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 BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
PUBLIC    ACCOUNTS
-FOR   THE-
FISCAL YEAR ENDED 30TH JUNE, 1899.
PERIOD FROM 1st JULY, 1898, TO 30th JUNE, 1899.
VICTORIA, B. C. :
Printed by Richard Wolfekden, Printer to the Queen's Most Kxeellent Majesty.
1899.  63 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.
To the Honourable Thomas R. McInnes,
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, 1899.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
Treasury Department,
Victoria, 23rd December, 1899.
F. CARTER-COTTON,
Minister of Finance.  Audit Office,
23rd December, 1899.
To the Honourable F.  Carter-Cotton,
Minister of Finance.
The undersigned has the honour to present to you the Public Accounts for the fiscal year
ended 30th June, 1899.
Respectfully submitted.
J. McB. SMITH,
Auditor-General. Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.
PUBLIC  ACCOUNTS
FISCAL   YEAR   ENDED   30TH   JUNE,   1899.
TABLE   OF   CONTENTS
Page     7— Balance Sheet or the Province op British Columbia
8— Debentures Outstanding Issued under the British Columbia Loan Acts.
9— Inscribed Stock Issued under the British Columbia Loan Acts.
10— Debentures Outstanding Issued under the Dyking Acts.
10— Guarantees under the Railway Acts.
11— Statement,  showing amount of Debentures of the Loans 1877   and   1887  redeemed by
conversion into Inscribed Stock.
12— Loan, 1877 ; Sinking Fund Account.
13—.       Loan, 1887; Sinking Fund Account. *
14— Loan, 1891 and 1893, Inscribed Stock ; Sinking Fund Account.
15— Debt Account :  The Dominion of Canada in account with the Province.
15— Subsidy Account : The Dominion of Canada in account with the Province.
16— Shuswap  and Okanagan Railway Company : Statement showing  the Amounts paid and
received by the Province of British Columbia.
17— Victoria  and   Sidney  Railway  Company,  in    account   with  the  Province  of British
Columbia.
18— Nakusp and Slocan Railway in account with the Province of British Columbia.
18a— Receipts and Expenditure ; from 20th July, 1871, to 30th June,  1886.    (Table No. 1.)
18b— do.                            do.             from 1st July,  1886, to 30th June,  1899.    (Table No. 2.)
I8c— Treasurer's Financial Statement.
19— Statement showing details of "Miscellaneous Receipts."
20— District Returns of Revenue.
21— Expenditure ; Summary.
23-27— do. Recapitulation.
29-209— do. Detailed.
210-215— Appropriation and  Expenditure ; Statement showing Appropriation and Expenditure,
also sums unexpended and over-expended.
216-217— Unprovided Items; Statement of Services the Expenditures on which have exceeded their
Appropriation.
218-220— Lapsed Balances or Appropriations. 63 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.
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DEBENTURES   OUTSTANDING.
RETURN showing the amount of Debentures outstanding, issued under the British
Columbia Loan Acts.
[To 30th June, 1899.]
6 per cent.—Debentures issued tinder tm Jjoan A.ct, 1877/' (Payable in 30 years).
Terminable,
1st July, 1907.
Numbers.
Denomination.
Total amount
issued.
Deduct Amount
redeemed by conversion under authority of Act,1891,
for consolidating
the Public Debt.
Outstanding
subject to
conversion.
Total
Amount
outstanding.
Date of Issue,
1st July, 1877.
f     1 to    500
'( 501 to 1,000
500 @ £100 )
500 @ £200 J
£150,000=$727,500
£54,600 = 8264,810
£95,400 @4.85 =
$462,690.00
4 1/2 per cent.—Debentures issued under" Jjoan Act, 1887/' (Payable in 30 years).
Terminable,
1st July, 1917.
Numbers.
Denomination.
Total amount
issued.
Deduct Amount
redeemed by conversion  under authority of Act,1891,
for consolidating
the Public Debt.
Outstanding
subject to
conversion.
Date of Issue,
1st July, 1887. ■
/    1 to    200
\201 to 1,254
200 @ £500 \
1,054 @ £100/
£205,400 = ^996,190
£126,800 = $614,980
£78,600® 4.85 =
381,210.00
3 1 j2 per cent.—Debentures issued under "Loan A.ct3 1897," (Payable in 10 years).
[Parliament Building Equipment.]
Terminable,
1st July, 1907.
Numbers.
Denomination.
Total amount
issued.
Amount redeemed.
Date of Issue,
1st July, 1897.
1 to 10
$10,000
$100,000
$10,000
90,000.00
$933,900.00
J. McB. SMITH,
A uditor- General. 63 Vict.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.
INSCRIBED   STOCK   ISSUED.
RETURN   showing  the   amount of Inscribed Stock issued under the British Columbia
Loan Acts.
[To 30th June,  1899.]
3 per cent.—Inscribed Stock, issued under f(loan Act, 1891'
July 1st, lS'Jl).
(Payable in 50 Yeras front
Terminable
1st July, 1941.
Date of
1st July,
1st July,
1st Jan.,
1st July,
1st Jan.,
1st Jan.,
1st July,
1st July,
1st Jan.,
1st July,
Issue.
1891..
1692..
1893..
1893..
1894..
1895..
1895..
1896..
1897..
1897..
Issue for Money
Loan.
£200,000 = $970,000
Issue for redemption
of Debentures of
Loan, 1877.
£42,195 = 8204,645.75
20,450= 99,182.50
980= 4,753.00
2,100= 10,185.00
2,380= 11,543.00
1,540= 7,489.00
1,820= 8,827.00
6,250= 30,312.50
Issue for redemption
of Debentures of
Loan, 1887.
£126,750 = 3614,737.60
12,720= 61,692.00
7,250 =
9,375=
500=
2,000=
3,600 =
1,150 =
35,162.50
45,468.75
2,425.00
9,700.00
17,460.00
5,577.60
£200,000 (
168,945
33,170
980
9,350
11,755
2,040
3,820
9,850
1,150
84.85=$ 970,000.00
819,383.25
160,874.50
4,753.00
45,347.50
57,011.75
9,894.00
18,527.00
47,772.50
5,577.50
$2,139,141.00
3 per cent.—Inscribed Stock issued under " Loan Act, 1893 " (Payable in 50 Years from 1891).
Terminable
1st July, 1941.
Date of Issue.
1st July, 1893.
Issue or Parliament Buildings Construction.
.£123,700 @ $4.85
3 per cent.—Inscribed Stoclz issued under " Loan Act, 1895" (Payablein 50 Years from 1891).
$2,139,141.00
2,037,000.00
$4,776,086.00
J. McB. SMITH,
A uditor- General. 10
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.
DYKING DEBENTURES  OUTSTANDING.
RETURN" showing the amount of Debentures outstanding, issued under the Dyking Acts.
[To 30th June, 1899.]
3| per cent.—Debentures issued under the "Dyking Debenture Act, 1897."
[Payable in 40 years from 1st July, 1897.]
Date of Issue.
Date Issued from Treasury.
Numbers.
Denomination.
Total amount outstanding.
July 1st, 1897.  ...
November 24th, 1897
January 15th,    1898	
February 3rd,     1898
February 9th,    1898
May 16th,           1898
1 to 118
119 to 314
315 to 374
375 to 424
425 to 471
$1,000 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
$118,000 00
196,000 00
60,000 00
50,000 00
47,000 00
$471,000 00
Note.—The Dj'king Districts for which the above Debentures were issued are: Pitt Meadows, Maple Ridge, Coquitlam, Matsqui,
and Sumas. The principal and interest, together with a sinking fund of 1^ per cent, per annum, are secured to the Province
by a charge against the lands, leviable by annual assessments, in proportion to the cost of the works in each District.
J. McB. SMITH,
Auditor-General.
RAILWAY GUARANTEES.
RETURN showing the sums Guaranteed  by the Province of British Columbia under the
various Railway Acts.
[Statement up to Date, 30th June,  1899.]
XX AID   OF  RAILWAYS.
'SHUSWAP  RAILWAY GUARANTEE  ACT, 1890."
Guarantee of Interest of the Shuswap and Okanagan Railway Company's Bonds, 4 per cent, per annum on
$1,249,763	
[Terminable in 25 years from 1st July, 1890.]
'VICTORIA AND SIDNEY RAILWAY SUBSIDY ACT, 1892."
Guarantee of Interest of the Victoria and Sidney Railway Company's Bonds, 2 per cent, per annum on §300,000
[Terminable in 25 years from 1st September, 1892.]
'NAKUSP AND SLOCAN RAILWAY AID ACT, 1894."
Guarantee of Principal and Interest of the Nakusp and Slocan Railway Company's Bonds.   Interest at 4 per
cent, per annum on $647,072	
[Terminable in 25 years from 1st July, 1893.    Principal payable in 1918.]
Annual
Guarantee.
$49,980 52
6,000 00
25,882 88
Note.—Against the guarantee to the Shuswap and Okanagan and Nakusp and Slocan Railways, the Province receives 40 per cent,
of the gi'oss earnings, under agreement with the C. P. R. Co., which company is operating both lines.
J. McB. SMITH,
A uditor- General. 63 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.
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SHOWING DETAILS  OF AMOUNT BROUGHT TO ACCOUNT IN  THE REVENUE RETURN
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Fire insurance on Government House, $12,000, less $556.33 paid to Mrs. T. R. Mclnnes and employees for clothing
destroyed	
Fees for Priv ate Bills, Legislative Assembly	
Fees on applications for Liquor Licence, "Liquor Licence Act,"	
Fees from Judicial Commission on adjustment of mining- claims at Atlin	
Fees, relief from forfeiture, section 143, "Mineral Act"    	
Forfeiture of election deposits, 7 @ 8200	
Fees for school teachers' examination	
Fee from the Cariboo-Omineca Chartered Co. (section 31, Act of Incorporation, '1898)	
Fees for Commission on appointment to Queen's Counsel	
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Fees for preparing leases         	
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Sale of maps 	
Fees under '' Oaths Act"	
Filing deeds of partnership	
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Sale of '' Mineral Acts"	
Fees for searches	
Fees under " Marriage Act"	
Sale of Voters' Lists	
Sale of Log-Sealers' books	
Cattle Brands	
Refund of unearned premium from Guarantee Companies	
Moneys found on dead bodies and used towards cost of interment	
Sale of Surveyor's steel tapes.    	
Fees for registration of liens	
Refund of expenses of transport of prisoners 	
Certificates of Births, Deaths and Marriages	
Hire receipts, fees for registering    ,	
Refund of freight paid on case of documents	
Naturalization fees	
Exhumation fees, " Graveyard Act"	
Refund of costs in J. P.'s Court	
Exchange on cheques	
Money retained from prisoner, and applied toward cost of prosecution   	
Refund from J. W. Brownlee for portion of Government ration account at Atlin	
Refund of amount of supplies furnished to indigent miners 	
Refund from Trustees of Hernando School, portion of grant for incidental expenses (school closed)	
Refund from F. J. L. Tytler, re settlement of Dyking Account  	
Refund from patients for part cost of treatment in hospital at Telegraph Creek, Cassiar	
Refund of amount received as charity  '	
Contribution towards relief expedition for distressed miners on remote trails	
Refund of cost of advertisement	
Fee for caveat against issuance of marriage licence	
Sale of confiscated and unclaimed effects at Lake Bennett   -    	
Amount received for returned Post Office keys	
Amount received from applicants for travelling libraries, cost of cases    	
Refund of cost of cablegram	
Refund of over-payments on vouchers ..»	
Fees for filing certificate under section 53, " Water Clauses Act "	
Fees under " Coal Mines Regulation Act"	
Sale of confiscated venison	
Payment of A. Buie's dishonoured cheque -	
Refund of protest fee paid on draft	
Difference in adjustment on payment of cheques.	
Unclaimed cheques issued in 1889, §61.50, in 1891, §0.45, in 1895, §60.00 (written off)	
Total	
¥11,443 67
5,010 00
3,590 50
4.3V5 00
570
00
1,400 00
1,355 00
750 00
125
90
900
00
215
00
548
00
104
85
60 00
231
50
310 05
90
75
38 00
10 00
131
50
70
00
32
75
100
64
84
64
40
no
15
00
13 00
7 50
6
50
8
50
152
00
1
00
9
30
2 90
152
45
186 65
48 66
19
50
1
49
44
60
12
60
10
00
4
90
2
50
245
55
9
00
138
(10
7
9(1
57
94
100
00
20 00
2
00
79 75
2
50
1 83
121
95
$33,072 22
Audit Office,
J. McB. SMITH,
A uditor- General.
December, 1899.  63 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.
21
EXPENDITURE.
SUMMARY   OF   EXPENDITURE   FOR  THE  YEAR   ENDED
30th  JUNE,  1899.
[Period from 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.]
SERVICE.
L—Public Debt (see note below)	
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   	
XL- -Revenue Services	
XII.—Public Works :—
Works and Buildings    	
Parliament Buildings, Victoria	
Government House, Victoria	
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves	
Surveys -	
XIII.—Miscellaneous	
Total 	
Note.—Less the following payments,  which are included in the above Expenditure, under''Public
Debt:"—	
Sinking Fund Investments     §88,462 74
Redemption of Debenture No. 1, " Loan Act, 1897          10,000 00
Net Expenditure	
Total
Expenditure.
$319,090 31
131,578 40
184,781 75
43,603 37
113,771 90
57,553 27
86,630 28
268,653 46
16,766 05
48 50
12,521 70
252,137 61
9,207 51
3,592 20
601,108 25
15,037 64
148,864 40
2,264,936 60
98,462 74
$2,166,473 86
Audit Office,
23rd December, 1899.
J. McB. SMITH,
A uditor-General.  63 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.
23
EXPENDITURE.
 o	
RECAPITULATION OF EXPENDITURE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR
ENDED 30th JUNE, 1899.
[Period from 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.]
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I.—Pubmc Dkbt.
Interest 	
Sinking- Fund	
Premium and Exchange	
Discount and Commission	
Redemption of Debentures	
II.—Civil Government (Salaries).
Lieutenant-Governor's Office	
Premier of the Province	
Provincial Secretary's Department.
Department of Mines	
Finance Department	
Agricultural Department	
Lands and Works Department	
Attorney-General's     do. 	
Land Registry Offices	
Revenue Service    	
Provincial Timber Inspectors	
Inspector of Mines	
Provincial Library	
Temporary Assistance	
III.—Administration of Justice (Salaries
Supreme and Countv Courts	
Sheriffs	
Stipendiary Magistrates	
Provincial Police	
Juvenile Reformatory	
Administrative Staff, Victoria Gaol	
do. New Westminster Agency..
do. do. Gaol	
do. East Kootenay District	
do. West Kootenay    do	
do. Nelson Gaol	
do. Cariboo District	
do. Cassiar District	
do. Yale and Ashcroft	
do. Kamloops Agency	
do. Kamloops Gaol	
do. Okanagan Agency	
do. Osoyoos-Kettle River Agency
do. Nanaimo Agency	
do. Nanaimo Gaol	
do. Cowichan-Alberni District...
do. Comox Agency	
do. Lillooet District 	
IV.—Legislation.
Sessional Salaries	
Indemnity to Members	
Mileage	
Registration of Voters and Revision of Voters' Lists ...
Expenses of Elections	
Contingent Fund 	
Journals and Statutes Binding	
Carried forward
expenditure
§215,974 63
88,462 74
1,581 83
3,071 11
10,000 00
500 00
555 00
747 42
300 63
840 00
162 50
996 69
875 56
395 65
941 07
720 00
007 00
601 33
935 55
66S 00
472 44
155 56
190 26
819 16
633 60
760 00
018 22
315 25
764 20
384 75
861 35
103 50
340 00
775 45
264 29
055 00
560 00
312 00
778 66
475 00
140 00
935 00
8,108 50
21,684 00
4,346 50
284 75
13,143 77
543 05
492 80
Total.
.$319,090 31
184,781 75
43,603 37
679,053 83 24
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.
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55
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63
63
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63
63
63
63
63
63
64
64
64
64
64
64
66
100
101
69
S4
70
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72
87
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82
83
113
114
Brought forward	
V.—Public Institutions (Maintenance).
Printing Office, Victoria  	
Bureau of Mines	
Provincial Museum	
Asylum for the Insane, New Westminster.
Provincial Home, Kamloops	
VI.—Hospitals and Charities.
Provincial Jubilee Hospital, Victoria.
Hospital, New Westminster	
Cariboo
Nanaimo	
Kamloops	
Vancouver	
Golden, East Kootenay .
Nelson	
Union	
Port Simpson	
Vernon	
Fairview	
Fort Steele	
Rossland	
Refuge Home, Victoria	
In aid of Resident Phvsician at Clinton
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do. Ashcrof t         	
do. Nicola	
do. Spallumcheen	
do. lower part of Cariboo District.
do. 150-Mile House	
do. Mission, Okanagan	
do. Greenwood 	
do. Fairview	
do. Salt Spring Island	
do. West Coast	
educating the deaf and dumb.
destitute poor and sick .
Charges on Remittances	
Travelling expenses of Officers on duty.
VII.—Administration of Justice (othkr than Salaries).
Summoning and Paying Jurors and Witnesses
Prosecution and Interpreters	
Expenses of Inquests	
Criminal Punishments	
Rewards	
Keep of Prisoners  	
Rents	
Special Constables	
Transport of Constables and Prisoners	
Miscellaneous	
VIII.—Education.
Education Office	
Victoria City District	
Vancouver City District	
New Westminster City District
Nanaimo City District	
North Victoria District   	
South Victoria District	
Esquimalt District	
Cowichan-Alberni District	
North Nanaimo District	
South Nanaimo District	
Comox District	
New Westminster District....
Yale District 	
West Kootenay District	
East do.
Lillooet District	
Cariboo District 	
Cassiar District	
IX.—Transport.
expenditure
34,219 09
4,380 89
3,667 53
59,839 23
11,065
10,000 00
4,000 00
3.00J 00
4,500 00
3.000 00
5,000 00
2,000 00
3,000 00
1,000 00
600 00
1,000 00
500 00
500 00
3,000 00
1,000 00
600 00
250 00
575 00
150 00
650 00
400 00
150 00
150 00
75 00
200 00
471 77
1,878 30
10,103 20
18,061 95
5,415 35
3,658 89
209 36
325 00
22,331 22
2,978 20
8,680 23
21,138 73
3,931 35
1,484
Carried forward.
1,375 84
15,380 21
1679,053 83
57,553 27
82,630 28
16,756 05
1,222,418 79 63 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.
25
105
105
105
105
106
106
106
107
107
107
107
107
108
108
108
111
111
111
112
112
112
112
112
112
113
113
113
113
113
113
114
114
114
114
114
114
115
115
115
115
115
116
116
116
116
116
116
117
117
117
117
117
117
117
117
117
117
117
118
118
118
118
118
118
118
118
118
118
118
119
119
119
Brought forward.
X.—Rent.
Government House, Victoria (lease of grounds)	
XI.—Revenue Services.
Commission, Courts of Appeal, Travelling Expenses, and Miscellaneous .
XII.—Public Works (Works and Buildings.)
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
139A
139b
1390
139D
139e
141
142
144
146
147
149
150
150A
151
152
152A
152b
1520
152D
162e
163
154
155
156
158
159
160
161
162
165
166
167
168 &
176AA
169 &
176s
170 &
176Q
171
172
173 &
176Y
174
175
176
176a
176b
176d
176e
176f
176a
17611
1761
Repairs to Government Buildings, Victoria .
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	
Vancouver 	
Nanaimo	
Yale District	
Lillooet District	
Cariboo District	
East Kootenay District	
Fort Simpson	
North Riding, West Kootenay Dist ,
South Riding, do.
Cowichan-Alberni District	
Comox District	
Provincial Home, Kamloops .
Asylum for the Insane	
Furniture for Government Offices throughout the Province .
Improvement of Government Reserves	
Court House, Revelstoke	
Rossland
Nelson .  .....   ..	
and Gaol, Quesnellemouth	
do.       Lillooet	
do.       Chilliwhack	
Vancouver	
Victoria (vault for Registry Office) .
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Gaol, Vernon
Court House, New Westminster ...
do. Victoria (alterations)
Lock-up, Cascade	
do.      Enderby	
Fairview  	
Coal Creek	
Revelstoke	
Ymir	
Hanceville	
Cranbrook
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Recorder's Office, Fairview .
expenditure
do. Midway
do. New Denver    	
do. Complix   	
do. and loek-up, Stickine River	
do. do. Teslin Lake	
do. do. Lake Bennett	
Cowichan River, bank protection    	
Koksilah do. 	
Qualicum do.	
Nanaimo do. 	
Grant towards construction of Civil Building, Kaslo, to be used for Government pur
poses when required	
Public School, North Saanich	
do. Nanaimo Bay 	
do. Wellington	
do. Union Mines	
do. Ladner	
do. Langley	
do. Fairview	
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Greenwood City
Slocan City	
Nelson ...
Rossland .
Ymir	
Revelstoke	
North Bend	
Lillooet	
Ashcroft	
Wardner, East Kootenay .
Alexandria, Nanaimo   ...
Quatsino	
Lumby    	
Okanagan Falls	
Mara  	
Trout Lake	
Kaslo 	
Carried forimrd.
81,222,418 79
12,531 70
1,103 55
147 65
228 03
497 97
628 38
134 30
454 50
175 87
111 35
173 17
297 63
63 65
200 00
245 97
61,990 66
6,501 43
8,982 92
328 16
5,814 78
4,241 02
1,760 00
490 81
271 62
1,861 62
210 00
2,329 72
27,758 72
1,098 35
660 50
378 00
863 86
1,000 75
250 00
676 40
447 00
655 00
2,487 11
202 00
600 00
446 76
2,765 68
1,501 9'
6,186 23
496 75
203 74
453 75
472 55
2,000 00
810 00
797 24
979 30
5,098 20
1,993 00
800 00
1,175 00
3,000 00
2,346 00
6,617 20
4,567 80
25 00
2,877 00
881 00
1,355 00
2,000 00
800 00
800 00
400 00
751 50
700 00
700 00
830 00
736 35
Total.
190,685 42   1,234
99 26
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.
Page.
Vote.
Service.
expenditure
Total.
176.)
176k
176L
176m
176N
1760
176p
176R
176T
176V
176w
176X
176z
176BB
176DD
177
177a
177b
177c
178
170
180
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
'   188
189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
211a
212
213
214
215
216
219
220
221
222
223 &
245A
224
225
226
227
228
229
230
$190,685 42
2,600 00
834 10
600 00
1,224 00
1,375 00
2,000 00
739 60
850 00
1,472 00
1,100 00
731 00
900 00
642 35
2,158 00
300 25
8.S97 06
2,021 41
33,107 53
$1,234,988 99
119
XII.—Public Works (Works and Buildings).—Concluded.
119
119
119
119
119
119
119
119
120
120
120
120
120
120
122
122
123
XII.—Public Works (Parliament Buildings, Victoria.)
252,137 61
9,207 61
123
844 71
607 17
1,056 10
122 25
205 21
9 66
600 00
147 20
4,940 85
11,001 06
9,251 35
11,573 74
6,997 45
7,993 27
10,678 68
30,521 60
10,532 65
23,690 51
8,003 54
5,964 81
6,032 92
8,936 48
12,999 49
13,906 68
28,148 60
41,883 64
13,446 47
29,424 89
1,648 88
3,433 32
10,355 89
4,005 09
16,948 47
19,367 56
8,774 67
2,008 67
2,999 94
1,955 83
1,562 20
826 40
1,500 00
1,999 19
1,496 76
497 40
2,990 07
1,634 68
856 91
997 44
715 68
2,971 13
220 03
18,277 29
403,971 48
123
XII.—Public Works (Government House, Victoria).
123
123
123
124
124
124
124
125
XII.—Public Works (Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves).
3,592 20
129
131
133
134
135
136
141
143
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
157
159
159
160
160
161
161
164
164
165
165
166
166
166
166
166
167
167
168
168
168
169
169
169
169
170
1.499.926 31 63 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.
27
Page.
Vote.
Service.
expenditure
Total.
231 &
246G
232   '
233
234
235
237
238
239
241
242
248
244
245
245b
245D
245E
245F
245H
2451
245J
245k
246
247
248
249
260   )
251   \
252
263
254
255
256
257
268
259
260
260a
260c
260D
260E
261
262
263
265
266
267
268
269
269a
269b
269c
270
271
272
274
275
276
277
278
278b
2780
278D
279
280
281
282
283
284
285
286
287
288
289
289A
290
291
292
$403,971 48
5,372 52
1,078 18
2,857 11
2,642 63
2,180 33
2,409 6S
498 03
1,000 00
3,000 00
8,000 00
1.998 25
999 99
500 00
1,000 00
2,886 50
3,000 00
6,0S1 77
500 00
500 00
750 00
2,000 00
1,004 50
468 50
119 00
4,911 05
1.999 57
2,560 52
2,097 80
2,925 27
3,519 76
5,000 00
1,000 00
1,988 75
3,510 48
961 65
462 00
206 75
2,535 25
3,791 47
507 74
599 93
304 83
54 00
138 08
1,036 07
999 28
117 75
500 32
549 93
333 60
500 00
500 00
600 00
900 00
300 00
540 00
600 00
300 00
95,518 03
419 90
500 00
$1,499,926 31
170
XII.—Public Works (Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves).—Concluded.
171
171
171
171
171
172
172
172
172
172
172
172
172
173
173
173
173
173
173
173
173
174
174
174
174
174
174
175
175
175
175
175
176
176
176
176
176
176
177
177
177
177
177
178
178
178
178
178
do.    Mission City	
178
179
179
179
179
179
179
179
179
179
180
180
180
XII.—Public Works (Surveys).
601,108 25
15,037 64
182
183
XIII.—Miscellaneous.
5,366 81
16,037 34
10,340 65
2,771 72
9,102 35
3,276 12
861 95
1,632 13
255 00
5,391 69
7,445 80
883 72
500 00
500 00
184
186
186
188
189
190
190
190
194
195
195
195
195
64,365 28
2,116,072 20 28
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.
Page.
Vote.
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293
196
294
195
296
195
296
195
298
195
299
196
300
196
301
196
302
196
303
196
304
196
305
196
306
196
307
196
308
196
309
196
309a
196
309b
196
309C
197
309D
197
311
197
312
197
313
197
314
198
315
198
316
198
317
198
318
198
319
199
320
199
321
199
322
199
323
199
324
199
325
199
326
199
327
199
328
200
329
201
330
201
331
201
331A
202
331b
202
331c
202
331E
202
331F
202
3310
203
331H
204
331.1
204
331k
209
332
209
333
209
334
209
335
Service.
Brought forward	
XIII.—Miscellaneous.—Concluded.
Fire Department, New Westminster .
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Vancouver
Barkerville 	
Kamloops	
Golden	
Nelson	
Vernon	
Rossland 	
Revelstoke	
Kaslo	
Union	
Quesnelle  	
Steveston	
Wellington 	
Trail 	
Fort Steele   	
Sandon 	
Grand Forks	
Lillooet	
Ashcroft 	
Agricultural Societies	
Fruit Growers' Association	
Flockmasters' Association	
Dairymen's Association 	
In aid of Farmers' Institutes	
Obtaining agricultural statistics	
Telephone Service   	
British Columbia Agricultural Association, in aid of an exhibition  	
Royal Agricultural and Industrial Society of British Columbia, in aid of an exhibition
Destruction of wolves, panthers, and coyotes	
In aid of Militia	
In aid of Provincial Rifle Association	
Board of Examiners, " Land Surveyors' Act "	
Board of Horticulture, travelling expenses, etc	
In aid of communication with remote settlements	
Provincial Exhibit at Imperial Institute, London	
Aid towards cost of hospital building, Port Simpson	
Lithographing maps	
Provincial Board of Health    	
Poultry Shows	
Interest on deposits "Suitors' Fund Act, 1890"	
Aid towards purchase of site for Drill Hall, Vancouver	
Compensation to workmen employed in saw mills, in consequence of failure of owners,
the property held to be liable to the Government as a first charge for royalty on
lumber	
Commission to report on financial difficulties of agriculturists, irrigation, etc	
Gratuity to O. G. Dennis, retired from office	
Expenses of Royal Commission under " Public Enquiries Act"	
Relief to sufferers by fire at New Westminster	
Maintenance of Government Officers (Atlin)	
Special requirements, Atlin and Lake Bennett Districts	
Judicial Commission as to claims in Atlin District	
Miscellaneous (not detailed in Estimates)	
Superannuation 	
Agent-General, London \	
Immigration   	
Total.
Expenditure
$64,365 28
600 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
200 00
300 00
200 00
300 00
300 00
200 00
200 00
200 00
300 00
300 00
200 00
200 00
200 00
300 00
1,000 00
200 00
4,000 00
1,000 00
250 00
500 00
1,402 25
31 10
1,890 60
1,000 00
6,000 00
3,288 50
600 00
800 00
596 45
1,272 93
1,300 00
728 00
500 00
1,063 92
3,632 03
200 00
3,317 61
4,000 00
4,247 45
375 90
300 00
856 20
3,308 25
8,344 54
2,684 46
4,688 75
10,720 41
1,800 00
2,079 17
1,120 60
Total.
52,116,072 20
148,864 40
$2,166,473 86
Audit Office,
23rd December, 1899.
J. McB. Smith,
Auditor-General. 63 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.                  29
DETAILED   EXPENDITU1
TIE.
the Treasury
he Fiscal Year
STATEMENT   showing the Expenditure,   as  brought  to   account   in
Department, on account of the Province of British Columbia, for t
ended 30th June, 1899.
[Period fkom 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.]
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$  cts.
Bank of B. C, Victoria..
Do.             London ..
Do.                 do.     ..
Glvn, Mills, Currie& Co.
Do.             do.
Do.             do.
J. Dunsmuir	
Bank of B. C, Victoria..
Bank of B. C, Victoria..
B. C. Loan Trustees	
Do.           do.
Do.           do.
Do.           do.
Do.           do.
Bank of B. C, Victoria..
B. C. Loan Trustees
Do.           do.
Do.           do.
Bank of B. C, Victoria..
Bank of B. C, London ..
Glyn, Mills, Currie&Co.
Do.              do.
B. C. Loan Trustees
Do.           do.
Do.           do	
Joan 0. Dunsmuir	
I.-PUBLIC DEBT.
Vote No. 1.—Interest.
12 mos'. interest @ 7 %. on $ 20,000.00                                               Loan Act, 1874
12         do.                 6     „      462,690.00                                                           do.        1S77
12         do.                 4J   „      381,210.00                                                           do.        1887
12         do.                 3      „   2,139,141.00                                                           do.        1891
12         do.                 3      „      599,945.00                                                           do.        1893
12         do.                 3     „   2,037,000.00                                                           do.        1S95
12         do.                 Si    „        90,000.00                                                           do.        1897
Vote No. 2.—Sinking Fund.
Final payment on $20,000,                                                                       Loan Act, 1874
2% 12 mos. ending 30th June, 1899, on $ 462,690.00                                        do.       1877
1\         do.              30th June, 1899, on   381,210.00                                     do.      1887
1            do.                30th June, 1899, on 2,139,141.00                                         do.       1891
1           do.              30th June, 1899, on   599,945,00                                     do.      1893
1           do.              30th June, 1899, on 2,037,000.00                                     do.      1895
Accrued interest on Sinking Fund Investments,                                     Loan Act, 1874
Do.                                    do.                                                               do.      1877
Do.                                       do.                                                                     do.       1S87
Do.                                                    (Inscribed Stock) Loans 1891, 1893 & 1895
Vote No. 3.—Premium and Exchange.
1,400 00
27,761 40
17,154 46
64,174 22
17,998 36
61,110 00
3,150 00
23,226 19
813 86
9,253 80
8,577 22
21,391 40
5,999 46
20,370 00
706 62
9,502 81
3,633 47
8,214 10
215,974 63
1,581 83
Vote No. 4:.—Discount and Commission.
1,581 83
452 54
1,940 00
18 99
217 92
221 23
220 43
Annual charge for paying interest, inscribing and transferring stock, £400	
Brokers' commission and stamps on proceeds of sale of securities from Sinking
Vote No. 6.—Redemption of Debentures.
3,071 11
10,000 00
319,090 31 30
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
T. It. E. Mclnnes
D. Ford 	
G. Marsh	
Hon. J. II. Turner
Hon. C. A. Semlin
Roberta Nason
Jessie Woolley
Hon. J. Baker	
Hon. J. F. Hume ...
Hon. C. A. Semlin ..
A. Campbell Reddie
J. K. Worsfold	
J. F. Foulkes	
H. S. T. Henderson .
E. A. C. Gibson	
It. B. Punnett	
A. Holmes ....
J Bartlett	
J. A. Northcott
H. Finiayson .
C. Campbell...
A. Manson ....
J. Kennedy....
Do        	
J. Graham	
J. McDowell.. .
W. Allen	
Hon. J. F. Hume
W. F. Robertson.
H. Carmichael...
M. Richardson ..
W. Engelhardt..
S. Norman	
Hon. J. H. Turner....
Hon. F. Carter-Cotton
A. Flett 	
H. A. S. Morley	
C. R. Nairne	
J. Flett	
J. McB. Smith
J. Anderson ..
D. Irwin	
W. J. Goepel .
Brought forward	
H.-C1VIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).
Vote No. 7.—Lieutenant-Governor's Office.
Private Secretary  12 months @ $100
Messenger  11 „ 25
Do.      1 „ 25
Vote No. 8.—Premier of the Province.
Premier (additional allowance)     H months	
Do. do.   101       ,,      	
Typewriter      12 months @ $30
Stenographer and Typewriter     3 n 65
Vote. No. 9.—Provincial Secretary's Department.
Provincial Secretary and Minister of Mines  1* months @ $383.33
Do.                                           do  el         „ 333.33
Do.                                       do  4"         „ 333.33
Deputy do.                 12          ,, 190
Chief Clerk     12          „ 110
Clerk  8          ii 90
Do  1|         „ 75
Do  if         ii 75
Do          8 days 75
(Capitol Puildings, Attendants.)
Chief Janitor and Messenger  12 months @ $81.00
Janitor  12 ,, 50
Do  12 ,. 50
Do  12 „ 35
Do  2* „ 30
Engineer      4$ u 55
Do  3J ,, 55
Do  3i ,i 50
Fireman  12 „ 50
Carpenter  2 J 11 75
Nightwatchman  2| m 60
Vote No. 10.—Department of Mines.
Minister of Mines  3| months @ $333.33
Mineralogist   13          „          333.33
Assayer  12           u           110.00
Secretary  12           ,,           100.00
Clerk   12           „            60.00
Caretaker  12          ,,            40.00
Vote No. 11.—Department of Finance.
(Treasury.)
Minister of Finance     1^ months @ $333.33
Do.
Deputy Minister of Finance .
Clerk  	
Do	
Do	
10*
12
12
12
12
333.33
190
115
100
85
(Audit Office.)
Auditor-General  12 months (® $190
Auditor   12          ,. 140
Clerk   ... 12          ,, 100
Inspector of all offices  12          n 150
Carried forward.
1,200 00
275 00
25 00
123 65
876 35
360 00
195 00
494 58
2,215 03
1,247 31
2,280 00
1,320 00
720 00
130 65
112 50
19 35
972 00
600 00
600 00
420 00
75 00
263 20
177 80
162 50
600 00
187 50
150 00
1,247 30
4,333 33
1,320 00
1,200 00
720 00
480 00
494 58
3,505 42
2,280 00
1,380 00
1,200 00
1,020 00
2,280 00
1,680 00
1,200 00
1,800 00
16,840 00
41,943 05 63 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, L898, to 30th June, 1899.
31
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
S  cts.
41,943 05
H.—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES)-C<m*imeetf.
1,500 00
1,440 00
500 00
722 50
F. S. Roper	
Vote No. 12.—Agricultural Department.
Deputy Minister of Agriculture      12 months @ $125
Clerk    Si        m           85
Vote No. 14.—Lands and Works Department.
4,162 50
494 53
2,258 11
2,400 00
2,400 00
1,920 00
1,440 00
1,224 00
480 00
1,320 00
1,200 00
1,200 00
1.140 00
900 00
1,140 00
1,140 00
1,140 00
900 00
262 50
37 50
do                           Ik         ii           333.33
W. S. Gore	
F C Gamble	
Chief Clerk              ... 12          i,          160
B. H. John	
T. E. Wooldridge	
S Phipps	
Book-keeper  12          „          120
Clerk of Records  12           n           102
Chief Draughtsman     12           „           110
T. Kains 	
E. B. McKay	
T. Bamford	
T. A. Pope	
do             12           ,i          100
do             12          ,,            95
do             12          n            75
T. E. Boulton	
G V Cuppage	
Clerk   12          „            95
do         12           i,             95
Clerk    12           n            75
W Gordon	
N G E O'Brien	
C E Berkeley	
Vote No. 15.—Attorney-General's Department.
do                     lOJr         ,,           333.33
Deputy Attorney-General     2%         h           200
do                           7*         ii           200
22,996 69
494 58
3,605 42
527 00
1,506 66
541 90
1,260 00
800 00
240 00
A G Smith	
0 C Bass	
E J Thain	
Clerk     8          „           100
do           4           ii            60
Vote No. 16.—Land Registry Offices.
(Victoria.)
Chief Clerk  12          ,,          145
8,875 66
S Y Wootton	
2,400 00
1,740 00
1,200 00
1,200 00
1,080 00
1,080 00
900 00
840 00
65 65
1,920 00
1,500 00
1,080 00
2,280 00
1,500 00
1,140 00
1,080 00
1,320 00
1,080 00
EM Fort	
W Wilson	
Clerk                 12           n           100
do      12           „            00
do    . ..                                                       12           ,,            75
F H Lang 	
J S Byrn .  	
R B Punnctt	
do      12           ,,            70
do                                     3         ii            75
(New Westminster.)
Registrar  12 months @ $160
Claude E Holt	
RTF Granger	
T 0 Townley	
Chief Clerk  12           „          125
Clerk  12          ,,           90
(Vancouver.)
F X Martin	
Chief Clerk  12           „          125
Clerk  12           „            95
do     12          „            90
(Kamloops.)
Chief Clerk        12 months @ $110
F W Hartley	
H J Sharp.'	
W B Charles    	
Clerk  12           ,,            90
23,395 65
101,373 45 32
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
%    cts.
Brought forwan
1I.-CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).-*
I	
101,373 45
Continued.
12 months @ $170
12           ,,           115
12           „             75
5* months @ $140
6          i,          110
6           „           120
6 n             90
7 ,,             85
11 months @ $110
1 „           120
11 ,,           110
12 „             60
12 months <a $110
4*.          ,,             50
6 months @ $115
12 months @ $115
12           „           100
3 ,,             05
12           „             60
7 ,,             50
pectors.
12 months @ $130 T
12           i,           100
12           „            80
4 months @ $130
5 ,,           130
Hi          n           125
2-?, months @ $150
12           ,,             55
2 19-30 ,,           100
11           „             20
1            ii             15
9 days	
1§ months @ $10
nee.
78 days    @    $ 2.50
12 months         25
2      ii                 75
58 days                 2.50
2* months       20
Victoria, 1898	
3J days    @   $ 2.50
.    2 mos. 4 days 75
2,040 00
1,380 00
900 00
767 74
660 00
720 00
640 00
595 00
1,210 00
120 00
1,210 00
720 00
1,320 00
223 33
690 00
1,380 00
1,200 00
195 00
720 00
350 00
C Booth	
Vote No. 17.—Revenue Service
(Victoria.)
Clerk	
(New Westminster.)
WO Carter	
C C Fisher	
Do        	
(Vancouver.)
do                 	
Clerk	
(Lillooet.)
Clerk	
(Nanaimo.)
(Kaslo.)
Clerk	
do   	
do   	
Vote No. 18.—Provincial Timber Ins
Do        	
A R Steacy   	
C Phair	
T A Brett	
M Bate	
C W H Sanders	
DC Kurtz	
16,941 07
1,560 00
1,200 00
960 00
Vote No. 19.—Inspector of Mini
520 00
1,040 00
1,447 00
do                    	
Vote No. 20.—Pvovincial Librai
Librarian and Secretary to Premier	
3,007 00
R E Gosnell	
415 00
660 00
265 33
220 00
15 00
9 00
17 00
EOS Scholefield	
C B Sword	
do       	
Do      	
H Lawson	
do       	
do                                 	
Vote No. 21.—Temporary Assista
do        Land Registry Office.                         n      	
1,601 33
0 G Harbell	
195 00
300 00
150 00
145 00
60 00
5 00
8 75
160 00
W McNeill	
A Hood	
G L Tait	
do   as Acting Stenographer at opening of Fall Assizes,
H N Howard	
Carried forward
1,013 75
126,642 85 63 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.
33
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$   cts.
H N Howard	
H Crane	
W J Noot	
J B Ashby	
Eveline J Nicholson
L II Fullager	
R BPunnett	
H S T Henderson..
A J Smith	
H Cochrane 	
J W Collis	
J Donaldson 	
E M N Woods	
H C Major	
Do        	
H J Peelo   	
E L Kirkland	
W J Farmer   	
H P McMartin	
N W F Rant 	
A T II Meyer	
W H Moodie 	
W H Sinclair	
G Carney	
Do      	
A E Hall	
DC Kurtz	
T A Mills	
Do      	
R A Winerals	
S M Boydges	
F Crosbie	
R P Burns	
C S Rashdall	
G A Keating 	
H H McVittie	
A C Nelson	
V Christian	
E W Christie	
C Little 	
C G Feihl	
A N Hobson	
Edith Chambers ...
H Graoht	
H Bailey	
Caroline Smith ....
J A Bate	
A P Morris	
L A Dodd	
E N Murphy	
R H Parkinson	
L Garrison	
B H Tyrwhitt-Drake
II Combe	
A Keast	
R BPunnett	
D McBrady	
J Gilbert	
G Mackav	
H C Nuttall	
J Bland	
E J Bayntun	
Brought forward.
II.-CIVIL GOVERNMENT {SKLkRXm-Concluded.
Vote No. 21.—Temporary Assistance.—Concluded.
Services
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
in Treasury Department (night), Victoria.
Attorney-General's Office, n
Bureau of Mines, n      	
Attorney-General's Office, n      	
Lands and Works Department,        ,,      	
Land Registry Office, n     	
Provincial Secretary's Office, 11      	
Public Works Engineer's Office,       h      	
Government Office, Barkerville	
it Cadwallader	
Mining Recorder's Office,        Grand Forks	
Government Office, New Westminster.
ii ii
Assessor and Collector's Office,        n
Government Office, w
Assessor's Office, it
66 hours @
8 days
3      „
12*.    n
24      i,
li months
1     i.
9 days
60
60
2
50
75
2.50
5
8   days
25       „
31
@   $ 3
2.50
.. 5 mos. 4 days
Government Office, Pine Creek, Atlin Lake.
ti Midway  	
Assessor and Collector's Office, Kaslo	
Mining Recorder's Office,
Hi   days  ta  $ 3
6       „ 2.50
1§ months     100
Assessor's Office,
Mining Recorder's Office,
Supreme and County Court, Nelson.
ii
Mining Recorder's Office,
Government Office,
Mining Recorder's Office,
(overtime)..
(overtime)..
(overtime)..
4i months @ $65
Government Office,
Mining Recorder's Office,
Government Office,
n
Land Registry Office,
Mining Recorder's Office,
Rossland ...
Fort Steele ,
ii
Vancouver .
Slocan	
Pine Creek .
22 days
20       „
17 hours
2g months
30 hours
23 days
26      ,,
1| months
3   days
4i     „
li     ii
2 3-10 months
6   days   @
1 month	
12   day
55        ii
65
50
.30
60
.50
2.50
3
70
2.50
3
3
2.60
i's Office, Vernon	
Government Office, ii    	
Mining Recorder's Office, Lake Bennett	
Government Office, u 	
ii Alberni	
Assessor and Collector's Office, Nanaimo	
Government Office, Kamloops	
Yale	
Mining Recorder's Office, Kuskonook, exp. $12.90
Government Office, Fairview	
ii Atlin    	
@ $ 2.50
2.50
3
7.60
3
2
2
4
5
1
2.50
12
4i
3
2.60
III.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (SALARIES).
Vote No. 22.—Supreme and County Courts.
(Victoria.)
Registrar of Supreme Court        12 months (3> $155
125
105
do County Court  12
Deputy Registrar, Supreme and County Courts..    12
Clerk,
Book-keeper,
Stenographer,
Judges' stenographer,
Typewriter,
Janitor,
do
10
12
12
12
4
12
12
Carried forward.
76
112
35
25
1,013 75
33 00
17 10
6 45
25 00
32 CO
76 00
75 00
22 50
180 00
251 00
24 00
62 50
93 00
27 00
38'. 00
223 50
74 76
34 50
15 00
166 50
174 S3
281 07
44 67
31 67
5 10
168 40
15 CO
57 20
78 00
105 00
7 50
13 50
4 50
149 00
15 00
90 00
30 00
137 .-0
9 00
112 50
90 00
8 00
20 00
96 00
55 00
20 00
107 50
91 50
7 50
48 90
11 25
13 00
1,860 00
1,500 00
1,260 00
800 00
912 00
1,344 00
420 00
100 00
960 00
720 00
9,876 00
131,578 40 34
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$   cts.
J J Cambridge	
A B Holmes	
D Whiteside	
A EBeck	
WJThicke	
J. C. Dockerill	
AD King	
F Evans	
S B Green	
F S Dobson	
E T W Pearse 	
E T H Simpkins	
F Schofield	
H Stanton	
GWChadsey	
EMNWoods	
J E McMillan	
J Stevenson 	
S Redgrave	
J D Hall	
T J Armstrong	
A G Pemberton	
F Macrae	
P S Lampman	
M Phillips	
C F Cornwall	
E Harrison	
J A Forin	
W W Spinks 	
W N Bole	
J Abrams	
W H Bullock-Webster
CPhair	
J Pelly	
G Pittendrigh   	
J M Alexander	
R A Anderson	
F S Hussey	
J M Langlev	
W R Atkins	
Brought forward	
III.-ADMINISTRATION OP JUSTICE (SALARIES).-C<m*i»M,ed.
Vote No. 22.—Supreme and County Courts.— Concluded.
(New Westminster.)
Registrar .
Clerk
Janitor ...
12 months @ $110
4| i, 00
12 it 40
(Vancouver.)
Registrar, Supreme and County Courts .
Deputy Registrar, n
Clerk, ,,
2nd Clerk, „
Stenographer, M
Janitor, ,,
do
12 months @ $140
3J ,i 90
12
12
12
12
12
60
50
112
60
60
(Kamloops.)
Registrar, Supreme and County Courts       5i months @ $100
(Nelson.)
Registrar, Supreme and County Courts  12 months @ $95
(Rossland.)
Registrar of Supreme Court  12 months @ $95
(Nanaimo.)
Registrar, Supreme and County Courts  12 months @ $95
(Chilliwhaok.)
Clerk, County Court  12 months @ $50
(Atlin.)
Clerk, Supreme and County Courts     1   month  @  $50
Sheriff, Con
do
do
do
do
do
Vote No. 23-Sheriffs.
nty of Victoria        5 months @ $61
Cariboo  5
Kootenay  5
Vancouver      5
New Westminster  5
Yale  5
Vote No. 24.—Stipendiary Magistrates.
Stipendiary Magistrate, County of Victoria     \\ months
41.66
, 58.50
! 41.66
, 50
, 41.61
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
South part East Kootenay  11
Province  5
i  5
„          5
„          5
Province  5
Comox   11
Cassiar  3
Lillooet  11
Chilliwhaok  11
County of New Westminster  12
Skeena  3§
Vancouver  12
Vote. No. 25.—Provincial Police.
@ $20.83
33.33
41.06
41.66
41.66
66.66
41.66
41.66
41.66
130
10
41.66
20.83
75
20.83
Superintendent of Provincial Police, Victoria....    12 months @ $165
Sergeant, h u  12 n 105
Constable, n ,,        12 ,i 70
Carried forward	
9,876 00
1,320 00
278 00
480 00
1,680 00
331 00
720 00
600 00
1,344 00
720 00
720 00
1,140 00
600 00
306 00
208 30
292 50
208 30
250 00
208 34
95 82
243 33
458 30
208 30
208 30
333 30
208 30
208 30
458 31
390 00
110 00
458 30
250 00
275 CO
250 00
1,980 00
1,260 00
840 00
4,080 00
22,663 00
4,105 56
28,296 00 63 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.
35
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$   cts.
III.-ADMINISTRATION OF
Vote No. 25.—Pro
4,080 00
780 00
360 00
300 00
300 00
330 00
720 00
912 00
108 00
720 00
720 00
112 60
360 00
816 00
20 00
720 00
240 00
816 00
720 00
912 00
780 00
150 00
720 00
720 00
150 00
720 00
960 00
360 00
400 85
347 00
390 00
876 00
687 62
780 00
650 00
75 00
520 00
195 00
780 00
494 45
489 85
900 00
125 00
900 00
780 00
600 00
325 00
490 00
720 00
840 00
332 90
221 60
100 12
75 00
780 00
1,080 00
700 00
90 00
156 55
276 55
282 85
48 00
780 00
720 00
1,020 00
464 00
1,080 00
350 00
816 00
240 00
1,200 00
243 33
443 33
233 33
1,200 00
300 00
282 85
64 00
28,296 00
JUSTICE (SALARIES).-Co»
itinued.
hs  @  $65
,             60
i             60
,             60
,             60
,             60
i             76
,             60
,             60
i             60
i             15
,             30
,             68
jincial Police.—Continued.
     6
A M Ego	
     5
     5J
F G Heal..  .  ,	
W Poole.
P Wollacott	
W Prout	
Night watchman, Government Buildi
Additional allowance for June, acting
do              .,           	
    12
   12
ngs, Victoria     1 24-30
  12
   12
     7i
   12
   12
CACox	
J II Krarno	
Do
R B Halhed    	
E W Shaw	
   12
   12
   12
   12
    12
      5
,             60
,             60
,             68
,             60
i             76
,             65
,             30
,             60
,             60
,             30
i             60
,             SO
,             60
65
i             66
i             65
i             73
i             73
i             65
i             65
!             65
,             65
,             65
i             65
i             65
t             65
i           100
■             50
i             75
,             65
i             60
i             65
i             70
i             60
i             70
,             60
i             60
i             60
,             60
,             65
90
,           100
i             90
i             60
,             60
,             60
,             60
i             65
,             60
,             85
116
i             90
70
i             68
,           100
100
100
I           100
,           100
,           100
100
i             60
i             60
V W Stewart	
C W Young 	
   12
   12
     5
S H Hoskins	
   12
   12
     6
E W Shaw...
D G Sutherland	
     6 5-30
J F Sayre 	
     5 11-30
     6
   12
     914-30
   12
     1 4-30
J G Bain    	
G Cunningham	
      8
     3
 12
     7 16-30
     9
     2J
J D Gillie   	
Do    	
   12
   12
     10
R Bullick	
D G Cox	
     5
Do	
 12
   12
     5 17-30
H W Barnes	
A E Watt	
     3 19-30
do                  i.               	
     1 20-30
J H Doyle	
     1J
H Hunter	
     12           ,
     7
C Little	
       1
J A Pelkey	
do                  n
     218-30
     4 18-30
E WBickle	
     4 21-30
E WShaw	
do                  ii                    	
        24-30
G Mitchell	
do       Gold escort, B. C. Express
   12
     12
   12
     4
T Taylor	
R B Lister	
     12           i
do                       ii
   12
     2 12-30
   12
     2 13-30
C S Campbell	
H D Morten	
M McLean	
F Weldon	
     4 13-30
     2J
do                       i,                  	
do          ii          	
   12
     3
     4 21-30
W H Heal	
W Hodgson	
     1   2-30
44,552 68
2S.296 00 36
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$  cts.
44,552 68
100 00
28 00
491 00
390 00
890 00
702 40
715 00
65 00
715 00
390 00
390 00
840 00
585 00
876 00
210 00
840 00
300 00
224 35
444 61
73 00
195 00
780 00
125 66
275 00
600 00
195 00
140 00
65 00
325 00
390 00
1,036 66
65 00
116 00
28,296 00
III.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (SALARIES).-C<m«i»M<ea*.
Vote No. 25.—Provincial Police.—Concluded.
C H Woodward	
do           ,,            14-30,,             60
FAR Mountain	
do       Nelson     5   6-31,,             95
do             ii           6           i,             65
W H Bullock-Webster...
Chiel Constable, Nelson     8 27-30 „           100
J W Smith .   	
Constable, Ainsworth  10 25-31 ,,            65
do                   1           i,            65
Do
do       Brooklyn 11           M            65
do       Trail     6          ,,            65
do           „        12           ,,            70
W J Devitt	
L R Forbes    	
do       Ymir     7           „            30
do          „      12          ,,            70
do       Waneta 12          „            30
J H Nolan	
do       Echo Cove         8 18-31 u             65
W C Davis	
do       Three Forks     6 26-31,,            65
do       Burton City  12           „            65
do       Cascade City     1 24-30 n            65
FElkins	
0 FHance	
FRose	
FC Ireland	
do           i     2           ,,            70
do       Teslin Lake          10 11-30,,           100
Do      	
C Winter	
Vote No. 26.—ffuvenile Reformatory.
Vote No. 27.—Administrative Staff, Victoria Gaol.
58,190 26
805 00
14 16
819 16
R F John	
1,320 00
912 00
816 00
816 00
912 00
816 00
317 50
317 50
240 00
166 66
1st Gaoler     12          M           76
2nd     ,i  12           „             68
3rd      ii         12           ,,             68
2nd     „        12           „             68
W J Norfolk	
JSHelmcken, M RC S.
Vote No. 28.—Administrative Staff, New Westminster Agency.
6,633 66
1,800 00
1,200 00
1,020 00
840 00
900 00
Clerk  12          „           85
Vote No. 29.—Administrative Staff, New Westminster Gaol.
Warden  12 months @ $100
Gaoler     2   9-30,,            76
W A Dashwood-Jones...
W G Armstrong	
G A Calbick	
1,200 00
174 77
6S0 00
120 80
912 00
762 00
762 00
240 00
166 66
RH Cheyne	
M Beatty	
R E Walker, M D	
5,018 22
104.717 30 63 Vict.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.
37
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$   cts.
Brought form
III.-ADMINISTHATION OF JUSTICE (SALAE
104,717 30
ES).—Continued,
yotenay District.
. 12 months <a $139
1,668 00
1,080 00
1,080 00
350 00
780 00
1,740 00
1,000 00
314 00
106 67
393 33
160 00
383 25
160 00
100 00
750 00
875 00
1,140 00
200 00
85 00
105 00
375 00
637 50
777 00
70 00
560 00
75 00
175 00
28 00
65 00
180 00
275 00
1,500 00
4S7 50
292 50
1,66? 00
1,020 00
780 00
1,140 00
1,200 00
908 00
661 60
675 00
246 75
593 70
30 00
308 75
J E Griffith	
Vote No. 30.'—Administrative Staff, East K
(Northern Division—Donald Agenc
J Stirrett	
Constable, Collector and Recorder,                      n        12           n            90
Goaler, Donald      7            ,,             50
(Fort Steele Agency.)
FC Lang	
G Goldie	
C M Edwards	
E El well	
C M Tulloch .
.    2 4-30   n             60
do                     i.                                           	
.    7 26-30 i,             50
Do
do                     ii                                        	
.    2           „             80
.    6 12-30 ii             60
.2           ,i             80
.    2           ,,             50
Vote No. 31.—Administrative Staff, West K
(Nelson Agency.)
Gold Commissioner and Government Agent, Nelson	
totenay District.
.    5 months @ $150
7           ,,           125
.    9J         ,i           120
9,315 25
R F Tolmie	
.    2           ii           100
Do
Clerk                            ii      	
.1            ii             85
Do
do                              II      	
.    U          ii             70
do                              u        	
.5           ,i             75
G R G O'Driseoll ..
do	
.    8i         ,,             75
do                              i,          	
.  11 3-30   ii             70
do                              n                     	
.1            n             70
H Wright	
Do	
.8           i,             70
do                              II      	
.     1            ii             75
do                              ||          	
.    2J         „             70
F W Laing .
do                              n      	
12-30 ,i             70
.1           ii             55
R G McLeod.,.
do                              ii                 	
R G Elliott	
.6           ,i             30
do                              11	
.    5           ,i              55
12           i,           125
.    7i         ..             65
do                            ii                                    	
.    4J         „             65
. 12           ,,           139
Clerk,                                 „         12          n            85
do                                       ,,          12           „             65
(Revelstoke Agency.)
E Job	
H P Christie	
J D Sibbald	
W G Paxton	
do                                       ii                         n
Mining Recorder,                                                       n
do                                                                  i,
Clerk,                                                                                ii
Janitor and caretaker,                                              n
do                                                                  ii
.  5 16-30    ,i           100
.9              „             75
.  3 8-30      „             75
. 9 4-30      n             65
.1              ii             30
.10 8-30      i,             30
E C Shaw	
J N Dier            	
17,764 20
Vote No. 32.—Administrative Staff, West Kootenay District.
(Nelson Gaol.)
Warden   12 months @ $100
Gaoler      1             ..               80
1,200 00
80 00
840 00
280 00
560 00
175 00
350 00
221 30
260 00
25] 80
166 65
R Liddell	
do	
do    .                   	
12           ,i             70
.4           ii              70
do    .                                       	
.8           ii             70
do    	
.    2J          ii             70
do    .                                       	
.6           ii             70
.    3 5-30   ,,             70
F M C Crosskill	
do	
.4           ,i             65
do	
.    3 19-30 „             70
GHHSymonds, MB...
.    5           ii             33.33
4,384 76
Carried forimrc
136,181 50 38
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
cts.
$ cts.
J Bowron 	
W V Bowron ...
J McKen 	
JLB McLain...
W Stephenson..
H A Stephenson
F W Valleau
Do
Do
Do
J D Wells ..
J Porter	
W F McCulloch
J D Graham ..
WG Paxton...
WHVickers...
A Lear 	
Do    	
Do    	
R Patrick	
J Walsh	
H W Windle...
Do
H Brown	
Do       	
H C Alexander
Do
II Cancellor ...
A Brownlee ...
H Wheelock...
L Garrison ....
F Gardiner	
H Young	
J MacKay	
W J Rant 	
Do      	
J Watley	
HGracht	
A Lear	
W Clayton ....
W H Vickers ..
J Flewin	
WDodd..
J W Burr
Brought forward	
III.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (SALAUmS).-Concluded.
Vote No. 33.—Administrative Staff, Cariboo District.
(Barkerville Agency.)
Gold Commissioner and Government Agent  12 months @ $155
Clerk     7 „ 75
Constable, Collector and Registrar of Court.     12 f, 85.50
Caretaker, Government Buildings, Richfield  12 ,, 10
(Forks Quesnelle Agency,)
Government Agent and Constable     12 months @ $133.33
Clerk  12 „ 50
(Omineca Agency.)
Gold Commissioner, Omineca, 14th March to 30th June, 1898, 3 18-30 mos. @ $125
do „        1st July to 30th Nov.,        ,,     5 „ 125
do „ 1st Dec.,'98, to 22nd Feb., '99, 2 22-30     ,, 50
do „        23rd Feb. to 30th June, 1899, 4 8-30      „ 125
Mining Recorder Tom Creek     5 12-30     n 75
Vote No. 34.—Administrative Staff, Cassiar District.
(Cassiar Agency.)
Gold Commissioner, etc, Telegraph Creek  12 months @ $145
Mining Recorder,               Teslin Lake   6           n 110
Gold Commissioner,         Atlin  7           n 150
Mining Recorder,                 n  3          ,, 85
Acting Mining Recorder     n      74 davs
Chief Clerk,                          ,,      2 1-30   „ 90
do                                    ,i            2-30   „ 120
do                                       ,,      128-30,, 60
Clerk,                                       „  3 2-30   „ 60
do                                          ,,      2 16-30,, 60
do                                       „  3 days 120
do                                          ,      12-30   ,, 60
do                                           i,      1 10-30 i, 120
do                                          i,      2           ,, 60
do                                          ,,      116-30,, 120
do                                          i,      5J     davs GO
do                                          „      13A         ,", 120
do                                          i,      29           ,i 45
do  18           ,, 60
Typewriter, ,,      114-30 mos.    120
Clerk,                                        ,,          ... 21|     days 60
do                                          ii      16           „ 120
do                                           ,,      16           ,, 60
(Lake Bennett Agency.)
Gold Commissioner      5 months @ $150
Mining Recorder  7           ,, 125
Clerk          4-30,, 120
do      2 20-30 „ 120
do     113-30,, 120
do     1 21-30 „ 120
do                  8-30 „ 120
G C Tunstall
M Beattie ..
FRAdye...
A McCulloch
E Morris ...
(Skeena Agency.)
Government Agent and Mining Recorder, Fort Simpson.
12 months @ $90
Vote No. 35.—Administrative Staff, Yule and Ashcroft.
Government Agent and Constable, Yale  12 months @ $110
Collector and Constable, Ashcroft   12 ,, $5
Vote No. 36.—Administrative Stuff, Kamloops Agency.
Gold Commissioner and Government Agent  12 months @ $150
Constable, Assessor, and Collector  12          n          100
Clerk  5           „            50
Janitor  5           ,,            45
do       6 20-30 „             45
Carried forward.
1,860 00
525 00
1,026 00
120 00
1,600 00
600 00
443 55
625 00
140 00
626 80
395 00
1,740 00
660 00
1,050 00
255 00
325 00
183 00
8 00
116 00
184 00
132 00
12 00
64 00
162 00
120 00
184 00
11 00
54 00
43 50
36 00
176 00
43 00
64 00
32 00
750 00
876 00
16 00
320 00
172 00
204 00
32 00
1,080 CO
136,181 50
1,320 00
1,020 00
1,800 00
1,200 00
250 00
225 00
300 45
9,103 50 63 Vict.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1S99.
39
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$   cts.
J R Vicars	
H McLean.....
VV J Norfolk...
J \V Hutchison
J C McLaren...
A G Brown ....
A P Dupont...
E Furrer. M D.
L Norris	
J C Tunstall...
W A Lawes	
C E Costerton .
CAR Lambly.
W G McMynn..
J R Brown	
S R Almond ..
M Bray	
G Thomson	
J Sage 	
W Stewart....
S Drake	
A Hamilton ...
\V Kirkham. ...
L T Davis, M D
H 0 Wellburn .
T Fletcher	
A L Smith	
W B Anderson.
W Mitchell
F Soues 	
E M Soues	
J P Forde
Brought forward	
III.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (SALARIES) -Concluded.
Vote No. 37.—Administrative Staff, Kamloops Gaol.
Warden   12 months @ $100
Gaoler   12 ,, 70
do     2 27-30,, 70
do      ,     7 ,i 70
Convict Guard  12 ,i 75
do     12 ii 65
do    12 ,i 65
Medical Officer     2 6-30   ,, 33.33
Vote No. 38.—Administrative Staff, Okfinagan Agency.
Government Agent, Vernon  12 months @ $125
Assessor, Collector, and Constable  12 n 90
Clerk     8 ,, 50
do        1| ii 50
Vote No. 39.—Administrative Staff, Osoyoos-Kettle Jtiver Agency
Gold Commissioner and Government Agent, Osoyoos  12 months @ $125
Mining Recorder and Constable, Midway     12 n 100
do and Collector, Osoyoos     12 n 75
do and Constable, Grand Forks.. 12 M 80
Vote No. 40.--Administrative Staff, Nanaimo Agency.
Gold Commissioner and Government Agent  12 months @ §136
Clerk ,   12 ,, 00
Caretaker  12 M 50
Vote No. 41.—Administrative Staff, Nanaimo Gaol.
Chief Constable and Gaoler  12 months @ $95
Assistant   u                    n        12 ,t             76
Convict Guard  12 n             65
do              12 i,             65
Medical Officer  5 ,,             33.33
Vote No. 42.—Administrative Staff, Cowichan-Albemi District.
(Cowiciian Agency.)
Government Agent, Duncan      9 months @ $95
(Alberni Agency.)
Gold Commissioner and Assessor, Alberni     12 months @> $95
Clerk, ,,        12 n 40
Vote No. 43.—Admistrative Staff, Comove Agency.
Government Agent, Assessor, and Collector, Union  4 months @ $105
do ii it i,       8 ii 90
Vote No. 44.—Administrative Staff, Lillooet District.
(Clinton Agency.)
Gold Commissioner and Government Agent  12 months @ $125
Clerk     6 ,, 35
Mining Recorder and Constable, Cadwallader Creek     3 n 75
Carried forward.
1,200
00
840
no
200 96
490
00
900 00
780 00
780
00
73
33
1,500 00
1,080 00
400 00
76 00
1,500 00
1,200 00
900 00
960 00
1,632 00
1,080 00
600 00
1,140 00
912 00
780 00
780 00
166 66
1,140 00
480 00
420 00
720 CO
1,500 00
210 00
225 00
5,264 29
1,140 00
1,935 00
184,781 75 40
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$   cts.
IV.-LEGISLATION.
1,500 00
1,000 00
250 00
50 50
51 50
49 00
51 00
47 50
109 00
Vote No. 45.—Sessional Salaries.
T Fell	
D O'Hara	
Page	
H Hartwell	
W Heath	
do   	
A C Roberts	
do   ..                                                                           	
J W O'Kell	
do   .                                            	
F S Dean             	
do                                                                         	
J Mallett	
Vote No. 46.—Indemnity to Memhers.
Sessional allowance to 37 Members @ 8600, and 1 @ $60 for part of Session	
Vote No. 47.—Mileage.
3,108 60
21,684 00
Various Members	
22,200 00
576 00
S Mellard	
Vote No. 48.—Registration of Voters and Revision of Voters' Lists.
12 50
25 00
35 45
14 55
43 50
30 00
25 00
50 00
4 00
37 25
6 00
1 50
do                         ii              	
W E Heal	
W M Taylor	
W M Cochrane	
HSOCayley	
E H Johnson	
Vote No. 49.—Expenses of Elections.
284 75
J E McMillan	
100 00
5 00
6 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
100 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
6 00
FR Allatt	
Poll Clerk,                        h           	
C E Watkins	
R H McMillan	
SM R McDonald	
GBKitto	
E Siddall	
do                               ..           	
C R Blake	
H L Holden	
W Holden	
T G Raynor	
J B Simon 	
CF Moore	
H G Lawson	
A Robb	
T J Dearberg-	
C JTallis	
JE McMillan	
CE Watkins	
Poll Clerk,                         „                     „         	
do                               ii                     ii         	
C R Blake	
F Allatt	
GNute	
W J Dwyer	
do                               n                     ii           .
do                               ii                     ,.             	
A E Mills	
G A Okell	
ARSherk	
J B Ashby	
W A Stevens	
do                                ,i                     ,,         	
R H McMillan	
345 00
29,423 75 63 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.
41
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$   cts.
TGRaynor	
RG Howell	
J G Brown	
J N Corder	
E Siddall	
F LTuckfield	
C F Moore	
C Blain	
P S Lampman	
C Blain	
A J Dallain	
A Toller	
D Spragge	
CJTallis	
D Spragge	
A Toller	
H Siddall	
Do      	
J Blackwood	
RF Smith	
CMinkler	
H TStannard 	
A Johnson	
J L Wan less	
WG Laker	
W Agnew	
R F Smith	
R Carter	
J Blackwood	
C Minkler	
Corporat'n City Victoria
Poodle Dog Restaurant..
TN Hibben&Co	
Shore & Anderson	
The Colonist.	
Victoria Transfer Co	
J P Buggess	
T Whitwell	
J P Burgess	
E C Johnson	
Shore & Anderson	
Province Publishing Co .
T N Hibben & Co	
Hotel Victoria	
Victoria Transfer Co	
R MoKenzie	
Do 	
J Muir	
J Andrews 	
W Arden	
A H Floyer.  	
J Williams	
J R Russell, Jr	
J Gordon	
J Pears	
C Chambers	
A E Bannister	
E Gordon	
J Grierson	
Colonist Print's & PuD Co
J W Williams	
C Chambers	
J R Russell, Jr	
Vict Book &Sfcat'nery Co
R Bray	
Weiler Bros	
H Price	
Emma Lang	
T Fell	
W F Tolmie	
TM Miller	
F Turgoose	
G S Simons	
F A Bennett	
C HMerkley	
E J Deeming.	
C Pointer	
Brought forward.
IV.-LEGISLATION--Continued.
Bye-election,
Bye-election.
Bye-election
Vote No. 49.—Expenses of Elections.—Continued.
Poll Clerk, Victoria Citv, Bye-election
do
do
do
do
do
do
Tally keeper,
'do
do
do
Ballot counter,
do
do
do
Guard of ballot box,
Election Clerk,
do
Constable,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Rent of Market Hall,
Meals of Officers at Polling Station,
Stationery, etc.,
Hire of chairs and tables,
Polling booth cards and ballots,
Hack hire, Returning Officer McMillan with ballot box,
One ballot box, lumber, etc., for polling booths,
Express charges, ballot boxes,
Fitting up and removing polling booths, stoves, etc., Bye-election,
Hire of Market Hall, n
do     tables and chairs, n
Printing ballots, n
Stationery, n
Meals for men in charge of ballot boxes
Express charges on ballot boxes,
Returning Officer, S50 ; expenses, 14 ;
Posting proclamations, etc.,
Deputy Returning Officer, $10; expenses, $17.50;
Bye-election .
Victoria City
Esquimalt,
Esqui
do
do
do
do
Election Clerk,
Poll Clerk,
do
10
10
10
10.30
10
do
do
do
do
$5; extra on final count, $3;
Metchosin,
Otter Point,
Port San Juan,
Esquimalt,
Sooke,
Metchosin,
Esquimalt,
Parsons' Bridge,
Otter Point,
Port San Juan,
Printing ballots, etc.,
Collecting and delivering ballot-boxes, Otter Pt. & San Juan to Victoria.
Conveying despatch, Esquimalt to Metchosin,
Meals and horse feed for Election Clerk at Otter Point,
Stationery,
Buggy and hack hire for Returning Officer, R. McKenzie,
6 ballot boxes, screens, chairs and tables,
Rent of polling station and fitting booths, Parsons' Bridge,
Typewriting for Returning Officer,
Returning Officer, South Victoria Dist.
Deputy Returning Officer, Tolmie School,
do Cedar Hill,
do $10; expenses, 83.50, South Saanich,
do 10; n 2.50, Cadboro Bay,
Election Clerk, $10; Poll Clerk, $5, Royal Oak,
Poll Clerk, South Saanich,
do       $5; expenses, $1, Cedar Hill,
do Tolmie School,
Carried forward...
345 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
6 00
8 00
5 00
5 00
6 00
6 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
20 00
20 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
41 00
12 00
6 05
8 75
62 00
1 50
46 22
25
69 33
40 00
9 25
22 00
1 00
1 50
25
64 00
15 00
27 50
20 30
20 00
25 00
10 00
10 00
6 00
5 00
8 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
17 50
48 0U
4 00
3 50
6 40
28 50
16 00
15 00
5 00
70 00
10 00
10 00
13 50
12 50
15 00
5 00
6 00
5 00
1,343 80
29,423 75 42
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.
Brought forward.
IV.-LEGISLATION.-C<m«imMed.
J K Macrae	
J Johnston	
Victoria Transfer Co
Colonist Print'g & Pub Co
L Duval	
Saanich Agricult'l Soc'ty
R Rray	
A Waiter	
F Foord	
W Grimmer	
W R Armstrong	
W Iiobson	
C W Cundell	
F Raynes	
T Davidson	
D John	
A Inglis	
Colonist Print'g & Pub Co
G C Shaw	
J J Akerman	
D Baker	
L Wilson	
W Whims	
M Hibben & Co	
W E Harrison   	
Caldwell Bros	
C Beddis	
Weiler Bros	
HT Thrift	
H U Rich 	
G Simpson 	
J W Berry	
P Jackman	
M R Barry	
R Shortreed	
A Bamford	
TT A Boys	
S H Shannon	
D M Robertson	
H Thrift	
AW Carter	
A H C Matthews	
A Murphy	
J Biggar 	
R Kennedy	
P Thompson	
J I Breen	
H Harper	
R Livingstone	
H TThrift	
Westminst'r Sun P & P Co
D Lyall & Co	
H J Creswick	
WEFales	
J Pelly	
M Murphy	
H Webb	
E J Thomson.	
H G Currie	
T F Tokely	
D McGillivray	
T F York	
A H Gillanders	
G Melhuish	
W H Dickson	
O Bowman	
J D Macinder	
A M Currie	
T L Downes	
E W Kins   	
G WChadsey	
J Lay	
KWSBI Telephone Co
J Munro	
A C Henderson	
Nelson Drug Store Co
W A Rose	
Vote No. 49.—Expenses of Elections.—Continued.
Poll Clerk, Cadboro Bay, South Victoria Dist'
Stationery, ,,
Buggy hire for Returning Officer posting Proclamations, ■■
Printing ballots, n
Meals for Returning Officer and Election Clerk, etc., h
Rent of Agricultural Hall for polling booth, Saanich, n
Buggy hire, W. F. Tolmie, Deputy Returning Officer, ,,
Returning Officer, North Victoria Dist.
Deputy Returning Officer, $10; expenses, $6.
Burgoyne Bay,
Pender Island,
North Saanich,
Plumper Pass,
do 10 „ 8,
do 10 „ 10,
do 10 ,i 10,
Election Clerk, o\ days @ 33,
Poll Clerk,
do
do
do
Printing ballots,
Posting notices, etc.,
do
do
do
Special Constable,
Stationery,
Services posting proclamations and boat hire, n M
do Galiano, Pender and Mayne Islands, M
Boat hire for Election Clerk to Beaver Point, M
Ballot boxes and packing, n
Returning Officer, Delta Riding, New Westm'r Dist
Dep. Ret. Officer and expenses, Ladner Division
Burgoyne Bay,
Pender Island,
North Saanich,
Plumper Pass,
North Saanich,
Mayne Island,
Burgoyne Bay,
Langley
Murray's Corners Div.,
Lochiel Division,
Brownsville n
Shortreeds „
Hall's Prairie M
Westham Isl'd n
Port Kells ,,
Ilazelmere M
do
do n
do ii
do ii
do ii
do ii
do
do
do
Election Clerk, 10 days @ $3,
Poll Clerk, Ladner ,i
do Langley n
do Elgin ii
do Lochiel 11
do Westham Isl'd n
do Port Kells „
do and expenses, Brownsville      n
do Hall's Prairie    n
do Murray's Corners Div.
Rail and steamboat fares, etc., as Returning Officer,
Printing ballots,
Stationery,
Constable, Westham Island,
11 ballot boxes, freight charges, etc.,
Returning Officer and expenses, Chilliwhaok
Dep. Ret. Officer
do
do
do
do
do
do ii
do
Election Clerk, 6 days @ -S3,
Poll Clerk,
do
do
do
do
do
do
Constable,
Sundry telephone messages,
8 ballot boxes with locks,
Stationery,
do
Tape,
Wade's Landing,
Mt. Lehman,
Yale Road,
Abbotsford,
Sumas,
Upper Sumas,
Cheam,
Cheam,
Upper Sumas,
Wade's Landing,
Yale Road,
Abbotsford,
Mt. Lehman,
Lower Sumas,
Riding,
Carried forward.
1,343 80
5 00
2 85
13 00
13 00
2 50
5 00
3 50
50 00
16 00
18 00
20 00
20 00
19 50
5 00
6 00
5 00
5 00
8 00
18 25
13 00
5 50
5 50
2 00
6 75
8 50
15 20
2 00
5 00
50 00
13 00
16 00
14 75
14 50
12 50
13 25
11 50
17 50
12 00
16 00
30 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
6 00
5 00
5 00
9 00
5 00
5 00
85 65
5 75
9 70
3 00
15 00
110 70
15 00
121 00
10 00
15 00
10 00
10 00
10 25
10 00
18 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 CO
5 00
5 00
10 00
99
8 00
2 10
2 75
30
29,423 75 63 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.
43
J R Ashwell & Sons...
Chilliwhack Progress
J H Catherwood...   .
C F Pretty	
R McDonald	
G Purcell	
J Blaney	
R L Codd	
M F Shook 	
R B Kelly	
W Brown	
W McDonald	
Zin Cyr	
JT S'cott	
J M Webster	
II Judd   	
A M Verehers	
C S Solloway	
N Sylvester	
H L Calvert	
W McKenna	
D Galbraith	
A Noon	
J Mars 	
T Paterson	
EBush	
S McDonald	
H Gazley	
L A Agassiz	
W Watts	
Wintemute Bros	
NT Baker	
O S V Ross	
E K Johnston & Co ..
W L Keene.   	
J C Forlong	
A B Dixon	
W J Brandrith	
A Sherwood 	
A W H Curtis	
G W Gibson	
A Rae	
R Brett	
E A M Gibson	
Do 	
J Tuttle	
W L Keene	
D G Mackay	
F Floyd	
A Martin	
H T Woodhouse ...   .
Cornish & Cooper	
J G C Wood   	
Evans & Hastings... .
Stanley P'k Livery St'bl's
A Mattinson	
II Hayden	
Union Steamship Co .
W H Keary	
A Peele	
J Johnson	
H P McMartin	
H L Edmonds	
E A Greame	
J Murphy	
C D Peele	
A Bell	
A Smither	
E F Darcy	
J L Caldwell	
M W Minthorne	
HBurr	
W J Sloan	
W Medley	
H Young	
P Keary	
Wintermute Bros.  ..
Brought forward.
IV.-IEGISLATION.-CVm*/™«ec?.
Vote No. 49.—Expenses of Elections.— Continued.
Tacks and ink,
Printing ballots,
Returning Officer and expenses,
Dep. Ret. Officer n
do ii
do
do ii
do ii
do ii
do ii
do
do
do ii
do ii
do i,
Election Clerk n
Poll Clerk, .»
do ii
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do   & ex. 813.50; deliver'g bal. boxes.
Freight charges on ballot boxes,
14 ballot boxes,
Rent of room for polling booth
Stationery,
Printing ballots,
Returning Officer,
Dep. Ret. Officer and expenses.
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Chilliwhack Riding, New Wcst'r Dist,
Dewdney Riding,
Harrison River,
Agassiz,
Douglas,
Port Haney,
Hammond,
Silverdale,
Coquitlam,
Nicomen,
Nicomen Island,
Hatzic Prairie,
Port Moody,
Wharnoek,
Mission,
Wharnoek,
Burton's Prairie,
Hatzic Prairie,
Agassiz,
Hammond,
Harrison River,
Port Moody,
Coquitlam,
Port Haney,
Nicomen,
3.Jicomen Island,
Silverdale,
, Mission,
Agassiz,
Richmon
Steveston,
Lulu Island,
Burnaby,
Cedar Cottage,
Moody vi lie,
Gibson's Landing.
Squamish,
Burton"
Election Clerk, 14 days @ $3, and expenses,
Poll Clerk, Steveston,
do Lulu Island,
Horse hire, fares, etc.,
Rent of hall for polling booth,      Steveston,
Fitting screens in n n
Rent of room for n etc.,
Taking ballot box to Squamish and Vancouver,
7 ballot boxes with padlocks,
Stationery,
Printing ballots,
Buggy hire, Returning Officer Keene,
Hire str Enterprise, taking notice of poll to Squamish,
Boat hire, taking notice of poll to Gibson's Landing,
Steamboat hire, conveying Ret. Officer to Squamish,
Returning Officer,
Election Clerk,
Poll Clerk,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Constable,
do
Messenger,
Ballot box, lock and key,
d Riding,
New Westminster City
Carried forward.
1 50
12 00
125 15
16 00
16 90
10 00
20 60
20 80
10 80
18 30
10 00
10 00
21 00
14 00
14 75
77 90
10 90
8 00
5 00
5 00
6 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
?4 50
10 00
14 00
4 00
12 40
10 75
50 00
18 00
19 00
23 00
23 00
27 00
31 00
19 00
10 00
53 00
5 00
5 00
17 05
20 00
3 00
7 00
25 00
18 50
8 00
10 00
25 00
20 00
12 50
35 00
100 00
40 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 OC
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 0C
5 00
5 0C
5 0C
5 0C
5 0C
3 0C
3 0C
1 5C
4 50
3,665 34    29,423 75 44
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$ eta.
3,665 34
25 00
5 70
7 00
1 50
90
4 45
11 51)
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
5 00
7 50
5 00
5 00
5 00
6 00
6 00
5 00
10 00
6 00
7 60
100
50
2 50
5 50
25
46 65
1 50
7 75
5 20
2 50
43 95
2 50
3 50
2 30
50 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
10 00
5 00
6 00
16 00
16 00
3 00
12 50
15 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
10 00
5 00
8 00
10 00
1 75
2 00
6 00
1 60
22 00
14 00
12 50
15 00
20 00
12 50
10 00
5 00
5 00
4,334 74
29,423 75
IV.—LEGISLATION— Continued.
W E Fales	
Vote No. 49.— Expenses of Elections.—Continued.
Erecting polling booths, etc.,                                                   New Westminster City.
Stationery,                                                                                                          i,
Printing ballots and alphabet signs,                                                                h
Cleaning City Hall,                                                                                            n
Fare, etc., Deputy Returning Officer, Dewdney Riding,                              n
Stationery,                                                                                                          n
Deputy Returning Officer, $10; expenses, 81.50; Chemainus,        Cowichan District
do                                                         Cowichan,                         i,
do                                                     Cowichan Lake,              n
do                                                         Somenos,                          n
do                                                         Cobble Hill,                     „
do                                Bye-election,               n                             ,,
do                                           n            Cowichan Lake,               u
do                                           ii            Cowichan Station,           „
do                                           11            Chemainus,                      u
do                                           n            Somenos,                          ,,
Poll Clerk,                                                                Chemainus,                      n
do       $5; expenses, $2.50;                          Cobble Hill,                    „
do                                                                        Cowichan,                        n
do                                                                       Cowichan Lake,               n
do                                                                       Somenos,                          n
do                                                Bye-election, Chemainus,                      n
do                                                         ii            Cowichan,                         n
do                                                     ii           Somenos,                        n
do        $5; expenses, §5;                   n            Cowichan Lake,              n
do                                                         i,            Cobble Hill,                      ,,
Printing ballots,                                                                                                 n
Freight on ballot boxes,                                                                                    ,,
do                 ti                                                                                              ,,
Hire of room for polling booth, Cowichan Lake,                                           „
Stationery,                                                                                                          ti
Freight on forms, Bye-election,                                                                        ,,
Election Clerk, 9 days, $27; Poll Clerk, S5; expenses, $14.25,                     i.
Cotton for voting compartments,                                                                     ,,
Travelling expenses as Returning Officer,                                                      M
do                                                                         Bye-election,     n
Hire of room for polling booth, Cowichan Lake,                             n               i,
Election Clerk, 8 days, $24 ; Poll Clerk, $5; expenses, $14.95,    M              ,,
Hire of room for polling booth, Cobble Hill,                                  .,              t,
Conveying ballot boxes to Duncan,                                                                 ,t
Freight charges, etc.,                                                                                         u
Returning Officer,                                                                        Nanaimo City District
Poll Clerk,                                                                                                           ,,
do
do                                                                                                                  ,,
Election Clerk,                                                                                                    n
Poll Clerk,                                                                                                           ,,
do
Making ballot boxes, etc.,                                                                                 M
Printing ballots, etc.,                                                                                         n
Meals for Returning Officer and Poll Clerks,                                                  n
Dep. Returning Officer, $10; expenses, $2.50, Nanoose Bay,     North Nanaimo Dist.
do    *                 10          ii         5       Parksville School,                  n
Poll Clerk,                                                       Wellington,                          ,,
do                                                                           „                                     ,,
do                                                                      ii                                  i,
do                                                                  Nanoose Bay,                        n
do                                                              Parksville School,                M
Election Clerk,                                                                                                    i,
Meals, etc., Vancouver to Texada Island,                                                        n
Making ballot boxes,                                                                                          n
Printing ballot papers,                                                                                      n
Meals for Returning Officer and Poll Clerks, Wellington,                            ,,
Cleaning school-house used for polling station,                                             n
Hack hire for Returning Officers,                     Wellington,                            ,r
Express charges delivering ballot boxes, etc.,                                                M
Dep. Returning Officer, $10; expenses, $12,     Texada Island,   South Nanaimo Dist.
do                      10          ii           4      Thetis Island,                        „
do                      10           ii          2.50 Alexandra Mine,                    n
do                      10           ii          5      Gabriola Island,                    T,
do                      10          ii         10      Lasqueti Island,                     n
do                      10          n          2.50 Wellington Extension,          T,
Election Clerk,                                                                                             n
Poll Clerk,                                                           North Cedar School,             ,,
do                                                                             ii                            ii
E K Johnson & Co	
G R Porter	
H March	
C T Gibbons	
J R Elliott	
J T Porter.	
EF Miller	
J W Flett	
A J Bell    	
J T Porter	
Colonist Print'g & Pub Co
E & N Railway Co
Do       	
E & N Railway Co	
P W Stanhope	
Do          	
Do          	
P W Stanhope	
J T Porter	
H 0 Wellburn	
W K Leighton	
Do    	
A G King, Jr	
Nanaimo Free Press	
R P Wallis	
H Pillar	
FM B Young	
AEPlanta	
T Hellies	
W R Pillar	
AE Planta	
W T Atherton	
Wellington Enterprise ..
Wellington Hotel	
Thomson & Scoville	
F S Whiteside	
H Burchell	
CHB Potts	
Do         	
E L McDonald	
29,423 75 63 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.
45
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$  cts.
4,334 74
6 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
6 00
5 00
14 00
14 00
10 00
2 50
1 50
25
50
7 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
6 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
6 00
27 50
2 50
15 00
28 00
5 00
4 00
105 00
1 00
2 50
1 00
4 00
2 50
9 00
1 50
50
2 50
5 00
6 25
11 50
2 20
22 75
25
10 00
99 50
1 20
100 00
50 00
50 00
6 00
24 00
6 00
12 00
12 00
6 00
5 00
6 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
29,423 75
IV.-LEGISLATION.—ConUnued.
B H Wake	
Vote No. 49.—Expenses of Elections.—Continued.
Poll Clerk,                                                           Gabriola Island, South Nanaimo Dist.
do                                                                  Texada Island,                       t,
do                                                                  Wellington Extens'n Mine, n
do                                                                        Alexandra Mine,                     u
do                                                                  Thetis Island,                        i,
do                                                                  Lasqueti island,                    n
Fares for Returning Officer Whiteside,                                                       u
Making ballot boxes,                                                                                          i,
Canoe hire, conveying proclamation of election to Lasqueti Island,           n
Rent of room for polling booth, Marble Bay, Texada Island                          11
Meals for Returning Officer and Poll Clerk,   North Cedar,                         n
Express charges on ballot boxes,                                                                      n
Feed for horse of Returning Officer,                                                                M
Hack hire,                           n                                                                                       M
Printing ballots,                                                                                                  u
Deputy Returning Officer,                                Comox,                        Comox District.
do                                                       Union Bay,                             n
do                                                       Shoal Bay,                              t,
do                                                       Denman Island,                     n
do                                                            Hornby Island,                       n
do                                                        Whaleton, Cortez Island,     n
do                                                       Lund,                                      ,,
do                                                       Valdez Island,                        n
do                                                       Little Bear Creek,                 M
Poll Clerk,                                                                Comox,                                      n
do                                                                  Union Bay,                             n
do                                                                  Denman Island,                     .1
do                                                                        Hornby Island,                       1,
do                                                                  Valdez Island,                       11
do                                                                  Whaleton,                              n
do                                                                  Lund,                                      ,,
do                                                                  Little Bear River,                 n
do                                                                  Alert Bay,                              11
do                                                                  Shoal Bay,                              n
Election Clerk, 11 days @ $2.50,                                                                       ,,
Special Constable.                                              Lund,                                      M
Posting proclamations, 6 dayrs (^ $2.50,                                                           ,,
Collecting ballot boxes and delivering same at Cumberland,                       n
Convey'g bal. boxes from Hornby and Denman Ids. to Cumberland,         n
do       revised voters' lists to Denman Id. & Union Wharf from Comox, 11
Hire of steamboat for use of Returning Officer,                                                 1.
Boat hire, Returning Officer, Denman to Union Bay,                                      n
Buggy hire, conveying ballot boxes, Comox to Cumberland,                      n
Meals for Election Clerk at Valdez Island,                                                  ,,
Meals, boatman and T. Irwin, Hewitt Bay,                                                              n
do                             1,       Lund,                                                            ■ 11
Boat hire for Election Clerk, Valdez Island to Cortez Island and return,      n
Meals and bed          n            posting proclamations,                                      n
Buggy hire                u            Courtenay to Cumberland,                              11
Fitting up polling booth, Union Bay,                                                                  ,1
Rent of room for polling booth at Whaleton, Cortez Island,                        h
do                           ,,          $5; cotton for ditto, $1.25, Shoal Bay,      ,,
Rent of hall, $8; fitting up polling booth, $3.50, Lund,                               11
Stationery,                                                                                                           11
Making ballot boxes,                                                                                                 1,
Freight charges on ballot boxes, Union to Victoria,                                      1(
Printing ballots,                                                                                                         11
Acting Deputy Registrar, $5: travelling expenses, $50.50; allowance,
22 days @ $2; Quatsino Sound,                                                                 n
Sealing wax,                                                                                                                 n
Returning Officer,                                                                     Vancouver City District
do              (Bye-election No. 1)                                                           n
do             (Bye-election No. 2)                                                      n
Election Clerk,       (Bye-election No. 1) 2 days,                                             n
do              CGeneral election)     8   u                                                  1,
do             (Bye-election No. 2) 2   „                                               „
Poll Clerk, $5, and assisting to check ballots, $7 extra,                                n
do        $5; Tally Clerk, $7,                                                                        11
do                                                                                                                  ,,
do                                                                                                                  ,,
do                                                                                                                  ,,
do                                                                                                                  „.
do                                                                                                                  „
do                                                                                                                  ,,
do                                                                                                                            ,,
Carried forward	
A Raper  	
J Dick, Jr	
F Marshall	
E & N Railway Co
F WMcCrady	
II A Taylor	
J Gamier	
Cranberry Hotel	
Thompson & Sooville....
Nanaimo Review	
G F Drabble	
E Muschamp	
R Swan	
G Heatherbell	
C I Allen	
W T Pidcook	
R S McConnell 	
J A Eraser	
G D Beadwell, Jr.
W B T Grant	
R Pidcock	
WE Allen	
F McCallum   	
FA Knott	
T Irwin	
F C Bushka	
T Irwin	
W Harvey	
Thomas (Indian)	
11 C Nixon	
H Smith	
R J Walker	
H Bull	
Timlin Bros	
Courtenav House	
II Grant '	
E Muschamp	
C I Allen	
Gold Fields of B C
J E Caluan	
E & N Railway Co	
C P Spick	
A H Pearcy & Co . .
J DHall	
Do      	
W McCraney	
Do           	
J Johnston 	
GF Baldwin	
A I) Gothard  	
T W Chard Lenty	
W Thynne	
F L Prior	
J T Wilson	
T Draper	
5,235 64
29,423 75 46
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.
A P May	
A K Stuart	
F W Boultbee 	
S James    ...
W Sutherland	
G P Dale	
H W Sherlock	
W S Price	
H M Henderson	
H Earle	
J T Brown	
J Michael 	
J Romany	
J C Keith	
W H Brown	
H J Franklin	
F Baynes	
R Borland	
W H Trythall & Son    . .
J G C Wood	
H Kersey	
Vancouver Transfer Co..
A Noble 	
III Haney	
J K Cuminiskey	
A McBryan	
R Stewart	
A Reid	
W F Smith	
J M Kinnear 	
FR Reid	
F S Anstey	
RE Wood's	
T Bulman	
A R Carrington	
T A Wilson	
C Burns	
E O'Rourke     	
R Clarke	
J S Masse	
C Fisher	
L A Dodd	
A Potockie	
ASRumball	
F J Percival	
S J P Scott	
C  P R Co	
A W Duck	
BC Pioneer L'ksmith VVks
E Bullock-Webster.   .
G N Barclay	
J M Wright	
A Stanfleld	
G Parkinson	
J L Pridham	
J M Robinson   	
C W Little	
G N Lawes.	
W D Hobson	
11 Nicholson	
A E Mason	
C O'Keefe	
A H Wade 	
A Megraw	
F M Marshall	
J W Gordon	
H S Pittendrigh	
J A Nesbitt	
W J Snodgrass .   ...
G H Moore	
J Poole	
D M Campbell	
T A Morris	
J F Steele	
Brought forward.
IT.— IiEGlSLATWN-Contimued.
Vote No. 49.—Expenses of Elections. —Continued.
Poll Clerk,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Constable,
do
Printing ballots, etc.,
Stationery, etc.,
Labour and material, fitting
Expressage on ballot boxes,
Deputv Returning Officer,
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; exp.,
Vancouver City
up polling booths,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
N. Thompson River, North Riding, Yale
Griffin Lake,
Sicamous,
Shuswap,
Salmon Arm,
Notch Hill,
Tappen Siding,
Duck's,
Craigellachie,
Louis Creek,
Grand Prairie,
Stump Lake,
Nicola,
N. Thompson River
Douglas Lake,
Quilehena,
Delivering and collecting ballot boxes between Kamloops and Nicola Lake, 5 days @ $8,
do   do   Kamloops to Louis Creek, 4 days @ $6,
do    do    Kamloops to Griffin Lake, 3 days and exp.,
Poll Clerk & Assist. Ret. Officer, Kamloops, 4 d. @$5,
do ,,
do Salmon Arm,
do Grand Prairie,
Delivering and collecting ballot boxes, Douglas Lake and
return, 3 days @ $4,
Express charges, ballot boxes, Kamloops to Duck's,
Express on ballot boxes, Duck's to Grand Prairie, 50c. ;
special trip & exp,, Grand Prairie to Duck's, $7.50,
Locks for ballot boxes,
Deputy Returning Officer, Keremeos, East
Poll Clerk,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Trout Creek,
Armstrong,
Shuswap,
Salmon River,
Kelowna,
Peachland,
Mara,
Enderby,
Benvoulin,
Camp McKinney,
Fairview,
Okanagan,
Penticton,
Sidley,
Short's Point,
Deep Creek,
Rock Creek,
Lumby
Okanagan Falls,
Trout Creek,
Armstrong,
Lumby,
Shuswap,
Salmon River,
Carried forward.
5,235 64
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
3 75
3 75
59 20
12 60
127 90
2 00
10 00
15 00
15 00
15 00
15 00
10 00
16 00
10 00
15 00
15 00
10 00
15 00
10 00
10 00
15 00
15 00
40 00
24 00
26 10
20 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
12 00
30
8 00
6 80
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
6,111 04
29,423 75 63 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.
47
T Hamilton	
R H Rochester 	
L W Shatford	
G E Little	
G Rosaman	
H D Lysons	
H Megraw	
C D Simms	
E F Scott 	
A J Gordon	
J B Bruce	
B Gardom	
B Price	
C E Pittendrigh ..   .
W A McLean	
H SPittendrigh    ...
E M Daly	
J W Gardom 	
A H Wade  	
C O'Keefe	
R G Sidley	
H Cameron	
G Bell 	
Frayne & Hine	
J M* Robinson 	
D W Crowley	
G Parkinson	
A Stanfield	
J A Nesbit	
J M Wright	
G N Barclay	
C VV Little	
E B Websler	
F Lawes	
F M Marshall	
A Megraw    	
J A Nesbit	
A Stanfield	
Neil it Wilson	
W J Snodgrass .   ...
A W Birnie	
Str " Aberdeen "....
T Donald & Co 	
J P McCuddy	
It S Pittendrigh ....
W G MoMullen	
J Kearns 	
Haywood & Leonard
R S Hall    	
Neil & Wilson	
Vernon News	
F Webb	
C F Pound	
J Webb	
J McKay	
E II Goodfellow	
A II Coppen	
J Wardle	
H Webb        	
G McCullough	
W Smith	
C Inkman	
W Teague 	
C H Lloyd	
G V Sto'rkey	
C Whitehead	
J A Starrett     	
H S Cleasby  	
N SFraser	
JTvrer	
J B Silverton	
S McCartney	
A B Ferguson	
Blair & Co	
W E Revsbeck	
J A Starrett	
Brouqht forward.
IV.-LEGISLATION.—Continued.
Vote No
49.-
-Expenses of Elections.—Continued
Poll Clerk,
Kelowna,                      East Riding, Y
do
Peachland,                           m
do
Fairview,                                 h
do
Mara,                                    n
do
Enderby,                              n
do
Benvoulin,                            n
do
Camp McKinney,                 »
do
Okanagan,                            n
do
Penticton,                            n
do
Sidley,                                   ,.
do
Short's Point,                      n
do
Deep Creek,                         n
do
Keremeos,                            n
do
Rock Creek,                         M
do
Okanagan Falls,                    n
Rent of roon
for polling booth, Rock Creek,                         n
do
Keremeos,                              tr
do
Deep Creek,                         n
do
Penticton,                            n
do
Okanagan,                            m
do
Sidley,                                  ,,
do
Camp McKinney,                 n
do
Enderby,                              n
do
Fairview,                              n
do
Peachland,                           n
do
Kelowna,                              it
do
Salmon River,                       m
do
Shuswap,                              ii
do
Lumby,                                 11
do
Armstrong,                            n
do
Trout Lake,                           n
do
Mara,                                       n
Returning ballot boxes to F
lirview and Keremeos,               ii
Distributing
and collecting
ballot boxes, Mara, Deep
Creek, and Salmon River,                                                      n
Conveying ballot box
Vernon to Short's Point and back,     n
do
Camp
McKinney to Sidley      n           n
do
Lumby to Vernon,                               n
do
Shuswap to Lumby,                             u
Vale District
Horse hire, Con. Simmons, distrib'g & col't'g ballot boxes,
Meals and horse feed,
Horse hire,
Fares, meals, berths,
Meals and bed,
do
do
Horse feed,
Meals and bed,
do
Horse feed, etc.,
Conveying ballot boxes, Vernon to Kelowna and
Printing ballots and circulars,
Dep. Ret. Officer, §10; expenses, #2.20, Savona,
do
10
1
St. Elmo,
do
North Bend,
do
10
2
Lytton,
do
Spence's Bridge
do
10
5
Spuzzum,
do
Hope,
do
Princeton,
do
10
3
Otter Valley,
do
Nicola,
do
10
5
Agassiz,
Election Clerk,
Poll Clerk,
St. Elmo,
do
Spence's Bridge
do
North Bend,
do
Hope,
do
Coutlie,
do
Yale,
do
Agassiz,
do
Lytton,
do
Savona,
Rent of room for
pollii
g booth,
Savona,
do
„
Coutlie,
Conveying ballot boxes
, Yale
to Ashcroft,
Horse hir,e, fares
etc.,
Hope,
St.
Elmc
, Agassiz & Yale,
West Riding, Yal
District
Carned forward.
Ill 04    29,423 75
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
6 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 JO
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
4 50
25 00
6 00
5 00
5 00
2 00
13 50
2 00
13 50
27 00
8 00
1 50
6 50
7 00
5 00
1 00
4 00
12 4-2
29 30
12 20
11 00
10 00
12 00
10 00
15 00
10 00
10 00
13 00
10 00
16 00
15 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
23 50
15 00
0,084 96 29,423 75 48                  Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
t  cts.
B C Mining Journal	
M R Dodd	
T H Nichols   	
T J Trapp&Co	
Hudson Bay Co	
C P RCo	
Thomson Stationery Co.
G CTunstall .'	
Blair & Co      	
C F Warner   	
6,684 96
71 10
35
27 00
5 00
1 00
2 65
3 00
3 25
4 15
7 15
3 00
79
2 50
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
27 00
10 00
20 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
30 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
6 00
17 00
25
5 00
1 00
2 50
3 0:>
0 00
10 00
22 00
15 00
36 30
5 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
10 00
24 00
7 50
2 00
5 00
5 00
13 00
12 00
2 75
10 00
5 00
2 00
18 00
25 00
17 50
10 00
10 00
14 00
10 00
7,S93 70
29,423 75
IV.—LEGISLATION— Continued.
Vole No. 49.—Expenses of Elections.— Continued.
Expenses eonvey'g bal, boxes, Yale to Princeton & ret., West Riding, Yale District.
Pencils,                                                                                         ii                     ti
Printing ballots, notices, etc.,                                                   u                     m
Typewriting voters'lists,                                                                n                       n
Conveying ballot box from Agassiz polling station,               n                     u
Locks, cord, and butts,                                                                    n                       n
3 bags for carrying ballot boxes,                                                   i.                       n
Express charges on ballot boxes, Hope to Agassiz,                n                     n
Stationery,                                                                                          11                       n
Express charges on ballot boxes, Kamloops to Victoria,        n                       n
Erecting and removing polling booths,                                       n                       n
Stationery,                                                                                   it                     n
Ballot boxes, etc.,                                                                       n                     n
Dep. Returning Officer, Big Bar,                                  East Riding, Lillooet District,
do                    127-Mile House, Lac la Hache,         M                     M
do                   111        ,i                     „                     ii                     i,
do                    Place's Store, Dog Creek,                 n                     n
do                     Bonaparte,                                             n                       ,,
do                    H. 0. Bowes' house, Dog Creek,      M                     M
do                   S10; exp. §17, Watson Bar Ck.,       „                     ,,
do                    Pavilion Polling Station,                  n                     h
Klection Clerk,                Clinton,                                              n                     n
I'oll Clerk,                •       127-Mile House, Lac la Hache,         M                     M
do                                 111          ,,                       i,                      i,                       ,i
do                              Place's store, Dog Creek,                  n                     n
do                              H. 0. Bowes'house, Dog Creek,     n                     n
do                              P. Grinder's house, Big Bar,            u                     n
do                              School-house, Bonaparte,                 n                     n
Conveying ballot boxes, Lac la Hache,                                     n                     n
do                    to and from Big Bar,                        n                     M
Rent of polling room, 127-Mile House,                                     n                     n
do                   111-       ,,                                                ,,
do                    Dog Creek,                                             n                     M
do                           i,                                                       ii                     „
do                   Big Bar,                                                  „                     ,,
Printing ballots and supplementary voters' lists,                   n                     u
Charges on ballot papers, Ashcroft to Clinton,                       n                     n
Conveying ballot box, Bonaparte to Clinton,                              it                         n
Meals and horse feed, messenger to Ashcroft with voters' list, n                     n
do           and bed,         n                   n                   n          n                       n
Horse hire,                                ,i                  n                  n         n                     h
Chgs. on ballot boxes to and f'm polling places, Lac la Hache, u                       n
Dep. Ret. Officer,                               Tyanditon Creek, West Riding, Lillooet District,
do            §10; exp., §12     , Pemberton Meadows,    i,                     ,,
do              10      ,i        5                                 •             ,,                     ,,
do             10      ,,      26.30, Fire Valley,                  ,i                    n
Poll Clerk,                                               Empire Valley,               n                       u
do                         5       n         5       Pavilion,                           n                       n
do                                                  Pemberton Meadows,    n                     n
do                                                      Tyanditon Creek,            n                       M
do                                                  Cadwallader   m              n                     n
do                         5       ii        5        Watson Bar,                     n                       n
do                                                  Lillooet,                          n                     n
Rent of room for polling booth,       Tyanditon Creek,           n                     M
do                            it                    Pemberton Meadows,    n                     „
Conveying ballot boxes, Lillooet to Tyanditon and Cadwallader and return,                                                            ii                     ii
Conveying ballot boxes, Cadwallader and Tyanditon Cks.,   n                     ,,
do                    Lillooet to Pavilion and return,      M                     n
do                    Empire Valley to Watson Bar Ck., „                     ,,
Meals, bed, etc., Dep. Ret. Officer A. A. Brett, High Bar,     n                     ,,
Horse and canoe hire, Dep. Ret. Officer L. Lovegrove,
Lillooet to Pemberton Meadows,                                       ,i                     n
Printing ballots,                                                                          n                     M
Express charges on ballot boxes, Lillooet to Victoria,           n                     n
Making 7 ballot boxes,                                                               n                     M
Special messenger with ballot boxes to Empire Valley,         n                     u
Stationery,                                                                                          n                       n
Dep. Ret. Officer, S10; expenses, 88,                             South Riding, East Kootenay.
do              10          ,,       15      Coal Creek,                 i,                     „
do              10          n         7.50 Moyie City,                 ,,                     ,,
do                                               Wardner,                    n                     n
do                                               Crow's Nest Land'g, u                     ,,
do               10           i,         4      North Star Mine,        n                       ,,
do                                                   Cranbrook,                   n                    • M
T J Derbv	
0 A McKinlay	
W Abel	
J S Place	
W Walker	
J C Moore	
A A Brett	
W J Kelly	
E D McKinlay	
W R JHautrey	
B Eagle	
G S Walker	
J Wright	
W Abel	
J S Place	
H 0 Bowe	
B C Mining Journal  ....
B C Express Co	
W Walker	
W Lyne 	
B 0 Express Co	
J E Morrison	
T McEwen	
C Boyle	
W Francis 	
J W Collis	
D M McDonald	
J Dunlop	
J C Morrison   	
W E Wherton	
G Hurley	
D McDonald	
GR Tinker	
Indian John Bull	
B C Mining Journal	
B C Express Co	
W G Dujnid	
J Miller	
W French ...   	
H M White-Fraser	
F P Norbury	
A Moffat	
29,423 75 63 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.
49
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
§   ets.
§   cts.
IV. —LEGISLATION—Continued.
7,393 70
21 00
12 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
26 75
1 85
15 00
23 40
2 50
1 50
4 00
50
18 00
21 20
3 00
3 00
10 50
21 00
2 80
4 00
5 00
10 00
13 80
15 00
15 40
9 00
9 00
9 00
10 95
6 00
6 00
20 40
6 00
6 00
3 00
3 00
100 25
40 00
10 40
3 75
5 00
3 20
9 00
7 70
125 00
6 08
1 55
27 60
12 50
60 00
100 00
10 00
10 00
39 80
10 00
10 00
17 30
24 50
10 00
11 60
10 00
28 20
10 00
10 00
5 00
6 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
29,423 76
M A Beale	
E C Parker	
Vote No. 49.—Expenses of Elections.—Continued.
Election Clerk,     §18; expenses, §3      Cranbrook,     South Riding, East Kootenay.
Poll Clerk,                  5           ii         7      Wasa,                            ,,                       ,,
do                                                           Moyie City,                  u                       ,,
do                                                      Wardner,                    n                     ,,
do                                                      Crow's Nest Land'g, u                     ,,
do                                                      Fernie,                        n                     ti
Post'g proclamations, horse hire, etc.,     m                              „                     ,,
Express charges on ballot boxes, etc.,     M                              n                     ,,
Printing ballots,                                                                          n                     M
Material and labour re making ballot boxes,                           n                     n
Posting proclamations at Cranbrook, etc.,                                n                       n
Meals, Returning Officer and Poll Clerk at Fort Steele,        n                     u
Fares, distributing and collecting ballot boxes, W7ardner,    u                     n
Material for polling booth, Fernie,                                           n                     n
Buggy hire, J. Harding, distributing and collecting
ballot boxes at Wardner, etc.,                                           M                     t,
Stationery and room for polling booth, etc., Moyie City,       n                     n
Rent of room for polling booth, Wardner,                               i,                     ,.
do                            M           Cranbrook,                            M                     M
Buggy hire, H. H. Browne,        Moyie City,                           n                     1(
Meals, room and horse feed, collecting and distributing
ballot boxes at Wardner, etc.,                                            it                     n
Horse feed and distrib'g ballot boxes at North Star Mine,     n                     ,.
Stationery, etc.,                                                                          n                     n
Dep. Ret. Officer,                                    Rogers Pass, North Riding,, East Kootenay.
do            §5; expenses, §5       Galena,                        n                     n
do              5           ,,         8.80, Palliser,                      .,                     „
do              5           ii        10       Field,                          ,,                     ,,
do              6           ti        10.40, Beaver,                       ,,                     „
do              5           ii         4       Columbia Valley,       n                     it
do               5           n          4       Canal Flat,                   it                       h
do              5           ii         4       Windermere,              i.                     it
Poll Clerk &prep'ng polling place, etc., Golden,                      n                     t.
do                           ti                  Palliser,                      n                     M
do                           it                  Field,                          M                     n
do                           it                  Rogers Pass,               n                     n
do                           ii                  Beaver,                       n                     „
do                           ii                  Galena,                       n                      n
do                           ii                  Columbia Valley,       h                     n
do                           ti                  Windermere               n                     n
Election Clerk, 21 days @ §3, and expenses,                           ,.                     n
Special messenger to Fort Steele,                                             n                     n
Posting proclamations, Rogers Pass, meals, etc.,                   n                     u
Assisting to make up voters' list,                                             n                     h
Fare, Donald to Field and return, posting proclamations,    n                     n
do   meals and bed, Donald to Golden and return,              n                     M
Stationery, etc.,                                                                          n                     n
Advertising voters'list and printing-100 sup. voters'lists,    n                       n
Posting proclamations, distributing and collecting ballot
boxes between Donald and Canal Flats,                             ,,                       M
Printing ballots,                                                                          it                     ii
Tacks, cotton, etc.,                                                                           n                       n
Making 10 ballot boxes, and exprcssage,                                 n                     u
Buggy hire, Returning Officer,                                                 n                     M
Posting-proclamations between Golden and Canal Flats,      it                     n
Returning Officer                                                          Slocan Riding, West Kootenay.
Deputy Returning Officer,                       Three Forks,            i,                     i,
do                                                 Sandon,                    i,                     n
do          §10; expenses, §29.80, Deer Park,                ,,                     n
do                                                 Whitewater,             ,,                     n
do                                                 Pilot Bay,                 M                     n
do            10            ,,          7.30, Argenta,                   ,,                     ,■
do            10            i,         14.60, Jubilee Point,          .,                     ,i
do                                                 Silverton,                 ,,                     n
do            10            .1           1.60, Ten-Mile,                  „                     ,,
do                                                 Slocan City,             n                     M
do            10            ii         18.20, Slocan Junction,     ,,                     ,,
do                                                 Robson,                    n                     "
do                                                 New Denver,            t,                     n
Poll Clerk,                                                  Three Forks,            ,,                     „
do                                                        Sandon,                    n                     n
do                                                         Deer Park,               u                     n
do                                                         W7hitewater,             n                     n
do                                                         Ainsworth,               n                     n
do                                                         Kaslo,                       ii                     ii
C E Denny	
W S A Wallinger .  .
E A Elton & Co	
FC Clopp	
J Thompson	
E C Henniger	
J Hutchison   	
B P Cook	
G Geary	
Cann&Co	
W Gator	
G McMillan	
J D Wells     	
C Wyckofl
F Stalker     .
A H Mitchell	
W G F Carter	
H G Gale 	
W J Spard	
A W Grierson	
C J Martin	
W Botfleld	
R Northway	
E Plowright	
J F Deacon	
Do       	
Do     	
R W Patmore	
East Kootenay Miner . .
S S Ilambly .'	
The Golden Era Co
Manuel & Ruttan	
I Henderson 	
A E Hamilton	
S E Ilambly	
F S Andrews	
S A Mighton	
J A W Bell	
F W Petit	
N H Sinclair	
J Gibbs	
J L White  	
FRC Beer	
J Kelly	
F E Sewoll   	
R Kyle	
G McDonald	
C E Frost	
8,485 58
29.423 75 50                  Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
S   cts.
§   cts.
8,485 58
5 00
12 30
24 00
5 00
6 50
6 00
18 20
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
19 00
3 00
81 00
7 25
5 00
5 00
5 75
5 00
6 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
6 00
5 00
7 00
4 00
2 50
9 10
23 60
30 00
3 00
3 20
39 50
35
7 00
1 00
66 35
18 15
31 35
37 50
34 00
22 10
3 00
10 00
27 50
25 70
15 00
10 00
29 70
18 15
54 00
23 50
24 60
40 90
18 80
32 40
25 00
27 00
19 55
42 15
12 60
24 50
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
29,423 76
IV.— LEGISLATION.—Continued.
Vote No. 49.—Expenses of Elections.—Continued.
Poll Clerk,                                                  Pilot Bay,  Slocan Riding, West Kootenay.
do                   §5; expenses, S 7.30, Argenta,                    h                     m
do                     5            ti         19       Jubilee Point,          n                     n
do                                                             Silverton,                   n                       n
do                     5            ,i           1.50, Ten-Mile,                  n                     .,
do                                                        Slocan City,              n                     u
do                      5             ii         13.20, Slocan Junction,      n                       n
Constable,                                                  Three Forks,            ii                     n
do                                                         Sandon,                    u                     n
do                                                         Deer Park,               M                     n
do                                                         Whitewater,             ,,                     u
do                                                         Kaslo,                       ,i                     ii
do                                                         Argenta,                   n                     h
do                                                         Jubilee Point,          i,                     i,
do                                                         Ten-Mile,                  ,,                     n
do                                                         Slocan City,             n                     u
do                                                             Robson,                      n                       ■■
do                     3            ii         16       Slocan Crossing,      n                     n
do                                                         New Denver,            h                     n
Election Clerk, 27 days @ §3,                  Kaslo,                       n                     n
Clerical assistance to Returning Officer,                                  n                     h
Typewriting instructions to Dep. Returning Officers,           n                     n
Rent of room for polling booth,              Three Forks,            n                     h
do                            n       §5; lock for bal. box, Sandon, n                     n
do                            n                        Deer Park,                n                     n
do                               ii       & repairs, Whitewater,              n                       n
do                            ii                        Pilot Bay,                 ,T                     n
do                            n                        Argenta,                   n                     n
do                            ,i                        10-Mile,                     ,i                     i,
do                            ii                        Silverton,                 n                     n
do                            it                        Slocan City,              n                     ■■
do                            ii                        Robson,                    ,t                     M
Charges, 15 ballot boxes, Kaslo to Victoria,                            M                     h
Meals and bed, Returning Officer at Nelson,                           M                     m
Fitting compartments, polling booth, Kaslo,                          n                     n
Stationery, telegrams, expressage, and postage,                    n                     n
Fares, meals, etc.,                                                                       n                     n
Hire of steamer, Deputy Returning Officer and Clerk,
Kaslo to Argenta and return,                                             n                     „
Stationery,                                                                                   n                     n
do        etc.,                                                                           it                     n
Printing ballots (5,500),                                                                   ,,                       ,,
Charges on ballot boxes, etc.,                                                        ,,                       ■■
Erecting polling booth and furnishing same, New Denver,  u                     M
Meals for Dep. Ret. Officer and Poll Clerk,              „               ,i                       „
Fares, meals, beds, etc., Slocan to Kaslo, as Ret. Officer,     ■■                     m
do                        coilect'g ballot boxes,      n              n                     n
do       trip instructing deputies,                                 n                     n
15 ballot boxes,                                                                           n                     n
Printing ballots, cards, blank forms, etc.,                                  n                       n
Stationery, etc.,                                                                           n                     n
Postage stamps and cards,                                                         n                     n
Dep. Ret. Officer,                          Silver King Mine, Nelson Riding, West Kootenay.
do            §10; exp., .§17.50, Proctor's Landing,         ■■                     n
do              10       i,     15.70, Waterloo,                        „                     ■,
do               10       ii       5        Kuskanook,                      n                       „
do                                              Ymir,                                 n                       n
do              10       „     19.70, Hall's Siding,                 ,,                     ..
do              10       „       8.15, Erie,                                „                     ,,
do              10       ,,     44       Rykert,                           ,,                     „
do             10      n     13.50, Salmo, bye election,     n                    n
do              10       ..     14.50, Ymir,                i,            ,,                     u
do              10       „     30.90, Creston,            „            ,,                     „
do              10       ,,       8.80, Hall's Siding,    ,.            ,,                     ,i
do              10       ,,     22.40, Erie,                  „            „                     .,
do              10       ii     15       Kuskanook,      u            T,                     n
do              10       „     17       SilverKingM., ,,            „                     ,,
do             10      „      9.66, Proctor's Ldg„ n           ,,                    it
do              10       i,     32.15, Rykert,        "     „            „                     „
do               10        „        2.50, Waneta,             „             n                       ..
do               10       n      14.50,        ,,                                   „                       ,,
Poll Clerk,                                           Silver King Mine,          n                     u
do                                                  Kuskanook,                    n                     n
do                                                  Nelson,                           i,                     n
do                                                  Ymir,                              u                     n
W H Walby	
D Scott 	
J T Tipping	
T D Woodcock	
J A Deacon	
A II Stirrett	
W Armstrong	
J Thompson	
W A Milne	
T Melrose	
C B Taylor	
TMulvey	
D A McDonell	
WJTwiss	
A C Anderson	
W H Ennis	
S E Wrighton	
H K Livingstone	
Niven & Bell	
C B Taylor	
F R C Beer	
Dominion Express Co...
D C McGregor	
W J Twiss	
Do      	
A Campbell 	
W H Udall	
J L White	
Slocan City News	
Dominion Express Co . ..
D Matheson	
New Market Hotel	
FS Andrews	
Do           	
Do           	
H J Robertson	
Nelson Economist	
Linton Bros   	
D Meking	
J L McFarland	
W N Rolfe	
G A Eastman	
F Grantham	
J C Rvkert, Jr	
G R Pinklater	
W Couch	
H T Macleod	
W V Bradshaw	
F Adie	
H 0 Keefer	
J O'Shea	
9,603 13
29,423 75 63 Vict        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.                 51
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
§   cts.
§   cts.
G Gilchrist	
G Ellis	
SMBrydges   	
Broutfht forward	
IV.-LEGISLATION.-CoM,*i«,wec?.
9,603 13
5 00
5 00
5 00
8 55
15 00
5 00
15 00
12 05
4 50
5 45
3 00
32 50
5 45
2 05
3 50
5 40
11 60
16 85
24 50
2 50
1 50
58 00
3 80
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
30
1 00
2 20
2 50
20
19 60
33 35
44 00
1 99
5 92
50
20 00
42 80
22 50
70 00
12 10
15 00
20 00
22 50
15 00
20 00
22 60
17 35
4 00
7 50
81 00
28 SO
11 20
12 00
39 00
45 00
21 50
1 CO
6 40
5 00
2 60
34 50
7 00
•'0
20 70
22 10
100 00
22 50
17 CO
18 85
18 00
85 00
29,423 75
Vote No. 49.—Expenses of Elections.—Continued.
Poll Clerk,                                           Nelson,              Nelson Riding, West Kootenay
do                                                      Waneta,                             M                       n
do                                                  Nelson,                            n                     n
do         §5; expenses, §3.55,       Erie,                                „                     „
Paid 3 Poll Clerks, @ §5,                   Nelson,                            „                     „
do   Election Clerk,                                n                                 n                     ,t
do   W. Waldie, 5 days @ §3,                 ii                                 ,,                     ,,
Stationery,                                                                                   n                     M
Stationery and bibles,                                                                u                     n
charges, ballot boxes, etc., to Victoria,                                   n                     „
Sheeting for polling station,                                                      n                     i,
Making 12 ballot boxes and fixing up polling booth,             ii                      M
Lock3 and hinges for ballot boxes,                                           n                     „
Packing ballot boxes,                                                                 n                     n
Erecting voting booths and boxing up ballot boxes,              n                     M
Posting Proclamations at Hall & Erie,                                     ,,                     ,,
Rent of room for polling station, etc., Ymir,                          M                     ,,
Fares, meals, etc., for Returning Officer,                                n                     M
Meals, bed, horse feed for constable Goat River and
return to Kuskanook,                                                         n                     n
Assisting Returning Officer, one day,                                      ,,                     ,,
Rubber stamps,                                                                           n                     M
Printing ballot papers, Voters'List, etc.,                                ,,                     ,,
Express to Ymir, as Returning Officer,                                    ,,                     ,,
Constable, Nelson,                                                                      n                     n
do                                                                                  ii                     .t
do                                                                                  it                     i,
do                                                                                  ,i
Express charges on parcel papers,                                            u                     ,,
Express hire at Nelson,                                                              n                     ,,
Padlocks,                                                                                             it                       it
Freight charges on ballot boxes,                                               it                     M
Braid for sealing up boxes,                                                        M                     n
Swearing in deputies, 2 days, §10; fares and meals, §9.60,    n                     ,t
Fares, horse hire, etc., delivering ballot boxes,                      it                     M
10 ballot boxes, §25.00; erecting polling booths, §17.00;
packing ballot boxes, §2.00,                                                n                     ,,
Telegrams,                                                                                   it                     „
Freight eharges on parcels,                                                       n                     n
Express charges, ballot boxes at Nelson,                                 h                     ,,
Dep. Ret. Officer, §10; exp., §10,      Arrowhead,  Revelstoke Rid., West Kootenay.
do              10     ti       32.80, Glacier,                           ,,                     „
do              10     ,,       12.50, Illecillewaet,                   u                     „
do              10     ii       60       French Creek,                n                     „
do               10      ii         2.10, Albert Canyon,                ..                       „
do               10     ii          5       Boyd's Ranch,                  it                       ,t
do              10     ii       10       Revelstoke,                     h                     i,
do              10     v       12.50, Ferguson,                        ,,                     ,,
do               10      ti          5       Comaplix.                         M                       „
do              10     n       10       Thomson's Landing,      n                     n
do               10     ii       12.50, Revelstoke,                       ,,                       ,,
Poll Clerk,                5     „       12.35, Burton City,                   n                     ,,
do                                                                .,                                ,,
do       and Constable,                  Trout Lake,                    n                     n
Election Clerk, 27 days @ §3,                                                         n                       ,,
Collecting ballot boxes, 3 days @ §2.50; mileage, §20.SO,      h                     n
Conveying-          n            Arrowhead to Revelstoke & ret.,    n                     ,r
Paid for stationery, lunches, etc.,                                             M                     ,,
Making ballot boxes and booths,                                                  n                       u
Services, 5 days @ §3, $15; expenses to Big Bend, etc., $30, n                     n
Advertising proclamations and polling booths, etc.,              n                     n
Expressage on ballot boxes,                                                       n                     n
Charges on 16 ballot boxes, Revelstoke to Victoria,               it                     M
Rent of room for polling booth, Albert Canyon,                     n                     n
Special Constable, Revelstoke,                                                  n                     n
Printing ballots,                                                                          n                     n
Convey'g ballot boxes, Thomson's Landing to Trout Lake,  i,                     ,t
do                  Fretz to Government Office,              n                     n
Expenses taking ballot box to Burton, etc.,                            n                     ,, .
do                     ii                  Nakusp, Comaplix, etc.,        u                     n
Returning Officer,                                                     Rossland Riding, West Kootenay.
Dep. Ret.' Officer, §10; exp., §12.50, Grand Forks,                 ,r                     „
do              10     ii         7.50, Greenwood,                    n                      t,
do              10     ,i         8.85, Trail,                               „                     „
do              10     ii         8       Cascade,                          n                     M
Election Clerk,      75     n      10      Rossland,                       u                    n
Do        	
Do        	
Thomson Stationery Co .
Canada Drug & Book Co.
Dominion Express Co...
F Irvine & Co	
Lawrence Hardware Co .
D MeArthur&Co.	
A B Buckworth	
R B Bell	
H Y McDowell	
The Tribune Association
S Hammond	
H A Walton	
T Brown	
Dominion Express Co...
W A Reynolds	
Lawrence Hardware Co .
C PR Co	
A Ferland & Co	
W A Jowett, J P
J G McClintock	
C Hillyer & Co	
Spokane Northern Tel Co
CP R Co	
G Davis	
G T Newman	
W Scott 	
G Laforme	
J Paterson	
J D Boyd	
M M Buchanan    	
W Price    	
T W Graham	
C RSneyd	
D .1 Darraugh    ...
A Williamson.   	
J .1 Langstaff	
F W Laing	
A M Craig	
J D Sibbald	
L A Fretz	
S Ballegaard	
Dominion Express Co...
J Shaw	
W Fleming	
F G Fauquier	
C E Shaw 	
W B Townsend	
E White	
10.888 69
29.423 57 52
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$  cts.
10,888 69
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
3 00
3 00
10 00
26 00
14 00
21 00
52 00
17 50
10 00
14 00
10 00
16 00
10 00
10 00
16 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
6 00
6 00
6 00
6 00
6 00
6 00
6 00
0 00
6 00
6 00
25 00
3 00
5 00
6 00
6 00
5 00
5 00
3 50
29 26
7 00
14 45
15 00
40 00
52 00
20 50
10 00
10 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
15 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
4 80
22 20
2 00
9 50
8 50
2 00
14 80
10 00
10 00
29,423 75
IV.-LEGISLATION.-C«»i*i»«erf.
Vote No. 49.—Expenses of Elections.—Continued.
Poll Clerk,                                           Midway,         Rossland Riding, West Kootenay
do                                                  Rossland,                        M                     M
do                                                         ,,                                n                     ,,
do                                                        it                                ii                     tt
do                                                         it                                n                     it
do                                                         it                                it                     it
do                                                         it                                ti                     ii
do                                                         ii                                it                     ii
do                                                        ..                                ii
Special constable,                                      u                                n             ■       n
do                                                         it                                ti                     ti
Printing ballots and placards,                                                   n                     n
6 ballot boxes,                                                                             ,i                     .1
Stationery,                                                                                          n                       n
Meals, bed and horse feed, on various services,                      M                     ,,
Fares, meals, beds, etc., while appointing deputies at
Boundary Creek, etc.,                                                         u                     ,,
Meals, bed and horse feed for Election Clerk,                         u                     n
Horse hire for Poll Clerk at Midway,                                        M                     ,,
do          Constable Hoosen, distrib'g bal. boxes, etc.,   n                     n
Deputy Returning Officer,                             Quesnelle,                     Cariboo District.
do                     §10; Poll Clerk, §6,
do                                                  Harper's Camp,                        ,,
do                                                  Stanley,                                      n
do     §10; rent poll'g booth, §6, Alexandria,                                  n
do                                                  Snow Shoe,                                n
do                                                  Risky Creek, Chilcotin,           it
do                                                           ii                                         „
do                                                  Soda Creek,                               n
do                                                  Alexis Creek,                            n
Poll Clerk,                                                       Quesnelle,                                  u
do                                                              Harper's Camp,                        n
do                                                               Stanley,                                     h
do                                                                    ,,                                            „
do                                                                    n                                            ,,
do                                                              Alexandria,                               n
do                                                              Snow Shoe,                                n
do                                                                    Risky Creek,                                m
do                                                          Keithley Creek,                       ,,
do                                                              Soda Creek,                               n
Election Clerk,                                                                                                    „
Constable,                                                        Alexandria,                                tt
Rent of room for polling booth,                     Stanley,                                         n
do                         it                                Show Shoe,                                n
do                           ii                                   Risky Creek,                                n
do                           n                                   Keithley Creek,                          rl
do                         ti                                Soda Creek,                               n
Cleaning ahd fixing polling booth,                 Stanley,                                        ,t
13 ballot boxes, with hasps and staples,                                                         n
Padlocks and butts,                                                                                                   n
Stationery, etc.,                                                                                                          n
Printing ballots,                                                                                                         it
Distributing and collecting ballot boxes, Soda Creek, etc.,                          M
do                                ii                     Snow shoe, Keithley, etc.,          n
do                                ii                     on Trunk Road,                            n
Deputy Returning Officer, Clayoquot,                                                 Alberni District
do                     Cannery Polling Station,                                    M
do                     Ucluelet,                                                               n
Poll Clerk,                             Clayoquot,                                                            tt
do                                   Cannery Polling Station,                                    ,,
do                                    Ucluelet,                                                               n
do                                   Alberni,                                                                n
Election Clerk,                                                                                                    it
Rent of room for polling booth, Clavoquot                                                     ti
do                         i,                     i.                                                            i,
do                         ii             Ucluelet,                                                      n
Travelling expenses, Clayoquot to Cannery and back,                                 n
Conveying ballot boxes, Ucluelet to Alberni,                                                 n
Conveying ballot boxes, steamer to Court House,                                         n
Stationery, sheeting, tape, etc.,                                                                        n
Making 5 ballot boxes,                                                                                      n
Conveying ballot boxes, Court House to steamer,                                         ,,
Dep. Ret. Officer, §10; exp., §4.80,  Kennedy Lake,  bye election,             n
do                                               Clayoquot,                n                               ii
do                                           Ucluelet,                  n                            ,t
A 0 R Brown	
W P Dockerill	
Frank Conruyt 	
Thomas Anderson	
Stender & Perine	
J E Hooson	
E White	
M A Harvey	
Red Star Livery Stable..
W A Johnston  	
A Johnstone	
FMBecher	
C H Smith	
R H MacEachron	
J Hudson	
G Dester	
J M Collins.	
W W Shekney	
0 T Hanee	
F Littler   	
Veith & Borland	
J Reid	
S A Rogers	
B C Mining Journal	
W T Dawley	
A H Tycheo	
L W Carter	
A L Smith	
WT Dawley 	
J E Sutton	
H Fitzgerald	
H S Law	
W Armstrong	
W T Dawley	
11,664 69
29,423 75 63 Vict.
Publtc Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.
53
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
S  cts.
11,664 69
9 80
5 00
5 00
5 00
15 00
1 00
59 00
12 50
2 65
7 00
1 CO
1 00
2 30
4 60
1 00
200 CO
7 00
100 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
17 90
10 00
14 00
10 00
10 00
29 50
7 00
296 20
158 00
15 00
30 50
73 93
6 60
16 00
26 20
22 00
1 50
108 00
94 30
7 25
44 25
12 00
29,423 76
IV.—LEGISLATION.—Concluded.
Vote No. 49.—Expenses of Elections.—Concluded.
Poll Clerk, §5; expenses, §4.80, Cannery Station,      Bye-election, Alberni District.
do                                        Clayoquot,                     n                           n
do                                           Alberni,                           n                             u
do                                           Ucluelet,                         n                             n
Election Clerk,                                    11                                n                             n
Rent of room for polling booth, Clayoquot,                      n                            n
Distributing and collecting ballot boxes,                          n                            n
Horse hire,                                                                            ■■                             11
Stationery,                                                                                  11                               n
4 ballot boxes,                                                                      n                             n
Rent of room for polling booth, Ucluelet,                        n                             n
Expenses conveying ballot boxes,                                     n                             n
Charges on ball'it boxes,                                                         n                               11
Travelling expenses Clayoquot to Cannery and back,     n                             n
Rent of room for polling booth,                                         n                             n
Returning Officer,                                                                                    Cassiar District
Deputy Returning Officer,                                    Bella Coola,                        n
do                                                       McDame Creek,                 n
do                     §7; expenses, §3       Hazelton,                            n
do                      7           ii         3       Rivers Inlet,                       u
do                      7           ii         3       Inverness Cannery,           n
do                     10          ii         7.90, Port Essington,                 n
do                      7           ti         3       Skidegate,                           n
do                      7           n         7       Naas Harbour,                   n
do                      7           it         3       Lome Creek,                      n
do                      7          it         3       Metlakahtla,                       n
Poll Clerk,                             2.50      n        27       Bella Coola,                        i,
do                                     5           n         2       Port Simpson,                    u
Fares, meals, beds, launch hire, etc., as Returning Officer,                         n
Transport of Returning Officer, Hazelton to Lome Creek, etc.,                  u
Conveying ballot boxes to and from Hazelton,                                               n
Supplies, etc., for messenger with ballot boxes, Pt. Essington to Hazelton, ,t
Supplies, paid wages, etc., waiting for ballot boxes at Hazelton,                n
Printing ballots,                                                                                                          n
Ballot boxes, including packing,                                                                      n
Freight charges on ballot boxes,                                                                      n
Meals for Deputy Returning Officer Greaves,                                                 n
do                            n                        ti                                                         ii
J Griee	
T H Averv	
A II Lyche	
A L Smith	
J Beck	
H S Law	
A VV" Heath	
J E Sutton	
J W lianna	
C P N Co	
A Engvick	
W T Dawley
J M Lindsay-Alexander .
B H Lee	
R S Sargent 	
RT Wood	
R Tennant   	
II McKenzie 	
C Barnes 	
J R Scott	
T A Allan	
D A Robertson .
J M Lindsay-Alexander .
Inverness Canneiw  	
GNash	
R Cunningham & Son ...
Hudson's Bay Co	
Colonist Print'g & Pub Co
CP N Co	
Callbreath, Cook & Co ..
Annie Corlis	
Toronto Type Found'yCo
H P McDowell
Do
Vote No. 50.—Contingent Fund.
13,143 77
6 00
6 00
60 00
26 00
10 00
1 50
20 00
20 00
1 00
23 50
92 90
8 55
260 00
7 60
Saunders & Rowan	
do                           ,|                         l.                	
Victoria Transfer Co   ..
C F Jones	
Services as stenographer, re Select Committee on Victoria and Esquimalt Tel. Co..
Victoria Steam Laundry.
H E Levy 	
B C Cold St'g'e& lee Wks
Vote No, 51.—dournuls and Statutes Rinding.
543 05
Colonist Print'g & Pub Co
126 00
165 55
201 25
G A Roedde	
492 80
43,603 37 54
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
cts. §  cts.
Brought forward	
V.-PIIBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).
R Wolfenden ..
W W Wolfenden
J L McCulloch..
K Scholefield ...
R Butler	
J Pottinger	
F Partridge ....
F Shakespeare..
E Cameron	
R W Clarke ....
J Davies	
W W Baines . ..
D T Ballantvne
W T Smith	
W H Clark	
F Butler	
G Kelly	
G Neill	
W Richdale ....
Pay Lists	
Do    	
R Wolfenden .   .
T N Hibben & Co	
J Johnston 	
Miller & Richard	
Colonist P& PCo	
E G Prior & Co	
B C Electric R'y Co	
Toronto Type  F'dry  Co
California Ink Co	
J W Butler Paper Co....
Henderson Bros	
Erskine, Wall & Co	
P McQuade & Son	
Reed & Goodman	
J L Morrison & Co	
J Richmond & Co	
R P Rithet& Co	
Albion Iron Works Co ..
D Spencer	
.1 Sommer	
Nicholles & Renouf	
L Hater 	
G C Hinton & Co	
Hylan & Hafer	
Inland Printer Co	
J Wetter & Co	
W 0 Hickok Mfg Co ....
Weiler Bros	
Brown Fold'g Mach'e Co
C B Cottrell & Sons Co.
BC Furniture Co	
Taylor Mill Co	
Thomson Stationery Co
McColl Bros & Co	
J Holmes	
Wells, Fargo & Co	
Dominion Express Co..
G't Northern Express Co
CPNCo	
RP Rithet & Co	
H M Customs	
J Heaney	
R Wolfenden	
M R Smith & Co	
W S Beckwith   	
J West	
Vote No. 52.—Printing Office, Victoria.
(Staff.)
Queen's Printer   12 mon
lerk and proof-reader  12
ths t
§180
75
Assistant clerk
Mail clerk .
Foreman ...
Compositor.
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Chief pressman
Pressman    ..   .
Apprentice  12
do    12
Janitor  12
Extra assistance on Sessional work, etc	
Printers'overtime, n 	
Allowance for overtime during Session 	
50
„ 126
n 90
.. 60
,, 90
ii 90
85
„ 6 ds.   80
80
80
„ 11 ds. 80
i, no
i, 80
35
i, 30
t, 45
Total salaries of Staff
(Maintenance.)
Printing paper, etc	
do 	
Embossing machine, press, etc	
Paper, ink, grinding knives, etc	
Leather belting, tools, etc	
Motor power and electric light	
Type, brushes, etc	
Ink, brushes, etc   	
Enamel book paper	
Lard oil, turpentine, etc	
Coal oil, soap, brooms, etc	
Cotton waste, lamp black, brushes, etc.
Inks, etc	
Wire, clinchers, etc	
Spri ngs for pre-s	
Roller composition	
Repairs and wrenches	
Cotton, etc	
Glass and repairs	
Mallets -
Wire rope, tools, etc	
Shades, wire, repairs, etc    	
Repairing machinery, etc	
Subscription to Inland Printer, 1 year .
Steel comb springs	
No. 6 Standing press	
Oilcloth, lumber, etc	
Tape and rubber	
Rubber rings	
Book case and excelsior.	
Lumber	
Book corners 	
Engine oil	
Washing towels	
Express charges on printing material .
do ,,
do i,
Freight u
do it
Duty „
Dlavage n
Paid for rags	
Flour sacks	
Express charges on saw dust, etc.	
Removing rubbish	
Carned forward.
3,127 90
7,510 60
1,836 63
35 60
61 63
660 30
7S 44
105 90
65 00
40 74
48 85
60 59
331 29
9 30
11 61
89 16
9 65
24 40
1 50
1 80
22 00
33 77
82 50
2 On
1 20
87 60
5 50
4 40
67
16 34
16 44
20 20
3 00
24 00
90
39 35
85
286 35
6 15
185 65
13 00
1 90
35 75
8 00
36 60
34,219 09
34,219 09 63 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 18P8, to 30th June, 1899.
55
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
§   cts.
§   cts.
E Spillman	
Bradcn Bros	
do	
Pay Lists	
R P Rithet & Co	
A O Roy	
G C Hinton	
Muirhead & Mann	
do. 	
J Baker	
Albion Iron Works Co ..
B C Furniture Co	
H Cooley	
Raymond & Son	
BC Pottery Co	
.1 W Keller   	
Ledingham Bros	
T M Brayshaw	
.1 VVaites	
G Stelly	
P Leach      	
W Limey	
WP Wo'rthington	
WH Clark	
E G Prior & Co	
S Shore   	
A Parfitt	
The Binner Engrav'g Co.
C P N Co 	
Berry & Stewart	
R S Engelhardt	
.1 Roarke	
R J Styles	
W S Beckwith	
G't Northern Express Co
Northern Pac Express Co
AL Curtis	
Dominion Express Co...
A E Kent	
.1 Heaney         ....
Vic Truck & Dray Co.. ..
R Maynard	
Fleming Bros	
II W Walker	
WHPhilipps	
Society Chem'l Industry
J Sommer 	
F WNolte & Co	
Weiler Bros	
Province Publishing Co.
Kingham & Co	
Victoria Gas Co	
A & W Wilson	
Colonist Pt'ing & Pub Co
R Lettice    	
Henderson Bros	
McFarlane & Co	
Greenwood, Smith & R..
Challoner* Mitchell....
H Carmichael	
L Clark	
J Lorimer	
Brought forward	
V.-PUBLIC  INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).—Continued.
Vote No. 53.—Rureuu of Mines.
Contract for painting building	
do rearranging heating system, etc
Plumber work and material	
Bricklayers, plasterers and labourers	
Cement .
Balance of contract for raising building	
Contract for re-wiring, etc., electric lights	
Labour and material, making alterations and additions.
Desks, counters, tables, etc	
Bricks.
Sundry iron-work, etc	
Glass cases, alterations and repairs	
Repairing roof and spouts.       ■.        	
Plaster of paris and lime	
Sewer-pipe, fire-clay, brick, etc	
Fire-brick	
Forgings for furnaces, etc	
Blacksmith work on furnace fittings, etc	
Gas fixtures	
Sand	
Services as plasterer and bricklayer 17 days @ §3.50
do        bricklayer  3       ,t       4
do ii 	
Labour   6       „       2.25
Nails, bolts, iron, etc	
Nails, tools, etc	
Cartage on fire-brick	
Copper plates for Minister of Mines Report, etc,	
Freight charges on       11 11 	
Duty and brokerage on copper plates	
do troy weights	
Express charges on maps, etc         	
do copper plates, etc	
do samples ore and bricks 	
do 	
do 	
do and brick   	
do 	
Freight charges, etc   	
Dravage.
do     	
Flash lights, films, etc	
Photo paper, plates, etc	
Coal oil, soap, etc   	
Seal, press, etc	
Subscription to Journal, Society of Chemical Industry, 1 year .
Glazing pictures, etc	
Clinometer sight compass	
Sundry fittings, etc  	
Maps for Minister of Mines Report....        	
Coal
Gas, §23.80; coke, §4	
Gasoline tank, etc ..	
Lithographing	
Brush, glue, etc	
Filter pump, stove, gasoline, crucibles, etc	
Flasks, furnace, asbestos, crucibles, etc	
Binding sundry books 	
Refund on gold bar (error in estimate of fineness) .
Paid duty, express charges, etc	
Services assisting to arrange mineral collection, etc.
do
Less voucher in favour of G. Hinton §300 00^
do ii J. R. Nott   500 00
issued for the year ending 30th June, 1896, and the amount
brought to account in the expenditure of that year in anticipation
of work proposed to be done but not executed, cheques held in
the interim by the Architect, returned in March, 1899, and cancelled.
Carried forward.
811 10
220 00
617 S5
394 81
92 5'
100 CO
165 00
564 68
502 75
164 50
179 80
80 06
17 00
39 50
44 53
16 00
7 90
14 75
6 60
38 00
59 50
12 00
10 00
13 50
58 50
17 65
1 26
153 72
18 60
31 20
4 40
1 00
6 25
5 35
1 00
7 75
1 25
4 10
1 75
1 00
2 80
9 45
15 05
6 25
27 50
6 70
3 60
13 00
5 15
60 00
19 00
27 80
12 75
2 00
70
294 06
107 13
6 50
35 11
69 70
40 00
40 00
800 00
38,599 98 56
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   ets.
Brought forward	
V—PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).—Continued.
J Fannin .
E M Anderson
F Kermode...
D Withrow .   .
B C Furniture Co	
Weiler Bros	
C F Newcomb	
P McQuade & Son	
Colonist P & P Co	
U E Campbell   	
R Maynard	
H Maynard	
E G Prior & Co	
Muirhead & Mann	
G Morrison & Co	
J Bamsley & Co	
W H Danby	
D F Green	
F Norris	
A C Brooks	
J Sommer	
BC Electric R'y Co	
A O Brooks	
A McGregor	
Indian Harles	
H S Henderson	
E Crompton  	
R Lettice	
Victoria B'k & Stat'y Co
W J Anderson	
J Hutcheson & Co	
A & W Wilson	
Nicholles & Renouf	
G Williams	
T N Hibben & Co	
Fell & Co	
A D Donaldson	
D Withrow	
J Battersby     	
W S Beekwith	
Dominion Express Co...
W Nathan	
W Thomson ...
J H King	
F Thomas	
Pacific Coast SS Co	
C PNCo	
Victoria Transfer Co ...
J Fannin	
G FBodington, MD.
Do
R E Walker, M D	
G H Manchester, M D
,1 Phillips	
R Rces	
M J Knight	
W T L House	
J D Hopkins	
A Abbott	
R Rees	
J Dennison  .
E Fitzgerald	
E B Stincbcombe ....
W T Beggs	
J Duncan	
Vote No. 54.—Provincial 3Iuseum.
(Staff.)
Curator      12 months @ $120
Assistant     12           n             30
Taxidermist  12           M            50
Caretaker  2           i.            20
Total salaries of Staff
(Maintenance.)
Cabinet, desk, tables, etc	
Brass thumb-screws, stand, lumber, etc	
Services arranging and preparing catalogue, etc ....
Arsenic, plaster, paint, etc	
Cardboard, etc    	
Glycerine, alum, glue, etc  	
Twine, film, developing photo plates, etc	
Photographs, etc	
Tools, butts, hooks, etc	
Redwood lumber	
Glue and alum	
Tools, cartridges, repairs, etc	
Collection of butterflies and beetles	
Services packing exhibits for London	
Setting knife	
Collection of eggs, etc	
Frame, etc	
Electric light	
Collection of skins	
Sundry iron work 	
Indian curios	
15 vols. Darwin	
Hire of steamer, dredging for specimens	
Glazing, etc	
Sundry books, etc	
Cases for fish, etc	
Cheesecloth, towels, etc	
Hose, bellows, etc	
Tools and drawer pulls	
Coral, etc	
Wire, etc	
Soap, salt, brooms, etc	
Services as watchman, one night    	
Labour   	
do          	
Express charges	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Freight charges 	
do 	
Expressage	
Paid for Indian curios, express and freight charges ,
- month (a; 820
n 30
Vote No. oo.—Hospital for the Insane.
(Staff.)
Medical Superintendent  12 months @
Allowance for household expenses  12 n
Acting Medical Superintendent during illness of Supt.... 05 days
Assistant n      4 months
Steward .     8
do           3
Clerk  12
Attendant  12
ii 21 d
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
12
12
8
12
12
12
12
1
9 d.
fc2< is. 33
30
10
100
80
80
85
60
55
55
50
50
50
50
50
50
Carried forward.
1,440 00
360 00
600 00
40 00
2,440 00
212 81
98 38
240 00
38 SO
2 80
50 50
28 83
23 75
27 94
37 54
5 75
25 50
10 00
2 25
50
22 46
1 75
28 00
5 50
13 00
3 00
20 (C
10 00
28 75
24 25
61 (0
16 26
24 20
2 28
1 OC
1 4C
23 65
3 00
10 00
75 00
30 00
4 3C
25
75
6(
8C
75
1 0(
1 5C
8 25
2,500 00
360 00
650 00
400 00
640 00
296 73
1,020 CIO
720 00
660 00
660 00
414 51
600 00
600 00
600 00
600 00
50 CO
10,771
38,599 98
3,667 53
42,267 51 68 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.                  57
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
§   cts.
$  cts.
10,771 29
135 48
393 77
505 16
540 00
540 00
540 00
510 00
510 00
510 00
160 00
480 00
480 00
160 00
452 90
445 16
412 90
340 65
243 50
300 00
200 OH
11 60
177 15
125 16
80 00
SO 00
91 71
357 50
37 50
360 00
360 00
30 00
6C0 CO
480 00
6110 00
360 00
573 33
510 Oil
13 33
120 00
47 00
32 CO
100 00
126 66
23,903 75
5,590 60
292 41
5,560 63
2,951 38
93 60
1,413 80
662 05
348 20
SO 40
23 20
8 00
4,980 07
902 90
791 55
1,250 00
822 25
607 64
159 50
42,267 51
■V.-PUBLIC  INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).-Continued.
Vote No. 55. - Hospital for the Insane.—Continued.
(Staff.)—Concluded.
Do     	
do     8           ,,    9d.   47.50
do         11           ,,   7d.   45
J F Strang	
J R Duncan	
0 Wilkie	
do            12           „             45
do           12           i,             45
do           12            i,             45
do           12           ,i             42.50
do           12           „             42.50
do           12           ,,             42.50
J E Firth	
J P Smith	
A 0 Lohman	
J Pumphery	
W H Goldsack	
do   12           „             40
do           12           i,             40
do             4           ,i             40
do                   11           ,i 10 d.   40
do         11           ,i   4d.   40
ABettles	
do           10           „ 10 d.   40
do             8           ,, 16 d.   40
do               5            ,, 16 d.   40
C E Shawl	
H Russell	
J McN Wright	
do                                          7            ,, 15 d.   40
do      5           i,             40
E Leather	
do                                   9 d.   40
do                                                          4            ii 12 d.   40
E Deville	
do                                                                          2           i,             40
C Oddy 	
do             2           ,,             40
do                                              2           ,,    9 d.   40
Ethel S Cunningham	
Henrietta S T Jones	
Mary Dihb	
Fanny M Hewett	
Maria Fillmore	
do                   12           „             30
do                     12           ,,             30
do                      1           ii             30
Matron  12           ,,            50
Assistant matron       ...12           n             40
Night nurse .    12           ,,            30
Cook     11           ,, 14 d.   60
do                                                           10 d.   40
G Mathevvson	
Chief fireman                     16 d.   60
do                                                                                             2           ,i             50
W F Johnston     	
Total salaries of Staff
(Maintenance.)
Provisions.
G Adams	
do       	
A L Lavery	
S Swain    	
J McCulloch	
Milk	
F Boutellie&Co	
West'n Fish's &Tradg Co
0 J J Wilkie	
do   .                                       	
do                                                                                                      	
J W Crei<>-hton	
Fuel and Light.
New. Westmin'r. Gas Co.
Do.             City ...
Superintending working- of temporary hoiler and heating- apparatus, 6£ mos. @ $200
Water.
N W Corporation	
D S Curtis & Co   	
McDowell-Atkins Co	
Medicines, Etc.
do       	
50,241 93
42,267 51 58
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th Junk, 1899.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$ cts.
Nelson Drug Co	
J AMuir& Co	
Hudson Bay Co	
N Nelson	
J Phillips	
N Wood	
Lyman, Sons & Co	
J Stevens & Son Co, Ltd
G P Bodington, MD	
Nelson Drug Store	
J E Phillips     .  .
J Boggs   	
WMcRae	
W S Collister
B B Draper & Co
Wallace & Miller
C D Jarvis	
R Darling	
W Thurston &Sons....
D M MoQuarrie	
W Sinclair & Co	
W Johnston	
M J Newton	
Payton & Payton	
Wintemute Bros	
J E Phillips	
R F Anderson & Co. ...
WE Fales	
T J Trapp & Co	
HT Kirk	
Shelton & Co	
G H Grant & Co   	
W S Collister & Co	
C Wilson &Son	
T AMuir&Co....	
D Lvall & Co	
J Reid	
BC Mills & Trading Co.
Albion Iron Works..   ..
J Phillips	
G Adams	
B B Draper	
JThurlton	
S J Davison   	
D S Curtis & Co	
H Morey	
Hudson Bav Co	
T Gifford..'....	
T Ovens	
Galbreath & Sons	
Cunningham H'dware Co
Singer Manufacturing Co
D Evans	
J R Duncan	
A Mackenzie Bros ...
E O Callaghan	
H H Lennie & Co ....
W Currie	
H Williams	
J H Todd	
E W Brooks	
Brought forward	
V—PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).-CW^Me<?.
Vote No. 55.—Hospital for the Insane.—Continued.
(Maintenance). —Concluded.
Medicines, Etc, —Con el uded.
Medicines -	
do       	
Stimulants	
do 	
Surgical instruments	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Paid for instruments and medical works .
Sponges, etc	
Clothing.
ilothing, etc	
do making
Serge, etc 	
Gingham, etc	
Hose, etc  	
Underwear	
Shoes	
Livery buttons	
Shoemaker's Eittings.
Leather, etc.	
Lasts, knives, etc
Men's slippers
Rubber boots	
Leather 	
Furniture, Hedding, Etc.
51 Iron bedsteads, including freight, duty and fitting up .
Hair mattresses, lounges, etc       	
Sheeting, towelling, etc	
Hardware, crockery, etc	
Carpets, etc	
Wheelbarrows, etc	
Heaters, etc	
Carpets, etc .	
Crockery 	
Table linen, curtains, etc    	
Scales	
Sheeting, etc	
Books, etc	
Repairs to waggon, etc	
Framing pictures    	
Repairs to kitchen range, etc	
Books, etc.  	
Dinner set	
Table linen, etc	
Repairing sewing machine   	
Saddlery    	
Bed-pans 	
Music books, etc	
Rubber cloth	
Clock and repairs	
Making range anchors and plates	
Repairs to billiard table	
Teapot 	
Repairs to sewing machine   	
Music	
do
Crockery 	
Tuning piano....
Croquet set	
Fire set	
Express charges	
Parts of sewing machine
Repairs to n
Brought for ward      55,994 50    42,267
50,241 93
82 44
42 00
184 56
10 00
82 78
7 00
1 05
3 70
92 61
53 26
1,148 02
232 50
330 75
35 95
15 32
5 20
1 50
82
280 09
40 83
12 75
5 50
75
709 30
664 46
453 80
322 34
275 66
76 18
76 00
66 71
58 50
48 87
40 00
37 60
35 65
35 00
28 35
24 SO
11 64
14 30
10 25
10 15
9 25
8 75
8 70
8 20
7 50
6 50
6 00
6 00
5 05
4 25
3 60
2 80
2 25
2 00
1 00
75
55
50
55,994 50 63 Vict.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.
59
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
C PR Co	
L G Burns	
C PN Co	
S Redgrave	
ESNSCo	
H SRose	
BC Electric R'y Co..
W H Goldsack	
E B Stinchcoinbe
F Maves	
E Suddaby 	
J Phillips	
W K Humphrey	
A Forrester	
B C Express Co	
J McKen	
W Brown	
J E Griffith	
FS Hussey	
J W Hutcheson	
City of Vancouver...
G C Tunstall	
C D Jarvis	
City of Nelson	
J J McKenna	
G Lawrence   	
R C Ward	
W Hamilton	
T C Hooper	
Sundry persons	
Do 	
Do 	
F J Ewing- 	
Gladys Hall    	
S Wilson	
F Curran	
R Shaw	
J F Reilly	
W Ahern	
E Craig-ie	
H Keast	
J Cameron	
G Mitchell	
1) H Miller	
.1 A Campbell	
Hiland & Devoy	
J Williams 	
Thomson & Scoville. .
C Aston   	
F Janacks	
A P Morris	
Indian Jimmy	
Indian Tommy	
F Turner & Co 	
The Clayoquot Store.
G H Duncan, MD...
M S Wade, MD	
G E Drew, MD	
G WBogg, MD .....
C J Fasran, MD	
J W Bailey, MD ..  .
J W Jeffs, MD 	
J Mallock, MD	
Hall & Hawkey, MD.
E C Arthur, MD ..
A P Proctor, MD ...
W B McKechnie, MD
J N Taylor, MD ....
Do
J E Schon, MD	
B F Boyce, MD	
Brought forward	
V.-PUBLIC  INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).-ComM»*«e<J.
Vote No. 55.—Hospital for the Insane.—Continued.
Transport of Lunatics and Keepers.
Fares and meals, lunatics and keepers, en route to Hospital for Insane,
do ii
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Meals and beds for Constable Thomson with lunatic .
do Mrs. Henry n
do Constable Cox n
Professional services at Brooklyn	
Attending lunatic at Lake Bennett	
do n 	
do Cumberland	
one-half of expenses
do
Nelson	
Clayoquot .
do
do
Hack hire ...
do       	
do       	
do       	
do       	
do       	
do       	
do       	
do	
Guarding lunatic at night	
do i, 	
do „ 	
Assisting- Constable Mitchell in capturing- escaped lunatic .
do ii ii ii
Supplies for lunatics	
do 	
M iscellaneous.
Examining- 1 person as to sanity.
do
4  i
do
4   i
do
3   ,
do
1   ,
do
1   i
do
1   i
do
1   ,
do
1   i
do
3   ,
do
3   i
do
1   ■
do
2
do
1   ,
do
1   i
do
2   i
®5; expenses, $>20.
Carried^ forward..
126 45
72 35
34 5C
86 3C
18 65
97 70
3 05
2 70
2 05
75
2 0C
23 35
2 20
6 3C
106 25
62 65
10 00
74 60
3 90
39 90
5 25
2 75
114 10
45 58
270 35
IS 00
6 60
4 00
1 60
9 00
24 00
8 50
5 00
155 00
10 00
2 60
2 60
6 00
4 00
1 60
6 00
1 00
1 50
1 00
1 00
1 50
1 00
1 00
12 00
2 50
47 85
3 00
3 50
4 25
4 00
5 00
20 00
20 00
15 00
5 00
4 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
15 00
15 00
5 00
10 00
26 00
5 00
10 00
42,267 51
67,721 28 42,267 51 60
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
ES H Maclean, MD	
GHall, MD	
J M Maclean, MD	
P WRolston, MD	
C A Elliot, MD   	
A Poole, MD	
E Crompton, MD	
S .1 Tunstall, MD	
O Morris, MD	
RE Walker, MD	
G Sanson, MD	
W A DeWolf Smith, MD
J CFatish, MD	
,1 W Cross, MD	
H P Millard, MD	
F S Haines, MD    	
W G Mitchell, MD	
R E Walker, MD	
C Eagles	
Rock w'd Asyl'm for Ins'ne
Holmes & Hacking- ....
Brackman & Ker	
D S Curtis	
Texas Lake Ice Co	
Cleeve Cann'g & C S Co
D Murchie  	
R F Anderson & Co....
J Ovens	
D Lvalfe Co	
Post Office	
R H Johnston	
H Morey	
Henry & Lazenby	
C Nelson '	
Godfrey Hardware Co..
J Phillips	
J G Gamon	
E B Stinchcombe	
G F Boding-ton	
Cunningham H'dware Co
D Miller 	
J W Bland	
D H Anderson    .
J King	
W G Armstrong	
Bolyea & Co	
J La Due	
A MeNeely	
Watson & Campbell..
J Ratohford ....
AE Ratchford,.
CT Godfrey....
G Smith	
F Matthews ....
R S Cunninghan
E Hyde	
Do     	
Do     	
E Furrer, MD.,
MS Wade, MD..
Hopkins & McLean	
Woodside & Marshall
Brought forward	
V.-PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).-ComHmMed.
Vote No. 55.—Hospital for the Insane.—Continued.
Miscellaneous.—Concluded.
Examining- 1 person as to sanity
do
3
do
3
do
1
do
1
do
2
do
1
do
1
do
1
do
5
do
1
do
1
do
1
do
1
do
1
H     $5; expenses, $20	
m       4 n 2.40	
Professional services, in case of a lunatic .	
do n 	
do ii 	
Services as barber, 12 months     	
Maintenance of J. L. Barry, a convict from B. C, 12 months.
Services as dentists     	
Chop feed, straw, etc    	
Toilet paper, etc	
Ice	
do	
Funeral expenses of 15 patients	
Sundry hardware	
Shoeing horse, bar steel, etc	
Stationery, magazines, etc	
Rent of box   ...
Garden seeds	
Stationery	
Fruit trees	
Hyacinth and tulip bulbs   	
Alabastine	
Freight charges, etc	
Tobacco pipes	
Fares, etc., after fire	
Freight charges, magazines, etc	
Paints, oil, etc	
Buggy hire at funerals	
Veterinary Services	
Meals to Chinaman supposed to be insane, at Quesnelle.
Garden seeds	
Seed potatoes	
Manure	
do       	
do       	
Magazines	
$   cts.
Vote No. 56.—Provincial Home, Kamloops.
(Staff.)
Superintendent 12 months (a) $65
Matron     12 ,,     "    30
Nurse and attendant  12 n 40
Cook         9 ,, 40
do        8 M 40
Fireman        9 n 30
do              2 M 30
Assistant fireman    ...    Q ,, 20
Attendant  10 days 40
Medical officer              3 months        20.83
do 2A- mos. @ $20.83-^52.07 ; visits and attendance, (i mos., $196 ..
Total salaries of Staff
(Maintenance..)
Provisions*
Groceries          ....
do       	
Carried forward	
57,721 28
6 00
15 00
15 00
5 00
5 00
10 00
5 01
6 00
5 00
25 00
6 00
5 00
5 00
25 00
6 40
35 00
15 00
25 00
240 25
168 CO
18 00
368 50
142 00
14 85
39 70
225 00
235 39
60 19
162 80
6 00
17 76
3 40
16 6U
3 00
31 70
2 95
3 60
8 26
17 37
80 10
7 60
3 76
2 25
1 25
11 50
2 50
1 50
8 00
13 90
780 00
260 00
480 00
360 00
120 00
270 00
60 00
120 00
13 50
62 50
248 07
2,874 07
2,102 92
45 95
5,022 94
S   cts.
42,267 51 63 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June3 1899.
61
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$  cts.
Hudson Bay Co 	
J N Moore	
P Botta	
J F Barber	
W Hunt 	
W Fortune	
JRHullfc Co	
Shuswap Milling Co...
City of Kamloops	
City of Kamloops	
G T Mallery	
Kamloops Drug Co	
Clarke & Co	
Hudson Bay Co 	
Hudson Bay Co 	
E L Quinn	
ET Baynes	
N Parkes	
J Beaton	
J J Guest & Co	
S A Rogers	
M P Gordon	
T Matthews	
Harmon Bros	
E G Prior & Co	
Shotton & McClughan.
Hudson Bay Co 	
J Vair	
C PR Co	
W J Devitt	
F S Hussey......'.....
W R Henderson   	
B C Express Co	
S L Smith	
J G Bain	
L Norris  	
W Parker    	
Alexander Mackenzie.
Indian Chief Jimmy ..
W Welsh	
J H Brown	
Worden Bros	
J Birney	
P Mooney	
W Stege'.	
Cosmopolitan Hotel...
W G Manson  	
M R Eagleson   	
L Marboeuf	
W Lyne	
RS Hall	
R H Parkinson   ,
TCosrley	
W Stephenson	
Cameron & Milton	
Brought forward	
V-PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MATNTENANCE).-C0w*i«.we<?.
Vote No. 56.—Provincial Home, Kamloops.— Continued.
(Maintenance).—Continued.
Provisions.—Concluded.
Groceries..   .
Meat and fish.
Milk and eggs
Bread	
do    	
Potatoes 	
2 hogs	
Fuel and Light.
Wood and coal
Electric light..
Water.
Water supply
Medicines.
Medicine ...
do
do
Stimulants
Clothing.
Clothing	
Repairs to shoes, etc.
do
Boots	
Clothing	
do       	
do       	
Furniture, Bedding, Etc.
Bedsteads and mattresse
do M
Repairs to cart	
Spray pump, rakes, etc..
Crockery	
do       etc.	
Hardware	
etc .
Transport.
Fares etc., of old men en route to Kamloops .
do H |,
do ii M
do ii ,i
do
do ,| i,
do i, ,,
do r, n
do i, ,,
Assistant to J. C. Bain	
Attendant, Lillooet to Ashcroft	
Meals  	
do    	
Hack hire to Slocan City	
do       Jubilee Hospital to wharf	
Meals at New Denver	
do n 	
Kamloops	
Pavilion   	
Hat Creek	
Kamloops	
Ashcroft	
Penticton	
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Team hire....
do       150-Mile House.,
do       Station to Home
Carried forward.
36 93
1,377 17
528 64
411 87
190 37
9 00
9 00
956 77
226 00
180 00
648 35
79 72
75
3 00
605 73
27 40
2 0C
4 0C
4 25
5 6C
17 00
71 00
70 60
30 0C
14 58
12 4C
8 67
22 20
114 65
20 2C
39 0C
26 6C
98 70
11 30
153 50
7 85
54 00
40 00
30 00
1 60
1 50
2 00
1 50
1 00
50
1 50
2 00
1 00
4 00
50
3 00
3 00
7 00
11 00
4 35
102,106 74
11,216 79  102,106 74 62 Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.
TO WHOM PAID.:
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$   cts.
11,216 79
102,106 74
V-PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE) .-Concluded.
Vote No. 56.—Provincial Home, Kamloops.—Concluded.
(Maintenance).—Concluded.
M isc ellaneotts.
M P Gordon	
260 40
71 50
MS Wade, MD	
E G Prior & Co	
20 48
16 50
10 25
28 15
2 59
2 75
5 00
12 00
5 25
5 00
2 50
J Vair	
W B Bimbury	
T Hornby	
11,665 16
113,771 90
VI. -HOSPITALS AND CHAUTTIES.
Vote No. 57.—Provincial Itoyal tlubilee Hospital, Victoria.
10,000 00
Vote No. 58.—Hospital, New Westminster.
W H Keary, secretary ..
4, COO 00
Vote No. 89.—Hospital, Cariboo.
Vote No. 60.—Hospital, Nanaimo.
4,500 00
Vote No. 61.—Hospital, Kamloops.
3,000 00
Vote No. 62.—Hospital, Vancouver.
Corporat'n of Vancouver
5,000 00
Vote No. 63.—Hospital, East Kootenay, Golden.
Golden Hospitah.Society.
2,000 00
Vote No. 64.—Hospital, Nelson.
3,000 00
 Vote No. 65.—Hospital, Union, Comox.
J R Bennet, secretary;..
1,000 00
                         -
35,500 00 63 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.
63
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
%  cts.
%  cts.
35,500 00
VI-HOSPITALS AND CHARITIES-CVmHmfetf.
j
Vote No. 66.—Hospital, Fort Simpson.
500 00
Vote No. 67.—Hospital, Vernon.
Vernon Jubilee Hospital
1,000 CO
Vote No, 67a—Hospital, Fairview.
Fairview Hospital	
500 00
Vote No. 67aa.—Hospital, Fort Steele.
Fort Steele Hospital ..
Vote No. 67b.—Hospital, Mossland.
Mater Misericordiae Hptl
3,000 00
Vote No. 68.—Mefuge Home, Victoria.
Vote No. 69.—In aid of Mesident Physician, Clinton.
1,000 00
Vote No. 70.—In aid of Mesident Physician, Ashcroft.
J R Williams, M D	
Vote No.  71.—In aid of Mesident Physician, Nicola.
A M Sutton, MD...
Vote No. 72.—In aid of Mesident Physician, Spallumcheen.
E J Offerhaus, M D ...
Vote No. 73.—In aid of Mesident Physician, lower part of
Cariboo Histrict.
MCallanan, MD	
650 00
Vote No. 74.—In aid of Mesident Physician, 150-Mile House.
RT W Herald, MD	
Vote No. 75,—In aid of Mesident Physician, Okanagan Mission.
BFBoyce, MD	
150 00
44,675 00 64
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOB WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
E W Jakes, M D .
Vote No. 70.—In aid of Resident Physician, Greenwood.
Grant as above, 6 months	
P. B White, M D .
Vote No. 77.—In aid of Resident PJtnsieiurt, Fairvieic.
Grant as above, 3 months	
G R Baker, MR CS.
P W Rolston, M D .
Cal. Inst for Deaf & Dumb
E&NRCo   	
R P Rithet & Co 	
Man. Deaf & Dumb Inst..
Brantford Inst for Blind.
Brought forward 	
VI--HOSPITALS AND CBARlTmS.-Continued.
Vote No.  78.—In aid of Resident Physician, Salt Spring Island.
Grant in aid, 12 months	
Vote No. 80.—In aid of Resident Physician, West Coast.
Grant as above, 11J months       	
Vote No. 82.—In aid of Educating the Deaf and Dumb.
For maintenance and tuition, J. S. Knaston's two children, 12 months	
Fares n Nanaimo to Victoria..
do ii Victoria to San Francisco.
Maintenance and tuition, Annie Ward, K. Hillier and W. S. Hehner 12 mos (oi §320 ea
do D. Little, Wellington, 12 months    .
Friendly Help Associat'n
Munn, Holland & Co .
Mr Hooper	
CERenouf	
Friendly Help Associat'n
D W Higgins	
Martha Bond	
E M Brayshaw	
Kate Macdonald	
R Robson	
W Parsonage	
J Dun	
S Clapham	
G Dixon	
Catherine Campbell	
L Samson	
Annie St Arnaud 	
C N Underhill	
F A Ship	
G Williams	
L Leon	
A Wilson	
Women's Hospital, N W
B C Protest'nt Orph Home
Blair & Co	
CPRCo	
CPNCo	
H Brown	
Oriental Hotel	
North Bend Hotel	
Colonial Hotel	
A Clemes..  	
22-Mile House	
T B Carrington	
A R Carrington	
J Clapperton	
G B Armstrong	
W Clarke	
W E Woodward	
Royal Columb'n Hospital
A W Smith	
P Santine	
Old Women's Home	
Vote No. 83.—In aid of Destitute Poor and. Sick.
Grant in aid of W. Jecks     12 monthe @  §15
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
rent.
A. Jones 	
S. Clapham	
Mrs. Cridge	
W. Ferguson	
Mrs. Whitson	
Mrs. Beveridge and Mrs. Ground .
A. St. Arnaud	
(to assist in liquidating- liabilities)	
of 4 McKittrick children, 11 months @ §10 each .
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Goods supplied
Fares
do   and meals
Hack hire
Meals,
do
do
do
do   and fares,
do
Supplies,
Expenses incurred re visit,
Supplies,
Fare,
Board, etc.,
Care and attendance on patients at Westminster, 12 months .
Maintenance, B. H. Tesch	
do n 	
do Mary Troy at Victoria .
Victoria  	
North Bend	
New Westminster.
Spence's Bridge...
Nicola Lake ,
Kamloops .
Lower Nicola.
Carried forward.
600 00
3 30
15 00
960 00
300 00
180 00
18 00
4 00
40 00
25 00
40 00
48 15
25 00
120 00
15 00
20 00
5 00
5 00
2 6:
50 00
10 00
36 00
20 00
30 00
10 00
10 00
20 00
750 00
440 00
25 00
34 90
12 50
4 00
2 00
3 CO
75
8 25
3 50
17 50
25 00
10 80
20 00
4 00
78 75
1,075 00
30 00
50 00
60 00
3,388 75
150 00
471 77
47,450 07 63 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.
65
Women's Hospital, N W.
St Mary's Hospital	
Abrahamson Bros	
W G Paxton	
E Brekley	
G Shakes	
Indian Shakes   	
Indian Saun	
Slocan Hospital	
McMaster & Bever	
J Hodson	
Pacific Contract Co 	
E Morris    	
H W Barnes	
D A Fleming	
M Blaney	
A E Alton	
C P RCo	
Nelson .fc Ft Sheppcrd Rv
H L A Keller, MD	
F J Ewing, MD	
McKechnie & Jeffs, Ml).
G HH Symonds, MD....
BFBoyoe, MD	
F M Boyle, MD	
Fagan & Walker, MD ...
E J Rothwell, MD	
Hall& Hart, MD	
GM Foster, MD	
S E Mostyn Hoops, MD .
C L Layton, MD	
D R McLennan, MD    ..
R B White, MD	
E H S McLean, MD	
AS Munro, MD	
M D Hall, MD	
D B Holden, MD	
D Cow, MD	
WFTeetzelfe Co	
Fortin & LeCappallani..
W R Dockerill & Co	
L Watson	
K McLean 	
Bella Smith	
J T Byrne	
J Crawford	
H B Crokett	
J H Robinson	
S Gintzburger	
GKastler	
Hudson Bay Co	
C Fladear 	
J C Hooker	
D J Darraugh	
J S Larsen	
J J McKenna	
J Kearns 	
H L Walker	
P A Bainhart	
E W Devoc  	
J Cornell	
W ASpratt	
H L Walters	
EL Booth	
R Barton   	
Turner & Co	
Cook & Co 	
Erskine, Wall & Co ....
C B Hume & Co	
J Richards 	
Fell & Co	
Hain & Co	
A Kelly	
L Dickenson:	
S A Rogers   	
D H Ross & Co	
R Hyland	
Brought forward	
VI- HOSPITALS AND CKAMimS.-Continued.
Vote No. 83.—In aid of Destitute Poor and Sick.— Continued.
Maintenance, Mr. Burns   	
do and medicine P. Gorman	
do ii 	
Paid for meals, 11	
Fare, II. O'Connor        	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Care and attendance, P. A. McDougall    	
do J. G. Sanchez	
do Mrs. Jeffers' child	
do J. Rausch	
do J. Hamilton	
do abandoned child at Cranbrook  	
Allowance for injuries received whilst at work at Nanaimo River Bridge.
Hospital treatment, J. Paterson	
Labour on temporary hospital at Glenora	
Sundry fares, etc., for destitute persons 	
do
Professional services,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
, etc.,
Medicine
do
do
Nursing
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Meals, beds, etc.,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Provisions,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do etc
do
do
do
at Brooklyn .
at Lake Bennett .
at Cascade City ...   	
at temporary hospital, Glenora .
at hospital, Atlin
at Lake Bennett .
at temporary hospital, Glenora .
at Atlin .
at temporary hospital, Glenora .
at temporary hospital, Glenora .
at temporary hospital, Glenora .
Carried forward..
3,388 76
8 50
102 00
23 25
2 00
10 00
10 00
25 00
10 00
18 00
85 CO
20 00
97 50
86 00
7 00
90 00
114 00
2 50
55 70
2 30
3 00
296 00
114 00
15 00
64 50
193 00
26 00
28 00
15 00
120 00
10 00
570 00
5 00
60 00
6 00
968 00
5 00
17 50
255 00
13 25
14 25
7 50
227 60
40 00
60 00
38 00
158 00
60 00
12 00
113 25
30 00
2 60
14 00
30 10
75
17 35
63 00
20 00
30 00
4 00
362 35
6 30
20 00
30 00
278 00
43 50
43 00
10 00
17 45
8 01
39 17
9 80
75 16
16 10
20 00
32 05
15 00
48 60
8,936 43
47,450 07 m
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.
Wright & Callbreath ..
Oallbreath, Cook & Co ..
A S Cross & Co	
Parsons Produce Co	
Jacobsen & Fraser	
W & J Wilson	
W G Cameron	
Olive & Holt	
J Parker	
J Cealy	
Cootes & Tideman	
D La Bau	
J A Turner	
M M Pettipiece	
Victoria Transfer Co	
Callbreath, Cook & Co ..
G Geary	
Shirley & Rooney	
J Clarke 	
J Williams	
A J Grimmett	
J Ranger   	
M A Beale	
G Green 	
D Robson	
J Wilson	
V de Vort	
McCue's Alaska Express.
Leighton & Kent	
Atlin Cartage Co	
Str "Casca"	
M Eagleson	
Hutchison & Moore	
LGuil	
R Mcintosh   	
McLennan & McFeely...
II W Windle	
J Turner   .
Pay lists	
J E McMillan	
J D Hall	
T J Armstrong	
S Drake	
A G Pemberton.   .
Do
S P Tuck	
Do
TShotbolt	
N Shakespeare	
E Pearson	
W Dalby	
R A Anderson	
C G Johnson	
W J Armstrong	
G Pittendrigh	
J B Kennedy	
WH Keary	
J Pawson	
M Bate    .
J Hilbert	
Sundry persons	
Do
Do
B C Electric R'y Co
GS Russell	
H Siddal	
AChurton.  	
Brought forward...	
VI-HOSPITALS AND CHAUnmS.-Concluded.
at temporary hospital, Glenora .
Vote No, 83.—In aid of Destitute Poor and Sick.—Concluded.
Provisions, etc.,        for destitute persons at Teslin Lake.
do „ 	
do ,, 	
do i, 	
do ti 	
Clothing, ti 	
do „
do ,,
Wood, etc., ii
do
do m
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do n
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do ii
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do m
do ii
do „
do ti
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Keep of G. Williams, 12 months ..
Attendance and burying E. Perry
Washing
conveying sick persons, Teslin to Selkirk
Milk and vegetables	
Hardware, for temporary hospital, Lake Bennett.
Rent of temporary hospital, Atlin	
do it Glenora	
VII—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
Vote No. 84.—Summoning and paying tfurors and Witnesses.
Petit jurors, all Assizes   	
Sheriff's fees of Court and attending Assizes, Victoria	
do 11 Vancouver	
do ti New Westminster	
do ti Nanaimo	
do it Vernon 	
do ii Kamloops	
do 11 Rossland   ..  	
do H Nelson	
Selector of jurors, Victoria  1 day @ §5
do it       1       ,,       5
do ii       2       ,,       5
do n       8       t.       5
do Vancouver ...     2       n       5
do ii  10       ii       5
do New Westminster  2       n       5
do ti 1       ,,       5
do ii   4       i,       5
do n  1       „       5
do Nanaimo    1       M       5
do n  2       ,,       5
do ..    :-}       „       5
Witness fees and expanses, Reg. v. Adams, Victoria ..
Meals, etc., jurymen, sheriffs and officers, n n
Hack hire, n ,, n      ...
Special car for jurymen to and from Jubilee Hospital, ti n     ...
Shaving n ti it      ...
Messenger for n n n      . •
Express charges to gaol. n n
Carried forward	
5,037 15
199 00
71 00
132 00
40 00
142 50
128 75
110 00
127 00
5 00
5 00
10 00
40 00
10 00
50 00
10 00
5 0C
20 00
5 00
5 00
10 00
15 00
1,921 50
183 85
40 5C
22 5C
5 0C
6 05
50
8,357 30
47,450 07
204 85
23 87
9 70
5 00
5 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
13 50
30 00
7 60
46 45
9 50
5 00
1 50
43 50
4 00
40 00
30 00
15 00
2 50
20 00
1 00
20 00
60 00
5 00
125 00
12 50
24 00
3 50
25 00
195 00
36 00
23 65
2 25
12 30
40 00
36 00
10,103 20
57,553 27 63 Vict.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.
67
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Sundrv persons
do
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Brought forward .
VII.
-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARLES).-
Continued.
Vote No. S4.
-Summoning and paying Jurors and   Witnesses.-
Continued.
i fees, expenses, etc.,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
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lie-
Victoria.
Vancouver
New Westminster.
v. Gordon,
Moore,
Gui Sing,
Ransome,
Koshonicham,
Knowles,
Raynes,
Sonyer,
Robertson et al.,
Owen,
E. Tetu,
Nunn,
Aitken,
Pennock,
Winter-bottom,
Young,
Nicholl,
Weathall,
Craigie,
Wood,
Muskett,
Burns,
Vanalstine,
Baliner et al.,
Coulter,
Purcell et al.,
Thompson et al.,
Michell,
Williams,
Jins,
Hart,
Sin,
Lee on Guen,
Gew Gar Geek,
Shrubsoul,
Wilson,
Perrier, n
Gregson, i,
Benedict, n
Cheeney, n
Billy,
K. Imai, ii
Matthevvson, n
Conlin, H
Williams, n
Cole et al., n
Bradshaw, ,,
Ah Fook, „
Cheer, u
McKinnon, „
Murphy, ir
Campbell, i -
Union Colliery. Co., Nanaimo.
Miura, M
Davis, ,,
Wright, „
Murphy, , r
Hall,
P. Sam, ,,
Jensen, „
Qun Duck, u
Gustaveson, t,
Willis,
Ah Sing,
Miller,
Benson,
Scales,
Cassimar,
Pete,
Smith,
Harding et al.,
Hooper et al.,
Lehman,
Leudry,
Thomas,
Carried forward.
Kamloops.
$  cts.
$  cts.
1,357 30
1,867 25
20 00
4 00
4 00
278 50
29 50
310 50
268 80
100 00
30 00
22 00
49 00
10 50
10 00
" 14 00
12 00
3 50
6 00
6 00
482 80
108 00
108 00
39 90
27 60
28 00
18 00
18 00
12 10
10 00
11 00
8 00
8 00
6 00
4 00
2 60
151 60
90 00
90 50
45 90
18 00
20 00
18 00
11 25
10 00
8 00
4 00
4 00
7 00
5 50
2 00
8 00
2 00
253 30
156 50
52 50
34 00
37 50
18 75
20 00
16 30
11 00
9 00
5 00
123 25
101 50
84 00
57 20
51 00
48 60
13 00
13 00
12 50
4 00
2 00
3 00
13,917 50 68
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.
Sundry persons	
do    	
do    	
do    	
do
do    	
do    	
do    	
do    ...
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Police Charlie	
J Grant	
J P Allen 	
Gladstone Hotel	
C Soo Fook	
C P Railway	
F Devlin 	
H M Yates	
R B Halhed	
R Bullick	
W P Robinson	
Hume Hotel Co	
Dupont & Corning ...
Victoria Transfer Co .
Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
Continued.
Vote No. 84.
-Summoning and paying duror.
Continued.
and   Witnesses.-
Witness fees, expenses, etc.
do
do
do
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do
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Serving summons	
Taking care of five witnesses' horses at Kuskanook
Horse hire, Special Constable H     " ' ~
Meal and horse feed, n
Expenses serving summonses on Chinese witnesses
Fare, meals, etc., Constable Cox, serving summons
Paid Indian for information	
Writing up grand and petit jurors' lists, Victoria..
Buggy hire, notifying witnesses not to attend ....
Paid witnesses, re contravention of " Liquor Act".
Meals, etc., jurymen and Sheriff, Nelson	
do ii u ii     	
do                  ii                  ii       Kamloops  .
Hack hire for Grand Jury	
v. Phillips,
Bruno,
Pasto,
Sinclair,
Smith,
Hennagar,
Bannet,
Ostby,
Quinlan,
Davis,
O'Neill,
Oleson,
Scott et al.,
Kane,
Fitzgerald,
Verazro,
Price,
McGinty,
Brewster,
Ross,
Lavigne,
Sullivan,
Powder Co.,
Page,
Sinclair,
Massico,
Torkington et al.
Smith et al.,
Duteau,
Tilton,
McMillan,
Bonter,
Hughes,
Mueller,
Wells,
Tommas,
Dove,
Downey,
Hart,
Marshall,
Anderson,
Deacon et al.,
Ling Ping,
Indian et al.,
Kirby,
Phillips,
Murdock,
Miller,
Hooper,
Harry,
Wills,
Daniel,
Hankins,
McLeod,
Englehart,
McDonald,
Leonard,
Cox,
Chinamen et al.,
Hadakimgiat,
Silverthorn,
Nelson
Revelstoke .
Trail
Fort Steele.
Midway
Grand Forks
Fairview
Golden      	
Illecillewaet	
Nicola       	
Camp McKinney.
Fernie       	
Salmon Arm	
Salmon River
Osoyoos     ..   .
Donald
Ashcroft
Lillooet     	
Quesnelle Forks .
Rivers Inlet	
Naas River	
Lytton  	
imfrey at Brooklyn, re Supreme Court business.
Carried forward.
494 60
411 00
606 90
265 65
207 00
159 95
151 00
76 50
68 60
67 90
66 50
57 25
12 00
34 00
37 20
46 05
13 60
31 40
23 30
41 20
43 90
9 30
6 00
4 00
12 00
10 50
22 00
174 00
17 75
14 00
30 40
44 00
50 65
22 00
5 50
9 00
24 00
23 00
2 60
15 00
75
6 45
10 80
2 50
6 00
33 50
3 00
1 00
6 70
4 25
15 30
9 00
128 9.5
8 90
6 70
2 00
1 00
65 00
182 Oil
1 50
6 40
6 00
11 00
5 00
1 00
3 50
10 35
1 00
52 50
2 50
7 70
30 00
38 00
6 50
9 50 63 Vict.      Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.
69
D H Miller ..
C S Campbell
TCostley....
A L Belyea	
Fell & Gregory	
F Higgins   	
G E Powell	
R Cassidy	
Langley & Martin..
N F Hagel	
J S Yates	
Wilson & Senkler ....
W White   	
A C B Jaek	
J H Senkler	
WM Gray	
E M N Woods	
H L Edmonds   	
H A Simpson	
G H Barnard	
GF Cane	
CH Barker	
F McB Young	
J Elliot	
Macdonald & Johnson
W A Galliher	
A HMacNeill	
J A Macdonaid	
A S Black   	
HSCayley	
J Murphy   	
J D Swanson	
Fulton & Ward	
White & Scott	
D Murphy 	
WM Gray	
R W Muzum	
Ah Wing	
C Struze	
H Ford	
H Saigo	
EW McLean	
M Tshuchiyar	
G Sauley Osterhout..
W A Oumyow	
C Lee Fook	
do 	
J Allard	
E Cumyow	
P Kamura	
A Lorcuzetto	
G Kamburaji	
A J Malacard	
Dang Ham	
MahTong	
J McLaughlin	
A Rizzuto	
G A Indolli	
G Romano	
A Kuffelo    .
F Fera	
D McLean	
Chong Lee	
L Fellardean	
G Lindley	
W M Lazet	
A J Hautier	
Indian Sam	
G Lindley	
J Michelle	
Brough t fo rward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
Continued.
Vote No. 84.—Summoning and paying durors and   Witnesses.-
Concluded.
Hack hire for jury, etc	
Transport of witnesses, Vancouver 	
Team hire, Grand Jury	
Vote No. 85.—Prosecution and Interpreters.
Crown Counsel, Speedy Trials and Assizes, Victoria
do ii it
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Vancouver	
ii       	
New Westminster
Nanaimo.
Nelson
Rossland	
Trail	
Greenwood...
Grand Forks .
Revelstoke...
Kamloops —
Services and disbursements re extradition of J
Interpreter, Victoria-
do
Donald	
Clinton     	
Chilliwhack	
H. Sinclair, Spokane, Washington.
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
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
Cranbrook ..
Grand Forks.
Kamloops .  .
Vernon    .
Spence's Bridge.
Enderby	
Nicola	
Carried forward.
18,017 95
36 00
6 00
3 00
815 00
721) 00
160 00
139 75
125 00
90 00
50 00
25 00
19 50
15 00
85 00
15 00
102 00
75 00
15 00
235 00
230 00
150 00
60 00
30 00
455 00
195 00
90 00
20 00
40 00
45 00
20 00
80 00
185 00
10 00
44 90
25 00
75 00
600 00
12 00
12 00
5 CO
6 50
5 00
4 00
16 00
12 00
3 00
15 00
13 00
3 00
3 00
2 00
24 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
39 00
33 00
8 00
3 00
6 00
5 00
9 60
9 00
7 50
1 00
2 50
4 00
1 00
2 00
4 00
18,061 95
5,323 15    18,061 95 70
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$  cts.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION  OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
Continued.
Lowe Chung	
V Johnson ...'.	
A J Hautier	
D J Sutherland	
Pay Lists	
H Kipp	
H Ross	
E Humphreys	
J S Miller	
E Gott    	
Wah Kee	
T Meldram -	
S Smith	
M Tait	
G Kilty	
A Argyle	
2 Indians and 1 Chinaman
M Tait	
Indian Joe	
L Gabourie	
W Dwyer	
F Devlin	
Str Alberta	
CP R	
A Clemes	
E Crompton, MD ...
E C Hart, MD	
W J McGuigan, MD.
J Pittendrigh	
IT Davies, MD ...
J Thompson	
A R Marshall	
J Abrams	
E C Arthur, MD	
J E Brouse, MD
H Watt, MD	
A W Bleasdell	
J Brodie, MD	
TW Jeffs, MD	
A Moffat	
R W Jakes, MD	
RB White, MD	
O Morris, MD	
E Mallandaine	
G R Manuel	
RB S Smith, MD...
J R Williams, MD . .
W Teague 	
G Sanson, MD	
S Clarke, MD	
W S Wade, MD	
A Barlow	
W Herald, MD	
J M L Alexander	
J FPhillip, MD	
AS Munro, MD	
D Holden, MD	
G Kirker, MD   	
W ,1 Senkler, MD ...
RE Walker, MD....
WF Drvsdale, MD..
LT Davies, MD	
C A Staples, MD ....
P W Rolston, MD..
Hall & Hawkey, MD'
T A Wilson, MD ....
A P Procter, MD ....
Iff Lambert, MD..
S Bonnett, MD	
J Brodie, MD	
G M Foster, MD ....
Brought forward.
Vote No. 85.—Prosecution and Interpreters.—Concluded.
Interpreter, Revelstoke   	
do Donald	
do Lytton	
do „       	
do Yale	
do Chilliwhack	
do Mission	
do Ashcroft	
do Lillooet	
do „	
do
do Soda Creek    	
do Port Simpson	
do „ 	
do ,, 	
do Port Essington	
do Rivers Inlet	
do Naas River	
do Duncans	
do ii 	
do „ 	
Paid interpreter     	
Fares and meals, interpreters, Rykert's to Nelson	
Fares, n Lytton to Spence's Bridge	
Bed and meals, u Spence's Bridge	
Vote No. 80.—Expenses of Inquests.
Holding
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
10 inquests @ §10,
Victoria District;
10
10, 2 inquiries @ 85, Vancouver    District
10, 4
10, 3
10,
10,
10,
10,
10,
10,
10.
expenses, $8.40
New Westmin'r
Nanaimo
Alberni
Comox
Union
Nelson
Slocan
Fort Steele
10,
10, i
10,
10,
10,
10,
10,
10,
10,
10,
10,
10,
10,
10,
10,
10,
10,
10,
1 inquiry, $5,
expenses, $111.40
13.60
60
8.40
20.20
110.80
3S
7.20
2.40
inquiries
1
6
9
5
2
4
12
9
2
3
1
3
2
3
1
4
1
2
2
2
1
2
11
1
3
1
2
1
2
post-mortem exams, and giving medical evidence, Victoria .
Esquimalt	
Vancouver 	
New Westminster.
Nanaimo	
Revelstoke
d $5, Cranbrook
Greenwood
Fairview
Coldstream
Ores ton
Golden
Cascade City
Ashcroft
Yale
Lillooet
Kamloops
Quesnelle
150-Mile House
Skeena River
Atlin
68. SO
4.80
20.75
36.40
43.60
32.20
161.20
3.20
22.50
Cumberland, exp. $4.40
Clayoquot	
Nelson	
Kamloops,  exp. $14.70
ii n       9.20
ii       6
Fernie, n     27.
Fort Steele,   „     21.
Greenwood,   (t      6
Carried forward.
6,323 15
2 60
1 00
2 00
2 00
3 00
2 50
2 50
2 50
2 00
2 00
1 00
11 50
4 00
2 00
1 00
2 00
29 00
4 00
2 00
1 00
1 00
3 00
4 50
2 20
2 00
108 40
10 00
70 00
221 40
78 60
80 00
48 40
140 20
200 80
58 00
37 20
12 40
5 00
34 00
35 0C
38 0C
10 00
108 80
14 80
40 75
56 40
63 60
10 00
52 2C
271 20
10 00
30 0C
13 2C
42 50
10 OC
23 0C
20 0C
15 00
10 oc
20 00
15 0C
10 oc
54 4C
10 OC
15 0C
34 7C
39 2C
26 00
42 2C
31 80
41 00
2,318 15 63 Vict        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.
71
F J Ewing, MD	
JH King, MD	
J R Williams, MD ..
G W Boggs, MD ....
M Callanan, MD ....
FBBovle, MD	
S EM Hoops, MD...
E Pohl, MD	
E C Hart, MD	
F W Hall, MD	
RSBO'Brien.MD..
H J Wasson, MD....
J W Bailev, MD ....
H P Millard, MD....
R Lawrence, MD....
A M Watson, MD ...
S M Birt, MD	
M S Wade, MD	
RB White, MD	
G Williams, MD ....
J E Schon, MD	
J Matlock, MD	
W B McKeehnie, MD
P H Power, MD	
II Wilson, MD	
A E Bolton, MD ....
Amanda Bedard ....
J A Ryan	
B Flaherty	
P Holahan	
J Hoover	
J Cheyne	
W Evans	
A B Ferguson	
P B Summons	
AH J Hartley	
M Devlin	
J Robertson   ..
J Haynes	
W Coogan 	
G Hayes	
J Desjardins 	
F Thornton	
P Mclntire	
WETruesdale	
Sundry persons	
D Hattie	
G D Beadnell	
Sundry persons  ....
do
do 	
do 	
do
do
do
do 	
J E Evans	
W A Skinner	
A M Bryan    ...
C Astor 	
W Robbins	
J Boucher..   	
EBDrummond.   ...
EBHillman	
T Bulger	
J Curran	
A P Morris	
Campbell & Clarke..
J MeTsaac	
Graham & Parry....
do
H O Wellhurn	
J F Armstrong	
do 	
G Howe	
Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION  OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).-
Continued.
Vote No. 86.—Expenses of Inquests.—Continued.
Holding post-mortem exams, and giving medical evidence, Brooklyn	
do ti it Cranbrook 	
do ii n Ashcroft,    exp. $30.80
do ,, ii Pitt Lake,      „     17.20
do 11 ii Quesnelle,      „       5
do H ii L'ke Bennett, ii     15
do ii ii Atlin, ,t     15
do n n ii     	
Giving medical evidence, Victoria   	
do ii        	
Nanaimo	
ii expenses, $1.20	
Cumberland,    ■■ 4.40	
„       „    6  	
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Alberni
Comox	
Kamloops..
ii c
Vernon,
Revelstoke.
$i     .
12.40.
2.40.
Sandon 	
Nelson, expenses, $24.
„ 16
Witness fee, inquest, Miller's Ranch, 2 days @ $2; expenses, $0.60.
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Kaslo,
Coldstream,
Kamloops,
ii
Lytton,
Notch Hill,
Fairview,
MeCuaig's Ranch,
Mosgroves's Ranch.
Expert witness, Trent R. Bridge accident, 6
do Cumberland, 1
Jurors, inquest, Lucy Barber and child;   fees, $24; expenses, $7,
3.30.
3.30.
3.30.
3.30.
1 .
1 .
2.50.
expenses, $2
,, 2.50.
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Special coi
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
L. Toomis,
Trent R. Bridge accident,
F. Pendleton,
J. Huntley,
D. McCuaig,
J. Mosgrove,
unknown body,
stable,
1 day @ $2.50.
3
12
10
12
12
12
15.
2.40.
13.20.
5.04.'
4 .
8.10.
3
3
2
2
2
2
4
4
3
2.50.
expenses, $4 .
Meals, beds and horse feed, Coroner and witnesses, re inquest on Pierre at Moyie.
do jurymen, re inquest on Chinese bodies, Cottonwood..
do
do
do
do
do
do
witnesses,
Coroner, jurymen, etc.,
as Government Agent,
horse feed,
Gov. Agt. Anderson,
Thomas, Greenwood .
unknown body, Nanaimo	
2 bodies, Bull Head	
Pierre, Fort Steele  	
Trent River Bridge accident.
Carried forward.
2,318 15
10 00
15 00
52 80
27 20
20 00
25 00
25 00
10 00
5 00
10 00
5 00
6 20
19 40
16 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
6 00
9 00
22 40
7 40
5 00
6 00
5 00
29 00
21 00
4 60
7 30
7 30
7 30
7 30
3 00
3 00
6 50
2 00
12 00
4 00
4 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
4 00
6 50
18 00
24 00
5 00
31 80
5 40
25 20
10 00
17 04
16 00
20 10
15 00
2 50
7 00
3 00
14 00
4 00
6 00
4 00
4 00
8 00
6 00
2 50
52 00
21 00
3 00
4 00
4 50
2 50
17 00
2 00
23,477 30
3,131 89 23,477 30 72
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
J Skogstrome	
M Beattie	
Kerry Canadian Mill'g Co
J Costley	
A Currie	
T Abriel	
A H Haddick	
TjHemmitt	
D Campbell	
BPCook	
D Kilkpatrick	
A W Robins & Co	
H 0 Wellburn	
S Clarke	
R H Lyons 	
G Murdock	
Wilson & Harshaw	
G Geary	
G C McKeen 	
II Burehell	
J Wellington	
Barker & Potts	
S Clarke	
TB Murphy	
Hemmitt & Nelson	
TM Gulley	
W Fleming	
Ah Sing	
U Organo 	
T Lindley	
W Pomeroy	
B C Rodd	
R Houson	
C Smith	
C P R'y	
E & N R'y	
Str Oriola	
F Jackson	
H A Brown	
C Hartzell	
J F Sayre 	
Campbell & Clark	
W M Phillip	
JS Kendall	
A H Pearcev & Co	
J R Radcliffe .  	
W E Fales	
T J Armstrong ....
T Hornby	
Vio Truck & Dray Co
Pay List	
W B Rogers .
Alex McLean
L Fallardean.
McMillan Bros .
Erskine & Wall .
McCandless Bros
J Parker	
R Porter & Sons
Kingham & Co..
Victoria Gas Co.
Brought forward.
YII.-ADMINISTRATION OF  JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).-
Continued.
Vote No. 86.—Expenses of Inquests.—Concluded.
Meals for Special Constable	
do do and towels used	
do and fares, W. J. Rant and Dr. Boyle, Lake Bennett    	
Hire of team, re inquest on Lucy Barber and child, Miller's Ranch	
do ii H. Thomas, Greenwood	
do , i Lottie Davies, Nakusp     	
do ii Kee, Ashcroft	
do Quesnelle	
do as constable 	
Buggy hire, Bull Head    	
do       re inquest, Walker et al., Cumberland	
do ii       McCormick, Greenwood	
do ii       J, Partridge, Shawnigan Lake	
do it       Lucy Barber and child, Miller's Ranch	
Hack hire, Kamloops 	
Horse hire, witness D. Hattie, Trent River Bridge accident	
Cartage of effects of S. Jeffrey ,	
Conveying body of W. Ellsworth, Kootenay River to Fort Steele	
Hire of steamboat for Coroner at Coquitlam	
do     naphtha launch, re inquest on Indian woman   	
do     boat and 3 Indians, bringing body of A. Spragge to Revelstoke	
Professional services as barristers at inquest re Trent River Bridge accident .
Exhuming body, Lucy Barber and child	
do G. Pierre    	
do Ah Quon ,	
do and re-interring body of II. Thomas .	
Moving body of T. Henderson	
Interpreter, 2 days @ $2.50	
do 1       i,       2         	
do 1       ,,       2     	
Making coffin, North Bend	
do Nakusp	
do and undertaker's charges    	
Assisting at burial, North Bend	
Sundry fares   	
do Coroner Wellburn	
Fares, Special Constable Humphrey and 2 witnesses	
Rent of hall, Clayoquot	
Hire of room, Revelstoke   	
Messenger, 10 days @ $2.50; expenses, $4	
Digging grave, etc., Lytton    	
Conveying message for Coroner, Moyie to Swansea	
Clerk at inquest, Atlin	
Photos for use at inquest, re A. Walker et. al	
Tartaric acid	
Vote No. 87.—Criminal Punishments.
Services as executioner, including expenses	
Erecting- and taking down scaffold, attend'g burial body, etc., re execution Pierriet
Superintending execution of Pierriet	
Freight charges on scaffold	
Hauling scaffold, gaol to steamer, Victoria	
Vote No. 88.—Rewards.
Rewards, re arrest of G. Leniga, Atlin	
do       for arrest of A. Littlejohn  	
do       for assisting to arrest the Indian Casimar, Kamloops
do ii ,i ,,
Vote No. 89.—~Keep of Prisoner
Victoria Gaol	
n 	
ii 	
ii 	
ii 	
Carried forward
Bread.
Groceries,
Clothing,
Meat,
do
Coal,
Gas, coke, etc.,
6 00
4 00
32 00
12 00
8 00
12 50
10 00
7 50
2 50
5 00
87 50
16 00
6 00
4 00
8 00
2 50
1 50
10 00
10 00
7 75
20 00
174 CO
2 00
5 00
5 00
7 00
10 00
5 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
4 00
12 20
2 00
6 55
3 00
1 50
4 00
5 00
29 00
8 00
7 50
5 00
2 00
50
116
50
55
50
25
00
9
36
3 00
200 00
25 00
50 00
50 00
23,477 30
3,658 !
209 36
680 81
449 57
424 50
396 46
87 75
247 50
349 15
2,635 74
27,670 55 63 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.
73
Victoria Water Works Co
Nicholles & Renouf .  ...
E G Prior & Co	
W Jackson & Co	
J Cochrane	
R Harris	
J SHelmcken, MD	
J A Sayward  	
Taylor Mill Co 	
Lemon, Gonnason & Co.
WH Price	
Angel Hotel	
P .Tamieson ,
W Neal	
E B Marvin & Co	
E F Geiger	
Braden Bros	
Gowdy	
J Piercy & Co	
Hibben&Co	
A & W Wilson	
R H Johnston	
T Bevan 	
Clark & Pearson	
S A Stoddart  	
E Lewis   	
J Wriglesworth	
J Bell	
J Sears	
G Powell & Co	
FS Hussey	
A L Curtis	
S Rowbottom	
Hemans & Walmsley	
J Hirst	
Taylor, Smith & Co	
Nanaimo Elec Light Co .
Nanaimo Water Works..
Thompson & Scoville —
Andrew & Donaldson ...
E Hughes	
J Whitfield	
E I'imbury & Co..   	
Hamilton Powder Co. .. .
A Haslam	
Randle Bros    .
LT Davies, MD	
J Hodgkinson	
JSStannard	
H J Rogers	
A Lavery	
Gilley & Rogers	
Reichenbach & Co	
T S Annandale  .
N Westminster Gas Co..
do Water Works
W H McLaughlin	
R F Anderson * Co .....
R E Walker, MD	
G E Drew, MD	
D S Curtis    	
Benson & Ayling	
J E Phillips	
City Market	
Brackman & Ker M'g Co
TR Pearson	
Gilley Bros	
W Johnson 	
J Fleger	
HT Kirk	
J Reid 	
G Cunningham	
Godfrey Hardware Co ..
B C Mills Tbr & Trdg Co
W E Vanstone	
Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).-
Continued.
Vote No. 89.—Keep of Prisoners.—Continued,
Victoria Gaol.
Water,
Hardware, powder, etc.,
do n 	
Medicines, it 	
do ii 	
Wood, ,, 	
Medical attendance, n 	
Sawdust, ii 	
do       and lumber, n 	
Lumber, u 	
Fire extinguishers, chemicals and soda.       n 	
Meals (lock-up), n 	
do ti 	
Cleaning chimneys, ti 	
Duck, coal tar, cement, etc., n 	
Plumber work, ti 	
do i. 	
Manure for grounds, n 	
Clothing, ti 	
School books (Juvenile Reformatory), ti 	
Copper boilers and repairs to water pipes,   n 	
Cabbage plants, seeds, etc., m 	
Electric fittings, it	
Kepairs to copper boilers, n 	
Incandescent mantles, n 	
do and mica chimneys,   n  ,
Lime, it 	
do ii 	
Glazing and red ochre, n 	
Cups, spoons, tins, etc., n 	
Supplies, etc., m 	
Express charge on fire extinguisher, n 	
Bread, Nanaimo Gaol	
Meat, ii 	
Groceries, clothing, etc., m 	
do ti 	
Electric light, u	
Water, n 	
Coal, etc., ti 	
Shoeing horses, sharpening tools, etc., Ti 	
Boots, ti 	
do ,i 	
Medicines, n	
Powder, etc., \\ 	
Lumber, w 	
Hardware, it 	
Medical attendance, n 	
Labour with team, n 	
Calico, ii 	
Medicine, it 	
Bread, New Westminster Gaol.
Coal, etc., n 	
Meat, ,. 	
Groceries, ete., n	
Gas, M	
Water, „ 	
Sharpening tools, n 	
Bain waggon and hardware, n 	
Medical attendance, n 	
do ,, 	
Medicines, n 	
Fish, ,i 	
Clothing, etc., n 	
Hay and oats, \\ 	
Oats, ii 	
Hay, it 	
Lime and repairs to sewer, n 	
Boots, etc., ti 	
Milk, ,, 	
Coffee-pots, dishes, pails, etc., n 	
Shoeing horses, u 	
do ii  	
Glass, putty, etc., M 	
do it 	
Garden hose and nozzle, n 	
Carried forward.
2,635 74
110 50
138 78
30 57
34 80
15 88
17 50
118 50
88 00
84 50
16 75
43 00
92 00
5 66
13 00
7 76
32 56
9 50
30 00
14 96
29 95
16 19
15 90
13 20
6 00
3 60
6 25
5 00
6 00
4 75
24 20
7 76
75
402 83
303 99
309 25
140 57
125 24
90 99
92 80
34 80
37 85
14 25
26 25
6 00
85 49
65 04
27 50
8 50
1 00
60
450 32
459 94
365 56
252 32
303 05
69 06
232 50
118 51
250 00
10 00
113 16
84 20
97 20
34 10
15 82
5 00
35 4C
32 50
19 13
21 Si
12 50
6 0C
6 7C
2 75
6 25
27,670 55
8,434 12    27,670 55 74
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
8  cts.
8 cts.
8,434 12
5 65
5 50
545 81
251 01
533 41
5 25
452 31
408 62
385 35
243 79
137 50
185 60
207 74
106 90
150 85
15 04
89 00
98 58
42 66
39 85
49 75
41 50
29 00
17 25
13 95
11 30
12 50
4 00
2 70
5 25
582 67
356 24
333 18
67 89
303 SO
94 95
136 87
164 05
120 00
12 50
108 00
95 60
22 60
44 95
1 76
25 70
64 75
71 65
37 60
14 00
10 37
47 10
1 25
1 50
2 85
4 55
5 25
1 00
4 20
i 00
2 50
4 00
75
25
5 50
15 25
25
1 65
6 26
1 60
25 00
2 50
20 15
15 05
6 00
27,670 55
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OP JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).-
Continued.
Vote No. 89.—Keep of Prisoners.—Continued.
J C McArthur	
do                                                              ii               	
do                                                                   ,,           	
Clothino-,                                                           ,,           	
J R Hull& Co	
Corporation of Kamloops
Coal,                                                                   ii           	
Shuswap Milling Co.....
do                                                                     n                 	
Wood,                                                                ii           	
Shotton & McClughan...
G T Mallery	
M S Wade, MI)	
do                                                               „           	
E G Prior & Co	
T Roadley .      ....
McArthur & Harper	
N Park	
do                                                            ii           	
A Noble	
R G Joy	
Gamble & O'Reilly	
Coal,                                                                  ii           	
do                                                                     ||           	
do                                                         n               ....
Turner, Beeton & Co... .
Clothing,                                                                ,,            	
G H Symonds, MD	
R J Hawkey, MD	
do                                                             ,i            	
M Scully	
Wood,                                                                      ti            	
Hyde & Tits worth	
do                                                                   i,           	
do                                                                n           	
OW West & Co	
L V Roberts	
J A Gilker	
J McPhee	
Wallace & Miller	
Kirkpatrick & Wilson ...
do                                                         ,i           	
N McLeod	
Milk,                                                                  ,,                        	
C H Dickie	
J Maitland-Dougall	
do                                                         „             	
G H Page 	
RBHalhed	
do                                                         ,i           	
CW Young	
Cumberland Water Wks.
do                                                                   „           	
C H Tarbell	
The Goldfields Co of B C
15,378 66
27,670 55 63 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.
75
Union Colliery Co	
C J Moore	
S Leiser	
J R McCleod	
R Lawrence, MD	
Joyce	
McPhee & Moore	
J Robertson	
D Kilpatrick    	
A H Peacv & Co	
MTait ..'	
Arlington Hotel	
J Thompson	
C A Cox	
S A Spencer 	
E J Saunders & Co 	
P Woollacott	
FS Spain	
J PI Kvarno	
J B Holmes	
— Hellan	
G Freeland	
S B Green	
CS Campbell	
J M Leonard	
T Knight, jr	
W Dodd	
Harvey, Bailev & Co	
E Stout	
J F Jaeck ..  ..   	
J A Skinner & Co	
J Webb	
W Arnott	
A L Sutherland	
do 	
Anthony & Robson	
A J Hautier	
J F Sayre 	
J W Burr	
Indian Dick	
Indian Toney	
Rose Burr	
Ashcroft Water Co	
W Lyne	
Harvey, Bailey & Co   ...
A R Carrington	
Driard Hotel (Nicola)...
HW Wright	
M J O'Brien   ..
B Snell	
S Joey	
A McDonald	
R R Lowe	
D Crawford	
CAR Lambly	
R Gai-dom	
CM Melville	
W McMynn	
W J Armstrong	
W H Webb	
R Gardom   ..
J A Unsworth	
J ADinsmore	
J Davis & Co	
D J Darraugh   	
WB Battle	
J Darcy	
C Munro	
The B C Mer & M'n'g Syn
Mann, Foley Bros ...
H Huff	
G R Naden	
L M Livingstone & Co...
W M Law& Co	
G Gagnon	
P Hickey	
Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OP JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALAKTES).-
Continued.
Vote No. 89.—Keep of Prisoners.—Continued.
Coal,
Coal oil, brush, etc.,
do      window blind,
Scavenger work,
Medical attendance,
Washing blankets,
Looking glass, soap, etc.,
Cleaning,
Coal,
Sticking-plaster,
Meals for prisoners,
do
Blankets,
Lantern,
Wood, glass, saw, etc.,
Coal oil,
Meals for prisoners,
do
Paid for medical attendance,
Lamp,
Cleaning,
Meals for prisoners,
do
do
do
Repairs to doors,
Wood and meals for prisoners,
Whitewash brushes, etc.,
Water and cleaning water pipes,
Medicines,
Lantern globes,
Meals for prisoners,
do
do
Wood,
Coal oil, axe, brooms, etc.,
Cleaning cells and washing blankets.
Washing blankets,
Wood and meals for prisoners,
do
do
Meals for prisoners,
Water,
Coal,
Coal oil, lime, etc.,
Blanket,
Meals for prisoners,
do
do
do
do
do
do
Wood,
Meals for prisoners,
do
do
do
Drum for stove,
Sharpening saw,
do
Medicines,
Meals for prisoners,
Blankets,
Meals for prisoners, blankets, wood,
do
do
do
Heating drum, stove, clothing, etc.,
Stove, etc.,
Fixing staple in floor,
Stove, etc., furniture,
Blankets,
Quilts and coal oil,
Wood,
do
Cumberland Lock-up	
it 	
ii 	
ii 	
n 	
IT 	
Alberni Lock-up	
ii 	
it 	
ii 	
Alert Bay Lock-up	
it 	
ti 	
Clayoquot Lock-up	
Ucluelet Lock-up	
Comox Lock-up   	
IT 	
Van Anda Lock-up	
Vancouver Lock-up	
n 	
Chilliwhack Lock-up	
Yale Lock-up	
n 	
n
North Bend Lock-up	
ii ....  	
Lytton Lock-up	
ii 	
n 	
n 	
ti 	
Ashcroft Lock-up	
ii 	
TI 	
Granite Creek Lock-up ..,
Nicola Lock-up 	
Enderby Lock-up	
Vernon Lock-up	
Kelowna Lock-up	
IT 	
Tt 	
It 	
Osoyoos Lock-up	
Midway Lock-up	
n 	
it 	
ti 	
Grand Forks Lock-up	
etc., Cascade City Lock-up
Cascade City Lock-up	
n ....	
ti 	
ti 	
ti 	
it
Niagara Lock-up	
ti 	
n 	
Carried forward.,..
15,378 66
12 00
3 95
7 15
5 00
2 50
6 00
1 10
2 00
5 00
25
5 25
6 50
6 60
1 25
22 90
3 25
21 30
15 75
44 05
5 00
2 50
4 00
6 50
2 25
18 20
5 00
13 25
4 45
. 6.00
. .2 90
85
.6 25
■ 5 60
22 50
20 00
12 90
.3 00
1 00
131 75
11 00
5 50
44 25
35 00
10 00
10 50
2 50
7 50
.  1 25
69 50
9.50
5 75
175
1 00
3 00
43 50
. 79 00
37 50
33 75
3 60
1 50
1 50
.75
66 50
9 60
118 00
16 87
11 27
...1.76
24 70
20 55
1 26
25 30
. 7 00
6 75
4 00
4 00
27,670 55
16,560 70    27,670 65 76
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.
CW Wilde	
Cooney & McGUvray	
A S Williamson & Co	
A A Sutherland	
Chatterton & Coleman..
Trail Smelting Co	
Trail Water Works Co ..
Trail Plumbing Co	
J Irving	
S Barclay    	
H Lewis	
J Strachan	
F M Pugh 	
F C Bales 	
A Wheeler	
D Corsan, MD	
P Burns & Co	
The California Bakery...
F R C Beer	
J H Walker	
L Levesque	
Lawrence Hardware Co .
Vancouver Hardware Co
A N Purdy	
Mathers & Kelly	
R C Keene	
E Boulanger	
H McDonald	
A J Campbell	
R W Bacon	
W Clarke	
H Kellar, MD	
S Saunderson & Co	
Sing Kee	
S H Seaney & Co 	
C Campbelll 	
J D Mcpherson	
T J Baty	
McCallum& Co	
J Kawakami	
H Steye  	
Newmarket Hotel	
L R Forbes	
do 	
W C Davies    	
W Eccles	
W Hunter & Co	
Bourne Bros	
E McDougald	
T Abriel	
G H Morkill   	
S McOrmand	
L M Livingstone & Co...
M Anderson	
J Elder	
U S Naylor	
W K Humphrey	
D M Crowley	
Turner, Beeton & Co	
D E Cameron	
J Whitehead	
T Waring	
Dominion Express Co ...
F McCarty    	
J RHull	
McCague Bros	
A N Smith	
G Bell & Co	
W Fleming	
J Nelson	
W B Pease	
M M Pettipiece	
R Samson   	
G Lewis	
Morris & Steed 	
H N Coursier	
Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).-
Continued.
Vote No. 89.—Keep of Prisoners.— Continued.
Niagara Lock-up.
Trail Lock-up
Robson Lock-up
Wood,
do
Coal oil,
Fitting iron staples,
Groceries and meals,
Electric light,
Water,
Repairs to water pipes,
Wood,
do
do
do
Meals for prisoners,
Stove and stove pipes.
do
Medical attendance,
Meat,
Bread,
Coal oil and hardware,
do wood,
Wood and meals for prisoners, n
Stove, stove-pipe, etc., n
Lamp, 11
Tables and chairs, u
Groceries, blankets, vegetables, etc., Ymir Lock-up.
Wood, remov'g furniture, clean'g w. c., etc.,   n
do ti
do „
do it
Stove, lantern, etc., M
Cupboard, cot mattress, blinds, etc., n
Medical attendance, n
Locks, hasps, and pails, n
Washing blankets, m
Coal oil,
do
Wood,
Meals for prisoners,
Axe,
Washing blankets,
Meals for prisoners,
do 	
Paid for water barrels, n 	
Wood, coal oil, etc., Three Forks Lock-up.
do it       and meals for prisoners,        n 	
do |i 	
Coal oil, ir 	
do Nakusp Lock-up	
Meals for prisoners, n 	
Wood, „ 	
Blankets, Comaplix Lock-up ...
Wood, coal oil, stove, table, etc.,       Gladstone Lock-up .   .
Stove, coal oil, lamps, etc., Brooklyn Lock-up....
Meals for prisoners,
do
do
do
Chairs,
Blankets,
Wood,
do
do
Express charges on blankets,
Meat, Revelstoke Lock-up .
do
Bread,
do
Ve
Wood,
do
do
do
do
do
Coal oil, tea, potatoes, etc.,
do     glue, burner, etc.,
Kuskonook Lock-up.
Slocan City Lock-up.
New Denver Lock-up.
Carried forward.
16,560 70
4 00
4 00
2 75
2 00
86 60
44 00
15 00
12 25
12 00
24 00
20 00
4 00
35 40
9 50
6 00
5 00
8 10
1 25
13 85
11 25
13 50
10 30
50
7 00
. 61 90
20 00
5 50
3 50
8 00
14 30
17 60
8 50
12 25
3 00
2 00
2 25
4 50
10 25
1 25
1 30
8 50
5 00
2 60
17 26
34 50
8 00
2 25
4 75
6 25
20 00
12 75
34 35
33 25
24 00
.6 00
8 76
2 20
6 00
11 20
18 00
4 60
4 50
55
94 63
41 26
49 00
5 00
49 39
31 38
17 25
29 70
28 75
13 75
5 00
. 23 74
12 58
27,670 55
17,764 42    27,670 55 63 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.
77
F B Wells	
Hutcheson & Co	
Fallis Bros	
CE Reid & Co	
Revelstoke W'ter Wks Co
G Lund 	
C B Hume	
J T Brewster	
W M Lawrence	
E Dilse	
R Armstrong	
Kimpton & Pitts	
Manuel & Ruttan	
Hull Bros	
W H Caldwell	
C P Railway	
Sundry persons	
P W Palmare	
R D Davies	
W McNeish	
Sundry persons	
H G Parson	
Hull Bros	
J A Stoddart	
G II Gilpin	
Fort Steele Mercantile Co
Carlin & Durick	
M Mclnnes	
Robson & Rogers	
H Kershaw	
S Lee	
Ft Steele Water Wks Co.
H Watt, MD	
A W Bleasdell	
Gem Restaurant	
J D Kennedy & Co	
J Willis & Sons	
F A MeBride	
H E King & Co	
E Dilse    	
Reid& Co	
Fort Steele Mercantile Co
J Mitchell	
A Connelly	
R Clark	
M Hayes	
Willis & Son	
J Kerrigan	
London & Liverpl Mer Co
W A Brown	
J R Black	
J H King	
G Hilliard	
G H Miner	
R Davies	
J PI McMillan	
N Nelson	
H Cameron	
T A Creighton	
Sherlock & Bremner ....
F H Crossley 	
C B Mitchell	
Royal Hotel	
A Archambault	
F C Ireland	
G Levasseur	
R Bullock   	
A P Cummings	
RMcClure	
W G Laughland	
W Pyer 	
Bourne Bros	
J Wilson	
C W Grain & Co	
W F Allen	
C Noel	
Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OP JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).-
Continued.
Vote No. 89.—Keep of Prisoners.— Continued.
Clothing,
Groceries,
do
Medicines,
Water,
Meals for prisoners,
Pants,
Whitewash brushes,
Copper wire, etc.,
Lime,
Meals for prisoners,
Groceries, etc.,
do
Meat, fish, etc.,
do   vegetables, etc.,
Water,
Meals for prisoners,
Medicine,
Potatoes,
Meals for prisoners,
do
Blankets,
Beef,
Water,
Groceries, etc.,
do
do
Meat,
do
Bread and potatoes,
do
Water,
Medical attendance,
Medicines,
Meals for prisoners,
do
do
Hardware.
Mattress,
Lime,
Blankets,
do
Meals for prisoners,
do
do
do
do
do
Blankets,
Wood,
do
Medical attendance,
Links for leg irons,
Lantern, pail, padlock, etc.,
Table and pigeon-holes,
Wood,
do
Water,
Coal oil,
do
Stationery,
Meals for prisoners,
do
do
Wood,
do    moving furniture, etc.,
Kettle, pail, broom, etc.,
Meals for prisoners,
do
Medicines,
Wood,
Stove, coal oil, lanterns, etc.,
Meals for prisoners,
Coal oil,
Meals for prisoners,
do
Revelstoke Lock-up .
Illecillewaet Lock-up.
Donald Lock-up	
Golden Lock-up.
Windermere Lock-up.
Fort Steel Lock-up .,.
Cranbrook Lock-up
Fernie Lock-up
Wardner Lock-up .
Burton City Lock-up .
ii 	
Creston Lock-up	
it 	
Lillooet Lock-up	
Carried forward      19,200 23    27,670 55
17,764 42
14 40
22 35
18 38
5 40
12 00
5 00
2 00
1 00
50
1 00
1 00
65 19
43 95
16 00
4 25
10 00
7 85
1 00
1 63
11 30
7 36
13 00
4 64
3 00
162 97
81 88
139 49
95 61
25 82
63 45
4 20
69 10
54 50
22 20
14 70
6 40
5 00
11 75
4 75
3 00
16 00
11 00
17 15
12 60
S 05
3 50
1 50
6 50
11 40
3 60
7 00
10 00
1 50
3 20
6 00
3 50
3 50
2 00
1 30
75
90
23 80
14 35
9 10
2 60
10 50
6 76
8 40
3 85
60
6 00
20 95
3 75
2 15
131 75
24 50
27,670 55 78
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.
Pioneer Hotel	
P Sautini	
Lee & Cumming	
Indian Said	
Marshall & Smith	
D A Stoddart	
F W Foster  	
N McLeod    	
OT Hance	
Veith & Borland	
W Julius	
D H Anderson	
H N Brown	
llofercamp & Johnson ..
Veith & Borland	
J Meloy	
W F Anderson	
S A Rogers	
Hofercainp & Johnson ..
G Green	
Georgetown Saw Mills Co
H Short & Son	
Eliza Young	
Le-digh	
R Cunningham & Son...
Georgetown Saw Mill Co
Hudson's Bay Co	
Federation Canning Co..
M Tait	
J G Cornell	
R Mcintosh	
R Hyland	
S Spencer	
Lena Spencer	
J Alum	
Callbreath, Cook & Co..
R D McLennan, MD	
C H Smith Hozier, MD..
R Hyland	
W Foster	
J Porter	
M McLean	
Glenora Restaurant	
R Allison	
EWDevoe	
E L Booth  	
J Sealy	
J Richards	
Str Casca	
G E Saunders	
N W M Police	
B T Wood   	
N W M Police	
FM Boyle, MD	
L A Barr, M D	
F S Harris, M D	
J West & Co	
J D Matlock & Son	
Turner, Geiger & Co	
W D Riley	
O Nelson	
O Burns & Co	
J Burkhard & Co	
P O Sundberg	
J SMcCue	
M D Hall	
Shannon Bros	
WOwen	
Burns & McDougall.....
Cummings & Richardson
McLennan, McFeely&Co
Turner & Co	
W M Dickey	
F M Boyle, MD	
JBlvth	
Brough t forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).-
Continued.
Vote No. 89.—Keep of Prisoners.— Concluded.
Meals for prisoners,
Candles, soap, saw, hammer, etc.,
do       whitewash, brushes, etc.,
Wood,
Meals for prisoners,
Stove and stove-pipe,
Carbolic acid, towels, knives, etc.,
Sharpening tools,
Meals for prisoners,
do and clothing,
Repairs, stove-pipe, etc.,
Wood, meals for prisoners, blankets,
do
Meals for prisoners,
Coal oil,
Wood,
do
Coal oil, candles, etc.,
Meals for prisoners,
do
Coal,
Keys,
Washing blankets,
Meals for prisoners,
Wood,
Coal,
Groceries,
Supplies,
Meals for prisoners,
do
do
do
do
do
do
Hauling wood, meals, etc.,
Medical attendance,
do
Chloride of lime, blankets, etc.,
Repairs, stove and stove-pipe,
Paid for washing blankets,
Meals for prisoners,
do
do
do
do
Wood,
Blankets, soap, tools, etc.,
Fare, discharged prisoner,
Meals for prisoners,
do
do
do
Medical attendance,
do
do
Groceries,
Blankets and hardware,
Clothing, etc.,
Stove,
Wood,
Meat,
Stove,
Hauling wood,
Cot bed,
Medicine,
Towelling,
Coal oil, axe, wood, etc.,
Blankets,
do
Tools and hardware,
do
Stove-pipe, canvas, nails, etc.,
Examination and medicine,
Sharpening saw,
Lillooet Lock-up .
Clinton Lock-up.
Hanceville Lock-up	
150-Mile House Lock-up .
etc., Quesnelle Lock-up
Quesnelle Lock-up	
Quesnelle Forks Lock-up .
Barkerville Lock-up	
Rivers Inlet Lock-up
Port Essington Lock-up .
Hazelton Lock-up  	
Port Simpson Lock-up ..
Lak Kalzap Lock-up	
Telegraph Creek Lock-up.
Glenora Lock-up .
Brown's Camp Lock-up
Tagish Lock-up	
Lake Bennett Lock-up.
Log Cabin Lock-up.
Atlin Lock-up	
Carried forward.
19,200 23
22 50
15 05
2 60
8 00
49 50
12 00
5 35
3 25
52 50
165 50
8 38
78 90
8 00
7 50
8 00
55 00
11 25
53 06
20 75
10 00
7 00
2 00
1 00
114 75
7 00
56 00
36 37
3 35
2 50
420 62
89 25
58 26
69 75
51 25
22 50
36 56
20 00
5 00
12 35
9 00
7 00
168 25
63 75
74 75
10 00
7 66
75 00
20 90
5 00
1 25
333 00
59 00
129 00
143 00
15 00
35 00
91 20
60 11
31 60
20 00
18 CO
15 20
10 25
10 00
10 00
6 40
1 00
13 75
20 00
19 60
21 00
12 20
6 00
5 00
76
27,670 55 63 Vict.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.
79
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$ cts.
B C Land & Investm'tOo
New Van Coal M & L Co
F S Spain	
D S Curtis	
Westminster Opera H Co
Goldflelds Co of B C ....
C P Railway	
P Hickey	
C Munro	
W H Reynolds	
D J Darraugh	
F Elkins	
J Finlay	
Galliher & Wilson	
Broken Hill Block	
,1 Elliott	
C A Waterman & Co   ...
F S Barnard	
G W Jordan   	
McVittie & Hutchison. ..
P Matheson	
J Wilson	
R J Long;	
M A Beale  	
R L T Galbreath	
W White	
L R Forbes	
J Hector	
M Anderson	
J Robinson	
1) T Mowatt	
F J Ewing'	
F RC Beer	
L Levesque	
Miners Union of Rossl'nd
G Owen	
Masonic Lodge 	
Lewis & Novak	
M B Dolan	
J Haverty	
J N Jensen	
PC Dunlevy	
J Bowron    	
F G Mclntyre    	
Estate late G A Pritchett
R Hyland    	
Jackson (Indian) 	
.1 C Watson	
Murphy & Co	
J Brown	
E Hoosen ...
J J Russell ..
M L Cantrill.
A D Lewis...
P Rogers . . .
J A Wilson ..
FS Hussey.
J Tahanney .
E S Lomas ..
K M McLean.
J A Pelkey .
F English ...
J Degneir ...
J W Webster
D Hicks	
,1 Bruce ....
D O Hanley .
C Ketehum..
F L Nunns .
T Irwin ....
Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF  JUSTICE (OTHER THAN  SALARIES).
Continued.
Vote No. 90.—Rents.
Rent
do
do
do
do
do
clo
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
of building for lock-up,
4 lots for Law Courts,
building for lock-up,
building. Provincial Police Department,
hall for Court of Assize,
building for Court room,
ground for lock-up,
building m
room for Provincial Police office,
building for lock-up,
office for Chief Constable Mountain
ii n
ii        Inspector Martin,
n        Provincial Police Department,
building for lock-up,
office for Provincial Police Department,
Opera House for County Court,
building for Government Office,
n Record Office,
i, lock-up,
n Government Office,
it lock-up,
hall for Supreme Court,
ii      Court purposes,
ii Supreme and County Courts,
office for Registrar of Supreme Court,
hall for Court purposes,
building" for lock-up and Government Office,
room for Court purposes,
Gold Commissioner's quarters,
hall for Court purposes,
buildings for Court purposes,
i, Provincial Police Department,
ii it
ii lock-up,
Vote No. 91.—Specia
Special constable
Victoria (night-watchman)
do
,,
do
,,
do
,,
do
M
do
i,
Pd. special constables,   n
Special constable
Sydney,
do
Duncan,
do
Nanaimo,
do
ii
do
do
,,
do
M
do
Union,
do
do
M
do
,,
do
Cumberland,
do
ii
Esquimalt,   ,.    .,
Nanaimo	
Clayoquot..   ....
New Westminster
Thurlow Island.  ,
North Bend	
Niagara	
Cascade City	
Fairview	
Ymir	
Nelson	
Burton City ....
Cranbrook 	
Creston	
Fort Steeie	
Windermere	
Slocan City  	
Silverton	
Nakusp	
Brooklyn	
ii        .
Kuskonook	
Gladstone	
Robson	
Rossland	
II 	
Trail '.'.'..
Cadwallader Creek
Soda Creek 	
Barkerville	
Salmon Arm  	
Glenora   	
Telegraph Creek.
Pine Town	
12 mos. @ $5
33^ days
@   2
33         ,
2
23          ,
2
1          ,
2
2
2
1          i
2
1         ,
2
44
2.50
12         ,
2.50
6         ,
2.50
4         ,
2.50
2
2.50
1          ,
2.50
2
2.50
1         ,
2.5C
1         ,
2.50
7        i
2.50
1        i
2.50
Carried forward.
150 00
80 00
12 00
35 00
25 00
2 50
1 00
96 00
13 20
4 00
10 00
15 00
120 0U
20 00
SO 00
90 00
30 00
46 00
70 00
50 00
30 00
32 00
8 00
10 CO
25 00
165 00
96 00
180 00
15 00
150 00
87 50
50 00
9 00
132 00
220 CO
25 00
292 00
212 00
10 00
6 00
30 00
5 00
90 00
1 00
90 00
25 00
30 00
20 00
25 00
20 00
60 00
67 00
66 00
46 00
2 00
4 00
5 10
2 00
2 00
110 00
30 00
15 00
10 00
5 00
2 50
5 00
2 50
2 50
17 60
2 50
2,978 20
456 60 52,979 97 cSO
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.
M McArdle	
J Belyea	
F Frere 	
J Bedford	
C A Cox	
J H Kvarno	
C C Burns	
WGibbs	
W Whins	
W Woodhus	
R Wilson	
T Bell	
T Backus   	
J M Costello	
J Harris	
Pay list	
Alex Main	
P Schufer	
B W Leeson	
TE Norgar	
Pav List	
do       	
J Jackson 	
R A Craig	
T Shirley	
F S Miller	
J W Kent	
CS Whitehouse.	
F Reveley	
J A Pelkey  	
J H Watson	
W W Dickenson	
J Murchison	
D Douglas    	
J B Ballantine	
J D Mclnnes	
T Mahonev	
W S French	
D McMurphy	
D McRae	
J A McMartin	
WH McLaughlin	
A McLeod 	
G Schmidt    	
E S Davy	
S Ellard	
Alex Main	
J Lloyd	
H Webb	
J H Ashwell	
J D Campbell	
C Wethem	
L A Dodd   	
C Smith	
W Rogers	
N Perrault	
RA Robinson 	
W McDermOt	
WGunton	
L D Loring,,	
A Clawson	
J D Gillis 	
R Means	
W Durban	
J McKing	
R Terry	
Tyee Jimmie (Indian).
Indian Billy	
A P Morris	
H McKinnon	
R Bell	
Jack (Indian) ....
Antoine (Indian)	
WReid	
P Ignace	
Charles (Indian)	
VII.
-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHEE THAN SALARIES).-
Continued.
Vote No. 91.—Special Constables.— Continued.
Special
constable
Comox,
do
Nanoose Bav,
do
Alberni,
do
ii
do
,,
do
Ucluelet,
do
M
do
Clo-oose,
do
Salt Spring Island
do
Texada Island,
do
,,
do
Valdez Island,
do
Shoal Bay,
do
i,
do
ii
do
do
Quathiaski Cove,
do
Thurlow Island,
do
Quatsino,
do
i,
do
do
Port Renfrew,
do
Vancouver,
do
ii
do
ii
do
,,
do
do
ti
do
M
do
it
do
i,
do
New Westminster
do
n
do
ii
do
ii
do
i,
do
,,
do
do
,,
do
ii
do
n
do
1,
do
It
do
,1
do
do
,,
do
Steveston,
do
„
do
Chilliwhack,
do
ii
do
Agassiz,
do
Whonnock,
do
North Bend,
do
do
Ashcroft,
do
it
do
,,
do
ii
do
ii
do
,,
do
,,
do
„
do
Lillooet,
do
u
do
,i
do
ii
do
ii
do
M
do
Kamloops,
do
M
do
ii
do
ii
do
ii
do
ii
do
it
do
it
10 days @ $2.50
2
9
7
2
11
1
10
6
15
4
16
4
2
1
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
1
2
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
1
13
594 days (3 $2; 12
2.50
2.50
2.50
2
2
5
3
3
4
3
10
2.20
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
3.50
6 mos. @ i
day @   2
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2
6i
2
25
25
25
1
1
6
3
3
2
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2
2.50
2.50
2^ days
'$5;
19
4
19
1 day @ $1;   2
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2
2.50
2.50
2.50
2
2.511
Carried forward...
25 00
5 00
22 50
17 50
5 00
27 5J
2 50
10 00
12 00
37 50
10 00
40 00
10 00
5 00
2 50
10 00
2 50
30 00
149 00
15 00
8 00
6 00
22 50
5 00
12 50
7 50
7 50
10 00
7 60
35 00
75 00
360 00
2 00
12 60
5 00
7 50
7 50
10 00
7 50
12 00
5 00
16 25
5 00
02 50
61 50
62 50
2 50
2 50
15 00
6 00
7 50
5 00
8 00
2 50
7 50
5 00
5 00
2 50
3 50
15 00
2 50
2 50
5 00
10 00
10 00
18 00
4 00
1 50
47 50
10 00
47 50
5 00
4 00
7 50
1 00
1 00
52,979 97
1,991 85    62,979 97 63 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.
81
WR Pilsworth.
Pay List	
L Williams
0 Rcdpath	
R Blair	
G C Tunstall...
J T Edwards...
W J Mclntyre
G Lawrence ...
R Moore	
D Hobbs	
J Fleet	
do     	
J Beattie	
J C Clothier .   .
G Butler	
A McQueen...
Indian Samson.
Pay list	
A J Hunter....
G Lindley	
J F P Nash	
J Nash	
R Clark   	
A J Swart ....
M G McLeod...
A John	
F Levasseur ...
H Hardy ....
1 Harris  	
W C Bate	
W Lissard ....
CAR Lambley
Indian Edward.
E F Scott	
W Dainard ....
H S Rose	
W Craufurd ..
D M Erskine...
F G Mclntyre..
A H Lawder ...
D McLean	
W Forrest...
J Reach .......
J Darcy   	
A T Lusk	
F W McLaine. .
G Winters	
M O Connor ...
S Yuill	
P Kennedy ....
J Shaw...._...
J D Boyd  	
J Birney	
B McLeod	
W Scott 	
P Cooper	
W Robinson ...
J C Richardson
A Hircoll	
H Murphv	
W A Milne ....
G Owen	
E AMarkley...
WK Homfray.
F Seidel	
J Brown	
W C Knapp	
G A Whitehead
W H Trump ..
J W Dawson...
F W Reid	
A McDonald ..
EGMundy....
T C Gray	
S B Yuill	
Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).-
Continued.
Vote No. 91.Special Constables.—Continued.
Special
Paid
Paid
constable
, Kamloops,
do
i,           re capture
do
do
ii
do
ii
do
H
do
do
,,
do
n
do
,,
do
„
do
,,
do
Grand Prairie,
do
,i
do
,,
do
„
do
M
do
Seaton Lake.
do
Yale,
do
Lytton,
do
Nicola,
do
,,
do
,,
do
Nicola Lake,
do
Forster's Bar
do
Spence's Bridge,
do
Osoyoos,
do
Lumby,
do
Vernon,
do
,,
do
do
it
do
Fairview,
do
,i
do
it
do
Spillamacheen Landin
do
Kelowna,
do
ii
do
Salmon Arm,
do
do
Greenwood,
do
Cascade,
do
it
do
,i
do
,,
do
Midway,
do
„
do
u
do
Grand Forks,
do
Revelstoke,
do
,,
do
,,
do
,,
do
do
,,
do
Illecillewaet,
do
„
do
do
do
Albert Canyon,
do
Ferguson,
do
Brooklyn,
do
do
i,
do
,,
do
do
do
i,
do
do
Nakusp,
do
do
Trail,
do
,,
do
„
do
do
ii
103 days @ §2.50
9         ,
2.50
1         ,
2.50
4          ,
2.50
3
2.50
9         ,
2.50
11          i
2.50
7
2.50
10         i
2.60
2          ,
2.50
5         i
2.50
2         ,
2.50
2
2.50
1          ,
2
3
2
1          ,
2.50
3         i
2 50
o             1
2.50
1       I
3
1       ,
2.60
10         ,
3
3         i
3
1          ,
2.50
1          ,
2.50
9
2.50
4          i
2
2         i
3
13
2.50
49         ,
2.50
2         t
2
8          ,
2.50
n    i
2.50
2J mos
@ 60
68   days
@ §2.50
2           ,
3
2         i
2.60
2           ,
2.5C
3          ,
2.50
2          i
2.5C
17          ,
2.5C
1          i
2.5C
1          i
2.50
1          ,
2.50
1
2.50
1         ,
2.50
1          i
2.50
2         i
2.50
2         ,
2.50
2         ,
2.6C
1          ,
3 0C
31          .
3
6         ,
3
6 „        3
5 months 3 days @ §70 per month
14 clays @ S3
2
■       3
1
i        3
1
,       2.50
50
t       3
3
,       3
1
3
52
,        2.50
2
t       2.50
11
n       2.50
Carried forward.
1,991 85
52,979 97
257 50
280 25
3 00
22 60
2 50
14 50
10 00
7 50
22 60
27 60
17 50
25 00
5 00
12 50
5 00
5 00
2 00
2 00
11 00
6 00
2 50
7 50
7 50
3 00
2 50
30 00
9 00
2 50
2 50
45 00
22 50
8 00
18 00
6 00
1 00
32 60
122 60
4 00
20 00
6 25
150 00
1 50
3 00
2 00
170 00
2 50
6 00
5 00
5 00
7 50
5 00
42 50
2 50
2 50
2 50
2 50
2 50
2 50
5 00
5 00
5 00
3 00
93 00
18 00
357 00
42 00
6 00
3 00
2 50
150 00
9 00
3 00
6 00
130 00
5 00
27 50
4,367 35
52,979 97 82
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
S  cts.
F R C Beer	
C Campbell	
W Brown	
T Ryan	
J A Fraser	
WESyer	
Pay list	
F Wilbur	
R J Elliot  	
W H Morrison.. .
F Peterson 	
J Kennedy 	
J R Campbell....
G Davis	
G V Girard	
A B Anderson .. .
Alex McKenzie ..
R Peake	
T J Paty 	
A J Campbell.  . .
DA McLeod	
J F Nattrass	
E Plowright	
W Dainard	
W Miller	
R M Wilson	
R J Northway   ..
J Tait	
M Ktmpton
H Brouillette	
A Fenwick	
A E B Watt	
J Forrest	
C A Strong ....
A Ward   	
W Miller	
T Forrest	
J Caldwell
T Corner	
T Martin	
A C Nelson	
A B Fenwick . ..
PFarquharson...
A L McDermot   .
Annie Barnes	
HHMcVittie. ...
J M Lindsay	
J II Williams ....
C Bishop	
W Lanktree	
AHCree	
H Hawes	
G White	
A Pare	
TGoldie	
M E A McMillan .
C Bowland	
R A Davies	
C Gruin	
J Grinder	
C E Skinner ....
Hostenni (Indian)
Es-cutis (Indian).
Tsulin (Indian) ..
EElkins  .
J Prince	
J B Bryson. ....
J Moon	
G Green 	
A Woollacott .   ..
H Sachs 	
Two Indians	
W H Skjcgmd....
G McKinlay ....
A Argyle	
Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).-
Contintied.
Vote No. 91.—Special Constables.--Continued.
Special constable
Robson,
do
Kuskonook,
do
Robson-Penticton Railway
do
Nelson,
do
,,
do
n
do
n
do
,,
do
,,
do
i,
do
„
do
Kootenay Lake,
do
,,
do
ir
do
do
Ains worth,
do
Kaslo,
do
Three Forks,
do
Slocan Citv,
do
Ymir,
do
i,
do
Field,
do
Golden,
do
„
do
M
do
,,
do
,,
do
„
do
,,
do
Cranbrook,
do
,,
do
,,
do
,,
do
i'
do
Donald,
do
u
do
,,
do
n
do
,,
do
Fort Steele,
do
,,
do
,,
do
,,
do
,,
Female warder,
ii          (special),
Special Constable
11
do
Moyie City,
do
Wardner,
do
,,
do
M
do
Fernie,
do
do
n
do
do
n
do
Burton City,
do
Creston,
do
,,
do
,,
do
Big Bar,
do
Alexis Creek,
do
Chilcotin (assisting to arret
do
"                                ii
do
do
n
do
Fraser Lake,
do
Cache Creek,
do
Rivers Inlet,
do
,,
do
,t
do
,,
do
„
do
n
do
Port Essington,
do
ii
2 days @ §3
39 „        3
5 „        3
25 days @ §70 per month
2"S days @ §2.50
28 t,       2.50
7 „ 3
4 „ 3
1 ,i 3
1 ., 3
3 i, 3
3 ,, 3
5 ,, 3
3 „ 3
2 „ 3
4 ., 2.50
7 „ 3
2A „ 2.50
1 i, 2.50
30 „ 2.51
19 i, 2.50
42J „ 2.50
3lJ ,, 2.50
16 ii 2.50
8 it 2.50
4 i, 2.60
4 ii 2.50
1 „ 2.50
4i ., 2.50
1 ii 2.50
10 davs (o) §60 per month
2 days @ §2.50
4 days @\
25
7
61
165
"ii
10
16
30
5
21
4
1
1
73
11
4
2
9
1
i
12
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
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
17 days @ §3
21 ti        2
9
25
10
10
each   7
1.50
1.50
Carried forward.
4,367 35
52,979 97
6 00
117 00
15 06
56 45
70 00
70 0:i
33 o;i
21 00
12 00
3 10
3 00
9 00
9 00
15 00
9 CO
6 00
10 00
21 00
6 25
2 50
75 00
59 50
106 25
78 75
40 00
20 00
10 00
10 00
2 50
11  25
2 50
19 35
5 00
62 51
17 50
22 50
10 00
5 00
6 00
152 60
322 50
18 76
25 00
40 00
75 00
12 50
52 50
10 00
2 50
2 50
182 50
27 50
10 00
5 00
22 50
2 50
10 00
30 00
12 60
12 50
3 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
51 00
42 00
2 60
13 50
37 50
20 00
20 00
28 00
111 25
10 00
1 00
7,093 65
52,979 97 63 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1898, to 30th June, 1899.
83
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
§   cts.
$  cts.
7,093 65
52,979 97
VII.-ADMrNISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN  SALARIES).-
Continued.
Vote No. 91.—Special Constables.—Concluded.
Le-digh	
Special constable, Hazleton,                                                                71 days @ §1.50
106 50
W Lawson	
do              Port Simpson,                                                          9         n       2.00
18 00
F Weldon	
do                     ii                                                                        10         it       2.50
25 00
W Oliver	
do                     ,i
15 00
3 00
4 00
do                     i,                                                                                	
do                     ,,
M Tait	
do                     ti                                                                       1   day   @ §2
do               Lak Kalzap,                                                                  2          n        2
do               Naas River,                                                                  43         n       2.50
2 00
do    	
4 00
107 50
D Doolan	
do                       ,,                                                                              25         ,,       1.60
37 60
Mercier	
do                       ,,                                                                             36         ,i        2
72 00
do              Telegraph Creek,                          21 days @ §5;   6         n       3
do                     ,i                                                                         1\       ii       4
123 00
J S Smith	
30 00
11 D Morten   	
do                     ii                                                       31 days (3 §100 per month
103 33
do                     i,
17 00
6 00
N Stuart 	
II V Poore	
do                     i,                                                                        13 days @ §3
39 00
J II Bingham	
do                       ,,                                                                              	
50 00
G Canibell	
do                       ,,                                                                               2         ii        2.50
5 00
W Watnock	
61 50
10 00
WG Fraser	
do              Teslin Lake,                                                             2         n       5
do                     „                                                                         1         ,,       5
do                     „                                                                         1         ,,       5
do                       „                                                                               1          ti        5
do              Lake Bennett,                                                        29         tt       4
5 00
6 00
5 00
116 00
T Griffiths	
W lioss	
P II Brown	
A Elliot	
do                     t,                                                                         3         it       4
12 00
do              Log Cabin,                                                               2         n       3
6 00
A G Robinson	
do              Pine Town,                                                             72         n       2
144 00
do              Spruce Creek,                                                          1         n       4
do               Atlin,                                                                            29         h        4
4 00
116 00
W J Mclntyre	
do                   ii                                                                                 47          n        2
94 00
W II Vickers	
do                   ,i                                                                                 46          i,        2
92 00
do                   ,,                                                                                   S!r       ti       2.50
21 26
J Wilson	
do                   n                                                                                   4"        it       2.50
10 00
do                   i,                                                                                 	
3 00
6 00
J Christian    .   .
do                   ,,                                                                                   U       n       4
W J White	
do                   i.                                                                                   1         n       4
4 00
S Birt	
do                  ii                                                                             1         ii       4
4 00
8,580 23
Vote No. 92.    Transport of Constables and Prisoners.
F S Hussey......  	
Supt. of Provincial Police, per diem allowance, 19 days @ §4; expenses, §63.15....
139 16
Sundry persons	
Fares, meals, beds, bug'gy hire, etc., Constable W. R. Atkins              and prisoners
204 55
do
do                           ii                           ,t         D. H. Andrews                            n
201 80
do
do                         ii                         it         W. B. Anderson                        u
36 70
do
do                         i,                         ,,         J. E. Angers, N.W.M.P.,         ,,
25 00
do
do                         it      Special       ii         J. H. Ashwell                           n
4 00
do
do                           i,           ii             i,         A. Argyle                                     ,t
3 75
do
do                           it           ti             it         Antoine (Indian)                        t>
1 00
do
do                           it           ii             ii         C. Ashton                                     it
75
do
do                         i,                         ti         M. McArdle                               u
3 25
do
do                         n                         ii         H. W. Barnes                            u
516 15
do
do                         „                         i,         W. Bullock                                n
232 50
do
do                         ii                         ii         J. Baird                                     n
102 40
do           	
do                         „                         ,,         J. W. Burr                                ,,
138 20
do          	
do                         ii                         ti         L. G. Burns                               it
102 70
do            	
do                         .i                         it         M. Beattie                                 n
92 30
do
do                         ,,                         ,,         E. W. Bickle                             ,,
71 85
do
do                       it                       M        J. Belyea                                n
65 50
do
do                           ,,                           „         E. F. Bruce, N.W.M.P.,            ,t
56 40
do
do                         ,i                         n         J. G. Bain                                  n
36 50
do
do                         ,,                         n         A. G. Brown                             n
30 70
do
do                         „                         „         T. Bell                                       ,,
36 25
do
do                         ,,      Special       ,,         C. B. Black                                ,,
200 00
do
do                         ii           ii            n         W. Brown                                  n
76 10
do
do                         it          ti            ti         — Bate                                      n
23 00
do
do                         it           ti            i,         J. R. Brown                              n
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VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN  SALARIES).-
Continued.
Vote No. 92.—Transport of Constables and Prisoners.—Continued.
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VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).-
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Vote No. 92.—Transport of Constables and Prisoners.—Continued.
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