
Foreman on do.
Axeman on do.
Labour on do.
do.        Scott-Coquitlam road,
do.        Pitt River road,
do.       Port Moody road,
Tools supplied for sundry road parties	
Construction of North Arm road, per contract...
Balance due for building bridge across Elk Creek
Halter for Government horse	
Passage and meals for W. Ross, and freight on horse, Chilliwhack to
New Westminster and return	
Meals, bed and keep of horse for Inspector Ross	
do. do. do	
Meals, do	
Meals, bed and keep of horse for W. Ross, survey of Coast Meridian Road
do. do. do. inspecting Sumas Road
Keep of horse, do. Coast Meridian Road..
Meals and bed, do. Lahman's Landing	
Labour on Port Moody Road, 14£ days @ §2.50
Construction of McClure's road, per contract	
Labour on North Arm Road, use of oxen, 3 days @ §2,24-J days @ §2.50
do. do. 23"     „ 2.50
do. do. 22£     „ 2.50
do. do. 19|     „ 2.50
do. do. 6£     „ 2.50
Making bridges on Kanaka Creek Road, Maple Ridge
Grading, ditching, etc., Township 12, do.
Constructing part of Kanaka Creek Road,     do.
Grading, ditching, etc., Township 12, do.
Lumber for bridges on Kanaka Creek Road,   do.
Making bridges, etc.
Labour on Morrison Road construction,
do. do.
do. do. use of oxen, §31
do. do.
do.   North Arm Suburban Road,
Carried fonoard	
20J days @ §2
16       „ 2
21       „ 2
10£     „ 2
40       „ 2.50
3,826 62
3,450 68
5 00
44 00
50 00
413 00
719 80
719 80
1,510 00
1,510 00
775 00
275 00
113 50
73 50
12 50
12 50
6 00
2 60
2 50
5 89
5 89
47 50
268 50
17 50
5 00
2 50
15 00
117 50
4 50
4 50
76 25
2 92
600 00
45 00
86 25
86 25
86 25
184 94
1 25
12 00
2 50
2 25
50
2 00
2 50
1 00
1 50
91 00
48 75
37 50
83 75
45 62
16 00
34 00
73 76
59 00
59 00
78 75
95 00
60 00
184 94
2,600 00
218 19
1 25
12 00
2 60
2 25
50
2 00
2 50
1 00
1 50
36 25
365 00
67 25
57 50
56 25
48 75
16 25
112 80
109 00
44 00
88 00
287 65
103 00
40 50
32 00
73 00
20 50
100 00
3,469 68
6,272 70    10,814 56    43,604 31 ERRATUM.
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.—On page 184, Comox District, $3,459.68 should be $3,5^9.68, which sum is omitted in
the amount carried forward.   Included in total—See note on page 197. 49 Vic.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
185
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
H Galbraith	
A McDonald	
A Innis   	
P H McGee	
W Frampton 	
H Scorey	
J Cunningham & Co ..
6 A Boothroyd	
J Sheanon	
F LeClair 	
W D Benson	
P Anderson	
G Sulley	
D Nicholson   	
T H Lehman 	
H Lehman 	
A McCallum	
George McKay	
Oliver Treado.."	
David Black	
Thos Lehman	
Jacob Lehman	
A McCallum	
J C Campbell	
H D Benson	
Daniel Nicholson 	
Henry Barker	
Jacob Lehman   	
Daniel Nicholson..
Thos Snell	
J R McGregor	
Thos H Lehman	
Harrison Lehman	
Jacob Lehman	
George McKay	
Newton Bursee	
John Wharton	
Jas Black	
Wm McArthur	
Geo Newton	
J F Black 	
Howse & Rickman ....
Geo Ilowlison	
M J Morrison	
Dugald Cameron	
Gilbert McKay	
Wm Thomson 	
John Jones	
G Sully  '.
George McKay 	
Cawley & Gibson	
David Bicknell	
J M Wise 	
John Sherman	
A Docksteader	
Daniel Callaghan	
L T Bonson 	
Wm Shannon	
Gideon Smith.........
Jos Blackwood	
A Docksteader	
Chas Stewart	
Jos Huntley	
Hastings Saw Mill Co .
G M Clean	
Henry Hughes	
Frank Moore	
Robert Priseman	
Michael Lacroix	
Patrick Edwards	
Chas Gardner	
Henry Davis	
Delta Municipalty ....
Edward W King	
L Cozer   	
Alfred Mann  	
John Lewis	
Wm Johnston 	
Jas Johnston	
Jno Johnston	
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
"Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 131,.—New Westminster District.— Continued.
Labour on North ,4rm Suburban Road,
40 days @ $2.50
do.   New Westminster-Granville Road, 26
Balance due on contract for road on St. Andrew's Flats, Langley.
Labour repairing roads in Chilliwhack	
Labour on Burton's Prairie Road	
do. do. do	
Sundry tools, etc., supplied for road work	
Labour on Coast Meridian Road, per contract.
2.50
do.
do.
Foreman on
Labour on
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do,
(In
Port Moody Road repairs,
road at Mount Lehman Landing,
32J d. <ft SS.00
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
road at St. Mary's Mission,
Trunk Road, Section 2,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
24"
17*
13}
3l|
12
15}
33}
21}
18.
35}
22}
2.50
3.50
2.50
2
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.60
2.00
2.50
5.00
2.50
freight on tools S1.25, 38}
31
3.50
2.50
at Sumas Lake, per contract...
Township Line Road, with oxen,
do.
Trunk Road,
do. repairing bridge, and at Matsqui,
do.
do.
do,
Matsqui Road,
Mission Road,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
15 days with oxen @ $3,
18
15
6
4}
4j
4
3
37}
5"
21}
42
55
43*
5.00
2 50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2
2
2
2
Inspecting Granville Waggon Road	
Balance on contract for gravelling Trunk Road, Chilliwhack ...
Labour on Cromarty-Mathers' Road, 16} d.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
16}
3
211
S2.50
2.50
2.50
2.60
2.50
2.50
2.50
Trunk Road, Sec. 2,
do. &}    „
do. 13}    „
do. 9
Grading road from Centreville to Shannon Mountain, per contract
Grading on Trunk road from Centreville	
Gravelling and corduroying Port Moody road	
Labour on Port Moody'road, 23 d. @ S3
do.       road, Township 12, 4   ,,      2
Clearing and grading Kanaka Creek road	
Examination and report on Granville waggon road	
Making road and ditch, Nicomekl River, per contract	
Clearing and grading Wanock station road I	
Constructing bridge, do. 	
do. do.	
Labour on False Creek bridge, 3$ d.  @ S3
do. do. 4|   „
Lumber for do.	
Cedar for do. 	
Labour on Morrison road, 24} d. @ 2
do.       Township line road, betw'n Townships 10 & 13, 14}   ,,    2.50
do. do. do. 16     „   2.50
do.      Burton's Prairie road, 22     ,,2 00
do. do. 23}   ,,    2
do. do. 25}   ,,    2
Grading, ditching, and corduroying Trunk l£oad, Langley	
Corduroying Trunk Road in Delta Municipality	
Labour on Mount Lehman Landing road, 13} d. @ S2.50
do.       Johnston's Settlement road, 28}   ,,     2.50
do. do. 26} d. @ $2.50 &   8"    „      2.25
do. do. 25}   „      2.50       71   „      2.25
do. do. 22      „      2.50       81    „      2.25
do. do. 31      „      2.50       7      „      2.25
do.. do. 231   »     2.50       8     „     2.25
Carried forward.
$   cts.
$   ets
6,272 70
10 50
13 50
13 28
7 60
43,604 31
100 00
65 00
292 00
192 12
28 00
28 00
18 65
500 00
97 50
48 75
84 00
43 75
34 37
78 75
30 00
39 37
84 37
63 12
46 25
70 50
55 62
18 75
71 87
2 50
136 00
77 50
200 00
47 50
45 00
37 50
15 00
11 25
11 25
10 00
7 50
75 00
10 00
43 00
84 00
210 00
87 00
10 00
291 00
41 87
41 87
7 60
63 12
13 12
34 37
22 50
656 50
60 38
300 00
69 00
8 00
247 55
8 00
500 50
111 91
16 00
24 50
10 50
13 50
13 28
7 60
49 50
36 87
40 00
44 00
47 50
61 50
312 00
1,000 00J
33 75
71 25
84 25
80 62
74 12
93 24
76 75
6,317 58 18,663 22 43,604 31 186
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
A N Anderson	
Duncan McKenzie ...
J C McKenzie	
David Gunn	
A N Anderson	
Louis Garden	
H D Benson	
Wm Marsh	
Jacob Lehman	
Robert Blackstoek ...
Hector Morrison	
Henry Harris	
Jas Harris	
Do	
Samuel Harris	
Ralph Burton	
Henry A Feitch	
McKamey & Johnston
Jos Lacroix 	
Jno Oliver	
Jno E Murchison .   ..
W B Townsend	
Neil Cameron	
Andrew A Hart :.
Wm Shannon	
A McKenzie	
W Innes	
Wm McEwen	
Thos Williams	
J Cornock 	
A Stoddart	
A Holding	
Thos Culbert	
S C Towle	
A Goddard 	
Estate of B H Wilson.
Messrs Hemlaw & Co.
Jas Ritchie	
Martin Knight	
Alexander McLean...
Geo Swan	
Geo McKay.	
Thos Lehman	
W Johnston	
Gideon Smith	
C P N Co	
Peter Anderson	
Hugh Ross	
Robert Dickson	
Alexander McLean ...
Neil Craig	
Donald Gillis	
John Musselwhite	
Wm Barker	
John Andrews	
O B Ackerman	
Jno Latimer	
A J Bovill	
Henry Davis	
C J Robinson	
Henrv Davis	
Wm Morrison	
Duncan MacCowan...
WB Hall	
Donald Gillis	
Jno Barnes	
J W Pickard  	
A C Henderson	
Joseph Huntley	
C P NCo	
Geo Newton	
W J French	
Jas Cunningham & Co
H Elliott	
George Cann 	
John Douglas 	
Douglas & Deighton .
Robert Garner	
Jos M Wise 	
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. ISA.—Neiv Westminster District.— Continued.
Making approaches and clearing Coast Meridian road, per contract	
Labour on Hall's Prairie road, 55 d. @ $2.50
do. do. 28$ „     2.50
do. do. 14* „     2.50
do. do. 27J „      2.50
do. do. 34£ ,,      2.50
do.       Mount. Lehman extension road, (Foreman)     12* ,,     3.50
do. do. do. 5   „     2.50
do. do. do. 11   „     2.50
do.       Pitt Meadows Road, per contract	
do.        Cromarty-Mather's Road, 13      ,,      2.50
do. do. do. 14£    „      2.50
do. do. do. 14£   „     2.50
do.       Morrison Road, 9     „     2
do. do. 8      „      2
do.       Burton's Prairie Road,44 d. @ $3 ; exp. to New West., 810.75
do. do. <*3   d. @ 2
Hauling timber for bridge, grading, etc., Burton's Prairie Road	
Labour on Mission Road, 48| d. @ $2.
Gravelling Serpentine Flats, Semiahmoo Road, per contract	
Corduroying Trunk Road in Langley Municipality	
Horse & buggy hire for Survey.-Gen. & Ross & Howse, insp. Granville R,
Rafting timber from steamer, Cromarty-Mather's Road	
Labour on Hall's Prairie Road, per contract	
do.       Nicomekl Flats, Coast Meridian Road	
do.        Section 1, Trunk Road, 8   d. @ S2.50
do. do. do.     with team, 13     ,,     6
do.       Mission Road, 46     ,,     2
do.       Cromarty-Mather's Road, 16$   „     2.50
do. do. 15J    „      2.50
do.       Trunk Rd. in Langlej Municip'ty, with team, 19$   „     5
do. do. do. 	
do. do. do. 9   d. @ $2
do. do. do. per contract	
do. do. ox team, 2J d. @ §4,   34     ,,     2
1 keg spikes for Hastings Road	
Spikes, rope, etc	
Extension of Kanaka Creek Road	
Labour on Coquitlam-Pittendrigh Road, 18 d. @ 2.50
do. do. do. 26   „     2.50
Making new road, Pitt River Meadows	
Labour on Mount Lehman Road, 10* d. @ S2.50
do. do. 4£ „ 2.50
do. Johnston Settlement Road, 4 ,, 2.25
do.        road back of Warnock Station	
Passages, meals, etc., for Wm. Ross, inspecting roads	
Putting in culverts, etc., New Westm r-Granville Road,       8 d. @ 82.50
Labour on Mount Lehman Road, 8     ,,     2.50
do.       Coquitlam-Pittendrigh Road, 26     ,,     2.50
do. do. 18     „     2.50
Putting in culverts in New Westminster-Granville Road,     8     ,,     2.50
do. do. 	
Labour on Ackerman Settlement Road, 10$ d. @ §2.50
do. do. 20*     „     2.50
do. do. 22*     „     2.50
do. do. (less 62c.)   26£     ,,     2.50
do.     with team on Trunk Road, Langley Municipality, 13§     ,,     5
do. do. do. 15      ,,     5
do. do. do.   Id. @S2, 19J     „     5
do. do. do. 7*.     ,,     5
Corduroying and straightening road,        do. 	
Overseer of work, Langley Municipality,      20} d. @ $3,   8*     ,,     1
Labour on Coquitlam-Pittendrigh Road, 26     ,,     2.50
Bal. in full for grading and brushing Trunk R,, Chilliwhack to Centreville
Making bridges and general repairs on Scott Road, 16 d. @ $2.50
Repairing bridge over slough on road from Riverside	
Labour on Clover Valley Road	
do.       road between Shannon Mountain and Cheam, per contract
do.       bridges on Granville and New Westminster Road, 17 d. @ S3
Freight on 3 packages of tools, Burton's Prairie Road	
do.       tools, Mission Road	
Stage fare, saddle horse, etc., for W. Ross and Bonson, inspecting roads
Spade, nails, etc	
Hauling stone for sundry road repairs, 1£ d. @ $7 00
Repairs to Section 1, Trunk Road, 10|     „     2.50
do. do. 7\    „     2.50
Repairing saddle	
Meal for W. Ross, inspecting Johnson Landing and Mission Road
Passage for W. Ross to Port Moody 	
Carried forward	
6,317 58
18,663 22
100 00
136 87
71 87
36 25
69 37
86 62
'  43 75
12 50
27 50
1
50 00
32 50
36 25
36 25
18 00
16 00
142 75
66 00
55 00
97 50
250 00
100 00
15 00
20 00
200 00
392 50
20 00
78 00
92 00
41 87
38 12
98 75
43 00
18 00
189 00
78 00
6 00
16 65
100 00
45 00
65 00
200 00
26 25
11 25
9 00
9 33
12 00
20 00
20 00
65 00
46 OL
20 00
20 00
26 87
51 25
56 25
65 63
68 75
75 0C
98 25
37 5C
315 90
70 00
65 0C
214 37
40 0C
25 0C
450 0C
100 OC
51 00
1 00
75
9 0C
7 50
10 50
26 25
19 37
50
5C
1 00
6,317 58
24,049 06
43,604 31 49 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
187
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts,
§       CtS.
§   cts.
Wm Ross	
Duncan McKenzie..
George Boothroyd .
Gilbert McKay	
\¥ R Lewis	
Wm Ross	
John Sprott 	
Donald Gillis	
Thos Shannon	
Jos M Wise	
John Johnston....
Wm M Campbell..
Jas MeMullen	
Innes Bros	
Thos Snell	
James Stephens ..
Jos Wise	
Abraham Huck ....
Henry Ross 	
Patrick Collins....
James Deans	
J Miller	
Royal City Planing Mills
C G Major	
"Evening Post'...
W S Gore	
CPNCo	
"Colonist" 	
John Stevens	
Walter Blackie	
J W Pickard 	
Duncan McCowan.
Donald Gillis	
James Stephens...
A S Huck 	
Wm Johnston ....
James Johnston ..
Do.
Robert Dickson...
A Beggam   	
Gilbert McKay ...
James Cunningham & Co
Walter Blackie	
Henry Barker	
John Mussel white	
John E Murchison ....
Hastings Saw Mill Co .
Wm Russell	
"Columbian"	
Taylor & Aitken   .....
James Cromarty	
Samuel Cromarty	
James Cromarty	
Neil Cameron	
W R Austin 	
Jas Cunningham & Co.
Volkart Vedder	
Alexander Gillis	
Donald Gillis	
Neil Craig	
Peter Anderson	
WmCottell	
W P Collins 	
Jas Punch	
Richard Mounce	
Jos Woodcock	
Geo Swan  	
WSGore	
CP NCo	
Donald McLean	
A C Henderson	
Do	
Nicol Cameron  	
Richard Mounce	
Donald McLean	
Lebman Mounce ....
Henry Harris	
Jno Murray	
John Johnston	
Mrs Westkett	
Brought fonoard	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 13U.-—New Westminster District.—Continued.
6,317
Sundry expenses, inspecting roads
Meals, bed and keep of horse for W. Ross, inspecting Hall's Prairie Road
do. do. do. do.     Coast Meridian       do.
do. do. do. do.     Cromarty-Mather's do.
Spikes for use on road	
Tent for Hastings road party	
Sundry road tools,      do	
Removing log from road, North Arm	
do.        trees from Yale Trunk road	
do.       trees from Port Moody road	
Labour saving bridge from forest fire, Port Moody road 	
Exploring and staking new road from Andrews' to Yale Trunk road ...
Labour, Warnock Station road	
Hire of team, 42} d. @ §5 ; self 7} d. @ §3; horse 3} d. @ ifl. 50, Langley
Labour on culverts and clearing "out slides, 6 d. @ $2.50
do.       North Arm road, 9} „     2.50
Connecting Clarke's road with Section 1, Trunk road	
Meals, beds, and keep of horse for W. Ross inspecting roads
Removing fallen trees from North Arm-Granville road,       4 d. @ §2.50
Hauling tools
Boat hire for workmen repairing bridges, Granville and Hastings road
Hire of horse hauling planks for   do. clo. 7 d. @ §3
Lumber for bridges on Cromarty and Brownville roads, etc	
Road tools, for use on sundry roads, §202.40; Hay and grain §94....
Advertising tenders for bridge at False Creek	
Travelling allowance examining site, False Creek Bridge, 4 days @ §4
Passage of Surveyor-General, Victoria to New Westminster and return
Advertising tenders for bridge at False Creek	
Making bridge on North Arm Suburban road	
Shoeing Government horse and rake for Port Moody road
Balance of contract, Clover'Valley road	
Labour on Coquitlam-Pittendrigh road, 17 d. @ §2.50
Corduroying and gravelling 10 chains Granville road
Labour on Camp road, 7 d. @ §2.50
do.       Johnston's Settlement road, 1% ,,       2.25
do. 22f ,,        2.25
do. 4}
with oxen,      do. 10
Coquitlam-Pittendrigh road, 18
Cromarty-Mather's road, 16}
do. 18}
Tape-line and horse blanket	
Sharpening and repairing road tools	
Labour repairing Trunk Road bet. Musselwhite's & York's, 14 d. <a §2.50
Removing fallen timber and filling ruts, 2   ,,     2.50
Corduroying Trunk Road near Langley, per contract	
Lumber for planking on bridges, Granville and Hastings Road
Repairing York bridges	
Advertising tenders for bridge over False Creek	
Construction of False Creek bridge, per contract, $2,197 ; extras, §132.37
Labour on Cromarty-Mather's Road, 13} d. @ §2.50
do. do. do. 15}    ,, '   2.50
do. do. do.     3 davs with oxen ".
do. do. do. 20} d. @ §2.50
Hay and grain for Government horse, and hauling cordwood
Spikes.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
2.25
2.00
2.50
2.50
2.50
Labour clearing drift timber, etc., Vedder Creek bridge	
Labour on Hastings Road repairs, 10   d. @ §2.50
do. do. do. 6}    ,,     2.50
do. do. do. 10"    „     2.50
do. do. do. 10     ,,     2.50
Cutting fallen trees from Trunk Road, Section 2	
Moving tool chest for chain-gang	
Meals, bed & keep of horse for W. Ross, inspecting road at sundry times
Labour on Coquitlam-Pittendrigh Road, 10 d. @ §2.50
do.       Johnston Settlement Road, 7J   ,,     2.25
Balance of contract, Pitt River Meadow Road	
Travelling allowance, inspecting in New West. Dist. 2     ,,     4
Passage and meals for Surveyor-General, Victoria to New West. & return
Labour on Coquitlam-Pittendrigh Road, 10 d. @ §2.50
Balance due on repairs to Trunk Road from Gillanders' to Cheam...
Repairs to do. Cheam to Popcum	
Labour repairing Scott-Coquitlam Road, 4 d. @ .§2.50
Labour on Pittendrigh-Coquitlam Trail, 3   ,,     2.50
do. do. do. 14   „     2.50
do. do. 14   „     2.50
do.       Cromarty-Mather's Road	
Clearing out fallen timber, Yale Road, and rebuilding bridge	
Labour on Johnston Settlement Road,                                16} d. @ §2.25
Meals and bed for W. Ross, marking railway crossing	
Carried forward   .
43,604 31
2 50
2 00
1 50
1 50
3 90
10 00
7 75
3 00
5 00
3 50
20 001
10 00
38 26
240 25
15 00
23 75
28 00
2 50
10 00
2 00
2 50
21 00
212 24
296 40
8 00
16 00
8 00
16 00
15 00
5 75
50 00
42 60
120 00
17 50
17 42
51 15
10 12
20 00
45 00
41 25
45 62
7 00
9 19
35 00
5 00
349 12
185 63
80 00
5 04
2,329 37
33 12
38 75
6 00
51 25
33 81
2 25
32 00
25 00
16 25
25 00
25 00
2 50
1 00
34 25
25 00
17 42
222 50
8 00
9 00
25 00
200 00
50 00
10 00
7 50
35 00
35 00
20 00
50 00
33 89
2 50
6,367 68 29,523 16 188
Public Accounts. 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
8   cts.
$   cts.
Thos Levi	
CPRCo	
DeBeck Bros	
Walter Blackie	
W B Townsend	
Do. 	
C P NCo	
Str Gem  	
J W McCallum	
Wm Ross	
James Punch	
George Black	
J O Halloran 	
CPN Co	
Jno Ferguson	
George McCrae	
W J Graham	
Henry Davis  	
W B Townsend	
VV H Rowlison	
James Miller 	
W R Austin	
W R Lewis	
Wintermute Bros	
John Sprott	
M McMillan 	
Moodyville Saw Mill Co
H Scheffler	
James Drake	
Hastings Saw Mill Co...
C G Major	
Jos Mannion  	
Alexander Johnston ...
"Columbian"	
Malcolm Matheson	
George McCrae	
W J Graham	
J Cunningham & Co ...
Jno E Murchison 	
Jno King	
E A Atkins	
Wm Murray	
McDougall Bros.
Do.
Wm McKee.,...
Geo Rawlison...
WC McDougall.
D McGillivray ..
T Kidd   	
H Dawson	
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. ISA.—New Westminster District.—Concluded.
Meals, hed and canoe for W. Ross, marking railway crossing  	
Passage for do.    from Hammond to Port Moody	
Lumber for sundry road repairs	
Shoeing Government horse, sharpening tools	
Special stage for Survej'or-General inspecting Granville Trunk Road
Keep of Government horse, sundry times	
Passage of W. Ross, Port Hammond to New Westminster and return
do. Warwick and return	
Clearing fallen trees from Yale Road, Surrey	
Paid for meals and canoe, inspecting Cromarty-Mather's Road	
Horse hire for J. Sprott, inspecting roads	
Meals, beds and keep of horse for W. Ross	
Hauling 2 dump carts from wharf	
Freight on       do.        Victoria to New Westminster	
Oats for Government horse	
Repairing Coquitlam, Port Moody and Pitt River Roads, 27J d. @ $2.50
do. do. do. 42£    „     2.50
Laying 800 feet corduroy, under direction of Langley Municipality .
Team for Surveyor-General, inspecting False Creek Bridge	
Labour on road in Langley Municipality, 8 d. @ §2
1 ton hay for Government horse	
Hauling hay and grain, etc., for Government horse	
Stage fares for W. Ross	
Boad roller	
Paid for assistance examining stakes, Nicomekl trail	
Bridge foreman, Cromarty-Mather's Road, 22£ d. @ 83.50
Lumber for repairs to road at Burrard Inlet	
Labour on road do. 17      ,,     2.31
do. do. 16J     „     2.31
Lumber for road repairs	
Sundry tools for road work	
Meals and keep of horse for W. Ross	
do. do. do	
Advertising tenders for road work	
Labour filling in approach to False Creek Bridge, 23 d. @ $2.00
do.     on Edinburgh and Douglas Street connection,        16    ,,     2.50
do. do. do. 18    „     2.50
Wheelbarrow, tape-measure, nails, etc	
Construction of culvert at junction of Yale and McLellan's roads...
Meals, bed, and keep of horse for J. Sprott	
Clearing fallen trees off Pitt River road	
Meals, bed, and keep of horse for Inspector	
Vote No. 135.—Burrard Inlet Trunk Road.
Construction of New Westminster-Granville road, balance of contract
Allowance for extra work owing to change of line	
Vote No. 136.—Municipalities in New Westminster District.
Appropriation in full to the Delta Municipality	
do. Langley        do	
do. Surrey do	
do. Chilliwhack do	
do. Richmond     do.        	
do. Maple Ridge do	
Vote No. 137.—Coioichan Municipality.
II Bell   Construction of Somenos bridge, per contract   .
Do Making new road at Somenos	
G A Lilley     Labour on Chemainus road.
W Chisholm	
Jos Richards	
David Davis	
Henry Marriner....
David Evans	
J Gaskin	
Adam Innes .
A McGillis ...
Jno Boves ...
J W Dudley .
Jas C Davis .
A McKenzie .
Thos Snell...
G W Cann ...
WmCottell..
do. Cowichan road.
Repairing and gravelling road at Maple Bay .
Widening road at French's Hill, per contract
Labour on Quamichan and Maple Bay road...
do.       road, Somenos District	
Vote No. 138.—Trunk Road, New Westminster to Yale.
Labour grading, clearing, etc., between Emory and Hope
Labour on Trunk Road, Section 1, (foreman),
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
30 d.
@ $3.50
24
,  2.5C
20
,  2.5C
29
,  2.5C
29
,  2.5C
29
,  2.5C
15
,  2.5C
27}
,  2.50
11
,  2.60
Carried forward.
6,367 58
20,523 16
43,604 31
6,382 68,        586 25    89,289 25
2 60
75
44 91
10 32
10 00
7 00
1 60
3 00
3 00
1 50
6 00
9 00
1 00
6 00
7 29
68 75
106 25
120 00
7 50
16 00
10 00
8 76
200
7 50
2 12
78 75
76 26
39 23
37 49
15 10
26 00
8 12
10 75
5 98
46 00
40 00
45 00
24 75
20 00
3 50
2 50
5 00
	
30,570 24
7,470 00
644 70
8,114 70
1,000 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
6,000 00
632 00
57 00
112 50
76 00
48 00
60 00
63 00
52 50
	
1,000 00
20 00
105 00
60 00
50 00
72 50
72 60
72 50
37 50
68 75
27 50 49 Vic. Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
189
TO WHOM PAID.
(FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Geo Lennox .
Wm Innes ...
Phoenix Assurance   ..
W D Patterson	
Indian Rabetsquin ...
D G Cummings	
S J Pearse	
J Casey 	
Indian Qualtan	
D Graham	
Do	
Indian Michell	
T McK Lambly	
VV Hines	
B King	
C Morris 	
J Hayes	
J Kelcher	
D McDonald   	
A Germain	
E Thorne  	
J Creighton	
T McK Lambly	
H O'Brien	
Jas Kennedy	
A McLean	
T O'Brien 	
J O'Brien 	
J McLennan	
J Kelly  	
D Flewing	
Indian Louis	
J Kennedy	
Shuswap Mill Co	
Mara & Wilson  	
J Teneese	
W Lindley	
HTodd	
P L Pearce	
H Grunl 	
G Gibbons	
M Staples 	
Sam, Jim & Harry (Ind.)
A E Howse	
J Corbett 	
W Voght 	
B C Express Co	
F C Jones	
Pay List	
J Wardle	
W A Starret	
H B Co	
J Kennedy	
W O'Brien	
S Armour	
A Lamproux	
J Jane 	
A McKinnon 	
J Hutcheson  	
E Cannell 	
J O'Brien	
J Kelly 	
C McMartin 	
T O'Brien 	
A McLean	
Billy and Johnnv (Ind)
Blair & Co  	
J Wilson	
G Fensom	
Do	
J Wilson	
J Clapperton	
T Woodward & Sons .
J Wilson 	
W Voght	
T McK Lambly	
Brought forward	
XII—PUBLIC WORKS— Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 138.—Trunk Road, New Westminster to Yale.—Concluded.
Labour on Trunk Road, section 1,
do. do. do.
6} d. @ §2.60
60      „      6.00
Vote No. 139.—Yale District.
Insurance on Savona Ferry Bridge, §15,000 @ 2} per cent.
Surveying road from Pleasant Valley to Swan Lake, near Okanagan.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
1} d. @ 81.50
19 (
2.50
,',      2
„     2
i       „      1.50
'}      „      2.50
62} per meal
13 d.
24}     ,
28
28 ,
28
28} ,
19
30} ,
12} ,
32
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.60
2.50
2.60
18
d. @ §2.60
2.50
$5
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
§2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
Labour on road
do.
do.
do.
Assisting Surv. Patterson,
Labour,
Meals for party,
Labour on road from
Assisting Surv. Patterson,
Labour on Okanagan & Spallumcheen Waggon Road
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
Commission on disbursements	
Labour on Kamloops-Nicola Road,
do. do. 18      ,
Labourwith team, Kamloops-Savona& South Thompson R., 38 d.
do. do. do. 31    ,
do. do. do. 38   ,
do. do. do. 37} !
do. do. do. 37" ,
Labour on Kamloops-Nicola Road, 35
Taking horse and cart from Edwards' to Kamloops	
Ferrying two men and horse and cart across North Thompson.
Lumber and grain used on sundry roads	
Tools supplied to sundry road parties	
Bringing horse from Summit Hill to Kamloops	
Labour on new road near Charter's Hill, Nicola, 34} d.
do. do. do. 4      j
do. do. do. 36}    ,
do. do. do. 15      ,
do. do. do. 13      j
Sharpening road tools, do. 	
Labourers, do. 86      ,
Tools supplied party on do. 	
Foreman on do. 47}    ,
Labour, do.    horse, 17. d.@ §2, 27}    ,
Express charges on money to pay wages	
Removing dead horse from Okanagan road	
Foreman and Labourers, Hope-Nicola and Similkameen Trail	
Tools for road party,        do. do. 	
Horse hire, do. do. 	
Tools supplied, Savona section    	
Labour on North Thompson Road, 49} d. @ §2.50
do. do. 48}    „      2.50
do. do. with horse, 3 d. @ §2.50,   40}    ,,     2.50
Ferrying party across North Thompson	
Tools supplied Kamloops-Savona section	
Sharpening road tools for      do. and Kamloops-Okanagan	
Bringing in road party from Summit Hill	
Keep of horse 	
Labour on Kamloops-Okanagan road and on Summit Hill, 49 d. @ §3
do. do. do. 49    ,,      2.50
do. do. do. 49   „     2.50
do. do. do. 49   „     2.50
Use of horses on Kamloops-Okanagan R'd and Summit Hill, 28 d. (8 $2
Clearing out road at Nicola	
Tools supplied Nicola-Kamloops Road	
Labour do. 	
Planks for bridge, Nicola-Cook's Ferry Road	
do. do.     ' 	
Labour on Nicola-Kamloops Road, 3 d. @ §2.50
do.       road near Charters' Hill, 17 d. @ §3.00, commission on disbursements §107.50	
Lumber supplied for bridge ,.   .
Labour, Nicola-Kamloops Waggon Road	
do. do. do.     hauling lumber $12,5} d. @ §2.60
Superintending road and bridge work, Osoyoos, 20 d. @ §3
Carried forward	
2.50
Arrears.
§   cts.
5,382 68
45 00
45 00
190 00
77 50
95 00
93 75
55 00
87 50
2 00
1 00
137 44
89 25
10 00
91 25
37 50
32 50
8 25
172 00
13 75
142 50
85 75
5 00
10 87
19 00
3 00
46 38
60 00
22 67
7 60
101 00
60 00
26 50
8,271 29
9   cts.
$ cts.
586 25 89,289 25
16 87
360 00
375 00
120 00
2 25
17 50
2 00
10 00
7 50
16 25
11 12
75
39 00
60 62
70 00
70 00
70 00
71 25
47
76 25
31 25
80 00
121 06
45 00
45 00
190 00
77 50
95 00
93 76
92 60
87 50
2 00
1 00
179 23
32 15
2 00
89 25
10 00
91 25
37 50
32 50
8 25
172 00
13 75
142 50
85 75
6 75
2 00
262 69
10 13
15 00
6 75
123 75
121 25
129 00
75
10 87
19 00
4 50
8 00
147 00
122 50
122 50
122 50
56 00
3 00
48 13
60 00
22 67
19 36
7 50
158 50
16 50
60 00
26 50
60 00
4,697 78
90,252 37 19
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
8,271 29
4,697 78
20 00
120 62
120 62
120 00
105 00
1 00
2 00
85 00
2 50
5 00
10 00
10 00
19 00
90,252 37
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves. —Continued.
Vote No. 139.—Yale Distnct—Continued
Labour on Okanagan-Spallumcheen Road,                          48J d. @ $2.50
do.                             do.                                                    48|    „     2.50
do.       Penticton-Keremeous trail,                                48      „     2.50
do.                             do.                                                   42      „     2.50
G Kroll	
C H Cutler	
Labour on Summit Hill Road,                                                    34 d. @ §2.50
C O'Keefe    	
W J Church	
Freight on lumber and taking pi'isoner to work on N. Thompson Road
Labour on Tranquille Waggon Road,                                       4 d. @ $2.50
do.                         do.                                                           4     „     2.50
do.                           do.                                          -                     4     „     3.00
do.       North Thompson Road,                                          2     „     3.00
John Killy	
fi 00
2 00
92 50
14 50
83 75
38 00
5 00
4,582 48
6 63
90 00
103 12
73 12
72 50
15 00
12 50
10 00
165 00
14 00
230 00
41 50
38 00
11 oo
78 31
3 50
36 00
32 00
34 00
3 00
4 37
26 50
155 00
180 00
2,375 00
1,200 00
60 00
4 50
6 00
100 00
66 25
63 75
48 00
4 50
6 00
10 00
25 50
7 02
7 77
5 95
7 50
8 00
5 00
20 00
29 40
32 54
114 25
150 00
12 00
11 55
106 00
55 00
15 00
10 00
5 00
3 00
2 75
15 00
Walter O'Brien	
Labour on road between Ross' and Pemberton's,                 37     ,,     2.50
Labour repairing road, Copper Creek Trail,                        33£ d. @ $2.50
W J Roper	
W A Starret	
Labour repairing Okanagan-Spallumcheen Road,              4l£ d. @ $2.50
do.                                       do.                                            29J     „     2.50
do.              trail, Okanagan to Penticton and Mission	
Labour repairing trail, Okanagan Mission to Mission Creek, 6d.@ $2.50
do.                                       do.                             do.           5   „     2.50
do.              road from Pleasant Valley to Spallumcheen, 4   ,,     2.50
do.                  do.         Okanagan Lake to          do.        55   ,,     3.00
Meals and lodging for Surveyor Patterson and men surveying road	
Surveying line of road, Belvidere Landing' to 7-mile lake, 23 days @ $10
Labour as chainman with Surveyor Patterson, 20 d. @ $2 ; fish $1.50 ..
Sydney A Roberts	
Str Spallumcheen	
Wm Dodd	
Sundry tools, provisions, and cooking utensils for survey party	
Vegetables for                                                              <•   do.           	
Hire of boat and boai'd for men,                                     do.           	
Labour as axeman,                                                            do.       16 d. @ $2
do.                                                                            do.       17   „      2
C P Ray	
do.       road from Ross' to Pemberton's,                         62 d. @ $2.50
do.       Nicola-Kamloops waggon road, July, Aug., Sept., 1884	
Construction of road from Belvidere Landing to 7-mile lake, per contract
do.           from Pleasant Valley to Swan Lake,          do.
Francis Hassard	
Repairing bridge at Campbell's,                                              2 d. @ $3
Labour on road from Duffy's to Kamloops,                           26i   ,,   2.50
do.                                           do.                                               25§    „    2.50
Labour removing slide from North Thompson Road	
W Paton	
W R McDonald   	
G R Tinker	
R W Asburv	
J K Knouff	
Shuswap Milling Co. ...
Use of tools and team hire during construction of Pleasant Valley Road
Use of team, Spallumcheen Landing-Okanagan Mission Rd.,  75 d. @ $2
do.          on road at Okanagan Mission,                                 2     ,,     6
Fi'ancis Walker	
Francis Walker	
A M Wilson 	
Labour on road at                         do.            27 d. @ $3, and 10 d. @ $2.50
do.                                      do.                                       22    „     2.50
do.           to Salmon River,                                            6     ,,     2.50
do.           bet. Belvidere Landing &Lambly's ranch,   4    ,,     2.50
Labour on Deep Creek Bridge,'                                                2     „     2.50
Horse hire, inspecting Pleasant Valley Road,                           2     ,,     1.50
T D Shorts	
W L Flood	
George Cavanagh	
D McDonald	
Labour on Okanagan Mission Road,                                     26£ d. @ $2.50
66 25
1    8.271 29
1   16,229 24
90,252 37 39
Vic. Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
191
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
9   cts.
§   cts.
Colin Falconer	
"Inland Sentinel''  ..
H F Keefer	
A J Kirkpatrick	
Hudson Bay Co	
F G Vernon 	
A M Wilson	
John McLennan 	
Wesley Smith	
P Duffy	
Edward Trim	
Thos O'Brien	
John Green	
Owen Corngan	
A McLean 	
J & W Hull 	
James Kennedy ....
Thos Roadley	
John Kelly	
Indian Patrick	
L Campbell	
Shuswap Milling Co.
P L Anderson	
Postill Bros	
F G Vernon	
Martin Forstenean ...
Thos D Shirts	
Robert Wood	
A McLean	
Walter O'Brien	
Jas Kennedy	
C J McMartin  	
W J Roper 	
Thos O'Brien	
O Corrigan	
Patrick Duffy 	
Wm Palmer	
M Staples 	
John Corbett	
A E Howse	
George Fensom	
Thomas Matthews ...
George Redford	
John Clapperton..
John Clark	
John Clapperton	
Robert Smith  	
H F Keefer	
Donald Angus   	
Robert Scott 	
P McQuade & Son	
Jas Wardle	
H B Co   	
W A Starret	
Louis Paul 	
Indian Jim	
Do.    Peter	
WL Flood	
W A Starrett	
Douglas & Deighton.
A L Fortune 	
Price Ellison 	
Lambly Bros	
G J Wallace	
C O'Keefe 	
F G Vernon 	
Frank Hassard	
Bennett & Lumby ...
Thos Hayes 	
Wood & Rabbitt	
Alfred Postill	
August Schubert ....
Wm Dodd	
Jos Christian	
Hugh Keefer	
Thos James	
Indian Louis 	
Do.   Jim	
Wm Dodd	
Vincent Duteau	
Brought forward	
jXII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.— Continued.
Vote 139.—Yale District.—Continued.
Labour repairing culverts, Kamloops-Okanagan Road, 2 days @ §2.50,
Advertising for tenders for ferry across Thompson River    ....
Labour on road from Ross' to Pemberton's   	
Repairing culvert, Kamloops-Okanagan Road	
Axe for use on Kamloops-Savona Road	
Mattocks, shovels, and nails	
Labour on Okanagan Mission Road	
do.       South Thompson Road, 8 d. @ §2.50
Tent, Kamloops-Savona Road 	
Hay and grain,       do. 	
Labour on South Thompson & Kamloops-Okanagan Roads, 22 d. @ §2.50
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
hay
22
22
22
i grain §11, 22
22
22
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Hay and grain and hame straps,        do. 	
Labour on Kamloops-Savona Road and Kamloops-Nicola, 21     ,,
Services of self and team taking road party to North Thompson .
Hauling lumber for bridge, Kamloops-Okanagan Road	
Planks, hay and grain, etc., do. 	
Meals, bed and keep of horse for W. Dewdney inspecting roads..
do. do. do. do.
do. do. do. do.
Horse for use on road work	
Repairing road and putting in culvert	
Shovel.
2.50
2.50
2.50
3.00
2.00
2.50
2.50
Use of horse, Kamloops-Savona &■ Kamloops-Nicola, roads, 38
Foreman, do. do. 36
Labour on Nicola Road, 13
do. do.        and Kamloops Savona, 38
Use of dump-cart, do. 36
Labour on North Thompson Road, 16
do. do. paid Indian for ferriage, §1.25, 16
Taking dump-cart to Cherry Creek, Kamloops-Nicola Road..
Repairing two culverts, do.
Sharpening and repairing road tools..
d. &$1
„ 2.75
,, 2.50
„ 2.50
„ .50
„ 2.50
„ 2.50
Hauling logs with team, do.
Shovel, pick and handles, do.
Lumber for bridge work, do.
Wheelbarrow, do.
Labour, do.
Labour with team for repairs, do.
Labour, do.
Travelling expenses,
Labour on Nicola-Kamloops Road,
do.       road from Ross' to Pemberton's, supt., §1,
do.       Kamloops-Okanagan Road,
120 pounds oats, Kamloops-Nicola Road	
Asphaltum, tar brush and cartage, Savona Ferry Bridge.
Axes, shovels, etc., Hope Trails	
Road tools, do	
Pack horse for use on roads,
Labour on Hope-Popcum Road,
9d. @,
15 d.
8} ,
10   ,.
5 ,',
22    „
3 ,,
29} ,.
§2.50
3
2.50
3
2.50
2.50
2.50
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
horse, SI,
8d.
2 ,
2 ,
5 ,
5 ,
5    ,
tt .50
2.25
2.25
2.26
2.70
3.85
Saddle, bridle, halter, etc
Team and horse hire moving camp	
Repairing bridge and approaches, Priest's Valley	
Keep of Government horse	
Shoeing Government horse and sharpening road tools
Board & keep of horse for W. Dewdney & F. Walker, re Coldstream road
do. do. do.
Hauling gravel with team, 12} d. @ §5
do. do. 13}   „     5
do. do. 10}   ,,     5
Axes and handles	
Supplying 864 feet of lumber for repairs to bridge at Spaiiumclieen ...
Hauling do. do. do.
Road tools supplied	
Saddle blanket and horse brush	
Scraper for use on roads '....'.
Servicesas chainman, survey of Deep Creek road, horse §2 ; 10 d. @ §3
do.      packer, do. 9   ,,     2.50
do. do. do. 9   „     2.50
Sundry provisons, etc., do. 	
Building new bridge and grading approaches, Cherry Creek
Carried forward.
8,371 29    16,229 34    90,252 37
5 00
7 20
14 37
7 50
3 00
18 25
2 50
20 00
12 00
3 00
55 00
55 00
55 00
65 00
77 00
44 00
55 00
9 02
52 50
5 00
4 00
72 06
2 00
2 00
2 00
100 00
20 00
2 25
38 00
99 00
32 50
95 00
18 00
40 00
41 25
2 00
8 00
5 25
45 00
13 50
41 65
7 00
37 50
25 50
25 00
15 00
55 00
8 50
73 75
3 60
11 55
13 25
3 75
4 00
4 50
4 50
11 25
14 50
19 25
58 00
7 00
30 00
45 00
18 50
3 00
5 00
62 50
67 50
52 50
18 75
13 75
8 00
45 23
9 00
15 00
32 00
22 50
22 60
31 73
100 00
274 29 18,476 44 192
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
John Merriott	
Thos Lemieux	
Shuswap Milling Co..
Robert Smith   	
George Bedford	
John Clark	
John Wilson  	
John Clapperton 	
Do.
A McKinnon   	
John Corbett	
A McConnell	
Wm Palmer	
E M Adams	
Walter O'Brien	
J H Willis	
Thos O'Brien	
George Cavanagh  ..,
Robert Smith   	
John Watlin	
Richard O'Rourke ..,
A E Howse	
Robert Charters	
Blair & Co	
John Clapperton	
Wm Manning	
Thos Hall 	
John Clark	
George Bedford ......
Donald Angus	
Owen Corrigan	
J A Mara	
"Inland Sentinel"  ...
Indian Andrew	
Do.   Johnny 	
Do.   Boston	
Robert Smith	
Francis Hassard	
G J Wallace	
W Dodd	
Pay List	
Do	
Do.    	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
W Riley	
Thos Hoey	
R Carson	
G R Tinker	
W F Allen  	
W L Meason   	
Gaspard Isidore	
N Gustafsen	
J Haller	
U Nelson	
F W Foster	
Indian Bull	
"Colonist'	
"Columbian"	
P Garigan	
A W Smith	
Robert Carson	
H O Bowe	
B C Express Co	
McLellan & Co	
M Gillon	
Indian Joe	
B C Express Co	
P Grinder	
Joseph Gott	
Robert Carson	
Henry Higginbottom
Wm Keithley	
Lorenzo Lortaro	
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote 139.—Yale District.—Concluded.
Cutting logs from Cherry Creek trail and clearing trail to mines ...
Making road to connect with Okanagan main road	
Lumber supplied for use on Kamloops-Nicola road	
Labour on Kamloops-Nicola road, 24 d. @ $2.50
do. do. 23   „     2.50
do. do. 23   „     2.50
do. do. from 27th April to 27th June, 1885.
Team hire hauling logs & lumber for Nicola-Kamloops road, 20\ d. @ $3
Superintending constructing of new bridge, 8     ,,     3
Sharpening and repairing road tools	
Use of team and two men	
Labour on Nicola-Kamloops road, use of team $2.50; 6\ d. @ S2.50
do. do. 6 „ 2.50
do. North Thompson West road, 34£ ,, 2.50
do. do. 35} „ 2.50
do. do. team, etc., §68.50; %2\ „ 2.50
do. do. 35J „ 2.50
do.       bridge across Upper Nicola   	
Labour on Nicola-Kamloops road, 26 d. @ ©2.50
do.       new bridge across Upper Nicola, 1\ „     2.50
Sharpening and repairing road tools	
Tools, powder, spikes, etc., Nicola-Cook's Ferry road	
Axe, file, etc	
Sundry road tools	
Labour on new bridge across Upper Nicola, with team	
Lumber for do. do	
Labour on Nicola-Kamloops road, 18 d, @ $2.
do. do. 26    „      2.50
do.      _ do. 26    „      2.50
do.       Kamloops-Okanagan road, 4   ,,     2.
do.       Kamloops-Nicola road, 6   ,,     2.50
Sundry tools, powder, etc., Kamloops-Savona road	
Advertising tenders, Spallumcheen road	
Horse hire for A. Stevenson, Foster's Bar to Lytton	
do. do. and packing on Lillooet trail	
Labour on Lillooet trail, 10 d. @ §1.75
Hauling gravel with team, 8   ,,     3.00
Construction of 2nd Section road, Pleasant Valley to Swan Lake ...
Sharpening tools	
Tools for road repairs   	
Vote No. 1A0.—Lillooet District
Labourers on Bridge River Trail	
do. road at Kelly's Lake and Pavilion Mountain	
do. Big Bar Road	
do. Chadwick Road	
do. Alkali Lake Road	
do. Lytton Trail	
do. District Roads	
Hire of pack mules for party on Bridge River Trail, 32 days @ $1.50.
Hire of horse and keep for road party	
Hay and grain do. 	
Repairing trail	
Horse hire, 5 months @ $10 $ month	
Horse feed	
Sharpening tools, shoeing horses, grain, etc	
Packing tools, grain, etc	
Sharpening tools, lumber supplied, etc	
Grain, axes, kettles, etc	
Horse collar, bell, strap, road tools, cooking utensils, etc	
Hire of canoe and horse	
Advertising notice to road contractors	
do. do. 	
Sharpening tools	
Sundry cooking utensils	
Hay and grain    	
Hay 	
Freight on harness, Yale to Clinton	
Sharpening and repairing road tools, cooking utensils, etc	
Hay	
Oats	
Buggy hire for Government Agent Soues inspecting	
Hay and grain	
Hire of two horses moving camp on River trail, 5 days @ $2	
Hire of team and plough, Pavilion Mountain Road	
Labour on district roads, 27 days @ $3.00 	
Hay and grain	
do	
Carried forward	
8,271 29
18,476 44
60 00
100 00
19 20
60 00
57 50
57 50
120 00
61 50
24 00
24 00
7 50
18 75
15 00
86 25
88 75
149 75
88 75
66 00
65 00
3 75
24 50
12 25
3 25
8 13
60 00
45 00
45 00
65 00
65 00
10 00
15 00
58 61
3 00
2 00
30 00
17 50
24 00
500 00
14 25
63 39
1,495 50
159 00
669 90
402 00
2,019 10
174 00
4,003 00
48 00
10 50
54 02
7 00
50 00
45 20
49 96
9 50
115 44
135 79
186 53
6 00
13 20
3 72
10 75
4 75
3 0C
3 0C
2 80
166 25
3 55
1 00
10 OC
28 32
10 OC
6 0C
81 00
6 22
7 86
8,271 29    10,001 85 110,953
90,252 37
20,701 02 39 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
193
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 1A0.— Lillooet District—Concluded.
R Carson   Labour on road, north side Pavilion, 2d. (c
W Allan, C E Surveying Marble Canyon Waggon Road, 5    ,,
Wm Smith (Assisting to survey Marble Canyon Waggon Road, 1£   ,,
John G Collin  ; do. do. l|   „
Louis Mouralot  Labour on Chadwiek Road, 13      ,,
Wm Lee  Horse feed	
W F Allen  Wintering Government horses, $71.66; making 4 tents $20	
Indian Charley  Bringing Government horses from winter quarters	
Louis Ehalt  Hire of sleigh for hauling topis for construction of Bridge River Bridge
Thos Croyle  Surcingles, etc	
Nelson Gustafsen  Labour on Dog Creek Hill, 3j d. @ $3
H McGregor  do.       road near Lillooet, 2     ,,     3
M Gillen  do.       Pavilion Mountain, 12     „     3
Thos Cole   Labour at 16-Mile House	
Wm Lee  Labour on west side of Pavilion Mountain, 6£   ,,     3
Joseph Copeland   do.       road near Lillooet	
Louis Mouralot   do. do. do. 2     ,,     3
B Got  do. do. do. 2     „     3
Thos Harris  do.        do. do. 2     ,,     3
"Evening Post"  Advertising tenders Marble Canyon Road	
John Chenhall  Horse hire	
H 0 Bowe  Hay	
Gaspard Isidore  Hay, grain, etc	
Frank Chiaro  Grain	
Frank Hutton   Two augers	
Chas Rountree  Horse hire for C. Phair inspecting Bridge River Bridge	
Indian Jack   ... Conveying message to Gov't Agent do. 	
A W Smith  Rope and cooking utensils	
Jos Oreline  Axes, shovels, etc i	
Indian Anneas  Carrying message to foreman of Bridge River Bridge	
Robert Carson  Hay and grain	
P H Ward  Horse hire for Road Superintendent	
H McGregor  Labour repairing Bridge River Bridge, hire of team, etc	
John Marshall  Crowbar	
Thos Harris     Labour on Ferry Hill	
Joseph Ordine  Shovels and axe	
Philip Garigan  Sharpening and repairing road tools	
Thos Hoey  Hay and grain for horse	
Indian Jim  Packing camp, etc., from Lillooet to Big Slide	
Do.   Tom   Services of self and horse packing blankets, etc., re Bridge River Trail
"Inland Sentinel"  Advertising notices Marble Canyon and Priest's Valley Roads	
Jas McKinlay  Supervising and marking out line of trail	
FGuy  	
Vieth, Borland & Co ...
Mason & Daly	
S Archer	
Hudson Bay Co	
E Ogden	
J Houser	
Fletcher & McNaughton
W W Dodd	
J Peebles 	
W Polleys	
W Williamson	
P C Dunlevy	
T Marshall	
R McLeese 	
E Deslorier.-	
Edward Perkins	
Fletcher & McNaughton
Indian Charley	
Geo Conklin	
John Salmon	
B C Express Co	
Indian William	
R McLeese	
C B Eagle	
C Stomnaine	
C P O'Neil	
H McDermot	
W C Price	
0 D'Orpentigny	
John Munroe	
L Morgan 	
Wm Adams 	
A Swan 	
Vote No. 1A1-—Cariboo J)istrict
Meals, bed and keep of horse for Supt. Stephenson	
Road tools, hay and grain	
do.        and powder	
Labour clearing trail between Grouse and Stevens Creeks, 6£ d. @ $3.50
Axes and shovels	
Hire of horse, moving camp	
Labour on road, Barkerville	
Hire of horse, meals and bed for J. Bowron inspecting roads	
Road tools, powder, horse hire, etc	
Sharpening road tools	
Labour on Keithley Creek Bridge, per contract	
do.       trail from Quesnelle to Omineca, per contract	
Road tools	
Moving camp and horse hire, Soda Creek Trail	
Tools, etc., do. 	
Timber for bridge repairs at Grouse Creek and Barkerville	
Removing fallen timber on Burn's Mountain Trail	
Use of horse on trails, Antler, Cunningham and Harvey Creeks ....
Hire of horse, 2 d. @ $2	
Charcoal for blacksmith's use	
Moving camp from Chilcotin to Soda Creek	
Express charges on money from Government Agent to Road Supt..
Moving camp to Chimney Creek Road	
Road tools, horse hire, etc., Williams Lake Road	
Road tools and sharpening picks	
Moving camp from Soda Creek to Williams Lake	
Sharpening road tools	
Timber for bridge across Williams Lake	
Labour repairing trail at Grouse Creek, 2d. @ $4
Labour on Williams Creek Road and furnishing timber for bulkhead
Labour turning water from Williams Creek to bulkhead,       2\ d. @ 84
do. do. do. 	
Labour opening trail from Quesnelle to Alexandria	
Removing fallen timber on trail between Antler and Snow-shoe Creeks
Carried forward.
8,271 29    10,001 85  110,953
6 00
45 00
4 50
4 50
39 00
5 25
91 66
1 50
9 00
8 00
10 50
6 00
36 00
5 00
19 50
3 00
6 00
6 00
6 00
6 00
30 00
1 25
13 29
6 00
4 00
1 00
5 00
20 50
9 12
5 00
2 50
13 00
21 00
5 00
6 00
9 75
12 00
40 00
18 00
15 00
4 20
50 00
14 50
58 90
54 00
22 75
10 00
5 50
3 50
15 25
109 25
12 00
290 50
200 00
6 60
26 00
22 50
137 50
2 00
24 00
4 00
7 00
5 00
10 00
7 00
13 50
20 05
16 00
16 75
7 00
8 00
13 60
10 00
28 00
100 00
32 00
10,611 87
271 29     1,312 55  121,565 26 194
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
Brought forward 	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets. Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote 1A1.—Cariboo District.—Concluded.
Pay List  Labourers on trail from 150-Mile House to Keithley.
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
McLeod & Wilson ..
A Porter	
J Ross	
S Walker	
Indian Swapchin .
O D'Orpentigny	
do. Antler Creek to Snow-shoe Creek	
do. Lowhee and Grouse Creeks to Barkerville.
do. Barkerville to Harvey Creek	
Foreman and labourers on Stan ley-Barkerville new road	
Labourers on Hardscrabble and Sugar Creek trail ,
trail from 150-mile House to Snow Shoe Creek ...'	
Chilcotin waggon road	
Grouse and Antler Creek trails	
Williams Lake road	
trail from Stanley to Slough Creek	
Keithley Creek trail	
Chimney Creek trail	
sundry trail repairs ...   	
Removing fallen trees from trail* Barkerville to Bear Lake	
Labour on Snow Shoe Creek trail	
do.       Lower Antler Creek 10 d. @ $3.50
do.       from Barkerville to Sugar Creek, 3    ,,     3.50
Carrying tools	
Cutting out trail from Snow Shoe Creek to Porter's Creek	
Pay Lists	
C L Lewis	
JSBingley	
Thos Kelly	
R D Mathers	
John T Galbraith .
M Phillips	
David Griffith	
J W Ridgway	
Indian Joe	
A S Farwell	
James Boyle	
Geo Munro	
Geo Geary	
Peter Leonard
F W Aylmer  	
Michael Phillips...
A P Cummins
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
4 d. @ $3.50
J Heecheck   ..
J Moffatt	
M Larkins ....
"W McPherson
J Finlayson ..
J Cranston ...
A Cameron ...
Indian Billy	
Callbraith, Grant & Cook
T Harvey 	
Humphrey & Taylor ._...
J King	
Ogden Wilson	
Indian Charley	
John Beardsill	
E Mills	
S Smith	
Vote No. IIS.—Kootenay District.
Labourers repairing sundry trails	
Repairing trail at Wild Horse Creek,
Sundry road tools	
Making camp, etc., & cutting timber from trail Wild Horse Ck. to mines
Provisions supplied to Govt. Agent and Assistant Inspector of roads
Road tools $29.50; horse hire for   do. do. $33
Labour on trail from Wild Horse Creek to Boundary Line, 7 d. @ $3.50
Road tools and repairing	
Labour cutting out fallen timber & grading, Moyea trail, 36 d. @ $3.50
Searching for horse	
Surveyor's chain	
Labour repairing bridges, etc., at Wild Horse Creek, 7 d. @ $3.50
do.   on Moyea trail	
do.    on Bull River trail, 14   ,,     3.50
do.    on trail at Weaver Creek, 8   ,,     3.50
Services defining limits of Kootenay River Ferry	
Chopping timber, etc., Elk River trail, per agreement	
Measuring Kootenay trail from Kicking Horse Ck. to Johnson's Landing
Vote No. 1A3.—Cassiar District
Labour cutting timber, etc., between Glenora and Telegraph Creek .
Clearing trail and covering bridge, McDame Creek	
Labour on trail from Dease Lake to Tal-tan, 26 days @
do. between town and landing	
Cutting timber from trail from Dease Creek to Thibert Ck.,   4 d. @
do. do.       Sylvester's Landing, 4     ,,     5
Labour and superintending trail work 1st July to 23rd October, 1884,
and 23rd March to 30th June, 1885, @ S130 per month	
Labour assisting A. Cameron on Tooyea Bridge	
Freight, etc., on material for do.       Wrangle to Telegraph Ck,
Cutting timber on Thibert Creek trail	
Freight and wharfage on iron for bridge	
Labour assisting at Tooyea Bridge	
do. do. 	
Labour clearing McDame Creek trail, 5 days @ $3	
Clearing snow from bridges across McDame Creek	
Cutting & clearing timber from trail, Sylvester's Landing to Quartz Ck
Making bridge across Thibert Creek, per agreement	
Pay Lists 	
B C Express Co ..
J Lehman	
T R Pearson & Co
HBCo   	
Indian Charley ..
Powers Bros	
H B Dart  	
John Copland....
Jas Summer	
John McKay 	
E Derdinger	
John Mclntyre...
Vote No. 1AA.—Main Trunk Road.
Section 1.
Superintendent Black, 12 months @ $150=$1,800;   labourers $4,410
Grain, hay, and keep of horse	
Tools  	
Carpenter's rule	
Nails, paint brush, etc	
Packing paint and oil from Yale to Alexandra Bridge	
Grain, nails, etc	
Keep of horse, pasturing, hay, etc	
do. 	
Hay	
Keep of horse	
Shoeing horses, etc	
Shovel	
Carried forward.	
8,271 29
1,312 55
430 00
140 00
70 00
204 75
2,490 75
286 00
464 00
1,232 12
184 00
704 62
326 00
372 00
153 12
1,504 00
40 00
3 50
35 00
10 50
11 60
60 00
121,565 26
2,645 57
14 00
29 05
25 50
29 20
62 50
24 50
16 00
126 00
1 00
7 00
24 50
70 00
49 00
28 00
25 00
150 00
35 00
3,361 82
12 00
18 00
130 00
12 00
20 00
20 00
966 50
1 00
74 13
5 00
12 10
6 00
5 00
15 0C
10 OC
69 0C
20 00
1,394 73
6,210 08
60 42
17 75
1 15
10 85
2 0(
62 5!
104 24
3 0(
75
2 01
29 5<
1 50
8,271 28
6,495 83
136,336 22 49  Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885,
195
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
J S Maciel	
A Onderdonk	
Alexander Gordon ..
Indian Dick	
J S Maciel	
Indian Whiska	
John Mclntyre 	
Peter Billadoux  	
Indian Pollean   	
Douglas & Deighton
U Nelson	
W B Gladwin	
Chas Riley	
Calliou	
Pay Lists	
Jas Campbell	
Cornwall Bros	
Henry Blackford....
H F Keefer	
CPRCo '
A Stevenson 	
Jas Campbell	
A B Ferguson	
S M Nelson	
John Murray	
Aaron Johnston 	
P Morans  	
Bligh & Clemis	
J WBurr	
J Mclntyre	
Jas Campbell	
Dom Gov't Telegraph
Indian Blackhawk ...
John McKay	
John Craig	
Jas Phair 	
Jas Vair	
Marvin & Tilton	
T Harper	
H F Keefer	
Bligh & Clemis	
Peter Audap	
Indian Shakey	
John McKay   	
L Hautier	
Albion Iron Works  .
A Onderdonk	
L Cavreau 	
Indian Blackhawk ..
George McComb	
J S Place 	
Hantz & Pocock	
J W Burr	
Indian Frank	
James Campbell	
T N Hibben & Co ...
Indian Barney	
C P Railway	
Walter Langley	
J Lehman	
John Craig	
Robert Jameson	
J B Leighton	
Pay Lists	
R McLeese	
Vieth, Borland & Co
G Johnston	
J Robertson	
P Gingles  	
J Mundorf 	
Brought fonoard	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 1AA—Main Trunk Road.—Continued.
Section 1.—Concluded.
4 tons of hay @ $23 per ton	
Grain $116.88 ; coal $5	
Hauling plank from Yale to 6-mile post	
Labour, 1 day	
Horse feed	
200 lbs. of carrots	
1 padlock and rope	
Repairing bridge between Emory and Texas	
Packing powder	
Horse collar, halter, etc	
Grain	
Purchase of horse	
Hay	
Removing trees from road	
Section 2.
Superintendent Stevenson, 11 m. @ $150=$1,650; labourers $4,489.81
Repairing road near Cache Creek	
Horse keep for Supt. Stevenson	
Shoeing horses	
Barley, etc    	
Passage of Supt. Stevenson, Lytton to Victoria and return	
Horse hire, 6 months @ $10	
Keep of horse, hay, etc	
do. do	
do. do	
Hay, grain, spikes, etc ,	
Sundry smith work	
Hay
Grain	
Horse blankets, repairing blankets, etc.
Road tools, hay, stationery, etc	
Keep of horse	
Sundry messages	
Recovering iron belonging to bridge  ...
Ferrying and assisting at bridge survey.
Keep of horse	
Keep of horse, hay, and grain	
Bucket	
Spikes, nails, etc	
Bran .
Grain, padlock, etc	
Keep of horse	
Hauling lumber for culvert	
Taking horse from Lytton to Nicola	
Keep of horses	
Freight on pile hammer, Savona to Spence's Bridge .
Bolts and wTashers, Spence's Bridge	
Lumber, spikes, etc., for repairs to Spence's Bridge..
Cross-cut saw, etc	
Unloading two cars of lumber at Spence's Bridge	
1 timber hook	
Keep of horse	
Lumber	
Reins and whip	
Wintering horse	
Keep of horse	
Tape-line	
Taking horse from Spence's Bridge to Barnes'	
Passages of Supt. Stevenson	
Grain 	
Smith work	
Coal and keep of horse	
Grain 	
Freight on 1 barrel asphalt from Hammond	
Sections 3 and 4.
Supt. Robertson, 8 mos. @ $130=$1,040 ; and labourers $4,894.20 .
Hay and grain	
do. and keep of horse, etc	
Shoeing horses, repairing tools, etc	
Horse hire, 8 mos. @ $10	
Labour repairing bridge over 51-Mile Creek	
Labour on Maiden and Cache Creek Bridges, etc	
Carried forward.
8,271 29
8.271 29
6,495 83 136,336 22
92 00
121 88
7 00
1 00
4 86
3 50
1 25
6 25
1 00
11 25
42 92
325 00
2 00
1 75
6,139 81
10 00
11 OC
18 00
11 66
27 50
60 OC
73 97
6 50
95 24
84 12
157 36
6 34
4 4C
19 37
104 24
1 5C
8 96
5 00
12 0C
3 00
79 92
1 6C
33 87
12 50
65 68
3 0C
2 00
2 00
250 00
27 00
25 76
1,058 37
9 00
5 76
2 00
6 00
18 00
7 60
6 00
3 00
6 25
2 50
12 25
22 50
11 50
8 OO
43 32
8 50
5,934 20
5 Ofl
266 65
65 5C
80 0C
3 OO
43 00
22,096 36
136,336 22 196
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
8   cts.
cts.
$   cts.
8,271 29
22,096 36
4 00
4 00
41 67
7 00
17 00
2 50
56 56
31 66
2 50
5 00
4 25
4 50
37 25
120 75
1 00
2 00
1 00
25 50
15 00
15 00
35 00
202 25
12 50
53 25
7 50
8 76
4 60
132 60
39 00
31 52
1,800 00
308 25
249 00
253 50
333 00
148 50
276 00
279 75
240 00
417 60
396 00
300 00
351 75
359 25
152 25
85 50
231 00
122 25
132 00
375 00
540 00
654 00
739 80
2,914 05
2,457 41
3 00
3 00
2 50
8 00
7 91
8 00
26 25
23 16
6 18
6 00
16 00
13 00
17 50
15 87
3 50
SII.-tPUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. IhA.—Main Trunk Road.—Continued.
Sections 3 and 4.   Concluded.
Hay	
M McCarthy	
Hay             	
"Evening Post"  	
Hay	
Thos McDougall	
do	
Hay             	
G H Mitchell	
do.          	
L P Koster	
Hay	
Wm J Saul	
Wm Puckett	
Hay	
Labour diverting water courses,                                               5 d. @ $3
do.                       do.            at Clinton Hill,                            5     ,,      3
F W Foster	
Thos Croyle	
Foreman on road,' 39dayS@ 83.40
Sections 5 and 6.
Salary as supt., 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 18«5, @ §150 per month
Section 5, on account of Contract No. 32, Certificate, 28, $411, @ 75 %
do.                                      do.                         do.         29,   332,    do.
do.                                      do.                         do.         30,   338,    do.
do.                                         do.                           do.          31,   444,    do.
do.                                      do.                         do.         32,   198,    do.
do.                                         do.                           do.          33,   368,    do.
do.                                   do.                       do.        34,   373,    do.
do.                                         do.                           do.          35,   320,    do.
Section 5,payments on Certificates (28 to 35) amounting to 82,784, @16 %
Section 6, on account of Contract No. 33, Certificate 36, 8528, @ 75 %
do.                                      do.                         do.         36,   400,    do.
do.                                      do.                         do.         37,   469,    do.
do.                                      do.                         do.         38,   479,    do.
do.                                      do.                         do.         39,   203,    do.
do.                                      do.                         do.         39a, 114.    do.
do-                                      do.                         do.         40,   308,'    do.
do.                                      do.                         do.         41,   163,    do.
do.                                      do.                         do.         42,   176,    do.
do.                                   do.                       do.        43,   500,    do.
do.                                         do.                           do.          44,   720,     do.
do.                                      do.                         do.         45,   872,    do.
do.   Pay.on Certificates (35 to 45) inclusive amount, to $4,932® 15%
Balance on Sections 5 and 6, Contracts 32 and 33, to end of third year,
viz.;—30th September, 1884, less ten percent, retained
Do.           	
Do.           	
Do.           	
Do.            	
Do.            	
Do.           	
Do.           	
Do.           	
Do.           	
Do.           	
Do.           	
Do.
Do.            	
Do.            	
Do.           	
Do.             	
Do.           	
Do.           	
Do.           	
Do.           	
Do	
Savona-Nicola Section.
JMcMullen 	
Dom Gov't Telegraphs ..
Sundry telegrams to and from road superintendent	
Hay	
Hay	
S M Nelson	
Hay	
M Staples 	
i
8,271 29
37,308 60
136,336 22 49 Vic. Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
197
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   ets.
$   cts
Jas Phair  	
A Mondot	
John Dundas..
Indian Dick ...
C P N Co	
C P Railway ...
WSGore	
"Columbian" ..
"Evening Post"
"Colonist" ....
A Tupage
Brouqht forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and W»arves.—Concluded.
Vote No. 1AA.—Main Trunk Road.—Concluded.
Savona-Nicola Section.—Concluded.
Grain and horse keep	
Labour, 18 days at $70 per month.
Labour....   	
Moving camp	
Passage & meals of Surveyor-General, survey of Thompson River Bridge
Passage of Surveyor-General, Lytton to Port Hammond and return,
Locating site for Thompson River Bridge, 9 d. @ $5, and 4 d. <§ *'
Advertising tenders, South Thompson Ferry	
do. do. 	
do. do. 	
Vote No. 1A6—Lillooet Ferry.
Maintenance of ferry for year ending 31st May, 1885	
Vote No. lA6a—Ferry on Fraser River nedr Soda Creek.
Maintenance of ferry 11 months, to 31st May, 1885	
No Vote—Lome Creek Trail, Skeena.
Trail Committee  Aid for completion of trail 2£ miles .
H McDame  Repairs to trail .
J A Fraser  Paid labourers on trail
Warren & Saunders	
Indians Bob and John ..
Hirst Bros	
E G Prior 	
Pay List  	
David Evans	
Robert Grant   	
Wm L LeBallister	
Geo Norris 	
Wm Kirkwood 	
Thos Earle	
Peter Merrifleld  	
Pay List 	
Jas Lawson	
C PNCo	
Wm Forrest	
J Richards 	
J Harvey  	
M W Waitt & Co   	
Geo Morison	
E Quennell	
Indians Lewis & Quaksi.
Jos Rodello	
Indian Jack 	
Do.    Thomas &; Frank
S J Cliffe	
Str R Dunsmuir	
G O Lock 	
Thos Bertram	
H E Sturt	
J C Stevens	
J E Jenkins	
C PNCo.	
AS Farwell, CE	
Do. 	
Walter Wilson	
S P Tuck, C E	
J D Warren & Co	
M Oppenheimer	
Austin Ward	
Geo Kenney	
L J Lewis	
each 6 d.
s-.I
No Vote—Colonization Roads on Vancouver Island.
Passages of men and freight on supplies to Alberni
Services as packers on Alberni trail,
Sundry provisions for Alberni Trail party	
Road tools for road party, Currie's to Saatlam, Cowichan River..
Foreman and labourers on road,       do. do.
Labour with team, do. do.       1£ d,
Cutting trail from Harewood to Nanaimo Lake, per contract	
Horse hire for Government Agent inspecting 3d. @ $2.50
Advertising tenders for cutting trail	
Labour on Alberni trail 13 d. @$2
Provisions for road party, Alberni   	
Use of oxen two days do	
Labourers, do	
Paid Indians for use of canoe, &c	
Passages & meals for 5 men from Quatlicum to Victoria, Alberni trail
Services exploring route towards Cowichan Lake	
Note.—Add amount omitted in total carried forward on page
184 (Comox District)	
Surveys.
Vote No. 1A7.—Surveys throughout the Province.
Services as chainman, re survey of Campbell River and Menzie's Bay.
Provisions supplied A. S. Farwell and party,   do. do.
Steal chain, rod, and arrows, do. do.
1 lb. of quicksilver, do. do.
Mutton, do. do.
Venison and fish, and hire of canoe, do. do.
Provisions at Comox, do. do.
Services as packer, 20 days @ $2, do. do.
do.     each 56 ,,        2, do. do.
Meals and beds for A. S. Farwell and party,   do. do.
Passages and meals, do. do, do.
Cook, from 18th June to 14th Aug., @ $50,    do. do.
Axeman, do. do. 60,    do. do.
Guide and chainman, do. 75,    do. do.
Axeman, 16th June to do. 60,    do. do.
Meals and beds at Nanaimo, Farwell & party, do. do.
Passages and meals for do. do. do.
Salary as Surveyor, 14 June to 21 Aug.,@ $150, do. do.
Paid for sundry incidentals, do. do.
Provisions for A. S. Farwell and party, do. do.
Services surveying Mission Point, Metlakatlah, 16 d. @ $7; expenses $1.25
Passages of Surveyor Tuck, Supt. Roycraft, & Con. Lewis, @ $40 each
Meals $5, and paid cash to Indian on account of G. M. Sproat	
Services with Surveyor Tuck at Metlakatlah	
do. do. do	
do. as Constable, do.  13 days @ $3	
Carried forward.
8,271 29 37,308 60 136,336 22
35 60
46 67
111 26
7 50
10 50
21 50
61 00
17 24
10 00
25
135 50
87 00
25 00
70 00
24 00
65 68
36 65
359 75
7 50
384 00
7 50
2 50
26 00
214 86
6 00
365 40
14 50
22 50
50 00
37,655 47
750 00
120 96
158 85
20 75
1 00
9 00
5 50
56 74
40 00
224 00
14 25
48 00
94 21
113 10
141 37
120 96
16 50
19 00
336 61
5 65
25 75
113 25
120 00
15 00
3 00
3 00
39 00
8,286 29  1,865 45
1,656 84
176,829 36
3,549 65
180,379 04 198
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
§   cts.
8,286 29
1,865 45
10 00
20 00
7 00
100 25
60 00
12 00
12 00
12 00
12 00
10 00
12 50
139 10
49 25
16 75
278 63
75 48
75 48
75 48
75 48
75 48
124 50
11 00
7 00
14 00
75 00
10 00
82 00
PUBLIC WORKS.—Concluded.
Surveys.—Concluded.
Vote No. 1A7.—Surveys throughout the Province.— Concluded.
Horse & buggy for Surveyor Tuck, re survey of road near Gordon Head
S P Tuck	
C P N Co	
Passage & meals for Surveyor Tuck, Victoria to Plumper Pass & return
Making surveys on Galiano Island 13 days @ $7.50; expenses $2.75	
Services in connection with survey of Mission Point, Metlakatlah	
Labour with Surveyor Tuck on Galiano Island,                     6 days @ $2
do.                         do.                         do.                             6   ,,           3
do.                         do.                         do.                             6   ,,           2
do.                         do.                         do.                          .6   ,,           2
do.                         do.                         do.                             5   ,,           2
Provisions for Surveyor Ralph & party, re Southern Boundary Island R.
Meat, flour, passages, etc.,   do.                                do.                  do.
Meat, and vegetables,            do.                                 do.                  do.
Services as surveyor & paid for expressage, etc.,    do.                  do.
do.        chainman,                                                     do.                   do.
do.       cook,                                                          do.                  do.
do.       labourer,                                                   do.                  do.
do.           do.                                                          do.                  do.
do.           do.                                                          do.                  do.
Surv. line of road along front of river, Langley Munic'y& site of new gaol
Services as axeman at survey of Gordon Head Road,          oj d. @ $2
do.           do.                                    do.                               3|    „     2
do.       chainman,                          do.                               5|    „
Surveying line of road Victoria District to head of Gordon Head Road
S P Tuck	
Finlay A Murchison	
Chas Groth	
J & J Flett	
Wm Ralph	
Woods, Turner & Gamble
Thos Milne	
Herbert E Jones	
Woods, Turner & Gamble
Surveying for False Creek Bridge, $42, and for cemetery on the Gran-
XIIL—MISCELLANEOUS.
Vote No. 149.—Advertising.
3,317 83
1,270 30
425 70
544 48
10 50
60 00
150 70
34 50
12 00
10 00
5 00
"West Shore"	
Vote No. 150.—Stationery.
Binding, Ruling and Perforating sundry books, &c $1031.60; Rubber
Stamps, $49.75	
R T Williams	
1,081 35
446 98
906 58
93 16
403 40
276 80
50
246 17
75
13 25
1 50
1 00
9 87
1 25
1 00
63 12
2 00
16 99
1 50
75
1 00
72 00
3 00
3 00
7 25
6 00
3 53
5 50
3 10
50
5 62
T N Hibben & Co	
M W Waitt & Co	
Wells, Fargo & Co	
T R Pearson & Co	
ZedS Hall....
F W Foster	
G R Tinker	
F W Foster	
A W Smith	
E Pimbury & Co	
Caldwell & Raab	
Do.
T N Hibben & Co	
-
TR Pearson & Co	
H F Keefer	
8,286 29
3,678 42
2 523 18 49 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
199
TO WHOM PAID.
FOE WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
9   cts.
$   cts.
John Mclntyre ...
John Murray	
T R Pearson & Co
A G Johnston 	
John .Murray 	
H F Keefer	
Wm Dodd	
Robt Wood   	
B C Express Co ....
Sundry Post Offices ..
Wells, Fargo & Co ...
J Eckelsey 	
T N Hibben & Co ....
M W Waitt & Co ....
B C Express Co .......
Indian Wales	
G H Johnston	
C P Railway   	
G A Winton   	
Indian Harry	
G Dakin	
Callbraith, Grant & Cook
T R Pearson & Co	
W C White	
Indian Joe	
CPNCo	
Ed Bray	
John Widdicombe....
Hugh McKenzie	
Indian John	
Alex Primrose	
Jos Maynard 	
Paris Carter	
Fred Littler	
Lambly Bros	
Indian Baptiste	
Leighton's Express...
R D Mather 	
D McDonald	
Indian Luke	
Allan Graham	
J A Mcintosh	
Indian Joe	
Hugh McGregor	
Indian Harry	
Andre Paul	
Wm Doule	
T M Love 	
Thos Galbraith 	
Geo Kenney 	
Allan Graham	
J J Young	
Brought forward	
XIII.—MISCELLANEOUS.—Continued.
Vote No. 150.—Stationery.—Concluded.
Stationery for Government Office,
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
Ink for do.
Lytton   	
do	
Yale	
do	
Spence's Bridge.
do.
Spallumcheen ..
do.
Dom Govt Telegraph	
J Engelhardt	
Victoria Gas Co	
Fell & Co	
Jean Levean  	
Indian Bob	
Patrick Gingles	
Indian Emile	
U Nelson	
A W Smith	
Samuel Brierly 	
Callbraith, Grant & Cook
Do.
Indian Bennie	
Powers Bros	
Indian Johnny	
J B Lovell	
Indian Charley	
Geo V Stirling	
Expressage on package of stationery to Clinton .
Vote No. 151.—Postage.
Postage on correspondence from sundry offices and rent of boxes...
Express charges from Cassiar	
Expressage on books to Attorney-General's Office	
Postage stamps	
do	
Express charges on letters and packages to and from sundry places.
do. do.    to Wild Horse Creek	
do. packages from Kootenay	
Expressage   	
do	
do	
do. letters from Cassiar	
do. do.    and packages, Cassiar District	
Postage stamps for New Westminster Office	
Message to Admiral Lyons at Esquimalt	
Carrying letters, Kootenay District	
Expressage on package from Comox
Expressage from and to
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Kootenay .
do.      .
do.
do.
on letters,
on books to Post Office,
letters,
do.
on books and papers to and from Victoria Office.
do. do	
do. Keithley Creek	
Charge on letters to Post Office at Spallumcheen	
do. Wild Horse Creek	
Expressage on packages	
do.        on packages, Kootenay	
do. do. do	
do. do. do	
Paid Indians for carrying mail S6, stamps, $2, Lorne Creek, Skeena.
Paid for message from Kicking Horse	
Carrying letters from Glenora to Fort Wrangel	
Freight on packages from Clinton to Lillooet	
Messenger with letters to Sheep Creek	
Conveying message to trail cutters, Elk River	
do.     letters from Wild Horse Creek to Sand Point	
do. do. do. do. 	
do. do. do. 	
do.     letters, Victoria to Omineca	
Paid Indians carrying mail to and from Aberdeen	
Vote No. 152.—Telegrams.
Telegrams to and from sundry places	
Vote No. 153.—Fuel and Light.
Coal and Wood for Offices, Victoria	
Gas for Offices, Victoria	
Coal Oil	
One Saw-horse for Kamloops Office	
Wood for Kamloops Office    ...
Hauling Wood for Clinton Court House	
Cutting do. do. 	
Coal Oil do. do. 	
Coal Oil and Wood for Lillooet Office	
Wood for Office at Telegraph Creek	
Coal Oil and Wood for Office at Telegraph Creek.
Coal Oil and Candles for Office at Laketon 	
Wood for Office at Laketon	
Coal Oil for Office at Yale	
Wood do. 	
Coal Oil, Lamp Glasses, etc. for Yale	
Wood	
Wood	
Carried forward.
3,678 42
1 75
3 00
7 25
1 25
8 12
75
7 00
25
1 80
1,520 80
30 50
50
12 00
1 00
252 79
2 00
60 00
6 64
25 00
1 50
6 00
14 75
173 40
1 00
10 00
50
21 00
3 50
50
3 50
10 00
17 50
25
9 75
3 00
1 00
6 70
20 00
5 00
2 50
8 00
5 00
1 00
2 60
4 00
2 00
5 00
25 00
4 00
6 00
3 50
8 25
750 50
468 90
4 00
1 00
28 75
15 00
17 50
12 00
15 50
12 00
22 00
19 00
22 50
23 50
9 00
12 25
4 60
13 50
3,709 59
2,295 83
1,429 36
1,451 40  9,957 96 200
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears. .
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
Louis Curorean & Co
John Mclntyre	
Indian Jack	
R D Mather	
John Hull	
Shuswap Milling Co.
Justin Duprat	
J A Mara	
Henry Elliott	
James Wise 	
Howser & Wintrip ..
Indian Jim	
John Murray	
Indian Billy	
H F Keefer	
James Halliday	
Indian Samuel	
Wm Dodd	
Robt Wood	
Lambly Bros	
John Jane	
Baptiste Morigean ..
Indian George	
Harold Redgrave ...
R T Williams	
H J Morgan	
Parsons & Hall	
FL Tuckfield	
C McCormack	
"Evening Post"	
"Mainland Guardian'
TNHibben&Co.. .
A L Bancroft & Co ..
M W Waitt & Co ....
M Weppirer	
Jos E Lemieux	
Jaffray Bros Pub Co
Harrison & Sons	
J A Gemmill	
F R E Campean	
Rowsell & Hutcheson ..
Receiver General	
T N Hibben & Co	
R T Williams	
E Harrison, Jr	
Stevens & Sons	
M W Waitt & Co	
Bank of B C	
Carswell & Co	
Collector of Customs ...
Hall & Goepel	
W A Taylor	
G B Wright	
A J Bechtel  	
J B Lovell	
Ah Wa   	
J H Gray	
C N Gowen	
Jos White	
Pat Galvin	
Ah Sing	
A Anderson	
Jas Eva	
Joseph Pigeon	
Thos Dunn	
Hugh Boyd	
Thos L Purdy	
Hugh McManus	
Robt Nixon	
G H Burns	
John Curto	
H Marlin	
Brought forward	
XIIL—MISCELLANEOUS.— Continued.
Vote No. 153.—Fuel and Light.—Concluded.
Coal Oil for Lytton Office       	
do. do	
Sawing and splitting wood for Lillooet Office	
Coal Oil, candles, etc., for Kootenay 	
Wood for Kamloops 	
Coal Oil for do. 	
Wood for do. 	
Coal Oil, Candles, etc	
Coal and Wood for New Westminster Office	
do. do. Court House	
Wood for Richfield do. 20£ cords @ §6.
Cutting wood for office at Spence's Bridge and Lytton	
Wood, coal oil, etc.,       do 	
Cutting wood for Toll Office do. 	
Coal oil for do. 	
Hauling wood for Court House      do.	
Cutting wood for Magistrate's Office at Fort Simpson    ...
Candles and coal oil for Spallumcheen office	
Coal oil for do. 	
Wood for do. 	
Candles for office at Savona Ferry	
Coal oil and candles for Kicking Horse office, Kootenay	
Wood for Yale	
Coal oil and candles for Kicking Horse Office, Kootenay	
Vote No. 154.—Library, Legislative and Departmental.
Binding 28 volumes "Gazette" and copies of Provincial papers	
10 copies '' Dominion Annual Register and Review " for 1883	
2 copies " Daily Colonist" for 1 year	
do.       " Daily Standard,"   do. 	
2 copies each of "Mainland Guardian" and "Nanaimo Free Press.'
do.        for six months 	
1 year's subscription	
Webster's Unabridged Dictionary and Magistrates' Manual, etc.
16 volumes of Bancroft's works, @ $5.50	
4 Parliamentary Procedure 2 Mag. and 1 County Court Practice....
1 copy North Star and Southern Cross	
1 copy Debates House of Commons	
2 copies '' Canadian American."	
Colonial Office lists	
6 copies Canadian Parliamentary Companion ■ ,
1 copy Illustrated Guide to Senate and House of Commons ,
Vote No. 155.—Library, Attorney-General's Department.
5 volumes Ontario Appeal Reports, and Cartwright's cases R. & J. S
Digest, 1882-4 ,
1 set Statutes of Canada. 1867 to 1883	
Law reports, Canada Supreme Court reports, etc ,
Binding Sundry reports ,
4 volumes Foster and Finlaison's reports	
1 copy Lewis on Trusts	
Ontario reports and appeals, etc	
Exchange on draft in favour of Rowsell & Hutcheson ,
Sundry law books	
Duty on books     ,
Expressage on package and books from St. Paul	
Subscription to Manitoba Law Journal and Reports for 1885	
Vote No. 156.—Refunds.
Refund of Provincial Revenue Tax (7 receipts)	
do. do. paid twice	
do. do. do	
do. do. do	
do. do. do	
do. do. do	
do. do. do	
do. do. do	
do. do. do	
do. do. do	
do. do. do	
do do. do	
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	
8,286 29
8,398 59
1,451 40  9,957 96
4 00
4 50
5 00
19 75
50 00
6 50
12 50
22 13
124 00
17 00
123 00
21 50
48 89
9 00
1 00
15 00
5 00
15 25
13 00
20 00
2 00
7 75
5 60
11 00
105 50
30 50
26 00
26 00
6 501
12 00
5 001
30 50
88 00.
60 75
5 00
7 00
4 00
15 00
12 00
3 00
36 75
33 45
33 45
178 07
35 35
50 75
25 00
25 00
11 00
11 00
7 60
18 50
25
137 97
1 00
7 00
7 50
21 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
2,014 77
436 75
607 24
78 00 12,916 72 49 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
201
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
Brought forward	
XIII.—MISCELLANEOUS.—Continued.
Vote No. 156.—Refund
-Concluded.
Jos C Marlin	
J Johnson 	
Chas T  Penwill  	
Ld Lowenberg	
Wells, Fargo & Co	
Bank of B C	
Bank of B N A	
Garesche, Green & Co..
T Leduc	
Do	
G McKenzie	
Mrs J McDonald 	
R J Scott & D A Munro
Jesse Sage 	
HD Green	
Louis Falardean 	
Do	
Geo W Chadsey	
H F Keefer	
Wm Michcll	
D M Eberts     	
Langley Municipality...
James Fell 	
Jacob Duck 	
Alexander Ewen ,
Refund of Provincial Revenue Tax (twice paid)   	
do. do. do	
do. do. under age	
do.       Real Property Tax, paid twice '.	
do. do! do	
do.       on Government assay of gold bars (for error of Assayer Bliss)
do. do. do. do.
do. do. do. do.
Refund of amount paid on land purchased in Okanagan (Certificate
erroneously issued under old Land Act)	
Refund of Crown grant fee on same	
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Wm Ball	
Do	
Lawrence Hayes	
Jos Mason   	
Bartlett Newman, Jr	
Wm Hines	
Wm A Jones	
A J Hall	
R M Clemitson	
Sarah Jones	
Wm McPherson	
Estate of Thos Pritchard.
J A Cameron	
W P Swalwell	
McKenzie, Montgomery
& Kirkpatrick	
G W Fleming	
Do	
Wm Ball	
Do	
Do	
Indian Ceilla	
H T Macaulay	
Peter Morens	
J P Burgess	
Eli Lequime	
Frank S Barnard	
W H Jones	
Wm Ball	
George Swallus	
D W Gillies  	
J W Burr	
Chas B Eagle	
C Mercier	
On Kee 	
Guarantee Co of N A .
license previously paid to Chilliwhack Municipality	
deposit made on application to purchase land	
1st instalment  on West i, Section   XIV, Range 1, S. S. I.
amount deposited for land purchase 	
("Moiety of fine imposed on Joyal „	
One-third of fine imposed on McLean	
Refund of allowance for spoiled law stamps	
do.       trade license paid twice	
Moiety of fine on Findley supplying liquor to Indians	
Refund of tax sale deed issued in error	
do.       real and wild land taxes paid by H. Mathers (being within
the limits of municipality)	
Refund of amount paid on West ^ of Section 79, (tax sale cancelled)...
do.       liquor license, paid twice	
do. amount overpaid on land purchased at auction in New Westminster District, 125 acres @ S6.75	
Moiety of fine imposed on Indian Charles	
do. do. Terence Owen	
Refund of Provincial Revenue Tax	
do.       fee for filing certificate of incorporation, paid in error	
do.       taxes on pre-emption within Railway Belt	
Moiety of fine imposed on W. Hilliard	
Refund of purchase money of N. W. \ of Section 8, Osoyoos	
Refund on account of over payment on Section 4, Rupert District	
Refund of assessed taxes (paid twice)	
do.       amount paid for pre-emption (within Railway Belt)	
do.       deposit paid on application to purchase lands	
do.       probate duty	
do.       survey fee West £ of Section 36	
do.       amount paid on land purchase, Certificate No. 594	
do.
Moiety
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Refund
do
do.
do.
do.
Moietv
do.
do.
do.
Refund
do.
do
do. do. 	
of fine imposed on Eliza, Supplying Liquor to Indians.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
J. Brown
George
Charles.
Tong Dog
W. Williams
J. D. Pegton
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
of amount paid for road toils on grain
over payment on Crown Grant fee
payment on account of certificate of land purchase No. 582
do. do. do. 601
amount over paid on lot 520, Group 1	
of fines imposed on Indians Jim and John	
do. H. Gibbons, drunk on Indian Reserve..   ..
do. Lee Yea, supplying liquor to Indians	
do. John Gaidur, do. do	
of over payment for road tolls	
Free Miners' Certificate (paid twice)	
and paid for license wrongly applied for	
Vote No. 157.—Premium on Guarantee Bonds.
A W Vowell
Premiums on bonds for Government Officers 	
Vote No. 158.—Allowance to Officer at Kootenay, for Cleaning
Office, Horse Hire, etc.
L G McQuade, (Sect'y)
Geo Norris, (Sect'y) ...
Allowance for 12 months to 30th June, 1885.
Vote No. 159.—Fire Department, Victoria.
Grant in aid.
Vote No. 160.—Fire Department, Nanaimo.
Grant in aid.
Carried forward.
8,398 59
78 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
2 00
33 94
7 02
83
320 00
5 00
10 00
5 00
56 00
26 0(1
165 00
10 00
5 00
3 30
5 00
25 00
10 00
12,916 72
125 74
125 74
26 20
30 00
843 75
.
12 50
25 00
3 00
20 00
1 60
25 00
160 00
12 00
4 00
2 00
40 00
480 00
20 00
160 00
136 00
12 50
25 00
12 50
12 50
25 00
25 00
25 00
29 90
5 00
68 00
320 00
12 00
25 00
25 00
25 00
25 00
17 69
5 00
5 00
3,603 97
200 00
1,500 00
500 00
8,524 33
19,002 32 202
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   ets.
$   cts.
Geo Norris, (Sect'y)	
Wm McColl, (Sect'y)
A J Alport, (CMC)	
J Stone, (Sect'y)	
Robert Grant, (Sect'y)...
J P Walls	
Henrv Fry, (Treasurer).
H Webb Do.
J T Mcllmoyl      Do.
Victoria & Esq Tel Co
N W & Port Moody T Co
T Russell, (Sect'y) ...
W A Robertson	
F W Foster	
U Nelson 	
W Healy	
C Dillon   	
Mason & Daly 	
C N Chittenden	
Henry Saunders	
Geo Tinker	
J H Dale ..	
Thos Findley	
WTm Chisholm	
Edward Postil	
Chas Ashton  	
John Conroy 	
M W Jones	
Indian John	
Cohn Cameron	
Toola-fritza   	
Victoria Truck & Dray Co
Dominion Customs...
Dawson Bros	
Welch, Rithet & Co ..
S Phipps	
James Lindsay	
C Phair	
Brought forward	
XIII.—.MISCELLANEOUS.—Continued.
Votk No. 161.—In Aid of Purchasing Steam Fire Engine, Nanaimo.
Payment as above	
Vote No. 162.—Fire Department, New Westminster.
Grant in aid	
Vote No. 163.—In aid of purchasing a Steam Firf. Engine, New West.
Payment as above	
Vote No. 164.—Fire Department, Cariboo.
Grant in aid	
Vote No. 165.—Fire Department, Yale.
Grant in aid	
Vote No. 166.—Reporting Judges' Decisions.
Payment to Law Society in aid of reports	
Vote No. 167.—Agricultural Societies.
Grant in aid of Cowichan Agricultural Society.
do. Chilliwhack do.
do. Saanich do.
Vote No. 168.—Telephone Service.
Use of Telephone for sundry offices for year ending 30th June, 1885.
do. do.       New Westminster	
Vote No.  169.—British Columbia Agricultural Association, in Aid
of Provincial Exhibition.
Grant in aid	
Vote 170.—In aid of Prospecting and Explorations.
Exploring on Vancouver Island	
Tools supplied exploration party, Lillooet District 	
Provisions supplied do. do. 	
Prospecting Jordon River	
Provisions for party prospecting Jordon River	
Provisions supplied Jno. Lanyon & O. Darintigny exploring in Cariboo
Exploring and reporting on Queen Charlotte Islands	
Supplies for D. H. McNeill exploring in Cowichan District	
Vote No. 171.—Destruction of Wolves and Panthers in settled
Districts throughout the Province.
Bounty on 1 head .
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Sooke  	
Comox  	
Cowichan	
Spallumcheen ...
do.
Okanagan   	
Lillooet District
Nanaimo	
do	
Nicola	
Vote No. 172.—Lithographic Maps of British Columbia.
Drayage on 4 cases of maps	
Duty on maps	
Lithographic maps of British Columbia, including freight and insurance
Wharfage on   do. 	
Paid for drayage on maps	
Vote No. 173.—James Lindsay (Compensation for loss by fire).
Compensation for loss of personal effects by fire at Richfield	
Vote No. 174—Casper Phair—(Compensation for services)'!
Payment as above	
Carried forward.
166 66
166
166 68
310 25
72 35
100 00
74 82
78 34
60 00
90 00
40 00
1,000 00
8 60
2 50
2 50
2 60
2 50
2 50
10 00
2 60
27 50
2 50
2 50
5 00
2 50
412 50
1,716 16
1 40
1 25
8,524 33      28,532
1,000 00
1,000 00
1,451 76
62 50
2,133 81
200 00
300 00 39 Vic.          Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 80th June, 1885.
203
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
8,524 33
20 00
28,532 99
XIII.— MISCELLANEOUS.—Continued.
Vote No. 175.—Miscellaneous not Detailed.
30 00
20 00
250 00
1 75
7 25
6 00
19 70
20 50
3 00
110 00
100 00
2 50
1 50
51 54
59 77
4 00
5 00
1 50
20 00
10 00
50 00
180 00
13 00
1,200 00
21 25
13 00
10 60
33 99
2 00
17 50
3 00
2 75
4 75
13 00
60
10 00
30 00
12 00
75
1 12
200 00
60 00
122 00
26 65
12 55
10 00
6 00
6 25
8 00
9 50
264 00
135 00
6 53
20 00
9 75
20 00
10 00
3 75
2 60
5 00
2 50
? 50
5 00
5 00
10 00
10 00
195 00
1 00
22 50
25 00
5 00
6 00
10 00
180 00
1 00
1 50
6 00
9 25
13 00
15 00
Hon J H Gray	
S McLean	
Callbraith, Grant & Cook
Yale Water Works	
M
W T Collinson	
H B Roycraft	
Victoria Transfer Co ....
Garesche, Green & Co ...
Bank of B C	
Drayage on box of books, etc., to wharf for New West. Registry office
L B Foote	
McKillican & Anderson..
C Fadear   ...
FG Richards, Jr	
C E Redfern	
Victoria Water Works...
Silver watch and chain, and engraving on same, presented Indian Chief
5,000 copies of "West Shore," $1,000, and 200 views of Victoria, $200...
F L Tuckfield  	
Hall & Goepel	
Union Insurance Co	
Wm Newbury 	
Mann & Heron 	
Keys for Provincial Secretary's Office, and repairing steel tape line, etc.
"Weekly Colonist "to Gov. Ag't in Canada & "Daily "to Bri'h Consul, S.F.
Garesche, Green & Co ...
Supt. burial of decomposed body, including canoe hire to Cowichan, etc.
John Stephenson	
A W Smith	
Assisting Gold Commissioner to collect and prepare mining statistics..
Fell& Co	
B A Bank Note Co
Smilow & Adams 	
Bank of B C	
Wells, Fargo & Co	
Jno T Galbraith	
Harry E Wright	
Wm Lennox	
Reward for finding and bringing to Court House two horses, at Kootenay
Thos Storey	
McKillican & Anderson..
One copy of Dominion Liquor License Case, Supreme Court of Canada,etc.
2,000 copies Victoria edition, $125 ; freight, $10	
S F Journal of Commerce
Hall & Goepel	
Vancouver Coal Co	
Times Publishing Co	
Three copies "Daily Times," three months to 19th February 1885
Washing towels for Supreme Court,&L.R.O.,May 1st,'83, to Dec. 31st, '84
Professional services making valuation of Victoria Gaol site...
H F Heisterman	
Langley & Co	
Cemetery fees, St. Ann's Mission, Cowichan, body of A. Blythe
Conveying body of A. Blythe from Seymour Narrows to wharf...
W Lemon 	
Geo Kier	
D W Mainguy 	
Hire of sleigh & horses taking effects of E. By ron,a pauper,to agent's office
,
Croft & Angus	
T P Windsor  	
Hire of sleigh & horses taking   do.    to burying ground
1,500 copies of "Colonist" January special number $150;   500 maps $45
James Uren	
Gordon Bros 	
S J Sincock	
Mrs Deasy	
F G Walker  	
T N Hibben & Co .  .
S McLean	
Callbraith, Grant & Cook
Dept of Marine & Fish'y.
Fell & Co	
Counting number of male & female votes east, election of Trustees, Vict.
100 Kerr's Magistrates' Acts for use of Justices of the Peace
Soap, etc., for Government Office, Laketon ...
Coal for steamer Douglas conveying Lieutenant-Governor to Port Moody
Daily Colonist to British Consul at San Francisco, 1 year $10; Weekly
for Agent at Liverpool $3 in advance to June, 1886
John Lochead	
Carried forward	
8,544 33'     3,806 05
28,532 99 204
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
cts.
B Flewing ...
"Columbian"
CPNCo	
P McTiernan   	
Indian Charley	
Mason & Daly 	
J B Leighton	
E G Prior 	
Wm McNeill, Jr	
Wm Jackson, M D ..
Eli Harrison, Jr	
James Gilmore	
A L Bancroft & Co ..
Welch, Rithet & Co .
Indian Richard	
"Colonist"   	
Henry J Morgan	
Lewis Hall 	
George Morison	
Hudson Bay Co	
"Evening Post"  	
Alex Holmes	
John Dalby	
Chas Hayward .
Fitzgerald Bros
R T Williams ..
Chas Hayward  .
C P Miller	
Indian George ..
Do.
WHWard	
Fred Hussey ...
David Griffith...
"Columbian" .. .
William Ross	
John Sprott	
H C Beeton (London).
G Falkner (Toronto) .
Do. do.
W H Vannetta	
Wm M Halpenny	
Do. 	
D H McNeill	
Do	
S A Rowbotham   	
R G Tatlow   	
R T Williams	
E G Prior	
"Columbian"	
G M Sproat 	
Munroe Miller   	
Str R Dunsmuir	
Munroe Miller	
Do. 	
WB Nichols	
B B Smith	
Henry Kipp	
J B Ferguson	
Str Barbara Boscowitz
A J McMillan	
A & W Wilson  	
Hector McKenzie ....
Str Hope	
C G Major   	
Mrs T Harris
S Fletcher ..,
C P N Co ....
C H Clough .
Brought forward	
2III.—MISCELLANEOUS.—Continued.
Miscellaneous not Detailed.—Concluded.
Digging grave for pauper burial
1 copy each for Immigration Agent, Victoria, Provincial Secretary, and
Agent for B. C. in London  	
Passage, meals, etc., for W. Ross to Vict. & ret., re Coal Harbour claims
do. and meals, etc. at Victoria, do.
Canoe hire, steamer fare, etc., do.
Glass for Richfield Office	
Express freight on saddle from Yale to Spallumcheen  ,	
Awls .
Carrying despatches to the Lieutenant-Governor at Cowichan Lake	
Professional services with Officer Miles inspecting slaughter-houses, &c.
Assistance rendered in preparing County Court Rules and Orders, 1885
Expenses of interment of J. Anderson	
16 Vols, of Bancroft's works for Executive Council, @ $5.50	
5 cases of hand grenades, @ 818	
Cleaning out stove used at Court House, Fort Simpson	
Lithographing 100 plans of school house ~.	
30 copies of Dominion Annual Register, 1879	
1 copy of "Daily Colonist," Attorney-General's Office, 3 months	
Soap, etc. for office, Victoria	
Water supplied to steamer Lilley at Esquimalt Graving Dock	
2 copies from November 30th, 1884, to May SOth, 1885	
Paid customs duty on books    	
Use of horse for messenger with despatches to Lieut.-Gov. at Cowichan
4 days @ $2.50    	
Making 3 boxes for packing stationer}', books, etc., for A. W. Vowell...
Expenses in taking body of J. Anderson through trail to wharf	
20 copies of British Columbia Directory	
Funeral expenses of Rowden, a pauper	
i doz. Harden Hand Grenades for Kamloops Office	
Taking charge of body of drowned man at Fraser river near Yale	
do. do. New York Bar 	
Conveying body of drowned man from river to town	
Law stamps, re summons on J. Glassey	
Fixing flag-staff, Kootenay Office	
Subscription to "Columbian," 2 yrs. for printing office & C. C. of L. &
W. and 1 for Executive Council !	
Vote No. 176.—Immigration.
Salary as Immigt'n Agt. at New W. 1 July, '84 to 31 Mar. '85 @ $100 per hi.
do. do.      1 Apr. to June 30th 1885	
Allowing for office expenses and assistance, 12 mos. to 30th June, 1885
do, do. do. do.
Paid for advertising in sundry papers	
Allowance for services as Immigt'n Agt. at Langley 12 nis. to 30 June '85
Salary as Immigt'n G. on Vancouver 1.12 ms to 30 June, '85 @ $50 per m.
Incidental expenses incurred while travelling	
Salary as Immig't G. on Vancouver I. 21 Apr. to June, '85 @ $50 per m.
Incidental expenses incurred while travelling	
Allowance for office expenses at Winnipeg $100, advertising $48, 12 ms.
to 30 June, 1885	
Rent of building for immigrants at Victoria 12 ms. to 30 June, '85 @ $25
5,000 maps of B. C. $250 ; covering, cutting & binding pamphlets $223..
Axe and handles for guide Halpenny	
Subscription for 1 year for Immigration Office, Victoria	
Preparing pamphlets for immigration purposes	
Advertising Immigration Bereau in " Resources of B. C."	
Psg's & meals of W. Halpenny, Nam'o to Qualicum & retn. sundry times
100 copies "Resources of B.C." $20, printing Immigration reports, $51
Subscription to 200 copies of "Resources of B. C." to 1 Mar. 1886	
Setting in glass, Immigration building	
Services as Immigration Agent at Surrey Municipality 3 mos. tol Aug.
do. do. ■ Chilliwhack Mu. May 27th to Aug 31st
Advertising in " Illustrated British Columbian," etc	
Passages of W. Halpenny to Alberni and Salmon river	
Assisting Immigration Agent, 5 days @ $3.50	
Set of fixtures for stove, etc., for Immigration House	
Assisting W. H. Halpenny, including expenses, 9 days	
Passage Government Guide to Alberni	
Grass seed for Immigration Grounds	
Vote No. 177.—Gratuity to the Wife op the Late Thomas Harris,
Sheriff.
Gratuity, equivalent to three months' salary	
Vote No. 178.—Metlakatlah Commission.
Services as secretary to commission, stationery, $3 ;       32 days @ $2.50
Passage of Judge Elliott, Fort Simpson to Naas, and to Victoria	
Witness fee	
Carried forward	
8,559 !
3,806 05 28,532 99
3 0o
12
OC
9
5f
24 00
26 75
3
25
8
8C
25
30
25
5
00
250
00
11
00
88
00
90
00
60
30
00
90
(10
3 00
10 37
12
00
12
00
50
10
00
10 38
25 00
BO
00
27 50
9
50
20
00
20 00
6
(10
6
00
6
00
900 00
300 00
250
00
100
00
80
09
175
00
600 00
78 87
116 66
42
12
148 00
300
00
473 00
3
50
6
00
25
00
55
00
38
60
71
00
200
00
5
OO
50
00
28 50
43 75
25 00
15
00
7
50
17 75
7
50
75
83 00
24 00
3 00
4,709 00
4,163 49
187 60
37,593 58 49 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
205
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.   '
cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
Jos Perry	
A Anriol	
Edward Terney ....
Chas Ryan	
Annie Hope	
Edward Campbell..
Enoch Maxwell ...
A McDonald	
Jos E White	
R G Cunningham ..
Jno Cunningham ..
Austin Ward	
Jas J May	
Jos Irvin	
C W W Clifford ....
Robt Cunningham .
Joshua Seyden  	
Geo Kenny	
Fritz Brentzin	
Jos E White	
Egremont Sharburn
H M S Satellite ....
Do	
Do	
H B Roycraft	
Do	
Do	
Do	
H M Ball	
A C Elliott	
Hudson Bay Co....
J J Russell	
Jacob Sehl 	
J C Hughes 	
F C Walker 	
Sir M B Begbie	
C Morton	
J M M Spinks	
Dom Govt Telegraph
C P N Co	
"Mainland Guardian'
"British Columbian"
Sam Greer 	
Norman Bole	
Patrick McTiernan ..
Ella White	
S Eckstein   	
R J Rickman	
J B Henderson 	
Jno McKay	
A Tolmie   	
J os Mannion 	
James Orr	
Indian Charlie	
J P Walls	
Hugh McDonald ....
Robert Plummer....
Chas Wilson	
Isaac B Fisher	
R W Armstrong	
W R Lewis	
John Austin	
C P N Co	
Geo Winter 	
"Colonist" 	
"Standard"  	
"Evening Post" 	
"EveningTimes" ...
J A McMillan   	
J C Hughes	
Geo Turner	
Joseph Mannion	
T J James	
Indian William	
John Sprott	
M Matheson ..	
Brought forward	
XIII.— MISCELLANEOUS.—Continued.
Vote No. 178.—Metlakatlah Commission.—Concluded.
Express hire from Victoria to Esquimalt with baggage	
Conveying Commissioner Elliott from Metlakatlah to Fort Simpson...
Services as keeper and waiter at house used hy Commissioner Elliott,
$15.50; vegetables, etc., $4.25	
Rent of house, 9 days @ $2.50 ; coal oil, $1	
do. fuel, etc., for constables	
Cleaning house, supplying wood, etc,  9 days @ $2.25
Canoe hire for Officer Lindsay from Metlakatlah to Skeena	
Services as Special Constable, 4£ d. @ $3	
do. do. & witness, 9 d. @83; rent of house,$28.50
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
and interpreter,
canoe hire   $7,
do. 7,
do.        10,
do. 7,
3 Indians with canoe, $27,
6
9
t$3
3
H„
Canoe hire from Metlakatlah to Fort Simpson and return
Services as Special Constable,
do.       Interpreter, canoe to Fort Simpson, $7,
Provisions for Special Constables	
Witness fee, 10 days @ $4, canoe hire, $6	
Board for Constable Lindsay ;	
Three blankets for use of Commission	
Entertainment from Victoria and return of Commissoiners and Secretary
Gratuity fee to servants on H. M. S. Satellite	
Paid Indians for sundry assistance	
Supplies received from H. M. Satellite for use ofconstables	
Travelling allowance, including board, etc., 30 d, @ $ 4
Services as Commissioner, 38   ,,      12.50
Attendance on Commission, 10 days @ $5; absence from residence
preparing report 37 days @ $5...	
Paid for demurrage of schooner detained at Skeena, 10 days @ $10...
Carriage hire	
Two mattresses and two pillows	
Vote No. 179.— Compensation to Squatters, Pursuant to Report of
Select Committee, Including Expenses of Commission.
Services as Interpreter, 3 days @ $b	
do.       taking short hand notes of evidence	
do.       Commissioner, re investigation of title to J. M. M. Spinks.
Two minute books	
Expenses to and from Maple Bay, $5; witness fee, 7 days @ $2	
Telegrams	
Passage and meals for Commissioner, Victoria to New Westminster...
Advertising sitting of Coal Harbour Land Commission	
do.
Witness fee, expenses, $!
lday@$2.
3
H
2
2
2
do.
do.
do.
do
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
, 5 days® $2.
do.
1
1
1
and mileage.
2 days @ $2 ..
2	
2	
2	
2	
2	
2	
2	
2, mileage, $3.90.
2	
Copy of documents in Land Registry Office New Westminster	
Stage fare for N. Fitzstubhs to Granville and back	
Board and lodging for Commissioner at New Westminster	
Passages and meals for Commissoner and N. Fitzstubhs New W. to Vic
Hack  hire	
Advertising sitting of Commission	
do. do. 	
do. do. 	
do. do. 	
Services rendered	
Services as appraiser on Squatter's Claims, 6 d. @ $10	
do. do. 	
Board and lodging for appraisers at False Creek	
Passages for appaisers, New Westminster to Granville and return	
Services of self with canoe for app'r, Granville to False C. & return	
Amt. awarded for squatter improvm'ts on Crown lands near B. Inlet...
do. do. do. do.
Carried forward.,	
8,559 83
16 00
46 00
250 00
2 12
19 00
2 10
8 75
13 50
9 92
19 50
2 00
6 00
3 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
2 00
5 90
2 00
5 50
2 00
4 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
1 50
2 00
23 50
8 00
2 60
27 00
18 00
15 00
10 00
2 50
60 00
60 00
18 00
4 00
4 50
250 00
225 00
110 00 37,593 58
5 00
00
19 76
23 50
15 60
20 25
15 00
13 50
55 50
27 00
18 00
31 00
34 00
37 00
34 00
40 50
10 00
13 50
31 00
57 17
46 00
5 00
6 15
37
47 50
I 00
10 50
120 00
475 00
236 00
100 00
15 00
13 00
2,077 16
1,170 84 39,670 73 206
Public Accounts. 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
Jno Stewart ...
Chas Stewart .,
D McPbaden ..
Wm Mackie, Jr
John Sprott ...
C Marwick	
Jas Barnes —
Hon A DeCosmos ..
Jas Abrams	
Donald MeLachlan .
Thos Renwick	
Jos Webb 	
- Walter Wilson	
Robt O'Brien, M D
W W Walkem, M D
Wm Lewis	
Peter Bertona	
Cheong	
H Rosewall	
J Ganner	
Thos Renwick	
S Brightman 	
Hirst Bros  	
Wm H Coleman ...
E Pimbury 	
Donald MeLachlan .
Samuel Gough    ...
W A Lindsay (Treasurer)
Brought forward	
XIII.—MISCELLANEOUS.—Concluded.
Vote No. 179.—Compensation to Squatters, pursuant to Report of
Select Committee, Including Expenses of Commission.—Concluded.
Amt. awarded for squatter improvements on Crown lands nr. B. Inlet.
do. do. do. do.
do. do. do. do.
do.                              do.                              do.                 do.
Expenses to and from Victoria as witness	
do. do. 	
Vote No. 180.—Compensation to Jas. Barnes for Improvement
of Victoria City Lots Sold at Auction.
Payment as above	
Vote No. 181.—Compensation to Hon. A.  DeCosmos for Services
as  Special Agent  of the  Province at  Ottawa and
England in 1880-82.
Payment as above in full of all demands	
$2.50
No Vote.—Quarantine of Small-Pox Patients on Island Railway
Works.
Blankets, underclothing, shoes, etc	
Acting as Special Constable around Quarantine Grounds, 32 days (i
Drayage	
Brandy for small-pox patients	
One No. 6 range, stove-pipe, etc	
Visit to Camp 10	
Amount in full for services rendered to patients in quarantine..
Services as nurse, 62 days @ $5	
do.       assistant nurse at Camp 10, 32 days @ $2.50	
do.       cook, 2 months @ $25	
Milk.
Coal and hauling to camp	
Drayage on cook stove, etc., from Camp to Nanaimo Gaol.
Meat .
Sundrj' provisions, etc	
Eggs, etc	
Carbolic acid, soap, etc	
Services as guard at Quarantine Grounds, 11 days @ $2.50	
Aid to Corporation of Nanaimo in respect to quarantine	
No Vote.—Donation to Relief Fund of Wellington Coal  Mine
Explosion.
W O Carter
Payment as above	
No Vote.—Completing Copying Records for Land Registry, New
Westminster.
Services in Registry Office, Victoria, 1 and 1-tenth months @ $75	
8,559 83
1,170 84
150 00
200 00
250 00
200 00
14 00
18 00
263 50
95 00
7 00
39 00
61 00
10 00
435 00
310 00
80 00
50 00
16 25
3 50
2 50
24 45
56 00
1 00
11 50
27 50
500 00
1,670 73
2,500 00
1,993 20
82 50
J. McB. SMITH,
Auditor
Audit Office,
SOth December, 18S5, 49 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
207
APPROPRIATION   AND   EXPENDITURE
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED 30th JUNE, 1885.
STATEMENT of Appropriation and Expenditure, from 1st July, 1884, to 30th June,
1885, showing also the sums unexpended and over-expended.
No
of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Total
Appropriation
Total
Expenditure.
Unexpended
Over-
expended.
1
I.—Public Debt.
$ 45,050 00
20,093 00
200 00
500 00
$ 45,327 00
19,698 18
240 00
583 77
2
$394 82
3
4
83 77
II.—Civil Government (Salaries).
65,843 00
65,848 95
394 82
400 77
5
1,500 00
13,100 00
8,280 00
8,540 00
5,040 00
7,365 00
950 00
375 00
1,200 00
7,870 00
1,920 00
3,200 00
1,500 00
11,401 14
8,280 00
8,420 00
5,040 00
6,889 92
950 00
375 00
6
1,698 86
7
8
120 00
9
10
475 08
11
12
13
1,200 00
307 77
14
7,562 23
1,920 00
3,512 77
15
16
III.—Administration of Justice (Salaries).
59,340 00
55,851 06
2,700 00
2,000 00
960 00
7,884 46
840 00
8,606 96
1,800 00
6,093 90
5,603 92
3,658 75
3,728 02
1,877 14
6,120 00
1,263 33
600 00
3,000 00
978 40
1,184 00
3,801 71
312 77
17
2,700 00
2,000 00
960 00
7,884 60
840 00
9,032 00
2,520 00
5,200 00
5,604 00
4,970 00
6,070 00
2,460 00
6,120 00
1,140 00
720 00
3,180 00
960 00
18
19
20
04
21
22
425 04
720 00
23
Do.            New Westminster District	
24
893 90
25
08
1,311 25
1,341 98
582 86
26
27
28
29
30
31
120 00
180 00
32
32a
IV.—Legislation.
Indemnity to Members $8,800; additional, Act 47 Vict., $1,200..
61,360 50
58,888 88
4,681 25
2,209 63
33
10,000 00
3,100 00
50 00
500 00
450 00
1,000 00
10,000 00
2,736 00
7 50
156 00
455 50
1,059 27
34
364 00
42 50
344 00
35
36
37
5 50
38
V.—Public Institutions (Maintenance).
15,100 00
14,414 77
750 50
64 77
39
500 00
2,175 00
6,050 00
196 25
2,459 26
7,077 98
303 75
40
284 26
41
8,725 00
9,733 49
303 75
1,312 24 208
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
No
of
Vote.
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
66
57
61
62
65
66
67
70
71
72
73
74
75
78
79
80
81
82
84
87
88
89
95
96
100
101
102
SERVICE.
VI.—Hospitals and Charities.
Hospital, Victoria	
Do.       New Westminster	
Do.       Cariboo	
Do.       Nanaimo	
Do.       Allowance, Cassiar	
In aid of destitute poor and sick	
In aid of Resident Physician, Clinton	
In aid of Resident Physician, Kamloops	
Convalescent Home, Victoria	
VII.—Administration of Justice (other than Salaries.)
Summoning and Paying: Jurors and Witnesses	
Prosecution and Interpreters	
Expenses of Inquests	
Criminal Punishments	
Rewards	
Keep of Prisoners	
Rents	
Special Constables	
Transport of Constables and Prisoners	
Miscellaneous	
VIII.—Education.
Education Office	
Victoria City District	
Victoria District	
Esquimalt District	
Cowichan District	
Nanaimo District	
Comox District	
New Westminster City District .
New Westminster District	
Hope-Yale District        	
Lillooet District	
Cariboo District	
IX.—Transport.
Freight on Remittances	
Travelling Expenses of Officers on duty .
Keep of Horses 	
X.—Rent.
Government House, Victoria	
Total
Appropriation
XI.—Revenue Services
Commission, Courts of Appeal, Travelling Exps., Miscellaneous
XII.—Public Works.
Works and
Repairs to Government Buildings and Fences, Victoria 	
Do. do. New Westminster
Do. do. Nanaimo  ....
Do. do. Yale District .
Do. do. Lillooet	
Repairs to Asylum for the Insane	
Repairs to Victoria Gaol	
Gaol at New Westminster 	
Lock-up at Nicola (near Clapperton's)	
Gaol at Richfield (Fencing)	
Government Building;, Kootenay	
Do. Forks of Quesnelle	
Furniture for Government Offices throughout the Province .
Improvement of Government Reserves	
Insurance of Government Buildings	
Public School, Johnson Street Ward, Victoria	
Do. South Cowichan (Kokasailah) .
Do. South Cedar  	
Do. Lake   	
Do. Langley   	
Do. West Matsqui (Mount Lehman).
Do. Priest's Valley, Okanagan	
Do. North Thompson River	
Do. Big Bar, Lillooet	
Carried forward.
§5,000 00
4,500 00
4,000 00
2,500 00
250 00
750 00
750 00
500 00
1,000 00
S 19,250 00
10,000 00
2,000 00
600 00
200 00
500 00
15,000 00
400 00
7,000 00
7,000 00
1,000 00
43,700 00
3,230 00
15,510 00
4,800 00
2,880 00
5,735 00
8,360 00
2,010 00
4,970 00
13,374 00
9,335 00
2,310 00
3,040 00
75,554 00
300 00'
3,000 00
150 00
Total
Expenditure.
5,000 00
4,500 00
4,000 00
2,500 00
54 00
397 50
375 00
500 00
17,326 50
9,011 42
1,576 60
743 95
173 26
140 00
16,909 63
619 00
7,877 74
8,474 30
378 97
45,904 87
2,862 55
16,103 77
4,829 49
2,843 06
5,560 75
8,414 08
1,323 73
5,057 65
12,057 77
7,510 65
1,917 37
2,670 75
71,151 62
427 88
3,563 49
96 51
48 50
2,500 00
200 00
50 00
200 00
300 00
20,000 00
600 00
25,000 00
250 00
100 00
750 00
760 00
2,000 00
150 00
2,500 00
1,600 00
300 00
400 00
430 00
500 00
500 00
665 00
500 00
641 25
S 60,786 25
8,219 37
Unexpended
1,507 29
191 60
48 25
156 84
291 80
20,695 14
435 64
24,999 88
262 50
848 50
752 00
1,808 37
158 41
1,968 35
1,591 63
385 00
407 50
429 20
504 48
475 00
625 00
585 00
541 25
69,668 63
196 00
352 50
375 00
1,000 00
1,923 50
988 58
423 40
26 74
360 00
621 03
2,419 75
367 45
34 94
174 25
686 27
1,316 23
1,824 35
392 63
369 25
5,165 37
992 71
8 40
1 75
43 16
8 20
Over-
expended.
164 36
12
531 65
8 37
25 00
40 00
1,909 63
219 00
877 74
1,474 30
593 77
29 49
54 08
'si'iiS
764 !
127 88
563 49
691 37
2,219 37
2,116 15
98 50
2 00
85 00
7 50
53 49 Vic. Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
209
No.
of
Vote.
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
117a
117aa
117b
117c
117d
117e
117f
117a
117H
118i
117J
117k
No vote.
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
146a
146AA
No vote.
147
148
SERVICE.
Brought forward	
XII.—Public Works.—Concluded.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Public School, Westham Island (Canoe Pass).
Do. Langley Prairie (removal) .
Do. Victoria (Repairs)	
Do. do.   (Furniture)	
Do. Shawnigan (Fencing, &c.)	
Do. Clover Valley	
Do. Mayne Island	
Do. North Gabriola	
Do. Wellington (Repairs)	
Do.        Sooke (Repairs and Out-houses)	
Do. Esquimalt (Out-houses)	
Gaol at Clinton (construction)	
Lock-up at Fort Simpson	
Gaol at Lytton (fencing) 	
In aid of Provincial Agricultural Institution and Museum.
Hospital, Nanaimo (fever ward)	
Public School, Trenant (painting) .
Do. Craigflower (repairs)	
Do. South Saanich (furniture)	
Do. Upper Sumas (repairs)	
Do. Quamichan (furniture)	
Do. Port Moody (grading grounds).
Fencing Old Cemetery, Victoria 	
Lock-up at Savona (construction)	
Do.       Chemainus, do. 	
Do.       Esquimalt (alterations)	
Do.       Spence's Bridge (completion)	
Government Office, Lorne Creek	
Government House, Victoria.
Repairs toBuildings	
Furniture	
Fencing t	
Water	
Fuel and Light	
Improving Grounds	
Gardener	
Miscellaneous	
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.
Victoria District	
Victoria and Esquimalt Bridge repairs	
Esquimalt District	
Cowichan District	
Victoria and Nanaimo Trunk Road	
Salt Spring Island, and Islands at Plumper Pass	
Nanaimo District (including Nanaimo River Bridge) .
Comox District	
New Westminster District	
Burrard Inlet Trunk Road	
Municipalities in New Westminster District	
Cowichan Municipality	
Trunk Road, New Westminster to Yale	
Yale District	
Lillooet District	
Cariboo       ,,     	
Kootenay    ,,     	
Cassiar        ,,     	
Main Trunk Road	
Trail from Fort Rupert to Quatsino	
Lillooet Ferry 	
Colonization Roads, Vancouver Island	
Ferry on Fraser River, near Soda Creek	
Lorne Creek Trail	
Surveys.
Throughout the Province.
Exploratory Surveys	
Total
Appropriation
$60,786 25
400 00
300 00
450 00
1,000 00
100 00
75 00
100 00
200 00
100 00
150 00
25 00
1,250 00
300 00
100 00
4,000 00
500 00
25 00
26 00
60 00
100 00
26 00
194 00
498 00
625 00
250 00
250 00
255 00
72,135 25
400 00
550 00
75 00
800 00
800 00
300 00
600 00
100 00
11,000 00
3,000 00
6,500 00
7,000 00
4,868 31
1,500 00
10,000 00
3,750 00
31,510 00
8,300 00
6,000 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
22,500 00
12,000 00
10,000 00
6,000 00
2,000 00
40,000 00
1,000 00
750 00
2,000 00
200 00
190,878 31
10,000 00
2,500 00
12,500 00
Total
Expenditure.
$ 59,668 63
888 00
40 00
451 52
983 00
55 50
75 00
100 00
197 00
99 50
150 00
25 00
1,539 49
2,500 00
500 00
45 00
26 00
50 00
100 00
26 00
194 00
498 00
624 25
250 00
255 01
219 50
394 10
1,048 41
74 75
917 46
1,001 61
136 58
600 00
84 00
4,256 41
10,928 i
6,682 55
7,062 22
7,262 60
1,695 56
9,973 35
3,549 68
30,570 24
8,114 70
6,000 00
1,000 00
963 12
20,701 02
10,611 87
10,014 41
3,361 82
1,394 73
37,655 47
750 00
1,656 84
183 33
247 50
180,379 04
3,317 83
3,317 83
Unexpended
$2,116 15
12 00
260 00
17 00
44 50
3 00
50
300 00
38
1,500 00
75
'25o'o6'
4,504 28
5 90
75
163 42
16 00
186 07
71 97
3,000 00
26 65
200 32
939 76
185 30
1,798 98
1,388 13
1,638 13
605 27
2,344 53
1,000 00
343 16
16 67
6,682 17
2,500 00
1,182 17
Over-
expended.
$998 53
1 52
01
219 50
1,529 05
117 46
201 61
817 48
182 55
62 22
2,394 29
195 56
247 50
3,096 53 210
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
No.
of
Vote.
149
150
151
152
153
154
156
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181
No vote.
SERVICE.
XIII.—Miscellaneous.
Advertising	
Stationery	
Postage	
Telegrams	
Fuel and Light	
Library, Legislative and Departmental	
Library, Attorney-General's Department	
Refunds	
Premium on Guarantee Bonds	
Allowance to Officer at Kootenay	
Fire Department, Victoria    	
,, ,, Nanaimo	
In aid of purchasing Steam Fire Engine, Nanaimo	
Fire Department, New Westminster	
In aid of purchasing Steam Fire Engine, New Westminster...
Fire Department, Cariboo	
Yale	
Reporting Judges' decisions	
Agricultural Societies	
Telephone Service	
B. C. Agricultural Association., in aid of a Provincial Exhibition
In aid of prospecting and explorations	
Destruction of Wolves and Panthers in settled Districts	
Lithographic Maps of British Columbia	
Jas. Lindsay—Compensation for loss by fire	
C. Phair—Compensation for services	
Miscellaneous, not detailed	
Immigration ,	
Gratuity to wife of late T. Harris, Sheriff	
Metlakatlah Commission	
Compensation to Squatters, pursuant to Report of S. Committee
Compensation to J. Barnes for improvement on Victoria City-
Lots sold at auction	
Compensation to Hon. Amor DeCosmos, for services as Special
Agent of the Province at Ottawa and in England in 1880-82..
Quarantine of Small-pox Patients at Nanaimo	
Donation to Relief Fund of Wellington Coal Mine Explosion	
Completing copying Records for Land Registry Office, New West
Total
Appropriation
2,500 00
2,600 00
1,800 00
1,500 00
2,000 00
350 00
500 00
2,000 00
500 00
200 00
1,500 00
500 00
1,000 00
500 00
1,000 00
500 00
250 00
250 00
500 00
300 00
1,000 00
4,500 00
500 00
2,080 00
200 00
300 00
4,200 00
4,100 00
187 50
2,064 15
5,000 00
100 00
2,500 00
$46,981 65
Total
Expenditure.
$2,523 18
3,709 59
2,295 83
1,429 36
2,014 77
436 75
507 24
3,603 97
281 63
200 00
1,500 00
500 00
1,000 00
600 00
1,060 00
500 00
250 00
250 00
500 00
382 60
1,000 00
1,461 76
62 50
2,133 81
200 00
300 00
4,709 60
4,163 49
187 50
2,077 16
2,002 84
100 00
2,500 00
1,993 20
500 00
82 50
46,849 27
Unexpended
70 64
S,048 24
437 50
Over-
expended.
$ 23 18
1,109 69
495 83
14 77
86 75
7 24
1,603 97
53 81
509 60
63 49
1,993 20
500 00
82 50
6,639 53
Audit Office,
SOth December, 1885.
J. McB. SMITH,
Auditor. 49 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
211
UNPROVIDED ITEMS.
IN EXPENDITURE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED 30th JUNE, 1885.
STATEMENT of Services whose Expenditures have exceeded their appropriation, from 1st
July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885, and for which over-expenditure the sanction of Parliament
is required.
SERVICE.
I.—Public Debt.
Interest 	
Premium and Exchange ..
Discount and Commission.
II.
-Civil Government (Salaries).
Temporary Departmental Assistance.
III.—Administration of Justice (Salaries).
Police and Gaols, Kootenay District,
do. Cowichan,     do.
do. Skeena, do.
do. Okanagan,    do.    ..
IV.—Legislation.
Contingent Fund	
Journals and Statutes binding
-Administration of Justice (other than Salaries).
Expenses of Inquests	
Keep of Prisoners	
Rents	
Special Constables	
Transport of Prisoners and Constables	
VIII.—Education.
Victoria City District 	
Victoria do	
Nanaimo do	
New Westminster City District.
IX.—Transport.
Freight on Remittances	
Travelling expenses of Officers on duty.
XI.—Revenue Service.
Commission, Travelling Expenses, etc.
XII.—Public Works (Works and Buildings).
Asylum for Insane	
Lock-up at Nicola.  	
Government Buildings, Kootenay	
do. Forks of Quesnelle .
Impi'ovement of Government Reserves	
Public Schools, throughout the Province...
Gaol at Clinton	
Lock-up at Spence's Bridge	
Government Office at Lorne Creek	
Government BTouse, Victoria.
Furniture	
Water	
Fuel and Light	
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.
Esquimalt District	
Cowichan	
Victoria-Nanaimo Trunk Road	
Salt Spring Island and Islands at Plumper Pass.
Comox District	
Lorne Creek trail	
Carried forward.
AMOUNT.
9   277 00
40 00
83 77
312 77
893 90
113 33
18 40
1,184 00
5 50
59 27
143 95
1,909 63
219 00
877 74
1,474 30
593 77
29 49
64 08
87 65
127 88
563 49
2,219 37
695 14
12 50
98 50
2 00
8 41
203 50
289 49
0 01
219 50
498 41
117 46
201 61
182 65
62 22
2,394 29
195 56
14 41
247 50
TOTAL.
$     400 77
312 77
2,209 63
64 77
4,624 62
764 99
691 37
2,219 37
1,529 05
817 48
3,096 53
16,731 35. 212
Public Accounts. 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
Brought forward.
XIII.-
-MlSCELLANEOUS.
Advertising	
Stationery	
Postage	
Fuel and Light	
Library—Legislative and Departmental	
do.       Attorney-General's Department	
Refunds	
Telephone service	
Lithographic Maps of British Columbia	
Miscellaneous, not detailed	
Immigration	
Metlakatlah Commission	
Quarantine of Small-pox patients at Nanaimo	
Donation to Relief Fund of Wellington Coal Mine explosion	
Completing Copying Records for New Westminster Registry Office.
Total ,
23 18
L.109 59
495 83
14 77
86 85
7 24
1,608 97
82 60
53 81
509 60
63 49
13 00
L.993 30
500 00
82 60
$16,731 35
6,639 53
$23,370 88
Audit Office,
20th December, 1885.
J. McB. Smith,
Auditor. 49 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885,
213
Lapsed  Balances of Appropriations
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED 30th JUNE, 1885.
STATEMENT of Balances of Appropriations at the credit of the following services, for the
.Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1885, which lapsed by authority of Act 47 Vic, chap. 30,
sec. 1, and Act 48 Vic, chap. 24, sec. 1.
SERVICE.
-Public Debt.
Sinking- Fund
II.—Civil Government (Salaries).
Provincial Secretary and Minister of Mines .
Lands and Works Department 	
Land Registry Office	
Assay Office	
Asylum for the Insane	
III.
-Administration of Justice (Salaries).
Police and Gaols, Victoria .
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
New Westminster	
New Westminster District.
Cariboo	
Cassiar	
Yale and Lytton	
Kamloops    	
Comox	
Lillooet.	
IV.—Legislation.
Mileage	
Registration of Voters
Expenses of Elections
V.-
-Public Institutions (Maintenance).
Assay Office, Cariboo	
VI.-
VII.
-Hospitals and Charities.
Hospital allowance, Cassiar	
In aid of destitute poor and sick   	
In aid of Resident Physician, Clinton .
Convalescent Home, Victoria	
-Administration of Justice (other than Salaries).
Summoning and paying Jurors and Witnesses	
Prosecutions and Interpreters   	
Criminal Punishments	
Rewards	
Miscellaneous 	
VIII.—Education.
Education Office	
Esquimalt District	
Cowichan District 	
Comox District   	
New Westminster District
Hope-Yale District	
Lillooet District	
Cariboo District	
IX.—Transport.
Keep of horses	
XII.—Public Works.
Works and Buildings.
Repairs to Government Buildings and Fences, Mctoria   	
Do. do.                                    New Westminster	
Do. do. Nanaimo 	
Do. do.                                    Yale District   	
Do. do.                                    Lillooet District	
. Do. do.                                    Victoria Gaol 	
Do. do. New Westminster Gaol
Do. do.                                    Richfield Gaol	
Carried forward	
Balances.
S 1,693 86
120 00
475 08
1,200 00
307 77
04
425
04
720 00
08
1,311
25
1,341
98
582
86
120
00
180 00
364 00
42
50
344 00
196 00
352 50
375 00
1,000 00
988
68
442
40
26 74
360
00
621 03
367 45
34
94
174
25
686 27
1,316
23
1,824
35
892
63
369 25
992 71
8 40
1 75
43 16
8 20
164 36
12
100 00
1,318 70
Total.
$ 394 82
3,801 71
4,681 25
750 60
303 75
1,923 60
2,419 75
5,165 37
53 49
19,494 14 214
Public Accounts. 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885.
SERVICE.
Brought forward.
XII.—Public Works.—Concluded.
Works and Buildings.—Concluded.
Furniture for Government Offices	
Insurance of Government Buildings	
Public Schools throughout the Province
Lock-up at Fort Simpson	
Gaol at Lytton (fencing) 	
In aid of Agricultural Institutions   	
Lock-up at Savona	
Do.        Esquimalt  	
Government House, Victoria.
Repairs to Building   	
Fencing	
Improving Grounds  	
Miscellaneous 	
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.
Victoria District	
Victoria and Esquimalt Districts (Bridge Repairs) ...
Nanaimo District (including Nanaimo River Bridge) .
Comox District	
New Westminster District	
Burrard Inlet Trunk Road 	
Trunk Road, New Westminster to Yale	
Yale District	
Lillooet District	
Kootenay District 	
Cassiar District	
Main Trunk Road 	
Trail from Fort Rupert to Quatsino	
Colonization Roads on Vancouver Island	
Ferry on Fraser River, near Soda Creek	
Surveys.
Throughout the Province	
Exploratory Surveys	
-Miscellaneous.
Telegrams	
Premium on Guarantee Bonds  	
In aid of Prospecting and Explorations	
Destruction of Wolves and Panthers	
Compensation to Squatters, pursuant to Report of Select Committee .
Total.
Balances.
S 1,318 70
191 63
531 65
411 17
300 00
38
1,500 00
75
250 00
5 90
75
163 42
16 00
71 97
1,000 00
26 65
200 32
937 76
185 30
388 13
638 18
605 27
344 53
000 00
343 16
16 67
6,682 17
2,500 00
70 64
218 37
3,048 24
437 50
2,997 16
Total.
$19,494 14
4,504 28
186 07
9,182 17
6,771 81
53,734 37
J. MoB. SMITH,
Auditor.
Audit Office,
SOth December, 1885.

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