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 BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
PUBLIC   ACCOUNTS
FOR  the
FISCAL YEAR  ENDED 30TH  JUNE, 1887.
PERIOD FROM 1st JULY,  1886, TO 30th JUNE,  1887
VICTORIA : Printed by Richard Wolfenden, Government Printer
at the Government Printing Office, James' Bay, 51 Vic. Public Accounts, 1st July, 1880, to 30th Junk,  1887.
19
To the Honourable Hugh Nelson,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Youh Honour:
The undersigned has the honour to present the Public Accounts of   British  Columbia,
for the fiscal year ended 30th June, 1887.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
J. H. TURNER,
Minister of Finance.
Treasury Department,
Victoria, \0th December, 1887 51 Vio. Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887. 21
Audit Office,
10th December, 1887.
To the Honourable J. H. Turner,
Minister of Finance.
The undersigned has the honour to present to you  the Public  Accounts to the 30th
June, 1887.
Respectfully submitted.
J. McB. SMITH,
Auditor. 51  Vie. Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1S87. 23
PUBLIC  ACCOUNTS
FISCAL   YEAR   ENDED   30TH   JUNE,   1887.
TABLE   OF   CONTENTS.
Page  27 —       Debt Account :  The Dominion of Canada in account with the Province, for the Fiscal
Year ended 30th June, 1886.
27 —       Subsidy Account, for the Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1886.
25 —       Debentures Outstanding under the British Columbia Loan Acts.
25 —       Loan,  1874; Sinking Fund Account.
26 —       Loan, 1877 ; Sinking Fund Account.
26a—       Receipts and Expenditure; from 20th July, 1871, to 30th June, 1886.    (Table No. 1.)
26b— do. do. from 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.    (Table No. 2.)
26c—       Treasurer in Account with the Province of British Columbia.
26d—       District Returns of Revenue.
24 —       Balance Sheet of the Province of British Columbia
28 —       Expenditure ; Summary.
29- 32— do. Recapitulation.
33-114— do. Detailed.
115-118— Appropriation and  Expenditure ; Statement showing Appropriation ond Expenditure,
also sums unexpended and over-expended.
119-120— Unprovided   Items;   Statement  of  Services   whose   Expenditures   have  exceeded  their
Appropriation.
121-122— Lapsed Balances of Appropriation. 24
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RETURN showing Debentures outstanding under the British Columbia Loan Acts,
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Debentures Outstanding, Loan, 1874, (Payable in 20 Years).
Date of issue on                Date issued from
Debentures.                        Treasury.
Numbers.
Denomination.
Amount.
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Treasury,
10th December, 1887.
Alfred Flett
Deputy Treasurer.
Statement of Sinking Fund, "Loan Act, 1874," deposited with the Bank of British Columbia.
Bate.
Particulars.
Amount.
June          30th, 1884....
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156 86
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December 30th, 1886	
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10th December, 1887.
Alfred Flett,
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EXPENDITURE.
SUMMARY  OF   EXPENDITURE   FOR   THE  YEAR
ENDED    30TH   JUNE,    1887.
[Pebioii from 1st July, 1886, to 30th June,  1887.]
SERVICE.
I.—Public Debt	
II -  Civil Government (Salaries)	
Ill     Administration ol Justice (Salaries)	
IV.—Legislation	
V.—Public Institutions (Maintenance)	
VI.—Hospitals and Charities	
VII.—Administration of Justice (other than Salaries).
VIII.—Education	
IX.—Transport 	
X.    Rent 	
XI.- -Revenue Services	
XII.- Public Works :—
Works and Buildings	
Government House, Victoria	
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves	
Surveys	
XIII.—Miscellaneous.
352 27
171 36
12,745 02
447 05
818,894 85
Total
Expend iture.
$      50 00
2 50
57 03
1,622 79
2,417 59
45 25
* 77,
61
033 64
,753 03
,556 51
,745 69
,833 27
.677 88
,411 IS
,489 21
,861 94
48 50
,321 96
47,897 42
3,026 98
185,417 56
11,314 61
72,918 21
$731,306 44
Audit Office,
10th December, 1887.
J. McB. SMITH,
Audiior.
ERRATUM.
Pag* 49, Total of Vot* No. 52, for $9,585.84, read 89,485.34. 51 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, L887.
29
EXPENDITURE.
 o	
RECAPITULATION OF EXPENDITURE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR
ENDED 30th JUNE   18S7.
[.Pebiod fkom 1st July,  1886, to 30th June,  1880.J
AB.RRAB.S.      EXPENDITURE TOTAL.
I.—Public Debt.
33
33
38
33
S3
32
34
34
34
34
34
34
36
86-
85
36
35
36
36
35
36
36
86
36
3fi
38
36
41
41
41
42
42
42
48
IS
48
43
43
43
48
44
44
9
10
11
12
18
14
14a
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
SO
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
41
41A
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
61
Interest 	
Sinking Fund	
Premium and Exchange ..
Discount and Commission .
II.—Civil Government (Salaries).
Lieutenant-Governor's Office	
Provincial Secretary and Minister of Mines Dei.
do. Printing Branch,
Treasury Department	
Lands and Works Department	
Attorney-General's     do. 	
Land Registry Office	
Legislation	
Registration of Voters	
Asylum for the Insane	
Revenue Services	
Assay Office	
Temporary Departmental assistance	
irtuiclit
do.
*6150.00  I
7628.35   f
III.—Administration of Justice (Salaries).
Supreme Court .
Sheriffs.
County Court 	
Police and Gaols, Victoria .
do. Esquimalt	
do. New Westminster	
do. do. District	
do. Kootenay District	
do. Cariboo        do	
do. Cassiar do	
do. Yale and Lytton	
do. Kamloops	
do. Okanagan	
do. Sirnilkameen	
do. Nanaimo	
do. Cowichan	
do. Comox	
do. Lillooet District 	
do. Vancouver Island (Stipendiary Magistrate).
IV.—Legislation.
Indemnity to Members	
Mileage	
Registration of Voters 	
Expenses of Elections	
Contingent Fund, Telegrams, etc .
Journals and Statutes binding	
Public Institutions (Maintenance).
Printing Office, Victoria  	
Assay Office, Plant and Incidentals .,	
Asylum for the Insane, New Westminster.
VI.—Hospitals and Charities.
Hospital, Victoria 	
do.      New Westminster	
do.       Cariboo 	
do.       Nanaimo	
do.      Kamloops	
Hospital allowance, Cassiar	
In aid of destitute poor and sick	
In aid of Resident Physician at Clinton
Convalescent Home, Victoria	
Carried forward.
58,313 56
18,155 55
90 00
474 44
i 77,038 54
1,600 00
13,778 75
5,803 00
8,945 00
5,040 00
8,500 61
1,450 00
450 00
9,399 98
2,200 00
1,200 00
3,465 69
01,758 OS
2,760 00
2,000 00
900 00
9,562 Oo
840 00
8,781 98
840 00
8,705 76
5,784 00
5,480 00
2,280 00
2,400 00
1,740 00
3,457 77
6,660 00
1,070 00
100 00
4,200 00
875 00
68,656 51
10,772 00
2,819 00
5 00
6,162 54
477 06
510 10
	
20,746 89
2,722 98
379 91
6,730 38
9,888 27
5,000 00
4,500 00
4,000 00
2,500 00
2,500 00
157 08
270 80
750 00
1,000 00
20,677 88
268.599 92 30
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
65
60
68
69
7u
70
70
70.
72
72
76
77
77
77
77
77
77
77
78
78
78
78
78
79
79
79
80
80
80
80
80
40
52
50
53
51
54
52
65
52
56
54
57
54
68
68
59
64
60
62
63
64
65
66
07
OS
09
70
71
72
73
73a
76
79
83
84
85
87
90
91
92
93
100
101
102
103
104
106
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
123a
123b
Brough t forward.
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 	
Esquimau District	
Cowichan      do	
Nanaimo       do	
Comox do	
New Westminster City ....
do. District.
Hope-Yale District 	
Lillooet District	
Cariboo District	
Kootenav District	
IX.—Transport.
Freight on Remittances	
Travelling expenses of Officers on duty.
Keep of Horses	
-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
Asylum for the Insane	
Repairs to Gaol at Victoria	
do. Nanaimo	
Government Buildings, Granite Creek	
do. Kootenay	
Hospital, Carriboo (re-Vote)	
Gaol at Priest's Valley, (removal, fencing, etc)	
Court House, Victoria	
Furniture for Government Offices   	
Improvement of Government Reserves   	
Insurance of Government Buildings	
Public School, Victoria (repairs).
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Lock-up, Richfield
do.       Lillooet	
do.       150-Mile House	
Public School, Pleasant Valley
do. Alberni	
$    109 63
89 67
1,270 00
1 60
142 37
7 00
47 50
44 75
20 00
34 28
238 72
44 00
" 132 26
1,968 is'
40 75
4 60
119 70
do.       (furniture)	
do.       (construction, ward)	
Nanaimo (fencing, etc.) 	
Wellington (repairs)	
South Cowichan (construction and furniture) .
Vesuvius Bay,
North Cedar,
Boundary Bay,
North Arm,
St.Mary's Mission,
Granville,
Kamloops,
Nicola,
Priest's Valley,
Chilcotin,
Bonaparte,
Esquimalt (furniture)	
New Westminster (furniture)	
South Comox (construction and furniture)	
throughout the Province (sundry repairs, &c.) .
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Carried forward.
expenditure
t 9,486 84
4,432 80
1,440 90
556 42
35 00
14,940 24
984 50
6,876 75
6,889 81
4,768 87
8,460 31
17,857 67
5,500 00
2,904 00
7,145 42
12,136 23
2,465 60
5,686 46
15,654 87
12,332 31
1,738 28
3,283 00
325 16
128 95
3,428 63
304 36
689 87
7 10
74 14
379 70
104 53
174 84
21 03
197 98
45 00
1,474 48
750 00
247 60
17,442 90
696 90
1,196 88
2,648 60
174 04
289 27
2,394 12
348 00
100 00
690 00
502 60
599 70
595 00
600 00
673 00
3,604 50
1,565 00
600 00
520 00
400 00
575 00
144 55
227 19
658 65
699 04
749 00
810 00
875 08
752 00
594 00
4,547 43
Total.
4258,699 92
50,411 IS
90,489 21
3,861 94
48 60
7,821 96
45,890 42      410,782 i 51  Vic.
Public Accounts,  1st July,   1886, to 30th June, 1887.
31
82
128c
82
I23D
32
123K
82
123F
32
124
88
125
SS
126
83
127
S3
128
S3
129
83
130
S3
131
86
132
SO
133-
37
134
87
185
88
136
89
137
89
138
89
139
90
140
93
141
94
142
94
143
94
144
98
145
99
146
100
147
101
148
101
149
104
150
104
151
104
152
104
162a
105
163
106
154
106
156
106
150
107
157
108
168
108
159
108
160
109
161
109
162
109
163
109
164
109
165
110
166
110
167
110
168
110
169
110
171
110
172
110
173
110
174
110
175
111
176
111
177
111
178
111
179
111
180
Brought forward   <   $4,547 43
XII.—Public Works (Works and Buildings)—Concluded.
: Public School, Courtenay (completion)	
do. North Thompson (addition)	
i Court House, Kamloops (completion, S559 ; site (3 lots) 8:^00)	
Ottice and residence for Ayent at Forks of Quesnelle (to indemnify W,
Stephenson for extra disbursements) 	
XII.—Public Works (Government House, Victoria).
; Repairs to Government Buildings  91 42
, Furniture  74 94
j Fencing j j	
' Water	
j Fuel an d. Light	
; Improving Grounds | 5 00
1 Gardener	
I Miscellaneous  	
XII. — Public Works (Roaus. Streets, Bridges and Wharves).
Victoria District	
: Esquimalt District (including Sooke bridge)	
: Cowichan District . .   	
; Victoria and Nanaimo Trunk Road	
! Salt Spring Island, and Islands at Plumper Pass	
; Nanaimo District	
, Alberni	
I Alberni (Cameron Lake, Qualicum Pvoad)	
I Comox District (including Denman and Hornby Islands).
■■ New Westminster District	
j Municipalities in New Westminster District	
j Cowichan Municipality 	
: Trunk Rroad, New Westminster to Popcum	
'■ Yale District  ?	
i Lillooet District 	
i Cariboo     do	
i Kootenay  do	
I Cassiar      do	
Main Trunk Road (including Thompson River Bridge)...
j Lillooet Ferry (subsidy)	
! Soda Creek Ferry	
! Colonization Roads, Vancouver Island	
XII.—Public Works (Surveys).
.Surveys throughout the Province.
: Exploratory Surveys	
Geological Survey	
XIII.—Miscellaneous.
' Advertising	
[ Stationery	
i Postage	
i Telegrams	
I Fuel and Light   	
, Library—Legislative and Departmental	
do.       Attorney-General's Department	
Refunds	
j Premium on Guarantee Bonds  	
I Allowance to Officer at Kootenay for cleaning office, horse hire, etc	
j Fire Department, Nanaimo    	
do. New Westminster	
do. Barkerville 	
do. Quesnelle	
. Reporting Judges' Decisions	
j Agricultural Societies	
j Telephone Service	
! British Columbia Agricultural Association, in aid of a Provincial exhibition 	
[ In aid of prospecting and explorations  	
i Destruction of wolves and panthers in settled districts  throughout the
Province 	
j Transport and accommodation of geological collection	
Bonus, New Westminster Railway Branch Line	
, Museum	
: In aid of Militia	
Carried forward  i  18,014 55
313
818
77
26
220
50
275 75
124
20
782
50
28
45
14
62
704
95
38 87
6,022 48
20 60
22 00
19 00
26 25
4 00
11 84
2,63? 96
72 05
1,193 69
EXPENDITURE
Total.
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i s 46,890 42
i
4410,732 66
172 00
226 O'l
869 00
750 00
47,897 4i
397 91
268 03
160 65
530 62
851 82
102 50
j    600 90
137 66
3,026 98
10,470 79
8,016 15
8,866 12
2,953 57
2,220 37
7,996 98
3,000 73
«,262 50
3,778 38
24,681 17
0,000 00
1,000 00
2,000 00
25,661 18
8,069 50
10,212 55
9,011 17
778 67
40,130 81
760 00
200 00
1,361 92
185,417 56
5,044 98
4,382 91
1,886 72
11,814 61
2,144 64
3,109 09
2,500 76
1,592 06
2,218 68
331 65
111 53
1,251 30
184 50
200 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
250 00
250 00
750 00
577 95
1,000 00
1,490 10
110 00
6 25
37,500 00
1,567 15
600 00
59,245 66
658,389 28 32
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
Paoe.
Vote.
Service.
Arrears.
EXPENDITURE
Total.
181
182
188
184
las
No Vote
$18,014 f-6
581 80
298 50
$59,245 66
3,890 54
4,856 37
1,080 17
1,717 22
510 00
1,118 25
500 00
$658,389 2«
118
XIII. —Miscellaneous.—Concluded.
113
118
114
Gratuity to the daughters of the late J. Judson Young, Deputy Treasurer,
114
114
Total	
72,918 21
$18,894 85
731,807 44
J. McB. SMITH,
Auditor.
Audit Office,
loth December
1887. 51 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
33
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, 1887.
[Period from 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.]
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
3   cts.
$   cts.
Bank of B. C, London ..
Various persons 	
Bank of British Columbia
Bank of British Columbia
for B. C. Loan Trustees
Bank of British Columbia
Do. do.
Do. for B. C Loan Trustees
Bank of British Columbia
Bank of B. C, London
Do.                  do.
London Brokers	
C A Vernon	
H Stanton	
FT James	
Hon J Robson ........
T Elwyn	
A Holmes	
H Cathcart	
R Wolfenden    ...
R Butler	
J Pottinger  	
F Partridge	
F Shakespeare	
E Cameron	
R Todd 	
T J Dearberg	
W Baines 	
Pay List	
Hon S Duck	
J McB Smith	
A Flett 	
J K Worsfold	
I.-PUBLIC DEBT.
Vote No. 1. -Interest.
12 months' interest @ 6 per cent, on $727,500, 40 Vic, Chap. 20	
12 do. 7        „ 20,000, 37 Vic, Chap. 21	
Interest on overdraft to 30th June, 1887	
Vote No. 2.—Sinking Fund.
2 per cent, on $727,600, 40 Vie., Chap. 20	
Annual payment on $20,000, 37 Vic, Chap. 21	
Accrued interest on Sinking Fund, 37 Vic, Chap. 21	
Accrued interest on investment of Sinking Fund, 40 Vic, Chap. 20, re
invested in London, £610 16s. lid	
Vote No. 3.—Premium and Eneehange.
Exchange on drafts to London, 40 Vic, Chap. 20	
Vote No. 4.—Discount and Commission.
Commission on payment of coupons, 40 Vic, Chap. 20	
Interest on Sinking Fund remittance (draft 3 days late)	
Brokerage on investment of Sinking Fund, 40 Vic, Chap. 20	
II.-CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).
Vote No. 5.—TAeutenant-Governor's Office.
Private Secretary,
Do.
Messenger,
10 mos.
! $100 1
100
25
Vote No. 6' Provincial S<icretary*and minister of Mines.
Provincial Secretary,
Deputy   do.,
Messenger for all departments,
do.       Lands and Works Department,
12 mos. @ $250 W mo.
12        „       170      „
12        ,, 72.50,,
12        „ 20     „
PrintinglBranch.
Superintendent,
Printer,
do.
do.
do.
Sessional printer, 15th Nov.
do. 15th Nov.
do. 18th Jan.,
do. 15th Nov.
Overtime during session...
12 mos.
12 ,,
12 „
12 „
12 „
1886, to 3rd April, 1887,
1886, to 31st March, 1887,
1887, to 31st March, 1887,
1886, to 30th June, 1887,
) $170 $ mo.
100 „
90 „
80 ,,
80 ,,
t     80 „
80 „
80 „
20 „
Vote No.
-Treasury.
Minister of Finance, 1st July to 16th Oct.,
Auditor,
Deputy Treasurer,
Clerk,
(8 $250 ¥ mo
12 mos. O   170     „
12        „       140     „
12        „        100     „
Carried forward.
43,650 00
1,400 00
13,263 55
58,313 65
14,550 00
543 00
99 95
2,962 60
1,8155 55
90 00
441 00
7 98
25 46
474 44
77,033 54
1,000 00
200 00
300 00
 —
1,500 00
3,000 00
2,040 00
870 00
240 00
6,150 00
2,040 00
1,200 00
1,080 00
960 00
960 00
370 66
362 66
196 12
150 66
308 65
7,628 75
883 00
2,040 00
1,680 00
1,200 00
5,803 00
	
21,081 75 34
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR  WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts
Hon W Smithe	
Hon F G Vernon..
W S Gore	
F G Richards, Jr .
B H John 	
T Kains	
S Phipps	
Hon. A E B Davie
P M Irving    	
C J Leggatt	
R F Tolmie	
H HWootton	
R W Armstrong ..
C E Holt	
J S Clute Jr	
T M Cunningham.
C E Pooley	
T Fell 	
W Atkins	
T Deasy	
H WH Combe....
S Roberts	
H Fry	
H O Wellburn....
G F Drabble	
W H Dempster ...
R J Bentley, M D.
J Phillips	
j F Strong   .   .   ..
H Young	
H H Williams
H Lancaster	
D McCowan	
H Lister	
D Gunn	
F Ross	
F Goodacre	
L Bertram	
J Munday	
I Hume	
C Booth	
C W Jenkinson ...
T H Giffin	
WF McCulloch...
0 Fletcher	
J no Anderson ...
W Atkins	
AC Reddie	
E A Pauline	
V W Smith	
Do	
J W Sinclair	
Do	
Brought forward	
II.-OIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).-Concluded.
Vote No. 8.—lands and Works Department.
Chief Commissioner, 1st July, '86, to 31st Mar., '87, 9 mos.
do. 1st April to 30th June, 1887, 3 ,,
Surveyor-General, 12 ,,
Draughtsman, 2 ,,
do. 7 mos. @ 8120 f mo.,   5 ,,
do. 7 „
Clerk of Records, 12 ,,
Vote No. 9—Attorney-Genera I's Department.
$250 $ mo
250
170
140
125
120
110
,
Attorney-General,
Deputy do.,
12 mos. <a> $250 $ mo.
12      ,,       170     „
Vote No.   10—Land Registry  Office.
Registrar-General,
Clerk,
do.
Deputy Registrar, New Westminster,
Clerk, do.,
12 mos. (a $170 $ mo
do.
do.
do.,
do.,
12
12
12
12
1st July to 31st Aug.,
12th Jan. to 30th June,
140
100
166.66„
100 „
50 „
50      „
Vote No. 11—Legislation.
Speaker, Legislative Assembly	
Clerk, do., 	
Librarian, do., 	
Messenger, do.,	
Vote No.  12 Registration of Voters.
Registrar of Voters, Victoria and Esquimalt Dists., 12 m. @ $12.50 $ m
do., Victoria District, 12 months	
do., Cowichan District, 10   ,,       	
do., do. 2   „        -	
do., Comox District,       6   ,,      	
do., Skeena, 2 years to 30th June, 1887 	
Vote No.  13—Asylum for the Insane.
12 mos. @ $208.38 $ mo
12
75
12
60
12
55
12
55
12
50
12
60
12
45
12
45
12
50
12
40
12
40
4
10
8
10
Medical Superintendent,
Steward,
1st Keeper,
2nd   do.,
3rd    do.,
4th   do.,
5th    do.,
6th   do.,
Night-watchman,
Matron,
Assistant Matron,
Cook,
Washerwoman,
do.
Vote No. 14—Revenue Services.
Assessor and Collector, Victoria City, Victoria and Esquimalt Districts,
12 mos., @$125 imo.
Assistant do. do. do. 2      „ 60     ,,
Collector, Glenora, Cassiar, 6       ,,        100     ,,
Vote No. 14a—Assay Office.
Assayer at Victoria 12 mos. @ $100 ¥ mo.
Vote No. 15 Temporary Departmental Assistance.
12 mos. @ $100 * mo.
4        „        100      ,,
7      „10d. 75     „
25 days @ $2.50 $ day
2.50
Services in Lands and Works Department,
do.       Education Office, 7 mos. @ $80 and
do.       Provincial Secretary's Department,
do. do. do
do. do. do.
)Jmo.
do. Treasury Depart., 8th Nov. to 28th February
do. do. night work ',
do. Attorney-General's Office, 48 days @ $2.50 $ day
do. do. 2 mos. @ $80 $ mo.
Carried forward.
2,250 00
750 00
2,040 00
280 00
1,465 00
840 00
1,320 00
3,000 00
2,040 00
2,040 00
1,680 00
1,200 00
1,999 96
1,200 00
100 00
280 65
600 00
500 00
150 00
100 00
150 00
100 00
62 50
12 60
25 00
100 00
900 00
720 00
660 00
660 00
600 00
600 00
540 00
540 00
600 00
480 00
480 00
40 00
80 00
1,500 00
120 00
600 00
1,200 00
960 00
550 00
62 50
22 50
301 33
20 00
120 00
229 36
21,081 75
1,460 00
460 00
9,399 93
2,220 00
1,200 00
3,465
61,763 ( 51 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st JulyJ 1886, to 30th June,  1887.
35
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
3   cts.
«   cts.
J C Prevost .
B Evans	
J E McMillan . ..
W J Armstrong.
S A Rogera	
H W H Combe.
H B Roycraft	
J W Hutchison	
W Muldoon	
D Driscoll	
E Truran 	
C H F Blake	
A Workman	
J Parsons	
H Brooks 	
D Deasy	
J S Helmcken, M D
E Johnson 	
L J Lewis ....
J D Campbell
C Warwick ...
E L Kirkland
TRFigg ....
D Whiteside.
E A Jenns....
W Moresby ..
.1 McNamara .
W Edwards ..
C R Monk ....
J Burr	
W G Armstrong .
A W Vowell .
S Redgrave .
O G Dennis .
G M Sproat .
J Kirkup  ...
J Miles  	
H Anderson .
Do.
J Bowron 	
Do	
J Lindsay	
I L B McLain	
W Stephenson..
Eli Harrison, Jr
J L Crimp	
Indian Johnny .
R Wilson	
EMetcalf	
T H Giffin	
Allan Graham ..
W B Anderson..
Brought forward	
IIL-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (SALARIES).
Vote No. Hi.—Supreme Court.
Registrar,
Usher,
12 mos. @ 165 q
12        „        65
Vote. No. 17,— Sheriffs.
Sheriff, Vancouver Island,
do. New Westminster,
do.    Cariboo,
12 mos. ® 862.50 $ mo
12        „        62.50      „
12        ,,        41.66      ,,
Vote No. 18.—County Court.
Registrar of County Court, Victoria, 12 mos. @ $80 $ mo.
Vote No. 19.—Police and Gaols,  Victoria.
Superintendent of Police, 12 mos. @ §150 $ mo.
1st Gaoler,
2nd     ,.
3rd     „
1st Convict Guard,
2nd
3rd ,,
4th
Extra       „
Caretaker and night-watchman,
Medical Officer,
Stipendiary Magistrate (disposing of business other than Municipal),
12       „ 25     „
Vote No. 2Q.—J?oHce and Gaols, Esquimalt.
12
100
12
76
12
60
12   ,
80
12
60
12
60
12
60
4   ,
60
12
^72.50
12
33.33
Constable,
do.
2 mos. @ $70 $ mo.
10       ,,       70     „
Vote No. 21 Police and Gaols, New Westminster.
Government Agent,
Assistant       do.
do. do.
Caretaker, &c.,
Registrar,; Supremeand County Courts,
1st Gaoler,
2nd     ,,
1st Convict Guard,
2nd
3rd „
12 mos. @ $133.33 $ mo.
12
6
12
12
12
12
12
9
12
75
75
50
75
100
76
60
Vote No. 22 Police and Gaols, New Westminster District.
Constable, Port Moody, 12 mos. @ $70 $ mo.
Vote No. 23.— Volice and Gaols, Kootenay District.
Gold Commissioner & Stipendiary M., Donald, 12 mos. @ $208.33 $ mo.
Constable and Recorder, Donald, 12       ,, 125
Constable, Donald,                                                 6       ,, 70
Gold Com. and Stipendiary Mag., Farwell, 12       ,, 150
Constable and Recorder, do. 12       ,, 100
Constable, Farwell, 1st July to 10th August, 80
Constable and Recorder, Wild Horse Creek, 11       ,, 100
Constable, Summit, 1 month	
Vote No. 24.—Police and Gaols,  Cariboo District.
Government Agent, Richfield, 12 mos. @ $142 $ mo.
Extra allowance as Gold Commissioner,     do. 12       ,, 30
Constable and Collector, do. 12       ,,       125
ssenger, do. 12      ,,        10
Government Agent, Forks of Quesnelle, 12       ,,       133.33
Stipendiary Magistrate, 12       ,, 41.66
Vote No. 25—Police and  Gaols,  Cassiar District.
Gold Commissioner, Laketon, 12 mos. @ $150 $ mo.
Messenger,                  do., 3 ,, 10 ,,
do.                          do., 9 ,, 10 ,,
Constable and Recorder, McDameCk,. 8 m. @ $25, 4 ,, 75 ,,
do.                  do.       Glenora Landing, 6 ,, 100 „
Gold Commissioner, Lome Creek, 12 ,, 125 ,,
Constable, Fort Simpson, 12 ,, 80 ,,
Carried forward
1,980 00
780 00
750 00
750 00
500 00
1,800 00
1,200 00
912 00
720 00
960 00
720 00
720 00
720 00
240 00
870 00
400 00
300 00
140 00
700 00
1,599 98
900 00
450 00
600 00
900 00
1,200 00
912 00
960 00
540 00
720 00
2.499 96
1.500 00
420 00
1,800 00
1,200 00
105
1,100 00
80 00
1,704 00
360 00
1,500 00
120 00
1,600 00
500 00
1,800 00
30 00
90 00
500 00
600 00
1,500 00
960 00
2,760 00
2,000 00
960 00
9,562 00
8,781 98
5,784 00
45,718 74 36
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
cts.
9   cts.
F Hussey.
G Wise...
W Dodd....
W H Smith.
W Dewdney .
J C Tunstall.
G C Tunstall
A Lindsay...
J Swan	
Do	
A Irwin	
M Bray	
A Dick	
W Stewart	
S Drake	
W Beveridge ...
A Hamilton ....
DCluness, M D.
L T Davis, M D .
D Stephenson ..
W Anderson...
D W Mainguy .
G A Kier	
T Beckinsell.
F Soues...
C Phair ...
W F Allen .
Various members .
Various members.
J Camp
Brought forward.
IIT.-ADMINISTRATION OP JUSTICE (SALARIES).-
Continued.
Vote No. 26.—Police and  Gaols,   Yale and Jsytton.
Government Agent, Lytton,
Constable and Recorder, Yale,
12 mos. @ $110 W mo.
12       „ 80     ,,
Vote No. 27.—Police and Gaols, Kamloops.
Government Agent,
Constable and Collector,
Government Agent,
Constable and Collector,
12 mos. @ $125 $ mo.
12       „ 80     „
Vote No. 28.—Police and Gaols, Okanagan.
12 mos. @ $125 $ mo.
3       „ 80     „
Vote No. 2t>.—Police and Gaols, Sirnilkameen.
Gold Commissioner and S. M., Granite Creek,  12 mos. @ $166.66 $ mo.
Recorder and Collector, do. 3       ,,       125 ,,
Constable, do. 4      ,,        85 ,,
do.        and Recorder, do. 3      ,,       100 ,,
do. do. Feb. 17 to June 30,    100 „
Vote No. 30.—Police and  Gaols, Nanaimo.
12 mos. @ $120 ¥ mo.
12       ,,"        90     „
12       „ 85      „
12       „ 80     „
12        „ 60     „
12       „ 6j      „
20     „
Government Agent,
Inspector of Mines,
Gaoler,
Assistant Gaoler,
Convict Guard,
Constable,
Medical Officer, 1st July, to 19th Nov., 1886,
Do.           20th Nov., 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
Constable, Wellington	
Vote No. 31.—Police and Gaols, Cowichan.
1 mo. @ $50 $ mo.
5      „      60
12       „        60
S Hilton	
J J Sargison	
M Miller	
J H Hawthornthwaite .
C McNiffe	
" Colonist"	
E E Wootton	
W H Saunders	
J Morris	
W H Brooks	
J M Langley	
Constable, Salt Spring Is'and,
Do.      Chemainus, 1st July :o 30fch Nov.,
Do.     Cowichan,
Vote No. 32.—Police and Gaols, Comox.
Constable, Comox, 2 mos. @ $50 ty ni<>.
Vote No. 33.—Police and Gaols, lillooet District.
Government Agent, Clinton,                                 12 moa. @ $125 $1 mo.
Constable and Recorder, Lillooet,                           12       ,,       100     „
Mounted Constable & Collector, 150-Mile House, |12  „ -   125   *,,
Vote^No. 34.—Police and Gaols, Vanconver^Island.
Stip. Magistrate, 1st July, 1886, to 31st Jan., 1887, 7 mos. @ $125 $ mo.
IV.-LEGISLATION.
Vote No. 35—Indemnity to^ Members.
Sessional allowance, 27 members	
Vote No. 30.—Mileage.
From and to place of residence	
Vote No. 37.—Registration of Voters.
Rent of room for holding Court ofJRevision, Victoria District	
Vote No 38.—Expenses of Elections.
Cab hire for H.'Combe, Returning Officer, Victoria City
Services as poll clerk,
Binding,,etc, 26 books of^ballot papers,
Services as special constable,;
do.      poll clerk,
Printing notices for polling station,
Services as poll clerk,
do. do.
do.      special constable,
do.      election clerk, 6 days @ $5 $ day, ]
do.      special constable,
Carried fonoard.
1,320 00
960 00
1,500 00
960 00
1,500 00
240 00
1,999 92
375 00
340 00
300 00
442 85
1,200 00
1,080 00
1,020 00
960 00
720 00
720 00
93 34
146 66
720 00
60 00
300 00
720 00
1,500 00
1,200 00
1,500 00
45,713 74
1 25
5 00
16 25
2 50
5 00
14 00
6 00
5 00
2 50
30 00
2 50
50 00    89 00 13,596 00
2,460 00
1,740 00
3,457 77
6,660 00
1,070 00
100 00
4,200 00
875 00
68,556 51
10,772 00
2,819 00 51 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
37
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears
$      cts.
$   cts.
$     ctS.
50 00
60 00
89 00
5 00
5 00
2 50
5 00
5 00
5 00
0 00
2 50
5 00
2 60
29 95
50 00
46 80
3 87
5 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
10 00
15 00
20 00
5 00
5 00
10 00
5 00
10 00
2 00
20 00
76 00
5 00
3 00
1 60
1 50
4 12
5 00
6 00
5 00
27 50
3 00
5 00
50 00
18 00
27 00
2 50
2 50
2 50
10 00
6 75
25 00
39 37
20 00
12 60
55 00
39 00
SO 00
5 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
8 00
2 00
1 60
2 00
1 75
2 00
15 00
3 00
3 00
10 00
50
5 00
1 00
5 00
1 00
12 50
10 00
15 00
15 00
40 00
1 00
13,596 00
J W Sinclair	
IV.-LEGISLATION.-Co«M»Me<7.
Vote No. 38.—Expenses of Elections.—Continued.
Services as poll clerk,                                                              Victoria City
do.              do.                                                                             ,,
do.       special constable,                                                           ,,
do.       poll clerk,                                                                        ,,
do.              do.                                                                             ,,
do.              do.                                                                             „
do.              do.                                                                             ,,
do.       special constable,                                                           ,,
do.       poll clerk,                                                                       ,,
do.       special constable,                                                           ,,
6 certified copies of voters' list for returning officer,                    ,,
Services as returning officer,                                                            ,,
Ballot boxes and fitting up polling station,                                   ,,
Stationery for returning officer,                                      Victoria District.
Services as poll clerk, Craigflower,                                                  ,,
do.       deputy returning officer, Richmond,                           ,,
do.       poll clerk, South Saanich,                                             ,,
Hire of buggy for deputy returning officer, Richmond,              ,,
Services as deputy returning officer, Craigflower,                        ,,
do.       election clerk,                                                            ,,
do.       deputy ret. officer, N. Saanich, $10; expenses, $10, ,,
Hire of buggy for deputy returning officer, Craigflower,             ,,
Services as poll clerk, Richmond,                                                    ,,
Making 5 ballot boxes,                                                                      ,,
Services as poll clerk, North Saanich,                                            ,,
Rent of room for polling station, Richmond,                                ,,
Meals and keep of horse for returning officer and clerk, Lake,   ,,
Services as deputy ret. officer, S. Saanich, $10; expenses, -$10, ,,
do.       returning officer, $50; expenses, $26,                         ,,
Rent of room for polling station, North Saanich,                         ,,
Meals and keep of horse for returning officer, South Saanich,    ,,
Hack hire for returning officer,                                    Esquimalt District
18 yards of cotton for polling stations,                                           ,,
Stationery for returning officer,                                                      ,,
Services as poll clerk, Parsons's Bridge,   -                                     ,,
do.             do.      Sooke,                                                      „
Rent of room for polling station, Sooke,                                       ,,
J Dillon	
C F Moore	
F V Bodwell	
T E Wooldridge	
E Shade	
H WH Combe	
Do.          	
T Storey	
T N Hibben & Co	
W E Bull	
S Reid	
R Jones	
H G Hall	
J R Tait	
A Hogg	
J C Flett	
D John	
T Fell	
H Wain	
Victoria Transfer Co ....
Shears & Page	
TN Hibben & Co	
J S Muir 	
A Muir	
H W H Combe	
3 certified copies of voters' lists for returning officer,                   ,,
Buggy hire for returning officer,                                                     ,,
Services as                   do.                                                           ,,
do.       election clerk,                                                                ,,
Buggy hire for returning officer, sundry times,                            ,,
Erecting polling booths at Esquimalt,                                            ,,
Meals and keep of horse for ret. officer and clerk, Esquimalt,        ,,
do.                     do.                     do.       Parsons B'dge,    ,,
Rent of room for polling station,                                                    ,,
Making 3 ballot-boxes,                                                                      ,,
Services as dep. return, officer, Metchosin, $5; expenses $5,          ,,
Posting notices,             6 d. @ $3 = $15; mileage $24.37, Cowichan Dist.
Services as election cl'k, 5     ,,     3     15;       ,,           5                     ,,
Making 6 ballot-boxes,                                                                 ,,
Services as returning officer, $50; mileage, $5,                                 ,,
Advertising notices, $9 ; printing, $30,                             Nanaimo Dist.
Ser. as dep. ret. officer, Alberni, $10; convey, ballot-boxes, $20,    ,,
Services as poll clerk, Nanaimo,                                                      ,,
do.       deputy returning officer, North Cedar,                      ,,
do.                  do.              do.        Gabriola Island,                  ,,
do.       poll clerk, Gabriola Island, $5 ; expenses, $5,             ,,
Hire of horse for dep. returning officer to Alberni and return,      ,,
do.   buggy                     do.                twice,                                 ,,
Meal and keep of horse,     do.               at Nanaimo R. Bridge,      ,,
Meal for returning officer and poll clerks,   do.,       during poll,   ,,
Meal and keep of horse for dep. returning officer, Alberni,          ,,
Meal, bed       do.                         do.                       do.                     ,,
do.           do.                         do.                       do.                     ,,
Services as election elerk, $10 ; as poll clerk, Nanaimo, $5,          ,,
Making ballot-boxes,                                                                         ,,
Fitting up polling stations, Nanaimo and Wellington,                 ,,
Services as deputy returning officer, Wellington,                         ,,
Oilcloth for Alberni ballot-box,                                                       ,,
Services as poll clerk, Wellington,                                                  ,,
Conveying screens from     do.,                                                        ,,
Services as poll clerk, North Cedar,                                                ,,
Conveying screen to Nanaimo River Bridge,                                ,,
Printing ballot papers, etc.,                                                Comox District
Services as poll clerk, Comox, $5; assist, to count votes, $5,          ,,
do.       dep. ret. officer, Denman I., $10; post, notices, $5,       ,,
do.      poll clerk, Denman I., $5; allow, for expenses, $10,      ,,
do.       returning officer,                                                            ,,
Rent of room for polling station,                                                 ,,
J R Tait	
J J Austin	
J T Howard	
Price &. Graham	
Do.             	
T Storey	
H Fry, Jr	
H 0 Wellburn	
H Fry	
" Free Press" 	
R Whitfield   	
W Quinn	
A Shaw, Sr	
H E Peck	
C Karst	
SGough	
J W Stirtan	
Do	
Do	
E D Michael	
J Hill   	
G G McDonald	
W M Halliday	
J F Drabble	
1,070 11
13,696 00 38
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
" British Columbian "...
IV— LEGISLATION— Continued.
Vote No. 38.—Expenses of Elections.—Continued.
Printing ballot papers,                                                        New West. City
Services as election clerk,                                                                ,,
Printing and advertising,                                                  New West. Dist.
Stamps and stationery for returning officer,                                  ,,
Conveying ballot-boxes to Surrey,                                                  ,,
Services as deputy return, officer, P. Moody, $10 ; expenses, $4,,,
do.       poll clerk, Vancouver,                                                   ,,
do.       dep. return, officer, Richmond, $10; expenses, $7.50,,,
Rent of house for polling station, Matsqui,                                  ,,
Services as poll clerk,                                                                        ,",
do.       deputy returning officer, Matsqui,                               ,,
Conveying ballot-boxes, $9 ; expenses, $4,                                     ,,
Fare of dep. return, officer, Vancouver to New Westminster,     ,,
Making ballot-boxes, 19 @ $2,                                                         ,,
Conveying ballot-boxes from Shortreed's to York's,                     ,,
Fares of Returning Officer Hughes distributing ballot-boxes,     ,,
Services as          do.            $76 ; expenses, S9,                               ,,
do.        deputy returning officer, Alder Grove,                         ,,
Conveying ballot-box and expenses,                                                ,,
Rent of room at Brownsville, 3d. @ $5,                                            ,,
Services as Special Constable at counting of votes,                      ,,
do.       deputy returning officer, Sumas,                                  ,,
Conveying ballot-box and expenses,                                               ,,
Services as poll clerk, Burton's Prairie,                                          ,,
do.       deputy returning officer, Burton's Prairie,                 „
Conveying ballot-box and expenses,                                               ,,
Services as poll clerk, Hall's Prairie,                                               ,,
do.       deputy returning officer, Hall's Prairie,                     ,,
Conveying ballot boxes and expenses,                                           ,,
Services as poll clerk, Upper Sumas,                                              ,,
do.              do.      Lehman's,                                                     ,,
do.       deputy returning officer, Upper Sumas,                     ,,
Conveying ballot box and expenses,                                               ,,
Services as deputy returning officer, Lehman's,                            ,,
Conveying ballot box and expenses,                                               ,,
Services as deputy returning officer, Moodyville,                          ,,
Conveying ballot-box and expenses,                                               ,,
Services as poll clerk, Moooyville,                                                   ,,
do.        election clerk, 16 days @ $3,                                            ,,
do.       deputy returning officer at Agassiz's,                          ,,
Conveying ballot-box and expenses,                                               ,,
Services as poll clerk, Port Moody,                                                  ,,
do.       deputy returning officer, Langley,                              ,,
Conveying ballot-box and expenses,                                            ,,
Services as poll clerk, Langley,                                                            ,,
do.       deputy returning officer, Maple Ridge,                      ,,
Conveying" ballot-boxes and expenses,        do.                                   ,,
Services as poll clerk,                                   do.                                ,,
do.            do.          Trenant,                                                             ,,
do.       deputy returning officer, Trenant,                               ,,
Conveying ballot-box and expenses,      do.                                ,,
Rent of room for polling station, Hall's Prairie,                           ,,
Services as deputy returning officer, Chilliwhack,                        ,,
Conveying ballot-box and expenses,       do.                                   ,,
Services as deputy returning officer, Surrey, $10; expenses, $7, ,,
do.       poll clerk,                             do.                                      ,,
Tape,
Services as deputy returning officer, Surrey, $10; expenses, $9, ,,
Special messenger with ballot-box to Richmond,                          ,,
Conveying ballot-box,                                                                        ,,
do.                                                                                         ,,
Buggy hire for deputy returning officer Jacques,                          ,,
Ser. delivering ballot-boxes, 2d. @ $2.50, $5 ; expenses, $5,        ,,
Services as poll clerk, Richmond,                                                ,,
do.       dep. ret. officer, Boston Bar, $10 ; expenses, $7.65, Yale Dist.
Conveying ballot-boxes from Kamloops to Shuswap, return,       ,,
Five padlocks,
Delivering proclamations at Okanagan Mission,                            ,,
Services as dep. returning officer, Emory, $10 ; expenses, $5,     ,,
Padlocks and hinges for ballot boxes,                                             ,,
Repairing ballot boxes and making new ones,                               ,,
Services as poll clerk, Yale,                                                              ,,
do.       deputy returning officer, Cache Creek,                       ,,
do.       poll clerk,                                do.                                  ,,
do.       deputy returning officer, Ashcroft,                              ,,
do.       poll clerk,                                do.                                  ,,
Delivering ballot boxes between Kamloops & Hope, per agre't., ,,
Conveying ballot boxes to and from Coutlie's,                              ,,
do.                      do.                      Granite Creek,                     ,,
do.                      do.     Spallumcheen, Okanagan, Rock C,   ,,
Special messenger to dep. returning officer, Spallumcheen,        ,,
Services as dep. ret. officer, Spallumcheen, $10; mileage, $2,       „
50 00
■    1,070 11
10 00
5 00
44 92
14 00
5 00
14 00
5 00
17 50
5 00
5 00
10 00
15 00
1 00
3s 00
5 00
3 50
84 00
10 00
14 00
15 00
3 00
10 00
13,596 00
" British Columbian "...
TR Pearson & Co	
A J Hill	
J Kidd	
C B Sword	
S E Maclure	
Do	
J Wise 	
H Hoy	
R Shortreed	
Do	
J Punch	
G W Chadsey	
Do	
Do	
15 50
5 00
10 00
20 50
5 00
10 00
7 00
5 00
5 00
10 00
14 00
10 00
15 00
10 00
8 00
5 00
48 00
10 00
20 66
5 00
10 00
16 00
5 00
10 00
8 00
5 00
5 00
10 00
10 50
5 00
10 00
15 50
17 00
5 00
1 00
19 00
8 00
50
50
5 00
10 00
5 00
17 65
Do	
A M Brown	
Do	
W M Campbell	
J H Shirley	
T F York	
Do	
Do	
A N C King 	
Do	
W TMcGrath	
Do	
G Rawlinson ..   	
Do	
Do	
R Blake	
C F Green	
Do	
H F Thrift	
H Webb	
Do	
R Reid	
J Cunningham & Co	
BB Smith	
W B Townsend	
W R Lewis 	
OD Sweet	
10 00
1"88
36 00
J A Mara	
15 00
12 97
11 50
5 00
10 00
5 00
10 00
5 00
J Park	
S Shay	
R Scott	
70 00
35 00
40 00
W Scott	
130 00
20 00
12 00
50 00
2,263 68
13,596 00 51 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
39
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
8    cts.
50 00
2,268 68
10 00
17 50
10 00
5 00
2 50
10 00
16 00
10 00
5 00
10 00
5 00
15 00
15 00
10 00
5 00
12 50
10 00
10 00
5 00
10 00
10 00
22 00
6 00
10 00
20 00
10 00
40 00
25 00
6 00
6 00
65 00
11 00
5 00
10 00
32 00
30 00
10 00
5 00
1 00
76
8 57
2 60
6 50
10 00
6 00
20 00
5 00
10 00
5 00
17 50
20 00
7 00
10 00
5 00
15 00
7 00
10 00
7 00
10 00
20 00
7 00
18 00
7 00
10 00
7 00
10 00
7 00
10 00
7 00
20 00
15 25
7 45
2 50
3 50
15 00
76 00
61 70
5 00
55
5 00
10 00
13,596 00
IV.-LEGISLATION.- Continued.
Vote No. 38.—Expenses of Elections.—Continued.
Paid poll clerk $5; rent of room $5, Spallumcheen, Yale District	
Services as dep. ret. officer, Okanagan Lake, $10; mileage, $7.50,,,
Paid poll clerk $5 ; rent of room $5,   do,                                       ,,
Services as poll clerk, Priest's Valley,
Erecting poll booth,           do.                                                           ,,
Services as deputy returning officer, Lytton,                                ,,
do.                do.           Keremeus, $10; paid messengers $6, ,,
do.                do.           Granite Creek,                                       ,,
do.       poll clerk,                  do.                                                 „
do.       deputy returning officer, Hope,                                    ,,
do.       poll clerk, Hope,                                                            ,,
do.       dep. ret. officer, Shuswap, $10; eonv. ballot box, $5 ,,
do.       election clerk, Shuswap,                                               ,,
do.       deputy returning officer, Duck's,                                ,,
do.       poll clerk, Duck's,                                                         ,,
do.       dep. ret. officer, Savona, $10; fitting up booth, $2.50 ,,
do.                  do.           Quilchena,                                            ,,
Special messenger, Okanagan Mission to Spallumcheen,             ,,
Deputy returning officer, Nicola,                                                     ,,
do.                 do.       Coutlie's,                                              „
Services as poll clerk,           do.                                                       „
do.     dep. ret. officer, Okanagan Mission, $10; mileage $12 ,,
do.     poll clerk,                             do.                                        ,,
Services as deputy returning officer,                              Lillooet District
do.                               do.               $10; rent of room, $10,         ,,
do.                             do.                                                              ,,
do.                             do.       $10; conveying ballot boxes $30 ,,
do.       election clerk, 5 days @ $5,                                          ,,
do.       poll clerk,                                                                  ,,
do.             do.      $5; conveying ballot boxes, $1,               ,,
do.             do.        5;                    do.               $60,              ,,
Printing ballot papers,                                                                „
Printing list of additional voters,                                                    ,,
Rent of room for polling station at Big Bar,                                 ,,
Conveying ballot boxes from Lillooet to 21-Mile House,              ,,
do.                 do.             Dog Creek to Haller's,                   ,,
do.                 do.             Big Bar to          do.                       ,,
do.                  do.              Empire Ranch to Big Bar,              ,,
do.                  do.    to Lake La Hache,                                      ,,
Lock,                                                                                                   ,,
Wax, tape, sacks, etc.,                                                                      ,,
Repairing ballot boxes,                                                                     ,,
Special messenger with delayed ballot boxes,                             ,,
Rent of room for polling station, Lac La Hache,                           ,,
Services as poll clerk,                                                                  ,,
do.       deputy returning officer, $10; rent of room, $10,       ,,
Rent of room for polling station, Dog Creek,                                ,,
Services as deputy returning officer,                                              ,,
do.       poll clerk,                                                                        ,,
Charges on ballot boxes                                                               ,,
Services as election clerk,                                                        Cariboo Dist.
do.       poll clerk, 150-Mile House,                                        ,,
do.        deputy returning officer, 150-Mile House,                   ,,
Rent of room for polling station at Soda Creek,                          ,,
Services as dep. ret. officer, Alexandria, $10; rent of room $5,    ,,
do.       poll clerk,                  do.                                                 ,,
do.       deputy returning officer, Quesnelle,                            „
do.       poll clerk,                                do.                                  ,,
do.       deputy returning officer, Chilcotin,                           ,,
Conveying ballot box, and expenses,       do.                                  ,,
Services as poll clerk,                                do.                                  „
do.       dep. ret. officer, Soda Creek, $10, pd. messenger $8,   ,,
do.       poll clerk,                do.                                                  ,,
do.       deputy returning officer, Harvey Creek,                     ,,
do.       poll clerk,                                    do                                „
do.       deputy returning officer, Keithley Creek,                   ,,
do.       poll clerk,                                       do.                           ,,
do.       deputy returning officer, Stanley,                               ,,
do.       poll clerk,                            do.                                  „
Posting notices,                                                                            ,,
Charges on ballot boxes and papers,                                               ,,
Sundry messages,                                                                              ,,
Canvas for covering ballot boxes,                                                    ,,
Services as special constable, Richfield,                                          ,,
Printing ballot papers,                                                                      ,,
Special stage from Ashcroft to Barkerville with writ,                  ,,
Conveying ballot boxes from Kamloops to Donald,          Kootenay Dist.
Stamps for returning officer,                                                            ,,
Freight on election papers, Donald to Farwell,                           ,,
Rent of room for polling station, Windermere,                           ,,
Services as poll clerk, Golden City, $5; fitting up polling place $5 ,,
Carried forward    .
F Bennett	
Do	
E J Offerhaus	
J McKay	
T Daley	
A Lindsay	
J Wardle	
J Derwent	
A McBryan	
J C Tunstall	
J Duck	
R McKinnon	
R Megaw	
T Wood	
J  Clapperton	
A D Green-Armytage ...
T Leduc	
B Lequime	
A W Smith	
S L C Brown 	
D Stoddart	
DB BuUard	
" Columbian"	
" Inland Sentinel"	
D Hurley	
J Haller	
E Bell & Co	
F W Foster	
McClellan & Co	
W Cummings	
W Lee	
W H Wright	
H Hinck	
W Abel	
Dominion Express Co . ..
J McKerr	
H Bird	
A Barlow	
R A Collins	
Do	
T Meldrum	
J Nutt	
F Littler	
R Greig	
J K Bell	
F Littler	
BC Express Co	
Dom Gov't Telegraph...
S J Sincock	
B C Express Co	
E Conner	
Postmaster, Donald
Dominion Express Co...
50 00
3,284 95
13,596 00 40
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE
f   cts.
J Brearton	
S Redgrave	
J M M«Leod	
Do	
J C VanHemert	
F W Avlmer	
CPE,'	
W H Lilley	
Do	
Do	
WDoulI	
J Cranston	
Do	
G H Bresswell	
F P Armstrong	
G E Manuel	
W A Dean	
CPR Telegraph	
Indian Alexander	
II Anderson   	
Indian Joe	
W Ferine	
J Kirkup	
AD SMcClennan	
Do. 	
A Olson	
W II Norris	
A Fenwick	
Str "Duchess"	
" Inland Sentinel"	
W French	
W Doull	
Fred Baker	
A Tolmie	
J K Gilbert	
M K Morrison	
H W Wilkinson	
Str "Barbara Boscowitz
L Stelz	
T Wright	
E Nicholas	
W Duncan	
J Rudland	
C Ryan	
G Lockerby	
RH Hall	
Hudson Bay Co	
Do. 	
Do. 	
J Taylor	
C Price	
C Snaggs	
II Sheppard	
G Kitsilas	
J Alexis	
J Cuthbert	
J Rood.        	
J Spence 	
W Jenkinson	
E Higgins	
OF Vogt	
J Eckersley	
RT Williams	
Langley & Co	
RT Williams	
J W Stirtan	
A R Lindsay	
II E Peck	
M Manson	
C Karat	
J Haslam	
M Halloran	
R Curtis	
E Moon	
F Clements	
P Nicholas	
D S R Roberts	
D Little	
A Tranfield	
Brougk t forward	
rV.—LEGISLATION.—Conl&wued.
Vote No. 38.— Expenses of Elections.—Continued.
Conveying ballot boxes from Donald to Golden City,      Kootenay Dist.
Paid expenses, do. do.
Services as deputy returning officer, Summit, 4 days at $5,
Travelling expenses, do.
Services as special constable, Summit, during polling,
do.       dep. ret. officer, Windermere, 4 days @ $5,
Fare of do. Redgrave, Donald to Farwell,
Services as do. at Field, 2 days at $5,
Rent of room, $5; expenses, §10.50, Field,
Stationery for returning officer,
Conveying ballot box, Donald to Lower Kootenay, and return,
Services as deputy returning officer, Big Bend, 13 days @ §5,
Travelling expenses, do.
Stationery for returning officer,
Convey'g ballot boxes, etc., Golden City to Wild H. C. (3 trips)
Services as election clerk,
Ferrying Dep Ret. Officer Doull and horse, sundry times,
Sundry messages,
Bringing in horse for Deputy Returning Officer Anderson,
Paid for horse hire,
Special messenger to Boundary with ballot boxes,
Services as poll clerk, Wild Horse Creek,
Expenses incurred as deputy returning officer, Farwell,
Making 10 copies of list of voters, alphabetically, 20} days,
Stationery, $6; travelling expenses, $20,
Making forms of " Claim to Vote,"
Taking Proclamation to Big Bend,
Services as dep. ret. officer, Kootenay L., including all expenses.
Passage and meals   do.      Doull to Donald with ballot box,
Printing ballot papers,
Services as dep. ret. officer, Cranbrook, $10; hire of room, $5,
Board and lodging for messenger at Wild Horse Creek,
8 ballot boxes,
Services as poll clerk, Laketon, Cassiar District.
do.       deputy returning officer, Naas River,
do.       poll clerk, Aberdeen,
do.       election clerk, 2 days @ -S3,
Freight on ballot box,
Messenger with ballot boxes to Cassiar,
Conveying returning officer on Skeena River,
Services as poll clerk, Naas River,
Rent of office for polling station, Metlakatlah,
Services as election clerk, 2 days @ $3,
Lodging for returning officer at Metlakatlah,
Engrossing candidates' names on ballot papers,
Hire of boat for ret. officer, 15 d. <c? $L=*15; stamps, S3,
Paid Callbreath & Co. for conveying ballot boxes, Telegraph
Creek to Laketon and back,
Conveying returning officer to Naas River, $20.50; forwarding
Proclamations to Naas River and Cassiar, $28,
Prov. for ret. officer, messenger & crews, stationery & locks,
Conveying ret. officer. Ft. Simpson to Lome C. & return,
Hire of canoe and crews for messenger to Cassiar,
Conveying ballot box from Naas to Fort Simpson,
do.       letter to Skeena River,
do.       ballot box from Lome Creek to Fort Simpson,
do.       messeng. fm Wrangel to Telegraph C. & F. Simpson
Services as deputy returning officer, Inverness,
Making 7 ballot boxes,
Services as poll clerk, Inverness,
Conveying ballot boxes from Skeena River to Metlakatlah,
Services as poll clerk, Lome Creek,
do.       deputy returning officer, Aberdeen,
Freight and expressage on ballot boxes to registrar's office,
Rubber Stamps,
Ink for     do.
Rubber stamps for ballot papers,
Services as deputy returning officer, Wellington, $10; fitting up booth
$1, Nanaimo District (bye election)
Services as poll clerk, do.
Hire of horse and buggy for dep. ret. officer, Wellington,
Services as dep. ret. officer, Nanaimo R., $10; horse hire, $2.50,
Meals for r. officer & poll elks, Nanaimo Ct. House, during poll,
Taking screen to Nanaimo R. polling station and back,
Meals for d. ret. officer and poll clerk, Nanaimo R., during poll,
Meals, bed, & horse feed for d. ret. officer & poll clerk, Alberni,
Meals, do. do.
Meals, bed, and horse feed, do. do.
Keep of horses, do. do.
Posting Proclamation, Gabriola Island,
Board and lodging for dep. ret. officer, Alberni,
Assisting dep. ret. officer to and from Alberni, 8 days @ $4,
Carried forward	
50 00
3,284 9b
10 00
4 90
20 00
18 SO
3 00
20 00
7 90
10 00
15 50
2 10
100 00
66 00
61 80
3 78
120 00
17 50
'6 00
18 09
2 00
2 00
21 00
5 00
17 20
76 00
26 00
4 00
35 00
75 00
6 00
7 00
15 00
8 00
16 70
10 00
10 00
5 00
6 00
1 50
70 00
21 00
5 00
5 00
6 00
4 00
10 OO
18 00
50 00
48 50
69 02
64 00
101 00
5 00
8 50
15 00
102 00
10 00
15 00
6 00
10 00
5 00
10 00
1 00
19 50
11 25
41 40
11 00
5 00
5 00
12 50
1 50
1 00
1 00
4 00
2 00
2 00
8 00
4 50
5 00
32 00
13,596 00
50 00
4,962 49
13,596 00 51 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1880, to 30th June, 1887.
41
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
9   cts.
50 00
2 50
4,962 49
50 00
5 00
15 00
5 00
20 00
40 00
21 25
5 00
39 00
15 00
15 75
1 00
127 25
26 00
48 50
30 50
15 00
5 00
2 50
14 00
5 00
18 00
9 00
14 50
5 00
26 00
6 50
5 00
22 50
5 00
83 00
114 00
6 30
15 00
115 00
10 00
12 00
15 00
5 00
12 50
125 00
10 00
5 00
10 00
15 00
5 00
10 00
10 OO
5 00
13,596 00
IV.—LEGISLATION—Cowled.
Vote No. 38.—Expenses of Elections.—Concluded.
Services as deputy returning officer, Alberni, $10;conveying box to and
from Alberni", $40,                              Nanaimo District (bye election)
Services as poll clerk, Nanaimo River,                                            ,,
do.       dep. ret. officer, Gabriola Island, $10; expenses, $5, ,,
do.       poll clerk, Nanaimo Court House,                               ,,
Hire of man and horse to Alberni, posting proclamations, 4
days @ $5,                                                                                   ,,
Hire of horses for dep. ret. officer and assistant to Alberni
and back, 8 days @ $5,                                                              ,,
Provisions & horse feed for d. ret, officer, en route to Alberni,   ,,
Services as poll clerk, Nanaimo Court House,                               ,,
Advertising and printing,                                                                 „
Services as election clerk, 2 days, $10 ; poll clerk, Nanaimo
Court House, $5,                                                                         ,,
Making 9 ballot boxes,                                                                      ,,
Taking screens to and from Wellington,                                         ,,
Services as r. officer, $50; mileage, etc., £77.25,   Cowichan (bye election)
Printing ballot papers,                                                                            ,,
Services as election clerk, 6ds. at $3, =$18; mileage, etc.,$30.50,,,
Services as poll clerk, Duncan's, $5; post, notices, &c, $25.50,   ,,
do.       dep. ret. officer, Chemainus, $10; rent of room, $5,   ,,
do.       poll clerk,                  do.                                                ,,
do.       special constable,     do.                                                ,,
do        dep. ret. officer, Maple Bay, $10; conveying box, $4 ,,
do.       poll clerk,                   do.                                                ,,
do.       dep. ret. officer, Somenos, $10; conveying box, $8,   ,,
dn.       poll clerk,               do          $5; mileage, $4,               ,,
do.       dep. ret. officer, Ganges Harbour, §10; mileage $4.50 ,,
do.       poll clerk,                     do.                                             ,,
do.       dep. ret. officer, Burgoyne Bay, $10; con. box, $16   ,,
do.       poll clerk,                     do.             $5; mileage, $1.50 ,,
Hire of room for polling station, Maple Bay,                                ,,
Services as dep. ret. officer, Mayne I, $10; conveying box, $12.50 ,,
do.       poll clerk,              do.                                                    ,,
Taking proclamation to Nicola, $8, and ballot boxes to stations between
Kamloops and Granite Creek,                  Yale District (bye election)
Taking ballot boxes to stations between Kamloops & Osoyoos,  ,,
Sealing wax and stationery.                                                                   ,,
Services as dep. ret. officer, Okanagan, $10; hire of room, $5,     ,,
Taking proclamations to Osoyoos and Keremeous,                       ,,
Services as deputy returning officer, Vale,                                    ,,
do.              do.           Emory, $10; posting proclamations $2 ,,
do.              do.           Duck's, $10; hire of room, $5,              ,,
do.       poll clerk,           do.                                                        ,,
do.       election clerk,                                                                ,,
Delivering ballot boxes at stations between Kamloops & Hope ,,
Services as deputy returning officer, Lytton,                                ,,
do.       poll clerk, Granite Creek,                                             ,,
do.       deputy returning officer, Savona's,                             ,,
do.              do.            Spallumcheen, $10; hire of room, $5   ,,
do.       poll clerk,                  do.                                                ,,
do.        deputj' returning officer, Shuswap,                               ,,
do.                            do.                  Robb's,                                ,,
do.       poll clerk,                              do.                                    ,,
Vote. No. 3if.— Contingent Einul, Telegrams, &c.
Supplies for refreshment room, Legislative Assembly, $200 ; stamps, $1
do.       Secretary to Committee on Railways, 10 days @ $5 ^ day..
E D Michael	
D S R Roberts	
W LLeBallister	
Do	
"Free Press"....  	
J W Stirtan	
H 0 Wellburn	
H Fry, Jr	
E B McKay	
D W Mainguv	
A J Bell        	
J W Flett	
F Foord   	
W M Williams	
J Puetz         	
R Scott	
W H James	
Do	
D McQuarrie	
J Duck	
T F Fawcett	
A G Bourgeat	
W H Holmes	
T Leduc	
E J Offerhaus	
Alex McBryan	
6,162 54
T Fell	
C W Wallace	
201 00
100 00
50 00
48 50
19 30
10 50
9 75
2 50
5 00
2 50
3 00
15 00
10 00
M & H A Fox	
L C MeAdams	
F LTuckfleld	
Subscription to "Colonist" (3 copies) during Session   	
C McCormac	
" Mainland Guardian " ..
do.             "Guardian"         do.                           do.   (1886)	
Carriage hire for Lieutenant-Governor and Naval Officers at opening
T Cudlip	
Vote No. 40.—Journals and Statutes Jiinding.
477 05
168 00
45 00
135 00
66 00
96 10
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
510 10
20,745 66
52 50 42
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
C P N Co	
Mrs Holmes	
Collector of Customs
Harder, Luse & Co..
Palmer & Rey	
T N Hibben & Co ...
M W Waitt & Co....
B C Stationery & P'tg Co
P M McQuade & Sons
Langley & Co	
A Ofner 	
Albion Iron Works..
Welch, Rithet&Co .
Wells, Fargo & Co
Bank of B C	
M Miller 	
J Barnsley 	
W McDowell	
D Bamfleld	
T N Corder	
Victoria Transfer Co
Langley &. Co
E G Prior ...
W J Sutton.
Neufelder & Ross ..
D McPhaden	
Kelly Bros	
Elliott & Harvey...
R Dickinson   	
W H Vianen	
J Johnson 	
J M Wise	
D S Curtis & Co ...
W J Jeffree	
J Ellard&Co	
W Ross 	
C J Major	
J Cunningham& Co
R Law   	
Wintemute Bros ...
CG Major	
J Ellard & Co	
T Ovens	
Str "EP Rithet"..
J Moore	
G Duffy	
J M Wise	
H W Wright	
CPR	
J J Gavin	
L J Lewis	
C C Tilton	
H Green	
E M Furstenau	
E J Tronson	
J Duck	
J T Edwards	
A J Kirkpatrick ...
Brought forward	
V. -PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).
Vote No. 41.—Printing Office.  Victoria.
Freight on printing material	
Washing towels	
Duty on printing material	
Type, etc	
do	
Paper 	
do	
do	
'Oil and cotton waste   	
| Lye and emory paper	
Matches, brooms, soap, and coal oil
Repairing engine and press	
Freight on printing material	
Express charges on    do. 	
Exchange on draft    	
Sharpening paper cutter	
2 keys	
Cartage	
Expressage	
do	
do	
Vote No. 41a.—Assay Office, Plant and Incidentals.
Sundry chemicals	
Charcoal, coke, and sundry apparatus.
Express hire, etc	
Groceries 	
do	
Bread 	
do	
Meat and vegetables
Fish	
Milk	
Vote No. 4*2.— Asylum for the Insane,  New  Westminster
Provisions.
Coal and wood.
Medicines.
Drugs and prescriptions
Clothing.
Blankets, clothing, boots, etc.
Shawls, etc	
Boots, etc	
Gingham, ticking, etc	
Furniture.
Buckets, crockery, cutlery, etc
Castings for stove	
Bedsteads	
Poles and curtains	
Carpet	
Repairing range	
Transport of Lunatics and Keepers.
Passage, room and meals for Con. Moore and lunatic, Victoria to New
Westminster, and return of constable	
Services taking lunatic to New Westminster, 2 days @ $2.50...
Conveying Constable Moore and lunatic to Asylum	
do.       lunatic to Asylum	
do.       lunatic from Spallumcheen to Priest's Valley	
Fare and meal of lunatic, Kamloops to Moody	
Services taking lunatic from Priest's Valley to Kamloops	
do. 2 lunatics to New Westminster,     4 days @ $2.50.. .
Hire of team for conveyance of lunatic to Spallumcheen	
Services in charge of lunatic	
Board and lodging for lunatic and keeper at Spallumcheen	
Hire of team for conveyance of lunatic and keeper to Kamloops....
Meals for do. 	
Meals, bed, and horse feed for do. at Kamloops	
do. do. do. at Grand Prairie.
Carried forward	
Arrears.
* ,cts.
$ cts.
2 50
6 00
18 00
86 15
58 50
370 62
597 50
806 75
670 39
26 25
45 95
3 25
11 74
25 78
25 78
7 20
11 00
1 65
1 50
1 00
1 50
50
1 50
1 00
282 88
95 78
1 25
109 63
67 61
5 26
67 50
14 23
17 50
6 00
15 00
6 00
2 50
1 00
8 00
17 00
10 00
10 00
2 60
5 00
6 00
26 00
2 50
9 00
10 00
$ cts.
2,722 !
879 91
4,293 06
899 65
67 00
128 60  9,156 22 51 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 80th June, 1887.
43
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
cts.
$    cts.
$   cts.
Brought for l
V.-PUBLIC   INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).—Concluded,.
Transport of Eanatics and Keepers.—Concluded.
L Bereier  Services in charge of lunatic to New Westminster,     9 days (a S3 $ day
C P N Co    jPassage. meals, and room, Con. McNeil and lunatics, to New Westinh;
ster, and return of constable (twice)	
J Gates 'Conveying lunatics to Asylum	
B Eickoff
C McDonald   	
D Neil 	
Jno French 	
Mainland Transfer Co .
C P N Co 	
Str R Dunsmuir	
J Rankin   	
OPE	
W Jack 	
J T O'Brian	
D Whitely	
C Brown 	
Postmaster, New West ..
J E Lord	
T R Pearson	
D Lyal	
P Collins	
D M Ferry & Co	
T Birmingham 	
C PN Co	
LRMcInnes, M D	
TRMcInnes, M D	
C N Trew, M D   	
G Samson, MD 	
D McLean, M D 	
W A DeWolf Smith, M D
J McLean, M D  	
G L Milne, M D 	
L T Davis, M D  	
R O'Brian, M D  	
R Ward & W M Chudley
W H Keary, Treasurer ..
J Stone, Secretary	
Donald Smith, Secretary
J Mcintosh, Secretary ..
TShotbolt	
Callbreath, Grant & Cook
F Devoe	
Louise Richer ....
Mrs Rule	
D Irwin	
G Armand	
W Ventura   	
G S Holloway ....
W Jensen 	
W T Thomson ....
G J Wallace	
W Murphy	
Str Spallumcheen.
J A Montieth	
E J Tronson	
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Passages, etc
do
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
keepers and lunatics, bet. Victoria and N. W., sundry times
do. Nanaimo to New Westminster..
Board and lodging,    do. at New Westminster	
Fare of Con. Lewis and lunatic, Port Moody to New Westminster ..
Services taking lunatic to Asylum, 2 days at 82.50 & day
Conveying lunatic and keeper from Hospital to wharf, Nanaimo ...
Services taking charge of lunatic at Granite Creek.    3 days @ S3 $1 day
Miscellan co r.v.
Cow	
Rent of P. 0. box, 1 year 	
Burial of 5 patients	
Stamps  	
do	
Manure for garden	
Seeds        do. 	
Plants 	
Freight on plants	
Examining 4 persons as to sanity.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
2
10
1
1
5
2
3
1
1
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
VI.-HOSPITALS and charities.
Vote No. 43.—Hospital,\Victoria.
Grant in aid   	
Vote No. 44—Hospital, New Westminster.
Grant in aid	
Vote No. 45.—Hospital, Cariboo.
Grant in aid	
Vote No. 40.—Hospital, Nanaimo.
Grant in aid           	
Vote No. 47.—Hospital, Kamloops.
Grant in aid .
Vote No. 48.—Hospital Allowance, Cassiar.
Drugs, etc	
Freight on drugs, etc., Victoria to Laketon   	
Vote No. 49.—In aid of Destitate Poor and Sick.
Grant in aid	
do	
do	
do	
Board and lodging for destitute and speechless man	
Nursing J. Costa, do. sick, 5days@S2.50
do.     J. Rodey, do. sick, Granite Creek, 16    ,,       $3
Supplies,       do. do. do.
Board, do. do. do.
Meal and bed for Con. Tunstall, taking sick pauper'to Kamloops Hospital
do. do.
do.
Conveying
Taking
Fare
do.
do. do.
do. do.S5,fareS7.50
do. Priests V. to Spallumcheen
Carried forward	
9,156 22
30 00
14 00
1 00
1 00
3 60
2 00
1 00
92 50
20 00
4 75
3 40
5 00
1 00
9 00
343 65
65 00
5 00
75 00
5 00
5 00
8 00
8 40
13 00
1 00
20 00
10 00
50 00
5 00
5 00
25 00
10 00
15 00
4 00
4 00
333 40
9,833 27
5,000 00
4,500 00
4,000 00
2,500 00
2,500 00
130 30
26 28
157 08
26 00
60 00
25 00
25 00
2 50
12 50
48 00
11 55
20 75
1 00
1 50
16 50
12 60
10 00
270 80
18,927 88 44
Public Accounts, 1st July, 188G, to 30th June, 1887.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
»   ct».
109 53
89 67
18,927 88
Mark S Wade, M D...
VI.-HOSPITALS AND CHARITIES —Concluded.
Vote No. .TO.- In <tid of Resident Physician at Clinton.
10 00
10 80
10 80
50
30 90
9 00
2 00
14 00
1 50
1 50
7 20
7 20
4 50
8 40
4 50
2 25
8 40
89 67
40 40
3 75
56 25
3 00
3 00
16 65
11 26
5 00
6 00
8 00
29 20
6 00
2 00
5 00
17 60
19 42
10 00
4 00
4 00
5 00
5 00
91 80
2 60
12 50
2 50
12 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
3 00
5 00
8 00
32 50
32 50
32 50
17 50
17 50
9 70
9 70
237 55
14 00
2 00
2 00
805 85
48 00
15 50
20 00
4 00
3 00
21 16
1,964 80
Vote No. 51.  -Convalescent Home, Victoria.
1,000 00
VII.-ADMINISTEATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER than
SALARIES).
Vote Vo. 52.—Summoning A paying Jurors *£• Witnesses.
20,677 88
J S Sandford .
W O'Brien	
J Madden	
do.                Brennan, 2 days @$3 = $6; travelling exp. $4.80
do.                       do.       2    ,,            3      6;               do.            4.80
T M Hamilton	
Witness fee, re stage robbery, 5 days @ $3 = $15; mileage §15.90	
do.              murder at Hautier's Ranch, 3 days @ 83	
Searching for box stolen from H. B. Co., Hope, required for evidence..
PCody  	
Pay List (Indians)	
do.       Regina v. Ah Ging,                            82.50; expenses, S4.70
do.                       do.                                               2.50;         do.        4.70
do.       Regina o. Moffatt & McLeod,                        2 days @ $2.25
do.                         do.                travelling ex. 82.40; 2   „          3.00
do.                           do.                                                       2    ,,           2.25
do.                           do.                                                       1    ,,           2.25
do.                         do.                travelling ex. 82.40; 2   „          3.00
Expenses incurred by N. W. Mounted Police finding and sending to
C McMillan	
A Wolfe	
W H Reeve	
B M Deane, Supt & Adjt.
C PR	
Fare of 4 witnesses, Lytton to Port Moody, re murder near Lytton	
C PR	
Fare of McAlister, witness, re murder of Gillies, P. Moody to Kamloops
Petit juror, Kamloops Assize, 3 days @ $2=86; mileage, $6.25  	
L W Hutton	
do.                        DeRose,                   3 davs @ $3; expenses $20.20
do.                       Jim,                         1 day         2;       do.          3.00
Kitty Howson	
J S Bell	
C A Lawrence	
do                               do.                              1 ,,               2;        do.           3.00
do.                      DeRose,                 7 days      2.50	
do.                           do.                            6    ,,            2;        do.          7.42
do.                                   'do.                2    ,,           2	
do                                        do.                2    ,,            2	
J J Wood
W H Keatley	
Meals, bed, and horse keep for Sheriff Phair en route to Clinton Assize
do.                     do.                     do.       attending              do.
do.                       do.                       do.                                         do.
Horse hire,                                             do.                                      do.
M J Martley	
C Phair	
N Lee
C Kent.   .
do                         Celina,            2   ,,           2.50	
Chinaman Tommy	
S J Tunstall  M D
do.                        Sydney,           7   ,,           2.50;   expenses   $15.00
do                             do.              7   „           2.50;          do.       15.00
do.                               do.               7    ,,            2.50;           do.        15.00
do.                        Webber,          7    „           1.00;          do.       10.50
do.                           do.             7   „          1.00;          do.       10.50
do.                    Ah Sing,            2   „           2.50;           do.         4.70
do.                           do.                   2    ,,           2.50;           do.          4.70
Do.   Alick	
C McMillan	
E Connell	
R Scott.
J Todd ..
Do.
C Baillie ..
do.                             do.                       4   ,,          2; expenses $13.16
F J Ralph	
199 20 51 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
45
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
cts.
I   cts
Brought forward
M Craigan	
A Ennis	
M P Stewart	
L W Hutton	
C Lawrence 	
G W Terry	
C O Broekway	
B McCue	
Indian Richard	
Do.   Joe	
Do.   Doctor	
Do.   Allan	
L Howson	
C Howson	
Indian Frank	
J Stanner	
Kee Yen	
L O Powers	
F Devlin 	
W T Davis 	
F R Glover	
A F Hautier	
N Shakespeare, J P
C Hayward, J P ...
E A Praeger, M D .
H WH Combe	
Indian Bazille	
H Wood	
J Kirkup	
H Waitt, M D	
Ling Yen	
Ah Chung	
Ah Kee 	
Ah Kang 	
Ah Hoe	
Ah Lue 	
Ah Lui	
Yak Lin	
G L Milne, M D  ...
F VanHoorst	
Mary VanHoorst...
Minnie VanHoorst .
J W Martin  	
C Martin   	
R Sloan	
D McKenzie	
H T Hardy   	
L E Ferguson 	
M Wilkinson	
B Turner  	
M Stewart	
PFarrall  	
G Smith	
Pay List	
M Drainard	
E A Praeger, M D .
Do.
J O'Brien 	
G N Kirk 	
Pay List	
R O'Brian, M D  ...
R Scott 	
A Crombie	
J Harvey  	
G F Drabble	
R T Carwithen	
J Berkeley   	
I Davis	
R Cessford   	
S J Piercey 	
J Robb  	
DH McNeill	
Indian Mary ^
R Williams   	
Ah Gee 	
Ah Goon   	
Wing Goon	
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).—Continued.
Vote No. 52.—Summonimf & paying Jurors & Witnesses
Continued.
Witness fee, Regina v. DeRose & others,    7 days @ $3 ; expenses $6.90
3;
3;
2;
2.50;
3
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
2.
19.40
20.20
7.60
2.30
expenses $3 .
do.       3 .
do. do.
do. do. 5   ,,
do. do. 5   ,,
do. do. 4   ,,
do. do. 6   „
do. do. 1   ,,
do. do. 2   ,,
do. Ah Toon & Ah Fook, 3   ,,
do. do. 3   „
do. do. 2   „
do. do. 4   ,,
do. do. 1   ,,
do. do. 1    ,,
do. do. 1    ,,
do. do. 1   ,,
do. Jim, 1   ,,
do. Ah Shoey, 1    ,,
do. Hudson and others, 4   ,,
do. do. 4   ,,
do. do. 7   ,,
Meals for jury, Lytton Assize	
Services as selector of jurors, Victoria Fall Assize
do. do. do.
Witness fee, Regina v. DeRose, 5 days @ $4=$20; trav. expenses $31.70
Supplying voters' list for selection of jurors	
Witness fee, Regina v. Tibadean, 3 days @ §1=$3; expenses $11 .
Sum. jurors, Kamloops Assize, $23; mileage $29; attend. Court, 3 d. @ $3
Trav. expenses, settling with Dainard & Johnson, witnesses, Reg. v. Kelly
2 .
1;
1;
1.
1
2;
2;
1;
2 .
1;
2;
3.
3.
2; expenses $26.32
expenses $5.50
do. 5.50
do.        3.20
do.
do.
50
26.10
Witness fee, Regina v. Ah Wong,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
1 day.
$1; trav. expenses $3.00
1;        do. 50
1;
do.
Oil
do.
2.00
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Tai Ho,
do.
sundry cases
Davis,
do.
do.
Ah Sing,
do.
McGoveran,
do.
do.
Sufferin,
Webb,
do.
do.
Hughes,
do.
Jurors, Victoria Fall Assize	
Balance on settlement of witness fee, Regina v. Kelly	
Making chemical and microscopical examination of clothing of DeRose.
Conolly, and Wright '.	
Making post-mortem examination of exhumed body of Dillman, $200
travelling expenses, $90 (for purposes of evidence, Reg. v. DeRose.
and others, Lytton Assize)	
Hire of chairs for jury room, Kamloops Assize	
Serving summons at Minnie Lake, re Regina v. Sydney	
Jurors, Nanaimo Fall Assize   	
Witness fee, Regina v. Embleton,
expenses $1.25.
do. 1.26.
do.       25.70.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
McKelvey,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do,
Kanalth,
do.
Tom,
Lee Hung,
do.
do.
lday	
„ eg $2; expenses, $7.25
2
7
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
2
5
2
3
2
2
2;
2  .
2;
2;
2;
2;
2;
2;
2;
2;
1;
2;
2;
1;
1;
7.25
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
6.00
6.00
6.00
5.00
6.00
6.00
6.00
6.00
5.00
2.50
Carried forward.
199 20
27 90
2 30
34 40
35 20
15 60
17 30
3 00
4 00
6 00
6 00
2 00
4 00
7 50
7 50
4 20
2 00
1 50
28 10
12 00
12 00
40 32
13 00
5 00
5 00
51 70
5 37
14 00
61 00
5 00
4 00
6 00
1 60
1 00
6 00
1 00
4 00
2 00
2 00
8 00
2 00
2 00
1 00
2 00
2 00
3 25
3 26
33 70
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
2 00
2 00
133 30
290 00
6 00
5 00
420 10
4 00
11 25
11 25
14 OO
30 00
30 00
30 00
30 00
30 00
30 0C
30 0C
10 OC
10 OC
4 0C
6 6C
2 0C
2 00
3,949 74 46
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
L T Davis, M D
W Renwick, M D ...
T Hirst 	
R Evans    	
A Mouat   	
W L Jeffrey	
E VanHouton 	
E Pimbury   	
Indian Johnny	
W L LeBallister ....
H E Peck 	
J Degnier	
J Harvey, J P	
M Bate, J P	
ENRyCo	
A Morgan 	
J Walsh	
J D Preston	
W M Seeley 	
Indian Harry   	
Do.   Elizabeth
R Moffatt 	
T Morris	
C French   	
W A Wood	
T B Spring	
J Fenton   	
R Hannigan	
J Maloney	
Indian Cecile	
Do.   Charley
Do.   Sarah   	
W Wittmayer    	
J DeWitt    	
F Devlin	
T J Jaynes   	
Indian Betsey	
Do.   Jennie	
E Bradshaw	
C N Trew, M D
G C Webster, J P   ..
Pay List	
W L Fagan   	
T S Hall, M D	
A Peele 	
J McLaren	
J Graham	
Colonial Hotel, N W
Jno Flewin	
W Coburn	
H Rhodes	
J Petersen    	
G McKay  	
W M N Jones, M D
J H Gray, Jr   	
G Pittendrigh, J P..
W D Ferris, J P ....
B Kearns  	
A McLean, J P	
TShotbolt, J P	
C F Moore	
C Mayers...   	
J Roussan	
D McBroom	
G Myers	
Mock Bon	
A R Partridge	
H M Cooper, M D ..
W Cassidy	
J McFarlane	
J Turner   	
Tom Chue	
Mock Sing 	
W H Vianen	
E P Hamilton	
D McLean, M D 	
M Whited	
J Ogilvie   	
Jan Wakstrom	
CT Carroll   	
Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).—Continued.
Vote No. 52.—Summoning & paying Jurors & Witnesses
Continued.
1 day (
1 „
2 ,,
2    „
$4
4;
2;
2;
2;
Witness fee, Regina v. Le Hung,
do. do.
do. Baldwin,
do. do.
do. do. 3
do. O'Brian, 3
do. Embleton, 2   ,,       2;
do. do. 2    „        2;
Canoe hire for Con. Drake, summoning jurors 	
Hire of buggy for M. Bray do.        witnesses	
do. Con. Drake,     do.        jurors	
Services with canoe, serving summons at Gabriola Island.
do.     as selector of jurors, Nanaimo Assize	
do. do. do. 	
Fare of Con. Stephenson, witness, Regina w. Embleton .
Witness fee, Regina v. McDonald,
$8.00
do.
do.
5.25
5.25
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
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do.
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do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
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do.
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do.
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lday@$2
1
2
17
17
1
2
3
4
3
3
3
3
6
2; travellingexp.,$2
2	
1 	
1	
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2; travelling exp., $2
2;
2;
2;
2;
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1;
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do.
do.
do.
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do.
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do.
do.
Wendle
do.
do.
Nelson,
do.
O'Connor,
McCallum,
Shannon,
Stott,
do.
do.
do.
do.
Dick,
do. 6
do. 6
O'Connor, 3
do. 3
McDonald, 4
McCallum, 1
Nelson, 1
Kennear, 2
Ah Foon, 2
DeRose, et. al.,  5
Services as Selector of Jurors, New Westminster Assize
Jurors, do. ....
Witness fee, Regina u. McDonald	
do. Nelson	
do. McDonald	
do. Shannon, 3 days @ 82; expenses $2
do. Wendle,   S   ,, 2;       do.       2
Lunch for Jury, New Westminster Assize	
Expenses at C. Mudge searching for evidence, re murder Dring & Miller
Hire of buggy for Constable Drake summoning jurors 	
Witness fee, Regina «. Baldwin, 3 days @ $2; expenses $8 	
Juror, New Westminster Assize	
Board for Indian witness	
Witness, Regina v. Embleton, $4; expenses $11.25	
do. O'Brian, 3 days @ $2	
Services as selector of jurors,' New Westminster Assize, 2 days	
do. do. 	
Fare for witness, Port Moody to Suspension B. & ret., $23.80; exp. $6..
Drafting jurors, Victoria Assize, 6 days	
do. do. 6   ,,    	
Ruling two jurors' books and entering names
199 20      3,949 74
do. 2
do. 2
do.        23.70
Witness, Regina v. Shearer,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Dempster,
Shearer,
do.
Ching Jung,
Dempster,
Shearer,
Lee and others,
do.
Shearer,
Ling Jung,
do.
Shearer,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
3 days.
3   „    ■
5   ..
4
2
3
S4;
expenses $2.00
($4;
2;
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2 .
1;
2 .
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2 .
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2 .
2 .
2 .
expenses $1.00
do.        1.50
expenses $2.00
Carried forward.
4 00
4 00
4 0C
4 00
14 0C
6 0C
9 25
9 25
1 OC
3 OC
4 0C
2 50
6 00
5 0(1
5 25
2 OO
2 00
8 00
4 00
17 00
17 00
2 00
6 00
8 00
16 00
8 00
8 00
8 00
8 00
8 00
8 00
8 00
8 00
8 00
10 00
4 00
1 00
4 00
6 00
43 70
6 00
120 70
2 00
4 00
2 00
8 00
8 00
6 00
26 50
4 00
14 00
3 00
8 25
15 25
6 00
10 00
5 00
29 80
30 00
30 00
45 00
6 00
6 00
10 00
8 00
6 00
6 00
24 00
9 00
13 50
4 00
2 00
4 00
12 00
12 00
24 00
12 00
12 00
12 00
12 00
199 20     4,828 69 51 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
47
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
C N Trew, M D   	
W Hardman	
J Fitzgerald	
J McDonald	
A E Shannon   	
J Simpson	
W Pybus   	
T Robertson	
C Stanley 	
M Bussanich	
C Kent  	
J Hannah	
Alf Barber	
C Clausen	
T McNeelev	
E Sutherby 	
J R Sutherby 	
W Beckman   	
Indian Charlie	
Do.   Jimmy	
Do.   Louis   	
Do.   Victor	
Do.    Johnny   ....
J Clough   	
J M Stewart	
Do	
H Roxberry	
A Falexano  	
E P Hamilton	
W A DeWolf Smith, M D
Pay List	
J Kirkup   	
CPR	
A Tremblay	
Indian Elizabeth	
J W Wood	
L Fullardean   	
W Manning 	
Indian Johnny	
R O'Brian, M D 	
T L Davis, M D ....
E A Praeger, M D ..
T L Davis, M D
J Degnier	
M Bate, J P	
E A Praeger, M D ..
G Tippet   	
M E Dansereau   ...
R O'Brian, M D
W W Walk em, M D
R Scott	
W McN Jones, M D
Kate Jackson   	
J Graham	
La Loon	
Ching Sang 	
Ah Wing   	
Wing Doi Chung....
J Beaven   	
Indian Jim    	
Do.    Louisa	
Do.   Charley  ....
Do.    Wilson	
Nan Foy   	
H G Peck 	
J Harvey, J P   	
R Cessford	
E Priest, C E   	
J Harvey 	
J Davis 	
G F Drabble...	
S JPiercy	
W H Grieve	
J Robb	
J Berkeley	
R T Carwithen	
W H Piercy	
T Millar	
T O'Connell	
Brought forward
VII.
-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SAL ARIES).—Continued.
Vote No. 52.
-Summoning & paying Jurors <G Witnesses.
Continued.
Witness fee, Reg. v. Lee and others,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Shearer,
do.
Lee and others,
do.
5 days (ft 84 .
3 „ 2 .
3    ,,          2 .
6 ,, 2;
10;
4;
expenses $1.50
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
1.50
1.50
3.25
1.50
6.00
1.50
1.00
1 50
1.50
1.00
1.50
1.50
1.00
2.00
2.00
do.
do.
do.
2.00
2.00
7.00
do.
do.
4.50
2.00
do
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Williams
do.
do.
do.
do.
Walsh,
Kinnear,
Walsh, 3   ,
Shearer, 6   ,,
do. 5   ,
Edson, 2   ,
Williams, 1   ,
Jurors, New Westminster Spring Assize	
Paid fare for witnsss    	
Fare of witness, Donald to Golden and return
Meal and bed for witness at Golden ..'■••..
Witness, Regina v. Phillips, 11 days @ $11; expenses, $22.00
Messenger with subpoenas to overtake Okanagan stage
Hire of horse for J. H. Wood do.
Meals and bed for Con. Irwin, serving subpcenas	
Services as guide do. do. ....
Assisting to make post-mortem examination on body of Indian woman,
murder on Denman Island (for purposes of evidence)	
do. do. do. do.
Witness in Police Court, re murder of Indian woman, Denman Island
do. do. do. do.
Summoning jurors, Gabriola Island	
Drafting jurors, Nanaimo Assize	
Witness in Police Court, re murder of Chinawoman on Denman Island
Witness, Regina v. Milne ....
do. do.
do. Embleton,
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. Ah Jim,
do. do.
do. Ah Fat,
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. Mamakon,
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. Lee Hung,
Buggy for constable, summoning witnesses
Drafting jurors, Nanaimo Assize	
Witness, Regina v. McKelvay,    12 days, $24; expenses $6
2 days, $4; expenses $6.00.
2
2
2
2
4
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11
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0.75.
1.00.
8.00.
24.00.
24.00.
6.00.
7.50.
6.00.
6.00.
5.50.
5.50.
3.00.
5.50.
1.00.
do.
do.
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do.
do.
do.
do.
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do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Jones,
Milne,
48;
do.
12
5
14
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
6
4
Carried forward.
28;
24;
24;
24;
24;
24;
24;
24;
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
828 69
20 00
6 00
6 00
13 50
2 00
13 50
13 50
11 25
13 50
9 00
13 50
11 00
13 50
13 50
11 00
13 50
13 50
11 00
4 00
4 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
6 00
6 00
13 00
12 00
14 50
6 00
4 00
693 90
7 20
2 40
1 50
33 00
4 00
2 00
1 50
1 50
10 00
10 00
4 00
4 00
1 00
5 00
4 00
2 00
10 00
24 00
12 75
7 00
24 00
40 00
40 00
8 00
9 50
8 00
8 00
8 00
16 50
16 50
7 00
17 60
2 00
13 00
5 00
30 00
79 50
10 00
34 00
30 00
30 00
30 00
30 00
30 00
30 00
30 00
10 00
8 00
555 19 48
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
cts.
8   cts.
G McAllister	
E A Praeger, M D
T L Davis, M D   	
PNile	
Indian Jack	
Do     Dick	
Do    Bob 	
Do    Adam 	
Do    Kitty   	
Do    Jennie	
Do    Charley   	
Do    Mary   	
E VanHouten 	
E Pimbury   	
A Crombie   	
J Webb	
J E Jenkins	
Mrs Drew	
L Drew 	
E Drew	
A H Home   	
A Rapier     	
J Young	
T Bradley	
G Norris   	
J Scales   	
M A Akenhead	
J Rodello 	
W Akenhead, Jr	
W Hinkaman   	
J H Scales	
Pay List	
M Strong  	
J Jamieson   	
M Naumann	
Indian Frank  	
H Wood	
R F Anderson	
John Dean 	
J A Schubert   	
P Nelson	
Indian George	
Lin Tai 	
Indian Na-Hon-Cheen
Ah Loy	
Lee Chung	
Wing Choon	
Chung Tong	
D W Smith	
Indian Johnny	
Pay List	
Indian Jimmy	
B C Express Co	
A Bishop	
H Murray  -
Indian Margaret	
Do   Jemmie	
J Tinker	
J R Williams	
T C Harris	
Sing Kee	
Ho Sang 	
A Twentyman	
Ah Sam	
J H Place	
F Brown	
W L Meason	
H Higginbotham	
Pay List	
Marshall & Smith	
C Phair   	
E Allen	
M Vesey	
J Mundorf	
P Eagan	
J McKay	
R Dickinson, J P	
J Cunningham, J P .
Colonial Hotel	
J R Sutherby	
Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).—Co ntinaed.
Vote No, 5%.—Summoning & paying Jurors & Witnesses
Continued.
Witness, Regina v. Omeqush,      1  day	
do. do. 6   ,,'   	
do. do. G   „    	
do. do. 12    „   $24; expenses $6 ■
do. do. 12   ,,     12;       do.       3	
do. do. 12    „      12;        do.        3  	
.   do. do. 12   „     12;       do.       3	
do. do. 12   „     12;       do.       3	
do. do. 12   „     12;       do.       3	
do. do. 12   „     12;       do.       3	
do. do. 12   „     12;       do.       3	
do. do. 12    „      12;        do.        3	
do. Embleton,     3   ,,    	
do. do. 3   ,,    	
do. do. 3    ,,       (i; expenses $1	
Meals for jury, Regina v. Omeqush	
Witness, Regina v. Omeqush,      1 day	
do. Embleton,     2   ,, 	
do. do. 2   „ 	
do. do. 2   „	
do. Milne, 1   ,, 	
do. do. 1    ,,	
do. do. 1   „ 	
do. do. 1   ,, 	
do. do. 1   ,, 	
do. do. 1   ,,	
do. do. 1   ,, 	
Summoning witnesses at Comox  	
Witness, Regina v. Milne, 1 day	
do. Embledon, 2 days @ $2 ; expenses 50c	
do. Milne, 1 day	
Jurors, Nanaimo Spring Assize	
Hire of horse serving subpoenas	
Serving subpcenas in Ashinola George case  	
Summoning witness for Kamloops Assize	
Witness, Regina v. Ashinola George, 8 days, $8; expenses, $7	
Deputy Sheriff at Kamloops Assize, 3 da\s, $9; summoning wit., $73.25
Witness, Regina v. Carment, 1 day	
do. Johnny, 5 days, $15; expenses, $35.65	
Hire of messenger with summons to Penticton	
Meals for jury, Kamloops Assize	
Witness, Regina v. Ashinola George,        8 days,   $S;   expenses, $ 7
do. Ah Kim, 10   „       10; do.       12
do. Ashinola George,      10    „        10; do. 8
do. Ah Kim, 10   „       10; do.       12
do. do. 10   „        10; do.        12
do. do. 10    „        10; do.        12
do. do. 10   „       10; do.       12
do. Bertrand, 12   „        30; do.        50
do. Ashinola George,       8   ,, 8; do. 7
Jurors, Kamloops Spring Assize	
Serving summons at Bridge R	
do. do.	
do. Lillooet District	
do. Dog Creek	
Witness, Regina v. Quil-a-Quil, 5 days $ 5;   expenses, $ 5
do. do. 5   ,,'       5; do. 6
do. Long Sin, 5   ,,       15; do.       10
do. do. 5   „       15; do.       10
do. do. 5   ,,       15; do.       10
do. do. 5   „ 5; do.       10
do. do. 5   ,, o; do.       10
do. AhChong, 5   „       15; do.       11.50
do. do. 5   „ 5; do. 5
do. do. 5    „        15; do.        11.50
do. do. 3   „        9; do.        7.50
do. do. 11   „       33; do. 7.50
do. do. 7   „       21; do.       17.50
Jurors, Clinton Spring Assize	
Meals, bed, and horse feed for Sheriff Phair, attending Clinton Assize
Hire of horse, do. 	
Meals and bed, do. serving summons	
do. and horse feed,        do. do.
do. do. do. do.
do. do. do. do.
Deputy Sheriff at Lytton Assize, 14 days, $42; expenses, $53.75
Drafting jurors at New Westminster	
do. do. 	
Meals and beds for juries, New Westminster Spring Assize	
Witness, Regina v. Crawford, 1 day	
Carried forward	
199 20
199 20
6,555 19
2 00
24 0C
24 OC
30 0C
15 00
15 00
15 0C
15 0C
15 0C
16 00
15 00
15 00
6 00
6 00
7 00
7 00
2 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 50
2 OO
4 50
2 00
379 9C
10 60
25 00
2 50
15 00
82 25
2 50
50 65
20 00
7 00
15 00
22 00
18 00
22 00
22 00
22 00
22 00
80 00
15 00
290 35
3 00
50
48 00
48 00
10 00
11 00
25 00
25 00
25 00
15 00
15 00
26 50
10 00
26 50
16 50
40 50
38 50
178 20
10 00
10 50
2 00
2 50
1 00
3 00
95 75
5 00
5 00
171 50
2 00
8,814 29 52 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886. to 30th June, 1887.
49
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
8   cts.
F Robinson	
J McFarland	
J Simpson 	
Laidlaw & Co	
C Freund	
D Barlow 	
C Cardinal 	
Indian Charley....
Do   Jim	
L L Henaff   	
J Miller	
J Sprott	
J S Matthews	
M Clarke  	
C Stanley 	
J Bath   	
J Cook   	
W T Collinson
Indian Jim	
Do   Dan   	
C N Trew, M D   ..
G Anderson	
ZSHall	
Ewen & Co   	
J M McLean, M D
L R Mclnnes, M D
D McKay  	
J Gray     	
H Sampson 	
F Baker	
W Hollins	
G DeShaw	
J MeCaffery
H C M Ridley
Lee	
C Fisher	
H Smith   	
G Babbington ....
Ah Own	
Ah Sam	
Ah Ching	
P Jones 	
C Gabriel 	
J L Partnande....
W R Wilson	
Pay List	
RJollibois	
E & N R Co	
Indian Charlev ...
C Eekert .	
Lung	
W R Jackson   ....
D M Eberts    ..
WW Spinks	
A E T D McElmen
Corbould & McColl
WW Spinks	
C Wilson   	
Corbould & McColl
L Fallardean	
G Baillie     	
G Cicero	
R McMurphy   	
Mou Sing 	
Indian Sam 	
Moi Ching	
E Stout	
Wong Long 	
W Michell	
C P Ry 	
Ah Ching 	
Ah Yam	
Ah Fin   	
B Babagliati	
Brought forward	
VII.-ADMINISTRATION  OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).— Continued.
Vote No. 52—Summoning & paying Jurors & Witnesses
Concluded
Witness, Regina o. Crawford, 1 day ..
do. do. do.' ..
do. do. do.   ..
Hire of steamer for conveying witnesses to New Westminster .
Witness, Regina v. Crawford,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
3 days, $6; expenses £1.00
4
1 day
3 days
3
do.
5.00
$12; expenses SI.50
1 day
3 days,
3   ..
1 day
2 days
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
8.00
11.50
3.50
3.50
1.00
1.00
Shearer,
do.
Ah Jim,
do.
Lee and Freund,
Clark v. Regina,
do.
do.
do.
Regina v. Crawford,
do.
Robson,
do.
do	
do	
Crawford, 1 day      	
Serving summons for New Westminster Assize, §2; expenses, $2
Making plaster cast (for evidence), Regina v. Crawford	
Hire of steamer " Adelaide," conveying witnesses to New Westminster
Witness, Regina v. Shearer, 4 days	
do. do. 5   ,,	
Canoe for Constable Anderson summoning witnesses on Naas River
Board at Fort Simpson as witness, Regina v. Snow
Witness, Regina v. Hutson,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
' Beehive'
do.
do.
do.
do.
Wing Ah Chow,
do.
Glenn,
do.
do.
Ching Ah Ting,
do.
do.
Ah Hip,
do.
McDonald,
do.
Saloon, $12.50	
7 days, $14: expenses, $7.25
7   „       14;       do. 4.50
7    „       14;       do. 4.50
7   „
3    „
1 day.
3 days,
3   „
do.
do.
2.50
48.30
do.
do.
do.
do.
1.50
1.60
1.50
3.00
$6; expenses, $7
4; making plan of
Jurors, Victoria Spring Assize	
Expenses from Sooke as witness, Regina v. Elliott	
Fare of witness	
Canoe for constable, serving summons on James Island	
Hack, do. do.        	
Searching water closets (for evidence), re murder of Dring and Miller.
Hack for constable to Saanich for witness	
Vote No. 53.—Prosecution and Interpreters.
Services as Crown Counsel at Mainland Assize, fall 1885-86, spring 1886
do. do. Richfield Assizes	
do. do. Nanaimo Assize 	
do. do. New Westmins'r Assize, spring & fall 1886
do. do. Kamloops Assize	
do. do. Newr Westminster Assize	
Additional expense caused to accused, Regina v. Rogers, by change of
venue from New Westminster to Victoria	
Services as interpreter, sundry cases	
Board and lodging at Lytton for Interpreter Cicero, re murder of Dillman
Services as interpreter at Lytton, do.
do. New Westminster 	
do. Richfield, Regina v. Ah Wong	
do. Cowichan Court	
do. Lytton      do	
do. Yale do	
do. do. do	
do. Regina v. DeRose and others,      9 days @
Fare of Interpreter Cicero, Moody to Lytton and return	
Services as interpreter in sundry cases at Kamloops	
do. at Lytton Assize, 5 days @ $2.50; trav. exp. ,$3.10
do. at Yale      do	
do. at J. P. Court, Lytton 	
Carried forward.
199 20!  8,814 29
2 00
2 00
2 00
10 00
7 00
IS 00
2 00
3 00
3 00
15 50
14 00
11 50
5 50
5 50
7 00
7 00
2 00
4 00
5 00
5 00
4 00
4 00
2 00
25 00
16 00
20 00
16 00
5 00
21 25
18 60
18 60
4 00
9 50
57 30
1 00
7 60
7 50
7 60
9 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
6 00
13 00
16 50
211 50
20 00
4 50
2 00
50
2 00
10 00
990 00
80 00
200 00
2,190 00
350 00
250 00
440 25
200 00
495 00
200 00
22 00
8 00
20 00
2 50
4 00
2 00
2 60
3 00
2 00
18 00
20 20
3 00
15 60
1 00
2 00
9,585 84
20  4,251 06  9,486 84 50
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE
Arrears.
$   cts.
A Enrico   	
M A Volta	
Ah Moy	
J E Vrooman   ...
Chin Ah You   ...
Ah Lie   	
CPN Co	
L Good 	
Ah Moy   	
Felix 	
Ah Foo 	
C Valpy	
L A Good	
L C Ling   	
Chin Ah You   ...
H S Pittendrigh .
Ah Moy	
Ah Wing   	
J Stone	
J Wilson	
Indian Mary	
Do    Solomon .
LA Good	
L Fallardean	
Ah Foo	
Hong Que ......
Tom Chue	
Ah Wing	
CN Trew.Mb'
J Baillie	
J B Lovell	
S J Tunstall, M D .
Gordon Bros	
L Fallardean	
W Jackson, M D ..
G Baillie	
Indian William...
J C Tunstall	
H Fry	
W H Smith.
W J Church	
J Stanner	
E A Praeger, M D...
W Jackson, M D	
S Clarke, MD	
W McN Jones, MD..
R O'Brian, M D	
WRenwick, MD....
W McN Jones, MD..
H Watt, M D	
J Stone	
Victoria Transfer Co.
D W Smith	
D Cluness, M D	
Do	
W L LeBallister	
C N Trew, M D	
W D Ferris	
J Clapperton	
C N Trew, M D ....
Delta Canning Co ...  .
W Jackson, M D	
H H D Sh'uttleworth"
Jas Corrigan	
A E Wilson	
S Clarke, MD	
H Fry	
J H Rowbotham, M D .
W Jackson, M D	
J Kier	
J Boultbee	
Brought forward
V11.-AMHNISTRATI0N OF  JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).—Continued.
Vote No. 53.—Prosecution and Interpreters.—Concluded.
5 days @ $3
Services as interpreter at Lytton Assize,
do. at Donald Assize	
do. sundry times	
do. at Victoria Assize,
do. do.
do. Provincial Police Court...
Passage and meals, Interpreter Cicero and constable, Moody to Victoria
Services as interpreter, Nanaimo Assize,
2 days @ $5
3 „       2.50
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
New Westminster Assize .
do.
Police Court, Chemainus .
do. do.
do. Kamloops ..
Provincial Court, Victoria,
Regina v. Williams  	
Nanaimo Assize	
do. 	
do. 	
Nanaimo Assize 	
do	
with J. P. Planta, S. M	
do. 	
Kamloops Assize	
do. 	
Clinton Assize, $6; expenses, $13
N. W.       do	
Victoria    do	
2 days («; $2.50
2.51)
6 days (« $2.50
Vote No. 54.—Expenses of Inquests.
Fare of Coroner Wise and witnesses, Yale to Lytton and return	
Making post-mortem examination on body of man murdered at Hauler's ranch, giving evidence at inquest, and travelling expenses
(special agreement)	
Meals and bed for Constable Wise at Lytton	
Sheeting for morgue, Yale Gaol	
Making post-mortem examination on body of Gillies	
Funeral expenses of Gillies	
Services as interpreter at inquest on body of Gillies	
Examining body of Chinaman	
Disinfectants at examination of exhumed body	
Ferriage of witnesses, re inquest on body of Gillies	
Reporting evidence at do. do. 2days@$2.5'J
Holding inquest on body of A. Sutton, $10;   mileage, $6;  conveyance
of jury, $6	
Hire of horse for Constable Smith, obtaining witnesses for inquest on
body of Gillies   ...
Conveying body of Gillies to Kamloops	
Summoning jury and witnesses for inquest on body of Chapperon	
Making examination of and attending inquest on body of Gowans	
Holding inquest on body of Sproule, executed at Victoria	
do. do. Gillies, at Kamloops    	
Holding post-mortem exam, on body of P. Priestley, $10; mileage, $4.8(
do. do. do. 	
Professional evidence at inquest on body of Robee 	
Holding post-mortem examination on body of F. Harvey	
Professional evidence at inquest on body of Ah Lung	
Holding do. do. 	
Hire of hacks for jury to inquest on body of Sproule	
Removing body of J. Gercais, shot, to Osoyoos Gaol, to await inquest
Holding inquest on body of P. Priestley	
do do. F.Harvey, $10; mileage, $2.40	
Conveying jury to inquest on bodies of 2 Chinamen	
Holding inquest on body of Ah Sue, executed in N. W. Gaol	
do. do. M. Tretheway, $10; mileage, $18.80	
do. do. Bayille, $10; do. 8.00	
do. do. man (unknown) at Westham Island, $10
mileage, $7.20    	
Conveying jury to inquest at Westham Island 	
Holding inquest on body of G. Minnegan 	
Fare of Con. Wise, Yale to Hope and return	
Summoning jury and witnesses for inquest at Hope   	
Meals, bed, and'ferriage for Coroner Wise at Hope	
Summoning witnesses for fire inquest at Yale	
Holding inquest on body of Malott, executed at Kamloops	
do. do.     '       Vanzanza, Cowichan, $10; mileage, $2.40..
. [Medical evidence do. do. 5;       do.       2.00..
. ; Holding inquest   do. C. N. K. Holmes	
. [Hire of horse for Con. Kier summoning witnesses for inquest	
. Attending inquest on body of F. Sheppard, Vancouver (on behalf of Cn)
| Carried forward	
1,469 20
1,470 70
15 00
2 60
10 00
10 00
7 50
2 50
8 00
5 00
5 00
3 00
2 50
2 60
3 50
1 60
16 00
2 60
12 50
8 00
8 76
6 00
10 00
1 50
1 00
7 50
6 00
19 00
2 50
5 00
125 00
3 50
2 00
10 00
28 60
1 50
6 00
1 60
1 50
5 00
22 00
4 50
5 00
2 00
5 00
10 00
10 00
14 80
10 00
6 00
10 00
5 00
10 00
4 00
5 00
10 00
12 40
7 00
10 00
28 80
18 00
17 20
2 50
10 oo
2 00
2 0C
3 50
1 OC
10 00
12 4C
7 00
10 oo
2 50
30 00
518 65 13,918 64 51 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June,  1687.
51
TO whom paid.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
S   cts. I
$   cts
,M D
W D Ferris	
CNTrew.MD....
W A DeWolf Smith
S Clarke, MD	
T Wilson	
O'Brien & Leggatt	
Jacob Duck	
Chase & Co	
S J Tunstall, M D    	
J S Bell	
G Sansom, M D     	
W McN Jones, M D .   ...
W L LeBallister	
VV Jackson, M D	
H Findlay	
P Coggan    	
CNTrewj MD   "...'.'.'.'..
W A DeWolf Smith, M D
J A Sweat, M D 	
G E Manuel 	
P Litt	
J Genell....:	
J B Nagle	
W H Cook	
CPR	
W S Wood	
S J Tunstall, M D	
S Clarke, M D   	
W W Walkem, M D   ..  .
T Munro	
E A Praeger, M D	
Do. 	
W W Walkem, M D   ....
W L LeBallister	
T Munroe   	
OC Westwood	
J Sage	
R Richards   	
G Wagg	
W Marshall 	
L Jones 	
G Merritt 	
J B Hugo    	
A McKnight 	
G Dunbar	
H E Peck 	
Dunlap & Mounce	
S Clark, M I)   	
J Kirkup	
A E Wilson  	
T White	
J M Stewart	
W J McGuigan, M D
Do
G L Milne, M D  	
J Batterburg   	
W Jackson, M D	
E B C Hanington, M D
Victoria Transfer Co ...
W W Walkem, M D   ...
Brouget forward.
T N Richards   	
W Jonea	
J P Burgess	
B H Fewings   	
Shuswap Milling Co
CHoltz	
T Hornby	
J H Wood	
Angus McLeod	
G P Raven	
Hugh Hamilton ...
W R Megaw	
F W Schenck   	
" Inland Sentinel".
J T Edwards	
H Hoy	
J T Smith	
VH.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER  THAN
SALARIES).—Continued.
Vote No. 54.—Expenses of Inqxiests.—Concluded.
Holding inquest on body of T.Quackenbush, P. Moody, $10; mil. $2.4(
do, do. Indian at N. W	
Making p. m. ex. do. do. 	
Holding inquest do. J. Millar, Shuswap, $10; mileage, $14.20.
Working hand-car for Coroner to Shuswap	
Burying body of J. Millar, at Shuswap	
Meals, etc., for Government Agent at inquest, at Snuswap	
Meals for crew of hand-car do. do. 	
Post-mortem examination of body of Ah Sue, Lytton (special agreem't)
Conveying body of Ah Sue to Lytton gaol for examination	
Making post-mortem examination of body of W. Sands, at Kootenay .
Examining body of R. Thomas, and giving evidence at inquest	
Hire of buggy for Coroner    	
Holding inquest on body of Chu Lock	
Expenses attending inquest at Shawnigan	
Meals for Government Agent and Constable attending inquest, Beaver
Fare for do. do. do.
Holding inquest on body of Indian at New Westminster	
Making post-mortem examination do. 	
Medical evidence at inquest at Revelstoke	
Holding two inquests at Beaver Creek, $20; mileage, $9.60	
Bringing in to Beaver Creek body of man for inquest   	
Burying do,       after inquest	
Burying body of C. Turcotte do. 	
Meals for constable attending inquest at Beaver Creek	
Fare of Coroner, etc., Donald to Beaver, and return	
Summoning witness to inquest at Kamloops	
Medical evidence at inquest on body of P. Foster at Kamloops ....
Holding do. do. do. 	
Holding three inquests, $30; mileage, $3.60	
Hire of hall at Wellington to hold inquest	
Post-mortem of bodies of Indian and Chinawoman	
Giving evidence at inquest on body of T. Harris, killed in coal mine
Holding inquest on body of W. French, $10; mileage $1.20	
Hire of buggy for Constable summoning witness to inquest	
Juror at inquest, Vancouver Mine explosion, 7 days $14; extra, $3.50
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
14
14
14; extra S3.!
i*;   ,
3.50
14;   ,
C.5C
i*;   >
3.6C
U;   ,
3.6C
W;   ,
3.5C
i*;   .
3.5C
w;   .
3.50
Conveying jurors re inquest Vancouver Mine explosion, to Wellington
Carriage for jury do. do. to Nanaimo
Holding inquest on body of W. Bowie at Kamloops   	
Expenses attending do. do. 	
Summoning jury and witnesses for inquest at Yale	
Burying body of J. Christian after inquest   	
Services as Constable at inquest at Moodyville, $2; expenses, $3.50..
Holding inquest on body of J. Peusa at Port Moody, $10; mileage, $2.40
do. do J. Christian, Moodyville, $10;     do.    60ets.
Post-mortem examination of body of Indian, Victoria Gaol	
Constable at inquest at Pike Lake   	
Holding do. do.       $10; mileage, $2.40	
Evidence at inquest on body of C. N. K. Holmes	
Buggy for Constable to inquest at Pike Lake	
Allowance for extra services holding inquest, re Vancouver Mine explo.
Vote No. 55.— Criminal Punishments.
Allowance for loss of time and exp., re delay of execution of Sproule.
Services as executioner of Sproule	
Erecting scaffold and providing coffin at execution of Sproule	
Digging grave, etc., do.       Malott 	
Lumber for scaffold, do. do	
Making cap, flag, and stretching rope for do. do	
Conveying body of Malott to place of burial	
Tolling bell at execution of Malott	
Assisting to erect scaffold for execution of Malott	
Erecting scaffold, $39; meals, etc., $13.27,     do	
Services as executioner of Malott, $100; expenses, rope, etc., $13.30 ..
Making straps for execution of Malott	
Shaving condemned prisoner Malott   	
Printing certificate of death of   do	
Stage hire for Sheriff Phair at burial of Malott 	
Execting and removing scaffold for execution of Ah Sue	
Services as executioner of Ah Sue	
Carried forward.
12 40
10 00
10 00
24 20
3 00
20 00
6 00
3 00
100 00
8 00
SO 00
6 00
4 00
10 00
7 00
2 00
2 55
10 00
10 00
6 00
29 60
SO 00
6 00
7 00
2 00
6 80
1 00
5 00
10 00
33 60
2 50
20 00
6 00
1J 20
2 60
17 50
14 00
14 00
17 50
17 50
17 60
17 50
17 50
17 50
17 50
17 60
28 00
6 00
10 00
4 00
2 00
6 00
6 60
12 40
10 60
25 00
4 00
12 40
6 00
5 60
150 00
20 00
100 00
35 00
12 60
39 07
6 00
5 00
1 50
2 00
62 27
113 30
4 00
1 00
6 00
2 50
60 00
50 00
1,470 701   510 14
13,918 64
1,440 90
15,359 54 52
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
cts.
Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION   OF  JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).—ConHrvued.
Vote No.
-1 'rim ina I Pun isltments.—Concluded.
J Ellard & Co .
J T Trapp & Co
" Columbian " .
T Hornby 	
C P R	
J McKay   	
J Fulland	
Indian Isadore.
Do    Leon...
Victoria Water Works
W Jordan 	
C Ball	
Beak & Co	
D Green	
H Saunders 	
G Vienna 	
J Braden   	
J Parsons	
TShotbolt	
P Forrest 	
Powell & Co	
Marvin & Tilton	
H Short	
G Dionis     	
J McLean 	
Union Coal Yard	
H Chaffay	
E G Prior	
Cowan, Shaw & Co...
P McQuade&Sons...
vv Haynes	
J Weiler	
Mrs Marrion  	
W Denny 	
W Johns 	
T N Hibben & Co   ...
Langley & Co 	
Gutman & Frank    .. .
J Isaacs 	
Lennox Brown    	
John Parker	
G Morrison	
Hudson Bay Co 	
PT Johnston &Co...
J Sehl	
Adam Innis	
R Keller	
J D Campbell 	
G B Ordano	
Do 	
Indian Joe	
G Bartlett	
E & N By Co   	
S Gray   	
R G McKay 	
A R Johnston & Co ..
R McFadden	
A Mayer & Co	
C Karst	
J Beaven  	
E Quennell	
Matthews, Richards &Tye
W A Home	
J A Abrams	
Hirst Bros	
M Manson & Co 	
J H Pleace	
J W,Stirtaii	
Do	
John Hilbert	
" Free Press "	
E McNeil	
J Ganner  	
A R Johnston & Co  .
J O'Brien 	
Cap, etc., execution of Ah Sue 	
Rope, do	
Printing certificate of do	
Hauling lumber for scaffold, execution of Malott
Freight on       do. Kamloops to Lytton.
Unloading        do.	
Loading do. 	
Vote No. 50—Rewards.
Reward for assisting to arrest Indians at Kootenay   ..
do. do. R. O'Brien at Shuswap
Vote No. .>;.— Keep of I'riso
Water supply,
Bread,
Leg-irons, repairing tools, etc.,
Meat and vegetables.
Clothing and blankets,
Groceries and coal oil.
Fish,
2 stoves, plumbing, etc.,
Milk and eggs for sick prisoners,
Surgeon's needles and silk, etc.,
Wood,
Street lamp, glasses, pans, etc.,
Hand-cuffs and leg-irons, etc.,
Revolvers and cartridges,
Fish,
Repairing locks, etc.,
Coal,
Milk,
Scales, padlocks, nails, tools, etc
Shovel, lantern, etc.,
Lime, white-lead, paint, etc.,
Repairing and tuning organ,
Lamp glasses,
Milk and eggs for sick prisoners,
Chamois leather,
Express hire,
Paper,
Drugs and medicines,
Cartridges,
do.
Cleaning chimneys,
Beef and vegetables,
Thermometer,
Cigars (Jubilee day),
Seed potatoes,
Step-ladder, upholstering, etc.
Wood,
Coal oil,
Prison supplies,
do.
Chairs, bucket, etc.,
Prison supplies,
Wood,
Freight on hand-cuffs,
Prison supplies,
Repairing door,
Pails, locks, etc.,
Piison supplies,
Groceries,
Bread,
Coal,
Meat and vegetables,
Lock,
Repairing tools,
Boots,
Coal oil, lime, and clothing,
Washstand, etc.,
Scales, tools, locks, etc.,
Food box, etc.,
Water supply,
Refilling straw mattresses, etc.,
Advertising for tenders for supplies,
Repairing medical appliances,
Water supply,
Provisions, coal oil, etc.,
Coal,
Victoria Gaol... .
do	
do	
do	
do	
do.
do	
do	
do	
do	
do	
do	
do	
do	
do.
do	
do	
do	
do	
do	
do	
do	
do.
do	
do	
do.
do	
do	
do	
do	
do.
do	
do	
do	
do	
do	
Esquimalt Lock-up
do.
do.
Cowichan Lock-up
do. 	
do. 	
Chemainus Lock-up 	
do. 	
do. 	
do. 	
Salt Spring Island Lock-up
Nanaimo Gaol    	
do	
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Carried forward.
1,470 70   510 14 j 15,359 54
4 02
1 35
90 00
19 50
2 25
5 12
1,606 87
4 00
29 43
2 00
2 50
10 00
25 00
300 00
775 75
298 94
418 98
847 94
983 19
27 25
128 35
3 25
2 25
14 00
99 62
152 25
104 26
12 96
9 26
786 70
30 60
129 22
5 90
174 78
4 00
5 00
1 50
1 50
1 50
22 00
45 53
75
1 50
7 00
114 90
5 50
6 60
4 00
18 00
17 50
7 75
5 00
10 00
5 12
3 00
5 00
25
33 25
1 50
4 13
2 25
106 46
461 88
95 75
257 79
1 00
75 16
52 25
236 72
3 75
173 92
17 75
38 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
26 25
112 82
5 00
7,314 96 15,950 51   Vic
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June,  1887.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears
i     cts.
Brought forward.
VIL-
J O'Brian 	
C N Westwood & Co ...
Matthews, Richards & Ty
J B Holmes	
Kelly Bros    	
Elliott & Harvey	
R Dickinson	
BCS&PCo   	
W H Vianen	
J Rousseau  	
D S Curtis & Co	
H Elliott	
D McPhaden	
T Bast	
W Townsend    	
J Johnson	
J Cunningham 	
J Ellard	
W Brunskill	
Reid Currie	
CG Major	
W Prothero 	
C McDonough	
C McNaughton	
D Lyal 	
J E Lord	
T Ovens   	
S H Webb	
RC P Mills	
T J Manahan	
D L Beckinsale, M D...
J Hartney	
S H Webb	
Cowderav & Taylor .   ..
JTays ."	
Indian Harry   	
D S Curtis & Co	
G Wise	
A M Tvson   	
J B Lovell	
Yale Water Works	
W H Ward   	
J Mclntvre   	
W M Walsh 	
L Curean  	
J McKay	
0 Harvey	
J A Reid   	
J Murray  	
Indian "Doctor"	
Do   Charley	
A Clemes  	
F W Foster	
F Soues	
Marshall &, Smith   	
McLennan & Co	
Indian Billy	
P Rosette	
C Phair	
WLee	
Indian Sampson	
Veith & Borland	
Do 	
G Hamilton 	
H Moffatt	
J Lindsay	
S A Rogers   	
J Mason	
O Darpentigny	
J Bibby	
E Deslorier 	
J St Laurent   	
Veith & Borland	
S Pickard ..   	
J Moore	
Broder & Loughlin	
B C Lihmanowsky	
Y Kruger	
W G Strong	
S Tanner  	
J Swan  	
-ADMINISTRATION  OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).—Continued.
Vote No. 57.—Keep of Prisoners.—Continued.
Taking sick prisoners to Hospital, Nanaimo Gaol ...
Straw, do	
Lock, Departure Bay Lock-up
Blankets, Comox Lock-up	
Bread, New Westminster Gaol..
do.
Meat and vegetables,
Organ $100, books, etc., $75 40.
Fish,
Leather, etc.,
Medicines,
Coal and wood,
Provisions and coal oil,
Repairing range,
Repairing cell wall,
Milk,
Tools, glass, etc.,
Clothing, etc.,
Milk,
Repairing tools, etc.,
Drilling cotton, tools, etc..
Chairs,
Provisions and coal oil,
Clock, etc..
Stationery,
Burying prisoners,
Padlocks,
Cartridges,
Police batons,
Bricks,
Attendance on sick prisoner,
Coal oil,
Revolver and cartridges.
Bucket and brooms,
Wood,
Prison supplies,
Medicines,
Prison supplies,
do.
Brooms, soap, etc..
Water supply,
Wood,
Coal oil, etc..
Prison supplies,
Blankets,
Washing blankets.
Provisions,
Bread, etc.,
Provisions,
Fish,
Removing supplies,
Provisions,
Wheelbarrow, etc.,
Prison supplies,
do.
Ironing prisoners,
Hauling wood,
Charges on handcuffs,
Prison supplies.
Shirt,
Wood,
Blankets, stovepipe, etc.,
Prison supplies,
Wood,
Freight on stove,
Prison supplies.
Blankets, etc.,
Coal oil, etc.,
Wood,
Stovepipe, etc.,
Wood,
Prison supplies,
Coal oil, etc.,
Wood,
do.
Prison supplies,
do.
Blankets, candles, etc.,
Revolver,
Prison supplies.
Scrubbing out,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Granville Lock-up
do.
Port Moody Lock-up	
do. 	
do. 	
Hope Lock-up    ....
Yale Gaol
do. 	
do. 	
do. 	
do. 	
do. 	
Lytton Gaol      	
do. .....
do. 	
do.
Spence's Bridge Lock-up...
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Clinton Gaol	
do.        	
do	
do	
do	
do	
Lillooet Gaol	
do. 	
do	
150-Mile House Lock-up...
do.
do.
do.
Richfield Gaol	
do	
do	
do.        	
do	
do.       	
Quesnelle Lock-up	
do. 	
do. 	
Forks of Quesnelle Lock-up.
Osoyoos Lock-up	
do. 	
do. 	
Granite Creek Lock-up	
do. 	
do. 	
Curried forward.
1,613 07
1,605 87  7,314 96 15,950 96
1 00
1 50
1 33
4 00
483 59
223 69
629 73
175 40
77 04
78 70
48 33
904 70
334 68
5 00
2 00
17 87
101 93
139 95
1 50
40 68
16 90
6 00
359 66
11 25
15 30
39 00
3 50
3 00
4 50
4 00
5 00
4 25
18 00
1 60
5 00
2 00
5 00
22 50
135 36
14 35
36 00
17 00
13 40
232 11
10 25
3 50
29 44
2 75
69 78
1 00
2 00
3 00
16 75
148 00
424 50
6 60
12 00
3 00
98 75
2 00
4 00
37 00
15 50
15 00
3 50
129 23
15 75
38 00
50 00
27 00
40 00
4 00
17 00
8 00
60 00
15 75
6 00
16 52
12 00
44 00
2 50 54
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
8   cts.
A E Howse  	
W F Cameron	
H Eastwood	
0 Harvey	
G J Wallace	
W Dewdney	
W Dodd 	
S J Tunstall, M D  ...
W E McCartney & Co
Hull & Trounce  	
C T Crooney	
J P Raven	
A McKinnon	
J T Edwards   	
Hudson Bay Co    	
J Laveau    	
N Lee & Co 	
V V Stranbe 	
WH Buse	
W R Megaw	
J A Mara  	
W H Lilly	
N Hanson	
Teitzel & Norris	
C Kerr & Co	
Green Bros   	
Hull & Trounce 	
W G Armstrong ....
J Kirkup 	
J C Steen & Co   	
S L Redgrave  	
E C Maloney, M D ...
G E Manuel & Co   ...
R A Kempton	
W H Lilley  	
CPR	
G A Kemp	
M Dainard	
J Bearton	
Hull & Trounce	
L Lukes	
J Coupland  	
J D Weitman, M D   ,
F Baker	
Woods & McBride  ...
DO'Ray	
H Bott & Co	
J Bailey	
AF Barry	
W H Lilley	
H Anderson	
RD Mather	
D Griffith	
J Davis	
Indian Joe	
Callbreath, Grant & Cook
M Richards	
E Metcalf	
Wilson & Lilley	
THGiffin 	
J G Taylor	
Bishop of Caledonia....
J C Bryant	
Lowenberg, Harris & Co
J B Holmes	
PCDunlevy.	
E Gold	
C E Gray	
W McNeill, Jr	
M Salmon	
J Moffitt	
B Fewings	
J M McAdam	
WHLathrop	
S L Redgrave	
Brough t fo tward
VII.-
-ADMTNISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
S AL ARIES).—Co ntinu ed.
Vote No. 57.— Keep of Prisoners.— Concluded.
Prison supplies,
Axes, stove, piping, etc..
Prison supplies,
Blankets,
Prison supplies,
do.
Prison supplies,
Medical attendance,
Medicine,
Meat,
Vegetables,
Repairs,
Ironing prisoners,
Nicola Lock-up...
Okanagan Lock-up.
do.
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Kamloops Gaol  .
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Extra meals for condemned prisoner, do.
Kettle, coal oil, etc., do.
Repairing tools, do.
Vegetables, do.
2 keys, do.
Provisions, do.
do. do.
do. and blankets, do.
Blankets,                                  Rogers' Pass Lock-up.
Wood, Farwell Lock-up .
Medicines, do.
Provisions, do.
Bread, do.
Meat, do.
Bucket, do.
Prison supplies, do.
Provisions, etc., Donald Lock-up .
Prison supplies,
Medicines and attendance,
Clothing, etc.,
Lamp glasses and matches,
Blankets, etc., and scales,
Freight on cooking utensils,
Blankets,
Hauling wood,
do.
Meat,
Pans, etc.,
Broom, etc.,
Medicines,
Coal oil, etc.,
Clothing,
Wood,
Meat,
Wood,
Repairing boots,
Blankets,
Prison supplies,
Blankets, candles, etc.
Wood, coal oil, etc.,
Wood,
Cutting wood,
Wood, coal oil,
Wood, candles,
Prison supplies,
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Golden City Lock-up.
Wild Horse Creek Lock-up.
do.
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do.
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Telegraph Creek Lock-up.
Laketon Lock-up.
McDame's Creek Lock-up.
Vote No. 58.—Rents.
Rent of house for Magistrate's office, Donald, 12 mos. @ ®2!
do. office & Lock-up, Telegraph Ck.,Cassiar, 12       ,,       10
do. constable, Esquimalt, 12       „       15
do. constable, Fort Simpson, 11       ,,       20
do. Gold Com., Hazleton (during winter),    6       ,, 5
Rent of offices for Sheriff and Supt. Police, Victoria, 3       „       20
do.    room for Court House, Comox	
do. do. SodaCreek	
do.   hall for County Court, Vancouver	
do. do. do.	
Vote No. 50.—Special Constables.
Special Constable, sundry occasions, 16 d. @ S2.50
do. taking prisoner to Nanaimo, 2   ,,       2.50
do. do. Quesnelle, 1   ,,       3
do. with horse serving summons at Nicola,   3   „       5
do. illicit liquor traffic, Donald & Summit, 19   ,,       3
do. do. do. 24   „       3
do. at Donald Lock-up, 5 mos. to Novr. 3Gth, @ $80 $ m.
Carried forward	
1,613 07    12,957 23    15,950 M
2 50
15 00
1,637 57
7 50
41 36
77 50
22 00
3 50
8 00
97 75
36 00
84 50
44 21
5 00
3 00
24 00
5 60
11 62
1 00
11 50
1 00
2 00
4 63
160 51
24 00
35 00
4 00
49 98
11 00
22 69
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197 85
235 45
113 09
29 00
17 20
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54 26
7 66
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7 00
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43 83
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180 00
220 00
30 00
60 00
11 00
6 00
33 50
25 00
40 00
5 00
3 00
15 00
67 00
72 00
400 00
592 00
14,940 24
81,876 70 51  Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1SS7.
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FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
cts.
cts.
*    cts
VII.-ADJ
Vote
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692 00
470 00
266 66
223 76
820 00
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5 00
2 60
17 00
15 00
6 00
15 00
78 50
10 00
10 00
13 00
1 50
1 60
120 00
20 00
6 00
10 00
3 00
42 50
102 00
102 00
5 00
2 50
120 00
10 00
8 00
5 00
120 00
12 60
2 50
2 50
2 50
50 00
6 00
6 00
1 60
8 00
2 00
200 00
2 60
82 50
142 50
14 00
162 60
7 00
8 00
5 00
42 50
42 60
34 00
95 00
16 00
3 00
7 50
2 00
8 00
12 00
27 00
57 00
57 00
24 00
5 00
7 50
5 00
2 60
2 50
2 50
2 50
21 00
21 00
12 25
18 00
18 00
5 00
2 00
12 50
31,876 70
0 G Dennis  	
H Redgrave	
E P Bangle   	
C J Henderson	
J McCrimmon	
J Cate	
UNISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).- Continued.
No. 5ft.—Special Constables.—Continued.
ble at Donald Lock-up, 5 mos. to 30 Nov. <a> $80, Dec. $70
at Golden City, 1st July to 10th October, @ $80 $ m.
at Rogers' Pass, August 19th to Oct. 9th,        80   „
at Farwell, 4 months, to October 31st,             80   ,,
in pursuit of Indians at Sirnilkameen,     2 d. @ $2.50
re Indian liquor case,                                  1    ,,       5
at P. Moody in ah. of Con. Armstrong,    1    ,,       2.50
Granite C. in ab. of Con. Swan, 2d. $2.60, 4   ,,       3
arresting Indian at Oyster,                      6   ,,       2.50
at Hope,                                                       2   „       2.50
at Yale,                                                    6   „       2.50
do.     gaol, sundry times, 1 d. @ SI,   31   ,,       2.50
re robbery at Shuswap Lake,                    4   ,,       2.50
taking prisoner to Port Moody,                4    ,,       2.50
at Kamloops,                          1 d. @ £3,    4    ,.       2.50
R Williams   	
J Stanner 	
T Harvey 	
G Hall	
J C Tunstall	
Do   Charley	
T H Armstrong   	
and night-watchman, Kamloops,       12 months @ $10
at Wild Horse Lock-up,                                8 d. @ $2.50
do.                  do.       in absence of Con. Anderson
at Cowichan Lock-up,           do.        Kier, 4 d. @ $2.50
at Lytton, re murder of Dillman,           17   ,,       2.50
guarding condemned prisoner Sproule, 51    ,,       2
do.                         do.                  51    ,,       2
in charge of prisoner to N. Westminster, 2   ,,       2.50
Indian Harry  	
D R Reid    	
A McFaul	
at Vancouver Gaol, July and August, @ $60 $ m ....
sundry occasions,                                        4 d. @ $2.50
do.                                  1 d. @ $2,    2   „       3
at Port Moody,                                           2   ,,       2.50
at New Westminster County Court,         5 d. @ $2.50
J J Owens	
J J Wilson
W J Pace 	
Indian Charley	
J Boal 	
at Priest's Valley,            14 d. @$2.50,    5 d. @ $3
at Okanagan,                                               2   ,,       3
re murder of Gillies,                                   2   ,,       2.60
arresting Peterson,                                     1    ,,       1.50
re Regina v. Celina, including expenses, 2   ,,       4
F Harvey	
A E Wilson	
J McKay   	
J S Bell	
at Lytton Gaol,                                         33 d. @ $2.50
do.                                                    57    ,,       2.50
serving subpoenas at Stryn Creek,            7   ,,       2
at Spence's Bridge,                                   66   ,,       2.50
re Regina v. Jamieson,                              3   ,,
J McKay	
J W Burr 	
Indian Scalack	
T Ryan 	
W Hunt                	
G Hunt	
conveying Indian to Beaver Harbour	
assisting Con. McNeill at Knight's Inlet, 17 d. @ $2.50
do.              do.             Alert Bay,         17    „       2.50
with canoe    do.                                        17   ,,       2
sundry times,                                             38   ,,       2.50
charge of pris. to Moody (includ. meals),   4    ,,       4
to arrest Stewart for horse stealing,         3   ,,       1
at Kamloops Assize,                                   3   ,,       2.50
do.               	
in charge of prisoners to Granite Creek	
with horse at Osoyoos,                               3 d. @ $4
in charge of prisoner at Osoyoos.             9   ,,       3
in pursuit of Indian George,                    19   ,,       3
do.                  do.                                19   „       3
in charge of           do.                                     8    ,,        3
at Spence's B. Lock-up in ab. of Hussey, 5   ,,       1
guarding condemned prisoner Sproule,   3   ,,       2 50
do.                     do.                  do.        2   „       2.50
G Blenkinsop  	
Indian Mah-Too	
L J Lewis	
T H Armstrong 	
Indian Chief Andre .
T H Armstrong  	
B C Lehmanowsky 	
J Broder   	
H Hobbs   	
J Taitt   	
C Wilkes      	
CH Chesley	
E B Irving	
do.                  do	
guard, condemned pris. Malott at night, 6 d. @ $3.50
do.                             do.                        6   ,,       3.50
do.                             do.                        3J „       3.50
do.                             do.                       6   „       3
Wild Horse Ck., in ab. of Con. Anderson, 6   ,,       3
at Priest's Valley, during races,                2   ,,       2.50
J C Tunstall	
E C Parker   	
W Davis	
sundry times,                                           5   ,,       2.50
1,637 67
4,003 67
31,875 70 56
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
cts.
S   cts.
H Dwyer  	
V Kopp	
H Wilcox 	
D R Robertson   ...
Irah J Fyke	
T Ryan 	
A Armstrong   	
B W Ward 	
H Roxberry	
B C Lehmanowsky.
J Woodlands	
J Charters	
F Devlin   	
T Doming 	
J Huntley   	
W McFadden   	
H Edwards   	
L J Lewis	
J Flewin   	
E Revard 	
D Whiteley 	
E Jones	
A E Wilson  	
W Brown	
H Rosberry    	
J J Owens	
Indian Joe	
L L'Henaff   	
T Canty	
WE Browne	
E Trelease	
L Bercier	
W Hines	
E Jones 	
D W Gillies	
I J Fyke  	
H Roxberry	
C Green	
J M Stewart	
Indian Charlie  ....
G P Kelly	
B Norman   	
H Higginbotham
J McDonald   	
.1 S Bell	
.1 W Burr	
J J Fyke     	
Harold Redgrave
T Relle 	
P Sabastian 	
W S Jones	
T Canty	
H Brooks 	
C Stanley 	
A Campbell 	
J C Kertrund 	
W Lundy 	
J E Humphries   .
E Sandin	
M McCrea	
H Redgrave	
J Walsh	
J R Williams   ...
J Delshaw	
J Rodello 	
J M Langley	
L J Lewis	
F M Bard 	
H Hunter	
J Palome  	
E P Bangle  	
J J Fyke   	
Jno Walsh	
J Chisholm	
D K Robinson —
T F Fawcett	
Special Constable
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1,637 57
*ISTRATTON OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).— Co ntinned.
>. <>?>.—Special Constables.—Continued
in charge of prisoner at Osoyoos,
2
3
executing warrant            do.       per agreement	
sundry times at Donald,
9 days at S3
at New Westminster Gaol,
4d.
@ $2.50
do.
16   ,
2
do.                 guarding cond. prisoner 2
m. @$75
in charge of prisoner at Granite Creek
6d.
it* $3
do.             do.       Ashinola George
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at Nicola V., re Reg. v. Shoospachan,
10    ,
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30 00
at New Westminster Assize,
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do.                     do.
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at Salt Spring Island,
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2
Sundry services with Supt. of Police,
85 d.
@ $2.50
re murder of Dring and Miller,
12    ,
2.50
Granite Creek,
2    ,
3
do.
2    ,
3
Okanagan,
17    ,
2.50
Yale,
21    ,
1
Chemainus Lock-up,
3   ,
2.50
New Westminster Gaol,
14   ,
2.50
do.
1 month
Nanaimo,
4 d.
@ .$2.50
Priest's Valley Gaol,
2    ,
2.5C
with prisoner to Granite Creek,
12    ,
3
Priest's Valley Gaol,
34    ,
2.50
Lytton Gaol,
3    ,
3
Donald Lock-up,
6    ,
3
at New Westminster Gaol,
3    ,
2.50
at Ladner's,
3    ,
2.50
at Vancouver Countv Court,
6    .
2.50
re murder near Port Moody,
4    ,
1.50
at Port Moodv,
2    ,
2.50
at Ladner's,
1    ,
3
at Lillooet Gaol,
3    ,
3
at Lytton Gaol,
5    ,
1
at Spence's Bridge in absence of Officer Hussey, 4th
November, to 31st January. @ 850 $ month	
searching for escaped prisoner,
12 d
@ $3
at Golden City,
12    ,
3
at Osoyoos Lake to arrest Haggan
do.
re murder at Ladner's
32 d
@ $2.60
do.
4    ,
,       2.50
at New Westminster Gaol,
3    ,
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to make arrests at Wild Horse Creek,
w  ,
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do.                 Bull River,
4    ,
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do.                      do.
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with prisoner to Donald,
2    ,
3.00
at Donald Gaol,
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at Lillooet,
3    ,
3.O0
assisting Constable McFadden, Salt Spring Island	
at Comox,
4 d
@ $2.60
with prisoners to penitentiary,
2    ,
2.50
with A. W. Vowell, S. M., to Sand Point, 12   ,
3
at Nicola,
2    ,
2.50
do.
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2.50
with prisoner to Nicola,
5    ,
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at Donald, re escape of prisoner,
1    ,
do.       Gaol,
33    ,
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on sundry services,
9   ,
3
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at Kamloops,
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4,003 67
31,875 70
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Public Accounts, 1st July, 1<S86, to 30th June, 1887.
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TO WHOM  PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
A Bruce	
F Levierre	
Indian Aneas   	
H Deveroy   	
G Etheridge	
O Ingram	
T J Cummiskey ....
J F Smith	
W F Smith	
J Scouse	
P Nile	
W L Jeffrey	
C McCuteheon ...   .
J Degnier   	
J Michaels    	
W Baker   	
J Malpass	
W Moore	
A Summerhayes ....
F Peck   	
G Gartley	
R Bowron	
W Pool 	
A Smith 	
G Tippett	
J C Hughes 	
J A Thompson	
B Shearing	
W Babcock   	
W L Jeffrey	
Five Indians	
J C Stacey	
J J Fyke  	
E J Offerhaus	
Indian Johnny	
Do   Louis	
Do   Pierce   	
J Haynes	
H McDougall   	
W Marchand	
R McDonald	
W Marchand    	
F Harvey 	
T H Armstrong  ...
T F Fawcett	
T Binnie   	
G B Palmer 	
F Bennett	
H McLean 	
J S Bennett	
F Chilitza   	
A McBryan    	
Indian Bonner	
Do   Leviere	
D McLean	
Indian Jean Baptiste
R McLean	
Four Indians  	
H McLean 	
D McDonald	
Do       	
J S Bell	
J W Burr 	
H Hunter	
B W Ward	
Do      	
Do      	
D Lahy	
J M Rae	
Indian Peter	
F Price 	
W Berney	
A O'Connor 	
C F Green	
F Ridiek   	
T Dorainy	
P Manson, Jr  	
W F Stewart	
L L'Henaff   ........
C Stanley 	
Brought forwa rd.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER  THAN
SALARIES).—Continued.
Vote No. 59.—Special Constables—Continued.
Special Constable searching for F. Spencer
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Spencer,
with prisoner at Granite Creek,
at Spence's Bridge,
serving summons at Ashcroft	
do. 	
re murder at Narrow Island,
do Comox,
at Nanaimo, re coal mine disaster,
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arresting three men at Cowichan	
at Golden City, 2
Donald Gaol, 2
with warrant to Priest's Valley 	
re escape of C. Harper from custody,       2
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assisting to arrest C. Harper	
at Mission bridge, re escape of Harper ...
with letter to Osoyoos do. .   .
on Priest's Valley Rd., do. 2
at Okanagan Gaol, 7
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to make arrest at Donald	
with prisoner to New Westminster, 4
at Kamloops Assize, 3
do. 	
do. 2
do. 3
in pursuit of F. Spencer, 14
making arrest at Shuswap	
in pursuit of F. Spencer, 11
re. Regina v. O'Brien	
searching for Casmear (with horse) 5
do. 6
do. 6
making arrest at Bonaparte, 11
do. Penticton, 13
assisting to arrest Oasmear	
searching for Casmear (with horse), 5
arresting man at Ashcroft and taking
him to Kamloops, 6
making arrest at Black Canon. 2
with prisoners to Spence's Bridge,
do. at do.
at Nicola races,
arresting J. Harris	
N. W. Gaol, 1 mo. and 3 days
searching for escaped prisoner, 3 d. @ $3 00
to make arrest 	
re murder at Coquitlam	
searching for escaped prisoner, 3 d. @ $1
re strike at Port Moody, 2   ,,       2
do. do. 2   ,,       2
do. do. 2   ..       2
New Westminster Assize. 6
do. 10
do. 9£
do. 7i
Regina v. Ah Doe	
searching for Crawford, near boundary, 3
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sundry times)
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2.50
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1 667 67
5,782 25 31,875 70
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11 25
9 00
2 50
4 00
2 00
5 00
35 00
25 00
11 25
11 25
5 00
2 50
2 50
2 50
12 60
2 50
2 50
2 50
2 60
2 50
2 50
2 50
2 50
2 50
2 50
5 00
15 00
6 00
6 00
6 00
5 00
5 00
3 00
2 50
8 00
7 00
17 50
8 50
5 00
16 00
7 50
10 00
5 00
9 00
42 00
5 00
27 50
2 00
17 50
21 00
15 00
11 00
39 00
32 50
17 50
15 00
5 00
5 00
15 50
5 00
2 00
66 00
9 00
2 00
3 00
3 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
18 00
25 00
23 75
18 75
2 00
12 00
12 00
26 31,876 70 58
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR  WHAT SERVICE.
|
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
*   eta
J Murray  	
H Roxberry	
C F Green  	
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).
Note No. 59—Special Constables Concluded.
Special Constable, New Westminster District,                    2 days @ $2.00
do.                       do.                  Gaol,                           38   ,,       2
1,667 57
4 50
3 50
6 75
7 00
3 00
6,608 25
4 00
76 00
2 50
40 00
7 50
1 00
115 00
7 50
7 50
7 50
31,875 70
J Rodello     ...
P Corr	
do.              at Comox, during potlatch,                     16   ,,       2.50
do.              Victoria Assize,                                           3   ,,       2.50
C J Miller	
E H Henley   	
do.              sundry services with Supt. of Police,     46   ,,       2.50
do.               Victoria Assize,                                           3   ,,       2.50
do.                         do.                                                      3   „       2.50
do.                           do.                                                           3    ,,        2.50
Vote No. OO.— Transport of Constables and Prisoners.
Fares of constables and prisoners to and from sundry stations	
Fares of constables and prisoners between Victoria and Nanaimo	
Fares, meals, and rooms for constables and pris'rs to and f'm sun. stations
6,876 76
C P Railway	
C P N Co 	
E & N Railway   	
1,709 48
66 50
84 85
53 25
78 00
17 60
6 50
12 25
10 00
6 75
6 00
3 00
20 50
42 50
23 50
9 60
77 00
25 50
24 50
45 50
11 50
18 25
40 46
38 50
2 50
1 50
4 25
1 08
13 00
69 00
12 50
58 00
7 50
55 00
416 00
6 00
2 00
76
2 60
3 50
1 00
4 00
1 50
1 00
9 75
4 00
1 50
3 00
2 25
6 00
3 50
3 00
11 25
11 25
11 26
11 25
3 50
14 00
7 00
2 62
1 00
2 50
56 75
3 00
18 60
1 50
2 00
21 00
W Beaumont    	
J Kier	
Hire of horse and buggy for Con. Kier, re robbery from St. " Amelia " .
P Desormier	
Meals, bed, and horse keep for Constables Stephenson and St. Laurent .
do.                         do.                         do.                  at Alexandria....
Indian McKay	
J S Sandford   	
do.                                do.                                do.                 	
Hire of waggon and team conveying Chinese pris. to Quesnelle, & meals
Meal, bed and horse keep for Con. Stephenson and prisoners, at Stanley
Services with waggon and team conveying         do.                to Richfield
Meals and horse keep for Con. Stephenson and pris. $5; team hire $20.50
Meals, bed and horse keep for Constable St. Laurent and prisoners   ...
do.                    do.                           do.                           do.       ....
do.                     do.                             do.                             do	
do.                      do.                             do.                             do.        ....
Allowance for 20 days' expenses while on detective duty at Summit...
do.           19      do.                           do.                          do	
JMoffitt	
WTrelaise	
J Pickard	
J Fleming	
S Dowries & Co      	
J Boyd   	
W H Lothrop 	
J M McAdam   	
D C Henderson	
J Huntley	
Hire of horse and buggy for Constable Kier, sundry times	
Board and lodging for Constable McNeill, re Lytton murder	
D W Mainguy	
H B Rovcraft  	
C Whims  	
Conveying                   do.           to Portland and Coal Island   do	
W L LeBallister   	
Hire of buggv for Constable Beveridge to Wellington	
Fares of Con. Stephenson and prisoners, Departure Bay to Nanaimo ..
Meals and beds for Constables Hamilton and Williams at Cowichan ....
Conveying Constable Stewart and prisoners from wharf to gaol	
R B Richardson	
R McCallum	
J James	
J W Wirth     	
Meals and bed for Constable Wise, special and prisoners at Ruby Creek
Working hand-car for Constables, re Lytton murder.       5 days @ $2.25
do.                           do.                       do.                5   „         2.25
do.                               do.                           do.                   5    ,,           2.25
do.                             do.                         do.                  5   ,,          2.25
Meals for Constables Hussey, McKay, & crew of hand-ear at Harrison R.
Meals and bed for              do.                         do.            Hammond (twice)
do.                                 do.                       do.           Port Moody ,
W Kirk 	
W Scott	
A McKenzie	
C A Young   	
J R McDonnell   	
Elliott & MeCoskery ....
C Kling	
G Baillie	
Stmr Kamloops
Chase & Co  	
Board and lodging for constables and prisoners at Lytton, sundry times
Fare and meals for Con. Harvey, Shuswap to Kamloops	
Meals and beds for constables and prisoners at Shuswap	
W J Church	
Stage fares for constables and prisoners at Kamloops, sundry times....
1,692 32
3,303 16
38,752 46 51   Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
59
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
ets.
8   cts.
8,752 45
Indian Sykes   	
J E Enright   ..
Indian Alexander
G C Jarnagan
J Baker	
W Kirkup	
Indian Charley ...
J McLay	
A Monk	
C Cowan	
R B Richardson. ..
E Marston	
T Henderson ....
Gutman & Frank.
C J King	
A H Coppen	
C Green	
A F Hautier	
H B Roycraft	
Pay List, Indians	
Str Barbara Boscowitz.
A Clemes	
J RTait :	
T J James.
Mrs Tretheway	
C Kling	
P Clair	
T R McDonnell	
Elliott & McCoskery.
Stmr Gladys	
Bartlett's Hotel	
W R Preston	
Indian Tom	
D McDonald	
A Schubert	
A J Kirkpatrick	
C R Coleman	
J Duck	
E M Furstenau	
E Lequime	
Schubert's Express...
J Madigan	
Indian Masket	
Indian Johnny	
E A Day	
S M Walker..	
J B Barrick	
F Chapperon	
A Clemes	
J CSteen & Co	
J E Enright	
Columbian  Hotel	
Chase & Co	
Bligh & Evans	
F Crotty	
Indian William	
N Darling	
J M Wise	
W K Reynolds	
J Winger	
Indians (3)	
G A Libbey	
A Clemes	
J McKay	
Evans & Bligh	
A F Hautier	
A Gilmore	
G Francis	
H B Dart	
L J Lewis	
H B Roycraft	
W Mounce	
Chase & Co	
Indian James	
A McBryan	
C Furlow	
Brought forward.
VIL-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).— Continued.
Vote No. GO.—Transport of Constables and Prisoners.-
Continued.
Special messenger from Supt. Roycraft to Shuswap	
Meals and bed for Con. Dennis at Rogers' Pass	
Hire of horse for Con. Anderson	
do. do. to Joseph's Prairie	
do. do. from       do. to Palmer's Bar.
Expenses incurred searching for O. Graham at Eagle Pass	
Hire of horse for Con. Kier	
Meal and horse feed do    	
Hire of horse do.     to Quamichan during potlatch	
do.    & buggy do.     searching for Lee Hung	
Meal for Con. Kier and prisoner	
Hack for A. McLean, J. P., to Victoria Gaol, sundry times, in absence
of Supt. Roycraft	
Hack for A. McLean, J  P., and Supt. Roycraft, sundry times	
Hire of rifles for Supt.  Roycraft and constables pursuing suspected
Indians in northern waters	
Sundry stage fares of constables between Victoria and Esquimalt...
Expense taking prisoner from Hope to New Westminster	
Meals, bed, & horse feed, & hire of boat, for Con. Kier at Cowichan Lake
Board and lodging for Con. McNeill, re Lytton murder	
Sundry disbursements for hack hire, etc	
Conveying Supt. Roycraft in hand-car from Ruby Creek to Spuzzum ..
Passage of Cons. McNeill, Cunningham, and prisoners	
Meals for Officer Hussey and prisoner at Spence's Bridge  	
Fare of Con. Elliott and prisoner, Vancouver to New Westminster, and
return of constable	
Fare of constables and prisoners between Vancouver and New Westminster, sundry times	
Meal for Officer Moresby	
do. do.	
Meals do.     	
Meals and bed  do. 	
do. do. re Lytton murder	
Fares & meals Con. Wilson bet. Chilliwhack and Maple R., sundry times
Meals and bed       do. at do.      	
Fares of constables and prisoners, New Westminster to Vancouver .
Hire of canoe for Con. Stephenson	
Meal for Con. Bercier	
do. do. and prisoners	
do.  & bed do. do	
do. do. do	
do. do. 	
do. do. 	
do. & bed do. re arrest of Groom	
Fare of Con. Bercier & 2 prisoners to Kamloops, and return of constable
do. constables and prisoner, New Westminster to Port Moody. ..
Meals & horse keep for Con. Swan pur Ind. George ch'ged with murder
Hire of horse, do. do. do.
Meals & horse keep, do. do. do.
Meals, bed,    do. do. do. do.
Meal for Officer Hussey at Nicomin 	
Prov. & hire of team for Con. Wise & special, re Lytton murder 	
Board and lodging for Con. Wise at Spence's Bridge	
Meals and bed for Officer Hussey at Donald	
do. do. Rogers Pass	
do. do. Farwell	
do. do. Shuswap	
do. do. Ashcroft	
do, do. Savona Ferry	
Conveying Con. Stanner on hand-car to Spuzzum	
Meal for do. at Port Moody	
Conveying       do. and prisoner, P. Moody, & constable returning
Hire of team for Supt. Roycraft and constables	
Conveying Con. McKay on hand-car, Lytton to Reefer's and return ...
do. do. do. do. do.
Meals for Officer Hussey and prisoner at Keefer's	
Hire of team for   do.     re Lytton murder	
Feed for do. do. 	
Meals and bed       do.     at Ashcroft	
Meals & hire of team for Officer Hussey & con. at Lytton, sundry times
Meals and bed for Cons. Mainguy and Campbell at Goldstream	
Hack for Con. Campbell to Driving Park Races	
Ferrying constables and prisoners across Fraser River	
Expenses incurred while acting as constable	
do.     for hack hire, etc  	
Fare of Con. Stephenson and prisoner to Nanaimo, & return of constable
Meals and bed for Con. Smith, searching for supposed murderer of Gillies
Hire of horse for Con. Smith and special, bringing prisoner to Kamloops
Ferrying Con. Smith, special, and prisoner, across Shuswap	
Hire of horse for Con. Furlow, taking prisoner to Granite Creek	
1,692 S2
Carried forward
1,692 32
3,803 16
50
4 00
1 00
2 00
2 00
8 50
2 50
1 00
2 50
2 50
1 00
7 00
n 00
5 00
6 00
8 60
7 50
6 00
21 00
16 00
65 00
75
3 00
23 00
50
60
3 00
1 00
4 50
8 00
5 00
3 00
1 00
50
1 50
6 00
1 50
60
50
1 00
38 50
2 00
2 00
2 00
4 65
2 60
50
5 00
5 00
5 00
3 50
1 50
50
60
1 50
6 00
50
8 50
8 00
3 00
4 50
3 00
8 00
7 50
1 00
13 50
3 00
1 00
3 00
8 25
4 85
1 50
1 SO
2 50
1 00
4 00
3,711 26
8,762 46 60
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
S   cts.
1,692 32
3,711 26
11 75
3 50
6 00
4 50
7 60
24 50
25 00
57 00
57 00
2 50
2 00
7 50
2 00
8 00
12 00
2 50
4 00
1 50
75
1 50
1 50
24 00
2 00
2 50
160 00
4 00
1 78
I 00
1 00
28 00
17 50
3 00
2 00
2 50
41 20
1 50
27 50
1 50
29 00
1 50
5 00
12 00
25 50
3 50
4 00
2 00
1 50
1 00
6 00
5 50
10 00
5 00
10 00
2 50
2 00
2 00
3 00
5 75
5 50
3 50
1 00
10 50
7 50
2 00
12 00
7 50
3 00
10 00
1 60
39 50
2 25
7 50
6 00
38,752 45
T Daley	
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER  THAN
SAIARTES).—ConUrmed..
Vote No. OO.— Transport of Constables and Prisoners.—
Continued.
Horse leed and provisions for constables at Kcreineous, sundry times..
T Ellis	
do.   horse keep for G. C. Tunste.ll, Con. Hobbs and pris'r at Penticton
do.              do.                     do.                      do.                  Keremeous
do.              do.                      do.                     do.                 Granite Ck.
B Brice	
SM Walker	
H Hobbs   	
J F Allison   	
E Broder   	
Horse hire and provisions for constables at Princeton  	
do.           expenses pursuing Indian George,              19 days @ S3
do.                         do.                             do.                      19   „           3
Meals and bed for Officer Hussey at Ashcroft            	
Hire of horse for Constable Bell	
Board and lodging for Officer Hussey	
Conveying Supt. Roycraft and   do.    on hand-car, Lytton to Four-mile
Board and lodging for Officer Hussev at Lytton, during Assizes	
Bligh & Evans   	
W Mitchell   	
Do          	
Fare of Con. Huntly, Vancouver to New Westminster & return (twice)
Meals and horse keep for Con. Kier at Cowichan Landing	
Conveying Con. Mainguy with prisoner to gaol	
W Johns   	
Brown & Ferguson	
Indian Michael	
R Fry	
Meals for                                      do.       at Bonner's Ferry	
Fare of Con. Allen and prisoner, Clinton to Barkerville and return ....
Meals and bed for Con. Allen and prisoner at Clinton	
B C Express Co  	
Marshall & Smith   	
F W Foster	
Board and lodging for Officer Moresby, awaiting advice, re reprieve of
J Kier 	
J Elvin 	
T H Cudlip    	
do.       Sheriff and prisoners to penitentiary	
H B Roycraft 	
Meals and keep of horse for Constable Lewis at Saanich   	
do.                                do.       to arrest Cowan at Kokasailah   	
do.           and buggy, do.       sundry times	
Hire of canoe for               do.       and Mainguy, arresting Tashley	
Meals, bed, and horse keep, for Constable Kier at Cowichan Lake	
Packing for Constable Anderson on trip to Tobacco Plains, re murder
J A Kier	
Indian Andrew	
Meals and bed for Constable Redgrave at Banff, North-West Territory.
S H Hungerford	
J D Moultan	
S Keefe	
do.       Con. McKay at Spence's Bridge   	
Vieth & Borland   	
W Boyd	
T M Hamilton	
W Abel	
J Wright	
Meals                                                          do.          and prisoner	
J Boyd  	
J T Edwards	
Conveying constables and prisoners from R.R. depot to gaol, Kamloops
J Webb    	
W L LeBallister	
Hire of horse & buggy and stage fares for Con. Stephenson, sundry times
Str "Gladys"	
Fare and meals for Con. Coppen and prisoner to New Westminster	
Fare of Con. Huntley and prisoner, Vancouver to New Westminster,
W B Townsend	
J Watkin	
Meal for              do.                      do.       and constable	
Conveying          do.                     do.       Nicola to Kamloops, S35 ; meal
84.50	
R Scott	
G Tumlish	
E O'Rourke	
Meals, bed, and horse keep for G. C. Tunstall, prisoner and constable,
Carried forward.	
1,692 32
4,530 74
38,752 45 51 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
(>J
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
cts. t
$   cts.
J Charters	
W J Thompson	
J Uates	
W M oresby	
J T Edwards 	
W McFadden	
J R Tait	
Driard Transfer Co	
T Henderson	
VV G Bowman 	
Elk Hotel, Comox	
W G Bowman	
D Bamfleld	
W P Jaynes	
J Levy 	
F Carne	
Driard Transfer Co	
J W Bromlv	
W H Coburn	
S Gray	
J Gates	
J Holman	
C Stanley	
T McNeeley	
R R Gilpin	
Str " Amelia"	
J F Monteith	
Indian Joe	
J L Gagnon 	
Colonial Hotel	
B C Express Co	
Evans & Bligh	
F Beattie	
0 H Abelev	
W Pybus 	
B Norman	
W R Austin	
T McNeeley	
J Musselwhite	
G Anderson	
BCSF&TCo   	
Moodyville S M Co	
S R Conner 	
J R McDonnell	
Colonial Hotel	
T Woods	
D Hurley	
J Rogers	
H O Bowe	
D Ercole	
J E Moore	
J S Place 	
Marshall & Smith	
N Gustafsen	
Colonial Hotel	
E J Ermatinger	
A F Hautier	
A Clemes	
B C Express Co	
Ashcroft Hotel	
B Eickhoff	
J Corrigan	
H Redgrave	
F Beattie 	
T Forrest	
F Brown	
F Beattie 	
G Genille 	
H Home	
J J Russell	
T MeNeeley	
G A Kier	
Colonial Hotel	
J C Kertrund 	
Mainland Transfer Co.
F Faulconer	
H Johnson 	
L L'Henaff	
L C Faulconer	
B Burgo	
Brough t forward.
VII.-ADMINISTKATION  OF  JUSTICE (OTHEK THAN
SALARIES).-Om<«" <«<?.
Vote No. 00.—Transport of Constables and Prisomrs.
Continued.
Hire of horse for Constable Charters      	
do. conveying prisoner from Granite Creek to Nicola	
Hire of hack for Officer Moresby, serving summons    ....
Sundry expenses incurred for meals, &c     	
Board and lodging for Officer Moresby and Con. Armstrong at Kamloops
Expenses bringing prisoner from Vesuvius to Victoria	
Hire of buggy for Con. Lindsay	
Hack for Gaoler Hutcheson and prisoner to Supreme Court	
do.     constables, sundry times	
Stage fare for Constable Campbell, sundry times	
Board and lodging for Constable Flewin, re murder of Dring &, Miller
Hire of buggy for Constable to Saanich ...        	
Conveying prisoners to Victoria Gaol	
Hire of buggy for Con. Kier    	
Meals, do. '.	
do. do. 	
Hack for Supt. Roycraft	
Meals, etc., Con. Whiteley in pursuit oi Iouk Ching ..    ..   	
Hire of buggy for Con. Drake	
Meals for prisoners at Chemainus	
Conveying prisoners to Penitentiary   	
Boat for Con. Campbell in Esquimalt Harbour	
Ser. with boat with Supt. Roycraft at Ladner's, re Harris murder	
Boat hire for Constables, do.
Horse for Con. Jones, re murder at Kettle River	
Fare, etc., Constable and prisoners, Nanaimo to Chemainus  	
Portion of expenses of Con. Hines to Granite Creek	
Hire of horses for Con. Hines and prisoner to Granite Creek 	
Meals for Constable and prisoner at Priest's Valley	
Meals, etc., for Con. Burr at New Westminster	
Stage, do.       to Bonaparte	
Meals, etc. do.       and prisoner at Ashcroft	
do. for Constables Dennis and Fyke, Rogers' Pass	
Assisting do. do. 	
Conveying prisoners from Ladner's to New Westminster	
Paid fare to New Westminster	
Special stage, do. with prisoners	
Board, etc., for Con. and prisoners at Ladner's, re murder of-Harris .
Special stage for Officer Moresby to Ladner's	
do. do. & Supt. Roycraft, m. arrests at Lad.
Fares of Con. Miller, sundry times 	
Passage, Con. McFaul to Malsapina Straits	
Stage fares of Constables and prisoners to and from N. W., sundry times
Meals for Con. Armstrong at Hammond	
do.    etc., do. New Westminster	
do.   for Con. Hines 	
Conveying Con. Phair and prisoners to J. P.'s Court	
Meals, etc., Con. Allen and prisoners	
do. do. 	
do. do. 	
do. do.	
do. do. 	
do. do. 	
Conveying Con. Allen & prisoners Dog Ck. to Clinton, and con. return'
Board and lodging for Con. Dodd at New Westminster 	
Meal, etc., for Con. Dodd and prisoners, North Bend	
Meals and bed for Officer Hussey at Hautier's ranch	
Conveying do. on hand-car to Lytton	
Special stage for do. Ashcroft to Veasey's and back	
Meals, etc., for do. 	
do. Cons. Wilson at New Westminster	
Meals, ferriage, etc., for Con. Wise at Hope	
Expenses taking prisoner to Golden City	
Meals for Con. Dennis at Rogers Pass	
Meals, etc., for Con. Anderson at Donald	
Meals for Con. Dennis and Fyke at Bear Creek	
do. do. Rogers Pass       .    ...
do. do. Beaver Creek	
Hire of sleigh, Con. Hamilton and prisoner	
Carriage for Supt. Roycraft    	
Board for constable and transport of prisoners, Ladner's to New West'r
Horse hire for Con. Kier, sundry times         	
Meals, etc., for Con. Brooks at New Westminster.	
do. Officer Moresby at Blaine	
Buggy hire for constable, New Westminster, sundry times	
Horse hire, etc., for Officer Moresby to Blaine, re Harris murder ..
Buggy, do. sundry times	
Services with boat for Officer Moresby at Ladner's	
Meals, etc., of constables, re Harris murder	
Hire of boat for Officer Moresby at Ladner's, re Harris murder	
Carried forward.
4,530 74! 38,752 45
20 00
5 00
2 50
14 60
10 00
9 25
S 00
1 0,1
6 00
8 50
6 00
6 00
1 50
5 00
3 00
2 50
2 00
2 00
2 50
6 25
4 50
1 00
15 00
43 25
10 00
6 75
3 00
36 00
2 50
1 50
6 00
2 50
10 50
2 00
8 00
1 00
5 00
79 25
10 00
6 00
13 50
8 50
15 00
1 00
2 60
1 50
S 00
5 00
2 60
6 00
7 50
35 00
2 50
50 00
4 00
4 50
7 25
1 60
8 00
2 60
1 25
5 25
2 35
1 OC
7 00
4 50
12 50
4 0C
75
2 5C
48 60
7 50
4 00
1 0C
30 0C
5 50
32 00
6 0C
10 5C
2 00
1,712 32  5,267 34 38,752 45 62
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
S   cts.
8   cts.
H Redgrave	
J E Humphries
E J Ermatinger	
J E Humphries
H Anderson	
Do 	
R L T Galbraith	
J O'Brian	
Dunlop & Mounce... .
J Rodello	
J M Langley	
A Monk	
Victoria Transfer Co .
J Kier	
W T Cotsford	
H Anderson	
D W Mainguy	
J C Jenkins  	
Indian Charley	
R Watkins	
Fell & Co	
J D Campbell	
D Gowdy.   	
L L'Henaff	
C Stanley 	
J Clark	
F M Bard	
J Palone	
Indian Charley	
Callbreath, Grant & Cook
T Chisholm	
P O Hulburt 	
AS Blackwood	
W T Atherton	
N Hanson	
O G Dennis	
J Kirkup	
A JKirkpatrick	
J Duck	
F Levierre	
Indian Aneas	
Hugh Deveroy	
G Etheridge	
Indian August	
B C Express Co	
Marshall & Smith	
J Mundorf	
Bligh & Stuart	
O Ingram	
W Manning   	
J Watlin	
T Richardson   	
J Watlin	
W Charters.	
A Irwin	
W J Taylor  	
Colonial Hotel	
A Clemes	
Indian Jim	
Do   Quaqualinoth	
Str "Saturna"	
J Hirst  	
T Kinkade	
Indian Tom 	
T Beckinsell 	
A E Planta	
Indian Jim	
Do   Seatelum	
A R Johnston & Co	
C Karst	
W L LeBallister	
Do 	
Sabiston & Wilcox	
Indian Charley	
S Shaw	
A R Johnston & Co	
J Webb	
Colonial Hotel	
C Karst	
Brought forward.
VII.
-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).—Conft/metf.
Vote No. OO.—Transport of Constables and Prisoners.
Continued.
Expenses taking prisoners to Donald	
Horse hire and provisions for Con. Humphries on trip to Bull River
Meal for Con. Anderson to N. Bend	
Supplies for       do. and packer. Wild Horse to Golden 	
Hire of horse,    do. do. do.
Keep of Constable's horses at Wild Horse Creek, sundry times	
Freight on Con. Anderson's baggage, Kootenay Lake to Wild Horse
Conveyance for Constables and prisoners to Wellington	
Fare of Con. Stephenson to Nanaimo   	
Meals for Indian prisoners	
Expenses taking prisoner to New Westminster	
Hire of horse for Con. Kier	
Conveying Con. Kier and prisoner, Russell's Station to Gaol.   .....
Buggy for do. to Somenos	
Hire of sloop for Con. Anderson to C. Mndge, re murder of Dring and
Miller, 20 days	
Sundry expenses incurred at C. Mudge, re murder of Dring and Miller.
Board and hire of horse, Con, Anderson, Chemainus, do,
do.
do.
do.
do.
Nanaimo,
to Kuper I.,
Nanaimo,
C. Mudge,
do.
do.
do.
do.
Meals and bed
Conveying
Meals and bed.
Supplies for
Paid for boat hire at Sooke 	
Moving furniture to new office of Supt. of Police	
Rowing boat for Supt. Roycraft at Ladner's, re Harris murder
do. do do.
Conveying prisoner from Nicola to Kamloops    .
Meals for do. do. 	
Hire of horse to convey prisoner from Granite Creek to Nicola
Packing for Con. Giffen, fm. Telegraph Ck. to McDame's Ck. and back.
Provisions do. do. do.
Meals for Con. Chisholm while searching for escaped prisoner at Golden
do. Hulbert do. do. Donald
Expenses for Con. Walsh at Beaver Creek	
Meals do.      Dennis at Illecillewaet	
Meals          do.                   and prisoner at Revelstoke
Expenses incurred taking prisoner to Donald	
do. do. fares, $16.do; meals, $6.25
Meals and bed for Constables at Grand Prairie, searching for F. Spencer
do. do Duck's, do.
Hire of horse for Constable Levierre, do.
Hire of horse while searching for F. Spencer   	
Paid fare from Kamloops to Shuswap and return, 84.70; meals SI.50
Paid for meals and keep of horse, searching for F. Spencer	
Hire of horse for constable, do. 	
Fares for Constable Smith and prisoner, Ashcroft to Clinton and return
Meals and bed for    do.        at Clinton ...   	
do. do.       at Bonaparte	
do. do.       and prisoner at Ashcroft ....
Hire of horse for Constable Ingram at Granite Creek._	
Meals and bed for Constables and prisoners, sundry times
do. for Con. Ingram and prisoner, en route to Granite Creek
do. do. do.       at Pike Lake	
do. for Constable Falome   do.       en route to Nicola .
do. do. do.       at Otter Flat	
Expenses of Constable Irwin, Nicola to Granite Creek	
Meal for Officer Hussey at Yale	
Meals and bed,   do.       at New Westminster    	
do. for prisoner at Spence's Bridge	
Assisting Constable Drake at Narrow Island  	
do. do. do	
Hire of steamer taking constables to do	
Meals for constables at Englishman's River, re murder at Comox
do.    etc.,       do.       Qualicum, do.
do.    canoe hire, etc., constables at Qualicum,
do.    etc., for constables and prisoners at Comox	
Hire of canoe for    do. do	
do.       etc., do. re murder at Denman Island	
Service with canoe do. do. 	
Provisions for constables on trip to Narrow Island,   do	
Bread for do. do. do	
Hire of waggon and team for constables to Englishman's River    ..
Hire of buggy for constables, sundry times	
Bed for Constable Kier at Nanaimo	
Conveying   do.     Stewart, Chemainus to Kuper Island and return
Hire of sloop and services with Con. Stephenson to Seeshelt	
Provisions for do. do	
Meals for constables attending Nanaimo Assize   	
Meals, ect., for Con. Stephenson at New Westminster 	
Meals for Constable Kier at Nanaimo	
do.    Duncan I
Carried forward.
1,712 32
1,712 32
6 60
18 00
75
17 00
28 00
5 00
8 00
6 00
60
1 00
2 00
5 00
2 00
4 00
108 00
26 00
12 50
9 75
2 00
4 25
85 81
1 50
9 00
2 50
2 50
22 00
2 25
10 00
20 00
49 12
75
2 50
8 25
1 50
2 50
19 65
22 90
17 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
6 20
9 00
18 00
15 00
3 50
60
3 00
8 00
15 00
5 00
8 00
4 50
6 00
9 60
1 00
4 00
1 50
4 50
4 50
20 00
1 00
2 00
21 00
12 60
2 00
7 50
4 50
6 62
2 97
14 00
6 00
50
4 50
24 00
1 75
10 50
3 00
1 50
*   eti.
88,752 45
6,078.86    38,752 46 51  Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July,   1886, to 30th June, 1887.
63
TO whom paid.
FOR  WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
*   cts.
J C Greene	
Schubert's Express	
J Duck	
A J Kirkpatrick	
G J Wallace	
W Postill  	
Eli Lequime   	
Schubert's Express	
A Schubert  	
Cosmopolitan Hotel
T Ellis	
Hector McLean	
J S Bennett	
Indian Levierre	
Jean Baptiste 	
R McLean 	
D McDonald	
N Kelly	
Bligh & Stuart	
W Cargyle 	
B Eickoff 	
J T Edwards	
G Looney     	
J Hetherington   	
T M Hamilton	
W Boyd	
Marshall & Smith   	
D Kelly	
Bligh & Stuart 	
Colonial Hotel	
B C Express Co   	
PC Dunlevy	
W H Keatley	
C Phair   	
Marshall & Smith   	
D Hurley	
Bligh & Stuart	
A Cleniis	
J Corrigan	
Ewen & Co	
B W Ward	
L'Henaff & Stanley ....
W R Austin 	
G H Grant	
H Johnson 	
C Freund	
B Norman	
Colonial Hotel	
J Cates  	
J S Bryson	
Elliott & McCorkery ...
T McNeeley	
J Wise	
Mainland Transfer Co .
J T Howard	
J T Porter	
A Monk	
A W Lawson	
Eureka Stables	
S Gray	
Indian Machell	
H Cogan 	
G Francis	
J McAuslan 	
W G Bowman	
W Burns   	
C J Miller	
H Huston	
Victoria Transfer Co ...
T McNeeley	
W G Bowman	
J Bartlett	
J Porter 	
G B Ordano	
J Kirkup   	
C J Miller	
Colonial Hotel	
Str "Olympian " 	
Str " Alaskan "	
G A Kier	
Brought forward
VH.-ADMINISTRATION OF  JUSTICE (OTHEE  THAN
SALABIES).- Continued.
Vote No. OO.—Transport of Constables and Prisoners.
Continued.
Meals, bed, and keep of horse for Con. Anderson, en route to  Donald
Fare of Con. Tunstall, Kamloops to Priest's Valley	
Meals for Constables	
Meals and bed for Constables at Grand Prairie	
Meals do    	
Meals and bed do. 	
Meals do.       at Mission  	
Fare, Con. and prisoners, Okanagan to Kamloops, and return of Con
Meal do. en route do. 	
Board and lodging for officer at Kamloops 	
Meals for Constable and prisoners at Penticton	
Allowance for expenses while in pursuit of F. Spencer	
Expenses with prisoner at Shuswap	
Horse hire for Con. Smith	
Expenses arresting Long John and taking him to Kamloops	
do. Alexan at Penticton uu. 	
Meals for Con. McDonald at Kamloops	
do.    prisoners at North Bend	
do. do. at Ashcroft	
Meals, etc., for Con. McDonald and prisoner nt Ashcroft ....
Conveying prisoner to gaol, New Westminster	
Meals for prisoners at Kamloops	
Horse for Constable Smith to Tranquille .. 	
Meals, bed, and keep of horse for Con. Allen, to and from Clinton. ..
do.
do.
Board and lodging
Meals for
Meals, etc.,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
attending Clinton  Assize
and prisoner at Clinton..
Ashcroft.
N. West.
Fares of Con. Allen and prisoners, Clinton to Ashcroft
Meals and bed do., at Soda Creek	
Meals, bed, and keep of horse for Con. Phair and prisoners...
Hire of horse for do.       to Clinton ..
Meals, bed, and keep of horse do.       at   do	
Fare of two prisoners, Lillooet to Clinton	
Meals for Officer Hussey and prisoners at Ashcroft	
Meals and bed for Constables at Spence's Bridge	
Meals and ferriage for Con. Wise at Hope .... *	
Hire of steamer "Buzz" to Ladner's, Regina v. Crawford ..
Fare of Con. Ward, Vancouver to New Westminster	
Hire of horses while searching for Crawford, S10; feed, S7.50
do. for constable to Vancouver	
Ferrying Officer Moresby across Fraser River, sundry times
Buggy for       do. to bring in prisoner	
Conveying constable from McNeeley's to Harris' and back ..
do.       Officer Moresby to Harris' and back	
Meals and bed for Con. Armstrong at New Westminster ....
Hack for constables, sundry times	
Fare of do. Moody to New Westminster	
Meals for       do. at Port Moody	
do.        Officer Moresby and prisoners at Ladner's	
Stage fares, sundry times	
Hack hire, do. 	
Buggy for Con. Campbell, sundry times	
Meals for Con. Kier at Cobble Hill	
Hire of horse for Con. Kier, sundry times	
Hack for constable to gaol	
do.       J. P. to gaol, sundry times	
Meals, hire of horse, etc., for Con. Kier at Chemainus	
Canoe hire for Con. Kier to Oyster Harbour	
Meals and bed for constables at Metchosin 	
Buggy hire for Con. Campbell to Metchosin   	
Hire of boat do. at Esquimalt	
Stage fares of constables and prisoners to and from Esquimalt, sun. times
Hire of horse while assisting Con. Kier	
Expenses incurred for meals, etc., at New Westminster and Mayne I'd
Assisting Con. Miller with boat at Ladner's, re Harris murder	
Hack and buggy hire for constables, sundry times	
Board and boat hire for Con. Miller at Ladner's	
Hack for constables, sundry times   ...
do.        Superintendent Roycraft	
do. do. 	
Meals for constables at Cowichan	
Expenses while on duty in Victoria District	
do. do. 	
Meals and bed for Con. Miller at New Westminster	
Passage of Con. Giffen, Wrangel to Victoria    	
Passage and meals, Con. Giffen, Telegraph Creek to Wrangel	
Hire of horse at Cowichan	
Carried forward.
1,712 32
1,712 32
6,078 86 38,752 46
9 50
9 60
1 00
6 00
1 00
2 00
4 50
28 50
1 00
10 00
7 00
26 00
3 50
4 00
9 60
66 20
1 50
50
1 00
13 50
1 50
2 50
1 50
5 00
3 00
5 00
21 00
1 25
8 60
8 00
30 00
7 60
5 50
16 00
22 50
11 00
2 00
3 00
3 00
12 50
1 00
17 50
4 50
2 50
6 00
4 00
2 00
4 00
10 00
75
4 50
4 00
31 50
8 50
7 76
1 50
12 50
2 00
6 50
11 50
1 00
2 50
4 00
2 00
16 00
2 50
7 00
12 50
142 50
18 50
7 50
2 00
1 00
4 75
2 00
1 50
10 00
30 00
7 50
2 50
6,873 66  38,762 46 o4
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 80th June, 1887.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
Hudson Bay Co
C Ryan	
H Ridley   	
J Jerry	
Gormally & Sinclair.
Do
G Robinson, Q C ....
Dalton McCarthy	
H S Mason	
T Davie, ^ C	
J W Sinclair	
C F Moore..   	
H W H Combe	
F U Tuckfield	
J Romang	
C Phair	
R Carson	
Marshall & Smith  .   .
W H Keatley	
Indian Joe	
R J Scott	
Indians William & Abr'm
Do   Shot	
Do   George	
Do   Keizar 	
E Pearson, J P	
H BDart	
D King	
Indian Jack	
R H Lee	
G Newlove	
B C Lehmanowsky...
J Dillon	
E Thain	
J L Hughes	
S E Ferguson   	
W Cargyle	
W H Keatley	
C Phair	
J T Edwards	
J Beaven	
J C Hughes    	
C G Johnson....    .   .
W B Townsend	
C Phair	
CPR	
M J Hartley   	
Evans & Bligh	
G Baillie	
Cornwall Bros	
T Hornby	
" Colonist"	
Indian Billy	
R Matheson, Jr	
J Halloran	
G Lepo	
W L Meason, J P ....
Indian Saul 	
R R Gilpin	
R Neal	
Str " Dunsmuir"	
E Priest	
G Howe	
J Young	
— Sykes	
J O'Brian	
B W Ward	
C Austin	
Dominion Express Co
A M Herring	
D McLean, MD	
P A McMorran	
J MeNerhanie	
W Martin, Sheriff, Idaho
Secretary of State, Can
Brought forward.
VN.-ADMIXISTRATION  OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).—Concluded.
Vote No. GO.— Transport of Constables and Prisoners.
Concluded. „«, J\;
Provisions for Con. Anderson on trip to Metlakatlah	
Lodging do. at       do.        	
Passage do. to       do.        	
Taking- prisoners' effects to lock-up, do.        	
Vote .Vo. 61.—Miscellaneous.
Professional services opposing Writ of Habeas Corpus, Reg. o. Sproule
Sundry disbursements for short-hand notes, copying, etc., do.
Professional services before Supreme Court,   Ottawa, do.
Counsel fee on behalf of prisoner, do. do.
Arbitration fee,Ve Theo. Davie's claim former vices, do.
Amount awarded for ser. and exp. at Ottawa, on behalf of do.
Copying papers and affidavits, do.
do.     despatches, do.
do.      depositions, etc., do.
Subscription to " Standard," for report of trial, 10 weeks, do.
Hauling to Court House, Donald, 4 barrels of whisky (seized)   	
Hire of horse for Sheriff Phair to Clinton, re Malott	
Meals and horse keep,    do. do	
Meals, bed and do. do. do	
do. do.        returning-,        do	
Special messenger to      do.       Lillooet, do	
do. Allison, Princeton, re attempt to rob Thompson
do- W. Jones, J. P., re murder of Gillies	
do. J. R. Scott, Wild Horse Creek :	
do. 6-mile Creek, re Regina v. Connolly and others.
do. Suspension Bridge	
Allowance for expenses holding J. P. Court (twice) $20; fares $4.30..
Hire of horse and buggy for E. Pearson, J.P., Boston Bar to Yale & back
Cleaning room for holding Court at Chemainus	
Special messenger to Sheriff Phair, Lillooet, re execution of Malott
Making plan of vicinity, re murder of Gillies   	
Cleaning Court House, Kamloops	
Special messenger, Osoyoos to Granite Creek, re capture of In. George
Assistant Usher at Victoria Assize, 6 days @ §2.50
Services, re jury list 2   ,, 3
Meals and horse keep for Sheriff Phair, to and from Kamloops, re Malott
Meals, bed, and horse keed,      do. do. do.
do. do. do. do. do.
do. do. do. do. do.
Hire of horse for do. do. do.
Board, lodging and horse keep, do. do. do.
Hauling saw-dust to Court House, Nanaimo	
Services as Registrar, Vancouver County Court, 3 months 	
Remuneration for services as Registrar,   do.    1st August to 30th June
Conveying Grand Jury, New Westminster, on tour of inspection
Hire of horse for Sheriff Phair, to and from Lytton
Fare
do.
Meals, etc.,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Keep of horse for
do.
Ashcroft to Lytton and return	
at Grange	
at Ashcroft	
at Lytton	
at Ashcroft	
Conveying chairs to and from Kamloops Court House   	
Lithographing 1,000 maps of vicinity, re Sproule murder case	
Messenger with telegram to Sheriff Phair, Lillooet	
Printing rules of County Court, Vancouver	
Taking body of Indian (murdered) to lock-up P. Moody, and interment
Meals and bed for W. L. Meason, J. P., holding court at Dog Creek
Allowance for travelling expenses, do.
Messenger with letter fm. Oso3roos to G. Prairie, re murder of Jones
do. do. do.
Interment of Indian at Lytton	
Fare of Govt. Agent to Denman I., to make plan of vicinity of murder
Making survey and plan at Comox, used in evidence 	
Conveyance for E. Priest at Comox, making survey for evidence ...
Mes. with despatch f. Wild Horse Ck., to Golden, re ar. of Kaplas, 18 ds
Messenger to Indian Reserve, Kamloops, for interpreter	
Hire of chairs for Kamloops Court House during Assize	
Paid for telegram, re escape of Walsh at New Westminster ._	
Examining water-closets for clue to evidence, re murder of Harris.   ..
Charges on clothes for microscopical examination	
Medicine and bandages for J. Mathsws (wounded)	
Attendance on do. 	
Taking to New Westminster body of Indian murdered at Coquitlam...
Attending Atty-Gen. office, re "Sea Bird" murder case, $4; expenses, $6
Services in connection with " Corusco " case	
Fees of W. Spencer, extradition case, 2nd hearing "Bull Dog Kelly" case
Carried forward.
$ cts.
t   oti.
1,732 32
6,873 56| 38,752 46
9 00
•> 25
3 00
2 00
650 00
159 20
1,000 00
500 00
60 00
750 00
21 90
3 00
6 00
2 50
1 50
7 60
1 00
8 00
2 50
10 00
5 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
2 00
24 30
15 00
60
10 00
25 00
8 00
38 00
15 00
6 00
2 00
5 60
4 50
1 50
19 50
24 00
2 00
30 00
366 15
3 60
9 00
9 17
5 50
5 00
4 00
3 00
2 50
90 00
12 50
1 75
5 00
10 00
7 20
5 00
6 00
2 00
9 00
22 50
2 50
90 00
1 00
3 00
1 00
6 00
85
1 50
5 00
50
10 00
18 40
636 45
6,889 81
4,768 87
50,411 IS 51 Vrc.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1837.
6o
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
a  cts.
S D Pope, B A	
D Fraser, M A	
F G Walker, B A	
J Anderson, B A	
S D Pope  	
F Dalby  	
B C Agricultural Society
M Miller	
T N Hibben & Co  	
J Sehl	
G Elvin	
BCS&PCo	
Raper, Raper & Co	
C P N Co 	
CPR	
B C Express Co 	
E&NR	
Str " Amelia"	
Victoria Transfer Co   ...
W G Bowman 	
1) Hurley	
J T Edwards 	
Indian Sam	
Str "Gladys"	
Indian " Blanket"	
Str "Senator "	
J Johnson	
J Akerman	
W M Campbell	
R Whitfield 	
J W Whitfield	
E Magnus	
E Muschamp	
S J Cliff e  	
Str " R Dunsmuir "	
J D Bryant  	
W L LeBallister	
Pimbury & Co	
J W Mounce	
Raper, Raper & Co	
H L Freese	
J R Pearson	
S Hilton	
W Stewart	
W Beaumont   	
TCullum	
W Shearing	
Indian Jim	
J McCutcheon	
Str "Gladys"	
C Burton  	
A Tretheway	
R Robertson	
J A Wood	
J Alexander	
E Johnson 	
J T James	
D Lyall 	
F W Howay	
P Spence	
J Dales   ....
G ATowle	
Indian Aeneas	
J R Raymond	
T Penny	
R Wiversheary	
E Pimbury	
J NMuir, B A	
R Offerhaus	
J A Halliday	
J H Thain	
A Dods	
J Kaye	
A C Gowen	
E J Gardiner	
Do 	
E F Doran	
C Forrest	
Brought forivard	
VIII.-BDUCATION.
Vote No. 02 Education Office.
12 mos. @ S150
Salary as Superintendent of Education,
Services as examiner, teachers' examination	
do. do. do. 	
do. Secretary to Board of Examiners	
Travelling allowance inspecting schools, 8 days @ £5, 61 days @ S
Services as messenger at teachers' examination	
Rent of hall for holding do. 	
Cardboard, postal wrappers, etc	
School books, globes, maps, and stationery	
Hire of chairs and tables at teachers' examination	
Expressage on parcels	
Books, maps, etc	
Books for Nanaimo High School	
Sundry fares for Supt. of Education	
do.
do.
do.
do.
Horse and buggy
do.
Fare,
Conveyance,
Ferriage,
Conveying
Express,
Hire of horse for
Driving-
Canoe,
Horse & buggy,
Hire of horse,
do.
Conveying
Keep of horse,
Horse and buggy,
Stationery
Care of horse,
Stationery,
Fare,
Stationery,
Hack,
Hire of horse,
Horse keep,
Horse and buggy,
Taking horse for
Canoe fare,
Conveyance of
Fare,
Canoe fare,
do.
do.
Conveyance of
do.
Taking message for
Fare of
Stationery
Hire of horse for
Canoe fare,
Feed for horse,
do.
Canoe fare,
Stage fare,
Fare of
Returning horse,
Stationery
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
sundry times	
do	
Clinton to Lillooet and return..
Kamloops to N. Thompson and ret'n
at Hope..,	
Hope to Hammond	
Moody to Vancouver	
Vancouver to Moodyville and return
Salt Spring Island	
Chemainus to Nanaimo	
to and from Gabriola Island	
to Wellington and Departure Bay.
Gabriola Island	
Comox	
to and from Denman Island	
Nanaimo to Comox and return . ..
at Saanich	
to Wellington  	
for school examination	
New Westminster to Vancouver..
at Cowichan, 2 days 	
at Maple Bay 	
Shawnigan to Cowichan   	
to Shawnigan 	
Harrison to Chilliwhack	
Centreville to Cheam and Sumas.
Chilliwhack to Johnston's	
Burton's Prairie to Mission	
Mission to Warnock	
Warnock to Hammond • ' ' "	
Ladner's to Boundary Bay	
Central Schools	
to Cedar Hill	
New Westminster to Vancouver .
do. 	
2 days	
to and from Canoe Pass	
Langley to New Westminster....
New Westminster to Vancouver .
to and from Moodyville	
to Boundary Bay	
Vote No. 03.— Victoria. City District.
Principal, High School,
2nd Master,      do.
Principal, Boys' School,
1st Assistant,    do.
2nd     do.
2nd     do.
3rd
3rd
4th
4th
5th
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
12 mos.
12
12
12       ,,
July....
11 mos.
3
July.
?*110
100
100
i $70
60
60
60
60
Carried forward.
1,732 32
1,766 70
1,800 00
150 00
150 00
100 00
284 00
8 00
25 00
9 30
434 25
24 00
50
147 36
13 42
38 00
33 20
22 50
16 50
5 00
35 50
17 50
25 00
6 00
50
3 50
2 50
50
50
3 00
8 00
4 00
3 00
1 00
6 25
i  00
5 00
3 50
4 00
2 62
50
2 00
1 00
8 55
1 00
3 50
50
2 50
1 00
1 00
8 00
50
1 50
4 00
2 00
2 00
50
75
1 00
4 00
4 00
1 50
50
50
3 00
1 00
50
4 00
2 62
3,460 31
1,320 00
1,200 00
1,200 00
960 00
70 00
770 00
540 00
180 00
540 00
180 00
50 00
7,010 00
3,460 31 66
Public: Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
»   cts.
S   «tt.
FG Wright	
A Pollard 	
E Carmichael	
A Pollard	
KTodd 	
E F Doran	
S A Robinson	
F E Armstrong	
LM Caldwell	
LM Reid	
A D Cameron	
Do	
L A Barron	
Do	
L Horton	
S A Robinson	
L Horton	
C Forrest	
E Carmichael	
Do	
A Keast 	
M V Storey	
H Jackson	
A C Gowen	
FG Wright	
A Keast	
C Forrest	
WH Huxtable	
S Jackson	
Mrs Gilchrist	
T Hicks	
A McLean	
S A Robinson	
T J Partridge	
WH Huxtable	
S Jackson 	
Victoria Water Works.
"Standard "	
"Times"	
" Post"	
" Colonist"	
Do        	
Pickering & Co	
J Somers	
H Short	
M Miller	
Nicholles & Renouf...
J Weiler	
J Sehl	
TN Hibben & Co	
J Stewart	
A Innes	
A & W Wilson	
DC Heal	
R E Jamieson	
W Walker	
Hall & Goepel	
TN Hibben & Co	
A Lewis & Co	
Eli Harrison	
J Sears	
W S Beckwith	
T Stacker	
J P Elford 	
S L Kelly & Co	
H Noble	
WHBone	
E Mallandaine	
W H Brooks	
R Plummer	
W C Robinson	
J W Thomson ...
H J Rossiter	
R S Fraser	
G H Sluggett....
J Mundell	
A M Bannerman.
W Tomlinson	
WM Wood	
5th Assistant, Boys' School,
5th do.
6th do.
6th do.
6th do.
Monitor,
do.
Brought forward	
VIII— EDUCATION.—Continued.
Vote No. 03.— Victoria City District.—Concluded.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Principal, Girls' School,
1st Assistant,
2nd
2nd
3rd
3rd
4th
4th
4th
5th
5th
5th
6th
6th
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Teacher, James' Bay School,
do.       Johnson St.    do.
do. do.
Monitor,     do.
do. do.
Teacher, Rock Bay
Janitor, Central
do.     Johnson St.
do. do.
do.     James' Bay
do.      Rock Bay
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
7 mos. <3 $50
4       „ 50
July	
7 mos. @ $50
4        ,, 50
17th Jan. to 31st March @   25
3 mos. @    25
12
12        ,, 70
July	
11 mos. @ S70
July	
12 mos. @
July	
6£ mos. @
*i        ,. 55
July	
1st Aug. to 12th Sept. @ $50
13th Sept. to 30th June @   50
1st Aug. to 12th Sept. @   50
13th Sept. to 30th June @   50
12 mos. @   70
9        „ 70
3        ,, 70
July	
1st Aug. to 12th Sept. @ $25
13th Sept. to 30th June @ $70
14 mos. to 30th June
13
10
Monitor, Girls' School (3rd assistant being sick),
31st Oct.
30th June ,, V
30th June ,, I'
30th June ,, I
Dec., 16 day
Services at City Hall (lighting fires, etc., at Trust, meetings), 2 years .
Sawing wood, $12.50 ; brush, 75 cts   	
Washing towels, Johnson Street School	
Water supply, to 30th June, 1887	
Advertising notices	
do. do	
do. do	
do. do	
Printing ballots, election of trustees	
Hire of theatre for semi-annual examination	
5 frames for statistics of Superintendent's examination.
2 call bells	
Letter, circulars, etc	
Hammer, nails, bell, etc	
Brooms, etc., hire of chairs	
Coal scuttle, mats, etc	
Chalk and sundry books	
Plumbing      	
Coal and wood	
Stove-pipe	
do	
Charts and erasers   	
Coal	
Coal	
Stamps and stationery for trustees	
Stove pipe, fittings, etc	
Painting names on board, High School	
Glazing	
Expressage	
Scavenging	
Ink wells for desks	
3 coal scuttles	
Cut wood	
Returning officer, election of trustees, Yates street	
do. do. James' Bay	
Poll clerk, do. Johnson street	
do. do. Yates street	
Returning officer, do. Johnson street $10; screen, $4.
Vote No. 04.— Victoria District.
Teacher, N. Saanich School,
do.
do.
do.
do.
S. Saanich
do
do.
W. Saanich
do.
do.
Craigflower
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Lake
do.
do.
Cedar Hill
do.
July	
11 mos. @ $70
12
12
2
10
12
July.
Carried forward.
1,766 70
100 00
20 00
20 00
76
3 00
30 00
7 50
8 00
1 10
28 37
2,005 42
7,010 00      3,460 SI
350 00
200 00
50 00
350 00
200 00
62 10
75 00
960 00
840 00
70 00
770 00
60 00
660 00
55 00
357 50
247 50
50 00
70 00
480 00
70 00
480 00
840 00
630 00
210 00
25 00
36 83
672 00
700 00
50 00
80 00
130 00
100 00
12 90
40 00
13 25
6 00
102 00
25 65
9 00
16 00
34 20
16 00
8 00
12 40
3 00
10 25
6 60
9 50
13 50
28 37
4 05
252 00
7 00
21 62
10 25
37 60
37 50
24 22
16 63
7 00
25 25
1 00
52 00
6 00
8 00
8 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
14 00
70 00
770 00
960 00
720 00
130 00
650 00
600 00
60 00
3,960 00
17,857 57
31,318 I 51  Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1*87.
67
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears
9      cts.
D E Kerr	
M Williams	
P Imrie	
T Mitchell	
W Thomson   ....
M J Dodd 	
S Jones	
H King   	
J Sinclair	
N Wolfenden. ..
A N Bannerman.
J J Bannerman..
D E Kerr	
J J Bannerman..
F J Amery	
M Jennings	
E Milne	
D Cartmel  	
A Peatt    	
ES Field	
E J Campbell	
H W Graves	
IMF Barron....
R A R Purdy ....
W T Kinney	
D Irwin	
W A Livinge ....
A Monk	
S G Lewis	
W H Phelps ....
J A Hoy	
E S Wood	
J W Blair	
M Jackson	
W Sivewright ...
W Hunter, B A..
J R Scott	
A Blyth	
RM Miller	
G Furness	
J H Rowbotham.
T P Windsor	
W Robson	
J Greig	
T Trage	
W J Shearing-. .. .
T W Mowat	
J N Evans	
E BPaul, MA...
D Jones	
J Shaw	
L Mebius	
E Bell	
A F Gardiner  ...
E M Reynard	
M Bryant	
G Stainburn, B A
J W Blair	
M Lawrence	
J Ramsay	
J S Kaye	
M F Halliday....
A Shaw	
S Preston	
E S Bell	
J R Scott	
J Dougan, Jr....
S E Lindsay	
T Fletcher'	
J Thomas	
R Chappie	
GR Porter	
C N Young	
Brought forward	
VIII.-EDUCATTON. -Continued.
Vote No. 04.— Victoria District.—Concluded.
Teacher, Cedar Hill School, 11 mos. @
do.     Cadboro Bay do. 12       ,,
Grant for incidental expenses, N. Saanich School, to 30th June, 1887
do. do. S. Saanich do.
do. do. W. Saanich do.
do. do. Craigflower do.
do. do. Lake do.
do. do. Cedar Hill do.
do. do. Cadboro Bav do.
Vote No. 05.-- Esquimalt District.
Teacher, Esquimalt School,
12 mos.
2
10
July...
August
9th Sept. to 30th June
12 mos.
Grant for incidental expenses, Sooke School, to 30th June, 1887.
do. do. Esquimalt do.
do. do. Colwood do.
do. do. Metchosin do.
Vote No. 00.— Coivichan District.
do.
Colwood
do
do.
do.
do.
do.
Metchosin
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Sooke
do.
@?70
50
50
@ S50
Teacher,
Cowichan School,
12 mos. @ $50
do.
Maple Bay   do.
2        „        50
do
do.             do.
20th Sept.
;o 30th June @   50
do
Vesuvius B. do.
12 mos. @   5C
do
Burgoyne B do.
1st July
to 24th Oct. (3   55
do
do.             do.
25th Oct
to 7th Feb. @   55
do
do.             do.
4 mos. (ct   55
do
Quamichan do.
12        ,,        55
do
Chemainus  do.
12        „        50
do.
Mayne Id.   do.
12        ,,        55
do
Shawnigan   do.
12       „        50
do.
Somenos       do.
do.
do.             do.
11 mos. @ $50
do
do
Beaver Pt.    do.
do.             do.
July	
11 mos. @ $50
do
do
S. Cowichan do.
do.             do.
July 	
11 mos. <rt $50
Grant foi
incidental expense*
, Cowichan Schoo
, to 30th June, 1887	
do.
do.
Maple Bay          ,
,.
do.
do.
Burgoyne Bay    ,
do.
do.
Quamichan
,,
do.
do.
Chemainus         ,
do.
do.
Mayne Island     ,
do.
do.
Shawnigan
,,
do.
do.
Beaver Point      ,
do
do.
S. Cowichan        ,
do.
do.
Vesuvius             ,
do.
do.
Somenos              ,
,,                ....
Vote No. 07—Nanaimo District.
12 mos.
12
12
12
Principal, Nanaimo High School,
do.     Nanaimo Boys'    do.
1st Assistant,       do. do.
2nd Assistant,      do. do.
Principal, Nanaimo Girls'    do.
do. do. do.
1st Assistant,       do. do.
2nd Assistant,      do. do.
Principal, Wellington School,
Assistant, do.
do. do.
Teacher, North Cedar School,
do.       South        do.
do. do. do.
do.       South Gabriola School,
do. do. do.
do.       North do.
do.       Oyster School,
do. do.
do.       Departure Bay School,
do.       Alberni School,
Grant for incidental expenses, South Cedar School, to 30th June,
do. do. South Gabriola School, do.
do. do. Oyster do. do.
do. do. Departure Bay      do. do.
Carried forward.
12
11
12 mos.
July
9th Aug. to 30th June
12 mos!
July
8th Aug. to 30th June
3 mos
15th Oct. to 30th June
12 mos
July..
11 mos
12
11th Aug. to 30th June.
(S $100
90
60
50
70
70
55
60
S75
@ S50
@ 55
@ $50
@ 50
@ 50
@ 50
$50
50
@ 60
1887
2,005 42
3,960 00
660 00
600 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
840 00
100 00
500 00
60 00
60 00
584 00
600 00
40 90
40 00
40 00
40 00
600 00
100 00
466 67
600 00
207 58
191 17
220 00
660 00
600 00
660 00
600 00
50 00
550 00
50 00
550 00
50 00
550 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
1,200 00
1,080 00
720 00
600 00
420 00
420 00
660 00
550 00
900 00
50 00
537 10
660 00
50 00
538 70
150 00
427 41
600 00
50 00
550 00
600 00
638 87
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
11,467 08
21,318 !
2,904 00
7,146 42
36,867 30 68
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
cts.
$   cts.
cts.
J
J McLay
J C Mollett	
Raper, Raper & Co
J H Pleace	
" Free Press"	
"Colonist"	
Vancouver Coal Co
A Mayer & Co	
L Page	
W Wilson	
J T O'Brian 	
J Lawless	
SGough	
M Wolf	
CL Smith	
T Fulton	
P Haarer	
M Randle	
L Manson	
SGough	
M K Leighton ....
A Ivy	
Dunsmuir & Sons.
sivy ;...
J H Pleace	
M Manson	
T Mounce	
C McDonald   	
CL Smith	
Hosken & Sons ...
M F Halliday .
J Mundell	
M Heard	
J D McMillan
H L Bailey . .
M L Harding .
E Coghlan....
T H Piercy ...
G G McDonald
E Duncan
J H Piket ....
H M Stramberg, B A
D Wilson, B A	
E A Jamieson	
W C Coatham   	
J McBride 	
M R Davidson	
E Rogers	
E A Davidson	
J Rankin  	
Do       	
J Johnson	
ZSHall	
Wintemute   	
T R Pearson & Co...
"Columbian "	
'' Guardian "	
H Elliott	
ESScoullar& Co...
J Cunningham & Co
C G Major	
T J Trapp & Co  ....
BCS&PCo   	
DLyall	
J A Calbick	
C Murray	
G B Murray	
HBurr	
W D Ferris   	
Brought forward   	
VIIT— EDUCATION— Continued.
Vote No. 07.—Nanaimo District.—Concluded.
Grant for incidental expenses, North Cedar School, to 30th June, 1887
do. do. North Gabriola    do. do.
do. do. Alberni do. do.
Pencils, chalk, etc., Nanaimo Schools	
Locks and repairs, stovepipe, etc., do. 	
Advertising, do. 	
do. do. 	
Coal, do. 	
Brushes, etc., do. 	
Painting 2 blackboards, Nanaimo High School	
Coal Scuttles, Nanaimo Schools	
Hauling coal, do. 	
Repairs, do. 	
Shade trees, do. 	
Stamps and stationery for board of trustees,     do. 	
Painting blackboards and glazing, do. 	
Janitor, Nanaimo Girls' School, 5 mos. @ $6
do. do. 7       .,
do.       Nanaimo Boys' and High Schools, 12       ,,     12
Returning officer, election of trustees, Nanaimo, 2 days..
do.
do.
Janitor,
Coal,
Cleaning stovepipe,
2 keys,
Chair,
Fencing outhouse,
Map-case, step-ladder, etc.,
Glazing,
Hauling coal,
do. do.
do. do.
Wellington School, 11 mos. to 31st Dec, @ $4
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
South Comox
do.
do.
Courtenav
do.
do.
Denman Isl'd
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
2,005 42
Vote No. 08.—Comox District.
Teacher, North Comox School, 1st July to 7th Aug., @ $50
7th Sept. to 30th June, ,, 50
12 mos. „ 50
12 mos. „ 50
July	
4 mos. 23 days, @ $50
5 „    24        „        50
Grant for incidental expenses, Courtenay School, to 30th June, 1887.
do. do. South Comox School, ,,
do. do. North do. ,,
do. do. Denman Island School,        ,,
Vote No. 09.—Neie Westminster City District.
Principal, High School, 12 mos. @ $100
do.      Boys' School, 12       ,,       100
1st Assistant,   do. July	
do. do. 11 mos. @  $60
2nd    do. do. 11       „        50
Principal, Girls' School, 9       „ 70
do. do. 3       „ 70
Assistant, do. 12       ,, 50
Janitor,    High School, 4       ,, 4
do. do. 11      „
do      Girls' and Boys' School, 14      ,,        15
Chalk, pens, etc	
Painting blackboard, etc	
Copy books, chalk, etc	
Advertising notice	
do. 	
Coal, hauling shrubs, etc	
Stove-pipe, pump, etc.	
Nails and coal scuttle	
Brooms, etc	
Brooms, call-bell, etc	
Chalk	
do	
Repairs	
Glass	
Services as Returning Officer, Election of Trustees	
do. do. do. 	
do. do. do. 	
24 00
18 00
2 00
Carried forward.
16 00
45 00
2 40
9 50
13 75
5 84
9 00
21 15
1 25
6 47
2 00
11,457 08
40 00
19 00
40 00
20 90
20 75
23 00
6 50
92 00
10 00
2 00
14 50
13 25
2 00
5 00
5 00
25 75
30 00
42 00
144 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
44 00
18 00
2 00
1 50
2 00
6 00
17 00
11 00
3 00
61 30
490 00
600 00
600 00
50 00
237 10
288 70
40 00
18 50
40 00
40 00
36,867 30
1,200 00
1,200 00
60 00
660 00
550 00
630 00
210 00
600 00
16 00
66 00
210 00
11 35
12 00
13 75
13 58
2 50
129 00
33 65
3 75
9 59
12 62
2 25
76
22 66
2 00
5 00
6 00
5 00
2,181 78    57,165 59
12,136 23
2,465 60
5,686 46 51 Vic. Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
69
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$    cts.
M Kirkland	
ASM Charlton..
J W Palmer	
J W Robinson	
A Christie	
M Hartney	
RLReed	
A J McDougall.. .
R S Hanna	
R Gordon	
KTodd	
L Thompson	
P Murray	
E Dockrill	
R J Plaxton	
A MeCartey	
J A McLeod	
J P Johnson	
A H Gillanders ..
H Andrews  	
M L Harding ....
O D Sweet	
A Gilchrist	
M Dockrill	
A S Howay  	
G WMcCrae	
E Coghlan	
M L Harding ....
M E Morris   	
B Grant	
W Blair	
F W Howay	
M Beattie	
A S Howay  	
D J Macdonald...
G M Dockrill ....
J C McLennan ...
J A Catherwood .
F W Howay	
M M Harding  ...
M J Murchie	
J Armstrong	
R Burton	
J McKenney	
St. C Blackett ...
R McKee	
D McGillivray ...
J MeCutcheon ...
D T Nelmes	
E A Wadhams ...
N Oliver	
R H Sweeney....
W N Campbell...
R B Kelly	
A A Hart	
J R Wren	
B Springer	
D McKenzie	
H Boyd	
P WSwett	
J W Lawson ....
D L Beckingsale.
J C Calhoun	
A C Wells	
OD Sweet	
J A Calbeck	
A F Goldsmith...
C P Smith	
A J McDougall .
J Irwin	
W T Kinney ....
D W Gillies	
R M Clemitson
L S Clemitson .
D J Macdonald.
E A Jamieson .
R S Hanna .	
T Leduc	
F J Watson....
Brought forward	
VIII— EDUCATION— Continued.
Vote No. 70.—New Westminster District.
Teacher, Moodyville School, 3 n
do.     ' do. 8
do.       Vancouver School, 1st July to 15th September,
Principal, do. 15th November to 30th June,
1st Assistant,       do. 26th January to 30th June,
2nd    do. do. 25th April to do.
Teacher
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Clover Valley School,
Mud Bay do.
do. do.
do. do.
Burton's Prairie do.
do do.
Maple Ridge,      do.
Langley
do.
Prairie
Sumas
Centre ville
Chilliwhack
Cheam
Lulu
do.
Trenant
Stave River
do.
do.
1st Aug. to 16th April,
19th April to 30th June,
12
July
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Mount Lehman do.
do.
York
do.
do.
Canoe Pass
do.
Port Moody
do.
do.
Hall's Prairie
St. Mary's Mis.
Boundary Bay
North Arm
Alder Grove
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
10th Augt. to 31st Dec,
1st July to 14th October,
8
4
12
July
11
12
12
12
12
12
July
11
12
July
8
3
6
6
July
15th Oct. to 30th June,
20th Sept. to       do.
14th May to        do.
5 7-10
July
83 mos.
2|
12
12
55
70
70
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
70
00
00
50
55
80
50
50
50
60
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
@55
55
60
60
50
50
SO
Grant for incidental expenses, Mud Bay School, to 30th June, 1887..
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Burton's Prairie School,
Maple Ridge
Langley
Prairie
Sumas
Centreville
Cheam
Trenant
Stave River
Mount Lehman
York
Port Moody
Hall's Prairie
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
St.Mary's Mission   do.
Moodyville
Clover Valley
Lulu
Canoe Pass
North Arm
Vancouver
Boundary Bay
Chilliwhack
Rent of Hall for Lulu School, 12 months (
Desks, etc., for Aldergrove School.
Freight on   do. do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
1 $5 $ month
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Vote .A
0. 71.
Teacher
Hope
School,
do.
Hope
do.
do.
Yale
do.
do.
Yale
do.
do.   •
Lytton
do.
do.
Cache Creek
do.
Matron,
Cache Creek
do.
Teacher
Nicola Valley
do.
do.
Nicola Valley
do.
do.
Priest's Val.
do.
do.
Okanagan
do.
do.
Okanagan
do.
-Hope- Yale District.
July...
11 mos.
1st July to 25th Oct.
26th Oct. to 30th June
12 mos.
- 12       „
12 „
July...
11 „
H „
1st July to 17th Oct.
18th Oct. to 30th June
(<> S50
@ 60
@ 60
@ 60
76
50
60
60
m
(« $60
Carried forward.
2,181 7!
165 00
440 00
175 00
527 33
259 68
110 00
600 00
50 00
426 66
118 33
400 00
200 00
840 00
60 00
660 00
600 00
660 00
960 00
600 00
600 00
50 00
550 00
600 00
50 00
400 00
150 00
300 00
300 00
50 00
226 66
250 00
172 22
261 25
55 00
458 33
146 67
600 00
600 00
427 78
466 66
79 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
4o 00
40 00
40 00
24 77
40 00
40 00
28 73
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
24 87
17 63
40 00
100 00
40 00
40 00
60 00
28 00
6 30
50 00
550 00
226 45
493 55
720 00
900 00
600 00
60 00
660 00
200 00
212 90
507 10
15,654 87
5,180 00 72,810 46 70
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
$     Cti.
J Metcalfe	
M R Dallas	
D Rabbitt '...
D J Macdonald	
J Douglas	
E S Wood	
T Leduc	
J F Smith	
T Clyde	
J Fraser	
T Seward  	
A Irwin	
T H Robson	
J Wardle   	
W G Cumming	
C A Semlin   	
J Ross	
J Christian   	
A E Howse	
M Sullivan	
R Bowell	
E J Tronson	
Emcke & Mulrany	
Cache Ck Boarding Sch
W C Coatham ..
W Hunter, B A .
J F Smith	
E B Shaw	
G Clarke 	
J Gallagher	
A S Bailey	
F Soues	
J Dickey     	
W Walker	
W S Bannerman
A Dods,.   	
A Northcote....
W Manson	
J Houser   	
W A Johnston..
H Bird	
H McDermott ..
A McNaughton .
L M McAlpine ..
Dominion Express Co
B C Express Co	
Hon W Smithe	
Do	
Hon J Robson	
Do	
Do	
Hon A E B Davie ....
J McB Smith, Auditor,
P M Irving	
Eli Harrison, Jr	
WSGore	
Hon FG Vernon	
A W Vowell	
E Johnson	
Brought forward	
Vm.-EDUCATION -Concluded.
Vote No. 71.— Hope-Yale District. -Concluded.
Teacher, Shuswap Prairie School,
do.
do.
do.
do.
oo.
do.
do.
do.
N. Thompson do.
Spallumcheen do.
Spallumcheen  do.
1*2 mos.
12
Nicola
Kamloops
Rd. Prairie
Ashcroft
Spence's Bdg
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Grant for incidental expenses
9A
213-30
11
11
18th Oct. to 30th June @
8 mos. @
16th May to 30th June @
School, to 30th June, 1887
@$
Yale
do. do. Ljtton
do. do. Nicola Valley   ,, ,,
do. do. Kamloops ,, ,,
do. do. Hope ' ,, ,,
do. do. Spallumcheen   ,, ,,
do. do. Cache Creek     ,, ,,
do. do. Shus. Prairie   ,, ,,
do.- do. Okanagan ,, ,,
do. do. Nicola ,, ,,
do. do. N. Thompson    ,, ,,
do. do. Rd. Prairie ,, ,,
do. do. Priest's Valley ,, ,,
Rent of house for Spallumcheen School	
Advances for supplies, 1874-5-6 (by authority of Schedule A)
Vote No.
-lillooet District.
Teacher, Lillooet
Lillooet
Clinton
Clinton
Clinton
Big Bar
School,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.       Bonaparte do.
Grant for incidental expenses, Clinton
do. do. Lillooet
July	
11 mos. @;
July	
15th Sept. to 30th Nov. @ :
6 mos. @
312-30
16th April to 30th June @
School, to 30th June 1887.
do.
do.
Bonaparte
Vote No. 73.— Cariboo District.
Teacher, Barkerville    School, 2 mos. @ £100
do.       Barkerville       do. 10       ,,       100
do.       Quesnelle         do. 12       ,,         75
do.       Williams Lake do. 12       ,,         70
Grant for incidental expenses, Barkerville School, to 30th June, 188'
do. do. Quesnelle ,, ,,
do. do. Williams Lake ,, ,,
Rent of hall Barkerville ,, 12 mos. @ S10
do. Quesnelle ,, 12       „ 5
Vote No. 73a.—Kootenay District.
Teacher, Revelstoke School, 19th Jan to 30th June @
IX.-TRANSPORT.
Vote No, 74.—Freight on Remittances.
Charges on sundry remittances to and from Treasury, etc	
do. do. do. 	
Vote No. 75.—Travelling Expenses,  Officers on Duty.
Travelling allowance to Cowichan District, 5 d. @ $4
do. Kootenay     do. 27   ,,     5
do. N. W. Dist., 4 times, 20 d. @ S4; fares, etc., S27.85
do. Nanaimo, re coal mine explosion, 4 times
days @ §4 ; fares, $22.50	
Travelling allowance visiting Lieutenant-Governor at Ashcroft, 2 days
@ $5; 1 day @ Si ; fares, $6  	
Travelling allowance to and from Ottawa, re argument on Writ of Error
Reg. v. Sproule, 21 days @ §10 ; fares, $172 ; sundries, S19   	
Travelling allowance to and from Golden City, 2 d. @ $4, 6 d. @ $.r
do. New Westminster and Vancouver,       7    ,,     4
do. as County Court Judge for services  not  within
Judicial Circuit, 15 d. @ 86 = S90; fares, S27.16
do. to Nanaimo, 2 days @ §4
do. to Vancouver, 3 days @ $4; fare, $4
Special allowance while acting as Stipendiary Magistrate at Vancouver,
re Chinese riots, 18 days @ $4	
Allowance for expenses to Mayne Island on special case, liquor vending
Carried forward	
2,181 78
5,180 00
72,810 46
720 00
720 00
570 00
146 00
660 00
660 00
507 10
480 00
90 96
75 00
40 00
27 76
40 00
28 38
25 75
200 00
27 13
13 60
40 00
40 00
40 00
20 00
12 50
1,968 13
12,332 31
60 00
660 00
60 00
162 00
360 00
201 28
150 00
40 00
40 00
15 00
1,738 28
200 00
1,000 00
900 00
840 00
83 00
40 00
40 00
120 00
60 00
3,283 00
325 16
90,489 21
93 70
36 25
128 95
20 00
135 00
107 85
58 50
20 00
401 00
38 00
28 00
117 16
8 00
16 00
72 00
20 00
1,041 51
128 95 51 Vic. Public Accounts, 1st July, 1880, to 30th Junk, 1887.
71
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
$    cts.
4,149 91
1,041 51
52 75
4 00
2 40
14 60
49 00
50 00
7 30
3 97
24 56
32 25
4 60
7 00
10 90
17 60
17 00
13 76
5 50
6 50
15 00
4 26
24 00
25 00
128 95
IX.-TRANSPOKT.-CVmtiM«erf.
Vote No. 75.— Travelling Expenses of Officers on Duty.—
Continued.
Passage, etc., J. P. Planta, S.M.,bet. Victoria and Nanaimo, sundry times
Do.
C P Railway	
Do	
Fare of                  do.          and Gold. Com. Vowell, Donald to Golden City
do.    Gold Com. Vowell, Donald to Farwell & ret., $13.10 ; meals,81.50
do.   J. McB. Smith, Auditor, Port Moody to Golden City and return
Do	
Do.
Do.               	
Sundry fares and meals for Gold Com. Vowell, Donald to Golden City .
Freight on bag-gage of                          do.           from Golden C. to Vic..
Fare of A. W. Vowell, Gold Commissioner and S. M., sundry times....
Do	
Do.            	
E & N R Co .
Do	
do.     W. S. Gore, Surveyor-General, Victoria to Nanaimo and return
Fare of J. McB. Smith, Auditor, Victoria to Port Moody and return ...
do.    P. M. Irving, Deputy Attorney-General, Victoria to Port Moody
C P N Company	
Do	
B C Express Co	
Do	
Fletcher & McNaughton.
do.                                do.                   Australian Ranehe	
J Boyd	
do.                                do.                   Cottonwood	
Passage of                                  do.                   Soda Creek to Barkerville.
do.                                       do.                   Richfield to Soda Creek ...
do.                                       do.                   Soda Creek to Alexandria,
$2.50; board, $2
Do	
J T Edwards	
4 50
18 00           18 00
T H Cudlip !	
1 50
30 50
3 50
13 00
9 60
34 60
19 90
13 50
3 00
Do	
Do	
Board and lodging for J. P. Planta, S. M., at Victoria, sundry times ...
Supplies & men sent to Columbia L. with horses for Gold Com. Vowell
Assisting to take horses from Wild Horse to Golden City for      do.
C Clarke 	
Indian Luke	
1 60
14 50           18 00
3 50
H L Cummins	
W Doull	
In charge of horse at Columbia Lakes for Gold Com. Vowell, 13 days at
35 30
35 00
23 00
25 00
2 00
11 00
4 00
10 50
2 75
2 00
15 00
76 60
81 46
15 00
65 00
2 00
4 50
6 00
9 00
7 26
19 50
8 00
188 50
15 40
68 00
13 12
13 25
20 00
23 50
47 75
72 05
7 60
19 00
S Redgrave	
Paid Indian for packing on trip to Kitsumqualum, 5 days @ $2=$10 ;
A P Sinclair	
Boat hire for Hon. Wm. Smithe, Columbia Lakes to Golden City	
J McCarthy	
do.                                 do.        at Thibet Creek	
Conveying J. P. Planta, S.M., from Cowichan to Nanaimo twice	
G B Ordano	
do.                do.                          do.       hold. Court at Cowichan L
do.     Auditor & Gold Commissioner Vowell, Golden City to Donald,
Packing for Hon. Wm. Smithe, Joseph's Prairie to Columbia Lakes and
W Doull	
Packing for Gold Com. Vowell, at Columbia L., 31 d. @ $2 ; prov.,$19.45
Packing for Gold Com. Sproat on trip to Carne's Creek, 1 month	
F W Harte	
S McDonald	
L Doran	
C P R Hotel	
do.                       do.        holding Gold Commissioner's Court, 3 d.
Fare and meals, Gold Com. Vowell and Hon. W. Smithe, Golden City
J Stoddart	
Freight on baggage of Gold Com. Vowell and Hon. W. Smithe, Lilac's
RS Mather	
Hire of saddle and pack horses for Gold Com. Vowell and Hon. W.
W Doull	
Pro. for Gold Com. Vowell & Hon. Mr. Smithe, en route to W. Horse C.
Provisions, for Gold Com. Vowell & Hon. W. Smithe at Cranbrook	
do.                             do.                                do.     Wild Horse Creek.
Canoe hire,                    do.                              do.     Col. L. to Golden C
Paid for horse hire on trip to Carne's Creek, 14 days @ $1.60 ; horse
feed, $2.50	
CFLaw	
GMSproat, GC&SM..
W R Hull	
C Kerr & Co	
Horse hire for packer on trip to Carne's C, 31 d. @ $1.50 ; h. feed, $1.26
Supplies for Gold Com. Sproat and packers on trip to Carne's Creek ...
Feed for Government horse at Wild Horse Creek, sundry times	
Supplies for Hon. W. Smithe on trip from Wild Horse to Donald	
Carried forward	
4,182 41
2,571 46
128 95 72
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
?   cts.
$   cts.
H Anderson	
Indian Baptiste	
R D Mather	
Indian Samuel	
J Ganner	
S Gray	
R Scott	
Allan Graham, G.C...
B C Express Co	
T Richardson	
J Ganner	
W L LeBallister	
A Monk	
Oriental Hotel	
C J Eaten	
S Gray	
RD Mather	
Victoria Transfer Co..
E C WTells	
F P Armstrong	
A W.Lawson	
Watson Bros	
W L LeBallister	
Columbia House	
L J Lewis	
Str "North Pacific"..
N P RR	
OR&NCo	
NPR R	
M W Baldwin	
N PRR	
Tacoma Hotel	
Str "GEStarr"	
O Ingram	
A Derby 	
R Scott	
EO'Rourke	
J Clarke	
Indian Joe	
Callbreath Grant & Cook
J Watlin	
T Richardson	
W Chartres	
D Griffiths.....	
Str "Duchess"	
GWest	
T C Penny 	
N H Lundy	
A Fenwick	
R Lang	
F H Bacon	
T Hall 	
N H Holmes	
W T Thompson	
J C Bryant	
Callbraith, Grant & Cook
Evans & Bligh	
J Laveau 	
J Anderson	
J McKinnon	
J B McAllister	
M Strong	
FNorris	
W C Bryant	
Indian Shortan	
H E Parsons	
H Rose	
A McLean	
R Baker & Sons	
Brought forward 	
IX.-TRANSPORT.-Concluded.
Vote No. 75,—Travelling Expenses of Officers on Duty.-
Concluded.
Hire of horse for Con. Anderson with Hon. W. Smithe, from Joseph's
Prairie to Columbia Lakes, 6 days @ ""
Messenger to Columbia Lake to obtain boat for Hon. W. Smithe	
Conveying baggage of Hon. W. Smithe from Wild Horse Creek  to
steamer landing, Columbia River	
Bringing in horses for Gold Commissioner Vowell	
Conveying J. P. Planta's baggage between residence and station ...
Meal for do. at Chemainus	
Fare of Gold Commissioner Tanstall, Granite Creek to Kamloops and
return, $20 ; meals, etc., %% ,	
Expenses of passage, Lome Creek to Hazelton	
Fare of G. C. Tunstall, S. M., Rockford to Nicola	
Meals, etc., do. en route to Granite Creek	
Express hire for J. P. Planta, S. M	
do. en route to Alberni   	
do. at Cowichan	
do. at Victoria	
do. to Quamichan	
do. at Cowichan	
M., Wild H. Ck. to Columbia L
Stage for
Meals, etc.,
do.
Driving
Merls, etc.,
Freight on baggage, A. W. Vowell, S.
Hack hire, sundry times	
Meals, etc., for A. W. Vowell, G. C., at Golden City
Pasturing horses do. 	
Carriage hire for Chief Commissioner	
Meals etc., for G. M. Sproat, G. C, at Rogers' Pass
Fare of Inspector of Mines to Wellington  	
Meals, etc., for A. W. Vowell, G. C, at Farwell
Disbursements for
Room and meals,
Fare,
do.
do.
Board and lodging
Fare,
Meals and room,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
and self, to Wild H. Ck., re Indian trouble
and L. J. Lewis,   do. do.
do.    Portland to Victoria,  do.
do.    Wallula to Portland,  do.
do.    Sand Pt. to Wallula,  do.
do.    at Sand Point, do.
do.    Tacoma to Sand Pt.    do.
do.    at Tacoma, do.
do.    Victoria to Tacoma,   do.
Taking horse for G. C. Tunstall, G. C, from Granite Creek to Nicola
Shoeing horse, do.
Meals, etc., do.
do. do.
Fare, do.
Packing for J. L. Crimp, G. C, from Dease Lake to Telegraph Creek
Provisions for do. do. do.
Meals, etc., for G. C. Tnnstall, G. C. en route to Nicola    	
do. do. do. 	
do. do. do. 	
Feed for horses of A. W. Vowell, G. C, at Wild Horse Creek..
Fare, etc., of do        and packer, en route to Windermere
Services as cook for A. W. Vowell, G. C, on trip to Windermere 17 ds.
Ferrying do. and horses across Columbia River
Taking charge of horses at Upper Kootenay	
Hire of horses for A. W. Vowell, G. C, on trip to Upper Kootenay	
at Stump Lake	
at Quelchena	
Nicola to Stump Lake.
Provisions for do.
do. do.
Meals, etc., G. C. Tunstall, G.
Ferrying do.
Freight on baggage, do.
do.
at Windermere	
C, en route to Granite Creek	
across Tulameen River	
Nicola to Granite Creek	
Passage of A. ^Graham, Gold Com., Hazelton to Lome Creek	
Provisions for J. L. Crimp, Gold Com., on trip to McDame Creek	
Hire of team for Dep. Provincial Secretary, Ashcroft to Clinton	
Vote No. 70.—Keep of Horses.
Pasturage of Government horse at Kamloops, 3 months	
Keep of do. Granite Creek	
Shoeing do. do	
do. do. do	
Stabling do. 	
Stirrups and spurs for messenger's horse, Victoria	
Shoeing, etc., do. do	
Bringing in Government horse for G. C. Tunstall, Gold Commissioner
Keep of Government horse at Nicola, 2i months	
Shoeing do. Granite Creek	
Keep of do. Nicola
Hay and oats for messengers horse, Victoria.
Carried forward.
4,195 16
12 00
1 00
10 00
2 00
60
50
23 00
24 00
2 50
3 00
75
7 00
6 00
7 50
60
2 00
12 00
100 00
5 75
28 00
8 25
3 75
60
2 00
13 75
2 60
20 50
20 20
27 50
26 00
57 90
4 45
10 50
10 00
4 50
2 00
1 50
2 50
10 00
6 40
2 50
1 00
1 50
11 75
25 34
34 00
7 50
28 00
171 50
22 37
38 00
2 00
1 00
1 25
8 00
8 77
10 00
4 50
93 43
1 OC
4 0C
35 0C
1 5C
31 0C
2 0C
55 0C
3 00
22 34
61 59
3,428 63
3,861 ! 51 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
73
TO whom paid.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
Estate Sir Jas Douglas..
F Beegan	
T Barrett	
' S A Rogers	
G Kenny	
A D Wheeler	
J Ii Lang  	
II Nicholson	
Do. %     	
M Bate	
J C Mollett	
H Fry	
H 0 Wellburn	
J E McMillan	
VVKBull	
J Maxwell, Jr	
Eric Duncan	
J Purty	
W J Armstrong	
W II Dempster	
J Clapperton	
B Springer	
J Hendry 	
R H Alexander	
W F Bullen	
W E Fudger	
J A Graham	
A Onderdonk	
T Tomkins	
C W Rhodes	
J B Johnston	
McLellan & Earle	
Davidson, McLean & Co.
J H Davis	
J McLeod	
J D Kavanagh   	
F Baker	
T W Wilson	
H E Beasley	
WFSalsbury	
Do	
J P Davies & Co	
T J Trapp	
GF Drabble	
Lowenberg, Harris & Co.
J Bowron	
J McLean 	
J Boyd 	
Pinchbeck & Lyne	
S Downes & Co.    	
A D Mclnnes	
R McLeese	
Veith, Borland & Co ...
Fletcher & McNaughton
H Simpson	
H Price	
J Camp	
A G M Spragge	
P J Gillie  	
JBLovell	
W M Robson	
S P Mills	
F W Foster	
E J Tronson	
T McKLambly	
J P Planta	
A J Hill	
J Murray  	
H Marriner  	
J Mcintosh   	
J Broadwell	
Brought forward	
X—BENT.
Vote No. 77.— Government House,  Victoria.
Rent of Sec. 75, " Fairfield," 12 months to 30th June	
Commission
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XL-REVENUE SERVICES.
Vote No. 78 Commission.
on collections, Leech River,
do. Big Bend,
do. Barkerville,
do. Omineca,
do. Kootenay,
do. Golden City,
do. Osoyoos and Rock Creek,
do. Granite Creek,
do. Nanaimo,
do. Alberni,
do. Cowichan,
do do.
do. Victoria,
do. do.
do. Salt Spring Island,
do. Comox,
dd. Mayne Island,
do. New Westminster,
do. Skeena,
do. Nicola,
do. Timber Dues,
do. do.
do. do.
do. Albion Iron Works,
do. from railway employes,
do. do.
do. do.
do. do
do. do
do. do
do. do
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
sale of lots at English Bay,
sale of drain-pipes at New Westminster,
issue of land records, Comox	
on collection of rent of "The Winds,"...
id 20 per cent.
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10
Courts of Appeal.
Hire of horse for J. Bowron, holding" Court of Revision and Appeal in
Cariboo District	
Meals, bed, and keep of horse for J. Bowron,      do.     Quesnelle	
do. do. do. do.     Cottonwood	
do. do. do. do.     Williams Lake....
do. do. do. do.     Australian Ranche
do. do. do. do.     Alexandria  ...
do. do. do. do.     Soda Creek....
do. do. do. do.     150-Mile House
do. do. do. do.     Stanley	
Rent of room for holding Court of Revision & Appeal, Saanich	
do. do. do. do. Parson's Bridge
do. do. do. do. LakeJ	
Services as Clerk, do. do.        Donald,  2 days
Holding- Court of Revision and Appeal, Nicola, $10: paid advertising
do. do. do.   Yale, 2 days	
do. do. do.    Mayne Island	
do. do. do.    Victoria and Esquimalt, 6 days
do. do. do.    Lillooet	
Meals, etc., for T. McK Lambly,      do.    Priest's Valley	
Holding Court of Revision and Appeal, Okanagan, 4 days	
do. do. do.    Nanaimo and Alberni 	
do. do. do.    New Westminster Dist., 5 days
do. do. do.    Spence's Bridge	
do. do. do.   $10; posting notices $4.50  .
do. do. do.    Kamloops, 4 days	
do. do. do.    Salt Spring Island	
Carried forward...
4,195 16
4,195 16
14 00
32
25
297
35
27 30
13
50
24 36
44
62
105
85
900
29
70
42
109
11
95 62
55
50
82 50
73 58
96
43
26
35
14
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43
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324 71
81
33
124
44
51
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12
15
1
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60
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15
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10
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256
35
26
10
31
20
15
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203
85
4 20
106 95
1
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105
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559 37
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115 00
8 25
36 00
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10 00
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10 00
14
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40 00
5
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4,560 :
395 71
4,956 04 74
Public Accounts, 1st July, 188G, to 30th June, 1887.
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
»   ct».
J Enright	
A Johnson	
Watson Bros	
H Nilson     	
F'W Raker	
N Hanson	
C P Railway	
J Laveau     	
J W Church	
C Phair	
M J Martley	
W H^Keatley	
M Veasey	
Marshall & Smith...
W Boyd    	
J Hudson    	
A J McKinlay	
W Morrison    	
A 0 Bowe	
J E Moore	
W L Meason  	
G LeBo 	
M Pigeon	
J Van Volkenburgh
A Burnett	
P Grinder	
J H Wood	
R Carson   	
E A Day	
W Cameron	
W Chartres  	
R Stevenson	
R Sanders	
A P Sinclair	
T Lillick	
Indian Eneas	
II Anderson	
W Le LeBallister ...
J Henderson	
D Davis	
Doyle & Fisher ..  ..
H Cogan 	
Victoria Transfer Co
J M Wise	
W R Lewis	
E L Kirkland   	
E Hutcheson	
J Kirkland	
J E Insley	
T Paine	
Mrs H C Sherman ,.
Shaw & Sherman ...
E Gold	
M Harrison   	
H Vasey	
M A Tretheway	
N Oliver 	
F F Sinclair	
McLaren & O'Brien .
J R McDonnell	
T York  	
A McCallum	
Eliza Towle	
P Jackman	
R Falconer	
G Boothroyd	
G Goddard	
Str " Reliance"	
Str " Adelaide "	
J E Insley	
J Huntley	
P C Dunlevy 	
A D Mclnnes	
J McLean	
J Boyd  	
J G Goodson	
Veith & Borland	
FGuy	
C B Eagle	
Pinchbeck <fc Lyne ..
E M Furstenau	
J Bailey	
Brought forward	
XI.-REVENUE SERVICES.—Continued.
Travelling Expenses.
Meals and bed for Collector Redgrave, Rogers' Pass.	
do. do. Farwell	
do. do. Rogers' Pass	
do. do. Farwell	
do. do. Field House	
do. do. Farwell	
do. and sundry fares for Collector Redgrave	
Ferrying Collector Smith and horse over Thompson River	
Hire of horse for Collector Smith	
do.                     do,       Phair, assessing,                     65 days @ $1.50
Meals, bed, and horse keep for Collector Phair, Grange	
do. do. do. 15-Mile House	
do. do. do. Bonaparte	
do. do. do. Clinton	
do. do. do. 70-Mile House	
do. do. do. Bridge Creek	
do. do. do. Lac La Hache	
do. do. do. 184-Mile House	
do. do. do. Alkali Lake	
do. do. do. do	
do. do. do. Little Dog Creek ...
do. do. do. do.
do. do. do. do.
do. do. do. Canoe Creek   	
do. do. do. Crow's Bar	
do. do. do. Big Bear Creek	
do. do. do. High Bar	
do. do. do. Pavilion Mountain..
do. do. Collector Swan, Tulameen River	
do. do. do. do. 	
do. do. do. do. 	
do. do. do. Sirnilkameen River.
do. do. do. do.
do. do. Collector Anderson   	
do. do. do. 	
Taking charge of horse for do. 	
Hire of horse for do. 7 days @ 82
do. and buggy for Collector Bray, at Wellington	
Meals, bed, and horse keep for Collector Booth, at Saanich	
do. do. do. 	
do. do. do. at Esquimalt	
do. do. do. Metchosin	
Hire of horse and buggy do. assessing sundry times
do. do. Collector Warwick, at Port Moody ..
do. do. do. Vancouver ...
Expenses incurred collecting, 886.80; horse hire, S50	
Hire of horse for Collector Kirkland,                                           6 days @ $1
Meals, bed, and horse keep for Collector Kirkland       	
do. do. do. 	
do. horse hire do. Lulu Island	
do. do. do. North Arm	
do. do. do. 	
do. do. Vancouver	
do. do. do. Chilliwhack	
do. boat hire do. Johnson's Landin;
do. do. Mission	
do. do. Wharnock	
Hire of horse,                                          do.                Pt. Haney, 2 d. @ 82
Meals and bed, do. do. 	
do. do. Port Hammond.
do. horse keep do. Sumas	
do. do. do. 1ft. Lehman	
do. do. do. Langley	
do. do. do. Alder Grove	
do. do. do. Elgin   	
do. do. do. Surrey 	
Shoeing horse, do. 	
Fare of do, N. W. to Chilliwhack
do. do. Chilliwhack to N. W.
Meals, etc., for J. Huntley	
Paid fare to New Westminster and return   	
Meals, bed, and horse keep for Col. Stephenson, Soda Creek	
do. horses, etc., do. Alexandria    	
do. do. do. Quesnelle	
do. do. do. Cottonwood	
do do. do. Barkerville	
do. do. do. 150-M. H. & Keithley C
do. do. do. Beaver Lake	
do. do. do. Onward Ranche ...
do. do. do. Williams Lake	
do. do. Col. Dewdney, Spallumcheen	
do. do. do. Belvedere	
Carried forward  '	
4,196 16
4,956 04
5 00
2 00
8 60
2 00
4 00
2 00
11 20
1 50
3 00
82 50
5 00
4 50
3 00
5 00
5 50
t
3 00
2 50
5 00
2 50
2 50
3 00
5 00
,
2 60
2 50
3 00
5 00
2 50
2 50
15 50
4 00
1 26
5 50
6 50
3 00
1 00
1 00
14 00
4 00
3 00
75
1 00
2 50
16 00
3 00
6 00
136 30
6 00
8 00
16 60
3 00
6 00
6 00
39 00
34 00
4 00
1 50
1 00
4 00
3 00
1 50
3 00
4 50
10 60
3 00
5 25
7 00
2 60
2 60
2 76
0
5 00
2 00
24 50
8 76
4 25
4 75
16 00
30 50
8 50
5 OO
2 50
3 00
1 00
4,195 16
698 75
4,956 04 51 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 188G, to 30th June, 1887.
75
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
cts.!
*   et
R Bordenare	
K Forrester	
A McBryan   	
C P Railway	
J Kirkup   	
L G Agassiz	
J Corrigan	
W J Taylor 	
P Fink	
A F Hautier	
M Shanahan	
J Clapperton	
J Sprott	
C Warwick	
M Strong  	
M J Martley	
Marshall & Smith   ...
Eli Lequime	
Postill Bros	
C PR	
Evans & Bligh	
Woods & Campbell ..
CP R	
D Kelly	
W J Taylor  	
CPR   	
C Warwick	
Gold House	
J T Edwards	
M Findlay 	
CPR	
J Duck   	
A McBryan   	
J C Kerrigan	
E Forrester	
C PR	
C Brand  	
CPR	
Lambly Bros	
J Dougall	
CPR  	
R C Hurrv	
H E Peck 	
W L LeBallister	
N Hauson	
Glacier Hotel    	
C Fisher	
Victoria Transfer Co ,
R Carson  	
M J Martley	
W H Keatley	
J Watkinson.'.	
CPR	
E Forrester 	
J Brand	
CPR	
H Peterson   	
W Chase & Co	
A McBryan	
J Duck	
F Crotty	
CPR	
W Watson  	
CP R	
Do     	
Do    	
C B Eagle	
Felker Bros	
Veith & Borland	
C B Eagle	
J McLean	
Downs & Olsen	
A D Mclnnes	
PC Dunlevy	
FGuy	
W H Keatley	
R Carson     	
J Haller	
C Kostering ,
Brought forward	
XL-REVENUE SERVICES.-C'«»ti««rrf.
Travelling Expenses,— Coutinued.
Col.
Meals, Col. Tunstall, Shuswap	
do. do. 	
do. do. 	
Sundry fares and meals for do. 	
Paid for meals, bed, and horse hire, collecting at Big Bend      	
Meals and bed for Collector Burr, Agussiz's	
do. do. Hope	
do. do. Yale	
do. do. North Bend	
do. do. Lytton	
Ferrying do. Hope	
Mileage, re land dispute at Nicola and Stump Lake	
Paid for sundry meals, beds and fares	
Paid for canoe hire	
Hire of horse for Collector Swan to Princton	
Meals, bed, and horse keep for Collector Phair	
do. du. at Clinton	
do. Col   Dewdney, Mission	
do. do.       Priest's Valley	
Fare, Collector Burr, Spence's Bridge to Rennie's	
Meals and bed,   do.   Ashcroft 	
do. do.   Spatsum	
Fare, do.   Spence's Bridge to Yale	
Meal, do.   North Bend	
Meal and bed,     do.   Yale	
Fare, do.   Yale to Spence's Bridge, 85.35; meal, 75c...
Fare, meals, etc., Collector Warwick, sundry times	
Board and lodging' for Collectors Kirkland and Figg at Vancouver
Board and lodging for J. Dean, valuing C.P.R. prop., Kamloops ...
do.
Fare
Meals and bed
do.
Meals and ferriage
Meals and bed
Fare
Meals and bed
Fare
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Meals and bed for Collector Dewdney,  Spallumcheen
Savona
Sav. to Kamloops
Shuswap 	
Scotch Creek.
Sicamouse ...
Sal A. to Shuswap
Griffin Lake..
Kam. to Griffin L
do.
Fare
Meal
Sleigh hire
Fare
Meals, etc.,
do.
do.
Buggy
Meals and bed
do.
Kirkland, Vancouver
Dodd, Griffin Lake to Kamloops and r
do. Sicamouse	
Bate, to Wellington (twice)   .....
Bray, do. 	
Redgrave, Farwell	
do.
Booth,
do.
Phair,
do.
Glacier   	
Esquimalt ...
sundry times.
Pavilion	
Meals, bed and keep of horse for Col. Phair, 15-Mile House.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Fare
Meals and bed
do.
Fare
Meals and bed
do.
do.
do.
do.
Fare
Hire of hand-car
Fare
do.
do.
Grain
Wintering
,Meals, bed, and horse keep
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. da.
do. do.
Meals, bed, and horse keep for Collector Phair
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
Carried forward.
do. Foster's Bar
for Col. Smith, Salmon Arm to Kamloops
Sicamouse
Griffin Lake
S. A. toC. W. 84.30; in 75c
Salmon Arm
Shuswap ...
do.
Savona's	
Shuswap to Duck's.
Kam. to G. L 88.35; m 75c
Duck's to Kamloops	
for Col. Kirkup, Revelstoke to Sica. & ret.
tor Collector Stephenson's horse
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do. F.Quesnelle
150-Mile House...
Onward Ranche..
Quesnelle	
Aust. Ranche	
Alexandria	
Soda Creek	
Beaver Lake 	
15-Mile House	
Pavilion	
Big Bar	
do	
4,195 16
698 75      4,956 04
1 50
1 00
25
17 40
49 50
1 50
1 50
2 25
1 00
1 00
75
18 00
14 65
2 00
4 00
2 50
5 00
5 00
2 00
2 90
2 50
1 50
5 35
50
2 00
6 10
13 30
42 61
9 50
4 00
1 75
2 00
4 00
5 00
6 50
2 80
2 00
8 35
2 00
5 00
15 70
26
8 00
1 00
2 50
2 50
1 50
19 00
1 50
2 60
3 00
2 50
5 15
3 50
50
5 05
I 00
3 25
2 00
50
1 00
1 26
1 50
9 10
1 20
6 15
58 0C
20 00
11 00
5 75
4 25
4 00
10 26
14 75
10 OC
2 50
1 OC
2 00
2 50
1,216 32
4,956 04 76
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
S   cts.
4,195 16
1,216 32
4,956 04
H Hinck	
XL—REVENUE SERVICES— Concluded.
Travelling Expenses.—Concluded.
2 50
do.                         do.                         do.                  Crow's Bar	
do.                         do.                         do.                  Aldergrove Farm.
do.                         do.                        do.                  Canoe Creek	
do.                         do.                         do.                  Dog Creek	
2 50
2 60
2 50
5 00
1 00
3 00
10 00
2 00
3 00
2 00
3 00
2 00
J H Wood	
D Ercole	
D Hurley	
Fare                             do.                        do.                  LillooettoPavilion
F Gilbert	
Str " Adelaide "	
Fare                                                           do.                  Chilliwhk. toN. W
Meals and bed                                           do.                              do.
do.                                    for Collector Jenkinson, Shawnigan	
Meal                                                           do.                  Gold.stream	
Passage                                   for Collector Fitzstubbs, to Clayaquot Sd ..
Meals and bed                                           do.                  at          do.
Passage                                                     do.                  from     do.
do.                                                       do.                  B. R. to do.
Allowance for expenses collecting P. R. Tax in Esquimalt District.  ..
Ferrying Collector Irwin and horse across Tulameen River, sundry times
J Phair	
C P N Co	
Ah Tom	
Indian Tsequa	
Gutman & Frank	
J D Campbell	
W H Holmes	
10 77
69 35
85 00
50
13 00
12 75
10 00
4 25
8 10
6 50
3 50
6 00
3 00
1 50
1 00
M C Walker	
T Ellis	
T S Grant	
do.                                                    do.       at Osoyoos Lake	
Miscellaneous.
.1,317 42
10 00
19 00
7 50
8 00
8 75
5 00
25 00
12 50
8 00
12 00
0 00
10 00
21 00
270 00
20 00
1 00
22 50
80 00
25 00
17 50
42 00
7 50
321 00
5 00
4 25
80 00
J Kim	
C F Moore	
H J Keary 	
II W Hobbs	
J Huntley	
J C Mollett	
J C Tunstall	
Services as interpreter, collecting taxes, 2 days @ 82.50, 4 days @ $3.50
do.                  with Col. Booth, assessing Chinese, 1\ days @ $5
Services with horse, assisting to col. taxes on Tulameen It., 2 ds. @ $4
Assisting Collector Swan to              do.        Sirnilkameen, 2ids. @ $3.50
Allowance for time settling col. account with C. Warwick, 2   ,,       2.50
do.          6 days' services and exp. col. Chinese M. Licenses, Alberni
Services collecting from Chinese, Griffin Lake, 5 days @ $2.50	
do.     with horse, col. from Chinese, Sirnilkameen River, 2 ds. @ $4
do.                                       do.              Cherry Creek,            4   ,,       3
Assisting' Collector Swan,                                                              2   ,,       3
do.         Assessor Clapperton on Nicola assessment rolls,       5   ,,       2
Services in charge of office at Richfield, in absence of agent, 6   ,, $3.50
Assisting C Warwick on N. West, rolls, 13th Sep. to 31st Dec, @ $75 $ m
M Danagh	
J Jamieson   	
J McKean	
T R Figg   	
Rent of room at Comox for holding Licensing Com't	
Services as Deputy Bailiff in charge of effects at Port Moody seized for
do.                             do.            	
Services making inventory of C. P. R. prop, for assessment, 14 ds. @ $3
John Dean 	
C F Moore	
W Parker	
T F Fawcett	
do.      in charge of Wild H. C. office (ab. of Col. Anderson) 107 d. @$3
do.     assisting to collect from Chinese, Kamloops District, 2 ,, $2.50
Charges on remittance of Prov. Revenue Tax from C. P. R. to Kamloops
Services collecting revenue from Chinese at Bear River, 24 days 	
XII.-PUBLIO WORKS.
Works and Buildings.
Vote No. 79.—Bcpairs to Gov't Buildings and Fences,
Victoria.
Dominion Express Co...
N Fitzstubbs	
1,048 50
7,321 96
80 70
13 50
85 35
85 00
72 90
9 60
1 50
17 25
20 25
6 00
198 64
38 53
25
2 60
4 00
30 00
13 50
Smith & Clarke   	
Painting, varnishing, and kalsomining in Treasury and Audit Offices ..
S L Kelly & Co
Glazing and frosting windows in Att'y-General's Office and Court House
General repairs to Legislative Assembly Hall and Lands & Works Office
C Hayward   	
Cleaning out Legislative Assembly Hall and attending to fires	
4,300 28
689 S7 51 Vic.
Public: Accounts, 1st July,   1886, to 30th June, 1887.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
J Cunningham & Co .
H Hoy	
Ilaslam & Lees
J O'Brian	
J H Pleace
J Hilbert  	
R Duff	
Thompson & Ferguson
A Coutlie	
W A Simons	
J McLennan	
Dominion Express Co .
P Watson 	
J Smith	
S Dowell	
Gordon Bros	
G P Raven 	
T Duffy	
D Whitely	
T Woodward	
Blair & Allan ....
J BLovell	
Hudson Bay Co	
Gordon Bros	
Shuswap Milling Co...
W F Cameron	
Hudson Bay Co  	
Alex Hepburn	
J McLennan	
W McCargen	
Blair & Allen	
G Blair 	
W T Thompson   	
J A Mara	
O Schei	
J Vair	
F W Foster ..
T M Hamilton
O Copp	
E Bell  	
A LeBourdais.
H Gould	
J Cunningham & Co
Wintemute Bros  ...
C Murray	
P Lauder    	
RCPMills 	
W Hamley	
T Ovens	
E G Prior	
Eli Harrison ,
E B Marvin	
J G Frazier	
A Henderson	
A Mayer & Co	
G H Frost	
J H Pleace	
W A Home	
C Bartlett	
Brouget forward	
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS.- Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote, No. SO.—Repairs to Gov't Buildings and Fences,
New  Westminster.
Padlock for Court House gate    	
Sundry repairs, do. 	
Vote No. 81.—Bepairs to Gov't Buildings and Fences,
Nanaimo.
'umber for tool-house, and general repairs	
Hauling lumber	
Varnish, etc	
Repairing table and putting up shelves, Court House	
Vote No. 82.—llepairs to Gov't Buildings and Fences,
Yale District.
Fitting up place for water barrels and making ladder, Granite Creek .
Water barrel for Government Office, Granite Creek	
2 water kegs do. do.	
Sundry repairs at Court House, Kamloops	
Labour on fence do. do. 5 days @ 82.60
Charges on locks for Kamloops Gaol	
Clearing out well at Government Office, Okanagan	
Lime for Kamloops Gaol	
Sundry repairs to Court House, Kamloops, 4 days @ $2.50
Repairing doors, Kamloops Gaol 	
Making        do. do	
Repairs to Government Office, Granite Creek.	
Chinking walls, do. do.        	
Lumber for repairs,    do. do.        	
2 locks for do. do	
Lock for Yale Gaol	
Oakum for caulking gaol and office, Kamloops	
Putting in new shelves, etc., in office and Court House, Kamloops...
Lumber for Court House fence and repairs to building,       do.
Hinges, etc., for Priest's Valley Office	
Glass for Court House, Yale    	
Repairs to office, etc., Kamloops	
Digging well, Court House, do       ...
Lime for whitewashing gaol fence, Kamloops	
Sundries for repairs to office, Granite Creek	
Labour, do. do.       5 days @ $3	
Lock, do. do.
Sundries do.       Court House, Kamloops	
Removing fence,                     do.                  do.       4£ days @ S2.50 .  ..
Pump and fittings, etc., do. do.        	
Vote No. 83.—Bepairs to Gov't Buildings and Fences,
lillooet District.
Wall-paper, lime, paint, etc., for Clinton Office       	
Whitewash, do. 	
Freight on whitewash, do. 	
Whitewash brush, do. 	
Lumber, do. 	
Labour, repairing, do. 	
Vote No. 84.—Bepairs to Asylum for the Insane.
Sundry repairs, including material.
Sink, lumber and drayage 	
Paint.
Repairing fire-place
Shingles	
Re-setting range	
Sundry repairs	
Vote No. 85.—Bepairs to Gaol at Victoria.
Nails, powder and fuse for blasting water-pipe trench.
Glazing 	
Glass   	
Vote No. 87.—Bepairs to Gaol at Nanaimo.
Labour, shingling, 4 days (
Laying cement floor, $19.50 ; repairing chimney, etc., SI.75	
Nails and shingles, etc	
Lumber	
Sundry repairs and material ...   	
Cell door fasteners	
Labour, fitting cell door fasteners	
Carried forward.
4,360 28
4,360 28
1 25
5 85
60 14
7 00
4 50
2 60
3 00
3 00
4 00
10 25
12 50
60
6 00
1 50
10 00
1 50
16 90
3 50
5 00
2 50
1 26
60
2 80
15 85
77 58
3 37
1 00
5 00
52 60
S 57
35 00
15 00
1 50
27 07
11 25
46 11
2 50
1 00
2 50
4 60
24 00
116 22
32 00
1 60
5 00
2 75
15 25
2 12
14 28
5 75
1 00
10 00
21 25
32 47
2 00
40 24
82 00
10 00
7 10
74 14
379 70
174 84
1,648 67
I 78
Public Accounts, 1st July, 188(3, to SOth June, 1887.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
S   cts.
8   cts.!
f   ct»
4,360 28
34 30
85 30
1,648 67
XII.-PUBLIC VfOUKS.-Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No. 88.— Government Buildings, Granite Creek.
Purchase of house, stove and furniture for use as Government Oltice ..
Vote No. 80—Government Buildings,  Kootenay.
45 00
F Chabot	
S4 30
85 40
135 00
122 50
176 00
15 00
21 53
200 00
50 00
102 12
194 94
183 00
1 00
2 25
53 01
4 00
26 75
28 00
4 13
12 00
10 00
13 50
C Moffett	
Labour on                      do.                    do.                     45 days @ S3
do.                               do.                       do.                        49     ' ,,       2.50
Foreman on construction,                       do.                       44       ,,      4
I J Fyke    	
Superintending getting- logs for Government Buildings, Windermere..
Surveying and making plan of site for                   do.                     do.
Freight on material, for                                         do.                     do.
Windows, doors, and lumber for                          do.                      do.
Freight on           do.                to Golden,              do.                      do.
Putting locks on doors,                                             Court House, Donald
Hauling lumber for lock-up and                           do.                      do.
Repairing (material included) for lock-up and    do.                      do.
Roof saddle for Magistrate's office,                       do.                     do.
Material for repairs to lock-up and                       do.                      do.
Building additional cells,                                     do.                    do.
Nails,                                                                         do.                     do.
Bars, bolts, spikes, etc.,                                      do.                    do.
Do.          	
R C P Mills Co	
CPR	
M G Clarke	
J Cullen	
I J Fyke	
C II Abele                	
Vote No. OO.— Hospital, Cariboo (re-cote.)
1,474 43
750 00
197 50
50 00
Vote No. 91 —Gaol at Priest's  Valley (Removal,
Fencing,  etc.)
Removing gaol from Ellison's to Government lot, Priest's Vallev	
Vote No. 02.—Court House,   Victoria.
J Phillips	
247 60
47 50
34 20
12 20
500 00
50 00
50 00
1,400 00
500 00
20 00
14,004 00
825 00
do.                         do.                                        do.                    	
H 0 Tiedemann	
Premium for plans and specifications of Building	
One-half of premium for plans & specifications do.     (2nd in or. of merit)
do.             do.                     do.                                               do.
G W Grant	
Salary as Supt. of Construction, 15th April to 30th Sept. @ ¥150 $ mo.
Vote No. 03—Furniture for' Government Offices.
17,442 90
Shuswap Milling Co	
30 28
4 50
4 00
10 50
2 50
11 20
11 00
3 26
5 00
75
9 00
30 25
9 00
1 60
1 00
8 23
37 50
1 36
65 00
40 50
13 00
1 00
92 75
21 25
3 33
75
25
Removing furniture from old to new Court House, Kamloops	
Thompson & Ferguson ..
W H Holmes	
Freight charges on safe from Spence's Bridge for office at Priest's Valley
R Miller	
W Saul	
S L Kelly & Son 	
Weston File & Index Co.
McKillican & Anderson..
C E Redfern	
J Weiler         	
Freight on file and index cabinet for Provincial Secretary's Office	
2 desks, and repairs to desks and Speaker's Chair, Leg. Assembly Hall.
4,479 98
418 64
21,608 60 51 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to .30th June, 1887.
79
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
S   cts.
3 Harvey   	
E S Scoullar & Co  ..   .
J Cunningham & Co ..
0 Vair	
S L Kelly & Son	
H Hoy	
A Bullock	
W Bond	
E Millington      	
J Sehl	
Pringle & Ilammill....
W Wilson 	
W J Armstrong	
W T Thompson ...
J A Mara	
Wintemute Bros	
Ogle, Campbell & Co..
J Braden ...
E G Prior ..
Jay & Co ...
H Simlovv ..
CBall	
J McDowell.
T H Boyd ..
A McGregor
3 McManus
London & Lancashire
Do.
Do.
Guardian	
Do.
Do.
Do.
London, Liverp'l & Globe
Do.
Do.
Imperial	
Do.
Do
Do.
Do	
Do.
Do.
N'th British & Mercantile
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
^Etna 	
Do.
Phoenix	
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Commercial Union...
Do.
National	
Do.
Do.
Glasgow & London...
Hartford	
Northern  	
JPElford	
C Hay ward 	
WRockett	
J Braden 	
J Stewart	
Brovaht forward	
XII.-PUBLIC WOBKS— Continued,
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No. 03.—Furniture for Government Offices—
Concluded.
Curtains for Nanaimo Court House	
Poker for New West. do. 	
Ladder, lamps, and fitting up stoves, etc., N. W. Offices	
4 stoves, piping, etc., for Kamloops Court House	
Stove pipe, etc., Leg. Assembly and repairing stoves, Court House .
Notice board for Registry Office, N. W	
Carpet for Judges' Bench, Nanaimo Court House	
Putting safe in position in Sheriff's Office, Victoria	
Removing furniture to do. 	
Carpet for Private Secretary's Office, mats and chairs for Printing Office
Table for Priest's Valley Office     	
Safe box and basin for Nanaimo office	
Stove-pipe for Farwell office   	
Broom for Granite Creek office	
Broom and bucket   	
Repairing blinds, New Westminster Court House	
Matting, do. do. 	
Vote No. 94.—Improvement of Government Reserves.
Repairing hose for Government Grounds, Victoria	
Hose, scythe stones, rake, etc., do	
Pruning trees, Government Grounds, do.    $25; lawn seed,$13.50
Removing rubbish, etc.,    do. do. 	
Repairing lawn mower, sundry times	
do.     fences, etc., Government Grounds, James' Bay 	
Clearing B. 27, and part B. 37, Vancouver, 2^ acres, per contract
Repairing lawn mower	
Fencing Government grounds at Vernon townsite, Priest's Valley ..
Vote No. 95.—Insurance of Government Buildings.
Insurance
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
on High School, New Westminster  	
Royal Hospital and Asylum, Victoria	
Insane Asylum, New Westminster	
Rock Bay School,        Victoria	
Convalescent Home,       do	
School House, Nanaimo	
Central School, Victoria	
Johnson Street School,   do.
Central        do. do	
Gaol, New Westminster	
School House, do. 	
Central School, Victoria	
School House, Cache Creek	
Public Offices, James' Bay 	
Furniture and plant, Printing Office	
Government House and stables, Victoria	
Government Office, New Westminster	
Land Registry Office, New Westminster	
School House, Wellington   ....
Public Offices, James' Bay	
School House, Nanaimo	
Gaol, New Westminster	
Gaol, Victoria	
School House, Vancouver	
Attorney-General's office and Assembly Hall	
Court House, Clinton	
Government House, Victoria	
Gaol, Victoria	
Central School, Victoria	
Gaol, New Westminster	
Court House, Richfield  	
Gaol, Victoria	
Court House, Yale   	
Gaol, Victoria	
Court House, Kamloops, and gaol, New Westminster .
Government Buildings, Priest's Valley	
Court House, Kamloops, and gaol, New Westminster .
James' Bay school, Victoria	
Court House, New Westminster	
Vote No. 90.—Public Schools,  Victoria (repairs).
Sundry repairs to Central School.
do. do.
do.                             do.
Repairing water pipes, etc	
do. do. 	
Carried forward.
418 64    21,608 50
8 64
50
13 62
100 75
28 13
5 50
1 56
10 00
3 00
74 54
8 00
3 50
5 50
1 00
3 62
4 50
6 00
2 00
28 13
38 50
18 00
13 75
30 75
750 00
5 75
310 00
13 12
87 50
112 50
18 00
22 50
38 94
150 00
22 50
90 00
60 00
43 75
150 00
110 00
92 25
113 00
43 75
30 00
60 00
21 87
127 88
35 00
50 00
50 00
105 00
10 94
75 00
90 00
87 50
45 00
50 00
125 0C
37 5C
77 50
37 50
110 00
50 00
110 00
15 0C
90 00
15 60
44 47
40 22
27 90
18 85
147 04
1,196 88
2,648 50
5,150 78 80
Public Accounts; 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
cts.
$   cts.
S   cts.
4,479 98
6 25
31 37
147 04
io oo
12 00
5 00
26,150 78
XII.-PUBLIC "WORKS.—Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No. OO—Public Schools, Victoria (repairs)—Concluded
Vote No. 97.— Public Schools,  Victoria (furniture).
174 04
6 25
60 17
17 65
205 20
J Weiler	
D C Heal	
J P Elford	
Vote No. 98 Public School,  Victoria
(construction,  Ward).
289 27
18 00
13 00
1,055 00
18 00
1,200 00
30 00
15 25
15 50
29 37
'' Evening Post"	
Lowenberg, Harris & Co.
P Gilligan	
Lots 10 & 12, Blk. H, site of Rock Bay School, SI,045 ; conveyance, $10
J McDowell	
J P Elf ord	
S L Kelly & Son	
Vote No. 99.—Public School, Nanaimo (fencing, etc.).
2,394 12
J W Stirtan	
185 00
158 00
5 00
Do.
Vote No.100.—Public   School,  Wellington (repairs).
348 00
75 00
25 00
Vote No. 101.-—Public School, South Cowichan
(construction, and. furniture).
100 00
690 00
Shearing & Shaw	
Vote No 102—Public School, Vesuvius Bay
(construction and furniture).
2 50
553 70
25 00
7 50
11 00
502 50
Vote No. 103.- -Puhlic School, North Cedar
(construction and. furniture).
C York ..
H E Peck	
Buggy hire for Government Agent inspecting during construction.   ..
Vote No. 104.—Public School, Boundary Bay
(construction and furniture).
599 70
595 00
Vote No. 105.—Public  School,  North Arm, (construction
and. furniture.)
575 00
25 00
Vote No. 108.—Public School, St. Mary's Mission
(construction and furniture).
600 00
673 00
Vote  No.   109.—Public   School,  Granville  (construction
and furniture).
16 80
11 00
14 70
3,025 00
480 50
56 50
J Vair                  .    .
3,606 50
4,517 60
36,720 91 52 Vic.
Public Accounts  1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
81
TO WHOM PAID,
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
S   cts.
Danville & Duprat
J Duprat	
A Noble	
J Vair	
H W Woodward
C Woodward....
E L Morand
C Boyle     ....
G MG Brown.
Calbeck Bros ..
R C P Mills Co
Alex Grant
Do
G F Drabble
C Payne	
J McPhee ..
R Coglan   	
WMcCabe	
J Lawless	
J P Burgess	
A Lewis & Co	
G Furness	
W Brass	
Muirhead & Mann...
J Mackie	
S L Kelly & Son
M Manson & Co	
A Mearns	
J Irving,	
Stmr Gladys	
DeBeck & Co	
ECCargill& Co....
C N Westwood & Co
E S Scoullar & Co...
Willis Bond 	
C N Westwood & Co
J Smith	
M Manson & Co	
R Mearns	
Trapp Bros   	
Carleton & Harris...
W Harris 	
J Lawlor	
C Taylor, Sr	
H Emcke	
A McKinnon	
Brought forward   	
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS.— ConMavued.
Works and-Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No. 110.— Public School, Kamloops
(construction and furniture).
Construction of building, per contract     	
Fencing school lot	
Inspecting and reporting on building	
Stove, piping, etc	
Vote No. J11 .— Public School, Nicola
(construction & fitrnitaire).
construction of building, per contract, 8560; extras, SB	
Painting do. 	
Vote No. 11%.—Public School, Priest's Valley
(const/ruction and furniture).
Construction of building, per contract, $500; wood-shed, §20....
Vote No. 113.—Public School, Chilcotin
(construction and furniture).
Construction of frame of building, per contract
Finishing and furnishing    do. do.
Vote No. 114.—Public School, Bonaparte
(construction and furniture).
Construction of building, per contract	
Vote No. 117.—Buhlic School, Esquimalt (furniture).
24 Triumph desks, $136.80; Drayage, $7.76	
Vote No.  118.—Public School, New Westminster
(furniture),
Sundry repairs and furniture	
Lumber and pickets 	
Vote No. 119.—JPublic School, South Comox
(construction and furniture).
Construction of building, per contract	
Teacher's desk, and freight on same	
Commission for superintending construction .
Clearing brush from school site	
Blinds, chairs, clock, etc     	
Vote No. 120.—Public Schools throughout the Province
(sundry repairs, &c.)
Construction of wood-shed, Mt. Lehman School, per contract	
Repairing and kalsomining class-room, Nanaimo Girls' School	
Lumber, glass, nails, etc., do. 	
Repairing desks, James' Bay Ward School	
Stove for Hope School, $12.50;stoveand pipe for Vesuvius School, $19.45
Paint and oil for Burgoyne Bay School	
Repairing seats, etc., Granville School	
Desks for North Comox School	
Building chimney, Langley School	
Stove, pipe, etc., for Esquimalt School   	
Tables, blinds and chair for High and Boys' Schools, Nanaimo	
Clearing and grading site of Kokasailah School	
Hauling lumber for Maple Ridge School	
Freight on    do. do. 	
Lumber for do. ...   	
Stove and piping for Spallumcheen School	
Blinds and table for Nanaimo Schools	
Stove and piping for New Westminster School	
Hauling gravel to School Reserve, Victoria 	
Table for Departure Bay School	
Clock do.	
Chair do. 	
Construction of fence and shed, Kokasailah School, per contract ...
Rake, nails, etc., for use at School grounds, New Westminster	
Hinges and latch for^gate, Maple Ridge School 	
Construction of fence, do. 	
pairing desks Nanaimo School	
Rent of house, Alberni, during construction of school building	
Purchase of site for school-house, Spallumcheen	
Rent of house, Kamloops, for month prior to completion of school bldg
Carried forward	
6 50
4,547 43
1,480 00
40 00
10 00
35 00
568 00
32 00
200 00
200 00
203 86
23 33
568 00
19 26
28 40
16 00
27 00
22 98
10 00
16 63
6 50
31 96
25 00
4 50
5 00
16 50
19 26
42 00
65 00
6 00
10 80
45 03
S3 00
36 00
36 00
12 00
6 60
5 00
1 50
67 00
9 20
8 50
26 50
12 50
8 00
20 00
20 00
1,566 00
520 09
400 00
227 19
65S K- 82
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
S   cts.
S  cts
A Raynes	
H Brethour 	
F McKenny	
M Pinkerton	
S A Rogers	
J Mason...   	
J W Woods	
Hugh Murray	
C B Eagle	
FW Foster...	
B C Express Co	
Pinchbeck & Lyon..
G Johnston	
Veith, Borland & Co
McClellan & Co
G Hamilton	
Do 	
W Thompson	
F Rose	
T Barton	
D Withrow	
Moffatt & Barrett...
G A Huff  	
A & W Wilson	
J C Mollett	
S Creech	
GF Drabble	
J T Edwards	
J R Park	
C E Pooley   	
W Stephenson	
J P Burgess	
A & W Wilson	
R Lettice	
G Mann	
E G Prior	
J McDowell	
J Kinsman	
S L Kelly & Sons ..
J Braden   	
Brought forward	
XII— PUBLIC WORKS— ConUmied.
Works and Buildings.—Concluded.
Vote No. 120.—Public Schools throughout the Province
(sundry repairs, &c.)—Concluded.
Clearing part of school grounds, Beaver Point	
Desks and seats for North Saanich School   	
Vote No. 121.—lock-up at Bichfield.
Levelling ground around lock-up	
Construction of building, per contract, £687; extras, $34.
Water cans	
Vote No. 122.—Eoch-up, lillooet.
Construction of building, per contract 	
Special messenger to Lillooet, with contract .
Vote No. 123.—Bock-up, 150-Mile House.
Lumber and shingles	
Window sashes	
Freight on windows  	
Rafters, lumber, and lime
Iron bars and staples	
Tools, nails, locks, and hinges .
Roof and ceiling plates	
Scantling and planks	
Hire of team,
Labour on construction,
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
17 days @ S3
1*J  ..  i
36  „   i
40  „  4
21   „   4
Vote No. 123a.—Public School, Pleasant  Valley
(construction and furniture).
Construction of building, per contract ,
Vote No. 123b.—Public School, Alberni
('construction and furniture).
Construction of building, per contract	
2 stoves, pipe, etc	
Freight on stoves, §4; commission superintending construction, $22.60
Vote No. 123c.—Public  School,   Courtenay   (completion).
Balance on contract for construction	
Commission for superintending construction	
Vote No. 123d.—Public School, North Thompson
(addition).
Construction of addition, per contract	
Vote No. 123e.—Court House Kamloops (completion).
Balance on contract for construction, including extras	
Purchase of site	
Vote No. 123f.— Office and Besidence for Agent at Forks
of Quesnelle (to indemnify W. Stephenson
for extra disbursements.)
Payment as above	
Government House.
Vote No. 124.—Bepairs to Building.
Sundry repairs, plastering, etc	
Pump, S50; plumbing, etc., $137.97.
Glazing	
Repairing flue ■	
Padlock	
Repairing fence	
Plastering and general repairs	
Stove-pipe and repairing gutters ...
Repairing pump	
Carried forward.
4,547 43
613 84
23 00
62 20
41,411 30
699 04
19 60
721 00
5 00
3 50
749 00
800 00
10 00
810 00
175 99
22 00
6 60
88 42
41 50
80 92
8 25
5 00
51 00
43 50
108 00
160 00
84 00
762 00
522 00
45 50
26 50
	
594 00
140 00
32 00
172 00
226 00
559 00
300 00
869 00
750 00
47,897 42
6 00
28 61
82 92
187 67
2 50
31 00
5 00
1 00
16 85
101 75
18 63
7 50
397 91
4,638 85
397 91 51 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1-887.
83
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.-
Arrears
S      cts.
$   cts.
$   cts
A & W Wilson ...
J Weiler	
R W Fawcett  ...
J Bullen	
K Elphistone ....
P Merriman	
Fell & Co	
Union Coal Yard.
P Merriman	
E G Prior	
W Johns	
T Lusconibe	
Lennox & Rosson
E G Prior	
M Miller	
Pay Lists 	
J Parker 	
G Tollick	
P Touet	
WTouet	
T Mitchell	
C Alexander....
X Marcotte	
J Dwyer	
F Turgoose	
M McKenzie ....
R Thomson	
C Purver 	
R North	
J Holden	
F Heal	
R Crawford	
H McKenzie ....
W Williams	
D McDonald....
H Wain	
R Thomson	
W Thomson ....
Brackman & Ker
D Morrison	
W Steinberger..
X Marcotte	
H McKenzie....
C Herber	
A Mineagh	
F Worth	
G H Smith	
H Raby	
J Brethour	
J Smith	
W Clark	
Brackman & Ker
F Turgoose	
T Alexander....
G R L Baker ...
P Penny	
Brought forward	
XII.-PUBLTC WORKS.-Continued.
Government House.—Concluded.
Vote No. 1.25.—Furniture.
Two stoves and kitchen utensils, etc.
Carpet, lamps, dishes, etc	
Baize curtains	
Re-setting range	
Vote No. 120.— Fencing.
Repairing fence, and material for same, per agreement .
Vote 127.—Water.
Water supply, 12 months 	
Vote 128.— Fuel and Bight.
Coal oil, candles, etc.
Coal and wood ......
Vote 129.—Improving  Grounds.
Manure	
Wheelbarrow and garden tools	
Hauling roller to Government House .
Vote No. 130.—Gardener.
Salary, 12 months (g $50	
Vote No   131.—Miscellaneous.
Sweeping chimneys	
Hand-saw and nails.	
Visitors' books, $26.30; cards i
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.
Vote 132.— Victoria Bistrict.
9
5
5
lli
4
8
6
4
5
and Wain's road, 9
8
9
Foremen and labourers on district roads	
Meat and vegetables for Nicholson's road party
Fish do. do.
Labour on Cordova Bay Road	
do. do. 	
Labour with team on East Saanich Road,
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
Repairing culvert on do. 	
Labour on do.
Labour with team on do.
do. do.
Guarding gate to gravel pit,   do.
Labour on cross-roads, North Saanich,
do.     repairing roads,        do.
do.     with team on roads,  do.
Lumber and spikes for roads, do. 	
Labour and use of boat at North Saanich Wrharf,
Labour with team on cross-roads, South Saanich,
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
do. do. North Saanich,
Labour on East Road, N. Saanich, A, day @ &2; with team,
do.    with team on Saanich roads,
do. do. do.
do. do.
on Saanich wharf and West Road,
do. do.
Foreman, do. repairs,
Board for W. Clark, superintending Saanich wharf repairs.
Labour with team on Mt. Newton Cross-road, 3
Labour, do. do. 2
Labour with team, West Road, North Saanich, 3
do. Gorge Road, 12J
Carried forward.	
do.
do.
3
6i
3
10
3i
2
2i
5
8
ii
8i
i ?5
5
5
5
5
6
5
5
5
5
2.50
5
6
5
6
5
5.50
6.50
2
4
2
4
5
2
5
5.50
67 06
7
24 26
14 76
4,757 79
138 38
102 66
3 00
12 00
137 60
714 22
80 00
20 50
2 00
19 00
2 25
116 30
5,459 48
68 95
2 47
30 25
20 75
30 00
15 00
45 00
25 00
25 00
67 50
20 00
40 Oo
30 00
26 00
2 60
8 00
25 00
45 00
8 00
18 00
16 00
10 00
41 82
17 50
16 00
32 50
15 00
50 00
18 50
11 00
13 76
10 00
32 00
9 00
S3 00
7 00
15 00
4 00
16 00
70 12
6,437 09
397 91
256 03
150 65
530 52
861 82
102 50
600 00
137 55
3,026 98 84
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
8   cts.
f  «t«.
H Yates	
M Finnerty 	
T Donovan 	
W Williams...,	
H King	
W Tierney	
P Milne	
J J Russell	
J Heal	
D Penny	
J Nicholson	
G Lindsay   	
J Jones	
P J Houlihan   	
C Pollock	
G Bridges	
T Donovan 	
W Thomson	
H C Wiflen	
L Duval  	
J Black	
J Goyette	
J Sluggett	
J Young	
J Lindsay	
R Copeland	
L Duval	
C Pollock	
J Barnes 	
R Copeland	
CGullion	
D Nagle	
W McKay	
R Melrose	
R Copeland	
L Duval	
C Wales	
C Alexander	
W R Armstrong   ...
J John	
W W Wilkinson ....
R Wilkinson	
D Stephens	
E S Wilkinson	
E Wilkinson	
WHilborn	
W Young	
H Russell	
J Munro	
J Nicholson	
G Gowdy	
W A Elliott	
W Fraser	
Victoria Transfer Co
A Thompson	
Muirhead & Carter..
E Wilkinson	
P Bartleman	
CBall	
WPSayward	
J Morris	
I Wilson	
"Colonist"	
"Evening Post" ...
E G Prior	
T Earle 	
J Moore	
T Lloyd	
W Pottinger	
A J Bennett	
W Richardson	
JCBlackett	
S Sandover	
T Milne 	
Stmr Amelia	
W H Snider	
W E Heal	
F Worth	
J C Burgess	
E G Prior & Co	
Labour with team, Gorge Road,
Brought forward	
XII.-PIIBLIC WORKS-Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote 132.— Victoria Bistrict.— Continued.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
131 days® 35.50
6      „       5.50
5.60
6
6
6
S
S.50
5.50
5.60
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5
5
5.50
5.50
5.50
Finnerty's Road,
West Saanich Road,
moving road camp, North Saanich
Cedar Hill Cross-road,
Oakland Avenue,
Cedar Hill Cross-road,
Burnside Road,
West Saanich Road,
Burnside Road,
Cedar Hill Road & Hillside Avenue,
do.
Hillside Avenue,
Cadboro Bay Road,
Cedar Hill Cross-road,
sundry roads,
Burnside and Finnerty's Roads,
moving camp and hauling gravel,
hauling gravel, etc.,
moving camp and hauling gravel,
do. lumber $2;
do. do.     50c.;
Butler's Cross-road,
new road, Lake, 1
do. and Carey's Road, 121
Labour with horse and cart, Foul Bay Road, 13
Labour with team, West Saanich Road, 5J
do. Cedar Hill Road, 2
Labour with horse and cart, Foul Bay Road, 13
Repairing bridge, Gorge Road, horse and cart, 88; labour, 87; nails, 75c.
do. do. 51 d. "
Labour repairing Foul Bay Road, 13   ,
do. do. 13   ,
do. Craigflower Road, 1    ,
do. culvert, Moss Street	
Putting in culvert and repairing Lake Road	
Labour repairing Saanich wharf, 81 d.
6J
,   1
H
5
6
6
14i
Si
121
5
6i
7
10
20
16
34$
141
61 days @ $5.50
16
10
5.50
6.50
5.50
5.50
S.60
4
5.60
6
4
7
7i;
5
5
13
3
7i
2
2
2
2
2
2
5.50
2
2
do. bridge at Sand Hill Creek	
do. Saanich wharf,
do. do.
do. Burnside Road,
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do. with team,
do. do.
do. Brown's and Mount Newton Cross-road, 2
do. ravine bridge, Gorge Road  	
do. do. do	
Foreman, do. do.        	
do. do. do	
do. Tod's Bridge, Cadboro Ray Road	
do. Cedar Hill Road and Hillside Avenue	
Buggy hire for Surveyor-General, inspecting roads	
do. do.     Mohun, defining line of Brown's Cross-road
Provisions for Nicholson's road party	
Labour with horse & cart Burnside cross-r., 21 d. (o>84; team, 51 ds. @$5.50
Repairing road tools 	
do. do	
Lumber for district roads	
Tarring cylinders Point Ellice Bridge, per agreement	
Labour repairing Telegraph Bay Road, 20 days at 82
Advertising notice to contractors	
do. do. 	
Tools for road party, powder, etc	
Powder and fuse	
Tarring cylinders Point Ellice Bridge	
Vegetables for road party	
do. do. 	
Removing fallen timber and repairing culverts on East Road, Saanich..
do. do. on sundry roads, 3 days @ $2
Tightening nuts on Point Ellice Bridge, 2 days @ $4; wire, 50 cts
Repairing road tools	
Removing fallen timber on Gordon Head Road	
Freight on pile driver from Saanich	
Construction of Gordon Head Road, per contract	
Removing fallen timber on New Road, Lake	
Labour with team near Meldrum's, 51 ds. @ 85.50
Making road stakes for Surveyor-General	
Powder and nails	
Carried forward.
4,757 79
274 77
6,437 09  .
74 25
S3 00
35 75
5 00
7 50
26 00
25 00
27 50
79 75
46 75
68 75
27 50
34 37
38 50
50 00
100 oo
82 50
189 75
79 75
35 75
90 00
65 50
4 12
5 50
68 76
52 00
30 25
10 00
52 00
15 75
11 00
26 00
26 00
2 00
6 50
11 00
17 00
1 50
14 00
15 00
10 00
10 00
36 00
6 00
41 25
7 50
4 00
3 25
3 25
9 60
5 00
8 75
17 45
18 50
5 00
113 35
40 25
6 50
34 82
S09 47
25 00
40 00
16 80
12 50
260 45
7 60
5 00
50
2 60
5 00
6 00
8 5C
13 0C
5 0C
2 5C
745 00
2 5C
28 87
2 75
8 60
5,032 66'     9,895 14 51 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June,  1887.
85
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
cts.
8   cts.
8    cts.
W Richardson   	
R Melrose	
Victoria Transfer Co
J Smith	
J Meston   	
J Ball	
S Jones	
R Melrose	
H Alexander	
W Thomson	
Alex Thomson 	
W Richardson	
A Eeyba	
D M Robertson	
H Rahy	
J Brethour	
D Nagle	
R Copeland	
M Walton	
W Page 	
Ira Wilson	
Brackman & Ker	
X Marcotte   	
P Touet	
H Cathcart   	
W Ralph   	
J Brethour	
J Sluggett	
P Touet	
Pay Lists	
I Tell	
C Secholm	
J Lowe	
J Dale	
T Helgesen	
A Mclntyre	
F Turner	
A Campbell	
W McCulloch....
W Cartwright ...
J McHaffey	
C Brown	
D R Rule	
G Brown	
G Wilkinson	
Do	
W Marshall	
F Pirn	
G Scarf	
A Fulton	
J Conway	
A Peatt	
T Atkins	
E Vine	
J McHaffey	
G McKenzie	
CWeir	
T Donovan 	
T Pirn	
M J Welsh	
J Nicholson	
E Newton	
J Chartres	
W Phillips 	
Muir Bros	
W Drew	
J Poirie	
M McCartney	
AD White	
E Milne	
J H Scafe	
Do	
" Colonist"	
" Evening Post".
P McQuade & Son
£ G Prior	
Brought forward	
XII .-PUBLIC WORKS —Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 132.—Victoria District.—Concluded.
Removing fallen timber on S. Saanich roads	
do. Craigflower road	
Buggy for Surveyor-General, inspecting extension Gordon Head rd ...
Labour with team, Saanich roads, 2 ds. @ £5
Repairing tools	
Removing fallen timber, East Road	
Labour with team, Burnside Cross Road 5 ds. @ 85.50
Repairing Craigflower Bridge	
Removing fallen timber, Mitchell's Road	
6 ds. @ 84
5     ..
10     „
U   >>
do. sundry r
Labour with team, do.
do. on Elk Lake road,
Labour on East Road,
Labour with team on extension of street, Work Estate
Removing fallen timber and repairing culverts Saanich Rds, 31
do.                         do.                                    do.             6
Repairing Colquitz River Bridge	
do. do. 	
Removing fallen timber South Saanich Roads	
Labour on Limekiln Road, 11 ds. @ $2
Rebuilding 2 culverts on Cadboro Bay Road	
Axes, rope, and spikes	
Labour with team. Limekiln Road	
Removing fallen timber, Cadboro Bay Road	
Repairing culvert, Foul Bay Road	
Surveying district roads, 5 ds. @ 88=840; expenses, 813
Salary as Road Superintendent, 1 month   ....
Labour on Limekiln Road,                                                           7 ds. @ 82
Work on Cordova Bay Road, per agreement	
Vote No. 133.—Esquimalt District (including Sooke
Kiver Bridge.)
Foreman and labourers on district roads	
Labour on construction of Beecher Bay Road
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
with horse & cart, do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
61 days @ 82
81    „
61 „
13
31 „
16|     „
Foreman on construction
Labour
Removing fallen timber on Beecher Bay trail	
Gravelling road near Gorge Bridge, per agreement
Labour repairing Metchosin Road,
Labour repairing .    Metchosin Road,
301 „
25 J „
191 „
5 „
20J ..
261 >.
21 ds. @ S3, horse 1 d.,
9 days @
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.   with team,
Lumber for
Labour repairing
do.
lOf d. @ 82
14 d. @ 82.00
56
1*1
151
cart 2
3
n
71
removing fallen timber, do.
with team gravelling do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. 31 d. @85,horse.i
do. Metchosin Road,
bridge over Muller's Road,
do. do.
with team, Garbolly Road	
on Metchosin Road, 21 ,,
do. 3   „
with team on Esquimalt Road, 61 ,,
Sooke Road  	
approaches to Sooke Bridge, 31 ,,
do. 21 „
do. 	
do. 221 „
do. 251 ..
do. do. 29| „
do.   hand-rail, etc.,      do. 21 ,,
do.   removing fallen timber, Sooke Road	
do. do. 	
do.   repairing Highland and Scafe's Road, per agreement.
Advertising notice to contractors, etc	
do. do. 	
Paint, oil, etc., for Gorge Bridge, 811.75 ; tent, 820	
Tools for road party	
6.50
5.50
6.50
4
2
2.60
2.00
2
2
5.50
2
6.60
Carried forward.
9,895 14
8 00
3 00
2 50
10 00
15 00
2 00
27 60
2 00
1 00
24 00
25 00
50 00
3 00
59 00
7 00
20 00
6 00
11 60
4 00
22 00
15 00
6 15
5 00
5 00
5 00
53 00
100 00
34 00
50 00
10,470 79
1,937 28
13 00
17 00
11 On
26 00
13 00
33 50
57 50
60 60
50 50
39 00
10 00
40 50
62 50
65 60
18 00
10 00
30 00
20 75
28 00
4 60
S08 00
78 37
85 25
32 50
6 00
19 37
14 50
5 00
4 60
6 00
85 76
2 25
7 00
13 75
5 00
44 50
50 50
59 60
6 75
9 60
2 00
80 00
40 90
28 20
31 75
103 78
3,618 65!
10,470 79 86
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
9   cts.
W P Say ward	
S Morrow	
Victoria Transfer Co .
G Dutnall	
W Fraser	
J Munn	
J Nicholson	
Young Bros	
DRRule	
C Ball	
J Parker 	
Muirhead & Carter..
W Smith	
S Morrow	
G Brown	
W Johnson 	
A Peatt	
J Stewart	
H Crogan 	
RMaltby	
E Vine	
OScarf	
J Parker	
SRoy	
J Poirie	
W Witty	
T Anderson	
A Finney	
W Rockett	
Jno Butterbury.
J Williams ..
G. Winter	
S Morrow    	
E Newton	
R Melrose	
T Anderson	
W Muir	
J Walker  ..
E Milne	
J A Murray 	
E Vine ..."	
W Copeland	
C Gullion	
J Pascoe	
H Price	
R Copeland.
Pay Lists	
E G Prior	
J Mearn	
W Burns	
J Dougan 	
G Lewis	
W P Jaynes ...
D Evans	
RManley	
W T Copley ..  .
J Barry	
R Jones	
J Jones 	
H Hollings. ...
J Dougan, Jr..
J Dougan 	
J Mearns	
W Burns	
H Hollings, Jr.
R Jones	
J Jones 	
G B Ordano ...
A Fischer   	
C Ryan	
W Forrest	
Croft & Angus.
P F Jaynes ....
T P Windsor...
Brought forward	
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS.-Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 133.—Esquimalt District (including Sooke
River Bridge)—Concluded.
', cart, 2ds. S4
Lumber for district roads	
Labour with horse and cart, repairing Sooke Road	
Hire of horse and buggy for Surveyor-General, inspecting roads
Removing fallen timber, Albert Head Road	
Repairing culverts on Admiral's Road	
do. do.	
do. do	
Bread supplied to Nicholson's road party	
Repairing tools for do. 	
Repairing tools for road party	
Meat supplied to do	
Provisions   do. do.	
Powder        do. do.        	
Hire of horse and cart, 1 day	
"do. i   „    „	
Repairing Prospect Lake Road, per agreement	
do.      Bridge, near Colwood	
do.      Highland Road, per agreement	
do.      & gi-avelling Sooke Road, do	
do.       Highland & Maltby Roads, do	
Labour with team, Metchosin Rd., 3^ ds. @ $5.50; do. horse
Repairing Otter Point Road, per agreement	
Labour with team on Admiral's Road, \ day	
Removing fallen timber and repairing bridge at Albert Head	
Labour with team and cart on Sooke River Bridge approaches	
do. gravelling Metchosin Road, 4 days at S5
Repairing Esquimalt Road	
Construction of sidewalk, Esquimalt Road, per contract, $616.25; ex., 50c
do. Sooke River Bridge, £2,440, per contract; lumber, etc.,
for approaches, $3.25 .......
Labour on Esquimalt Road, 7 days @ $2
do. do. 6£     „       2
Compensation, damage to hack, caused by rock left on road by laborers
Labour with horse, Esquimalt Road,     12 ds. @ $4=§48; spikes, 75 cts.
do. do.
Repairing culverts near Craigflower,
Labour with horse, Esquimalt Road,
Removing' fallen timber, Sooke Road ...
do. Dunstall's Road
do. Sooke Road, and clearing bridge of drift wood
do. do.
do.       Metchosin Rd., rep. culvert Rocky Pt. Rd, 194 d. @$2
Labour on Esquimalt and Craigflower Roads, 14|    „      2
do. do. do. 7     ,,     2
Removing fallen timber, Sooke Road, 12      ,,      2
Labour with team, Metchosin Road, between Craigflower and Parson's
Bridge, 35| ds. @ $5.50
Labour with horse, Esqu. and Craigflower Rds, spikes 51; 14g    „       4.00
Vote No.  134.—Cowichan District.
12    „
2.25
42    „
2.00
12    „
4.00
Foreman and labourers on district roads
Tools and tents for road party	
Labour with ox team on Kokasailah Bridge
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
Axe for bridge party	
Labour with team on Holmesdale Road	
5 days @
2     „
2     „
*     „ I
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
horse and cart,
do.
ox team,
do.
horse team,
ox team,
do.
do.
do.
do.
Labour with ox team on Homesdale Road
do. do.
do. do.
Tools for road party	
Repairing tools for road party	
do. do.       and bolts for bridge	
Tools for road party	
Lumber for bridges and culverts, and hauling same to track
Labour with team repair. Quamichan R., 1 d. @ 84.50; self 3 d. @ 82.50
Labour removing fallen timber between Chemainus Prairie and wharf
Carried forward	
Iday
12 days @ $3
1*
17|
2
i
2
9
291
24J
3
31f
201
182 01
57 00
5,553 82
618 65 10,470 '
223 39
57 00
17 50
3 00
2 00
2 00
3 84
5 00
1 50
16 75
8 10
16 18
1 00
2 00
1 00
25 00
10 50
50 00
60 00
70 00
27 25
100 00
2 75
10 00
86 37
20 00
7 50
616 75
2,443 25
14 00
13 00
10 00
48 75
27 00
9 00
6 00
3 00
2 50
16 50
6 00
39 00
29 50
14 00
24 00
196
60 00
6,203 68
170 95
20 00
8 00
8 00
8 00
1 75
3 00
3 00
36 00
7 00
71 00
10 00
2 00
8 00
36 00
118 00
97 00
9 00
127 00
81 00
57 35
21 38
68 50
65 65
376 46
12 00
S 00
7,622 i
18,486 94 51 Vic           Public Accounts, 1st July,   1886, to 30th June, 1887.
87
-
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
§   cts.
cts.
F Lloyd	
5,553 82
3 00
2 00
10 00
2 50
100 00
139 75
36 00
64 20
1 00
40 00
2 00
12 00
5 00
5,971 27
7,622 62
3 00
2 00
2 50
10 00
35 00
36 00
25 00
3 50
2 60
2 60
5 76
45 00
25 00
6 00
6 37
14 37
425 00
25 00
175 00
146 00
250 00
18.486 94
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued,
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 134.—Cowichan District.—Concluded.
Indian Kokasailah	
do.                      do.           at Kokasailah Bridge	
T Marshall	
Str Amelia	
Bell, Larkin & Patterson.
Compensation for land taken for New Beach Road	
R B Richardson	
A Ordano 	
T Smith	
A Todd	
G T corfield	
H Fry	
Compensation for constructing road in Quamichan now used as highway
Construction of Mill Creek Bridge, per contract	
A Reid	
W Healey	
Vote No. 135.— Victoria^audPNunaimo Trunlc'Boad.
1,676 34
100 00
239 25
36 00
6 00
12 50
41 25
1 10
63
190 00
275 00
73 50
6 00
35 00
151 00
32 00
10 00
68 00
Balance for clearing road, Goldstream to Sooke L., %>. con., §95; ext. §5.
H Fry	
PMcQuade& Son	
G B Ordano	
D Holmes ....        	
Labour with team between Shawnigan and Sooke Lakes,   38 days @ §5
Do	
Labour with team, hauling gravel,                                       241 days @ $3
do.           horse and cart,                                                   2         ,,       3
do.           ox team,                                                             8|       „       4
do.              do.                                                                  37|       „       4
do.              do.                                                                    8         ,,       4
H Findlay	
Removing fallen timber from Shawnigan to Goldstream, 34 ds. @ $2 ..
Vote 136.—Salt Spring Island and Islands at
Plumper Pass.
2,958 57
780 60
60 00
50 00
25 00
40 00
64 20
1 00
59 00
35 00
40 00
30 00
21 25
108 00
2 00
12 00
103 60
135 10
43 50
65 00
61 00
4 50
31 25
21 26
83 45
1 00
13 60
5 00
11 75
6 12
21 26
37 50
20 00
8 50
1 60
R C Colston         	
Repairing road from wharf to lighthouse, Mayne Island, per contract..
,
E J Bittancourt	
Balance due on supplies furnished Municipality, Salt Spring Isl'd, 1884-5
Repairing                                        do.                          291 days @ $2
do.                                                 do.                             17|       >>       2
Hire of pile-driver, repairing Burgoyne Bay Wharf,     10         ,,       4
Labour on Burgoyne Bay Wharf,                                     12         ,,       2.50
do.                           do.                                                         81        „        2.60
Foreman, repairing    do.              and Vesuvius Wharf, 28         ,,       4
Labour, repairing Beaver Point Road,                              1         ,,
do.               district roads,                                       6         ,,       2
Foreman, Beaver Point Road;           oxen, §1.50;          251       >>       4
do.          Burgoyne Bay Road; freight on tools, 81.10; 33i       ,,        4
Smith & Clarke   	
W Clarke	
J Miller	
T Herrburveaux    .   ..
T M Williams	
J Roberts	
G Wilson	
Labour, repairing      do.                                                   321       j>       2
do.                     do.           251 days @S2; blasting,  4         ,,       2.50
W Pollard	
do.                                    do.                                           121       >.       2.50
do.                                       do.                                                 81        „        2.50
E G Prior	
Turner, Beeton & Co	
Allowance for damage to canoe while repairing Burgoyne Bay wharf ..
J Pollard	
Labour on Vesuvius wharf,                                                 81 days @ §2.50
do.                     do.            11 days @ §2.60; board for Supt. Clark, $10
Labour repairing Beaver Point Road,                                    41 days @ §2
Paid for moving pile-driver on wharf	
W Clark	
1,982 62
30,306 68 88
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE
Arrears.
8   cts.
3   cts.
S   cts.
Brought for ward
G Furness	
W Robson	
G Sullivan	
J Roberts	
F Raynes	
T Trage 	
H Spikerman  	
Smith & Clarke  ...
F Ford	
T M Williams  	
G Furness	
F Foord	
Pay Lists	
M Bate	
R Craig	
J O'Brian	
G Gartley	
T McGuffie	
J Beaven ,.,
J Marvvick	
W Sinclair	
W Roberts	
J M Pemberthy	
T Cassidy	
J Hill	
C York	
W L LeBallister ...
W Watt	
Mrs J Easthorn...
C McCutcheon	
Haslam & Lees	
W P Walker    ....
C York	
H EPeck	
W A Home	
A Tranfield	
TKinkade	
T Martin	
H Peterson	
J Hill	
J Jamieson	
J E Parks	
Hirst Bros	
Stmr Amelia	
Haslam & Lees ...
J T O'Brian 	
J H Pleace	
Vancouver Coal Co
R Drew	
C Bargaes	
J Love	
G T Parks	
J Harvey	
H E Peck	
(( Free Press" ....
G Vipond	
J Beaven   	
J Fear	
J McDonald	
J Doyle	
J Hoskins	
J Elliott	
J Ganner	
J Hill	
P Richardson  	
F Hart	
M Wilkinson	
S Price   	
F Hart	
T Cassidy	
J Hill   	
P McGhran   	
J Haslam	
XII.--PITBLIC WORKS-Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 134i.—Salt Spring Island and Islands
at Plum.2>er Pass.— Concluded.
Labour with oxen repairing Ford's Road	
do.     on road from main road to Briggs' Landing .,
do.     Vesuvius Bay wharf,
Building culverts	
do. Ford's Road	
Labour on Beaver Point Road.
do. do. oxen, $1.50
Hire of winch and pile-driver, repairing wharves,
Labour on Burgoyne Bay Road	
do.       sundry roads, 13
do.       Burgoyne Bay Roads, with oxen	
Making plan of improvements, Burgoyne Bay wharf	
HI days @ $2.50
2 days @ $4
Vote No.   137.—Nanaimo District.
; 5 per cent.
Foreman and labourers on district roads
Commission on road disbursements,
Picks and mattocks	
Moving camp for road party	
Labour with oxen, 1 day	
do. on Gabriola wharf, 5 days @ $4; 3 days @ $2
Labour with horse and cart, hauling gravel, 3£ days @ $4, 4£ days @
$4.50 ; moving camp, s>8.7n	
Labour with horse and cart, hauling gravel, 5 days @ $4, 20$ days @
$4.50 ; moving camp, §22.75
Labour with horse and cart, hauling gravel, 4 days (jo& $4
do. ox team on North-west Bay Road, 6       ,,       5
do. ox and cart, Gabriola Island Road, 2       ,,       2.50
do. ox team, hauling lumber, l£ days @ #5; cutting fallen
timber, $2	
do. horse and cart, 15| days @ $4.50 ; moving camp, $10.50
do. do. hauling gravel, 2£ days @ $4.50
Buggy hire for Government Agent and foreman, inspecting roads
Removing fallen timber, Alberni trail...   	
do. do. North Gabriola	
do. do. Nanaimo Lake Road	
Lumber for bridges on Victoria Road	
Mending tents	
Repairing culvert, $5 ; hire of waggon and team, $6	
Buggy hire for Government Agent and foreman, inspecting roads
Repairing road tools
19 days (
10
2        ,,
$2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
Labour repairing Alberni Road,
do. do.
Labour putting in culverts, Gabriola Road,
do. do. do.
Moving camp and hauling gravel on Victoria Road	
Repairing road on Gabriola Island	
Construction of road from Alberni Road to Comox Road, per contract
Tools, rope, powder, etc	
Freight and wharfage on pile driver, $7.25 ; fare of road inspector, $1
Lumber for repairs to Gabriola Wharf	
Hauling lumber and pile driver, etc., to wharf	
Grindstone, etc	
Powder and fuse	
Removing fallen timber on Wellington Road	
do. do. Victoria ,,     	
do. do. Alberni-Qualicum Road,      3^ days @ S3
do. do. do. lOj       >■        2.50
Road tools	
Labour with team, moving camp	
Advertising for tenders for road from Hurst's to Alberni Road	
Labour with team, hauling gravel	
do. moving camp	
do.                  Wellington Road,                               6£ days @ $7
Labour on ditch and culvert, McDonald's Road	
do.     repairing washout, Victoria Road	
do.     with team on Wellington and Nanoose Roads	
do.     repairing washout, Victoria Road	
do.     with team, do. J day @ $7
Removing fallen timber, do,
do. do. Richardson's Road,
Labour repairing washout, Victoria Road,
do.     with team, moving camp,
Removing fallen timber, repairing washout, Victoria R..
do. do. do.
Repairing bridge, Peterson's Road,
Labour on sundry roads. team, $6 ;
Removing fallen timber, Nanoose Road,
do. do. Peterson's Road	
2.50
2.50
4.50
4
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
Carried forward.
5,971 27
1,982 62
3 00
75 00
21 25
4 00
2 00
8 00
16 50
36 00
5 00
52 00
10 00
5 00
30,306 63
	
2,220 37
690 10
5,894 34
342 94
9 00
15 00
10 50
3 00
3 00
6 00
26 00
43 00
135 00
16 00
30 00
5 00
2  00
9 50
81 37
11 25
21 00
2 50
10 00
16 00
72 40
72 40
2 00
11 00
20 50
49 80
47 50
25 00
5 00
5 00
17 00
15 00
165 00
76 92
8 25
3 55
4 00
7 15
29 00
3 00
2 00
10 50
26 25
36 50
5 26
2 60
29 87
5 25
45 50
15 00
2 50
40 37
4 37
5 25
8 50
5 00
4 37
9 00
20 00
6 25
7 50
18 50
10 00
2 00
6,763 77
7,560 70
32,527 00 51 Vic
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
89
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
9   cts. j
Dunsmuir & Sons	
R Grant	
W L LeBallister 	
J Hamilton	
A Shaw	
J Beaven   	
C York	
J Page 	
E & N Ry	
Indian Billy	
G Cassidy	
P White	
T Martin	
J Martin	
B S R Roberts	
VV Roberts	
W L LeBallister	
P McDonald	
T McGuffle	
J Tippit	
T.Goldsworthy	
R Easthorn	
G T Parks	
L Stark 	
C Borgas   	
C Fiddick   	
W M Thomas  	
J Marwick	
0 Stalling	
A McNaughton     	
J Hill	
J Beaven    	
J Hirst	
W Chappie	
T McGuffle	
W L LeBallister	
J Jamieson	
J W Pemberthy	
H EPeck	
J Hill	
M Edgar	
C York	
J Hirst	
J Tippet	
W Robert	
Pay Lists	
J C Mollett	
" Colonist"	
'' Evening Post"	
Barclay Sd Fishing Co
J G Halpenny	
W Smith	
G Compton	
G D Clarke	
H E Peck 	
W M Halpenny	
C Taylor, Jr  	
J Stewart	
J Redford	
E A Clarke	
R Pinkerton	
" Free Press "	
J McPherson	
J Fraser	
J Love 	
W L LeBallister   ....
R Pinkerton	
E Moore	
J Sullivan	
D A McMillan	
Alex Tranfield	
T Kinkade	
D A McMillan	
Brought forward	
XIL-PUBLIC WORKS -Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves. -Continued.
Vote No. 137.—Nanaimo District.—Concluded.
Lumber for repairs to Departure Bay Bri^l^e, powder, etc	
Labour with horse on Wellington Road, 2 days (a, $4.50
do. team on Victoria Road, lj£       ,,       7
Conveying foreman to Nanaimo for tools	
Labour on road to Gabriola wharf	
do.     with team, moving camp, 2| days @ $7     ;
Removing snow f'm Nanaimo River Bridge, *7.5U; du. fallen timber, S3]
Removing fallen timber, Departure Bay Road	
Freight on tents to Nanaimo ."	
Removing fallen timber, Victoria Road	
do. do. 	
do. do. 3 days @ $2.50|
Labour on road to Gabriola Wharf	
do.                           do.                                                   2       „        2.50|
do. do.    	
Labour moving camp	
do with horse, 13^ days @ $4.50 = S*59.6J ; moving camp, $3.50 .
do. repairing Victoria Road, If days @ 82.50J
do. putting in culverts on road to Gabriola Wharf, 4 ,, 3 '
do.     moving camp sundry times	
Removing fallen timber, Wellington Road	
do. North Gabriola Road, 2 days @ $2.50
do. Englishman's River, 2       ,,       2.50
do. Stark and Richardson's Roads, 2       „       2.50
do. Victoria Road, 	
do. do. 8       „       2.50
do. Cedar District Roads, 1£     ,,       2.50
do. Victoria Road, 2       ,,       2.50
do. do. 5        „        2.50
do. do. 2        „        2.50
do. do. 6 ds. @ §3 = $18; team, 5 ds. <a $6 =:
Labour with team, moving camp   	
Removing fallen timber, Nanoose Road	
Labour on road to Gabriola Wharf, 2 days @ $2.50|
Labour repairing do. 	
Labour with horse, Wellington Road, 3 days @ $4.50]
Removing fallen timber, Gabriola Road	
Removing fallen timber, Gabriola Island	
Buggy for Superintendent, inspecting roads	
Removing fallen timber. Victoria Road	
Labour on road to Gabriola Wharf	
Removing fallen timber, Victoria Road	
do. Englishman's River Road	
Putting in culvert on N. W. Baj' Road	
Removing fallen timber, Nanoose Road   	
6,753 77
1 days @ 82.25,
Vote No. 138—Alberni District.
Foremen and labourers on district roads	
Commission on road disbursements, 5%	
Advertising notice to contractors	
do. do. 	
Powder and tools for construction of Beaver Creek Road
Collecting tools	
Labour on Beaver Creek Road 4|days@$2.25l
do. do. 3|   „        2.25|
do. do. with oxen, 1
Horse for foreman inspecting roads	
Expenses incurred do. 	
Removing fallen timber, Sproat Lake Road,
do. McKenzie's Road	
do. road to Scotch settlement, 2       ,,       2.25
do. Qualicum Trail, 1£     „       2.25
do. Alberni Nanaimo Road, 2       ,,       2.50
Vote No. 139.—Alberni (Cameron Bake, Qualicum Road),
Advertising notice to contractors	
Construction of Sections 1, 3 and 4, per contract, $4,085; extras, $546 .
do. 2 do.
Services as Superintendent of contracts, 133 days @ $3
Horse for Govt. Agent inspecting roads	
Removing fallen timber, Alberni Section	
do. road 20 miles from Alberni	
do. road bt. Eng. R. & Cam. Lake, 19days@$2.50
do. do. do. 19     „       2.50
do. road at Qualicum, 10     ,,       2.50
do. do. 10      ,,        2.50
Sup. removal fallen timber, 15 ds. @ $2.50=837.50; horse hire, S7.50
Carried forward	
6,782 22
7,560 701 32,527 00
76 04
9 00
12 25
2 50
2 50
19 25
10 50
2 00
50
8 00
2 00
7 50
2 50
5 00
2 50
5 00
63 12
4 37
12 00
14 00
2 50
5 00
5 00
5 00
3 00
20 00
3 75
5 00
12 50
5 00
48 00
5 25
2 60
5 00
6 60
13 50
2 50
6 00
4 00
6 00
2 50
3 00
3 75
3 00
2 50
7,996 98
2,668 37
162 52
20 50
14 40
26 67
6 00
10 68
8 45
5 00
16 00
14 76
13 60
22 00
4 50
3 38
5 00
8,000 73
2 50
4,631 00
3,000 00
399 00
5 00
30 00
5 00
47 50
47 50
25 00
25 00
45 00
8,262 60
51.787 21 90
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
to whom paid;
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
J Piercy 	
J J Grant	
Do	
C B Rabson	
W J Harrigan ,
F Cuncliffe	
J Hetherington	
J J R Miller	
T Pickard	
G T^McFarlane	
J R McFarlane	
K Henderson	
G Foord	
Heatherhell & Williams
W J Harrigan	
J B Holmes	
L Grant   	
C Cameron	
W A Mathewson   	
T Nelson	
J Hetherington.
G F Drabble....
H Hixham	
J Fraser 	
D Jones 	
R Mountain ....
P Lendberg   ...
E Phillips	
T Kenan	
T Leask	
R S C Sinclair ..
K Grant	
J Prestige	
B Crawford	
T Beckensell ..
H Edwards	
T Graham	
H Higham	
J McLennan....
Indian Eneas. ..
Do.   Frank...
R Duncan	
F Cuncliffe	
R Swan	
W Harvey	
GG McDonald..
J McPhee	
J W McKenzie..
H Urquhart	
J Parekin	
F Grant	
J Rodello	
H Edwards   ....
E Duncan	
T Leask	
C Payne	
E D Clarke   ....
Indian Joe	
L Currie	
G Howe	
WRRobb	
P Lundberg	
T Beckensell ...
G G McDonald...
P Berr>	
E Creech	
R Creech    	
J A Carthew	
A Mulligen   	
F McMurray	
C J Robinson.
C Cridland	
J Latimer	
R C P Mills Co.
Brought forward    	
XII.- PUBLIC WORKS.-Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.-— Continued.
Vote No 140,— Como.r. District (including Denman ■&
Hornby Islands).
On ac. of contract for construction of Sec 1, $100 ; cutting do., $40...
Con. of Sec. B, p. contract, $500;b'ngbdge, $14; hauling lumber, $10.25
Gravelling Section B, per contract, balance due	
On account of contract for construction of Section D	
Cutting road adjoining Section 1, per contract	
Repairing road on Section C, per contract 	
Gravelling on Section B., per contract	
Contract for con. of road, from Pt. Holmes Rd. to Little River 	
Work on Denman Island Roads, per contract	
do. do. 	
do. do.	
Building road do. 	
Work on Hornby Island do. 	
do.' do. 	
Building bridge at Comox	
Nails, tools, provisions, etc	
Repairing Sec. C, per contract	
do.     bridge, and assisting to lay out roads	
Hire of horse and buggy for G. F. Drabble, inspecting roads, $18 ; haul
ing timber, $16	
Cutting line of proposed road, Denman I., 2 d; @ 2.50 ; boat hire, $2.50
Repairing 2 bridges on Bridges' cross-road 	
Commission on road disbursements, @ 5 $ %	
Clearing along south side of road, Sec. D., 2 9-10 acres (a) $15
Labour repairing district roads and wharf,
do. " do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do. with ox team,
do. Comox wharf and long bridge,
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do. canoe hire, 5 d. @ $2.
gravel on Section D,
43£ d. @ $2
32J .
17
30 ,
33J .
314 ;
H   :
H   :
n,
4    ,
3    .
22j;
i ,
i
1*:
2
2 ;
2    '.
h ;
2 men with team hauling j
Labour building bridge,
do.    repairing   do.   on Denman Island,
do.    surveying roads, do.
Cutting piles, culvert timber, and labour on sundry roads.
Sundry road tools, etc	
do. $8 ; repairs, $3.50	
Lumber	
Hauling timber for bridge, near McKelvey's	
do. do. Gordon's 	
3 boom chains	
Repairing Comox Wharf, 3 days (
Team and two men on road near Long Bridge, 3£     ,,
Removing snow from Courtenay R. Bridge	
Removing fallen timber, Holmes' Road	
do. Trent River Road	
Services with canoe for Govt. Agent to Hornby Island	
Removing drift wood at Courtenay River Bridge	
Buggy for Govt. Agent, sundry times	
Labour with team, do. 	
Cutting out 30 chains of road, south side Comox Bay .
2
2.
2
2
2 26
2
2.25
2
4
2.26
2.25
2.25
2.25
2.50
3
2.50
2
$2.25
Labour repairing Comox Wharf, 2 days <
Labour with team, do. I       ,,
Removing fallen timber, road to Denman Island Wharf	
do. Creech's Road, 3      ,,
do. do. Ii     ,,
Hire of horse for road work, 3       ,,
Repairing Tsolum Bridge and approach	
Removing fallen timber, etc., Pt. Holmes' Road, 3       ,,
Vote No. 141,—New Westminster District.
J Sprott     Sundry expenses incurred inspecting roads.	
fi>.25
4
Hauling gravel on Trunk Road, Langley, 79 yards @ $1
do. etc., on N. Arm, Sll ; hay for mule SI	
do. Trunk Road, Langley Municipality, 66 yards
Altering and repairing bridge over Nicomekl River	
Carried forward	
!«1
Arrears.
$   cts.
S   cts.
6,782 22
*   cts.
61,787 21
140 00
524 25
66 Ot
395 01
30 0C
425 00
278 00
65 0C
30 0C
70 00
140 0C
135 00
25 0C
125 00
37 00
30 87
20 00
9 60
34 00
7 5U
36 00
173 00
43 00
87 00
65 00
34 00
76 00
67 00
63 00
12 37
19 00
16 87
8 00
12 00
50 62
2 26
10 12
7 37
7 50
2 00
13 00
12 00
6 00
6 00
6 60
49 16
13 37
11 50
108 76
1 00
6 00
16 00
6 75
19 50
2 00
2 00
10 00
4 50
1 00
4 50
25 87
25 00
4 60
3 00
7 50
6 00
3 00
6 00
10 00
6 75
3,773 38
378 44
■79 00
12 00
66 00
125 00
660 44
55,560 59 51 Via
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
91
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
Z   cts.
8   cts.
6,921 84
50 Oil
24 00
298 60
20 00
40 27
27 00
24 00
17 50
37 33
4 25
8 00
5 00
5 00
4 00
15 00
660 44
50 00
40 00
7 50
40 50
25 00
16 00
40 50
84 00
82 00
116 00
122 25
78 65
63 50
29 00
18 00
22 00
20 00
23 00
40 00
34 00
26 00
8 00
14 00
227 12
298 60
50 00
69 00
20 00
83 00
73 50
89 50
2 00
94 00
21 00
20 00
67 00
76 50
85 32
30 00
400 00
500 00
576 00
40 60
50 00
49 50
4 00
30 00
72 00
50 00
75 00
123 00
195 00
34 80
750 00
75 75
5 00
11 00
40 27
137 75
12 50
4 00
27 00
24 00
24 00
37 33
4 25
8 00
5 00
6 00
4 00
15 00
9 25
10 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
55,660 59
R Darrall	
A McCullum '	
XII.-PTJBLIC WOUKS.-Continued.
Boads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No.  141.—New Westminster Districts- Continued.
Making ditch on Granville townsite	
Labour repairing Trunk Road,                                           16 days (a> $2.50
do.                      do.        Langley municipality,     3|     ,,       2
do.                         do.                       do.                          20J      „        2
do.                       do.                     do.                        12|     ,,       2
do.                       do.                     do.                          8       ,,       2
do.                       do.                     do.                        20J     „       2
Hauling corduroy,       do.                     do.                        900 feet	
do gravel,           do.                     do.                        82 yards @ SI..
do.                       do.                     do.                        115     ,,        1..
do.             team, $10,                                            112J   „       1..
Labour as overseer on Trunk Road,     do.  sund. $9.65, 23 days (a> $3
Labour repairing Trunk Road, Mt. Lehman, 13 d. (a' $2, 11       ,,       2.5C
do.                         do.                       do.                          14i      „        2
do.                         do.                       do.                            9"      „        2
do.                         do.                       do.                          11        ,,        2
do.                         do.                       do.                          10       „        2
do.                         do.         *             do.                          11£      ,,        2
do.                       do.                     do.                        20       ,,       2
do.                       do.                      do.                        17       „       2
do.                         do.                       do.                          13        ,,        2
do.                         do.                       do.                            4        ,,        2
do.                       do.                     do.                          7       ,,       2
Foreman repair, sundry roads, 814, d. @ $2.50; labour, 12       ,,       2
Balance of contract for ditch road, Richmond, $269.30 ; bridge, $29.30..
N Nelson	
J Campbeii	
RGoddard	
A Murchison	
J Smith	
F Boys	
J R McGregor	
R Wilkinson	
-
W G March	
J Long 	
G McKay	
R Coghlan .-	
C M Nicholson	
Indian Hannah	
W Mackie	
Loughertv & Cole 	
W J Graham	
T F York	
Foreman on Hastings Road repairs, 6 days @ $2.70; labour on North
Arm Road,                                                                           24 days (as $2.20
P H Parsons	
Labour repairing Hastings-Vancouver Road,                   41£     ,,       2
do.                             do.       & Port Moody Roads, 36|     „       2
Labour repairing Hastings-Vancouver Road,                 41| days @ $2
G McCrae	
Labour repairing North Arm    Road,                               47       ,,       2
do.              Port Moodv       „                                   10J     ,,       2
do.              Pitt Meadows    „                                   10       „       2
do.              Por.Moody& Hastings-Vancouver R., 33£     ,,       2
do.                       do.                           do.                        37|     „        2
R Neeley	
do.              Wilson & Blake's Road, Maple Ridge Municipality ...
Repairing Scott Road, per contract, $300 ; extra gravel. & cordur.,$10l
A Milton	
Labour repairing Trunk Road, Langley Municipality,  20J davs @ $2
do.             N.W.-YaleR., 10 d. @S3; with team, 4        „      5
do.              Trunk Road, Langley Municipality, 8 davs (a) $3; with
do.              North Arm Road,                                     2 days @ $2
do.               False Creek       do.                                36       ,,       2
do.              bridge and culverts, Trunk Road, Langley Municip'ity.
do.              town line and Wilson & Blake's Road, 97s- days @$2 ;
J J Wilson	
Do	
Constructing bridge on Johnston's Landing Road, per contract	
Labour removing fallen timber, etc., Pittendrigh Road,2^ days @ $2
D McPherson	
D McLean	
G Black	
Hastings Saw-mill Co ...
Woods, Turner & Gamble
F C Bodwell	
do.           $12.25 ; lumber, $28.02	
Salary surveying roads, etc., 15 days, $90 ; expenses, etc., $47.75	
Labour on survey of bridge sites, North Arm,                  5 days @ $2.50
do.       Sumas Mountain Road,                                     2       ,,       2
Labour with team remov. fallen timber, 3d. @ $5, self, 6       ,,       2
W Murray	
J Cunningham & Co	
C G Major 	
J King	
G M Cox	
T York	
J Taylor	
CP NCo	
Fare of J. Sprott, and freight on horse, etc., Mt. Lehman to Langley..
Labour with team on Trunk Road Langley Municipality, 2 days @ $5..
J Best	
Labour on Central line, Maple Ridge Municipality, per contract	
J McKinney	
P Calder	
7,501 79
6,763 78
65,560 59 92
Public Accounts, 1st July, l&bb, to 30th June, 1887.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
#   cts.
$   «to.
R Neeley	
FF Raitt	
J W Sexsmith	
E J Thompson	
W R Lewis	
Sulley & Renwick	
Reid & Currie	
J Bosom worth	
W B Townsend	
DA McKee	
Gilley, Mooney & Co	
Herald   	
Vancouver Municipality.
D Stewart	
D Robertson	
Cruickshanks & Co	
H Ramsay	
Do	
R Burton	
J C Henderson 	
Smedley & MuPherson ..
J Gray	
H J Kirkland 	
McKamey, Vasey & J ohn-
H Titmus [son
RNorris	
R Goddard	
J Smith	
A Murchison	
G Rawlinson, CMC ....
ETachon	
C F Green	
J Fox	
G Rawlinson, CMC....
Do
Boyd & Clandining	
E McKendry	
H Green	
TMackie, Jr	
W Mackie	
R Sutherland	
Alex Gunn	
T Mackie, Sr	
W Williamson	
W Grav    ...
K Smith	
A Lachore 	
J Simpson	
W Stewart	
G McCrae	
W Mackie	
TMackie, Jr	
TMackie, Sr	
J Woolard	
J Johnson    	
K Sweet	
W Williamson 	
R Adams    	
H C Magee	
J Ray	
CCridland	
W Mackie	
H Eburne	
J Gunn 	
H Gunn	
W Mackie	
W Williamson	
T Mackie  	
W Mackie	
J Wymerskerch	
T Mackie    	
J Rea	
W Wiliiamson	
C Stewart.	
R H Sweeney  	
D McDonald	
J Murray	
G McCrae     	
W Mackie	
Brought forward	
XII. -PUBLIC WQRKS.-ConUnued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No.  141.—N&w Westminster District.—Continued.
Corduroying Pitt Meadows Road, 6 chains 48 feet @ 88; 2 chains 23
feet @ $3; 2 days @ $2	
Corduroying Chilochen Trunk Road, per contract	
Hay, grain, etc	
Freight on tools 	
Feed for mule	
Repairing tools, etc	
do. 	
Construction of bridge and approaches, Kanaka Creek Road	
Removing tree from North Arm Road	
On account of making ditch on Trunk Road, Delta Municipality .. .
Repairing Brownsville Wharf	
Advertising for tenders   	
Grant towards improvement of Powell street	
Repairing Serpentine River Bridge, per contract	
Construction of ditch, Hot Springs Road, per contract	
do. bridge, Chilliwhack River,     do. 	
Reconstruction of bridge, Luckakuck River,   do. 	
do. do.      Achlitz River, do. 	
Repairing bridge. Burton's Prairie, do.	
Construction of dyke on bank of Fraser at Chilliwhack	
Corduroying on Pitt River Road   	
Labour on town line, Langley Municipality, per contract	
Ditching on Chilochen Road, do.	
Repairing and extending Nicomin Slough Road	
Work on Titmus' Road, Langley Municipality, per contract
do.       town line and Mclnnes' Road,        do. do.
do.       Telegraph Road, do. do.
do.       town line and Saomous, do. do.
Corduroying on Trunk Road, do. 	
J. Gray's contract on town line, do. 	
Repairs to Hastings Road, per contract	
Ditching, Trunk Road, Delta Municipality, per contract	
Rebuilding bridge, Pitt River Road, do. 	
J. Latimer's contract for work, Trunk Road, Langley Municipality .
I. Smith's do. lo. do.
Repairing Vancouver-New Westminster Road, per contract	
Superintending the above contract, 64 days @ S3
Labour repairing Port Moody Road, 36       ,,       2
do. do. do. 17i     „       2
Foreman    do. do. 27£      ,,       2.50
Labour       do. do. 9|     „       2
do. do. do. 9£     „       2
do. do. do. I3£     ,,       2
do. do. do. 12       „       2
Removing fallen timber, North Arm Road	
do. do. do. 	
do. do. do. 	
do. do. etc.,      do. 1\ days @ §2
do. do. do. 1        „       2
do. do. do. 4        ,,       2
do. do. do. 9 „        2.50
do. do. do. 4        ,,       2
do. do. do. 9 „        2
do. do. do. 7        ,,       2
do. do. do. 2 ,,        2
do. do. do. 	
do. do. do. 4        ,,       2
Rebuilding bridges, do. 23        ,,       2
do. do. 22        ,,       2.50
do. do. 14        „       2.50
do. do. with team,     2        ,,       5
do. do. 18        „       2.50
Spikes, do. do. 	
Labour repairing do. 9        „       2
do. do. 8        „       2
do. do. 3i      „       2.50
do. do. 12£      ,        2
do. do; 3|      „       2
Foreman repairing North Arm-Vancouver Road 43        ,,       2.50
Labour repairing do. 9£      ,,       2
do. do. 46$       „        2
do. do. 22        „       2
do. do. 28£      „       2
do. do. 56£       „        2
Removing fallen timber, North Road, Port Moody	
do. do. do. 	
do. do. do. 	
Labour repairing False Creek Road, 90£ days @ 82
Foreman repairing do. 123$       ,,       2.50
Carried forward	
7,501 79      6,763 78    55,660 5»
68 98
424 00
14 75
1 00
1 00
21 74
9 49
70 00
2 00
420 00
156 20
34 20
1,000 00
110 00
500 00
368 00
290 00
310 00
160 00
500 00
79 28
100 00
533 20
100 00
30 00
48 00
29 50
179 25
21 00
244 00
590 00
440 00
80 00
100 00
90 00
4,600 00
192 00
72 00
35 00
68 75
19 00
19 00
27 00
24 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
15 00
2 00
8 00
22 50
8 00
18 00
14 00
4 00
5 00
8 00
46 00
55 00
35 00
10 00
45 00
11 00
18 00
16 00
8 75
25 00
7 00
107 50
19 00
93 00
44 00
57 00
113 00
3 00
2 00
2 00
181 00
308 75
7,6ul 79
20,253 57 51 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
93
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.   !
cts.
Brought forward	
XII.-PUBLIC WOBKS.
Boads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.— Continued.
Vote No. 141.—New  Westminster District.—Concluded.
P Parsons	
J Gunn	
W Williamson	
TMackie, Sr	
T Mackie, Jr	
H Gunn	
R Sutherland	
A Gunn	
W Mackie	
T Mackie, Jr	
H Gunn	
J Gunn	
N Cameron  	
H Best	
J Murray	
D McLean	
Pay Lists	
Do	
D McPhersen  	
L Hudson	
R Frommer	
L Frommer 	
D McCrae	
J R Wren	
J McLean 	
T Maureau	
A Dion   	
T McKamey	
W C Johnson   	
C Robinson  	
J Kayes	
Str Gladys	
F Pasingham   	
E Jackson	
GLux	
D Robertson	
T Mackie   	
W Mackie	
V Cardill   	
J Mackie	
G WChadsey	
W R Austin	
J Cunningham & Co ....
D McPhaden	
T Greenham	
CG Major	
J Simpson	
Fox & McLean...   	
J H Germain 	
J Gunn	
J Stewart 	
G McKay   	
T J James	
W Mackie	
C McCullum	
Pay List	
J McKenny	
W J Hinck	
D McKee	
C York  	
J Musselwhite	
Reed & Currie	
Str Gladys	
Str Wm Irving	
Mainland Transfer Co...
Woods, Turner & Gamble
Pay List	
A Campbell 	
H Harris	
R Shortreed	
J Boyes	
J S Gray	
A Campbell	
Pay Lists 	
W H Hampton	
W Freeman	
T Greenham	
G Newton   	
H Vasey	
S Tretheway	
Labour repairing False Creek Road
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. bridge, Pitt River Road,
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
Removing fallen timber, Pitt River Road	
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
Labourers do. 	
do. Pitt Meadow Road 	
Labour do.
Labour on road near St. Mary's Mission,
do. do.
do. do.
%    do. do.
do. do. 30| ds. @ 82.50 = 877
do. do.
Labour, Harrison Hot Springs Road,
2J days @ 82
W4£       „       2
143
87
120
94J
16J
16J
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2.50|
2
2
2
13 days @ 82
3 ,, 2
10      „       2
do.
do.
do.
     do.
do.
Freight on supplie.
Hire of oxen
Labour
Labour
Labour on survey
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
32
26
13
12
30J „
team, $3...
27J ds. @
20      ,,
22
27i      ,,
24| ,,
H „
*4      .,
2.25|
2
2.25|
2
2
22J
"I
2
2.50]
2
5 days @ $2
= 850.
3 days @ 82
3      „      2
Removing fallen timber, Hastings Road	
do. do. 	
do. do. 	
do. do. 	
Repairing Atletz bridge	
Hay and grain	
Powder, fuse, and sundry tools 	
Hay and grain	
Repairing Trunk Road, near Brownsville	
Sundry tools	
Repairing Pittendrigh Trail,
do.     Road at Coquitlam	
do.     bridge on Trunk Road at Sumas	
Shoeing mule	
Removing slide on Trunk Road, Mt. Lehman,
do. do.
Hay and grain, 848.19; care of mule, 2J mos. @ 820
Hay, 87; freight on tools, 82.75 :    	
Removing fallen timber, Yale Road	
Labourers Kanaka Creek, Pt. Hammond Road	
Labour do. 	
Labour do. 3 days @ 8'
Contract for ditching and gravelling Trunk  Road, Langley Municipal
Removing fallen timber, do. 	
Labour do. 2 days @ $2|
Repairing tools and shoeing mule.	
Freight on tools	
Freight on lumber	
Buggy hire for road superintendent   	
Surveying sundry roads, 7 days @ $7 = 849; expenses, 822.70
Labourers, Port Haney Road	
Work on Sawmill Road, Langley Municipality	
do.     Jamieson's Road, do. 	
do.     Walker Trail, do. 	
do.     Trunk Road and wharf   do. 	
do.     Town Line, do. 	
do.     Coglan Road, do. 	
Labourers on Section Line, Townships 9 and 12.
Labour do. do.
Removing fallen timber, Trunk Road, Sumas ..
Repairing bridge, Scott Road,
Labour, Survey Mission Road,
do. do.
do. do.
27 days @ 82|
ii
7
2
5
Carried forward.
7,501 791 20,253 571 56,560 59
6 00
209 00
286 00
174 00
240 00
189 00
33 00
33 00
6 00
4 CO
4 00
4 00
2 00
26 00
6 00
20 00
318 75
205 22
64 00
52 00
26 00
24 00
61 00
80 00
55 00
40 00
49 50
56 00
55 68
9 00
9 00
13 50
45 00
23 50
95 00
10 00
2 00
2 50
3 00
3 00
4 00
41 34
38 51
5 82
6 00
39 68
10 00
58 00
10 00
2 25
6 00
6 00
98 19
9 76
3 00
268 76
68 00
6 00
179 00
2 50
4 00
28 97
7 00
7 75
5 50
71 70
150 00
29 50
45 00
27 00
40 00
12 74
20 00
496 00
54 00
3 00
3 00
14 00
4 00
10 00
7,501 791 1 80,241 76
24,681 17 94
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
cts.
5   cts.             cts.
7,501 79
1 50
15 00
50 00
9 68
10 00
69 38
78 50
13 25
93 00
38 75
18 00
30 00
61 00
18 00
30 00
80,241 76
6,000 00
1,000 00
D McGillivray, Reeve ...
W H Ladner,      do
R McKee,            do
G Howison,         do
M Clarke,           do
T Shannon,        do
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—ConUwued.
Vote No.  142.—Municipalities in New Westminster Dist.
Grant to Chilliwhack Municipality for year ending 30th June, 1887	
do.       Delta                     do.                                    do.
do.       Lang-ley                 do.                                    do.                      	
do.       Maple Ridge         do.                                    do.                      ..   .
do.       Richmond             do.                                    do.                      	
do.       Surrey                   do.                                    do.                      	
Vote No   143.—Cowichan Municipality.
Grant to Cowichan Municipality for year ending- 30th June, 1887	
Vote No. 144.—Trunk Road, New Westminster to Popcum.
Labour with team on road near Murray's Hill,                   Hi d. @ $5
do.                         do.                     do.   '                         10   „       5
do.                         do.                     do.    5 d. @ 82; team 4   „       5
do.                         do.                     do.                             IS   ,,       2
do.                         do.                     do. 21 d. @ 83; team 1£ ,,       5
do.                         do.                      do.                             19^ ,,       2
do.                         do.                      do.                             10   „       2
do.                         do.                      do.                             10   „       2
do.                         do.                      do. 22 d.@$2.50; oxen 7   ,,       2
do.                         do.                     do.                             17   „       2
do.                         do                      do.                             17   „       2
do.                         do.                     do.                             22   ,,       2
do.                         do.                      do.                              6   „       2
do.                         do.                      do.                             13   „       2
do.                         do.                     do.                             13| »       2
do.                         do.                      do.                             15£ „       2
do.                         do.                      do.                             14   ,,       2
do.                         eo.                      do.                             11    ,,       1.75
do.                         do.                      do.                               3   „       2
Construction of bridge over Nicomeckl River, Langley, per contract...
Labour on Trunk Road,                                                            11J ds. @ §2
do.                  do.                                                                   9&   „       2
do.                  do.            near Brownsville,                        23     „       2
do.                  do.                          do.                                  24     ,,       2
do.       near Sumas,                                                             14J   ,,       2
do.                  do.       with oxen,                                          3     ,,       4
do.                  do.                                                                  26     „       2
Foreman,              do.    nails, etc, §11.50; 21^ ds. @$3; team  4     ,,       5
Labour                 do.                                                                  26     ,,       2
do                      do.                                         7 days @ &2; team 1       ,,        5
do.                  do.                                                                   6     „       2
do.                    do.                                                                        5£      „        2
Vote No. 145. — Yale District.
1,000 00
1,000 00
1,000 Oo
1,000 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
A Murchison	
57 50
60 00
30 00
30 00
70 50
39 00
20 00
20 00
69 00
34 00
34 00
44 00
12 00
26 00
27 75
31 00
28 00
19 25
6 00
933 00
23 OO
19 00
46 00
48 00
29 00
12 00
52 00
96 00
52 00
19 OO
12 00
11 00
A Murphy	
B F Watkins      	
R Shortreed, Sr	
T Shortreed	
W S Hoff  	
J Ward	
W J Crall 	
R Shortreed	
2,000 00
7,190 02
61 78
150 00
50 00
400 00
63 25
12 00
1 37
3 75
60 06
15 00
10 00
25 00
218 64
72 50
38 50
2 00
2 50
11 00
13 25
12 50
5 81
2 00
93 00
17 50
65 00
38 75
18 00
30 00
61 00
18 00
30 00
W A Starret	
Hire of pack-horse                     do.                                   10 months @ $15
F Walker	
Hire of team and waggon for road work,                            8 months @ §50
Shuswap Milling Co	
Repairing Kamloops-Okanagan Rd., 25 days (rt $2.50; team, 4 days @ $2.50
do.     Kamloops-Nicola Road,    13       „     2.50;     ,,3       ,,2
do.                etc., $6 ; stage fare, W. Dodd, inspecting roads, ®5
Board and lodging for Surv'r Drummond, S7; assisting as rodman, §6.25
B Drummond, Jr	
J Duck	
Meals, bed, and horse keep for W. Dodd; freight on bridge lumber, §3.81
A J Kirkpatrick	
Labour on Peterson's Bridge,                                              7 days @ 82.50
do.       road near Grand Prairie,                                 26       ,,       2.50
do.       Kamloops-Nicola Road,                                 15£     ,,       2.50
do.       Granite Creek-Nicola Trail,                               6       ,,       3
do.                             do.                                                 10       „       3
do.                             do.                                                 17       „       3
do.                           do.                                               6      ,,      3
do.                           do.                                             10      ,,       3
J Fulland	
X> McDonald	
8,021 85
8,782 18
89,241 76 51 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
95
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
cts.
cts.
$   cts.
8,021 85
28 50
39 00
60 00
85 00
72 00
72 00
54 00
30 00
36 00
27 00
27 00
18 00
18 00
4 50
15 00
24 00
27 00
39 00
10 00
4 00
15 00
43 00
3 00
6 60
64 55
7 35
1,169 00
25 00
3 00
12 00
10 00
7 00
3 00
65 00
50
8,782 18
28 50
39 00
60 00
85 00
72 00
72 00
54 00
30 00
36 00
27 00
27 00
18 00
18 00
4 50
15 00
24 00
27 00
39 00
10 00
4 00
15 00
43 00
3 00
5 50
114 05
7 35
1,169 00
25 00
3 00
12 00
10 00
7 00
3 00
65 00
50
4 25
8 75
6 25
75 00
148 75
121 50
5 00
2 00
17 50
454 86
433 65
5 00
77 50
29 50
91 76
41 25
35 00
20 00
1,000 00
18 00
3 00
3 50
1 00
14 25
57 50
8 00
150 00
791 88
657 00
29 40
2 60
2 50
1,489 00
7 25
65 00
1 20
4 76
64 12
6 00
7 50
66 00
12 00
4 50
80 00
80 00
89,241 76
R Cessford	
R Kerr	
XII.-PUBLIC WOKKS.- Continued.
Eoads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 145.— Yale District.—Continued.
Labour on Granite Creek-Nicola Trail,                               9J days @ 83
do.                            do.                                                 13       „       3
do.                             do.                                                 20       „       3
do.                             do.                      13 days @ $4,    11       „       3
do.                             do.                                                24       ,,       3
do.                             do.                                                 24       „       3
do.                             do.                     (foreman)          13J     ,,       4
do.                             do.                                                 10       „       3
do.                             do.                                                 12       „       3
do.                             do.                                                  9       „       3
do.                             do.                                                  9       ,,       3
do.                             do.                                                  6       „       3
do.                             do.                                                  6       ,,       3
do.                             do.                                                  1J     ,,       3
do.                             do.                                                  5       ,,       3
do.                             do.                     (foreman)            6       ,,       4
do.                             do.                                                  9       „       3
do.                             do.                                                 13       „       3
MKing	
A Elliott	
P Dubois	
Indian Billy	
Allow'ce towards maintenance of ferry over Tulameen during" high water
W H Holmes	
Thompson & Ferguson..
McBeth & McDowell	
M Troll
Construction of bridges 1, 2, and 3, on Granite Creek Trail, per contract
G R Loway	
H F Hard^	
Keeping piers, Tulameen Bridge, clear of driftwood, 2 nights @ 83.50..
B Biggers	
G McComb	
Itepairing                        do.        after damage by high water	
A Derby	
W S Wilkes	
Labour on                          do.                                             30 days @ 82.50
do.                                do.                                             59J     „       2.50
do.                                   do.    team* wagg. 8d. @43, 39       ,,        2.50
do.       with team        do.                        hauling logs, per contract..
E McEmery	
Indian Alexander	
A Coutlie, Sr
do.     Nicola-Cook's ferry Road,                                    7 days @ 82.50
Gravel on Nicola-Kamloops R., %5 contract, 735 tons, 59c. 8£     ,,       2.50
do.                              do.                      725   „   59c	
R Smith	
do.                  Nicola-Kamloops Road,                         31 days (a) 82.50
Hauling       do.                         do.           867.50 ; blacksmith work, §24.26.
Ditch. & putting in culverts, do.                                       16J days @ f 2.50
do.                        do.                                           14         „        2.50
Ditching and putting in culverts, Kamloops Road,          8 days @ 82.50
Construction of Lake Shore Waggon Road, per contract	
Labour on Hope-Nicola Trail,                                              8       ,,       2.25
E A Haley	
E M Furstenau ..   	
Board, lodging and horse keep for W. Dewdney, inspecting roads......
do.                             do.                     do.                         do.        	
T Hornby	
Labour on Grand Prairie Road, 52 days @ 82.50 ; team hire, 820	
F M Bard	
Postmaster at Hope	
T Wood	
Schubert's Express	
J Fulland	
J F Allison	
Labour on Kamloops-Nicola Road,                                    26 days @ 82.50
Labour on Hope-Nicola trails,                                       284; days @ 82.25
do.       Hope-Popcum Road, with team,                     l-£       ,,       4
do.                     do.                                                        3         ,,       2.50
do.                    do.               corduroy timber, 812; 24        ,,      2.25
do.                     do.                with horse and cart,     6         ,,       2
Herling & Alvarez	
WL Flood	
E Sheppard   	
Labour constructing Minnie Lake Road,                        32         ,,       2.50
do.                                   do.                                               32          „        2.50
10,134 75
17,147 94
89,241 76 96
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
cts.
8   cts.
8   eta.
10,184 75
17,147 94
41 25
60 00
65 00
6 00
70 00
70 00
20 00
10 00
3 00
31 25
10 00
9 50
61 26
162 50
4 00
3 25
9 00
760 00
13 00
12 50
6 25
30 00
5 00
67 50
5 50
51 44
60 00
70 00
24 76
3 37
5 62
10 00
5 60
29 75
80 75
215 00
186 00
270 48
270 00
7 10
2 75
2 50
60 00
57 50
32 50
5 00
5 00
350 00
100 00
50 00
13 75
200 00
13 76
65 00
2 50
85 00
25 00
5 00
5 00
125 00
200 00
73 50
415 00
100 00
5 00
52 50
142 50
80
3 50
16 25
13 75
13 75
5 00
2 25
47 50
25 00
75 00
75 00
8 00
89,241 70
XII—PUBLIC WOKKS-Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued
Vote No. 145.— Yale District,~Continued.
Labour constructing Minnie Lake Road,                         16^ days @ $2.50
do.                                do.                                           24         „       2.50
do.                                   do.                                               26          „        2.50
do.                                do.                                             2         „       2.50
do.                                   do.                                               28          „        2.50
do.                                do.           team and waggon, 28         ,,       2.50
Cutting ditch on Coldstream Road,                                   8         ,,       2.50
W Edge 	
Do	
D Woods	
J Miller   	
W R McDonald	
L Campbell	
Labour with team, Thompson River Road, 3 days	
Labour on Kamloops-Okanagan Road,                            24£ days @ S2.5<.
Labour on South Thompson Trail,                                   65         „       2.50
A McDonald  	
J Dowel!	
J H Hart	
H Blackford	
Indian Blackhawk	
Marks, Routledge & Co..
G E Pendleton	
G Newlove	
A G Pemberton	
Labour on Lillooet trail,                                                       4 days @ S2.25
Hauling logs and putting in culverts near Cherry Creek	
Repairing road between Kamloops and Tranquille,          5 days @ §2.50
Hire of team on South Thompson Road,                             2-£     ,,       2.50
Hauling bridge'timber, Kamloops-Nicola Road	
do.                                          do.                                27 days @ S2.50
Labour on Mission Road and Penticton Trail	
do.      Priest's Valley Road, $2.50 ; bay, §67.50	
do.      Hope-Similkameen Trail,                                  11 days @ $2.25
do.      Popcum Waggon Road,                                      l-£     ,,       2.25
do.                      do.                                                          2}     „       2.25
L Girouard	
Lumby & Bennett	
G Keefer	
Pack-saddles and provisions, $17.75 ; moving camp, S12	
Labour repairing sundry roads,                                         86 days @ 82.50
Do.
Services as foreman on Nicola Lake Shore Road,           4£ months @ $60
Blair & Co	
W Wilkie...   	
Repairing road between Quilchena and Lower Nicola,    24 days @ S?2.50
Repairing sundry roads, Nicola,                                        23       „       2.5C
Labour with team on sundry roads, Nicola,                         6i      ,,        5
do.     on road near Chartres',                                            2       „       2.50
do.     with team,                                                                      2        ,,
Constructing bridge over Bissett Creek, per contract	
Cutting trail from Moorshee Mountain to Kettle River	
Altering road through Indian Reserve, North Thompson, per agreem't
Labour on Coldstream Road,                                              5£ days @ S2.50
G A Clapperton	
J M Hollingsworth 	
D G McPherson 	
W Mitchell	
D Aagus	
Labour on Kamloops-Okanagan Road,                              26 days @ $2.50
Constructing bridge, Grand Prairie, per contract	
Labour,                             Hope-Similkameen Trails,        10 days @ S2.50
Removing fallen timber,                     do.                             2       ,,       2.50
do.               do.                               do.                            2       ,,       2.50
Surveying line for Road at Moore's Hill,  10 days @ $10 = 8100 ; fares,
Johnson & Goldborough.
R H Lee	
Do       	
Do       	
Surveying line at Newman's Hill,              12 d. @ $10; labour,        $80
do.       from Chapperon Creek,          4   „     10; fares, etc.,    35.50
do.       fromEnderbytoSicamoose, 19   ,,     10; labour,etc.,225
Removing fallen timber from Belvidere to Mara Lake	
Do       	
J H Montgomery	
J Null
do.     on Nicola Road,                                                      21 days @ 82.50
do.     on sundry roads,                   horse hire, 810;       53       ,,       2.5C
H Hunter	
Labour on bridge,                          do.                                6J days @ 82.50
do.                                   do.                              5*      „      2.50
do.                                      do.                                5J       ,,       2.50
Removing snow from road near Anderson Creek,           2         ,,       2.50
Ferrying Government Agent across Thompson River	
Repairing bridges and culverts, Kamloops Dist. Roads,  19   days @ 2.50
do.     on North Thompson Road,                                   30   days @ 2.50
do.                  do.                    do.                                     30        „       2.50
W McLeod 	
J Lobh   	
B W Fewings	
0 Schei 	
<
W L Flood
10,134 76
22,442 01
1  89,241 76 51 Vic.          Pu
blic Accounts, 1st July, 1880, to 30th June, 1837.
97
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
8   cts.
8   cts.
8   eta.
J A Bowes..    	
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS.-ConW.riww/.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 145—Yale District.—Continued.
10,134 75
22,442 01
10 26
6 76
8 00
70 00
37 50
32 00
56 00
22 00
2 00
36 00
38 00
101 00
90 00
1 00
2 50
2 00
1 00
10 00
19 50
19 75
7 50
56 76
132 50
160 00
17 60
45 00
42 60
1 50
45 50
45 00
9 00
24 00
7 60
75 00
15 00
9 00
19 50
28 57
11 00
50
18 00
2 00
2 50
25 00
21 25
2 00
10 00
41 62
30 00
6 00
20 00
7 87
26 60
11 60
60 00
100 00
6 00
7 00
1 50
10 00
180 00
70 00
60 00;
95 00 |
2 00
97 60
10 00
20 00
8 60
7 80
9 00
20 00
102 50
79 00
83 00
80 00
29 00
38 00
9 88
si on
89,241 76
Smith Bros	
Foreman repairing Nicola-Cook's Ferry Road,                28 days @ 82.50
Hire of team,                 do.                    do.                    12£     ,,      3
Labour,                            do.                     do.                      16       ,,       2
do.                                 do.                     do.                     28       „       2
do.     on Douglas Lake Road,                                         11       ,,       2
Do      	
W Lindlev	
R J Scott 	
R Smith	
do.     on Nicola-Cook's Ferry Road,                             18      ,,      2
do.     on Quilchena and Douglas Lake Roads,              19       ,,       2
do.              do.                     do.          team, 17 d. @ S3; 20       ,,       2.50
Hay for Government horse, Priest's Valley,                     3 tons @ 830
Meals, bed, and keep of horse for Government Agent at Mission   	
do.                         do.                             do.                      do	
do.                         do.                 Coldstream to Blue Springs,    4 days
Labour with team, Nicola-Kamloops Road,                                      3^ ,,
Repairing culverts, Tranquille Road,      ferry, etc., 82.25;   7 d. @ 82.50
do.       washouts, Kamloops-Nicola Road,                         3     ,,     2.50
do.                                           do.                      team, 843;   5J   ,,     2.50
do.                                           do.                                         58     ,,     2.50
do.                                               do.                                            64     „     2.50
do.       North Thompson West Road,                                 7     ,,     2.50
do.                   do.                       do.                                           18     ,,     2.60
do.                  do.               East Road,                                17     ,,     2.50
Labour, Nicola-Granite Creek Trail,                     file, 50c.; 15     ,,     3
do.                  do.                  do.                                            15     ,,     3
Removing fallen timber,        do.                                              3     ,,     3
do.                do.                  do.                                              8    ,,     3
L Girouard	
P Thibedean	
M Postill	
Eli Lequime	
B W Fewings   	
W Nichols ...    .
W R McDonald	
C Sture 	
-
J Fulland	
0 Schei   	
J Lobb   	
W H Jones	
G McComb	
D Findlay	
G McComb	
M Strong   	
D Findlay	
Do	
G McComb	
Labour on approaches,           do.                                               5 d. @ 83
Repairing piers,                      do.                                               3     ,,     3
Clearing driftwood from       do.                                           6^   ,,    3
D McKay  	
Labour on trail at Allison's,                         pack-horse, 85;   2     ,,     3
G Blair 	
D Findlay	
Removing fallen timber, Granite Creek Trail,                       6    ,,     3
T W Milligan 	
Building large culvert, Mission Creek Road	
Labour on Spallumcheen Bridge,                                           8£ d. @ 82.50
Meals and keep of horse for Government Agent inspecting roads	
ECCargill& Co	
T Ellis	
H Schultz	
P Bissett	
Tronson & Brewer	
Labour with team,                                              shovels S4; 1J as. @ 85
Do        	
do.                  Granite Creek Mission Trail, 2 men 20 ds. @ 82.50
Schubert's Express	
FCrotty	
J Lobb   	
Labour on road from Duck's to Shuswap,                            52 ds. @ 82.50
do.       Grand Prairie Road,                                            28   ,,       2.50
do.                         do.                                                              24    „        2.50
do.       Kamloops-Savona Road,                                     38   ,,       2.50
0 Schie	
J Knouff	
Labour on Kamloops-Savona Road,                                      39   ,,       2.50
J S Holloway   	
D F McDonald	
R Smith	
do.            	
Labour raising Nicola River bridge,                                      3 ds. @ 83
Labour on Q.uilchena Road,          23 days @ 82.50; team 18   ds. @ 2.50
do.       sundry roads,                                                       39^ ,,       2
do.       Nicola-Kamloops Road,                                      4l£ ,,       2
do.                     do.                   21J days @ 82.60; team 10J „       2.50
R O'Rourke ..   	
WLindley	
Labour on               do.       ■                                               19   ,,       2
Clearing drift-wood from Princeton Bridge                         7   ,,      3
10.184 751   25.1 S7 99
89.S41 76 98
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
S   cts.
$   cts.
$  eta
10,134 75
6 00
6 00
6 00
10 00
10 75
23 30
6 50
2 50
3 00
10,206 80
25,137 99
28 00
28 80
5 27
4 00
15 55
2 25
18 00
40 60
56 49
56 25
78 75
9 00
2 10
7 60
25 62
46 75
24 00
24 00
21 25
2 00
33 00
89,241 76
26,661 18
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS—Continued.
Eoads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 145.—Yale District.—Concluded.
Clearing drift-wood from Princeton Bridge,           axes $2; 7 days @ S3
Labour on Hope-Similkameen Trail,                                   8 days @ §2.25
do.                      do.                                                    18       „       2.25
do.                       do.                                                        21        „        2.69
do.                       do.                                                        22£      „        2.50
do.                     do.                                                    35       ,,       2.25
do.                     do.                                                      4       „       2.25
J F Allison   	
Labour on Coquehalla bridge,                                              2i     ,,       3
do.                                                                      10J      „        2.50
W L Flood	
Labour on        do.                                                                      12        ,,        2
do.                                                                      12        „        2
do.                                                                        8£      ,,        2.50
Do   Felix	
Clearing driftwood from Princeton bridge, 9 days @ $3=427; team, 86.
Vote No. 146.—Lillooet District.
4,496 11
5 00
17 00
15 00
57 48
10 75
32 30
27 93
93 76
1 00
19 08
34 55
9 00
6 60
18 00
13 62
17 86
8 00
5 00
6 74
5 00
19 97
8 00
33 44
1 50
7 50
10 00
30 00
162 00
18 00
9 00
24 00
27 00
4 00
24 00
25 00
9 93
2 00
15 48
7 50
19 00
1 00
30 00
24 80
17 60
4 76
4 00
16 50
32 00
16 50
14 00
15 00
2,000 00
6 00
2 50
12 00
TCole	
Labour with team on Lillooet-Clinton Road, 87 ; hay and grain, 810 ...
W H Keatley	
A W Smith	
J Chenhall	
Hire of horse for Supt. Chenhall, 5 months 25 days @ 810 per month ..
E Bell & Co	
McClellan & Co	
D Hurley	
Removing rocks from road, Pavilion Mountain, S3 ; hay, $16.08	
RHoy	
Labour,                                                                                                3 days @S3
Labour on road to ferry,                                                            6 days @ $3
FCClark	
J Ehalt	
T Hoey	
E Chenhall	
F W Foster	
P Collins	
Hay	
J S Pleace	
D Hurley	
L Duping	
Labour repairing Bridge Creek Trail                                      10 days @ 83
do.     removing fallen timber, 41 ds. @ 83; horse hire, m'ng c'mp, 839
do.     with team, moving camp, etc.,                                    3 days @ 86
do.     repairing Alkali Lake Road,                                        3     ,,         3
do.           do.      Marble Canyon Road,                                  8     ,,         3
do.     road between Dog and Bridge Creeks                         9     ,,         3
W Riley	
W C Riley	
Labour with team, hauling timbers for Seaton Lake Bridge, 4     ,,         6
F Chian	
H 0 Bowe	
Hay	
F W Foster	
JHaller	
Labour, clearing out slides, Marble Canyon Road,               10 days @ 83
H Hinck	
Hay and grain, $14.60; labo r with team on Lillooet-Clinton Road, S3,
do.            	
W Bowe	
P Ercole	
Labour,                                                                                       5£ days @ S3
do.     with team, 5 days @ 86 ; hay and grain, $2	
do.                                                                                            5J days @ S3
Moving camp,                                                                            6     ,,
Labour, repairing road from Lillooet to Seaton Lake,         5     ,,           3
W Bonn	
H Phair	
Foster Gold M & M Co ..
D Ercole	
T Croylei	
Removing ice from road Canoe Creek Hill,                             2 days @ S3
J R Williams	
Labour on road, between Lillooet and the mills,                    4       ,,       3
7,553 64
114,002 94 51 Vic.           Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
99
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$    cts.
t    cts.
10,206 80
1,027 00
49 66
75 00
42 00
11.400 46
7,563 64
4 50
6 00
30 00
25 50
15 00
6 00
80 00
82 50
62 60
17 60
6 00
20 00
12 00
25 50
24 00
9 00
3 00
9 00
9 00
36 00
26 86
1 00
1 00
1 00
3 00
114,902 94
XII.-PUBLIC WOKKS.-Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 140—Lillooet District.—Concluded.
Labour, Lillooet-Clinton Road,                                           1J days @ 83
do.                      do.                                                             2       ,,       3
do.                     do.                                                           10       „       3
do.                      do.                                                             8i     ,,       3
do.                     do.                                                            6       ,,       2.50
do.    Chadwick's Road,                                                     2       ,,       3
do.    sundry roads,                                                         32       ,,       2.50
do.                     do. 30 days @ $2.50 —$76; hose, $7.50                  .    ..
T J Cole	
W Lee	
do.                       do.                                                                25       ,,        2.50
do.                     do.                                                             7       ,,       2.50
do.   Marble Canyon Road,                                               2       ,,       3
do.                     do.                                                             8       ,,       2.50
do.    Big Bar Road,                                                            4       ,,       3
do.    Lillooet-Lytton Trail,                                               8J     ,,       3
do.                     do.                                                             8       ,,       3
do.    Seaton Lake-Lillooet Road,                                     3       ,,       3
A H J Martley	
T C Clark	
T C Harris 	
J DeShields	
W H Vader   	
T Wathen	
T Conroy   ..
N Hanlin	
do.                  Hallers Road,                                3       ,,       3
do.        snow drifts on Alkali Lake Road,                       3       ,,       S
Divering water courses, Pavilion Mountain,                    12       ,,       3
N Gillon	
E Bell	
J Haller	
• do.                           	
W H Keatley	
do.                           	
do.                           	
Vote No. 147.— Cariboo District.
8,089 50
6,499 12
104 50
2 00
3 00
5 60
5 00
2 50
5 00
12 00
4 00
8 00
3 00
2 50
24 00
75 00
14 00
17 50
21 00
21 00
8 00
6 00
73 60
76 00
5 60
18 25
69 00
9 60
108 00
115 60
15 25
117 60
126 00
14 00
6 00
81 60
28 75
9 00
27 12
24 50
150 00
10 00
35 00
37 00
21 00
6 00
42 00
3 00
7 00
10 00
42 00
12 00
Board, lodging and horse hire for Supt. St. Laurent, $44.75 ; axes,
Ferriage and horse hire for Supt. St. Laurent, Chimney Creek   	
Meals, bed, and horse keep,              do.                         do.           	
do.                                   do.                         do.           	
Pinchbeck & Lyne	
Veith &, Borland	
do.                                   do.             150-Mile House	
Fletcher & McNaughten.
S Downs & Co	
Labour, repairing rd. between Barkerville andCameronton,    8 ds. @$3
do.     clearing land slide between Quesnelle and Keithley Ck, per con.
do.      repairing Grouse Creek Trail,                                4 days @ $3.50
do.     Peter's          do.                                       5     ,,         3.50
do.     Chimney      do.                                       7     ,,         3
do.           do.                                                       7     ,,         3
Hire of pack horse, and ferrying over Chimney Creek	
Hire of horse, hauling timber, Chilcotin Road,                 4 days @ $1.50
Labour repairing Brown Pass Trail,                                     21     ,,         3.50
do.             road between Soda Creek and Hawk's Ranch	
JFHawks	
Indian Swopehine	
W W Dodd	
J Triplett	
Labour repairing Williams Lake Road,                                 36 days @ $3
do.                  do.                           36 ds. @ $3; horse hire, $7.60
J Ford	
T Meldrum	
D Allan	
C P O'Neill	
Repairing Soda Creek & Beaver Lake trail, per contract, S115; axe, $2.50
Labour repairing Beaver Pass Trail,                                  36 days @ $3.50
do.       slide on Chilcotin Road,                                           2 days @ $3
Tools, steel, moving camp, etc., $73.10; meals, bed and horse feed, $8.50
Veith, Borland <fc Co	
P C Dunlevy	
H Goldstedt	
Cutting out trail from Barkerville towards Fraser R., per agreement ..
Labour on trail between 150-Mile House and Snowshoe C., 2$ d. @ $4..
Removing fallen timber, etc., Barkerville-Bear L. Trail, per agreement
Labour repairing Chilcotin Roads, 3 days @ $3; moving camp, etc., $28
do.                              do.                                                  7 days @ 83
J K Bell	
Removing fallen timber, Hixon Creek Trail,                  14      ,,      3
A D McDonald	
Removing fallen timber, Slough Creek Road	
do.             do.          Antler Creek Trail,                    2£     ,,      4
Labour on sundry roads,                                                     12       ,,       3.60
do.     bulkhead, Barkerville,                                     4       ,,      3
W G McCormiek	
F McKenny	
122,872 44 100
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
I   cts.
F Littler	
J Shaw	
A Johnston	
E Deslorier	
R Graham	
J Todd	
A Sharp	
J Mason	
S J Sincock	
W Tiller	
W Anderson	
Do	
C Lavone 	
W Polleys	
W Brown	
A Fletcher	
J Moore	
H A Crawford
Island Mountain Co
J Isaacs & Co   	
Houser & Ellis	
R Blair	
E Deslorier 	
J Mason	
C B Eagle	
Indian Sam	
J A Rogers	
C P O'Neil	
J Shaw 	
J Mason	
J O'Donnell	
Pay Lists	
W Kerr	
J R Brandon	
A Morrell	
J Moore	
M Fraser	
T Manion	
J G Pentelow.
F Wagner	
C Hampton	
F Barrett	
C Rossiter	
D Gilchrist	
C Hoffman	
H McRae & Co	
C Kerr & Co	
A McGillivray   ....
R E Lemon	
Hull & Trounce	
J J Bell	
J R Cameron	
S Crowl	
J Dun	
C P Miller & Co....
Indian Sam	
C Levett	
H Anderson	
J McArthur	
J Kirkup	
J J Mason	
L Conture	
D S McLellan	
N Hanson	
Teitzel &Norris	
J Dun	
G M Sproat	
F McKay	
L Conture	
Jas & Jno Bell	
C P Railway Co	
D Griffiths	
Indian Baptiste	
W J Irving	
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS— Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 147.—Cariboo District.— Concluded.
Removing fallen timber, Harvey & Swift River Trails,    2 days @ 83.50
do. Sugar Creek Trail, 2       ,,       4
do. between Stanley & Slough C,   3       ,,       3.50
Labour, team & man hauling timber for bulkhead, Barkerville & Slough
Creek Bridge, 18 days @ $10
Labour repairing Mud Lake Road, 25       ,,       3.50
do. do. 25       ,,       rc
Removing fallen timber, sundry trails, 9       ,,       3.50
Spikes and axe-handles	
Removing fallen timber, Slough Creek Trail,                   2£       ,,       3.50
do. do. 	
Construction of bridge over Snowshoe Creek Trail, per contract ....
Labour on do. 	
Removing fallen timber, Hixon Creek Trail, 5 days @ 8!
do. do.       Keithley Creek Trail, 7       ,,       4
Labour on bridge, Bowron Creek, 2       ,,       i
do.       trail, Stanley, 2       ,,       J
do.       150 mile, Keithley Creek Trail, 26i     „       4
do.       Hawk's Road, 6       ,,       l
In aid of construction of sleigh road to mine	
Exploring route for Goat River Trail, per agreement	
Labour on bulkhead, Barkerville, 6 days @ $3.50=821; timber 8308.38
Building bridge across Antler Creek	
Labour on Slough Creek Trail 3 ds. 810.50; team 10 ds. $60; lumber 310
Tools, nails, rope, etc    	
Wintering horse, 810; shoeing S3	
Cutting trail from Soda Creek to Beaver Lake around reserve	
Tools 	
Shoeing horse 84; hay $1.50	
Constructing bridge across Willow River	
Provisions for Goat River trail party 8201; freight 872
Moving camp, do. 	
Vote No. 148.—Kootenay District.
Foremen and labourers on district roads	
Labour on Big Bend Trail, 22 days @ $2.50; less board, 815.84
do. do. 50| „ 2.50
do. do. axe handle 83; 48| „ 2.50
do. do. 11 ,, 3
do. do. 43| ,, 2.50
do. do. 23J ,, 2.50
do. do. 3 „ 2.50 .
do. do. 62 „ 2.50
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
10
35.28
18.90
45
do.
4 days (_
10£ „ 3
2 „ 3
2        „        3
Removing fallen timber, Big Bend Trail.
Labour repairing do.
do. do.
do. do.
Moving camp for do. party
Freight on provisions, moving camp sundry times, and horse hire, for
Big Bend Road party	
Provisions, etc., for Big Bend Trail party
do. do.
do. do.
Meat, do.
Axes, do.
Moving camp for do.
Services as packer, with two horses, for do.
Meals for J. Brown, assisting packers, do.
Reflector and kettle for do.
Hire of horse for Con. Anderson directing work on the Wild Horse and
Wolf Creek Trails	
Removing fallen timber, 5 days @ $2.50	
Hire of horse for agent inspecting sundry roads	
Freight on supplies for Big Bend Trail party    .
Expenses incurred inspecting Eagle Pass Road and Big Bend Trail	
Provisions for Big Bend Trail party	
Labour on McCulloch Creek Trail, 11 days @ S3
Services inspecting Big Bend Trail, expenses, $14 ; 3       ,,       5
Horse hire inspect, bridges, Big Bend T.,        do.       4 ; 9       ,,       3
do. do. 884 ; freight on supplies, $10.85    .	
Freight on supplies and moving camp for Big Bend road party	
Hire of horse on trip to Carne's Creek	
Freight on supplies for road party	
Removing fallen timber, McCulloch Creek Trail, 4 days @ 84	
In settlement of contract for const, of bridges on Carne's & Downie C.
Shoeing horses for road party	
Sundry tools	
Removing fallen timber, Goat River Trail	
Repairing trail from Golden City to Steamboat Landing, 12 d. @ 82.50.
Carried forward      11,400 46
8,141 59  122,972 44
7 00
8 0C
10 50
180 00
87 5C
76 0C
31 6C
4 15
8 75
4 0C
850 0C
20 0C
15 0C
28 0C
8 0C
7 00
106 0C
18 0C
30 0C
150 0C
829 38
10 0C
80 60
53 If
IS OC
75 0C
23 0C
5 5C
50 0C
273 0C
10 00
3,885 66
39 1C
90 87
88 25
23 0C
74 06
39 1C
7 6C
110 OC
16 OC
31 5C
6 0C
.      6 0C
10 00
273 93
358 77
32 19
22 35
12 74
12 00
10 00
95 00
5 00
8 00
1 00
12 50
20 00
.12 00
19 50
89 00
33 00
29 00
81 00
94 85
156 00
25 50
61 00
16 00
850 00
6 00
10 75
5 00
30 00
10,212 56
6,709 21 133,184 99 51 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July,   1886, to 30th June, 1887.
101
TO whom paid.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts
W Archer	
Do	
G Murdoch	
J Langill	
J Brady	
J Kirkup  	
D Griffith 	
R Lang & Son	
W J Irving	
A Cameron   	
Str Duchess	
C C McKay   	
J C Hayes	
J Walsh	
C Clark 	
Indian Peter	
JM Kellie	
J F Hume	
J McLeod	
R A MeVitty	
G M Sproat	
G Clarke	
M Grady	
S Holden   	
T A Sproat   	
A Mclntyre 	
J Nelson 	
J H Scoley	
M Dervah 	
J McDonald   	
Indian Jack	
Do   Tom	
T Parks 	
R Sylvester	
R Wilson  	
W Ronald	
T Buckley	
CB Smith	
R Sylvester	
D DeLisle	
W McPherson 	
A Cameron   	
R Highlan     ...
Wright & Callbreath ....
Callbreath, Grant & Cook
D McKenzie	
R Campbell	
T Buckley	
Pay Lists	
C P Railway	
H B Dart	
P Gannon 	
JT Marciel	
T Clapperton	
A Lamie 	
Indian Charley	
Do.    Tom	
A Munro	
Postmaster, Tale ...
Hudson Bay Co	
E Derdinger	
J W Sexsmith	
Powers Bros	
W H Ward	
Indian Charley	
Do   Johnny	
L Edwards	
W H Ward	
Douglas & Deighton
Indian Joe	
Do   Atia	
L Howson	
H Blackford	
Brought forward	
XII—PUBLIC -WORKS.-Continued.
' Eoads, .Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 148.—Kootenay District.—Concluded.
Constructing road, Golden City to Steamboat Landing, per agreement
On account of construction of bridge over Kicking Horse R., ^ contract
Cutting trail from Eagle Pass Landing to Griffin Lake	
On account of contract for construction Sheep Creek Bridge	
Grading road to Finlay Creek, per agreement	
Hire of horse while inspecting Eagle Pass trail 	
Repairing tools	
Tools, etc	
Repairing trail from Steamboat Landing to Golden, 18 ds. @ $2.50
Salary as Supt., Columbia Lakes Wag. Rd., 8th May to 30th J une @ $125
Freight on tools and supplies, do	
Ferrying road party across Upper Columbia Lake	
Tools for Columbia Lakes Road party	
Messenger with letter, re opening of McLeod Trail.   	
Tools do. 	
Watching Golden City Bridge during high water	
Removing fallen timber from Donald-Golden Trail   	
Provisions, tools, etc., for Downie Creek Bridge Party	
11,400 46
Grain, etc.,
Tools
Tools
Axeman
do.
do.
Hire of boat
Hauling supplies, Big Bend Trail .
Labour, do.
Foreman, con. of bridges do.
Axeman,       do. do.
do.     do.     do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
30J days @ $2.50
18 „ 2.50
22    ,,   2.60
30
72
91
49
2.50
4
2.60
2.50
Vote No. 149.—Cassiar District.
Removing fallen timber from trail, Sylvester's to Centreville.
do. do. do. do.
do. do. do. do.
do. do. do. do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Mosquito Creek
Quartz Creek,
do.
do.
Laketon-ThibertCk.,
3 days @ $6
3 days @ $6
Labour on sundry trails,
do.       trails and bridges, 1st July to 22nd Sept., @ $130 ¥ m.; tools$4
Freight on bolts for Tooyea Bridge	
Compensation for boat lost by road party in 1877
Tools  	
Labour on Telegraph Creek Trail, 11 days @ $5
do. do. 12
Keeping bridges on McDame Creek clear of snow during winter
Vote No. 150.—Main Trunk Road.
Section 1.
Superintendent Black, 14 months @ $150=$2,100 ; labourers, $4,606.47
Freight on iron from Savona to Spence's Bridge   	
Hay, oats, pasturage, tools, etc	
Oats	
Hay	
Oats	
Hay	
Conveying telegram to Supt. Black, and guarding bridge from fire .
Packing rope and blocks	
Shoeing horse	
Stamps for Supt. Black 	
Spikes, axle-grease, hammer, etc	
Repairing tools, waggon, etc	
Oats, and freight on same	
Axes, hay, grain, etc	
Hay and feed	
Labour 	
do	
Grain
Freight on hay and grain	
Harness	
Assisting to haul hay at Spuzzum.
Packing	
Hay	
Hire of team	
Carried forward.
; 87
1,845 96
75
22 71
79 25
11 04
9 61
6 00
1 00
1 00
2 00
1 bO
4 00
9 60
8 75
6,709 21 133,184 99
150 00
100 00
150 00
150 00
75 00
14 50
1
96 37
45 00
221 78
15 26
10 00
91 40
45 00
3 50
6 00
12 50
154 00
23 29
9 75
6 60
75 62
46 00
55 00
25 00
8 25
75 00
288 00
227 60
122 50
6,606 47
76
158 26
125 75
27 24
9 61
11 01
4 75
1 00
2 00
5 00
34 65
47 35
100 90
79 65
11 00
1 75
1 76
3 22
4 89
7 40
1 75
1 00
1 60
5 00
13,442 40'  7,253 65 142,974 8S
9,011 17 102
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
*   cts.
A Revesbeck	
Indian Collin	
R C P Mills	
CPR	
T Teague, (Estate)
Pay Lists	
J Lehman   	
J WBurr	
P Audap 	
A Stevenson 	
A Clemens	
Barnes & Evans.    	
CP R	
B Cumminsky	
B C Express Co	
Evans & Bligh	
FW Foster	
RCPMillsCo	
J Mclntyre	
J Campbell	
A B Ferguson	
O Harvey	
Dom. Gov't Telegraph;
Ferguson & Newlands
J Jane 	
J B Barrick	
DW Gillies	
Barnes & Brink	
PMcQuade& Son	
L D Loring	
J McKay	
A Johnson	
H Blackford	
WMachell	
A Lamie 	
C P N Co   	
L Currean	
A Buie	
Bligh & Stuart	
J Murray	
J S Bell	
G F Kyle   	
E B Marvin	
Albion Iron Works...
Pay Lists	
J Robertson	
W Walker	
H Major	
J Chenhall	
Indian Dick	
R MeLeese	
Veith & Borland	
J Hetherington	
J McKinlay	
F M Hamilton	
W Boyd 	
J Robertson	
L P Koster	
E Dougherty	
WRoxburg	
JEN Smith	
C B Eagle	
J Lehman	
J Mundorf	
E Bell & Co	
McClellan & Co	
G Johnson	
P CDunlevy	
M McCarthy	
W Morrison	
A Lebordais	
G B Eagle	
D Murphy	
Felker Bros —
Brought forward	
PUBLIC WORKS—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 150.—Main Trunk Road.—Continued.
Section 1.—Concluded.
Hay and grain, powder, etc.
Taking care of team,
Lumber	
Freight on lumber	
Oats	
5 days @ 81.25
Section 2.
Supt. Stevenson, 14 months @ $150 = $2,100; labourers, $3,645.44.
Repairing tools and shoeing horse	
Harness, etc	
Horse feed  	
Hire of horse for Supt. Stevenson	
Hay and grain	
Horse feed	
Sundry fares and freight	
Shoeing horses and repairing tools	
Hay and grain	
Horse feed and hay	
Grain, axle-grease, etc	
Lumber	
Spikes, lumber, tools and grain	
Horse feed, hay and grain   	
do. do. 	
Padlock and shovel	
Telegrams to and from Supt. Stevenson	
Paint, oil, and horse feed	
Grain, oil, augur, and spikes	
Hay and grain	
Painting sign-boards for Nicola Bridge	
Hay.
Paint oil and tar for Ashcroft and Nicola Bridges.
Hay and oats	
Pasturing team	
Horse-shoes and repairing tools	
Repairing tools, etc., and shoeing horses	
Slabs for stable corral	
Hay.
Passage of Superintendent, Moody to Victoria and return, twice .
Stamps, etc., do. 	
Wintering team	
Logs for breakwater, Ashcroft Bridge, $30; stabling horses, $40 ,.
Tools and spikes	
Horse medicine	
Lumber, $77.93; windlass, $20	
3 tents 	
Bolts and pile points for Ashcroft Bridge	
Sections 3 and 4.
: $910; labourers, $4,084.
Supt. Robertson, 7 months @ $130
Labour,   5 days @ $3	
do.        3£     „       3	
Labour, 12 days @ $3 ; horse hire, 5 days
do.      on Pavilion Mountain,       2       ,,
do.      moving camp	
Keep of horse for Supt. Robertson, $4; hay, axe, rope, and tools, $40.76
do.                     do.                    5; rope, hay, and grain, $68.46
Grain	
i $1.50
3
Hay	
Keep of horse for Supt. Robertson	
Grain sacks and horse keep	
Hire of horse for Supt. Robertson	
Hay and grain	
do. $7.35; repairing bridge, $16.50.
Hay	
Keep of horse	
Grain 	
Grain, spikes, and repairing tools	
Hauling plank	
Grain and tools	
Camp utensils and repairs to tools	
Repairing tools and shoeing horses	
do. do. 	
Hay  	
Harness oil	
Culvert timber	
Grain	
Grain	
Hay and grain   	
Carried forivard.
13,442 40
7,253 65
9 00
6 25
234 00
91 00
36 76
968 25
5,745 44
4 90
48 03
5 50
70 87
2 75
4 75
20 00
130 00
48 88
168 32
1 00
1 00
166 50
470 43
15 76
61 00
18 69
76 81
4 00
41 91
15 18
117 47
89 71
223 82
8 00
121 85
1 00
4 87
1 50
2 50
2 25
2 25
3 20
6 97
9 60
22 38
2 40
2 40
10 00
6 00
192 70
32 12
10 00
48 75
37 25
3 00
92 25
12 00
4 00
19 00
70 00
15 68
5 00
97 93
22 50
42 58
2,145 30
4,994 00
15 00
10 50
43 50
6 00
6 50
13 80
44 76
73 46
60 94
6 00
10 00
21 00
14 00
20 00
60 00
12 91
23 85
3 00
4 50
4 00
6 00
26 42
25 42
11 75
11 75
6 00
6 00
10 91
82 06
20 50
68 75
103 00
10 00
7 00
2 50
2 18
37 00
16 62
11 87
17,092 05
21,470 06 51 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
103
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
ets.
$   cts.
$   ets.
D Stumminick....
J F Hawks	
J Wright	
J Halliday	
E Humphries	
T P Reed	
A Switzer	
J Koster	
C M Johnson	
Postmaster, Clinton
J Mundorf	
Veith & Borland ...
W Walker	
T M Hamilton	
C Hamilton	
J Lehman	
Marshall & Smith   .
R McLean	
J Gerke   	
W Boyd	
P C Dunlevy	
A Lucas	
Pay Lists	
Jos St. Laurent. ..
W A Johnston	
Do	
Do	
Do	
J Boyd	
Mason & Daly	
L Cusson	
P Dunlevy	
SDownes& Co	
J Moffitt	
P Bourgault	
Jas Reid	
D Allan	
J Mason	
A Carson	
T Maxwell	
W Wormald	
W Johnston	
P Bourgault	
R Anderson	
Do 	
H Moffatt	
J B Nason	
Do      	
J Craig	
W Sheridan	
G Lelines	
WW Dodd   	
Indian Jimmy ...
B C Express Co    ..
J Boyd  	
Do      	
J Stevenson   	
A Coke  	
T Maxwell	
Hudson Bay Co ...
J Reid	
A Carson   	
WTrelaise	
J B Harris	
S H Bohanon   	
E A Lucas	
E Humphries 	
Pinchbeck & Lyne .
J Peebles	
J B Nason	
G Harris	
Brought forward	
PUBLIC; WORKS.-Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.— Continued.
Vote No. 150.—Main Trunk Road.—Continued.
t Sections^ and 4.—Concluded.
17,092 05    21,470 06  142,974
Labour,
Grain ..
2 days @$2.50
moving horses, $3 .
Hay.
Labour, 10 days @ $3=$3<
Labour, Soda Creek Hill,
do. do.
Hauling logs	
Labour
Removing snowdrifts,?Lac LafHache Valley,
Stamps for Superintendent .".	
Horse keep	
do	
Keep of 3 horses, 8 mos. @ $7 = $168 ; grain, etc.,
Horse keep	
Hire of team and 2 men   	
Hay, bridge irons, etc	
Hay and grain	
Labour, Soda Creek Hill,
do. do.
Building bridge and culvert, per agreement	
Horse hire	
Removing fallen timber 	
7 days @ $3
16
2*
2h days @ $2.50
3'        „        2.50
Sections 5 and 6.
Labourers   	
Salary as Superintendent, 12 mos. @ $150 $ mo
Section 5, on account of contract No. 32, certificate 45, $385 @ 75 %	
do.     6, do. 33,       do.       58, $550 @ 75 % ..
Balance of contracts 32 and 33 for maintenance of sections 5 and 6, five
yearsjjended Sept. 14th, 1886,
Two carts, horse, and road plant
Hay, grain, and use of forge  ...
Horse feed	
Hay.
Horse shoes   	
Hay and grain	
Removing fallen timber .
Grain .
2 days @ $3
Lumber and Spikes	
Hay	
Hay and grain	
Shoeing horse	
Clearing snow from Quesnelle Bridge,
do. do. 2       ,
Horse, $75; halter and rope, $2.75  	
Hire of man & 4-horse team opening road, Quesnelle to Stanley, 9 d, @ $12
do. do. do. do. 9    ,,     12
do. team do. do. 9   ,,      6
Keeping road open bt. Barkerville & Stanley, during winter, per contract
do. do. and Richfield Court House	
Labour with team opening road from Stanley to Cottonwood, 3 d. @ $10
Building bulkhead, Barkerville, $295.68 ; removing fallen timber, $12
Labour on Cottonwood River Bridge, 18 days @ $3.50
Sewing tent    	
Freight on tools	
Packing iron to Cottonwood Bridge	
Freight on pile tips, Victoria to Quesnelle	
Hire of team, hauling piles to Cottonwood Bridge	
Hire of 4-horse team and man, breaking road to Quesnelle, 2$ d. @ $12
Hire of man and 4 horse team breaking road, Quesnelle,   7 days @ $12
Removing fallen timber between Stanley and Cottonwood	
Labour on Cottonwood Bridge, 15 days @ $3.50
Tools, rope, etc.,
Spikes,        do.
Bolts, washers, etc.,
Hay and grain,
Pick
do.
do.
do.
do.
repairing tools.
Hay and wintering 3 horses .
Labour, removing slide,
do.
Horse .
2£ days @ $3
3 „       3
Labour with team breaking road, 3 days
do.       7i days @$4 = 30: timber $9.48	
5 sacks of charcoal and scattering same in Jack of Club's Canyon.
Carried forward ■
6 00
18 12
4 0C
33 0C
21 0C
9 0C
1 5C
48 0C
7 50
1 5C
1 00
1 0C
226 00
1 OC
10 OC
18 25
21 0C
6 25
7 5C
40 0C
2 0C
5 00
1,136 62
1,800 00
288 75
412 60
9,934 90
485 00
27 35
3 0C
3 50
2 00
10 60
3 00
102 39
49 64
1 00
4 00
4 00
6 00
6 00
77 75
108 00
108 00
54 00
350 00
30 00
30 00
307 68
63 00
6 00
3 00
7 00
37 50
67 00
30 00
84 00
3 00
52 60
78 00
40 80
77 20
6 00
4 50
166 95
7 50
9 00
200 00
18 00
39 48
16 00
17,092 05    38,307 69  142,974 8S 104
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
cts.
9   cts.
ett.
17,092 05
367 45
6 00
4 25
300 00
40 00
107 05
38,307 69
1,763 18
6 00
7 76
11 32
23 12
7 60
3 25
8 00
3 00
PUBLIC WOKKS.-Continued,
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Concluded.
Vote No.   150.—Main Trunk Road.—Concluded.
Nicola Section.
C P Railway	
Hay	
Vote No. 151. —lillooet Ferry (subsidy).
40,130 81
760 00
866 94
20 00
39 00
66 00
9 75
10 00
1 00
24 00
166 00
75 00
13 50
13 60
12 68
45 00
20 55
E Humphrey	
Pay Lists	
J Keir	
Do	
Vote No.   152.—Soda Creek Ferry.
Vote No. 152a.--Colonization Roads.
Labour with team on Cowichan Lake Road,                         4   days @ $5
do.                  ox team,           do.                                      9|       ,,       4
J Bell	
Labour with team,                        do.                                         2 days @ $5
G Killand	
S Peck	
Labour on survey of road,     do.                                         9 davs @ $1.50
do.                     do.           do.                                         9       „       1.50
F L Webster	
G F Drabble	
Do
Surveying route for road,     do.                                      9      ,,       6.00
Surveys.
Vote No. 153 Surveys throughout the Province.
Surveying at English   Bay, 1  month   7  days @ $150 = 3187.50; sundry
1,361 82
189 60
563 60
2 50
6 25
47 74
60 34
7 75
16 76
271 75
73 35
15 00
195 88
10 00
10 00
20 00
10 00
10 00
17 50
20 00
25 00
220 00
45 00
46 00
45 00
45 00
54 00
30 50
2 00
9 00
25 00
150 00
32 00
5 00
35 00
19 00
185,417 56
Assistant Smith and party, 1 month 7 days, 1st June to 5th August ...
J Cattle	
Passage and meal for S. P. Tuck, $3.50 ; freight on tents, etc., SI.75	
Wages as cook, 1st June to 6th July @ $40 per month	
Woods, Turner & Gamble
Do.
Survey. English B., 1st July to 13th Aug., @$180 $ m. =8266; ex. $5.75
Sur. road from Agassiz's to Hot Springs, 9 d. @ S7 = $63 ; fares, $10.35 .
Hastings Sawmill Co	
R McDonald	
D Robinson	
Harris & Hargreaves	
W Ralph	
Chainman on survey, Agassiz's to Hot Springs,                     5 days @ $2
Axeman              do.                             do.                                  5       ,,       2
do.             do                south boundary of Victoria Sch. Reserve .
Do.
Board for Surveyor laying out line of road from Agassiz's to Hot
Do      	
Sur. of con. line between lots 509 & 492, G. 1, Yale Dist., $10; ex. $15 .
do.                     do.       T34 Osoyoos &T 115 Kam., 22 ds. @ $10
Labour on line            do.                              do.                    18      ,,     2.50
do.                     do.                              do.                    18      ,,     2.50
do.                      do.                              do.                    18      „     2.50
do.                     do.                              do.                    18      „     2.50
Services as packer      do.                            do.                  3 horses.
Provisions                   do.                              do.                     	
M H Lewis    	
Thos Gure	
W Maull 	
Indian Dick	
A J Kirkpatrick	
Schubert's Express	
J A Coryell  	
Moving camp, Priest's Val. toColdstream $10;packhorse$22; Ch. Ck.Rd
Tent for survey party,                                                   Cherry Creek Road
Fare, Vancouver to Kamloops and return, J. A. Coryell, surv.    do.
Priest's Valley to Kamloops and return,              do.                     do.
C D Pooler	
CPR	
Schubert's Express	
17,916 86
2,333 31 51 Via
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
105
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears
$      cts.
S   cts.
•   eU
F Welling	
Woods, Turner & Gamble
H Fry, Jr	
W Ralph	
D W Mainguy  	
J Cranston	
J Stone	
G M Sproat	
TAW Gordon	
C Norleans	
J GPentelow	
Hull & Trounce	
Jas Gray 	
GB Wright	
Cyrille Lioni	
Selkirk Co	
Joseph Moore 	
Do 	
J H Scoley	
E C Clarke   	
R Terry	
A P Cummins	
N Hanson	
W Corran	
W Elephant Mining Co..
J W Hoskins	
J A Mara	
J T Edwards	
J Woodland	
G Loney	
G P Caren	
W R Megaw	
Hudson Bay Co...
Indian Chief Louie
A McLean	
J P Burgess	
EG Prior	
Mann & Heron	
Jas Reid	
S L Kelly & Co....
J V Knouff	
Indian Fort Rupert Jack
Do   Bonay  	
Do   Basib    ....
Do   Chief Lewis
L Fallardean 	
Indian Alexis....
Do   Jules	
Do   Alexis	
Do   Tom 	
Do   William ...
Do   Bonay   ....
E Carragher	
L Valard	
Indian Eli	
Do   Gismey ....
Do   Prosper ...
Alex McLean	
Indian Michael ...
H G Leaycraft	
T M Hamilton ....
P McQuade & Son
Indian Charley ...
J Isaacs & Co ....
Indian Andre 	
J F Smith	
CPR	
J O'Brien 	
C P N Co  	
James Campbell ..
Evans & Bligh	
J Mundorf	
E Bell	
Marshall & Smith
A B Ferguson	
R Jones  	
Brought forward.
PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued
Surveys.—Continued.
Vote No. 153.—Surveys throughout the Province.-Concluded
Pack horse 	
Examining & reporting on dyke works, Chilliwhack, 6ds. @$7; exp. $19
Surveying Moresby Island         	
Surveying at Quamichan, 6 days @ $7=$42; expenses $23.75	
Paid H. Fry, jr., for survey of land at mouth of Chemainus River
Augur, exploring route for Big Bend Waggon Road   	
Hire of 2 horses, 40 days @ $3, do. 	
Oats, do. 	
Provisions for party, du. 	
Three pack-saddles, do. 	
Meals for party at Downey Creek, do. 	
do. 	
do	
do. 	
& packing 33 ds 0. $3, do. 	
do	
do	
Wages as axeman, 82 days (co $3, do. 	
do.   foreman & chainman, 83 ds. @ $4, do. 	
do. 76 days, do. 	
do.    as axeman, 82   " do.     	
Salary as Surveyor, 122 days (g $5=$ul<J, du.
Rent of room for Surveyor preparing maps, do.
Board for do.       at Farwell,     do.
Provisions for party, do.
do. do. do.
Meat
do.
Provisions
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
expanses $16.50.
4 weeks	
Vote No. 154.—Exploratory Surveys.
Supplies for reconnaissance survey Cariboo
Board, lodging, and keep of horses for party,
Beef and tallow,
Ferriage of horses and supplies,
Making taboggan sticks,
2 pack saddles,
Supplies,
Horse feed, $2.25 ; teaming, $10,
Labour, 13 days @ $2.50 ; 2 buckskina, $7.60
Kitchen box, toboggans, and ropes,
Axes, etc.,
Canvas cover and strap for sextant,
3 pairs of snow shoes,
Camp outfit, tinware, etc.,
Board for party, and feed for horses,
Wages, 55 days, $110, less provisions account $32.90,
do.     54   ,,       108,       do. do.        17.50,
Compensation for loss of horse,
| Use of dog 53 days, @ $5 $ mo., $7.16; 2 horses 90 days, $90,
Compensation for loss of dog,
Use of dog 53 days, for sleighing provisions,
do.
do.
do.
do.
$7.16, do. loss of horse, $60,
do.
do.
53
do.
do.
53
do.
do.
53
do.
do.
42
do.
do.
63
do.
do.
17
do.
Hire of horse 50 days,
Wages, 40£ days,
do.    60| days, $101.75; use of dogs, $14.32,
do.     64§ days, $126; horse hire, $40,
Hire of 3 horses, $150; use of 2 dogs 53 days, $14.32,
Wages, 60J days, $112.75; use of dogs, 37.16; loss of horse, $50,
Blankets,
Provisions for party,
2 tents, etc.,
Wages, 15 days,
3 pairs of snow-shoes and 3 buckskins,
100 lbs. salmon, $6 ; canoe hire, $2.50,
Rope,
Sundry fares, etc., of survey party,
2 pairs snow-shoes,
Passage and meals for H. P. Bell and assistant,
Board and keep of horse for H. P. Bell at Cache Creek,
; Meals and bed do.
do. and horse keep     do.
Freight on supplies and fare of   do.
Horse keep, beef, etc., for do.
do. meals and bed for    do.
Labour at Stanley, 2£ days @ $4,
Ashcroft,
124-Mile House,
to Clinton,
at Savona's,
Railway
do.
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Carried forward      17,916
2,333 31
16 00
61 00
40 00
65 75
30 00
3 00
120 00
5 00
70 10
30 00
42 00
26 55
95 50
83 49
194 09
58 15
10 40
246 00
832 00
228 00
246 00
626 60
20 00
40 00
9 54
12 70
272 69
61 50
15 20
3 00
2 00
16 00
9 25
12 25
40 00
35 25
8 00
7 25
30 00
62 88
11 00
77 10
90 50
50 00
97 16
5 00
7 16
3 58
7 16
7 16
6 75
57 16
2 84
50 00
65 25
125 07
166 00
164 32
169 91
16 00
204 45
34 25
28 00
14 50
8 50
6 00
112 10
6 00
7 50
3 00
5 00
2 50
7 00
13 10
1 50
10 00
2,209 79
5,044 98 106
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
*   cts.
$   cts.
I   et».
Veith & Borland	
P C Dunlevy	
John McLean   	
Fletcher & McNaughton
G P Munro	
John Boyd	
D Allan	
A Kelly	
Hudson Bay Co	
W W Dodd	
S A Rogers   	
W Polleys	
D Murphy	
T McDougall 	
B C Express Co	
W Boyd 	
J Rush  	
W Boyd   	
W Saul  	
J Mundorf	
WBeattv	
M Findlay	
D McCallum	
Henry Short	
H P Bell	
Hall & Goepel	
B C Express Co	
G Morrison   	
D R Harris	
M Findlay	
Allan Walker	
Ellis & Co	
J A Mahood	
HP Bell	
H G Leaycraft	
Do 	
Amos Bowman
Brought forward	
PUBLIC WOEKS.-Concluded.
Surveys. —Concluded.
Vote No. 154.—Exploratory Survei/s.—Concluded.
Supplies, reconnaissance survey Cariboo
do.
Meals, bed and horse keep, H. P. Bell and assistant, Quesnelle,
Meals for H. P. Bell,
Labour, 2^ days @ $4,
Supplies,
Meals and bed for H. P. Bell, and food for dogs,
do.
at Barkerville,
?$4,
" Vancouver Advertiser
" Vancouver D'ly News
" Evening Post"	
" Colonist"	
" Columbian "	
'' Inland Sentinel"	
" Free Press"	
" Vancouver Herald " ..
" Mainland Guardian ".
Canadian " Gazette "...
M Miller	
T N Hibben & Co	
M W Waitt&Co	
BC Stat & Printing Co.
R Jamieson	
C Morton	
Stmr Peerless	
Pritchard & Mingard...
S H Shepler& Co	
TR Pearson & Co	
FW Foster	
J Murray	
J Mclntyre	
S Wortman	
G Presswell	
T A W Gordon	
W T Cameron	
J Mason	
S A Rogers	
A W Smith	
Board for
Supplies,
do.
do.
Labour at Stanley, 12 days
Feed for horses,
do.
Hay and grain,
do.
Feed for horses,
Meals, bed, and horse keep,
Hay and grain,
Feed for horses,
do.
Meals, bed, and horse keep,
Labour at Horse Fly, 3 days @ $2,
Gun-case, cartridges, etc.,
Horse hire, blankets, rubber sheet, and sundry disbursements,
Coal for engineer's office,
Fare of H. P. Bell, Barkerville to Bridge Creek,
Quicksilver,
Aneroid barometer (allowance for loss),
Feed for H. P. Bell's horses and dogs at Savona's,
Making harness for dogs,
Lithographing 700 maps,
Supplying field notes and plan of survey near Clearwater for
Salary as engineer in charge, 4£ mos. @ $200,
Board allowance, completing work in office, 2£ mos. @ $30,
Services as assistant surveyor, Nov. 22 to Mar. 31, @ $80 $ mo.,
Vote No. 155—Geological Survey.
Half expenses of geological survey in Cariboo District (other portion
paid by the Dominion Government)
Railway
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XIII.-MJSCELLANEOUS.
Vote No. 156.—Advertising
Advertising sundry notices	
do. do. 	
do. do.	
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do. do. 	
do. do. 	
do. do. 	
do. do. 	
do. do.	
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Vote No. 157.- Stationery.
Departmental books, ruling, binding, etc	
Stationery for all departments  	
do. do. 	
do. do.	
do. do. 	
do. do. 	
Freight on box of stationery	
Rubber stamp for Kamloops office	
do. sundry offices	
Stationery for New Westminster office	
do. Clinton office 	
do. Spence's Bridge office	
do. Lytton office	
do. Granite Creek office	
do. Donald office	
do. Farwell office	
do. Okanagan office 	
do. Richfield office	
do. Richfield and Quesnelle offices	
do. Lillooet office 	
Carried forward..
17,916 86
IS 10
2 60
17,937 46
2,209 79      5,044 98
86 65
11 5C
9 25
2 5C
10 OC
23 0C
6 45
10 OC
12 66
2 25
5 0C
48 0C
4 0C
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6 0C
2 5C
4 00
4 25
2 60
2 5C
4 00
6 00
12 ie
185 67
2 00
31 00
5 25
35 00
6 00
4 00
250 00
50 00
900 00
75 00
344 03
20 10
207 70
242 68
899 90
401 26
154 70
179 00
29 50
5 00
4 80
653 61
780 43
567 29
280 45
41 05
60
4 00
5 00
32 35
31 49
9 62
6 62
2 75
10 00
1 00
13 90
1 12
1 50
8 75
1 00
4,382 91
1,886 72
11,314 61
2,144 64
2,452 43  2,144 64 51 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
107
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.  J
$   cts.
$     cts.
$     cts.
Blair & Allan	
Coursier & Johnson ...
ZSHall	
S T Tilley	
E H Jones 	
T Hornby	
J P Planta	
C Gabriel & Co	
The Schlicht Field Co .
B C Express Co	
J A Mara	
E Pimbury & Co	
BCP&SCo	
Thomson Bros	
R T Williams   	
T Dunn & Co	
" British Columbian ".
J F Lush	
D Lyal	
B C Express Co   	
W H Phillips	
M W Waitt&Co	
Veith & Borland	
J M Yates	
W T Thomson	
W H Lilley	
M Strong  	
M Waitt & Co	
W F Cameron	
E H Jones	
W E McCartney 	
J A Mara	
D Hurley	
A E Howse   	
R T Williams   	
Postmaster, Victoria...
Do 	
Wells, Fargo & Co	
Dom.  Express Co	
B C Express Co	
Postmaster Nanaimo....
Do.      Kamloops	
Do.     Donald	
Do.     Quesnelle —
Do.      Barkerville...
Do.      Yale	
Do.     Spence's Bdge
Do.      Clinton	
Do.      Quamichan. ..
Do.      Farwell	
Do.      Lillooet	
Do.      New Westm'r.
Do.     Granite Creek
B C Stat & Printing Co..
J Clapperton   	
T N Hibben & Co	
Schubert's Express	
Wood & Rabbitt	
J McDonald	
J Maynard	
Callbreath, Grant & Cook
C Kerr & Co	
C P Railway	
F Littler	
E Bray	
Indian Harry	
Do.    Youstan	
A Graham	
Indian Joe	
Do.    Alexander	
0 Ingram	
JC Mollet	
L Gillouard	
D Lval	
T R Pearson	
D Griffith	
E&NRCo	
Indian Sam	
G B Armstrong	
Brought forward	
XIH.-MISCELLANEOUS.- Continued.
Vote No. 157.—Stationery.— Concluded.
Stationery for Granite Creek office	
do. do.	
do. New Westminster office	
do. Vancouver County Court   	
do. Kamloops office	
Freight on stationery from Victoria	
Paid for stationery.......   	
Seal for office of Superintendent of Police	
Files and binding cases for Clinton Office	
Freight on stationery do. 	
Stationery for Okanagan office	
do. Nanaimo office	
do. New Westminster office	
do. Donald office    	
Rubber stamps	
Punch for cancelling law stamps, Vancouver County Court .
Book for do.
Book for Clinton office	
Stationery for New Westminster office   	
Freight on stationery to Richfield    	
Supplying seal, envelopes and stamping	
Stationery for Kamloops office	
do. 150-Mile House office	
Rubber stamp for Supreme Court	
Stationery for Granite Creek office	
do. Donald office	
do. Granite Creek office	
do. do. 	
do. Priest's Valley office	
do. do. 	
do. Kamloops office	
do. do. 	
Freight on stationery to Lillooet	
Stationery for Nicola office	
Repairing stamp	
Vote No. 158.—Postage.
Postage and rent of boxes for Government Offices, Victoria	
do. do. Immigration Office	
Express charges on letters and packages	
do. do.	
do. do. 	
Postage stampsfor Government Office, Nanaimo .
do. and box rent do. Kamloops
do. do. do. Donald...
Postage stamps, Government Office, Quesnelle.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
and box rent
and box rent
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Barkerville ....
Yale	
Spence's Bridge
Clinton	
Quamichan ....
Farwell	
Lillooet	
New Westminster
Granite Creek
New Westminster
Nicola
for office of Superintendent of Police .
Express charges	
Express charges at Spallumcheen	
do. Granite Creek	
do. sundry packages	
do. do. Victoria to Cassiar	
do. package, Farwell to Kamloops 	
do. sundry packages	
do. do. to Richfield Office	
do.                         do.              Donald to Wild Horse Creek.
Messenger with letters from Wild Horse to Cranbrook	
do. do. do. 	
Paid for stamps and messenger, Lome Creek to Aberdeen	
Messenger with letter from Perry to Wild Horse Creek	
do. Findley do. 	
Mail carrier between Nicola and Granite Creek	
Postage stamps for Alberni office	
do. for Government Office at Okanagan.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
Charges on parcels for Nanaimo Office
Messenger with letters	
Postage stamps for Government Agenfc at Nicola
New Westminster.
do.
Wild Horse Creek.
Carried forward.
17,987 46
17,959 46
2 75
5 00
15 55
47 85
8 70
2 84
60
4 50
8 25
2 10
27 75
98 76
24 50
2 45
25 75
1 75
7 50
3 00
94 52
8 00
168 00
11 41
1 26
2 50
3 00
3 00
75
1 68
1 00
55 20
1 25
26 48
1 75
2 37
5 00
1,027 85
130 27
16 65
111 45
2 00
150 00
88 65
64 50
10 00
49 00
30 00
54 50
100 00
30 50
15 00
26 00
121 71
11 00
47 60
55 00
26 60
10 75
2 00
1 25
10 00
23 25
1 75
6 05
8 50
5 00
1 60
1 50
9 00
2 00
1 00
5 00
13 42
22 63
81 60
12 00
6 85
1 50
5 00
1 50
2,401 03
3,109 09
5,253 73 108
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
A E Howse   	
D Griffith  	
J C Mayes	
C P Railway 	
R D Mather	
J Walker  	
Blair & Allan   	
R Sylvester	
S T Tilley	
C Warwick	
DB Grant	
P P Saunders    	
W S Beckwith	
R B Richardson	
N P Express Co	
C P R Telegraph Co	
O Harvey 	
Shuswap Milling Co	
Blair & Allen	
J B Lovell	
W H Ward	
Callbreath, Grant & Cook
A Lindsay	
Lambert & White	
J Mclntyre	
R Lang & Son	
Union Coal Yard	
J McKenzie	
Stmr Adelaide	
J CSteen&Co	
W F Cameron	
J Murray	
R Walker	
Victoria Gas Co	
R Duff	
Fell & Co	
T Duffy	
Indian Billy	
F W Foster	
Indian Napoleon	
J Ordine   	
J A Mara  	
W R Megaw	
Jas Phillips	
R Ralph	
H Elliott   	
W F Cameron	
T Hornby	
G P Raven 	
A McKinnon	
R Knapp	
Ira Fyke	
H Saunders 	
E Deslorier	
D O'Ray	
Tietzel & Norris	
Alex Johnson	
R E Lemon fc Co 	
A Collins	
W Hanson	
John Braden	
G Harris	
Indian Antoine   	
R L T Galbraith	
H Wilkinson	
W R Megaw	
Indian Charlie	
DGriffiths	
A Mclntyre	
C Kerr& Co	
A Johnson	
W R Megaw	
J A Mara 	
A E Howse   	
H E Elliott  	
CG Major	
Brought forward	
XIII.-MISCELLANEOUS.-C<mti»Me<I
Vote No. 158. — Postage.—Concluded.
Postage stamps for Government Agent at Nicola   	
Provisions for messenger conveying letter from Wild Horse to Golden
Expenses, Con. Dennis forwarding letter from At.-Gen. to A. W. Vowell
Fare of do. Donald to Golden and return, do.
Conveying letter from Columbia Lakes to Wild Horse Creek	
Freight on parcel from Rock Creek to Granite Creek	
Postage stamps for Government Office,        do. 	
Charges on letters to Dease Creek	
Postage stamps for Government Office at New Westminster	
do. do. do. 	
do. Sheriff's Office, do. 	
do. Government Agent at Alberni	
Charges on parcels to Post Office, etc	
Postage stamps to Government Agent at Cowichan 	
Charges on box of Debentures to London	
Sundry
Vote No. 159.—Telegrams.
to and from Government Offices
Vote No. 100.—Fuel and JLight.
Coal oil for
Wood,
Candles,
Coal oil, etc.,
Wood,
Matches, candles, etc.
Coal oil,
Wood,
Candles,
Government Office, Okanagan.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Court House,
Kamloops .
Granite Creek .
Yale	
Yale	
Laketon	
Granite Creek .
do.
Lytton.
Government Office, Golden City .
Coal and wood, do.
Wood, do.
Coal, do.
Coal oil, do.
do. do.
do.   and wood, do.
Hauling wood, do.
Gas and rent of meter, do.
Cutting wood do.
Matches, do.
Wood, do.
Hauling wood, do.
Coal oil, do.
Wood, do.
Coal oil, do.
Lamp glasses and wicks, do.
do. do.
Wood, do.
Cutting wood, Court House,
Coal and wood, Government Offices,
Coal oil,
Wood,
Filing saws,
Wood,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Victoria.
Yale   	
Yale	
Donald	
Okanagan	
Spence's Bridge ...
Clinton	
Victoria "...
Granite Creek	
Victoria	
Granite Creek	
Clinton	
do	
Lillooet	
do	
Okanagan	
do	
do	
New Westminster.
do.
Priest's Valley ....
Kamloops	
do	
do	
do	
Donald
Coal oil matches, etc., Legislative Assembly, Victoria
Wood, Government Office, Richfield   	
do.
Coal oil,
Wood,
Coal oil, etc.,
Wood,
do.
Alcohol for gas meters,
Wood,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Coal oil and lamp glasses, do.
Wood,
Coal oil,
Wood,
Coal oil and wood,
Wood,
Coal oil,
Cutting wood,
Coal oil safe,
Coal oil, candles, etc.,
Coal oil,
Wood and coal,
Coal oil, etc.,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Donald
Farwell	
do	
do	
do	
do	
Victoria	
Richfield  	
Kamloops	
Wild horse Creek
Priest's Valley	
do	
Yale	
Wild Horse Creek .
Farwell 	
do	
do	
Kamloops	
do	
Nicola	
New Westminster   .
do.
Carried forward	
Arrears,
cts.
12 60
2 50
11 25
» cts.
2,401 08  5,2M 71
1 00
6 25
2 50
1 70
10 00
1 00
3 00
1 50
76
16 31
2 76
6 97
11 75
2 00
34 25
12 60
12 50
4 76
46 36
11 00
4 25
4 05
20 00
60
1 00
804 60
17 50
85 00
6 00
10 00
38 00
15 00
824 20
18 50
60
35 00
28 60
12 00
16 00
5 50
1 25
1 80
23 25
2 25
67 00
24 75
37 50
1 76
18 76
26 00
19 25
6 82
85 00
12 60
6 00
13 00
12 35
21 00
37 50
40 60
30 00
12 00
19 00
80 00
8 00
10 00
22 50
10 60
3 50
3 50
3 00
43 96
1 76
119 50
17 56
* cU.
1,592 06
2,218 68
11,565 23 52 Vic.
Public Accounts   1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
109
TO WHOM PAID,
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
t   cts.
t   eta.
M Miller	
F L Tuckfleld	
McAdams & Hall	
Times P'tg & Pub. Co ..
'' Evening Post"	
J M Duval	
Jaffray Bros., Chicago .
H J Morgan	
" Columbian "	
J E Lemieux	
Bancroft & Co	
M W Waitt&Co	
T N Hibben & Co  	
MW Waitt&Co	
Carswell & Co	
John Lovell & Sons ....
T N Hibben & Co	
W H Kelly	
R T Williams	
J R Hull	
W Dodd	
A Armstrong	
J B Agassiz	
J Corbett	
S Calderbank	
A Grieve	
D A McDonald	
A McDonald	
J R Mclntyre	
J Jones 	
P Carrell	
Croft & Angus	
G Wright	
J Allan	
W McCombe 	
W Chartres, Jr	
H Findlay	
C Booth	
D Munroe	
H Lindley 	
W Roxburgh	
John Davidson	
T S Higginson	
A McKenzie   	
C B Eagle	
Hudson Bay Co	
W Fortune	
W Chase	
R M Clemitson	
Brealey & Thompson...
T O'Connoll	
Indian John	
J Stanner	
W Mitchell	
J C Mollett	
C Booth	
D W Mainguy	
Mrs J C Hughes	
H Sampson	
R J Scott	
Upper Columbia Ry Co
Indian Chief Basil	
Do   Jim	
Do   George	
Guarantee Society, N A
Brought forward	
XIII.-MISCELLANEOUS.-Co»tt»Me<*.
Vote No. 161.— IAbrary, Legislative, and Departmental.
Binding 62 volumes gazettes, Land Acts, and newspapers	
Subscription to " Standard," 2 copies, 12 months to 30th June	
do. "Colonist,"     2   „       12       „ 30th    ,	
do. "Times,"        2   „       11       „ 31st March	
do. "Post," 2   „       11       „ 30th April	
do. "Indus.N.,"   2   ,, 6       ,, to 1st December..
do. " Canadian American," 2 copies, 2 years to June, 1887 .
do. " Annual Register and Review," 6 copies	
do. " Columbian " daily and semi-weekly	
Copy of Debates of House of Commons, 1886	
Bancroft's History of Pacific Coast	
.May's Parliamentary Practice	
\rmy and Navy Lists ,	
Vote No. 162 Library, Attorney-General's Department.
Ontario Law Reports, §10; Law and Practice of Compensation, $8.50 ..
Capel's Digest of Supreme Court Cases, $10.15; sundry books, $3.05....
Henderson's " North Western "	
English Law Reports and Reports Supreme Court, Canada	
Sundry law books    	
do.	
Vote No. 163.—Refunds.
Refund of .purchase money of L. 48, G.l, Kamloops D. (being railway lands)
do.     Crown grant fees, twice accounted for	
Provincial Revenue Tax, twice paid	
A W Vowell
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
for four employes paid in error	
twice paid	
do	
do	
1885 (under age)	
two years paid twice	
accounted for, but not collected
twice paid	
do	
do	
do	
Free Miners' Certificate (two issues for same year)	
over-pay. on purchase of L. 7, G. 1, Q.C.I. Dist. S88, taxes, $10
road tolls (over-charged)	
assessed taxes, twice paid	
do.      on saw-mill (property burned) .	
over-payment on Crown Grant 3,052	
water record, made in error	
portion of assessed taxes, 1886 (land charged as wild instead
improved)	
Moiety of fine imposed for supplying intoxicant to Indians	
do. do.        on Indian	
do. do. do.       in possession of intoxicant	
do. do.        on three men for supplying intoxicant to Indians
Allowance for short payments by Chinese at Alberni on F. M. certificates
do.     of overpayment in error on tax collections, to June 30, 1886
do. on land purchase	
purchase money on NW£, S. 4, Texada Id. (Application can.)
do. S. 9, R 1, N Div., S. S. I., do.
deposit on purchase of land, Kamloops (land prev. pre-empted)
private bill fee (bill withdrawn)	
Moiety of fine imposed for supplying intoxicant to Indians	
do. do. do. 	
do. do. do. 	
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Vote No. 164.—Premium on Guarantee Bonds.
Premiums as above to June, 1888   	
Vote   No.   165.—Allowance   to   Officer at   Kootenay,  for
Cleaning Office, Horse Hire, &c.
Allowance for messenger, cleaning office, &c, 12 mos. to 30th Jan , '87
Carried forward      18,020 56
18,004 71
134 30
26 00
26 00
24 50
22 00
1 26
8 00
18 00
16 00
7 00
22 50
16 00
11 10
881 66
18 60
13 20
6 00
81 95
IS 13
29 75
111 5*
380 00
15 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
12 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
6 00
12 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
5 00
98 00
4 65
9 57
10 00
4 00
2 00
44 06
25 00
12 50
15 00
75 00
1 68
8 84
32 00
120 00
114 00
16 00
100 00
25 00
25 00
25 00
	
1,251 80
184 60
13,458 71 110
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE
Arrears.
S   cts.
8   cts.
$   cts.
G Norris	
McColl & Webb	
J Stone	
A McNaughton	
M W T Drake (Treasurer
of Law Society)	
G A McTavish, Treasurer
J C Herd, do
H Bonsall, do
Vic. & Esq. Telephone Co.
N.W. &P.M. Tel. Co ...
Do.
W. Dalby, Treasurer.
T Stocker 	
E G Prior	
A J Bechtel	
J Brown	
J Drout	
J Crean	
W Downie 	
G A Koch	
M Miller	
J McPhee	
S J Cliff.	
Stmr R Dunsmuir	
Stmr Amelia	
Stmr Barbara Boscowitz.
C Kelly	
R J Cliff	
DH McNeill	
Brethour & Newbegging.
F W Foster	
John Sayyea	
A McKelvey	
W Claressey	
0 Scarf	
T Meldrum	
A Pritchard	
L Bercier	
J Fitzgerald	
W Miller	
E Robinson    	
T Findlay   	
Jas Simpson 	
John Weir	
G Taylor	
John Conroy	
Indian Alleyan	
W Swallwell	
Indians Jim and Ned..
John Merritt	
W Perkins	
R Wren	
Brought forward	
XIII.-MISCELLANEOUS -Continued.
Vote No. 166.—Pire Department, Nanaimo.
Grant in aid   	
Vote No. 167.—Pire Department, New Westminster.
Grant in aid	
Vote No. 168.—Fire Department, Barkerville.
Grant in aid   	
Vote No. 169.—Fire Department, Quesnelle.
Grant in aid   	
Vote No. 171.—Reporting Judges* Decisions.
Payment as above	
Vote No. 172.—Agricultural Societies.
Grant in aid of Saanich Agricultural Society	
do. Chilliwhack do. 	
do. Cowichan do. 	
Vote No. 173.— Telephone Service.
Rent of telephones, Victoria offices, for half-year ended Dec. 31st, 1886
do. Gaol, Hospital, and Asylum, New Westminster..
Sundry messages between New Westminster and Vancouver   ...  ...
Vote No. 174.—British  Columbia  Agricultural Association, in Aid of Provincial Exhibition.
Grant in aid	
Vote No. 175.—In Aid of Prospecting and Explorations
Prospecting on Vancouver Island, near Qualicum   	
Outfit of tools for Stocker prospecting party	
3 horses, do. 	
Provisions, do.	
do. do. 	
Gum boots, gun, and saddles,      do. 	
Report on mining operations in Sirnilkameen District	
Examining and reporting on quartz veins, Cariboo, §300; expenses, $21
Binding 2000 copies reports do. do	
Provisions for D. H. McNeill, exploring on west coast Vancouver Island
Board and lodging,        do. do. do.
Fare, do. do. do.
do. do. do. do.
do. & freight of canoe, do.    and CI iff e,     do. do.
Hire of canoe 90 days,   do. do. do.
Assisting do. do. do.
Services 25th Aug. to 30th Oct. @ -550 $ m.; expenses $39.50;       do.
Exploring near Alberni, per agreement	
Supplies for P. Ward and H. Gould, prospecting in Lillooet District
In aid of prospecting near Lome Creek, Skeena	
Vote No.  176.—Destruction of  Wolves  and   Panthers  in
Settled^ Districts.
Bounty
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
for 3 heads, Comox District	
3 do. do. 	
1 do. Sooke District	
6 do. Chilcotin	
1 do. Comox District	
1 do. Okanagan District	
1 do. Comox District	
1 do. do. 	
1 do. Okanagan District	
1 do. Comox do	
2 do. New Westminster District .
1 do. Metchosin do.
2 do. Alberni do.
2 do. Okanagan do.
1 do. do. do.
9 do.         do. do.
2 do. Alberni do.
2 do. Okanagan do.
1 do. New Westminster do.
1 do. Metchosin                do.
Cwrried forward
18,020 55
18,020 65
250 00
250 00
250 00
430 50
144 00
3 45
76 00
18 50
150 00
49 25
44 25
63 00
20 00
321 00
20 00
41 77
3 00
6 00
6 00
12 00
22 50
90 00
147 83
200 00
150 00
50 00
7 50
7 60
2 50
16 00
2 50
2 60
2 50
2 50
2 50
2 50
5 00
2 50
5 00
5 00
2 50
22 60
5 00
5 00
2 50
2 50
105 00
13,459 71
500 00
577 95
1,000 00
19,463 26 51 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
Ill
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
A Urquhart .
M Donohone.
J McB Smith .
C P N Co
C P Railway	
J Fannin	
J Devine	
A Ross	
G Kenny	
M Miller	
JWeiler	
M Lumby   	
R Maynard	
H Short	
J P Burgess	
P McQuade & Sons.
Henry Gray3	
J McDonnell	
B C S & P Co	
Nicholles & Renouf
C Mebius   	
H Jewell	
J Sehl	
C P N Co	
T McNeeley	
D E Campbell	
Langley & Co	
John Murray	
John Weiler	
Mrs J C Hughes ..
E G Prior & Co ....
J P Burgess	
W S Beckwith	
Lieut.-Col. Wolfenden...
Capt. Green	
Capt. Peele	
Bank of B C	
Do	
J C Smith	
M G Clark	
J Brearton	
A Rowan	
H Redgrave	
D S Curtis & Co	
J M Duval 	
Manitoban Printing Co..
W Mitchell	
R A Kempton	
Marvin & Tilton	
D McGillivray	
G A Kemp	
Matthews, Richards & T.
Fell & Co	
E B Marvin	
H Smilow	
E G Prior   	
T Storey 	
Hepburn, Son & Cutcliffe
"Mainland Guardian"..
J E Lord	
Indians Mary and Peter.
S H Webb... -	
J Cunningham & Co	
Callbreath, Grant & Cook
XIII.
Brought forward	
-MISCELLANEOUS.—Continued.
Vote No. 176.—Dest/rucHon of Wolves and Panthers
in Settled Districts.—Concluded.
Bounty for 1 head, Comox District,
do.      1   do.       do.
ao.
do.
Vote No. 177.—Transport and, Accommodation of
Qeologtcal Collection.
Paid charges on mineral specimens from Kootenay	
Freight on box of minerals from Ottawa	
Vote No. 178.—Bonus, New Westminster Rail/umy
Branch Line.
Grant as above.
Vote No. 179,—Museum.
Salary as Curator, 11 months to 30th June, 1887,
Photographic views	
Freight and drayage on specimen cases	
Cariboo horns	
3 register books, §30 ; 1,000 letter-heads, $7.50 ..
Jars for specimens	
Expenses on curios from Sirnilkameen .,	
Sundry materials	
do. 	
Furniture	
Plaster.
! $100 $ month
4 birds (mounted) 	
Swan	
Gum tickets	
Sundry tools	
Tub for preparing skins	
2 tubs do. 	
Show cases, etc	
1,000-mile ticket for Curator travelling obtaining specimens.
Beaver and skin	
Chemicals for curing skins	
do. do	
Panther 	
Repairing case	
Cabinet of mineral specimens	
Scales, etc 	
Making shelves and boxes and furnishing material	
Expressage on packages 	
Vote No.   180 In Aid of Militia.
Grant in aid of four batteries of artillery .
do. Victoria Rifle Corps	
do. New Westminster Rifles..
Vote No. 181.—Miscellaneous (not detailed).
Exchange on sundry drafts	
Discount on eastern bank notes	
Cleaning chimneys 	
Making and erecting flagstaff at Court House, Donald
Pole for do. do.
Clearing brush around Gov't Office, Donald, as a precaution against fire
Expenses incurred seek, for drowned body in Columbia R. & inter, same
Sponge for Government Office, New Westminster	
Subscription to " Industrial News "	
do. " Daily and Weekly Manitoban," to August, 188'
Furnishing material and making coffin for Dillman (murdered).
Repairing flag at Court House, Donald	
Locks for Donald Office	
Burial of J. Meaban, died destitute  	
Box for Donald Office	
Lock	
Soap ,
Flag and halyards for Donald Office	
Cleaning latrines, Victoria Offices	
Hand saw for use of messenger	
Burial expenses of Chinaman found hanged near Mt. Tolmie	
Services in England, appeal to Privy Council, re Chinese Restriction Act
Subscription, 1 year, to 13th August, 1886	
Burial of Miller, found drowned in Fraser River	
Finding and bringing in body of Miller, found drowned in Fraser River
Keys for Court House and Registry Office, New Westminster	
Lamp trimmers for New Westminster Office	
Broom, etc., for Laketon Office	
Carried forward.
18,028 05
2 50
2 50
110 00
6 25
37,500 00
75
5 50
1,100 00
17 00
8 86
20 00
37 60
1 33
3 00
6 90
3 26
37 85
4 75
6 00
2 50
2 50
4 55
5 00
6 50
98 16
20 00
15 00
28 30
7 40
8 00
4 76
25 00
15 00
35 01
48 06
400 00
100 00
100 00
15 78
11 80
14 00
35 00
9 00
10 00
30 00
75
3 50
2 50
17 50
75
oo
20 00
2 00
75
1 5(1
25 00
55 00
2 60
37 00
356 07
5 0C
13 00
10 oo
1 6C
75
4 00
692 65
1,567 15
59,246 66 112
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
S   cts.
McAdams & Hall	
Times Ptg & Pub. Co....
Pendray & Co	
Garesehe, Green & Co...
J Bailey	
TLTuckfield	
Victoria Water Works. .,
G Loney	
Postmaster, Victoria ....
" Mainland Guardian "..
McClellan & Co	
J Barnsley	
G Morrison	
D McCarthy, Q. C	
ADods	
J Clapperton	
W H London 	
" Columbian "	
" Vancouver Herald" ...
Langley & Co	
T Storey 	
Fell & Co	
A E Wilson  	
C W Curtis	
F Evans	
J B Johnson	
H Saunders	
W Prothero	
Vivian & Pyatt	
R E Lemon & Co	
Alex Johnson   	
H M Ball   	
M G Blanchard	
Ellis & Co	
P Coggins	
Horace Smith 	
T Lin 	
John Harkins	
A Stewart	
M W T Drake, Q C	
C S Finlaison	
E B Marvin	
T Tiedemann  	
C Wilson   	
H B Reudell	
Mrs Denny	
J F Hume	
Gordon Bros	
John Price	
A W Gillis	
J O'Donnell	
J S Holloway	
J O'Donnell	
D Griffith *
Gordon Bros	
CG Major	
W R Austin	
DNeil	
Jas Cunningham	
U S Consulate	
B Evans	
Mrs Holmes	
Garesehe, Green & Co  ..
Victoria Transfer Co	
J Somers	
Matthews,Richards & Tye
M«Intyre, Lewis & Code.
A A Brownelle 	
Ellis & Co	
Hall & Goepel	
Dennis R Harris	
John Glassey	
C A Vernon	
Brought forward	
XIII— MISCELLANEOUS— Continued.
Vote No. 181.—Miscellaneous (not detailed).—Continued.
Subscription to "Colonist," for various offices
do. "Times," do.
2 oz. of Granite C. white metal for test at Geological Laboratory, Ottawa
Securing body of man (unknown) found in Fraser River   	
Subscription to " Standard " for Executive Council	
Water supply for Victoria offices, 12 months @ $15 $ month	
Removing 3 dead horses from shore into stream at Spallumcheen	
Charge on Post Office orders	
Subscription for Education Office, 1 year to 23rd April	
Burial expense of J. Costa, died destitute	
Opening inner door of vault, L. & W. Department, and cleaning bolts
Soap and disinfectants	
Counsel fee, re " Precious Metals Case," before Supreme Court of Can.
Collecting mining statistics and copying report (Cariboo District)
Mileage to Indian Reserve, Nicola, to define boundary  	
Services searching for Robertson and McNab, mysteriously disappeared
from Howe Sound	
Subscription to "Columbian," daily & weekly, 7 copies, various offices
do. " Herald," 4 copies
Soap .
Burial expenses of body found at Shawnigan Lake	
Tacks for Lands and Works Department	
For assisting to save Government buildings at Yale fire	
do. do. do. 	
Taking short-hand notes of conference between Govt, and Naas Indians
Henderson's Directory for Donald office	
Brooms, soap, etc., for Legislative Assembly	
Mounting two maps for Land Office, New Westminster	
Painting sign for County Court Office, Vancouver	
Broom and axe handle for Farwell Office	
Keeping Government Office at Farwell clear of snow	
Services in San Francisco, re employment of a Mining Engineer ...
Inspecting Beak's ranche, suspected of cholora amongst hogs	
500 pamphlets, Vancouver	
Burial of body of C. Evans, drowned in Columbia River	
Bringing in body of R. G. Thompson, found dead in cabin, Comox .
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
Digging grave do. do.
Furnishing legal opinion on Act to aid Quartz Mines	
Furnishing statistics of three principal Canadian ports on Pacific.. .
Flag, halyards, etc., Clinton Office 	
Engrossing address of condolence to Mrs. Smithe	
Fee, Attorney-General v. C. P. R. bondsmen,  re extension of line  to
English Bay	
Painting two signs for office of Superintendent of Police	
Repairing flag for Donald Office	
Saw for Farwell Office	
Burial expenses of E. Jones, died destitute at Kamloops  	
Removing snow from roof of Granite Creek Office	
Making coffin for burial of C. Tompkins at Granite Creek	
Digging grave        do. do. do.  ,
Supplying coffin     do. G. Body do. 	
Digging grave        do. do. do. 	
Cleaning out Government Office, Wild Horse Creek	
Burial expenses of P. Foster, shot at Campbell's ranch	
Feather duster and broom, New Westminster Office	
Removing ashes from do. 	
Removing Government property from old gaol	
Cleaning stovepipe, etc., New Westminster Court House	
Charges on certificate for box of debentures	
Washing towels for Supreme Court and Registry Office, 30 months	
do. central building and Land Office, 12 months	
Loss on gold dust	
Carriage of box of debentures to Dominion Expess Office    .    	
Framing address to Mrs. Smithe, etc 	
Gold scales	
Agency fees, re precious metals case at Ottawa	
Compensation for improvements on land recorded, Sec. 7, R. 1, Quam
ichan, Crown grant having been previously issued to W. A. Robertson
Lithographing 1,250 debentures, B. C. loan 1887, (per tender)	
Insurance on box do.,        forwarded to London	
Engrossing Jubilee address of Legislative Assembly to Her Majesty ...
By authority of Schedule A.
Defalcation in accounting for road tolls collected at Spence's Bridge.
debited to him in 1885, now written off 	
Balance debited to him as due on revenue collections in 1875-6, for
which he claimed an equivalent offset for services, now allowed.
Carried forward	
18,022 05
692 66
85 76
18 25
2 00
10 00
5 00
13 00
180 00
6 00
85
5 00
30 00
5 00
29 26
700 00
17 00
8 00
80 00
66 06
8 00
4 00
87 00
60
5 00
5 00
51 00
6 00
6 80
1 75
6 00
1 10
36 00
10 00
10 00
60 00
7 00
6 00
4 00
4 00
6 00
25 00
25 00
25 75
65 00
150 00
6 00
1 00
2 00
25 00
1 00
26 20
10 00
9 00
12 00
7 00
25 00
2 25
2 50
8 00
9 78
1 00
59,245 66
18 00
30 00
24 00
2 50
60
6 00
3 00
21 80
110 00
250 00
90 00
200 00
202 24
202 24
309 28
809 28
18,561 671
8,845 76
59,245 66 51  Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
113
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
l
Arrears.- j
$   cts.
cts. |
*   cts.
18,551 67
44 78
23 50
250 00
25 00
3,846 76
44 78
1,200 00
100 00
250 00
600 00
27 87
9 00
17 50
45 00
4 00
8 00
31 00
25 00
65 00
12 50
60 00
500 00
25 00
250 00
250 00
200 00
10 00
160 00
9 60
7 00
1,000 00
Dominion Government..
XIIL-MISOELLANEOUS — Continued.
Vote No. 181.—Miscellaneous (not detailed J.—Concluded.
By authority of Schedule A.—Concluded.
Marine glass and rockets, charged to Dominion Government in 1878,
J Sprott	
D H McNeill	
Vote No. 182 Immigration.
Salary as Immigration Agent, New West.,                    12 m. @ 100^ m.
do.       Immigrant   Guide, Vancouver I.,                   2     ,,     50   ,,
do.           do.                do.           do.                              5     ,,     50   ,,
do.          do.               do.          do.                          12     „     50   ,,
3,890 54
W M Halpenny	
Do.
D W McNeill	
Stmr R Dunsmuir	
RWatkins	
do.                                           do	
S J Cliffe	
E & N Railway Co
J W Williams	
Garesehe, Green & Co. ..
S A Rowbotham	
G Faulker	
Allow, for office conting. B. C. Agency, Winnipeg, 1st July to 15th Aug.
do.              do.                     do.         Toron., 6 m (office discontinued)
do.              do.                      do.         Edinburgh, 2 years, 1886-87 ...
do.              do.                     do.              do.          advertising, 1886...
Do      	
J S De Knevett	
do.              do.                     do.         London	
B C Stat & Ptg Co
Subscription to " Columbian " for Immigration Office, New Westmin-
1,000 copies of Holiday number of "Colonist," §100; special adver., §60
C P N Co  	
Vote No. 183.—Relief to Sufferers by Fire at Vancouver.
4,866 37
A B Gray & Co	
500 00
223 37
257 95
13 00
60
25
2 00
60 00
1 60
21 50
Turner, Beeton & Co ...
do.            	
J H Todd & Son	
do                                                                  	
W McDowell	
C P N Company	
W B Townsend	
W Eickhoff	
Special trips of str. Gladys to Vancouver with supplies, §50; meat, 810.
Lt-Col Holmes	
Vote No. 184.—Indian trouble at Metlakatlah.
Travelling allowance,  Clinton to Metlakatlah and return to Victoria,
1,080 17
E Harrison, Jr, S M
236 16
32 00
92 00
48 50
47 00
871 40
5 00
6 00
1 50
3 00
10 00
62 50
60 00
12 60
12 50
12 50
12 50
12 50
15 00
12 50
12 50
12 50
2 50
5 00
8 00
5 00
5 00
25 60
27 16
10 00
Fare of Eli Harrison, Jr., S.M., Clinton to Ashcroft and return	
H B Roycraft	
Do	
Sundry disbursements for boat hire, food for con., fees to naval servants
S P Tuck	
T H Cudlip	
Special constable at Esquimalt, in absence of Constable Campbell at
Metlakatlah,                                                                  25 days @ $2.50
Special constable with Supt. Roycraft at Metlakatlah,   20       ,,       3
do.                                                             do.               5       ,,       2.50
do.                                                             do.               5       „       2.50
do.                                                             do.              6       ,,       2.50
do.                                                             do.              6       ,,       2.50
do.                                                             do.              5       ,,       2,60
do.                                                             do.              6       „       2.50
do.                                                             do.              5       „       2.50
do.                                                             do.              5       „       2.50
do.                                                                  do.                5        ,,        2.50
do.                                                         do.             1      ,,
do.     canoe and crew                  do.               from Port Simpson	
W Jenkins	
J A Smith	
D H Bonney	
J McColl	
J Cunningham	
T Wright	
C Spencer 	
Church M Society	
Provisions for Con. Anderson and crew of launch, S8.78 ; blankets, etc.,
for lock-up, $18.38	
J F Herring	
Witness fee in Metlakatlah Police Ct., and canoe hire f'm Essington, 3 ds.
18,894 86
1,677 22
69,072 74 114
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
cts.
H   cts.
*   cts.
Brought forward 	
18,894 85
1,677 22
69,072 74
XIIL—MISCELIiANEOUS.—Concluded
Vote No. 184.—Indian trouble at Metlakatlah.—Concluded.
Mrs Morrison	
Sarah Legaic	
C Rvan	
Services as Interpreter, Police Court                                   8 days @ $2.50
20 00
2 00
18 00
Hire of house at Metlakatlah for court purposes,              6 days @ S3
Vote No.  185.—Gratuity to the Daughters of the late <J.
Hudson Young, Deputy Treasurer (3 months salary).
1,717 22
C E Pooley, (Guardian)..
510 00
No Vote—(Actj49   Vic.) Consolidation of the Statutes.
500 0o
No  Vote.—Funeral of the late Don. W. Smithe.
C Hay ward   	
»B6 75
6 60
35 00
80 00
W Haynes	
B C Garrison Artillery ..
do.                                 	
■
1,118 26
18,894 85
72,918 21
Audit Office,
December loth, 1887.
J. MoB. SMITH,
Auditor. 51 Vic
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887
115
APPROPRIATION   AND   EXPENDITURE
FOE THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED 30th JUNE, 1887.
STATEMENT of Appropriation and Expenditure from 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887
showing also the sums unexpended and over-expended.
No
of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Total
Appropriation
Total
Expenditure.
Unexpended.
Over-
expended.
1
I.—Public Debt.
8 59,050 00
21,593 00
200 00
500 00
8 58,313 55
18,155 55
90 00
474 44
8   786 45
3,437 45
110 00
25 56
2
3
4
II.—Civil Government (Salaries).
81,343 00
77,033 54
4,309 46
5
1,500 00
13,390 00
8,400 00
9,480 00
5,040 00
9,105 00
1,460 00
425 00
9,400 00
2,100 00
1,200 00
3,500 00
1,500 00
13,778 75
5,803 00
8,845 00
5,040 00
8,500 61
1,450 00
450 00
9,399 98
2,220 00
1,200 00
3,466 69
6
2,597 00
635 00
$388 75
7
8
9
10
604 39
11
12
02
25 00
13
14
120 00
14A
15
34 31
III.—Administration oe Justice (Salaries).
64,990 00
61,753 03
3,770 72
533 76
16
2,760 00
2,000 00
960 00
9,562 00
840 00
92,32 00
1,800 00
11,320 00
5,784 00
5,480 00
2,280 00
2,460 00
1,500 00
6,440 00
6,660 00
1,440 00
720 00
4,200 00
1,500 00
2,760 00
2,000 00
960 00
9,572 00
840 00
8,781 98
840 00
8,705 76
6,784 00
5,480 00
2,280 00
2,460 00
1,740 00
3,457 77
6,660 00
1,070 00
100 00
4,200 00
875 00
17
Sheriffs	
18
19
20
21
450 02
960 00
2,614 24
22
23
24
Do.             Cariboo District	
25
26
27
28
2,082 23
29
30
81
Do.            Cowichan District	
370 00
620 00
32
33
34
Do.           Vancouver Island (Stipendiary Magistrate) ..
IV.—Legislation.
625 00
76,938 00
68,556 51
8,621 49
240 00
35
10,800
3,000
50
5,000
450
1,000
10,772 00
2,819 00
5 00
6,162 54
477 05
510 10
28 00
181 00
45 00
86
37
88
1,162 54
39
40
489 90
V.—Public Institutions (Maintenance).
20,300
20,745 69
743 90
1,189 59
41
2,800
800
7,650
2,722 98
379 91
6,730 38
77 02
420 09
919 62
41A
42
11,250
9,833 27
1,416 73
|
... 116
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
No
of
Vote.
43
44
46
46
47
48
49
50
61
52
53
54
55
66
57
58
59
60
61
64
65
70
71
72
73
73A
74
76
76
81
82
84
85
87
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
VI.—Hospitals and Charities.
Hospital, Victoria	
Do.       New "Westminster	
Do.      Cariboo	
Do.       Nanaimo	
Do.       Kamloops	
Do.       Allowance, Cassiar	
In aid of destitute poor and sick	
In aid of Resident Physician, Clinton	
Convalescent Home, Victoria	
Total
Appropriation
8 5,000 00
4,500 00
4,000 00
2,500 00
2,500 00
250 00
750 00
750 00
1,000 00
21,250 00
VII.—Administration of Justice (other than Salaries.)      J-
Summoning and Paying Jurors and Witnesses j 12,000 00
Prosecution and Interpreters   4,000 00
Expenses of Inquests ! 1,000 00
Criminal Punishments I 600 00
Rewards  ' 1,000 00
Keep of Prisoners I 16,000 00
Rents I 600 00
Special Constables  7,700 00
Transport of Constables and Prisoners | 8,000 00
Miscellaneous ' 3,809 00
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	
Kootenay 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 Exps., 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	
Repairs to Asylum for the Insane, New Westminster	
Repairs to Gaol at Victoria	
Do. New Westminster	
Do. Nanaimo	
Government Buildings, Granite Creek	
Do. Kootenay	
Hospital, Cariboo	
Gaol at Priest's Valley (removal, fencing, etc.)	
Court House, Victoria	
Furniture for Government Offices throughout the Province .
Improvement of Government Reserves	
Insurance of Government Buildings	
Public Schools, Victoria (repairs) ,	
Do. do.     (furniture)	
Do. do.      construction (Ward)	
Do. Nanaimo (fencing, etc.)	
Do. Wellington (repairs, etc.)	
Do. South Cowichan (construction and furniture)
Carried forward	
54,709 00
4,330 00
17,487 00
5,600 00
2,920 00
7,270 00
12,324 00
2,660 00
5,610 00
18,260 00
14,730 13
3,900 00
3,300 00
605 00
98,896 13
450 00
4,000 00
300 00
7,000 00
700 00
100 00
100 00
300 00
100 00
100 00
200 00
100 00
200 00
3,000 00
1,000 00
750 00
250 00
25,000 00
1,000 00
950 00
2,500 00
250 00
300 00
2,394 00
350 00
100 00
690 00
Total
Expenditure.
8 6,000 00
4,500 00
4,000 00
2,500 00
2,500 00
157 08
270 80
750 00
1,000 00
20,677 88
9,485 84
4,432 80
1,440 90
556 42
35 00
14,940 24
984 50
6,876 75
6,889 81
4,768 87
50,411 13
3,460 31
17,857 57
5,500 OO
2,904 00
7,145 42
12,136 23
2,465 60
5,686 46
15,654 87
12,332 31
1,738 28
3,283 00
325 16
90,489 21
40,434 00
128 95
3,428 63
304 36
3,861 94
689 37
7 10
74 14
379 70
104 63
174 84
21 03
197 96
45 00
1,474 43
750 00
247 50
17,442 90
696 90
1,196 88
2,648 50
174 04
289 27
2,39* 12
348 00
100 00
690 00
Unexpended.
Over-
expended.
30,146 21
92 92
479 20
572
12
2,514
16
43 58
965 00
1,059 76
823 25
1,110 19
6,516
94
869
69
16 00
124 58
187 77
194 40
2,605 13
2,397 82
2,161 72
17 00
279 84
8,853 95
321 05
571 37
10 63
92 90
178 97
100 00
2 04
2,955 00
2 50
7,557 10
303 10
75 96
10 73
11,316 79
432 80
440 90
384 50
959 87
2,218 07
370 57
447 03
79 70
4 53
74 84
474 43
246 88
148 50
1,029 00 51 Vic. Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
117
No.
of
Vote.
SERVICE.
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
123a
123b
123c
123d
123f.
12SF
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
181
182
138
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
152A
163
154
155
166
157
168
Brought forward	
XII.—Public Works.—Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Public School, Vesuvius Bay (construction and furniture)	
Do. North Cedar do. 	
Do. Boundary Bay do. 	
Do. North Arm do. 	
Do. Alder Grove do. 	
Do. East Langley do. 	
Do. St. Mary's Mission do. 	
Do, Granville do. 	
Do. Kamloops do. 	
Do. Nicola do. 	
Do. Priest's Valley do. 	
Do. Chilcotin do. 	
Do. Bonaparte do. 	
Do. Coldstream do. 	
Do. Grand Prairie do. 	
Do. Esquimalt (furniture)	
Do. New Westminster (furniture)	
Do. South Comox (construction)	
Do. throughout the Province (repairs, etc.)	
Lock-up, Richfield	
Do.       Lillooet	
Do.       150-Mile House	
Public School, Pleasant Valley (construction)	
Do. Alberni (construction)	
Do. Courtenay (completion)   	
Do. North Thompson (addition)	
Court House, Kamloops (completion and purchase of site)	
Office and residence for Agent at Forks of Quesnelle, to indem
nify W. Stephenson for extra disbursements	
Government House,   Victoria.
Repairs to Buildings	
Furniture	
Fencing	
Water	
Fuel and Light	
Improving Grounds	
Gardener 	
Miscellaneous	
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.
Total
Appropriation
840,434 00
600 00
600 00
600 00
600 00
000 00
600 00
673 00
3,553 00
1,600 00
600 00
600 00
500 00
500 00
600 00
500 00
150 00
230 00
630 25
700 00
750 00
600 00
863 00
752 00
500 00
140 00
226 00
859 00
750 00
60,310 25
Victoria District	
Esquimalt District	
Cowichan District	
Victoria and Nanaimo Trunk Road	
Salt Spring Island, and Islands at Plumper Pass..
Nanaimo District	
Alberni District   	
Alberni (Cameron Lake, Qualicum Road)	
Comox District	
New Westminster District	
Municipalities in New Westminster District	
Cowichan Municipality	
Trunk Road, New Westminster to Popcum	
Yale District	
Lillooet District	
Cariboo District	
Kootenay District   	
Cassiar District	
Main Trunk Road	
Lillooet Ferry (subsidy)   	
Soda Creek Ferry	
Colonization Roads, Vancouver Island	
Surveys,
Throughout the Province	
Exploratory Surveys	
Geological Surveys	
XIII.—Miscellaneous.
Advertising	
Stationery	
Postage	
Carried forward
350 00
250 00
250 00
800 00
800 00
100 00
600 00
50 00
3,200 00
10,300 00
8,000 00
9,000 00
3,000 00
2,100 00
8,000 00
3,500 00
8,600 00
3,650 00
25,000 00
6,000 00
1,000 00
2,000 00
26,000 00
9,000 00
10,500 00
9,000 00
1,000 00
38,000 00
750 00
200 00
2,000 00
Total
Expenditure.
830,146 21
186,500 00
8,000 00
4,000 00
2,500 00
14,500 00
2,500 00
3,700 00
2,500 00
Unexpended.
811,316 7S
47,897 42
397 91
256 03
150 65
530 52
851 82
102 50
600 00
137 65
3,026 98
10,470 79
8,016 15
8,866 12
2,953 57
2,220 37
7,996 98
3,000 73
8,262 50
3,773 38
24,681 17
6,000 00
1,000 00
2,000 00
25,661 18
8,069 50
10,212 55
9,011 17
778 67
40,130 81
750 00
200 00
1,361 92
185,417 66
5,044 98
4,382 91
1,886 72
2,144 64
3,109 09
2,500 76
7,754 49
Over
expended.
13,944 81
99 35
269 48
133 88
46 43
3 02
499 27
237 50
318 83
930 50
287 45
3,655 11
613 28
3,568 30
355 36
590 91
81,029 00
502 50 !     97 50  	
599 70 30 !	
595 00        5 00  	
600 00 !	
 I    600 00  	
 I    600 00 !	
673 00 j '	
3,604 50   ;    51 50
1,565 00 :     35 00 '	
600 00 I    	
520 00 '     80 00 I	
400 00 !     100 00  	
575 00 I '    75 00
      600 00 ,	
 1    500 00 !	
144 55        5 46  	
227 19        2 81  	
658 65   I    28 40
699 04 j        96  	
749 00 '      1 00 I	
810 00 !     210 00
875 08       12 08
762 00    	
594 00 j     94 00
172 00 |     32 00
226 00  	
859 00  	
750 00 ;	
946 27
1,531 98
47 91
6 03
51 82
2 50
87 56
195 81
170 79
16 16
11 17
2,136'si
2,572 67
382 91
76
76 118
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
No.
of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Total
Appropriation
Total
Expenditure.
Unexpended.
Over
expended.
88,700 00
1,500 00
2,600 00
350 00
250 00
1,000 00
300 00
200 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
250 00
250 00
250 00
750 00
400 00
1,000 00
2,000 00
100 00
250 00
37,600 00
2,000 00
600 00
3,050 00
556 20
5,100 00
1,080 17
1,717 22
510 00
$7,754 49
1,592 06
2,218 68
331 65
111 53
1,251 30
184 50
200 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
250 00
8946 27
$     76
159
XIII.—Miscellaneous.—Concluded.
92 06
160
281 32
18 35
138 47
161
162
163
251 30
164
115 50
165
Allowance to Officer at Kootenay (cleaning office, horse hire, &c.)
166
167
168
169
170
Do.                  Yale 	
250 00
171
250 00
750 00
577 95
1,000 00
1,490 10
110 00
6 25
37,500 00
1,567 15
600 00
3,334 34
556 20
4,856 37
1,080 17
1,717 22
510 00
1,118 25
500 00
172
173
177 95
174
B. C. Agricultural Association., in aid of a Provincial Exhibition
175
609 90
176
10 00
177
243 75
178
179
432 85
180
181
284 34
182
243 63
183
184
185
Gratuity to the Daughters of the late J. Judson Young, Deputy
1,118 25
500 00
73,663 59
72,918 21
3,180 04
2,434 66
Audit Office,
10th December,  1887.
J. McB. SMITH,
Auditor. 50 Vic.          Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.                119
UNPROVIDED ITEMS
IN EXPENDITURE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED 30th JUN
E, 1M7
their appropriation, from
ire the sanction of Parlia-
STATEMENT of Services the Expenditures of which have exceedec
1st July, 188G, to 30th June, 1887, and for which over-expenditi
ment is required.
SERVICE.
AMOUNT.
TOTAL.
II.—Civil Government (Salaries).
$388 75
25 00
120 00
III.—Administration of Justice.
240 00
IV.—Legislation.
1,162 54
27 05
VII. —Administration of Justice (other than Salaries).
432 80
440 90
384 50
959 87
VII.—Education.
S70 57
76 46
2,218 07
IX.—Transport.
447 OS
XI.—Revenue Services.
XII.—Public Works (Works and Buildings).
79 70
4 53
74 84
474 48
246 88
148 50
12
51 50
75 00
28 40
94 00
32 00
210 00
12 08
do.       150-Mile House	
Government House.
47 91
6 03
51 82
2 50
87 55
.
6,682 55 120
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
SERVICE.
Brought forward .
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.
Victoria     District	
Esquimalt     do	
Salt Spring Island, and Islands at Plumper Pass
Comox   District	
Kootenay   do	
Main Trunk Road	
Surveys.
Exploratory Surveys.
-Miscellaneous.
Postage	
Telegrams	
Refunds	
Telephone Service	
Destruction of Wolves and Panthers ..
Miscellaneous not detailed	
Funeral of the late Hon. Wm. Smithe .
Consolidation of Statutes	
Total.
AMOUNT.
170 79
16 15
120 37
123 38
11 17
2,180 81
76
92 06
261 30
177 95
10 00
284 34
1,118 25
500 00
TOTAL.
1,672 67
382 91
812,072 79
A udit  Office.
luth December, 181/7.
J. McB. SMITH,
Auditor. 51  Vic.
Public Accounts; 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
121
LAPSED    BALANCES   OF   APPROPRIATIONS
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED 30th JUNE, 1887.
STATEMENT of Balances of Appropriations at the credit of the following services, for the
Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1887 which lapsed by authority of Act 49 Vic, chap. 21,
and Act 50 Vic, chap. 30*
SERVICE.
I.—Public Debt.
Interest 	
Sinking Fund.	
Premium and Exchange ..
Discount and Commission .
II.—Civil Government (Salaries).
Treasury Department	
Lands and Works Department.	
Land Registry Office	
Asylum for the Insane	
Temporary Departmental Assistance
III.—Administration of Justice (Salaries).
IV.-
Police and Gaols, New Westminster.
Do. New Westminster District	
Do. Kootenay do.    .. j	
Do. Sirnilkameen do	
Do. Cowichan do	
Do. Comox do.
Do. Vancouver Islaud (Stipendiary Magistrate)
-Legislation.
Indemnity to Members	
Mileage 	
Registration of Voters.	
Journals and Statutes Binding
V.—Public Institutions (Maintenance).
Printing Office, Victoria	
Assay Office 	
Asylum for the Insane    .
VI.—Hospitals and Charities.
Hospital Allowance, Cassiar	
In Aid of Destitute Poor and Sick
-Administration of Justice (other than Salaries).
Summoning and paying Jurors and Witnesses   ..
Criminal Punishments	
Rewards	
Keep of Prisoners	
Special Constables	
Transport of Prisoners and Constables	
VIII.-
-Eduoation.
Education Office	
Esquimalt District	
Cowichan District	
Nanaimo District	
Comox District	
New Westminster District.
Hope-Yale District	
Lillooet District	
Cariboo District	
Kootenay District	
IX. —Transport.
Freight on Remittances ,  	
Travelling Expenses of Officers on Duty.
XII.—Public Works.
Works and Buildings.
Repairs to Government Buildings and Fences, Victoria	
Do. do. do.       New Westminster.
Do. do. do.       Nanaimo	
Do.       ' Gaol at Victoria	
Carried forward
Balances.
?  736
45
3,437
45
no
00
25
56
2,597
00
535
00
604
39
02
34
31
450 02
960
00
2,614
24
2,982
23
370
00
620
00
026
0:)
28 00
181
00
45
00
489
90
77 02
420 09
919 02
479 20
Total.
$ 4,39
3,770 72
1,416 73
2,514 16
43 68
96.. 00
1,059 70
8.3 25
1,110 19
6,515 94
81i9 69
16 00
124 58
187 77
194 40
2,605 13
2,397 82
2,161 72
17 00
279 84
8,853 95
321 05
571 37
892 42
10 63
92 90
25 86
178 97
308 36
35,696 73 122
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887.
SERVICE.
Brought forward.
XII.—Public Works.—Concluded.
Works and Buildings—Concluded.
Repairs to Gaol at New Westminster	
Do. do.       Nanaimo	
Government Buildings at Granite Creek	
Gaol at Priest's Valley (removal, fence, etc.) .
Court House, Victoria	
Furniture, Government Offices	
Public Schools, Victoria (repairs)
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
do.      (furniture)	
Nanaimo (fencing, etc.)	
Vesuvius Bay (construction and furniture) .
Lock-up, Richfield .
North Cedar do.
Boundary Bay do.
Alder Grove do.
East Langley do.
Kamloops do.
Priest's Valley do.
Chilcotin do.
Coldstream do.
Grand Prairie	
Esquimalt (furniture)	
New Westminster (furniture),
throughout the Province	
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Government House, Victoria.
Furniture	
Fencing	
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.
Cowichan District	
Victoria and Nanaimo Trunk Road	
Nanaimo District	
Alberni District	
Alberni (Cameron Lake-Qualicum Road)
New- Westminster District	
Yale do	
Lillooet do	
Cariboo do	
Cassiar do	
Colonization Roads, Vancouver Island ..
Surveys.
Throughout the Province.
Geological Survey	
X III. —MISCELLANEOUS.
Advertising  	
Stationery	
Fuel and light   	
Library, Legislative and Departmental	
Do.      Attorney-General's Department	
Premium on Guarantee Bonds   	
Fire Department, Yale	
In aid of Prospecting and Explorations	
Transport and Accommodation of Geological Collection .
Museum	
Immigration	
Total.
Balances.
$   308 36
100 00
2 04
955 00
2 50
557 10
303 10
75 96
10 73
2 00
97 50
30
5 00
600 00
600 00
35 00
80 00
100 00
600 00
500 00
5 45
2 81
96
1 00
133 88
46 43
3 02
499 27
237 50
318 83
338 82
930 50
28l7 45
221 33
2,955 02
613 28
355 36
590 91
281 32
18 35
138 47
115 50
250 00
509 90
243 75
432 85
243 63
Total.
$35,696 73
3,180 04
60,413 82
Audit Office,
Kith December, 1887.
J. McB. SMITH,
Auditor. REVENUE.
cent.
Dominion of Canada :—■
Annual payment of Interest, at 5 per Cent. ..
Do. Subsidy   	
Do. Grant per capita	
Do.        for Lands to be conveyed in trust.
Land Sales	
Land Revenue	
Ltents (exclusive of Land)	
,,    (Pastoral Leases)	
„    (Ferries)	
„     (TimberXeases)	
Free Miners' Certificates	
Mining Receipts, General	
Licences	
Fines, Forfeitures, and Fees...
Fees of Office	
Assay Fees	
Sale of Government Property..
Reimbursements in aid	
Miscellaneous Receipts	
Sale of School Books	
Marriag'e Licences	
Road Tolls	
Arrears, Real Estate Tax (1 per
Provincial Revenue Tax	
School Tax	
Real Property Tax	
Personal Property Tax	
Income Tax	
Wild Land Tax	
Delinquency on Taxes	
2% per cent. Commission on Tax
Printing Office Receipts	
Supreme Court Fees ..   	
County Court Fees	
Law Stamps	
Registry Fees	
Immigration Refunds	
Interest	
Sumass Dyking Act, 1878, Refunds
Victoria City Tax	
Real Estate Tax Redemption
Revenue Service Refunds	
Road Tax 	
Survey Fees	
Asylum for the Insane	
Sale of Consolidated Statutes
Assessment Act Suspense Account
Immigration	
Guarantee Premium Refunds
Graving Dock 	
Chinese Tax	
Bridge Tolls	
Interest on Investment of Sinking
Tax. Sale Deeds	
Chinese Regulation Act, 1884
26a
TABLE    NO. I
Comparative  Statement of the  Receipts and   Expenditure of the  Province of  British  Columbia.
Prom the 20th July to 31st December,  1871, 1872, 1873, 1874, 1875, 1876, 1877, 1878,     1st January to 30th June. 1879, 1879-80 1880-81, 1881-82. 1882-83, 1883-84, 18S4-85, and   1885-86.
1871.
20th July
31st Dec.
(six months)
Dominion Government, advance on Graving Dock account (43
Do. do.        Graving Dock Settlement (47 Vic. chap.
416,500 00
17,500 00
24,000 00
50,000 00
8,868 71
2,724 00
1872.       i        1873.       [        1874.
1st January , 1st January 1st January
31st Dec.
:, Cap. 8)
«)	
Deposits	
British Columbia Loan Act, 1874	
Do.        do.  1876	
Do.        do.   1877 	
Do.        do.   1881	
42 Vic, Chap. 28, Statutes of British Columbia	
Dominion of Canada, 37 Vic, Chap. 17, sec. 2, Statutes of Canada, and
37 Vic, Chap. 1, sec 1, Statutes of British Columbia 	
4,760 00
8,135 91
9,618 56
7,466 84
2,900 62
2,390 59
214 12
179
947 50
28,622 92
5,583 93
431,000 00
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
4,269 22
6,079 76
2,226 68
8,377 50
7,552 50
44,410 00
10,097 16
5,431 16
1,871
2,121 54
1,626 71
455 66
714 44
1,949 49
2,914
"239
8,079
327,215 54
944 92
$39,147 22
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
10,636 99
7,235 43
" $46,977 69
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
23,617 86
5,985 49
6,715 00
4,937 73
30,388 06
11,264 92
4,701 66
1,251 75
8,060 25
28,363 34
135 00
11,187 50
7,786 03
25,387 50
12,197 95
3,935 63
"l,268 io
19,330 54
302 70
370,150 38
9,611 76
390
1,11.7
1,892
'  147
23,068
372,417 51
5,449 99
189,150 00
1875.
1876.
1877.
1878.
1879.
I
1st January 1st January 1st January 1st JanuaryJIst January
31st Dec.      31st Dec.       31st Dec.
442,029 09
35,000 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
6,059 41
230 75
j 30th June,
.(six months)
1880-81.
1st July
8,762 50
7,009 00
26,926 27
11,644 61
5,082 3.
1,1.76 i
10,978 5
248 73
17,380
10,037 50
7,669 00
29,190 69
12,098 44
3,607 95
1,047 28
18,161 04
189 49
355 66
27,581 54
155 56
' 16,182 17
9,229 45
8,129 79
454 93
2,118 51
825,093 56
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
22.119 79
5,414 45
$25,093 561 812,546 78 825,086 23
35,000 OOI 17,500 00| 35,000 00
48,000 00 24,000 00 j 48,000 00
100,000 00 50,000 00' 100,000 00
40,092 66
3,982 01
939 00
351,240 92
10,087 50
6,909 00
26,896 50
11,345 03
4,338 48
843 19
9,750 47
131 50
535 66
29,070 66
134 26
20,130 66
25,060 92
12,870 45
1,460 15
7,641 20
40 71
54 87
27 00
1,634 96
11,925 00
8,593 75
■>A,72ti  20
5,076 22
3,312 90
596 75
1,290 44
7,582 83
174 49
664 65
532 50
32,435 72
119 68
21,692'25
25,389 26
12,186 80
1,255 87
9,630 93
999 10
"24i'38
1,236 45
527 20
26,034 46
1,689 44
30 00
4,625 00
2,076 50
10,887 50
856 60
120 50
240 501
287 65
269 19
146 00,
70 53
290 0(>:
S,397 46
26 74j.
16,690'66
10,640 89
11,494 56.
609 22
0,888 28
1,083 65,
31 44.
187 97
683 19!
683 05
22,032 44
3,801 00
628 50
25 56
150 00
1,263 41
9,527 501
5,413 50
25,301 10
2,811 00
59 25
701 25 J
414 351
899 45!
909 25:
107 96|
530 00
32,158 47
130 90
' 25,5i8'66
11,212 58
11,470 03
1.217 85
5.218 45
1,329 23
6 88
475 29
1,894 09
4,570 63
825,019 12
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
16,570 38
4,540 25
335 00
1881-82.
1st July
1882-83.
1st July
30th June.    30thJune.
1883-84.
1st July
1884-85.
1st July
30th Junk.    30th June.
10 50
77 79
881,119 92  408,348 29
381,119 92'  408.348 29
2,664
1,499
28
35
5
07
991
16
55
78 75
43 50
117 00
2,586 83
275 00
401 28,
448 39
55j.
2 19 .
205 91
'"to'ooI
413 31
20 00
4,742 43
326 30
2,610 57;
1,300 00
172 18
39 89;
702 50
371 01
26 00
138 00
128 SI
440 57
2,047 50.
180 00
667 59
8,900 00
5,348 50
26,365 00
2,623 45
11 25
865 50
61 25
2,378 01
1,380 07
151 42
746 00
40,065 04
181 93
27,246 00
12,710 80
18,708 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
21 281
152 37
228 32
200 00:
1,225 18
10 00,
146 91
261 80
  . . . I.
1,029 24
10 00
424,366 S3 * 24,095 66
35,000 00 35,000 00'
48,000 001 48,000 00;
100,000 00 100,000 00;
19.178 28
3,927 00
321 16
20 OO!
75 00;
472 00I
6,982 50;
4,426 50;
21,452 50
4,518 00 j
10 OOi
808 25!
4,510 78
1,468 56
6,008 21
685 00
42,000 67
130 19
28,920 00
828 00
12,244 35
12,934 28
' 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
163 00
67 30
355 00
641 70
15 00
2 62
20 90
2,507 93
170 00
26,034
57
2,1)16
50
310
00
25
00
125 00
593 38
6,625
00
3,430
60
18,605
00
2.029
25
5
00
977
75
229 90
1,277 78
11,618 95
45
48
835
00
89,728 29
125 12
47,618 00
12,203
94
13,554
43
927
55
5,162 92
i 24,995 06
35,000 00.
48,000 00
100,000 00
91,432 67
4,953 50
207 00
4 29,151
35,000 00
48,000 00
lon.OOO 00
174,679 41
5,341 25
180 00
150 00
1,820 69
7,607 60j
6,292 50
17,770 00
5,098 25
774 92
1,356 03
213,057 74,  390,907 91  397,085 06]
■2,847 80
7,:")82 87
238 50
572 85
93 02
19 75
13 13
462 50
448 56
15 00
13 50
125 98
3,098 77
130 00
405,583 49  425,808 15
47,660 22
12,507 24 6,192 48'
68,000 00 82,850 00
86,000 00!
339,150 00
Totals .
8,160 46:  379,762 14  567,017 60  760,898 16
3,761 08
20,000 00 .
4,600 00!.
727.500 00!.
213,057 74!  390,907 91
*508 IS I
4.226 01      21 20    1,676 74
453,243 71 j  425,808 15
1,378 26,   1,092 17
874 35
995 25
3,796 35
18,460 50
34 52
1,175 00
29,408 38
79 04
48,686 00
"ls.sei'jo
15,258 27
968 57
5.402 01
175 00
674 57
8,155 00
4,601 00
22,215 00
7,220 10
 7
206 25
1,130 00
22,009 50
59'!34
64,029 00
17J833'i9
16,788 34
989 67
7,657 27
24
1,594 74
2,162 118
1 22
1,672 72
2,030 20
3,168 801
9,739 19
S51 90
75 75
SO 13
725 00
44 10
25 00
6,081 97
310 00
503,173 71
134,512 66
250,000 00
887,686 37
3,59.8 58
606,162 40 1,164,109 37
480,512 00  213,587 07 ■     392,484 65;  397,035 06
454,621 97
8,544 95
10,778 81
60 00
3,525 30
151 08
109 75
74 80
430 00
88 75
10 00
4,605 18
90 00
1,780 00
600,398 61
2,398 88
489,400 32  891,270 95  002,797 49
1885-80.
1st July
30th June.
4 29,161 06
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
77,502 20
4,686 33
135 00
150 00
3,266 90
18,840 00
8,536 75
28,340 00
6,482 90
77 50
788 89
2,251 54
1,634 76
l',6l6'66
7,251 61
53 21
65,907 00
22,077 88
16,952 13
1,707 75
8,418 58
8 33
1,408 27
3,405 50
8,688 90
11,160 63
79 83
124 60
67 31
270 00
10 00
5,552 72
30 00
10 00
514,719 52
514,719 52
561 95
155,281 47
EXPENDITURE.
1871.
20-th July
81st Deo.
six months)
.—Public Debt:—
Interest '.	
Sinking Fund " Loan Act, 1874," including Interest invested
So.       (Trustees' account), "Loan Act, 1877,"	
Do. do. do.    Interest invested
Premium and Exchange	
Discount and Commission	
* Redemption of Debentures	
1872.
1st January
to
31st Dec
1873.
1st January
31st Dec.
1874.
PJanuary
4 2,873 96      8 8,194 89!    8     688 48
II.—Civil Government (Salaries)	
III.—Administration of Justice (Salaries).
-Legislation	
IV.-
V,-
101,935 85|       77,281 99!       86,310 75
-Public Institutions (Maintenance):—
Assay Office	
Printing Office	
Lunatic Asylum	
VI.—Hospitals and Charities 	
VII.—Administration of Justice (other than Salaries):
Administration of Justice	
Police and Gaols	
VIII.—Education	
IX. —Transport	
X.—Kent   	
XI.—Revenue Services	
XII.-
XIII,-
-Public Works :—
Works and Buildings	
Government House, Victoria	
Roads, Streets, and Bridges 	
Surveys	
Do.     Sumass Dyking Scheme   	
** Graving Dock 	
Do. Contract No. 3 (42 Vic, e. 20).
-Miscellaneous:—
Miscellaneous Expenditure	
Drawbacks and Refund of Duties	
Real Estate Tax Redemption	
Immigration	
Royal Commission (Texada)	
Municipalities	
t Indian Commission  	
t Kootenay Royal Commission  	
Allowances	
Office Contingencies 	
Pensions, Gratuities, &c  	
3,938 61
2,767 85
9,889 55
2,578 06
2,632 OS
117 02
712 88
2,858 13
21,284 70
12,676 22!
412 25
14,816 10
11,719 93
4,912 40
35,266 62
26,435 78
7,164 86
1,161 50
353 24!
24,125 70J       i1,646 79
158,870 71      100,601 11
11,871 49
11,991 ■
4,111 51
14,046 63
6,611 45
25,074 52
39,999 89
6,094 60
498 53
1,471 63
36,732 33
185 29
18 00
2,938 16
42,949 13
681 63
2,689 31
4,293 85
12.067 67
6,234 11
21,393 11
38,908 30
6,678 63
344 60
5,632 02
290,354 40
32,202 55
1,601 66
20 00
143 65
1,890 16
886 19
485 00
2,082 31
300 00
1875.
1st January
31st Dec.
1876.
1st January
1877.
1st January
8  8,858 50     8 14,948 93     4 40,674
7,275 00
•if 36,376'66
see below *
; below *
87,099 731       91,190 07.       93,442 16
14,111 59        16,997 141       15,671 47
572 87! 773 58 531 20
5,57S 58 1,912 43! 1,433 63
6,885 98| 9,926 93; 9,357 55
17,679 1SJ 14,214 80 14,582 89
5,669 20
20,288 77:
38,891 42i
4,401 09;
864 60
4,327 85
48,672 35
266,888 89
31,493 05
7,889 80:
18,083 56
44,506 11
3,101 09
274 20i
7,178 02!
8,268 31
25,891 05
47,129 63
3,231 19
229 20
9,457 31
46,174 04 40,396 75
289,980 44 206,891 41
14,302 89 18,825 38
 i 443 11
106,532 68, 40,142 44
37,110 90|       80,680 30
494 56
451 18
5,735 44
44 00
10,000 00
2,140 00
150 00
5,250 00
2,108 70
Deposits repaid   	
Sinking- Fund (Trustees' Account) Loan of 1877, Interest invested .
Dominion Savings Bank, Intei'est invested, Loan Act, 1874	
": Redemption.
British Columbia Loan Act, 1874 	
97,69181      432,082 71:     872,618 64;     583,355 89,     614,658 89      728,310 01
! I j [
 i i         8,299 98!            926 681         1,217 65; 1,799 95
2,240 00
7,750'66
8 97,691 81 j  432,082 71:  380,918 62
213,400 00,  66,600 00
584,281 57  829,276 541  796,709 !
685,046 34
13,298 40
8,344 74
1878.
st January
31st Dec
1879.
1st January
to
30th June.
(six MONTHS)
4 52,072 94j   4 24,467 48
543 00 	
14,550 00; 7,275 00
488 60
65,500 00
89,388 40
28,454
776 48
2,144 29
10,168 65
15,158 96
9,814 19
21,827 14
43,334 01
2,269 SO
78 50
6,755 78
14,444 36
77,832 54
8,008 88
1,877 72
18,871 21
30,734 76
"i',666'66
2,625 00
"84i'55
614,878 83
4,091 35
361 33
400 25
25,000 00
19,663 36
18,791 25
12,676 37
551 04
655 95
2,905 14
6,013 75
7,433 72
22,110 70
408 62
24 25
1,301 25
4,079 06
20,227 59
320 82
529 00
4,eS3 27
1879-80
1st July
. 97
186,715 20
1,646 56
518,970 18
188,861 70
448,235 00
543 00
14,650 00
3e below.
832 50
842 93
20,000 00
40,948 63
44,343 C 4
12,990 59
764 66
672 86
6,466 72
17,853 62
37,115 63
46,761 12
3,718 28
48 50
7,499 65
8,405 39
872 79
97,697 07
131 00
1,895
14,018 78
19,887 97
1880-81. '  1881-82.
1st July ] 1st July
to        TO
30th June.    30th June.
847,010 00      445,473 89
543 00
14,550 00
see below.
617 64
243 19
619 48
14,550 00
2,431 45
240 00
488 97
20,000 00
41,468 27 42,626 46
44,620 84 47,166 54
12,775 45        13,320 45
579 89
1,780 49
6.218 59
15,912 I
29,133 27
47,157 07
05
443 90
1,305 30
5,170 52
15,823 94
21,837 02
49,265 24
1,843 28
84 50 j    822 50
7,519 96!   3,978 38
446,574 99
8,013 74
2,501 27
64 S6
11,308
700
67,339
565
1,929
4,297
20,777 CO
18,270 78
4,072 35
76,915 82
696 99
300 00
19,151 OS
48,596 27
19,017 67
1882-8S.
1st July
1883-84.
1st July
30th June.
1884-85.
1st July
4 46,946 51
594 56
14,550 00
3,047 21
173 26
483 44
5,500 00
4 45,327 00
699
14,550 00
4448 32
240 00
47,584 22
724 65
14,550 00
5,900 32
180 00
513 80I    583 77
12,500 00'
44,088 82   47,322 93   55,851 06
378,778 1
980 79
48 45
457,144 36  379,807 98  474,491 79
474,428 23
63 56
46,380 49
17,382 80
559 77
1,379 46
5,862 51
17,147 25
31,046 15
60,823 62
1,679 99
773 60
3,973 70
21,313 35
7,620 48
112,258 77
956 11
60,886'91
28,082 93
48,917 80;  68,888
14,813 21   14,414 27
06!    196 25
1,691 64    2,459 26
7,077
6,587 85
17,757 68
17,326 60
48,662 12 j 45,904 87
I
58,361 2S; 71,151 62
6,510 641 4,087
48 60 48 60
4,584 51, 8,219 37
694,101 92
1,071 79
595,173 71
4
180
3
32,007 14
3,391 69
177,071 78
2,791 33
1,684 87
37,210 95!      46.
,160 02
,256 41
,379 04
,317 83
590,629 02
655,437 86
587 29
656,025 15
1885-86.
1st  July
to
30th June.
8 49,187 41
727 42
14,550 00
5,868 30
150 00
489 01
** Graving Dock in 1872, -33,752 19, expenses for preliminary survey, advertising, &c, brought to account in Works and Buildings Expenditure.
Do. 187S,   2,716 85,       do. do. do. do. ($216.35) in Works aud Buildings, and (42,500) in Miscellaneous.
I Indian Commission in 1877, 411,405 77, brought to account in Miscellaneous Expenditure.
Do. 1878,    2,170 55 do. do.
Do. 1879, 550 00 do. do.
63,171 84
70,937 62
14,452 79
390 84
7,366 50
6,433 76
19,423 00
72,941 70
79,527 66
4,567 88
48 50
9,706 06
91
3
215:
7:
247 86
496 95
130 74
116 82
772,211 35
200 90
772,412 25
t Kootenay Royal Commission, 1879, $142 92.     do. do.
II This item ($36,375) being 4 per cent, discount on Loan of 1877 for £150,000     $29,100 00
1       ,,        commission to Bank B. C. on ,,              7 276 00
436,375 00
is charged to "Miscellaneous Expenditure" in the Ledger, but was omitted in the Account Current and Detailed Statements for 1877
as published. The amount of the Loan for.1877 is entered in the Account Current for that year as $691,125, instead of $727,500, and
" Miscellaneous Services" at $55,806.83, instead of 892.181.83, as entered in the Ledger; Discount and Commission, $86,375, having
been left out.
Alfred  Flett,
Deputy Treasurer.
The following Expenditure in connection with the Loan of 1877, is also charged to "Miscellaneous Services" of that year, as
Expenses); of B. C. Loan, viz. :—
Exchange on drafts  $938 00
Payment of services, H. H. Hughes     131 25
Expenses and do.,     T. L. Stahlsehmidt 2,572 48
Telegrams
3,641 68
..1,001 67
$4,643 86
NOTE. TA.liljE No. 1 terminates with the year ending
30th .Tune, 1886. The Statement will be continued on TABI<E
No 2, from 1st July, 1886, Notk. For statement of Receipts and Expenditure
from 20th July, 1871, to 30th June, 1886, see Table
No. 1 on preceding page.
26b.
TABLE NO. 2.
COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF THE RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE OF THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA,
From  1st July,  I88S,  to 30th Jane,   1887.
Dominion of Canada :•-
Annual payment of Interest	
Do. Subsidy 	
Do. Grant per capita .
Do. for Lands conveyed .
Land Sales	
Land Revenue 	
Survey Pees 	
Rents (exclusive of Land) .
,,     (Timber Leases) ....
,,     (Ferries)	
Free Miners' Certificates ..
Mining Receipts General .
Licences 	
Marriage Licences	
Real Property Tax	
Personal Property Tax   	
Wild Land Tax	
Income Tax	
Provincial Revenue Tax	
Registered Taxes (all denominations, arrears) ...' .
Tax Sale Deeds	
Revenue Service (refunds)	
Commission on Sales for Taxes (2^ per cent.)	
Fines and Forfeitures	
Law Stamps	
Probate Fees "	
Registry Fees	
Assay Office Fees	
Asylum for the Insane	
Printing Office Receipts	
Sale of Government Property	
Re-imbursements in aid	
Interest	
Chinese Restriction Act, 1884 (Dominion Statute) .
Miscellaneous Receipts	
Interest on Investment of Sinking Funds
Deposits (Intestate Estates, etc.).
* 29,161
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
,776
,667
275
165
,319
45
850
,915
500
,240
331
,301
,154
,191
,559
87
10
121
2
,325
,830
,589
,452
314
715
,605
387
502
19
,525
,404
537,335 63
3,062 56
540,398 18
1,118 77
541,616 95
EXPENDITURE.
I.---Public Debt:-
Interest	
Sinking Fund, "Loan Act, 1874," including Interest invested
Do. (Trustees' account) " Loan Act, 1877"
Do. do.       Interest invested, do.
Premium and Exchange	
Discount and Commission .	
II.—Civil Government (Salaries)	
III.    Administration or Justice (Salaries)	
IV.—Legislation 	
V.—Public Institutions (Maintenance) :—
Printing Office   	
Assay Office	
Asylum for the Insane	
VI.—Hospitals and Charities	
VII.—Administration oy Justice (other than Salaries)	
VIII.—Education	
IX.—Transport   	
X.—Rent 	
XI.—Revenue Services   	
XII.—Public Works :—
Works and Buildings	
Government House, Victoria	
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves	
Surveys	
XIII.- -Miscellaneous	
Deposits (Intestate Estates, etc.) repaid	
Total	
$ 58,313 55
642 96
14,650 00
2,962 60
90 00
474 44
61,753 OS
68,656 51
20,746 69
2,722 98
379 91
6,730 38
20,677 88
50,411 18
90,489 21
3,861 94
48 50
7,321 96
47,897 42
3,026 98
185,417 66
11,314 61
72,918 21
731,307 44
7 25
731,314 69
Treasury,
10th December, 1887.
ALFRED FLETT,
Deputy Treasurer. 26c
Dr.
The Treasurer in  account Current with the Province of British Columbia.
FOR   THE   YEAR    ENDED   30TH   JUNE,    1887.
CR.
Heads ok Receipts.
Dominion of Canada:—
Yearly payment of Interest	
Do. Subsidy	
Do. Grant per capita....
Do. for Lands conveyed .
Land Sales	
,,   Revenue	
Rents (exclusive of Land)	
,,    (Ferries)	
„     (Timber Leases)	
Survey Fees	
Free Miners' Certificates	
Mining Receipts, General	
Licences	
Fines ,
Assay Fees	
Sale of Government Property..
Re-imbursements in aid	
Miscellaneous Receipts	
Marriage Licences	
Provincial Revenue Tax	
Real Property Tax	
Personal Property Tax	
Income Tax	
Wild Land Tax	
Tax Sale Deeds   	
Printing (Mice Receipts	
Supreme Court (Probate Fees).
Law Stamps	
Registry Fees 	
Interest ,
Asylum for the Insane •	
1-tevenue Service (Refunds)	
Interest on Investments of Sinking Fund	
2^% Commission on Tax Sales	
" Chinese Restriction Act, 1884 " (Dominion Statutes)	
(Arrears, Real Estate Tax $46.76
Registered Taxes (all denominations, arrears) -j Real Estate Tax Redemption .. 30.76
( Road Tax (arrears)     9.62
Total Receipts of Revenue ..
Personal Accounts
E. Duncan
H. Fry,
II. O. Wellburn,
W. H. Dempster
Geo. Kenney,
H. Nicholson,
J. Maxwell,
A. Graham,
J. C. Mollet,
John Puetz,
C. Booth,
W. K. Bull,
Bank of British Columbia (account current)	
Island Railway Lands  	
British Columbia Loan Trustees (Loan, 1887)   	
Deposits (Intestate Estates, &c.)	
W. A. Johnston, Contractor, Sections 5 and 6, Main Trunk Road	
Dominion Government	
Cache Creek Boarding School	
C. Vernon (late Collector, Osoyoos)	
J. Glassey (late Toll Collector)	
J. Clapperton,  Collector,   Nicola. '	
Comox	
Cowichan	
do	
Skeena	
Omineca	
Osoyoos	
Salt Spring Island	
Lome Creek	
Alberni	
Mayne Island	
Victoria	
do	
H. B. Roycraft, Superintendent of Police	
Thos. Elwyn, Deputy Provincial Secretary	
C. J. Leggatt, Registrar-General of Titles	
J. E. McMillan, Registrar under Marriage Ordinance	
The Honourable the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works	
J. C. Prevost, Registrar. Supreme Court	
The Honourable the Provincial Secretary (Advance Account)	
The Honourable the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works (Advance Account).
The Honourable the Attorney-General (Advance Account)	
S. D. Pope, Superintendent of Education (Advance Account)	
Cash In hands of Deputy Treasurer on 1st July, 1886.
Do.
0. Warwick, Sub-Accountant
New Westmi
Do.
A. W. Vowell.
do.
Kootenay,
Do.
J. Bowron,
do.
Cariboo,
Do.
P. Hussey,
do.
Lytton,
Do.
Wm. Dodd,
do.
Kamloops,
Do.
G. C. Tunstall,
do.
Sirnilkameen
Do.
P. Soues,
do.
Clinton,
Do.
M. Bray,
do.
Nanaimo,
Do.
W. Dewdney,
do.
Okanagan,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Fiscal Year
1st Jiilt, 1886,
TO
30th June, 1887
t 29,161 06
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
88,776 20
8,667 63
165 00
45 00
7,319 14
275 00
12,850 00
6,915 25
27,500 00
6,325 30
314 25
387 85
502 25
2,404 27
1,240 00
62,559 00
40,331 32
22,801 69
2,191 67
9,154 78
10 00
2,605 78
1,589 23
3,880 64
13,452 70
19 31
715 59
121 20
8,062 65
2 98
2,525 00
570,590
7,124
25
1,118
10,636
44
1,968
309
202
10,162
964
5,288
978
451
182
187
736
1,614
779
263
32,209
825
7,092
3,447
7,001
555
70,930
2,034
2,055
4,011
600
300
1,447
5,767 69
1,734 29
686 80
1,167 41
1,041 53
1,481 92
1,089 61
951 05
1,121 16
11,301,567 29
Heads oe Expendituhk.
Fiscal Year,
1st Jiilv, 1886,
to
80th June, 1887.
I.—Public Debt:-
Interest $ 58,313 65
Sinking Fund (Bank of British Columbia), Loan Act, 1874 .. 642 95
Do.           (Trustees' account),  Loan Act, 1877  14,650 00
Do.           Accrued Interest invested      do  2,962 60
Premium and Exchange  90 00
Discount and Commission  474 44
U.—Civil Government (Salaries)	
III.—Administration of Justice (Salaries) .
IV. —Legislation	
V.—Public Institutions (maintenance):
Assay Office	
Printing Office	
Asylum for the Insane	
» 379 91
2,722 98
6,730 38
VI.—Hospitals and Charities	
VII.—Administration of Justice (other than Salaries) .
VIII.—Education	
IX.—Transport	
X.—Rent	
XI.—Revenue Services....:	
XII.-  Public Works:—
Works and Buildings  S 47,897 42
Government House, Victoria       3,026 98
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves    185,417 56
Surveys     11,314 61
XIII.—Miscellaneous
Total Expenditure....
Personal Accounts.
Bank of British Columbia. Account Current.
Island Railway Lands   	
Deposits (Intestate Estates, &e.)	
W. A. Johnston, Contractor, Sections 5 and 6, Main Trunk Road'
Shuswap & Okanagan Railway Company	
Corporation of the City of Vancouver	
.1. Clapperton, Collector, Nicola.
E. Duncan,
H. Fry,
H. O. Wellburn,
W. H. Dempster
Geo. Kenney,
J. Nicholson,
J. Maxwell,
A. Graham,
J. C. Mollet,
Jno. Puetz,
0. Booth,
W. K. Bull,
Comox   	
Cowichan	
do	
Skeena	
Omineca	
Osoyoos	
Salt Spring Island	
Lome Creek	
Alberni	
Mayne Island	
Victoria 	
do	
H. B. Roycraft, Superintendent of Police	
Thos. Elwyn, Deputy Provincial Secretary	
C. J. Leggatt, Registrar-General of Titles	
J. E. McMillan, Registrar under Marriage Ordinance	
The Hon. the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works	
J. C. Prevost, Registrar Supreme Court	
The Hon. the Provincial Secretary (Advance Account)	
The Hon. the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works (Advance Account)	
The Hon. the Attorney-General (Advance Account) 	
S. D. Pope, Superintendent of Education (Advance Account)	
J. L. Crimp, Sub-Accountant, Cassiar, on 30th June, 1886 	
Cash in hands of Deputy Treasurer on 30th June, 1887 ,	
Do. C. Warwick, Sub-Accountant, New Westr., on SOth June, 1887.
Do.
J. Bowron,
do
Do.
F.  Hussev,
do.
Do.
Wm. Dodd,
do
Do.
G. C. Tunstall,
do.
Do.
F. Soues,
do.
Do.
M. Bray,
do.
Do.
W. Dewdney,
do.
Do.
J. L. Crimp,
do.
Cariboo,
Lytton,
Kamloops,
Sirnilkameen,
Clinton,
Nanaimo,
Okanagan
Cassiar,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
77,033 64
61,753 OS
68,556 61
20,745 69
9,883 27
20,677 88
50,411 13
90,489 21
3,861 94
48 50
247,656 57
72,918 21
731,807 44
385,643 58
12,981 76
7 26
10,636 15
737 95
8,033 91
9,324 60
964 31
5,292 71
978 98
451 00
182 50
157 50
736 11
1,614 00
738 87
263 50
32,209 43
825 00
7,092 60
3,447 73
7,001 25
555 00
70,930 17
2,034 25
2,055 53
4,011 86
600 00
300 00
106 60
1,703 25
63 73
99 93
1,411 17
115 17
S10 66
476 20
(40 11
78 80
146 83
t 1,301,667 29
Examined and found correct.
J. McB.
Wth December, 1887.
SMITH,
Auditor.
ALFRED FLETT,
Deputy Treasurer. 2(iD
REVENUE FOR THE  FISCAL YEAR   ENDED 30th JUNE,  1887.
Return of Revenue Collected and brought to Account at the Tbeasubt, fkom  1st July,  1886, to 30th Junk,  1887.
Received
from
sundry
sources
at
Treasury.
212,151 06
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.
Canadian
Pacific
Railway.
Total.
Cowichan.
SaltSpring
& Mayne
Islands.
Nanaimo
Alberni.
Yale
and
Lytton.
Sirnilkameen and
Osoyoos.
Nicola.
iiamloops
Okanagan j
Cariboo.   I Omineca.
Cassiar.
Skeena.
Dominion of Canada;—
Annual paymentof Interest $   29,151 OC
Do.              Subsidy       35,000 OC
Do.              for Lands conveyed     100,000 0C
!
$212,151 06
88,776 20
I          AG   1
375 00
2,374 60
28 00
655 00
81 00
4,401 75
461 00
7,245 75
272 00
120 00
160 00
265 00
600 00
41,056 75
3,828 88
559 00
17 00
3,415 25
180 00
5,913 60
148 00
10 00
8,209 30
246 00
70 00
6,305 15
224 00
75 00
2,246 00
135 00
889 00
274 03
1,272 00
678 00
4,198 25
1,291 00
318 75
220 00
8,667 63
275 00
165 00
165 00
70 69
1,963 45
5,280 00
45 00
2,242 50
1,552 00
9,355 00
20 00
196 40
173 86
46 65
3,305 00           63 00
1,638 50         102 50
2.055 00            20 00
810 do
263 00
595 00
145 00
82 50
245 00
25 00
7,319 14
45 00
556 00
130 00
370 00
35 00
15 00
890 00
210 00
1,727 14
1,831 80
71 38
91 00
5,262 00
2 75
195 00
40 00
145 77
8 10
,    100 00
210 00
95 00
15 00
992 50
8,269 84
807 66
2,508 53
30 00
11,463 00
14 44
217 50
3,317 50
5 00
908 12
1,446 60
138 05
18 00
2,205 00
10 00
22 50
2,995 00
1,809 00
1,895 00
400 00
503 25
2,920 00
55 00
1,103 44
1,122 60
719 31
4,599 00
300 00
100 00
835 00
25 00
1,220 42
573 50
234 40
942 00
1,322 60
490 00
1,275 00
35 00
1,251 98
831 90
1,625 12
7 50
1,938 00
12,850 00
6,915 25
555 00
765 00'
1,020 00
590 00
15 00
368 29
89 65
4 50
15 00
160 0(1
449 75
54 77
51 79
145 00
27,600 03
1,240 00
275 00
20 00
586 20
.     579 81
32 00
Personal Property Tax	
Wild Land Tax ,	
Income Tax	
Provincial Revenue Tax	
4,633 44
449 86'
299 631
912 00
11 35
3,164 05
119 65
458 50
1,215 00
31 20
506 69
60 92
3 00
330 26
406 82
163 00
15 00
1,371 00
1,265 25
1,169 95
257 90
'    396 00
626 01     18.628 79
40,331 32
10,230 08
1,955 id
6,339 00
21 38
630 00
	
72 00
 900
270 00
432 00
82 46
2,438 02
1,511 10
22,301 59
9,154 78
26 75
1,944 00
2 87
39 32  	
2,814 00  	
2,191 67
62,559 00
87 14
.    813 00
3 20
439 00
408 00
18,613 00
84 00  	
'
10 00
a.   wt*±G     v    .s  . ■■■•••'"';'"
22 40:
1 16
36 80
1 65
10 00  	
29 50
17
121 20
2 98
1,327 25
2,171 74
15 00
1,054 50
151 80
81 43
64 00
35 00
87 50
	
75 00
1,076 10
482 25
6,075 74
35 00
446 00
18 40
109 00
142 80
164 00
853 50
101 60
30 00
204 05
180 00
376 00
42 83
1,303 55
58 60
24 00i	
65 90!	
240 00
3 00
 360
6,325 30
3,830 64
11 25
10 50
1,589 23
7,001 25
1
8 00
10 00
46 50
32 66
13,452 70
314 25
715 59
2,575 83
446 25
1
314 25
	
715 59
4 90
8 05
10 00	
7 00
2,605 78
112 70
56 00
25 00
5 50
10 00
387 35
502 25
19 31
j
19 31
"Chinese Restriction Act, 1884," (Dominion Statutes)	
2,525 00
2,272 62
227,306 74
3,062 65
i
1
2,625 00
 i	
2 00
10 00
27 00
6 00
53 35
9 50
22 80
1 00
2,404 27
$
26,476 76
9,502 24
6,810 21
6,832 08
1,014 61
19,147 10
743 87
1,636 81
11,233 41
66,090 55
9,779 02
12,844 63
9,324 60
26,451 55
10,014 47
11,701 58
34,708 12
13,081 48
182 50
2,479 00
933 00
8,931 41
20,139 89
$537,335 63
3,062 55
i
I
Total	
. $540,398 18
Audit Office,
10th December,
1887.
J. McB. SMITH,
Auditor.

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