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 BEITISH COLUMBIA.
PUBLIC   ACCOUNTS
FISCAL YEAR ENDED 30th JUNE, 1904.
PERIOD EEOM 1st JULY, 1903, TO 30th JLTTE, 1904.
PRINTED   BT
AUTHORITY OF THE  LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.
VICTORIA, B. C.:
Printed by Richard Wolfenden, I.S.O., V.D., Printer to the King's Most. Excellent Majesty.
1905.  4 Ed. 7 Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
B 3
To His Honour the Honourable Sir Henri Gustave Jolt 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, 1904.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
Treasury Department,
Victoria, %J/.th December, 190J/..
ROBT. G. TATLOW,
Minister of Finance.  4 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904. B 5
Audit Office,
24th December, 1904.
To the Honourable Eobt. G. Tatlow,
Minister of Finance.
The undersigned has the honour to present to you the Public Accounts for the fiscal year
ended 30th June, 1904.
Respectfully submitted,
J. A. ANDERSON, B. A.,
Auditor-General.  4 Ed. 7 Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904. B   7
PUBLIC  ACCOUNTS
FISCAL   YEAR   ENDED   30TH   JUNE,   1904.
TABLE   OF   CONTENTS.
8— Balance Sheet of the Province op British Columbia
9— Debentures Outstanding Issued under the British Columbia Loan Acts.
10— Inscribed Stock Issued under the British Columbia Loan Acts.
] 1— Debentures Outstanding Issued under the Dyking Acts.
11— Guarantees under the Railway Acts.
12— Statement,  showing amount of  Debentures of the Loans 1877  and   1887  redeemed   by
conversion into Inscribed Stock.
13— Loan, 1877 ; Sinking Fund Account.
15— Loan, 1887 ; Sinking Fund Account.
16— Loans, 1891, 1893, 1895, 1899 and 1902, Inscribed Stock; Sinking Fund Account.
17— Debt Account :  The Dominion of Canada in account with the Province.
17 _ Subsidy Account :  The Dominion of Canada in account with the Province.
18— Shuswap and Okanagan Railway Company : Statement showing the Amounts paid and
received by the Province of British Columbia.
19— VICTORIA   and   Sidney   Railway   Company,   in   account   with   the  Province  of   British
Columbia.
20— Nakusp and Slocan Railway in account with the Province of British Columbia.
21— Receipts and Expenditure ; from 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1902. (Table No. 2.)
23— do. do. from 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1904. (Table No. 3.)
25— Statement showing details of "Miscellaneous Receipts."
27—       District Returns of Revenue.
29—       Expenditure ; Summary.
31_174_ do. Detailed.
175-178—Appropriation   and  Expenditure ;   Statement showing Appropriation and Expenditure,
also sums unexpended and over-expended.
179-180—Unprovided Items ; Statement of Services the Expenditures on which have exceeded their
Appropriation.
181-182—Lapsed Balances of Appropriations, B 8
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
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B 9
DEBENTURES   OUTSTANDING.
RETURN showing the amount of Debentures outstanding, issued under the Rritish
Columbia Loan Acts.
[To 30th June, 1904.]
6per cent—Debentures issued undent* '• Loan Act, 1877," (Payable in 30 years).
Terminable,
1st July, 1907.
Numbers.
Denomination.
Total amount
issued.
Deduct Amount
redeemed by conversion under authority of Act, 1891,
for consolidating
the Public Debt.
Outstanding
subject to
conversion.
Total
Amount
outstanding
Date of Issue,
1st July, 1877.
(    1 to    500
( 501 to 1,000
500 @ £100 I
500 @ £200 f
£150,000 = 8727,500
£54,600=: $264,810
£95,400 @4.S5 =
$462,690 00
4= 112per cent.—Debentures issued under " Loan Act, 1887/' (Payable in 30 years).
Terminable,
1st July, 1917.
Numbers.
Denomination.
Total amount
issued.
Deduct Amount
redeemed by conversion under authority of Act,1891,
for consolidating
the Public Debt.
Outstanding
subject to
conversion.
Date of Issue,
1st, July, 1887.
f    1 to    200
\ 201 to 1,254
200 @ £500 \
1,054 @£100J
£205,400 = 8996,190
£126,800 =$614,980
£78,600® 4.85 =
381,210 00
3 1/2 per cent.—Debentures issued under (eJJoan Act, 1897," (Payable in 10 years).
[Parliament Building Equipment.]
Terminable,
1st July, 1907.
Numbers.
Denomination.
Total amount
issued.
Amount redeemed.
Date of Issue,
1st July, 1897.
1 to 10
§10,000
$100,000
$60,000
40,000 00
5 per cent.—Debentures issued under i( Treasury Debenttire Loan Act, 1003,"
(Payable in 10 years).
Terminable,
1st March, 1914.
Numbers.
Denomination.
Total amount
issued.
Amount redeemed.
Date of Issue.
1st March, 1904.
1 to 1,000
SI ,000
$1,000,000
ni
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1,000,000 00
$1,883,900 00
Audit Office,
24th December, 1904.
J. A. ANDERSON,
Auditor-General. B 10
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
INSCRIBED   STOCK   ISSUED.
RETURN   showing  the   amount of Inscribed Stock issued under the British Columbia
Loan Acts.
[To 30th June, 1904.]
3per cent.—Inscribed Stock, issued under " Loan Act, 1891" (Payable in 50 Years).
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 = 3204.
20,450= 99,
980= 4,
2,100= 10,
2,380= 11,
1,540= 7,
1,820= 8,
0,250= 30,
645.75
182.50
753.00
185.00
543.00
469.00
827.00
312.50
Issue for redemption
of Debentures of
Loan, 1887.
£126,750=$614,737.50
12,720=    61,692.00
7,250 =
9,375=
500=
2,000=
3,600=
1,150 =
35,162.50
45,468.75
2,425.00
9,700.00
17,460.00
5,577.50
Total Issue.
£200,000 @ #4.85=$
168,945
33,170
980
9,350
11,755
2.040
3,820
9,850
1,150
970,000.00
819,383.25
160,874.50
4,753.00
45,347.50
57,011.75
9,894.00
18,527.00
47,772.50
5,677.50
£441,060
$2,139,141.00
3per cent.—Inscribed Stock issued under "Loan Act, 1893" (Payable in 48 Years),
Terminable 1st July, 194.1.
Date of Issue.
1st July, 1893..
Issue for Parliament Buildings Construction, £123,700 @ 84.85 .
3per cent Inscribed Stock issued under "Loan Act, 1895" (Payable in 40 Years),
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 42 Years),
Terminable 1st July, 1941.
Date of Issue,
from
1st July, 1899..
. £340,000 @ 84.85 .
3 per cent —Inscribed Stock issued under " Loan Act, 1902" (Payable in 39 Years),
Terminable 1st July, 1941.
$2,139,141 00
599,945 00
2,037,000 00
1,649,000 00
Audit Office,
', December, 1904-
J. A. ANDERSON,
A uditor - General. 4 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
B 11
DYKING   DEBENTURES   OUTSTANDING
RETURN showing the amount of Debentures outstanding, issued under the Dyking Acts.
[To 30th June, 1904.]
3J 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 ...
ii
ii           ....
ii           ....
July 1st, 1899....
November 24th, 1897.
January 15th,    1898.
February 3rd,    1898.
Februarv 9th,    1898.
May 16th,           1898.
December 29th, 1899.
1 to 118"!
119 to 314
315 to 374 J-Act 1898.
375 to 424
425 to 471J
1 to 200—Acts 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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38 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 and Chilliwack. The principal and interest, together with a sinking- fund of 1J 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, 1903.]
IJT AID   OF MAILWAYS.
'SHUSWAP RAILWAY GUARANTEE ACT, 1890."
Guarantee of Interest of the Shuswap and Okanagan Railway Company's Bonds, 4 per cent, per annum on
$1,249,760	
[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,
•849,980 40
j,000 00
25,882 88
$81,863 28
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,
Audit Office, Auditor-General.
gjjth December, 1904. B 12
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to
30th June, 1904.
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BRITISH COLUMBIA LOAN TRUSTEES, LONDON, IN ACCOUNT WITH THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Date.
Remittances.
Interest on
Investments.
Proceeds of bonds sold and
re-invested.
Proceeds of bonds sold and
paid to Government.
Total.
Date.
Investments.
Expenses and
Brokerage.
Withdrawal
under Release
Act, 1896, and
legal expenses.
Total.
Nov.   9th, 1877
$7,275 00
7,275 00
7,275 00
7,275 00
$7,275 00
7,275 00
7,275 00
7,275 00
508 13
7,275 00
503 39
598 36
7,275 00
891 39
7,275 00
7,275 00
980 79
7,275 00
1,130 24
7,275 00
1,301 21
7,275 00
1,453 18
7,275 00
1,594 03
7,275 00
1,785 61
7,275 00
4,114 71
7,275 00
7,275 00
2,318 46
2,129 86
14,259 00
7,275 00
7,275 00
6,368 30
7,275 00
7,275 00
2,962 60
7,272 00
4,419 72
7,275 00
5,638 50
7,275 00
7,275 00
7,701 13
7,275 00
7,275 00
8,416 08
7,275 00
7,275 00
4,476 06
5,934 33
48,494 30
7,275 00
7,275 00
8,445 95
5,863 65
4,943 87
5,174 95
6,141 00
5,068 25
10,481 14
6,654 57
35,711 80
4,985 80
6,025 13
6,110 03
4,932 45
4,932 45
6,284 16
64,737 21
1,031 96
116,664 03
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4,869 40
5,255 66
4,626 90
4,491 66
4,626 90
4,625 76
24,309 35
9,037 21
9,169 13
9,307 72
9,448 89
9,591 68
9,746 80
9,903 38
10,064 40
10,231 21
10,396 66
10,564 34
10,739 45
10,919 93
11,107 67
April   6th, 1878
May    9th, 1878
July   26th, 1878
July   30th, 1878
Jan.   30th, 1879
Sept. 29th, 1879
Dec.    31st, 1879
Jan.    2nd, 1880
Mar. 22nd, 1880
June 30th, 1880
ii            1880
i,            1881
,,            1881
Deer. 31st, 1881
„           1881
June 30th, 1882
1882
Nov. 30th, 1882
Dec.    31st, 1882
June 30th, 1883
Nov.   30th, 1883
June 30th, 1884
ii            1884
Jan.   23rd, 1885
June 30th, 1885
ii           1886
Jan.   17th, 1887
Oct. 8th,      1887
Feb. 15th,    1888
June 30th,     ,,
Jan. 18th,   1889
June 30th,     „
Feb.   6th,    1890
Aug-ust,       1890
Jan. 8th,     1891
Oct. 3rd,    1891
June'soth, 1892
Mar. 31st,   1893
June 30th, 1894
ii            ii
Feb.  28th, 1895
June 30th, 1895
Jan.  31st,  1896
n          ii
ii          ii
June 30th, 1896
Jan. Slst,  1897
June 30th,    n
Dec.   15th, 1897
Jan.    31st, 1898
June 30th, 1S9S
Dec.   30th, 1898
June 30th, 1899
Dec.   31st, 1899
June 80th, 1900
Dec.    31st, 1900
June 30th, 1901
Dec.    31st, 1901
June 30th, 1902
Dec.    31st, 1902
June 30th, 1903
Dec.    31st, 1903
June 30th, 1904
Canada Debentures, 5 $ cent....
$7,027 65
$7,027 65
50
Mav 13th, 1878
50
Oct.    7th, 1878
Canada Debentures, 5 $ cent....
Do.             4 do	
Do.                   do	
Do.                   do	
6,968 25
453 47
7,667 85
7,904 89
6,968 25
453 47
April 9th, 1879
June 30th, 1879
508 13
7,667 85
7,904 89
76 38
Sept. 19th, 1879
7,276 00
Dec.  31st, 1879
603 39
598 36
76 38
Mar. 22nd, 1880
7,275 00
7,275 00
7,275 00
Canada Debentures, 4 $ cent	
7,85» 36
7,853 36
20 61
Mar. 30th, 1880
20 61
20 61
June 30th, 1880
891 39
Sept. 30th, 1880
Canada Debentures, 4 ^ cent....
Do.                 do	
8,172 85
7,547 81
8,172 85
7,547 81
18 19
Mar.  31st, 1881
June 30th, 1881
980 79
18 19
21 82
Sept. 30th, 1881
7,275 00
Dec.  31st, 1881
1,130 24
Canada Debentures, 4 W cent	
Do.                   do	
9,275 62
8,196 50
9,275 62
Mar.  Slst, 1882
7,275 00
June 30th, 1882
1,301 21
19 40
19 40
Oct.     1st, 1882
7,276 00
Canada Debentures, 4 $ cent	
8,750 00
8,750 00
Nov. 30th, 1882
1,453 18
20 62
21 82
Mar. Slst, 1883
7,275 00
Victoria, Australia, 4 $ cent
Do.                 do.
Do.                  do.
Canada inscribed Bonds,    3-^ V c.
Do.         do.       Stock,         do.
Do.     Registered Bonds, 4 do.
Do.                 do.                  do.
Do.     inscribed stock,  3|- do.
British Columbia 4i- ^ cent	
Canada inscribed stock 3$ $ cent.
British Columbia,          4|    M
Canada inscribed stock 3£    n
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8,697 26
9,283 63
8,950 07
9,669 38
8,705 75
24,190 22
19,836 98
10,159 54
10,318 37
10,644 41
10,961 00
10,886 55
11,128 20
11,609 44
11,609 33
11,624 42
12,331 49
23,001 12
36,038 53
19,697 06
25,220 62
10,693 61
35,614 28
10,982 72
11,013 26
11,188 48
51,763 16
12,810 08
June 30th, 1883
1,694 03
9,283 63
8,950 07
Oct.   15th, 1883
7,275 00
Nov. 30th, 1883
1,785 61
72 50
24 25
70 69
48 01
25 46
24 25
25 58
24 37
25 95
26 80
30 55
30 67
31 16
36 01
33 70
52 01
27 40
68 99
29 33
97 52
28 21
29 22
28 13
131 60
32 37
April 30th, 1884
June 30th, 1884
7,275 00
8,730 00
24,260 91
4,114 71
Oct.   Slst, 1884
7,275 00
7,275 00
June 30th, 1885
2,318 46
2,129 86
10,669 99
10,985 37
,
$14,259 00
(£2,860 Can. 5 % Bonds.)
7,275 00
7,275 00
Oct.   31st,   ,,
April 30th, 1886
11,639 99
6,368 30
Oct.   12th, 1886
7,275 00
7,275 00
April 12th, 1887
12,367 50
23,084 82
86,090 54
June 30th, 1887
2,962 60
Oct.   11th,   ,,
7,275 00
7,275 00
Nov. 14th,   „
4,419 72
April 9th, 1888
25,289 61
10,722 84
35,711 80
11,010 93
11,042 48
11,216 61
5,638 60
Oct.    8th,   „
7,276 00
7,275 00
7,275 00
7,275 00
May    8th, 1889
7,701 13
Oct.    8th,   „
June 27th, 1890
8,416 08
Dec. 22nd,  ,,
7,275 00
7,275 00
	
1,031 96
116,664 03
1,031 96
116,664 03
10,125 06
June 26th, 1891
4,476 06
5,934 33
Do             do         3      i,
Do            do        3      ,,
Do            do        3      „
10,100 16
9,095 89
9,229 49
24 90
22 67
23 16
Nov. 14th, 1891
Nov. 19th,   „
$48,494 30
£1,800              Vic. 4 % Bonds
£3,783 15s. Id.   „    4% In. St.
£4,100            Can. 4% Bonds
24,309 35
9,252 65
24,309 35
9,037 21
9,169 13
9,307 70
7,275 00
7,275 00
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Do            do        3      i,
Do            do        3      ,,
Do             do         3      ,,
Do            do        3      „
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Do             do         3      i,
Do            do        3      „
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Do             do         3      ,i
Do             do         3      ,i
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9,014 96
9,145 79
9,283 70
9,424 82
9,565 57
9,720 43
9,876 30
10,036 27
10,203 39
10,368 53
10,535 00
10,709 04
10,888 17
11,075 26
22 25
23 34
24 00
24 09
26 11
26 87
27 08
28 13
27 82
28 18
29 34
30 41
31 76
32 41
Deo. 23rd, 1891
June 23rd, 1892
June 30th, 1892
8,445 95
Dec.   31st, 1892
5,863 65
9,746 80
9,903 38
10,064 40
10,231 21
10,396 66
10,664 34
10,739 45
Mar.  Slst, 1893
4,943 87
June 30th, 1893
5,174 96
6,141 00
5,068 25
Dec.  Slst, 1893
June 30th, 1894
10,481 14
5,654 57
.
$35,711 80
(£7,589 17s. 3d. Ca. 3%In.St.)
4,985 80
11,107 67
Deo.  Slst, 1894
Feb. 28th, 1895
6,025 13
6,110 03
June 30th, 1895
4,932 45
4,932 45
Dec.   31st, 1895
Jan.  31st, 1896
6,284 16
$64,737 21
(£12,474 14s. Id. Ca. 3£ % Sfk)
$1,031 96
(£199 16s. 9d. Can. 3J% Stock)
$116,664 03
£20,507 10s. 6d. Can. 4 % Stock
£3,546 18s. 3J. B. C. S% Stock
June 30th, 1896
June 30th, 1896
4,869 40
5,255 56
4,491 66
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Dec.  31st, 1896
4,626 90
Jan.   31st, 1897
June 30th, 1897
4,626 90
4,625 75
Dec. 15th, 1897
$24,309 35
(£4,84513s. 3d. B.C. 3% Stock)
Jan.  31st, 1898
4,626 90
4,626 90
4,626 90
4,626 90
4,626 90
4,626 90
4,626 90
4,626 90
4,626 90
4,626 90
4,626 90
4,626 90
4,626 90
4,626 90
4,410 31
4,542 23
4,680 82
4,821 99
4,964 78
5,119 90
5,276 48
5,437 50
6,604 31
5,769 76
5,937 44
6,112 55
6,293 03
6,480 77
June 30th, 1898
Dec. Slst, 1898
June 30th, 1899
Dec.   Slst, 1899
June 30th, 190O
Dec.   31st, 1900
June 30th, 1901
Dec.   31st, 1901
June 30th, 1902
Dec.   31st, 1902
June 30th, 1903
Dec.   31st, 1903
June 30th, 1904
$333,248 35
$201,995 87
$163,202 31
$142,005 34
$840,451 87
$696,719 88
$1,762 65
$142,005 34
$840,451 87
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TABLE  NO. 2.
COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF THE RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE OP THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA,
From 1st July, 1836, to 30th June, 1887, 1888, 1889, 1890, 1891, 1892, 1893, 1894, 1895, 1896, 1897, 1898, 1899, 1900, 1901, 1902.
REVENUE.
Dominion of Canada :—
Annual payment of Interest	
Do. Subsidy 	
Do. Grant per capita .
Do. for Lands conveyed .
Land Sales	
Land Revenue	
Timber Royalty and Licences	
Survey Fees	
Rents (exclusive of Land)	
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Free Miners' Certificates 	
Mining Receipts General	
Licences   	
Marriage Licences	
Real Property Tax	
Personal Property Tax	
Wild Land Tax	
Income Tax	
Mineral Tax	
Revenue Tax	
Registered Taxes (all denominations, arrears) 	
Tax Sale Deeds	
Revenue Service (refunds)	
Commission on Sales for Taxes	
Fines and Forfeitures ■	
Law Stamps	
Probate Fees	
Registry Fees	
Assay Office Fees	
Asylum for the Insane	
Printing Office Receipts	
Sale of Government Property	
Sale of Consolidated Statutes	
Re-imbursements in aid	
Interest	
Chinese Restriction Act, 1884 (Dominion Statute)	
Education Refunds from City Districts (Act, Chap. 104, Sec. 37).
Reduction Works, Cariboo	
Miscellaneous Receipts	
Succession Duty   	
Bureau of Mines	
Provincial Home	
Timber Scalers' Fees	
Premium on Nakusp & Slocan Railway Bonds	
Premium on sale of Dyking Debentures 	
Royalty and Tax on Coal	
1886-87.
1st July to
30th June.
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7,319 14
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9,154 78
2,191 67
62,559 66
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3,830 64
1,589 23
18,452 70
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715 59
2,605 78
387 35
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2,404 27
Interest on Investment of Sinking Funds
Net Revenue. ...
Loan Act, 1887 (£205,400)	
Loan Act, 1891 (£200,000)	
Loan Act, 1893 (£123,700)	
Loan Act, 1895 (£420,000)	
Loan Act, 1S97	
Loan Act, 1899 (£340,000)	
Withdrawal from Sinking Funds, Loans of 1877 and 1887.
Total.
Deposits (Intestate Estates, etc.,) receipts	
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Shuswap and Okanagan Railway (Dominion Subsidy, $3,200 per mile)....
Do. do.     receipts (Act 1890)    	
Nakusp and Slocan Railway (deposit by Company in lieu of subsidy,
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Nakusp and Slocan Railway, receipts (Act 1894)	
537,335 63
3,062 55
540,398 18
1,118 77
1887-88.
1st July to
30th June.
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100,000 00
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16,677 77
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565 20
2,819 30
393 35
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10,976 62
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698,252 35
10,426 59
608,678 94
996,190 00
1888-89.
1st July to
30th June.
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4,559 35
13,286 67
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120 00
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39,610 84
15,964 62
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53,691 66
353 92
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19,363 40
3,587 60
11,344 19
5,303 10
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485 98
1889-90.
1st July to
30th June.
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48,000 00
100,000 00
244,529 09
5,687 00
18,856 47
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6,314 10
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10,145 00
21,470 00
2,540 00
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45,007 66
21,221 93
4,516 67
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4,628 75
2,876 52
35,278 68
528 65
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4,483 18
9,600 00
14,427 51
632 00
8,260 32
835,463 26
10,059 40
845,522 66
11,088 02
9,059 16
1890-91.
1st July to
30th June.
29,151 06
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48,000 00
100,000 00
243,551 75
10,352 42
25,172 87
145 00
60 00
16,500 37
12,861 00
12,329 70
22,467 50
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98,351 04
54,596 12
25,695 78
5,826 12
73,863 00
286 00
161 86
45 69
9,445 68
5,834 08
7,559 61
51,013 49
351 85
752 44
4,215 69
526 95
283 00
4,803 15
6,964 42
13,250 00
17,015 62
658 80
19,371 84
959,248 30
5,695 24
964,943 54
21,290 17
67,048 24
1891-92.
1st July to
30th June.
$ 29,151 06
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74,213 60
100,000 00
213,519 41
9,292 05
20,475 58
220 00
125 00
23,824 01
17,903 00
14,744 20
30,290 00
3,605 00
97,412 64
68,737 47
53,301 34
7,102 62
42,759 00
204 53
60 00
96 42
115 00
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9,072 99
3,228 26
53,150 04
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7,409 24
1,750 83
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8,131 93
26,275 00
34,441 85
12,080 93
1,020,002 15
18,285 80
1,038,237 96
970,666'66
2,008,237 95
25,455 94
45,942 60
65,010 00
1892-93.
1st July to
30th June.
$ 29,151 06
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81,967 20
100,000 00
179,999 13
9,478 20
9,586 76
342 90
13,426 70
27,868 00
23,232 25
32,432 50
3,410 00
80,904 79
84,531 05
38,113 11
7,540 54
40,116 00
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11,216 75
5,733 44
58,893 16
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2,480 50
5,679 27
2,537 45
228 00
5,152 37
18,363 97
40,662 50
40,280 79
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1893-94.
1st July to
30th June.
29,151 06
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79,434 40
100,000 00
33,917 80
6,104 75
18,725 74
494 90
81 88
24,926 44
23,015 00
25,545 89
26,601 82
3,040 00
66,714 52
84,782 69
35,947 22
6,634 77
45,080 00
33 09
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112 56
92 45
9.389 27
11,360 68
4,672 49
46,845 23
331 25
1,777 65
5,236 65
1,060 75
54 00
5,776 16
34,619 01
27,387 50
798,570 63
23,089 92
1,019,206 00
19,869 46
44,003 90
98,190 00
14,805 44
599,945 00
1,421,605 55
20,635 15
14,969 00
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1st July to
30th June.
29,151 06
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78,538 40
100,000 00
25,880 36
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2,228 90
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49,644 11
31,190 50
41,647 08
32,050 49
3,080 00
78,302 52
94,336 80
34,566 06
6,409 59
52,266 00
41 32
60 00
60 75
14 29
7,761 65
11,093 09
7,036 09
39,124 70
359 40
4,920 39
6,332 20
436 93
18 00
4,179 34
12,885 72
25,437 50
15,707 15
619 33
876,908 44
19,117 14
1895-6.
1st July to
30th June.
$ 29,151 06
35,000 00
78,588 40
100,000 00
64,003 02
6,267 30
31,514 12
1,076 44
80 00
27,876 54
54,953 00
76,638 43
44,130 00
3,185 00
93,148 78
84,371 52
36,123 46
5,630 25
306 69
59,382 00
2 10
20 00
708 70
6 06
10,536 90
10,106 74
6,222 85
39,000 30
325 75
3,470 58
11,1.90 47
2,493 37
110 00
5,123 05
16,188 78
17,200 00
8,014 49
8,481 50
219 95
654 07
265 43
970,617 10
19,148 12
896,025 58
2,037,000 00
67,273 77
25,758 42
1,156,078 98
32,304 09
59,041 18
14,630 49
1896-97.
1st July to
30th June.
$ 29,151 06
85,000 00
78,638 40
100,000 00
86,214 03
6,857 40
55,631 99
766 35
62 00
40,663 54
166,681 00
157,408 87
59,202 35
3,620 00
105,773 17
108,115 00
41,511 83
8,037 02
29,788 64
64,836 00
53 66
10 00
400 60
790 24
15,092 82
10,201 55
3,1S5 30
66,043 43
3,032 58
25,078 35
835 SO
4,162 07
16,985 60
21,312 60
16,228 01
2,156 31
1,483 00
172 48
59 70
1,365,142 24
17,900 00
1897-98.
1st July to
30th June.
$ 29,151 06
35,000 00
78,538 40
100,000 00
104,180 96
10.646 03
57.647 79
945 10
84 00
46,076 79
130 00
139,756 00
159,432 03
64,729 43
3.990 00
109,367 88
112,160 47
61,575 07
9,278 08
36,061 35
84,555 00
28 54
20 00
84 95
91 11
13,446 00
11,473 80
6,008 50
63,093 05
'" 4,452' 12
19,380 36
882 91
4,266 07
1,498 86
29,900 00
14,898 88
2,821 83
569 50
349 50
1,420,299 97
19,323 43
1,383,048 24 1,439,623 40
35,810 70
61,427 23
38,894 27
1,478,517 67
43,676 86
79,230 75
1898-99.
1st July to
30th June.
$ 29,151 06
35,000 00
78,638 40
100,000 00
73,807 51
11,264 65
64,323 48
1,024 15
239 00
24,143 31
25 00
155,104 25
186,702 90
93,496 32
4,416 00
119,877 68
114,901 08
47,309 08
9,872 27
34,121 73
104,265 00
26 00
220 00
452 81
524 16
15,652 54
11,005 05
3,807 98
101,569 57
4,034 83
17,385 28
851 18
3,509 08
812 17
26,400 00
33,072 22
1,909 03
606 55
161 28
1,609,581 60
22,057 00
1,531,638 60
36,485 94
252,265 09
13,993 18
"lis
15
1899-1900.
1st July to
30th June.
$ 29,151 06
35,000 00
78,538 40
100,000 00
53,267 71
34,563 25
97,517 99
787 66
102 50
38,812 61
131 00
133,765 54
194,303 97
50,197 51
5,375 00
118,214 14
73,442 70
49,376 52
17,977 81
31,894 88
95,862 00
1 65
40 00
28 00
14,023 78
13,209 25
11,786 58
102,774 06
6,448 01
15,451 81
591 75
3,692 85
2,056 73
53,262 50
31,955 96
18,791 41
1,056 60
596 99
5,933 76
1,519,983 82
24,124 84
1,649,000 00
51,231 63
71,042 24
14,382 91
9,806 34
1900-1901.
1st July to
30th June.
$ 29,151 06
35,000 00
78,538 40
100,000 00
43,338 61
35,258 85
86,613 31
730 60
298 00
28,981  10
93,510 76
154,270 06
76,304 23
5,365 00
121,707 91
92,422 50
48,241 89
28,376 17
95,483 08
101,196 00
20 18
120 00
17 00
1901-1902
1st Jul}' to
30th June.
$ 29,151 06
35,000 00
141,817 60
100,000 00
86,161 86
45,047 15
115,210 87
1,123 95
234 25
45,861
13,424 78
13,321 95
6,146 66
78,275 05
"9,543 46
14,426 83
4,086 41
3,988 52
319 26
47,362 50
26,330 37
21,169 91
1,658 40
80 21
1,578,331 33
27,589 24
45,964 21
60,026 79
14,729 02
'12,671'si
78,240 81
141,382 37
62,340 90
5,930 00
130,003 66
89,770 91
50,938 87
46,818 86
84,077 90
137,955 00
49 74
20 00
69 00
112 34
15,919 89
12,580 65
7,048 51
74,497 43
11,692 06
13,737 47
2,057 83
2,426 00
45 00
40,512 50
15,720 17
64,057 30
1,190 "
2,202 93
85,702 73
1,776,710 41
31,214 83
EXPENDITURE.
-Public Debt :—
Interest 	
'^'Sinking Funds (chargeable to Investment aco't.) as follows:
Deposit in Bank of B. C., " Loan Act, 1874 "	
Do. Interest invested,        do.
Trustees' account, '' Loan Act, 1877 "....
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do
II.-
III.
IV.-
V.-
Interest invested,        do.
"Loan Act, 1887"	
Interest invested, do	
" Loan Acts, 1891, '93 '95 & '99"
Interest invested, do. do.
Premium and Exchange	
Discount and Commission	
Expenses in connection with Consolidation and Loan (Act 1891)..
Do. do. Parliament Build'gs Loan (Act 1893)
Do. do. Loan (Act 1895)	
Incidental Expenses of negotiating Loan, 1899	
Redemption of Debentures (Loan Act, 1897)	
-Civil Government (Salaries)	
-Administration op Justice (Salaries)	
-Legislation	
Public Institutions (Maintenance) :-
Printing Office	
Assay Office	
Asylum for the Insane	
Museum	
Provincial Home	
Bureau of Mines	
Hospitals and Charities	
Administration oe Justice (other than Salaries)
Education	
Transport	
1,807,925 24
68,918 64
26,307 90
14,743 26
8,334 92
VI
VII
VIII
IX
X.—Rent	
XI.—Revenue Services	
XII.—Public Works :—
Works and Buildings	
New Parliament Buildings, Victoria ...
Government House, Victoria	
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and "Wharves .
Surveys	
XIII.- -Miscellaneous 	
*Less amount of Sinking Funds as above, chargeable to Investment acc't.
Less payment of Debentures (Loan 1897) chargeable against Loan	
Net Expenditure	
Deposits (Intestate Estates, etc.) repaid	
Do.     (Suitors' Fund Act, 1890) repaid	
1 Province of British Columbia, Consolidation of Public Debt, "Act 1891'
[Shuswap and Okanagan Railway, payments (Act 1890)	
Victoria and Sidney Railway, do      (Act 1892)	
Nakusp & Slocan Railway do      (Act 1894)	
Province of British Columbia, defalcations of J. C. Prevost, C. Warwick
W. H. Falding and W. R. Atkins	
1886-87.
1st July to
30th June.
$ 58,313 55
543 00
99 95
14,550 00
2,962 60
90 00
474 44
61,763 03
68,556 51
20,745 69
2,722 98
379 91
6,730 38
20,677 88
50,411 13
90,489 21
3,861 94
48 50
7,321 96
47,897 42
3,026 98
185,417 56
11,314 61
72,918 21
731,307 44
18,155 55
1887-88.
1st July to
30th June.
89,878 56
545 00
229 62
14,550 00
10,058 22
17,460 00
138 75
3,860 04
16,932 01
69,796 14
67,350 73
16,463 35
3,006 91
910 69
7,282 75
21,273 00
48,500 75
99,902 04
3,494 98
48 50
8,287 32
48,859 72
3,365 29
180,574 74
8,845 95
788,955 35
42,979 69
1888-89.
1st July to
30th June.
$ 89,878 55
543 00
260 53
14,550 00
7,701 13
17,460 00
763 08
527 90
989 96
74,001 99
78,801 18
15,461 66
2,901 53
781 47
7,562 47
24,343 20
57,508 73
108,190 59
4,640 30
48 50
12,882 13
78,248 49
1889-90.
1st July to
30th June.
$ 89,878 55
543 00
292 67
14,550 00
8,416 08
17,460 00
1,350 65
372 65
1,004 97
4,179 35
153,377 75
2,388 55
99,603 36
85,238 41
75,199 10
18,843 20
5,974 90
1,440 18
6,277 32
24,730 60
33,708 64
122,984 83
2,674 76
48 50
12,358 74
151
,75!
857,545 40
41,277 75
746,975 76  816,267
6,842 85
5,763 99
204,982 32
7,531 28
954,020 56
42,612 40
1890-91.
1st July to
30th June.
89,878 55
643 00
326 09
14,550 00
4,476 06
17,460 00
893 09
993 72
951 05
96,210 82
85,594 52
36,423 98
5,041 25
432 44
11,377 83
1,281 31
28,178 99
44,637 83
136,901 73
4,687 59
48 50
16,435 50
121,260 84
2,001 26
186,169 79
24,396 98
100,951 48
1,032,104 20
38,248 24
993,865 96
662 79
42,265 66
1891-92.
1st July to
30th June.
$118,978 55
543 00
360 86
14.550 00
14,380 28
17,460 00
3,481 32
9,700 00
13 34
6,051 48
171,333 03
3,660 21
120,030 49
97,971 00
29,506 30
6,976 62
372 73
12,881 61
1,589 02
33,272 84
48,788 59
160,627 80
7,158 55
48 50
12,180 91
102,984 94
1,940 14
308,633 97
46,716 37
1,430,920 49
60,488 80
1,370,431 69
31,818 25
50,124 32
1892-93.
1st July to
30th June.
$113,068 35
543 Oo
397 00
11,038 60
4,943 87
8,747 00
1,492 20
18,698 20
115 37
1,254 36
2,744 01
10,868 09
136,663 72
112,350 89
30,675 30
6,064 45
344 17
12,404 21
3,148 99
41,410 82
49,680 89
190,558 33
9,564 96
48 60
9,995 85
146,279 12
72,845 46
4,090 63
282,945 50
65,535 34
128,906 57
1,477,413 75
45,975 24
18,342 49
39,090 90
248,877 75
75,393 17
3,015 00
1893-94.
1st July to
30th June.
130,090 37
543 00
434 62
10,209 25
16,135 71
8,075 43
5,041 74
37,775 19
1,477 85
3,968 49
73,586 89
705 44
1,341 47
150,066 67
120,134 06
48,019 84
8,578 94
706 26
13,896 09
1,948 02
44,818 53
73,415 01
169,050 18
9,979 22
48 50
9,826 17
140,570 63
56,954 13
5,781 41
262,478 77
55,893 21
133,647 30
1,594,097 89
79,692 79
25,610 76
30,185 04
11,300 50
52,198 38
6,030 00
1894-95
1st July to
30th June.
179,887 31
543 00
511 85
9,918 25
12,135 16
9,210 15
4,058 06
26,622 61
2,412 57
305 10
174,456 06
1,036 46
1,812 45
145,590 19
127,558 49
39,419 72
8,080 60
764 02
17,741 30
2,151 46
799 01
48,630 47
74,861 09
189,037 25
13,973 10
48 50
11,636 65
101,296 58
191,867 97
2,666 48
425,629 34
27,756 98
119,918 41
1,906,924 99
11,657 57
25,341 96
15,010 75
50,406 73
6,030 00
51,777 49
1895-96.
1st July to
30th June.
$190,411 77
1,400 00
415 53
9,801 85
11,539 82
9,101 02
3,708 70
47,134 73
3,484 07
1,360 28
4,070 06
1,056 21
152,472 56
131,795 13
30,884 14
14,246 58
74 00
20,006 86
1,714 90
5,938 30
1,660 38
44,842 59
56,915 24
204,930 32
12,207 81
48 50
13,794 70
82,252 13
257,903 33
3,376 45
238,225 14
30,099 38
114,436 86
1896-97.
1st J uly to
30th June.
$189,623 88
1,400 00
441 34
9,253 SO
9,117 41
8,631 79
3,342 76
47,732 95
5,004 49
2,111 00
3,046 05
786 35
154,370 97
133,582 14
31,502 37
14,038 28
1,701,309 34
86,585 72
74,421 34
22,723 19
4,462 00
60,574 18
6,150 00
26,487 86
24 193 11
20,661 51
2,681 24
8,201 36
2,057 96
45,253 85
70,462 77
220,810 38
11,757 15
48 50
15,951 23
39,354 13
180,395 77
2,768 61
276,081 68
20,566 43
123,063 02
1897-98.
1st July to
30th June.
$199,047 46
1,400 00
525 18
9,263 80
8,952 54
8,577 22
8,275 37
47,760 86
6,570 34
1,476 56
3,606 36
1898-99
1st July to
30th June.
132,145 80
167,848 72
39,152 48
40,156 52
1,653,996 17
84,924 54
15,154 43
68,042 18
9,700 00
60,140 80
6,107 00
26,262 79
43,828 60
5,261 21
10,139 18
3,811 78
47,965 96
100,813 71
247,756 37
16,877 81
48 50
19,736 76
197,956 60
179,399 00
8,165 28
348,517 39
20,503 44
171,816 36
2,087,347 16
86,315 31
47,905 49
34,241 IS
51,238 08
6,030 00
26,221 79
$215,974 63
813 86
706 62
9,253 80
9,502 81
8,577 22
3,633 47
47,760 86
8,214 10
1,581 83
3,071 11
10,000 00
131,578 40
184,781 75
43,603 37
34,219 09
59,839 23
3,667 53
11,665 16
4,380 89
57,553 27
86,630 28
268,663 46
16,756 05
48 50
12,521 70
252,137 61
9,207 51
3,592 20
661,108 25
15,037 64
148,864 40
2,156,473 :
26,109 44
268,282 97
50,624 16
6,030 00
26,209 90
1899-1900.
1st July to
30th June.
$248,637 03
9,253 80
10,084 68
8,677 22
4,012 18
64,250 86
10,027 98
1,166 63
110,678 72
1,266 04
10,000 00
172,577 24
119,073 36
47,993 18
30,748 89
60,773 72
3,328 79
12,126 10
1,999 24
53,395 92
96,001 44
286,319 10
15,595 54
11,576 24
6,261 46
323,328 90
7,126 34
1,947,412 38
106,206 72
1,841,205 66
10,000 00
1,831,205 66
46,760 83
88,736 20
50,497 68
6,030 00
26,143 75
1,218 55
1900-1901.
1st July to
30th June.
$255,393 68
9,253 80
10,713 98
8,577 22
4,421 84
64,260 86
12,453 42
2,159 07
3,277 66
10,000 00
232,013 49
107,404 27
76,151 06
39,635 32
68,312 11
3,701 24
12,169 59
2,032 20
83,523 23
108,016 72
318,507 17
20,110 85
198,758 83
4,403 31
534,661 26
16,814 23
2,407,492 33
109,671 12
2,297,821 21
10,000 00
2,287,821 21
43,438 57
42,764 46
50,651 19
6,030 00
26,222 96
1901-1902
1st July to
30th June.
$ 294,924 48
9,253 80
11,374 07
8,577 22
4,851 56
64,250 86
14,989 20
2,654 57
3,323 16
10,000 00
252,833 38
117,687 91
42,785 98
47,111 85
57,138 86
3,740 70
18,293 70
3,990 85
87,640 74
106,408 83
365,922 15
23,125 00
18,040 97
4,105 48
708,919 07
20,042 19
193,894 67
2,537,373 71
65,485 60
55,759 07
50,228 40
6,523 00
26,262 52
Note.—'Sill.— Miscellaneous.— In Expenditures for 1886-87 is included the sum of $37,500 bonus to the C. P. Railway Co. for branch line to New Westminster.
for 1888-89 are included the sums of $20,000 grant to Building Fund of Jubilee Hospital, $24,385.39 aid to Quartz Mining, and $3,000 bonus to Woollen Mill.
for 1889-90 is included the sum of $7,126.41 aid to Quartz Mining.
for 1890-91 do $19,321.29 do.
for 1891-92, Discount and Commission, include $135,800.00, Discount on £200,000; Commissions, $26,484.60; and Stamp Duty, $6,031.25.
for 1892-93 are included the sums of $24,196.73 for Quarantine Expenses, and $13,118.71 for Provincial Exhibit at World's Fair, Chicago.
for 1893-94 is included the sum of $30,005.01, Protection of Property and Aid to Settlers, Lower Fraser River, in consequence of Floods.
for 1893-94, Discount and Commission, include $53,995.05, Discount on £123,700, and Commission and Brokerage, 816,687.87.
for 1894-95, do. do.     $101,850.00,       do. £420,000, do. do. and Stamp Duty, $65,661.71.
for 1899-1900, do. do.     $65,807.00, do. £340,000, do. do. do.        $41,600.13.
for 1900-1901 are included the cost of two Sessions, there being a special Session in July, 1900.
t Province of British Columbia, Consolidation of / Premium on conversion of £181,400 Debentures, Loans of 1877 and 1887, into £241,060 |_ „„„„ o,, „„
Public Debt -Total to 30th June, 1897 \ 3 % Inscribed Stock ) <mo»,ooi.uu.
Do.
do.
Do.
do.
Do.
do.
I.—Public Debt.
do.
XIIL—Miscellaneous.
do.
Do.
do.
I.—Public Debt.
do.
Do.
do.
Do.
do.
IV.—Legislation.
do.
J. McB. SMITH,
Deputy Minister of Finance. B 23
Note.—For statement of Receipts and Expenditure
from 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1902, see Table
No. 2 on preceding page.
TABLE NO. 3.
COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF THE RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE OF THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA,
From 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1904.
REVENUE.
Dominion of Canada:—
Annual payment of Interest   	
Do. Subsidy   	
Do. Grant per capita 	
Do.        for Lands conveyed	
Land Sales	
Land Reverj ue	
Survey Fees	
Rents, exclusive of Land	
Timber Leases	
Timber Royalty and Licences	
Free Miners' Certificates	
Mining Receipts, General	
Licences	
Fines and Fees of Court	
Probate Fees	
Succession Duty	
Law Stamps	
Registry Fees	
Sale of Government Property	
Marriage Licences	
Revenue Tax	
Real Property Tax	
Personal Property Tax	
Wild Land Tax	
Income Tax	
Mineral Tax	
Royalty and Tax on Coal ,	
Revenue Service Refunds	
Tax Sale Deeds	
Acreage Tax on Crown-granted Mineral Claims	
Commission and Fees on Sales for Taxes	
Printing Office	
Registered Taxes (all denominations)   	
Bureau of Mines  	
Hospital for the Insane	
Provincial Home    ....   	
Reimbursements for keep of prisoners	
Chinese Restriction (Act, 1884, Dominion Statutes).
Interest	
Miscellaneous Receipts	
Interest on Investment of Sinking Funds .
Net Revenue .
Loan Act, 1902 (£721,000)	
Loan Act, 1903	
Deposits on account of Intestate Estates (receipts) .
Do n Suitors' Fund u
Do i, Tax Sales' surplus     h
Shuswap & Okanagan Railway receipts (Act, 1890)..
Nakusp & Slocan Railway receipts (Act, 1894)	
1902-1903
1st July to
30th June.
$ 29.
35.
144.
100.
64
70.
1
84
214.
67.
148.
57!
12.
8,
12
11
75
1
5.
142.
205.
93
7i:
28.
78.
75
4
2,009,412 05
35,218 30
2,044,630 35
3,496,850 00
65,601 44
49,804 34
19,571 66
6,976 37
1903-1904
1st July to
30th June.
$ 29,151 06
85,000 00
142,925 60
100,000 00
118,276 89
55,574 60
1,231 90
143 00
116,382 90
289,366 93
59,854 75
108,270 55
61,091 73
13,554 45
12,352 82
29,625 58
11,946 65
80,057 93
2,533 39
6,560 00
148,725 00
287,497 88
175,435 19
112,233 35
72,102 79
65,844 09
95,000 60
1,019 93
20 00
28,696 35
1,087 12
23,016 10
78 72
831 35
15,761 62
1,771 82
3,261 30
258,050 00
7,885 94
26,048 90
'52,597,867 68
40,393 00
1,000,000 00
68,264 48
29,133 84
1,877 93
21,896 27
9,429 66
EXPENDITURE.
I.—Public Debt:—
Interest 	
* Sinking Funds (chargeable to Investment acc't.) as follows: :—
Trustees' account, " Loan Act, 1877 "	
Do       Interest invested, it 	
Do " Loan Act, 1877 "	
Do       Interest invested, n 	
Do " Loan Acts, 1891, '93, '95, '99 & 1902'
Do       Interest invested, 1, n
Premium and Exchange	
Discount and Commission	
Incidental Expenses of negotiating Loan, 1902	
t Redemption of Debentures (Loan Act, 1897)	
II.—Civil Government (Salaries)	
III.—Administration of Justice (Salaries)	
IV.—Legislation	
V.—Public Institutions (Maintenance):-
Printing Office	
Hospital for the Insane	
Museum.
Provincial Home.
Bureau of Mines.
VI.—Hospitals and Charities 	
VII.—Administration of Justice (other than Salaries) .
VIII.—Education	
IX. —Transport	
X.—Rent    :	
XI.—Revenue Services	
XII.—Public Works:
Works and Buildings	
Government House, Victoria	
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves .
Surveys 	
New Westminster Bridge   	
XIII.—Miscellaneous.
* Less amount of Sinking Funds as above, chargeable to Investm't acc't.
t Less Redemption of Debentures (Loan 1897) chargeable against Loan.
Net Expenditure	
Deposits on account of Intestate Estates (repaid)
Do 11 Suitors' Fund 11        	
Do 1, Tax Sales' surplus    ,,
Shuswap & Okanagan Railway payments (Act, 1890) .
Nakusp & Slocan Railway payments (Act, 1894)	
1902-1903
1st July to
30th June.
$396,127 82
9,253 80
12,049 99
8,577 22
5,291 5S
99,219 36
17,876 73
8 00
373,215 10
3,042 43
10,000 00
266,459 62
119,319 96
44,456 95
49,688 67
63,443 38
3,747 69
12,343 67
3,670 96
82,970 34
101,092 91
397,643 46
27,226 95
30,329 02
232,240 11
2,648 05
509,039 86
12,444 94
501,501 86
161,522 20
3,555,450 93
152,268 68
3,403,182 25
10,000 00
3,393,1S2 25
59,738 49
38,530 40
50,816 94
26,050 18
1903-1904
1st July to
30th June.
$346,003 54
9,253 80
12,773 80
8,577 22
5,762 78
99,219 36
21,856 42
2,980 90
5,639 40
10,000 00
260,566 28
124,258 85
79,719 60
49,903 21
67,798 98
3,614 99
13,109 74
2,811 96
123,875 01
103,787 48
415,358 43
28,644 60
24,155 36
142,291 40
3,811 78
406,612 92
5,191 31
470,743 30
181,915 70
3,030,237 47
157,143 38
2,872,794 09
10,000 00
2,862,794 09
68,242 78
39,572 75
419 26
50,139 15
26,216 34
Note.—In Expenditure for 1902-1903, Discount and Commission include $279,748 for discount on Loan of £721,000, also Commissions, Stamp Duty, etc., on same, $88,886.46.
J. McB. SMITH,
Deputy Minister of Finance. 4 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
B 25
STATEMENT
SHOWING DETAILS OF AMOUNT BROUGHT TO ACCOUNT IN THE REVENUE RETURN
UNDER THE HEAD OF " MISCELLANEOUS RECEIPTS " (See PAGE 27).
Boiler inspection and engineers' examination fees	
Fees for Private Bills, Legislative Assembly	
Payment of Municipal Debenture No. 2 by Richmond Municipality	
Coal-miners' examination fees	
Fees under " British Columbia Immigration Act"	
Forfeited election deposits	
Fees under " Water Clauses Act" •	
Notarial fees    	
Fees for teachers' certificates	
Copies of documents and filing same	
Surveyors' examination fees and certificates	
Refund of cost of special meetings of Licence Commissioners	
Teachers' examination fees 	
Sale of maps	
Hire receipts ■	
Fees for filing deeds of partnership	
Naturalization fees	
Official Scalers' Licences	
Cash found on dead bodies	
Refund of cost of maintenance in hospitals	
Sale of Voters' Lists	
Bonus on timber lease ...   	
Searches    	
Refund of part of cost of funeral expenses	
Fees for preparing leases	
Coal mine managers' examination fees	
Cheques drawn, but not presented for payment	
Fees under "Horticultural Board Act"	
Exchange on cheques	
Refund of cost of railway tickets	
Cattle brand fees	
Sale of Acts            	
Refund of cost of cases for travelling libraries	
Fees for use of pile driver	
Fees for filing- objections to voters under " Provincial Elections Act"	
Refund of overpayment on vouchers 	
Refund of balance of incidental expenses from Pilot Bay    School Trustees (school closed),
do ii Newton Road ., n
do ii Blue Springs n u
do ii Alert Bay ,, n
do i. St. Elmo ,, ,,
do ii Otter Point n u
do ii Coldstream i, n
Sale of log scales	
Gain from sale of stumping powder	
Fees under " Motor Vehicle Act "	
Sale of steel tapes	
Gain on gold dust received as revenue	
Exhumation fees under "Graveyard Act"	
Refund of cost of prosecution	
do       freight charges	
Fees under " Jurors' Act"	
Sale of anti-toxine	
Timber mark fees	
Commission on auctioneers' sales ....    	
Refund of grant in aid	
Mechanics' liens	
Fees for use of telephone	
Refund of Customs duty	
Payment received for work done by prisoners	
Registration fee under " Live Stock Act "	
Total  $25,048 90
Amount.
277 50
420 00
400 00
954 00
864 00
800 00
725 00
640 00
595 00
611 35
498 00
458 55
3S0 00
326 25
321 00
314 00
307 94
300 00
272 00
239 04
210 26
200 00
170 20
167 94
157 00
145 00
124 09
120 00
97 09
92 46
90 50
83 25
78 00
75 00
71 00
56 28
50 00
40 00
31 50
25 45
25 00
15 15
6 76
48 00
42 04
38 00
30 00
25 95
20 00
17 00
16 95
16 00
12 50
10 00
8 16
7 85
6 96
6 50
3 85
2 00
1 00
Audit Office,
24th December, 1904.
J. A. ANDERSON,
Auditor- General.  B 27
REVENUE FOE, THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED 30th JUNE, 1904.
Return of Revenue Collected and brought to Account at the Treasury, from 1st July, 1903,  to 30th June,   1904.
Received
from
sundry
sources at
Treasury.
Victoria
City
District.
South
Victoria
District.
The
Islands
District.
Esquimalt
District.
Cowichan
District.
Alberni.
District.
Nanaimo
City
District.
North
Nanaimo
District.
South
Nanaimo
District.
Comox
District.
New Westminster
City
District.
Westminster
District.
Vaucouv'r
City
District.
Yale District.
Lillooet
District.
East
Kootenay
District.
West
Kootenay
District.
Cariboo
District.
Cassiar District.
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
Company.
Esquimalt
and
Nanaimo
Railway
Company.
Total.
Heads op Receipt.
Yale
and
Ashcroft.
Similkameen
and
Fairview.
Nicola.
Kamloops.
Okanagan
Heads of Receipt.
Cariboo.
Omineca.
Telegraph
Creek.
Skeena.
Atlin and
Lake
Bennett.
Dominion of Canada :—
Do.                   Subsidy     35,000 00
Do.                  Grant per capita (on 178,657). 142,925 60
307,076 66
$307,076 66
118,276 89
55,574 60
1,231 90
143 00
116,382 90
289,366 93
59,854 75
108,270 55
61,091 78
18,554 45
12,352 32
29,625 58
11,946 65
80,057 93
2,533 39
6,560 00
148,725 00
287,497 88
175,435 19
112,233 35
72,102 79
65,844 09
95,600 60
1,019 93
20 00
28,696 35
1,087 12
23,016 10
78 72
831  35
15,761 62
1,771 32
3,261 30
258,050 00
40,393 00
7,885 94
25,048 90
44   75
10 00
2,212 60
1,856 00
122 40
584 50
336 75
32 85
342 00
412 50
207 30
20 00
916 40
261 75
157 75
23,963 70
2,616 55
70 00
1,650 00
608 05
1,653 10
6,535 81
135 25
2,627 50
2,107 15
48 00
37,233 21
3,206 90
655 95
81 00
4,285 45
621 10
166 80
15,409 15
1,335 75
8,094 12
8,827 60
24 00
12 00
13,495 85
6,394 85
1,105 10
250 00
3 00
7,422 25
3,371 55
1,075 25
387 00
24,855 30
115 50
573 75
214 00
24 15
Survey Fees.
50 00
22,755 65
288,313 05
4,999 55
2,192 15
3,236 00
2,919 70
6,402 00
4,407 50
16,886 90
36,879 05
15,029 50
100 00
414 45
12 00
2 37
40 00
676 50
1,082 60
1,380 00
280 00
1,011 51
5,217 25
25,278 20
3,607 50
549 45
Timber Royalty and Licences.
513 50
1,663 55
915 00
65 00
1,613 50
1,209 05
840 00
261 60
705 75
1,595 00
365 00
37 95
4,408 10
1,739 10
1,858 13
576 00
1,181 25
3,670 10
1,867 50
846 25
2,451 50
4,669 00
2,462 50
206 75
2,167 50
1,675 40
1,055 00
355 30
93 33
520 50
282 25
1,021 26
490 00
15 20
1,002 25
3,198 65
2,167 50
464 50
4,106 00
5,595 50
14,400 60
2,920 80
132 58
27,621 00
30,024 86
14,712 35
1,037 20
447 79
2,330 50
21,023 25
2,132 50
502 50
449 25
2,622 66
335 00
1,693 50
512 50
392 50
146 00
891 25
372 00
Mining Receipts General.
725 00
255 00
1,670 00
447 50
812 00
641 70
980 00
401 SO
140 00
140 00
155 00
4,053 00
3,222 50
4,422 18
3,849 65
249 50
5 00
457 33
30 00
2,710 09
20,259 73
3,918 75
22,004 2!0
2,055 00
22,308 00
115 00
7,816 35
8,385 85
1,809 75
86,872 74
Succession Duty.
Law Stamps.
Registry Fees.
Sale of Government Property.
Marriage Licences.
37 40
8 00
101 60
129 10
841 25
6,746 62
13 60
495 00
6,768 00
59 90
22 30
21 90
294 70
7,231 09
102 84
105 00
4,041 00
8,472 57
7,220 60
1,057 50
271 01
39 15
190 00
138 25
403 00
180 00
2,568 00
17,949 41
4,626 SO
447 90
44 15
64 00
84 35
950 10
232 50
2,730 20
7,028 18
76 90
2 00
2 00
287 00
78 00
45 00
110 00
3,912 00
3,860 87
2,579 82
6,965 82
1,103 95
500 00
190 00
17,625 00
8,323 90
12,816 04
5,269 71
143 82
225 00
40 00
1,329 00
3,802 36
2,938 69
360 71
28 62
140 96
1,405 00
13,251 00
27 00
40,817 76
30 00
3,234 00
3,133 43
2,254 31
7,994 69
184 41
6,637 75
15 00
783 00
2,508 22
233 73
3,089 66
1 89
42 10
75 00
4,545 00
8,661 19
1.506 58
5,178 97
170 10
1,100 16
16,392 40
18 00
105 00
5,364 00
6,075 75
2,720 51
33,242 07
383 82
25 00
1,416 0C
8,398 30
1,899 11
1,029 75
8 51
290 70
25 00
432 00
10,842 43
3,882 15
280 80
2 00
40 00
1,209 00
8,959 45
4,644 90
2,308 67
50 90
56 46
350 00
17,706 00
21,276 74
5,882 29
8,818 25
379 25
1,264 98
54,121 99
120 25
1,100 00
29,988 00
49,915 18
18,352 30
29,818 63
12,429 84
49,223 33
10 00
3,183 00
3,063 23
3,120 44
234 70
237 21
2,335 99
15 0C
231 00
78 49
211 45
18 00
27 00
328 16
35 00
1,350 00
3,913 83
1,091 80
3 60
169 95
4,174 89
1,188 00
21 722 13
1,031 88
1,066 10
17 55
822 00
5,376 92
957 56
1,449 11
40 60
771 00
18,270 74
593 33
3,169 43
570 00
4,810 81
224 40
1,429 28
IS 49
78 00
179 18
108 06
59,343 21
5,810 04
Real Property Tax.
7,027 83
611 79
44,272 87
8,246 95
Wild Land Tax
*  36,620 27
11,752 92
403 52
28 32
209 46
|
13,930 70
6 24
11,155 41
49 75
2 50
91 90
6 65
72 50
10 00
1 25
8 69
19 23
220 50
10 00
589 68
265 23
93 60
2 25
15 62
25 20
8 00
11 25
287 70
52 55
120 60
176 25
7 00
3 75
874 75
5 66
4 25
841 75
38 50
18 00
376 25
42 60
49 75
13 66
17 50
2 25
1,996 75
27 28
6 25
319 42
20 75
7 25
187 25
516 26
17 50
4 75
1,250 50
10 50
60 00
20,748 75
432 20
126 80
660 75
41 00
12 26
24 50
Acreage tax on Crown-granted Mineral  C 1
1 00
50
48 50
18 50
4 50
1 50
44 50
16 25
23 00
3 96
40 00
10 17
22,572 32
78 72
831 35
15,761 62
1,004 17
727 00
258,050 00
40,393 CO
4,201 00
22,520 21
4 00
Registered Taxes (all denominations).
767 15
127 95
....1	
1,806 75
145 25
81 00
97 00
23 25
249 60
3 50
Chinese Restriction (Act 1884, Dominion Statutes)
Interest on Investment of Sinking F'unds.
Interest.
44
10 50
260 54
72 75
175 40
32 21
292 63
35 80
27 06
30,526 95
44 99
5 00
28,423 29
34 22
184 14
91 72
96 13
44 75
775 59
128 50
1 32
108 50
273 09
19 50
68 50
394 65
32 90
113 18
17 16
10 52
1 75
56 35
177 65
67 52
206 18
194 30
57 40
247 08
502 39
604 76
523 76
170 08
15 67
46 55
50
4,100 10
1,060,332 17
123,782 41
26,199 96
9,000 70
35,503 38
30,770 46
11,114 80
43,114 5S
101,578 25
23,187 24
96,090 05
126,355 54
17,618 34
27,406 81
22,286 98
$178,326 96
40,466 36
70,548 47
30,439 88
157,073 20
327,855 99
46,433 86      8,574 92
$50,008 78
31,002 29
48,320 45
59,348 21
5,810 04
$2,638,260 68
$83,422 84
"Note.—This amount of Income Tax, collected in Victoria from Corporations, is placed under the head of Sundry Sources, as it cannot be apportioned to the several districts.
Audit Office,
®4lh December, 1904.
J. A. ANDERSON,
A uditor-General. 4 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
B 29
EXPENDITURE.
SUMMARY   OF   EXPENDITURE   FOR  THE   YEAR   ENDED
30TH  JUNE,  1904.
[Period from 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.]
SERVICE.
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   	
XL- -Revenue Services	
XII.—Public Works :—
Works and Buildings  $142,291 40
Government House, Victoria      3,811 78
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves     406,612 92
Surveys      5,191 31
*New Westminster Bridge (authorised by Act)  470,743 30
XIII.—Miscellaneous.
Note.—Less the following payments,  which are included in the above Expenditure under " Public
Debt:"-
Sinking Fund Investments    $157,443 38
Redemption of Debenture No. 6, " Loan Act, 1897"       10,000 00
Net Expenditure.
Total
Expenditure.
$522,067 22
260,566 28
124,258 35
79,719 50
137,238 88
123,875 01
103,787 43
415,358 43
28,644 60
24,155 36
1,028,650
181,915
3,030,237 47
167,443 38
$2,862,794 09
* The expenditure for New Westminster Bridge, $470,743.30, having been authorised and provided for by the Loan Acts, 1902
and 1903, is not chargeable against the ordinary receipts of Revenue. The total Expenditure, as against Revenue, would therefore
be $2,559,494.17, instead of $3,030,237.47 as above shown.
Note.—The following sums, although not included in expenditure, have been paid out of the ordinary revenue of the
Province, and are chargeable to—
Shuswap and Okanagan Railway, in excess of earnings  $28,242 88
Nakusp and Slocan Railway, do   16,786 68
Victoria and Sidney Railway, 2 % guarantee of interest on bonds    6,030 00
Audit Office,
24th December, 1904.
$61,059 56
J. A. ANDERSON,
A uditor- General.  4 Ed. 7       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904. B 31
DETAILED   EXPENDITURE.
STATEMENT showing the Expenditure, as brought to account in the Treasury
Department, on account of the Province of British Columbia, for the Fiscal Year
ended 30th June, 1904.
|Period from 1st July, 1903, to 30th Jone, 1904.]
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   ets.
$   ets
I. -PUBLIC DEBT.
Vote No. 1.—Interest.
Canadian Bank of Com
merce, London 	
12 mos'. interest @ 6 %. on $462,690.00,
Loan Act, 1877
27,761 40
Do.
12         do.                 4J    „      381,210.00
do.       1887
17,154 46
Glyn, Mills, Currie & Co.
12          do.                 3      „   2,139,141.00
do.       1891
64,174 23
Do.
12         do.                 8      „      599,945.00
do.        1893
17,998 35
Do.
12         do.                 3      „   2,037,000.00
do.        1895
61,110 00
Canadian Bank of Com-
12         do.                 3£    „        40,000.00
do.       1897
1,400 00
Glyn, Mills, Currie & Co.
12         do.                 3      „   1,649,000.00
do.        1899
49,470 00
Do.
12         do.                 3     „   3,496,860.00
do.        1902
104,905 60
Canadian Bank of Com-
2,029 61
346,003 54
Vote No. 2.—Sinking Fund.
B. C. Loan Trustees	
2% 12 mos. ending 30th June, 1903, on $ 462,690.00
Loan Act, 1877
9,253 80
Do.           do	
2i           do.                              do.                       381,210.00
do.      1887
8,577 22
Do.           do	
1           do.                         do.                 2,139,141.00
do.       1891
21,391 41
Do.            do	
1            do.                           do.                     599,945,00
do.       1893
5,999 45
Do.            do	
1           do.                         do.                 2,037,000.00
do.       1895
20,370 00
Do.            do.      	
1            do.                         do.                 1,649,000.00
do.       1899
10,490 00
Do.            do	
1            do.                           do.                  3,496,850.00
do.       1902
34,968 50
Do.            do	
Accrued interest on Sinking Fund Investments,
do.      1877
12,773 80
Do.            do	
do.                                     do.
do.       1887
5,762 78
Do.            do.      ...
do.                                  (Inscribed Stock) Loans 1891, 1893,
1895, 1899 & 1902
21,856 42
157,443 38
Vote No. 3.—Premium and JExehtvnge.
Canadian Bank of Corn-
2,980 90
Vote No. 4.—Discount and Commission
Canadian Bank of Com-
451 12
3,880 00
Glyn, Mills, Currie & Co.
Annual charge for paying interest, inscribing and transferring stock, £800	
Do.                do.
57 49
795 56
455 23
5,639 40
Vote No. 5.—Redemption of Debentures
Canadian Bank of Com-
10,000 00
522,067 22 B 32
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  ets.
$   ets.
R. B. Powell
A. Sherman
H. Payne ..
Hon. R. McBride.
Roberta Nason...
Hon. A. S. Goodeve
Hon. F. J. Fulton ..
A. Campbell Reddie
J. K. Worsfold	
W. Gordon	
H. S. T. Henderson
A Holmes ....
D. Graham....
F. Tatham	
Do	
R. Lewis	
Do    	
W. H. Bailey ..
Do.
H. Murray	
P. Fraser	
J. A. Northcott
A. Manson ....
Do	
W. Davis	
Hon. R. F. Green
Hon. R. McBride
R. F. Tolmie	
W. F. Robertson.
M S Richardson .
W Engelhardt...
R McKenzie ....
A Crocker	
H Carmichael ...
D E Whittaker ..
S Norman	
T Morgan	
A Dick	
J McGregor	
Hon R G Tatlow
J MoB Smith ...
C R Nairne	
J Flett	
H M Finlayson .
do
J H Dixon	
SHO'Dell 	
J A Anderson ..
HAS Morley..
II.-C1VIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).
Vote No. fi. —Lieutenant- Governor's Office.
Private Secretary  12 months @ $100
Messenger :     9 3/5 m 25
Do     2        ,, 25
Vote No.  7 Premier's Office.
Premier  12 months @ $83 33
Stenographer 12         n 50
Vote No. 8.—Provincial Secretary's Department.
Provincial Secretary     1 13/30 months @ $333.33
Do.            '        114/31        ii 333.33
Deputy Provincial Secretary  12                 n 175
Chief Clerk  111/10         ,, 125
Do        9/10         ii 110
Clerk  12                 ,, 75
(Capitol Buildings' Attendants.)
Chief Janitor     12 months @
Janitor  12
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Extra services during illness of D. Graham ,
12/31
10
75
  12
  1
Services as nightwatchman, in addition to duties as Janitor,
16th September, 1898, to 2nd March, 1900  17J
Engineer   ...              12
Do.       extra services during night sessions	
Carpenter  12
Vote No. 9.—Department of Mines.
Minister of Mines     4 months @ $333.33
Do.      8 ii 333.33
Deputy Minister of Mines  12 u 175
Mineralogist  12 ,, 333.33
Secretary.  10 9-31 ,, 110
Clerk  4§ ii SO
do  12 ii 75
Stenographer  12 n 45
Assistant Mineralogist and Assayer  12 n 125
Assistant Assayer  12 ,, 50
Caretaker and'Janitor  12 n 50
Inspector of Mines  12 n 150
do                12 ii 150
do                 12 ,. 150
Vote No. 10.—Department of Finance and Agriculture.
(Treasury.)
Minister of Finance and Agriculture  12 months (ce $333.33
Deputy Minister of Finance  12 n 200
Clerk '  12
do      12
do   and Typewriter  5
do '   i,   7
do     12
do   and Secretary  5
116
116
75
95
76
100
(Audit Office.)
Auditor-General .
Auditor	
12 months C<* $200
12 n 160
Carried forward.
1,200 00
240 00
50 00
1,000 00
600 00
477 78
483 90
2,100 00
1,387 60
99 00
900 00
1,080 00
720 00
720 00
11 70
720 00
8 65
720 00
8 65
720 00
83 20
175 00
900 00
21 00
960 00
1,333 32
2,666 68
2,100 00
4,000 00
1,131 94
360 00
900 00
540 00
1,500 00
600 0C
600 00
1,800 00
1,800 00
1,800 00
4,000 00
2,400 00
1,380 00
1,380 00
375 00
665 00
900 00
500 00
2,400 00
1,800 00
15,800 00
1,490 00
1,600 00
12,296 :
6,618 32 4 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
B 33
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   ets.
$  ets.
W U Runnalls
J D Wells
W JGoepel...
do
J R Anderson .
A Mackay	
T Cunningham
J Gibbins	
S F Tolmie	
Hon R McBride
Hon R F Green
W S Gore	
W McNeill	
B H John	
T E Wooldridge
S Phipps	
H Cathcart ...
G V Cuppage..
TC Boulton...
W Gordon	
W E Green ....
E B McKay    ..
T Bamford	
CM Roberts...
A S Gore	
G Goddard . ..
A Stewart	
F C Gamble ...
H C Killeen .. .
C H Cookson ..
A Hood	
C M Fawcett ..
R F Child	
Hon A E MoPhillips, K C
Hon Chas Wilson, KG ..
H A Maclean	
O C Bass	
II Crane	
F C Davie	
AM Barrett	
S Y Wootton
EM Fort....
G Simon	
G W Aikman
J S Byrn....
R B Punnett
J H Austin.
M Miller... .
W Wilson ...
II L Nuttall .
Brought forward	
1I.-0TVIL GOVERNMENT (SAhA.UiES).-Continned.
Vote No. 10.—Department of Finance and. Agriculture.—Concluded
(Audit Office.).—Concluded.
Clerk  12 months @ ' $95
do      913-31 ..            80
Inspector of all Offices  12          n           170
Financial Inspector of Hospitals  2          n           25
(Agricultural Branch.)
Deputy Minister of Agriculture      12 months @ $125
Typewriter  12          n 45
Inspector of Fruit Pests  12           u 120
Inspector of Animals  12           h 100
Assistant Inspector of Animals  12           ,, 80
Vote No. 11.—Lands and Works Department.
(Lands Branch.)
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
do ii
Deputy do n ,
Secretary 	
Chief Clerk	
Book-keeper	
Clerk of Records	
Clerk and Stenographer.
4 months @
8 i,
12
8 „
12 ii
12 i,
12
12 ,,
Clerk  12
do      12
do      11 1-10 i,
do              9-10 ,i
Chief Draughtsman  12 ii
Draughtsman  12 n
do  12 ii
do   12 ,,
do   12 i,
Clerk and Messenger     12 n
(Works Branch.)
Public Works Engineer  12 months i
Public Works Inspector     4£
Draughtsman 12"
Clerk    12
Typewriter     12
Messenger  12
S333.33
333.33
200
125
160
110
95
95
95
95
90
80
120
110
100
75
45
40
150
100
85
45
30
Vote No. 12.—Attorneu-General's Department.
Attorney-General	
do 	
Deputy Attorney-General	
Chief Clerk and Stenographer
Clerk	
do    	
Typewriter   	
4J months (<i ¥333.33
7 5-6 „ 333.33
12 ii 225
12 ii 105
12 ii 90
12 ,. 45
12 ii 40
Vote No. 13.—Land Registry Offices.
(Victoria.)
Registrar-General   12 months @ $200
Chief Clerk  12
Clerk  12
do      12
do      12
do      12
do      ii
do     4^
Book-keeper  12
Typewriter  12
Carried forward	
145
100
80
75
100
40
1,140 00
753 55
2,040 00
50 00
1,333 32
2,666 68
2,400 00
1,000 00
1,800 00
1,320 00
1,140 00
1,140 00
1,140 00
1,140 00
999 00
72 00
1,440 00
1,320 00
1,200 00
900 00
540 00
480 00
2,400 00
675 00
1,200 00
1,020 00
540 00
860 00
2,611 12
2,700 00
1,260 00
1,080 00
540 00
480 00
2,400 00
1,740 00
1,200 00
1,080 00
960 00
960 00
360 00
337 50
1,200 00
480 00
10,717 50
36,518 32
25,423 55
28,226 00
100,227 87 B 34
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   ets.
$  ots.
J L G Abbott  ..
F X Martin	
C N Haney	
H J Sharp 	
V J R Christian
S F Hone 	
C S Keith	
C E Holt	
RTF Granger .
A H E Beckett.
WH Edmonds..
W B Charles . ...
E W Morris	
H F MacLeod	
J H Nolan	
C D Jarvis	
R M Palmer	
J PBabcock	
R J Skinner	
J R Martin	
J Murray 	
EOS Scholetteld
A M Russell	
E H Bamford ....
J Sweeney	
P Shakespeare...
J Peck	
S Baxter	
T Goldie 	
G O Madigan	
do ....
A Sutherland ...
T L Turnbull ....
HJMoColl  	
R E Gosnell	
F Clark	
Brought forward	
XL-CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALkKlKS)-Continned.
Vote No. 13.— Land Registry Office.— Concluded.
(Vancouver.)
Registrar  12 months (B $190
Chief Clerk  12           u 125
Clerk  lOi         ,. 100
do         12          " 90
do       12           ii 80
do         5J         n 60
(New Westminster.)
Registrar   12 months (flfi S150
Chief Clerk  12          „ 126
Clerk 12           i, 100
do      12           ii 45
(Kamloops.)
Registrar     12 months @ $150
Chief Clerk  12          n 120
Clerk  12           ,, 50
(Nelson.)
Registrar  12 months @ $150
Chief Clerk   12          ,, 100
Clerk  12           u 80
Vote No. 14.—Commissioner for arranging Freight Rates.
Commissioner  12 months @ $150
Vote No. 15.—Deputy Commissioner of Fislieries.
Deputy Commissioner  12 months (g> $250
Vote No. 16.—Timber Inspectors.
Inspector.    12 months @ $130
Assistant Inspector   12 n 85
Forest Ranger  12 „ 100
Vote No. 17.—Legislative TAbrary.
Librarian  12 months @ $90
Cataloguer    .... 12           ,, 45
Typewriter  12           11 35
Messenger    3           -r 30
do         9           i, 30
Vote No. 18.—Steam Boiler Inspection.
Chief Inspector  12 months @ $135
Inspector, Vancouver Island  12 n 100
do       New Westminster  12 ,, 100
do       Nelson        2 ., 110
do       New Westminster     10 n 100
do       Nelson  11 15-31 n 110
Stenographer 4 months @ $40, $160; and 123 days @ $2, $246
do        3 months @   $50
Vote No. 19.—Statistical Bureau.
Statistician and Secretary of Bureau of Information and
Immigration  12 months @ $175
Clerk  12 „ 35
Carried forward	
10,717 50 100,227 87
2,280 00
1.500 00
1,050 GO
1,080 00
960 00
310 00
1,800 00
1,500 00
1,200 00
540 00
1,800 00
1,440 00
600 00
1,800 00
1,200 00
960 00
1,560 00
1,020 00
1,200 00
1,080 00
540 00
420 00
90 00
270 00
1,620 00
1,200 00
1,200 00
220 00
1,000 00
1,263 20
406 00
150 00
2,100 00
420 00
30,737 50
3,000 00
3,780 00
2,400 00
7,059 20
2,520 00 4 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
B 35
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   ets.
J B McKilligan.
C S McKilligan
T B Hall	
J K Worsfold.
WO Carter...
do
S McB Smith .
do
J Maitland-Dougall .
Geo Thomson.
A L Smith..
J P Powell .
MBrav.
M Bate.
J Sage .
D Robson	
J Mahoney 	
S A Fletcher	
C C Fisher	
.1 J Johnston	
II C Major 	
W A Dashwood-Jones..
W L Fagan	
G A Besscll	
II Brooke	
.1 E Griffith  ...
C E Hamilton
S G Robbins ...
F C Lang	
,1 Bulman
J F Armstrong
A C Nelson	
Brought forward	
II.-CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALAmm.-Continned.
Vote No. 20.—Surveyor of Taxes and Inspector of Revenue.
Surveyor and Inspector  12 months @ $175
Clerk and Typewriter  12 n 40
Vote No. 21.—Assessor's Office, Victoria.
Assessor  12 months @ $150
do     9-10      ii 140
Assistant Assessor     11           u 100
Clerk     1           ,, 95
do   11           i, 95
Assistant Assessor     1           ,, 100
Vote No. 22.—Administrative Staff, Cowichan Agency.
Government Agent and Assessor   12 months @ $100
Vote No. 23.—Administrative Staff, Ladysmith Agency.
Government Agent  12 months @ $100
Vote No. 24.—Administrative Staff', Alberni Agency.
Government Agent and Assessor  12 months (ff   $95
Clerk overtime, $49.13; 5 months 11 days @ $50, $278.83
Vote No. 25.—Administrative Staff, Como:r Agency.
Government Agent and Assessor  12 months (ff $100
Vote No. 20.—Administrative Staff, Nanaimo Agency.
Government Agent  12 months @ $130
Assessor and Collector    12 ,, 115
Janitor and Messenger .12 ,, 50
Vote No. 27.—Administrative Staff, New   Westminster Agency.
Government Agent, New Westminster  12 months (a $150
Assistant          do                  m                  12 .       ,, '    100
Clerk,                                      n                   12 „ 90
Assessor,                                 n                  12 ,, 120
Clerk,                                      »                   12 ,, S5
do                                            ii                    12 ,, 85
Janitor,                                   n                    12 ,, 75
| Assessor and Collector, Vancouver  12 M 120
Clerk,                                      .i         12 „ 80
do                                         „         12 „ 80
Vote No. 28.—Administrative Staff, Fast Kootenay Agencies.
(Northern Division—Golden Agency.)
Government Agent  12 months (ff $135
Clerk  7i        „           65
do     3           ,, 4d.     65
Mining Recorder and Assessor  12          ,,            90
do               Windermere  12          ,,            75
(Southern Division—Fort Steele Agency.)
Government Agent  12 months (ff $135
Assessor and Collector ,     12 n 80
Carried forward 	
:,100 00
480 00
1,800 00
126 00
1,100 00
95 00
1,045 00
100 00
1,140 00
327 96
1,560 00
1,380 00
600 00
1,800 00
1,200 00
1,080 00
1,440 00
1,020 00
1,020 00
900 00
1,440 00
960 00
960 00
1,620 00
487 50
203 40
1,080 00
900 00
1,620 00
960 00
6,870 90
2,580 00
1,200 00
3,540 00
11,820 00
178,798 53 B 36
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  ets.
J Hislop 	
G Goldie	
J F Smith	
R A Fraser	
H S Clark	
¥ A Tannhauser
L R Forbes	
R A Renwick ...
H Wright	
C D Blackwood.
do
F W Laing  	
P Wright  	
J Harwood .  ...
do        	
J K Salter	
WNRolfe	
E E Chipman  ..
A Lucas	
C C Daley	
R J Stenson ....
HP Christie....
A Mclnnes	
J Kirkup	
J E Hooson. . .
E Job	
W G McMynn ..
J S Birnie	
S R Almond ....
W R Dewdney..
F Fraser 	
vV E McLauchlin
E Edwards	
C Rider	
W J Fraser.....
WSmythe	
M Edwards	
W Scott	
J Bowron	
J McKen ......
J L B McLain .
W Stephenson..
G E Stephenson
J Mackay 	
F W Valleau...
Brought forward	
II.-CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES)-C7m«Mi,«eeJ.
Vote No. 28.—Administrative Staff, Fast Kootenay Agencies.—
Concluded.
(Southern Division—Fort Steele Agency.)—Concluded.
Mining Recorder       7 months @ $80
Clerk   12           „ 65
do  12           i, 60
do     2           i, 65
do     12           ,, 60
Typewriter  12           ,, 30
Collector of Revenue, Fernie    12           ,, 60
Vote No. 29.—Administrative Staff, West Kootenay Agencies.
(Nelson Agency.)
Government Agent.   .......     12 months @ $135
Mining Recorder
do 	
Deputy Mining Recorder
Clerk.'	
do 	
do 	
Janitor	
do     	
Mining Recorder, Creston .
20 d. 120
100
75
75
75
75
50
50
90
(Slocan Agency.)
Government Agent, Kaslo     12 months @ $135
Mining Recorder and Assessor,        h       12 ,, 120
Clerk, ,.      12 „ 75
do ii    . .8 mos. @ $60, $480 ; 4 mos. @ $75, $300
Mining Recorder, Slocan  12 months (ff     90
do New Denver  12 „ 90
(Rossland Agency.)
Government Agent  12 months (ff $150
Mining Recorder         12 n 90
Clerk       12 ,, 85
(Greenwood Agency.)
Government Agent, Greenwood     12 months @ $125
Clerk, ,i   12 ,, 60
Mining Recorder, Grand Forks  12 t, 90
Clerk, ii   12 ,i 60
(Revelstoke Agency.)
Government Agent, Revelstoke       12 months (ff $135
86
65
3C
30
30
30
90
Mining Recorder,
Clerk, ii
Janitor, i
do     ' ,i
do i
do ,
Mining Recorder, Nakusp .
12
12
4
2
4
1
12
4d.
27 d.
Vote No. 30.— Administrative Staff, Cariboo Agencies.
(Barkf.rvillf. Agency.)
Government Agent  12 months @ $150
Mining Recorder    12 ,, 85
Janitor  12 n 10
(Forks Quesnel Agency.)
Government Agent  12 months @ $110
Clerk   12 „ 60
Mining Recorder, Horsefly     4£ n 95
(Omineca Agency.)
Government Agent  12 months @ $125
Carried forward,
6,870 90 178,798 63
560 00
780 00
720 00
130 00
600 00
360 00
720 00
1,620 00
197 40
600 00
450 00
675 00
150 00
600 00
200 00
400 00
680 00
1,620 00
1,440 00
900 00
780 00
1,080 00
1,080 00
1,800 00
1,080 00
1,020 00
1,500 00
720 00
1,080 00
720 00
1,620 00
1,020 00
780 00
120 00
60 00
123 50
56 50
1,080 00
1,800 00
1,020 00
120 00
1,220 00
720 00
427 50
10,740 90
25,202 40
6,907 50
221,649 33 4 Ed. 7       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
B 37
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$    ets.
J Porter	
J A Fraser ...
H Young . ..
E J Thain ....
R B Anderson
II B Cameron
W J Rant ....
W B Smith ...
W Dalby	
J Flewin	
G C Tunstall .
E T W Pearse
E Fisher	
F Coke  	
L Norris	
H F Wilmot ..
C E Costerton
T Hunt	
I1 Stevens
CAR Lambly
J R Brown ...
F Soues 	
C Phair	
J W Burr ....
W Dodd	
G Murray ....
II Hunter ...
J Orr	
C Hopper ....
F I Clarke....
Brought forward	
II.-CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES) -Continued.
Vote No. 31.—Administrative Staff, Cassiar Agencies.
(Telegraph Creek Agency.)
Government Agent ,     12 months @ $125
(Atlin Agency.)
Government Agent, Atlin  12 months @ $175
Clerk,
Mining Recorder, h    	
Clerk, 	
do i,    	
Mining Recorder, Wells	
Clerk, „    	
Mining Recorder, Lake Bennett .
12
12
12
12
6
6
5
95
120
95
95
125
95
125
(Skeena Agency.)
Government Agent, Port Simpson     12 months @ $125
Vote No. 32.—Administrative Staff, Kamloops Agency.
Government Agent  12 months @ $130
Mining Recorder and Assessor   12 ,,          105
Clerk   12 ,,            50
Janitor    12 M            45
Vote No. 33.—Administrative Staff,   Vernon Agency.
Government Agent  12 months (ff $125
Assessor  12          n          100
Clerk  12          ii            75
Janitor  9           ,,            15
do         3           u            15
Vote No. 34.—Administrative Staff, Fairview Agency.
Government Agent  12 months (ff $110
Mining Recorder    12 h 85
Vote No. 35.—Administrative Staff, Clinton Agency.
Government Agent, Clinton   12 months @ $125
Mining Recorder and Assessor, Lillooet  12 n 120
Vote No. 30.—Administrative Staff, Ashcroft Agency.
Government Agent and Assessor, Ashcroft   12 months (ff $110
Mining Recorder, etc., Yale  12 ,, 80
Vote No. 37.—Administrative Staff, Nicola Agency.
Government Agent and Assessor   12 months @ $100
Vote No. 38.—Administrative Staff, Similkameen Agency.
Mining Recorder and Assessor, Princeton     12 months @   $90
Vote No. 39.-Temporary Assistance.
Services in Bureau of Information & Immigration, to June, 1904.. .13mos. @$45
do ii n 10 mos. <ff $10;   3      „     15
do ii ii 2 days @ 3.50
Carried forward	
1,500 00
2,100 00
1,140 00
1,440 00
1,140 00
1,140 00
750 00
570 00
625 00
1,500 00
1,560 00
1,260 00
600 00
540 00
1,500 00
1,200 00
900 00
135 00
45 00
1,320 00
1,020 00
1,500 00
1,440 00
1,320 00
960 00
585 00
145 00
7 00
737 00
221,649 33
11,905 00
3,960 00
3,780 00
2,940 00
2,280 00
1,080 00
251,134 33 B 38
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
F Clarke	
L M Bowron...
do
do
do
E Earle	
W M Davie	
do
J T Wilson ....
R Nason 	
G B Martin. ..
H Engelhardt .
M Langley ...
M Brown	
M O'Keefe....
S McB Smith ..
R Mackenzie ..
A Crocknr	
C S McKilligan
L Gray	
H G Mason	
W E Green ....
F L Wilmer ...
R F Child	
W E Green	
F L Wilmer ...
do
W U Runnalls .
J D Wells	
E F G Richards
M Matheson ..
H J Painter   ..
WE Blossom..
H J Sharp	
E J Stevens ...
M M Doherty..
A E Vert	
H J McColl ...
A H E Beckett
T L Turnbull .
H D Morten .. .
F A Anley. .. .
R G Thomson
E Marshall ...
F H Shepherd .
A Faulds	
V H George .. .
F Bell	
E M Soues 	
J A Monteith .
C A Willerson .
C M Snowden .
J Downing ....
J S McFarlane .
G E Winkle ...
J M Murray ...
J M B Spinks  .
C Outhett	
M F Fraser....
E M Buck	
J C Murray ...
W Armstrong..
W G Carpenter
0 B N Wilkie ..
N Taylor	
S E Robbins ...
B E Sharpe ...
J Harwood ....
J M Carney....
W J Green ....
do .   .
C S Rashdall ..
J Hislop 	
N A Wallinger.
W H Whimster
L R Forbes	
J Stevenson ...
Brought forward	
II.-CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SAI,ARim).~Concluded).
Vote No. 39.—Temporary Assistance.— Concluded.
Services
do
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in Bureau of Information and
nmiigration
  26 days (ff $1.26
3 weeks (ff $35 per month.
)days(
1.50
2
2.50
2.50
2.50
Typewriting, Provincial Secretary's Department	
Premier's Office  2mos. @$50
allowance for overtime while acting as Stenographer for Premier....
Agricultural Department, Victoria, 8 mos. 7, dav (ff $75
n „ 18 days®  1.50
,i „ 10       ,i       1.50
Attorney-General's Office,       m 3       m       2
Education Department, i- 3       n       2
Assessor's Office, n June, 1903, 1 month
Mines Department, n
Surveyor of Taxes and Inspector of Revenue,
Lands and Works Dept., Victoria,
Assessor's Office, Victoria,
Audit Office,
1
1
1
17jdays(ff$2
I mo. (ff 75
,i 7 mos.   3 days® 80
i, 6    ii      25        „     80
, i       overtime	
overtime, $24.50; 3    ii      29       „     80
i, 8.00; 4    ,,     30       „      80
,, n 35.50; 19       ,,      80
preparing Public Accounts, overtime, 82 hours @  .50
„ ,i 48       ., .50
Assessor's Office, Vancouver, 11 days (ff  3
ii ii 30       i,   "   3
ii „ 123       ,i       3
.. „ 153       ,,       2.50
Land Registry Office, ,, extra work	
ii M typewriting	
ii ii 2mos. @$50
Assessor's Office,        New Westminster, 144 days ®  3
Land Registry Office, ,i 262      n      2
ii ii arrears,      2 mos. @ 45
Office Chief Inspector of Boilers & Machinery, N. West. 51 days @   2
Government Agent's Office, Duncan, 4 mos.   9       u     60
ii Cumberland, 4 mos. @ 60
" Ladysmith, 31 days ®   1
,, ,, 1 mo. @$65, 37       ,i       2.50
as Inspector of Mines, Nanaimo, 2j weeks (ff $50 per week.
.. i. 3"      „ 50
Mining Recorder's Office, Yale	
Government Agent's Office, Vernon, typewriting-
Clinton,
Fairview,
Princeton,
Nicola,
Kamloops,
Revelstoke,
,,     12 d.
Trout Lake,
Golden,
Nelson,
New Denver,
Fort Steele,
ii
Fernie,
ii       arrears, !
Barkerville	
15
20J
1 d. @$2.50; 20"
18
1
31
12
m. 16
4 days® $2.50
; 82.50; :
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.75
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
12
3
1
30J
21"
10
2 mos. 11
3J months @ 40
7 mos. 2 daj's @ 60
3
3
3
3
3
2.50
3
25
month .
15
10
6
30
8
70
3
2.56
3
3
737 00
32 50
27 00
133 50
36 00
17 50
12 50
42 50
10 00
100 00
100 00
601 20
27 00
15 00
6 00
6 00
115 00
75 00
40 00
40 00
35 00
25 00
568 00
544 50
5 00
340 90
407 65
86 15
41 00
24 00
33 00
90 00
369 00
382 50
25 00
71 30
100 00
432 00
524 00
90 00
102 00
258 00
240 00
31 00
157 50
125 00
150 00
10 00
39 50
10 00
37 50
5 00
5 00
17 50
51 25
57 50
45 00
2 50
77 50
30 00
390 00
6 00
36 00
9 00
3 00
91 50
52 50
30 00
58 85
140 00
423 65
105 00
30 00
15 00
90 00
24 00
60 00
48 00
251,134 33
9,431 95
260,566 28 4 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
B 39
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
ets.
$   ets.
B H T Drake	
A Keast	
WPMarchant	
H W H Combe	
G Mackay	
J W Bland	
E Bayntun	
J Kennedy 	
C R Blake	
J Gilbert	
,1 J Cambridge	
E O Malins	
C Calheck	
A E Beck	
J C Dockerill	
A King   	
W Murray	
A Robinson 	
S B Green	
F S Dobson  	
T E Whitehouse ...   .
F Evans	
E T H Simpkins	
T A Mills	
F Schofield	
II B Townsend	
H O'Neill 	
II Stanton 	
GWChadsey 	
E J Scovil	
E M N Woods	
P S Lampman   	
C F Cornwall	
L R Forbes     .
A Henderson	
J A Forin	
E Harrison	
W N Bole	
W W Spinks	
A Leamy	
E J Scovil	
G Pittendrigh   	
H 0 Alexander	
J T Walbran 	
F S Hussey   ..
W H Bullock-Webster
III.-ADMINISTRATION OP JUSTICE (SALARIES).
Vote No. 40.—Supreme Court and County Courts.
(Victoria.)
District Registrar, Supreme Court  12 months (
Deputy       ii ii   12
Clerk ,, „   12
Registrar, County Court  12
Stenographer for Judges  12
Usher  12
Janitor  12
Engineer  12
Elevator Attendant  12
Official Stenographer  12
(New Westminster.)
Registrar, Supreme and County Courts ..     12 months @
Clerk  12 „
Janitor and Messenger  12 M
(Vancouver.)
Registrar, Supreme and County Courts  12 months @
Deputy Registrar,       ,t              n              12 M
Clerk   12
do   12
Stenographer for Judges  6 ■■
Janitor  12 11
do        12 „
do        12
Official Stenographer  12 ,i
(Nelson.)
Registrar, Supreme and County Courts  12 months @
Deputy Registrar,       n n   12 n
(Rossland.)
Registrar, Supreme and County Courts  12 months ®
Deputy Registrar,       n ■■   12 n
Janitor ...  12 n
(Nanaimo.)
Registrar, Supreme and County Courts  12 months @
(Chilltwhack.)
Registrar, County Court  12 months @
(Peterborough. )
Registrar, Count}' Court  12 months @
(Atlin.)
Registrar, County Court  11 months @ :
Vote No. 41.—Stipendiary Magistrates.
Stipendiary Magistrate, Victoria     12 months (ff ;
slGO.OO
110
80
125
50
80
60
65
50
112
8120
55
50
S166. (16
90
65
60
50
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Cariboo .     12
Fernie  12
Vancouver  12
Nelson     12
Nanaimo  12
New Westminster  12
Vernon   12
Yale  12
Golden 6 mos. @ $33.33 ; 6
New Westminster  12
Vancouver  12
West Coast  12
Vote No. 42.—Provincial Police.
60
50
112
$110
$100
95
50
$100
$50
$50
41.66
41.66
41.66
41.66
41.
41.66
41.
41.66
41.
16.
20.83
20.83
Superintendent of Provincial Police, Victoria     12 months @ $165
Acting       ,i n ii      5 ii 110
Carried forward	
2,000 00
1,320 00
720 00
1,500 00
600 00
960 00
720 00
780 00
600 00
1,344 00
1,440 00
660 00
600 00
2,000 00
1,080 00
780 00
720 00
300 00
720 00
720 00
600 00
1,344 00
1,320 00
780 00
1,200 00
1,140 00
600 00
1,200 00
600 00
600 00
1,375 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
299 96
250 00
250 00
60 00
1,980 00
550 00
2,530 00
5,359 96
35,682 90 B 40             Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
&   ets.
§   ets
W H Bullock-Webster...
do
2,530 00
375 00
770 00
1,200 00
840 00
840 00
840 00
840 00
720 00
780 00
840 00
780 00
360 00
180 00
360 00
325 00
585 00
270 00
900 00
750 00
840 00
780 00
780 00
840 00
840 00
770 00
900 00
1,020 00
260 00
304 00
780 00
300 00
1,080 00
840 00
490 00
960 00
840 00
490 00
490 00
490 00
1,020 00
780 00
900 00
162 50
85 00
780 00
780 00
840 00
770 00
650 00
960 00
75 00
720 00
180 00
720 00
306 00
780 00
840 00
912 00
270 00
292 50
780 00
720 00
780 00
720 00
780 00
780 00
780 00
876 00
390 00
900 00
870 00
780 00
840 00
325 00
840 00
780 00
780 00
35,682 96
III.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (SAJjAniW).~Continned.
Vote No. 42.—Provincial Police.—Continued.
Allowance for extra services as Acting Superintendent   ...    5 months ® $ 75
Sergeant, Provincial Police, Victoria   12           >>           100
Constable,                n                  .i         12           „            70
do       (Night watchman, Parliament Buildings)  12           n            70
do      Metchosin    12          „           60
do       Mayne     12           „            65
do       Alberni   12          ,,            70
do       Ucluelet  12           ,,            30
do      Port Renfrew  12          ,,           15
do       Yreka   12           „            30
do       Saanich     4           n 15 d.   60
do       Nelson (5 mos. as Acting Chief Constable) .           12          n            75
D G Cox 	
W Allen	
W Poole	
A M Ego	
C A Cox           	
F G Heal	
C W Young	
J T Black	
do      Phrenix  12          ,,           65
do       Grand Forks    12           n            70
do       Creston     12          ,,            70
do       Ymir     11           „            70
do       Trout Lake   12           „            85
do                ii                4           i,            65
G Cunningham	
J Snell ,	
do                 ii                       4           ii 21 d.   65
do       Trail ".  12          „            25
do            ii           7           ii            70
W J Devitt	
J H McMullen   	
A P Walker 	
A K Farquharson	
do              ii                12           „            70
R L Henderson	
C A Dow	
do       Wardner     7            u             70
C S Campbell	
0 Wilkie
do                       ii                             2           n 16 d.   65
T Smith	
do       Alert Bay     2 months @ 860; 10          n            65
do       Hagensborg  arrears,   50; 12          n            50
do       Heriot Bay  12           ,,            80
J Kirby	
H C Flewin	
W Woollacott 	
H F M Jones	
V W Stewart   	
H Mclndoo	
R B Halhed	
G H Aston	
J A Nesbitt	
do       Penticton  12          n            60
J F Sayre 	
A C Minty 	
G J Walker	
do       Chilcotin     6           n             65
OTHance	
R Pyper	
H S Rose	
W C Winkel	
A S Carter	
54,723 00
35,682 96 4 Ed. 7       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.             B 41
TO WHOM PAID,
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  ets.
$ ets.
54,723 00
550 00
1,140 00
540 00
540 00
1,200 00
35,682 96
III. -ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (SALARl^-Concluded.
Vote No. 42.—Provincial Police.—Concluded.
Constable, 150-Mile House  11 months @ $55
do        Atlin     12           ii             95
do               ,      6           i.             90
do       Wells   12           .,           100
Vote No. 43.—Juvenile Reformatory, Victoria.
Vote No. 44.—Administrative Staff, Victoria. Gaol.
1st Gaoler  12          .,            76
2nd     ,i             12           i,            68
W Owen..   	
H W Heal	
J M Mutter	
58,693 00
1,200 00
960 00
330 00
W M Halliday	
W J Bowden	
R- F John	
2,490 00
1,200 00
912 00
816 00
816 00
912 00
816 00
240 00
J Hunter	
H W Cardew	
A Thomas   	
3rd      i,                           12           ii             68
Vote No. 45.—Administrative Staff, New Westminster Gaol.
R E John 	
W G Armstrong	
5,712 00
1,200 00
912 00
816 00
912 00
816 00
780 00
240 00
1,045 00
912 00
780 00
619 66
do       12           ,i             68
Convict Guard  12           n            76
R B Kelly	
do                 12           „            68
do               12           ,i             65
Matron  12          .,            20
Vote No. 40.—Administrative Staff, Nanaimo Gaol.
Warden  11 months @ $95
M A Beatty	
W. Stewart	
5,676 00
Vote No. 47.— Administrative Staff, Nelson Gaol.
Warden               12 months @ $100
3,356 66
1,200 00
912 00
840 00
840 00
840 00
Gaoler                  12          .,            76
J R Vicars	
J W Hutcheson 	
RBell	
Vote No. 48.—Administrative Staff, Kamloops Gaol.
4,632 00
1,200 00
560 40
61 33
572 00
260 00
900 00
530 00
260 00
do   .                                            23 d.  76
A G Brown	
A G Fuller	
J A McElvie	
T Swift	
Vote No. 49.—Administrative Staff, Vernon Gaol.
4,343 73
1,200 00
912 00
780 00
780 00
3,672 00
124,258 35 B 42
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   ets.
Hon C E Pooley
TFell	
W E Fisher	
H G Mason	
W.I Sanders....
E W Musson .
M McGregor....
N Carmichael ..
AFlett	
D J Herbert
G S Creech	
R J Lang	
W A Graham ...
WACarthew ..
LK Godfrey.. ..
Various Members .
Various Members .
IV.-LEGISLATION.
Vote No. 50.—Sessional Salaries.
Speaker of the House .
Clerk	
Law Clerk	
Sergeant-at-Arms	
Assistant   do
Doorkeeper	
Messenger	
Page	
do   	
do     	
do   	
do   	
do   	
do   	
do   	
Vote No. 51.—Indemnity to Members.
Sessional allowance to 42 members @ $800	
Vote No. 52.—Mileage.
H W H Combe	
J Andrews	
L Macrae	
FI Clarke   	
W H Whittaker    	
G A Morphy	
J A Worthimrton	
W P Marchant 	
D Donaldson	
R J Skinner	
B G Walker	
R E Green	
J A Green	
E A Quigley	
Johnston, Kerfoot & Co.
Clarke & Stuart	
D Donaldson	
H Stanton	
S A Fletcher	
A Peele	
C Eagle	
W Murchie	
A E Vert	
A M Malins	
EFDarcv.	
EBush	
J C Dixon	
A D Nve	
W H Whimster	
R L Henderson	
W E McLaughlin	
R Rogers	
C A Buck	
R A Renwick	
S M Brydges 	
W R Williams	
E A Nash    	
T H Atkinson 	
T W Coleman	
Canada Drug & Book Co.
C E Costerton	
W T Kergin, M D	
W R Lord	
T A Gregg	
J. Flewin 	
R Cunningham & Son ...
From and to constituencies .
Vote No. 53.—Registration of Voters.
Registrar of Voters for Victoria City and Esquimalt Electoral Districts, $125;
extra allowance ou account elections, $125	
Services in Victoria City District     50 days @ $3
64
63
50        ii
33       ,,
17        „
80 hours (a
3
50
do
do
do H 	
do ,i 	
do „ 	
do ii  overtime
Registrar of Voters, Vancouver City District	
do i, from Oct. 10th, 1903, to 30th June, 1904
Services in ,, 9i days @ $2.50, 90 days @ $3,158 hrs. @ 50c.
do .. 75     * „        3, 124£     „     50c.
do       Vancouver City Office 66 davs @ 83; 21 hours @ 50c.
do „ ii  61       ,.       3 ; 19       i.       50c.
Trunk for Collector of Voters, Vancouver	
Stationery n n        	
Paid for stamps, etc., n n       	
Collector of Votes, Nanaimo, and extra allowance, etc	
Collector of Votes, New Westm'r. City, Delta, Dewdney and Richmond Elec. Dist
Services In New Westminster office      74 days @ $3
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
68 davs® #3; expenses, 817.85
 45       ii        3; .. 59
 61 days @   3
typewriting Voters' Lists	
Dewdney  3S days @ $3 ; expenses, $48.95
Richmond .      14 days ®   3
  8       „       3
Collector of Vor.es, Fernie  $275 ; stamps, stationery, etc.,   8.03
Expenses collecting votes, Michel	
Extra allowance as Collector of Votes, Revelstoke $50; expenses, $59.20
Services in Revelstoke office    78 days @ 3
do ii typewriting list	
Allowance as Collector of Votes, Nelson	
Services in Nelson office, typewriting lists	
do        Phoenix   n        21 days @ 83 ; expenses, $24.50
Collector of Votes, Kamloops  .$200 ; expenses,   30.50
do Tmir  225; u 60.45
Services in Ymir office    40 days @ $3 ; -i 27.35
Stationery, etc., for Ymir office	
Expenses collecting votes, Vernon	
Services revising Voters' Lists, Skeena  $30 ; expenses, $12
do ii 	
Services in Skeena office 62 days @ $3 ; expenses, $317
Allowance as Collector of Votes, Skeena $50 ; paid for stamps, $3
Hire of steamer, re Court of Revision, Skeena	
Carried forward.
1,000 00
1,000 00
400 00
350 00
175 00
175 00
175 00
40 00
40 00
40 09
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
250 00
150 00
192 00
189 00
150 00
99 00
51 00
40 00
500 00
100 00
372 75
. 287 25
208 50
192 50
5 25
3 80
6 90
150 00
245 00
222 00
221 85
194 00
183 00
58 80
5 16
162 95
42 00
24 00
283 03
3 50
109 20
234 00
10 00
50 00
24 25
87 50
230 50
285 45
147 35
3 4C
3 00
42 0C
20 00
503 Ot
63 0C
50 00
6,445 :
3,595 00
33,600 00
6,839 50
44,034 50 4 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
B 43
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   ets.
$ ets.
6,445 89
F0 00
100 00
126 60
150 00
37 50
60 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
60 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
875 00
678 00
200 00
130 00
105 00
44,034 50
IV.-LEGISLATION.-C<m<iw.«eA
ABC Packing Co	
Vote No. 53.—Registration of Voters. —Concluded.
S Roberts, Jr	
do               South Victoria, $50; arrears, $50; extra allowance, $50	
E J Thain	
GWChadsev	
J Maitland-Dougall .   ..
G Thomson	
A L Smith	
C Phair	
J W Burr	
CAR Lamhlv	
W G McMvnn	
S R Almond	
II P Christie	
do                            Rossland                ,,                  	
do                            Kaslo                      ii               	
do                            Columbia               u               	
J F Armstrong	
The Tribune Co., Ltd ...
Atlin Claim Pub Co.   ..
The Columbian P & P Co
The Kamloops Standard.
Vote No. 54.—Expenses of Flections.
Victoria City Electoral District.
9,797 99
H Siddall	
100 00
50 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
io oo
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
6 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
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
E Siddall	
J H Sweet	
do                                          	
W B Fisher	
do                                	
S Child	
do                    	
do                    	
do                    	
C T Tallis   	
do                    	
W J Cave 	
do                          	
do	
do                      	
do                      	
H McDonald	
J P Davis	
A Walkely	
do                      	
C Hollyer	
N D Clarke	
G R Orton	
do                      	
do                      	
do                      	
do                                               	
do                      	
do                      	
Poll Clerk    	
do         	
E E Bragg	
J Wier	
do            	
do              	
do                                                  	
W W Northcott, Jr	
do         	
do            	
do	
do         	
do         	
do         	
do        	
W McAlpine	
L C Mills	
do          	
do         	
do          	
do         	
do         	
G Grant.
do                            	
A McGregor	
do         	
do                              	
S C Court   	
450 00
53,832 49 B 44
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  ets.
$  ets.
Brough t forward	
IV—LEGISLATION.-Co««i««erf.
Vote No. 54.—Expenses of Elections.—Continued.
Victoria City Electoral District.—Concluded.
H Martyn	
C P Moore 	
A Addison	
G Browrn	
R Amorson	
M G Douglas	
R F Smith 	
H Cathcart	
J Bartlett   	
J Smith	
W H Mason	
T Pinkerton	
W E Redfern	
A Walkely	
E C B Bagshawe	
J S Murray	
A McGregor	
Colonist Ptg & Pub Co
J P Burgess	
F Turgoose	
Do	
J R Carmichael	
E R John	
T M Miller	
P D Goepel	
J Tolmie	
A E Gale	
C J MoRae	
H G Mason	
W J Harris	
Colonist Ptg & Pub Co
B C Agricultural Ass'n
Saanich n
W. Fisher	
Do	
AGHPotts	
W Arden	
A Deakin	
J Muir	
H Moxon	
T Oldershaw 	
AH Peatt	
A H Floyer	
W F Corfield	
A W B Joyner	
F A Payzant	
D R W*Muir	
A Moxon	
J H Dales	
E Conway	
E Clark	
WF Corfield	
R E Olford	
W Charters	
H Moxon	
A H Flover	
H Clark" 	
A Deakin	
Pac Towing & Lighterage
T Oldershaw [Co.
A H Peatt	
W Arden	
G Weir	
J Muir	
Do    	
J R Bobbins 	
W A Miller	
D Spencer	
J A Say ward	
Colonist Ptg & Pub Co ..
Special Constable and Doorkeeper.
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
2 days
;$3 .
Tallyman at final count	
do 	
do 	
Clerk ii 	
Printing Ballots	
Labour and material erecting polling booths.
Saanich Electoral District.
$712 13
Returning Officer	
Paid for livery hire, stationery, and for freight on ballot boxes .
Election Clerk	
Deputy Returning Officer, $10; expenses, $7,      Saanichton .
do
do
do
Poll Clerk,
do
do
do
Printing Ballots,
Rent of Hall,
do
10;
10;
10;
5.60, Cedar Hill.
Willows.
, Boleskin Road.
Saanichton ....
Cedar Hill ....
Willows	
Boleskin Road.
Willows.
Saanich .
Esquimalt Electoral District.
$189 15
Returning Officer	
Paid livery hire, stationery, telegrams, etc.
Election Clerk	
Deputy Returning Officer, Metchosin.
do
do
do
do
do
do
Poll Clerk,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Port Renfrew7	
Sooke	
Shawnigan	
East Soooke	
Colwood	
Otter Point	
Esquimalt   	
Metchosin	
Port Renfrew	
Sooke	
Shawnigan	
East Sooke	
Colwood	
Otter Point	
Services as Clerk recounting ballots	
Rent of Masonic Hall as Polling Booth, Esquimalt	
do      hall, Sooke	
do ti     $5 ; paid fares, $2 ; Shawnigan ..'.	
do        ii      5; ii 2; Otter Point	
Conveying Returning Officer and freight on ballot boxes from Otter Point....
Rent of hall, $5.50 ; expenses, $6 ; services bringing       n Port Renfrew, $35.
Conveying papers and ballot boxes, Victoria to Port Renfrew	
do ii East Sooke to Victoria	
do ti Colwood to ii        	
do ii Metchosin to        	
do ii n Sooke	
do it Sooke to Victoria	
Labour erecting and removing polling booth, Sooke	
Services as Messenger from Returning Officer to Deputies	
Labour and material for screens, Esquimalt polling booth	
Cotton ii ii 	
Lumber h m 	
Printing ballots	
$424 35
Carried forward	
5 00
6 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
5 00
73 00
110 13
50 00
29 30
10 00
17 00
15 50
15 00
14 85
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
7 50
5 00
5 00
50 00
48 00
15 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
15 00
5 00
7 00
7 00
15 00
46 50
15 00
10 00
3 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
10 00
6 00
9 40
2 85
9 00
1,325 63 I 53,832 49 4 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
B 45
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   ets.
W Forrest	
E F Miller	
E A Price	
W Rudyard   	
A Reid	
A W Rogers	
R S G Master	
A J Bell	
A Day	
E F Miller	
C Harris	
F H Jones	
F Panned	
J A Porter	
J A Broadwell	
J W H King	
C F Rivaz	
E A Price	
W Forrest    ...
H Keast	
Price Bros	
P Frumento	
Colonist Ptg & Pub Co
H Caldwell	
R Hope   	
E Lee	
D Roberts	
T R Cayzer	
W M Robson	
H Burchell	
TDPryn	
S E Andrews	
G E Aekerman	
J Martin	
C D Worge	
A Inglis	
A D Jansen    	
W JTrickey	
E Harrison ...  	
H Caldwell	
W E Harrison	
W Caldwell	
SS Iroquois	
J Degnan	
Colonist Ptg & Pub Co . .
P H Marshall.
E J Marshall..
J S Cairns
T F Haggart..
H A Dillon ...
GHCavin....
R G Thomson
T .1 Richards .
E J Marshall .
T Cowan . ...
W W Walkem
P H Marshall.
C B Robelee ..
J Haggart, Jr
W S Beckwith
The Recorder.
W K Leighton
F G Peto	
Do	
R Simpson ...
J H Place
T W Jones	
Brought forward	
IV.-LEGISLATION.-C<m«i»!eed.
Vote No. 54.—Expenses of Elections.—Continued.
Cowichan Electoral District.
Returning Officer	
Election Clerk, $12 ; fares, etc., 95c	
Deputy Returning Officer, $10; fares, etc.
do
$10;
do
do
do
do
do
Poll Clerk,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Rent, Polling Booth,
Pd. stationery, travelling
Livery hire of Returning Officer.
Meals, etc.,                       h
Cotton for screen for booths, etc
Printing ballots	
Cowichan Lake   	
Chemainus	
Cowichan Stat;on	
Cobble Hill 	
Crofton	
Somenos	
$10; expenses, $7.50 ; Mount Sicker	
Duncan 	
Cowichan Lake   	
Chemainus   	
Cowichan Station	
Cobble Hill 	
Crofton	
Somenos	
$5 ; expenses, $3 ;       Mount Sicker	
Cowichan Lake   	
exp., freight on ballot boxes, etc., as Returning Officer
Islands Electoral District.
8292.40
Returning Officer	
Deputy Returning Officer, $10; expenses, $1.50; Pender Island .
do
do
do
do
do
do
10;
10;
10;
10;
10;
5.00; South Salt Spring Island.
2.50;
2.50;
2.50;
2.50;
Poll Clerk,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
$5; extra services at re-count.
Expenses as Returning Officer and in posting proclamations
do      posting proclamations sundrv places
do                  ii                                     ..
Hire of steamer collecting ballot boxes	
do ii 	
Printing ballots	
Gabriola
Galiano	
Mayne	
Thetis	
North Saanich	
Pender Island	
South Salt Spring Island
Gabriola 	
Galiano	
Mayne 	
Thetis	
North Saanich	
Salt Spring Island	
Newcastle Electoral District.
82S6.40
Returning Officer.
Election Clerk  ....
Deputy Returning Officer,
do
do
do
Poll Clerk,
do
do
do
do South Wellington .
Expenses as Returning Officer, etc	
Labour and material for polling booths	
Expressage on screens for polling booths	
do ballot boxes 	
Printing ballots and tickets	
, South Cedar	
Northfield	
Ladysmith  	
South Wellington .
South Cedar	
Northfield	
Ladysmith   	
Nanaimo City Electoral District.
$218.25
Returning Officer.
Election Clerk .. .
Poll Clerk   	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Carried forward.
1,325 63
50 00
12 95
20 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
17 50
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
8 00
10 00
50 15
15 00
11 50
3 80
8 50
50 00
11 50
16 00
12 50
12 50
10 00
12 50
12 50
5 00
6 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
11 00
24 40
9 00
17 50
35 00
12 00
6 00
50 00
15 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
43 00
32 75
2 50
50
9 50
50 00
15 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
2,207 68 B 46
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  ets.
$  ets.
H Woodward	
II 0 Freeman	
J W Durham .......
H Charman	
L II May	
G E Frost	
J Crossan	
J Neen	
L E Young	
W H Kenyon	
Nanaimo Free Press
J P Powell ....
G Scott 	
G W Grant ....
WTDawley.. ..
GR Talbot	
B W Leeson ....
C B Christensen
A Raper 	
T Bryant	
T Richardson...
R P Wallis	
HRLee	
W G Adams ....
A H Lyche	
W H Porter ....
J Grice	
C Jacobsen	
J C Holm	
W S Planta	
A McKinnon ...
E Parsons .....
L R Simon	
G Hoge	
G F Holmes	
H Hansen	
RM Ellis	
T Bryant	
T Richardson...
A L Smith	
H Mclndoo	
A W Heath	
J Thomson	
C T. Haslam . ..
P A Haslam ....
J R Robbins....
W S Beckwith ..
F A Anley	
T Irwin	
J Moore	
J Fraser	
R Swan	
G Heath erbell..
A R Marshall...
W H Robinson .
D McGregor ...
J M Costello ...
J King	
D Ferguson ....
W D Pidcock ...
F McCallum....
N Hjorth	
E Muschamp ...
WSMePhee....
W G Harwood ..
G Beadnell	
WBMGrant. ..
H Backus	
Brought forward.
IV—LEGISLATION—Continued.
Vote No. 54.—Expenses of Elections.—Continued.
Nanaimo City Electoral District.—Concluded.
Poll Clerk   	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Constable	
do	
Labour and material erecting polling booths.
Labour preparing                                ,i
Printing ballot papers, etc	
Alberni Electoral District.
Election and Poll Clerk,
Deputy Returning Officer, $10; expenses, $
50,
Alberni ..
Bamfield .
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
10;
10;
10;
10;
10;
conveyinj
2.75, Ucluelet
2.00, Clayoquot	
Kennedy Lake ..   	
2.00, Yreka	
Cape Scott	
1.50, Van Anda	
Wellington	
Lasqueti	
8.50, Nanoose	
2.40, Parksville	
Bamfield	
Ucluelet	
Clayoquot	
Kennedy Lake 	
Yreka	
Cape Scott	
Van Anda	
Wellington	
Nanoose	
Parksville	
ballot boxes to Bamfield Creek
ii Clayoquot	
it to and from Yreka, Cape
Poll Clerk,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Messenger, $30; expenses, $8
do 35;        ,i 22;
do 65;.     ii        117.50;
Scott and sundry places
Messenger, $42.50; expenses, $47; conveying ballot boxes to and from Van Anda,
Texada and sundry places	
Rent of polling- booth and fitting up same, Wellington	
Expenses posting Proclamations at Lasqueti	
do     as Returning Officer 11	
Hire of launch for        n n	
Labour on polling booth, Alberni	
Material for n n       	
Services typewriting instructions to Deputy Returning Officers	
Telegrams	
Expressage on ballot boxes	
do  	
$634.17
Comox Electoral District.
Returning Officer, $50; expenses, $21.10 .
Election Clerk	
Deputy Returning Officer, $10; expenses,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
10;
10;
10;
10;
10;
10;
10;
10;
Poll Clerk,
do
do
do
do
$2.50; Courtenay	
7.50; Union Bay	
5.00; Penman Island.
5.00; Hornby Island..
5.50; Bear River	
5.00; Cortez Island...
3.00; Roy	
7.50; Rock Bay   	
Granite Bay....
Shoal Bay	
10.00; Valdez Island...
Lund	
Bead Island —
Alert Bay	
Courtenay	
Linion Bay	
Denman Island .
Hornby Island
Bear River	
Carried forward.
2,207 68
53,832 49
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
fi 00
2 50
2 50
16 25
5 00
17 50
15 00
10 50
12 75
12 00
10 00
12 00
10 00
11 50
10 00
10 00
18 50
12 40
5 00
6 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
38 00
67 00
182 50
89 50
16 00
14 00
4 50
15 00
1 00
5 45
9 25
6 47
35
50
71 10
35 00
12 50
17 50
15 00
15 00
15 50
15 00
IS 00
17 50
10 00
10 00
20 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
6 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
3.230 70
53,832 49 4 Ed. 7       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
B 47
W Malcolm	
J McKenzie	
D S McGregor	
G Eckman	
M Caulder	
R Pidcock	
J Card	
W Belding	
A P Woollacott	
1 Greenlaw	
E Muschamp	
E W Wylie	
P McDonald	
B C Mills T&T Co..
W M Halliday	
D Kilpatrick	
T Edwards	
A H Peacy	
Thulin Bros	
do 	
Nanaimo Free Press
J W Berry 	
P P Shuttle worth..
W Livingstone	
T Cutting	
B Stevenson	
R Collishaw	
A Murphy	
D W Brown	
D M Robertson .  ..
M R Barry	
W Crozier	
R Livingstone	
S C Towle	
E Kirkland	
H McCormack	
J Gordon	
C B Mackenzie	
J A Blair	
WFigg	
R M Robson	
G Troughton	
M W Kirby	
T Blair	
J Shepherd	
Coulter & Berry ...
Sundry persons....
R Wintemute	
Columbian Co, Ltd
J Pelly	
H Webb	
C Hill Tout	
A H Gillanders	
W Thomson	
J C Robertson	
E W King .,	
W H Langworthy..
J F Aish	
W Scott	
C W Webb	
HG Currie	
W J Cottman	
S Ford	
G WChadsey	
C A Lindsay	
S Ford	
W Merryfleld	
K Johnson ,
J R Sol way	
Brought for ward.
IV*—LEGISLATION—CowHwued.
Vote No. 54.—Expenses of Elections.—Continued,
Comox Electoral District.—Concluded.
Poll Clerk, Cortez Island	
do Roy	
do Rock Bay	
do Granite Bay	
do Shoal Bay	
do Valdez Island	
do Lund 	
do Read Island	
do Alert Bay	
Special Constable, Shoal Bay	
Messenger delivering ballot boxes,	
Rent of room for polling booth, Read Island	
do ii Shoal Bay	
do 11 Rock Bay	
do H Courtenay	
Livery hire posting proclamations	
Making ballot boxes ..	
Stationery	
Charter of steamer, $180; and board of messenger, §12.50; delivering ballot boxes
Rent of hall for polling booth, Lund	
Printing ballot papers	
$677.25
Delta Electoral District.
Returning Officer, -$50; expenses, $64.75	
Election Clerk 	
Deputy Returning Officer, §10; expenses, $2.50; Westham Island	
do 10; ii 3.00; East Delta	
do 10; ii        4.00; Mud Bay  	
do 10; i. 3.00; Kensington	
do 10; ,, 7.50; Cloverdale	
do 10; ii 6.00; Hall's Prairie	
do 10; ii 6.00; Tynehead	
do 10; ii 6.00; Brownsville	
do 10; m 2.00; Langley Prairie  	
do 10; ii 4.25; Otter	
do 10; ii 4.25; Langley  	
Poll Clerk, Westham Island   	
do East Delta	
do Mud Bay	
do Kensington	
do Cloverdale	
do Hall's Prairie	
do Tynehead	
do Brownsville	
do Langley Prairie	
do Otter    	
do Langley	
Rent of hall, $3; stationery, etc., $4.65; Langley Prairie  	
Rent of halls as polling' stations	
Making ballot boxes   	
Printing ballots	
$380.15
Chilltwiiack Electoral District.
Returning Officer, $50; expenses, $22.75	
Election Clerk, $15; services re proclamations, $6; collecting ballot boxes, $24
expenses, $24	
Deputy Returning Officer, Abbotsford 	
do Cheam     	
do Lehman's Landing 	
do Sumas	
do Mount Lehman	
do Peardonville	
do Riverside	
do Upper Sumas	
do Wade's Landing  	
do Yale Road     	
Poll Clerk, Abbotsford 	
do Cheam	
do Chilliwhack   	
do Lehman's Landing	
do Sumas	
do Mount Lehman    	
do Peardonville   	
do Riverside ,
Carried forward	
3,236 70
5 00
5 0C
5 0C
5 0C
6 0C
5 00
6 01
5 0C
5 00
5 0C
28 00
5 00
5 00
5 0C
5 00
10 00
23 85
5 80
92 5C
5 0C
20 00
14 75
15 0C
12 50
13 00
14 0C
13 00
17 50
16 00
16 00
16 00
12 0C
14 25
14 25
5 00
5 0C
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 (Ml
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
7 65
6 00
13 25
10 00
72 75
69 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 oc
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
5 00
5 0C
5 00
5 00
5 OC
5 00
5 0C
5 00
53,832 49
4,253 75    53,832 49 B 48
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
B H Davey	
J S Murphy	
G W Le Feuvre	
J H Atkinson	
G WChadsey.  	
W Thomson .. f	
Sundry persons	
C W Webb	
J Munro	
J McCuteheon	
Barber & Henderson ...
G R Ashwell & Sons ...
W T Jackman	
J A Catherwood	
E Bush	
J B Cade	
WSInoh	
L K Irving	
JTSoott	
J Marrs	
E T Miles	
J Blaney	
HR Fletcher	
E M Heaps	
T Law	
C S Solloway	
Z Cyr	
G Hunter	
J J Jaggars	
I M Roach 	
C M Flanders	
G Nicholls 	
JTyrer	
T Catherwood	
F Pakenham	
P E Lazenby	
L W McPherson	
R E Darrell	
T Corbett	
F Harris	
T Patterson	
G Waldeon	
J R Harris	
D Cooper	
J Pollock	
N Sylvester	
H Magar	
H Miller	
C Anderson   	
W Hannah	
E W Hammond	
E Hogg	
GPurcell	
R Hermon	
C Inkman	
R Wintemute	
J & T Catherwood	
The Columbian Co., Ltd
J Turtle	
J Burton	
A B Dixon ...
R McBride ...
J Rumble ....
R T Robinson
GP Sills	
T Watts	
A D Nye	
W L Keen
WENorris...
G H Mitchell .
Brought forward	
IV— LEGISLATION.—Continued.
Vote No. 54.—Expenses of Elections.—Continued.
Chilliwiiack Electoral District.—Concluded.
Poll Clerk, Upper Sumas....
do Wade's Landing
do Yale Road	
Constable, Chilliwhack
Services posting proclamations 	
do       delivering ballot boxes 	
Rent of halls for polling stations	
Canoe hire	
Repairing ballot boxes   	
Telegrams  	
Stationery, etc   	
do 	
Printing ballot papers	
Dewdney Electoral District.
$388.13
Returning Officer, $50; travelling exps.
Election Clerk,      9f
Deputy Returning Officer, $10
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
10;
10;
10;
10;
10;
10;
5;
Poll Clerk,
do 5;
do
do
do
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do
do
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do
do
do
do
Rent of hall for polling booth,
Hire of steamer on Harrison Lake
Making ballot boxes	
Stationery, etc	
Printing ballot papers	
846.50;paid for rents, express, etc., $48.S5|
22.75	
expenses, $10.70; Millside	
i,       12.75; Lake Beautiful	
ii       13.00; Coquitlam Lake   	
„ 9.00; Port Moody	
ii       10.75; Coquitlam	
ii       10.25; Port Hammond 	
,,        9.40; Port Haney	
ii 7.25; Whonnook	
„ 4.00; Ruskin  	
Silverdale	
Hatzic	
,i        3.00; Hatzic Prairie	
Dewdney      	
ii 3.00; Nicomen Island	
,i       11.00; Nicomen	
ii       10.70; Harrison River	
n        2.00; Agassiz	
Harrison Hot Springs	
„       20.80; Douglas   	
,,       14.00; Millside	
„       21.25; Lake Beautiful	
Coquitlam Lake	
Port Moody	
Coquitlam	
Port Hammond	
Port Haney    	
Whonnock	
Ruskin	
Silverdale	
Hatzic	
Hatzic Prairie	
Dewdney     	
Nicomen Island 	
Nicomen	
Harrison River	
Agassiz	
Harrison Hot Springs  	
Douglas	
Lake Beautiful	
.50;
.50;
Returning Officer,
Election Clerk,
Deputy Returning
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Richmond Electoral District.
$75; expenses, $48.45; paid express charges, $2.25.
20; ..        13.25	
Officer, Richmond  	
$10; expenses, $7.50; South Vancouver .  .
10; ii       12.00; Burnaby	
10; ii        8.00; Cedar Cottage	
Barnet	
10; ii 3.70; Hastings	
10; M        2.00; Moodyville	
10; ii 1.90; North Vancouver ...
10; ii 21.10; Gibson's Landing...
10; .1      15.00; Squamish	
767.25
Carried forward.
4,253 75
5 00
5 00
5 00
2 50
3 00
3 00
45 00
3 00
6 40
68
3 15
1 80
22 85
144 85
69 75
20 70
22 75
23 00
19 00
20 75
20 25
19 40
17 25
.  14 00
10 00
10 00
13 00
10 00
13 00
21 00
20 70
12 00
10 00
30 80
19 00
26 25
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
6 50
5 50
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
10 00
25 00
25 00
9 80
24 00
125 70
33 25
10 00
17 60
22 00
18 00
10 00
13 70
12 00
11 90
31 10
26 00
5,457 53
53,832 49 4 Ed. 7       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
B 49
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
ets.        $  ots.
C Morris	
3 Sexsmith	
WG Walker	
J L Scott	
J M Fowler	
H Whittaker	
A G Nye	
F S Nye	
E Alsatt	
FThorne	
R Miller	
N C Corbett	
A B Dixon	
South Vane. Municipality
J Jones	
Burnaby Municipality ..
P Larsen	
G H Gibson 	
D Galbraith	
Richardson Bros	
C Morris	
Do	
Center & Hanna	
Vane. Sash & Door Co...
News-Advertiser	
G Cunningham, Sr	
A Peele	
R Wintemute   	
F Bourne	
J A McMartin   	
E A Jenns	
A Baker	
W J Cunningham	
C S Corrigan	
D. Welsh	
J Humphrey	
J McNab	
W Huntley	
J McMillan	
S E Fletcher	
F W Benton	
E C Lunn 	
R Julius	
II Morey & Co	
Mackay & Southon Co ..
R Wintemute	
J Gray	
S A Chappel	
The Columbian Co., Ltd.
R B Ellis	
RB Parks	
J D Breeze	
H S Sherwood
D Malcolm	
C Cameron	
E F Walton ... .
T Droper	
M S Cotter	
J A Green	
H A Sutherland
J E Fulton	
F A Barnes	
A Turner	
F C Budling
H Woodward ...
W S Price	
R Ferguson
R Marshall	
N R Hopkins ...
Brought forward.
IV-LEGISLATION.-Continned.
Vote No. 54.—Expenses of Flections.—Continued.
Richmond Electoral District.—Concluded.
Deputy Returning Officer, $10; expenses, $21.00; Pemberton .
Poll Clerk,
do
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Rent for halls for polling booth.
do
do ,,
do
do ii
do
do
do
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store
room
hall
Richmond
South Vancouver	
Burnaby	
Cedar Cottage	
Barnet   	
Moodyville	
North Vancouver  	
Gibson's Landing	
Squamish	
Pemberton   	
Hastings	
Steveston, $4; Richmond, $4 .
South Vancouver	
Cedar Cottage	
Burnaby 	
N. Vancouver, $5; cleaning and erecting screens
Moodyville, $2.50	
Howe Sound	
Squamish	
Hastings	
Pemberton	
Services and expenses posting proclamations.
Hire of launch with Election Clerk posting proclamations.
Making ballot boxes	
Printing ballot papers	
New Westminster City Electoral District.
$634.40
Returning Officer	
Election Clerk 	
Deputy Returning Officer	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Poll Clerk   	
do        	
do        	
do        	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Constable	
do 	
Stationery, etc   	
do 	
Labour and material erecting polling booths..
Expressage  	
Lunches supplied booths     	
Printing ballot papers, $10; rent of office, $5 .
Vancouver City Electoral District.
8389.55
Returning Officer	
Election Clerk  	
Depot}'Returning Officer.
do
do
do
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Carried forward.
5,457 53
31 00
5 00
5 00
6 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
8 00
4 00
2 00
10 00
7 50
2 00
7 50
4 00
10 00
92 00
30 00
26 25
15 00
100 00
40 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
3 00
3 00
6 45
3 60
52 50
2 00
9 00
15 00
. 175 00
66 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
6.522 33
53,832 49
522 33    53,832 49 B 50
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  ets.
ets.
TB Godfrey	
H Hewke	
J A Willis	
J Donaghy	
A Baugasser	
T J Beatty	
TIC Lenty	
W H Wood, Sr	
A M Forbes	
FGT Lucas	
H Keith	
R AMcCullogh	
C A Mills	
H WKing-	
L Fullerton	
C E Johnston	
A Bull	
G B Jones   	
R W Ellis	
N Smith 	
F D Freeman	
S W L Gomperty	
S S Hewitt	
W P Evans	
H B Holland	
J W Holland	
W Moore	
J G Robertson 	
E A Seaton	
M Dillabough	
J R Alcock	
F Prior	
C J Barrie	
G J Phillips	
C de Hoseason	
G E Walton	
AC Wood	
G Boyd	
V Hicks	
F L Clarke	
W L Deacon	
J Kirkwood	
City of Vancouver	
R B Ellis	
JP Geddes	
B C Book Co	
Thomson Stationery Co.
Clarke & Stuart	
A R Hanscome	
M Freed	
J Young	
J Oben	
W Peddar	
Independent Printing Co
Vancouver Ledger   	
News-Advertiser	
A S Cross    ....
W P Grant	
J Fountain	
V S Trottman	
J Peacey	
W C S Hathorn	
E Ronayne 	
T Tugw'ell, Sr	
GTRant	
H C McCartney    .
L Davies	
S H Plumbe	
OFConley	
T Tugwell, Jr	
C Doelker	
OFConley	
IV.-LEGISLATION.-Con*in«ed.
6,522 33
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 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
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
18 00
9 65
5 50
23 70
5 03
3 00
1 50
163 35
185 00
10 00
6 00
17 75
48 90
170 40
364 10
145 00
226 35
170 50
10 00
10 00
10 00
134 00
208 00
5 00
5 00
15 00
5 00
20 80
73 25
60 00
53,832 49
Vote No. 54.—Expenses of Elections. - Continued.
Vancouver City Electoral District.—Concluded.
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$1,358.78
Atlin Electoral District.
Returning Officer, $250; expenses delivering ballot boxes and posting proclamations, $114.10	
Deputy Returning Officer, 26 days @ $8; expenses, $18.35; Telegraph Creek	
do                                                                Discovery	
do                   $10; trav. exp., $124.00; Bennett 	
Poll Clerk, 26 days @ $8;                                           Telegraph Creek 	
8,912 11
53,832 49 4 Ed. 7 Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
B 51
F Miller	
Alaska Pac Express Co..
Atlin Claim	
W S Beekwith	
J Wilson	
W B Skillen	
H Mackenzie	
G Robinson	
G S McTavish    	
J R Scott   	
M Christian   	
A C Cunningham	
W F Madden 	
G W Deaville	
W H Dempster	
P Nelson	
0 R Draney	
A Christensen	
0 F vforrison .   	
J Dunn   	
G H Clifton	
T \\ Harve\	
A Oliver	
O R Reynard	
G Chambers	
J Matthews	
W S Moore	
A G Bernhart   	
G Saugstadt	
R Cunningham & Son .
S S " Nora "	
W S Beekwith   	
Colonist P & P Co ....
L F Champion  	
J D Peebles	
W A Johnston	
A D Mclnnes	
C H Smith	
ST Hall	
R Harrison	
G A Veith   	
F M Becher	
A Graham	
G Hamilton	
J P Patenaude	
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W C Price	
W L Collins	
A P Mclnnes	
J M Collins	
L .1 Crosina	
N Ellison	
W D Jardine	
J Malcolm	
M Fushellar	
J S Henderson	
G Hamilton, Jr	
A F Haertl	
J D Peebles	
G D Rowed	
Veith & Borland	
F M Becher 	
Eagle & Hamilton	
W Parker    .
B C Express Co	
J J Mclnnes	
A Meiss	
R Berry	
S A Rogers	
Ashcroft Journal ....
Brought forward.
IV.-LEGISLATION.-C<m^we<«.
Vote No. 54.—Expenses of Elections.— Continued.
Atlin Electoral District.— Concluded.
Expenses bringing- ballot boxes to Victoria	
Express charges on voters' lists from Atlin 	
Printing proclamation and ballot papers	
Expressage on Atlin returns and ballot boxes from depot	
Compensation upon rescission of a]>pointment as Returning' Officer.
Skeexa Electoral District.
$1,675.50
Returning Officer, $200; travelling expenses, etc.
Election Clerk,        102; „
Deputy Returning Officer
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Poll Clerk,
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Hire of steamer delivering
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Expressage on ballot boxes to and from wharf
Printing ballot papers	
$414.70 .
8.00 .
Kitamaat	
Good Hope Cannery  	
Metlakahtla 	
Inverness	
Port Essington	
Borne Creek	
Naas Harbour	
Skidegate   	
Port Nelson   	
Namu	
Bella Coola	
Hazelton	
Kitamaat	
Metlakahtla 	
Inverness	
Port Essington	
Lome Creek 	
Naas Harbour 	
Skidegate   	
Port Nelson  	
Namu	
Bella Coola	
and collecting ballot boxes
Carihoo Electoral District.
$1,805.45
Election Clerk, $15; Poll Clerk, $5; Barkerviile .
Deputy Returning Officer, Stanley
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Paid Poll Clerk,
Poll Clerk,
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$o; exp n s.,
Quesnel	
Alexandria	
Soda Creek ....
150-Mile House
Chimney Creek.
Keithley Creek
Riskie Creek...
Alexis Creek .. .
Beaver Lake ...
Harper's Camp
Stanley	
Quesnel   	
Alexandria	
Soda Creek	
150-Mile House
Chimney Creek.
Quesnel Forks..
Keithley Creek.
Riskie Creek ..
Alexis Creek ...
Beaver Lake ...
Hanceville -
Repairing- Fire Hall for polling place, Stanley	
Rent of rooms, n Alexandria	
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do H Beaver Lake .. .
Expressage on delivering ballot boxes	
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Making ballot boxes .  	
Canvas, locks, etc., for booths	
Printing ballot papers	
Carried forward.
J. 00
912 11
63 00
4 00
30 00
1 50
125 00
614 70
110 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
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5 00
5 00
5 00
650 00
250 00
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10 00
20 00
7 00
7 00
7 00
7 00
7 00
7 00
7 00
7 00
7 00
7 00
7 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
12 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
2 50
5 00
3 00
5 00
5 00
32 50
32 50
25 00
10 00
39 00
13 50
20 00
,303 06
53,832 49
53,832 49 B 52
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
W J Kelly	
.1 McRae	
C Wellington .
W S Jammett ...
J Lawrence	
M P Revesbeck .
O N Hamerton .
S L Sharp ...	
P Lyons	
J Hannah	
C Fossett	
F Boulter	
A Gordon 	
H S Cleasby....
J Cleasby	
W Murray    — .
W Dodds	
J McCullogh ....
J WCollis	
A M Gibson	
G O Hopkins ....
R Lyndon	
A H Gillard ....
,1 Turner	
W H Van Alstine
H Graham	
W Maxwell	
H Farr	
G Howarth	
T R Hardiman...
GC Bent	
H H Price	
D McKay	
L Quenville	
H L Calbert	
H S Cleasby	
A Gordon	
W Dodds	
G McCullogh ....
L Quenville 	
G McCullogh ....
J W Collis	
J Lawrence    ....
T Curnow	
G Munro	
M Drummond ...
T Hardiman	
Ashcroft Journal
F Harding	
J F Wells	
R W Bruhn 	
W V Leonard..   .
W T Smith	
W R McDonald .
H J Baker 	
E H Jones 	
D J Carroll	
J L Johnston	
C Baines	
J Dilworth	
A McBryan	
AW Duck	
R W Butler	
F G Gordon	
H Goodison	
R Clarke	
N J Hopkins	
J M B Spinks ....
A Noble, Jr	
J T Edwards	
Brought forward.
IV-LEGISLATION.-Continijed.
Vote No. 54.—Ex.penses of Elections.—Continued.
Lillooet Electoral District.
Election Clerk .
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Hope .
Yale	
Spuzzum	
Camp No. 16	
North Bend 	
Keef ers	
Lytton	
Spence's Bridge	
22-Mile House 	
Coutlee	
Lower Nicola	
Nicola Lake	
Aspen Grove	
Otter Valley	
Mamet Lake   	
Agassiz	
Hope   	
Spuzzum	
Camp No. 16	
North Bend	
Keefers	
Lytton  	
Spence's Bridge	
22-Mile House.  	
Coutlee	
Lower Nicola	
Nicola Lake.  	
Aspen Grove	
Otter Valley   	
Mamet Lake	
Rent ol room for polling booth, Agassiz	
do 11 Coutlee 	
do ii Lower Nicola	
do ii Aspen Grove 	
do ii Otter Valley	
do ii Mamet Lake	
Services delivering ballot boxes	
do ii 	
do i. 	
Hire of team and driver with Returning Officer with Proclamations, &c.
Making ballot boxes	
Locks, keys, &c	
Printing and putting sign in position	
Printing ballot papers	
Poll Clerk,
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$   ets.
8   ets.
Yale Electoral District.
Returning Officer, 875 ; paid for meals, fares and for stationery, 8111.75
Election Clerk, $72 ; fares, $72.25	
Deputy Returning Officer, Agassiz	
Kamloops Electoral District.
$723 50
Returning Officer, $75; expenses, $43.40	
Election Clerk 	
Deputy Returning Officer, $10; and paid rent, $5
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10;
10; 5	
10; ii 5	
10; ii 5	
10; horse hire and meals, $ 5.
10; fares, meals, etc., 12.
Carried forward.
11,303 06
53,832 49
5 00
186 75
144 25
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
6 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
10 00
8 00
1 00
75 00
5 60
3 00
5 00
20 00
118 40
45 00
15 00
15 00
16 00
15 00
15 00
15 00
22 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
12,436 96
53,832 49 4 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
B 53
E Erikson	
P R Finlavson	
J D Gifford	
T Reilly	
0 Thompson	
H D Layland	
A H Williamson ...
J Whiteford	
A W Harding	
J F Monokton	
T 3 Fielding	
T Grant	
C Outhett	
E F Appelbe	
H A Spaulding' —
J Collefct	
E Cannell     	
P C Cotton	
W Anderson	
T J Armstrong	
N Perraulfc	
M Spratt	
G Endall	
F W King	
A T Mayo	
C Stickney	
H A Spaulding ....
B L Skene	
J G Corbould	
T Atcheson	
W A Rome	
M Sullivan	
G Spence	
F C Jones	
A Jackson	
A Gondrean	
J T Edwards 	
D J Carroll	
J Pearse	
V Ross	
J F Smith   	
D Fraser	
N J Hopkins	
H A Spaulding ....
G Butler	
T Cooper	
J T Edwards	
G Martin	
J A Cameron	
J Mellors	
A McGregor	
Kamloops Standard
S A Shatford .
Vv E Pratt....
E C Thompson
J Johnson....
J H Gardom..
C O'Keefe ...
H Lang . ...
F Heathcote..
L W Patten ..
AH Wade-..-
J Howard ....
H P Hodges ..
F H Barnes ..
OD Sweet...
H Murk   	
DE Shook ...
T A Norris ...
W RKnowles.
R W Deans. .
W P Marshal].
M G Gorrie ...
12,436 96
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
6 00
2 50
2 50
2 50
2 60
2 50
2 50
2 50
2 60
3 00
2 50
2 50
6 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
98 35
20 25
22 00
27 85
23 00
20 00
10 00
10 00
9 20
8 25
52 85
91 80
85 00
25 00
10 00
15 00
15 00
15 00
15 00
15 00
15 00
15 00
15 00
32 50
27 60
29 00
40 00
52 00
11 25
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
53,832 49
IV—LEGISLATlON.-ConMnued.
Vote No. 54.—Expenses of Elections.—Continued.
Kamloops Electoral District.—Concluded.
Poll Clerk                                              	
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Labour and material making b
Printing Proclamations and ba
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Returning Officer, $75 ; expens
$976 95
voax Electoral District.
Deputy Returning Officer,
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repairs and cleaning school-house, $5; Commonage
rent, $5; ex's with ballot boxes, $17.50, Kelleney.
,i       5;                  „                        12.60, Enderby.
ex's with ballot boxes, $19; Salmon River Bridge.
30; Mabel Lake 	
ii                    42; Silver Creek	
expenses, $1.25;                   Lumby	
Cherry Creek	
Summerland	
Westbank	
Kelowna   	
13,480 76
53,832 49 B 54
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  ets.
$   ets.
FER Wollaston	
G Doyle	
L B Massey 	
E V de Latour	
C Smythe	
R Hylton	
S H Currie	
B Gardom	
F O Keefe	
A J C Clarence	
R W Heard , .
L A Patten	
J H Dayton	
E C Chammey	
J F Pringle	
E Wood	
G Murk   	
O Bonneville	
J AHiltz	
T E Moore	
W R Pooley	
G W Mappin 	
A Stansfield	
T Gray	
J Holland	
D Stewart	
F N Morand	
M Mitchell	
W Mitchell	
H W Raymer	
J H Gordon	
D R Young	
B Deschamps	
J Johnson	
Palace Livery & Transfer
Stables	
R Gardom	
T E Crowell	
Smith Bros	
Vernon News	
A Megraw	
C E Pittendrigh .
H S Pittendrigh .
A Letts	
H Michaelson ...
D Gillespie	
H Inglis 	
J L Houston	
F French	
J G Wallace	
B Price	
J W McDougall..
P Russell	
F PCook	
J H Jackson	
Sundry persons. .
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J Tinlev	
C A C Steward ..
J H Davis	
J Connolly	
R B Venner	
D M McDougall..
S Rayburn	
Vernon News....
G Cunningham.
J S Birnie	
B Larsen	
W W Craig	
G B Taylor	
Brought forward.
IV— LEGISLATION.—Continued.
Vote No. 54.—Expenses of Elections.—Continued.
Okanagan Electoral District.—Concluded.
Deputv Returning Officer,
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Poll Clerk, $5; expenses with ballot boxes, $12.50;
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Constable,
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Rent of hall for polling booth
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Benvoulin .
Monashee .
Mara	
Westbank .
Vernon ...
Canoe Creek	
Deep Creek	
Okanagan	
Peachland	
Armstrong	
Hullcar .	
Commonage	
Killeney	
Enderby	
Salmon River Brid;
Mabel Lake	
Lumby	
Chenw Creek	
Summerland	
Kelowna	
Benvoulin	
Monashee	
Mara	
Vernon	
Canoe Creek ....
Lumby	
Salmon River Bridge
Cherry Creek ....
Kelowna	
Benvoulin	
Monashee	
Lumby	
Silver Creek .....
Services and expenses delivering ballot boxes .
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Labour and material making ballot boxes	
Stationery, &c	
Printing ballot papers, &c	
Similkameen Electoral District.
$798 50
Deputy Returning Officer,
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Poll Clerks	
Rent of halls for polling booths	
Services and expenses posting Proclamations .
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Expenses, u
Livery hire, n
Making ballot boxes     	
Printing ballot papers	
Beaverdell   	
West Bridge	
Rock Creek	
Sidley	
Camp McKinney ..
Okanagan Falls
White Lake	
Nickle Plate Mine .
Hedley 	
Stemwinder  	
Keremeos	
Olalla	
Princeton	
Granite Creek.
Otter Flat 	
Greenwood Electoral District.
$554 75
Returning Officer	
Election Clerk	
Deputy Returning Officer, Rock Creek ....
do Boundary Falls.
do Greenwood	
Carried forward.
13,480 76
10 00
10 00
10 00
17 50
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
6 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
3 00
2 50
2 60
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
2 50
25 00
74 60
15 50
5 50
17 65
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
75 00
35 00
11 00
66 00
21 75
21 00
80 50
45 00
41 00
8 50
75 00
25 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
14,491 76
53,832 49 4 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
B 55
DD McLaren	
CMRendell	
E Bunting	
C L Thomet	
J Green	
J GMcMillen	
T McLaine	
J Henderson	
M Tebo   	
J F Cunningham .......
J Atwood	
J McKague	
J McLaren	
G Cunningham	
do 	
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W B Cochrane..	
H C Kerman	
R S Craddock	
I Crawford	
ON Galer	
R Mcintosh	
AC Sutton	
GR Gordon	
H C Kerman	
WHM May	
J O Church 	
WX McDonald	
C Urlin	
HC Griffin.	
H B Cameron	
DMcCallum	
W R Williams	
GKStoeker 	
G R Gordon   	
L M Mansfield	
J F Royer	
R C McCutcheon	
R F Petrie	
J Crawford	
F E Cooper	
Hunter Kendrick Co, Ltd
Grand B'orks Printing Co
G T Newman .
T M Hamilton
Z F Durocher.
JTector	
HS Howard..
R F Perry....
G Chapman ..
TMcNaught..
J W Price ...
E Gremsley...
A Edgar. ...
J Thompson..
H A Morris...
R Davis	
A A Clarke...
J D Sibbald   ,
F Adams	
C Mackay ....
R Thompson .
R Simpson ...
B Green	
A Vars	
W Smythe ...
A Brandry ..
P W Mooney .
W A Martin..
Deputy Returning Officer, Deadwood	
do Eholt	
do Denoro	
do Midway	
Poll Clerk, Rock Creek	
do Boundary Falls ....
do Greenwood	
do Deadwood	
do Eholt	
do Denoro    	
do Midway	
Constable, Greenwood	
do Deadwood	
Travelling expenses as Returning Officer.......
Paid rent of halls for polling booths -.
Paid for ballot boxes and screens	
Paid for advertising and printing ballot papers.
Returning Officer, 875; expenses, #31.55 ,
Election Clerk	
Deputy Returning Officer, Grand Forks .
Brought forward..
lV.-LEGISLATION.~Co«.<mue<i.
Vote No, 54.—Expenses of Elections.—Contmwed.
Greenwood Electoral District.—Concluded.
Grand Forks Electoral District.
$301.00
Poll Clerk,
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Phoenix .
Cascade	
Carson	
Bannock City ,
Grand Forks ..
Phoenix .
Cascade	
Carson...	
Bannock City ,
Rent of hall for polling booth, Grand Forks	
do n Phoenix   	
do n Cascade   	
Services and expenses posting proclamations	
Expenses delivering ballot boxes	
Livery hire m and posting proclamations .
Labour and material making ballot boxes	
Stationery, etc        	
Labour and material fitting up polling booths	
do ii 	
Cotton, etc., for tt 	
Printing proclamations and ballot papers	
Revelstoke Electoral District.
Returning Officer, 8100; expenses, #115	
Election Clerk, 84; .. 4.60	
Dep. Ret. Officer, $10; pd. rent of hall, $4.00; expenses, 810.
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do 10;                 ..               4.00;
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do 10;                 i.               2.50;
do 10;                m              2.50;
do 10;                .t              4.00; pd. Poll Clk.,
do 10; paid Poll Clerk,   5.00;
do 10; expenses re ballot boxes, §6.70;
do 10;         i.       81.80;
do Downie Creek	
do Big Eddy Mill	
do Camborne    	
do McCulloch Creek	
do Adams Ranch	
do Beaton 	
do Camp No. 4	
do Wigwam	
do Albert Canyon	
Poll Clerk, 85; paid rent of hall, $4; Camborne	
do 85; extra services at recount, $3; Revelstoke ...
do        Glacier	
do       Illecillewaet 	
do        Goldfields	
60; Glacier	
40; Illecillewaet.. .
Smith Creek ..
Goldfields   ..   .
Arrowhead....
Halcyon Hot Spgs
85; Comaplix	
Rocky Point	
St. Leon Springs..
Clanwilliam  ..
Carried forward.
14,491 76
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
3 00
3 00
36 60
10 00
22 00
21 50
106 55
10 00
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
10 00
5 00
5 00
12 00
11 00
58 00
17 50
8 45
10 00
8 00
4 51
19 40
215 00
88 60
24 60
19 90
14 00
14 00
12 50
12 50
19 00
15 CO
16 70
11 80
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
9 00
8 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
15,628 77 B 56
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  ets.
$  ets
F R L Barlee	
ST Kelly	
K E Stinchour	
H T Conway	
J C Montgomery	
D McPhadden	
P V Austin	
W H Humphreys	
G Adams     	
A D Mackay	
N Duff ... .*	
J Gerow	
G Sutherland	
T W Bain	
W Fleming	
G E Hedstrum	
R Fleming	
M Hyatt	
A Crawford    ....
G Laforme	
Revelstoke Navigat'n Co
G Boyd	
C Davis	
R Rodgers	
E Hillman	
C Hotten	
Abrahamson Bros	
C B Hume & Co	
Revelstoke Herald	
R G Henderson	
H R Jorand	
A N Winlaw	
J Wafer 	
J A McKinnon	
C S Rashdall	
S T Walker	
W Warren	
F J Richmond	
R Kyle	
R Peake 	
E M Sandilands	
W G Rogers   	
J Boyd	
J Farrell	
W H Brandon	
R Thompson :..
W D Mitchell	
W Bowler	
B S Burton	
R Hamlin	
A Whitely	
J Lovering	
A E Scott 	
J Campbell	
G Grant	
A N Winlaw	
R A Bradshaw	
G Aylwin 	
J A McKinnon	
M Antoya	
T Abriel 	
W Lovatt	
RKyle	
J Foster 	
M L Grimmett	
D Sullivan	
H R Jorand   	
DSMcVannell	
S T Walker	
W J Parham	
Sandon Water & Light Co
TD Woodcock	
W Wetmore	
Brought for ward ...
IV. -LEGISLATION- Continued.
Vote No. 54.—Expenses of Elections.—Continued.
Revelstoke Electoral District.—Concluded.
Poll Clerk, Arrowhead .
do        Halcyon Hot Springs	
do        St. Leon Springs	
do        Clanwilliam	
do        Downie Creek	
do        Big Eddy Mill	
do        McCulIoch Creek	
do       Revelstoke	
do        Adams Ranch	
do        Beaton	
do        Camp No. 4	
do        Wigwam	
Constable, Revelstoke	
do „ 	
Services and expenses posting proclamations .
do delivering ballot boxes .
do .1
do
Horse hire, n
do
Fares, meals, etc., n
Services and expenses, u
do ii
do n
Expenses with ballot boxes	
Labour and material making ballot boxes	
Meals supplied booths ,	
Stationery 	
Printing ballots	
Slogan Electoral District.
Returning Officer, $75; travelling expenses, stationery, etc., 8147.30 .
Election Clerk	
Deputy Returning Officer, Winlaw
81,058.45
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Poll Clerk,
do 6;
do
do
do 5;
do
do
do
do
do
do 5;
Constable	
do	
Rent of polling booth, Winlaw .
810; expenses, 83; Enterprise ..
Silverton....
New Denver.
10; i.    60c; Rosebery....
Nakusp ....
Burton	
Deer Park ...
Three Forks .
Sandon	
10; i,       82; McGuigan ...
Winlaw	
5; m 3; Enterprise ..
Silverton ....
New Denver.
5; i,    60c.; Rosebery....
Nakusp	
Burton	
Deer Park ...
Three Forks.
Sandon 	
5; ii      $2; McGuigan...
do Slocan .
do Enterprise	
do Silverton	
do Rosebery	
do Nakusp	
do Burton..	
do Deer Park 	
do Three Forks 	
do Sandon 	
do McGuigan	
Rent of office for Returning Officer	
Repairing polling booth, Slocan	
Cleaning and arranging polling booth, Rosebery ..
do                                n          Sandon ....
Installing light in                       u                n
Coal oil, lamp, etc., for office of Returning Officer
Services as messenger	
Carried forward: .
15,628 77
5 00
3 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
2 50
2 50
74 00
65 00
59 50
50 00
12 00
8 00
11 00
9 55
5 00
4 00
15 95
43 75
17
4 30
30 00
222 30
50 00
5 00
13 00
5 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
12 00
5 00
8 00
2 50
5 00
5 60
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
7 00
5 00
3 00
8 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
6 00
10 00
10 00
5 00
10 00
5 00
10 00
10 00
5 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 60
2 00
16,668 22 53,832
53,832 49 4 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
B 57
D Sullivan	
C S Rashdall	
H J Robertson....
R A Bradshaw....
Slocan Drill	
R M Perdue	
T W Coleman ....
G A Hunt	
B G McKenzie.. ..
J Chipman   .
W A Duncan	
J R Hunnex	
R R Low	
P G Grazer	
,11 Gallop	
R Shiell	
D Jelly	
W H Gage    	
W H Lambert ....
J A Kelly 	
C Wright	
AO'Kell	
J N McDonald ..
F Nickells	
F Adie	
G S Hawthorne...
H V Rudd 	
WF Hamilton....
A Forrester	
M Mclnnes	
N Janes	
J W McLachlan...
J Compton	
J W Ford   	
G Horstead	
H Hawyard   ....
G Ellis	
T Livingstone ....
J Smith	
F Drummond ....
J F Freeman .   ...
T K McQueen	
O B Appleton ....
D English	
A Jaffreys	
AH Old	
W EForster	
H VRudd	
W F Hamilton....
D H Chapman....
J Arrowsmith ....
A Frache	
M McDaniels	
A G Lang 	
T Mitchell	
L Nott	
J G Williams	
F Parker	
E Peters	
J N Baker	
D A McDonald ...
J T Lawrie	
R Dickson	
W Boyd	
P Anders	
G Hunt	
Sundry persons...
Trail Hardware Co
F W Warren	
Strong & Co	
Ymir Mirror	
Trail Creek News .
Brought forward...
IV—LEGISLATION. - Continued.
Vote No. 54.—Expenses of Elections.—Continued.
Slogan Electoral District.—Concluded.
Services returning ballot boxes	
Expenses ,,
Labour and material making ballot boxes.
Stationery	
Advertising, and printing ballot papers...
Ymir Electoral District.
8658.30
Returning Officer, $100; expenses re proclamations and ballot boxes, $301.15 .
Election Clerk.
Deputy Returning Officer, $10
Poll Clerk,
do
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do
do
do
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do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
expenses, $5.50
5.00
1.00;
1.60;
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Paid Poll Clerk,
do
Special Constable,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Rent of polling booths 	
Ballot boxes	
Stationery, etc	
do 	
Advertising	
do and printing proclamations and ballot papers
Kitchener	
Arlington	
2.50; Granite	
1.80; Hall Siding	
1.70; Erie  ...
1.70; Willow Point	
1.60; Porto Rico	
Proctor 	
Fire Valley	
Gulch Add	
Castlegar	
Slocan Junction ..
Fairview	
Sirdar	
Creston	
Ymir	
Salmo	
Waneta	
Ymir Mill   	
Silver King Mine .
Athabasca	
expenses, 2.50; Y'mir Mill	
""   Porto Rico	
Gulch Add	
Castlegar	
Creston	
Proctor	
Erie	
Fairview	
Waneta	
Hall Siding	
Slocan Junction ..
Salmo	
Arlington Mine...
Ymir	
Willow Point	
Sirdar	
Granite	
Fire Valley	
Kitchener	
Silver King Mine .
Athabasca	
Gulch Add	
Creston	
Erie	
Fairview	
Waneta	
Hall Siding	
Porto Rico.
Ymir Mill	
Salmo	
Arlington Mine...
Ymir	
Willow Point	
Castlegar	
Sirdar	
Granite   	
Firevalley	
Kitchener	
$1,083.!
Carried forward.
3 00
1 45
21 00
13 75
52 50
401 15
75 00
15 50
15 00
12 50
11 80
11 70
11 70
11 60
11 00
10 30
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
7 50
6 60
5 00
6 00
6 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 OC
3 0C
3 00
3 0C
102 65
41 8C
4 25
2 76
10 50
54 62
17,843 84    63,832 49 B 58
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  ets.
G A Hunter	
O Newling	
S M Brydges	
D J Dewar	
HH Avery	
R J Steele 	
P P Clark	
H Mills	
H H Pitts	
C A Waterman	
WHMcBeath	
E Wilson	
C M Cameron	
A L Mills	
J Blackburn	
D McKeenan	
W Moglis	
Porto Rico & Kootenay
River Lumber Co.
F Irvine & Co	
J Hepburn	
J Ringrose	
J H Ashdown Hardw. Co
Nelson Cafe	
R A Renwick	
Morley & Co	
W H Jones	
Broughtj
IV—LEGISLATION—Continued.
17,843 84    53,832 49
Vote No. 54.—Expenses of Elections.—Continued.
Nelson City Electoral District.
Election Clerk....
Deputy Returning
do
do
do
Poll Clerk   	
do 	
do
do        	
Constable   	
do        	
R W Armstrong	
do 	
J Paxton	
F E Londer 	
R E Plowman	
W H Dawson	
W Walsh	
J Hammon	
A Baker	
GW Campbell	
F W Bauer	
J Bowman	
J B Bray	
W Brockenshire	
R Cooper	
J Squires	
Rossland Miners' Union
J Phillips	
B Northey	
M W Simpson	
Rossland Miner P & P Co
ATColIis&Co	
E F Stephenson
W J Sanders....
FC Niven	
N Taylor	
J Atkinson	
W Simpson	
A McQueen	
C McDonald....
W B Anderson..
W G Carpenter .
J E Haughton..
J W Smith	
R Cockle	
M Goldsmith ...
E J Saunders....
H Loring	
J A Swift	
A Brown	
R R Robinson ..,
G M Brown. —
J Ryan	
do        	
do        	
do        	
do 	
do 	
Italian interpreter
Lumber for booths	
Screens 	
Erecting polling booths	
Installing lights	
Ballot boxes  	
Lunches    	
Paid express charges on returns.
Stationery	
Printing ballots	
Rossland City Electoral District.
$245 12
Returning Officer	
Paid Election Clerk, $18; expressage on ballot boxes, $1; for re-count, $13.90.
Deputy Returning Officer	
do	
do 	
do 	
Poll Clerk   	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Constable   	
do 	
do        	
do 	
do        	
Rent of hall  	
Building booths	
Lunches supplied booths     	
Stationery     	
Advertising	
Printing ballot papers	
Kaslo City Electoral District.
$322 25
Returning Officer, $75; paid travelling expenses,
Election Clerk, $81; expenses, $78.85	
Deputy Returning Officer
$7.70; postage, telegrams, etc., $5
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
$10; expenses, $4.20;
10;
Poll Clerk,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
10.90;
9.00;
1.00;
Whitewater
Gerrard
Ferguson ...
Howrser	
Poplar	
Lardo	
Silver Cup...
Trout Lake..
Pilot Bay...
Ainsworth..
Kaslo	
Whitewater
Gerrard ..
Howser —
Poplar ....
Silver Cup..
Trout Lake.
Pilot Bay...
Kaslo	
Carried forward.
63 CO
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
5 00
11 57
14 55
21
14 00
7 00
4 50
1 15
10 25
11 50
75 00
32 90
6 00
6 00
6 00
6 00
5 00
5 00
5 CO
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
35 00
35 00
15 00
5 86
40 00
9 50
87 70
159 86
10 00
14 20
10 00
10 00
20 90
10 00
19 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
5 00
9 20
5 00
8 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
18,840 06
53,832 49 4 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
B 59
E A Lucas	
E G Woodward	
J Simpson	
N ELay	
W Hanson	
J D Champagne	
A E Fowler	
H Gillis   	
E J Ward	
A Campbell	
EHobbs	
Whitewater Miners'
Union Hall    ...
GB Bath	
Simpson Bros	
E Baillie	
C McDonald	
E GHadow	
F Cogle   	
J W Smith	
G Hartin	
J A Gillis	
AE Fowler	
AT Garland	
Byers, Giegerich, Green
0 Strathearn  [Co
W H Jones	
J W Devlin	
E Elwell	
N Hill	
J Gill	
M A Beale 	
R A Fraser	
A H Leitch	
A W Sutherland	
R B Stark	
R O Jennings	
L. Mansfield	
N M Curran	
B Lunain	
E J Cann	
E Lee	
A Farrall	
F E Ihhotson	
M H McMahon	
R Dick	
B Lundin	
F J Carter	
B Theill	
C Darling    .
W Butt	
M McLeod	
T Boyter 	
W West	
H Fraser 	
W J Noble	
Sundry persons	
Geary & Doyle	
R E Beattie	
J D McBride 	
M McLean..   	
Hill & Co	
Moyie Leader	
Fort Steele Prospector..
Cranbrook Herald	
J S T Alexander	
G G Moffatt   	
Brought forward.
IV—LEGISLATION.- Continued.
Vote No. 54.—Expenses of Elections.—Continued.
Kaslo City Electoral District.—Concluded.
Poll Clerk,
do
do
Constable,
do
do
do
do
do
do
Rent of hall for polling booth,
(10 .1
do i,
do
do
do
do ,,
do
do
do
Kaslo	
Ferguson...
Ainsworth..
Gerrard ....
Poplar	
Silver Cup..
Trout Lake.
Kaslo	
Ferguson...
Lardo	
Gerrard ....
Expenses posting proclamations	
Labour and material fitting up booth, Trout Lake.
Cretonne	
Ballot boxes	
Stationery 	
Printing ballots	
Whitewater .
Ferguson....
Howrser	
Poplar	
Lardo	
Silver Cup ..
Pilot Bay....
Ainsworth...
Kaslo	
Columbia Electoral District.
$624 90
Expenses posting proclamations    	
Cranbrook Electoral District.
Returning Officer, $100; expenses, $57.10 .
Election Clerk 	
Deputy Returning Officer,
do
Cranbrook
$10
10
10
10
10
10
10'
10
expenses with
do $10; exp. deliv'r'g ballot boxes, etc.
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Poll Clerk,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Special Constable,
do
do
do
do 2.50; services delivering ballot boxes,
Rent of polling booths	
Livery hire posting proclamations, etc	
Stationery	
Nails, tacks, etc	
Lunches served	
Oilcloth for table cover	
Advertising	
do 	
Printing proclamations, ballot papers, etc	
Fernie Electoral District.
55.00;
8.00;
9.00;
5.50;
2.50;
5.25;
2.00;
i; Fort Steele	
; Ryan .  	
'; Moyie  	
; Rhoda	
; Perry Creek.
; Marysville	
>; North Star Mine
Wasa	
11.25; Wardncr   	
Moyie	
Ryan	
Perry Creek	
Marysville   	
North Star Min e.
Wasa	
Fort Steele	
Wardner	
Cranbrook	
Fort Steele..
12.00; Perry Creek.
$646.15
Returning Officer, $100.00; travelling expenses, $91.75.
Election Clerk, 62.50; n 56.00.
Carried forward..
18,840 06
5 00
5 00
5 00
3 60
3 50
3 50
3 50
3 50
3 50
3 50
5 00
5 00
10 00
5 00
4 00
5 00
5 00
6 00
2 50
10 00
45 00
4 50
1 40
24 00
12 05
)
12 60
17 00
157 10
25 00
10 00
10 00
16 00
18 00
19 00
15 50
12 50
15 25
12 00
10 00
21 26
5 00
5 00
6 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
6 00
6 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
2 60
14 50
75 00
95 60
5 10
85
3 50
70
1 00
3 00
38 90
191 75
118 50
20,029 51
53,832 49
63,832 49 B 60
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
W H Whimster	
J Nesbitt	
A Good	
E L Jarvis	
M Phillips :	
HBentley	
J A Ferguson	
W AWilmot	
G F Johnson	
A D Drummond	
D Clark	
S Herchmer	
D C Walmsley   .
WT Clark	
A C Cowan	
B Owens	
0 C S Randall	
V Anderson	
WCLephardt	
AHCree	
F W Vance	
1 R Poole 	
G Cole	
J Adshade	
Fernie School District
do i,
Tonkin 11
Elko ii
Jaffray n
G G Moffatt	
W Eschwig	
R J Cole	
J S T Alexander	
Hayes Lumber Co ....
T H Youatt	
Trites Wood Co	
J D Quail	
Sheppard* Elliott....
Fernie Free Press	
E T W Pearse	
F C Jones	
B C Photo Engraving Co
R B Ellis	
RBParkes.   ..
J D Breeze
H S Sherwood.
N R Hopkins..
TB Godfrey...
T Draper	
M B Cather ...
A Bougasser...
T W Lenty ....
F A Barnes....
A M Forbes ...
FGT Lucas...
F LBudlong'...
H Woodward..
H Keith	
R A McCulloch
R Marshall....
F D Freeman..
G Evans	
G J Phillips ...
C G Barrie ....
J W Prescott..
E A Sexton... .
A Francis	
Brought forward.
IV. -LEGISLATION—Continued.
Vote No. 54.—Expenses of Elections.—Continued.
Fernie Electoral District.—Concluded.
Dep. Returning Officer, $10; paid Poll Clerk, $3.00; travelling-
expenses, $59.00	
do $10; paid Poll Clerk, $2.50; Constable, $3;
rent, $5; expenses, $5.20	
do $10; paid Poll Clerk, $2.50; Constable, $3;
rent, $5; expenses, $7 	
$10; pd Poll Clerk, $3; rent, $5; exp. $6.80;
10; ii 3;      i,      5;    ,,       4.00;
10; ,. 3; ,i      6.20;
10; Constable, 3; ,i      5.00;
10; ,i      4.00;
10; ii      1.00;
Elkmouth .
Loop.
expenses, $4;
ii 2;
ii       1;
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Poll Clerk, $3;
do 3:
do 3;
do
do
do
do
do
do
Constable,
Rent of polling booth,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Paid Stationery	
Livery hire delivering ballot boxes, etc.
do ii
Material for polling booths   	
Wire, etc	
Labour and material for ballot boxes ...
Printing ballots	
Kamloops Bye-Election.
Paid, services and expenses \
do
Line cut new ballot 	
ting proclamations .
Vancouver City Bye-Election.
Returning Officer	
Election Clerk  	
Deputy Returning Officer.
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
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do
Crow's Nest	
Fernie	
Phillips    	
Jaffray	
Michel	
Elko	
Coal Creek	
Morrissey 	
Morrissey Mines ..
Fernie School	
Fernie Court H'se.
Tonkin  	
Elko	
Michel 	
Coal Creek	
Morrissey	
Morrissey Mines • ■
Fernie School	
Fernie Court H'se.
Fernie No. 1	
Tonkin  	
Coal Creek	
Fernie	
Coal Creek	
Tonkin  	
Elko	
Jaffray	
Morrissey	
Fernie	
Morrissey Mines .
$795.10
$50.05
Carried forward.
20,029 51
72 00
25 70
27 60
24 80
22 00
19 20
18 00
14 00
11 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
7 00
6 00
4 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
4 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 20
24 00
12 00
5 55
40
50 50
22 00
38 75
7 50
3 80
100 00
33 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
10 00
20,907 41 4 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
B 61
TO "WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   ets.
$   ets.
20,907 41
10 CO
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
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
6 00
6 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
6 00
5 00
5 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
115 00
12 10
3 00
1S5 00
10 00
15 00
25 15
6 40
21 15
64 05
126 80
8 65
5 75
9 30
63 50
30 00
96 20
6 50
16 95
43 35
11 50
11 15
8 75
12 20
390 50
15 00
695 60
53,832 49
IV—LEGISLATION.-C<m«i«,Me<?.
Vote No. 54.—Expenses of Elections.—Concluded.
Vancouver City Bye-Election.—Concluded.
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E F Walton
C Cameron	
J E Fulton             	
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do                      	
do                      	
R W Ellis	
M Smith         	
Poll Clerk   	
do         	
H W King	
do            	
do         	
do         	
H B Holland	
do         	
W R Blind               	
do         	
do	
A L South
do              ...
Alfred Bull
do         	
A Bull .
do         	
do         	
PW Slater	
A C Wood
do         	
do         	
do          	
0 Walton
do         	
G Bovd 	
do         	
do         	
do         	
S S Hewitt	
do         	
do         	
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V Hicks	
do         	
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G W Weeks
do         	
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A W Gomperty 	
J Mavhood 	
do         	
do                     	
R W Ellis	
do                            „           	
A Waddell
do	
Corpn City of Vancouver
Independent Printing Co
Vancouver Ledger   	
$1,054.85
Sundry Districts.
C F Banfield
$150.50
Vote No. 55.—Contingent Fund.
21,749 76
M W Waitt&Co	
M & H A Fox   ...
M A Wylde	
D Spencer	
Fell & Co	
B C Cold Storage	
75.582 25 B 62
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
J Thomas	
Victoria Steam Laundry
E Musson	
F Tatham	
H G Mason	
G Winter	
J R Stark	
L M Bowrron	
J Hardie	
E Earle	
A W Lane 	
G A Calbick	
F J Russell	
F I Clarke 	
C F Beaven	
W H Ellis	
K Harada	
K Ishii	
L J Seymour	
A M Jones 	
C C McCaul	
EBlygh	
do      	
W J Sanders	
E W Musson	
M McGregor	
A Flett	
D J Herbert	
G SCreech	
R J Lang	
W A Graham	
W A Carthew	
LK Godfrey	
R Wolfenden . ..
K A S Scholefield
J LMcCulloch.. .
W Richdale	
J Pottinger	
F Partridge	
F Shakespeare...
E Cameron	
R W Clarke	
R Butler	
WWBaines	
DT Ballantyne..
WHCuIlin	
J Hall	
R Holloway	
W W Clarke	
G W Wrigley....
R W Clanton....
L H Borde	
W H Clark	
GNeill	
J Wilby	
J C McNeill	
A Proctor	
M Holness	
LCullin	
E E Harte	
W Spurrier	
Pay List	
Brought forward	
IV—LEGISLATION—Concluded.
Vote No. 55.—Contingent Fund.—Concluded.
Gratuity for services as steward	
Laundrying for lunch room	
do towels for Assembly 	
Preparing hall for Opening of the House	
Paid for telegrams, expressage, etc	
Hacks for guests at Opening   	
Services of ushers        h 	
Stenographer in committee rooms  49 days @ $2.50
do i,   30       ii       2.50
do n    19       ,.        2.50
Witness fee; 4 days @ $2, $8; expenses, $7.75; Immigration Inquiry	
do
4
do
2
do
3
do
2
do
1
do
1
do
1
2,
2,
2,
2,
2,
2,
2,
6.55;
5.00;
Stenographer and copy of evidence,
Balance of account for services reporting and transcribing evidence, Columbia and
Western Inquiry	
Balance of account for services as counsel for Chief Commissioner, Columbia and
Western Inquiry	
Services as stenographer, Inquiry re Government House Contract
do ii Arbitration Committee Inquiry 	
Additional allowance as Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms	
do Doorkeeper
do
do        Page
do
do
do
do
do
do
V.-PIIBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE.)
Vote No. 56.—Printing Office, Victoria,
(Staff.)
King's Printer and Controller of Stationery..
Clerk	
Stenographer aud Proof-Reader	
Mail Clerk	
Foreman   	
Compositor   ...
do        	
12 months @ $180.00
do    	
do   	
do   	
do   	
do    	
do   	
do   	
do   	
do   	
do    	
do   	
Apprentice	
Foreman, Press-Room.
Pressman  	
do       	
do       	
Apprentice	
Folder and Stitcher ...
do
do
Janitor	
Printers' overtime	
.8 days @ 83.50, 828.00
.8  "„   3.50, 28.00:
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
11
4
4
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
75
50
60
120
90
90
80
80
80
80
80
30
120
45
40
30
25
50
Carried forward.
2,160 00
900 00
600 00
720 00
1,440 00
1,080 00
1,080 00
1,080 00
1,080 00
1,080 00
960 00
960 00
960 00
960 00
960 00
880 00
348 00
348 00
360 00
1,440 00
960 00
960 00
960 00
540 00
480 00
360 00
300 00
600 00
1,731 70
26,287 70
75.582 25
15 00
13 50
38 25
4 00
2 50
48 00
6 00
122 50
75 00
47 50
15 75
14 65
9 00
6 00
4 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
114 75
1,773 80
500 00
153 00
277 55
50 00
50 00
25 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
4,137 25
79,719 50 4 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
B 63
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   ets.
$     ets.
R T Williams
G S Carr ....
C E Janes ...
W Smith .,..
W Laing
K Merrill....
M Merrill
E Turner....
A Cowan & Sons, Ltd...
J W Butler Paper Co ...
Victoria Book & St'y Co.
Buntin & Gillies	
TNHibben& Co	
Colonist P & P Co   	
Miller & Richard	
American Type Fndry Co
F Wesel Mfg Co	
Oswego Machine Co ....
Reed & Goodman	
Jaenecke Ink Co	
OSchlegel	
Ault & Wiborg Co	
S Ullmann	
Mander Bros	
California Ink Co	
CBCotterell &Sons....
J Richmond & Co
L Hafer	
Hinton Electric Co	
B C Electric Rly Co ....
II Young & Co."	
Windsor Grocery Co ....
P McQuade & Son   	
EG Prior and Co, Ltd..
RPRithet & Co	
Esq & Nanaimo Rlv.   ..
Can Pacific Rly Co'	
Dodwell & Co    	
H M Customs	
J Heaney	
WS Beekwith	
Northern Pac Exp Co...
Great Northern    n
Wells Fargo ,i
B C Photo Eng Co	
Weiler Bros   	
G Powell	
The Inland Printer	
J West	
I Holmes	
A Mulcahy	
G B Kitto   	
W H Spurrier	
R Wolfenden	
do 	
do 	
Hughes & lumber
Spicer Bros, Ltd .
W J Gage & Co . .
Buntin & Gillies .
J L Shoemaker ..
Wickett & Craig.
Brough t forward...,	
V .-PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAIN TEN ANCE).- Continued.
Vote No. 50.—Printing Office, Victoria.—Continued.
Book-binding Brandt.
(Staff.)
Foreman
Ruler.
Finisher     12
Forwarder  12
do   12
Folder and sewer     12
do    12
do    12
12 months (8 $110.00
12
75
50
35
35
30
Total salaries of staff, $32,287.70
Printing   Branch.
(Maintenance.)
Paper	
do   	
do   	
do   	
do   	
do   and for grinding knives
Type, paper cutter, etc	
do
Quoins, punches, etc	
Cutting sticks	
Printing ink, etc	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Washers, packing, etc	
Leather washers	
Labour and material installing and repairing machinery	
Installing motor, lights, etc	
Power supplied for 12 months	
Cotton, etc	
Coal oil, soap, etc	
Oil, rope, gasoline, etc	
Tools, hardware, etc	
Roller composition, $96.38 ; freight charges on ink , etc, $4.40.
Freight charges on paper, ink, type, etc	
do „ ii 	
Freight and wdiarfage	
Duty on paper, ink, type, etc	
Drayage	
Expressage	
Express charges on type, etc	
do ii     	
do ,	
Ballot blocks    	
Feather dusters .   . -	
Granite mugs, etc    	
Subscription to " Inland Printer"	
Scavenger	
Washing towels 	
Unpacking paper, 32 days @ $2	
Services as clerk during absence of King's Printer, 1 month ..
Extra services as Janitor, 1^ months @ $10 	
Allowance for overtime during Session	
do travelling expenses	
Paid for rags	
Hook- Binding BrancJt.
(Maintenance.)
Bookbinding material.
do
Leather, gilt, etc   ....
Leather	
do     	
do     	
Carried forward .
1,320 00
1,020 00
960 00
900 00
600 00
420 00
420 00
360 00
6,053 77
590 88
221 16
183 56
44 50
223 85
2,196 63
127 40
15 20
4 50
333 25
192 00
44 54
35 00
30 00
18 60
15 60
17 15
7 04
522 70
376 70
275 10
444 12
79 90
166 42
59 88
100 78
141 35
87 64
59 45
1,607 17
56 50
20 50
13 85
6 10
95
16 20
9 75
3 20
2 50
94 50
24 00
64 00
75 00
15 00
100 00
100 00
2 45
414 87
292 93
400 36
306 0C
148 66
105 22
48,885 87 B 64
Public Accounts, 1st July. 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
ets.
Bonestall, Richardson
Co.	
Brown Bros	
R Ward & Co	
Gane Bros	
R E Thorne	
Singer Sewing Mchine Co
Richmond & Co	
W Mahle	
R Maynard . 	
L Hafer   	
Hinton Electric Co	
T N Hibben & Co	
P McQuade & Son	
Windsor Grocery Co...
E G Prior & Co	
Henderson Bros	
H Young & Co	
Weiler Bros   	
G Roedde ..   	
G A Richardson .......
Colonist P & P Co	
H M Customs	
RPRithet & Co	
Victoria Term'l Rly Co.
Esq & Nanaimo Rly...
Dodwell & Co	
Northern Pac Exp Co. .
B C Saddlery	
A Manson	
B C Chemical Supply Co
Baird & Tatlock	
Henderson Bros	
Loewenberg & Co	
J E Sutton 	
Baker & Co	
Victoria Gas Co .....
W & L E Gurley	
JT Beard	
Fleming Bros	
R Maynard	
Bausch & Lomb ....
Vic Book & Stat'y Co .
Victoria Machinery Dpot
F Norris & Sons	
Victoria Chemical Co .
Muirhead & Mann   ...
J Market	
R Lettice	
Weiler Bros	
J Sommer  	
S Shore	
Hickman Tye Hdw Co
E G Prior & Co	
R W Raymond	
Engineering & Mng Jrnl
SHall	
Canadian Mining Review
Eyre & Spottiswood	
J A Dresser	
GL English & Co	
Dominion Express Co...
Pacific Transfer Co	
Binner, Wells & Co .   ...
B C Photo Engraving Co
Colonist P & P Co	
H M Customs	
G B Kitto	
Brouqht forward	
V.-PUBLIC  INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).-Continued.
Vote No. 56.—Printing Office,   Victoria.— Concluded.
Book-binding Branch.— Concluded.
(Maintenance).—Concluded.
Leather, binders' cloth, etc.
do
Strawboard     	
Gold leaf, etc	
Ruling ink    	
Sewing machine	
Springs for embosser brushers    	
Japan varnish	
Trimming knives, roller, etc	
Labour and material installing and repairing machinery.
do ii motor and heater	
Millboard	
Varnish, brushes, etc	
Flour	
Tools	
Gum, giue, etc	
Cotton	
Rollers for mats, etc	
Labour and material binding volumes in Land Registry Office, Vancouver.
Print.
Grinding knives	
Duty on material	
Freight        .. 	
do ii       	
do i.        	
do „        	
do ,,        	
do (goods enclosed)
Services in bindery	
Vote No. 57.—Bureau of Mines.
(Maintenance.)
Chemicals and chemical apparatus	
Spectroscope attachments and apparatus
Chemicals	
Polarization microscope, filter paper, etc.
Laboratory chemicals	
Platinum crucible	
Gas	
Table	
Sight indicators for testing gas in coal mines .
Photographic materials	
Developers	
Repairing field glasses	
Text books, etc	
Repairs to machinery	
Trunks, straps, etc	
Firebrick	
Material for fume box and packing cases 	
Repairs to pipes	
Labour and material painting and glazing-
Frames, moulding, etc	
Frames
Hardware	
do        	
do 	
Subscription to volume " American Institute of Mining Engineers "...
2 volumes, " Mineral Industry " and " Treatise on Zinc"	
Subscription, " Chemical Industry "...   	
do to manual	
Extract on Separation of Gold	
Rock samples	
Mineral samples -	
Express charges	
Expressage	
Cuts for Annual Report	
do 	
Lithographing for Annual Report	
Duty on laboratory and cuts	
Services assisting in Mines Dept., 4 mos. 28 days @ $75, 4 mos. 27 days (
Carried forward	
$50.
48,835
21
138
37
10
166
24
4
3
51
15
13
6
2
7
16
80
168
63
279 20
212 63
130 3C
124 77
57 8C
10 43
133 05
30 00
4 50
116 00
9 50
3 50
92 45
35 60
6 90
2 50
49 50
32 90
47 45
26 33
7 20
16 20
13 16
5 03
20 00
12 20
6 15
4 00
1 46
31 20
20 70
4 75
17 80
106 12
44 20
89 00
17 55
612 75
2,433 86
49,903 21 4 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
B 65
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
8   ets.
ets.
ALMcKillop	
H Harris	
R H Ley	
T Kiddie	
Hall Mng & Smelting Co
W Allen	
H Carmichael	
J Fannin	
P Kermode...
do
E M Anderson
do
D Withrow...
Caruthers, Dixon&Ho wes
Weiler Bros	
C F Newcombe	
W G Luker	
F Soues	
CC Smith	
A C Brooks ,
D Withrow	
Indian Jimmie	
Brown & Cooper	
J D Williams	
E Shrapnel	
J Barnsley & Co	
Pichon & Lenf esty	
R Maynard	
P McQuade & Son	
E G Prior & Co	
Hickman Tye Hdw Co.
B R Seabrook 	
A & W Wilson	
D E Campbell	
G Morison & Co	
R Lettice 	
J W Mellor	
Fell & Co	
Kryslin Mfg Co	
Victoria Book & St'y Co
T F Simmins	
Hutcheson & Co	
W S Beekwith	
D Withrow	
F Kermode	
F Tatham	
R Bamford	
G H Manchester, M D
C EDoherty, M D...
W Workman, MD...
M J Knight	
R Rees	
H Stout	
WTL House	
E B Stinchcombe	
J D Hopkins	
E Fitzgerald	
W F Beggs	
D McQuarrie	
Brought forward	
V-PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).-^™**""^.
Vote No. 57.—Bureau of Mines.— Concluded.
(Maintenance).—Concluded.
Services as Examiner, S30; supplies, S24.85, at Assayers' Examinations	
do ii n 	
do     as janitor, u 	
Expenses as Examiner, ,, 	
Rent of hall, ,, 	
Services keeping fires in Assay Office  5 months @ $10
Paid for express charges, repairs, samples, etc	
Vote No. 58.—Provincial Museum.
(Staff.)
Curator  7 months @ $120
do  5 i. 85
Taxidermist  7 n 75
Assistant Curator  5 ,, 50
General assistant  7 u 50
Caretaker  5 n 50
Total salaries of Staff, $2,640
(Maintenance.)
Show-cases for exhibits	
Stands, tables, etc	
Totem pole, Indian curios, specimens, etc .
Tusks, skull, etc	
Paid for specimens of stone implements,...
Black fish   	
Brant specimens, etc	
Paid for Indian drum 	
Halibut club    	
Specimens of cod-fish	
Labour and expenses hauling totem pole..
Painting w7hale	
Gun, cartridges, etc	
Scissors, lances, etc  	
Photographic material	
Plaster, turpentine 	
Hardware, tools, etc	
Files .
Water motor	
Copper glue kettle...
Chloride of lime, etc .
Atomiser.
Paint, brush and glass .
Paint	
Pearline, soap, etc	
Kryslin.
Text books	
Encyclopaedia	
Cheese cloth, thread, etc	
Expressage	
Services as caretaker 5£ mos. @ $50; extra services Sundays and holidays
Exp. as Curator collecting specimens and data through Chilliwhack Valley	
Services cleaning tiles	
do       in museum	
Vote No. 59.—Hospital for the Insane.
(Staff.)
Medical Superintendent   12 months @ §208.33
Assistant do  11
do do      1
Bursar   12
Steward    12
Engineer  12
Gardener       12
Farmer  12
Carpenter 6 mos. @ $50;   6
Plasterer and mason  12
Tailor  12
Shoemaker      12
Carried  forward...
100
83.33
100
80
75
60
60
60
60
60
47.50
2,433 86
54 85
30 00
15 00
10 00
50 00
50 00
168 25
840 00
425 00
525 00
250 00
350 00
250 00
115 00
41 22
160 40
25 00
10 00
10 00
9 50
2 50
1 00
90
7 50
9 00
86 65
4 95
19 45
15 75
10 64
95
4 00
3 00
12 25
1 50
8 70
93
5 70
60
21 75
19 95
11 30
11 05
287 00
33 85
12 00
11 00
2,500 00
1,100 00
83 33
1,200 00
960 00
900 00
720 00
720 00
660 00
720 00
720 00
570 00
10,853 331   56,330 16 B 66
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
J McRae	
J B Poster	
W G Armour .., .
J Inglis	
J Hardacre	
T Mayes	
O Wilkie	
G Mathewson	
do
J McNeely ......
M Doyle	
J Jackson 	
G Farrant	
G W Lee	
M Fillmore	
N Brown	
W F Johnson....
P Douglas	
A Bettles	
do 	
M Doyle	
J Jackson	
G Farrant	
G W Lee	
J F Strang	
E B Jones,	
E A Thomas	
N Cunningham.
L Dunbrack	
T Wright	
A J Mercer	
J Pumphery	
W S Cunningham
D B Slater	
GW Henry	
WM Thomas. ...
S McKean	
R Farr	
J Bingham	
J Devlin	
C J Yorke	
T Hall	
S Cartwright... .
W Ellwood	
C A Alfred	
J C McBride	
J A Greschen....
T Theroux	
G Brown	
E J Corrigan ....
R H Seymour   . ..
G J Browh	
H Smith	
M E Barton	
A J Preston	
MHuff	
M Reid, Jr	
L Nowell	
R L Orr	
VForde	
T Graham	
S Huntley	
A Thomas	
E Lee	
D Brett	
K Metcalfe	
C Ferris	
W Coulson	
J Cummings	
E Lusier	
M Reid, Sr	
do        	
Brough t forward	
V.-PUBLIC   INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).-CowM»«erf.
>■ $60;
12 months
3 ii
3 i,
9 .
2 mos.
H    "
2
2
2
i $45;
35;
45;
45;
45;
2 mos. @ $40; 6 mos. 3 d. @ $41.50;
2 m. @ S40; 3 m.
  2     ,■
5 841.60:
40.00
Vote No. 59.— Hospital for the Insane.—Continued.
(Staff).—Concluded.
Teamster	
Cook	
do    9 mos.
Assistant Cook	
Supernumerary Cook	
Chief male attendant  2 mos. @ $56;
Deputy        ii  2 mos. ia $47.50;
Chief .1 	
Xightwatchman 23 days @ $45; 1 mo. 8 d. @ $50:
do 	
do  1 mo. 8 days @ $45;
do 	
do 	
do 	
Matron	
Fireman	
do     	
Laundryman and attendant	
do   2 mos. @ $45;
Male attendant  1 mo. 14 d. @ $50;
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Night nurse..  	
Mess-room orderlv	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Porter	
Female charge attendant 2 mos. f« $30;
do  2       „       30;
do 	
do   6 mos. @ $25;
do  6       .,        25;
do 	
Tailoress and attendant	
Female attendant    6 mos. <u- $25;
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Housemaid	
do 	
Laundress	
do       	
Gratuity on leaving	
2 mos.
; 2
; 8
2
2
2
45.00
42.50;
. 41.50;
45.00;
45.00;
40.00;
1
8
4
H
1
12
12
12
5
4
4
5 mos. 23 days @ $35;    4
20 d
17 d.
20 d.
■ 14 d.
17 d.
23 d.
14 d.
15 d.
17 d.
23 d.
17 d.
3d.
22 d.
28 d.
8d.
23 d.
14 d.
19 d.
26 d.
28 d.
28 d.
15 d.
Mid.
14 d.
26 d.
29 d.
21 d.
7d.
., 19 d.
„ 25 d.
„ 22 d.
„ 19 d.
!!   4 d.
$30
60
47.50
45
45
60
51
55
52.50
50
46.50
42.50
50
40
50
50
50
60
47.50
47.50
40
37.50
47.50
37.50
50
47.50
47.50
42.50
46.50
44
42.50
47.50
46.50
41.50
40
37.50
35
37.50
37.50
35
85
32
35
35
37.50
35
35
35
35
35
30
30
30
30
15
32.50
32.50
25
27.50
27.50
27.50
30
27.50
26
25
25
25
12
12
35
10
Total salaries of staff, $29,751.47
Carried forward      29,751 47
360 00
180 00
682 50
405 00
30 00
624 90
129 00
79 84
545 19
37 00
242 60
233 75
72 68
20 00
600 00
600 00
600 00
290 32
280 00
288 63
29 68
243 75
496 05
233 63
590 00
565 00
316 26
498 89
555 00
432 86
496 74
565 00
655 00
495 00
480 00
351 88
210 00
241 93
323 75
204 38
136 01
64 00
175 00
130 61
75 00
120 80
51
50 80
30 33
420 00
120 00
90 00
59 00
21 00
90 00
385 00
385 00
100 00
315 00
315 00
88 92
360 00
260 00
190 S3
95 16
92 74
90 32
72 00
61 60
140 00
90 00
30 00
56,330 10 4 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
B 67
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   ets.
$   ets.
G Adams	
Reichenbach Co, Ltd ...
S F Mark.    ..    	
J Woollard	
St Mungo Canning Co,Ld
B C Packers Ass'n	
Benson & Ayling	
J W Creighton	
Gilley Bros	
N Westminster Gas Co..
Cunningham Hdw Co...
G Adams. 	
Hinton Electric Co	
Shaake Machine Works .
Hardman & Brvson	
T JTrapp&Co	
City of New Westminst'r
D S Curtis & Co	
H Ryall	
J F Hartz & Co, Ltd	
J H Chapman	
J Stevens & Sons ....
Chandler & Massey	
H L De Beck	
J E Phillips	
W S Collister & Co	
BC Leather Co	
.1 Rousseau	
W Johnston	
Hardman & Bryson.
Cunningham Hdw Co...
W S Collister & Co	
J A Lee   ....
Ontario Rubber Co .
H R Ives & Co .   ..   ....
Central Prison Industries
Cunningham Hdw Co...
Hardman & Bryson	
G Adams	
Fairbanks Co	
Burley & Co	
J F Hartz Co, Ltd
Trov Laundry Mchny Co
Brunette Saw Mill Co, Ld
W C Chamberlain	
Victoria Glass Works .   .
EG Prior & Co	
WEFales	
G H Manchester, M D...
C A Haynes ....
C Roberts	
Jno Hopkins Press
GEDrew, M D. ..
C A Tunstall, M D
A Poole, M D	
Brought forward   .
V.-PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).-Continued.
Vote No. 59.    Hospital for the Insane.—Continued.
Provisions.
Groceries and vegetables     	
Meat	
Bread	
Milk	
Fish	
do   	
do   	
Fuel and Light.
$19,620.24
Coal 	
do   	
Gas	
Oil, waste, packing, etc
Matches, coal oil, etc     	
Lamps, fixtures and repairs
Repairs to engine	
Pipe covering	
Coal scoop	
$6,004.76
Water supply
Medicines and Surgical Appliances.
Medicines, etc	
do 	
Surgical appliances
do
do
do
Clothing, Boots and Shoes.
$743.26
Underclothing, etc	
do 	
Tweeds, cotton, flannel, etc .
Leather 	
do      	
Gum boots	
Grommets	
do       	
Furniture, Stoves, Bedding, etc.
Cotton, sheeting, etc	
Mattresses, window blinds, etc .
Rubber sheets	
Mattresses    	
Bedsteads 	
Kitchen and cooking utensils .
do
Crockery, dishes, brooms, etc ..
Scales for bakery   	
Butter cutter and mould	
Food carriage	
Blanketing for mangle	
Lumber for tables	
Repairing clocks	
Mirrors	
Clamps	
Matting	
Paid for bed spring
Library.
$2,196 13
Subscription to "Universal Anthology':
Sundry books	
Subscription " Journal of Insanity "	
Miscellanea us.
Examining 8 persons as to sanity.
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Carried forward.
6,208 91
7,118 46
3,731 49
1,917 60
633 88
9 45
45
5,289 28
33 13
335 05
200 47
45 65
54 20
38 48
7 00
1 50
337 04
306 48
33 20
28 00
20 22
18 32
1,042 60
66 90
959 92
160 98
8 40
3 50
1 50
1 60
665 83
573 60
54 80
26 30
193 75
167 66
164 65
128 10
8 75
10 00
46 60
32 75
97 64
12 00
6 90
4 05
1 75
1 50
20 00
15 00
5 00
40 00
35 00
30 00
61,910 02
56,330 16
56,330 16 B 68
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  ets.
R E Walker, M D	
E J Roth well, M D	
R J Hawkey, M D	
W A Sutherland, MD...
F JKennv, M D	
H A Whellans, M D. ...
L N Mackechnie, M D...
M S Wade, M D	
H Watt, MD	
G H Duncan, MD	
J W Cross, M D 	
C A Staples, M D	
HP Millard, MD	
J S Burriss, MD	
L AKellar, M D	
G Williams, MD	
A P Procter, MD	
J AMcAlpine, MD	
S EM Hoops, M D	
D La Bau, M D	
De Wolfe Smith, MD...
S A Ross, MD	
T S Hall, M D	
H E Langis, M D	
R H Kerr, M D	
H M Robertson, MD....
A D Keith, M D	
A M Watson, M D	
JSConklin, M D	
G Lawson, MD	
A D Morgan, M D	
Davies & Smith	
J W Bland, VS	
R A Upper	
W H Bullock-Webster ..
H Hunter	
H SRose	
R W Timmins	
C W Young	
C A Cox	
W Woollacott	
J R Vicars	
C Harrison	
J R Brown	
J Campbell	
R Bell	
W B Haynes	
F R Morris	
R Pyper	
FS Spain	
F R Murray	
D Campbell	
G J Johnston	
G Freeman	
GHSproule	
WY Taylor	
E Wilkinson	
W Martin	
J Miller	
Union Steamship Co	
Canadian Pacific Rly Co.
E Smethurst	
RW Allison	
S H Thompson	
FA Lee	
R Airth	
G H Manchester, M D ..
G Adams	
Brackman Ker Millng Co
B C Packers Ass'n	
National Fresh Fish Co..
New Method Steam Lndy
Cunningham Hdw Co...
D S Curtis & Co	
T JTrapp&Co	
Hardman & Bryson	
Brought forward	
V.-PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).-C<m«imwed.
Vote No. 59.—Hospital for the Insane.—Continued.
Miscellaneous.—Continued.
Examining 4 persons ao to sanity.
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and expenses, $10.
and expenses, S8.
and expenses, $5 .
10.
Professional services attending lunatic	
Services as dentists	
do        veterinary surgeon   	
Fares, meals, etc., as constable escorting patients to asylum	
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Services and expenses as special constable escorting patients to the Asvlum.
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Fares for keeper and patient     	
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Services as special constable	
do .. 	
Liverv and hack hire   	
do 	
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Paid gratuities, express charges, etc	
Soap, tobacco, bird seed, etc	
Hay, chop feed, straw, etc	
Ice, $73.50; and laundry drums, -S10	
Ice	
Laundering	
Hardware	
Toilet requisites and disinfectants	
Garden tools, etc	
Plumbing, etc	
Carried forward ,.
60,910 02
20 00
20 00
15 00
15 00
15 00
20 00
10 00
10 00
18 00
10 00
10 00
8 00
13 00
15 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
6 00
6 00
5 00
5 00
25 00
6 00
10 00
201 25
151 10
105 80
89 40
89 05
85 30
78 25
41 00
55 70
75 00
35 50
32 70
29 90
15 00
88 95
122 05
7 80
5 70
3 00
60
99 65
27 40
15 95
12 50
8 00
5 50
30 00
17 00
5 00
3 50
24 00
10 00
5 00
315 43
1,077 49
781 69
83 50
57 05
364 80
171 81
117 02
82 60
224 81
66,082 67
56,330 16 4 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
B 69
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   ets.
$  ets.
66,082 67
36 75
10 00
8 39
38 92
168 00
31 20
19 11
8 25
7 90
6 35
5 00
3 00
1 50
10 50
2 45
1 20
6 00
1 00
13 75
8 80
60 00
23 64
2 75
17 85
5 00
2 50
8 00
7 00
2 35
65
198 50
56,330 16
V.-PUBLIC  INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).-Co»«i«H.ed.
T Ovens	
Vote No. 59. — Hospital for the Insane.— Concluded.
Miscellaneous.—Concluded.
<I Reid	
Shaake Machine Works..
Chlr. of Lime Dry Cell Co
Albion Iron Works	
Yale&TowneMfgCo...
HT Kirk	
C W Robson	
Brunswicke   Balke   Cal-
J Duke	
W Baker	
do      	
Chicago Roachine Co. ..
Tallow	
City Market   	
Steele, Briggs & Co	
M J Henry	
Expenses to New Westminster, conferring with the Medical Superintendent...
C J Fagan, M D     ....
H Ryall	
The Daily World	
The Colonist P & P Co ..
News-Advertiser	
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Funeral expenses of 17 patients @ $10.50, $178.50; 2 <8 $10, $20   .
Vote No. OO. —Provincial Home, Kainloops.
(Staff.)
67,798 98
H McLean	
780 00
360 00
480 00
480 00
480 00
175 00
3,047 44
1,323 09
112 69
574 06
376 10
31 40
1,339 10
230 45
3 50
171 00
281 90
177 75
128 68
39 75
400 16
131 50
47 50
22 50
Cook  12           ii           40
Total salaries of Staff, $2,755
Provisions.
E Hvde	
J R Hull & Co
do   	
Milk	
do     	
Fuel and Light.
City of Kamloops	
Kamloops Saw-Mill	
Oity of Kamloops	
Mallery Drug Co	
Water.
Medicines, etc.
do                            	
Royal Inland Hospital .
Hudson's Bay Co	
A P Procter, M D
C A Tunstall, MD	
do                    .i                	
do                    ii                	
M Vereertbrugghen, M D
do                     ii                  	
11,193 57
124,129 14 B 70
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Hudson's Bay Co ...   .
L Quinn	
P Graudinnetti	
Hudson's Bay Co	
McArthur & Harper ..
M P Gordon	
J L Gordon	
Shotton & McClughan
E G Prior & Co	
J M Benzie	
T H Leeming	
J H Davies	
C Rumner	
J Watlin	
A Mullin	
B F Reamy	
W Rogers	
W J McGie	
G Sweetland	
C PR Co	
H McLean	
HS Rose	
E J Scovil	
C S Campbell	
J Baird 	
F S Hussey	
Clark & Stewart	
C F Lindburg 	
M P Gordon	
Shotton & McClughan
J M Benzie	
E G Prior & Co	
Dill & Davidson	
J P Dill & Co	
W Hargreaves	
T H Leeming	
Taylor & Co	
J BrowTn	
E T W Pearse 	
M Ardell	
W Dorner	
A P Procter, M D	
D C McLaren	
J L Gordon	
Royal Jubilee     Hospital
Vancouver General
Nanaimo n
St. Eugene
Royal Columbian
Queen Victoria
Kootenay L. General
Ymir General
Royal Inland
Vernon Jubilee
Union and Comox
Chemainus General
Roval Cariboo
Brought forward	
V.-PUBLIC  INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).-Co«rf?«?ed.
Vote No. OO.— Provincial Home, Kamloops.—Concluded.
Clothing.
Clothing   	
Repairing shoes	
Making shoes for club-foot inmate
Furniture, Bedding, etc.
Linoleum, table linen, etc	
do
Furniture	
do       	
Kitchen and cooking utensils
do
Copper boiler 	
Dishes	
Toronto .
n Chatham, Ontario .
of patient en route to Kamloops ...
Transport.
Travelling allowance, Kamloops to Liverpool.
do
do
Fares, meals, etc.
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Fares, meals, etc.
Fares
Paid for travelling expenses
do i
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do ,
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do   subsistence
Livery hire
do
of patient to and from Kamloops.
of patients to Kamloops .
Miscellaneo as.
Burial of 15 inmates	
Boilers, pipe and hardware.
Plumbing, etc	
Hardware, etc	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Lumber .
Garden seeds	
Paid for labour storing away ice	
Services as matron during illness of    rs. McLean .
do        nurse	
Examination of applicant for admission	
Repairing truss	
Brackets 	
2 months @ $30
8 days     @   40
VI. -HOSPITALS AND CHARITIES.
Vote No. 01.- Grants to Hospitals.
Grant per capita to Hospital, Victoria  12 months ending 30th June, 1904
do
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Vancouver
Nanaimo	
Cranbrook ....
NewWestmins'r
Revelstoke ....
Nelson    	
Ymir	
Kamloops 	
Vernon 	
Cumberland ...
Chemainus ....
Barkerville ....
Carried forward.
11,193 57
471 27
24 25
6 50
38 92
22 31
29 49
14 20
19 60
10 65
10 90
4 30
88 15
67 75
59 26
9 25
6 00
5 00
6 00
57 50
113 30
81 30
23 55
22 00
21 10
18 05
4 00
6 00
2 50
300 00
63 68
44 95
39 13
16 10
9 05
6 15
17 80
50 45
2 15
46 00
60 00
11 67
5 00
1 25
70
10,357 95
10,357 96
7,248 45
6,786 30
6,438 00
3,736 00
3,253 95
2,622 00
2,531 80
2,199 05
2,070 90
2,051 10
2,000 00
61,653 45
13,109 74
137,238 88 4 Ed. 7 Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904. B 71
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   ets.
$ ets.
Golden Hospital
Sacred Heart i
Pt. Simpson General   i
Phcenix General i
Mater Misericordiae i
Sandon Miners Union i
Atlin General
Bella Bella & Rivers I. i
Lardeau Miners Union i
Hazelton t
Miners Union General T
Cottage t:
St. Andrews
Refuge Home	
Alexandra Home .
C Maclean, M D ..
W A Wilkins, M D
A D Morgan, M D
GHTutill, M D ..
G R Baker, M D ..
E C Foot, MD ...
S E M Hoops, M D
A J Stuart, M D ..
A L Kendall, M D
Brought forward	
VI.-HOSPITALS AND CHARITIES.-Cwrfinued.
Vote No. 61.—Grants to Hospitals.—Concluded.
Grant per capita to Hospital, Golden  12 months ending 80th June, 1904
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do n Phoenix  tt M
do tt Rossland  .. ..
do tt Sandon    ... ,i u
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do 11 Ferguson  . i i,
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do ii Slocan     tt n
do .i Grand Forks... u ..
do ii Atlin  12 months ending 30th June, 1903
Vote No. 62.—Refuge Home, Victoria.
Grant in aid, 12 months	
Vote No. 63.—Alexandra Home, Vancouver.
Grant in aid, 12 months	
Vote No. 65.—In aid of Resident Physician, West Coast.
Grant in aid, 12 months	
Vote No. 67'—In aid, of Resident Physician, Quesnel Forks.
Grant in aid, 8 months and 17 days @ 841.66	
Vote No. 68.—In aid of Resident Physician, Quesnel.
Grant in aid, 12 months	
Vote No. 69. — In aid of Resident Physician, Nicola.
Grant in aid, 12 months	
Vote No. 70.—In aid of Resident Physician, Salt Spring Island.
Grant in aid, 8 months
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Vote No. 72.—In aid of Resident Physician, 150-Mile House.
Grant in aid, 12 months	
Vote No. 73.—In aid of Resident Physician, Mission City.
Grant in aid, 12 months	
Vote No. 74.—In aid, of Resident Physician, Surrey.
Grant in aid, 6 months	
Carried forward	
1,745 50
1,736 40
1,709 10
1,491 40
1,379 40
1,258 30
1,228 90
1,205 80
1,011 90
839 00
557 00
517 65
377 45
1,000 00
300 00
81,615 92 B 72 Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
*   ets.
$  ets.
81,615 92
VI.-HOSPITALS AND CKAKITIES-Continued.
Vote No. 75.—In aid of Resident Physician, Trout Lake.
W E Newcombe, M D ...
200 00
Vote No. 75c.—In aid. of Resident Physician, Camborne.
300 00
Vote No. 76.—In aid of Resident Physician, South Okanagan.
R B White, M D	
500 00
Vote No. 78.—In aid of Resident Physician, Windermere District.
R Elliott, M D	
300 00
Vote No. 79. —In aid of Resident Physician, Atlin.
H E Young, MD	
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125 00
166 66
150 00
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441 66
Vote No. SO.—In aid of Resident Physician, Princeton.
270 00
Vote No. 81.—In aid of Resident Physician, Port Essington.
T A Wilson, M D	
500 00
Vote No. 82.—In aid of Resident Physician, Port Simpson.
W T Kergin, M D	
Vote No. 83.—In aid of Resident Physician, Hazelton.
HC Wrinch, M D	
500 00
Vote No. 85.—In aid of Resident Physician, Denman and
Hornby Islands.
G D Beadnell, MD..
Vote No. 87.—In aid of Destitute Poor and Sick.
St Paul's Hospital	
B C Protestant Orp Home
Home for Aged and In-
2,414 50
828 05
336 00
250 00
160 00
63 86
350 00
180 00
108 00
100 00
100 oo
78 00
66 00
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Children's Aid Society ..
St Mary's Mission	
H E Young, M D	
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J H King, M D	
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G S Gordon, M D	
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T A Wilson, M D	
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S Bonnell, M D .  	
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A J Stuart, M D	
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5,033 41
85,377 58 4 Ed. 7       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
B 73
B F Boyce, M D	
C A McDiarmid, M D .
H A Whillans, M D ...
GW Green, MD	
II M Robertson, M D..
J E Spankee, M D ....
D B Lazier, M D	
CPHiggins, MD	
Mrs K Macdonald	
G H W Brown	
C Flesh	
F Smith	
W Cook	
M E Rowed 	
M Muir 	
L P Lewis	
F Weaver	
J Nygaard	
A Fitzsimmons	
W Fraser .'
G D Root	
B W Ward	
T Harman	
J Caffery	
G Williams	
Methodist   Ladies'    Aid
Society, Revelstoke ...
C Kerr	
M Moran	
J R Galvin	
Mrs Goebel	
P Labouci	
M M Green	
B O'Connor	
R St. Clair	
J Bevilockwav   	
D H Ross & Co	
J F Mesher	
E T W Pearse 	
Watson & Hall 	
L Dickinson	
Wilson & Barclay ....
G Thompson ....'	
W George	
McDonald & MeGillivray.
Crow's Nest Trading Co.
F Bourne	
E J Tronson	
M Patrick	
W M Brown	
Mrs. Arbuekle	
Dixon Bros	
D J Cochrane	
Sundry persons	
do 	
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C J South   	
W Dorner	
M Jurick	
J Coleman	
Mallery Drug Co	
C R Bourne	
A W Bleasdell	
M P Gordon	
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C P R Co	
White Pass & Yukon Ry.
R Reid	
E Perrin	
J A Nesbitt	
J H McMullin	
W Williams	
G A Kerr & Co	
Brought forward	
VI.-HOSPITALS AND CKAKITIES.-Continued.
Vote No. 87.—In aid of Destitute Poor and Sick.— Continued.
Professional services, etc., destitute poor and sick persons.
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Provisions, etc.,        n (J.Irvine)  	
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do ii (M. Morrison)	
do i. (I. Shultz)	
Expenses in connection with several indigent poor and sick.
Services as nurse	
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Medicines supplied to several indigent poor and sick	
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Bedding, etc., n ti 	
Burial of 3 indigents	
Transportation of an indigent poor and sick person	
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Carried, forward.
53 00
50 00
25 0C
15 0C
15 00
15 00
5 00
2 00
420 00
240 00
230 00
205 00
144 00
130 00
120 00
115 00
100 00
91 67
65 00
65 00
54 50
60 00
45 00
45 00
40 00
40 00
24 00
20 00
12 00
10 00
10 00
9 00
5 00
2 50
395 00
195 00
195 00
380 52
100 00
91 00
27 45
19 00
17 70
15 01
7 79
5 00
37 00
43 35
13 25
15 00
17 33
1 50
217 10
167 60
97 85
65 00
55 15
58 75
46 65
50 00
54 50
22 50
22 00
29 85
3 25
1 50
3 85
60 00
19 55
20 00
45 00
20 00
19 90
11 40
10 00
10 00
10,193 38    85,377
86,377 58 B 74
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   ets.
$   ets
J H Turner	
Upper Columbia Nav Co.
F W Laing	
N A McGill	
H S Rose	
B C Express Co	
T Hornby	
J Walters	
H Fairfield	
Fernie Ctg Co	
J T Motion	
A T Sleeper	
T J Davies	
N Fitzstubbs	
Lardeau Miners' Union..
Hazelton Hospital	
Union and Comox	
Vancouver Gen Hospital
Ymir General Hospital.
Vernon Jubilee Hospital,
M C M Whillans, Sec'y of
Hospital Board ....
Pay List	
T Shotbolt, J P	
R B McMicking, J P ....
WDalby, JP	
H O Alexander, S M
H A Mellon, J P	
T Dunn	
F Buscombe, J P	
D Donaldson, J P	
C Gardiner Johnson, J P.
J C McArthur, J P 	
P F Venables, J P   	
G Hargreaves, J P .....
WTCooksley, J P	
W M Hilbert, J P	
E Pimbury, J P	
Sundry persons	
do     	
do     	
do     	
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Brought forward	
VI.- HOSPITALS AND CnAmTlES.-Concluded.
Vote No. 87.—In aid of Destitute Poor and Sick.- Concluded.
Transportation of an indigent poor and sick person (paid) .
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t. (paid)
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fare
Expressage with furniture
Livery hire
do
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Kalsomining a cottage for
Allowance in addition to supe
(paid) .
■anuation grant   	
Vote No. 88.—Aid. towards Building Hospitals.
Grant in aid of Building Fund .
do
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Vote No. 88a.—Grant to Vancouver General Hospital.
Grant towards building   	
Vote No. 88b. — Grant to Ymir Hospital.
Grant in aid of construction	
Vote No. 88c— Grant to Vernon Hospital.
Grant in aid of repairs, including septic tank	
Vote No. 88d.—Grant to Kaslo Hospital.
Grant in aid of purchasing furniture	
VII—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
Vote No. 89.—Summoning and paying J'urors and Witnesses.
Petit and grand jurors, all Assizes.
Selector of jurors, Victoria	
do .. 	
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New Westminster .
Nanaimo.
Witness fees and expenses, Rex. v. Wong On and Wong Gow, Victoria .
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Carried forward, ...  	
10,193 38
9 70
7 50
7 95
3 60
2 30
5 00
3 75
5 00
2 00
1 25
50
50
5 00
50 00
2,000 00
2,000 00
1,000 00
5,739 55
10 00
10 00
5 00
15 00
15 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
10 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
10 00
5 00
86 00
73 26
36 00
24 00
20 00
6,102 80
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Brought forward.
VII-ADMINISTRATTON  OF  JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES.)-
Continued.
Vote No. 89.—Summoning and  paying tlurors  and  Witnesses.
Continued.
v. Ozadamari, Victoria    	
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Shultz, M           	
Miller, M           	
Royds, h           	
LaPlanta, n            	
Dong Nam, n           	
Chungranes, n           	
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Vll.-ADMINISTRATION  OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).-
Continued.
Vote No. 89.—Summoning and paying Jurors and   Witnesses.-
Continued.
Witness fees and expenses, Rex.
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Bamford,
Jameson,
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Therault,
Louis and Hing,
Martin,
Dupont,
Chong,
Martin,
Sing Wo,
Warn,
Lorenzetto,
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Comox	
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Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
B 77
TO WHOM PAID.
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C W Young	
,T A Nesbitt	
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S A Huson	
0 Wilkie	
W Munro.	
A G Barnhardt	
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C S Campbell	
Dominion Hotel	
Poodle Dog Restaurant
New England Hotel  ...
Commercial Hotel	
Badminton Hotel	
E A Gros ,	
Metropole Hotel	
Regina Hotel	
A E Beck	
J Fox	
Colonial Hotel	
Hume Hotel	
Graham & Perrv	
JEN Smith	
0 PR Co	
Alert Bay Saw-mill Co .
R Draney	
Union SS Co	
SS Daisy	
B C Electric Ry	
S H Thompson	
R Bray	
Victoria Transfer Co ...
F Ellison	
G Winter	
C Marston	
H W Lomas	
G S Russell	
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B C Dist Mess Service..
D M Rogers	
Yates & Jny	
D M Eberts, K C 	
A L Belvea, K C	
W P Grant	
A B Pottenger	
W E Burns	
O Plunkett	
S Livingstone	
Cane & Mclnnes	
J R Grant	
McPbillips & Williams ..
Burns & Daly	
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T O Townley	
A J Kappelle	
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R L Reid	
W M Grev	
Corbould & Grant	
H D Helmcken, KG....
J H Simpson	
C H B Potts	
C W McAnn	
P E Wilson	
W A Macdonald	
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VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).-
Contintted.
Vote- No. 89.—Summoning and Paying tlurors and   Witnesses -
Concluded.
Expenses serving summonses, etc	
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jurors, etc .
Vote No. 90. — Pi'oseciftion und, Interpreters.
Crown Counsel, Speedv Trials and Assizes, Victoria	
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VII-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES)-
Cont-Vnued.
Vote No. 90.—Prosecution and Interpreters. —Continued.
R W Hannington	
F J Fulton, KC	
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J A Neshltt ....
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K Tranter	
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G W Morrow ...
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A S Monro, M D	
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L T Davis, M D	
MS Wade, M D	
J S Burriss, M D 	
E C Arthur, M D	
F J B Rogers, M D	
G M Foster, M D	
J W Cross, MD	
H H Trites	
A Barlow.	
J Abrams	
W E Newcombe, M D..
A Moffatt   	
G Sanson, M D 	
L A Agassiz	
E B White, M D	
J Stone 	
W W Coulthard, M D ..
C Harrison	
W B Lord	
A Walter •	
J Norcross	
A W Corker	
J A Buckham 	
O Morris, M D	
R Elliott, M D	
A J Stuart, M D	
R L Popham, M D	
F WHall, MD	
G H Duncan, M D	
A E Bolton, M D	
Drs Hall and Rothwell.
R E Walker, M D	
W F Drvsdale, M D ....
F T Troughton, M D   ..
0 A Tunstall, M D	
A P Procter, M D	
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J E Spankie, M D	
S S Oppenheimer, M D.
W H Sutherland, M D .
C P Higgins, M D 	
DCorsan, MD	
H W Keith, MD	
A D Morgan, M D	
C A Staples, M D	
J A Gillespie, M D	
FW Green, M D	
H A Whillans, M D ....
T A Wilson, MD	
G R Baker, M D	
Brought forward.
YTI.-ADMTNISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN  SALARIES).-
Continued.
Vote No. 90.—Prosecution and Interpreters.—Concluded.
Interpreter, Clinton .
Paid   do       Ashcroft .
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Vote No. 91.—Expenses of Inquests.
Holding 11 inquests (tf 810,
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Medical evidence at 3 inquests, Cumberland .
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do       1 post mortem, 85! 2 inq., 810; med. evid., 85; n      34.50; Princeton 	
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H C Wrinch, M D ...
A T Clark	
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J F Sayre 	
C A Dow	
G Cunningham	
Graham & Perry....
W L Fernie	
A Mooney   	
F R Murray	
G J Johnston	
J WBnrr	
F J B Rogers, M D...
W D Palmer	
J McFarlane	
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W E Newcombe, M D
R Howson '	
H Keast	
F Rosenburg	
J H Cocking	
Bannerman & Lewis .
Thompson & Scoville
J Degnan 	
E G Warde	
R C Coulson	
H Doncaster	
A W Von Rhein 	
W Yates	
CABPotts   	
O C Bass	
E C Hart, M D	
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McPhillips, Wooton
Tug "Edna Crace"..
B C Furniture Co....
G J Johnston	
F R Murray	
R Porter & Sons	
M R Smith & Co	
Saunders Grocen' Co
Victoria Gas Co	
B Williams & Co,... .
Kingham & Co	
Johns Bros	
E G Prior & Co .    .   .
Victoria Water-Works
Taylor Mill Co	
W H Jones 	
McCandless Bros	
S Reid & Co	
Wescott Bros	
J Fullerton	
J Lef evre	
E Bird	
J Maynard	
Sergt Newton	
E Jeeves 	
H Carne	
M Jamieson	
J Baker	
R Lettice	
Brought forward.
VU.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
Continued.
Vote No, 91.—Expenses of Inquests.— Concluded.
Medical evidence,
Holding 1 inquiry,
Medical evidence, $5; mileage, $4.40,
do 5; „ 4.80,
Holding 1 post mortem,
do       1 inquiry,
do       1
Special constables	
Witnesses	
Interpreters	
Jurors .
Somenos	
Denman Island.
Nicola	
Morrissey     .
Barkerville	
Hazelton	
Moyie	
Paid fares, meals, etc., jurors and witnesses, Enderby .
Meals,
Paid
do
do
do
do
Lytton .
Wardner ...
Greenwood .
Kamloops .
Cranbrook
Victoria...
Ashcroft ..
Kaslo	
Keremeos .
Wardner ..
Meals at inquest,
Paid meals for witness,
do n
do constable,
Paid for coffin, digging grave, etc.,
Services exhuming and burying body,
Lumber for coffin,
Taking bodies to and from inquests,
Paid rent of hall,
do
Livery hire for Coroner, jurors, etc.,
do
do
do
do
Boat hire,
do
do
do
do
do
Services as Crown Counsel at inquest,
Expenses u u
Services as Coroner holding 18 sessions re Clallam disaster
Jurors at 18      n
Services as Counsel at n
Hire of tug searching for bodies,
Hire of chairs at inquest,
Fares serving summons,
Meals attending inquest (paid),
Ferguson...
Revelstoke .
Duncan ....
Ashcroft ...
Nanaimo...
Greenwood.
Nanaimo...
Harrison .,
Saturna ..
Esquimalt
Hope 	
Cumberland .
7£ days @ §35
Vote No. 93.—Keep of Prisoners.
Meat,
Bread,
Groceries,
Gas and coke,
Clothing and bedding,
Coal,
Groceries,
Hardware,
Water,
Sawdust,
Bark,
Clothing,
do
do
Boots and shoes,
do
do
do
do
Milk,
Meals supplied prisoners,
do
Wood,
Paints, oils, etc.,
Victoria Gaol
Carried forward.
5 00
5 OC
9 4C
9 8C
10 OC
5 0C
6 OC
126 0C
36 04
17 0C
12 0C
30 2C
19 21
14 2C
14 0C
13 6C
7 01
1 5C
1 10
1 OC
1 Ot
13 25
5 0C
1 0C
15 0C
10 00
5 0C
21 5C
5 00
3 0C
3 0C
2 60
20 0C
12 0C
10 50
5 5C
5 OC
2 5C
60 00
35 95
180 OC
216 00
500 00
262 5C
5 00
85
50
531 65
464 72
421 39
343 45
281  30
182 00
127 45
111 2C
137 25
98 3C
16 0C
14 8C
71 00
4 8C
48 0C
44 5C
12 00
5 0C
2 9C
52 5C
67 25
40 8C
80 00
21 22
22,451 35
4,175 14
169 48    26,626 49 4 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
B 81
.1 Sears	
Clarke & Pearson	
J H Warner & Co	
A McGregor & Co	
Albion Iron Works	
Braden Bros	
E B Marvin & Co	
Victoria Chemical Co ...
D Mc Dean	
Deaville Sons & Co 	
W J Pendray	
W Jackson & Co   	
Kryslin Mfg Co	
D E Campbell	
G Morison & Co	
G Maidment	
T Shotbolt	
F S Hussey	
R L Fraser, M D	
A A Hu.mber	
L Hall	
Shore & Anderson	
Weiler Bros	
T N Hibben & Co	
Victoria Book & Sta Co .
D Spencer	
Sylvester Feed Co	
Jay & Co	
Raymond & Son	
Victoria Steam Laundry.
C E Redfern	
S A Stoddard	
J P Burgess	
Haggarty & Coulson	
W D Auckland	
Hemans & Walmsley. -..
Bennett & Stewart	
W Hoggan	
A R Johnston & Co	
Nanaimo City Water
Works	
Nanaimo Electric Light
Co	
Thompson & Scovelle ...
J Hirst	
M A Whitfield	
W Manson 	
E Pimbury & Co	
II Dempsey	
C Trawf ord	
H Mclndoo	
A Haslam	
Enterprise Harness Store
Handle Bros	
Andrews & Donaldson...
A Ross	
Victoria Chemical Co ...
Union Brewery Co	
S Coburn	
E Hoskius	
Nanaimo Corporation...
A L Lavery	
Reichenbach Co	
G Adams	
Benson & Ay ling	
J Fleger	
New  Westminster   Corporation 	
Gilley Bros	
New Westminster Gas Co
J E Phillips	
W Johnston	
E Rousseau 	
H Ryall	
City Market	
Brackman, Ker Mill. Co.
Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATTON OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).-
Concluded.
Vote No. 93.—Keep of Prisoners.—Continued.
Paints, oils, etc.,
Tinware,
Repairing tanks,
do       wringer, etc.,
do       range,
Gas rod,
Paint,
Fertiliser,
Straw,
Manure,
Spray mixture,
Drugs,
Kryslin,
Disinfectants,
do
do
do
(Pd) do
Medical attendance on prisoner,
Extracting teeth,
do
Matting, etc.,
do
Books, etc.,
do
Caps, etc.,
Seeds, etc.,
Garden seeds,
Lime,
Laundry ing,
Repairing clock,
Clock,
Screens,
Teaming,
Pruning orchard,
Meat,
Bread,
do
Groceries,
Water,
Electric light,
Coal,
Clothing, etc.,
Shoes,
Milk,
Drugs,
Meals,
do
Paid meals,
Glass and putty,
Repairing harness.
Stove fittings, etc.,
Blacksmithing,
Horseshoeing,
Fertiliser,
Sacks.
Teaming,
do
Weighing hay,
Bread,
Meat,
Groceries,
Fish,
Milk,
Light and water,
Coal,
Gas,
Clothing,
Boots and shoes,
Leather,
Medicines,
Potatoes,
Hay and grain,
Victoria Gaol
Nanaimo Gaol.
New Westminster Gaol
Carried forward.
3,169 48
26,626 49
14 00
•
22 65
33 50
8 00
1 75
1 60
24 75
40 00
20 CO
6 00
4 50
63 15
4 50
4 15
3 00
3 00
2 50
1 55
6 00
6 00
2 50
36 30
16 95
10 00
8 CO
5 63
26 95
7 50
2 50
3 30
2 00
1 50
11 10
6 00
5 00
187 24
184 62
-.  9 54
176 74
90 91
85 70
46 00
97 45
42 00
4 35
62 60
3 00
2 00
50
2 05
2 30
49 40
27 40
6 00
22 50
4 00
21 50
4 00
50
643 06
399 46
359 91
146 61
11 19
238 37
481 21
175 90
279 90
59 20
18 38
72 85
35 00
70 15
7,704 60
25,626 49 B 82
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
Cunningham Hdwe Co..
G Cunningham & Son ..
Shaake Machine Wks ...
A Speck	
Royal City Plan Mills ...
F J Kenny, M.D	
GEDrew, M.D	
RE Walker, M.D	
Hotel Colonial	
F E Cameron	
J F Barber	
J R Hull & Co	
J Beaton	
Hudson's Bay Co	
Mallery Drug Co	
J Melton	
City of Kamloops	
Shotton & McClughan ..
E G Prior & Co	
Dill & Davidson 	
T H Leeming .  	
Kamloops Saw-Mill	
W Hargreaves	
Johnston & Co	
D C McLaren	
H H St, George, V.S
J L Gordon	
A Beaton	
McLean & Co	
M J Henry	
J Brown    	
Palace Bakery	
P Burns & Co	
F S McPherson	
J M Fraser	
Canada Drug & Book Co.
WFTeetzel	
Corporation of the City of
Nelson	
Kootenay Elec Supply Co
J H Gilker	
F Irvine &"Co	
Hudson's Bay Co	
J A Kirkpatrick	
Cabinet Cigar Store.  ..
W P Tierney	
W W West	
H Byers & Co	
J H Ashdown Hdwe Co
Wood, Vallance Hwde Co
D A Munro  	
J Thompson	
McLachlan Bros	
Hebden & Hebden	
Kootenay Eng Works ..
A G Lambert	
Bell Trading Co     	
Brackman, Ker Mill Co
GMGunn	
W Ebbs 	
West Transfer Co   	
R E Lemon	
C R Martin  	
C Godwin	
W R Megaw	
Vernon Produce Co   ...
W T Shatford	
Hudson's Bay Co	
W F Cameron   	
W T Loveridge	
Cooper Bros	
S A Shatford	
Corporrtion of the City of
Vernon 	
S A Muir & Co	
M Duncan	
Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF  JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).-
Concluded.
Vote No. 93.—Keep of Prisoners.—Continued.
New Westminster Gaol
Hardware,
Blacksmithing, n  ■	
Repairing kettles, n 	
do bell, .. 	
Lumber, .. 	
Assisting at operation, 11 	
do i.     	
Examination of prisoner, n 	
Meals, " 	
Hack hire taking prisoner from gaol to hospital, New Westminster Gaol .
Bread, Kamloops Gaol	
Meat, i.      	
Groceries, n 	
Groceries and clothing ti 	
Medicines, u 	
Coal and wood, 11 	
Water and light, i. 	
Hardware, m 	
do ii 	
do ii 	
do ii 	
Lumber, .- 	
Blacksmithing, n 	
Plastering, .. 	
Repairs to harness, .. 	
Veterinary services, ,t 	
Matting, it 	
Oats, .. 	
do .. 	
Plants, " 	
do i. 	
Bread, Nelson Gaol   	
Meat, ii 	
Groceries, it 	
Milk, .. 	
Medicines, ..    	
do .. 	
Light, ii 	
Lamps and fixtures, ti 	
Clothing, " 	
do .. 	
do it 	
Broom, soap, etc., h 	
Tobacco, ti 	
Coal, it 	
Wood, i, 	
Hardware, .. 	
do ii 	
do i. 	
do 	
Paint, ii	
Lime, ii 	
Repairing stove, etc., u     	
do      lawn mowers, n 	
Lumber, n 	
Potatoes, -i 	
Grass seed, .. 	
Repairing shoes, it 	
do it 	
Expressage, n 	
do (paid),
Bread,
Meat,
Provisions,
do
Groceries, clothing, etc.,
Clothing,
Vernon Gaol
do
do
do
do
boots and shoes, etc.,
Light and water,
Medicines,
Milk,
Carried forward.
7,704 60
99 34
59 25
21 40
50
8 72
35 00
10 00
5 00
6 00
1 50
448 63
428 61
269 43
427 98
161 60
873 03
538 30
199 38
13 60
4 95
1 90
42 45
22 25
70 63
7 40
16 50
2 76
6 24
2 92
2 25
1 00
416 01
411 02
196 24
23 74
77 85
12 00
125 00
17 45
311 10
27 80
3 70
8 28
6 75
219 38
45 00
182 83
25 45
6 50
2 00
5 00
21 70
10 60
3 38
90
3 28
1 40
2 75
50
11 70
1 05
142 93
81 90
221 68
6 75
269 99
257 90
126 53
7 00
10 00
17 43
325 83
27 45
1 90
15,170 16 26,626
26,626 49 4 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
B 83
Vernon Hardware Co ...
S C Smith	
E J Tronson	
J Harwood	
S B Green	
C S Campbell  	
J Munro	
A Poole, M.D	
J I Woodrow	
A E Bennison	
M A Smith & Co	
Bourne Bros	
Corporation of the City of
Revelstoke	
T Steed     	
F B Wells	
W Bews	
Canada Drug & Book Co.
W M Lawrence	
W Fleming   	
R Samson   	
H N Coursler 	
Revelstoke Lumber Co..
C B Hume & Co, Ltd...
W A Sutherland, M.D...
R. R. Robinson   	
Moscrop Bros  	
F Fraser	
Golden & East Kootenav
Trading Co	
C A Warren	
H G Parsons	
P Burns & Co 	
Golden Meat Co 	
Mrs Blakley	
H JStarforth	
J A Buckbam	
J W Conner	
J N Taylor, M.D	
R I Atkins	
R Burr  	
Ashcroft Water, Electric
& Improvement Co ...
S Dick	
A J Rebaglietti    ...	
J Gosse	
Harvey, Bailey & Co....
J H Anthony   	
Mary (Indian)	
F R Morris '	
Cranbrook Elec Light Co
C S Parker 	
J Brault	
R E McLean	
M B Heath	
Hill & Co   	
Manning & Siddons	
G T Rogers   	
R E Beattie	
Ft Steele Mercantile Co.
S H Hoskins 	
D H McDonald	
W Thornton	
Ft Steele Waterworks..
A Kershaw	
Carlin & Durick	
T Roberts	
H Thirv	
E C Miller	
A Neidig	
T C Armstrong      	
H Watt, M.D   	
Crow's Nest Trading Co.
C Richards   	
London & Liverpool Co .
P Burns & Co	
Brought forward.
VII -ADMINISTRATION
OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).-
Continued.
Hardware, etc.,
Lumber,
Meals,
Teaming,
Meals supplied prisoners
Paid n
Paid
Medical attendance,
Meat,
Bread,
do
Groceries,
Water and light,
Provisions,
Clothing,
Drugs,
do
Hardware,
Wood,
do
Coal,
Lumber,
Lye,
Medical attendance,
do
Repairing water tap,
Paid meals,
Provisions,
Groceries,
do
Meat,
do
Bread,
do
Drugs,
Wood,
Medical attendance,
Putting up stove,
Meals for prisoners,
Water,
Wood,
do
do
Clothing,
Broom, etc.,
Washing, blankets,
Meals (paid),
Light,
Water,
do
Wood,
do
Blankets,
Whitewash brush,
Oil, broom, etc.,
Chloride lime,
Coal Oil,
Broom, etc. (paid),
Scavenger,
Cleaning cells,
Water,
Groceries,
do
Meat,
do
Provisions,
Bread,
Repairing tub,
Medical attendance,
Groceries, clothing, etc.,
do
do
Meat,
Vote No. 93.—Keep of Prisoners.—Continued
Vernon Gaol	
Vancouver Lock-up.
Revelstoke Lock-up .
Golden Lock-up .
Ashcroft Lock-up.
Cranbrook Lock-np
Fort Steele Lock-up .
Fernie Lock-up.
Carried forward,,
15,170
36 15
60
20 0C
1 75
109 0C
12 20
4 75
13 25
114 15
45 OC
2 Ot
70 20
73 25
1 50
6 15
3 25
1 6C
7 00
10 00
7 00
47 95
9 90
30
5 00
2 50
3 45
3 50
73 10
56 80
5 06
56 22
5 26
39 25
6ll
5 25
102 00
15 00
5 10
259 50
75 00
26 00
22 50
10 00
5 75
2 00
2 5C
81 45
36 75
11 oo
8 00
29 25
27 60
36 0C
2 00
2 60
75
2 0C
60
10 8C
6 75
102 5C
23 90
23 5C
40 9C
4 95
10 6C
28 90
50
10 00
168 46
24 98
3 25
48 44
26,626 49
17,293 78    26,626 49 B 84
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904
Calgary Cattle Co ...
McEwing & Slinn ....
A W Bleasdell	
C P Higgins, M.D....
Crow's Nest Pass Electric
Light & Power Co .
Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co
Trites-Wood Co 	
HASenkbeil 	
Sheppard & Elliott,. .
J D Quail 	
WHandley	
Fernie Cartage Co .. .
F Robins   	
W French	
J H McMullin	
G F Rogers  	
Moyie Water Co	
F Desaulnier	
J McDonald	
Reid, Campbell & Co
McEachern & McDonald.
P F Johnston	
P JRouth	
Trites-Wood Co  	
R L Henderson	
Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co
J Lambert 	
Lake & Co	
Crow's Nest Pass Lm Co.
C A Dow	
W F Tranter 	
SH Hoskins	
G A Starke	
W Boyd 	
J Hector	
D B Lazier, M.D	
J H Young	
Kootenay Lumber Co ...
Harper & Morrison	
J Wilson	
Cosens Bros	
T P Reed	
M R Eagleson 	
Jack   (Indian)	
August      ii      	
William     n     	
W Cummings	
P Santini     	
WGDuguid	
S A Macfarlane	
A Woodhus	
Cumberland Elec L Co.
Cumberland & Union
Water Co	
D Kilpatrick	
C H Tarbell	
D McDougall	
G J Johnston	
A Lucas	
J Heathelas	
Alert Bay Saw-Mill ....
W Woollacott   	
C A Cox 	
R B Halhed	
J Pearson	
G Morison & Co. -	
Clarke & Pearson	
W Sharp	
A H Lomas 	
Pitt & Peterson	
Police Charlie	
C Harrison	
B C Canning Co	
P .Skow	
CAR Lambly  	
VII. -ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).-
Continued.
Vote No. 93—Keep of Prisoners.    Continued.
Meat,
Bread,
Drugs,
Medical attendance,
Water and light,
Coal and water,
Bedding, clothing, etc.,
Boots,
Pails, etc.,
Hardware,
Wood,
Cartage,
do
do
Paid cartage,
Grass seed,
Water,
Coal,
Wood,
Oil, etc.,
do
Meals,
Paid meals,
Oil, provisions, etc.,
Paid meals, etc.,
Coal,
Wood,
Coal oil,
Wood,
ii     (paid),
Meals (paid),
Coal oil (paid),
Meals,
do
do
Medical attendance,
Meals,
Blankets and clothing,
Livery hire for doctor,
Meals (paid),
Oil,
Meals,
do
Wood,
do
do
Oil, etc.,
Glass, oil, etc.,
do
Water,
Meals,
Light,
Water,
Wood,
Buckles,
Wood and oil {paid),
Meals (paid),
do       ii
Wood,
Pails and lamps,
Meals (paid),
Wood (paid),
Meals (paid),
do
Disinfectant,
Pans, etc.,
Wood,
Meals,
Lantern,
Meals,
do
Meals,
Wood,
Meals (paid),
Fernie Lock-up.
Moyie Lock-up .
Michel Lock-up.
Athalmer Lock-up.
Wardner Lock-up .
Morrissey Lock-up ..
Kimberley Lock-up.
Wilmer Lock-up	
Camborne Lock-up.
Oomaplix Lock-up
Creston Lock-up  	
Camp McKinney Lock-up.
Lillooet Lock-up	
Cumberland Lock-up .
Clayoquot.
Van Anda Lock-up .
Alert Bay Lock-up.
Alberni Lock-up	
Chemainus Lock-up .
Comox Lock-up .
Duncan Lock-up
Clo-oose Lock-up	
Massett Lock-up	
Rivers Inlet Lock-up .
Fairview Lock-up
17,293 78
35 84
138 35
60 90
102 00
143 30
54 00
133 24
9
9 30
3 40
5 25
16 05
6
5 20
25
6 30
60 00
31 50
8 50
10 95
3 40
5 00
29 50
66 95
8 25
4 50
30 00
6 55
8 00
3 50
1 00
4 2:
2 50
9 80
2 75
25 00
10 15
9 35
6 50
26,626 49
35
2 50
62 25
19 75
20 00
16 00
2 60
%
18 65
12 85
2 85
11 75
20 00
21 20
19 20
5 00
1 0')
23 90
1 15
21 60
26 25
6 00
14 60
2 50
8 65
3 5C
3 26
2 05
2 50
3 50
1 00
37 0C
233 20
73 65
24 0C
26 25
19,119 81
26,626 49 4 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
B 85
W T Shatford	
C Blackwood	
HL AKellar, M.D	
J Simpson	
J Sneil	
McKinnon & Sutherland.
DesBrisay Jobbing Co...
Ymir Water Co   	
L W Winslow  	
S Miller	
A Bremner	
J T Price	
G E Duncan, M.D	
W E Fales	
G Cassidy	
D Nicholson	
E Rolston	
Dixon Bros	
L Henning	
Atlin Steam Laundry ..,
DG Stewart	
G M Shirley	
C R Bourne   	
Stables & Lumsden	
At-lin Trading Co	
H W Heal	
D G Stewart	
F W Markus	
D G Cochrane	
F Garner	
J Kirby	
R L Sergeant	
Hudson's Bay Co	
J FCallbreath	
Hudson's Bay Co	
J Hyland	
R Cunningham & Son..
Joseph   	
H H Newell	
S Frizzell	
T A Wilson, MD	
Hudson's Bay Co	
S S Nell    	
S S Boscowitz	
J Sankey	
F Ross	
J Mathers	
Robertson & Rudge	
S Kirby	
L Morrow & Co	
Federation Brand Salmon
Canning Co	
McDonald Bros	
Eholt Trading Co	
W S Torney	
D J Darragh	
I A Dinsmore	
W H Dinsmore	
G Cunningham	
C R Pittock	
Driard Hotel	
AEHowse&Co	
E O'Rourke	
CE Thomas	
J Lytton	
J H Anthony	
J F Sayre 	
T Gillis	
M Nesbitt	
AH Wade	
J A Schubert	
T J Trapp & Co	
E Stout 	
W Dodd	
J Fum	
Bob (Indian)	
Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION  OP JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).-
Continued.
Vote No. 93.—Keep of Prisoners.—Continued.
Lantern and broom,
Meals,
Medical attendance,
Meals,
do   (paid),
Zinc for stove,
Oil, etc.,
Water,
Wood,
do"
do
do
Medical attendance,
Mattress,
Meals (paid),
do
Pails, etc.,
Meals,
do
Washing blankets,
Coal oil,
Water,
Medicine,
Oil, soap, etc.,
do
Paid meals, wood, etc.,
Hardware,
do
Meals, etc.,
Doors, etc.,
Paid meals,
Wood, coal oil, etc.,
do
Meals,
Provisions,
Clothing,
Meals,
do
do
Coal,
Medical attendance,
Groceries,
Coal,
do
Hauling coal,
do
do
Meals,
do
Meat,
Provisions and clothing.
Wood, etc.,
Oil,
do
Paid lamp chimney,
Paid meals, etc.,
Awning,
Paid meals,
do
do
do
do
Blankets, etc.,
Wood,
Coal oil, etc.,
Paid meals,
Meals,
do
Lamp, etc.,
Blankets, coal oil,
Stove fixtures,
Water,
Paid wood,
Cutting wood,
do
Fairview Lock-up.
Kelowna Lock-up
Trout Lake Lock-up
Ferguson Lock-up.
Ymir Lock-up	
Mission Lock-up....
Ladysmith Lock-up.
Atlin Lock-up.
Discovery Lock-up
Hazelton Lock-up	
Telegraph Creek Lock-up .
Port Essington Lock-up ..
Port Simpson Lock-up .
Naas Lock-up .
Eholt Lock-up
Grand Forks Lock-up.
Greenwood Lock-up ..
Nicola Lock-up	
Princeton Lock-up.
Lytton Lock-up ...
Penticton Lock-up,
Hedley Lock-up .
Yale Lock-up . . .
Carried forward.
19,119 81
6 50
50 60
7 00
10 85
8 36
3 90
28 80
18 00
20 25
13 50
13 50
8 00
5 60
6 25
3 00
50
1 55
172 68
75
9 00
4 25
4 66
1 00
8 10
2 50
44 50
21 50
10 00
7 00
2 00
91 32
41 75
30 75
93 34
8 90
2 00
70 35
52 75
18 50
42 50
10 00
73 70
104 00
40 00
27 00
7 60
7 50
7 50
7 50
1 25
18 60
15 00
9 40
4 50
75
29 90
3 75
12 55
10 15
28 75
6 75
3 25
9 25
17 50
6 50
5 50
2 25
8 05
75
30 75
13 00
8 00
17 50
11 00
4 40
20,629 60
26,626 • B 86
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
JEN Smith	
D D Oullin	
Harvey, Bailev & Co..
F W Foster	
A M Bushnell	
JL) J McEae	
W Hunter	
A H Beetly	
S A Rogers	
W Hodgkinson	
L Anderson	
I Hopwood	
F Williams	
J Eeid	
J Seymour	
Cariboo Trading Co...
D A Foster	
Camborne Townsite Co
H S Wallace	
V H Baker	
S J Morrow	
MA Beale	
E T W Pearse	
do 	
D R MoElmon	
R L T Galbraith   	
E Hodgson	
J Bowron	
Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co
Stookham & Dawley	
Turner & Boeckh	
R R Bruce	
F H Bourne	
J Ellis	
W White	
EElwell	
Robertson & Mackenzie.
Greenwood Ldg A F & A M
Trout Lake Lodge IOOl"
D Maddock	
D J McRae	
Police Charlie	
W W Grime	
C PR Co	
Western Fuel Co	
Hudson's Bay Co	
Cariboo Trading Co	
BGNicoll	
WHVickers	
J F Solomon	
J W MacFarlane.
C D Newton	
D McGillvray	
J L Garden	
B G Landsdowne.
WWoollacott....
S A Huson	
D J McRae ......
L A Agassiz .'....
GBovd	
HCargill	
J D McDonald ..
C H Stanley	
H H Cleugh  ....
R Jones	
G A Calbick	
Brough t forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION  OF JUSTICE (OTHEK  THAN  SALAEIES).-
Continued.
Vote No. 93.—Keep of Prisoners.—Concluded.
Meals,
Wood,
Lime,
Wheelbarrow,
Freight,
Meals,
do
do
do
Wood,
Meals,
do
Wood,
Coal oil,
Leg-irons,
Meals, wood, etc.
Wood, oil, etc.,
Clinton Lock-up.
Agassiz Lock-up	
North Bend Lock-up
Barkerville Lock-up .
Quesnel Lock-up .
150-Mile House Lock-up
Soda Creek Lock-up   ...
Vote No. 94.—Rents.
Rent of Mining Recorder's Office,
do
do       Inspector of Mine's Office,
do       Hall for holding County Court,
do     ■        „ ..
do (Paid) ,,
do (Paid) u m
do       Lock-up and Police Office,
Government Office,
Lock-up,
in iieu of quarters for Government Agent,
Lock-up,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Office of Inspector of Boilers,
Government Office,
Lock-up,
Mining Recorder's Office,
Lock-up,
Office of Inspector of Boilers,
Hall for holding County Court,
House for men at Government work,
Box-car as a Lock-up,
Room for holding Court,
Lock-up,
Ground for Lock-up,
u site of Court House,
<■ m       Government Office,
ii ii       Lock-up,
Camborne	
Cranbrook
Kamloops
Grand Prairie .
Eholt	
Windermere...
Extension	
Barkerv'ille
Michel	
Clayoquot...   .
Nelson	
Wilmer	
Nakusp	
Hedley	
Slocan	
Kimberley
Vancouver
Greenwood
Trout Lake. ...
Revelstoke
Agassiz	
Clo-oose 	
Discovery
North Bend ...
Nanaimo	
Port Simpson..
150-Mile House
Vote No. 95.—Special Constables.
Special constable, Atlin   5 months @ 885; 1 month @ S45
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
(Paid) do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
(Paid) do
30;
17 days 4
3 months    35
.. 34 days @  4
Alert Bay
with team
31
5*
4
5
5
Agassiz.
Arrowhead .
Ashcroft. ..
Bella Coola.
.    1
.102
.    1
20
4
4
10
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
Blaine *.
.2 days @ $2.50;   4       n
3.50
3
3
Carried forward .
20,629 60    26,626 49
•
12 00
6 00
3 25
1 25
1 75
6 30
4 00
107 25
3 25
88 00
69 50
3 00
7 00
3 75
2 00
121 13
24 75
225 00
125 00
180 00
7 50
20 00
7 50
2 50
120 00
60 00
40 00
180 00
36 00
80 00
120 00
144 00
120 00
140 00
135 00
75 00
212 50
15 00
15 00
8 00
6 00
2 00
5 0(1
3 00
80 00
6 00
10 00
470 00
323 00
225 00
136 00
124 00
22 00
40 00
12 50
12 50
5 00
97 50
2 50
255 00
2 50
50 00
8 00
3 50
9 00
17 00
815 00
21,154 78
2,180 00 4 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
B 87
F Johnson	
G A Reynolds	
A McLemon	
J W Mulholland...
A P Morrison	
A E McQuarrie....
E G Carv	
R B Hal'hed	
S Lewis	
T Edwards	
B O'Brien	
F Perks 	
A Shuttleworth...
J Mason	
T Hudson	
T McDougall	
W Haller	
F Kickbush	
J H Atkinson	
A W Lane	
G J Johnston	
C Robinson	
R M Higham	
M Jaggers	
T Young	
A Bristow	
D J Steele	
A A Ward	
O A McKinley   ..
H D Morten	
E L Lomas	
E W Shaw	
A Day	
WTiil	
C Hein	
C Warring- 	
E A Kummer	
A K Farquharson .
Pay list	
A Joyce	
J A Beandouin....
F Forsch	
H R Heath	
C Murchison	
J Burrows	
C Burrows	
W Burrows	
H H Trites	
J W Morrison...
J Davis	
W Jones	
R Schraum	
W McPherson
W A Bleasdell ....
G G Moffatt	
WW Leach	
R W Coulthard...
C Herriot	
B Moore	
PMullin	
W Kummer	
T Dodsworth	
T R Morten	
D A McRae	
APChenette	
F Wailes   .
W MoMinty	
J Beaumont	
E Beaumont	
R Shaw	
G Downing 	
T Plante 	
G Wild	
J Liddicoatt	
J Tannhauser.   ...
J C Kirkpatrick ..
(Paid)
Brought forward.
V1I.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).-
Continued.
Vote No. 95.—Special Constables.—Continued.
(Paid)
Special constable,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
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do
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do
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do
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do
do
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do
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do
do
do
do
do
do
Beaton  3 day
Camborne  51£
  6
,,   3
  2
  H
Chemainus  9
Cumberland .
Courtenay	
Comox 2 days (
Clinton	
Chilliwhack.
Clayoquot .
Clo-oose ...
1
1
1
3
6
5
3
10
1
i
23
11
1
1
Comaplix	
Cranbrook     4£
       3
,,      3
     1
Cariboo Stage 5 months
Duncans.
Discovery.
Eholt..."..
r^rnie .. .
33 day
  13
     5
     1
     3
...   .    1
. 8f months (
 176 day
 167
s @ §2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.60
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
3.00
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.60
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
(*115
2.50
2.60
2.50
2.50
4
2.50
70
2.50
2.60
26
19
14
Fort Steele  12 months i
i r     2 days
Ferguson ........    52       n
Carried forward	
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.60
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
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1,815 00
7 50
128 75
12 50
7 50
5 00
3 75
22 50
20 00
2 50
5 00
5 00
2 50
2 50
7 60
21 00
12 50
7 60
25 00
3 00
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57 50
27 50
2 50
2 50
11 25
7 50
7 60
2 50
' 575 00
82 50
32 50
12 50
2 60
12 00
2 50
612 50
440 00
417 50
110 00
95 00
65 00
47 50
36 00
22 50
17 50
15 00
12 50
12 50
12 60
10 00
7 50
7 50
7 50
7 60
7 60
7 50
7 50
12 50
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
2 50
2 50
2 50
2 50
2 50
2 50
2 60
2 50
2 50
2 50
600 00
5 00
130 00
5,732 25
49,961 27 B 88
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
J R Brown	
N McCrimmon..
W Dainard	
S E Hambly ....
E H Dodd	
G H Aston 	
A M Langlands .
A L Hancock ...
W Baker	
L A Estell	
PTMcCallum   .
T Davis	
WB Haynes....
do
F Bailey	
H Leer	
W Poole	
F Buse	
C J Bunburv . ■.
E T W Pearse ..
D J Carroll	
A Pine	
W R Kllsworth
O L Batchelor ..
F E Carter	
J Ratchford ....
D McPhadden   .
J Edwards	
F Camille	
JMD Spinks...
W Leslie	
C T Childs ....
R McKay	
F Budden	
C D Blackwood .
B Carruthers ...
Reuben (Indian)
Tom i,
E Halliday	
H Brown	
J Russell	
F Kiley	
D Nicholson ...
G Cassidy	
W C Win'kel....
T Heme	
C W Hackett. ..
J Jordon 	
C Harrison	
Pay list   	
P G Routh . ..
R L Henderson .
A Sampson	
AC Dee	
J Miller	
G E Thomas
J A Macdonald..
J Gravy	
A B Habenicht .
W F Tranter....
P Mullen	
F F Carpenter ..
J Olson	
E Barrick	
W E Craig	
H Huston	
J Stuart	
G W Morrow
W Leighton
A M Ego	
C L Thomet
B Baker   	
J Allard	
W Kirkham	
RKellett	
J Crossan	
Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
Continued.
Vote No. 95.—Special Constables.—Continued.
(Paid)
(Paid)
(Paid)
Special constable,
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(Paid)
Fairview7 (paid)     8 days @ $2.50
Golden	
„       16       n       2.50
,     5        „       2.50
„          3        ii        2.50
2.50
2.50
Grand Forks
Goldfields....
Hedley	
.12 months @ 60
Happy Valley
Kamloops
3 days (-
1       ii
2.50
2.50
.153
.128
2.50
2.50
33
29
22
21
18
17
7
6
4
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Kuper Island     4
i,        4
Kingcombe Inlet  	
Lillooet	
Ladysmith
  1
  4
  3
  3
  0
  1
Lower Nicola  9
Lytton  8
Lake Bennett  2
Ladner  3
Masset	
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.5!'
2.50
2.5(1
2.60
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
3
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2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
5
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Moyie and Fernie 12 months
Michel 183 day*
n      andFernie 3 mos. <g $70;   12      „
   10      „
Morrissey
.152
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. 31
. 2
. 1
.    1
Mission City     2
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2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.60
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
Mayne ...
Midway .
Nanaimo
44 days @ $2.50
23 n 2.50
5 „ 2.50
3 „ 2.50
2       „       2.50
Carried forward.
5,732 25
20 00
44 75
40 00
12 50
7 50
6 00
5 00
2 60
1 00
1 00
7 50
3 00
720 00
33 00
7 50
2 60
1 50
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320 00
143 50
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57 50
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7 50
5 00
10,970 70
49,961 27 4 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
B 89
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  ets.
A Hirst	
D McCullogh	
R Maguire	
CBowater	
O J Wilkie	
J G Brymner	
Pinkerton Nat Dect Ag'y
HC Wilkie	
J A McMartin ...   	
R Armstrong	
J Collins	
A B Spain	
F S Spain	
A McKercher	
R E Julien	
H P McMartin	
M Labbe	
D J Steele	
J F Murray	
F A Howse	
Chena (Indian)	
H H Newell	
M C Ironside	
AG Bernhardt	
C Smith	
J T Black	
J S Johnstone   	
J A Nesbitt 	
C F Randolph	
FE Mitchell	
PR Fleming	
J F Carn	
W R Flewin	
W Millar	
GCobb	
J A Macfarlane	
P Johnson	
J Snowdon	
J Simpson	
W McGillvray	
F Shepherd	
J Macfee	
M Montgomery	
It J Walker	
J Woolley	
GH Thomas	
J Snell	
R Simpson	
G Shannon	
J Creswell	
Pay list	
W Codd	
D G McNaughton.   	
P K Ahearn ..:	
A Jules 	
J Pinchbeck	
A M Furlonge	
Pay list   	
H Drummond	
C Tatze	
J Trosel	
F C Campbell 	
E G Sanders	
E B Roche 	
W Stewart 	
0 Salones	
J J Thomas    	
H W Cardew	
W Halliday	
J J Delahanty	
ETait	
T P Browne 	
W H Mason	
E Hooson	
FAR Mountain	
G Hood	
Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).-
Continued.
Vote No. 95.—Special Constables.—Continued.
Special
Special
Special
(Paid)
Special
Special
(Paid)
(Paid)
(Paid)
constable,
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matron,
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New Denver    4 h
Nakusp :.. 1 ,,
Penticton  10 n
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Port Essington  2 mos.
Port Simpson.
2 days
22       i,
Princeton.
Rossland .
Revelstoke .
4 ,
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19 i
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61/5 ■
Ruby Creek     4
Sundry places	
' §2.50
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2.50
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2.50
2.50
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2.00
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2.60
2.50
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Phcenix     16      ,.
Quesnel        5      n
,i            5      n
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Quathiaska Cove      4
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Slocan       2
Shawnigan      2
Steveston	
Telegraph Creek 12 months @ 100
,i      2 days       2.50
     2       „
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     2       i,       2.50
     Ii
Thurlow     2
Tonkin     8
Guard, Victoria Gaol 138
30
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2.50
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Instructor, Victoria Reformatory 1 month @ 80
Victoria Reformatory .
42 days 2.50
„                7        ii 2.5(1
Watchman, Government House, Victoria      4       n 2.50
ii            Government Buildings,   n      14       n 2.50
i,           Court House, Victoria  .13 months @ 5
Victoria    12 days 2.50
„          ,,   ,.     6       „ 2.50
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2 5(
2 60
2 60
527 50
227 50
108 00
10 00
82 50
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49,961 27 B 90
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   ets
VII.-ADMINIS
Vot
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Vote No.
Fares, meals, beds
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49,961 27
IRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).-
Continued.
WTill	
e No. 95.—Special Constables.— Concluded.
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     8       i.       2,50
i         0       n       2.50
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     5        „        2.50
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A Griffiths	
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CS Campbell	
u 14        n        2.50
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B G Short
W G Macdonald	
     3       „       2.50
Sambo (Indian)	
OADow	
C Thompson	
T Bruce
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H Ruper	
F Adie
Waneta     6 days @ $2.50
J W Falls	
W 0 Steele	
.1       17       „       2.50
ii      ..    6       ..       2.50
90.    Transport of Constables and Prisoners.
, buggy hire, etc., Superintendent F. S. Hussey and prisoners.
Acting Supt. W. H. Bullock-Webster
■ I                   Sergeant Murray                                            „
ii                  Constable G. H. Aston                               u
ii                   Sheriff T. J. Armstrong                               ,,
ii                  Constable J. Allard                                    ,,
it                       n        D. H. Anderson                       ,■
i.                         ii         J. T. Black                                 „
..                         ,,         J. W. Burr
R. Bell                                        ,,
ii                       i.        J. R. Brown
.1                       ..        F. Buse
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H                       ii        J, G. Brymner                         n
ii                         ,,         CD. Blackwood                       „
ii                         ti         J. Beandouin                             n
ii                         ii         C. Cameron                               n
n                       ii        G. Cunningham                       u
„                         „         C. S. Campbell
,i                         „         G. A. Calbick                            „
ii                         ii         G. Cassidy                                  ,,
„         A. S. Carter
ii                         ii         C. A. Cox
,i                       ,i        D. Campbell
ii                         ii         F. C. Campbeil                          ,,
ii                       ii        D. J. Cochrane                        n
„                       „        D. G. Cox                                „
H. P. Christie
ii                         it         D. J. Darragh                            M
17,670 96
506 65
775 45
66 15
119 70
51 50
32 65
8 60
461 05
182 65
97 65
77 50
26 05
4 95
4 45
4 00
2 85
286 95
282 35
208 65
154 40
78 30
66 40
56 50
42 80
38 35
29 00
23 30
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559 20
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67,632 23 4 Ed. 7 Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
B 91
Sundry persons
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Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).-
Continiied.
Vote No. 90.—Transport of Constables and Prisoners.—Continued.
, meals
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beds, buggy hire, etc.
Constable C. A. Dow and prisoners.
it I. A. Dinsmore
it W. Dodd
it W. Dainard
ii J. J. Delahanty
„ E. H. Dodd
ii H. Drummond
„ A. M. Ego
,, G. N. S. Fraser
,i W. L. Fernie
W. R. Flewin
,, W. C. Forrestsr
„ H. C. Flewin
ii J. A. Fraser
ii A. K. Farquharson
ii A. M. Furlonge
ii G- L. Garden
„ W. B. Havnes
S. H. Hoskins
tt R. L. Henderson
i. R. B. Halhed
ti E. Hodgson
i. H. W. Heal
ti C. Harrison
S. E. Hambly
ii H. Hunter
it I. Harriss
F. G. Heal
it F. A. Howse
ti A. C. Hamilton
,i G. Hood
ii G. J. Johnston
H. F. M. Jones
M A. Jules
ii J. Jordan
ii A. Joyce
ti T. Johnson
ii J. A. Kirkpatrick
R. Kellett
ii E. A. Kummer
ii J. H. Kvarno
i, R. B. Kelly
ii B. W. Leeson
ii A. W. Lane
ii A. H. Lomas
ii J. Liddicoatt
ii A. Lucas
ii A. O. Lohman (arrears)
ii J. Lvons
F. C. Lang
A. C. Minty
ii J. Munro
ii F. R. Morris
ii J. F. Murray
it G. Murray,
ii G. W. Morrow.
i- B. Marshall
J. H. MoMullin
ii J. McMillan
i, H. Mclndoo
ii D. G. MeNaughton
ii J. J. McKenna
n O. A. McKin'ey
,, D. McDoue-all
ii J. W. Macfarlane
ii A. M. McLean
,, D. J. McRae
„ W. G. Mc.Mvnn
ii J. S. McFarlane
ii A. McDonnell
ii D. McKinnon
ii N. McOrimmon
„ J. A. Neshitt
i, B. G. Nicoll
,, H. H. Newell
CD. Newton
Carried forward	
4,259 90
67,632 23
139
15 70
7 90
2 45
1 50
1 00
111 78
171 65
152 75
35 30
25 00
17 00
14 05
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2 75
2 25
651 60
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249 60
108 80
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38 30
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218 85
184 60
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209 35
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193 20
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190 35
145 35
123 60
52 70
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507 95
110 75
90 75
14 50
11,651 77 67,632 23 B 92             Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
ets.
9  ets.
11,651 77
7 00
40 75
423 50
39 35
12 00
10 25
4 50
2 50
141 10
40 15
6 50
1 00
328 80
286 90
228 35
147 80
131 20
45 95
39 05
30 00
27 20
20 00
18 30
10 00
6 20
3 25
2 30
1 00
276 50
276 65
11 46
10 50
1 60
337 70
267 00
62 76
5 00
443 50
380 00
207 50
197 50
118 60
68 05
3 00
1 50
398 30
20 80
15 05
19 00
8 00
4 00
359 25
352 00
25 00
13 50
13 50
9 00
12 90
15 00
9 00
10 00
337 50
300 70
100 00
50 50
35 00
4 00
27 00
17 50
12 50
139 00
8 25
5 00
5 00
6 00
1 50
18,698 12
67,632 23
VII.-ADJMNISTRATION OE JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).-
Continued.
Vote No. 90.—Transport of Constables and Prisoners.—Continued.
Fares, meals, beds, buggy hire, etc., Constable D. Nicholson             and prisoners,
do                         ii                         it         W. Owen                                    n
do                       H                       n        R. Pyper                                 n
do                         ii                  Pinkerton National Detective Agency.
do                         n                  Constable M Phillipps                               n
do                         ii                         ii         T. Palmer                                  ,,
do                         ii                         ii         W. Poole                                   ii
do                         ii                         H         B. J. Perry                                n
do                         ii                         "         H. S. Rose
do                         ii                         ii         P. G. Routh                              i,
do                         ii                         ii         J. W. Rowland                         ,.
do                         ii                         ii         E. B, Roche                              u
do                           ii                           "         F. S. Spain                                   n
do                         ii                         n         E. C. Simmons                         n
do                         "                         ii         D. Stephenson                          n
do                         ii                         ii         G. Sumner                                 n
do                         ii                         ii         J. F. Sayre                                n
do                         ii                         n         W. A. Skinner                           n
do                         i.                         ii         J. Snell
do                         .1                         n         B. N. Short
do                         it                         it         G. Shannon                               u
do                         ii                         ii         W. Scott                                    ii
do                         ii                         ii         J. Simpson                                n
do                         ii                         i.         D. G. Stewart                           .1
do                         "                         11         A. Sampson                               11
do                         11                         ii         A. Shuttleworth                       11
do                         11                         11         A. Stewart                                11
do                       11                       11        J. Shepherd                            11
do                         11                         11         W. F. Tranter                           11
do                         it                         11         J. Thomson                            , 11
do                         n                         11         G. A. Thompson                       u
do                         11                         11         A. Turnbull                              ,1
do                       n                       "        C. Thomet                              n
do                         11                         ti         R. A. Upper                             11
do                       11                       H        R. B. Venner                          n
do                         11                         1.         0. J. Vail                                  11
do                         ..                         11         W. H. Vickers                           ..
do                       11                       1.        W. Woollacott                        .1
do                         11                         11         G. J. Walker                            „
do                           1.                           11         W. C. Winkel
do                         11                         11         J. Wilson                                   n
do                           .1                           11         0. J. Wilkie                                 ,,
do                       11                       1.        T. R. Wilson                           1,
do                         11                         "         C. Warring                               11
do                         11                         ii         R. J. Walker                            „
do                         11                         1.         C. W. Young                            ,.
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Willows Hotel	
ETWPearse.	
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C PR Co	
Fraser River C'nrs Ass'n.
E & N Ry	
W P & V Rv	
do                         11                         11                 	
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do                       .1                       11           	
Union SS Co	
Alert Bay Saw Mill
E M DeBeck	
do      	
F DeGrey.
do      	
Commutation tickets for police constables from New Westminster to Vancouver,
do                         11                         11                              New Westminster....
BC Electric Ry	
Victoria Transfer Co ....
A Mitchell	
F Rose	
F A Lee	
Clarke & Stewart	
do                         11                         11                                       .1         	
Thompson & Scoville....
W Williams	
Macintyre & McDonald..
B P Cooke	
N C McKinstry	
67,632 23 4 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June,
1904.
B 93
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
•
9  ets.
9 ets.
VIT.-ADMINISr
Vote No. 96.—.
Horse hire for var
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18,698 12
4 00
4 00
4 50
31 00
3 50
2 50
1 00
8 00
5 00
3 00
37 25
28 50
2 00
50 00
11 00
67,632 23
18,893 37
2,400 00
5,260 00
4,763 07
rRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALAR1
Continued.
ES).-
uded.
transport of Constables and Prisoners.—Cona
ous constables,                                             Quesnel	
W Haller          	
Express hire,
Hack hire,
do
Boat hire,
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Repairing- harness
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Panel for buggy,
Hay for police hoi
Shoeing- horse,
Vot
Medical attendanc
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D D Mcintosh	
A McTaggart ,	
A Sampere    	
New Westminster	
W Mable	
S C Allison	
se,                                                                 Princeton	
J S Helmcken, F R C S .
L T Davis, M D	
e No. 97.—Medical Attendance at Gaols.
400 00
400 00
400 00
400 00
400 00
149 98
250 02
R E Walker, M D	
New Westminster ...
GAB Hall, M D 	
M S Wade, M D	
. t5 d.
15 d.
$83.33
62.60
62. EO
62.50
50.00
41.66
50.00
25.00
osts.
A P Procter, M D	
0 J Vail	
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Vote No. 98.—Sheriffs' Fees.
do       Golden  12           n
1,000 00
750 00
750 00
750 00
600 00
500 00
600 00
300 00
820 00
125 00
683 36
50 88
31 70
15 56
200 00
50 40
50 00
25 00
2,091 67
161 40
133 10
125 00
100 00
60 00
60 00
F G Richards	
J D Hall	
T J Armstrong	
S PTuck	
S E HambJy	
S Drake	
R Cassidy	
do              	
Elliott & Lennie	
do          	
Vote No. 99.-
Services,  re Attor
do          Islanc
do           Asses
do          Rossi
do          Tome
do          Asses
do          Coal J
do          Attor
do          Ferni
do          Diam
do           Attor
do          Attor
do          Emelt
do          Provi
do          Palm*
do          F. Re
Constitutional Litigation and General Law C
Wilson, Senkler& Bloom-
field	
do
A E McPhillips	
McPhilllps,   Wootton   &
W A Macdonald	
Macdonald & Johnson...
Gard,   Rook &   Winter-
Robertson & Robertson.
Burns & Daly	
md, application to compel Registrar to accept registration	
ney-General v. A. Astrum et al, Appeal to Privy Council	
Taylor, Bradburn& Innes
D Murphv    ...    	
Harris & Bull	
E Blygh	
M Urquhart       	
Vote No. 100.—Miscellaneous.
215 05
779 45
186 70
117 25
189 85
335 25
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GH Plajle	
ii                  Supreme Court, Nelson	
1,823  55
98,938 67 B 94
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
VII-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).-
Continued.
E G Paulson	
E A Brae	
LEKinch	
M Toulle	
T L Turnbull	
A R Fleming	
M Watson	
HHNewill	
F Evans	
M E Fraser	
H P MacMartin	
E E Richards	
I Mackay  	
J Pittendrigh, SM...
C Harrison, S M	
R J Walker, J P	
S T Hall, J P	
J Townsend, J P	
G Grant, J P	
WL Flood, J P	
E A Crease, S M	
J W Thompson, J P..
W Dodd	
F Fraser 	
R Arnott	
G M Davis	
H W Taylor.	
J DMcNally	
SPTuck	
S J Solomon	
S J Thomson	
A M Anderson	
H J Rogers	
Hermon & Burwell...
S Maclure	
J S Byrn	
W C Moresby	
P S Lampman	
C JFagan, M D	
H Carmichael    .
F McB Voung	
C W Young	
I L Hyland	
D J Mattheson    .
C P Higgins, M D	
C M Kingston, M D ..
E R Northrop	
O J Vail	
J R Radcliff	
B C Funeral & Frnsh'g Co
W J Anderson	
J Heaney	
A Forrester	
MP Gordon.	
C J Bunbury	
J Barnsley	
W H Adams	
A McGregor &Co. ...
G P Werner	
C S Campbell	
J Munro — .
C E Tisdall	
B E Drew & Co	
R Pyper 	
W H Crosby	
R Cunningham & Son
Sheppard & Elliott...
W A Skinner	
Masterson & Griffith .
J Schubert	
Cunningham Hrdwre Co
F S Spain	
A H Lomas	
F R Murray	
R B Halhed	
Brought forward.
Vote No. 100.— Miscellaneous.—Continued.
Services as stenographer and expenses, etc., Supreme Court,
do .1 .. ii
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do (paid) ii ii ii
do ti
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Rossland	
Kaslo	
Revelstoke .......
Cranbrook	
New Westminster.
Revelstoke	
Port Essington ...
Port Simpson	
Vancouver 	
Revelstoke	
New Westminster.
Stipendiary Magistrate, and expenses,
Phoenix ,
Mission
Masset
Nelson	
Yale	
Port Essington .
Bennett	
Nelson	
Expenses holding Court at Herriot Bay	
do n 150-Mile House	
do ii Ucluelet   	
do n ii 	
do ii Hope	
do ii Ymir 	
do ii Beaton    	
do ii North Bend	
do attending Supreme Court,
Services and expenses as Clerk of Court,
do ti
do ii n
do    as messenger for Supreme Court,
Additional allowance as Sheriff, 6 months, from Jan. 1st to June 30th, 1904 ...   .
Messenger going for a doctor for a man wounded, Coutlee	
Photograph of shack, Rex v. Kay, Terra Nova	
do residence, Rex v. Kells, Cumberland	
do cabin, Nanaimo	
Plans showing' scene of crime, Rex v. Crowe and Glenn, Vancouver	
Plan of dockyard, Rex v. Frith, Victoria	
Copy of plans, n       and Rex v. Wong On & Wong Gow,       n       	
Copy of deposition, Rex v. Wong On & Wong- Gow, n        	
Annual fee under Legal Professions Act for Deputy Attorney-General 	
Analyzing contents of bottle, Rex u.  Hewitson, and spots on clothing, Rex v.
Crowe and Glenn	
Examining articles for blood stains, Rex v. Sack Chun et al	
Services as Counsel for defence, Rex v. Maida	
Expenses incurred by H. M. Consul at San Francisco, Rex v. Hoffman	
Services as Commissioner taking evidence in United States, Rex v. Guilbault....
Services & expenses as Clerk of Commission, re administration of justice, Phoenix
Medical attendance on Constable wounded by prisoner, Fernie	
Medical examination of a man considered insane, Grand Forks.....
do ,, ,. „ 	
Expenses as Sheriff, re execution of A. Louie, Kamloops	
Executioner's fees and expenses, Rex v. Frith, Rex v. Maida, Rex v. Ah Louie...
Embalming body of F. J. Bailey, Rex v. Frith, Victoria	
Labour and material building- scaffold,    n n        	
Hauling scaffold to E. & N. Station to be used in Nanaimo, Rex v. Maida 	
Freight on   it     Rex v. Maida	
Burial of Ah Louie, Rex v. Louie, Kamloops.	
Scaffolding, n i,        	
Police equipment for various Constables 	
do ii 	
Leg-irons, etc., u	
Repairing gun, Vernon.  	
Paid for cartridges, expressage, etc., Vancouver	
Paid for express charges, etc., u 	
Cartridges, . n 	
do Camborne	
do Soda Creek.,	
do Moyie	
do Port Essington ..
do Fernie	
do Ferguson	
do Trout Lake	
do Hedley	
Gun for Police Guard, New Westminster
Nippers, ,,
Rope used for dragging for J. McGillvray, accidentally drowned, Duncan	
(Paid) Express charges, etc., Victoria	
Freight on exhibits (paid), Chemainus	
Carried forward.
1,823 55
18 40
35 40
10 00
45 60
3 00
10 00
8 40
8 40
31 75
5 00
43 50
26 00
18 60
44 90
18 00
7 50
7 50
10 00
5 00
4 00
3 20
25 95
19 55
38 95
4 00
7 50
3 00
24 00
75 00
6 00
15 00
2 60
2 60
12 50
25 00
4 00
15 00
20 00
150 00
50 00
50 00
82 95
56 50
22 50
8 00
10 00
5 00
22 65
647 50
16 00
130 00
12 90
67 85
20 00
15 30
259 25
188 25
62 00
6 50
13 70
3 10
2 50
3 50
1 25
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
80
40 00
1 50
1 10
5 00
6 75
4,453 50
67 4 Ed. 7 Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
B 95
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  ets.
CPRCo	
Thomson & Scoville.	
Dominion Express Co • ■.
Alaska Pacific ExpressCo
B C Express Co	
D J Darragh	
J H McMullin	
R E Lemon	
WF Tranter	
S H Hoskins	
J Mellis	
P Jackman, Jr	
PHandley	
W S Beekwith	
J W Bland	
Pacific'Transfer Co	
Ames & Fader   	
F Carr	
H FM Jones	
W B Haynes	
Geary & Doyle 	
R Evans     	
H Hughes & Co, Ltd   ..
H M Customs	
W C Winkel	
Dixon & Shulz	
WESuddaby	
McDonald Bros	
Eholt Trading Co	
West End Grocery Co ...
Turner, Beeton & Co	
J HGood	
H Ferguson	
W H Jones	
Nanaimo Free Press	
Cranbrook Herald	
M Stewart    ...
PDMcLellan	
S E Hambly	
W L Fernie	
J T Black.	
Clarke & Stewart	
H D Ashcroft	
T Royer	
Regina Hotel	
SS Joan 	
W S Dickson	
Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF  JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).-
Concluded.
Vote No. 100.—Miscellaneous.—Concluded.
Freight on exhibits, Vernon	
do Nanaimo	
Express charges on equipment to various constables, 	
do Atlin	
do Soda Creek	
do Eholt	
do Fernie	
do Nelson	
do Moyie	
Expressage on deer carcass, Cranbrook	
Freight on stolen nets, Vancouver	
Express on stolen dishes returned, Matsqui	
Hauling deer confiscated,- Cranbrook	
Expressage on books, Victoria	
Packing cases and labour with same, n       	
Expressage on exhibits to Dr. Fagan for analysis, n        	
Bringing boat from Cadboro Bay,	
Services and expenses finding body, Esquimalt	
(Paid) n Heriot Bay	
Services as messenger, Hedley to Keremeos
do Fort Steele	
Compensation for clothing destroyed while serving sentence,   Fernie	
Caligraph for use of Supreme Court, 	
Duty on same,	
Tabie*for use in constable's office, Lower Nicola	
Blankets used in bringing in an attempted suicide, Atlin	
Bible for use in Police Court, Fernie	
Ring and bolt for use of Lock-up, Eholt	
Stovepipe, etc., "       	
Disinfectant for Police Office, Victoria 	
Duty, freight and insurance on " Finger Points," n 	
Easel for use in Courtroom, Nanaimo	
Taking brands on cattle shipped from Savona,  	
Printing draft Grand and Petit Jurors, Nelson	
do    copies of inquisition, Nanaimo	
do    placards " County Court," Cranbrook	
Board and lodging child McGee, Rex vs. Kells, Nanaimo	
Care of stolen horse, Vernon	
do Golden	
do Kamloops	
(Paid)   Cleaning Court room and Police Office, New Denver	
Stage fare of nurse and doctor to attend wounded man, Nicola	
Livery hire for Judges, Nelson	
' do Chief Justice, Grand Forks	
Board and lodging of discharged prisoners, Vancouver	
Fares of discharged prisoners from Nanaimo to Vancouver	
Refund of cash advanced late Constable Lohman	
VIII.-EDUCATION.
A Robinson, B A
G Cruickshank	
W M Davie	
E B Paul	
J W Church	
J C Shaw.        	
F H Eaton	
E B Paul ...  	
J W Church	
JC Shaw	
F H Eaton	
D Blair	
W Hunter	
R Watson	
J McCoy	
G E Robinson	
J K Henrj   	
F H Eaton	
H H Narraway	
Rev C F Lallelemand
Vote No. 101.—Education Office.
Superintendent of Education  12 months @ $175
Secretary  12 ,. 110
Clerk  12 u 60
Services as examiner, Teachers' Examinations, Victoria	
do H ir ii 	
do ii i. n        	
do .. ii u        	
Expenses, it Cumberland.
do
do
do
Sendees i
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Carried forward.
ii Nanaimo
ii Victoria	
ii Vancouver	
5 examiner, High School Entrance, 18 days 4 hrs. @ ijj
supervisor
12    ,
3
,     5;
13   ,
6
,    5;
18   .
3
i    5;
30   ,
6J
,    5;
30   i
5}
i     5;
8    ,
5;
Barkerville, 2£ ,
4;
Essington,   2J '
4;
>; expenses, $48.25
,, 31.10
875.50
79.50
1 30
I 00
8 30
1 25
85
5 25
4 80
1 80
2 00
1 00
4 00
3 00
2 00
3 00
47 50
65
7 50
5 00
5 00
6 00
3 00
60 00
6 86
1 50
6 00
7 00
1 50
1 00
1 85
75
1 60
2 00
2 50
10 00
5 00
1 50
5 00
4 75
2 60
3 50
7 00
31 50
7 25
3 60
54 00
4 00
50 00
2,100 00
1,320 00
720 00
175 00
175 00
175 00
175 00
41 36
39 25
64 50
70 66
141 12
93 25
69 30
92 15
229 42
233 42
40 00
10 60
10 25
4,848 76
103,787 43
5,975 16 B 96
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOE WHAT SERVICE.
$   ets.
Rev C A Procunier...
J W Flinton	
G E Robinson	
Rev W Hogan	
H A McTaggart	
R J Clark  '
S BNetherhy	
G Cruickshank	
do 	
F H Eaton	
O M Jones, M D	
W Jeffs	
P White	
L Thornher	
R W Margetts	
H Kelly	
L Bell	
Pope Stationery Co ..
T N Hibben & Co ....
J Murray	
A F Denny	
Victorio Book & St'ry Co
Pope Stationery Co ....
Thomson Stationery Co
Clarke & Stuart.  	
J J Mackay & Co	
Smith Bros	
D Wilson	
A C Stewart	
S BNetherhy	
J S Gordon	
Sundry persons	
G N Morang & Co Ltd .
J & A McMillan	
J M Hirton & Co	
A C Stewart	
D Wilson	
A C Stewart..
SBNetherby.
J S Gordon ...
HDunnell....
do
D Wilson	
A C Stewart..
SBNetherby.
J S Gordon ...
A Robinson...
do
G Cruickshank
W Burns	
D Blair	
W Burns	
J D Buchanan	
D Blair	
T Price	
Clarke & Stuart	
W Burns 	
Lyon & Slater Co ..
Pope Stationery Co
J C Bishop	
Mackay & Southon.
Morang & Co	
Cornish & Cooper..
Chapman & Hall...
CPRCo	
Henderson Bros	
Brought forward   	
VIII. -EDUCATION.—Continued.
Voce No. 101.—Education Office.— Concluded.
Services as supervisor
do ii
do
do n
Expenses, 11
do
do
do
do
H. S. Entrance, Revelstoke, 2 days @ $4;
Services as examiner for Rhodes Scholarship.
Alberni, 1\
Chilliwhack 3
P. Simpson, 2
Nelson	
Rossland	
Comox	
Nanaimo ....
Union 	
4; expenses      1.30
5; ii 13.80
5; ,, 1.00
do Medical examiner
Janitor, Teachers' Examinations, Nelson   7 days (
do 11 Rossland   7       11
do n New Westminster     8       n
do ,i Victoria  8       it
do n Vancouver  9
Janitress
Maps, globes, etc .
do
do
do
Cumberland  7
SI. 50
1.50
1.50
1.50
2
1.50
Charts .
Paper, ink, pens, etc., for examinations, Victoria.
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
New Westminster
Vernon 	
(various)
Stationery and books for indigent pupils throughout the Province .
Publications     	
do 	
Electro blocks for drawing examination papers	
Subscriptions to Teachers' Institute	
Vote No. 103.—Inspection of Schools.
Inspector of Schools  12 months @   8140
do   12 „ 130
do   12 „ 120
do    12 i, 120
Superintendent of manual training  10 n 125
Fares, meals, etc., as Superintendent of manual training »	
do Inspector of Schools	
do ii	
do ii 	
do ,i 	
Fares, meals, etc., as Superintendent of Education visiting publishing houses and
Educational Institutions in Eastern Canada	
do attending Convention, etc	
do as Secretary	
do attending Convention, Vernon	
do re drawing lessons	
Vote No. 103.—Normal School, Vancouver.
Principal    12 months @ §150
Assistant Master  12 ,,        125
Drawing Master  12 n 100
Janitor     12 n 50
Books, paper, pens, ink, etc	
Paid for stamps, express charges, etc	
Balance on " World's Greatest Classics"	
Stationery	
do      	
School text books	
do 	
Modelling tools and apparatus	
Plasticine and tools	
Freight on   n 	
Soap, etc	
Carried forward	
5,975 16
8 00
11 30
28 80
11 00
23 55
31 75
30 05
21 20
2 85
10 00
25 00
10 50
10 50
12 00
12 00
18 00
10 50
439 95
17 75
2 06
2 98
4 00
68 82
24 05
15 65
21 25
2 95
49 75
10 05
6 55
2 20
43 55
12 20
3 96
8 50
50 00
1,680 00
1,560 00
1,440 00
1,440 00
1,250 00
499 73
960 75
935 05
453 9C
975 05
365 96
66 50
28 95
33 50
7 75
1,800 00
1,500 00
1,200 00
600 00
140 84
23 40
100 00
2 40
13 00
70
21 83
27 50
30 00
9 78
3 38
5,472
7,029 37
11,697 14
18,726 51 4 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
B 97
Edwards Bros	
S J Thompson	
McColl Bros Co	
ancouver Hardware Co
Manitoba   Institute   for
Deaf, Dumb and Blind
California Institute do.
Ontario Inst, for Blind.
Victoria                  City
Grant oi
$13
Vancouver               n
do
13
do
15
Nelson                      n    .
do
15
New Westminster   n    .
do
15
do
16
Cumberland             h
do
20
Grand Forks            n
do
20
Greenwood               n    ..
do
20
Kamloops                 n
do
20
Kaslo                        ii    .
do
20
Phoenix                    IT    .
do
20
Revelstoke              n    .
do
20
Sandon                     n    ..
do
20
Slocan                     ii    ..
do
20
Trail                         n
do
20
Vernon                     n    ..
do
20
Victoria
City
In add
Vancouver
n
do
New Westminster
ii   .
do
Nanaimo
n
do
Nelson
„
do
Rossland
n
do
Cumberland
do
Grand Forks
ii   .
do
Vernon
ii   ..
do
J Hewitt	
E Foy	
Alex Shaw	
C M B Christensen
Rosannah Wall...
Mary E Aikenhead
J Mebius	
Violet Hardel	
C E Stuart	
M M Robertson ...
A M Johnston ....
B S Smith	
Thos Nicholson ...
Margaret Gibson..
LS Pringle	
School Trustees...
do
do
do    . .
do    . .
do
Brought forward	
VIII.-EDUCATION.-CoM^wed.
Vote No. 103.—Normal School, Vancouver.— Concluded.
Prints	
Frame for photo	
Hylo plate	
Mirror	
Vote No. I04.—Edueation of Deaf and Dumb and Blind.
Board and tuition of E. Shields, B. Cann, K. Hillier, A. Ward, A. Hennessey, G,
Riley, B. Wallace and W. Hilmer	
Fares, meals, berths, etc., of A. Ward from Winnipeg to Vancouver	
Board and tuition of Helen and Irving Knarston ,	
do of David Little	
Vote No. 105.—Capitation Grant.
Grant of $13 per capita on average attendance for year ending 30th June, 1904
Vote No. 106.—Grant to High Schools.
In addition to capitation grant for year ending 30th June, 1904.
Vote No. 107.—Teachers' Salaries and Incidental Expenses.
Alberni District.
Teacher, Alberni School  12 months @ $60
do          ti        New       it  11 ii           55
do       Beaver Creek     u     12 n          50
do       Cape Scott n         12 n 50
do      Departure Bay   11        2 n Id 50
do ii ..         9 ,i 23 d. 50
do       Gill i.     •  12 ii 55
do      Nanoose ■ i         1 i r 50
do n H         4 i, 24 d. 50
do       Parksville n      12 lt 50
do       Van Anda           n  12 „           GO
do       Wellington ii         1 n 75
do H ii      11 ii 75
do it    2nd div. ,,      12 m 60
do ii    3rd div. ii      12 ., 50
Grant for incidental expenses, Alberni School.    	
do ii n        New ii            	
do it       Beaver Creek n	
do ii       Cape Scott n	
do n       Departure Bay        ,t    	
do n       Gill 	
Carried forward	
5,472 83
20 55
5 00
4 80
1 25
3,343 25
30 15
751 95
300 75
30,739 20
47,934 70
12,425 46
4,926 22
12,219 96
6,488 46
4,692 60
4,079 20
1,094 60
3,725 20
1,707 60
1,417
4,494 20
452 70
1,053 40
1,638 50
2,816 30
2,100 00
3,000 00
900 00
600 00
600 00
300 00
300 00
250 00
300 00
720 00
605 00
600 00
600 00
101 65
488 35
660 00
60 00
240 30
600 0C
720 00
75 0C
825 0C
720 0C
600 00
40 00
40 00
40 0C
40 0C
40 00
40 00
5 504 43
4,426 10
141,906 10
7,845 30 178,913 14 B 98
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
School Trustees
do
do
do
E J Miller	
H C Boothby ..
Mary Smith .. .
School Trustees
do
HLJ Reid	
M G Duncan ....
E St J Robertson
ACThain	
School Trustees.
do
do
R S Coghlan .. .
A M Philip	
M L Shaw	
L Cairns	
H O Abbott.....
E M Crake	
E W Ogilvie ....
H A Laughlan ..
B M Snider	
S Marsden	
F M Toop	
E N Brown ..
J Templer	
A E Dixon	
C E Mellard ....
Laura Cairns ...
A Mennell	
D C Little	
W C Atcheson ..
O ACrandall. ,.
G C Davidson...
R E L Stevenson
C MCrankshaw.
Thos Miller....
E Spencer	
M P Sinclair ....
A E Elliott	
B J Bowell	
M Sullivan......
A E Vannetta...
B J Bowell	
M S Archibald  .
A S Macrae	
L Broe	
C E Murray	
ED Plaxton....
E M McBride ...
C M Crankshaw.
G M Patterson..
E J Campbell...
P D McSween...
C A Thompson..
DM Webb	
J B Watson	
Brouqht forward.
VIII— EDUCATION— Continued.
Vote No. 107.-
Teachers' Salaries and Incidental Expenses.-
Continued.
Alberni District.—Concluded.
Grant for incidental expenses, Nanoose
do n      Parksville
do mi       Van Anda
do 11       Wellington
School.
Total for Alberni District, $8,085.;
Atlin District.
Teacher, Atlin School       8 months @ $95
do .. ii         4 „ 95
do       Discovery n            9 n20d. 90
Grant for incidental expenses, Atlin School	
do ii       Discovery 	
Total for Atlin District, $2,205.00
Cariboo District.
School  12 months @  $80
Teacher, Barkerville
do       Quesnel
do ., ii    	
do       Williams Lake u    	
Grant for incidental expenses, Barkerville
do ii       Quesnel
do ii       Williams Lake
1
  11
   12
School, $86.20;
rent, $120.
65
65
60
Total for Cariboo District, $2,746.20
Chilliwhaek District.
Teacher
Abbotsford                     S
do
Aberdeen
do
,i
do
Atchelitz
do
,,
do
,,
do
Camp Slough
do
,,
do
Chearn
do
ii
do
Cultus Lake
do
Chilliwhack
do
ii           2nd Division
do
ii                  ii
do
ii          3rd Division
do
ii                  ti
do
it           East
do
ii          High
do
South
do
ii              ii
do
ii              ii
do
i,              ii   2nd Div
do
it              ii           ii
do
Dunach
do
ii      South
do
Fairfield
do
,,
do
Huntingdon
do
,,
do
Jubilee
do
Lotbiniere
do
Majuba Hill
do
Matsqui
do
ii
do
Mount Lehman
do
it
do
i,
do
Rosedale
do
ii
do
Sumas
do
„      South
do
n          ii
do
ii          n
do
ii          ii
School.
12 i
1
11
3
3
5
1
11
1
11
12
12
7
4
3
9
12
11
1
10
1
11
12
10
1
11
1
11
12
6
7
1
11
1
5
5
1
11
12
1
5
Carried forward.
3 @ $55
45
45
50
50
28 d. 50
55
55
50
50
45
75
24 d. 60
7d. 60
50
50
55
100
60
23 d.  60
8d. 60
50
50
50
28 d. 45
50
50
50
50
45
60
30 d. 50
60
50
50
29 d.  50
50
55
55
50
50
50
29 d. 50
50
7,845 30
40 00
40 00
40 00
120 00
760 00
380 00
840 00
125 00
100 00
960 00
65 00
715 00
720 00
206 20
40 00
40 00
660 00
45 00
495 00
150 00
150 00
296 80
55 00
605 00
50 00
550 00
540 00
900 00
469 65
250 35
150 00
450 00
660 00
1,100 00
60 00
37 50
622 50
50 00
550 00
600 00
490 65
50 00
550 00
50 00
550 00
540 00
300 00
398 35
50 00
550 00
50 00
296 80
250 00
55 00
605 00
600 00
50 00
260 00
46 80
250 00
178,913 14
28,515 90 178,913 14 4 Ed. 7       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
B 99
H H Schuyler...
Mary Crawford .
School Trustees.
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
E H J Robertson..
B M Dickinson....
May Few	
Alwyn Holland...
WMCox	
EM N Lettice....
B O Fraser	
R Landells	
C B Montgomery .
CHGreen	
H B Milne	
M T Durham	
J A Robertson....
Roderick Ross	
School Trustees...
do
do
do
do
do
do
A P Woollacott
.1 T Crowder ..
Minnie Smith..
M L Moffatt .
F F Whyte . ..
D J Thomas ..
Alex McLeod ..
L J Brunten    .
L J Carter	
K B McArdle ..
CPStarret....
C E Stuart,
A B F Church .
C J McDonald .
B1 B Morrison ..
Agnes Ruckle..
M E McDowell.
Edna Harrison.
Annie Hunden.
Brought forward.
VIII.—EDUCATION— Continued.
Vote No. 107.—Teachers' Salaries and Incidental Expenses.—
Continued.
Chilliwhack Riding.—Concluded.
Teacher, Sumas Upper School     1 month @ $60
do              „       .. n      10 ,.26d. 50
Grant for incidental expenses, Abbotsford School 	
do ti Aberdeen h    	
do it Atchelitz n        .
do ii Camp Slough ,,    	
do ii Cheam ,,    	
do ii Cultus Lake n    	
do ii Chilliwhack n    	
do .i ii           East ii    	
do ii ii          High ,i    	
do ii ii          South ,i	
do ii Dunach n    	
do ii ti        South ii        ..
do .. Fairfield „   	
do ii Huntingdon h	
do n Jubilee n    	
do ii Lotbiniere n    ..	
do ii Majuba Hill n         	
do ii Matsqui n    	
do ii Mount Lehman „    	
do n Rosedale it	
do ii Sumas h      	
do it it       South ti    	
do it it       Upper n    	
Total for Chilliwhack District, $17,111.E
Columbia District.
Teacher, Athalmer
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Beaver Mouth
Field
Galena
Golden
it        2nd division
3rd     ,,
,,        3rd     „
Horse Creek
Peterborough
Windermere
12
12
9
12
Grant for incidental expenses, Athalmer
do
do
do
do
do
do
Beaver Mouth
Field
Golden
Horse Creek
Peterborough
Windermere
School.
h   @ $50
, 21 d. 50
50
, 27 d.  50
i  4d. 50
50
,, 50
75
60
ti 50
,12d. 50
, 21 d. 50
55
60
Total for Columbia District, $6,365.00
Teacher
Alert Bay
do
i,
do
Comox
do
,,
do
Cortez Island
do
Courtenay
do
i,
do
Denman Island
do
,,
do
Grantham
do
Hornby Island
do
ii
do
Lazo
do
Lund
do
,,
do
n
do
i,
do
Minto
do
it
Comox District.
School     1 month
1
1
8
3
6
5
1
10
12
6
* $55
d. 55
20 d.
60
50
55
55
50
50
50
50
50
40
45
45
d. 45
45
Carried forward.
28,515 90
50 00
541 95
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
120 00
40 00
40 00
80 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
50 00
485 00
50 00
143 55
406 45
600 00
150 00
900 00
720 00
450 00
120 00
485 00
660 00
720 00
50 00
50 00
25 00
150 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
55 00
82 25
116 15
536 15
155 00
330 00
326 45
50 00
532 25
600 00
300 00
110 00
336 75
45 00
24 00
132 10
225 00
374 15
225 85
41,068 95
178,913 14 B 100
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
$  ets1
K Peacey	
Alex Martin ..   .   .
J S Johnson	
ME Rear	
M O Dingwall	
W H Wordingham
F F Whyte	
School Trustees...
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
D Allison....   ....
L B McKenzie ....
MLMcNutt	
Thomas Nicholson
W G M Rolston ...
K Bertiaux	
Wm Tomlinson ...
E F Clark	
E S Lovell	
M R Ford	
K M Lettice	
E M Johnson	
J G Hands	
P T Skrimshire ...
Mabel Holt	
K Johnson	
J A Hoy	
John H King	
School Trustees...
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Claude Vroom..
G A King	
J B Watson
GD Terry	
E M Cartwright
J S Brook   	
O V Van Allen .
May B Carter...
J liislop	
W T Johnston - .
N T Blackeney .
A S Bailey	
Helen Brethour.
Brought forward	
VIII.—EDUCATION.- Continued.
Vote No. 107.
-Teachers' Salaries and Incidental Expenses.-
Continued.
Comox District. —Concluded.
Teacher,  Puntledge
School
do
do
do
do
do
do
Read Island
Union Bay
Valdez Island
1  month  @ $55
10
1
3
12
,28d.
■ 16d.
Grant for incidental expenses, Alert Bay-
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Comox
Cortez Island
Courtenay
Denman Island
Grantham
Hornby Island
Lazo
Lund
Minto
Puntledge
Read Island
Union Bay
Valdez Isiand
School.
Total for Comox District, $7,084.95
Cowichan District.
Teacher, Chemainus
do       Chemainus Lauding
do
Cowichan
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Crofton
Duncan
it       2nd Division
Glenora
Malahat
Maple Bay
Mt. Sicker
Quamichan
Sahtlam
Shawnigan
Somenos
Grant for incidental expenses, Chemainus
School  12 months @   $50
ii         1 „          60
  11 „          60
     1 „           55
ti         11 ,i           55
i.         1 .,           50
i   10 ,,26d.  60
   12 „           60
   12 „           50
   12 „           40
   11 ii 29 d.  50
   12 ,,           50
    12 ,,           65
    ...  10 ,,26 d. 60
     1 ,.           40
   11 „           40
  12 „           50
   12 „           50
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Landing
Cowichan
Crofton
Duncan
Glenora
Malahat
Maple Bay
Mt. Sicker
Quamichan
Sahtlam
Shawnigan
Somenos
$40; rent, $120.
Total for Cowichan District, $9,251.45
Teacher
Cranbrook
do
,,
do
,,
2nd division
do
M
2nd       „
do
„
3rd       n
do
,,
3rd
do
,,
4th       ,,
do
..
4th       ,,
do
Fort Steele
do
,,
do
,i
do
,,
2nd division
do
Kimberley
Cranbrooli District.
School     6 months
ii         5
Carried forward.
S $90
d. 90
75
d. 75
60
d. 60
d. 50
d. 50
65
65
65
50
55
41,068 95
178,913 14
55 00
599 70
50 00
198 35
660 00
125 SO
300 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
600 00
60 00
660 00
55 00
605 00
50 00
541 95
720 00
600 00
480 00
598 40
600 00
780 00
541 10
40 00
440 00
600 00
600 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
160 00
SO 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
540 00
525 50
450 00
425 80
300 00
350 30
240 35
291 95
390 00
65 00
325 00
300 00
330 00
57,383 15
178,913 14 4 Ed. 7       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
B 101
O P Van Allen ..
A W Sutherland
T A Broadfoot..
E E Haslam
Carrie Hall	
E M Cartwright
L J Brunton . ..
School Trustees.
do
do
do
do
do
do
Hester Draper..
Kathleen Boyd .
J K McKenzie ..
E G Kingston...
J M Inglis	
Grace Atkinson
A E Eckardt . ..
PO Sharp	
W Murgatroyd .
May Best 	
Addie Beath....
S BPeele	
J D Moyee 	
Mary Shannon..
J K McQuarrie..
Samuel Moore ..
M A MacLachlan
L Tretheway ...
S CMcEwen..  .
J J McNiven	
John Mclntyre .
M Sullivan	
KE Redfern....
M E Holloway ..
Thos Henderson
EL Leek	
Linnie Lewis ...
Alex McLeod ...
J A Cairns	
Linnie Lewis ...
J K McKenzie ..
WM Cox	
HT Archibald..
EM Crake	
C G Granger.. ..
B S McDonald ..
Jno T Pollock ..
D M Carss 	
DLMDavis....
K M McKinnon .
EDPlaxton....
E McClughan...
E Bradley   	
G C Davidson ..
C E Lord  	
F W Templer.  .
F Forrest	
W Tomlinson...
E G Cowan	
ML Wade	
J J McNiven ...
S D Wark	
R J Plaxton ....
ES Snider	
J E Jay	
Wm Stott	
Brought forward	
VIII—EDUCATION- Continued.
Vote No. 107.
-Teachers' Salaries and Incidental Expenses. —
Continued.
CranbrooTs- District.—Concluded.
Teacher, Marysville School.
do Moyie n    .
do          .. u    .
do           „ .,    .
do North Star n    .
do              „ i,    .
do Wardner n    .
Grant for incidental expenses, Cranbrook
do
do
do
do
do
do
Fort Steele
Kimberley
Marysville
Moyie
North Star
Wardner
  5 mos. 21 d. @ $50
  12 months   65
  2    ,i    50
  8    ,i 30 d. 50
  6    „27d. 55
  2    „16d. 55
  9    i,23 d. 55
School; $200; janitor, $280	
Total for Cranbrook District, $8,053. (
Delta District.
Teachei
, Aldergrove                     Schoc
do
it                                      „
do
„          South                 ,,
do
it              it                      it
do
Anniedale                             ,t
do
Barnston Island                   h
do
Beaver                                  n
do
Belmont                                n
do
Boundary Bay                     u
do
ii                                      ii
do
Brownsville                            n
do
it                                         it
do
Clayton                                 „
do
Cloverdale                            n
do
Crescent Island                    n
do
it                                      Ii
do
ii                                      ii
do
n                                      ii
do
Delta                                     „
do
it                                          it
do
ti                                          ii
do
Douglas                              it
do
it                                   it
do
it                                   it
do
Glenvalley                               n
do
Glenwood                             n
do
n                                         ti
do
Gulf side                              11
do
• i                                   it
do
Hall's Prairie                        u
do
tt                                      ii
do
Kensington                           u
do
ii                                      it
do
Kensington, East                 .t
do
ti                                      it
do
Ladner                                  n
do
ii                                      it
do
ii       2nd division,         ,,
do
3rd       „
do
Langley                              11
do
Langley, East                      n
do
it                                      it
do
Langley Prairie                  n
do
Lochiel                                  it
do
tt                              '        tt
do
Mud Bay                               u
do
Newton Road                       n
do
Otter
do
ii                                          it
do
PortKells
do
ii                                      ii
do
Prairie                                   ,,
do
Spring Brook                       ■■
do
it                                      it
do
Sunbury                              n
do
Suz'rey Centre                    n
1 month
11
1
11
11
9
12
12
10
2
1
10
12
12
6
3
6
12
1
11
1
10
1
11
1
10
4
6
1
11
11
12
12
1
10
12
1
10
11
1
11
8
3
12
1
11
12
1
30 d.
7d.
29 d.
4d.
27 d.
25 d.
6d.
29 rl.
28 d.
29 d.
30 d.
30 d.
27 d.
28 d.
30 d.
f50
50
50
50
50
40
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
55
50
50
50
50
55
65
55
45
45
45
60
40
40
50
50
55
55
50
50
40
40
75
75
60
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
55
40
50
50
50
50
55
50
50
50
50
57,383 15
Carried forward.
283 85
780 00
100 00
449 20
377 90
138 40
535 35
480 00
100 00
50 00
25 00
100 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
550 00
50 00
550 00
599 20
370 85
600 00
600 00
500 00
100 00
50 00
548 40
600 00
660 00
300 00
156 65
43 35
100 00
209 35
120 65
330 00
45 00
225 00
270 00
600 00
40 00
440 00
50 00
549 20
55 00
605 00
50 00
545 15
198 70
240 00
75 00
825 00
660 00
600 00
600 00
50 00
548 40
600 00
50 00
54S 40
654
37 35
50 00
550 00
448 40
150 00
660 00
50 00
550 00
600 00
50 00
178,913 14
80,261 501178,913 14 B 102
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
PHPage	
E B Park	
R M Robson ...
Maude Bruce ..
School Trustees
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
M M Watson.. ..
C L Bowman .. .
S Codd	
WMurgatroyd..
RW Fleming.   .
A B Haney	
John Stephen...
Isabel Reith....
M A Stephens...
Hester Draper .
-G M Patterson..
A M Redfern	
T G Calvert	
M J Murray	
M McKinnon	
A B Haney ....
PHPage	
D M Moore	
H Mclvor	
Paul Murray....
A D Murgatroyd
W H Brown	
B S Smith   	
L Abercrombie..
C E Murray	
G E Ross	
L E Frith	
E F A Cooper ...
H B Guest	
S Moore	
F G Calvert	
NR Colbeck.,..
Brought forward.
VIIL— EDUCATION.—Continued.
Vote No. 107.—Teachers' Salaries and Incidental Expenses.-
Continued.
Delta District.—Concluded.
Teacher, Surrey Centre
do       Trenant
do       Tynehead
do       Westham
Grant for incidental expenses,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
School  11 months & $50
     6 ,i 55
,i         12 „ 60
   12 „ 50
Aldergrove School	
ii South       n	
Anniedale ti    	
Barnston Island M    	
Beaver it    	
Belmont n    	
Boundary Bay i	
Brownsville n    	
Clayton n    	
Cloverdale n    	
Crescent Island n    	
Delta ii    	
Douglas ti    	
Glenvalley n	
Glenwood ii    	
Gulfside ii    	
Hall's Prairie n    	
Kensington 11 ,	
ii East it    	
Ladner n    	
Langley 	
ii East it    	
11        Prairie 11    	
Lochiel i	
Mud Bay n    	
Otter ii    	
PortKells „   	
Prairie n    	
Spring Brook n    	
Sunbury 11    	
Surrey Centre n    	
Trenant u    	
Tynehead u    	
Westham (,    	
Total for Delta District, $22,878.65
Teacher
Burton                            S
do
Ferndale
do
Hammond
do
,,
do
Haney
do
it      East
do
do
do
Harrison Hot Springs
do
ti
do
Harrison River
do
it
do
,,
do
Hatzic
do
Hatzic Prairie
do
,,
do
Junction
do
it
do
Lillooet, South
do
Maple Ridge
do
,i        2nd division
do
Mission
do
ti
do
ii     2nd division,
do
i,    2nd       i,
do
Morris Vallev
do
,,
do
Nicomen
do
,,
do
■ i     North
do
,,
do
n
Dewdney District.
School  12 months (3 $50
Carried forward.
12
9
2
12
1
1
5
6
12
1
11
1
11
12
12
12
1
11
1
11
6
5
5
5
1
4
2
60
55
55
50
50
12 d. 50
29 d. 50
18 d. 50
13 d. 50
55
55
55
50
50
50
55
55
55
60
50
60
60
50
50
50
50
45
26 d. 45
50
24 d. 50
5d. 40
550 00
330 00
600 00
600 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
120 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
600 00
600 00
495 00
110 00
600 00
50 00
170 30
346 80
179 05
420 95
55 00
275 00
330 00
600 00
50 00
550 00
55 00
605 00
660 00
720 00
600 00
60 00
660 00
50 00
550 00
300 00
250 00
225 00
267 10
50 00
23S 70
88 00
178,913 14
94,592 40 178,913 14 4 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
B 103
John King	
Elizabeth Wilson
Samuel Moore ., .
A D Crawford....
G E Ross	
A E Dixon	
E J Brown	
Grace Robinson.,
Hester Draper ...
L E Frith	
H G Marshall....
A E Macrae	
School Trustees..
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
F U Nicholles
R G Gordon ..
M C Campbell
Cecil Hardie
A M Howell
M Gordon ..
M E Davie .
A A Boorman.
W G M Rolston
D Hammond...
School Trustees
do
do
do
do
do
do
J C Slater	
Jennie M Richards
R A McMordie	
D L Gordon	
G L Pedlar	
E S Fernie	
Carrie Hall	
L E Marshall	
T C Colwell	
R McNee	
May Lawrence . ..
Carrie Hall	
Jno C Slater	
P Terrion	
L E Marshall	
Brought forward ..
VIII—EDUCATION— Continued.
Vote No. 107.—Teachers' Salaries a,nd Incidental Expenses.—
Continued.
Dewdney District.—Concluded.
Teacher, Port Moody
Silverdale
Websters Corners
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do ii
do      Whonnock
do ti
Grant for incidental expenses,
do ..
do „
do ii
do ,i
do ,i
do
do
do ,,
do .,
do ,i
do n
do „
do ti
do
do i.
do
do ti
do ,.
do
12 months @ $55
11 55
it 55
ii 3d. 55
,i20d. 55
„22 d. 50
„ 9d. 50
40
14 d.  40
Burton
Fern dale
Hammond
Haney
n       East
Harrison Hot Springs
Harrison River
Hatzic
ti       Prairie
Junction
Lillooet South
Maple Ridge
Mission
Morris Valley
Nicomen
Nicomen, North
Port Moody
Silverdale
Stave River
Whonnock
School.
1
5
3
2
7
4
1
1
1
11
40
60
50
Total for Dewdney District, $14,256.40
Esquimalt District.
Teacher, Colwood School  11 mos. 28 d @ $50
do       Esquimalt ii      II           n           75
do              ii          2nd division,     n      12 ,i           60
do              ,i           3rd „            „      11           i,           50
do       Goldstream -it      12           n           50
do       Metchosin M      12          ,,           50
do      Otter Point ,,        6          n          40
do       Sooke ,  12 ,,           50
do       Sooke, East n         1          ,,           50
do              ii it         10          ,,30d. 50
Grant for incidental expenses, Colwood School	
do                       ti Esquimalt                  n        $120; Janitor, etc., $255
do                         tt Goldstream                 n    	
do                         it Metchosin                   u    	
do                         it Otter Point                  u    	
do                         it Sooke                           n       	
do                         ii Sooke, East                 ii    	
Total for Esquimalt District, $5,943.60
Fernie District.
Teacher, Elko
do ,,
do      Ferni
do ,i
do ,t
do
do „
do
do
do ii
do ii
do it
do
do
do
School.
Jaffray
Michel
2nd division,
3rd
3rd
4th
4th
5th
6th
2nd division,
1 month
9
1
12
1
11
1
8
12
3
11
10
1
@ $50
30 d.  50
90
19 d. 90
12 d. 90
75
60
60
50
50
50
24 d.  50
50
30 d. 65
50
12 d.
19 d.
Carried forward    109,748 35 178,913 14
91,592 40
660 00
55 00
275 00
169 15
146 65
386 20
213 80
40 00
18 05
40 00
50 00
550 00
40 00
13 70
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
80 00
80 00
40 00
27 95
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
595 20
825 00
720 00
550 00
600 00
600 00
240 00
600 00
60 00
548 40
40 00
375 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
50 00
499 15
90 00
56 90
846 00
900 00
60 00
660 00
69 35
432 25
600 00
190 30
550 00
712 90
50 00
178,913 14 B 104
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   ets.
$   ets.
109,748 85
390 00
367 95
69 65
289 20
50 00
858 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
605 00
55 00
495 00
50 00
466 65
60 00
20 12
50 00
60 00
660 00
350 00
175 80
660 00
600 00
720 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
74 55
50 00
50 00
550 00
275 00
385 00
135 00
465 00
600 00
40 00
310 96
120 00
600 00
300 00
288 70
598 40
660 00
720 00
513 35
144 85
50 00
463 35
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
27 45
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
178,913 14
VII
Vote No. 107 Tec
1
Teacher, Morrissey
do           ..
do       Tobacco Plains
do                  ii
Grant for incidental expe
do                         i
do
do
do
do
[.—EDUCATION— Continued.
.tal Expenses.—
6 months @ $65
5           u20d. 65
1            ii  8 d.  55
5           ,,  8d. 55
W T Clark	
chers* Salaries and Incider
Continued.
^emie District.—Concluded.
E F A Cooper	
.
do             	
do             	
do               	
do             	
Fernie                          n   §*?50;
janitor, etc., $608...
Teacher, Cascade
do       Kettle River
do              ..
do              ii              N(
do
Grant for incidental expe
do
do
Teacher, Anaconda
do
do       Boundary Falls
do
Total for Fern
Grand Forks District.
School	
ie District, $7,991.65
11 months @ $55
1            n           55
9           „           55
1           ii           50
9           ulOd.  50
P Terrion	
rth             ii         	
do            	
Total for Grand For
Greenwood District.
ks District, $1,791.77
1 month  @  $60
11 ,i          60
7            ii           50
3           i,15 d. 50
12 ,i           55
12           n           50
12           ii           60
Frances E Gibson	
..
C A McMillan	
C M Martin 	
do       Eholt                                     ii    	
A A McPhail	
Grant for incidental expe
do
do
do
do
Teacher, Beaver Point
do              ..
do       Burgoyne Bav
do              ii
do       Gabriola, South
do
do       Galiano
do              ii       South
do
do               M
do       Ganges
do       Mayne Island
do
do
Eholt                         it    	
Total for Greenwo
Islands District.
Dd District, $3,500.35
1 month  @  $50
11 ,,            50
5 „           55
7           ti           55
2 ,i 21 d. 50
9           ,i   9d.  50
12 ,,           50
1 ,.           40
7           n24d. 40
3 ,i           40
12           „           50
6 i,           50
5           i,24 d. 50
11 n30d. 50
12 ,,           55
12           ,,           60
9           ulOd. 55
2 n 20 d. 55
1            ..            50
9           „  8 d.  50
J W Sinclair 	
AW Cooke	
W A Bowell	
do       Saanich, North
do       Sidney
do      Vesuvius
do              it
do              ii          Nor
do              ,.
Grant for incidental expa
do
h                ti    	
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do              	
do
,           ii       South              „    	
do                	
do              	
do              	
do                	
do               	
Carried forwar
124,922 32
178,913 14 4 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
B 105
School Trustees,
do
M D Knight   ..
Annie Booth
E Harding	
May G Duncan..
M A Currie	
H T Archibald ..
B Hutchison	
M L Palmer.
EL Bell	
M R Vansickle ..
E Y Gillis	
A J McLennan..
Eleanor Loat...
E Beattie	
M T Beattie
A M Cartwright.
Alwin Holland..
J M Cleveland , .
E M Carson	
L E Stephens ...
F Beattie	
E F A Cooper ..
M A Currie	
A S Elliot	
S Preston	
School Trustees.
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
John Simpson   ..
S Shannon	
Joseph Irwin	
Eli Wilson	
J N Muir	
A N Philip	
School Trustees...
do
do
do
Hedley Huggard
B Moore	
D C Eldridge ...
J H Price   ....
H Olding	
L A Blackwell..
Clara Baker ...
Brought forward.
VIII— EDUCATION.—Continued.
Vote No. 107.—Teaclters' Salaries and Incidental Expenses.-
Continued.
Islands District.— Concluded.
Grant for incidental expenses, Vesuvius
do n      Vesuvius, North
School.
Total for Islands District, $7,737.05
Kamloops District.
Canoe Creek
Craigellachie
Dolans Corners
Ducks
Glenemma
Grande Prairie
North Thompson
West
Notch Hill
Teacher, Campbell Creek
do South
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do       Tappen Siding
Grant for incidental expe:
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
School.
Salmon Arm, East
West
Shuswap
Silver Creek
:ises, Campbell Creek   School.
i it South it .
i       Canoe Creek n .
i      Craigellachie n .
Dolan's Corners n .
Ducks ~ it
Glenemma n .
Grande Prairie n .
North Thompson ■■ .
N. Thompson, West n .
Notch Hill „ .
Salmon Arm, East 11
„ West ,i .
Shuswap 11 .
Silver Creek n .
Tappen Siding n .
12 months @ $50
ii 50
i 50
,29d.  50
50
50
, 50
i 50
i 50
50
i 50
i 50
i 50
. 50
i 50
i 7d. 50
, 50
i 50
, 55
, 55
,    55
50
, 2d. 60
, 50
i    50
12
1
2
8
1
11
12
11
1
12
1
10
12
6
5
1
11
12
12
12
1
1
9
12
Teacher, Ainsworth
do
do
do
do
do
Ferguson
Pilot Bay
Trout Lake
Total for Kamloops District, $10,341.30
Kaslo District.
School  12 months @ $55
   11 .,28d. 50
     1 it 50
     1 ,t25d. 60
     1 ii 60
Grant for incidental expenses, Ainsworth
do ii       Ferguson
do it       Pilot Bay
do n      Trout Lake
School.
Total for Kaslo District, $2,213.55
Lillooet District.
Teacher, Alkali Lake
School
do
Chasm
do
ii
do
Clinton
do
do
Lac la Hache
do
it
Carried forward .
1
11
1
months @ $55
, 55
il9d. 55
,    65
t    55
, 25 d. 55
124,922 32
40 00
40 00
600 00
600 00
50 00
146 80
400 00
50 00
550 00
600 00
650 00
50 00
600 60
60 00
500 00
600 00
300 00
261 30
50 00
650 00
660 00
660 00
660 00
50 00
53 20
450 00
600 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
50 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
90 00
40 00
40 00
660 00
595 15
50 00
108 40
60 00
540 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
440 00
55 00
631 90
65 00
715 00
55 00
484 35
139,903 42
178,913 14
178,913 14 B 106
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
Jane Moore....
F G Walton ...
W M Brandon
T B Brandon ..
do
Chas Shepherd
L C Macken .. .
School Trustees
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
F F Whyte	
Frank D Best. .
Beatrice Ball ...
J K Ramsay ....
E J Taylor	
D Cattell	
D J Thomas	
G E Gibson	
B G Eastman ...
M G Ramsay....
do
J V Ramsay ....
do
F B Morrison ...
E M Dalby	
Geo M Bovyer..
R A Hilbert	
T J Barron	
E A Haggard   ..
do
B S McDonald  .
Fanny Uren ....
Alice John	
J H Frame	
do
M A Ramsay ...
Mary Milligan ..
M A Ramsay....
Kate Michael ...
RWall	
Kate Michael ...
J K Haarer	
Mabel Cairns ...
J E Teague	
Kate Cairns	
O Randle	
F Randle	
Elizabeth Brown
F C Laurence...
C J Manson	
School Trustees.
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
no
do
do
do
do
Vote No. 107.-
Brouqht forward.
YUI.-EDVGAHlON.-Continued.
Teachers' Salaries and Incidental Expenses.-
Continued.
lillooet District.—Concluded.
Teacher, Lac la Hache, North    School     1 month @ $55
do
do
do
do
do
do
Lillooet
Pachelqua
Pavilion
1
11
1
Grant for incidental expenses, Alkali Lake
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Teacher, Alexandria
do
Chasm
Clinton
Lac la Hache
it North
Lillooet
Pachelqua
Pavilion
School.
. 19 d
,13 d.
il8d.
55
65
65
50
50
55
Total for Lillooet District, $4,807.05
Newcastle District.
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
2nd division
Cedar, East
„       North
it       South
Chase River
Extension
School     1 month
  11 „
  10 „
  12
   12 „
     5 „
     4 „
   12
Harewood
2nd division
2nd
3rd
3rd       „
.3 mos. @$75;   3
I mos. @ $60;   3
     5
2nd division
.3 mos. at $55;
Ladysmith
it 2nd division
i, 2nd       .,
„ 3rd       i,
n 4th        „
., 4th        „
,, 5th
5th   ,,
6th   ,,
,t   7th
,t   7th  ,,
„   7th
8th       „
Mountain
Nanaimo Bay
Nanaimo, North
it South
Northfield
it 2nd division,
Oyster, North
Southfield
Grant for incidental expenses, Alexandria
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Cedar, East
North
South
Chase River
Extension
Harewood
Ladysmith
Mountain
Nanaimo Bay
n       North
South
Northfield
Oyster, North
School.
3
2
1
11
1
11
12
1
11
1
11
12
1
1
9
10
12
12
12
12
12
12
6
6
11
i30d.
, 30 d.
» $60
60
50
50
50
50
50
55
75
50
60
1. 50
55
60
I. 50
100
100
80
80
70
60
60
55
55
55
50
50
50
50
55
55
55
55
60
50
50
50
50
. $125; Janitor, etc., $390|
. .$320; Janitor, etc., $
Total for Newcastle District, $19,414.!
Carried forward. IIl61,779 12l 178,913 14
139,903 42
55 00
308 70
65 00
716 00
50 00
420 95
526 16
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
60 00
660 00
500 00
600 00
600 00
250 00
200 00
660 001
450 00
405 00
360 00
330 00
250 00
132 25
330 00
345 00
133 35
100 00
1,100 00
80 00
880 00
840 00
60 00
660 00
55 00
605 00
660 00
50 00
50 00
498 35
500 00
660 00
660 00
660 00
660 00
720 00
600 00
300 00
300 00
698 40
53 80
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
515 00
60 00
800 00
40 00
40 00
23 75
40 00
80 00
40 00
178,913 14 4 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
B 107
O McPherson ..
Eli Wilson	
NG McDonald.
O McPherson ..
N G McDonald.
ME Rear	
E H Mayne	
N G Pringle ....
W B Wellwood .
E S DeBou	
LMMcDMuir.
E McNaughton
J A Rowe
H S Bagnall ...
K E McDougall
M V Beattie ...
R G Gordon ...
Alex Smith . ..
H P Williams..
E Moore	
S JKillins	
W S Snider. ..
A J McLennan.
S B Campbell. ..
L L McKinnon.
M M Clement
Alex Smith....
L Leighton....
W M Cox 	
Emma Black ..
Alex Smith ...
L Leighton....
M M Clement. .
M M Thomson .
A E Elliott ....
Jas Sutherland
Geo W Hall....
E M Lauder ...
C G Elliott ....
A C Carss ....
Annie Fenton .
J F Tupper....
M A Lewis	
Minnie Smith..
School Trustees
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
W F Cameron .
H W Brown ....
R E L Stevenson
J M Marshall...
Brought forward ..,
VIII— EDUCATION— Continued.
Vote No. 107.—Teachers' Salaries and Incidental Expenses.-
Continued.
Okanagan District.
,i 3rd
Black Mountain
Blue Springs
Coldstream
Commonage
Deep Creek
Enderby
Kelowna
Teacher, Armstrong
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Grant
School        2 months @ $65
2nd division,
2nd       ,i
2nd division
2nd       „
2nd division
Lumby
Mabel Lake
Mara
Okanagan
Landing
Mission
Otter Lake
Peachland
Penticton
Round Prairie
Spallumcheen
Summerland
for incidental expenses, Armstrong
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Black Mountain
Blue Springs
Coldstream
Commonage
Deep Creek
Enderby
Kelowna
Lumby
Mabel Lake
Mara
Okanagan
11       Landing
ti       Mission
ti       South
,,       West
Otter Lake
Peachland
Penticton
Round Prairie
Spallumcheen
Summerland
School.
10
2
10
10
5
1
4
9
1
11
12
6
6
1
10
12
1
11
12
10
1
1
10
1
1
9
1
11
12
12
11
9
1
12
12
10
75
, 50
t 60
, 50
50
i 60
,19d. 50
,28d.  50
, 50
i 50
, 50
65
, 65
50
, 50
65
i 65
50
, 50
50
i 65
, 55
50
50
55
i, 55
ii 55
t.l4d. 50
,tl6d.  50
ii 50
19 d.  50
„ 50
50
n 50
ii 50
50
n 65
n 29 d.  60
50
,, 50
ti 50
it 55
„ 55
„27d.
Rent of building for Vernon High School.
6 months to 31st December, 1903
Teacher, Albert Canyon
do       Arrowhead
do
Total for Okanagan District, $17,290.60
Revelstoke District.
School   11 m. 29 d. <a $50;
,i         In    28 d.        50
,,     2  ,,    13d.        50
Carried forward,	
161,779 12
130 00
750 00
100 00
600 00
500 00
250 00
60 00
230 65
493 30
50 00
550 00
600 00
390 00
390 00
300 60
300 00
65 00
650 00
600 00
300 00
300 00
55 00
605 00
600 00
543 55
55 00
55 00
550 00
72 65
425 80
50 00
30 65
50 00
450 00
50 00
550 00
600 00
660 00
716 15
450 00
50 00
60u 00
060 00
560 00
295 00
20 00
17 95
40 00
40 00
40 00
80 00
80 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
90 00
595 90
95 10
120 95
179,881 67
178,913 14
178,913 14 B 108
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
May G Duncan..
WH Gibbon....
Mary McDowell.
M J Grahame...
F N McCrimmon
AW Griffiths...
J W Thomson...
School Trustees.
do
do
do
do
do
L E Hughes	
John Martin	
Laura J Smith
Ellen Lister	
S Sheppard	
L J M Laursen ...
John N Muir	
B N Snider	
S Marsden	
Grace Robinson.   .
H C Boothhy	
A P Woollacott...
NR Colbeck	
E Mountain	
J F Harrison	
M McKinnon	
Margaret Whiteley
John McMillan ...
A C Carss	
Geo M Bovyer ....
E W Ogilvie   	
R E Glover	
do        	
E W Ogilvie	
O A Crandell	
W E Bavis	
H McCarter	
K L Bayns	
E B Park  	
John Wright ..
A M Black	
J A Rowe	
J A Bates	
M Beattie	
L A Burpee 	
J ohn Martin	
Hilda K Smith....
Alex Graham	
G M Glover 	
W J Clement	
Mary McDowell...
A Beath 	
W J Clement	
School Trustees...
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Vote No. 107.-
Brouqht forward.....
VIII.-EDUCATION.—Continued.
-Teachers' Salaries and Incidental Expenses.-
Continued.
Teacher, Arrowhead
do       Camborne
Revelstoke District.—Concluded.
School 	
do
do
do
do
do
Comaplix
Illecillewaet
Thomson's Landing
5 m. 28 d. @$50
5 ,i 23 d. 50
1   ,i    13 d.       50
Grant for incidental expenses, Albert Canyon     School
Burnaby
do
do
do
do
do
Teacher, Barnet
do      Bowen Island
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Arrowhead
Camborne
Comaplix
Illecillewaet
Thomson's Landing
Rent, $120j!.
Total for Revelstoke District, $3,589.95
Eburne
English
Howe Sound
Lulu
Lynn Valley
Moodyville
North Arm
West
11 2nd division,
Richmond District.
School  12
  1
  10
  12
  12
  12
  1
  10
  1
2nd division,
Sea Island
2nd division,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Grant for incidental expenses, Barnet
Squamish
Steveston
Vancouver, East
2nd division,
North
South
ii   2nd div.,
West
5
9
3
1
11
1
11
1
1
7
3
months @ $50
„ 50
„30d.  50
55
„ 60
50
i, 55
,,30d. 55
., 55
n 55
15 d.  55
55
50
50
50
50
8d. 45
1
11
1
55
55
, 60
i27d. 60
i 4d. 60
i27d. 50
,   4d. 50
i months @ $40;   6
4
6
3
8
12
5
6
12
12
1
4
1
6
it 60
.. 50
., 50
60
ii 50
n25d. 60
i. 60
i,15d. 60
it 16d. 60
n 50
ii 60
i. 60
ii 60
ii 50
50
it 50
,. 50
ii 50
do
do
do
de
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Bowen Island n
Burnaby n
Burnaby, West h
Eburne n
English i,
HowTe Sound n
Lulu ii
Moodyville 11
North Arm u
Sea Island h
Squamish t,
Steveston ,,
Vancouver, East h
Carried forward.
179,881 67 178,913 14
295 15
287 60
71 65
60 00
461 65
600 00
591 95
50 00
170 00
50 00
50 00
60 00
50 00
600 00
50 00
549 20
660 00
720 00
600 00
65 00
603 25
55 SO
275 00
27 50
275 00
460 00
150 00
50 00
650 00
55 90
605 00
65 00
60 00
472 25
187 75
443 55
156 45
60 00
660 00
50 00
300 00
250 00
540 00
290 30
360 00
209 05
510 95
600 00
300 00
360 00
720 00
600 00
50 00
200 00
50 00
300 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
80 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
80 00
80 00
40 00
40 00
80 00
197,496
178,913 14 4 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904. B 109
School Trustees
do
do
E A Clark	
M A Offerhaus.
M M Miller ....
S D Pope	
Samuel R Roe .
B C Couves....
WH Campbell.
F M Strachan .
I Cathcart	
H B Marchant.
A Cathcart....
HC Shelton...
O A Crandall . .
D A V Butler..
M Gamp	
H 0 Case ....
R R Watson...
WH Campbell.
L B Mackenzie.
G A Godson . . .
School Trustees
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Albert Letts	
Annie McLennan.
M M McVicar ... .
E G Kingston....
Violet Hardie... .
M L Willans	
J Sutherland
M E Robson	
L C Beadles	
J A Mclntvre
S A Mills .".	
M L Willans	
Jane Moore	
S A Mills	
Alex Stephen....
R W Taylor	
F St C Clark	
EMDalby	
School Trustees..
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Brought forward	
VIII— EDUCATION— Continued.
Vote No. 107.-
-Teachers' Salaries and Incidental Expenses.-
Continued.
Richmond Riding.—Concluded.
Grant for incidental expenses, Vancouver, North, School.	
do ,i it South      ii    	
do it n West      ii    	
Total for Richmond District, $14,996 15
Saanich District.
Teacher, Cadboro
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
.Cedar Hill
School  12 months @  $50
2nd Division
Craigflower
Elk Lake
Gordon Head
Lake
Oak Bay
Prospect
Saanich, South
"       West
Strawberry Vale
Tolmie
ii   2nd Division
ii 2nd i,
3rd
Grant for incidental expenses, Cadboro
12
12
1
10
12
12
12
12
2
10
10
2
12
12
1
11
12
60
50
,i 60
60
i 50
,30d. 50
, 50
, 55
, 55
50
, 60
60
i 50
50
, 55
75
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Cedar Hill
Craigflower
Elk Lake
Gordon Head
Lake
Oak Bay
Prospect
Saanich, South
West
Strawberry Vale
Tolmie
$40
water rate, $12 .
$12 .
Total for Saanich District, $10,583.15
Similkameen District.
Teacher, Anarchist Mountain      School.
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
dn
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Camp McKinney
Fairview
Hedley
Keremeos
Okanagan Falls
Rock Creek
Rock Mountain
Similkameen
Grant for incidental expenses, Anarch
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
st .Mountain School.
11 m. 26 d. @ $50
1 month
7
1
11
9
1
7
1
1
10
11
2
2
50
,29d. 50
,, 65
ti 55
ii 55
it 55
21 d. 55
„24d. 55
i, ■ 50
„29d. 50
i. 23 d. 55
,i29d. 55
ii 50
i,26 d. 50
,i 16 d. 50
i,17 d. 55
ii  6d. 55
Camp McKinney
Fairview
Hedley
Keremeos
Okanagan Falls
Princeton
Rock Creek
Rock Mountain
Similkameen
840
; scavenger, $20 .
28; rent, $180..
Total for Similkameen District, $5,856.23
Carried forward	
197,495 82
40 00
80 00
40 00
600 00
720 00
600 00
360 00
360 00
50 00
549 15
600 00
660 00
660 00
600 00
120 00
600 00
500 00
100 00
660 00
900 00
60 00
660 00
600 00
40 00
80 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
52 00
52 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
120 00
591 95
50 00
396 65
55 00
605 00
495 00
55 00
37 85
428 35
50 00
446 80
95 80
491 45
50 00
541 95
675 80
139 35
121 00
40 00
40 00
60 00
40 00
249 28
40 00
40 00
40 Of
40 00
40 00
178,913 14
214,095 20 178,913 14 B 110
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
Iver Fougner..
B A McBeth ...
T A Wilson	
H A Northen ..
J M H Harding
School Trustees
do
do
do
do
ME Grenfell 	
Geo L Pedlar	
Norman Morrison.
G A Wilson	
B Moore	
DN Webb	
L N Cobnon	
A E Irvine	
J Colquhoun	
E E Haslam	
S J Anderson	
School Trustees...
do
do
do
do
do
C A Newland ...
A M Redfern...,
H McDonald....
T A McMartin ..
Agnes Ruckle...
C E Stephenson
W R Ellenwood
Geo H Deane ..
EM Crake	
D Crawford	
Grace Robinson
E B Hobbs	
Emma Black...,
M Marsden	
A Van Alstine .
A J McDougall.
C J McDonald .
M A Bowman..
J H Price	
F Forrest	
EPStarret	
A M Lewis	
E M McBride ..
E C Loat	
NC Smith	
O F Randall...
E R Reid	
M Beattie	
Rhoda Sharpe .
J K McMarne..
School Trustees
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Brought forward.
VIII.-EDUCATION.-Co«.*fmMecJ.
Vote No, 107.—Teachers' Salaries and Incidental Expenses.-
Continued.
Skeena District.
Teacher,
do
do
do
do
Bella Coola
ii Lowrer
Essington
Metlakahtla
Simpson
School.
12 months @ $60
8 ,i lid.  50
12 „ 60
9 it 24 d. 60
12 ,. 60
Grant for incidental expenses, Bella Coola
do
do
do
do
Teacher, Nakusp
Lower
Essington
Metlakahtla
Simpson
School.
Total for Skeena District, $3,367.75
Slocan District.
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
New Denver
School  12 months
2nd division
Roseberry
Silverton
Three Forks
Winlaw
Grant for incidental expenses, Nakusp
12
5
4
10
2
10
1
7
,i 18 d.
,lld.
. 6d.
i 24 d.
il9d.
do
do
do
do
do
Teacher, Agassiz
do
New Denver
Roseberry
Silverton
Three Forks
Winlaw
Total for Slocan District, $4,578.50
'Yale District.
School.
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Ashcroft
2nd division
2nd       ii
Cache Creek
Hope
it
Hope Station
Keefers
Lytton
"       North
Nicola
North Bend
St. Elmo
Savona
Spence's Bridge
Spuzzum
Yale
,25d.
1
10
10
12
1
months <§ $55
„ 55
it 65
„ 65
50
50
CO
60
50
50
i 21 d. 50
40
40
, 40
, 50
i 55
,20d. 55
, 50
55
55
t 55
■ t 55
40
50
,,29d. 50
1123 d.  50
,i 50
t28d
Grant for incidental expenses, Agassiz
do
i       Ashcroft
do
i       Cache Creek
do
i       Hope
do
t       Hope Station
do
i       Keefers
do
i       Lytton,
do
i            11       North
School
Carried forward.
214,095 20
178,913 14
720 00
419 35
720 00
588 40
720 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
720 00
169 00
585 00
600 00
267 75
210 40
550 00
110 00
538 70
80 65
350 00
50 00
147 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
330 00
330 00
65 00
715 00
50 00
550 00
60 00
650 30
50 00
250 00
283 85
40 00
40 00
400 00
600 00
55 00
585 50
600 00
605 00
330 00
330 00
660 00
240 00
50 00
546 75
537 10
600 00
50 00
495 20
60 00
40 00
100 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
1232,670 16
178,913 14 4 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
B 111
School Trustees
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
FG Walton....
Jean Ramsay..
M M McVicar ..
M M Winter ...
FLMcClure...
M A Clement ..
Jos Irwin	
Isabel Reith ...
Gladys Butler..
S J Sutherland
B Moore 	
School Trustees
do
do
do
do
Canad'n Bk of Commerce
Bank of B N A 	
Impr'l Bank of Canada..
Bank of Montreal	
Royal Bank of Canada ..
Dominion Express Co ...
Post Office	
J R Martin	
H Wright	
FWLaing	
R Bradshaw	
E T W Pearse	
H Hunter	
WDodd	
P D Hope	
J P Powell	
WNRolfe	
J Wilson	
E Walter	
J E Griffith	
E J Thain	
Hon R McBride... .
Hon R F Green	
Hon C Wilson	
HonRGTatlow....
Hon A E MoPhillips.
Hon F J Fulton	
Hon A S Goodeve ...
J A Anderson	
Brought forward.
VIIL -EDUC AT10H .-Concluded.
Vote No. 107.-
■Teachers' Salaries and Incidental Expenses.-
Concluded.
Yale'' District.—Concluded.
Grant for incidental expenses, Nicola
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Lower
North Bend
St. Elmo
Savona
Spence's Bridge
Spuzzum
Yale
School.
Total for Yale District, $10,868.99
Ymir District.
Teacher, Creston School    5 mos 20 d. (a $60
do          ,, i.      5 ,i    30d.       60
do       Duhamel u      2 „    20 d.       50
do          „ n      6 ii                   50
do          „ ii      1  i,    16 d.       50
do      Granite Siding n      In                 50
do       Hume n   10 n    30 d.       65
do       Salmo n     In                   50
do          i, i,   10 n                   50
do       Ymir n         6 n                   60
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Total for Ymir District, $3,534.85
IX.-TEANSPOET.
Vote No. 108.—Charges on Remittances.
Charges on remittances to and from various agencies.
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1,859 55 B 112
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
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W J Goepel	
—Travelling Expenses of Officers on Duty.—Continued,
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Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
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Victoria Transfer Co
C Marston	
G Winter	
R Bray	
J H Ferguson	
H W Lomas	
GPrier	
H Brown	
R Carter	
H Nicholson	
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J H Munroe	
J Pelly	
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L A Agassiz	
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J Conway.	
J D Wells	
E M Sandilands..
E Walter	
J Simpson    	
J Scott	
P J Gleazer	
A B Buckworth..
J Page 	
WM Robson	
J H Fox	
D Black	
J T Armstrong...
W Simpson	
J Wilson	
B Brynildsen	
J W Smith	
W E Curtis	
M Phillips	
G Ager	
GHRaley	
F G Richards . .
T J Armstrong...
D Mellard .......
P Wright	
FW Warren	
E Baillie	
A de R Taylor ...
G W DeBeck	
J A Catherwood .
A Carney	
ST Hall	
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IX.—TUAmVOnT.-ConcMided.
Vote No. 109.—Travelling Expenses of Officers on Duty.—Concluded,
Travelling expenses with Ministers to Ottawa	
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Livery hire for officers in connection with miners' disputes, Atlin
Hack hire for Ministers, Victoria	
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XL-REVENUE SERVICES.
Vote No. 110.—Commission, Courts of Appeal, Travelling
Expenses and Miscellaneous.
(Commission.)
Commission on collections, Victoria City, Esquimalt & South Victoria
Districts, $14,025 @     7£ per cent.
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do Beaverdell  20 M
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do Manson 20 ■■
do Chilliwhack 20 .»
do Kitimaat    20 n
do Skidegate 20 . i
do Barkerville..'. 15 M
do Agassiz 15 i,
do Hedley 15 u
do Naas 15 ,,
do Kitsalas 15 ,,
do Sandon    .   ..  10 ,,
do Salt Spring Island. 10 u
do Poplar    10 ti
do Chilliwhack 10 n
do Ymir .        10 11
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do Galiano 10 11
do Mayne 10 ,1
do Nelson      10 M
do Olalla   10 ,1
do 11         10 n
do Howser 10 ,1
do Creston     10 „
do Bella Coola 10 ,,
do Ainsworth .. , 10 n
do Lowe Inlet 10 u
do Tobacco Plains 10 11
do Slocan 10 11
do Kitimaat    15 M
do marriage licences, Victoria 10 n
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do .1                  Chilliwhack 10 M
do 11                Columbia 10 u
do 1-                  Trail  10 „
do 11                  Rossland 10 M
do 11                Ladner 10 11
do .,                  Alert Bay 10 „
do 11                  Hatzic and Mission City 10 ,1
do 11                  Kaslo  . ....10 ,,
do 11                  150-Mile House 10 „
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1,859 65
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6,698 12 B 114
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904
H Brooke..   	
A Lucas	
S H Hoskins	
A S Carter	
D Robson	
T H Mackay	
E C Simmons	
J McMillan	
A C Nelson	
H Hunter	
H S Rose	
J ANesbitt	
R A Bruce	
T W Bingay	
Rossland Kootenay MgCo
Le Roi No 2 Mine ....
Le Roi Mining Co....
War Eagle & Centre Star
Mines   	
F K Ffolliott	
Yale Columbia Lmbr Co
Granby Cons M S & P Co
Kettle River Lumber Co.
F Keffer	
M Gintzburger	
G F Ransom    ...
W McL Curran	
A J Hearn 	
G Ellis	
B C Electric Railway
McNab Lumber Co...
Columbia R Lumber Co.
Robertson & McKenzie
Lumber Co	
M K Rodgers	
Revelstoke Lumber Co..
Harbour Lumber Co
B Jayne	
B C Canning Co	
R W Hawthorne	
Buskin Shingle Mill Co..
WG Scott	
Leask & Slater 	
E Kootenay Lumber Co .
D Douglas	
T Coughlan	
Wadham's Cannery ....
Crow's Nest Pass Lum
ber Co	
B C Packers' Association
American Boy Mine..
Lucky Boy Mine   ....
Silver Cup Mine	
GBMine	
V V & E Railway ....
B C Mills T&T Co...
J W Nelson 	
Fraser River Bridge..
Alberni Packing Co ..
Albion Cannery	
Slocan Star Mine ....
Idaho Mine	
J Cameron	
Lenora & Mt Sicker Mine
M Mends	
T Kirkpatrick	
J W Fairhall	
B C Copper Co	
W McQueen	
G Wolfenden	
J Anderson	
Brunette Saw-Mill Co ...
Gilley Bros	
Brought forward
XL-REVENUE 8KR\ICE$.-Continued.
Vote No. 110.- Commission, Courts of Appeal, Travelling
Expenses and 3Iiscellaneous.—Continued.
(Commission.)—Continued.
(Paid) com. on revenue tax collections from employees, Vancouver ... 5 per cent
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XL—EEVENUE SKKyWW.-Continued.
Vote No. 110.—Commission, Courts of Appeal, Travelling
Expenses and 31iscellaneous.—Continued.
H G Bell	
Hastings Shingle Mill Co
Snowshoe G & CprMine.
T C Neill	
Cloverdale Milling Co ...
J Daley	
C B Hume & Co	
White Bear Mine	
China Creek Lumber Co.
J C Shields	
H Whitaker	
South Vancouver Lmbr
MfgCo	
Porto Reco Lumber Co.
Last Chance Mine	
WCEKoch	
Grant & Kerr	
Can Pac Lumber Co....
Vancouver Power Co...
N Pacific Lumber Co .
Can Timber &   Lumber
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A Y Anderson   	
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N&FSRyCo	
Breckenridge & Lund ...
LGHill	
Ottertail Lumber Co ....
W Hunter   	
D J Brown	
A L McHugh	
Calumet & B C GldMg Co
Wakefield Mine	
Upper Col Transfer Co..
J Henderson	
Laborers' Co-operative G
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S R Connor	
Standard Lumber Co ..
D J Hadden	
Oriental Trading Co. .
St Eugene Cons M Co...
C Carlson	
North Star Lumber Co..
FPovah	
C P R Co	
Sundry Persons	
T H Mackay	
H C Major	
J A McMartin	
J S Rankin	
FM McLeod   	
( Commission ). —Concluded.
Commission on revenue tax collections from employees
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Judge, Court of
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(Courts of Appeal.)
Appeal, Vancouver Island... .expenses, $105.35;
Princeton, Kamloops, n 130.75;
Revelstoke	
New Westminster.
Kaslo expenses, $14.10;
Kettle River and Vernon,   ,,       101.28;
Rossland, n 23.65;
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Ashcroft, „ 8.20;
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XL-REVENUE SERVICES.-Continued.
Vote No. 105.—Commission, Courts of Appeal, Travelling
Expenses and Miscellaneous. —Continued.
(Courts of Appeal).—Concluded.
Expenses attending' Court of Appeal, Vernon
Services as witness, n Galiano
Transcribing evidence,       m Nelson
Stenographer, n Kaslo .
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(Miscellaneous.)
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Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
B 117
E A Haggen	
F McCarty 	
A Johnson    	
W B Townsend	
E Jacobs 	
H B Cannon	
J Lyons	
J Wardle	
J Turner	
R L Cawrston	
A Megraw	
E Bullock-Webster	
J Lawrence	
J Jane 	
J Teit    	
S Brewer	
WSSanto	
A S Green	
J Lake	
.ID McBride	
WHWhimster	
E Hill	
W Shaw	
A Doyle	
G Jessup	
H Gardener	
H Magurie	
J Turnbull	
J Carthew    	
C H Tarbell	
TH Motley	
FPCook	
W A Johnston	
F J Tregillus	
J Innes	
H Kearns	
J Dewar	
GBBatho	
WH Rowling	
J Brethour	
W Grimmer.	
CWCrandell	
J Sinclair	
J Shopland	
E John	
W F Loveland	
J S Mercer	
J Ball	
J C Robertson	
W H Gammon	
W H Brandon	
W H Davidson	
W F Lawson	
J Williams	
J B Cade	
W J Harris	
G Alderson	
RPWallis	
D A McMillan	
T F Haggart    ..
J Adams	
J Noreross	
D McPherson	
D Alexander	
J Muir	
JOrr	
T Kirkpatrick	
TAHuff	
Cumberland News	
Fort Steele Prospector ..
Vancouver News Advrtsr
Rossland World	
Nelson Tribune	
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Xl.-BEVENUE 8T£RVWm.-Continued.
Vote No. 110.—Commission, Courts of Appeal, Travelling
Expenses and Miscellaneous.—Continued.
(Miscellaneous.)—Continued.
Services as Licence Commissioner       2days@$5; expenses, $5.95
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. 4
. 3
. 1
. 1
. 1
. 3
.18
. 6
. 4
. 4
.  4
4
. 2
. 1
. 1
. 3
. 4
. 5
. 6
. 3
.  2
2
. 2
.  2
11.2;
4.65
18.75
3.9i
1.75
2.20
2.20
2.20
10.50
66.00
21.75
6.40
4.00
4.40
4.00
5.95
9.70
2.
2.70
16.60
5.00
5.00
2.60
2.50
4.00
6
41
6.30
6.30
2
5
2
1
2
1
3
4
2
2
1.45
2.90
1.30
1
2
1.50
1
8
8
Carried forward.
208 70
20,217 58
15 95
36 25
19 65
43 75
23 95
16 75
7 20
7 20
7 20
25 60
156 00
51 75
26 40
24 00
24 40
24 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
20 95
29 70
27 85
32 70
31 60
10 00
10 00
15 00
15 00
12 50
7 50
14 00
26 00
81 00
6 00
5 00
51 30
51 30
16 00
26 00
28 00
17 00
10 00
12 00
6 00
12 00
6 00
13 00
19 00
12 00
12 00
6 45
12 90
6 30
6 00
7 00
6 50
6 00
18 00
18 00
5 00
5 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
26 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
185 00
61 50
230 25
244 50
93 76
2,357 20
20,217 58 B 118
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   ets.
Vernon News	
Golden Star.	
Nanaimo Free Press..
Colonist P & P Co....
Slocan Drill	
Ladysmith Recorder .
Lillooet Prospector...
Similkameen Star....
Ashcroft Journal	
Revelstoke Herald ...
Atlin Claim	
C E Oliver	
United Service Lodge No
24, A F & A M	
I Gould	
F Bailey	
C FBeaven	
T Roberts	
J A McMartin	
Capt Cooper       	
E F G Richards	
J Murray	
A J Hill	
T Downs	
F M Becher  	
WSDick	
W Feeny	
J Werner	
J E Hooson	
L J Davidson	
F Norris & Sons	
A E Lees & Co	
W L Fagan	
H Brooke	
T H Mackay	
J R Martin	
M Urquhart	
W T Dawley	
Hinton Electric Co, Ltd.
JH Warner & Co	
A Sheret	
A & W Wilson	
C M Cookson ,
Clarke & Pearson	
HCooley	
J P Burgess	
W J Anderson	
J Colbert	
Carse & Metcalf	
P McQuade & Son	
R Lettice 	
Hickman, Tye Hdw Co..
E G Prior & Co, Ltd   ...
Muirhead & Mann	
Cope & Frey	
S Hallander	
Leek & Co	
McLennan Bros	
MS Rose	
Brought fonoard	
XL-REVENUE SERVICES .—Concluded.
Vote No. 110.—Commission, Courts of Appeal, Travelling
Expenses and Miscellaneous.—Concluded.
( Miscellaneotis.)—Concluded.
Advertising tax sales	
do       	
do       	
do        	
do       	
do       	
do       	
do       	
do       	
do       	
Printing notices, re royalty on timber	
Rent of hall for holding sale Government lots,
do Licence Commissioners,
do Court of Revision,
Services assisting at sale Government lots,
do       conducting tax sale,
preparing list of water craft,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Hedley   	
Esquimalt..
Ladysmith .
Hedley  ....
Victoria 	
appraising steamers,
in Assessor's Office,
assisting locating improved property,
supplying tracings,
cruising Kaslo and Slocan Railway lands,
assisting Assessor,
in charge of lumber mill,
witnesses in appeals, Nelson & Fort Sheppard R'y.,
New Westminster.
Vancouver 	
Port Moody	
New Westminster
Chilcotin
Eburne.  .
Nelson ...
Allowance for overtime as Assessor,
Leather case for Collector,
Travelling bag for     M
do
Paid for typewriting lists, stationery, blue prints, etc.,
do it ii
do h
do
Rent of typewriter,
Stationery, etc., Clayoquot	
Rossland	
New Westminster
Atlin	
Vancouver 	
New Westminster
Vancouver 	
XII.-PUBLIC WOEKS.
Works and Buildings.
Vote No. 111.—Repairs to Government JBuildings throughout
tile Province.
Installing electric bells, etc.,
Plumbing,
do
do
Repairs to radiator,
do        roof,
Sundry repairs,
do
do
do
do
Kalsomine,
Glazing, etc.,
Hardware,
do
Government Buildings, Victoria.
Lumber.
RepaL
do
do
do
do
irs to lights, etc.,
pipes, etc.,
radiators,
doors,
pipes, etc.,
Vancouver .
Carried forward
2,357 20
62 70
29 85
149 25
402 70
237 75
46 50
2e 25
10 00
37 50
135 00
2 50
5 00
11 00
5 00
3 00
40 00
15 00
10 00
10 00
69 90
3 00
7 50
49 00
71 00
5 25
71 00
2 00
13 00
3 00
8 00
12 50
13 90
3 20
1 00
1 50
6 00
83
103 30
123 40
17 30
12 00
26 75
3 75
48 80
48 00
7 88
14 40
8 25
9 35
59 55
67 50
90 90
205 66
73 20
35 40
9 60
2 20
4 80
971
3,937 78
24,155 36 4 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
B 119
GWGaskill&Co. ..
Letson & Burpee ....
McLennan, McFeely & Co
Wm. Robertson	
BO Mills T&T Co...
W E Vanstone	
R Wintemute	
T J Trapp&Co	
David Robson	
Geo Hargreaves 	
Royal City Planing Mills
J H Bailey	
A H Mace	
A McGregor	
Wm Hargreaves	
J M Benzie	
Johnson & Co	
A J Grant	
H Seydel	
W R Megaw	
W Ryswick	
HGMuller	
Vernon Hardware Co ...
Alex Meiss	
J L B McLain	
A Coutts	
John Bibby	
A H Beedy	
Harvey, Bailey & Co	
C Holten	
J F Pease Furnace Co...
W E McLauchlin	
W M Lawrence	
Moscrop Bros	
R Sampson	
Rossland W&L Co.  ..
J A Smith	
Leek & Co	
Hugh McLeod    ...
Hebden & Hebden	
J Hepburn	
J H Ashdown Hdw Co..
F J Bradley	
Stephen Woods.   	
AW Edge	
Byers, Giegerich, Green
&Co	
Wm Nilson	
Jas Henderson	
W L Houston	
J Van Every	
A Neidig	
J D McBride	
S J Jensens	
A McLean    ...
F McFadden 	
R J Warren	
B EDrewfe Co	
Fred B Holmes	
E W Bishop   	
SM Johnson, PLS.   ...
S Grierson	
M McKenzie	
Russell Law Caulfield Co
J Wardle	
D J Creighton	
Chas lndiers	
Thos Andrews	
A Young	
Wm Kerr	
EGArd	
J W Pearson	
J A Robertson 	
Brought forward	
XII.-PUBLIC WOUKS.-Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No. 111.—Repairs to Government JBuildings througJiout the
Province.—Continued.
Painting, etc.,
Window fasteners,
Yale night latch,
Carpenter work,
Lumber,
Repairs to boiler, etc.,
do        doors, etc.,
do        sash, etc.,
Pd. do        locks,
Varnishing,
Glass,
Plumbing, etc.,
Kalsomining,
Sundry repairs,
do
do
Cement, lime, etc.,
Painting (per contract),
Repairs to fence, etc.,
Paint, oil, etc.,
Whitewashing,
Empty barrel,
Zinc,
Stove-pipe, etc.,
Shovelling snow (per contract),
Repairs to roof,
do       pipes,
Lumber and glass,
Padlock,
Shelving, etc.,
Grates, etc.,
Paid freight on grates, etc.,
Repairs to roof,
Plumbing,
Dray age,
Installing lights, etc.,
Repairs to roof,
Furnace grates,
Freight on grates,
Sundry repairs,
do
Hardware, etc.,
Glazing,
Repairs to chimney,
do        chairs,
Paint, oil, etc.,
Repairs to floors,
Installing ventilator, etc.,
Repairs to pump, etc.,
Nails, etc.,
Fitting awnings,
Government Buildings, Vancouver..
Sundry repairs,
Building witness box,
Kalsomining,
Sundry repairs,
Hinges, etc.,
Moving furniture, etc.,
Sundry repairs,
Professional services,
Painting,
Repairs to retaining wall,
Nails, etc.,
Hinges, screws, etc.,
Rope, etc.,
Plumbing,
Repairs to gate, etc.,
do       fences, etc.,
do      vault, etc.,
do
do      steps,
Plumbing,
New Westm'r
Nanaimo.
Kamloops .
Vernon.
it Harper's Camp
ii Barkerville.
ii ii        ....
ti ii        ....
ii ii        ....
ii Ashcroft —
ti Revelstoke .
ii n        ....
ii ii        ....
ii ii        	
ti ii ...,
ii ii        ....
ii Rossland	
ii ii        ....
ii n        ....
II M ....
ii Nelson	
ii ii        ....
ii it       ....
ti ii        .....
ii Trout Lake,
it ii        ..   .
n Kaslo	
it Grand Forks
ii Golden .   ...
ii ii        ....
ii it        ....
ii Fort Steele .
it it        ....
n ii
n Fernie .  ...
ii ti
it Camborne...
n ii        ....
11 Greenwood.
ii ii        ..   .
ii n        	
ii ii        ....
ii it        ....
it ii        ....
it Yale	
ii ii        ....
ii ii
n ti
ii ii        ....
ii Clinton	
ii ii
ii ti        	
Carried forward	
|   971 89
18 00
11 50
4 90
2 92
55
213 06
21 80
2 65
50
2 00
1 55
22 92
8 85
182 95
10 25
4 60
53 20
135 00
58 75
19 82
1 25
1 50
2 75
1 60
25 00
10 00
4 00
8 80
50
41 50
19 65
7 80
6 95
3 50
1 00
24 95
12 90
24 10
1 95
112 75
59 45
48 80
1 75
5 50
1 35
50 40
10 00
15 40
6 50
1 70
1 00
3 40
8 50
2 00
12 00
3 00
40
34 60
25 50
9 00
3 00
3 00
2 95
1 85
2 05
2 00
6 25
26 00
11 25
5 00
9 00
3 75
2,436 36 B 120
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
McDonald & McGillivray
T P Harris	
A E Howse Co, Ltd	
D M French	
Thos Edwards	
W J McKay	
T A Blair	
John McRae	
Georgetown Sawmill	
S J Weitzman	
Wm Hume	
Northern Lumber Co ...
Dixon & Shulz 	
WHTOIive	
NFWRant	
Nichol & McLeod	
J T Regan	
OFCouley	
Geo Thomson	
Thos Kirkland	
WmS Taylor	
Atlin Trading Co	
J B Kershaw	
R S McLeod	
J H Richardson	
F W Markis	
Saml Wade	
J K Shirley	
Hugh S Rose	
Mary Favelle	
Jos Graham	
D McDougall & Co	
A Piper	
J A Shubert    	
G A Bemis	
TGTwamley	
New Fairview Corp....
A J Grant..
A P Morris .
Taylor & Co
Hinton Electric Co	
Schaake Machine Works,
Gilley Bros	
Brunette Saw-Mill Co...
Cunningham Hardw'e Co
Hardman & Bryson...
T JTrapp&Co	
Jas Gibbons	
C J Jones & Co .
Hoy & Rae	
P Peebles	
The Fairbanks Co	
W E Vanstone	
R F Anderson & Co. .
HT Kirk	
Royal City Planing Mills
W S Collister	
G Cunningham & Son...
WRHolden	
Gombert Manufact'ng Co
Supt Hospital for Insane
Henry Hoy	
XII.-PUBLIC ytOKKS.-Continued.
2,436 36
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No. 111.—Repairs to Government Ruildings throughout
the Province.—Concluded.
Paint, oil, etc.,                                                 Government Buildings, Clinton	
173 53
Painting (per contract),                                                      >i                         n       	
227 00
Labour and material, re new roof,.                                  n                    Nicola	
100 00
Repairs to pipes,                                                                  u                         ,r       	
1 00
Mortice lock,                                                                        11                    Cumberland ..
1 50
Repairing chimney,                                                             n                    Duncan	
10 17
Shovelling snow (per contract),                                         n                    Isl'd Mountain
37 50
New roof (per contract),                                                     n                   Quesnelle Frks
195 00
Pickets,                                                                          •      n                    Port Simpson.
4 00
27 34
4 81
Customs duty on lumber,                                                  ■■                         «       	
Lumber,                                                                                n                    Atlin	
593 47
Hauling lumber.                                                                  n                         n       	
36 00
Carpenter (324 hours @ 75c, S243), cement, §2.25,         ..                         ,,        	
245 25
do       (306       n       75c),                                            ,,                         	
183 60
Sundry repairs, etc.,                                                           n                         n       	
222 26
Hardware, etc.,                                                                    m                         n       	
107 92
do                                                                                    i.                         „       	
25 00
do                                                                             i.                       	
1 25
Brick, lime, etc.,                                                                  m                         n        	
66 42
Wallpaper,                                                                           n                         M       	
49 90
House lining,                                                                        ii                         n       	
10 75
Installing hot air pipes, etc.,                                             n                         M        	
34 86
Making table, etc.,                                                              n                         m       	
9 60
Window blinds,                                                                          n                           n        	
8 00
Repairs to locks, etc.,                                                         n                         u       	
5 60
Glazing,                                                                                       i<                           h        	
1 00
Water,                                                                                          it                           n        	
1 00
Cleaning, etc. (paid),                                                          n                    Kelowna	
1 00
do                                                                                   ii                         ii       	
1 00
Repairs to fence,                                                                  ii                   Fairview	
6 50
Freight,                                                                                m                         n         	
7 40
Carpenter (3| days (Si 83-50),                                              m                         M       	
12 26
Nails, etc.,                                                                            m                         h        	
13 25
Labour and material re shed,                                                M                           „        	
29 60
Plumbing, etc.,                                                                    »                         n       	
31 39
Lumber,                                                                                ii                         n       	
38 10
4,960 57
Vote No. 112.—Provincial Home, Kamloops.
605 00
438 50
39 30
	
1,082 80
Vote No. 113.—Hospital for the Insane (Construction, Repairs, &c.)
3,810 12
465 40
230 39
1,088 35
621 22
460 62
do             	
do             	
203 56
265 89
413 75
590 45
500 00
Clerk of the Works (100 days @ S5)	
94 61
21 93
2 20
1 50
6 66
2 00
37 20
192 00
84 57
151 69
9,268 42
15,311 79 4 Ed. 7       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
B 121
TO  WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
x 9   ets.
9  ets.
15,311 79
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS —Continued.
574 10
310 75
253 50
390 25
136 25
131 47
30 00
91 82
38 05
12 50
24 65
22 41
12 50
8 50
1 25
2 00
2 50
19 65
4 95
1 50
1 00
15 34
52 24
17 25
10 08
49 00
46 50
10 50
54 20
103 95
8 20
7 00
5 50
7 55
2 50
1 45
1 00
175 00
60 00
16 75
38 00
27 25
15 00
8 00
8 00
3 00
2 26
1 00
1 46
9 30
16 65
3 00
1 55
20 40
55 26
81 50
95 00
8 10
1 85
75
1 20
5 10
2 65
20 00
58 00
59 60
3 00
9 00
8 00
35 50
21 25
25 10
55 00
Weiler Eros	
B C Furniture Co	
TNHibben& Co	
Hinton Electric Co, Ltd.
Pope Stationery Co	
F M Eattenbury	
C E Redfern	
M W Waitt&Co	
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No.   114.—Eurniture for Government Offices throughout the
Province.
do                                                                                        it                  	
do                                                                                  ii          	
Joseph Sommer	
Hickman, Tye Hdw Co..
J B McKilligan..
Victoria Book & Stny Co,
JWMellor&Co 	
R Lettice	
DMills '	
Storey & Campbell	
G W Kennedy	
Mackenzie Urquhart	
do                                                                                     ii          	
Thomson Stationery Co.
Shelton & Co	
McLennan, McFeely& Co
B C Mills T & T Co
Office Specialty Co 	
Thomson Stationery Co.
Cabinets,                                                                                  New Westminster	
Royal City Planing Mills
R Wintemute 	
G Cunningham & Son...
Hardman & Bryson	
G 0 Madigan	
E T W Pearse	
WR McGaw	
Vernon Hardware Co...
A R Carrington	
WBBailey &Co	
Cariboo Trading Co	
B C Book Co	
Typewriter,                                                                        Clinton        	
3,414 31
15,311 79 B 122
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
Hudson's Bay Co ....
D G Stewart	
McLennan, McFeely & Co
J H Richdale	
Hinton Electric Co, Ltd
BC Power & MfgCo...
J B Kershaw	
Atlin Trading Co	
Stables & Lumsden	
J Eggert & Son	
J C Durie	
J T Regin	
S J Weitzman	
F F Clark	
Dement & Gearheart...
J Somerbj'	
J G Benson    .....
A G Leeson.	
Weiler Bros	
Rossland W & L Co	
T G Challoner	
C B Hume & Co	
W M Lawrence	
Chas Holten	
McLachlan Bros	
DMcArthur&Co	
HByers&Co	
Hudson's Bay Co.	
J H Ashdown Hdw Co.
Russell,Law, CaulfieldCo
W B Fleming........
Bannerman & Lewis .
T M Gilley & Co	
J Riddell	
A McCallum	
D E Martin	
D McArthur & Co....
W C Forrester	
CHTarbell	
H P Christie  ...[Co
Byers, Giegerich, Green
London & Liverpool Co.
A McLean	
S J Jensenices	
R A Fraser	
John Wirth	
J Tannhauser	
Carlin & Durick	
Golden & E K Trading Co
Peterboro Trading Co...
Wm Alexander	
Chas A Warren	
A C Hancock	
Peterboro Trading Co
J H Gilpin	
Thos Forrest	
R H Parker	
Perry & Fitzgerald...
BE Drew& Co	
A M Craig 	
Chas Bullard	
R Howson	
Crow's Nest Pass Ry.
Hugh Hunter	
French & Day	
J P Burgess	
H W Raymer	
Jas Thompson	
Wm Dodd	
A H JMartley	
Jas Glarke 	
Weiler Bros.	
Simon Leiser & Co ..
Brought forward..
XII.-PUBLIC WOUKS.-Contimied.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No. 114.—Furniture for Government Offices throughout the\
Province.—Continued.
Broom,
Chairs,
Heater, pipes, etc.,
Office desk,
Typewriter,
Installing lights, etc.,
Heater, pipes, etc.,
Brooms, etc.,
do
Repairs to typewriter,
Brackets,
Lamp chimnej^s,
Soap, etc.,
Spring bed,
Heater, etc.,
Freig'ht on heater, etc.,
do i,
Duty on n
Curtains,
Repairs to bells, etc.,
do typewriter,
Lamp chimneys,
Lamps, etc.,
Pigeonholes, etc.,
Heater, etc.,
Matting', etc.,
Hardware,
Mats,
Stove pipe,
Lamp shade,
Express on furniture,
Moving safes (per contract),
Sundry furniture,
Shelving, etc.,
Broom,
Desk,
Chairs,
Freight on chairs,
Nails, etc.,
Paint, etc.,
Sundry furniture,
do
Shelving, etc.,
Ladder, etc.,
Pigeon holes,
Repairing awning, etc.,
do       typewriter,
Lamp burners,
Towels, etc.,
Cuspidors, etc.,
Clock,
Chairs, etc.,
Pigeon holes, etc.,
Linoleum,
Chairs,
Varnishing,
Lumber,
do
Broom,
Counter top,
Making counter top,
Window shades,
Hinges, etc.,
Paid for repairs to clock,
Setting up stoves,
Pigeon holes, etc.,
Stove pipe, etc.,
Chairs, etc.,
Paid for awning cloth, etc.,
Freight,
Repairs to clock,
Sundry furniture,
Stove,
Telegraph Creek
Discovery 	
Port Simpson ..
Atlin '.'.'..'.'.
ii             ....
ii 	
Wells '.'.'.'.'.'.
ii 	
ti 	
Rossland 	
Revelstoke	
Nelson      	
Greenwood	
ii 	
Kaslo 	
ti 	
M 	
Ymir 	
Cumberland	
Slocan       	
Poplar Creek ...
Fernie       	
Fort Steele'.'.'.'.'.
Golden      	
Wilmer     	
Cranbrook	
ii 	
Camborne	
Michel       	
Princeton   	
Penticton	
Chilliwack	
Kelowna   	
Alberni     	
Yale 	
Lillooet     	
Ladysmith	
Carried forward	
3,414 31
56
5 00
15 40
25 00
127 50
33 00
42 00
7 50
2 00
2 00
1 00
60
2 35
3 00
21 50
75
2 94
6 00
40 00
12 50
1 00
35
4 30
45 00
11 80
20 84
5 90
2 50
90
75
2 00
115 00
622 74
17 65
50
14 00
9 45
65
1 05
3 13
48 90
34 65
10 00
10 00
1 50
2 50
1 60
75
6 60
7 08
13 30
35 45
62 00
15 45
16 00
22 00
2 25
1 00
50
1 25
3 50
8 50
35
2 00
. 8 50
42 00
9 25
8 17
13 80
9 24
2 00
67 90
2 75
—	
15,311 79
5,115 06 15,311 79 4 Ed. 7       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
B 123
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   ets.
J McLennan	
E Ralston ..   ..   	
Remington Typewrit'rCo
J H Turner 	
M Parsons	
J Crawford	
Wm Erskine	
Louis Sharp	
Wm Payne	
H G Hambleton	
Victoria City Corporation
Wm Bownass	
E G Prior & Co, Ltd..
Thos Harmon	
J Williamson	
Jay & Go	
C Bazett	
Julius West	
Johns Bros	
Victoria Chemical Co.
Gilley Bros	
W E Vanstone	
R Wenborn 	
A 0 Wilson	
H Seydel	
SC Smith	
Webster Bros   .
S A Muir	
Frank Cochrane	
W Furniss	
J Dawson	
GC Tunstall	
E G Prior & Co, Ltd.   .
T H Leeming	
Indian Sam	
ii     Major	
C B Hume & Co	
C Turnross	
J Nelson	
W Fleming	
R Barrie	
Wm Sweet	
Kootenay Engr Works
E Morrison	
M McKenzie	
Smith Bros	
Chas Olsen	
H G Parson	
W T Woodean	
G Bullman	
HPlester	
C Burchell	
R Drake	
S Maclure	
F M Rattenbury	
Weiler Bros & D Spencer
Staynes & Wolfe	
Brought forward	
XII.-PUBLIC VfOUKS.-Continued.
Works and Buildings.- Continued.
Vote No. I14.—Eurniture for Government   Offices throughout  the
Province.—Concluded.
Moving furniture,
Heater, etc.,
Typewriter,
Paid for sundry furniture,
Ladysmith
Agent-General's Office, London
Vote No.   115.—Improvement of Government   Grounds,   Victoria
Gardener        12 months @ $75
Labourer  21l£ days @        2
do      98J ii 2
do      65 ,, 2
do      53 ii 2
do     35 it 2
Portion of cost, paving Bastion and Langley Sts., $691.20; Birdcage Walk, $250 ..
Lawn sprinklers, hose, etc 	
Wire brooms, oil, etc	
Repairs to flag-pole	
Clematis	
Clover seed ,	
Weed killer ,	
Fertiliser	
do       	
do       	
Vote No. 110.
-Improvement of Government Reserves
(Various Districts).
Drain tiles,
Couplings, etc.,
Repairs to mower,
Labour,
Mowing lawn, 15£ days @ $2.50; repairs to fence, $35,
Lumber,
Rose bushes, etc.,
Sulphur, etc.,
Plants,
Spraying trees,
do
Seeds (paid),
Oil, etc.,
Garden hose, etc.,
Repairs to fence,
do
Fork,
Fertilizer,
do
do
Block plan, levels, etc.,
Watching grounds,
Repairs to mower,
do
Labour, 2 days @ $3,
do       and material, grading grounds,
do       1& days @ $3,
Fence netting,
Labour fighting fire, 49 days @ $2.75,
do 47       n       2.25,
do 46       ii       2.25,
do 331     ii       2.25,
New Westminster
Nanaimo   	
Vernon     	
ii 	
Kamloops	
Nicola        	
Revelstoke	
it 	
Nelson       	
GreenwTood	
ii 	
Trout Lake	
Golden      	
Central Park
Vote No. 117.—Government House, Victoria.
Balance of contract re construction	
Architect's services	
do 	
Balance of contract for furniture	
Electric fittings, lamp shades, etc	
Carried forward
6 50
11 95
103 55
139 76
900 00
423 00
197 00
130 00
106 00
70 00
941 20
98 55
13 50
15 50
10 00
1 00
3 30
14 00
35 00
41 25
24 00
2 15
2 50
2 50
73 75
25 59
11 00
3 75
4 00
5 00
9 70
4 97
7 00
18 45
1 75
85
1 00
7 00
12 50
20 00
5 00
3 CtO
3 00
7v
6 00
186 90
4 50
2 25
134 75
105 75
103 50
75 37
10,413 37
1,949 46
770 6C
2,261 26
3,015 96
18,410 65
15,311 79
5,376 82
2,999 30
24,556 14 B 124
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   ets.
$    ets.
B C Furniture Co	
Muirhead & Mann	
R Lettice	
A Sheret	
J G Phillips	
J W Mellor & Co	
Hinton Electric Co, Ltd.
J H Warner & Co	
H Bloomfield & Son	
W J Anderson	
J P Burgess	
HT Knott	
C M Cookson	
J T Braden	
J Coughlan	
C S Baxter	
Geo Jeeves	
C Hancock	
Geo Gawley	
Victoria Glass Works	
A & W Wilson	
Thos Hooper	
WTDalton	
A M Muir	
A M Jones ,	
Miss Taylor	
Miss Fawcett 	
Geo Jeeves 	
J S Pearse	
Geo D Curtis	
Smith Bros	
T A Wright	
J P Armstrong	
Alice Armstrong	
The Hunter-Kendrick Co
E W Bishop	
Chas Keeler	
Chas Keeler	
City of Vancouver	
Justinian Pelly	
Vancouver Hardware Co
J Windebank 	
Chas Keeler	
Jas Main & Co	
Champion & White .    ..
Boyd, Burns & Co	
H Smedley	
S A Cawley	
C Gardiner Johnson Co
R G Ballam	
Fleming Bros	
F. M. Rattenbury.
Hilda Engelhardt.
Brought forward	
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS -Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No. 117.—Government Hotise, Victoria.— Concluded..
Sundry furniture	
Lumber	
Painting   	
Plumbing	
Masonry work	
Decorating ball-room, etc	
Installing lights, etc	
do       heating plant	
Stained glass windows, etc	
Building fireplace, chimney, etc .
Painting, etc	
Septic tank (per contract)	
Plumbing	
do       	
Soil, 45 yards @ $1.75	
Duty on electric fittings	
Tools.
Clerk of the works  40 davs @ $4
Labour  49£   '  ..       2.25
do           49£       .1        2.25
Glass	
Ammonia	
Services as arbitrator     	
do 	
do 	
Stenographer re Board of Arbitration	
Typewriter n 	
do ii 	
Witness fees 11 	
do ii 	
Vote No. 118.—Court House, Greenwood.
Architect's services	
Labour and material re contract (extras) .
Building retaining wall (per contract)
Furniture	
do      	
Carpet .
Labour and material re contract (extras)	
Gardener (July and August, 1903) .*     262 hours @ 26c.
Vote No. 119.—Court House, Vancouver.
Gardener, 1st October, 1903, to 30th June, 1904 1,010 hours @ 26c
Part cost of cement sidewalks (east and west Court House Block)	
Purchase price Lots 142, 30 and 31	
Cotton hose, etc	
Fertilizer	
Grass seeds	
Rubber hose, etc	
Sand  	
Hoze nozzle	
Vote No. 120.—Court House, Chilliwhack (Vault, &c).
Labour and material re contract	
Painting (per contract)   	
Vault doors	
Hauling doors	
Blue prints	
Vote No. 121.—Court House, Nelson (Construction).
Architect's services .
Typewriting 	
Carried, forward.
18,410 65
1,184 13
5,761 53
1,219 10
1,104 00
1,000 00
3,437 71
987 75
100 00
801 25
250 75
219 99
140 00
80 64
10 40
78 75
46 25
27 50
160 00
111 37
111 37
15 60
1 75
901 00
998 2C
855 00
388 00
55 00
12 00
50 00
4 00
335 48
644 00
253 55
381 50
40 00
125 10
50 50
67 75
262 65
624
38
260 00
17
85
15
00
12
00
7
75
75
40
668 00
250 00
153 00
2 00
1 50
1,050 00
12 00
24,556 14
1,190 78
1,074 50
1,062 00
i,304 99 4 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
B 125
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  ets.
Wm Roxburgh	
B C Canning Co	
F WNolte&Co	
Victoria Transfer Co
Pay Lists 	
Wood, Vallance & Leggat
Cariboo Trading Co	
John McRae	
S Smith, Superintendent
B C Express Co	
ST Hall	
O Landry	
Con Cariboo Hyd Min Co
Wm Parker	
E J Patenaude	
Mrs F Rogers	
Eagle & Hamilton	
Pay lists	
LeRoy Ledgerwood	
Wm Miller	
J P Babcock, Supt	
J Dunlop	
HC Parker	
Seton Lake Steamboat..
Jas B Uren	
E G Prior & Co,	
Duguid & Sanson	
Paul Santini	
Pacific Coast Pipe Co ...
McClary Manuf act'ng Co.
Binner Engraving Co	
A Wallace	
J Marshall	
J H Anthony	
M R Eagleson	
C .A Phair	
David Spencer	
McLennan, McFeely & Co
J Rebagliati	
Dominion Paint Co	
Geo Brown	
F W Nolte & Co	
Campbell Bros	
Vernon Hardware Co ...
W R Megaw	
T E Crowell	
J E Ross	
Vernon City Council...
F B Jacques     ....
Smith Bros	
Vernon Saw & Planing M
H J McMullin	
Pay lists	
C PShindler.
Brought forward...
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS -Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No. 122.—Fish Hatchery, Rivers Inlet (Construction).
Field assistant  10 months 11 days @ $75
Paid travelling expenses, supplies, etc	
Lumber, tools, etc	
Thermometer	
Cartage	
Vote No. 123.—Fish ladder, Quesnel LaTce Dam (Construction)
Labour 	
Hardware, tools, etc	
do 	
do 	
Paid sundry travelling expenses	
Repairs to range	
Telegrams, etc	
do 	
Meals to men and Superintendent	
do ii	
do ,, 	
do ii 	
do n   	
Vote No. 124.   Fish Hatchery, Seton Lalze.
Sundry labour           	
Fish culturist  11 months @ $125
Assistant  12 u 75
Allowance for living expenses, 59 days @ $2, $118; paid fares, freight, etc., $123.40
Hardware, tools, etc	
do 	
Hire of steamboat   	
Blacksmithing    	
Waggon and harness	
Lumber    	
Hay, oats, etc	
Wooden pipe	
Range, etc	
Half tones	
Skiff and oars	
Brick    	
Freight	
Hauling goods 	
Powder, etc	
Cloth for trough covers	
Gasoline, turps, etc	
Horse 	
Brushes	
Plumbers' supplies	
Thermometers	
Vote No. 125.—Gaol, Vernon (Furniture, &c).
Sundry furniture 	
Hardware, etc     	
Paint, oil, etc	
Labour and material      	
Safety lamp, etc	
Installing lights	
Clocks "   	
Waste baskets	
Lumber	
Shelving, etc	
Vote No. 126.—Industrial School and Boys* Home, Vancouver.
Sundry labour  	
Labour and material re contract.
Carried forward.
776 60
146 21
178 90
5 00
1 00
1,924 73
208 8S
142 70
140 15
21 0C
15 00
13 80
6 85
3 50
8 60
14 00
17 50
18 00
1,823 01
1,375 00
900 00
241 40
739 36
23 86
96 25
73 95
124 50
1,988 04
347 02
428 00
67 85
65 52
52 40
20 00
24 90
30 00
64 08
38 90
66 45
70 00
6 35
6 45
2 40
1,115 79
365 50
310 24
28 20
20 95
63 00
18 00
2 15
1 99
20 00
2,114 25
8,287 50
10,401 75
68,304 99
1,107 71
2,534 56
8,681 69
1,945 82
82,574 77 B 126
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
TE Julian	
Jay P Davis	
J A Pelkey	
J M Paul	
Disette&Fox	
Canada Pipe Co	
Wood, Vallance & Leggat
Fife & Hunter	
Robertson & Hackett....
MrsR J Pelkey	
F Darling	
Gardiner Johnson Co...
Pellew, Harvey, Bryant &
Lewis & Sills  [Co
E Fen wick Smith....
W Moggey	
D Smith	
M Johansen 	
Shawnigan Lake Lbr Co
R Lettice	
J H Hunter.	
Royal City Planing Mills
J M Benzie	
Shotton & McClughan...
J Hepburn	
Porto Rico Lumber Co..
Kootenay River Lbr Co .
A G Lambert & Go	
Kootenay Marble Co	
J Winchester	
E L Wrigglesworth	
J Robertson	
Fernie Lumber Co...
Fernie Cartage Co....
Fernie Mf g Co, Ltd...
J D Quail	
T W Bell	
J G Donohue .,	
Wm Handley	
P Hammond	
Fred Stork	
Sheppard & Elliott	
Cowan & Son	
A Levesque	
J D McBride	
OH Archibald	
J Grier	
D J Johnson	
J D McBride	
Wm Hazzard	
Wm Mable	
J E McLean	
Moscrop Bros	
W M Lawrence	
J H Sproule	
MS Martin	
Geo Brown	
Herman Brown	
Duguid & Sanson	
John Bibby	
Basil Eagle	
Alert Bay Saw-mill Co
Brouqht forward.
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS—Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No. 120.—Industrial School and Boys' Home, Vancouver.—
Concluded.
Architect's services	
Caretaker	
Clerk of the Works  	
do 	
Balance of contract re construction
Sundry furniture	
Wooden pipes    	
Hardware, etc  	
do 	
Lumber.
5 mos. 17 days @ $65
94        ,, 4
47       i, 4
Board of men ...
Expanded metal
Cement.
Analysis of black clay	
Knives, spoons, etc	
Claim for damage to property	
Labour  57 hours @   .30
do        15       .. .30
do         ....    2 days        2.50
Vote No. 127.—Gaols throtigJiout the Province.
Lumber,
Glazing',
Repairs to roof, etc.,
Lumber,
Repairs to taps, etc.,
Hardware, etc.,
Nails, etc.,
Lumber,
do
do
Masonry work,
Reformatory, Victoria	
it "        	
New Westminster
Kamloops	
it        	
Nelson   	
Vote No. 128.—Lock-ups throughout the Province.
Labour, 17^ days @ $5,
do 3       .. 5,
do 1       ., 5,
Lumber,
Lime,
Window frames, etc.,
Cement, etc.,
Ironing windows,
Building cellar,
Hauling sand, etc.,
Installing lights,
Repairs to furnace,
Plumbing,
Window and sash,
Painting,
Nails, etc.,
Labour and material,
Repairs to fence,
Lumber, etc.,
Glass, etc.,
Hauling goods,
Irons for windows and doors,
Building chimney, etc.,
Plumbing,
Shelving,
Repairing floor,
Door and lock,
Rubber hose, etc.,
Paint, oil, etc.,
Lumber,
Heater, pipes, etc.,
Whitewashing,
Lumber,
Fernie        	
ii 	
ti 	
it 	
it 	
<i 	
it 	
ii 	
ii 	
Cranbrook 	
ii 	
ii 	
Moyie	
Morrissey Mines	
Revelstoke	
Fairview	
Grand Forks	
Lillooet	
ii .........
ii 	
Barkerville	
150-Mile House	
Alert Bay	
Carried forward
10,401 75
886 27
566 50
376 00
188 00
700 68
120 75
247 43
227 60
85 55
371 25
167 65
93 20
381 00
17 50
9 20
75 00
17 10
4 50
5 00
2 90
5 00
17 10
5 96
1 75
43 88
12 13
28 36
9 00
9 76
18 50
87 50
15 00
5 00
16 00
55 20
7 75
16 55
21 50
11 50
IS 50
10 55
9 70
8 75
5 00
6 00
7 65
3 60
25 00
43 45
3 50
1 00
80 90
21 85
80
60
2 00
12 50
88 22
32 45
31 17
23 50
10 00
12 85
694 44
82,574 77
14,921 93 4 Ed. 7         Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.            B 127
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
8   ets.
$   ets
J B Kershaw	
694 44
28 75
5 50
16 25
5 00
6 40
19 05
21 00
18 00
170 00
40 00
7 89
29 80
15 00
2 25
10 00
21 75
2 10
97,651 04
1,113 18
812 00
46 60
108 40
XII. PUBLIC WORKS -Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No. 128.—Loeks-ups throughout the Province.--Concluded.
Heater, pipes, etc.,                                                                 Discovery	
Nails, etc.,                                                                               Port Simpson	
Labour, 6£ days <o> 82.50,                                                             n           	
Georgetown Saw-mill Co
Shingles, etc.,                                                                               ,t           	
WH Cooper	
Capt W Oliver	
,,       6       i,         3.00,                                                                  ,i              	
Lumber, nails, etc.,                                                                Skidegate	
Hickman, Tye Hdw Co..
R Cunningham & Son...
J E Smith	
H W Harvey	
Fred Brand 	
Walter Ford	
Fleming Bros	
Francis H Ware	
Lumber, etc.,                                                                          Hazelton	
Whitewashing1,                                                                        Chemainus	
Door lock,                                                                                Enderby   	
Digging well (per contract),                                                  Alberni     	
Lumber, etc.,                                                                           Duncan       	
Vote No. 129.—lock-up, Discovery.
800 00
6 00
6 00
,i         2        ,,       3.00
Vote No. 129a.—Lock-up and Court House, Clayoquot.
C Gardiner Johnson Co..
Vote No. 1291)—Vault for Trout lake Office.
107 65
75
Votes Nos. 130 & 131.—Public Schools throughout the Province.
(Construction, Repairs and Furniture).
80
25 00
51 00
157 15
9 82
20 78
40 30
50
88 85
2 10
44 63
44 70
125 00
2,625 00
10 00
4 60
3 75
17 70
20 00
144 70
26 35
20 00
20 00
50 00
16 00
9 75
1 00
45 00
37 45
780 00
J W Mcintosh	
McClary Mauuf actur'g Co
H A Fraser	
Chas Hardy.	
Armstrong Livery Stables
H J Whittaker	
ii                                                                                    Bella Coola.	
Clearing grounds (per contract),                                                h           ...    	
G B Olsen	
WJLaughlin	
Weiler Bros	
Marshall & Smith ,
McDonald & McGillivray
TP Harris	
H J Russell	
Hudson's Bay Co	
S Houston & S Porter...
P Downey &EMiIlett...
T JTrapp&Co	
Geo H Dean	
Paints, oil, etc.,                                                                            n           	
Painting, etc.,                                                                               n           	
i,                                                                                     Cedar Hill	
Blackbourn Bros	
M Stevenson   	
Carried forward   	
4,341 93
99,731 22 •
B 128           Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  ets.
9  ets.
4,341 93
750 00
787 06
45 25
11 00
8 00
2 00
20 00
4 00
97 53
63 26
28 75
18 35
39 70
8 00
6 60
6 82
37 68
30 50
11 00
78 00
25 00
40 00
45 00
1,245 00
38 25
11 00
5 40
3 30
25 00
40 00
124 05
17 63
23 25
74 00
7 85
5 00
187 35
790 45
102 05
155 00
132 80
123 20
119 20
122 80
98 80
140 00
180 15
68 38
49 85
10 00
9 60
25 00
71 35
20 00
1,147 50
60 00
15 20
125 00
1 70
1 10
6 60
10 00
272 50
100 00
22 50
37 50
18 00
30 00
33 05
2 40
95 00
65 00
8 95
99,731 22
XII—PUBLIC VfOKKS.-Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
VotesNos. 130 & 131.—Public Schools throughout the Province
(Construction, Repairs and Furniture).—Continued.
T E Ward
do         4       ,i         2.                                                         ,,           	
Hauling desks,                                                                         Esquimalt 	
do                                                                                         ii           	
do                                                                                         ,,           	
Grate bars,                                                                                     u           	
Plumbing,                                                                                      ,,           	
J H Collins 	
JOoughlin&Co	
Leonard Leigh	
do                   „                                                                    „	
E G Prior & Co, Ltd ....
Lumber,                                                                                         ,i
Weiler Bros.	
H A Wilkes	
Setting up desks,                                                                          n           	
Fred Stork	
Andrew Kerr & L White.
Painting,                                                                                        i,             	
Sundry repairs (paid),                                                             Fairview   	
Painting,                                                                                        „           	
Desks, etc.,                                                                                    n           	
M P Gordon   	
W N Homphray	
Jno Georgeson  	
Stove pipes, etc.,                                                                          n
Painting, etc.,                                                                          Golden      	
Building chimney,                                                                        ,t           	
Gilley Bros	
CC Hillings	
Lime, brick, etc.,                                                                                       n             	
Locating boundaries, 2 days @ 82.50,                                Hastings Townsite	
Contract re construction of building,                                  Lotbiniere	
Paid desks, etc.,                                                                            „
Wm Newby, Secretary..
Painting,      332 hours @ 40c.,                                                       ,,            	
do           308         ..        40c,                                                       n
H Wilcox	
do           298         ii       40c,                                                       „	
do           307         ii       40c,                                                       ,,            	
G A Gilchrist	
Carpenter,   247        n       40c,                                                   „
T JTrapp & Co	
Paint, oil, etc.,                                                                              n
do                                                                                            ,,
Labour and material re drains,                                                   n
Cleaning, etc,                                                                               n
P Shirley	
J Jordan ..   	
Hauling goods,                                                                              n           	
N W Bennett & Son	
T E Ward	
E D McKinlay	
Pope Stationery Co	
Painting,                                                                                   Lulu          	
Painting (per contract),                                                          Lae la Hache	
Hyloplate,                                                                           Lytton      	
Balance of contract re construction,                                    Minto
Freight,                                                                                    Maple Ridge	
do                                                                                              ,,           	
do	
AC Bartlow	
Setting up seats,                                                                           n
Balance of contract re construction,                                         n
Painting,                                                                                   Mission
Thos Solloway	
Kalsomining,                                                                           ,,
Rebuilding chimneys,                                                                  h
Blackboards,                                                                            Mount Sicker	
Painting,                                                                                  Mayne Island	
Freight,                                                                              Michel      	
Paid for advertising tenders,                                                 North Nanaimo .
Painting (per contract),                                                               i,
do                     ii                                                                  Northfield	
Repairing plaster,                                                                   ,,
99,731 22 4 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
B 129
Pemberton & Son	
John King	
McRae & McMullin	
Cornish & Cooper	
Weiler Bros	
Geo Taylor	
Chas L Smith	
K A Burrell	
F Burrell	
Weiler Bros	
McColl Bros & Co	
C H Williams	
Jas Mowat	
RFHickey	
Thos Kincade	
Edmund Creech	
Pay list	
Evans, Coleman & Evans
John Flewin	
John Moraes	
Hudson's Bay Co	
Georgetown Saw-mill Co
Wm Sawyer	
W Peacock 	
D G Mackay	
Martin & Robertson	
Weiler Bros	
The Geo Patchett Co....
Mark Hill	
Henry Ehmke	
H Bond	
H C Mellor	
Summerland Supply Co.
Weiler Bros	
Elija Priest, CE	
W E Russell &F Fielding
Jas Thomas	
Linklater & Piatt	
Alex Currie	
Jas Ross ,	
Johnston & Co, Ltd.   ...
Weiler Bros	
H Judd....".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.''.
Jas Lang	
J W McGregor	
P D MacSween  	
Weiler Bros	
T E Crowell	
Edwin Harris	
Thos L Gray	
Hermon & Burwell	
Geo Walden	
Weiler Bros	
Lee Graham	
Geo E Duncan	
U S T Ross	
G C Lewis	
McColl Bros & Co	
S E Mostyn-Hoops	
Weiler Bros	
A E Lewis	
H A Fraser	
Weiler Bros	
J W Deppeisse 	
Hudson's Bay Co	
Geo H Dease	
Pope Stationery Co	
Weiler Bros	
J Heaney	
D Wilson	
TMGulley&Co	
Brought forward	
XII.-PUBLIC y?OKK8.-Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Votes Nos. 130 & 131.—Public Schools throughout the Province.-
(Construction, Repairs and Furnittire.)—Continued.
Conveyance of deed, New Alberni	
Labour and material re contract, n 	
do n North Vancouver	
do .i n 	
Freight, m 	
Contribution for new floor, North Cedar	
Painting, Nanaimo Bay    	
do Oak Bay   	
Lumber, etc., n 	
Freight, Otter 	
Blackboards, n 	
Moving buildings (per contract), Prairie        	
Gravel, etc., " 	
Lining inside, n 	
Hauling desks, Parksville	
Painting, Puntledge	
Sundry labour, Port Simpson	
Shingles, n 	
Paid freight on shingles, n 	
Labour and material, n 	
Nails, " 	
Lumber, h 	
Painting, etc., Round Prairie	
Construction of building (per contract), Steveston	
Removing old building, n n 	
Iron tanks, etc., u	
Freight, n 	
Paint, Spallumcheen	
Lumber, etc., n 	
Labour, 3 days @ $1, n 	
Painting, ii 	
Construction of building (per contract), Summerland	
Desks, etc., n 	
Freight, n 	
Professional services, South Cedar	
Sinking well (per contract), n 	
Clearing grounds,    n n 	
Construction of building (per contract), Salmo       	
Services inspecting building, n 	
Fencing (per contract), Shuswap   	
Construction of building (per contract) n 	
Freight, « 	
do Salmon Arm 	
Book-case, Sidney      	
Desks, Squamish	
Painting, Similkameen	
Repairing foundations, painting, etc., Salmon Arm, West	
do South Sumas	
Freight, Tynehead	
Balance of contract re construction of building, Vernon High School ...
Clerk of the works (58 ds. @ $4), .. 	
Building woodshed (per contract), West Burnaby	
Survey of site, n 	
Heater and pipes, Whonnock	
Freight, Ymir
Sundry repairs, it 	
Setting up desks, it 	
Plumbing, it 	
Construction of building (per contract), 150-Mile House	
Hyloplate, n 	
Window blinds, u 	
Freight, n 	
Setting up desks, n 	
Freight, Armstrong 	
do Cumberland	
do Crofton     	
Conveyance of site, Cadboro Bay	
Hyloplate, Cache Creek	
do Duncan     	
Chairs, desks, etc., Esquimalt	
Hauling benches, n 	
Paid cartage, it 	
Setting up seats, Eholt 	
Carried  forward	
12,531 97
5 00
306 00
1,424 13
68 00
2 90
20 00
45 00
10 00
5 00
2 35
25 70
394 00
50 00
45 00
3 50
40 00
42 50
23 00
12 50
4 50
5 00
3 37
55 00
2,025 87
80 00
79 10
7 75
2 40
1 88
3 00
60 00
1,280 00
25 85
10 81
15 00
25 00
100 00
1,087 00
35 00
65 00
1,740 00
1 72
5 30
27 25
15 00
50 00
245 00
7 50
95
4,669 00
232 00
200 00
15 20
11 65
10 50
10 45
7 85
4 50
1,479 83
36 81
15 00
21 83
6 00
22 50
8 00
4 75
2 84
11 20
22 32
236 43
6 00
6 00
15 00
29,175 46
1,731 22
1,731 22 B 130           Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  ets.
$  ets.
R L T Galbraith	
XII-PUBLIC WOKKS.-Continued.
29,175 46
16 24
12 80
17 00
14 50
10 00
1 15
50
16 26
4 50
18 00
21 20
22 90
78 05
15 00
3,072 75
1,442 64
15 20
15 36
27 60
4,692 00
308 00
2,858 52
445 38
93 41
62 56
39 22
99,731 22
33,997 10
5,000 00
3,499 09
63 99
Works and Buildings.—Concluded.
Votes Nos. 130 & 131. —Public Schools throughout the Province
(Construction, Repairs and Furniture).—Concluded.
W Chadsey, Jr	
do                                                                                         it          	
do                                                                                                H           	
M DesBrisay & Co	
A R Carrington	
Weiler Bros	
Teacher's table and chair,                                                      Prospect   	
Window shades,                                                                       Shuswap    	
Summerland Supply Co.
Vancouver Engr Works .
Desks, etc.,                                                                                    "
Heater,                                                                                     Vancouver, East	
W F Vilas        	
Clarke & Stuart	
D Wilson	
Vote 131a.—High School, Vernon.
Clerk of the Works.,.                  77 days @ $4
Columbia River Lbr Co.
Vote No. 133.—Protection Works, Kicking Horse River.
Vote No. 188.—Contingencies.
One-half expense bringing and storing water for fire protection, Telegraph Creek.
Government House, Victoria.
Vote No. 135.— Repairs to Buildings a/nd Furniture.
David Spencer	
K Ishii	
Hinton Electric Co	
Gutta Percha Mfg Co...
176 10
204 62
116 40
102 75
57 50
28 61
20 50
22 00
44 50
25 46
10 89
19 50
9 25
6 25
8 00
5 17
2 45
2 00
1 00
142,291 40
860 94
J Piercy & Co	
Silk       	
The Hutcheson Co, Ltd..
A & W Wilson ...
B C Furniture Co	
E G Prior & Co, Ltd...  .
Victoria Truck & Dray Co
Pacific Transfer Co	
do             	
W Lambeth.
J T Braden.
860 94 4 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
B 131
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   ets.
$  ets.
J Kingham & Co	
B C Electric Railway Co
Victoria Water Works...
Victoria Gas Works	
W H Jones	
J Baker & Co	
J P Burgess	
Wm Brown	
Nicholles & Renouf	
E G Prior & Co, Ltd	
Smith Bros	
R H Johnston	
Victoria Transfer Co	
W Symons	
Wm Johns	
J Street 	
W Russell	
Raymond & Sons	
J Haggerty	
C H Bowes	
Wm Hawksby	
Victoria Truck & Dray Co
W Brown.
B C Land & Investm't Co
Daily " Colonist"	
Daily '' Times "	
Hinton Electric Co	
Wm Neal	
Pacific Transfer Co	
Victoria Transfer Co	
Wm Lambeth	
Julius West	
Estate of P. Hansen	
Weiler Bros	
TN Hibben & Co	
A & W Wilson	
Brought forward..
XII.-PUBLIC VfORKS.-Continued.
Government House.—Concluded.
Vote No. 130.--Fuel, Light and Water.
Coal	
Electric light
Water	
Gas	
Wood	
do   	
Vote No. 137.—Grounds and Fencing.
Repairs to fencing, etc..
Lumber, lime, etc. (paid)
Lawn sprinklers, etc	
Hose, etc    	
Fertilizer, etc	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Hauling gravel, etc	
Sharpening tools	
Clematis	
Lime	
Sand	
Sulphur	
Cartage	
do       	
Vote No. 138.—Gardener.
Gardener .
Vote No. 139.—Miscellaneous.
12 months @ $50
Rent of Fairfield estate    12 months to 25th March, 1904
Subscription    1 year
do         1   ti
Installing lights in gardener's house	
Cleaning furnaces, etc	
Cartage	
do
do
Scavenging 6 months @ $1.50
do  4 ii 2.50
Soap, brushes, etc ..
Navy list	
Galvanized pails, etc
Roads,  Streets,  Bridges  and  Wharves.
Vote No. 140.—North Victoria District.
Sundry labour 	
Salary, 1 month, $135 ; sundry expenses, #42.50 .
Labour and team work	
Paj Lists	
R D Irvine, Supt...
J M Walker	
H Oullette ! Labour	
II Beale      do      	
E Walter      do     	
Victoria Lumber Co  Lumber	
W S Fraser & Co  Tools	
Malcolm & Purvis iSharpening tools	
Thos Barlow | Livery hire for Superintendent Irvine
Hamilton Powder Co  Powder, fuse, etc   .
E Maude I    do n       	
A R Bittancourt I    do 'l      	
10£ days @ §2
8       ii 2
Carned forward .
721
50
474 25
109 22
30 00
34
60
10
50
109 33
254 58
27 90
13 46
107 75
85 90
82 00
42 00
68 25
10 40
7 80
2 5C
2 0C
2 45
50
5 60
1,888 25
177 50
40 00
21 00
16 00
24 00
58 16
10 50
24 90
4 00
9 00
10 25
28 55
1,379 97
600 00
48 50
10 35
9 CO
14 00
21 00
10 25
2 00
1 00
9 00
10 00
5 85
3 75
3 75
3,811 78
2,312 11
2,312 n B 132
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  ets.
Pay Lists	
J Nicholson, Supt	
Sundry Persons	
J A Sayward	
Shawnigan Lake Lbr Co.
J T Hopper	
E G Prior & Co, Ltd	
Hickman Tye Hrdwr Co.
A McGregor	
Geo H Prescott	
Thos Barlow	
James Pirn	
J R Carmichael	
Jas Grundy	
HPuckle	
W S Butler	
WDankland	
Geo Hick	
A Glendenning	
Pay Lists	
Sundry Persons	
D R Irvine, Supt	
E G Prior & Co, Ltd..
Hickman Tye Hrdwr Co.
W S Fraser & Co	
B C Electric Ry Co ....
Thos Barlow	
Richard Bray	
Shawnigan Lake Lbr Co
WGDeRousie	
A Durosy	
J A Sayward	
Hamilton Powder Co...
J T Porter	
WB Charters	
J Street 	
W H Anderson	
P W Dempster	
D A Henry	
T H Fletcher	
John Young	
J Haggerty"	
WHGEUison	
H Clark	
A Floyer ,	
BC Pottery Co	
W Rockett	
Victoria Machinery Dept
Thomas Parker	
W A Miller	
E Milne	
H Fisher	
E Williams	
Pay Lists	
D R Irvine, Supt	
ARSherk	
Hooper Bros	
F Lloyd     	
Tyee Copper Co	
Shawnigan Lake Lmbr Co
Pitt & Peterson	
W Thompson	
R Grassie & Son	
P Frumento	
Brought forward	
XII.-PUBLIC VfOKKS.-Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 141.—South Victoria District.
Sundry labour	
Salary, 5 months @ $100, $500 ; allowance for horse hire, etc., $150 ,
Labour and team work	
Lumber    	
do       	
do       	
Hardware, etc	
do 	
Sharpening tools, etc	
Repairing sidewalks	
Livery hire for Superintendent	
Hauling Lumber	
Gravel   ,	
do	
do	
do     	
do	
do     	
do     	
Vote No. 142.—Esquimalt District.
Labour and team work	
do u 	
Salary, 1 month, $135 ; sundry expenses, $36.20 .
Tools, etc	
do
do
Electric light 13 months @ $22
Livery hire for Superintendent  	
do t,	
Lumber	
do
do
do
Powder, fuse, etc	
do u       	
Sharpening tools, etc	
do ii       	
do „       	
do ti       	
do n       	
Moving camp	
Grading (per contract)	
Broken rock	
Building sidewalk (per contract) .
Hauling lumber, etc	
Hauling gravel	
Drain and sewer pipe	
Labour and material	
Chain blocks, etc	
Repairs to culverts	
do        sidewalk         	
Nails, etc	
Freight on tools	
Stamps	
Vote No. 143.—Cowichan District.
Labour and team work 	
Salary, 1 month, S135 ; sundry expenses, $44.20	
Repairing Chemainus River Trail     .
Lumber	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Tools, etc	
do 	
do        	
do        	
Carried forward
4,237 75
050 00
108 50
471 81
5 40
7 60
84 62
6 90
25 35
10 00
19 60
5 00
5 00
9 00
17 50
19 00
20 00
20 00
35 00
5,247 02
483 50
171 20
115 92
42 87
50 10
286 00
70 50
11 50
81 15
49 00
14 37
226 22
92 75
6 65
10 35
4 00
4 66
3 85
7 25
30 50
100 00
225 00
350 00
44 50
15 00
57 90
99 85
22 35
20 00
5 10
8 75
2 75
2 00
5,513 40
179 20
200 00
97 28
24 36
7 65
2 95
42 50
26 10
13 61
17 20
6,124 25
5,757 93
",962 55
16,032 I 4 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
B 133
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   ets.
J A Porter ,
J Mearns ...
W P Jaynes
H Keast	
Pay Lists	
J C Anderson	
Geo H Bird	
E L Gill	
Fred Brand	
Alberni Trading Store ..
E Waterhouse	
J E Sutton	
Stockham & Dawley —
Bergh & Skjarberg	
J Thomson	
E Coleman	
Thos Kirkpatrick	
Geo A Smith, P L S.   ...
R W Lindsay	
AW Heath	
British Pacific Gold Pro
perty Co	
Geo Brown .,	
Thos Telson	
Samuel Handy	
E Jacobson	
Pay Lists	
D R Irvine, Supt	
A Haslam .....   	
Randle Bros	
Thos Dobeson	
Jas Lowrey	
Andrews & Donaldson,
A R Johnston & Co .
Thompson & Scoville..
E W Hoskin   	
W II Morton	
P Harris	
E & N Railway	
R J Weinborn	
Wm Foster	
W Hinksman	
Stanley Craig	
Simon Leiser & Co .
Pay Lists	
Sundry Persons	
D R Irvine, Supt.	
H McGuire	
E Rolston   	
W H Lee	
WH Morton	
Randle Bros	
E & N Ry	
A Haslam	
Van Anda Mines Co...
Ladysmith Lumber Co
J McConville & Son ...
Edwin Pooke	
Robt Harrop	
Brought forward	
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS— Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 143.—Cowichan District. — Concluded.
Powder, fuse, etc	
do 	
do 	
Livery hire for superintendent
Vote No. 144.—Alberni District.
Labour and team work    	
Contribution towards Pipestem Trail.	
Lumber	
do      	
do      	
Powder, fuse, etc	
do 	
Hardware, etc  	
do 	
do 	
do   	
Blacksmithing  	
do 	
Professional services, surveying	
Canoe hire	
Bridge notices, etc	
Building bridge (per contract)	
Labour  7 days @ $2.50
do         31     n       $2.50
Towing pile driver    	
Storing tools	
Vote No. 145.—North Nanaimo District.
Labour and team work	
Salary, \ month @ $135; sundry expenses, $52.40
Lumber	
Powder, fuse, etc	
Truss rods, etc	
Blacksmithing	
do 	
Tent .
Livery hire .
do
Rope.
Express on tools	
do 	
Repairing forge	
Labour    \ day @ $2.50
do       1      ,,     $2.50
Repairs to buggy   	
Nails	
Vote No. 140.—Sotith Nanaimo District.
Labour and team work..
do do
Salary, 1 month @ $135 ;
Labour, 90 days (& $3.00 ;
Powder, fuse, etc	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Labour and material	
Lumber	
do       	
do       	
Tools, etc	
do        	
Hire of launch 	
sundry expenses, $43.85    ..
packing tools, etc., §52.50.
Carried forward.
1,124.25
27 15
16 90
6 50
15 50
11,535 75
300 00
1,070 34
6 50
2 66
134 90
111 30
23 20
27 10
14 35
7 98
39 12
44 55
90 00
12 00
15 60
30 00
17 50
8 75
5 00
3 00
3,319 53
119 90
114 18
117 25
27 14
15 70
13 55
10 00
20 75
4 00
5 67
4 25
1 00
1 25
1 25
2 50
14 65
50
5,242 30
143 00
178 85
322 50
182 90
33 00
31 75
21 10
140 23
22 32
15 07
11 11
14 65
8 90
7 00
6,190 30
13,499 60
6,374.68     39,515 56 B 134
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
TO WHOM PAID
FOE WHAT SERVICE.
$   ets.
t    ets.
Walter Campbell..
Simon Leiser & Co
DW Murray	
Pay Lists.
Pay Lists	
D R Irvine, Supt..
Jas Piercy	
Wm Baikie	
Geo McFarlane..   .
Geo Howe	
.1 McPhee & Son ..
Peacock Bros & Co
GW Clinton	
R Grant & Son....
T E Bate	
O J Moore &Co...
J Stuart	
Ellen Holmes	
G B Leighton	
J W McKenzie	
Wm Berkeley	
T H Piercy	
A Pickles	
John Fraser	
H W Piercy	
J K Morrison	
Samuel Calhoun ..
Pay Lists	
Sundry persons. .
F Lloyd    .   .
A Haslam	
Geo H Bird .  	
Hooper Bros	
Geo Howe	
Randle Bros	
E Rolston	
E B Marvin & Co.
Geo E Corfield.. .
WH Morton	
WS Fraser & Co.
Chas Brown	
Thos Dobeson....
Henry Fry, P L S
J J Burke	
R Grassie	
Thos Kirkpatrick
Pay Lists	
Sundry persons	
John Sprott, Supt	
EF Darcy, Clerk	
Hugh Gunn, Foreman...
H Burrell, Bridge Tender
J W Grant	
Thos Dunn Hrdwr Co.   .
Brought forward..
XIL-jyUBLIC yfOWKS.-Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 146.—South Nanaimo District.—Concluded.
Hire of launch	
Repairs to tent	
Sharpening tools 	
Vote No. 147.—Nanaimo City District.
Labour and team work	
Vote No. 148.—Comox District.
Labour and team work	
Sundry expenses	
Building bridge (per contract).
do
Gravelling                    11
Powder, fuse, etc	
do 	
do 	
Lumber	
do
Hardware, etc	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Blacksmithing	
do 	
Storage, etc	
Services as road commissioner (5 % on 8500)
Sundry repairs 	
Gravel	
Labour, building bridge, etc	
do      cribbing, etc ..  	
Hauling lumber	
Vote No. 149.—Vancouver Island Main Trunk Road.
Labour and team work	
do ,, 	
Lumber	
do       	
do       	
do       	
Powder, fuse, etc	
do 	
do 	
Nails, etc	
do 	
Rope 	
Brush hooks, etc	
Cutting brush (per contract)
Truss rods, etc	
Professional services	
Freight .   	
Blacksmithing  	
do 	
Vote No. 150.— Westminster District (Richmond Riding).
Labour and team work    	
do „ 	
Salary  4 months @ S100.00; sundry expenses, 8379.
do  3 n 8 d.   76.00; i. 3.80
do       lid.      3.50; ii 32.65
do        ....6 1-10 mos. @ $40.00; 10 n 50.00; n 6.25
Labour (per contract)	
Hardware, etc	
Carried forward , ,... .
6,374.68
18 00
3 50
5 65
5,743 22
50 50
182 00
130 00
60 00
111 25
70 67
22 50
92 26
28 43
33 50
12 10
1 00
90
23 90
14 75
16 50
25 00
49 00
12 90
24 00
30 00
5 00
90 10
106 50
60 S3
13 96
3 74
40 40
51 55
66 15
2 00
5 66
5 70
3 60
25 00
27 15
5 00
5 00
1 50
75
3,806 24
366 33
779 90
252 80
71 15
750 25
130 00
631 78
6,788 45
39,515 56
134 87
6,739 ;
58,705 19 4 Ed. 7       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1903, to 30th June, 1904.
B 135
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   ets.
$   ets.
Letson & Burpee	
Ed Smith, Sr	
F Tyler	
H McLaughlin	
Ed Smith, Jr	
WmSpillett	
E H Heaps & Co ....
Royal City Planing Mills
Rat Portage Lumber Co.
Dan Anthony	
Chas Barbour	
Brown & Howay	
P G Drost   	
Brackman-Ker Mill'g Co,
G W Gilley	
E A Galbraith	
H A Belyea	
Atkins & Johnson	
A S Thompson	
Evans, Coleman & Evans
John McDowell	
R F Bonson	
Champion & White...
J H Travella	
F Rose	
J B Hart	
J WBland	
R Casselman	
S J Davison	
S H Thompson	
Westminster Transfer Co
Walter Magee	
Terminal Steamship Co.
C H Jones & Son	
Anderson & Copeland ..
Thos Ovens	
Foran Bros	
Vancouver Shipyard ...
Pay Lists	
Sundry Persons	
John Sprott, Supt ...
E F Darcy, Clerk....
Geo Mouldy, Ferryman .
Brunette Saw Mill Co ...
Can Pac Lumber Co	
Royal City Mills	
M DesBrisay & Co	
H Windebank	
Atkins & Johnson	
A P Thompson	
A T Charlton	
C B Reeves	
C Inkman	
LC York	
E H Heaps & Co	
H Ferguson	
J Barker	
T J Trapp&Co	
Cunningham Hrdwr Co .
A Gilchrist	
J B Hart	
Andrew Barr	
Schaake Machine Works,
Novelty Iron Works	
L R Scott.    	
Brackman-Ker Mill'g Co.
Alex Hoy	
Royal City Transfer Co .
Brought forward	
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS -Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.—CottMwued.
Vote No. 150.—Westminster District (Richmond Riding).—
Concluded.
Hardware, etc ,	
Broken rock  	
do       	
do       	
do       	
do	
Lumber	
do      	
do      	
Fir piles	
Piles, etc 	
Hay, oats, etc	
do	
do 	
Hire of pile driver, towi