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 BRITISH  COLUMBIA.
PUBLIC   ACCOUNTS
-FOR   THE	
FISCAL YEAR ENDED 30TH JUNE, 1900.
PEEIOD IE0M 1st JULY, 1899, TO 30th JUNE, 1900.
VICTORIA, B.C.:
Printed by Richard Wolfenden, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1901.
-  64 Vict. Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
To the Honourable Sir Henri Gustave Joly de Lotbiniere, K.C.M.G.,
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, 1900.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
J. H. TURNER,
Minister of Finance.
Treasury Department,
Victoria, 28th December, 1900.  64 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
Audit Office,
28th December, 1900.
To the Honourable J. 11. Turner,
Minister of Finance.
The undersigned has the honour to present to you the Public Accounts for the fiscal year-
ended 30th June, 1900,
Respectfully submitted.
J. A. ANDERSON, B. A.,
A uditor-General. Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900
PUBLIC  ACCOUNTS
FISCAL   YEAR   ENDED   30TH   JUNE,   1900.
TABLE   OF   CONTENTS
Page    7— Balance Sheet of the Province of British Columbia
i,        8— Debentue.es Outstanding Issued under the British Columbia Loan Acts.
ii 9— Inscribed Stock Issued under the British Columbia Loan Acts.
,i 10— Debentures Outstanding Issued under the Dyking Acts.
„ 10— Guarantees under the Railway Acts.
,i      11—        Statement,   showing  amount of Debentures of  the  Loans  1877   and   1887  redeemed by
conversion into Inscribed Stock.
,, 12— Loan, 1877 ; Sinking Fund Account.
I, 13— Loan, 1887 ; Sinking Fund Account.
I, 14— Loan, 1891 and 1893, Inscribed Stock ; Sinking Fund Account.
„ 15— Debt Account :  The Dominion of Canada in account with the Province.
i, 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.
i,      17—       Victoria  and   Sidney  Railway  Company,  in    account   with  the  Province  of British
Columbia.
ii 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.)
,, 19— do. do. from 1st July, 1886, to 30th June,  1900.    (Table No. 2.)
i, 20—       Treasurer's Financial Statement.
„ 21—       Statement showing details of "Miscellaneous Receipts."
„ 22—       District Returns of Revenue.
h 23—       Expenditure ; Summary.
ii 25-28— do. Recapitulation.
„ 29-171— do. Detailed.
ii    173-176— Appropriation and  Expenditure ; Statement showing Appropriation and Expenditure
also sums unexpended and over-expended.
ii    177-178— Unprovided Items; Statement of Services the Expenditures on which have exceeded their
Appropriation.
I,   179-180— Lapsed Balances of Appropriations. 64 Vict.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
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BCr5»g Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
DEBENTURES   OUTSTANDING.
RETURN showing the amount of Debentures outstanding, issued under the British
Columbia Loan Acts.
[To 30th June, 1900.]
O per cent.—Debentures issued under f' Loan Act, 1877," (Payable in 30 years).
Terminable,
1st July, 1907.
Date of Issue,
1st July, 1877.
(     1 to    500
"( 501 to 1,000
Denomination.
500 @ £100 )
500 @ £200 \
Total amount
issued.
£150,000 = 8727,500
Deduct Amount
redeemed by conversion under authority of Act, 1891,
for consolidating-
the Public Debt.
£54,600 = $264,810
Outstanding'
subject to
conversion.
£95,400 (n 4.85 =
4 lj % per cent.—Debentures issued tinder " Loan -Act, 1887," (Payable in 30 years).
Terminable,
1st July, 1917.
Date of Issue,
1st July, 1887.
/     1 to     200
(.201 to 1,254
Denomination.
200 @ £500 \
1,054 @£100J
Total amount
issued.
t-2O5,40O = s900.1.)O
Deduct Amount
redeemed by conversion under authority of Act,1891,
for consolidating'
the Public Debt.
£1203800 = $614,980
Outstanding-
subject to
conversion.
£78,600 @ 4.85 =
3 1/2 per cent.—Debentures issued under ii Loan Act, 1897," (Payable in 10 years).
[Parliament Building Equipment.]
Terminable,
1st July, 1907.
Date of Issue,
1st July, 1897.
Numbers.
Denomination.
$10,000
Total amount
issued.
$100,000
Amount redeemed.
§20,000
Total
Amount
outstanding.
8462,690.00
381,210.00
80,000.00
i, 900.00
J. A. ANDERSON,
A uditor-General. 64 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
INSCRIBED   STOCK   ISSUED.
RETURN   showing   the   amount of Inscribed Stock issued under the British Columbia
Loan Acts.
[To 30th June, 1900.]
3per cent.—Inscribed Stock, issued under " Loan Act, 1891" (Payable in 50 Yeras from
July 1st, 1891).
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..
1892..
1893..
1893..
1894..
1895..
1895..
1896..
1897..
1897..
Issue for Money
Loan.
£200,000 = 8970,000
Issue for redemption
of Debentures of
Loan, 1877.
£42,195 = 5
20,450 =
980 =
2,100=
2,380=
1,540=
1,820=
6,250 =
,645.75
,182.60
,753.00
,185.00
,543.00
,469.00
,827.00
,312.50
Issue for redemption
of Debentures of
Loan, 1887.
£126,750=8614,737.50
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
5,577.50
Total Issue.
£200,000® $4.85 =
168,945
33,170
980
9,350
11,755
2,040
3,820
9,850
1,150
£441,060
I 970,000.00
819,383.25
160,874.60
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 for Parliament Buildings Construction.
.£123,700 @ $4.85
3per cent.—Inscribed Stock issued under "loan Act, 1895" (Payable in, 50 Years from 1891).
Terminable
1st July, 1941.
Date of Issue,
from
1st Jan., 1895.
.£420,000® $4.85.
3 per cent.—Inscribed Stock issued under "Loan Act, 1899," (Payable in 4£ years from, 1899).
Terminable
1st July, 1941.
Date of Issue,
from
1st July, 1899.
£340,000 @ $4.85
8-2,139,141.00
599,945.00
2,037,000.00
1,649,000.00
86,425,036.00
J. A. ANDERSON,
A vditor-General. 10
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
DYKING DEBENTURES OUTSTANDING:.
RETURN showing the amount of Debentures outstanding, issued under the Dyking Acts.
[To 30th June, 1900.]
3| per cent.—Debentures issued under the "Dyking Debenture Act, 1897," the "Public
Dyking Act, 1898," and the "Public Dyking Act (1898) Amendment Act, 1899."
Date of Issue.
Date Issued from
Treasury.
Numbers.
Denomination.
When redeemable.
Total amount
outstandiug.
July 1st, 1897 ...
n           ....
n            ....
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July 1st, 1899.!!'
November 24th, 1897.
January 15th,    1898.
February 3rd,     1898.
February 9th,    1898.
Slay 16th,           1898.
December 29th, 1899.
1 to 1181
119 to 314
316 to 374 1-Act 1898.
375 to 424
425 to 47ll
1 to 200—Aets 1898
and 1899.
$1,000 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
40 years from 1st July, 1897 .
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33 years from 1st July, 1899 .
$118,000 00
196,000 00
60,000 00
50,000 00
47,000 00
200,000 00
$671,000 00
Note.—The Dyking- Districts for which the above Debentures were issued are: Pitt Meadows, Maple Ridge, Coquitlam, Matsqui,
Sumas, Chilliwack, and Glenvalley. The principal and interest, together with a sinking fund of 1$ 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. A. ANDERSON,
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, 1900.]
IN 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
$31,863 40
Note.—Against the guarantee to the Shuswap and Okanagan and Nakusp and Slocan Railways, the Province receives 40 per cent,
of the gross earnings, under agreement with the C. P. R. Co., which company is operating both lines.
J. A. ANDERSON,
A uditor- General. 64 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
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21
STATEMENT
SHOWING DETAILS  OF AMOUNT BROUGHT TO  ACCOUNT  IN   THE  REVENUE RETURN
(PAGE 22) AS " MISCELLANEOUS RECEIPTS."
Forfeiture of election deposits, 20 @ §200    	
Fees for Private Bills, Legislative Assembly	
Fees on applications for Liquor Licence, "Liquor Licence Act," ..
Fees for special meetings of Liquor Licence Commissioners
do       school teachers' examination	
do       Surveyors' examinations and certificates 	
do       copies and filing- of documents and affixing- seal	
do       filing deeds of partnership   	
do       preparing leases	
do filing certificate under section 53, " Water Clauses Act "
Fees under " Coal Mines Regulation Act"	
do " Oaths Act"	
Appointment Fees as Notaries Public	
do Queen's Counsel	
Boiler inspection fees    	
Naturalization fees	
Search fees.
Vaccination fees	
Exhumation fees, " Graveyard Act"	
Sale of Voters' Lists    	
do    maps	
" Mineral Acts" 	
Surveyor's steel tapes	
Log-Scales	
effects belonging to Mary Troy (insane) _	
Refund of part payment of $16,553.76 due by Dominion Government on account of Columbia River Protection Works
at Revelstoke	
of cost of inspecting Yukon Railway	
i, Atlin Tramway         	
unused ticket of witness, Reg. v. Vandersen, from C. P. R	
expenses in connection with arrest of Hinchley, from U. S. Government   	
ii search for body of J. Duneanson	
cost of board on mess account, Atlin	
ii      travelling library cases   	
n      action Reg. v. Deslin	
ii      telegram    :	
ii      transport of Indian to Asylum	
ii ii witness, Reg. v   Everett '.	
unearned premiums from Guarantee Companies	
over-payment on voucher ,	
damage to Vesuvius Wharf by Steamer Alert ...   	
Inland Stamp Duty in connection with " Loan, 1899 "	
part of mileage ticket	
discount on cheques	
commission on collections	
balance of incidental expenses from Boundary Bay School Trustees (school closed)    ..
ii South Cowichan n n 	
ii Bowen Island n u 	
Repayment of part of amount granted for charity	
Moneys found on dead bodies and used towards cost of interment	
Hire receipts.	
Certificates of Births, Deaths and Marriages	
Cattle Brands	
Timber brands -	
Exchange on cheques	
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
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do
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Total.
i 4,000 00
8,810 00
5,060 00
835 43
1,590 00
554 00
278 30
269 00
65 00
50 00
25 00
11 75
737 50
125 00
1,314 12
282 60
131 70
9 50
2 50
492 SO
118 05
•  87 25
70 00
57 50
7 50
10,500 00
477 25
100 00
168 90
112 30
42 00
84 00
18 00
4 20
4 50
27 25
30 00
76 00
10 55
20 00
16 00
5 20
4 40
1 88
19 42
11 85
3 50
31 00
51 10
94 75
15 00
33 00
2 00
7 91
$31,965 96
J. A.
Audit
ANDERSON,
Auditor-General.
28th December, 1900.  64 Yict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
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EXPENDITURE.
SUMMARY   OF   EXPENDITURE   FOR  THE   YEAR   ENDED
30th  JUNE,  1900.
[Period from 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.]
Total
Expenditure.
I.—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	
XI.   Revenue Services	
XII. -Public Works :—
Works and Buildings	
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    §106,206 72
Redemption of Debenture No. 2, " Loan Act, 1897       10,000 00
Net Expenditure	
§472,956
14
172,577 24
119,073
36
47,993
18
108,976
74
53,395
92
96,001
44
286,319
10
15,595
54
11,576 24
108,035
32
6,261
45
323,328 90
7,126
34
118,196 47
1,947,412 38
$1,831,205 66
Audit Office,
28th December, 1900.
J. A. ANDERSON,
A uditor-General.  64 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
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EXPENDITURE.
 o	
RECAPITULATION OF EXPENDITURE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR
ENDED 30th JUNE, 1900.
[Period fbom 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.]
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I.—Public Debt.
Interest ,	
Sinking Fund	
Premium and Exchange	
Discount and Commission	
Redemption of Debentures	
Incidental expenses of negotiating- Loan	
II.—Civil Government (Salaries).
Lieutenant-Governor's Office	
Premier of the Province	
Provincial Secretary's Department	
Department of Mines	
Department of Finance and Agriculture	
Lands and Works Department   ....
Attorney-General's     do. 	
Assessors and Collectors   	
Timber Inspectors	
Boiler Inspector	
Legislative Library 	
Temporary Assistance	
Administrative Staff, Cowichan Agency	
do. Alberni Agency	
do. Comox Agency	
do. Nanaimo Agency	
do. New Westminster Agency..
do. East Kootenay Agencies ....
do. West Kootenay Agencies	
do. Cariboo Agency	
do. Cassiar Agencies	
do. Kamloops Agency	
do. Vernon Agency	
do. Osoyoos-Kettle River Agency
do. Clinton Agency	
Mining Recording Offices	
III.—Administration of Justice (Salaries).
Supreme and County Courts	
Land Registry Offices	
Stipendiary Magistrates	
Provincial Police 	
Juvenile Reformatory	
Administrative Staff, Victoria Gaol	
do. New Westminster Gaol
do. Nanaimo Gaol	
do. Nelson Gaol	
do. Kamloops Gaol	
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 ,	
EXPENDITURE
§243,637 03
106,206 72
1,166 63
110,678 72
10,000 00
1,266 04
Carried forward.
500 00
460 00
249 20
964 43
344 43
344 87
222 47
752 10
720 00
900 00
140 00
890 01
056 00
620 00
080 00
060 00
920 00
690 00
529 58
140 00
380 00
040 00
,100 00
740 00
,500 00
.234 15
23,959 00
23,952 30
930 00
45,882 10
1,140 00
5,712 00
4,825 00
3,612 60
4,500 96
4,560 00
Total,
2,284 50
22,668 00
5,132 50
1,041 15
15,835 72
526 10
505 21
$472,955 14
119,073 36 26
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
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99
105
100
105
101
106
102
108
103
108
104
108
105
49
50
51
52
78
79
81
82
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.
Grants to Hospitals   	
Refuge Home, Victoria    ....
In aid of Resident Physician at Nicola	
do. do. lower part of Cariboo District	
do. do. 150-Mile House	
do. do. Salt Spring Island	
do. do. West Coast     	
do.     educating the deaf and dumb	
do.     destitute poor and sick	
VII.—Administration of Justice (other than Salaries).
Summoning and Paying Jurors and Witnesses	
Prosecution and Interpreters	
Expenses of Inquests	
Rewards	
Keep of Prisoners  	
Rents	
Special Constables	
Transport of Constables and Prisoners	
Medical attendance at Gaols	
Sheriff's Fees 	
Constitutional litigation and general law costs	
Transport of Lunatics and Keepers 	
Miscellaneous	
VI IL—Education.
Education Office  ■. -  	
Capitation Grants (Cities of Victoria, Vancouver, New Westminster and Nanaimo)
Teachers' Salaries	
Incidental Expenses	
IX.—Transport.
(.■barges on Remittances	
Travelling expenses of Officers on duty.
XL—Revenue Services.
Commission, Courts of Appeal, Travelling Expenses, and Miscellaneous .
XII.—Public Works (Works and Buildings.)
Repairs to Government Buildings, Victoria	
do. do. New Westminster   ....
do. do. Vancouver    ...
do. do. Nanaimo	
do. do. Yale District, North Riding	
do. do. do. East       do	
do. do. do. West      do	
do. do. Lillooet District	
do. do. Cariboo District	
do. do. East Kootenay District, North Riding..   ..
do. do. do. do.      South Riding	
do. do. West Kootenay    do.      Revelstoke Riding
do. do. do. do.      Nelson Riding....
do. do. do. do.      Slocan Riding
do. do. Alberni District	
do. do. Comox District	
Provincial Home, Kamloops	
Asylum for the Insane	
Furniture for Government Offices throughout the Province	
Improvement of Government Reserves ,	
Gaol at Victoria (repairs)	
Carried forward	
expenditure
$30,748 89
1,999 24
3,328 79
60,773 72
12,126 10
41,852 50
1,000 00
400 0C
166 66
300 00
200 00
500 00
1,560 00
7,416 76
15,262
6,003 40
2,647 30
45 00
20,839 12
1,809 20
13,083 75
20.199 59
1,254 00
2,302 70
9,378 79
2,000 60
2,175 27
11,165
61,787 46
196,077 00
17,288 71
1,076 09
14,519 45
1,727 70
329 07
305 16
450 88
140 52
600 68
58 35
127 10
427 22
2 25
444 06
538 14
433 71
19 75
91 04
176 21
509 51
12,885 00
4,166 08
3,068 28
511 17
Total.
$812,598 92
108,976 74
286,319 10
11,576 24
27,011 88' 1,384,463 ! 64 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
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So Vote
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
Brought forward.
XII.—Public Works (Works and Buildings).—Concluded.
Gaol at New Westminster (repairs)	
do.     Kamloops do	
Government Buildings at Atlin and Bennett	
Lockups	
Public Schools throughout the Province (construction and repairs).
Moving Court House, Donald to Golden	
Court House, Victoria (alterations and repairs)	
Protection Works, Quesnel River	
Court House, Rossland    	
Registry Office, Nelson	
XII.—Public Works (Government House, Victoria).
Repairs to Building
Furniture	
Fuel and Light
Water
Improving Grounds	
Fencing            	
Gardener	
Miscellaneous (including rent of Fairfield Estate, §48.50).
XII.—Public Works (Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves).
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167
Road Superintendents	
North Victoria District  	
South Victoria District	
Esquimalt District	
Cowichan District	
Alberni District	
North Nanaimo District	
South Nanaimo District	
Nanaimo City District (not in municipal limits)
Comox District	
Westminster District -	
Yale District—North Riding	
do. East Riding	
do. West Riding	
Lillooet District—East Riding	
do. West Riding	
Cariboo District	
East Kootenay District—North Division	
do. South Division	
West Kootenay District—Revelstoke Riding
do. Slocan Riding	
do. Nelson Riding	
do. Rossland Riding	
Cassiar District	
.Main Trunk Road, Cariboo	
Victoria-Nanaimo Trunk Road	
Nanaiino-Alberni Trunk Road	
Nanaimo-Comox Trunk Road	
Road
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Trail
do.
do.
do.
do.
Otter Point.
Goldstream .
Duncan to Cowichan Lake	
West Forks Kettle River (construction)	
Main Kettle River	
150-Mile House to Quesnel Forks	
do. Horsefly	
Forks to Keithley Creek ,	
Fire Valley and Galena Bay	
Ucluelet from Spring's Wharf	
Ucluelet-Clayoquot	
Bear River to Clayoquot	
Springer Creek	
Wilson Creek	
Carpenter Creek	
Bridge, Courtenay (Comox District)    ....
Road and bridge Illecillewaet River	
Bridge, Sproat River, Alberni	
Trout Lake and Ferguson Road	
Wharf, Texada Island	
do.    Cortez Island	
Bridge, Quesnel Forks   	
Wharf, Galiano Island	
do.    Moresby Island   	
Ferry Subsidy, Soda Creek .'   	
do. Chimney Creek	
do. Canoe Creek	
do. Thompson River (Kamloops)	
do. Savona	
do. Spence's Bridge	
do. Fraser River (near 20-Mile Post, Pavilion)
EX1>EX[>1TURE
$27,011 88
186 93
119 63
9,999 36
2,648 59
22,569 90
2,824 72
19,497 03
4,119 .51
11,711 53
7,346 24
602 41
3,301 14
702 60
143 90
181 20
109 80
600 00
720 40
$1,384,463 90
108,035 32
Carried forward  1,822;
4,447 30
3,868 22
8,456 05
10,697 29
3,523 39
5,026 74
3,894 01
7,279 77
998 91
6,364 27
28,163 61
12,917 81
18,197 68
12,056 04
4,757 20
5.063 40
9,858 32
8,999 05
9,032 50
18,433 29
15,513 17
12,960 91
15,298 95
12,372 89
23,799 00
1,681 86
2,263 66
6,996 12
98S 04
397 50
506 95
5,000 51
4,000 49
2,086 70
1,284 10
775 63
809 15
760 00
999 99
1,500 00
2,588 94
719 48
750 25
4,885 66
6,652 10
1,967 45
7.4S3
1,584 87
323 77
803 90
249 05
297 99
500 00
500 00
600 00
900 00
600 00
600 00
300 00
6,261 45 28
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
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No Vote
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No Vote
Service.
Brought forward	
XII.—Public Works (Surveys).
Surveys throughout the Province	
XIII.—Miscellaneous.
Advertising	
Stationery 	
Postage and Expressage.
Telegrams	
Fuel and Light   	
Library—Legislative ....
do.      Departmental.
do. Travelling ....
Refunds .
Premium on Guarantee Bonds
Fire Department, Victoria ....
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Nanaimo
New Westminster
Vancouver	
Barkerville	
Kamloops	
Golden	
Nelson	
Vernon	
Rossland 	
Revelstoke	
Kaslo	
Union	
Quesnel	
Steveston	
Wellington 	
Trail	
Fort Steele	
Sandon 	
Grand Forks	
Ashcroft	
Atlin	
Agricultural Societies	
Fruit Growers' Association	
Dairymen's Association	
In aid of Farmers' Institutes	
Telephone Service	
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
Lithographing maps	
Provincial Board of Health    	
Poultry Shows	
Provincial Exhibit at Paris Exhibition	
Contingencies, Atlin and Bennett Districts	
Miscellaneous (not detailed in Estimates)	
Superannuation	
Agent-General, London	
Gratuity to wife of the late J. E. Gaynor	
Interest on deposits "Suitors' Fund Act, 1890"...
Canadian Riflemen's Building, Bisley	
Immigration	
Expenditure
1,75
16,770
8,113
2,886
8,476
906
635
250
10,384
839
250
250
250
250
250
250
100
150
100
150
150
100
100
100
150
150
100
100
100
150
100
500
4,500
1,000
600
2,694
1,936
4,000
2,307
600
400
466
982
900
595
12,781
200
4,034
7,827
11,585
1,203
1,000
480
1,979
200
1,200
1,822,0
57
7,126 34
118,196 47
1,947,412 38
Audit Office,
28th December, 1900.
J. A. ANDERSON,
A uditor- General. 64 Vict        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
29
DETAILED   EXPENDITURE.
STATEMENT showing the Expenditure, as brought to account in the Treasury
Department, on account ol- the Province of British Columbia, for the Fiscal Year
ended 30th June, 1900.
[Pekiod from 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.]
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
It   cts.
$ *cts.
C, London ..
do.     ..
do.     ..
do.     ..
do. ..
Victoria..
London..
Victoria..
Trustees
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.     ...
do	
C., Victoria..
C., London ..
C., London ..
do.     ..
, Currie & Co.
I.—PUBLIC DEBT.
oan Act, 1877
do.       1887
do.       1891
do.       1893
do.        1895
do.        1897
do.        1899
27,761 40
17,154 45
64,174 23
17,998 35
61,110 00
2,800 00
49,470 00
3,168 60
Bank of B.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Vote No. 1.—Interest.
12 mos'. interest <g 6 %. on $462,690.00,                                                 L
12         do.                 4J    „      381,210.00
12         do.                 3      „   2,139,141.00
12         do.                 3      „      599,945.00
12         do.                 3      ,,   2,037,000.00
12         do.                 3J    „        80,000.00
12         do.                 3      ,,   1,649,000.00
Vote No. 2.—Sinking Fund.
2% 12 mos. ending 30th June, 1900, on S 462,690.00
2J         do.              30th June, 1900, on   381,210.00
1           do.              30th June, 1900, on 2,139,141.00
1           do.              30th June, 1900, on   599,945,00
1             do.                30th June, 1900, on 2,037,000.00
1            do.                30th June, 1900, on 1,649,000.00
Accrued interest on Sinking Fund Investments,
Do.                                    do.
Do.                                           (Inscribed Stock) Loans 1891, 1
Vote No. 3.— Premium and Kxcltange.
Exchange on remittances to London for Sinking Fund, Interest, &
Vote No. 4z.—Discount and Commission.
Paid commission, &c., in London in negotiating Loan 1899, as folio
Loan Act, 1877
do.      1887
do.      1891
do.       1893
do.       1895
do.       1899
do.       1877
do.       1887
393, 1895 & 1899
243,637 03
B. C. Loan
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
9,253 80
8,577 22
21,391 40
5,999 46
20,370 00
10,490 00
10,084 68
4,012 18
10,027 98
Bank of B.
1,166 63
Bank of B.
ws:—
$16,490 00
41,600 13
65,807 59
451 93
1,940 00
Bankers' fee, \% on £340,000 	
8,245 00
.    4,122 50
Sundry persons on rebate of pre-payment of calls on £3,125
303 13
10,306 25
Less premium on exchange from London on portion of Lot
£276,490 10s. remitted to Victoria, netted above par	
Discount on £340.000. Loan 1899. sold in London (S 96	
56 06
43,623 01
n on
2,022 88
Bank of B.
Do.
Glyn, Mills
Annual charge for paying interest, inscribing and transferring stock, £400	
109,799 65
351,010 38 30
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
TO WHOM PAID,
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$     CtS.
Glyn, Mills, Currie & Co
B.C. Loan Trustees....
Do. do	
Agent-General, London.
Joan 0. Dunsmuir	
Bank of B. C, London .
Agent-General, London.
T. R. E. Mclnnes	
G. Marsh	
C. Jenner	
Hon. C. A. Sernlin ....
Hon. J. Martin	
Roberta Nason	
C. B. Sword.  	
B. R. Atkins	
G. H. Cross	
R. E. Gosnell   ...
Hon. C. A. Semlin ....
Hon. G. W. Beebe	
Hon. J. D. Prentice ...
A. Campbell Reddie ..
J. K. Worsfold	
H. S. T. Henderson ...
A. Holmes 	
J Bartlett	
J. A. Northcott	
A. Manson	
Do        	
D. Graham	
Hon. J. F. Hume	
Hon. Smith Curtis	
Hon. Richard McBride
W. F. Robertson	
H. Carmichael	
M. Richardson 	
W. Engelhardt	
S. Norman	
T. Morgan 	
J. McGregor	
Brought forward	
PUBLIC DEBT— Concluded.
Vote No. 4.—Discount and Commission.—Concluded.
Stamps on Dividend Warrants, &c	
Commission on investment of Sinking Funds, £ %	
Brokerage and stamps on investment of Sinking Funds...
Do. do. stock purchased for investment.
Vote No. 5.—Redemption of Debentures.
Payment of Debenture No. 2, " Parliament Building Equipment Act"	
No Vote .—Incidental Expenses of Negotiating Loan.
Advertising, printing, cablegrams, &c.
Solicitors' and notaries' fees	
n.-ClVLL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).
Vote No.  6. —Lieutenant- Governor's Office.
Private Secretary  12 months @ $100
Messenger     3 M 25
Do     9 „ 25
Vote No.  7.—Premier of the Province.
Premier   ...
Do	
Typewriter .
Secretary...
Do.
Do.
Do.     ..
months.
3i       „      	
12 months @ $30
2 ,, 100
5 mos. & 1 d. 100
3 mos. & 29 d. 100
Vote No. 8.—Provincial Secretary's Department.
Provincial Secretary     8 months @ $333.33
Do.              '        2 23/31,, 333.33
Do.                         J         „ 333.33
Deputy do.                 12           „ 166.66
Chief Clerk    12          ,, 100
Clerk   12           n 75
(Capitol Huildings' Attendants.)
Chief Janitor and Messenger     12 months  @ $81.00
Janitor  12 „ 50
Do   12 ,. 50
Engineer    10 4/30   n 65
Do.       overtime, 53A hours @ 40 cents    	
Fireman  12 n 50
Vote No. 9.—Department of Mines.
Minister of Mines	
Do	
Do	
Mineralogist  12
Assayer  12
Secretary  12
Clerk   12
Caretaker  12
Inspector of Coal Mines  12
Do. Metalliferous Mines  12
Carried forward.
8 months
3A
@ $333.33
333.33
333.33
333.33
110.00
100.00
60.00
40.00
150 00
125.00
109,799 I
66 40
527 52
204 64
80 51
1,234 52
31 52
1,200 00
75 00
225 00
666 66
291 66
360 00
200 00
503 25
396 75
41 68
2,666 66
919 33
111 11
2,000 00
1,200 00
900 00
972
01
600
OC
600
01
658
7f
21
4f
600 00
2,666 66
1,166 66
111 11
4,000 00
1,320 00
1,200 00
720 00
480 00
1,800 00
1,500 00
110,678 72
10,000 00
1,266 04
472,!
1,500 00
11,249 20
14,964 43
30,173 03 64 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
31
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
cts.
Hon F Carter-Cotton ...
Hon C S Ryder	
Hon J C Brown	
Hon J H Turner	
A Flett	
HAS Morley	
C RNairne	
J Flett   	
H Finlavson	
J McB Smith.
J A Anderson
D Irwin	
W J Goepel.
J R Anderson
R M Palmer .
J Gibbins....
Hon J Stuart Yates
Hon W C Wells	
W SGore	
F C Gamble	
B H John 	
T C Boulton	
G V Cuppage 	
W Gordon	
S Phipps	
T E Wooldridge  ...
H Cathcart	
E B McKay	
T Bamf ord"	
T A Pope	
C H Cookson	
A Gore	
N O'Brian	
G Goddard	
Hon J Martin	
Hon Alex Henderson
Hon D M Eberts ....
H A Maclean	
OCBass	
H Crane	
E I Nicholson 	
C Booth	
C W Jenkinson
WO Carter....
M Bate	
Brought forward	
II.-CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES)-C«mMwMetf.
Vote No. 10.—Department of Finance and Agriculture.
(Treasury.)
Minister of Finance	
Do. 	
Do. 	
Do. 	
Deputy Minister of Finance .
Clerk 	
Do	
Do	
Typewriter	
months @ $333.33
333.33
1 12/31
12
12
12
12
12
333.33
333.33
200
115
100
85
40
(Audit. Office.)
Auditor-General  12 months @ $190
Auditor   12 ,,          140
Clerk  12 ,,           100
Inspector of all offices  12 n           150
(Agricidturul Uranch.)
Secretary   12 months @ $ 85
Inspector of Fruit Pests  12 M 120
do Animals      8 n 100
Vote No. 11.—Lands and Works Department.
Chief Commissioner  3,V month
do                 |
Deputy   do                 12
Public Works Engineer  12
Chief Clerk  12
Clerk  12
do      12
do      12
do   of Records      12
Book-keeper ...         12
Stenographer and Typewriter.
Chief Draughtsman	
Draughtsman	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Clerk and Messenger	
Clerk   	
12
12
12
11 27-31
12
12
12
12
8$333.33
333.33
200
200
125
85
85
76
95
100
95
110
100
100
95
75
25
25
Vote No. 12.—Attorney-General's Department.
Attorney-General     4 11-30 months @ $333.33
6 25-31
Deputy Attorney-General  12"
Stenographer  10
Clerk     .,,,.  12
Typewriter     2
333.33
333.33
200
95
75
40
Vote No. 13.—Assessors and Collectors.
(Victoria.)
Assessor and Supervisor of Rolls  12 months @ $150
Assistant Assessor  12 ,r 115
Olerk    12 n 75
(Nanaimo.)
Assessor and Collector  12 months @ $115
Carried forward	
2,666 66
332 64
478 47
166 66
2,400 00
1,380 00
1,200 00
1,020 00
480 00
2,280 00
1,680 00
1,200 00
1,800 00
1 020 00
1,440 00
800 00
1,166 66
111 11
2,400 00
2,400 00
1,500 00
1,020 00
1,020 00
900 00
1,140 00
1,200 00
1,140 0d
1,320 00
1,200 00
1,187 00
1,140 00
900 00
300 00
300 00
1,456 99
2,268 80
166 68
2,400 00
950 00
900 00
80 00
1,800 00
1,380 00
900 00
20,344 87
S,222 47 32
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$   cts.
Brought forward	
H.-CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARlES).-CW*i««erf.
Vote No. 13.—Assessors and Collectors.—Concluded.
(New Westminster.)
C C Fisher 	
J B Kennedy .Assistant Assessor
J J Johnston  Collector Revenue Tax
W L Fagan ..
A R Steacy ..
W O Herald .
G A Bessell  .
C Phair..
H Hunter.,
F C Lang.
A C Nelson ...
Mabel Secord.
M Beattie
J C Tunstall.
J Keen	
C W H Sanders .
DC Kurtz	
Do 	
Do 	
G A Carney	
J Kirkup ...
J E Hooson.
E Job	
F G Fauquier.
J D Lauder.
R J Skinner .
J R Martin ..
J Murray
Assessor and Collector   12 months (ct $120
   12 „ 90
  12 ii 85
(Vancouver.)
Assessor and Collector.
Clerk	
do    	
do   	
12 months @ $120
1 i, 60
1 14-31 ,, 60
5 „ 60
(Lillooet.)
Assessor and Collector  12 months @ $ 70
(Granite Creek.)
Assessor and Collector  12 months @ $ 50
(Golden.)
Assessor and Collector  12 months @ $ 65
(Fort Steele.)
Assessor and Collector  12 months @ $ 80
Typewriter  7           ,,            30
(Ashcroft.)
Assessor and Collector  12 months @ $100
(Kamloops.)
Assessor and Collector  12 months @ $ 50
(Vernon.)
Assessor and Collector  12 months @ $ 90
(Kaslo.)
Assessor and Collector  10 months @ $ 75
Clerk     2          „           100
do and Deputy Assessor and Collector   1           n            90
do                     h                             ,  9          ,,            75
do                     ,i                             ,i            2           ,,            85
do     10           „             60
(Rossland.)
Assessor and Collector       12 months (S) $ 80
Clerk ,  12          „            76
do    12          ,,            65
(Nakusp.)
Collector  12 months @ $ 35
(Nicola.)
Collector  lOi months @ $100
Vote No. 14.—Provincial Umber Inspectors.
Inspector  12 months @ $130
Assistant Timber Inspector  12           i,            80
Forest Ranger  12          ,.           100
Vote No. 14a.—Boiler Inspector.
Inspector steam boilers  12 months @ $ 75
Carried forward	
1,440 00
1,080 00
1,020 00
1,440 00
60 00
87 10
300 00
960 00
210 00
1,080
00
750 00
200
Of
90
OC
675
OC
170
01
600 00
960
00
900 0C
780
01
420 00
1,560 00
960 00
1,200 00
23,752 10
3,720 00
900 00
107,457 50 64
Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, L899, to 30th June, 1900.
33
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  ets.
cts.
EOS Scholefield .
A Stewart	
J K Campbell.
E Nicholson   ..
do
M Glover 	
H N Barron ...
A Hood	
A M Jones ..   .
W Gordon	
E Mallandaine
R J Fell	
F Tatham	
L H Fullager . .
do
B C Janion ....
W McNeill ....
A McKav	
RB Punnett...
M G Phipps ...
H C Nuttall .. .
H M Yates	
F L Wilmer....
D R Irvine ....
G B Kitto 	
H Howard...
W O Herald .. .
G A Bessell ...
A R Steacy .   ..
W Murray	
J A Monteith.
R H Parkinson
H L Tarbit ....
F C Beer 	
L Newitt .   ...
E Fisher 	
A P Morris....
M M Howe	
G A Carney	
C C Daly .".	
J Hislop..  ....
Mabel Secord..
J Clark	
G A Clothier...
G A Keating...
L Garrison	
H Brown	
R Patrick	
J MacKay	
FS Gardiner.. .
H Young	
W G Paxton
do
A G Lear	
do       	
J O Walsh ...
J D Graham ...
H Cancellor	
W H Vickers ...
do
C E Hamilton ..
W Smythe	
R Atkins 	
W D Armstrong
A H Haldich .   .
L M Bowron	
W V Bowron
H C Major	
H P MacMartin,
E L Kirkland ...
W Dodd	
Brought forward	
II.-CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARlES).-Co»<ira«etJ.
Vote No. 15.—Legislative Library.
Librarian  12 months @ $ 75
Messenger  12 n 20
Vote No. 10.—Temporary Assistance.
Sur
vices in
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Education Office,
ii
Attorney-General's Dep't.
Lands and Works Dep't,
Legislative Library,
Agricultural Department, ,,
Land Registry Office, ,,
Treasury Department,
Minister of Mines Dep't,
Victoria (overtime $4.70) 2 months @
  714-30
  H
  1
  1 4-31
  6 21-31
4Jds. @$2; 5ds.
.. 3J days @
..20 „
.5 „
$ 75
40
40
50
76
75
@2.50
3
  1 „
  3 29-311.
  12 days
5§ mos. @ $15; 4£ months u
  6 13-30,,
  2 7-31   „
  413-30 ii
(overtime $49.60) 4 21-31T,
(       „ 51     ) 2 6-31   „
  2 20-31 „
Provincial Police Office,      ,i  17 days
Assessor's Office,       Vancouver, 13 days @ $3;        3  months
,i n       104        ,i      2.50;    3 „
„ n      5
Supreme & County Courts n 13 days @ $2 ;   5 ,t
Government Office, Fairview  54*   days
,, ,i      7" „
n n      4
,i Grand Forks..20 days@$3;   1   month
ii ii      6* ,i
days
Kamloops, 21 days @$2.50;   9^
ii   77
Kaslo
2   months
ii      8 days
Fort Steele     4 7-15 mos.
ii      2 days
Rossland     6 2-5 months
ii            12 days
Atlin   54J ,,
ii          59" ,,
   41 ,,
, 270 ,,
ii           51 H -
 ....256 ii
ii          23J
ii      ...(with board). 198 n
,,       ... ii 94 ,,
ii         26
ii      Paid clerks for overtime.
ii        5i   days
,i      .. .(with board). 70          n
,,        54          ,,
Golden          43|          ,,
Revelstoke	
Barkerville  17
New Westminster  26^
Yale.
Carried forward.
76
20
2.50
20
75
60
30
75
75
76
2-60
60
60
60
60
2.50
2.50
2.50
60
60
3
3
2.50
50
3.
30
2
65
2.50
4
2
2
4
2
4
2.50
3
2.50
900 00
240 00
154 70
298 05
50 00
50 15
84 00
501 00
104 80
22 00
9 75
20 85
10 00
218 00
75 00
78 50
30 00
174 70
482 50
132 50
133 00
399 75
213 10
198 40
45 50
42 50
219 00
440 00
300 00
276 00
136 25
17 50
10 00
120 00
390 00
81 00
231 00
15 00
100 00
87 10
24 00
134 00
4 00
415 15
30 00
218 00
118 00
82 00
540 00
102 00
512 00
94 00
396 00
188 00
248 00
52 00
365 00
22 00
140 00
216 00
108 75
16 00
10 50
65 00
20 00
34 00
163 16
78 75
18 00
50 00
7 50
1,140 00
10,423 41 108,597 50 34
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$  cts.
E S Jackson	
T A Mills	
E S Tuck 	
J A Bate	
T R Davey	
F Holten	
W D Armstrong .
F T Abey	
J Walff	
J Maitland-Dougall..
T Fletcher.
A L Smith
W Mitchell.
M Bray	
G Thomson.
J Sage 	
D Robson 	
A Shepherd    	
J Mahony     	
W A Dashwood-Jones .
J E Griffith...
J Stirrett...
C E Hamilton
J F Armstrong .
A L McDermott
R A Fraser	
J F Smith	
E C Miller .......
J A Turner
A Sproat 	
H W Wright...
F W Laing
J C McLennan .
G Young 	
J Harwood
Brought forward	
II.-CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES)-C<m*m«e«7.
Vote No. 16.—Temporary Assistance.—Concluded.
Services in Assessor's Office,
do Government Office,
do ii
do ,,
do i,
do
do
do ,,
do ,.
Vernon     5   days    @
Nelson  36
Nanaimo ...
Trout Lake
32i
39"
4
4
18
per mo. 70
2.50
2.50
2.50
per mo. 65
2.50
2
M New Denver   43
Vote No. 17.—Administrative Staff, Cowichan Agency.
Acting Government Agent   12 months @ $ 88
Vote No. 18.—Administrative Staff, Alberni Agency.
Government Agent  12 months @ $ 75
Clerk    12 „ 60
Vote No. 19.—Administrative Staff, Comox Agency.
Government Agent  12 months @ $ 90
Vote No. 20.—Administrative Staff, Nanaimo Agency.
Government Agent and Gold Commissioner  1-2 months @ $115
Clerk    12 ,, 9u
Caretaker  12 ,i 50
Vote No. 21.—Administrative Staff, New  Westminster Agency.
Government Agent      12 months @ $150
Assistant     n   12 n 100
Clerk   12 ,, 85
Janitor and messenger  12 n 75
Vote No. 22.—Administrative Staff, Fast Kootenai/ Agencies.
(Northern Division—Donald Agency.)
Government Agent       12 months @ $100
Clerk and Collector     2 16-30 it 90
Clerk  ,     5 ,, 50
(Southern Division—Fort Steele Agency.)
Government Agent         12 months @ $135
Clerk     2 16-30,, 60
do  12 ,, 50
do         8| „ 60
do         2 „ 60
Vote No.' 23.—Administrative Staff, West Kootenay Agencies.
(Nelson Agency.)
Government Agent    S months @ $150
Gold Commissioner, New Denver    8 days 125
Clerk         5 months 75
do      12           „ 70
do         7           „ 75
Janitor     2           n 55
do        10           i, 55
Carried ftrrward	
15 00
108 00
75 85
97 50
18 75
10 CO
10 50
45 00
86 00
900 00
720 00
1,380 00
1,080 00
600 00
1,800 00
1,200 00
1,020 00
900 00
1,200 00
228 00
250 00
1,620 00
152 00
600 00
520 00
120 00
1,200 00
33 33
375 00
840 00
525 00
110 00
550 00
10,890 01
1,620 00
3,060 00
4,920 00
4,690 00
135,913 51 64 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
35
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
H N Coursier ...
B R Atkins	
C Cao   	
E Edwards	
J Bowron	
J L B McLain    .
W Stephenson .
J Murphy . ...
A H Stephenson
F W Valleau ...
J Porter	
J D Graham ....
J Flewin	
GC Tunstall....
E Morris	
L Norris 	
C E Costerton ..
CAR Lambly..
J R Brown	
F Soues 	
C Phair 	
M Beattie	
S R Almond ....
F Fraser	
G Goldie	
J R Brown	
Brought forward.	
II.-CIVIL GOVERNMENT (8ALA-Rim).-Continued.
Vote No. 23.—Administrative Staff, West Kootenay Agencies.—
Concluded.
(Revelstoke Agency.)
Government Agent  12 months @ $115
Clerk lOi days® $2.50; 2           „            65
Janitor  9 7-30   ,,            30
do              2 24-31,,             30
Vote No. 24.—Administrative Staff, Cariboo Agencies.
(Barkerville Agency.)
Government Agent and Gold Commissioner  12 months @ $150
Caretaker  12 ,, 10
(Forks Quesnelle Agency,)
Government Agent         8 months @ $110
do      4 ,, 110
Clerk      8 ,i 50
(Omineca Agency.)
Government Agent         12 months @ $125
Vote No. 25.—Administrative Staff, Cassiar Agencies.
(Telegraph Creek Agency.)
Government Agent, Telegraph Creek  12 months @ $125
(Atlin Agency.)
Government Agent, Atlin  12 months @ $150
(Skeena Agency.)
Government Agent, Port Simpson  12 months @ $ 90
Vote No. 20.—Administrative Staff, Kamloops Agency.
Government Agent  12 months @ $125
Janitor  12 ,, 45
Vote No. 27.—Administrative Staff,   Vernon Agency.
Government Agent   12 months @ $125
Clerk  12- ,i 50
Vote No. 28.—Administrative Staff, Osoyoos-Kettle River Agency.
Gold Commissioner, Fairview  12 months @ $100
Clerk, „         12 „ 45
Vote No. 29.—Administrative Staff, Clinton Agency.
Government. Agent  12 months @ $125
Vote No. 30.—Mining Recording Offices.
Mining Recorder, Lillooet     12 months @ $40
do              Kamloops  12 M 40
do              Grand Forks  12 ,, 80
do              Trout Lake and Revelstoke   12 n 75
do              Windermere       12 „ 65
do              Fairview  12 „ 30
Carried forward	
3,633 33
135,913 51
1,380 00
156 25
277 00
83 00
1,800 00
120 00
880 00
440 00
400 00
1,500 00
1,800 00
1,080 00
1,500 00
540 00
1,500 00
600 00
1,200 00
540 00
480 00
480 00
960 00
900 00
780 00
360 00
3,960 00
5,529 58
5,140 00
1,740 00
1,500 00
168,343 09 36
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
cts.
$    cts.
J Kirkup	
J Keen	
W J Rant
T D DesBrisay
D A McBeath'.
J C McLennan
H Wright ..
H P Christie ..
F G Fauquier.
H Hunter ...
W G McMynn.
L W Patmore.
A Mclnnes ...
W G Paxton ..
E W Bickle ...
J MacKay	
H Young	
A G Lear	
B H T Drake....
H Combe	
A Keast	
W P Marchant  .
G McKay	
J W Bland	
E Bayntun	
J Gilbert	
Q D H Warden..
L J Seymour....
J J Cambridge .
D Whiteside
A E Beck	
J 0 Dockerill...
A D King	
S B Green   	
B1 S Dobson	
F Evans	
E T H Simpkins
T A Mills	
F Schofield	
HR Townsend.
H Stanton	
A Mclnnes	
Alex. Sproat. ..
J Keen	
Brought forward	
II.-CIVIL GOVERNMENT ®&L&RW8).-Comcluded.
Vote No. 30.—Mining Recording Offices.—Concluded.
Mining Recorder, Rossland     12 months @
Clerk,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Kaslo .
Lake Bennett.
10
5
Nelson    4
,,              5
     7
   12
   12
   12
     12
....    12
  12
Slocan City	
Nakusp 	
Princeton and Granite Creek	
Greenwood and Midway	
Fort Steele	
New Denver	
Atlin    11 days @ $85
ii        11  months 6:
ii  91  davs @
i.        91
ti           1 month @
III.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (SALARIES).
$50
40
125
125
100
70
85
75
60
40
ICO'
80
65
per mo.
i  $85
2
2
60
Vote No. 31.—Supreme and County Courts.
(Victoria.)
District Registrar  12 months @ $166.66
Registrar County Court  12           M 100
Deputy Registrar Supreme and Countv Courts  12           t, 100
Clerk,                                               i,                             8 29-30,i 60
Stenographer to Judges  12           M 35
Janitor     12          11 60
2nd Janitor  12           ,, 60
Official Stenographer  9           „ 125
do                   1 week (S> $100 per mo.; 17-10   ,, 125
do                    1           ,, 125
(New Westminster.)
Registrar, etc  12 months @ $110
Janitor and messenger   12           ,, 40
(Vancouver.)
12 months @ $166.C
75
65
60
60
125
Registrar, etc 	
Deputy Registrar  12
Clerk  12
Janitor  12
do        12
Official Stenographer  12
(Nelson.)
Registrar, etc  12 months @ $100
Deputy Registrar     2 15-31 ,, 75
(Rossland.)
Registrar, etc  12 months @ $100
Deputy Registrar  12 n 85
(Nanaimo.)
Registrar, etc  12 months @ $95
(New Denver.)
Registrar, etc   12 months @ $25
do   allowance in lieu of notice
(Kaslo.)
Registrar, etc  10 months @ $25
Carried forward	
6C0 00
400 00
625 00
875 0i
400 00
350 00
695 00
9C0 00
720 01
480 00
1,200 00
980 00
780 00
30 15
935 00
182 00
182 00
60 00
2,000 CO
1,200 0 i
1,200 00
538 00
420 00
720 00
720 00
1,125 00
234 70
125 00
1,320 00
480 00
2,000 00
900 00
780 00
720 00
720 00
1,500 00
1,200 00
186 30
1,200 00
1,020 00
1,140 00
300 00
10 00 64 Vict.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
37
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$ cts.
F C Lang	
G W Chadsey
do
E M N Woods
S Y Wootton...
EM Fort	
G Simon	
G W Aikman . .
F H Lang ... .
J H Austin .  ..
J S Byrn 	
R B Punnett ..
W Wilson	
T 0 Townley ..
F X Martin.   .
F W Hartley...
H J Sharp	
V J R Christian
S. J. Hone	
J E Gaynor....
CEHolt	
RTF Granger.
W H Edmonds
J Macdonald ..
W B Charles ..
P S Lampman
R A Anderson
G Pittendrigh
J T Walbran .
F S Hussey..
J M Langley.
W R Atkins .
do
F Murray	
S H Hoskins.
D Campbell .
II Mclndoo ..
V W Stewart
R B Halhed .
G Cassidy ...
H F M Jones
J H Kvarno .
J Kirby	
C A Cox	
F S Spain   ..
Brought forward	
HI-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (SALARIES).-Continued.
Vote No. 31.—Supreme and County Co***'**.—Concluded.
(Golden.)
Registrar, etc  12 months @ $25
(Chilliwack.)
Registrar, etc         6 months @ $50
do      6 „ 25
(Atlin.)
Registrar, etc  12 months @ $100
Vote No. 32.—Land Registry Offices.
(Victoria.)
Registrar Joint Stock Companies  12 months @ $200
Chief Clerk  12
Clerk
do
do
do
do
do
12
12
5
12
12
2
145
100
90
90
75
70
75
100
Book-keeper  12
(Vancouver.)
Registrar of Titles  12 months @ $190
Chief Clerk   12           „           125
Clerk  12          i,            95
do   12          ,,            90
do   10£         ,,            60
do   10 11-31 i.            60
(New Westminster.)
Registrar  11 months @ $160
Chief Clerk  12           ,,          125
Clerk  12           „            90
(Kamloops.)
Registrar  7J months @ $120
Chief Clerk  4          ,,          110
Clerk  12          „            90
Vote No. 33.—Stipendiary Magistrates.
Stipendiary Magistrate, County of Victoria  12 months @ $33.33
do                               ii        Vancouver  12           „ 20.83
do                               i,        Westminster  12           „ 20.83
-   do                            ii        West Coast  6          n 5
Vote. No. 34.—Provincial Police.
Superintendent of Provincial Police, Victoria  12 months @ $125
Sergeant,
do
Constable,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
,, „       5
Victoria     6
„         12
,,       and Plumper's Pass  12
Esquimalt    .... 12
Nanaimo  12
  12
   12
Chemainus	
Oyster Bay  8
Shoal Bay  12
Ucluelet  12
Port Essington  12
Alberni  12
Clayoquot  12
Carried forward	
80
80
70
65
60
60
68
60
60
60
80
30
65
60
60
300 00
300 00
150 00
1,200 00
2,400 00
1,740 00
1,200 00
1,080 00
450 00
900 00
840 00
160 00
1,200 00
2,280 00
1.500 00
1,140 00
1,080 00
631 00
621 30
1,760 00
1,500 00
1,080 00
880 00
440 00
1,080 00
400 00
250 00
250 00
30 00
1,500 00
480 00
400 00
420 00
780 00
720 00
720 00
816 00
720 00
720 00
480 00
960 00
360 00
780 00
720 00
720 00
23,952 30
930 00
11,296 00 48,841 30 38
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$  cts
P Woollaeott	
J Baird	
J Thompson	
C Campbell	
R B Lister	
D Stepheson	
JFSayre	
W Dodd	
M Beattie 	
A McRae ...  	
W H Bullock-Webster .
S A Kelly 	
S Redgrave	
J T Black 	
L R Forbes	
C W Young	
G Turner	
G Sumner	
J Wilson	
I Taylor	
W C Forrester	
A Forrester	
J N Nolan	
W J Devitt	
J H Doyle	
W Robinson	
H W Barnes	
D G Cox	
RBullick	
R Piper	
A McLeod	
F R Morris	
L G Burns	
D J Darraugh .......
J A Dinsmore 	
G Cunningham	
R Gardom	
E C Simmons	
C Winter	
R Ferguson  	
G Mitchell	
F Rose	
J McKen     ..
D H Anderson	
J G Bain	
T C Hunter	
A McKinlay	
E W Bickle	
H W Heal	
C H Woodw-ard	
TD DesBrisay	
W H Hodgson	
E W Shaw	
WOwen	
C H Woodward	
W Owen	
A D Drummond   ..
C Cameron	
J A Pelkey	
M McLean	
R E Hanson .
W J Bowden.
R F John ...
E J Parsons
J Hunter...
J Mellon ...
A Thomas ..
Brought forward	
III.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (SALARIES).-C<m*«i»ed.
Vote No. 34.—Provincial Police.—Concluded.
Constable,
do
do
do
Chief Constable,
Constable,
do
do
do
do
Chief Constable,
Constable,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Alert Bay .
Union 	
Vancouver  T..
New Westminster.
Wellington	
Lytton	
Yale	
Kamloops	
Revelstoke ,	
Nelson   	
i,      and Lardo.
Golden   	
New Denver 	
Duncan City and Howser .
Comaplix 	
Creston ....
Trout Lake.
Ymir	
Robson	
Waneta ....
Trail	
Fort Steele.,
. 10 months (cr. $70
.8 ,,      "   50
Niagara, Moyie and Cranbrook .
Nelson and Fernie	
Alexis Creek, Chilcotin	
Fernie   	
Cranbrook 	
Lillooet	
Phamix and Cascade City	
Grand Forks	
Midway	
Vernon	
Camp McKinney.
Clinton	
.1 month @ $65
150-Mile House .
Barkerville	
Quesnel	
Quesnel Forks ..
ii
Cariboo stage ..
Atlin	
month and 8 days @ $65:
and Bennett.
and Pine Town .
Discovery
ii 	
Teslin and Telegraph Creek .
Bennett.
Glenora .
12 months
12
12
12
12
12
12
10
6
11
12
5 3-5
7
5 22-31
6
12
1
11
12
9
12
12
HI
;   2
;   1
3
12
12
10
12
2 4-5
12
IH
12
12
12
12"
11
1 27-30
5 14-31
12
12
12
fi-i
4
5
1
12
2
5
4
10
2
2
IH
2
1
Si
@ $76
60
60
68
90
76
65
60
10
65
100
65
50
60
65
65
75
75
70
85
70
70
30
60
60
60
75
70
70
75
80
65
65
65
65
65
60
60
60
50
85
73
73
80
115
60
60
60
100
Vote No. 35.—Juvenile Reformatory,  Victoria.
Superintendent  12  months
Assistant Superintendent  12 n
60
100
100
$70
25
Vote No. 36.—Administrative Staff, Victoria, Gaol.
Warden  12 months @ $100
1st Gaoler      12          ,, 76
2nd     „         12           „ 68
3rd      i,         12           ,, 68
Convict Guard  12          n 76
Carried forward   	
11,296 00
912
720
720
816
1,080
912
780
600
60
715
1,200
363
350
346
390
780
75
825
840
765
840
840
337
820
460
180
900
840
700
900
224
780
747
780
780
780
32
780
725
115
327
600
1,020
876
474
401
575
60
720
120
500
240
260
600
120
120
1,150
200
60
350
840 00
300 00
1,200 00
912 00
816 00
816 00
912 00
4,656 00
48,841
45,882 10
95,863 40 64 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
39
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   ets.
J H Mason .
R E John...
W G Armstron
B Marshall..   .
do
RH Cheyne..
do
A Turnbull...
J Burr	
A O'Connor..
M Beatty	
W Stewart..
S Drake
A Hamilton
W Kirkham
N Fitzstubbs
G Partridge.
J Labbe 	
C D Jarvis...
J McAlman..
J R Vickers ...
W Hutchison
do
A Dupont .....
A Brown	
do       	
R Bell	
Hon. T Forster.
T Fell	
DO'Hara	
G Lyall	
H Murray	
W Heath	
W O'Kell	
B Latta	
H J Hartnell ..
D Herbert	
Various Members .
Brought forward	
HI.-ADMINISTRATION  OF JUSTICE (SALARIES).-C<mc?i«Je«.
Vote No. 36.—-Administrative Staff,  Victoria Gaol.—Concluded.
Convict guard  12 months @ $ 68.00
Matron  12 h 20
Vote No. 37.—Administrative Staff, New Westminster Gaol.
Warden  12 months @ $100
Gaoler  11 n 76
do      1 n 63.50
do           3 „ 68
do      1 ii 63.50
do           8 ,, 68
Convict Guard  12 ,, 76
do        12 ii 63.50
Matron  12 n 20
Vote No. 38.—Administrative Staff, Nanaimo Gaol.
Warden     12  months @ $95
Gaoler  12 .. 76
Convict Guard ,  12 ii 65
do    12 ii 65
Vote No. 39.--Administrative Staff, Nelson Gaol.
Wrarden 12 months @ $100
Gaoler  12 ,, 70
do      12 " 70
do  12 i. 70
Convict Guard  11 4-30 „ 70
Vote No. 40.—Administrative Staff, Kamloops Gaol.
Warden  12 months @ $100
Gaoler      10
do
do
Convict Guard .
do
do
2
12
10
2
12
70
70
65
75
65
IV.-LEGISLATION.
Vote No. 41.—Sessional Salaries.
Speaker of the House
Clerk of the House ..
Sergeant-at-Arms
Messenger	
Door-keeper	
Page	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Vote No. 42.—Indemnity to Members.
Sessional allowance to 38 members @ $600	
Less deductions for absence  22 days @ $6
Carried forward	
4,656 00
95,863 40
816 00
240 00
5,712 00
1,200 00
836 00
63 50
204 00
63 50
644 00
912 00
762 00
240 00
4,825 00
1,140 00
912 00
780 00
780 00
3,612 00
1,200 00
840 00
840 00
840 00
780 96
4,500 96
1,200 00
800 00
140 00
840 00
650 00
150 00
780 00
4,560 00
119,073 36
1,000 00
600 00
250 00
137 50
52 00
44 00
49 00
47 00
54 00
51 00
22,800 00
132 00
22,668 00
24.952 50 40
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$  cts.
Various Members .
A Moir	
J N Murdoch
R C Berteaux
C A Mitchell
E G Jones ...
J Johnstone .
J Walsh	
R Fraser . .
J Stevenson .
W E Heal ...
W T Wain ..
S C Burton ..
G A Keating
W H Walbey.
M Johnchick
J Paterson ..
E S Tuck ....
E Fisher ....
R F Tolmie. .
T Tubman	
J Matthews	
J Belenger	
H B Marchant	
W Dempster	
W I Noot	
J Newbigging 	
J Catterall 	
A Gregg   	
H H Barron	
J L Colbert	
J Bell	
L Macmillan 	
T G Rayner 	
W R Mackintosh	
T C Sorbv	
G W Watt	
AR Sherk	
C R Blake	
W E Ditchburn	
J C McGregor	
J Bell	
L Macmillan	
L C Smith	
A Johanson	
J Bates	
R Higham	
A O Roy 	
O B Ormond	
W T Hardaker	
A Bruce	
W S Beckwith	
TR Cusack	
Nicholles & Renouf	
Victoria Transfer	
Saddle Rock Restaurant
Victoria City Corporation
H P McDowell	
D Spragge	
A H Menzies	
W I Collinson	
W Cain	
J MacDonald	
H Macklin	
J Burrill	
T Trage	
R P Edwards	
Brought forward.
IV.-LEGlSLATION.-C<m*t»teetJ.
Vote No. 43.—Mileage.
From and to constituencies.
Vote No. 44.—Registration of Voters and Revision of Voters' Lists.
Preparing Voters' Lists, Victoria	
do ii       	
do Vancouver	
do ,, 	
do ,, 	
do „  ,   	
do ,, 	
do „ 	
Revising Voters' List,    Cariboo District	
Collector of Votes, South Victoria	
do North Victoria	
Typewriting Voters' Lists	
Clerical assistance on Voters' Lists, Rossland   .
do ii Kaslo	
do „ ,	
do ii Nelson	
do „ ,	
do ,, Kamloops	
Revising Voters' Lists, West Kootenay	
Vote No. 45.—Expenses of Flections.
Returning Officer,       Victoria City	
Poll Clerk, ,, 	
do ti 	
do ,i 	
do ,, 	
do n 	
do „ 	
do „ 	
do i, 	
do ,. 	
do ,, 	
Deputy Returning Officer, n 	
do ii
do „ 	
do ii 	
do .. 	
do ii	
do I, 	
do ., 	
do ,, 	
do „ 	
Tallyman, it 	
do ,, 	
Election Clerk, n 	
Constable, 11 	
do ii 	
do ii     	
do ii 	
Stationery, n 	
Hire of tables and chairs,    M 	
Lumber, express hire, removing booths,
Express charges on ballot boxes and election papers
Ballot papers, printing, etc.,
Padlocks for ballot boxes,
Hack hire, Returning Officer,
Meals for Poll Clerks, etc.,
Rent of Market Hall for election purposes,
Rubber stamps, ink and pads,
Returning Officer, $50; expenses, $53.50;
Deputy Returning Officer, $10; expenses, $10;
do                         10; „           10':
Poll Clerk,
do
Deputy Returning Officer, $10; expenses, $10
Poll Clerk,
Deputy Returning Officer, $10; expenses, $10
Poll Clerk,
Victoria City.
North Victoria!
Mayne Island,
Pender Island,
Galiano Island,
ii
Burgoyne Bay,
Carried forward.
115 00
112 50
48 50
17 50
39 00
94 50
93 50
23 75
50 00
60 00
82 40
51 00
65 00
24 00
20 00
5 00
12 00
37 50
100 00
100 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 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
20 00
3 00
6 00
3 00
3 00
12 80
6 00
60 75
7 00
37 50
6 20
3 00
14 00
40 00
88 80
103 50
20 00
20 00
5 00
5 00
20 00
5 00
20 00
5 00
774 55
24,952 50
5,132 50
31,126 15 64 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
41
S Roberta    	
T Musgrave	
W E Harrison	
I Somers	
D S McRae	
FSere	
A Strachan	
J P Handcock	
GH Sluggett	
A Howell	
J Tod	
J Hughes	
F Tanner	
W H Keary   	
BW Shiles	
H 0 Major	
E A Graeme	
C S Corrigan	
E F Daroy	
F Bourne	
R Buckland	
A Peele	
W H Dickson	
G L Brown	
H J A Burnett	
P McGonigle	
T Draper	
SG Peele	
J A Ward	
H J A Burnett	
A Peele    	
J Douglas	
G Hutchinson	
W E Fales	
F Jackson & Co	
D Murchie	
Hotel Colonial	
Kennedy Bros — .
H Morey & Co	
Watson & Campbell
A De R Taylor	
E A Bown   	
J Churchland	
D M Robertson..   ..
H I Cresswell	
J K Morrison	
W Figg	
D W Brown  	
J Shortreed 	
J Beath	
G McLeod	
R Kennedy 	
G W Whales	
E M Carncross	
G B Ormiston	
J Johnston	
H Keegon   	
D Symington	
A de R Taylor	
D Johnson 	
F Shortreed	
M R Barry	
R Livingstone   ....
T Bigger	
J Honeyman	
TThirkle	
J Jackson 	
H Morey & Co   ....
HRC Fletcher....
T Warren  	
O Leo	
J Blaney	
R Blake	
A L Lazenby	
A L Dion	
E Davies	
S B Campbell	
Brought forward,
IV. -LEGISL ATION.—Continued.
Vote No. 45.— Expenses of Elections.—Continued.
Deputy Returning Officer, $10; expenses §10;
Poll Clerk, §5; buggy hire, 50 cents;
do 5; expenses, $6.50;
Returning Officer, §50; expenses, $37.10;
Election Clerk, S10; Poll Clerk, $5;
Deputy Returning Officer,
do
do
do
Poll Clerk,
do
do
do
Returning Officer, $100; expenses, $12;
Deputy Returning Officer,
do
do
do
do
do
do
Election Clerk,
Poll Clerk,
do
do
do
do
do
do
Returning Officer,        Bye-election,
Election Clerk, n
Constable,
do
Preparing and removing polling booths,
Furnishing ballot papers,
Ballot boxes,
Meals supplied
Advertising proclamation,
Stationery,
do
Returning Officer, $50; exp., §46.55;
ii 10;    M 7.50;
10
,i 10
10
North Saanioh, North Victoria.
Salt Spring
Island,      ii
South Victoria
Cadboro Bay, n
Cedar Hill, „
Tolmie School, n
South Saanich, n
Cadboro Bay, M
Cedar Hill, M
Tolmie School, u
South Saanich, n
New Westminster City
4;
7.50;
i;
7,75;
8.75;
Delta Riding
Brownsville, n
Clover Valley,        n
Port Kells, ,,
Westham Island,    n
Murray's Corners, u
Hall's Prairie,       n
Westminster Dist.
Shortreed, i
Murray's Corners,
Elgin, t
Westham Island,   i
Port Kells, ,
Clover Valley,
Brownsville,
Langley,
Ladner,
$4.50; Langley,
Dep. Ret.
do
do
do
do „ io
do „        10
Poll Clerk,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; exp.,
Meals and beds, n u
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; exp., $3;       Elgin, „
do • 10;   ii       7;      Shortreed, n
Rent of Brownsville Hotel, n
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; exp., $6.50; Lochiel, n
Poll Clerk, i. n
Election Clerk, n
Constable, Ladner, n
Printing and binding ballot papers, n
Pens, ink and paper, n
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; exp., $7.10; Wharnock, Dewdney Riding
Poll Clerk, M n
Special Constable, n n
Dep. Ret. Officer. $10; exp., $6.80; Port Haney, ,T
Poll Clerk, „ u
Rent of polling station, n ti
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; exp., $5;      Hatzic Prairie,       n
Poll Clerk, n ..
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; exp., $5;      Nicomin, u
Carried forward	
774 65
20 00
5 60
11 50
87 10
15 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
112 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
20 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
50 00
60 00
5 00
5 00
50 00
20 00
21 00
18 00
9 80
6 15
5 45
96 55
17 50
14 00
17 50
11 00
17 75
18 75
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
14 50
12 50
13 00
17 00
2 60
16 60
5 00
15 00
3 00
19 00
8 76
17 10
5 00
2 50
16 80
5 00
3 00
15 00
5 CO
15 00
,915 25
31,126 15 42
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$  cts.
C Anderson	
J Duncan 	
W Men ton 	
Can. Pacific Ry	
R E McDonald 	
H L Calvert	
F West	
W Green :	
R Campbell	
W Green	
J Barker	
H Magar	
A E Skinner 	
H Gazley	
J Smith	
C WKevis	
R Ogilvie	
H P Depencier	
Providence Mining Co.
J Jaggers    ..
W McDonald	
A L Lazenby	
A K Tolmie	
J Tierney	
B Lawder	
J T Scott 	
Can. Pacific Nav. Co ..
L C York	
do      	
J T Murray	
G A Abbott	
J I Murray	
St Alice Hotel	
The World P'g & Pub. Co
F Jackson & Co	
E F Jones	
G W Chadsey	
D McGillivray	
J McCutcheon	
W Kipp	
F C Kick-bush	
\V J Jackman	
A H Gillanders	
J Scott	
J Munro	
W Thomson	
H Alder	
Q D Macuider	
T B Straiton	
II G Currie	
D Sinclair	
S Hicks	
J Ball	
A Frey	
R Shortreed	
T Catherwood	
J A McLeod	
D McGillivray	
T F York	
A Akermann 	
W A Hall	
W J Foote	
A B Dixon	
A B Atkinson	
J M Drummond .....
F Gass	
T Ashton	
R L Green	
A G Cook 	
G W Gibson, Sr	
G W Gibson, Jr.	
do 	
A Rae	
H Judd  	
J Tuttle	
RM McBride	
R Ferguson	
Brought forward.
IV.—LEGISLATION.—Continued.
Vote No. 45.—Expenses of Elections.—Continued.
Poll Clerk,
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10;  exp. $7;
Poll Clerk, „
Rent of Polling Station, u
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; exp., $7.80; Agassiz,
Poll Clerk, „
Rent of polling booth, n
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; exp., $15.80; Port Douglas,
Poll Clerk, .<
Rent of polling booth, ti
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; exp., $5;      Burton Prairie,
Poll Clerk, „
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; exp., $5;      Silverdale,
Poll Clerk, ,,
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; exp., $9.80; Coquitlam,
Poll Clerk, ,,
Dep. Ret. Officer, Providence,
Poll Clerk, n
Rent of polling station, n
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; exp., $5;      Nicomin Island
Poll Clerk, „
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; exp., $10;      Port Hammond,
Poll Clerk, „
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; exp., $11.20; Port Moody,
Poll Clerk, „
Rent of Polling Station, t,
Freight charges on ballot boxes,
Returning Officer, Wharnock,
Exp., $50.30; stat'ry& expressage, $32.35, n
Rent of polling station, Mission,
Election Clerk,
Ballot boxes,
Hire of steamer,
Advertising,
Printing,
Horse hire,
Returning Officer, $50; exp., $44.55, Chilliwack
Taking- affidavit of Returning Officer,
Telephone messages
Pens, ink, pencils, etc.,
Election Clerk and expenses,
Stationerv and advertising.
Poll Clerk, Golding Station,
Special constable, Chilliwack,
Ballot boxes and locks,
Deputy Returning Officer,
Poll Clerk,
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; exp., $4,
Poll Clerk,
Deputy Returning Officer,
Poll Clerk,
Rent of polling station,
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; exp., $9,
Poll Clerk,
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; exp.. $5,
Poll Clerk,
Deputy Returning Officer,
Poll Clerk,
Returning Officer, $10; exp., $1,
Poll Clerk,
Deputy Returning Officer,
Poll Clerk,
Returning Officer, $50; exp., $86.15,
Poll Clerk,
Reputv Returning Officer,
Poll Clerk,
Special constable and rent of booth, M
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; Poll Clerk, $5, S. Vancouver
Special constable, n
Deputy Returning Officer, Howe Sound,
Poll Clerk, „
Rent of polling station, n
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; rent of booth, $3, Squamish,
Poll Clerk, ..
Deputy Returning Officer, Eburne,
Poll Clerk. „
Deputy Returning Officer, Burnaby,
Nicomin, Dewdney Riding, Westminster Dist.
Harrison,
Riding,
Mt. Lehman,
Wade's Landing,
Aldergrove,
ii
Pine Grove,
Abbotsford,
Lower Sumas,
Upper Sumas,
Cheam,
ii
Richmond Riding,
Steveston,
Moodyville,
Carried forward.
1,915 25
5 00
17 00
5 00
3 00
17 80
5 00
■ 4 00
25 80
6 00
3 00
15 00
5 00
15 00
6 00
19 80
6 00
10 00
5 00
4 00
15 00
5 00
20 00
5 00
21 20
5 00
5 00
2 60
60 00
82 65
5 00
16 50
16 50
25 00
5 40
17 00
4 00
94 55
50
3 85
2 60
31 75
15 30
5 00
3 00
16 20
10 00
5 00
14 00
5 00
10 00
5 00
4 00
12 00
5 00
15 00
5 00
10 00
5 00
11 00
5 00
10 00
5 00
136 15
5 00
10 00
5 00
4 00
15 00
2 00
10 00
5 00
3 00
13 00
5 00
10 00
5 00
10 00
2.937 20 64 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
43
W N Ferguson	
Florence Dixon 	
Richmond Municipality .
Burnaby Municipality...
South Vancouver Mun'ifcy
A Morrison	
J Mellis	
Clarke & Stuart	
J Parsons	
H Dixon	
A B Atkinson	
WL Shaw	
F G Peto	
M R Simpson 	
JAW Bell	
A Shaw, Sr	
J Dick	
H Woodward	
W Lewis	
J Crossan 	
G A Thompson	
J Neen	
J King	
WL Shaw	
Nanaimo Free Fress	
The Review P'rs & Pub'rs
Hotel Wilson	
W Stewart	
J L McKay	
A Cooper	
J A McCarter	
T Richardson	
A Wheeler ,
The Review	
WNShaw	
M A McDonald	
G A Maudson	
H Pillar	
W R Pillar	
T Bryant	
RP Wallis	
J E Norcross	
T Brown	
S R Forde	
F J Stannard	
J Gray	
T Richardson	
L O Forde	
T Green	
J A Bate	
J Gemmell	
J McNeill 	
J May	
Thompson & Scoville....
W N Shaw	
J Degnen	
Nanaimo Review	
C E Stevenson & Co.   ...
H Burehell	
GCGlvn	
F W McCrady    	
A Raper	
F Ross	
A Herd	
J Bell	
N Norcross	
M Green	
E H Forrest	
R Colvin	
South Cowichan Hall Co.
W Herd	
R H Whidden 	
A J Bell	
AW Evans	
Price Bro3	
J A Hoy	
JT Porter	
Brought forward.
IY.—IjmiSLATI0j$--Continued.
Vote No. 45.—E'Mpenses of Elections.— Continued.
Eburne and Steveston,
Burnaby,
S. Vancouver,
Steveston,
Poll Clerk,
Screens and fittings,
Rent of polling stations,
do m
do n
Special constable,
Conveying- ballot boxes,
Ballots and stationery,
Ballot boxes,
Collecting ballot boxes,
Election Clerk,
Returning Officer, $50; expenses, $30.50,
Election Clerk, $15 ; Poll Clerk, $5,
Deputy Returning Officer,
do
do
Poll Clerk,
do
do
Constable,
do
do
Freight charges on ballot boxes,
Making and repairing screens, $5 ; ballot boxes, $7,
Advertising notices,
Ballots,
Meals,
Deputy Returning Officer,
Returning Officer, $50 ; expenses, $7,
Poll Clerk,
Conveying ballot boxes,
do
Pencils and sealing wax,
Printing ballots,
Ballot boxes,
Buggy hire,
Poll Clerk,
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; expenses, $7.50,
Poll Clerk,
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; Election Clerk, $10,
do 10 ; expenses, $3,
Returning Officer, $50;       ,r $13.25,
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; Election Clerk, $10
do
do
do
do
Poll Clerk,
do
do
do
do
Ballot boxes,
Buggy hire,
Ballot boxes,
Hire of steamer,
Ballot papers and proclamations,
Cotton for screens,
Deputy Returning Officer, $10; exp., $4,
Poll Clerk,
Deputv Returning Officer, $10; exp., $5,
Poll Clerk,
Interpreter,
Returning Officer, $50; expenses, $13,
Election Clerk,
Deputy Returning Officer,
Poll Cierk,
Deputy Returning Officer,
Poll Clerk,
Hire of polling- station,
Deputy Returning Officer, $10; exp,
Poll Clerk,
Deputv Returning Officer, $10; exp., $6,
Poll Clerk,
Rent of polling station,
Deputy Returning Officer,
Poll Clerk,
Burnaby, Richmond Rid'g, Westminster Dist.
Terra Nova,
Nanaimo City Dist.
North Nanaimo Dist.
Wellington,
Parksville,
ii
Wellington,
Nanoose Bay,
South Nanaimo Dist.
, $5,
Alexandria Mine,
Extension Mine,
Gabriola,
Lasquiti Island,
North Cedar,
Alexandria Mine,
Extension,
Gabriola,
Lasquiti Island,
Thetis Island,
Texada Island,
Extension Mine,
Somenos.
ii
Cowichan Station,
Chemainus,
Cowichan Lake,
Cowichan District.
Cobble Hill,
Carried forward. .
2,937 20
31,126 15
5 00
8 00
10 00
10 00
3 00
2 50
4  50
12 20
16 75
15 00
30 00
80 50
20 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
2 50
2 50
2 50
1 10
12 00
7 80
16 00
12 00
10 00
57 00
5 00
1 50
6 00
1 15
11 00
7 00
20 00
5 00
17 60
5 00
20 00
13 00
63 25
20 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
6 00
5 00
5 00
4 50
19 00
7 00
7 00
14 50
2 60
14 00
5 00
15 00
5 00
2 50
63 00
10 00
10 00
6 00
10 00
5 00
2 50
15 00
5 00
16 00
6 00
5 00
10 00
5 00
3,845 05
31,126 15 44
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOE, WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$  cts
JT Porter	
J King	
E & N Railway Co	
T Irwin 	
F L Nunns	
P Woollacott	
A Richard	
T Holmes 	
W H Robertson	
W C Allen	
W H Robertson	
G F Drabble	
J Hawkins	
R Swan	
G Beadnell "	
G Heatherbell	
WT B Grant	
F McCallum	
W H Braden	
Thulin Bros	
H A Laughlin	
O Callaghan	
E W Wylie	
T Backus	
H Backus 	
W B Drinkwater	
D McCallum	
J M Forrest	
E Muschamp	
G H Roe 	
WHPidcock	
R Pidcock	
A Swan	
E Berger     	
R H Gibson    	
J Johnson	
The Well'ton Colliery Co.
H A Peacy	
J B Holmes	
H C Lucas	
D Kilpatrick	
Nanaimo Free Press
T Edwards	
Helen Thompson	
GG McDonald	
J Baird	
J Shaw	
A Blakeley	
L Kirkpatrick	
E Clark	
R J Mug-ford	
A Ross	
G Webb	
P E Clark	
L Muir	
J G Frazer	
A Maltravers ...    	
A V Vonwer	
H J Kirby	
HHNeild	
HC Case	
E Watkins	
W A Blair	
do        	
J E Boyd	
G Rowed	
J Mathers	
D D Mcintosh	
A G Mcintosh 	
O T Hance	
O H Paube	
H L Walters	
R H McEachern	
F M Becher	
J McTaggart	
A D Mclnnes	
A P Mclnnes	
Brought forward
IV.-LEGISLATION.-Comeiw«e«e.
Vote No. 45.—Expenses of Elections.— Continued.
Cobble Hill
Cow-ichan District
Cumberland,
Alert Bay,
Big Bear River,
Cortez Island,
Courtenay,
Denman Island,
Hornby Island,
Lund,
ii
rt
Read Island,
Rock Bay,
Shoal Bay,
Union Bay,
Valdez Island,
Read Island,
Union Bay,
Courtenay,
Rent of polling station,
Express and freight charges,
Charges on ballot boxes,
Election Clerk,
Deputy Returning Officer, $10; exp., $30.
Poll Clerk,
Deputy Returning Officer, $10; exp., $10
Poll Clerk, $5; expenses, $5,
Deputy Returning Officer,
Poll Clerk,
Rent of polling station, Whaleton,
Deputy Returning Officer,
Poll Clerk, $5; expenses, $2.50,
Deputv Returning Officer,
Poll Clerk, $5: expenses, $2.50,
Deputy Returning Officer,
Poll Clerk, $5; expenses, $2,
Deputy Returning Officer,
Poll Clerk,
Rent of polling station,
Deputy Returning Officer,
Poll Clerk,
Rent of polling station,
Deputy Returning Officer, $10; exp., $5,
Poll Clerk, $5, expenses, $5,
Deputy Returning Officer,
Poll Clerk,
Rent of polling station,
Deputy Returning Officer,
Poll Clerk,
Deputy Returning Officer,
Poll Clerk,
Boat hire,
Special constable,
do
do
Coal supplied to steamer " Sea Lion,"
Pens, ink, and envelopes,
Provisions for messengers,
Buggy hire,
do
Ballots,
Ballot boxes,
Buggy hire,
Boat hire,
Steamer and boat hire, telegrams,
Ret. Officer, $50; exp., $23.50; ballot boxes, printing, etc., $75, Esquimalt
Rent of polling station, San Juan,
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; expenses, $27.50, n
Fitting up polling stations $3; collecting ballot boxes, $15, Otter Point
do 6; Poll Clerk, $5, Sooke,
do Colwood,
do 5; expen's $2.35, Esquimalt,
Deputy Returning Officer, San Juan,
do Sooke,
do Metchosin,
do Colwood,
Poll Clerk, San Juan,
do Otter Point,
do Metchosin,
do Colwood,
Election Clerk,
Returning Officer,
Expenses, as Returning Officer, from Vancouver and return
Deputy Returning Officer, Quesnel,
Poll Clerk, ,,
do ,,
Deputy Returning Officer, 150-Mile House,
Poll Clerk, ,,
Dep. Ret Officer, $10; rent, pollingstat'n, $4; Hanceville,
Poll Clerk, „
Deputy Returning Officer, Harper's Camp, Horsefly
Poll Clerk, ,,
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; rent, polling stat'n, $5, Riskv Creek,
Poll Clerk, „
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; rent, polling stat'n, $5; Alexandria,
Poll Clerk, „
Carried forward	
District
District,
Cariboo District
3,845 05
2 50
50
25
40 00
40 00
5 00
20 00
10 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
10 00
7 50
10 00
7 50
10 00
7 00
10 00
5 00
6 50
10 00
5 00
5 00
15 00
10 00
10 00
5 00
7 50
10 00
5 00
10 00
5 00
2 00
2 60
2 50
7 60
6 00
4 00
12 70
5 00
3 00
16 00
14 95
7 50
6 00
108 15
148 50
5 00
37 50
18 00
10 00
5 00
7 35
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
10 00
100 00
235 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
10 00
5 00
14 00
5 00
10 00
5 00
16 00
5 00
15 00
6 00
31,126 15
5,097 45 31,126 15 64 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
45
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$ cts.
5,097 45
10 00
6 00
10 00
5 00
4 00
15 00
50 00
98 00
332 50
1 00
21 00
100 00
599 50
2 00
15 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
55 25
15 00
5 00
5 00
34 00
5 00
2 75
5 00
8 65
20 00
10 00
5 00
10 00
16 00
8 00
10 OO
19 00
5 00
10 00
5 00
1 00
4 30
5 18
4 20
8 25
5 90
50 00
13 00
26 35
5 00
94 00
141 60
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
10 00
10 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
31,126 15
IV—LEGISLATION.—Continued.
Vote No. 45.—Expenses of Elections.—Continued.
Deputy Returning Officer,                                Alexis Creek,              Cariboo District
Poll Clerk,                                                                   ,,                                      „
Deputy Returning Officer,                                Soda Creek,                            h
Poll Clerk,                                                               ,,                                   „
Rent of polling station,                                              ■■                                      T(
Election Clerk,                                                                                                   n
Delivering ballot boxes,                                                                                    n
do                                                                                                              ,,
Buggy hire, Ret. Officer, $250; delivering & colleet'g ballot boxes, $82.50 m
Freight charges on ballot boxes,                                                                      n
Ballots,                                                                                                                n
Special messenger with Voters' List, Atlin to Bennett,                     Cassiar District
Returning Officer, $250 ; expenses, $349.50,                                                   n
Charges on draft for $200 in favour of H. Godfrey, Atlin,                             n
Election Clerk,                                                   Bennett,                                  ii
Deputy Returning Officer,                                Pine City,                               n
Poll Clerk,                                                                 „                                       ,,
Fitting polling booth,                                               „                                       M
Deputy Ret. Officer, $20 ; expenses, $35.25,   Racine's Mill,                         ,,
do                  10;           n          5,        Surprise Lake,                       n
Poll Clerk,                                                                „                                 „
Rent of polling station,                                                „                                    -i
Dep. Returning Officer, $10 ; expenses, $24, Atlin,                                       n
Poll Clerk,                                                              ,,
Fitting up booth,                                                  n                                           u
Ballot boxes,                                                          n                                           n
Canvas for booths,                                                n                                           n
Printing ballots,                                                                                                 m
Deputy Returning Officer,                                Naas,                                       n
Poll Clerk,                                                          ,,
Deputy Returning Officer,                                Metlakatlah,                           ti
do                    $10 ; expenses, $6, Bella Coola,                          n
Poll Clerk, $5 ; expenses, $3,                                   n                                       rT
Deputy Returning Officer,                               Glenora,                                  n
do                      $10; expenses, $9, Wannuck,                               n
Tally Clerk,                                                                „                                       n
Deputv Returning Officer,                                Inverness Cannery,                i,
Poll Cierk,                                                                         ,i                                „
Stamps,                                                                                                                n
Telegrams,                                                                                                           n
Stationery,                                                                                                          n
Locks, mounting for ballot boxes,                                                                   n
Ballot boxes,                                                                                                       n
Handles and hinges for ballot boxes,                                                               n
Delivering ballot boxes,                                                                                    n
Freight charges and delivering ballot boxes,                                                      h
Delivering ballots, fitting up booth, etc.,                                                        n
Poll Clerk,                                                                                                                    „
Delivering and collecting ballot boxes,                                                           ti
Returning Officer, $125 ; expenses, $16.60,
Deputy Returning Officer,                                                            Vancouver City Dist.
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Poll Clerk,                                                                                                   „
do                                                                                                                  ,,
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W Hodges	
C H Smith	
R A Collins	
J Hopwood	
C P NCo	
The Ashcroft Journal ...
do       	
A F Engelhardt	
G Pollay	
T Blair	
R Patrick 	
D G Stewart	
M G McLeod	
W G Paxton	
H H T Olive	
B A C Limited	
C B Deaville	
J R Scott	
D G McNaughton	
W Skillan	
Clarke & Stuart	
T Dunn & Co	
B C Mills, Tim & Trad Co
McLennan, McFeely &Co
T J Watson	
W R Lord	
R Reid	
W Cowderoy 	
W C Brown	
R T Brown	
A J Ford	
PI J Franklin	
J H Goode	
J H Kerr	
F W Mills	
A D McDonald	
FS Findley	
F W Tiffin	
D H Whitlow	
T Rae	
H Earle	
7,246 78
31,126 15 46
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
W C Topp 	
C Child	
A W Gompertz	
T M Fraser	
W H Marrawaj	
N M Henderson	
W C Bray	
ES Hunt	
F P Miller	
F N McKay	
D McLean 	
E J McGarrigh	
F L Prior	
R H Rodgers	
J W Austin	
C G Smyth	
J W Vaughan	
E Hunt  	
G C Martin	
H Woodward	
E Kenning	
Lewis & Sills	
F W Mills	
F S Findley	
J A Preston	
A Hodgson	
Evans & Hastings	
CPR	
J K Davis	
The Western Cartage Co
B C Electric Ry Co	
Thomson Stationery Co.
FE White	
W A Brown	
W L Tait	
A Bruce .	
A F Barber	
A E Blackburn	
R A Hawden	
Bailey Bros —
A Robinson	
B C District Messeng'r Co
A Bruce 	
R G Buchanan	
The World Prin & Pub Co
W Walker	
W Abel 	
O A McKinlay	
J E Moore	
J S Place	
T J Derby	
G L Walker 	
E D McKinlay	
G Hamilton 	
J Bowe	
T Hooper    	
A G Jarvis	
W Abel 	
J Wright	
H O Bowe	
J S Place 	
P Grinder	
B C Express Co	
F W Foster	
G G Wood	
W Walker	
F S Reynolds	
H Murray   	
W J Kelly   	
J F Gibson	
B C Express Co	
J P Forde 	
do       	
C T Harris	
W Haylmore	
D Hurley	
TP Keel	
Brought forward
IV.-LEGISLATION.-CW^m/etf
Vote No. 45.—Expenses of Eleetions.-
Poll Clerk,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Election Clerk,
Locks, etc.,
Tally Clerk,
do
Special constable,
Painting,
Tally sheets,
Telegrams,
Staining window and repairing glass in polling station,
Hauling sawdust,
Electric light,
Stationery,
Cartage,
Rent of polling station,
Lumber for       n
Labour and removing polling station,
Installing eleciric light,
Meals supplied Returning Officer and Poll Clerks,
Typewriting,
Stationery,
Hire of ballot boxes,
Messenger service,
Preparing polling station, Deputy Returning Officer, etc.,
Lamp, oil and can,
Ballots,
Deputy Returning Officer,
do
do
do
do
do
Poll Clerk,
do
do
do
do
do
Rent of polling station,
do
do
do
do
Delivering & collect'g ballot boxes,
Stationery,
Messenger, Big Bar, Dog Creek, etc.,
Conveying ballot box, Bonaparte to Clinton,
Printing ballot papers,
Erecting and removing polling booth, Clinton,
Election Clerk, Clinton,
Delivering ballot boxes,
Express charges, ballot papers, Ashcroft to Clinton,
Dep. Returning Officer, Toronto Gold Reefs Co., West Riding,
Rent of polling station, Cayoosh Creek,
Dep. Ret. O.,$10; rentpoll'gst'n,85;Tyaughton M
Poll Clerk, Cadwallader Ck.
Rent of polling station, n
Deputy Returning Officer, n
Carried forward.
Bonaparte,     East Riding
Ill-Mile House,
1-27-Mile House,
Alkali Lake,
Dog Creek,
Big Bar,
Bonaparte,
111-Mile House,
127-Mile House,
Alkali Lake,
Dog Creek,
Big Bar,
111-Mile House,
127-Mile House
Alkali Lake,
Dog Creek,
Big Bar,
111 & 117-M. H'se
7,245 78
5 00
31,126 16
ontinued.
Vancouver City Dist.
ii
5 00
,,
5 00
5 00
„
5 00
,,
5 00
„
5 00
„
6 00
5 00
„
5 00
,i
5 00
i,
5 00
„
5 00
t,
5 00
„
5 00
„
5 00
,,
5 00
„
5 00
5 00
,,
5 00
M
50 00
„
9 25
,,
15 00
M
12 50
40 50
2 00
„
10 00
,,
1 00
„
2 00
,,
6 00
,,
6 07
M
33 85
„
6 00
„
25 00
,,
10 27
„
64 36
„
15 00
,,
54 00
,,
51 30
n
1 80
lr
50 00
„
2 50
(l
76 00
,,
2 00
M
126 50
>-,      Lillooet District
ii
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
20 00
1 90
30 00
5 00
15 00
2 50
20 00
35 00
25
,       Lillooet District
n
10 00
5 00
15 00
5 00
6 00
10 00
8,312 32
31.126 15 64 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
47
R D Cumming
C O'Halloran..
A McEwen ...
D McDonald 	
R H Brett	
D Fraser	
J H S Rowbottom ..,
J Currie	
R D Cumming	
The Prospector P & P Co
WH Miller	
J McKivor	
A McDonald	
B C Express Co .	
P Santino	
T McNaught	
E R Russell	
J Bulman	
H R Moodie   	
R W Patmore	
W H Caldwell	
J A Scott	
H E Neave	
J T Moore	
F Corbin	
L Keith	
— Phillips	
GT Stalker	
R T Campbell	
J L Johnston	
W Brundnett	
C Wycroff	
W G Mclnnes	
W Wallace	
W Mitchell	
G McMillan	
iTCo
W Botfield	
A H Mitchell	
W Logan .  	
H Atchison	
S Hewetson 	
T Martin	
Upper Columbia N <
W S W McNeish ..
C H Parsons	
A C Hamilton	
The Golden Era Co
H R Moodie	
The Calgary Herald Co..
S E Hambly ...
J Henderson...
T Ede	
A L McDermot
H H Triter ....
H P Hanson...
W French	
W A Prest	
H Kershaw ....
J D Gordon ...
C J Lange	
L Thomson....
W L Tompkins
D Van Arsdalen
H White	
H Jackson	
J D McBride...
J Clark	
The Prospector
A B Buckworth
M Gilliam	
J P Bell	
C Willis	
J W Ross	
J McVicar	
R McRoberts...
Brought forward.
IV.-LEGISLATION.-Continued.
Vote No. 45.—Expenses of Elections.—Continued.
Empire Valley,
Watson Bar Ck.,
McGillivray Ck.,
ii
Pembert'n Mead's
ii
Pavilion,
Thunder Hill, Nor
, $25,      Windermere,
20.30, Glacier,
14.75, Donald,
Deputy Returning Officer, Pavilion,
Poll Clerk, „
Dep. Ret. Off., 810;pd. Poll Clerk,
$5; rent of polling station, §5;
Dep. Ret. Officer, §10; exp., $39;
do 10;     n        0;
Poll Clerk,
Dep. Ret. Officer, 810;     ,,       33;
Rent of polling station,
do
Printing ballots,
Ballot boxes,
Poll Clerk, 85; convey'g bal. boxes, 81, Cayoosh Ck.,
Election and Poll Clerk, Lillooet,
Express charges on ballot boxes,
Stationery,
Returning Officer,
Dep. Ret. Officer,
do $10; exp.
do 15     it
do 15      it
Rent of polling station,
Poll Clerk. 89; e:tp., $5.70, „
Dep. Ret. Officer, 810; exp., $7.50,    Peterboro,
Poll Clerk, n
Constable, ii
Messenger with ballot box, Peterboro to Windermere.
Poll Clerk, Rogers Pass,
Deputy Returning Officer, Beaver,
Poll Clerk, „
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; exp., $9.20,    Palliser,
Poll Clerk,
do        $5; rent poll'g stat'n, $5, Field,
Dep. Ret. Officer, $15; exp., $8.90,
do
Poll Clerk,
Deputy Return'g Officer, $10; rent
of polling station, $5,
Poll Clerk,
Deputy Returning Officer,
Poll Clerk,
Rent of polling station, meals,
Poll Clerk, $5; expenses, $8,
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; exp., $23,
Fares, etc.,
Poll Clerk's meals,
Election Clerk and expenses,
Delivering ballot boxes,
Printing cards,
Election Clerk,
Ballot papers,
Posting up proclamations,
Ballot boxes,
Returning Officer, $100; exp., $57.30, South
Dep. Ret, Officer, $10; exp., $11.50,
West Riding,   Lillooet District.
th Rid'g, E. Rooter
Carbonate,
Galena,
Brisco,
Thunder Hill,
Athalmar,
Golden,
do
10
i   '   12.50
do
10     ,
i       49.90
Elko,
do
10
i       12.40
Wolf Creek
do
10
14.50
Cranbrook,
do
10
9
Fort Steele
do
10
i         7
Phillips,
do
10
i       27.90
Fernie,
do
10
,       26.90
Moyie,
do
10
,       12
Tracy,
do
10
17
Empire,
do
10
,        21
Kimberley,
do
10
16.50
Fernie,
Clerical assistance
Taking poll, etc.,
Ballots and stationery,
Returning Officer
$100;
!xp., $160.65,
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; ex
p., $ 7.50,
do
10     ,
10
do
10     i
10
Yellowstone
do
10     i
8
do
10     .
8.50
do
10     ,
11
Porto Rico,
Nelson
Riding,
Riding, W. Kooten
ay Dist.
Carried, forward.
8,312 32
10 00
5 00
20 00
49 00
16 00
5 00
43 00
5 00
5 00
12 00
9 00
6 00
10 00
10 00
3 90
100 00
10 00
35 00
35 30
29 75
5 00
14 70
17 50
5 00
3 00
5 00
5 00
10 00
5 00
19 20
5 00
10 00
23 90
10 00
5 00
15 00
5 00
10 00
5 00
6 00
13 00
33 00
16 00
6 00
138 85
34 50
1 00
32 70
10 00
50 00
38 60
157 30
21 50
22 50
59 90
22 40
24 50
19 00
17 00
37 90
36 90
22 00
27 00
31 00
26 50
15 00
20 30
34 25
260 65
17 50
20 00
20 00
18 00
18 50
21 00
10,259 72| 31,126 15 48
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
WS Doyle	
T A Mills	
G Gurd	
J O'Reilly	
B Clayton	
H F McLeod	
C Creamer	
P L McDonald	
E N Murphy  	
J A Currie	
R A Laird	
WT Beadles	
J Dow	
J Stinson	
J C Morrison	
Pay List	
Ward Bros	
McArthur & Co	
T H Atkinson	
G N Express Co	
Nelson Saw & Plan. Mills
N L Kneeland	
Nelson Miner	
J Dow	
J Mclntyre	
E N Murphy	
Athabasca Mines	
Arlington Mines	
Ymir Gold Mines ....
Duncan Mines	
Yellowstone Mines    ..
Porto Reco Saw Mill ..
Daily Tribune	
C J Wilkes	
G Laforme	
J D Bovd, J P	
J A Smith	
F Buker	
W Savage 	
H Walton	
The Kootenay Mail...
Morris & Steed	
E W B Paget,	
EPicard	
Abrahamson	
W D Armstrong	
F B Wells	
D K McPherson	
Dominion Express Co.
L E Morrison	
C Watt	
W D Armstrong	
J Kelley	
A E Cummins	
L Simmons	
J W Thomson 	
H Howard	
T Graham	
Wr Scott 	
A L Stewart	
A W Mcintosh	
G T Newman	
H S Lovering.  ..    ..
PI P Large	
J Robertson	
R B Hume & Co   ....
F Fraser	
T Parker 	
W P Dockerill	
E S H Winn	
F C Lawe	
W J Farmer	
D Whiteside 	
D N McTavish	
J D McLean	
S G O L Chambers ...
Brought forward...
lV.-ItEGcISLATION.-Continiied.
Vote No. 45.—Expenses of Elections.— Continued.
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; exp., $10
do 10     „        5
do 10     M 5
do 10     i, 5
do 10     (, 5
do 10     „ 5
do 10     -,       75.75
do 10      ., 7.50
do 10      n 7.50
do 10     M 7.50
do 10     ,, 8
do 10      „ 7.50
do 10      „ 7.50
do 10     11        36.35
Election Clerk,        48      ,, 0.65
Special constables,
Rent of polling station,
Hire of tables and chairs,
do
Express charges,
Lumber for polling stations.
Printing,
do
Collecting ballot boxes,
Constable,
Rent of polling station,
do
do
do
do
do
do
Ballot papers, circulars,
Dep. Ret. Officer,
do $10; exp., $86,
do 10     ii       12
Election Clerk,        51      „       23.45
do 90      ,i        2'2.45
Poll Clerk,
do
Printing ballots,
Polling station fittings,
Transferring ballot boxes,
Lumber for polling station,
Meals,
Posting proclamations,
Stationery,
Ballot boxes,
do express charges,
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; exp., $ 8;
do 10;     I,       10;
Conveying ballot boxes,
Constable,
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; exp..
Hall Sidinj
Nelson,
, Nelson Rid'g., W. Kootenay Dist.
Athabasca Mine,
Proctor,
Kuskonook,
Kitchener,
Granite Mine,
Salmo,
Creston,
Hall Siding,
Kuskonook,
Athabasca Mines,
Arlington      n
Ymir n
Duncan n
Yellowstone  h
Porto Rico Saw-mill,
Revelstoke, Revelstoke Ridin
Fire Valley,
do 10
do 10;
do 10;    ,, 7
do 10;    „        7
do 10;    „       25.30;
do 10;    ,,       12.50;
do 10;    „       19
do 10
do 10:
Poll Clerk,
do
Sheeting,
Conveying ballot boxes,
Returning Officer, $100; exp., $43.10:
Deputy Returning Officer,
do
do
do
do
do
do
Poll Clerk,
$10.50; Ferguson,
Nakusp,
13.30; Thomson's L'nd'g,
Smith Creek,
Albert Canyon,
Illecillewaet,
Cairns Creek,
Arrowhead,
Halcyon Hot Spr.
n
Comaplix,
Trout Lake,
Rossland,
Rossland
Riding,
Carried for ward.
10,259 72
31,126 15
20 00
15 00
15 00
15 00
15 00
15 00
85 75
17 50
17 50
17 50
18 00
17 50
17 50
46 35
.  54 65
12 00
15 00
8 00
12 60
96
10 69
4 00
2 00
13 00
3 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
54 50
10 00
96 00
22 00
74 45
112 45
6 00
5 00
18 00
2 15
1 75
6 00
7 00
13 80
8 35
37 15
10 50
18 00
20 00
13 35
3 00
20 50
10 00
23 30
17 00
17 00
35 30
22 50
29 00
18 00
16 00
5 00
5 00
2 45
23 75
143 10
8 00
8 00
8 00
8 00
8 00
8 00
8 00
5 001
11,749 56
31,126 15 64 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
49
C P Bowker	
A Dyer	
E J Weston	
H O R Brown	
W Tomlinson	
T A Hammer	
H McCraney	
Miner's Union   	
J J Wood	
A McGowan.	
Lockhardt & Jordan ..
J K Thompson	
J S Brandon 	
0 J Boucher	
J Lisley	
R Nealy	
E H Lewis	
Thompson & Brandon,
W Forrest 	
J McMaun	
J Dickson 	
D D Ferguson	
D Dunbar	
A H Thompson	
G K Stoker 	
P T McCallum	
A Waugh	
R W McMartin	
C Campbell	
H S Sheads	
W B Davey	
E Spragett 	
J K Rea  	
Grand Forks S & N Co.
J A Mclntyre	
J A McCallum	
J W McKinnon	
H P Cluit	
C S Packhard	
W Chesser	
W Delahay	
D E Munro	
Miner's Union	
J H McFarlane	
W E Hodges	
E P Magee	
F McArthur	
J M Humphrey	
F W Gladden	
S McKay	
P C Mackenzie	
Greenwood Hardware Co
A L White	
J R Ferguson	
A A McPhail	
F R Jones   	
Rossland Miner	
Martin Bros	
W H Jones	
Linton Bros	
Paulson & Swan   	
Post Office	
H McLeod	
A B Docksteader	
D J Robertson	
Paystreak	
Kootenay Ry & Nav Co
A McQueen	
G T Stevenson	
1 P Davis	
D McLean	
A J McDonald	
J Mclsaac	
T J Barron	
W C Johnston	
A Crawford	
"WHood	
Brought forward	
IV.-I&GISLATION.-Continued.
Vote No. 45.—Expenses of Elections.—Continued.
Rossland,  Rossland Rid'g, W. Kootenay Dist.
Poll Clerk,
do
do ii
do ii
do
do it
Election Clerk, $75; expenses, $75.05;       n
Rent of hall, m
Fitting up polling booths, ■■
Constable, n
Hire of tables, etc., n
Deputy Returning Officer, Trail,
do ii
Poll Clerk,
do ii
Constable, n
Rent of polling station, ,,
Fitting up       ii ii
Deputy Returning Officer Gladstone,
Poll Clerk, $5; rent of poll, stat'n, $3.50; t.
Constable, u
Deputv Returning Officer, Cascade,
Poll Clerk, ,,
Constable, n
Rent of polling station, h
Deputy Returning Officer, Grand Forks,
do ii
Poll Clerk, „
do ii
Constable, n
Rent of polling station, n
Lumber for       n n
Fitting up ii n
Writing pad, n
Deputv Returning Officer, Columbia,
Poll Clerk, $5; rent of poll, stat'n, $7;       M
Deputy Returning Officer, Eholt,
Poll Clerk, M
Constable, n
Rent of polling station, u
Deputy Returning Officer, Phcenix,
Poll Clerk, M
Rent of polling station, n
Dep. Ret. Officer, $8; expenses, $10, Greenwood,
do ii
do ti
Poll Clerk, i,
do ii
do ii
Constable, m
do
Rent of polling station, M
Hire of chairs and tables, n
Deputy Returning Officer, Midway,
Poll Clerk, „
Constable, h
Advertising,
Ballot boxes,
Printing,
Stationery,
Typewriting,
Stamps etc.,
Express charges,
Returning Officer, $100 ; expenses, $143.82, Slocar
Ballot boxes,
Ballots,
Services steamer "Argenta,"
Dep. Ret. Officer, 810; exp., $22.94, Kaslo,
Poll Clerk, „
do n
Door-keeper, m
Dep. Ret. OfT'r, $10; rent poll'g stat'n, $5, Whitewater
Poll Clerk, ,,
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; stationery, .70, Sandon,
Poll Clerk, „
Rent of polling station, u
Special constable, m
Carried forward.
Kidin.'^
11,749 56
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
150 05
25 00
44 50
3 50
6 00
8 00
8 00
6 00
5 00
2 00
10 00
3 00
8 00
8 50
3 50
8 00
5 00
3 00
5 00
8 00
8 00
5 00
5 00
3 00
10 00
11 50
18 00
76
8 00
12 00
8 00
5 00
4 00
10 00
8 00
5 00
20 00
18 00
8 00
8 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
3 50
3 50
10 00
2 50
8 00
5 00
3 00
2 40
55 00
26 00
14 25
3 75
1 75
50
243 82
49 50
37 60
10 00
32 94
5 00
5 00
7 00
15 00
5 00
10 70
5 00
10 00
5 00
12,869 47
31,126 15
31,126 15 50
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOE WHAT SERVICE.
§  cts.
$  cts.
12,869 47
12 00
5 00
5 00
10 00
5 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
15 00
5 00
15 00
5 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
15 10
5 00
10 00
15 00
10 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
28 20
5 00
31 50
5 00
5 00
24 00
17 79
5 00
5 00
15 00
5 00
15 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
47 50
11 00
5 00
11 00
5 00
11 00
5 00
12 50
5 00
11 00
5 00
11 00
5 00
15 00
2 50
15 14
2 00
3 83
67 50
196 50
6 50
1 60
232 79
10 00
5 00
5 00
10 00
5 00
12 50
5 00
10 00
5 00
10 00
5 00
:o oo
14,024 32
32,126 15
IV.-LTZGISLATIOlS.-Continued.
Vote No. 45.—Expenses of Flections.—Continued.
Dep. Ret. OfFr. §10; fitt'g poll'g stat'n, §2, McGuigan, Slocan R.,   W  Kootenav Dist.
Poll Clerk,                                                     „                      „
Rent of polling station,                                „                     ,,                             „
Deputv Returning Officer,                 New Denver,          „                            „
Poll Clerk,                                                 „                    „                           „
Deputv Returning Officer,                Three Forks,          rt                          i.
Poll Clerk,                                                  ,,                    ,,                          „
Rent of polling station,                               M                     M                             ,,
Deputy Return'g Officer, $10; rent
of polling station, $5,                   Robson,                   n                            M
Poll Clerk,                                                  „                         „                            „
Deputy Return'g Officer, §10; rent
of polling station, $5,                   Lardo,                     n                             m
Poll Clerk,                                                  „                         „                            „
Deputy Returning Officer,                 Howser,                  m                            n
Poll Clerk,                                                  ,,                         „                            ,,
Rent of polling station,                            n                         ,,                            M
Dep. Ret. Officer, §15; exp., §0.60,    Pilot Bay,               .i                             „
Poll Clerk,                                                  „                         ti                            ,,
Deputy Returning Officer,                Ainsworth,            n                          M
do                                       Balfour,                  M                            n
Poll Clerk, §5; rent polling stat'n,          Tl                         ,,                            „
Deputy Returning Officer,                 Slocan City,            n                             M
Poll Clerk,                                                  „                         „                             „
Rent of polling station,                            n                         n                            ,,
Special constable,                                      ti                         n                            m
Dep. Ret. Officer, §15; exp., §13.20,       n       Junction, ,,                            .,
Rent of polling station,                            n              n         „                            M
Dep. Ret. Officer, §17.50; exp., §14, Deer Park,              „                             „
Poll Clerk,                                                  „                         „
Rent of polling station,                            tt                         n                            M
Dep. Ret. Officer, §15; exp., §9,        Ten Mile,                ,,                             „
Pens, ink and paper,                                „                         n                             M
Poll Clerk,                                                  ,,
Rent of polling booth,                              m                         ri                            tt
Deputy Return'g Officer, §10; rent
of polling station, $5,                   Silverton,                tt                            ,,
Poll Clerk,                                                  ,,                         ,,                            „
Deputy Returning Officer,                  Argenta,                 M                             ,,
Poll Clerk,                                                  „                         „                             ,,
Rent of polling booth,                              m                         tt                             n
Poll Clerk,                                            Ainsworth,             it                            tt
Returning Officer, §40; expenses, $7.50,                                                 Alberni District.
Dep. Ret. Officer, §10; rent of polling station, §1,  Sechart,                        ,,
Poll Clerk,                                                                           „                              „
Dep. Ret. Officer, §10; rent of poll'g station, §1,   Ucluelet,                         ,,
Poll Clerk,                                                                           ,,                              ,,
Dep. Ret. Officer, §10; rent of poll'g station, §1,    Clayoquot,                     ,,
Poll Clerk, „                                                                        „                              „
Dep. Ret. Officer, §10; expenses, §2.50,         Kennedy Lake,                      ,t
Poll Clerk,                                                                     „                                    ,,
Dep. Ret. Officer, §10; rent polling station, §1, Port Hughes,                         M
Poll Clerk,                                                                      „                                    ,,
Dep. Ret. Officer, §10; rent polling station, §1, Quatsino,                               T,
Poll Clerk,                                                                     ,,
Election and Poll Clerk,                                    Alberni,                                  ,,
Fitting up polling station,                                      n                                        ,,
Screening, etc.,                                                                                                   „
Conveying ballot boxes, Alberni to Nanaimo,                                                ,,
Paid telegrams,                                                                                            ,,
Special messenger, §27.50 ; expenses, § 40,                                                    ,,
do                     54                 m           142.50,                                                   „
Freight charges on ballot boxes,                                                                      n
do                            it                                                                                ,,
Returning Officer, §100 ; expenses, §132.79,            West Riding,           Yale District
Deputy Returning Officer,                  Agassiz,                   M                            ,,
Poll Clerk,                                              ,,                       „
Rent of polling station,                            ,,                         ,,                             M
Deputy Returning Officer,                 Hope,                      (,                            ,,
Poll Clerk,                                              ,,                       ,,                          ,,
Dep. Ret. Officer,§10; rent poll'g stat'n, §2.50, Yale,        „                            „
Poll Clerk,                                            Yale,                       „                            ,,
Deputy Returning Officer,                  Spuzzum,                ,,                            ,,
Poll Clerk,                                                ,,                     „                           „
Deputy Returning Officer,                 North Bend,           n                            n
Poll Clerk,                                                 „                    „                           ,,
Deputy Returning Officer,                  Keefers,                   n                             ,,
R Peake	
W Hunter & Co	
S Bruce	
A Jardine   	
do           	
W Milne	
A L Smith	
C Ekman	
A W Heath	
G Kilpatrick	
C P N Co	
H Fooks   ..
31,126 15 64 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
51
C A Smith	
J Pearson	
T Everill	
E D Webber	
W Gardon	
A Clemes	
E F Thomas....	
H J Barker	
G B Armstrong ....
W E Woodward 	
J G Thyme	
G McCullogh	
J C Mcintosh	
V Ryder	
C Reveley   	
The Ashcroft Journal.
W Clark	
C Inkman	
J L Brown 	
J P Shaw	
T Roadley	
FR Reed	
A Noble 	
W W Shaw	
C D Alder	
R Beavisto	
J II Wilson	
G Fennell	
W T Smith	
S M McGuire	
E O'Rourke	
A Philip	
J Dilworth	
E Fisher	
D S Mitchell	
F J Percival	
J Clapperton	
W Plumm	
J W Elwell	
H Keene	
E Dalby	
J Matthews	
A P Morris	
E Brown	
R MacKay	
E Maxwell	
— Hoffman	
A Goudreau	
T Bulman	
F H Tuck	
J Blair	
.1 St Laurent	
Kamloops Standard . .
Ada Suckling	
CPR	
R Scott	
W Hargreaves	
WC Pound	
E S Jackson 	
J M Wright	
0 D Sweet 	
L M Mclntyre	
W S Parker	
L M Shatford	
W II Hutchison.   ..   .
T H Holtby 	
J Duncan	
J M B Spinks	
J ANesbitt	
A McQuarrie	
R M H Turner 	
C G Elliot	
W McQueen	
R G Sidlev	
Brought forward	
IV.— LEGISLATWN.-Continued.
Vote No. 45.—Expenses of Elections.—Continued.
§10;
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
§5,
5
5
5
5
12
5
5
29.70
2.40
5
North
Shuswap,
Kamloops,
Craigellachie,
N. Thompson W.
Notch Hill,
Douglas Lake,
Kamloops,
Louis Creek,
Tappen Siding,
Salmon Arm,
Quilchena,
Stump Lake,
Knalt,
Griffin Lake,
Sicamous,
Grand Prairie,
Nicola Lake,
Ducks,
Notch Hill,
Nicola Lake,
Kamloops,
Riding,
Poll Clerk, Keefers, West Riding
Deputy Returning Officer, Lytton,
Poll Clerk, n
Deputy Returning Officer, Spence's Bridge,
Poll Cierk, „
Rent of polling station, ,,
Dep. Ret. Officer, §10; rent poll'g stat'n, §2.50, Savona,
Poll Clerk, Savona,
Deputy Return'g Officer, §10; rent
of polling station, §10, Lower Nicola,
Poll Clerk, ,,
Deputy Return'g Officer, §10; rent
of polling station. §5, Otter Valley,
Poll Clerk, ,,
Deputy Return'g Officer, §10; rent
of polling station, §10, Princeton,
Poll Clerk, n
Constable, n
Ballots,
Convey'g" bal. boxes, Spence's B'dge to Princeton & ret'n
Stationery,
Returning Officer, §100; exp.. §78.50.
Dep. Ret. Officer
do
do §10; exp.
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Poll Clerk,
do
do
do
Special Constable,
do
Erecting polling booth
Rent of polling station.
do
do
do
Election Clerk,
Conveying Returning Officer to Stump Lake and return
do       ballot boxes,
Ballots, advertising,
Typewriting,
Telegrams,
Delivering and collecting ballot boxes,
Repairing ballot boxes,
Return'g Officer, §100; exp.,    §4.65; East Riding,
Dep. Ret. Officer, §10;   „       §145;    *
do
Yale District
Sicamous,
Shuswap,
Louis Creek,
Stump Lake,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
§10; exp., §18;
§10; exp., §5.25;
Rock Creek,
Armstrong,
Shuswap,
Deep Creek,
Penticton,
Fairview,
Enderby,
Salmon River,
Camp McKinney,
Vernon,
Lumby,
Okanagan,
Trout Creek,
Peachland,
Kelowna,
Sidley,
Carried forward.
Yal
14,024 32
5 00
10 00
5 00
10 00
5 00
6 00
12 50
5 00
20 00
5 00
15 CO
5 00
20 00
5 00
3 00
18 00
15 00
3 40
178 50
10 00
10 00
15 00
15 00
10 00
10 00
15 00
15 00
10 00
15 00
22 00
15 00
10 00
15 00
39 70
12 40
15 00
10 00
10 00
5 00
6 00
5 00
6 00
7 50
2 50
9 80
5 00
5 00
5 00
6 00
60 00
11 00
10 00
77 00
10 40
10 oo
52 00
2 15
104 65
155 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
28 00
10 00
10 00
15 25
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
15,369 07 52
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June   1900.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$  cts.
J Lellan	
C E Pittendrigh	
W Owen	
G Kirby	
J Brown	
F H Latimer	
J Poole	
A Paul	
J A Schubert	
J Love.	
N H Kenny	
A Wilkinson	
D McCampbell	
A E A Lowes	
G Patchet	
A Sanborn .   	
T Elliot	
J Stubbs	
H J Johnson	
D Black	
A Stansfield	
G St J Beaucage   	
T C E Pittendrigh	
A Letts	
HG Watson	
R W Dean	
J Garden	
WS Parker	
G Bell	
G Parkinson	
G A Nesbitt	
C O'Keefe	
FC Wolfenden	
R M H Turner	
H S Pittendrigh	
B Lequime	
R G Sidley	
A Stansfield 	
W Hine & Co	
D Inglis	
J D Brown	
R Rowe 	
Vernon Hardware Co	
J Harwood .   	
G Woods	
F H Latimer 	
O D Sweet	
E S Jackson	
Neil & Wilson   	
Healey Bros	
J Mclntyre	
A Leishman	
W G Cryderman   	
W T Holtby	
J Brown	
W Hine & Co	
Vernon News Pub'g Co..
Smith Bros   	
World Publishing Co	
M & L Young	
B C Tramway Oo ...
B C Furniture Co ...
Weiler Bros	
Victoria Transfer Co
Fell & Co	
D W Higgins	
M & H A Fox	
B C Cold Storage..   .
D J Mcintosh	
EOS Scholefield....
Brough t fo r ward.
IV.-LEGISLATION.-Continued.
Vote No. 45.—Expenses of Elections.—Concluded.
Dep. Ret. Officer,
do
do
do
do
Poll Clerk,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Rent of polling station,
do
do
do
do
Rent of booth,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Special constable,
do
do
Repairing ballot boxes,
Collecting
Okanagan Falls, East Riding
Osoyoos,
Mara,
Keremeos,
Benvoulin,
Vernon,
Armstrong,
Deep Creek,
Penticton,
Fairview,
Enderby,
Vernon,
Lumby,
Okanagan,
Salmon River,
Camp McKinney,
Peachland,
Kelowna,
Mara,
Keremeos,
Shuswap,
Okanagan,
Osoyoos,
Sidley,
Benvoulin,
Trout Creek,
Deep Creek,
Penticton,
Enderby,
Salmon River,
Lumby,
Okanagan,
Armstrong,
Trout Creek,
Rock Creek,
Kelowna,
Sidley,
Shuswap,
Keremeos,
Lumby,
Vernon,
Enderby,
Vernon,
Yale District
Lettering for polling stations, ,<
Election Clerk, n
Distributing and collecting ballot boxes,
do
do
do
do
do
Repairing ballot boxes,
Conveying ballot boxes, Armstrong to Salmon Arm,
do Kelowna to Benvoulin,
do Keremeos to Fairview,
Advertising,
Stationery,
Ballot papers,
Vote No. 46.—Contingent Fund.
Bonus for conducting luncheon room   	
Fares for Pages	
Hire of chairs re opening of Legislature, 1900 ...
do ii
Hack hire n
Sundries for Legislative Assembly	
Expenses re visiting New Westminster Asylum .
Knives and scissors for members	
Ice	
Washing table linen	
Allowance for services (overtime)    	
Carried forward
15,369 07
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
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
10 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
2 50
3 00
2 50
1 10
1 25
2 00
15 50
13 50
50 00
54 50
12 00
10 00
19 50
2  50
3 00
2 60
5 00
3 10
19 00
19 20
267 50
60
10 45
21 00
27 00
9 45
37 30
95 90
10 00
6 90
40 00
15,835 72
47,487 97 64 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
53
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
§   cts.
§   cts.
News-Advertiser
G A Roedde	
J Heaney	
W S Beckwith ..
R Wolfenden....
W W Wolfenden
K Scholefield....
J L McCulloch ..
K Scholefield ...
W Richdale	
11 Butler    .
J Pottinger	
F Partridge	
F Shakespeare..
E Cameron	
RW Clarke....
W W Baines
D T Ballantyne .
W H Clark	
F Butler	
W Neill	
G Kelly	
G Neill	
A Proctor	
W Cullin	
W Richdale	
W H Spurrier...
Pay Lists	
do      	
R Wolfenden	
T N Hibben & Co	
J Johnston	
A Cowan & Sons	
Nicholles & Renouf ...
Miller & Richard	
Colonist P & P Co	
BC Electric Ry Co....
Reed & Goodman	
P McQuade & Son	
Erskine, Wall & Co..   .
C PNCo	
R P Rithet & Co	
H M Customs.	
M R Smith & Co	
W S Beckwith	
G N Express Co	
J West	
L Hafer	
J L Morrison Co .....
J Heaney	
J R Shoemaker & Co..
David Spencer & Sons .
A Wyon	
McColl Bros & Co	
The Inland Printer....
A Addelson	
California Ink Co	
E G Prior & Co	
AW Knox	
The Barber & Ellis Co.
Toronto Type Foundry
Brought forward.
IV. -LEGISLATION. -Concluded.
Vote No. 47.—Journals and Statutes Binding.
Binding 934 copies of Statutes	
do     300        n       Sessional Papers
Freight and cartage on it
Express charges n
V.-PIIBLTC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).
Vote No. 48.—Printing Office, Victoria.
(Staff.)
Queen's Printer        12 months @
Clerk and proof-reader        1 n
do  overtime, §25; 11 m
Assistant clerk .  12
Mail clerk .
do
Foreman ...
Compositor ,
do
do
do
do
do
do
1
11
US
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
Chief pressman  12
Pressman      12
Assistant     8
Apprentice    4
do     3
do            7
Folder and stitcher  12
Janitor     1
do  11
Extra assistance on Sessional work, etc	
Printers' overtime	
Allowance for overtime during- Session	
22-30 ,,
10-30 „
75
75
30
50
60
125
85
80
80
110
80
60
40
40
25
20
50
50
Total salaries of Staff
(Maintenance.)
Printing paper 	
do  	
do 	
Hardware	
Steam-power perforator, type, etc .
Paper, etc	
Motor power and electric light	
Ink, brushes, etc	
Rope, varnish, benzine, etc	
Oil, brooms, etc	
Freight charges	
do 	
Duty	
Flour sacks	
Express charges	
do 	
Removing rubbish	
Repairing machinery	
Knives, wire, etc	
Hauling ink, paper, etc	
Ground glue	
Cotton, muslin, etc	
Engraving dies	
Oil and tank	
One year's subscription 	
Rags	
Ink	
Callipers, sandpaper, etc	
Grippers and bearers 	
Book paper   	
Type 	
Carried forward.
345 11
157 10
2 25
75
2,160 00
75 00
850 00
360 00
50 00
550 00
1,484 00
1,080 00
1,080 00
1,080 00
1,080 00
1,020 00
960 00
960 00
1,320 00
960 00
480 00
160 00
148 20
184 16
240 00
50 00
550 00
1,390 50
297 45
100 00
18,(
31
725 75
1,000 00
3,049 47
18 80
816 17
35 50
533 42
351 40
36 43
45 25
309 34
177 75
618 35
11 50
8 50
6 35
68 50
126 50
21 60
29 80
38 85
48 22
77 48
48 85
2 00
15 40
151 75
45 87
20 00
427 08
18 20
27,553 29
47,487 97
505 21
47,993 18 54
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$  cts.
GC Hinton	
Albion Iron Works...
Henderson Bros	
J Richmond & Co...
Weiler Bros 	
I Holmes	
Victoria Machinery Depot
R Wolfenden	
W H Phillips	
Dominion Express Co ..
Ault& Wiborg	
The World	
Trout Lake Topic	
Thomson Stationery Co.
Trythall&Son....'	
Clarke & Stuart	
Ashcroft Journal 	
The Tribune Association.
The Prospector	
W H Jones	
Rossland Miner	
Atlin Claim Printing Co
Victoria Machinery Depot
Fleming Bros	
H M Customs	
Kingham & Co	
Colonist Prin & Pub Co,
Einer & Amend	
Baird & Tatlock 	
B T Bell	
Assay, Mine & Mill Supp't
T N Hibben & Co ....
E G Prior & Co	
W H Phillips	
B A Paint Co	
W J Anderson	
S Shore     	
W P Harvey	
C J Sim	
B C Pottery    	
N P Express Co	
B C Assay & Chemical
J Johnston [Supply
Henderson Bros	
J Jardine	
A Hodgson	
A & W Wilson	
H Carmichael	
CPNCo	
W Luney	
E H Sargeant & Co...
Denver Fire Clay Co
Vic Gas Co	
LH Wightman &Co.
Berry & Stewart   ...
D R Irvine	
G B Kitto	
Binner Engraving Co.
GC Hinton	
T Kiddie	
Victoria Chemical Co.
W S Fraser & Co ....
Erskine, Wall & Co...
Soc. of Chemical Industry
Brought forward	
V.-PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).-Cor^mne^.
Vote No. 48.—Printing Office,  Victoria.—Concluded.
(Maintenance.)— Concluded.
Electric light installation and repairs .
Cup leathers for elevator 	
Glycerine and methylated spirits	
Springs	
Looking-glass, brushes, etc	
Washing towels	
Metallic belt lacing	
Paid for cleaning rags	
Steel die .
Freight charges on type	
Ink	
Printing Voters' Lists, Vancouver, E. Kootenay, N. Riding; Yale, N. & E. Ridings
do Revelstoke Riding	
do Richmond and Yale, W.    ,,       	
do Chilliwack and Dewdney M           .
do Delta it       	
do Cariboo District 	
do Nelson (Supplementary)   	
do East Kootenay, S. 11        	
do Nelson n       	
do Rossland and Slocan n	
do Bennett and Atlin Divisions, Cassiar District	
Vote No. 49.—Jiureau of Mines.
(Maintenance.)
Machinery parts	
Photographic materials —
Duty	
Coal	
Lithographing    	
Platinum parting apparatus	
Machinery parts	
Mining Manual	
Furnace, crucibles and charcoal .
Book and charts	
Night latches and truck	
Engraving steel dies	
Gasoline and alcohol	
Fire clay tile	
Nails, locks, etc..,	
Meals and bed	
Drill bits	
Fire clay    	
Express charges on assay goods .
Crucibles, etc    	
Books  	
Chemicals, etc	
Fitting up mineral museum	
Printing 	
Pipe for furnace and fitting	
Paid cartage and postage 	
Freight charges 	
Bricklayer and materials	
Still for water	
Muffler supports	
Gas	
27,553 29
Drilling machine     ...
Express charges on plates, and brokerage
Services as draughtsman	
Clerical assistance	
Engraving.   	
Stand and shade	
Expenses as examiner	
Vitrie acid	
Brass stop-cock	
Soda, etc	
Subscription to Journal	
Carried forward.
37 95
4 95
12 91
23 78
8 30
24 00
2 00
1 90
3 50
7 55
1 00
1,050 84
195 00
175 00
170 32
105 00
45 00
59 10
75 00
330 00
727 50
135 00
42 47
66 95
9 80
23 80
20 00
77 98
16 36
4 00
70 25
240 50
15 18
40 00
24 50
3 00
16 35
19 50
2 25
9 10
6 55
160 75
8 75
96 80
71 59
16 25
10 15
41 00
12 75
32 40
18 00
2 50
40 55
12 00
35 87
240 0C
192 00
188 45
16 07
72 OC
i  38
1 5C
4 85
6 09
30,748 89
24
35,108 13 64 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
55
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$   cts.
Brought forwa
V.-PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE
rd	
35,108 13
).—Continued.
JUL
12 months @ $120
. 12           „           50
.  12           ,,           35
Total salaries of Staff
1,440 00
600 00
420 00
Vote No. 50.—Provincial Musei
(Staff.)
(Maintenance.)
2,460 00
35 56
390 00
20 25
20 08
4 00
3 30
104 00
11 60
6 05
43 25
50
24 35
23 25
16 70
20 10
8 70
31 40
65 56
8 65
1 90
10 85
13 75
6 00
J H Todd & Son.
J Barnsley & Co   	
P McQuade & Son	
D E Campbell	
Weiler Bros	
A & W Wilson   .. .
R P Rithet & Co	
Fell & Co  	
Vote No. 51.—Hospital for the In.
(Staff.)
sane.
12 months @ $208.33
12           ,i           100
12           ,,             80
12           ,,             85
12           n             60
12           ii             60
12           ,,             60
12           ,,             60
12           ,i             60
12           „             60
1 1-30   ii             40
12           ,i             60
12           „              50
i         ii             40
12           „             45
3 21-30 i,             45
12           „             45
4 5-30   ,,             40
12           „             45
12           ,,             45
3 21-30 „             45
2 21-30,,             40
2           n             45
2 ,i             40
3 21-30 i,             40
3 21-30 „             40
2 26-30 „             45
1-6     ii             40
3 ,i             40
12           ii             40
i         i,             45
12           „             40
12           „             47.50
10           „             40
4 23-30 „             40
8 18-30 i,             40
12           „             50
12           n             50
12           „             55
3,328 79
G F Bodington, MD	
C4 H Manchester, M D ...
2,500 00
1,200 00
960 00
1,020 00
720 00
720 00
720 00
720 00
720 00
720 00
40 98
720 CO
600 00
20 00
540 00
165 48
540 00
167 14
540 00
640 00
165 48
108 00
90 00
401 00
521 62
499 12
494 33
6 66
120 00
480 00
482 60
480 00
570 00
400 00
191 42
344 50
600 00
600 00
660 00
W T L House	
do       	
do       	
do       	
A Abbott	
W F Beggs	
D M cQuarrie	
do       	
do       	
do       	
ACM Earll.  .
do       	
do       	
do       	
do       	
0 Wilkie	
E A Thomas   	
do       	
do           	
do       	
do       	
J E Whiteside	
do       	
do       	
do              7 5-30 mos. @ $45
A Morgan	
H Russell 	
do           8 9-30   i,           45
do           7 9-30   ,,           45
do            9 4-30   „           40
do        	
do       	
0 Oddy	
T R Duncan	
do       	
do       	
do       	
W H Goldsack	
C Stanford 	
do       	
do       	
W F Johnson 	
do      	
Carried forward.
21,088 23
38,436 92 56
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
cts
Maria Fillmore...
Ruth Gamble....
Henrietta Jones..
Mary Dibb	
Fanny M Hewitt.
M V Ker   	
Mary Reid, Jr....
P A Tremaine ...
E J Corrigan ....
Anna Carlyon ...
Violet M Werden
V W DeBeck ....
O H Pettersen ...
F Bennett	
W G Armour . ...
E Bell	
J McNeeley	
G Mathewson ...
A Bettles	
Mary Reid, Sr....
C Eagles	
J Beggs	
W S Cunningham
H Stout 	
J McCulloch	
J Woollard	
G Adams	
do       	
S Swain	
J Reichenbach & Co .
St Mungo Canning Co
New Westminster Gas Co
New West'r Corporation.
J W Creighton	
New West'r Corporation.
D S Curtis & Co ..
T A Muir & Co	
Nelson Drug Store Co .
J Weiss & Son	
J Stevens & Son	
Williams & Norgate ...
Hudson's Bay Co	
Sinclair & Gordon	
W S Collister & Co ....
J E Phillips   	
H L DeBeck	
W Thurston & Sons...
W S Collister	
G Adams	
WE Fales	
G F Bodington 	
HT Kirk	
R F Anderson & Co ...
Brought forward	
V.-PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).-C<m«i»n<ee?.
Vote No. 51.— Hospital for the Insane.—Continued.
(Staff. )—Concluded.
Matron  12 months @
Female attendant.
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
  3  months
3 months @ $32.50; 7 19-30   „
@
.7 19-30 months (
3
7 19-30 ,
1 11 30 ,
2 8-30 ,
4 8-30   ,
12 ,
2 7-30   ,
12 ,
7 13-30 ,
1 11-30 ,
1 11-30 ,
10 15-30 i
Cook	
do   	
do 1 month @ $50; 11 i
do         1 ,
Nightwatchman   12 r
do   12 ,
Laundryman   12 ,
Laundress      extra services, $30; 12 t
Barber  12 i
Tailor 170 days
Carpenter  3 13-30 months @ $60;   4 months
Engineer       9-10    ,,
35
30
60
40
40
50
45
40
in
20
1.25
40
75
Total salaries of Staff
Provisions.
Milk	
do   	
Groceries...
Vegetables .
Bread	
Meat	
Fish	
Fuel and Light.
Gas	
Electric light.
Coal	
Medicines, Etc.
Medicines	
do       	
do       	
Surgical instruments.
do
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Medical comforts
Clothing.
Gingham	
Duck, serge, cotton, etc
Underwear	
Man's ulster	
Shoemaker's Fittings.
Leather, nail knives, etc .
Furniture, Redding, Etc.
Linen, cotton, blankets, etc .
Crockery	
Furniture, carpets, etc	
Paid for sheeting	
Hardware and crockery	
do 	
Carried forward.
600 00
120 00
40S 51
419 44
68 00
128 57
300 00
67 00
390 00
223 00
276 94
41 61
525 80
19 35
490 00
40 00
600 00
540 00
480 00
150 00
240 00
212 50
360 00
67 50
27,857 45
11 70
1,307 40
5,895 57
649 78
2,633 51
4,379 66
470 58
791 15
209 54
6,308 65
862 67
217 72
13 20
15 75
i  48
13 34
8 62
17 00
6 60
896 03
726 66
5 75
223 12
647 25
93 85
347 95
59 57
92 70
190 41
55,017 i 64 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
57
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$  cts.
The Gutter PerchaCo...
The Hudson's Bay Co ...
DS Curtis & Co	
McDowell, Atkins, Wat-
E O Callaghan [son Co
Albion Iron Works...
Cunningham Hardw'e Co
Wintemute Furniture Co
Toronto Rubber Co ..
T Gifford	
S J Davidson	
H Morey & Co	
T Ovens	
P Murray	
G Drysdale	
W C Chamberlin  ....
W E Vanstone	
Galbraith & Sons	
J Reid	
Brackman, Ker Mill'g Co
Royal City Planing Mills
Gillev Bros	
N Wood	
Brunette Saw Mill Co
G C Hinton & Co ....
Hooper & Co	
Lyman Sons & Co....
Boyd, Burns & Co .. .
T A Wilson, M D	
G Williams, M D	
0 Morris, MD 	
G W Boggs, M D	
R E Walker, M D	
MS Wade, M D	
L T Davis, M D	
W F Drysdale, M D	
S Clarke, M D	
R J Hawkey, M D	
C E Arthur, M D	
R L Fraser, M D	
E C Hart, M D 	
H J Watson, MD	
G Sanson, M D	
AM Sutton, MD	
T J Slack, MD	
G S Gordon, M D	
B F Boyer, M D	
N E Drier, M D	
R W Jakes, M D	
D B Holden, M D	
J A Duncan, M D	
T S Hall, M D	
A P Proctor, M D	
J R Williams, M D ....
W W Walkem, M D ....
J A Pybus, M D	
E Hasell, M D	
A M Watson, M D	
F J Kenney, M D	
G E Drew, M D	
RSBO'Brien, M D	
S O Oppenheimer, M D..
GHHSvmonds, M D...
W Reinhard,MD	
1 M Maclean, M D	
J C Farish, M D	
O Morris, M D	
R F Anderson & Co	
The Publisher'sSyndicate
Brought forward	
V. -PUBLIC  INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE) -Continued.
Vote No. SI.—Hospital for the Insane.—Continued.
(Maintenance).—Co ntinued.
Furniture, Bedding, Etc.—Concluded.
Spittoons	
Oilcloth and matting	
Alcohol, combs, etc	
Rubber utensils	
Piano tuning	
Stove, etc	
Hardware	
Carpets and furniture	
Water bed	
Clocks and repairs	
Curry combs and brushes	
Games	
Repairing plough, etc 	
Sharpening shears	
Curtains	
Clock	
Machinery and repairs	
Furniture material 	
Carpenter's repairs	
Straw for mattresses	
Lumber	
Flower pots	
Waggon pole, etc	
Lumber	
Electrical fittings	
Vest, sheet and jacket combined
Mouth-gag	
Safety valves	
Misc ellan eons.
Examining 2 persons as to sanity.
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expenses, $26
ii    expenses, il.
expenses, $2.50 .
treatment, $5 ...
Sundry hardware, oil .
Surgical books	
Carried forward.
55,017 66
21 25
128 10
8 50
4 00
6 75
33 00
42 35
850 25
7 25
25 25
6 75
10 45
12 00
50
21 50
7 50
24 30
56 25
1 50
9 60
30 80
5 50
5 00
37 72
80 65
17 40
1 67
8 00
10 00
15 00
5 00
16 00
25 00
15 00
25 00
10 00
10 00
20 00
5 00
36 00
20 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
11 00
5 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
10 00
5 00
15 00
5 00
7 50
5 00
10 00
5 00
10 00
5 00
6 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
10 00
287 38
24 00
38,436 92
57,182 33 38,436 92 58
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
|   cts
D Murchie	
Brackman & Ker	
GF Bodington, M D ....
T Ovens	
Watson & Campbell	
Cleeve Cann &ColdStor-
DS Curtis & Co [age
D Miller ,.. . .[the Insane
Rockwood Hospital for
The Cunningh'm H'rdw're
McDowell, Atkins, Wat
R H Johnston .... [son Co
Emma Johnson	
Holmes & Hacking...
G H Manchester, M D
Common Sense Manfr Co
W E Vanstone	
J Culbert	
J Cameron	
Belyea & Co	
H Morey & Co	
P O, New Westminster
CPR	
World p'&PCo!'.'.'.'.'.'.
Colonist P & P Co	
The Columbian Co	
J J Gamon 	
H McLean 	
M McLean	
C T Godfrey ...
F Mathews ....
J Sturgeon	
E Hyde	
W Hargreaves .
M S Wade, M D
Marshall & Todd ..
Hopkins & McLean
J N Moore	
A McLean	
W Johnson 	
J F Barber	
Corp'n City of Kamloops
G A Coburn 	
Cameron & Milton   ..
City of Kamloops
G T Mallery	
Hudson's Bay Uo
MacArthur & Harper	
L Quinn	
Brought forward	
V-PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAIISTEN A\lSC^).~Continued.
Vote No. 51.—Hospital for the Insane.—Concluded.
(Maintenance).—Concluded.
Miscellaneous.—Concluded.
Funeral expenses, 19 patients	
Chop feed, straw, etc .  	
Paid for magazines, papers, freight, expressage, etc .
Shoeing horses, etc	
Magazines and papers	
Ice.
Paper, prescriptions, etc	
Buggy hire at funerals      	
Maintenance of insane convict, J. L. Barry, 12 months	
Machinery    	
Vaccine	
Garden seeds	
Care of child born in the Asylum, 5 weeks @ $5	
Dentistry .    .
Paid express charges, fare of F. Schultz, patient, to Seattle, etc .
Drugs.
Oils and cans
Manure	
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Games	
Rent of drawer	
Fares and sleepers, G. F. Bodington, M.D., Newr West'r to Liverpool and return .
Fares of recovered patients to the United Kingdom, etc	
Subscription for "Daily World," 1897-1899   	
do "Colonist," 1898-1899	
do "Daily Columbian," 1898-1900	
Corn-cob pipes     	
Vote No. 52.— Provincial Home, >Kamloo2)s.
(Staff.)
Superintendent  12 months @ $65
Matron .    12
Attendant  12
Cook  11
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Fireman   12
Assistant fireman during winter months (5 months and 18 days) .
Medical attendance on inmates 	
30
40
40
40
30
(Maintenance)
Provisions.
Total salaries of Staff
Groceries.
do
Meat	
Milk	
Bread —
do   ....
Fuel and Light.
Electric light.
Wood	
Coal	
Water.
Water
Med icines.
Medicines .......
Medical comforts .
Clothing.
Clothing	
Repairing shoes
Carried forward.
304 00
381 55
74 89
46 12
72 95
97 70
116 50
30 00
188 00
17 28
2 00
25 20
25 00
18 00
24 70
5 00
11 05
1 50
6 00
6 00
80
5 00
335 00
1,777 85
10 00
8 50
13 30
7 50
780 00
360 00
480 00
140 00
40 00
360 00
118 00
422 50
3,000 50
2,552 22
36 21
2,023 35
566 50
109 80
608 40
264 75
643 16
180 00
766 65
40 75
372 35
30 25
11,205 67
60,773 72
99,210 64 BBEATA.
On page 54 for total $35,108 13 read "$32,748 13."
On page 59 for total $111,336 74 read "$108,976 74.' 64 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
59
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
t   cts.
$  cts.
11,265 57
99,210 64
V.-PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).-C<mcfc««etf.
Vote No. 52.— Provincial Home, Kamloops.— Concluded.
(Maintenance).—Concluded.
Furniture, Bedding, Etc.
T Mathews	
64 10
32 71
38 40
35 29
22 45
5 50
5 75
E G Prior & Co	
J Vair 	
Shotton & McClughan  ..
Transport.
C P R Co	
54 80
5 00
107 20
3 00
9 55
37 70
12 50
16 75
4 70
CPN Co	
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W H Bullock-Webster...
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J F Sayre 	
Miscellaneous.
4 25
1 45
1 00
260 35
6 10
30 00
1 19
43 11
36 10
2 43
11 25
7 90
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Shotton & McClughan ..
J Vair 	
McArthur & Harper	
VI. -HOSPITALS and chakities.
12,126 10
111,336 74
Vote No. 53.—Grants to Hospitals.
Provincial Royal J~ubilee Hospital, Victoria.
C Hayward, Treasurer ..
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Grant in aid, 12 months	
Allowance for 1,328 patients for 15,994 days (3 50c. per diem	
Hospital, Neiv Westminster.
500 00
7,997 00
Roval Columbian Hosp'l.
500 00
2,959 50
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Hospital, Cariboo.
Royal Cariboo Hospital .
2,000 00
Hospital, Chemainus.
L G Hill 	
375 00
299 50
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Hospital, Nanaimo.
J Pawson, Treasurer	
do
500 00
3,617 50
Hospital, Kamloops.
1,500 00
1,002 50
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21,151 00 60
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$  cts.
21,151 00
VI-HOSPITALS AND CHAKITmS.-Continued.
Vote No. 53.—Grants to Hospitals.—Concluded.
Hospital, Vancouver.
City Hospital	
do
500 00
8,451 50
Hospital, Sandon.
298 50
Hospital, Golden.
S G Robbins, Secretary..
do
500 00
Hospital, Nelson.
F W Swannell, Secretary
500 00
1,984 00
Hospital, Union, Comox.
J B Bennett, Secretary..
do
500 00
855 00
Hospital, Fort Simpson.
A E Bolton, Treasurer...
500 00
113 00
do
Hospital, Fort Steele.
Fort Steele Hospital	
500 00
127 00
do               	
Hospital, Vernon.
500 00
668 00
do
Hospital, Rossland.
Mater Misericordiae Hos.
do
500 00
3,231 50
Vote No. 54.—Refuge Home, Victoria.
E R Grant, Treasurer	
1,000 00
Vote No. 56.—In aid of Resident Physician, Nicola.
A M Sutton, M D   .
400 00
Vote No. 57.—In aid of Resident Physician, lower part of
Cariboo District.
166 66
Vote No. 58.—In aid of Resident Physician, 150-Mile House.
RT W Herald, M D...
300 00
43,719 16 64 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
61
G R Baker, M D .
P W Rolston, M D .
California   Institute   for
the Deaf, Dumb and Blind
Friendly Help Associat'n
Munn, Holland & Co ...
Martha Bond	
Kate Macdonald	
L Gould	
W Cook	
Rahy Bros	
M Hazar	
E Nicholson	
S Redgrave	
Minnie McKenzie	
WCox 	
J D Graham   	
Pioneer Bakery	
J Jeffrey	
Burns & McDougall	
British America Corpor'n
Fortin & Le Cappellaine.
WRDockrill..	
A Brunich	
H Henning	
J St Clair Blackett &Co.
J Broder	
Parsons Produce Co  	
A A Nickerson 	
C Doelker	
M G McNeill 	
Rice & Hastie  	
Thagard & Gurney	
Atlin Laundry	
Principal Laundry	
Dixon Bros	
G M Shirley	
J Flanders	
J T Regan	
Johnson & Wilder	
T Dunn & Co	
McLennan, McFeel'y&Co
F M Boyle, M D	
WM Phillip, MD,..,
G Lewis, M D 	
J Blyth	
CE Printer	
J Miller	
H E Brown	
H Watt, M D	
A Muir  .
A W Bleasdell	
Fort Steele Hospital .
J Gilbert	
D W McVicar	
W F Teetzel	
La Bau & Forin, MD.
A E Porter, M D	
W Fielding	
W D Hall	
J West& Co	
Whitney & Pedlar ...
T D DesBrisay	
43,719 16
VI.-HOSPITALS AND CKARmW-Continued.
Vote No. 59.—In aid of Resident Physician) Salt Spring Island.
200 00
Vote No. 60.—In aid of Resident Physician, West Coast.
500 00
Vote No. 61.—In aid of Educating the Deaf and Dumb.
1,560 00
Vote No. 62.—In aid of Destitute Poor and Sich.
54 00
4 00
71 70
210 00
120 00
48 00
30 00
15 00
20 00
3 00
22 50
12 00
15 00
60
1 00
24 95
54 30
74 76
63 25
1 40
1 55
162 70
36 19
14 25
13 00
27 25
86 00
24 00
21 00
40 00
1 55
35 00
27 00
50 25
4 59
10 00
81 75
3 50
305 00
295 00
192 50
72 00
92 00
28 00
30 00
27 50
4 00
21 60
27 00
435 25
2 50
89 75
475 00
70 00
20 00
43 00
2 60
13 20
20 25
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Medical comforts,                   ,r                             .......
Washing-,                                   t,                             	
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Cordwood,                                ,,                               	
Canvas,                                   ,,	
Poles and sawdust,                n                           	
Heating-apparatus,               n                           	
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Professional services,                        Fort Steele Hospital	
Nurse,                                                        ti               n       	
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Allowance for maintenance,               	
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Drugs,                                                            n           	
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Attendance on the sick,                               ,,           ....
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3,751 08
45,979 16 62
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$ cts.
$ cts.
3,751 08
3 00
8 65
287 38
3 00
330 00
34 50
241 65
29 25
10 75
5 00
10 97
5 00
33 00
171 00
5 00
10 CO
85 00
107 00
80 25
6 50
2 00
2 00
12 00
6 00
2 00
3 60
20 45
65 49
00 00
28 00
10 00
161 26
3 00
1 00
17 00
15 00
10 00
22 05
62 25
1 50
75 00
12 00
4 00
6 00
86 28
11 40
4 50
41 65
80 00
75 00
25 00
5 00
40 00
21 00
12 00
5 00
31 23
5 30
5 00
4 00
2 00
10 60
7 75
3 75
440 00
85 20
7 00
89 88
254 75
7 50
10 oo
25 00
10 00
21 00
10 00
3 65
60 00
45,979 16
VI.-HOSPITALS AND CIIAKlTmS-Continued.
Vote No. 62.—In aid of Destitute Poor and Sicte.—Continued.
Wright & Callbraith ....
Presbyterian Hospital...
Kootenay Restaurant ...
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Hauling and splitting cordwood,          n                 ....  	
Jakes & Oppenheimer...
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J VV Burr	
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W E Woodward  	
Hofercamp & Johnson...
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Esquimalt Grocery  	
St Eugene Hospital .     ..
J H King, M D	
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B F Boyer, M D 	
Hay                                                                             	
J Darrell	
Corpor'n City of Victoria
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7,310 01
45,979 16 64 Vict.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
63
R P Rithet & Co
J Carson	
C! L Waite	
OPE Co	
H W Heal	
J Morrow	
Pay Lists	
N Shakespeare.
E Pearson	
T Shotbolt ....
W Dalby	
C G Johnston..
F Buscombe ...
W J Armstrong
J Eeid	
E Shakespeare
J Hilbert	
T J Armstrong
Sundry persons
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Brought forward	
VI.- HOSPITALS AND CrlAniTTES.-Concluded.
Vote No. 62.—In, aid of Destitute Poor and Siclz.— Concluded.
Fares	
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VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
Vote No. 63.—Summoning and paying Jurors and Witnesses.
Petit jurors.
Selector of j
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Witness fees
all Assizes	
urors, Victoria.
New Westminster .
Nanaimo.
select jurors,
and expenses
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New Westminster .
Beg-, v. Bradley, Victoria .
Jim & Frozentoes,
Union Colliery Co.,
Armour,
LeLeiver
Morris,
Stoddart,
Adams,
Williams,
Sarel,
Sam Sing,
Ah Low,
J. Fay, etc.,
Bayliss & Bayliss,
Knox,
Dunlop,
Teague, Vancouver .
Hamilton,
Braden,
Irving,
Sumner,
Kelly,
McNeill,
Beta King,
McKenzie,
Cantwell,
Dixon,
Kailukwirs (Indian),
Wilson,
Stubley,
Queen,
Bowes,
Donough, etc.,
Robinson,
Vianen and Kelly,
H. McMillan,
J. Bow, New Westminster .
Saunders,
Currie and Green,
Ah Chung-,
Foran,
Thompson,
W. Robert,
Siwash Joe,
Daggett,
Kelly, etc.,
Sylvia, etc.,
Stazza, '.
Samuel,
Carried forward.
7,310 01
45,979 16
15 00
3 36
15 00
9 15
64 25
10 00
7,416 76
53,395 92
7,561 60
5 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
35 00
5 00
10 00
20 00
10 00
10 00
25 00
6 00
20 60
469 85
161 50
26 00
20 00
16 00
26 00
126 00
140 00
21 00
7 00
24 00
42 90
12 00
296 00
53 60
14 00
4 00
23 75
6 00
51 90
88 70
18 00
8 00
3 50
2 00
20 00
28 00
41 00
59 00
10 00
60 00
8 00
14 80
3 00
16 00
17 00
36 00
30 45
86 20
18 00
65 50
4 00
37 20
34 00
54 00
43 00
8 00
10,083 65 64
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$  cts.
Sundry persons	
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M G Spain	
K Fulton	
C F Fagan	
T Costley   	
Union Steamship Co .
CPR	
J Carter  	
Alert Bay Saw Mill...
H Siddall 	
Brough t forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OP JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).-
Continued.
Vote No. 63.
-Summoning and paying Jurors  and Witnesses.-
Continued.
Witness fees and expenses, Beg. v. Lee,
Nanaimo
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Allin,
Lombarde,
Mikkleson,
Mclnnis,
Mitchell,
Kentwell,
Mullen,
Mills,
Atcheson,
Stirling,
MoKesvey,
Fong Litn,
Lewis,
Succomomu,
Byron,
Annie Wood,
Flannigan,
Malloy,
Turnbull,
Keefe,
T. Clayborn,
Preston,
Sanderson,
Masdorka,
Lavalli, etc.,
Rodgers,
Kelly,
Walker,
Sutherland,
Bodvin,
Wilson,
Knapper,
Chulin, etc.,
Brown,
Austin,
Francois,
Bush,
Napp,
Smith,
Alexisse,
Hughes,
Kelly,
Wolf,
McLeod,
Gason,
Smith,
Atchison,
Mullen & Cameron,
Seviani,
Vandersen,
Anderson,
Warmoth,
Donald,
Jack,
Gilpin,
Descultah,
Thompson,
Ah Kim,
Wild AIco,
Everett,
Howard,
Solus,
Judd,
Bullick,
re Miller murder case,
Kamloops.
Bossland
Clinton
Golden
Greenwood .
Salmon Arm.
Grand Forks.
Bevelstoke ..
Midway
108-Mile House	
Chilcotin   	
Telegraph Creek	
Nicola       	
Ashcroft    	
Vernon, Fall Assize, 1899.
Fort Steele.
Meals supplied to witnesses,
Serving subpoenas,
Witness fees, re McDonald's death,
Buggy hire, Grand Jury inspecting public institutions.
Fares and meals of witnesses, Beg. v. Hunt,
do ii n       Kelly,
Beds and meals n u       Hunt,
Meals supplied to witnesses, en route to assize,
Hack hire, witnesses, Beg. v. Armour,
Steveston .
Clayoquot.
Vancouver.
Victoria
Carried forward.
37 80
30 20
44 50
10 00
26 7i
6 00
103
244 76
195 40
02 90
14 00
11 00
16 00
10 00
20 00
6 60
31
41 00
25 00
86 60
44
25 90
8 00
168 75
67 20
5 15
14 00
106 00
34 40
16 00
29 70
48 90
06 15
275 20
241 00
7 00
9 00
2 00
8 00
23
38 50
941 00
9 00
4 00
10 00
24 80
123 20
2 50
47 50
6 CO
4 00
20 80
75 00
20 00
25 00
53 60
5 50
4S 00
32 85
12 50
30 00
20 90
108 00
4 50
6 40
12 00
1 50
1 00
13 50
8 00
18 75
103 60
23 75
3 50
1 50
14,167 90 64 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, L899, to 30th June, 1900.
65
II E Levy	
R J Mugford    ...
B Bray	
C P Navigation Co ....
do
E Cutler 	
J Smith	
G Winter 	
H W Lomas	
Cosmopolitan Hotel
Grand Pacific Hotel...
M Masson	
A P Morris	
J Costley	
J Marks	
B C Express Co 	
L D Loring	
GB McDermott	
W McNeish  	
Sundry Indians	
E J Olferhaus, M D .   .
H G Muller 	
S S Aberdeen	
II B Fairfield	
W Hodgkinson	
Fitzgerald & Tubmans
B P Cooke	
D Corsan, M D	
G B Baker, M D	
D Campbell	
J R Brown	
Driard Hotel	
Union Steamship Co ..
E II McMillan	
M F Insley	
P A Devoy	
Guichon Hotel	
J F Sayre 	
CPE	
J Stewart	
FWBain	
Yates & Jay	
F Higgins	
Robertson & Robertson
A L Belyea	
A C B Jack	
Howay & Reid	
GF Cane	
W H Edmonds   .
Morrison & Dockrill...
Henderson & Keith . ..
WM Gray	
C N Barker    	
E M Yarwood	
F McB Young	
Galliher & Wilson	
J Elliot   	
J A McDonald	
E A Crease	
Taylor & Hannington .
MacNeill & Deacon....
F Billings	
J Murphy	
T O'Brien	
A L Belyea	
Eckstein & Sutton ....
Alex D Macintyre  ....
A Peter	
Ah Sing	
Brouqht forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION  OP JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES). -
Continued.
Vote No. 63.—Summoning and paying Jurors and  Witnesses.-
Concluded.
Beg. v. Armour,
Victoria,
Meals, jurors and Sheriff, etc.,
Buggy hire,
Hack hire, Crown Prosecutor,
Hire of steamer, meals for Judge, jury, etc.
Fare, W. G. Workman (witness), Vancouver to Victoria, Reg. v. Williams, Victoria
Victoria
Kandoops.
Conveying CafTrey from E. Sooke and return, Reg. v. Bayless,
Hack hire for Grand Jury (Spring Assize, 1900),
do n ii
do n it
Meals supplied to petit jurors,
do ii
Serving subpoenas on witnesses, Reg. v. Atchison,
Attending Court,
Buggy hire, Grand Jury,
Summoning witnesses, re Court,
Fares, meals, beds, etc., witnesses, Spring Assize, 1900,
Summoning witnesses at 89-Mile Post, Beg. v. Cortes,
Provisions supplied Mrs. McCaulay, witness, waiting trial, Beg. v. Hughes, Golden
Meals and beds, jurors and constable,
Witnesses, re investigation death of Indian woman,
do ii n
Meals for two witnesses, Beg. v. Benson,
do „
Conveyance Constable F. E. Morris, serving summons	
Horse hire, Constable McKen,
Clinton
Lytton
Vernon
Alberni
Fort Steele .
Salt Spring Id .
Fairview   	
Buggy hire, witness re investigation Const. C. A. Cox,
do serving summonses, witnesses,       Beg. v. Fuller.
Witness fees, n
do re injuries received by W. Palvig,
Fares, 2 Indian witnesses re liquor case,
Buggy hire, Beg. v. Smith, ,,
Meals, beds, and horse feed, Beg. ». J. Thompson, Nicola
Fares and meals of 5 Indian witnesses, Vancouver to Alert Bay 	
Provisions supplied ,i il 	
Meals supplied witnesses, Reg v. Robert,
Hack hire, grand jury visiting public institutions,
Meals and beds, petit jurors and guards, Beg. v. Sylvia,
Expenses serving summons, u       Ah Kim
Fare, sleeper and meals, L. Marchanton, witness,   n
Witness fees, short paid, n
Fares and meals, serving summons, Halcyon Springs
N. Westminster.
Lytton
Van Dusen, Revelstoke ..
Galpin,       Alexis Creek
Vancouver.
ii        and Clinton.
New Westminster ....
Vote No. 64.—Prosecution and Interpreters.
Crown Counsel, Speedy Trials and Assizes, 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
do
Interpreter, Victoria ....
do ii ....
Nanaimo
Nelson
Rossland      	
Vernon     	
Revelstoke	
Golden      	
Atlin 	
Grand Forks	
Kamloops, Vernon, and Revelstoke.
Carried forward, .
14,167
12 50
4 00
3 00
80 00
3 00
12 50
4 50
4 50
4 50
40 50
6 50
4 00
1 00
6 00
2 00
484 00
2 50
25 31
28 00
16 00
14 00
22 50
23 00
1 00
5 00
2 50
2 00
4 00
4 00
1 00
9 00
10 00
20 00
5 00
75
10 00
28 00
5 25
174 40
5 00
4 10
96 00
6 00
25 00
743 00
512 21
30 00
598 00
44 00
190 00
30 00
10 60
60 00
45 00
16 00
314 20
145 00
295 00
25 00
210 88
255 00
191 00
30 00
186 56
75 00
75 00
363 50
4 00
2 50
15,262 72
4,576 45 15,262 72 66
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SEEVICE.
$  cts.
$  cts
Brought forward...
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OP JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
Continued.
4,576 45
22 50
15 00
3 00
8 00
9 60
2 50
2 50
35 00
58 70
3 00
9 00
9 00
2 00
8 00
2 00
4 00
2 50
2 60
1 00
6 00
1 50
9 00
3 00
9 00
2 50
24 00
5 00
3 00
2 50
24 00
1 00
7 60
2 00
30 00
2 00
35 00
2 50
19 30
2 00
2 50
1 00
13 00
5 00
2 50
4 60
1 00
4 75
2 00
15,262 72
SALARIES).-
^oncluded.
Vote No. 64.—Prosecution and Interpreters.—(
do                 ,,                  	
do                 ii	
do
do                 ii                         	
do                 ,,	
do                 ,,       	
do                 ii       	
do                 ii                       	
do                 ,i       	
do                 ii         	
do                 ii         	
Chong Lee 	
do                 ii                  	
G McKay	
W Brotchie	
J A Teit  	
do                 i,       	
C S Campbell	
Vote No. 65.—Expenses of Inquests.
Holding 11 inquests @ $10,                             mileage, etc., 628,
do       1       „        ~   10
do       3       ii              10, 13 inquiries @ $5,            n          40
do      1      „             10
do       6       ,i               10                                                ,,           24.20
do       4       i,               10, 14         „             5,             „           21
do       6        n               10
do       1       i.               10
do       1       ,,               10                                                ,,           18.80
do       9       n               10                                                ii           32.80
do       5        i.               10                                                „             6
do       1       n               10                                                ii             2.40
do        1        „               10                                                i,             5.60
do        1        ii               10                                                ii               .30
do       1        ii               10                                                .,           37.60
do       1       i,              10, 2 inquiries (3 §5,             „          30.90
do       7       ,i              10                                            ,,          52
do                                      1         „             5
do                                      2         ,,             5
do       1       ,,              10
do                                      1         ii             5              „            4.80
Victoria District
Vancouver     n
ii               ii
New West'r   n
Nanaimo        n
Comox           ii
Kamloops       m
Ashcroft         ii
Kamloops      n
Boundary      n
n              ii
W. Kootenay n
n             n
ii             ii
E. Kootenay n
it             ii
it             it
ti             it
tt             it
ti             ii
6,003 40
ECIIart,MD	
138 00
10 00
135 00
10 00
84 20
131 00
60 00
10 00
28 80
122 80
56 00
12 40
15 60
10 30
47 60
50 90
122 00
5 00
10 00
10 00
9 80
27 60
W J McGuigan, M D ....
L T Davis, M D	
S Clarke, M D	
do           	
M S Wade, M D	
BBS Smith, M D	
B W Jakes, M D	
W H Lilly	
E J Bothwell, M D
H Frites	
WH Wilson, MD	
Alex Moffat	
A T Clarke	
do              	
1,107 00
20,266 12 64 Vict.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
67
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
J P Patenaude	
J Clapperton	
J R Williams, MD..
S Clarke, M D	
O Morris, M D	
J W Cross, M D. ...
R B White, M D ....
J Norcross	
A S Munro, M D....
G Lewis, M D  	
P W Rolston, M D ..
RL Fraser, MD... .
H M Robertson, M D
D B Holden, MD....
P B Handyside, M D
C M Kingston, M D .
B D F Boyoe, M D ..
E Drier, il D	
A P Proctor, M D...
M .1 Lindsay, MD...
G Lewis, M D	
A M Sullivan	
J Brodie, M D	
J Westward, M D ., .
N Taylor, M D	
G B McDermott	
E S Hassell, MD...
A P Proctor, M D ..
F W Lambert, M D .
— Westward, M D ..
J E Schow, M D ...
G S Gordon, MD...
AM Sutton, M D ....
E C Foot, M D	
M F Lucas, M D ...
M D Keith, M D ....
R B White, M D ....
C A Staples, M D ...
Sundry persons ....
do 	
do 	
T D Vendetti	
T V Nagas 	
W J Manson  	
Bella Vista Hotel	
A G A Robinson
A T Hautier	
P A Devoy	
T E Cooper	
J W Davis & Co	
Thulin Bros	
H Keast	
S Redgrave	
A Forrester	
D J Darraugh	
J Burr	
H Keast     	
J Smethurst	
Thulin Bros	
O Morris	
A P Morris	
do 	
Alex Main	
do       	
J Watt	
GKerby	
Harry Robins	
M H Glaser	
E B White, M D ...   .
J W Cross, MD	
do 	
P H Powers, M D	
E W Jakes, M D	
do 	
Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).-
Continued.
Vote No. 65.—Expenses of Inquests.—Concluded.
do
2   ,
do
2
do
1   ,
do
2
do
1   ,
Holding- 2 inquests @ $10,
10
10
10
10
10
Investigating- death of Indian, $21,
Holding 2 inquests @ $10, 1 inquiry, $5,
do      1        ,, 10
Investigating death of 2 men and giving evidence,
Holding 1 inquest, $10,
do     2 post-mortem exams. & evidence.
mileage, etc., $11.20 Carihoo District|
10.40 Yale
37.60      t,
ir 13.20      ,.
., 77.60  Okanagan
„ 6.80 Wigwam	
ii 4.50 Okanagan
it 6       Cowichan
Cassiar
Clayoquot
Victoria
do
i
do
]
do
1
do
1
do
1
do
1
do
5
do
1
do
1
do
1
do
1
do
1
'§40; mileage, &c,$26.40,     ,t
ti
Esquimalt
Comox
n 28.40, Okanagan
50;
10;
10;
12.80, Kamloops    ...
Bennett.......
Atlin	
6,      Nicola	
5, E. Kootenay Dist.
Boundary        ,,
Allowance for post-mortem held at Tete Jeune Cache (30 days), $250; expen's, $17.40|
Camp supplies to Dr. Taylor re post-mortem at Tete Jeune Cache
Giving medical evidence, Victoria 	
do Kamloops	
do „ 	
do Boundary District	
do it t,       	
Yale
Cowichan
expenses.
20c...
S3.60 .
do
do
do
do
do Van Anda 	
do Okanagan District	
do Cumberland    	
Jurors' fees, 840; expenses, $ 9	
Witness   „     32; „ 16.30	
Services as special constables, $44; expenses, $16.75	
do        interpreter    ....
do n	
do 	
Kent of room for inquest at Agassiz 	
Horse hire, t, Pine City	
Hire of team conveying jury to view body at Lytton	
Buggy hire re inquest at Hall's Prairie	
Hire of room re post-mortem at Grand Forks 	
Conveying body, G. Ward, to undertaker, Grand Forks	
do J. B. McAllister, from Malaspina Inlet to Shoal Bay and return..
do Duncanson, from river to Court House, etc   	
Fares, meals, and bed, as constable re inquest on body of H. Crombie	
do 11 R. Eastman	
do ti J. Nelson	
do re inquests	
Services as messenger re inquest on bodyr of Lomas at Somenos	
do       self and horse, 11 J. Angus at Sooke	
Hire of steamer, 3 days, re death of J. Clarke	
Horse hire	
Sundry expenses re inquest on body of unknown near Kamloops 	
Fares, meals, and bed, re death of Berjland	
Expense re finding body of J. Alcock, Vancouver	
do ti I. Fraser, Steveston	
Disinterring body (Indian)	
do ti        	
Conveying body from Boundary Creek Falls to Greenwood	
Services re investigation into death of J. Hawkins, 3 days @ $2.50	
Examining remains of unknown at McCuddy's, $15; horse hire, $2	
do J. Sullivan, Sicamous, mileage	
Services investigating death of A. Falcon	
do       at inquest of G. Kay, $5; mileage, 30 cents	
do       re inquiry into death of C. Peterson	
Expenses, n D.Condon	
Carried forward.
31 20
30 40
57 60
23 20
97 60
16 80
25 50
31 00
10 00
25
10 00
20 00
66 40
10 00
10 00
10 00
38 40
10 00
62 80
15 00
30 00
16 00
15 00
10 00
267 40
57 30
10 00
10 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
5 20
8 60
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
10 00
49 00
48 30
60 75
10 00
3 CO
2 50
2 00
6 00
2 50
5 00
10 00
15 00
30 00
5 50
8 00
5 00
11 00
4 OO
2 50
2 60
30 00
20 00
6 35
7 40
10 50
6 50
1 00
1 00
5 00
7 50
17 00
17 60
20 20
6 30
16 00
7 00
20,266 12
2,647 30 68
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$  cts
T Lee Ling
J Crewe ...
C Pictor...
McMillan Bros	
L Dickinson	
McLeod & Morrell 	
McCandless Bros	
E Porter and Sons	
Erskine, Wall & Co	
Victoria Water Works...
Victoria Gas Co	
J Cochrane	
W Jackson & Co	
E E Hansen	
Baker & Colston   	
J Baker 	
Nicholles & Benouf	
J A Sayward	
Taylor Mill Co	
J Eule 	
P Hansen	
A Thomas	
R II Johnston	
Sylvester Feed Co	
J Bell	
W J Pendray	
Henderson Bros	
G Maidment	
B Harris  .
T N Hibben & Co	
Shore & Anderson	
The Hutcheson Co	
Weiler Bros    	
G McRae	
Albion Iron Works 	
G C Hinton & Co	
A & W Wilson	
RF John	
A McGregor & Co	
F Carne, Sr 	
P Jamieson   	
Erskine, Wall & Co	
S Bowbottom  	
Hemans & Wamsley	
Tavlor, Smith & Co .   ...
J Hirst	
Nanaimo Water W'ks Co
Nanaimo Electric L't Co.
J Whitfield	
S E Roberts	
EPimbury & Co	
Union Brewing Co	
Thompson & Scoville	
do
S Colburn	
S Craig	
C M Chalmers	
W H Morton	
Bandle Bros	
E Millington  .    	
Andrews & Donaldson...
Eeichenbach & Co	
Benson & Ayling	
A Lavery	
G Adams	
D S Curtis & Co	
J E Phillips   	
Gilley Bros	
do        	
Cor City of New Westm'r
do
Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OP JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES.)-
Continued.
Vote No. 66.—Rewards.
Reward for giving information re Ah Why, escaped prisoner	
do evidence leading to conviction for illicit liquor traffic
do ii it
Vote No. 67.—Keep of Prisoners.
Bread,
do
do
Clothing, shoes, etc.,
Meat,
Groceries,
Water,
Gas,
Medicines, etc.,
do
do (paid for),
Coal,
do
Hardware, oil, powder, etc.,
Sawdust,
Lumber, etc.,
Manure for grounds,
do
do
Seeds,
Potatoes,
Lime,
Tree spray,
Vaccine points,
Disinfectants,
Wood,
Books, etc.,
Blinds,
Cotton,
Cocoa matting,
Straw for pitting roots, etc.,
Stove, fire grates and fronts, etc.,
Electric bells and repairs,
Repairs to water pipes,
Paid for express hire,
Leg-irons and repairs,
Meals for prisoners (lock-up),
do '     ti
Soap, broom, etc., n
Bread,
Meat,
Groceries, bran, oats, etc.,
do      clothing, etc.,
Water,
Electric light,
Boots,
Clock,
Medicines, etc.,
Sacks,
Coal,
Hauling potatoes,
Ploughing grounds,
Sharpening mattocks,
Repairs to harness,
do       heater,
do      tinware,
Shoeing horses, repairs, etc.,
do
Meat,
Fish,
Bread,
Groceries, etc ,
Medicine, etc.,
Clothing and blankets,
Coal,
Lime,
Water,
Electric light,
Victoria Gaol .
Nanaimo Gaol .
New Westminster Gaol.
Carried forward.
10 00
10 00
25 00
8 65
382 18
189 93
453 50
574 31
425 60
104 00
360 75
25 28
9 50
30 60
97 00
97 00
67 13
5 00
121 50
30 00
3 00
14 00
6 65
21 50
7 75
2 00
3 90
4 90
17 50
6 76
4 25
80
6 00
0 50
27 00
3 75
2 50
1 50
7 00
29 25
28 06
1 66
217 54
179 45
80 53
188 81
60 76
99 85
24 00
6 00
30 46
5 00
55 95
6 7
12 00
9 15
i 00
2 65
6 15
7 00
17 18
256 93
112 93
545 92
249 00
130 85
308 68
493 95
9 00
41 58
185 42
22,913 42
45 00
535 51 22,958 42 64 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
69
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
New Westminster Gas Co
Brackman & Ker Mil'g Co
City Market Co	
W Johnston	
J Fleger 	
R F Anderson & Co . ...
do
S J Davidson	
R E Vanstone 	
Schaake 	
Royal City Planing Mill
HT Kirk	
E Rousseau	
J Reid	
D Robson	
D Murchie	
E McDonald	
T JTrapp & Co	
J F Barber	
Hopkins & McLean	
J R Hull & Co	
G T Mallery	
G A Coburn	
City of Kamloops	
Cameron & Milton
McArthur & Harper	
Shotton & McClughan..
D C McLaren	
E G Prior & Co	
W Hargreaves	
J Vair	
Johnston & McGill   ....
Harmon Bros	
Pacific Hotel	
W BBanburv	
R G Joy    . ■	
Hudson Bay Co	
Kirkpatrick & Wilson...
Simpson & Doaley	
West Kootn'y Butcher Co
G W West & Co	
W P Tierney	
Lethbridge, Gait Coal Co
West Koot'y Brick & L Co
Wallace & Miller	
J F Weir	
A Perland	
F Irvine & Co	
Canada Drug & Book Co.
KG McLeod	
Fraser & Broderwick...
Nelson Saw &, Planing1 M
Corporat'n City of Nelson
Thomson Stationery Co.
G Bell & Co	
M J Scully	
Vancouver Hardware Co.
H Byers & Co	
W Ebbs	
Lawrence Hardware Co..
Kootenay Elec Light Co.
H Grieve	
J M Dougall	
G H Page 	
EG Cary	
G Kerchley	
Leiser & Hamburger ....
Cum'd & Union Water Co
D Kirkpatrick	
J C Moore	
CS Ryder, Jr	
C H Tarbell 	
Janet Madill	
Annie Woodhus	
J Thompson ..   	
Hattie Adams	
Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION  OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
Continued.
Vote No. 67.~Keep of Prisoners.—Continued.
New Westminster Gaol.
Gas,
Hay, oats, etc., M 	
do
Boots, m 	
Milk, ,, 	
Hardware, paint, glass, etc., m -.    	
Repairs to stove, etc., M 	
do       harness, M 	
do       latrines, n
do        soup boiler, ,, 	
Lumber and repairs to root-house, n      	
Crockery n boiler, n 	
Leather ,, boots, ■■ 	
Shoeing horses, waggon pole, ladder, hooks, etc., New Westminster Gaol.
Hymn-books,
Burying Chinaman,
Special guard, 3 nights @ $2,
Locks (lock-up),
Bread,
Groceries, etc.,
Meat,
Medicines, etc ,
Wood,
Electric light and water,
Coal,
Clothing, boots, blankets, etc.,
Hardware, glass, oils, repairs, etc.,
Whip, halter, repairs, etc.,
Lawn mower,
Blacksmith work,
Paint brush and turps,
Lime,
Shoeing horses,
Meals for prisoners (lock-up),
Veterinary services,
Bread,
Groceries, etc.,
do       and vegetables,
Meat 11
do
Lime,
Coal,
do
Lime,
Clothing, etc.,
do
do
do
Medicine, etc.,
Milk,
do
Lumber,
Electric light,
Minute book,
Potatoes,
Wood,
Hardware,
Brushes and kalsomine,
Materials for repair!i g books,
Materials and repairing heater,
do electric bells,
Meals for prisoners,
do
do
do
Wood,
Broom and lamp globes,
Water,
Coal,
Coal oil,
Lantern, etc.,
Hose, nozzle, repairs, etc.,
Scrubbing and cleaning,
Meals for prisoners,
do
do
New Westminster Gaol
Kamloops Gaol .
Nelson Gaol
Duncan Lock-up	
Chemainus Lock-up.
Wellington Lock-up .
Cumberland Lock-up
Carried forward.
154 05
206 55
30 00
26 50
14 57
31 27
26 08
2 50
3 00
13 45
11 62
35 25
15 51
36 65
4 00
15 00
6 00
3 00
706 19
458 98
627 67
173 60
235 00
532 04
479 97
473 99
248 82
9 05
9 00
46 00
3 75
13 50
6 25
1 00
5 00
670 90
17 95
393 68
14 39
504 24
8 50
95 65
236 68
2 05
40 89
17 50
97 15
90 20
113 10
4 13
25 60
2 77
137 60
2 45
4 05
80 00
44 07
7 30
15 80
45 68
16 13
5 50
4 25
4 00
4 75
1 75
1 00
20 00
5 00
3 25
45
7 75
5 40
25 25
5 00
6 50
22,958 42
13,988 43 22,958 42 70
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th Jltne, 1900.
Clayoquot Store	
II C Brewster	
F S Spain	
do       	
do       	
Yee Him  	
Mary (Indian)	
C A'Cox 	
do       	
G Forrest	
J A McCarter  	
C F Bishop	
S A Spencer	
P Woollacott	
J Adams	
B C Pottery Co	
R Cunningham & Son...
Georgetown Saw Mill Co,
D Burton  	
Georgetown Saw Mill Co,
George Powell & Co	
E Kelly    	
S Norrie  	
Joe (Indian)	
M West 	
Goldfields of B C	
P F Mathias	
C Harrison	
F Campbell 	
J A Pequette	
CS Campbell	
do 	
S B Greer	
City of Vancouver	
Ashcroft Water W'rks Co
Ashcroft W'r, L't & P'r Co
F W Foster  	
Harvey, Bailey & Co .
Indians	
Charlie (Indian)    	
Rose Burr	
Anthony & Robson	
B Rebagliatti	
Silverthcrn Bros	
T Gillis	
Morris & Steed .	
G Bell & Co 	
A N Smith	
F McCarty	
P Burns & Co	
J I Woodrow .	
W Fleming	
S D Crowle	
J D Sibbald	
J McCarty	
The Revelstoke Water, L
CBHume&Co..[&PCo
M K Dodd	
E Stout 	
W Dodd	
Hudson's Bay Co 	
Driard Hotel	
J E Smith	
J Webb 	
F Hughes	
E Probert	
Chambers & Co	
Hudson's Bay Co	
M J O'Brien	
F Norris 	
A McDonald	
N L Marshall 	
Lum Lock	
HS Rose	
Lequime Bros	
M Crawford   	
Brough t forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION  OF JUSTICE (OTHER  THAN  SALARIES).-
Continued.
Vote No. 67.—Keep of Prisoners.—Continued.
Lantern, etc.,
Coal oil, etc.,
Blankets,
Wood, stove-pipe, etc.,
Meals for prisoners,
Washing blankets,
do
Record book,
Express charges on lantern,
Chair,
Meals for prisoners,
do
Wood and coal oil,
Meals for prisoners,
do
Terra cotta pipe,
Blankets, coal oil, wood, etc.,
Coal,
Hauling coal,
Coal,
Stove,
Washing blankets,
Whitewashing fence, etc.,
Meals for prisoners,
Window and door,
Blankets,
Meals for prisoners,
do
Mattresses,
Build'g bunks in cells, basement.
Washing blankets,
Meals for prisoners,
do
do
Water,
Electric light,
Lumber and nails,
Blankets, table cover, etc.,
Wood,
Scavenging,
Meals for prisoners,
Coal oil, lantern, etc.,
Wood,
Meals for prisoners,
do
Groceries, vegetables, etc.,
Vegetables,
Bread,
Meat,
do
do
Wood,
do
Coal,
do
Electric light,
Stovepipe, etc.,
Meals for prisoners,
Water,
do     washing blankets, etc.,
Soap and bucket,
Meals for prisoners,
do
do
do
do
Hardware, etc.,
Blankets, etc.,
Meals for prisoners,
do
do
do
Cleaning,
do
Blankets, stationery, cartridges,
Wood,
Clayoquot Lock-up
Alberni Lock-up.
Alert Bay Lock-up	
Port Essington Lock-up.
Port Simpson Lock-up .
Bella Bella Lock-up.
Shoal Bay Lock-up .
Massett Lock-up	
Vancouver Lock-up
Ct. House,  n 	
Ashcroft Lock-up.
Lytton Lock-up
Revelstoke Lock-up.
Yale, Lock-up .
Nicola Lock-up	
Spence's Bridg-e Lock-up .
North Bend Lock-up .  ..
Mission City Lock-up	
Agassiz Lock-up	
Vernon Lock-up	
Kelowna Lock-up.
etc.,
Carried forward .
13,988 43
2 05
3 85
7 00
10 50
12 00
2 00
2 60
2 00
75
1 50
3 00
3 50
21 00
14 10
9 50
9 95
27 07
7 00
6 25
35 00
13 50
5 00
10 00
9 25
3 00
8 00
I 50
45 50
11 00
9 25
3 50
5 75
58 25
8 00
60 00
31 50
1 00
25 60
38 50
4 00
171 75
4 00
8 00
6 00
2 25
66 01
7 25
33 00
16 50
61 13
38 35
45 0(1
56 00
4 5C
9 0C
13 50
5 62
2 25
8 26
15 25
85
6 5C
1 50
1 OC
2 25
1 00
5 05
17 0C
60 75
80 75
149 00
4 00
2 5C
2 00
16 90
3 00
15,441 71 22,958 42 64 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
71
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
if    ets.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION  OF  JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALAIUES).-
Continued.
15,441 71
1 20
17 93
11 41
25 82
4 56
3 00
1 10
5 00
15 00
19 50
71 50
4 40
12 50
139 25
111 85
30 00
28 50
18 00
7 50
78 50
5 50
75 00
12 25
12 75
18 00
62 60
10 80
117 80
5 20
39 55
2 25
9 25
37 00
10 00
15 00
13 50
87 01
35 60
127 67
74 01
2 80
28 40
4 20
6 66
14 00
100 20
43 71
27 23
29 70
33 96
19 10
13 50
1 00
1 75
1 50
1 00
16 73
1 70
36 40
82 10
26 77
14 00
6 00
4 60
2 55
2 10
6 23
2 00
9 55
3 75
36 50
10 50
8 00
6 25
2 20
22,958 42
Vote No. 67.—Keep of Prisoners. —Continued.
Kimpton & Pitts	
GB McDermott	
Hull Bros	
Meat,                                                                 ii	
Hofercamp & Johnston..
Helgeson Bros	
do                                                                   n           	
Veith & Borland	
A H Beedy
Weeks & Huston 	
S A Rogers	
do
do                                                        ' ii           	
J Belby ..
Wood,                                                                ..             	
L Hanton 	
Marshall & Smith	
Trail Water Co	
Trail Smelter Electric Co
Trail Plumbing- Co	
W J Devitt
do                                                        ii          	
H V 0 Chattcrton
D Gilles	
G H Gilpin	
EC Miller	
Carlin & Dunick	
H Ward   .
H Alice 	
do                                                                         i,            	
S Lee                  	
Fort Steele Water Works
Water,                                                                     ,,            	
Robson & Rogers	
N W Bleasdell	
J F Armstrong	
do            	
do                                                               ii            	
J W Wolf	
Geary & Doyle	
B P Cooks	
A Beck	
W W Tuttle   	
The Lon & Liverp'l Cloth-
GCody	
do                                                                          ii              	
J D Quail	
F Stork 	
H Bentley & Co 	
do                                                   ,,          	
do                                                      ii          	
W F Allen  	
17,425 50
22,958 42 72
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900
Mathers & Kelly	
F WHull	
Sing Kee	
R C Keene	
G Cunningham	
Hain & Co	
Midway Trading Co....
M McMynn	
J McLaren	
Cosens Bros	
J R Brown	
do       	
Fairview Corporation ..
G A Robinson	
A Palmer	
J A Stoddart	
Taynton & Gordon	
M McMynn	
G Cunningham	
M Dufour	
D J Darraugh	
Phcenix Trading Co ....
Foley Bros	
Morrin & Thompson....
Cunniff, Hore & Deacon
Alex McDonald	
D McRae	
M Tracey	
D J Darraugh	
W Wolverton	
J P Black	
J E Woodrey	
M Tracey	
J A Bertois	
T Wilson	
R J Ling	
J Wilson	
A W Newington	
Faas & Crawford	
H Hendrickson	
C Macdonald
J H Walker	
L Levesque	
E Maillex	
E Price	
HP Christie	
McCallum	
C Maclean	
A B Anderson	
E M Young	
Simpson Bros	
C E Thomas	
McEachran & Macdonald
Maggs & Hughes	
J M Lindsay	
G H Miner & Co	
A E Richardson	
DGCox	
H Dore	
Kootenay Lumber Co	
G Wilson	
J T Black	
Newmarket Hotel	
CW Young	
A B Anderson	
Alex Graham	
J L Gates	
do     	
F R Morris	
Small &, Musgrave.
J H McMullin	
Sherlock & Bremner   ...
R E Beattie 	
W A Brown 	
H Cameron   	
Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).-
Continued.
Vote No. 67.—Keep of Prisoners. —Continued.
Ymir Lock-up .
Midway Lock-up.
Fairview Lock-up.
Windermere Lock-up .
ii 	
Greenwood Lock-up ..
Grand Forks Lock-up .
Phcenix Lock-up	
Groceries, etc.,
Coal oil, etc.,
Washing blankets,
Coal and scavenging,
Medicine and clothing
Stove-pipe,
Clothing and shoes,
Meals for prisoners,
do
Hardware, etc.,
Shoes, table, etc.,
Meals for prisoners,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Coal oil,
Wood, i. 	
Coal oil, stove-pipe, etc., n 	
Nails, lock, etc., n 	
Irons, n 	
Lumber, m 	
Labour, n 	
Meals for prisoners, water, scavenging, Cascade City Lock-up .
Coal oil, ii 	
Meals for prisoners, n 	
Scavenging, n 	
Wood, ii
do
Lock,
Meals for prisoners,
do
Coal oil and lock,
do     and wood,
Stove, etc.,
Wood,
Coal oil,
Wood,
do
Coal oil,
Meals for prisoners,
Boiler,
Wood and water,
Wood,
Coal oil,
Blankets, heater, etc.,
do        and pail,
do        hardware, etc.,
Mattress and chairs,
Meals for prisoners,
Padlock, chain, and oil,
Wood,
do
do
do    coal, blankets, etc.,
Plastering,
Meals for prisoners, and washing
do
Coal oil,
Trout Lake Lock-up.
Creston Lock-up....
Lardo Lock-up   .
Robson Lock-up .
Slocan City Lock-up ..
Duncan City Lock-up .
Princeton Lock-up.
Moyie Lock-up ....
Comaplix Lock-up
New Denver Lock-up .
Meals for prisoners, and moving furniture,
Howser Lock-up.
do
do
do
do
do
Lime,
Coal oil, broom an 1 matches,
Medicine,
Wood and moving furniture,
Water,
Alexis Creek Lock-up.
Kimberley Lock-up ...
Cranbrook Lock-up ...
Carried forward  I 18,476 401  22,958 42
17,425 50
31 98
27 60
4 00
64 75
19 55
13 75
3 25
74 35
4 75
22 50
10 00
82 50
6 00
4 50
3 00
3 50
16 50
27 00
5 75
7 50
7 50
2 50
17 50
8 50
6 45
5 00
15 81
15 75
15 80
2 50
6 30
1 00
4 00
4 00
75
10 00
21 00
6 30
12 30
7 95
3 00
2 25
18 00
18 00
11 65
4 50
1 75
25 50
22 00
3 25
36 30
4 25
24 76
5 50
9 00
4 25
7 50
12 00
2 00
26 35
10 50
7 60
6 00
6 90
9 90
21 00
6 50
2 25
56 00
15 25
3 00
26 65
1 50
29 50
4 00
22,958 42 64 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
73
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
C Parker	
The Lon., Liverp'l Cloth-
G H Miner [ing Co
Ryan & Morrison	
Williams & Co	
G Billiard	
Fort Steele Mercantile Co
J Richards	
Hudson's Bay Co	
E h Booth 	
F Clark 	
Mary Green 	
P Burns & Co	
N P Shaw & Co  	
West & Co	
Whitney & Pedlar	
F Maclennan	
Ben Lake & Klon Nav Co
WL Powell	
British Amer Corporati'n
M D Hall	
M Watson	
H Heathorn	
G D Polma	
Turner & Co	
Arctic Restaurant .  .   .
.1 St Clair Blackett & Co.
E A Vance 	
Gregory & Co  	
Burns ck MeDougal	
A Brunieh  	
Taku Billie	
John Irving Nav Co ....
J Bi-oder	
J T Regan  	
Dixon Bros	
G M Shirley	
A Nickerson	
A S Cross & Co	
Godfrey Hardware Co. ..
McLennan, McFeely & Co
T Dunn & Co	
H E Brown	
Cummings ife Richardson
J Flanders .   	
AT Hick	
A W Heal	
M G McNeill  	
C L Cullin	
B A Corporation Co	
do 	
J St Clair Blackett	
H Gunderran	
S Crompton	
E M Nodick	
R J Joyce 	
— Macneill	
C D Newton & Co  	
Cummings & Richardson
C L Cullin	
C W Rohrbough	
Callhreath, Cook & Co...
do
C D Newton & Co	
R Hyland & Son	
CascaTrad & Transp't Co
The North-West M Police
B C Board of Trade Bid As
H W Graham	
R S Day  	
R E Olford	
Brought forward
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OP JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).-
Continued.
Vote No. 67.—Keep of Prisoners.—Concluded.
Water,
Blankets, etc.,
Heater, zinc, wash-tub, and eartrid*
Coal,
Wood,
Repairs to locks,
Towels and cleaning chimney,
Blankets, soap, stove, etc.,
Axe handle, soap, file, etc.,
Meals for prisoners,
do
do
Meat,
do
Supplies,
Groceries, etc.,
Bread-pan and window sash,
Wood and canvas for cots,
do
Coal oil, soap and brush,
Medicine, etc.,
Stove-pipe and labour,
Cleaning,
Meals for prisoners,
do
do
Lamp, soap, vegetables, etc.,
Groceries, etc.,
Meat,
do
Fish,
Venison,
Freight charges on stove and tent,
Vegetables,
do
Wood,
do
Groceries,
do
Shovel and lamp,
Tools, etc.,
Hardware, etc.,
Cleaning,
Blankets,
Supplying water,
Meals for prisoners,
do
do
do
Brush and lamp,
Canvas and tacks,
Blankets,
Wood,
do
Candles and tacks,
Canvas for repairs,
Muslin, oilcloth, etc.,
Lamp, pail, dipper, etc.,
Oilcloth, etc.,
Elbows for stovepipe,
Scavenging,
Meals for prisoners,
Lantern, blankets, and clothing,
Coal oil,
Soap, medicine, and stovepipes
Lantern,
Meals for prisoners,
Cranbrook Lock-up .
Glenora Lock-up.
Hazelton Lock-up	
it 	
Lake Bennett Lock-up .
Atlin Lock-up
Pine Town Lock-up .
Telegraph Creek Lock-up .
Tagish Lock-up.
Vote No. 6S.—Rents.
Rent of office for Official Stenographer, Victoria   ..
do n Sheriff, 11      ...
do ii Provincial Police, it
do       hall for Licence Commissioner, Esquimalt.
Carried forward.
18,476 40
20 00
20 00
24 10
9 50
15 75
5 00
70
19 25
2 20
316 14
4 00
15 50
27 65
11 85
3S 30
30 20
3 00
17 82
8 00
8 40
15 75
9 15
6 00
20 60
37 00
18 50
31 00
20 00
14 00
12 90
2 00
2 75
3 40
8 70
4 50
56 00
16 00
19 55
38 90
5 65
9 85
59 81
2 00
15 00
50 25
37 50
3 00
10 60
0 00
5 75
3 95
17 00
16 00
16 00
2 00
4 00
4 75
10 80
10 25
1 50
3 00
485 45
32 75
5 50
5 50
1 00
604 00
128 00
20 00
60 00
10 00
218 00
22,958 42 74
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
t cts.
VII.
Rent
do
do
do
do
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218 00
80 00
64 00
15 00
8 00
2 00
2 00
36 00
108 00
180 00
235 00
25 00
60 00
80 00
64 00
42 20
75 00
12 60
15 50
25 00
70 00
45 00
45 00
16 00
135 00
2 50
9 00
10 00
12 00
15 00
25 CO
15 00
40 00
15 00
2 50
15 CO
609 00
346 25
42 00
1,074 00
162 00
60 00
60 00
302 50
108 75
352 50
97 50
65 00
55 00
134 00
20 50
72 50
12 50
46 00
46 00
33 00
50 00
2 00
2 00
20 00
22 50
10 00
7 60
10 00
2 50
183 00
221 00
20 25
10 00
12 00
5 00
43,797 54
-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALAJ
Continued.
HES).-
Junction
The New Van Coal Co...
F S Spain	
Vote No. 68.—Rents.—Concluded.
of 4 lots, Law Courts and Government Offices,     Nanaimo	
building for lock-up,                                             Clayoquot  	
hall,                                                                               New Westminster
R Hunt	
Hotel Bella Vista ...
E Probert   .
E R lledpath .
M S Murphy	
G Hering  	
Foley Bros	
W G McMynn	
hall for County Court,                                          Greenwood	
do
P Hickey	
W White	
Cook & Co    	
D W Sutherland	
ti              n      for Licence Court,                Camp McKinney
R L T Galbraith	
W McNeish    	
do             	
Veith & Borland	
Vote No. 69.—Special Constables.
1,809 20
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RA Humphrey	
C WHollyer	
GC Howell	
C II Beadnell	
G Noot	
J McKay	
A R Sherk  	
W R Atkins	
G M Perdue	
A Wood	
G A V Hansen	
J W Tinker  	
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4,266 75
45,606 74 64 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
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$ cts.
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74 00
40 00
4 00
42 50
60 00
7 60
2 50
6 00
2 50
2 50
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35 00
28 75
10 00
17 60
6 00
22 50
2 50
2 50
27 00
10 00
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6 00
60 00
26 00
4 00
25 00
14 00
2 50
2 50
2 50
8 75
2 50
25 00
10 00
137 00
14 50
398 00
82 50
42 50
32 50
10 00
10 00
7 60
7 50
82 60
17 75
5 00
5 00
7 50
5 00
2 50
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1 60
2 60
16 00
10 00
5 00
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7 50
32 50
22 50
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121 50
12 50
3 75
14 00
5 00
382 50
12 50
2 50
1 26
6 00
4 50
45,606 74
TEATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALAEIES).-
Continued.
H D Morten	
M Allard	
e No. 69.—Special Constables.—Continued.
Duncan,                                                                  37 days @ $2
„                                                                       20         ..       2
Cowichan,                                                                 2        n       2
Chemainus,                                                            17         n       2.50
24         ,,        2.50
Northfield,                                                                     3         „        2.50
Union Bay,                                                               1         »       2-60
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Port Simpson,                                                        28         ,,       1.25
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Alberni,                                                                          4          ,,       2.50
Van Anda,                                                                7         „       2.50
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W H Skegreed	
A S Reid	
T Wilson	
D McDonald	
R 0 Han ley
D Wilson	
Port Essington,                                                        4         ,,       2.60
Quathiaski Cove,                                                          8         ,,       2.50
Kyuquot,                                                                       2         ,i       2.50
Quatsino,                                                                30         u       2
Alert Bay,                                                              13         ,t       2
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Clayoquot,                                                                7         ,,       2
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Shoal Bay,                                                                3J       ,,       2.50
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New Westminster,                 6 months 20 days (a) $60 per month
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Steveston,                                                                4         n       2.60
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Chilliwack,                                                                    3         ,,       2.50
Mission City,                                                          33         ,,       2.50
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Lillooet,                                                                    3         „       2.50
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Kamloops,                                                              29         „       2.50
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Bob (Indian) 	
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Joe (Indian)
Antonie (Indian)..
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E Fisher 	
T Foster	
A W Duck  	
W G Simpson  .. ..
G Harding	
T H Nichols	
W Dodd	
J Nash	
W H Tamblyn
C B Harris	
W McGee	
O Steele 	
J Carrol	
D A McLeod  	
J P McKimmie . .
W E Syer	
J A Fraser 	
PH Small	
H Williams	
H Parkin	
F R C Beer    	
S A Kelly	
J Grant 	
G Clothier	
S G Chalmers ...
W J Robinson ...
Alex MacGowan.
R Neeley	
J Nolan   	
D McLennan ....
J Dobson	
J Dolon   	
W Couch	
S Hamilton	
W Schronover ...
R H Parkinson...
A Graham	
W Hine	
J A Monteith ...
L H Patten	
P Bailey	
J R Brown	
Babtiste (Indian)
A C Armstrong ..
M Tracey	
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D J Matheson	
J McLaren	
G L Bradley	
RW Caldwell....
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W F Eade 	
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A McLeod	
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C E Hamilton ...
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VIL-ADMINISTEATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).-!
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Vote No. 69.—Special Constables.--Continued.
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Grand Forks,
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Vote No. 69.—Special Constables.—Continued.
table, Revelstoke,                                                              2 days @ $2.50
Kimberley,                                                            190         „       2.50
„                                                                            122          i,       2.50
Northport,                                                                3         n       3
Lumby,                                                                     2         n       2.50
Slocan City,                                                             3         n       2.50
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Sandon (Payne Mine),                                           31         n       3
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Slocan District,                                                      33         n       5
Kelowna,                                                               307         n       2.50
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Penticton,                                                               11         n       2.60
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Enderby,                                                                  2         n       2.25
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W N Tamblyn	
Princeton,                                                               14         i,       2.50
Shuswap,                                                                  2         ,,       1
Windermere,                                                            2         n       2.50
WH Hind  	
Edward (Indian)	
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Wardner,                                                                  0         h       2.50
New Denver,                                                            9         n       3
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Thompson Siding,                                                   1         m       2.50
Ferguson,                                                                       2          ,t       2.50
Clinton,                                                               4        ,,      1.50
S H Lake	
J T Black	
J B Silverthorne	
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J J McDonald	
W A Morrison     	
H Stubbles	
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Barkerville,                                                        30        ,.      3
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Cariboo Road,                                                          6         ,.       2.60
Quesnel Forks,                                                         8         „       2.60
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Horsefly,                                                              2        ,t      3
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Atlin,                                                                       32         ,,       4
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W H Shewan	
A G A Robinson	
W H Vickers	
Sundry persons	
J H Bingham    ...
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W G Dick	
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Pine Town,                                                          2 days @ $4
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TO WHOM PAID.
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Contvnued.
Vote No. 69.Special Constables.—Concluded.
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VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF  JUSTICE (OTHER THAN  SALARIES).-
Continued.
Vote No. 70.—Transport of Constables and Prisoners.—Continued.
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A. H. Lomas
and prisoners
L. G. Burns
D. Moyers
J. Hostyn
S. Deri-
H. Hollings .
J. Stirrett
R. Rice
H. Parkin
W. Seyer
J. A. Fraser
L. R. Forbes
R. Marshall
C. S. Rashdall
W. Q. Simpson
C. C. Krunston
D. McKay
J. F. Armstrong (paid)
H. Hunter
C. P. Price
S. A. Kelly
C. B. Harris
C. Cameron
W. H. Tamblyn
J. W. Evans
J. F. Sayre
T. D. DesBrisay
J. B. Uren
W. Owen
H. P. Christie
R. Bell
M. West
F. G. Fauquier
H. W. Heal
J. Stubhs
A. G. A. Robinson
Bennett
C. L. Mackenzie
W. H. Skjemd
W. Dodd
C. Cartwright
C. Todd
H. Brouilett
C. L. Cullin
F. Foster
Jack (Indian)
Louis      ,t
Edward ,,
J. Marks
G. M. Perdue
A. Dupont
J. McRae
— Nelson
J. A. Rogers
J. Carlyle
— Nesbitt
Alex. Meiss
MacEachren
A. E. Bale
G. Ager
T. H. Patten
R. Mcintosh
C. F. Garnsey
T. Martin
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N. A. McGill
, E. Watkins
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,        R. O. Hanley
i        S. Redgrave
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VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF  JUSTICE (OTHER  THAN  SALAEIES).-
Continued.
Vote No.  70.—Transport of Constables and Prisoners.—Continued.
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Hotel Ferguson   	
D L Clink	
Buggy hire,                  n                         n                             n           	
2 00
30 00
5 00
do         Gaoler Doyle and prisoners, Fort Steele to Junction and return   	
5 00
L Hafer	
3 75
19 75
284 00
Victoria Transfer Co   ..
R Hamilton, V S	
7 50
Whip, collars, repairs to harness, etc.,                                        n       	
13 25
Erskine, Wall & Co	
1 40
64 60
2 00
W J Duncalf	
Fares, etc., for various constables and prisoners,                     n      	
C PNCo 	
74 35
E & N Railway .
5 10
T A Barlow	
64 50
2 50
47 00
38 00
G Winter	
do                                                             it        	
D H Miller	
do                                                                   it                    	
9 00
102 00
7 00
6 50
Thompson & Scoville....
J N Cocking 	
29 50
22 00
R A Walk-jr	
do                                                              „          	
5 00
20 00
do                                                   Trail	
64 75
T Costley	
31 00
Aldens & Budd	
22 50
27 00
38 00
112 50
6 00
T Bouteleir & Co 	
15 00
THall	
1 75
8 00
Sail for police boat,                                            Port Essington	
75 00
3 35
Baker & Allison	
Horse feed,                                                         Princeton	
6 00
Fort Steele Mercantile Co
5 66
24 60
4 00
S T Elliot	
R Hyland	
10 25
20,070 91
58,690 49 64 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
81
TO WHOM PAID,
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$  cts.
Casca Trad & Trans't'n Co
Callbreath, Cook & Co
A S Cross & Co	
McFeelv & Coatlin...
M FoleV	
W P & Y R R	
J S Helmcken, M D
R L Fraser, M D.
F W Hall, M D ..
A Humber, DOS
LT Davis, M D..
R E Walker, M D
M S Wade, MD. .
G H H Symonds, M D
GAB Hall, M D
F E Morrison, D D S
W J Quinlan, D D S
W D Keith, M D..
S Clarke, M D   ...
H L A Kellar, M D
E J Rothwell, M D
D Corsan, MD... .
H Watt, M D	
R I Bentlev, M D
W H Wilson, M D
J H King, ID.
O Morris, M D ..
G Williams, M D.
C S Layton, M D
A E Porter, M D.
J E McMillan . . .
J T Hall	
S Drake	
T J Armstrong .
F Webb	
A G Pemberton.
A P Morris
S P Tuck	
S Redgrave
J Stevenson
C Robinson, Q C	
Bodwell & Duff	
do 	
Card, Hall & Rook....
do
Edmonds & Edmonds..
do
do
do
Hunter & Oliver   ...   .
do 	
do 	
HF Parke	
A L Belyea, Q C	
Brought forward.
VH.-ADMINISTEATION OF  JUSTICE (OTHEE THAN SALAEIES).
Continued.
Vote No.  70.—Transport of Constables and Prisoners.—Concluded.
Horse feed, Telegraph Creek    	
do and meals, M 	
Salt bacon for dog teams, Atlin .	
Bolts and rivets,    u ,t    	
Feed, ,, ,r    	
Freight charges on police dog from Bennett to Log Cabin	
Vote No. 71.—Medical Attendance at Gaols.
Medical attendance at Gaol,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
it    (extracting teeth).
Nanaimo    ....
New Westminster	
Kamloops	
Nelson	
(extracting teeth).
Van Anda..
Ashcroft ...
Ymir	
Trail	
Fort Steele.
ii
Slocan City
Fernie	
Cranbrook .
Vernon ....
Glenora.
Bennett.
Vote Nr
-Sheriffs' Eees.
Sheriffs' fees, Victoria
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Vancouver 	
Nanaimo.	
New Westminster
Ashcroft .....
Kamloops	
Nelson	
Golden	
Barkerville.
Vote No. 73.—Constitutional Litigation and General Lane Costs.
Opinion of Osier, Lefroy, and self as to B. C. Southern Land Grant	
Retainer fee, including consultations with Attorney-General, re B. C. Southern
Railway Land Grant	
Retainer and counsel fee, Reg. v. Ludgate	
Disbursements and charges as solicitors for Crown, Bryden v. The Union Colliery
Co., under Coal Mines Regulation Act	
Disbursements and charges as solicitors for Crown, Maddon v. Nelson and F. S.
Ry., under B. C. Ry. Act	
Investigating Crown titles to school sites in Westminster District	
Services for disbursements, re registration, school deeds at New Westminster. ...
Fees, it it ti .....
do for ,, ii ,i 	
Services, re Parliament Buildings Act	
do Maddon v. Nelson and Fort Sheppard Railway	
Fee for consultation and letter of opinion to Attorney-General, re power of Lieutenant-Governor in Council under Sec. 143 of the Mineral Act	
Legal expenses incurred by Parke & Puichard, re appeal from the decision of the
Supreme Court by the C. P. R. to the Privy Council in re C. P. R. v. Parke &
Puichard   	
Services, re arbitration proceedings, re special rule of Minister of Mines, arbitration
Coal Mines Regulation Act	
Carried forward.
20,070 91
58 00
29 93
8 50
2 85
27 40
2 00
186 50
2 50
10 00
10 00
51 00
319 50
154 00
374 50
2 50
1 00
4 50
2 60
4 00
16 00
3 50
5 00
25 00
2 50
4 00
3 00
17 50
3 00
10 00
42 00
280 75
269 50
63 00
347 75
147 00
349 00
260 75
463 95
79 50
41 50
600 00
488 50
1,704 30
1,000 46
31 24
39 27
45 49
93 78
65 00
75 00
20 00
1,700 00
467 50
7,680 54
20,199 59
82,446 78 82
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
E M Yarwood	
F W McCready, C E
W J McAllan	
O C Bass	
F S Hussey	
J M Langley	
J J Russell	
C PNav Co	
Great Northern Ry Co
E C Simmons	
W H Bullock Webster
S A Kelly 	
JFSavre	
H S Rose	
F Fraser 	
R Bell  	
F W Hughes 	
C T Godfrey	
F L Fitch	
T D Des Brisay	
H P Christie	
J G Bain	
H W Heal	
P Woollacott	
S C Murphy	
G Cassidy	
C S Campbell	
J W Burr	
A Forrester	
S Redgrave  	
C A Cox 	
H E Fitzgerald	
M H Mclndoo	
D H Miller	
P A Devoy	
J Murphy	
A C Hamilton	
F S Lee	
F Fraser 	
HW Sutcliffe	
Jenny (Indian) .   ...
G Ashton  	
R Blackburn	
F W Smith	
W E Bate 	
Nicholles & Renouf
FS Hussey	
do 	
W R Atkins	
do 	
F Evans	
M Dougall	
M Urquhart	
Q D H Warden ....
J P Planta.   	
H P MacMartin	
Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTEATION OF JUSTICE (OTHEE THAN SALARIES).-
Continued.
Vote No. 73.
-Constitutional Litigation and General Law Costs.—
Concluded.
Assistant counsel, re Coal Mines Regulation Act Arbitration, 12 days @ $20 = $240;
expenses, $15	
Services as umpire, Arbitration Coal Mines Regulation Act	
do        arbitrator,       u .1 11       23 days @ $20; travel
ling to and from place of meeting, 5 days @ $5; expenses, $84.75 :..
Transcript of evidence and proceedings, Coal Mines Arbitration, including three
extra copies,  $625.    Lena salary for November and December,  1899 —$190;
stationery supplied by Printing Office, $102; extra clerical help, $50 = $342.
Vote No. 74.—Telegrams.
(The expenditure under this Vote is included in Vote No. 172.)
Vote No. 75.—Transport of Lunatics and Keepers.
Fares and meals, lunatics en route to Hospital for Insane
do n 11
do 11 n
do it ti
do 11 ,1
do 11 11
do .1 ,,
do 11 11 	
do it 11     .
do 11 11 	
do 11 11 	
do >i tt 	
do ., .. 	
do ,, .. 	
do ti 11	
do 11 11 	
do ,, .. 	
do 11 11	
do ,1 .. 	
do 11 11 	
do 11 tt 	
do n 11 	
do 11 11     	
do 11 1.  	
do it n 	
do ,t 11 	
do it 11 	
do n 11 	
Hack hire	
do       	
do       	
do       	
do       	
Fares, meals, etc., in charge of lunatic	
Guarding lunatic at night ,
Attending insane Indian woman ordered to Asylum 7i days @ $1.50	
do 1, l|     ' „       2	
Services as nurse in charge of insane, Revelstoke to Asylum, 3 ds. @ $4; exp. $63.95
Expenses 1, Nelson ,, 5   1,      3;    ,,     82.80
Services assisting Constable Simmon and lunatic n 5   11       2.50
Vote No.  76. —Miscellaneous.
Handcuffs, revolvers, batons, ammunition, etc	
Paid express charges on confiscated deer skins, wharf to Police Office .
do   services recovering body J. Spencer, drowned, Jordan River	
do   repairs to call bell and typewriter, Police Office	
do   messengers    ...   .	
Services as Stenographer, Supreme Court, Vancouver	
do
do
do
do
do
various places ....
Nanaimo	
New Westminster.
Carried forward..
7,680 54
82,446 78
255 00
490 50
669 75
283 00
9,378 79
18 10
20 50
49 60
11 85
20 85
252 65
192 30
14 45
90 45
168 85
34 55
80 45
24 45
66 00
7 40
87 00
9 00
91 10
203 75
8 00
11 00
21 95
27 15
36 55
100 70
77 90
15 95
20 00
19 30
50
2 00
2 00
1 00
6 00
5 90
10 00
11 25
3 00
75 95
97 SO
12 50
2,000 60
607 30
50
5 00
1 50
70
4 00
2 50
89 75
123 60
28 50
45 60
908 95
93,826 17 64 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
83
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$  cts.
A M Jones 	
L J Sevmour	
SC Burton	
F Brown	
S M Brydges 	
Paulson & Swans	
Edith Chambers	
J F Armstrong .    ...
R Hyland   	
Frayne & Hine	
J R Radcliffe	
C J Fagan, M D .....
A L Belyea, Q C	
T Owens	
C W Brooks   	
J Reid	
A G Mathew	
II H Johnson	
J Wardle	
C A Cox	
J Thomson	
Clayoquot Store	
F Jacobsen 	
C S Campbell	
DGCox	
A L Clements	
H S Law	
W J Cave 	
H M Welsh	
Johnston & Kinrade
The Lawrence Hardware
PMeQuade&Son....|Co
H A Maclean	
E F Easthope	
E B Marvin & Co ....
W Newlands  	
H Parkin	
G M Perdue	
A Hirst	
Thompson & Scoville.
Victoria Transfer Co .
P R Peterson	
H Rval  	
R L Fraser, M D   ....
Internat'nal Ice & Stor Co
G W Donald	
J II Lee     	
Victoria, Yukon Trad Co
T Donald	
0 Morris, M D	
W P Hughes 	
G H H Symonds, M D
W M Gray	
R P Rithet & Co   ....
G Pittendrigh 	
do 	
T Seward	
F Webb	
1 Lehman  	
F Evans	
J Wardle	
Thompson & Scoville.
Victoria Truck & Dray Co
F Soues 	
H Bellamy	
Victoria Transfer Co .
C Marston    	
E C Hart, M D 	
H M F Jones	
Alert Bay Saw Mill Co
E G Brown	
F R C Beer	
W H Bullock-Webster
M J Quinlivan   	
H A Trites	
Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).-
Concluded.
Vote No. 76.— Miscellaneous.—Concluded.
Services as Stenographer, Supreme Court, Victoria	
do ti n       	
do M Kamloops	
do it Revelstoke	
do H Nelson	
do n Rossland	
do n Vernon 	
Paid messenger, Kimberley to Fort Steele, re arrest J. Rogers
do Telegraph Creek to Glenora..«	
do Fairview to Midway and return	
Executing D. Perrier, New Westminster    	
Analysis of stomach for purposes of evidence	
Taxed costs in Pender v. War Eagle, re application against C. F. Jones, Official
Stenographer, to give up certain documents
Repairs to handcuffs	
do ,i
do        leg-irons  	
Repairs to revolver	
do        leg-irons	
Cartridges, for constables, Yale
do
do
do
do
Alberni -..
Nanaimo ..
Clayoquot
Express charges on parcels, ,, Vancouver	
Paid    do handcuffs, u Cranbrook	
do leg-irons, n Cascade	
do M       etc.,        M Alberni 	
Taking photos at Sooke, re Reg. v. Armour	
do Steveston, re Reg. v. Yip Luck    	
Leg-irons...   	
Iron rivets	
Rope for execution 	
Paid law stamps, Reg. v. E. & N. Railway Co	
Photographing corpse, New Westminster 	
Bunting for police launch, Victoria	
Making plan of Windsor Hotel, for use in Reg. v. O'Connor	
Expenses re obtaining evidence against Nellie Wood    	
do ii re Reg. v. Robertson, Rosson and Snyder	
Buggy and team hire, etc., Reg. v. Clark	
do i,	
do Beg. v. Bayliss     	
do Judge, Revelstoke	
Rubber gloves for handling dead bodies	
Professional visit to Esquimalt, Reg. v. Num	
Storage of quail at Vancouver, Reg. v. Beatty	
Examination of samples of writing submitted for comparison	
Rent of wardrobe for use of Judge Drake at Supreme Court, Rossland	
Lumber, repairs and labour on Court House, Bennett	
Feed for pack-train in charge of J. Benson, arrested for theft of same	
Examining two girls, Reg. v. Banks, Vernon	
Drawing complaint, issuing warrant, etc., re T. Burns, Northport	
Consultation with Attorney-General re F. Flanigan	
Commissioner's fees, etc., Currie v. Green, investigation	
Fare of A. Helland, Victoria to San Francisco	
Holding Court at Mission; allowance, §5; expenses, $6.60	
do Agassiz; m 4;        n 2.£0   	
Travelling expenses, Lytton to Spence's Bridge and return, re trial of Poole ...
do Ashcroft to u n n
do -I ,, n Reg. v. Jennie Cisco
do as Official Stenographer, Reg. v. Perrier, New Westminster..
do Hope to Yale, Reg. v. Hoo Lim, " Licence Act"	
Hauling old timber, ex Trent bridge, Reg. v. Union Colliery Co   	
do ii ii 	
Paid Indian boy (arrested, not prosecuted), to enable him to return home	
Hack hire, Justice Walkem, Reg. v. Armour	
do i. H 	
do        searching for witness,  n  	
Trip to Saanich on attempted suicide case, H. Tevois	
Meals and bed, etc., Macgregor, J. P., hearing case, Reg. v. Cantwell	
Fare, A. E. Bird, J. P., Kincome Inlet to Alert Bay, re supplying liquor to Indians
do   R. Collins, J. P., Soda Creek to Alexandria and return	
Paid services, etc., Deputy Marshal, U. S. Commission	
Fare, meals, beds, etc., en route Nelson to Fernie and return	
do              i *              (released prisoner) preceding Kamloops to Golden ....
Carriage on stolen property, Steveston to Vancouver    .
908 95
103 75
54 5C
19 0C
4 45
77 50
42 65
10 0(1
4 75
3 75
16 75
132 00
100 00
124 50
1 50
3 00
3 00
2 50
1 50
75
1 00
75
2 00
1 80
1 30
60
25
40
15 00
15 00
30 00
75
1 80
90
2 00
2 76
20 00
4 25
39 00
4 00
7 00
2 50
1 50
2 60
4 00
50
15 00
6 00
9 30
28 00
10 00
6 70
10 00
105 12
8 00
11 60
6 50
7 20
6 50
3 00
2 70
5 00
2 50
1 25
20 00
1 00
3 00
3 00
15 00
3 00
15 00
5 00
44 35
23 70
22 25
25
93,S26 17 84
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
§   cts.
A Robinson, B A	
D Wilson, B A	
W Burns, B A	
S B Netherby	
G Cruiekshank	
E B Paul, MA	
J W Laing, MA   	
J H Kerr, B A    	
E S Wood	
A D Cameron  	
J D Gillis 	
J C Shaw, MA	
R Fraser 	
R J Clark, MA.......
S H Kelley	
G Young 	
E Collis	
J H Kerr, B A	
D Wilson, B A	
T N Hibben & Co .  ...
Thomson Stationery Co
Bailev Bros  	
do 	
Weiler Bros	
W Hunter, B A	
G E Robinson, B A . ..
W Hogan    	
E Collis	
Pope Stationery Co ...
Sundry persons	
do 	
do 	
do 	
D Wilson	
S B Netherby  	
W Burns	
D McArthur	
T N Hibben & Co .   ...
do
News-Advertiser  	
H M Customs .   	
C P Nav Co 	
E L Rugg	
The B O Printing & En Co
The Colonist	
S Leiser & Co	
VIII.-F.DUCATION.
Vote No. 77.—Education Office.
Superintendent of Education  12 months @ §150
Inspector of Schools  12           ,, 130
do                   12          ,, 120
do                      12          .t 120
Clerk   12           „ 85
Services as Examiner, Teachers' Examination, Victoria	
do 'it
do
Vancouver
Kamloops
Victoria  6
Vancouver  ih
„    3J
t,  4i
Nelson     6
Victoria  8
Services as Supervisor,
do
do
do
do
do
Services as Janitor,
do
do
Travel'g expenses as Examiner,
do u
Stationery for
do
do
do
Hire of tables,
Examiner, High School Entrance Examination
do ,, .i 	
do it i. Port Simpson
Services as Janitor, n 	
Stationery, n Victoria	
Travelling expenses of Superintendent Robinson	
do Inspector Wilson	
do it        Netherby	
do it        Burns	
Paid for stationery, duty, express charges, etc	
do 	
do 	
Tables, chairs, etc., for Inspector Bums' room, Nelson	
Maps.
6 days @ §4
3
3
3
3
3
1.50
1.50
1.50
Vancouver .
Victoria....
Nelson	
Vancouver.
Kamloops, .
Victoria. . ..
19| davs@ §5
19} .. 6
2 „       4
4 i,        1.50
Ratchet for typewriter	
500 Greek papers for examinations. .   . .
Duty on books, etc     	
Freight charges on map	
1 Geographical aid	
Mounting maps    	
Lithographing High School Certificates .
Reader and primer for indigent scholar .
Vote No.  78.—Capitation Grant.
Victoria City District.
Victoria City  Grant of §10 per capita on average attendance for year ending 30th June, 1900 ...
Vancouver City District.
Vancouver City    Grant of §10 per capita on average attendance for year ending 30th June, 1900...
New Westminster City District.
New Westminster City .. j Grant of §10 per capita on average attendance for year ending 30th June. 1900  ..
Nanaimo City District.
Nanaimo City
Grant of §10 per capita on average attendance for year ending 30th June, 1900
Vote No. 79.—Teachers' Salaries.
North Victoria District.
P A McDiarmid j Teacher, North Saanich School :     1  month @ §58
S Bonis.
H F Pullen ...
D A V Butler.
E A Huggard.
A Currie	
do
do
do
do
do
Sidney
11 months 58
3 „ 58
1 ,, 58
5           „        '   58
2 „ 29 d. 68
Carried forward.
1,800
1,660
1,440
1,440
1,020
150
150
160
24
18
18
13
10
13
12
9
12
38
26
47
9
32
15
31
24
267
423
344
873
25
10
6
10
760
1
10
4
15
39
96
20,622 54
25,000 04
8,141 74
58 00
638 00
174 00
68 00
290 00
172 05
1,390 05
01,787 46 64 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
85
R R Watson   .
A Ruckle	
K Furness ....
AW Cooke...
J W Sinclair .
P H Page. . ..
L C Ashwood .
L M Sylvester
C McDonald . .
A M Johnston
J S McMartin
E Wilson ....
P C Coates ...
Ethel L Brown
S Shepherd...
B Ball   	
S D Pope, L L D
M A Offerhaus..
I Cathcart	
H C Shelton
T A McGarrigle.
J C Slater	
D Hammond ...
E Caspell   	
A E Fraser	
E R Reid	
M Godson	
R R Watson
G A Godson	
E I Miller	
G H Sluggett...
E A Clark	
J Colquhoun ...
J H Monk	
G Butler	
B C Couves	
L A Campbell	
M C Campbell	
S V Robinson 	
D A Fraser ...
J Brandon	
M C Campbell	
J C Slater	
H 0 Case	
E F Clark	
E A Clark	
A L Wriggles worth
L Tingley	
A L Johnston. .  .   .
B Lucas	
P W Flemming ...
D V Butler ...    .
M J Blake ..
J G Hands ..
L II Fullagar
R H Allen...
D Allison....
S Moore	
J A Hoy
J Mebius
Brought forward.
YUI.-KmCATION-Continued.
Vote No. 79.—Teachers' Salaries.—Continued.
North Victoria District.—Concluded.
Teacher
Beaver Point    Scho
do
ii                       ii
do
Burgoyne Bay       m
do
M                     n
do
Mayne Island         n
do
Vesuvius                 n
do
North Vesuvius     n
do
Galiano                   n
do
do
Pender                    u
do
do
Ganges                    11
do
ii                         it
do
South Galiano        n
1   month
@ $50
11          ii
50
7          it
58
5           it
58
12
60
12
50
12           ,,
50
6           it
50
H
50
i        it
50
n         it
50
9           it
40
3           it
40
H
30
Total amount of Teachers' Salaries for North Victoria District, §6,294.35.
South, Victoria District.
School     S^ months @ §58
20 d. 58
3 ti 58
12 ,, 58
12 i, 58
11 it 58
1 ti 58
58
18 d. 68
Teachei
Craigflower       Scho
do
ti                       ii
do
n                       ,,
do
Cedar Hill
do
Lake                        ti
do
South Saanich        n
do
it                       ii
do
West Saanich         it
do
it                        ii
do
it                        ii
do
Cadboro                  n
do
ii                        ti
do
Tolmie                    n
do
do
ii                       ii
do
it                       it
do
Gordon Head         u
do
Prospect                n
do
Oak Bay                  n
do
Strawberry Vale    n
do
Elk Lake                n
do
it                        it
s
1
1
11
1
11
12
12
12
12
12
12
6 3-5
5 2-5
Total amount of Teachers' Salaries for South Victoria District, ^y,970.00
68
50
50
58
58
50
50
60
50
50
50
50
50
Esquimalt District.
Teacher
Esquimalt
do
,,
ao
Metchosin
do
Sooke
do
East Sooke
do
Colwood
do
do
do
Rocky Point
do
Highland
do
ii
do
,,
do
Goldstream
do
Otter Point
do
ii
do
ii
School.
4 months @ §53
8 „ 58
12
12 ,,
3 i,
4 ti
2 ti
6
12 ii
1 ti
' 1-15
5 4-5
12
1
Total amount of Teachers' Salaries for Esquimalt District, §4,873.07.
Cowichan District.
Teacher, Maple Bay-
do Quamichan
do ii
do       Chemainus
do ,,
do
do
do
School      12 months @
  6 ,i
  Bi "
  2 15-31 i,
Shawnigan
Somenos
5 16-31 ,
3 26-31 i
12    ,
12    t
§50
50
50
50
50
50
60
50
Carried forward.
1,390 05
72,953 39
50 00
550 00
406 00
290 00
600 00
600 00
600 00
300 00
258 35
50 00
550 00
360 00
1-20 00
169 95
484 60
37 40
174 00
696 00
696 00
638 00
58 00
140 35
497 05
58 00
50 00
650 00
58 00
638 00
600 00
6C0 00
600 00
600 00
600 00
600 00
330 65
269 35
232 00
464 00
600 00
600 00
160 00
200 00
100 00
300 00
600 00
50 00
353 20
190 30
600 00
40 00
68 57
235 00
600 00
300 00
258 35
123 35
276 65
191 95
600 00
600 00
23,003 72
72,953 39 86
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
L E Wells	
A S Matheson..
G J Loat	
J W King	
A E Carmichael
M Mclntyre ...
A J Dove. — .
J Howitt	
E M Watson	
M L Halpenny....
HO Case	
J C Slater	
DG Miller	
M G M Rolston ...
C M B Christensen
C H Butler	
L J O'Brien. ...
G A Maudson..
E A Haggard ..
L M Edwards ..
F Uren	
A John  	
M C Edwards ..
K Bertiaux
E A Lee	
E L Browne ...
E A Lee	
M Godson	
J Robertson ...
W H May	
M G Ramsay...
M G Ramsay ..
J E Norcross ..
WMMay	
KC Smith	
J Ramsay	
C Tingley	
L Kirkendall .
M M Robertson
L Kirkendall ..
W Tomlinson
C J Thomas .
A E Willemar
A B Pope	
K Cairns....
O Randle....
C A Loat....
A Currie ....
B Holmes ...
E Wilson	
W Dykes	
E Pearse ....
J A Teague  ,
A Shaw- 	
M Brown ....
0 Randle....
M Cairns ...
G L Brethour
S A Mills ...
E J Sharpies
Brought forward.
VIII.—EDUCATION.—Continued.
Vote No. 79.—Teachers* Salaries.—Continued.
Cowichan District. —Concluded.
Teacher, Sahtlam
do
do
do
do
do
do
School.
1 month @ §40
Chemainus Land'g
Duncan
Malahat
Cowichan
11
1
11
11 4-!
12
12
30
50
50
54
50
50
Total amount of Teachers' Salaries for Cowichan District, §5,737.45.
Teacher, Alberni
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Beaver Creek
it
Clayoquot
Cape Scott
Quatsino
Alberni District.
School  12 months @ §58
6
3J
3
1
4
4
12
12
40
40
40
50
40
40
50
50
Total amount of Teachers' Salaries for Alberni District, §2,752.45.
North Nanaimo District.
1st Assistan
ti
2nd       i,
3rd       ,,
|l                                11
II                                II
4th       „
II                                II
5th        ,,
II                                11
6th        ,,
11                                'I
do       tt
II                                II
do       „
11                       M
Monitor,
ii                        II
do
11                        11
Teacher,
11                       It
do
Mountain          n
do
ii               ii
Monitor,
ii              n
Principal,
Northfield         ,,
do
1st Assistant,            n                 n
2nd       ,,
Teacher,
Nanoose            n
do
ii              ii
do
Parksville          m
do
Qualicum         n
4
12
12
12
12
1
8 1-10
n
4
8'
8
4
12
12
1
11
12
1
I §85
60
60
55
50
50
50
50
50
50
40
40
55
58
50
40
76
76
58
50
50
50
50
50
Total amount of Teacher's Salaries for North Nanaimo District, §10,070.35.
South Nanaimo District.
Teacher, North Cedar     School     12 month:
do       South Cedar
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Monitor,
Teacher, North Nanaimo
Southfield
Chase River
North Oyster
South Gabriola
Harewood
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
South Nanaimo
East Cedar
Alexandria
Nanaimo Bay
,            17-25
.      5 21-25
i      12
,      9 2-5
t      12
  7 16-25
,  1
t      2 22-30
12
12
12
12
1
1
10
1
11
1
$60
50
50
60
50
50
50
50
50
50
54
40
50
50
50
60
50
50
50
50
Carried forward.
23,003 72
40 00
330 00
50 00
550 00
617 15
600 00
600 00
696 00
240 00
126 46
120 00
50 00
160 00
160 00
600 00
600 00
1,020 00
480 00
240 00
660 00
600 00
600 00
600 00
50 00
405 00
113 35
40 00
160 00
660 00
464 00
200 00
320 00
608 00
304 00
698 00
600 00
50 00
550 00
600 00
60 00
600 00
266 10
33 90
291 65
600 00
471 65
600 00
382 14
50 00
136 65
648 00
480 00
600 00
600 00
50 00
60 00
500 00
50 00
550 00
50 00
45,623 76
72,953 39
72,953 39 64 \ict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
87
M Brown	
E Raper	
A M M Parsons
M Graham ....
R Landells ...
B Netherby...
J N Muir	
A G Fisher . ..
J A Halliday .
J N Muir... .
T Nicholson ...
K McKinnon..
J B Bennett ...
L A Nickerson.
H F Pullen ....
M B Webster ..
E Milligan 	
A M Willemar .
M E Nicholas..
R M Kidd	
H A Laughlin .
S B Cameron . .
W Creech 	
A E Wood	
M McKinnon . .
M E Nicholas ..
A P Woollacott
A J Colbeck   ...
J McMillan	
S Moore	
R S Sherman ...
J M Inglis	
G A MacLeod...
J A Catherwood
P Murray	
J Trembath	
A L Murgatrovd
AH P Matthew.
H W Laffere  ...
M Beatlie	
J A McLeod ....
R H Cairns	
A M Templer ...
J Templer	
H E Melhuish ..
K Draper   	
E E Stevenson..
J Mclntyre	
J Higginson	
H D Trenholme.
J A Campbell ..
G Kendall	
J Wright	
T C Mercer	
N McLeod 	
E J Blair	
N R Hopkins ...
W P Ogilvie ....
M C Macfarlan..
L Lewis	
J D MacLean ...
R S Sherman ...
M Abercrombie .
M McLeod	
R C MacLeod .  .
Brought forward.
VIII— EDUCATION— Continued.
Vote No.  79. —Teachers' Salaries.—Continued.
South Nanaimo District.—Concluded.
Teacher,
do
do
do
Nanaimo Bay   School     11 months @ §50
Van Anda               11      1           n           50
„                         i  9 24-30,,           60
,,                         ,,      10 4-5     i,           50
Total amount of Teachers' Salaries for South Nanaimo District, §8,621.02.
Courtenay
Comox
it
Denman Island
Grantham
Puntledge
Teacher
do
do
do
do
do
do
do       Hornby
Principal, Union Mines
1st Assistant,    n
2nd       ,i
3rd       i,
4th
Teacher,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Comox District,
School  12 mon
     4
Read Island,
Cortez Island
Valdez Island
it
Union Wharf
Alert Bay
12
12
6
6
12
12
3
9
12
12
6
1
5
61
1
n
4i
6
6 11-25
2
§58
50
50
50
50
58
58
50
76
58
58
50
50
50
50
40
40
50
50
50
50
50
50
Total amount of Teachers' Salaries for Comox District, §8,572.50
Westminster District.
Teacher, Moodyville        School     8 months @ §50
do
do
Cloverdale              n
do
do
Mud Bay                 i
do
do
Burton                     h
do
Maple Ridge          u
Assistant,        M                         n
do
ti                      ii
Teacher,
Langley,                 ,t
do
Prairie                    n
do
it                       ti
do
Sumas                       n
Principal, Chilliwack             n
1st Assistant,   u                     it
2nd       ,
t,
Teacher,
South Chilliwack   n
Monitor,
Teacher,
Cheam                    11
do
Lulu                        it
do
Trenant                  n
do
ii                       ii
do
Whonnock            ,,
do
Mount Lehman      m
do
Upper Sumas         n
do
W estham                11
do
ii                       n
do
Port Moody            n
do
Hall's Prairie         n
do
Mission                   n
do
Assistan
Teacher,
East Langley         n
do
ii                        ii
3 27-31
1
10
1
LI
12
12
7
4
12
1
11
12
12
1
11
6
1
5
12
12
12
12
1
11
12
12
12
1
11
12
12
6
6
12
10
60
50
. 50
60
50
50
9d.
16 d.
Carried forward.
45,623 76
550 00
50 00
471
539
696 00
200 00
300 00
600 00
600 00
348 00
348 00
600 00
912 00
174 00
522 00
600 00
600 00
300 00
50 00
200 00
228 90
50 00
358 90
212 60
300 00
272 20
100 00
72,953 :
400 00
193 55
50 00
536 10
50 00
550 00
600 00
816 00
366 05
228 55
600 00
50 00
550 00
600 00
876 00
50 00
550 00
240 00
40 00
200 00
696 00
480 00
600 00
648 00
58 00
638 00
600 00
600 00
600 00
50 00
550 00
600 00
600 00
438 00
438 00
600 00
500 00
100 00
72,149 44
72,953 39 S8
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
L H Bodwell.. ..
G D Turner ....
E Sayer 	
EH Ewen	
J N Mathers	
M McDowell ...
C LThornbcr..
G F Goostrey ..
J King .   ......
J McMillan ...
T A McGarrigle
R MeKidd	
N McLeod ....
S B Campbell .
D McTavish ....
0 LThornber..
C E Stevenson
R W Taylor ..
P D McSween  .
M Smith 	
L J Bruce ....
J A Rowe	
E W Clarke . .
C C Warren ...
W L Tompkins
K Draper	
T Catherwood .
II B Barton....
E J Carter	
F Sexsmith...
J Beath	
J J Ashton ....
F 0 Canfield...
J P Cade	
T Catherwood .
M McKinnon .
W A Mathews .
J Wark	
A M Maxwell . .
W P Ogilvie ...
M A Bowman .
G F Goostrey..
P J Bond	
A E Echavdt ..
D E Stevenson.
A Trembath ...
A B Elmsley ..
B S McDonald .
M L Menten ...
N Macken	
W Blair	
M E Mercer ...
N Bradley	
J Moscrop	
A Graham....
E Parkinson...
L Abercrombie
E Lister 	
1 Macdonald ...
M E Beadleston
C Green   	
J A Blair	
J D Goostrey .,
A Beath	
J Wark	
W A MacKenzie
J M Englis ...
C L Bowman ..
J F Tupper....
A Clark	
E B Elmsly .,.
E Campbell ...
A C Thain	
M W Millan .. .
A M Johnston .
Brought forward.
VIIL-EDUCATION.-Co««*»i«e<?.
Vote No. 79.—Teachers' Salaries.—Continued.
Westminster District.—Continued.
Teacher,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Monitor,
do
Teacher,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Monitor,
do
Teacher,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Monitor,
do
Teacher,
do
do
do
do
do
Monitor,
Teacher,
do
do
do
Monitor,
Teacher,
do
North Arm
Aldergrove
Kensington
English
Haney
Lochiel
Otter
Howe Sound
North Nicomen
Clayton
Ilosedalc
East Chilliwack
Tynehead
Port Kells
Sea Island
Belmont
Agassiz
Brownsville
Dunach
Junction
Surrey Centre
South Aldergrove
West Aldergrove
ii
Beaver
South Sumas
Silverdale
Gulfside
Camp Slough
Fairfield
Steveston
Atchelitz
South Vancouver
Glenvalley
Ferndale
Burnaby
Ladner
Huntingdon
Langley Prairie
Anniedale
ii
Aberdeen
South Lillooet
Squamish
Hatzic
Delta
Douglas
East Vancouver
ool  12 months
  12
1
11
12
12
6 17-31
5
12
2
4
6
1
11
6
5 16-31
4 9-10
0
6
12
1
11
1
4
1
6
12
2
10
12
12
12
3
3
6
12
6
6
1
11
6
6§
12
12
12
1
11
12
11
11 21-31
1
11
4
Carried forward .
1
1
1
1
12
12
12
2
1
@ §50
50
60
60
50
60
50
50
60
60
60
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
60
50
58
40
40
50
54
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
40
40
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
54
50
50
50
50
50
50
60
58
40
40
50
50
50
50
50
50
40
50
50
50
50
40
64
54
72,149 44
600 00
600 00
50 00
550 00
600 00
600 00
327 40
250 00
600 00
100 00
200 00
300 00
50 00
550 00
300 00
276 80
350 00
245 00
300 00
300 00
600 00
50 00
550 00
50 00
200 00
-50 00
300 00
696 00
80 00
400 00
600 00
648 00
600 00
150 00
150 00
300 00
600 00
300 00
303 00
50 00
550 00
240 00
215 05
600 00
600 00
600 00
60 00
550 00
600 00
550 00
628 70
50 00
550 00
200 00
400 00
600 00
600 00
600 00
696 00
40 00
440 00
307 45
250 00
50 00
300 00
50 00
550 00
480 00
600 00
600 00
000 00
600 00
480 00
108 00
54 00
00,360 84
72,953 39
72,953 39 64 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
89
R M Robson	
R J Plaxton
D Anderson	
H W Laffere....
S Shepherd	
I R Bowman ...
L Murgatroyd ..
A Booth  	
J Wright	
W Lawson	
C Green	
M Nicholas	
A McMullen . ...
W L Thompkins
A E Dixon	
P D McTavish ..
GH Marshall.
M Smith	
H Mclvor 	
R Tanner  	
P A Mclnnes ...
F E Street 	
H A Laughlin ..
E W Ogilvie
E S DeBou	
J P Johnstone ..
M C Jack 	
M C Knight. ..
J Macdonald ...
J P Johnston ...
L C Wells	
T Forrest 	
S Moore	
A R Turner	
P E Spragge   ...
J F Rowan	
F O Middleton ..
HC Shelton....
E G Wardle ....
FNElmsly ....
N R Hopkins ...
T Henderson ...
WR Ellenwood.
H H Schuyler ..
D M M Thomson
R Sparling	
I Lyons 	
E Harding	
M E Smith ....
M Wolfenden ...
M Smith 	
A E Carss .....
F Beattie	
B H Wilson	
H A Fraser	
WT Kinney....
J M Murray ....
E S Wood	
E Beattie .. ..
H Newsom .....
KC Smith	
M E Norris . ...
W J Clements ..
A File	
H F Wilmot....
J M Cleveland ..
R G Gordon ..  .
EM Dalby	
E E Hawthorne.
A File	
Brought forward	
YIII.-m)\KATIOTx-Continued.
Vote No. 79.—Teachers' Salaries.—Continued.
Westminster District.—Concluded.
Teacher
East Vancouver Sell
do
Spring Brook         M
do
West Burnaby       ,
do
do
n                        it
do
South Dunach       n
do
Webster's Comers n
do
do
Boundary Bay        n
do
Centre Road           ,t
do
Sunburv                 u
do
ii                        ii
do
do
Stave River            n
do
do
Hammond               n
do
Jubilee                    u
do
East Haney            it
do
ii                       n
do
ii                        ii
do
East Kensington    M
do
Vedder Mountain  n
do
do
do
Morris Valley         n
do
do
do
ii                        n
do
Harrison HotSp'gs h
do
ii                        ti
do
n                        ii
do
Glenwood               n
do
Mission City           »
do
ii                          ii
do
Bar net                      n
do
Bowen Island          M
do
Lund                         ii
9 months
12
1
11-31
20-31
12-31
3-5
6-6
2-30
2-15
2-15
>. 22-30
; 1-10
§54
50
58
58
58
40
40
40
50
40
40
30
30
60
50
50
40
40
30
30
40
40
30
30
40
30
30
30
50
50
60
30
30
30
30
50
30
Total amount of Teachers' Salaries for Westminster District, §52,480.16.
Yale, District.
Teacher, Hope
do
School     1 month @ §55
do
do
do
do
do
do
Yale
Lytton
Cache Creek
Lower Nicola
Okanagan
Principal, Vernon
1st Assistant,   ,t
2nd       i, „
2nd       ,, i,
3rd       ,, ,,
3rd        ,, ,i
3rd        „ ,,
Teacher, Shuswap
do       North Thompson
do       Spallumcheen
do       Nicola
do
Principal, Kamloops
1st Assistant,   u
2nd       i, ,i
2nd       ,, ,,
3rd       ., „
Teacher, Goldstream
do
do ,i
do it
do       Ashcroft
Assistant, n
Teacher, n
do       Grand Prairie
11 months
1
11
12
12
12
12
12
12
8
4
1
6
4 9-10
12
12
12
10
2
12
12
6
5 10-31
12
1 3-10
3 3-7
3-16
6
12
1
io|
14-9
55
55
55
58
60
58
50
80
58
50
60
50
60
50
58
50
58
58
58
50
50
50 -
50
50
50
60
60
60
50
58
Carried forward.
486 00
600 00
58 00
426 60
211 40
480 00
296 00
184 00
50 00
480 00
40 00
100 00
60 00
60 00
550 00
600 00
480 00
40 00
175 71
122 16
480 00
40 00
150 00
147 00
80 00
120 00
123 90
33 90
125 00
74 :5
200 00
180 00
60 00
82 00
153 36
300 00
87 35
55 00
605 00
55 00
605 00
696 00
720 00
696 00
600 00
960 00
696 00
400 00
200 00
50 00
300 00
245 00
696 00
600 00
696 00
580 00
116 00
1,020 00
696 00
300 00
266 15
600 00
64 30
171 40
9 35
300 00
720 00
50 00
532 14
82 85
122,670 54 72,953
72,953 39 90
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
t   cts.
J cts.
VIII.-
Vote No.  79
Yo
Teacher, Grand Prairie Sch
do                „                     ,
do       Round Prairie
do
do       Enderby
do                ii
do       Salmon Ann
do       Lansdowne
do                „
do       Similkameen
do              „
do       Blue Springs
do       Ducks
do       Armstrong
do       Kelowna
do       Savona
do              ti
do       Otter Lake
do               ,i
do       Deep Creek
do       Okanagan Mission
do       Mara
do       South Okanagan
do       Okanagan Land'g
do       Anarchist M't'n
do       Okanagan Falls
do              .,
do              ,.
do       North Bend
do       West Okanagan
do       Notch Hill
do              „
do       West N.Thompson
do              ii
do       Spence's Bridge
do       The Commonage
do       Black Mountain
do              ii
do       Camp McKinney
do       Fairview
do               ,,
do       Rock Mountain
do       Peachland
do       Salmon Arm
do              ti
do              ,,
do       North Lytton
do              t,
do       Lumby
do              ii
do
do
do      Spuzzum
do
do             n
do       Hope Station
do       Campbell Creek
do       Keefer's
do       Knalt
Total amoi
W
Principal,      Revelstoke Sch
1st Assistant,      h
ii               ti
2nd       ii              ii
ii               ii
3rd       ,,              m
4th       i,              ii
Principal,       Nelson
1st Assistant,      M
2nd       ii              n
ii               it
122,670 54
440 50
114 35
58 00
149 14
58 00
596 00
696 00
522 00
162 40
58 00
638 00
610 00
600 00
696 00
696 00
50 00
467 35
522 00
172 05
696 00
589 30
600 00
000 00
440 00
600 00
50 00
342 85
200 00
600 00
600 00
355 00
217 85
333 85
250 00
600 00
600 00
60 00
422 85
600 00
100 00
493 35
506 65
696 00
60 00
200 00
300 00
40 00
300 00
50 00
250 00
200 00
96 80
240 00
100 00
200 00
360 00
193 55
313 35
228 90
840 00
50 00
550 00
50 00
550 00
500 00
550 00
900 00
720 00
55 00
605 00
72,953 39
-EDUCATION.—Continued.
M A Johnston	
.—Teachers' Salaries.—Continued.
le District.—Concluded.
)0l     7 4-7 mos   @ $58
     1 30-31 ii           58
,         1            t.           58
t         2 4-7     it           58
     1           ..           58
    10 3-10   i,           58
i      12           ii           58
,           9           n           58
K B Schwengers	
0 A Crandell	
,       2 24-30 ,,           68
,     1           ,,           58
i      11           ii           58
t       10 25-30,,           50
,     12           „           50
,       12           ii           58
,         1           ,,           50
0 McPherson	
D W Sutherland	
SCR Pope	
i           9           ,,           58
,             2 29-30,,           58
F N Elmslv  	
E K Pringle	
H G Watson	
  12           ii           58
■   11 4-5     ii           50
,       12           ii           50
i       12           ,,           50
,       11           ..           40
,       12           ,,           50
A Letts	
G M Bovyer	
J B McMillan	
G W Hall	
i       12           n           50
,           12           i,           50
,           7 1-10   i,           50
W J E Creech
N C Smith
i     6 17-25 ,,           50
t         5           ,,           50
   12           ii           50
A BRay	
R E Glover	
i       12           ii           60
,         9           ti 25 d. 50
F W Barton	
i       10           ti   4 d. 50
i      12            i,           58
C G Elliott	
S A Trenton	
G M Glover	
do         	
i           6           ,t           50
,         1           ,,           40
M Bell 	
.       10           it           30
i     1           „           50
H Olding	
,               4           ,,            50
,         1            i. 29 d. 50
i         6           ,i           40
E DeBou	
i         4           ,i           50
AM Howell	
E DeBou	
t       12           .,           30
,         5           ii 17 d. 40
int of Teachers' Salaries for Yale District, 835,255.88.
est Kootenay District.
,         1          i,          50
i     11          .,          50
i         1           "           50
,           11           i,           50
A Smith 	
do       	
R Millard  	
R E Glover	
,       10           i,            50
,      11           n           50
i       12           „           75
,       12           ,,            60
A E Edgar 	
J H Soady	
,         1            „           55
G W Clark	
,           11           ,,           55
148,913 23
72,953 39 64 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
91
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
9  cts.
N O'Reilly	
148,913 23
600 00
600 00
550 00
500 00
840 00
300 00
300 00
600 00
58 00
638 00
400 00
146 65
80 00
400 00
480 00
360 00
360 00
330 00
330 00
300 00
200 00
100 00
300 00
300 00
300 00
300 00
300 00
300 00
300 00
300 00
300 00
300 00
650 00
450 00
65 00
715 00
50 00
550 00
550 00
58 00
638 00
150 00
40 00
400 00
58 00
638 00
668 00
150 00
50 00
356 65
720 00
600 00
40 00
39 85
142 65
217 75
50 00
550 00
58 00
638 00
600 00
50 00
650 00
600 00
160 00
240 00
696 00
600 00
696 00
60 00
490 00
368 35
60 00
660 00
300 00
175,709 13
72,953 39
VIII— EDUCATION— Continued.
LS @ S50
50
60
50
70
50
50
50
58
58
50
50
SO
80
80
60
60
55
65
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
60
50
50
50
65
65
50
50
50
58
58
50
40
50
58
58
4 d. 60
60
50
4d. 50
60
50
40
40
40
50
50
58
58
60
50
50
50
40
40
58
50
58
60
70
50
60
60
50
Vote No. 79.—Teachers' Salaries.— Continued.
West Kootenay District.—Continued.
4th        i,               t,                   ,i        12           ,
5th        „               ,i                   „       11
6th        „               ,,                   it       10           ,
Principal,       Kaslo               11      12           ,
1st Assistant,      M                  n    ...        6           r
2nd       „               11                   i,       12           ,
Teacher,         Nakusp            u         1           i
do                    „                  ,,      11           ,
do              Pilot Bay     8          ,
E Wickham	
K R Scanlan 	
A McLeod	
J Hislop	
I Taggart  	
A Ketcheson 	
S A Tenton	
B Netherby	
W A Blair   	
do                    „                  n         2 2Sd. ,
do                    i,                  i,         6           t
M M Burns	
M L Moffat	
1st         ii               n                   i,         6           ,
2nd       ii              ii                  it         6          i
2nd       ii              ii                  ii         6           i
H Olding	
M L Moffat	
J McQueen	
M R Walker	
do            	
M R Walker	
A Noble
3rd       ti              it                  i,         6          ,
3rd       ii              n                  it         4           i
3rd        it              ii                 h           2           ,
4th       ii              it                  n         6          ,
5th       it              ii                  it         6           i
5th       it              ,,                  ii         6           i
K N Fraser	
do
6th       it              n                  ii         6           i
7th       it              i.                  ii         6           .
7th       ii              ti                  it     6          i
do            	
D N McTavish	
E Olding	
R E Estabrooks  	
8th       n              it                  n         6          i
9th       „               „                  ..        11           t
10th      it               ii                   ii         9           ,
do                  t,                ,  11          ,
B Fraser 	
M Truswell	
1st        n               it                   ti       11           1
2nd      ,.              .1                  ,t       11
do              ,,                       ..        11          i
do         	
do              ,,                       ti         1           i
do              it                       ii         8           ,
J Irwin  	
T J Barron	
do              ii                       „      11           ,
do       Sandon                    n      11           i
Assistant,       ,i                       u     3           i
do              ii                       n         1           i
do              ii                       ii         7           ,
S B Clement	
L E Moss	
M M Clement  	
Assistant,       n                       n      12          (
do              i,                       ,,         1           i
do              .,                       .,         317-31 i
do              ,t                       „         5 13-30,
do              „                       ,,      11           ,
E M Green	
A McLennan	
do          „                           ,,       .11           ,
do       Salmo                      t,     12          ,
do              „                       n      11           ,
do       Arrowhead             n      12          t
T A Wilson	
M E Fletcher	
do              it                       it             6           t
do       Kettle River           ,,  12           i
A A McPhail	
do              it                       ti         7           ,
D McD Hunter	
A File	
R A McMordie	
do              „                       „      11           ,
72,953 39 92
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
D J Matheson
J Simpson....
I) J Matheson.
T L Buckton .
J F Harrison .
E M Dalby ...
D McD Hunter
M Beadleston.
W Clayton ...
G R Millard	
J Sweeney	
J A Bates 	
.1 Sinclair 	
.1 Macdonald	
E M Lettice	
A S Bailey	
do       	
J F Smith	
M L Tompkins	
D E Fowler  	
M B Dunlop   	
E Tibbats 	
E H Gibbon	
J Moore	
E Tibbats	
S Bennett	
MS Keay	
E J Dutton	
J Ross 	
J Dyker	
F J Watson	
do 	
M Lawrence	
E Fernie	
A L Wriglesworth
E DeBou	
E E McDonald ....
D E Fowler  	
M P Hamilton	
A W Griffiths	
A J Davidson .
\V M Brandon
A Ketcheson .
S Moore	
J C Slater . ..
S Marsden....
A A Osborne .
M G Duncan  .
G A King	
M J Shannon .
do
D H Elliott....
E P Northcott
C C Warren . -.
S Walker	
do       	
E Harding	
M J Shannon ..
K B McLachlan
Brought forward.
VIII— EDUCATION— Continued.
Vote No. 79.—Teachers' Salaries.— Continued.
West Kootenay District.—Concluded. ■
Teacher, Cascade City     School         3 months (a> §58
do i, ii         9 ,i 68
do       Phcenix n         3 n 55
do ,, i,         6 it 55
do       Columbia ,,  10 1/7     ,. 60
do       Creston ti         11 n 40
do       Cody ii         2 2/5     ,i 40
do ii „         6 21/31 ,, 50
do       Hume n         5 n 58
Total amount of Teachers' Salaries for West Kootenay District, §35,024.64.
East Kootenay District.
Teacher, Donald School     1 month  @ §50
do ,i i,      10$        ,, 50
do       Golden ,,         12 „ 60
Assistant,       n "         4§ n 50
do ii ii         6 ,, 50
Teacher, Field ,,      12 ., 58
do       Fort Steele     5 n 60
Assistant,       n n         7 „ 50
do tt ii         4 ,, 20 d. 50
Teacher it ti         7      '     „ 60
do       Tobacco Plains       u     1 ,, 50
do ,i i,      11 „ 50
do       Wardner n     4 „ 50
do       Windermere n     12 n 50
do       Moyie City n           4 ■,' 50
do n ,,          6 ,, 40
do ,, ii         2 i, 40
do       Cranbrook ,i         1 n 58
do ii ii         7 ,, 58
do it it         4 i, 60
Assistant,       n ,     4 n 50
Teacher, Fernie ..         5 5/12   ,, 60
do n ti           5 it 65
do ,t it         3 9-10   ,, 50
do ti it         6 ,, 50
do ,, ,i         3 20d.  ,, 50
do        Beavermouth ,i         4 n 40
do ,, ti          126d.  „ 40
do       Elko ,i         3 „ 40
do i, ,.          7 4-5     „ 40
do       Albert Canyon        ,,     9 20 d.   , 40
Total amount of Teachers' Salaries for East Kootenay District, 89,038.03.
Lillooet District.
Teacher, Lillooet School     1  month <S $58
do ,i ,t      11 ,, 58
do        Clinton n         1 ,, 58
do t- -,t         5 i. 58
do ,, it     6 „ 68
do       Pavilion n         12 „ 50
do      Big Mar ,,         1 „ 50
do      Lac la Hache n        ...    1 ,, 58
do ,, ,,         11 ,, 50
do       S. Lac la Hache     ,,         5 ,, 40
do ii ,,     6 „ 50
Total amount of Teachers' Salaries for Lillooet District, §3,150.
Cariboo District.
Teacher, Barkerville       School.
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Quesnel
Williams Lake
Cariboo Road
12 months @ §80
1 „ 68
5 it 6S
27 d. 68
4
7
3
1
10 6-7
i 19 d. 60
Total amount of Teachers' Salaries for Cariboo District, §2,947.10.
Carried forward	
175,709 13
174 00
522 00
105 00
330 00
507 14
440 00
96 75
333 85
290 00
50 00
632 14
720 00
232 14
300 00
696 00
300 00
350 00
233 35
420 00
50 00
550 00
200 00
600 00
200 00
240 00
80 00
68 00
406 00
240 00
200 00
325 70
325 00
195 00
300 00
182 26
160 00
73 SO
120 00
812 00
386 65
58 00
638 00
58 00
290 00
348 00
600 00
50 00
68 00
560 00
200 00
300 00
960 00
68 00
340 00
337 56
420 00
218 70
60 00
542 85
193,703 00 72,953 39 64« Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
93
J M H Harding
R A McMordie
A McKinnon .
C P Starret...
H M Wells....
T Musgrave ..
W R Musgrave
T Trage	
J J Ackerman
W T Collinson
A Walker ...
E J Rosman ..
H Macklin. ..
A H Menzies .
E Walker ....
R Grubbe ....
J W Rowland	
J M Miller	
W E Heal	
F Turgoose :
.1 W Sluggett	
G Deans 	
R Hetherington
I Somers	
J S Young 	
J McA Moody.  	
H Roach	
R Pinkerton	
Victoria Water Works
do
TDuke	
E Milne	
T Oldershaw .
A T Peatt	
.1 D Reid....
A Maltravers .
J Phair ....
W H Anderson
W S Goodwin.
T A Wood	
D W Mainguy .
A Robinson....
LGHill :	
J Evans 	
G T Corfield ...
W T Chapman.
E Burnham....
J S Wellburn .
J A Evans	
Brought forward...
VIII— EDUCATION— Continued.
Vote No.  79.—Teachers' Salaries.—Concluded.
Cassiar District.
Teacher, Simpson
do
do
do
do
Bella Coola
Atlin
School  12 months
„         1 ii
  10 „
Lower,    M  11 .1
11     8 11
§58
58
58
40
75
Total amount of Teachers' Salaries for Cassiar District, §2,374.00.
Vote No. 80.—Incidental Expenses.
North Victoria, District.
Grant for incidental expenses. North Saanich
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Total amount of Incidental Expenses for North Victoria District, §440.00.
South Victoria District.
School  12 months 	
11      12       .,        	
Sidney                       tt
  12       ,,
Beaver Point             n
  12       ,,
Burgoyne Bay          ,1
  12        „
Mayne Island            n
   12        „
Vesuvius                    11
   12
North Vesuvius         it
...    12        „
Galiano                      n
  12       t,
Pender                       M
   12       „        .
Ganges                       1,
 12        „
South Galiano          it
   12       1,
Grant for incidental expenses, Craigflower
ao
Cedar Hill
do
1        Lake
do
1         South Saanich
do
1         West Saanich
do
1         Cadboro
do
Tolmie
do
1         Gordon Head
do
1         Prospect
do
.         Oak Bay
do
1         Strawberry Vale
do
,        Elk Lake
Water supplied
Lake
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
Oak Bay
Total amount of Incidental Expenses for South Victoria District, §524.
Esquimalt District.
Grant for incidental expenses, Metchosin
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Sooke
,         12
East Sooke
1°
Colwood
 12
Rocky Point
,       12
Highland
t       12
Goldstream
.      12
Otter Point
 ]2
Esquimalt
.       12
months
Total amount of Incidental Expenses for Esquimalt District, $340.
Cowichan District.
Grant for incidental expenses, Quamichan
do
do
do ,
do ,
do ,
do
do
do
do
Quamichan
...12
Chemainus
.. 12
Sahtlam
,,
.. 12
.    12
Duncan
11
.. 12
Cowichan
u
..  12
Shawnigan
..  12
Malahat
ij
..  12
Maple Bay
ii    ...
..   12
Somenos
...  12
Total amount of Incidental Expenses for Cowichan District, $364.40.
Carried forward	
193,703 00
72,953 39
696 00
58 00
580 00
440 00
600 00
196,077 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
20 00
80 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
15 00
9 00
40 00
40 00
20 00.
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
20 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
24 40
40 00
40 00
1,668 40
269,030 39 94
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
§   cts.
§  cts.
VIIJ.—EDUCATION.—CmMmted.
1,668 40
80 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
400 00
40 00
60 00
120 00
40 00
17 25
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
60 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
20 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
270 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
20 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
60 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
100 00
60 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
70 00
40 00
40 00
269,030 39
H S Law	
Vote No. 80.—Incidental Expenses.— Continued.
Alberni District.
G A Maltby    ..
do                         ii         Clayoquot          School    12       n       	
do                         it         Cape Scott                 u    .  ....  12       n        	
do                         it         Quatsino                    n        12       M        	
Total amount of Incidental Expenses for Alberni District, §200.00.
North Nanaimo District.
Grant for incidental expenses, Wellington         School   12 months —
do                         it         Departure Bay         u      12       n        	
do                         it         Mountain                   n      12       n       	
do                         ti         Northfield                  ti      12       n       	
do                         ii         Nanoose                     n      12       n        	
do                       n        Parksville                 n      12      n       	
Total amount of Incidental Expenses for North Nanaimo District, §677.25.
South Nanaimo District.
Grant for incidental expenses, North Cedar      School    12 months	
do                         ii         South Cedar              ,,      12       ,,       	
do                         it         Southfield                  „        12       „       	
do                       „        North Ovster           „      12      ,,       	
do                         ii        Chase River              n      12       ti       	
do                         n         South Gabriola         tt      12       n       	
do                         n         Harewood                  „      12       n       	
do                       n        North Nanaimo        , 12      n       	
do                         ii         South Nanaimo        n      12       n       	
do                         ii         East Cedar                n      12       n        	
do                         ii         Nanaimo Bay            n     .12       n         	
do                         n         Alexandria                n      12       ,i       	
do                         ii         Extension                  ti      12       tt       	
do                         ti         Van Anda                  ti      12       n       	
Total amount of Incidental Expenses for South Nanaimo District, §580.00.
Comox District.
Grant for incidental expenses, Courtenay           School.   .   . . 12 months 	
do                         ti         Comox                       n         12       ii       	
do                         n         Denman Island         ,,         12       n       	
do                         ii         Grantham                  n      12       n       	
do                           n         Hornby                        t,       12       h        	
do                         it         Union Mines              n    ..... 12       it       	
do                         ,,i         Read Island              ,i      12       „       	
do                         it         Valdez Island            n    ..... 12       n        	
do                         n        Union Wharf             n      12       n       	
do                         ii         Puntledge                  n      12       n       	
do                         ii         Alert Bay                   ,,     12       „       	
Total amount of Incidental Expenses for Comox District, §630.00.
Westminster District.
Grant for incidental expenses, Moodyville           School   12 months 	
do                         ii         Cloverdale                 M      12       n       	
do                         it         Burton                       u     12       ti        	
do                       it        Maple Ridge             u     12      n       	
do                         n         Prairie                       n      12       it       	
do                         ii         Langley                      i,      12       n       	
do                         n         Sumas                        n      12       n        	
do                         ii         Chilliwack                 „  12       ,,       	
do                         ti         South Chilliwack       12       h       	
do                         it         Lulu                           ii      12       ii       	
do                         ii         Trenant                     n      12       n	
do                         ii         Whonnock                 ,T      12       n        	
do                         it         Mount Lehman         n      12       ,t       	
do                         ii         Upper Sumas            u      12       n
do                         ii         Westham                   M      12       n       	
do                         ii         Port Moody               u      12       h       	
do                         ii         Hall's Prairie            n    ..... 12       n       	
do                       n        Mission                     „      12      <<       	
do                         it         East Langley             tl      12       n        	
do                         ii         North Arm                it      12       n         	
T F Haggart	
D S R Roberts 	
R Kelly   	
T J Lewis	
T Swan  ...    ....  	
F J Thatcher	
A Vernon    	
J McPhee	
R S McConnell	
H Smith 	
W R J Grant	
E W Wvlie	
P Woollacott	
J T Wright	
S Smith	
W J Mufford 	
S Mellard	
J B Burr	
H M Sutherland	
TF York	
F Kirkland	
H Vollans     	
W C Beacroft	
4,685 65
269,030 39 64 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
95
J Calbick  	
W Morgan  	
T Kidd	
W H Ansell....
J P Smith	
D Buie	
G Soames	
J F Harris 	
G Redmond ..
T W Cloverdale
J Patterson....
D M Robertson
J Yeomans....
L R Authier . .
D A McMillan  .
J W Berry	
M Inkman	
J Douglas	
W Towlan	
C W Kevis 	
J Churchland   .
W Groves 	
M McEwan ....
J McDonald .. .
G A Travis ....
A Skinner	
J Honeyman ..
S A Harding...
G Webb	
W McColl 	
S J Street 	
J Ewen	
G McKay	
J H Schofield..
L Miller   	
J M Gillis	
D Manning	
J Blaney	
W Mashiter ...
J B Marquette.
G Bruskey.. ..
W P Brown....
W F Hine ....
I G Keefer 	
S Campbell....
J Alexander...
W Oliver	
W S Whiteside.
H G Selby-Hele
A L Lazenby ..
W J Marsh ....
J Robertson   ..
S Walker	
J L Broe	
H A Olds	
R E McDonald
H J Hutcheson
J Oliver	
A Dinsmore .. .
A H Gillanders
H Abercrombie
RBHill	
G Gorrum	
H F Page  	
W A McLeod ..
L Becker	
A L Lazenby ..
R Ryder 	
D J Creighton
T Sayward	
Brought forward	
VIII. -EDUCATION— Continued.
Vote No. 80.—Incidental Expenses. — Continued.
Westminster District.—Concluded.
School  12 months
  12
.   .. 12
  12
  12
  12
.... 12
  12
.... 12
  12
  12
  12
  12
  12
.... 12
  12
.... 12
.... 12
  12
  12
  12
.... 12
  12
  12
  12
  12
.... 12
.... 12
.... 12
.... 12
  12
.... 12
.... 12
.... 12
.... 12
.... 12
.... 12
.... 12
.... 12
.... 12
.... 12
..   .12
... 12
  12
... 12
.... 12
.... 12
.... 12
.... 12
.... 12
.... 12
.   .. 12
.... 12
... 12
.... 12
  12
  12
... 12
.... 12
.... 12
.... 12
.... 12
.... 12
.... 12
.... 12
.... 12
  Si
Grant for incidental expenses, Aldergrove          Sc
do
i         Kensington
do
,         English
do
i         Haney
do
,         Lochiel
do
,         Otter
do
i         Howe Sound
do
t         North Nicomen
do
t         Clayton
do
,         Rosedale
do
t         East Chilliwack
do
t        Tynehead
do
,         Port Kells
do
,         Abbotsford
do
i         Sea Island
do
,         Belmont
do
i         Agassiz
do
,         Brownsville
do
i         Dunach
do
,         Junction
do
,         Surrey Centre
do
i         South Aldergrove
do
i         West Aldergrove
do
,         Beaver
do
i         South Sumas
do
,         Silverdale
do
i         Gulfside
do
,         Camp Slough
do
i         Fairfield
do
t         Steveston
do
t         Atchelitz
do
t         South Vancouver
do
t         Glenvalley
do
,         Huntingdon
do
,         Langley Prairie
do
,         Anniedale
do
i        Aberdeen
do
,        South Lillooet
do
i         Squamish
do
t         Hatzic
do
i         Douglas
do
i         East Vancouver
do
t        Spring Brook
do
,         West Burnaby
do
i         South Dunach
do
i        Webster's Corners
do
t         Centre Road
do
,         Sunburv
do
i         Stave River
do
i         Hammond
do
,         Jubilee
do
t         East Haney
do
i         East Kensington
do
,         Vedder Mountain
da
,         Morris Valley
do
i        Harrison Hot Spgs.
do
i         Ladner
do
i         Delta
do
i         Mud Bay
do
i         Cheam
do
t         Fern dale
do
i         Burnabv
do
t         Glenwood
do
,         Matsqui
do
t        Barnet
do
,         Bowen Island
Rent of room,
Hammond
@§5
Total amount of Incidental Expenses for Westminster District, 83,536.02.
Vale District.
Grant for incidental expenses, Hope
do ,|        Yale
do n Lytton
12 months
12       „
12       „
Carried forward.
4,685 65
269,030 39
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 OO
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
60 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
20 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
44 35
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
20 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
60 00
40 00
40 00
40 CO
40 00
40 00
20 00
20 00
20 00
20 00
41 67
40 00
40 00
40 00
7,411 67
269,030 39 96
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
W R Ellenwood
J Smith	
G Whelan	
F H Latimer .
J Ross	
W W Shaw . ..
C F Crozier....
T Hunter 	
J R Mitchell...
R Swift   	
W Shaw	
W Haltam....
F C Jones ....
N McLeod	
S J Rumball ..
E J Offerhaus..
D McCurdy...
T Christien. ...
W Plumm ....
G E Lorimer .
D Lloyd-Jones.
G V Ogle	
T Leduc	
J F Steele	
R Manson	
C W Little ....
G J Dickson...
R C Hews ....
W J Snodgrass.
J Hallisy	
J A Bailey	
J Dilworth ....
A Noble	
J Negrean	
J H Dayton ...
P L Brown	
G E Sanborn.. .
L W Shatford .
D McMillan .. .
S J Rumball ..
L D Loring ....
O N Hamerton
F J Boulter	
A C Whitley ..
W T Smith ....
R G Sidley ....
C Christian   ...
VDCurrv	
C P Ry Co	
J D Cameron ..
C F Lindmark .
EC Arthur....
E F Stephenson
E McDougald..
J Allan	
S Forteath ....
W T Hoyes....
W P Freeman..
J F Kelly  	
W D Mitchell..
W H Lilly	
R B Bradshaw .
J C Richardson
J A McKinnon.
J McLeod 	
W T Beadles...
J J Langstaff ..
W H Covert ...
R Hill	
J B Henderson
Brought forward.
VIII.—EDUCATION.- Continued.
Vote No. 80.—Incidental Expenses.—Continued.
Yale District.—Concluded.
Grant for incidental expenses, Cache Creek        School..
... 12 moi
iths    ....
do
Lower Nicola            11
... 12
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i         Okanagan Mission    M    ..
... 12
do
i         Vernon                       n    ..
...  12
do
Shuswap                    ti    ..
...  12
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North Thompson      n    ..
...  12
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Spallumcheen            n    ..
..    12
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i         Nicola                        it    ..
...  12
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,         Kamloops                  ,,    ..
...  12
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.         Goldstream                ,t
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i         Ashcroft                    i,    ..
...  12
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t         Round Prairie           M    ..
...  12
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i         Grand Prairie           h
...  12
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,         Enderby                    ,t
...  12
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Salmon Arm              M
...  12
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Lansdowne                0    ..
...12
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Similkameen             T,    ..
...  12
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Blue Springs             n    ..
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i        Kelowna                   t,    ..
...  12
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Savona                       n
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Otter Lake                 it      .
...  12
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Deep Creek               ,t    ..
...  12
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Okanagan                  t,    ..
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Mara                         n   ..
...  12
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t         South Okanagan       ,i    , .
...12
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t         Okanagan Landing   n    ..
.   .  12
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i         Okanagan Falls        ii    ..
...  12
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t         North Bend               n
...12
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i         West Okanagan         n    ..
..    12
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,         Notch Hill                 i,    ..
...  12
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t         West N. Thompson j,    ..
...  12
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i         Spence's Bridge        n    ..
..    12
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t         Commonage              n    ..
...12
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t         Black Mountain        ii    ..
.   .  12
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Camp McKinney       n    ..
...  12
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t        Fairview                  ,,    ,
...  12
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Peachland                 i,
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Salmon Arm Stat'n ii    ..
...12
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t         North Lytton            i,
...  12
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t        Spuzzum                    n
..    12
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i         Hope Station             j,    ..
...   12
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t         Keefer's                     M
...12
do                         i
Knalt                         „      .
..    12
do                         ,
i         Anarchist (2 schools)
...  12
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i         Lumby                       ii    ..
..    12
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i         Campbell Creek        u    ..
...  12
Rent of site,
North Bend               „    ..
...12
do      room,
Salmon Ann              n    ..
...    6
<g   §3
Total amount of Incidental Expenses for Yale District, §2,490.37.
West Kootenay District.
12 months
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
Grant for incidental expenses, Revelstoke          School
do
i         Nelson                        t,
do
t        Kaslo                          ti
do
i         Nakusp                      ii
do
,        Pilot Bay                  „
do
,         Rossland                   .,t
do
Trail                         ,,
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t         Ainsworth                  ji
do
,        Three Forks             n
do
,        New Denver             h
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,         Sandon                      ti
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,         Brandon-SIocan        „
do
t        Illecillewaet             n
do
i        Silverton                  ,,
do
,         Ymir                          n
do                         ,
Salmo                         it
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t         Trout Lake                n
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t        Kettle River             .,
do                         t
North Kettle River   ,,      ..
do
Grand Forks              ,t
,411 67
40 00
24 20
40 00
245 37
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
286 70
40 00
80 00
40 00
20 00
40 00
40 00
20 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 CO
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
20 00
66 10
40 00
20 00
10 00
18 00
477 04
495 62
150 00
50 00
25 00
,014 95
180 00
50 00
50 00
77 00
100 00
155 41
60 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
135 00
,092 06
269,030 39 64 Vict.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
97
Brought forward.
VIII—EDUCATION.- Concluded.
Vote No. 80.—Incidental Expenses.—Concluded.
West Kootenay District.—Concluded.
,1 F Kennedy	
D D Ferguson . ..
W L Wells . ...
E Mallandaine, Jr
A B Docksteader
W R Williams ...
R E Gosnell
E A Hain  	
R H Williams ...
M E O Neil	
F W Bauer	
M L Wells	
C F Lindmark
R Marshall	
W L Berg	
J Anderson	
W P Tierney .
Kaake & Williams
J McMillan	
W L Houston.   .
C G Ames   ..
BIT Galbraith
M Phillips	
J T Burgess	
C M Kimpton...
F J Smith	
A Moffatt	
W Blakemore ..
L J Edwards ...
T M Holbrook ..
A W Sharp	
V H Baker 	
do 	
Joyce Bros	
W'R MacDougall
J Wallace   	
G Levasseuer ...
J Marshall . .
W .1 Kelly ...
R Carson....
G Forbes	
E D McKinlay
J Stone....
J A Fraser
H P Horan
J Murphy .
J Stone
J Flewin .   ..   .
A Ivisdahl	
E Ramstadt
J St C Blackett
Grant for incidental expenses, Kuskonook
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Rent of hall,
do
do
do
Janitor
do
do
Coal supplied,
Lights, glass, stove, etc.
Cascade City
Columbia
Creston
Cody
Phoenix
Greenwood
Midway
Hume
Brandon-SIocan
Rossland
Columbia
Revelstoke
Rossland
Greenwood
Revelstoke
Hume
Trail
School....
12 months
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
9
3i
1|
11
7 2-5
10 3-5
(re §20
50
12 60
20
50
15
25
Total amount of Incidental Expenses for West Kootenay District, §5,477.51.
East Kootenay District.
School
12 mo
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
3
4
Ii
3
3
iths
Grant for incidental expenses, Donald
do it Golden
do ,i Field
do „ Fort Steele
do it        Tobacco Plains
do ti        Wardner
do ii Windermere
do ii Moyie City
do it Cranbrook
do it Fernie
do t, Albert Canyon
do „ Elko
do n Beaver Mouth
Kent of hall, n Cranbrook
do
do       & damage to chairs, Fernie
Janitor, M
do it
Wood and sanitary attendance,      n
Total amount of Incidental Expenses for East Kootenay District, §1,281.00.
Lillooet District.
Grant for incidental expenses, Lillooet School  12 months	
do tt Clinton ,,      1-2        ,,        	
do ti Pavilion ,,      12       h        	
do ii Lac la Hache ,i      12       it       	
do ,i South Lac la Hache ,,      12       n        	
Total amount of Incidental Expenses for Lillooet District, §200.00
Cariboo District.
@ §12
20
30
15
20
Grant
for incidental
do
do
do
expe
nses
Barkerville
Quesnel
Williams Lake
Cariboo Road
Rent of hall,
.
Barkerville
School
12 months
12 ,,
12 .,
12 ii
12       .1
Total amount: of Incidental Expenses for Cariboo District,
Cassiar District,
School
@$10
^328.1 fi.
Grant for incidental expenses, Simpson
do ii Bella Coola
do M Lower Bella Coola
do ii Atlin
12 months
12 ,,
12 ,.
12       ,,
Total amount of Incidental Expenses for Cassiar District, $220.00.
3,092 06
269,030 39
25 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
100 00
68 35
25 00
100 00
460 00
43 75
35 00
550 00
111 77
264 60
58 07
86 05
50 00
100 00
60 00
100 00
50 00
25 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
100 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
36 00
80 00
232 00
45 00
60 00
53 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
88 16
40 00
40 00
40 00
120 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
100 00
	
17,288 71
286,319 10
j 98
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
Bank of B C	
Merchants B'k of Halifax
Bank of B N A  	
Bank of Montreal	
Imperial Bank	
Bank of Commerce	
Dominion Express Co...
C P Nav Co    	
Post Office, Victoria	
Post Office, New Denver.
Post Office, Princeton...
J Kirkup	
J Murray.	
J A Turner	
J R Martin	
D G Cox	
S R Almond	
L Norris 	
J C Tunstall	
W G McMynn	
A Stevenson	
H G Fitzgerald	
Hon F C Cotton, M of F.
Hon Smith Curtis, M of F
Hon R McBride, M of M.
Hon R E McKechnie, P C
Hon A Henderson, At-G'l
H A Maclean, Dep At-Gen
J McB Smith, Aud Gen..
J A Anderson, Auditor..
F C Gamble, Eng Pb Wks
J McGregor, Ins M Mines
T Morgan, Ins Coal Mines
W J Goepel, Inspector...
W F Robertson, Prov Min
Sundry persons	
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IX.-TBANSPORT.
Vote No. 81.—Charges on Remittances,
Charges on remittances to and from various agents,
do ,i
do it ii
do it ti
do ti ii
do ii it
do n ii
do .. .,
Charges on post office orders	
do ii 	
do ..	
Charges paid on remittances from Rossland  	
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Nelson.
Cranbrook . .
Grand Forks .
Vernon 	
Greenwood
Lytton	
Alberni ....
Vote No. 82.—Travelling Expenses of Officers on Duty.
Travelling expenses
do
do
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do
do
do
do
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New Westminster.
J. R. Anderson, Deputy Minister of Agriculture.
R. J. Skinner, Timber Inspector	
R. M. Palmer, Inspector of Fruit Pests	
J. Peck, Inspector of Boilers	
J. R. Martin, Assistant Timber Inspector.	
J. Murray, Forest Ranger	
W. Mitchell, Government Agent,  Comox .
D. Robson, t.
A. Shepherd, Ass't u
G. C. Tunstall,
W. Dodd, ii
H. N. Coursier, u
J. E. Griffith, ,,
J. M.-Dougall, ii
F. W. Valleau, „
J. Kirkup, ii
M. Bray, n
J. F. Armstrong, n
L. Norris, i,
J. A. Turner, u
.T. W. Burr, n
J. Porter, n
C. A. R. Lambly, n
J. Flewin, n
W. G. McMynn, ,,
J. Murphy, h
J. D. Lauder, u
J. D. Graham, u
J. Bowron, ii
T. Fletcher, n
F. C. Lang, Collector,
M. Bate,                         it
D. C. Kurtz, acting      n
T. O. Townley,       Registrar,
J. MeKenn, n
F. Schoefield, .,
E. T. H. Simpkins,        n
Kamloops	
Yale	
Revelstoke ....
Golden	
Cowichan	
Omineca	
Rossland ...	
Nanaimo ....
Fort Steele ....
Vernon	
Nelson	
Ashcroft	
Glenora	
Fairview	
Port Simpson..
Greenwood ...
Quesnel Forks.
Nicola	
Atlin    	
Barkerville ....
Alberni   	
Golden  	
Nanaimo	
Kaslo	
Vancouver ....
Barkerville ....
Rossland ...   .
Nelson	
Carried forward      12,176 65
422 41
115 60
191 90
63 36
83 35
14 35
2 65
7 45
13 55
5 37
40
115 67
1 60
5 90
60
50
13 09
4 60
1 65
9 09
50
2 50
570 35
129 60
25 00
218 45
127 40
270 20
187 45
19 00
832 15
990 30
240 65
625 80
574 81
716 05
11 25
533 JO
230 30
657 45
237 75
228 50
29 00
13 80
136 60
39 85
324 56
716 43
49 95
306 76
73 70
94 90
579 20
429 30
111 35
32 60
63 00
63 75
18 00
4 50
11 75
20 00
911 50
22 00
2 50
41 3C
14 65
5 6C
453 0C
80 50
26 45
69 60
1,076 09
1,076 09 64 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
99
Sundry persons	
do     	
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Victoria Transfer Co ...
J Smith   	
G Winter	
J Martin 	
Dominion Stables	
B C Electric Radwav Co
do
Andrews & Donaldson..
Callbreath, Cook &Co..
TC Hunter	
J Pierson   	
J Mahoney 	
J K Worsfold	
G H deG Cross	
O C Bass	
R E Gosnell	
A Everson	
WT Dawley	
R S Sargent	
J H Lyon 	
R E Grassham	
J Clapperton	
J Stevenson 	
W Scott 	
L A Agassiz	
E N Murphy	
J M Lindsay	
F W Hughes	
W E Curtis	
W Simpson	
E Walter	
M M Robson	
E llooson	
H Macklin  	
J S Harrison	
H McKinney	
M Phillips	
A B Buckworth 	
do 	
E M Sandilands	
F M Becher 	
W J Robinson	
B Brvnildsen    ...
J J 0"'Reiley	
J Scott	
BCMillsT&TCo ....
Moodyville Saw Mill Co..
B A Corporation Co ....
War Eagle Mining Co ...
Britannia Cop Syndicate.
The Last Chance Min Co
The Hall Mines	
Brought forward.
IX.-TRANSPORT.-C<mc?w«Je<J.
Vote No. 82.—Travelling Expenses of Officers on Duty.—Concluded.
Travelling expenses, E. M. N. Woods, Registrar, C. C
do
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Atlin	
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Revelstoke
Trout Lake
(acting)	
J. Stirrett,        Minin
W. H. Vickers,
W. G. Paxton,
E. W. Bickle,
W. J. Rant,
Alexander McRae,
W. D. Armstrong,
F. Fraser,
J. Gibbins, veterinary surgeon
0. C. Bass, stenographer	
Q D. H. Warden,     ,,          	
Hack hire for Ministers	
do 	
do	
do 	
do 	
Tramway tickets for messengers	
do between Vancouver and New Westminster	
Buggy and waterproof rug for Government Agent, M. Bray	
Keep of Government Agent's horse, Telegraph Creek (as per contract)	
Travelling expenses as special constable, inspecting roads.   	
do to Quesnel Forks and return, re examination of office	
Hire of launch, etc., as messenger to A. J. McColl from the Premier	
Travelling expenses re swearing of Administrator and dispatch of election writs...
do accompanying Premier Martin through Electoral Districts
do ,,
do as Private Sec'y to Premier Dunsmuir, Greenwood to Victoria.
XI.-EEVENUE SERVICES.
Vote No. 83.—Commission, Courts of Appeal, Travelling
Expenses and Miscellaneous.
(Commission.)
Commission on collections, McDame Creek 25 per cent,
do Clayoquot .....20
do Hazelton 20
do Tom Creek 20
do Stuart Lake  20
do Nicola .....15
do Barkerville 15
do Illecillewaet 15
do Agassiz 15
do Kuskonook 12£
do Moyie     10
do Mission 10
do Lowe Inlet        10
do Duncan City  10
do Salt Spring Island .10
do Mayne Island 10
do Pender Island    10
do Galiano Island     10
do West Bridge 10
do Rock Creek 10
do Tobacco Plains 10
do West Kootenay . 10
do n   5
do Sandon  5
do Chilcotin	
Commission on revenue tax collections from employees 10
do ,, ,t  10
do ii n  10
do i, n  10
do ti it    5
do ti ii          5
do ti it  5
do it n          5
do it it          5
do ti ti          5
Carried, forviaro
162 50
21 40
263 75
22 00
134 50
17 50
150 95
3 30
62 70
508 05
61 60
77 95
7 50
4 00
24 00
6 00
3 0J
10 00
37 50
80 00
50 00
21 25
94 30
14 10
9 25
217 00
230 20
48 50
253 81
68 75
56 25
12 20
39 30
1,037 95
176 23
1-29 89
509 09
5 00
36 00
8 80
33 30
183 09
42 76
49 69
59 75
54 17
3 20
29 10
290 80
49 56
181 62
75 00
172 80
7 80
191 40
100 20
20 65
22 95
6 90
11 40
i  60
1 65
34 65
4,039 91 100
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$   cts.
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XI.-REVENUE SERVICES.
Vote No. 83.—Commission, Courts <
Expenses, and Miscellaneo
( Commission.)—Con
Commission on revenue tax, collections from emp
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4,039 91
53 40
49 95
2 55
9 45
534 75
13 80
5 10
3 90
4 65
4 05
6 25
3 15
7 20
1 80
9 60
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5 70
7 95
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4 80
7 20
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8 10
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39 00
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4 80
1 65
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8 15
15 60
19 65
4 95
2 10
10 35
7 35
57 75
4 65
223 20
34 02
334 80
2 70
100 50
7 65
8 10
7 95
4 96
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1 80
33 00
5 10
1 35
3 90
15 15
2 10
24 15
5 85
9 60
118 80
4 80
1 20
56 55
16 65
28 50
65 50
114 50
38 00
3 50
22 50
9 50
GranbyCon M &TCo...
Columbia River Lum Co.
Brunette Saw Mill Co ...
Canadian Pacific Lumber
CP Ry	
—Continued.
if Appeal, Travelling
us.—Continued.
tinued.
lovees     5 per cent.
   5       .1
  5
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Bvron N White Co
A DeR Taylor	
   5        ,,
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Coal River Lumber Co ..
A H Blummaner	
W G Scott	
W N Stevenson	
J G Crandall	
J K Clark	
H D Poitras	
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E Lloyd	
J F Geminway	
H Gillev 	
R B Thompson	
E Creddle	
HV Green	
T C Duncan	
J Johnstone	
N Hanson   	
F Burnett	
 5       ,,
i            5        „
   5        ,,
.    5        ,i
McKay & Co	
   5
 5        t,
HP Christie	
W R Allen	
.          5        it
i          5       it
t            5         i,
   5
,            5        ..
i            5        ,i
W McQueen	
W H Adams	
J M Campbell	
S DWells	
D Morris 	
Ponpoure & McVeigh ...
Mann, Foley Bros & Lar-
G Ellis  [sen
M J Heney	
E M Rammelmyer	
R D Markill	
   5       ,,
 5       ,i
 5       ,,
   5        i,
 5        i.
   5       ,,
   5        ,i
   5        t,
,            6        „
t              5        i,
F Kiffre	
W F DeBois	
J M Willliams	
J Daly 	
,             5        „
i            5        „
i                    5        ii
Dean & Joseph	
F A Wood	
   5        „
   5        ti
   5        „
i            5       i,
i            5       i.
,            6        „
   5       ,,
     5       ii
   6        it
  5       i,
 5        ,,
 5        „
 5
W P Tierney & Co
W J Hall	
N McL Curran	
C V Jenkins	
M Phillips	
L W Bengway	
JE McMillan	
W J Armstrong    	
T Parker	
do                                  New Westmins
do
do                               Chilliwack   ...
...••. Carried fot
ter  10       „
 10        „
 10        „
 ....10
 .    —
6,324 88 64 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, L899, to 30th June, 1900.
101
A DeR Taylor ..
J A Catherwood
A Carney	
P Wright	
ST Hall	
E Harrison	
8 P Mills	
C G Major	
W J Dickey ...
P J Fulton	
W Teague 	
D Rabbitt   ....
Sundry persons
do
do
H Hunter	
C Phair	
J C Tunstall...
J Kirkup ......
C Booth	
Brought forward	
XL-REVENUE SERVICES.-Continued.
i. S3.~Commission, Courts of Appeal, Travelling:
Expenses and Miscellaneous.—Continued,
(Commission.)—Concluded.
Commission on marriage licences, Ladner  10 per cent
do Hatzic 10       n
do Kaslo... 10
do Columbia   10        n
do 150-Mile House 10       „
(Courts of Appeal.)
Judge, Court of Revision, Alberni, Comox, Mayne Island, Salt Spring Island, Duncan, and Nanaimo     16 days @ $1C
Victoria	
Vancouver and New Westminster     4       n       10
Revelstoke     6       „       10
Nicola and Similkameen exp., $57.50; 10       n       10
Yale, Lytton, Spence's Bridge, and Ashcroft . .   exp., $17.60;   4       ,,       10
do n Fairview, Vernon & Kelowna,    n      47.25; 12        n        10
Travelling expenses, E. Harrison, Judge, Court of Revision	
do J. Bowron,       M h 	
do W. J. Goepel,   n n 	
do attending Court of Revision as Assessor   	
do (t " 	
do ii ii 	
do ii m 	
do M " 	
do
do
do
do
do
(Travelling Expenses.)
Sundry persons.    ...
Meals, beds, fares, etc.
C. W. Jenkinson, Collector
do            	
do
D. Campbell,                m
do            	
do
M. Bate,                        „
do            	
do
R. B. Halhed,                ,,
do            	
do
W. Mitchell,                   ,,
do            	
do
C. C. Fisher,
do            	
do
J. B. Kennedy,             u
do            	
do
J. J. Johnston,             ,,
do            	
do
W. O. Herald,              ,,
do            	
do
D. Welsh,                     n
do            	
do
H. Lee,                        ,,
do            	
do
W. Ii. Fagan,                   ,,
do            	
do
A. R. Steacy,               c
do            	
do
J. Keen,                        ,t
do            	
do
D. C. Kurtz,                  ii
do            	
do
J. Kirkup,                     ti
do            	
do
A. Sproat,                     m
do            	
do
A. Mclnnes,                 n
do           	
do
C. Phair,                       u
do            	
do
L. G. Burns,                   it
do            	
do
M. Beattie,                    n
do            	
do
A. P. Morris,                 n
do            	
do
F. C. Lang,
do            	
do
J W. Burr,                   ,,
do            	
do
C. W. Young,                ,,
do            	
do
C. A. R. Lambly,         „
do            	
do
W. G. McMvnn,           ,,
do            	
do
H. P. Christie,             ,,
do            	
do
D. G. Cox,                   ,i
do	
do
F. Fraser,                     tt
do            	
do
W. Dodd,                      n
do            	
do
J. F. Sayre,                  u
do           	
do
J. A. Dinsmore,           ,(
do            	
do
A. C. Nelson,                i,
do            	
do
H. F. M. Jones,             ,i
do           	
do
J. Flewin,                    it
do            	
do
F. Stanley-Spain,         it
do            	
do
J. C. Tunstall,              „
do            	
do
W. Stephenson,            n
do            	
do
H. Hunter,                  n
do             	
do
E. W. Bickle,                ,i
do           	
do
W. H. Vickers,             „
Victoria District ...
Esquimalt District.
Nanaimo District .
Chemainus	
Comox	
New Westminster..
Vancouver
ii
Kaslo	
Rossland ....
New Denver
Lillooet ,
Kamloops .
Golden	
Ashcroft	
Howser	
Fairview	
Greenwood	
Slocan	
Moyie	
Revelstoke	
Yale	
Lytton	
Grand Forks —
Fort Steele	
Thurlow Island .
Port Simpson  ..
Clayoquot	
Vernon	
Quesnel	
Princeton	
Atlin  	
Carried forward.
6,324 88
1 00
3 0C
1 Of
7 60
2 00
160 00
100 00
40 OC
60 00
157 50
57 60
167 25
16 25
84 75
20 60
6 00
18 50
13 65
10 75
13 50
53 00
2 CO
22 65
2 00
24 20
594 10
613 15
27 95
97 35
58 00
14 00
53 51
111 40
218 35
10 95
21 9C
6 10
3 86
148 0C
63 25
72 0C
30 5C
43 0C
12 9C
36 7C
78 75
11 5C
6 0(
3 0C
71 90
90 85
53 6C
51 OC
33 65
91 4(
88 15
22 95
50 85
214 55
63 0(
143 75
49 00
3,464 71
265 73 102
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$  cts
H Hunter
do
W A Cumyow
L Garrison ..
W White . ...
P Callighan...
C Booth	
R Carter	
J P Geddes...
D Welsh ....
W O Herald .
A P Morris ...
G A Harding .
W A Cumyow
R J Steel.'.  ..
J Allen  	
E N Murphyr .
E L Kirkland.
R Dinsdale ..
C S Ryder ....
H Hunter —
W Davis	
Nicholles & Renouf
Albion Iron Works.
G C Hinton & Co ..
Taylor Mill Co	
W S Fraser & Co ..
A Garnet	
W S Beckwith	
J Colbert.	
Braden Bros	
B C Pottery Co ....
A & W Wilson ....
F Tatham	
W J Henderson....
A & W Wilson   .   ..
Culp & Anderson ..
J W Flemming
E G Prior & Co .
Royal City Planing Mills.
Brunette Saw Mill Co
W E Vanstone	
H Wilson 	
WD Purdy	
R F Anderson & Co..
T Ovens	
B C Mills Tim & Trad Co,
R D Scott	
Brought forward....
XL-REVENUE SE&VUmS.-Concluded.
Vote No. 83. — Commission, Courts of Appeal, Travelling
Expenses, and Miscellaneous.—Concluded.
(Travelling Expenses.)—Concluded.
Keep of Government horse  6 months @ $10
Pasture for n  2      n        	
Fees for Chinese interpreting at Fraser River canneries	
Conveying revenue books, Atlin to Pine City 	
(Miscellan eous.)
Rent of office for Mining Recorder, Slocan City	
do ti Manson Creek	
Paid for rent of rooms for Court of Revision, Victoria District 	
Posting notices re n n     	
Typewriting notices re 11	
Services as spec'l const, re collect']! Rev. Tax, Fraser R. fishermen, 25 days (ffi §3
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Kamloops .
as interpreter,
Chinese, Fraser R., 20
22
3*
3£
watehing saw-mill under seizure for timber royalty..
assist'g Min'g Recorder to determine work on min'l claims,
measuring work on mineral claims expenses, $10.30;
conferring with Assessor at New Westminster re tax sales ..,
appraising lots and buildings at Atlin and making report, 19
Satchel for Assessor, Cumberland  	
Paid for shoeing horse ,	
3
2.50
2.50
4
3
1.50
2.50
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS.
Works and Buildings.
Vote No. 84.—Repairs to Government Buildings, Victoria.
Carpenter, 12 months' wages    329 days @ S3
General hardware   	
do 	
Electric lighting, repairs, etc	
Lumber    ....
Tools, oil, etc	
Repairs to steam pipes	
Express charges on pipes and oil	
Repairs to boiler and steam-heating apparatus	
Grate rollers, etc	
Drain tiles, etc	
Taking out old, and fitting up new, hot water heater, Gaol, Victoria ....   	
Labour, 20 days (ffi $2	
Repairs, Law Courts	
Repairing latrines	
Excelsior boiler cleaner   	
Labour  2J days @ $5
Repairs to steam plant, Parliament Buildings	
Vote No. 85.—Repairs to Government Buildings, Nerv Westminster
Lumber	
do     	
Labour and material, putting in water supply for boiler, changing lavatory, etc..
do Court House	
Fitting up room in Court House for use of Boiler Inspector	
Hire of stove, stove-pipe, zinc, etc., Court House	
Fitting vault doors, Land Registry Office	
Vote No. 86.—Repairs to Government Buildings, Vancouver.
Double gate, repairs, etc	
Repairs, Land Registry Office	
Carried forward	
3,464 71
60 00
8 60
26 00
1 00
45 00
30 00
10 00
2 50
25
75 00
237 00
17 50
5 00
80 00
66 00
5 25
19 05
3 50
162 00
75
1 50
987 00
54 97
38 74
196 56
153 09
22 23
18 00
1 00
58 25
5 00
2 87
95 97
40 00
18 75
4 25
15 00
11 25
4 17
7 63
42 00
70 10
112 55
75 00
16 79
5 00
37 31
2 00
39 31
7,265 73
750 30
1,727 70
329 07
2,056 77 64 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
103
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
M S Ross	
DRG Ballantyne	
Clarkson & Mayne	
P J Straube	
J Bushong	
McLennan, McFeely & Co
F H Holt	
Letson & Burpee	
J Saul ;..".	
W H Morton	
F M Rattenbury	
J May    	
J M Brown	
T Dobeson 	
Randle Bros	
A Haslam	
Randle Bros	
Anderson & Hamilton
A Forrester	
Shotton & McClughan
A C McGregor	
Austin & McKay	
Shuswap Milling Co..
G E Welsh    	
N J Barwick    .
C Carreact	
S Rayburn  	
G G Burnell	
W J Sinclair	
T E Crowell	
Chambers & Co	
W J Sinclair	
W R Megaw	
J Dawson  	
Pay list	
J Thomas	
R McVittie	
The Hunter, Kendriek Co
W L Flood	
D Johnson ...   	
Harvey, Bailey & Co	
J A Starrett	
E PRey & Co	
T J Trapp & Co  .	
Vancouver Hardware Co.
Royal City Plan'g Mills Co
Brought forivard .
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Vote No. 86.
Works and Buildings.—Co  tinned.
-Repairs to Government Buildings, Vancouver.
Concluded.
Plumbing work, Court House   	
Hanging transoms, cutting doorway, M 	
Painting, etc., m 	
Yale locks and keys, n  ,	
installing 3 electric lights, n 	
Rope for window, u 	
Work on Judges' Bench and platform, and alterations barristers' room
Repairs to furnace door. Court House	
Labour and material construct'g chimney,   ,, 	
Vote No. 87.—Repairs to Government Buildings, Nanaimo.
Oils, paints, etc.. .    	
Balance due on architect's commission in 1896	
Repairs, etc., Court House	
do ii 	
Bar castings, etc. Prison	
Repairs to steam heating apparatus,       n        	
Lumber, it      	
Coal hods, hose, plumber work, and repairs, Court House
Repairs to doors, etc., n
Labour and material, m
Vote No. 88.
-Repairs to Government Buildings, Yale District,
North Riding.
Sundry repairs	
Repairing roof, etc., Registry Office, Kamloops	
do       floor, Govt. Office, n       	
Lumber, n u       	
Papering, Gaol, ti        	
Lumber for new floor, etc., Government Office, Nicola Lake .
Vote No.   89.
-Repairs  to   Government  Buildings,   Vale   District.
East Riding.
Connecting water, Government Buildings, Fairview
Hanging doors and fixing windows, n it
Painting, including extra material, n n
Repairs to water pipes, etc., n n
Paints, oil, labour, etc., tt Vernon
Oil,
Labour, m "
Iron pipe, hose, nozzle, etc., it u
Spraying shade trees, Court House, u
Labourers, it n
Bricks, nails and tin, n n
Material and labour, fitting up Mining Recorder's Office, Greenwood
Oilcloth, paper and tacks, n n
Vote No.  90.
-Repairs  to  Government Buildings,   Yale  District,
West Riding.
Alterations, etc.,
Glazing windows, etc.,
Glass and putty,
Carpenter work,
Freight charges on door, lumber, etc.,
Screw hooks, glass, etc.,
Turps, paint, etc.,
Door, sash, lumber,
Hope
Ashcroft
Yale
Carried forward.
99 55
7 60
8 5C
9 5C
6 00
1 35
94 95
2 50
36 00
"21
35
236 Ot
4
75
2
III
4
OS
35
(li
4
(iS
31
35
5
5C
106
00
66 80
7 00
1 CO
2 88
18 00
44 84
39
46
3
BC
129
95
16 00
67
47
1
15
20 0C
73
00
9
56
95
46
4
11
119
75
21
35
16 80
1 76
9 25
16 00
2 25
1 45
4 55
6 30
600 68
58 35
i,612 36 104
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$    cts.
F W Foster ...
T J Trapp & Cc
E G Prior & Co
F Soues 	
H Murray	
J Morris 	
G L Jones ....
P Santine	
3 P Forde	
H Cochrane    	
Cariboo Gold Fields
G J Walker	
S A Rogers  	
P McGregor	
B C Pottery Co ....
W P Bowron	
W B Bailey & Co...
D McTavish	
H S Timon	
Pay list	
A Kelly	
G V Atkinson	
T Thormahsen	
B Eagle	
J L B McLain	
J Lambert	
Johnson & Santo.
McBride Bros  	
E Dilse	
A Downey 	
A E Neidig	
Park, Mitchell & Co
Neidig Bros	
Desaulines Bros	
J M Lindsay	
J W Kimberley ....
C PR	
F Becket	
Robertson & Co  	
Alex Toombs	
R V Clare	
F McGregor	
W M Lawrence	
Kootenay Lumber Co
W Redfern	
R Gordon 	
E C Fromey	
W Abrahamson	
Morris & Steed 	
Brouqht forward..
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS .-Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No. 91.—Repairs to Government Buildings, Lillooet District,
Paint, brushes, freight charges on hose, Clinton
Hose, couplings, and camps, u
Castings, etc., ti
Freight charges on castings, M
Painting roofs, M
Painting' fence and windows, Lillooet
do „
Paintbrushes, white lead, boiled oil, and turps, T,
Lime, m
Vote No. 92.
-Repairs to Government Buildings, Cariboo
District.
Sidewalk and repairs, 880; labour and nails, $4.25,
Lumber,
Labour,
Whisk, nails, latch, paint, screws, etc.,
Repairs and painting interior and front,
Terra cotta chimney caps, roof plates, etc.,
Lumber and shingles,
Freight charges, Lock-up,
do „
Repairing roof, n
Carpenters, Island Mountain Quartz Mill building,
Repairs, Reduction Works building,
Labour, cleaning, etc.,
Repairing roof,
Labour.
Contract clearing' snow,
Barkerville
150-Mile House
Stanley
Barkerville
Quesnel Forks .
150-Mile House
Richfield	
Vote No. 93.—Repairs to Government Buildings, East Kootenai/
District, North Riding.
Two panes glass,
Door lock,
Windermere
Vote No.  94.
-Repairs to Government Buildings, East Kootenay
District, South Riding.
Sundry hardware,
Building chimney,
Lumber for repairs,
Papering, painting, etc.,
Lumber,
Addition to building,
Door,
Material and labour building cell,
do
Fort Steele
ti
Moyie
it
Kimberley.
Vote No. 95.-
-Repairs to Government Buildings, West Kootenay
District, Revelstohe Riding.
Freight charges and drayage on vault door,
Lime,
Vault door,
Labour, placing vault door,
Labour and material, vault door,
Hauling lumber,
Plumber work and material,
Lumber for Lock-up,
Building woodshed and porch, n
Repairs to pipes, n
Lime, n
Sundry repairs, lumber, etc., Court House,
Nails, tacks, glue, etc.,
Revelstoke.
Carried forward.
35 90
30 60
4 35
1 75
20 00
7 50
5 00
15 75
6 25
84 25
49 50
32 00
6 60
95 00
15 50
8 63
6 70
15 74
7 50
44 00
7 80
2 50
17 00
22 50
12 00
1 00
1 25
55 12
18 50
144 09
50 25
21 30
93 00
9 00
31 20
21 60
21 78
4 00
90 00
9 00
21 50
3 25
102 70
33 12
6 00
1 50
2 90
17 00
4 89
3,612 36
127 10
427 22
317 64  4,612 ! 64 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
105
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
S   cts.
$   cts.
F Robinson  	
F W McGregor	
M Ross .,
R Gordon	
W A Nettle 	
S Wood	
G Ritchie	
G Howard	
F Bonza .".   .
W M Lawrence	
Kootenay Lumber Co
Murphy & McLean	
Lawrence Hardware Co..
Nelson Saw & Steam Mills
do
H Byers & Co 	
Hebden & Hebden	
Nelson Hardware Co	
Kootenay Elec Supply Co
WGGillett	
AG Fox	
F Irvine & Co	
T A Stevenson 	
N M Watner	
H Byers & Co	
G Chappie   ...
J Kirkup	
H C Sharp 	
Dill & Morris .
J A Beddle.
T Kilpatrick
A W Heath.
do
Pay list	
C S Ryder...
R Grant & Co
T Ed wards....
T Irwin 	
J Carthew	
W J Anderson
A G Taylor	
Shuswap Milling Co  ..
J Pair  	
Shotton & McClughan.
do
Brought forward    	
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No. 95.—Repairs  to  Government Buildings, West Kootenay
District, Revelstoke Riding.—Concluded.
Lumber,
Hauling lumber,
Repairs to fence, Lock-up,
Oak tank, pipes, flush tank, plumbing, etc.,
Altering Judge's desk, etc.,
Repairs,
Labour,
do
do
Oil, varnish and paint,
Lumber, hardware, linseed oil, paint, etc.,
Revelstoke.
it
M
Trout Lake
Comaplix .
Vote No. 96.— Repairs to  Government Buildings,   West Kootenay
District, Nelson Riding,
Painting, etc., Sheriff's Office,
Plumbing, n
Fitting up ii per contract,
Repairs to Court House, u
Kalsomine and tacks,
Repairs to latrine,
Padlock,
Lamps, cord, iron pipe, tubing, etc.,
Ventilators,
Sundry repairs, plastering, etc.,
Linoleum, window shade,
Stonemason labour and material,
Painting sign,
Lock for door,
Plumber work,
Glass for windows,
Lumber,
Nelson   	
ti        ....
n       ....
ti        ....
n        ....
Kaslo
Grand Forks
Midway	
Rossland ...
Vote No. 97.—Repairs to Government Bxiildings,  West Kootenay
District, Slocan Riding.
Plumbing, Court House, Kaslo	
Vote No. 99.—Repairs to Government Buildings, Alberni District,
Kalsomining walls and roof,
Repairing hinges,
Door locks, horse post, etc.,
Material for addition,
Labour,
Vote No. 100.—Repairs to Government Buildings, Comox District.
Hardware, Cumberland	
Fence lumber, n       	
Constructing new fence, etc., n        	
Plastering, kalsomining, and painting, n       	
Moving stables, etc., rt       • ■ ■   •	
Lumber and shingles, Alert Bay	
Vote No. 101*—Provincial Home, Kamloops.
Glazing'	
Lumber and shingles	
Plumbing work     	
Gurney heater, hot water tank, and repairs as agreed, $395; Edison pump, pipes
etc , $56.50	
Hose and couplings, scrubbing brush, etc	
Carried forward.
317 64
9 78
1 OC
12 0C
24 05
3 0C
5 0C
67 BC
5 0C
12 5C
17 75
62 92
30 20
5
m
101
40
131
B6
1
1'
18
5C
75
12
70
4
OC
52
OC
21
65
11
26
3 0C
3
61
35 0C
1
25
80
6 50
75
11 60
33 94
38 25
7 95
27 6£
59 57
47 0C
24 0C
10 00
2
25
23 96
17
20
451
50
14 60
538 14
19 75 106
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE
§   cts.
$   cts.
Brunette Saw Mill Co
Cunningham Hardw'e Co
G C Hinton & Co ....
Royal City Foundry. .
Royal City Planing Mills
E A Dalziel	
W E Vanstone	
do 	
G F Welch 	
C S Sterling	
J Reid 	
Corporation New West'r
G Turnbull	
W R Wilson   	
J Coughlan .,	
W W Forrester	
Fensom Elevator Co ...
R F Anderson & Co.
J Coughlan & Co 	
Galbraith & Sons 	
Shaak Machine Co	
Gillev Bros ..  	
CPRy	
H M Customs	
J Gibbons 	
Weiler Bros 	
T N Hibben & Co	
M W Waitt& Co  ...	
B C Furniture Co	
Library Bureau	
G C Hinton & Co	
J HTodd &Sons	
J Somers	
E A Harris	
A & W Wilson	
Taylor Mill Co	
Jno Jardine	
R Lettice	
W J Anderson	
Victoria Gas Co   	
Nelson Saw & Plan Mills.
J A J Lindal	
Nicholles & Renouf	
Thomson Stationery Co .
CG Major	
D Robson	
W J Collister & Co	
E W Brooks	
H T Kirk	
R F Anderson & Co	
G Adams .  	
Cunningham Hardw'e Co
Wintemute Furniture Co
T J Trapp & Co	
Rae Grocery Co  	
P Bowles   	
J M Currell  	
Hudson's Bay Co	
C Wiegand	
D RGBallantyne....
G W Hutchins	
Brown Bros	
Vancouver Gas Co	
J T Ferguson	
Nelson Drug Store Co
J Storey	
Brought forward..
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS -Continued,
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No. 102.—Asylum for the Insane.
Lumber    	
General hardware	
Balance contract for electric plant, $650; installing sundry lights, switches, etc.
$392.90    ...
Brass castings '	
Lumber	
Painting and lettering sign board	
Automatic air valves, oil tanks, and changing steam connections, etc	
Extras for heating apparatus, per contract	
Wall paper, etc	
Blacksmith work    	
Repairs, tools for chaingang, etc	
Electric lamps	
Salary as clerk of works	
Services rendered as architect    ...	
On account of contract for completion of building	
Balance of contract for addition to building, $1,532; extras, S189.15	
Balance contract for re-erecting hydraulic elevator	
Alabastine lime and plaster	
Cement, sewer pipe, gulleys, plaster, etc	
Lumber, glass, etc       	
Repairs dynamo engine, indicator and brake, etc	
Brick and cement '.	
Freight charges on hardware   	
Duty on it 	
Sundry n	
Vote No. 103.—Furniture for Government Offices throughout the
Province.
Oil cloth, carpets, desks, chairs, etc., Victoria Offices	
Typewriters, desk for typewriter, etc., n 	
do           and repairs, n 	
Oak desk and cabinet, n 	
Shelf label holders, \, 	
Typewriters, installing push chandeliers, switches, lamps, etc.,   „ 	
Floor sweepers, n 	
Picture frames, etc., n 	
Automatic map and chart rollers, n 	
Gas lamps and shades, Provincial Police Department, etc., n 	
Lumber, ti 	
Glass for blue print frame, n 	
do ,, 	
Cupboard with lock, n .......
Reflector shades, rubber hose, lamps, etc., it 	
Lumber for typewriter box, ,, 	
Moving furniture and cleaning carpets, h              	
Drawer furnishings, nails, paint, etc., ,* 	
2 typewriters, 3 ribbons, for Asylum and Assessor's Office, New Westminster	
Map, „ 	
Rake, broom, galvanized box, etc., u 	
Towels and calico, ,i 	
Repairing typewriter, N 	
Sprinkler, pail, brush, hose, M 	
Sundry hardware; n 	
Brushes, ti 	
Cash-box, ti 	
Repairing desk, etc., n 	
Wheelbarrows, ladders, map, etc., n 	
Tumblers, u 	
Lamp, ti .:.,...
Repairing cash-box, Vancouver 	
Brushes and matting-, n 	
Cocoa matting, umbrella stand, rugs, etc., it 	
Step-ladder and repairs, )t 	
Chairs, u 	
Electric light fitting and wiring, tt 	
Gas fittings and lamps, u 	
Cleaning corridor, putting rubber on matting, etc., n 	
Sponges and brushes, M 	
~ponges, it 	
Carried forward	
237 31
286 84
942 90
12 20
52 61
10 00
332 77
750 00
18 46
50 00
69 80
36 00
100 00
962 03
6,500 00
1,721 15
337 00
24 02
221 70
25 50
63 88
15 75
8 70
19 85
86 53
653 46
308 25
137 00
127 50
18 75
325 28
4 00
4 16
53 01!
25 35
22 06
17 00
2 25
7 50
18 05
1 68
3 00
6 90
123 00
30 00
11 15
9 15
1 50
11 35
26 35
3 00
3 00
4 80
23 75
1 15
7 50
25
8 80
102 25
5 25
12 00
4 75
28 40
19 65
3 10
2 00
6.3S1 35
2,177 33 19,266 35 64 Vict.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
107
Vancouver Hardware Co.
CHach	
Scott & Devlin	
G A Roedde	
Brown Bros	
McLennan & McFeely ...
Boyd, Burns & Co	
T Dunn & Co	
J A Clark	
Stemple Fire Extingu'her
Atlin Lake Lumber Co..
P Murphy	
W J White	
Dixon Bros	
J St Clair Blackett & Co.
S Aitken	
A C Muller	
H M Customs	
McLennan, McFeely & Co
T Dunn & Co  ....
N Simson 	
J Ripstein	
British America Co ....
GC Hinton & Co	
T N Hibben & Co	
W P Joslyn	
WHTOlive 	
Godfrey Hardware Co...
J Ritchie	
Campbell Bros 	
S Rayburn 	
J Douglas	
Fairview Corporation ...
Smith Bros	
CAR Lambly	
Nelson Saw & Plan'g Mills
Nelson Furniture Co	
J A Turner	
D McArthur & Co	
Johnston & Kinrade ....
Nelson Hardware Co	
Kirkpatrick & Wilson ...
J AGilker	
Kootenay Elec Supply Co
WFTeetzeI& Co	
J A Honeyman	
Harvey, Bailey & Co ... .
CP Ry	
Stewart & Crozier	
Shotton & McClughan...
N D DeKeyser	
J D Graham	
Whitney & Pedlar	
F McLennan	
Victoria Yukon Trad Co.
M Watson	
M P Gordon	
Hudson's Bay Co	
W Hargreaves   	
H Cocheran	
Victoria Book & Stat'y Co
A Neidig	
McBride Bros    	
J H Gilpin	
Johnson & Bricker...
J D Quail 	
A W Heath	
Callbreath, Cook & Co
J Barnsley & Co	
F W Foster	
F Soues	
B C Express Co	
D A Stoddart	
Brought forward..
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS.-Con^nn^.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No. 103.—Furniture for Government  Offices throughout the]
Province. —Continued. I
Hardware, Vancouver	
Blind, repairs office chairs, mirrors, u       	
Towels, ii        	
Mounting map, n        	
Bracket wiring, h       	
Feather duster, n        	
Flue cleaner, i	
Ticket punch and gauge glass, n       	
Spittoons, it       	
Fire extinguishers, Atlin    	
Lumber, t,       	
Removing safe and fixing foundation, it       	
do ,i ii       	
Hauling safe from wharf, n
Chairs, blankets, canvas, etc., n        	
Stand for tables and press, n       	
Repairs typewriter, ti
Duty, it       	
Lamp, stove, stove pipe, heater, pipes and fittings,      M        	
Heater, pipes, stoves, etc., n       	
Lamp, n       	
Heater and chairs, n        	
Chairs, matting, drilling, etc., ti        	
Typewriter. ti       ....
do .,        	
Repairing stove, ri       	
Making till, m       	
Repairing stove piping, etc., it       	
Elbows for stove pipe, n       	
Desk and chair, Fairview	
Carpenter work, ti       	
Freight charges on desk and chair, m       	
Standing desk, n       	
Copying press, office basket, etc., n       	
Stove and stovepiping, n        	
Lumber, trays, etc., Nelson     	
Covering table, h       	
Typewriter, it       	
Tables, chairs, blinds, etc., n       	
Repairing press, n       	
Lampshades, u       	
Lamp, broom, etc., it 	
Feather dusters, w       	
Lamps, ii        	
Brush and comb, tt       	
Repairs to letter-book press, m        	
Feather duster, Ashcroft	
Freight charges on furniture, it       	
Drayage on furniture, n       	
Garden hose, n       	
Cleaning and repairing clock, m       	
Freight charges on furniture, Lake Bennett..
Broom, lamp, and globes, n       .....
Lamp and galvanized pails, n        	
Making table, door, etc., tt       	
Stovepipe and fittings, n       	
Linoleum, racks, etc., Kamloops .....
Cocoanut matting, h        	
Lock, keys, repairs, etc., n       	
Ladder, Barkerville —
Typewriter, Fort Steele —
Making desk, stand, etc., M       	
Stove, zinc, etc., i<       	
Oilcloth and spring hinges, n       	
Blind and wire screen, Fernie     	
Stove, stoveboard, etc., it       	
Tables, bench, shelf, etc., Alberni    ...   .
Lamp and glasses, Teslin Lake ..
Safe, Fort Simpson.
Oilcloth and lamp glasses, Clinton    	
Lamps, ii        	
Freight charges on Lamp, clock, etc., n       	
Repairs to stove, it       	
Carried forward	
2,177 33
45
13 50
1 20
1 00
4 75
75
3 00
2 40
80
75 00
20 46
4 00
4 00
10 00
60 25
1 00
2 00
21 25
85 30
82 85
5 75
19 50
74 20
127 50
55 00
2 50
6 00
25 50
1 50
25 50
33 25
3 15
25 00
23 25
12 40
34 35
6 50
70 00
26 30
3 00
50
4 95
1 75
5 70
1 75
5 00
1 00
23 09
4 00
7 85
2 50
15 80
2 50
5 50
31 50
14 50
55 85
10 73
7 50
5 00
120 00
15 50
26 55
1
2 20
27 90
18 50
4 50
66 50
3 50
1
4 30
1 50
19,266 35
3,652 361 19,266 35 108
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June   1900.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$  cts.
G E Trorey	
H A Tremayne	
Ezra Evans	
F Jeffery	
J J Hull 	
L Norris	
Chambers & Co	
G B McDermod	
J& J Taylor..   	
Kootenay Lumber Co ...
Upper Col Nav & Tran Co
J D Woodcock	
W T Shatford & Co	
J Reid	
Jackeia	
H Byers & Co	
Kaslo Dairy Produce Co.
S Newswander	
H Geigerich	
E Evans 	
J M Lindsay	
W Dodd	
Victoria Book & Stat'y Co
T J Trapp & Co...
J A Skinner	
Hudson's Bay Co .
Mason & Co	
J Kirkup	
G C Hinton & Co .
J Kirkup	
Merchants B'k of Halifax
R B Halhed	
D J* Darraugh	
F R Morris	
McBride Bros  	
WG McMynn	
M Parsons,   	
A Mawson	
Pay lists 	
P Hansen	
B C Pottery Co	
A Si ewart	
A Ohlson .,	
L Humber	
Nicholles & Renouf ..
J Dalby ,	
A M Jones 	
F M Rattenbury	
Taylor Mill Co	
W Ha^vksby	
N Shakespeare	
Victoria Chemical Co
C Keeler	
J Ferguson	
T Dunn & Co	
John Jardine	
Taylor Mill Co	
Nicholles & Renouf
Brought forward..
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS -Continued,
Works and Buildings.—Continued'.
Vote No. 103.—Furniture for Government  Offices throughout the
Province.— Concluded.
Gleaning clock,
Freight charges on safe,
Gold scales,
Stove and stovepipe,
Making table top,
Freight charges on furniture, etc.,
Cloth for letter press, stovepipe, etc.,
Table felt, broom, etc.,
Repairing sale lock,
Stovepipe and elbows,
Freight charges on safe, etc.,.
Lamp,
Felt for table,
Stove, stovepipe, and chairs,
Blinds, lamp, and lumber,
Stove, zinc, etc.,
Broom,
Repairing clock,
Cuspidors,
Office counter,
Stove and stovepipe,
Paid for freierht and repairs,
Typewriter,
Coal-oil can with brass tap,
Wash-basin, lamp chimneys, etc.,
Lamp glasses,
Repairing clocks, ■
Paid for water pitcher and glass,
Typewriter,    ■   ■
Paid for lock,
Rent of safe,
Pigeon-holes, stove-pipes, and chairs,
Table and freight charges,
Chairs, table, stove and stovepipe,
Stove and stove-pipe,
Stove-pipe, elbow, brooms, pail,
Clinton    	
Telegraph Creek
Manson Creek ..
New Denver	
Vernon    	
h        .   	
Golden     	
n       	
Comaplix	
Windermere
Slocan City	
Quesnel   	
Kaslo       	
it 	
Omineca 	
Moyie      	
Yale 	
ti 	
ti 	
ti 	
Grand Forks ...
Rossland	
Chemainus	
Phcenix   	
Cranbrook 	
Kimberley	
Greenwood	
Vote No. 104.—Improvement of Government Reserves.
Gardener,
Assistant gardener,
Labourers,
Labour and hire of horse and cart,
Sewer pipe and covers,
Placing granite curb round fountain,
Drawing plan of grounds,
Black loam,
Hardware, ■   ■
Gravel and rolling gravel,
Repairs,
Commission on contract for curbing,
Lumber for fenoe,
Hauling trees,
Ornamental trees,-
Artificial manure,
Labour,         ^
do
Clips for garden hose,
Victoria       12 months @ $65
tt            1 ,t 65
and furnishing report re laying out
 500 loads @ 80e.
Vote No. 105.—Gaol, Victoria (repairs).
Boiled oil, paint, turps, glass, staging, etc .
Lumber for fence   	
Oil, turps, nails, etc	
Carried forward.
3,652 36
1 50
3 75
9 00
12 00
5 36
4 55
6 55
6 95
7 60
1 85
15 70
B 20
1 00
63 00
10 50
26 00
40
2 00
1 00
4 00
5 00
4 61
60 00
1 75
2 IC
50
3 40
1 00
127 5C
5C
50 0C
23 75
8 55
23 2C
10 70
4 36
780 00
65 00
688 00
119 00
42 60
159 0C
50 0C
400 0C
11 3C
302 8C
4 25
135 35
31 8£
75
6 0C
18 75
249 75
3 6C
40
415 26
70 32
25 60
19,266 35
4,166 08
3,068 28
27,011 88 64 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
109
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$  cts
27,011 88
XII.-PUBLIC -WOnKS-Continued.
67 40
119 53
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No. 106.—Gaol, Neiv Westminster (repairs).
Vote No. 108.—Gaol, Kamloops.
Vote No. 109.—Government Buildings, Atlin and Bennett.
Contract for building lock-up, etc.,                                            n      	
Lumber for new Government buildings,                                   n    ,	
186 93
119 63
D C Campbell	
22 50
848 65
4,122 85
1,205 91
37 10
685 10
14 95
219 00
100 00
5 00
72 65
22 95
269 20
92 70
373 80
10 50
16 80
11 90
150 00
481 00
340 30
15 00
45 75
825 00
5 75
5 00
234 55
7 00
36 00
13 50
30 10
14 75
18 00
25 00
105 45
199 00
100 00
150 00
41 60
33 75
50 00
290 00
2 00
226 58
9 78
30 00
89 35
19 25
10 00
20 60
24 75
188 89
3 00
120 24
IB 25
3 50
Dwyer & Mills	
Atlin Lake Lumber Co ..
McLennan & McFeely ...
W H T Olive	
Hardware,                                                                                      h    	
Cummings & Richardson
Jamieson & Kinnaird....
Cotton,                                                                                           n    	
Carpenter work,                                                                           ,,    	
Purchase of log cabin, used as hospital,                                    ,i      	
F H Ware   	
McFeelv & Co 	
Labour and material,                                                                    n    	
Windows, storm sashes, doors, transoms, etc.,                         ,,    	
Chimney pipe, sewer pipe, iron straps, etc.,                             h    	
Freight charges on pipe, etc.,                                                     n    	
Wall-paper,                                                                                    ,,           	
Canvas, etc.,                                                                                  u    	
do                                                                                            „               	
Tavlor Mill Co .
B C Potterv Co	
Canadian Pacific Nav Co.
British America Corpor..
J St Clair Blackett & Co.
M Foley	
D Main      	
White Pass & Yukon Ry
Bulmer & Parrott	
Freight charges on material,                                                       n    	
Hauling material,                                                                         ,,      	
F Hinds	
M II Taylor	
T Dunn & Co	
Hangings and fastenings for stable door,                            Glenora	
Vote No. 110.—Lock-ups.
Roofing, heater, pipes, nails, etc.,                            Atlin	
9,999 36
M Foley	
J E McFeelv & Co ..
WH Webb'	
Wall paper, hinges, etc..                                               t,    	
Laying water pipes, etc.,                                           Grand Forks	
Painting, per contract,                                                          n        	
Russell & Chase	
Pieper & Currie	
D S McVannel	
F A Case	
Labour and material,                                                 Pine Town 	
E Decarie	
II Fergusson	
Henderson & Mcintosh..
Fairview Corporation ...
J Bryant 	
Freight on shingles,                                                           n
J Dauphin	
Labour,                                                                                ,,
W T Shatford & Co	
Nails,                                                                                   ii
Vernon Saw, Plan'g&M'g
Shingles,                                                                              ,i         ■ ..    .
Nails, window light, lock, hasp and staples,                   ,,             	
W Dalrymple	
Pay list   	
Iron bars, hinges, and bolts,                                             n
Labourers,                                                                    Kelowna
Crowley Downton . , ,   ,
Lequime & Lloyd Jones..
Hauling lumber,                                                            n                   	
Lumber,                                                                               ,,       	
M J Curts	
Nails, locks, paper,                                                        ,,
B C Potterv Co	
Chimney caps,                                                             Port Essington 	
2.111 79
37.317 80 110
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
A Johnson  	
T Underwood  	
J D Quail 	
F McLennan ...
Victoria Yukon Trad Co
G Bell & Co 	
J M Lindsay 	
W M Lawrence	
T Edwards	
J W Ross  	
B Robinson  	
W M Lawrence	
E Pickard ..   	
R Hawson & Co	
C E Fromey	
J S Skinner	
Revelstoke Iron Works.
H C Dier	
W A Nettle	
Harvey, Bailey & Co ...
W Fearn	
A Mooney	
W C Morgan	
J Campbell	
Weiler Bros 	
G Vance	
C Inkman	
H M Hills	
C Matheson	
J  Carthew	
CHTarbell	
J R Michell  	
J Carthew	
Simon Leiser	
J Abrams	
T Irwin   	
A McRae .   	
C S Ryder, Jr 	
CHTarbell	
J Henderson 	
W S Houston &Co	
EEC Hanington	
D Johnson 	
C Creamer	
Weiler Bros 	
H J Robertson	
D D Robertson	
R Marshall	
G E Trorey	
C H Leicester	
G D Curtis	
H Byers & Co	
J T Wilson	
J Nichol	
D McArthur & Co	
D McBeath	
G Hawkins & Son	
W J Anderson	
Weiler Bros	
E J Salmon ..    	
Falliat & McMillan	
H Byers & Co.	
D J Robertson  	
Young & Heldebrand...
W L Wells 	
A J Smith, estate of	
Weiler Bros	
Stewart & Crozier	
Brought forward	
XII.-PUBLIC V{ORK8-Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No. 110,—Ioc7i.-ups.~-Concluded.
Construction of fence, stable, exercise yard, etc..
Labour and material,
Building fence, gates, etc., per contract,
Tar paper,
Lumber,
Stove and stovepipe,
Labour,
Paint and brushes,
Labour and material, removing chimney, etc.,
Connecting water main and fitting sink,
Quesnel ...
Fernie     ....
Lake Bennett
it       ....
Enderby 	
Moyie      	
Revelstoke ..
Cumberland .
Ymir       	
Vote No. 111.— Public Schools throughout the Province (construction and repairs).
Completion of building, per contract, Si,175; extras, $70,    Revelstoke	
Putting in furnaces, per agreement, M       .	
Moving seats, repairing doors and windows, it       	
Table, desk, blinds, bookcase, etc., u       	
Moving buildings on to grounds, n       	
Grading and levelling, etc., grounds, u       	
Plumbing, ii        	
Electric gong, battery, switch, etc., »       	
Blackboards, platforms, map stands, etc., and making fence,     n       	
Lumber, nails, paint, oil, doors, paper, etc., Cache Creek	
Carpenter work, M       	
do ii       	
Labour, m        	
Freight charges on lumber, paint, oil, n       	
Desks, Agassiz    	
Building platform, steps, and desks, u       	
Stove, n       	
Preparing and executing deed for site, Union Bay	
Clearing school lot, per contract, i	
Construction of building', per contract, n         	
Stove and stovepipe, n       	
Contract, painting and kalsomining, Kamloops	
Building outhouse and board fence and repairing seats,        Union Mines	
Stove, stove-pipe, blinds, glass, rope, brooms, desks, seats, etc.,    n       	
Stoves and stove-pipe, u        	
Kalsomining, M       	
Ditching lot, per contract, Union Wharf	
Window shades, Cumberland	
Desks and seats, n       	
Building latrines, woodshed and partition, Golden     	
Desks, ii       	
Purchase of lot, ©50; notarial fees, $'2.50, Savona     	
Construction of building, per contract, n        	
do                         ii Ymir       	
Desks, ,i       	
Pleating stoves, Slocan      	
Desks and chairs, u       	
Painting building, repairs, seats, etc., Chilliwack ....:	
Clocks, ii       	
Construction of building, per contract, $2,575; extras, $14(1, Hume Addition, Nelson
Superintending erection of building, n                     1(
Stove and stove-pipe, tl                     n
Hauling desks, M
Setting up desks, n                     ■■
Shades, ,t
Clearing and grading, it                     ,r
Clearing site and grounds, Alert Bay	
Balance of contract for construction of building, n       	
Tables, chairs, and door-mat, ,,       	
Heater and stove-pipe, M       	
Labour and material, Sandon    	
Stoves, piping, etc., n	
Blinds, tables, etc., n       	
Construction of building, per contract, Columbia	
Stove, blinds, seats, etc., m        	
Checking estimate of cost of buildings, Fernie and Greenwood	
Blinds, Ashcroft	
Hauling desks, tt       	
Carried forward	
250 00
50 00
115 00
4 00
18 00
11 60
6 00
7 20
35 00
40 00
1,245 00
600 00
33 50
167 45
20 00
100 00
121 81
20 00
326 00
290 15
126 00
75 25
31 50
35 00
59 00
20 00
10 00
13 50
50 00
600 00
16 00
300 00
350 00
240 40
50 0C
10 OC
38 0C
50 0C
375 00
158 00
24 0C
52 5C
350 0C
1,080 00
157 85
60 OC
25 0C
19 6C
10 BC
2,721 CO
54 42
34 55
5 0C
17 32
63 0C
300 0C
50 0C
300 0C
16 BC
11 70
40 OC
69 IC
48 75
1,380 00
70 50
10 00
93 7C
1 50
12,588 85
37,317 64 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
Ill
Smith & Bryson	
M Dumond	
Ashcroft Trading Co ....
CPR 	
W Higginbottom	
W Shaw	
F W Foster	
J Oliver   	
Pay list   	
J D Quail	
F Pennock	
F Stork    	
HBently & Co	
A McLeod	
Crow's Nest Trading Co .
R J Swanson	
London, Liverp'ICloth Co
G McFarland	
Nelson Transfer Co	
D McArthur & Co	
T Seward	
D C McGillivray	
R E Croynton 	
W Hall	
C Inkman	
W M Ross	
E R Fisher	
Lequime & Powers ..
Spencer Benerman ...
E A Hain    .
W H Webb	
D H Campbell	
V D Curry 	
R H Lee	
J Vair	
J Mackinnon	
Van Anda Cop & Gold Co
D Hicks	
A Vernon	
Weiler Bros 	
N McLeod	
W H Kenny	
Noves & Jennings..   ..
WHT Olive	
Godfrey Hardware Co.
A Jovce 	
B C Mills Tim & Trad Co
Weiler Bros	
do 	
do 	
The Hunter Co	
Weiler Bros	
D D Ferguson	
J W Dieppiesse	
Alex Shaw	
Weiler Bros ,
Russell Hardware Co	
T M Gulley & Co	
W L Berg	
Palace Livery Stables ...
Oliver & Bunting	
Reillv & Busch	
Red Star Storage & T Co
Rossl'd Engineering Wks
J F Pease Furnace Co...
Weiler Bros	
J Cook 	
T Merriman	
WE Fales	
J C McFarlane	
D Callaghan	
B Eagle	
Weiler Bros	
Brouakt forward..
XII.-PUBLIC y?OKK8.-Continued.
repairs, etc., 851.60, Ashcroft
Ashcroft	
Delta
Fernie
Nelson
Lytton     	
Harrison Hot Springs
Strawberry Vale .
Midway	
Campbell Creek.
Works and Buildings.-Continued.
Vote No. 111.—Public Schools throughout the Province (constrtic-
Hon and repairs).—Continued.
Iron window bars.
Stove and stove-pipe,
Desks, freight and drayage on same,
Freight charges, box of blinds,
Balance of contract for building, $500; fitting up desks,
Hauling and cleaning desks,
Lumber, nails, etc.,
Grant towards painting,
Labour clearing grounds,
Balance contract building, $1,355; extras, $114.26,
Hauling desks,
Stoves and stove piping,
Chairs and shovel,
Inspecting construction,
Blinds, etc.,
Repairs blackboard,
Table,
Putting together and placing seats,
Cartage on seats,
Desks and shades,
Hauling and placing desks,
Clearing grounds,
Labour       <■
do     dynamite and detonators,
Powder and fuse,
Lumber, nails, labour,
Building flue,
Lumber for fence,,
Labour on fence,
Desk and freight,
Contract, repairs building,
Balance of contract for building,
Labour clearing grounds,
Survey ground for school,
Stoves and fittings,
Construction of building, per contract,
Blinds, stove, stove pipes, screws, etc.,
Repairing seats, etc,,
Haulage, wharfage and storage on desks, stoves, etc.,
Desks,
Stove,
Desks, seats, etc.,
Desks, stools, and tables,
Labour, material, etc.,
Repairing stove, etc.,
Clearing, grading, and fencing,
Lumber,
Desks,
do
do
Stove, stovepipe, bell, etc.,
Desks,
Stove, seats, table, etc.,
Construction of building, per contract,
Blinds, desks, seats, and fitting up,
Desks,
Stoves and fittings,
Chairs, tables, and shades,
Setting up desks,
Hauling desks,
Balance of contract for building, $250; extras, $175.50,
Plumber work,
Freight charges on grate bars for furnace, etc ,
Iron and steel plates,
Grates,
Desks, etc.,
Repairs, per contract,
Lime, sand, teaming, and labour,
School desks,
Construction of building, per contract,
Fitting up seats,
Carpenter,
Window shades,
Van Anda.
Atlin
East Vancouver
Cowichan
Matsqui   .
Silverton .
Cascade City	
Extension Mines.
Rossland ..
Lulu        	
West Burnaby   .
Mud Bay .......
Port Hammond.
Williams Lake..
Brandon-SIocan
Carried forward,
12,588 85
12 80
24 00
37 20
2 21
551 60
5 25
33 79
15 25
106 25
1,469 26
1 50
98 60
15 00
50 00
115 55
35 17
48 45
21 50
2 00
115 65
12
27 00
4 00
20 00
9 50
24 35
18 25
42 67
15 00
160 00
99 00
350 00
23 50
15 00
21 95
1,300 00
35 10
12 00
47 10
■72 00
15 00
35 00
60 00
108 50
11 35
275 00
89 90
16 80
12 60
72 30
33 00
70 30
41 00
980 00
56 80
47 10
50 30
137 00
30 00
3 00
425 50
93 05
20 72
3 00
34 00
457 50
125 00
100 00
10 00
1,013 25
7 00
12 00
49 00
22,154 07 112
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$   cts.
J B Snider	
O N Hamerton .
W Jefferson
J B Henderson .
T Watson	
C F Clark	
W P McCormack
G H Miner	
Reid & Co	
M Dumond	
G Horel	
C P Ry	
Pay list	
A C Hamilton	
F Corbin	
C Baines	
J Henderson	
G B McDermot	
Columbia River Lum Co
Kimpton & Pitts	
H G Parsons	
R Drake	
Dept of Pub Wks, D of C
W A Walkley	
F M Rattenbury	
Pay list	
C MeCorlie	
G C Hinton & Co	
Taylor Mill Co	
Raymond & Sons	
J A Sayward	
R Porter & Sons	
WH Bailey	
W Steele 	
Alex Moir	
P Hansen	
WASheret	
J Porter	
G Stelly   	
A&W Wilson	
Y H Yeo	
W J Henderson  	
Nicholles & Renouf	
Pay lists	
R N Campbell ...
J Reid	
F Rogers ...	
H Carson   	
T Marion	
J Seymor.  ..
Hudson's Bay Co
A Barlow	
M McNaughton ..
W A Johnston...
Brought forward. ..
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS -Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No. 111.—Public Schools throughout the Province (construction and repairs).—Concluded.
Desks,
Lumber, labour, wall paper, etc.,
Floor, doors, lock, and painting,
Desk, chair, blinds, and putting desks together,
Clearing grounds,
Digging well,
Clearing and grading,
Stove, stovepipe, and zinc,
Blinds,
Stove,
Building veranda,
Brandon-SIocan
Spuzzum	
North Arm ....
Grand Forks...
Chase River ..
Jubilee    	
Cranbrook	
Lillooet   ...
Burgoyne Bay.
No Vote.—Moving Court House, Donald to Golden,
Freight charges on furniture and lumber ,
Labourers and carpenters	
Labour 	
do
Moving furniture and lumber	
Lumber and superintend'g removal and erection of Court House, hire of plant, etc
Iron, locks, hinges, building paper, nails, etc	
Lumber	
Wire, nails and rope	
Paper, furnace, registers, hot air pipes, bricks, nails	
No Vote.—Court House, Victoria (alterations and repairs).
On account of contract for alterations	
Rent of rooms, old Post Office building for Court purposes  5£ months @ $80
Clerk of Works  salary 4£       ,t 120
Architect's commission	
Labourers	
Labour at Sheriff's Office  lj days @ $2
On account of contract for electric wiring	
Lumber	
Lime, plaster of paris, hair, etc	
Laths	
Tallow	
Moving Court furniture to temporary quarters 7 days @ $2
Labour 9       n       2
do        9       ,,       2
Removing rubbish	
On account heating    	
Hauling lumber   	
Hauling sand   	
Repairs to roof, and fitting up stoves in Judge's room	
Express charges on lumber	
Measuring plasterer's work  ...	
Hardware	
No Vote.—Protection Works, Quesnel River.
Labourers	
Salary as foreman, 4^ months @ $150; horse hire,
Lumber, spikes, tools, ropes, blocks, etc   	
Bolts, shoeing horses, chains, etc	
Bob sleigh, oats and hay    	
Rope and oats	
Sharpening tools, etc 	
Oats, rope, tools, harness leather, etc	
Hire of waggon	
Oats	
Hay, wire, and sleigh hire	
Carried forward..
22,154 07
72 75
100 00
55 00
- 48 20
13 00
10 00
29 00
30 48
22 40
20 00
15 00
151
37
1,312
74
72
75
17 50
34
no
510 77
62
37
385
6i.
2
4f
275
05
12,541 62
400 00
540 00
221 36
915 50
3 00
1,200 00
85 71
319 00
7 90
2 00
14 00
18 00
18 00
3 25
3,000 00
4 00
62 00
66 45
75
15 00
59 50
2,746 49
695 00
106 61
85 25
74 68
56 50
90 75
123 19
26 50
5 16
109 38
2,824 72 64 Yict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
113
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$   cts.
J Lawn	
J E Thomas   	
J J Honeyman
Johnson & Burnett
Nelson Saw Mill Co .
Ewart & Currie	
John Jardine ....
A & W Wilson ...
J Wates	
G C Hinton & Co
J P Burgess	
Weiler Bros	
D Spencer	
J A Skinner & Co	
B C Steam Dye Works
M W Waitt & Co	
A & W Wilson	
G C Hinton & Co	
E Wagg	
H Young & Co 	
Hudson's Bay Co .
Victoria Transfer Co ..
Dominion Express Co.
Challoner & Mitchell..
Ellen Marsh	
B C Furniture Co	
J P Burgess	
Kingham & Co	
Fell & Co   	
Victoria Gas Co    	
B C Electric Light Co ..
Salvation Army Wood Y.
Hinton Electric Co 	
Victoria Water Works...
B C Pottery Co.
P Hansen	
D F McCrimmon
C H Bowes	
J Barnes	
Brought forward...
XII. PUBLIC \Y0RK8.~Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Concluded.
No Vote.—Court House, Rossland.
On account of contract for building...
Clerk of works	
On account of architect's commission .
Vault doors	
; days @ $2.50; 112 days @ $5.25
No Vole.—Registry Office, Nelson.
Completion of contract for construction of building. $6,957.95; extras, $106.43
Architect's commission on $10,581.95 @ 2£ %, $264.54; on $106.43 @ 5 %, $5.32; blue
prints, $12	
Government tHouse.
Vote No. 112.—Repairs to Building.
Kalsomining walls at new residence	
Connecting baths, basin, and. sink with safety drain outside, etc
Repairing locks and keys	
Repairing broken wire and re-charging battery '.	
Building cowshed and sundry repairs	
Vote No. 113.—Furniture.
Mattresses, carpets, bureaus, curtains, bedsteads, desk, chiffonier, etc	
Tablecloths, linen, quilts, sheeting, towels, blankets, etc	
Crockeryware, cutlery, etc	
Dj eing and cleaning curtains	
Re-polishing and tuning piano, etc .	
Cooking ranges, boiler and stand, material and labour	
Charging- batteries and repairs	
Express hire moving furniture after fire	
Curtains, tabling, muslin, towels, sheeting, etc	
Blankets, damask, napkins, etc	
Moving furniture into new quarters 	
Express charges on crockery, etc	
Re-silvering silver saved from fire	
Sewing and hemming linen, bedding, towels, etc  27 days
Curtain poles, blinds, table, chair, mattress, etc	
Removing furniture from fire    . ...
?$1
Vote No. 114.--Fuel and light.
Coal oil and candles
Electric light	
Wood	
Installing electric light at entrance .
Vote No. 115.—Water.
Water supply.
Vote No. 116.—Improving Grounds.
Flower pots	
Repairs to drains   	
Flag-poles	
Material for manuring grounds, old Government House	
Hauling manure, n 	
Carried forward
10,123 53
808 00
150 00
630 00
7,064 38
281 86
68 20
133 70
3 50
1 50
296 51
1,781 13
177 25
512 09
23 50
18 00
260 16
2 25
10 00
141 86
95 95
19 75
1 65
150 00
27 00
66 15
14 40
302 15
46 70
329 40
13 60
4 75
6 00
8 50
30 50
76 00
i 75
5 25
124 00
S.977 55
11,711 53
7,346 24
502 41
702 60 114
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$     cts.
Victoria Transfer Co
J Richards	
R E Knowles	
WJohns	
R H Johnson ...  .
J P Burgess	
Nicholles & Renouf
R Brown .
Est Green, Worlock & Co
Douglas estate	
Times Printing- & Pub Co
W Bryce	
J West	
P Hansen	
E B Marvin & Co	
WNeal	
J Sprott	
A Stevenson..
A McDonald..
J D Moore ...
R N Campbell
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Pay lists	
Nicholles & Renouf
J A Sayward	
J C Sparrow	
J M Walker    	
H Rogers	
G Furness	
E Rosman	
H Stevens 	
J Norton	
E Lee	
J Nightingale 	
A Wilson	
G Arnold	
E Trage	
L King	
M J Norton	
E Johnson	
R Carstairs	
E Sparrow...   	
L Sparrow	
H Rogers	
Brought forward..
XII.—PUBLIC WOKKS — Continued.
(Jovernment House.—Concluded.
Vote 116.—Improving Grounds.—Concluded.
Manure 	
do      	
do      	
Hauling manure. ...
Grass seed and plants
Vote No. 117.—Fencing.
Material and labour, building fence
Nails for repairs	
Vote No. 118.—Gardener.
Gardener 12 months @ $50
Vote No. 119.—Miscellaneous.
Rent of "Gyppswyk," temporary residence for Lieut.-Governor, 12 months® $50
Rent of Section 75, Fairfield Estate, 12 months    	
1 copy of "Times," to 30th June, 1900	
1      ii       " Daily Colonist," n	
Scavenging	
do 	
Union Jack    	
Cleaning chimneys and range pipes	
;Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.
Vote No.  120.—Road Superintendents.
Superintendent, New Westminster District, 8 months, 18 days @ 883.33 per month
do Yale District 6 months @ 8150; 3 months @ § 75
do Lillooet District     5 n 150
do Slocan Riding, allowance for horse hire, $10; 4 n 120
do Cariboo   8 n 21 d. 150
do n       allowance for horse hire  6fl n 10
Vote No. 121.—North Victoria Bistrict.
Foremen and labourers on sundry roads	
Tools, nails, wheelbarrows, bar iron, spikes, etc .
Lumber	
Foreman	
do       	
Labour, with team	
do i, 	
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do ii 	
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9 days @ $1.75;
31£ days (
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4
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5
6
4
4
1.76
1.76
1.75
1.75
1.75
1.75
1.75
1.75
4.87
Carried forward.
124 00
8
00
15
00
4
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26
50
3
70
106 40
4 40
600
00
48
50
14
50
10
40
15
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9
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10 00
12
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711 11
1,125 00
760 00
490 00
1.303 53
67 66
2,099 11
232 97
209 35
78 75
25 00
4 00
38 00
7 50
92 50
38 75
42 60
20 00
28 00
19 2B
19 26
19 25
17 50
21 00
19 26
20 12
20 12
20 62
3,092 79
109 80
6,261 45
4,447 30
4,447 ; 64 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
115
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
G Gardner	
G Dukes 	
W J Dukes	
C Croft 	
H Woods	
W W Gynne   	
G Silverston	
C Bittancourt 	
T D Mansell	
F Kelly	
W Whims	
J Nightingale	
C Whims	
H Kelly	
C Gardner	
J W Bennett
J J Walsh	
II Beale	
W Beale	
H Ouillette	
J Groth	
H Georgeson	
J H Rudd	
F Sturdy	
J Cook	
G Rudd	
A Cayzer 	
RGrubb	
R Wright	
H Mackiin	
G Williams .  	
A Gwyne	
W Stevens ..   	
K Wilson     	
E Harrison	
W Beale	
J Georgeson	
F A Murcheson	
R Wright 	
F Raynes  	
J Douglass	
R A R Purdy	
W Veitch	
W T Collinson	
J Lawson  	
W Cotsford..-:	
T Leo	
A Wilson	
E Walter	
R C Colston	
Hamilton Powder Co
W T Collinson	
Alex Wilson	
S B Colston	
E Hooson	
E J Bittancourt	
Pay lists	
Nicholles & Renouf	
P McQuade & Son	
The Hickman T Hdw Co.
J A Sayward	
Taylor Mill Co	
Shawnigan Lake Lum Co
B C Pottery Co	
Victoria & Sidney Ry —
Brought forward.
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS-Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and "Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 121.—North Victoria Bistrict.—Concluded.
Labour
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Sharpening tools	
Repairs	
Hire of tent    	
Freight charges on pile-driver to sundry places	
Labour, 6*_ ds. @ $1.75; hire of team, 5J days @ $2.25; labour, team.
do        2       „ 1.75; i,
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Hire of team    	
Powder, fuse and detonators	
Tools, nails, freight charges, etc	
Sharpening tools.	
Tools and freight charges	
Drills and sharpening tools 	
Shovels	
Vote No. 122.—South Victoria Bistrict.
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Foremen and labourers on district roads .
Tools, nails, powder, caps, etc   	
Paint, brushes, cement, etc	
Bolts, nails, sheet lead, spikes, etc	
Lumber	
do     	
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Sewer pipe   	
Freight charges on lumber	
Carried forward.
3,092 79
4,447 30
14 00
12 25
12 25
14 90
3 50
22 75
6 15
21 90
7 00
16 20
32 00
83 25
51 26
10 15
11 37
5 00
15 75
18 35
18 85
18 35
14 85
16 60
15 75
5 65
4 36
7 00
6 25
3 50
18 36
11 30
5 25
11 40
14 00
6 25
5 25
■ 5 25
4 40
1 75
5 20
31 50
49 00
3 50
3 25
5 50
2 00
30 00
33 74
13 50
12 00
4 00
9 00
8 35
6 25
5 37
3 50
2 00
3,868 22
2,866 92
183 88
24 36
54 20
707 70
62 33
36 45
11 4 4
17 05
3,964 32
8,315 52 116
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
M Tranter	
W Rowland	
R Graham	
W Heal	
W Steinberger..
W Williams	
H Goyette	
J Bull	
J Myoock	
F Marcotte ..  .
J Brooks 	
F Spotts	
SLee	
J D Warren	
J Brice	
T H Trowsdale..
W Butler	
RW Sluggett...
T Tunstead	
J H Crook 	
S Merriman	
J Erskine	
A Munro	
G A Knight	
C Knight   	
S Pollock	
H King	
W deRousie ....
J S Shopland ...
J H Young .
L Hagan 	
G Bridges	
G A Gibson ....
VV Churchill ....
WHulbert	
M Young 	
W A Pitzer	
T Handy	
W Handy	
S W Cutler	
TO Smith	
W Richardson ..
J Dewar 	
H Tanner	
F Tanner.
W Richmond ..
W Bishop	
J Nobbs 	
W Somers	
Thistle & Wilson
J Smith	
G Vantreight . .
G A Janes	
J G McRay ....
J Black 	
WHeal 	
J Turner	
W Hutchison .   .
J Trickey	
Alex Wylie	
W J Jones.....
R Freeland	
J Houlihan	
C Alexander....
J R Carmichael
R Pinkerton ...
A Hedley	
T T Dugal	
A Rey    ...
J Pinkerton
Hy Young	
A Gale	
L Sea     	
C Heal	
Brought forward.,
XII.-PUBLIC V/ORKS.-Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 122.—South Victoria Bistrict—Continued.
Drain tiles 	
Labour  gravel, $3.90; with team,    24 day
15 davs
gravel $51	
foreman     5 days @ $3
2 days @ $2
2 days @ $2; with team.
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do      	
do       3 days @ $2
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do     foreman   9£
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3,964 32
8,315 52
2 50
16 40
57 60
40 00
71 20
60 00
56 00
33 25
27 50
60 00
60 00
30 00
42 50
52 50
35 00
65 00
42 50
50 50
33 00
34 50
60 00
93 50
40 00
45 75
12 00
60 00
60 00
26 00
7 50
29 00
25 00
6 00
16 00
19 50
16 00
30 00
81 50
14 00
8 00
28 00
40 00
61 00
23 00
23 00
23 00
5 00
29 50
30 50
28 50
35 00
30 50
78 25
20 00
34 00
35 00
25 00
2 60
10 00
8 00
10 00
14 00
20 00
60 00
24 75
23 00
27 00
16 00
26 50
4 00
8 00
30 00
10 00
79 30
52 75
6,438 97
8,315 52 64 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
117
A Spotts 	
W Williams	
H Roach	
A Reynard	
J Walker	
W Greig	
T W Selwood ..
J W Sluggett...
GWatt  	
WRcckett	
J H Dewar .   ...
W Holmes ....
J Todd   	
W Munro  	
Evans & Hobbs .
G Cuthbert	
W Rowland	
T H Trowsdale..
J Turner	
S Jones 	
C Monk	
W Barker	
H Bellamy 	
M Hetherington
W Johnson 	
J Smethurst....
A S Belyea	
S McCullough ..
R Readland	
J Smith   	
Alex Whilley ...
J Trickey	
J Young	
J Durance	
C Little	
W Duval	
T Heal	
H Roach	
J Walker	
R Pemberton ...
J R Carmichael
F J Sluggett....
J Grey	
T Munro	
Alex Hedley	
W W Webb   ....
A Leech	
R Hetherington
G Simpson	
H Simpsou	
J Turner	
J W Martindale
L Young	
H Bellamj' 	
J Jennings	
W Russell	
W Barker	
F Burton	
W Richmond .  .
A Wylie	
G Osborn  	
W Heal 	
A Reynard	
H Young	
T Munro	
R S Cavin	
T S Francis
C'Heal	
JRey	
DMcKaskill   ...
W Touet	
P Touet   	
B Mooring ....
Brought forward.
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS.-Continued,
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.- Continued.
Vote No. 122.—South Victoria District.—Continued.
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Sharpening tools
.4 days @ $2; with team,
.     4 days @ $2; with team,
. with cart, 4 days @ $3.50 n
34 days @ $3
with team,
1 day @ $2; horse & cart,
1       n      2;     with team,
spikes, $1	
spikes, 50 cents  21       n       2
  4 days @ $2;   3 u       3
71 day
1
4
16
15
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10
12
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Carried forward.
6,438 :
15 50
2 00
20 00
32 00
30 00
32 00
20 00
150 00
49 50
306 46
40 00
60 00
60 00
5 00
46 25
11 00
97 50
19 00
23 76
37 50
55 00
10 00
15 50
6 00
16 50
50 00
4 00
14 50
14 60
2 00
9 00
14 50
30 50
22 50
8 75
5 00
25 00
10 00
4 00
32 00
21 00
20 60
2 00
37 75
20 00
12 00
3 00
3 00
17 50
41 76
3 00
3 00
11 00
2 00
12 00
4 00
12 50
6 00
6 00
4 00
5 00
7 00
2 00
7 00
7 50
37 00
6 00
5 50
8 00
23 00
8 00
8 00
6 20
$,315 52
1,315 52 118
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
§   Cts.
$   cts.
8,216 88
25 70
35 80
15 35
12 00
22 47
4 50
4 20
9 40
15 00
31 95
37 80
25 00
5,888 56
120 00
63 00
112 00
4 00
19 00
5 00
10 00
2 00
6 50
6 50
14 00
7 00
7 00
4 00
5 00
2 50
5 00
2 00
21 no
5 00
8 00
13 00
6 00
5 00
12 00
11 00
16 50
13 50
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 50
2 50
100 00
122 43
15 00
62 50
18 00
16 00
13 00
13 00
11  50
10 00
10 00
23 00
21 66
20 00
2 00
2 00
20 50
10 00
4 00
21 0(
32 00
6,942 65
8,316 52
XII.-PUBLIC -WOnKS-Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 122—South Victoria Bistrict.—Concluded.
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A H Peatt   	
G Webb	
Vote No. 123.—Esquimalt Bistrict.
8,456 05
Bal. due for trail bet. Jordan Meadows Trail and Koksilah Rd., $100; 0         i
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G Weeks	
H Clark	
A Davidson.   .   	
P Clarke	
H King	
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do                      24       i
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T Robinson	
W Welsh	
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G Woodruff 	
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F Fletcher	
H Pike	
C Pike	
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do                    Goldstream Road to Forks of Leech River, per ag
Foreman, 30 days @ $3; 4 days @ $2.50; 61 days to) $2; hire of team, Inn
J S Muir	
@$2
2
2
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2
2
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J Witty   	
do       114
W D McDonald	
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do                  10         ,
do 101      i
do       5
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do       104
C Elliott 	
do      16
16,771 57 64 Vict.        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
119
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$  cts.
R Maltby	
W D McDonald	
C Leavock	
J Grierson	
J Porrier	
A Ross	
E Hunter	
J Walker	
JS Yates	
J Knox  	
J Armour	
A Clark	
TDuke	
W Phillips	
D Robertson	
H Price 	
A T Peatt	
G Bezantson	
G Throup 	
ECuttler	
Victoria Transfer Co ...
T H Trahey	
B C Pottery Co	
Nicholles & Renouf ....
W S Fraser & Co	
E Milne	
H Fisher	
J A Sayward	
WRockett	
Hickman Tye Hdwe Co.
F Jeune & Bro.	
G Hargreaves, PLS ...
E Minnie	
B C Electric Railway Co
J Foster	
T Young	
Hamilton Powder Co,..
J R Williams	
R Muir	
J E Day	
J Robertson	
W G H Ellison	
E M Brayshaw	
W Charteris ....'	
J Throupe	
J J Fisher	
Pay lists	
W Thomson	
P Frumento	
Hickman Tye Hdwe Co..
Shawnigan Lake Lum Co
J Nelson 	
WSSmith	
A W Rogers	
G T Corfield	
C Campbell	
M R Smith	
E H Forrest	
J Nightingale	
G Bartlett	
WSSmith	
R M Colvin	
W Ford	
J Mearns	
J J Sheppard	
A Nightingale	
C Thomas     	
T Chapman	
Brought forward.
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS.-Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 123.—Esquimau Bistrict.—Concluded.
Labour 13 days
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2
7ih2
with team, etc..
with horse and cart, 14 days @ $3.50; with waggon & team, 11
with team  91
per agreement,
with team	
.7 days @$5;
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2
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2
2
2.5<
5
5
5
2
2.5U
horse hire, $>2; meals, $53  5
with team      2
Construction of Sooke Wharf, per contract	
Sewer pipe	
Spikes, nails, powder, etc    	
Tools, iron, dynamite, etc	
Freight charges on tools, ¥3.60; labour on roads, Sooke River, $108; spikes, nails
and shingles, $38.42	
Freight charges on powder   	
Lumber and freight on lumber         	
Hire of tools, 10 days @ §5; express charges, §62.25	
Nails	
Tenia 	
Inspecting and reporting on road to Belmont	
Bridge lumber	
Arc lamps at Esquimalt	
Hire of team and labour      £ day @ $5
Hauling stone and gravel      lj       n       4
Powder, dynamite, fuse, and detonators	
Hauling tools    	
Hire of chains for rafting purposes	
Repairing sidewalk at Esquimalt	
Bolts and washers	
Stumping powder	
Sharpening tools	
do 	
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Vote No.  124,—Cotvichan District.
Foreman and labourers on district roads	
Tools, iron fastenings, bolts, etc	
Tools, etc	
Nails, spikes, etc    	
Lumber	
Hire of horse and cart       \
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and waggon .
. horse and cart, \ day @ $4;
Hire of horse and cart; tools, $4.50.
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6,942 65
26 00
11 00
21 66
50 00
20 75
1 00
12 00
18 50
104 00
46 25
12 50
3 75
43 00
59 00
2 50
13 75
10 00
17 50
1 25
67 50
10 00
1,900 00
137 17
69 79
227 63
150 02
2 00
300 72
112 25
3 10
34 00
15 00
24 75
91 48
2 50
5 00
68 50
2 75
10 00
10 00
20 42
2 75
4 50
4 40
50
3 50
2,224 87
56 48
9 20
8 75
69 05
3 00
10 00
18 00
60 50
52 60
20 00
40 00
12 50
2 50
32 00
10 00
22 50
16 50
21 00
18 00
12 00
20 00
2,739 35 27,468
16,771 57
10,697 29 120
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$ cts.
J Dougan	
AS Hollings	
E W Barry	
J D Cameron	
A W Rogers, Jr	
J Nelson	
.1 Rowe	
C Ryan	
J Spears	
R Mearns	
G W Leakey	
R Manley	
J Hawkins	
M R Smith	
C Campbell	
G Lewis	
WH Vaux	
J C McKay	
H Keast 	
J Weismiller	
E Miller   	
HS Hollings	
J A Hoy	
R Benallack	
P Auchinachie	
F Lloyd	
W P Jaynes 	
W Rockett	
J Robertson	
J Brethour	
R Grassie	
W Milletts	
S Shore	
Koksilah Quarry Co..
Cowichan Lumber Co
J A Sayward	
Pay lists	
A E Waterhouse	
Alberni Trading Co ..
J G Halpenny
Halpenny & Plant ...
H W Halpenny   	
HSLaw	
CLSely	
J Thompson ........
G A Smith, PLS....
Nicholles & Renouf ..
H O Bergh	
E Coleman	
G H Bird 	
G A Huff	
T Kirkpatrick	
W Leeson	
R B Reeve	
E Woodward	
F Muller	
J Drinkwater	
W Thompson	
J Dickson	
J Burke   	
T Grieve	
B Tubman	
W Nicholson	
J A Biddle	
F Cowley  	
J J Burke	
E Moore 	
Gerrard & Richardson
J Hills	
Brought forward.,
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS-Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 124.—Cowichan Bistrict.—Concluded.
Hire of horse and cart
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Hire of team and waggon
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Labour	
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Lumber	
Rope..   	
Labour, hire of winch, drayage, etc	
Iron fastenings	
Construction of trail from Cowichan and Alberni Trail towards Nitinat Ri*
Sharpening tools, etc., drift bolts, chains, etc	
Fence rails	
Mattock, handle, and nails	
Rubble sandstone	
Lumber	
do     	
Vote No. 123.—Alberni Bistrict.
Foreman and labourers on district roads
Tools, powder, etc	
do 	
Lumber, hauling lumber, etc	
Lumber	
do
Dynamite, fuse, spikes, etc 	
Tools, powder, nails	
Tools and rope 	
Surveying bridge sites, inspecting trails, hire of launch, etc
Tools
Axe, spikes, nails	
Crowbar and sharpening tools .
Lumber.
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Fares, 2 men, Alberni to Granite Creek and return	
Sharpening tools 	
Labour, hire of team and waggon 311 aays
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Carried forward.
2,739 35
12 00
17 00
12 00
12 00
4 00
2 00
16 00
10 00
2 00
4 00
5 00
14 00
17 50
30 00
27 50
38 75
67 50
27 00
6 25
32 00
1 00
13 50
2 00
2 00
4 50
81 82
6 25
99 05
23 70
60 00
13 75
14 47
6 00
46 50
33 00
20 00
4,301 61
44 40
66 55
66 70
27 11
31 09
15 46
46 24
4 65
90 00
6 45
7 90
5 84
4 60
4 00
3 00
93 75
21 00
22 50
4 60
23 25
28 50
6 00
3 00
3 00
15 00
2 25
5 B0
9 00
3 00
18 00
45 00
2 00
27,468 86
3,523 39
5,019 74 30,992 25 64 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
121
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
S  cts.
A Norris...
R Clarke ..
A W Heath
Pay lists 	
Hamilton Powder Co..
J Craig    	
Randle Bros	
M W Waitt&Co......
A Haslam	
Andrews & Donaldson.
WH Morton	
J L McKay	
T N Hibben & Co	
Annie Hirst	
J H Cocking	
Thompson & Scoville..
J Lowry	
J A McCarter  	
SS "Thistle"	
J Hoskins	
Pay lists...  	
Randle Bros	
W H Morton	
J H Cocking	
L Manson	
Andrews & Donaldson..
J D Mehan	
V Maki	
A Haslam	
J Thompson   	
SS "City of Nanaimo".
W Cotsford 	
J McConville	
J Degnen	
FWMcCrady	
Van Anda Copper Co...
W Chappel	
J Thomas	
J Doole	
J Jackman	
D Wallace	
R Marshall	
R Peterson	
J Guenlette	
W Rockett	
Pay lists	
A Haslam	
Andrews & Donaldson
Randle Bros	
Pay lists	
J McPhee & Son
Urquhart Bros..
C J Moore	
G Howe	
Brought forward..
XII.-PUBLIC WOKKS.-Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 125.—Alberni District.—Concluded.
Labour     | day @ $2
Hire of waggon	
Carpenter       lj       n       3
Vote No. 126.—North Nanaimo District,
Foreman and labourers on district roads	
Powder	
Nails	
Shovels and nails	
Bicycle wheel, with pump, etc	
Lumber and freight	
Bolts, washers, etc	
Auger, spikes, rod iron	
Shovels	
Excelsior band chain for Government Agent..
Meals and horse feed	
Buggv hire, Government Agent	
do 	
Sharpening tools, bolts, etc	
Express charges on pow^der, fuse, etc	
Freight on pile driver and tools	
Labour, 3 days @ $2	
Vote No. 127.—South Nanaimo District.
Foreman and labourers on district roads .
Tools, wheel barrow, powder, nails	
Powder, dynamite, spikes	
Buggy hire, Government Agent	
Coal oil.
Sharpening tools.
do
do
Lumber	
Nails	
Freight charges on piledriver .
do
Fuse and detonators	
Piles and stringers	
Tools, powder, fuse	
Tools	
Boat hire       	
Labour on district roads     1£ days @ $2
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Vote No. 128.—Nanaimo City ^District (not in municipal limits).
Foreman and labourers on district roads	
Lumber	
Sharpening tools	
Powder, fuse, etc	
Vote No. 129.—Comox District.
Foreman and labourers on district roads	
Tools, etc	
Lumber	
Fuse -	
Powder and caps, towing piledriver, etc    	
Carried forward	
1 00
2 25
3 75
3,669 37
81 00
80
18 10
12 00
118 50
17 82
23 50
6 00
7 50
1 50
5 00
6 00
6 42
8 00
7 50
6 CO
6,608 00
131 05
118 15
20 00
1 65
31 55
5 55
3 80
109 02
50
3 60
5 00
5 00
66 00
97 00
9 50
2 00
3 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
25 00
5 00
2 00
21 40
969 50
13 41
4,777 69
90 24
170 39
2 00
66 50
5,106 82
30,992 26
5,026 74
3,894 01
7,279 77 122
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
HA Bull	
The Gold Fields of B C
Union Collieries   	
J W McKenzie	
G F Drabble, PLS....
TDunn & Co	
T Ford	
Armstrong & Morrison ,
F Sutton	
G Sutton	
T H Piercy	
G Leighton	
R Grant & Co  	
W B T Grant	
A Sutton	
R Swan	
J Doney  	
T Chalmers	
J Coburn	
J Ford	
W Ford	
R E Scott 	
T W Piercy	
J Scott	
W J Kelnan	
C E Newcombe	
T Hudson	
Thulin Bros	
E W Wylie	
Pidcock Bros & Co	
S J Cliffe	
J B Holmes	
Pay lists	
Braekman & Ker Mill Co
B C Electric Ry   	
Cunningham Hardw'e Co
Arancouver Hardware Co.
G Cunningham	
T Dunn & Co	
Champion & White .   ...
R F Anderson & Co ....;
W Callaghan	
J Bonson 	
J McGregor	
G Ellis	
J Clark	
J Blaney 	
A McDonald 	
W Elliott	
D McCrimmon	
W Swanson 	
M Ross	
S Hicks 	
R F Bonson 	
L F Bonson	
W Fadden	
J Laity	
W Hampton	
J McKenzie	
G McCauley	
S Huff	
G Rice	
J Cook	
S Huff	
D Callaghan	
R Blake	
H W Benson 	
T S Higginson	
R Sharp	
Brought forward...
XII.-PUBLIC VfOKKS.-Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.- Continued.
Vote No. 129.—Comox Bistrict.—Concluded.
Contribution towards erecting shed on w-harf, Herat Bay, $25; lumber, $25	
Repairs     .
Hire of piledriver, 2 days @ $10; labour, 2 men, 2 days @ $2.50	
Bolts, augers, etc	
Surveying road, Comox	
Steel wire, manilla rope, etc 	
Labour, 36 days @ $2; gravel, $16	
Boom chains, links, etc 	
Commission for supervising work, Hornby Isalnd, $10; gravel, $29.^0; labour, $3
do ii $10; labour, per contract, $56, Hornby Island.
do ii 	
Bolt, chains, etc	
Lumber	
Contracts, roads, Hornby Island, etc	
Labour, it n 	
do ii     Denman Island	
do ii ii	
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Lumber .   .
Screw bolts and iron	
Lumber, spikes, etc	
Powder and fuse  	
Freight charges on wire rope
Ropes, nails, file, etc	
bolts and spikes, $1.50
19
. 34
■ 71
Read Island     14 days @ $2
Vote No. 130. — Westminster Bistrict.
Foreman and labourers on district roads ...	
Hay, oats, bran and chop feed	
Books of tickets for Road Superintendent  	
Hardware	
do       	
Sharpening tools, repairs, etc	
Powder, fuse, caps, hardware 	
Freight charges on team, hauling powder   	
Tools, rope, nails, spikes, etc ,  	
Labour, carpenter 17 days 2 hours
do
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timekeeper .
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foreman; freight charges on tools, $4.10.
.13 days
     3
   94
 12
 33
i 7i hours @ $2; 5
 27
 17 4-5
foreman  10
„        91
 hire of waggon, $5; li days @ $2; with team
. 18 days @ $2,
114
10"
5
7
9
224
2
9
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@   2.50
2.60
2.50
2.50
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5
3
5
2.50
2.50
2.50
5
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5
2h.5
5
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4h.5
4h. 5
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8h.5
5h. 5
34 h 5
5 h. 5
Carried forward.
5,106 82
48,191 68
50 00
37 60
30 00
34 04
10 00
34 32
88 00
72 00
42 50
66 CO
20 00
35 68
11 16
42 50
34 00
107 50
25 00
55 50
38 00
7 00
16 50
31 00
85 00
46 50
55 00
28 00
76 60
7 00
65 00
1 00
1 25
3 80
6,364 27
18,805 50
266 50
25 00
75 25
63 30
18 35
167 77
27 50
84 46
44 75
32 50
7 50
23 75
30 00
82 60
62 60
8B 10
89 00
5 00
5 00
7 50
50 00
364 00
65 50
53 50
25 00
36 15
45 00
112 50
12 00
83 00
58 75
9 50
4 00
12 50
31 75
33 10
20,994 98
54,555 95 64 Vict.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
123
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$   cts.
20,994 98
29 00
B 60
22 00
22 00
36 00
22 00
48 00
48 00
48 00
39 00
23 00
12 00
12 00
32 00
18 00
40 00
39 00
44 00
21 50
11 00
40 00
17 00
56 00
50 00
47 00
16 20
36 00
39 50
43 00
54 60
4 00
58 00
42 00
38 00
13 50
2 00
14 00
47 50
7 50
10 00
38 70
36 00
23 75
8 00
10 70
36 00
50 00
3 00
20 00
60 00
31 50
3 85
33 80
20 00
100 00
362 89
16 25
2 50
1 50
2 70
6 50
15 00
759 03
3 75
19 95
6 00
10 7B
2 00
26 00
3 76
41 46
7 00
2 00
4 00
54,555 95
XII.-PUBLIC VfOUKS.-Continued.
s ca $2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
6
2
2
2
2
2
7Jh.2
2
2
Sh. 2
2
2
2
1 h. 2
2
7Jh.2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2-50
2.50
,34h.2
i   "     2
2.50
,         2   '
3ih.2
2
i         2
2
2
E Pope ."	
J Riley 	
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves—Continued.
Vote No. 130. — Westminster Bistrict.—Continued.
do  2|     i
G McRae .
do       11       ,
do 18       .
do 11       i
H Gunn 	
do  24       i
do       24       ,
do    24
do 194
do       Hi     i
do           6       i
D Gibbard	
F Ward    	
do          16
do         9       i
do           20       ,
do       194
do       22
do       10
do           64;       ,
do       20
do        8       ,
do        28
do       231
do         8       ,
H Huston    .
F J Bland	
A G Anderson	
J Kaskie	
do       18       ,
do       19
do       2H     i
do       27J     ,
do         2       i
do       29
do       21
do       19
do         6|     .
W Harriss	
do       23|     i
do         3       ,
H Ellwood 	
do        4
do       18
do          94      i
F B Straiton	
J Shaw	
do           4
RS Thornton	
do       ..18
do       25
do        1J
do      10
D McLeod 	
J Brol
J Gray [well
J M Dale	
SS "Hattie Young" ....
Wall tent     	
J Ogle
23,970 00
54,555 95 124
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$   cts.
J Mitchell	
G Porter	
G Freeman	
S Hicks	
J Robertson	
D C Patterson	
Royal City Planing Mills
M DesBrisay & Co 	
Dewdney Municipality ..
J McDonald	
A McCrimmon	
SS "Royal City"	
C B Reeves	
A S Mercer	
J F McLellan	
.1 Reid 	
Carr & Co	
M Ross	
J A Cates	
H Bushnell	
J Mercer	
J Munro	
J McLeod 	
M Gibson	
D H Mother	
D Stewart	
E Roberts	
R Hatch	
H McLauchlan	
W Hamilton 	
E Smith	
R Hatch	
L A Norton	
D Stuart 	
W Oliver	
J Thompson	
Chigstone & McDonald..
E Galbraith 	
J Storey	
J A Thompson	
J Nash	
J McLennan	
FHoy	
J McCannel 	
J Dennison	
J Miller	
Str " Telephone "	
EBMadill	
G Averson	
G Cunningham & Son...
J Teskey	
E J Newton	
H N Smith	
T JTrapp & Co	
Moodyville Lum S'w Wks
McCutcheon & Ballum ..
J Mannion	
S J Yeomans	
FS Roper	
J Sprott 	
C P Navigation Co	
BCMil, Tim & Trad Co.
J Mitchell	
Novelty Iron Works	
F Allen	
Letson & Burpee   	
E Chigstone	
T Ovens    	
Palace Livery Stables ...
Sechelt Trading Co	
J McMyn	
VV Mashiter	
McRae & Hall	
R Shortreed	
23,970 00
4 35
3 10
4 00
3 00
19 96
50 00
162 92
23 03
200 00
152 95
3 00
11 00
440 98
19 00
70 00
36 15
18 40
2 00
16 00
70 20
8 30
25 56
4 90
13 00
60 00
36 80
9 60
•9 60
130 70
34 60
73 10
20 40
15 30
15 30
495 00
31 86
11 85
60 00
7 10
63 36
39 15
9 25
5 06
7 75
3 00
18 00
25 00
18 50
30 00
10 50
4 05
6 30
3 00
211 74
23 38
10 00
64 00
5 00
33 00
472 43
17 00
139 62
6 60
10 30
47 10
15 28
4 00
45 85
12 00
50 00
348 40
16 30
16 BO
36 20
54,555 95
XII.-PUBLIC ■WORKS.-Continued.
Eoads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 130.— Westminster Bistrict.—Concluded.
Hay 	
do           	
do           	
do           	
do           	
do          	
do	
Hay 	
Special trip, Harrison Hot Springs to Port Douglas and return, re Lillooet Bridge.
Treatment and medicine for horses	
Travelling expenses as Road Superintendent	
do                  	
Keep of horse, 12 davs @ $1	
1 span horses, $300; hay, etc., $48.40	
28,163 61
82,719 56 64 Vict. Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
125
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
§   cts.
Pay lists	
A Stevenson	
J Beaton	
T Hamly	
F Bieler	
S J Scott 	
F Jackson 	
Bulman Bros	
J Petersen	
W McLeod    	
S Moore	
J Clapperton	
A R Carrington	
MP Stewart	
J B Greaves	
E O'Rourke	
F Jackson 	
T Hornby	
Corning & Dupont	
S Armour	
Cameron & Milton	
W W Shaw	
J Richards    	
McArthur & Harper..  .
F J Percival	
R E Woods	
Hudson's Bay Co	
Clemes Bros	
R D Birch	
F L Humphrey	
J C Todd 	
J Newberry	
C J Robinson	
W R McDonald	
W Fortune	
L Campbell	
J Masse	
J C Todd	
H Armstrong	
R M Woodward	
E G Prior & Co	
Harman Bros	
J Callett	
T Hunter	
A W McGuire	
D C McLaren	
J D Cameron	
W Reilly	
J Clark   	
O P Selby	
Blair & Co	
Shotton & McClughan...
F C Gamble	
T Costley	
Jones Bros	
F A Kelly	
J II Anthony	
J L Hughes 	
H Cowden....   	
Columbia River Lum Co.
A McGuire	
Canadian Pacific Ry	
H C Fraser	
R Turner    ...
Mallery's Drug Store  ...
Albion Iron Works	
J Cartey	
S B Greaves	
J St Laurent 	
W Fortune	
M Mclntyre ..  	
T Hunter 	
W McLeod 	
Brought forward.
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS —Continued,
Koads, Streets, Bridges, and "Wharves.—Continued,
Vote No. 131.—Yale District, North Riding.
Foremen and labourers on district roads	
Travelling expenses of Road Superintendent .
Horse feed, oats, hay, etc	
do 	
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
labour, 5 days @ 82; with team, 5 days @ 85 .
dynamite, fuse, etc	
and freight charges on same	
pasture for horse and labour with team.
dynamite, etc.
and stabling ..
and lumber  2 men, 3^ days @ $2
Cart horse, Kamloops Division
Hardware	
Sharpening tools, etc	
Hauling logs	
Lumber.
Compensation for land taken and damage done to property in construction of road
Harness repairs, etc	
Removing fallen timber, Enderby Road
Sharpening tools	
Horse hire 	
Spikes, shovel, etc	
Dvnamite, fuse, etc	
Steel
Guide re examination roads	
Buggy hire, various roads	
Harness snaps	
Horseshoes and repairs     	
Measuring and setting temporary mile posts on of road .
Pasture for horse	
Tent .
Lumber	
Nails, file, etc	
Freight charges on lumber	
Compensation for constructing road through his property at Salmon Arm	
do n ti 	
Embrocation .,    	
Blue prints	
Buggy hire 	
Labour, with team, \\ days @ $2  5 days @ $2
do        15|       ,,       2
do       horse and cart, 3£ days @ $6; lumber, §7.20	
do       per agreement	
do       with team, 2 days @ $4; timber, Si	
do ii 1       ii       5; and labour 86.50  3 days @ $2
Carried forward	
9,147 97
214 94
342 11
73 67
37 88
11 68
3 00
6 00
22 22
3 75
22 00
89 45
36 42
58 26
10 40
24 60
7 00
16 15
16 00
19 00
27 30
27 85
2 00
18 56
1 60
5 10
1 67
76 57
3 75
40 00
2 00
2 00
1 00
10 75
35 25
3 00
3 15
1 60
11 35
60 00
179 32
61 60
2 00
65 80
200 00
96 75
40 00
33 36
21 00
4 47
29 60
2 40
12 00
27 00
50
62 06
61 87
50
12 00
70 59
5 20
22 40
50 00
25 00
2 00
14 40
4 00
13 00
31 50
27 20
60 00
9 00
17 60
11,760 61    82,719
82,719 56 126
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
cts.
11,760 61
3 00
26 75
33 00
25 00
36 00
3 00
1 00
5 00
26 60
58 00
4 65
2 00
12 00
13 00
13 00
94 12
2 50
6 00
1 25
9 00
i 00
15 00
11 25
63 00
28 75
25 00
12 00
2 50
5 00
120 00
1 50
25 00
6 50
88 16
5 62
16 38
12 75
1 25
4 25
3 02
31 60
300 00
82,719 56
XII.-PUBLIC VfORKS.-Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves—Continued.
Vote No. 131.—Yale Bistrict. North Riding.—Concluded
W White	
do      12|     „
do      18      ii
do       H     ,.
do        2j     „
do       7i days @ $3 ; 2       „
@$2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1.60
T A Noble	
J Blair	
E Loyd	
W Bell	
W W Shaw	
E Fletcher	
J Corbett	
2
2
2.50
2
2.50
2
2.50
.50
2
2.50
2.26
2
2
2
2
R Blair	
do     hire of horse, 2 days @ $1.50  4       ,,
do     hire of team, 2 days @ $4; nails, $1.12; 12 days @ $2.50; 27f     ,,
do     A     ii
M Spratt	
J W Allen	
do            2       ii
F Willette    	
do       10 days @ $2.50; 19       „
do          3|     „       2.50; 10       „
do       10^     i,
do        6       ii
F Allen	
F T Allison	
do        2J     ii
2
10
N McPhee	
E Goettich	
G C Tunstall	
J Vair	
W W Homfray	
J H Riddell	
J Mitchell	
Vote No. 132.—Tale Bistrict, East Riding.
12,917 81
12,673 25
40 70
11 65
3 50
24 80
55 25
10 40
12 50
245 35
732 81
49 76
215 99
1 00
15 05
43 47
167 71
45 25
558 74
26 60
1 00
101 00
36 75
144 20
150 37
12 73
137 87
7 60
15,525 30
GBell & Co 	
W H Hutchison
Harvey, Bailey & Co	
C N M Co	
A H Wade             	
H Schultz	
A B Derby ...   	
W C Bate    .
C P Ry	
C McRae	
W T Shatford & Co
J McDougall & Co
do   	
95,637 37 64 Vict.       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
127
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$   cts.
R W Timmins	
J McLeod	
W McQueen	
M W Waitt& Co	
F H Latimer, C E	
L Norris	
J A Dalander	
Mcllvanie & McDonald..
Lequime & Powers.....
J W Brett	
Lequime & Lloyd Jones .
Wood, Cargill & Co	
p-airview Corporation....
Rock Creek Lumber Co.
W R Parker	
Neil & Wilson 	
R H Parkinson . .   .....
Rook Creek Trading Co .
W H Clark	
A Johnson	
G Dickson	
J Bryant 	
Lequime Bros & Co	
J Casorso	
J Campbell	
Victoria Machinery Co ..
F Richter	
Vernon Hardware Co	
E G Prior & Co	
CAR Lambly	
Good Roads Machinery Co
G Maynard	
N Thompson 	
T E Crowell 	
W McQueen, Sr	
Sawyer Bros	
J A Unsworth	
G A Guise	
JP McCuddy	
R S Hall	
G McKenzie	
Schubert & Barnes	
G Proctor   	
F Warner .  	
J Downton	
J Corsoso 	
J P McCuddy	
RG Sidley	
J Phillips	
W Owen	
D McCurdy	
T Hamilton	
J C Barnes & Co	
EB Derby	
H Derby	
WS Gowdy	
J Gastrell.'	
P Mclntyre	
Frayne& Hine	
J A Schubert	
F Orchard	
J Brown 	
J Barasso	
J R Jackson	
J Copeland	
J Gillis	
S Peters	
J ANesbitt	
A Johnson	
L Goodchap	
Brouqht forward..
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS— Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 132.—Yale Bistrict, East Riding.—Concluded.
Sharpening tools	
do 	
do 	
Bicycle, with cyclometer	
Taking levels, etc., $20; expenses, $12.10	
Freight charges on lumber, Okanagan Landing to Kelowna.
Repairing tools.	
Lumber '.	
do
do     hire of team .
do
do
do
do
powder, fuse, etc .
"Engineers'Manual"	
Moving tools, etc	
Examining routes for proposed road, Sidley to Osoyoos.
Tools, powder, caps, fuse        	
Moving tools, horse hire, etc    	
Freight charges on pile-driver and tools	
do grader	
do tools	
Tools, oil, wire, etc '	
Removing drift timber, Mill and Mission Creeks Bridge.
Boat hire.
Iron work, Okanagan Falls Bridge	
Labour and material    ...   	
Dynamite, fuse, etc     	
Ship augers and screws	
Fares, meals, horse feed, beds, etc., $65.45; telephone message, $1.37	
Repairs to machine	
Hire of barge   	
Iron work for Okanagan Falls Ferry	
Numbering bridges and culverts	
Blacksmith work	
Conveying foreman and bridge carpenters to West Fork bridge, Kettle River .
Telephone message	
Rope and oil    ..   	
Moving camp	
do	
Iron, washers, bolts, and nails  	
Hire of team, 34f days @ $5; horse hire, $2; fare, $2 	
do
Labour  4J
do       with team, 2J days @ $4; horse hire, 15
Hire of team ,     ^
Hire of team hire of waggon, S M       1   16|-
Dynamite and axe, $3.75; labour   6
Labour.     horse hire, 18 days @ $1
do    	
with team, horse hire, $1 .
12
2
6
39i
2"
..       5
   25J
and waggon       4
ii  labour, 2 days @ $2;   7
  1
i 43
  10
  8i
  53
     2
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Timber, paint, oil,
  4
  2
  2\
  l"
expenses, $7.70  4
meals, beds, horse feed, etc., .
Carried forward .
49
2
2
2
i
2
2
2
2.50
2
5
2
3
2
5
5
2
2
2.50
2
2
2
2
3
2
16,525 30
95,637 37
3 00
3 10
4 43
13 25
32 10
37 14
9 00
76 72
148 58
4 60
60 04
115 43
52 36
9 60
5 75
10 69
20 00
10 81
22 50
42 41
6 00
2 50
20 74
16 00
17 50
253 77
60 00
15 10
5 00
66 82
16 20
60 50
!2 00
30 00
7 00
21 00
3 00
10 46
8 00
1 75
46 30
177 50
2 00
9 00
40 00
1 00
74 00
15 75
30 00
24 00
5 00
12 00
198 50
4 00
15 00
51 00
20 00
39 00
5 00
215 00
20 00
16 50
106 00
5 00
8 00
4 00
5 00
2 00
19 70
198 49
	
18,197 68
113,835 05 128
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$ cts.
Pay lists 	
A Stevenson	
T Hunter	
H Hunter	
C E Thomas	
G A Goldsbrough ...
McCullough Bros ...
J Corrigan 	
J Wardle	
Harvey, Bailey & Co
J Charbrand	
Cook & Co	
R Clemes	
A Clemes	
Blair & Co	
J Clark	
Aldons & Budd	
A B Ferguson	
W Smith	
C Skakie	
Frim & Haddock	
T Vaught	
D C McLaren	
T Alvarez	
A E Rabb	
H Charters	
J Jane 	
Post Office, Lytton..
C E Robson 	
A L Buie	
Stewart & Crozier...
W Voght	
W Lyne 	
J Marquhart	
J B Leighron	
H Blackford.	
E G Prior & Co	
E M Allison	
J McDonald	
F W Foster	
J Corbett	
do       	
J H Anthony	
R M Woodward	
J Smith	
J Cleasby	
C P Ry	
A Gordon  	
Anthony & Robson..
W Riley	
E O'Rourke	
A E Howse	
A R Carrington	
J D Lauder	
E Woodward	
JC Budd	
R Williams	
J W Firth	
J Cummings	
C Maier   	
W J Waterman .
H E Richardson	
H Irvine 	
A F Mackenzie	
J Gilmore	
S J Spencer 	
F McKitrick	
P Riley	
F Ward	
J Yates	
Brought forward	
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS.-Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 133.—Yale Bistrict, West Riding.
Foremen and labourers on district roads	
Horse hire and feed, fares, freight charges, telegrams and stationery	
Lumber, repairs, etc	
Meals, beds, horse feed, etc.    	
Tools, coal, rope, meals and bed	
Foreman, 1.} months @ $100; 11 days @ $2.50; fares and horse hire, $17.40..
Horse feed and stabling, $5; labour with team, 1£ days @ $4.50	
1 horse, camping outfit, etc., $70; horse feed, etc., $76  	
Tools
wheelbarrow, etc	
Sharpening tools     	
Powder, fuse, coal, spikes, nails, rod iron, hay, freight charges, etc..
Dynamite, coal, horse feed, shovels	
Horse feed	
Tools, iron, freight charges, etc	
Steel and stage fare, $13.75; labour, llj days @ $2.60	
Horse hire, packing and hauling coal, tools	
Hay
Freight charges, stage fare, tools, etc	
Hire of horses, waggon, scraper, etc	
Buggy hire and horse feed, Road Superintendent at Ashcroft	
Counting bridges and culverts on Coldwater and Vaught Valley Roads.
Bridle for team	
Ferrying school children, Hope Station, quarter ending 19th May, 1S99 .
Contract for repairs to bridge near Hope	
Hauling logs, Nicola-Granite Creek Road	
Tools and spikes	
Stamps for Road Superintendent	
Mucilage, ink, envelopes, etc	
Copying list of road bridges and culverts	
Oats 	
Hay	
do  	
Labour, 1 day @ $2.25; with team and scraper, 2 days (
Moving camp, Savona Road	
i $5; hay, $7.
Bolts, etc.
Axes, etc	
Hay	
Board, etc    	
Lumber, axe, etc	
Removing fallen trees, Granite Creek Road    ...
Labour, with team, 3 days @ $2.50; 1 day @ $2.25; 18 days (
Placing temporary mile posts on of road	
Lumber, horse hire, etc.. Coutlie Bridge	
Repairing piledriver, tools, etc	
Hay, oats, and coal	
Fares and telegrams for Road Superintendent	
Horse feed	
Horse hire, powder, and hay	
Horse feed 	
Pasture for horse -	
Tools, spikes, nails, etc 	
Tools
'$2; bolts, 50c.
Paid Indian for repairing road and removing fallen timber.
Labour, with team	
do ii           	
do ti        	
do n	
do       	
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
1 day <a
ii         2J
n          2
.i            |
  H
   4J
board of men, $21; rope, $5.50; use of tools, etc., $10 24|
  5
horse hire, 25 days @ 25c.
.16
1
.16
Horse hire   18
$4.50
4
i
2
2
2.60
2.50
2.25
2
2.25
2.25
2.50
.50
Carned forward.
9,612 98
208 84
254 47
12 60
12 10
194 90
11 75
146 00
20 50
19 87
3 00
252 12
23 85
28 10
149 99
42 50
36 25
3 50
8 41
29 00
7 00
5 00
3 00
25 00
60 00
4 00
6 43
2 00
45
5 00
43 20
3 00
1 00
18 25
6 00
9 50
4 50
35 60
15 52
12 00
3 00
46 25
61 87
160 13
30 78
60 54
3 40
2 00
6 95
17 50
3 25
25 17
8 10
2 00
4 50
10 00
8 00
3 50
9 00
9 00
85 50
10 00
2 50
14 37
36 00
2 00
36 00
22 00
28 75
9 00
113,835 05
12,056 04
125,891 l 64 Vict.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
129
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$   cts.
Pay lists 	
D McTavish	
P Santini	
J S Place	
T Goss	
G Finney	
L Tressiera	
BO Cattle Co	
J B Uren	
F W Foster	
H S Doxat	
W L Meason	
P Colin	
A McDonald	
G F Moncton	
M R Eagleson	
W J Kelly	
HO Bowe	
E A Dahl	
J E Moore	
G Moore	
W Haller	
P Pigeon 	
N Pigeon 	
H H Burgess	
R Carson	
Estate of R Valenguala
S Spear	
J Currie	
T French	
M Meason	
N Gustafsen	
J Haller, Jr   ....
J A Robertson	
J Berry	
J S Robertson ........
W Murdoch	
H Murray	
W Spittal	
L Brousseau	
Pay lists	
Western Can Ranch'g
C A Phair	
J Dunlop	
EO Delong	
J B Uren	
D Hamilton	
F W Foster	
J Diskens	
F H Kinder	
Case & Sherwood ...
J Millar	
D McDonald	
M R Eagleson 	
A Lochore	
J F Gibson	
Duguid & Sanson ...,
J Marshall	
Uren & Mitchell   ... .
J&P Santini	
JEhalt	
AMBushnell	
J F Gibson	
F Marshall 	
G Hadley	
Paul Santini	
J Yorston	
A McPhail	
Co
Brought forward..
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS-Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 134.—TAllooet Bistrict, East Riding.
Foremen and labourers on district roads	
Freight charges on road plough, Hat Creek to Clinton
do it Lillooet to Hat Creek
Tools, lumber, hire of team, etc	
Lumber    	
do
Moving camp, etc	
Grain, hay, horse shoes	
Repairing tools, etc	
Grain, hay, tools, powder, etc ,
Removing fallen timber	
Oats, etc..
Balance of contract for road work, Dog Creek to Bridge Creek .
Feed for Road Superintendent's horse.	
Hire of tools   	
Keep of horse two months     	
Harness.
.237 days® $1.10
0 days i
.10
Hay and lumber	
Hire of 2 horses, 26 days @ $1.25	
Labour, with team, 4 days @ $6; provisions, $33.50; lumber, $16.S
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Hire of team	
Vote No. 135.—Lillooet Bistrict, West Riding.
  12
 10
 14
  1
 18
 10
  1
  1
   16
   4
 15
   5
   1
   6
     1
. hire of team, 1 day @ $4; 4
•S2.50
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
2.60
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
3
Foremen and labourers on district roads .
Sharpening tools, etc., hire of team	
Tools, fuse, caps, etc	
do   dynamite, fuse, etc	
Sharpening tools, steel, repairs, etc	
do 	
do 	
Powder ,
Canoe hire, moving camp, etc	
Hire of steam launch, freight charges, etc    ,.   .
Constructing bridges, trail, North Fork Bridge River	
Packing powder and tools, Dog Creek to St. Mary's Ferry
Constructing bridge across French Bar Creek, per agreement.
Grain and horse hire	
Sharpening tools 	
Moving camp; tools, etc	
Lumber	
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Sharpening tools	
Shovels	
Labour 14 days @ $2 50
do     travelling expenses, $35.25    27 u       2
Labour  4        „      2.50
do     with team, 4 days @ $4  4 ti       2.50
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do ii $2.50; labour, $1.50; freight charges, tent, $1 .
do        15 days @ $2.50
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Carried forward	
3,532
1
1
80
7
IS
22
76
18
37
1
9
100
260
5
24
12
65
74
27
40
15
34
25
35
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45
25
2
2
40
10
37
12
2
15
2
14
19
3,850 50
72 70
33 70
16 25
14 80
22 10
3 50
9 05
7 00
15 50
70 00
2 50
150 00
9 70
1 50
50 00
13 60
14 40
9 35
6 00
35 00
89 25
10 00
26 00
15 00
5 00
37 50
2 50
4,692 40  130,648
126,891 09 130
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1899, to 30th June, 1900.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
R Means	
J Bishop	
W Diable (Indian)
T Boyle	
E P Lee	
S Graham	
A McDonald	
A J Smart	
D Hamilton	
J Bond	
W Cameron	
D Carey	
A Swart	
L Manderville
J McEwen	
A J Swart	
H Murray	
Indian Jimmy
Indian Bob	
E A Dahl	
Pay lists	
Min ton & Borland 	
Veith & Borland	
P C Dunlevy	
S Williams, PLS	
A Smith	
H M Shermer	
A Kelly	
W Parker 	
Cariboo Trading Co	
W Stephenson	
J S McLeese	
T Drummond, C E	
Con Cariboo Hydraulic Co
N F Murray	
S A Rogers	
T E Bowron    	
do 	
R N Campbell	
E Evans  	
J H Lyon    	
The 43rd Min & Mill'g Co
G S Davison	
TC Copeland	
J Coskus	
F M Beaumont	
F M Becher	
T Smith	
St Anthony Explor't'n Co
Eagle & Paxton	
G LBetts	
Eagle & Hamilton	
J T Mason	
Felker Bros	
H Darrell 	
J McCollins.   	
M G Drummond	
B Eagle	
J Meloy	
J Smith	
W Coombs	
August (Indian) 	
Nelson      do        	
Charlie     do       	
M Sellers	
J McRae	
P H Morris	
Brought forward.
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS.-Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 135.— Lillooet Bistrict, West Riding.— Concluded.
Labour   U days @ $2.50
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Foreman   .
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5 months.
2.50
2.50
6
3
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packing camp outfit, etc .
moving camp
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.5C
Hi re of horse  47 c
Vote No. 136.—Cariboo Bistrict.
i C« 50c
Foremen and labourers on district roads 	
Building road, Sugar Cane to 150-Mile House, as per contract	
Tools, hay and grain, etc	
Tools, etc	
Field and office work, 8 days @ $15; expenses, $32.50, survey of Quesnel River.
Tools
Horse hire	
Powder, caps, fuse, tools, etc., $97.45; hay, $16.50	
Dynamite, fuse, caps, oats, etc., $67.26; hire of team, $31.50 .
Powder, fuse, caps, horse feed, hay, etc	
Meals, beds, etc., for Government Agent	
Rope.
. 9 days *2.r,o
Examination and survey re bridge sites, South Forks Quesnel River, 25 days @ $10
Telephone wire and wire cutters    	
Measuring roads, 6S days @ $3.50; expenses, $161.25.	
Powder, fuse, caps	
Hauling powder, dynamite, tools, etc	
Expenses saving material, Chilcotin Bridge	
Meals and allowance for ke