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 BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
PUBLIC    ACCOUNTS
FISCAL YEAR ENDED 30TH JUNE, 1891.
PERIOD FROM 1st JULY, 1890, TO 30TH JUNE, 1891.
VICTORIA, B. 0.:
Printed by Richard Wolfenden, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty. 55 Vict.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
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To the Honourable Hugh Nelson,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Hour Honour:
The undersigned has the honour to present the Public Accounts of British Columbia,
for the fiscal year ended 30th June,  1891.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
J. H. TURNER,
Minister of Finance.
Treasury  Department,
Victoria, 18th December, 1891. 55 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 189i.
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Audit Office,
18th December,  1891.
To the Honourable J. H. Turner,
Minister of Finance.
The undersigned has the honour to present to you the Public Accounts for the fiscal
year ended 30th June,  1891.
Respectfully submitted,
J. McB. SMITH,
Auditor 38
Public Accounts, 1st July 1890, to 30th June, 1«91.
PUBLIC  ACCOUNTS
FISCAL   YEAR   ENDED   30TH   JUNE,   1891.
TABLE   OF   CONTENTS
Page    39— Balance Sheet of the Province of British Columbia,
40— Debentures Outstanding under the British Columbia Loan Acts.
40— Loan,  1874; Sinking Fund Account.
41— Loan, 1877 ; Sinking Fund Account.
42— Loan, 1887 ; Sinking Fund Account.
42a— Receipts and Expenditure ; from 20th July, 1871, to 30th June, 1886.    (Table No. 1.)
42b— do. do. from 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1891.    (Table No. 2.)
42c— Treasurer's Financial Statement.
42d— Statement showing details of "Miscellaneous Receipts."
42e— District Returns of Revenue.
43— Debt Account :  The Dominion of Canada in account with the Province, for the Fiscal
Year ended 30th June, 1891.
43— Subsidy Account, for the Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1891.
44— Expenditure ; Summary.
45-48— do. Recapitulation.
49-151— do. Detailed.
153-156— Appropriation and  Expenditure ; Statement showing Appropriation and Expenditure,
also sums unexpended and over-expended.
157-158— Unprovided Items ; Statement of Services the Expenditures of which have exceeded their
Appropriation.
159-160— Lapsed Balances or Appropriation. 55 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
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RETURN showing Debentures outstanding under the British Columbia Loan Acts,
on the 30th June, 1891,
Debentures Outstanding, Loan, 1874, (Payable in 20 Years).
Date of issue on
Debentures.
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Numbers.
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1st January, 1877.
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Date of Issue.
Number (inclusive).
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1st July, 1887.
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$1,743,690
Alfred Flett
Deputy Treasurer.
LOAN   ACT,   1874-SINKING   FUND.
Statement of Sinking Fund, "Loan Act, 1874," deposited with the Bank of British Columbia.
June 30th, 1884.
December 11th, 1884 .
31st, 1885 .
June 30th, 1886 .
December 30th, 1886 .
31st, 1886 .
„ 31st, 1887 .
31st, 1887 .
„ 31st, 1888 .
31st, 1888 .
31st, 1889 .
31st, 1889 .
31st, 1890 .
„ 31st, 1890 .
Particulars.
Deposit of Cash withdrawn from Savings Bank on 1st November, 1882.
Amount withdrawn from Dominion Savings Bank to close account	
Investment in Debenture " Loan Act, 1881," repaid	
Interest on Investment	
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Interest on Investment	
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Interest on Investment	
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Interest on Investment (6 months)..
Deposit	
Interest on Investment (18 months)
Deposit	
Interest on Investment	
Deposit	
Interest on Investment	
Deposit	
Interest on Investment	
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18th December, 1891
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643 00
156 86
543 00
184 42
543 00
99 95
543 00
229 62
543 00
260 53
643 00
292 67
643 00
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Deputy Treasurer. 55 Vic.
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STATEMENT
SHOWING DETAILS  OF AMOUNT  BROUGHT  TO  ACCOUNT  IN  THE  REVENUE  RETURN,
(PAGE 42b) AS "MISCELLANEOUS RECEIPTS."
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Fees on Private Bills, Legislative Assembly 	
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Stenographer's fees	
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Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
EXPENDITURE.
SUMMARY   OF   EXPENDITURE   FOR  THE   YEAR   ENDED
30th   JUNE,   1891.
[Period from 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.]
I.—Public Debt	
II.—Civil Government (Salaries)	
III.—Administration of Justice (Salaries)	
IV.—Legislation	
V.—Public Institutions (Maintenance)	
VI.—Hospitals and Charities	
VII.—Administration of Justice (other than Salaries).
VIII.—Education	
IX.—Transport 	
X.—Rent	
XI.   Revenue Services	
XIL-Public Works:—
Works and Buildings	
Government House, Victoria	
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves	
Surveys	
XIII.—Miscellaneous.
20 00
15 30
68 00
12 00
76 25
3 60
788 00
476 23
630 05
$2,089 43
Total
Expenditure.
$130,071 56
96,210 82
85,594 52
36,423 98
18,132 83
28,178 99
44,637 83
136,901 73
4,687 59
48 50
16,435 60
121,260 84
2,001 26
186,169 79
24,396 98
100,951 48
$1,032,104 20
Audit Office,
18th December, 1891.
J. McB. SMITH,
Auditor.
ERRATA.
PAGE 49.    I.—PUBLIC DEBT.
Vote 1.—Interest.—For $89,875.55, read $89,878.55.
Vote 2 — Sinking Fond.— Add accrued interest, Sinking Fund " Loan 1874," $326.09, making the expenditure under this
vote $38,248.24, and the corrected total of " Public Debt" $130,071.56.
PAGE 98.    XL—REVENUE SERVICES.
For item "Commission, H. O. Wellburn, $577.38," read $557.88.
PAGE 103.   Total of Revenue Servioes, for $16,438.52, read $16,1,35.50. 55 Vic.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
45
EXPENDITURE.
 o	
RECAPITULATION of expenditure for the fiscal year
ENDED 30th JUNE   1891.
[Period from 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.]
49
49
49
49
50
50
50
50
50
50
51
51
51
51
51
52
52
62
52
52
52
53
53
53
53
53
53
53
53
54
54
54
54
54
54
54
54
54
64
61
61
61
61
62
62
64
64
64
64
65
65
65
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
20
21
22
23
24
26
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
46A
47
48
49
50
61
52
63
I.—Public Debt.
Interest 	
Sinking Fund	
Premium and Exchange ..
Discount and Commission .
II.—Civil Government (Salaries).
Lieutenant-Governor's Office	
Provincial Secretary and Minister of Mines Department, $7770.00
do. Printing Branch, do. 9672.47
Treasury Department    	
Lands and Works Department	
Attorney-General'B     do. 	
Land Registry Offices (Victoria and New Westminster)	
Legislation	
Registration of Voters 	
Asylum for the Insane	
Revenue Services	
Assay Offices and Reduction Works	
Provincial Timber Inspectors	
Provincial Museum	
Temporary Departmental Assistance	
III.—Administration of Justice (Salaries).
Supreme and County Courts	
Sheriffs....,	
Stipendary Magistrates	
Superintendence of Police and Gaols	
Juvenile Reformatory, Victoria	
Police and Gaols, Victoria .
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Esquimalt	
New Westminster	
do. District..
Kootenay District	
Cariboo do	
Cassiar do	
Yale and Ashcrof t	
Kamloops	
Okanagan 	
Similkameen and Osoyoos.
Nanaimo	
Cowichan District	
Comox District	
Lillooet District	
IV.—Legislation.
Indemnity to Members	
Mileage	
Registration of Voters 	
Expenses of Elections	
Contingent Fund	
Journals and Statutes Binding .
V.—Public Institutions (Maintenance).
Printing Office, Victoria  	
Assay Offices	
Provincial Museum	
Asylum for the Insane, New Westminster.
VI.—Hospitals and Charities.
Hospital, Victoria 	
do.      New Westminster .
do.      Cariboo 	
do.      Nanaimo	
do.       Kamloops	
do.      Vancouver	
Carried forward.
20 00
$35 80
expenditure
$89,878 66
38,248 24
993 72
951 05
1,500 00
17,442 47
8,400 00
12,900 00
6,124 33
14,452 76
2,700 00
525 00
9,965 17
7,440 00
4,200 00
2,700 00
1,320 00
6,541 10
12,240 20
2,500 00
2,800 00
2,490 00
1,080 00
7,108 60
840 00
8,932 00
840 00
12,530 32
6,284 00
4,452 50
2,160 00
4,245 00
2,760 00
2,160 00
6,410 00
1,440 00
1,372 00
3,950 00
19,800 00
3,722 60
10 00
7,123 01
3,671 10
2,097 37
6,041 25
432 44
1,281 31
11,377 83
7,600 00
3,000 00
4,000 00
3,500 00
3,000 00
5,000 00
$26,000 00
Total.
$130,071 56
85,594 52
18,132 83
$ 366,433 71 46
Public Accounts, 1st July 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
Page.
Vote.
Service.
Arrears.
expenditure
Total.
55
55A
55b
56
57a
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
S3
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
$35 30
$26,000 00
513 99
140 00
500 00
750 00
275 00
$366,483 71
65
VI.—Hospitals and Charities.—Concluded.
65
65
65
65
VII..—Administration of Justice (other than Salaries).
8 00
28,178 99
72
8,627 20
3,887 25
1,800 05
297 47
565 00
13,112 90
527 00
7,089 00
7,512 01
1,219 95
73
74
74
74
77
60 00
77
80
86
87
VIIL—Education.
44,637 83
88
6,032 44
23,112 87
6,054 00
5,333 78
7,344 30
13,877 66
3,380 00
9,485 55
18,280 77
23,648 46
13,493 26
1,460 00
3,092 65
2,220 00
86 00
89
90
90
91
91
12 00
92
92
93
95
95
95
95
96
96
IX.—Transport.
136,901 73
96
128 89
4,521 94
36 76
98
98
X.—Rent.
4,687 59
48 50
98
48 50
16,435 50
1,778 65
78 76
240 52
623 67
198 70
73 75
486 42
200 85
497 74
2,568 02
958 05
31,678 93
835 53
2,538 06
3,058 36
3,393 20
354 66
2,725 25
26,822 46
7,262 05
5,370 96
964 67
700 00
645 00
663 00
943 37
678 00
698 00
700 00
700 00
665 00
750 00
633 50
103
103
XI.—Revenue Services.
Commission, Courts of Appeal, Travelling Expenses, Miscellaneous	
XII.—Public Works (Works and Buildings.)
76 25
16,435 50
103
103
104
104
104
104
104
105
105
105
105
106
105
105
107
107
107
107
108
108
do.          Victoria   (steam-heating, furniture, &c.)	
do.          New Westminster (site, construction, furniture, &c)...
3 60
108
108
108
108
108
108
109
109
109
109
109
do.          Port Kells                     do        	
109
$195 16
'     100,475 13
597,323 85 55 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
47
Page.
Vote.
Service.
Arrears.
EXPENDITURE
Total.
123
124
125
126
126c
126D
126s
126F
126G
126H
1261
128A
128b
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
160
151
152
163
154
155
156
157
158
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
167a
167b
168
169
170
172
173
175
175A
175b
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
195 15
$100,475 13
712 50
740 00
701 00
3,591 93
500 00
684 00
3,046 87
695 00
1,494 00
660 00
800 00
203 40
1,500 00
5,457 01
109
XII.—Public Works (Works and Buildings).—Concluded.
109
109
110
110
111
111
111
111
111
111
111
111
111
XII.—Public Works (Government House, Victoria).
121,260 84
112
206 80
158 84
683 50
96 67
189 28
41 67
600 00
24 50
112
112
112
112
112
112
112
XII.—Public Works (Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves).
2,001 26
115
11,218 06
8,558 81
9,913 40
1,597 95
5,991 02
1,516 61
8,367 21
16,798 91
16,936 87
4,316 50
8,038 66
6,991 04
593 00
17,525 96
23,230 24
983 19
158 75
1,280 42
1.000 00
4.001 98
1,003 00
1,495 73
3,331 10
7,000 00
1,950 00
2,300 00
2,400 00
991 11
2,159 00
3,995 60
999 41
1,341 35
700 00
699 25
300 00
300 00
300 00
4,274 00
1,611 66
116
118
118
119
119
120
124
127
127
128
129
129
553 00
125 09
110 00
131
133
133
Victoria and Esquimalt Trunk Road         	
133
133
133
134
134
135
135
135
135
135
135
135
135
136
136
136
137
Wharf at Westham Island	
137
Wharf at North-West Bay	
137
137
137
137
137
XII.—Public Works (Surveys).
476 23
226 00
186,169 79
24,396 98
139
150
XIII.—Miscellaneous.
4,673 95
8,467 17
3,797 26
1,349 54
3,815 12
826 94
260 98
2,568 71
760 50
500 00
500 00
141
142
142
143
36 00
143
143
144
145
145
145
1,721 38
27,510 17
931,152 72 48
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
145
188
145
189
145
191
145
193
145
194
145
196
145
196
146
197
146
198
147
199
147
200
147
201
147
202
149
203
149
204A
129
204b
149
2040
149
204D
150
204e
150
No vote
150
No Vote
151
Act 51 V
151
205
Brought forward	
XIII.—Miscellaneous.—Concluded.
Fire Department, Vancouver	
do. Barkerville	
do. Quesnelle	
Agricultural Societies	
Fruit Growers' Aseociation.	
Telephone Service	
British Columbia Agricultural Association	
Destruction of wolves and panthers in settled districts    .
In aid of Militia	
In aid of prospecting and explorations	
Superannuation allowance to late messenger, D. Deasy..  	
In aid of communication to remote settlements	
Copying Records for Registry Office, Vancouver 	
Miscellaneous (not detailed in Estimates)	
Compensation for improvements on Sec. 98, Esquimalt District	
Gratuity to wife of the late H. H. Wootton 	
Commission revising Mining Laws	
Settlement of Robert Dexter's claim for services as foreman in 1878-79,
in connection with Reed Bros. & Co.'s contract on Cofferdam Works,
Esquimalt	
In settlement of Esquimalt Graving Dock claims	
Compensation to J. Stevens for loss sustained by the burning of brush
on road being built by Government in 1885 -	
Interest on deposits "Suitors' Fund Act, 1890"	
Aid to quartz mining, Reduction Works, Cariboo	
Immigration	
$1,721 38
224 68
$2,089 43
expenditure
$27,510 17
600 00
500 00
250 00
2,600 00
500 00
839 00
1,250 00
665 00
600 00
337 95
480 00
1,220 00
10,018 39
3,518 62
2,000 00
360 00
2,377 00
785 20
22,500 00
300 00
220 31
19,321 29
2,298 55
$931,152 72
100,951 48
1,032,104 20
Audit Office,
December 18th, 1891.
J. McB. SMITH,
Auditor. 55 Vict.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
49
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, 1891.
[Period erom 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.1
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$  cts.
$   cts.
ft   cts.
Bank of B. C, London ..
Do. do.
Do. do.
Bank of British Columbia
Bank B C for Loan Trus-
Do. do.    [tees
Do. do.
Do. do.
Bank of British Columbia
Bank of B. C, London .
London Brokers	
H. Stanton	
W. Collins	
J. Lambert	
Hon. J. Robson	
A. Campbell Reddie ...
W. Angus	
A. Holmes	
A. Dick	
R. Wolfenden 	
R. Butler	
J. Pottinger	
F. Partridge	
F. Shakespeare	
W. W. Baines	
E. Cameron	
I.—PUBLIC DEBT.
Vote No.  7.—Interest,
12 months' interest @ 7 per cent, on $ 20,000, "Loan Act, 1874"
12 do. 6       „ 727,500, „        1877.
12 do. 4&     ,, 996,190, ,,        1887.
Vote No. 2.—Sinking Fttnd.
Annual payment on 820,000, "Loan Act, 1874"	
2 per cent, on §727,500, " Loan Act, 1877" (£3,000)	
If per cent, on $996,190, " Loan Act, 1887 " (£3,G00)	
Accrued interest on Sinking Fund, " Loan Act, 1877," (0 months).
Do. do. do.    1887,      do.
Vote No. 3.—Premium and JEjociiange.
Exchange on London, Sinking Fund & Interest, Loans 1877-87.
Vote No. 4,—Discount and Commission.
Commission on payment of Coupons, Loans 1877 and 1887 .
Brokerage on investment of Sinking Fund,   do. do.  .
II.-CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).
Vote No. 6. - TAentenant- Governor's Office.
Private Secretary,
Messenger,
Do.
12 months @ 8100 per month
6        ,, 25
6        „ 25
Vote No. 6.—Provincial Secretary's Department.
Provincial Secretary and Minister of Mines,
Deputy   do
Clerk,
Messenger for all departments,
Inspector of Mines,
12 months @ $250
12
150
12
75
12
72 50
12
100
(Printing Jiranch.)
Queen's Printer,
Foreman,
Printer,
Do.
Do.
Do.   (Assistant),
Sessional printer,
12 months
12
12
12
12
12
7
6 days
Carried forward.
1,400 00
43,050 00
44,828 55
543 00
14,650 00
17,460 00
4,476 06
893 09
993 72
893 90
67 15
1,200 00
160 00
150 00
3,000 00
1,800 00
900 00
870 00
1,200 00
2,160 00
1,320 00
1,080 00
1,020 00
960 00
420 00
648 00
7,608 00
89,875
993 72
7,770 00
9,270 00 50
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOE WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   ets.
$   cts.
R. W. Clarke. .
R. Holloway...
W. W. Clarke .
C. Beckingham
G. Chapman. ..
Pay List	
Hon. J. H. Turner
J. McB. Smith.. ..
A. Flett	
H. A. S. Morley...
Hon. F. G. Vernon
W. S. Gore	
B. H. John	
T. Kains	
O. Fletcher	
E. B. McKay	
S. Phipps	
T. E. Wooldridge .
H. Cathcart	
Hon. Theo. Davie, Q.C.
P. M. Irving	
G. G. Gwynn	
H. A. Barton	
J. W. Sinclair	
R. B. Punnett	
C. J. Leggatt	
R. F. Tolmie	
E. M. Fort	
H. H. Wootton ...
S. Y. Wootton....
M. G. Phipps	
G. Simon	
F. H. Lang	
W. B. Charles
R. Offerhaus	
G. Cruickshank...
Pay Lists	
T. O. Townley	
0. E. Holt	
F. G. Turner	
G. W. Aikman
Hon. D W Higgins
T Fell	
A P Peacock 	
R Anderson	
J E Bridgeman ...
H W H Combe
J WMeldram..
H O Wellburn .
A E Beck	
W H Dempster
Brought forward	
I1.-0IVIL GOVERNMENT (SALAB.m$).-Continued.
Vote   No.   G.—Provincial    Secretary's Department.—Con
eluded.
(Printing Jiranch).)— Concluded.
Sessional Printer,
Do.
Do.
Messenger,
Do.
Printers' overtime during Session.
5 months    6 days @
4     „ 13   „' 80
6 „ 28    „ 80
1 „ 14    ,, 20
2 „ 20
Vote No. 7.—Treasury Department.
Minister of Finance and Agriculture,
Auditor,
Deputy Treasurer,
Clerk,
12 months (3 $250
12       ,, 180
12       „ 170
12        „ 100
Vote No. 8.—Lands and Works Department.
[12 months @ $250
Chief Commissioner,
Surveyor-General,
Chief Clerk,
Draughtsman,
Do
Do
Clerk of Records,
Clerk,
Messenger and type-writer,
Vote No. O.—Attorney-General's Department.
12
,    180
12
14C
12
125
10
110
2
11C
12
11C
12
10C
12
60
Attorney-General,
Deputy Attorney-General
Do. do.
Do. do.
Clerk,
Do.
L2 months
@$250
6
1X0
3
180
3
, 20 days
180
«
, 16
1 OC
5
,
75
Vote No. 10.— Lund Registry  Offices.
Registrar-General, Victoria,
1st Clerk
Do.
2nd do.
2nd do.
3rd do.
Clerk,
Do.
Do.
Do.
Book-keeper,
Overtime,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
1 month @ $60,
12 mc
nths @ $180
9
„    15C
3
„ 14 d. 125
2
12C
10
„     12C
11
8C
11
80
11
80
4
„ 13 d. 60
27 da
fs <a> $3 W d.
2 months @ 100
from 12th February to 31st May
District Registrar, New Westminster, 12 months @ $175
1st Clerk, do. 6 months @ $110, 6        „ 12i
2nd do. do. 8       „ 75
3rd do. do. 12 60
Vote No. 11—Legislation.
Speaker of the House	
Clerk 	
Law Clerk	
Messenger	
Assistant Messenger 	
Vote No. 12.— Registration of Voters.
Registrar of Voters, Victoria City & Esquimalt Dists
Do Victoria District,
Do Cowichan District,
Do Vancouver City,
Do Cassiar District,
Carried forward
»., 12
mos. @ $12.60
12
8.3S
12
6.25
12
8.3S
12
8.33
00  9,270 00
416 00
353 54
562 85
35 48
40 00
666 60
9,672 47
3,000 00
2,160 00
2,040 00
1,200 00
8,400 00
3,000 00
2,160 00
1,680 00
1,600 00
1,100 00
220 00
1,320 00
1,200 00
720 00
12,900 00
3,000 00
900 00
540 00
656 00
653 33
375 00
2,160 00
1,360 00
437 50
240 00
1,200 00
940 00
880 00
880 00
266 00
81 00
200 00
988 25
2,100 00
1,410 00
600 00
720 00
1,000 00
600 00
600 00
333 33
166 67
150 00
100 00
75 00
100 00
100 00
14,452 75
2,700 00
525 00
64,044 55 55 Vict. Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
51
TO WHOM PAID.
R J Skinner .
D McRea....
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
9 cts.
$  cte.
$   cts.
R I Bentley, M D
J Phillips	
J F Strang	
H Young	
Do	
H H Williams...
Do.
W T L Howse ...
Do.
D M McCowan...
Do.
J D Hopkins
H Lister	
B Marshall	
J D Hopkins
A Abbott	
J D Hopkins...  .
A Abbott	
H Gunn	
Do	
L Wyld 	
W G M Rolston .
F Ross	
II Jones	
J Chambers	
J Hume	
C Booth	
C W Jenkinson
F J Stannard ..
R Carter	
EL Kirkland..
W L Fagan....
G Cosins	
C C Fisher    .. .
WFMcCulloch.
E A Martin	
J Fannin  Curator.
Brought forward	
II.-OIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES)-Continned.
Vote No.  13.— Asylum
Medical Superintendent,
Steward,
1st Keeper,
1st    do
2nd   do
2nd   do
3rd    do
3rd    do
4th    do
4th    do
5th    do
5th    do
6th    do
6th    do
6th    do
6th    do
7th   do
7th    do
7th    do
Night-watchman,
Do
Do
Matron,
Assistant Matron,
Cook,
Washerwoman,
Vote No.   74,— lteveniie Services.
Assessor and Collector, Victoria City, Victoria, Esquimalt, and Coast
Districts,
Assistant Collector, do do
Do Victoria City,
Do do
Assessor & Collector, New Westminster, 6 m.
Assistant do do
Do do do
Clerk do do
Vote No. IB Assay Offices and liedactlon  Works.
Assayer, Victoria 12 months @ $100
Assayer and Supt. of Reduction Works, Cariboo,        12       ,, 250
Vote No. lit.—Provincial Timber Inspectors.
the Insane.
12 months             @ 8208.33
12      „
75
9     „
60
3     „
60
9     ,,
55
3      „
55
9     ,,
55
3     „
55
9     „
50
3      .,
50
9      „
50
3      ,,
50
3 months 23 days
50
8    „
50
5      „
50
3      „
50
28 days
50
5     ,,
50
3     ,,
50
9      „
50
1     »
50
2      „
50
12      „
50
12      ,,
40
12     „
40
12      ,,
10
12 months @ $150
12
75
7
45
5
40
$100; 6
126
12
,             100
10
,               75
12
75
1st Inspector,
2nd   do
12 months® $125
12     ,, 100
Vote No. 17.—Provincial Museum.
J Anderson...
Do.
Do.
W H Brooks ..
C R Nairn
Do	
F J Stannard.
J R Anderson
EB McKay...
T C Boulton ..
T S Gore	
FDeVeulle...
12 months @ $110
Vote No. IS.—Temporary Departmental Assistance.
Assistance in Treasury and Education Office,   8 mos. 3 days, @ $125
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Lands and Works Department, 10
do do
do do
do do
Brought forward.
2   „    30-31 d.
(night work)
1 mo. 20 days
11 „ 24-31 „
(night work)	
1J mos,
1     „    11 days
100
158 days
26   „
100
100
2.50
5
4
2,500 00
900 00
540 00
180 00
495 00
165 0C
495 0C
165 00
450 00
150 0C
450 00
150 0C
187 0C
13 0C
250 0C
150 0C
45 17
250 0C
150 0C
450 0C
50 0C
100 OC
600 or
480 0C
480 0C
120 00
1,800 00
900 00
315 00
225 00
1,350 00
1,200 00
750 00
900 00
1,200 00
3,000 00
1,500 00
1,200 00
1,012 12
296 75
427 21
157 30
946 66
34 80
80 00
136 63
1,000 00
395 0C
130 0C
36 00
4,652 47
64,044 55
1,965 17
7,440 00
4,200 00
1,320 00
1,669 72 52
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$  cts.
¥   cts.
4,652 47
50 00
200 00
75 00
97 50
180 00
300 00
180 64
461 93
44 56
75 00
224 00
89,669 72
A S Farwell	
CM Roberts	
G V Cuppage ...  .   	
W H Boyd	
II.-CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES)-Co«,<*<rfetf.
Vote No. IS.— Temporary Departmental Assistance.—
Concluded.
Assistance in Lands and Works Department,                10 days   @ $5
Do                         do                     do              2 mos.                    100
Do                           do                       do                             30    „             2.50
Do                         do                     do              3 mos.   9   „           30
R B Punnett	
Do            Attorney-General's Department, 4   ,,                         75
Do                         do                     do              1   „     25 days      100
Do            Education Office,                            5   „     24   „           80
Do                         do                                                    17   ,,           80
R E Brett	
W F C Pope	
Do            Gov't Ag't's Office, NewWestm'r, 2   ,,     24 days @ $80
III.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (SALARIES).
Vote No. 10.—Supreme and County Courts.
Registrar, Supreme Court, Victoria,                              12 months @ $165
Deputy Registrar,              do                                          12     ,,               90
Official Stenographer,        do                            11 months 17 days       150
Deputy       do                    do                              4       „     18   „           100
Clerk, Supreme and County Courts, Victoria, 1       ,,     19   ,,            80
Usher, Supreme Court,                            do     12       ,,                           65
Janitor,            do                  do                do     12       ,,                           75
Registrar,                              do                do     12       ,,                          100
Do         Sup. and County Courts, New Westminster,   12 mos.       150
Deputy do                  do                                do                      1   ,,            60
do                        do                                do                    11   „            70
Registrar, County Court, Vancouver,                                    12   ,,             75
Janitor, Law Courts,              do                           8 months 28 days       50
Vote. No. 20—Sheriffs.
Sheriff, Victoria County,                                              12 months @ $62.50
Do   New Westminster County,                            12         ,,          62.50
Do   Yale County,                                                        12         „           41.60
Do   Cariboo County,                                              12         „           41.66
Vote No. HI.—Stipendiary Magistrates.
Stipendiary Magistrate, Victoria,                                12 months @ $25
do                     Vancouver Island,                 12         ,,           41.66
do                                      do                             12         „            41.66
do                     New Westminster,                 12         „           41.66
do                    Yale District,                        12        „           41.66
do                   Cariboo District,                   12        „           41.66
Vote No. 22.—Superintendence of Police and Gaols.
Superintendent, Victoria,                                            1   month 	
Sergeant,                do                                                 12 months @ $100
Constable,                do                                                       5      ,,              60
do                       do                                                       6      ,,              60
do                       do                                                       8      ,,              60
Vote No. 23.—Juvenile Reformatory, Victoria.
Superintendent,                                                                  12 months @ $90
Vote No. 24—Police and Gaols, Victoria.
Warden,                                                                             12 months @ $100
1st Gaoler,                                                                         11 m. 25 days   80
2nd   do                                                                              12 months '      70
3rd    do                                                                                    12      „               70
1,980 00
1,080 00
1,735 00
460 00
130 20
780 00
900 00
1,200 00
1,800 00
60 00
770 00
900 00
445 00
96,210 82
R F Elliott	
B Evans	
J Bland	
H W H Combe	
W H Falding	
A E Beck	
12,240 20
750 00
750 00
500 00
500 00
W J Armstrong 	
2,500 00
300 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
W N Bole	
WW Spinks	
C F Cornwall	
2,800 00
F S Hussev	
150 00
1,200 00
300 00
360 00
480 00
T M Robb	
W McNeill	
2,490 00
1,080 00
RF John	
1,200 00
948 50
840 00
840 00
RLiddell	
3,828 50
21,110 20 55 Vict.
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY,
PRlTiSH COLUMBIA.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
53
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$  cts.
§   cts.
A Workman	
OHF Blake	
A Thomas	
J Hunter	
J Mellon	
JSHelmcken, M.D.
J D Campbell.
C Warwick	
A Shepherd	
D Whiteside	
W Moresby 	
W Q Armstrong..
J Burr	
W Edwards	
A O'Connor	
RB Lister	
JM McLean, M.D.
G A Calbick .
A P Cummins
G C Tunstall .
N Fitzstubbs .
S Redgrave ..
H Redgrave..
T J Lendrum .
Do.
H Redgrave ..
T J Lendrum.
GB Nagle....
BHLee	
J Kirkup	
H R Moodie ..
O G Dennis. ..
TH Giffin....
J H Scoley ...
J Bowron	
G Cowan	
J L B McLean
W Stephenson
N Fitzstubbs
J Porter	
Indian Louis
J Flewin	
P Woollacott
THarwey....
W Dodd..
J W Burr
Brought fomoard.
III.
-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (SALARIES).-
Continued.
12 months @ $80
12      „
70
12      ,,
60
4      ,,
60
2
60
12      „
33.33
Vote No. 24.—Police and Gaols,  Victoria.—Concluded.
1st Convict Guard,
2nd do
3rd do
4th do
4th do
Medical Officer,
Vote No. 25 Police and Gaols, Esquimalt.
Constable, 12 months @ $70
Vote No. 26.—Police and Gaols, Netv Westminster.
Government Agent,
Assistant   do
Messenger and Caretaker,
1st Gaoler,
2nd Gaoler,
3rd    do
1st Convict Guard,
2nd do
3rd do
Medical Officer,
Vote No. 27.—Police and. Gaols, New Westminster District.
Constable and Collector, Burrard Inlet, 12 months @ $70
Vote No. 28.—Police and Gaols, Kootenay District.
Gold Com. & Stipendiary Magistrate, East Kootenay, 12 months @ $150
12 months @ $133.33
12
80
12
70
12
100
12
76
12
60
12
80
12
60
12
60
9
33.33
Do
do
West Kootenay, 11        ,,
150
Do
do
do             1
150
stab!
e and Recorder
, Donald,
12
125
Do
do
11         „
70
Do
and Collector
do
1
70
Do
and Recorder
Revelstoke,
9 months 27 days
76
Do
do
do
1      >.
76
Do
do
Hot Springs
,
4    „
10C
Do
do
do
7        „      12    ,,
10C
Do
do
Sproat's Landing,
6
76
Do
do
do
12
10C
Do
do
Golden,
12        „
75
Do
do
Fort Steele,
12
10C
Do
do
Nelson,
12
10C
Do
do
do
12
75
Vote No. 29.—Police and Gaols, Cariboo District.
Government Agent and Gold Commiss'r, Richfield, 12 mos. @ $172
Chief Constable and Clerk County Court,       do 12     „ 125
Messenger, do 12     ,, 10
Government Agent, Forks or Qnesnelle, 12    „ 133.33
Vote No. 30.—Police and  Gaols,  Cassiar District.
Gold Commissioner & Stipendiary Magistrate, Skeena,
Do do Cassiar,
Constable, Hazelton,
Do        and Collector,     Metlakatlah,
Do do Alert Bay,
Caretaker of buildings at Cassiar during winter,
11 mos
@ $125
U   „
10C
9      .,
6C
12      ,,
80
12      „
70
6*    „
75
Vote No. 31.—Police and  Gaols,  Yale and JLshcroft.
12 mos. @ S110
12     „ 70
Government Agent, Yale,
Constable and Collector, Ashcroft,
Carried forward.
828 50    21,110 20
960 00
840 0C
720 0C
240 0C
120 0C
400 00
1,600 00
960 00
840 00
1,200 00
912 00
720 00
960 00
720 00
720 00
300 00
8,932 00
840 00
1,800 00
1,650 00
150 00
1,500 00
770 00
70 00
740 32
75 00
12 90
737 10
450 00
1,200 00
900 00
1,200 00
1,200 00
75 00
2,064 00
1,500 00
120 00
1,600 00
1,375 00
250 00
540 00
960 00
840 00
487 50
1,320 00
840 00
7,108 50
4,452 50
2,100 00
63,257 52 54
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts
F Hussey	
GCTunstall..
E T W Pearse .
J A Sinclair ...
A G Burnyeat ,
J C McLaren ..
W Dewdney..
J A Monteith.
CAR Lambly.
H Hunter   	
M Bray	
J Sage 	
W Stewart	
S Drake	
A Hamilton	
A McKinnon	
W Beveridge ...
W L Jeffery ....
W McKinnell ...
LT Davis, M D.
D Stephenson ..
D W Mainguy .
GA Kier	
W B Anderson,
E Smithurst...
F Soues ...
C Phair ...
W F Allen.
Various Members.
Various Members.
W F Crage .
Brought forward.
1II.-ADMINISTRATTON OF JUSTICE (SALARIES).-
ConcVaded.
Vote No. 32.—Police and Gaols, ICamloops.
Government Agent,
Do
Constable and Collector,
Do Gaoler,
Do Assistant Gaoler,
Convict Guard,
11 mos. @ §125
1       M
12 „
12 ,,
12      „
5 months 10 days
tin
Vote No. 33.—Police and Gaols, Ohanagan.
Gold Commissioner and Government Agent,
Constable and Collector,
12 mos. @ $150
Vote No. 34.—Police and Gaols, SimilTcameen & Osoyoos
Constable and Recorder, Rock Creek,
Do do Granite Creek,
12 mos. @ S100
12      „ 80
Vote No. 35.—Police and   Gaols, Nanaimo.
Government Agenr,
Caretaker and Messenger,
Constable and Gaoler,
Do Assistant Gaoler,
Do Convict Guard,
Do
Convict Guard,
Do
Do
Medical Officer,
Constable, Wellington,
12 mos. @$110
12 ,, 40
12 ,, 90
12 ,,
12 „ 60
3 „ 60
1 »
3 „ 25 d. 60
7 „
12 „ 20
12 „
Constable, Chemainus,
Do       Cowichan,
Constable and Collector,
Do        Union Mines,
Vote No. 36.—Police and Gaols, Coxvichan District.
12 mos. @
12     „ 60
Vote No. 37.—Police and Gaols, Comox.
12 mos. @ $75
7 mos. 26 Jys. @
Vote No. 38.—Police and Gaols, Dillooet District.
Government Agent, Clinton, 12 mos. @ $125
Constable and Recorder,  Lillooet, 12     ,, 100
Mounted Constable and Collector, 150-Mile House, 12     „ 125
IV.-LEGISLATION.
Vote No. 39.—Indemnity to Members.
Sessional allowance, 33 Members	
Vote No. 40.—Mileage.
From and to place of residence   	
Vote No. 41.—Registration of Voters and Revision of
Voters' Dists.
Clerical assistance on Voters' List at Donald	
Carried forward.
1,375 00
150 00
960 00
720 00
720 00
320 00
1,800 00
960 00
1,200 00
960 00
1,320 00
480 0C
1,080 00
960 0C
720 0C
180 0C
60 0C
230 0C
420 0C
240 0C
720 00
720 00
720 00
900 00
472 00
1,500 00
1,200 00
1,250 00
63,257 52
2,160 00
1,440 00
1,372 00
85,594 52
19,800 00
3,722 50
10 00
23,532 50 55 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
55
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$  cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
J E McMillan	
H Siddall	
II Jewell	
H Pillar	
E North	
A McCullough	
T Draper	
W Baines	
J Howitt	
A C White 	
R Elliott	
R Plummer	
A Rohh	
C Moore	
J C Marshall	
A P Joyce	
C R Blake	
E Rendell   	
TStorey	
A Borde	
The " Colonist "	
TN Hibben & Co	
H Combe	
W J Wilson	
M Miller	
J J Austin	
F Adderley 	
J R McKenzie	
T Nicholson	
E C Swaisland	
T Helgesen	
H Price	
A Weir	
A H Peatt  	
Mrs Gleed	
J Muir	
J S Muir	
Mrs Muir	
J T Howard	
TStorey	
TN Hibbon & Co	
Victoria Transfer Co.  ...
W G Bowman	
J Gray	
H Combe	
T Fell	
F A Bennett	
T N Hibben & Co	
W Robertson	
W Pillar	
W Armstrong	
F W Collin	
H Wain	
E John, Jr	
S Reid	
WGenmett	
Jones and McNeill	
W Clark	
J P Burgess	
Saanich Agric. Society ..
H 0 Wellburn	
T A Wood	
J Nightingale	
J T Porter	
S Aspland	
A W Rogers	
A Bell	
H March	
A Fraser   	
G R Porter	
H Severne	
M Edgson	
J W Flett	
J Street 	
Cowichan Agric. Society
H E Evans	
Brought forward.
IV.-LEGI8LATION.- Continued.
Vote No. 42.—Mucpenses of Elections.
General Election.
Returning Officer, $100 ; tacks, 35c.
Election Clerk,
Poll Clerk, $5; table, &c, $5,
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do        $5; and at final count, $5,
Making ballot box and erecting screens,
Hire of Philharmonic Hall,
Printing ballot papers, &c,
Stationery, &c,
Eight certified copies of Voters' Lists,
Towels,
Binding Election Nominations, &c,
Returning Officer, $50; expenses, $5.50,
Election Clerk, 3 days @ S3; Poll Clerk, $5,      " do
Dep. Ret'g Officer, $10; fitting booths, $2.50; Vic. West,
Poll Clerk, do
Deputy Returning Officer, Parson's Bridge
Poll Clerk, do
Hire of room, meals, and horse feed, do
Deputy Ret'g Officer, $10; buggy hire, $10,    Metchosin.
do
do
Sooke,
do
do
Poll Clerk, $5; buggy hire, $2.50.
Meals for Officers,
Deputy Ret'g Officer, $10; buggy hire, $7.50,
Poll Clerk,
Hire of room, $5; meals for Officers, $1,
Meals and horse feed for Officers,
Making ballot boxes,
Stationery,
Buggy hire for Officers,
Do do
Erecting booths,
Seven certified copies of Voters' List,
Returning Officer, $50; posting notices, $23.50,
Election Clerk, $10; Poll Clerk, $6,
Stationery,
Deputy Returning Officer,
Poll Clerk,
Deputy Return'g Officer, $10; expenses, $10
Poll Clerk,
Hire of room,
Deputy Return'g Officer, $10; expenses, $10;
Deputy Returning Officer,
Poll Clerk,
Buggy hire, Officers, Royal Oak,
Making five ballot boxes,
Do     three       do
Rent of hall,
Ret'g Officer, $50; expenses, $81.75; room, $5:
Election Cl'k, 822; Poll Cl'k, $5; expenses, $4.50;    do
Deputy Ret'g Officer, $10; expenses, $7.50;    Cobble Hill,
Poll Clerk, $6; rent of room, $5; do
Deputy Returning Officer, McPherson's,
Poll Clerk, $5; expenses, $1.25; do
Deputy Ret'g Officer, $10; expenses, $11.50; Cowichan Lake,
Victoria City
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, Esquimalt Dist
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Victoria Dist
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Duncan, Cowichan Dist
Cadboro Bay,
do
N. Saanich,
do
do
S. Saanich,
Craigflower,
do
do
Poll Clerk, $5; expenses, $3;
Rent of room,
Deputy Ret'g Officer, $10; expenses, !
Poll Clerk, $5; expenses, $2.50;
Deputy Ret'g Officer, $10; expenses, !
Poll Clerk, $5; expenses, $3;
Making ballot boxes and tables,
Hire of hall for nominations, &c,
Special constable,
1.50;
do
do
Chemainus,
do
Somenos,
do
Duncan,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Carried forward.
100 35
15 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
6 00
5 00
6 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
10 00
37 35
35 00
32 00
3 10
70 64
1 50
9 00
56 50
14 00
12 50
5 00
10 00
5 00
12 50
20 00
7 60
1 50
17 50
5 00
6 00
3 00
13 00
2 50
22 00
18 00
2 50
6 48
73 50
15 00
2 05
10 00
6 00
20 00
5 00
5 00
20 00
10 00
5 00
10 00
10 00
8 60
6 00
136 76
31 50
17 50
10 00
10 00
6 25
21 60
8 00
5 00
18 00
7 50
13 50
8 00
16 00
10 00
2 50
1,159 47
23,532 50 5Q
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
$  cts.
J McDonald & Co.   ...
D W Mainguy       	
G A Huff	
C F Bishop .   	
R McKittrick	
G Norris	
O'Brien and Dunlop ..
J P Planta 	
S Gough	
E Michael	
J W Stirtan	
J Shaw	
N Parks 	
O'Brian and Dunlop ..
D S R Roberts	
R D Norris	
T D Jones	
W H Ooburn 	
Thompson & Scoville ,
J Ganner	
J Hirst	
J J Sehl	
Nanaimo " Free Press
J Hill	
E M Yarwood	
J Eslick	
Dunsmuir & Sons	
G Kennedy	
E Muschamp	
R Swan	
J Dore	
A Lindsay	
W A Gilchrist	
E Muschamp	
J B Holmes	
E J Miller	
Matthews,Richards &Tye
GG McDonald	
A Ledingham	
T A Lindsay	
J Broadwell	
T WMowat	
T Trage	
R Carstairs	
W M Robson	
F Robson	
J C McKenzie 	
Indian Edward	
A Anderson	
W Anderson	
A Peele	
G Pittendrigh	
R Partridge	
J Ellard        	
H Burr	
C Peele	
H Peele	
G H Cross	
A H Bedell	
H Edmonds	
A Wintemute	
G Johnston	
H Scholefield	
A E Pittendrigh	
P Murray ...    	
H McKay 	
PIG Ross	
J A McDonald	
R Burton	
T Paton	
C F Green	
H N Bain	
TF York	
J B Silverthorn	
H T Thrift	
D W Brown	
A Smither	
J Boyes	
Brought forward
I V.-LEGISLATION-Co^mted.
Vote No. 42—Expenses of Elections.—Continued.
Stationery, Cowichan Dist
Hire of horse, Ret'g Officer, posting notices, Oyster Harbour,        do
Returning Officer, $30; expenses, $62,15; Alberni,      Alberni Dist
Poll Clerk, do do
Making ballot box, do do
Printing ballot papers, do do
Hire of trap and man to convey message to do do
Returning Officer, Nanaimo,   City and Dist
Elestion Clerk, do Nanaimo Citv
Poll Clerk, do do
Deputy Ret'g Officer, $10; expenses, $2.50;    Parksville,  Nanaimo Dist
Poll Clerk, do do
Rent of room, do do
Buggy hire for Officers to and from do do
Deputy Ret'g Officer, $10; expenses, $5;        S. Gabriola, do
Poll Clerk, $5; expenses, $2.50; do do
Deputy Ret'g Officer, $10; expenses, $5; Nan. River Bridge,       do
Buggy hire for Deputy Returning Officer, do do
Hire of team for Returning Officer, 3 days, do
Hire of buggy do posting notices, do
Meals, bed, horse feed,    do do
Making four ballot boxes, do
Printing ballot papers and publishing notices, do
Posting notices, do
Election Clerk, 815; Poll Clerk, $5; Wellington, do
Poll Clerk, $5; fixing up booths, &c, $8; do do
Canvas for screens, do do
Meals for Officers, do do
Election Clerk, 6 days,
Deputy Ret'g Officer, $10; room, &c
Poll Clerk,
Deputy Returning Officer,
Poll Clerk,
Conveying Poll Clerk and ballot boxes to and from Denman Is'd
Stationery,
Making three ballot boxes,
Locks, hinges, &c., for same,
Meals for Officers,
Special constable,
Conveying ballot boxes to Victoria,
Returning Officer, $50; expenses, 828.50;
Election Olerk, $10; Poll Clerk, $5;
Deputy Ret'g Officer, $5; expenses, $10;
Poll Clerk,
Deputy Ret'g Officer, $5; expenses, $10;
Poll Clerk,
Messenger with Writ to Returning Officer, Salt Spring Is'd,
Conveying messenger to and from do
Do       Returning Officer to and from    Mayne Island
Messenger do do
Returning Officer, New West'r City
Election Clerk, 1 day @'$7.50; 3 days @ $15; do
Poll Clerk, do
Do do
Do do
Do do
Do do
Do do
Do do
Do do
Do do
Do do
DO do
Do do
Comox,        Comox Dist
Denman Island,
do
Union,
do
Vesuvius Bay,
Burgoyne Bay,
do
Mayne Island,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Islands Dist
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; expenses, $5.75; Maple Ridge, New West'r Dist.
Poll Clerk,                                                            do do
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; expenses, $16.20; Agassiz, do
Poll Clerk,                                                        do do
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; expenses, $10; Johnson's Landing, do
Poll Clerk,                                                               do do
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; expenses, $10.50; Ladner's Landing, do
Poll Clerk,                                                               do do
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; expenses, $15; Upper Sumas, do
Poll Clerk,                                                         do do
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; expenses, $9; Hall's Prairie, do
Poll Clerk,                                                        do do
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; expenses, $18.50; Langley Prairie, do
Poll Clerk,                                                             do do
Carried forward	
1,159 47
23,532 50
5 10
5 00
92 15
6 00
4 00
5 00
25 00
50 00
5 00
5 00
12 50
6 00
2 50
8 00
15 00
7 50
15 00
6 50
22 50
7 00
4 00
9 00
83 00
2 60
20 00
13 00
3 00
3 50
15 00
15 00
6 00
10 00
5 00
3 00
75
3 50
2 10
2 00
6 00
3 50
78 50
16 00
15 00
5 00
15 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 50
3 50
70 00
22 50
7 50
7 50
7 50
5 00
7 50
7 50
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
6 00
7 50
15 75
6 00
26 20
5 00
20 00
5 00
20 50
5 00
25 00
5 00
19 00
5 00
28 50
6 00
2,181 02
23,532 60 55 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
57
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
*  ots.
R Shortreed	
2,181 02
16 00
17 75
6 00
20 30
14 50
6 00
26 50
5 00
21 00
5 00
20 00
5 00
15 75
6 00
18 00
5 00
20 50
6 00
15 00
16 00
5 00
22 00
5 00
17 50
25 46
51 00
1 00
25
50
82 80
17 20
44 05
48 87
9 26
4 50
3 45
1 00
50
5 00
2 50
2 50
2 50
28 48
50 00
18 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
6 00
6 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
6 16
17 15
23 00
49 90
6 60
5 00
5 00
9 34
52 00
4 44
50
4 50
60
1 50
50
5 00
2 50
2 50
23,532 50
IV.-LEGISLATION.-Com<i«,Me<*.
Vote No. 42—Expenses of Elections.—Continued.
Dep. Ket. Officer, $10; expenses, $6; Aldergrove,     New Westm'r Dist.
do                  10;       do         7.76; Wharnock,                        do
Poll Clerk,                                                      do                                  do
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; expenses, $10.30; Burton's Prairie,          do
do                 10;      do          4.50; Port Moody,                 do
Poll Clerk,                                                           do                            do
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; expenses, $16.50; Surrey Centre,               do
Poll Clerk,                                                           do                       do
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; expenses, $11; Nicomen Island,                 do
Poll Clerk,                                                        do                         do
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; expenses, 10; Mt. Lehman,                         do
Poll Clerk,                                                 do                                 do
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; expenses, $5.75; Moodyville,                      do
Poll Clerk,                                                           do                            do
Dep. Ret. Officer. $10; expenses, $8; Chilliwhack,                         do
Poll Clerk,                                                        do                                do
Dep. Ket. Officer, $10; expenses, $10.50; Lulu Island,                    do
Poll Clerk,                                                       do                          do
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; expenses, $5; Richmond,                            do
do                10;      do        6; Mission,                               do
Poll Clerk,                                                  do                                      do
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; expenses, $12; Langley,                              do
Poll Clerk,                                                     do                                   do
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; expenses, $7.50; Sumas,                              do
do                  10;       do       15.45; Matsqui,                           do
Election Clerk, 12 days, $36; 5 nights, $15,                                      do
Express charges on ballot boxes,                                                       do
do                            do                                                               do
do                            do                                                               do
Advertising, printing ballot papers, etc.,                                         do
Returning Officer, visiting various polling places,                          do
Stationery,                                                                                           do
Making 23 ballot boxes,                                                                      do
Rent of rooms, $7.50; meals for officers, $1.75; Brownsville,         do
Sundry fares, Election Clerk, and freight on ballot boxes,            do
do                         do                                                                      do
do                         do                                                                      do
Lodging,                     do           at North Arm,                                  do
Horse hire and feed of horse, messenger to Hall's Prairie,            do
Hire of furniture,                                                     New Westminster City
Special constable,                                                                                do
do                                                                                                do
Fitting up polling booths,                                                                  do
Returning Officer,                                                                Vancouver City
Blection Clerk,                                                                               do
Poll Clerk,                                                                                            do
do                                                                                                           do
do                                                                                                           do
do                                                                                                           do
do              .                                                                                            do
do                                                                                                           do
do                                                                                                           do
do                                                                                                   do
do                                                                                                   do
do                                                                                                   do
do                                                                                                   do
do                                                                                                   do
do                                                                                                   do
do                                                                                                   do
do                                                                                                   do
Stationery                                                                                            do
do                                                                                                   do
Printing instructions and notices                                                     do
Advertising and printing ballot papers                                            do
do                                                                                                   do
Hire of chairs                                                                                       do
Posting notices, etc.                                                                            do
Lumber for polling places                                                                  do
Making ballot boxes and fixing up polling places                           do
Calico                                                                                                    do
Hauling sawdust for polling places                                                   do
do    rubbish from polling booth yard                                         do
Express charges on ballot boxes                                                       do
do                     do                  etc.                                                  do
do                    do                                                                    do
Labour at polling booth                                                                do
Special constable                                                                           do
do                                                                                            do
H Brealey	
J T Scott	
HG Goater	
J Armstrong	
E T Wade	
S McDonald	
E J Thompson	
T F Calbick	
H Webb	
S A Cawley	
W H London 	
J P Bowditch	
0 D Sweet	
J A Catherwood	
J Gillis	
G Rawlinson	
H Holding	
G W Chadsey	
C J Sim	
T 0 Heal	
The "Truth"	
Z S Hall	
J A Calbick	
C P RCo	
Str "Fairy Queen" ,
E L Kirkland	
Wintemute Bros	
J Bell	
J A Calbick 	
C A Caldwell ..
A M Tyson	
C Tetley	
R E Green	
G H Geary	
J ZHall	
WCargill	
J B ftlcNamara    .
Thompson Bros	
S T Tilley	
City Printing Works	
The "News-Advertiser"
The "World"	
J Sehl	
Royal City Planing Mills
D McRae	
N A Berry & Co	
W S Cook 	
H McCartney	
G McKay	
E J Healy	
J H Grady	
S North	
3,161 70
23,532 60 58
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
Tatlow & Spinks	
J R Scott	
W S Robertson	
G R Robertson	
J Porter	
T H Robinson	
F Grantham	
The "Colonist"	
G Holmes	
M Brown	
Str " Boscowitz " ....
Str "Nora"	
Hudson's Bay Co..  ..
C PNCo	
Str "Nell"	
Indian G Kelly	
W C Anderson	
T Storey	
F Borland	
W Thompson	
R A Collins	
O T Hance 	
T P Reed	
R L Phair	
R McLeese	
A D Mclnnis	
A R Mclnnis	
A McNaughton	
J E Bowron	
A Johnston	
A H Breedy	
W Ellis	
F Littler	
J Malcolm	
R Graham	
J T Mayor	
J Martin	
J D Mossden	
Vieth & Borland	
The " Inland Sentinel
S A Rogers	
R Berry	
H Smith	
B C Express Co	
G Sanson 	
T Wathen	
W Grinder	
P Grinder	
A McEwen	
J M 6 Brown	
0 A McKinlay	
W Abel	
J Hetherington	
A McDonald	
W J Cusack	
JS Place	
A Twentyman	
WLee	
R Cumming	
H McCutchion	
B C Express Co	
S Leon	
J Fresierra	
T Boyle   	
O A McKinley	
C Hays	
D Hurley	
J S Place	
F W Foster	
R Ryder	
W L Flood	
J Webb	
F Passingham	
J Murray	
A B Ferguson	
A J Venn	
JMKinnear	
A McBryan	
Brought forward 	
IV. -LEGISLATION.-CoMtimMed!.
Vote No. 42.—Expenses of Elections.—Continued.
Rent of store for polling station Vancouver City
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; election clerk, $10; Metlakahtla, Cassiar District
do
do
do
do
do
10
10
10;
10
10
expenses, $2.50
Naas Harbour,
Fort Simpson,
Laketon,
Inverness,
Essington,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
20 do
do
Printing ballot papers (duplicate order),
Board of Ret. Officer Fitzstubbs at Essington, 53 days @ $1,
Rent of room do do July 1 to Aug
Fare and room        do       Victoria to   do
do                      do       Essington to and from Ft. Simpson, do
Hire of steamer distributing and collecting ballot boxes, etc., do
Various fares Returning Officer Fitzstubbs, do
Fare                                   do do
Services to                         do do
Hack hire and lodging    do                         at Victoria, do
Making seven ballot boxes, do
Deputy Returning Officer,                      Williams Lake, Cariboo District
Poll Clerk                                                            do do
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; expenses, $25.00 ; Chilcotin do
Poll Clerk, $7 ; rent of room, $5                      do do
Deputy Returning Officer                         Soda Creek do
Poll Clerk,                                                           do do
Rent of room,                                                      do do
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; rent of room, $5 ; Alexandria, do
Poll Clerk,                                                       do do
Deputy Returning Officer,                           Quesnelle, do
Poll Clerk, $7 ; rent of room, $6 ;                     do do
Deputy Returning Officer,                             Stanley, do
Poll Clerk,                                                           do do
Rent of room,                                                      do do
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10 ; expenses, $30; Harvey Creek, do
Poll Clerk, $7; rent of room, $5 ;                      do do
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; expenses, $40;          Riskie, do
Poll Clerk,                                                            do do
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; rent of room, $5 ;
Keithley Creek, do
do
Election, Clerk $14; Poll Clerk, $7; printing notices, $5; do
Rent of room,
Printing ballot papers,
Stationery, etc.,
Making ballot boxes,
Printing notices, etc.,
Express charges,
Election Clerk,
Deputy Returning Officer, $10; expenses, $23 ; Big Bar,
Poll Clerk, do
Rent of room, $5 ; and carrying box, $2.50 ; do
Deputy Returning Officer, $10 ; Empire Ranch,
Poll Clerk, $5 ; rent of room, $5 ; do
Deputy Returning Officer, $10 ; Lac La Hache,
Poll Clerk, do
Rent of room, do
Deputy Returning Officer, Lillooet,
Poll Cierk, do
Deputy Returning Officer, $10; rent of room, $5;
Poll Clerk,
Deputy Returning Officer, $10 ; rent of room, $5
Poll Cierk, do
Printing ballot papers and lists,
Express charges,
Messenger with proclamation to Dog Creek,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Lillooet District
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Dog Creek,
do
21-Mile House do
do do Lillooet.
do       to Dog Creek and Empire Ranch,
do       Lac La Hache to Clinton and 115 to 108-Mile House,
do       to various places,
do       to Lillooet and 21-Mile House, $10 ; freight, $2;
Freight on boxes,
Stationery,
Deputy Returning Officer, $10 ; rent of room, $5 ; Hope,
Poll Clerk, do
Dep. Ret. Officer, North Bend,
do Maria Slough,
do Spence's Bridge,
do $10 ; Poll Clerk, $5; rent of room, $5; Savona
do Sullivan's,
do Ducks,
do Shuswap,
Carried forward	
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Yale District
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
3,161 70
50 00
20 00
10 00
10 00
35 00
10 00
10 00
57 00
53 00
17 50
12 50
5 00
59 00
32 50
3 00
3 00
3 50
16 50
10 00
7 00
35 00
12 00
10 00
7 00
5 00
15 00
7 00
10 00
13 00
10 00
7 00
6 00
40 00
12 00
50 00
7 00
15 00
26 00
5 00
8 00
7 50
12 50
20 00
17 50
25 00
33 00
5 00
7 50
10 00
10 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
10 00
5 00
15 00
5 00
15 00
5 00
8 50
1 50
10 00
10 00
10 00
32 00
10 00
12 00
3 00
88
15 00
6 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
20 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
4,307 08
23,532 50
23,532 60 55 Vict.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
59
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$  cts
$   cts.
$   cts.
Brought forward	
lV.-LEGISLATION~e<mfi«/(te<Z.
Vote No. 42.—Expenses of Elections.—Continued.
J E Poupore	
I Irvine 	
F W Jordan	
C O Keefe	
B Lequine	
E O'Rourke	
J Fullarton	
E Dalley	
R R Gilpin	
G J Homfray	
J McKay	
T Daley	
T Kruger	
T Elliott	
H Nicholson	
C F Costerton	
G H Rashdall	
WRabbitt	
D J Macdonald	
G Blair	
H S Cleasby	
W H Holmes	
DO Hara	
WS Jones, J.P	
The " Inland Sentinel
M P Gordon	
Mc A Stevenson & Mclvor
D H Campbell	
W M Cochrane	
W H Jones 	
F Savona	
CPR Co..	
M O Gorman	
E Forester	
H E Parsons	
T Hornby	
R Ryder	
Dom. Express Co   	
J W Thompson	
H Selous	
H Anderson	
W T Atherton	
A E Sutton	
W McKenzie	
Str " Kootenay "	
J Johnson 	
Saatz & McLeod    	
Str " Galena"	
J Wilson	
T M Ward	
D McDonald	
W A Jowatt	
J Hamilton	
A E Sutton	
TL Haig	
The " Inland Sentinel ".
C J Barrett	
T Evans	
L J Edwards	
W G Nelson	
W F Craze	
H Elwood	
A B H Cochrane	
H G Parson 	
E C Parker	
F P Norbury	
W French 	
J C Rykert	
C Hugonin	
E C Parker	
R Brownrigg	
Geary & Stoddart	
N Hanson	
S Brewer	
N A Wallinger	
Dom. Express Co	
R A Knipton	
H McCutcheon	
Dep. Ret. Officer, Tappin's Siding
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Poll Clerk,
Yale District
' $10;"rent of room, $5; Salmon Arm, do
10; do 5; Sicamous, do
10 ; do 5; Head Okanagan Lake,   do
10; do 5; do do
10 ; do 5; Quilehena, do
Stump Lake, do
Nicola Lake, do
$10; rentof roomS5,GrandPrairie,KettleRiver do
10; do      85, expenses $10,Grand Prairie do
10; Lytton, do
10; rent of room, 85 ; Keremeous, do
at Kruger's, Osoyoos, do
McKinney's Camp, Rock Creek, do
810; rent of room, 85 ; Rock Creek, do
810;           do          85; Enderby, do
do do
Deputy Returning Officer, 810; rent of room, 85; Lansdowne, do
Poll Clerk,                                                                          do do
Deputy Returning Officer, $10; rent of room, 82.50; Coutlie's, do
Poll Clerk,                                                                          do do
do                                                                      Granite Creek, do
do                                                                            Ashcroft, do
Swearing in Deputy Returning Officers, 5 days @ $10, do
Printing ballot papers, voters lists, etc., do
Making ten ballot boxes, do
Pad-locks, do
Erecting screen, Kamloops, do
Distributing ballot boxes, do
do                  do       and returning same to Kamloops, do
do                  do                     do                            do do
Sundry fares for Returning Officer Hussey, do
Meal,                                            do do
Meal and bed,                             do do
Conveying messenger and boxes, Nicola to Kamloops, do
Express charges on ballot boxes, Victoria to       do do
Expenses, Hope to Yale, to make declaration, etc., do
Express charges on ballot boxes from Kamloops to Victoria, do
Election Clerk, £10; copying lists, 85,
Deputy Returning Officer, Nelson,
West Kootenay
do
do do       85; rent of room, 85, Hot Springs,       do
do do 5; do 5, Illecillewaet,       do
do do 5; do 5, Glacier, do
do do 5; do 5, McCulloch'sCk., do
Fare, &c, W. A. Jowett, Revelstoke to Sproat and return, do
Board & lodging, do at Nelson carryi'g boxes to boundary & ret. do
do do       Hot Springs, do do
Fare, etc., do do do do
do   horse hire, do       Nelson, do do
do   ferryage,     do do do do
do do do do
Messenger, 15 days @ §2.50, do do
Fare, H. Redgrave, carrying boxes, Revelstoke to Glacier, &ret., do
Meals, do do at Glacier, do
Messenger, 9 d. 822.50; exp., 821.50, Revelstoke to McCullochCk. do
Printing ballot papers, do
Making eight ballot boxes, do
Dep. Ret. Officer, $5; room, 85; exp. 816.50 Roger's Pass, East Kootenay
Poll Clerk, 84; expenses, 811.50, Rogers' Pass, do
Dep. Returning Officer 85; room, 85; expenses, 86.10, Beaver,     do
Poll Clerk, 84; assisting Returning Officer, Donald, 816, do
D. Ret. Officer, $5; room, 87.50; asst. Ret. Officer, 822.70, Golden do
Poll Clerk, Golden, do
Dep. Returning Officer, 85; room, 85; expenses, $10, Field, do
do 5; fitting up booth, 81-25, Fort Steele, do
Poll Clerk, 84; expenses, 84, Fort Steele,
Dep. Returning Officer, 810; room, 85, Cranbrook,
do
do
do.
§5; room, $5, Custom House, Kootenay R., do
Poll Clerk, $4; expenses, 84; and as messenger, 826; Windermere, do
Horse hire for Deputy Returning Officer O. G. Dennis, do
Board, lodging, and horse feed for do do
do do       §17.50; fixing booth, 85, do do
do do do do do
do do do do do
Con. ballot boxes Donald to Windermere, Fort Steele, Cranbrook do
Express charges on ballot boxes, do
Cotton and tacks for booth at Donald, do
Publishing Proclamation, do
Carried forward	
4,307 08
10 00
15 00
15 00
15 00
15 00
15 00
10 00
10 00
15 00
25 00
10 00
15 00
10 00
10 00
15 00
15 00
6 00
15 00
5 00
12 50
5 00
5 00
5 00
50 00
59 00
12 50
4 66
1 50
54 50
119 00
7 00
9 25
50
1 50
20 00
5 75
8 00
19 20
16 00
5 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
19 00
5 00
18 00
4 50
13 50
2 50
2 60
37 50
i 30
1 50
44 00
8 00
20 00
26 6C
15 5C
16 10
20 0C
35 2C
4 00
20 00
6 25
8 0C
15 00
10 OC
34 00
11 0C
6 0C
22 50
5 00
2 5C
85 00
3 75
1 26
10 92
23,532 50
5,545 71    23,532 50 60                   Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
?   cts.
$  cts.        §  cts.
CPE. Co	
R Scott	
E O'Rourke	
5,545 71    23,532 50
9 20
2 00
3 00
2 00
3 00
8 00
12 48
6 00
150 75
45 00
24 50
5 00
33 90
5 00
18 50
5 00
18 25
5 00
21 00
6 00
22 50
5 00
32 00
5 00
19 10
5 00
23 95
5 00
16 00
5 00
19 50
5 00
25 00
5 00
26 00
29 50
5 00
32 50
5 00
15 15
5 00
20 00
5 00
23 00
5 00
20 00                             ■
5 00
40 80
18 00
23 00
53 12
4 50
28 50
37 25
3 00
20 00
2 50
55
10 00
7 00
6 00
10 00
13 00
50 00
12 00
15 00
7 00
10 00
7 00
5 00
10 50
7 00
50 00
12 00
10 00
IV.-LEGISLATION.-Co«.*iMMed.
Vote No. 42.—Expenses of Elections—Contim
Sundry fares and charges, Returning Officer Redgrave,   East
Board and lodgings, messenger Hunter with ballot boxes,
do          and horse feed,    do                     do
do                      do              do                     do
do                      do              do                     do
Messenger with Proclamation to Granite Creek,
Publishing notices, etc,
Making ballot boxes,
(bye elections.)
Returning Officer, §150; charges on parcels, 75c;     New Wes
Election Clerk, 16 days @ S3,
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; expenses, $14.50; Agassiz,
Poll Clerk,                                                         do
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; expenses, $23.90; Langley Prairie,
Poll Clerk,                                                               'do
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; expenses, $8.50; Langley,
Poll Clerk,                                                      do
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; expenses, 98.25; Hall's Prairie,
Poll Clerk,                                                             do
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; room, $5; expenses, $6; Lulu Island,
Poll Clerk,                                                                      do
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; expenses, $12.50; Wharnock,
Poll Clerk,                                                            do
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; expenses, $22; Surrev Centre,
Poll Clerk,                                                         do
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; expenses, $9.10; Maple Ridge,
Poll Clerk,                                                      do
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; expenses, $13.95; Mission,
Poll Clerk,                                                         do
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; expenses, $6; Moodyville,
Poll Clerk,                                                      do
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; expenses, $9.50; Aldergrove,
Poll Clerk,                                                     do
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; expenses $15; Chilliwhack,
Poll Clerk,                                                      do
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; expenses, $16; Sumas,
do                  10;       do         19.50; Upper Sumas,
Poll Clerk,                                                             do
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; rent, $5; expenses, $17.50; Nicomen,
Poll Clerk,                                                                          do
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; expenses, $5.15; Port Moody,
Poll Clerk,                                                         do
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; expenses, $10; Mt. Lehman,
Poll Clerk,                                                      do
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; expenses, $13; Ladner's,
Poll Clerk,                                                      do
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; expenses, $10; Johnston's Landing,
Poll Clerk,                                                                do
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; expenses, $30.80; Burton's Prairie,
Poll Clerk, $5; expenses, $13; North Arm,
do         5;       do          18; Westham Island,
Making ballot boxes,
Freight on   do
Printing ballot papers,
Stationery,
Conveying ballot box to Moodyville,
Rent of room and fuel, $15; meals supplied, $5; Brownsville,
Special constable,                                                        do
Hammer and tacks,
Deputy Returning Officer, Stanley,                                  Caribc
Poll Clerk,                              do "
Hire of room,                           do
Deputy Returning Officer, Quesnelle,
Poll Clerk, $7; room, $6;           do
Deputy Returning Officer, $10; expenses, $40; Harvey Creek
Poll Clerk, $7; room, $5;                                                  do
Deputy Returning Officer, $10; room, $5; Keithley Creek,
Poll Clerk,                                                                 do
Deputy Returning Officer, Soda Creek,
Poll Clerk,                                do
Rent of room,                             do
Deputy Returning Officer, $10; expenses, 50c.; Riskie Creek,
Poll Clerk,                                                                   do
Deputy Returning Officer, $10; expenses, $40; Hanceville,
Poll Clerk, $7: rent, $6;                                              do
Deputy Returning Officer, Williams Lake,
ed.
kootenay
do
do
do
do
do
R Gulliford	
The " Kootenay Star " ..
do
do
<m'r Dist.
do
do
do
G Pittendrigh	
H GRoss	
A Smither	
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
H Holding 	
H Thrift	
D W Brown	
W H London	
J P Bowditch	
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
E T Wade	
P Murray	
F Lazenby	
J A Catherwood	
J D Gillis	
T E Knapp	
D McMaray	
R Shortreed	
P Shortreed	
do
do
do
do
H Webb	
do
C Higginson	
do
do
do
do
do
TFYork	
J Musselwhite	
S McDonald	
W McDonald	
do
do
do
do
do
J T Scott.   ..
E J Thompson	
C P Green	
do
do
do
do
do
do
N H Blain	
T Paton	
A E Pittendrigh	
C Peele	
H Peele	
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
J A Calbick 	
CPSCo	
Z S Hall 	
G A Calbick   	
HTRead&Co	
P J Tregillus	
do
H Jones	
W Ellis	
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
F Littler ....
W Polley	
T P Reed	
J D Mcintosh	
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
J T Mayor	
R A Collins	
0 T Hance	
A Dods	
6,790 21    23,532 50 55 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
61
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$  cts.
$   cts.
J D Mclnnis	
A P Mclnnis	
J Ogden	
Vieth & Borland .
J D Marsden	
M Davis	
The "Colonist" .
J D Marsden	
S A Rogers	
R Berry	
B C Express Co. .
W H Phillips
R T Williams
Dom. Express Co
The "Colonist"
Victoria Transfer Co..
J Sehl	
H G Waterson	
W H Matthew   	
T Keith	
G W Anderson	
Young Bros	
Royal City Planing Mills
M&H A Fox	
G A Matthew	
Fell & Co	
W Bryce	
Nanaimo " Free Press "
The Victoria " Times" .
M Miller
do
do
do
do
Palmer & Rey	
Reed & Goodman	
Wells, Fargo & Co	
H M Customs	
T N Corder	
C Squires	
T Whitwell	
D J McDonald	
WTrickey	
R Foster	
R J Styles	
A E Oates	
A Elliott	
S Thomas	
C M Taylor	
Pacific Parcels Delivery .
Minnesota Type Foundry
W Buckett	
Turner, Beeton & Co	
M W Waitt& Co	
TN Hibben & Co	
CPNCo	
R P Rithet & Co	
6,790 21
16 00
7 00
7 00
8 50
21 00
3 50
25 00
10 00
4 26
12 50
17 60
18 50
58 80
10 75
112 50
23,532 B0
IV. -LEGISLATION. -Concluded.
Vote No. 42.—Expenses of Elections.—Concluded.
Deputy Returning Officer, $10; room, $6; Alexandria, Cariboo District
Poll Clerk,                                                              do                          do
do        150-Mile House,                                                                do
Rent of room, $6; hire of horse, $2.50; 150-Mile House,                 do
Election Clerk, $14; Poll Clerk, $7; Richfield,                                 do
Special constable,                                     do                                       do
Printing ballot papers,                                                                        do
Printing instructions and voters' lists,                                             do
Stationery,                                                                                            do
Making ballot boxes,                                                                           do
Express charges on ballot boxes,                                                       do
Rubber stamps, pads, and ink, general election	
20 00
Express charges on parcels,                do             	
Vote No. 43.—Contingent Fund.
7,123 01
9 00
8 00
4 25
54 00
46 00
44 00
3,333 60
20 00
55 00
70 00
2 25
9 75
4 00
11 25
Hire of chairs,                                             do                  	
Services as secretary to Private Bills Committee	
do                     do                                do         re attack on procession
Supplies for luncheon-room during session, including attendance	
Hire of str " Gypsy," committee inspecting N. Arm bridge, Feb. 15, 1890
Services in the library,                                                             35 days @ $2
Vote No. 44.—Journals and Statutes Rinding.
Binding 250 Journals of 1890, $75; 300 do. of 1891, $150	
3,671 10
225 00
393 00
'     741 50
675 33
62 54
do       234 Sessional Papers, 1890, $175.50; 290 do. 1891, $217.60
do       595 Statutes of 1890, $268.50; 473 Statutes of 1891, $473
Folding and stitching 7,700 Land and Mineral Acts, 600 Wellington
Strike Enquiry, 400 Municipal Acts, 800 Rules of Public Schools,
750 School Reports, 400 Minister of Mines Report, 375 Public Works
Report, 380 Public Accounts, 12,359 various Acts	
V .-PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).
Vote No. 45—Printing Office,  Victoria.
2,097 37
88 50
141 25
5 90
128 80
8 2B
1 60
60
1 50
25
1 00
50
25
25
50
50
3 00
523 12
50
15 3B
2,107 26
1,465 83
39 29
5 65
36,423 98
do    	
20 00
4,539 44 62
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
8     cts.
M Miller	
Albion Iron Works Co. .
J Partridge.   	
Nicholles & Renouf .   ..
J Davidson	
Miller & Richard	
B Gordon	
A Holmes	
Goodwin & Co	
Langley & Co	
McQuade & Son	
J Doherty	
Bank of B.C	
Langley & Co	
E G Prior & Co. ...
Braden & Stamford
Victoria Gas Co.
J Weiler	
W A Robertson
Dom. Express Co. .
A Lewis	
G Harris	
I B Nason	
W B Gladwin	
F Neeves	
A H Maynard	
F Kermode	
Fell & Co	
McKillican & Anderson
J Weiler	
JSehl	
R Maynard	
E G Prior & Co	
Braden and Stamford .
M Hare	
Str "Alert"	
R T Williams	
A McGregor & Co	
J Sears 	
A Pidcock	
D E Campbell & Co.    .
Langley & Co	
W Jackson & Co   	
TShotbolt	
W J Pendray	
J P Burgess	
M W Waitt	
E & N Railway Co	
Royal Hotel	
Str "Isabel"	
G G McDonald	
J B Holmes	
H Smith	
C P N Co	
CPRCo	
W Allan	
S Phillipine	
W Walker	
D Cullen	
Bligh & Lyne	
Marshall & Smith	
B C Express Co	
E S Peters	
M Miller	
The "Colonist"	
H Short	
McQuade & Son	
E McDougall	
W S Beckwith	
Dom. Express Co	
J H King	
Brought forward	
V.-PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).-CVrntrnwetf.
Vote No. 45.—Printing Office, Victoria.—Concluded.
Grinding cutting machine knife	
Repairs to engine	
Sheeting and towels  	
Mallets	
Cartag'e on material from wharf	
Type	
Lye, soap, and coal oil	
Washing towels    ...
Wire	
Sponge	
Oil and waste	
Removing ashes, etc	
Exchange on draft	
Vote No. 46.—Assay Offices.
Chemicals and apparatus,
Charcoal and coke,
Muffle furnace, domes, etc.,
Gas for furnaces,
Oil cloth, towels, etc.,
One hammer,
Expressage on ]
Stovepipe, etc.,
Charcoal,
Chlor. potass and nails,
Freight and storage on supplies,
Victoria Office
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Cariboo Office
do
do
Vote No. 46a.—Provincial Museum.
Assisting Curator, 4 days @ $1
do 14f days @ $2.50, $37.25; 5 birds, $10.25	
do 9 months and 6 days @ $20
Brushes, lye, soda, soap, coal oil, etc	
Hook rails, painting and staining cases, drawer pulls, etc	
Making cases, shields and wood for mounting, etc	
do do do 	
Photographs, eyes, stuffed birds, etc	
Tools, nails, etc	
Altering gas fixture	
Hire of Str. "Badger" for Curator, dredging for marine specimens, £ day
do do do 1 day
Rubber stamps	
Screws, bolts for setting up animals	
Glass, and painting- brackets	
Indian curios	
Preservatives, etc	
do	
do  ■	
do 	
Paper boxes	
Making truck, sharpening saws	
Books and maps 	
3 fares, Curator, Victoria to Nanaimo and return	
Meals and bed, do       at Nanaimo	
Fare and meals, do      Nanaimo to Comox and return	
Meals and bed, do       at Comox	
Provisions, etc., do       whilst travelling in Comox District ..
Conveying do        to Black Creek and back, 6 days @ $5
Fare, etc., do       Victoria to Vancouver and return  ...
do do       Vancouver to Ashcroft       do       ....
Meals, do       at Bridge Creek   	
Hire 2 horses and man,      do       at 108-Mile House, 6 days @ $5	
Meals and bed, do do 	
do do       at 83-Mile House	
do do       at Ashcroft	
do do       at Clinton	
Fare, do       Ashcroft to 108-Mile House and ret'n
One mountain sheep	
Mounting map and frame for samples	
Printing cards	
Eyes	
Plaster, paint, rope, putty, shellac, etc	
Two white-tailed deer   	
Expressage on sundry packages	
do do	
do do	
Carried forward	
4,539 44
5 00
99 36
6 85
4 00
1 00
316 92
10 50
24 00
25
35
28 13
3 50
1 95
2 25
13 05
173 86
45 40
98 41
30 95
5 37
2 50
4 40
5 90
42 00
5 32
18 38
4 00
47 50
183 33
12 26
47 75
114 07
224 75
135 40
23 11
1 00
10 00
20 00
4 00
22 25
15 50
3 00
10 75
18 10
1 75
13 00
7 00
12 75
14 25
9 00
4 00
9 00
4 75
27 00
30 00
4 00
22 00
2 00
30 00
10 00
3 50
16 50
7 00
29 50
15 60
9 00
9 00
2 55
24 30
20 00
25 06
22 15
50 55 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
63
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$  cts.
Dickinson & Co
J Reichenback
R J Armstrong
J D Kelly	
M Harvey	
A Tanasse	
D Gunn 	
F Mcintosh. ...
W H Vianen .. .
N RMunro
Wright Bros...
J W Creighton
J M Wise....
J Johnston .   .
N W Gas Co ..
W E Dickinson
DS Curtis & Co	
J Stevens & Son
Ogle, Campbell & Co
GH Grant	
JEllard&Co	
J Weiler	
R J Armstrong	
J Ellard&Co	
H T Reed & Co	
Campbell & Anderson.
Cunningham Bros	
Ogle, Campbell & Co   .
W E Fales	
F Crake	
T JTrapp& Co	
D Adderley	
Wintemute Bros	
G Bowen	
J French	
Spokane N. Railway .
J A Gibson	
C PR Co	
CPN Co	
B C Express Co	
C KS Railway Co... .
A Rae	
J Thomas	
Gilley Bros	
Huff'& Moore	
D Burton	
Bligh & Lyne	
S R Raymond	
Colonial Hotel	
Douglas Hotel	
Brought forward	
V.-PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE) Continued.
Vote No. 47.—Asylum, for the Insane, New Westminster
Provisions.
Meat   	
Meat and vegetables, 12 months	
Groceries, 12      .,        	
Bread, 2     „        	
do 4      „        	
do 6      „        	
Milk	
do   12 months	
Fish,   12    ,,        	
Two pigs and 1 doz. poultry, for stock
Poultry	
Coal,   12 months
Wood	
do   	
Coke   	
Dravage on coke
Medicines.
Drugs and surgical appliances.
Surgical instrument	
Clothing.
Clothes, boots, blankets, and flannel	
Boots	
Hose, yarn, gingham, thread, etc	
Eurniture.
Two doz. cruets	
Hay for beds	
Ticking	
Knives, forks, and spoons	
Brushes, agate-ware, crockery, etc	
Kitchen utensils and repairs to tinware	
Carpet, ticking, sheeting, etc	
Carpet binding	
Repairs to clocks	
Buckets, clothes-line, reels, etc	
Two clocks	
Chairs, wardrobe, bureau, wash-stand, etc.
Expressage on surgical chair	
Freight and express charges on range plate
Transport of Lunatics and Keepers.
Fare of lunatic to Spokane Falls	
Meals and bed for lunatic en route to Spokane Falls	
Fares, meals and bed for lunatics and keepers, sundry times	
do do do do 	
do do do do 	
do do   for lunatic, Sproat's to Little Dalles   	
Conveying lunatics to Asylum and Hospital     	
do do and keepers to wharf, en route to Asylum.
do do do       to Asylum, sundry times	
do do
do do
Meals & beds, do
do do
do do
do do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
at Ashcroft	
New Westminster
do
do
Carried forward.
7 88
1,719 19
2,731 47
185 60
466 13
662 01
3 06
362 55
174 25
16 00
26 12
1,579 70
24 50
94 50
3 00
2 00
195 28
3 50
1,035 90
6 25
21 43
10 00
25 83
56 23
15 69
184 47
117 95
92 64
2 40
3 00
15 40
25 00
154 80
50
75
198 78
5 25
9 50
226 85
41 50
15 00
6 50
2 50
2 00
11 25
5 00
2 00
4 50
3 00
3 00
2 00
339 85
16,777 98 64
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
TO WHOM PAID.
FORJWHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$  cts.
$   cts.
CHall	
Soderberg & Johnson
T M Ward	
A E Sutton	
J Webb	
D Stewart	
H Pink & Co	
M Bloomfleld	
T Crawford	
T Watkins	
W McN Jones, M.D	
RE Walker, M.D	
W ADe W Smith, M.D..
L T Davis, M.D	
P J Rice, M.D	
WRenwick, M.D	
W B Campbell, M.D	
F Westbrook, M.D	
G McDonald, M.D	
C J Fagan, M.D	
J McLean, M.D	
W E Fales	
Douglas & Davison	
J Best	
A Mercer	
Mathers & Milligan	
Gilley Bros 	
J D Rae	
P.M. New Westminster..
D Lyal & Co	
N.W. Foundry Co	
Albion Iron Works Co...
R McClinton	
J French	
C PNCo	
Do      	
G A MeTavish	
N.W. Gas Co	
T Ovens 	
Campbell & Anderson ...
Henderson Directory Co.
J Linn	
Cunningham Bros	
J Phillips	
R Hickingbottom, V.S. .
G E Bowen	
H Morey & Co	
Brunette Saw Mills Co...
TJTrapp&Co	
W M Chudley, Treasurer
W H Keary, Treasurer ,
J Stone, Secretary .
Brought forward 	
V.-PUBLIC  INSTITUTIONS  (MAINTENANCEJ.-ComeJMrfe*
Transport of Lunatics and Keepers.—Concluded.
Meals and beds, lunatics and keepers to New Westminster 	
do do do Nelson	
do do do Kootenay Ferry	
do do do Glacier   	
do do do North Bend	
do do do do 	
do do do Kamloops	
Special Constable in charge of lunatic, Sproat's to New West., 5 d. @ $3
do do do Vancouver      do        	
do do do Clinton do 5 d. @ $3
Miscellaneous.
Examining 3 persons as to sanity.
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
18
15
3
3
1
2
1
1
1
12
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Burial of 15 patients	
Ankle straps and girdles	
Stock fee for cow	
Hay for cow and horse	
do do
Hauling hay	
Oats and bran,    do 	
Rent of post office box for 1 year	
Stamps	
Castings for range, etc	
do do      	
Freight and express charges on poultry	
do do on sundries	
do do on clock	
do   and wharfage on horse	
Garden seeds	
Gas	
Repairs to range, making turf cutter, keys, etc..
Tools	
One copy of Directory	
Manure	
Plumbing, etc	
Whistles for keepers	
Attending to injured horse	
Express charges on valise	
Church service cards	
Sawdust	
Thermometers   	
VI.-H0SPITA1S AND CHAEITIES.
Vote No. 4S LLospital, Victoria.
Grant in aid (12 months)	
Vote No. 49—Hospital, New Westminster.
Grant in aid (12 months)	
Vote No. SO.—Hospital, Cariboo.
Grant in aid (12 months) .... 	
Carried forward.
339 85
50
3
5(1
3 75
1
50
1
60
2
26
50
15
00
5
50
15
00
15 00
90 00
75 00
12 00
12 00
5 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
60 00
150 00
7 50
2 00
23 00
16 75
2 00
19 50
5 00
25 00
12 30
8 50
1 35
1 50
50
3 50
2 50
316 05
16 75
11 75
3 00
12 00
7 10
2 00
3 00
50
3 75
2 00
12 60
966 00
18,132 83
4,000 00 55 Vict. Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
65
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$  cts.
S   cts.
D Smith, Secretary ...
J Mcintosh, Chairman
Vancouver City	
P Bartleman	
D Little	
J McFadden	
A McDonald	
F W Miller	
J Reardon	
C P R Co	
Do      	
Do      	
Do       	
Do      	
Do      	
Do      	
Do      	
T Forest	
T Richardson	
Do 	
Creedon & Smith	
A Diebel	
W McN Jones, M.D. ..
Corporation of Victoria
Mrs M Jenkins	
A Churton	
E Spencer, President .
G Sansom, M.D	
E I Oflerhaus, M.D	
E Bovey	
R J Ferguson	
T Truran	
G Marshall	
Brought forward	
VI.-HOSPITALS AND CHA&ITmS.-Concluded.
Vote No. 51—Hospital, Nanaimo.
Grant in aid (12 months)   	
Vote No. 52.—Hospital, Kamloops.
Grant in aid (12 months)	
Vote No. 53.—Hospital, Vancouver.
Grant in aid (12 months)	
Vote No. 55.—In aid of Destitute Poor and. Sick.
Grant in aid    	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Board and attendance of destitute sick person at Donald 	
Fare, do Donald to Kamloops.
do do Revelstoke to Kamloops
do   of Constable in charge of       do Illecillewaet to     do
do do        returning to do        from do
Meals do        and sick person to and from        do        and   do
Fare and meals, do Revelstoke to       do
do do Golden to do
Board and attendance,       do at Donald	
Meal for attendant in charge of sick person at Kamloops 	
Bedding supplied, and care of do do        	
Meals and bed for attendant in charge of sick person at Kamloops   ...
Board and lodging, sick person at New Westminster	
Professional services rendered    do       at Victoria ;
Proportion of amount disbursed from 27th April to 31st December
1890 (Municipal Act, 1890)	
Vote No. 55a.—In aid of the Deaf and Dumb.
In aid, sending child to Institute at Winnipeg	
do    education of do. at   do     at Montreal (1 year).
Vote No. 55b.—In aid of Refuge Home,  Victoria.
Grant in aid	
Vote No. 56.- In aid. of Resident Physician at Clinton.
Grant as above (12 months)      	
Vote No. 57a.—In aid of Resident Physician, Okanogan.
Grant as above (11 months @ $25)	
VII.-ADMIN1STRATION  OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).
Vote No. 5S.—Summoning & paying Jurors & Witnesses
Witness fee, Reg. v. Robinson, 1 day,
do Reg. v. LeClair,     1   ,,
do do 1   ,,
do do 1   ,,
Victoria
do
do
do
Carried forward.
35 30
25 00
40 00
40 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
24 28
10 40
6 46
15 90
7 85
1 60
10 00
11 25
5 00
50
10 00
3 50
32 00
15 00
225 36
40 00
100 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
8 00
140 00
750 00
275 00
(,178 99 *
66                  Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$  cts.
% cts.
?  cts.
J Ewing	
Brought forward
VII. -ADMINISTRATION) OF JUSTICE (OT
SALARIES.—Continued.
Vote No. 5S.—Summoning & paying Jurors
Continued.
Witness fee, Reg. v. LeClair,     1 day,
do                      do                1   ,,
35 30
8 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
i 00
4 00
25 00
13 50
12 50
12 50
12 60
12 50
12 50
12 50
21 75
14 50
14 50
14 50
14 50
14 50
14 50
14 50
14 50
6 00
8 00
90 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 0«
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
8 00
3 25
3 20
5 20
3 20
8 00
12 00
12 00
12 00
20 50
12 00
12 00
11 50
11 60
12 00
12 00
7 B0
11 B0
12 50
36 80
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
HER THAN
& Witnesses.
Victoria
do
T Goldsmith	
do                      do                1   ,,                                                    do
do          Reg. v. Clayton,    1   ,,                                                 do
do                      do                1   ,,                                                    do
do                      do                1   ,,                                                     do
do          Reg. v. Davis,        2   ,,                                                     do
do                      do                2   ,,                                                     do
do          Reg. v. Grunwell et at., 6 d. @ §2; expenses $13.00    do
do                               do                      3    „      2           „           0.50     do
RH Ward	
J ONeil	
T VV Carter	
J B Hugo	
T Thomas	
J Blair   	
THaiworth	
do                               do                      3    „      2           „
dO                               do                      3    „      2           „
do                            do                    3   „      2
do                            do                    3   „      2          ,,
do                            do                    3   „      2          „
do                               do                     3    „      2           „
do                            do                    5   ,,      2           ,,
do          Reg. v. Bates et at,       4   ,,      2          ,,
do                            do                    4   „      2           „
do                            do                    4   ,,      2
do                            do                    4   „      2           „
do                            do                    4   „      2           „
do                          do                  4   ,,     2          ,,
do                            do                    4   ,,      2          „
do                            do                    4   ,,      2           ,,
6.50    do
6.60     do
6.50    do
6.50    do
6.50    do
6.50    do
11.76     do
6.50    do
6.50    do
6.50    do
6.50    do
6.60    do
6.50    do
6.50    do
6.50    do
C P Bloomfleld	
J B Hugo	
do          Reg. v. Whelan,              3   ,,      2                                   do
do                            do                    2   ,,      4                                   do
do                            do                  45   ,,      2                                  do
do                            do                    2   ,,                                          do
do                            do                    2   ,,                                          do
do                            do                    2   ,,                                          do
do                            do                    2   ,,                                          do
do                            do                    2   ,,                                          do
do                            do                    2   „                                          do
do                            do                    2   „                                          do
do                          do                  2   ,,                                       do
do                            do                    2   ,,                                          do
do                            do                    2   ,,                                          do
do          Reg. v. Lin Chong,          2   ,,                                          do
do           Reg. v. Buckhart,             1    ,,                                              do
do                          do                   1   ,,                                       do
do                            do                    1   ,,                                          do
do          Reg. v. Allen,                  2   ,,                                          do
do          Reg. v. Lewis,                 2   ,,                                          do
do                     do                           2   ,,                                          do
do           Reg. v. McDonald and Carroll,                                        do
do                     do                         do                                                do
do           Reg. v. Olsen,                                                                    do
do                     do                                                                             do
do                     do                                                                             do
do                     do                                                                             do
do          Reg. v. Tong Lin Din,    2 d. @ $4,                                 do
do          Reg. v. Fauett,                1    ,,      2: expenses, $1.25    do
J D Helmoken, M.D
H Short	
J F Harbottle 	
E L Wrigglesworth ...
M Lepine	
H Caldwell	
T Deasy	
W Irvine 	
T Carlson	
D McKay	
R Borthwick	
J Smith	
F Baby	
M Ginty	
J W Blantern	
G L Milne, M.D	
E G Hulton	
WEBretin, M.D	
W J Moon        	
do          Reg. v. White,                  1    „      2
do                     do                            1    ,,      i
do                     do                           1   „      2
do          Reg. v. Rutledge,            2   ,,      4
do                     do                           4   „      2
do                     do                           4   „      2
do                     do                            4   „      2
do                     do                            4   ,,      4
do                     do                           4   ,,      2
do                     do                           4   „      2
do                     do                            4   „      2
do                     do                           4   „      2
do                     do                           4   „      2
do                     do                            4   ,,      2
do                     do                            2   „      2
do                     do                           4   ,,      2
do                       do                              4    „       2
do                     do     (plans, $15)   3   „      4
do           Reg. v. Dalev.                  1   .,
1.20     do
1.20     do
„         1.20     do
do
4.00     do
4.00     do
„         4.00     do
4.50     do
4.00     do
4.00     do
3.50     do
3.50     do
„         4.00     do
„         4.00     do
,,         3.50     do
„         3.50     do
,,         4.50     do
9.80     do
do
WRenwick, M.D	
J Tobin	
E Forrest	
LF Dickson, M.D	
A Todd	
J Rutledge	
T Smith	
A M Watson	
H 0 Wellburn	
W P Lindley	
do                     do                            1   ,,                                          do
do                     do                            1   ,,                                          do
do                     do                            1   ,,                                          do
do                     do                            1   ,,                                          do
C G Ballentyne	
C H Gibbons	
Carried forward
692 90 55 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
67
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
9  cts.
$  cts.
F R Sargison	
H A Levine	
C J Miller	
J Messiner	
J H Frank	
W Thumson	
H Butner	
R Irvine	
J Meldram 	
W Maynard	
W R Blake	
J W Walker	
G Jones	
S L Levy	
A A Aaronson	
W Renwiok, M.D	
H A Levin	
F W Hall, M.D	
C Copeland	
H E Gordon	
W R Reid	
Pay list   	
L Marbouef	
CC Fox	
New England Bakery .
Str " City of Kingston
FC O'Neil	
Indian A Gosnell	
H Carmiehael	
H Courtenay	
G Morrison, J.P	
T Shotbolt, J.P.
C Hayward, J.P	
E & N Railway Co....
A Bossi	
J Tobin	
W Forrest	
E H Forrest	
H Douglas	
R Douglas	
E Johnson, S.M	
G ALilley	
G W Lilley	
E APraeger, M.D. ...
P J Rice, M.D	
L B Carr	
T Adderton	
E Adderton	
J Hirst	
J H Hilbert	
MrsS Hilbert	
E A Praeger, M.D. ...
W Arthur	
W Green	
M A Hirst	
E Johnson	
T Eva	
D W Eberts, M.D. . ..
L T Davis, M.D	
G Dunbar	
J Carrabar	
J Lynch	
W Jones	
J Millar	
G BFrenk	
J Whitfield	
P J Rice, M.D	
E A Praeger, M.D	
Wong Ah Low	
Wong Ah You	
Mah Mayne	
Ah Tim 	
LT Davis, M.D	
P J Rice, M.D	
S Trapp	
E Trapp	
Brouqht forward
V1I.-ADMINISTRATION OP JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).—Continued.
Vote No. 5S.—Summoning & paying Jurors & Witnesses.
Continued.
Witness fee, Reg. i). Daley,
Reg. v. Paginlanto,
do
do
do
Reg. v. Bermundez,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Reg. v. Charlie,
do
Reg. v. Peterson,
do
do
Reg. v. Ah Sam,
do
do
1 day,
2 „
2 ,.
2 „
2    „
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do
do
do
do
' do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
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do
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Petit jurors,
Meals for jurors,
do
do
Fare of witness Indian Mary, Reg. v. John, Seattle to
Conveying witness Indian Mary to Provincial Gaol,
Assisting Sergt. Langley,    do   at Seattle, 5 days (3 $2; exp.
Analytical examination of clothing, Reg. v. Fou Lin Alin,
Conveying witnesses to and from Court, do
Selector of jurors, 5 days @ $5,
do 13   „ 6,
do 9   „ 5,
Fares of 20 witnesses, Nanaimo to
Lodging jurors, Reg. v. Whelan,
Witness fee, Reg. v. Rutledge, 1 day @ $2; expenses $1,
do 1    „ 2
do 1   „ 2        „ 1
do 1   ,, 2        „ 1
do 1   „ 2        „ 1
Fares, $4.50; expenses, $5.50, Reg. v. Rutledge, to and from
Witness fee, Reg. v. Quanilet, 2 days @ $2,
do
do
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Reg. v. Sim Kee,    9    ,, 4
do 9    „ 4
Reg. v. Adderton,  1    ,,
do 1    „
do 1    „
do 1    ,,
do 1   ,,
do 1   „
do 2   „ 4
do 1    ,,
do 1    „
do 1    ,
Reg. v. Qualicum Tom,
do 5
Reg. v. Luporini, 4
do 4
do 4
do 4
do 4
do 4
do 4
do 4
do 4   ..
Reg. v. Long Kee and Mah Yuen, 4 days @ $4,
> d. @ $2; expenses,
2 ,,
4
4
2
do do
do do
do do
do do
Reg. v. Ah Tim, 3 days,
Reg. V. Alderman, 4 days @
do 4
do 2
do 2
Carried forward.
2; expenses,
Victoria
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
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$3.75 do
do
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do
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Duncan
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do
do
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do
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Nanaimo
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
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do
do
do
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do
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4 00
4 00
$ cts.
2 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
4 00
2 00
4 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
506 80
28 75
24 00
17 00
1 00
1 50
13 75
12 00
5 00
25 00
65 00
45 00
87 75
10 00
3 00
2 00
3 00
8 00
3 00
10 00
4 00
4 00
36 00
36 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
8 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
12 00
12 00
16 00
16 00
8 00
8 00
8 00
8 00
8 00
8 00
8 00
16 00
12 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
16 00
16 00
4 00
7 00
43 30  1,914 45 68                  Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
Brought forwar
VII.-ADMINISTRATION  OF  JUSTICE
SALARIES).—Continued
Vote No. 5S.—Summoning & 'paying Ju
Continued.
Witness fee. Res* v. Alderman,        4 days @> $2:
I	
43 30
1,914 45
14 00
5 00
6 00
4 00
24 00
8 00
8 00
8 00
8 00
8 00
4 00
4 00
2 00
2 00
2 75
2 75
2 00
2 75
2 75
2 75
4 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
4 00
4 00
2 75
2 75
2 76
2 75
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
8 50
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
15 00
15 00
693 00
99 00
3 75
3 00
9 00
29 50
11 00
2 00
5 50
8 00
6 00
18 00
16 00
12 00
12 00
12 00
6 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
3 50
(OTHER THAN
rors & Witnesses.
expenses S6; Nanaimo
do          Reg. v. F. D. Little,     6       „       1                                do
L T Davis, M.D	
E A Praeger, M.D	
do                     do                         5       ,,       1                                do
do          Reg. v. Ester,                1       ,,       4                               do
do          Reg. o. Paisley,            6      ,,       4                             do
do                    do                       4      ,,       2                             do
do                     do                         4       ,,                                         do
do                     do                         4       ,,                                         do
do                     do                         4       ,,                                         do
do                     do                         4       ,,                                         do
do           Reg. v. Boyle,                1       ,,                                         do
do           Reg. v. Slater,                1       ,,                                        do
do                     do                         1       ,,                                         do
do                     do                         1       ,,                                         do
do                     do                         1       ,,       2; expenses, 75c.     do
do                   do                       1       „      2         ,,       75       do
do                     do                         1       ,,                                         do
do                    do                       1      „       2         „        75        do
do                     do                         1       „       2         „        75        do
do                     do                         1       ,,       2         ,,        75        do
do          Reg. v. Vipond,             1       ,,                                         do
do           Reg. V. Ah Sing,            1       ,,                                         do
do                     do                         1       ,,                                         do
do                     do                         1       ,,                                         do
do                     do                         1       ,,                                         do
do           Reg. v. Billy Howhawk, 2 days @ §2,                          do
M A Bell	
L T Davis, M.D	
D W Bberts, M.D	
H McAdie	
H Elliss	
C Root	
W W Walkem, M.D	
F Low	
do                            do                      2       „       2,                          do
do             Reg. v. Duco,       1 day @ 2; expenses 75c.               do
do                       do                   1    ,,           2         ,,       75c.                 do
do                       do                   1    „           2         „        75c.                 do
do                     do                  1   „          2        „       75c.               do
do          Reg. v. Fraser,       1   ,,                                                    do
do                     do                  1    ,,                                                    do
do                     do                  1    ,,                                                    do
do                     do                  1   ,,                                                    do
do          Reg. v. Wilson,      1   ,,                                                do
do                       do                   2    „           2;        „        $4.50,             do
do                     do                  1   ,,                                                    do
do                     do                  1    ,,                                                    do
do                     do                  1    ,,                                                    do
do                     do                  1   ,,                                                    do
Selector of Jurors,                       3   ,,          5,                                      do
do                                     3   „          5,                                      do
Petit Jurors,                                                                                            do
Meals supplied Jurors,                                                                      do
do            witness, Reg. v. Wilson,                                              do
Fare,                       do                do            Victoria to                          do
Lodging Jurors in charge of Sheriff,                                                    do
Hire of buggy for Sheriff serv'g summonses, convey'g Jurors, etc., do
do                                do                                    do                       do
Serving summonses,                                                                               do
Expenses of witness, Reg. v. Williams,                                                do
Witness fee. Reir. v. Sam et al. 3 davs (re ?2: expenses 82,    New West'r
W Haley	
H C Holbrook	
W H Philpott	
F C Malpas	
S Fox	
G Williams	
0 W Durant	
M Bate, J. P	
J PPlanta, J.P	
H Dempsey	
E & N Railway Co	
Thompson & Scoville..,.
O'Brian & Dunlop	
W Chappie	
G Morley	
do                     do                  2   „          2        ,
do                     do                  6   „          2
do                     do                  6   „          2        ,
do                     do                  4   „          2
do                     do                  4   ,,          2        ,
do                     do                  4   „          2        ,
do                     do                  1    ,,          4        ,
do   Reg. v. Futoine et al,   1   ,,          1
do                     do                  1   „          1
do                     do                  1   „          1
do                     do                  1   „          1
do                     do                  1    „          1        ,
do                     do                  1   „          1        ,
do                     do                  1   „          1
do                     do                  1   „          1
do                     do                  1   ,,          1
do                     do                  1    „          1
do                     do                  1    „          1
do                     do                  1   „          1
do           Reg. v. Brown,       1    ,,          2
do                     do                  1   „          2
do                     do                  1   „          2
do                     do                  I   „          2        ,
2,                do
6,                 do
4,                do
,         4,                 do
4,                do
4,                 do
2,                 do
1,                do
,         1,                 do
1,                 do
,         1,                 do
1,                 do
1,                 do
1,                 do
1,                 do
1,                 do
1,                 do
,        1,                do
1, do
2, do
2,                 do
2,                 do
1.50,            do
J Bell	
J H Hallett	
Ah You	
Ah Tong   	
Ah Kim	
Ah Hoy	
Ah Hoy (2)	
Ah Hue	
N L Wood .          	
C Ellis	
d	
43 30
3,006 95
' 55 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
69
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$  cts.
$  cts.
A E Ellis	
H E Langis, M.D	
A Ellis	
R Griffith	
E Brown	
C J Armstrong	
W Hemphill	
R E Hemphill	
W Davies	
W A De W-Smith, M.D.
C A Bull	
H A Bull	
R E Walker, M.D	
J McKeown	
D Ferguson	
W Simpson	
J Clough	
E J Chapman	
L Chapman	
S Tebbs 	
T Matly	
A M Robertson	
J Marrineto  	
J McAllister	
CBeckwith	
J Cartwright	
J McLaren	
JH Hallett	
W Reinhard, M.D	
W Hake	
A McBlane	
Mrs McBlane	
J Plested	
A Home	
Mrs D Hake	
H E Langis, M.D	
Indian Lucy	
Do   Mary  	
Do   Kitty	
Do   Bob 	
Do   Peter	
N. B. Ganorean, C.E. ..
R E Walker, M.D	
M Spencer	
S G Spencer	
J Spencer 	
M Grant	
RE Walker, M.D	
Indian Moody	
Do   Seymour	
Do    Swan-i-sit	
Do   Kitty	
Do   Charlie	
FReed	
N BGanoreau, C.E	
J M McLean, M.D	
C J Fagan, M.D	
H Jasper 	
W Anderson	
G Christian	
O Nelson	
J Sawyer	
V N Haywood	
C Thompson	
C Vanderwert	
Indian Thomas	
J Reid	
V W Haywood	
M G McLeod	
M Moss	
J McLaren	
J Sawyer	
Do      	
J Robertson	
H A Hansen	
S Burr	
Brought forward .
VII.-ADMINISTRATION  OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).—Continued.
Vote No. 58—Summoning & paying Jurors & Witnesses
Continued.
Witness
do
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Reg.
Reg.
Reg
Reg.
fee, Reg. v. Brown,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
v. Fulton,
do
v. Wilson,
'    do
do
do
V. Morrison,
do
do
Reg. v. Box,
do
do
do
do
do
v. Burr,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Reg. v. Alexander,
do
do
do
do
do
Reg. v. Que Sou,
do
do
do
do
Reg. v. Slumach,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Reg. v. McDonald,
do
do
Reg. y. Morand,
do
Reg. v. Homm,
do
do
Reg, v. Chapman,
Reg. u. Plante,
do
do
Reg. v. Johnston,
do
Reg. v. Ah Lewis,
Reg. v. Liberty,
Reg. v. MeCabe,
do
do
1 day
3 ,.
3 „
3 „
3 „
3 „
3 „
3 „
3 ,,
@ $2; expenses,$1.50, New West'r
4 ,, 2,
2 „ 2,
2 „ 2,
2 ,, 2,
2 „ 2,
2
2
1,
1,
2,
4
2
2
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1
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4
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1
1
I
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4
2
2
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4
1
1
1
1
1
2
4
5
10
2
2
2
3,
2,
2,
2,
3,
2,
7,
7,
1.50,
1.50,
1.50,
1.50,
1.50,
1.50,
1.50,
1.50,
1.50,
1,
4,
1,
4,
1,
1,
4,
1.50,
plans $10,
examination $10,
expenses $2,
» 4,
4,
i,
1,
1,
1,
1,
plans, etc., $15,
examination, etc.,
do
expenses $2,
2,
2,
1.60,
1.50,
1.50,
3,
2,
2,
2,
1.50,
1.60,
1.50,
do
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Carried forward.
3,006 95
3 50
14 00
8 00
8 00
8 00
8 00
7 00
7 00
8 00
12 00
15 00
10 00
12 00
4 00
4 00
13 00
6 00
10 00
13 00
3 60
3 50
5 50
3 50
3 50
3 50
3 50
3 50
5 50
5 00
10 00
3 00
6 00
3 00
3 00
10 00
3 50
3 00
3 00
8 00
3 00
3 00
18 00
18 00
8 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
12 00
2 00
6 00
6 00
6 00
6 00
4 00
23 00
10 00
20 00
6 00
6 00
6 00
2 00
2 00
3 50
3 50
3 50
6 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
2 00
2 00
3 50
3 50
3 50
43 30  3,512 45 io
Public Accounts,  1st July, 1890, to ,30th June, 1891
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$    ts.
Brought forward.
VH.—ADMINISTRATION OF  JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).—Continued.
Vote No. 58.—Summoning & pitying Jurors & Witnesses
—Continued.
S Haywood	
A McCalpine	
G William	
R Manning	
J Turner 	
J Shannon	
Indian Coquitlam John.
Do   August	
Do   Willie	
Do   Billy	
Do   Pierre	
T Wilson	
Ah Strong	
S J Yeomans	
Indian Joe	
Do   William	
F Parent	
J C Henderson, M.D...
L Daneau	
B Muenoh	
WHRymell	
Indian Jim	
A Driscoll, C.E	
M A Yeomans	
Chong	
J Athey	
N J Yeomans	
E E Higgins  .
J Gibson	
C Morency 	
E Simmers	
E A Morency	
C Summers	
RE Walker, M.D	
K Wilcox	
E Woods	
N Wilcox	
C Nelson	
J M McLean, M.D	
R McRae	
J Quible	
J W Stein	
J Beaton	
J Wilson	
W M Barclay	
J Punch	
W J Dee	
F Reid	
W Vianen	
W ADe W-Smith, M.D.
J Gibson    	
J Marymont	
W Murray	
A Simons	
M G McLeod	
J McLaren	
J MLefevre, M.D	
T Downing	
J Jordan 	
S Hinehliffe	
F Kirkland	
R J Moore	
A Goldstein	
A MoNabb 	
T Fitzpatrick	
J Fitzpatrick	
D Bell-Irving, M.D..   ..
A Davis	
E A Patterson	
V W Haywood	
WMcKinnon	
J McLaren	
J W Seaton	
J P Burns	
S Extttnce	
H Extence	
Witness fee, Reg.
do Reg.
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do plans, $30.
do
lie-;'
lieti
y. McCabe, 1 day
v. Harrison,   2
do 2
do 2
do 2
do 2
y. Jones, 3
do 3
do 3
do 3
do 3
V. Shea, 10
do 2
do 8
do 10
do 3
do 10
do 8
do 3
do 10
do 8
do 5
do 9
do 7
do 2
do 5
do 7
v. Delorie, 2
do 2
do 2
do 2
do 2
do 2
do 1
do R. v. Williams & Brody, 2
do                     do 1
do                     do 2
do                     do 2
do                     do 1
do R. v. Devine & Wilkinson 2
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Reg.
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
, Ward,
do
do
do
do
do
do
Reg. v. Agnes,
Reg. y. Quong Sin,
do
do
Reg. v. Volge,
do
do
do
do
Reg. v. Seacord,
do
do
v. Trobitze,
do
do
do
do
v. Ah Lee,
do
Reg
Reg.
(<<   *2:
2
expenses,$1.50, New
1.50,
1.50,
1.50,
1.50,
1.50,
0.50,
0.50,
0.50,
0.50,
0.50,
11.00,
5.50,
7.45,
3.15,
3.15,
8.16,
14.80,
5.30,
8.15,
7.45,
2.50,
7.90,
4.80,
5.50,
2.00,
4.80,
2.00;
2.00,
3.00,
2.00,
2.00,
2.00,
examination $10,
expenses $1,
0.50,
0.50,
0.50,
0.50,
0.50,
0.50,
1.00,
2.00,
11.00,
2.00,
2.00,
2.00,
2.00,
4.00,
1.00,
1.00,
1.25,
3.00,
3.00,
7.00,
1.60,
1.50,
2.00,
2.00,
2.00,
1.50,
1.50,
1.50,
1.50,
9.00,
1.50,
1.50,
West'r
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
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do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Carried forward.
3,512 45
43 30
3 50
5 60
5 60
5 5C
5 6C
5 5C
3 50
3 50
3 5(!
3 50
3 50
31 00
7 50
23 45
13 15
13 16
28 15
46 80
11 30
28 15
23 45
7 50
73 90
18 80
7 60
12 00
18 80
6 00
6 00
6 00
6 0C
6 00
0 0(1
4 0C
4 0C
2 00
4 OC
4 0C
14 0C
5 0C
2 50
2 50
2 50
2 5C
2 5C
2 5C
6 00
7 00
6 00
12 00
6 00
23 00
6 00
6 0C
6 0C
6 0C
12 0C
2 0C
5 00
5 00
5 25
7 00
7 00
19 0C
3 5C
3 5C
10 0C
8 0C
8 0C
3 50
3 50
3 50
3 5C
15 0C
3 5C
3 50
4,228 80 55  Vict.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
71
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$  cts.
$    cts.
J Eligh	
J McDonald	
B Williams	
Pay List	
G Pittendrigh, J.P.
H Mathers, J.P. ...
J Cunningham, J.P.
TC Atkinson, J.P...
Colonial Hotel	
Gilley Bros	
R Terry	
E Gott	
H W Harvey	
Wong Hop	
Ah Sing	
F W Foster	
J Stone 	
J Reid	
G A Vieth	
J Triplet*	
D MeCullam	
C Hamilton	
J Isnardy 	
W Lyne 	
A W Smith	
W Higginbottom	
E Gaulet .  ..	
W Parker 	
E La Forest	
J J McKay	
J Mundorf	
A Wells	
R Valenzuela	
B F English	
J Veasey	
H Gould....   :	
G W Baldwin	
J C Hayes	
Pay List	
B C Express Co	
Marshall & Smith ...
R Carson	
W H Keatley	
J Mundorf	
C Phair	
E La Forest	
S Mondada 	
J Bowron	
F Hussey	
J C Hayes	
J Michalle	
J McKay	
T B Paxton	
H Bowe	
J Ogden	
W Hamilton	
T B Paxton	
P Rosette 	
H Felker	
J Bowe	
H Bowe	
J Ogden	
G Hamilton	
Pay List	
J Sutherland	
W Miller	
S S Palmer	
Wah Pong	
A Wallace	
JCullen	
E McKenzie	
H Cooper	
CPRCo	
Glacier Hotel	
Creeden & Smith....
J Packer 	
Brought forward.
VII. -ADMINISTRATION  OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).—ConUnued.
Vote No. 58.—Summoning & paying Jurors *£• Witnesses.
Continued.
$2; expenses,$1.50, New West'r
do
Witness fee, Reg. y. Ah Lee,     1 day
do Reg. v. Ah Sim,     1   „ 2;    ' „ 1
Allowance for detention as witness, Reg. v. Sam et al.. 70 d. @ 50e.
Petit jurors,
Selector of jurors, 2 days @ $5,
do
do
do 1
Meals and beds for jurors.
Hack hire for grand jury,
Witness fee, Re;
do
do
Reg.
v. Gott, 2 days <a> $2,
do 2        ,,        2,
y. Wong Gow, 1 day,
do                     do 1
do                     do 1
do Reg y. Rowland,  3 days @ $2,
do                     do 13       „       3,
do                     do 8
do                     do 5
do                     do 10
do                     do 10
do                     do 10
do                     do 9
do                     do 5
do                       do 4
do                     do 5
do                     do 5
do                     do 4
do                     do 4
do                     do 4
do                     do 4
do                       do 8
do                     do 3
do                     do 4
do                     do 4
do                     do 3
do                     do 11
do                     do 7
Petit jurors,
Serving summonses and conveyance of witnesses, etc.,
Meals, bed, and feed of horse, Sheriff Phair, serving summonses
do                     do do                     do
do                    do do                    do
do                     do do                     do
Horse hire, do                     do
Serving juror summonses,
do do
Expenses as witness, Reg. y. Rowland, to and from Barkerville,
do                  do do                  do       Kamloops,
do                 do do                  do       Victoria,
Witness fee, Reg. y. Qum-titsn, 2 days @ $2.50,
Serving summonses,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Lillooet
do
Clinton
do
do
do
do
Witness fee, Reg. v. Evans,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Id. (
1 „
do
do
do
Reg. v. Indian Pete
do
do
do
do
do
Serving summonses, 144-Mile House and Alkal:
Petit Jurors,
Witness fee,   Reg. y. Dodge,
do do
do        Reg. y. Loy How
do
do
do
do
do
Fares and meals of witnesses to
Meal for witness en route to Assize,
Meals and beds,
do   and horse hire, as witness,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
, do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Nicola
Lytton
$2; expenses $1.25,150-M. House
3,
3; expenses, $10,
10,
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
8,
4,
44,
3,
4,
43.50
Lake,
1.25,
1.25,
1.25,
8.75,
1.50,
8.75,
8.75,
1.25,
5 days @ $2; expenses $1.70,
5 „ 2 ,, 1.70,
1 »
1 „
1 ,,
1 „
I ,.
1 „
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Nelson
Donald
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Carried forward.
43 30
4,228 !
3 50
3 00
38 00
1,227 50
10 oo
5 00
16 00
5 00
88 50
18 00
4 00
4 00
2 00
1 00
1 00
6 00
39 00
24 00
15 00
40 00
40 00
33 00
30 00
23 00
20 00
23 00
23 00
12 00
12 00
12 00
16 00
68 00
9 00
15 00
16 00
9 00
76 50
21 00
309 90
374 50
30 50
7 50
1 00
2 50
30 00
1 50
1 00
27 00
16 50
60 00
5 00
24 50
3 25
3 25
3 25
2 00
3 25
14 76
5 50
14 75
14 75
3 25
12 00
38 75
11 70
11 70
2 00
1 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
31 95
75
11 00
17 70
7,342 75 72
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
$  cts.
MCLacy	
W Hustwiek	
Pay List	
W Brady	
W H Lansburgh   	
A Brown	
J B Marquette	
Indian Lewis	
W Parker    .
J Triplett	
C Hamilton	
J Isnardy	
J Veasey	
W Shepherd 	
J Mundorf	
Indian Lucy	
Do   Ashelle	
Do   Charley	
Do   Cecilia	
Do   Annie	
Do   Alexander	
Do   Antoine	
Do   Tommy	
Do   Johnnie	
Do    Gustav	
G Demeol	
J Chance	
Indian G Killroy	
Do   Kupasket	
H Cargile	
A Pene	
E Farrer, M.D	
A Cochrane	
D McDonald	
A McBryan	
A McDonald	
D Buchanan	
A P Godin	
J McManns	
G Bouchard   	
D McPhee	
H Gauthier	
W C Bennett	
J C Nicholson	
H H Woodward	
G B Armstrong	
P McKitriek	
H E Parsons	
Indian Joe	
Do   Sampson 	
Do    Frank	
Do   Johnny	
Do   Nicomen	
Do   Mike	
Do   Jonah 	
STTunstall, M.D	
T Gagnier	
J Dumas	
Indian P Tomah	
A G Pemberton	
Indians Adrian & Dennis
CP RCo	
M Brown	
Alberta Hotel	
Royal Hotel	
Glacier Hotel	
G A Clapperton	
Pay List	
J Ratchford	
Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER  THAN
SALARIES).- Continued.
Vote, No. 58.—Summoning & paying Jurors .£- Witnesses
Concluded.
Meals and horse hire, as witness,
Serving summonses,
Petit Jurors,
Witness fee, Reg. v. Houson,     1 day @ $2; expenses $1.65,
do do 1   „ 2        „ 1.40,
do do 1   „ 2j       „ 1.20,
Serving summons and paying fare of witness,
Expenses as witness,
Witness fee, Reg. v. Rowland,    2 days @ $2; expenses $3,
do do 9   „ 2        ,,       18,
do do 9   ,, 2        ,,       18,
do do 9   „ 2        „       18,
do do 3    „ 2 „ 3,
Horse hire, Constable serving summonses,
do do do
Expenses as witness, Reg. y. Rowland,
do do
Witness fee,   Reg. v Heart,
do do
do do
do do
do     Reg. v. Dannington,   1
do do 1
do   Reg. v. Green & Grant, 8
Expenses as witness, Reg. v. Ah Hum et al, Rock Creek to
Witness fee,    Reg. v. Cote,
2 days @ $1; expenses $3,
3,
3,
1,
2,
2,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Reg. y. Rowland,
do
do
do
Reg. v. Johnson,
Reg. v. Brady,
do
do
do
do
Bouchard,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Forsyth,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Reg. v. Brown,
do
do
cleg. v. McLean,
3 days @ $2; expenses $4.50,
Reg.
Re:
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1.50,
21,
21,
21,
21,
21,
25.80,
79.50,
10,
12,
10,
10,
9,
9,
5.45,
5.45,
Serving summonses,
Expenses from Shuswap,
Fares and meals of Sheriff serving notices re change of venue,
Conveyance. do
Meals and bed, do
do do
do do
Serving summonses, Reg.
Petit Jurors,
Meals for Jurors,
do
do
do
do
Forsyth,
do
do
do
do
Donald
do
Richfield
Yale
do
do
do
do
Ashcroft
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Vernon
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Kamloops
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Carried forward..
43 30
7,342 75
17 70
10 00
56 5C
3 65
3 40
3 20
5 0C
3 0C
7 00
36 00
36 0C
36 00
9 00
4 00
2 00
3 0C
3 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
2 00
3 00
3 00
16 00
15 0C
1 5C
10 50
12 00
12 00
16 00
1 5C
8 0C
2 0C
2 0C
9 3C
8 00
29 00
29 00
29 0C
29 0C
4 0C
29 0C
37 8C
83 50
20 0C
22 00
20 00
22 0C
14 0C
14 0C
14 0C
14 00
15 0C
13 0C
13 0C
4 OC
9 45
9 45
3 0C
2 00
9 0C
55 25
16 OC
2 25
75
1 50
30 0C
306 26
9 00
i,627 20
5,62V 20 55 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
73
TO WHOM  PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$  cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
A St G Hamersley ...
Armstrong,   Eckstein
A Leamy [Gaynor
T C Atkinson	
L Crease	
J P Walls	
Bodwell & Irving	
S P Mills	
W H Whittaker	
T H Jackson	
Indian Mrs Reid	
Ah Wing'	
J E Gardner   	
TChue	
J M Vettar	
V Pace	
J Eberts	
A Cushing	
D Morello	
S Vanchertz	
V Janey  	
C Bonnetti	
Mah Poo	
D Bailey	
G Brag	
A Leamy	
W Cumyou	
J Taylor	
Indian Tom	
H Buler	
J Ellard	
J Myers	
E Stout	
L Falladean	
F Savona	
J Coutlee	
J C Tunstall	
A Stourkin	
C M Edwards	
Ah Louis	
B Lequime	
G Brewer	
Indian Bazil	
L Bercier.,	
W Cumyou	
Lira Sun	
J Coutlee	
S Barnes	
Indian Oregon Johnny
A Tappage 	
W Mitchell	
N Paquette	
Quan Ching	
Indian Charlie   	
Do   Tommy	
Do   Louis	
C Wilson	
Vieth & Borland	
11 Morrison, M.D. ...
H O Wellburn	
WW Walkem, M.D.
J P Planta	
G Pittendrigh	
W J McGuigan, M.D
S Clarke, M.D	
WG Allan	
G E Manuel	
W Renwick, M.D....
LF Dickson, M.D...
J A Salt	
Brough t forward.
VII-ADMINISTRATION OF  JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).— Continued.
Vote No. 5iK—Prosecutions and Interpreters.
Crown Counsel, New Westminster
do
do                          	
do
do
do
do            and Victoria Assizes .
do
do
do
do
Kamloops and Lytton Assizes	
do
do       	
do
do      	
do
do      	
do
do      	
do
do
do         	
do
do              	
do
do                        	
do
do          	
do
do          	
do
do          	
do
do          	
do
do
do
do              	
do
do              	
do
do              	
do
do             	
do
do             	
do
do              	
do
do              	
do
Yale	
do
do   	
do
do
do
do      	
do
do      	
do
Fort Steele  	
do
do                       	
do
do
do       	
do
do       	
do
do       	
do
do       	
<lo
Richfield   	
do
do
do
do
160-Mile House	
do
do             	
do
do
do
do     	
do
do
do         	
do
wance to defendants, Reg. v. Carter, et al, on change
Nanaimo to Victoria	
of venue,
Board and horse feed of Interpreter, Reg. v. Emia, 150-Mile House.
Vote No 60—Expenses of Inquests.
Holding inquests, Victoria & Esquimalt Dists., 13 @ $10; mileage $6.00
do                Cowichan District,                    5 10;       ,, "    33.40
do                Nanaimo District,                     5 10;       ,,         6.00
do                            do                                   2 10,
do                New Westminster,                  14 10;       ,,       78.40
do                            do                                   9 10;       „       77.60
do                Yale,                                           8 10;       „     127.60
do                Kootenay,                                  3 10;       ,,         5.40
do                    do                                       2 10;      ,,      36.8(
Post-mortem examination on exhumed body of J. Dougan, Cowichan
$150; expenses, $15....   *	
Professional evidence at inquest,              do do      $5; exp., $<
Disinterring body for post-mortem and re-burial,       do    	
Carried forward	
225 00
225 00
375 00
15 0C
330 00
520 00
571 25
750 OC
225 00
2 00
8 00
10 00
26 0C
5 00
2 50
17 50
10 00
1 00
2 50
1 00
2 50
5 00
2 00
16 00
3 00
6 00
42 00
5 00
7 00
12 00
16 00
3 50
3 00
20 00
4 50
17 50
2 60
3 00
4 00
6 00
7 00
2 50
3 00
2 60
35 00
2 00
3 00
2 50
4 00
14 00
5 00
2 00
1 oo
2 00
3 50
2 00
280 00
16 00
136 00
83 40
56 00
20 00
218 40
167 60
207 60
25 40
56 80
165 00
9 00
10 00
1,155 20
8,627 20 74
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts
$   cts.
J C McKenzie	
Do 	
T L Davis, M.D.       .   ..
A. M. Watson, M.D	
Str Daisy	
TL Davis, M.D	
D WEberts, M.D	
A E Praeger, M.D	
Thompson & Scoville....
Trustees Nan'o Cemetery
Curaan & Wall 	
R E Walker, M.D	
J C Henderson, M.D	
A M Robertson, M.D	
W S Patterson	
J H Moore	
P R Peele 	
A E Pittendrigh	
R Anderson	
A J Peele	
W G McLeod	
A S Black	
Str Nagasaki	
C Sechelt	
R J Armstrong	
H W Ternan	
F McCurver	
J Foley	
W White	
H Steelson	
P Gorzalo	
H E Langis, M.D	
EHall,  M.D	
J Lyons 	
E Stout	
E Furrer, M.D	
E J Offerhaus, M.D	
Enderby Hotel	
P Ellison	
W Cowan	
W McKenzie  	
F Bell	
D Gillespy	
J C Bates	
D Marshall	
LF Dickson, M.D	
A WPearse, M.D	
Brought forward.
VII.-
ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).—Continued.
Vote No. 58.—Expenses of Inquests.—Concluded.
Conveying Drs. Watson & Renwick to Shawnigan to hold post-mortem
do        jury to inquest on body of an Indian at Shawnigan	
Professional evidence at       do do do $5; exp. $1.60
do at inquest on 2 bodies at Thetis Id., $10;  ,,  13.60
Conveying jury and witnesses to   do do 	
Post-mortem exams, & professional evidence at inquests, Nanaimo & Dis.
do do do do
Professional evidence at do do
Conveying Coroner and Inspector of Mines to    do Northfield,   do
Disinterring bodv for post-mortem, do
Notifying Coroner and taking charge of body, Kuper Island
Post-mortem examinations, New Westminster and Dist.
do do Chilliwhack, do
do do Hastings, do
Special constable, do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
Conveying Coroner to hold inquest at Thurlow Island, do
Disinterring body for inquest, Jervis Inlet, do
Provisions for jury, Pitt Lake, do
Special constable, $2; undertaker's charges, $22, do
Conveyance at inquest, Vancouver,       do
do do do do
Guiding Coroner and jury through the woods near     do do
Conveying do to inquest near do do
Interpreter at do do do
Post-mortem examination, do do
do do Victoria
Special constable at inquest, North Bend, Yale Dist.
Disinterring body for post-mortem, do
Professional evidence at inquests, Kamloops, do
do do near Enderby, do
Board and horse feed for constable re inquest at Enderby, do
Hire of sleigh do do do do
Conveying Coroner and jury to hold inquest at Donald, Kootenay Dist.
Special constable at inquest.
do                    do Beaver,
In charge of body, do
Making coffin, do
Burial of body, do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Profess'al evidence and mileage, inquest, Vesuvius Bay, Cowichan Dist.
Post-mortem examination, Lillooet	
Vote No. 61.—Criminal Punishments.
J Jones   Erecting and removin
Royal City Planing Mills Lumber for
H T Read	
D Murchie	
P Murphie	
T Hornby	
D H Campbell	
E C Davison	
M P Gordon	
C Flesh	
Indian Cheap.  	
A McBryan	
Indian Charley 	
J Decker	
Regis. Supreme Ct.,N.W
scaffold for execution of Slumach, New Westm'r
do                  do do                  do
Rope, etc.,                                                do do                  do
Making coffin and burial do                  do
Services as executioner of do                do
Freight on scaffold from Victoria for execution of Spencer at Kamloops
Erecting and removing scaffold             do do                  do
Straps, etc.,                                               do do                  do
Making coffin,                                           do do                  do
Services as executioner,                          do do                  do
Vote No.  62.—Rewards.
Services rendered in recapture of prisoner escaped from gaol, Nanaimo
Reward for capture of Brady at Shuswap	
do do     Slumach at Pitt Lake	
do   for information leading to arrest of Spencer at Campbell's C'l
do   pd. into Sup. Ct. for claimants re Sunbury murder, New West'r
Carried forward.
10 00
5 00
0 60
23 60
22 50
67 40
70 00
5 00
3 00
5 00
5 00
105 60
10 00
11 20
10 00
2 50
2 50
14 70
6 00
2 50
9 00
5 00
76 00
2 00
13 50
24 00
2 00
1 60
5 00
5 75
2 60
5 0C
10 00
5 00
2 00
20 00
7 40
7 50
8 OC
2 OC
3 00
3 0C
2 00
6 OC
6 00
14 6C
10 00
40 00
29 91
8 70
25 OC
50 00
13 36
10 OC
5 5C
15 0C
100 00
15 00
50 00
50 00
250 00
200 00
43 30        16,176 97
1,800 05 55 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
75
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   eU
H Saunders	
J J Wilson	
J Parker 	
Victoria Water Works. ..
Victoria Gas Co. ....
Gilmore & McCandless ..
Russell, McDonald & Co.
EG Prior & Co	
J P Burgess	
R Maynard :..
E B Marvin	
Langley & Co	
H Short	
L Sharp 	
Victoria Coal & Wood Co.
W H MoN.-Jones, M.D..
H Jewell	
J McLean	
E J Parsons	
J Doherty	
S Kelly &Co	
J G Holmes	
H Hayes	
TN Hibben & Co	
T McConnan	
M& H A Fox	
Marvin & Tilton	
Brackman & Ker	
G Elwin	
PT Johnston & Co	
Jay & Co	
C Winterhalter	
McLennan & McFeeley..
JSehl ■	
J Sears	
E Quesnell	
ECook	
Hirst Bros	
WKeddy	
Nanaimo Gas Co	
Do     Water Works ..
C Karst	
Black & Malcolm	
J Hilbert	
Renwick & Home	
J M Brown	
C Prestidge	
W Luny	
Van Houton & Randle ..
J L Allardyce	
Thompson & Scoville....
M Bray	
Shirley & Hoy	
II Dempsey	
Nanaimo " Free Press "..
J Street 	
G A Keir	
F M Cliffe	
J B Holmes 	
G A Huff	
Alert Bay Canning Co...
A Martin	
P Woollaeott	
J E Day	
H Saunders	
G B Ordano	
S Gray	
M Harvey	
A Tanasse	
Dickinson & Co	
W H Vianen	
C McDonough	
JD Rae	
Weaver & Woodward....
D S Curtis & Co	
Macpherson & Thompson
A M Herring	
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER  THAN
SALARIES).- Continued.
Vote No. 63 Keep of Prisoners.
Groceries, Victoria Gaol.
Bread, do
Meat, do
Water, do
Gas and coke, do
Clothing, do
do do
Barrows, powder, fuse, tools, etc., do
Shoemakers' benches (Reformatory), do
Shoemakers' tools, leather, etc. (Reformatory),     do
Lime, paint, oils, etc., do
Medicines, do
Repairs to gun, do
Hauling coke, do
Coal, do
Dressing wound, do
Buckets, oil cloth, and dusters, do
Repairs to leg-irons, etc., do
Eggs, milk, and butter, do
Cleaning latrines, do
Coal hods, boiler, stovepipe, repairs, etc.,              do
Inspecting and reporting on do
do                     do do
School books, slates, pencils, etc. (Reformatory),  do
do do              do
Brought forward.
Hair clippers,
Handcuffs and padlocks,
Straw,
Expressage,
Seed,
do
Cleaning chimneys,
Scrub brushes,
Wire mattresses,
Painting notices,
Meat,
Milk,
Groceries and clothing,
Coal and wTood,
Gas,
Water,
Bread,
do
Making mattresses, door, etc.,
Repairs to tools,
do      clock,
do       electric bells,
do       grate,
do       furniture, pails, tin cups.
Putting in electric bell wire,
Hay for beds,
Gun for use of Convict Guard,
Tinware,
Brandy and beef tea for sick prisoner.
Publishing notices,
Repairs to bar of lock-up,
Prison supplies,
do
Coal oil and chloride of lime,
Blankets, stove pipe, supplies, etc.,
Nails, coal oil, and stamps,
Tools, coal oil, stove pipe, etc.,
Prison supplies,
do
Coal oil,
Straw mattress,
Prison supplies.
Bread,
do
Meat and vegetables,
Fish,
Groceries and clothing,
etc.,
do
Milk,
Medicines.
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Nanaimo Gaol.
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Cowichan Lock-up.
do
Comox Lock-up
do
, Alberni Lock-up.
Alert Bay Lock-up.
" do
do
Esquimalt Lock-up.
do
Chemainus Lock-up.
do
New Westminster Gaol.
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Carried forward.
43 30
386 45
440 70
362 94
115 50
211 55
91 90
3 05
88 43
12 30
91 74
47 63
42 43
6 50
1 50
444 00
5 00
8 40
15 00
85
30 00
32 75
10 00
20 00
6 25
80
3 75
29 50
6 00
50
2 00
5 87
3 00
1 00
13 00
3 00
397 12
2 05
731 68
116 00
75 60
60 00
131 62
377 53
7
27 90
1 00
6 50
3 50
25 50
5 00
75
16 00
2 85
18 00
13 20
5 00
1 00
5 25
2 00
27 76
5 22
20 37
9 95
1 75
3 50
1 50
1 50
480 02
366 64
485 15
101 61
368 81
317 18
11 60
48 90
86 05
4 25
15,176 !
6,916 59    15,176 97 76                   Public Accounts, 1st July, 1800, to 30th June, 1801.
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
S   cts
Hill & Coatham	
Marvin & Tilton 	
J Thurlbourn	
HTRead&Go	
Shirley & Hoy	
43 30
60 00
6,916 59
1 00
75 28
54 00
8 75
212 56
20 30
15 00
4 75
10 12
10 25
288 62
399 00
5 00
9 00
432 60
52 55
88 17
4 50
12 00
19 00
5 10
15 00
26 40
22 00
5 50
12 00
37 00
1 00
46 20
1 00
60 00
13 50
1 50
80 58
■     9 00
6 00
36 00
6 00
6 00
4 50
427 22
338 30
562 09
45 82
2 60
130 00
2 75
1 50
210 00
5 90
40 80
4 25
1 00
170 50
84 00
29 55
12 73
10 50
104 72
27 00
1 75
35 16
3 50
1 50
111 94
111 05
74 03
1 00
31 47
1 75
10 62
8 00
7 00
2 00
6 76
4 50
19 50
15,176 97
VIT.-ADMTNISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).-C<mti«we<l.
Vote No. 63.—Keep of Prisoners.—Continued.
ES Scoullar & Co	
Boiler,                                                                     do          	
S H Webb   	
II Elliott
G Mead	
N. W. Gas Co	
Hair clippers,                                                              do           	
Gas,                                                                               do           	
Leather, etc.,                                                              do             	
W C Loye 	
Crockery,                                                                     do             	
L Rogers         	
McLennan & McFeeley ..
J Williams	
T J Trapp & Co	
McLennan & McFeeley ..
W Dodd	
A J Hautier 	
J Pearson	
FW Foster	
Wood & Tunstall	
Milk,                                                                             do           	
Abraham Bros	
Kamloops Water Works.
W E McCartney	
S Clarke M D
E Furrer, M.D	
T Hornby	
Marvin & Tilton	
E G Prior & Co	
do      tools, etc.,                                                  do           	
J Vair
A Derby	
J Shubert	
ECCargill&Co	
Hudson's Bay Co	
Clothing, tools, soap, coal oil, etc.,                          do           	
E C Cargill & Co
Lansdowne Hotel	
W Shaw	
C Smith
103 30
11,676 56
15,176 97 55 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.                77
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$  cts.
$  cts.
$  cts.
J Allen	
103 30
11,676 56
190 60
10 50
1 80
1 25
6 50
23 09
16 50
20 00
13 00
181 50
15 00
6 00
2 00
29 00
1 50
64 95
7 00
83 80
106 15
41 70
38 68
29 50
13 00
31 50
6 00
10 00
72 96
50 76
7 50
7 00
7 00
4 00
1 00
5 60
9 55
15 00
5 00
2 60
8 00
2 00
1 80
3 00
4 50
15 50
20 00
245 36
15,176 97
13,112 90
527 SO
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).-C*<m«i«MetJ.
Vote No. 63.—Keep of Prisoners.— Concluded.
Prison supplies,                                             Lillooet Lock-up 	
Indian Napoleon	
C A Phair	
F W Foster	
Do
E G Prior & Co
Marshall & Smith	
W F Allen...
Prison supplies,                                                          do           	
Vieth & Borland	
W Pinchbeck ...   	
J B Uren	
B C Express Co	
J Bibby	
Manuel & Ruttan	
C P R Co.
Hull Bros & Co	
C T Bains	
H Elder	
J C Steen	
J B Campbell, M.D
JTGalbraith&Bros....
C Levett	
Durick & Warren	
Indian Baptiste	
P Quirk	
W French	
Johnson & Mahoney ....
J F Hume	
J C Rykert	
J C Greene	
Blankets,                                                                     do           	
do                                                                          do           	
Durick & Warren	
C&K S NCo	
T C Collins	
do                                                   Revelstoke Loek-up	
J F Hume & Co	
H Short	
J G Taylor	
Knights of Pythias	
Vanc'r Coal & Land Co ..
C A Coldwell	
Vote No.  64.—Rents.
Rent of house for lock-up, Esquimalt,                              6 months @ $15
do    office for Official Stenographer, Victoria,            6       ,,            10
do     hall for County Court, Comox,                             2       ,,              5
90 00
60 00
10 00
80 00
36 00
25 00
200 00
6 00
5 00
10 00
4 00
2 00
60 00
16 00
10 00
48 00
2 60
2 00
4 00
4 00
do    office for Deputy Registrar, Vancouver,              3       ,,            12
J 0 Henderson	
do    room for Gold Com. and Stip. Mag., Donald, 13 mos. 11 d. @ $15
Ashcroft Town Hall Co..
T C Collins	
W C Bennett	
Vote No. 65.—Special Constables.
Services at Law Courts, Victoria, as night-watchman 12 months® $5
do       re Charlie, shot by Constable Allen, Victoria, 8   days     2
do                     do                            do              do         6       ,,       2
do                                                                        do       24       ,,       2
do                                                                        do         1       ,,       2.50
do       Driving Park,                                         do         1       ,,       2
do                  do                                                  do         2       ,,       2
do                  do                                                  do         2       ,,       2
W McNeil	
C J Miller	
S L Redgrave	
H A Levin	
1(« 30
146 50
9.8.816 87 78
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   ets
P Corr	
J S Hildreth	
F Graville	
G G Anderson ...
G M Gordon	
F Faylor	
W Fielden	
J Brimston .    .   .
M Cameron	
C Marshall	
M Sparrow	
A Munroe .......
M Fernie	
S Jones 	
W Livingstone...
Indian Bazil	
Do   Gabriel ...
Do    Antoine . .
Do    Cheetar.. .
N Perrault	
J Wilson	
Indian Pierre ....
Do    Michael  . .
Do   Saul	
Do   Peter	
Do   Louis	
Do   Joseph   ..
Do   Moose ....
Do   Augutt ...
Do   Jim Roper
Do   Tommah..
Do   Jim	
Do   George ...
Do   Charlie ...
Do   Johnston .
F Brown	
S Phillipine 	
H Ogden   	
J Ogden	
F Laviere	
J McLean	
L Brosseau	
O A McKinlay .   .
F Brown	
A H Blair	
D McLean	
H C Fitzmorris ..
J Lobb	
Do    	
D McLean	
J Carment	
Do 	
M Pickering	
W H Wilkinson. .
Do
F Savonas 	
A Wagstaff	
E Kerr	
J W Spink 	
A McArthur	
A McBryan	
J McYoung.
J S Hall	
Indian Patrick...
Do   Philip
Do    Johnny ...
Do   Bob 	
F W Jordan	
James Foo	
Sing Lee	
H Corrigan	
A E Colpitts	
JCullen	
W F Crage	
A Reid	
J H Temple	
T McDonald	
Brought forward
VII.-
-ADMINISTRATION  OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).—Continued.
Vote No. 65.—Special Constables.—Continued.
Services
do
do
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do
do
do
do
do
do
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do
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at Driving Park.
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at the Gorge,
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re stage robbery, Savona
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Victorii
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2 days @
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1       „
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5 nights @ $2; 2J
3*
3
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2
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14
14
15
2
13
7
5
7
13
13
20
20
nights
days,
do
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do
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North Thompson,
do
do do
do do
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do do
do near Bridge Creek,
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do Copper Creek,
do 98-Mile Post, 3       „
do with message, 150-Mile H. to AlkaliL.2       ,,
do Kamloops, 20       ,,
do do 20
conveying message, Revelstoke to Kamloops, 2       ,,
in charge of prisoner under sentence of death, 48       ,,
re arrest of Antoine, Kamloops,        3        ,,
serving summonses at do
during assize, etc., do 6       ,,
as night-watchman, do 4 months
do do 1       ,,
do do 7       ,,
in charge of chain-gang, do 10       ,,
do do 2       „
do do 9|     „
do do 2       „
as gaoler, do 4       ,,
watching condemned prisoner,       do 1       ,,
in charge of prisoner Shuswap to   do 4       ,,
do Clinton to      do 4       ,,
do do 1       ,,
assisting constable to arrest prisoner, do 2       ,,
do do do 1       ,,
do do do 1       ,,
on reservation, do 1       ,,
re larceny at Sicamous, 1       ,,
re selling opium without license at Donald,   1\     ,,
do do do        7J     ,,
during absence of Con. Redgrave at Donald,   3       ,,
do do do 1       ,,
do do do       W\     „
do do do \\     „
do do do 9       ,,
do do do 4J     ,,
in ch'ge of prisoner, Kamloops to Revelstoke, 3      ,,
Carried forward	
2
2
1.60
■?.
1.50
1.50
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
2.50
3.60
3.50
3,50
3.50
3.50
3.50
3.50
3 00
4.00
4.09
4.00
3.00
3.00
4.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
10.00
10.00
10.00
2.50
2.50
2.25
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
1.60
2.00
1.50
1.50
2.50
1
1
3
3
3
3
3
3
2.50
103 30
146 50
4 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
22 00
1 50
18 00
3 00
13 75
9 00
9 00
6 00
6 00
6 00
42 00
42 00
45 00
7 00
21 00
21 00
45 50
24 50
28 00
17 50
21 00
15 00
28 00
52 00
52 00
60 00
60 00
15 00
12 00
6 00
60 00
60 00
5 00
120 00
7 50
1 50
15 00
40 00
10 00
70 00
25 00
5 00
21 50
5 00
10 00
2 50
10 00
10 00
2 50
3 00
2 00
1 50
1 50
2 50
7 50
7 50
9 00
3 00
34 50
4 50
27 00
12 75
7 50
28,816 87
103 30
1,489 50
28,818 87 55 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
79
TO  WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$  cts.
S   cts.
Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION  OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).—Continued.
Vote No. 65.—Special Constables.—Continued.
H Blackford	
W Mitchell	
C Telowa	
C Victor	
Indian Charlie	
J Montgomery	
A Montgomery	
J Lyons	
JP Roddick	
E Stout	
J A Starrett	
J Tallyard	
0 Soil	
C A Cox	
T Kirkpatrick	
Indian Bazil	
A D Worgan	
A W Grote	
AGillis	
L Bercier	
GM Stump	
A Roberts	
H Nicholson	
Indian Thomas	
W Brent	
D Gallagher	
J H MeNab	
J Lobb	
C Molsen	
E C Parker	
E M Edwards	
Indian Paul	
F P Norbury	
C Hugonin	
T H L Fenwick	
Indians Paul, Fabrian &
H Wilson [Warcomb
J J McBride	
G A Clapperton	
R Merritt	
H S Cleasby	
G A Clapperton	
F Mansfield     ...
J W Stout	
Indian Dandy Jim	
Do   Charlie	
W Higginbottom	
J W Spinks	
W Julius	
C F McDonald	
E Field.	
E S Peters	
R Terry	
J R Williams	
C F Costerton	
H Hapel	
W Hall	
W Gardiner	
T McK Lambly	
W Shaw 	
J Grassiok	
H Anderson	
T C Collins	
H H Baker	
H L Cummins   	
W Mitchell	
II Shuttleworth	
H Webb	
T Marshall	
G Johnson 	
T McAllister	
H C Strausse	
T M Robb	
Indian Bob	
E Bray	
B H Lee 	
J Foulds	
Services
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in charge of prisoner at Lytton, 3 days @ $2.50
do Ah Foo, Lytton, 7 d. @ $1.50; 2 d._@ 2.50
serving summonses                     do 2 days i
searching for escaped prisoner,          Yale, 1
do                  do                         do 3
arresting escaped prisoners,                  do 2
do                                               do 5
in charge of prisoner, North Bend to  do 5
during absence of Constable Dodd,      do 14
serving summonses, Yale,           1 day @ $2; 2
do                       do 1
do                       do 1
do                   at Uclulet,         Alberni, 3
in charge of prisoner " Uclulet Dan,"   do 6
do                  Toloosh,                do 2
j Constable Monteith,             Vernon, 9
2
2
2
2.50
2.50
2.60
2.50
2.
2.50
2.60
2.50
2
2.501
2.50
2. 50
•2.6!-
do do do       6
arresting & taking pris'r Enderby to     do       3
assisting Con. Monteith at   do do       1
during absence of Con. Monteith, do       1
do do do       5
do do do       2
arrest'g J. Drout under ' 'Indian Liquor Law," Vernon, 4 days!
with message to Vernon, 1 day
serving summonses, do       1   ,,
do do      1   ,,
do Savona, 1   ,,
do do       3 days @ $2.50|
during elections, Fort Steele, 2       ,,       3
in charge of office during absence of constable, Ft. Steele, 9 d.
do prisoners, do    1 d.
assisting constable with prisoners, Tobacco Plains to do    5 d.
do do do do    8 d.
during illness of Constable Dennis, Fort Steele, 28 d.
acting gaoler, do
arresting gaol-breaker from do
at R. C. Mission, East Kootenay,
in charge of prisoner, Rock Creek,
at Dominion Day sports, Nicola,
acting gaoler, do
serving summonses, do
arresting prisoners and acting gaoler,   do
do do
do
at Alberta's camp, Ashcroft.
2.50
2.50
'2.50
■2.50
serving summonses, do
do do
acting gaoler, do
in charge of prisoner, Kamloops to do
watching for suspected person, do
during absence of Constable Burr, do
acting gaoler, Lillooet,
do do
arresting prisoner, do
search'g for Chinaman ch'g'd w'h murder, do
do stolen property, Enderby,
with message, Lansdowne to do
arresting Walker and others charged with arson,      Enderbyl
in charge of       do do do
arresting Clark, charged with trading stolen property, do
in charge of do do do       Lansdowne|
during election at Windermere, 1 day
105
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arresting T. Lynch at Ainsworth, 3d. @$3.50|
in charge of prisoner at night,   do 5   ,,     3
do from Ft. Steele to Golden,   7    „     3
serving summonses, do       2   ,,     3
arresting prisoners at Lytton and Spence's B'dge, 7   ,,     2.50|
re Chinese mining on reservation, Greenwood I'd, 1
serving summonses at Chilliwhack, 2   ,,     2.50|
acting gaoler, 150-Mile House, 20
do do       12
searching for witnesses (including horse)   do 4
re Reg. v. Emia do do       23
during suspension of Constable Allen,      do 1 month
re Reg. v. Emia, Soda Creek, 14£ d. @ 2
with warrant for arrest of Indian at Goat River, 5     ,,     3
serving summonses, Nelson, 1     ,,
do 12      ,,      3
Carried forward	
7 50
15 60
4 00
2 00
6 00
5 00
12 50
12 50
35 00
7 00
2 00
2 50
7 50
15 00
5 00
18 00
15 00
7 60
2 50
2 50
12 50
5 00
12 00
3 00
1 50
2 50
2 50
7 50
6 00
27 00
3 00
15 00
24 00
84 00
315 00
27 00
3 00
7 00
9 00
6 00
2 00
71 50
2 00
3 50
2 50
7 50
32 50
2 50
2 50
2 50
80 00
70 00
3 00
12 00
2 60
2 50
2 00
2 50
3 50
3 00
3 00
10 50
15 00
21 00
6 00
17 50
2 00
5 00
40 00
24 00
16 00
92 00
80 00
29 00
16 00
2 50
36 00
2,971 001   28,816 87 80
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$     cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
J H Seoley	
J Fletcher	
W M Purdy	
T Harris	
W Dell	
W S Munson	
J Dempster	
A Leighton	
J H Nolan	
EH Peace	
JBlack	
W Healy	
T Graham	
J Hunter	
J Wilson	
J A Lindsay	
L Rogers	
ATranfleld	
H E Peck	
W Jones 	
P Boyle   	
A Stephney 	
A Hilbert   	
J Millar	
J Smith	
WM Burke	
TO'Connell	
GGibbs   	
J Paxton	
P Nile	
J Knight	
J Paxton	
H Simpson	
W Hampton	
A Gohlke	
J Gordon	
J Bell	
J J Cambridge	
R Anderson 	
A E Pittendrigh	
T J Armstrong	
DM Gordon	
G H Bray	
W Huston	
J Taylor	
L Cartere    	
T Cudlip	
J B Marguette	
V M Haywood 	
H Buler	
R Julian	
Indian Charlie	
Do   Bazil    ...
Do   Kaitsey	
Do   Seymour	
Do   Billy	
Do   Charley Phillip .
J Alard 	
Indian Tom	
J Douglas	
C Douglas	
G Stevens 	
H C Strouse	
Indian Bob	
T Cudlip	
J Moore	
Indians Jackson & Tom
C F Green	
G Wallace	
Do      	
J Lister 	
J Bell   	
T Furness   	
TRobb	
L Norris	
Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).—Continued.
Vote No. 65.—Special Constables.—Concluded.
Services,
do
do
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do
do
do
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do
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do
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do
do
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do
do
do
do
do
at Nelson, 16 days @ $75 * month
conveying prisoner, Kamloops to Nelson,        4 days @ $3
summoning witnesses, Spallumeheen, 1 day	
searching for an escaped prisoner, do 1 ,,   ....
do do do 1  ,	
with message to Okanagan Mission
re Chinese disturbance at Essington, 2 d. @ $2.50
in charge of prisoner at Metlakahtla, 2   ,,     2.50
re Italian disturbance at Sproat, 14
under "Game Act," Saanich,
do
do
do
Victoria, 11 d.
in charge of prisoners, Comox to        Nanaimo,   4
do do do        2
do New Westm'r to   do
re hog cholera in District of do
search'g forLuporini ch'gd.with murder, do
Lake District,
Sooke District,
South Saanich District,
2
2
3
do do do        2
do do do 2
do do do 1
do do do        1
do do do 1
do do do        1
do do do        1
do      10
do 5
during absence of Con. Stephenson, Wellington, 4
in charge of prisoner to Nanaimo fm Qualicum, 4
arrest'g pris'r under Indian Liquor Act, Nanoose, 2
during absence of Con. Anderson, Comox, 3
serving summonses, Salt Spring Island, 2
do do 3
during assizes, New Westminster, 2
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
during assizes at
do
do
do
do
do
do   4 d. @ $2
do
do 53i
do
do & assist'g Off. Moresby
do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do & assist'g Off. Moresby, do   6 d. @ $2
in charge of prisoner, Mission to do
searching for Sunbury murderers, do
2
2
2
2; 14
District,
do
do do do
at the gaol, do
searching for Slumach, do       do
do do       do
do do       do
do do       do
assistance conveying Slumach to   do    Gaol.
do do do      do
Reg. v. Slumach, Victor, & Shea,   do
Reg. v. Sam, do
capture of escaped prisoner, do
do do do
at District Court, do
re escaped prisoner fm Nanaimo,  do
do do do
ejecting trespassers from Seabird Island,
do do
to Constable Calbick, Moodyville,
re Japanese riot at South Arm,
as watchman after fire, Gov't Offices, N. W.,
do extra pay during winter,   do
do after fire, Gov't Offices,     do
do do do
do at new Court House, do
as escort to stage bet. Barkerville and Ashcroft.
2
1 year
1    ,
1  ;
@ $2
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.60
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2
2
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2
2.50
2.50
3
2
2
1.25
1.25
1.25
1.25
25 d. @ $2
2
2.50
2.50
dur5g railway constr'n, Shuswap& Spallumeheen, 11
Carried forward.
2.50
3
3
1.50
3
12 mos! @ 50
3£   „      25
50 d. @   2.60
104    „      2.60
48    ,,      2.50
m. @$150
103 30      2,971 00
103 30
40 00
12 00
2 50
3 00
2 00
1 00
5 00
5 00
42 00
12 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
22 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
7 50
6 00
5 00
2 50
2 60
2 50
2 50
2 50
25 00
12 50
10 00
10 00
5 00
7 50
4 00
6 00
5 00
5 00
13 00
5 00
142 00
10 00
47 50
10 00
10 00
8 00
10 00
5 00
21 00
9 00
21 00
38 00
54 00
10 OO
10 00
10 00
10 00
3 00
3 00
50 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
2 00
2 50
5 0C
9 00
9 00
3 0C
9 0C
600 00
87 5C
125 0C
260 00
120 0C
900 00
880 00
7,089 00
35,905 87 55 Vict.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
81
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
$  cts.
C P R Co	
E & N R Co	
C&KRCo	
C PN Co	
C&KSNCo	
Str Delaware .    	
Str Thistle	
Str Skidegate	
Str Boscowitz	
Str Penticton	
Str Buzz	
Str Galena	
Str Saturna	
Str Cutch	
Str Kingston	
Str Olympian	
Str Sir James Douglas
D W Mainguy     	
G A Keir	
H Hunter	
Do      	
II Courtenay	
R Bell	
ED Garnett	
J Bartlett	
G Winter	
W G Bowman	
C Minkler	
O M Crpzier	
R Sinclair	
J Pape 	
A W Lawson	
Victoria Transfer Co...
R J Styles .,
Thompson & Scoville..
O'Brien & Dunlop	
R Kilpatrick	
H Bitiden	
EG Prior & Co	
Victoria Transfer Co .
A Fraser	
T M Robb	
St Alice Hotel	
C Flesh	
A D Mclnnes	
L Cusson	
W Allan	
W Boyd	
Marshall & Smith	
W Cargile	
W H Keatley	
W C Bennett	
A W Grote	
C WHozier	
Indian Bazil	
J J McBride	
Indian Baptiste	
E C Davison	
Teetzel & Co	
L Jucko 	
Indian Pilche	
Do   Johnny	
J Corrigan	
Indian Jackson ....
W Walsh	
TRobb	
Indian Jaqties	
HA Perley	
Enderby Hotel	
Lake View Hotel	
Lambly Bros	
C Phair	
S Ryan	
J Rudland	
Indian Blantz	
R Pearson	
J Cunningham	
Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION  OF JUSTICE   OTHER THAN
SALARIES).—Continued.
Vote No. 66.—Transport of Constables and Prisoners.
Fares and meals for constables and prisoners.
do do
do do
Passages, meals & rooms, do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
Cost of provisions, etc.,   do
Allowance for keep of horse,
do
do
Hire of horse (own being disabled)
Hacks for constables and prisoners, Victoria City, sundry times...
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
12 months @ $10
12 „ 10
12   ,,    15
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
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do
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do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Nanaimo District,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Buck-board for use of Provincial Police
Keep of horse and buggy used by   do
Meals, bed, etc., Constable Keir at Cowichan Lake .
9 months @ $20
do Robb at New Westminster	
Sergt. Langley and C. Flesh, Harrison Springs	
en route Kamloops to Victoria	
Constable St. Laurent, Alexandria	
do do 	
Constable Phair, re stage robbery, 100-Mile House..
do do 70-Mile House...
do     and Allen, do Bridge Creek.. ..
do do Hat Creek	
do                         do            15-Mile House...
Constable Redgrave and prisoners en route to Donald
Constable Kirkup, Vernon	
do Kettle River	
do Okanagan Lake	
do Rock Creek	
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Hire of horse for
do
Ferrying Constable St. Laurent, Alexandria
Saddle for use of Police at Sproat's Landing	
Meals for prisoner T. Brady, to and from Kamloops and Nelson
Hire of pack horse for Constable Allen, Kamloops	
Ferrying do and horses over the N. Thompson
do do do do
Meals for Constable Dodd at Hope  	
Ferrying do to station from Hope	
Horse hire for Constable Walsh 	
Fare as constable, Victoria to Ashcroft	
Conveying constables to and from Alberni and Uclulet	
Meal for Constable Lendrum en route to Revelstoke	
Meal, bed, etc., Constable Monteith, Sicamous	
do do do 	
Conveying do and prisoner, Enderby to Vernon
Hire of horse to and from scene of stage robbery, Lillooet
Hire of boat and crew for Constable Flewin, Metlakahtla..
do do do do
Hire of canoe do do do
do do do do
Provisions for        do do do
Carried forward	
1,164 47
373 85
9 90
220 50
162 85
7 50
6 00
184 00
6 00
17 50
15 00
17 00
25 00
14 50
13 00
1 00
8 00
120 00
120 00
180 00
16 00
13 00
4 00
12 00
3 00
2 00
5 50
1 50
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 50
3 25
1 50
77 00
2 50
25 00
2 00
65 00
180 00
4 00
5 50
7 50
35 00
2 50
2 00
5 00
5 00
12 00
2 50
5 00
3 00
2 00
6 00
2 00
10 00
1 00
33 50
2 25
14 00
2 00
3 00
1 50
6C
2 00
14 25
6 00
75
7 00
6 4C
12 5C
16 0C
12 00
24 60
17 00
16 00
4 05
35,905 87
3,377 02    35,905 87 82
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
9  cts.
Seattle Hotel Co	
Hamm & Schmitz	
J M Langley	
A Elliott	
C N Cameron	
C Clark	
C Levett	
T Bowman	
E C Parker	
Indian Paul	
M Brownrigg	
H Baker	
R W Brownrigg	
N Hanson	
H Conacher	
J C Green	
R J McLeod	
M Findlay	
W Allan	
Indian Fidele	
Wood & Tunstall ....
A B Ferguson	
F Martin	
Indian Louie	
A McBryan	
H Duhamel	
Indian Bob	
F Rushton	
J Wilson	
T M Ward	
Cook & Hoover	
J J McBride	
T Ellis	
B & L Lequime	
Shubert & Co	
D Nicholson	
P Ellison	
A J Kirkpatrick	
Duck's Hotel	
McEdwards & Co,  ...
Indian George	
Do    Charlie	
Do   Jim	
W Walker	
T Mundorf	
W Boyd	
W Bartrun	
Indian George	
J Wright	
M Allan	
E Walker	
W Morrison	
W Boyd 	
W Bartrun	
J Mundorf	
W Cargile	
J Rachford	
A B Ferguson	
J F Smith	
Indian Jim	
J E Moore	
R Clarke	
F Robson	
W M Robson	
HSiddall	
J Corrigan	
Wood & Tunstall	
B McQueen	
J L Miller	
S Huerta   .... [Warcomb
Indians Paul, Fabrian
C J Brownrigg	
J C Green	
N Hanson	
S Brewer	
J C Steel   .
Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).—Continued.
Vote No. 06.—Transport of Constables and Prisoners.—
Continued.
Meals and bed for Constable Healy, Seattle	
do Sergt. Langley,       do      	
Expenses, do do      	
Conveying prisoners to gaol, sundry times, Victoria...
Purchase of horse for the Pi-ovincial Police, Victoria...
Provisions for Con. Dennis and party, Tobacco Plains (re cattle killing)
do do do do do
do do do do do
Hire of horse for   do do do
Care of horses,       do do do
Meals and bed for Constable Hugonin, Fort Steele	
Hire of horse, conveying prisoner to do       	
Returning', do do       	
Meals for constable and prisoner, Wasa	
do   and bed for Constable Redgrave, Field	
do do Golden   	
do Constable Pearse, Ashcroft	
do   bed, and horse feed,   do Savona	
Provisions for do and party to Bridge Creek
Ferrying do do       over North Thompson
Supplies for Constable Allen, Kamloops	
Meals and bed for Constable Lobb, Savona	
Feed for horse, do Garment, Kamloops   	
Returning horse,       do do       Martin to Kamloops ..
Meals and bed, etc., do do       and prisoner, Shuswap
do do do       Duck's   	
Conveying prisoner to gaol, Kamloops   	
Hire of horse for Constable Pearse, Kamloops, 37 days @ $1.50
Feed for horses and hire of horse for prisoner, Sproat to Nelson
do and meals for Con. Lee and prisoner,   do
Hire of horses for do do do
Meals and bed for prisoner Ah Hum at Rock Creek en route to Vernon
do Constable Lambly and prisoners, Penticton	
do do do       Mission	
do do do       Vernon  	
Conveying do do       Mission to Vernon..
do do do       Vernon to Rock Ck,
Meals and horse feed for Con. Norris anil prisoners at Grand Prairie...
do do do       Duck's	
Hire of team, do do       Duck's to Kamloops
Hire of pack-horse for Constable Allen, Bridge Creek   ,
Hire of horse for Special Con. Brown, re stage robbery,  Bridge Creek
Provisions whilst special constable, do do
Meals for Govt. Agent Hussey & Con. Burr,   do do
Meals and beds, do do do do
do do do do 70-Mile House
Meal for Constable Burr, 83-Mile House  	
Pasturage, do Phillipme's horses, Bridge Creek	
Meals and bed for Constable Allen, sundry times, Lac La Hache
do do do do
do do do
do do do
do do 70-Mile House
do do 83-Mile House
do do Maiden Creek
do do Hat Creek ...
do do Kamloops —
do do Savona	
do do Louis Creek..
do do Canoe Creek,
do do       and Special Con. Brown, Alkali Lake
Conveying prisoner from Nicola to Kamloops	
do       Constable Thompson from Mayne Island to Saturna Island
Meals and bed,       do do 	
Deputy Sheriff conveying prisoner from Victoria to New Westminster
Meals and bed for Constable Dodd, Hope	
Provisions for constables, re stage robbery, Kamloops.
Ferrying Constable Pearse and horse, North Thompson
Meals & horse feed,   do do
Horse hire for Messenger Brown, 150-Mile H. to Alkali L., 6 d. @ $1.50
do       for special constables, Fort Steele, each 3   „      1.00
Meals and bed for Constable Dennis, sundry times, Fort Steele
do do Golden	
do do do Wasa	
do do en route to Donald ...
do do do
Carried forward.
3,377 02
14 50
2 00
175 00
24 00
8 00
3 50
9 00
5 00
6 00
7 00
2 00
5 00
1 60
50
60
6 50
65 39
1 25
4 94
1 50
1 00
3 00
1 50
1 00
2 50
55 50
16 00
1 60
12 00
7 00
13 50
8 00
IS 60
12 00
10 00
3 00
6 50
15 50
7 00
6 00
2 00
1 00
1 50
1 50
50
2 00
6 50
13 50
75
1 00
2 50
1 00
2 50
75
20 00
2 50
10 50
2 50
9 00
9 00
5 00
4 00
20 50
1 50
31 54
50
2 25
9 00
9 00
5 50
4 00
12 00
4 50
2 00
4,128 09
35,905 87
36,905 87 55 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
83
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$  cts.
$  cts.
$  cts.
Grey & Stoddart	
E C Parker	
J Stoddart...   	
E T Johnston	
Ah Kee	
Indian Enas	
J J McBride	
E C Davidson & Co...
J Cash	
R Hunt	
J Thieme	
H Mack	
Indian Kliss-Kwiss.   .
J Haddicon	
J Moffat	
J A Schubert	
A Wade	
B Price	
T Ellis	
T Powers	
CAR Lambly	
T D Shorts	
T Williamson	
W Forsyth	
W C Bennett	
Glacier House	
DMcKav	
G McMillan	
J Umphrey	
J Stoddart	
W Hustwick	
H Comacher	
D Mouse	
Columbia River Lumber
J Gillespie  [Co.
WC Wells	
R Waltser	
G Dodge 	
Creeden & Smith	
J Stoddart	
M Dainard	
B W Nelson	
W French 	
F Fletcher	
C Hugonin	
D Griffiths	
S Brewer	
Geary & Stoddart	
Mrs Brownrigg	
N Hanson	
P C Dunlevy	
T G Cole	
W H Keatley	
D D Cullen	
J Dickey	
Do      	
Indian Johnny	
J Ratchford	
W Cargile	
TCole	
Marshall & Smith	
R Carson	
W Allen	
J Wright	
A J McKinlay	
F Isnardy	
J Mundorf	
Indian Mary	
Do   Billy	
Ah Jim	
S Lion	
Indian Petell	
Do   Chilass	
J Allen	
Vieth & Borland ....
0 T Hance	
Carried forward.
VIL-ADMINISTRATION  OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).— Continued.
Vote No. (id.—Transport of Constables and Prisoners.—
Continued.
Meals and bed for Constable Dennis, Windermere
Horse hire for do and prisoner, Fort Steele to Donald
do Constable Hugonin do Cal Lake to Fort Steele
Meals, bed, and horse feed for Constable Redgrave at Salmon Beds
do for Constable Lambly at Rock Creek	
Horse hire for prisoners in charge of   do do 	
do       (sundry times) do do 	
Cantinas for use of Constable Norris, Vernon	
Meals, bed, and canoe hire, Constable Jeffery, at Vancouver	
Provisions for Constable Woollacott and prisoner, Fort Rupert	
Boatman to Con. Woollacott in pursuit of prisoner fm Nanaimo, 9 days
do do do do 9
Fish supplied do do do
Meals and bed, Con. Lambly (sundry times), Kettle River
and prisoner at Camp Okanagan	
do        en route to Vernon	
returning to Rock Creek from Vernon .
and prisoner,        do 	
(sundry times), Penticton ...   	
Rock Creek	
do do       	
and prisoners, Penticton to Vernon ....
Conveying prisoners, Lansdowne to Vernon (sundry times)	
Meals and bed, Con. Moodie, at Field	
do Con. Redgrave and prisoner, Field	
Meals and horse feed,    do do       Glacier (sundry times) ..
do do do       McKay's Ranch	
do do do       Spallumeheen	
Meals, bed and horse feed, Con. Redgrave and prisoner, Umphrey'sR'nch
do
do
do
do
do
Horse hire
do
Fares,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do do
do do
do do
Meals and bed,
do
do
do  and beds,
Fares       do
Meals,
Bed,
Hire of horses,
do and assisting
do do         Windermere.
do do         Carbonate L'nd:
do do         Golden.   .....
do Donald to Rogers' Pass ...   .
do en route Donald to Beaver..
do and prisoner, Field	
do do Palliser	
do Banff	
do Beaver   .    ...
do Kamloops	
do and prisoner, Toby Creek to Golden
do with   do   Sd.@|2.50; 2horses8d
Meals and bed, Special Constable McYoung at Kamloops.
Hire of pack and saddle horse, Con. Dennis, to Tobacco Plains .
Provisions,
Horse hire,
Meals and bed,
Meals, bed, and horse feed,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Con. Allen, Soda Creek .
Old Camp
do       (sundry times)..
Fairmont	
Windermere	
Grohman	
Wasa
Meals,
Meals, bed, and horse feed,
do
Conveying
do        prisoner Gott and
Meals and bed,
do
Meals, bed, and horse feed,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Meals and bed,
Horse feed,
Ferrying
Horse hire,
do
do
Keep of horse,
Hire of team,
do and board,
do and prisoner, Clinton
do do           Lillooet
do to and fm 83-M. House(sun. times)
do and prisoner,   do
do do    Lillooet to Capt Martley's
do do       Ashcroft ....
do Kamloops (sundry times)	
do Lillooet  	
do do      	
do Clinton (sundry times)	
do Pavilion Mountain 	
do Bridge Creek	
do Lac La Hache	
do do           (sundry times)...
do Chimney Creek	
do Bonaparte	
do High Bar	
do do        	
do do        	
do do        	
do with pris'r, Pinchbeck's to 150-M. H.
do do                  do                  do
do Lillooet	
do with prisoner, 150-Mile House....
do do      150-M. H. to Chimney C'k
Carried forward	
103 30
4,128 09
35,905 87
12 75
11 00
5 00
15 50
2 00
12 00
21 00
5 00
11 50
17 11
13 50
13 00
2 87
11 00
4 60
18 50
4 50
5 00
12 50
2 50
15 00
14 00
22 60
1 50
2 00
3 75
5 00
12 50
5 00
15 00
7 00
3 50
2 60
1 00
1 00
2 00
1 50
50
50
6 60
52 00
2 00
8 00
3 50
8 00
3 00
2 00
6 00
4 00
6 00
10 00
5 76
2 00
13 00
2 50
12 00
14 00
9 00
1 00
3 00
20 60
2 50
2 60
2 50
3 60
4 50
50
1 50
1 50
1 00
6 00
2 00
2 00
37 00
12 00
20 00
4,735 82
35,905 87 84
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$     cts.
g   cts.
F M Beecher	
J T Mayor	
H Fink & Co	
A Matheson & Co	
J Mundorf	
Ashcroft Hotel	
Victoria Hotel	
A J Kirkpatrick	
W Seeley	
F Hussey 	
Mrs Nelson	
F Martin	
Marks & Van Ness	
Johnson & Mahoney ....
Abrahamson Bros	
J Wilson	
T Barrett	
J Wilson  	
Hoover & Caddock	
Lambert & Darling	
G R Raymond	
Haywood & Abray	
Union S.S. Co. of B.C....
H Slalzer	
M A Harvey	
Indians Jim, George and
A Linton [Harry
Burrard Inlet Ferry Co .
FA Bochlofsky	
S Tretheway	
J Whelan & Co	
Miss Arming	
Redon & Hartnagle	
E Fader & Co	
CS Saitis	
R Garner	
W Rogers	
M Harrison	
WHRymell	
C A Finney	
J M Collins	
Gilley Bros	
J McKee & Son	
Indian Billy	
Do    Charlie	
Do   Philip	
W Moresby	
Huff & Moore	
A E Clarke	
S Huff	
W Wilson	
A Hanes	
T Revely	
J Hunter	
J McAnslan	
R Cunningham & Son...
S Owsher	
GHill	
R Pearson	
J Camp	
Clarence Hotel	
T M Robb	
M Harrison	
Fink& Co	
J Trethway	
Colonial Hotel	
Mrs McRae	
J Corrigan	
Jackson's Ferry	
Dominion House	
A J Hautier	
Colonial Hotel 	
Marshall & Smith	
J Webb	
J Corrigan	
J Murray	
Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).—Continued.
Vote No. Gfi.—Transport of Constables and Prisoners.—
Continued.
Meals and bed,  Con. Allen, Chilcotin	
do do do       	
Meals, Con. Sinclair and prisoner, North Bend	
Meals and bed, do New Westminster	
Meals, bed, and horse hire, etc., Officer Hussey, en route to Scotty Creek
do do Ashcroft	
do do Vernon	
do do Grand Prairie	
do do Duck's 	
Horse hire, do Vernon	
Horse hire, Constable Carment, Kamloops	
Feed of horse, do Martin's	
Meals and bed, Constable Kirkup,   Nelson	
do for prisoner in charge of do Nelson	
do do do do Revelstoke	
Keep of horse, do Nelson	
Shoeing horse, do do     	
Packing baggage, Constable Lee, Sproat's to   do
Horse hire, do.       and prisoner, do     	
Meals and bed, Constable Calbick (sundry times),     New Westminster,
do do do do
do do Vancouver	
Fare, do to Gambier Island   	
Ferrying, do Moodyville to Vancouver	
Hire of buggy, do (sundry times)       do       	
Canoe hire, do do do       	
Boat for use, do Moodyville	
Ferryage, do do        	
Meals and bed, Constable Moresby (sundry times), Vancouver	
do do do do       	
do do do       	
do do Chilliwhack	
do do Victoria	
Conveying do to and from Seachelt	
do do down North Arm and back	
do do and Coroner to Mission	
do do and Mr. Gavereau, C.E., to Pitt River
do do between Harrison and Chilliwhack
do do and Special Constables along the line
Buggy hire, do Chilliwhack	
Hack hire, do New Westminster	
do do do 	
do do do 	
Canoe hire, do Harrison River	
do do do        	
do do do        	
Travelling allowance,    do special duties (76 days)	
Hack hire for constables, New Westminster	
do do 	
do do 	
Meals and bed, Constable Stewart, Victoria	
Conveyance, do and prisoner, New Westminster.
Meals and bed, Sheriff McMillan and prisoner,     Vancouver	
do Constable Hunter, Nanaimo	
Boat hire, Constable Campbell, Esquimalt	
Meals and bed, Constable Flewin, Port Essington ...
Conveying do to and from do
do do do do
Hire of canoe & 4 men, do to Porcher and other islands	
Horse feed, Constable Hunter, Saanich	
Meals and bed, Constable Woollacott, Victoria	
Fare, Constable Robb, Ashcroft to Victoria...
Meals and bed, Officer Dodd, Chilliwhack	
do do North Bend	
do do Mission Bridge	
do do New Westminster	
do do Agassiz	
do do Hope	
Ferryage, do between Yale and Hope ..
Meals and bed, Constable Burr, Kamloops    (sundry times)
do do        Lvtton, do
do do        New Westminster    do
do do        Clinton	
do do        North Bend	
do do        Hope   	
do        and buggy hire, do        Spence's Bridge,       do
Carried forward	
103 30
4,735 82
1 00
2 50
1 00
3 00
16 00
4 00
11 00
2 00
1 00
13 50
4 50
1 00
2 50
2 00
2 50
8 25
6 00
2 50
8 00
33 50
29 00
18 50
15 00
12 00
16 00
12 00
45 00
29 25
31 50
5 00
29 00
5 00
6 00
25 00
2 50
2 50
15 00
3 00
10 00
5 00
7 50
29 25
7 00
17 50
20 00
10 00
380 00
44 00
132 00
46 50
2 50
1 60
1 60
1 60
3 00
17 50
6 25
8 75
32 50
1 00
10 65
14 75
1 50
4 00
50
5 50
50
3 00
50
16 50
14 00
5 00
50
2 50
2 00
9 60
6,038 47
35,905 87 55 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.                 85
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
§  cts.
$  cts.
C Haddock	
103 30
6,038 47
2 50
2 60
2 00
1 25
5 00
2 00
5 00
3 50
50
1 75
2 00
14 00
50
75
1 00
3 00
2 00
10 00
9 00
40 00
2 25
7 25
4 50
4 00
18 00
3 00
34 00
18 50
3 00
3 00
42 50
4 00
22 50
14 00
29 50
2 00
5 50
2 50
6 00
5 00
1 00
1 00
60
1 00
2 SO
5 00
7 00
10 00
20 00
20 00
3 00
4 50
2 00
4 50
27 50
5 00
3 00
3 50
7 60
1 00
2 00
6 50
2 50
1 00
2 00
2 00
20 50
3 00
3 00
2 50
2 60
1 50
1 50
3 50
39 00
35,905 87
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHEK THAN
SALAKIES).-C<m*imwed.
Vote No. 66.—Transport of Constables and Prisoners.—
Continued.
Ferryage, Constable Burr, between Hope and Yale (sundry times)	
G Dowd
H Shuttleworth	
Horse hire,                                          do                         do    	
T C Collins	
Meals,            Constable Lee and prisoner, Nelson	
W Schwordfeght	
Ferryage,                   do                                Ward's Ferry	
T M Ward	
M Blomefield	
H H Baker	
do         constable taking  prisoner,   West  Kootenay  to  Golden,   2
Edson & Sinclair	
RGulliford	
J Thyme	
do                         do                         do              do           	
Horse hire,                      do         and 3 prisoners, Granite Creek	
Feed for 3 horses,           do                         do                  do
Hire of horses, Special Constable Clapperton and prisoner, Nicola	
J F Allison	
F Garcia	
A J Kirkpatrick	
Meals, bed & horse feed, do                      do       Vernon (sundry times) .
do                         do                     do       Duck's,            do
do                         do                     do       Lansdowne	
C Patchett	
do (conveyances) do                     do       Enderby (sundry times)
Grand Pacific Hotel
Gallagher & Stevenson..
Conveyance,                      do                     do       Vernon	
do                            do                     do       Lansdowne to Duck's ..
Expenses & keep of horse, searching for escaped prisoner, Vernon	
Meals and bed, Constable Pearse,           do                 do       Copper Cr'k.
do                     do                          Savona (sundry times)  	
F Crotty ..
J T Edwards.,   	
do                                   do       do                Notch Hill	
Wood & Tunstall	
I Vair	
T Costley...
A H Blair	
do         for Special Constable writh Constable Pearse, Kamloops....
Hire of pack horse,                                                do                  do       ....
do                                                              do                  do        ....
D McLean   	
A E Clarke	
Conveyance for Special Constables,          do & pris. New Westminster ..
Soderberg & Johnson ...
Gallager & Smith	
Gallagher & Stevenson ..
Horse hire, Constable Monteith,                               Lansdowne	
Conveyance,            do                  and prisoner,       Vernon to Kamloops
Norris & O'Neil	
J Bacon 	
Enderby Hotel	
Okanagan Mission Hotel
Fink & Co	
do                   do                                                Okanagan Mission ..
do           Constables Lyons and Neil,             North Bend	
Ferrying               Constable Strouse,                       Chimney Creek .
Provisions,                          do                                     Chileotin District...
Lee & Bavliff	
Nightingale & Co	
Meldrum Estate	
Vieth & Borland	
J Webb	
do              do           do                  do              150-Mile House
Meals, Special Constable Eoddick         do             North Bend	
do                         do                                          Hope	
B C Express Co	 86
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
T M Robb	
Do       	
T Hornby	
J Bears	
Driard House (Nicola)...
R L Clarke	
WH Wilkinson	
A Mathison	
Columbia House	
J H Nolan	
J Lyons	
J Corrigan 	
Indian Jim	
C Smith	
Indian C Ryan	
J B Marquette	
T Cudlip	
J Derocher	
R Anderson	
J Tremblay	
Mrs Lovell 	
E Mentere	
J Wilson	
Bligh & Lyne	
Lansdowne Hotel	
Marks & Van Ness ...
T Kruger	
W Allan	
Abraham Bros	
O T Hance	
Creedan & Smith	
TCostley	
L Wilson	
H Hamilton	
C F Green	
G Kennedy	
S G Lewis	
A Stevens 	
J Cox	
McKerrow & Shaw...
Mrs Gray	
Price & Jaynes	
Windsor House......
G B Ordano	
S M Lewis	
R Mahon	
B Ordano	
J Mahoney 	
J Street 	
Indian Timeen	
J Daley	
Lee & Dickey	
J C McKenzie	
T Wood	
J Hawkins	
J McPhee	
T Rains	
R Kilpatriek	
J E Jenkins	
H Derapsey	
A Bechtel	
L Marbouef	
Oriental Hotel	
M Sparrow	
J Nickeles	
JSehl	
B C Express Co	
CKing	
F Norris	
Dempster, Beak & Co
M J Conlin	
RRay	
Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).—Continued.
Vote No. 66.—Transport of Constables and Prisoners.—
Concluded.
Fare, Constable Robb, Vancouver to Ashcroft	
do do        and prisoners, Vancouver to New Westminster
Express charges on saddle, Ashcroft to Kamloops	
Messenger, Reg. v. Fraser, Hope to Yale	
Meals for prisoners, en route Nicola to Kamloops 	
Conveying     do do do       	
Horse hire, Special Constables on duty, Kamloops	
Meals and bed, Constable McLaren, New Westminster	
do Constable Fletcher and prisoner, Revelstoke	
Horse hire and ferryage, Constable Nolan, Sproat to Trail Creek ....
Fares and meals whilst serving summonses, Spuzzum and North Bend
Meals, Special Constable Starrett, Hope	
Canoe hire, do do   	
Meals and beds, Special Constables, Nicola	
Hire of canoe and crew, Constable Flewin, Metlakahtla to Skeena	
Fares & meals as Special Constable, with prisoner, Mission to New West.
do do Harrison to Nicomin	
Meals and bed, Special Constable Allard, New Westminster
Fare as Special Constable to and from Vancouver and do
Conveying     do Anderson up & down the line from   do
Meals, do do
do   and bed, do
Feed for horses of constables at Nelson (sundry times)	
Meals   and    beds   for    constables   at   Ashcroft
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Conveyances,
Boat hire,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Lansdowne	
Nelson	
Osoyoos 	
Bridge Creek	
Revelstoke	
Clinton	
Kamloops	
do        	
New Westminster.
Meals and bed, Constable McKinnon, Vancouver.
Paid fare Japanese prisoners, South Arm to New Westminster	
Meals and bed, Sergt. Langley and constable, re strike, Wellington .
do do Chemainus	
do do Salt Spring Island	
Conveying do Chemainus to Salt Spring Island	
Buggy hire, do Duncan's 	
Horse feed, do Chemainus	
Meals and bed, Con. Mainguy, Duncan's	
do
do
Conveying
do
do
do
Buggy hire
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Nanaimo.
and prisoner, Cowichan	
Chemainus to Salt Spring Island ...
to Prevost Island from   do
Cowichan to Koksilah Station	
to Salt Spring and Portland Islands
Duncan's 	
Conveying Constable Kier and prisoner, Cowichan to Duncan's	
Bed and meals, constables on duty, Duncan's.,
do
Conveyances,
do
Boat hire,
Provisions,
Conveyance,
do
Meals and bed,
do
do
do
do
do
do
Comox 	
to Hornby Island,
do
Nanaimo	
do       	
do
do
Con. Anderson.
do
do
Con. O'Connell,
Con. Stephenson,
Con. Smithurst,        do       	
constables on duty,     do       	
do Victoria 	
do do      	
do do	
Fare as special constable to the Gorge	
Boat hire, constables searching for body, Victoria Arm	
Stretcher and mattress for conveying Indian Charley from West Coast.
Sundry fares, prisoners and constables	
Stage fares, Con. Campbell, to and from Esquimalt	
Harness for use Provincial police, Victoria	
Repairs to police waggon, do       ,	
Shoeing horse, do      	
do do      	
Carried forward.
103 30
14 50
4 00
70
4 95
6 75
9 00
3 00
4 00
4 00
6 00
5 20
60
50
5 00
10 50
5 60
2 00
14 50
1 50
10 00
2 00
30 00
6 00
36 00
39 00
17 50
36 50
17 00
2 26
48 00
8 50
9 50
3 20
1 50
10 00
112 50
75
1 00
8 00
7 60
50
1 50
2 50
5 50
11 00
3 00
2 50
14 00
10 00
2 00
4 50
5 50
15 00
8 50
6 00
6 59
1 00
11 00
4 00
1 25
2 00
1 50
29 50
25
5 00
6 50
152 00
5 00
53 76
16 60
2 00
12 75
35,905 87
7,512 01
43,417 88 55 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
87
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$  cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
E A Praeger, M.D	
Do
Davis & Rice, M.D's...
J Sehl	
H Short	
E C Davidson	
F Rushton	
Woods & Tunstall	
Indian Ski-whalph
Do   Stoaiken	
E Stout 	
W Forrest	
Indian Bob	
Do   G. Washington.
Do   George	
Do   Jamie	
R T Elliott	
Do        	
Do        	
C F Jones 	
A E Jones	
C H Gibbons	
J Campbell	
H W Woodward	
E A Greame	
G H Cross	
A B Homer	
J E McKenzie	
C M Edwards	
Gallagher & Stevenson
CPRCo	
R Valenzuela	
Lee Poo 	
Marshall & Smith	
R Cunningham & Son.
S Grinder	
E C Whyman	
C Wilson	
S P Mills	
SD Pope, B A, LLD..
D Wilson, B A	
D Fraser, MA	
J Anderson, B A	
A Scriven, MA	
SBNetherby	
R Law, B A	
S D Pope	
E & N R Co	
CPRCo	
C P N Co	
Victoria Transfer Co ..
R Sinclair   	
J Frederickson	
S Hilton	
C Nelson	
A Weber	
C Bridges	
Thompson & Scoville..
A Haines	
Gurney Cab Co	
S D Pope	
D Wilson	
C PR	
E&NR	
C P N Co	
Str Cutch	
Str Delaware	
Victoria Transfer Co ..
Brought forward
VII.
-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).— Concluded.
Vote No. 67.—Miscellaneous.
Chem'l exam'n of blood-stains on clothing, Reg. v. Lum Gee & Mah Yeun
Making analysis of stomach of Davey, Reg. v. Devine	
Chemical and microscopical examination of clothing, Reg. v. Trapp
Batons for police         	
Arms, etc., supplied Con. Robb as escort to Cariboo stage	
Gun slings,       do     constables re stage robbery	
Cartridge belts do do do 	
Rifles, cartridges, etc., do do 	
Messenger, Lytton to T. Seward, J. P., Reg. v. Flannery
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Ft. Steele to G. Goldie, J. P., Reg. v. Indian Peil, 2 days ...
to Hill's Bar Flats, from Yale  	
to constable, re murder of J. Dongan, Cowichan ,
to Tatla Lake, Reg. v. Emia, 6 days	
to C. F. Cornwall, S. M., from Ashcroft   	
to Registrar Phair, re County Court at Clinton 	
to Indian Agent, Little Dog Lake, from    do     	
Reporting and transcribing in case of Sinclair & Tappin v. C. P. R. Co
Transcribing reporter's notes, 585 folios	
Official Stenographer 1 month (January)	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Constable Dennis at Tobacco Plains	
Services at J. P.'s Court, Nicola	
do        Registrar's Office, New Westminster	
do do do 	
do do do 	
do        S. M.'s Court, Nanaimo    	
Conveyance for G. Goldie, J. P., Cranbrook to Ft. Steele	
do W. Dewdney, S.M., Vernon to Lansdowne	
Fares for G. C. Tunstall, G.A., to and fm Kamloops and Ashcroft
Meals, bed, and horse feed for Indian Agent, Tatla Creek	
do do do Dog Creek	
do do do Clinton	
Canoe and crew to fetch C. Todd and A. Graham to Essington ....
Clearing Court Room, Clinton	
Janitor during sitting of Supreme and County Courts, New Westmin'r
For expenses of 16 prisoners from Wellington to Victoria, there being
no case against them 	
Professional services at investigation re Warden, Victoria Gaol	
VIII.-EDUCATION.
Vote No. 68.—Education Office.
Salary as Superintendent of Education, 12 months @ $170
do       Inspector of Schools, 12        „           120
Services as Examiner, Teachers' Examination	
do                                 do 	
do                                 do 	
Services as Supervisor,              do 8 days @ S3
do                                 do 8       „       3
Travelling allowance, Superintendent of Education,      21       ,,       4
Sundry fares,                                        do
do                                                do
do                                                do
Hack hire,                                             do Victoria and Dist. Schools
do                                                    do do
do                                                    do do
do                                                   do do
do                                                    do do
do                                                    do do
do                                                    do Comox             do
do                                                    do Nanaimo          do
do                                                    do New West'r     do
do                                                do Vancouver      do
Sundry tram fares,                               do 	
Travelling allowance, Inspector of Schools, 13 days @ $5, 48 dayB @ $4
Sundry fares,                              do 	
do                                      do 	
do                                      do 	
do                                      do 	
do                                      do 	
Hack hire,                                   do Victoria and District...
Carried forward	
2,040 00
1,440 00
166 67
166 67
166 66
24 00
24 00
84 00
11 25
5 00
15 00
15 00
1 50
2 50
2 00
1 50
2 50
6 00
3 00
4 00
2 75
2 00
257 00
74 85
7 50
29 50
2 00
50
31 00
4,587 35
75 00
250 00
75 00
6 00
57 50
10 00
6 00
41 00
50
5 00
1 00
3 75
15 00
50
10 00
10 00
63 45
58 50
100 00
6 75
1 00
6 00
3 00
3 00
20 00
56 00
60 00
5 00
7 50
7 50
5 00
21 00
2 50
10 00
19 00
3 50
50 00
96 00
50 00
1,219 95
44,637 83 88                   Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$  cts.
9   cts.
9   cts.
103 30
4,587 35
2 50
2 00
3 00
5 00
2 50
1 00
1 00
60
2 00
3 00
2 00
1 50
3 00
3 00
50
2 60
1 00
2 00
2 00
60
5 00
5 00
1 00
1 00
50
75
1 00
1 00
22 25
1 00
1 50
3 00
1 00
65 00
8 00
31 00
48 00
12 00
8 00
4 50
33 50
16 50
8 25
16 50
50
1 50
50
51 50
5 75
20 40
75
143 87
11 25
5 15
14 40
2 00
9 05
11 35
2 25
95
2 82
202 00
622 55
80
VIII— EDUCATION— Continued.
Vote No. 68.—Education Office.—Continued.
Hack hire,                    Inspector of Schools, Victoria and district	
do                                          do                                  do                	
do                                          do                                  do                	
do                                          do                  New West'r and District...
do                                          do                                      do
S Hilton	
A Haines	
H Stalker   	
Conveyance,                                do                         do        to Moodyville..
do                                          do                  St. M. Mission to Warnock
Indian Jack   	
do                                          do                  Warnock to Haney	
do                                          do                  Comiaken to Cowichan....
do                                          do                  Koksilah to Shawnigan....
G Lewis	
N W Campbell .
G Rice	
do          by boat,                 do                         do       to Vesuvius Bay
Horse hire,                                  do                                    at         do
Returning horse,                        do                                    to         do
Ferrying,                                     do                  Burgoyne Bay to Maple Bay
do                                          do                  Vancouver to Moodyville..
J Horel	
H Holker	
Leatherdale & Smith	
W M Wood	
G Clay	
D McKenzie	
do                                          do                 New Westminster District
Feed of horse,                           do                                   do
do                                      do                                       do
do                                      do                                       do
do                                      do                                       do
do                                      do                                      do
do          and shoeing,      do                                       do
Horse hire, freight, and feed,   do                                       do
v
T F York	
W Oliver	
\
do                                      do                  Haney	
Travelling allowance, Teachers' Examination, Kamloops,  13 days @ $5
Fares, D. Fraser,                        do                  to and from Vancouver...
do                                    do                  Vancouver to Kamloops...
Travelling allowance, School Examinations at Nanaimo, 12 days @ §4..
C PN Co	
CPR,,	
J Anderson	
E & N R Co.
Thompson & Scoville	
H M Stramberg, B A	
Hastie & Co	
J Weiler	
J Sehl	
Buggy hire,              do              do                           do        District	
Expenses whilst at Vancouver at request of the Superintendent	
Hire of tables for School and Teachers' Examinations, Victoria	
do                                       do                                  do    	
do                                              do                                        do     	
Services as messenger during Teachers' Examination,        do    	
Expressage on examination papers to Education Office,    do    	
do                                do                                do               do    	
do                             do                              do              do    	
Printing High School Certificates,                                         do    	
Paid for sundry text books,                                                    do    	
Books for use of Education Office,                                        do    	
Duty on books for          do                                                     do    	
Stationery, etc., for examinations                                         do    	
R T Huxtable	
0 Johnson	
The "Colonist"	
S D Pope	
D Fraser 	
T N Hibben & Co
D Lyall & Co	
Diplock Stationery Co...
Wood & Tunstall
Raper, Raper & Co	
Dom Express Co	
FW Foster	
M Miller	
Stationery for indigent children at Clinton	
TN Hibben & Co	
C PR Co
J P McLeod, B A	
J F Smith	
Vote No. 69.— Victoria City District.
Principal, High School,                                           12 months @ $110
1st Assistant,    do                                                     1        ,,          100
1st     do           do                                                     7        „          100
1st     do           do                                                     4        „          100
2nd     do             do                                                              1         „             90
2nd    do            do                                                       11        „            90
Principal, Boys' School,                                            1        „          100
do              do                                                   11        „          100
1st Assistant,     do                                                        1        ,,            80
6,032 44
1,320 00
100 00
700 00
400 00
90 00
990 00
100 00
1,100 00
80 00
S B Netherby	
S B NetherbV	
4,880 00
6,032 44 55 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
89
TO WHOM PAID.
FOE WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$  cts.
$  cts.
$  cts.
J F Smith	
J Kaye	
A B McNeill.,	
E F Doran 	
E E Sylvester	
J M Bradley	
F C Fraser	
G  Withrow	
M Pickard	
G Withrow	
S Kermode 	
F C Fraser 	
S Kermode	
GHFawcett	
F E Armstrong	
L M Caldwell	
M Williams	
A Keast	
E Carmichael	
S A Robinson	
A Monro 	
A Russell	
C W Forrest	
J M Bradley	
C T Lorimer	
F Arrowsmith	
G Withrow	
0 Northcott	
J M F Barron	
L Horton	
S Kermode	
1 R Christie	
L A Barron	
G H Faweett	
O Northcott	
W HHuxtable	
C Neaves	
T Gilchrist	
A S Robertson	
A E McLean	
Mrs Bloomfield	
A Breidgford	
R Erskine	
J Weiler	
Do     	
H Jewell	
Hastie & Erskine	
Marvin & Tilton	
R Andrews	
Mrs Morley.  ..  	
Hibben & Co	
R Jamieson	
H G Waterson	
J Doherty	
W Lennox	
J P Burgess	
D Heal	
Mrs Gilchrist	
A E McLean	
B Gordon 	
C T Penwill	
G Powell &Co	
C Marshall 	
Nicholles & Renouf ....
M W Waitt & Co 	
R Lettice	
Braden & Stamford ....
McLennan & McFeeley
S L Kelly & Co	
The " Colonist"
The " Times "	
Victoria Water Works.
W T Drake	
W Walker	
Hall & Goepel	
T J Partridge	
J Creed '	
R Jamieson 	
J Sears	
Langley & Co	
Brought forward.
Till— EDUCATION— Continued.
Vote No. 69.— Victoria City District.—Concluded.
1st Assistant, Boys' School,
2nd
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
5th
5th
6th
6th
6th
7th
7th
7th
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Principal, Girls' School,
1st Assistant,   do
2nd    do do
3rd     do do
4th     do do
5th     do do
6th     do do
7th     do do
Teacher, James Bay Ward School,
do do
Monitor, do
Teacher, Hillside Ward School,
Monitor, do
do do
do do
Teacher, Rock Bay Ward School,
Monitor, do
do do
Teacher, Spring Ridge Ward School,
Monitor, do 6
do do 6
Janitor, Central School, 12
do     James Bay Ward School, 12
do     Hillside do 2
do do do 9
do     Rock Bay do 11
do     Spring Ridge    do 5
do do do 6
Secretary to Board of Trustees, 12
Blinds for Hillside School	
Hire of chairs at closing of schools	
do do 	
do do and moving desks
Sythe, rake, etc	
Delivering message	
Stamps for the Secretary of School Board	
Stationery for       do do 	
do do do 	
do do do 	
Scavenging at Central Schools	
Cleaning stove-pipe and flue, James Bay School....
Platform, hat-hooks, etc., do ....
Stove-pipe and putting up stoves	
Extra work cleaning	
Brooms, etc	
do 	
do 	
do       lock, pail, etc	
Repairs to clock
Bell	
do       waste paper baskets, etc	
Painting and glazing	
Plumbing, scuttles, etc	
Stove-pipe	
Cleaning and putting up stoves 	
Advertising " Teachers' wanted "	
do do 	
Water 	
Coal	
Coal and wood	
Coal	
Services at City Hall, meetings of Trustees	
do do ...  	
Ink wells, erasers, and chalk	
Glazing    	
Disinfectant	
11 months (
1
11
12
12
1   „
5
6
1
5   „
6
1   .,
5   „
6
12 ,,
12 „
12
12   „
12
12
12 „
10
1
11 „
12 „
12   „
1
5   ,,
6
12
1   „
11
12
70
70
60
60
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
80
70
70
60
55
50
60
50
70
70
35
70
35
36
35
70
35
35
70
35
35
60
12.50
12.50
12.50
12.50
12.50
12.50
10
103 30
Carried forward.
4,880 00
880 00
70 00
770 00
720 00
720 00
50 00
250 00
300 00
50 00
250 00
300 00
50 00
250 00
300 00
960 00
840 00
840 00
720 00
660 00
600 00
600 00
600 00
70 00
770 00
420 00
840 00
35 00
175 00
210 00
840 00
35 00
385 00
840 00
210 00
210 00
720 00
137 50
25 00
112 50
137 50
62 50
75 00
120 00
8 10
4 00
6 00
10 25
2 75
50
5 00
33 10
3 25
5 26
120 00
4 50
8 70
20 37
5 00
2 15
3 25
75
4 10
3 00
1 50
9 00
66 50
8 50
2 05
9 00
66 00
36 00
102 00
411 50
71 25
15 50
7 50
22 50
32 65
9 25
2 25
6,032 44
103 3Q    29,145 31
23,112 87 90
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$  cts.
$   cts.
R C Johnston	
R Landells, B A ..
W Tomlinson	
A B McNeil  	
0 H Cogswell, B A
G H Sluggett	
J McK McLennan.
A GLee	
A V Harrison	
M C Austin	
A E Carmichael...
J Stewart	
H King 	
S Jones  	
H Brethour.    .   ..
J Heard	
W Thomson	
J Tolmie	
G Deans	
D Jones 	
EB Paul, MA...
M H Macrae	
G A Ferguson .. .
S J D Lee	
A Carmichael	
J H MacGill	
G A Ferguson ...
S J Murton	
J H MacGill, B A
E B Paul, MA...
D Ross	
T Nicholson	
J F Sallaway	
D Ross	
A M Haldon	
R Phillips	
T G Stothard
E Milne	
W Atkins	
J R McKenzie ...
T Argyle	
J M H Pope ..
A L Johnston.
A Y Harrison.
M C Mclntyre
E M Lettice .,
A Robotham..
M Heard	
R L Johnston
J A Hoy	
J J Miller ....
J M F Barron.
E Edwards ...
C C Curry....
M Gordon	
J W Blair ....
L Haskins	
R A R Purdy .
A W Cooke ...
J Christie ....
R Watkin ....
W H Mawdsley
E N Patterson
WS Marshall.
W J Shearing.
R D Symonds
W P Jaynes ..
J N Evans	
Brought forward...
YTII— EDUCATION.—Continued,
Vote No. 70.— Victoria District.
Teacher, Craigflower School,
do      Cedar Hill School,
do      Lake School,
do      North Saanich School,
do do do
do      South Saanich School,
do      West Saanich School, 12
do      Cadboro School, 2        ,, 50
do do 10        „ 50
do      Tolmie School, 1        „ 50
do do 11 ,, 50
Grant for incidental expenses, Craigflower School, 12 months
do do Cedar Hill School, do
do do Lake School, do
do do N. Saanich School,        do
do do S. Saanich School,        do
do do W. Saanich School,       do
do do Tolmie School,
do do Cadboro School,
12 months @
12
(ill
12
6(1
1         i.
70
11         ,>
70
12         „
70
do
do
(portion)
Vote No. 74.— Esqtiimalt District.
Teacher,
Esquimalt School,
1 months @ $70
do
do
11
70
do
Metchosin School,
1
50
do
do
6J
50
do
do
3
50
do
Sooke School,
1
,           50
do
do
8
50
do
do
3
50
Monitor,
East Sooke School,
7
, 29 d. 35
do
do
1
,            35
do
Colwood School,
1
,            50
do
do
11
50
Principal
, Victoria West,
12
80
Assistam
do
12
50
Teacher,
Rocky Point School,
1
50
do
do
11
50
Grant for incidental   expenses
Esquimalt School, 12 montl
s	
do
do
Metchosin School,
do
(portion)
do
do
Sooke School,
do
do
do
Colwood School,
do
(portion)
do
do
Victoria West School,
do
do
do
Rocky Point School,
do
Vote No. 7%.—Cowichan District.
Teacher
Cowichan School,
6 months @ $50
do
South Cowichan School,
1
50
do
do
2
60
do
do
9
50
do
Maple Bay School,
12
do
Quamichan School,
12
„             50
do
Somenos School,
1
50
do
do
11
50
do
Shawnigan School,
12
50
do
Chemainus School,
3
50
do
do
3
50
do
do
6
50
do
Chemainus Landing School,
8
50
do
do
3
5C
Monitor
Sahtlam School,
10
„ 7 days 30
do
North Vesuvius School,
2
35
1'eacher
Vesuvius School,
12
50
do
Burgoyne Bay School,
12
50
do
Beaver Point School,
1
5C
do
do
11
50
do
Mayne Island School,
2
„ 26 d. 55
do
do
3
55
Irant for incidental expenses, Cowichan School,
12 months	
do
do               South Cowichan School,    ,,
(portion)
do
do               Maple Bay School,
,,
do
do               Quamichan School,
do
do               Somenos School,
Carried forward
"
720 00
720 0C
720 0C
70 OC
770 0C
840 0C
720 00
100 OC
500 00
50 0C
560 00
40 0C
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
14 00
70 00
770 00
60 00
325 00
150 00
50 00
400 00
150 00
278 08
35 0C
50 0C
550 0C
960 0C
600 00
50 OC
550 OC
40 0C
19 4C
50 0C
26 3C
120 0C
40 00
300 00
50 00
100 00
450 00
600 00
600 00
50 00
550 00
600 00
150 00
150 00
300 00
400 00
160 00
306 77
70 00
600 00
600 00
50 00
550 00
156 13
165 00
40 00
20 9C
40 00
40 0C
40 00
6,054 00
5,333 78
7,088 80 40,533 09 55 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
91
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$  cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
J Greig	
W A Miller .
T D Mansell
A Wilson ...
A McLennan.
W M Robson
W Hunter, B A	
J Shaw	
J A Galloway	
L A Mebius	
F E Hartt	
A F Gardiner	
M Bryant	
L A Mebius.   .    	
I Brown	
P Haarer	
J L McKay	
J Ramsay	
S Ramsay	
Mabel Bryant	
C J Thomas	
J Mebius	
K Cairns	
W E Pyne    ....
L B Freeman	
M Lawrence	
M G McKay 	
Mabel Bryant	
C Pool	
C C Curry	
J W H King	
R J Douglas	
A P Procter	
J Howitt..  .      	
A L Green	
J S Jolly	
Mrs Forrest	
C Bouar	
P Haarer	
Nanaimo Water Works..
J H Pleace	
H McAdie 	
C L Smith	
Shirley & Hoy	
J W Stirtan	
New Vancouver Coal Co.
J Ganner	
A Galloway	
J Hilbert	
C R Wilson	
D C McKenzie	
Nanaimo '' Free Press "..
Raper, Raper & Co	
H Trudell     	
E Tillar	
E McGarrigle	
W N Tregoning	
J Malpass	
J Paterson	
C W Horth	
J Wilson	
M Edgar 	
G A Huff	
Brought forward	
VIII.—EDUCATION— Continued.
Vote No. 7%.—Cowichan District.—Concluded.
Grant for incidental expenses, Shawnigan School,     12 months
do do Chemainus School,
do do Vesuvius School,
do do Burgoyne Bay School,
do do Beaver Point School
do do Mayne Island School,
(portion)
Vote No. 73.—Nanaimo District.
Principal High School,
do        Boys' School,
st Assistant,   do
2nd      do do
2nd     do do
Principal, Girls' School,
1st Assistant,    do
1st      do do
2nd      do do
3rd      do do
Principal, Wellington School,
1st Assistant, do
2nd       do do
Teacher, Departure Bay School,
12 months @ 8100
90
65
50
50
70
55
55
50
50
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Monitor,
do
North Cedar School,
do
South Cedar School,
do
Mountain School,
do
do
do
Teacher, Oyster School,
do
do
do
do
Monitor,
do
do
South Gabriola School,
Alberni School,
do
Beaver Creek School (Alberni),
do
Janitor, Nanaimo Boys' School,
do do
do        Nanaimo Girls' School,
Water and repair of pipes	
Plumbing, stovepipe, locks, and keys ...
Glazing and repairing blinds	
do      and frosting	
Wash basins, water cans, etc	
Fitting locks and repairing fences	
Coal	
12
12
3
9
12
2
9
12
11
12
12
7§
5 5-6
2
10
1
7
2 5-6
2
1
11
12
1
11
1
8
2
10
12
13 d.   35
19 d.
Drayage, coal	
do 	
Chairs, coal hods, etc .
2 step ladders	
Repairs
Advertising, " Teachers wanted " .
Paper, crayons, erasers, etc	
Scavenging	
Janitor,
Grant for incidental expenses,
do        do
do        do
do        do
do        do
do        do
do        do
do        do
Wellington School, May & June, '90,
do 12 months	
Departure Bay School,
North Cedar School,
South Cedar School,
Mountain School,
Oyster School,
South Gabriola School,
Alberni School,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
(portion)
(portion)
Vote No. 74.—Comox District.
M G McKay 	
Teache
do
do
do
do
do
F W Bobbins .            	
do
W A Gilchrist	
J B Bennett	
Denman Island School
Carried forward
1 mont
l	
11 months @ $55
12
55
12
55
12
50
12
50
80 40,533 09
40 00
15 50
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
1,200 00
1,080 00
780 00
150 00
450 00
840 00
110 00
495 00
600 00
550 00
960 00
660 00
385 00
408 33
100 00
300 00
290 32
100 00
500 00
50 00
420 00
170 00
85 16
50 00
560 00
600 00
60 00
550 00
35 00
305 75
24 00
120 00
144 00
46 50
19 12
7 26
1 75
8 60
5 00
72 00
15 00
1 75
4 25
10 00
45 00
16 35
22 55
74 00
12 00
150 00
40 00
40 00
19 85
40 00
24 12
40 00
50 00
55 00
605 00
660 00
660 00
600 00
600 00
13,877 65
61,755 04 92
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$  cts.
$   cts
$   cts.
E Duncan ..
S Creech ...
A Salmond .
A McKnight
A McMillan.
H M Stramberg, B A ..
W C Coatham .
G W McRae	
R G Gordon	
NDockrill	
J Miller	
M S Homer	
M Dockrill	
E Rogers	
E A Davidson 	
L M R Walker	
B LMillard	
J Miller	
M E Currie	
NDockrill	
A C McDonald	
N Stople 	
G McBride	
L Thornber	
E B Howay.   	
M Devoy	
G Preston   	
Do       	
E B Howay	
N J Youmans	
A E Mann	
J E Wise	
Shirley & Hoy	
J A Calbick	
Do        	
Brunette Saw, Mills Co
J W Creighton	
H Elliott	
Gilley Bros	
J B Kennedy	
J A Calbick	
The " Colonist"	
The " Columbian "....
Wintemute Bros	
J French	
ZS Hall	
F Crake     .   ..
M Hubbard	
T J Trapp &.Co	
Murray & Greig	
D Lyal & Co	
Corbett & Cliff	
Cunningham Bros....
W B Townsend	
R Law; B A	
A Robinson, B A	
M Hartney	
F M Cowjperthwaite, B A
J M Rutherford	
M Hartney	
M Murchie	
J M Rutherford	
E Hay	
M Murchie	
M M Harding.	
EHay	
M M Harding	
M B Johnstone	
Brought forward	
VIII.-EDUCATION.-C<mU«.«erf.
Vote No. 74.—Comox District.—Concluded.
Grant for incidental expenses, North Comox School,    12 months
do do South Comox School, do
do do Courtenay School, do
do do Union School, do
do do Denman Island School,       do
Vote No. 75.—New Westminster City District.
Principal, High School,
do       Boys* School,
1st Assistant,   do
1st
2nd
2nd
3rd
3rd
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
12 months @ §100
12
4 9d. „
7 21   „
9
Principal, Girls' School,
1st Assistant,    do
1st       do Jo
2nd     do do
3rd      do do
Teacher, Westside School,
do do
Monitor, do
Teacher, Sapperton School,
Monitor, do
Janitor, Central School,
do       Westside School,   1 mo. @ $3
do       Sapperton School,
do do
Cleaning stove-pipe, etc	
Sawing wood	
Cleaning, after repairs, Westside School
3 mos.
2 „
6*   „
3
12
1
11
12
3 8d.
12
7Hd.;
n
7
ii
i
and Sapperton Schools .
Sapperton School
do
Cartage on desks to do
Wood, do
Zinc pans, do
Repairs to fence, desks, etc.,    do
Making and repairing desks,
Painting blackboards, pails and brooms,'
Coal  	
do	
do 	
do and wood	
General repairs, etc 	
Advertising "Teachers Wanted"	
do do 	
Table and chairs	
Freight and cartage on globes	
Chalk	
Repairing clock....  	
Scavenging	
Brooms, pails, and axe	
Glazing, etc	
Waste baskets, dusters, chalk, etc	
Stove-pipe, zinc, etc	
do brooms, call-bell, etc	
Fare to Victoria and return, as delegate from Board of Trustees .
Vote No. 76.— Vancouver City District.
Principal,
High School,
do
Central School
1st Assistant,
do
1st       do
do
2nd     do
do
2nd     do
do
3rd     do
do
3rd     do
do
4th     do
do
4th     do
do
5th     do
do
5th     do
do
6th     do
do
6th     do
do
Carried forward
12 months (a $100
12
100
1
80
11
80
1
70
11
70
1
6C
11
6C
1        ..
55
11
55
6
5C
1
5C
1
5C
4
50
115 30
3,180 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
1,200 00
1,080 00
279 50
500 50
450 00
150 00
450 00
150 00
840 00
55 00
605 00
600 00
162 96
450 00
150 00
326 66
600 00
261 33
440 00
77 00
12 00
58 00
1 50
1 50
3 00
2 75
8 50
2 50
23 36
28 62
6 06
210 63
24 00
8 00
16 35
45 10
11 00
23 06
18 25
1 25
8 00
1 50
25 00
6 35
6 00
24 30
8 85
62 28
11 00
1,200 00
1,200 00
80 00
880 00
70 00
770 00
60 00
660 00
55 00
605 00
250 00
350 00
850 0C
200 00
115 30
6,730 00
61,755 04
74,620 59 ] EGl&kATIV.E ASSEMBLY,
" BRITISH COLUMBIA,
55 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
93
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$  cts.
$  cts.
$   cts
J B Ganton	
Do 	
A Christie	
James Dougan	
M J Craig	
C A Barnes	
B Johnston	
M G McKay	
T A McGarrigle, B A ...
M L Harding	
F E Cox	
L M Ferguson	
A J McDougall 	
A M Robinson	
G W Jamieson	
E C Agnew	
A Robinson	
E Mahoney	
J McKie	
J McKay	
J Romang	
J Mahoney	
Do 	
F A Barnes	
Brunette Saw Mills Co...
Moodyville Saw Mills Co.
A H B Macgowan	
Do 	
R E Green	
A Robinson 	
Do 	
J PChilberg	
W Templeton	
McLennan & McFeeley ..
A B Duncan	
Vancouver Water Works
J S Shearer* Co	
J Carnahan	
Rose & Marshall	
M S Rose	
E S Scoullar & Co	
V Straube	
J M Taggart	
A Godfrey & Co	
Robertson Bros & Co.. -.
E Mahoney	
Davis & Taylor	
J Romang	
" News-Advertiser"	
" World " Publishing Co.
A E Carter	
J McKie 	
J Wolf	
Thomson Bros	
J FCalbraith	
Davidson Bros	
T Dunn & Co	
F W Hart	
W M Wood ..
J Askew	
A E Fraser ..
P Murray....
A Gilchrist ..
R J Hall ...
T E Knapp ..
M Dockrill ..
W T Kinney,
J J Miller ...
E J Campbell
M J Wallace .
A McKenzie .
M J Wallace .
N R Hopkins
Vice-Principal, East End School,
Brought forward .
VIII.-EDUCATION.—Continued.
Vote No. 76.— Vancouver City District.—Concluded.
Principal,
1st Assistant,
2nd       do
3rd
3rd
4th
5th
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Vice-Principal, West End School,
1st Assistant, do
2nd       do do
3rd       do do
Vice-Principal, Mount Pleasant School
1st Assistant, do
1st        do do
2nd       do do
Janitor, Central School,
do     East End School,
do do
do do
do     West End School,
do     Mount Pleasant School,        1 month
1 month @ $30:
8 months
4        „
12
12
1
11
4 „
4 „
12
12 „
12
12
12
1
11 „
11 ..
11
17d.
1
12
•) $12; 11
Cleaning heater flues, putting up stoves, etc	
do       stove-pipe, plumbing, etc	
Putting in grate, smoke-stack, etc., Central School .
Locks, bolts, keys, etc	
Clothes hooks, repairs, etc	
do axe, etc	
Granite cups and brass chain	
Key.
Glazing windows	
Repairing clock, coal oil	
Advertising notices	
do 	
Repairs to East End School	
Cleaning, etc., after repairs to East End School.
Scavenging	
Stationery, chalk, visitors' book, etc	
Waste paper baskets	
Call-bells	
Thermometers, wrenches, etc	
Chairs and map rollers	
Teacher,
Monitor,
do
Teacher,
do
do
do
do
do
do
Teacher,
do
do
do
do
Vote No. 77.—New Westminster District.
Centreville School,
do
do
Maple Ridge School,
Trenant School,
Sumas School,
Moodyville School,
Port Moody School,
do
do
Chilliwhack School,
do
do
East do
Cheam School,
100
70
65
60
60
55
50
85
65
50
50
85
60
60
50
40
18
30
30
16
15
Glazing windows, keys, etc., Mount Pleasant and district schools
Putting in ventilators, do 	
Lumber, do 	
do       	
Secretary to School Board, 12 months @ $10
Charges on stationery, maps, etc	
Copying voters' lists	
Returning Officer at election of Trustees in Ward No. 1
Cartage on chairs	
Brooms, pails, soap, etc	
do      brushes, etc	
do do 	
Rent of room for nomination of Trustees, Ward No. 1 .
Water supply, 12 months	
Coal and wood	
Wood
Carried forward
12 months @ $70
1
,     35
11
35
!2
70
12
,     60
12
,     55
12
,     55
1   ,
55
2
,     55
9
,     55
1
55
1
,     55
10
,     55
10
50
12
,     55
115 30
6,730 00
680 00
400 00
840 00
780 00
60 00
660 00
220 00
200 00
1,020 00
780 00
600 00
600 00
1,020 00
60 00
660 00
550 00
470 00
144 00
97 50
30 00
192 00
177 00
17 05
9 00
4 35
2 00
120 00
13 85
2 50
5 00
1 25
6 90
10 15
3 45
2 50
99 52
466 92
45 00
109 70
18 90
25 25
16 10
4 80
2 76
1 40
25
21 75
2 OC
2 10
11 4C
84 25
31 6C
12 5C
64 1C
1 OC
7 0C
2 4C
81 55
840 00
35 00
385 00
840 00
720 00
660 00
660 00
55 00
110 00
495 00
55 00
55 00
550 00
500 00
660 00
6,620 00    92,901
74,620 59
18,280 77 94
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
M McGregor	
W Blair	
T Henderson . ..
S M Gowan	
H McKay	
E J Buck	
J A McLean	
W McDonagh...
R J Plaxton	
E J Campbell...
A Creelman ...
A J Williams . ..
B Johnston	
K McDougall .,
W J Mufford
R J Plaxton .   ..
G W Jamieson..
R G Gordon
J Irwin	
W T Kinney	
R Sparling .     ,
M L Kipp	
F E Morrison ...
D W Sutherland
J R McLeod
AC McDonald..
R J Hawkey	
J R McLeod	
C McLellan	
A G Waller	
J H Kerr	
M McDowell ..
M Allen	
Mary McDowell.
A McKee	
N Dockrill	
A Ketcheson ...
Do .   .
J A McLean   ..
J Brown  	
T Leith -
H Isaac 	
J Gillis	
W G Thompson.
F J McKenzie..,
M Sanderson ...
E Robinson	
M R Dallas	
LA B Smith....
J McCutcheon ..
J McKinnev
WH Ladner....
D McGillivray ..
A N C King
R S Inglis	
H Webb	
W H Bayly	
C W Gillanders
R Burton 	
A Boley	
L Thompson....
W H Ansell	
T Shannon	
J M Drummond
W J Davey .....
J W Lawson	
H Davis	
C T Robinson ..
N Oliver	
E W King	
J Gilmore	
W B Wilder ...
FF Raitt	
R Shortreed ...
C A Carncross .
R Livingstone .
W H London ..
C W McCallum
Brought forward	
VIII.— EDUCATION.—Continued.
Vote No. 77.—New Westminster District.—Continued.
Teacher,
Burton's Prairie School,
12
months @ $50
do
York School,
1
50
do
do
11
,              50
do
Hatzic School,
10
,   10 d. 50
do
Haney School,
1
50
do
do
11
,             50
do
Clover Valley School,
1
,             50
do
do
11
,             50
do
Langlev School,
1
50
do
do
11
50
do
East Langley School,
5
50
do
do
5
, 5 days 50
do
North Arm School,
8
50
do
do
4
50
do
Prairie School,
1
,             50
do
do
11
60
do
Lulu School,
1
,             50
do
do
3
, 9 days 50
do
do
1
, 21 „    50
do
do
, 18 „    60
do
do
5
, 19 „    50
do
Stave River School,
1
,             50
do
do
11
,             50
do
Mt. Lehman School,
6
,             50
do
do
6
,             B0
do
Canoe Pass School,
2
20 days 50
do
do
8
,15  „    50
do
Halls' Prairie School,
6
,              60
do
do
5
,   5  ,,    60
do
Boundary Bay School,
5
,             50
do
do
6
,             60
do
Aldergrove School,
12
,             50
do
Kensington School,
1
,             50
do
do
11
50
do
Otter School,
3
50
do
do
6
, 22  „    50
do
do
2
,             50
do
English School,
6
,25 ,,    50
do
Clayton School,
6
,             50
do
do
6
50
do
Mud Bay School,
11
,             50
do
Bigger Prairie School,
11
,             50
do
St. Mary's Mission School
12
,             50
do
Rosedale School,
10
,             60
do
Glenwood School,
10
, 18 „    60
do
Belmont School,
10
,              50
do
Sea Island School,
7
, 17 „    50
do
Nicomin School,
7
, 21 „    60
do
Howe Sound School
6
, 16 „    50
Grant for
incidental expenses, Centreville    School,
12 mont]
LS	
do
do               Maple Ridge
do
do
do
do                Trenant
do
do
do
do               Sumas
do
do
do
do               Moodyville
do
do
do
do               Port Moody
do
do
do
do              Chilliwhack,
do
do
do
do               East   ,,
do
do
do
do              Cheam
do
Oo
do
do               Burton's Prairie do
do
(portion)
do
do               York
do
do
do
do               Hatzic
do
do
do
do               Haney
do
do
do
do              Clover Valley
do
do
do
do               Langley
do
do
do
do               East Langley
do
do
do
do              North Arm
do
do
do
do              Prairie
do
do
do
do              Lulu
do
do
do
do              Stave River
do
do
do
do               Mt. Lehman
do
do
do
do              Canoe Pass
do
do
(portion)
do
do               Hall's Prairie
do
do
do
do
do               Boundary Bay
do
do
do
do               Aldergrove
do
do
do
do               Kensington
do
do
do
do               Otter
do
do
do
do               English
do
do
do
do              Clayton,
Carried fan
do
do
600 00
50 00
550 00
519 64
50 00
560 00
50 00
550 00
50 00
550 00
250 00
258 06
400 00
200 00
50 00
550 00
50 00
165 00
85 00
29 04
270 96
50 00
550 00
300 00
300 00
133 33
427 42
300 00
282 25
250 00
250 00
600 00
50 00
550 00
150 00
266 13
100 00
343 34
250 00
300 00
550 00
650 00
600 00
500 00
522 58
500 00
373 33
385 00
275 80
60 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
17 75
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 0C
40 0C
40 0C
25 %i
28 45
40 0C
40 0C
40 0C
40 0C
40 OC
40 00
115 30    23,288 46    92,901 55 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
95
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$  cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
D Johnson 	
T Bigger	
J A Caitherwood
C Young	
C C Park 	
J Rinn	
W F Stewart....
H L Miller	
G W Gibson ....
J Wilson	
S Shepherd	
G Halliday ....
J Irwin	
J McQueen	
W Sivewright.,
S Preston	
F J Watson....
A E McDiarmid
S McLean	
D J Macdonald
JROlding	
E S Wood	
J Hepburn
J M H Pope ...
L Marshall ....
S O King	
M J Norris
A Creelman ...
C M Watson ...
J J Bannerman
M H Macrae ...
T Clyde	
F M Goodridge
WMcCuaig....
J Wardle	
W Teague 	
T Seward    	
E J Tronson ...
J Ross	
J Christian ....
J H Willis	
T Carrington ..
J Vair	
J J McKay	
R Powell	
R M Clemitson.
G R La wes	
G W Beebe
A S Bailey..
A J Colbeck
F Soues	
J Dickey ...
W. H. Phelps.
M R Dallas .   .
D Jones	
A Northcote..
Cariboo Lodge
J Stone 	
F Rose	
W Robertson .
Brought forward	
VIII.-EDUCATION— Continued.
Vote No. 77.—New  Westminster District.—Concluded.
Grant for incidental expenses, Mud Bay       School, 12 months
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Bigger Prairie
do
do
St.Mary'sMissiondo
do
Rosedale
do
do
Glen wood
do
do
Belmont
do
do
Sea Island
do
do
Nicomin
do
do
Howe Sound
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Vote No. 7S—Yale District.
Teacher,
Hope                School,
do
Yale
do
do
Lytton
do
do
Cache Creek
do
do
Nicola Valley
do
do
Vernon
do
do
Shuswap Prairie
do
do
Okanagan
do
do
N. Thompson
do
do
do
do
do
Spallumeheen
do
do
Nicola
do
Principa
, Kamloops
do
Assistan
do
do
do
do
do
Vlonitor,
do
do
Teacher,
Ashcroft
do
do
Round Prairie
do
do
Grand Prairie
do
do
do
do
do
Enderby
do
do
do
do
do
Spence's Bridge
do
do
Salmon Arm
do
do
Agassiz
do
Grant
for incidental expenses, Hope                S
do
do
Yale
do
do
Lytton
do
do
Vernon
do
do
Shuswap Prairie
do
do
Okanagan
do
do
N. Thompson
do
do
Nicola
do
do
Kamloops
do
do
Ashcroft
do
do
Round Prairie
do
do
Grand Prairie
do
do
Enderby
do
do
Agassiz
12   months @ $50
12
12
3
12
12
12
12
2
10
1
12
12
6
6
12
12
1
11
1
11
11
11
School,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
fcdo
do
do
do
do
do
Vote No. 79.—lillooet District.
CO
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
22 d. 60
60
60
60
35
60
60
60
60
60
60
50
60
50
12 months	
do      (portion)
do       	
do       	
do       	
do
do       	
do       	
do
do
do
do
do
do
Teacher, Clinton School, 12 months (
do        Lillooet School, 11        ,,
Grant for incidental expenses, Clinton School,   12 months	
do do Lillooet School, do       	
Vote No. 80.—Cariboo District.
Teacher, Barkerville School,
do        Williams Lake School,
do do
do        Quesnelle School,
Rent of Hall for Barkerville School,
12 months (a> SI 00
1        „ 70
10 ,, 70
12 „ 70
12 ,, 10
Grant for incidental expenses, Barkerville School,   12 months
do do Williams Lake School,    do        (portion)
do do Quesnelle School, do
Carried forward.
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
600 00
720 0C
720 0C
180 0C
720 Ofl
720 00
720 00
720 00
120 00
600 00
102 58
720 00
960 00
360 00
360 00
210 00
720 00
720 00
60 00
660 00
60 00
660 00
550 00
660 00
250 00
40 00
20 68
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
120 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
720 00
660 00
40 00
40 00
1,200 00
70 00
700 00
840 00
120 00
100 00
22 65
40 00
115 30     134,595 73
13,493 26 96
Public Accounts,  1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$    ts.
$  cts.
W A Blair...
M F Hailiday
L J Irvine ...
T Evans	
H R Moodie .
H Creelman .
J Noel.
Teacher, Donald School,
do        Golden School,
do        Revelstoke School,
Grant for incidental expenses, Donald School,
do do Golden School,
Bank of B C   	
Dom. Express Co.
Postmaster, Nicola.
Do         Victoria
CP N Co	
Hon J Robson	
Do 	
Hon F G Vernon	
Hon T Davie	
P;E Irving, Dep. AG.
H A Barton,      Do
J McB Smith	
Do 	
Do 	
E Harrison, S M	
B Evans	
J Clapperton	
WSGore	
F Evans	
T 0 Townley	
J J Cambridge 	
H O Wellburn	
H Morley	
Victoria Transfer Co..
Do
Do
R Sinclair	
Do      	
C Minkler	
D Jamieson	
E & O Marston 	
Dominion Government
S Smith	
Str Galena	
Str Lytton	
CPRCo	
Do      	
CPNCo	
J Wilson	
J R Anderson.   ......
Str Isabel 	
Str Thistle	
E & N R Co	
Thompson & Scoville..
S Davis	
Union Hotel	
J A Pickett	
Oriental Hotel	
Str Isabel	
E&N R Co	
Oriental Hotel	
Thompson & Scoville..
J Ganner	
Brought forward	
VIII- EDUCATION.- Conclttded.
Vote No. 81.—Kootenay District.
do
do
Revelstoke School.
12 months @ $60
12 „
11 „ 60
12 months	
do        	
do       	
Vote Ao. 82.—Cassiar District.
Teacher, Essington School, 1 month 13 days (
IX.-TRANSPOKT.
Vote No. 8,3.—Charges on Remittances.
Charges on sundry remittances to and from Treasury
do do do do
do do do do
do do do do
do do do do
Vote No. 84.—Travelling Expenses of Officers on Duty.
Travelling allowance, mission to Ottawa, 65 days, $650; fares, $165.50
do to New Westminster (sundry times)	
do Vancouver and New Westm'r, 9 ds., $36; fares, §10
do to Duncan's, 2 days, $8; fares, $3.50	
do to Kootenay and Cariboo assizes,       32 days @ $5
do to New Westminster assizes	
do do 8 days, $32; fares, etc., $9
do inspecting Mainland offices, 14 d. @ $5; fares $49.75
Travelling expenses, North Bay to Toronto & ret., re ' 'Suitors Fund Act"
do to Wellington, re strike	
do as usher of Court, Kootenay and Cariboo Circuit.
do Nicola to Upper Nicola	
do Victoria to Vancouver, re land sales	
do do Seattle.   	
do New Westminster to Victoria	
do do                  Chilliwhack to attend C'y Ct.
do Duncan's to Victoria	
do Victoria to New Westm'r, to assist in Gov't Office
Hack hire, Deputy Attorney-General, sundry times	
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
for Ministers, do
for officers attending funeral of late H. H. Wootton
do do do
Hon. J. H. Turner	
Mr. Justice Walkem, re gaol enquiry, Victoria	
Attorney-General 	
do 	
Share of transport of Dep. Att'y-General, Kootenay and Cariboo Circuit
Conveying Dep. Attorney-General, Kootenay to Bonner's Ferry,    do
Fare, do Bonner's to Nelson, do
do do Sproat's to Farwell, do
do do Revelstoke to Ashcroft, do
do do Victoria to Kootenay, do
do do Vancouver to Victoria, do
Horse hire and feed,   do and B. Evans, Sproat to Nelson, do
Fare and hotel expenses as acting auditor to New Westminster	
Fares, meals & beds, A. Dick, Inspector of Mines, to Comox, sundry times
do do do do do
do do    bet. Wellington & Vic, do
Fares,
Conveyance,
Meals and bed,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
to Northfield Mines,
at Union,
do
do
at Victoria,
Fares, meals and beds, M. Bray, as Registrar County Ct., Comox,
do do     to and from Vicroria	
Meals and bed, do     at do    	
Buggy hire, J. P. Planta, S. M., to and from Wellington, sundry times
do do do do
Carried forward	
115 30
720 00
720 00
660 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
110
50
12
20
3 40
1
64
1
16
817 50
47 90
46 00
11 50
160 00
20 00
41 00
119 75
31 90
7 50
134 35
8 00
23 00
9 90
28 00
13 50
14 50
26 00
6 00
69 00
12 00
3 00
50
2 00
2 00
17 50
85 00
3 60
5 00
5 00
24 95
27 40
3 00
20 05
70 OC
52 50
6 60
23 0C
8 0C
5 5C
3 00
4 0C
4 00
20 50
4 5C
2 6C
73 0C
4 00
115 30      2,127 20
134,596 73
136,901 73 55 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
97
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$  cts.
$   cts.
M A Harvey	
F C Wolfenden	
E Garnet	
C Booth	
Callbreath, Grant & Cook
Indian G Bell	
Do   Doctor	
Hudson's Bay Co	
Str Alaskan	
Str City of Topeka  . .
Lynch & Jones	
Mrs McMerramin .   ..
Str Alaskan	
R Highland	
Str Idaho	
Str Lvtton	
C&K SNCo	
C&KRCo	
C P RCo	
Str Galena	
A MoKinnon	
D McDonald	
J A Gibson	
J H Burns	
Soderburg & Johnson
Marks & Van Ness ...
J Gibson	
McDonald &Teetzel.
W Thomas	
Flint & Gallop	
T Richardson	
Topping & Hanna	
E Forrester	
T Hanna 	
Brown & Clark	
A J Strand	
T M Ward	
T Dunlop	
Hoover & Craddock.
Cook & Dawson	
Indian Jim	
T Sherry	
Indian Pete    .
M C Monaghan	
T Freeman	
Hutchison & Lewis..
Hill Bros	
CPRCo	
H L Cummins	
Galbraith Bros	
R A Kimpton	
M B Lang 	
E C Parker 	
M Kerber	
H Redgrave	
C F Law	
H Eller	
G McMillan	
J Phillips	
Indian Paul	
Do   Aubair	
M Brownrigg	
C P R Hotel	
P Mclntyre    	
C J Brownrigg	
S Brewer	
Stoddart & Geary	
N Hanson	
J C Green	
C Levett	
D Griffith	
W Hustwick	
W French	
Derrick & Warren ...
M Phillipps	
Do        	
C PR Co	
C P R Hotel	
Brought forward..
IX— TRANSPORT.—Continued.
Vote No. 84.—Travelling Expenses of Officers on Dnty.-
Continue.d.
Hack hire for Registrar, with law books, etc., to and fm Law Cts, Vanc'r
Expenses with papers re S. & O. Ry. Co., Victoria to Vancouver	
Hack hire, F. C. Wolfenden,       do 	
Fares and exp. as acting Gold Com'r to Cassiar, fares $63, ex. 69 d. @ $5
Sundry fares and horse hire. C. Booth, Thibet, Dease, & Telegraph C'ks
Hire of canoe and men
do
Return fare,
Fare,
Fare, J- Porter
Lodgings,
Board,
Fare,
Board,
Fare,
do       Fort Wrangel to do
do       Dease to Thibet Creek	
do       Dease Creek to Dease Post.
do       Glenora Landing to Wrangel
G.C. and S.M., Victoria to Wrangel, en route to Cassiar
do
do
do
do
G. C.
Tunstall, G.C.
Sundry fares, meals, and beds,       do
do do              do
do do              do
do do              do
Freight on boat used by do
Meals and bed, do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
Meals, do
Meals and bed, do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
at       do do
do do
Wrangel to Telegraph C'k $10; board $27; fre'ht $5
at        do
S.M., Ainsworth to Nelson
bet. Sproat and Revelstoke
do        do   & Nelson
do   Slocan &    do
at Ainsworth, sundry times
do
do   horse feed and ferriage, do
Horse hire, do
do       and feed, do
Keep of horse, do
Conveyance, do
do do
do do
do do
do do
Hire of boat and men, do
do do
Sundry fares, A. P.
Tent for use of
Provisions,
do
do
Packer and hire of horses,
do do
Hire of horses,
do
do
Horse feed,
Looking for strayed horse,
do and moving camp,
Herding horses,
Meals and bed,
do
do
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do
do
do
and horse feed,
do
do
do
do
do
do
Meals
do
do
do
Saddle and blankets for
Saddle-bags,
Horse hire,
Cummins, G.C
do
do
do
do
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do
do
do
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Nelson, ,,
do
Robson, ,,
do
Balfour, ,,
do
Illecillewaet, ,,
Trail Creek, „
Savona, ,,
Robson, ,,
Revelstoke, ,,
Albert Canyon,
Nelson & Ainsworth,    ,,
Sproat to Nelson,       ,,
do
do       	
Ainsworth to Nelson....
Hendryx to Ainsworth.
Ainsworth to Nelson	
Nelson to C. & K. Ry. terminus
end of track to Nelson ..
Nelson to Ainsworth....
do
& S.M., East Kootenav
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do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Galena	
Fort Steele	
do 	
do 	
Winfield Park....
Field	
Galena	
Columbia Lake...
Fairmont Springs
Windermere	
Wasa	
Golden	
Fort Steele	
Old Camp	
Carbonate Landing
Cranbrook 	
Fort Steele .
do
Fares, W. Dodd, as Registrar County Court, Yale, to Lytton and return
Meals,       do       North Bend	
Carried forward.
115 30
2,127 20
6 00
11 00
1 50
408 00
46 00
60 00
2 00
30 00
8 00
30 00
9 00
18 00
42 00
6 00
1 00
33 00
90 25
3 20
16 80
2 50
21 50
6 00
1 50
3 00
4 00
82 25
1 50
16 00
1 50
50
50
1 00
1 50
1 00
4 00
50
14 75
12 00
4 00
8 00
6 00
3 60
6 00
1 00
1 00
16 00
3 00
22 85
9 00
40 50
2 36
22 69
56 00
46 00
34 00
9 00
8 00
1 00
2 00
9 50
12 00
1 50
8 25
3 50
6 25
11 75
35 50
15 25
24 60
54 25
1 50
3 50
1 50
60 00
2 00
5 00
5 40
1 50
3,687 49 98
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$    cts.
g   cts.
A J Hautier	
P C Dunlevy	
W Boyd 	
R Carson	
W H Keatley	
C Phair	
Marshall & Smith .
CPRCo	
CPNCo	
T Hornby	
Clarence Hotel ...
L Marbouef	
C PR Co	
C & K R Co	
C& KSNCo	
N Fitzstubbs	
Str Galena	
J McNeil	
Marks & Van Ness
R J Skinner	
Str Mamie	
CPRCo. ..
W C Bryant
F Norris
Douglas Estate
F J Stannard	
R Carter	
J E McMillan	
H O Wellburn	
M Bate	
JC Mollet	
S Maxwell	
WMRobson	
W J Armstrong	
A E Beck	
J Stevenson 	
J Clapperton	
G Kinney	
T Buckley	
EMetcalf	
H Anderson	
E S Tapping	
J C Rykert	
GCook	
G W Chadsey	
Columbia Lumber Co.
Ottertail do
B R Seabrook	
CPRCo	
H F Keefer	
D B Campbell	
Genelle Bros	
Brought forward...
IX. -TRANSPORT.—Concluded.
Vote No. 84—Travelling Expenses  of Officers on Duty.-
Concluded.
Meals and bed, W. Dodd, Lytton    	
do          and horse feed, W. F. Allen as Registrar C'y Ct, Soda C'k
Meals, W. F. Allen, en route to take charge Lillooet office	
do     C. Phair, do Clinton office	
do do do do       	
do do do do       	
do do       whilst in charge of do       	
Fares, sleeper, meals, F. Hussey, Gov't Ag't, Kamloops to Vancour & ret
Fares and meals, do Vancouver to Victoria and ret'n
Express ch'ges on baggage, do Vernon to Kamloops	
Bed, do Victoria	
Meals, do do       	
Fare, N. Fitzstubbs, G. C. & S. M., Victoria to Revelstoke
do do Robson to Nelson	
do meals and berth, do between Robson and Revelstoke .
Pd. for meals, beds, etc.,     do en route to do
Sundry fares, do Nelson to Ainsworth	
Meals and bed, do do 	
do do do    	
Travelling expenses as Timber Inspector	
Conveying do to northern logging camps .
Vote No. 85.—Keep of Horses.
Keep of Government horse at Robson
Shoeing Messenger's horse, Victoria .
Brushes, combs, etc., do do
X.-RENT.
Vote No. 86—Government House.
Rent of Section 75, Fairfield Farm, 12 months	
XI.-REVENUE SERVICES.
Vote No. 87.—Commission, Courts  of Appeal, Travelling
Expenses, &c.
( Commission.)
Commission <
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is of Rev.
rax, Victoria,              @
5 per
cent
do
do
5      ..
do
do
10      ,
do
Cowichan,
10      ,
do
Nanaimo,
10      ,
do
Alberni,
10      ,
do
Salt Spring Island,
10      ,
do
Mayne Island,
10      ,
do
New Westminster,
10      ,
do
Vancouver
10     ,
do
Richfield,
15      ,
do
Nicola,
15      ,
do
Omineca,
15      ,
do
McDame Creek,
25      ,
do
do
25      ,
do
Ainsworth,
v>-\  ,
do
Trail Creek,
12J    ,
do
Goat River,
m  ,
do
Cassiar,
10      ,
do
Sumas,
10      ,
do
Beaver,
s     ,
do
Ottertail,
5      ,
rom Albion Iron Works emplovees
, 5      ,
do
railway employees
5      ,
do
do
5      ,
do
do
5
do
do
5      ,
115 30
3,687 49
2 00
20 00
2 50
5 00
2 50
7 50
66 50
32 50
8 00
5 00
2 50
3 00
25 95
2 00
18 50
6 75
11 00
6 00
11 50
297 25
300 00
16 01
17 25
3 50
36 76
4,687 59
46 35
585 30
98 50
577 38
1,730 82
83 64
138 86
52 74
46 00
56 0C
721 44
1,164 66
79 12
43 12
126 37
183 92
89 60
22 82
12 30
9 00
20 40
2 85
24 45
202 9C
34 35
9 9C
2 55
161 55l    6,145 34 55 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
9§
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$  cts.
Whitehead & Co
H T Wilgress ...
E Langham	
M Carlin	
WC Wells	
H C Godden ....
W II Maclaren ..
J P Davies
W R Clarke ....
T J Trapp	
W W Spinks
Do
Do
Do
J Murray ...
C G Major ..
T WMowat.
J P Planta..
G A Huff ...
C A Coldwell
J Broadwell
S Aspland ..
S P Mills
CP N Co	
Str Boscowitz....
Indian Wakeeno .
C P RCo	
S Anderson	
J C Greene	
Kootenay House .
Derrick & Warren
C PR Co	
Indian Jackson ..
J A Fraser	
J Corrigan	
D McRae	
J Webb	
Fink & Co	
A J Hautier	
CPRCo	
T Seward	
A B Bine	
Indian Charlie.. ..
Do   Tatlum
Do    Louis	
Do   Oates	
Do   Jackson ...
J Corrigan	
Knight Bros	
D McRae	
F Passing-ham	
Railroad Hotel ...
A H Revsbeck	
P Fink	
J Webb	
G Lybby 	
A J Hautier	
O Jones   	
Indian Jim	
Vieth & Borland ..
Do
Brought forward	
XL—REVENUE SERVICES— Continued.
Vote No. 87.
-Commission, Courts of Appeal, Travelling
Expenses, &c.—Continued.
(Commission.)— Concluded.
Commission on Collections of Rev. Tax, railway employees, 5 per cent.
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do
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do
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do
! 5 per
on auction sale of lands at Vancouver, $25,000
cent., and $46,802 (ffi 2£ per cent,
on auction sale of lands at Esquimalt $20,363.32 @ 5
per cent.; extra allowance for carriage hire, $20
on auction sale of lands at New Westminster, $25,000
@ 5 per cent., and $45,725 @ $2J per cent
(Courts of Appeal.)
Services as Judge, Court of Revision, Granite Ck, 13 d. @ $10, ex. $59.25
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do
do
46.50
Okanagan Dist., 15   ,,     10
Nicola, 7   ,,     10
Kamloops 2   ,,     10
Hope, Yale, Lytton & Ashcroft, 5 days
New West'r,   6 days @ $10, expenses $5
Mayne Island, 2 days @ $5, expenses
Nanaimo District, 2 days @ $10
Alberni District, 1       ,,
Vancouver, 3       ,,
Salt Spring Island, 1       ,,
Cowichan Dist., ex. $3.75,1       ,,
Victoria, Esquimalt and Coast, 6
(Travelling Expenses.)
Fare, Collector Woollacott to Rivers Inlet	
do do Alert Bay	
Ferriage, do do      	
Sundry fares, Collector Redgrave	
Meals, do Illecillewaet	
do do Golden	
do   and bed, do do     	
Pocket ink bottle,        do 	
Sundry fares for Collector Dodd	
Ferrying-, do to Hope Station	
Horse hire, do Hope	
Meals and bed, do do     	
do do Agassiz	
do do North Bend	
do do do      	
do & horse hire, do Lytton	
Sundry fares for Collector Burr	
Provisions for do       and Indians whilst canoeing	
do do do do 	
Service with canoe,        do       below Yale	
do do       above Lytton	
do do       Lytton.'.	
do do do    	
Ferrying, do       Hope	
Meals and bed, do do    	
do do       Popcum	
do do       Agassiz	
do do do      	
do do       Yale ......:   	
do do do 	
do do       North Bend	
do do do	
do do       Keefer's	
do do       Lytton	
Meals, do       Ohamon	
Horse hire, do       Ashcroft	
Meals, bed and horse feed, Collector Stephenson, Keithley Creek
do                     do do                   150-Mile House
Carried forward	
161 55
20
49
70
20
24
75
23
4C
7 95
13
8C
2
10
2,420 05
1,058
16
2,393 00
189
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195
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70 00
20
(111
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65
oc
12
00
20 0C
10 OC
30
00
5
(III
13 75
60
(III
2 00
3 00
50
6 20
50
6 50
1 60
30
17 30
50
3 00
5 00
1 50
1 00
1 60
4 50
17 70
1 84
8 11
36 50
9 62
6 12
6 12
25
3 50
3 00
1 50
4 00
6 00
17 00
2 00
2 00
1 00
5 00
2 00
2 00
30 50
24 50
12,138 46
245 06    12,878 95 100
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts
cts.
J Meason	
S A Rogers	
W Ellis	
J F Hawks	
O T Hance	
J T Mayor	
J Boyd	
J McLean	
A D Mclnnes	
P C Dunlevy 	
A Isnardy	
D Murphy	
FGuy	
Downs & Olson	
S H Bohannon	
H Moffatt	
H McArthur	
B C Express Co.
W Burchie	
W Cargile	
W Allan    	
O A McKinlay	
W Morrison 	
W H Keatley	
M J Martley	
JHaller	
P Grinder	
T C Clark	
R Carson	
J S Place 	
W L Meason	
H C Bowe	
Marshall & Smith .
D Ercole	
C Phair	
C PR Co	
T Richardson	
A B Sutton	
HA Perley	
J J McBride	
A V Stronach	
J Moffatt	
T Kruger	
J Haddican	
L Ehalt	
T Daley	
P Ellison	
Lequime Bros ....
J Christian	
Lansdowne Hotel.
Enderby Hotel ...
R Gulliford	
T Rabbitt	
W Allison	
J F Allison	
Indian Prevost ...
H Todd 	
J Cunningham ...
Str Boscowitz	
H O Wellbum ....
Do
CPR Co	
HMcNab	
G Nelson	
T Costley	
G Loney	
AOgg	
A Fraser	
H Dahamel	
J Todd	
Genelle Bros	
J J Tobin	
TShaw	
G B Scintto	
J Peterson	
W Smith	
Pearse Bros 	
Brought forward	
XL-REVENUE SERVICES .—Continued.
Vote No. 87.—Commission, Courts of Appeal, Travelling
Expenses, &c.—Continued.
(Travelling Expenses).—Continued.
Meals, bed, and horse feed, Collector Stephenson, Barkerville	
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do
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do
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do
do
do
Shoeing horse,
Fare from Soda Ck. to Quesnelle,
Janoe hire
and assistance,
Vleals, bed,
and horse feed, Collec
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do
do
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do
do
do
do
do
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do
do
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do
do
Horse hire
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
00
do
do
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do
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do
or Ph
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do
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do
do
Stanley   	
Springfield	
Chilcotin 	
do 	
Cottonwood House
Quesnelle	
Alexandria	
Soda Creek	
Chimney Creek ...
141-Mile House	
Beaver Lake	
Australian Ranch .
Bohanon Ranch...
Lansdowne	
Barkerville	
Quesnelle to Soda Creek
Hat Creek	
Bridge Creek	
116-Mile House	
131       ,, 	
15       „ 	
The Grange	
Big Bar Creek	
do 	
Pavilion Mountain ....
do
Dog Creek   ..
Lesser Dog Creek....
Alkali Lake	
Clinton	
Canoe Creek	
Sundry fares for Collector Lendrum
Meals, do Illecillewaet.
do do Glacier	
do do do     	
Horse hire, Collector Lambly, Rock Creek	
Feed of horse, do
Meals and bed, do
do do
do do
do do
do do
Horse hire,
Meals, bed, and horse feed
do
do
do
do
do
do
Horse hire,
do
Fairvievv	
Osoyoos	
Kettle River...
Grand Prairie .
Keremeos .
Collector Monteith, Okanagan Mission .
do
do
do
do
Collector Hunter,
do
do
do
Hire of boat and crew, Collector Flewin, Naas and Skeena .
do do Essington	
Provisions supplied, do do       	
Sundry fares, do 	
Horse hire, Collector Wellburn, Cowichan District	
Expenses visiting Victoria to get informadion for assessment roll.
do
do
Lansdowne...
Enderby ....
Otter Valley..
Slate Creek...
Similkameen .
do
Sundry fares,
Horse hire,
do
do
do
Meals,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
and bed,
and bed,
Collector Pearse.
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Savona	
Kamloops   	
do        	
do       	
do       	
Cherry Creek...
Duck's	
Todd's Ranch ...
Tapping's Siding.
Salmon Arm....
do 	
Anderson Creek .
do
Grand Prairie   ..
do
Carried forward.
161 55
245 06 12,878 '
23 00
7 50
7 00
8 00
11 50
4 00
6 34
17 25
15 50
37 00
2 00
2 00
27 50
2 50
2 50
2
4 00
7 00
30 00
2 50
2 50
2 00
5 00
1 00
2 60
7 50
2 60
2 50
1 00
10 00
5 00
2 50
7 50
1 00
39 00
22 80
1 00
75
2 25
37 00
3 00
6 00
16 50
14 60
2 00
4 00
9 00
5 00
2 00
2 00
9 50
2 00
8 50
10 50
18 00
52 50
20 00
12 82
20 00
17 50
18 00
29 75
1 50
7 50
9 00
3 00
25
50
50
50
1 75
75
1 00
50
1 00
50
1 00
931 27
12,878 95 55 Vict. Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
101
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$  cts.
$  cts.
$   cts.
A J Kirkpatrick	
S Paxson	
Buse Bros	
A McBryan	
E Forrester	
F Fingland	
T Bulman	
CTCooney	
J R Hull	
B Lawrence	
Lambly Bros	
Enderby Hotel	
Schubert & Co	
Lake View Hotel	
T W Patterson & Co..
W Owen 	
J Merritt	
C&KSNCo	
T M Ward	
A McCleary	
Str Galena	
J Mickey	
J B Bayland	
W R Poulton	
J A Gibson	
A Johnson	
A A McKinnon	
J McKay	
Geary & Stoddart....
S Brewer	
N Hanson	
C J Brownrigg	
D Griffiths	
E C Parker	
C Levett	
T H Fenwick	
W French	
J D Campbell	
EL Kirkland	
CPRCo	
CPN Co	
Str Delaware	
M Harrison	
Harrison Hot Springs Co
Prout & Insley	
Queen Bros	
Gilley Bros	
T J Armstrong	
T Ovens	
J E Ryder	
E Taylor	
Delta Hotel	
Clarence Hotel	
C PR Co	
C PNCo	
Str Delaware	
Str Mermaid	
Str Gladys	
Str Dunsmuir	
J Wagner	
Indian Billy	
A Crockis	
C Moody	
E Stevens 	
Ewen & Co	
Morenca	
H Stalker 	
G Pratley	
Lee Kee 	
L Cates	
C H Calbick	
G Cunningham	
Colonial1 Hotel	
D Smith	
Brought forward.	
XI.—REVENUE SERVlCES.-C<mct«<?e<Z.
Vote No. 87.-
-Commission, Courts of Appeal, Travelling
Expenses, &c.— Continued.
(Travelling Expenses.)—Continued.
Meals, bed, and horse feed, Coll.
do
do
do
Meal,
do
bed, and horse feed,
and bed,
do
do
Pearse, Grand Prairie	
Grand Prairie Road .
Buse's Meadow	
Shuswap	
Sicamous	
Stump Lake	
do 	
Tranquille	
Kamloops	
Notch Hill	
and horse feed
do
Meals,
Horse hire, Collector Norris, Enderby
Meals, bed, and horse feed,    do do      	
do do Vernon	
do do Sicamous	
do   and horse feed, do do       ....
do do Spallumeheen
Assisting do collect'g f'm Chinese, Cherry Ck
Fares, meals, and berth, Collector Kirkup, Sproat to Revelstoke
Ferrying     Collector Lee over Kootenay River
do do
Sundry fares,     do
Conveying, do
Horse hire, do
Meals and bed,   do
do do
Meals, do
do do
do
Meals, bed, and horse feed
do
do
do
do
Horse hire,
do
do
do
over Columbia River .
Nelson to Ainsworth..
Ainsworth to Balfour .
Trail Creek	
do        ,	
Sproat's Landing	
Nelson	
Ainsworth	
Collector Dennis, Golden.
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Windermere.
Fairmont ...
Wasa	
Grohman ...
Old Camp...
Golden	
Fort Steele..
do
Cranbrook ..
Boat hire, Collector Campbell, Esquimalt	
Sundry fares and expenses, Col'r Kirkland, assessing.
do
do        and meals,
Fare and meal,
Meals, bed and horse feed
do fare,
do
Feed of horse,
Hire        do
do do
Shoeing do
Buggy hire,
Meals and bed,
do
do
Sundry fares,
do
do
do
do
do
Conveyance,
do
do
do
do
Boat hire,
Ferrying,
Fares,
Horse hire,
do
do
do
Shoeing horse,
Meals and bed
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Collector Fagan
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Chilliwhack to New Westm'r
do do
Agassiz to Ainsworth .. .
Vancouver 	
do 	
from New Westminster. .
to Pitt River	
New Westminster	
Chilliwhack   	
Mission	
Ladner's	
Victoria 	
to Bowan Island	
Hammond to New Westm'r
to B. C. Cannery	
to Lulu Island	
London's to Ladner's ...
Vancouver to Moodyville
New Westm'r to Vancouver
Ladner's	
Todd's to Ladner's	
to Moodyville	
Vancouver 	
Riverside	
New Westminster	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Sea Island	
Carried forward.
161 55
931 27
2 00
50
1 00
2 26
5 00
2 00
60
2 00
1 50
1 00
1 50
19 50
6 00
10 50
4 04
2 50
5 00
15 00
25
1 00
3 50
1 50
6 00
7 50
4 50
50
3 50
1 00
23 75
7 50
13 00
4 00
6 50
5 00
10 00
2 00
19 50
5 00
165 35
24 70
36 25
1 50
10 50
5 00
54 00
3 50
16 00
2 50
2 25
12 00
2 00
8 00
6 00
114 00
7 00
1 50
1 00
50
50
2 50
4 75
3 00
50
1 00
1 76
3 00
2 00
1 00
6 00
1 00
7 00
1 50
167 00
1 00
1,812 65
12,878 95
12,878 I 102
Public Accounts,  1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$  cts.
Sherman & Hinchcliffe
T Armstrong	
E Peytavon	
E Taylor	
E A Morrissy	
G Marquette	
Ainsworth Hotel	
J M Dale	
F Steeves	
D McRae	
Mrs Starr	
J Foley 	
J T Scott	
Mrs Sweet	
W H London 	
W A Cumyou	
Indian George	
Do   George	
H O Bowe	
C C Fisher	
CPRCo	
Str Delaware	
Str Gladys	
C PNCo	
G Cosins	
J Whigham	
F Kirkland	
T McNeely	
K Sweet	
W H Steeves	
W Ashbury	
SClay	
Heffren & Murphy ....
J K Nelson	
G Towle	
P Jackman	
J R McGregor	
J R Atkinson	
J Musselwhite	
W Webb  	
G Belrose	
Mrs Harrison	
G A Smith	
D Docksteader	
J M Webster	
E A Morrissy	
R H Sweeney	
J Punch	
S Gray	
J McDonald	
Thompson & Scoville..
C Booth	
Victoria Transfer Co..
C Fisher	
T Davis	
E Smithurst	
J McPhee	
W Malmberg	
J Murray	
P Ellison	
WW Spinks	
Vieth & Borland	
R McLeese	
A D Mclnnis	
S Downes	
J McLean 	
J Boyd	
W Ellis	
B C Express Co	
Indian Kamo	
G Kenney	
Brouqht forward
XL—REVENUE SERVICES— Continued.
Vote No. 87'.-■Commission, Courts of Appeal, Travelling
Expenses, &c.—Continued.
(Travelling Expenses).- Concluded.
Col'r Kirkland, Ladner's.
and buggy,
and stage,
and fare,
and stage,
Meals and bed.
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Meals and horse hire,
do
do
do
Interpreter to
Guide to
Feed of horse, Collector Allen, Bridge River
do meals and bed,     do Alkali Lake
Fare, bed, and meals, Collector Fisher,       Vancouver ..
Sundry fares, Collector Cosins, New Westminster District..
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Port Haney	
Mission	
do     	
do     	
do      	
Ainsworth	
Port Kells	
Lulu Island	
Agassiz	
Clover Valley	
Vancouver	
Port Moody.	
Lulu Island	
do 	
Collecting from Chinese...
Chilliwhack
do
do
do
do        and expenses,
Horse hire,
do
Meals, bed, and horse feed,
do
do
Meals,
Meals, bed,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Meals,
do
Keep of horse,
do
Shoeing horse,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Lulu Island	
collecting in N. W. District
Ladner's Landing	
Lulu Island	
do 	
do 	
Elgin	
Blaine 	
Langley  	
do        	
Aldergrove	
Mount Lehman	
Sumas	
Upper Sumas	
Chilliwhack	
do 	
do 	
Wharnock	
Haney	
do     	
Riverside 	
Mount Lehman  	
Brow-nsville	
Langley	
Chilliwluiok
Buggy hire, Collector Bray, East Wellington to Northfield	
Sundry fares, buggy hire, and expenses, C. Booth, assessing ...
Buggy hire, do do
Meals, do do
do   and bed, Collector Anderson, at Union Mines ..
do and assistance,       do do
Buggy hire and provisions, do to Baynes Sound.
Services with boat and assisting   do at do
Fares and expenses     as Judge of Court of Revision, Yale District.
Conveyance, W. W. Spinks,
Horse hire and expenses,
Meals, bed, horse feed, J. Bowron,
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do
Fare,
Horse hire,
do
do
do
do
do
da
do
do
do
do
do
do
Expenses collecting revenue, Omineca District ,
Okanagan District
Nicola	
150-Mile House
Soda Creek ...
Alexandria ...
Australian Ranch
Quesnelle
Cottonwood H'se.
Stanley
Quesnelle to Barkerville
Cariboo District
Carried forward.
12 00
5 00
5 25
2 50
3 50
4 00
7 25
3 00
3 00
2 50
75
15 75
50
50
50
33 00
3 75
1 00
5 00
8 00
1 90
5 50
1 50
6 75
24 75
10 00
84 00
11 50
6 00
3 50
1 00
4 75
6 50
4 00
3 00
1 50
2 75
3 00
1 00
2 25
1 50
23 38
2 00
2 75
75
50
1 76
7 00
1 00
1 00
4 00
38 50
8 00
1 00
3 00
2 00
7 66
8 00
16 30
25 00
35 00
8 5C
12 00
2 00
5 00
11 75
3 95
6 5C
8 0C
30 0C
50 00
161 55        16,322 27
2,443 30 55 Vict.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
103
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$  cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
F W Johnston .
H Brooke 	
A Zettergrin...
G Goldie	
Chin Ah You ..
A Mclntyre	
Eagle & Paxton
FGuy	
G Johnston....
W B Anderson.
T Elliot	
Do     	
Bodwell Bros ..
I O O F, No. 3.
H Anderson ...
J Camp	
H Price	
L Duval	
E C Davidson..
McKillican & Anderson..
Braden & Stamford	
J Sears	
Braden & Stamford	
Do
Do 	
Do 	
Do
McKillican & Anderson..
J Sears	
R W Fawcett	
S C Burris	
A J Woodward	
E Blain	
S L Kelly & Co	
Do 	
Weiler Bros	
A Smith	
National Elect. Light Co
R B McMicking	
E G Prior & Co	
C Ireland 	
G F Welch & Son
Murray & Greig..
D Henderson	
J A Calbick	
A Haslam	
O'Brian & Dunlop	
M Morrison	
Van Houten & Randle
G Foster	
J J Sehl ,	
Brought forward	
XL-REVENUE SERVICES—Concluded.
Vote No. 87.— Commission, Courts of Appeal,  Travelling
Expenses, &c—Concluded.
(Miscellaneotis J
Assistance in Assessor's Office, New Westminster, 17J days @ $3 ...
do do 1 month 3 days @ §80
do       to Collector Pearse at Sicamous	
Services in charge of Fort Steele Office during absence of Coll. Dennis
do       as interpreter to Assessor in Victoria	
do       in charge of logs seized by Timber Inspector, 12£ days @ $2.50
Oats for Collector Stephenson's horse	
Wintering do 	
Shoeing do	
Rent of office, Assessor and Collector, Comox, 12 months @ 87.50
do do Rock Creek,     6       ,, 6
Stationery, do do        	
Rent of office, Timber Inspector, Vancouver,     2 months @ $12.50
do     hall for temp'y Gov't Offices,   New West'r,   8        „ 80
do     office for Recorder, Ainsworth,     2       ,, 15
do     room for Court of Revision,    South Saanich	
do do Parson's Bridge	
do do Royal Oak	
Money belt for the Collector at Nelson	
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS.
Works and Buildings.
Vote No. 88.—Repairs to Gov't Ruildings,  Victoria.
Addition to central building, per contract	
Repairs to roof, Museum	
do do      	
do       and materials, Printing Office	
do       to gas fixtures, etc., Provincial Secretary's Office	
do do Education Office	
Wash basins and   do Attorney-General's Office   	
Sundry repairs	
do to buildings, James Bay	
Painting, etc., offices, do 	
Papering, etc.,   do do     	
Architect's commission on addition to central building	
Repairs to sky-light, House of Assembly	
do       fire-grate, Treasury 	
do       chimney top,   do     	
Washbasin and plumbing, House of Assembly	
Putting up weather strips, do
Repairs to locks, etc., do and Education Office
Installation of electric light, do and Printing Office .
Putting in electric bells, Lands and Works Department	
Sandpaper, do
Repairs to door, Attorney-General's Office	
Vote No. 89—Repairs to   Government Ruildings,
New West/tninster.
Glazing, Court House	
do do        (old)
Repairs and material,     do
do do 	
Vote No. 90.—Repairs to Gov't Buildings, Nanaimo.
Lumber for repairs to Government buildings
Hauling lumber for do
Repairs, do
Paints, oil, nails, etc., do
Painting, do
Table and chair 	
Carried forward.
30  00;
191 55
52 50
88 00
1 00
30 00
4 00
31 25
44 00
20 00
4 60
90 00
36 00
2 60
25 00
640 00
30 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
2 50
1,116 25
16,438 52
520 00
2 90
12 60
26 69
4 60
1 00
64 10
29 83
393 61
148 75
86 82
26 00
9 00
1 50
4 50
42 95
11 00
13 00
348 50
30 00
40
1 00
14 75
76
26
30
36
96
73 21
6 75
100 00
11 56
24 00
26 00
1,778 65
78 '
240 52
2,097 93 104
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Shuswap Milling Co..
CH Archibald	
McArthur,   Stevenson &
A Derby [Co.
J Vair	
Woods & Turner   	
Str Red Star	
Hudson's Bay Co	
F H Barnes	
Tronson & Brewer	
Stone & Wellington	
H Lee	
E Rueter	
C Moier	
A Montgomery	
J A Storrett	
G Marshall	
C Heslop	
C Sterling	
H Hunter	
F W Foster	
J McNight	
J H Hart	
E W Carroll	
A E House	
J Noll	
A Le Bourdais
F W Foster...
H Gould	
A McDonald
E Deslorier ..
J L B McLain
J Reid	
I B Nason...
R F Wilson	
Manuel & Ruttan
A Lean	
R A Kimpton	
J L Riddell	
Hill Bros	
G H Andrews
J F Hume & Co..
Davys &Tolson..
T Barrett	
G A Bigelow	
G Leturnean	
McKillican & Anderson.
Do
Braden & Stamford
Brought forward ,	
XII. -PUBLIC VTOKKS-Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No. 91.—Repairs to Gov't Rxiildings, Yale District
Lumber for repairs to Government building, Kamloops	
Plastering, do do       	
Lights, nails, etc. do do       	
Ironwork for cells, do do       	
Plumbing, do do       	
Lime, do Vernon	
Freight on lime, do do      	
Paints, oils, etc., do do      	
Doors, papering, sinking well,   do do      	
Planks for root-house, do do
Trees for Government grounds, do      	
Repairs to waste pipe, cleaning yard, Lock-up, Yale	
Lock for door, Court House, do 	
Repairs to fences, garden, Gaol, & Court House, do 	
do       door and cellar steps at the Gaol,        do 	
Whitewashing and kalsomining, Govt, buildings, do 	
Plumbing, do do 	
Putting in lights, do do 	
Repair of tools used on do do 	
Repairs on do Granite Creek
Lumber and nails, repairs to Gaol, Ashcroft	
Repairing floor at Gaol, Lytton	
do       doors and windows, Court House, Lytton	
Plumbing, do do      	
Materials, etc., for closets, Gaol &   do Nicola	
Building do       do do do     	
92.—Repairs to Gov't Ruildings,
Lillooet District.
Lumber for repairs to Government buildings, Clinton
Paints, oils, etc., do do
Painting, papering, etc., do do
Vote No. 93,—Repairs to Government Ruildings,
Cariboo District.
Repairs to the gaol, Richfield	
do do       	
Removing snow from Government buildings, Richfield
Pump, Agent's office, Quesnelle	
Lumber for repairs, Agent's office, Barkerville	
Vote No. 94.
-Repairs to Government Ruildings,
Rootenay District.
Lumber, labour, etc., for repairs to lock-up, Golden
do do        wall paper, for repairs to office and lock-up,   do
Repairs to Court House, do
Paint, oils, lime, etc., offices and gaol, Donald	
New roof and building wood-shed, Government buildings, Revelstoke
Repairs to do
do do
Lumber, nails, lime, etc., do
do       for fence and repairs to lock-up,
Bar for fence door, do
Locks for cell and fence door, do
Putting in doors, Government Office, Fort Steele ..
Nelson
do
do
do
do
do
Arrears.
$   cts.
Vote No. 95.—Repairs to Gaol, Victoria.
Lumber for, and putting up fence	
Steel wire guards for windows, Juvenile Reformatory
Plumbing,  etc	
Carried forward.
191 55
109 37
201 90
4 06
40 0C
1 66
13 2C
2 5C
17 0C
80 35
13 5C
27 5C
5 25
1 OC
12 0C
3 6C
32 0C
3 0C
6C
1 5C
9 0C
13 41
1 OC
5 00
5 0C
11 5S
8 75
7 50
107 20
84 00
21 00
3 00
15 00
11 00
23 75
12
90
63
44
22
5(
12
85
120
III
83 IE
21
in
28 25
121
35
5
OC
3 0C
3
00
$   cts.
2,097 93
117 00
40 00
43 85
198 70
486 42
200 85
3,681 32 55 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
105
TO WHOM  PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$  cts.
$   cts.
$  cts.
Brought forward	
XII.-PUBLIC -WORKS.-Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No. 96.—Repairs to Gaol, New Westminster.
Royal City Planing Mills
Bell, Irving & Patterson.
W Turnbull* Co	
Wintemute Bros	
E B Akerman	
Royal City Planing Mills
Brunette Saw Mills Co...
Wintemute Bros	
Cunningham Bros	
Campbell & Anderson...
Bell, Irving & Patterson.
H T Read & Co	
Murray & Greig	
T Ovens	
A M Herring	
A G Gamble	
W Turnbull & Co
E S Scoullar & Co
F W Hart	
W Turnbull* Co	
G W Grant	
Woods, Turner & Gamble
H Hoy	
G Turnbull	
P Peebles	
J Ellard	
Wintemute Bros
R Lettice	
Braden & Stamford ...
J P Burgess	
C Hayward	
Muirhead & Mann ....
V E Ottaway & Co	
McLennan & McFeely.
A Smith	
R B McMicking	
E G Prior & Co	
W S Ruttan .
G Sutherland
S Curry	
Lumber, shingles, etc., for general repairs
Drain pipes, cement, etc., do
Bricks and sand, do
Moulding, paint, and labour,       do
Vote No. 97.—Asylum for the Insane (Additions, &c).
Lumber and guttering	
do       	
do       and shingles	
Blinds, cupboards, mirrors, moulding, etc	
Contract for gas fixtures, plumbing, etc	
Nails, putty, paints, tools, etc	
Drain pipes and cement   	
Lime, paint, oil, and tools	
Painting notice board, etc	
Repairing tools	
Beeswax	
Use of waggon and horses	
Vote No. 98.—Court House, Vancouver (repairs and
fencing grounds).
Fencing grounds, per contract....
Plumbing, etc	
Altering Judge's desk, doors, etc.
Vote No. 99.—Court House, New Westminster
(construction).
Construction of building, per contract	
Commission as architect	
Checking building lines and elevations, and report thereon	
Services as clerk of works, 11 months @ $100
Vote No. 100—Court House, New Westminster
(furniture).
Making pigeon-holes, lumber, etc :	
Office desk and matting	
Matting	
Chairs—24 revolving office, 13 leather seat office, 36 plain	
Vote No. 101 — Court House, Victoria (painting
exterior and repairs).
Painting, as per contract	
Putting in radiators, plumbing, etc	
Fitting up police quarters and cells    .
Shelving and step-ladder	
Shelving, etc	
Painting and repairs	
Varnish, felt, pipe, etc	
Repairing locks, etc    	
do       electric battery, etc	
Night latch	
Vote No.—103 .—Court House, Government Office, Donald
Construction of building, per contract, $2,798.37; extras, $167.87	
Superintending construction 	
Painting floors I
Carried forward	
191 55
162 96
271 78
30 60
32 50
T91 55
60 55
175 96
132 62
291 16
716 77
434 47
348 05
297 50
7 85
10 70
33
49 00
926 00
14
17 25
29,338 93
1,200 00
40 00
1,100 00
142 43
58 75
94 35
540 00
900 00
885 98
453 14
14 81
205 00
42
23 78
6 00
4 00
2 50
2,956 24
70 00
32 12
497 74
31,678 93
45,806 01 106                 Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts
M W Waitt&Co	
Do            	
J Summer	
J Weiler	
191 55
282 00
99 26
12 00
10 00
32 00
112 60
258 50
74 80
26 00
1 25
12 50
19 85
15 00
57 00
66 10
6 50
17 70
272 86
9 00
4 50
19 75
3 80
6 00
2 75
9 50
9 00
56 10
9 50
4 75
11 00
3 00
5 00
53 00
198 74
115 65
25 00
28 75
2 25
5 00
19 00
70 00
104 15
36 75
6 50
30 35
22 00
38 00
13 25
8 00
4 30
19 00
22 50
89 16
17 00
2 50
81 12
12 25
11 75
1 00
22 00
5 08
1 25
2 50
17 50
5 00
18 00
13 50
4 00
2 00
374 28
75 83
193 27
13 29
14 60
50
45,806 01
XII.- PUBLIC VfOKKS.-Cyntinued.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No. 104—Furniture for Government Offices.
Framing maps, etc.,                      do          and Attorney-General's Dept.
C B Lockhart & Co
J Sehl    	
Table, desk, and linoleum,            do          and Lands and Works Dept.
R W Fawcett	
McKillican & Anderson ..
G Jaques	
A Smith	
Mclennan & McFeely ...
Marchant & Futcher	
C E Redfern	
Hastie & Erskine	
G Powell & Co	
Cleaning clock,                               do           	
Do         	
C E Redfern	
Braden & Stamford	
S L Kelly & Co	
Tubing and lamp shades,                do                         	
Coal hods, shield to chimney,        do                         	
J Partridge	
R A Brown & Co	
Hastie & Erskine	
Canadian Mattress Co...
J Weiler	
Stair carpet, linoleum, etc., do      	
Hastie & Erskine	
E G Prior & Co	
Axe and duster, Attorney-General's Department .  	
C E Redfern	
J Hutcheson & Co	
S L Kelly & Co	
Do            	
J Weiler	
Stove, furniture, and putting up stoves, all Departments   	
McKillican & Anderson..
J Sehl    	
J Hilbert	
R, Dunsmuir & Sons	
Murray & Gray	
T Cunningham	
Wintemute Bros	
Purdy & Williams	
J A Calbick	
Fitting up temporary office, Government Agent,  do                	
C G Johnson 	
J Sehl	
McLennan & McFeely ...
Davidson Bros	
Gampbell & Anderson...
Van Houten & Handle...
J Hilbert	
Sofa for Judge's room, Court House,                      do       	
J J Sehl 	
R Hanson	
J Alway	
J Weiler
C PR Co	
J T Hume &Co...
W Kirkup	
Stove                                                        do          do         	
Table,                                                       do          do       	
Hill Bros	
Manuel & Ruttan	
Chas. Start Co	
3 328 12
46 806 01 55 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
107
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$  cts.
S  cts.
$   cts.
A McGregor & Sons
E G Prior & Co	
RE Smith	
Wood & Tunstall...
E S Wilson & Co...
R F Green	
Green Bros	
W W Sprague	
M Parsons	
R Emery	
J Emery	
E G Prior & Co..
Marvin & Tilton
J Baker   	
Fell &Co	
J McLean 	
C McCorlick
Commercial Union ...
Phoenix	
Do     	
Norwich Union	
City of London	
National	
North America	
Atlas *	
City of London	
Woods, Turner & Gamble
Liverpool,   London, and
National :. [Globe
City of London	
North British	
Western 	
London & Canadian. .
National	
Manchester	
London 	
National 	
Commercial	
Queen	
National	
Lancashire	
Pacific Coast	
London & Canadian..
London & Canadian .,
Guardian	
British Columbian ...
City of London	
Hartford	
Queen	
Guardian	
C PRCo	
A E Carter	
Robertson & Co	
W H Gallagher	
G N Hutchings	
T Hooper	
Do      	
Vancouver Water Works
E S Scoullar & Co	
Brought forward	
XII—PUBLIC WORKS-Continued.
Works and BuiMings.—Continued.
Vote No.   104.—Furniture for Government Offices.
Concluded.
Book-cases, Government Office, Kamloops
Lock, rope, nails, etc,              do do
Brooms, scrub-brushes, etc.     do do
Pitchers, tumblers, tray, etc., do do
Stove, pipe, etc.,                        do Ainsworth.
Watering-can,                            do do
Lamp,                                          do do
Lock,                                           do do
Vote No. 105.—Improvement of Government Reserves.
Labour on grounds, James Bay, 3§ months	
do do        	
do do            	
Tools, etc., do        	
Lawn mower, do        	
Gravel, etc., do        	
Brooms, etc., do
Repairs to lawn mowers, etc.,   do        	
Cleaning up grounds, Law Courts, Victoria	
Vote No. 106.—Insurance of Government Ruildings.
Premium
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
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 Gaol, Victoria,
do do
Law Courts,     do
do do
do do
do do
Court House, New Westminster,
do do
do do
do do
Gaol, do
do do
do do
do do
do do
Insane Asylum, do
Court House, Kamloops,
do do
Museum, Victoria,
Government buildings, Vernon,
do Yale,
stables, Government House,
East End School, Vancouver,
do do
do do
school, Wellington,
do       Nanaimo,
do do
do       Tolmie,
do       Spring Ridge Ward,
do       James Bay Ward,
do       Cache Ci*eek,
Central Schools, Victoria,
3 years.
1 year.
Vote No. 107.—Public Schools,  Vancouver (site,
construction and furniture).
16 lots @ S400 each
per contract, $17,325; closets, $1,346
Purchase of site,
Construction of East End School.
Desks, seats, etc 	
Lumber, labour, etc	
Repairing' maps, blinds, etc	
Plans and specifications for East End School, $433; survey of site, $12..
Commission on construction do 2£ per cent	
I'iping for making connection       	
Repairs to Central School building, per contract	
Carried forward.
191 55      3,328 12    45,806 01
22 00
2 15
4 9S
5 0C
21 0C
1 OC
6 00
3 00
213 16
24 0C
23 0C
15
5(1
12
00
31
50
3
00
30
00
2
50
75 00
175 0C
67 5C
30 0C
45 0C
45 0C
75 0C
76 0C
75 0C
150 0C
80 0C
80 0C
80 0C
80 0C
80 00
150 0C
120 0C
120 00
100 OO
110 oo
77 50
70 00
75 00
76 00
75 00
75 00
70 00
66 75
30 00
43 50
30 00
75 00
150 00
6,400 00
18,671 00
455 50
101 80
92 55
445 00
433 25
48 36
175 00
2,725 25
79,101 58 108
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$  cts.
$  cts.
$  cts.
Braden & Stamford
Do
J P Burgess	
Robertson & Co	
Hastie & Erskine ..
C Hayward	
R Lettice	
J Dalby	
J Weiler 	
WDPurdy	
Purdy & Williams..
Major & Pearson...
0 B Ackerman	
Robertson & Co	
RCP Mills Co	
J A Calbick	
Do        	
P Peebles	
A McGregor	
Do 	
Robertson & Co	
RE Smith	
J Vair	
H Davis	
T Hornby	
Magar & Gardner ..
J E Murchison	
P McGrath	
A E Spragge	
H L Cummins	
R A Kimpton	
Do 	
R F Wilson	
G W Beebe	
Brought forward	
XII—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No. 108.—Public School, Victoria (steam-heating,
furniture, &c).
Steam-heating apparatus, per contract	
Laying on water and sundry repairs	
Sundry repairs to school buildings	
Supplying 102 desks, and re-setting old ones	
Window shades, matting, etc	
Putting up new fence, etc	
Glazing 	
Hauling gravel, etc    	
Table and two chairs	
Vote No. 109.—Public Schools, New Westminster (Site,
construction, and furniture).
Construction of West End School addition, per contract	
do Sapperton School, per contract, $3,190; extras, $20.50
Purchase of site for       do 8 lots	
Superintending construction of Sapperton School	
Supplying and setting up 98 desks	
Lumber	
Sundry repairs to schools	
Preparing plans	
Blinds	
Vote No. 110.—Public Schools, Kamloops (Additions
and furniture).
Construction of addition to school, per contract, $660; extras, $24 ....
Putting up 25 desks, etc	
Supplying 28 desks	
Window blinds, ete	
Stove, piping, etc	
Labour on blackboards 	
Freight on school furniture	
Vote No. 112.—Public School, Nicomen.
Construction of building, per contract	
Vote No. 113.—Public School, Clayton..
Construction of building, per contract	
Vote No. 114.—Public School, Rosedale.
Construction of building, per contract	
Vote No. 115.—Public School, Golden.
Drawing up agreement re conveyance of lot	
Surveying lot	
Construction of building, per contract, $835; extras, $50	
Stove and piping	
Superintending construction of building	
Vote No. 116.—Public School, Agassiz.
Construction of building, per contract 	
Carried forward	
191 55
195 15
6,027 20
133 27
268 00
662 00
74 08
34 00
23 00
22 50
18 00
735 00
3,210 50
500 00
79 75
574 25
25 10
185 61
36 75
24 00
684 00
23 60
177 50
26 75
26 75
4 00
22 07
5 00
5 00
885 00
26 10
22 27
79,101 58
7,262 05
5,370 I
964 67
700 00
943 37
678 00
96,328 63 55 Vict.        Public Accounts, isr July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
109
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$  cts.
Ford & McKeever	
Wintemute Bros	
G Glassford	
J Bothwell	
R Steward	
C C Park	
S Edge   	
J A Coates .  	
J Pedley	
J W Lacy 	
Archibald Bros	
J Matheson	
Do 	
M S Rose	
J McTaggert	
Rose & Marshall	
O'Toole & Ralph	
L Burnham	
J Thompson	
Campbell & Anderson.
P Peebles	
H McAdie	
Str Cutch	
O'Brien & Dunlop	
Robertson & Co	
J H Pleace	
Van Houten & Randle.
J Anderson	
T Solloway	
W B Wilder	
196 15
96,328 63
XII— PUBLIC WORKS— Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No. 117 Public School, East Chilliwhack.
694 00
4 00
Table    	
698 00
Vote No. 118.—Public School, Howe Sound.
700 00
Vote No. 119.—Public School, Serpentine.
700 00
Vote No.  120.—Public School,  Walworth.
645 00
20 00
665 00
Vote No. 131 Public School, Port Kelts.
760 00
Vote No. 12%.—Public. School, South Courtenay.
625 50
8 00
633 50
Vote No. 123.—Public School, Gabriola Island.
712 60
Vote No. 124.—Public School, Sea. Island.
Vote No. 125.—Public School, Belmont.
677 00
24 00
Vote No. 126.—Public Schools  throughout the Province,
(repairs, furniture, &c.)
41 30
284 50
63 80
26 20
90 00
12 05
24 60
12 75
127 70
6 00
3 00
192 20
23 37
75 00
60 00
20 00
50 00
Blinds and table,                            do           	
Desks, seats, etc., Hall's Prairie School	
195 15
1,101 47
102,628 63 110
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
J Tays	
G Marshall	
J McCutcheon	
R Burton	
SMellard	
Ashwell & Son	
W F Stewart	
Shirley & Hoy	
Riddell & Davidson	
R Griffith	
E Probert	
I Kipp	
II Webb	
CH Walworth	
G A Sully	
R A Kimpton	
Trustees Revelstoke Sch.
D McGillivray	
J Kirkup	
J McDonald & Co	
J Christian	
J D Cameron	
N McDonald	
T Morgan	
R White	
J Climes	
G R Lawes	
Wintemute Bros   	
L W Patten 	
Hammill & McLeod	
A Johnson	
RCPMillsCo	
- J White	
J S Gray	
G A Huff	
T Beach	
Muirhead & Mann	
Do 	
Do 	
W Harrison	
R J Smith	
Do       	
R Oliver	
R Crawford	
T G Stothard	
H Nay lor	
J Lefortune	
Shawnigan Mill Co	
A Haslam	
P H Clarke	
T D Mansell	
Lo 	
C Wilkes	
T W Speed	
Hastie & Erskine	
G Bezantson.	
Moodyville Saw Mills Co.
HKing	
Vieth & Borland	
J R Hamilton 	
J Gilmore	
J Stone, Secretary.
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS— Contimied.
Works and Buildings.—Contimied.
Vote No. 126.—Public Schools throughout tlie Province,
(repairs, furniture, &c.)— Concluded.
Painting and cleaning-, Port Moody School	
do Sumas School	
Repairing fence, etc., Centreville School	
Building shed, etc., Burton Prairie School	
Stove, piping, etc., East Chilliwhack School	
Curtains and chairs, do 	
Stove, piping, etc., Sea Island School    	
do Nicomin School	
do Belmont School	
Clearing ground, do 	
Stove, piping, etc., Agassiz School     	
Purchase of lots adjoining Chilliwhack School	
Clearing ground, do 	
do Walworth School	
Fencing, etc., Mount Lehman School ...   	
Fencing ground, Donald School	
Paid for deed of site, Revelstoke School	
Cutting trees, etc., do 	
Stove, piping, etc., do    	
Blinds, do 	
Repairs, etc., Okanagan School	
Labour on repairs, do 	
do do 	
do do 	
do do 	
Sinking well, Grand Prairie School	
Repairs, etc., Enderby School	
Desk, Nicomin School	
Lumber for repairs, Round Prairie School	
Wall-paper, lining, etc., do 	
Building wood-house, etc., Mud Bay School	
Lumber, do 	
Fencing, Maple Ridge School	
Painting, Prairie School    	
Digging well, etc., Alberni School	
do South Cedar School	
Desks, etc., Union Mines School   	
Ventilators, North Saanich School	
Sashes, etc., West do 	
Painting do do 	
Shutters, etc., do do 	
Repairs to desks, etc., South do	
Digging well, etc., do do 	
Levelling ground, etc., North do 	
Fencing       do Metchosin School	
Building flue, Cowichan School    	
Clearing grounds, Shawnigan School	
Lumber for fence, do 	
do repairs, North Vesuvius School   	
Clearing grounds, do 	
Freight on lumber, do 	
Stove, piping, etc., do 	
Digging well, Cadboro School	
Painting, etc., Tolmie School	
Desks, etc., Lake School	
Fencing grounds, Rocky Point School	
Repairs to desks, etc., Moodyville School	
Filling up gravel pit, Cedar Hill School	
Lumber, sashes, etc., Williams Lake School	
do        and labour, do 	
Clearing grounds, Canoe Pass School	
Vote No. 126c.
-Cariboo Hospital (Fever Ward,
construction).
Grant in aid .
Carried forward.
195 15
1,101 47
25 00
30 00
80 00
50 00
21 50
10 50
20 65
15 00
19 70
50 00
34 50
150 00
25 00
50 00
30 00
100 00
10 00
3 00
22 75
47 00
116 46
52 50
45 00
12 50
12 60
50 00
150 00
10 00
28 32
32 68
20 15
39 05
26 00
64 00
50 00
43 25
150 00
15 50
21 00
25 00
6 00
8 00
32 00
19 50
78 00
28 75
25 00
15 00
32 05
20 00
14 25
9 62
54 00
18 00
124 27
50 70
31 50
30 00
64 35
30 96
50 00
195 15     106,720 56
102,628 63 55 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
Ill
TO  WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$  cts.
$   cts.
J A Carthew.	
Van Houten & Handle
J Hilbert	
J McDonald & Co. ...
F Fraser 	
C Lindmark	
Archibald  Bros.
A Grant.,,
S Edge
C E Pooley
A J Hall...
A Martin ..
J O Grahame, Treasurer.
W Morrison	
Do 	
Do 	
W M Morrison	
Do 	
Do 	
Pay Lists	
A Martin	
A Richardson	
F Martin	
Do      	
Do      	
T Hornby   	
J Kelly	
Oil Well Supply Co.
E G Prior & Co. ...
Shuswap Milling Co
J Vair	
C PR	
Hudson Bay Co	
Clark & Co	
H Duhamel	
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.-Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Concluded.
Vote No. 126d.—Public School E.   Wellington (Addition)
Construction of addition, per contract	
Stove, piping, etc	
Table and chairs    	
Vote No. 126e.—Public  School, Revelstohe  (Construction
and furniture).
Construction of building, per contract.
Superintending construction	
Clearing- ground, etc	
Vote No. 126f—Public School, Lulu Island.
Construction of building, per contract	
Vote No. 126g.—Public School, Union Mines.
Construction of building, per contract	
Vote No. 126h.—Public School, Anniedale.
Construction of building, per contract	
Vote No. 1261.—Public School, Kamloops (Purchase of
site).
Purchase of Block 23 for school site,
Vote No. 128a.—Addition to Rxtildinef for Constable,
Alert Ray.
Building Materials, etc .
Labour, etc	
Vote No. 128b.—Hospital, Kamloops (Repairs and
alterations).
Grant for repairs, etc	
Vote No. 129.—Roring Artesian Wells^
Services as driller, 5 5-6 months @ $175	
Allowance for board, 5 5-6 „ 25	
Sundry expenses, fares, etc., 	
Services as engineer, 5 5-6 ,, 75	
Allowance for board, 5 5-6 ,, 25	
Fares, Owen Sound to Kamloops and return	
Labourers	
Labour, 22 days @ $2.50  	
do 23       „        2.50	
do 52£     „        2.50	
52^ cords of wood, 2.50	
Hauling tools, etc	
do 	
do 	
Wire rope, tools, etc	
Belting, tools, etc	
Lumber	
Cooking stove, utensils, etc	
Freight on machinery, etc	
Empty barrels, etc   	
Flax seed.  -	
Meals, etc., Gov't Agent Hussey, inspecting well-boring operations...
Carried forward
650 00
25 00
9 00
2,795 00
69 87
182 00
170 75
32 65-
1,025 31
146 47
246 45
439 5C
146 47
111 65
1,319 9C
55 0C
57 5C
131 25
181 25
31 0C
3 50
7 00
580 96
429 60
162 34
47 40
358 78
19 18
4 00
2 50
1,494 00
203 40
1,500 00
5,457 01
121,260 84 112
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$    cts
M Humber	
R Drake	
Braden & Stamford
Muirhead & Mann ,
J Sears	
Weiler Bros	
Clark & Pearson   ..
C E Redfern	
Brown & White	
SL Kelly & Co	
Braden & Stamford
J Hutchison   	
J Sehl	
W T Drake	
Rock Bay Coal Co	
Victoria Coal & Wood Co
Buxton & Co	
Victoria Gas Co	
Victoria Transfer Co
H Stanton	
Hudson Bay Co	
Langley & Co..,,,...
J Sehl	
D H Ross & Co	
Victoria Water Works..
Nicholles & Renouf ....
G A McTavish	
Alderly Works	
C Strouss & Co	
DS Sears	
PT James	
Victoria Transfer Co ...
F McNeill	
C Irving	
W Brown.
Brought forward	
Xn.—PUBLIC WORKS .-Continued,
Government House.
Vote No. 130.—Repairs to Ruilding.
Building chimney for furnace.
Repairs, material, and labour
Plumbing, etc	
Glazing 	
Paint	
Vote No. 131—Furniture.
Furniture, crockery, etc	
Repairs to boiler, etc	
Clock	
Table covers	
Jelly moulds, etc	
New coil for stove	
Table decorating    	
Crockery 	
Vote No. 132 Fuel and light.
Coal	
do 	
do	
do	
Gas and coke	
Hauling do    	
Paid freight on coal	
Methylated spirits	
Tapers	
Pyramid lights 	
Coal oil, candles, etc	
Vote No. 133 Water.
"Colonist"	
P McQuade & Son
R T Williams	
Water supply, 12 months	
Vote No. 134.—Improving Grounds.
Hose, scythe, etc	
Flower-pots,  etc	
do 	
Cotton for covering for green-house..
Making          do                     do
Services as under-gardener, 1 month.
Manure, etc	
do 	
do 	
Vote No. 135.—Fencing.
Repairs to fence .
Vote No. 136.- Gardener.
Services as gardener	
Vote No. 137.—Miscellaneous.
Printing cards and envelopes	
2 Union Jacks	
Envelopes for invitation cards	
Carried forward.,.
60 00
65 65
70 25
9 25
1 65
104 67
15 35
6 50
8 87
7 76
8 50
5 70
1 60
399 50
36
IK!
8
50
12
00
161
01)
16 0C
2
75
8
50
1
0C
1
51
37
75
42 85
33 15
10 65
5 13
5 00
50 0C
29 5C
9 0C
4 00
12 50
9 00
3 00
24 50
2,001 26 55  Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
113
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$  cts.
$  cts.
J Brethonr .
Pay List..	
D Callaghan	
J Fisher 	
M Launder	
F Argall	
T Morgan	
RPileher	
A Smith	
A Cameron	
J Pearce 	
L Larsen	
R Copeland	
W Griffiths	
II Kew	
G Surgenor	
J Ritchie	
J Cross	
R Gaskell	
F Lakin	
S Hatherly	
H Breakall	
A Johnson 	
J McGladdery .. .
R Orr	
P Nelson	
S Hatherly	
R Gaskell	
J McGladdery .. .
S Verdier	
J Kelly	
M Launder	
P Thostenson....
T Hicks	
E Callow	
W Sills	
H King	
GLyall	
Pay Lists	
C Davis	
J Jennings	
W Graham	
W Richardson ..
C Wales	
R Dickson	
J Black	
L Duval	
Jones & McNeil.
W Gregg	
A J Bennett.. ..
T Ferguson	
Mclntyre Dean .
H Hooton	
H Cracow	
C Wales	
R Crawford	
J Simpson	
DMcAnall	
H llaby	
E Sadler	
J Hagan	
L Herbo	
J Sluggett	
P Frank	
S Dean	
J Goyette	
W D Auckland..
W Armstrong...
J Halden	
A Hendry
J Gregg	
W Cook	
F Spotts	
R Dickson	
10J. days @ $2
31J
10J
*1\
Brought forward	
XIL—PUBLIC WORKS— Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.
Vote No. 13S Victoria. District.
Salary as Road Superintendent, 10 mos. @ $100; allowance for travel
ling expenses, $25 per mo. =$260	
Labourers on Lake Hill Road.
Labour on do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do                                llj
do do                                17}
do do                                43i
do do                                  9}
do do                                B8i
do do                                32|
do do                                  1}
do do                                3S
do do                                19
do do                                28|
do do                                25|
do do                                  4
do do                                20
do do                                21
do do                                  24
do do                                  6|
do do                                  5}
do do                                  2?
dp do                                26
do do                                31}
do do                                32}
do do                                  6^
do do                                23}
do do                                25
do do                                26
do do                                40}
do do                                211
do       with horse and cart,    do 40|
do do                    do                                60i
do do                    do                                13
do       as foreman, do                                25
Labourers on Saanich Roads	
Labour on do                                14}
do do                                  8
do do                                10}
do do                                   13
do do                                   12
do do                                18
do       with horse and cart,    do 48|
do do                    do
do
do East and West Roads,                11 days @ §2
do
do do 12i
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do       with team,
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do
do
do
do
do
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
3
4
i
I
4
do use of waggon 25 d.
East and West Roads,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do and man 2 d. @ $2
do
Tindal Avenue,
Limekiln Road,
Carey's Road,
Gorge, Burnside and Craigflower Rds.
do do
Carried forward.
18
30}
41
28}
3
6}
3i
5
4
7
104
15
8
7i
2
10
17}
4
5
45
2.50
2
2.50
2
1; 5d. @$5
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
6
5
5
6
5
6
6
6
5
6
2
2
2
2.50
2.25
195 15
1,250 00
319 50
20 50
63 50
21 50
114 50
72 50
23 00
35 50
87 00
19 00
106 60
65 50
3 00
78 00
38 00
57 50
51 50
8 00
40 00
42 00
5 00
13 60
11 00
6 50
62 00
78 75
81 25
16 25
58 75
62 50
65 00
101 25
65 25
163 00
201 00
52 00
100 00
730 87
36 26
16 00
26 25
26 00
24 00
32 00
146 25
12 00
50 00
22 00
16 00
25 00
12 50
36 00
61 00
87 50
82 00
57 00
6 00
13 00
17 50
25 00
20 00
35 00
52 50
76 00
40 00
36 25
14 00
60 00
35 0C
8 0C
10 OC
5 62
101 25 114
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
§   cts
P Thostenson. ......
P Nelson	
E McKinney 	
S Fearn	
J Munn	
Do     	
R Crocket     	
F Argall	
H Edens	
R G Mckenzie	
L Sharpe	
G Bridges	
G Lindsay   	
J Meldrum	
W Gowdy	
W Snider	
WC Snider	
J Welsh	
F Worth	
N Leclaire	
J Dalby	
J Jackman	
J Snider	
W C Snider	
W Snider	
J Munn	
P Hostenson	
N Leclaire	
W Innes	
F Worth	
T Tway	
W Johnson	
J Smith	
J Spence	
E Dawson	
Pay List	
Do     	
Do     	
Do     	
R Crawford ,	
Mclntyre Dean	
X Marcotte	
Do 	
W P Sawyard	
W Clark	
W J Clark	
SMcFarland	
C Wales	
H E McKenny	
Brackman & Ker ..
Do
W Clark	
W J Clark	
SMcFarland	
E G Prior a Co. ...
R P Rithet & Co ...
Albion Iron Works.
W Rockett	
W H Snider   	
Do 	
X Marcotte	
Do        	
W Clark 	
GCMesher	
J Sluggett	
Do      	
E John	
W Snider	
A Lyche	
W Rowland	
C J King	
M Browne	
J R Carmichael...
G Gowdy	
J Smithurst	
Brought forward	
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS-Contimied.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 138.— Victoria District.—Continued.
Labour on        Gorge, Burnside, and Craigflower Rds., 19 days @ $2.25
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
with team,
do
do
do
do
do with horse & cart.
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
with team,
do
do
with team,
do
do
do
Edmonton Road,
do
do
do
do
Beacon Hill to Ross Bay,
Cadboro Bay and Cedar Hill Roads,
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
Tway's Cross Road,
Prospect Lake Road,
Richmond Road,
Gordon Head Road,
Mount Tolmie Road,
Labourers on Telegraph Bay Road, etc	
do        crushing rock on Saanich Road	
do      getting out timber for Mill and Coulter's bridges	
do do bridges in North and South Saanich
Labour on washout at Mill Bridge   ....
do       with team, hauling timber for bridge, East Road, 5^ d. @ $5
do do West Road,
do       making culverts, East Road	
Lumber for bridges	
Labour on Saanich Wharf, 12i
do do 12}     '„       2.50
do do 12}       „       2.50
do do 9 „        2.50
do do 12}       „       2.60
Lumber, spikes, etc., do 	
do East Road bridges	
Labour on wharf on James Island, 8 days @
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
16
14}
23
11
26
4
10
4
*i
12}
5
14
12
10
3
2
2
2
2
li
4
4
6
7
39
16
2}
7
5
1
7}
5
5
2
2
2
2.50
2.2!
2
6
5
6
5.50
5
4
3
2
2
6
2
2
3
2.25
2.25
6
6
6
6
2
2
2
3
district roads.
do
do
do do
do do
Tools, coal, etc.,
Giant powder and coal,
Gear wheel for forge, etc.,
Bridge on Gorge Road, per contract $310; extras, $91.37.
Gravelling Burnside Road,   do 466;   do        20
do       W. Saanich Road, do 276;   do        25
do      Mount Newton Road, per contract	
Putting in culverts, West Road	
do Moss Street	
do Belcher Street	
do West Road	
Furnishing and putting up rails, Lime-kiln Road	
Repairs to Mount Newton Cross-Road	
do       Oak Bajr Avenue Road	
do      Cadboro Bay Road	
do       culverts on Gorge Road	
do      Baile's Road, per agreement	
do       West Road	
do       Cordova Bay Road	
Express charges, moving tools, etc	
do do 	
2.50
2.50
Carried forward.
195 15
5,691 24
42 75
32 00
29 00
46 00
27 50
68 5(1
8 00
20 00
8 00
22 50
62 50
30 00
77 00
60 00
40 00
9 00
4 00
4 00
12 00
12 00
7 50
8 00
8 00
12 00
21 00
87 75
36 00
3 00
15 00
42 00
30 00
2 00
15 00
10 00
15 00
291 50
590 74
107 87
504 36
18 00
26 25
16 00
25 00
338 15
50 00
31 25
31 25
22 50
31 25
60 60
85 00
32 00
17 50
17 50
156 67
175 52
2 38
401 37
486 00
300 00
60 00
25 00
13 00
14 25
16 00
50 00
20 00
50 00
2 50
17 00
75 00
55 00
25 00
9 50
18 50
10,866 65| 55 Vict. Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
IIS
TO WHOM  PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$ cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
DBanfield	
E Holden	
R Horth	
H Steinberger	
L Duval	
W Marks	
G Lindsay	
J Davis	
Str Isabel 	
T Gowdy	
G Stelly	
Victoria Transfer Co
G Stelly	
E Simpson	
T S Sandover .
M J Conlin	
J Meldram 	
Elford & Smith	
W Clarke	
W Snider	
G Lindsay	
Nicholles & Renouf..
L Duval	
S Morrow	
A H Peatt	
R S Cavin	
J Horn	
H Fowke	
H Pilcher	
J Woods	
WRHorn	
W Field	
J Claydon	
A Vandin	
J Gabourie	
W Splatt	
J Morrison	
J Farr 	
O Erafleld	
S Harrison	
G Taylor	
J Bowden	
J Gabourie	
J Gray	
J Williams	
R S Cavin	
G W Wheeler	
C Weir	
T McGregor	
E Runham	
F Green	
W Shivas	
H Cogan 	
G Brown	
A H Peatt	
E Vine	
CBall	
J H Smart	
A Fulton	
Pay List	
C O'Brien 	
T Hicks	
WRoskelly	
W Graham	
Do        	
Pay List	
E Newton	
J Walker	
A H Peatt	
M L C Hannington
195 15
10,866 65
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS.-Cowtim
lied.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves—
Continued.
Vote 13S.— Victoria District.—Concluded.
7 00
2 50
8 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
8 25
30 00
Removing and replacing fence on road line, Davis' Cross-Road
23 00
5 00
36 60
9 60
do     pile-driver to Craigflower Bridge	
8 00
17 60
do     lumber for bridges on East and West Roads	
13 50
21 15
20 00
10 00
32 00
54 01)
Spikes for sidewalks on Saanich and Gorge Roads	
7 50
Nails and iron for Craigflower Bridge	
6 01
20 00
11,218 06
Vote No. 139.—Esquimalt District.
Salary as Road Supt. 7 l-18th months @ S100; allowance for exp
$176.40
882 18
do                  1 month,                   100
do
25
125 00
Labour as foreman on District Roads,
90   days
@ $3
270 00
do                            Victoria West Roads,
1SJ       „
2
30 50
do                                              do
26|
2
63 50
do                                              do
21}       „
2
43 00
do                                              do
35}       „
2
71 00
do                                              do
36
2
72 00
do                                              do
52
2
104 00
do                                              do
62 3.5   „
2
125 20
do                                              do
58}
2
116 50
do                                              do
6
2
12 00
do                                              do
6
2
10 00
do                                              do
7
2
14 00
do                                              do
6
2
12 00
do                                                       do
9
2
12 00
do                                           do
6
2
12 00
do                                                  do
2|       „
2
6 50
do                                           do
6
2
12 00
do                                           do
27}       „
2
41 25
do      with horse and cart,    do
*
4
16 00
do                       do                do
8i      „
4
33 00
do       with team,                     do
*i      „
5
21 25
do              do                            do
2}
5.50
13 75
do                                    Sooke Road,
12
2
24 00
do                                              do
17
2
34 00
do                                              do
10
2
20 00
do                                              do
61
2
12 50
do                                              do
22          „
2
44 00
do                                              do
H        „
2
2 60
do                                              do
7
2
14 00
do      with team,                   do
1|       „
5.50
9 62
do                                Rocky Point Road,
s
2
6 00
do                                              do
14
2
3 00
do                                Metchosin Road,
2
2
4 00
do                                              do
4
2
8 00
252 87
2 50
Labour.                              Otter Point Road,
11        „
2
do       as blacksmith, Esquimalt Street,
6
3
18 00
do           driller,                     do
12
3
36 00
do            engineer,                   do
9          ,>
3
27 00
do                                           do
9
2.25
20 25
271 25
137 81
Labour on                     District Roads.
61J days
@ $2.25
do                            Albert Head Road,
20}
2
40 50
do       with team,                do
10}       „
5.50
57 75
do                            Millstream Road,
6}       „
2
13 00
Carried forward..
196 15
3,166 18
11.218 06 116                Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
S   cts.
$  cts.
$   Cts.
195 15
3,166 18
30 00
14 00
286 50
10 00
48 00
117 00
5 50
40 00
13 00
561 87
85 00
100 00
75 00
31 25
12 00
15 00
5 00
8 00
5 00
5 50
14 50
10 00
10 00
676 60
76 00
890 00
404 00
190 00
50 00
10 00
100 00
325 00
10 00
10 00
15 00
5 00
2 00
2 OO
2 00
5 00
6 00
6 00
335 88
27 14
13 80
2 62
126 29
56 46
9 00
18 75
2 30
18 00
8 50
8 00
20 00
30 00
318 53
33 00
13 00
32 00
23 75
10 75
16 00
11 24
7 00
50 00
2 00
2 00
10 00
11,218 06
XII.-PUBLIC -WORKS-Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 139.—Esquimalt District—Concluded.
Labour on Esquimalt Road, 15 days @ $2
do                            Admiral's Road,                           7         ,,       2
Labourers,                     Craigflower Bridge,
Labour with tsam, Parson's Bridge, 2 ,, 5
do District Roads, 8 ,, 6
do Gorge Road, 19} „ 6
do                       Goldstream Road,                           1          ,,        5.50
Hire of horse and cart, District Roads, 20 ,, 2
do                             do                                       6}       „       2
Labourers,                                 do
T Atkins	
W Pridmore	
G Stelly...
A H Peatt	
R S Cavin   	
W Rockett	
J Phair .
J Phair
A Goetell
A G Clark
H L C Fisher
W J Wale	
W Phillips	
J E Gelley	
A White	
J Cox	
C O'Brien	
Construction of Beecher Bay Rd., per contract, $493; extras, $83.60 ..
W H Snider
S Cutler 	
T Elliot
T S Gore	
Do      	
Do
J Lowe	
J Walker	
W Poole	
J A Murray	
W Phillips	
W P Sayward	
Albion Iron Works	
A McGregor & Co	
R P Rithet & Co	
E G Prior & Co	
Nicholles & Renouf	
Hamilton Powder Co....
Matthews, Richards & Tye
Braden & Stamford .
Esquimalt Water Works.
T Lindsay	
A T Peatt   .
do       	
Do
W Atkins	
Nat'l. Elec. Tram. & L Co
E Gordon	
H Milne	
Do
SL Kelly* Co	
J S Muir	
R S Cavin	
Do
J Bartlett	
Hack hire for Surveyor-General inspecting roads, sundry times	
8,658 81
195 15 55 Vict. Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
117
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$  cts.
$  cts.
$   cts.
196 15
195 15
5,866 54
4 00
17 50
112 00
47 50
105 00
40 00
80 00
175 00
2 50
7 50
26 25
2 50
47 00
12 00
171 00
14 00
60 00
149 00
18 00
22 00
159 00
2 00
2 00
8 00
28 00
36 00
10 00
10 00
6 00
80 00
495 66
31 35
14 26
52 61
6 12
9 35
39 55
4 76
22 00
10 12
25 50
3 75
1 00
163 97
4 60
11 13
2 00
58 00
2 50
6 00
1 00
5 00
3 26
40 75
15 60
10 00
75 60
52 50
140 00
20 00
3 00
3 00
15 00
65 00
99 00
205 00
84 00
401 50
240 00
115 00
2 50
1 00
9 00
2 00
19,776 87
Pay Lists	
J Devine	
TCastley	
A C Fraser	
N W Campbell	
XII.-PUBLIC •WOB.KS.-Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 140 Cowichan District.
Labour,                   Devine's Road,                                      2 days @ $2
do                       Cowichan Lake Road,                           7       ,,       2.50
do                                          do                                             44 4-5 „        2.50
Hire of team,         District Roads,                                      9^     ,,       5
do                            do                                               21       ,,       5
do                            do                                                 8       „       5
do                            do                                               16       „       5
do                               do                                                   35        „        5
do                            do                                                   £     ,,       5
do                            do                                                 1£     ,,       5
do                            do                                                 5*     ,,       5
do                            do                                                   |     ,,       5
Hire of oxen,                     do                                               11|     „       4
do                            do                                                 3       ,,       4
do                            do                                               42|     ,,       4
do                               do                                                     3|     ,,        4
do                            do                                               15       ,,       4
do                            do                                               37i     „       4
do                            do                                                 4J     ,,       4
do                            do                                                 5|     ,,       4
do                               do                                                   39|     ,,        4
do                               do                                                       X      ,,        4
do                            do                                                  i     ,,       4
do                            do                                                 2       „       4
do                            do                                                 7       „       4
Hire of horse and cart,    do                                                 9       ,,       4
do                     do                                                 2J     ,,       4
do                     do                                                  2f     „       4
do                     do                                                 3       „       2
G T Corfleld	
T E Lewis	
C King	
R Colvin	
W Waters	
W S Smith	
W&RManley	
E H Forest	
Indian Eley	
F Rowe	
II 0 Wellburn	
Do
J McDonald & Co... .
G B Ordano	
do       	
do        '	
J Kier	
do       	
G T Corfleld
do       ...                             	
E G Prior & Co	
do       	
do           	
do                     	
do                                  	
S H Davis	
do                    	
do       	
do       	
do                       	
do               	
do                	
do              	
do              	
E & N R Co	
Freight on paint, tools, etc	
do       	
G Rogers	
Do       	
H Fry, Jr	
Exploring, making plans & reporting on road, Mill Bay to Shawnigan L.
J W Graff ..
Do       	
P Boudot	
E H Forrest	
R McLay    	
W Waters	
do               land required for construction of Koksilah Road....
Construction of deviation of Quamichan Boundary Road, per contract
do                do            Trunk Road, near Somenos,            do
do          Salt's Road,                                                            do
do          bridges near Maitland-Dougall's, $394; ext., 87.50, do
do          road at Duncan's,                                                       do
Working public ferry at Clemaclemalat's ranch, 57J days @ $2	
J Norcross	
T Colvin 	
R Colvin	
Indian Jimmy	
GMark	
W Waters	
9,892 00
19,776 87 118
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$  cts.
$  cts.
Indian Charlie
Do Johnny
Do Kapeell
Do   Charlie
CPR	
Pay Lists	
C Horel	
G Dukes	
J Sparrow ..
W G Perkins .
C Macdonald .
J Walsh	
L Pollard	
C Horel	
E Lee ........
S Maxwell ....
Pay List	
H Ruckle	
G Fisher	
C Ohlsen	
G Colly	
H Mundow. ..
E Hoskins....
J Miller	
A Raynor ....
H Ruckle	
J Sheppard...
G Silverson...
H E McKenny
W J Clark
S McFarland..
W Clarke	
Do      	
W J Clarke ...
J T Sparrow . .
H E McKenny
D Maxwell
S McFarland..
Pay Lists	
W Clarke	
W J Clarke.   .
J Robson	
J Ekholm	
W M Robson .
Do
S Colston	
T Bennett	
J Liddell	
J Daken 	
J Auchterlonie
J Tod	
H Clapham
C Groth	
J Georgeson ...
W M Robson ..
A Haslam ....
A Wilson	
W Grimmer ...
Str Isabel 	
Str R P Rithet.
CPNCo	
J Scott 	
E G Prior & Co
Pay Lists..
J Brenton .
J Gordon..
G Plummer
Brought forward	
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS-Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 140.— Cowichan District.—Concluded.
Hire of canoe to assist in conveying pile driver	
do do        at survey of Duncan's Bridge .
do do at Pimbury's Bridge	
Compensation for loss of canoe	
Telegram to Lands and Works Department	
Vote No. 141.—Salt Spring Island and Isla,nds at
Plumper Pass.
Labourers on Salt Spring Island Roads
Labour, as foreman, Burgoyne Bay Road,
with team,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Labourers on
Labour as foreman
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Labourers.
team, 4 days @ $3;
Labour as foreman,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Beaver Point Road	
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do repairing tools, $8;
Vesuvius Bay Wharf, axe, $1.75
do
do
do
do
foreman, do
do Burgoyne Bay Wharf,
do
do
do
do
do
Mayne Island Wharf.
20 da} s @
16
16
2
H
16
4
94
1
2i
with oxen,
horse and cart,
17
17
17
11
5
15
15
6
4
8
9
10*
10J
10|
10i
6
6
3i
6
6
6
do hauling pile driver, $3; 8
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
bolts and iron, $3;
hire of oxen, $1.50;
8
6i
do
do
do
do
do
do
with oxen, do
Pender Island Wharf,
do
as foreman, do
Galiano Island Roads,
do
do
do
Inspecting work done on       do
Lumber for repairs of Vesuvius Bay Wharf	
Repairing tools .        	
Ring bolt, etc., for Pender Island Wharf..  	
Freight on pile-driver and passages of men to Vesuvius Bay, etc.
do do Mayne Island —
Wharfage on pile-driver	
Cutting sleigh road, ditch, culvert, et«., Hornby Island	
Spikes, etc., Vesuvius Bay wharf	
10J
10J
10J
11
4i
11
11
Vote No. 142.—Nanaimo District.
Labourers on District Roads	
Labour with oxen on Brenton Road,
do do Gordon Road,
do do Englishman's River Bridge,
Carried forward..
Ii days(
I       „
$5
5
5
9,892 00
19,776 87
3 50
3 50
4 00
10 00
40
9,913 40
189 10
60 00
32 06
32 00
4 00
3 00
32 00
20 00
19 00
6 00
12 50
202 00
51 00
34 00
34 00
22 00
10 00
30 00
30 00
18 00
20 00
21 75
22 50
26 25
26 25
26 25
42 00
24 00
16 00
8 76
16 00
15 00
16 00
101 00
35 00
20 00
16 25
20 00
6 00
17 50
10 25
3 00
21 50
21 50
32 00
22 00
9 00
22 00
22 00
3 00
6 85
2 50
4 75
22 50
20 50
1 00
85 00
2 50
1,597 95
4,856 46
7 50
3 75
72 50
4,940 21
31,288 22 55 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
119
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
J Tippet	
Grant & Mounce	
T E Peck	
J Belyea	
J Lewis	
R Kilpatrick	
C Bennie	
J Hill	
D Westwood	
N York	
Do    	
J Knight	
P Dolan	
C Bennie	
M Edgar	
J Corigan	
H Maguire	
EQuennell	
Do        	
J A McCarter	
R Curtis	
W Mills	
J Craig.	
R Curtis	
W Herring	
T Jamieson	
J Craig	
H Maguire	
G Cassidy	
G Gartley	
J Thomas   	
J K Gordon	
A Higham	
G Plummer	
A Hoggan 	
A Haslam	
J Perry	
G Plummer	
O'Brian & Dunlop...
N York	
J Tippett	
P McQuade & Son...
Shirley & Hoy	
R Wenborn	
J H Pleace	
Renwick & Home...
Str Isabel	
R Bramley	
L Stark 	
C W Blayney	
J Cant	
J Patterson	
A Higham	
T Cooper	
A J Richardson	
L Stark 	
C Dawson	
Indian Bob	
T Campbell	
C Bennie	
W Haslam	
E Sage 	
J D Foreman	
Thompson & Scoville
R Kilpatrick	
O'Brian & Dunlop...
Pay Lists..
R Deboux .
196 15
4,940 21
31,288 22
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS-Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No   142.—Nanaimo District.—Concluded.
Labour with oxen on Bridges,                                            3 days @ $5
15 00
do   with team,   South Wellington Road,                3         ,,       7
21 00
do          do                            do                                    7         ,,       7
49 00
do          do                          do                                 i\      ,,      7
29 75
do          do          Gabriola I'd Roads, cart Id. $4.50; 3£       ,,       7
29 00
do          do          District Roads,                                83       ,,       7
59 50
do           do                       do                                           \       „       7
3 50
do   with horse & cart,    do                                         6£       ,,       4.50
29 25
do                  do   E. Wellington Road,                       6£       „       5.00
32 50
do                  do   Bridges,                                            1\       „       6.00
12 50
do                  do   District Roads,                                5         ,,       4.50
22 50
do                  do                  do                                       3         „       4.50
13 50
do                   do                   do                                          4^       „        4.60
20 25
do                  do                  do                                       1}       ,,       4.50
6 75
do                   do    Gabriola Island,                                 6£       ,,        4.50
29 25
do                  do   Bridges,                                              \       „       4.50
1 12
do   with team,    Quennell Road,                                    \        „        7
3 50
do          do          Victoria Road,                                 5         ,,       7
35 00
do                                    do                                           2         ,;       2.50
5 00
do                         District Roads,                                 9J       ,,       2.50
23 75
do                                    do                                           6         ,,       2.50
15 00
do                                       do                                               4J        „        2.50
10 62
do                         Englishman's River Bridge,           i\       „       2.50
18 12
do                                              do                                 3|       „       2.50
8 75
do                                              do                                 4|       ,,       1.75
8 31
13 75
15 00
Making repairs to washouts caused by floods                   5 days @ $3
1 75
do              	
5 00
5 25
3 50
1 75
1 25
12 50
5 00
75 08
do              	
do              	
do              	
do              	
do              	
do                	
4 50
do                        	
21 25
36 50
19 76
37 50
32 00
do                   	
do                   	
do                     	
4 40
1 25
do       	
do       	
43 29
16 12
do       	
2 00
1 25
3 00
21 25
12 60
12 00
10 00
6 26
8 75
2 00
1 00
do                   Nanoose Road	
1 60
1 25
2 00
24 50
do                	
29 75
1 50
Hire of boat for Government Agent and Road Supt. to Gabriola Island.
Buggy hire                            do                         do        inspecting roads ..
28 00
do                                  do                       do                       do
14 00
do                                     do                         do                         do
9 60
5,991 02
Vote No. 143.—Alberni District.
1,486 61
30 00
Labour on Deboux Road,                                                    12 days @ $2.50
1,616 61
195 15
38,795 85 120
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$     cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
Pay Lists	
J Baird	
J W Fraser	
J Johnston	
W Baikie	
G McFarlane	
T Nelson	
H W Morrison   	
T Kenan	
D Pickles	
R T Swan 	
A G Graham	
J Fitzgerald	
Do 	
Harrigan & Knox	
J W McKenzie	
J Fraser	
R Parker	
J Ford	
A Graham	
W Gage	
G Brabner    	
Do      	
W Ford	
Urquhart Bros	
C J Hooper	
G Grave	
A McKelvie	
E J Millett	
M H Piercy	
W Matheson	
Grant & Co	
J McPhee	
Bentley & Swan	
Duncan Bros	
J B Holmes	
Matthews, Richards &Tye
T Beckensell	
J W McKenzie	
S Peake	
S Creech  [Ian
Piercy, Pickles & McFar-
Ford & Heatherbell	
T Dixon	
A McConnell
P Smiley . ..
R A Gifford..
G Sandall	
A Brown	
S Hall	
D Stewart...
G Sandall ...
R Gifford....
M Cowan ....
D Johnston..
G Clark	
RNicholh...
G Kidd	
J Russell	
G Stroebel..
M Mougham.
J Shurlock ..
W Cottell ...
W B Cornock
P Jackman ..
J Hockin....
L Thompson.
R Robarge.,.
F Moreau	
E Moreau ...
9 days @ §2.00
7 „ 2.50
2        „       2.25
Brought fonvard	
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS.-C<mti«Me<*.
Koads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No 144.—Comooc District.
Labourers on district roads	
Labour on road near McKinney's,
do       Union Mines Road,       freight, $3;
do       Black Creek Road,
Repairs to roads, Denman Island	
do do	
do do 	
do do 	
do do	
do do	
do Cross Road	
do do       	
Balance of contract, Union Mines Road	
Payment in full of extras on contract, do 	
Construction of road, per contract, do 	
Repairs to road near Harvey's, per contract, 825; tools, etc., $7.25 ..
do       district roads, do 	
do       bridge, Tsolum Road	
Construction of road, Hornby Island, per contract..
do do do
do do do
Building bridge, do do
Digging ditch, putting in culvert, etc., do do
Grading, ditching, etc., do do
Lumber, etc., for bridges, district roads	
Hauling lumber, etc., do 	
do       logs, etc., do	
Gravel, stone, etc., do	
Painting notices on bridges,        do	
Putting in new culvert, Gordon's and Piercy's Road	
Keep of man and oxen hauling piles to Csmox Wharf	
Keep of 3 men surveying road from Courtenay R. bridge to Union Mines
Tools, etc	
do       	
do       	
do       	
do ,	
Repairing tools, etc	
do 	
Conveying Berkeley and party from Comox to Campbell River
Commission on disbursements, 5% on $7,915
do Denman Island roads, ,, 700
do Hornby Island roads, ,, 600
Vote No. 145.—New Westminster District.
Labour
as foreman,   Elgin and Semiahmoo Roads,
Mi days & $3
do
do
23
,       2.25
do
do
23
2.25
do
do
25J       ,
,        2.25
do
do
32i
2.25
do
do
25J       ,
2
do
do
H        ■
2
do
do
1
2
do
do
12
2.50
do
do
12
,        2.50
do
with team,                        do
3
6
do
do                               do
2
6
do
do                               do
2i     ,
6
do
Aldergrove to Fraser River,
14
2
do
do
10J       ,
2
do
do
16J       ,
2
do
do
14
2
do
do
16
2
do
as foreman,                       do
18i       ,
2.50
do
with oxen,                        do
10|
4
do
do                               do
5
4
do
with team,                       do
12
4.5C
do
Farr's Road,
7
2
do
Hatzic Prairie R'ds, freight 12c.
26
3
do
do
22
,        2.25
do
do
9i       ,
2.25
do
do
Carried forward.
iH
,        2.25
195 15
3,952 70
22 50
20 50
4 50
232 75
114 75
110 00
34 00
37 50
56 00
61 00
20 00
35 00
200 00
1,050 00
32 25
50 00
4 00
330 00
90 00
60 00
90 00
25 00
300 00
704 69
34 85
16 20
75 00
12 00
6 50
13 00
17 50
30 26
19 3S
7 50
1 75
5 13
4 50
15 25
11 5C
395 75
35 0C
30 00
133 50
51 75
51 75
57 37
73 13
51 00
3 00
2 00
30 00
30 00
18 00
12 00
15 00
28 00
21 00
32 50
28 00
32 00
45 50
43 00
20 00
54 00
14 00
78 12
49 50
21 94
25 87
1,021 93
8,795 85
8,367 21
47,163 00 55 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
121
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
S   cts.
$   cts.
A Legace	
F Martin	
S Merino	
O Cote	
R Hudon	
G Rouleau	
D Hudon	
A J Miller	
H Johnson 	
J B Silverthorn .
A Boley	
L Boley	
W Russell, Jr.  .
E J Russell	
W Russell, Sr...
K Beaton	
J McLeod	
A Beaton	
P McMillan	
D McMillan	
A N Beaton ....
W McEwan	
R H Brett	
J Kipp	
H Garner	
M Dexotean ....
J Chappell	
S Tretbeway....
M Lacrock	
W Southern ....
C Gardener	
P Edwards	
W Southern ....
H Bulwer	
C Burton	
J McKamey ....
J Wells	
R Burton	
S Hicks	
A Gunn 	
J Gunn	
P H Parsons	
C RCulverell...
C Ellis	
J McDonald	
J Lee	
RGray	
Do    	
Do    	
E J Newton	
A N Beaton ....
S Hicks	
W Hicks	
H Morrison	
T Mackie ...	
A Gunn 	
J Gunn	
A McLean	
T Ovens	
A McLean	
A McCallum	
G A Sully	
D B McDougald.
W P McCormick
N Craig —	
W J Marsh	
M Ferguson ...
F Laclaire	
D O'Leary	
E J Thomson ...
J Burgess	
D Robertson
N J Cameron ...
J Wilson	
N J Cameron ...
D Galbraith ....
Brought forward	
XII.-PLrBLIC -WOnKS-Continued.
Boacls, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 145.—New Westminster District.—Continued.
Labour
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
m Hatzic Prairie Roads,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
York's Road to Boundary,
do
do
do
do oxen & plough 819.25,
do horses & scraper, §26,
do
Capilano Road,
do
do
do
do
as foreman, do
Mission Road,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
with team do
as foreman, freight on tools, etc., $16.97,
Scott's Road,
do '
do
do   .
do
do
do
do
do
do
with team and man,  do
do do
as foreman, do
Pitt River Road,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
with team,
do   & waggon,
as foreman, Mt. Lehman Trunk Road,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
with oxen, do
do do
as foreman, Agassiz Roads,
do do
do
do
do
Carried forward..  .
22 days i
24| „
18£ „
21i
14
20J „
14
8J „
10
4 „
7| „
Si „
Ui „
Ui „
Hi „
30
35J
35i
49
27J
6J
13|
6i
17i
3i
H
1
2i
1
9J
4
16i
67
20
20
24i
Mi
6
17
16J
13
22
22
21i
17
6i
20
25i
56
11
39£
16i
37£
24
15J
9|
2
81J
%
15|
38i
43
$2.25
2.25
2.25
2.25
2.25
2-25
2.25
2.25
2
2
2
2
2
2
2.50
2
2
2
2
2
3
2.25
2.25
2.25
2.25
2.25
2.25
2.25
2.2!
2.25
2.25
2.25
2
2
2
2
4
3
2
2
2.50
2
2
2
2
2.60
3
2
2
2
2
2
2.50
2.50
6
6.50
2.50
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
4
4
3
3
2.25
2.25
2.25
1,021 93
49 50
55 69
41 62
48 37
31 50
46 69
31 50
19 70
20 00
8 00
15 50
17 00
48 25
55 00
36 25
79 00
39 00
60 00
71 00
71 00
147 00
61 30
15 19
30 87
14 62
39 37
13 50
13 50
21 37
7 87
10 12
2 26
5 00
2 00
19 00
8 00
66 00
217 97
40 00
40 00
61 75
29 00
12 00
34 00
33 00
26 00
44 00
55 00
129 00
102 00
19 50
40 00
51 00
12 00
57 00
70 00
87 50
22 50
183 00
58 50
140 00
22 00
79 00
32 50
7 00
5 50
75 00
48 00
31 50
38 00
8 00
243 75
28 50
35 43
86 05
96 74
4,745 15
47,163 06 122
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
G Galbraith .
Do
J Sabiston	
W Moffit	
H White	
D Robertson....
Do
N J Cameron ...
JBurkitt	
P C Cameron .   .
J Dunlop	
J W Bigger	
J O Bigger	
A Brockie	
A Campbell	
R T Bigger	
T Bigger	
A Campbell	
J Francis	
James Brown ...
W C Jones 	
B Haines	
J Haines, Sr....
Do
J Haines, Jr....
J G Howes .  .  .
J Hounsome....
W Barrett	
J Goosbray	
WCottell	
R Shortreed	
P Jackman .   ...
Do 	
A Teuber	
H D Morrison...
J A Morrison ...
M Morrison	
Do 	
N Craig	
G Boyle	
G Proud	
W Partridge	
D McCormick...
H Abercrombie .
B Murphy	
R Angus	
R Trounner	
D Ford	
G Pinchbeck....
G Gibbard	
A Teuber	
J R Wren	
D McRae	
J McLean ,	
J P Alport	
R Pollard	
R Robb	
TH Cudlip	
H J Goater	
A Ritchie	
E Dahack 	
J A Pybas	
R Braden	
J Flannagan	
Do
S S South	
W Russell, Sr...
A Boley	
H Johnson 	
S G Chapman...
J Marshall	
W Russell, Jr...
RGray, Sr	
Do       	
R Gray, Jr	
Brought forward	
XII—PUBLIC WOEKS— Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 145.--New Westminster District.—Continued,
our on
Agassiz Roads,
38}
do
do
44
do
do
27|
do
do
6
do
do
6
do
do
3*
do
with team,
do
60*
do
do
do
m
do
do
do
m
do
Bigger's Road,
14A
do
do
12*
do
do
20i
do
do
20*
do
do
10*
do
do
3*
do
with team,
do
174
do
as foreman,
do
20*
do
Hall's Prairie Road
22+
do
do
26J
do
as foreman,
do
33*,
do
<ln
do
as foreman, Shortreed's to Boundary Line,
22
do
do
•H
do
do
22
do
do
22
do
do
m
do
do
13*
do
Walker Trail,
10*
do
do
9*
do
do
2*
do
do
3
do
as foreman
do
18
do
with team,
do
12
do
Morrison Road,
6
do
do
5
do
do
5
do
do
1*
do
as foreman,
do
6
do
Craig and Marsh's Road,
23
do
do
14
do
Abercrombie Road,
19
do
do
11
do
do
7
do
do
oxen,$8
7
do
do
13*,
do
do
.>      6
3
do
do
19f
do
do
14f
do
do
6
do
do
oxen, 85
5
do
do
2»jf
do
as foreman
do
24
do
North Road,
3
do
do
1
do
Robb and Pollard's
Road,
16*
do
do
16*
do
do
17
do
Hastings Road,
93
do
do
90*
do
Warnock Road,
38*
do
do
26
do
do
2
do
do
15
do
do
10
do
with team,
do
24
do
Wells' Landing,
H
do
as foreman
Akerman's Ed.use of plough 84
,10
do
do
«i
do
do
6
do
do
3
do
do            team, $2,
7
de
with team,
do
10
do
Kirkland Road,
7
do
as foreman
do
7
do
do
7
2.25
2.25
2.25
5.50
5.50
3
2
2
2
5
2.50
2
2
2.50
2.50
3
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2.50
4.50
2
2
2
2
2.50
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2.50
2
2
2
2
2
2.60
2
2
2
2
2
2
4
2.25
2.50
2
2
2
2
4
6
2.50
2
Carried forward.
195 16
4,745 15
87 18
82 50
54 60
13 50
13 50
7 87
276 37
108 62
43 50
29 00
25 00
41 00
41 00
21 00
7 00
86 25
52 25
44 50
52 50
83 75
19 25
55 00
16 50
44 00
44 00
13 50
27 00
21 00
19 00
5 00
6 00
45 00
54 00
12 00
10 00
10 00
3 00
15 00
46 00
28 00
38 00
22 00
14 00
22 00
27 00
12 00
39 50
29 50
12 00
15 00
41 50
60 00
6 00
2 00
33 00
33 00
34 00
232 50
181 00
77 00
50 00
4 00
30 00
20 00
96 00
10 12
29 00
17 00
10 00
6 00
16 00
40 00
42 00
17 50
14 00
47,163 06
195 15
7,741 81
47,163 06 55 Vict.        Public Accouvrs, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
123
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$  cts.
$   cts.
$  cts.
J C Ellis	
J A McDonald .
J P Smith	
J Smith	
J B Smith	
John Smith...
C Mclnnes .. ■
N Beaton ....
R Mclnnes ...
R Mclnnes
Joseph Rinn..
Do
J McTaggart...
D Murray ....
J Rinn	
R Finlayson ..
M Matheson ..
W J Marsh ...
HK Phillips..
E White	
H White	
J Rea	
J Gunn	
A Mackie	
A McLean ....
J Gill	
T Mackie	
R McMullin...
J Pierce 	
J Rea	
C Burton ......
J Saint	
R McMullin...
JGault	
J McDonald ..
W Hall	
J Johnson....
W Murray	
Do
D Docksteader
J Murray.....
D Finlayson ..
J Shortreed...
S Edge	
A Beaton	
Archie Beaton
A Steel	
K Beaton	
S B Abra	
F Burgoyne ..
T H Cudlip . ..
H J Goater ...
J Murray	
W R Austin ..
M Nicholson ..
E White	
D O'Leary	
H R Phillips..
A Dion	
J Flint	
L McCann	
W J Proud ...
W Hicks	
E H Hicks....
G Mouldey ...
P McMillan ...
J Finley	
K Beaton	
J McDonald ..
W Hall	
D McMillan...
C F Sprott . -.
Do
M W Kirby ...
A Shields	
P Bourque ...
Brought forward	
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS .—Continued,
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 145.—New Westminster District.— Continued.
Labour
>n
Kirkland Road,
7 days @ $2
do
do
7
2
do
Townships 7 and 10 Roads,
42}       ,
2
do
do
28J       ,
2
do
do
28i
2
do
do
24
2
do
do
18 9-10 ,
2
do
do
16i
,       2
do
do
8i
2
do
with team,
do
13i       ,
6
do
do
Rinn's Road,
3
5
do
as foreman,
do
18
2.50
do
do
Mi       ■
,       2
do
do
HI        ,
2
do
do
21*        ,
2
do
do
Hi     ,
2
do
do
16
2
do
do
21}
2
do
Phillips and White's Road,
19         ,
2
do
do
19
2
do
do
2
2
do
as foreman,
North Arm Road,
65i       ,
2.5C
do
do
1*
3.5C
do
do
23
2.25
do
do
25
,        2.25
do
do
25
,        2.26
do
do
3*       ,
,        2.25
do
do
39i
2
do
do
25
2.25
do
with team,
do
3i
>        6
do
do
do
«i     ,
6
do
do
l»i     ,
2
do
do
23
2
do
McLaren & Ross Road,
28
2.26
do
do
18i       ,
,        2.25
do
do
31i       ,
2.25
do
do
2
2.25
do
as foreman
Lillooet Bridge, Maple Ridge,
31
3.50
do
with team,
do         freight $10.75
5         ,
6
do
do
do         bolts $22,
81        ,
6
do
do   use of screw $3.25, 6*
3
do
do
l«i      ,
3
do
do
23i
3
do
do
l»i      .
3
do
as foreman
do                 nails $1,
12 4-5   ,
2.50
do
do    use of horse $3,
12
2
do
do
n   ,
2
do
do
11   ,
2
do
do
3
2
do
with oxen,
do
1          ,
>        6
do
as foreman
Port Moody Road,
63
2.50
do
do
50
2
do
do
3
2
do
do
BJ
6
do
as foreman
Nicholson R'd, use of team $6
>   6
2.50
do
do
6
2
do
do
4
2
do
do
*h      ,
2
do
E. side of Mount'n, Hatzic Pr'ie
,40
,        2.50
do
as foreman
Coquitlam & Pitt Meadows R.,
105         ,
,       2.50
do
do
23
2
do
do
38
,        2
do
do
62
2
do
do
16
2
do
do
2
2
do
as foreman,
Seym'r C'k & Lynn R., hooks $3, 33
3
do
do
25
2
do
do
9         ,
2
do
do
16
2
do
do
15
2
do
do
3
2
do
as foreman
Road north of boundary,
10
2.50
do
with team,
do
1
6
do
do
71      ,
2
do
do
16}
2
do
do
Carried forward...
10
2
195 15
7,741 81
14 00
14 00
85 00
67 00
56 50
48 00
37 75
32 50
17 00
66 25
16 00
45 00
28 50
23 50
43 00
23 00
32 00
43 50
38 00
38 00
4 00
163 75
49 00
51 75
56 26
56 25
7 87
79 00
56 25
17 50
39 00
37 00
46 00
63 00
41 00
70 85
4 50
108 50
40 75
71 50
22 75
55 50
70 50
46 50
33 00
27 00
14 50
14 50
6 00
5 00
157 50
100 00
6 00
32 00
21 00
12 00
8 00
9 00
100 00
262 50
46 00
76 00
124 00
32 00
4 00
102 00
50 00
18 00
32 00
30 00
6 00
25 00
6 00
15 50
33 50
47,163 06
20 00
195 15
11,186 28
47,163 06 124
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE,
Arrears.
$  cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
A J Armand	
A Somers	
R Steward	
A Erson	
M A Smith	
A Anderson	
H Fieldings	
S Fieldings	
R Fieldings	
C H Walworth	
Do 	
A Mennell 	
A McLennan 	
J Germain	
N McLennan 	
D Rainey	
H L Miller	
H G Miller	
J E Murchison	
A Keirstead	
B Watkins	
C C Cameron	
J Musselwhite	
J D Gillanders     .
EDell	
S McDonald	
G Newton	
H Kells	
A J Gordon	
C Greer	
W J Robinson	
T Chester	
J 0 Manzer	
A Legace	
F White	
R Thomson	
G Oliver	
A Cruickshank	
T W Graham	
H Hyde	
G Powell	
J Sprott	
RC P Mills Co	
Brunette SM Co	
A J Bovill	
Str Gladys	
Str Fairy Queen	
Campbell & Anderson
T J Trapp & Co	
SClay	
Reid & Currie   	
Ridded & Davidson ..
E Probert	
T Ovens	
W & G Wolfenden ...
WMcColl	
Mathers & Milligan ..
J D Rae	
W Beavis	
T Ovens	
J Gunn	
J McRorie	
RGray	
W H Dingle	
J Sherlock	
J Kidd	
R Nicholl	
J Gunn	
A Gunn	
J R Verschoyle	
N Sandell	
J Edwards	
H Morrison	
A Joyce 	
G Bent	
J F Boothroyd	
W E Dickinson	
Gilley Bros 	
J Marchison	
Brought forward	
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS— Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 145.—New Westminster District —Concluded.
Labour as foreman, ButchardR.,powder $2.70,
22£ days (
22$
6
6
11*
8
16|
16|
16
15i
10i
s-2.,M)
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
4
2
2
2
2
2
2.25
2.25
7
2
2
2
2
do do
do do
do Walworth Road,
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do       with team, do
do Germain Road, Chilliwhack.
do do
do do
do do
do do
do Nicomen I'd Roads, team $3.35
do do    cedar posts $20, 6
do       with team,   Yale Road, \
do do 14}
do do 9f
do do 9
do Upper Sumas Road, \\
Contribution towards construction of Hope Slough Dyke
Building two bridges near Warnock	
do do       & opening portion of Nicomen Id. Roads, per contr't
do       bridge, Newton Road, per contract	
do do     Latimer Road, do 	
Labour on construction of Clover Valley Road, per contract....
do       Mount Lehman Road, per contract	
do do do    	
do       Skinner's Road, do 	
do do do 	
do       Hatzic Prairie	
do       McLennan's Road	
Compensation for damage to fruit trees in construction of road.
Gravelling Main Trunk Road, Delta Municipality, per contract.
do       Sumas Trunk Road, per contract	
Cutting out road, Township 11, Langley	
do do do        	
do do do        	
Expenses laying out and inspecting roads	
Lumber, etc., for bridges	
do do       	
do do       	
Freight on lumber	
do       hay, etc	
Tools, etc..	
do       	
do       	
do       	
do       	
do       	
Hinges for gate	
Tents, etc	
do       	
Hay aud grain	
Bran	
Repairing tools, etc	
do 	
Paid for tools, etc	
Removing fallen timber, North Arm Road	
Scott's Road.
Aldergrove   	
do 	
do 	
do 	
North Arm Trail	
do 	
Yale Road    .
do       	
do       	
North Road Bridge to McGee's	
Supplying metal for roads    .
Repairs to bridges	
do 	
Moving camp   	
Hauling hay	
Buggy hire for Road Superintendent laying off work on Trunk Road.
Carried forward.
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
11,186 28
59 50
45 00
45 50
37 00
12 00
12 00
1 00
6 00
4 00
23 00
32 00
33 50
33 50
32 00
30 50
20 50
17 97
33 50
3 50
29 00
19 50
18 00
3 00
500 00
223 00
340 00
50 00
240 00
150 00
92 00
18 00
65 00
273 50
62 55
18 00
50 00
1,000 00
400 20
50 00
50 00
50 00
340 30
331 65
22 20
37 52
2 00
13 00
131 26
57 88
32 20
32 48
7 85
4 75
5 25
38 80
28 25
46 52
17 00
10 55
38 70
33 45
4 50
23 00
3 00
6 00
6 00
3 00
36 00
30 00
2 00
1 00
3 00
13 50
11 08
5 00
23 22
13 00
4 00
10 00
16,798 91 55 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
125
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$  cts.
$  cts
Pay Lists	
W W Shaw	
L J Goodchap	
L Kirkpatrick	
C O'Keefe   	
R McCarren	
C L McCarren	
E James	
T Johnstone	
W Edwards	
J Schofleld	
M McCuaig	
J Mackie	
W Kelly 	
E Hassard	
W J Meighan ...  	
L Norris	
R Carefoot	
W Powell	
G Wallace	
J McDougall	
T Herron	
D Nicholson	
A Lefevre	
N McDonald	
D Nicholson	
A Swan	
H R Lowe	
PH Symon	
H W Wright       	
W Bailey	
A McBryanl	
N McDonald	
J Bassett	
D Nicholson	
T Heathcote  	
A D Worgan      	
W M Roy	
J J Wilson	
P Kenny 	
Do      	
W Bailey	
C Ashton	
W IIearn	
D McArthur	
J Lobb	
M Pickering-	
J Lobb	
N McPhee	
T Dimsdale	
G Cavenagh   	
T Stevenson   	
E Robinson	
R S Hall 	
J Barber	
E G Prior & Co	
T Daley	
W T Thomson	
Blair & Co	
W F Cameron	
Lequime Bros	
E C Cargill & Co	
J Moffatt	
D Nicholson  	
A E Howse	
Hudson Bay Co	
O Harvey 	
A Coutlie	
A B Buie	
Jas Wardle	
W Bristol	
R Charters	
H Hunter	
H Shultz	
Schneider & McDonald
Brought forward	
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS.- Continued.
Koads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—C'<mtiM.«ed.
Vote No. 146.~Yale District.
Labourers on District Koads.
Labour with team,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do   with team,
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Salmon Arm Road	
Enderby to the Meadows,
Okanagan Lake Trail,
West side of Swan Lake,
Kettle River Trails,
do
Okanagan Trail,
Inkcamp Road,
do
do
do
Deep Creek and Enderby K<
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
bet. Lequime's & Okanagan School,
as foreman,
do
do
do
do
do
24
25
11
10
15
15
14
15
15
id, 5}
49£
27
30|
3lJ
6
*h
15*
10
1
15
9
3
3
2i
1
4
31
i days <g> S2.50
2.
2.50
8
3
3
3
3
3
3
2.50
5
5
5
5
5
5
2.50
5
do
do
do
do
do
Tulameen Bridge,
do
do
Okanagan and Spallumeheen Road,
Cherry Creek Road,
with team,   district roads	
Okanagan Mission Road,
do
do do
as foreman, Spallumeheen R. Sleigh Road,
Long Lake Creek Bridge,
Boundary Creek Trail,
Dog Lake Road,
White Valley Road,
School-House Road,
do 0        „
Spallumeheen River Road, per agreement
Deep Creek Hill, 9
do 6
South Thompson Road,
Kamloops Bridge,
do
Services as watchman, Thompson River Bridge,
Removing drift-wood, do
do Nicola Bridge	
Removing fallen timber, Penticton Trail	
do do 	
do Enderby Road	
do Grand Prairie Road...
Tools, etc	
do
2.50
4
2.511
2.50
24
5
26
5
1
6
3
2
4
5
1
2.50
2.50
4
3
3
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
12 months @ 10
do       	
do       	
do       	
do       	
do       ....:	
do       	
do       	
do       	
do       	
do 	
do       	
do       	
do       	
do       	
do       	
do       	
Repairing tools, etc.
do
Carried forward.
10,383 86
19 00
200 00
60 00
62 50
33 00
30 00
45 00
45 00
42 00
45 00
45 00
13 75
247 50
135 00
153 75
156 25
30 00
22 50
38 75
50 00
5 00
75 00
45 00
7 60
12 00
7 50
7 50
3 00
10 00
77 50
21 60
60 00
12 50
104 00
15 00
2 50
18 00
9 00
5 00
10 00
15 00
241 12
22 50
15 00
12 50
2 00
3 75
120 00
2 50
10 00
20 00
50 00
6 00
15 00
40 39
46 25
54 52
19 52
36 24
28 00
19 30
15 50
11 00
14 68
4 95
2 55
11 00
2 40
1 25
2 50
1 41
1 00
93 00
29 50
13,334 69
1,961 97
63,961 97 126
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$  cts.
GP Raven	
Lambly Bros	
W Riley	
R O'Rourke	
A Derby	
C Willard	
C E Davidson	
T Hornby	
A Campbell	
D Nicholson	
RE Smith	
L Girouard	
B C Express Co. ..
D Graham	
Blair & Co	
J Todd	
L D Loring	
P Bosette	
Kirby & Car den   .
Mitchell & Smyth.
G Schubert	
F Martin	
S Moore  	
EH Wood	
J Castillon	
D Graham	
W J Roper	
A Noble  	
A E Howse	
C Willard	
C O'Keefe	
E O'Rourke   	
R Scott	
T Bulman	
A MeGlashan	
T Manson	
D McAuley	
J Pringle	
W Seely	
Cargill & Co	
H Bostock	
Indian Mike	
Do   Tipola	
O Shae 	
J F Smith	
F Heathcote 	
Indian Jack   	
T Bulman	
A Gordon	
F Martin	
J T Edwards	
A J Hautier	
R Angus 	
Indian Jimmy
A Stevenson	
G Loney	
J J McBride	
CAR Lambly
L Christian	
W G Bristol	
D Nicholson	
CPR	
T Cashley	
R E Woods	
A B Ferguson
W R Megaw	
R Frayne	
Indian Bob	
C Christian	
J Schubert	
J VKnowff	
Jackson's Ferry.
Clark &Co	
Woods & Tunstall
Do
Brought forward	
XII.-PUBLIC VfOKKS.-Continued.
Koads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 146.— Yale District.—Continued.
Repairing tools, etc ..
do
do
do
Shoeing horses	
do 	
Harness for horses ...
Freight on tools, etc.
do
Freight on lumber ...
Hay, grain, etc	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Freight on grain	
Moving camp	
do 	
do 	
do       	
Hauling hay, tools, etc.
2 months @ $10.
5 months (
5
2
15.
15.
do      gravel, etc .
do     planking, etc	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Hire of horse for hauling bridge timbers
do Supt. of Roads	
do Supt. Stevenson
do do
do Supt. Lambly ...
do do
do Supt. Christian,
do Supt. Bristol,
do Supt. Nicholson,
Fares of Supt. Stevenson .
Horse hire, do 	
do do 	
do do 	
do do 	
Conveying Chief Commissioner, Lansdowne to Vernon .
do        Govt. Agent to inspect Coquihalla Bridge ..
Wintering Government team at White Valley	
Keep of do Vernon	
Conveying men and outfit, Louis Creek Trail	
Ferriage	
Powders, linseed meal, etc., for horse	
Powder, fuse, etc	
Oil and paint for Government stable	
Carried forward.
195 16 13,334 I
78 50
6 00
3 50
1 50
5 00
4 60
6 00
4 10
1 85
24 00
197 61
140 10
33 27
10 50
24 13
31 50
30 90
26 75
17 00
15 00
12 50
12 47
10 35
10 00
10 00
27 20
9 30
7 20
6 27
6 63
6 17
6 00
3 25
3 00
3 88
2 26
1 50
1 50
2 00
4 62
1 25
2 60
3 50
3 00
6 00
28 26
17 75
15 75
14 00
5 00
18 00
16 50
16 00
2 00
20 00
2 25
4 00
10 00
75 00
75 00
30 00
97 81
1 00
3 00
1 00
3 50
12 00
3 00
140 00
18 50
6 00
2 5C
3 50
6 75
24 93
14,831 74 63,961 97 55 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
127
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
XII.—PUBLIC VfOUKS-Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 146—Yale District. -Concluded.
195 15
14,831 74
157 93
11 50
50 59
10 08
3 45
138 08
65 00
25 00
10 00
200 00
260 00
250 00
60 00
9 00
6 00
64 75
102 50
82 50
63 50
540 00
11 50
8 00
3 00
5 00
4 00
1 00
3 00
75
63,961 97
do                                 	
Shuswap Milling Co.
Blair & Co	
do                      	
do                     	
L W Patten	
do                     	
do                                      	
T McK Lambly	
W W Shaw	
T McKLambly	
W H Covert   	
C Dietz	
C W Hozier	
Keeping Enderby roads open during winter	
WSwalwell	
Services as foreman in charge of pris'n'rs on District R'ds, 9 mos. @ $60
T Ellis 	
do                          Govt. Agent Dodd, inspecting Coquihalla Bridge ..
do                                    do                                 Kamloops roads	
G B Smith	
Vote. No. 147.—Bridges, Spallumeheen and. Olcanagan
Mission.
Construction of bridge over Mission Creek, Okanagan, per contract ...
do                           Spallumeheen River,                   do
16,936 87
Barnes & Morand	
1,450 00
2,730 00
136 50
4,463 87
7 60
25 00
2 50
10 00
1 25
30 00
32 50
27 50
30 00
35 00
30 00
40 00
17 50
32 50
37 50
12 50
17 50
15 00
25 00
5 50
5 00
2 50
1 26
3 00
5 00
10 00
35 94
33 80
46 00
51 50
152 09
42 82
C E Perrv	
Pay Lists	
Vote No. 14S.—lillooet District.
Labour,                             Big- Bar Road,                                 3 days @ §2.50
do                          Bridge River Trail,                   10        ,,      2.50
do                            Lillooet-Clinton Road,                 1         ,,       2.50
do                                              do                                       4         „       2.50
do                            Chadwick Road,                            \       „       2.50
do                            Empire Valley Road,                  12         „       2.50
do                            Alkali Lake Road,                      13         „       2.50
do                               Lillooet-Clinton Road,                11         ,,        2.50
do                            Trail west side of Fraser River, 12         ,,       2.50
do                                                      do                              14         „        2.50
do                                                      do                              12         „        2.50
do                            Lillooet Road,                             16         ,,       2.60
do                                          do                                           7          „        2.50
do                                       do                                      13         ,,       2.50
do                                          do                                         16          „        2.50
do                            Marble Canyon Road,                  5         ,,       2.50
do                          Cayoosh Creek Trail,                  7        ,,      2.50
do                            Hat Creek Road,                          6         ,,       2.50
do                            Pavilion Mountain Road,           10         ,,       2.50
do                            Marble Canyon Road,                   2        ,,       2.75
do                            Howe Sound Trail,                       2         „      .2.50
4,316 50
E Gott	
WLee	
W Bonn	
Do      	
H Phair	
R Terry   	
Do      	
do                     77-Mile Post	
W Abel	
RHoey	
C A Phair	
do       	
D A Stoddart	
do       	
J Haller	
do       	
J S Place	
do       	
F W Foster	
do       	
195 15
5,287 02
85,215 34 128
Public Accounts, 1st July,  1890, to SOth June, 1891.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$  cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
Harvey & Lowther
C N McLellan	
P Garrigan	
J Wren	
J Mundorf 	
H O Bowe	
E Bell	
J Martley	
W Lee    	
H Gallagher	
W Cargile   	
Marshal] & Smith .
D Hurley	
MGillen	
G S Stephenson...
J Dickey	
R Madson	
P Grinder	
W H Keatley	
R Carson	
JHaller	
DErcole	
P Grinder	
J S Place	
M L Meason	
R Hoey	
J E Moore	
H Higginbottom..
E Gott	
H O Bowe	
J Copeland .    ...
J Corlelse	
C Boyle	
W Bonn	
L Mouralot	
Indian Joe	
Do   Jimmy	
Do    Dick	
Do    James	
Do   Henry	
G Isadore	
J Marshall	
D Hurley	
W H Keatley	
J Robertson	
J Grinder	
J S Place	
J Montgomery...
R Terry   	
R Jamieson	
N Hanlon	
R Carson	
Pay Lists	
J Swan	
E Humphreys
W Strouse ...
M Y Ross	
B L Shaw
J D Ehiappini
A Isnardy
A Boulanger..
B Decamp
J Swan	
G Piekard :...
J Deacon	
W Swanson...
J Swan	
A McAlinden .
J Shaw	
P Hawley
Brought forward	
XII.-PUBLIC WOKKS.-Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharv.es.—Continued:
Vote No. 148.—lillooet District.—Concluded.
Tools, etc 	
Repairing tools, etc.
do
do
Hav, grain, etc	
do
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Moving camp, etc	
do 	
do 	
do	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Planking, etc	
do 	
Hauling paints, etc	
do       planking, etc	
Hire of horse for use of Road Superintendent	
Conveying letter from Big Bar to Watson's Bar	
do        tools,  etc	
do do       	
Construction of Cayoosh Creek Road, per contract....
Grant in aid for improving road up Bonaparte Valley.
Repairing bridge, Big Bar Creek	
Clearing out culvert, etc., Pavilion Mountain	
Vote No. 149.— Cariboo District.
Labourers on district roads..
Labour on Soda Creek Trail,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Chilcotin Roads,
do
do
do
Williams Lake Road,
Chimney Creek Road,
Baker Road,
Sunnyside Farm Road,
do
do
Hixon Creek Trail,
Soda Creek Road,
district roads,
Grouse Creek Trail,
Mosquito Creek Trail,
do
21 days
Carried forward
*i  ,
3
32£   ,
3
17
3
5
3
l*i   ■
3
28   ,
3
15
3
6
3
17
3
5   ,
3
88
3
25
3
50
3
9*
,  3.50
14
,  3.50
17
3.50
195 15
5,287 02
32 24
34 00
16 75
33 75
3 00
3 00
56 58
7 52
6 16
1 50
5 22
27 00
27 00
13 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
6 50
2 00
2 00
4 Oo
8 50
32 60
6 50
4 00
5 00
5 00
16 50
7 50
5 00
5 00
9 50
21 50
10 00
1 50
4 50
5 00
11 00
10 00
2 50
16 60
52 92
1 00
35 00
28 00
2 50
3 00
1 00
1,950 00
200 00
3 00
5 00
85,215 34
8,038 66
4,576 69
63 0C
13 5(
97 6C
61 0C
15 0(
43 5(
84 00
45 0(
18 0(
51 0(
15 0(
264 0(
75 0(
160 0(
33 25
49 0C
69 5C
195 16
5,703 94
93,254 00 55 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 189i.
129
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$     cts.
$   ets.
$   cts.
S J Sincock	
W Barker	
K McLeod	
F M J Bercher..
F McKenny	
Indian Charlie..
R Borland	
E Perkins	
C Laronde	
W Polleys	
ODarpentigny..
W Lynn 	
A McArthur	
J Reid	
J Ford	
PCDunlevy....
Vieth & Borland
Eagle & Paxton.
J Mason	
S A Rogers	
F Littler	
W Wormald
A Isnardy	
Eagle & Paxton.
W Pinchbeck ...
J Mason	
W Ellis.'	
FGuy..	
S Downes & Co..
A D Mclnnes ...
OT Hahce	
J T Mayor	
RMcLeese	
Vieth & Borland
P C Dunlevy ...
A Isnardy	
J Boyd 	
S A Rogers	
Ah Hong	
E Boucher	
A McNaughton .
H Watt	
J Bowron   	
F English	
JMcKin	
T Meldrum	
Indian Sam	
Vieth *fc Borland	
EMetealf	
E Driver	
J Mitchell	
Indian Low	
H Cross	
G Mulligan	
J Porter	
Calbreath, Grant & Cook
Pay Lists	
J Kirkup	
H Ross	
J O'Neil	
W M Glover .
G Terryberry
O Barre   ..   .
H Blair	
E Stewart ...
Brought forward	
XII.-PUBLIC WOUKS.-Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 149.—Cariboo  District.—Concluded.
5 days i
Hi       „
4
75
Labour on Sugar Creek Trail,
do        Donavan's Trail,
do       Burr Lake Road,
do       Chilcotin Road, with team,
do       Barkerville Road,
Removing fallen timber, Soda Creek Trail	
do and repairs, Omineca Trail	
do do Lightning Creek Trail .
do Quesnelle and Hixon Creek Trails .
do do Keithley Creek Trails
Lumber, etc., for bridges	
do 	
Repairing tools, etc	
Tools, etc	
do
PH.r.n
3.50
3.50
6
2
do
do
do
do
do
Keeping trail bet. Antler & Snowshoe Creeks clear and in repair dur'g 1
do        near Beaver Pass clear of fallen timber	
Making approach to Fraser River at Chimney Creek, per contract..
Wintering horse, etc	
Meals, bed, and keep of horse for Superintendent of Roads 	
do do do 	
do do do 	
do do do 	
do do do 	
do do do 	
do do do 	
do do do 	
do do do 	
do do do 	
do do do 	
do do do 	
do do do 	
do do do 	
Ferriage over Fraser River, do 	
do do 	
Stamps, do 	
Horse hire for Government Agent Bowron, inspecting roads    ..
Travelling expenses of do re district roads	
Ferrying horse, cart and men across Fraser River	
Moving camp	
do 	
Making 6 miles of trail between Alexandria and Beaver Lake	
Vote No, 150 —Cassiar District.
Removing fallen timber, cord'oy'g & renewing bridges, Hazelton Tr'l
do Telegraph Creek Trail	
do McDame Creek Trail	
do do 	
do do 	
Labour on Telegraph Creek Trail	
do do 	
do       Thibert Creek Trail	
Paid for labour do 	
Vote No. 151.—Kootenay District.
Labourers on district roads	
Labour on Big Bend Trail,
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do       Toad Mountain Road,
do       Trail Creek,
Carried forward
17 days @ S3
34
3
21*
3
10
3
3   ,
,  3
1*
3
28
,  3
139   ,
3
748 15
5,703 94
17 50
50 0C
14 00
9 00
150 00
10 00
100 00
45 5C
50 0C
18 0C
73 65
59 4C
42 50
35 75
13 50
6 00
41 31
11 25
26 60
37 95
42 00
15 00
35 00
30 50
6 00
10 50
6 60
5 50
19 25
10 00
4 00
9 00
26 50
30 69
3 00
2 00
6 00
13 25
1 00
2 00
3 00
6 00
63 60
5 00
14 00
6 00
100 00
600 00
500 00
8 00
20 00
6 00
9 00
8 00
15 00
15 00
5 00
16 00
16 00
16 00
15 00
8,921 22
51 00
102 00
64 50
30 00
9 00
4 50
84 00
41 00
9,307 22
93,254 00
6,991 04
593 00 130
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   ets.
$  cts.
T Duffy	
G Cowan	
J H Langrell	
B Green   	
A J Strand	
P Lambert	
Do        	
E Frederick	
S Brewer	
N Hanson	
R E Dewar	
E Paginn	
C Copeland	
SMcGee	
TTrethway	
W Dainard	
J White	
WGBott	
E Paginn	
P Quirk	
J Young	
W A Skinner	
O Barre	
F P Armstrong	
W Tegart    .
W Rosamond	
M Goodridge	
J C Green	
J Legace	
W Fernie	
G McMillan	
T Jones	
G Heffner	
H C Pollock	
F M Wells	
R W Yuill	
J Liberty	
E Thomas	
J Young	
J F Hume & Co	
R Brownrigg	
Green Bros	
Fletcher* Co	
A D Wheeler	
Krao Mining Co	
F McGovern	
Durick & Warren ....
F J Brady & Co	
M B Lang	
D Griffiths	
G A Bigelow	
J C Steen	
T Barrett	
Indian Michael	
J Wilson	
Cook & Hover	
S Brewer	
R Brownrigg	
J T Galbraith & Bros
M B Lang	
G Cowan	
Dainard & Co	
J F Hume & Co	
J Wilson	
G A Bigelow	
M S Davys	
Hill Bros	
A Bunker	
Cook & Hover	
G A Buchanan	
T B Lewis	
Hill Bros	
G McMillan	
CPRCo	
C Parker	
Brought forward	
XII.-PUBLIC WOKKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued
Vote No. 151.—Kootenay District.—Continued.
Labour on Trail Creek,
Fort Steele Trail,
Albert Canyon Trail,
do
do
Jubilee Trail, as foreman,
do
do
road near Wasa Saw-mill,
do
Weaver Creek Trail,
bridge at Grohman,
Carbonate Trail,
do
do
do
do
do
team, $32.25;
3 days
16
12
11
11
team $30,
team $10,
team $7.50,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Tools, etc
do     	
do     	
do     	
do     	
do     	
do     	
do     	
do     	
do     	
do     	
do     	
do     	
Repairing tools, etc	
Hauling tools, etc	
do      timber	
do do    	
Meals, bed, and horse feed, 0. G. Dennis, inspecting roads.
(foreman) hire of horses, $49:
Wild Horse Creek Trail,
Sheep Creek Trail,
do
Revelstoke Road,
do
Windermere Road,
do
Toby Creek Trail,
Eugene Mission,
Golden,
Findlay Creek Road,
Crow's Nest Pass Trail,
Waggon Road,
Spallumeheen Bridge,
do team $3.50,
do conveying tools $6,
do (foreman)
Toad Mountain Bridges, do
Revelstoke to C.P.R. Station, with team.
do do
Sheep Creek Road, do
12
12
3
2
4
4
22
11
Hi
22i
14
14
12
19
22
3
2*
48
26
10
1
3
3
17
20
14
1
14
18
27
30
do
do
do
do
do
do
$3
3
3
3
3
3
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.60
4
2.50
2.50
2.
2.60
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.60
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.60
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
3.50
4
7
6
6
15 days @ $10
do
Horse hire, do
Provisions, etc., Gold Comm'r A. P. Cummins,
do do
Horse hire, etc., do
Provisions for survey party, Nelson and Toad Mountain Road
do do do
do do do
Services as surveyor, do
Making patterns for bridge work, do
Construction of do
Moving camp, etc., do
Lumber for building bridges, etc., do 	
Payment in full of contract, do ....
Making plans and specifications for bridge, Nelson	
Construction of temporary bridge at Golden	
Labour and materials, re-building scows for Slocan Ferry	
Balance due on contract, building road, Fort Steele to Fish Lakes
Carried forward	
per contract
9,307 22
125 00
9 00
48 00
36 00
33 00
33 00
119 25
30 00
30 00
7 50
5 00
10 00
10 00
66 00
27 50
28 75
56 25
36 25
105 00
30 00
47 50
56 00
7 50
6 26
160 00
76 00
25 00
2 50
15 00
7 60
42 60
50 00
35 00
6 00
. 41 00
63 00
108 00
31 60
3 00
180 00
136 05
5 00
22 43
217 21
168 40
62 56
6 46
30 42
21 00
36 35
14 00
7 40
2 00
18 25
8 00
11 00
38 00
6 00
4 50
1 00
11 76
4 00
30 00
34 65
11 57
41 43
150 00
3 50
999 0C
26 00
160 0C
2,161 76
5 0C
30 00
331 66
125 00
873 15 15,898 21 100,838 04 55 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
131
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$  cts.
$    Cts.
Brought forward
XTI.--PUBLTC WORKS -Contim
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—
Vote No.   151.—Kootenay   District.—
Building bridge over St. Mary's River, per contract.
873 16
15,898 21
1,500 00
7 60
15 00
51 25
26 00
10 00
9 00
8 50
1 50
100,838 04
ied..
Continued.
Concluded.
E White	
Protecting Upper Kootenay Bridge during high water, 20^ d. @ §2.50 .
T M Ward	
Hire of sleigh and driver, re bridge at Carbonate Cre
Vote No. 152.~Main Trunlc R
Salary as Road Superintendent on upper Sections,
do                         do                 on lower Sections,
Allowance for horse hire,
Labour on roads,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do              with team,
do
lad.
12 months @ $150
12        „             150
2        „               10
17,525 96
1,800 00
1,800 00
20 00
13,446 34
126 00
9 00
6 06
63 00
30 00
37 50
20 00
2 50
12 50
55 00
7 50
7 50
7 60
10 00
35 00
22 50
2 50
3 00
17 60
21 00
22 75
14 00
29 75
15 76
1 50
32 50
42 62
41 49
21 65
38 60
16 75
21 75
4 00
76 72
142 88
104 00
46 90
14 25
1 00
85 00
3 00
3 00
27 25
9 00
23 73
111 37
1 25
1 00
2 00
6 00
2 00
2 00
1 00
1 00
29 80
121 87
126 38
Do         	
42 days @ $3
3         „       3
2 „       3
21 „       3
10         „        3
15         ,,       2.50
8 ,,        2.50
1          ,,        2.50
5         „        2.50
22 ,,       2.50
3 „        2.60
3         „        2.60
3 „        2.50
4 „        2.50
14         „        2.50
9 ,,        2.50
1          „        2.50
1 1-5   „       2.50
5 „        2.50
6 „        3.50
6J       „        3.50
4          ,,        3.50
Si       „        3.50
4|       „       3.50
T Maxwell	
J Moffat	
R Blain	
J B Quinn	
H Felker	
R L Shaw	
PTitman	
T P Reed	
S A Tanglev	
II S Timon	
JLB McLean	
B Snow	
Indian Tipola	
W Ellis	
Wood & Tunstall	
do                            	
do                             	
Vieth & Borland	
do                                  	
W F Allen	
do
R Collins	
do             	
W Ahel	
do                                  	
do
F W Foster	
do              	
E Bell	
do
J Pollard	
do              	
do                                   	
W Boyd	
do
J Wright	
do              	
do                                                           	
do
Selby & McGrath	
do                                   	
do
Cusson & Desamanth	
do              	
A Kelly	
do                                                                                    	
do                           	
do                              	
do              	
E McGrath	
do             	
do                              	
do                          	
do                .                        	
D D Cullan	
do             	
do             	
S Downes	
do                                                  	
S H Bohannon ....  	
do              	
do
Carried forward
873 15
18,807 41
118,364,00 132
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
$  cts.
J Boyd	
B Dechamp	
W Walker	
B C Express Co	
P Morens    .
P Audop 	
J Reid	
S E Ferguson	
Wood & Tunstall ..
L Howson	
N Black	
P C Dunlevy	
R MeLeese	
W Allan	
D A Stoddart	
EBelL	
W H Dodd	
W Saunders	
R M Woodward	
F W Foster	
J Reid	
A B Buie	
J Mason	
W Robertson	
Hudson Bay Co.   ..
J Murray	
Nicholles & Renouf
A Clemis	
O Harvey	
R A Collins	
A McArtlmr	
G Johnston	
CNMcLellan	
W Morrison	
J B Uren	
J Murray	
H Blackford	
J Peebles	
A McDonald	
J Lehman	
R Clarke	
CPR	
Indian Jack 	
S Robbins	
R Clarke	
J Ford	
R A Collins	
Reid & Johnston..,
R Heath	
Vieth & Borland ...
D Ashworth	
W Lyne	
A E Howse	
Bligh & Lyne	
C Nelson	
E Deslorier	
H Parsons	
Indian Sam	
Do   Joe	
J Robertson	
Indian [Charley	
A Clemis	
T Burton	
W Sheppard	
PC Dunlevy	
A D Mclnnes	
S Downes	
CPRCo	
B C Express Co. ...
Do
CPRCo	
CPNCo	
W Rockett	
H Moffatt	
J Montgomery	
Hay, grain, etc .
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Tools, etc	
do      	
Brought forward....  	
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS-Continued.
Koads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.— Contimied.
Vote No. 152.—Main Trunk Poad.—Continued.
do       	
do       	
do       	
do       	
do       	
do       	
do       	
do       	
do       	
do       	
do       	
do 	
do       	
do       	
do       	
do       	
do       	
do       	
do       	
Nails, etc	
Repairing tools, etc	
do       	
do       	
do       	
do       	
do      	
do      	
do      	
do      	
do      	
Carriage of tools	
Freight on lumber, tools, etc.
Hauling grain, etc	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Lumber	
do       	
do 	
do       	
do       	
do       	
do
Hauling lumber	
do 	
do 	
do  -	
Moving camp   	
do 	
Hire of horse for Superintendent of Roads	
do do 	
do do 	
do do 	
do do 	
Meals, bed, and horse feed for Supt. St. Laurent	
do do	
do do 	
Fares, etc., for foreman and road superintendent	
Fare of W. V. Bowron to bring up road cart	
do   Foreman Rockett, Ashcroft to Quesnelle, and return	
do do do Vancouver	
do Jo Vancouver to Victoria	
Examining and repairing Quesnelle Bridge and reporting on same
Repairing road with team of 3 horses, between Cottonwood & Stanley
do near Yale	
Carried forward.
873 15
109 68
3 25
4 30
22 65
8 00
20 00
13 06
2 50
38 50
2 50
1 75
100 79
14 60
5 50
21 50
15 00
23 85
50 00
8 30
101 69
123 04
20 00
101 85
36 03
65 33
10 15
44 50
6 00
1 25
7 25
112 00
6 60
55 75
36 50
69 75
2 50
24 25
46 OO
5 00
3 20
1 50
214 90
13 00
11 00
1 50
5 00
16 88
44 28
5 00
35 30
74 00
70 82
26 90
7 00
3 00
30 00
4 00
10 00
10 00
22 00
1 50
1 00
10 00
1 00
3 25
6 00
7 50
84 55
8 00
74 00
10 25
3 00
212 60
150 00
3 00
21,326 28 118,364 00 55 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
133
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$  cts.
$  cts.
$   cts
WL Flood	
F Hoar	
C Moier	
PC Dunlevy	
W Fearn	
W Boyd	
J McLeod	
M Davis	
W Lyne 	
Indian Beeps .:....
P Parke	
H Moffatt	
N Black	
E G Prior & Co.;....
Albion Iron Works,
CPR Co	
F Harris	
Postmaster, Clinton
A B Bird	
J E Bowron ...'	
F W Foster :	
C PNCo	
Oriental Hotel.	
E McGrath	
T Wathen	
J McKinlay.   .. I	
B A Johnston .:.	
E Deslorier	
Indian Kamo	
Pay Lists..   .......
J Gray	
R S Cavin	
T Elliott	
W Sayward.,..,...
Nicholles & Renouf
J Doran	
W H Snider
W Healey ..
C W Blaney
Pay Lists....
W Armstrong
E Williams ..
F P Saunders
W Armstrong
J Lowrey	
G Plummer..
G Kerr	
R Dunsmore..
M Goulding ..
A Joyce	
R W Parsons .
R C P Mills Co
Brought forward.
873 15
XII—PUBLIC V,QB,K8.~Contimied.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—ConUnued.
Vote No. 152.—Main Trunk. Road.— Concluded.
Repairing Emory Creek hill, as per agreement  	
do near Reduction Works	
do Gordon Creek	
do Soda Creek and Collins' Mill	
Repairing bridges, Cache Creek and Ashcroft	
Putting in culvert	
do	
do 	
Re-covering Morgan Creek Bridge	
Water supplied to sluice gravel for road, Soda C'k Bridge, 51£ d. @§2.50
Makin £ mile of waggon road near Ashcroft, per contract	
Keeping road open between Barkerville & Cottonwood—Winter 1890-91
Painting- cables and hanging guys, Alexandria Bridge	
Two dump carts	
Pile-driver hammer   	
Freight on    do       	
Two sets of dump cart harness	
Stamps for use of Supt. of Roads	
do do 	
Messages to and from   do 	
Blankets, etc., for horse	
Passage for Supt. Stevenson, Vancouver to Victoria & return $5, meals 82
Meals, etc.,       do 	
Removing rock slide from Nicola Road	
Clearing ice from 51-Mile Creek Bridge	
do do 	
Wintering 3 horses, 1889-90	
Use of cart horse, Slough Creek Road,                              66 days @ $1.50
Hire of horse for Government Agent Bowron, inspecting roads	
Vote No. 153.— Victoria and Fsquimalt Trunk Road
Labourers on road	
Labour with horse and cart,
do
Laying planking on sidewalk, Esquimalt Road	
Lumber for do do        	
Nails for sidewalk	
Compensation for damage to property caused by blasting
8 days @ $4
15
Vote No. 154.— Victoria-Nanaimo Trunk Road,
Repairing Goldstream and Cowichan part of Trunk Road, per contract
Labour on road from Sooke Lake to Leech River	
Removing fallen timber, near Chemainus	
Vote No. 155.—Nanaimo-Alberni Trunk Road.
Labourers on road	
Removing fallen timber	
do	
Tools, etc	
Conveying Road Inspector from French Creek to Nanaimo and return.
Repairing tools	
Moving camp	
Vote No. 156.—New Westminster-Vancouver Trtink Road
Labour on road,
do
do
do
do              with team,
Lumber for bridges	
freight, S3;
Carried forward.
234J days @ *2
1
2
36i  „
2
46 4-9 ,,
2
30
6
120 00
21 00
9 00
6 00
9 OS
22 25
10 00
4 00
20 00
128 75
600 00
320 00
75 00
121 00
125 00
14 43
50 00
4 00
4 00
4 20
3 25
7 00
6 00
2 00
2 60
2 50
110 00
99 00
4 00
412 50
32 00
30 00
79 87
266 07
12 75
150 00
100 00
50 00
8 75
1,164 87
40 0C
32 5C
16 8C
4 5C
11 75
10 00
472 50
14 00
71  00
92 92
180 00
169 58
983 15      145,016
118,364 00
23,230 24
983 19
168 75
1,280 42
1,000 00 134
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$  cts.
$   ct».
A Beaton	
A Cameron	
J Beaton	
A Murchison	
J Melrose	
A Read	
B Watkins	
DTowle    .
L Hopkins	
J Rowe	
W Nilston	
G A Sully	
M D Morrison	
J Munroe	
Jas Hamilton	
Jos Hamilton	
W Hamilton	
W Butler	
A Ryder	
J Riley	
A Mennell	
W Sanders	
M Ferguson	
E W King	
N Craig	
J Lehman	
D Munroe	
J McLeod	
J Murray	
W Murray	
J F Ryder	
Do       	
Do       	
C Coghlan	
A Cameron	
R Mclnnes	
A Murchison	
F D Boyes	
J Murray	
A Hamilton	
A H Gillanders ....
R Coghlan	
Do      	
A J Bovill	
Riddell & Davidson
D W Sutherland ...
Laidlaw & Co	
G Oliver	
W Roskelly....
W Graham ....
J Black	
J McGladdery .
J Munn	
FSpotts	
D McAnall	
G Taylor	
J Farr	
W Spotts	
W Kichardson .
H Disher	
C Disher	
W Disher	
R G McKenzie.
H Heal	
L Sharpe	
W Steinberger.
F Heal	
R Oliver	
Brought forward.
XII.-PUBLIC V/OKKS.-Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 157.—Indner's to Hope, Trunk Moad.
Labour on road,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
as superintendent,
as foreman,
with team,
with oxen,
do
with team,
do
do
do
do
do
do
on bridges,
with oxen,
11 daj
s @ $2
H
2
14
„   2
14*
2
6
2
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2
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„   2
24
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2
40
2
31}
2
65}
2
18*
2
54
„   2
20
„   2
15
2
75+
„   2
7+
„   1.50
8*
2
60}
3
76
3
47
„   4.50
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„   4
8
4
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„   5.50
3
6
16
„   5.50
18
,,   5.5C
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6
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6.5C
59
3
12
2
Lumber for bridges .
Tools, etc	
do       	
Gravelling road, per contract,
do do
Vote No. 158.—Saanich Trunk Poad.
Labour on road,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
8 days
32J
25}       „
10}
7
with team,
do
do
do
Wood for rock crusher .
Putting in culvert .
42|
15}
14|
$3
3
3
2.50
2.50
2.50
2
2
2
2
8
2
2
2
5
5
5
5
Carried forward.
983 15
22 00
11 00
28 00
29 00
12 00
41 00
9 00
48 00
49 00
18 00
71 00
106 00
14 00
98 00
33 00
42 00
121 00
4 00
39 00
80 00
63 00
131 00
36 50
108 00
40 00
30 00
151 00
11 25
17 00
181 50
228 00
211 50
178 0o
22 00
30 25
15 0C
88 0C
99 00
153 0C
15 0C
6 5C
177 00
24 0C
65 6S
29 16
5 7C
500 0C
500 00
145,016 60
4,001 '
24 00
24 00
96 76
63 75
20 00
17 50
16 00
16 00
16 00
16 00
21 50
14 00
16 00
16 00
213 75
213 75
77 50
72 60
28 00
20 00
1,003 00
150,021 68 55 Vict. Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
135
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$  cts.
$  cts.
Pay Lists	
P Auchinachie	
J Menzies	
TCastley	
C Jordan 	
A C Fraser	
J McDonald & Co. .
J Keir	
A A Brownell	
S H Davie      	
H 0 Wellburn	
Pay Lists	
E G Prior & Co	
Wood& Tunstall...
J Peterson	
RE Smith	
McArthur & Co	
Shuswap Milling Co
R McDonald	
J Todd	
Carder & Kirby....
G P Raven 	
E C Davidson	
W J Harris,     Reeve.
Grant
J Maxwell,         do    .
do
J Punch,            do    .
do
T E Kitchen,      do    .
do
J W Sexsmith,   do    .
do
J Kirkland,        do    .
do
W Drinkwater,  do    .
do
R Pinkerton	
H Rose	
J McConnel ,
Lynch & McLennan
Pay Lists	
F P Saunders	
E G Gaudy	
F Canliffe	
J Stewart	
Brought forward 	
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS.-Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 160.—Colonisation Road, Cowichan lake.
Labourers on road	
Hire of oxen, 12£ days @ $4
do 64}       »> 4
do 12 „ 4
Hire of team, If       ,, 5
do 1 „ 5
Tools, etc	
do	
Repairing tools    	
do 	
Commission on disbursements, SI,274.50 @ 5%
Vote No. 161.—Campbell River Road. Nicola.
Labourers on road    	
Tools, etc	
do       	
Grain, etc	
do       	
do       	
do       	
do       	
do       	
do       	
Repairing tools, etc	
do       harness	
Vote No.  162.—Municipalities  throughout  the  Frovince.
Grant to Maple Ridge Municipality, New Westminster District
Langley do do
Surrey do do
Chilliwhack do do
Richmond do do
Delta do do
North Cowichan do Cowichan District	
Vote No.  163.—Somas Itiver Rridae, Alberni.
Building Bridge, per contract 	
Vote No.  164.— Osoyoos  Rake  Rridge  (near  Kruger's)
Building bridge, per contract	
Vote No. 165.—Kettle River Bridges (two).
Construction of bridge, North Fork, per contract	
do at Ingram's, do 	
Vote No. 166.—Alberni and Comox Road.
Labourers	
Provisions for survey party	
Conveying supplies for survey party	
Vote No. 167.--Comox and Campbell River Road.
Construction of road, per contract	
do do     	
Brought forward	
9S3 15
1,004 00
50 00
257 00
48 00
8 75
5 00
51 25
2 00
1 50
4 50
63 73
3,045 28
61 00
36 90
14 63
14 20
8 13
79 34
5 00
10 00
5 00
47 02
4 50
1,000 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
1,000 oc
1,000 oc
1,000 00
950 00
1,450 00
925 62
50 49
15 00
1,519 00
640 00
150,021 58
1,495 73
7,000,00
1,950 00
2,300 00
2,400 00
991 11
2,159 00
171,648 52 136
Public Accounts; 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
J Gunn	
A Gunn	
J Rea	
H Morrison	
T Mackie	
J Nelson	
D Spencer	
C Richardson..
J Gill	
W Bremner....
J Brown 	
J Pierce 	
T Cordukes	
J McRorie	
A Fraser	
A Mackie	
A McLean   ..   .
G McRae	
W Buxton	
W Bremner	
C Richardson..
D Spence	
J Gill	
J Brown	
J Pierce 	
D Crawford	
A McEwen ....
A Gunn 	
J Nelson	
J McRorie	
T Ovens	
C Burton	
A Latham	
R Mackie	
G Oliver	
T J Trapp & Co
A N Beaton	
J Burns	
J Lloyd	
H Parsons	
A McCorkindale
M McLeod	
C Fouger	
R Wynn	
J Ranberg......
J D Russell	
J Mclnnis	
F Cegona	
P McMillan	
A Steel 	
J Brougham
D McMillan	
W Brown	
W Clark	
SMcFarland..
W J Clark ....
J Ford	
T W Shields ..
J Scott	
N Christenson
M Watt ......
R Grant & Co.
Str Isabel	
983 15
XII— PUBLIC WORKS— Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued
Vote'No. 167a.— Vancouver-North Arm Road.
Labour, as foreman,                                                          88 days @ $3.50
308 00
do                                                                                        68         „        2.50
170 00
do                                                                                        30         „        2.50
75 00
do                                                                                        98         „        2.25
220 49
do                                                                                        78}       „        2.25
176 62
do                                                                                        24         „        2.25
54 00
do                                                                                        24          „        2.25
54 00
do                                                                                        67          „        2.25
160 75
do                                                                                        32}        „        2.26
73 10
do                                                                                        62         ,,       2.25
139 50
do                                                                                        56                    2.25
126 00
do                                                                                        32}       „        2.25
73 12
do                                                                                        47}       „        2.25
106 80
do                                                                                        57         „       2.25
128 25
do                                                                                        15         „       2.25
33 75
do                                                                                        24}        „        2.25
55 12
do                                                                                          6}       „        2.25
14 60
do                                                                                        35         „       2.25
78 75
do                                                                                        33         „        2
66 00
do                                                                                        26          „        2
52 00
do                                                                                        27         „        2
54 00
do                                                                                        23}       „        2
47 00
do                                                                                        23}       „        2
47 00
do                                                                                        23}       „        2
47 00
do                                                                                        23         „        2
46 00
do                                                                                        31}       „       2
63 00
do                                                                                          8         „        2
16 00
do                                                                                      110         „        2
220 00
do                                                                                        22}        „        2
45 00
do                                                                                        15          ,,        2
30 00
do       with team,                                                        26}       ,,       6
159 00
do                                                                         76}       „       6
459 00
do                                                                        56}       „       6
339 00
do                                                                                4          „        6
24 00
do                                                                              15         „        6
90 00
153 75
Vote No.  167b Hastings to McJLaren's Mill. Itoad.
Labour as foreman,                         sundry fares 815.05; 57 days @ S3
186 05
Labour,                                                                                17}       ,,       2.26
39 36
do                                                                                  18}       „       2.25
41 06
do                                                                                        19         „        2.25
42 76
do                                                                                        13}       „        2.25
30 35
do                                                                                        14}       „        2.25
32 06
do                                                                                        13         „        2.25
29 26
do                                                                                        10}        „        2.26
23 05
do                                                                                        19}       „       2.25
43 30
do                                                                                        27}       „       2.25
61 30
do                                                                                        24         „       2.25
64 00
do                                                                                        25}       ,,        2.25
56 80
do                                                                                        31}       „        3.25
70 80
do                                                                                        41}       „        2.25
92 85
do                                                                                        19}        „        2.25
43 86
do                                                                                        46}       „        2.25
104 60
do                                                                                        24         „       2.00
Vote No   168.— Wharf at Hornby Island
48 00
Labour as foreman,                                                           50} days @ $4
202 00
Labour,                                                                                50}       „       2.50
126 26
do                                                                                        50}       ,,        2.50
126 26
do                                                                                        46|       „        2.50
116 85
do                                                                                        45}       „        2.60
113 75
do                                                                                        16}       „        2.50
41 25
do                                                                                        33}       „        2.50
83 76
41 0C
450 00
40 25
983 15
171,648 52
3,995 60
1,341 36
177,984 88 55 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, Tb 30th June, 1891.
137
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$  cts.
$  cts.
Delta Municipality..
JBelyea	
R Craig   	
G Plummer	
Thompson & Scoville
J Hirst	
G Hirst 	
E Humphrey	
C Boyle	
G Loney	
San Francisco Bridge Co.
R Balfour, CE	
Queen Bros	
W Rocket 	
Pay List	
W P Say ward	
Albion Iron Works	
EG Prior & Co. .,	
W Rockett	
P McQuade & Son	
H Price	
H Courtney    .
T S Gore	
C Palmer	
S Ward	
WPaul	
WLOgilby	
C Rhodes	
D Dupont 	
T S Gore	
Do      	
Indian Peter	
Do   Tom	
P McQuade & Son	
Brought forward.
XII.-PUBLIC WOKKS.-Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Concluded.
Vote No. 169 Wharf at Westham Island.
Aid in construction of wharf	
Vote No. 170. —Wharf at North-West Bay.
Construction of wharf, per contract	
Labour on approach to wharf,
do   with oxen,       do
Buggy hire for Government Agent inspecting wharf.
Board and lodging          do                            do
Conveying message to foreman	
20} days @$2.50
1}       „        I
Vote No. 172. Soda Creek Eerry Subsidy.
Subsidy for maintenance of ferry	
Vote No. 173—Canoe Creek Eerry Subsidy.
Subsidy for maintenance of ferry	
Vote No. 175.—Thompson River Ferry Subsidy.
Subsidy for maintenance of ferry .
Vote No 175a.—JBrtdge, North Arm, Eraser River
(Completion).
Extras on original contract, SI,022; contract for repairs $2,000; extras
on repairs, $730 	
Superintending 36 days, $360; railway and steamer fares, including
expenses from Regina, $158.50	
Buggy hire for Road Supt. Stevenson inspecting roads	
Vote No. 175b,—Bridge, Parson's Bridge.
Labour as foreman,
Labourers	
Lumber	
Ironwork  	
Spikes, tools, etc	
Paint, tools, etc	
Cement and oil	
Hauling lumber, etc	
Buggy hire for Deputy Commissioner inspecting bridge.
33 days @ $6
Surveys.
Vote No. 176.—Surveys throughout the Province.
Salary as Surveyor, San Juan Survey,
Labourer as cook, do
do          axeman, do
do              do do
do          chainman, do
do          axeman, do
do              do do
Services in preparing returns, do
6 months 11 days @ $175
Board whilst engaged on
Services withicanoe,
Hire of canoe, ietc,
Tents, tools, etc..,
do
do
do
do
Brought forward.
600 00
51 25
7 60
36 00
2 00
2 60
518 50
3 90
198 00
458 15
547 87
164 25
36
49 40
6 75
149 05
2 50
1,114 13
225 00
200 00
200 00
225 00
200 00
200 00
175 00
90 00
64 60
42 60
132 38
2,868 51
177,984 88
699 25
300 00
300 00
4,274 00
1,611 66
186,169 79 138
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
$    cts
T S Gore	
CPNCo	
Do        	
S P Tuck	
R Campbell	
J Knightley	
H J Wright	
D Savoy 	
T S Humphreys    ...
H Pike	
J Ogilrie	
A C Houghton	
C Blackstone	
J Gee	
J E Houghton	
C Irving	
Indian Tsetelock	
Do   Hatatulth ....
Do   Tom Porchena
Do   Mary	
Do   Dick	
Do   Johnny	
Do   Tom	
Do    Alfred	
Do   Jack	
Do   Kortullock	
Do   Chilcanult	
S P Tuck	
Do    	
J Macdonald & Co	
B Gordon	
A C Fraser	
Prier & Jaynes	
A L Poudrier	
O L Poudrier	
R Brittle	
F Beegan	
Indian Leandre	
Do   George	
Do   Tenas	
Do   Harry	
Do   Peter	
Do    Allan	
Do   Tom	
Do   Annatim.  ..   .
E Humphrevs	
J Bird	
N Lee	
T Swords	
BC Express Co	
E Duclos	
Lee & Bayliff	
J T Mayor	
J Reid	
P Quade & Son	
A L Poudrier	
Vieth & Borland	
D D Cullen	
J Salmon	
A L Poudrier	
SL Kelly & Co	
H Saunders	
W B Gladwin	
B C Express Co	
S Lion	
B Franklin	
A L Poudrier	
Woods, Turner & Gamble
W Barclay	
Brought forward.
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS— Continued.
Surveys.—Continued.
Vote No. 176.—Surveys throughout the Province.—Continued
Board allowance, San Juan Survey, 7 men, 153 days @ 60 cts. =$642.60
Less amount previously paid to other parties for supplies, 505.27
Freight on supplies, do
Passages of men, do
Salary as surveyor, Nitinat River Survey,
Labour as packer, do
do do do
do do do
do axeman, do
do picketman, do
do axeman, do
do do do
do do do
do do do
do cook, do
do chainman, do
do axeman, do
do packer, do
do do do
do do do
do do do
do canoeman, do
do do do
do do do
do do do
do do do
do do do
do messenger, do
Paid advances to men, do
Board allowance for party,        do
i 11-31 months @ $175
and express charges	
@ 60c. each per day, $874.80
Less amounts previously paid to other parties for supplies,   612.70
Supplies, etc.,
do
do
do
Salary as surveyor,
Labour,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Ferriage,
Conveying provisions, etc.
do
do
Conveying men, etc.,
Hay and grain for horses,
4 pack-horses, saddles, etc.
2 do do
Canvas, rope, tools, etc.,
Tents, tools, etc.,
Paid fares, etc., for party,
Meals and beds,
do
Use of pack-horse,
Board allowance for party
Nitinat River Survey.
do
do
do
Chilcotin Survey,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
6 5-31 months @ $175
60c. each per day, $573.00
Less amount previously paid H. Saunders for supplies,   337.00
Chilcotin Survey.
do
do
do
do
do
Camping outfit,
Provisions, etc.,
Freight on supplies,
do
do
do
Services preparing returns, do l<i mos. @ $175; board allowance, $75
Services as surveyors, N. W. Reserve Survey, 28 d. @ $10; labour, &c, $78
Labour as axeman, do
Carried forward.
1,222 28
237 10
1,459 38
2,868 51
137 33
20 00
49 00
1,112 10
25 81
119 62
80 41
15 00
126 45
80 00
109 50
193 75
65 80
88 55
224 40
21 90
93 00
25 50
11 25
19 00
8 25
110 00
6 00
3 00
3 00
5 00
2 00
60 45
262 10
41 90
76 80
379 12
10 00
1,079 23
308 33
308 33
318 33
38 00
39 00
35 00
39 00
35 00
25 00
136 66
50 00
20 00
50 00
17 50
218 66
148 00
38 40
169 00
72 76
45 31
116 97
■ 92 00
6 00
6 00
5 00
236 00
47 60
787 41
18 47
11 50
54 06
82 00
366 66
358 00
60 00
1
1,887 67 55 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
139
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
9   cts.
$   cts.
S Chase	
RCPMillsCo	
W Allan	
Do     	
Do     	
H Boler	
E Long	
Indian August	
Do   Major	
Do   Jim	
Do   Felix	
C A Phair	
R Hoey	
W S Jemmett	
J Battery   	
H McKay	
Indian Joe	
W McColl	
J P Burnyeat	
D Gallagher	
Str Penticton	
T F Sinclair	
J A Coryell	
Do        	
Woods, Turner & Gamble
G Turner	
W L Lynn	
R H Lee	
O'Dwyer & Palmer ...
T S Gore	
G D Curtis	
J H McGregor	
W L Ogilby 	
J McKenzie	
T S Gore	
Do	
Coryell & Burnyeat..
Pay List	
Str Penticton	
R Elliott	
Lambly Bros	
Coryell & Burnyeat..
Martin Bros	
H F Cameron	
R Jones	
T S Gore	
Do      	
A L Poudrier	
J Macaulay	
Indian J Paul	
Do   R Paul	
Do   J Stuaat	
Do   Killohe	
Do   CPaul	
H Saunders	
CP NCo	
Garden, Hermon & Bur-
Pay List [well
F H Latimer 	
CPRCo [well
Garden, Hermon & Bur-
Do
T Earle 	
Do     	
J A Coryell	
E C Davidson & Co	
Coryell & Burnyeat	
C E Perry	
J Mortimer	
Brought forward	
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS—Continued.
Surveys.—Continued.
Vote No. 176.—Surveys throughout the Frovince.—Concluded
Labour as axeman, N. W. Reserve Survey	
Cedar Stakes, do 	
Salary as surveyor, Lillooet River Survey,   2 months at $170
19 ds. @ $10; expenses, $9.95
Board allowance for men, do
Expenses, Bridge Creek to Victoria, do
Labour on do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
Cooking utensils, tents, etc., do
Grain, etc., for Surveyor Allan's horse,     do
Services as surveyor, Pitt River Survey,
Labour, do
do do
do do
Provisions, etc., do
Survey of and report on waggon road, Sunny Plains, Okanagan Mission
Transport of outfit, etc., do do
Freight, meals, etc., do do
Survey for improvement of outlet of Somenos Lake	
do     of school site on C. Brewer's claim, Osoyoos	
do     sites for bridges	
Two tracings of Asylum and Penitentiary Reserves	
Taking grade of dyke, Hope to Camp Slough	
Traverse of coast line from Marks' to Richards', Sooke	
Survey of Lot 721, near Douglas Lake	
Making connections in Squamish River survey	
Services as surveyor, Section 98, Esquimalt Dist., 44 days, $440; labour.
£82.85; board of men, $139; expenses, $15.25 ;
Labour on survey, Section 98, Esquimalt District	
do do do  -...
do do do 	
do do do 	
Traverse of part of Sooke Harbour	
Survey and plans of Lime Street, Victoria West	
Services on survey west of Okanagan Lake, 105 d. @ $5; board $38.40..
Labourers      do
Fares and freight,
Labour,
Board, lodging, etc.,
Board allowance, ect.,
Tools, etc.,
do
Hire of pack horses
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Services surveying and making plan of part of Cadboro Bay Road	
do       surveying line to connect Metchosin with Goldstream District
Services on exploration of New Caledonia	
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Labour,
do
do
do
do
do
Provisions, etc.,
Freight on supplies,
Services on survey of Nelson Townsite	
Labourers, do do 	
Sundry fares, etc.,       do do 	
do do do 	
Services on eurvey of land, north side of English Bay, 37 days @ $10.
Labour, $253.75; boat hire, $15; board for men, $105	
Steamer hire and meals, survey north side of English Bay	
Provisions for party, do
Hire of pack horses on survey wTest of Okanagan Lake	
Harness for   do do do
Allowance, board of men, do do
Servioes, surveying and sounding Shuswap River at Enderby	
3 cut stones for Indian Reserve line, Victoria West	
Carried forward.
1,459 38
11,887 67
60 00
28 00
340 00
118 20
46 75
39 00
39 00
35 50
49 50
49 50
25 00
22 00
20 00
199 95
18 00
25 60
28 00
57 36
195 00
5 00
18 00
40 00
15 00
75 00
3 00
38 00
20 00
25 00
157 50
677 10
28 00
47 60
38 00
36 00
90 00
12 50
563 40
881 00
56 00
54 00
20 00
208 60
9 25
40 41
14 00
27 50
40 OC
175 0C
50 0C
30 0C
30 0C
42 0C
97 5C
22 5C
145 00
17 75
1,093 00
561 55
23 5C
151 60
370 00
373 75
316 00
702 ii
61 5C
16 06
172 20
100 OC
3 75
1,459 38      21,077 78
21,077 78 140
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts
W Ralph	
Pay List	
A Richmond	
H Russell	
D Allen	
M Barron	
G T Delacy	
T Edwards	
Fell & Co	
Tolmie & Stewart
A & W Wilson ...
Clark & Pearson
EG Prior* Co. .
F Jeune	
W Ralph	
J Dalby	
Str Daisy	
'Colonist"	
'World"	
' Inland Sentinel''
' Free Press "
'Truth"	
'Ledger"	
' Kootenay Star "
' Columbian " ....
' Telegram " ..   ..
' Miner "	
' News-Advertiser
' Vernon News "..
T N Hibben & Co. ...
M W Waitt&Co	
R Jamieson 	
T McConnan	
WH Philipps	
RT Williams	
M Miller	
Ellis & Co	
Do      	
W Monteith	
D Lyal & Co	
Z S Hall	
ETeather	
Lewis & Greig	
S T Tilley	
H H Lennie & Co. ...
D Davidson	
M Miller	
R T Williams	
"Truth"	
G A Roedde   	
Office Specialty M'f'g. Co
"Ledger"	
Diplock Stationery House
S T Tilley 	
" Daily Telegram "...
" News-Advertiser "..
Thomson Bros	
M W Waitt & Co	
E Pimbury & Co	
WBentley	
Hudson Bay Co	
W T Slavin	
Brought forward	
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS-Concluded.
Surveys.—Concluded.
Island Railway Belt.
Salary for services on survey, Island R'y bound'y line, 3 9-31 m. @ $250
Labourers,                       do do                    	
Labour as cook,              do do 3 months @ $40
do       axeman,         do do 2$       „           45
do       packer,          do do 12-5   ,,           45
do          do              do do 17   days   @  $45
do          do              do do 17        ,,          45
do          do               do do 17         ,,           45
Provisions, etc., for        survey party,    do 	
do do             do                    	
Tinware, etc., do             do                    	
do do             do                     	
Tools, etc., do             do                     	
Tents, etc., do             do                     	
Sundry fares and expenses, do             do                     	
Conveying provisions, etc., do            do 1,775 lbs. @ 12£ cts.
do do            do                     	
XIII.-MISCBLLANEOUS.
Vote No. 177.—Advertising.
Advertising sundry notices
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Fotc No. 178.—Stationery.
Miscellaneous stationery, all departments	
do do    	
do do 	
do do	
do do (supplying and stamping)
Rubber stamps, etc., do 	
Ruling, printing and binding sundry books, rolls, etc., all departments
Lithographing 23,000 official cheques, Treasury
Cover paper for Official Stenographer	
Set of books, Official Administrator, Victoria ..
Miscellaneous stationery, Government Offices, New Westminster
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
, do
do
Ruling, printing, binding sundry books, &c.,
Rubber stamps,
Supplying forms, Registry Office,
Sundry registers, index books, etc., Registry Office,
Schlicht index, Assessor's Office,
Assessment forms, do
Sundry stationery, Registry Office, Vancouver	
do do do 	
Printing cards for do do 	
Procedure book, do do 	
Stationery, Timber Inspector's Office, do 	
Stationery, Nanaimo Office.    .   	
do do 	
do Kamloops Office	
do do 	
do do 	
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Carried forward.
1,635 88
822 58
1,048 63
120 00
97 50
63 00
29 42
29 42
29 42
654 11
8 00
15 35
11 10
30 00
23 50
45 30
221 87
70 00
3,319 20
24,396 98
1,060 53
587 53
190 80
78 40
737 00
101 10
2,333 50
310
2 00
6 85
1,124 35
46 55
27 00
31 00
3 50
445 25
22 75
16 50
759 75
9 91
5 60
64 30
11 50
1 50
i(00
9 65
10 50
138 11
23 90
1 40
35 90
8,237 53
21,077 78
4,673 95'
4,673 95 55 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
141
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$  cts.
$  cts.
$  cts.
E G Prior & Co. ..
J Vair	
W Bentley	
F B Wells	
JF Hume	
W T Slavin	
Wood & Tunstall.
Gilker & Wells...
T V Thurnburn ..
W F Teetzel	
G A Bigelow	
Linten Bros	
R W Patmore....
TN Hibben* Co.
H Anderson ....
J M Knight	
Fletcher & Co	
E S Wilson & Co .
Gilker & Wells...
W French .......
Thomson Bros ...
T Elliot	
W T Thompson ..
Hudson Bay Co..
H MeCutcheon ..
Do
D Lyal	
T N Hibben & Co
A E Howse	
J H Hart	
O Harvey 	
F W Foster	
C A Phair	
R T Williams ..'. .
WH Philipps....
S A Rogers	
J McPhee   	
R T Williams ....
Brought forward	
XIII.-MISCELLANEOIJS.-Co»t*iM,Med.
Vote No, 178.—Stationery—Concluded.
Cancelling punch, Kamloops Office	
Repairing rubber stamp, Kamloops Office.
Stationery, Revelstoke Office	
Postmaster
, Victoria ....
Postage stamps,
Do
N. West'r...
do
Do
Vancouver..
do
Do
Nanaimo ...
do
Do
Alberni	
do
Do
Comox	
do
Do
Duncan's...
do
Do
Yale	
do
Do
Kamloops ..
do
Do
Revelstoke..
do
Do
Donald	
do
Do
Vernon	
do
Do
Nelson	
do
Do
Ainsworth..
do
Do
Fort Steele .
do
Do
Rock Creek
do
Do
Granite Cr'k
do
Do
Golden....
do
Do
Nicola	
do
Do
Ashcroft....
do
Do
Clinton....
do
Do
Lillooet ....
do
Do
Quesnelle ..
do
Do
Barkerville.
do
Do
Alert Bay...
do
Do
Metlakahtla.
do
S T Tilley
A E Beck.
do
do
D Lvall & Co	
do
Hon Jno Robson	
do
Deputy Treasurer	
do
do
Do
Paid postage on
Charges on pare
Dom. Express Co.	
B C Express Co	
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do 	
do 	
Nelson Office	
do       	
do       	
do      	
Donald Office	
do      	
do      	
Ainsworth Office	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Fort Steele Office....
do
Rock Creek Office ...
Granite Creek Office .
Vernon Office	
do        	
Yale Office    	
do 	
do 	
Nicola Office	
Lytton Office   	
Ashcroft Office	
Lillooet Office	
do
Rubber stamp,       do
Seal, Richfield Office	
Stationery,   do 	
do Comox Office
Rubber stamp, Cowichan .
1,685 38
Vote No. 179 Postage.
, etc., all departments, Victoria	
New Westminster Offices	
Vancouver Office	
Nanaimo Office	
Alberni Office	
Comox Office  	
Cowichan Office	
Yale Office	
Kamloops Office	
Revelstoke Office	
Donald Office	
Vernon Office	
Nelson Office	
Ainsworth Office	
Fort Steele Office	
Rock Creek Office	
Granite Creek Office	
Golden Office	
Nicola Office	
Ashcroft Office	
Clinton Office 	
Lillooet Office	
Quesnelle Office . 	
Richfield Office	
Alert Bay Office	
Metlakahtla   	
Vancouver Office	
do 	
New Westminster Office	
during trip to Ottawa	
received as cash and used as postage	
do and handed over to Govt. Agent
i return letters from dead letter office	
i to and from various offices...  	
do 	
Carried forward.
8,237 63
1 60
25
1 25
17 65
2 25
4 50
7 00
3 25
14 55
3 50
8 00
3 15
7 75
19 72
1 95
6 30
8 00
5 35
23 55
2 00
4 05
3 25
2 00
75
5 60
5 50
3 25
19 25
2 8S
1 50
5 60
11 25
2 02
6 0C
6 OC
2 5C
7 47
5 50
1,347 50
335 00
26 80
135 00
5 64
4 60
70 43
57 10
86 15
90 50
81 75
83 00
13 75
19 00
10 00
9 70
10 00
1 00
30 00
18 00
78 00
31 00
16 00
35 00
1 00
5 00
9 25
15 60
687 73
4 25
7 18
112 25
30 44
182 99
53 35
8,703 26
4,673 95
8,467 17
13,141 12 142
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
N P Express Oo	
Nicola Express	
Ellison's Express	
Littler's Express......
T Hornby	
R W Brownrigg	
J Schubert	
J Wilson	
G Kenny 	
E & N R Co	
W S Beckwith	
B HLee	
R M Woodward	
Victoria Transfer Co ..
L Brent	
A Rae	
A Oates	
D McPhail	
"Truth " Printing Co.
C PR Telegraph Co..
Bank of B C	
Turner, Beeton & Co.
Hon Jno Robson	
A E Beck	
W T Drake	
W Walker	
Victoria Gas Co	
Victoria Electric Co	
K E T & Lighting Co....
B Gordon 	
H Elliot	
J E Wise	
J W Creighton	
N W Gas Co	
J D Rae	
W & G Wolfenden	
Campbell & Anderson ...
J H Woodworth & Co ...
J S Shearer & Co	
Vancouver Gas Co	
Hudson Bay Co	
O'Brien & Dunlop	
Nanaimo Gas Co	
L J Edwards	
J A Mara	
R E Smith	
Wood & Tunstall	
T Hornby  [Co.
McArthur,  Stevenson &
JF Hume & Co	
Bourne Bros	
R E Lemon  .
E Thomas	
O Barre	
J Alway	
Indian Jim	
J W Creighton	
CPRCo	
W & G Wolfenden....
D J Creighton	
O Harvey.	
G M Stumps   	
Gallagher & Smith ...
W F Cameron	
J Homans	
J McKinlay	
W Farell	
J Halliday	
Charges on parcels to and from various offices.
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
Postal cards, New Westminster Office	
Brought forward	
XIII.-MISCELLANEOTJS.-OowtiwMcd.
Vote No. 179 Postage.—Concluded.
Vote No. ISO.—Telegrams.
Telegrams to and from various offices	
Cablegrams to and from London    	
Paid for cablegrams from England to the Govt. Offices.
do   telegrams during trip to Ottawa	
do do       Vancouver	
Vote No. 181.—Fuel and light.
Coal and wood for all departments	
Wood do 	
Supply of gas do
Maintenance of electric light, Supreme Court	
do House of Assembly .
Candles and matches, Provincial Secretary's Office.
Coal,
do
do
Supply of gas,
Coal oil-
do
Lamp trimming.
Coal and wood,
do
Supply of gas,
Coal oil,
Coal,
Supply of gas,
Coal,
do
Coal oil, lamp glasses, etc.
do
Wood,
Lights,
Coal oil, etc.,
do
do
Wood,
Cutting wood,
Wood,
do
Coal,
Freight on coal
Coal oil, etc.,
do
do
Wood,
do
Coal oil, etc.,
Wood,
Cutting wood,
do
Hauling wood,
New Westminster Offices.
do
do
do
do
do
do
Vancouver Office .
do
do
do
Nanaimo Office .. .
do
Kamloops Office ..
do
do
do
do
do
Revelstoke Office .
do
do
do
do
Yale Office	
do        	
do        	
do        	
do        	
do        	
Ashcroft Office...
Vernon Office	
do
do
Essington Office .
Clinton Office	
do
do
Carried forward.
1,686 88
3,703 26
2 25
1 15
4 90
2 00
9 00
3 50
2 85
1 75
5 00
6 05
16 50
5 00
2 05
1 00
2 00
25
25
5 00
23 50
13,141 12
3,797 26
1,275 74
6 30
50 50
16 25
75
1,349 54
982 50
5 50
614 85
100 00
100 41
6 00
48 00
88 00
136 00
258 55
15 30
5 65
50
77 00
101 65
20 50
1 90
34 50
16 05
39 40
21 37
11 46
8 20
8 00
20
23 25
4 75
4 80
107 62
20 00
36 00
28 00
24 00
18 00
8 17
4 50
12 50
45 00
112 50
48 25
3 00
17 60
15 00
17 50
1,685 38
3,250 82
18,287 92 55 Vict. Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
143
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$  cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
F W Foster	
G A Bigelow	
E S Wilson & Co    	
J F Hume & Co	
M Monaghan	
E S Wilson & Co	
Green Bros	
J A Watson	
J T Galbraith & Bros	
T Elliot	
T Powers	
Manuel & Ruttan	
R A Kimpton	
C Barnes	
B Holbrow	
Vieth & Borland	
J McKee	
O Darpentigny	
J C Green	
J Ordine	
A Campbell	
P J Gillie	
J Riordon	
W T Thompson	
Calbreath, Grant & Cook
T Harvey	
F Evans	
M Miller	
T F Hibben & Co	
M W Waitt&Co	
S P Miller	
History Co	
J S Sinclair	
H Harvev	
G O Shield	
"Can. Mining Review ".
J D Ward	
Carswell & Co	
Do 	
" Colonist"	
" Times"	
'■World"	
" Columbian "	
" News-Advertiser "	
Canadian American Pub.
H M Customs [Co
Carswell & Co   	
T N Hibben & Co. ...
Bancroft Whitney Co
J S Sinclair	
Dom Express Co	
H M Customs	
L P Lewis	
T James	
T O'Connell ...
H J Buler	
G HGibbs	
Indian Basil ...
Do   Cheetah
A A Berrow ...
D H McNeill...
R Jackson	
W McNeill	
Brought forward	
XIII.-MISCELLANEOITS.-CoMtirated.
Vote No. 181—Fuel and light.—Concluded.
Coal oil,
do
do
do
Wood,
Coal oil, wood, etc.
do
Wood,
Coal oil, etc.,
do
Wood,
Coal oil, etc.,
do
Wood,
Cutting wood,
Coal oil, etc.,
Wood,
do
do
Coal oil,
Wood,
do
do
Coal oil,
Wood, coal oil, etc.
do
Allowance for coal
Clinton Office  	
Nelson Office	
do 	
do 	
do 	
,   Ainsworth Office	
do 	
do 	
Fort Steele Office	
Rock Creek Office	
do 	
Donald Office	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Cariboo Offices	
do 	
do
Golden Office	
Lillooet Office	
Quesnelle Office 	
Nicola Office	
Granite Creek Office	
do 	
,   Cassiar Office	
do 	
and light, Official Stenographer's Office
Vote No. 182.—Library,  legislative and Departmental
Binding 102 volumes newspapers, Gazettes, etc	
Webster's Dictionary, Navy List, etc	
6 copies May's Parliamentary Practice	
24 volumes Encyclopedia Britannica	
8       ,, Bancroft's History	
1 copy Landlord and Tenant	
2 copies Trade Review	
2     ,,     Big Game of North America	
1 copy Canadian Mining Manual 	
1 ,,    Ward's Joint Stock Companies Manual	
Constitutional documents of Canada	
Sundry books supplied to Registry Office, New Westminster	
2 copies " Daily Colonist," 1 year	
1 copy "Times," 1   ,	
1   ,,     "World," 1   „   	
1   ,,    "Columbian," 2   ,,   	
1    ,,     " Daily and Weekly News Advertiser," 2    	
1   ,,    "Canadian American," 4   ,,   	
Duty on 2 volumes     	
Vote No. 183.—Library, Attorney-General's Department.
Sundry law books	
do 	
do 	
1 copy Landlord and Tenant	
Expressage on books	
Duty do       	
Vote No 184.—Refunds.
Moiety of fine imposed under Indian Act, Victoria.
do                                do do
do                                do Nanaimo
do                              do do
do                                do do
do                                do Ashcroft
do                                do Savona..
do                         Game Act, Victoria,
do                             do do
do                                do do
do                                do do
Carried forward...
1,721 38
15 00
3 00
8 00
6 50
85 00
22 50
7 00
6 00
24 50
5 25
25 00
12 00
10 35
54 00
10 00
15 95
45 50
50 00
10 00
3 50
72 00
3 75
20 00
7 50
63 00
30 00
10 00
302 50
57 36
87 00
75 00
44 00
3 00
4 00
13 00
3 00
1 00
18 60
107 69
26 00
14 00
10 00
16 00
36 00
8 00
90
127 53
78 60
29 00
3 00
1 35
11 60
25 00
187 50
375 00
25 00
50 00
25 00
25 00
35 00
12 50
12 50
12 50
786 00
18,287 92
826 94
23,180 96 144
Public Accounts, isT July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts
t   cts
J Harris 	
M Flynii	
D Adams	
G Claire	
J Dibble	
E Watson	
J Foulds	
H Oliver	
WP Wipsby	
C Smith	
J Wifla:	
J McTaggarfc 	
J Dunne 	
AhChing	
C D McKay	
Murray & Fraser	
J A Shearer	
J Mitchell   	
Wintemute Bros	
H F Keefer	
D Menzies	
RCP Mills Co	
H Dingle ,..;
P Swanson     J.'.
McLaren Ross L'mb'r Co
Moodyville Saw Mills Co.
T Renwick	
Chinaman No 30	
Gilley Bros	
W B Anderson	
H O Wejlburn	
Victoria: Lumber Co	
J Flewin	
Vancouver Gas Co	
Morse Lumber Co	
J E Scarlett	
D A McDonald	
Vancouver Water Works
F J Stannard ,	
R Carter '	
Moodyville Saw Mills Co.
Wellington Packing Co..
G AStark .;	
Pauline & Piercy	
M& J King	
C O'Keefe	
T H Walters	
B B Scott 	
R J Scott	
M Hozier	
J Henderson	
R Scott!	
J Scott.;	
STingley	
Cowan & Shaw . —
GT Kanf..	
J Gabourie	
J F Hume	
Rand Bros i	
N McRae...' 	
J A Hermann 	
WH Merritt 	
A Stevenson	
J Davies	
P Larson ;	
RH Ward L...
Richmond Municipality
D Taylor	
H J Robertson	
S Smith!	
W Monteith	
G C Tunstall	
F Hussey. 	
H Kearney I	
Chancellor of Univer B C
Refund of
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Brought forward	
XIIl.-MISCELLANEOUS.-CoMtiwMed.
Vote No.  184.—Refunds.—Concluded.
Provincial Revenue Tax, twice paid	
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accounted for, but not collected...   .
do 	
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deposit on application to purchase, made in error	
do do 	
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general trade license fee	
Crown grant fees	
do 	
free miners' certificate fee 	
pre-emption fee 	
coal prospecting license fee, paid twice	
probate duty on estate of J. Mclntyre	
amount pd. on land in Barclay District, previously abandoned
do excess of acreage	
taxes paid on land within city limits	
do do municipality    	
land not liable to taxation	
taxes paid twice on Moresby Island	
do overcharged	
amount paid into Treasury in error by the Superintendent
of the Lunatic Asylum, the property of James Rossiter.
deceased, viz.: $145.35. Less cost of maintenance, $30 =
for loss of money, sent through post from Recorder, Trail Ck.
am't of cheque issued by W. Craib, disallowed by Bank B. C.
money found on body of A. D. Kearney, Kamloops	
fees received under section 6, B. C. University Act	
Carried forward.
1,721
785 00
23,180 96
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
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3 00
3 00
8 00
3 00
12 00
15 00
15 00
33 00
9 00
12 00
6 00
6 00
24 00
78 00
24 00
9 00
9 00
40 00
45 00
60 00
32 00
16 00
16 00
16 00
16 00
50 00
16 00
16 00
16 00
16 00
16 00
5 00
15 00
5 00
6 00
2 00
25 00
214 80
13 60
94 50
4 00
68 79
61 20
128 07
6 75
115 35
46 25
17 50
5 90
250 00
2,568 71
25,749 67 55 Vict. Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
145
TO WHOM  PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$  cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
N America Guarantee Co
G Norris, Treasurer
T Ackerman, Chief	
City of Vancouver	
J Stone, Secretary	
A McNaughton, Sec	
J C Boyd, Secretary	
T Cunningham, President
W D Benson, do
T Shannon, do
S Sandover, do
C W Gillanders,      do
G X Corfleld, Treasurer
J S Bennet, Secretary.
A H B Macgowan, Sec...
Vic & Esq Telephone Co
N W & B I Telephone Co
Nanaimo Telephone Co.
Kamloops Telephone Co
W Cowan	
B& I Telephone Co. ...
C E Renouf, Secretary .
O Renz..
PNile....
J Davy...
L Stark ..
C Pearson
1,721 38
XIJI— MISCELLANEOUS.—Continued.
Vote No. 1S5.—Premium on Guarantee Ronds.
Vote No. 186.—Fire Department, Nanaimo.
Vote No. 1S7.—Fire Department, New Westminster.
Vote No. 188.—Fire Department,  Vancouver.
Vote No. 189.— Fire Department, Rarkerville.
Vote No. 191.—Fire Department, Quesnelle.
125 00
125 00
do           	
Vote No. 193.—Agricultural Societies.
Grant to the Royal Agricultural and Industrial Society of B. C	
600 00
300 00
300 00
300 00
300 00
300 00
500 00
do       Cowichan and Salt Spring Island Agricultural Society	
Vote No. 194,—Fruit Growers' Association.
Vote No. 195,— Telephone Service.
589 40
149 00
42 00
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28 00
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Vote No. 196.—li. C Agricultural Association.
Vote No. 197.—Destruction  of  Wolves  and  Ranthers in
Settled Districts.
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
1,721 38
25 00
25,749 67
760 50 146
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to :30th June, 1891.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$  cts.
W Lewis  	
C Wilgress	
U E Dickenson
Do
J Manson	
J B Stovall	
FVHobbs	
J Cowie	
A Salmond	
J McKenzie	
H King	
J McDaniel	
C Cameron	
M Donohue	
A O Heilan	
T Williams	
F Burns	
M S Edgson	
J Chisholm	
J D Blair	
R Colvin	
TS Cast-ley	
NW Campbell....
J W Edgson	
JHCastley	
E H Forrest	
W A Miller	
Indian Ned	
V Ingram	
W Watt	
J Dales	
E Gordon	
A Wale	
H C Halpenny....
G Pears	
J McLellan	
J Weir	
E Bennett	
E Vine	
H Webber	
T Parker	
G Kamano	
C Kamano	
WD May	
W Hunt	
C T Purver	
G Lawrence	
R A Collins	
J T Mayor	
J Pigeon	
K McLeod	
F Jackson 	
H J Earnshaw	
S Moore	
F Allen	
G Forsyth	
F Goodwin	
J Conroy	
Indian Batiste ...
J Johnson	
F W Robertson ..
J Brent 	
C A Appleton....
P Smiley	
A Blackburn ....
G Funk	
D Nicholson	
A G Kirkpatrick.
Lequime Bros ...
C Ashton	
E McDougall ....
T D Short	
W Wilde	
Brought forward	
XIII.-MISCELLANEOUS.-C<mti«.wed.
Vote  No.   197.—Destruction   of   Wolves and Panthers in
Settled Districts.—Concluded.
Bounty on
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4 wolves
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do 	
do 	
Alberni District	
do 	
do 	
Esquimalt District	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Rupert District	
do 	
do 	
do 	
New Westminster District.
do 	
do 	
Chilcotin 	
do 	
Cariboo District	
Nicola 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Douglas Lake	
Okanagan 	
do 	
1,721 38
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Vote No. 198.—In aid of Militia.
Grant in aid .
Carried forward.
25 00    33,'
5 00
5 00
10 00
20 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
6 00
5 00
5 00
25 00
15 00
5 00
5 00
15 00
5 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
6 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
15 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
25 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
10 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
25 00
10 00
10 00
20 00
25 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
6 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
10 00
15 00
20 0C
10 00
35 OC
15 0C
80 00
1,721 38
665 00
35,214 17 -FGISUTIVE ASSEMBLY,
BRITISH COLL)   B!/
55 Vict.           Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th JuxNE, 1891.
147
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$  cts.
$  cts.
%   cts
G Dougherty	
W F McCulloch	
CPNCo	
CPRCo	
D G Cummings	
C Haddock	
E Forrester	
Bligh & Lyne	
Bonaparte House	
1,721 38
29 68
1,751 06
35,214 17
337 95
480 00
1,220 00
10,018 39
XI1X—MSCELIANEOUS— Continued.
Vote No. 199.—In aid of Prospecting and Explorations.
Expenses prospecting country in which Indians report deposit of minerals
do     of W. F. McCulloch visiting Monashie and Bonanza Mines....
Fares, meals, etc.       do                            do                            do       ....
Fares,                           do                            do                             do
do                              do                             do                            do       	
do                              do                            do                            od
do                              do                            do                            do       ....
Use of horse & cart,   do                          do                           do       —
Meals, bed, etc.,         do                          do                          do
do                         do                               do                               do        ....
do                       do                            do                            do       ....
do                       do                            do                            do       ....
do                     do                          do                          do       ....
do                       do                            do                            do       ....
do                       do                            do                            do       ....
do                       do                            do                            do        ....
Hire of boat & help,   do          visiting D'Arcey Island, re ledge of ore..
Provisions,                   do                            do                            do
Vote No. 200.—Superannuation allowance to late
Messenger.
Allowance,                                                                                 12 months @ §40
Vote No. 201.—In aid of communication with remote
Settlements.
200 00
27 60
8 00
27 10
4 75
5 00
10 50
8 50
2 50
4 00
4 00
8 00
12 00
5 00
3 00
3 00
5 00
J Allen	
V Duteau     	
W Hall	
D W Mcintosh	
H Saunders	
D Deasy	
510 00
510 00
200 00
960 00
COO 00
926 45
854 20
658 07
658 07
301 00
999 00
677 40
285 15
462 70
450 50
471 60
515 10
340 10
373 40
277 40
208 25
G A Huff	
C P N Co 	
J H Vidal	
J J Johnston	
F X Martin	
Vote No. 202.— Copying records of Registry Office,
Vancouver.
Services as Clerk                                                            12 months @ S80
do                                                                           12        ,,           50
do                                                                            11       ,, 18 d. 80
do                                                                                  10       ,, 22  ,, 80
do                                                                              8       „   7 „ 80
do                                                                              8       ,,   7 ,, 80
do                                                                              4 2-7 ,,           70
Overtime copying records, from 1 July to 30 June,   999 hours @ SI.00
do                            do                            do         1129       ,,       60cts
do                            do       1 J uly to 28 February, @ 40 cts & 50cts
do                            do           ,,           30 June,                      do
do                            do           ,,              ,,                              do
do                            do           ,,              ,,                              do
do                               do           ,,               ,,                       45 cts & 50 cts
do                            do       10 Aug,       ,,                              do
do                            do       25 Oct.         „                              do
do                            do           ,,              ,,                              do
do                            do       20 Feb.       „                              do
Vote No. 203 Miscellaneous (not detailedin Estimates),
Professional services in the case of Green v. the Queen, petition of right
do                     do            Reg. v. Little, for employing Chinese
do                     do   McNamee v. the Queen, re Graving Dock
C S Corrigan	
E B Bushell	
A Cruickshank	
T 0 Townley	
C E Holt	
F G Turner	
J H Vidal	
F X Martin	
T S Corrigan	
E B Bushell	
Bodwell & Irving	
Do             	
Do             	
"Victoria Water Works...
Vancouver        do
Nanaimo           do
C Ireland	
Do      	
I Holmes	
A Holmes	
J Bland	
300 49
100 00
272 44
199 52
35 65
24 00
165 00
15 00
12 00
36 00
18 00
Cleaning offices, Attorney-General's Dept., 3 months @ 810; 9 mo. @ $15
1,178 10
47,270 51 148
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$  cts.
J Doherty	
P Hanson	
MGBlanchard, VS...
Do
Do
Do
Turner, Beaton & Co..
T Deasy	
J C Smith	
J Weiler 	
G A Hyatt	
Hull Bros	
P Murphy	
C Hayward   	
D Murchie	
M P Gordon	
C Baines	
W Barr	
A E Mann	
A Francis	
Crawford & McDonald.
R McClinton    ....
Str Telephone	
R E Lemon	
G Barber	
Henderson's Directory Co
W Warlow	
Indian Jenny	
Do   Mary	
M McDonald	
J A Montgomery	
D Woolsey	
C J Miller	
M Smithe 	
"Colonist"	
Do 	
Do 	
W Lennox	
J C Smith	
RCPMillsCo	
James Baker 	
T R Porter	
Gilmore & McCandless
R Roberts	
WHPhilipps	
R Maynard	
Fleming Bros.	
F C Jones 	
WW Spinks	
J M McLean, MD	
F Jeune	
B C Milling Co	
Schubert* Co	
Langley &Co	
G Morrison	
C Haddock	
R T Williams	
Galbraith & Bros	
WDoull	
GC Tunstall,	
W H Curran	
J Reid	
E & N R Co	
E B Marvin & Co	
A Smith	
EG Prior & Co	
TN Hibben & Co	
Carswell & Co	
H M Customs	
E L Kirkland	
F J Stannard	
Bank of B C	
R Atwood	
D E Campbell	
DH Ross & Co	
Cleaning latrines, Government Offices, James Bay	
do Law Courts, Victoria	
Inspecting horses at Nanaimo, §20; expenses §8	
do at Victoria	
Inspecting horses at Colwood	
do on Saanich Road   	
Discount on surplus silver, §1,500 at ^ per cent	
Expense incurred in suppressing fire at Regent's Park	
Services in connection with University Convention	
Hire of chairs, do 	
Making and delivering coffin for J Dougan shot at Shawnigan.
Burial of destitute person at Nelson	
do do Donald	
do do Victoria	
do       2 do New Westminster	
do       4 do Kamloops	
Conveying books and safe to new office, Donald	
do        safes do New Westminster....
do do do do
do        books City Hall, Vancouver	
Making coffin for destitute person, Steveston   	
Burial of do 	
Conveying do to New Westminster	
Satchel for Collector, Revelstoke	
Repairing clock, Govt. Office,     do 	
Brought forward 	
XIII -MISCELLANEOUS- Continued
Vote No. 203 Miscellaneous (not detailed in Estimates)
Continued.
1 Directory of B.C.,
Cleaning out well,
do      Govt. Offices
do do
do do
Re-erecting flag pole,
do
do
do 	
do 	
Lytton	
Yale	
do 	
do 	
Expenses incurred, obtaining specimens of ores for exhibition purposes
Allowance for loss of time through breaking his leg while on duty as
Special Constable	
Horse for use of Govt, messenger, to replace one sent to N. W. Asylum
Lithographing 2,000 maps, San Juan and Jordan tiivers	
do 50,000 Law Stamps       	
do plans for Lands and Works Department	
Sweeping chimneys, Attorney-General's Department	
do Government buildings, James Bay	
Lumber for shed for storing assay plant, acids, etc., New Westminster
In payment for a map of part of Kootenay District	
Shooting and burying glandered horse	
Uniform for Sergt. Langley, Provincial Police	
2 suits of uniform for Provincial Police	
Badges do 	
2 dozen photographs, E. G. Prior for Bisley Team	
3 dozen Views of B.C., do 	
Hire of team for burial of destitute person, Kamloops	
Horse for use of Constable Hunter, Granite Creek	
Investigating a supposed case of leprosy, Port Haney	
Repairs to Government flag	
Freight on safe for Govt. Office, Enderby	
Hauling      do do 	
Chemicals, sponges, polish, etc., Law Courts, Victoria	
do        lime, etc., do. 	
Horse hire for Constable Burr, taking over boarding school, Cache C'k
Binding Statutes for Clinton Office	
Gold bags, Donald Offiee	
Repairing saddle for Constable Dennis	
Amount paid to W. W. Sprague to bind agreement to convey lots to
Government at Ainsworth	
Searching for body of S. Gray, Thetis Island	
Force pump for prevention of fire, Richfield Court House	
Freight on horse for Govt, messenger	
Dominion flag, Court House, Yale	
Fitting keys	
Rules for use re Wide Tire Act   	
Law books for Land Registry Office, New Westminster	
do do do 	
Duty on   do do do 	
Discount on cheques and money orders	
do mutilated U.S. note	
do various drafts	
Express charges on 2 iron bedsteads (samples)	
Soap, etc., Provincial Secretary's Department	
do        Law Courts, Victoria	
Carried forward.
1,751 06
5 00
10 00
75 00
15 00
28 00
10 00
10 00
6 50
7 50
7 00
7 50
10 00
20 00
8 75
15 00
27 50
29 00
80 75
4 00
5 00
4 50
5 00
7 50
3 00
5 00
5 00
1 00
3 00
5 00
1 00
3 00
3 00
25 00
200 00
180 00
150 00
100 00
87 50
50 00
4 00
51 00
40
60 00
7 60
30 00
50 00
12 00
5 00
10 00
10 00
60 00
25 00
8 00
9 00
20 00
11 50
15 50
4 00
5 50
1 00
10 00
5 00
7 50
10 25
2 60
12 50
1 25
1 00
18 00
2 40
70
2
2 00
2 35
1 00
6 00
9 95
1,946 061  2,898 25 47,270 51
47,270 51 55 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
149
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
%  cts.
$   cts.
§   cts.
Wells, Fargo & Co
J J Walsh	
E G Prior & Co	
P McNeilly	
1,946 oe
2,898 25
1 80
1 00
75
75
1 25
6 25
1  50
4 30
1 00
18 50
128 62
85
3 50
2 90
3 50
1 25
2 50
2 30
4 00
12 50
2 40
1 00
46 80
56 50
42 00
12 50
56 00
30 00
16 00
6 00
4 00
4 00
1 35
39 00
73 80
30 00
47,270 51
3,518 62
2,000 00
360 00
2,377 00
785 20
XIII.—MISCELLANEOUS.—ConUnued.
Vote No. 203.— Miscellaneous not detailed in Estimates.—
Concluded.
Campbell & Anderson ...
T A Muir & Co	
Pitcher, etc.,                     Land Registry Office, New Westminster	
Chloride of lime,                            do                                do               	
Toilet soap,                        Government Offices,                do
Padlocks,                                          do                                do
Opening safe and repairs,              do                                do               	
Cleaning and fitting stoves, etc.,   do                                do              ....
Brooms, etc.,                                   do                                do
Keys, etc.,                                        do                                do              ....
Pitcher, tumblers, etc.,                  do                                do
Towels and cotton,                          do                                do               	
Binding,                                           do                                do-             	
Japan tin sign & frosting lights,    do                                   do                	
Expressage on effects to Court House, Vancouver 	
J D Rae	
T Ovens	
Corbett & Cliff	
W & G Wolfenden	
SH Webb	
W Rae	
Davis & Taylor	
W S Patterson	
Hudson Bay Co	
H McDowell &Co	
G J Wilson	
TN Hibben & Co	
"Colonist".  	
" Times "	
Subscription to " Colonist,"                                      do            	
" News-Advertiser " ....
" World "
" Vernon News"	
"Can. Mining Review" .
do            "Miner,"                                     Attorney-General's Office
do            " Canadian Mining Review," Provincial Secretary's Office
Henderson Directory Co.
R T Williams	
Do          	
Vote No. 264a.—Compensation for improvements on Sec.
98, IJstjfnima.lt District.
Mrs H H Wootton
WW Spinks...
Vote No. 204h.— Gratuity to the wife of the late H. H.
Wootton.
Vote No. 204c— Commission Revising Mining Raws.
582 00
680 00
500 00
300 00
315 00
G B Wright	
J M Kellie	
do •                                    do                       §150, 57 days @ $10
do                       	
W Wilson	
do                                                                                    63 days @ §5
Vote No. 204d.—Settlement of Robert Deleter's claim for
services as Foreman in 1878-79 in connection
with Reed, Rros. & Co.'s Contract on Cofferdam Works, Esquimalt.
L	
1,946 06
56,311 SS 150
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts
Drake, Jackson
Hehn-
[cken
J Stevens.
J Brown	
A G M Spragge ...
M E Blair	
Sinclair & Tappon
Pay Lists	
D W McDonald
E Duclos ......
Brouaht forward	
XIII.—MISCELLANEOUS— Continued.
Vote No. 204e.--Iu settlement of Esquimalt Gravlrg
Dock Claims.
Amount paid over to them for settlement of claims.
(Particulars of Payments.)
Mrs. C. Booth	
Shaw & Kuna	
McQuade & Son	
John Nicholson	
A. & W. Wilson	
George Nicholson	
Oppenheimer Bros	
Joseph Nicholson	
Geo. Stelly	
Hudson's Bay Co	
Davie & Bodwell  	
C. McK. Smith	
Bank of British North America	
Stewart & Braden	
Price Bros	
C. Hay ward   	
J. P. Booth	
William Van Allman	
Turner, Beeton & Co	
Robert Porter	
F. Norris	
M. Rowland	
Walker and Robertson	
W. C. Bryant	
James Bueas	
Robert Foster   	
Kinsman & Styles	
James Stewart (per A. D. Strachan)	
C. Booth	
Joseph Dwyer	
J. P. Walls	
Davie & Pooley	
Findlay, Durham & Brodie	
Peter Steele	
I. &F. Wilson	
J. Spratt's Estate	
Borde & Morley	
J. R. Hett's Estate	
D. M. Eberts	
A. S. Farwell	
Drake, Jackson & Helmeken    ..
F. B. McNamee & Co	
$ 97 00
175 00
250 00
7,100 00
108 00
125 00
240 65
519 2
144 26
170 50
250 00
15 00
464 40
30 00
150 00
389 96
81 12
23 00
65 00
60 00
14 00
20 00
22 00
22 00
19 00
15 00
168 00
35 00
500 00
280 00
50 00
14 00
15 00
40 00
110 00
26 00
20 00
100 00
17 00
300 00
525 00
9,627 02
Remaining in the hands of H. D. Helmeken for payment of-
H. C. Wilson's claim	
Schooner Discovery's claim	
Total.
81 35
22 00
.$22,500 00
No Vote.- Compensation to ,1. Stevens for loss sustained
by the burning of brush on. road being built by
Government in 1885.
Payment as above  	
No Vote.—Interest on Deposits, "Suitors Fund Act, 1890.
Interest on §2,000 deposited in Treasury, 2 months @3 per cent	
do 763.40 do 4 do 	
do 1,101.00 do 8 do 	
do 12,044.00 do 6 do 	
Act 51   Vic.—Aid  to   Quartz   Mining (Reduction Works
Cariboo).
Workmen on
Construction of building, per contract,
Supplying 80,000 bricks @ $28 per M.,
Cariboo Reduction Works
do
do
Carried forward
10 00
7 63
22 02
180 66
4,188 52
4,950 00
2,240 00
11,378 52
800 00
79,331 64 55 Vict.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
151
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$ cts.
$   cts.
I B Nason	
Albion Iron Works	
Langley & Co	
Braden & Stamford .
Marshutz & Cautrell	
EG Prior & Co	
XIII—MISCELLANEOUS.-Co»cJM<Jc«.
Act 51  Vict.—Aid. to Quarts Mining (Reduction   Works,
Cariboo).—Concluded.
Lumber, frame timbers, etc.,                           Cariboo Reduction Works.
Engine fittings and furnace castings,                                    do
Chlorine generator, Ainsworth scales, chemicals, etc.,    do
Making three lead tanks for chlorinating, lead, etc.,       do
Silvering coper plates, screw, hand-wheels, etc.,              do
Copperine, scales, etc.,                                                         do
100 cords of wood,                                                                do
Stove, piping, tank, etc.                                                       do
Platform scales, oil, paint, tools, nails, etc.,                     do
Grindstone and stand,                                                          do
Tools, brooms, oil, etc.,                                                        do
Charcoal,                                                                                do
do                                                                                     do
Tin buckets,                                                                     do
Making cover for scales and two canvas niters,                 do
Bench, trestles, etc.,                                                        do
Hauling 181 cords of wood,                                                  do
do       building materials, 18-J- days @ $6,                      do
do                    do               334      „     5,                     do
do                     do                  2"       „      6,                       do
Repairing tools and general blacksmithing work,            do
Cutting and splitting wood,                                                 do
Labour as carpenter, 16 days @ $5,                                     do
do       roaster,     18       ,,      4,                                     do
do                           5       „      3.50,                                do
Freight,                                                                                  do
do                                                                                        do
do                                                                                        do
do                                                                                        do
do                                                                                        do
do                                                                                        do
do                                                                                        do
do                                                                                        do
do                                                                                  do
do                                                                                        do
do                                                                                  do
Postage stamps,                                                                    do
Premium on policy for $10,000,                                           do
do                    10,000,                                           do
Clearing and forwarding machinery, ex "Umatilla,"      do
Vote No. 205.—Immigration.
Allowance for office contingencies as Agent-General, London, 12 months
Salary as Immigration Agent, New Westminster, 12 months @ $100...
2,000 copies of New Year's illustrated supplement of " Colonist"	
100                     do                                    do                    " Inland Sentinel"
Honorarium for services in compiling pamphlet on British Columbia..
1,946 06
143 37
11,378 52
1,910 53
493 67
822 47
326 52
111 54
128 11
200 00
96 00
493 90
4 00
26 38
3 76
22 50
4 50
2 00
50 60
181 00
111 00
167 50
12 00
757 10
9 00
80 00
72 00
17 50
587 52
334 79
264 80
5 22
6 00
5 75
24 00
9 00
31 81
2 00
13 25
3 00
275 00
275 00
2 00
79,331 64
J Bibby	
J Rowe	
R Blair	
J Reid	
D W McDonald	
E Deslorier	
Do        	
E R Ward	
A Mclntyre	
W B Gladwyn	
Hudson's Bay Co	
0 Copp	
H Moffatt	
A C McDonald	
P Egan	
B C Express Co	
P M Barkerville	
Phoenix Insurance Co ...
Royal Insurance Co	
19,321 29
500 00
1,200 00
165 00
120 00
15 00
100 00
50 00
1 50
10 00
100 00
20 15
12 35
3 05
1 50
M Miller 	
"Colonist"	
" Inland Sentinel"	
A Beanlands, B A	
Conveying destitute family from steamer to Immigrant Home	
C PNCo	
G Powell & Co	
D H Ross & Co	
H Jewell	
2,298 55
2,089 43
100,951 48
Audit Office,
18th December, 1891.
J. McB. SMITH,
Auditor. 55
Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
153
APPROPRIATION   AND   EXPENDITURE
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED 30th JUNE, 1891.
STATEMENT of Appropriation and Expenditure from  1st July, 1890, to 30tli June, 1891 ;
showing also the sums unexpended and over-expended.
No
of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Total
Appropriation
Total
Expenditure.
Unexpended.
Over-
Expended.
1
I.—Public Debt.
$ 89,878 55
44,553 00
400 00
1,000 00
« 89,878 55
38,248 24
993 72
951 05
2
$ 6,304 76
48 96
4
II.—Civil Government (Salaries).
135,S31 55
130,071 56
1,500 00
17,442 47
8,400 00
12,900 00
6,124 00
14,452 75
2,700 00
525 00
9,965 17
7,440 00
4,200 00
2,700 00
1,320 00
6,541 10
6,353 71
593 72
1,500 00
17,470 00
8,520 00
12,900 00
6,360 00
18,306 00
2,700 00
525 00
9,970 00
7,260 00
4,500 00
2,700 00
1,320 00
5,500 00
6
27 53
120 00
7
9
235 67
3,853 25
10
11
12
13
4 83
300 00
14
15
16
17
1,041 10
III.—Administration of Justice (Salaries).
99,631 00
96,210 82
4,541 28
1,221 10
19
11,725 00
2,500 00
2,800 00
2,400 00
1,800 00
7,720 00
840 00
8,942 00
840 00
12,990 00
5,384 00
6,580 00
2,160 00
4,980 00
2,760 00
2,160 00
6,506 00
1,440 00
1,620 00
4,200 00
12,240 20
2.500 00
2,800 00
2,490 00
1,080 00
7,108 00
840 00
8,932 00
840 00
12,530 32
5,284 00
4,462 50
2,160 00
4,245 00
2,760 00
2,160 00
6,410 00
1,440 00
1,372 00
3,950 00
20
Sheriffs	
21
22
23
720 00
611 50
24
26
10 00
27
28
459 68
100 00
1,127 50
29
30
31
32
735 00
38
34
35
96 00
36
37
248 00
250 00
38
IV.—Legislation.
89,347 00
85,594 52
4,357 68
605 20
39
19,800 00
3,426 00
500 00
7,500 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
19,800 00
3,722 50
10 00
7,123 51
3,671 10
2,097 37
40
41
490 00
376 99
42
43
44
1,097 37
V.—Public Institutions (Maintenance).
33,225 00
36,423 98
866 99
4,065 97
45
4,500 00
1,000 00
1,200 00
9,500 00
5,041 25
432 44
1,281 31
11,377 83
46
567 56
46a
47
1,877 83
16,200 00
18,132 83
667 56
2,500 39 154
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
No
of
Vote.
49
50
51
52
53
55
55a
55b
56
57a
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
90
91
92
93
94
95
100
101
103
104
105
SERVICE.
VI.—Hospitals and Charities.
Hospital, Victoria	
Do.      New Westminster	
Cariboo	
Nanaimo	
Kamloops	
Vancouver	
In aid of destitute poor and sick	
Do.     deaf and dumb	
Do.    Refuge Home, Victoria	
Do.    Resident Physician, Clinton ...
Do. do. Okanagan.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
VII.—Administration of Justice (other than Salaries.)
Summoning and Paying Jurors and Witnesses	
Prosecution and Interpreters	
Expenses of Inquests	
Criminal Punishments	
Rewards	
Keep of Prisoners	
Rents ,	
Special Constables	
Transport of Constables and Prisoners	
.Miscellaneous	
VIII.—Education.
Education Office	
Victoria City District	
Victoria District 	
Esquimalt District	
Cowichan District	
Nanaimo District	
Comox District	
New Westminster City District .
Vancouver City District	
New Westminster District	
Yale District 	
Lillooet District	
Cariboo District	
Kootenay District	
Cassiar District	
IX.—Transport.
Charges on Remittances	
Travelling Expenses of Officers on duty .
Keep of Horses 	
X.—Rent.
Government House, Victoria	
XL—Revenue Services.
Commission, Courts of Appeal, Travelling Exps., Miscellaneous
XII.—Public Works.
Works and Buildings.
Repairs to Government Buildings, Victoria	
Do. do. New Westminster	
Do. do. Nanaimo and Wellington	
Do. do. Yale District	
Do. do. Lillooet District	
Do. do. Cariboo District	
Do. do. Kootenay District	
Do. Gaol, Victoria	
Do. do. New Westminster	
Asylum for the Insane (additions and alterations)	
Court House, Vancouver (repairs and fencing- grounds)	
Do. New Westminster (construction)	
Do. do. (furniture) 	
Do. Victoria, (painting exterior and repairs)
Do. and Government Office, Donald (construction)...
Furniture for Government offices   	
improvement of Government Reserves	
Carried forward	
Total
Appropriation
7,500 00
3,000 00
4,000 00
3,500 00
3,000 00
5,000 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
500 00
760 00
300 00
29,550 00
12,000 00
4,000 00
1,000 00
500 00
1,000 00
15,000 00
1,000 00
6,000 00
6,500 00
1,000 00
48,000 00
5,980 00
22,750 00
6,080 00
5,550 00
8,100 00
15,640 00
4,020 00
9,140 00
19,900 00
28,400 00
16,030 00
4,280 00
3,180 00
2,280 00
760 00
152,040 00
300 00
4,500 00
200 00
19,000 00
1,750 00
200 00
400 00
600 00
200 00
100 00
700 00
300 00
500 00
2,500 00
1,000 00
48,000 00
5,000 00
2,600 00
3,000 00
2,300 00
500 00
Total
Expenditure.
7,500 00
3,000 00
4,000 00
3.500 00
3,000 00
5,000 00
513 99
140 00
500 00
750 00
275 00
28,178 !
8,627 20
3,887 25
1,800 05
297 47
565 00
13,112 90
527 00
7,089 00
7,512 01
1,219 95
44,637 83
6,032 44
23,112 87
6,054 00
5,333 78
7,344 30
13,877 65
3,380 00
9,485 55
18,280 77
23,648 46
13,493 26
1,460 00
3,092 65
2,220 00
86 00
136,901 73
128 89
4,521 94
36 76
16,435 50
1,778 65
78 76
240 52
623 67
198 70
73 75
486 42
200 85
497 74
2,558 02
958 05
31,678 93
835 53
2,538 06
3,058 36
3,393 20
354 66
Unexpended.
Over-
Expended.
49,553 !
486 01
860 00
25 00
1,371 01
3,372 80
112 75
202 53
435 00
1,887 10
473 00
6,483 18
26 00
166 22
755 70
1,762 35
640 00
1,619 23
4,751 54
2,536 74
2,820 00
87 35
60 00
674 00
15,899 13
171 11
io3 24
121 24
159 48
1 30
26 25
213 58
99 15
2 26
41 95
16,321 07
4,164 47
61 94
1,089 00
1,012 01
219 95
3,121 01
52 44
362 87
28 65
'2367
58 02
21,358 03
58 36
1,093 20
1,261 90 55 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
155
No.
of
Vote.
106
107
108
109
110
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
126c
126d
126E
126P
126o
126II
126l
128a
128b
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
168
164
165
166
167
167a
167b
168
169
170
Brought forward	
XII.—Public Works.—Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Concluded.
Insurance of Government buildings	
Public Schools, Vancouver (site, construction and furniture).
Do. Victoria (steam heating, furniture, etc.)	
Do. New Westminster (site, construc'n, furniture, &c)
Do. Kamloops (addition and furniture)	
Do. Nicomin, (construction)	
Do. Clayton, do. 	
Do. Rosedale, do. 	
Do. Golden, do. 	
Do. Agassiz, do. 	
Do. East Chilliwhack,   do. 	
Do. Howe Sound, do. 	
Do. Serpentine, do. 	
Do. Walworth, do. 	
Do. Port Kells, do. 	
Do. South Courtenay,   do. 	
Do. Gabriola Island,       do. 	
Do. Sea Island, do. 	
Do. Belmont, do. 	
Do. throughout the Province (repairs, furniture, &c.)
Hospital, Cariboo, (fever ward, construction)	
Public School, East Wellington (addition)	
Do. Revelstoke (construction)	
Do. Lulu Island do 	
Do. Union Mines, Comox    do 	
Do. Anniedale do 	
Do. Kamloops (purchase of site)	
Addition to building for constable at Alert Bay	
Hospital, Kamloops (repairs and alterations)	
Boring Artesian Wells	
Government House, Victoria.
Repairs to Building	
Furniture	
Fuel and Light 	
Water	
Improving Grounds	
Fencing	
Gardener 	
Miscellaneous	
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.
Victoria District (including$3,000 for Lake Hill Road).
Esquimalt District	
Cowichan District	
Salt Spring Island, and Islands at Plumper Pass	
Nanaimo District	
Alberni District	
Comox District	
New Westminster District	
Yale District	
Spallumeheen and Okanagan Mission Bridges	
Lillooet District	
Cariboo District	
Cassiar District	
Kootenay District	
Main Trunk Road	
Victoria and Esquimalt Trunk Road	
Victoria-Nanaimo Trunk Road	
Nanaimo-Alberni Trunk Road 	
Newr Westminster and Vancouver Trunk Road	
Ladner's to Hope Trunk Road	
Saanich Main Road	
Colonization Roads, Vancouver Island	
Do. Cowichan Lake	
Campbell River Road, Nicola	
Municipalities throughout the Province	
Somas River bridge, Alberni	
Osoyoos Lake Bridge (near Kruger's)	
Kettle River bridges (two)	
Alberni-Comox Road	
Comox-Campbell River Road	
Vancouver-North Arm Road	
Hastings to McLaren's Mill Road	
Wharf at Hornby Island	
Wharf at Westham Island	
Wharf at North-West Bay	
Total
Appropriation
Carried forward.
2,000 00
28,500 00
7,170 00
5,775 00
1,500 00
700 00
700 00
700 00
900 00
700 00
700 00
700 00
700 00
700 00
700 00
700 00
700 00
740 00
700 00
5,000 00
500 00
700 00
3,000 00
700 00
1,500 00
750 00
800 00
200 00
1,600 00
5,000 00
144,285 00
500 00
500 00
700 00
200 00
200 00
250 00
600 00
50 00
3,000 00
11,000 00
9,000 00
10,000 00
1,800 00
6,000 00
1,500 00
8,500 00
17,000 00
17,000 00
4,500 00
8,500 00
7,000 00
1,300 00
18,000 00
22,000 00
1,000 00
500 00
1,500 00
1,000 00
4,000 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
2,000 00
3,350 00
7,000 00
2,0:0 oo
2,400 00
2,500 00
1,000 00
2,160 00
4,000 00
1,000 00
1,500 00
700 00
700 00
Total
Expenditure.
183,410 00
2,725 25
26,822 46
7,262 05
5,370 96
964 67
700 00
645 00
663 00
943 37
678 00
698 00
700 00
700 00
665 00
750 00
633 50
712 50
740 00
701 00
3,591 93
500 00
684 00
3,046 87
695 00
1,494 00
660 00
800 00
203 40
1,500 00
5,457 01
121,260 84
206 80
158 84
683 50
96 67
189 28
41 67
600 00
24 50
2,001 26
11,218 06
8,553 81
9,913 40
1,597 95
5,991 02
1,516 61
8,367 21
16,798 91
16,936 87
4,316 50
8,038 66
6,991 04
593 00
17,525 96
23,230 24
983 19
158 75
1,280 42
1.000 00
4.001 98
1,003 00
1,495 73
3,331 10
7,000 00
1,950 00
2,300 00
2,400 00
991 11
2,159 00
3,995 60
999 41
1,341 35
700 00
699 25
179,384 13
Unexpended.
$21,358 03
1,677 54
404 04
535 33
55 00
37 00
22 00
2 00
35 00
6650
1,408 07
16 00
5 00
6 00
90 00
25,717 51
293 20
341 16
16 50
103 33
10 72
208 33
25 50
441 09
86 60
202 05
132 79
201 19
63 13
183 50
461 34
8 96
707 00
474 04
16 81
341 25
219 58
1,000 00
504 27
18 90
50 00
100 00
100 00
8 89
1 00
4 40
59
158 65
.,495 76
Over-
Expended.
$1,261 90
725 25
92 05
60 00
iz 50
3 40
457'01
16 61 156
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
No.
of
Vote.
171
172
173
174
175
175a
175b
177
178
179.
180
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
204a
204b
204C
204D
204E
No Vote
No Vote
Act 51V.
205
Brought forward	
XII.—Public Works—Concluded.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Concluded.
Chilcotin River Bridge	
Soda Creek   Ferry Subsidy	
Canoe Creek, do. 	
Chimney Creek,   do. 	
Thompson River, do. 	
North Arm, Bridge, Fraser River	
Bridge, Parson's Bridge 	
Surveys.
Throughout the Province.
XIII.—Miscellaneous.
Advertising.
Stationery...
Telegrams	
Fuel and Light	
Library, Legislative and Departmental	
Library, Attorney-General's Department	
Refunds	
Premium on Guarantee Bonds	
Fire Department, Nanaimo	
Do. New Westminster	
Do. Vancouver	
Do. Barkerville	
Do. Kamloops	
Do. Quesnelle	
Reporting Judges' decisions	
Agricultural Societies    	
Fruit Growers' Association	
Telephone Service	
British Columbia Agricultural Association	
Destruction of Wolves and Panthers in settled Districts	
In aid of Militia	
In aid of prospecting and explorations	
Superannuation allowance to late messenger, D. Deasy	
In aid of communication with remote settlements	
Copying records for Registry Office, Vancouver	
Miscellaneous (not detailed in Estimates) 	
Provincial Exhibit at Imperial Institute, London   	
Compensation for improvements on Sec. 98, Esquimalt District.
Gratuity to wife of the late H. H. Wootton	
Commission revising Mining Laws	
Settlement of Robert Dexter's claim for services as foreman in
1878-79, in connection with Reed Bros. & Co.'s contract on
Cofferdam Works, Esquimalt	
In settlement of Esquimalt Graving Dock claims	
Compensation to J. Stevens for loss sustained by the burning of
brush on road being built by Government in 1885	
Interest on deposits " Suitors' Fund Act, 1890 "	
Aid to Quartz Mining, Reduction Works, Cariboo	
Immigration	
Total
Appropriation
$183,410 00
1,000 00
300 00
300 00
600 00
300 00
4,500 00
1,500 00
191,810 00
4,500 00
6,000 00
3,500 00
2,500 00
3,200 00
500 00
250 00
2,500 00
800 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
250 00
250 00
2,600 00
500 00
800 00
1,250 00
750 00
600 00
1,000 00
480 00
1,200 00
7,000 00
3,000 00
5,000 00
2,000 00
360 00
2,000 00
785 20
22,500 00
3,700 00
82,575 00
Total
Expenditure.
$179,384 IS
300 00
300 00
300 00
4,274 00
1,611 66
186,169 79
4,673 95
8,467 17
3,797 26
1,349 54
3,815 12
826 94
250 98
2,568 71
760 50
500 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
250 00
2,600 00
500 00
839 00
1,250 00
665 00
600 00
337 95
480 00
1,220 00
10,018 39
3,518 62
2,000 00
360 00
2,377 00
785 20
22,500 00
300 00
220 31
19,321 29
2,298 55
100,951 48
Unexpended.
$5,495 76
500 00
226 66
7,221 76
1,150 46
500 00
•250 66'
85 00
66205'
1,401 45
9,088 46
Over-
Expended.
$1,469 89
1,581 55
173 95
2,467 17
297 26
615 12
326 94
20 00
3,018 39
518 62
220 31
19,321 29
Audit Office,
18th December, 1891.
J. McB. Smith,
Auditor. 54 Vict.
Public Accounts, 1st July to 31st December, 1890.
157
UNPROVIDED   ITEMS
IN EXPENDITURE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED 30tii JUNE, 1891.
STATEMENT of Services, the Expenditures of which have exceeded their Appropriations,
from 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891, and for which over-expenditure the sanction of
Parliament is required.
SERVICE.
I-—Public Debt.
Premium and Exchange.
-Civil Government (Salaries).
Revenue Services	
Temporary Departmental Assistance.
-Administration of Justice (Salaries).
Supreme and County Courts	
Superintendence of Police and Gaols.
-Legislation.
Mileage	
Contingent Fund	
Journals and Statutes Binding .
-Public Institutions (Maintenance).
Printing Office, Victoria	
Provincial Museum	
Asylum for the Insane, New Westminster .
-Administration of Justice (other than Salaries).
Expenses of Inquests	
Special Constables	
Transport of Constables and Prisoners	
Miscellaneous	
VIII.—Educaton.
Education Office	
Victoria City District	
New Westminster City District .
IX. —Transport.
Travelling Expenses of Officers on Duty.
XII.—Public Works.
Works and Buildings.
Repairs to Government Buildings, Victoria	
do do Yale District.
Additions to Asylum for the Insane	
Court House and Government Office, Donald....
Furniture for Government Offices	
Insurance of Government Buildings 	
Public Schools, Victoria	
Do. Golden	
Do. Port Kells	
Do. Gabriola Island	
Do. Belmont	
Do. Revelstoke	
Addition to building for Constable at Alert Bay .
Boring Artesian Wells	
Carried forward.
i    180 00
1,041 10
515 20
90 00
297 50
2,671 10
1,097 37
541 25
81 31
1,877 83
800 05
1,089 00
1,012 01
219 95
52 44
362 87
345 65
28 65
23 67
58 02
58 36
1,093 20
726 25
92 05
43 37
50 00
12 50
1 00
46 87
3 40
467 01
$593 72
605 20
4,065 97
760 86
21 94
2,693 35 158
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
Brought forward	
XII.—Public Works.—Concluded.
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.
Victoria District	
Alberni District 	
Main Trunk Road	
Ladner's to Hope Trunk Road	
Saanich Trunk Road	
Bridge, Parson's Bridge	
XIII.—Miscellaneous.
Advertising	
Stationery	
Postage	
Fuel and Light	
Library, Legislative and Departmental	
Library, Attorney-General's Department	
Refunds	
Telephone Service	
In aid of communication to remote Settlements
Copying Records for Registry Office, Vancouver
Miscellaneous not detailed in Estimates	
Commission revising Mining Laws	
Interest on deposit, " Suitor's Fund Act, 1890."
Aid to Quartz Mining Reduction Works, Cariboo
|    218 06
16 11
1,230 24
1 98
3 00
111 66
173 95
2,467 17
297 26
616 12
326 94
98
68 71
39 00
20 00
3,018 39
518 62
377 00
220 31
19,321 29
27,464 74
$44,629 !
J. McB. SMITH,
Auditor.
Audit Office,
18th December, 1891. 55 Vict.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June,  1891.
159
Lapsed Balances of appropriations
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED 30th JUNE, 1891.
 0	
STATEMENT of Balances of Appropriations at the credit of the following services, for the
Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1891, which lapsed by authority of Act 53 Vic, Chap. 46,
and Act 54 Vic, Chap. 43.
-Public Debt.
Sinking Fund	
Premium and Exchange
II.—Civil Government (Salaries).
Provincial Secretary and Minister of Mines' Department
Treasury Department	
Attorney-General's Department	
Land Registry Offices (Victoria and New Westminster)...
Asylum for the Insane	
Assay Offices and Reduction Works	
III.
-Administration of Justice (Salaries).
Juvenile Reformatory	
Police and Gaols, Victoria	
Do.
New Westminster
Do.
Kootenay District
Do.
Cariboo          do
Do.
Cassiar           do
Do.
Kamloops,
Do.
Nanaimo, District
Do.
Comox,          do
Do.
Lillooet          do
-Legislation.
Registration of Voters.
Expenses of Elections .
V. -Public Institutions (Maintenance).
Assay Offices	
-Hospitals and Charities.
In aid of Destitute, Poor, and Sick 	
In aid of Deaf and Dumb	
In aid of Resident Physician, Okanagan.
-Administration of Justice (other than Salaries).
Summoning and paying Jurors and Witnesses	
Prosecutions and Interpreters	
Criminal Punishments	
Rewards	
Keep of Prisoners    *	
Rents	
VIII.—Education.
Victoria District.
Esquimalt (io.
Cowichan do.
Nanaimo do.
Comox do.    .
Vancouver City    do.
New Westminster do.
Yale do.    .
Lillooet do.
Cariboo do.
Kootenay do.
Cassiar do.
-Transport.
Charges on Remittances.
Keep of Horses	
IX.-
XI.-
-Revenue Services.
Commission, Courts of Appeal, Expenses, Miscellaneous, etc.
XII.—Public Works.
Works and Buildings.
Repairs to Government Buildings, New Westminster .
Do. do.                 Nanaimo	
Do. do. Lillooet District...
Do. do.                 Cariboo   	
Do. do. Kootenay District.
Carried forward..
§ 0,304 76
48 95
27 53
120 01
235 67
3,853 25
4 83
300 00
720 00
611 50
10 00
459 68
100 00
1,127 50
736 00
96 00
248 00
250 00
490 00
376 99
480 01
860 00
25 00
3,372 80
112 75
202 53
435 00
1,887 10
473 00
26 00
166 22
765 70
762 35
640 00
,619 23
,751 54
536 74
820 00
87 35
60 00
674 00
17 L 11
163 24
121 24
159 48
1 30
26 25
213 58
521 85
Total.
*0,353 71
4,357 68
667
1,371 01
5,483 10
334 35
2,564 50
$43,339 39 160
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1890, to 30th June, 1891.
SERVICE.
XII.—Public Works.—Concluded.
Brought forward.
Works and Buildings.—Concluded.
Repairs to Gaol, Victoria	
Do. do.   New Westminster	
Court House, Vancouver (repairs and fencing grounds) .
Do. New Westminster (construction)	
Do. do. (furniture)	
Do. Victoria (painting exterior, and repairs) ..
Improvement of Government Reserves	
Public School, Vancouver (site, construction, and furniture).
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
New Westminster City (site, construction, and furniture) .
Kamloops (addition and furniture)	
Clayton (construction)	
Rosedale do.
Agassiz do.
East Chilliwhack do.
Walworth do.
South Courtenay do.
Lulu Island do.
Union Mines, Comox do.
Anniedale do.
East Wellington (addition) .
Public Schools throughout the Province.
Government House, Victoria.
Repairs to building	
Furniture 	
Fuel and Light	
Water	
Improving Grounds	
Fencing	
Miscellaneous	
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.
Esquimalt District	
Cowichan       do	
Salt Spring Island and Islands at Plumper Pass..   	
Nanaimo District	
Comox do	
New Westminster District	
Yale District	
Spallumeheen and Okanagan Mission Bridges	
Lillooet District	
Cariboo     do	
Cassiar       do   	
Kootenay  do	
Victoria-Esquimalt Trunk Road	
Victoria-Nanaimo Trunk Road	
Nanaimo-Alberni Trunk Road ,	
Colonization Roads, Vancouver island	
do Cowichan Lake	
Campbell River Road, Nicola	
Somas River Bridge, Alberni	
Osoyoos Lake Bridge (near Kruger's) 	
Kettle River Bridges (two)	
Alberni and Comox Road -9.
Comox and Campbell River Road	
Vancouver-North Arm Road	
Hastings to McLaren's Mill Road	
Wharf at Hornby Island	
do.       North-West Bay	
Chilcotin River Bridge	
Chimney Creek Ferry Subsidy	
North Arm, Bridges, Fraser River	
Surveys.
Surveys throughout the Province .
XIII.—Miscellaneous.
Telegrams   	
Premium on Guarantee Bonds	
Fire Department, Kamloops	
Reporting Judges' Decisions	
Destruction of Wolves and Panthers	
In aid of Prospecting and Explorations	
Provincial Exhibit at Imperial Institute, London .
Immigration	
$521 85
99 16
2 28
41 95
16,321 07
4,164 47
61 94
145 34
1,677 54
404 04
535 33
55 00
37 00
22 00
2 00
35 00
66 50
5 00
6 00
90 00
16 00
1,408 07
293 20
341 16
16 50
103 33
10 72
208 33
25 50
441 09
86 60
202 05
8 98
132 79
201 19
63 13
183 50
461 14
8 96
707 00
474 04
16 81
341 25
219 58
1,000 00
604 27
18 90
60 00
100 00
100 00
8 89
1 00
4 40
59
158 65
75
1,000 00
500 00
226 00
1,150 46
39 50
500 00
250 00
85 00
662 05
6,000 00
1,401 46
Total.
$43,339 39
7,221 76
5,603 02
9,088 46
Audit Office,
18th December,
McB. SMITH,
Auditor.
1891.
VICTORIA, B. C.:
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TABLE NO. I
Comparative Statement of the  Receipts and  Expenditure of the Province of British  Columbia.
From the 20th July to 31st December, 1871, 1872, 1873, 1874, 1875, 1876, 1877, 1878, 1st January to 30th June, 1879, 1879-80 1880-81, 1881-82, 1882-83, 1883-84, 1884-85, and  1885-
RE VENUE.
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 Rever ue	
Rents (exclusive of Land) 	
,,    (Pastoral Leases)	
,,    (Ferries)	
,,     (Timber Leases)	
Free Miners' Certificates	
Mining Receipts, General	
Licences	
Fines, Forfeitures, and Fees	
Fees of Office	
Assay Fees 	
Sale of Government Property	
Reimbursements in aid	
Miscellaneous Receipts	
Sale of School Books	
Marriage Licences	
Road Tolls	
Arrears, Real Estate Tax (1 per cent.) 1865-66 .
Provincial RevenueJTax	
School Tax	
Real Property Tax	
Personal Property Tax	
Income Tax	
Wild Land Tax	
Delinquency on Taxes	
2£ per cent. Commission on Tax Sales	
Printing Office Receipts	
Supreme Court Fees	
County Court Fees	
Law Stamps	
Registry Fees	
Immigration Refunds	
Interest 	
Sumass Dyking Act, 1878, Refunds	
Victoria City Tax	
Real Estate Tax Redemption	
Revenue Service Refunds	
Road Tax 	
Survey Fees	
Asylum for the Insane	
Sale of Consolidated Statutes	
Assessment Act Suspense Account	
Immigration	
Guarantee Premium Refunds	
Graving Dock 	
Chinese Tax	
Bridge Tolls	
Interest on Investment of Sinking Funds	
Tax Sale Deeds	
Chinese Regulation Act, 1884	
1871.
20th July
31st Dec
(six months)
Dominion Government, advance on Graving Dock account (43 Vic, Cap. 8)
Do. do.  ™?ti Graving Dock Settlement (47 Vic, chap. 14)	
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 oc Canada, and
37 Vic, Chap. 1, sec 1, Statutes of British Columbia 	
$16,500 00
17,500 00
24,000 00
50,000 00
8,863 71
2,724 00
4,760 00
8,135 91
9,618 56
7,466 84
2,900 62
2,390 59
214 12
179 49
947 50
28,622 92
5,583 93
191,819 67
191,819 67
Totals .
191,846 79
1872.
1st January
31st Dec.
$31,000 00
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
4,269 22
6,079 76
8,377 50
7,552 50
44,410 00
10,097 16
5,431 16
1,671 59
2,121 54
1,626 71
455 00
714 44
1,949 49
239 45
3,079 96
327,215 64
1873. 1874.
1st January I 1st January
$39,147 22
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
10,636 99
7,235 43
1,630 79
6,715 00
4,937 73
30,368 06
11,264 92
4,701 66
1,251 75
8,060 25
28,363 34
135 00
1,719 83
6,891
42 75
18,096 98
5,000 00
370,150 I
370,150 38
9,611 76
379,782 14
$46,977 69
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
23,617 86
5,985 49
11,187 50
7,786 63
25,387 50
12,197 95
3,935 53
1,268 15
19,330 64
302 70
390 00
1,117 '
2,558 42
1,892 72
147 15
23,068 78
372,417 51
372,417 51
5,449 99
189,150 00
1875.
1st January
31st Dec
$42,029 09
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
19,417 84
4,995 70
865 00
1876.
1st January
8,762 60
7,009 00
26,926 27
11,644 56
5,082 35
1,170 12
10,978 55
248 73
974 50
219 16
1,478 01
1,032 (
7 23
' 17,386 77
351,240 ,92
12,507 24
58,000 00
567,017 50!     760,898 16
$26,896 72
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
10,749 73
6,059 41
10,037 50
7,669 00
29,190 69
12,098 44
3,607 95
1,047 28
13,161 04
189 49
355 00
27,581 54
156 56
16,182 17
9,229 45
8,129 79
454 93
2,118 51
40 71
54 87
27 00
381,119 92
381,119 92
6,192 48
32,850 00
86,000 00
1877.       !        1878.
1st January 1st January
$25,093 56
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
22.119 79
5,414 45
10,087 50
6,909 00
26,896 50
11,345 03
4,338 48
843 19
9,750 47
131 50
535 00
29,070 60
134 26
20,130 00
25,060 92
12,870 45
1,450 15
7,641 20
295 00
4,518 14
10 50
77 79
407 2f
408,348 29
408,348 29
3,761 08
20,000 00
4,600 00
727,500 00
1 ,164,109 37
$25,093 56
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
40,092 56
3,982 01
11,925 00
8,593 75
24,726 20
5,076 22
3,312 90
596 75
1,290 44
7,582 83
174 49
664 65
532 50
32,435 72
119 68
21,092 25
26,389 26
12,186 80
1,265 87
9,530 93
999 10
'"24i'38
1,236 45
527 20
1879.
1st January
to
30th June,
(six months)
$12,546 78
17,500 00
24,000 00
50,000 00
26,034 45
1,689 44
462 50
30 00
4,625 00
2,676 50
10,387 50
856 50
120 50
240 50
287 66
269 19
146 00
70 53
290 00
8,397 45
25 74
15,690 00
10,640 89
11,494 56
569 22
6,883 28
1,083 65
31 44
187 97
683 19
683 05
2,036 24
309 00
2,664 79
1,499 61
28 88
35 70
5 75
307 36
991 19
15 72
55 00
78 75
43 50
117 00
430,785 99
4,226 01
45,500 00
2,536 83
276 00
401 28
448 39
55
2 19
205 91
70 00
413 31
20 00
See below"
213,057 74
213,057 74
*508 13
21 20
1879-80.
1st July
$25,086 23
36,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
22,032 44
3,801 00
628 50
25 56
150 00
1,263 41
9,527 50
5,413 50
25,301 10
2,811 00
59 25
701 25
414 35
899 45
909 25
107 96
530 00
32,168 47
130 90
25,518 00
11,212 68
11,470 03
1.217 85
5.218 45
1,329 23
6 88
475 29
1,894 09
4,570 63
4,742 43
326 30
2,610 57
1,300 00
172 18
39 39
702 60
371 01
25 00
138 00
128 31
440 57
' 2,647' 50
390,907 91
390,907 91
1,576 74
1880-81.
1st July
$25,019 12
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
16,570 38
4,640 25
335 00
180 00
667 59
8,900 00
6,343 50
26,365 00
2,623 46
11 25
866 50
61 25
2,373 01
1,380 07
151 42
745 00
40,065 04
181 93
27,246 00
12,710 80
13,708 06
1,134 85
6,491 46
146 95
5 63
306 70
1,026 10
1.870 86
2.871 95
5,092 50
90 50
1,671 11
7 73
21 28
152 37
228 32
200 00
1,225 18
10 00
146 91
261 80
1,029 24
10 00
397,035 06
512 00  213,587 071  392,484 65
397,035 06
1881-82.
1st July
30th June.
$24,366 33
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
19.178 28
3,927 00
321 15
20 00
75 00
472 00
6,982 50
4,426 50
21,452 50
4,518 00
10 00
808 25
4,510 78
1,468 56
6,608 21
685 00
42,000 67
130 19
28,920 00
828 00
12,244 35
12,934 23
911 78
5,604 75
6 04
7 66
392 97
1,425 28
13 50
3,066 30
5,379 19
159 00
975 29
3,726.94
12 12
81 72
153 00
67 30
355 00
641 70
15 00
1882-83.
1st July
to
30tii J une.
$ 24,995 66
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
26,034 67
2,916 50
310 00
25 00
125 00
593 38
6,625 00
3,430 50
18,665 00
2,929 25
6 00
977 76
229 90
1,277 78
11,618 95
45 48
835 00
39,728 29
125 12
47,613 00
1883-84.
1st July
to
30th June.
i 24,995
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
91,432 67
4,953 50
207 00
150 00
1,820 69
7,607 50
6,292 50
17,770 00
6,098 25
874 35
995 25
3,796 35
13,460 50
34 52
1,175 00
29,408 38
79 04
48,686 00
12,263 94
13,554 43
927 55
5,162 92
774 92
1,356 03
2 62
20 90
2,507 93
170 00
405,583 49
47,660 22
453,243 71
1,378 26
454,621 97
2,847 80
7,582 87
238 50
572 85
93 02
19 75
13 13
462 50
448 56
15 00
13 50
4,125 98
3,098 77
130 00
425,808 15
1,092 17
15,361 90
15,258 27
968 67
5.402 01
24
1,594 74
2,102 98
3,168 80
9,739 19
351 96
76 75
30 13
725 00
44 10
26 00
6,081 97
310 00
503,173 71
134,512 66
260,000 00
;87,686 37
3,593 58
1884-85.
1st July
$ 29,151 00
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
174,579 41
5,341 25
180 00
175 00
674 57
8,155 00
4,601 00
22,215 00
7,220 10
7 50
206 25
1,893 64
3,609 86
1,130 00
22,009 50
5934
64,029 00
17,833 19
16,788 34
939 57
7,657 27
1 22
1,672 72
2,030 20
3,544 96
10,778 81
50 00
3,525 30
151 08
109 76
74 80
430 00
88 75
10 00
4,605 18
90 00
1,780 00
600,398 61
600,398 61
2,398 88
891,279 95
602,797 49
1885-86.
1st July
to
30TIIiJuNE.
$ 29,151 06
36,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
77,602 20
4,686 33
135 00
150 00
3,266 90
18,840 00
8,535 75
28,340 00
6,482 90
77 50
788 89
2,251 64
1,634 76
1,010 00
7,251 61
63 21
65,907 00
22,077 38
16,952 13
1,707 75
8,418 58
8 33
1,408 27
3,405 60
3,688 90
11,160 63
79 83
124 50
67 31
270 00
10 00
5,562 72
30 00
10 00
514,719 52
514,719 52
561 95
156,281 47
EXPENDITURE.
II.-
III.-
IV.-
V,-
VI.-
VII.-
VIII.-
IX.-
X.-
XI.-
XII.-
-PublicDebt:—
Interest 	
Sinking Fund "Loan Act, 1874," including Interest invested
Do.        (Trustees' account), "Loan Act, 1877,"	
Do. do. do.    Interest invested
Premium and Exchange	
Discount and Commission	
* Redemption of Debentures	
—Civil Government (Salaries)	
—Administration of Justice (Salaries)	
—Legislation	
1871.
20th July
31st Dec.
(six MONTHS)
$ 2,873 !
-Public Institutions (Maintenance):
Assay Office	
Printing Office	
Lunatic Asylum	
-Hospitals and Charities 	
-Administration of Justice (other than Salaries):-
Administration of Justice	
Police and Gaols	
-Education	
-Transport	
-Rent   	
-Revenue Services .
-Public Works :—
Works and Buildings	
Government House, Victoria	
Roads, Streets, and Bridges	
Surveys 	
Do.     Sumass Dyking Scheme	
** Graving Dock 	
Do. Contract No. 3 (42 Vic., c. 20).
-Miscellaneous —
Miscellaneous Expenditure	
Drawbacks and Refund of Duties .
Real Estate Tax Redemption	
Immigration	
Royal Commission (Texada)	
Municipalities	
t Indian Commission  	
X Kootenay Royal Commission  ...
Allowances   	
Office Contingencies 	
Pensions, Gratuities, &c 	
2,767 85
9,889 65
2,578 06
2,632 03
117 62
712 88
2,858 13
21,234 70
12,676 22
412 25
1,601 66
20 00
143 65
Deposits repaid   	
Sinking Fund (Trustees' Account) Loan of 1877, Interest invested .
Dominion Savings Bank, Interest invested, Loan Act, 1874	
* Redemption.
British Columbia Loan Act, 1874 	
$97,691 81
1872.
1st January
$ 8,194 89
101,935 85
14,816 10
4,912 40
35,266 62
25,435 78
7,164 86
1,151 60
353 24
24,125 70
153,870 71
36,732 33
185 29
18 00
2,938 16
1,890 16
886 19
485 00
1873.
1st January
31st Dec
$     688 ■
4,111 51
14,045 63
6,611 45
25,074 52
39,999 89
5,094 60
498 53
1,471 63
21,545 79
100,601 11
11,371 49
42,949 13
6,948 92
2,032 31
3.00 00
372,618 64
8,299 98
1874.
1st January
$     563 79
11,206 79
681 63
2,689 31
4,293 85
12,067 67
6,234 11
21,393 11
38,908 30
5,678 63
344 50
5,532 02
290,354 40
32,202 55
3,494 56
1,451 18
380,918 62
583,355 89
925 68
1875.
1st January
1876.
1st January
$  8,853 50,   814,943 '
see below *    see below
87,099 73
91,190 07
14,111 59        16,997 14
572 87
5,578 58
6,885 98
17,679 18
5,669 20
20,288 77
38,891 42
4,401 09
354 50
4,327 85
266,888 89
31,493 05
37,110 90
5,735 44
44 00
10,000 00
614,658 89
1,217 65
773 58
1,912 43
9,926 93
7,889 60
18,083 56
44,506 11
3,101 09
274 20
7,178 02
46,174 04
289,980 44
14,302 39
106,532 68
30,680 30
2,140 00
150 00
5,250 00
2,108 70
829,276 54
728,310 01
1,799 95
66,600 00
6,709 90
1877.
1st January
31st Dec.
$ 40,674 I
7,275 00
% 36,875'66
i,442 16
16,671 47
631 20
1,433 63
9,357 55
8,268 31
25,891 05
47,129 63
3,231 19
229 20
9,457 31
40,396 75
205,891 41
18,825 33
443 11
40,142 44
56,806 83
2,240 00
' 7,750'66
685,046 34
13,298 40
698,344 74
1878.
1st January
I 52,072
543 00
14,550 00
368 68
488 60
65,500 00
776 4S
2,144 29
10,168 66
15,158 96
9,814 19
21,827 14
43,334 01
2,269 30
78 50
6,756 78
14,444 36
77,832 54
3,008 38
1,877 72
18,871 21
0,734 76
1,000 00
' 2,625'06
841 55
514,878 83
4,091 35
1879.
1st January
to
30th June,
(six months)
$ 24,467 ■
7,275 00
351 33
400 25
25,000 00
19,663 36
18,791 26
12,676 37
551 04
655 95
2,905 14
6,013 75
7,433 72
22,110 70
408 62
24 25
1,301 25
4,079 09
20,227 69
320 82
629 00
4,633 27
186,716 20
1,646 50
1879-80
1st July
$48,235 00
543 00
14,560 00
see below.
832 50
842
20,000 00
40,948 63
44,343    4
12,990 59
754 66
672 86
6,466 72
17,853 62
37,115 53
46,751 12
3,718 28
48 50
7,499 65
8,405 39
372 79
97,697 07
131 00
1,895 36
14,018 78
446,674 !
8,013 74
2,501 27
54 36
1880-81.
1st July
30th June.
1881-82.
1st July
$47,010 00
543 00
14,550 00
see below.
617 64
243 19
41,468 27
44,620 34
12,776 46
579 89
1,780 49
6.213 59
29,133 27
47,157 07
1,651 06
84 60
7,519 96
11,308 52
700 00
67,339 26
565 75
1,929 75
4,297 82
980 79
48 45
457,144 36:     379,807 93
$45,473 89
619 48
14,550 00
2,431 45
240 00
488 97
20,000 00
42,626 46
47,166 54
13,320 45
443 90
1,305 30
5,170 52
15,823 94
21,837 02
49,265 24
1,843 28
822 60
3,978 38
18,270
4,072
76,915
696
300
19,151
48,596
19,017 67
474,428 23
68 56
1882-83.
1st July
1883-84.
1st July
\
$ 46,946 61
594 56
14,550 00
3,047 21
173 26
483 44
5,500 00
44,088 82
46,380 49
17,3S2 80
559 77
1,379 46
5,862 51
17,147 25
31,046 15
50,823 62
1,679 99
773 60
3,973 70
21,313 35
7,620 48
112,258 77
956 11
60,836 91
80,690 33
28,032 93
694,101 92
1,071 79
474,491 79:  595,173 71
47,584 22
724 65
14,550 00
. 5,900 32
180 00
513 50
12,600 00
47,322 93
48,917 80'
14,313 21
496 06
1,691 64
6,587 85
17,757 58
48,562 12
68,361 23]
5,510 641
48 50
4,584 51
32,007 14
3,391 69
177,071 78
2,791 33
1884-85.
1st July
30th June.
$ 45,327 00
699 86
14,550 00
4 448 32
240 00
583 77
55,851 06
58,888 88
14,414 27
196 25
2,469 26
7,077 98
17,326 50
45,904 87
71,151 52
4,087 88
48 60
8,219 37
69,160 02
4,256 41
180,379 04
3,317 83
364 60
1,684 87
87,210 95        46,849 27
590,629 02,     665,437 86
1st  July
to
30th June
$ 49,137 41
727 42
14,550 00
5,368 30
150 00
489 01
** Graving Dock in 1872, $3,752 19, expenses for preliminary survey, advertising, &c, brought to account in Works and Buildings Expenditure.
Do. 1873,   2,715 35,       do. do. do. do. ($215.35) in Works and Buildings, and ($2,500) in Miscellaneous
t Indian Commission in 1877, $11,405 77, brought to account in Miscellaneous Expenditure.
Do. 1878,     2,170 55 do. do.
Do. 1879,        650 00 do. do.
t Kootenay Royal Commission, 1879, $142 92.    do. do.
IT This item ($36,375) being 4 per cent, discount on Loan of 1877 for £150,000     $29,100 00
1       ,,        commission to Bank B. C. on ,,             7 275 00
$36,375 00
is charged to "Miscellaneous Expenditure" in the Ledger, but was omitted in the Account Current and Detailed Statements for 1877
as published. The amount of the Loan for 1877 is entered in the Account Current for that year as $691,125, instead of $727,500, and
" Miscellaneous Services" at $55,806.83, instead of $92,181.83, as entered in the Ledger; Discount and Commission, $36,375, having
been left out.
The following Expenditure in connection with the Loan of 1877, is also charged to "Miscellaneous Services" of that year, as
Expenses of B. C. Loan, viz. :—
Exchange on drafts  $938 00
Payment of services, H. H. Hughes         131 25
Expenses and do.,     T. L. Stahlschmidt 2,572 43
3,641 68
Telegrams  1,001 67
$4 643 35
68,171 84
70,937 52
14,452 79
7,866 50
6,433 76
72,941 70
79,527 56
4,567 88
48 50
9,706 05
91,247 86
3,496 95
215,130 74
7,116 82
35,828 90
772,211 35
200 90
772,412 25
A LFRED   FLETT,
Deputy Treasurer
NOTE.— TAPLE No. 1 terminates with the year ending
30th June, 188(1. The Statement will be continued on TABUS
No 2, from 1st July, 1880. Note.—For statement of Receipts and Expenditure
from 20th July, 1871, to 30th June, 1886, see Table
No. 1 on preceding" page.
42b
TABLE NO. 2.
COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF TBI? RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE OP THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA,
From 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887, 1888, 1889, 1890, 1891.
REVENUE.
Dominion of Canada :--
Annual payment of Interest	
Do. Subsidy 	
Do. Grant per capita .
Do. for Lands conveyed .
Land Sales	
Land Revenue	
Timber Royalty and Licences.
Survey Fees	
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	
Fines and Forfeitures	
Law Stamps	
Probate Fees	
Registry Fees	
Assay Office Fees	
Asylum for the Insane	
Printing Office Receipts	
Sale of Government Property	
Sale of Consolidated Statutes	
Re-imbursements in aid	
Interest 	
Chinese Restriction Act, 1884 (Dominion Statute)	
Education Refunds from City Districts (Act, Chap. 104, Sec. 37).
Reduction Works, Cariboo	
Miscellaneous Receipts	
Interest on'Investment of Sinking Funds
Loan Act, 1887, (£205,400) 	
Deposits (Intestate Estates, etc.,) receipts...
,,       (Suitors' Fund Act, 1890) receipts ..
1886-87.
1st- July to
30th June.
$ 29,151 06
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
1,776
i,667
502
19
'525
2,404 27
587,335 63
3,062 55
540,398 18
1,118 77
1887-88.
1st July to
30th June.
$ 29,151 06
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
80,873 00
8,849 85
180 00
210 00
14,504 12
26 00
11,280 00
8,586 00
24,930 00
1,770 00
47,084 12
35,119 01
13,832 10
3,052 10
62,581 00
236 0:
10 00
89 60
1 95
10,048 05
4,012 10
3,244 93
16,677 77
579 40
565 20
2,819 30
393 36
6 00
570 75
10,976 62
1,450 00
598,252 36
10,426 59
541,516 95
608,678 94
996,190 00
8,161 85
1,613,030 79
1888-89.
1st July to
30th June.
8 29,151 Of!
36,000 0(1
48,000 00
100,000 00
142,818 79
4,559 35
13,286 67
180 00
120 00
11,869 16
30 00
12,795 00
9,534 26
18,382 50
1,950 00
74,712
39,610 84
15,964 62
3,452 22
53,691 00
363 92
80 00
45 00
13 98
11,939 20
4,184 05
958 34
20,208 08
760 95
250 00
2,974 20
461 10
326 00
794 50
19,363 40
3,587 50
11,344 19
5,303 10
698,055 05
8,724 74
706,779 79
1889-90.
1st July Oo
30th June.
707,265 78
$ 29,151
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
244,529 09
6,587 00
18,356 47
100 00
55 00
6,314 10
620 25
20,625 00
10,145 00
21,470 00
2,540 00
77,223 ..
45,007 66
21,221 93
4,516 67
55,284 00
174 01
10 00
7,558 70
4,628 76
2,876 52
35,278 68
528 65
419 00
5,342 61
555 50
321 50
4,619 77
4,483 18
9,600 00
14,427 51
632 00
8,260 32
835,463 26
10,059 40
11,088 02
9,059 16
865,669 84
1890-91.
1st July to
30th June.
29,151 06
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
243,551 42
10,852 75
25,172 37
146 00
60 00
16,500 37
12,861 00
12,329 70
22,467 50
2,785 00
98,351 04
54,596 12
25,695 78
5,826 12
73,863 00
286 00
161 86
45 59
9,445 68
5,834 08
7,559 61
51,013 49
351 85
752 44
4,215 69
526 95
283 00
4,803 15
6,964 42
13,250 00
17,015 62
658 80
19,371 84
959,248 30
6,695 24
964,943 54
21,200 17
67,048 24
1,053,191 95
EXPENDITURE.
-Public Debt :—
Interest	
Sinking Fund, deposit in Bank of B. C, "Loan Act, 1874,"..
Do. interest invested, do.
Do. (Trustees'account) " Loan Act, 1877'
Do. do.       Interest invested, do.
Do. (Trustees' account) " Loan Act, 1887'
Do. do.       Interest invested, do.
Premium and Exchange	
Discount and Commission	
III.
IV.
V.
VI.-
VII.-
VIII.-
IX.-
X.-
XI.-
XII.-
-Civil Government (Salaries)	
-Administration of Justice (Salaries)
-Legislation 	
-Public Institutions (Maintenance) :
Printing Office	
Assay Office	
Asylum for the Insane	
Museum	
-Hospitals and Charities	
-Administration of Justice (other than Salaries) .
-Education	
-Transport	
-Rent	
-Revenue Services	
-Public Works :—
Works and Buildings	
Government House, Victoria	
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves .
Surveys	
XIIL--MISCELLANE0US
Deposits (Intestate Estates, etc) repaid ..
Do.     (Suitors' Fund Act, 1890) repaid .
1886-87.
1st July to
30th June.
I 58,313 55
543 00
99 95
14,550 00
2,902 60
90 00
474 44
61,753 03
68,566 51
2,722 98
379 91
6,730 38
20,677 88
50,411 13
90,489 21
3,861 94
48 50
7,321 96
4-7,897 42
3,026 98
185,417 56
11,314 61
72,918 21
731,307 44
7 26
731,314 69
1887-88.
1st July to
30th June.
89,878 56
643 00
229 62
14,550 00
10,058 22
17,460 00
138 75
3,860 04
16,932 01
69,796 14
67,350 73
16,463 35
3,006 91
910 69
7,282 75
21,273 00
48,500 75
99,902 04
3,494 98
48 50
8,287 32
48,859 72
3,365 29
180,574 74
8,845 95
47,292 29
788,955 35
6,342 85
1st July to
30th June.
; 89,878 55
543 00
260 53
14,550 00
7,701 13
17.460 00
763 08
527 90
989 96
74,001 99
78,801 18
15.461 66
2,901 53
781 47
7,562 47
24,343 20
57,508 73
108,190 59
4,640 30
48 50
12,882 13
78,248 491
4,179 35!
153,377 75!
2,338 55
99,603 36
1889-90.
1st July to
30th June.
$ 89,878 55
643 00
292 67
14,550 00
8,416 08
17,460 00
1,350 65
372 65
1,004 97
85,238 41
75,199 10
18,843 20
6,974 90
1,440 18
6,277 32
24,730 60
33,708 64
122,984 83
2,674 76
48 50
12,358 74
161,752 98
5,763 99
204,982 32
7,531 "
60,642 24
857,545 40  954,020 56
1,057 16    1,011 62
795,298 20
858,602 55]     955,032 18
I
1890-91.
1st July to
30th June.
89,878 55
543 00
326 09
14,550 00
4,476 06
17,460 00
893 09
998 72
951 05
96,210 82
85,594 52
36,423 98
5,041 25
432 44
11,377 83
1,281 31
28,178 99
44,637 83
186,901 78
4,687 59
48 50
16,435 50
121,260 84
2,001 26
186,169 79
24,396 98
100,951 48
662 79
42,265 66
Note.—XIII.—Miscellaneous.
Do.
Do.
Do.
-In Expenditures for 1886-87 is included the sum of $37,500 bonus to the C. P. Railway Co. for branch line to New Westminster.
do. for 1888-89 are included the sums of $20,000 grant to Building Fund of Jubilee Hospital, $24,385.39 aid to Quartz Mining, and $3,000 bonus to Woollen Mill,
do. for 1889-90 is included the sum of $7,126.41 aid to Quartz Mining,
do. for 1890-91 do $19,321.29 do.
ALFRED FLETT,
Deputy  Treasurer. 42c
PROVINCE   OF   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
THE   TREASURER'S   FINANCIAL   STATEMENT
DR.
FOR   THE   FISCAL   YEAR   ENDED   30TH   JUNE,    1891.
CR.
Receipts.
Dominion of Canada:—
Annual payment of Interest	
Do. Subsidy	
Do. Grant per capita	
Do. for Lands conveyed	
Land Sales	
Land Revenue	
Timber Royalty and Licences	
.Survey Fees	
Rents (exclusive of Land)	
,,     (Timber Leases)	
Free Miners' Certificates	
Mining- Receipts, General    	
Licences	
Fines	
Assay Fees	
Sale of Government Property	
Reimbursements in aid	
Miscellaneous Receipts	
Marriage Licences	
Registered Taxes, (all denominations) 	
Provincial Revenue Tax	
Real Property Tax	
Personal Property Tax	
Income Tax	
Wild Land Tax	
Printing- Office Receipts	
Probate Fees	
Law Stamps	
Registry Fees 	
Revenue Service Refunds	
Interest 	
Asylum for the Insane	
Sale of Consolidated Statutes	
Commission on Tax Sales	
Interest on Investments of Sinking Funds	
Reduction Works (Cariboo)	
Chinese Restriction Act, 1884 (Dominion Statute)	
Education Refunds from City Districts (Act, chap. 104, sec. 37)	
Total Receipts of Revenue 	
Transferred to Sinking Fund Accounts, viz. :—
Sinking Fund (Loan Act, 1874) $    869 09
Do.        (Loan Act, 1877)  19,026 06
Do.        (Loan Act, 1887)  18,353 09
Consolidated Bevenue Account—lbalance	
GENERAL    ACCOUNTS.
Bank of British Columbia, Special Deposit Account (deposits withdrawn in excess of
amount placed on special deposit)	
Deposits (Intestate Estates, etc.)	
„       (Suitors' Fund Act, 1890)	
Corporation of City of Nanaimo, balance due last year repaid	
London and Canadian Fire Insurance Co. (amount deposited as security under Act of
Incorporation—Act 53, chap. 53)	
British Columbia Loan Trustees (broker's charges paid in London)	
Cash Balances in Hands of Agents and Collectors, 1st July, 1890, viz.:—
C. Warwick, Agent, New Westminster  $11,857 20
A. P. Cummins, ,, Kootenay, East  873 12
G. C. Tunstall,    „              ,,       West  2,015 25
Jno. Bowron,     ,, Cariboo     1,811 93
F. Hussey,           ,, Kamloops  4,069 32
F. Soues,              „ Clinton     1,619 45
M. Bray,             ,, Nanaimo  2,519 75
W. Dewdney,     „ Okanagan  226 39
Cash balance due Jas. Porter, Agent, Cassiar, 30th June, 1891	
Cash balance in hands of Deputy Treasurer on 1st July, 1890	
$  29,151 06
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
243,551 42
10,352 75
25,172 37
145 00
60 00
16,500 37
12,861 00
12,329 70
22,407 50
9,445 68
351 85
526 95
4,803 15
19,371 84
2,785 00
286 00
73,863 00
98,351 04
54,596 12
5,826 12
25,695 78
4,215 69
7,559 61
5,834 08
51,013 49
161 86
6,964 42
752 44
283 00
45 59
5,695 24
658 80
13,250 00
17,015 62
964,943 54
38,248 24
28,912 42
81,032,104 20
57,921 44
20,537 38
24,792 58
8,000 00
57 15
24,992 41
243 12
3,618 13
$143,968 87
EXI'KN])].TUR.K.
II.
III.
IV.
v.-
VI.
VII.
VIII.
IX.
X.
XL
XII.
XIII.
-Public Debt :—
Interest	
Sinking Fund (including interest invested), Loan Act, 1874
Do. (Trustees' account), Loan Act, 1877
Do. do. interest invested, Loan Act, 1877
Do. do. Loan Act, 1887
Do. do. interest invested, Loan Act, 1887
Premium and Exchange	
Discount and Commission 	
-Civil Government (Salaries)	
-Administration of Justice (Salaries)	
-Legislation	
-Public Institutions (maintenance) :—
Printing- Office	
Assay Office	
Asylum for the Insane	
Museum	
-Hospitals and Charities	
-Administration of Justice (other than Salaries)	
-Education	
—Transport	
-Rent	
—Revenue Services -
-Public Works :—
Works and Buildings	
Government House, Victoria	
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves	
Surveys	
—Miscellaneous	
S 89,878 55
869 09
14,560 00
4,476 06
17,460 00
893 09
998 72
951 05
96,210 82
85,594 52
36,423 98
5,041 25
432 44
11,377 83
1,281 31
28,178 99
44,637 83
136,901 78
4,687 59
48 50
16,435 50
121,260 84
2,001 26
186,169 79
24,396 98
Total Expenditure.
GENERAL    ACCOUNTS.
Sinking Fund Investments, viz.:—
Deposited in Bank of British Columbia (Loan Act, 1874). S   869 09
Trustees Account, remittances & accrued interest (Loan Act, 1877). 19,026 06
Do. do. do (Loan Act, 1887). 18,353 09
Bank of British Columbia, Account Current, amount deposited in excess of
cheques drawn between 1st July, 1890, and 30th June, 1891	
Claude Vautin (forfeit of Guarantee Deposit re Smelting' Works, Vancouver)	
Kootenay Valleys Co. (Land Sales in trust, repaid)	
The Hon. the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works (advance account)	
British Columbia Land and Investment Agency (special deposit as security by the
London and Canadian Fire Insurance Co.)	
Cash Balances in Hands of Agents and Collectors, 30th June, 1891, viz. :-
C. Warwick, Agent, New Westminster $9,918 48
A. P. Cummins, ,,     Kootenay East  6,975 04
N. Fitzstubbs, „ ,, West   5,244 60
Jno. Bowron, ,,      Cariboo  1,265 06
G. C. Tunstall, „     Kamloops  4,633 52
F. Soues, ,,     Clinton  1,403 50
M. Brav, ,,      Nanaimo   3,597 14
W. Dewdney, „      Okanagan       216 03
Wm. Dodd, „     Yale  1,447 50
Cash balance due W. Dodd, Agent, Yale, 1st July, 1890, repaid	
Do.            J. Clapperton, Collector, Nicola, 1st July, 1890, repaid..
Cash balance in hands of Deputy Treasurer 30th June, 1891 	
Province of British Columbia—balance-
si,032,104 20
38,248 24
22,371 78
2,425 00
6,800 00
1,600 00
8,000 00
34,695 87
11 41
2 00
2,002 15
28,912 42
$143,968 87
Examined and found correct.
J.  McB. SMITH,
Auditor.
December 18th, 1891.
ALFRED FLETT,
Deputy Treasurer. 42e.
REVENUE FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30th JUNE, 1891.
Return of Revenue Collected and brought to Account at the Treasury, from 1st July, 1890,   to 30th June,   1891
Heads of Receipt.
Received
from
sundry
sources
at
Treasury.
Victoria
City
District.
Victoria
District.
Esquimalt
District.
Cowichan
District.
Islands
District.
Nanaimo
City
District.
Nanaimo
District.
Alberni
District.
Comox
District.
New Westminster
City
District.
New Westminster
District.
Vancouv'r
City
District.
Yale District.
Lillooet
District.
East
Kootenay
District.
West
Kootenay
District.
Cariboo District.
Cassiar District.
Coast.
Canadian
Pacific
Railway.
Total.
Yale
and
Lytton.
Similka-
meen and
Osoyoos.
Nicola.   : Kamloops.
Okanagan
Cariboo.
Omineca.
Cassiar.
Skeena.
Dominion of Canada :—■
212,161 06
Do.                     Subsidy       35,000 00
Do.                    Grant per capita       48,000 00
Do.                    for Lands conveyed ...    100,000 00
3,677 50
178 00
8 00
16,066 13
254 00
2,756 75
219 00
294 46
165 00
28 00
1,607 50
134 00
2,984 83
5,599 50
56 50
39,540 35
3,246 75
14,000 00
92,359 39
2,349 5u
13,648 87
10 00
172 00
23 50
2,665 00
386 00
5,477 00'     5,442 00
573 50         249 00
11,102 00
600 00
12,540 00
288 00
800 00
243 50
7,429 50
443 60
10 00
968 66
699 50
51 86
21,283 80
137 00
5,286 35
243,551 42
10,352 75
12 00
232 50
2,430 00
508 00
25,172 37
i5 on          20 00 	
100 00
60 00
60 00
52 80
360 35
41 00
450 70
15,270 52
256 00
69 00
16,500 37
625 00
800 50
450 00
185 00
15 00
43 10
20 00
290 00
187 50
995 00
60 00
23,488 32
2,920 62
7,693 88
24 00
10,224 00
520 00
623 00
1,700 00
25 00
1,891 44
801 73
120 08
9 00
2,061 00
1,205 00
1,008 50
605 00
330 00
177 50
3,180 00
95 00
3 906 09
220 00
130 OO
645 00
698 50
1.220 00
4.336 00
2,670 00
2,562 00
2,270 00
10 00
872 25
868 32
340 00
167 50
30 00
860 00
462 60
530 00
12,861 00
1.368 OO       4 711   60
650 00
640 00
565 00
25 00
1,586 74
482 65
780 11
75 00
1,782 00
10 00
1,190 83
96 56
176 86
555 00
1,542 60
512 50
825 00'      1.185 00
1,802 50
35 00
4,585 00
40 00
1,214 29
612 09
2,971 73
49 00
3,825 00
245 00
55 00
125 00
22,467 50
2,785 00
98,351 04
54,596 12
25,695 78
5,826 12
78.863 00
985 00
370 00
460 00
560 00
60 00
4,877 26
1,202 58
683 65
7 50
2,310 00
5 00
15,243 37
1,397 82
354 18
7,602 21
236 97
827 04
3,714 36
2,286 33
467 93
63 00
4,713 00
430 50
16 15
134 95
1,785 76
152 84
482 70
1,651 64
751 62
517 35
5 037 57
2.561   29           459 96
1 50
118 39
2,566 60
659 87
5,166 91
18,269 06
2,150 00
21,535 26
1,854 53
7,809 81
422 50
4,263 00
2,880 95
' 'l', 564'25
8,430 00
1,287 04      2,235 60
386 12       1.028 65
1,479 85
2,144 92
7 60
1,092 00
759 04
1,158 72
27 75
3,882 00
Wild Land Tax	
3,395 30
13,251 00
124 40
81 60
4,128 00
36 25
30 00
1,677 00
69 82
2,514 00
966 00
44 98
643 00
80 37
210 00
3,447 00
912 00
486 00
279 00
2,313 00
	
286 00
26 00
8 38
81 00
14 40
45 07
3 50
796 00
285 80
190 00
65 00
36 23
15 81
406 00
27 40
41 16
161 86
3 00
192 50
14 90
201   50
1,437 08
343 00
2,831 00
7,261 61
21,267 67
3,185 60
396 60
43 00
89 00
350 00
1,933 03
58 50
29,433 37
81 50
859 85
45 00|          43 50
19 25|          13 60
1.054 75
353 60
62 20
15 00
70 50
6 50
12 50
183 35
658 80
9,445 68
5.834 08
73 00!        121 70
7,559 61
51,013 49
1 00
32 00           26 50
86 55
 1	
168 60
351 85
658 80
752 44
4,113 44
406 65
283 00
1,783 07
6,956 50
13,250 00
752 44
19 27
25 00
9 00
36 98
19. 00
4,215 69
526 95
20 00
70 00
8 80
1 50
20 00
::::::""
283 00
1,132 08
38 25
7 92
1,849 76
 1   	
4,803 15
6,964 42
13,250 00
17,015 62
19,371 84
Chinese Restriction Act, 1884 (Dominion Statute)	
6,866 66
2,103 33
73 50
2,758 97
6 50
5,286 66
400 00
17,447 19
5,695 24
200 00
200 00
802 25
13 00
47 90
155 00
6 00
20 00
SO
5,695 24
$
268,149  17
78,992 88
22,492 65
26,249 72
9,341 83
2,22E 25
12,419 38
17,739 45
6,725 70
49,757 98
63,475 43
170,405 35
19,121 86
8,829 40
9,780 36
13,338 73
20,393 11
22,795 41
22,927 62
12,960 92
31,026 96
14,502 90'        760 00
1,751 39
3,121 00
85,244 03
20,419 06
$964,943 24
$75,137 01
15,262 90
4,872 39
Audit Office,
18th December, 1891.
J. McB. SMITH,
Auditor.

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