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 BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
PUBLIC  ACCOUNTS
FOR   THE
FISCAL YEAR ENDED 30TH JUNE, 1892,
PERIOD FROM 1st JULY, 1891, TO 30TH JUNE, 1892.
VICTORIA, B.C.:
Printed by Richard Wolfknden, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty. 56 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th Juke, 1892.
Ti> the Honourable Edgar Dewdney,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour :
The undersigned has the honour to present the Public Accounts of British Columbia, for
the fiscal year ended 30th June, 1892.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
J. H. TURNER,
Minister of Finance.
Treasury Department,
Victoria, 80th November, 1892. 56 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July. 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
Audit Office,
30th November,  1892.
To the Honourable J. II.  Turner,
Minister of Finance.
The undersigned has the honour to present to you the  Public Accounts for the fiscal
year ended 30th June, 1892,
Respectfully submitted,
J.  McB. SMITH,
Auditor-General. Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
PUBLIC  ACCOUNTS
FISCAL   YEAR   ENDED   30TH   JUNE,   1892.
TABLE   OF   CONTENTS
7— Balance Sheet or the Province or British Columbia
8— Debentures Outstanding under the British Columbia Loan Acts.
8— Loan, 1874; Sinking Fund Account.
8a— Loan, 1877 ; Sinking Fund Account.
9— Loan, 1887 ; Sinking Fund Account.
10— Loan, 1891 ; Sinking Fund Account.
10a— Receipts and Expenditure; from 20th July, 1871, to 30th Jure, 1886.    (Table No. 1.)
10b— do. do. from 1st July,  1886, to 30th June, 1891.    (Table No. 2.)
10c— Treasurer's Financial Statement.
10d— Statement showing details of "Miscellaneous Receipts."
10e— District Returns of Revenue.
11— Debt Account :  The Dominion of Canada in account with the Province, for the Fiscal
Year ended 30th June, 1891.
11 —        Subsidy Account, for the Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1891.
12— Expenditure ; Summary.
13-16— do. Recapitulation.
17-126— do. Detailed.
127-131— Appropriation and  Expenditure ; Statement showing Appropriation and Expenditure,
also sums unexpended and over-expended.
133-134— Unprovided Items ; Statement of Services the Expenditures of which have exceeded then-
Appropriation.
135-136— Lapsed Balances of Appropriation. 56  Vict.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th Junk, 1892.
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|1 Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th Junk, 1892.
RETURN showing Debentures outstanding, together with Inscribed Stock issued, under the
British Columbia Loan Acts, on the 30th June, 1892
Debentures Outstanding, Loan, 1874, (Payable in 20 Years);
Date of issue on                Date issued from
Debentures.                        Treasury.
Numbers.
Denomination.
Amount.
25th October, 1875.            1st January, 1877.
95 and 96.
2 @ 810,000.
3 20,000
Debentures Outstanding under Loan Act, 1877, (Payable is 30 Years).
Date of Issue.
Number (inclusive).               Denomination.
1st July, 1877
(           1 to   500                      500 @ £100
(       501 to 1000                      500 @ £200
£ 50,000 )   ,.   . „
£100,000 \  m *-s'' ~
727,500
Debentures Outstanding under Loan Act, 1887, (Payable in 30 Years).
Date of Issue.
Number (inclusive).
Denomination.
1st July, 1887.
(          1 to   200
(       201 to 1254
200 @ £500
1054 @ £100
£100,000 )   L. , _.
£105,400 f ® *-B'' -
996,190
Inscribed Stock under Loan Act, 1891 (Payable in 50 Years).
1st July, 1891.
£200,000.
$2,713,6
LOAN   ACT,   1874-SINKING   FUND.
Statement of Sinking Fund, "Loan Act, 1874," deposited with the Bank of British Columbia.
Date. Particulars. Amount.
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, 18S9
31st, 1890
31st, 1890
31st, 1891
31st, 1891
. Deposit of Cash withdrawn from Savings Bank on 1st November, 1882	
| Amount withdrawn from Dominion Savings Bank to close account ||      1
!Investment in Debenture "Loan Act, 1881," repaid	
I Interest on Investment	
. | Deposit	
Interest on Investment	
Deposit	
Interest on Investment	
Deposit 	
Interest on Investment (6 months)	
Deposit	
Interest on Investment (18 months) 	
Deposit	
Interest on Investment	
Deposit ,	
Interest on Investment	
Deposit	
Interest on Investment   	
Deposit	
Interest on Investment	
Treasury,
30th November, 1892.
«          29
1,537 22
2,000 00
132 99
543 00
156 86
543 00
184 42
543 00
99 95
543 00
229 62
543 00
260 53
543 00
292 67
643 00
326 09
543 00
360 86
9,925 50
Alfred Flett,
Deputy Treasurer. 8a.
LOAN   ACT. '1877-SINKING   FUND.
BRITISH COLUMBIA LOAN TRUSTEES, LONDON, IN ACCOUNT WITH THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
DR. CR.
Nov. 9th,
Mav 13th,
Oct. 7th,
April 9th,
June 30th,
Sept. 19th,
Dec. 31st,
Mar. 22nd,
Mar. 30th,
June 30th,
Sept. 30th,
Mar. 31st,
June 30th,
Sept. 30th,
Dec. 31st,
Mar. 31st,
June 30th,
Oct. 1st,
Nov. 30th,
Mar. 31st,
Juno 30th,
Oct. 15th,
Nov. 30th,
April 30th,
June 30th,
Oct. 31st,
June 30th,
1877
1878
1878
1.87!)
1879
1879
1879
1881
1881
1881
1881
1882
1882
ISS2
1882
1883
1883
1883
1883
188-1
1884
1884
1.885
Oct.
April
June
Oct.
April
June
Oct.
Nov.
April
June
Oct.
May
June
Oct.
June
J une
Dec.
June
June
Nov.
Nov.
31st,
30th,:
30th,
12th,
12th,
30th,
11th,
14th,
9th,
30th
8th,
8th,
30th,
8th,
27th,
30th,
22nd,
25th,
30th,
14th,
19th,
Dec. 23rd, 1891
June 23rd, 189:
June 30th, 1892
Kemittancos.
97,275 00
7,275 00
7,275 00
7,275 00
7,275
00
7,275
00
7,275 00
7,275 00
7,275
00
7,275
00
7,270 00
7,275 00
7.275
00
7,275
00
7,275
7,275
00
00
7,275 00
7,275 00
1880
1887
1887
7,275 00
7,275 00
7,276
00
1888
7,275
00
1889
7,275
7,275
00
00
1890
7,275 00
7,275 00
1891
7,275 00
7,275 00
1891
7,275 00
7,275 00
8218,250 00
Interest on
Investments.
503 39
598 30
980 79
1,130 24
1,301 21
' 1,453 18'
1,694 03
' 1,785 ei'
'k'.lii'71'
2,318 46
2,129 86
5,368 30
2,962 00
4,419 72
5,638'56
4,476 06
5,934 33
Bonds sold and re-invested.
$14,269 00
(£2,860 Can. 6% Bonds.)
$72,672 03
§48,494 30
£1,800 Vic. i% Bonds
£3,783 15s. Id.   ,,   4% In. St.
£4,100 Can. 4% Bonds
$02,753 30
87,275 00
7,275 00
7,275 00
7,275 00
508 13
7,275 00
503 39
598 30
7,275 00
891 39
7,275 00
7,275 00
980 79
7,275 00
1,130 24
7,275 00
1,301 21
7,275 00
1,453 18
7,275 00
1,594 03
7,275 00
1,785 61
7,275 00
4,114 71
7,275 00
7,275 00
2,318 46
2,129 86
14,259 00
7,275 00
7,275 00
5,368 30
7,275 00
7,275 00
2,962 60
7,272 00
4,419 72
7,275 00
5,638 50
7,275 00
7,275 00
7,701 13
7,275 00
7,275 00
8,416 08
7,275 00
7,275 00
4,470 06
5,934 33
48,494 30
7,275 00
7,275 00
8,445 95
April 6th,
May 9th,
July 26th,
July 30th,
Jan. 30th,
Sept. 29th,
Dec. 31st,
Jan. 2nd,
Mar. 22nd,
June 30th,
June 30th,
Nov!' 30th,
Dec. 31st,
June 30th.
Nov. SOth
June 30th.
Jan. 23rd
June 30th
Jan. 17th,
Oct. 8th,
Feb.15th,
June 30th,
Jan. 18th,
June 30th,
Feb. 6th,
August,
Jan. 8th,
Oct. 3rd,
1878
1878
1878
1878
1879
1879
1879
188')
1880
1880
1880
1881
1881
1881
1881
1882
1882
1882
1882
1883
1.883
1884
1884
1885
1885
1880
188'
1887
1888
1889
1890
1890
1891
1801
Investments.
Canada Debentures, 5 %l cent...
Canada Debentures, 5 -IS cent.
Do. 4  do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
Canada Debentures, 4 $ cent.
Canada Debentures, 4 ^ cent.
Do. do.
Canada Debentures 4 11 cent...
Do. do.
Canada Debentures, 4 13 cent...
Victoria, Australia, 4 It) cent.
Do. do.     .
Do. do.
Canada inscribed Bonds,    3^
Do. do.       Stock,
Do.     Registered Bonds, 4
Do. do.
Do. inscribed stock, 3^-
British Columbia 4^ "19 cent.
Canada inscribed stock 34 13
June SOth, 1892
British Columbia,
Canada inscribed stock
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
Brit. Columbia, do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
44
87,027 05
0,96S 25
453 47
7,667 85
7,904 89
7,853 30
8,172 85
7,547 81
9,276 62
8,196 50
8,750 00
8,697 26
9,283 63
8,950 07
9,669 38
8,706 75
24,190 22
19,836 98
10,159 54
10,318 37
10.044 41
10,961 00
10,886 65
11,128 20
11,6)9 44
11,600 33
11,624 42
12,331 49
23,001 12
36,038 53
$339,403 94
Expenses and
Brokerage.
Balance in hand.
20 61
20 61
18 19
21 82
20 62
21 82
72 50
24 25
70 69
48 01
25 46
24 25
26 68
24 37
25 96
26 80
30 55
30 67
31 16
36 01
33 70
62 01
$7,027 05
50
6,968 25
453 47
7,667 85
7,904 89
76 38
7,853 36
20 61
20 61
8,172 85
7,647 81
18 19
21 82
9,275 62
8,196 50
19 40
8,750 00
20 02
8,719 08
9,283 63
8,950 07
9,741 8S
8,730 00
24,200 91
19,884 99
10,185 00
10,342 62
10,669 99
10,985 37
10,912 50
11,155 00
11,039 99
11,640 00
11,655 58
12,367 50
23,034 82
36,090 54
$340,265 85
13,409 4S
$353,675 33
Treasury,
SOth November, 1892,
ALFRED FLETT,
Deputy Treasurer. 10a.
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, 1878, 1874, 1875, 1*76, 1877, 1878, 1st January to SOth June, 1879, 1879-80 1880-81, 1881-82, 1882-83, 1883-84, 1884-85, and  1885-86.
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 Reven ue	
Rents (exclusive of Land) 	
,,     (Pastoral Leases)	
,,    (Ferries)	
,,     (Timber Leases)	
Free Minors' Certificates	
Mining1 Receipts, General	
Licences	
Fines, Forfeitures, and Fees	
Pees of Office	
Assay Fees	
Sale of Government Property	
Reimbursements in aid	
Miscellaneous Receipts	
Eiale of School Books	
Marriage Licences	
Road Tolls	
Arrears, Real Estate Tax (1 per cent.) 1865-66
Provincial Revenue Tax	
School Tax	
Real Property Tax	
Personal Property Tax	
Income Tax	
Wild Land Tax	
Delinquency on Taxes	
2-h 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	
Dominion Government, advance on Graving Dock account (43 Vic, Cap. 8)
do.        Graving Dock Settlement (47 Vic, chap
14).
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 ot Canada, and
37 Vie., Chap. 1, sec. 1, Statutes of British Columbia 	
1871.      I
20tii July
31st Dec.
(six months)
$15,500 00
17,500 00
24,000 00
50,000 00
8,863 71
2,724 00
4,760 00
8,135 91
9,618 56
7,466 84
2,900 02
2,390 59
214 12
179 49
'"947o6
28,622 92
5,583 93
S19 67
1st January',1st January
to
31st Dec.
831,000 00
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
4,269 22
6,079 76
2,225 68
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 66
714 44
1,949 49
2,91.4
239
327,215 54
327,215 54
944 92
$39,147 22
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
10,636 99
7,235 43
6,715 00
4,937 73
30,368 06
11,264 92
4,701 66
1,251 75
8,060 25
28,363 34
1,719
0,891
'42
5,000
1874.
1st January
$46,977 69
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
23,617 86
5,985 49
600 00
187 50
780 03
387 50
197 95
935 53
208 15
330 54
302 70
370,150 38
370,150 38
9,611 76
Totals .
...$
37
189
1875.
1st January
1st January
to
31st Dec.
$42,029 09
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
19,417 84
4,995 70:
8,762 50
7,009 00
26,926 27
11,644 56
5,082 35
"1,170 12
10,978 55
248 73
449 99
150 00
974 50
1,478
1,032
17,380
351,240 92
12,507 24
8,000 00
79      328,100 40:     379,782 14     567,017 50      760,898 16
$26,896 72
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
10,749 73
5,059 41
10,037 50
7,669 00
29,190 69
12,098 44
3,007 95
1,047 28
13,161 04
189 49
'355 66
27,581 54
156 56
16,182 17
9,229 45
8,129 79
464 93
2,118 51
40 71
54 87
1,634 96
381,119 92
6,192
32,850 00
86,000 00
1877.       |        1878.
1st January'1st January
31st Dec.   I  31st Dec.
1879.
1st January
to
30th June,
(six months)
$25,093 56
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
22.119 79
5,414 45
217 50
10,087 50
6,909 00
26,896 50
11,345 03
4,338 48
'843 i6
9,750 47
131 50
BS5'66
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
408,348 29
3,761 08
20,000 00
4,600 00
727,500 00
$25,093 50
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
40,092 66
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 08
'21,692 25
25,389 26
12,186 80
1,255 87
9,530 93
999 10
241. 38
1,236 45
527 20
2,030 24
309 00
2,064 79
1,499 61
28 88
35 70
5 7:
307 30
991 19
15 72
55 00
78 75
43 50
117 00
430,785 !
430,785 99
4,226 01
500,162 40 1 ,164,109 37
$12,546 78
17,500 00
24,000 00
50,000 00
20,034 45
1,089 44
462 50
30 00
4,625 66
2,076 50
10,387 50
856 50
120 50
240 50
287 05
269 19
146 00
70 53
290 00
8,397 45
25 74
"'15', 690'66
10,640 89
11,494 56
569 22
6,883 28
1,083 65
31 44
187 97
683 19
683 05
2,530 83
275 00
401 28
448 39
55
2 19
205 91
70 00
413 31
20 00
213,057 74
213,057 74
*508 13
21 20
1879-80.
1st July
30th June.
$25,080 23
35,000 00
4S.O0O 00
100,000 00
22,032 44
3,801 00
628 50
25 56
150 00
1,203 41
9,527 50
5,413 50
25,301 10
2,811 00
59 25
701 25
414 35
899 45
909 25
107 90
530 00
32,158 47
130 90
26,518 66
11,212 58
11,470 03
1.217 85
6.218 45
1,329 23
0 88
475 29
1,894 09
4,570 63
4,742 43
326 30
2,010 57
1,300 00
172 18
39 39
702 50
371 01
25 00
138 00
"iis 31.
"440'57
2,047 50
390,907 91
1,570 74
1880-81.
1st July
$25,019 12
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
10,570 38
4,540 25
335 00
180 66
667 59
8,900 00
5,343 50
20,355 00
2,023 45
11 25
865 50
61 25
2,373 01
1,380 07
151 42
745 00
40,005 04
181 93
27,246 00
12,710 80
13.70S 00
1,134 85
0,491 46
146 95
5 03
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 00
397,035 00
480,512 00  213,587 071  392,484 0:
397,035 06
1881-82.
1st July
$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 60
4,420 50
21,452 50
4,518 00
10 00
808 25
4,510 78
1,468 56
6,608 21
685 00
42,000 07
130 19
28,920 00
S28 00
12,244 35
12,034 23
911 78
5,004 75
0 04
7 60
392 97
1,425 28
13 50
3,060 30
5,379 19
159 00
975 29
3,726 94
12 12
81 72
153 00
07 30
355 00
641 70
15 00
1882-83.
1st July
$ 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
18,065 00
2,929 25
5 00
977 75
229 90
1,277 78
11,018 95
45 48
835 00
39,728 29
125 12
47,613 00
12,263 94]
13,554 43
927 55
5,162 92
774 92
1,356 03
1883-84.
1st July
30th June.
$ 24,995 60
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,01)0 00
91,432 67:
4,953 50
207 00
iio 66
1,820 09
7,607 50
6,292 50
17,770 00
5,098 25
1884-85.
1st July
$ 29,151 06
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
174,579 41
5,341 25
180 00
"'175 66
674 57
8,155 00
4,601 00
22,215 00
7,220 10
2 62
20 90
2,607 93
170 00
405,583 49
47,660 22
453,243 71
1,378 26
2,847 80
7,582 87
238 50|
57z 8!
93 02
19 75
13 13
402 50
448 56
15 00
13 50
4,125 98
3,098 77
130 00
425,808 1.5
1,092 17
12,500 00
874 35
995 25
3,796 35
13,400 50
34 52
1,175 00
29,408 38
79 04
48,680 00
	
15,301 90
15,258 27
908 57
5.402 01
24
1,594 74
2,162 98
3,168 80
9,739 19
351 90
75 75
30 13
726 00
44 10
25 00
7 50
206 25
1,893 64
3,609 86
1,130 00
22,009 50
59 34
04,029 00
17,833 19
16,788 34
939 57
7,057 27
1 22
1,672 72
2,030 20
6,081 97
310 00
503,173 71
134,512 66
250,000 00
887,680 37
3,593 58
3,544 95
10,778 81
50 00
3,525 30
151 03
109 75
74 80
430 00
88 75
10 00
4,605 18
90 00
1,780 00
600,
1885-86.
1st July
SOtiijJunb.
439,400 32'     891,279 95      602,797 49
$ 29,151 06
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
77,502 20
4,686 33
135 00
'"i.56'66
3,266 90
18,840 00
8,536 75
2S,340 00
6,482 90
77 50
788 89
2,251 64
1,634 76
1,01666
7,251 61
53 21
05,907 00
'22,077'38
10,952 13
1,707 75
8,418 58
833
1,408 27
3,405 50
11,160 53
"'ess'ii
79 83
124 50
67 31
270 00
1.0 00
5,552 72
30 00
10 00
514,719 52
514,719 52 I
561 95
EXPENDITURE.
1871.
20th July
31st Dec.
(six months)
.—Public Debt:—
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	
II.—Civil Government (Salaries)	
III.—Administration of Justice (Salaries)	
IV.—Legislation	
$ 2,873 90
-Public Institutions (Maintenance):—
Assay Office	
Printing Office	
Lunatic Asylum 	
VI.-
VII.-
-Hospitals and Charities 	
-Administration of Justice (other than Salaries):
Administration of Justice	
Police and Gaols	
VIIL— Education .
IX.—Transport .
X.—Bent   	
XL—Revenue Services .
XII.—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).
XIII,—Miscellaneous —
Miscellaneous Expenditure	
Drawbacks and Refund of Duties .
Real Estate Tax Redemption	
Immigration	
Royal Commission (Texada)	
Municipalities	
t Indian Commission   	
I Kootenay Royal Commission  ...
Allowances   	
Office Contingencies 	
Pensions, Gratuities, &c 	
3,938 61
2,767 85
9,889 55
2,678 06
2,632 03
117 62
712 88
2,858 13
21,234 70
12,676 22
412 25
1872.
1st January
$ 8,194 89
101,935 85
14,816 10
1873.
- January
4,912 40
35,266 62
25,435 78
7,164 SO
1,151 50
353 24
24,125 70
153,870 71
36,732 33
185 29
18 00
2,938 10
1,001 06
20 00
143 65
1,890 10
886 19
485 00
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 	
$     688 48
77,281 99
4,111 51
14,045 03
8,611 45
25,074 52
39,999 89
5,094 60
498 53
1,471. 03
100,601 11
11,371 49
1874.
1st January
80,310 75
11,205 79
681 63
2,089 31
4,293 85
12,067 67
6,234 11
21,393 11
38,908 30
5,078 63
344 50
6,532 02
34,303 75
290,354 40
32,202 55
42,949 IS   25,045
6,948 92]   3,494 56
 I   1,451 18
2,032 31
300 00
97,691 81j  432,082 71]  372,618 04]  583,355 89
925 68
1875.
1st January
1S76. 1877.
1st January'1st January
31st Dec.   :   31st Dec.
$  8,853 50]   $14,943 93
sec below *
87,099 73
14,111 59
572 87
5,578 58
6,885 98
17,679 18
5,669 20
20,288 77
38,891 42
4,401 09
354 50
4,327 85
48,072.35
206,888 89
31,493 05
6,735 44
44 00
10,000 00
014,658 89
1,217 65
see below *
91,190 07
10,997 14
773 58
1,912 43
9,920 93
14,214 80
7,8S9 00
18,083 50
44,506 11
3,101 08
274 20
7,178 02
289.980 44
14,302 39
100,632 68
30,6S0 30
2,140 00
150 00
5,250 00
2,108 70
728,310 01
1,799 95
Totals	
.$'   $97,091 81      432,082 71
380,918 02
213,400 00        60,600 00
S29.276 54      796,709 96
8 40,674
7,275 00
%'36,375'66
93,442 16
15,671 47
531 20
1,433 63
9,357 55
8,26S 31
25,891 05
47,129 63
3,231 19
229 20
9,457 31
40,396 75
205,S91 41
18,825 33
443 11
40,142 44
2,240 00
7,750 66
085,040 34
13,298 40
1878. 1879.
1st January I 1st January
to to
31st Dec.   j 30th June.
I (six months)
$ 52,072 94
543 00
14,550 00
'"368'68
488 60
65,500 00
S9,338 40
28,454 39
776 48
2,144 29
1.0,108 65
9,814 19
21,827 14
43,334 01
2,209 30
78 50
6,755 78
14,444 36
77,832 54
3,008 38
1,877 72
18,871 21
30,734 76
1,000 00
' 2,625'66
'sii 55
514,878 83
4,091 35
$ 24,467 48
'7,275 00
 35i'33
400 25
25,000 00
t   19,663 36
1 18,791 25
12,676 37
651 04
655 95
2,905 14
6,013 75
7,433 72
22,110 70
408 62
24 25
1,301 25
4,079 09
20,227 59
320 82
529 00
4,033 27
1879-80
1st July
6,895 97
180,715 20
1,646 50
$48,235 00
543 00
14,550 00
see below.
832 50
842 93
20,000 00
40,948 63
44,343    4
12,990 59
754 66
672 86
6,466 72
37,115 53
46,751 12
3,718 28
48 50
7,499 65
8,405 39
372 79
97,097 07
131 00
1,895 36
14,018 78
19,887 9',
440,574 '
8,013 74
2,501 27
64 30
1880-81.
1st July
$47,010 00
543 00
14,550 00
see below.
617 64
243 19
41.46S 27
44,620 34
12,775 45
579 89
1,780 49
6.21S 59
29,133 27
47,157 07
1,651 05
84 50
7,519 96
11,308 52
700 00
07,339 20
565 75
1,929 75
4,297 82
1881-82.
1ST Joly
20,777 CO
378,778 69
980 79
48 45
518,970 18]     188,301 70]     457,144 36'     379,S07 93
i
$45,473 89
619 48
14,550 00
2,431 4!
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 50
3,978 38
18,270 78
4,072 35
76,915 82
096 99
300 00
19,151 03
48,596 27
19,017 67
1882-83.
1st July
1883-84.
1st July
1884-85.
1st July
; 46,946 51
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
31,046 15
50,823 62
1,679 99
773 50
3,973 70
21,313 35
7,620 48
112,258 77
966 11
' "so'.sse'oi
80,690 33
28,032 93
47,584 22
724 65
14,550 00
5,900 32
180 00
613 50
12,500 00
47,322 93
48,917 SO
14,313 21
$ 45,327 00
699 86
14,560 00
4 448 32
240 00
583 77
474,428 23]  594,101 92
03 50|   1,071 79
474,491 79[  595,173 71
496 00
1,091 64
6,587 85
17,757 58
48,562 12
58,361 23
5,610 04
48 50,
4,684 5l[
32,007 14
3,391 09
177,071 7S
2,791 S3
304 50
1,084 87
55,851 06
58,888 88
14,414 27
196 25
2,459 26
7,077 98
17,826 50
45,904 87
71,151 52
4,087 88
48 60
8,219 37
1885-86
1st July
S 49,137 41
727 42
14,550 00
6,368 30
150 00
489 01
08,171 S4
70,937 52
14,452 79
390 84
7,366 50
6,433 76
72,941 70
79,527 56
4,567 88
48 50
9,706 05
69,160 021 91,247 80
4,256 41! 3,496 95
180,379 04] 215,130 74
3,317 83 7,116 82
37,210 95',  40,849 27
690,031 10
655,437 86
5S7 29
656,025 15
35,828 90
772,211 35
200 90
772,412 25
** Graving Dock in 1872, $3,752 19, expenses for preliminary survey, advertising, &e., 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,        550 00 do. do.
I Kootenay Royal Commission, 1879, $142 92.     do.
do.
II' This item ($36,376) being 4 per cent, discount on Loan of 1877 for £150,000     $29,100 00
1       ,,        commission to Bank B. C. on ,,              7 275 00
$36,375 00
is charged to "Miscellaneous Expenditure" in the Ledger, but was omitted in the Account Current ami 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 $55,800.83, instead of $92,1S1.83, as entered in the Ledger; Discount and Commission, $30,375, having-
been left out.
A LFRED   FIjETT,
Deputy Treasurer
The following Expenditure in connection with the Loan of 1877, is also charged to "Miscellaneous Services" of that year, as
Expenses of B. C. Loan, viz. :—
Exchange on drafts  $938 00
Payment of services, II. II. Hughes     ....    131 25
Expenses and do.,     T. L. Stahlschmidt 2,572 43
3,641 68
Telegrams  1,001 67
$4 643 35
NOTJS.—TAJ3LE No. 1  terminates with  the   year   ending
30th June, JSSO.    The Statement trill be continued on TAJSJJE
No  2, from 1st Jvly, tSSO. Note.—For statement of Receipts and Expenditure
from 20th July, 1871, to 30th June, 1886, see Table
No, 1 on preceding page.
10b.
TABLE NO. 2.
COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF THE RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE OF THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA,
From 1st July, 1886, to 30th June,  1887, 1888, 1889, 1890, 1891, 1892.
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.
Reduction Works, Cariboo	
Miscellaneous Receipts	
Interest on Investment of Sinking Funds
Loan Act, 1887, (£205,400)   	
Loan Act, 1891 (£200,000)	
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
88,776 20
8,667 63
275 00
165 00
7,319 14
45 00
12,850 00
6,915 2l"
27,500 00
1,240 00
40.331 32
22,301 59
9,154 78
2,191 07
62,559 00
87 14
10 00
121 20
2 98
6,325 30
3,830 64
1,589 23
13,452 70
314 25
715 59
.2,605 78
387 35
1887-88.
1st July to
30th Juno.
$ 29,151 06
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
80,873 00
8,849 85
502 25
19 31
2,625 00
537,335 63
3,062 65
540,398 18
i.iis 77
541,516 96
180 00
210 00
14,504 12
25 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
52,581 00
236 02
10 00
89 50
1 95
10,048 05
4,012 10
3,244 93
10,077 77
579 40
565 20
2,819 30
393 35
6 00
570 7!
10,970 02
1,450 00
1888-89.
1st July to
30th June.
598,252 35
10,426 59
608,678 94
996,190 00
* 29,161 06
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
142,818 79
4,559 36
13,286 67
180 00
120 00
11,869 16
30 00
12,795 00
9,534 25
18,382 50
1,950 00
74,712 08
39,610 84
15,964 62
3,452 22
53,091 00
353 92
80 00
45 00
13 98
11,939 20
4,184 0
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
6,303 10
698,055 05
8,724 74
706,779 79
707,205 78
1889-90.
1st July to
30th June.
$ 29,151 06
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
244,529 09
5,587 00
18,356 47
100 00
55 00
6,314 10
620 25
20,625 00
10,146 00
21,470 00
2,540 00
77,223 33
45,007 06
21,221 93
4,516 67
'55,284 00
174 01
10 00
7,558 70
4,628 75
2,870 52
35.278 68
628 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
845,522 66
11,088 02
9,059 16
1890-91.
1st July to
SOth June.
29,151 06
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
243,651 75
10,352 42
25,172 37
145 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
6,826 12
73,868 00
286 00
161 86
45 59
9,445 68
6,834 08
7,559 01
51,013 49
351 86
752 44
4,215 69
526 96
283 00
4,803 15
6,964 42
13,260 00
17,015 62
658 80
19,371 84
1891-92.
1st July to
30th June.
$ 29,151 06
35,000 00
■ 74,213 60
100,000 00
213,519 41
9,292 05
20,475 58
220 00
125 00
23,824 01
959,248 30
5,695 21
964,943 54
21,200 17
67,048 24
1,053,191 95
1.7,903
14,744
30,290
3,605
97,412
08,737
53,301
7,102
42,759
204
60
96
115
13,736
9,072
3,228
53,160
530
1,276
7,409
1,750
184
6,581
8,131
20,276
34,441
1,020,0102 15
18,235 80
1,038,237 95
970,000 00
25,455 94
45,942 60
2,079,636 49!
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.
Do. do. "Loan Act, 1891'
Do. do.       Interest invested, do.
Premium and Exchange	
Discount and Commission	
Expenses in connection with Consolidation and Loan (Act 1891).
-Civil Government (Salaries)	
-Administration of Justice (Salaries)     	
-Legislation	
-Public Institutions (Maintenance) :-
Printing Office	
Assay Office	
Asylum for the Insane	
Museum	
VIII.
-Hospitals and Charities	
-Administration of Justice (other than Salaries) .
-Education	
-Transport	
XL—Revenue Serviced
-Public Works :—
Works and Buildings	
Government House, Victoria	
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves ..
Surveys	
XIIL- -Miscellaneous
Deposits (Intestate Estates, etc.) repaid ..
Do.     (Suitors' Fund Act, 1890) repaid .
1886-87.
1st July to
30th June.
58,313 55
543 00
99 95
14,550 00
2,962 60
90 00
474 44
61,753 03
68,556 61
20,745 69
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
47,897 42
3,026 98
185,417 50
11,314 61
72,918 21
731,307 44
1887-88.
1st July to
30th June.
89,878 56
540 00
229 62
14,550 00
10,058 22
17,460 00
138 75
1888-89.
1st July to
30th June.
| 89,878 55
543 00
260 63
14,550 00
7,701 13
17,460 00
703 08
3,860 04
16,932 01
527 90
989 96
69,796 14
67,350 73
10,463 35
3,006 91
910 69
7,282 75
731,314 09
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 S5
796,298 20
74,001 90
78,801 18
15,461 66
2,901 63
781 47
7,502 47
1889-90.
1st July to
30th June.
$ 89,878 55
543 00
292 67
14,550 00
8,416 08
17,460 00
1,350 65
372 65
1,004 97
1890-91.
1st July to
30th June.
85,238 41
75,199 10
18,843 20
5,974 9')
1,440 18
6,277 32
24,313 20
57,508 73
108,190 59
4,640 30
48 50
12,882 13
78,248 49
4,179 35
153,377 75
2,338 55
99,603 36
857,545 40
1,057 15
24,730 60
33,708 64
122,984 S3
2,674 76
48 50
12,358 74
151,752
5,763 99
204,982 32
7,531 28
60,642 24
954,020 56
1,011 62
89,878 55
543 00
326 09
14,550 00
4,476 06
17,460 00
893 09
993 72
951 05
96,210 82
85,504 52
36,423 98
5,041 25
432 44
11,377 83
1,281 31
28,178 99
44,637 83
136,901 73
4,687 59
48 50
16,435 50
121,260 84
2,001 26
186,169 79
24,396 98
100,951 48
858,602 55!  955,032 18
1,032,104 20
662 79
42,255 66
1891-92.
1st July to
30th June.
?118,978 55
543 00
360 86
14,550 00
14,380 2S
17,460 00
3,481 32
9,700 00
13 34
6,051 48
171,333 OS
3,060 21
120,030 49
97,971 00
29,506 30
6,976 62
372 73
12,881 61
1,589 02
33,272 84
48,738 59
160,627 80
7,158 55
48 50
12,180 91
102,984 94
1,940 14
308,633 97
46,716 37
78,778 04
1,430,920 49
31,818 26
50,124 32
1,512,863 06
-Miscellaneous.—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. do. for 1888-89 are included the sums of $20,000 grant to Building- Fund of Jubilee Hospital, $24,386.39 aid to Quartz Mining, and $3,000 bonus to Woollen Mill.
Do. do. for 1889-90 is included the sum of $7,126.41 aid to Quartz Mining.
Do. do. for 1890-91 do $19,321.29 do.
-Public Debt. do. for 1891-92 Discount and Commission include $135,800.00, Discount on £200,000; Commissions, $26,484.66; and Stamp Duty, $6,031.25.
ALFRED FLETT,
Deputy Treasurer, 10c.
PROVINCE  OF   BRITISH  COLUMBIA.
THE TREASURER'S  FINANCIAL STATEMENT
3TOR THE  FISCAL YEAR ENDED" 30TH JUNE, 1892.
Dr.
Cr.
Dominion of Canada :---
Annual payment of Interest	
Do. Subsidy	
Do. Grant per capita	
Do. for Lands conveyed .
Land Sales	
Land Revenue	
Rents (exclusive of Land)	
,,     (Timber Leases)	
-Survey Fees	
Free Miners' Certificates	
Mining' Receipts, General	
[Licences. *.	
-Fine;
Assay Fees	
■Sale of Government Property	
Reimbursements in aid	
Miscellaneous Receipts	
Marriage Licences	
Registered Taxes	
Provincial Revenue Tax	
Real Property Tax	
Personal Property Tax	
Income Tax	
Wild Land Tax	
.Printing- Office Receipts	
Probate Fees	
Law Stamps	
Registry Fees 	
Interest 	
Tax Sale Deeds ,	
Asylum for the Insane	
Revenue Service Refunds	
Sale of Consolidated Statutes	
Interest on Investments of Sinking' Funds	
Commission on Tax Sales	
•Chinese Restriction Act, 1884 (Dominion Statute)	
Timber Royalty and Licences	
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) %    903 86
Do. (Loan Act, 1877)   28,930 28
Do. (Loan Act, 1887.)   '20,941 32
Do.   (Loan Act, 1801)   9,713 34
%  29,151 06
35,1100 00
74,213 60
100,000 00
213,519 41
0,292 Oi
125 00
23,824 01
22.) 00
1/,0O3 00
14,744 20
30,290 00
13.736 50
530 50
1,750 83
6,581 32
12,080 93
3,605 00
204 53
42,759 00
97.412 04
08.737 47
7,102 62
53,301 34
7,400 24
3,223 26
9,<)72 00
53,150 04
8,131 03
60 (iO
1,276 83
9Q  42
184 00
18,235 80
115 00
26,275 00
20,475 58
34,441 85
Consolidated Revenue Account   balance
GENERAL    ACCOUNTS.
London and Canadian Fire Insurance Co. (amount deposited as security under Act of
Incorporation-Act 53, chap. 53)	
British Columbia Loan Act, 1891	
Shuswap & Okanagan Railway Co. (on account of subsidy from Dominion Gov't)	
British Columbia Loan Trustees (broker's charges paid in London)   	
Cash Balances in Hants of Agents and Collectors, 1st July, 1891, viz.:—
C. Warwick, Agent, New Westminster $ 9,913 48
A. P. Cummins, ,, Kootenay, East  6,975 04
N. Fitzstubbs,     ,,                „        West.  5,244 60
Jno. Bowron,      ,, Cariboo    1,265 00
G. C. Tunstall,    ,, Kamloops  4,633 52
F. Soues,             ,, Clinton    1,403 50
M. Bray,             ,, Nanaimo  3,597 14
. W. Dewdney,      ,, Okanagan   216 03
Win. Dodd,'        „ Yale  1,447 50
Cash balance due Jas. Porter, Agent, Cassiar, 30th June, 1892	
■ Cash balance in hands of Deputy Treasurer on 1st July, 1801	
1,038,237 95
60,488 SO
332,193 74
8,000 00
970,000 00
65,010 00
174 47
34,695 87
659 17
2,002 15
§1,080,541 66
Expenditure.
II.
III.
IV.
V.
VI.
VII.
VIII.
IX.
X.
XL
XII.
-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
Do. do. Loan Act, 1S91
Do. do. interest invested, Loan Act, 1891
■ 1'remium and Exchange	
Discount and Commission	
Expenses in connection with Consolidation and Loan, Loan Act, 1891
—Civil Government (Salaries)	
-Administration of Justice (Salaries)	
-Legislation	
-Public Institutions (maintenance):—
Printing Office *	
Assay Office	
Asylum for the Insane	
Sluseum	
-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	
Total Expenditure.
GENERAL    ACCOUNTS.
Bank of British Columbia, Special Deposit Account (amount placed on special
deposit in excess of deposits withdrawn)	
Deposits (Intestate Estates, etc.), payments in excess of deposits	
(Suitors' Fund Act, 1890),        do. do. 	
Bank   of   British   Columbia. Account   Current, amount   deposited in  excess of
cheques drawn between 1st July, 1891, and 30th June, 1892	
British Columbia Land and Investment Agency (special deposit as security by the
London and Canadian Fire Insurance Co.)	
Sinking Fund Investments, viz.: —
Deposited in Bank of British Columbia (Loan Act, 1874). $   903 86
Trustees Account, remittances & accrued interest (Loan Act, 1877).  28,930 28
Do. do. do (Loan Act, 1887).  20,941 32
Do. do, do (Loan Act, 1891).    9,713 34
Cash Balances in Hands of Agents and Collectors, 30th June, 1892, vjz. :■
C   Warwick,  Agent, New Westminster $ 8,942 73
A. P. Cummins,    ,,      Kootenay East     1,237 95
N. Fitzstubbs,     ,, ,, West  11,117 38
Jno. Bowron,       ,,     Cariboo         81 41
Wm. Dodd, ,,      Yale        25167
G. C. Tunstall,     ,,     Kamloops     5,419 07
F. Soues, ,,      Clinton     2,006 48
M. Bray, ,,      Nanaimo     6,197 22
M. Lumbv, ,,      Okanagan  24 60
H. O. Wellburn,   „     Cowichan     2,532 28
H. Hunter, Collector, Granite Creek  4 50
C. A. R. Lambly, „     Osoyoos        178 50
Cash balance due Jas. Porter, Agent, Cassiar, 30th June, 1891	
Cash balance in hands of Deputy Treasurer 30th June, 1892	
Province of British Columbia—balance	
t  118,978
55
903 86
14,550
00
14,380
28
17,460
00
3,481
32
9,700
00
13
34
6,051
4R
171,333 03
3,660
21
120,030
49
97,971
00
29,506
30
6,976
62
372
73
12.8S1
61
1,589 02
33,272 84
48,738 59
160,627
80
7,158
55
48
50
12,180
91
102,984
94
1,940
14
308,633 97
46,716 37
78,778 04
$1,430,920 49
5S2,921 44
6,362 81
4,181 72
46,726 79
8,000 80
37,993 79
243 12
1,429 95
332,193 74
$1,080,541 66
Examined and found correct.
J. MoB.  SMITH,
Auditor.
November SOth, 1892.
ALFRED FLETT,
Deputy Treasurer. 10d
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
STATEMENT
SHOWING DETAILS  OF AMOUNT BROUGHT TO ACCOUNT IN  THE REVENUE RETURN,
(PAGE  10b) AS "MISCELLANEOUS RECEIPTS."
Fees on Private Bills, Legislative Assembly	
Stenographer's Fees	
Aid from property holders towards construction of Helmeken Road	
Refund from Corporation of City of Victoria re Royal Commission	
Examination fees, " Surveyors' Act "...	
Appointment fees as Notaries Public	
Do. as Commissioners for taking Affidavits, " Act 43 Vic, Cap. 1, Sec.
Depost forfeited by Turnbull & Co. on contract for building Court House, N. W.
Provincial Land Surveyors' Commission fees	
Exhumation fees, 21 Chinese bodies, " Graveyard Act, 18;84 "    	
Fees under " Coal Mines Regulation Act "	
Cattle brand fees	
Authentication fees, Provincial Secretary's Department	
Registration fees, University of British Columbia, " Act 5S1 Vic., Cap. 48, Sec. 8"...
Naturalization fees	
Mechanics Lien registration fees	
Timber mark fees	
Fees for certified copies of documents	
Sale of Surveyors' steel band test.	
Do.   Sloop forfeited for contravention of " Indian Act"	
Cash found on bodies of Chinamen deceased	
Cash seized on Chinese gambling tables at Union, Comox	
Refund of portion of Government Grant, from Quesnelle IFire Brigade, disbanded ..
Do.    of passage money of one of Mr. Gouvreau's survey party (left behind)	
Do.    from E. Probert, voucher twice paid	
Do.    from J. Sehl, do. 	
Do.    of expenses in collecting Timber Royalty	
Do.    from Dominion Government, for forwarding ballet boxes	
Do.   of amount paid for scaling logs	
Do. do. meals and horse feed	
Do. do. horse hire	
Premiums on Drafts	
Total	
$4,055
2,639
1,800
1,286
766
450
30
300
120
210
40
30
45
14
5
1
4
7
10
13
6
32
129
30
17
13
Audit Office,
SOth November, 1892.
J. McB. SMITH,
Auditor. 50
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
8  cts.
$  cts.
W Scott 	
C Haddock ,	
J Hamilton	
Indian Toosv	
P Gehart.. *	
Gallagher & Stevenson .
A Wade	
F Devlin	
Indian Napoleon	
T W alee	
F P Cook :	
Indian Bob	
ii      Yick-tou    ..
„     Bull	
A Fletcher	
Indian Jas Louis	
A Leamy	
.) Walker	
W W Spinks	
E Stout	
T W Patterson & Co	
Indian Maggie	
J Wardle	
T Gowdy	
GF Payne	
C B Brick	
L Higgs	
J H Quig-Iey	
E E Phair	
S Grinder	
Braden & Stamford
H G Waterson	
M Miller	
Jackson & Mylius	
Indian Eye   	
ti      Luke	
G R Elliott	
J Sampson	
J Daley	
WPFindlay, JP	
B C Express Co	
J Allen	
J Martley, J P	
W Ford	
J Martley, J P	
C Dietz	
S& ORy	
W K Le'ighton	
Mrs Gilligan	
Blair & Co	
C Winterhalter	
A A Aaronson	
Brought forward.
VII-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHEK THAN
SALAKimX-toncluded.
Vote No. 75.—Miscellaneous.—Concluded.
Special messenger from Rockford to Govt. Agent, Nicola .
do to Judge Cornwall, Ashcroft
do to Indian Agent, Little Dog Creek	
do with warrant to Constable Allen, 150-Mile House.
do from Nicola to Govt. Agent, Kamloops	
do to Constable Montieth, Spallumeheen	
do Penticton to Osoyoos, re Reg. v. Phillip	
do to New Westminster, re Reg. v. Moore	
do to T. Seward, J. P	
do Hazelton to Babine	
do to Constable Hunter, re Owens	
do Pavilion to Clinton, re Chervoise	
do from Indian Agent to Supt. Hussey	
do to Pavilion, re Bull murder	
do to A. M. Wilson, J. P., Slocan	
do Hazelton to Metlakahtla	
Assistance in New Westminster Registrar's Office, 4 days @ $3
do do do 3     ii 2.50
Attending at Nicola on hearingof Reg. v. Howse& Wilson, 7
Part cost of burial of Chinaman found drowned at Yale...
Telephone message to Vernon, re Reg. v. Knox	
Cleaning Yale Court House	
Rent of huilding for Police Court, Hope	
Hauling deer hides seized at Victoria	
Searching for Turnbull, Saturna I., supposed to have committed suicide
do do do do
do do do do
Taking down evidence, Reg. v. Greer	
Rent of rooms for holding Assize, Nelson	
Cleaning Court House, Clinton	
3 water telescopes for police use	
Badges, do      	
do       (work on) do      	
do do      	
Cleaning Court House, Duncan's	
do do Nelson	
Services as assistant Stenographer, Victoria	
Photographs for use in Reg. v. Vipond, Nanaimo	
Meal for Constable Kiel", at Duncan's Court House	
Backing warrants and swearing- constable at Medicine Hat	
Charges on handcuffs to Clinton	
Meals, bed, etc., for J. Martley, J.P., at Lillooet, re Reg. v. Chervoise
Hire of horse, do do
Moving notice board, Duncan's Court House	
Expenses to Lillooet, re Reg. v. Fook	
Meals etc., for messenger from Rock Creek	
Freight on plough (evidence) to Enderby	
Making plans for use at Nanaimo Assize	
Searching female condemned prisoner, Nanaimo Assize	
Conveying messenger, Nicola to Spence's Bridge	
Clearing chimney, Victoria Gaol	
Amounts advanced on stolen goods restored to owners	
S DPope, LL.D	
D Wilson, B A	
W F C Pope	
Rev D Fraser, MA	
Jno Anderson, B A	
Archdeacon Scriven, MA
SD Pope, LL.D	
EBPaul, M A	
E S Wood	
R Law , B A	
Weiler Bros 	
D Wilson	
CPR Co	
E&NRCo	
S & OR Co	
Westminster & Van. T Co
CPNCo	
654 87
VIII.-EDUCATION.
Vote No.  70.—Education   Office.
Superintendent of Education  12 months @ $180
Inspector of Schools  12 (l 130
Clerk  12 „ 80
Services as Examiner, Teachers' Examination
do do do
do do do
do do do
do Supervisor, do
do do do
do do do
Hire of furniture, do
Travelling allowance, Inspector of Schools,
Sundry fares, do
do do
do do
do do
do do
Victoria,      8 days @ $3
Kamloops,    2       m 3
Victoria,      7       n
29 d. @ $5; 72 d. @ 84
Carried forward.
654 87
6 00
2 50
10 00
4 00
5 00
10 00
5 00
2 00
1 00
12 00
5 00
5 00
3 00
4 00
2 00
50 00
12 00
1 50
35 00
4 00
25
1 00
5 00
1 75
7 50
7 50
7 50
5 00
50 00
2 00
15 00
1 50
■1 50
60 00
3 12
8 00
12 50
5 00
50
1 00
50
12 00
7 0C
1 50
13 5C
2 5C
1 58
10 00
3 oc
2 OC
2 00
11 00
2,160 00
1,560 00
960 00
175 00
175 00
175 00
175 00
24 00
6 00
21 00
21 25
433 OC
90 3C
16 25
4 0C
4 6(
40 00
6,040 30
45,146 75
3,591 84
48,738 59 56 Vict.
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EXPENDITURE.
SUMMARY   OF   EXPENDITURE   FOR  THE   YEAR   ENDED
30TH  JUNE,   1892
[Period from  1st July,  1891,  to 30th June, 1892.]
SERVICE.
I.—Public Debt	
II.- Civil Government (Salaries)	
III.—Administration of Justice (Salaries)	
IV.—Legislation	
V.—Public Institutions (Maintenance)    	
VI.—Hospitals and Charities	
VII.—Administration of Justice (other than Salaries).
VIII.—Education	
IX.—Transport 	
X.—Rent	
XI.   -Revenue Services	
XH.-Public Works :—
Works and Buildings 	
Government House, Victoria	
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves .
Surveys	
XIII.—Miscellaneous.
Total .
26 00
305 00
196 00
64 63
3 00
600 76
10 25
2,225 88
Total
Expenditure.
$360,512 07
120,030 49
97,971 00
29,506 30
21,819 98
33,272 84
48,738 59
160,627 80
7,158 55
48 50
12,180 91
102,984 94
1,940 14
308,633 97
46,716 37
78,778 04
S4.259 74        81,430,920 49
Audit Office,
■30th November, 1S9Z.
J. McB. SMITH,
Auditor, 56 Vict.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to SOth Junk, 1892.
13
EXPENDITURE.
RECAPITULATION OF EXPENDITURE FOR THK FISCAL YEAR
ENDED 30th JUNE,  1892.
[Period from 1st July, 1801, to 30th Jtjne, lS!>-2. ]
Pace.
Vote.
Service.                                                            ARREARS.
EXPENDITURE
Total.
17
1
2
3
4
4A
5
5A
*{
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
80
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
39A
40
41
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
I.—Public Debt.
S11S.978 65
60,488 80
6,051 48
171,333 03
3,660 21
1,500 00
500 00
20,421 48
11,541 60
18,740 00
7,985 00
25,020 60
2,935 00
450 00
11,210 32
8,095 00
3,008 25
2,70,) 00
1,070 00
4,247 18
17
■17
17
17
18
Expenses in connection with Loan and Consolidation, " Loan Act, 1891 "   	
11.-Civil Government (Salaries).
5300,512 07
18
IS
Provincial Secretary and Minister of Mines' Department, $9,410.00 1
do.                  Printing Branch,           do.          11,011.48 i	
18
19
19
19
Land Registry Offices (Victoria, New Westminster and Vancouver)	
19
20
Registration of Voters              25 00
20
20
20
20
20
III.—Administration- ok Justice (Salaries).
120,030 49
21
15,331 00
2,500 00
2,150 00
4,920 00
1,080 00
0,760 00
840 00
10,152 00
840 00
0,240 00
0,817 60
6,909 00
4,012 50
2,280 00
5,332 00
3,650 00
2,100 00
7,242 00
2,040 00
2,640 00
2,700 00
875 00
21
21
21
21
21
21
92
22
22
22
22
125 00
ISO 00
22
22
22
28
23
28
28
23
23
23
IV.—Legislation'.
97 971 00
23
19,800 00
3,722 50
55 40
4,304 75
1,623 05
23
23
24
24
V.—Public Institution's (Maintenance).
7 11
29,506 30
24
6,976 62
372 73
1,589 02
12,881 61
25
25
121 76
27
VI.—Hospitals and Charities.
27
8,000 00
3,400 00
4,000 00
27
27
458 87
15,400 00
629,839 84 H
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
28
28
28
28
28
28
35
36
38
38
38
41
11
■14
49
50
60
60
66
66
66
67
67
67
67
07
68
68
68
68
68
68
68
09
69
69
70
70
53
54
68
59
60
61
62
64
65
66
67
OS
69
70
71
52
78
53
79
53
SO
53
81
53
82
54
83
54
84
54
85
5,)
86
55
87
5i
88
58
S9
58
90
58
91
58
92
58
93
58
95
60
96
60
97
100
100A
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
115a
115b
116c
116
117
118
119
121
121a
Service.
Akreaks.
EXPENDITURE
TOTAL.
$458 87
S15.400 00
4,000 00
3,000 00
5,000 00
1,000 00
2,139 51
1,000 00
500 00
300 00
000 00
333 33
$629,839 84
VI.—Hospitals and Charities.—Concluded.
.
33,272 84
VII.—Administration of Justice (other than Salaries).
8,484 12
2,706 85
2,309 37
73 75
850 00
14,907 09
033 65
6,072 90
8,988 42
3,591 84
7,044 82
26,590 00
6,632 00
3,627 69
5,382 58
2,973 22
8,900 00
9,715 78
1,015 96
4,529 97
11,791 50
21,608 83
29,237 20
14,085 25
1,340 00
1,460 00
1,520 00
3,137 10
Rents                   	
90 00
4 00
52 00
50 00 .
■        '
8 00
VIII. -Education.
48,738 59
50 00
Vancouver City District	
1 50
5 13
IX.—Transport.
208 81
0,751 38
198 36
3 00
7,158 55
48 50
X.—Rent.
XL—Revenue Services.
Commission, Courts of Appeal, Travelling Expenses, Miscellaneous	
XII.—Public Works (Works and Buildings.)
176 35
193 21
12,180 91
2,512 67
1,299 40
421 94
285 58
008 05
299 62
186 37
560 22
518 59
1,858 52
354 93
1,976 00
2,988 71
1,387 00
800 00
1,488 27
193 01
11,593 00
7,007 36
570 75
1,135 00
1,186 00
1,200 00
1,000 00
625 00
557 14
142 30
do.                     do.               West              do.                 	
1,234 36
42,623 13
891,867 03 56 Vict.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 80th Jttxe, 18')2.
15
Page
Vote.
122
72
123
72
124
72
125
72
126
70
127
72
128
72
129
73
130
73
131
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132
73
133
73
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73
135
73
136
73
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74
143
74
144
74
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74
147
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148
74
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74
150
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74
152
74
153a
75
153 b
70
154
76
155
76
156
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157
77
158
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158a
77
159
77
160
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162
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80
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S4
170
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100
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188
104
189
105
191
105
193
105
194
106
195
106
196
106
197
106
198
106
200
106
202
Brought forward.
XII.—Public Works (Works axd Bi'ildin'G.s).—Concluded.
Furniture for Government Offices 	
Improvement of Government Reserves  	
Insurance of Government Buildings	
Public School, Victoria   (new steam-boiler).
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do.
New Westminster (construction).
Northfield,
Moodyville,
Brownsville,
North Comox,
Duncan's,
East Lang-ley,
Sooke,
Sumas,
Salmon Arm,
Lansdovvne,
Similkameen,
Kettle River,
Dunaeh,
Surrey Centre,
.Function,
Hornby,
Parksville,
Nanoose,
Southfield,
North Oyster,
Chemainus Landing-,
Port Simpson,
Gordon Head,
Abbotsford,
South Aldergrove,
Barkerville, (furniture).
St. Mary's Mission (construction) 	
Coldstream, do 	
throughout the Province (repairs, furniture, &c.)	
Boring Artesian Wells	
Lowering Somcnos Lake 	
Improvement of Ganges Harbour    	
Rebuilding dam at Mission Creek, Okanagan	
Forest clearing, block 350, lot 526, Group I., New Westminster District.
XII.—Public Works (Government House, Victoria).
Repairs to Buildings	
Furniture	
Fuel and Light	
Water
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
du
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Improving Grounds.
Fencing	
Gardener	
Miscellaneous  	
XII.—Public Works (Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves).
Victoria District	
Lake Hill Road, Victoria District	
Esquimalt District	
Cowichan District	
Islands District	
Nanaimo District	
Alberni District	
Comox District	
New Westminster District  	
Yale District	
Lillooet District 	
Cariboo District	
Cassiar District	
East Kootenay District	
West do 	
Main Trunk Road	
Victoria-Nanaimo Trunk Road (Goldstream to Shawnigan)	
Nanaimo-Alberni Trunk Road	
Ladner's to Hope, Trunk Road	
Municipalities throughout the Province	
Squamish Valley Road	
Toad Mountain Mines Road 	
Trail, Kettle River to Columbia River	
Chilcotin Road       	
Road to Forks of Quesnelle	
Victoria City, trunk roads within new city limits	
Bridge, Thompson River at Lytton	
do       Quesnellemouth	
do      Duncan's	
do       Vedder Creek	
do      Chilcotin River (at Hance's)	
Wharf,  Comox (repairs) 	
Carried forward.
202 32
127 47
135 02
254 43
109 28
3,735 74
EXPENDITURE
3,770 39
1,147 "
2,025 90
350 00
19,580 30
2,499 25
1,587 00
1,450 00
1,330 65
1,504 00
595 00
700 00
619 00
085 00
820 00
099 50
700 00
092 00
716 50
790 00
720 00
786 00
780 00
790 00
786 00
690 00
789 00
093 75
725 00
675 00
250 00
099 00
695 00
2,883 03
3,412 66
577 00
200 00
1,279 33
750 00
81 37
152 31
703 10
100 71
114 70
152 95
600 00
29 00
12,183 55
3,003 19
8,187 31
12,970 09
3,913 69
10,990 69
5,231 15
16,014 20
30,962 76
25,913 78
8,999 22
5,987 68
6,229 97
16,833 68
31,905 74
25,883 50
374 90
2,957 64
1.984 96
7,000 00
1,999 55
7,999 88
2,013 12
4,550 32
7,993 53
4,000 00
8,937 85
13,025 00
2.985 00
3,000 00
2,162 80
2,484 71
299,297 46
996,792 11 10
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
107
107
107
107
107
108
108
108
108
108
108
108
108
113
113
115
115
110
117
118
118
118
119
119
119
119
119
119
119
119
119
119
119
119
120
121
121
121
12 L
121
121
124
124
124
124
124
124
125
125
125
125
125
125
125
125
125
125
126
126
Vote.
203
204
205
200
207
208
209
210
211
212
21S
214
214a
218
219 .
220
221
222
223
224
225
220
227
228
229
230
231a
231b
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
•242
243
224
245
240
246A
240b
246c
246D
246E
246F
246G
246H
2461
246.1
246k
246L
Act 51 V
No Vote
247
Brought forward.
XII.—Public Works (Roads, Srteets, Bridges, axd Wharves). -
Concluded.
Wharf,    Fulford Harbour	
do       Galiano Island	
do        Salt Spring Island (north side) .
od        Kuper Island	
do       Hornby Island (extension)	
do       Denman Island (repairs)	
Ferry at Scxla Creek (improving)	
Soda Creek      Ferry (subsidy)	
Chimney Creek,
Chilcotin River,
Thompson River,
Big Bar,
Ilehncken Road .
do
Xll. —Public Works (Survkvs).
Surveys throughout the Province	
XIII.   -Miscellaneous.
Advertising
Stationery
Postage
Telegrams	
Fuel and Light   	
Library—Legislative and Departmental	
do.      Attorney-General's Department	
Refunds	
Premium on Guarantee Bonds  	
Fire Department, Victoria	
do Nanaimo	
do. New Westminster	
do. Vancouver ,
do. Barkerville 	
do. Kamloops	
do. Revelstoke 	
do. Nelson	
Agricultural Societies	
Fruit Growers' Association	
Telephone Service     ...
British Columbia Agricultural Association, in aid of Exhibition	
Royal Agricultural and Industrial Society of British Columbia	
Destruction of wolves and panthers in settled districts	
In aid of Militia	
Provincial Rifle Team—expenses to Ottawa 	
Superannuation allowance to late messenger, D. Deasy	
In aid of communication to remote settlements	
In aid of hospital building, Port Simpson	
Miscellaneous (not detailed in Estimates)	
Provincial Exhibit at Imperial Institute ._.. j
Collecting and reporting on agricultural, mining, and other industries
of the Province          	
Provincial Exhibit Association, in aid of Exhibition at Toronto    	
Assistance towards establishing a hospital at Comox     	
Lithographing maps	
Consolidation of Statutes, balance due Commissioners awarded by
Arbitrator, 82,000 ; expenses of arbitration, 8335	
Subscription to Provincial Directory	
Gratuity to wife of the late W. H. Edwards, Convict Guard	
do do W. Dewduey, Government Agent   	
do do W. Angus	
Expenses of Royal Commission, Victoria City Corporation	
Refund of proportion of Provincial Revenue Tax for the calendar
year, 1891, to the cities affected by a change in the " Public School
Act, 1891," viz.: Victoria, 85,937; Vancouver,$2,500.50; New Westminster, 8747 ; Nanaimo, 81,299	
Compensation to J. Flewin for loss of property by fire at Metlakahtla ..
Board of Examiners, " Land Surveyors' Act "	
Aid to quartz mining, Reduction Works, Cariboo :
Interest on deposits "Suitors' Fund Act, 1890"	
Immigration	
•
EXPENDITURE
8299,297 46
573 02
584 38
1,137 39
716 22
687 93
468 39
1,488 18
300 00
500 00
000 00
400 00
200 00
1,681 00
4,229 74
8996,792 11
40,716 37
4,199 05
10,583 39
3,929 22
1,929 45
4,516 23
373 37
439 45
5,110 79
715 50
500 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
1,000 00
250 00
250 00
2,400 00
1,000 00
968 75
1,000 00
1,000 00
095 00
000 00
600 00
480 00
1,200 00
502 08
3,574 09
1,006 23
1,998 80
746 60
500 00
2,841 55
2,335 00
700 00
240 00
450 00
300 00
1,286 60
10,477 50
300 00
399 50
704 00
291 89
4,435 00
	
78,778 04
1.430.920 49
Audit Office,
SOth November, 1892.
J. McB. SMITH,
A uditor. 56 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
17
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, 1892.
[Period from 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.]
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$  cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
[.-PUBLIC DEBT.
Vote No. 1.—Interest.
Bank of B. C, London ..12 months' interest @ 7 per cent, on $ 20,000, "Loan Act, 1874"
Do. do.       .. 112 do. 6       ,, 727,500, „        1877.
Do. do.        .. 12 do. 4£     „ 996,190, ,,        1887.
Glynn, Mills, Currie & Co 12 do. 3       ,, 970,000, „        1891.
Vote No. %,—Sinking Fund.
Bank of British Columbia Annual payment on $20,000, " Loan Act, 1874 ".
Bank B C for Loan Trus-, 2 per cent, on $727,500, " Loan Act, 1877 " (£3,000) ...
Do. do.    [tees if per cent, on $996,190, " Loan Act, 1887 " (£3,600) ..
Do. do. |i per cent, on $970,000, " Loan Act, 1891 " (£2,000)...
Do. do. Accrued interest on Sinking' Fund, " Loan Act, 1874"
Do. do. do.      1877".
Do. do. do.      1887".
Do. do. do.      1891".
B
C. Loan Trustees.
Do. do.
Do. do.
Bank of British Columbia
Do. do.
Bank of B. C, London .
London Brokers   	
Woolston & Beeton	
Bank of B. C, London ..
Wedd, Jefferson & Co .  .
Woolston & Beeton	
Debenture Corporation .
Bank of B. C, London . .
R. Nivision & Co	
Marnham & Co	
A. Thomson & Co	
C. Morrison	
Cocks, Biddulph & Co...
Bank of B. C, London ..
Woolston & Beeton	
Commissioners of In. Rev
Glynn, Mills, Currie & Co
C. P. R. Co.'s Telegraph
Bank of B. C	
Do. London
Woolston & Beeton ..
Turner, Beeton & Co.
H. C. Beeton & Co...
Canadian: Gazette....
Freshfield & Williams
Vote No. S.—Premium and Exchange.
Exchange on London, Sinking Fund &; Interest, Loans 1877-87 ,
Do. cable transfer fm. London, £168,902 10 4, "Loan Act, 1891'
Vote No. 4.—Discount and Commission.
Commission on payment of Coupons, Loans, 1877 and 1887	
Brokerage on investment of Sinking Fund,   do. do	
Commission for general management and negotiation of Loan, 1891
J % on £200,000 '.
Commission for issue of Loan, 1891, £ % on £200,000	
Do.        on g-uaranteed subscription to £15,000, Inscribed Stock,
"Loan 1891," @2%
Do. do. 10,000, do. 2%
Do. do. 100,000, do. 2%
Do. do. 10,000, do. 2%
Do. do. 15,000, do. 2%
Do. do. 5,000, do. 2%
Do. do. 15,000, do. 2%
Do. do. 20,000, do. 2%
Do. do. 10,000, do. 2%
Rebate paid (<i} 2% per annum on prepayment of calls, do. 	
Brokerage paid on allotment, do. \%
Commutation Stamp Duty on £200,000Inscribed Stock, Loan, 1891, @f%
Annual charge paving interest, inscribing and transferring stock, Loan
1891, £400	
Discount 14%, £200,000, Inscribed Stock, Loan 1891, sold in London @ 86
Vote No. 4a.—Expenses in connection with loan and
Consolidation ts Loan Act;, 1891."
Cablegrams to and from London	
Paid for cablegrams to London	
Do. do. postage, stamps, &c	
Do. do. do. advertising, &c	
Do. do. 	
Do. do. 	
Advertising	
Legal expenses ,..,,	
1,400 00
43,650 00
44,828 55
29,100 00
543 00
14,550 00
17,460 00
9,700 00
360 86
14,380 28
3,481 32
13 34
984 40
5,067 08
893 92
174 47
2,410 00
2,410 00
1,446 00
964 00
9,640 00
964 00
1,440 00
482 00
1,446 00
1,928 00
964 00
292 36
2,091 03
6,031 25
1,950 00
135,800 00
60,488 80
6,051 48
171,333 0
289 15
251 76
ISO 42
2,511 46
5 94
61 99
26 54
332 95
3,660 21
360,512 07 18
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 80th June, 1892.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
S   cts.
«   cts
H. Stanton
J. Lambert
J. Neal....
Hon. J. Robson.
Hon. .1. Robson	
Do	
A. Campbell Reddie
K. M. Lizars	
W. Angus	
A.  Holmes	
A. Dick	
R. Wolfenden .
R. Butler	
J. Pottinger ...
F. Partridge.. .
F. Shakespeare
E. Cameron .. .
W. W. Clarke .
F. Butler	
W. W. Baines .
R. W. Clarke. .
W. Cullin	
J. A. Clarke . .
J. J. Randolph.
T. E. Murphy. .
S. Bellamy ....
F. W. Robinson
L. Baker 	
Pay List	
Hon. J. H. Turner
Do.
A. Flett	
J. McB. Smith.. ..
J. Anderson	
H. A. S. Morley ..
C. R. Nairne 	
Do	
Hon. F. G. Vernon
Do.
W. S. Gore	
B. H. John	
S. Phipps	
T. E. Wooldridge .
T. C. Boulton....
G. V. Cuppage....
H. Cathcart	
T. Kains	
E. B. McKay	
C. M. Roberts....
T. Bamford	
W. H. Bovd	
Brought forward.
II.—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).
Vote No. 5.—Iiieutenamt-Governor's Office.
Private Secretary  12 months @ S100
Messenger     8       n 25
Do     4        i, 25
Vote No. 5a.—Premier of the Province.
Premier (additional allowance)     6   months @ S83.33
Vote No. it.—Provi/ncial Secretary's Department.
Provincial Secretary and Minister of Mines  6 months @ S250
Do.                                             do.           6 i, 333.33
Deputy do.                                         do  12 n 170
Stenographic Secretary  10 n 100
Clerk   '  8 n 100
Messenger for all departments  12 n 72.50
Inspector of Mines  12 ,, 100
(Printing Jtraueh.J
Queen's Printer  12 months @
Foreman   12       ,,
Printer  12       11
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Pressman	
Assistant Printer	
Sessional printer	
Do. 	
Do	
Do	
Do. 	
Do	
Do. 	
Messenger	
Printers' overtime during Session.
12
12
12
6
3
12
7
3
4
22 d.
20 d.
lid.
22 d.
4d.
4d.
4d.
8180
115
90
90
85
80
80
60
35
SO
80
3.50
3.50
3.50
20
Vote No. 7.—Treasury Department.
Minister of Finance and Agriculture     0 months @ *250
Do. do.
Deputy Treasurer    :  12
Auditor-General   12
Assistant Auditor  11
Clerk     12
Do  12
333.33
170
180
125
110
85
Allowance whilst acting as Deputy Treasurer, Sept. 30th to Oct. 21st ,
Vote No. S—Lands and Works Department.
Chief Commissioner     6 months <S) £250
Do.                            6 „ 333.;
Deputy Commissioner  12 u 200
Chief Clerk  12 „ 150
Clerk of Records  12 ,, 110
Book-keeper  12 n 110
Clerk  12 ii 80
Do     12 i, 75
Typewriter  12 i, 75
Surveyor-General    _L2^      ,, 140
Draughtsman .12 ,, 110
Do.             12 n 100
Do.             12 ,i 90
Messenger  12 n 30
Carried forward.
1,200 00
200 00
100 00
1,500 00
2,000 00
2,040 00
1,000 00
800 00
870 00
1,200 00
2,160 00
1,380 00
1,080 00
1,080 00
1,020 00
960 00
480 00
180 00
420 00
536 77
291 61
345 79
57 11
14 00
14 00
14 00
100 00
878 20
1,500 00
2,000 00
2,400 0C
2,160 00
1,451 60
1,320 00
1,020 00
50 00
1,500 00
2,000 00
2,400 00
1,800 00
1,320 00
1,320 00
960 00
900 00
900 00
1,680 00
1,320 00
1,200 00
1,080 00
360 00
11,541 60
52,703 08 56 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
19
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$  cts.
8   cts.
$  cts.
Hon. Theo. Davie, Q.C
Do.
H. A. Barton	
A. G. Smith	
R. E. Brett	
R. B. Punnett	
W. J. McDowell	
J. Leggatt...
M. Fort	
Y. Wootton..
Cruickshank.
G. Phipps ...
H. Lang	
Simon	
. B. Charles ..
B. Punnett ..
O. Townley ..
S. Corrigan ..
E. Holt	
S. Corrigan ..
X. Martin
H. Vidal	
W. Aikman ..
J. Johnston ..
A. Martin....
B. Bushell...
Cruckshank .
S. Wiffln ....
F. Granger ..
A. Miller ....
O. Townley ..
X. Martin ...
B. Bushell...
S. Wiffln ....
A. Martin....
Brought forward
Hon. D W Higgins
T Fell	
Do	
A P Peacock 	
S. Y. Wootton ....
J. E. Bridgman .
R Anderson	
F. Stannard	
A. Kitto	
E. McConnon	
H Combe....
J W Meldram
D Stephenson
J C Mollet...
J Broadwell .
A E Beek....
R I Bentley, M D
J Phillips 	
H Young	
H H Williams ...
W L T House   ...
D McCowan	
J D Hopkins	
I1.-0IVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARlES).-C<mM»M<e<7.
Vote No. V.—Attorney-General's Department.
Attorney-General  6 months @ 8250
Do.                  6 n 333.33
Deputy Attorney-General  8 m 180
Do.                  do.             4 ,i 180
Stenographer  12 ,i 100
Clerk  3 o               75
Do  9 ,i 100
Vote No. 10.—Land Registry  Offices.
Registrar-General, Victoria  12 months @ 8200
Clerk,                          do  12 „ 125
Do.                             do  12 „ 120
Book-keeper               do  12 h 100
Clerk,                          do  12 ,, 90
Do.                             do  12 i, 90
Do.                               do  12 ,, 90
Do.                               do  12 ,, 70
Do.                             do ,.9 i, 70
District Registrar, New Westminster     3£ n 200
Do.                      do.                         8J ii 150
Clerk,                            do.                      12 ,, 125
Do.                               do.                         3i i. 100
Do.                               do.                         3£ ,, 100
Do. do.                     S4m.@S90,    8} ,, 100
Do.                                 do.                        12 ,, 90
Do.                                 do.                        12 ,, 75
Do.                                 do.                           3J „ 60
Extra Clerk,                 do.                         3i .. 80
Do.                         do.                         9 ,, 80
Do.                         do.                         1J ,, 70
Do.                         do.                           5 i, 100
Do.                           do.                           Ii ii 40
District Registrar, Vancouver     8^ ,, 200
Clerk,                            do     8J n 100
Do.                              do  8£ ,, 80
Do.                                 do     8£ ,, 70
Do.                                 do     8* i. 60
Vote No. 11.—Legislation.
Speaker of the House	
Clerk of the House 	
Law Clerk, 28th Jan. to 9th Feb., and 25th Feb. to 8th March
Do. 10th to 24th February	
Do. 11th March to 23rd April	
Librarian	
Sergeant-at-Arms and Messenger	
Assistant Messenger	
Page	
Do	
Vote No. 12.—Registration of Voters.
Registrar, Victoria City & Esquimalt Districts.. 12 months @ § 12.50
Do. Victoria District  12
Do. Wellington     6
Do. Alberni to 30th June, 1891, 18
Do. Islands  12
Do. Burrard Inlet  12
Vote No. 13.— Asylum for the Insane.
Medical Superintendent  12 months @ 8208.33
Steward   12 „ 75
1st Keeper  12 ,, 60
2nd    do     12 i. 55
3rd     do      12 ,i 55
4th     do      12 „ 50
5th     do     ,  12 „ 50
Carried forward.
52,703 08
1,600 00
2,000 00
1,440 00
720 00
1,200 00
225 00
900 00
r,985 00
2,400 00
1,500 00
1,440 00
1,200 00
1,080 00
1,080 00
1,080 00
840 00
630 00
700 00
1,275 00
1,500 00
350 00
350 00
1,165 00
1,080 00
900 00
210 00
280 00
720 00
105 00
500 00
306 66
1,700 00
850 00
680 00
595 00
510 00
25,026 66
1,000 00
600 00
150 00
85 00
200 00
200 00
350 00
150 00
100 00
100 00
2,935 00
150 00
100 00
25 00
25 00
25 00
50 00
100 00
2,500 00
900 00
720 00
660 00
660 00
600 00
600 00
25 00
6,640 00
89,099 74 20
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$     cts.
%   ets.
&   ots
A Abbott	
H Gunn	
C S Campbell.
J Harper	
R Anderson ..
F Ross	
H Jones	
SLL Brown ..
S Wisdom	
J Chambers ..
1 Hume	
M Reid	
C Booth	
C W Jenkinson ,
W O Carter	
E L Kirkland ...
CC Fisher	
G W Cosens	
W L Fagan 	
E A Martin	
W F MoCulloch.
H Carmichael ..
R J Skinner .
D MuRae ...
J Fannin
A Workman .
J F Foulkes .
G E Jorgensen...
AG Smith	
J H Bowes	
F McRae	
E K Vernon	
J R Rathom	
WO Carter	
H Brooke 	
J Mahony 	
J L Chisholm....
N Strople	
G H Cross	
J Burns, B A	
J Anderson, B A.
J Pierson	
J C Prevost.
A Keast ....
F Evans	
Brought forward.
II-CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALAIUES)-CoH*m^v/.
Vote No. 13.—Asylntn for the Insane.—Concluded.
6th Keeper	
7th     do    	
Sth     do    	
9th     do    	
Night-watchman .
Matron	
Assistant Matron  12
do
do
Cook	
Washerwoman ,
do
12 months (ft
50
12  „
50
10  ,i 8 days
40
2  ,,
4(1
12   „
50
12   „
50
12   ,,
40
5   ,,
40
7   „
40
12   ,,
60
7   „
10
5   n
10
Vote No.    14—Revenue Services.
Assessor and Collector, Victoria  12 months (ft1 $160
Assistant     do                    do  12 n 100
Clerk,                                do         2J ,, 70
Assessor and Collector, New Westminster  12 „ 125
Clerk,                                            do                 12 „ 90
Collector,                                         do                  12 ,, 85
do                                              do                  12 „ 100
Vote No. 15—Assay  Offices and Reduction   Works.
Assayer and Superintendent of Works, Cariboo, 7 mos. 13 d. @ $250
do       Victoria    3    n 100
do do        8^,, 100
Vote No. 10.—Provincial Timber Inspectors.
1st Inspector  12 months (ft1 $125
2nd       do       12       ,, 100
Vote No.  17 Proeiiicial  Wusenni.
Curator   12 months (ft $110
Caretaker   12        „ 50
Vote. No. IS.—Temporary Departmental Assistance
Services
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
in Provincial Secretary's Office   11 mos. 1 d. @ $60
Lands and Works Office  1
Attorney-General's Office, as D. A.-G. 4
do do             ;|
do do      	
Land Reg. Office, New Westminster.. 1
Assessor's Office, Victoria  1
23
175
112.50
5
3d.
14 d.
8
3£,
do do
Govt. Agent's Office, New Westminster
do & Assessor's   do
do do
Assessor's Office, do
do do
Education Office, Victoria, 15 days	
do do       (at night)	
Supreme and County Courts, auditing, 71 months @ $100
26 d.
6d.
3d.
III.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (SALARIES).
Vote No. 10.—Supreme and County Courts.
Registrar, Supreme Court, Victoria...  12 months @ $165
Deputy Registrar, do do     ... 12 •     ,, 90
Official Stenographer, do do     ...    9       ,,   10 d.    150
Carried forward.
25 00
6,640 00
89,099 74
600 00
600 00
410 32
80 00
600 00
600 00
480 00
200 0C
280 00
600 0C
70 0C
60 00
1,920 00
1,200 00
175 OO
1,500 00
1,080 01
1,020 00
1,200 00
11,210 35
1,858 25
300 00
850 00
1,500 00
1,200 00
1,320 00
350 00
662 00
143 25
700 00
75 00
170 00
60 00
82 50
243 60
160 00
709 33
316 00
18 00
9 00
40 00
109 50
750 00
8,095 00
1,980 00
1,080 00
1,396 00
■2,700 00
1,670 00
4,456 001 56 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
21
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR  WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$  cts.
8  cts.
F Evans	
R T Elliott .
J Gilbert	
R T Elliott ...
O C Bass	
A G J Pinder
.1 Wooley	
B Evans	
H Combe	
•I Bland	
■1 Morrison...
W H Falding .
J J Cambridge
F Evans	
A B Homer.. .
.1 C Dockrill .
A E Heck	
S B Green
•I E McMillan ..
W J Armstrong
■I Stevenson ...
Eli Harrison....
W N Bole 	
W W Spinks....
C F Cornwall ...
E Johnson, Q C.
F S Hussey ..
.1 M Langl'ey.
W McNeill...
.1 Hunter
T M Robb .. .
.1 Finlayson
RFJohn	
WMuldoon	
K J Parsons	
R Liddell	
A Thomas	
CH F Blake	
J Mellon	
.1 S Helmcken, M D .
J D Campbell.
C Warwick ..
A Shepherd .
D Whiteside.
Brought forward
III.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (SALARIES).-
Con.ti lined.
Vote No. 11).—Supreme and County Courts—Concluded.
Official Stenographer, Supreme Court, Victoria .      h month (a- 8125
150
125
100
100
80
50
65
100
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
00
150
70
125
60
70
100
50
do
do
Deputy do
do      do
Clerk,
Typewriter,
Usher,
Registrar, County Court,
■Janitor, Law Courts,
Assistant Janitor, Law Courts,
Registrar, Supreme & County Cts., New Westm'r,
Deputy Registrar,    do do
< Uncial Stenograp'r, do do
Clerk, do do
do do do
Deputy Registrar,    do Vancouver,
Janitor, Law Courts, do
Vote. No. 20.—Sheriffs.
Sheriff, Victoria  12 months  («'  862.50
do       New Westminster     12       i, 02.50
do       Cariboo   12        .. 41.66
Vote No. 21.—Stipendiary Wtiaistrat.es.
Stipendiary Magistrate, Vancouver Island  12 months (a $41.66
do New Westminster Dist. 12       n 41.66
do Kamloops   12        n 41.66
do Cariboo   12        n 41.66
do                    Victoria   (exclusive    of
Municipal)     6       n 25
Vote No. 22 Superintendence of Police and Gaols.
Superintendent of Provincial Police   12 months (a 8150
Sergeant   12        ., 110
Constable  12       n 60
do    12        i, 60
do      6        n 60
Vote No. 23 Juvenile "Reformatory, Victoria.
Superintendent  12 months  <g  890
Vote No. 24.—Poliee and (Jaols,  I'ictoria.
Warden        ... 12 months (« 8100
1st Gaoler  12 ii 80
2nd   do      12 n 70
3rd    do      12 .. 70
1st Convict Guard  12 n 80
2nd           do              12 .. 70
3rd           do             12 „ 60
Medical Officer  12 u 	
Vote No. 25 Police and Gaols, Ps</nimalt.
Constable    12 months @ $70
Vote No. 20 Police and Gaols, New Westminster.
Government Agent  12 months @ $150
Assistant   do   12       n 100
Caretaker and Messenger   12        n 70
Carried forward.
4,456 00
62 50
150 00
125 00
700 00
300 00
960 00
162 60
780 00
1,200 00
900 00
280 00
1.800 00
84<> 00
125 00
480 00
210 00
1,200 00
600 00
16,331 00
750 00
750 00
500 00
9 500 on
500 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
150 00
1,S00 00
1,320 00
720 00
720 00
360 00
1,200 00
960 00
840 00
840 00
960 00
840 00
720 00
400 00
1,800 00
1,200 00
840 00
25 001  3,840 00
4,920 00
33,581 00
1 22
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
TO  WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT   SERVICE.
Arrears.
§  cts.
8   cts.
W Moresby	
W G Armstrong ...
J Burr ,	
RB Lister	
G Robertson	
W Edwards	
J Burr	
A O'Connor 	
R B Lister	
M Lavell   .
J M McLean, M D .
G A Calbick
A P Cummins
S Redgrave. .
H Redgrave ..
H R Moodie ..
O G Dennis...
N Fitzstubbs .
T H Giffin
J H Scoley ...
J D Graham ..
D M Gordon ..
T J Lendrum .
J Kirkup . ...
A Sproat 	
J Bowron  ...   .
G Cowan	
J L B McLain .
W Stephenson.
W F Allen	
J Porter	
T Harvey	
J Flewin	
Indian Louis
E Donehue ..
W Dodd.
J W Burr
GC Tunstall...
E T W Pearse .
J A Sinclair...
A G Burnyeat .
J C McLaren ..
E Furrer, M D.
J D Gillie 	
HI.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTI0E (SALAKIES).-
Continued.
Vote No. 20.—Police and Gaols. New Westminster,-
Concluded.
Gaoler  12 months @ 8100
2nd Gaoler  12
3rd     do            5
3rd    do          7
4th     do       12
1st Convict Guard         U-
lst do      7"
2nd do   12
3rd do      5
3rd do   7
Medical Officer  12
Brought forward .
76
60
60
60
80
SO
60
60
60
Vote No. 27.— Police and Gaols, New WestminsterDistrict.
Constable and Collector, Burrard Inlet  12 months  @    870
Vote No. 28.—Police and Gaols,  East Kootenay District,
Gold Commissioner,        Donald  12 months @ 8150
Constable and Recorder,     do      12       m 125
do                                    do      12       i, 70
do                     do        Golden   12        M 75
do                    do       Fort Steele....  12       M 100
Vote No. 29.— Police and Gaols, West Kootenai/ District
Gold Commissioner, Nelson 	
Constable and Recorder,     do    	
do do    	
do do    	
do do    	
do      and Recorder, Ainsworth ..
do do Revelstoke .
12 months @ 8150
12       ,, 100
11 ii 7d. 75
3 n 75
2        ,, 75
12 M 100
12        „ 100
100
do do Slocan      2       n
Vote No. 30.—Police and Gaols, Cariboo District
Gold Commissioner, Richfield   12 months @ 8172
Constable and Recorder,        do    12       n 125
Messenger, do 12       ,t 10
Government Agent, Forks of Quesnelle   12        n 133.33
Mounted Constable & Collector, 150-Mile House. 13       ,. 125
Vote No. 31.—Police and   Gaols,   Cassiar District.
Gold Commissioner,        Laketon  12 months @ 8125
Constable,                             do             51-     n 75
Bo          & Collector, Metlakahtla  12       ,, 90
Do                                Hazelton     5       u 60
Do                                Naas     9       ti 80
Vote No. 32.—Police and   Gaols,   Yale and. Ashcroft.
Government Agent,        Yale  12 months @ 8110
Constable and Collector, Ashcroft  12       h 80
Vote No. 33.—Police and Gaols, Kamloops.
Gold Commissioner and Government Agent  12 months @ 8150
Constable and Collector  12 ■■ 80
Do.             Gaoler  12 „ 70
Do.             Assistant Gaoler  12 n 60
Convict Guard   10 „ 26 d.    60
Medical Officer  12 „ 20
Constable, Nicola     2 m 60
Carried forward.
25 00
3,840 00
1,200 00
912 00
300 00
420 00
720 00
360 00
560 00
720 00
300 00
420 00
400 00
l,SO0 00
1,500 00
840 00
900 00
1,200 00
1,800 00
1,200 00
842 50
225 00
150 00
1,200 00
1,200 00
200 00
2,064 00
1,500 00
120 00
1,600 00
125 00
1,625 00
1,500 00
412 50
1,080 00
180 00
300 00
720 00
1,320 00
960 00
1,800 00
960 00
840 00
720 00
652 00
240 00
120 00
330 00
10,152 00
6,817 50
5,332 00
76,164 00 56 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
n
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
S  cts.
8   ets.
$  cts.
330 00
76,164 00
in.—ADMINISTRATION OK JUSTICE (SALARIES).—
Conclnded.
Vote No. 34.—Police and Gaols, Okanagan.
W Dewdney	
Gold Commissioner & Stipendiary Mag., Vernon    7 months @ $150
Do                                               'do               do       4       m    24 d. 150
Constable and Collector, Vernon 1 m. & #80, 11       n              100
Do                do        Enderhy      6      ,.               80
Do                   do         Mission     2       ,,                 GO
1,050 00
720 00
1,180 00
480 00
120 00
3,550 00
Vote No. 35.—Police and Gaols, Sim ilka meen & Osoyoos.
CAR Lamblev	
Constable, Assessor, & Recorder, Rock Creek... 12 months @ $100
Do                         do         Granite Creek..   12        ,,             .   80
1,200 00
960 00
2,160 00
Vote No. 3d.— Police and   Gaols, Nanaimo.
J Sage	
W Stewart	
S Drake .......  	
Government Agent   12 months @ $125
Constable and Gaoler  12       M                90
do              Assistant Gaoler   12       n                80
do             12        i,                 00
1,600 00
480 00
1,080 00
960 00
720 00
720 00
60 00
642 00
240 00
840 00
2nd       do              10       n     22 d.    60
L T Davis, MI)	
Medical Officer  12       „                20
Vote No. 37.—Police and Gaols, CotvieJtan District.
J) Stevenson	
7,242 00
H 0 Wellburn	
G A Kier	
Government Agent  12 months @ 8100
Constable, Cowichan  12       M                00
1,200 00
720 00
720 00
2,640 00
Vote No. 38.--Police and Gaols, Comox.
Constable, Assessor and Collector  12 months  @  $S0
do        South Comox  12       M                70
do        Alert Ray  12       „                70
Vote No. 3ft.—Police and Gaols,  IJllooet District.
OOO
2,640 00
Government Agent, Clinton  12 months @ 8125
Constable, Recorder and Assessor, Lillooet            12       h              100
1,500 00
1,200 00
C Phair	
2,700 00
Vote No.  39a.—Inspector of Animals (Contagious  Diseases Act).
Inspector     7 months <<* $125
IV-LEGISLATION.
875 00
97,971 00
Vote No. 40.—Indemnity to Members,
19,800 00
Vote No. 41.—Mileage.
3,722 50
Vote No. 43.—Expenses of Elections.
"Colonist"	
CPR Co's Telegraph ...
28 00
14 00
6 95
6 45
Advertising notices,               ti                     n               	
55 40
330 00
23,577 90 24
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to .30th June, 1892.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts
Brought forward...
IV.—LEGISLATION.— Concluded.
Vote No. 44.— Contingent Fund.
M Miller	
J A Cohen	
F A Bennett	
AS Potts	
C Hugonin	
M & H A Fox	
NET&LCo	
The Sehl-Hastie Co ..
E B McKay	
M & L Young	
J G Bourinot	
J H Mason	
R Anderson	
A Holmes	
"Golden Era"	
W Bryce	
"Nanaimo Free Press
" Victoria Times " ...
M Miller
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
MWWaitt &Co	
T N Hibtaen & Co	
M Miller 	
Edison General Elec. Co.
Vancouver Ire 7 Works..
Reed & Goodman	
Miller & Richard	
Palmer & Rey	
National E T & L Co ....
Albion Iron Works	
SL Kelly & Co	
P McQuade & Son	
B Gordon    	
E G Prior & Co	
Langley & Co	
A Holmes	
J Doherty	
H M Customs	
R P Rithet & Co    	
C PNCo	
Pacific Parcels Delivery .
Dominion Express Co ...
R J Styles	
W Lambeth	
F Elwin	
J Smithurst	
A Elliott	
D J McDonald	
J Johnstone	
E G Prior & Co
Langley & Co..
Victoria Gas Co
Spratt & Gray .
Printing' invitations	
do do	
Issuing- do   §15; postage, $4	
Stenographer " McLeoo " Committee, 4 days, $40; extending notes, $35
Secretary School Committee, 9 days	
Penknives for Members	
Special ears for Guard of Honour at opening- of Parliament	
Hire of chairs at prorogation of Parliament	
Engrossing- Address to Her Majesty the Queen	
Supplies for luncheon room    ...
Fee for opinion re Powers and Privileges of Legislative Assembly ..
Expenses to New West, to execute Speaker's Warrant, re Kennedy Br
Expenses of Sergeant-at-Arms to New Westminster, n
Washing towels	
1 copy of " Era,"     during Session	
3 copies of " Colonist,''       n	
3       it " Free Press,"   ,. 	
3       M "Times," n 	
Vote No. 45.—Journals and Statutes  "Binding.
Binding 286 Journals of 1891, 8143; 300 Statutes §200	
do       599 Statutes of 1892	
267 Sessional Papers	
book for Private Bills Reports, etc	
sundry Acts and Statutes	
1 copy of Rules of Court	
Folding and stiching 650 Reports and 4 vols. Orders of the Day, $15.50:
Surveyor-General's Report, $40; 0,834 Agricultural Returns, $68.35
Making cases for Surveyor-General's Report 	
On account of work on Rules of Court	
do
do
do
do
V. -PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).
Vote No. 40.—Printing Office,  Victoria.
Paper 	
do    :  	
do   $70; composition, etc., $8.50 ..
10 horse power Electric Motor	
Pulleys, shaft, belting and repairs.   .
Ink, etc	
Type and printing material	
Metal furniture	
Power for Motor	
Repairing machinery, etc	
do      oil feeder  	
Oil and waste ,
Brooms, soap, coal oil, and matches ,
Tools and sandpaper	
Sponge and brushes	
Washing towels	
Removing rubbish 	
Duty on ink and printing material...
Freight on n ....
do
Expressagc on parcels	
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Vote  7Yo. 47.—Assay  Offices.
Coke and charcoal, Victoria Office	
Chemicals and apparatus, n 	
Gas supply, i r 	
Turning up forgings, m 	
Carried forward
343 00
599 00
267 00
34 50
191
2 50
123 85
12 00
50 00
2,959 25
2,067 70
78 50
900 00
155 78
98 45
381 51
25 75
106 60
12 26
25
28 75
12 30
2 67
1 76
24 00
4 00
27 20
4 30
43 10
18 50
3 50
75
1 00
50
50
25 0C
1 50
1 25
12 75
159 OS
68 15
3 75
23,577 90
337 111
4,304 75
6,976 62
S.976 62 56 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
25
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
8  cts.
$  cts
$   cts.
337 11
(10 Oil
3 00
4 30
5 75
12 00
13 67
15 39
2 90
4 75
458 87
243 08
28 05
■> 00
1 50
4 50
87 60
2 50
3 00
240 00
60 00
3 00
4 30
5 25
35 00
22 25
13 25
87 27
289 25
34 24
15 50
42 00
47 75
16 86
25 67
10 00
238 05
11 95
4 70
10 00
8 00
74 34
14 50
12 70
18 75
3 50
7 50
6 00
15 00
10 00
20 00
2 90
3 20
19 60
50
16 95
32 30
12 00
36 50
2 50
5 00
12 00
24 00
12 00
6,976 62
V.-PUBIIC INSTITUTIONS  (MAINTENANCE) Continued.
Vote. No. 47.—Assail Offices.—Concluded.
A Kelly	
Clearing snow from Cariboo Office	
.1 Bibhv	
A McArthur	
J Knott	
Putting in lights and fitting drawers,                  n            	
Vote No. IS.— Provincial  Museum .
372 73
Column of Vancouver Island marble	
H Short	
D E Campbell	
P F Collier	
Tools	
8 vols, of Chambers' Encyclopedia         	
J P Burgess .
Wetter Bros	
P McQuade & Son	
Walnut case	
Visitors' register, cards, etc., 821; binding bird list, etc., 821	
M Miller	
S L Kelly & Co	
E G Prior & Co	
M W Waitt & Co	
WT Wall	
Fell & Co	
B C Pottery Co	
Clay .             	
T Taylor	
E S Peters	
Allegator skin	
J Sears	
J H King	
Expressage on parcels	
W S Beckwith	
Dominion Express Co ...
W J Sutton	
Hotel Douglas	
Paid freight on mineral specimens from Kootenay  	
C PR	
C P N Co	
Fare and meals,              n       to Sieamous and return	
Enderby Hotel	
S & 0 Co	
E Forester	
Vote No. 4V. -Asylum for the Insane, New Westminster.
Provisions.
1,589 02
J D Rae	
2,807 60
27 71
754 16
699 76
187 20
2,244 50
38 25
200 73
288 40
R .7 Armstrong	
do
A Tanasse	
A R Lavery	
do                            6      ii	
WH Vianen	
Fish,       ,•                  12       „
J Reichenbach	
Milk,                           1      ii     	
Brown & Hewett	
Brown Bros	
do                           5      i,     	
do                           6      .,     	
Pnel and Light.
7,248 31
J WCreighton	
1,877 25
3 50
644 41
Wood	
N W Gas Co	
2,625 16
18,711 84 26
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   ets.
$   ets.
D S Curtis & Co
G Stevens ....
G W Walker.. .
Ogle, Campbell & Co .
J W Harvey	
Campbell & Anderson ...
Cunningham Bros	
Do.       Hardware Co
Wintemute Bros	
McKenzie & Coulthard...
D Lyal & Co	
Reid & Currie	
Ogle & Campbell	
Douglas & Davison	
A F Owen	
F Stirskv	
F Crake 	
Albion Iron Works 	
C P RCo	
C&KSNCo	
C PNCo	
B C Express Co	
W & T Tram Co	
Str " Galena"	
Str "Lytton "	
Str " City of Nanaimo".
Str "Cutch"	
Abrahamson Bros	
Marshall & Smith	
Bligh & Lyne	
C O Bilodean	
Holbrook House	
A Matheson	
Colonial Hotel	
Leland Hotel	
W J Meaken	
E J Carson	
N Hanlon	
P Eagan	
W Sillistee	
J Beaton	
R Anderson	
Gilley Bros 	
Gurney Cab Co	
D Burton	
J Heard	
H H Williams	
D Stuart	
G WBoggs, MD	
W A DeWolf Smith, M D
C J Fagan, M D	
R E Walker, M D	
J M McLean, MD	
L T Davis, M D	
E A Praeger, M D	
T W Lambert, M D	
S Herbert, MP	
RG Brett, MD	
P J Rice, M D	
R McKechnie, M D	
WEFales	
Brought forward	
V.-PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTEN^NCE).-<'<>'''/u»<W.
Vote No. 49.—Asylum for the Insane, New   Westminster.
Continued.
Medicines,
Medicines	
Surgical appliances	
do 	
Clothing.
Clothing, boots, and blankets, 12 months.
Serge, cotton, etc	
Furniture.
Crockery and kitchen utensils	
Cooking utensils, etc 	
Wringer, repairing tinware, etc	
Bedroom furniture, tables, chairs, etc.
Washing machine	
Piano    	
Hand truck	
Carpet	
Whip, etc	
Tuning piano	
Cleaning clock	
do 	
Range plates	
Transport of I/unaMcs and Keepers.
Fares and meals, lunatics and keepers, sundry times, en route to Asylum
do do do 	
do do do 	
Fares, do do 	
do do do 	
Fares and meals, do do 	
do do do 	
do do do 	
do do do 	
Meals and beds, do do at Revelstoke	
do do do at Clinton  	
do do do at Ashcroft	
do do do 	
do do do New Westminster
do do do                     do
do do do                     do
do do do Vancouver	
do do do                do        	
Hire of team and men,    do Pavilion to Clinton .
Services in charge of lunatic from Clinton
do     and expenses, in charge of lunatic from Clinton
do do do Kamloops to Salmon Arm
do do Aldergrove
Expenses while capturing escaped lunatic	
Hack for lunatics and keepers, sundry times, to Asylum .
do do do do
do do do do
do do do do
do do do do
do do do do
Miscellaneo u s.
Examining-15 persons as to sanity	
do 5 do 	
do 4 do 	
do 3 do 	
do 19 do 	
do 3 do 	
do 2 do 	
do 2 do 	
do 1 do 	
do 1 do 	
do 2 do 	
do 1 do 	
Burial of 15 patients	
Carried forward
213 75
2 75
2 0(
693 75
25 48
110 18
48 40
18 10
141 00
10 00
275 00
16 50
82 75
4 50
5 0C
1 OC
2 0C
7 00
214 85
22 25
9 00
45 00
3 25
6 00
21 50
4 75
8 00
3 00
4 50
7 00
2 00
1 5C
2 0C
S 5C
5C
5C
20 0C
18 0C
65 5C
6 3C
15 6C
2 0C
9 5C
1 00
1 00
1 00
90
1 50
75 00
25 0C
20 0C
15 0C
95 0C
12 0C
8 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
8 00
4 00
120 00
402 00
18,711 84
721 43
20,874 30 50 Vict.       Public Accounts,  1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
27
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
§   cts.
§   cts.
II Morey	
C PN Co	
Mathers &. Milligan ...
Gilley Bros	
P M, New Westminster
D Lval & Co	
N W Foundry	
Campbell & Anderson.
B Marshall	
A Docksteader.	
A Mercer	
Douglas & Davison....
J H Cross & Co	
P T Johnston	
W E Vanstone & Co...
Hickingbottoin Bros, VS
Plumb & Burton	
,i Phillips	
G S Mabel	
•J D Rae	
J Best	
T Clifford	
S H Webb	
W A Cumyow ...
Commonwealth P't'g. Co
Dominion Express Co
J Phillips	
TOddy	
A Rae	
J H Williams	
,1 M Wise	
J French 	
W M Chudley, Treasurer
W H Keary, Treasurer ..
J Stone, Secretary
D Smith, Secretarv.
J Mcintosh, Treasurer
Vancouver City..
E R McGregor, President
Brought forward	
V.-PUBLTC  INSTITUTIONS   (MAINTENANCE)-*'"" <'"<'<<'
Vote No. 49.—Asylum for the Insane, New  Westminster
Concluded. Off,
Miscellaneous.—Concluded.
2 fifes and whistles	
Freight on range ring    	
Hay and grain  	
Boarding horse	
Rent of box, 1 year	
Postage stamps	
Fire bars .   ...        	
Tools	
Carting hay	
Searching for and bringing back escaped lunatic.
Hay.
Harness, etc..   	
Flower pots	
Seeds and fruit trees         	
Repairing telephone	
Attending on sick cow	
Hack for Board of Underwriters, inspecting Asylum.
Paid for whistles and plants	
Graining tools	
Grass seed	
Stock fee	
Repairing clock	
Whistles for keepers	
Interpreter at examination of Chinaman	
Notices, letterheads, and blank books	
Expressage on parcels 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
VI.-HOSPITALS AND CHARITIES.
Vote No. 50.— Hospital, Victoria.
Grant in aid, VI months	
Vote No. 51.— Hospital, New Westminster.
Grant in aid, 12 months	
Vote No. 5V—Hospital,  Cariboo.
Grant in aid, 12 months	
Vote No. 53. -Hospital, Nannimo.
Grant in aid, 12 months	
Vote No. 54.—Hospital, Kamloops.
Grant in aid, 12 months	
Vote No. 55.—Hospital, Vancouver.
Grant in aid, 12 months	
Vote No. 58,—In aid of lief age Home,   Victoria.
Grant in aid, 12 months	
Carried forward 	
■2 65
25
301 64
6 00
5 00
10 00
16 82
16 90
3 00
22 50
24 00
12 75
8 50
20 57
10 5C
25 0,
3 00
10 70
2 0C
2 15
2 0C
1 00
70
3 00
20 00
45
50
75
75
4 1C
75
75
945 08
21,819 98
3,400 00
4,000 00
28,400 00 28
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
City of Victoria.
Do
A Churton	
I) Little   	
JT Dunlap	
T Gumming   ...
G Sayers 	
R Lewtas	
M Kilpatrick .   .
A Howard	
F MeKenny	
D Edwards	
H Brown    	
•J Campbell	
J McLeod	
■U P R	
B C Express	
J C Henderson, M D.
R Carson	
J Jane	
E Duprat	
B Gordon	
H Saunders	
C T Dupont	
W Newman 	
J Genelle	
T W Lambert, MD..
J C Steen	
Bligh & Lynn	
C PN Co	
WHHolden	
Gurney Cab Co .   ...
J Alwav	
J Pollard	
J Chipp, MD	
C Livett  	
Alexandra Hospital.
Gilley Bros	
G Sansom, M D.
A W Pearse, M D .
E J Offerhaus, M D.
J Clarke, M D .
C McLean, M D.
Brought forward	
VI.-HOSPITALS AND CHARITIES.-Co«W«/rf^.
Vote No. 59.—In aid of Destitute Poor and Sick.
Proportion of amount due for maintenance of Old Men's Home for 1891
do do general charities do
Grant towards maintenance of deaf and duml/child at McKay Institute
Grant in aid ".	
do 	
J Smith ....
WJorgesen..
H Jack	
W Robson ...
H Jorgesen..
J W Walker .
Mrs Marcotte
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Fares of destitute and sick people, sundry times	
do do do 	
Expenses from Chilliwhack to attend sick and destitute man at Yale
Board, lodging, and care of                         M                     M        Clinton
Supplies for                                                   M                     n        Savona
In charge of                                                   ,■                     ir   to Kamloops
Provisions for destitute family from Howe Sound	
do do " ..	
Rent of Victoria Theatre for lecture in aid of Russian Famine Fund.
Grant in aid of a destitute family at Rogers Pass	
Expenses taking sick and destitute man to Kamloops	
Attendance on n ,, Yale	
Meals, bed, and fare, n n Donald to Banff	
do n ii Ashcroft	
Fare and meals, n M to Victoria	
Board and lodging for destitute family, New Westminster	
Conveying destitute family to Vancouver Alexandra Hospital	
Team to take injured man from Texas Lake to Yale	
Meals and bed for sick and destitute man at Clinton	
Attendance on n n Vernon	
iSursing >, n Fort Steele, 24 days.   .
Rent of house and care of destitute family, Vancouver	
Hack for children to Orphan's Home, n (twice)	
Vote No, OO.- In aid of Resident Physiciau^ut Clinton,
Grant as above, 12 months	
Vote No. 01.—In. aid of Resident Physician, Nicola
Grant as above, 12 months	
Vote No. 02.—In aid of 'Resident Physician, Okanagan.
Grant as above, 12 months	
Vote No. 04.—In aid of Resident Physician, lower
Cariboo.
Grant as above, 12 months	
" Vote]No. 05.—In aid of Resident Physician, Port Steele.
Grant as above, 2 months, 883.33;  allowance for expenses, self and
family, Victoria to Fort Steele, §250	
VII.-ADMIN1STRATION OE JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).
Vote No. 00.—Summoning & paying Jurors & Witnesses.
Witness fee, Reg. v. Kennedy, 1 day, Victoria,
do Reg, v. David, * 3 days @ S2; exp. #4.50 n
do do 3 ,i 2 „ 4.50 n
do do 3 n 2 u 4.50 ,i
do do 3 i, 2 ,, 4.50 ,i
do R. s. Alborough &) Jue Yaw, 2 M 2 „
do Reg. v. Ch-wha-inot, 4 M 2 ,, 0 m
Ca rried forward	
2 00
10 50
10 50
10 50
10 50
4 00
14 00
458 !
62 00
625 70
309 80
100 00
20 00
26 00
20 00
10 00
200 00
25 00
20 00
25 00
25 00
10 00
25 00
20 00
112 01
30 00
10 00
50 00
50 00
2 50
20 00
10 00
55 00
27 00
13 25
20 00
10 00
1 50
3 50
24 00
I 50
12 00
4 00
5 00
00 00
154 25
3 50
	
2,139 61
1,000 00
600 00
333 33
33,272 84 56 Vict,       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to :30th June, 1892.
29
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$    ts.
F Battleman . .
W Hutchings ..
Mrs H May .,   .
J Mellor	
L Young	
T M Miller ....
A S Innes	
C J Miller	
C P Bloomfield
RH Ward	
H Cole	
J Hawton	
J Merrifield ...
A M Carpenter
D Lindsay	
J Hoffman	
M Marks	
F Turner	
J S Hildreth...
C Clausen 	
C King	
E A Johnson ..
E Pike	
S Vanciele	
J Leonard	
W Lambeth .  .
W Bond	
J C McGregor .
M Page	
A A Aaronson .
E Abel	
J W Walker .. .
G A Brain   	
C Olsen   	
R II Walker ...
L Gouley	
D C Patterson .
A Patterson ...
A Wasberg	
M Marks	
T Donovan ....
J Etcher	
J Smith	
Jno. Menzies ..
Jas. Menzies.. .
P Nelson	
C Lee	
J Donovan 	
W Gravener ...
W Ebmeier ....
H Madden....
J C McDonald .
A Nickerson ...
J Kingsley ....
A Green	
W Reid 	
C Hamilton ...
E C Foote, M D
J Smith	
W J Dowler ...
J Stewart	
R Stewart	
H Noble	
P J Nolan	
A P Peacock.. .
GShea	
R F Daly	
J B Jones	
J Martin	
EC Baker	
GJay, Jr	
J Cassel	
M Davis	
Kwitla	
Kawtsa	
Stalas	
Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION  OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).— Continued.
Vote No. OO.—Summoning <# pitying Jurors <£• Witnesses.
Continued.
Witness fee
Reg. y. Ch-wha-mot,
4 day
@.?1; exp.
$4; Vietoria
do
"     do
1
do
Reg. v. Fried,
,,
4         ii
do
Reg. v. Ferhast & Lee,
2
2
do
do
2
i        2
do
Reg. u. Mah Doon,
1
do
do
1
do
Reg. v. MoKav,
1
i        2     ,,
3.50    „
do
do
1
i       2     ,i
3.50    „
do
Reg. v. Ju Yan Dick,
1
do
do
1
do
do
1
do
do
1
do
do
1
do
do
1
do
do
1
do
do
1
do
do
1
do
Reg. y. Haydon,
3
i       2
do
Reg. y. Beckman,
1
do
do
1
do
Reg. y. Keene,
1
do
do
2
do
do
.?
do
do
i
do
do
4
do
do
1
do
do
7
do
do
8
do
Reg. V. Rowton,
1
do
do
1
do
Reg. v. Wilson & Lee,
2
2
do
Reg. v. Morris & Carmiea
1
do
do
1
do
do
1
do
Reg. v. Cleary,
4
,       2
do
do
4
,       2
do
do
4
,        2
do
Reg. y. Lake,
3
i       2
do
do
3
.       2
do
Reg. v. Burke,
6
i       2;  exp
$7.75    ,.
do
do
3
,       2
do
do
1
do
Reg. y. Rohinson,
3
2
4.50    „
do
do
3
2     „
4.50    ,,
do
do
3
i        2
do
Reg. v. Ross,
2
,       2
do
Reg. v. Day,
4
2
do
do
4
,        2
do
do
4
2
do
do
4
2
do
Reg. v. Davis,
2
do
do
.        2
do
do
.       2
do
Reg. y. Musgrave,
,       2
do
Reg. v Harker,
2
do
do
2
do
do
2
do
Reg. y. Oapt. Bill,
.        o
do
do
do
do
,       0.50
do
do
i       0.60
do
Reg. y. Morgan,
2
do
do
i       2
do
Reg. v. Bennett,
i       4
do
do
,       2
do
do
,        2
do
do
,        2
do
Reg. v. Johnson,
t      2; exp.
$20       „
do
do
do
do
do
Reg. y. Wong Wow,
2
do
do
i        2
do
Reg. y. Neejai Tsai,
17
i       1     ..
2         i.
do
do
17
1     i,
2
do
do
17
1     ii
2         it
Carried fori
458 87
458 87
8 00
2 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
2 00
2 00
5 50
5 50
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
6 00
2 00
2 0C
2 00
4 00
4 00
8 00
8 00
2 00
14 00
16 00
2 00
2 00
4 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
8 00
8 00
8 00
6 00
6 00
19 75
6 00
2 00
10 60
10 50
6 00
4 00
8 00
8 00
8 00
8 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
8 00
4 00
2 00
1 00
1 00
6 00
6 00
12 00
6 00
2 00
6 00
34 0C
2 00
4 0C
4 00
4 00
19 00
19 0C
19 00
508 75 30
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$  cts.
$   ets.
Ahmalt 	
F J Spencer	
E Abel	
Ah Wing	
Ah Sing	
Ah Kwong	
Sing	
T A Elsden	
F Terry   	
A Martin	
MO'Sullivan	
I Sinclair	
M Sinclair   	
P Brennan	
T O'Connell 	
J H Cocking	
W W Walkem, M D ..
W Sinclair	
A R Heyland	
R Irving	
T Shotholt, J P	
C Hayward, J P   ....
N Shakespeare, J P ..
Pay Lists	
Burnes House ......
Poodle Dog	
Balmoral	
New York	
New England	
CH Ellacott	
G Hargreaves	
R Bell	
J Fredrickson 	
F V T Lee	
A May	
A Keast	
M Desham   ....
E A Praeger, M D .. .
M Moore	
E Hughes	
W Hughes	
A W Watson, M D .. .
J Mearns	
J Devine	
Lee WTo 	
T LeBceuf	
J Jamieson	
T Jamieson	
R Nightingale	
H Peck 	
E A Praeger, M D ...
W W Walkem, M D ..
T Cocking	
M Sinclair	
M O'Sullivan	
J Sinclair 	
T O'Connell	
S Kizzie	
W Kirkpatrick 	
H Ryan        	
D W Eherts, M D ....
H McAdie	
H Ellis	
Indian Frank	
J O'Grady	
T O'Connell	
W Huggan	
L T Davis, M D . .
D W Eberts, M D ...
R E McKechnie, M D
A Jones	
C Erwick	
E Jones	
A Ashworth	
S Sutton	
Indian Yackakatas .
Brought forward.
VII.-APMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHKR than
SALARIES).-C'«M«H«crf.
Vote No. OO.—Summoning & paying .furors <C- Witnesses.
Continued.
Witness fee
do
do
do
do
do
do
Reg.
Re
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Draftin
19
V. Neejai Tsai,
do
v. Lee Hong,
do
do
do
do
Reg. v. Williams & Hearns
do
do
Reg. y. Vipond,
do
do
do
do
.   do
do
do
do
Reg. v. Munro.
f jurors,
do
do
Petit jurors,
Board and lodging for 6 witnesses, Reg. v. Vipond,
Meals for jury,
do
do
do
Making plan of premises, Reg. v. Keene,
do do do
Delivering message to jurors,
Cab hire, Mr. Justice Crease, awaiting verdict, Reg.
Witness fee, Belyea Commission,       5 days @ $2.50:
do do 5        ,,       3
Making copies of jury lists,
17 days @ $1; exp. $2;   Victoria
11
10
1
13.50
1
1
1
1
2; exp. $2
2
2.75
12
12
12
12
6
12
16
12
6
y. Keene
exp. $37
Witness fee, Reg.
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Pasley,
do
do
do
do
Reg. v. Blair,
do
do
do
y. Gilbert,
do
do
do
do
y. Vipond,
do
do
do
do
do
do
y. Slater,
do
do
do
do
do
y. Watsutta et at.,
do
do
do
y. Pierre,
do
Reg. v. Pierre et at.,
Reg. y. Trevilla.
do
do
bieg. y. Edwards,
do
do
Reg.
Reg.
Reg.
Reg.
Reg.
4 day
1
1
1
1
5
4
4
4
4
4
4
3
3
2
3
3
6
3
3
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
8
3
3
s @ $2; exp. $5, Nanaimo
Carried forward
exp. $2.50,
ii   4
2.50
2.50
2; exp. $4.50
2  ,,   1
2  ,i   1
1; exp. $1
2
2
2
4
4
4
458 87
$ cts
19 00
51 50
4 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
8 00
8 00
8 75
22 00
22 00
22 00
22 00
12 00
22 00
36 00
22 00
14 00
4 00
55 00
50 00
5 00
842 00
24 00
13 50
33 50
9 00
13 50
10 00
20 00
3 00
2 50
49 50
20 00
70 00
13 00
4 OO
2 00
2 00
2 00
22 50
12 00
10 60
6 50
8 00
8 00
8 00
0 00
6 00
8 00
12 00
6 00
12 00
6 00
6 00
8 50
3 00
3 00
2 00
4 00
2 00
2 00
9 00
6 00
6 00
6 00
8 00
8 00
12 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
1 00
458 87  2,285 50 56 Vict.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
31
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts
Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).~t'«H«i»«erf.
Vote No. OO,—Summoning <t- paying Jurors <t' Witnesses.
Continued.
J Chadwick	
S Chadwick 	
T Eva	
J Bell	
S Doney	
R Doney 	
A S Thomas	
J Chadwick 	
J Bell	
D Edwards	
H Dempsey 	
C VanHouten	
D Adams	
P Acton	
H Hamburger	
J Halliday	
J Seouvarts	
A Seouvarts	
M J Vanerk 	
D Brown	
A Cartwright	
F Foord      ..
S Maxwell	
J C Sparrow	
J Broadwell	
A W Watson, M D .. ..
W W Walkem, M D ...
L T Davis, M D	
A Ranche 	
C Ingram 	
J Mahrer	
A A Dempsey 	
C Adams	
E Malcolm	
J Jones 	
Pay Lists	
M Bate, J P	
J P Planta, J P	
C Martin	
W HPhilpott	
R Heyland	
Thompson & Scoville  .
W J Armstrong	
A Todd	
Indian Paul	
,,     Charley	
,,     Susan	
,,     Jack	
H Hughes	
G D Lawson	
J Gosse 	
J Merrymont	
A Goldstein 	
W Brydone-Jack, M D .
L Liberty 	
R L Ashton	
Quon Ah Moi	
J R Brown	
Ah Lat	
J Jordan 	
E Montray	
A Leashman	
D Kimble	
G Winlan	
II Koesch	
N Morin	
J Graner 	
W Martin 	
C J Tullv	
W II Garland	
H E Langis, M D	
W H Steves	
T Shirley	
F Devlin	
K Burnett, C E	
G Carter	
Witness fee, Reg. y. Edwards,
do
do
do
do
do
Rog. v. Zachakatas,
do
do
do
y. Williams,
do
do
v. Herld,
do
do
do
do
do
v. Brown,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
V. Payne.
v. Leigh,
do
do
do
y. Troma
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Petit jurors,
Drafting jurors,
do
Meals for juries,
do
' Making plan of premises, Reg. v. Vipond,
Buggy hire for Sheriff, serving subpoenas,
Expenses, do
Witness fee, lleg. v. Rutledge,
days @ $1; exp. $2; Nanaimo
exp. $2.50
2.50
Reg
Re:
Reg
Reg
He-
Reg.
(sp. all'nee $40)
exp. $1
1
6.50
1
1
1
11
11
11
11
12
2.60
1
do Reg. v. GritHn, 2
do                     do 2
do                       do 2
do                     do 2
do Reg. v. Johnson, 3
do                       do 3
do                       do 3
do                     do 2
do                .    do 2
do Reg. y. Yoshikawa, 1
do                     do 1
do Reg. y. Sam and Chu Kee, 5
do                     do 5
do                     do 5
do                     do 3
do Reg. v. Jim, 3
do                     do 3
do Reg. v. Yow Kee, 3
do                     do 3
do                     do 3
do Reg. v. Cyrs, 3
do                     do~ 3
do                     do 3
do                     do 3
do                     do 3
do                     do 3
do                     do 1
do Reg. v. Greer, 6
do                     do 6
do                     do 6
do                     do 1
do                     do 6
2 days,
day @ $2;
1
1
1
1
2
2
Carried forward
exp. $1, Cowichan
1 New West
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
3
1.50
3
6.20
6.20
6.20
6.20
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
3
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
458 87
2,285 50
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
14 50
14 50
4 00
2 00
2 00
4 00
4 00
2 00
4 00
7 00
7 00
34 50
7 00
7 00
7 00
8 00
33 00
33 00
33 00
33 00
34 00
70 60
20 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
711 20
15 00
15 00
8 75
76 50
10 00
12 00
6 50
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
8 00
8 00
8 00
6 00
7 00
5 50
5 00
16 20
11 20
16 20
9 20
7 00
7 00
6 00
8 00
8 00
8 00
8 00
8 00
9 00
8 00
8 00
6 00
14 00
14 00
14 00
6 00
14 00
3,826 85 32
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts. J
$  cts.
C Mee	
D H Wilson 	
J O'Dwyer	
E Cook	
W McNeill	
C R Slater	
H Lipsett	
J B Smith  	
FW Vincent	
G Mesher	
W J Mann	
W J Allan	
T Robinson	
A Rosenburg	
V W Haywood	
J L Irvine.  	
J Quible 	
W Stillman	
R McRae	
J Punch	
J Wilson	
W M Barclay	
R E Walker, MD.,..
J W Stein	
J Beaton	
E A Praeger, M D
WReinhardt, M D...
A Hoon	
A McBlane	
J McBlane	
A J Hake	
A Acorn 	
W Eaton	
A J Johnson	
K Silverman	
J Grady	
W McDermott	
PBissell	
J Munro	
N Stuart 	
J A Thomson	
W J Gallagher	
F Devlin	
S Shay	
T Price	
M G Pease	
J H Grady	
W HCorbeille	
S J Emmanuel	
W S Taylor	
W J Quinn	
P Lawson	
P W Evans	
A W Lane	
F Munro	
M DesBrisay.	
J B Marguette	
G Hutton 	
Ah Yung	
Mah Hong	
S Patterson	
A M Robertson, M D.
H E Langis, M D ....
A H Westcott	
F Bennett	
J C Lloyd	
WSMunLee	
AhFoo	
Mah Lee	
Long Jim 	
Felix	
Matsqui Louis	
0 Brown	
W J McGuigan, M D .
Casmeer	
Joe Cheer	
Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION  OF  JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).—Continued.
Vote No. OO.—Summoning Jt paying .Jurors & Witnesses
Continued.
Witness fee
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
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
Keg.
Reg.
Reg.
Reg.
Reg.
Reg.
Reg.
R. o.
Reg.
Reg-
Reg.
y. Greer,
do
do
do
y. White,
do
do
do
do
v.  Irvine,
do
do
do
do
do
do
y. Devine & Wilkinson
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
y. Burr et at.,
do
do
do
do
y. Davis,
do
do
do
do
y. Murray,
v. Ah Lim,
y. Moore,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
y. Hoy,
do
do
do
Chung Hing & Moon
v. Pong Puck,
do
do
y. Que Son et at,
v. Knox and Rae,
do
do
do
v. McMullan,
do
do
do
y. Wat & Rehberger,
do
do
do
do
do
6 days
4
1
4
6
8
10
@ $2; exp.
4
4
2
2
2
2
$2; N. West.
1.50
2
.75
6
33
27.50
2.70
2
.20
.20
.20
8
2
1
2.50
2.50
5
5.05
2
4.90
1
0.75
0.75
0.75
0.75
0.75
0.75
0.75
0.75
1.60
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
3.30
4
3.30
3.30
0.75
0.75
0.75
0.75
4.50
2
1
1
1
Carried forward.
458 87
3,826 85
14 00
17 50
6 00
8 75
18 00
49 00
47 50
10 00
22 00
14 00
14 00
14 00
14 00
14 70
14 00
14 00
12 20
17 00
17 00
12 20
12 20
12 00
' 20 00
10 20
8 00
20 00
26 00
13 00
14 50
14 60
23 00
25 05
18 00
22 90
18 00
18 00
2 00
3 00
2 75
2 75
2 75
2 75
2 75
2 75
2 76
2 75
5 50
2 75
2 75
2 76
2 75
2 75
2 75
7 30
8 00
7 30
7 30
2 75
1 75
1 75
2 75
32 50
10 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
2 00
1 00
1 00
1 OO
4 00
4 00
6 00
12 75
4 00
4 00
468 87     4,631 20 56 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
33
TO WHOM PAID.
Dan Cheer	
Fenell	
N Larmon	
H Holding	
A Currie	
L Mundon	
G Mundon	
G W Boggs, MD	
H Zucohero	
C Magnone 	
N Lemay	
A Holt	
G Newman	
D McLaughlin	
F Furniss	
J Carty	
P Alexander	
I M McLean, M D	
J McDonald	
F McDonald	
J McDonald, Jr	
.1 McDonald, Sr	
J Tapley	
J Tapley	
F Tapley        .	
R Waller	
O Waller	
Kitty	
War-nok    .
Clap-pas	
G Pittendrigh	
A Peele	
W II Armstrong ....
J Gibson	
J McLaren	
A McAlpine	
Pay Lists	
J Mathers, J P	
J Cunningham, J P..
G Pittendrigh, J P...
TC Atkinson, JP...
CG Major, JP	
W J MeGuigan, M D.
J S O'Dayre, C E ... .
Colonial Hotel.   .
C R Slater 	
H Lipsitt	
J J Cambridge	
Humpko	
Nellie	
Charlie	
Jim	
E Guay	
J Henderson	
M McEachern	
W Simmons	
W Riley	
J C MoClure	
H Richardson	
A E Howse	
J Clapperton	
J McLean	
P Schart	
J McLean	
Ind Tomah	
J Clapperton	
H Richardson	
C E Thomas	
MA Riley	
W Rilev	
J C MoClure	
H B Haynes	
Isaac 	
Wassanne	
Louis	
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
S  cts.
$  cts.
Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF  JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).—Continued.
Vote No. OO.—Summoning <fc paying Jurors & Witnesses
—Continued.
Witness fee, Reg-
do
y. Rehberger,
do
y. dimming,
do
do
y. Manson,
do
Reg. y. Gardner,
do
do
do
y. Caro,
do
do
do
do
do
do
y. Thompson,
do
do
do
y. Squier,
do
do
do
do
y. Sookchis,
do
do
do
do
Reg. y. Rehan and Giles,
do
do
do
3 days @
3
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Petit jurors,
Drafting jurors,
do
do
do
do
Witness fee on murder of Long Jack
Survey and plans, re Reg. v. Greer,
Meals for juries,
Witness, Reg. v. White, expenses, Vancouver
do do do
do     Reg. y. Davis,        do
Witness fee,'Reg. v. Dick
Reg.
Reg.
Re
Reg
Reg.
Reg.
$1 exp.
1
2
2
2
1
1
$1; N. West.
1
1
1
1
1
1
exp. $1
0.75
0.75
0.75
0.75
0.75
0.75
0.75
0.75
0.75
10.00
5.00
5.00
12.90
0.75
1
1
4; exp. 75c,
do
do
1 day oj) $1; exp. $11.90, Kamloops]
do
do
1
.,       1
11.90           ,,
do
do
1
M        1
,      11.90
do
do
1
„        1
11.40           ,,
do
Reg. v. Toomey,
5
,i       2      i,       9.80           ,,
do
do
11
ii       2
21.95           ,,
do
do
5
ii        2
,      10.80           „
do
Reg. y Jones,
3
ii       2
8.60           ii
do
Reg. v. Clark,
4
ii        2
i      12                ,,
do
do
3
it       2
36
do
do
3
ii       2
i      13.60           i,
do
do
5
it       2
.      12                ii
do
do
5
ii       2
,      12
do
Reg. y. Wilson,
1
do
do
7
,i        2
i     20               ii
do
do
1
do
Reg. v. Kerry,
1
do
Reg. y. Clark & How
se, 6
,'i'       2
,     12                „
do
do
10
ii       2
i     20                ,,
do
do
6
2
i      12                ,,
do
do
6
2
i      12                n
do
do
6
ii       2
,     12
do
do
13
ii       2
,      62                ,,
do
do
4
ii        2
■      31                „
do
Reg. v. Narcisse,
4
ii        1
i     15.30
do
do
5
i,       1
,       9.30           ,,
do
do
Cat
5
ried f(
1
,       9.30           ,,
458 87
4 00
4 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
3 00
3 00
4 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
3 00
12 00
2 75
2 75
2 75
2 75
2 75
2 75
2 75
2 75
2 75
13 00
8 00
8 00
2 00
4 00
18 90
4 75
5 00
5 00
864 10
10 00
10 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
4 75
25 00
21 00
43 00
31 50
4 00
12 90
12 90
12 90
12 40
19 80
43 95
20 80
14 60
20 00
42 00
19 60
22 00
22 00
2 00
34 00
2 00
1 00
24 00
40 00
24 00
24 00
24 00
88 00
39 00
19 30
14 30
14 30
6,447 70 34
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$  ets.
$  cts.
T W Lambert, M D
Andrew	
Ti Ell	
Ah Chune	
Ah Brew   	
Pay List	
R Gulliford	
E O'Rourke	
T Rabbit	
CPR	
Len Pong	
J Dexter	
J Sansom, M D	
Gabriel	
Mrs Billy	
Johnny	
Spintlum	
Billy	
Pay Lists	
JChenhall	
O T Hanee	
J S Place	
J Pollard	
C Phair	
C O'Halloran   	
R Carson	
Marshall & Smith.
H O Bowe	
W Boyd 	
DDCullen	
W J Adam	
A J McKinlay	
W Morrison,	
J Martley	
S YMoe	
C Hamilton	
R Hamilton	
Vieth& Borland..
A J McKinlay	
D D Cullen	
J Smith	
R Leguime	
R Munson	
J Brent	
A Lefevre	
J Barber	
C Balagno.	
H Blume	
W Brent	
H Blane	
W Hinde   	
A Postill	
J Patchett	
Harry	
JChipp, M D	
Q Faulkner	
N Bassette	
J D Cameron	
E McDougall	
Pierre	
John	
J Chipp, M D	
W Simmons ..	
Corista	
Aeeilla	
H C Fraser	
W Wallace 	
T Atkinson	
J Lynn	
W Bailey	
JHBailey	
Mrs Frances	
Mrs Folkard	
MEFolkard	
W O'Leary   ...
T Ellis	
Brought forward
VII. -ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER  THAN
SALARIES).—Continued.
Vote No. OO.—Summoning & paying Jurors & Witnesses
Continued.
2 days @ $4,
exp.
Witness fee, Reg. v. Narcisse,
do do
do do
do Reg. y. Libby,
do do
Petit jurors,
Meals and horse feed, Constable Gillie, serving subpoenas.
S3.S
3.30
4.90
4.90
Kamloops
do
do
Fare of witnesses.
Witness fee, Reg.
do
do
do
Reg. v. Narcisse,
y. Eunsa,
do
Reg. v. Brown & Matlock,
do
do
Reg. v. Owens,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Petit jurors,
Serving summonses,
Serving subpoenas,
do
Expenses of Indian witnesses,
Hire of horse,
Meals, bed, and keep of horse,
do do
do do
Serving summons,
Meals, bed, and keep of horse,
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
Meals and bed
Horse hire,
Services,
Meals, bed, and horse feed,
do
do
do
Witness fee, Re:
do
do
do
1 day @ $1; exp. $18,  CI
13 *,,        2     ,,        51
1 ii
1 ii
1
3 i,        1
3 ,i        1
3 ,,        1
Sheriff, serving summonses,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Constable Burr, serving subpoenas,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
». Knox,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Reg. y. Brunley,
Reg. v. Johnson,
Reg. y. Baptiste,
do
do
V. Sullivan,
do
v. Bravil,
do
y. Duteau,
v. Jones,
Reg. v. Pat and Jov
do
y. Tobbin,
do
do
do
v. Pickering,
do
do
do
do
do
Reg. v. Knox,
do
do
do
do
do
4 day
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
do
do
do
do
do
do
(fv $2; expenses $7,   Ve
2
Reg.
Keg
Reg.
Reg
Reg
Reg.
6
6
6
4.50
7
6
7
8.50
5
1
4.50
9
5
5
2.50
and expenses,
Carried forward.
6,447 70
8 00
5 30
5 30
4 90
4 90
208 05
2 00
1 75
4 00
13 20
19 00
77 00
4 00
1 00
1 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
287 25
2 50
2 00
2 00
11 50
31 50
2 50
5 00
22 50
2 00
5 00
2 00
5 00
2 00
5 00
2 50
1 00
5 00
3 60
6 50
1 00
3 00
6 50
15 00
15 00
14 00
14 00
14 00
12 50
15 00
14 00
15 00
16 50
13 00
5 00
3 00
8 00
5 00
9 50
2 50
9 00
5 00
5 00
6 50
10 00
14 00
4 00
12 00
12 00
12 00
6 00
5 25
5 25
5 25
7 25
6 25
6 50
66 50
458 87 I 7,620 60 56 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 80th June, 1892.
35
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
Lambly Bros	
Victoria Hotel   	
Morrison's Hotel	
EJones 	
Lambly Bros	
Lansdowne Hotel	
W G Macmyn	
Okanagan Transp'n Co.
S Pion	
W C Eyre	
J Stoddart	
W Bell-Carnpbell, M D..
Baw Quong 	
Chu Sin	
Hung Man	
Law Yen 	
Sam Sin	
Indian Tolmie	
C J Brownrig'g"	
N Hanson ...,	
J Levett	
CLevett	
C PR	
J L Smith	
Ind. Boyd 	
„   Wahain	
„   Olnoth	
,,    Toosy 	
■f Gravelle	
F M Beecher	
Pay List	
Do	
E R Atherton	
G A Bigelow	
G A Gilker	
W P Robinson	
E E Phair	
Pum Punt Ko	
Jim	
Charlie	
Nellie	
J McKay	
W G Davidson	
AH J Martley	
Bob '	
W GManson	
Brought forward.
VIT.-ADMINISTRATiON OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SAL ARIES) — Co n tinned.
Vote No. OO.—Summoning & paying Jurors & Witnesses.
Concluded.
458 87
J P Walls	
Bodwell & Irving1
W II Langley...
A Leamy	
C Wilson	
J A Russell	
L G MePhillips..
J P Walls  	
T Fell	
AG Smith	
A G M Spragge,
WII Whittaker.
F J Fulton	
W M Cochrane..
A G M Spragge .
T James	
C J Miller	
C P Bloomfield..
M Demers	
J E Gardner	
J E Gardner..   . .
H Maymont	
GHill	
Yum Ah Sing	
JEberts	
Conveying witnesses, Enderby to
Boarding"       do Reg. v. Pickering,
do do do
Conveying      do Enderby to
Expenses, Constable Monteith. serving summons,
do do do
Hire of horse for witness at Penticton, en route to
Passage and meals   do do do
Meals for witnesses at Osoyoos,
Witness fee, Reg. v. Barr,
Vernon
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Reg. v. McKinnon,
6 davs (a: $2;
expenses $6.70
1
,
14
,   1
41
14
,   1
ii   41
10
,   1
,,   38.35
10
1
,,   38.35
14
,   1
ii   41
2
1
18
Reg. v. Demuski,
Reg. v. Li Chow,
do
do
do
do
Reg. y. Knight,
Meals and bed, Constable Dennis, serving subpoenas,
do do do
Horse hire, do do
Meals and horse keep,      do do
Fare, meals, and bed, Constable Redgrave, serving subpoenas.
Witness fee, Reg. v. Courtier,
do Reg. v. Casamel,
do do
do Reg. v. Tappage,
do do
do Reg. u. Boucher,
Expenses of witness to Soda Creek
Petit jurors,
do
Witness fee, Reg. v. Lonsdale, 1 day,
do do 1   m
do do 1   ii
Serving subpoenas, 4 days @ $3,
Meals and bed for Sheriff, serving subpoenas,
1 day,
1   n
1   ii
1   ii
1    it
Revelstoke
Richfield
Nelson
Dick,
Witness fee, Re,_
do do
do do
do do 2
Serving subpoenas, 5
do
do
Witness fee, Reg. v. Chervoise, 8
do do 4
2 days @ $1.25; expenses $6.50, Ashcroft
1.25
1.25
1.25
3
3.50
6.50
6.50
12
8
Yale
Lillooet
Vote No. 07'.—Prosecutions and Interpreters.
Crown Counsel, Speedy Trials and Assizes, Victoria
do ' do do
do do do
do do do New Westminster
do do do
do do do
do do do
do do Nanaimo
do do do
do do Clinton
do do Nelson
do do Kamloops
do do Donald
do do Vernon
do Speedy Trials, Donald
Interpreter, Victoria	
do do     	
do do     	
do do     	
do do     	
Translating Chinese petitions, Victoria	
Interpreter, Nanaimo	
do do       	
do do       	
do do       	
Carried forward.,	
7,620 60
20 00
37 50
4 00
22 50
3 50
2 00
8 00
10 00
6 60
5 00
18 70
4 00
55 00
55 00
48 35
48 35
55 00
20 00
2 50
7 50
17 00
4 37
8 00
2 00
1 00
1 00
2 00
2 00
3 00
9 50
74 00
178 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
12 00
6 25
9 00
9 00
9 00
9 00
30 00
1 00
2 00
20 00
16 00
190 00
55 00
30 00
205 00
15 00
111 70
315 00
551 50
150 00
251 25
300 00
36 00
100 00
40 00
45 00
14 00
2 50
4 50
4 00
6 00
2 60
2 50
5 00
6 00
2 50
2,443 95| 36
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears. .
$     cts. I
A Thomas    	
D Morrello	
A Berliano	
E Moneypenny ..
G Lefelle	
W A Cumyou...
Ah Wing	
F A Meyer	
Ind. Tommy	
Joe Qui	
H Butler	
Ind. Tennant.. .
J Ellard	
M P Morris	
Ah Foo 	
W Mitchell	
F Savonas	
L Fallardeau ..,
J Tunstall	
D McLean	
Ah Choy	
T Meldram	
Ind. Gabriel....
0 Hope 	
J Swallow ......
W Kane	
Ah Shew	
W Mitchell	
L Lindley	
J Michalle	
0 J Gebertz ....
Wing Woods....
W Kane	
Ah Pot	
J Brewer	
L Bercier	
J 0 Cook	
Ind. Swarpeheen
,,    Frank ....
A T Riley	
E Stout	
A T Riley	
Tep Sing	
C P Ryan	
R Morrison, M D	
WW Walkem, MD.   .   .
J P Planta	
G Pittendrigh	
SGibbs, JP	
S Clarke, M D	
WJ McGuigan, M D ....
J Clapperton	
WG Allan	
G M Sproat	
G E Manuel	
A W Pearse, M D	
W Kennedy   	
CPR	
W J Rothwell	
Thompson & Scovelle ...
G H Rashdal!	
C F Costerton	
LT Davis, MD	
P J Riec, M D	
WW Walkem, MD	
Indian Jackson	
CPR	
Shaw & McKerrow	
W M Robson	
T James	
M GMcLeod	
W D Brydone-Jaek, MD.
Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTEATION OF JUSTICE (OTHEK THAN
SAIABIKS).—Continued.
Vote No.  07.—Prosecutions  and. Interpreters.—Concluded
Interpreter,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Nanaimo
do
do
do
New Westminster
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Kamloops
do
do
do
do
Clinton
do
do
Yale
do
Lytton
do
do
Nioola
do
Donald
do
Ashcroft
do
Vernon
do
Alert Bay
Pavilion
Richfield
Lillooet
Spuzzum
Cayoosh Creek
MoDame's Creek
Fort Simpson
Vote No 08,—Mvcpenses of Inquests.
Holding inquests, S @ $10, Vict, and Esq. Districts
do 6   ii   10; expenses £38.50      Nanaimo District ....
do 11   ,,   10 „ 5.00 i, 	
do 11   „   10 ii 83.60      New Westminster Dist
do 1 Spallumcheen	
do 13   m   10 ii       417.60      Kamloops and Yale...
do 10   ,,   10 n 86.60     Vancouver	
do 2   ,,   10 i, 5.00     Nioola	
do 2   i,   10 Kootenay Lake	
do 1 Nelson	
do 3   ii   10;        ii        42.80     Donald	
Post-mortem examination at Yale	
Summoning jurors for inquest at Spuzzum	
Fare, Govt. Agent u n 	
Summoning jurors ,, Yale	
Conveying coroner and jury for inquest at East Wellington	
Notifying coroner of finding of body in     Spallumcheen River	
Summoning jurors for inquest at n 	
Post-mortem and evidence at inquests,     Wellington	
Medical exam'n of witness n u 	
Post-mortem examinations, n n 	
Ferrying Govt. Agent, ,i Hope	
Fare, ,i ti it    	
Conveying coroner and jury,       n Cowichan Lake	
Expenses, n Mayne Island	
Services, n Victoria	
Special constable, u Vancouver	
Post-mortem examination, m n 	
Carried forward	
458 87
458 87
2,443 95
5 00
3 00
8 00
4 00
3 00
42 00
3 00
5 00
21 00
3 00
3 00
15 00
7 00
13 50
3 00
11 90
1 50
21 00
2 00
9 00
6 00
55 00
1 50
1 00
1 00
2 50
1 50
20 00
6 50
5 00
2 00
■ 2 50
2 50
3 00
2 50
2 50
4 00
1 50
2 00
6 00
1 00
5 00
2 50
4 00
80 00
98 55
115 00
193 60
10 00
547 60
187 60
25 00
20 00
10 00
72 80
5 00
1 50
60
1 OC
24 0C
10 00
10 OC
31 2C
20 PC
21 2C
5C
2 20
10 0C
11 75
2 00
12 0C
12 00
8,484 12
2,766 85
1,535 10 11,250 97 56 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to .30th June, 1892.
37
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
S   cts.
5   ct».
F W Hart	
D Bell-Irving, MD..
S E Salter	
T Shirley	
D Bell-Irving, MD..
Thompson & Scoville
Peck Estate	
L Howson	
A Montgomery	
CPR	
J Brady	
W Reinhard, M D.'..
CPR	
A Nicholson	
C PN Co	
W M Robson	
L F Dickson, M D...
Pay List	
CPNCo	
Higgs & Payne	
J A Matheson	
C B Brick	
J C Campbell	
W 0 King, M D	
J Chow	
E Crompton, M D... ,
MS Wade, MD	
LFDickson, MD...
A Pearse, M D	
J Ackerman	
CPNCo	
E Lee	
L Howson	
J Lyons	
II Stevens 	
Chemainus Charlie..
W Morley	
A Drummond	
A Cartwright.......
S Bucham	
C F Bittancourt	
AM Watson, M D...,
R, G McKechnie, MD
M Gray 	
O PR'	
J Collins	
J Lyons	
Gallagher & Stevens
J Chipp, M D	
L T Davis, M D	
A E Pittendrigh	
S B Wright	
J Taff endale	
A E Pittendrigh	
E Stout 	
E C Foote, M D	
E C Foote, MD......
A Clarkson	
Price & Shaw	
W Lemo	
\V Patterson	
J O'Connor	
Str Velos	
Indian Tom	
Str Telephone	
J Dwyer	
J B Barwick	
J McLeod	
CPR	
Bligh& Lyne ,
CPR	
W Miehell	
A J Hautier	
Indians	
LT Davis, MD	
RG McKechnie, MD.
E A Praeger, M D	
Brought forward.
VII.-ADH1NISTRATL0N OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).— Contin ued.
Vote No. 08.—Expenses of Inquests.—Continued.
Conveying coroner and jury, inquest at North Arm Road
Post-mortem examination, ,. Port Moody	
Messenger, > i English Bay	
Constable, n Hastings 	
Medical evidence, n n         ........
Conveying coroner and jury, ti East Wellington .
Meals,                       n ii n
Rent of room, n Spuzzum	
Special constable and expenses, u Yale 	
Fare, Constable Burr, m Spence's Bridge..
Meals, bed,       n n n
Post-mortem examination, t, Ladner's	
Fare, Constable Armstrong, M Mission	
Meals and bed, n m n      	
Fare and meals,         11 i f Plumper's Pass...
Meals and bed,           M h n
Post-mortem examination, ,, n
Jurors, ti East Wellington..
Passage & meals, Indian witness, it Blaine	
Conveying coroner and witness, n Plumper's Pass ..
do        body, n n
do           do m ii
do        coroner, const., &Dr., n m
Evidence, 4 days and expenses, n Blaine	
Expenses, witnesses, n n
Post-mortem examination, n Mud Bay	
do n ii        	
Evidence, m Vesuvius Bay	
do n Nicola	
Meals and bed, const, and Dr., m Burgoyne Bay . ..
Fare and meals, M Plumper's Pass ..
Conveying officers, n Burgoyne Bay ...
Meals and bed for coroner, n Spuzzum	
Taking charge of body for M North Bend	
Meals and bed for constable, M Vesuvius Bay....
Conveying coroner and doctor, n n 	
Meals and bed for messenger, n Burgoyne Bay ...
Conveying messenger, m m
Notifying coroner of death, n ti
Taking charge of body, n Yale 	
Notifying- coroner for " Vesuvius Bay	
Post-mortem examination, n n 	
Evidence, m Wellington	
Meals for witnesses, n Chemainus	
Fare, coroner, n Nicomin	
Taking charge of body, M it       	
do etc., ii North Bend	
Conveying coroner, n Enderby	
Post-mortem examination, M n       	
do ii Nanaimo	
Spec'l const, and conveying jury, M North Arm	
Fare as witness, m Mission City	
do ti , r 	
Serving summons, n n 	
do n Yale	
Post-mortem examination, M Victoria	
Evidence, m South Saanich ...
Conveying jury, u Northfield	
do 11 Cowichan	
Interpreter, n h        	
Constable, n Vancouver	
Conveying body, n n 	
do        coroner and jury, n Squamish River..
do                     do ti ii
do       body, n New Westminster
do        jury, n Thompson Siding
Taking charge of body, n it
Meals and horse feed for const., n Lytton	
Telegrams, n 11      	
Fare, constable, m m      	
Expenses, n n n      	
Burial of body after m m      	
Conveying body, n n	
Expenses as witnesses, (\ n      	
Evidence, n Nanaimo	
do M Wellington	
do ii Cedar	
Carried forward	
31 50
11 2C
2 5C
6 6C
6 6C
16 OC
23 OC
5 OC
5 OC
2 70
4 20
10 00
3 4C
1 5C
5 5C
9 OC
26 05
82 5C
13 50
12 00
2 00
2 00
6 0C
21 0C
15 00
10 00
10 00
13 80
5 00
5 00
2 50
5 0C
1 50
7 50
50
20 50
1 00
4 00
8 00
6 00
2 50
23 60
5 00
4 50
5 50
7 00
6 00
7 50
5 00
5 00
7 00
3 50
3 50
2 50
2 00
5 00
9 80
7 00
5 00
1 50
6 00
10 00
50 00
3 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
2 00
1 37
2 45
7 35
10 00
10 50
16 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
2,229 12
11,250 97
1 38
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
§   cts.
$   cts.
W Hustwick....
M Damard	
F P Armstrong .
H Granger	
A E Pittendrigh
J B Marquette..
C JFagan, MD.
W J Neville
Sundry persons .
Indian Quilt
T McAllister
T Ellis	
TN Hibben&Co. ..
J Parker 	
R P Rithet & Co  ...
G T Demaine	
H Saunders	
PT Johnston & Co..
R Jamieson	
Victoria Water Worl-
J Sehl	
E G Prior & Co	
Marvin & Tilton	
J McLean	
R McDonald & Co.. .
Brackman & Ker	
Hudson's Bay Co	
Braden & Stamford .
S LKelly & Co	
Hall & Goepel	
Victoria Gas Co	
Langley & Co	
Albion Iron Works..
J Sears	
P Hansen	
T Storey 	
Watson & Geiger
W Hawksby ,
G L Milne, M D	
S Reid	
G A McTavish	
G A Knight	
RBell	
E B Marvin & Co....
R Baker &Son	
W Batchelor	
TMcConnan ,
F W Nolte & Co.  .  .
R Maynard	
Mrs John	
John Begg'	
J D Campbell	
E G Prior & Co	
AVP Say ward	
D Campbell	
H Saunders	
Bazett & Norwood.,
Quamicban Hotel..,
LF Dickson, MD...
AM Watson, M D...
C Dobson	
A A Brownell	
VII.-ADMINISTRATION  OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).— Continued.
Vote No. 08.—Expenses of Inquests.—Concluded.
Notifying coroner, inquest at   Golden	
Special constable, i, M        	
Conveying coroner and jury, M m       	
Special constable, h Field	
do ii New Westminster	
do   and suinmon'g jurors, m m 	
Evidence, n n 	
Conveying constable, M Esquimalt	
Vote No. 09,— Criminal  Punishments.
Travelling expenses Sheriff Stevenson to Clinton, re execution of Emia
Vote No.  70.—Rewards.
Services re arrest and conviction of Indian for murder	
Services in arresting Emia near 150-Mile   House	
Refund of half of reward paid by him on arrest and conviction of Knox
Brough t forward.
Vote No. 71.—Keep of Prisoners.
Paper, Victoria Gaol	
Meat, ii 	
Smithy coal, n 	
Bread, u 	
Groceries, n 	
Seeds, h 	
Books, n 	
Water supply, n 	
Mattresses and blinds, n	
Tools, powder, etc., m 	
Wheelbarrows, etc., n 	
Reparing tools, n 	
Shoes, etc., n 	
Straw and seed potatoes, n 	
Clothing, ti 	
Repairing taps, etc., m 	
Tinware, 11 	
Coal, it 	
Gas supply and coke, n 	
Medicines, it 	
Rivets, ti 	
Glass, putty, etc., n 	
Manure for garden, n 	
Burial of prisoner, ti 	
Repairing range, plumbing, etc.. n 	
Hack for sick prisoner, m 	
Medical attendance, m 	
Clothing for Reformatory n 	
Seeds, n 	
Plants, ti 	
Taking discharged prisoner to Old Folk's H. n 	
Paint, brushes, etc., ■■ 	
Seed, potatoes, h 	
Provisions for Kennedy Bros., n	
Stationery for Reformatory, n 	
Wire goggles, n 	
Boots for Reformatory, n 	
Allowance for provisions supplied to sick prisoners from July, 1888, to
December, 1891, Victoria Gaol	
Meals for prisoner at Court House Lock-up, Victoria	
Prison supplies, Esquimalt Lock-up	
Nails, M 	
Lumber, 11 	
Repairing fence, n	
Coal oil, ii 	
Pails, lantern, and clothing, Cowichan Lock-up	
Prison supplies, it 	
Attendance on sick prisoner, n 	
do do and medicine,  n 	
Repairing- cell door, it 	
do       door and lock, n 	
Carried forward	
458 87
458 87
2,229 12 11,250 97
7 50
6 00
35 00
10 75
2 60
7 50
5 00
6 00
200 00
400 00
250 00
17 85
480 12
18 72
698 75
497 35
10 75
41 05
120 32
21 75
136 59
37 50
10 85
6 90
16 20
332 20
1 50
54 85
364 60
306 00
38 63
7 50
11 85
150 00
30 00
21 75
1 00
10 00
2 15
6 75
1 80
1 00
34 75
25 63
4 60
2 60
4 87
1 85
100 00
9 54
5 75
75
2 15
3 0C
7 0C
6 25
18 5C
5 0C
11 5C
1 OC
5 50
2,309 37
73 76
3,606 42 14,484 09 56 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th Junk, 1892.
39
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
M Gray	
Black & Wilson	
Hirst Bros	
W Keddy & Crossan	
Nanaimo Gas Co	
J M Brown	
Nanaimo "Water Works..
Van Houten & Handle ..
Renwick & Home 	
J Hilbert	
E Qucnnell	
J H Pleacc	
W McCape	
O'Brien & Dunlop	
J Hilbert	
E Pimbury & Co	
J Brown	
G Bevilockway.  	
H Dempsey	
Hirst Bros	
G W Kennedy	
E Cook & Co'	
M Marlow	
MJohn	
T Woods	
S J Clifre  	
J McPhee	
J B Holmes	
W Anderton	
Union Hotel	
A Martin	
A Martin	
Indian Wa-Ton	
P Woollacott	
Indian Kiel-poo	
R Lettice	
J G Hyde	
McLennan & McFeely...
Indian Jat-law	
George & Johnson	
Hudson's Bay Co	
Str B Boscowitz	
R Cunningham & Son...
R E Loriiig	
M S Richards	
J McCrimmon	
Callbreath, Grant & Cook
A Tanasse	
J E Wise	
J D Rae	
N W Gas Co	
H T Read & Co	
McPherson & Thomson..
WH Vienen	
W W Dickinson & Co. ..
Cunningham Bros	
J Rousseau , ....
T R Brown	
Reid & Currie	
W Forster	
Gelley Bros	
Cunnin gham Hard wareCo
Shirley & Hoy	
Campbell & Anderson...
T Ovens	
N W Foundry	
S H Webb	
Mathers & Milligan	
J M McLeod	
Weaver & Woodward	
Wood & Tunstall	
Hull Bros & Co	
Kamloops Water Works.
J S Smith	
E G Prior & Co	
J Guerin	
Clarke & Co	
Brought forward.
VII.
-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).— Continued.
Vote No. 71.— Keep of Prisoners.— Continued.
Prison supplies, Chemainus Lock-up
Bread, Nanaimo Gaol
Provisions and clothing, M
Coal,
Gas, 11
Repairing clock, ,,
Water,
Stove, piping, repairing bath, heater, etc.,   M
Repairing tools, etc., M
Straw, 11
Meat and vegetables, n
Locks, etc., ii
Cement, ,,
Hauling lumber, ,,
Burial of prisoner and straw for beds, n
Medicines, ,,
Milk, ,,
Hooks, M
Brandy for sick prisoner, ,,
Blankets, Wellington Lock-up
Prison supplies, M
Coal oil, M
Prison supplies,                      Departure Bay Lock-up
do ii
Coal, Comox Lock-up
Prison supplies, 1t
Soap, &c, M
Coal-oil, i,
Repairs, ,,
Prison supplies, Union Lock-up
Fencing- yard, Alert Bay Lock-up
Blankets, n
Wood, „
Prison supplies, u
Wood, ,,
Glass, n
Tools, i,
Stove, ti
Wood,
Digging well, ,,
Stove, provisions, coal oil, &c,Fort Simpson Lock-up
Coal, ,,
Blankets, coal oil, etc.,          Port Essington Lock-up
Prison supplies, Hazelton Lock-up
do Laketon  Lock-up
Repairs, M
Nails, etc., n
Bread,                                       New Westminster Gaol
Wood and coal, n
Groceries, M
Gas,
Tools, „
Medicines, ,,
Fish, „
Meat. „
Repairing- tinware, M
Shoe leather, M
do ,i
Pipe, valves, etc., ,,
Milk, ,,
Hauling manure and tools, u
Oil stove, boiler, etc., ,,
Washboards, \,
Tools, etc., „
Repairing tools, etc., u
Firebars, ,,
Cartridges and repairing fire-arms, M
Straw, i,
Milk, „
do ,,
Provisions and clothing, Kamloops Gaol,
Meat, , t
Water, ,,
Bread, ,;
Tools, „
Milk, „
Medicines, Kamloops Gaol.
Carried forward...
458 87
3,606 42
2 75
604 69
707 53
135 00
81 90
1 50
60 00
111 05
46 29
11 50
499 56
53 75
1 50
50
35 73
16 61
60
50
3 50
43 50
12 75
3 60
1 00
5 25
6 00
3 25
35
26
2 50
1 00
87 58
12 50
4 00
40 15
5 00
97
7 75
45 00
6 25
30 00
34 80
9 00
21 00
29 00
40 47
7 60
1 60
791 39
596 62
097 67
563 20
107 26
104 75
45 60
33S 20
6 76
38 56
24 00
79 70
19 47
35 00
19 71
5 00
3 50
10 75
1 60
11 25
5 50
1 68
9 68
215 05
330 20
180 00
82 09
7 40
I 20
7 85
14,484 09
458 87
10,783 33
14,484 09
I 40
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
S  cts.
S  cts.
J   cts
Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION  OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).— Continued.
Vote No. 71.—Keep of Prisoners.—Continued;
W II Buse	
Hudson's Bay Co...
1)B Stevens	
J Vair	
RE Smith	
T J Edwards	
T Hornby	
F Rushton	
A W Harding	
G P Raven   	
Harmon Bros	
W T Slavin	
N McLeod 	
J W Oliver	
C PRCo	
J Revesbech	
J A Starret	
M Belcher	
Shirley & Hoy j Bath and bucket,
E Stout i Water, etc.,
A J Hautier \ Prison supplies,
A B Buie I Bucket, soap, etc.
F W Foster I Wood,
Indian Sampson i  do
Indian Louise  I Washing blankets
Vegetables,
Provisions, etc.,
Bread,
Plumbing and repairing tinware.
Carpet,
Coal,
Wood,
Repairing- locks, etc.,
Medicines,
Tools,
Keys,
Strop,
Repairing- tools,
Blankets,
Freight,
Prison supplies,
Cleaning-,
do
Kamloops Gaol.
Lytton Lock-up.
Ashcroft Lock-up.
Prison supplies,
Coal oil, brooms, etc.,
Wood,
Repairing tools, etc.,
Wood,
Attendance on sick prisoners,
Clothing*, etc.,
Prison supplies,
Blankets and tinware,
Wood
Blig-h & Lyne
O Harvey	
J C Burnes	
Barnes & Morand	
Gallagher & Stevenson
J Chipp, M D	
Hudson's Bay Co	
C Dewdney	
W F Cameron	
R McDougall & Co....
X Schneider j Ironwork
W J Armstrong-	
Lansdowne Hotel	
Enderby Hotel	
Driard Hotel	
Cook & Co 	
Manuel & Ruttan	
Hull Bros & Co	
R A Kempton 	
CPR	
J A Starrett	
W Bell-Campbell, M D
J C Steen 	
C Baines	
CM Dee	
S Herbert, M D	
Durick & Warren	
Durick & Warren	
W Miller	
M B Lang	
Manuel & Ruttan	
CLevett	
M Phillips	
J TGalbraith&Bros..
W French	
J F Hume & Co	
J H Nolan	
C & K Ry Co	
G A Bigelow	
Indian Jim  Cleaning,
.1 A Harvey  Repairing tools,
J H Scoley  Furniture,
R E Lemon   Blankets, etc.,
J McDonald & Co     Chairs,
G H Williams   Prison supplies,
Henry & Adams  Medicines,
Green Bros  Blankets, etc.,
A Schroeder  Prison supplies,
Hunter & Melunnon....  Provisions,
B C Express Co   Freight on irons,
E G Prior & Co  Leg irons,
Marshall & Smith  Prison supplies,
Vernon Lock-up.
Lansdowne Lock-up.
Enderby Lock-up.
Nicola Lock-up.
Granite Creek Lock-up.
Donald Lock-up.
I Stove, lamp, etc.,
Prison supplies,
do
do
Cartridges, etc.,
Provisions, etc.,
Meat,
Furniture, groceries and vegetables, n
Flour, water and wood, "
Repairing tools, i,
Attendance and medicine, r,
Coal oil and barrels, n
Wood, ,,
Meals, it
Attendance and medicines, ,i
Lime, 11
Stove-pipe, lanterns, coal oil, etc.,    Golden Lock-up.
Prison supplies, ,r
Lamp, ii
Blankets, n
Stove-pipe,                                     Fort Steele Lock-up.
Stove, ii
Provisions, etc., i,
Hinges, m
Prison supplies,                                    Nelson Lock-up
Freight on stove, ,,
do              etc., i,
Coal oil, lamp, etc., ,i
Ainsworth Lock-up.
New Denver Lock-up.
Clinton Lock-up.
458 87
Carried forward.
10,783 33
155 27
322 49
390 25
87 80
6 75
48 40
SO 30
2 50
53 40
3 00
4 00
75
2 00
5 00
57
18 50
1 50
1 00
10 50
15 01)
12 00
2 00
45 00
6 00
3 00
80 75
11 10
12 00
15 50
22 50
24 00
8 31
433 19
33 00
5 50
12 50
12 00
34 00
2 00
19 00
1 88
133 61
77 71
266 55
84 91
5 00
9 25
11 00
126 25
2 00
6 25
2 50
6 70
2 50
2 00
10 40
1 00
25 00
41 32
f 00
106 30
5 00
2 16
7 50
4 00
1 60
6 00
34 20
6 00
3 50
3 00
9 45
2 50
2 25
2 10
25 50
77 75
14,484 09
458 87 13,904 20 14,484 09 5G Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 80th June, 1892.
41
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
S  cts.
458 87
90 00
13,904 20
58 54
12 00
0 25
2 00
5 00
11 25
4 65
20 00
140 00
6 25
100 50
5 00
3 10
10 25
16 00
47 25
82 50
8 00
3 25
58 50
10 60
11 25
5 00
10 00
30 00
9 75
9 00
386 70
14,489 09
F W Foster	
Vli.-ADMJNISTKATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).—Continued.
Vote No. 71.— Keep of Prisoners.--Concluded.
.1 B Uren	
G Slater..               	
.1 McMillan	
Jack & .Jackson	
A Allen       	
W II Keatley	
J Clarke, MD	
Ah Lov	
Washing1 blankets,                                                  n            	
1' C Dunlevy	
11 Felker	
Wood,                                                                  ii           	
J E Bellmond	
F W Hart	
Moodyville S M Co	
Coal oil, etc.,                                 Moodyville Lock-up 	
Coal,                                                                     n           	
R Clark	
R Short	
Vote No.  72.— Rents.
Rent of house, Esquimalt, for lock-up,                            IS months @ $15
do       office, Victoria, for Official Stenographer,          3       M            10
do                   do                               do                                   4        M             15
do                   do                               do                                   2       m             15
do       office, Esquimalt, for Stipendiary Magistrate, 12       n
14,967 69
Est J G Taylor	
.1 C Bales	
270 00
30 00
60 00
30 00
50 00
15 00
15 00
10 00
r, oo
5 00
10 00
80 00
53 05
R T Elliott	
E Baynes Reed	
Vieth i: Borland	
do           do   ISO-Mile House,           do         	
Ashcroft Town Hall	
Knights of Pythias	
do          do   Comox,                          do         .   ,
New Vancouv C M & L Co
J F Hume & Co	
Vote No. 73.—Special Constables.
633 65
100 00
100 00
100 00
60 00
750 00
1,040 00
320 00
132 50
310 00
30 00
100 00
6 00
8 00
10 00
12 00
14 00
4 00
4 00
30 00
27 00
30 00
17 50
12 50
17 50
4 00
2 50
J Black	
W Healey	
do    as nightwatchman, Victoria Court House,          12 mos.
do   as gold escort, Cariboo stage (includ'g expenses) 5       i
do   on line of S. & 0. Ry. (horse hire, 4 mos. @ .^20) 12        ,
do                   do                                                                      4        i
do    as nightwatchman, Kamloops, 6 days @ §2.50, llf     t
do                  do                Victoria Offices',                     5jf     i
do                  do                Nelson,                                    3       ,
do                  do                New Westminster Offices,    2       i
do   at Driving Park, Victoria,                                      3 days
do                  do                do                                            4       i
do       Assize,                    do                                            5       ,
do          do                       do                                            G       t
do          do     etc.,           do                                            7       t
do       Driving Park,       do                                            2       i
do                  do                do                                            2       i
do       Assize, etc.,           do                                          15       ,
do          do                       do &toN.W.,etc, lid. (^2, 2     . i
do       re Kennedy Bros., etc., Victoria,     '                12       i
do       re Liquor Regulation Act,    do                           7       t
(a $5
150
80
80
10
60
10
50
@   2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2.50
2.50
2.50
T M Robb	
E Jones	
M Pickering'	
G Wallace	
F Allatt	
C J Miller	
W Reid 	
E D MeNaughton	
E McNeill	
P Ferrall	
DMcD Gordon	
Pay List, Constables	
do       Gaol,                  New Westminster (guard sick) 7       ,
do       Fraser,                             do                                  2       ,
2.50
2
J Lister	
548 87
3,241 50
30,085 43 42
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
8   cts.
F Furness	
R T Stokes 	
.1 McLaren	
M G McLeod 	
J B Marquette	
J McMartin	
E A Graeme	
J Gordon	
O H Williams 	
S Archer 	
JTaylor	
H Dundas	
T J Armstrong	
J Beaton   	
A R Sherwood	
W S Patterson	
U E Julian	
W Cookson	
R E Julian	
J Laity	
O Wilkie	
G H Bray	
E Stout	
J Bell	
A Cruiekshank	
H McMartin	
G H Bray	
R Julian   	
E Kerr	
Indians Petris & John
Indian Philip	
Indian Jim	
J Lobb	
W J Allan	
U II Lyon	
H H Nitchell	
Indian Casmear	
J McLaren	
Indians Philip & Petris
E Bray	
J Laird      	
H Richardson 	
S Wallace	
T Downs	
J Longhead 	
B H Lee	
A S Hughes	
J Nesbitt	
J Lyons	
H G Elliott	
J Tallyard	
C Ross	
J Martin	
H Bell	
J W Walker	
O A Cox	
R Pinkerton	
H Webb	
E Jones 	
T Harris	
R Bailey	
D Wood	
D Alton   	
A Fletcher	
Indian Peii	
F H H Fenwick	
WDoull	
J Cullen	
G Keffner	
W Shaw	
DW Wright	
J Wilson 	
BL Sullivan	
T Curnow	
Indian Charley	
G Clapperton	
WG Allan 	
Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).-Co»i*;»we<t.
Vote No. 73 Special Constables.—Continued.
Services
do
do
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at Government Offices, New Westminster,
with prisoner to
do
do
do
Gaol,
Assize,
do
do
do
do
do
do
serving subpoenas,
Gaol,
serving subpeenas,
Gaol,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
21 days @ $2.50
10 d. <§ 82.50,
with prisoner to
with prisoner to
Assize,
do
do
do
do
with chain-gang,
Indian Reserve,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Kamloops,
do
do
do
Kamloops Gaol (guard sick)
do do
in pursuit of Owen, Kamloops,
do
do 	
convict guard, do
arresting Jangero,       do 	
in absence of constable, at Ainsworth,
watching, do
during sports, Nicola Valley,
Port Essington, 1 month	
during celebration, Nelson,
do do
with prisoner to Iievelstoke,
watching prisoner, at Ainsworth,
do do
North Bend,
serving summons, Ruby Creek,
with prisoner from Yale	
with horse searching for Emia, Lillooet.
do do do
Lansdowne	
re Chin-ah-mot, Victoria,
Alberni,
do
County Court, Chilliwhack,
Enderbv, | month	
3
2
3
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.
2.50
6 days @ 83
2
29i
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
3 mos. @ 860; 1 mo. @ 870
8 days (8 $2.30
6 ,,       2.50
7 n        2
n
2.50
15
18
2
3
2.50
2.50
Nelson,
do
do
do
Vernon,
re station robbery,
do
re reported murder, East Kootenav,
Fort Steele,
do
in absence of Constable, at Donald,
during races, Golden,
Lock-up, Lansdowne,
do do      	
with prisoner to Nanaimo	
Laketon	
serving summons, Spence's Bridge
making arrest, Yale	
at Lock-up, Nicola,
assize, Nelson,
Carried forward..
15
2
1
2.50
3
12 days @ 83
1       ,,
548 87
3,241 50
52 50
6 00
4 00
2 00
55 00
12 50
29 00
15 00
15 00
22 60
17 50
17 50
22 50
5 00
12 60
32 00
22 00
18 00
13 00
2 00
6 25
18 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
73 75
3 00
15 00
6 00
250 00
18 40
15 00
14 00
7 00
18 75
3 00
' 3 00
6 00
12 00
40 00
12 00
12 00
9 00
9 00
9 00
2 50
2 50
7 50
60 00
72 00
13 00
4 00
6 00
7 50
12 50
40 00
12 00
5 0C
3 00
3 00
3 00
14 00
66 00
24 00
37 50
6 00
3 00
5 00
5 00
6 0C
5 0C
1 OC
36 0C
3 00
30,085 43
4,676 151   30,085 43 56 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
43
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$  cts.
8   cts.
8   ets.
VII.
Services
do
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548 87
4,676 15
0 00
15 00
100 00
3 1)0
2 00
3 00
30 00
30 00
65 50
7 50
5 00
7 50
2 50
7 50
63 00
15 00
16 00
6 25
24 00
81 00
85 50
5 00
1 50
5 00
4 00
10 00
5 00
21 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
2 50
10 00
5 00
7 50
2 50
2 50
4 00
2 50
27 50
22 50
49 50
4 00
12 50
2 00
0 00
27 00
6 00
6 00
4 00
5 00
10 00
7 50
4 00
11 00
10 00
16 00
5 00
2 50
20 00
3 00
5 00
15 00
35 00
5 00
6 00
108 00
10 00
7 50
12 50
12 50
5 00
9 00
39 00
39 00
3 00
66 00
30,085 43
J Cullen	
Inds. Francois & Charley
T M Robb	
-ADMINISTRATION  OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).—Continued.
Vote No. 73.—Special Constables.—Continued.
absence of Constable, Donald,                           2 days @ .$3
with prisoner to Nicola,                                   5       M      3
VII Baker	
assisting Constable Dennis, Perry Creek
D Griffith	
R V Brannvell	
A McLennan	
R Julian	
re liquor licenses, Donald,
do              do
gaol, etc., N. West, (guard sick) 7 d. @$2.50
assize, Nanaimo,
do
do
10 days
10     ' „
24       ,
3       i
2 ,
3 ,
@ JS
3
■>
2.50
2.50
2.50
G Gibbs	
.) P Roddick	
W Mitchell	
Lytton,
with Constable Robb, Chilcotin Lake,
3        ,
21        i
2.50
3
T McAllister 	
Constable Montcith to Okanagan Lake
Nicola,
in absence of Constable Allen at 150-Mile H.
do                   do        Dennis, Fort Steele,
do           Constables, Donald,
2}     ■
12        ,
28}      \
2.50
3
3
F Mansfield	
C M Edwards ...   	
A E Thomas   	
do
Alert Bay,
Burgoyne Bay,
do
re killing of deer, Kettle River,
Texas Lake,
in charge ot prisoner at Cowichan,
re murder of Brown, Salt Spring Island,
2
2        ,
4       i
2       ,
7
2        ,
2        ,
2
2.50
2
2.60
2.50
3
2.50
2.50
2.50
J Nightingale	
.1 Tallyard	
J C McKenzie 	
W M Williams	
J Carrington 	
Nicola Valley,
re stabbing case, Sicainous
re murder of Brown, Salt Spring Island,
Nanoose,
Chemainus,
4        i
3        ,
1
1        n
2.50
2-50
2.50
M Pickering    ...
W Williams	
0 Weir	
W G Duguid 	
W J Cusack 	
Lillooet,
do      	
1        i
H Granger	
J Cullen	
during strike, Donald,
do
serving summons, Richfield,
making arrest,            do
7J     ,
16}     ,
2        ,
5       i
3
2
2.50
J Gravelle	
J D Gillie	
gaol,                          do
do
150-Mile House,
Soda Creek,
Salt Spring Island,
9        i
3
•2        ,
2        ,
3
2.50
2
2
2.50
C Stirling	
E B Drummond 	
S Maxwell	
Indian Kitt	
A Revcsbeck     .
W Bradley	
J Lyons	
do
in charge of prisoner, Yale,
3       i
2        ,
2.50
9
W Mitchell	
Lytton,
in charge of prisoners, Hazelton,
Vesuvius Bay,
4
8
2.50
2
2.50
H Sampson	
HWRodgers	
to Pemberton Meadows, Lillooet,
Yale,
Shuswap	
8       ,
3
2.50
i
Indian Leon	
R Terry	
W J Cusack 	
lock-up, Lillooet,
assisting Supt. Husscy, Lillooet,
McDame Creek '	
14
2.5C
2.50
T Buckley	
A S Thomas	
Osoyoos,
Okanagan,
Nanaimo,
to Hornby Island,
Assize, Nanaimo,
do          do
in absence of constable at Wellington,
do                       Fort Steele,
do                              do
do                       Donald,
Golden,
do
Carried forward...
2 .
36
4 i
3 ,
5 t
5       i
2 ,
3 i
13       ,
13
1
22       ,
3
2.50
2.60
2.50
2.50
2.50
3
3
3
3
W J Macmyn	
W L Jeffery	
T O'Connell	
G II Gibbs	
.1 G Humphreys	
F P Norbury	
J Cullen	
W Miller	
o48 87
5,991 90
30,085 43
I 44
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
8  ets.
$  ets. -
\V J Sullv	
do
E Walters	
do
do
do
do
R W Allison	
J Campbell	
do
do
do
G H Bray 	
0 Wilkie	
do
do
0 P R Go	
E&N R	
CPNCo	
UnionS S Co	
Str. Telephone	
n   Nelson	
M   Dunsmuir	
i,   Idaho	
ir   Galena	
ii   B Boscowitz	
ii   Lytton	
ii    Velos 	
it    Penticton  	
,i   Delaware	
11   Cutch	
»i   City of Kingston....
n   City of Nanaimo	
u   Duchess	
ii   Columbia	
11   Kildonan	
B C Express Co	
Westr & Vancr Trans Co,
Victoria Transfer Co ...
do
I> W Mainguy	
G A Kier ...'....   	
II Hunter	
L Morris	
F S Hussey 	
VV Moresbv	
W Buckett	
Kootenay House	
A J Haulier	
Dominion House	
A Mathison	
J Webb	
Schmidt & Baumann	
Occidental Hotel	
W Manning	
Windsor Hotel	
Balmoral Hotel	
J Henderson	
McKerrow &, Shaw	
Quamichan Hotel	
Delta Hotel	
Colonial Hotel	
Hicks' Hotel	
G-illey Bros	
JTallyard	
H M Dowd	
J Murray	
Thompson & Scoville	
Lee & Baylifr ,	
J Mayer	
OT Hance ,
RR Gilpin	
\V H Covert	
M McQuaig'	
J J McBride	
CAR Lambly	
W Hancock    	
T Riley	
Brought forward.
VII.-ADMiNISTrlATIO-N  OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).-*?ontinued.
Vote No. 73.—Special Constables.— Concluded.
Nelson,
in absence of constable at Rcvelstoke,
with prisoner to Nelson	
Ainsworth,
Slocan,
Granite Creek	
with horse, Similkameen,
Metlakahtla,
Agassiz,
■re Kennedy Bros., New Westminster,
Langlev,
2 days (ft 82.50
7       i.       3
3.50
1.50
2
3
2.50
Vote No.  74.—Transport of Constables and Prisoners.
Fares and meals for constables and prisoners, sundry times	
do do do do 	
do do do do 	
do do do do 	
do                         do do                  do         ........
do                         do do                  do
do do do do 	
do do do do 	
do do do do 	
do do do do 	
do do do do 	
do do do do 	
do do do do 	
do do do do 	
do do do do	
do do do do 	
do do do do 	
do do do do 	
do do do do 	
do do do do 	
Fares, do do do 	
do do do do 	
Hack and buggy hire, sundry times	
Keep of horse for Provincial Police, 12   months   (a   820
Allowance for horse hire and keep, Chemainus,      12 months	
do do Cowiehan, 12       M      	
do do Granite Creek, 12       n      	
do do Okanagan, 8        n       	
Travelling allowance, Superintendent of Police, 79 days @ $4
do                   Officer Moresby (special services),      70       n
Freight on baggage to Victoria	
Meals and beds for constables and prisoners, Golden, sundry times
do do                   Lytton,                     M
do do                   Kamloops,                n
do do                   New Westminster,   n
do do                   North Bend,             n
do do                   Victoria,                   n
do do                         do                        m
do      and keep of horse do                    Otter Valley,              M
do do                   Nanaimo,                  u
do do                   Vancouver,               u
do       and horse feed do                   Saanich,                    n
Hire of conveyances, do                  Cowiehan,                 n
Meals and beds, do                   Duncan's,                  n
do do                   Ladner's,                  n
do do                   New Westminster," M
do do                   Ladner's,                  n
Hire of conveyances, do                   New Westminster,   n
Expenses Constable Tallyard, m
Meals and bed, do                   Yale,                          ,,
do           etc., do                   Spence's Bridge,      n
Hire of conveyances, do                   Nanaimo,                  n
Meals, bed, horse hire & feed, do                   Clinton,                     n
do do                         do                        n
do do                   Quesnelle,                 n
do do                   Grand Prairie,          n
do do                   Kettle River,            ,,
do do                   Rock Creek,             n
do do                         do                        ,,
Horse hire, Con. Lambly, do                        ,,
Conveying do                   to Yernon,                M
Fare, do                 iSicamous to Enderby.
Carried forward.
548 87
5,901 90    30,085 43
5 00
21 00
2 50
9 00
3 00
7 00
10 50
3 00
4 00
6 00
10 00
1,557 25
212 95
341 00
269 50
1 00
3 50
1 00
2 50
5 50
29 50
11 00
35 00
62 00
4 OO
26 50
9 00
21 50
13 00
23 25
83 50
307 60
38 50
260 00
240 00
120 00
120 00
225 00
160 00
316 00
350 00
7 51
9 00
23 25
7 00
4 00
10 60
50
1 25
10 00
19 50
6 00
4 00
18 60
20 50
1 25
63 50
1 50
104 50
9 10
3 60
6 25
60 75
32 60
15 00
99 00
3 00
3 00
16 00
10 00
16 00
13 00
2 00
5,441 11 36,158 33 56 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
45
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$  cts
$   cts.
Gallagher & Stevenson..
T W Patterson & Co ....
Schubert Bros	
Duck's Hotel	
Grand Pacific Hotel	
A J Kirkpatrick	
W Seeley	
Barnes & Morand	
Lequime Bros	
A E Mollesin	
A E Sutton	
Brown & Clark	
F B Beecher	
J Mundorf	
Marshall & Smith	
D D Cullen	
W Allen	
C Haddock	
W Cowan	
Driard Hotel	
RGulliford	
G Kennedy	
D D Mcintosh	
Mayne Island House ....
H Georgison	
J Porter	
M J Conlin   	
E Suiitlmrst	
J Thomas	
J Camp	
Clarence Hotel    	
T Woods	
R Bray	
R T Stokes 	
J McLaren	
M GMcLeod	
J B Marquette	
R Couth	
Lambert & Darling .   ...
Indian Aubair	
M Phillips	
N Hansar	
FH H Fenwick	
J T Galbraith & Bro	
Sicotte & Levesque	
F P Armstrong	
D McEachern	
Q Faulkner	
G Gilbert	
T Krug-er	
Cosmopolitan Hotel	
Bligh & Lyne	
G ALibby	
Indian Michael	
R 3 McLeod	
R L Clark	
E A Graeme   . .
M A Harvey	
W McGirr	
A E Clarke	
A J Tolmie	
R Mercer     	
Pritchard House	
Poodle Dog	
NBell	
G Winter	
A B Ferguson	
A McConnell	
R J Scott	
J A Bullman	
J Burr	
Marks & Van Ness	
J Romang	
A J McKinlay 	
W Boyd.../.	
R Kilpatrick 	
Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).— Continued.
Vote No. 74.—Transport of Constables and Prisoners.-
Continued.
Fare and horse hire, constable and prisoner, Vernon to Enderby
do
do   and meals,
Meals, beds, and horse feed
do
do
do
Hire of conveyance,
Meals, beds, and horse feed
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
hire of team, etc.
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Enderby to Sieamous
Vernon, sundry times
Duck's,
Kamloops,
Grand Prairie,
Duck's,
Vernon,
Okanagan Mission
Field,
Glacier,
Revelstoke,
Clinton,
Mundorf's,
Clinton,
S3-Mile House,
Bridge Creek,
Ashcroft,
Revelstoke,
Nicola,
Otter Valley,
Wellington,
Victoria,
Mayne Island,
do
and horse feed,
do
do
Hire of team, Constable Burr,
Meals and bed,
do and horse feed,
do do
do
Boat hire for constables,
Meals and beds,    do
Boat hire for        do
Express for baggage to Police Office, Victoria
Shoeing Provincial Police horse, do      	
Expenses taking prisoner, Union to Comox	
Hack for constable and prisoner to Victoria Gaol	
Meals and bed and horse feed, constable and prisoner, Saanich	
do Constable Woollacott, Victoria	
Conveyance for Constable Anderson, Comox 	
do do Victoria Gaol	
Expenses, Constable Stokes, to New Westminster	
do do        McLaren, M 	
oo do        McLeod, t, 	
do do        Marquette, to n sundry times	
Hire of steamer, Constable Calbick, to Sechelt	
Meals, do New Westminster	
Horse hire, Constable Dennis, to Old Camp 	
do do re murder, Perry Creek Trail	
do do do 	
do Constable Fenwick, do
Provisions, constables, do
Meals and bed, Constable Redgrave, Robson   	
Fares and meals, constable and prisoners, to Windermere	
Horse hire, Constable Lambly, Rock Creek	
Conveying prisoner to Vernon 	
Fare, Supt. Hussey, Okanagan Lake to Vernon '.'.'.	
Meals and bed and horse feed, Constable Lambly, Osoyoos Lake'.'.'.'.
do constable and prisoner, Kamloops...
do do Ashcroft	
Meal, Constable Burr, Reefer's	
Ferrying,      do do     	
Meals, Officer Dodd, Lytton	
Conveying constable and prisoner to Kamloops Gaol............
Expenses, Constable Graeme, sundry times	
Bugfe^ nn'e Constable Calbick;,        ;T
Meals*and bed, do Vancouver, sundry times'......'..'..'.
Hack hire, constables, New Westminster, n
Meals and bed, do do (l '.','.'.'.'['
do Constable MeKenzie, Victoria	
Bed, Constable Mainguy, ,,
Meals and bed, do ,,
Hack for do and prisoner to Victoria Gaol...
Hack, constables, Victoria, sundry times	
Meals and bed, constable and prisoners, Savona, sundry times!.....
do do McConnelFs	
do do Rockford, sundry times ...
do do Stump Lake,       ,,
Expenses, Constable Burr and prisoners, to Kamloops	
Meals and bed, Constable Redgrave, Nelson Assize	
do constable and prisoner, North Bend	
do do Lac La Hache, sundrv times
do do 70-Mile House, „
Buggy hire, do Wellington, t,
Carried forward	
552 87
5,441 11
133 50
8 00
6 50
18 00
11 00
36 00
29 50
3 50
9 00
3 75
4 50
16 00
56 50
3 50
53 50
29 00
3 00
10 00
75
47 75
11 50
5 50
13 76
7 00
4 00
50
2 50
9 50
2 00
11 00
12 50
■>  50
1 50
3 76
6 00
3 00
34 25
35 00
17 50
1 00
7 00
5 00
9 00
15 86
1 50
7 85
2 00
5 00
1 00
54 75
1 00
21 00
50
1 00
1 00
9 00
4 15
18 00
12 50
35 00
15 00
2 00
50
6 00
1 00
3 00
1 50
1 00
50
13 50
8 25
9 50
50
14 50
2 00
10 50
36,158 33
552 87
6,410 96
36,158 33 46
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to SOth June, 1892.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
Francois & Charley., .
R E Loring	
RRay	
SFTolmie, VS	
VH Baker	
D Morice	
D Mooney	
T Shaw & Son	
Oriental Hotei	
Tilley & Myers	
P Sabiston	
E Humphries	
G Dester	
P C Dunlevy	
Vieth & Borland	
T Meldrum	
O T Hance	
H C Strause	
A H. Wade	
II Blane	
H Smith	
E Mulcahey 	
A Behtel	
J Clapperton	
T Mansfield	
A Coutlie	
J Lyons	
R Clark	
B Lawrence	
W M McLaughlin ....
L Duval	
H Prevost	
F Ross	
J Simpson	
T E Woods	
J T Beck & Co ,   	
R Whitfield	
G Heard	
J H Cocking	
J Harper	
W Blank	
J Morrow	
Keddy & Crossan ....
A McDonald	
J C Green	
S Murphy	
M Cameron	
J McKay	
S Brewer	
C J Brownrigg	
GGoldie	
WDoull	
C Levett	
W Phillips	
W French	
D Griffith	
A E Mollison	
W H Brown	
T Barton	
T McAllister	
J Haller	
D Ercole	
R Valenzula	
M Howe	
Indian Nieuk	
A E Thomas	
E Holden	
S Peake 	
S A Spencer	
H Courtney	
T Whitwell	
J McAustin	
Berryman & Andrews
Victoria Hotel	
Lambly Bros	
Haddecon & Co	
Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION  OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
8ALARim).-Continued.
Vote No. 74.—Transport of Constables and Prisoners.-
Continued.
Horse hire, as special constable, Nicola Lake	
Expenses making arrests, Hazelton	
Shoeing horse, Provincial Police, Victoria.	
Attending horse, do do	
Hire of horse, Constable Baker, Perry Creek	
Meals and bed, constable and prisoner, Rogers Pass, sundry times	
Conveying Constable Calbick to Howe Sound	
Boat hire, Constable McKinnon, Gabriola Island	
Meals and beds, constables, Victoria, sundry times	
do Constable Kier, Nanaimo Assize 	
Bed, constable, do	
Ferrying Constable Robb and prisoners, Soda Creek	
Meals and beds and horse feed, constable and prisoners, at Chilcotin..
do do do Soda Creek
Meals and bed for constables & prisoners, 150-Mile House, sundry times
do do Soda Creek, do
do       & horse hire,    do Hanceville, do
do do do Chilcotin, do
do for Constable Norris, Penticton	
Hire of horse for do Kamloops	
Meals and bed for Constable Jones and prisoner at Kamloops	
Hack for constable and prisoner to Victoria Gaol	
Meals and bed for Constable Kier at Victoria Assize	
Horse feed for Constable Lyons, Nicola    	
Hire of horse for Constable Mansfield, Nicola	
Meals, bed, and horse feed,        do do    	
Expenses of Constable Lyons and prisoner, Nicola to Kamloops ....
Fares, do do do ....
Meals for Constable Pearsc, Notch Hill	
Hack for constable, and prisoner to New Westminster Gaol	
Meals for Supt. Hussey at Lake 	
Canoeing Officer Todd to Fort Simpson	
do do Port Kssington	
Boat and crew for Constable Flewin, Metlakahtla	
Buggy for Constable Anderson to Courtney	
Repairing buggy for Provincial Police, Victoria	
Hire of steamer for constables to Johnston Straits	
Hack for constable and prisoner to Penitentiary	
do do Nanaimo Gaol	
Conveying do Departure Bay to Nanaimo	
Canoeing Constable Morrow and prisoner       do do        ....
Meals for prisoner, Wellington	
Hire of buggy for Constable Stewart to Wellington, sundry times ..
Meals and bed for Constable Edwards at Donald	
do       & horse feed for constable and pris., Golden, sundry times
Meals and bed for Constable Edwards and prisoner, Murphey's	
do do do Galena	
do do do McKay's	
do do do Fairmont   	
do do do Columbia Lake..
do do do Wasa  	
Hire of horses, do do to Donald	
Horse feed, do do Fort Steele	
do       for Constable Dennis, Old Camp    ...
Meals, bed, & horse feed, do Perry Greek	
do do Old Camp	
do       Constable Redgrave and prisoner, Field	
do       Constable King and prisoner, Kamloops	
Hire of horse for Constable Robb, Clinton, 5 days	
do          with          do               do       5   n
Meals, bed, and shoeing horse Constable McAllister, Clinton	
do       and horse feed, do Canoe Creek.. ..
do do 	
do       Constable Mainguy and prisoner, Chemainus	
Hire of horse for Constable Parsons, Nicola	
do do       Thomas,   do      	
Conveying prisoners to and from gaol, Victoria	
Boat hire for Constable Anderson, Union	
Meals and bed,    do       Robb, Alert Bay	
Hack, do       McNeill, Victoria	
do do       Robb and prisoner, Victoria	
Boat hire, do       Campbell, Esquimalt	
Meals and bed,    do       Woollacott, Victoria	
do do       Jones, Vernon	
Meals, bed, and team hire, constable & prisoners, Vernon, sundry times
Meals and bed for Constable Lambly, Rock Creek	
Carried forward	
552 87
6,410 96
10 00
26 50
19 50
35 00
1 00
6 00
30 00
50
5 50
10 00
2 00
3 00
19 00
52 00
36 00
6 00
60 50
32 00
2 00
7 00
2 50
1 00
6 00
2 00
3 75
12 50
22 60
12 00
1 00
50
75
4 00
28 00
14 00
2 50
51 25
75 00
2 00
1 00
3 00
5 00
50
25 60
2 50
17 00
6 00
4 50
9 00
10 00
4 00
4 50
34 00
1 50
2 50
8 50
1 50
6 00
50
7 50
7 50
4 50
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
1 00
3 00
7 00
3 00
1 00
4 00
30 00
1 50
27 75
7 00
36,158 33
552 87
7,282 46
36,158 33 56 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
47
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
8  cts.
S   cts.
L Ehalt	
J Douglas	
Vernon Hotel	
Lansdowne Hotel	
W Hancock	
R Frayne	
Indian Tessond	
Price & Ellison  	
EO'Rourke	
J D Pierson    	
Leland House	
RH Shore	
Mordau House	
T Marshall	
A Isnardy	
W Riley	
Genelle Bros 	
T Costley	
A Clemis	
L Gibson 	
C Galloway	
J Corrigan	
Indian Jim	
.1 C McKenzie	
Foreman & Campbell
J Harper	
H B Shaw	
R Kilpatrick	
J Carrington	
II E Parsons	
W Riley	
E Forester	
Nelson &. Unwin .
E Jones	
F H Meyer	
WGDuguid	
W J Cusack	
Indian Bob	
Monarch Hotel	
B. C. Express Co	
J H Tingley	
II Moffatt	
A DMcInnis	
S Downes	
L Carson	
T Barron	
J Gravelle	
Indians Jim and Billy
J D Gillie	
C Sterling	
J Clapperton	
H H Mitchell	
W R McDonald	
F Devlin	
JStoddart	
S Brewer	
T Forrest	
R C Rusk	
J Berry	
H Smith	
J D Mcintosh	
Indian Nipps	
Vieth & Borland	
J Haddock	
T J Cole	
J P Buonyeat	
A Clarkson	
W S Patterson	
J E Ryder	
G W Gilley & Co	
W O Lewis	
Bowyer & Gaydon .. .
R L Clark	
IT Sampson	
R Cunningham & Son
R Agnew	
Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION  OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).—Continued.
Vote No. 74.—Transport  of Constables and. Prisoner*
Continued.
Meals and bed for Constable Lambly, Kettle River	
Hire of horse, do Osoyoos	
Meals and bed for constable and prisoners, Vernon 	
do do Lansdowne	
Conveying do do to Vernon	
do do do 	
do do Enderby to Lansdowne ...
Fare of prisoner from Okanagan Mission to Vernon	
Horse feed, constable and prisoner at Quilchena	
Meals and bed for Constable Redgrave, Medicine Hat	
do do Murphey's	
do do Manitou	
do do Mordau	
Conveying Constable Allen and prisoner to Chilcotin	
Meals, constable and prisoner, Chimney Creek, sundry times	
do    bed, and horse feed, const, and pris'r, Nicola L., sundry times,
do do Tappen Siding,    u
Hire of horse, etc., do Kamloops, n
Meals and bed, do Spence's Bridge, ti
Ferrying Officer Dodd, Hope, f,
Meals and bed, do n u
do do ii n
Canoeing do n n .
Conveying prisoners to Duncan's Court House, m
Hire of steamer for Constable Stewart to Gabriola Island	
Conveying prisoners, Departure Bay to Nanaimo Gaol	
Hire of boat, Constable McKinnon, to Protection Island	
Hire of conveyance,    do to Nanaimo	
Hire of horse, Constable Carrington, Nicola	
do do        Parsons,       Nicola Valley	
Shoeing horse,      do        Quicksit, n 	
Meals, constables, Sicamous	
do    and bed, Constable Hunter, Kamloops	
Hire of team, do       Jones, with prisoner, to Kamloops Gaol	
Fare, Officer Dodd, New Westminster to Vancouver and return	
Horse hire and feed, Constable Duquid, to Lillooet	
do do        Cusack, m 	
Hire of team to take prisoners, Pavilion to     n        	
Meals, Constable Redgrave and prisoner, Field
Quesnelle to Ashcroft.
Lac La Hache	
Alexandria	
Australian Ranch	
and assistant, 4-Mile Creek.
Fares,       do        St. Laurent do
Meals,      do do
do do do
do    and horse feed, Con. St. Laurent,
Meals, bed,       do do
do do
do                                       do
Horse hire, Constable Gravelle, searching for prisoner 	
do re horse stealing at Nicola ,.  .
do do do	
do do do	
do Constable Hunter, to Granite Creek	
Expenses, do       Mitchell, between Sicamous and Duck's	
Fare and meals for Constable McLaren, Napier Lake	
Expenses of Const. Devlin with prisoner from Kamloops to Reformatory
Meals and horse feed, Constable Edwards, Windermere	
do do Fairmont	
Meals and bed, Constable Moodie at Donald	
Keep of and retiming horse for Constable Redgrave to Donald	
Meals for Constable Allen at New Westminster	
do do Kamloops	
Taking message to constable at Soda Creek	
Conveying Constable Allen & prisoner, do   to 150-Mile House	
do do 150-Mile H. to Ashcroft, return of Con.
Hire of horse for Constable Burr, Ashcroft .. <     	
Meals, bed, and horse feed, Constable Cusack, 18-Mile House	
Meals and bed for Constable Burnyeat, Vernon	
Hire of buggy for Constable Stephenson and prisoner to Nanaimo	
Boat and horse hire for constables, Vancouver, sundry times	
jgy hire for Constable Armstrong, New Westminster to Hake's	
Hire of steamer for Officer Moresby to English's cannery	
Fare for Constable Calbick and prisoner to Mission City	
Meals for do Vancouver, sundiy times '.	
Fares for Constable Hunter and prisoner, Nicola to Kamloops	
Horse hire, Constable Sampson, Vesuvius Bay         	
Board for Constable Flewin, Port Essington	
Beds for Constable Woollacott, Victoria	
Carried fomoard.
552 87
7,282 46
52 00
1 75
4 OC
53 OC
65 OC
4 00
10 00
3 00
3 50
10 50
4 50
1 50
1 00
2 00
20 00
1 00
3 00
75
48 00
50
1 50
50
2 50
1 00
2 50
10 00
1 50
50
6 00
1 50
6 00
2 26
9 00
4 50
30 00
75
2 50
7 50
10 00
1 50
93 90
1 50
1 50
2 50
7 50
1 50
4 50
3 00
6 00
1 00
2 00
5 00
17 50
1 50
18 50
1 50
6 00
2 00
23 00
50
50
50
14 00
100 00
4 50
2 00
14 00
5 00
11 25
3 00
20 00
3 20
30 50
16 00
1 00
52 00
5 00
604 87i    8,103 81    36,158 33
1 48
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
Delmonico	
R Grant	
W G Manson	
J Allan  	
Rice & Shaw	
Indian Alec	
J Akerman	
F J Bitancourt	
H Dempsey	
Indian Jack	
M Phillips	
J CSteen	
A Hanson	
W Pinchbeck	
W Cowan :	
J D Graham	
NSicotte&Co	
Brown & Evans	
T Mulvey	
A Sproat	
W Mitchell	
J Allen	
J Watkinson	
C A Phair	
J Laity	
CWilkie ,	
G H Bray	
•Brown Bros	
St Leonard's Hotel.,..
T Costley	
II Fohlin	
G Laitnen	
A McBrvan	
T Hornby	
W J Cusack	
J R Tinker	
W H Keatley	
J Martley   	
Indian Jack	
J Mollesin	
J McLeod	
W Camming	
Indians Picll and Peter
R Carson	
C Phair	
W J Cusack	
Indian Dick	
W G Maomyn  	
Victoria Hotel	
T W Fletcher  	
E Jones 	
S Fiona	
J Moffatt	
E J Tronson	
W J Macmyn	
W Hancock	
M McQuaig	
Coldstream Hotel	
G Gilbert	
T Ellis	
H G Miller	
E Jones	
G Lynn 	
E McGuire	
H C Fraser	
HW Wright	
T Elliott	
WH Philpott	
Holbrook House	
H Dempsey	
H Ross	
J Harper	
A Shaw & Son	
A A Brownell	
E Bittancourt	
Indian Tom	
Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER  THAN
SALARim).-Continuc<r.
Vote No. 74.—Transport of Constables and Prisoners.
Continued.
Board for Constable Woollacott, Victoria	
Buggy hire for Constable Smithurst, Comox ■	
Horse hire and expenses, Constable Manson, Lillooet	
Meals, bed, and horse feed. do do        	
Buggy hire for Constable Kier, Duncan's.   	
Canoeing Constable Mainguv to Salt Spring Island	
Meals, bed, etc.,       do do 	
Canoeing do Vesuvius Bay to Chemainus	
Meals and bed, do Nanaimo	
Conveying do and prisoner, Chemainus to Duncan's
Hire of horse for Constable Edwards, Columbia Lakes	
Meals and bed for     do       Moodie, Donald 	
do do       Redgrave, Field	
do & horse feed, Constable Allen and pris., Williams Lake
Meals, Constable Gordon, en route to Nelson '
Expenses, Constable Graham, do   .
Meals, do and prisoner, Robson	
do    bed and horse feed, Constable Graham, Slocan	
do    and boat hire, do do    	
Expenses, Constable Sproat, to Nelson	
Horse hire, Supt. Ilussey, re Bull murder	
Meals, bed and horse feed, do Lillooet    	
do        Constable Mitchell, at Foster's Bar	
Supplies for search party, re Bull murder	
Expenses taking prisoner to New Westminster	
do do do 	
do       as special constable, do and Vancouver ...   .
Fare of Officer Moresby to Harrison Hot Springs  	
Meals and horse feed, Constable McNeil, Blaine	
Hire of teams, Supt. Hussey, etc., to Nicola	
Meals, Constable Sinclair, Salmon Arm.	
Meals and bed, Constable Pearse, do       	
do do Shuswap  	
Hire of buggy for police, Kamloops	
Expenses, Constable Hautier, Lillooet to Lytton	
Meals and horse feed, Constable Cusack, Black Hill	
do Constable Phair, 15-Mile House	
do do The Grange	
Conveying prisoners, Lillooet to Ashcroft	
Meals for constables, North Bend	
Meals and bed,
Supplies for
Packing for
Meals, bed, and horse feed,
Horse hire,
do Constable Cusack.
Packing for Supt. Hussey,
do
do
do
do
do
re Bull murder
do
Hat Creek
re Bull murder
to Bridge Creek, re Bull murder
Pavilion Mountain
Hoi'se hire, Constable Lambly, at Keremeous and Osoyoos	
Meals. Constable Macmyn, Vernon	
Meals, bed, etc., Constable Norris, Armstrong	
-Hire of team, Constable Jones and prisoner, Lansdowne to Duck's.   ..
Meals for prisoners, at Osoyoos     	
Meals, bed, and horse feed, Constable Lambly, Fairview	
do do do Vernon	
Hire of horse, Constable Macmyn, Kettle River	
Hire of buggy, do       Jones, Lansdowne and Vernon..
Meals, bed, and keep of horse, do       Lambly, Kettle liiver	
do do Const. Lambly, Vernon	
Conveying do Okanagan L. to Vernon
Meals," bed, and horse feed, do and prisoner, Penticton.
do do and messenger, Vernon.
Hire of team, Constable Jones,   sundry times
Meals, bed, and horse feed, Constable Norris, Salmon River
do do do
do        and conveyance, do        Salmon Arm to Salmon River
do do Enderby
Horse feed,    Constable Lambly,       Rock Creek
Meals,
do   and bed
do       do
Buggy hire,
Fare,
Boat hire,
Buggy hire,
Conveying'
do
do
do
do
do
"do
do
do
Constable Mainguv
do
Stephenson, Nanaimo .
Stewart,        New Westminster	
Nanaimo	
Northfield	
Nanaimo to Departure Bay.
Nanaimo	
Cowiehan	
Vesuvius to Chemainus ..   .
Somcnos to Burgoyne Bay ..
Main guy,
McKinnon,
Kier,
'Jarr led forward.
604 87
604 87
8,103 81
18 75
7 00
27 25
4 00
6 00
2 00
3 75
1 50
1 75
3 00
7 00
11 00
1 50
4 0(1
8 25
39 75
1 00
10 75
8 25
C 25
14 00
14 00
5 00
12 15
2 90
3 00
1 50
4 00
1 30
63 00
1 25
7 75
2 00
2 00
11 00
2 00
9 50
2 50
20 00
7 75
4 00
5 95
4 50
3 50
24 00
7 50
10 00
7 00
8 00
2 00
10 00
3 00
3 50
7 50
26 00
15 00
9 00
7 00
2 50
12 50
6 50
51 00
6 00
3 50
15 50
4 00
3 33
3 00
2 50
15 00
3 00
50
1 00
5 00
1 50
2 50
8,758 44 56 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
49
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
1           I
Arrears.
I   ets
$   cts.
1
%   cts
J Akerman   	
Geary & Stoddart	
604 87
26 00
25 00
8,758 44
50
11 00
2 50
5 00
7 50
1 00
4 00
3 00
69 20
2 50
1 00
50
9 20
6 00
3 50
2 00
2 00
12 00
24 00
8 OS
24 50
8 00
1 00
5 00
8 00
9 00
65 00
271 80
161 00
200 00
25 00
334 28
177 51
268 71
95 34
284 75
100 00
20 00
400 00
49 OO
25 00
20 00
11 25
8 26
11 25
17 50
11 10
8 50
7 90
2 00
2 50
1 00
26 00
540 00
36,168 33
8,988 42
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF  JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).— Continued.
Vote No. 74.—Transport of Constables a nd Prisoners.—
Concluded.
R W Brownrigg	
H A Perlev	
W Riley	
Shoeing horse,   Constable Gillie,      Nicola	
0 W Newkirk	
W H El son
E E Phair	
J F Allison .
D Gaydon 	
J Snow	
Roval Oak Hotel	
J M Langley	
Hotel Victoria	
Hire of buggy for Constable Patterson to New Westminster, twice ....
Vote No. 75.—Miscellaneous.
Expenses to Victoria & return, re Writ of Error, Piel Ke-ark-an o. Reg.
W W Spinks    	
W H Whittaker.
Hon A N Richards, Q C .
Corbould, McColl & Co ..
A Adams &Heppeuberger
Consultations with Attorney-General, re " Cattle Act," Reg. v. Johnson
Gard, Hall & Rock	
Hon H P P Crease
RB Punnett	
Services,              do     Bclyeaand Hallct Commissions, $200; exp. $84.75
R T Elliott ....
JSmilius Irving, Q C	
Mclntyre, Code & Orde..
L T Davis, M D	
Paid for printing re reference to Supreme Court, Canada, of B.C. County
R B Punnett	
F H Lang 	
J Pelly	
J Mahoney	
E Cantell	
W H Falding	
EEBell	
Indian Bill	
Expenses of W. L. Meason, Indian Agent, to Tatla Lsland, re Indian
Trouble.
ri      Brigham	
Services with 2 horses 24 days, #72; with Indian Agt., 50 d. $100 172
A Chum & Co         	
0 T Hance	
Indian Alphonse	
Billy	
Hire of team and waggon to Soda Creek and Lesser Dog Creek,   32
Indian Billy	
PCDunlevy	
Eagle & Paxton	
654 87
3.143 (U
46,146 75
• 50
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
TO  WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$  cts.
$   cts.
8   cts.
W Scott	
0 Haddock 	
J Hamilton	
Indian Toosy	
P Gehart	
Gallagher & Stevenson .
A Wade	
F Devlin 	
Indian Napoleon	
T Walee	
FP Cook ;	
Indian Bob	
.,      Yick-tou	
„     Bull	
A Fletcher	
Indian Jas Louis	
A Leamy	
.1 Walker	
W W Spinks	
E Stout 	
T W Patterson & Co	
Indian Maggie	
.1 Wardle	
T Gowdy	
GF Payne	
C B Brick	
L Higg-s	
J H Quigley	
E E Phair	
S Grinder	
Braden & Stamford
H G Waterson	
M. Miller	
Jackson & Mylius	
Indian Eye   	
n     Luke	
G R Elliott	
J Sampson	
J Daley	
WPFindlay, JP	
B C Express Co	
J Allen	
J Martley, J P	
W Ford	
J Martley, JP	
C Dietz	
S& ORy	
WK Leighton	
Mrs Gilligan	
Blair & Co	
C Winterhalter	
A A Aaronson	
VII.-ADMINISTRATION  OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALAnmS).~Coneluded.
Vote No. 7.5.—Miscellaneous.—Concluded.
Special messenger from Rockford to Govt. Agent, Nicola .
Brought forward.
do to Judge Cornwall, Ashcroft
do to Indian Agent, Little Dog Creek	
do with warrant to Constable Allen, 150-Mile House.
do from Nicola to Govt. Agent, Kamloops	
do to Constable Montieth, Spallumcheen	
do Penticton to Osoyoos, re Reg. v. Phillip	
do to New Westminster, re Reg. v. Moore	
do to T. Seward, J. P	
do Hazelton to Babine	
do to Constable Hunter, re Owens	
do Pavilion to Clinton, re Chervoise	
do from Indian Agent to Supt. Hussey	
do to Pavilion, re Bull murder	
do to A. M. Wilson, J. P., Slocan	
do Hazelton to Metlakahtla	
Assistance in New Westminster Registrar's Office, 4 days @ $3
do do do 3     ,, 2.50
Attending at Nicola on hearingof Reg. v. Howse & Wilson, 7
Part cost of burial of Chinaman found drowned at Yale...
Telephone message to Vernon, re Reg. v. Knox	
Cleaning Yale Court House	
Rent of building for Police Court, Hope	
Hauling deer hides seized at Victoria	
Searching for Turnbull, Satuma I., supposed to have committed suicide
do do do do
do do do do
Taking down evidence, Reg. v. Greer	
Rent of rooms for holding Assize, Nelson	
Cleaning Court House, Clinton	
3 water telescopes for police use	
Badges, do      	
do       (work on) do      	
do do      	
Cleaning Court House, Duncan's	
do do Nelson   	
Services as assistant Stenographer, Victoria	
Photographs for use in Reg. v. Vipond, Nanaimo.	
Meal for Constable Kier, at Duncan's Court House	
Backing warrants and swearing constable at Medicine Hat	
Charg-es on handcuffs to Clinton	
Meals, bed, etc., for J. Martley, J.P., at Lillooet, re Reg. v. Chervoise
Hire of horse, do do       	
Moving notice board, Duncan's Court House	
Expenses to Lillooet, re Reg. v. Fook	
Meals etc., for messenger from Rock Creek	
Freight on plough (evidence) to Enderby	
Making plans for use at Nanaimo Assize	
Searching female condemned prisoner, Nanaimo Assize	
Conveying messenger, Nicola to Spence's Bridge	
Clearing chimney, Victoria Gaol	
Amounts advanced on stolen goods restored to owners	
S DPope, LL.D	
D Wilson, B A	
W F C Pope	
Rev D Fraser, MA...
Jno Anderson, B A...
Archdeacon Scriven, MA
S D Pope, LL.D	
EBPaul, MA	
E S Wood	
R Law, B A	
Weiler Bros	
D Wilson	
CPR Co	
E&NRCo	
S&ORCo	
Westminster & Van. T Co
C P N Co	
Vm.—EDUCATION.
Vote No. 70.—Education, Office.
Superintendent of Education  12 months @ S180
Inspector of Schools  12        „ 130
Clerk  12
Services as Examiner, Teachers' Examination	
do do do
do do do
do do do
do Supervisor, do
do do do
do do do
Hire of furniture, do
Travelling allowance, Inspector of Schools,
Sundry fares, do
do do
do do
do do
do do
Victoria,      8 i
Kamloops,    2
Victoria,      7
<$3
29 d. @S5; 72 d.
654 87
3,143 64    45,146 75
6 00
2 50
10 00
4 00
5 00
10 00
5 00
2 00
1 00
12 00
5 00
5 00
3 00
4 00
2 00
50 00
12 00
7 50
36 00
4 00
25
1 00
5 00
1 75
7 50
7 50
7 50
5 00
50 00
2 00
16 00
1 50
2 50
60 00
3 12
8 00
12 50
5 00
60
1 00
50
12 00
7 00
1 50
13 50
2 50
1 58
10 00
3 00
2 00
2 00
11 00
Carried forward.
2,160 00
1,560 00
960 00
176 00
175 00
175 00
175 00
24 00
6 00
21 00
21 25
433 00
90 30
16 25
4 00
4 60
40 00
654 87      6,040
48,738 I 56 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
51
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$ cts.
$   cts.
S   cts.
Victoria Transfer Co ..
W M Wood	
H Sweet	
Gilley Bros	
J Whelan & Co	
M Willis	
E Dickie	
W Marshall	
W Hancock	
TCostlev	
G Buse	
J Clark	
Gallagher & Stevenson
A Hicks	
R Banham	
A Haynes	
J Frederickson	
W E Copley	
WMcKee	
D W Sutherland	
G McCallum	
R Muir	
R Shortreed	
A Read	
J Rinn	
D McKenzie	
J Henderson 	
J Camp	
Lee & Dickey	
S G Lewis	
-I Akerman	
T Parker	
W McDonald	
Str Delaware	
.1 Yorick	
R Lowdon	
Indian Tom	
Indian Jack 	
Str Telephone	
Indian Alec	
Indian John	
H Stalker	
G H Sluggett	
Dominion Express Co.
A M Porter	
R Sinclair	
Victoria Transfer Co ..
J Anderson	
CP NCo	
C P R Co   	
W T Slavin	
J Keon	
Dominion Express Co.
J Anderson	
E & N Ry Co	
E Mulcahey	
E Pimbury & Co ..   ..
W M Gibson	
Thompson & Scoville..
E Pimbury & Co	
Thompson Bros	
A P Diplock	
D Lyal & Co	
R Huxtable	
T Nicholson	
SB Netherby	
Weiler Bros	
S Hilton	
TNHibben&Co	
M Miller	
"Colonist"	
H M Stramberg	
W Hunter	
Brought forward 	
YUl.-mVVATWK.-Continued.
Vote No.
76.—IMUC
Horse & buggy hire
Inspector of
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Horse feed,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Ferriage, etc.,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Messenger,
do
Charges on valise,
do
Procuring horse,
do
-Concluded.
Chilliwhack    	
Vancouver	
New Westminster & District
Vancouver and District	
Victoria 	
New Westminster District..
Nanaimo District	
Lansdowne	
Kamloops	
Nicola	
Vernon	
New Westminster	
Vancouver	
Port Moody	
Victoria 	
Shawnigan	
New Westminster District.
Mount Lehman	
Stave River 	
Sooke 	
Aldergrove 	
Langley Prairie	
Clover Valley.
Saanich	
Cowiehan
Salt Spring Island .
Esquimalt District.
Chilliwhack	
Port Hammond....
Canoe Pass	
Lulu Island	
Hope	
Vesuvius Bay	
Steveston  	
Mission	
Whonnock	
Moodyville	
Saanich	
Kamloops	
Cobble Hill.
Hack and buggy hire, Superintendent of Education, Victoria	
do do do      	
Travelling allowance at Teachers' Examination, Kamloops,  14 d. @ $5
Fares, John Anderson, do do        	
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do do
Stationery,
Express hire,
Charge on packages,
Travelling allowance, School Examinations, Nanaimo—11 days @ ®4
Fare, J. Anderson,
Hack hire, do
Stationery,
Hack, J. Anderson.
Buggy hire, do
Stationery,   do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Nanaimo District.
do
Vancouver	
do        	
New Westminster.
Teachers' Examinations, Victoria  11 d. @ gl.fiO
do
do
do
Board of Examiners,
do
do
do
do
Messenger,
Supervisor,
do
Hire of furniture,
Hack,
Maps and school requisites	
Postal wrappers, etc 	
Lithographing 150 High School Certificates ....
Expenses to Victoria at request of Department.
do do do
Carried forward
062 87
44 50
4 00
5 00
8 50
10 50
3 00
12 75
4 00
20 50
1 60
6 00
10 00
7 50
6 00
1 60
3 00
1 50
6 00
2 50
1 OO
1 00
1 00
1 00
50
1 00
1 50
1 00
2 25
76
1 50
50
1 00
1 00
50
50
1 00
2 00
3 00
50
2 00
2 00
50
50
85
50
50
13 25
70 00
6 00
31 00
10 74
50
1 10
44 00
6 00
50
3 50
50
8 00
5 50
12 48
6 90
12 85
16 50
15 00
18 00
18 00
1 00
400 70
28 40
75 0C
8 0C
3 50
7,044 82
7,044 82 52
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$  cts.
S  cts
662 87
7,044 8
VHI.-EDUCATION.-C'o»«f*i«erf.
Vote No, 77,— Victoria City Distrie
t.
nths @ S110
n 110
i, 100
,i              90
90
,i 100
,i 80
i, 80
,,              75
75
i, 70
„ 70
ii 66
ii 60
ii 55
H               50
40
,, 40
i, 100
„               80
76
ii 70
,, 65
„ 65
,i 60
ii               55
55
ii 50
ii               50
90
i, 70
,. 50
,, 40
,. 70
,, 40
n               40
70
,i 70
,, 40
,, 40
ii 70
,, 40
ii 40
i, 70
„               40
40
is. 17d.@S60
14           60
60
60
70
70
60
50
50
50
8d.       50
660 00
110 00
550 00
1,200 00
1,080 00
360 00
1,200 00
640 00
320 00
600 00
300 00
560 00
280 00
780 00
720 00
660 00
600 00
360 00
360 00
1,200 00
960 00
900 00
840 00
260 00
520 00
720 00
220 00
440 00
200 00
400 00
1,080 00
840 00
350 00
280 00
840 00
480 00
280 00
280 00
560 00
480 00
240 00
840 00
160 00
320 00
840 00
480 00
240 00
392 90
327 10
720 00
720 00
840 00
840 00
720 00
600 00
250 00
350 00
512 90
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
J F Smith   	
S B Netherby	
J F Smith	
A B McNeill	
Do	
Do	
E H Russell, B A	
EE Sylvester	
GH Withrow	
S Kermode	
4th     do               do             12
5th     do               do             12
6th     do               do             12
7th      do               do                       12
E King 	
Monitor,                do            ■     9
do                       do                9
F E Armstrong	
L M Caldwell	
Principal,       Girls' School  12
2nd     do               do              12
M Williams	
4th     do               do                8
S A Robinson	
5th     do               do             12
6th     do              do               8
Do	
7th     do              do                 4
I R Christie	
7th     do              do              8
J F Sallaway	
Monitor,                       do                    7
Monitor,                     do                12
J M Bradley	
C T Lorimer	
A J Monro	
I M F Barron   	
do                              do                    8
Monitor,                         do                   12
Teacher,   Kock Bay Ward School  12
I R Christie	
F G Walker	
do                              do                    8
0 Northcott	
do                              do                           6
Vote No. 78 — Victoria District.
do       Cedar Hill          do      12   ,
do        Lake                   do      12   i
do        North Saanich    do      12   i
do        South Saanich    do      12   ,
do        West Saanich      do      12   t
do        Cadboro              do      12   ,
26,590 00
E R Mulder	
R Landells, B A	
0 H Cogswell, B A
G H Sluggett	
J McK McLennan	
do        Gordon Head      do      10   i
Grant for incidental expenses, Craigflower School 12   ,
do                     do            Cedar Hill         do   12   ,
do                     do            Lake                  do   12   ,
do                     do            North Saanich  do   12   ,
do                    do           South Saanich do   12   i
do                     do            West Saanich   do   12   i
do                    do           Cadboro            do   12   ,
do                     do            Tolmie               do   12   ,
do                     do            Gordon Head    do   12   ,
H A King	
W Dean	
862 87
40.267 72 50 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
53
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
.?   cts
S  cts.
S  cts.
662 87
40,267 72
E B Paul, MA	
D H Elliott	
VIII.-EDUCATION.-C'oi.rm.iM/.
Vote No. 79.— Esquimalt District.
Teacher, Esquimalt        School  12 months (a S70
do        Metohosin            do      10       ,,   12 d.   50
840 00
519 35
450 00
150 00
50 00
178 34
600 00
50 00
250 00
50 00
250 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
600 00
600 00
50 00
250 00
300 00
600 00
300 00
272 58
50 00
100 00
200 00
30 00
330 00
50 00
550 00
200 00
350 00
230 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
G A Ferguson 	
G H Martin	
do        Sooke                   do         9       ,,              50
do           do                        do         3        i,               50
do        East Sooke          do       1       ,t            	
do               do                    do                     3        ii    17 d.   50
J H McGill, B A   	
It II Allen	
D Ross	
A M Haldon	
do         Colwood                do       12       ii               50
M Lawson 	
do                   do                 do         5        ii               50
K Phillips	
T G Stothard	
Grant for incidental expenses, Esquimalt   School 12       M            	
do                       do             Metchosin          do    12        t,             	
do                    do           Sooke               do   12      n           	
do                     do            East Sooke        do   12       „            	
do                     do            Colwood            do   12       n            	
do                     do            Rocky Point     do   12       ,t            	
Vote No. SO.— Coiriehau District.
Teacher, Maple Bav        School   12 months (ft $50
do        Quamichan          do      12       n              50
1? Milne	
T Argvle	
E M Lettice	
3,627 69
S J Murton	
R H Allen	
do         Shawnigan            do   12        it               50
J A Hoy	
MCMcIntyre   ..
M Sanderson 	
E B McLellan	
do                   do                 do     i       ii               50
J W Bell
M McDowell	
do             do                       do       11        ,i               30
do        Chemainus L'd'g do         1       n         	
do        Duncan's             do         4       n              50
do            do                     do         7       ii              50
M Gordon	
R Telford	
It J Hawkey	
A M Haldon	
A E Blake	
R D Symons	
W P Javnes	
W A Miller	
J Greig	
J N Evans	
Grant for incidental expenses, Maple Bav   School 12       n         	
do                     do            Quamichan        do   12       n         	
do                     do            Chemainus        do   12       i,         	
do                       do             Shawnigan         do    12        i,         	
do                     do            S. Cowiehan      do   12       -i
do                     do            Chemainus L'g do   12       ,i         	
do                    do           Duncan's          do   12      M        	
Vote No. SI.—The Islands District.
Teacher, Beaver Point School  12 months <ft $50
do        Burgoyne Bav   do      12       M              50
do         Mayne Island       do        12        n               50
do        Vesuvius            do      12      ,r             50
T D Conwav	
J McDonald 	
5,382 58
RWatkins	
600 00
600 00
600 00
600 00
SO 00
229 89
93 33
40 00
40 00
40 00
50 00
1,320 00
1,200 00
900 00
720 00
550 00
480 00
480 CO
780 00
660 00
600 00
660 00
550 00
E N Patterson	
R A R Purdy	
M F Halliday	
NG Wilson	
do                 do                   do         5        ii 23 d.    40
do                 do                   do         2       i, 10  i,     40
Grant for incidental expenses, Beaver Point School 12       n         	
do                     do           Burgoyne Bay   do   12       n         	
do                       do           Maj'ne Island     do    12        n         	
do                     do           Vesuvius            do   12       ,.    (ftlO extra)
Vote No. 83.—Nanaimo City District.
Principal.        High School   12 months O $110
do                  Boys'School    12       n            100
1st Assistant,         do              12      i,             75
2nd       do             do              12      „             60
3rd        do             do              11       ,,             50
Principal,         Girls' School      6       h              80
do                         do                  6       ii              80
W M Robson	
TD Mansell	
W Hunter, B A	
2,973 22
F E Hartt	
C Pool 	
A F Gardiner	
2nd       do             do              12      ,,             55
3rd        do              do               12       ..              50
Teacher, South Ward School  11       „             60
do                         do               11       „              50
Carried forward	
I Brown	
M P Haarer	
C A Duncan	
R Hilbert	
8,900 00
662 87
61,151 21 54
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
S   ets.
S   cts
B rough t forward.....
VIII.-EDUCATION.-CoMfiMMerf.
Vote No. 83.—Nanaimo District.
J L McKay	
J Ramsey	
S Ramsay	
NG Wilson	
J J Miller	
K Cairns	
J A L Dougherty .
A McKemde	
A L Stewart	
L B Freeman	
J W H King	
A Ketcheson	
E J Thomas	
M H Crockford .   .
M Bryant	
C Pool	
E Murray 	
J A L Dougherty .
M Blake	
I! 	
R Lawrence	
K Cairns	
M F Halliday	
H Pottmeyer .
K M McKinnon ..
K Cairns	
N G Wilson	
R J Douglas	
M McKinnon, M A
C McGarrigle	
J Malpass	
J Thomas	
J Wilson	
W N Tregoning...
J Morrison	
T R Jones	
J Hunter	
R Hamilton	
W Parks	
G Cassidy	
M Edgar	
J Howitt..
E S De Bou
G A Huff   .
F W Robbins .
E Coghlan	
J Sutherland .
M D Skinper..
E Coghlan....
E A King. ...
J B Bennett..
S Sutherland .
J B Bennett .
W A Gilchrist
J C Turn bull.
S A Williams..
J Piercy	
S J Cliffe	
A McMillan
A Salmond   ...
R T Carwithen
A Lindsay....
G Heatherbell .
Principal, Wellington School.
1st Assistant, do
2nd       do do
3rd        do do
3rd        do do
Teacher, North Cedar School.
12 moi
12
12
do
do
do
South Cedar School ...
Oyster School .  ..
do
Departure Bav School .
do
Mountain School
do
do
Northfield School
do
do
do
Southfleld School
Nanoose School      ..   .
do
Parksville School
North Oyster School ..
'do
South Gabriola School..
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Monitor
do
Teacher.
Assistant
Monitor,
do
Teacher
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Grant for incidental expenses, Wellington School,
do
do
do
do
dido
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
North Cedar do
South Cedar do
Oyster do
Departure Bay do
Mountain
Northfield
Southfleld
Nanoose
Parksville
North Oyster   do
South Gabriola do
do
do
do
do
do
4
6
12
6
12
1
12
1
11
9
3
6
3
8
2
3
4
2
2
3
9
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
1-2
12
13
12
12
ths @ §85
60
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
21 d.
10 „
50
Id. 50
50
60
00
40
40
i d. 60
50
id. 40
40
60
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
23 d.
20 ,,
23 ii
Vote No. 84.—Alberni District.
Teacher, Alberni School  12 months @ S50
Monitor, (Beaver Ck.)  do           9       ,,   24 d.   40
Grant for incidental expenses, Alberni School,        12        i, 	
Vote No. 8&—Comox District.
Teacher, North Comox School  12
do        South Comox    do   5
do                  do             do     1
do                do            do   6
do        Denman Island School  1
do                  do                      10
do        Courtenay School     1
do                  do                      10
do        Puntledge School      11
do        Union Mines School  12
Monitor,           do  7
Teacher, Hornby School          3
Grant for incidental expenses, North Comox Sch., 12
do                    do           South Comox  do 12
do                     do             Denman Island do 12
do                     do            Courtenay        do 12
do                     do             Puntledge        do 12
do                     do            Union Mines    do 12
do                    do           Hornby           do (portio
@ 860
55
65
55
50
50
60
. d. 50
50
69
40
i (1.    50
CarHed forward.
712 87
1,020 00
720 00
600 00
33 34
100 00
50 00
33 87
216 13
300 00
600 00
300 00
287 09
600 00
50 00
720 00
40 00
440 00
550 00
150 00
246 67
120 00
400 00
137 10
184 48
237 10
100 00
100 00
150 00
450 00
200 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 0C
80 00
SO OC
40 OO
40 0C
40 0C
40 0C
40 00
600 00
390 96
60 00
720 00
275 00
55 00
330 00
50 00
500 00
60 00
517 75
550 0C
720 0C
280 0C
182 32
40 00
40 0C
40 0C
40 00
40 0C
80 00
20 00
9,715 78
4,529 97
76,447 92 56 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
55
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
$  cts.
$  cts.
$   cts.
712 87
1 50
5 13
76,447 92
H M Stramberg, B A	
VIII.-EDUCATION.-CWf .•»««/.
Vote No. SO New Westminster City District.
Principal,          High School  12 months (a) $110
do                         do                 7        ii 15 d.   100
1,320 00
750 00
1,200 00
900 00
60 00
660 00
600 00
330 00
960 00
780 00
060 00
600 00
300 00
720 00
520 00
840 00
550 00
40 00
1 50
W C Coatham	
R G Gordon	
J F Miller	
do                 Boys'School   12        ,,             100
1st Assistant,            do             12       n              75
2nd      do                  do                1       n              60
T E Morrison	
MDockrill	
R J Hall	
2nd      do                  do             11       ,,              60
3rd       do                  do              12       „              50
E Rogers	
L M R Walker  	
Principal,         Girls' School     12       ,i              SO
1st Assistant,            do             12       ,i              65
2nd      do                  do             12       n              55
3rd        do                   do               12        n               50
4th       do                   do                     (i       ,,               50
B Millard	
NDockrill	
A C McDonald	
Teacher,           Westside School  12       ,,              60
Monitor,                     do              8 months @ $40;    4        n               50
Principal,         Sapperton School  12       u              70
Assistant,                  do               11       ,,              50
N Strople	
J F Miller	
Vote No. 87.— Vancouver City District.
11,791 50
R Law, B A	
110 00
1,210 00
1,038 70
100 00
1,100 00
80 00
880 00
75 00
375 00
450 00
840 00
780 00
60 00
660 00
55 00
605 00
550 00
000 00
600 00
80 00
880 00
900 00
840 00
780 00
60 00
660 00
605 00
300 00
1,080 00
70 00
350 00
420 00
60 00
660 00
600 00
360 00
510 00
510 00
390 00
390 00
300 00
300 00
330 00
5 13
J H Secord, B A	
do                      do            11      ,,           110
Assistant,                  do             10       n 12 d.   100
F M Cowperthwaite, B A
Do.                  	
do                       do                    11       i,            100
G H Tom	
1st       do                  do             11       ,,              80
2nd      do                  do                5       ii              76
K McDougall	
I M Rutherford...
2nd       do                   do                         6       ii               76
3rd       do                  do                                                12       n              70
4th       do                  do             12       ii              65
5th        do                   do                   1        ii               60
M M Harding-	
5th       do                   do                                                    11        ii               60
M B Johnstone	
MM Harding	
6th        do                   do                 1        ,i               55
6th       do                   do               11        ii               55
7th       do                   do               11        ,i               50
Principal,         East School     6       n            100
R Sparling	
do                       do                      6       ii            100
J McMillan	
J Dougan 	
C A Barnes	
B Johnston	
M G McKay	
1st        do                  do             11       ,,              80
2nd      do                  do             12       i,              75
3rd       do                   do               12       ,i               70
4th       do                  do             12       ,i              65
5th       do                   do                   1        ,,               60
M L Fletcher	
M G McKay	
5th       do                   do               11        ,,               60
6th       do                   do                                   11        n               55
7th       do                   do                                                 .6        ii               50
T A McGarrigle, B A....
W L Harding-	
Vice-Principal, West School   12       m              90
1st       do                  do                                                  5       ii              70
1st        do                  do                  6       ii              70
FECox	
2nd      do                  do                          .1       i,              60
2nd       do                   do               11        „               60
3rd       do                  do             12       n              50
4th       do                   do                 6        ii               60
L M Ferguson	
M M Chambers, B A ....
do                         do                 6       ii               85
Do.             	
1st        do                   do                 6        ii               65
2nd      do                  do                                       6       n              50
TS Baxter	
2nd       do                   do                                                      6       ii               50
3rd       do                  do                                             .6       ii              55
T Dunn & Co	
Vote No. 88,—Neiv Westminster District.
Teacher, Moodyville School,  12 months @ $55
do        Clover Valley School  12       n              50
do        Mud Bay School        12       m              50
do        Burton's Prairie School     8       u              50
do                       do                           4       n              50
21,608 83
T E Knapp 	
W McDonagh	
TLeith	
660 00
600 00
600 00
.   400 00
200 00
719 50
2,460 00
109,848 25 56                  Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$  cts.
$  cts.
719 50
2,460 00
840 00
600 00
000 00
330 00
350 00
900 00
120 00
320 00
40 00
55 00
005 00
660 00
50 00
550 00
840 00
50 00
550 00
600 00
600 00
50 00
400 00
150 00
55 00
550 00
56 00
600 00
600 00
188 39
160 00
250 00
40 32
167 76
50 00
135 48
300 00
129 03
50 00
511 30
600 00
550 00
060 00
50 00
116 13
500 00
300 00
261 29
550 00
50 00
150 00
350 00
550 00
600 00
600 00
550 00
150 00
600 00
550 00
300 00
600 00
50 00
550 00
250 00
300 00
272 58
350 00
500 00
550 00
427 42
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
00 00
40 00
109,848 25
VIII— EDUCATION.— Continued.
Vote No. 88.—New Westminster District.—Continued.
Teacher, Maple ltidge School  12 montns (a $70
do        Langley School           12              ,,       50
E J Campbell  	
K J Hall 	
W M Wood	
FG Walker	
do                    do                       1       ii              40
do        Cheam School            12       n              55
W T Kinney	
do                    do                    11       i,              50
do        Stave River School     1       n              50
do                   do                    11       ,,              60
do         Mt. Lehman School   12        n               50
do        York School                 12       ,,              50
do        Canoe Pass School       1       ,,              50
A G Waller	
.1 R McLeod	
D J. Welsh
do                   do                       3       ,,              50
J J Miller.               	
do        Port Moody School     1       i.              55
do                   do                    11       i,              55
C McLellan	
do        Hall's Prairie School   12       „              50
do        St. Mary's Mission School 12       .t              50
J Gilles	
A McNutt	
D J Welsh	
F Canfleld	
do                    do                       4       ii              40
Teacher, East Langlev School     5       ■,              50
do                   do                           3       „   lid.   50
do        Bonndarv Bay School     1       ,,              50
J H Kerr, B A	
R McDougall	
J H Kerr	
do        North Arm School     6      n             50
do                     do                           2        ii    18 d.   50
Martha McDowell	
do        Aldergrove School        1       ,,              50
do        Kensington School     12       u              50
do         English School            11        ,,               50
E .1 Buck	
S M Tretheway	
do                   do                       2       ,,   10 d.   60
E Lister 	
W A Graham	
do         Otter School                  0       n               50
do        Howe Sound School      11       ,,              50
M R Dallas	
L M Calhoun	
S Campbell	
do                    do                       3       i,              50
do        Clayton School          11       ,,              50
do        Rosedale School  12       ,,              50
do        East Chilliwhack School  12       M              50
do        Serpentine School   11       M              50
M G Thomson	
W J Wallace	
D J Welsh	
do        Glenwood School      12       „              50
do        Port Kells School      11      ,,             50
M E Speirs	
E Coghlan	
E E Robinson	
do        Sea Island School      12       ,,              50
A Way	
M Wintemute	
M F Halliday	
do                   do                    11       „              50
do                   do                       0       M              50
M S Miller	
B Dixon	
M McDowell	
C Shortreed	
A N CKing	
do        Surrey Centre            11       ,,              50
do        South Aldergrove School     8       n   17 d.   50
Grant for incidental expenses, Moodyville  School 12       ,,         	
do                     do            Clover Valley   do   12       ,,         	
do                     do            Mud Bay           do   12       ,,         	
do                     do            Burton's Prairiedo   12       i,	
do                     do            Maple Ridge     do   12       n         	
do                     do            Langley             do   12       n         	
do                     do            Prairie               do   12       ,,         ....
do                     do            Sumas                do   12       h         ....
do                     do            Centreville        do   12       ,,
do                    do           Chilliwhack      do   12      „        	
B Burton	
J McKenney	
J M Drummond	
D McGillivray	
HWebb	
719 60
27,849 69
109,848 25 56 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30tti June, 1892.
57
TO WHOM  PAID.
FOR WHAT SKIiVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
719 50
28,849 69
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
25 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
20 00
40 00
40 00
22 51
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
109,848 25
C W Gillanders	
C J Robinson	
VIII—EDUCATION'.—<'»»**» '«'<'.
Vote No. 88,—New   Westminster 1>isfriet.—C
Grant for incidental expenses, Cheam          School 12  mo
do                       do            Lulu                    do    12        ,
do                       do             Trenant              do    12        ■
do                     do            Stove River      do   12       i
do                       do             Mt. Lehman      do    12        ■
do                       do             York                   do    12        (
do                    do           Canoe Pass       do   12      ,
do                     do            Port Moody       do   12       .
do                     do            St. Mary's Miss, do   32
do                       do             East Lang-ley    do    12
do                       do             North Ann        do    12
do                       do             Aldergrove        do    12
do                       do             Kensington        do    12
do                     do            English    .         do   12
do                     do            Haney                do   12
do                     do            llatzic                do   12
do                     do            Bigger Prairie  do   12
do                       do             Otter                   do    12
do                     do            Howe Sound     do   12
do                     du            Nicomin            do   12
do                       do             Clayton               do    12
do                     do            llosedale            do   12
do                     do            E. Chilliwhack do   12
do                     do            Serpentine        do   12
do                     do            Anniedale         do   12
do                     do            Glenwood          do   12
do                     do            Port Kells         do   12
do                       do             Abbotsford        do   12
do                     do            Sea Island         do   12
do                     do            Belmont            do   12
do                     do            Agussiz              do   12
do                       do             Brownsville       do    12
do                     do            Dunach             do   12
do                       do             Junction             do    12
do                       do             Surrey Centre   do    12
do                     do            S. Aldergrove   do    12
Vote No. 89.—Vale District.
oncluded.
iths   	
nth (<i $50
,              50
,              50
,              till
I                60
,               00
i               60
i               00
i               60
,               (1(1
26 d.    60
i               60
i               60
,               00
i               60
,               60
85
,               60
,               40
,   25 d.    60
i               60
,           .   60
i               60
,             60
,             00
,               60
,    3 d.     50
,               00
,               60
W Oliver	
E W King	
A Bo-lev     	
N Butchard	
J K Wren	
W J Davey	
C A Carncross	
A Blair	
\V H Ansell	
L Thompson	
J Cawker	
B Livingston	
G W Gibson	
G Lux	
It Wiltshire	
W A Baylev    ..
L W Davis	
G L Boyd	
W McAdam 	
\V Blair	
W F Stewart	
(I W Beebe	
J Douglas	
W Towlan	
.1 T Scott	
J Churchland	
J B Macnamara	
29,237 20
60 00
250 00
300 00
720 00
60 00
660 00
60 00
660 00
720 00
540 00
52 00
720 00
60 00
660 00
60 00
660 00
1,020 00
720 00
440 00
170 00
720 00
720 00
60 00
660 00
60 00
660 00
555 00
720 00
660 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
21 25
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
do        Yale School                12
M Pickard	
do                  do                      11
do        Nicola Valley School     1
do                       do                11
do        Okanagan School      12
do        Shuswap Prairie School  12
do         N. Thompson School       1
do                     do                  11
E S Wood	
do                  do                      11
Assistant,              do                  12
.1 M H Pope	
D E Mathews	
S 0 King-	
do        Ashcroft School         12
do                       do                 11
R H Carscadden	
J E Norcross	
T Clyde	
do                  do                   11
do       Spence's Bridge School  11
do        Salmon Ann School  12
Grant for incidental expenses, Hope            School 12
do                    do           Yale               • do   12
do                     do            Lytton               do   12
do                     do            Nicola Valley    do   12
do                     do            Okanagan          do   12
do                    do           Vernon             do   12
do                     do            Shuswap Pra'ie do   12
do                     do            N. Thompson   do   12
J Wardle	
W Dodd	
J T Ed wards	
719 50
13,698 25
139,085 45 S8
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 80th June, 1892.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
T Carrington ..
J Vair	
C Brewer	
J J McKay
R Bowell	
R M Clemitson
W P VVinsby.. .
A J Palmer
E J Offerhaus.
L J Irvine..
G Hallidav .
S J Rath ..
H J Bourne
EC Arthur.
W A Blair	
M F Halliday. .
I M Carmichael
M Lucas	
F E Hobbs ....
J Gibson 	
A J Colbeck
A S Bailey..
J Dickey ...
G Sansom ..
W H Phelps	
A Bowron    ....
J A Fraser	
D Jones   	
Cariboo Masonic Lodge..
J Stone	
W Robertson	
F Rose	
Bank of B C	
Postmaster, Victoria   .
Do        Kamloops .
Do        Nicola Lake
Dominion Express Co
Victoria Transfer Co .
Hon J Robson	
Do 	
Do 	
K M Lizars, Priv Sec
Hon J H Turner ....
Hon F G Vernon	
Do
Hon T Davie, QC...
Brought forward	
VIII.-EDUCATION.-C'o«c?«f/erf.
Vote No. 89.— Yale District—Concluded.
Grant for incidental expenses, Nicola School 12 months
do do Kamloops do 12 u
do do Coldstream do 12 ti
do do Ashcroft do 12 n
do do Round Prairie do 12 n
do do Grand Prairie do 12 n
do do Enderby do 12 ■ •
do do Salmon Arm do 12 n
do do Lansdowne do 12 m
Vote No. 90.—West Kootenay District.
readier, Revelstoke School        1 month <ft ^60
do                       do                     ■    11        M 60
do        Nelson School               9       „ qq
Grant for incidental expenses, Revelstoke   School 12       n 	
do do Nelson do    12        u 	
Vote No. 91'.— JSasf^Kootenay District.
Teacher, Donald School   12 months @ §60
do        Golden School      1       M 60
do do      8       m 00
do do        2       n 60
Grant for incidental expenses, Donald School  12       m 	
do do Golden    do      12       n 	
Vote No. 9?.—lillooet District.
Teacher, Lillooet School        	
do        Clinton School 	
Grant for incidental expenses, Lillooet School.
do do Clinton     do
12 months @ S60
12       it 60
12        ,i 	
12        n 	
Vote No. 93.—Cariboo District.
Teacher, Barkerville School     12 mor.
do        Quesnelle School          1
do do   10
do        Williams Lake School  12
Rent of hall for Barkerville School  12
Grant for incidental expenses, Barkerville  School 12
do do Quesnelle do   12
do ilo Williams Lake do   12
ths @ SI 00
70
.   12 d.   70
70
10
IX.-TRANSPORT.
Vote No. 95.— Charges on Remittances.
Charges on remittances to and from Treasury	
do do do      	
do do do      	
do do do      	
do do do	
Conveying box of coin to Bank of British Columbia	
Vote No. 90.—Travelling Expenses of Officers on. Duty.
Travelling allowance to Mainland, sundry times, 11 days @5j?4; exp. $13
do London, re Crofter scheme,       34 days @ $10
Passage, fares, & expenses of self & Secretary to London, return of Sec,
Expenses in London after Hon. J. Robson's death	
Travelling allowance to London, re Loan, 90 d. @ $10; fares,&c., £539.50
do Mainland, sundry times,   5   n 4 M 73
do do do 10    ii 5    ■
do do do 13   n 4 ,, 11
Carried forward.
13,698 25
7 00
120 00
20 OC
40 00
40 00
40 0C
40 00
40 00
40 00
00 B0
060 00
540 00
40 00
411 00
720 00
60 00
480 00
120 00
40 00
40 00
720 00
720 00
40 00
40 00
1,200 00
70 00
727 10
840 00
120 00
100 00
40 00
40 00
719 50
199 00
3 41
90
4 00
50
1 00
57 00
340 00
895 45
41 50
1,439 50
93 00
50 0C
63 00
2,979 45
139,085 45
14,085 25
3,137 10
160,627 56 Vict.        Public Accounts,  1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892,
59
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHA'l SERVICE
Arrears.
$   cts.
8   cts.
$   cts.
719 50
2,979''45
102 00
11 50
35 00
141 80
102 00
160 80
26 00
53 85
187 20
74 50
362 10
58 00
5 50
43 26
12 00
20 25
116 50
6 15
120 00
95 26
1 00
1 00
2 90
12 10
48 50
5 00
16 25
18 50
12 50
23 50
1 75
47 65
6 00
3 50
4 00
5 00
1 00
20 00
4 75
12 00
5 00
7 00
■2 00
1 40
1 50
21 50
2 75
2 25
5 75
6 00
6 00
7 00
4 60
4 00
17 50
6 00
23 40
13 18
38 50
15 00
44 45
38 50
3 75
344 50
27 45
110 00
4 00
19 72
15 20
46 00
153 72
66 75
31 00
2 50
5 00
8 00
22 50
208 81
H A Barton, DAG	
Do               do    ....
A G Smith, Acting do...
J McB Smith, Aud'r-Gen
Do                    do
W S Gore, Dep Com L & W
Mr Justice Crease	
B Evans	
Do      	
IX— TRANSPORT—<'««»« "«'.
Vote No. HO.—Travelling I']jt'jienses~of Officers on  Duty.—
Continued.
Travel, allow ,    Vernon Assizes,                7 d. @ $5; fares, &c.,$67
do          New Westminster Assize, 2   ,,        4         M           6.50
do                do                do          7   h        4         i,           7
do           inspecting- Offices,            14    ,.         5         ,i           66.80
do                do   Vernon Office,     9   ,■        5         ,,          57
do           .Mainland,                            13    „         5          ,,           95.80
VV N Bole, S M	
W H Falding	
do                to New West. Laml.Reg'isti-y Office/re transfer...
N Fitzstubbs, G C & S M.
H 0 Wellburn, G A ....
Victoria Transfer Co ....
do           Deputy Attorney-General to Government House	
VV Brown	
CPR	
C&KR	
Sundry fares,            N. Fitzstubbs, G. 0. & S. M , WesHKootenay
do                                       do                                              do
do           and meals,        do                                              do
H J Edson	
Merchants Hotel	
WC Phillips.,	
Penfer Hotel	
NPRR	
Str City of Kingston
do                                    do          en route to Victoria	
Fare and meals.                    do     Spokane to Vict. k. Tacoma to Spokane
Pacific Hotel	
Brown & Evans	
A Diek	
J Evanson	
Fares.                                    do   & foreman, Lemon Ck. to Carpenter Ck.
Fare,                                      do                     do       to Slocan 	
C&KR	
P J Gallagher	
W S Murray	
C Brown	
J L Smith	
A Aylwin	
Oriental Hotel	
C P N Co	
Fare and meals,                    do                     do   to Vancouver and return
do                         T. J. Lendrum, Recorder, Ainsworth to Nelson n
do                                   do                                    do              do
Str Nelson	
Marks & VanNess	
Sundry fares & meals, A. P. Cummins, G. C. & S. M., East Kootenay ..
Provisions for                       do              inspecting trails    '....
Meals, bed, & horse feed,    do               and packer, Fort Steele .
Packer,                                 do               to                     do
CPR	
H G Low	
M Brown rigg	
H L Cummins   	
Packer and hire of horses, do                                        do
Geary & Stoddart	
J Harris	
Meals, bed, & horse feed,   do                Windermere, do
J McKay	
M B Lang 	
Durick & Warren	
Pack-saddle, rope, etc.,      do                         do
J C Greene ..   	
Calbreath, Grant & Cook.
Hudson Bay Co ..  .
R Highland	
Fare, provisions, meals, bed, horse hire, J. Porter, G. C. &S M., Cassiar
Meals and tools, .1. Porter, G. 0. & S. M., McDame Creek and Sylvester's
J A Pritchett	
II Thibert	
Repairing- boat,                  do                  McDame Creek	
Meals,                                  do                                do         ...    .
Conveying                          do                  to          do         and return
Carried forward	
T Buckley	
719 50
6,096 17
208 81 60                 Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
S  cts.
S   cts.
S  cts.
M S Richards	
J LaMontagne	
Indians Binnie& Harry .
CPR	
719 50
3 Oil
6,096 17
10 77
1 50
35 00
18 00
1 00
3 29
5 50
4 00
16 50
4 00
21 50
1 60
8 50
16 50
3 00
63 25
10 00
72 00
7 50
33 00
28 75
60 00
2 00
5 00
50
1 40
1 00
8 00
2 00
10 50
9 00
4 00
5 00
3 00
6 00
2 00
24 00
7 00
2 25
■2 50
20 00
75 00
16 00
22 60
1 50
208 81
6,751 38
198 36
IX.-TRANSPORT.— Concluded.
Vote No. 90. —Travelling Kxpenses of Officers on  Duty.—
Concluded.
Provisions,     J. Porter, G. C. & S. M., Telegraph Creek .          	
Packing for                        do       Dease Ck. to Telegraph Ck. and return
Fare and berth, G. C. Tunstall, G. C, between Yale and Kamloops....
Charges on baggag-e,         do                  Revelstoke to Kamloops	
.   T Hornby	
Victoria Hotel	
C&KR	
C& K S N Co	
.1 Boyd	
Fare,                                   do                  Nelson to Robson and return ...
Meals and bed, G. Cowan, Registrar County Court, Cottonwood.....
P C Dunlevy 	
Vieth & Borland	
W Ellis	
B C Express Co	
PC Dunlevy	
Str Thistle	
Fares,                                 do                  to 150-Mile House and Stanley...
Meals, bed, and horse feed, Con. Allen, attending County Ct., Soda Ck.
Fare, meals & berth, A. Dick, Inspector Mines, to Comox, sundry times
Meals and bed,                  do                                  Union,                  do
Fares,                                 do                                  Wellington,         do
Buggy hire,                       do   & J. V. Planta, S. M.,   do                do
do                                do                                           do                do
E&NR 	
Thompson & Scoville ...
O'Brien & Dunlop	
Thompson & Scoville	
Indian Jackson	
CPR	
Fare,                     do                       Yale to Hope and return	
Meals, bed, and horse feed, Officer Lambly, inspecting construction of
CAR Lambly ...:	
Str Isabel	
E&NR	
Oriental Hotel	
Thompson & Scoville	
E&NR	
CPNCo	
R EBrett.          	
Hire of horse, Officer Lambly, inspecting construet'n of lock-up, Osoyoos
Fare, meals and berth, M. Bray, Govt. Agent, Comox County Court...
Meals and bed,                          do                                   do    	
Fare and meals, R. E. Brett, Official Stenographer, Vancouver and return
RB Punnett	
CPN Co	
Manor House	
E Thomas	
Fare, meals and berth, F. Evans, Official Stenog., Vancouver and return
Meals and bed,                             do                                do          	
Hauling baggage, W. S. Gore, Dep. Com. of Lands & Works, at Nelson
Fare,                                D. McHae, Timber Inspector, to West Bay Mills
Hire of steamer " Earl,"              do                              to Jervis Inlet, etc.
Hire of buggy, F. S. Roper, Inspector of Animals, at Sumas and Chilli-
D McGillivray	
W Chadsev	
R Bray	
W & V Tram Co	
W C Bryant	
F Norris 	
R Baker & Son	
Douglas Estate	
A M Beattie	
Do      	
J Davies	
J E McMillan	
Hire of buggy, F. S. Roper, Inspector of Animals, Victoria Dist., ih days
Fares, A. Shepherd, Assistant Govt. Agent., to Vancouver and return
Vote No. 97.—Keep of Horses.
26 00
21 00
151 36
Saddle, blanket, and brushes,                  do              do       	
X.-RENT.
Vote No. 98.— 6'ocernmetit House,   Victoria.
7,158 55
48 60
XI.-REVENUE SERVICES.
Vote No. !)!).— Commission, Courts of Appeal, Travelling
Expenses, &c.
( Commission.)
Commission on auction sale of lands, English Bay, §25,000 @ 5 per cent
1,900 45
207 50
1,295 90
126 00
117 53
74 41
Commission on auction sale of lands, Vancouver .... S4,150 (it 5 per cent
do                            do               Nelson, 825,000 «j 5%; Sl,835@ i\%
do              Collections, Victoria (marriage licenses). .@ 10 per cent
do                     do         Salt Spring Island 10       ,,
W M Robson
7-'2 50
3.721 79 56 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, LS92.
61
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$  cts.
M Bate  	
J CMollet	
G A Smith	
W J Armstrong
A E Beck	
S Creech	
J Stevenson 	
J Clapperton.......
G Kenney   	
G W Chadsey	
T Buckley 	
E S Topping-	
J C Rykert	
II J Sharp	
Genelle Bros 	
D McGillivray	
C P Ry Co	
W G Neilson......
McLean & Co	
WC Wells	
.1 Hartney	
BC Mills' Co	
Moodyville Mills Co
W & V Tram Co ...
W WSpinks.,
Do
Do
Do
E Harrison   ...
Do
C J Major	
.1 Murray	
S P Mills	
.1 P Planta	
S Aspland	
G A Huff	
W H Mawdsley
J Broadwell .
C McCutcheon,
E L Kirkland	
C P Ry 	
C PN Co	
Str Delaware	
Gilley Bros	
C P Ry	
CPN Co	
C Calbick	
J Fitzpatrick	
D Docksteader
Y Sherman	
Str Telephone
E Gerard	
Str Dunsmuir
Indian Joe	
E Sweet	
J Miller	
Colonial Hotel
Str Delaware	
T Scott	
W A Cumyou	
FFrites	
Str Eliza Edwards
D Smith	
W Mellis	
Brought for ward........
XI.-REYENUE SERVICES.—Continued.
Vote No. DO.
■ Commission, Courts of Appeal, Trarelliny
Expenses, &e,—Continued.
(Commission).—Concluded.
Commission on
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collections,
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Nanaimo  10 per cent,
Alberni  10
do       10
New West'r (marriage licences) 10
Vancouver, do 10
Comox, do 10
Richfield  15
Nicola  15
Omineca  15
Sumas (marriage licences) .... 15
McDame Creek      25
Trail Creek  12i
Goat River  12|
mill employees, E. Kootenay..    5"
railway employees     5
'do        5
do      5
do      5
do      5
do      5
do      5
employees      5
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do      5
(Courts of Appeal.)
Services as Judge, Court of Revision, Nicola ..    8 days, 880; exp. $29
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Witness fee,
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Okanagan ..
Kamloops   ...
Granite Creek.
Comox	
Vancouver....
New West'r ..
Hope, Yale, &c
5
190;
10;
60;
20;
40;
50;
50;
71.75
15
Victoria, Esquimalt and Coast, 7 d., $70
Nanaimo .
Cowiehan ...
Alberni	
Mayne Island.
Salt Spring I'd
Nanaimo	
2 davs, 820;
1     i,     10;
2i ,, 25;
l" ii 5;
1     n       5;
exp. S4.C
,i      1
(Travelling Expenses.)
Sundry fares and expenses,
do do
Fares and meals,
do
Hire of conveyances,
Sundry fares,
do       and meals,
Horse hire,
Meals and bed,
do
do
Sundry fares,
do       and horse hire,
do
Canoeing-
Meals and bed,
Stage fares,
Meals and bed,
Fares,
Meals,
Interpreting- for
Meals,
Sundry fares and meals,
Meals and beds,
Stage fares,
Collector Kirkland, New Westminster Dist.
do do
do do
do Oo
do do
Collector Fagan, do
do do
do do
do Huntingdon	
do Port Haney	
do Ladner's	
do New Westminster Dist,
do do
do Fraser River	
do to Munn's	
do Sea Island 	
do to Vancouver	
do New Westminster	
do Fraser River 	
do Port Moody	
do Fraser River	
do Steveston	
do Fraser River	
do Sea Island	
do to Vancouver	
Carried forward.,	
722 50
771 35
3,721 79
1,347 77
53 79
87 84
54 50
77 00
4 50
664 68
1,169 81
49 12
9 00
80 62
170 40
69 27
8 25
1 20
2 40
152 55
20 85
7 36
6 00
9 00
6 30
18 90
5 55
109 00
281 75
10 00
81 00
20 00
40 00
50 00
65 00
70 00
20 00
14 60
25 00
6 00
5 00
2 50
334 70
11 20
15 75
2 00
7 00
69 70
3 00
5 50
2 60
2 00
17 50
6 00
6 00
6 00
3 00
2 00
1 00
200 50
1 00
1 50
73 60
1 00
3 75
1 00
1 00
778 10
7,798 44
T99 85 62
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
S  cts.!
8   cts.
roaght forward.
771 35
XL-REVENUE SERVIOES.-CoHtfiHjerf.
Vote. No. lllK—Commission., Courts of Appeal, Travelling
Expenses, &c.~~Continued.
(Travelling Expenses).—Continued.
K Sweet	
Ah Hing	
Loudon Bros	
T McNeely	
J Foley	
J P Bowditch	
McPhillips & Williams
Westr & Vane Tram Co
J Punch	
D ESturdevant	
H Windebank	
Brown Bros	
N Probert	
M H Beebe	
H Stalker	
T Halcock jFare,
C P Ry	
C P NCo	
Str Delaware	
E A Morrissy	
M Harrison	
EGreyell	
W H Baylv	
C Ford .'..'	
J Maynard	
M Fadden 	
W Blair	
J R McGregor	
D W Sutherland ...
R Shortreed	
G Towle	
J K Nelson	
J E Murchison.. ..
Str Fairy Queen ...
F E Latta	
WC Jones	
E Burger	
W F Smith	
J H Starr 	
Stainton & Shay ...
T McNeely ..."	
Str Dunsmuir ....
J M Dale	
D Docksteader	
G Smith	
NCarmichael.  ..   .
H Windebank	
Str Gladys	
D McRae	
J Barker	
T Paton	
J Mclnnes	
S J Youmans	
W Minton	
Brown Bros	
G Cosins	
C P Ry	
Kootenay House...
A E Moliison	
G Sutherland 	
CPRy	
A B Ferguson	
H Burchell	
A Hogg	
C T Cooney	
TCostley	
W Seely	
W Smith	
Craven & Elwell ...
Pearse Bros	
Homfray Bros	
C S Robbins	
J Woodland	
T Bulman	
R Hall	
J M Pearson	
A Merrall .........
Meals, bed, and keep of horse, Collector Fagan,
Witness fee,
Meals, freight, and keep of horse
do
do    and horse hire,
do    and horse feed,
Costs,
Fares,
Keep of horse,
Meals and bed,
do
do and stage fare,
and horse hire
and fare,
Sundry fares,
do       and meals,
do do
Meals, bed, and horse feed,
do
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Fare,
Meals and bed,
Meal and horse feed,
Meals and bed,
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do
Shoeing horse,
Meals, bed, and horse feed,
Fare,
Meals and bed,
do
do
do
do
Fare and meals,
Meals and bed,
do
do
Ferrying
Meals and bed,
do
Stage fare and meals,
Hire of horse, 72 days,
Sundry fares,
Meals and bed,
do
do
Sundry fares,
Meals and bed,
do
do
da
Horse hire,
Meals, bed, and horse feed,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
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do
do
do
do
do
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Collector Cosins,
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Collector Redgrave,
do
do
do
Collector Pearse,
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Lulu Island	
V. Todd, Lulu Island
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Ladner's	
Lulu Island	
do 	
u. Wing Kee, Vancouver
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do
do
do
do
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do
do
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do
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do
do
Brownsville	
Huntingdon	
Mission	
Harrison Hot Springs..
Agassiz	
do      	
to Moodyville	
do 	
New Westminster Dist
do
Fraser River	
Riverside	
Chilliwhack	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Upper Somas	
do 	
Mt. Lehman 	
do 	
Aldergrove	
Langlev	
do      	
do      	
Fraser River	
Port Kells	
Surrey	
Blaine	
Surrey Centre	
Surrey	
Ladner's   	
do 	
Fraser River 	
Port Hammond	
Haney	
Whonnock	
do        	
Mission	
Fraser River	
Agassiz	
Johnson's Landing ...
Nicomin Island	
do 	
do 	
Harrison	
Agassiz	
New Westminster Dist,
East Kootenay	
Golden	
Field	
Golden	
Kamloops District	
Savona	
Cherry Creek	
Hogg's Section	
Tranquille	
Kamloops	
Duck's	
Grand Prairie	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Robbins'	
Campbell's	
Stump Lake 	
Campbell's Creek	
Salmon Arm	
do 	
Carried forward.
771 36
2 75
1 60
4 50
60
51 25
75
27 50
18 25
39 75
2 50
4 00
6 37
8 50
2 00
1 00
50
4 35
5 00
12 25
5 00
29 23
1 50
2 00
1 75
75
1 75
1 75
1 75
1 60
1 25
6 75
5 50
5 25
1 00
75
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3 50
1 50
75
2 00
15 76
50
4 75
1 76
1 00
1 00
4 50
3 50
6 00
1 00
50
50
75
1 75
1 50
72 00
26 85
8 00
6 75
5 50
20 60
2 50
1 00
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4 00
22 00
1 00
60
1 00
1 50
2 00
1 60
50
2 00
50
60
2 00
8,598 29
1,274 62
8,698 29 56 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
63
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$  cts.
S   cts.
Genelle Bros	
XL-REVENUE SERVICES.-Continued.
Vote No. 99.—Commission,"Courts of Appeal, Travelling
Expenses, &e.—Continued.
(Travelling .ExpensesJ.—Continued.
Meals, bed, and horse feed,    Collector Pearse, Tappen Siding 	
do                                     do              Notch Hill	
771 35
1,274 52
2 50
50
I to
1 50
4 00
1 00
3 00
3 00
41 50
2 00
1 50
4 50
1 00
3 50
21 50
24 00
46 00
21 00
17 50
24 00
7 40
12 75
2 50
15 50
28 50
2 50
2 50
2 50
7 00
3 50
66 00
7 80
2 00
2 00
50
1 50
8 00
75
4 50
3 00
10 00
7 60
9 00
1 50
8 00
5 00
3 60
3 00
2 50
IS 00
6 25
2 60
5 00
II 60
10 00
10 00
2 00
8 75
3 00
5 00
14 75
4 00
9 25
15 00
29 10
3 00
50
3 50
23 50
8,598 29
C Hampton	
E Forester	
CPRy	
do                                     do                     do        	
Fares,                                       Collector Scoley,   West Kootenay	
Bremner & Watson	
H McLeod	
GT Kane	
do                                                do              Half-Waj" House.   	
Fare and meals,                                    do              to Kaslo and return ...
do                                     do              Keithly Creek	
Vieth & Borland	
Do               	
S A Rogers	
J L Metz	
Assisting                                               do              Forks Quesnelle	
Expenses assisting                               do                          do             	
J Stevenson 	
J Boyd	
do                                     do              Australian Ranch	
Downes & Co	
PC Dunlevy	
do                                     do              Chimney Creek	
do                                     do              Lansdowne Farm	
A Isnardy	
H Moffatt	
Shoeing horse,                                      do              150-Mile House	
C P Ry    	
Thompson & Scoville	
Meal,'                                       Collector Kirkup, Glacier	
Hire of horse,                                       do                     do        and Osoyoos
CAR Lambly	
R G Sidley	
Meals, bed, and horse feed,                 do              Osoyoos	
da                                        do               OkanaganECamp	
Hire of horse,                                       do              Grand Pr'ie & Kettle R.
D McEachren	
M MeCuaig	
R R Gilpin	
W H Covert	
L Ehalt   	
do                     Collector Monteith,r!Enderby	
Lequime Bros	
do                                     do              Okanagan Mission
Gallagher & Stevenson ..
Wright & Lawrence	
do      team,                                        do              along S. & 0. Railway..
Geary & Stoddart	
Meals, bed, and horse feed,                 do              Windermei'e 	
C J Brownrigg	
HEller	
CP Ry	
Sundry fares,                             Collector Burr,    Ashcroft^and Lytton...
C Haddock	
Assisting                                               do              Yale roll	
S Shepherd	
12 00
2 60
1 00
1 50
1 50
771 35
1     1,933 32
8,598 39 64
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$   cts.
Indian Charlie	
J Webb	
Indian Luke	
Do   Cheemela...
N Yerex	
R Probert	
Indian Sam	
Do   Charlie	
Do   Jim 	
L Howson	
G Chapman	
R Clark	
Driard Hotel	
Dominion House ..
R Gulliford	
L Duval	
J Henderson	
R Gleed	
CBall	
J Phair	
H Cogan 	
J Camp	
E Conway 	
R Muir	
C Booth	
W Mable	
J D Campbell 	
T Wood	
S Davis	
S Peeke	
R Carson	
J Haller	
P Grinder	
W Grinder	
J S Place	
W Morrison	
Vieth & Borland ...
A J McKinlay	
D D Cullen	
J Mundorf	
G Forbes	
W Boyd 	
W L Meason	
H O Bowe 	
J McLeod 	
Marshall & Smith..
C Phair	
C F Kostering	
D McDonald	
J Gallagher	
W H Keatley	
A Kelly	
T Bishop	
Vieth & Borland ...
Do
R McLeese	
A D Mclnnes	
H Moffatt 	
J McLean	
J Boyd	
W Ellis	
J Bibby	
F H Beecher	
S&O Ry	
J Thompson	
Lake View Hotel...
Enderby Hotel	
Lambly Bros	
H W Wright	
F Barnes	
H O Wellburn	
CC Fisher	
Str Princess Louise
Str B Boscowitz	
Brought for ward	
XL-REVENUE SERVICES .-Continued.
Vote No. 99.—Comrnissiou, Courts of Appeal, Travelling
Expenses, &c. —Continued.
(Travelling Expenses).—Continued.
Canoe and crew, Collector Burr, Fraser River	
Meals and bed, do North Bend   	
Ferrying do Lytton	
Canoe hire, do North Bend	
Meals and bed, do Ohamon	
do do Agassiz	
Canoe hire, do Maria Slough	
do          and crew, do between Yale & Agassiz
Ferrying do           ' Spuzzum	
Meals and bed, do do     	
Horse hire, do Boston Bar	
Stage fare for Collector Hunter to Kamloops, & return
Meals and bed, do Nicola	
do do Kamloops 	
do do Otter Valley	
Meals, bed, and horse feed, Colls. Booth k Jenkinson, Lake   	
do                     do do South Saanich	
do do Metchosin	
do do do      	
do do Goldstream	
do do Sooke	
do do South Saanich	
do do Craigflower	
do do Sooke	
Hire of horse and buggy, do assessing   	
Repairing buggy, do do      	
Boat hire, Collector Campbell, Esquimalt Harbour..
Hire of ti'ap, Collector Anderson, Comox	
Meals, do Union Mines	
Boat hire, do Demnan Island	
Meals, bed, and horse feed, Collector Phair, Pavilion	
do                  do do Big Bar	
do                  do do do      	
Assisting do do      	
Meals, bed and horse feed, do Dog Creek	
do                   do do 134-Mile House	
do                  do do 150      do           	
do                  do do 115      do           	
do                  do do 83      do           	
do                   do do Bonaparte	
do                  do do Bridge Creek	
do                  do do 70-Mile House.   	
do                  do do Lesser Dog Creek	
do                  do do Alkali Lake	
do                  do do Hat Creek	
do                  do do Clinton	
Hire of horse, do Lillooet District	
Horse feed, do Big Bar Creek	
Meals, bed, and ferriage, do High Bar	
Assisting do do       	
Meals, bed, and horse feed, do 15-Mile House    .
Hire of horses, J. Bowron & Collector Stevenson, Forks of Quesnelle
Meals and bed,         do do do
do horse feed,   do do Kiethley Creek	
Meals, bed, etc., J. Bowron, holding 0. of Appeal, 150-Mile House...
do                    do do Soda Creek	
do                     do do Alexandria	
do                     do do do         	
do                    de do Quesnelle  	
do                     do do Cottonwood	
do                     do do Stanley 	
Hire of conveyance, do do Cariboo District	
Expenses, Collector Beecher, Chilcotin District ...
Sundry fares, Collector Norris, Okanagan District.   .
Keep of horse, do Spallumcheen  	
Meals and bed, do Sicamous	
do do Enderby	
do           and horse feed, do Spallumcheen	
do                    do do Enderby	
Hire of buggy, do Vernon   	
Expenses, Collector Wellburn, Victoria 	
do Collector Fisher, Vancouver	
Sundry fares, Collector Flewin, Skeena District	
do do do            	
Carried fonoard	
771 35
771 35
IS 00
4 75
1 00
1 00
50
5 00
2 50
16 00
50
2 25
3 00
10 00
2 00
2 60
10 00
4 50
4 00
1 50
4 00
1 50
3 00
1 50
1 50
4 00
86 00
5 00
2 00
5 00
1 50
12 00
7 50
7 50
7 50
1 00
5 50
5 00
3 00
3 00
1 00
■2 60
2 50
2 50
1 00
2 50
2 60
10 50
49 60
1 00
6 00
6 50
2 50
30 00
9 00
19 00
8 00
7 00
2 00
5 00
13 25
6 15
2 SO
36 00
10 00
7 50
1 00
1 5C
5 SO
1 BO
3 00
1 Ofl
15 6C
2 0C
21 6C
4 00
2,490 72
8,598 29
8,598 29 56 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 181)1, to 30th June, 1892.
65
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$  cts.
%   cts.
$   ets.
A McNeill	
xl-revenue services.—concluded.
Vote No. 99.— Commission, Courts of Appeal, Travelling
Expenses, &c.—Concluded.
(Travelling Expenses).—Concluded.
771 35
2 50
125 00
138 25
29 46
12 75
12 75
2,490 72
25 00
3 00
5 00
17 60
2 50
3 00
3 00
1 50
1 50
1 50
12 00
7 00
2 00
8 25
125 00
90 00
52 50
5 00
2 50
1 50
5 00
10 00
30 00
3 50
87 00
9 00
38 50
1 50
10 00
499 90
1 00
2 50
2 00
6 00
5 50
3 75
1 60
4 00
2 00
8,598 29
8,683 47
999 15
Cascade Packing Co	
J Campbell	
J McRae	
do                                                do              Naas Harbour	
M A Harvey	
L Duval	
do                                    do                           do         do 	
do                                   do                           do       Victoria Dist..
Hire of buggy,                             do                           do                  do     3d.
Fare, meals and berth, E. Harrison, Judge Rev. & App., to Comox ...
Meals and bed,                         do                     do                         do
do                                    do                     do                      Vancouver.
(Miscellaneous.)
C Booth	
Elk Hotel	
do               Recorder, Ainsworth, 3£- months	
Rent of room for holding Court of Appeal, Parsons' Bridge, meals, etc.
do                  do                     do            Lake,                         do
Meals and horse feed for Judge and Assessor, Court of Appeal, Lake...
L Duval	
Hong Fook	
do              Collector Stephenson, collecting from Chinese miners
do      Collector Hunter,            Similkameen	
Services in Nelson Office  29 davs % $3
do                  do                3       ii       3
E P Whalley	
F J Macnaughton	
do        Ainsworth Office, in Recorder's absence  11       m       3.50
C A Dietz	
W R Clarke	
Expenses of advertising sale of Port Simpson lands (sale withdrawn). ..
F Littler	
Express charges on receipt books to Forks of Quesnelle	
Telegram to J. Bowron, Gold Commissioner, re Chinese miners at Forks
CPRCo'sTelegraph.,..
H Geigerich	
Thompson & Scoville	
E M N Woods	
Drawing affidavit of Collector re Wing Kee v. J. II. Todd &, Son	
XII.-PUBIJC WORKS.
Worts and Buildings.
Vote No. 100.—Repairs to Government liuildings,
Victoria.
Construction of addition to Museum, per contract, SI,000; extras $41.50
1,041 50
50 00
138 25
375 04
12 75
73 75
435 47
1 40
20 00
5 00
83 50
50 76
2 35
38 89
20 50
63 23
24 00
12,180 91
S L Kelly & Co ...
J P Burgess	
V E Ottaway	
J Bullen.
Taylor Mill Co	
W P Sayward	
1,092 06
2,436 39 66
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$    Cts.:
R B McMicking...
Muirhead & Mann
F Sturdy & Son...
R Lettice	
D M Robertson ...
P McQuade & Son
J L Stamford....
E B Marvin & Co.
J McLean 	
J Barnsley	
A J Woodward.
A M Muir	
S L Kelly & Co
Weiler Bros .   .
D Spencer	
G Powell & Co.
T C Sorby 	
G F Welch & Son ..
Corbett & Co	
Murray &. Greig ...
Royal City Mills Co
Gilley Bros	
H T Read & Co ....
Reid & Currie	
T Dunn & Co	
Keddy & Crossan .
Do
J McLeod	
A Henderson	
P McQuade & Son
CL Smith	
A Haslam   	
A Summerhayes..
D Ross	
O'Brian & Dunlop
J J Sehl	
J De Boe	
J J Sehl	
Royal City Planing Mills
W H Holmes	
R Robinson 	
Dominion Express Co
J A Starrett	
C Marer.	
T JTrapp & Co	
Shirley & Roy	
J Wardle	
JTallyard	
F Carruthers	
J WWirth	
E Stout   	
J A Montgomery	
Brought forward	
XIL—PUBLIC WORKS-Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No. 100.—Repairs to Government Buildings,
Victoria.—Concluded.
Repairing electric calls, House of Assembly
Door and moulding', Gaol	
Glazing and painting office signs	
do       Law Courts and Assay Office	
Hauling bricks and cement, Gaol	
Brush and varnish, House of Assembly	
Frame for door of heater     do 	
Cement, Gaol	
Repairs,   do   and Reformatory	
do       lock, Attorney-General's Office
Vote No. 100a.—Addition to House of Assembly.
Construction of addition per contract, Si,075; extras, $28.50
Architect's commission on above	
Stovepipe and fitting	
Furniture, etc	
Bug and door mats	
Kitchen range	
Vote No. 101.—Repairs to Government Buildings,
New Westminster.
Preparing estimate of cost of alterations, Court House
Frosting lights, do
Repairing water pipes do
Frosting lights, Assessor's and B-egistrar's Offices	
Lumber for repairs, Gaol	
Cedar posts, do 	
Nails, paint, oil, etc., do 	
Iron door, plate, and wedges, do 	
Lead, oil, etc., do  	
Vote No. 102.—Repairs to Gov't Buildings, Nanaimo.
Flag-pole, Government Agent's Office	
Hauling gin-pole for setting up flagstaff,    do 	
Making and setting up do do 	
2 barrels cement for do do     	
Halyards, do do 	
Glazing, do etc	
Lumber for repairs, do 	
Repairing furnace and chimneys, do 	
Hauling lumber for repairs, Gaol	
do do        do   	
Furniture and painting, Court House	
Repairs to Departure Bay Lock-up	
Furniture, Wellington Lock-up	
Vote No. 103.—Repairs to Gov't Buildings, Yale District
Cell doors and lumber for repairing Yale Building	
Freight on do
Repairing fence and gates,
do
Charges on materials,
Painting and glazing,
Digging pit and cleaning yard,
Materials for repairs,
Safety thimbles,
Turpentine,
Repairing,
Painting,
Repairing,
Hydrant and coupling,
Repairing drain pipe,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Carried forward.
S 00
9 16
10 50
2 50
1 00
50
2 00
4 50
37 87
25
1,103 50
50 00
32 50
44 40
14 00
55 00
62
50
1 75
42
75
19
50
92
:il
14
M
90
if
62 38
36
li
16 00
1 00
36 75
15 00
2 21
3 0C
4 22
9 65
75
4 0C
177 50
7 0C
10 50
89 67
17 11
6 00
44 00
4 66
7 50
8 00
26 47
2 5C
2 00
2 B0
5 00
17 50
5 00
2 00
1,092 06   239 21
2,512 67
285 58
4,519 59 56 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
67
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   ets.
CPR	
Indian Jackson ....
J Alway	
F H Barnes	
G Kieffer 	
L Morand	
W R Megaw	
Est W Dewdnev ...
T Dunn & Co ..	
A McGregor	
Shuswap Milling Co
Wood & Tunstall...
E G Prior & Co   ...
F W Foster...
A Le Bourdais
J Lowther....
J McMillan ...
W Cummings.
J Marshall	
Indian Jack ..
A H J Martlev
F W Foster..'.
W G Duguid..
J Reid   	
W Hodgkinson .
R Berry	
S A Rogers	
Reid & Johnston
Vieth & Borland
R A Kimpton 	
J Lambert	
M B Laing	
R F Wilson	
D Griffith	
J T Galbraith & Bro
N Hanson	
D Bale	
W Goodridge	
J Grassick	
Hill Bros	
Hume, Ink & Go ....   .
J A Harvey	
J F Hume'&Co 	
F J Mesher	
J A Melville.,	
J C Cress	
R Rimolte	
H Ross	
Revelstoke Lumber Co
J Ranch	
J F Hume & Co	
R Howson	
Do        	
Brought forward	
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS.-ConUnued.
WTorks and r^mldm^s,—Continued,
Vote No. 103.—Repairs to   Government  Buildings,   Yale
District.— Concluded.
Fare of Gov't Agt. to Hope for keys, Yale Building.
Ferrying       do do
Hauling lumber to cars for
Lumber, etc., for addition to
Flag-pole,
Repairing,
do
Compensation for repairs to
Turpentine, lime, etc.,
Locks and catches,
Lumber, y
Paint, oil, etc.,
Locks, hinges, etc.,
do
do
Vernon Office...
do
do
do
do
Ashcroft Gaol .. .
Kamloops Office .
Kamloops Gaol..
do
do
Vote No. 104.
-Repairs to Government Buildings,
lillooet District.
Lumber, nails, glass, lime, etc.,
do
Labour, repairing,
Repairing stable,
Paint, oil, tools, etc.,
Lumber for repairs,
Hauling   do
Lime,
Shingles, paint, oil, etc.,
Building fence and painting,
Clinton Building.
do
do
do
Lillooet Building.
do
do
do
do
do
7 davs @ 82.50
U      h       3
21 days @ #3.50
Vote No.  tOn
-Repairs to Government Buildings,
Cariboo District.
Padlocks for Richfield Gaol	
Shakes for roof of Richfield Office	
Glazing & repairing roof,    do       	
Material for repairs to        do       	
Lumber, shingles, etc., Quesnelle Lock-up	
Paint, oil, wall-paper, etc., 150-Mile House Lock-up .
Vote No.  100.
-Repairs to  Government Buildings,
East Kootenay.
Wall-paper, etc., Constable's room, Donald Lock-up	
Papering do do 	
Material for repairs to Golden Lock-up	
Lumber for       do do 	
Making hinges and bolts for Fort Steele Lock-up	
Nails, bolts, locks, etc., do 	
Lumber and shingles, do 	
Carpenter repairing do 21 days @ $4
do do 8       m 3
do do 42        ti 3.50
Vote No.   107.
-Repairs to  Government Buildings,
West Kootenay.
Repairing door of yard, Nelson Lock-up	
Waterpipe, cocks, etc, etc.       do 	
Bolts, hinges, locks, etc., do 	
Building temporary quarters for Govt. Agent, Nelson Office.
Repairing Nelson Office	
do       Ainsworth Office	
do       floor,       do	
Locks, etc., do 	
Painting and papering Revelstoke Office.
Lumber for repairs
Hauling lumber,
Wall-paper, locks, etc.,
Putting up doors, etc., !
Repairing floor,
do
do 	
do 	
; material, $20.20, Revelstoke Office,
do
Carried forward.
1,092 06
239 91  4,519 59
1 40
5C
2 50
123 14
12 60
8 BO
1 00
142 30
3 10
2 90
10 22
52 86
7 23
31 10
3 54
17 50
4 60
43 86
41 02
10 00
6 25
68 35
73 50
2 00
10 00
11 00
4 02
142 35
17 00
13 88
4 80
5 0B
37 65
9 00
22 11
212 73
84 00
24 00
147 00
4 00
67 45
7 90
135 00
148 09
8 00
12 00
4 00
16 00
43 35
4 BO
11 15
51 70
5 45
608 05
i60 22
1,692 44
1 QH
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
N W Water Commission.
W Vanstone & Co	
Brunette Saw Mills	
G Cunningham   	
Cunningham Bros	
Cunningham & Bryson..
Cunningham H'dw'e Co.
Campbell & Anderson...
H T Read & Co    ...
J C Robertson	
Woods & Gamble	
Reid & Currie	
T Ovens	
Bell-Irving, Pat'son & Co
G H Cross	
Murray & Greig	
T J Trapp & Co	
A Wilson	
M Pinkarton	
S A Rogers	
J Stone, Hon Sec .
ECook	
T C Sorby ...
R S Forbes..
V J Straube
Brought forward	
XIL-PUBLIC WORKS.-Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No. 108.—Asylum for tlie Insane (Sundry
requirements.)
Laying on water	
Steam boiler, and erecting same	
Lumber and shingles    	
Plough, shoeing horse, repairing plough, etc	
Repairs and plumbing	
Horse shoes	
Boiler fittings, plumbing, etc 	
Nails, glass, powder, tarpaper, tools, etc	
Cement	
Labour on repairs, including material	
Laying out and reporting on road from Asylum to Columbia Street
Harness and repairs	
Repairing tools, etc	
Drain-pipe	
Drain-tiles    	
Papering rooms	
Wire fencing	
Vote No. 109.—Hospital, Cariboo (Repairs & furniture.)
Labour on repairs	
Laying water pipes	
Furniture, etc 	
Paid for furniture, water pipes, hose, etc.,
W Ford	
Do      	
Do      	
J Street	
A McKinnon	
A Gabriel	
Bazett tfc Norwood.
D H Campbell.
Vote No. 110.—Court House, Vancouver (Rejmirs, &c.)
Sundry repairs and alterations	
Making plan of and superintending work, $75; expenses S28.25.
Draining and improving grounds, per contract	
Repairing locks	
Vote No. Ill .— Court House, Cowiehan.
Construction of building, per contract	
Building wood-shed and fencing lot, per agreement .
Furniture, etc	
Digging well and supplying pump and piping	
Lumber	
Hauling contents of old office to new.^	
Chairs, stove, piping', lamps, etc	
Vote No. 112.—Court House, Ashcroft.
Construction of building, per contract, 81,375 ; extrai, $12..
Vote No. 113.— Court House, Lillooet.
G Lasher   Construction of building, per contract.
W Cumming j Materials for painting Court House .
A H J Martley.
WGDuguid.'..
W Anderton	
Do 	
CBLockhart&Co.
E & N Ry	
S Creech	
Paint, varnish, and brush,
Painting,
do
do
10 days @ #3.50.
Vote No. 114.—Court House, Comox.
Construction of building, per contract	
do culvert and filling in front of building, per contract ,
Chairs	
Freight on furniture	
Commission for superintendence, @ 5%	
Carried forward.
832 91
305 00
60 14
37 00
47
2 00
195 47
81 21
15 50
142
7 50
12 90
47 57
39 70
13 50
14 85
2 50
36 00
28 00
128 25
162 68
1,744 75
103 25
125 00
3 00
1,234 ;
2,485 00
250 0C
153 95
46 OC
11 31
1 OC
52 46
690 00
70 20
4 80
35 00
6,692 44
354
1,976 00
2,998 71
1,387 00
1,171 00
225 00
19 50
2 00
70 77
1,488 27
17.555 87 56 Vict.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
69
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
#   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
Manuel & Ruttan	
J C Steen 	
G Sutherland	
Do        	
R A Kimpton	
J C Steen	
H Cooper 	
W Turnbull&Co	
THooper	
W Turnbull & Co	
McKillican & Anderson.
Ogle, Campbell & Co...
Campbell & Anderson..
J W Harvey	
H Hoy	
T Ovens	
F VV Hart	
E Laeaille	
Robertson & Hackett...
Cunningham Bros	
J Watt	
Swalwell & Vanstone. ..
Corbett & Co	
Wintemute Bros	
C Murrav	
E S Scoiillar	
E Laeaille	
Shelton & Co 	
H Miller	
F W Hart	
Davidson Bros	
J C Steen  	
G Sutherland	
R J Mowat	
J A Harvey	
A E Hodgins	
D Robertion	
Ainsworth Land Imp Co.
Brought forward	
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS-Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No. 115.—Court House, Donald (furniture,
fencing, Ac).
Material for fencing    	
do do      	
Gate fastenings	
Building fence and gates, 15| days @ $=3.75 .
White lead, turpentine, and nails	
Matting	
Labour, 2 days @ g2.50	
Vote No, 115a,— Court House, New   Westminster.
In full for extra work on foundation	
Examining and reporting on Turnbull's bill of extras .
Vote No. 115b.— Court House, Netv   Westminster
(furniture and fittings).
Furniture, gas fittings, etc	
Estimating value of above, §50 ; expenses, $20.
Blinds, carpets, curtains, and fixtures	
Rubber mats, stair treads, aud toilet set	
Linoleum, carpet, paper, and binding	
Clerk of the Works	
Fitting iron door	
Table and towel roller	
Glass panel doors, shelving, pigeon holes, etc..
Fitting up clock, etc	
Gas fixtures . 	
Lounge.
Electric bells	
Gas brackets and globes..
Tables, chairs, stools, etc.
Lettering door panels ....
Drain pipe	
Vote No. 115c.—Registry Office, Vancouver (furniture Ac)
Fitting up and furnishing .
Office chairs	
Shelving in vault	
Table, etc	
Clock	
Vote No. 110.— Gaol, Donald.
Construction of building, per contract, $850; woodshed, #150; extras, 8100
Inspecting building during erection	
Vote No. 117.—Gaol, Nelson.
Construction of building", per contract, 81,040.25; extras, i
Repairing tools	
Superintending- construction	
Vote No.$118.— Gaol, Fort Simpson.
Construction of building, per contract	
Vote No. 119.—lock-up, Ainstvorth.
Purchase of two lots for site	
Carried forward	
1,234 36
38 40
31 49
6 60
59 07
13 28
40 27
5 00
11,528 00
65 00
3,798 55
70 00
536 80
643 85
427 36
50 00
62 40
5 75
221 50
1 82
541 17
12 00
47 30
7 66
445 85
18 25
117 10
524 50
29 00
2 60
7 25
7 50
1,100 00
35 00
1,080 25
6 75
100 00
7,007 36
1,135 00
1,186 00
1,000 00
41,440 99 70                  Public Accounts,. 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
tf   cts.
$   cts.
$    cts
XIL-PUBLIC WORKS.-Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No. 121.—JLoeJc-up,   Wellington.
1,234 36
2 25
150 50
5 25
101 25
41,440 99
625 00
557 14
Vote No.   121 a .—loch- up,   Osoyoos.
21 00
204 75
161 00
40 00
130 39
do           	
P Mclptyre	
T Kruger    .
Vote No. 122,— Rurniturefor Government  Offices.
Sundry furniture,                                   all Departments	
do                                                            do	
Weiler Bros	
Sehl-Hastic-Erskine Co..
183 35
438 00
116 60
15 75
9 00
128 50
8 00
24 95
10 60
14 60
2 00
172 50
12 00
4 00
8 75
11 00
68 37
3 00
5 25
12 40
75
27 38
6 50
101 25
1 00
4 75
75
104 30
18 00
44 50
57 60
50
6 00
587 00
1 25
2 75
1 20
6 75
26 63
190 40
20 00
2 00
78 00
3 20
1 50
1 10
33 75
1 20
15 00
15 00
7 85
37 50
1 00
8 90
3 25
23 10
35
1 50
6 80
S L Kelly & Co
Portable light and tube,                                  do               	
M W Waitt & Co
Furniture,                                                              do                	
Lamps, etc.,                                                          do                	
J Watt	
Repairing clock,                                               do               	
W & J Wilson .
J Piercy & Co
Pail,                                                                   do               	
T S Futcher
G Doughty	
D H Ross & Co ..
E J Salmon & Co
Repairing chair,                                          Treasurv	
M W Waitt & Co
H 0 Wellburn
J Sehl	
E & N Ry	
Brashes, etc.,                                                do              	
Tables, chairs, ease, etc.,         Wellington Court House	
Brooms,                     New Westminster Court House and Offices	
J J Sehl	
Wolfenden & Annandale.
B Marshall .
Campbell & Anderson...
T Ovens   	
Reid & Currie    .
P Peebles	
Poker,                                                                do               	
Chairs,                                                                do               	
Corbett & Co	
W H Lennie & Co.
Screen,                                                               do               	
1,499 61
2,699 53
42,623 13 56 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
71
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$  cts.
$   cts
S   cts.
F Crake	
Ogle, Campbell &Co ..
Robertson & Co	
Cope & Young	
H Robertson	
F W Hart	
E Laeaille	
E S Scoullar & Co	
J A Skinner & Co	
Victoria Lumber Co...
W Anderton	
J B Holmes	
J McPhee 	
J A Melville	
Green Bros	
J McDonald & Co	
R E Lemon	
H Geigerich	
Manuel & Ruttan	
JFGalhraith &Bros..
N Hanson	
R A Kimpton	
M Phillips	
Durick & Warren	
M B Lang 	
Do 	
J Mcintosh	
E G Prior & Co	
Wood & Tunstall 	
J H Howarth	
A W Harding	
J Vair	
R E Smith	
C P Ry Co	
J A Montgomery 	
Mann & Smith	
T JTrapp& Co	
J Wardle	
RMcBride	
Hunt & Dorer	
G Sutherland	
C P Ry Co	
Sehl-Hastie Co	
W Fearn	
J Vair	
J McBride	
W Kirkup & Co	
J F Hume	
Hill Bros	
W Kirkup	
G A Bigelow	
W H Bambury	
J Harvey	
J C Bolander	
J F Hume & Co	
Hunter & McKinnon ..
C E Redfern	
R E Lemon	
W T Hireen	
Slocan Trading Co ....
Sehl-Hastie Co	
W F Cameron	
C Dewdney	
Barnes & Morand	
J C Campbell	
Martin Bros	
H Schultz	
F W Foster	
McLennan & McFeely.
Weiler Bros	
C E Redfern	
A H J Martley	
Brought forward.
XIL-PUBLIC WORKS—Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No. 122.—Furniture for Government Offices.-
Con eluded.
Alarm clock, New Westminster Court House and Offices.
Hanging curtains, do 	
Desk, Vancouver Court House and Office	
Mop cloth, do	
Window awnings, do 	
Mats and repairing chairs, do 	
Pigeon holes and gas fittings, do 	
do 	
do 	
Chemainus Court House	
Comox Court House and Office	
do 	
do 	
Ainsworth Office	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Fort Steele Office	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do	
c., do 	
do 	
Golden Office       	
do Kamloops Court House and Offices	
Hose, cash box, lawn mower, do 	
Blinds, matting, and toilet set, do 	
Repairing clock, do 	
Brush, etc., do 	
Sprinklers, coal hods, etc., do 	
Cotton lining, do 	
Freight on safe to N. W. for rep'rs, Yale Ct. H. & Office	
Hauling safe at Yale, do 	
do to machine shop, N. W., do 	
Baskets, lantern, etc., do 	
Gas lighter,
Cuspidors,
Broom,
Table and coal bin,
Tabic cover,
Lamp and stove,
Stationery cabinet,
Stove-pipe, saw, etc.,
Chairs,
Zinc plate for stove,
Broom and pail.
Chairs,
Freight on chairs,
Safe,
Lamp and stove-pipe,
do
Zinc, do €
Pails,
Chairs, etc.,
Lamp glasses, etc,
Electric bell,
Clock,
Stove, pipe, etc.,
Freight on chairs,
Chairs,
Tables, desk, pigeon holes
Stoves,
Stove-pipe, etc.,
do
Broom,
Tables and shelving,
Stove, pipe, sink, etc.
Feather duster,
Making pigeon holes,
Iron rake,
Table,
Lamp, etc.,
Pails, pan, broom, etc.,
Clock,
Stove, drum, pipe, etc.,
Wash-pan and axe,
Axe and saw,
Chair,
Broom, jug, etc.,
Chair and washstand,
Repairing furniture,
Pigeon holes, altering desk
Stove-pipe, etc.,
Latch key,
Chairs and broom,
Stove-pipe, etc.,
Furniture,
Clock,
Freight on furniture.
do
Donald Court House and Office
do
do
Ashcroft Court House and Office.
do
etc., do
do
do
Revelstoke Office .
do
Nelson Court House and Office.
do
do
do
do
Slocan Office
do
do
do
do
do
do
Vernon Office
do
do
do
etc.. do
do
do
Clinton Court House and Office.
Lillooet Court House.
do
do
do
Carried forward'..
2,699 53
42,623 13
2 00
2 00
70 00
3 50
34 00
11 10
43 05
1 26
3 60
40
5 60
2 00
20 50
29 00
5 95
8 00
3 30
1 75
10 20
3 05
125 00
4 76
3 00
5 30
1 20
3 7B
12 00
22 70
16 98
50
1 50
23 30
38
7 60
5 00
5 00
8 40
3 00
6 50
12 00
27 00
3 72
21 00
23 00
27 00
9 35
4 50
60
16 50
49 25
1 00
44 50
1 75
2 00
3 00
3 66
15 00
33 68
3 25
6 60
8 00
1 25
13 50
1 50
5B 7S
5 25
75
5 25
33 90
68 00
22 00
31 75
3,776 39
46,399 52
I 72                  Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to :30th June, 1892.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   ets.
$   cts.
$   cts
M Parsons	
1,499 61
1,499 61
46,399 5
1,147 93
2,025 90
360 00
19,586 30
2,499 25
1,587 00
1,460 00
Xn.-PUBLIC WOBKS.—Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No. 123.—Improvement of Government lieserves.
Gardener,                                    James Bay Grounds, 12 months @ $65
780 00
3 75
20 18
137 25
21 00
15 00
9 00
96 00
50 50
12 00
3 25
E G Prior & Co	
Braden & Stamford	
L Russell	
F Morrison	
H Cook 	
Assisting gardener,                                   do               . ...  lu^ days @ §2
Labour with horse and cart,                    do               ....    2^-      m       4
Assisting gardener,                                   do               .... 48       M       2
G Stelly  	
W Clunk	
Cleaning up around Law Courts     6        n       2
Vote No. 124.—Insurance of Government  liuildings.
E G Prior & Co   	
Commercial Union	
Do
30 00
20 00
180 00
75 00
100 00
294 80
245 60
226 00
30 00
100 00
80 00
40 00
40 00
20 00
75 00
77 50
150 00
32 00
100 00
55 00
65 00
do           Museum addition,             do                  n    	
do           furniture, Govt. House,    do                  M    	
London and Canadian...
Do   	
do                             do                     do                  i,    	
Do
Phoenix	
Queen	
Commercial Union	
Phcenix	
do           Court House,                 Yale,           3 years 	
do                  do                            Lillooet,            n    	
do                  do                             Donald,             (l    	
Do        	
Do
Braden &; Stamford	
Purdy & Williams	
T Hooper	
Vote No. 125,—Public School,   Victoria (Steam boiler).
Vote No, 120. — Public School, New  Westminster
( Construction.)
18,924 00
662 30
Architect's commission for plans, specifications, and superintendence..
Vote No. 127.—Public School, Northfield (Construction.)
S Martin	
1,980 00
94 50
48 00
175 00
22 25
52 50
82 00
45 00
Thompson & Scoville	
Buggy hire for M. Gray inspecting construction, 12 days @ $4	
J J Sehl	
Van Houten & Randle ..
O'Dell & McDonald	
do                                              	
Vote No. 128—Public School, Moodyville (Construction.)
G HCobb	
Vote No. 129.—Public School, Brownsville (Construction)
75,045 90 .56 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th Junk, 1892.
73
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
Brought forward	
Xil .-PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No.  130.— Public School, N. Comox (Construction)
J W McCann \ Construction of building, per contract ...
C Hooper   Olearing^and levelling site, per contract .
G Winger  Clearing school yard	
J Piercy  Removing trees dangerous to building ..
S Creech  Commission for superintending work .,.
Vote No. 131.—Public School, Duncan's (Construction).
W C Duncan  Purchase of site	
R H Whidden  Construction of building, per contract, $1,887; extras $17
J Skea
Vote No. 132.—Public School, E. Langley ( Construction).
Construction of building, per contract	
Vote No. 133.— Public School, Sooke ( Const ruction).
A Whyte  Construction of building, per contract	
S Cutler  Clearing site  3 days @ &2
H Milne  do  3J     ,,       2
G Throup  Clearing at back of site  0       n       2
Vote No. 134.—Public School. Sumas (Construction).
S J Turner i Construction of building, per contract .
Do         I Making teacher's desk	
T W Fletcher.
Curraher & King,
D W Sutherland .
Vote No. 135.—Public School, Salmon A rm (Construction).
Construction of building, per contract	
Vote No.  13ti.— Bubl'tc School, lansdowne (Construction).
Construction of building, per contract	
Vote No. 137.— Public School, Similkameen (Construction).
Construction of building, per contract	
Vote No. 138.—Rublic School, Kettle River (Construction)
Construction of building, per contract	
Vote No. 139.—Rubllc School, Dunach (Construction)
Construction of building, per contract	
Hill & Kirk...
A Boothroyd ,
CC Green....
R B Kelly
Vote No. 140.—Bublic School, Surrey Centre
(Construction).
Making survey of plan of site	
Clearing and grading site	
Construction of building, per contract ,
Vote No. 141.—Rublic School, Junction (Construction).
Construction of building, per contract	
Carried forward	
I
1,499 61
1,143 00
110 00
5 00
10 00
62 65
100 00
1,404 00
675 00
6 00
7 00
12 00
609 00
10 00
16 50
40 00
660 00
75,045 90
716 50
690 00
84,797 55 74
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
S   cts.
S  cts.
S  cts.
J A Coates	
J McKinnon	
J McKinnon	
McLean & Carthew
J A Carthew	
J McKinnon	
H Fry	
F X Cote	
Hudson's Bay Co..
Do
R P Edwards	
A Roscoe	
J Burnett	
J Stone, Sec'y	
M F Tupper	
J B Cade 	
Brough t forward	
XII.-PUBLIC WOKKri.-Continued.
Works and Buildings;—Continued.
Vote No. 142.—Public School, Hornby (Construction).
Construction of building, per contract 	
Vote No.  143.    Public School, Parksville (Construction )
Construction of building, per contract, 8700; extras, *86	
Vote No. 144.— Public School, Nanoose (Construction),
Construction of building, per contract	
Vote No.  14,5 Public School, Southfleld (Construction)
Clearing site, per agreement     	
Construction of building, per contract	
Vote No. 140.—Public School, North Oyster (Construction)
Construction of building, per contract, *700; extras, i586	
Vote. No. 147.—Public School, Chemainus landing
( Construction).
Making survey and plan of site    	
Construction of building, per contract	
Vote No.  148.—Public. School, JFort Simpson
(Construction).
Paid D. Sutherland for construction of building, per contract	
Lumber, do do 	
Vote No.  149.—Public School,  Gordon Ifead
(Construction).
Construction of building, per contract 	
Vote No.  150.—Public School, Abbotsford (Construction)
Construction of building, per contract	
Vote No. 151.—Public School, South Aldergrove
(Construction).
Construction of building, per contract	
Vote No. 152 Public School, Barkerville (Furniture).
Paid for furniture and freight	
Vote No. 153a.—Public School, St. Mary's Mission.
Plans and specifications for addition to building	
Construction of do per contract 	
Oarried forward.	
1,499 61
60 00
730 00
15 00
675 00
590 00
199 00
25 00
674 00
1,797 55
790 00
725 00
675 00
i 00
93,187 30 56 Vict.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to SOth Junk, 1892.
TO WHOM  PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
*   cts.
8   cts.
Barnes & Morand .
Weiler Bros	
R P Edwards	
McLennan & McFeelv.
R Oliver '..
S Jones	
M Humber ..'.	
G Phillips	
G Bezantson	
Laird & Clark	
J Street   	
A Lewis & Co	
II Ender	
S L Kelly & Co	
V H Clarke	
D Nicholson	
J J Sehl	
J B L Jones	
T Milne	
Van Houten & Ran die.
J J Sehl	
J Tippet	
M Edgar	
S L Kelly & Co	
N Parks   	
J J Sehl	
,1 Craig	
J J Sehl	
Van Houten & Randle.
G Cassidy	
,J J Sehl	
Van Houten & Randle.
J Nicholson	
J Morrow	
A Haslam	
J Andrews	
J Thomas	
J Horribin	
A Lindsay	
Duncan Bros	
T Cunliffe	
R T Canvithen	
G Heatherbell	
J Murchison	
Hill & Kirk..,   	
J Shortreed	
R Shortreed	
W McAdam	
Do 	
R B Kelly	
G J Williams	
J F Ryder	
J Stady	
W F Tupper	
R Angus   	
J B Cade 	
Cunningham Bros ....
R Cooper	
L Snider ..	
L W Davis	
P Thompson	
J Childs	
L Hopkins	
A Brown	
Murphy & McDonagh .
A Richardson	
Woods & Gamble	
J Gilmore	
Do       	
Brought forward	
XIL-PURLLO WORKS.—Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No. 153b.—Public School,  Coldstream.
Construction of building, per contract
Vote No.   154.— Public   Schools   throughout   the   Province
(furniture, repairs, etc.)
Blinds,
Sinking well,
Stove, pipe, etc.,
Draining grounds,
Paid for drain tiles,
Bricks,
Pump, etc.,
Repairs to building,
Digging well,
Pump, piping, etc.,
Stove and pipe,
Clearing site,
Stove, pipe, etc.,
Repairs, etc.,
24 seats,
Teacher's desk and chair,
Blinds, stove and pipe,
Repairing blackboards,
Stove, pipe, zinc and bucket,
Table, chair,
Cutting down dangerous trees,
Digging well,
Stove,
Stove, pipe, zinc, and bucket,
Teacher's chair and table,
Removing dangerous trees,
Teacher's chair and table,
Stove and pipe,
Cutting down dangerous trees,
Teacher's chair and table,
Stove and pipe,
0 desks,
Painting and whitewashing,
Lumber for fence,
Erecting fence ind clearing grounds,
Stove, pipe, painting, etc.,
Rent of and cleaning building (3 mos.) for
Freight on desks,
Stove, pipe, chair, blinds, etc.,
Moving closets,
Repairs,
Stove and pipe,
Buggy for J. Sprott, locating site,
Survey and plan,
Clearing grounds, per contract,
Stove and pipe,
Digging well,
Stove, pipe, etc.,
Clearing site,
Repairs,
Clearing grounds,
Building chimney and ventilator,
6 desks and seats,
Building woodshed,
Painting building and making desks,
Stove and pipe,
Improving and clearing up grounds,
Clearing site,
Stove, pipe, desks, etc.,
Clearing- school grounds,
do do
do do
Repairs,
Pump and pipe,
Stove, etc.,
Preparing bonds for deed and plan of lot.
Putting in new floor,
Stove, pipe, and fittings,
ordon Head School
do
Lake
do
Cadboro
do
Rocky Point
Duncan's
do
do
Chemainus L'd'g
do
Vesuvius
Wellington
do
do
do
Nanoose
do
do
South Gabriola
do
Parksville
do
do
North Oyster
do
do
Southfleld
do
Departure Bav
do
do
do
South Cedar
Northfield
Union Mines
Puntledge
do
do
Hornby
S. Aldergrove
do
do
do
Port Kells
do
Junction
Hall's Prairie
Cheam
do
St. Mary's Miss'n
do '
do
do
E. Chilliwhack
do
Serpentine
Anniedale
do
Otter
do
do
Surrey Centre
do
Canoe Pass
do
Carried forward...
1,499 61
6 00
87 50
15 85
11 25
11 50
33 00
15 75
80 00
25 00
25 00
19 60-
100 00
14 60
40 17
72 00
10 00
39 75
60 00
23 00
6 7o
3 00
30 00
12 00
18 40
6 25
5 00
6 25
16 25
15 00
6 25
26 76
30 00
9 50
40 50
100 00
20 25
72 00
17 00
32 62
3 00
1 37
12 25
15 00
37 00
50 00
12 32
7 15
22 85
50 00
30 00
60 00
20 00
22 50
20 00
97 00
14 10
30 00
10 00
25 00
13 50
27 00
9 00
24 00
17 00
12 50
12 50
25 00
20 00
93,187 30
1,862 68    93,882 30 76
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$  cts.
$  cts.
$   cts.
1,499 61
1,862 68
5 00
50 00
16 00
25 00
15 00
67 00
5 00
3 25
18 05
30 00
42 00
8 40
28 50
20 25
65 00
12 50
40 00
25 00
115 00
11 64
45 00
43 36
70 00
160 00
30 00
20 00
50 00
93,882 30
XII.-PUBLIC WOBKS.—Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Confirmed.
Vote No. 154.—Public Schools throughout the Province.—
(furniture, repairs, &c).—Concluded.
Nails and posts for fencing,                          Canoe Pass     School	
Clearing school lot,                                       Clayton                 n    	
Improving grounds,                                      Upper Sumas       rt    	
do                                                      Bigger Prairie      n    	
Rent of building (3 months) for                Mission City         n    	
Purchase of site,                                            Brownsville           ,i    	
Repairs,                                                                 do                   v    	
Removing rubbish,                                              do                    it    	
Stove, etc.,                                                       do                  ,t    	
Stove, pipe, desk, and chairs,                      Dunach                 n    	
Clearing site,                                                  East Langlev        n	
Stove,                                                             North Arm           ,,        ..
Hose, nozzle, etc.,                                         Kamloops              n    	
Paid for stove and pipe,                               Lansdowne           „    	
Painting and whitewashing,                        N. Thompson        m    	
Stove and pipe,                                              Enderby                h    	
Building woodshed,                                      Nicola                    n    	
Stove and pipe,                                             Kettle River         ,(    	
Repairs,                                                          Clinton                  h    	
Hauling lumber for fence,                            Lillooet                 n    	
Building fence and repairing building,             do                    n      	
Lumber for fence.                                                do                   n    	
Fencing grounds, per contract,                   Revelstoke            „    	
Digging, cribbing, & erecting house overwell,   do                    ,r    	
Pump, and fitting up,                                          do                    ,.    	
Putting in pump ladder and platform,             do                    ,■    	
Clearing and levelling grounds,                  Golden                   n    	
Vote No. 155.—Poring Artesian Wells.
E M Wiltshire	
C McKay	
J W Home	
P Orford	
A Klavanes	
G Gairnes	
Shirley & Hoy	
D W Sutherland
E Wells	
W E Sutherland	
W P Winsby	
W Higginbottom	
W L Dickey	
R Howson	
J H Hill	
Bourne Bros	
J 0 Piper	
2,883 63
991 65
141 63
111 75
425 00
141 65
85 00
435 15
80 76
75 00
5 00
55 00
19 50
300 00
20 50
48 87
10 00
296 00
170 19
Do          	
Do          	
W K Morrison	
Do           	
Do          	
C P Ry Co	
Freight on machinery and fares of men	
J Blair	
R A Walker	
J Blair	
G P Raven 	
E G Prior & Co	
Shuswap Milling Co	
Vote No. 150.—lowering Somenos lake.
Half cost of lowering Somenos Lake and improving Bonsall's Creek . ..
Vote No. 158.—Improvement of Ganges Harbour.
3,412 66
577 00
200 00
Vote No. 158a.—Rebuilding dam at Mission Creek,
Okanagan.
1,055 50
82 60
6 00
12 50
6 20
31 15
H Schultz	
Tools	
do	
1,499 61
1,198 85
100,955 59 56 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
77
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHA1 SERVICE.
Arrears..
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
Coryell & Burnyeat....
A Lefevre	
Wright & Lawrence	
Gallagher & Stevenson ..
W F Borvette	
Hudson's Bay Co	
CPRy Co	
R Lettics	
Braden & Stamford	
R Drake	
Weiler Bros	
T S Futcher	
S L Kelly & Co	
C E Redfern	
Clarke & Pearson	
A & W Wilson	
II Stanton	
Sehl-Hastie-Erskine Co .
Victoria Gas Co	
Do 	
D H Ross & Co	
D E Campbell	
W T Drake	
L M Kirk	
Victoria Transfer Co	
Victoria Water Works.
G Stevenson 	
Nicholles & Renouf .
BC TerraCottaCo..
A McTavish	
W Brown	
Johnston & Co	
Marvin & Tilton
Victoria Transfer Co
J P Burgess	
Brought forward	
XIL-PUBLIC WORKS-Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Concluded.
Vote No. 158a.—Rebuilding dam at Mission Creek,
Okanagan.—Concluded.
Meals and bed for superintendent.
Hay	
Labour with team	
Buggy hire for superintendent	
Freight on tools, etc     .   .
Gum boots	
No   Vote.—Forest-clearing Block 350, lot 52<i,  Group   1
New Westminster District.
Clearing the above    .. 5 acres @ $150
Government House.
Vote No. 159.—Repairs to Building.
Glazing1,	
Repairing pump and gas fixtures ,
do       ball-room ceiling	
Vote No.  100.—Furniture.
Glassware, crockery, and repairing furniture.
Six dozen Kaza plates	
Repairing tinware	
Clock and repairs	
Coal hod, etc	
Tinware	
Paid for chairs and screens	
Crockery 	
Vote No.  101.—Fuel and Light.
Gas supply, 12 months	
Coke	
Coal oil and candles	
Methylated spirits	
Coal	
do 	
Hauling coke	
Vote No. 10%
Water.
Water supply, 12 months	
Vote No. 103.—Improvement of Grounds
Cutting grass  3 days @ $2.50
Tools
1,193 85
9 50
15 00
10 00
20 00
2 00
29 00
Flower pots	
Grass seed	
Plants and flowers for budding, etc.
Bone dust	
Lawn mower	
Hauling manure and sand	
Vote No. 164.—Fencing.
Repairing old and building new fence	
Carried forward	
10 25
30 37
40 75
56 76
18 00
3 50
3 60
3 25
2 05
64 50
75
87 00
11 00
47 50
3 00
147 00
404 60
3 00
7 50
6 25
15 00
2 46
50 00
17 50
9 00
7 00
1,279 35
750 00
102,984 94
1,509 86|
1,311 14
I 78
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
S   cts.
W Brown.
W Deasey	
M Miller.'	
P McQuade & Son.
J Huteheson & Co
J Brethour	
Do        	
T F Sinclair	
G Lindsay	
Meldram & Lindsay.
T F Sinclair	
Do 	
W H Snider	
Snider & Baker	
Do 	
Do
Pay Lists	
H Urquhart	
H Robinson	
G Stewart	
Jas Stewart	
A Stewart	
R Stewart	
Jno Stewart	
V Gale	
H Tanner 	
A Gale	
F Tanner	
W Graham	
W Parnell   	
G Canning	
S White	
A Parnell 	
J Pollock	
CBall	
D Davis	
J Smith	
E Chinnery	
E Sexton 	
J Foote	
D McGilvey	
H King 	
K Horth	
E Simpson	
G McKinley	
J John	
W Butler	
D Brown	
J Sluggett	
H Brooks 	
S Sidwell	
J Jolly   	
R Crawford	
H Raby	
H Hooton	
E RJohn 	
M Dean	
P Frank	
J Halden	
J Black    	
F Turgoose	
H Marcotte	
Brought forward	
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS.-Contiuued.
Government House.— Concluded.
Vote No. 105.—Gardener.
Services as gardener  12 months @ 850
Vote No. MOO.- -Miscellaneous.
Cleaning chimneys	
Printing invitation cards...
Two Union Jacks	
Material for table decoration
.Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.
Vote No. 107.— Victoria District.
Salary as Road Superintendent, 9 1/12 months @ $100
Allowance for travelling expenses, 91/12       it 25
Work on Oak Bay Avenue, per contract	
do       Carey road, do 	
Repairing Tyndall Avenue, do 	
Putting in box drain, Cadboro Bay Road, per agreement	
Laying sidewalk, do do 	
Building bridge over Colquitz River do 	
Construction of Glandford Avenue, per contract 	
do of extension   do do        	
In full of all claims for extras, Glandford Avenue	
Labourers on sundry roads	
Labour on Central Saanich Road,       24* days (a) S2
do do 29*       n       2
do do 20 ii       2
do do 29 i,       2
do do 29 -i        2
do do 20 ,i       2
do do 29 i.       2
do do 30£       ,,       2
do do 31 ii       2
do do 31J       ii       2
do do 28*. i.        2
do do 5 i,       2
do Mount Tolmie Cross Road, 14 n       2
do do 14 ii       2
do do 14 it       2
do do 14 M       2
do do 14 m        2
do do 19 ii       2
do do 18J        m       2
do do 19 n       2
do do 14*       m        2
do do 16*       ii       2
do do 10 n       2
Foreman, do 14*       it       3
Labour with and hire of horse & cart,   do 	
do   with team, East, West, and Cross-Roads,   7|       n       5
do do do 8 ii       5
do do do 5 ii       5
do do do 7*.        ti        5
do do do 9 ti       5
do do fi*.       ii       2
do do do 7J       ii       5
do do do 5|       ii       5
do do do 5 n        5
do do 4 m        2
do do 15 n       2
do do 4 tr       2
do do 14*_       i.       2
do do do 5J       ii       5
do do do 6*       n       5
do do do 9j        ,,        5
do do do 0 ii       5
do   and planking, do 	
do   with team, do 8 ii       5
do do do 6 ti       5
Carried forward.
1,509 J
1,609 86
6 00
11 00
3 00
3 00
29 00
1,940 14
908 00
225 75
500 00
700 00
290 00
100 00
434 70
175 00
894 00
800 00
250 00
555 50
49 00
59 00
40 00
58 00
58 00
40 00
58 00
60 50
62 00
62 50
57 00
10 00
28 00
28 00
28 00
28 00
28 00
38 00
37 00
38 00
29 00
33 00
20 00
43 50
60 00
38 75
40 00
25 00
37 50
45 00
13 00
37 50
27 50
25 00
8 00
30 00
8 00
29 00
28 75
32 50
47 50
45 00
5 00
40 00
30 00
'".478 45-
1,311 14 56 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July,'1891, to 30th June, 1892.
79
TO WHOM  PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
J T Mcllmoyl..
W Armstrong-..
D McDonald...
L Herber	
J Ferguson....
R Juan	
X Marcotte....
.1 Goyette	
J Camp	
F Heal	
F Henderson ..
W Richardson .
C Gardener....
H Peterson ....
W Temple	
J Young	
.1 Spence -.	
F Heal	
W Temple	
TSpotts	
W Og-ilvie	
.1 Heard	
R Crawford
A Ross	
VV Heal 	
T G Heal	
W Temple	
W Sills	
M Walter	
H Marcotte	
M Dean	
H Eden	
H McDonald.. .
G Hick	
Jno Farrell....
W Heal	
J R Robbins...
J Houlihan....
.1 Spence	
W Graham ....
H Kelly	
J Minn	
T Hicks	
R Porter & Son
F Spotts	
J F Chandler ..
W Rowland....
G H Maynard..
F Linaker	
W Pridmore...
W Cook	
W Pridmore.. .
J W Carey.....
W Graham ....
EDye	
J Meldram ....
J Hunt	
W P McAvoy ..
J E Painter... .
J M Jones....
E Vernell	
H Mycock	
A C Howe  ....
J Meldram ....
NLe Clair...
J Stewart ....
A Stewart	
C King	
H Courtney....
GLyall	
C Humphrey ..
NLe Clair	
E Humphrey ..
W H Snider .. .
Brought forward	
XII.-PUBLIC WOBKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued,
Vote No. 107.— Victoria District,—Continued.
Labour with team,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
East West, and Cross Roads, 14 days @ $5
with horse and cart,
with team,
repairing culverts,
with team,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
ilo
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
20
S
15
14}
124
7
3
5
2
2
2
2
2
2
and with team.
7 days @ $5
13 ,,       2
5i
3
12
4
8}
15
10 d. («) $5
U days @ $2
4 i,       5
17} .    „       2
7"        „       2
Lake Hill Road, 3d. (a 82.50; 8 days i
do 20}       „
do 17}       i,
do
do
do
Removing fallen trees,
Labour with team,
Repairs,
Labour, and with team,
do
do do
do do
do
do
do
do
do   with team, etc.,
do
do
do
do
Wood for engine,
Moving forge and tools,
Labourwdth teamandman, Gordon Hd. and cross-roads, 5 days @ $7
Removing fallen timber, do 3 n       2
Labour, Boleskine and Heriot Streets, llf       ,,       2.50
do do 4        ,,      2
do do 8 J       „       2
do do 18 „       2
Tallow for engine,  and removing fallen trees, Burnside, Carey's, and
cross-roads 	
Labour, Burnside, Carey':
do   with team,
do do
Gravel,
Labour with team,
do
Culvert,
Repairs,
Culvert and hauling gravel,
Labour,
do
do   with team, etc.,
Culvert and digging ditch,
Labour,
with team and man,
, and crc
do
do
do
do
do
Removing fallen timber,
Labour with team,
do do
do
do
do do
do do
do       foreman,
do
do      team,
do
Repairing path under bridge,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Gorge Road,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Carried forward.
s-roads,   9 days
3}
2
5
5
5'
5
12 „
4 11
and supplying gravel.
2.50
2
2 days @ $2
4        ,,      7
19
19
2
«i
21}
11
12
Arrears.
$ cts.
1,509 :
1,609 86
7,478 45
70 00
100 00
8 00
75 00
29 00
25 00
35 00
15 00
4 00
27 60
6 00
24 00
8 00
17 00
30 00
13 00
27 00
35 00
26 00
3 00
10 00
29 00
24 00
13 00
20 00
85 00
14 00
15 00
4 00
53 00
29 00
23 50
41 00
35 00
10 00
20 00
2 50
35 00
6 00
29 37
8 00
17 50
36 00
11 50
18 00
10 00
15 00
23 85
17 50
10 00
7 60
41 00
10 00
30 00
8 00
51 00
7 50
4 00
28 00
30 00
10 00
10 00
2 60
66 00
20 00
38 00
38 00
12 00
67 50
75 25
16 00
66 00
24 00
15 00
1,398 92
I- 80
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$     cts.
T Baker	
G Williams	
P Touet	
Ledingham Bros...
A Symons	
A McKenzie	
W Merriman	
■I Emery	
H King 	
T F Sinclair	
A Moflatt	
J R Carmichael....
PWTouet	
P Touet	
J Houlihan	
J Smith	
J Spence 	
J Geddes	
J Meldram	
J Spence 	
W Williams	
E J ohn	
H Marcotte	
S Brethour	
T Ferguson.        ...
J Brethour	
R Crawford	
H Hooton	
H Raby	
G McKinlay	
H Mellmoyl	
J T Mellmoyl	
W Armstrong	
E Simpson	
J Halden	
Pay List	
J Wilson	
W H Snider	
J Foster	
T Lee	
HHeal	
J Snider	
W Herriott	
W Heal	
J W Meldi-am	
J Munn	
W Graham	
J Jobson 	
W H Snider	
S Dean	
G Stelly	
W Graham	
R J Smith	
W Graham	
J Hodnett	
W Richardson	
R Dickson	
J Simpson	
W Bole	
W Auckland	
L Duval	
Jones & McNeil....
W Williams	
EG Prior &Co.
W P Say ward	
Mcintosh & Audean
L Dickinson	
Braden & Stamford
Colin & Rendell ...
Brackman & Ker...
Albion Iron Works.
G Harg;i'eaves	
H Burnett	
Do       	
Gore, Burnett & Co
Brought forward 	
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS.-C<mti«,Me</.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves— Continued.
Vote No 107.— Victoria District.—Concluded.
Labour with team, Gorge Road,
Labour,     Cedar Hill, King's, Cordova Bay, & Cross Rds..
do       on culverts, do
Repairing tools, do
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
with team,
do        etc.,
do
per agreement,
with cart, etc.,
with team,
do
do
*2
Labourers.
Labour,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
timek'p'r, etc., &mov'g camp, do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Tvndall Avenue,
do
Beacon Avenue, bov
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Cadboro Bay Road,
do       team, S4;
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Main Road and Topaze Avenue
with team and man, Telegraph Bay Road,
33} days
5}       h
<!' *2
5
5
8}
13"
26}
do
with team and bov,
do
do
do
14
ni
2}
8}
14}
13?
10}
20
27i
4}
Hi
6
12i
121
2
with team,
do
do
on bridge and sidewalk,
8
12}
10i
12
11}
12}
12}
8}
13}
16J,
Hi
Hauling rockcrusher, and storage, 11 mos., Lake Hill rd .
Labour on
do
do sidewalk,
Hauling timber near
Labour on
do
do
do
do       timekeeper,
Removing fallen timber
Labour with team,
do       on bridge near North Saanich wharf.
Tools, powder, and nails	
Lumber	
do       	
Nails   	
Ardersier's Road,
Davis' Cross Road,
Kelvin Street,
Saanich Mills,
sundry roads,
do
do
do
do
do
do
20}
20}
20}
36
22
3
Repairing pipe for rock crusher	
Repairing tools	
Tools, nails, and lumber	
Repairing steam gauge	
Laying out line, Helmcken Rood	
Taking levels and making plan, Saanich Road	
Survey of Quadra Street, between Boundary and Columbia Boulevard..
Survey and estimate of work at Company's Hill	
Carried forward.
1,609 86
4,781 37
9,398 92
6 00
2 00
8 00
4 40
2 00
67 00
27 50
50 25
40 00
50 00
20 00
50 25
35 00
49 26
25 00
17 00
26 00
53 00
25 00
28 00
24 50
12 50
43 75
73 75
27 50
53 75
40 00
54 50
9 00
22 50
12 00
70 25
61 25
61 25
10 00
28 00
8 00
48 00
25 50
51 25
24 00
23 50
25 50
25 50
52 60
27 50
49 50
23 50
20 00
21 00
68 50
10 00
7 50
40 00
5 00
41 00
41 00
41 00
72 00
115 50
35 00
132 00
6 00
121 27
251 51
20 70
2 50
1 00
13 2
28 75
1 50
20 00
25 00
32 25
37 00
12,183 55, 56 Vict.        Public Accounts,  1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1S92.
81
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE
$   cts.
G Lyall	
Pay Lists	
T Foster	
J W Meldram...
W Sills	
F Argyle	
A Johnson  	
J Costa	
R Daykin  	
J Mytton	
J Handley	
A White 	
T Hicks     	
W Hollis	
H Edens	
II Breakell	
II King	
W Carlow	
A Brehaut 	
W Mytton	
J W Stewart    ..
J Stewart	
A Stewart	
J Fisher	
H McDonald.. ..
J White	
WRoskelly	
W Graham	
C Barnes	
T Hicks	
J Foster	
F Tanner	
V Gale	
TGrice	
F Spotts	
S Hatherly	
EG Prior* Co.
It P Rithet & Co
EHolden	
F Gowdy	
A Bellamy	
A H Peatt	
Pay Lists	
Baker & Snider
II Price	
R Elliott	
T Elliott ....
J Stewart	
C
J Phair
P G Bicknell...
C J Palmer
A Johnson	
H Helgesen
Price Bros	
GCook	
C Ball	
J McLennan ..
T Helgesen
H Smart	
Price Bros	
W Fisher	
A T Peatt	
J Bennett	
C Weir	
P G Bicknell . .
G R W Stewart
S Harrison
C Brayfleld....
Brought forward	
XII.-PUBLIC yfORKS.-Continned.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—-Contimrued.
Vote No. 108.—Lake Hill Rood, Victoria District.
Foreman,
Lake Hill Road
56} davs
@ $3.50
do
Labour
on
do
37}      ,
2
do
with team.
do
17
6
do
do $3.50; horse & can
, do
58         ,
4
do
do 3 ds. (a>
$2.50, 47
2
do
horse and cart,
do
6
4
do
do
32}       ,
2
do
do
36}       ,
2
do
do
14}       ,
2
do
do
16}
2
do
do
19}       ,
2
do
do
29}
2
do
do
31}       ,
2
do
do
20}       ,
2
do
do 3 ds. (a
-2.50; 39         ,
2
do
horse and cart,
do
22}       ,
4
do
do
do
10
4
do
do
9         i
2
do
do
24}        i
2
do
do
26}
2
do
do
44}       ,
2
do
do
27          ,
2
do
do
26         ,
2
do
do
1}       i
2
do
do 3 ds. @«2.60;   1         .
2
do
driller,
do
23}       ,
3
do
engineer,
do
24
3
do
assistant driller,
do
2(1         ,
2.25
do
blacksmith,
do
16}       ,
3
do
do
7
2
do
do
16}       ,
2
do
do
16}       ,
2
do
do
16
2
do
do
16         ,
2
do
do
13         ,
2
do                  	
do	
Vote No. 10!).
-Est
ruinialt D
[strict.
Salary as Road Supt., 6} months («■ $100 = $62f>; travelling allowance.
6} months (3 $25 = $156.25 '.
Labourers on district roads	
Repairing Millstream Road, per contract. $556: extras $122	
Construction of Lime-kiln Road,   do 250;     do        10	
do sidewalk, Admiral's Road, per contract	
do do       Gorge Road do        	
Repairing Highland Road, per agreement	
do     Beasley-Milne Road,       do	
do     Goldstream Road, do        	
Hauling timbers, Albert Head Road,       7} days @ $5.50
Carpenter, do 7 n       4
do do 7 ii        3.50
Labour with team, Albert Head Bridge,       6}       u       5.50
do do do 13}      i,      5.50
Removing fallen timber, Rocky Point Road        	
Labour, do 9 it       2
do     with team, do4 days @ $5.50; 2        i,      2
Moving camp, etc., do 	
Removing fallen timber, do 2 ,,       2
Labour with team, MetchosinRd.,18d.(t?$5.50;8}       ,,       2
do do do 8}       ,i       5.50
do do do 18}       i,       5.60
do do 5 ,,        2.50
do do 4}       ii        2
do do do 10}        ii        5.50
do do do 6 ii        5.50
do Craigflower & Old Esquimalt Roads,    6}       i,       2
do do 5 it       2
Carried forward 	
1,781 37
781
25
3,081
59
672
00
260 00
386
52
211
20
60 00
100
no
30
00
41
26
28 00
24
511
35 75
74 25
2
50
18 00
26
00
5
50
4
HO
116 00
46 75
100
0(1
12 50
9
50
57
75
33
no
13
on
10 00
1,781 37  6,240 81 16,186 74
197 75
801 62
74 50
102 00
235 50
101 50
24 00
65 00
72 50
29 00
33 00
38 50
59 50
62 50
41 60
85 50
90 00
40 00
18 00
49 50
52 50
88 50
54 00
52 00
3 00
9 50
70 E0
72 00
45 00
49 50
14 00
33 00
33 50
32 00
32 00
26 00
9 30
93 52
5 00
2 50
4 50
3.003 19 82
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$  cts.
8   cts.
8   cts.
W Pridmore	
F Clayton	
J Williams 	
R S Cavin     	
G Stelly	
R S Cavin	
BC Pottery and T C Co.
Muir Bros	
J Poirie	
P G Bicknell	
A Floyer 	
D McGregor	
R Muir	
G Scale	
E Runham	
C Beasley	
J Veitch	
E Gordon 	
W Bowden	
H Kelly	
W Harper	
W Gordon	
T Hicks	
C Brayfield	
Esquimalt Water Works.
A T Peatt	
A Gale	
H Tanner   	
W Roskelly	
C Barnes	
W Graham	
J Smithurst	
E G Prior & Co ....
Albion Iron Works.
G Stelly	
W Clark	
D Campbell 	
D McKinnon	
G Babbington 	
G Francis	
W Charters	
M Cartwrig-ht	
A Floyer 	
A Godtel	
Do       	
G Burnett	
G Brown	
T McCartney	
R S Cavin -.
G Weeks     	
C W Dunne	
W H Snider	
Gore, Burnett & Co	
C Brown	
W Pridmore	
H Fisher	
T McGregor	
R Swanwick	
J W Bennett	
P G Bicknell 	
Str Phantom	
E G Prior & Co	
Mathews, Richards & Tye
WPSayward	
RPRithetfc Co	
P McQuade & Son	
E B Marvin & Co	
Nicholles & Renouf	
A McGregor & Co	
J Meston	
SL Kelly	
W Hodge	
Brought forward	
XII.-PIIBLIC WOBKS.—Ckmtinued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 109.—Est/uiiuttlt District.—Concluded.
Labour with team, Craigflower & Old Esquimalt Rds.,
do do
do     with horse, do
Hire of horse and cart, do
Labour with team, do
Repairing culverts, etc., do
Drain pipes, do
Lumber, Otter Point and Sooke Roads,
Labour with team, do       1 d. @ S2;
do do do
do do
do do
Removing fallen timber, do
do do
do do
do do
do
luring winter, do
Constance Cove Road,
do
5 davs (ct $6
6}       ii       2
blacksmith,
driller,
Labour,
Repairing
Labour,
do
do
do
do
do
Water for roekcrusher,
Wood for     do
Labour,
do
do
do
do engineer,
Expressage on tools.
Tools,
Repairing rock-crusher,
Hauling do
Foreman repairing
Labour,
do
do
Boad hire,
Repairing tools,
Freight on tools.
do
Powder, fuse, and caps,
Repairing during winter,
Hauling timber,
Removing fallen timber,
Labour with horse
Repairing culverts,
Removing fallen timber,
Assisting to lay out
Putting in culvert,
Laying out sidewalk,
Labour on
119
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
10}
3
6}
16
23
9}
22
25
23}
2»
2
2
3
2 25
3
do
do
do
do
do
do
with team,
do
with team,
Moving camp to Tugwell Creek
Tools   	
do    	
Lumber	
Powder, coal, etc	
Oil, tallow, etc	
Tent .
Public Landing, Esquimalt,
do
do
do
do
Extension Beecher Bay Road,
do
do
do
do
do
do & Sooke Rd.,
Esquimalt Road,
do
Jordan Meadows Trail
Coal Creek Trail
Helmcken Road
Admiral's Road
sundry rds., team $5.50;
do
do
do
do
do
do
5} days
4} i
2} ,
2 ,
2}        i
@$4
2.50
2.50
2.50
1.60
days (w 85.50
15} days (ti $2
4       'ii       0
Powder, fuse, and caps.
Repairing tools	
do 	
Camp utensils	
Repairing tools	
Carried forward
1,781 37
15,186 74
30
(HI
13
JO
28
00
20
00
12
On
21
00
18
00
7
00
29
50
46
75
7
00
12
00
0
00
6
00
2
00
9
00
23
50
35
00
21
on
6
0(1
13 00
32
00
69 00
19
00
18
50'
22
50
44
00
44 OO
75 00
52 87
76
50
4 00
1
54
41
59
19
50
22 00
11
25
0
26
5
On
3
75
1
50
3 00
1
00
15
00
75
00
27
50!
12
00
24
0(1
38
50
43
Oil
12 00
20
0(1
14
0(1
37 0(1
24
On
25
37
15
75
4
00
6
Oil
99
Oil
25
01
78 80
56
51
202
32
40
75
12
30
1C
oo
4J
50
16
10
e
20
2C
40
i
00,
8,187 31
23,374 05 56 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1S92.
83
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$     cts.
$   cts.        g   cts
Brought for ward	
XII.—PUBLIC; WORKS— Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 170.—Cowiehan District.
Pay List	
H O Wellbnrn	
J W Graff	
J Dougan 	
A A B Herd	
G Jones	
F Schmidt	
VV S Smith	
G Jones	
W S Smith	
A A B Herd	
G R& WH Porter.. .
R McLay	
G Rogers	
J McLay	
A Kearney	
W G Man'ley	
W S Smith	
P Auchinachie	
J Rowe	
D Brown	
A Nightingale	
A Rogers	
H March	
J Mearns	
J H Castley	
R J Manley	
W A Robertson	
G T Corfleld	
W R Robertson	
J McLay	
W Ellender	
J Kier	
E Castley	
D Evans	
A Karney	
A Robinson 	
G Kersley	
P Murchison	
J McCulloch 	
S McCullough	
H Holton	
F Cottenham	
Price & Shaw	
J Barry	
E S Thomas	
J Hawkins	
J Lafortune	
H H Hollings	
S Rowe	
J Freeman	
H S Hollings	
J Nelson	
W S Smith	
A Nightingale	
,1 Bell	
McKerrow & Shaw....
W G Manley	
W W Campbell	
A McKay	
F Lafortune	
P F Jaynes 	
W H McKerrow	
J C MeKenzie	
H 0 Wellburn	
A C Fraser	
E G Prior & Co	
G B Ordano	
Hughitt & Mclntvre ....
T Marshall '.	
G T Corfleld	
Victoria Lumb & Mfg Co
J Kier	
J T Porter	
GMark	
Labourers on district roads	
Commission on disbursements, May and June, 1891, @ 5 per cent...
Engineer constr'n Cowiehan River B'dge, 2} mos. @ 8200; bd. all'nce $70
Construction of deviation Trunk Road, per contract, $145; extras, $25
do do do 	
do road near McPherson's, do 	
do South Beach Road, do	
do deviation n'r Keeting's B'dge, do 	
do road near McPherson's, do 	
do deviation near Koksilah Rd., do     ...
Gravelling Cowiehan River Road, do 	
Repairing Bear Valley Road, per agreement	
Constructing road, Glenora to Devine's, do 	
do        road, Mill Bay to Shawnigan Lake, per contract	
do
bridge, Koksilah Road
Labour with oxen
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Labour with team,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do and man,
Labour with horse and cart,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Hire of waggon,
Repairing culvert, near Holmesdale	
Removing drift timber, Koksilah River,
Repairing approaches, Chemainus Bridge,
Labour on Cowiehan Lake Road,
Removing fallen timber, Silver-mine Road
Repairing Cowiehan Lake Road,
do do
do do
district 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
ilo
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
2} days(
9} „
58} n
100 ,i
33
4 ii
13} „
1 ii
30 ii
3 ii
25} „
11 ,i
8
IV}
39}
}
48}
18}
12}
5
3
30}
16}
10}
2
1
5}
1
Hi
30
17
15
31
1
2
14}
Meals and bed for Government Agent at Shawnigan Lake .
do and fare do Cowiehan Lake ..
Iron, bolts, washers	
Rope, nails, and hire of boat	
Lumber, hire of pile-driver, etc	
Piles and stringers	
Tent and spikes	
Tools, rope, spikes, etc	
do 	
do tent 	
do 	
$4
4
4
4
4
5
4
4
5
4
4
4
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
6
5
6
5
5
4
4
4
4
i
4
0.50
2.50
3
2
Carried forward.
2,111 16
23,374 05
7,080 85
127 47
536 66
170 00
198 00
34 50
140 00
84 00
64 50
185 00
210 00
30 00
60 00
585 00
120 00
10 00
39 00
235 00
400 00
132 00
20 00
53 00
4 00
150 00
12 00
101 00
44 00
2 50
2 50
40 00
86 25
198 75
2 50
242 50
93 75
61 25
25 00
15 00
151 26
81 26
52 50
10 00
7 50
5 00
27 60
7 00
45 00
120 00
68 00
60 00
124 00
4 00
1 00
20 00
8 00
7 25
2 50
20 00
12 00
15 00
4 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
7 25
42 89
7 75
89 93
15 00
22 00
20 73
48 20
22 00
6 75
12,739 23    23,374 05 84                  Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th
June, 1892.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$    ts.
W P Jaynes 	
A A Brownell	
J Street 	
Brought   forward	
XII.-PTJBLIC y^ORKS—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wh&vves.—Continued.
Vote No. 170.— Cowiclian District.—Concluded.
2,111 16
2,111 16
12,739 23
00 31
73 25
16 00
16 25
6 50
20 13
2 25
2 87
2 00
20 50
11 00
2 75
3 05
23,374 05
12,976 09
J McDonald & Co	
R Grassie	
R P Rithet & Co	
A Maissonieve	
P Frumento	
Koksilah Quarry Co	
Shawnigan Lumber Co ..
J Horel	
Pay Lists	
A Crate	
J Walsh	
Vote No, 171.—Islands District.
Labour with team,   Isabella Point Road, Salt Sp'g Id.    0 days @
$4
36 00
112 15
28 00
48 50
18 00
41 60
542 50
20 00
43 50
18 00
29 00
40 50
61 00
30 00
159 50
25 00
26 00
50 25
10 00
248 75
44 00
29 00
20 00
39 75
376 25
13 25
9 50
7 50
4 50
6 00
13 00
13 00
13 00
50 87
44 37
67 50
51 25
22 50
55 00
55 00
47 50
60 00
45 00
7 50
125 00
29 00
10 50
4 00
50 00
101 10
47 50
33 00
54 60
56 50
47 00
11 00
46 25
Labour,                                     do                         do          14         n
do                                           do                         do          24J       11
do                                           do                         do            9-       n
do                                           do                         do          20f       ,1
2
2
2
2
F Raynes	
G Fisher	
T D Mansell	
Labour, with oxen,                  do                         do            5         M
do                              Burgoyne Bay Road,          do           21§        n
do                                           do                         do            9         ii
do                                           do                         do          14i       it
do                                           do                         do          20}       11
do   team & hire scraper $8, do                         do          13J       11
do      do   and 2 wagons,     do                           do             5         u
do   overseer,                        do           etc.,       do          58$       n
do   with team,                     do                         do            6         n
do                                           do                         do          13         n
4
2
2
2
2
4
6
3
5
2
J Walsh	
J Horel	
E Lee	
C Horel	
S Maxwell	
Pay List 	
W J Dukea	
Pay List	
A Anderson	
J Norton	
II Caldwell	
Laaour,                                         do                           do             5          m
0
Labour,               Vesuvius and North Roads,     do           22         M       2
do     with team,                  do                       do           1\      M      4
do             do                             do                           do             5         n        4
do            do                           do                         do 3§d.@$5; 5id.@4
11 Stevens	
Foreman, removing timber,   do                         do            3:f days @
Labour,                                     do                         do            4|       ,,
do                                           do                         do            3§       11
do                                           do                         do            2}       11
do                                              do                           do             3         M
do                             Fulford Harbour Road,      do             Qh       n
do                                              do                           do             (H        11
do                                           do                         do            6£       ti
$4
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
A Gwynne	
J Anderson	
.   J Vidler	
J Miller	
H Caldwell	
J Wilson	
A Raynes	
do                                           do                         do          171
do                                              do                           do           22^        1,
do                                           do                         do          2oJ       ,,
do                            repairing- wharf,   Mayne Island,     9         m
do                                             'do                           do           22         ,,
do                                           do                         do          22         n
do                                           do                         do          19         ,1
do                                           do                         do          24         n
do                                           do                         do          1?         11
do                                           do                         do            3         it
Foreman,                                   do                         do          25         11
2.50
3
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.60
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
5
W M Robson	
C Groth ,.                .
J Robson	
J F Bodine	
W J Clarke	
W Clarke	
C P N Co
Victoria Track & Dray Co
Labour with oxen,                   do                         do            1         M
do                               Lighthouse Road,           do          25         M
Foreman,                                     do tools, 816.35, do           28}        n
Labour,                                     do   do       4        do          21$       n
do                                           do                         do          16£       11
do                                           do                         do          27|       11
do                                           do   do       2        do          47|       n
do                                           do                         do          23A       11
do   with team,                     do                         do            2|       ii
do   on roads,                                                     do          23^       11
4
2
3
2
2
2
2
2
4
2
J Deacon	
F David	
R Carnie	
F Jack 	
3,299 09
36,350 14 56- Vict.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
85
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICF..
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
C B Brick	
XII.-PUBIJC WORKS.- Continued.
Koads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 171.—Islands District.—Concluded.
Labour on roads,                                       Mayne Island,   9 days @ $2
do                                                                        do            5         ii       2
2,111 16
122 50
5 62
3,299 09
18 00
10 00
3 00
18 00
18 00
16 00
32 00
32 00
33 00
9 50
100 00
54 00
36 00
36 00
24 00
9 00
112 44
8 46
16 45
2 00
15 00
11 75
36,350 14
W M Robson
do    on roads,                                                         do             9         ,,        5
do       do                                                             do            9         M       2
do       do                                                            do            8         ,,       2
do       do                                               Galiano Island, 16         n       2
do       do                                                             do          16         ,i       2
do       do                                                             do          16J       ,,       2
Fares and freight,                                                 do          	
Constructing trail, Spalding's to Hamilton's, Pender Island, ^ contract
Labour on Main Road, Pender Island,                             18 davs @ S3
do                  do                     do                                      18     '   ,,       2
do                  do                     do                                       18         ii       2
do                   do                       do                                          12          ii       2
Inspecting district roads,                                                     3         ,t       3
Tools etc              	
J P Bodine	
J .Robson .   ..
0 T Stone 	
It Shields	
CPNCo	
L Higgs	
J Auchterlonie	
J E Hooson	
J Liddell ..
S B Colston	
W M Robson	
E G Prior & Co	
Matthews,Richards &Tye
do             	
do         	
0 Gabriel..
Vote No. 172.—Nanaimo District.
3,913 69
7,317 57
538 56
28 00
7 00
5 25
3 60
31 50
14 00
70 00
154 00
147 00
14 00
10 50
166 25
14 00
126 00
3 50
50 75
7 00
28 00
3 50
52 50
17 50
12 25
12 60
25 00
210 00
21 25
82 50
7 50
12 50
2 50
30 00
58 50
63 00
11 25
14 62
9 00
15 75
.     4 50
13 50
4 50
15 76
22 50
4 50
2 25
4 60
Commission on disbursements @ 5 %, $423.56;  1 month, $100; allow-
M Dolan	
Labour with team,                       district roads,                4 davs @ $7
do                                              do                           1         ii       7
do                                              do                            J       ii       7
do                                           do                          J      ii      7
do                                              do                           4J-       ,,       7
do                                              do                          2         ,,       7
do                                              do                         10         ,,       7
do                                              do                         22     '   ,,       7
do                                              do                         21         H       7
do                                              do                           2         ,,       7
do                                              do                           1J       ,,       7
do                                              do                         23|       ,,       7
do                                              do                           2         ,,       7
do                                              do                         18         i,       7
do                                                  do                               \       ,i       7
do                                                  do                             1\       ,,       7
do                                                  do                             1          „       7
do                                              do                          4         ii       7
do                                              do                            i       ii       7
do                                              do                          7i       ,,       7
do                                              do                           2i       u       7
do                                              do                          1|       ,i       7
Labour with oxen,                                 do                          2i       M       5
do                                              do                           5         ii       5
do                                                  do                           42         ii        5
do                                              do                           4^-       ,,       5
do                                              do                         16i       ,,       5
do                                                  do                             li        ii        5
do                                              do                           2i       ii       5
do                                              do                            i       ii       5
do                                              do                           6         „       5
Labour with horse and cart,                 do                         13         n       4.50
do                                              do                         14         ,,       4.50
do                                              do                           2i       ,,       4.50
do                                              do                           3i       ,,       4.50
do                                              do                           2         ,.       4.50
do                                                  do                             3i       i.       4.50
do                                              do                           1         ii       4.50
do                                                  do                             3         i.       4.50
do                                                   do                             1          ii       4.50
do                                                   do                             3A        ii       4.50
do                                                  do                             5"        ,,       4.50
do                                              do                           1         ii       4.50
do                                               do                            J       ii       4.50
do                                               do                           1         i,       4.50
Todd & Aikenhead
W H Pillar	
A Galloway	
A Hirst	
HPeck	
J Tippett	
C Fiddick	
R Kilpatrick	
Grant & Co	
TCassidy	
R Wilson...
G Plummer	
J Tippett....'	
Todd & Aikenhead
ED Michael	
W Turnbull 	
W G Thomas	
EHHemer	
H Ross	
H W.Wilkinson	
1
2,239 28
9,470 00
40,263 83 86
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
J Chappie	
C Bennie	
M Edgar	
J Hill	
S York	
G Vipond	
R Grenwell	
N Parks	
J Cooper	
W Thomas	
F V Hobbs	
C W Blayney	
M Edgar	
J B Stovall	
C Blaney 	
R G Richards	
J Love	
F Varney	
D McRae	
G Murton	
C McDonald	
T Store	
J Haslam	
A Olsen	
D B Lewis	
J Hill   	
J W Pemberthy	
A Shaw	
R Chappie	
J Hill	
L Castle	
P McShane	
J Craig	
R Chappie	
J Hill	
S York	
J Algar	
T McGuffie	
O'Brien & Dunlop	
Campbell & Freeman..
G Vipond	
D Westwood	
A Haslam	
Grant & Co	
Van Houten & Randle.
Renwick & Home ....
P McQuade & Son	
J Hemer	
J HPleace	
J Hirst	
E Wellington Coal Co.
G Bevilockway	
W Armstrong	
E & N Ry	
J Hirst	
Thompson & Scoville..
Freeman & Campbell..
Do
Pay Lists	
G A Smith	
J King	
J Redford	
A G Service ...
C Taylor	
M A Ward	
W McFarlane..
W S Smith ....
E G Prior & Co
F P Saunders..
R Pinkerton...
GA Huff	
M M Sarcault.
2,239 28
7 50
254 43
9,470 00
9 00
4 50
9 00
4 60
9 00
i 50
1 50
1 25
7 50
3 76
4 00
8 75
2 50
12 50
5 00
1 50
7 50
6 00
8 75
8 76
2 60
5 00
15 00
6 26
20 00
7 50
5 00
12 50
2 50
12 25
6 25
6 87
16 25
17 50
16 25
10 00
9 50
355 00
22 50
2 00
9 25
6 00
120 93
26 70
148 92
228 13
143 50
3 60
62 16
4 00
4 45
46 04
2 00
2 75
3 50
22 00
10 50
12 00
40,263 S3
XXL.—PUBLIC WORKS-Continued.
Koads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No   172.—Nanaimo District.—Concluded.
labour with horse and cart,       district roads,                 2 days @ $4.50
do                                               do                           1         n       4.50
do                                               do                           2         ii       4.50
do                                                  do                             1         ii        4.50
do                                                  do                             2          „       4.50
do                                                  do                             1          „       4.50
do                                       do
do                       Nanoose Road,
do
do                         Stark's and Bramley's Roads
do                         Victoria Road,
do                       Gabriola Roads,
do                         Richardson's Road, etc.,
do
i         ,        2.50
3         ,,        2.50
li       i,       2.50
3i       ,,       2.50
l"        i,       2.50
5         ,,       2.50
2          „       2.60
do                           -
do                         Stark's and Stovall's Roads
do                         Nanaimo Lake Trail,
do                                       do
do
Removing snow,                Nanaimo River Bridge,
Labour on                          sundry roads,
do       bridges,            Victoria Road,
do       trail,                 South Gabriola Island,
do      bridges,           Victoria Road,
do       with Supt.,      Gabriola Island,
do       bridge,             Harewood Road,
3i days @ $2.50
3i       ,,       2.50
1"        „        2.50
2 ,,       2.50
0         ii        2.50
2i       ,,        2.50
8                   2 50
3 ii        2.50
2         „       2.50
5          „        2.50
do                              Victoria Road,
do                                             do
do                                             do
do                                Nanoose Road,
do       wharf,              north end Gabriola Island,
do          do
do                                York's and Holden's Roads,
■ii       ,,       3.50
2i        „        2.50
2§       „        2.50
Od       ,,       2.50
7"        ,,       2.50
6i       ,,        2.50
4          ,,       2.50
Construction of wharf, north end Gabriola Island, $32.i
; approaches 830
do                     do            Millstreaiu Bridge	
do    	
do                             	
Meals, bed, and horse feed for Govt. Agent and forem
Buggy hire,                                     do          sundry tin
Conveying                                      do          and Supt.
Hire of boat and launch,                do                       dc
Vote No. 173.—Alberni Distric
in, at Nanoose ..
o Gabriola	
t.
10,996 69
4,445 60
482 22
27 50
27 50
7 50
7 60
25 00
2 50
8 75
91 99
60 49
12 00
31 85
10 75
Labour on                          Fletcher and Elton Roads,
do                                              do
do       bridge,             McKenzie's Road,
do                                              do
do                Sproat's Lake and River Front Roads,
do                                                  do
do                                                  do
11 days @ $2.50
11        ii      2.50
3        „      2.50
2         ,,       2.50
10         ,,       2.50
1          ,,        2.60
3|       „        2.50
do                        	
5,231 16
2,601 21
56,491 67 56 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
87
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$  cts.
$  cts.
2,501 21
10 00
75 00
24 28
56,491 67
Pay Lists	
MePh.ee & Graham	
Do
J A Coates	
XII.-PUBLIO WOBKSl—Continued.
Koads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No 174.—Comox. District.
Construction of                 Comox-Union Mines Road, per contract	
do            bridges,                        do                            do         	
do                do         Raymur's Creek,                         do         	
do                              Miller's-Anderton's Road,                        	
Labour on                           Routledge River Road,              do         	
do                               Point Holmes Road,                  do         	
do                                 Smith-Phillips Road,                  do       	
do                                 sundry roads,                               do         	
do       bridges,             Portuguese Creek,                      do         	
do                                 Brednal's Road,                           do         	
Labour,             Tsoluni River Bridge, team, 5 d. @ 86;   8 days @ $2.50
do                                     Smith's Road,                          12         ,,       2.50
5,685 94
5,150 00
389 00
349 00
45 00
100 00
350 00
250 00
94 00
149 00
27 00
50 00
30 00
82 50
65 00
5 00
10 00
31 50
91 50
8 00
5 00
2 50
5 00
40 00
140 75
18 00
134 50
268 00
50 00
126 00
68 75
75 00
45 00
133 00
14 00
49 00
15 00
30 00
26 00
54 00
139 00
375 00
10 00
2 00
8 00
22 SO
22 50
69 45
105 37
37 33
9 89
214 22
67 16
1 00
668 84
576 00
246 00
345 00
261 00
119 00
4 50
279 00
204 00
85 50
45 00
138 35
138 37
138 35
219 00
418 00
F Cunliffe  	
VV C Smith	
J T Grieves	
W Baikie	
A McKelvey	
T Leaver 	
do                                     Campbell River-Comox Rds, 26         ,,       2.50
do       with surveyor,     Point Holmes Road,                 2         n       2.50
do      with oxen,           Miller's Road,                          2$      t,      4
do       foreman,              district roads,                            9         h       3.50
do       with team,           Point Holmes Road,              15$       n       6
W Miller	
J R Berkeley	
T C Woods	
E J Millett
J Hardy	
Removing fallen timber,   Cunliffe's & Crawford's Rds	
J A Coates   ..
11 T Swan 	
do                      Puntledge Road,                       2         M       2.50
Labour on                           Pickles' Rd, Denman Id, per agreement	
do                                 Roads,                  do        per contract	
do                                     do                     do        cont., $10; extras, 88
do                                  do                    do       per contract	
do                                     do                     do                  do        	
do                                     do   E. side,     do                  do        	
W Blaikie	
W Blaikie ..
do                                     do                     do                 30 days @ S2.50
do                                     do                     do        per agreement	
do                                     do                     do        per contract	
do                                     do near sch'l, do        per agreement	
do                                     do S.E. side,   do                    do          	
do                                     do                     do                   do          	
do                                     do N.W. side, do        per contract	
do                                     do S.E. side,    do                  do        	
do                                     do S.W. side, do                  do        	
(i McFarlan	
.1 Scott	
R Scott	
.1 Skinner	
S Sutton	
A Graham	
Baikie & Graham	
J Howe	
G Heatherbell	
do                do                                          do         	
Commission on disbursements,                     do        @ 2i per cent	
do                         do                                 do                  do          	
J W Smith	
Union Colliery Co	
J McPhee
G Kerr	
Vote No. 175.—New Westminster District.
Section man,       New Westminster-Vancouver Road, 288 days @ $2
Labour,                                                do                     123        n      2
do       with team,                               do                         57i       n       6
do            do                                         do                         43}       n       6
do                                                         do                         59}       ,,       2
Labour, with team,          Richmond-Vancouver Road,   46i       n       6
Foreman,                                                 do                         68         h       3
Labour,                                                   do                         38         •-       2.25
do                                                              do                           20         ,i        2.25
do                                                              do                           61i        ii        2.25
do                                                              do                           61}       ii       2.25
do                                                         do                         61}       „       2.25
do       with team,                                do                         36}       n       6
Section man,                                           do                       209         n       2
16,014 20
A Latham	
W Elliott	
C Crabtree	
W Hicks	
T Allen	
A Gunn	
2,610 49
3,217 07
72,505 87 88
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$  cts.
S   cts.
A Allan	
J Jack	
A Gunn	
J Gunn	
J Mitchell	
W R Austin	
C Barret 	
A J Clarke	
W Boxley	
TH Cudlip	
GGibbard	
J Gunn	
P Linn	
T W Lehman	
G Elson	
J Paulson	
D Jackson 	
W Boxley	
J F Scott	
D Douglas	
R Grandy   	
H J Goater	
J Dockrill	
S Dockrill	
D Finlayson	
T R Patterson	
J Boyes	
W Murray	
T Allen 	
A Thomson	
W Murray	
R Mclnnes    ..
J Matheson	
F A Kelly	
Reid & Currie	
Brunette Saw Mills
TH Cudlip	
S W Lehman	
J Gunn	
W Deacon	
CPRy Co	
R B Kelly	
J T Scott	
Do      	
T JTrapp&Co...
Brunette Saw Mills
T Allen	
W Hicks	
J Gunn 	
W Deacon	
J Jack	
A Allen 	
T Dinnison	
J Walmsley	
J Dinnison	
J Linn	
Brunette Saw Mill
P Bowyer	
T Wren	
A Tenber	
R Angus	
C Barnes	
G H Anthony	
G Munro	
D Ford	
J R Wren	
T Ash	
J Tordiff	
R Trommer	
G Gibbard	
G Pinchbeck	
T Chester	
J R Wren	
R Silverthorn	
T Thompson	
Brought forward	
XII.-PUBLIC -WOnKS-Continaed.
Boads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 175.—New Westminster District.—Continued.
foreman,
with team,
do
Labour,
do
Freight and repairin
do      etc.,
Repairing tools,
Labour, with team,
do
do
do
Foreman,
Labour, with oxen,
do
Moving camp,
Labour,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Boat hire,
do
Labour,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Bolts, etc.,
Castings,
Lumber,
Labour,
do
Foreman,
Labour on bridge,
Freight on lumber,
Building bridges (per
do
Building fence,
Tools, spikes, etc.,
Lumber,
Labour with team,
do
Foreman,
Labour,
do
do
do
do
do
do      with team,
Lumber,
Labour,
do      with team,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Tools and spikes,
Labour, Act
do
(lumber and freight 825)
Richmond-Vancouver Road,    23i days @ $2.25
do 65 ,,       2.25
tools, do 	
do 	
do 	
Port Moody Roads, 3i days @ 86
do 12        ,,      2
do 44J       ,,       2
do 43i       ,,       2
do 52 „       2.50
do 4 d. @.J3; 8 i,       S
do 8 i,        2.50
do 	
Port Moody Bridge, 8 i,       2
do 27 „       2
do 28J       i,       2
do 22}       „       2
do 11}       „        2
do 3l|       „       2.60
do 13J       „       2
do 17}       ,1       2
do 29§       ,,       2
do 	
do 	
Coquitlam Bridge, 32 11       3
do 19i       „       3
do 24 „       3
do 34 ,,       4
do 5A       „       0
do 34}       ,1       3
do freight ¥5.25;   2 ,,       0
do 33 11       3
do 26 ,,       3.5
do 	
do 	
do 	
Scott and Kelly Road,        7        M      2
do 2i       ,,       2
do 4"       ,,       3
do 4 ,,       2.26
do 	
contract), do 	
do do 	
do do 	
do 	
do 	
Pitt River Road, 23i days @ 86
do 38 „   '   2.25
do 104 ,,        3
do 21i       1,       2.25
do 53 „        2.25
do 54 1,       2.25
do 16 11       2.25
do 16 ,,        2.25
do 16i        ,,       2.25
do 14i       ,,       6
do 	
Silver Creek and Wren Roads,   19|       ,,       2
do 4        i,      4
do 17 ,,       2
do 13 1.       2.25
do 14 ,,       2
do 15i       1,       2
do 18 ,,       2
do 11 „       2
do 	
do 22   ,,   2
do 22   „   2
do 13    ,,   2
do 7    „   2
do 12    ,,   2
do 	
do 	
erman and Huntingdon Roads,     5 11       2
do 12 „       2
CarrUd ftyrward	
2,610 49
2,610 49
3,217 07
52 85
146 25
5 50
9 00
16 75
21 00
24 00
89 00
87 00
130 00
28 00
20 00
4 00
16 00
54 00
57 00
45 00
23 00
79 37
26 50
35 00
59 50
5 25
10 50
96 00
58 50
72 00
136 00
33 00
103 50
17 25
99 00
84 50
5 25
15 50
262 66
14 00
5 00
12 00
9 00
20 00
284 00
135 00
50 00
75 13
56 32
141 00
85 50
312 00
48 40
119 25
121 50
36 00
36 00
37 10
87 00
16 44
39 75
16 0C
34 0C
54 25
28 0C
31 0C
36 0C
22 00
70 00
44 0C
44 00
26 0C
14 00
24 00
38 0C
8 50
10 0C
24 00
7,508 34 I   72,505 87 56 Vtct.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
89
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
8   cts.
8   cts.
8   cts
2,610 49
7,508 34
39 00
10 00
37 00
42 00
44 00
39 00
79 00
42 00
34 00
270 00
281 00
15 00
6 00
9 00
703 95
250 00
7 00
7 00
20 00
15 00
7 00
9 00
6 00
51 87
2 25
2 25
1,090 00
107 87
180 00
15 00
47 25
47 25
207 00
35 00
19 12
3 50
13 50
64 50
18 00
33 75
10 50
29 00
15 00
6 00
16 50
60 00
18 20
118 00
56 60
25 00
22 00
30 50
166 87
26 00
32 50
6 00
68 50
34 00
13 00
2 00
3 00
3 00
1 00
22 00
27 00
70 26
90 26
185 00
6 00
15 00
99 00
47 25
65 25
250 00
38 00
72,505 87
R McCrimmon	
XII—PUBLIC WOBES.—Contint
Koads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—
Vote No. 175.—Neir Westminster Distric
Labour,                  Ackerman and Hunting-ton Roads,
do                                                         do
do                                                         do
do                                                         do
do                                                         do
Hire of horses,                                        do
do waggon & plough 813; foreman, do
Labour,                                                    do
do                                                         do
Labourers                                Langley Trunk Road
do                                                  Yale Road,
Labour with team,                                 do
Removing fallen timber,                       do
Labour,                                                   do
Gravelling,                                              do at Sumas,
do                                                         do Section 3,
Labour,                                                   do
do                                                         do
do       with team,                                do
Foreman,                                                do
Labour,                                                   do
do                                                     do
do                                                     do
Gravelling, at Shannon Mountain,       do
Labour on survey,                     Wharnock Road,
do                                                     do
Construction of bridge, Hatzic Slough, per contract,
Labour on                                    North Arm Road,
Construction of bridge,                         do                pel
Labour,                                                   do
do                                                     do
do                                                      do
do       foreman                                do
do                                                     do
do                                                     do
Repairing- tools,                                      do
Tools,                                                       do
Labour, with team,                               do
do                                                     do
do                                                     do
do           do                       Mt. Lehman Road,
do                                                      do
do                                                      do
do                                                      do
do                                                     do
do                                                     do
Tools, spikes, etc.,                                 do
Labour,         team, 838 50                       do
do                                                     do
do                                                     do
do                                                      do
do                                                     do
do                                                     do
do                                                     do
do                                                     do
do                                                   • do
do                                                     do
do          team, 88                            do
do                ,,     4                            do
do                                                     do
do                                                  do
do           with team,                        do
do                                                     do
do                                                     do
do                                                     do
Lumber and nails,                                 do
do                                                     do
Construction of bridge,            Hastings Road, per ag
Repairing approaches, Brunette B'dge,do
Labour, with team,                               do
do                                                      do
do                                                      do
do                                                      do
Construction of 2 bridges,   Wells-Mission Road,
Labour, with team,                               do
Carried forward..
ted.
Continued.
t.—Continued.
19* days @ 82
5         ,,       2
18*       n        2
21 ,,        2
22 ,i       2
13         ,,       3
22         ,,        3
21         ,,        2
17          ,i        2
D McMillan.	
T York	
J Scott	
Pay List	
6         ,,        2.50
3         ,,        2
4*       „       2
711 yards @   0.95
R Shortreed	
J Deans	
H Johnson	
J Murchison	
3J days @ S2
3*       i,       2
4 i,       5
5 ,,       3
3*       ,,        2
4*       ii        2
E J Russell.,	
EC Carter	
W Carter	
8930; extras, 8160
48-| days® 82.25
7J days @ 82
21         „       2.25
21          ,,       2.25
69         ,,        3
14         i,       2.50
8£       i,       2.25
A McCorrie & Co	
13         „
8         i,       2.26
16          ,,       2.25
3         „        3.50
14*       ,,        2
7J-       ..       9
3          ii        2
8i        ,i        2
39         ,,        2
R Quinlock	
D O'Leary	
39J       ii        2
28i       ,i        2
12*       „       2
11          ,,        2
15J       ,i        2
66}       i,       2.50
13         i,        I
16J        i,       2
3         ,,        2
34J       „       2
13         ,,       2
4*       ii       2
C Burton	
B Taylor	
11 days @ 82
13*        „       2
B C -Mills Co	
A McCorrie & Co	
Do             	
A Latham	
reement	
2* davs (ffi 86
33         ,,       3
21          ,,       2.25
29         ,,        2.25
W Hicks	
i
2,610 49
13,096 79
72,505 87 90
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
8   cts.
cts.
t
.1 Flint	
J Wellwood	
G Mouldey	
,1 Flint	
J Schuman	
D Mc-Rae	
S J Glassy	
Do       	
A Beaton	
D McCrae	
R McCrimmon....
F McCrimmon	
D McCrimmon	
.1 Cook	
J Lally	
A Frey	
W Watt	
P Couray	
Reid & Currie	
E A Morrissey	
.1 Beaugard	
H McArthur	
.7 Ford	
F J LTytler	
R Silverthorn	
II Johnson	
W Russell	
C Gooding	
F Russell	
R L Ashton	
R G Boynton	
R McDonald	
D W Wright	
J McEwen	
N Cameron	
E Young-	
H Hydes	
Pay List	
P McNicol	
•I Honeyman	
Brunette Saw Mills.
M Boucher	
G Roleau	
G Newton	
R Hudon	
D Hudon	
J Hudon	
D Leneville	
W Leneville	
C Burton	
R Burton	
R Raberge 	
A Legace	
T Rogers	
H Rogers	
T Martin	
A Maissoneuve...   .
F Cardinal	
ZH Cyr....:	
E Garneau	
J Johnson	
M Boucher	
S Peterson	
C Phillips	
W S Thompson ....
W Bell	
C Phillips	
CCPark	
W Thomas	
A Dion	
L Thompson	
A Gooding	
E J Russell	
W Russell	
D Leneville	
Brought forward	
XII. -PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and WharVfiS.—Continued.
Vote No. 175. —Neiv Westminster JHstrict—Continued.
Coquitlaiu-PHt Meadows Road, per contract .   ...
do 2 days @ 82
do
do
do
road north of Mission,
(foreman) Sumas, Matsqui and Riverside Rd
Labour,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do   with team
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do *
do
Iron, bolts, etc, for bridges,
Tools,
Labour,
do
Superintending contract,
Survey and plan,
Labour,
3
40
3
12
253
8}
15*
29*
29J
19*
14"
19
191
15*
2*
foreman,
repairing
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Hauling gravel for
do do
Labour,
do
Labourers,
Building bridge,
Gravelling,
d.
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Sumas Trunk Road,
Matsqui Road,
Whatcom Road,
do
do
do
do
Farr Road, per contract,
assiz and Hot Springs Road
do team 4* (ti 85; 1*
do
2
2
2.50
2
3
6
2
2
6*
10*
6
5*
6
33!
McLennan and Jackman Road,
Brunette River,
G. B. Main Road,
Lumber for repairing bridge,  Nicomickl River,
Labour, Hatzic-Stave Lake Road,
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do       foreman, do   tools, 84.75;
do            do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
Repairing, Walker Trail,
Labour Stave Valley-Wharnock Road,
do Stave Valley Trail,
do do
do do
do Walworth,
do Townships 7 and 10,
do Johnson's Landing Road,
Inspecting and laying out road, Townships 15 and 19
Labour on road, York's to boundary,
do do
do do
do East side Burton's Prairie,
Carried forward	
2.25
2.25
13J@82; 0"        ii       2.25
do 456 loads (tt. 80.45
do 458 ii .45
do        13*@82; 20  days  @  2.25
do 114        ,i       2.25
per contract
do
15 days (tt $2
22
20
20
19
19J
10*
17*
15
25
43*
34*
33?
30i
344
2
2
2
3
3
2.25
2
2
2
2
34J
26*
24i
3*
per contract
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
45 days (te 82.25
2,610 49    13,096 79
120 00
4 00
6 00
80 00
7 50
24 00
77 25
52 50
31 00
59 00
59 50
39 00
28 00
38 00
38 50
31 00
5 00
15 00
9 75
17 80
15 00
13 00
35 50
22 00
21 00
10 00
18 00
11 00
12 00
250 00
75 93
25 87
40 00
205 20
206 10
71 50
25 87
150 00
260 00
250 00
13 58
30 00
44 00
40 00
40 00
38 00
39 50
21 00
35 00
30 00
79 75
129 75
77 50
66 50
60 50
68 50
19 50
69 50
53 00
48 50
6 60
100 00
104 00
70 00
80 00
78 00
100 00
150 00
150 00
101 25
52 50
12 00
12 00
30 00
48 50
2,610 49 17,646 39
72,506 8" 56 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
91
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$  cts.
cts. I
8   cts.
Williams Bros & Dawson
WD Hobson	
R Silverthorn	
Pay List	
E Bell	
A Ritchie	
A Beggam	
J Dale	
J Smith	
W Hampton  	
A Spring	
PCalder	
T Hicks	
W Tilley	
T Armstrong-	
J Baker	
A Baker  ...
E Pope	
W H Ansell	
R Thompson	
A McCorrie	
H Blig'h	
J J Wilson	
J Owen	
R Reddicliff ....'	
F Foster	
TE Ladner	
S L Smith	
J McDowell 	
.1 Melrose	
Pay Lists	
T Bigger	
1>R Bigger	
B Haines         	
T Bennett	
Bovill & Baumgarten ...
Pay Lists	
H Parsons	
Sully & Bryson	
J Beaton 	
W Murray	
J Beaton 	
H T Read & Co	
M Ferguson	
J McCallum	
A Ennis	
N Munro	
A Ennis	
Pay List	
Corp'tion of Chilliwhack.
A Ennis	
G Oliver	
J& J Miller	
E J Newton	
J D Rae	
Mathers & Milligan	
J Sprott	
Youdall & Co	
Sully & Bryson	
H Brooke 	
.1 Murray	
IT T Read & Co	
W McCubbin	
Shirley & Hoy	
Campbell & Anderson...
N P Lumber Co	
Brunette Saw Mills.   ...
T J Trapp& Co	
T Ovens	
CPRy Co	
R Robertson	
G Turner	
Brought forward.
XII-PUBLIC WORKS.-Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 175.—New Westminster District.— Concluded.
Survey & specifications, Westminster Ave. extension,   	
On account of contract for do 	
Labour, Sumas Creek Bridge, 16&
Labourers on sundry roads, Maple Ridge Municipality.. ..
Clearing
do
do
Gravelling,
Labour
do
do
do
do
do
do
Tp. 15,
Tps. 12 & 15,
Construction of bridge, Tp. 12,
Labour on bridge, do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Tp. 15,
Clapcott Road,
sundry roads,
RiverRoad,
do
Scott Road,
Tp. 12,
do
Construction of bridge, N. Lillooet River,
Labour on road,
do       bridge, Wilson's Road,
do       road,
do do
do       Scott Road, Delta Municipality
Gravelling 287^ yds. Main Trunk Rd., do
Labour on Hans-Smith Road do
do       Yale Road Langley Municipality
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
8 days @ $3.50
per contract .
do
do
per contract...
do
per contract
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
on account .  . .
, 4 days @ $2
4 n 2
Surrey Municipality
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
lQi days @ S
do do
Labourers on roads,
Labour on Bigger Road,
do        Cameron and McKay Road
do       Shortreed's to Boundary,
do       Yale Road,
Planking Trunk Road,
Labourers, sundry roads,
Labour, Yale Road,
Repairing tools, do
Having bridge from fire, Scott Road,
Construction of bridge, Serpentine River
Tools, Yale Road,
do    sundry roads,
Labourer, Yale Road,
do do
do do Chilliwhack Municipality
do do do
Hauling gravel, Yale Road, do
Labourers, do do
Amount advanced for Cultus Lake Bridge,  do
Labour, Mt. Shannon Trunk Road, do
Gravelling Lulu Trunk Rd., Richmond Municipality, 588.! yards @ §1.70
Hay, grain, & carrots for horse, Road Superintendent
Saddlery, do do
Bran, do do
Hay and grain, do do
Sundry travelling expenses, do
Hay and grain, for horse, do
Shoeing, etc., do do
Assistance in office, do
Moving pile-driver from Mud Bay to Sumas . .
Tools, powder, etc	
Drawing board	
Cooking' utensils	
Tools, spikes, etc	
Tools, powder, etc	
Lumber	
Tools   	
Repairing tools	
Freight on lumber	
Conveying message 	
Laying out road work,
5 5-6 months @ !j
17 days @ fr7; expenses, S45.45
Carried forward.
2,610 49
2,610
17,646 39
72,505 87
108 00
1,600 00
33 00
236 60
205 40
102 50
18 90
85 50
28 00
40 00
45 00
25 00
90 00
39 00
79 50
49 00
30 00
12 50
88 45
25 00
446 75
100 00
12 00
220 00
22 00
224 00
536 56
213 44
8 00
8 00
1,096 25
230 40
92 07
150 00
126 40
60 50
1,483 50
21 00
9 30
35 00
731 00
7 60
IS 10
13 00
3 00
233 66
73 36
403 30
276 25
200 00
209 84
1,000 00
47 00
8 76
15 75
22 26
580 00
96 52
9 00
466 66
14 00
239 55
6 50
14 10
132 85
23 30
157 11
9 60
87 66
15 00
2 00
164 46
30,962 76
103,468 63 92
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1801, to 30th June, 1892.
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
S   cts.
$   cts.
Pay Lists	
C J Branch	
A McKenzie	
F Gott	
H Harding-	
G B Taylor	
O iHerbert	
L'Christian	
P Kinney	
H Van liuskirk	
CDietz	
C W Hozier     	
R McCarron	
J Schofield	
P Fannin	
H S Cleasbv	
W P Swalwell	
W Bailoy	
A'' McArt.hur	
J McLaughlin 	
J Johnson 	
A Stanifield	
R Thompson	
G B Taylor	
J Heathcote	
J McDonald   	
D Angus	
VV VV Shaw	
F Heathcote	
M Hyatt	
OT Hall	
Do     	
G Wallace	
G B Taylor	
C McKenzie	
WT Hayhurst	
G Finney    . .
T Christian	
J Phillips	
T Heron	
H Murray	
A C Overton	
J Christian	
G R Lawes	
H Archibald	
A McDonald	
D McKay	
D McLeod	
W McLeod	
J T Hatherly	
E Duprat	
H Hill	
Indian Johnny	
CT Hall	
A C Preston	
W M Roy	
Indian Hat Jam	
J D Cameron	
W R Swalwell	
G B Taylor	
F Heathcote	
CAR Lambly	
Douglas Lake Cattle Co
R Clark	
S Armour	
T Hornby	
H Thompson	
T Murray 	
D Cameron	
D Nicholson	
T Heathcote	
Indian Ska-Kee	
E O'Rourke	
J Barber	
W L Flood	
Brought forward	
XII. -PUBLIC WOBK&—Continued
Koads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No.  1.70. — Yale District.
Foreman and labourers on district roads and trails .
Labourer,
do       foreman,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Kamloops Nicola Road,
South Thompson Road,
Enderby-Vernon Road,
do
Okanagan Trunk Road,
do
Enderby Road,
do
MoKinnev Trail,
do
Inkamup Trail,
do
Lansdowne-Vernon Road,
Nicola-Granite Creek Trail, 44"
Okanagan Mission Road,
O'Keefe's Bridge
Mission Road,
do
Gillaume's Road,!
Cherry Creek Road,
Okanagan Mission Road,
Pleasant Valley Road,
Meighan's Creek
2i davs <» $2.50
5| ",, 2.50|
3i       ,,        !
3
7
7i
3
17
6
10
5
5
17i
2.50
2.60
2.50
2.60
2.60|
3
3
3
3
2.50
2.251
2.50
2.50|
2.50
3
4i
2.50
2.50
2.50
do       on approaches, Tulameen River Bridge
Hire of team hauling logs,
do do
do etc.. ..
12J
Labour with team,
do
do
do
do   waggon,
do   team,
do
Hire of team and scraper
Labour with team,
do
do
do
do
do
do
Removing drift wood,
Enderbv Bridge
'do
EnderbyiRoad,
do
do
O'Keefe's,
9
2
34
VernoniStreet,
do
Okanagan Mission Road.
Boundary Flat	
25
15J
4.50
4.50
Okanagan Mission Road
Salmon River Road,
South Thompson River Bridge...
do do do 	
do do Tulameen Bridge	
do       snow-drifts,    Nicola Road	
do do do        	
do       drift, wood,    Kamloops Bridge	
do do do 	
do       slides, etc.,    Enderby Road	
do      drift wood,    Enderby Bridge	
do do do 	
do       fallen timber, Boundary Creek to Grand Prairie
do do do
do do Similkameen Trail	
do do Vernon and Spallumcheen Road..
do do Okanagan Mission Road	
do       mud slide,      Pleasant Valley Road	
do do do
22 days
¥4.50
4.50]
Paid for removing,rock slide, Penticton Road
Hauling lumber and repairing culverts	
do   tools and moving camp	
do   lumber, North River Road	
Moving camp	
Labour, with team, Okanagan Mission Road,
do do
do do
do do
Moving camp, etc.,
do Lewis Creek	
Hauling lumber, $10; lumber, S14.25	
do 	
do 	
7 days (a> $b
14
144
16i
22
5
2.50]
Carried forward.
2,610 49
103,468 63
18,760 65
6 25
13 75
7 00
2 50
7 50
17 60
18 75
7 50
42 50
18 00
30 00
15 00
15 00
43 75
99 00
77 50
5 00
2 50
10 00
2 00
3 75
7 50
11 25
3 00
4 50
10 00
25 00
68 50
5 00
19 50
45 00
10 00
174 75
30 00
80 00
■23 86
112 50
69 76
60 00
35 00
9 50
99 00
9 00
2 50
2 50
3 00
10 50
15 76
1 25
2 50
12 50
2 50
11 00
50 00
6 00
12 00
3 50
2 50
5 00
6 00
10 00
10 00
17 75
3 50
3 50
35 00
72 50
72 50
82 50
65 00
12 00
24 25
2 00
16 00
20,716 411 103,468 63 'Ai Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to :50th Junk, 1892.
93
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
8   cts.
■?   cts.
*i   cts.
2,610 49
20,716 41
12 00
106 79
6 75
6 00
63 05
28 70
74 47
15 97
11 03
10 20
4 74
10 UO
15 20
17 25
3 00
6 60
11 20
6 00
10 50
3 00
2 30
5 00
13 75
13 60
6 75
2 00
22 00
45 12
19 71
120 00
1 90
4 10
29 25
14 46
32 43
20 30
7 50
12 50
73 07
6 60
12 86
2 00
20 75
101 75
25 76
2 00
16 25
13 75
4 50
3 75
2 60
3 61
318 05
6 64
18 84
28 77
23 09
10 30
1 50
1 50
309 00
70 00
235 60
21 50
97 50
10 00
7 00
46 24
7 00
5 00
24 02
10 95
3 50
2 00
41 25
103,468 63
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.-Continued.
Koads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote. No. 170.—Vale District—Continued.
E G Prior & Co
do  	
A Derby	
Wood & Tunstall	
,f Wardle. .
do	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
P W Foster
do             	
R Ryder 	
do           	
Tools	
M Oppenhcimer	
do 	
do  	
W W Gibbs
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Harvey, Bailey & Co	
W T Thompson	
Hudson's Bay Co	
do 	
Tools	
J Moffit
A E Howse	
S C Smith	
P Bissett 	
do	
do        	
do        	
L W Patten	
do       	
do        	
Shuswap Milling Co,
T Ellis	
do        	
do        	
do        	
E O'Rourke	
do        	
G P Raven	
A Derby	
W R McDonald	
do             	
C Willard .   ,.
do             	
do             	
do             	
H Schultz   	
do             	
do             	
do             	
W Riley	
do             	
Me Arthur & Co	
RE Smith	
do             	
E O'Rourke	
do             	
T Costley .
do             	
do             	
do             	
Rey & Quinville	
do              	
do              	
do             	
J Mellors.	
do                              do               	
do             	
R L Clark	
G Forsvth	
do             	
do             	
do             	
Indian Harry	
do             	
do             	
do             	
do             	
J P Smith	
do             	
do             	
J T Edwards	
do             	
Carried forward	
2,610 49
23,099 62
103,468 63 94
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th Junk, 1892.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
B C Express Co	
Bligh & Lvne	
P Bisset   	
E H Wood	
S Armour	
T Hornby	
E Greenhow	
MeDougall & Co	
FBrait	
Enderby Hotel	
B X Ranch	
G Whelan	
T Hornby	
O Schie	
CPRy Co	
Wright & Lawrence. ...
W F Bonvette	
N McPhee     	
Shuswap Milling- Co	
C P Ry Co	
A Stevenson 	
H C Fraser	
C Shakie	
TCostley	
T A Goldsburgh	
L Christian	
F Heathcote	
CAR Lambly	
Indian Jackson	
M McQuaig	
A M East	
A H Wade	
Coldstream Hotel	
T D Shorts	
J P Roddick	
D J Creighton	
H J Muller & Co	
P Ellison	
Gallagher & Stevenson .
J Corrigan	
T Alvarez 	
Wright & Lawrence	
Enderby Hotel	
Wright & Lawrence. ...
MGMonford	
Armstrong Hotel	
D Nicholson	
A Wade	
S & 0 Ry Co	
A Bassett	
J Swan 	
A Johnson	
J W Allan	
E A Jones	
Lane & Brown	
D McBride	
R JSidley	
Indian Edward	
T Heron	
McLennan & Lynch. ...
J McConnell	
H Rose	
J T Edwards	
A McConnell	
W G Macmynn	
J W Patterson 	
D L Jones   	
J G Bristol	
J P Roddick	
II Grevell	
Brought forward	
XII—PUBLIC "WORKS.-Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 170.— Yftle District.—Concluded.
. etc	
Hav, grain
do 	
do 	
do
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Freight on tools	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Caretaker, South Thompson Bridge.
Boat for caretaker, do 	
Fares for Supt. Stevenson and foreman, sundry times	
Hire of horse, do       	
do do       	
do do       	
do do       	
Allowance for horse for foreman Similkameen Trails.
do do Okanagan    	
do do do 	
do do Rock Creek, etc	
Ferrying Road Supt. at Hope	
Meals, bed, and horse feed for C. Lambly. inspecting roads
do do do do
do do Superintendent    do
do do do
Fare and meals, do
Paid packing for Government Agent,
Provisions, do
Meals and bed, do
Fare of teamster to Vernon	
Hire of buggy for Government Agent,
Meal for do
Ferrying do
Buggy hire for Hon. F. G. Vernon,
Meals and bed for Government Agent,
12 months @ S10
do
do
do
do
do
Buggy hire, do
Meals and bed, do
do do
do       teamster, do
do do
Fare, do
Meals, bed, & horse feed, do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
In charge of Tulameen River Bridge, 0 days (g? S3.
do       erection Mission Creek Bridge   	
Damage to saw	
Stamps for Superintendent	
Repairing roads west side Okanagan Lake	
Labour on Osoyoos Roads,
Repairing culverts,       do
do do
Putting in culvert Okanagan Mission Road	
Extras on contract, Kettle River Bridge	
do North do 	
do bridg-e near Kruger's	
Labour with team, Heffly's Road	
do Nicola Road	
Repairing road at mouth of Kettle River	
Construction of road east side of Spallumcheen River.
Labour on Pentieton Trail, per contract 	
Hire of team, Hope-Popcum Road	
Exploring route for Siwash Creek Trail..  	
Hire of team, 68 days @ S2.S0	
12 days (ft S3
14        ti       3
Carried forward.
2,610 49
23,099 62
4 85
1 00
39 00
47 50
29 37
16 04
11 52
21 96
36 00
1 50
15 00
16 00
6 28
1 60
10 72
1 50
1 00
120 00
25 00
60 65
10 00
1 50
4 75
? 00
152 60
37 50
15 00
5 00
50
5 00
2 50
5 00
10 00
14 00
2 75
3 70
9 00
1 00
25 00
1 00
1 00
2 50
15 00
31 50
3 00
6 00
2 50
7 50
2 00
4 50
18 00
7 00
2 00
3 00
250 00
36 00
42 00
3 00
5 00
150 00
325 00
203 97
12 00
5 00
20 00
622 50
65 00
20 00
6 00
170 00
103,468 63
25,913 78
2,610 49
129,382 41 ">6 Vict.        Public: Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
95
TO WHOM PAID.
FOll WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
8   cts.
$   cts
$   cts.
!
2.610 49  	
129,382 41
Pay Lists	
R Chishohn	
M McCartney	
XIL—PUBLIC WORKS — Continued.
Itoads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No.  177.— lillooet  District.
Labour on                             ('anise Creek Trail,                   2 days @
do                                                      do                                4      '  ii
do       on approach,    Lillooet Bridge                          4         ■>
do                                                  do                               1         ii
do       painting,                           do                              9         n
$2.50
2.30
2.50
2.50
2
5 00
10 00
10 00
2 50
18 00
13 00
130 00
25 00
53 76
27 50
50 00
W Cumming	
Indian Bones	
WG Duguid	
VV H Vader	
do                                Howe Sound Trail,                  62         m
do                              51-Mile Trail                           lo        ,,
do                                           do                                    2U
do                                57-Mile Trail,                            11         n
do                             Loon Lake, Bonaparte Trail, 20        h
do                              Hat Ck., Marble Canyon Rds. 31        n
do                                Canoe Ck.-Empire Valley Rd. !)         n
do                                Dog Creek Road,                      IS)         ,,
do                                              do                                10         n
do                                              do                                40         i,
do                                   Lillooet-Clint on Road,              12          M
do                                             .    do                                     5         o
do                                                       do                                        5          M
do                                                  do                                     9         h
do                                                  do                                   18         i,
do                                              do                                26'         n
do                                                  do                                     31|5   „
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.5<
2.50
:;
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
G Lasher	
J Bradbury	
J Miller	
W Saul	
J Haller	
\V Bonn	
J Dickens 	
11 McGregor	
G Lasher.	
W Lee   	
77 50
22 50
57 00
47 60
100 00
30 (10
12 60
12 50
22 50
45 00
65 00
8 00
2 50
5 00
T J Cole	
R Valenzue'.a	
,1 Haller
do        slides,                                                                        5          n
do           do                                                                           2         ti
do          do                   Pavilion Mountain,                  5         n
2.50
2.50
2.50
12 50
5 00
12 50
2 00
29 00
85 50
98 50
45 10
10 00
37 00
5 00
5 00
10 00
71 25
8 00
8 00
57 76
10 00
21 45
3 75
170 39
66 31
11 30
9 75
250 19
20 50
1 00
25 90
5 50
64 50
7 00
P Cullen	
Indian Little Dick	
P Grinder	
H 0 Bowe	
J Dickey	
S Lyne	
• W L Meason	
T J Cole	
G LePo	
E Bell	
F Garrigan	
do	
VV Cumming	
Harvey & Lowther	
P Gallagher	
G Le Po
do   powder, etc 	
do   etc	
P Garrigan	
do               	
do                 	
6 75
11 75
76 11
13 00
11 00
15 30
62 00
1  00
do	
do           	
W H Keatley	
do                                                        .    .. .*	
do           	
J Allen	
do           	
I) Hurley...
do                               	
G R Tinker...
do                	
2 0C
73 95
7 0(1
11 50
13 00
J Haller	
do           	
do                                               	
H 0 Bowe	
do                                                      	
do                     	
do                                             	
2 on
1 50
4 60
3 50
5 48
H Felker	
do           	
G Lee Po  	
do          	
do           	
M Gillen ...
do                               	
2,610 49
8,287 48
129,382 41 90
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$  cts.!
A H J Martley..
C O'Halloran .   .
T Barton	
J Haller  	
J Marshall	
A Burnett..   . ..
J B Quinn	
VV H Keatley ...
W Camming....
H McGregor	
B C Express Co.
J Pollard	
P M Clinton....
Pay Lists	
E Perkins	
R Cresswell	
M Pinkerton	
F McKenny	
K McLeod	
R Brodie	
J Malcolm    	
J Phibbs	
M Y Ross	
C Ross	
A B Drummond	
J Mofflt   	
R L Shaw	
A Mcintosh	
C Foyle	
0 T Hance	
J Phibbs	
J K Barker	
H Crawford	
J Swan	
G D Chiappini	
J L B McLain	
W Everts	
M Driscoll	
J Evans	
H McDermott	
J L Metz	
A Isnardy	
J L B McLain  	
R A Collins	
F J Tregellis	
G L Sheppard	
J Stewart	
Walker & Johnston	
E Perkins   	
G Pickard	
W Adams	
Indian John Scotchman
J Peebles	
G Dester	
R Pritchard	
J Malcolm	
J Allen	
J Mathers	
C H Johnson	
Vieth & Borland	
E Telle	
F Littler	
J Shaw	
R Young	
J Deacon	
C Laronde	
G B Shaw     	
Indian Charley	
L M Dodd..	
1 B Nason	
Brought forward	
XII.-PUBLIC \YORKS.-Continued.
Koads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves— Continued.
Vote No, 177.—lillooet _Z>(.s'tfWcf.—Concluded.
Hay, grain, etc	
do 	
Allowance for horse hire as Road Superintendent,   4^ months @ $10
Lumber, etc	
do
Repairing Crow's Bar Road, per agreement
do Quinn's Road, do
do       culvert, Lillooet-Clinton Road, 	
do do 2 days @ $2.50
do do 1      '  ,i       2.50
Expressage of tools and fares of men	
Wintering horse	
Stamps for Road Superintendent	
Vote No.   178.—Cariboo District.
Labourers on district roads and trails	
Labour on Lightning Creek-Burns Mountain Road, 0 days @ §3.50
do Barkerville roads and bulkhead,                           h       n       4
do do                                                            6£       ii        4
do do                                                          25"        ii        2.50
do do                                                            8         n        3.50
do do                                                          32.i-        |(       350
do Keithley-Harvey Creek Trail,                         	
do Chilcotin roads,                                                    33         n       3
do do                                                          20          ,,        3
do do                                                          25         „       3
do do                                                          24£       n       3
do do                                                            9          i.        3
do do                                                          60         n       3.50
do do                                                            9£       n       3
do do                                                          22         n       3
do do              per contract,                 	
do Alkali Lake Road,                                             27         n       3
do do                                                 .   13         ,i       4
do Crawford and Mackin Road,                              15          m        3
do Soda Creek-Beaver Lake Trail,                         3         m       3
do Williams Lake Road,                                        	
do do                                                            3         m        3.50
do at 150-Mile House,                                            24         n       3
do Mosquito Creek Trail,                                            1          n    ....
do Soda Creek-Hawks Road,                                 25         n       3
do Bear Lake Trail,                                                 3         m       3.50
do Beaver Lake-Keithley Creek Trails, etc.,      11         m       3.50
do Chimney Creek-Pinchbeck Road, per contract	
do Williams Creek Trail,                                            5         n       3.50
do Soda Creek Hill, per contract,                        	
do Lightning Creek Trail,                                          5          M        3.50
do Antler Creek Trail,                                                 6         n        3.50
do Grouse Creek-Antler Creek Trail,                      3         n       3.50
do Hardscrabble Creek, per contract,                 	
do Brown-Lightning Creek Trail,                            8         n        3.50
do Alexandria-Ouesnelle Trail, per contract,     	
do sundry roads,                                                    11         M       3
do with team, and moving camp, etc	
do do                           do                   	
do do                           do               11 d. (ft 83; 3         n       6
Removing fallen timber, Stanley Road, 3         n       3.50
do do            Cunningham-Harvey Ck. Trail, 2         n       3.50
do do            Grouse Creek Trail,                    7         n       3.50
do do            Forks Spanish Creek Trail,       6         n       4
do do            Fork Little Lake Trail,             	
do do            Keithley Creek Trail,                	
do do            Antler-Cunningham Ck. Trail, 3         n       3.50
do do            Antler-Snowshoe Creek Trails	
do do            Mosquito-Sugar Creek Trail,     6         n       3.50
do do             Keithley-Beaver Lake Trail,      9         m       3.50
.   do do             Hixon Creek,                             	
do do            Cottonwood River Trail,           	
do snow from bridges and trails	
Packing camp outfit to Antler Creek	
Lumber, powder, tools, and repairs	
do do	
Carried forward	
2,610 49 '     8,287 48
9
55
4
00
45 00
69
40
165
94
200
(Id
150 00
■2
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5
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2
60
29
10
25
25
4
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2,455 25
21 00
2 00
26 00
62 50
28 00
113 75
12 00
99 00
87 00
75 00
73 50
27 00
•210 00
28 50
66 00
75 00
81 00
52 00
45 00
9 00
34 00
10 50
72 00
3 58
75 00
10 50
38 50
150 00
17 50
75 00
17 50
21 00
10 50
84 00
28 00
100 00
33 00
10 00
14 00
51 00
10 50
7 00
24 50
24 00
23 25
8 00
10 50
42 00
21 00
31 50
45 50
25 00
14 00
8 00
29 26
329 04
2,610 49 I  5,157 04 138,381 63
129,382 41 56 Vict.       Public Accounts,  1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
97
TO WHOM PAID.
TOR WHA'I SERVICE
Brought forward	
XII—PUBLIC VfQUKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No.  178.—Cariboo  District.—Concluded.
Vieth & Borland	
0 Darpentigny	
P C Dunlevy	
R McLeese	
G F Hawks	
J Hepburn	
Eagle & Paxton	
J K Barker	
J L Metz	
S A Rogers    ...
Do        	
Postmaster Quesnelle..
8 Downes 	
A DMcInnis	
R McLeese	
•JT Mayer	
O T Hance	
W Pinchbeck	
Vieth & Borland	
Eagle & Paxton	
S A Rogers	
W Ellis	
G Dester	
McMartin & Bourgault..
Indian Harrv	
H Bear	
W Ellis	
F Guy 	
Lumber, powder, tools, repairs, etc	
do
do  -■•-...
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do	
do 	
do	
Hay, grain, etc	
Stamps for Superintendent St. Laurent
J McCabe	
E Shearer	
D MeQuaig	
G Mulligan	
J Campbell	
\V Foster	
J Martin	
Indian Joe	
T Harvey	
Do      	
G W Cook	
E G Prior & Co	
Callbreath, Grant A Cook
J McCrimmon	
Hudson's Bay Co	
Do 	
Do 	
Do 	
Do 	
Do 	
Do 	
Meals, bed, and horse feed,
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
' do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
Meals, provisions, and ferriage,
Assisting
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
crossing river .
exploring route
Meals, bed, and horse feed for Government Agent, paying men
do do Superintendent Stephenson
Vote No    17lt Cassiar District
Labour on Thibert Creek Trail, 3 days ice $5
do Telegraph Creek-Pease Lake Trails,   29     ' ,,       5
do Quartz Creek-Centreville Trails, 4 r,       5
do Telegraph Creek Trail, 	
do do 12 „       3
do do 26 ,.       5
do do 	
do       bridge, do 7 n        2.50
do District trails, 299 ,,       5
Paid Indians for assistance at Tal Tan Bridge.
Tools	
do
do   and freight	
Removing snow from bridges	
Paid foreman and labourers, Port Simpson and Georgetown Trails .
Planking and tools, do
Paid surveyors, locating do
do   foreman and labourers, Port Essington and Standard Trails..
do   planking, tools, and nails, do
do   foreman and labourers, Hazelton-Omineea Trail	
Tools, provisions, and supplies, do 	
Pay Lists	
P Quirk	
A Fenwick	
R Brownrigg ...
S Brewer	
J Young .  	
J Hannay 	
E Pagnin	
W Paris	
N Hanson	
J L McKay	
H C Pollock ....
A McTavish ....
R Magee	
W Dainard	
WSlade	
Vote No.  180.—Hast Kootenay District.
Labourers, District roads and trails	
Labour on approaches, Fort Steele Bridge, 18 days @ $2.50
do       bridges near                  do 13 i,       2.50
do      Findley Ck. Flat,         do 13 i,      2.50
do Si 2.50
do      bridge at Grohman's, 17        i,      2.50
do Wolf and Sheep Creek Rd., 2        „      2.50
do Dutch Creek Flat, 16        ,.      2.50
do       road at Fort Steele, 3        u      2.50
do do Windermere, 	
do          do                              do     teaming, *28; 11 „      2.50
do       foreman, Golden Slough Bridge, 4i       M       3.50
do                                                  do 4J        „       2.50
do                                           do H      i.      2.50
do                                           do U      „      2.50
do      with team,                   do 1 ,,      6
Carried forward	
2,610 49
3,326 49
5,157 04
30 00
95 47
S3 6S
62 87
73 76
18 00
92 73
43 96
48 00
24 85
49 18
3 00
18 60
5 50
72 76
4 60
14 00
4 00
1 50
5 00
14 00
11 60
10 00
6 60
3 00
26 00
3 50
5 00
15 00
145 0C
20 0C
36 5C
36 OC
130 0C
25 OC
17 5C
1,495 00
10 00
2 00
3 00
2 91
35 00
944 50
537 OO
14 00
355 00
129 32
1,602 75
674 49
10,823 17
45 00
32 50
32 50
21 25
42 50
6 00
40 00
7 60
38 26
56 60
15 75
11 26
11 26
11 26
6 00
11,198 67 160,61
138,381 68
6,987 68
6,229 97 98
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$  cts.
H Y Low	
W Livingston	
W Dickie	
W Clemes	
C Nelson	
A McMurdo	
A Burgranu	
J Power	
W Dainard	
F Berthume	
H C Pollock	
T Woodcock	
W J Kirkpatrick	
W H Johnston	
H Granger 	
J Allan	
R Desmond	
J Leeson	
J H Semple	
A Reid	
A McMurdo	
P Kinney	
R Thornbury	
T Woodcock	
W Teggart	
G Jarnagan	
T Jones	
J Dodd	
H J Sharp	
J Harris	
CM Edwards	
W French	
T H L Fenwick	
P Quirk	
E White	
F P Norbury	
H C Pollock	
A McTavish	
J Strong 	
W Forsyth	
J Campbell	
S MuGee	
C C McKay	
Slade & Wallinger	
P Kenney 	
W Kirkpatrick	
N McRae.   	
W Johnston	
D Larmour	
J Stoddai-t	
J McKinlay	
E Kinney	
W French	
J Dibble	
C Levitt	
G Geary	
S Brewer	
J Young	
A Pagnin	
M Dainard	
R Love	
A Campbell	
R L T Galbraith & Bro
R Brewer	
E Couture	
F P Armstrong	
J Bailey	
W Johnston	
WDoull	
W White	
A McMurdo .....
C J Brownrigg	
R C Rusk	
J Brown	
Indian Francis	
Brought forward.
XH.-PUBLIC WORKS.-Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No.   180.—East Kootenay District—Continued.
foreman,
road at
do
do
do
foreman,
foreman,
do
do
Labour,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
uo
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
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Building bridge at
Labour,
Construction of
Repairing road at
do
Removing driftwood.
do
road,
snow fence
with team,
do
do
do
do
do
do
road, Carbonate L'd'g, team'g, 850
do
do
do
do
do
Bush River Trail,
Blue Water Trail,
do horse, 85;
do
Jubilee Trail,
do
Toby Creek Trail,
do
Waggon Road,
do
Blackwater Trail,
do
do
do       teaming, Sll;
McMurdo Trail,   do        31:
do
do
do
Toby Ck. Bridge, do        98;
do
do horse, $5;
do
Golden-Lime Quarry Road,
do        teaming, 842;
Weaver Creek Trail,
do team, S6;
Bull River Trail,   horse,   1;
Fort Steele Rds, team'g,   6
do
do do   $88;
Carbonate Bridge,
do
do
do
do
do
Sundry roads, teaming, 872
Carbonate Trail,
Sinclair Creek Road,
Toby Creek Bridge,
do
do
do
Windermere Rd., team, 812
Sleigh Road,
do horse,   4
Moyea Trail, team,   6;
Fort Steele Bridge,
do
Shuswap Reserve,
9| days
31
Dutch Creek Flat,
do
do
do
do
do
Wild Horse Creek,
Fairmont,
Windermere Trail,
Mud Lake-Dutch Ck. Trail,
Donald,
Whisky Hill Road,
Fort Steele Bridge,
slide and building bridge, Grohman,
snow, McMurdo Trail Bridge,
fallen timber,   Waggon Road,
driftwood, Kicking Horse Bridge,
do Dutch Creek Bridge,
do St. Mary's River Bridge,
CarriM forward	
'S3
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
3
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.60
2.50
3.50
3
2.60
2.50
2,
3
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.60
2.50
2.5(1
2.50
2.60
3.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.6(1
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
40
4
13
17*
10
*i
per contract
do
do
do
do
8 d;
37
*2.50
2.50
2 days @ 82.50
3,325 49    11,198 67
150,599 28
79 00
77 50
20 00
22 50
22 50
15 00
22 50
32 50
37 50
39 00
15 00
92 50
50 00
50 00
12 50
25 00
20 00
76 86
20 62
63 50
133 00
85 00
85 00
85 00
188 00
5 00
92 60
35 00
25 00
99 50
35 00
16 00
8 50
186 00
8 75
270 60
21 00
12 50
12 50
12 50
12 5'l
12 60
102 00
75 00
30 00
18 76
40 00
20 00
75 00
24 50
10 00
14 00
8 50
5 00
3 25
18 00
51 00
240 00
24 00
78 00
61 25
45 01
27 00
50 OO
40 00
350 00
50 00
15 00
20 00
92 50
15 00
20 00
15 00
5 00
9 50
3,325 49'   15,086 15 150, 56 Vict.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 189 L, to 30th June, 1892.
99
J T Galbraith & Bro..
C J Brownrigg	
N Hanson	
Durick & Warren ....
R A Kimpton	
F P Armstrong	
H G Low	
Upper Col Nav & Tran Co
Manuel & Ruttan ...
M B Lang 	
W French   	
J Stoddart 	
R Manuel	
J C Greene	
Indian Emilus	
F Berthume	
GH Low	
W Hustwick	
Indian Eustang	
T Mercier	
OCN&TCo   	
R A Kimpton	
R Rusk & Co	
J Stoddart	
M Dainard	
.1 T Galbraith & Bro..
Durick & Warren ....
W Hustwick	
U C N & T Co	
C Daines	
F P Armstrong	
C Levitt	
E C Parker  	
J T Galbraith & Bro. .
F P Norbury	
W French	
R Brownrigg	
Geary & Stoddart .
S Brewer	
N Hanson	
Pay List	
Revelstoke Mining Co
W J Goepel	
Wilson & Perdue	
Do 	
A Bunker	
G Laforme	
McLean & Co	
A Bunker	
Do      	
J Keefer	
JEMellor	
J Houston	
Dunn & Cameron ....
E Carpenter	
Indian Pete   	
E Johnson	
A McDonald	
THorne..	
G B Nagle 	
C Chambers	
WF Wakefield	
G Atchison	
J J Baker	
P Gannon 	
J W Smith	
R J Kirkwood	
C Lindmark	
J Ranch	
G B Hamilton	
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS— Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.— Continued.
Vote No. 180.—Hast Kootenay District.—Concluded.
Lumber, tools, spikes, etc	
do        	
do        	
do 	
do     •   	
do        	
do        	
do        	
do        	
do        	
do        	
Repairing tools and shoeing horses	
do do 	
Mending harness	
Packing and moving camp, etc	
do do 	
do do 	
do do 	
do do 	
do do 	
do do fares, etc	
Hay, grain, etc	
do 	
Wintering horses	
Locating trail, North Fork Spillemcheen River, 8 days @ 83.50
Provisions, A. P. Cummins, Gold Commissioner, inspecting roads
Hire of horse, do
Meals and bed, do
Fares, meals, and berth,   do
Hire of horses, do
do     boat, do
Hire of horses, Officer Dennis,
do       and services, do
do
do
do
Meals, bed, horse feed,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
sundry times,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Vote No.  181.— West Kootenay District.
Labourers on district roads and trails	
Labour on Ainsworth Road, as per agreement	
Grant towards construction, Rover Creek Trail, do 	
Repairing Sproat Trail, do 	
do       bridge, Robson-Nelson Road	
Clearing on Vernon Street, Nelson, do 	
Constructing trail to Goldstream, per contract 	
Labour on Nelson streets, do 	
Building bridge, Silica Street, Nelson, do 	
Grading, Stanley        do do 	
Repairing bridge, Bluff do do 	
Labour on Nelson do do 	
Towards construction of bridge, Bluff do 	
Construction of wharf, Nelson, do 	
Labour, Lardeau Trail, 10 days @ S3
do      packing, do 	
do do       etc., do 	
do do 27 days @ 82.50
do       locating do 13 n       3
do       superintendent, do 3 mos. 21 it   125
do       foreman, do 4 u       4
do Ainsworth Waggon Road,       18 n       3
do do 8i      ,.      3
do do o\      „      .3
do do 6 ,,       3
do do 5 n       3
do Fish Creek Trail, 11 ,.       3
do       with team, near C. P. R, Station, Revelstoke,  	
do do do 	
do do 10   '     I,       2.50
Carried forward	
3,325 49    15,086 15  150,599 28
97 53
27 00
473 8£
41 4t
51 95
56 25
19 2C
281 57
108 62
128 64
5 75
4 00
6 00
3 25
3 00
25 00
3 00
3 50
3 00
20 00
15 00
6 82
11 82
40 00
28 00
16 00
9 51
3 0C
31 50
27 00
15 00
12 00
109 00
2 00
5 00
6 00
10 00
12 50
6 00
18 86
17,158 08
450 00
600 00
100 00
17 00
35 00
500 00
3,656 99
123 20
175 00
101 20
52 00
287 13
4,000 00
30 00
94 50
65 50
67 50
39 00
461 50
16 00
54 00
25 50
16 50
18 00
15 00
33 00
23 37
16 50
25 00 100
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
S  cts.
$    CU
Brought forward
A McPhee	
H McRae	
C McMillan	
J McDonald	
J Miles	
C McGinnis     ...
D McPherson	
C McMillan	
G Williams	
T E Marshall	
A McRae	
W Armstrong	
S Douglas	
D McDonald	
A Hunter	
A Parks	
C McMillan	
J Sanderson	
J T Donaldson	
J F Hume	
Fletcher & Co	
Green Bros	
Revelstoke Mining Co...
H F Keefer	
W Kirkup* Co	
C PRy Co	
Bourne Bros	
D A Lamey	
R E Lemon	
H Geigerich	
Brown & Evans	
Hunter & McKinnon	
G A Bigelow	
G Terryberry	
J A Harvey	
Str Midge	
E Picard	
Str Galena	
Bremner & Watson	
CiKSNCo	
F L Fitch	
A Mclntyre	
E Bray	
W D Armstrong	
J Anderson	
T E Home	
Str Nelson	
Str Spokane	
G Long	
C PRy Co ,	
T Richardson	
D Woolsey	
W Pyer	
K&CRyCo	
G T Kane	
W McKenzie	
W Prior	
R Mathewson	
H Kershaw	
E Carpenter	
Str Lytton	
T Richardson	
A Melntyre	
J Fletcher	
Topping & Hanna	
T Richardson.  	
Shannon & Morrison ...
TMulvey	
AEHodgins, CE	
T Barrett	
HHWard -...   ..
PLett	
P Gannon 	
H McLean	
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS.-CVm*im«etf,
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No 181.— West Kootenay District.—Concluded.
Labour,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
foreman,
on washout,
with teams,
23 days @ S3
23 ,,       3
26 n       3.50
13J-       ..       3
20
10J
5"
5
5J-
5i
5
4
8
9
3.25
3
2.7;,
3
■2.75
2.75
2.60
■2.50
2.50
Sproat's-Boundary Trail
do
Nelson-Boundary Trail.
Nelson streets,
do
Slocan Trail,
do
do
do
Flat Creek Trail,
do
do
do
Removing fallen timber, Big Bend Trail,
do do
do do
do Toad Mountain Waggon Road
do Sproat-Nelson Trail, per agreement
Removing brush near Government Offices, Nelson,        6 days @ $3.50
Tools, powder, provisions, etc	
Tools, powder, etc	
do provisions 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Repairing tools	
do       	
Moving camp, transporting supplies, fares, etc	
3,325 49
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
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 horse, etc.
Meals and bed, N. Fitzstubbs, Gold Commissioner, inspecting roads..
Hire of horse, do do do
Meals and bed,          do                       do                              do
do                    do                       do                              do
do           J. Kirkup, Government Agent,                     do
do Officer Giffin, paying off	
Expenses as Superintendent, Slocan Trail	
Engineer, Nelson Street improvements	
Inspector of material, Nelson wharf     	
Assisting Engineer, do 	
Exploring route, Schroeder-Kaslo Trails, 7 days @ $3
do do 7        H      3
Hire of boat and horse, Marcus-Nelson Trail	
Carried forward.
28,256 47
3,325 49
69 00
69 00
91 00
40 6'>
3 00
60 00
56 25
34 12
15 00
13 75
16 50
15 12
13 75
10 00
20 00
22 50
16 50
*
50 00
21 00
648 99
27 50
567 46
44 00
12 50
31 92
41 00
7 50
51 05
59 36
59 77
1 80
23 95
1 00
7 00
4 75
48 60
10 00
13 50
144 75
110 50
15 CO
20 60
15 00
27 00
12 00
14 00
2 25
1 50
10 00
6 70
79 00
12 00
25 00
13 77
12 00
10 00
30 6:)
5 00
52 07
23 50
7 50
2 50
5 0C
21 0C
13 60
5 Of
2 Of
37 0C
410 0C
138 00
15 0(
21 0(
21 0(
10 0(
	
31,905 74
199.338 70 56 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
101
TO WHOM  PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
J St Laurent
A Stevenson	
Do 	
T Barton	
Pay Lists	
J Craig	
W Boucher	
E Humphrey
E Gravel	
J Craig	
J Low	
E Deslorier	
W Armstrong ...
A D Mclnnis
D Edwards	
H S Timon	
E Humphrey
C Stabler	
E Ogden	
G P Cross	
T G Earl	
J Bradbury	
S Montgomery ..
F McKenny	
G P Cross	
E Deslorier	
R Berry	
F W Foster	
J Morrow	
C Marer	
J Halliday	
J McLeod	
J Fleming	
W Bowron	
W Allan	
G Harris	
S Phillipine	
J James	
W Abel	
A Johnston	
B Deschamps.   ..
C Marer	
H Mohur	
0 Durpentigny ..
1 B Nason	
G Slater	
E Boulanger 	
Vieth & Borland.
H Moffatt	
G Johns	
A J B Mason	
F W Foster	
D A Stoddart....
E G Prior & Co.
PC Dunlevy	
Hudson's Bay Co
A P Buie	
J Reid	
D J Creighton . ..
J Murray	
R Curnow	
W Bailey.	
S A Rogers	
J B Uren	
J Smith	
W Morrison   ...,
W Lyne	
G Johnston	
A McArthur	
J Peebles	
W Robertson
E C Davison	
J Lehman	
GSilmis	
I B Nason	
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.-Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No.  182.—Main Trunk Road.
Salary as Superintendent of upper sections
do do lower     do
Allowance for horse hire,
do do
Supt. Barton and labourers.
Labour at
with boat,
on washout,
removing timber,
do
12 m.
12
12
5
I SI 50
i 150
i 10
,      10
Quesnelle Bridge,
do
Soda Creek,
Bonanza Hill,
with horse & cart,
removing timber,
Gordon & Yale Bridges.
90-Mile Post	
Stanley to Barkerville .
Davis Creek Bridge . ..
Soda Creek Hill,
repairing bridge .
on bridge approaches .
Cache Creek to Clinton,
on slide	
82
27
12
Nicloa Road,
removing timber,
on bridge, etc	
(Indian) removing slide	
repairing Gordon Creek Bridge
Yale
Clinton to Cache Creek,
repairing bridge	
removing timber Bonanza Hill .
Stanley to Barkerville,
Bridge Creek Hill	
Barkerville to Richfield,
repairing bridge	
25
12
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Lumber, etc.
Labour,       20
do        19
do            4
Maintenance of road, Barkerville to Cottonwood, winter'!
2 davs
1        i,
16 days @ 82.50
1.50
2.50
2.50
2
3.50
9i
repairing bridge, etc	
Stanley to Cottonwood,
near Texas Lake,
Barkerville to Slough Creek,
and lumber, Barkerville	
, bulkhead, Barkerville	
3.60
3
2
3.50
do
Tools  	
do    	
do    	
do carts, etc.
do    	
do tents, etc.
do
,, 2.50
,i 2.50
n 2.60
, bal. con
'91-92, per cont.
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Repairing tools and shoeing horses.
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Lumber, etc	
Carried, forward.
Arrears.
S cts.
S   cts.
*   ets.
3,325 49
6 00
3 00
6 00
3 00
8 00
180 00
1,800 00
1,800 00
120 00
60 00
14,396 49
6 00
3 00
6 00
3 (0
8 00
2 50
385 00
5 00
6 00
3 50
68 25
40 00
3 00
112 00
54 00
25 00
30 00
3 60
62 50
24 00
10 50
27 00
3 00
2 00
4 00
25 00
3 68
3 00
38 00
2 50
5 00
3 00
10 00
10 00
49 00
15 00
44 00
105 00
133 64
47 00
60 00
48 75
10 00
180 00
449 00
30 00
184 15
24 75
236 81
1 25
114 49
38 42
113 00
35
4 79
1 00
12 52
66 58
340 75
28 75
60 40
20 75
89 25
91 25
22 12
118 25
62 00
28 75
14 00
54 00
3,531 49    22,042 10 199,338 70
199,338 70
I-
■.nviMC.IAL LIBRARY, 102
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
TO WHOM  PAID.
FOR  WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
8   cts.
$   cts.
G B Armstrong & Co...
FW Foster	
Blair & Co	
Brunette Saw Mills
W Ellis	
S A Rogers	
G Sansom	
E Bell	
WBoyd	
Eagle & Paxton  	
Vieth & Borland	
D D Cullen	
A J McKinlay	
J McLeod 	
J Mundorf	
E Doughty	
O Darpentigny	
A Clemes	
E McGrath	
A Coutlee	
F W Foster	
C Marshall	
D Murphy	
R A Collins	
ASUlrich	
Fslker Bros	
C H Tingley	
P C Dunlevy	
E Dougherty	
M J McCarthy	
G Forbes	
J D Chiappine	
J Wright	
R McLeese	
A Carson	
J Saul	
L Cusson	
S Downes 	
J Boyd	
W Robertson	
A B Ferguson	
Bligh & Lyne	
.1 Murphy	
W Allan	
B C Express Co	
M Eagleson	
F Guy	
A D Mclnnes	
E Duclos	
A Boulanger	
S H Bohanon	
J Peebles	
R Lovett	
Marshall & Smith	
W Morrison	
P Morens	
A Gordon	
J Pollard	
W A Johnston	
M R Eagleson 	
AC McDonald	
F W Foster	
P Eagan    	
VV Black	
A Switzer	
W B Gladwin	
A J Hautier	
M Eagleson	
A Clemes	
Indian George     .
Bligh & Lyne	
C P Ry Co	
Postmaster Quesnelle .
J C Boyd	
A BBuie	
Brought forward	
XII.-PUBLIC VfOKKS.-Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No.  182.—Main  Trjtnh Road.—Continued.
Lumber, etc ....   	
do       	
do       	
do       	
Hav, 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 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Wintering horses	
do 	
Bringing in horse to Barkerville	
Purchase of horse	
do      two horses	
Taking 2 horses and carts to Quesnelle	
Repairing Alexandria Bridge, per contract	
Moving camp, freight on tools, etc	
do do 	
do do 	
do do 	
do do 	
do do 	
do do 	
Fares of superintendents, freight and telegrams .
Stamps for superintendent	
do do 	
do      and stationery do 	
Carried forward.
97 50
106 75
3,735 74
22,042 19 ]
120 81
55 04
31 33
282 26
50 12
129 09
106 00
268 27
35 00
77 60
132 46
15 00
6 50
52 0(.
2 60
1 00
17 27
43 01)
8 00
8 60
79 53
2 80
3 25
43 66
50
4 26
6 50
27 00
40 62
5 50
2 00
14 72
6 50
27 76
20 00
2 00
11 50
68 63
63 97
35 30
1 00
3 00
41 87
79 61
77 48
3 00
5 00
4 80
166 25
24 60
117 12
16 17
1 60
5 00
2 00
4 96
1 76
148 00
106 75
S 00
199,838 70
200 00
253 50
40 00
150 00
50
34 41
2 60
10 35
1 00
10 00
9 00
346 75
6 00
3 00
4 00
26,838 75  199,338 70 56 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
103
TO WHOM PAID.
FOB WHAT SERVICE.
S  cts.
*   cts
P C Dunlevy .
W Walsh. ...
Agassiz Hotel.
Indian Peter..
A Irwin	
J Corrigan
F Alvarez	
Indian Charley
R McLeese .
A D Mclnnis...
S Downes	
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued
Vote No.  182.—Main Trunk Rotttl.— Concluded.
Meals, bed, and horse feed for superintendent
Hire of horse do
Meals do
Canoe hire do
Horse hire do
Meals do
Ferrying do
do do
Meals, bed, and horse feed do
do do do
do do do
W Healey	
P Irvine	
P Hand	
E G Prior & Co
Indian Johnnie
Pay Lists	
J Love, Supt	
E Williams	
R Pinkerton	
J A McCarter... .
W Armstrong ...
C R Graves	
J Frank	
E Mulherne   ..  .
J H Pinkerton...
W Leeson	
A McLachan	
PMcGhiau	
F Lavine	
FC Wiltshire ...
T Walkray	
R Winslow	
A C Swan	
W Mills	
D A McMillan ...
J A McCarter. ...
Do
O'Brian & Dunlop
C Plunimer	
D A McMillan . .
Str Isabel	
J H PleaceJ	
J Lowrv	
J Hirst".  	
Vote  No.   188.— Victoria-Na.naimo   Trunk   Road   (Gold
stream to Shawnigan).
Labour 134 days @ S2
do        15 ,,       2
do        15 ,,       2
Tools	
Compensation for land taken for deviation of road	
Vote No. 184.—Nanaimo-Alberni Trunk Road.
Labourers ,
Commission on disbursements (a> 5%, $93.38; 10 days @ $3.50.
i month @ $100, $50; allowance for horse, 87.50	
Labour removing fallen timber  23 days @ $2.50
21
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
repairing washout
do
do
do
do
do
do
with horse and cart
do
with team
do
do
Hauling tools	
Freight on tools	
Tools, powder, etc	
Repairing tools	
Meals and horse feed for Government Agent, inspecting road
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
2.51
2.50
1
2
3
2
2J
2£
1|
2
2
3
Si
2
8
27J
H
2.6C
2.5(
2.50
2.51
2.50
2.50
2.5c
2.5C
2.50
2.5(
4.5C
4.6C
5
6
5
J Murchison
Pay List	
W Cookson.
W Brown	
R Brown ....
R Beaton....
W Campbell.
J Livingstone
M Nelson....
GSeeley	
A C Axford..
CMcColin...
A Deans	
Vote No. 185.—Trunk Road, ladner's to Hope.
Repairing road from Sumas to Aldergrove, per contract	
Labourers	
Labour         1 day @ $2
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
4
18
15
13
2
2.5C
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Carried foricard ■
3,735 74
25,838 75
2 60
6 00
1 00
1 00
2 00
1 00
50
2 00
17 50
8 00
3 25
268 00
30 00
30 00
31 90
15 00
2,260 80
185 88
57 50
15 00
62 50
45 00
3 75
1 50
2 50
5 00
7 50
6 00
6 25
6 25
4 87
5 00
5 00
7 60
8 75
33 75
9 00
40 00
136 25
6 25
3 75
2 00
18 90
21 69
1 00
948 00
460 50
2 00
8 00
45 00
80 00
16 00
11 00
19 00
26 00
12 00
18 00
32 00
3,735 74
1,627 50
25,883 50
I 104
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$  cts.
Brought forward 	
XII—PUBLIC WOHKS.-Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 185.—Trunk Road, ladner's to Hope.—Concluded,
E George   Labour
F Foster      do
J W McCallum
C W McCallum .
S McKee	
W Brown	
H Holden   	
R Newman .
J Bovill	
S Cawker	
P 0 Switzer
TJTrapp&Co     Tools, powder
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
@«2
2
i        5
i 5
5
5
i       5
.        5
,        2
Hi
 12£
do      	
15
do      	
do      	
do       	
.    6
do      	
     0
do      	
2
do      	
removing fallen
)Owder, etc..
timber	
H Ferguson, Beeve .
W H Ladner, do .
J W Sexsmith, do
J Maxwell, do .
T E Kitchen, do .
W Drinkwater, do
ET Wade, CMC...
Vote  No.   180. — Municipalities   throughout   the   Frovince
Grant to Municipality of Maple nidge	
do do Delta	
do do Richmond	
do do Langley	
do do Chilliwhack	
do do North Cowiehan.
do do Surrey	
Hill & Kirk	
W Mashiter	
0 Wilkie	
A C Gordon	
A D Drummond ...
J Grant	
Rae & Madill	
A D Drummond ...
R Pifford	
J T Mcintosh	
H Eppinger	
JMcGee	
JT Mcintosh	
H Eppinger   	
L Lachapelle j    do
T J Wilson	
T H Lehman	
W Frazer    .
J Rae	
M Fadden 	
J Kingston	
Reid & Currie	
Campbell & Anderson
L Wilson	
Vote No. 187.—Sguamish   Volley Road.
Survey and plans of road	
Provisions	
Chainman on survey    II days @ §2.25
do do        11 m       2.25
Cook, etc         	
Construction of section 1, per contract	
do
do
do
do
do
Chaining off work, etc   3 days @ #2.25; 9 days
Hire of boat, §2; labour     14 i
Labour        9
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Pay List	
Bonanza Mining Co .
B Geasness	
do      	
do      	
do      	
do        	
do      	
Lumber   	
Hods, bolts, and washers
Tools	
Hire of boat	
22
2.25
2.25
spikes, &3.50; 30
     7
2
2.50
Vote No. 188.—Toad Mountain  Mines Road.
Pay List	
W D Alcock	
Gallagher & Stevenson .
Martin Bros   	
W F Cameron	
O T Hance ....
Pay Lists	
T Marshall ....
R McLean	
TJ Nightingale
W Swanson'....
Labourers	
Moving tools, etc., to Nelson	
Repairing tools	
Vote No. 189.—Trail, Kettle Ricer to Columbia  River.
Labourers	
Hire of pack horses	
Conveying road party to Monashee Mountain	
Tools	
do	
Vote No. 191 .—Chilcotin Road.
Compensation for work done	
Labourers    ...
Labour   32 days @ &3
do    54£   n   3
do    16|   m   3
do    17'   <,  3
Carried forward	
3,735 74
3.735 74
$   ets.
8 00
23 00
62 60
75 00
25 00
30 00
30 00
30 00
10 00
30 00
6 00
27 96
1,000 00
1,000 00
1,000 oo
1,000 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
166 25
40 25
24 76
24 76
19 00
279 04
171 35
286 27
212 17
168 85
189 42
24 76
30 00
18 00
11 25
49 50
31 0C
13 00
78 50
14 0C
83 47
40 23
15 76
8 00
228,554 74
3 00
7 00
1,587 50
295 00
40 00
49 45
41 17
500 00
1,347 25
96 00
163 50
50 00
61 00
2,207 75
1,984 98
1,999 55
7,999 :
2,013 12
249,552 25 56 Vict.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1<S92.
105
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$  cts. i
E Humphrey ...
H Strause ..	
J Anderson	
R Ross	
.T McLeod	
W M Strause ....
M Y Ross	
R L Shaw	
J Evans   	
H Crawford	
E King	
L Jarvis	
R McLean 	
J Salmon	
W Swanson	
OTHance	
CBowe	
A Switzer	
Reid & Johnston
,1 D Mcintosh. ...
.1 Reid	
S A Rogers	
F VV Foster	
D Ercole	
T MoEwen	
JB Uren	
E C Davison...   .
W Robertson	
P Bourgeault... .
Hudson's Bay Co
W B Gladwin....
S Lyon	
B C Express Co..
S Downes	
R McLeese ......
A D Mclnnis ....
F J Nightingale .
0 T Hance	
G Dester	
W Allan, PLS. .
J Williams	
Indian Louis ....
Do   Billy	
J Haller	
Marshall & Smith
Pay Lists	
Vieth & Borland	
Do 	
G Hamilton	
P McQuade & Son	
B C Express Co	
Dominion Express Co
G Johnston	
J Bellmond	
J K Barker	
JSellars	
FGuy	
Corpor'n City of Victoria
Pay Lists	
Brunette Saw Mills
Albion Iron Works
P McQuade & Son.
E G Prior & Co ...
FW Foster	
A B Buie	
Brought for ward	
Xn.-PIJBLTC WORKS.-Continued.
Kuatls, Streets, Bridges^anrt Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No.  191.— Chilcotin   Road.—Concluded.
Labour  2b' davs @ $3
do      	
do      ....   	
do      	
do	
do       »	
do      	
do	
do      	
do      	
do      	
do      	
Moving camp, hauling timbers, etc.
do do
do do
do do    -
do do
do do
Lumber	
do      	
Tools, rope, etc	
do
i  3
13*
3
13i
3
324
3
30j
8
33*
3
39
3.50
1(1
i   3
•)
3
23
2.50
8
2.50
58 days @ -S5
no
hay, grain and powder .
Hay.
do and grain	
Repairing tools	
Harness and repairs	
Iron work	
Hire of road scraper	
Pitch, oakum, and oil	
Freight and storage	
do 	
do 	
Meals, bed, and borse feed for Superintendent	
do do do 	
do do do 	
do do do 	
do do do 	
do do do 	
Making survey of road, $90; board allowance for men, ^21.60.
Services with horse on survey	
do do        '    	
Hire of horse and canoe on survey	
Meals and bed for surveyor	
do do 	
Vote No.   192.- Road to Forks of Quesnelle.
Superintendent Anderson and labourers
Tools, camp outfit, hay and grain	
Hire of man and horse 5;days @ §4
Hire of waggon and harness
Tents
Freight on same	
do 	
Repairing tools and shoeing horses ...   	
Tools, etc	
Tools   	
Hay 	
Hay, grain, and meals and bed for Superintendent.
Vote No. 193. -Victoria  City, towards maintenance of
trunk roads within recent extension of city limits.
Grant as above.
Vote No. 195.—Bridge, Thompson River, at Lytton.
Workmen 	
Lumber	
Ironwork	
Tools, rope, blocks, paint, oil, ect ''
Iron, steel, spikes, etc  WW
Rope !!!!*.!!!!
Tools, nails, etc  WW.
Carried, forward	
3,735 74
2,207 75 249,552 25
78 00
97 50
40 60
40 60
97 60
91 50
100 60
130 50
30 00
6 00
57 60
20 00
5 00
30 00
7 60
S3 75
7 00
290 00
140 60
4 25
125 05
92 50
153 29
42 00
17 00
188 25
20 75
7 60
10 00
16 26
•28 33
85 20
3 75
12 60
44 00
2 50
2 50
7 00
1 00
111 60
20 00
16 00
20 00
4 00
4 50
7,005
25
691
6b
20 00
15
IX)
53 05
11
76
3 75
56
25
8
25
7
00
6
00
116 68
3,529 88
1,601 12
1,779 39
288 60
166 18
18 00
108 51
7,491 68 106
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
C Wallace   ...
H Kane	
L D Loring...
J McKay	
CP Ry Co,...
CPNCo	
Colonial Hotel
W Rockett	
Pay Lists	
W Boucher	
A Johnston    	
CH Ross	
J Themir	
H Martin	
J Patteson	
M Drioli 	
G Hamilton	
Reid & Johnston..
C Laronde	
Albion Iron Works
E B Marvin	
E G Prior & Co ...,
Vieth & Borland ..
Hudson's Bay Co..
J Reid	
S H Bohanon	
W Robertson .     ..
W B Gladwin	
J Chenhall	
R A Walker	
H Moffatt	
M R Eagleson	
C P Ry Co  	
B C Express Co...
W Rockett .
A McCorrie.
Do
Pay List	
P Bourgeault	
J Robinson	
Minton & Bourgeault .
J Reid	
R McLeese	
O T Hance	
P C Dunlevy	
F M Beecher	
Pay Lists	
H Piercy & Co.
Urquhart & Co.
J W McKenzie.
J McPhee	
E J Millett
S Peeke	
S Creech	
Brought forward	
XII.-PUBLIC  WORKS—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No.  195.—Bridge, Thompson River at lytton.
Concluded.
Blacksmith work 	
Grain	
Hay	
Pasturing horse, etc...  	
Freight on material and fares of Superintendent	
Fare, New West, to Victoria and return    do       	
Meals and bed at do do       	
Vote No 190. —Bridge,   Quesuellemouth.
carpenter, expenses §21.25;
Superintendent 5£ months @ §200 =
Workmen	
Labour, boat hire §5.
do
do
do
do
do
do
Lumber
do
Piles
§1,100; expenses $105.75
82£
72^
67
2H
davs @ S3
85
3.25
3
3
Ironwork, etc	
Blocks, rope, spikes, etc	
Iron, spikes, tools, etc	
Harness, etc    	
Tools, powder, etc	
do 	
Hay and grain  	
Blacksmith work andjmaterial	
Freight and storage of material 	
do do 	
do do 	
do do 	
do do 	
Fares'of Superintendent and carpenter to Ashcroft	
do do        to Quesnelle 874; freight §7.50 .
Vote No.  197.— Bridge,  Duncan's.
Construction of bridge, per contract, §2,869; extras, 8116 ..
Vote No. 198.—Bridge,  Vedder Creel*.
Construction of bridge, per contract, §2,345; extras, §231.30 .
do approaches, per agreement	
Vote. No. 200.—Bridge, Chilcotin.
Workmen	
Lumber 	
Getting out bridge timbers  7 days @ §3
Labour with team hauling lumber 32 a       7
Tools   	
do    	
do   etc 	
do    	
Expressage on tools	
Vote No. 202. — Wharf at Comox (Repairs).
Workmen    	
Lumber and piles	
do       	
Tools, ironwork, etc	
Tools, etc	
Hire of boat	
do 	
Commission on disbursements @ 5 %	
Carried forward	
3,735 74
3,735 74
7,491 68
2,576 30
423 70
1,256 00
601 30
21 00
224 00
7 25
7 25
17 00
21 50
7 50
1,240 60
247 95
525 23
191 00
126 98
35 00
13 25
104 70
266,102 10
4 50
110 58
117 90
43 75
1,148 44
5 00
16 00
8,937 85
1,206 75
4,909 50
11 00
475 75
268 12
120 75
217 50
201 00
64 50
3,390 89
129 25
15 00
648 56
85 15
91 51
55 36
74 60
328 26
449 47
255 35
100 11
63 88
322 60
5 00
28 24
26 50
81 60
13,625 00
2,985 00
3,000 00
2,162 80
2.4S4 71
299,297 46 56 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July,   1891, to 30th June, 1892.
107
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
8  cts.
*  cts.
t   cts.
3,735 U
299,297 46
XII.   PUBLIC WOBKS.-Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves--Continued.
Vote No.  2tt:i.— Wharf, 1'ulfortt  Harbour.
87 00
65 12
53 76
70 00
67 00
36 25
11 60
26 25
104 00
8 00
24 15
20 00
61 85
142 02
41 76
102 50
50 00
47 50
46 25
42 50
50 00
E Haskins	
J Horel	
Labour,    boat hire, 82 25^        ,,       2.50
do              214       n        2.50
do        team, $12     22        ,,      2.50
J Miller	
do              14J        'i        2.50
do        oxen, 2 days @ $2     3        i,      2.50
J Wilson	
W Perkins	
Victoria Lumber Co	
E G Prior & Co	
R Mahon 	
Keefer & Smith	
Vote  Wo.   ■!04.— Wliarf,1tialittuo   Island.
573 02
Victoria Lumber Co. ....
Matthews, Richards &Tye
W Clark	
W J Clark	
Foreman  204 days (& $5
Labour  20         ,,       2.50
do        19         i,       2.50
do          17"        ,,        2.50
Vote No. 205.     Wharf. Stilt Spring  Island (North side).
G Shephard	
C Grath	
584 88
260 00
99 91
3 00
3 00
171 75
82 50
76 25
110 00
49 37
83 12
35 00
70 62
46 87
24 00
22 00
139 97
35 39
167 50
75 00
77 50
83 75
46 37
47 24
43 50
E G Prior & Co	
A Raynes 	
H Caldwell	
J Horel	
do        19|       ,i       2.50
do        14         ,,       2.50
do          18}       ,,        2.50
J Vidler ,	
J Nightingale	
H Caldwell	
do              11          ,,       2
Vote No.   200.— Wharf,  Kuper Island.
1,137 39
Matthews, Richards &Tve
W Clark	
J Shephard	
W Cook 	
W J Clark	
do          31          ,,        2.50
do          334       ii        2-50
do          27          ,,        1.75
Str Isabel         	
Vote No. 207.— Wharf, Hornby Island (1'Jxtension).
716 22
R Grant & Co	
120 37
71 SO
88 76
140 00
67 50
67 50
32 60
57 50
42 50
Matthews, Richards &Tve
do                	
W Clark	
W J Clark	
F Ford	
do          13          ,,        2.50
T W Shields	
Str Isabel	
687 93
3,735 74
302,996 40
1 108
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th Junk, 1892.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
8  cts.
$  cts.
S   cts.
3,735 74
XII.—PUBLIC WOBKS.—Continued.
Koads, Streets, Bridges, and "Vfh&rvcs.—Concluded.
Vote No. 208.— Wharf, Denman Island (RepairsJ.
E G Prior & Co	
81 27
8 87
7 88
100 00
50 00
50 00
42 50
40 62
47 50
39 75
do                                                             	
W Clark	
W J Clark	
Labour  20         ,,       2.50
do  20         ,,       2.61
do          17         i,       2.50
do        16*       „       2.50
do          19         i,        2.5(j
T W Shields
Str Isabel	
468 39
Vote No. 209.—Ferry at Soda Creek (Improving).
F McQuade & Son	
656 43
49 75
549 50
172 00
39 00
15 00
6 60
E 0 Shephard	
J Moffit ...               	
Labour     43 days @ S4
do        13         i,       3
J Mackin	
AD Mclnnis	
1,488 18
Vote No. 210.—Soda Creek Ferry Subsidy.
Vote No. 211—Chimney Creek Ferry Subsidy.
Vote No. 212.—Chilcotin River Ferry Subsidy.
600 00
Vote No. 218.—Thompson River Ferry Subsidy.
400 00
Vote No. 214.— Ilia Bar Worry Subsidy.
Vote No. 214a.—Helnicken Road (Victoria and Msqaimalt
Districts).
200 00
1,681 00
Surveys.
308,633 97
Vote No. 215,—Surveys throughout the Province.
Survey of Boundary Line, Island Railway Belt.
W Ralph	
Services as surveyor, expenses, fares, etc., 882.10; 6 mos. @ 8250
do        commissariat officer, expenses,   52.25; 4   n   29 da. 75
do                          do                                       1   ,i             75
do        chainman,             packing, 4 ds. @ $2; 4   ,,   29,,   60
do           do                                 do        4      ..      2; 4    ,,    29 „    55
do        cook,                                                      1   ii   15 H   60
1,582 10
424 75
75 00
306 00
281 17
90 00
F McMillan	
A C Houghton	
W Weeks	
3,735 74
2,769 02 56 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
109
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$     cts.
$   cts.
8   cts
Brought forward.
XII.-PUBLIO WQUKS-Cmtinued..
Surveys.—Continued.
Vote No. 215.—Surveys throughout the Province.—Continued
Survey of Boundary Line, Island Railway Belt.—Concluded.
H Wright	
J Eagleson —
A Richmond...
W Irvine 	
G Crook	
H Fisher	
C Dawson
W Weeks	
H Wright ....
W Carlow ....
D Savoy	
W Murchie ...
J Murchie	
W S Kjegrud .
T Steffenson..
P Cridde	
J Pinkerton
Fell & Co	
H Saunders ..
F P Saunders.
W Ralph	
A C Fraser	
O W Kennedy	
J A McCarter	
Indian Peter	
Do    Tom	
J Belyea	
•IL McQuaig	
0 McHardy	
C PNCo	
F P Saunders	
W Leeson	
MA Ward	
F Jeune	
Clarke & Pearson .
Services as cook,
do
do
axeman
do
do
do      and packer
packer
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
canoe hire S3,
packing, 3 ds. @ 82; 1
,i 2; 4
,, 2; 4
,i 2; 4
,,     2; 3
do
do
do
do
do
deer S12,
packing, 5 ds. @&2:
D T Thomson..
H B Parkinson
A Martin	
D R Irvine	
A Martin	
E Dawson	
J G Church	
N F Townsend.
Indian Jack .. .
Do   Billy ...
Do   Jimmy .
T Howell	
C Good	
D Gordon	
D T Thomson ..
Str Boscowitz.  ..
CPNCo	
H Harvey	
S A Spencer	
J R Robbins	
J H King	
A Lewis & Co....
EB Marvin &Co.
F Jeune	
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Provisions	
do           	
do       	
Board allowance for party, 1,958 days @ 60c.
for supplies previously paid, 8881.54	
Fares, freight, boat hire, meals, etc., at Cowiehan Lake
Meals, Wellington	
Meals, bed, and conveyance of party, Wellington	
Conveying party to Harris Creek	
do San Juan Harbour	
do Wellington	
Packing supplies 	
do 	
Fares of men and freight on supplies	
Hire of teams and boats	
Hauling supplies	
Canoe hire	
Tents	
Camp outfit	
lmo. ld.@$60
1  ..
19 I,
4 „
29 „
81,174.80; less bills
Survey of Malcolm Island.
Services as surveyor  7 months
Cook  1*
Services   2^
Chainman   4f
Cook     tent, etc., 86.25; 3
Axeman     4f
do        4}
Chainman   4}
Axeman   2J
do      	
do      	
Cook	
Services	
Provisions	
Board allowance for party @ 60c. per day =$725.40
for supplies previously paid, $232.10	
Fares of party to Victoria	
do and freight on supplies	
Moving camp   	
do boat hire, etc	
Hauling baggage, etc., to and from wharf	
Express on baggage, etc	
Camp outfit	
Tents	
do 	
2
2
3 days
@
') 8180
50
40
50
50
40
40
45.
40
40
40
1.90
2J- months @ 40
less bills
A C Fraser .
Pay List	
T Kains	
J McDonald .
Survey of Nitinat Valley.
Fares, meals, and bed, Surveyor-Gen'l & ass'ts, inspecting work
Assistants, do do
Sundry expenses, do do
Provisions, do do
Carried, forward.
3,735 74
2,759 02
62 00
66 00
38 00
64 00
256 33
256 33
258 33
194 70
138 00
93 33
24 00
158 33
158 33
162 00
103 33
258 33
50 00
169 12
567 99
98 06
293 26
215 19
11 50
20 00
50 00
15 00
15 00
15 00
10 00
98 85
69 30
12 50
10 00
33 50
9 25
,260 00
75 00
100 00
237 60
156 25
190 00
190 00
213 75
90 60
80 00
80 00
5 70
100 00
233 10
492 30
30 00
137 00
4 00
67 62
10 60
2 25
58 75
40 50
22 75
26 60
32 OC
9 35
33 50
8,735 74 10,776 90
1 110
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
A H Hawkins	
Garden,Hermon &Burw'l
Do Do
J H Mason	
J A Knox	
A Grain   	
H Durrell	
Z Lalonde	
F Lalonde	
D McLeod	
W R Rudyerd	
W MRae	
TMcGinnis.   .,	
A E McKay	
R H Dickinson	
M Beattie	
S A Spencer	
A H Hawkins	
Garden, Hermon & Burw'l
GW Weeks	
Union S S Co of B C ....
G A Fraser & Co	
B C Fishing & Trading Co
R Hunt	
W Hunt	
A L Poudrier	
R Brittle	
W Laeoursiere	
E Doulan	
H H Baker	
J Macaulav	
C H Arundel	
R F Mountain	
0 L Poudrier	
Indian Matthew	
Do    Jas Morrison	
Do   Jacob Morrison ..
Do    Nelson	
Do   S Kyspyox	
Do   J McKay	
Do   J Paul	
Do   R Paul	
J Milton	
Indian Weston	
T Swords	
Hudson's Bay Co	
A L Poudrier	
Cunningham & Sons   ...
Price's Cannery Co	
C PN Co	
N B Gauvreau	
Do 	
C H Arundel	
R F Mountain 	
Indian Natsy	
Do   Antoine	
Do   Quin 	
Do   Dennis	
Do   Thomas	
Do   Austin ....:	
Do   William	
Do   Bazile	
Do   Felix	
Do   Fayar 	
O L Poudrier	
Indian Wiliams	
Do   Billy	
W B Gladwin	
W Boucher	
Broitt/ht forward.
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Surveys.—Continued.
Vote No. 215.—Surveys throughout the Province.- -Continued.
Surveys—Quatsino and Rupert Districts.
Services as surveyor, expenses, S41.35; 5 mos. 10 days @ 8180
do do 88.50; 5    ..       In 180
Pay list, etc., of Hermon's party	
Picketman and axeman	
Chainman	
do 	
Services	
Cook     117 days ftr 81.55
Axeman  106 „       1.50
Chainman	
Picketman	
Axeman	
do      	
Packer ...
Chainman
Axeman ..
Provisions
Board all'nce for partv @60o. perdav =8718.20, less bills pd. 8421.32
do do 653.40, do 351.20
Provisions   	
Fares of parties and freight on supplies to Fort Rupert
Tents
Fares and meals for party to Vancouver
Transporting party	
do 	
Exploration of New Caledonia.
Services in ch'ge of party, board, Vict'a, 890; 8 mos. 10 d. @ $150
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
6
3
6
5
6
7
2
2
1*
13
13
13
28
13
6
canoe hire, 840;
.. 19 d. @ 81.50;
. canoe hire, 83;
19
60
50
50
60
60
50
60
60
50
50
50
50
50
2
2
1.50
50
as guide, and hire of canoe	
with 11 horses  6   n 150
Provisions	
Board allowance for party @ 60c. per day =81,053,60; less bills
for supplies previously paid, 8619.98	
Charter of boat, $230; freight and sundries, $268.55	
Transporting party, sundry times	
Fares and freight on supplies	
Services in charge of party, expenses, $61; 10 months @ $1
Fares, etc., self and 3 men, Victoria to Quesnelle and return..
Services  1 month 5 days @ $50
do
do      as packer	
do     as guide	
do      as canoeman 	
do      as guide, etc 	
do      with canoe	
do do 	
do     as guide, etc	
do do       and canoeman .
Hire of canoe    	
Ferrying at Stuart River	
Paid do do        etc	
do        Nechaco River	
Hire of team, etc	
Freight and storage of supplies ..
Ferrying men and supplies	
26
50
50
1.50
1.50
3,735 74
Carried forward.
10,776 90
1,001 35
994 50
1,295 20
132 00
66 00
132 00
103 85
181 35
159 00
205 00
205 00
202 00
202 00
107 33
202 00
50 00
70 10
296 88
302 20
706 46
170 00
24 00
52 50
10 00
32 00
321 66
321 66
321 66
236 00
326 00
•260 50
315 00
420 00
33 33
100 00
100 00
75 00
175 00
160 00
34 60
31 50
175 00
16 00
900 00
389 95
433 62
498 55
161 00
269 75
1,861 00
557 30
57 75
43 75
315 00
51 00
34 50
13 50
20 50
13 00
45 50
66 30
15 00
5 00
21 00
3 00
6 00
143 51
25 00
3,735 74    28,641 24 56 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
Ill
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$  cts.
cts.
$   cts.
Brought forward	
XII—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Surveys.— Continued
Vote No. 215.—Surveys throughout the Province.-
Continued.
Exploration of Nev! Caledonia.—Concluded.
Douglas & Davison.
J Reid	
W Robertson	
E Duclos	
Indian Peter	
Do   Dennis	
Hudson's Bay Co ..
P McQuade & Son.,
Hudson's Bay Co. .
N B Gauvreau
tools.
2 saddles and bridles	
Canvases and cinch	
Shoeing horses and repairin
Hay	
Ferrying 	
do 	
Tools, rope, etc	
Tents	
Provisions	
Board allowance for party @ 60c. per day, 8735.60;  less bills
for supplies, previously paid, 8702.33 ...
W Allan	
Do     	
Pav Lists	
E B Marvin &Co..
Iudian Bazil	
Do   Billy	
Do   Charlie —
D A Stoddart	
S Mondado	
JS Place	
J Haller	
W Y Kirkpatrick .
W L Meason	
Marshall & Smith.
GLe Po	
W Boyd	
N Hanton	
A McEwen	
D Ercole	
Surveys in Lillooet District.
Services as surveyor,        expenses, $105,20;
Board allowance for party @ 60c. per day ..
3 months @ $180
Party.
Tents 	
Services	
do      	
do      cook, etc	
Cooking outfit	
Moving camp	
do 	
do 	
Meals, bed, and horse feed
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
5 days @ $8.50
17 ,, 1.50
20        ,i        2
J A Kirk	
Do 	
CF Thacker	
W Marshall	
G D Cunningham.
M McLeod	
F Burns	
W Meek	
C F Stiles	
R W Neurson	
C Jorgensen	
J Williams	
W McCullock	
R Grant 	
G D Cunningham.
W D Rorison	
R D Rorison......
A Grierson	
CPNCo	
StrEstelle	
Str Comet	
Str Rainbow	
J B Johnson	
Union S S Co.   ...
C PRy Co	
W Barr 	
A Linton 	
Survey of Hernando and Cortez Islands.
Services as Surveyor, expenses $149.66; 3 months 18 (
Board allowance for party @ 60 cents per day	
Chainman	
do       	
do        	
do       	
Picketman	
Axeman	
Cook	
do
Services 	
do        	
do       and expenses	
do        	
do 	
do       	
do       	
do       	
Fares of party and freight on supplies.
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do 	
Cartage	
Boat hire.	
J A Coryell	
Do 	
Pay Lists	
J Mitchell	
Gallagher & Stevenson.
Barnes & Morand	
Survey of Fire Valley, Okanagan.
Services, Surveyor, horse hire & exp., $290.45; 9 mo. 21 d. @ $180
Board allowance for party @ 60 cents per day	
Partv	
Cook	
Transport of party and outfit	
Tent, saddles, etc	
Carried forward.
3,735 74 I   28,641 24
68 65
23 50
55 00
37 00
6 00
6 00
68 05
32 00
106 85
33 27
646 20
109 20
215 75
24 00
7 50
25 50
40 00
8 60
3 00
'2 76
9 00
5 00
6 00
10 50
2 50
6 00
4 00
5 00
7 60
797 66
30 00
76 46
72 31
15 40
73 75
76 26
92 40
15 40
72 72
60 00
19 50
7 70
15 40
7 70
7 70
7 70
6 00
16 00
23 00
29 00
8 00
60 50
1 00
50
30 00
2,052 88
702 00
1,663 99
26 66
70 0C
22 75
3,735 741 36,654 60 112
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 80th June, 1892.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Martin Bros	
P Basset	
A Stansfield	
Abraham Bros....
OP Ry Co	
W F Cameron	
E C Davison	
P Thepean	
E Forster	
.) P Burnyeat	
Do 	
Pay List	
Str Penticton	
Gallagher & Stevenson..
W S Murray	
R Ellison	
J Kich	
WG Macmynn 	
D L Jones	
Martin Bros	
Brought forward.
XII—PUBLIC WORKS—Continued.
Surveys.—Continued.
Vote No. 215.—Surveys throughout the Rrovince.
Continued.
Survey of Fire  Valley, Okanagan.— Concluded.
Pack horse and cooking: utensils.
Transport of party and outfit	
do do       	
Hire of boat, etc   	
Fares of party	
Tools	
Pack-straps, etc	
Transport of supplies	
Meals for party at Sicamous	
Survey, Okanagan Mission.
Services as Surveyor, expenses #43; 5 months S days (a) $180.
Board allowance for party @ 60 cents per dav	
Party.
Fares and freight on supplies to Penticton
Transport of party and outfit	
do do 	
do do 	
Packer 	
Guide and hire of pack horses	
Hire of horses	
Camp outfit	
Garden,Hermon &Burw'l
Do do
AE McKay	
M W Brandon	
W K Clunie	
L Garden	
E J Hooper	
J W Mogg 	
T McRae	
A Therrault	
J Dillon	
J Copeland	
N McFadden	
D McLeod 	
M McKellor	
J A Mclvor	
Hay den & Co	
Coryell & Burnyeat ...
Do
Martin Bros	
H Blane	
Okanagan Transp'n Co.
G Gilbert	
| Survey, Subdivision Timber Limit Q, English Bay.
Services as Surveyors  2 months 18 days @ 5*180
Board allowance for party @ 50 cents per day	
Chainman	
A L Poudrier	
H Saunders	
S L Kelly & Co	
Fleming Bros	
F Jeune	
Nicholas & Renouf.
W W Clarke	
do
do
do
Picketman.
Cook	
Axeman .. .
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Boat hire ..
Survey, Okanagan Lake.
Services as Surveyor, expenses #33.50
Board allowance for party @ 60 cents per day
Tools and utensils	
Boat hire.	
Transport of party and outfit	
do 	
V2 months @ $180
H Saunders     	
P McQuade & Son
S L Kelly & Co ...
F Jeune	
Marvin & Tilton ..
F Norria	
W Moore	
Survey, Bulkley Valley.
Services as Surveyor  \ month @ $180
Provisions         	
Cooking utensils	
Photographic material	
Tents, etc	
Tools, etc	
Services  h month @ 850
Cassiar Exploration Survey.
Provisions 8367.72; freight $20	
Cod lines	
Cooking utensils	
Tents, etc	
Tools   	
Tumplines   ,	
Assistant to N, B. Gauvreau 18 days @ 875 $ month
Cm-risd forward.
3,735 74
3,735 74
36,654 60
56 30
12 00
20 00
34 00
13 20
31 59
14 25
15 00
24 00
994 68
465 60
1,030 64
39 60
24 00
35 00
18 00
32 66
77 25
315 00
54 70
438 00
199 80
57 10
45 00
35 00
47 27
26 16
65 80
32 30
32 30
8 25
8 00
3 50
3 50
12 30
12 30
12 00
303 50
142 20
27 40
12 00
39 60
10 00
90 00
593 62
28 50
20 00
55 75
18 45
26 00
387 72
3 14
30 25
36 30
26 06
8 00
43 50
42,901 43 36 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
113
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
*   cts.
C H Jones & Co	
T Dunn & Co	
S T Tilley & Co	
TN Hibben & Co....
F H Latimer	
Pay Lists	
C E Perry	
J F Hume & Co	
T Mulvey	
H Henshaw	
Marks & Van Ness ...
J Champion	
J McKenzie	
McKenzie & Reid ....
H L Cummins	
G F Drabble	
J P Davies & Co	
F S Barnard	
R Cunningham	
Gray & Devereux	
A H Green	
Gore, Burnett & Co..
Strathern, Burnet&Hope
Fleming Bros	
" Colonist"	
" Times"	
"World"	
"Sentinel"	
"Vernon News"...
" Ledger "	
"Star"	
"Era"	
" Telegram "	
" Miner"	
" Columbian "	
" Free Press"	
4' News- Advertiser,:
" Daily News"	
" Enterprise" 	
" Progress News " .
" Spokesman"	
A M Beattie	
T N Hibben «k Co
M W Waitt & Co
T McConnan	
R Jamieson	
M Miller	
W H Phillips
R T Williams
Ellis & Co	
T Roarke	
Brought forward.
XII.—PUBLIC VtQRKS.-Concluded.
Survevs.—Concluded.
Vote No. 215.—Surveys tliroughout the I'vomitce.—Concluded
Survey at Bella Coola.
Tents, etc.
Tools  	
Stationery
do
Survey of Nelson Townsite.
Services as Surveyor, expenses #119.80; 2 months 24 davs @ $175
Party '.	
Survey, Slocan Reserve.
Services as Surveyor (on account).
Provisions, etc	
Miscellaneous.
Fares of party and freight on outfit	
Freight on supplies and hire of horse	
Meals and bed for surveyor at Nelson	
Surveying townsite, Forks of Quesnelle	
Allowance for cost of survey, Barclay District	
Exploratory survey on Graham Island	
Survey of land purchased by Government at Fort Steele	
Surveying school site and line of road, Comox	
Repayment of cost of survey, Townships^No. 1 and 2, Coast Dist.
do do do do
do do do do
Balance due for survey at Fort Simpson 	
Plan and report on townsite, Hazelton	
Survey on Metchosin Road, 8100; expenses 852	
Index map of claims from Gower Point, westerly	
1,000 photographic illustrations for Surveyor-General's Report...
XHI-MISCELLANEOUS.
Vote No. 216.—Advertising.
Advertising sundry notices
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Paid for       do
re sale of lands, Vancouver.
Vote No. 217—Stationery.
Three caligraphs and miscellaneous stationery for all departments .
Miscellaneous stationery for do
do do
do do
Ruling, printing, and binding sundry books, rolls, etc., do
Engraving seals, supplying and stamping stationery, do
Rubber stamps, etc., do
Cover paper etc., Official Stenographer, & prin'g certificates Education O
Rubber stamps, sundry offices	
Carried, forward.
3,735 74
42,901 43
34 75
16 23
9 45
9 40
50 00
197 84
71 19
123 78
15 50
200 00
80 00
200 00
17 50
25 00
600 00
219 00
200 00
19 00
50 00
152 00
20 00
200 00
856 40
5 00
922 10
273 31
158 99
359 50
87 86
85 60
316 15
51 95
209 10
335 40
114 10
180 75
33 50
17 50
10 00
183 04
2,181 36
1,316 89
116 00
235 45
3,110 79
731 96
95 16
77 00
20 79
46,716 37
4,199 05
7,886 391    4,199 05 114
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SEEVICE.
Arrears.
8.   cts.
3,736 74
7,885 39
9 95
I 60
3 50
19 35
3 50
958 13
132 35
68 26
20 40
4 00
8 50
1 55
1 25
1 50
18 00
194 75
296 60
118 00
290 76
2 60
28 00
26
1 25
8 00
57 25
3 00
50
7 56
173 47
37 00
2 00
14 20
2 50
4 75
5 20
85
9 00
5 15
7 75
13 50
1 00
2 80
1 25
1 90
75
3 50
6 00
II 75
2 12
1 90
6 26
12 91
1 00
76
5 60
47 90
2 00
4 50
3 00
38 45
1 50
10 76
4,199 05
XIII.-MISCELLANEOTIS.-Co«,ti«,»/CT7.
Vote No. 217.—Stationery.—Concluded.
A McN Jones	
A & W Wilson   .
Shore & Anderson	
do       	
D Lyall & Co
H HLennie& Co...
Campbell & Anderson...
W McKee	
J Taylor	
Office Specialty Mfg Co..
Ruling, printing, and binding books, etc., New Westminster Offices . ..
Do       	
Diplock Book &Stat'y H.
STTilley & Co	
W L Fagan	
"Telegram" Printing Co
Doni Pub Co	
A M Beattie	
W T Slavin	
W J Hammond	
Office Specialty Mfg Co..
E Pimbury & Co	
E G Prior & Co	
W F Teetzel	
J F Hume & Co	
M B Lang 	
W P Harney	
CPRy Co	
F B Wells	
Gilker&Wells	
Hunter & McKinnon ....
T Elliott	
do         Rock Creek Office	
Blair & Co	
Cook & Co	
J B Holmes	
J McPhee	
Harry Bailey & Co	
Hudson's Bav Co	
FW Foster	
Office Specialty Mfg Co..
Schlichlt & Field Co	
Office Specialty Mfg Co..
J Reid	
S A Rogers	
Vote No. 21S.-Postage.
10,683 39
Postmaster, Victoria	
1,623 50
733 00
53 45
166 65
50 22
20 00
69 50
71 75
49 95
36 00
72 60
Do        N. West'r...
Do        Nanaimo ...
Do        Fort Steele .
Do        Donald	
Do        Kamloops ..
Do        Ainsworth..
Do        Revelstoke..
Do        Clinton	
3,735 74
2,946 52
14,782 44 36 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
115
TO WHOM  PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$  cts.
$   cts.
Postmaster, Nelson	
Do        Barkerville.
Do        Rock Creek
Do        Alberni	
Do        Hope 	
Do        Ashcroft ...
Do        Nicola	
Do        Granite Cr'k
Do        Comox	
Do        Trail Creek.
Do        Golden .   ...
Do        Vernon	
Do        Lillooet	
Do        Metlakahtla.
Do        150-M House
Do        Yale	
Do        Pt Simpson.
D Lyal &Co	
STTilley & Co	
Diplock B & S House	
Deputy Treasurer   ....
GC Tunstall	
C Warwick	
E L Kirkland	
Dominion Express Co ...
B C Express Co	
Nicola Express Co......
C PN Co	
Pacific Coast S S Co	
S&ORyCo	
Str Nelson	
J La Montague	
H M Dowd	
Bank of B C 	
J Brent 	
Gallagher & Stevenson ..
F Montaro	
J Mellor	
G Geary	
J T Galbraith	
Str Galena	
W S Beckwith	
W Brown	
P Ellison	
Callbreath, Grant & Cook
J B Burgess	
W Powers	
Wright & Lawrence. .
Indian Cushmarsh ...
C H Tingley	
Indian O'Dwyer	
GAPritchett	
T Kruger	
F Rushton	
CPR Co's Telegraph ..
Bank of BO.	
Turner, Beeton & Co.
Moodyville SMC	
Kootenay Lake Tel Co...
J Leighton	
Price & Shaw	
A Hill 	
W T Drake	
L M Kirk	
Victoria Gas Co	
P Jamieson	
National Elec T & L Co..
Victoria E L Co	
Brought forward	
XIII.—MISCELLANEOUS.—Continued.
Vote No. 218.—Postage—Concluded.
Pr.stage .stamps, etc.
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	
Richfield Office	
Rock Creek Office	
Alberni Office	
Yale Office	
Ashcroft Office	
Nicola Office	
Granite Creek Office	
Comox Office  	
Trail Creek Office	
Golden Office	
Vernon Office 	
Lillooet Office	
Metlakahtla   	
150-Mile House Office	
Yale Office -	
Port Simpson Office	
New Westminster Offices •' •'	
Vancouver Offices   	
do 	
received as cash and used, Victoria	
do do Kamloops	
do do New Westminster
do do do
Express chai-ges on parcels for sundry 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
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Special messenger with letter to Vernon	
do do     Barkerville	
do do     Granite Creek	
do do     Laketon 	
Meals, bed, & horse feed for Officer Lumbly, Rock Ck., dispatching mail
Post office key, Kamloops Office	
Vote No. 219 Telegrams.
Telegrams to and from all offices	
Paid for cablegrams	
do 	
Sundry messages to Moodyville  	
do Ainsworth Office
Special delivery at Cowiehan	
do do       	
do do       	
Vote No. 220.—Fuel and Ziight.
Coal and wood for all departments.
do do
Gas and coke do
Coal oil.
Installation and maintenance of electric light in sundry offices, Victoria
Maintenance do Law Courts,        do
Carried forward	
3,735 74
2,946 52
49 75
58 00
23 16
3 28
33 50
6 00
30 00
8 00
4 00
2 72
1 00
100 70
35 00
2 50
18 00
10 00
5 50
2 50
57 60
6 00
7 60
1 41
4 95
98 13
237 92
71 12
2 80
7 75
1 00
2 50
2 00
2 00
50
81
6 60
6 50
25
1 00
9 80
4 50
3 00
24 00
50
25 05
25
2 00
5 76
13 00
3 00
7 50
15 00
1 50
6 00
60
1,641 61
249 69
29 40
1 50
1 75
1 00
2 50
1 00
165 00
730 85
699 60
50
467 02
26 00
2,087 97
14,782 44
1,979 22
1,929 45 116
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
S   cts.
$   cti
B Gordon	
J S Nesbitt	
D H Ross & Co	
H Saunders	
Central Coal Yard	
F Evans	
H O Wellburn	
A Gabriel 	
Bazett & Norwood.....
J McDonald	
O'Brien & Dunlop	
Nanaimo Gas Co	
WBarr	
N W Gas Co	
.1 W Creighton	
J Stephens	
W Vanstone & Co	
F JCoulthard&Co....
Vancouver Gas Co	
J S Shearer	
GFRounsefell&Co...
R S Forbes 	
Wellington Coal Yard..
Green Bros	
H Geigerich	
Bremner & Watson ....
Gallagher & Stevenson .
Hudson's Bay Co	
W F Cameron	
J Phillips	
J T Galbraith* Bro....
W Phillips	
R D Mather	
Manuel & Ruttan	
S J Edwards	
J Alway	
D J Creighton	
H Bucks	
CPRy Co	
Evans, Coleman & Evans
J B Uren	
J Halliday	
J McCarthy	
G W Cook	
Oallbreath, Grant & Cook
J McCrimmon	
Hudson's Bay Co	
T J Edwards	
T Hornby	
J Blair	
G A Bigelow	
S Sturch 	
J F Hume & Co	
J Ranch	
H N Coursier	
Slade & Wallinger	
P J Gillie	
W Edwards	
T Elliott	
O Darpentigny	
W Brown	
J Hauser	
W Cumming	
J E Bellmond	
Cook & Co	
Hunter & McKinnon ....
J T Donaldson	
Brought forward	
XIIL-MISCELLANEOUS—CWtinuerf.
Vote No. 220 Fuel and light.—Concluded,
Coal oil, etc., Attorney-
Installing electric light
Coal oil and candles,
do
Coal,
Wood,
do
Hauling wood,
Coal oil,
Wood,
Coal,
Gas,
Wood,
Gas,
Coal,
Attending to furnace,
Repairing heater,
Coal,
Gas,
Coal,
do
do   and wood,
do
Coal oil, matches and w
Wood,
do
do
Coal oil,
do
Wood,
Matches and coal oil,
Hauling- wood,
do
Coal oil,
Coal,
Wood and hauling coal
Coal oil,
Wood,
Coal and freight,
Coal,
Hauling wood,
Cutting- wood,
Coal oil,
Wood,
Candles,
Hauling wood,
Coal oil,
Coal,
Wood,
Coal,
Coal oil,
Wood,
Coal oil,
Wood,
Coal oil,
Wood,
do
do
Coal oil,
Wood,
do
Hauling- wood,
Coal oil,
Wood,
Wood and coal oil,
Coal oil,
Wood,
MMiller	
Harrison & Sons	
J|A Gemmill 	
H Harvey	
Ginn & Co	
Canad.-American Pub Co
General's Office	
in vaults, Law Courts	
do 	
Official Stenographer's Office.
do
do
Cowiehan Office
do
Cowiehan Court Houso
do
Nanaimo Offices
do
New Westminster Offices
do
do
do
do
do
Vancouver Offices
do
do
do
do
ood, Ainsworth Office
do
do
Vernon Office
do
do
do
Fort Steele Office,
do
do
Donald Office
do
Yale Office
do
do
do
do
Clinton Office
do
Laketon Office
do
do
do
Kamloops Offices
do
do
do
Nelson Office
do
Revelstoke Office
do
do
Golden Office
Nicola Office
Rock Creek Office
do
Richfield Office
do
do
Lillooet Office
Forks Quesnelle Office
Granite Creek Office
Slocan Office
do
Vote No. 221 lihrary,   legislative and Departmental
Binding 27 volumes newspapers, Gazettes, etc....
6 copies Colonial Office List	
6     n     Canadian Parliamentary Companion	
2     m     Trade Review	
1     ,,     Political Science Quarterly	
1     u     Canadian American	
Carried forward
3,735 74
3,735 74
20,«9l 11
4 30
131 46
1 75
1 75
4 30
1 00
6 00
2 00
2 00
3 75
30 00
9 06
2 00
319 15
296 00
20 00
30 60
26 50
92 75
67 00
28 00
60 00
28 00
42 95
40 00
20 00
45 00
14 76
25 00
106 00
21 25
6 00
3 00
14 90
55 00
21 50
8 00
16 00
17 40
22 50
10 76
33 75
14 00
30 00
6 00
15 00
7 25
48 40
12 00
33 76
21 25
112 50
12 50
71 26
5 00
24 00
4 00
25 00
6 75
60 00
100 00
27 60
3 50
38 50
27 00
7 00
24 00
106 50
18 2«
12 00
4 00
3 00
2 00
4,516 1%
146 761  26,206 34 56  Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
117
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
S  cts.
a cts.
$  ets.
L Tache 	
A McGregor	
The Cars well Co	
Harper Bros	
W C Dawson	
W J Dyas	
W R Clarke	
J Wilson & Son	
W Kingsford	
"Mining- Manual"	
" Vernon News " 	
"Columbian "	
" Progress News "	
W Brvce	
"Times Print & Pub Co'
"The Week"	
"The World"	
" News Advertiser "...
'' Canada Mining Review-
Chrysler & Lewis	
J E Bridgman	
Customs	
The Carsweil Co	
TN Hibben & Co	
H Sinclair 	
Queen's Printer, Ottawa
Howell & Cumberland .
Customs	
H Mansell	
Brought forward	
XIII.-MI8CELLANEOUS.-C«mti»»w'rf.
Vote No. 221.—Library, Legislative and Departmental.'
Concluded.
1 copy Men of the Day	
3     ,i     Life of Sir John Macdonald	
I     ii     Torrens System	
Sundry books	
3 volumes Bourinot's Parliamentary Practice
6 copies History of the Year	
Webster's Dictionary and stand	
1 copy Economic History	
1 volume History of Canada	
2 copies Mining Manual	
1     it     " Vernon News,"       1 year	
1     n"    " Columbian," 1   n    	
1 ii     " Progress News,"     1   n    	
2 n     "Colonist," 1   n    	
1     ii     "Times," 1   ,,    	
1     n     "Week," 3   ,,    	
1 ■ ,,     "World," 1   ,i    	
2 ii     " News-Advertiser," 1   n    	
1     M     " Mining Review,"    2   n    	
Printed documents on sundry cases	
Paid duty and express on books	
Duty on books	
Vote No. 222—Library, Attorney-General's Department.
Sundry law books	
'do 	
" Sinclair's Liquor License Act of Ontario " ..
2 copies Consolidated Orders in Council, 1889.
2 volumes Manitoba Reports	
Duty on books	
Packing case for books	
Vote No 223.—Refunds.
T James	
G Gibbs	
Moiety of fine imposed under Indian
do                                do
do                                do
do                                do
do                                do
do                                do
do                  under Liquoi
do                   under Game
Refund of Provincial Revenue Tax, 1
do                            do
do                            do
do                            do
do                            do
do                            do
do                            do
do          (2)             do
do                             do
do                            do
do          (3)             do
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do                            do
do                          do
do                           do
do                             do
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do                            do
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do          (2)             do
do        (11)            do            pai
do        (34)            do
Car
T O'Connell   .
do     	
do         	
0 Weir	
do     	
do             	
Do
License Regulation Act, Nanaimo
Ah Hing 	
do      	
do        	
do      	
do      	
do
do        ...
do
H Roy	
do      	
1) Roy	
do      	
H 0 Wellburn	
do      	
L Norris	
do      	
A Raymond	
do      	
J McPhee	
do
do
J Kelly	
do      	
W P Cooksley	
do      	
G Taylor	
do
R B Kelly	
do
do
Ah Li	
do
do      	
do
F Nason 	
do     	
S McCullough   	
do      	
J H Todd & Son   	
do      	
do      	
do
J H Godell	
CPRy Co	
Wellington Packing- Co..
do      	
ried forward	
3,736 74
3,736 74
145 76
5 00
13 60
5 10
16 80
24 48
22 50
12 50
3 22
3 00
6 00
2 00
8 00
2 00
26 00
13 00
9 00
10 00
16 00
4 00
19 91
3 80
1 80
352 75
47 50
3 00
4 00
15 00
16 20
1 00
25,206 34
373 J7
4S9 45
125 00
75 00
300 00
25 00
'
125 00
52 50
990 00
5 00
- 3 00
3 00
3 00
8 00
% 00
3 00
3 00
6 00
3 00
3 00
9 00
15 00
3 00
9 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
15 00
3 00
6 00
33 00
102 00
1,958 50
26,019 16 118                Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$     cts, 1
§   cts
Xm.-MWCmjLAmOUH.-Continued.
Vote No. 223.—Refunds.— Concluded.
3,735 74 i
1,958 50
3 00
3 00
3 00
5 92
24 00
11 74
5 34
16 67
16 80
2 47
20 49
5 00
16 00
2 88
14 00
90 00
13 35
10 50
32 50
36 93
150 00
276 00
68 00
•298 00
16 00
40 00
160 00
84 00
79 70
160 00
32 00
32 00
64 00
32 00
16 00
5 0U
32 00
32 00
40 00
18 CO
2 00
30 00
16 00
18 00
10 00
75 00
40
23 00
30 00
15 00
125 00
125 00
10 00
330 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
'2 00
± 00
2 0(
2 00
2 00
2 00
3 25
50 00
45 35
100 00
56 00
100 OO
26,019 16
5,110 76
715 50
R Shirley'	
do                 assessed taxes,               do      	
do                               do                           du       	
D Calder	
TC Nuttall	
do                               do                           do       	
do                               do                           do       	
do                               do                           do       	
C Woodward	
J W McKay	
J Tretheway	
C R Pittock	
do                            do                  property burnt	
do                               do                   accounted for hut not collected....
do       deposit on application to purchase land	
C Booth	
R Cunningham & Son...
F S Barnard	
J B McQueen	
J Aird	
do                             do                         do      	
J St Amand	
A J McLellan	
R O'Rourke	
do                             do                         do      	
do                               do                           do         	
S Tingley	
do                               do                           do	
do                            do                         do      	
T Ellis	
G W Weeks	
C Thompson	
C O'Keefe	
F K Byrne	
F Hyland	
W T Kinney	
J Gilmore	
W J Murphy	
do                             do                            	
Currie & McDonald	
Nagle & Davies	
J P Roddick	
Siwash Creek Syndicate.
C S Keith	
Ship Hamburg	
W H Curran	
do       amount paid for deserters' keep in New Westminster Gaol ..
C E Taylor	
G 0 & J K Buchanan....
Kootenav Power Co	
0 S Batchelor	
do                  do                     do                               	
M Phillips	
J Dibble	
do       fees charged in error on mining claim	
Municipality N Cowiehan
T Wall	
do              do       cancelled bv Court	
do       Private Bill fee (1890 bill withdrawn)	
D M Eberts.   .
C N Cameron	
Bodwell & Irving	
Guarantee Society of N A
do              do          estate of F. W. Robson	
Vote No. 224.—Rremium on Guarantee Bonds.
3,735 74
31,845 45 56 Vict.        Public Accounts,  1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892. 119
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHA1 SERVICE
Arrears.
$  cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
3,735 74
31,845 45
XIII.~M[SCELLANEOUS.-<v>»#;>Mf^.
Vote No. 225.—Fire Department,   Victoria.
Citv of Victoria	
Vote No. 220.— Five Department, Nanaimo.
500 00
Vote No. 227.— Vive Department, Neiv  Westminster.
500 00
T Ackerman, Chief Eng'i
500 00
Vote No. 22H.~Fii'e Department,   Vancouver.
City of Vancouver	
500 00
Vote No. 229.—Fire Department, Barkerville.
500 00
Vote No. 230.— Fire Department, Kamloops.
500 00
1,000 00
Vote No. 231a.—Fire Department, Revelstoke,
250 00
Vote No. 231b.—Fire Department,  Nelson.
Vote No. 233.—Agricultural Societies.
342 80
342 85
342 86
342 85
342 86
342 86
342 86
G T Corfleld,      do
J J McKay,        do
2,400 00
Vote No.  234.—Fruit   Growers'  Association.
1,000 00
Vote No. 235.--Telephone Service.
Victoria & Esqui't Tel Co
N W&B I Tel Co	
do                   New Westminster and Vancouver Offices	
606 05
182 70
42 00
90 00
43 00
W T Slavin	
968 75
Vote No. 230.—B.  C. Agricultural Association.
W H Bainbridge, Sec'v..
1,000 00
4,235 74
41,214 20 120
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 80th June, 1892.
TO  WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
Brought forward	
XI1L—MISCELLANEOUS— Continued.
Vote No. 237.—Royal Agricultural and Industrial Society
of British Columbia.
J K Pearson, Secretary.. Grant in aid of exhibition
T Finlay	
J McKnig'ht	
T Hardy	
J Moore	
\V Miller	
J Wilson	
J McDonald	
J Miller	
Indian Charley	
E Small	
J Bennett	
A Wales	
J HKing	
■I Keill	
B Joseph	
N Fisher	
C Muir	
C Pike	
J McLennan	
F Leathers	
G Burnett	
A H Floyer	
W J Wales	
.1 Penen	
H A Francis	
E Milne	
Indian Peter	
a Cook	
T Williams	
A G Clarke	
J S Muir	
AVidler	
C Ashton....   	
J Peterson	
J Merritt	
W W Purdy	
R Scott 	
Indian Jackson	
W Ashton	
W A Scott	
J Hope	
R W Allison	
QFunk 	
W H Conkle	
A Gordon	
J Fink	
FPCook	
CFatlear	
Harvey, Bailey & Co .
J T McCullock	
R A Brown	
EC H Woodward	
Indian Michell	
J Clotusse	
A McLachlan	
W Stirling	
J C Mollett	
Indian George ......
Do   Charley	
Do   Frank	
W Nicholas	
J Ward	
M C Ireland   	
W Sabiston	
W E Dickinson	
R Wallis	
A Hirst	
W Harvey	
Indian Jock	
J Wilson	
Vote No. 2SS Destruction   of   Wolves   and   Panthers   in
Settled Districts.
Bounty on
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
3 panthers, Comox District
1       do do
1       do do
1       do do
1        do do
1        do do
1    wolf, do
1 do do
2 panthers, do
2 wolves, do
1 panther,   Esquimalt District.
1       do
1 wolf,
1 panther,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
1 wolf,
1 panther,
1
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
wo
2 wolves,
1        do
6       do
4 do
1 do
1 do
1 do
1       do
1 do
2 do
2       do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
1 panther,
1       do
1       do
1       do
1       do
1 wolf,
1 panther,
1       do
5 wolves,
1       do
4 panthers.
1       do
1 do
2 wolves,
2      do
1 panther,
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Yale District 	
do      	
do      	
do      	
do      ...:	
do      	
do      	
do      	
do      	
do      	
do      	
do      	
do      	
do      	
do      	
do      	
do      	
do      	
do      	
do      	
do      	
do      	
Alberni District  	
do      	
do      	
do      	
do      	
do      	
do      	
do      	
New Westminster District .
do 	
Nanaimo District    	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
4,235 74
do
Carried forward.
t   cts.
16 00
5 00
5 00.
5 001
5 00,
6 00
5 00!
5 00]
10 00
10 00
5 00>
5 00
5 00
5 00
10 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
5 00;
5 00
5 00!
5 oo;
5 00[
5 00
5 00 '■
10 00,
6 00
30 00
20 00
5 00i
5 00i
5 001
5 00,
6 00:
10 00
10 00
5 00
10 00
20 00
5 00
30 00
20 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
16 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
25 00
5 00
20 00
5 00
6 00
10 00
10 00
5 00
4,236 741   560 00 42,214 20
1,000 00 56 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
121
TO WHOM PAID.
I-'OR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
§   cts.
C R Graves  Bounty on 1 panther
Brought forward   	
Xni—MISCELLANEOUS,—Continued
Vote No. 298.—Destruction   of  Wolves and Panthers in
Settled Distriets.—Concluded.
T Cassidy
J Craig	
T Patterson ..
L Stark 	
C A Cox	
J Reuty	
Indian Moses .
W Nelson ....
R Colvin	
T Colvin	
J Vei'dier ....
A Robertson..
H March	
A Rogers	
J D Blair	
A Chisholm ..
F McCarthy ..
J W Edgson ..
H Evans	
J Jones	
II II Hollings.
H S Garrison .
K McLeod....
J Bibby	
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
1 wolf,
1 panther.
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
wolf,
do
Nanaimo District .
do
do
do
do
do
do
Cowiehan District .
do
do
ilo
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
ilo
do
Victoria District
Cariboo District
do
Vote,  No. 231).—In  aid of Militia.
W Shears, Capt  Grant in aid	
Vote No. 240.—Provincial Rifle Team.
E H Fletcher, Capt  Grant towards expenses of Team to Ottawa	
Vote No. 241.—Superannuation ttlltiwunee to late
Messenger.
Allowance.
12 months @ 840
C P N Co.
Vote No. 242. — in aid of communication teith remote
Settlements.
Subsidy for steamboat service between Victoria and Alberni, 12 months
Vote No. 243.—111 aid of Hospital liuiltli ug, Port Simpson
G Williscroft  Lumber	
Alert Bay Saw Mill       do       	
S Gray     Sashes and doors	
Godfrey & Co \ Nails, locks, tarpaper, etc.
B C Pottery Co ! Chimney pipe and caps....
O L Matthews ! Labour	
25 1/12 days @ $2
12 months @ §15
Vote No. 244.—Miscellaneous (not detailed in Estimates)
W Paris  Burial of destitute person at Fort Steele	
C Ireland  Cleaning offices, Attorney-General's Department,
Do      Washing towels for do
A A Clayton    Badge for Supt. of Provincial police	
Victoria Water Works... Wrater supply for Victoria Offices and Law Courts.
L Campbell j Removing dead horse from road, Kamloops	
A Mclntyre  I       do      safe to Nelson Office	
C P Ry Co I Freight on safe do 	
Nixon & Blomberg I Burial of destitute person at Nelson	
L T Davis, M D I Examining alleged leper at Nanaimo River	
P J Rice, M D    !        do do do        	
Carried forward,.
8   cts
8   cts.
560 00    42,214 20
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
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
253 95
40 90
99 60
41 98
15 60
50 15
15 00
180 00
2 00
13 50
217 49
1 00
5 00
13 76
6 00
25 00
25 00
600 00
480 00
1,200 00
502 08
503 75    46,191 28 122                Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.   \
$   cts.
%   cts.j
8   cts.
4,250 74
6 00
503 75
50 00
44 00
50
4 00
4 00
5 00
20 00
10 00
5 00
3 00
202 00
6 95
1 00
20 00
I 00
7 00
5 00
41 50
1 00
10 00
10 00
20 00
78 00
58 00
4 25
13 00
12 30
78 75
6 00
13 00
11 50
11 00
24 00
50
5 00
5 00
1 50
19 80
1 00
18 00
24 00
1 00
123 00
61 73
19 93
6 50
1 25
14 00
14 50
1 00
4 00
10 00
3 00
7 00
7 00
3 75
25
100 00
188 50
1 25
1 50
30 00
11.8 50
2 50
10 50
10 50
10 50
25 00
] 00
12 00
83 05
39 00
26 00
25
15 25
47 61
4 00
46,191 28
XIII—MISCELLANEOUS—CWHmuerf.
Vote No. 244.—Miscellaneous not detailed in Estimates.—
Continued.
MGBlanchard, VS	
Postmaster, Victoria   ..
C W Winterhalter	
Ellis A Co	
C Hooper 	
S Peeke 	
E Millett	
Presbyterian Church....
TC Woods	
J C Doherty	
J Thurlbourne 	
.1 Murray	
T Matthew	
F Evans	
Indian Jimmie 	
Printing signs for Toronto mineral exhibit	
Taking body of                                do             to   do    	
Grave plot for                                  do                    do	
Conveying- body of                          do            to graveyard, Comox	
Paid for removing office effects, Official Stenographer	
J Barnslev & Co   	
P JLeech, PLS	
WGPinder, PLS	
J H Brownlee, D L S....
J A Kirk, D L S	
J McKenzie, D L S	
Services on Board of Examiners, P. L. S. Examination,       1 day @ W10
do                                do                                do                  1       ..      10
do                                do                                do                  2       ,,      10
do                                do                                do  exp. ^8; 7       n      10
do                                do                                do     ,.      8; 5       ,,      10
F H Dingle    .
Drake, Jackson & Helm'n
H Levi	
W E Fales	
Taking coffin and supplies for small-pox patients,  Walworth	
S Bowell.
F Booth	
Nanaimo Water Works..
J Blair	
J Ranch	
C P Ry Co 	
Reeving and splicing halyards. Kamloops Court House	
Removing rubbish, etc.,                                do                   	
Hauling safe to Revelstoke Office	
R McMillan	
C Winterhalter	
D Campbell & Co	
Vancouver Water Works
H McDowell & Co	
Posting notices,         do     	
Uniforms for Provincial Police, Victoria	
Polishing fluid, sponge, etc.,    do           	
V J Straube	
Making keys,                              do	
Campbell & Anderson...
Taking books, etc., from       do       to Vancouver Land Registry  Office
W H Grant	
F W Foster...
W H Phelps	
CAR Hambly	
L Ehalt
Repairing stamp, Kamloops Office	
Revising Rules and Orders, House of Assembly	
3,000 maps for B. C. Directory	
A P Peacock	
D H Ross & Co
Saanich Lime Co	
P Hansen	
S F Tolmie V S
J C Mollett.    .
H McDermott	
J Hilbert	
J R McNeill
R Hamilton, VS	
R Eiddell  V S
Examining horses and hogs                      do                    	
F Evans, Official Sten. ..
Fares and telegrams to Portland, engaging assistant    	
4,256 74
2,364 12
46,191 28 56 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
123
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
J W Hanna	
W Hill	
Turner, Beeton & Co..
VV G Macmyn	
l> McDonald	
S L Houlyford	
E J Millett	
Mitchell & Shorty ....
G W Thomas	
Deputy Treasurer.   ...
F S Roper	
Fell \ Co	
A Bugram	
A H lilain	
J Tallyard	
J Hilbert	
GW Henry	
Est of W Dewdney	
Barnes & Morand	
C K Brown	
I! T Williams	
Columbia Milling Co..
Gallagher & Stevenson
J C Campbell	
J Hilbert	
D S Curtis & Co	
W H Falding	
J D Rae	
J Wolf	
Callbreath, Grant & Cook
Indian Mary	
W Bradley	
A R Carrington	
C Hayward	
Queen's Printer, Ottawa.
F Jeune	
M Hellan	
W S Wagmin	
J McCallum	
J P Planta	
E Stoaker 	
D Spencer	
F W Hart	
T J Trapp&Co	
H McDonald	
Swalwell & Vanstone....
J McKnight	
C Marers	
T Hornby 	
J McKay	
Jay & Co .  	
RCorbella	
J Lyons	
T Hornby	
J Mcintosh	
F Gott	
P Grinder	
Indian Annie	
Hudson's Bay Co	
Barnes & Morand	
E B Marvin	
J T Galbraith & Bro	
N Fitzstubbs	
M Bailey	
J H Gray, C E	
Bank of BC	
Indian Dan	
A Holmes	
J H Mason	
E B Marvin & Co	
G Morison	
J W Harvey	
W Gregory	
Campbell & Anderson...
J Gunn	
C Warwick	
Ogle Campbell & Co	
F Crake	
Brought forward.
XIII— MISCELLANEOUS— Continued.
Vote No. 244.—Miscellaneous, not detailed in Estimates.
Continued.
Burying two horses	
Uniform for Superintendent Provincial Police	
do       caps do 	
Assisting to stake off Government townsite at Hock Creek	
Destruction of glandcred horse, North Arm	
Buggy hire for Inspector Roper at Sea Island, 3 days	
Burial of body found drowned, Comox	
Finding body and conveying constable to Comox	
Examining glandered hurses, Sea Island	
Paid protest fee on dishonoured cheque	
Expenses, Inspector Roper, to Vancouver and New Westminster
Soap and brushes, Legislative Assembly	
Clearing snow from roof of Court House	
Repairing flag, Kamloops office	
Taking charge <>f body at Yale	
Burial of destitute person at Departure Bay 	
Trees and shrubs for grounds, Kamloops	
Paid for erecting flagpole, Vernon office	
Erecting do do 	
Painting sign fur Nelson office	
Ii. C. Directories for various offices	
Freight on lawn mower to Vernon	
Taking body of destitute man to Vernon	
Burial of do du      	
do do do       	
Sponge, soap, etc., New Westminster office	
Paid for keys, etc., do 	
Soap, duster, etc., do 	
Scavenger work,    Vancouver Court House	
Axe, soap, etc.,      Yale office	
Cleaning do  	
Planting trees, Laketon office	
Horse hire, etc., for Gov't Agent, scaling logs at Marmot Lake ..
Burial of destitute persons, Victoria	
50 copies, "Collection of Criminal Laws "	
Canvas cash bags, Treasury	
Cleaning out Comox Court House	
Taking books and papers to Attorney-General's office	
Uniforms for Provincial Police, Victoria	
Services at examination for Mine Managers' Certificates, 5 days..
Cleaning out Fort Steele office	
Police badges	
Burial of body found drowned, Vancouver	
Axes, files, etc., New Westminster Court House	
Soap and disinfectants, Vancouver do 	
('leaning flues, New Westminster do 	
Burial of destitute person, Lytton	
Assisting     do do      	
Hauling manure to Kamloops grounds .
Yale Court House	
do 	
do 	
North Bend  	
Kamloops Office	
do 	
Lillooet Court House	
do 	
do 	
Vernon Office	
do      	
Nanaimo Office	
Fort Steele Office	
Nelson Office	
New Westminster Office	
Expenses inspecting New Westminster Southern Railway	
Exchange on drafts	
Bringing in body from Cape Mudge	
Paid for key, Treasury	
as night watchman, James Bay Offices . .
Nelson Office 	
Provincial Police Office	
New Westminster Court House ...
do
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Cleaning-
Fruit trees,
Cleaning windows, etc.,
Burial of body found at
Removing rubbish,
Lime,
Cleaning
do
do
Cloth for repairing flag,
Burial of destitute man,
Flag,
Gold dust bag,
Paid for cleaning
Remaving ashes,
Allowance for clothing
Flag and halyards,
Carbolic acid for
Towels,
Keys,
Stamp punch,
Cleaning windows,
Paid for washing towels,
Dusters, etc.,
Oil,
Carried forward.
4,256 74
4,256 74
2,304 12
10 00
39 00
11 97
9 00
11 00
15 00
17 50
7 00
25 00
2 50
11 50
1 75
5 00
1 00
25 00
14 00
4 00
11 00
3 00
3 60
2 10
5 00
9 75
25 00
2 50
2 70
6 85
3 00
5 00
2 76
4 00
6 00
62 80
75 00
1 00
4 00
50
127 50
25 00
3 00
1 95
30 00
3 15
6 60
5 90
■20 00
5 00
75
1 00
7 80
3 00
10 00
3 60
3 50
2 50
3 00
1 00
1 00
20 00
27 50
1 00
16 on
1 00
64 16
3 75
20 00
60
24 50
19 00
50
1 50
3 Of
2 0(
27 60
5 30
4C
35
,320 29
46,191 28 124
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Hudson's Bay Co	
G I Wilson	
" Miner"	
" Journal of Commerce
W Bryce	
"The Week"	
"World" P& P Co	
" Nanaimo Free Press"
'' Columbian "	
"Times" P & P Co	
" News-Advertiser " ...
"Vernon News "	
'' Western World "	
" Progress News "	
A Begg	
Do    	
R Maynard	
Sehl-Hastie-Erskine Co
Ellis & Co	
TN Hibben & Co	
Turner, Beeton & Co..
Dominion Express Co.
J R Anderson   ....
J Boyd	
D Woolsey	
R J Kirkwood	
W Webster	
W Scott	
W A Stewart	
A E Clarke	
TCartley 	
Grand Pacific Hotel
Queen Bros	
Coldstream Hotel..
GKain	
F Bouvette	
L Lequime	
Queen's Hotel	
J Battiscombe	
D Oppenheimer, Pres't..
VV Milliohamp, Sons & Co
J B McLean, Secretary..
Canada Bank Note Co
CPNCo	
Ellis & Co	
Do        	
Do       	
M W Waitt & Co... .
J H Brownlee 	
4,256 74
3 00
3,320 29
4 SO
3 75
8 00
2 00
39 00
18 00
40 00
22 00
26 00
39 00
38 00
4 00
7 25
2 00
635 00
210 00
5 00
149 65
2 50
2 50
50
1 00
1,441 80
74 00
217 00
60 00
35 00
4 00
30 00
10 00
11 00
14 00
20 00
12 50
17 50
18 00
10 00
8 00
16 00
XlII.-MISCELLANEOUS.-CVm*i»wed.
Vote No. 244.—Miscellaneous, not detailed in Estimates.
Concluded,
Subscription to " Miner," for      various offices	
do              " Times,"                       do          	
do              " News-Advertiser,"     do          	
do              " News,"                         do          	
do              " Western World,"       do          	
Vote No. 245.—Provincial Fxhibit at Imperial Institute,
London.
Services collecting specimens; purchases, £35.08 ... f> months (a $100
Travelling allowance 42 days <£t> $5
3,574 09
Vote. No. 24ii.—Collecting and Reporting on Provincial
Industries
Services collect'g <fc report'g as above; exp. $172.80; 12 m. 21 d. @ $100
do     collecting mineral specimens              I8£   n        4
1,006 23
do                            do	
Buggy hire for               J. R. Anderson on Lulu Island	
do                          do                 Kamloops	
Hire of man and buggy,           do                 Nicola	
Hire of man and buggy,           do                 Salmon River Valley	
Meals and bed,                          do                 Okanagan Mission	
Vote No. 24fia.—Provincial Exhibit Association.
1,998 80
500 00
246 60
Vote No. 246b.—Assistance towards establishing Hospital,
Comox- District.
746 60
500 00
Vote No. 246c.—Lithographing Maps.
480 30
36 25
300 00
300 00
275 00
250 00
1,200 00
Freight and advance charges on maps,             do                  	
2,841 55
4,259 74
56,858 55 56 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
125
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.  |
$   cts.
S   cts. j
i
$  cfcs.
4,259 74
300 00
35 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
56,858 56
2,335 00
700 00
240 00
460 00
300 00
1,286 60
10,477 50
S00 00
399 50
704 00
Mr Justice Burbidge —
XIII.—MISCELLANEOUS— Continued.
Vote No. 246d.—Consolidation of Statutes.
Services as arbitrator between Government and Commissioners	
Vote No. 246e,—Subscription to Provincial Directory.
Vote No. 246f.— Gratuity to widow of W. H. Ed/wards.
Vote No. 246g.— Gratuity to widow of W. Dewdney.
Vote No. 246h.— Gratuity to widow of W. Angus.
Vote No. 246i.—Expenses,   Commission  of Enquiry,
Victoria, Corporation.
410 00
400 00
351 00
119 50
2 00
4 10
0 C Bass	
CF Moore	
Note.—This sum was refunded by the City, and appears in the
Revenue under the head of "Miscellaneous Receipts."
Vote No. 24(ij.—Refund of proportion   of the   Provincial
Revenue  Tax, for the  calendar year   1891, to   Cities
affected, by a change in the "Public School Act, 1891."
5,937 00
747 00
2,500 50
1,293 00
New Westminster City..
do          	
do                    '.                              	
do
Vote No.  246k.—Compensation   to J. Flewin,   Constable,
for loss by fire at Metlakahtla.
P Leech, PLS	
J H Brownlee, PLS...
T Kains, PLS	
Vote No. 2461,—Board of Fvaminers, " Land Surveyors'
Act."
Services on Board,                                                              7J days @ $10
do                                         expenses, ^3.50;       3£       n       10
do                                                                         15         „       10
do                                                do         8             n\       ii       10
do                                               do         8             4J       „       10
*
No Vote,—Act 51  Vic.—Aid to Quartz Mining,
Premium on policy on                                       Reduction Works, Cariboo
do              do                                                               do                  do
Stove and fittings,                                                             do                  do
Storing acid tanks,                                                            do                  do
Caretaker, during winter,                                                do                  do
Fare and expenses as Superintendent, Victoria to        do                  do
Board and lodging,                  do                 do                do                  do
75 00
38 50
150 00
83 00
53 00
275 00
275 00
15 00
3 50
40 00
67 50
28 00
J A Kirk, PLS	
3 McKenzie, PLS
Royal Insurance Co	
Phcenix Co, of Brooklyn.
•J Stone	
W Shepherd 	
fC Price	
E A Martin	
4,269 74
74,051 16 126
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
cts
C Wilson	
DM Eberts	
Millar & Major,	
Drake, Jackson & Helm'n
Do do
Do do
E M N Woods	
F G Walker	
J Campbell	
McPhillips, Wootton & B
Jackson, Lawrence & B..
W H Gilligan	
Eberts & Taylor	
E A Jenns	
A L Belyea	
H Combe	
J Sprott	
H C Beeton, AG	
A Begg	
St.rs Mystery and Alert
Rev A Beanlands	
M Miller	
J H Brownlee	
" Colonist"	
"Western World "...
" Globe"	
Brough t fonvard	
XIII.-MTSCELLANEOUS.-f'oHc/^W.
No Vote.—Interest on Deposits, "Suitors Fund Act, 1890."
estate of G. G. Walker,
Griffiths v. Boscowitz,
estate of S. Millar,
re M. Smithurst,
Davies v. McMillan,
Sinclair v. C. P. R.,
Anderson v. Mathers,
Gray v. McCallum,
Stein v. Buse,
Punch v. Bradshaw,
Ward V. Jackson,
Gilligan v. Gilligan,
King v. Sayward,
Carter v. Rankin,
Brule v. Johnson,
Harvev v. Smithurst et al,
Vote No. 247.— Immigration.
Salary as Immigration Agent, New Westminster,       12 months («■ $100
Allowance for office contingencies as Agent-Gen oral, London, 12 months
Services and expenses in London re Crofter scheme	
do do 	
Fee, compiling pamphlet, " Geographical Sketch of B. C."	
Binding 10,000 copies above pamphlet, §200; inserting maps, £100..
10,000 small maps of British Columbia for above pamphlet	
1,000 copies " Victoria Illustrated " 	
1,000   do    special number 	
1,000    do do  ,	
rest
on $ 80.00,
do
600.00
do
421.72
do
281.00
tlo
2,500.00
do
505.00
do
150.00
do
5,700.00
do
1,378.26
do
646.00
do
132.25
do
do
063.45
do
do
500.00
do
69.87
8 months (8 3%
9        „
3
8       ii
3
0       ,.
3
2               M
3
2        ii
3
13       i.
3
2
3
1
3
15
3
4        ,,
3
15       „
3
15        i,
3
4,269 74
4,259 74
1 60
11 25
8 00
6 30
12 50
8 75
75
185 25
6 89
1 61
4 95
3 36
6 63
12 00
18 75
3 30
74,051 15
1,200 00
500 00
750 00
160 00
100 00
300 00
150 00
1,000 00
55 00
220 00
4,435 00
78,778 04
Audit Office,
SOth November, 1S92.
J. MoB. SMITH,
Auditor. 56 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892. 127
APPROPRIATION   AND   EXPENDITURE
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED 30m JUNE, 1892.
STATEMENT, of  Appropriation   and   Expenditure from   1st   July,   1891,   to 30th June,
1892 ; showing also the sums unexpended and over-expended.
No
of
Vote.
1
2
3
4
4A
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
10
17
'18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
39
39a
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
I.—Public Debt.
Interest	
Sinking- Fund	
Premium and Exchange	
Discount and Commission	
Expenses in connection with
Act, 1891 "	
Total
Appropriation
' Loan and Consolidation Loan
II.—Civil Government (Salaries).
Lieutenant-Governor's Office	
Premier of the Province	
Provincial Secretary and Minister of Mines' Department.
Treasury Department	
Lands and Works Department	
Attorney-General's Department	
Land Registry Offices 	
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 op Justice (Salaries;
Supreme and County Courts	
Sheriffs	
Stipendiary 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.
Do.
Esquimalt	
New Westminster	
New Westminster District .
East Kootenay District....
West Kootenay District ...
Cariboo District	
Cassiar District	
Yale and Ashcroft	
Kamloops	
Okanagan 	
Similkameen and Osoyoos..
Nanaimo District	
Cowiehan District	
Comox District	
Lillooet District.
Inspection of Animals (Contagious Diseases Act) .
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
8118,978 55
55,753 00
5,617 08
35,454 64
3,528 68
1,500 00
500 00
23,370 00
11,540 00
18,740 00
8,060 00
26,586 66
2,600 00
625 00
12,160 00
8,230 00
4,200 00
2,700 00
1,670 00
4,000 00
126,481 66
14,820 00
2,500 00
2,300 00
5,280 00
1,080 00
6,760 00
840 00
10,192 00
S40 00
8,240 00
6,675 00
6,784 00
5,520 00
2,280 00
5,932 00
3,580 00
2,160 00
7,260 00
2,640 00
2,640 00
2,700 00
1,500 00
100,523 00
19,800 00
3,500 00
500 00
1,000 00
2,500 00
1,200 00
8,500 00
6,900 00
1,000 00
1,500 00
13,500 00
22.900 00
Total
Expenditure.
8118,978 66
60,488 80
6,051 48
171,333 03
3,660 21
360,612 07
1,500 00
500 00
20,421 48
11,541 60
18,740 00
7,985 00
25,026 66
2,935 00
450 00
11,210 32
8,095 00
3,008 25
2,700 00
1,670 00
4,247 18
120,030 49
15,331 00
2,500 00
2,150 00
4,920 00
1,080 00
6,760 00
840 00
10,152 00
840 00
6,240 00
6,817 50
6,909 00
4,012 50
2,280 00
5,332 00
3,550 00
2,160 00
7,242 00
2,640 00
2,640 00
2,700 00
875 00
97,971 00
19,800 00
3,722 50
55 40
4,304 75
1,623 65
29,506 30
6,976 62
372 73
1,589 02
12,881 61
21,819 98
Unexpended.
75 00
1,660 00
175 00
949 68
135 00
1,191 75
7,034
160 00
360 00
1,507 50
600 00
30 00
625 00
3,330 50
500 00
944 60
1,444 60
627 27
6P3 39
Over-
Expended.
4,735 SO
434 40
135,878 39
141,180 12
247 18
583 78
142 50
125 00
778 50
1,804 76
423 65
2,450 90
76 62
89 02
165 64 128
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
No
of
Vote.
50
51
52
53
54
56
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
65a
70
71
72
73
74
76
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
90
91
92
95
96
97
Education Office	
Victoria City District	
Victoria District	
Esquimalt District	
Cowiehan District	
Islands Districts	
Nanaimo City District	
Nanaimo District	
Alberni District	
Comox District	
New Westminster City District .
Vancouver City District	
New Westminster District	
Yale District 	
West Kootenay District 	
East Kootenay District	
Lillooet District	
Cariboo District	
Cassiar District	
Total
Appropriation
VI.—Hospitals and Charities.
Hospital, Victoria      8   8,000 00
Do.       New Westminster   I 3,400 00
Do.       Cariboo "' 4,000 00
Do.      Nanaimo  ' 4,000 00
Do.       Kamloops  3,000 00
Do.      Vancouver ! | 5,000 00
Do.      Donald  ; 2,000 00
Hospital Allowance, Fort Simpson ! 500 00
Refuge Home, Victoria  ! 1,000 00
In aid of destitute poor and sick  j 1,935 50
Do.     Resident Physician, Clinton  I 1,000 00
Do.                   do.                  Nicola M 500 00
Do.                  do.                Okanagan ■ 300 00
Do.                  do.                 Alberni  \ 300 00
Do.                  do.                Lower Cariboo District j 600 00
Do.                  do.                Fort Steele  500 00
Do.                 do.               Comox | 300 00
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.
IX.—Transport.
Charges on Remittances	
Travelling Expenses of Officers on duty .
Keep of Horses 	
X.—Rent.
Government House, Victoria	
100
100a
101
102
103
104
105
XL—Revenue Services.
Commission, Courts of Appeal, Travelling Exps., Miscellaneous
XII.—Public Works.
Works and Buildings.
Repairs to Government Buildings, Victoria	
Addition to House of Assembly, Victoria	
Repairs to Government Buildings, New Westminster	
Do. do. Nanaimo and Wellington...
Do. do. Yale District	
Do. do. Lillooet District	
Do. do. Cariboo District	
36,335 50
10,000 00
4,000 00
2,000 00
500 00
1.000 00
15,000 00
1,000 00
6,600 00
6,500 00
1,700 00
47,700 00
9,160 00
29,080 00
6,720 00
4,080 00
6,300 00
3,040 00
9,060 00
12,310 00
1,160 00
5,300 00
14,080 00
23,360 00
33,360 OO
18,020 00
1,340 00
1,520 00
3,800 00
3,180 00
1,520 00
186,390 00
300 00
4,500 00
200 00
2,500 00
1,500 00
2,000 00
400 00
500 00
300 00
200 00
Carried forward.
7,400 00
Total
Expenditure.
%  8,000 00
3,400 00
4,000 00
4,000 00
3,000 00
5,000 00
1,000 00
2,139 51
1,000 00
509 00
300 00
600 00
333 33
33,272 84
8,484 12
2,766 85
2,309 37
73 75
850 00
14,967 69
633 65
6,072 90
8,988 42
3,591 84
48,738 59
7,044 82
20,590 00
6,632 90
3,627 69
5,382 58
2,973 22
8,900 00
9,715 78
1,060 96
4,529 97
11,791 50
21,608 83
29,237 20
14,085 25
1,340 00
1,460 00
1,520 00
3,137 00
208 81
6,751 38
198 36
12,180 91
2,512 67
1,299 40
421 94
285 58
608 05
299 62
186 37
5,613 63
Unexpended.
2,000 00
500 00
166 67
300 00
1,516 88
1,233 15
426 25
150 50
32 31
366 55
3,723 94
2,115 18
2,490 00
87 10
452 31
917 42
66 78
160 00
2,594 22
109 04
770 03
2,288 50
1,751 17
4,122 80
3,934 75
60 00
2,280 00
42 90
1,520 00
25,762 20
91 19
1 64
200- 60
1,578 06
114 42
38
108 05
18 63
1,907 09
120 72
Over-
Expended.
309 37
72 90
2,488 42
1,891 84
4,762 53
180 91 56 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
129
No.
of
Vote.
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
115A
115b
115C
116
117
118
119
120
121
121a
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
153A
153b
154
155
156
157
158
158A
No Vote
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
Brought forward	
XII.—Public Works.—Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Concluded.
Repairs to Government Buildings, East Kootenay District.
Do. do. West do
Asylum for the Insane (sundry requirements)	
Hospital, Cariboo (repairs and furniture)	
Court House, Vancouver (repairs, &c.)	
Do. Cowiehan (construction).
Do. Ashcroft do
Do. Lillooet do
Do. Comox do
Do. Donald
Do. N. Westminster
Do. do
do
do
do
do       	
do       	
(furniture and fittings)
Registry Office, Vancouver (furniture, etc.).
Gaol, Donald	
Do. Nelson	
Do. Fort Simpson	
Lock-up, Ainsworth    .
Do. Telegraph Creek ..  	
Do. Wellington	
Do. Osoyoos	
Furniture for Government offices   	
Improvement of Government Reserves...   .
Insurance of Government buildings	
Public Schools, Victoria (new steam boiler)
New Westminster (construction)
Do.
Do. Northfield, do.
Do. Moodyville, do	
Do. Brownsville, do	
Do. North Comox, do	
Do. Duncan's, do.        	
Do. East Langley, do	
Do. Sooke, do	
Do. Sumas, do.        	
Do. Salmon Arm, do.        	
Do. Lansdowne, do	
Do. Similkameen, do	
Do. Kettle River, do	
Do. Dunach, do	
Do. Surrey Centre, do	
Do. Junction, do	
Do. Hornby, do.        	
Do. Parksville, do.        	
Do. Nanoose, do	
Do. Southfield, do	
Do. North Oyster, do	
Do. Chemainus Landing,      do	
Do. Port Simpson, do.        	
Do. Gordon Head, do.       	
Do. Abbotsford, do	
Do. South Aldergrove, do. 	
Do. Barkerville, (furniture)	
Do. Kamloops,      (purchase of site)	
Do. St. Mary's Mission (construction)	
Do. Coldstream, do 	
Do. throughout the Province (furniture, &c.)	
Boring Artesian Wells	
Lowering- Somenos Lake	
Purchase of lot adjoining Gaol site, Kamloops	
Improvement of Ganges Harbour	
Rebuilding dam at Mission Creek, Okanagan	
Forest clearing, Block 350, Lot 526, Group 1, New Westminster
District 	
Total
Appropriation
Government House, Victoria.
Repairs to Building	
Furniture	
Fuel and Light	
Water	
Improving Grounds	
Fencing	
Gardener	
Miscellaneous	
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharm.
Victoria District	
Lake Hill Road, Victoria District	
Esquimalt District	
Cowiehan District	
Carried forward	
$7,400 00
600 00
500 00
2,000 00
500 00
2,000 00
3,000 00
1,500 00
800 00
1,500 00
500 00
11,528 00
7,000 00
600 00
1,135 00
1,300 00
1,200 00
1,000 00
400 00
625 00
600 00
3,200 00
1,000 00
3,500 00
350 00
19,624 00
2,500 00
1,587 00
1,500 00
1,500 00
1,500 00
700 00
700 00
700 00
700 00
820 00
700 00
700 00
700 00
700 00
700 00
700 00
786 00
786 00
790 00
786 00
700 00
700 00
738 00
700 00
700 00
•250 00
800 00
700 00
1,000 00
6,000 00
3,500 00
900 00
400 00
200 00
1,000 00
500 00
500 00
700 00
200 00
200 00
250 00
600 00
50 00
3,000 00
12,000 00
3,000 00
8,000 00
13,000 00
36,000 00
Total
Expenditure.
15,613 63
560 22
518 59
1,858 52
354 93
1,976 00
2,998 71
1,387 00
800 00
1,488 27
193 01
11,593 00
7,007 36
570 75
1,135 00
1,186 00
1,200 00
1,000 00
625 00
557 14
3,776 39
1,147 93
2,025 90
350 00
19,586 30
2,499 25
1,587 00
1,450 00
1,330 65
1,504 00
595 00
700 00
619 00
686 00
820 00
699 50
700 00
692 00
716 50
690 00
720 00
786 00
786 00
790 00
786 00
690 00
789 00
693 75
725 00
675 00
250 00
699 00
695 50
2,883 63
3,412 66
577 00
200 00
1,279 35
750 00
102,984 94
81 37
152 31
703 10
106 71
114 70
152 95
600 00
29 00
1,940 14
12,183 65
3,003 19
8,187 31
12,976 09
Unexpended.
$1,907 09
39 78
141 48
145 07
24 00
1 29
113 00
11 73
306 99
29 25
iii'oo'
400 00
"4286'
37 70
75
50 00
169 35
81 00
15 00
50
' 8 66
"io 66'
44 25
25 66'
800 00
1 00
305 00
2,116 37
87 34
323 00
400 00
418 63
347 69
97 05
'2l'66'
36,350 14
Over-
Expended.
$120 72
65 00
7 36
576 39
147 93
16 50
'2606
89 00
'2506
279 35
750 00
2,119 84
183 55
3 19
187 31
374 05
I- 130
Public Accounts, 1st July,  1891, to 30th June, 1892.
No.
of
Vote.
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
1S1
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
214a
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
225
226
227
228
229
230
231
231A
231b
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
Brought forward	
XII.—Public Works—Concluded.
Boads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Concluded.
Islands District	
Nanaimo District	
Alberni District	
Comox District	
New Westminster District	
Yale District	
Lillooet District	
Cariboo District	
Cassiar District	
East Kootenay District '	
West Kootenay District	
Main Trunk Road	
Victoria-Nanaimo Trunk Road (Goldstream to Shawnigan) .
Nanaimo-Alberni Trunk Road 	
Ladner's to Hope Trunk Road	
Municipalities throughout the Province	
Squamish Valley Road	
Toad Mountain Mines Road	
Trail, Kettle River to Columbia River	
Hat Creek and Marble Canyon Road	
Chilcotin Road	
Road to Forks of Quesnelle	
Victoria City, Trunk Roads within new city limits	
Bridge, Thompson River at Lytton	
Do.    Quesnellemouth .
Do.    Duncan's	
Do.    Vedder Creek	
Do.    Maria Slough '	
Do.    Chilcotin River (at Hance's) .
Kettle River bridges (two)	
Wharf at Comox (repairs).
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Fulford Harbour	
Galiano Island	
Salt Spring Island (north side).
Kuper Island	
Hornby Island (extension)	
Denman Island (repairs)	
Ferry at Soda Creek (improving)	
Soda Creek   Ferry Subsidy	
Chimney Creek,
Chilcotin River,
Thompson River,
Big Bar,
Helmcken Road.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Surveys.
Throughout the Province.
XIII.—Miscellaneous.
Advertising.
Stationery...
Total
Appropriation
Telegrams	
Fuel and Light	
Library, Legislative and Departmental.	
Library, Attorney-General's Department	
Refunds	
Premium on Guarantee Bonds	
Fire Department, Victoria	
Do. Nanaimo	
Do. New Westminster	
Do. Vancouver	
Do. Barkerville	
Do. Kamloops	
Do. Quesnelle	
Do. Revelstoke	
Do. Nelson	
Reporting Judges' decisions	
Agricultural Societies	
Fruit Growers' Association 	
Telephone Service	
British Columbia Agricultural Association	
Ro}-al Agricultural and Industrial Society of British Columbia.
Destruction of Wolves and Panthers in settled Districts	
In aid of Militia	
Provincial Rifle Team, expenses to Ottawa	
4,000 00
11,000 00
6,500 00
16,000 00
31,000 00
28,000 00
9,000 00
6,000 00
6,000 00
18,000 00
32,000 00
25,000 00
500 00
3,000 00
2,00c 00
7,000 00
2,000 00
8,000 (10
2,000 00
1,000 00
4,500 00
8,000 00
4,000 00
9,000 00
20,000 00
3,000 00
3,000 00
500 00
2,500 00
2,000 00
2,482 50
500 00
584 00
1,200 00
700 00
620 00
500 00
1,500 00
300 00
500 00
600 00
400 00
200 00
1,031 00
321,207 00
Carried forward.
5,000 po
7,000 00
3,500 00
2,500 00
3,600 00
500 00
500 00
3,000 00
800 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
1,000 00
250 00
250 00
250 00
500 00
2,400 00
1,000 00
900 00
1,1100 00
1,000 00
760 00
600 00
500 00
39,200 00
Total
Expenditure.
836,350 14
3,913 68
10,996 69
5,231 15
16,014 20
30,962 76
25,913 78
8,999 22
5,987 68
6,229 97
16,833 68
31,905 74
25,883 50
374 90
2,957 64
1,984 96
7,000 00
1,999 55
7,999 88
2,013 12
4,550 32
7,993 53
4,000 00
8,937 85
13,625 00
2,985 00
3,000 00
2,162 80
2,484 71
573 02
584 38
1,137 39
716 22
687 93
468 39
1,488 18
300 00
500 00
600 00
400 00
200 00
1,681 00
46,716 37
4,199 05
10,583 39
3,979 22
1,929 45
4,515 23
373 37
439 46
5,110 79
715 50
500 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
1,000 00
250 00
250 00
2,400 00
1,000 00
968 75
1,0(10 00
1,000 00
695 00
600 00
500 00
44.009 20
Unexpended.
8 23 91
86 31
3 31
268 85
37 24
2,086 22
78
12 32
Over-
e.xpended.
8374 05
1,166 32
94 26
125 10
42 36
15 04
45
12
1,000 00
' 6 47
"'6215'
0,375 00
15 00
500 00
337 20
2,000 00
31 01
11 82
126 63
60 65
229 97
883 50
13 12
56 32
2 71
73 02
38
16 22
67 93
14,364 45    1,731 42
3,583 30
479 22
2,44S 18    7,257 38 50 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
131
No.
of
- Vote.
241
242
243
244
245
240
■240a
246b
246c
246d
•246k
246f
246a
246II
2461
246.1
246k
•246:.
Act 51V.
No Vote
247
Brought forward	
XIII.—Miscellaneous.    Concluded.
Superannuation allowance to late messenger, D. Deasy	
In aid of communication with remote settlements	
In aid of Hospital Building, Fori Simpson	
Miscellaneous (not detailed in Estimates) 	
Provincial Exhibit at Imperial Institute, London	
Collecting  and   reporting  on   Agricultural, Mining,  and other
Industries of the Province	
Provincial Exhibit Association, in aid of Exhibition at Toronto.
Assistance towards establishing a Hospital at Comox	
Lithographing Maps	
Consolidation of Statutes, balance due Commissioners awarded
by arbitrator, $2,000 ; expenses of arbitration, &c., §335....
Subscription to Provincial Directory	
Gratuity to wife of the late W. H. Edwards	
Do. do. W. Dewdney, Government Agent.. .
Do. do. W. Angus	
Expenses of Royal Commission, Victoria City Corporation 	
Refund   of   proportion   of   Provincial   Revenue   Tax  for  the;
calendar year, 1891, to cities affected by a change in the !
" Public School Act, 1891," viz.: Victoria, $5,937; Vancouver, |
82,500.50; New Westminster, 8747 ; Nanaimo, 81,293	
Compensation to J. Flewin, Constable, for loss of property by
fire at Metlakahtla .   ..'	
Board of Examiners, " Land Surveyors' Act "	
Aid to Quartz Mining, Reduction Works, Cariboo	
Interest on deposits " Suitors' Fund Act, 1890 "	
Immigration	
Total Total
Appropriation   Expenditure.
9,200 00
480 00
1,200 00
500 00
3,000 00
5,000 00
.2,200 00
750 00
500 00
4,000 00
2,335 00
700 00
240 00
450 00
300 00
1,286 00
10,477 50
300 00
400 00
4,200 00
480 00
1,200 00
502 08
3,574 09
1,006 23
1,998 80
746 60
500 00
2,841 55
2,335 00
700 00
240 00
450 00
300 00
1,286 60
10,477 50
300 00
399 50
704 00
291 89
4,435 00
$78,778 04
Unexpended.
$2,448 18
201 20
3 40
1,158 45
Over-
Expended.
$7,257 38
2 08
574 09
704 00
291 89
235 00
89,065 04
Audit Office,
SOth November, 1892.
J. McB. Smith,
Auditor.
V 56 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
133
UNPROVIDED   ITEMS
IN EXPENDITURE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED 30th JUNE, 1892.
STATEMENT of Services, the Expenditures of which have exceeded their Appropriations,
from 1st July, 1891, to -30th June, 1892, and for which over-expenditure the sanction of
Parliament is required.
I.—Public Debt.
Sinking" Fund	
Premium and Exchange	
Discount and Commission	
Expenses in connection with Loan and Consolidation,
II.—Civil Government (Salaries).
Treasury Department 	
Legislation	
Temporary Departmental Assistance	
III.—Administration of Justice (Salaries).
Supreme and County Courts	
Police and Gaols, West Kootenay District	
do Cariboo District 	
Loan Act, 1891 "
IV.—Legislation.
Mileage	
Contingent Fund	
Journals and Statutes Binding ..
V.—Public Institutions (Maintenance).
Printing Office, Victoria	
Provincial Museum	
VI.—Hospitals and Charities.
In aid of destitute poor and sick
VII.-
-Admixistration of Justice (other than Salaries).
Expenses of Inquests	
Special Constables	
Transport of Constables and Prisoners	
Miscellaneous	
XI.-
-Transport.
Travelling Expenses of Officers on Duty	
-Revenue Services.
Commission, Courts of Appeal, Travelling Expenses, and Miscellaneous.
XII.—Public Works.
Works and
Repairs to Government Buildings, Victoria	
do do Yale District	
do do West Kootenay District	
Court House, New Westminster (Construction)	
do do (Furniture and fittings)	
Furniture for Government Offices	
Improvement of Government Reserves	
Public School, Duncan's	
do Surrey Centre	
do Hornby	
do Port Simpson	
do Abbotsford	
Rebuilding dam at Mission Creek, Okanagan	
Forest clearing, Block 350, Lot 526, Group 1, New Westminster District .
Government House.
Fuel and Light .
Carried forward.
$4,785 80
434 40
135,878 39
131 53
1
6!)
835
00
247
18
511
00
142 60
125 00
222
50
1,804
75
423 65
72
62
89 02
309 37
72 90
2,488 42
1,891 84
12 67
108 05
18 59
65 00
7 36
576 39
147 93
4 00
16 50
20 00
89 00
25 00
279 35
750 00
141,180 12
683 78
2,450 90
165 64
204 01
4,762 53
2,251 38
180 91
2,119 84
3 10
8154,680 71 134
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
SERVICE.
Amount.
Total.
#154,680 71
XII.—Public Works.— Concluded.
Boads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.
$183 55
3 19
1S7 31
14 20
229 97
SS3 50
13 12
50 32
2 71
73 02
38
16 22
67 93
Cassiar District	
do         Kuper Island	
do         Hornby Island (extension)	
XIII. —Miscellaneous.
Stationery	
3,583 39
479 22
1,015 23
2,110 79
68 75
2 08
574 09
60
704 00
•291 89
235 00
9,005 04
.$165,477 17
Audit Office,
30th November,
J. McB. SMITH,
Auditor.
1S9:>. 56 Vict.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 30th June, 1892.
135
LAPSED   BALANCES   OF   APPROPRIATIONS
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED SOTH JUNE, 1S92.
 O :	
STATEMENT of Balances of Appropriations at the credit of the following services, for the
Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1892, which lapsed by authority of "An Act for granting
certain Sums of Money for the Public Service of the Province of British Columbia."
SERVICE.
II.—Civil Government (Salaries).
Provincial Secretary's Department   	
Attorney-General's Department	
Land Registry Offices (Victoria and New Westminster).
Registration of Voters	
Asylum for the Insane	
Revenue Services	
Assay Offices and Reduction Works	
Iff.
-Administration op Justice (Salaries).
Stipendiary Magistrates	
Superintendent of Police and Gaols	
Police and Gaols, New Westminster	
Do. Cassiar District	
Do. Kamloops	
1 >o. Okanagan	
Do. Nanaimo	
Inspector of Animals (Contagious Diseases Act) .
-Legislation.
Registration of Voters and revision of lists	
Expenses of Elections	
- Public Institutions (Maintenance).
Assay Offices	
Asylum for the Insane, New Westminster.
—Hospitals and Charities.
Hospital, Donald	
Hospital Allowance, Fort Simpson	
In aid of Resident Physician, Alberni	
Do.                     do.            Fort Steele
Do. do. Comox	
VII.—Administration of Justice (other than Salaries).
Summoning and paying Jurors and Witnesses	
Prosecutions and Interpreters	
Criminal Punishments	
Rewards
Keep of Horses .
XII.—Public Works.
Works and Buildings.
Addition to House of Assembly, Victoria	
Repairs to Government Buildings, New Westminster .   ...
Do. do. Nanaimo	
Do. do. Lillooet District	
Do. do. Cariboo District	
Do. do. East Kootenay District.
Asylum for the Insane (sundry requirements)	
Hospital, Cariboo (repairs and furniture)	
Court House, Vancouver (repairs, etc.)	
Carried forward.
I
$2,948 52
75 00
1,560 00
175 00
94!) 6S
135 00
1,101 75
Keep of Prisonei
VIIL—Education.
do                      	
Esquimalt
do	
do                         	
do	
do	
do	
do             	
Comox
do	
Vancouver City
do	
Yale
East Kootenay
Lillooet
Cariboo
do	
do	
do	
do	
do	
IX.—Transport.
150 00
360 00
40 0O
1,507 50
600 00
30 00
18 00
025 00
500
Oil
044
00
027
27
CIS
30
2,000 Oil
500 00
300 00
166 67
300 00
1,515 88
1,233 15
420 25
150 00
32 31
366 35
Total.
3,330 50
1,444 60
1,245 60
3,266 67
3,723 94
2,115 18
2,490 00
87 10
452 31
917 42
66 78
160 00
2,694 22
109 04
770 03
2,288 50
1,751 17
4,122 80
3,934 75
60 00
2,280 00
42 90
1,520 00
25,762 20
91 19
1 64
92 83
200 60
1,578 06
114 42
38
13 63
39 78
141 48
145 07
24 00
$2,257 42
S45,901 35 136
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1891, to 80th June, 1892.
Brought forward'-.
Works and Buildings.— Concluded.
Court House, Cowiehan (construction)	
Do. Ashcroft do. 	
Do. Comox do. 	
Do. Donald do. 	
Registry Office, Vancouver (furniture, etc.)	
Gaol, Nelson (construction) 	
Lock-up, Telegraph Creek	
Do.       Osoyoos   	
Insurance of Government Buildings	
Public School, New Westminster City (construction).
Do.
Northfield
do.
Do.
Brownsville
do.
Do.
North Comox
do.
Do.
East Langlev
do.
Do.
Sumas
do.
Do.
Salmon Arm
do.
Do.
Similkamecu
do.
Do.
Dunaoh
do.
Do.
Junction
do.
Do.
Chemainus Landing
do.
Do.
Gordon Head
do.
Do.
South Aldergrove
do.
Do.
St. Mary's Mission
do.
Do.
Coldstream
do.
Do.
Kamloops
(purchase of site)
Public Schools throughout the Province.
Boring Artesian Wells	
Lowering Sumas Lake	
Purchase of lot adjoining Gaol site   Kamloops.
Government House,  Victoria.
Repairs to building'	
Furniture	
Water	
Improving Grounds	
Fencing	
Miscellaneous	
Balances,
Roads, Streets, Bridgets, and Wharves.
Cowiehan District	
Islands do	
Nanaimo do	
Alberni do	
New Westminster District	
Yale District	
Lillooet District	
Cariboo     do	
East Kootenay District	
West Kootenay District	
Victoria-Nanaimo Trunk Road (Goldstream to Shawnigan).
Nanaimo-Alberni Trunk Road	
Ladner's to Hope Trunk Road	
Squamish Valley Road   	
Toad Mountain Mines Road	
Hat Creek and Marble Canyon Road	
Road to Forks of Quesnelle	
Bridge, Thompson River at Lytton	
Do.     Quesnellemouth	
Do.     Duncan's	
Do.     Maria Slough	
Do.     Chilcotin River (at Hance's)	
Bridges, Kettle River (two)	
Wharf at Salt Spring Island (north side)	
Do.       Denman Island (repairs)	
Ferry at Soda Creek (improving)	
Surveys.
Surveys throughout the Province	
XIIL—Miscellaneous.
Advertising	
Telegrams   	
Library, Legislative and Departmental	
Library, Attorney-General's Department	
Premium on Guarantee Bonds	
Fire Department, Quesnelle	
Reporting Judges' Decisions 	
Destruction of Wolves and Panthers	
Provincial Exhibit at Imperial Institute, London	
Collecting and reporting on agricultural, mining, and other industries of the Province.
Provincial Exhibit Association in aid of Exhibition at Toronto	
Lithographing maps	
Board of Examiners, " Land Surveyors Act" 	
Total.
$2,257 42
1 29
113 00
11 73
306 99
29 25
114 00
400 00
42 86
1,474 10
37 70
75
50 00
169 35
105 00
81 00
15 00
50
8 00
10 00
10 00
44 25
25 00
1  00
305 00
800 00
2,116 37
87 34
323 00
400 00
Total.
545,901 35
418 63
347 69
93 29
85 30
97 05
21 00
1,062 96
23 91
86 31
3 31
268 85
37 24
2,086 22
7$
12 32
1,166 32
94 20
125 10
42 30
15 04
45
12
1,000 00
6 47
62 15
6,375 00
15 00
500 00
337 20
2,000 00
62 61
31  61
11 82
14,364 45
283 63
800 95
570 55
126 63
60 55
84 50
250 00
500 00
55 00
3,993 77
201 20
3 40
1,158 45
50
	
7,805 50
•«7S,757 79
Audit Office, SOth November, 189$
J. McB. SMITH, Auditor,

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