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 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
PUBLIC
ACCOUNTS
—FOR  THE	
FISCAL YEAR ENDED 30th JUNE, 1903.
PEEIOD FEOM 1st JULY, 1902, TO 30th JUNE, 1903.
THEGOVERNMENTOF
THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
VICTORIA, B.C.
Printed by Richard Wolfenden,
I.S.O., V.D., Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1903  3 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903. B
To His"JIonour the Honourable Sir Henri Gustave Joly de Lotbini^re, 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, 1903.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
ROBT. G. TATLOW,
Minister of Finance.
Treasury Department,
Victoria, 2Srd November, 190S.  3 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903. B 5
Audit Office,
23rd November, 1903.
Eo the Honourable Robt. G. Tatlow,
Minister of Finance.
The undersigned has the honour to present to you the Public Accounts for the fiscal year
ended 30th June, 1903.
Respectfully submitted,
J. A. ANDERSON, B. A.,
Auditor-General.  3 Ed. 7 Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903. B 7
PUBLIC  ACCOUNTS
FISCAL  YEAR   ENDED   30TH   JUNE,   1903.
TABLE   OF   CONTENTS.
Page 8— Balance Sheet or the Province of British Columbia,
ii 9— Debentures Outstanding Issued under the British Columbia Loan Acts.
ii 10— Inscribed Stock Issued under the British Columbia Loan Acts.
ii 11— Debentures Outstanding Issued under the Dyking Acts.
ii 11— Guarantees under the Railway Acts.
ii     12—       Statement,  showing amount of  Debentures of  the Loans 1877  and  1887  redeemed   by
conversion into Inscribed Stock.
,i 13— Loan, 1877 ; Sinking Fund Account.
n 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.
ii     18—       Shuswap and Okanagan Railway Company : Statement showing the Amounts paid and
received by the Province of British Columbia.
,i     19—       Victoria  and  Sidney  Railway  Company,' in   account   with the Province of   British
Columbia.
,i 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, 1903.    (Table No. 3.)
,i 25— Statement showing details of "Miscellaneous Receipts."
ii 27— District Returns of Revenue.
n 29— Expenditure ; Summary.
„ 31-148—         do.             Detailed.
i,    149-152—Appropriation   and  Expenditure ;   Statement showing Appropriation and Expenditure,
also sums unexpended and over-expended.
ii    153-154—Unprovided Items ; Statement of Services the Expenditures on which have exceeded their
Appropriation.
„   155-156—Lapsed Balances of Appropriations. B
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
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B 9
DEBENTURES   OUTSTANDING.
RETURN showing the amount of Debentures outstanding, issued under the British
Columbia Loan Acts.
[To 30th June, 1903.]
O per
oent.—Debentures issued under '•
Loan A.ctf 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.
J    1 to    500
\ 501 to 1,000
500 @ £100)
500 @ £200 [
£150,000=6727,500
£54,600 = $264,810
£95,400 @4.S5 =
$462,690.00
4 1/2per cent.—Debentures issued tinder " JQoan A.ct, 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 consolidating1
the Public Debt.
Outstanding
subject to
conversion.
Date of Issue,
1st July, 1887.
/    1 to    200
\201 to 1,254
200 @ £500 \
1,064 @ £100/
£205,400^^996,190
£126,800=$614,980
£78,600 @4.85 =
381,210.00
3  1/2 per cent.—Debentures issued tinder " JLoan A^ct, 1807/' (Payable in 10 years J.
[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
$50,000
50,000.00
$893,900.00
J. A. ANDERSON,
A uditor-General. B 10
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
INSCRIBED   STOCK   ISSUED.
RETURN   showing  the   amount of Inscribed Stock issued under the British Columbia
Loan Acts.
[To 30th June, 1903.]
3per cent.—Inscribed Stock, issued under i( JLoan Act, 1891 " (Payable in 50 Years).
Terminable
1st Julv, 1941.
Date of
1st July,
1st July,
1st Jan.,
1st July,
1st Jan.,
1st Jan.,
1st July,
1st July,
1st Jan.,
1st July,
1891.
1892.
1893.
1893.
1894.
1895.
1895.
1896.
1897.
1897.
Issue for Money
Loan.
£-200,000 = $970,000
Issue for redemption
of Debentures of
Loan, 1877.
.£42,195 = 8-204,645.75
20,450=    99,182.50
2,100=
2,380=
1,540=
1,820=
6,250 =
4,753.00
10,185.00
11,543.00
7,469.00
8,827.00
30,312.50
Issue for redemption
of Debentures of
Loan, 1887.
£126,750=$614,737.50
12,720=    61,692.00
7,250= 35,162.50
9,375= 45,468.75
500= 2,425.00
2,000= 9,700.00
3,600= 17,460.00
1,150= 5,577.50
£200,000® $4.85 =
168,945
33,170
980
9.350       ,,
11,755
2,040        n
3,820        ,,
9,850       ,,
1,150       ,,
£441,060
$ 970,000.00
819,383.25
160,874.60
4,753.00
45,347.50
57,011.75
9,894.00
18,527.00
47,772.50
5,577.50
§2,139,141.00
3 per cent.—Inscribed StocJc issued under "loan Act, 1893 " (Payable in 48 Tears),
Terminable 1st July, 1941.
Date of Issue.
1st July, 1893..
Issue for Parliament Buildings Construction, £123,700 @ $4.85 .
3per cent Inscribed StocJc issued under '*loan Act, 1895" (Payable in 4G Years),
Terminable 1st July, 1941.
3 per cent.—Inscribed Stock issued, under " Loan Act, 1899," (Payable in 42 Years),
Terminable 1st July, 1941.
3 per cent—Inscribed Stock issued under il Loan Act, 1902" (Payable in 39 Years),
Terminable 1st July, 1941.
$2,139,141.00
9,945.00
2,037,000.00
J. A. ANDERSON,
A uditor- General. 3 Ed 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B 11
DYKING DEBENTURES  OUTSTANDING.
RETURN showing the amount of Debentures outstanding, issued under the Dyking Acts.
[To 30th June, 1903.]
3^ per cent.—Debentures issued under the "Dyking Debenture Act, 1897," the "Public
Dyking Act, 1898," and the "Public Dyking Act (1898) Amendment Act, 1899."
Date of Issue.
Date Issued from
Treasury.
Numbers.
Denomination.
When redeemable.
Total amount
outstandiug.
July 1st, 1897 ...
July 1st, Vim.'.'.',
November 24th, 1897.
January 15th,    1898.
February 3rd,    1898.
February 9th,    1898.
May 16th,           1898.
December 29th, 1899.
1 to 1181
119 to 314
315 to 374 }-Act 1898.
375 to 424
425 to 4711
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 .
ii                          ii
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 1^ per cent, per annum, are secured to
the Province by a charge against the lands, leviable by annual assessments, in proportion to the cost of the works in each
District.
J. A. ANDERSON,
Auditor-General.
RAILWAY GUARANTEES.
RETURN showing the sums Guaranteed  by the Province of British Columbia under the
various Railway Acts.
[Statement up to Date, 30th June,  1903.]
IN AID   OF  MAIL WAYS.
'SHUSWAP  RAILWAY  GUARANTEE  ACT, 1890."
Guarantee of Interest of the Shuswap and Okanagan Railway Company's Bonds, 4 per cent, per annum on
$1,249,700	
[Terminable in 25 years from 1st July, 1890.]
' VICTORIA  AND  SIDNEY  RAILWAY  SUBSIDY  ACT, 1892."
Guarantee of Interest of the Victoria and Sidney Railway Company's Bonds, 2 per cent, per annum on $300,000
[Terminable in 25 years from 1st September, 1892.]
'NAKUSP AND SLOCAN RAILWAY AID ACT, 1894."
Guarantee of Principal and Interest of the Nakusp and Slocan Railway Company's Bonds.   Interest at 4 per
cent, per annum on $647,072   	
[Terminable in 25 years from 1st July, 1893.    Principal payable in 1918.]
Annual
Guarantee,
$49,980 40
6,000 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,
Auditor-General. B
12             Public
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BRITISH COLUMBIA LOAN TRUSTEES, LONDON, IN ACCOUNT WITH THE PROVINCE OP BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Date.
Nov. 9th,
Mav 13th,
Oct. 7th,
April 9th,
June SOth,
Sept. 19th,
Dec. 31st,
Mar. 22nd,
Mar. 30th,
June 30th,
Sept. 30th,
Mar. 31st,
June SOth,
Sept. 30th,
Dec. 31st,
Mar. 31st,
June 30th,
Oct. 1st,
Nov. 30th,
Mar. 31st,
June 30th,
Oct. 16th,
Nov. 30th,
April SOth,
June 30th,
Oct. 31st,
June 30th,
1877
1878
1878
1879
1879
1S79
1879
1880
1880
1880
1880
1881
1881
1881
1881
1882
1882
1882
1882
1883
1883
1883
1883
1884
1884
1884
1886
Oct.   31st,   „
April 30th, 1886
June 30th,   „
Oct.   12th, 1886
April 12th, 1887
June 30th, 1887
Oct.  llth,   „
Nov. 14th,   „
April 9th,
June SOth
Oct.    8th,
May    8th.
June 30th
Oct.    8th:
June 27th.
June 30th,
Dec. 22nd,
June 25th.
June SOth
Nov. 14th, 1891
Nov. 19th,   „
1888
1889
1890
1891
Dec. 23rd,
June 23rd,
June 30th,
Dec. 31st,
Mar. 31st,
June 30th,
Dec. 31st,
June 30th,
1891
1892
1892
1892
1893
1893
1893
1894
Dec. 31st, 1894
Feb. 28th, 1896
June 30th, 1895
Dec. 31st, 1895
Jan. 31st, 1896
June 30th, 1896
June 30th, 1896
Dec. 31st, 1896
Jan. 31st, 1897
June 30th, 1897
Dec. 15th, 1897
Jan. 31st, 1898
June SOth, 1898
Dec. 31st, 1898
June SOth, 1899
Dec. 31st, 1899
June 30th, 1900
Dec. Slst, 1900
June SOth, 1901
Dec. Slst, 1901
June 30th, 1902
Dec. 31st, 1902
June 30th, 1903
Remittances.
$7,276 00
7,276 00
7.275 00
7.276 00
7,276 00
7,275 00
7.275 00
7.276 00
7,275 00
7,276 00
7,276 00
7,275 00
7,275 00
7,275 00
7,276 00
7,275 00
7,275 00
7,275 00
7,275 00
7,275 00
7,276 00
7,275 00
7.275 00
7.276 00
7,276 00
7,275 00
7,276 00
7,276 00
7,275 00
7,275 00
5,174 95
5,141 00
5,068 25
4,932 45
4,932 45
4,869 40
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
§323,994 56
Interest on
Investments.
503 39
598 36
1,130 24
T,30i'2i'
1,453 18
1,59408
1,785 61
4,114 71
2,318 46
2,129 86
5,368 30
4,419 72
5,638 50
4,476 06
5,934 33
8,445 95
4,943 87
10,481 14
5,654 57
6,025 13
6,110 03
1,284 16
5,255 56
4,491 66
4,410
4,542
4,680
4,821
4,904
5,119
5,276
5,437
5,604
5,769
5,937
6,112
$189,222 07
Proceeds of bonds sold and
re-invested.
$14,259 00
(£2,860 Can. 5 % Bonds.)
848,494 30
£1,800 Vic. 4 % Bonds
£3,783 15s. ld.   „    4 % In. St.
£4,100 Can. 4 % Bonds
§35,711 80
(£7,589 17s. 3d. Ca. 3%In.St.)
§64,737 21
(£12,47414s. ld. Ca. 3J%St'k)
8163,202 31
Proceeds of bonds sold and
paid to Government.
§1,031 96
(£199 16s. 9d. Can. 3|-% Stock)
$116,664 03
£20,507 10s. 6d. Can. 4 % Stock
£3,546 18s. 3d. B. C. 3% Stock
$24,309 35
(£4,84513s. 3d. B.C. 3% Stock)
§142,005 34
§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 89
7,275 00
7,275 00
980 79
7,275 00
1,130 24
7,275 00
1,301 21
7,275 00
1,453 18
7,275 00
1,594 03
7,275 00
1,785 61
7,275 00
4,114 71
7,275 00
7,275 00
2,318 46
2,129 86
14,259 00
7,275 00
7,275 00
5,368 30
7,275 00
7,275 00
2,962 60
7,272 00
4,419 72
7,275 00
5,638 50
7,275 00
7,275 00
7,701 13
7,275 00
7,275 00
8,416 08
7,275 00
7,275 00
4,476 06
5,934 33
48,494 30
7,275 00
7,275 00
8,445 95
6,863 65
4,943 87
5,174 95
5,141 00
5,068 25
10,481 14
5,654 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
4,869 40
5,255 66
4,626 90
4,491 66
4,626 90
4,625 75
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
$818,524 27
April 6th,
May 9th,
July 26th,
July 30th,
Jan. 30th,
Sept. 29th,
Dec. 31st,
Jan. 2nd,
Mar. 22nd,
June SOth,
Deer. 31st,
ii
June 30th,
Nov. SOth,
Dec. 31st,
June SOth,
Nov. 30th,
June SOth,
Jan. 23rd,
June SOth,
Jan.   17th,
Oct. 8th,
Feb.15th,
June SOth,
Jan. 18th,
June 30th,
Feb. 6th,
August,
Jan. 8th,
Oct. 3rd,
June SOth,
Mar. Slst,
June 30th,
Feb. 28th,
June SOth,
Jan.   31st,
1S78
187
1878
1878
1879
1879
1879
1880
1880
1880
1880
1881
1881
1881
1881
1882
1882
1882
1882
1883
1883
1884
1884
1885
1885
1886
188^
1887
1889
1890
1890
1891
1891
1892
1893
1894
IS!):.
1895
1896
June 30th, 1896
Jan.
June
Dec.
Jan.
June
Dec.
June
Dec.
June
Dec.
June
Dec.
June
Dee.
June
Slst, 1897
30th, „
15th, 1897
31st, 1898
30th, 1898
SOth, 1898
SOth, 1899
31st, 1899
30th, 1900
Slst, 1900
30th, 1901
31st, 1901
30th, 1902
31st, 1902
30th, 1903
Investments.
Canada Debentures, 5 ty cent.
Canada Iiebentures, 5 ^ cent.
Do. 4 do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
Canada Debentures,
4 ^ cent....
7,853 36
Canada Debentures,
Do.
4 ^ cent	
do	
8,172 85
7,547 81
Canada Debentures,
Do.
4 ^ cent....
do	
9,275 62
8,196 50
Canada Debentures
4* cent....
8,750 00
Victoria, Australia, 4 t§ cent	
Do. do	
Do. do	
Canada inscribed Bonds,   3^ $ c.
Do. do.       Stock, do.
Do.     Registered Bonds, 4 do.
Do. do. do.
Do.     inscribed stock,  3h do.
British Columbia 4J $ cent	
Canada inscribed stock 3^ \
British Columbia, 4£
Canada inscribed stock 3^
cent.
Do
Do
Do
Do
do
do
do
do
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do
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do        3
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do 3
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do
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do
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§7,027 i
6,968 25
453 47
7,667 85
7,904 89
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 51
35,614 28
10,982 72
11,013 26
11,188 48
51,763 16
12,810 08
10,100 16
9,095 89
9,229 49
9,014 96
9,145 79
9,283 70
9,424 82
9,565 57
9,720 43
9,876 SO-
10,036 27
10,203 39
10,368 53
10,635 00
10,709 04
Expenses and
Brokerage.
$674,756 45        §1,662
76 38
20 61
20 61
18 19
21 82
20 62
21 82
72 50
24 25
70 69
48 01
25 46
24 25
25 58
24 37
25 95
26 80
30 55
SO 67
81 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
24 90
22 67
23 16
22 25
23 34
24 00
24 09
26 11
26 37
27 08
28 13
27 82
28 13
29 34
30 41
Withdrawal
under Release
Act, 1896, and
legal expenses.
1,031 96
116,664 03
$142,005 34       §818,424 27
§7,027 65
50
6,968
453
7,667
7,904
76
7,853
20
20
8,172
7,547
18
21
9,275
8,196
19
8,750
20
8,719
9,283
8,950
9,741
8,730
24,260
19,884
10,185
10,342
10,669
10,985
10,912
11,155
11,639
11,640
11,655
12,367
23,034
36,090
19,724
25,289
10,722
35,711
11,010
11,042
11,216
51,894
12,842
1,031
110,664
10,125
9,118
9,252
24,309
9,037
9,169
9,307
9,448
9,591
9,746
9,908
10,064
10,231
10,396
10,564
10,739
Treasury, 23rd November, 1903.
J. MoB. SMITH, Deputy Minister of Finance.  3 Ed. 7
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21
TABLE NO. 2.
COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OP THE RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE OP THE PROVINCE OP BRITISH COLUMBIA,
From 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887, 1888, 1889, 1890, 1891, 1892, 1893, 1894, 1895, 1896, 1897, 1898, 1898, 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)	
„     (Timber Leases)	
,,     (Ferries)	
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	
Reimbursements in aid	
Interest    	
Chinese Restriction Act, 1884 (Dominion Statute)	
Education Refunds from City Districts (Act, Chap. 104, See. 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 Jane.
} 29,151 06
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48,000 00
100,000 00
88,776 20
8,667 63
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165 00
7,319 14
45 00
12,850 00
6,915 25
27,500 00
1,240 00
40,331 32
22,301 59
9,154 78
2,191 67
62,559 00
87 14
10 00
121 20
2 98
6,325 30
3,830 64
1,589 23
13,452 70
314 25
715 59
2,605 78
387 35
502 25
19 31
2,525 00
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, 1397	
Loan Act, 1899 (£340,000)	
Withdrawal from Sinking Funds, Loans of 1877 and 1887.
Total.
Deposits (Intestate Estates, etc.,) receipts	
,,       (Suitors' Fund Act, 1890) receipts	
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,
$3,200 per mile)	
Nakusp and Slocan Railway, receipts (Act 1894)	
537,336 63
3,062 55
540,398 18
540,393 18
1,118 77
1887-88.
1st July to
SOth June.
$ 29,151 06
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48,000 00
100,000 00
■ 80,873 00
8,849 85
180 00
210 00
14,504 12
25 00
11,280 00
8,586 00
24,930 00
1,770 00
47,084 12
35,119 01
13,832 10
3,052 10
52,581 00
236 02
10 00
89 50
1 95
10,048 05
4,012 10
8,244 93
16,677 77
579 40
565 20
2,819 30
393 35
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570 75
10,976 62
1,450 00
598,252 35
10,426 59
1st July to
30th June.
$ 29,151 06
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48,000 00'
100,000 00
142,818 79
4,559 35
13,286 67
180 00
120 00
11,869 16
30 00
12,795 00
9,534 25
18,382 50
1,950 00
74,712 08
39,610 84
15,964 62
3,452 22
53,691 66
353 92
80 00
45 00
13 98
11,939 20
4,184 05
958 34
20,208 08
760 95
250 00
2,974 20
461 10
326 00
794 60
19,363 40
3,587 50
11,344 19
5,303 10
698,056 05
8,724 74
608,678 94'  706,779 79
996,190 00
1,604,868 94
8,161 86
706,779 79
485 98
1889-90.
1st July to
SOth June.
$ 29,151 06
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
244,529 09
5,587 00
18,356 47
100 00
55 00
6,314 10
620 25
20,625 00
10,146 00
21,470 00
2,540 00
77,223 33
45,007 66
21,221 93
4,516 67
55,284 00
174 01
10 00
7,558 70
4,628 75
2,876 52
35,278 68
628 65
419 00
5,342 61
555 50
321 50
4,619 77
4,483 18
9,600 00
14,427 51
632 00
8,260 32
835,463 26
10,059 40
845,522 66
11,088 02
9,059 16
1890-91.
1st July to
SOth June.
29,151 06
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
243,551 75
10,352 42
25,172 37
145 00
60 00
16,500 37
12,861 00
12,329 70
22,467 50
2,785 00
98,351 04
54,596 12
•26,695 78
6,826 12
73,863 00
286 00
161 86
46 59
9,445 68
5,834 08
7,559 61
51,013 49
351 85
752 44
4,215 69
526 95
283 00
4,803 16
6,964 42
13,260 00
17,015 62
658 80
19,371 84
959,248 30
5,695 24
964,943 54
21,200 17
67,048 24
1891-92.
1st July to
30th June.
S 29,151 06
35,000 00
74,213 60
100,000 00
213,519 41
9,292 05
20,475 68
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
13,736 50
9,072 99
3,228 26
53,150 04
680 60
1,276 83
7,409 24
1,750 83
184 00
6,581 32
8,131 93
26,275 00
34,441 85
12,080 93
1,020,002 15
18,235 80
1,038,237 95
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2,008,237 95
25,455 94
45,942 60
65,010 00
1892-93.
1st July to
30th June.
$ 29,151 06
35,000 00
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
832 60
20 00
10,451 66
11,216 75
5,733 44
58,893 15
273 50
2,480 50
5,679 27
2,537 45
228 00
5,152 37
18,363 97
40,062 50
40,280 79
75 00
12,276 52
1,012,257 56
6,948 44
1893-94.
1st July to
30th June.
29,151 06
35,000 00
79,434 40
100,000 00
33,917 80
6,104 75
18,725 74
494 90
81 88
24,925 44
23,015 00
25,545 89
26,601 32
3,040 00
66,714 52
84,782 69
85,947 22
6,634 77
45,080 00
S3 09
10 00
112 55
92 45
9.389 27
11,360 68
4,672 49
46,845 23
331 25
1,777 65
6,236 65
1,060 75
64 00
5,776 16
34,619 01
27,387 50
4,614 52
798,570 63
23,089 92
1,019,206 00
19,869 46
44,003 90
98,190 00
14,805 44
1,421,606 55
20,635 15
14,909 00
8,709 12
118,400 00
1894-95
1st July to
30th June.
29,151 06
35,000 00
78,538 40
100,000 00
25,880 36
7,049 50
16,581 09
2,228 90
16 25
49,544 11
31,190 50
41,647 08
32,060 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 55
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
SOth June.
f 29,151 06
35,000 00
78,538 40
100,000 00
64,003 02
6,267 SO
31,614 12
1,076 44
30 00
27,876 54
54,953 00
76,688 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
0 06
10,536 90
10,106 74
5,222 85
39,000 SO
325 75
3,470 58
11,190 47
2,493 37
110 00
5,123 05
16,188 78
17,200 00
8,014 49
8,481 60
219 95
654 07
265 43
970,617 10
19,148 12
67,273 77
25,768 42
8,495 38
1,166,078 98
32,304 09
59,041 18
9,074 87
14,630 49
1896-97.
1st July to
SOth June.
$ 29,151 06
35,000 00
78,538 40
100,000 00
86,214 OS
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
29,738 64
64,836 00
63 66
10 00
400 60
790 24
15,092 82
10,201 65
3,1S5 30
66,043 43
3,032 58
25,078 35
835 30
4,162 07
16,985 60
21,312 60
16,228 01
2,156 81
1,483 00
172 48
59 70
1,365,142 24
17,906 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
169,432 03
64,729 43
3.990 00
109,367 68
112,160 47
61,576 07
9,278 08
36,061 35
84,555 00
28 54
20 00
84 95
91 11
13,446 00
11,473 80
0,008 50
63,093 05
4,452 12
19,880 36
882 91
4,266 07
1,498 86
29,900 00
14,898 S3
2,821 83
569 50
349 50
1,420,299 97
19,323 43
1,383,048 24 1,439,623 40
1,483,048 24
35,810 70
61,427 23
18,484 67
38,894 27
1,478,517 67
1898-99.
1st July to
SOth Juno.
f 29,151 06
35,000 00
78,538 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
4,415 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
16,652 54
11,005 05
8,807 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 56
161 28
1,509,581 00
22,057 00
1,531,638 60
43,676 86   36,485 94
79,230 75  252,265 09
15,571 43
1899-1900.
1st July to
SOth June.
$ 29,151 06
35,000 00
78,538 40
100,600 00
53,267 71
34,663 25
97,517 99
787 65
102 50
38,812 61
131 00
133,765 54
194,303 97
50,197 61
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 50
696 99
1,619,983 82
24,124 84
1,544,108 1
51,231 63
71,042 24
14,382 91
1900-1901.
1st July to
SOth June.
S 29,151 06
35,000 00
78,538 40
100,000 00
43,338 61
35,258 85
86,613 31
730 50
298 00
28,981 10
93,510 76
154,270 06
75,304 23
5,365 00
121,707 91
92,422 60
48,241 89
28,376 17
95,483 68
101,196 00
20 18
120 00
17 00
13,424 78
13,321 95
5,146 66
78,275 05
1901-1902
1st July to
30th June.
5 29,151 06
35,000 00
141,817 -"
100,000 00
86,161 86
45,047 15
115,210 87
1,123 95
234 25
45,861 90
9,543 46
14,426 83
4,086 41
3,988 52
319 26
47,362 50
26,330 37
21,169 81
1,658 40
80 21
1,578,331 33
27,589 24
1,605,920 67
45,964
50,026
14,729
12,071 '.■
78,240 81
141,382 37
62,340 90
5,980 00
130,003 66
89,770 91
50,938 87
46,818 86
84,077 90
187,955 00
49 74
20 00
69 00
112 34
15,919 89
12,580 65
7,048 51
74,497 43
11,692 06
18,737 47
2,057 83
2,426 00
45 00
40,512 50
15,720 17
64,057 30
1,190 94
2,202 93
85,702 73
1,776,710 41
31,214 83
1,807,925 24
68,918
25,307 :
14,743
"8,334':
EXPENDITURE.
II.-
III.-
IV.-
V.-
VI.-
VII.-
VIII.-
IX.-
x.-
XI.-
XII.-
-Public Debt :—
Interest 	
-^Sinking Funds (chargeable to Investment acc't.)as follows:—
Deposit in Bank of B. C, " Loan Act, 1874"	
Do. Interest invested,        do	
Trustees' account, " Loan Act, 1877"	
Do. Interest invested,        do	
Do. " Loan Act, 1887 "	
Do. Interest invested, do.        	
Do. " Loan Acts, 1891, '93 '95 & '99"
Do 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 of 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   	
-Rent
-Revenue Services
-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	
tProvince of British Columbia, Consolidation of Public Debt, "Act ls91"
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. O. 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
61,753 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
7,821 96
47,897 42
3,026 98
185,417 56
11,314 61
72,918 21
731,307 44
18,155 65
7 25
1887-88.
1st July to
30th June.
* 89,878 56
543 00
229 62
14,650 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 59
1S88-89.
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
1889-90.
1st July to
30th June.
S 89,878 65
543 00
292 67
14,550 00
8,416 08
17,460 00
1,350 65
372 65
1,004 97
24,343 20
57,508 73
108,190 69
4,640 30
48 50
12,882 13
78,248 49
4,179 35
158,377 75
2,338 55
99,608 86
85,288 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
151,762 98
857,545 40
41,277 75
5,763 99
204,982 32
7.531 28
954,020 66
42,612 40
745,975 76  816,267 66
1,057 15
1,011
1890-91.
1st July to
30th June.
89,878 65
543 00
326 09
14,550 00
4,476 06
17,460 00
893 09
998 72
951 05
96,210 82
85,594 52
36,423 98
6,041 25
482 44
11,877 83
1,281 31
28,178 99
44,637 83
136,901 73
4,C87 69
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
662 79
42,255 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
48,738 59
160,627 80
7,158 55
48 50
12,180 91
102,984 94
1,940 14
308,683 97
46,716 37
78,778 04
1,430,920 49
60,488 80
1,370,431 1
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
136,653 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 50
9,995 85
146,279 12
72,845 46
4,090 63
282,945 50
65,635 34
128,906 57
1,477,413 75
45,975 24
1,431,438 61
18,342 49
39,090 90
248,877 75
75,393 17
3,015 00
1893-94.
1st July to
SOth 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 39
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
55,954 13
6,781 41
262,478 77
65,893 21
183,547 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 35
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
27,766 98
119,918 41
1,972,336 14
65,411 15
11,857 57
25,341 96
15,010 75
50,406 73
6,030 00
51,777 49
1st July to
SOth June.
$190,411 77
1,400 09
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
204,980 82
12,207 81
48 50
13,794 70
82,252 13
257,903 33
3,876 45
238,225 14
80,099 38
114,436 86
1896-97. 1897-98.
1st July to     1st July to
30th June.     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
1,701,309 34
86,585 72
74,421 34
22,723 19
4,462 00
50,574 18
0,150 00
26,487 86
24 193 11
154,870 97
133,582 14
31,502 37
14,033 28
Hl'.Ooi 51
2,581 24
8,201 86
2,057 96
45,253 85
70,462 77
220,810 38
11,757 15
48 50
15,961 23
39,354 13
180,395 77
2,768 61
276,081 68
20,566 43
123,063 02
1,653,996 17
84,924 54
$199,047 46
1,400 00
525 18
9,253 80
8,952 54
8,577 22
3,275 37
47,760 86
6,570 34
1,476 66
3,606 36
1st July to
SOth Jane.
1,569,071 63
15,154 43
68,042 18
9,700 00
50,140 80
6,107 00
26,262 79
132,145 80
167,848 72
39,152 48
40,156 62
"43,82s'66
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
179,899 00
3,165 28
348,517 39
20,503 44
171,816 36
2,087,347 16
86,315 31
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
268,653 46
16,756 05
48 60
12,521 70
252,137 61
9,207 51
3,592 20
661,108 25
15,037 64
148,864 40
2,156,473 86
47,905 49
34,241 13
61,238 08
6,030 00
26,221 79
26,109 44
268,282 97
60,624 16
6,030 00
26,209 90
1899-1900.
1st July to
SOth June.
$243,637 03
9,253 80
10,084 68
8,577 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
"60,77s'72
3,328 79
12,126 10
1,999 24
53,395 92
96.001 44
286,319 10
15,595 54
6,261 45
323,328 90
7,120 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 76
1,218 55
1900-1901.
1st July to
SOth June.
$255,393 68
9,253 80
10,713 98
8,677 22
4,421 84
64,250 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 ii
3,701 24
12,169 59
2,032 20
83,523 23
108,016 72
313,507 17
20,110 35
15,159 92
4,403 81
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
42,754 46
50,651 19
6,030 00
26,222 96
1901-1902
1st July to
30th June.
$ 294,924 4S
9,263 80
11,374 07
8,577 22
4,851 66
64,250 86
14,989 20
2,654 57
3,323 16
10,000 00
252,838 88
117,687 91
42,785 98
47,111 85
"w.ifBSS
3,740 70
13,293 70
3,990 85
87,640 74
106,408 83
365,922 15
23,125 00
4,105 48
708,919 07
20,042 19
2,660,669 93
113,296 71
2,547,373 71
10,000 00
2,537,373 71
65,485 60
55,759 07
50,228 40
6,523 00
26,262 52
Xote.-
-XIII.—Miscellaneous.-
Do.
Do.
Do.
I.—Public Debt.
XIII.—Miscellaneous.
Do.
I.—Public Debt.
Do.
Do.
IV.—Legislation.
-In Expenditures for 1886-87 is included the sum of $37,500 bonus to the C. P. Railway Co. for branch line to New Westminster.
do. for 1888-89 are included the sums of $20,000 grant to Building Fund of Jubilee Hospital, $24,385.39 aid to Quartz Mining, and $3,000 bonus to Woollen Mill.
do. for 1889-90 is included the sum of $7,126.41 aid to Quartz Mining.
do. for 1890-91 do $19,321.29 do.
do. for 1891-92, Discount and Commission, include $135,800.00, Discount on £200,000; Commissions, $26,484.66; and Stamp Duty, $6,031.25.
do. for 1892-93 are included the sums of $24,196.73 for Quarantine Expenses, and $13,113.71 for Provincial Exhibit at World's Fair, Chicago.
do. 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.
do. for 1893-94, Discount and Commission, include $53,995.05, Discount on £123,700, and Commission and Brokerage, $16,687.87.
do. for 1894-95, do. do.     $101,850.00,       do.        £420,000, do. do. and Stamp Duty, $65,661.71.
do. for 1899-1900, do. do.     $65,807.00, do. £340,000, do. do. do.        $41,600.13.
do. for 1900-1901 are included the cost of two Sessions, there being a special Session in July, 1900.
tProvince of British Columbia, Consolidation of/Premium on conversion of £181,400 Debentures, Loans of 1877 and 1887, into £241,060 l^oa a--, no
Public Debt -Total to SOth June, 1897 \ 3% Inscribed Stock j-*<KS»,3Dl.uu.
J. McB. SMITH,
Deputy Minister of Finance. r
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, 1903.
Dominion of Canada:—
Annual payment of Interest  	
Do. Subsidy  	
Do. Grant per capita 	
Do.        for Lands conveyed	
Land Sales 	
Land Reven ue	
Survey Fees	
llents, 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	
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)	
Deposits on account of Intestate Estates (receipts)
Do             it           Suitors' Fund            ..
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:
i.
214
67:
148
67.
12.
8
12:
Hi
75.
1.
5.
142.
205.
93.
71.
28.
78:
76:
4.
7.
27,
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
EXPENDITURE.
I.—Public Debt:—
Interest 	
* Sinking Funds (chargeable to Investment acc't.) as follows: ;-
Trustees' account, '' Loan Act, 1877 "	
Do       Interest invested, ,1 	
" Loan Act, 1877"	
Interest invested, u 	
"Loan Acts, 1891, '93, '95, '99 & 1902
Interest invested, 11 n
Premium and Exchange	
Discount and Commission	
Incidental Expenses of negotiating Loan, 1902	
t Redemption of Debentures (Loan Act, 1897)	
Do
Do
Do
Do
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 ,1	
Shuswap & Okanagan Railway payments (Act, 1890)	
Nakusp & Slocan Railway payments (Act, 1894)   	
1902-1903
1st July to
30th June.
8396,127 82
9,253 80
12,049 99
8,577 22
5,291 58
99,219 36
17,876 73
8 00
373,215 10
3,042 43
10,000 00
265,459 62
119,319 96
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
232,240 11
2,648 05
509,039 86
12,444 94
501,501 86
161,522 20
1,555,450 93
152,268 68
403,182 25
10,000 00
3,393,1S2 25
59,738 49
38,530 40
50,816 94
26,050 18
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.  3 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
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	
Contribution towards cost of Hamil Creek Road, Slocan Riding	
Payment of Municipal Debenture No. 1 by Richmond Municipality	
Refund of cost of special meetings of Licence Commissioners	
Coal-miners' examination fees	
Teachers' examination fees	
Official Scalers' Licences	
Notarial fees	
Sale of Voters'Lists	
Copies of documents and filing same	
Fees for preparing leases	
Surveyors' examination fees....    	
Fees for filing deeds of partnership	
Sale of maps	
Hire receipts   	
Search fees    	
Fees under " Water Clauses Act"	
Naturalization fees	
Coal mine managers' examination fees	
Refund of cost of cablegrams	
do arrest	
do prosecution	
Sale of " Acts ".	
Cattle brands	
Refund of part cost of burial expenses	
do      overpayment on vouchers	
Sale of log scales	
Unclaimed cheques, written off   	
Exchange on cheques 	
Refund of balance of incidental expenses from Coldstream School Trustees (school closed),
do ii Black Mountain     m n
do ii Lardo h n
do ti Sahtlam u n
do n Cayoosh Creek       n n
Balance of amount of defalcations	
Sale of steel tapes	
Mechanics' liens   	
Refund of cost of wintering stray cattle	
do       unearned premiums from Guarantee Company   	
Fees under " Live Stock Breeders' Act"	
do " Benevolent Societies Act"	
Cash belonging to escaped prisoners, confiscated	
Sale of savings from gold leaf	
Timber marks   	
Refund of cost of 25 High School Certificates	
Total.
Amount.
$8,933 58
4,850 00
4,000 00
1,400 00
913 46
814 00
640 00
575 00
650 00
446 22
444 75
320 00
306 00
274 00
224 35
206 95
202 40
200 00
184 36
175 00
116 57
103 64
79 50
77 75
77 75
75 00
62 90
62 50
60 92
40 91
85 35
15 35
11 00
10 00
5 75
23 32
20 00
18 50
17 50
15 63
32 0C
10 00
9 06
7 36
5 00
3 00
$26,646 32
Audit Office,
23rd November, 1903.
J. A. ANDERSON,
A uditor- General.  B 27
REVENUE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED 30th JUNE, 1903.
Return of Revenue Collected and brought to Account at the Treasury, from 1st July, 1902,  to 30th June,   1903.
Received
from
sundry
sources
at
Treasury.
Victoria
City
District.
South
Victoria
District.
North
Victoria
District.
Esquimalt
District.
Cowichan
District.
Alberni.
District.
Nanaimo
City
District.
North
Nanaimo
District.
South
Nanaimo
District.
Comox
District.
New Westminster
City
District.
Westminster
District.
Vancouv'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 of Receipt.
Yale
and
Ashcroft.
meen
and
Fairview.
Nicola.
Kamloops.
Okanagan
Cariboo.
Omineca.
Telegraph
Creek.
Skeena.
Atlin and
Lake
Bennett.
Dominion of Canada :—
Do.                   Subsidy                   35,000 00
308,184 66
$808,184 66
64,834 06
70,614 15
1,160 85
198 00
84,111 76
214,106 56
67,287 88
148,722 24
57,868 63
12,611 85
8,748 95
12,293 74
11,094 00
76,044 66
1,631 05
6,785 00
142,737 00
205,492 08
93,792 57
71,340 50
28,875 98
78,273 70
75,826 94
4,304 90
10 00
7,279 36
27,466 84
109 99
625 39
11,211 70
1,098 31
3,478 31
86,287 50
35,218 30
256 63
26,646 32
Do.                   Grantjper capita (on 178,657).  142,925 60
Do.                  Adjustment „ (arrears 1902).      1,108 00
Do              for Lands conveyed   100,000 00
Dominion Subsidv.
63 50
64 00
2,397 35
700 00
169 85
25 00
674 00
217 15
972 00
16 95
129 00
1,756 75
25 00
1,100 40
387 80
61 95
4,852 34
3,780 45
35 85
1,381 15
1,780 90
7,306 50
190 00
565 00
2,197 40
20 00
16,669 26
2,305 75
664 20
4 00
3.039 94
11.970 78
3,922 49
27,732 05
4,463 00
1,164 80
1,000 00
3 00
5,419 20
6,080 50
323 00
26 00
Land Sales.
17,880 00
120 00
12 00
560 00
55 50
578 50 I     1.712 75
Land Revenue.
50 00
47 55
Survey Fees.
144 00
4,212 80
Rents, exclusive of Land.
1,128 66
213,851 11
6,400 65
5,853 65
2,607 50
1,764 25
802 95
16,516 00
53,818 70
6,600 70
100 00
630 60
402 00
Timber Leases.
10 00
615 75
245 45
5,212 00
17,220 90
3,882 35
946 95
Timber Royalty and Licences.
1,098 75
3,665 45
733 10
82 50
1,673 00
1,998 45
867 50
5,574 00
3,406 70
1,172 50
520 05
855 25
2,320 20
1,722 50
1,188 50
2,673 50
7,118 55
2,412 50
264 50
2,032 50
2,134 26
1,005 00
538 75
54 27
544 25
1,051 25
1,092 50
242 00
158 00
1,184 60
2,803 40
1,965 00
608 50
4,658 06
10,836 95
13,828 78
1,934 65
30,721 92
61,479 98
13,289 40
652 20
1,091 12
100 00
2,597 40
8,804 90
10 00
830 00
27,129 00
39,698 37
11,748 65
8,783 34
4,585 03
66,283 23
3,865 25
24,103 05
2,425 00
405 00
309 60
1,280 05
30 00
369 00
Free Miners' Certificates.
210 75
776 00
694 00
10 00
610 00
49 09
238 75
3,700 00
137 00
429 50
2,042 50
452 00
13 95
2,48i 43
7,334 39
794 75
7,111 14
2 00
435 00
5,529 00
71 50
1.578 00         920 90
Mining Receipts General.
647 50
570 00
1,600 00
550 00
358 50
940 00
850 00
Licences.
200 00
1,127 92
1,017 30
3,610 00
15,619 60
262 50
Fines and Fees of Court.
3,773 17
3,737 05
2,294 25
86,490 07
Probate Fees.
105 00
66 30
Succession Duty.
31 60
15 60
373 10
145 00
206 50
360 00
4,056 00
3,087 73
2,872 36
62 70
49 80
24 95
572 50
105 00
17,565 00
16,762 59
7,816 94
9,387 88
15 00
38 10
17 50
360 30
6,437 70
25 00
116 00
3,477 00
6,771 47
3,238 91
887 50
287 12
48 29
95 00
67 25
28 00
166 00
2,034 00
10,581 12
2,024 56
199 05
17 00
106 50
73 50
536 25
225 50
50
2 00
19 40
68 00
Law Stamps.
Registry Fees.
755 80
15 00
16 25
45 00
4,818 00
5,964 15
416 74
3,233 48
99 20
1,466 35
30,147 83
62 55
'"206'ii
57 75
Sale of Government Property.
1,310 00
11,133 00
35 00
3,498 00
2,875 65
1,320 25
5,234 87
121 00
99 81
20 00
1.179 00
4..151 87
253 25
5,630 53
1 40
6 55
150 00
5,814 00
6,715 85
922 60
18,154 49
89 00
1,720 00
14,661 00
30 00
1,929 00
3,115 04
1,786 02
183 23
5 00
192 05
10 00
1,257 00
7,146 45
1,148 90
376 50
50 80
1,099 06
10 00
381 00
7,409 25
2,263 90
534 10
1,716 00
6,326 22
2,588 61
1,871 87
24 50
115 93
230 00
22,806 00
12,881 15
3,928 60
5,308 35
236 47
1,147 87
30,693 49
239 75
30 00
2,808 00
2,026 98
1,987 67
72 05
147 46
2,782 53
160 00
6,070 00
3,341 50
1,674 10
5,134 89
25 00
1,663 00
1,975 76
455 15
Marriage Licences,
1,047 00
24,209 81
739 25
1,380 95
876 00
5,698 03
528 30
913 55
20 00
1,383 00
16,082 54
879 85
3,111 85
573 00
4,780 04
180 62
858 22
15 20
246 00
126 70
107 50
83 80
189 00
12 81
104 75
Revenue Tax.
Real Property Tax	
12,402 00
1,350 00
Real Property Tax.
22,760 74
2,474 01
425 00
20,070 45
.Personal Property Tax,
Wild Land Tax	
Wild Land Tax.
Income Tax	
15,453 90
933 45
6,341 46
8 00
96 24
67 bi
Mineral Tax.
14,985 62
108 00
489 ii
107 30
Royaltv and Tax on Coal.
574 60
"ui'n
126 75
85 00
"74'62
18 75
319 60
335 54
70 60
104 00
63 ii
19 50
61 57
'"234'89
54 75
10 92
	
22 10
6 93
70 20
'"is9'is
44 55
1,447 76
1,659 05
821 51
57 75
"i99'i2
57 75
38 93
""io6'73
26 50
20 00
36 30
iis 66
35 25
50 05
10 00
173 22
48 75
30 84
787 85
31 18
159 80
8 25
Revenue Service Refunds.
"25,i62'80
109 99
625 39
11,211 70
1,098 31
1,426 31
86,287 50
35,218 30
212 50
23,151 37
"'6347
Tax Sale Deeds.
Commission and Fees on Sales for Taxes	
79 20
18 35
827 73
222 75
1,825 70
511 90
2 60
12 00
148 81
35 25
27 50
8 25
Registered Taxes (all denominations).
Bureau of Mines.
Hospital for the Insane.
Provincial Home.
1,671 00
43 50
80 00
42 70
8 60
206 30
Reimbursements in Aid.
Chinese Restriction (Act 1884, Dominion Statutes)
Interest on Investment of Sinking Funds.
7 64
6 20
6 00
30 29
446 10
Interest.
101 35
14 65
15,796 49
210 25
13,046 93
164 50
209 30
283 67
25 50
358 00
1 75
85 22
123 00
60 00
1,381 91
5 50
2 00
17 25
Miscellaneous Receipts.
743,049 79
98,788 00
29,279 63
8,934 39
27,352 53
34,911 31
13,111 01
51,396 36
106,052 17
26,950 39
82,146 27
64,726 72
13,698 91   27,034 27
18,467 00'   30,509 94
38,355 70
23,768 41
126,009 79
317,524 02
45,993 27
2,251 08
4,273 80
30,560 70
36,892 47
12,402 00
1,350 00
$2,044,630 35
$128,063 82
$48,244 35
$71,726 97
Audit Office,
23rd November, 1903.
J. A. ANDERSON,
Auditor-General. 3 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B 29
EXPENDITURE.
SUMMARY   OF   EXPENDITURE   FOR  THE  YEAR   ENDED
30th   JUNE,  1903.
[Period from 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.]
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     , 5232 240 11
Government House, Victoria       2 648 05
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves     509,039 26
Surveys     12,444 94
New Westminster Bridge (authorised by Act)   501,501 86
XIII.—Miscellaneous	
Total 	
Note.—Less the following payments,  which are included in the above Expenditure under " Public
Debt:"-
Sinking Fund Investments    $152,268 68
Redemption of Debenture No. 6, "Loan Act, 1897"       10,000 00
Net Expenditure	
Total
Expenditure.
$934,662 03
265,459 62
119,319 96
44,455 95
132,894 27
82,970 34
101,092 91
397,643 46
27,226 95
30,329 02
,267,874 22
161,522 20
162,268 68
$3,393,182 26
Audit Office,
23rd November, 1903.
J. A. ANDERSON,
A uditor- General.  3 Ed. 7       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B 31
DETAILED   EXPENDITURE.
STATEMENT showing the Expenditure, as brought to account in the Treasury
Department, on acaount of the Province of British Columbia, for the Fiscal Year
ended 30th June, 1903.
[Period from 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.]
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$   cts
Canadian Bank of Commerce, London 	
Do.
Glyn, Mills, Currie & Co
Do.
Do.
Canadian Bank of Com
meree, Victoria	
Glyn, Mills, Currie & Co.
Do.
Canadian Bank of Com.
merce, Victoria	
B. C. Loan Trustees	
Do. do	
Do. do	
Do. do	
Do. do	
Do. do.     	
Do. do	
Do. do.     .   ..
Do. do	
Do. do.     .  ..
Canadian Bank of Com
merce, Victoria	
Canadian Bank of Com
merce, London	
Glvn, Mills, Currie & Co,
Oo.                 do.
B. C. Loan Trustees	
Do. do	
Canadian Bank of Commerce, London 	
Do.
do.
I.-PUBLIC DEBT.
12 mos'. interest @ 6 %.
12 do. U
12 do. 3"
12 do. 3
12 do. 3
Vote No. 1.—Interest.
on 8462,690.00,
, 881,210.00
, 2,139,141.00
, 599,945.00
,   2,037,000.00
Loan Act, 1877
do. 1887
do. 1891
do. 1893
do.        1895
do.
do.
do.
3£
3
3
„ 50,000.00
„ 1,649,000.00
,, 3,496,850.00
do.
1897
1899
1902
Interest on overdraft.
Vote No. 2.—SinJcinff Fund.
2% 12 mos. ending 30th June, 1903, on S 462,690.00
do
do
do
do
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
381,210.00
2,139,141.00
599,945,00
2,037,000.00
1,649,000.00
3,496,850.00
Loan Act, 1877
do.      1887
Accrued interest on Sinking Fund Investments
do. do
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
1891
1893
1895
1899
1902
1877
188'
(Inscribed Stock) Loans 1891,1893,1895, 1899 & 1902
Vote No. 3.—Premium and, Exchange.
Exchange on draft to London     	
Vote No. 4.—Discount and Commission.
Commission on payment of coupons, Loans 1877 and 1887	
Annual charge for paying interest, inscribing and transferring stock, £600	
Stamps on Dividend Warrants, &c	
Commission on investments of Sinking Funds, \ % 	
Brokerage and stamps on investments of Sinking Funds  	
Autiiority "Loan Act, 1902."
Paid commission, &c., in London in negotiating Loan 1902, as follows:—
Sundry persons for guarantee, 1 % on £721,000, $34,968 50
Bankers' fee, J % on £721,000, 17,484 25
Woolston & Co.'s fee for management, J- % on £721,000, 8,742 13
Sundry brokers' fees on allotments, J % on £703,650, 8,531 76
Commutation Stamp Duty, f % on £721,600, 21,855 31
Sundry persons for rebate on prepayment of calls, at 2 % per annum,  2,891 85
94,473 80
Less premium on exchange from London on portion of Loan, viz.,
£532,817 remitted to Victoria, netted above par, 5,627 34
Discount on £721,000, Loan 1902, sold in London @ 92	
Carried forward	
27,761 40
17,154 45
64,174 23
17,998
61,110 00
1,750 00
49,470 00
104,905 50
9,253
8,577
21,391
5,999
20,370
16,490
34,968
12,049
5,291
17.S76
449 16
2,910 00
68 92
766 29
426 27
88,846 46
79,748 00
396,127 82
152,268 68
4,620 64
921,619 60 B 32
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$ cts.
Joan O. Dunsmuir .
Canadian Bank of Com
merce, London	
R. B.Powell..
W. Baylis	
T. D. Roberts.
Hon. J. Dunsmuir
Hon. E. G. Prior..
Hon. R. McBride..
Roberta Nason
Hon. W. W. B. Mclnnes
A. Campbell Reddie ...
J. K. Worsfold	
H. S. T. Henderson	
W. U. Runnalls	
A Holmes . .
D. Graham ..
F. Tatham ..
H. Murray...
J. Bartlett...
J. Northcott.
R. Lewis ....
W. H. Bailey
P. Fraser	
H. Davis . ..
R. Lewis ....
F. Tatham ..
W. H. Bailey
H. Murray...
W. Davis	
A. Manson ..
Do
Hon. E. G. Prior.
Hon. R. F. Green
W. F. Robertson.
R. F. Tolmie	
Brought forward	
I.—PUBLIC DEBT— Concluded.
Vote No. 5.—Medemption of Debentures.
Redemption of Debenture No. 5, " Parliament Building Equipment Act" .
AutJiority " Loan Act, 1902," Incidental Expenses re Flotation
of Loan, 1902.
Paid for advertising prospectus of Loan	
do. stamps and cablegrams     	
do. addressing and mailing prospectuses   .....    	
do. printing	
do. notarial fees	
do. legal expenses	
do. cheque book and cable transfers	
II.-CIVIL GOVEB.NMENT (SALARIES).
Vote No. G. —Lieutenant- Governor's Office.
Private Secretary  12 months @ $100
Messenger     3       n 25
Do     8       ii 25
Vote No. 7.—Premier of the Province.
Premier (1st July to 20th November)    Vk months @ $83 33
Do.      (21st November to Slst May)    6J       ., 83 33
Do.      (1st to 30th June)     1 n 83 35
Typewriter and Stenographer 12 n 50
Vote No.  8.—Provincial Secretary's Department.
Provincial Secretary (1st December to 31st May)      6 months @ $333.33
Deputy    do.   12 months 175
Chief Clerk      12 „ 126
Clerk     8 ii 75
do     4 ,, 75
(Capitol Huildings' Attendants.)
Chief Janitor   12 months
lanitor  12
Do  12
Do  12
Do      9
Do     1
Do    10 mos. 24 ds.
Do	
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
(Extra services during sickness of Janitor).
29
23
20
22
12
i days,
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
2
1
1
1
1
80
75
2
Carpenter  12 months
Engineer     12   u
Do.       (Extra services)    4 days
Vote No. 9.—Department of Mines.
Minister of Mines (1st July to 30th May)  11 months @ $333.33
Do. (4th to SOth June) 27 days 333.33
Provincial Mineralogist  12 months 333.33
Deputy Minister of Mines (19th October to 30th June)     8 „ 12 d. 150
Carried forward 	
2,520 30
139 40
119 30
221 76
6 46
30 55
5 66
3,042 43
934,662 03
1,200 00
75 00
200 00
388 87
527 78
83 35
600 00
2,000 00
2,100 00
1,500 00
600 00
300 00
1,080 00
720 00
720 00
720 00
540 00
60 00
646 45
176 00
54 20
58 00
23 00
20 00
22 00
12 00
960 00
900 00
8 00
3,666 65
300 00
4,000 00
1,292 00
9,258 65
921,619 60
10,000 00
1,600 00
16,294 65 3 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B 33
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$  cts.
M Richardson
W Engelhardt
II Carmichael.
D Whittaker.,
S Norman
J McGregor..
T Morgan	
A Dick	
Hon. J D Prentice
Hon RG Tatlow..
J McB Smith	
C R Nairne	
J Flett 	
H Finlayson	
S H O'Dell	
J H Dixon	
J A Anderson ...
HAS Morley .
D Irwin	
S McB Smith....
W U Runnalls ..
J D Wells	
W J Goepel	
J R Anderson.,
A Mackay	
T Cunningham.
J Gibbins	
S F Tolmie
Hon WC Wells.
Hon R McBride.
WSGore	
W McNeill ....
B H John ..
T E Wooldridge
S Phipps .......
H Cathcart	
T C Boulton....
G V Cuppage. ..
W Gordon	
E B McKay	
T Bamf ord	
C M Roberts ...
A Gore	
G Goddard	
A Stewart	
F C Gamble
H C Killeen .
C H Cookson
A Hood ....
C M Fawcett
W V Goddard
R F Child ...
Brought forward	
II.-CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES)-C<m«i»iwe<?.
Vote No. 9.—Department of Mines.—Concluded.
Secretary  12 months @ $110
Clerk      12 ., 80
Assayer and Chemist  12 n 125
Assistant Assayer      12 n 50
Caretaker  12 n 50
Inspector of Mines ...     12 h 150
Do  12 ,, 150
Do  12 i, 150
Vote No. 10.—Department of Finance and Agriculture.
(Treasury.)
Minister of Finance (1st July to 30th May)  11 months @ $333.i
Do.                  (4th to SOth June)  27 days "    333.33
Deputy Minister of Finance  12 months 200
Clerk   12          „ 115
Do   12           ,. 115
Do.   and Typewriter   12           l( 75
Do.           Secretary  12           .. 100
Do.     i,       12          „ 75
(Audit Office.)
Auditor-General  12 months @ $200
Auditor   12
Clerk  11
Do  9
Do  2
Do  1
Inspector of all offices  12
(Agricidtural JBrancJi.)
8d.
22 ii
150
115
80
170
Deputy Minister of Agriculture  12 months <ti> $125
Typewriter  12 n 45
Inspector of Fruit Pests  12 n 120
do Animals   12 n 100
Assistant Inspector of Animals  12 t, 80
Vote No. 11.—Lands and Works Department.
(Lands JZranch.)
Chief Commissioner (1st July to 27th May)  10 months 27 dayi
do                  (3rd to 30th June)  28     ' i
Deputy Commissioner 12 months
Secretarv         12 n
Chief Clerk  12
Book-keeper  12 n
Clerk of Records  12 n
do   and stenographer  12 , ■
do      12 „
do      12
do      12 ,,
Chief Draughtsman     12 11
Draughtsman  12 m
do                12 „
do   12
do             12 „
Clerk and messenger  12 ■■
@ $333.33
333.33
P   200
125
160
110
95
95
95
95
90
120
110
100
75
45
40
(Works Urancfi.)
Public Works Engineer   12 months @ $200
do Inspector    12
Draughtsman  12
Clerk ,,  12
Typewriter  12
Messenger        \\
do         10
Carried forward.
160
100
75
45
20
13 d.   20
9,258 65
1,320 00
960 00
1,500 00
600 00
600 00
1,800 00
1,800 00
1,800 00
3,666 65
300 00
2,400 00
1,380 00
1,380 00
900 00
1,200 00
900 00
2,400 00
1,800 00
1,265 00
877 20
262 80
SO 00
2,040 00
1,500 00
540 00
1,440 00
1,200 00
960 00
3,023 5.
322 20
2,400 00
1,500 00
1,800 00
1,320 00
1,140 00
1,140 00
1,140 00
1,140 00
1,080 00
1,440 00
1,320 00
1,200 00
900 00
540 00
480 00
2,400 00
1,800 00
1,200 00
900 00
540 00
30 00
208 40
16,294 65
29,564 17
91,989 12 B 34
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$  cts.
91,989 12
II.-CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SAL\KIES)-Continued.
Vote No. 12.—Attorney-General's Department.
Hon DM Eberts, K 0...
Hon A E McPhillips, K C
Attomev-General (1st July to Slst May)  11 months @ §333.33
do             (5th to 30th June)  26 days (a)         333.33
3,666 65
300 00
2,700 00
1,200 00
1,080 00
120 00
360 00
540 00
0 C Bass	
H Crane	
Clerk  12          ,,           90
do                                  9           .,             40
Clerk  12           „            45
F C Davie	
10,026 65
Vote No. 13.—Land Registry Offices.
(Victoria.)
S Y Wootton	
Clerk  12          M          100
do                                 12          ii           90
2,400 00
1,740 00
1,200 00
1,080 00
960 00
960 00
960 00
900 00
1,200 00
480 00
E M Fort	
do                               12           "             80
J S Byrn	
do    .                               12           ii             80
R B Punnett	
do       12           "             80
do                                   12           H             75
M Miller	
W Wilson	
H L Nuttall	
(Vancouver.)
T 0 Townley	
2,280 00
1,500 00
900 00
1,080 00
960 00
720 00
F W Hartley ..
H J Sharp	
V J R Christian ..
do                             12          'i           90
do                              12           "             80
S F Hone .
do                                    12           ii             60
(New Westminster.)
CS. Keith	
C E Holt	
1,800 00
1,500 00
1,200 00
RTF Granger
Clerk.                        12          n          100
(Kamloops.)
WH Edmonds	
1,800 00
1,440 00
600 00
E W Morris 	
Clerk  12           ii             50
(Nelson.)
H F MacLeod 	
J H Nolan	
Clerk..                      12           "            80
1,800 00
1,200 00
960 00
31,620 00
Vote No. 14.—Commissioner for arranging Freight Rates.
R M Palmer	
1,800 00
Vote No. 15.—Commissioner of FisJteries.
J P Babcock	
3,000 00
Vote No. 10.—Timber Inspectors.
R J Skinner	
1,560 00
1,020 00
1,200 00
"Vote No. 17.—Legislative Library.
3,780 00
E 0 S Scholefield	
1,080 00
540 00
Carried forward	
1,620 00
142,215 77 3 Ed. 7       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B 35
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   ets.
$   cts.
E H Bamford	
GW Power	
J Sweeney	
J Peck	
S Baxter	
T Goldie 	
G O Madigan	
R E Gosnell	
J B McKilligan
C Booth	
TB Hall	
C W Jenkinson
WO Carter	
J Maitland-Dougall
G Thomson	
A L Smith	
J B Thomson	
J P Powell	
J. Baird	
M. Brav   	
M. Bate	
J. Sage	
D. Robson	
J. Mahony	
S. A. Fletcher	
G C. Fisher	
J. B. Kennedy	
Brought forward	
II.-CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).-Continued.
Vole No. 17.—Legislative Library.—Concluded.
Stenographer  12 months @ $35
Messenger    3 n 30
do             7 ii 20
Vote No. 18—Steam Boiler Inspection.
Chief Inspector  12 months @ $135
Inspector, Vancouver Island  12           h 100
do       New Westminster  12           it 100
do       Nelson     12           „ 110
Vote No. 19.—Statistical Bureau.
Statistician and Secretary  12 months @ $175
Vote No. 20.—Surveyor of Taxes and Inspector of Revenue.
Surveyor and Inspector  12 months @ $175
Vote No. 21.—Assessor's Office, Victoria.
Assessor (1st July to 31st May)  11 months @ $150
do     (9th to 30th June)  22 days 150
Assistant Assessor  12 months 130
Clerk  12 ,, 80
Vote No. 22.—Administrative Staff, Cou'icJian Agency.
Government Agent and Assessor  12 months @ $100
Vote No. 23.—Administrative Staff, ladysmitJi. Agency.
Government Agent  12 months @ $100
Vote No. 24.—Administrative Staff', Alberni Agency.
Government Agent and Assessor   12 months @  $95
Clerk     1 ,,       "    50
do      overtime, $11;   7 n 28 d.   50
Vote No. 23.—Administrative Staff, Comox Agency.
Government Agent and Assessor   12 months @ $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, Near Westminster Agency.
Government Agent, New Westminster  12 months @ $150
Assistant   do u   12 ,, 100
Clerk, 11   12 11 90
Assessor and Collector, ■■   12 ,, 120
Assistant   do n  ,  12 ,, 90
Carried forward	
420 00
90 00
140 00
1,620 00
1,200 00
1,200 00
1,320 00
142,215 77
1,650 00
110 00
1,560 CO
960 00
1,140 00
50 00
405 10
1,560 00
1,380 00
600 00
1,800 00
1,200 00
1,080 00
1,440 00
1,080 00
6,600 00
2,270 00
4,280 00
1,595 10
1,200 00
3,540 00
167,040 87 B 36
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$   cts.
J. J. Johnston	
W. A. Dashwood-Jones..
W. L. Fagan	
G. A. Bissell	
H. K. Dunn	
H. Brooke	
J. E. Griffith . .
C. E. Hamilton
P. C. Lang . ..
J. Bulman	
J. F. Armstrong .
L. W. Patmore	
A. C. Nelson.....
G. Goldie	
J. F. Smith	
H. S. Clark	
F. G. T. Lucas ...
F. A. Tannhauser
J. A. Turner.....,
R. A. Renwick..   .
H. Wright	
F. W. Laing	
T. Henderson
C. D. Blackwood..
J. Harwood	
E. N. Murphy
W. N. Rolfe	
do	
E. E. Chipman	
A. Lucas	
C. C. Daley	
R. J. Stenson	
H. P. Christie
A. Mclnnes	
J. Kirkup	
J. E. Hooson	
E. Job 	
W. G. McMynn ...
J. S. Birnie	
S. R. Almond	
W. R. Dewdney ..
F. Fraser 	
W. E. McLauchlin
W. D. Armstrong.
E. Edwards	
N. Lee	
C. H. Rider	
W. Scott	
Brought forward	
II.-CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SAL&niES).-Continued.
Vote No. 27.—Administrative Staff, Neiv Westminster Agency.-
Concluded.
Clerk,
Janitor,
Assessor and Collector
Clerk,
do
do
New Westminster
12 months @ $85
12
12
12
Sd.
75
120
80
80
Vote No. 28.—Administrative Staff, East Kootenay Agencies.
(Northern Division—Golden Agency.)
Government Agent  12 months @ $135
Clerk  12           n             65
Mining Recorder and Assessor  12           u            90
do                            ii       Windermere  12           n             75
(Southern Division—Fort Steele Agency,)
Government Agent  12 months @ $135
Mining Recorder  12          11            80
Assessor and Collector  12           n            SO
Clerk  12           ii             65
do      12           ii             60
do  12           ii             50
Typewriter  4          n           30
do          8          i.           SO
Vote No. 29.—Administrative Staff, West Kootenay Agencies.
(Nelson Agency.)
Government Agent  4 months @ $135
do                    8           i.            136
Mining Recorder  12          n          120
Clerk  12           n             75
do      5           ,i 23 d.   75
do      6           ii    8d.   75
Janitor  12           h            50
Mining Recorder, Creston     8           ii             90
do                       i.          1            .. 26 d.   75
do                       ,,          2           ii             90
(Slocan Agency.)
Kaslo  12 months @ $135
Government Agent,
Mining Recorder and Assessor,
Clerk,
do
Mining Recorder, Slocan City
do New Denver
12
12
12
12
12
120
75
60
90
90
(Rossland Agency.)
Government Agent  12 months @ $150
Mining Recorder  12 n 90
Clerk  12 ii 85
(Greenwood Agency.)
Government Agent, Greenwood  12 months @ $125
Clerk,   12 ii 60
Mining Recorder,      Grand Forks  12 u 90
Clerk, ii   12 ii 60
(Revelstoke Agency.)
Revelstoke  12 months i
Government Agent,
Mining Recorder,
Clerk,
do.
Janitor,
do. i,      1
Mining Recorder, Nakusp  12
.    9
       2
   12
5 mos. @ $20;   6
lid.
18 d.
$135
85
85
65
30
25
90
Carried forward.
1,020 00
900 00
1,440 00
960 00
720 00
178 66
1,620 00
780 00
1,080 00
900 00
1,620 00
960 00
960 00
780 00
720 00
600 00
120 00
240 00
540 00
1,080 00
1,440 00
900 00
430 64
469 36
600 00
720 00
140 00
180 00
1,620 00
1,440 00
900 00
720 00
1,080 00
1,0S0 00
1,800 00
1,080 00
1,020 00
1,500 00
720 00
1,080 00
720 00
1,620 00
796 20
223 80
780 00
280 00
25 00
1,080 00
167,040 87
10,380 00
20,065 00
215,304 53 3 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B 37
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$   cts.
215,304 53
II.-CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALA&mS).-Continued.
Vote No. 30.—Administrative Staff, Cariboo Agencies.
(Barkerville Agency.)
1,800 00
1,020 00
120 00
J. L. B. McLain	
(Forks Quesnel Agency.)
W. Stephenson 	
J. Mackay	
Government Agent ..    12 months @ $110
(Omineca Agency.)
1,320 00
648 00
1,140 00
F. W. Valleau	
1,500 00
7,548 00
Vote No. 31.—Administrative Staff, Cassiar Agencies.
(Telegraph Creek Agency.)
J  Porti
1,500 00
(Atlin Agency.)
2,100 00
1,140 00
1,440 00
285 00
1,140 00
855 00
95 00
76 61
1,500 00
788 50
1,000 00
431 45
H. Young	
Clerk,                           ,,     12          „           95
Clerk,                             ,i           3           n            95
do                                ,.         9          ,,            95
W. J. Rant	
Clerk,                                           ...    8          h 9 d.    95
T. D. DesBrisav...	
W Dalby
do.                           3          nl4d. 125
(Skeena Agency.)
1,500 00
13,851 56
Vote No. 32.—Administrative Staff, ICamloops Agency.
G. C. Tunstall	
1,560 00
1,260 00
150 00
450 00
540 00
C. J. Bunbury	
3,960 00
Vote No. 33.—Administrative Staff,   Vernon Agency.
1,500 00
1,100 00
100 00
900 00
18C 00
H. P. Wilmot.
do                         1           ,,          100
C. E. Costerton	
T. Hunt	
Clerk   12           „            75
3,780 00
Vote No. 34.—Administrative Staff, Fairview Agency.
C. A. R. Lambly	
1,320 00
1,020 00
2,340 00
Vote No. 35.—Administrative Staff, Clinton Agency.
F. Soues	
C. Phair 	
1,500 00
1,440 00
2,940 00
249,724 09 B 38
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
J, W. Burr ,
W. Dodd ...
G. Murray.
H. Hunter.
F. Clarke	
D. Falconer	
J. Orr	
M. O'Keefe	
A. Crocker 	
R. Mackenzie....
T. S. Milligan	
M. Langley	
M. Heathfield	
V. Symonds	
S. Carroll	
H. Martyn	
A. Anderson	
G. B. Martin	
E. Mallandaine ..
W. G. Finder....
W. E. Green	
F. M. Philips . ..
C. M. Fawcett ...
J. Colquhoun....
H. N. Howard ...
S. McB. Smith.   .
E. M. Nuttall....
K. E. Fraser	
W. TJ. Runnalls..
C. S. MoKilligan .
J. D. Wells	
F. L. Wilmer	
E. Blygh	
A. M. Jones	
H. MacMartin ...
J. Kennedy	
H. C. Major	
H. J. McColl	
A. H. E. Beckett
T. L. Turnbull...
E. F. G. Richards
H. Brooke	
H. D. Morten....
J. Orr	
E. M. Buck	
H. B. Cameron . .
M. G. Haddon ...
W. G. Paxton....
R. E. Crawford.
C. D. Blackwood
J. C. McLennan .
F. Revely	
C. Revely	
A. E. Thomas	
C. S. Rashdall ...
N. Taylor	
A. W. Edge	
F. T. Abey	
J. H. Price	
M. Urquhart ....
H. Rye	
J. M. Murray	
J. P. Davis	
Brought forward	
II.-CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).-CV»i,M»Metf.
Vote No. 30.—Administrative Staff, AsJicroft Agency.
Government Agent, Ashcroft    12 months @ $110
Mining Recorder and Constable, Yale     12 it 80
Vote No. 37.—Administrative Staff, Nicola Agency.
Government Agent     12 months @ $100
Vote No. 38.—Administrative Staff, Similkameen Agency.
Mining Recorder     12 months @   $90
Vote No. 39.—Temporary Assistance.
Services
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ii ii ii 34
„ 11
5 mos. 12
11
11
3 mos.   9
Provincial Secretary's Department,
Bureau of Mines,
Audit Office.
Agricultural Department,
Lands and Works Department,
Assessor's Office, i
Attorney-General's Department, i
Educational Department, i
Printing Office, i
Revenue Inspector's Office, .
Various Departments, Victoria, (overtime, $16.70) a
ii n ii 13.50 6 mos
ii ti typewriting      	
i 2
, 25
, 119
i 1
, 49
i 1 mo.   6
48Jd. @$4; 4
i 14
35 days @
3 mos. 15
typewriting
i 8
i 2 mos. 12
1    i,    23
i 5
, 8
5    ii      7
9
davs (ii $1.25
2.50
mos. @ 45
days (Ut 40
mos. @ 40
„      75
davs C«> 80
1.60
1.50
2
2
2
%
75
3.50
4
$-0 a month.
days® 75
days.
days (i
115
2
2
mos. @ 40
„      80
24 d. (ffi 80
Government Office,
Assessor's Office,
Land Registry Office,
Machinery Inspector's
Assessor's Office,
Government Office,
N. Westminster,
ii     1 mo.
Office, ii 4 mos.
Vancouver,
ii 3 mos.
Duncan, 3 n
Revelstoke,
Atlin,
Rossland,
Nelson,
New Denver,
Trout Lake,
Clinton,
Ladysmith,
Nicola,
Kaslo,
53 days @ 3
41 ' ,i 3
(a $60; 49 ,, 3
56 „ 2
10 mos. @ 45
147 days Cat 2
48 ' „
73
41
2
2 mos. @
3
grapher 	
4 days (i
i w50;
60;
2.50
2.50
2
2.50
75
i $90 a month,
62days® $2.50
30 days @ $75 a month.
4 mos.      75        ii
12 day
5
22
Ii
4
1
6
4
1
5
6
*2.50
2.50
2.50
3
3
3
3
2.50
1.25
2.25
2.50
39 days <ffi $70 a month.
Carried forward.
1,320 00
960 00
357 SO
85 00
495 00
224 05
440 00
825 00
266 66
72 00
3 00
50 00
238 00
2 00
98 00
88 00
208 00
56 00
90 66
268 27
6 00
15 00
191 65
203 15
10 00
16 00
418 65
360 00
656 70
580 16
68 15
49 80
159 00
123 00
207 00
112 00
450 00
494 00
120 00
422 50
262 00
5 00
150 00
285 00
15 60
12 25
155 00
73 23
300 00
30 00
12 50
55 00
22 50
12 00
3 00
18 00
10 00
1 25
11 25
15 00
89 45
2,280 00
10,048 83 254,284 09 3 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B 39
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$  cts.
BUT Drake...
A Keast  	
W P Marchant.
H W H Combe
G Mackay
J W Bland	
E Bayntun	
J Kennedy	
GAS Potts
J Gilbert	
C R Blake   ....
J J Cambridge..
E O Malins	
C Calbick	
A EBeck	
JC Dockerill...
A DKing	
W Murray	
A Robinson	
S B Green	
F S Dobson	
T E Whitehouse
F Evans	
ETHSimpkins.
T A Mills	
F Schofield	
II R Townsend..
F Tappen	
H O'Neill	
H Stanton	
GW Chadsey...
E J Seovil	
Brought forward	
IL—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARmS).-Concluded).
W. J. Green	
Vote
Services in Gover
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No. 39.    1
C. W. G. Browning	
H. C. Flewin	
J. C. Tunstall	
F. Bell	
"
F. A. Tannhauser	
G. E. Stephenson	
F. Bell	
"
J. P. Powell  	
„
Temporary Assistance.—Concluded.
Kaslo,     4 mos. 28 days (ffi $70 a month.
Slocan City,
Port Simpson,
Vernon,
Fort Steele,
Quesnel Forks,
Fairview,
Alberni,
Fernie,
Cumberland,
15 days (ffi   75
27 days (ffi $2.50
12
18
4
3
2.50
1.25
S
2.50
3 months 2 days, 50
4 mos. (ffi $60
3        ,i       60
III.-ADMINISTRATION OP JUSTICE (SALARIES).
Vote No. 40.—Supreme Court and County Ctnivts.
(Victoria.)
District Registrar, Supreme Court  12 months (ffi $166.1
Deputy          ii                     i.              12          n 110
Clerk"            ,.                     i,             12           „ 60
Registrar, County Court ,.    12          it 125
Stenographer to Judges  12          n 50
Usher  12          „ 80
Janitor  12          11 60
Engineer  12          n 65
Official Stenographer     3           rt 112
do                       9          ,, 112
Elevator Attendant   12          tt 45
(New Westminster.)
Registrar, Supreme and County Courts  12 months. @
Clerk.
Janitor and Messenger.
12
$120
55
50
(Vancouver.)
Registrar, Supreme and County Courts  12 months (ffi
Dep. Registrar,       n n   12 n
Clerk    12 ,,
do
Stenograjiher	
Janitor	
do      	
do      	
Official Stenographer.
(Nelson.)
Registrar, Supreme and County Courts.
Dep. Registrar,       it h
12
12
12
12
12
12
12 months (ffi
12 „
¥106.66
90
65
60
50
60
60
50
112
$110
65
$ioo
95
50
50
(Rossland.)
Registrar, Supreme and County Courts  12 months (ffi
Dep. Registrar,       n ti   12 ■■
Janitor     4 n
do          8 i,
(Nanaimo.)
Registrar, Supreme and County Courts  12 months (ffi $100
(Chilliwhack.)
Registrar, County Court  12 months @   $50
(Peterborough.)
Registrar, County Court  12 months (ffi   $25
Carried forward	
10,048 83
2,000 00
1,320 00
720 00
1,500 00
600 00
960 00
720 00
780 00
330 00
1,008 00
540 00
1,440 00
660 00
600 00
■',000 00
1,080 00
780 00
720 00
600 00
720 00
720 00
600 00
1,344 00
1,320 00
780 00
1,200 00
1,140 00
200 00
400 00
1,200 00
600 00
28,888 00
254,284 09
11,175 53
265,459 62 B 40
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$   cts.
E M N Woods .
FCLang..
Vote No. 40.—Supreme and County Courts.—Concluded.
(Atlin.)
Registrar, County Court  12 months (j* $125
(Golden.)
Registrar, County Court Arrears
P S Lampman .
A Henderson ..
H O Alexander
G Pittendrigh .
W N Bole	
E Harrison ....
J A Forin	
E J Seovil	
C F Cornwall.,
J T Walbran...
W W Spinks...
L R Forbes
A Leamy	
F S Hussey	
F R Murray	
D G Cox 	
W Allan	
D Campbell	
A Blockley	
A M Ego	
A Lucas   	
F G Heal	
C A Cox	
J H Kvarno	
G N S Fraser	
W Poole	
W H Bullock-Webster..
J T Black	
C Cameron	
G Cunningham	
D J Darraugh	
I A Dinsmore  	
A D Drummond	
A Forrester	
F R Morris	
J Wilson	
C W Young	
G Summer	
F C Campbell	
H W Barnes	
R A Upper	
L R Forbes	
J Snell	
J H MoMullin	
W J Devitt	
T Smith	
W Woollacott	
S HHoskins	
H F M Jones 	
H Berryman	
J Kirby	
R B Halhed	
H Mclndoo	
V W Stewart	
D Stephenson	
E Hodgson    	
J Thomson	
J McMillan	
R A Hume	
A W Lane	
G Cassidy	
Stipendiary Magistrate,
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Brought forward	
III.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (SALARIES).- Continued.
Vote No. 41.—Stipendiary Magistrates.
32
 12
    12
 12
 12
   12
 12
    12
 12
     5
   12
2 months
41.66
41.66
20.83
20.83
41.66
41.66
41.66
33.33
41.66
41.66
41.
41.66
Vote. No. 42.—Provincial Police.
Superintendent of Provincial Police, Victoria  12 months (ffi $165
Sergeant,                           "                         "         12          u 90
Constable,                          n                         t.        12           n 70
do       (night watchman, Parliament Bldgs.), Victoria.. 12           n 70
Esquimalt   12           „ 65
Port Renfrew  12           „ 15
Mayne   12           h 65
Van Anda     12          .t 65
Saanich  12          .. 60
Alberni   12           n 65
Ucluelet   12           „ 30
Rivers Inlet  12          „ 65
Metchosin     .12          tt 60
Chief Constable, Nelson  12           „ 110
Constable, New Denver    12           ,, 60
do       Athalmer  12          ,, 70
do       Greenwood  12          n 65
Phoenix  12          ,, 65
Grand Forks     12           ,t 70
Moyie  11           .. 70
Ymir     7           t, 70
Cranbrook   12           m 70
Creston     12           it 70
Nelson   12           11 75
Comaplix  12          n . 75
Trout Lake  12           „ 85
Fernie     1 mo. 5 days 75
Revelstoke  12 months (ffi 65
Chief Constable, Kimberley         1           n 70
Constable, Trout Lake         12           ., 65
Chief Constable, Fernie     7 m. (ffi $60,5 m. 90
Constable, Trail  12 months @ 25
do       Vancouver   12           n 10
Alert Bay     12          ,, 60
Kimberley         7 m. (ffi %^, 5 m. 70
Shoal Bay  12 months (ffi 80
Port Essington  12           „ 65
Hazelton  12         n 65
Chemainus  12           . i 65
Nanaimo  12          11 68
  12           t, 60
Wellington  12          ,, 76
Extension  12          „ 60
Union  12           „ 65
Clinton   12           „ 05
Lillooet     8 mo. 7 days @ 65
Mission       12 months (ffi     60
Ladysmith      12           „ 60
Carried forward	
do
do
do
do
do.
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
300 00
500 00
500 00
250 00
250 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
400 00
500 00
60 00
500 00
208 30
600 00
1,980 00
1,080 00
840 00
840 00
780 00
180 00
780 00
780 00
720 00
780 00
300 00
780 00
720 00
1,320 00
720 00
840 00
780 00
780 00
840 00
770 00
490 00
840 00
840 00
900 00
900 00
1,020 00
87 26
780 00
70 00
780 00
870 00
300 00
120 00
720 00
805 00
960 00
780 00
780 00
780 00
816 00
720 00
912 00
720 00
780 00
780 00
535 10
720 00
720 00
30,688 00
36,195 35 35,856 30 3 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B 41
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$   ets
36,195 35
720 00
180 00
946 00
300 00
S40 00
780 00
720 00
840 00
840 00
715 00
840 00
876 00
900 00
780 00
780 00
600 00
780 00
780 00
400 00
720 00
1,140 00
1,080 00
1,200 00
540 00
450 00
650 00
400 00
300 00
300 00
325 00
280 00
195 00
160 31
60 00
940 65
139 35
660 00
35,856 30
III.--ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE ISALAUmS).-Continued.
Vote No. 42.—Provincial Police.—Concluded.
do       Mt. Sicker ■.  12          „            15
C S Campbell	
—
H S Rose	
J A Nesbitt	
W L Fernie    	
do       Kamloops  12          „            70
do       Ymir  12          „            70
do      150-Mile House...                12          n           50
R Pyper	
0 T Hance 	
J F Sayre	
A C Minty	
do       Fort Steele        8           n            50
G J Walker	
do       Atlin     12           „            95
do       Wells  12           „           100
W Owen    	
H W Heal     	
Constable, Golden     0           n            50
do       Port Simpson  10           tt             65
HC Flewin	
W C Winkel	
do       Golden!     2          „ 14 ds. 65
Vote No. 43.—Juvenile Reformatory, Victoria.
Warden  10 mos. 14 ds. (ffi $90
Vote No. 44.—Administrative Staff',  Victoria Gaol.
Warden  12 months (ffi $100
A P Walker	
57,611 66
J M Mutter 	
W J Bowden	
1,740 00
R F John	
1,200 00
912 00
816 00
476 00
912 00
678 00
240 00
J Mellon ..
3rd   do     .                  7          n           68
1st Guard  1.2          ,.            76
2nd   do       1 mo. (ffi $66.00, 4 mos. (ffi $34.00,    7           ,,             68
J H Mason	
R E John	
Vote No. 45.—Administrative Staff, New Westminster Gaol.
Convict Guard    ...    12           .,            76
do                9           ii            68
5,234 00
W G Armstrong	
H Marshall	
A Turnbull	
J Burr	
1,200 00
912 00
816 00
912 00
612 00
780 00
240 00
R B Kelly	
M Beatty	
do              12          ii            65
Vote No. 46.—Administrative Staff, Nanaimo Gaol.
5,472 00
1,140 00
912 00
780 00
650 00
Gaoler  12          ,,            76
do              10           t,            65
3,482 00
109,395 96 B 42
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
?      Ct8.
109,395 96
III.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (.SALARlY.8).-Concladed.
1,200 00
912 00
840 00
840 00
840 00
R E Lemon	
Vote No. 47.— Administrative Staff, Nelson Gaol.
Warden  12 months @ $100.00
Gaoler  12          „            76
do     '  12          ,i            70
do      12          ,,            70
do      12          ,,            70
Vote No. 48.—Administrative Staff, Kamloops Gaol.
Warden  12 months (ffi $100.00
Gaoler  12           t,             80
do      12          „            70
do               12           i,             65
Vote No. 48a.—Administrative Staff, Vernon Gaol.
Warden     2 months (ffi $100.00
Gaoler      2          ,.            76
Guard     2           n            65
IV.-LEGISLATION.
A McDonell	
4,632 00
J W Hutchison	
A P Dupont	
1,200 00
960 00
840 00
900 00
780 00
R Bell	
4,680 00
A G Fuller	
200 00
152 00
130 00
130 00
T Swift	
012 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
400 00
350 00
175 00
175 00
175 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
119,319 96
Hon C E Pooley	
Vote No. 49.—Sessional Salaries.
T Fell	
Clerk                                            	
8 Creed	
do                                                                             	
H Dack	
do                                                                                               	
F Flett	
do                                                                                         .                               	
L Godfrey	
do   	
H Hartnell	
do                                                                                             	
do   .                                                     	
P Smith	
do                                                     	
Vote No. 50.—Indemnity to Members.
3,595 00
30,400 00
5,200 00
Vote No. 51.—Mileage.
H W H Combe
Vote No. 52.—Registration of Voters and Revision of Voters' Lists.
125 00
93 75
110 00
66 00
12 00
1 75
66 00
9 ll
50 00
B G Walker	
L Cumberbatch	
do                         ti                             ii               67 days @ $50 per annum ...
533 60
39,728 60 3 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B 43
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
ets.
P Purvis	
W Robson   . .. .
R Grubbe 	
J Auchterlonie
S Roberts
J Maxwell	
A Inglis	
R Wright	
R Andrews
R Mills	
E Lee	
W E Harrison .
W S Beckwith .
T Haggart	
RP Wallis	
J Dowry  	
T J Richards	
R Gear	
W J Walker	
T Hellier	
J Leask     	
T G Wilson	
T Bryant	
R Pringle	
Nanaimo Free Press ..
H P McDowell	
W S Beckwith	
F Frederickson	
P Morrison	
Trustees Parksville sch
D W Rolands	
S M Stevenson	
D J McRae	
WE Potter	
J Hannah	
PInskip	
J Wardle	
P Lyons   	
M Beattie   	
G B Armstrong...
H S Cleasby	
C E Thomas	
G McCullough	
W Holmes	
H J Baker	
H V Inskip	
S Macartney	
T W Hearne	
G Nicholls
O N Hamerton	
W H A Van Alstine
F C Inskip	
EGO Hopkins   ...
E Restall	
A Brookiield	
G Howarth	
P Russell	
WDodds    	
W Higginbottom ..
Cook & Co	
W Smith	
F J Boulter	
Ashcroft Journal...
W S Beckwith	
M P Stewart	
Brought forward	
IV.—LEGISLATION.—Continued.
Vote No. 53.—Expenses of Elections.
North Victoria Bye Election.
Returning Officer, $50; posting proclamations, etc., $5 ; distributing and collect,
ing ballot boxes, $58.50	
Deputy Returning Officer, $10; expenses delivering ballot boxes, $5	
do 10 „ ii 2.50	
do 10 ,,       $5	
do 10 ,, 5	
do 10 „ 3	
Poll Clerk, 5 „ 2.50	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Election Clerk 3 days @ $3
Freight and expressage on ballot boxes	
North Nanaimo Bye Election.
Returning Officer, $50; expenses, $3.20	
Deputy Returning Officer, $10; expenses delivering ballot boxes, $5 ,
do    " 10 t. .. 5
Poll and Election Clerk	
do 	
Poll Clerk	
do 	
Fitting up Wellington booth, stoves, tables, etc	
Meals	
Horse hire for Returning Officer posting proclamations	
do       delivering ballot boxes	
Printing ballots	
Rubber stamps, ink and pads	
Freight and expressage on ballot boxes	
Expressage on ballot boxes	
Rent of booth	
Cleaning out school	
West Yale Bye Election.
Returning Officer, $175 ; expenses, $150.
Deputy Returning Officer.
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
rent of hall, $2.50.
rent of room and expenses, $6.50 .
$6 ; rent of office, $7,
$6 ; rent of hall, $4
$6; erecting booth, $2.75	
Poll Clerk	
do       	
do       	
do       	
do       	
do       	
do       	
do       	
do       	
do       	
do       	
do       	
do
Election Clerk	
Rent of store, fuel and light 	
do      room	
Fuel	
Printing ballots	
Expressage	
Conveyance, Ashcroft to Nicola and return, carrying ballot boxes.
Carried   forward.
113 50
15 00
12 50
15 00
15 00
13 00
7 50
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
9 00
2 00
53 20
15 00
15 00
15 00
6 00
5 00
5 00
6 00
3 00
18 75
11 00
8 00
36 00
50
25
25 00
3 00
325 00
6 00
8 50
6 00
6 00
6 00
12 60
6 00
6 00
13 00
0 00
6 00
10 00
6 00
8 75
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
8 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
8 00
20 00
10 00
5 (10
2 00
20 00
25
125 00
39,728 ' B 44
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$  cts.
M W Waitt & Co	
F Tatham	
R Lewis	
W S Beckwith	
E Blyg-h	
E M Earle	
W M Davie	
Shore & Anderson ....
J R Stark	
H Richardson	
D Spencer	
H Young & Co	
H E Levy	
H Martyn   	
M&H A Fox	
Waites Bros	
Times Ptg and Pub Co
G Winter	
D O'Hara	
P Jamieson	
W J Cole	
N Grimmer	
C F Beaven 	
McCaul & Deacon	
Bodwell & Duff	
C C McCaul   	
A M Jones	
CPR Co's Telegraph .
R Wolfenden	
K A S Scholefield .
J L McCulloch  ...
W Richdale	
J Pottinger..	
F Partridge	
F Shakespeare	
E Cameron	
R W Clarke	
R Butler	
W W Baines	
D T Ballantyne ...
WH Cullin	
J Hall	
R Holloway	
G W Wrigley	
R W Clanton	
W J Johnston	
L H Borde 	
W H Clarke	
G Neill	
J Wilby	
J C McNeill	
A Proctor	
M Holness..;....
L Cullin..	
M Wilson	
M Merrill	
E E Harte	
W Spurrier	
Fay List	
Brought forward.
IV.-LEGISLATION-Concluded.
Vote No. 54.—Co7itinffent Fund.
Rent of two Typewriters for Session 1903	
Cleaning out Legislative Hall	
do 	
Expressage on Register of Votes  :....
Stenographer, reporting speech of mover and seconder of Address.,
do re Chimney Creek Investigation	
do
do
Committee Rooms .
.50 days @ $2.50
Loan of chairs at Opening of Legislature	
do during Session	
Paid for Ushers	
Doorkeeper and Janitor    	
Table linen and napkins	
Towels and dusters    ....
Allowance as caterer for Lunch Room, (54 days @ S5.00 ; Sundries, $8.00...
Washing towels     	
Knives and scissors              	
Replacing keys, locks, etc	
Daily copies   	
Hack hire at Opening of Legislature	
Car tickets, etc  	
Doorkeeper	
Page	
do   	
Secretary Private Bills Committee      	
Preparing memoranda re Columbia and Western land grant inquiry
Mr. Duff, Counsel re do do
Counsel for the Hon. W. C. Wells re        do do
Stenograx»her (on account) re do do
Telegrams do do
V -PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE.)
Vote No. 55.—Printing Office, Victoria.
(Staff.)
King's Printer and Controller of Stationery.
Clerk	
Stenographer and Proof-Reader	
Mail Clerk	
Foreman	
Compositor	
do        	
do        	
do 	
do        	
do 	
do        	
do        	
do        	
do 	
do        	
do        	
do        	
Apprentice	
Foreman of Press-Room
Pressman	
do      	
do       	
Apprentice	
Folder and Stitcher	
do 	
do,
do 	
do
Janitor    	
Printers' overtime	
. Arrears, $80.00
80
  4^ days @ $3.50, $15.75
. Arrears, J day @ $3.50, $1.75
   Arrears, $10.00
.Arrears, $80.00
15A davs @ $1; overtime, $5.75 ;
 4 days @ $1.25, $5.00 ;
12 months @
12    „
12    ,,
12    „
12    ,.
12
12
12    t.
12
12
12    „
12    ,i
12
12
12    ,,
2 mos. 23 ds.
; 1 month
1
12    „
12
12
12    ..
; 12   . ti
12
12    ,.
12
8    tt
11
2 mos. 25 ds.
12 months @
$180.00
75
50
60
120
90
90
90
90
90
80
80
80
80
80
80
20
120
80
80
80
40
40
30
25
35
25
50
Carried fc-rward.
58 76
6 00
6 00
50
38 80
120 50
125 00
123 00
51 25
3 50
6 00
142 00
122 00
15 75
326 00
35 00
83 40
15 75
12 20
40 00
2 35
75 00
40 00
40 00
75 00
60 00
1,300 00
500 00
200 00
3 40
2,100 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
1,040 00
1,040 00
221 35
95 75
81 75
250 00
1,440 00
960 00
960 00
1,040 00
480 00
480 00
360 00
221 25
390 00
70 85
600 00
453 30
24,284 25
40,828 80
3,627 15
44,455 95 3 Ed. 7       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B 45
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$  cts.
R T Williams
G S Carr ....
C E Janes...
W Smith ....
G H Morse ..
WW Laing..
K Merrill	
E Turner	
American Type Fndry Co
W S Beckwith ....
B C Electric Railway Co
J W Butler Paper Co
California Ink Co . ..
Colonist Ptg and Pub Co
Canadian Pacific Nav Co
H M Customs	
A Cowan & Sons, Ltd....
The Columbian Co  	
Dodwell&Co	
Daily Province	
Esq & Nan Railwav Co..
Erskine, Wall & Co .     .
Fuchs & Lang Mnfg Co .
M&H A Fox	
Gt Northern Express Co
Gt Northern Railway Co
Hamilton Mnfg Co	
Henderson Bros	
Hinton Electric Co	
L Hafer	
T N Hibben & Co	
J Heaney	
R Hoe&'Co	
Inland Printer	
Jaenecke Ptg Ink Co....
Miller & Richard ..,
J L Morrison	
P McQuade & Son. .
Northern Pacific Exp Co
Oswego Machine Works.
Peden Bros	
G Powell & Co	
E G Prior k Co, Ltd ...
RP Rithet & Co, Ltd..
Reid & Goodman	
J Richmond & Co	
Toronto Type Fndry Co
Victoria Book & Sta Co
Weiler Bros	
Wetter Numbering Mche
Windsor Grocery Co
J West	
A W.yon	
F Wesel Mnfg Co ...
R Wolfenden	
do	
II Young & Co	
A Holmes	
J Imbert	
O D S Scholefield ...
II Stevenson	
W Duncan	
H Martyn	
Brought forward	
V.-PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAIN TENANCE).-C<m*mwe<l.
Vote No. 55.—Printing Office, Victoria.—Continued.
Book-binding BrancJi.
Staff.)
Foreman  12 months @ $110.00
Ruler   12 ,, 85
Finisher     7 mos. 19 ds. 80
Forwarder  12 months 75
do            3 ti 50
do            9 ,i 50
Folder and sewer  12 i. 35
ii     12 i, 30
Printing   Brandt.
Maintenance.
Total salaries of staff.
Type	
Expressage on ink, paper, etc .
Motor power	
Paper.
Ink and stamp gloss	
Paper, printing tax sale notices for Gazette, knife grinding, etc.
Freight on paper, ink, etc	
Duty.
Paper 	
Printing tax sale notices for Gazette.
Freight on paper :   ....
Printing tax sale notices for Gazette.
Freight on ink, type, paper, etc	
Oil, soap, brooms	
Ink .
Cord	
Expressage on type, etc	
Freight on paper	
Press boards, etc	
Alcohol, etc	
Armature, installing same, etc.
Machine parts and repairs	
Paper, etc	
Drayage on paper	
Tape.
Windsor Grocery Co .
Buntin & Gillies	
Subscription	
Ink	
Type, feed table, etc	
Wire and knives	
Rope, oil, etc	
Expressage on ink and type
Knives .
Set of tyres for messenger's bicycle.
Granite mugs '	
Tools	
Freight and expressage on ink and paper.
Ink, brushes, etc	
Washers for hydraulic press 	
Tweezers, etc	
Paper.
Cutting strips	
Springs	
Oil, soap, etc	
Removing rubbish	
Repairing and re-cutting dies ,
Type.
Allowance for overtime during Session	
Paid for rags &o	
Cotton and sheeting    .
Washing towels	
Unpacking paper  5   days (9 $2.50
   Ii       ,i        2.50
   4|       „        2.50
   5J-       „        2.50
   5J        „        2.50
Book-Binding Branch.
(Maintenance.)
Flour	
Paper	
Carried forward    .
24,284 25
1,320 00
1,020 00
610 65
900 00
150 00
450 00
420 00
360 00
29,514 90
98 16
12 75
298 09
866 64
104 25
281 00
53 55
1,102
8,775 56
84 45
887
40 00
196 07
83 09
38 50
1 15
95
15 81
49 34
3 75
718 75
317 95
50 75
63 25
2 40
2 50
191 25
1,018 35
35 20
54 42
6 25
28 70
12 00
1 20
60 00
3 65
299 04
25 57
10 90
189 65
10 00
1 80
10 25
133 00
80 60
3 50
100 00
17 90
319 64
24 00
12 50
3 75
11 25
13 75
13 75
2 50
493 54 B 46
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June 1903.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
cts.
The Arabol Mnfg Co ....
Vic. Term. & Sidney Ry.
E B Marvin & Co	
Weiler Bros., Ltd	
Brown Bros, Limited  ...
Bonestell & Co 	
Ritchie & Easson	
Dodwell & Co	
W J Gage & Co	
R E Thome    	
Erskine, Wall Co	
P McQuade & Son	
L Haf er       	
G A Roedde      	
Clarke & Pearson	
J Muirhead	
R Wolfenden	
Gane Bros	
H M Customs	
Findlay, Durham &Brodie
E & N Railway Co	
R P Rithet & Co	
Colonist P & Pub Co   ...
H Young & Co...   	
J L Shoemaker & Co	
Henderson Bros	
Harrild & Sons	
J Richmond & Co	
Northern Pacific Ex Co..
J W Butler Paper Co ...
H Bostock	
J P Burgess	
R Wardfc Co	
Can Pacific Nav Co	
Hinton Electric Co	
G. B. Ritto	
B. C. Chemc'l Supply Co.
Henderson Bros	
Colonist Ptg. &Pub'g. Co.
Hall Mining & Smelt'gCo
Victoria Gas Co	
H. Nieter	
Andrews & Dodds	
F. Norris & Sons	
Office Specialty Mfg. Co
Weiler Bros	
B. A. Paint Co	
Leeming & Co	
Hon. E. G. Prior	
Victoria Machin ery Depot
E. G. Prior & Co	
Baird & Tatlock	
Eimer & Amend	
Technical Supply Co	
Hohe Engraving Plate Co
J. Dean	
L. Haf er	
Nesbitt Electric Co	
Fleming Bros	
H. Carmichael	
R. W. Raymond	
T. N. Hibben & Co	
R. Maynard	
A. Murchie	
Challoner & Mitchell	
R. Lettice	
Muirhead & Mann	
Brought forward	
V.-PUBLIC  INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).-C<meim*etf.
Vote No. S3 .—Printing Office,  Victoria.— Concluded.
Book-binding Brandt.—Concluded.
Maintenance).—Concluded.
Glue	
Freight on binders' cloth    	
Twine   	
Moulding, etc	
Leather, cloth	
Cloth	
Binders' cloth	
Freight on paper	
Paper, leather, gold leaf	
Book-binders' material	
Flour ,	
Brushes, etc	
Repairs to machinery, etc	
Binding books	
Tin plates	
Mounting maps, etc	
Paid for glass	
Leather	
Duty	
Freight on press	
do strawboard, paper, etc..
do book-binding material..
Leather, knife-grinding	
Duck and silesia	
Ink, leather buffing, etc	
Gum arabic, alcohol	
Book-binding implements	
Hydraulic press and fixtures	
Expressage on leather, etc	
Paper 	
Leather	
Blocks and boards	
Strawboard, etc	
Freight on strawboard, leather, etc.
Repairing heater	
Vote No. SO.—Bureau of Mines.
(Maintenance.)
12 months services in Assay Office, etc	
Chemicals and apparatus	
do m 	
Covers and lithographing	
Use of Smelter Laboratory, 7 days, for Assayers' Examination .
Gas	
Typewriter	
Gasoline	
Repairing cases	
Fixing cases	
Frame, pans	
Methylated spirits	
Duty and brokerage	
Paid for stenographic services .
Tools and repairs	
Tools and hardware	
Readjusting bullion balance.. .
Assayers' apparatus, scorifiers.
Books 	
Plates, engraving	
Freight 	
Brass pipes, etc	
Electric coil, batteries	
Photographers' supplies	
Paid travelling expenses re Assayers' Examination, sundry repairs, freight, etc
Books 	
do     	
Lantern plates, etc	
Photographs	
Clock and repairs	
Paint, glass, brushes, etc.
Lumber	
Carried, forward.
17 29
2 65
4 20
3 80
310 68
8 50
SS 45
86 00
648 43
78 20
2 40
10 25
20 65
57 45
2 00
35 40
50
154 50
394 40
39 25
103 07
51 53
21 60
357 70
194 03
13 SO
63 34
318 95
3 90
97 75
51 50
29 95
97 15
44 75
600 00
310 67
168 94
149 00
25 00
171 25
12 15
36 00
2 75
18 50
16 95
8 50
31 95
45 50
36 41
75 72
26 91
127 71
7 00
44 70
9 00
31 10
39 70
267 25
419 26
9 00
5 15
22 65
4 00
10 40
40 15
56 01
28 49,6 3 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B 47
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$   cts
J. Sommer	
Vic. Bk. & Stationery Co
Pacific Transfer Co...
W S Beckwith	
J Frederickson	
Victoria Transfer Co .
J Piercy & Co	
Victoria Chemical Co
Geo Survey of Canada
T R Marshall	
T Kiddie	
BC Photo Eng Co...
E Ardley	
Richards & Co.......
W F Robertson .	
Soc of Chemical Industry
W Allan	
The Stan Calorimeter Co
Baker & Co	
W Wilson	
Thomson Stationery Co
J Fannin	
F Kermode...
E M Anderson
D Withrow	
A Brooks	
E G Prior & Co	
J Johnston	
J King	
E S Shrapnel	
G Morison & Co	
P McQuade & Son	
Fell &Co	
R Maynard	
Hudson's Bay Co	
W S Beckwith	
M Heathfield	
Fell & Co	
F Sylvester	
F Kermode	
Hutcheson & Co	
A & W Wilson   	
D E Campbell	
Hickman, Tye H'ware Co
W J Anderson 	
Weiler Bros   	
Vic Book & Stationery Co
G H Manchester, M D.
C E Dohertv, M D	
M J Knight	
R Rees	
H Stout   	
E B Stinchombe	
W T L House	
J Hughes.	
J D Hopkins,	
E Fitzgerald	
Brouqht forward	
V.-PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).-Continued.
Vote No. 56.—Bureau of Mines.—Concluded.
(Maintenance).—Concluded.
Moulding 	
Books, journals	
Expressage	
do        	
do        	
do        	
Ore sacks   	
Sulphuric acid	
50 copies map of Canada	
Services and expenses as examiner at Assayers' Examination and assisting with
Minister of Mines Report	
Services and expenses as examiner at Assayers' Examination	
Cuts	
Repairing Micro rock sections	
Aluminium scoops	
Paid J. A. Fraser for samples of black sand	
One year's subscription to Journal	
Services in Assay Office	
One calorimeter	
Platinum crucible	
Elbow	
Book	
Vote No. 57.—Provincial Museum.
(Staff.)
Curator  12 months @ $120
Taxidermist  12 u 75
Assistant  12 it 50
Total salaries of Staff..,
(Maintenance.)
12 months' services in museum	
Eggs, skins, birds	
Tools, etc	
Books	
Expressage	
Painting fish	
Scissors, shellac, ammonia	
Benzine	
Brooms, soap, soda	
Cork, thread, sheepskin	
Alcohol	
Expressage	
Preparing specimens	
Pearline and sapolio	
Glue crusher	
Expenses re dredging expedition	
Cheese cloth 	
Repairing gluepot	
Chloroform  	
Tools  	
Walnut case  	
Table	
Scrap book	
Vote No. 58.—Hospital for the Insane.
(Staff.)
Medical Superintendent  12 months @ 8208.33
Assistant do  12 n 83.33
Bursar  12 ,, 100
Steward  12 .. 80
Engineer  12 ,. 75
Farmer  12 ,, 60
Gardener  12 „ 60
Carpenter  10 M 60
do            2 ii 50
Plasterer and mason  12 ■■ 60
Carried forward	
2,829 28
8 15
92 05
25 45
2 25
50
2 50
4 60
4 20
3 75
297 30
15 00
228 78
9 20
3 85
3 00
6 15
40 00
71 00
14 15
6 25
3 65
1,440 00
900 00
600 00
2,940 00
480 00
30 50
5 45
3 00
60
9 00
4 75
2 26
6 85
11 60
67 04
5 00
100 00
] 15
7 50
15 00
7 00
50
60
10 20
32 00
3 60
4 60
2,500 00
1,000 00
1,200 00
960 00
900 00
720 00
720 00
600 00
100 00
720 00
9,420 00
49,688 57
3,670 96
3,747 69
57,107 22 B 48
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
3 cts.
Brought forwa
V.-PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE)
Vote No. 58.—Hospital for the Insane.-
(Staff).—Concluded.
Cook	
do      	
do             	
do             	
do             	
do             	
rd.   ...
9,420 00
570 00
660 00
570 00
600 00
690 00
570 00
600 00
600 00
600 00
540 00
540 00
540 00
540 00
472 50
540 00
522 58
525 00
540 00
426 67
467 09
360 00
480 00
480 00
480 00
46 16
320 00
325 48
32 00
402 50
827 50
52 27
57 99
105 45
44 41
78 75
26 00
37 80
17 60
390 00
191 93
133 00
326 42
329 60
244 00
20 62
133 75
106 32
145 97
55 00
1 94
360 00
144 00
120 00
282 00
35 80
720 00
.—Continued.
-Continued.
12 months  @ $47.50
12           ,,             55
12           ,i             47.50
12            ii              50
12            ,i             57.50
12           ii             47.50
12           ,,             50
12           ,,              50
12           ,,             50
12           ,,             45
12           ,,             45
12           ii             45
12           ii             45
10J         n             45
12           n             45
11 mos. 19 ds. @ 45
7 ,,                     45
12 ,,                     45
10 ,i      20   ,i      40
11 ,,     21    ii      40
9   ,,                     40
12 ii                     40
12    ,,                     40
12    ii                     40
1   M       4    „      40
8 ,i                     40
6 ..     12   „     40
1 ii                     32
2 ..                     40
1    n                     40
1    ,i      26    ii      28
1    ii                     30
1 n                     32
10    ii      30
2 „        3   ii      37.50
21    n      37.50
1 ,,        6    ii      32
14   "     37.50
12    ,,                     32.50
5    ,,      15    ,i      35
4 ,,     13    ,i      30
7 ,,     17    ii      30
5 „                     SO
8 n                     25
25    ,,     26
5    ii      10    ,i      25
3 ii                     22
5    ,i     26    ,,     25
2 ,i                     27.50
2    ii      30
12    n                     25
12    ,i                     12
12    ,i                     10
9 ii     12    ,i     30
1    ,,       6    ii      30
12    „                     50
;al salaries of Staff....
T Mayes	
0 Wilkie	
Maria Filmore	
J B Foster	
W F Johnson 	
J F Strang	
E A Thomas	
J Pumphery	
do 1 month @ $40; 4 @ $42.50, and
T Wright	
do             	
do             	
do             	
E Bell
do             	
do             	
do                      	
C W Zwick	
do             	
do                	
A McNeely	
do                	
GW Henry	
do               6 months @ $35 ; 3 months @ 837.50
do                         5         ii           35; 3         i,           37.50;
do              	
do              1 month @ $28
THall	
CHReid	
do              1 month @ $28 ; li         ii       30
do              1          ii       28
do             	
C A Alfred
-
do                      	
S N Cartwright	
do            	
Mary Huff	
do                           1 m. @ $25 ; 3 m.  13 days @ $27.50
do              5 m. 15 days @ $25 ; 1 m. 16 days @$27.50
do                      	
do                                           	
do                1 m. 3 days @ $18 ; 1 m. @ $20
do                	
do                      	
do                    	
Relieving attendant and tailoress bonus $60
do                                               	
W F Beggs	
Tailor bonus $120
To
Provisions.
27,946 90
5,570 30
6,401 37
689 32
3,131 07
1,553 91
1 00
5 25
1 00
3,755 32
38 66
-     315 85
49,409 95
Fuel and Light.
Carried, forward
57,107 22 3 Ed. 7       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B 49
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$   cts.
Cunningham Hrdwre Co
G Adams	
Shaacke Machinery Co..
Hinton Electric Co...
City of New Westminster
D S Curtis & Co	
Dockrill & Bourne ...
J F Hartz Co	
Humane Restraint Co
J Stevens & Sons	
Royal Hotel	
Hotel Guichon	
Leland Hotel	
J E Phillips	
W S Collister & Co...
BC Leather Co. .. .
Cunningham Hrdwre Co
W S Collister & Co ...
J A Lee	
R F Anderson & Co ..
Cunningham Hrdwre Co
HT Kirk	
Royal City Planing Mills
Galbraith & Son	
Victoria Glass Co	
Standard Furniture Co.
Bursar, Central Prison .
J McNeely	
Shelton & Co	
Ontario Rubber Co	
Desrosiers & Slater	
G Adams	
W E Fales	
R F Kirk	
G H Manchester, M D. .
C Roberts	
MacMillan Co	
W M Goodchild ..,	
Blackstone, Son & Co ...
Evolution Publishing Co
Clarke Co	
G H Manchester, MD...
S B Sparrel	
John Hopkins Press	
Medico-Legal Journal...
L T Davis, M D....
G E Drew, M D....
R E Walker, M D ..
JRWilliams, MD .
GH Duncan, MD..
D La Bau, MD	
H Robertson, M D..
W F Drysdale, M D.
0 Morris, M D	
G Sanson, M D	
RL Fraser, M D... .
A Poole, M D	
Brought forward	
V.-PUBLIC  INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).-Continued.
Vote No. 58. - Hospital for the Ttxsane.—Continued.
Fuel and Light. —Concluded.
Steam hose, oil,
Coal oil, etc	
Fire bars, etc .
Electric lamp ..
etc.
Water.
Water supply.
Medicines and Surgical Appliances.
Medicines, etc	
do 	
Surgical appliances ,
Buckles	
Elastic stocking
Stimulants	
do 	
do 	
Clothing, Boots and Shoes.
Underclothing	
Serge, flannel, cotton, etc	
Leather and shoemakers' supplies .
Tailor's square	
Furniture, Stoves, Bedding, etc.
Blankets, sheeting, tick, etc	
Carpets, mattresses, window shades, etc.
Hardware	
do       	
do       	
Mirrors and lumber	
Lumber	
Mirror plates, table tops, etc	
Chairs, stools, mirrors, etc	
Asylum beds   	
Window blinds, linoleum, etc	
Rugs	
Rubber sheets and blankets	
Douche pans	
Crockery, brooms, etc	
Chairs, pillows, etc	
Repairing furniture	
Paid for engravings and paintings	
Library.
Sundry books	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do (paid for)	
Subscription to Windsor Magazine	
do American Journal of Insanity.
do Medico-Legal Journal	
Miscellaneous.
Examining 5 persons as to sanity
do
6
do
4
do
5
do
4
do
3
do
3
do
2
do
i
do
2
do
2
do
2
Carried forward.
171 11
52 35
27 20
9 00
403 84
6 00
63 45
4 16
87
3 51
3 5C
1 00
974 80
586 04
143 96
2 40
942 86
456 65
94 00
66 17
28 65
90 00
54 45
43 66
98 10
182 00
40 00
24 00
69 00
11 10
134 46
17 80
1 35
6 76
7 50
3 50
19 00
1 75
5 00
60 00
46 68
2 47
5 00
3 00
25 00
30 00
20 00
25 00
20 00
15 00
15 00
10 00
20 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
55,562 86
57,107 22 B 50
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
L N McKechnie, MD..„
G W Boggs, M D	
J A L McAlpine, M D...
J W Cross, MD	
C A Tunstall, MD	
A P Proctor, M D	
H Watt, MD	
T Turnbull, MD	
B WF Boyce, MD	
JESpank'ie, MD	
J ESchon, MD	
S Clarke, M D	
A J Stuart, MD	
C P Higgins, M D	
R J Hawkey, MD	
W D Brydone-Jack, M D
HE Langis, MD   	
S A Ross, MD	
WORose, MD	
E JRothwell, MD	
C A Elliott, M D  	
H J Wasson, M D	
J F Carruthers, M D ...
EHS McLean, MD	
J T Carroll, MD	
H G Williams, M D ....
L J O'Brian, M D	
MS Wade, M D	
HPMillard,MD	
C A Staples, M D	
Holmes & Hacking	
Davies & Smith	
G H Manchester, MD..
W H Bullock-Webster..
D H Anderson	
WOwen	
H Hunter	
JCTunstall	
S H Hoskins	
W Woollacott	
A Forrester	
R A Hume	
R A Anderson	
L Forbes 	
E C Simmons	
GWThomas	
G J Johnston	
J W Hutcheson	
J O Manger	
WH Kinney	
J McMillan	
W D Palmer	
P Glerup	
J W Burr	
BG Nicoll	
W Miller	
CS Campbell	
H F M Jones	
T D DesBrisay	
D McKinnon	
W Taylor	
W M Brown	
A W Lane	
H Mclndoo	
BG Nicoll	
P Glerup	
C A Strong	
WMiller	
R A Anderson	
W D Palmer	
W A Colton	
J Smith	
H Ogleston	
T Bruce   	
J Peters	
Brought forward	
V.-PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).-Co«.M»«(ed!.
Vote No. 58.—Hospital for tJie Insane.—Continued.
Miscellaneous.—Continued.
Examining 2 persons as to sanity	
dn
2
do
2       i
do
2       ,
do
2       ,
do
2       i
do
1       i
do
1       ,
do
1
do
1
do
1        ,
do
1
do
1       ,
do
1        ,
do
1        ,
do
1        ,
do
1
do
1
do
1
do
1
do
1        i
do
1        ,
do
1        ,
do
1        i
do
1
do
1        ,
do
1        ,
do
1        i
do
2       ,
do
2       ,
expenses, $3.50 .
Services as dentists	
do 	
Paid for transport of patients to the:
Fares, meals, beds, etc., as constable
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Special constable in charge of insane
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
@ $4; expenses, $5 ...
@   4 i, 2.50.
r homes in Montreal and England.
escorting patients to Asylum	
person .
Carried forward      59,750 08    57,107 22
55,562 86
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
8 50
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
13 00
10 50
20 60
8 00
1,498 50
343 55
241 50
220 75
155 25
116 65
106 60
93 00
79 95
78 90
77 60
56 62
55 85
44 90
43 25
41 16
35 60
35 35
32 80
34 40
30 00
29 06
29 00
25 85
24 90
23 25
20 30
18 50
16 00
3 00
1 60
12 95
120 00
82 5C
45 00
40 00
15 0C
10 OC
6 75
5 00
5 00
3 75
3 00
57,107 22 3 Ed. 7 Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B 51
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
©   cts.
F Nunns 	
D T Huson	
J E Miller	
E S Bate	
C Maxwell	
H J Twiddle	
D Lawson  —
HA Christie, MD	
A P Proctor, M D	
Vancouver Transfer Co..
F A Lee	
W C Bennett	
C Thompson	
Joseph & Morgan	
Central Livery Co	
Seton Lake Steamboat Co
Rockwood Asylum	
G H Manchester	
D Murchie	
W E Fales	
Brackman & Ker Co	
G Adams	
Cunningham H'ware Co.
R F Anderson & Co.  ...
T A Muir & Co	
D S Curtis & Co	
B C Packers' Association.
H R Ives	
T J Trapp & Co	
H T Kirk	
J A Lee	
G Cunningham & Son...
L McQuarrie	
T Ovens	
Brunette Saw Mill Co ...
Deane Steam Pump Co..
Draper Mnfg Co	
J Pope 	
A Forrester	
Cariboo Trading Co	
" Columbian "	
Postmaster, N Westm'str
Brunette Saw Mill Co ..
J Leduc	
G Adams	
J Lim	
Brackman & Ker Co	
J Cameron	
D S Curtis & Co	
S Abram	
J Bryson 	
Murphy & Cowan	
S J Davidson	
A C Foster & Co	
J Thompson	
B C Packers' Association
Galbraith & Son	
Albion Iron Works	
Steam Launday Co ,
Gutta Percha & Rub'r Co
A L Laverv	
C S Campbell	
Peterborough TradingCo
Tyee James	
T A Norris	
Fernie Cartage Co	
C Summers	
Office Specialty Co	
J Stevens & Co	
City Market	
Steele, Briggs Seed Co
M J Henry	
W C Chamberlin	
J Addison	
E E Graham	
Brought forward	
V.-PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).-C<m*i™*etf.
Vote No. 58.—Hospital for the Insane.—Continued.
Miscellaneotis.—Continued.
Special Constable in charge of insane person	
do ir 	
do ii 	
do ii 	
do m 	
do ii 	
do ii 	
Professional services attending lunatic	
do i. 	
Hack and buggy hire	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Hire of steamer conveying lunatic to Lillooet	
Maintenance of J. L. Barry, a lunatic convict, 12 months.
Paid freight, duty, gratuities, etc	
Funeral expenses of 15 patients   	
do 1       ii        	
Hay, straw, grain, etc	
Tobacco, soap, pearline, etc	
Oil, cement, etc   	
Clothes baskets, lines, etc	
Shaving soap, etc	
Toilet paper, soap, combs, etc	
Ice.
Hardware	
do       	
do       	
do       	
Chains and blacksmithing	
Horse, buggy and harness	
Shoeing horse, etc	
Lumber	
Brass piston rod	
Globe waives	
Clothing	
Allowance for clothing destroyed	
Messenger and telegrams to Alkali Lake .
Printing and subscription  	
Rent of drawer  	
Manure   	
do     	
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Collar, straps, harness, etc	
Harness and repairing harness .
Buggy rug, etc	
Pig .
Storage of hogs	
Plugs for boilers	
Stove plate, etc	
Laundrying linen	
Fire extinguishers	
Roach exterminator	
Paid attendant and meals of insane person .
Meals of special constables	
Expenses as witness re insanity of Indian..
Meals supplied to insane person	
Expressage of effects of insane person	
Horse hire, searching for lunatic	
Labels, etc	
Skull	
Seed potatoes	
Garden seeds	
Grass seed and bulbs	
Repairing clocks	
Services as pianist	
Tuning pianos	
Carried forward.
59,750 03
2 50
2 50
2 50
2 50
2 60
2 50
2 50
3 00
2 60
15 00
10 00
9 00
6 00
2 50
1 00
12 00
168 00
158 30
239 60
22 50
535 29
883 67
66 33
40 49
19 70
66 73
77 25
30 14
74 00
7 50
5 60
13 61
250 00
36 25
174 88
14 33
25 00
6 50
1 50
6 75
14 00
6 00
14 00
10 50
8 50
6 60
6 00
5 50
2 50
1 50
50
14 25
7 50
9 56
35 00
5 65
3 25
12 46
288 00
50 75
5 80
11 00
1 55
2 60
2 75
2 50
2 00
8 00
9 00
20 00
22 56
7 57
2 00
24 00
4 00
63,377 49
57,107 22 B 52
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$   cts.
E Derville	
H Morey & Co	
MacKay Southon Co
Rev R Lennie	
H McLean.
M McLean.
J Tait	
S Brown...
J Parsons. .
F Mathews
E Hyde ...
T Cochrane
McLean & Co	
J Beaton 	
Hudson's Bay Co	
J R Hull & Co	
J F Barber	
PBotta	
J Milton	
City of Kamloops	
City of Kamloops	
A P Proctor, M D	
MS Wade, M D	
C A Tunstall, M D	
A E Edgar, M D	
Mallery Drug Co	
J H Clements	
Hudson's Bay Co	
J B Gerry	
Hudson's Bay Co	
L Quinn	
M P Gordon	
Shotton & McClugham..
E G Prior & Co	
J M Benzie	
JP Dill &Co	
Hudson's Bay Co -
W Hargreaves	
C King	
M Logan	
G C Russell	
J S Holloway	
A Meiss	
B C Express Co	
CPR Co	
L Norris	
Brought forward	
V.-PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).-C<m«i™«etf.
Vote No. 58.—Hospital for the Insane.— Concluded.
Miscellaneous.—Concluded.
Expenses giving concert	
Magazines, etc	
Rubber stamps, with paper baskets, etc	
Services during absence of medical superintendent	
Vote No. 59.—Provincial Home, Kamloops.
(Staff.)
Superintendent
Matron  12
Nurse and attendant     6
do      5
Cook     2
do       10
Fireman 12
Assistant fireman     5
12 months @ $ 65
40
26 ds. 40
40
40
40
20
Total salaries of Staff.
Provisions.
Groceries.
do
do
Meat	
Bread ....
Milk	
Fuel and Light.
Coal and Wood .
Light	
Water.
Medicines, etc.
Professional attendance on inmates .
do n
do
do
Medicines	
do       	
Stimulants ...   	
Services as dentist	
Clothing.
Clothing	
Repairing shoes
Furniture, Bedding, etc.
Chairs, mattresses, carpet, linoleum, etc .
Refrigerator, cups, etc   	
Pans, dishes, etc	
Repairing heating apparatus, etc	
Grates for kitchen range, etc	
Pillow cases	
Repairing stove, etc	
Transport.
Travelling allowance, Kamloops to England	
do ii 	
do M 	
do Kamloops to Victoria	
Fares and meals of patent en route to Kamloops
do
do
Paid fordo !• "
Carried forward.
63,377 49
2 50
43 19
4 20
16 00
780 00
360 00
240 00
233 55
80 00
400 00
480 00
100 oo
2,673 55
2,932 92
5 32
3 50
2,042 64
405 63
365 00
1,049 36
212 25
173 00
528 50
69 50
30 00
5 00
397 80
22 25
55 25
6 00
476 55
16 50
82 55
17 20
80 35
47 70
12 90
7 50
3 50
105 00
75 00
99 40
14 55
5 50
29 95
22 10
5 25
12,028 97
57,107 22
—    63,443 38 3 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B 53
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$  cts.
V.-PUBLIC IN
Vote No. 59-
Conveying patient from
Paid for services of guar
12,028 97
1 00
9 65
1 85
140 15
30 50
21 07
17 22
10 25
16 75
19 56
19 60
6 60
4 50
16 00
120,550 60
3TITUTI0NS (MAlNTENANCEt.-OoncJHeJetJ.
J Aldcroft	
-Provincial Home, Kamloops.—Concluded.
Transport.—Concluded.
E T W Pearse	
M P Gordon	
Miscellaneous.
J P Dill & Co .   ..
Bolts, nails, varnish, rep
E G Prior & Co	
Shotton & McClughan ..
do     	
Hudson's Bay Co	
Sendee as nurse during
12,343 67
9,504 30
9,309 00
5,182 00
6,212 55
2,355 80
2,371 20
1,500 00
2,735 30
1,361 90
2,160 55
1,969 50
500 00
2,541 15
1,908 60
744 00
5,308 50
600 00
1,008 95
2,115 45
1,884 10
1,231 70
1,404 60
825 00
914 00
182 00
132,894 27
VI.
-HOSPITALS AND CHARITIES.
•
Royal Jubilee Hospital..
Vancouver City Hospital
Royal Columbian Hospt'l
Nanaimo Hospital	
Mater Misericordiae Hos
Royal Inland Hospital ..
Cariboo Hospital	
Kootenay Lake Hospital
Golden Hospital	
Chemainus Hospital	
Miners' Union Hospital .
Vote
Grant per capita to Hosp
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                         i
No. 00.- Grants to Hospitals.
ital, Victoria  12 months ending 30th June, 1903.
t       Vancouver            u                                ,t
i       New Westminst'r          ..                                '..
,       Nanaimo            ,.                                „
t       Rossland            n                                n
i       Kamloops            ,i                                ,i
■       Cariboo            h                                ■■
i       Vernon            n                                11
i      Chemainus           n             .               T)
Revelstoke            .■                                ,,
Queen Victoria Hospital
St Eugene Hospital
Diamond Jubilee Hosp'tl
Atlin Hospital	
Port Simpson Hospital..
Comox Hospital	
Sacred Heart Hospital..
Rivers Inlet Hospital	
Miners' Union Hospital .
■       Cranbrook            n                                ,,
Fort Steele                       „
Atlin ,                                   „
i       Port Simpson ...           ■■                                ,,
Comox            ,i                                ,,
Phoenix           „                              ,,
Greenwood            n                                ,,
Grand Forks ...             n                                „
,       Bella Bella                      ,,                                „
65,730 16
Vote 1
Grant in aid, 12 months
Vote No.
Grant in aid, 12 months
Vote No. 64.—I
Grant in aid, 12 months
Vote No. 65.—Ii
Grant in aid, 12 months
fo. Ol.—Refuge Home, Victoria.
02.—Alexandra Home, Vancouver.
1,000 00
C Maclean, M D	
n aid of Resident Physician, West Coast.
Sec Cariboo Hospital	
i aid of Resident PJiysician, Barkerville.
600 00
	
68,730 15 B 54             Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$   cts.
W A Wilkins, M D
G H Tutill M D
68 730 15
VI.-HOSPITALS AND CHARmm.-Continued.
Vote No. 66.—In aid of Resident Physician, Quesnel Forks.
263 80
Vote No. 67.—In aid of Resident Physician, Quesnel,
500 00
Vote No. 68.—In aid of Resident Physician, Nicola.
400 00
G R Baker, M D	
M Hoops, M D	
Vote No. 69.—In aid of Resident Physician, Salt Spring Island.
500 00
Vote No* 71.—In aid of Resident Physician, 150-Mile House.
300 00
A J Stuart, M D .    	
A L Kendall, MD	
RB White, MD	
Vote No. 72.—In aid of Resident Physician, Mission City.
300 00
Vote No. 73. —In aid of Resident Physician, Surrey.
150 00
Vote No. 74.—In aid of Resident Physician, Trout lake.
200 00
Vote No. 75.—In aid of Resident Physician, South Okanagan.
Vote No. 76. —In aid of Resident Physician, Windermere Bistrict.
450 00
D B Lazier, M D	
H E Young, M D	
H A Whillans, M D	
T A Wilson, MD    	
Vote No. 77.—In aid of Resident Physician, Atlin.
19 00
468 21
Vote No. 78.—In aid of Resident Physician, Princeton.
487 21
Vote No. 79.—In aid of Resident Pfiysician, Port Essington.
500 00 3 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B 55
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$  cts.
A E Bolton, M D..
W T Kergin, M D .
HC Wrinoh, MD.
G B Beadnell.
Brouqht forward	
VI.-HOSPITALS AND CHARITIES-Continued.
Vote No. 80.—In aid of Resident PJiysician, Port Simpson.
Grant in aid 6 months.
do 6       ii     .
Vote No. 80a.—In aid of Resident PJiysician, Hazelton.
Grant in aid, 12 months.
Vote No. 82.—In aid of Resident Physician,, Denman and
Hornby Islands.
Grant in aid, 12 months	
Vote No. 83.—In aid of Destitute Poor and Siefc.
Care and maintenance of destitute
Trail Hospital	
do                                 ii
B C Protestant Orp Home
do                                 ii
Children's Aid Society..
do                                 ii
Friendly Help Society...
do                                 H
Home for Aged Women.
do                                 ii
Sisters of Providence	
do
St Mary's Hospital	
do
T A Wilson, MD	
Professional services, etc.,           n
G Sanson, MD	
do                               i,
H E Young, M D	
do                                 .1
J ESchon, M D	
do                                 ii
SBonnell, M D	
do                                 i.
J E Brown, MD	
do                                 ,,
J F Carruthers, M D	
do                                 ii
J W Cross, M D 	
do
GE Drew, M D	
do                               .1
H W Whillans, M D .
do
B F Boyce, M D	
do                                 ,i
J R Williams, M D	
do
D B Lazier, M D	
do                                 „
S J Tunstall, MD	
do                               i.
G H Duncan, M D	
do
C A Tunstall, M D	
do                                 ,.
E HS McLean, MD	
do                                 „
do                                 ..
S Clark, M D	
do                               ii
R H Carter, M D	
do
Kate Macdonald   	
Grants in aid (of several)          ii
do                                 ii
do                                 ,,
W Cook	
do                                 i,
G E W Brown	
do
do
do                                 ,i
do                                 i,
do                                 i,
C Stotz	
do                                 ii
do                               ..
do                               ..
C Bouchier   	
do
G Williams	
do                               n
do
J Smith	
do                               „
do
do                               n
J Hill	
do
do                               i,
F Ford 	
do
do                               ii
do                               i,
do                               ,,
do                               ii
E R B Baines	
do                               „
do                               ,i
do
do                               i,
Trail	
Victoria.
New Westminster ,
Carried forward.
250 00
250 00
585 50
300 00
935 00
230 00
48 00
165 00
121 60
53 00
513 50
ISO 00
160 00
150 00
94 00
78 00
60 00
60 00
50 00
45 00
40 00
31 50
31 45
27 56
25 00
25 00
22 00
7 50
7 50
S 00
395 00
224 00
150 00
144 00
140 00
135 00
135 00
120 00
55 00
64 65
60 00
45 00
40 00
40 00
31 60
30 00
27 00
20 00
20 00
20 00
20 00
20 00
15 00
12 00
12 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
5 00
6,041 10
73,581 16
500 00
74,831 16 B 56
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
M Mohommad	
M Khan	
J Lalonde	
W H Wordingham	
J Oleson	
D H Ross & Co	
Esquimalt Grocery Co .
G Bevilockway	
Wilson & Barclay ......
L Dickenson	
Erskine, Wall & Co	
W Hunter* Co	
Cook & Co	
W Cartwright	
Crow's Nest Trading Co
J Brethour	
P Burns* Co	
M Silverthorn	
J Revesbeck	
K A Fraser	
ET W Pearse	
F W Laing	
J L Brown	
G A Thomas	
H G Gardiner	
D McPhail	
H H Burgess	
J Kelly	
Sundry persons	
ii 	
M R Eagleson	
A M Bushnell	
Geary & Doyle	
F R Morris	
Fernie Cartage Co	
L Langes	
JS Beckett	
A Chisholm	
J Lappan	
Marshall & Smith	
Mallery Drug Co	
Fernie Drug Store	
J L White	
CPSCo	
R P Rithet & Co	
C PN Co	
A Sandoban	
City of Vancouver	
J Hancock	
Brackmen-Ker Co	
R H Johnston	
W Stephenson & G Veith
B C Packers Association.
N Fitzstubbs	
Pay lists	
J A Carmichael.
Wm Dalby	
Thos Shotbolt ..
RB McMicking.
E Pearson	
C G Johnson
H O Alexander .
F Buscombe	
J R Seymour .   .
J C McArthur ..
J Reid	
W J Armstrong
Brought forward	
VI.-HOSPITALS AND CHAmTmS.-Concluded.
Vote No. 83.—In aid of Destitute Poor and Sick.- Concluded.
Grants in aid of several destitute poor and sick persons,   	
do ,, „ 	
do ii ii 	
do „ i, 	
do ., ,, 	
Provisions, groceries, etc., supplied to n 	
do ii ti 	
do ii ,, 	
do i, „ 	
do ii ti 	
do „ ,i 	
do .1 ,. 	
do ,i ii 	
do „ „ 	
do ., 	
Meat n n 	
do ,i i, 	
Meals, beds, etc., n h 	
do n ii 	
do ii ,i 	
Paid for meals, beds, fares, etc., n 	
do ,i 	
Services as nurse, etc., h h 	
do n ii 	
do ii ii 	
do ii 	
do u „ 	
do ,, ., 	
Fares, meals, beds, etc. (W. F. Allen) n 	
Rent, wood, etc. (E. Bourges) h 	
Buggy hire, 1. n 	
do ,i 	
do „ ,,  :.
do i, ii 	
do ii i.	
do
Wood supplied to u u 	
do ., i. 	
do ii ii 	
Mattress and blankets n n 	
Medicines 11 11 	
do „ ,, 	
do n .1 	
Fares, etc., 11 11 	
do ii ii 	
do ii ii 	
do ,, ii 	
Half travelling expenses 11 n 	
Cash advanced for expenses       m n 	
Seeds supplied to destitute familv	
do
Care and attendance on sick person at Quesnel	
Blankets, clothing, etc., supplied to Malcolm Island sufferers    	
Allowance in addition to superannuation grant	
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
Vote No. 84.—Summoning and paging Jurors and Witnesses.
Grand and petit jurors and witnesses, all Assizes.
Selector of jurors, Victoria	
do i, 	
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
New Westminster
I
Carried forward.
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
3 50
140 00
120 00
100 00
73 26
64 00
55 90
20 15
11 12
10 00
40
6 00
2 55
6 00
3 00
1 90
113 95
10 46
60 00
32 50
30 00
16 00
10 00
5 00
98 35
14 95
21 00
15 00
5 00
2 00
1
1 00
6 75
6 00
2 50
7 00
34 00
7 90
1 00
52 75
17 60
13 55
8 85
32 45
2 60
17 35
5 35
•281 41
188 00
300 00
8,431 90
37 50
25 00
10 00
5 C
5 00
30 00
10 00
10 00
5 00
85 00
10 00
10 00
8,624 40
8,139 IS
82,970 34 3 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B 57
$   cts.
E Pimbury	
W M Hilbert	
Sundry persons	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
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do 	
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do 	
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do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Dominion Hotel	
Angel Hotel	
C S Campbell        	
J Munro	
Poodle Dog Restaurant
Board of Trade Hotel ..
J Munro	
Colonial Hotel	
R Asbeck 	
Hume Hotel 	
Grand Pacific Hotel.  ..
G Murray	
J G Allcock	
F C Campbell	
JENSmith	
J A Nesbitt   	
F Fraser	
C M St Lawrence	
0 J Vail	
K Sweet    	
D H Anderson	
J Sands   	
W Russ   	
Robertson and Rudge..
SS Nell 	
Brought forward .
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OP JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).-
Continued.
Vote No. 84.
-Summoning and paying Jurors  and  Witnesses.-
Continued.
Selector of jurors, Nanaimo	
do ii 	
Witness fees and expenses, Rex v. Eastwood,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Robinson.
ii Abra,
Hoffar,
ti Burns,
Kelly,
n Grace,
n Russell & v. Cassidy
ii Dunn,
,, Huff,
11 Meyland,
ii Chang & Qung Sam
„ Albie,
ii Suchel & Godey,
ii Wyce,
ii Harley,
n Rose,
,, Willis,
it Seymour,
ii Henry,
i, Tsan,
it Hamilton,
„ Smith,
ii English,
ii H. Brown,
ii Parker,
ii Tulper & Horn,
,, Phillias,
ti West & Dalrymple,
11 Reynolds,
it Dannie,
ii Fountain,
ii McLellan,
„ Ellar,
ii Evans,
ii Sandon,
ii Wicks,
,, O'Donnell,
it Andrews,
ii Bruce,
ii Holder,
it McLaughlin,
tt Webster,
ti Holloway,
„ Ah Gee,
ii Bittancourt,
Green v. Dixon,
re Liquor Act,
Victoria....
Vancouver.
Van Anda and Vancouver
New Westminster	
Nanaimo.
Meals and beds for jurors, constables and prisoners,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Fares do
Paid
Paid
Paid
Paid
Paid
Paid
Paid
Paid
Paid
Kamloops.
Nelson..
Clinton .
Ashcroft .
Nicola ...
Cranbrook ,
Michel	
Eholt	
Okanagan...
Salmon Arm.
Vernon	
Boundary Falls....
Sandon 	
Mission 	
Salt Spring Island.
Greenwood	
Coutlee	
Victoria	
Vancouver	
Squamish to Vancouver .
New Westminster	
Nelson . ..
Kamloops
Golden	
Trout Lake.,
Clinton	
Penticton .  ,
Revelstoke .
Nicola Lake
Kelowna ...
Quesnel	
Fernie	
Port Simpson.
Carried forward.
15 00
10 00
74 35
SO 00
3 60
5 00
10 40
48 00
20 35
4 50
4 00
313 70
40 00
16 20
6 75
205 50
8 00
3 00
62 60
2 00
334 20
367 80
310 00
329 80
295 90
144 40
18 00
1  95
90 40
4 50
70 00
36 00
6 00
19 20
9 75
9 10
8 00
4 00
2 90
8 40
9 60
22 20
22 60
Jl 60
18 00
8 35
7 90
15 00
8 OD
2 00
17 50
19 00
14 25
4 75
7 65
12 00
6 00
35 00
1 50
168 00
7 00
10 00
16 00
9 00
8 50
15 50
17 00
2 00
4 00
4 60
22 60
4 30
15 25
3 00
35 50
12,162 70 B 58
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.      t    cts.
Sundry persons	
S H Thompson    	
Victoria Transfer Co.
R Bray....:   	
C Marston 	
H Brown	
T Costley	
PHandley	
Geary & Doyle	
H Keast	
Clark & Stewart	
B C Express Co	
Union Steamship Co
DGCox	
J H McMullin	
C A Dow	
W Campbell 	
A Peeps	
E Dennis	
H Kearny	
Robertson & Robertson
R Cassidy	
A F Welby-Solomon	
Cane & Mclnnes   ..   ...
Corbould & Grant	
E A Jenns	
C H Barker   	
F McB Young	
Macdonald & Johnson .
P E Wilson	
W H Whittaker 	
J D Sw-anson	
A D Maclntyre	
A McDonald	
J M Scott    	
T O'Brien	
J M Scott	
Abbott & Hart-McHarg .
J S Clute	
A S Black   	
G H Thompson	
Herchmer & Herchmer..
Ross & Alexander	
WP Grant	
W H Gibson	
Ah Wing	
Gip Wing 	
G J Johnson	
C S Campbell	
C C Thompson 	
E W MacLean	
Cumyow	
J Cole 	
S Henderson	
J Gunderson	
FS Spain	
Pay List	
E W MacLean	
C Benson	
Sing Lee	
Unehara (Jap)	
R Mearns	
C M Tate	
A McLean	
E T W Pearse 	
I Harris	
G Alexis	
T Lindley	
J A Nesbitt	
AM Wade	
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF  JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES.)-
Continued.
Vote No. 84.—Summoning and paying Jurors and  Witnesses.—
Concluded.
Horse hire and expenses serving subpoenas	
Hack hire, grand jury inspecting public institutions,
do
do
Brought forward.
do
do
do
New Westminster.
Victoria 	
ii it Kamloops	
Livery hire for constable and witnesses Kimberley to Cranbrook
do .1 n         Fort Steele	
do ti n  Duncan	
do ii ii         Kamloops	
Fares n u         Clinton Fall Assizes	
do it tt            Thurlow to Van. and return
Pd.   do „ 	
.,     do „ 	
ii     do ,, ,,        	
Launch hire for      n 1 Nanaimo	
Services as guide from Deep Creek to Big Lake	
do      as special constable over jury Victoria	
do     collecting clothing to be used as evidence   .. .Nelson	
Vote No. 85.—Prosecution and Interpreters.
Vancouver 	
New Westminster.
Kamloops
Vernon.
Golden
Revelstoke .
Rossland ...
Greenwood .
Cranbrook..
Fernie 	
Crown Counsel, Speedy Trials and Assizes, Victoria ,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Interpreter, Victoria.
do it
do ,,     .
Paid   do it
„     do
ii     do
do
do
do
do
do
Paid   do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Paid   do
do
do
do
Paid  do
do
and Clinton.
New Westminster..
Nanaimo
Duncan .
Kamloops .
Vernon.
Penticton .
Carried   forward.
12,162 70
92 45
51 50
10 00
7 00
3 00
4 00
16 00
10 00
8 00
8 50
16 00
100 00
85 50
4 20
7 50
1 75
12 00
6 00
2 50
2 00
215 00
175 00
46 00
1,606 25
291 74
26 00
120 00
30 00
525 00
300 25
125 00
50 00
510 00
270 00
165 00
40 00
250 00
83 89
27 20
15 00
15 00
75 00
15 00
40 00
5 00
2 50
2 50
2 00
6 50
2 60
6 00
6 00
12 65
2 50
2 50
7 60
6 00
11 00
6 40
6 00
2 00
1 00
1 00
37 65
12 00
39 00
3 00
3 00
7 50
2 60
o,
111 53
12,608 60 3 Ed. 7       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B 59
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$  cts.
D Jack	
G Murray
J E Brown ...
J Mclnnes....
A McDougall .
BF Reilly....
J Peters	
L Storkon	
B Paul	
B Morgan
I Mazeka	
J Ting	
J Lepesh .
V Gossen
W Brotchie...
J Cook	
S S Osterhout
G N S Fraser .
A Magee	
A Adams	
C Harrison ...
G J Johnson..
A J Kappelle .
C S Campbell.
A E Smith....
EC Hart, MD	
W J McGuigan, M D .
M S Wade	
J Abrarns 	
L T Davis, M D	
H H Trites	
O Morris, M D	
J Norcross	
R Elliott, M D 	
J W Cross, MD	
J N Taylor, "md!"!!
A Barlow	
A D Morgan, M D....
W A Wilkins, M D   . .
L A Agassiz	
C A Elliot, M D 	
J Westwood, MD.   ..
E C Arthur, M D..
J R Williams, M D...
GM Foster, MD...
G Pittendrigh ...    ..
W E Newcombe, M D
AForin, MD	
A Walter	
A J Stuart, M D	
W L Coulthard, M D .
A Moffatt	
T A Wilson, M D
J Thomson	
HM Halliday	
S E M Hoops, M D ...
R L Fraser, M D	
G R Baker, M D	
G Sanson, MD	
F J B Rogers, MD...
J W Cross, MD	
J E Spankie, M D ....
H L A Kellar, M D ...
BF Boyce, MD	
E Mallandaine, Jr ...
D A McPhail	
D B Holden, M D ....
WE Hume, MD	
DG Perry, MD	
G R Baker, M D .   ...
Brouqht forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
Continued.
Vote No. 85.—Prosecution and Interpreters.— Concluded.
Interpreter, Penticton .
Paid
Paid
Paid
Nicola
Fairview .
Nicomen .
Kelowna .
Lillooet.
Clinton ..
Golden...
Coutlee...
Nelson....
Rossland..
Fernie ....
Alert Bay.
Port Simpson.
Rivers Inlet..
Masset   	
Skidegate	
Clayoquot	
Counsel for Defence, Rex v. Haro, Vancouver	
Paid attorney's fees, n Meyers, of Blaine, Washington.
Certifying documents,  n       Shannon	
Vote No. 80.—Expenses of Inquests.
Holding 7 inquests @ $10,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
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do
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do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
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10, 37 inquiries @ $5,
10,   8       i, 5,
10,
10, 14        ,, 5,
10, 17       ,, 5.
10,
10,   7        n 5.
10,
10,
10,   5        ,, 5.
10,
10,
10,
10,
10,   6       ,, 6
10,
10,   1       ii 6
10,   1       i, 6
10,
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10,
10,   1        „ 6
10,   1        it 5
10,
10,
10,
4 post mortem examinations, §40,
1 it it 5
1 inquiry,
1       n
1       ii
1 post mortem examination,
1 .1 it
1 inquiry,
1
Expenses holding inquest,
Holding post mortem and giving evidence
do it it
Medical evidence,
do
mileage, etc.,   $9.60, Victoria District
Vancouver
it 82       Kamloops
ii 19.20, Comox
11 2       Nanaimo
it 53.20, Fernie
ii 20.80, Vernon
ii 28.95, Cowichan
n 23.20, Golden
., 77.20,
ii 91.20, Revelstoke
it Golden
ii 20.50, Quesnel
ii 15
.. 15 „
ii 16.30, Yale
„ 14.80     it
ii 5.60, Grand Forks
ii 60       Nelson
,i 10.40, Ashcroft
n 22       Greenwood
New West.
Ferguson
Slocan
,i 8       Salt Sp Isd
„ 12.80, Mission City
ti 6       Rossland
Cranbrook
Pt Essington
n 3.60, Ladysmith
,, 3.20, Malcolm I'd
150-Mile House, Cariboo
mileage, §3.20, Victoria	
3.60, Salt Spring Island ..
it       15       Clinton	
4       Kaslo	
25.20, Eholt	
11
16
6,111
1.60, Kelowna	
4.80,       „        	
6.40, Creston	
Granite Creek, Nicola.
Victoria	
Esquimalt   	
3.20. Duncan	
3.60, Salt Spring Island ....
Carried forward.
79 60
205 00
182 00
149 20
122 00
188 20
50 80
83 95
53 20
97 20
126 20
10 00
30 50
25 00
20 0(1
26 30
24 80
45 60
130 00
30 40
97 00
35 00
31 00
36 00
28 00
22 80
16 00
25 00
25 00
13 60
13 20
10 00
43 20
8 60
20 00
9 00
30 20
16 00
11 60
9 80
11 40
17 00
10 00
15 00
13 20
8 60
2,256 15 1
12,608 60
5,321 23 B 60
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
AM Watson, MD	
D B Lazier, M D	
J A Gillespie, M D	
J C Spankie, M D	
S S Oppenheimer, M D .
C A Tunstall, MD	
AP Procter, MD	
R B Boucher, M D	
R B White, M D	
G Williams, M D	
Pay list	
T Gill	
J Warnock	
R Wilcox	
M Finnan	
W Brown	
H Heath	
G Eaton	
F Clark	
W J Drummond	
RHulburt	
W Poole	
W Robinson    	
Jim (Indian)	
Sundry persons	
do 	
do 	
do 	
S Darcy	
GM McDougall	
W C Bennett	
M A Harvey  	
McDonald Bros	
J W Colvin	
T Gillis	
Thompson & Scoville...
H Keast	
J Day	
D Campbell	
P Ganthier	
R B Anderson	
G J Johnston	
J A Nesbitt	
A Forrester 	
J L Gates	
J P Armstrong	
C H Armstrong 	
J Shepherd	
F Kaiser	
J W Burr	
J F Sayre 	
K Smith	
Liverpool & London Co.
Graham & Parry 	
T M Gully & Co	
H Drummond	
Sundry persons	
G F Rogers   	
Eholt Trading Co	
J A Harvey	
S M Brydges	
A Roper	
Brought forwaro
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
Continued.
Vote No. 80.—Expenses of Inquests—Concluded.
mileage, 82.80, Alberni....
i, Atlin	
it       4.40, Comox	
it       3       Greenwood.
Kamloops.
n
Phoenix ..
Fairview..
5.20, Vernon ...
Cranbrook
F P Brewer...
M McPherson
R Porter & Sons	
Saunders Grocery Co.
expenses,
5.00,
Fernie
(6days@?2.60);
(6      ,i       2.50);
1.20,        ,,      	
1.20,        „      .   .
5.00,        „
2.00, Vancouver.
2.00, ,,
Fernie ..
Lillooet .
Medical evidence,
Holding post mortem and giving evidence.
Medical evidence,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Witnesses,
Witness fee,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Jurors' fees,
do
Intrepreters,
Constables,
Horse hire for jurvmen and witnesses,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Launch hire,
Boat hire,
Fares, meals, etc., as witness,
Paid  do investigating death of Costello,
.t     do for witness,
do as constable attending inquest, hotel fire,
do
Meals for jurors, witnesses, etc.,
do
do
do   and beds,   n
Meals, beds, etc., for jurors and constables,
Paid  do tt
do
do       and rent of hall for inquest,
Rent of hall it
do ,t
do
Pd. labour & hire dog-team searching for drowned mail carriers, Telegraph Creek
Conveying bodies to and from inquests, 	
Crocks used at post-mortem examination, Cranbrook....
Sheets, towel, soap, etc., at post-mortem, and lumber for coffin,      Eholt	
Crown counsel, re Fernie inquest	
Services as stenographer and expenses, Fernie inquest	
do it Van Anda   11    	
Ferguson. ..
Fairview .   .
Wilmer	
Greenwood
Eholt	
Lillooet
Ashcroft ...
Nanaimo .   .
Duncan   ...
Esquimalt   .
Nakusp ....
Atlin   	
Sidney	
Fairview . . .
Castlegar...
Fernie 	
Greenwood
Quesnel ....
Eholt	
Ashcroft ...
Lytton
Phcenix
Fernie ...   .
Greenwood
Vote No. 87. — Rewards.
Reward for capture of escaped prisoner.
do it
Meat,
Groceries, etc.,
Vote No. 88.—Keep of Prisoners.
Victoria Gaol	
Carried, forward...
7 80
29 00
14 40
28 00
10 00
15 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
15 20
29 70
5 00
5 00
7 00
8 00
8 00
6 20
6 20
7 00
17 00
17 00
10 00
10 00
2 00
164 00
12 00
11 00
81 60
30 00
10 00
12 00
10 00
6 00
3 00
6 00
8 00
19 50
8 00
4 00
19 60
2 25
5 00
9 00
2 00
10 00
4 00
10 00
6 00
5 50
3 10
1 CO
13 00
54 00
2 00
2 00
44 60
38 00
1 80
2 85
420 75
494 15
10 00
100 00
10 00
589 61
482 71
4,074 25
110 00
22,114 08 3 Ed. 7       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B 61
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
9  cts.
$   cts
MR Smith & Co	
Westcott Bros	
B Williams & Co    ....
McCandless Bros	
J Maynard	
J Lefevre  	
J Ringham	
J E Grice 	
A G Snelling 	
Taylor Mill Co	
Victoria Waterworks Co
Victoria Gas Co	
E G Prior & Co	
J Hunter	
W Jackson & Co	
T Shotboit	
G Morison & Co	
F W Fawcett... .■	
D E Campbell	
F Carne, sr	
M Jamieson	
F R Murray	
J Saraff 	
Vic Book & Stationery Co
B C Furniture Co	
Shore & Anderson	
Weiler Bros	
E F Geiger	
A McGregor & Co	
Murry & Massa	
Clarke & Pearson	
ER John	
H W Cardew	
Sylvester Feed Co	
S Dean	
P Hansen	
Victoria Chemical Co ..
J Raymond & Sons	
RH Johnson	
G A Knight	
E Bird	
W D Auckland	
M&H A Fox	
R A Brown & Co	
Nesbitt Electric Co .
Lemon, Gonnasen & Co
J Gibbs, M D	
L Hall	
Corp of New Westmins'r
do
New Westminster Gas Co
J W Creighton	
J Fleger	
A L Lavery	
J E Phillips	
Reichenbach Bros	
Benson & Ayling	
G Adams	
Cunningham Hrdwre Co
W E Sinclair	
DS Curtis &Co	
Hartman & Bryson	
Brackman & Ker Mill Co
City Market	
G Cunningham & Son...
Colonial Hotel	
D Robson	
E Rosseau	
J H Todd 	
G E Drew, M D	
F J Kenny, M D	
S J Davidson	
S B Green	
R Asbeck	
C S Campbell	
S Rowbottom	
Brought fonvard
VII.
-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
Continued.
Vote No. 88.—Keep of Prisoners.— Continued.
Bread, Victoria Gaol.
Clothing,
do      shoes, etc.,
ii it
Shoes,
do
Coal,
Wood,
do
Sawdust for fuel,
Water,
Gas,
Nails, powder, etc.,
Anvil,
Medicines, etc.,
do
do
do
do
Meals,
do
do   (paid),
do
School books,
Furniture, bedding, matting, etc.,
do
do
Plumbing work,
Basin, etc.,
Plumbing work and material,
Pails, pans, etc.,
Potatoes,
do
do       peas, etc.,
Straw,
Manure,
Fertiliser,
Lime,
Garden seeds,
Cabbage plants,
Repairing shoes,
Pruning trees,
Scissors,
Broom, etc.,
Installing battery,
Glass, putty, etc.,
Supplying artificial eye,
Extracting teeth,
Water,
Electric light and lamps,
Gas,
Coal,
Milk,
Bread,
Clothing, etc.,
Meat,
Fish,
Groceries,
Hardware,
Boots and shoes,
Drugs and prescriptions,
Crockery,
Oats, hay, chop feed, etc.,
do
Blacksmithing, horseshoeing, etc.,
Meals,
do   (paid),
Leather for boots,
Needles,
Assisting medical officer in operation
do
Repairing harness,
Meals,
do
do   (paid),
Bread,
New Westminster Gaol
Vancouver Lock-up.
Nanaimo Gaol .
Carried forward.
1,072 32
471 17
2 15
454 50
141 00
37 05
18 00
360 00
13 50
9 00
172 80
136 45
882 30
136 45
5 00
72 55
7 05
6 75
6 10
1 30
63 75
27 15
1 50
1 50
41 25
52 00
26 60
18 00
23 00
7 50
16 50
19 Of
37 25
9 00
39 85
13 50
60 50
21 75
7 50
6 85
1 75
22 80
5 00
1 00
1 35
2 90
5 50
10 00
7 00
35 75
135 87
178 60
506 00
22 16
675 18
207 32
322 84
131 79
272 08
134 26
86 40
79 14
1 25
113 10
5 05
41 75
9 00
25
12 40
40
5 00
10 00
10 35
48 50
1 00
2 50
65 31
7,019 88 22,114
22,114 | B 62
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
J Smart	
Hemans & Walmsley
Thompson & Scoville.
Nanaimo City Waterwks
A R Johnston & Co	
J Hirst & Co	
Nanaimo Electric Lt Co.
M A Whitfield	
E Pimbury	
W F Porteous	
Andrews & Donaldson ..
S Coburn	
C M Chalmers	
Union Brewing Co	
J G Ross	
WP Tierney	
M Scully	
T S McPherson & Co....
P Burns & Co	
Palace Bakery	
J M Fraser	
Corp'n of City of Nelson.
J AGilker	
F Irvine & Co	
Turner, Beeton & Co	
W F Teetzel	
Canada Drug & Book Co
Morrison & Caldwell ..
J A McDonald	
Cabinet Cigar Store...
H Byers & Co	
Porto Rico Lumber Co
Kootenay Riv Lumber Co
Nelson Saw & Lum Mills
Brackman & Ker Mill Co
Bell Trading Co	
D MeCreath	
H Scully	
WGGillett	
Kootenay Electric Supply
& Construction Co
Elliott & Morrison ...
L Rogue 	
R E Lemon	
J Labbe	
J F Motson	
Hotel Hume	
W Ebbs	
J Milton	
Edward (Indian)	
Mallery Drug Co	
Hudson's Bay Co ....
J F Barber	
JR Hull& Co	
Cor of the C of Kamloops
Shotton & McClugan.
E G Prior &Co	
JPDH1& Co	
Kamloops Saw-mill...
Johnson & Co, Ltd.. .
J M Benzie	
M P Gordon	
W Hargreaves	
McLean & Co	
A Beaton	
M J Henry	
E T W Pearse	
H S George	
A P Procter, M D	
T A Morris	
J Crosby	
E Tronson	
T Hunt   	
D Crawford   	
GM Foster, MD	
J Lyons   	
Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER  THAN  SALARIES).
Continued.
Vote No. 88.—Keep of Prisoners.—Continued.
Nanaimo Gaol.
Bread,
Meat,
Coal and wood,
Water,
Groceries, oats, seed, etc.
do      clothing, etc.,
Electric light,
Shoes,
Medicines,
Horseshoeing,
Blacksmithing, etc.,
Labour cutting grain, ploughing, etc.,
Repairing harness, etc.,
Sacks,
Veterinary surgeon,
Coal, Nelson Gaol
Wood,
Groceries,
Meat,
Bread,
Milk,
Electric light,
Clothing, boots, shoes, etc.,
do
do
Drugs, prescriptions, etc.,
do
Provisions, vegetables, etc.,
Potatoes,
Tobacco,
Hardware,
Lumber,
do
do
Fertiliser,
Potatoes for seed,
Garden seed,
Ploughing,
Lime,
Lamps and installing same,
Repairing lawn mower,
Wrist bands,
Paid stamps, etc.,
do   express charges,
do it
Stimulants,
Repairing shoes,
Coal and wood,
Wood,
Drugs and prescriptions,
Groceries and clothing,
Bread,
Meat,
Water and light,
Hardware, stoves and tinware,
do
do
Lumber,
Lime,
do   and tank,
Wire for mattresses,
Blacksmithing,
Garden seeds,
Oats,
Trees,
Paid expressage on trees,
Veterinary surgeon,
Medical attendance on patient during absence of Dr. Wade, Kamloops Goal.
Meals, Vernon Lock-up	
do ti 	
do ii 	
Scrubbing, n 	
Wood, Okanagan Lock-up ..
Medical attendance, Phcenix Lock-up	
Scrubbing floors, North Bend Lock-up.
Kamloops Goal .
Carried forward.
58 62
116 38
80 20
54 771
81 47|
123 56
72 60
12 00
13 25
8 00:
35 25.
35 001
10 60
2 00
2 50'
391 56
87 00
252 56
471 81
498 46
38 12
150 00
132 13;
53 15
71 95
87 46
42 05
20 60
50
11 75
219 00
22 60
18 39
4 76
1 65
16 00
3 25
9 00
4 25
9 55
50
50
5 00
1 10
75
2 75
6 75
560 98
29 00
117 45
954 26
544 41
802 57
456 35
118 12
61 32
17 70
6 95
64 35
4 50
36 00
29 25
24 64
8 80
9 90
1 20
9 00
2 50
39 25
34 25
11 00
1 25
4 50
75 00
1 50
14,384 97 22,114 3 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B 63
Bourne Bros	
Morris & Stead	
A E Bennison 	
M A Smith & Co	
J I Woodrow	
Revelstoke Elec L & P Co
W Fleming	
Enterprise Brewing Co
R Sanson	
Fred Robinson L'mb'r Co
H N Coursier  	
H Bourne	
F B Wells	
A Macrae 	
W M Lawrence	
E H S McLean, MD	
Canada Drug & Book Co,
W Bews	
S McMahon	
Abrahamson Bros 	
H G Parsons	
C A Warren	
Golden & E Koot Tdg Co
JBlakely	
M Hamilton	
J L McKay	
P Burns & Co	
J A Creighton, M D..
J W Taylor, M D....
J A Buckham 	
Ashcroft W, E & Imp Co
R Burr	
Scottv & Toney	
J R Williams, M D ...
Harvey, Bailey & Co
W Dodd	
J Punch	
M Beattie	
E Stout	
J E Smith	
F W Foster	
R McMillan 	
A E Howrse	
Driard Hotel	
A R Carrington 	
M Jarvis	
G Murray	
J A Schubert	
Lequime Bros	
C Blackwood	
A E Wallis	
Madelaine (Indian) ..
L Lock	
W T Atherton	
M Nesbitt	
AH Wade	
J A Nesbitt	
WF Allen	
TP Reed	
A A McArthur	
Jack (Indian)	
W Cumming	
P Santini	
J B Uren	
A F Hautier	
J H Anthony	
T Gillis	
WT Shatford	
J R Brown	
CAR Lambly	
RF Greer, MD	
Cosen Bros	
J J Mabbott	
C Sowers	
P L Wilson	
J Hector  .
Brought forward .
VII. -ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).-
Continued.
Vote No. 88.—Keep of Prisoners.— Continued.
Groceries and provisions,
do
Bread,
do
Meat,
Water and light,
Wood,
do
do
do
Coal,
Potatoes,
Blankets,
Stove,
Stove-pipe, tin, etc.,
Medical attendance,
Drugs,
Prescription
Filing saw,
Meals,
Groceries, provisions, etc,
do
do
Bread,
do
Meat,
do
Medical attendance,
do
Medicines,
Water,
Meals,
Wood,.
Medical attendance,
Lime, hinges, etc.,
Paid water, wood, medicine, etc.,
Wood,
do
Water,
Meals,
Ticking for mattresses,
Repairing, n
Crockery, soap, meals, etc.,
Meals,
Bedding, etc.,
Lime,
Paid washing and scrubbing,
Soap, coal oil, etc.,
do
Meals,
Medicine,
Washing,
Scavenger,
Meals,
do
Coal oil,
Paid for dressing hand of prisoner,
Meals,
do
do
Wood,
Coal oil,
Hardware, blankets, etc.,
Making chain,
Wood,
Oil, etc.,
Meals,
Blankets,
Meals,
Paid meals,
Medical attendance,
Coal oil, etc.,
do
Wood,
do
Revelstoke Lock-up.
n 	
tr 	
n 	
n 	
il 	
it 	
ll 	
ti 	
M 	
II 	
II ....
II 	
II 	
tl 	
II 	
II 	
Golden Lock-up
n 	
ti 	
ti 	
ii 	
ii 	
ii 	
it .......
Ashcroft Lock-up...
it 	
it 	
n 	
Yale Lock-up	
ii .......
Clinton Lock-up....
ii 	
ti 	
Nicola Lock-up	
Kelowna Lock-up  ..
n 	
ti 	
ii 	
ii .......
Penticton Lock-up..
it 	
Lillooet Lock-up	
ii 	
ti 	
ii 	
it 	
Lytton Lock-up	
it 	
Fairview Lock-up.  .
Steveston Lockup...
Camp McKinney ...
Robson Lock-up
Nakusp Lock-up.  ..
Carried forward
14,384 97
22,114 OS
18 45
S3 65
7 00
2 00
77 85
81 15
17 26
8 00
6 00
2 00
37 95
14 00
9 00
18 00
5 15
17 50
1 66
1 15
1 60
4 55
18 95
30 03
3 50
1 70
1 00
3 48
2 30
10 00
10 00
1 90
40 00
210 75
25 62
12 50
7 26
36 10
17 50
7 00
6 00
28 25
9 00
2 75
17 25
55 50
9 00
3 00
3 26
4 90
3 15
12 75
25
1 50
1 00
4 26
3 26
4 60
1 00
96 75
53 50
2 25
32 00
8 60
10 60
1 00
10 00
6 50
1 00
9 50
8 26
7 50
3 50
2 50
11 25
15 00
25 00
1 25
15,664 32
22,114 08 B 64
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June 1903.
B Lawder	
C R Pittock	
M DesBrisay & Co	
HStege	
G Sumner	
Faas & Crawford	
J Wilson	
FDing	
B G Mackenzie & Co —
S DesBrisay	
Ymir Water Works Co ..
R Schrum	
A Bremner	
Atkinson & Co 	
B Sutherland	
H Ogleston	
R Elliot, M D	
R Hertz	
F I Moore	
R A Fraser	
C A Dow	
CH Bentley	
J Lake & Co 	
McDonald Bros	
Eholt Trading Co	
SHHoskins	
J M Carroll	
P Handlev	
J D McBride	
WF Tranter	
Buckenridge & Lund	
O DesSaulnier	
McEachren & McDonald.
Moyie Waterworks Co ..
P F Johnston 	
H Thiry	
E C Miller	
Carlin & Durick	
H Kershaw	
A Neidig	
M Cooke 	
Fort Steele Waterworks.
J Tannhauser	
J Brodie, M D	
HWatt, MD	
P Burns & Co	
McEwing & Slim	
Crow's Nest Pass Co
Crow's Nest Trading Co.
London & Liverpool Co .
J F Jarvis	
Trites & Co	
Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co
Crow's Nest E L&PCo.
Cranbrook Electric Lt Co
J D Quail	
T W Bell	
Joyce Brothers	
Fernie Drug Co	
C P Higgins, MD	
D Corsan, M D	
Fernie Cartage Co	
M B Heath	
R McLean	
Fort Steele Mercantile Co
C S Parker	
Cranbrook Electric Lt Co
F R Morris	
Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co
R L Henderson	
F H Price	
J Briban	
Pitt & Peterson	
Louise (Indian)	
R B Halhed	
F A Wilson	
Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).-
Continued.
Vote No. 88.—Keep of Prisoners.- -Continued.
Meals,
do
Wood, coal oil, etc.,
Meals,
do   (paid)
Wood, coal oil, etc.,
Meals (paid)
Washing blankets,
Groceries,
do
Water,
Wood,
do
Drugs, etc.,
Washing blankets, scavenger, etc.,
Wood,
Medical attendance,
Coal oil, etc.,
Wood,
Meals (paid)
do
Wood,
Matches, etc.,
Wood,
Coal oil,
Wood, table, coal oil, etc., (paid)
Wood,
do
Hardware,
Meals,
Coal oil,
Coal and wood
Groceries,
Water,
Meals,
Meat,
Provisions, etc.,
Groceries,
do
Bread,
do
Water,
Repairing lock,
Medical attendance,
do
Meat,
Bread,
Water,
Groceries,
do
do
do
Coal,
Light and fuel,
do
Hardware,
Blacksmithing,
Clothing,
Drugs,
Medical attendance,
do
Carting tools for chain-gang,
Wood and coal oil,
do
do
Water,
Electric light,
Paid meals, etc.,
Pails, padlocks, oil, etc.,
Paid meals,
Meals,
do
Bucket, etc.,
Washing blankets,
Paid meals,
Meals,
Greenwood Lock-up
Mission Lock-up
New Denver Lock-up .
Comaplix Lock-up
Creston Lock-up	
Ymir Lock-up .
Wilmer Lock-up
Elko Lock-up ...
Athalmer Lock-up
Eholt Lock-up	
ti 	
Kimberly Lock-up .
Wardner Lock-up.
Moyie Lock-up ...
Fort Steele Lock-up.
Fernie Lock-up.
Cranbrook Lock-up.
Michel Lock-up..
Duncan Lock-up.
Chemainus Lock-up.
it 	
Carried forward.
15,664 32
22,114 08
4 00
2 25
4 40
4 00
11 00
31 70
4 90
3 00
28 30
13 50
18 00
27 00
22 50
24 50
13 00
30 00
5 00
4 80
4 00
5 25
6 25
15 00
1 80
5 00
2 25
33 05
10 50
1 75
6 00
1 50
2 25
45 00
10 42
62 50
8 67
23 60
12 30
26 40
7 56
6 40
3 15
91 65
86
6 00
8 75
82 85
83 10
79 97
141 6S
18 40
20 75
7 02
3 50
50 60
17 25
15 68
14 00
31 40
4 55
8i 00
2 00
75
51 00
22 50
4 65
26 00
16 00
54 50
5 75
3 15
6 25
1 25
1 20
1 00
10 00
2 00
17,172 29
22,114 08 3 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B 65
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
S Leiser & Co	
M Hellan	
J Beckle ...  	
E Rolston	
G Cassidy	
A R Johnston & Co	
E & N Railway	
Cumberland and Union
Water Works Co	
C Staples, MD	
A Woodhus	
J Thomson	
C A Cox	
A Lucas	
Stockham & Dawley	
G J Johnston	
Clarke & Pearson	
C P Navigation Co......
Alert Bay Saw-mill	
B C Packers' Association
W Woollacott	
Pidcock Bros Co	
R Cunningham & Son...
Str " Boscowitz "	
Str "Tees".  	
T A WTilson, M D	
SS Nell	
J Tait	
Hudson's Bay Co	
A Wells	
W Russ	
JFCallbreath	
J Hyland	
R Cunningham & Son...
Hudson's Bay Co	
A Kirby	
R S Sargent 	
G N S Fraser	
Chas Harrison	
J St Clair Blackett & Co.
J H Richardson	
T Shirley	
M Foley	
J T Regan	
A S Cross & Co	
ELPillman&Co	
C R Bourne   	
S Johnson	
C R Myers	
WOwen	
Quick Lunch Room	
H E Young, M D	
DG Stewart	
J H Spencer	
H W Heal	
A H Beedy	
W Hodgkinson	
J Bibby	
G J Walker	
L Anderson	
T Marion	
Cariboo Trading Co	
P C Dunlevy	
H Hance	
C J Fagan, MD	
A B Anderson ....
L Levesque  	
Stockam & Dawley
W White	
RR Bruce	
V Hyde Baker
Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).-
Continued.
Vote No. 88.—Keep of Prisoners.— Concluded.
Oil and lamps,
Washing blankets,
Blankets,
Stove,
Paid meals,
Mattress and lamp,
Freight on mattress,
Water,
Medical attendance,
Paid meals, etc.,
do  wood,
do   wood, blankets and meals,
Blankets,
Wood, oil, provisions, meals,
Stove,
Freight on stove,
Coal oil and wood,
Wood,
Meals,
do
Provisions,
Coal,
Freight,
Medical attendance,
Coal,
do
Clothing, provisions, etc.,
Blankets,
Meals,
do
Lime,
Provisions,
do
Meals,
do   lumber, etc.,
Provisions,
Clothing, wood, meals, etc.,
Clothing, provisions, etc.,
do n
Water,
Coal oil,
Saw, etc.,
Soap, oil, matches,
do
Medicine,
Barrel,
Meals,
Paid meals,
Meals,
Medical attendance,
Blankets, etc.,
Wood,
Paid wood, coal oil, etc.,
Coal oil and meals,
Wood,
Fitting pipes,
Paid meals,
Meals,
Coal oil
Wood, meals, coal oil, etc,
Axe, blankets, etc.,
Meals,
Fares, meals, etc., re trip to N.
Wellington Lock-up.
Comox Lock-up	
Ladysmith Lock-up.
Cumberland Lock-up .
Alberni Lock-up...
Van Anda Lock-up.
Clayoquot Lock-up.
Alert Bay Lock-up.
Quathiaski Cove Lock-up .
Port Essington Lock-up...
Port Simpson Lock-up.
Telegraph Creak Lock-up
it 	
Hazelton Lock-up 	
Rivers Inlet Lock-up.
Masset Lock-up	
Atlin Lock-up	
Discovery Lock-up..
i: 	
it 	
Barkerville Lock-up
Quesnel Lock-up
150-Mile House	
Soda Creek Lock-up	
Hanceville Lock-up	
Westminster to inspect sanitary arrangem't of %
Vote No. 89.—Rents
Rent of lock-up
do ,,
do       Police Office,
do       Record Office,
do       Government Office,
do       Inspector of Mines Office,
Howser	
Robson	
Clayoquot
Slocan 	
Wilmer ...
Cranbrook
Carried forward	
$   cts.
$  cts.
17,172 !
2 50
10 00
21 50
6 55
2 25
5 75
75
15 00
25 00
4 00
3 75
4 00
31
6 00
36 70
25 00
1
14 00
21 00
6 75
9 00
41 45
24 00
2 95
15 00
40 00
32 00
76 00
4 50
6 00
24 34
4 75
44 20
80 85
49 00
273 49
10 15
155 30
29 60
13 00
26 00
13 75
9 00
9 99
1 50
2 lb
2 50
185 00
246 50
10 00
65 00
21 75
8 00
26 25
55 75
75 00
3 50
13 00
11 50
4 25
86 03
16 00
31 50
14 75
60 00
52 00
19 00
no oo
96 00
165 00
602 00
19,288 74
41,402 82 B 66
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
Cherbo & Mannarino....
E Hodgson	
G W Rumberger	
D K McElmon	
J T Dixon	
EElwell	
F Bourne 	
T Abriel	
SLeiser& Co	
W F McLean	
Turner & Boeckh	
E J Seovil	
Miocene Gravel Min'g Co
J Bowron    	
Western Fuel Co	
R L T Galbraith	
Hudson's Bay Co	
R H Parkinson	
E Bullock Webster	
F A Bale	
Fort Steele Opera House
Greenwood Masonic L'ge
Corp City of Greenwood
TM Gulley & Co 	
M E Leask	
Joyce Bros 	
Liverpool & London Co.
W T Bucker	
Trout Lake L'dge, IO O F
E T W Pearse	
Do 	
E G Woodward	
J H Kvarno	
The Cariboo Trading Co
Thiel Detective Service
Basil      (Indian)....
William       m       	
Charlie        i	
W Tiavola	
Scotty (Indian)	
J Theimer	
J Douglas	
J J Skinner	
BG Nicoll	
W J Forster	
J Fountain and G Coutts
E J Taylor	
J Land	
CWatt 	
A McKinnon	
Louis (Indian)	
E J Cary	
HWMallett	
R B Halhed	
O A McKinley	
J Kickbush	
E Abel	
G J Johnston	
G Sumner	
R Ross	
J Gottlieb	
C Bullard	
J M Richardson	
C Olhofl	
F McCallum	
G G Moffatt	
G A Reynolds	
J Mason	
J Long	
D McKay	
J H Picket	
Brought forward .
VII.
-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHEE THAN SALAEIES).-
Continued.
Vote No. 89.—Rents.—Concluded.
Rent of Record Office, Kuskonook ...
do Lock-up and Police Office, Extension	
do Police Office, Phajnix	
do „ Eholt	
do ii Kimberley	
do                ii ii —
do Government Office, Nakusp	
do Record Office, 	
do Government Office, Ladysmith	
do Lock-up, ii
do Inspector of Steam Boilers' Office, Nelson	
do Government Office (arrears), Peterborough .
do Record Office, Harper's Camp
Allowance in lieu of quarters for Gold Commissioner,       Barkerville....
Rent of lots for Court House grounds, Nanaimo	
do Government Office, Windermere	
do Government Office, Port Simpson
do Police Office and Lock-up, Hedley   	
do Special    ,, •■ Keremeos	
do Hall for holding County Court, Fort Steele	
do                     n                         n ii ....
do                     ii                         ii Greenwood.  ..
do Hall for Examination of Steam Boiler Inspectors,      m ....
do tables                    u m                            11           ....
do Hall and tables,   n n Cranbrook	
do ii it ti Fernie	
do Hall ii ii it       	
do Hall for holding Court, Eholt	
do                  it                County Court, Trout Lake..   .
do Hall for holding Court, (paid) Salmon Arm..
do it it Kamloops	
do                  ti              it Ferguson ....
do ii it (paid) Ucluelet	
do ground upon whieff Lock-up is built, 150-Mile House
Vote No. DO.—Special Constables.
Special detectives,
Special constable,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Ashcroft  186 days @ $6
„         1
„         1
„          2
.„          2
..          ii
Alert Bay  2
Atlin
2.50
2.60
2,60
2.50
2.50
2.60
2.50
a. 50
4
Paid
Paid
Paid
     1
  8 months (ffi $85; 15
  1 day and night @ 5
11       searching for mail carriers lost through ice, Taku Arm
Anderson Lake     2 days (ffi $2.50
Agassiz         1       it       2
Burton         7       tt       2
Barkerville     4       n       3
Bonaparte     1       n       2 50
Chemainus	
„            1       ,,       2.60
     2       ,i       2.50
Cariboo stage  5£ months @ 11
Chilliwhack     9 days @   2.50
Clayoquot  1 month @ 70
Comaplix  41& days @ 2.60
4
2
Comaplix     1
Cranbrook     5
     2
     1
     2
Camborne  10
Courtenay       2
Creston     2
Comox    1
Cumberland     1
Carried forward	
2.60
2.50
2.60
2.5fi
2.60
2.50
2.60
2.60
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
60 00
96 oa
86 00
35 00
87 50
62 50
120 OO
15 0C
70 00
56 00
180 00
32 00
60 00
180 00
80 0C
60 0C
48 OC
30 0C
15 OC
5 0C
5 0C
100 00
15 0C
4 0C
6 0C
26 OC
12 0C
1 OC
15 0C
3 0C
5 60
6 0C
3 75
10 00
1,116 00
2 50
2 50
6 00
5 00
8 75
5 00
7 50
2 50
740 00
5 00
72 00
5 00
2 00
14 00
12 00
2 60
23 00
2 50,
5 00
632 50
22 50
70 00
83 00
103 75
10 00
5 00
2 50
12 50
5 00
2 50
5 00
25 00
5 00
5 00
2 50
2 50
3,032 00
41,402 82
2,190 25
43,593 07 3 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B 67
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$  cts.
VII.-ADM
Special cons
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
(Paid)    do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
(Paid)    do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Brought forward	
(NISTKATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALAEIES).-
Continued.
3,032 00
10 00
5 00
3 00
1 00
3 50
30 00
5 00
2 50
780 00
585 00
2 50
2 50
5 00
2 50
927 50
857 60
695 00
222 50
100 00
70 00
62 50
45 00
40 00
40 00
37 50
30 00
22 50
7 60
5 00
2 50
35 00
6 00
2 50
172 50
150 00
270 00
2 50
145 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
2 50
2 50
2 50
5 00
480 OO
260 00
38 00
12 50
5 00
570 00
315 00
227 60
27 50
153 00
12 50
7 60
5 00
3 00
2 50
131 98
10 83
6 00
2 00
5 00
902 50
77 60
2 50
912 50
262 50
10 00
57 50
5 00
5 00
20 00
3 00
43,593 07
T McDougall	
Vote No. 90.—Special Constables.—Continued.
Harry (Indian)	
Johnnie (Indian)	
William (Indian)	
H W Sutcliffe	
.
Duncan  15       n       2.00
H D Morten	
W Dwyer	
E W Shaw
C A Dow	
F 0 Wells	
,,         1        ,,       2.50
Erie     2       n       2.50
Eholt     1        „        2.50
t,       278        ,i       2.50
 89       t,       2.50
M Tebo 	
A R Farquharson	
A P Walker	
RSC Randall
ii         25       ,,       2.50
t,         18       i,       2.50
G Ashdale	
G W Steele	
WL Sinclair	
T Planta	
T Letcher	
ti         15       i,       2.5(1
_,
C M O'Brien
TMcP'adden	
ti               1        „       2.50
J Campbell	
L H Patten
ti               2       ,,       3.00
EC Miller	
H Gale..
ti         ,        2       t.       2.50
W Miller	
F Field	
W B Haynes	
J Simpson	
H F M Jones   	
A F Haertl  	
T Hudson	
ti         126       t,       2.50
F Base	
J D McPhadden	
C J Banbury	
ti           11        ii       2.50
J Carlyle	
E J Taylor	
A S Carter	
..             1        „       2
T H Service	
Morrissey     1 month (a $65 335       ..       2.50
   31        ,.        2.50
W F Tranter ..   ..
W H Fletcher	
R L Henderson   	
P J Routh 	
H J Turner	
J HHawke	
T Kenzie	
T H Theroux	
12.977 31
43.593 07 B 68
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
J F Murray	
WG Murray...
F A Howse	
RDBell	
J Schwakam ..
T A Williams ..
HW Sutcliffe..
A J Coutlee ...
C Woodward...
GBent	
J Tannahill....
GfMurray	
C M St Laurent
Chena (Indian)
A B Roberts....
A McGillvrav .
A H Owen..'...
A Collett	
G A Colbeck  ..
A B Spain ...
G Petherick ...
H P McMartin.
W Cray	
J A McMartin .
C L Leamy ....
A Douglas	
T Doming —
F S Spain 	
Pay list	
H Robinson   ..
M Labhe 	
J McLeod	
S Neelands	
E Hickling	
H Mills 	
J Matson	
R W Day	
.1 Fraser	
J Bourgeois
T G Thompson.
J H Christie...
E Robinson....
C D McRae...
J T Black	
P Lyons	
J M"Yorston...
B Hoops 	
C F Randolph .
F Bailey    ..
J A Nesbitt	
D J Innes ....
H C Flewin ...
W Dudoward ..
J Flewin	
J Collins	
J Herring ... .
B W Leeson ...
W D Miller ....
W Barlow	
W McLaren ...
A Barlow	
H Peacock ....
G W Thomas ..
W Leedy	
G Sutherland..
W J Robinson .
J Costello
W Stevenson ..
E Vachon	
S J Webb	
G McLeod	
J Johnstone ...
G Howard	
G A Broughton
H Drummond .
J McDermott..
Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).-
Continued.
Vote No. 90.—Special Constables.—Continued.
Paid
Special i
Special c
Special constable,
• do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do (nurse)
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
matron,
constable,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
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do
.horse hire, $3; 4 days @ 82;
38 days @ 82.50
24       „       2.50
3 days®  2.50
4 n       1.75
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
New Westminster .
New Westminster.
. 1
.123
. 32
. 17
. 6
. 5
. 3
. 3
. 2
.    2
2.50
2.50
2.50
2
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.00
2.00
     1 month
. 3 months 22 days @
  21
20
31
17
15
10
Nakusp        4
     2
,,             1
New Denver    4
     1
North Bend  	
150-Mile House    0
       2
Penticton .-.11
20
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.5(
Port Simpson.
2.00
3.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.00
Port Essington
Port Bobs and Coal Harbour 13 days (ffi §2 ; 73 n
Peachland       3 n
Quesnel     10 n
ii             4 ti
     2
Quathiaski Cove    4 n
Revelstoke    3 months @ $65 ; 16£ n
  13^ ,i
     6 ,i
Rossland    ....    2 i
Rivers Inlet     1 '
Steveston    9 n
    9 „
„            9 ,,
Shoal Bay     2 h
Salt Spring Island     2 tt
„      2 .,
Soda Creek    1 h
Telegraph Creek   12 ms. i
it            2 days
Carried forward	
2.50
2.5(
2.50
2.60
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.60
2.50
2.50
2.50
3
1
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2
2
3
)100
a 3
12,977 31
106 00
60 00
43 50
7 50
7 00
11 00
6 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
4 00
3 00
2 50
2 50
2 50
307 50
80 00
34 00
15 00
12 50
7 50
7 50
5 00
4 00
4 00
140 00
70 00
74 46
52 50
50 00
77 50
42 50
37 50
25 00
2 60
10 00
5 00
5 00
2 50
10 00
2 50
4 00
12 00
7 00
27 50
15 00
10 00
2 50
20 00
14 00
8 50
70 00
15 00
208 50
7 60
25 00
10 00
5 00
10 00
236 25
33 75
16 00
6 00
1 00
22 50
22 50
22 50
5 00
4 00
4 00
3 00
1,200 00
6 00
16,399 76
43,593 07
43,593 07 3 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B 69
O Callaghan	
G Pentridge	
E Forest	
H W Cardew .   ..
D G McNaughton
A Heathorn	
EF John	
J J Russell	
C .1 Nelson	
W M Halliday ...
W J Bowden ....
E Hooson	
G Woollett	
C Goodenough.   .
C R Blake	
G Wallace	
RN Short	
R Ryan	
A Glide	
DM Wright	
J S Wood	
W Harper   	
J Hunter 	
J Hawton	
S Jackson 	
H O'Leary	
M Blackstock....
C C Thompson ...
T R Wilson	
J Munro	
CS Campbell....
J Whalen 	
T Smith	
J McPherson	
J Harris	
A W Smith	
R W Timmons...
H Seydal	
J Wyee	
TE Shook	
E S Bate	
A Wood	
F W Sharpe	
J Robinson	
R Gillespie	
W Haylmore	
J Fayntun	
J Falls	
Sundry persons
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).-
Continued.
Vote No. 90.—Special Constables. —Concluded.
Special constable,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Victoria Gaol 296
ti       and Esquimalt (as detective), 8 days
 @$2.50, $20; 71
11 Reformatory, etc 144
,.       Gaol (guard) 105
,, it     14 days® $2.50; 47}
ii it   (guard)  45"
ii       Juvenile Reformatory (Inst.) 1 mo. and 1 day
ti ti     28 days
ii       Court House (night watchman)  11 mos.
n       Juvenile Reformatory'  21 day
„ ii      21
n       Govern't Buildings (night watchman) 14
Victoria, Juvenile Reformatory     8
ii       Exhibition Grounds     5
n       Govern't Buildings (night watchman)   4
     3
Vancouver 4 days
Paid
Waneta .
Wilmer..
Windermere.
... 1
... 1
... 1
... 1
... 1
.. 1
!.50 50
...25
.. 19
...13
... 6
... 5
... 1
...41
...12
3
3
3
2
1
1
1
1
3
I mo.
Ymir   28 day
@ $2.50
2.50
2.00
2.00
6.00
2.50
2.00
2.00
2.00
@80
@   2.50
@   5
@ 2.50
2.50
2.00
2.50
2.50
2
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.60
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2
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
2.50
@50
@   2.50
Vote No. 91.    Transport of Constables and Prisoners.
Fares, meals, beds, buggy
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
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do
hire, etc., Superintendent F. S. Hussey and prisoners.
Sergeant  Murray
Constable D. H. Anderson
tt G. H. Ashton
tt J. T. Black
ti J. R. Brown
i. R. D. Bell
ii        C. J. Banbury
J. W. Burr
n A. G. Brown
,,        F. S. Bailev
,t W. D. By era
ii H. W. Barnes
ii J. Bourgeois
it        G. Cunningham
n        C. Cameron
C. S. Campbell
ti        G. A. Calbick
C. A. Cox
i, D. Campbell
A. S. Carter
n        G. Cassidy
Carried forward	
16,399 76
43,593 07
17 50
2 50
2 00
592 00
446 00
360 00
210 00
130 00
90 00
82 63
70 00
55 00
52 60
52 50
28 00
20 00
12 50
8 00
7 60
7 50
5 00
2 50
2 60
2 50
2 50
2 50
2 50
110 00
62 50
47 50
32 50
15 00
12 50
2 50
102 50
30 00
10 00
7 50
7 50
7 50
5 00
2 50
2 50
2 50
2 50
7 50
37 50
70 00
19,243 39
295 70
121 40
175 00
.
35 60
362 25
204 00
83 75
50 86
33 25
31 50
27 00
14 60
10 25
4 00
439 00
230 35
188 10
173 90
146 00
56 20
41 75
35 66
2,759 00
62,836 46 B 70             Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$  cts.
2,759 90
62,836 46
VII.-ADMINISTRATION  OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).-
Continued.
Vote No. 91.—Transport of Constables and   Prisoners.—Continued.
Sundry persons	
Fares, meals, beds, buggy hire, etc., Constable 0. Callaghan             and prisoners.
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9,329 65
62,836 46 3 Ed. 7       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B 71
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Victoria Transfer Co   ..
S H Thompson	
H Keast :	
Clarke & Stewart	
Crowley & Downton   ..
Peppard & Mitchell	
Geary & Doyle 	
F Rose	
J G Murchison .
H Henderson	
PHandley	
T J Derbv	
A Mitchell	
Thompson & Scoville...
T Costley	
A C Hamilton	
C Blackwood	
E Ackerman	
Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION  OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).-!
Continued.
Vote No. 91.—Transport of Constables and Prisoners.—Continued.
Fares, meals, beds, buggy hire,
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etc., Constable W. D. Miller and prisoners.
B. Marshall n
A. McGillivray n
J. M. Mutter ,,
J. A. Nesbitt
B. G. Nichol it
— Newell ii
W. Owen n
E. O'Rourke ,,
A. H. Owen ii
R. Pyper m
E. T. W. Pearse ,,
W. Poole it
J. Petite ti
H. S. Rose t,
S. Redgrave 11
W. J. Robinson it
P. J. Routh „
E. C. Simmons n
F. S. Spain
G. Sumner u
D. Stephenson u
A. B. Spain n
J. Snell ,t
W. Scott „
— Sampson n
J. A. Sinclair n
J. Simpson it
J. F. Sayre t,
S. W. Scott „
T. Shirley „
E. St. Laurent ..
Thiel Detective Agency n
J. Thomson n
W. F. Tranter ,.
J. C. Tunstall „
A. Turnbull „
S. P. Tuck „
E. J. Taylor ,,
G. W. Thomas, „
C. C. Thompson n
F. Thereux ,,
R. Thomas ii
J. Thorburn n
R. A. Upper >>
R. B. Venner 11
0. J. Vail
W. H. Bullock-Webster „
J. Wilson it
W. C. Winkel
G. J. Walker n
W. Woollacott
J. Wharnock n
D. M. Wright
T. A. Williams n
J. Wyee „
C. Woodward it
C. W. Young „
d keep of horse and buggy, Victoria   	
New Westminster....
Duncan	
Nicola 	
Kelowna	
Vancouver 	
Cranbrook	
Vancouver 	
Rossland	
Kimberley	
Clinton	
Vancouver 	
Nanaimo	
Kamloops	
Golden	
Kelowna	
Fulford Harbour.
Carried forward.
9,329 65
62,836 46
3 50
3 30
1 00
85
665 65
20 50
15 00
10 00
2 00
1 00
784 35
49 15
21 50
2 00
258 10
75 10
18 15
4 40
449 00
288 30
226 10
186 30
109 40
62 05
57 80
46 70
43 55
35 70
32 70
6 00
1 60
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638 02
287 25
266 75
38 00
32 85
97 60
29 85
17 90
10 50
8 35
2 50
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465 15
279 50
169 30
842 95
281 80
190 55
171 00
73 00
10 00
3 00
2 00
1 50
1 00
163 50
276 60
134 60
89 00
82 00
61 75
45 00
30 00
30 00
12 00
14 50
11 00
10 00
9 00
7 oo
6 00
5 00
4 00
4 00
17,728 37
62,836 46 B 72
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   ets.
$   cts
G Howard	
Vancouver Transfer Co..
J A Lavery	
Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co
B C Electric Railway Co.
C PNCo	
Union Steamship Co ....
E & N Railway	
B C Express Co	
Alberta Hotel 	
Royal Hotel	
E Dudley 	
Sockeye Hotel	
Willows Hotel	
J G Ullook	
Malcolm & Purvis  	
Commercial Hotel	
W Mabel	
T M Brayshaw  	
E B Marvin 	
R Hamilton, MRCVS..
D D Mcintosh	
F Norris	
JF Saul	
Alert Bay Saw-mill	
Stockham & Dawley ....
H Hayden	
H L Amine	
G Murdoch	
NWFRant	
J S Helmcken, M D
R E Walker, M D ..
L T Davis, M D ....
M S Wade, M D	
GAB Hall, MD...
J E McMillan .
F G Richards
J D Hall	
T J Armstrong
O J Vail	
J Stevenson ..
S P Tuck	
S Drake 	
S Redgrave...
S E Hambly ..
C Robinson, KC	
Services
Harris & Bull	
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Gard, Rook & Winter-
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Robertson & Robertson .
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Maclntyre & Applebe ...
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S Perry Mills, K C	
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McPhillips & Williams ..
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Cane & Mclnnes	
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Tupper & Griffin	
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Galliher & Wilson	
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F Peters, K 0	
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Lindsay, Lawrence &
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Macdonald & Johnson...
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Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF  JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).-
Continued.
Vote No. 91.—Transport of Constables and Prisoners.—Concluded.
Buggy, hack and horse hire, and keep of horse and buggy, Fulford Harbour....
do n Vancouver 	
do it Kamloops	
Horse feed, Fernie	
Commutation tickets for police constables from Vancouver to New Westminster.
Fares, meals, beds, for various constables	
do ,t 	
Fares n 	
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Meals and beds n during Fernie strike	
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Buggy, Provincial Police, Victoria	
Shoeing horse, repairing buggy, etc., h n       	
Gasoline for police launch, m i	
Veterinary surgical attendance, horse, n n        	
Services bringing launch from Esquimalt on various occasions	
Repairing harness, Provincial Police, Victoria	
Boat hire, Port Simpson	
Hire of steamer, Alert Bay	
Rent of boat house, Clayoquot	
Hire of launch, Vancouver	
Horse shoeing, Athalmer	
do Princeton	
Freight on outfit used searching for lost mail carriers	
Vote No. 92.—Medical Attendance at Gaols.
Medical attendance at Gaol,
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Victoria 	
New Westminster
Nanaimo	
Kamloops	
Nelson	
Vote No. 93.—Sheriffs' Fees.
Sheriff's fees, Victoria  1 month @ $62.50
do               n          11 ii 62.50
do Vancouver  12 M 62.50
do New Westminster  12 M 62.50
do Vernon  12 t, 83.33
do Barkerville arrears, $125.00, 12 ,, 50.00
do Nelson  12 „ 50.00
do Nanaimo    12 ,, 25.00
do Golden  9 ., 41.66
do            „        2 ,,14ds.41.66
Vote No. 94.—Constitutional Litigation and General law Costs.
i, re Tomey Homma, before the Privy Coun., Tor. (add. to$2,500pd. 1901-2)
Attorney-General v. Ludgate	
re school sites	
ti        	
re appeals to assessment cases	
it ii 	
Kaslo and Slocan Railway Co, v. J. R. Martin
re Fisheries conference at Ottawa	
R. Angus v. Dominion Government	
Rex v. McAdam	
Carried forward..
17,728 37
2 00
1 50
4 50
20 50
237 50
125 00
9 50
9 50
97 00
365 00
117 00
49 85
56 00
30 50
10 00
2 25
2 00
200 00
77 50
48 50
25 00
12 00
9 50
67 00
69 75
10 00
8 00
4 50
4 25
4 50
400 00
400 00
400 00
400 00
400 00
62 50
687 50
750 00
760 00
1,000 00
725 00
600 00
300 00
374 98
102 82
2,600 00
1,829 39
1,521 49
800 00
310 00
90 00
50 00
61 64
31 0C
172 24
108 76
100 00
200 60
61 30
7,836 42
19,408 47
2,000 00
5,352 80
89,597 73 3 Ed. 7 Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B 73
Edmonds & Edmonds .
A B Pottenger	
S M Brydges	
M Urquhart	
L J Seymour	
EBlygh	
F Evans	
L Harries	
TC White	
J Fraser	
A B Curie	
MGHaddon	
Q D H Warden	
E Badf ord	
II P MacMartin	
A Barlow, S M	
G Pittendrigh, S M ....
Chas Harrison, S M. .   .
L A Agassiz, J P	
A Leamy	
E A Crease, S M	
J W Thomson, J P	
O J Vail	
J R Radclive	
CPR Co	
HN Short* Sons	
C S Campbell	
Nelson Hardware Co..,
O A McKinley	
G J Johnston  	
Dockerill, Bourne & Co.
E T W Pearse	
R Rogers	
R Pyper	
Stockham & Dawley ...
P C Dunlevy	
Shepperd & Elliott	
C B Hume & Co	
P Gabrio	
R B Halhed	
H Miner	
H B Stoney	
J A Nesbitt	
B Rebagliatti	
J D McBride	
S H Hoskins	
F WB-oster	
T Dryden	
D Carroll	
FA Kelly	
J D Quail	
G Sumner	
WFTranter	
AH Wade	
Pitt & Peterson	
T H Elliott	
J H McMullin	
Abrahamson Bros	
A Austin	
J H Brooks	
E W Bickle	
G W Thomas	
G H Tuthill, M D	
F B Wells	
W G Gillett	
M P Gordon	
F Bourne	
C J Bunbury	
J W Cross, MD	
D Campbell	
Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).-
Continued.
Vote No. 94.—Constitutional litigation and General Law Costs.-
Concluded.
Services, conveyance of Koski to King .
do       Atlin Lake Co. v. E. J. Thain.
Vote No. 95. —Miscellaneous.
Services as stenographer, and expenses, etc., at various Assizes,
do
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transcript of evidence,
Rossland	
New Westminster .
Kaslo	
Atlin	
Victoria	
Fort Steele	
New Westminster ..
Stipendiary Magistrate, and expenses, Soda Creek	
ii ii various points	
ii ii Masset	
„ Yale	
Expenses holding Court at Boundary points	
do n Ymir	
do 11 Camborne	
do       as sheriff at execution of Pauquette, Kamloops	
Executioner's fees and expenses, Rex v. Pauquette and Rex v. Rose
Fares, meals, etc., for W. Dodd, Yale, on various occasions
Revolvers, hand-cuffs, leg-irons, etc.,
Paid fare for discharged prisoner, cartridges, etc.
Cartridges, lantern, etc.,
Canvas gun bag, etc.,
Paid for saw and axe,
Rubber gloves, oil, etc.,
Paid for cartridges, etc.,
Leg-irons, etc.,
Express charges on rifle,
Cartridges,
do
do
Powder, etc., for raising body of drowned man,
Grub hook, used searching for lost mail carriers,
Cartridges,
do
Repairing hand-cuffs,
Paid cartridges,
Cartridges,
do
Handcuffs,
Lantern, etc.,
do
Repairing revolver,
do       keys,
Cartridges,
do
do
do
do
Repairing keys,
Express charges on leg-irons,
Board for Crown witnesses, Rex v. Rose,
Services and expenses notifying re finding of body,
Services moving Police effects,
Clothes destroyed while acting as Special Constable,
Nursing N. Denial's,
Medical attendance on Crown witness,
Clothing for Deinars,
Labour and material erecting scaffold,
Burial of Pauquette,
Clothing, etc., for Crown witness,
Labour erecting scaffold,
Medical attendance on Demars,
do on Crown witness,
Victoria 	
Vancouver ...
Nelson	
Lac la Hache .
Clayoquot....
Atlin	
Kamloops ....
Vernon	
Soda Creek...
Clayoquot	
Soda Creek ...
Fernie	
Trout Lake...
Atlin	
Chemainus .  .
Moyie	
Revelstoke .  .
Penticton ....
Lytton	
Elko	
Kelowna	
Clinton	
Wells	
Kamloops ....
Morrissey ....
Fernie	
Comaplix
Morrissey ....
Penticton ....
Duncan	
Fernie 	
Nakusp ... .
Spallumcheen.
Atlin	
Nakusp .,
Nicola....
Nakusp ...
Nelson
Kamloops .
Nakusp ...
Kamloops .
Nakusp ..
Rossland .,
7,836 42
Carried forward.
16 61
4 20
616 70
318 40
241 10
126 95
107 00
70 00
16 00
8 00
8 00
5 50
2 00
89 60
37
121 50
82 10
76 00
7
27 80
5 70
5 00
33 50
453 25
49 15
303 25
16 85
9 25
11 50
6 50
5 95
5 75
5 60
2 45
2 25
2 25
2 00
2 60
2 00
1 85
1 50
1 50
1 45
1 25
1 25
1 25
1 25
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
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75
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34 10
7 00
20 00
20 00
57 50
55 00
25 75
53 SO
20 00
4 65
3 00
30 00
8 00
89,597 73
7,857 23
3,244 90 97,454 96 B 74
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
R F Greer	
W H Jones	
S E Manuel	
J McKissock	
L E Simmons	
Wadds Bros	
HWC Boak	
Bannerman & Lewis
B C Express Co	
Columbia Transfer Co.
Cumberland News....
Erskine, Wall & Co...
F R Murray	
Victoria Steam Laundry
W & J Wilson   	
J Hood  	
F Lewis   ...
M Mclntyre	
G Motion	
Porto Rico Lumber Co..
Union Steamship Co
Hunter Bros	
F Irvine & Co	
H F M Jones	
G Jeffs	
P S Lampman	
C Mallandaine	
G Morison	
E H McMillan	
J Munro	
W Oliver, J P	
AS Paw	
A Read 	
G C Tunstall	
Tom (Indian) . 	
W H Bullock-Webster...
Do
J Williams, S M	
S Weitzman	
J R Williams, MD	
A Robinson	
G Cruiekshank ....
E Nicholson	
F H Eaton	
J W Church	
E B Paul	
JC Shaw	
R Watson   	
W D Barber	
F M Cowperthwaite
G E Robinson	
J K Henry	
do       	
FH Eaton	
H Beer	
J W Flinton	
D Jennings	
A J Hall	
C F Yates	
J C Shaw	
F H Eaton	
E B Paul	
J W Church	
G Cruiekshank ....
A Robinson	
J D Buchanan  ....
Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF  JUSTICE (OTHER THAN  SALARIES).
Concluded.
Vote No. 95.— Miscellaneous.—Concluded.
Medical attendance on Crown witness, Steveston ..
Printing jurors lists, etc., Nelson	
Meals and bed for Crown witnesses, Nakusp
Making coffin for Cole, n
Photographs of prisoner, Rex v. Rose, n       	
do Nelson	
Refund of amt. reed, by late Cons. Lohman from Chinamen,        Vancouver .
Conveying Sheriff & Judge to and from station to Court House,   Greenwood .
Express charges on baton, Soda Creek.
Livery hire for Court, Rossland
Printing badges for special constables during strike, Cumberland
Soap, etc., Provincial Police Office, Victoria	
Paid express charges, etc., n 	
Laundering towels, n n
Officers' caps, " n      	
Removing exhibits from police to Law Court, Rex v. Kercheimer,       i	
Express charges on exhibits for trial, Greenwood .
do office effects, Phoenix...
do exhibits for trial, Nelson ....
Lumber for n h    	
Freight charges on .1 Vancouver .
Rental of rugs for Court, Rossland ...
Black flag and curtain, Rex v. Rose, Nelson .    .
Services as Clerk of Court and paid for messenger, Shoal Bay ..
Allowance for expenses, Rex v. Jeffs, Victoria....
Fees under " Legal Professions Act" for Deputy Attorney-General,    11      	
Labour and material repairing boat house, 11      ....
Sperm oil, etc., for launch, 11
Provisions for discharged prisoners. Vancouver..
Express charges on grouse found out of season, n
Paid for delivering letters, Skidegate ..
Express charges on trunk, Phoenix....
Buggy hire, with copy of registration of marriage, Rex v. Currie, Kamloops ..
Expenses as representative of Crown, Salmon Arm
Services as messenger, Westholme .
Services as special Commissioner re Liquor Licences, Fort Steele.
Paid for police whistles, etc., Nelson ..
Fares, meals, etc., holding Court, Rivers Inlet
Snowshoes for police, Wells	
Medical attendance, Ashcroft ...
VIII.-EDUCATION.
Vote No. 90.—Education Office.
Superintendent of Education  12 months @ $175
Secretary  12 .. 110
Clerk   12 1. 60
Services as examiner, Teachers' Examinations, Victoria   	
do ,1 .1 	
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supervisor,
examiner,
supervisor.
High School, Vict., 24 4-7 days (a $5.00, and expenses, $ 4.00
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 56_> „    5
„  26J .1    5
1, Ent. Ex., Vict., 10 3-7 days (00
,1     11 .1
Kaslo, 2 n
Alb'ni, 5i 11
Pt. Es'ngtn, 2± ,,
Alert Bay, 2J .1
Golden,        2       n
, and exp.,
41.75
53.75
55.75
23.75
Expenses, Teachers' Examinations, Nelson.
'do 11 Rossland	
do 11 Vernon	
do 11 Kamloops	
do re High School Entrance Examinations, Nanaimo...
do 11                       'i                        Vancouver,
do      trip to Victoria re course of study 	
Carried forward.
3,244 90
2,100 00
1,320 00
720 00
175 00
175 00
175 00
175 00
126 85
113 55
159 60
186 25
188 25
75 90
55 00
8 00
21 75
10 75
10 75
8 00
115 15
88 60
77 40
53 65
35 20
2 90
12 10
i,189 1
8 50
11 75
4 00
6 75
25 00
9 00
5 20
5 00
25
1 00
2 50
1 50
1 20
1 20
11 50
3 00
1 70
6 00
50
1 00
2 50
2 00
2 25
50 00
100 00
20 00
5 75
2 50
2 00
1 75
15 00
1 00
5 60
2 60
75
75 00
2 00
23 00
8 00
5 00
3,637 95
101,092 91 3 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B 75
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$ cts.
A C Stewart	
D Wilson	
SB Netherby	
W Hunter..'	
W Huxtable	
H Keeley	
L Thornber	
E Gudnason	
Pope Stationery Co	
do 	
T N Hibben & Co	
Clarke & Stuart	
McKay, Southon & Co...
E Pimbury & Co	
D Wilson  	
A C Stewart	
S B Netherby	
J S Gordon	
Biggar, Samuel & Co	
E & N Railway	
Sundry persons.	
Colonist P'ting & Pub Co
A Robinson  	
Henderson Pub Co	
Weiler Bros	
University Co, Ltd ...   .
D Wilson	
A C Stewart..
S B Netherby
J S Gordon .  .
Do
D Wilson	
A C Stewart..
SB Netherby.
A Robinson ..
E G Lawson ..
W Burns	
D Blair    	
J D Buchanan
D Spencer
Carried forward	
VIII.-EDLrCATION.-CoM*mMe^.
Voce No. 96.—Education Office.—Concluded.
Expenses  re High School Examinations, Victoria	
do m n Vancouver	
do u ii Nanaimo and Cumberland	
do       re annual report from Nanaimo	
Janitor, Teachers' Examinations, Victoria     9   days
do 11 Vancouver     8 n
do 11 New Westminster     7 n
do ii Vernon     7 u
Maps and globes, etc   	
Paper, ink, pencils, etc., Teachers' Examinations, Victoria	
Maps and globes ,	
Paper, ink, pens, etc., re Teachers' Examinations, Vancouver.
$ 1.50
2
1.5C
1.50
do
New Westminster.
do i, Nanaimo	
Paid for do various ,t 	
ii do ,i ,, 	
„ do ,, „ 	
do „ ii 	
Metric charts	
Freight on chart	
Stationery and books for indigent xiersons throughout the Province..
Lithographing cheques	
Paid subscription to Provincial Teachers' Institute	
Directory and expressage	
Rent of chairs	
Subscription to Educational Monthly	
W Burns	
J D Buchanan   	
D Blair    	
T Price     	
Mrs T Price	
T Keeley	
S Northrop	
Henderson Bros	
Clarke & Stuart	
W Burns	
Lyons & Slater Co	
Thomson Stationery Co.
Chapman & Hall 	
Dominion Express Co...
Cornish & Cooper 	
G B Frazar	
N J White	
Pope Stationery Co	
E Wootton	
D F Campbell   	
News Advertiser	
J W Payne	
Vancouver Hardware Co
E Arnold	
F Buscombe	
J N Morang	
Vote No. 97.—Inspection of Schools.
Inspector of schools  12 months @ S140
do    12 „ 130
do    12 ii 120
do   10 ii 120
Fares, meals, etc., as Inspector of schools r	
do m 	
do „ 	
do ,. 	
do attending Teachers' Institute, Revelstoke	
do ii n 	
do ii ii 	
do „ n 	
do ,, ,. 	
Box and cartage for exhibit	
Vote No. 98.—Normal School.
Principal   12 months @ $150
Assistant Master   12 n 125
Drawing Master  12 u 100
Janitor 12 ,, 50
Additional work as Janitress    10 da3's 2
Services during illness of Mr. Price  48   n 2
Lessons on Manual Training 	
Chemicals, apparatus and bottles	
Books, paper, pens, ink, etc	
Paid stamps, express charges, etc	
Instalment on " World's Great Classics "	
Stationery	
Plasticine, tools, etc	
Duty and freight on plasticine, etc   	
Blackboards	
Geological specimens	
Making bookcase	
Books, etc	
Specimens	
Repairs to lights	
Mailing tubes    	
Printing circulars	
Broom	
Books, etc	
Mirror	
One nature study	
Carried forward .
54 75
70 60
89 05
6 90
13 50
16 00
10 50
10 50
355 40
50 83
145 25
66 15
22 62
6 50
17 40
14 55
2 60
1 45
25 00
2 95
24 12
75 00
50 00
5 30
30 00
1 00
1,680 00
1,560 00
1,440 00
1,200 00
933 70
897 55
62S 15
502 15
116 45
56 81
49 45
38 20
34 45
2 25
1,800 00
1,500 00
1,200 0C
600 00
20 00
96 00
60 75
46 44
48 05
44 19
30 80
26 14
13 66
12 42
13 75
12 00
8 80
6 65
5 76
3 50
2 50
2 25
1 80
1 75
1 25
70
9,139 1G
5,549 16
22,045 ! B 76
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$ cts
Manitoba Institute for
Deaf, Dumb and Blind
Do
California Institute do
J Campbell	
Victoria C
Vancouver
Nanaimo
Nelson
New Westminster
Rossland
Columbia
Cumberland
Grand Forks
Greenwood
Kamloops
Kaslo
Phoenix
Revelstoke
Sandon
Slocan
Trail
Vernon
Victoria
Vancouver
Nanaimo
New Westminster
Nelson
Rossland
Cumberland
Vernon
City
J Howitt	
AFoy	
A Shaw	
C M B Christiansen
J Mebius	
A P McRae	
School Trustees	
do
do
do
do
do
H H Narraway
MR J Reid....
MA Paul	
M G Duncan...
A C Thain	
School Trustees
do
do
Brought forward.
VIII.—EDUCATION.—Continued.
Vote No. 99.—Education of Deaf and Dumb.
Maintenance of K. Hillier, O. Jenkins, J. Campbell, E. Shields, B. Cann, A. Ward
W. Helmar, B. Epps, G. B. Riley and B. Wallace 	
Fares, meals, berth, etc., for E. Shields, Winnipeg to Vancouver	
Maintenance of Helen and Irvine Knarston 	
Expenses incurred meeting children at Vancouver on return from Manitoba Inst.
Vote No. IOO.—Capitation Grant.
ear ending 30th June, 1903
for 6 mos. ending 31st Dec, 1902
for year ending 30th June, 1903
Grant of $13 per capita on average attendance for y
do 13
do 15
do 15
do 15
do 15
do 20
do 20
do 20
do 20
do 20
do 20
do 20
do 20
do 20
do 20
do 20
do 20
Vote No. 101.—Grant to HigJi ScJiools.
Grant in addition to capitation grant for year ending 30th June, 1903.
do it
do ii
do n
do ii
do ii
do ii
do ii
do ii for 6 mos. ending 30th June, 1902
Vote No. 102.—TeacJiers* Salaries and Incidental Expenses.
Alberni District.
Teacher, Alberni
do
do
do
do
do
New
Beaver Creek
Cape Scott
Gill
Quatsino
School  12 months @ $60
Grant for incidental expenses, Alberni
8
12
12
12
7
, 12 d. 50
50
50
50
50
do
do
do
do
do
New Alberni
Beaver Creek
Cape Scott
Gill
Quatsino
Total for Alberni District, 83,518.70
Cariboo District.
Teacher, Barkerville    School	
do ii ii      	
do     Quesnel i	
do      '     ., ii    	
do     Williams Lake   n    	
Grant for incidental expenses, Barkerville
do ti      Quesnel
do n       Williams Lake
School, 836.
7 months @ $80
4 „ 80
1 ii 65
10 i. 26 d. 65
12 „ 60
30 ; rent $120	
3,212 50
29 65
600 75
5 75
1,950 00
3,000 00
600 00
900 00
460 00
300 00
250 00
300 00
150 00
Total for Cariboo District, $2,606.30
Carried forward..
720 00
419 35
600 00
600 00
600 00
350 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
29
40 00
560 00
320 00
65 00
704 50
720 00
156 80
40 00
40 00
141,432 34
7,900 00
6,125 00 175,226 3 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B 77
L E Hughes ...
E I Miller	
I Fougner.  ...
M Holt	
J A Fougner .
T A Wilson....
H A Northen ..
E Bolton	
J M H Harding
School Trustees
do
do
do
do
do
A P Woollacott
M Smith	
M Bonis	
B S Smith	
D J Thomas ...
K M McKinnon
L J Brunton...
J A Halliday ..
K B MeArdle ..
C B Starrett ..
E L Burpee....
C J McDonald .
E Harrison ....
K Peacy	
J S Johnson ...
M O Dingwall .
M H Holmes...
M Crawford ...
School Trustees
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
D Allison	
J W H King ..
L B McKenzie
T Nicholson ..
K Bertiaux. .
E F Clark
ESLovell....
M R Ford
K M Lettice ..
E M Johnston
D Hammond .
J G Hands ...
C A Thomson.
L T Spragge..
A E Holmes ..
M Holt	
J A Hoy ....
E J Taylor ...
J WH'King..
Brought forward	
VIII— EDUCATION.- Continued.
Vote No. 102.-
Teacher, Atlin
do
-Teachers' Salaries and Incidental Expenses.—
Continued.
Cassiar District.
School
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Bella Coola
ii   (Lower)
Essington
Metlakahtla
Simpson
1 month   @ $95
11 ,i 95
12 ,, 60
1 i,
7 ,i
12
9 „
3
9 „
Grant for incidental expenses,
do
do ii
do
do ii
do
Atlin School, $100 ; rent, fuel, etc.
Bella Coola School	
Bella Coola Lower    u    	
Essington it    	
Metlakahtla it    	
Simpson n    	
50
60
60
60
60
60
, S300
Total for Cassiar District, $4,840.00
Comox District.
Teacher, Alert Bay
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Comox
Cortez Island
Courtenay
ii
Denman Island
Grantham
Hornby Island
Lund
Minto
Puntledge
Read Island
Union Bay
Valdez Island
12 months @ $55
12
Grant for incidental expenses, Alert Bay
1
10
1
10
1
11
10
1
9
4
12
11
12
1
8
,, 11 d. 50
,i 55
„ 26 d. 55
i, 60
ii 29 d. 50
50
„ 60
50
40
,i   5d. 40
,, 16 d. 50
55
45
ll 60
45
n 18 d. 45
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Comox
Cortez Island
Courtenay
Denman Island
Grantham
Hornby Island
Minto
Puntledge
Read Island
Union Bay
Valdez Island
Total for Comox District, $7,425.50
Couticfian District.
Teacher, Chemainus School  12 months (ft $50
do Chemainus Landing "          1 n          55
do                      ,i ii       11 ii 55
do Cowichan h        11 ,, 30 d. 55
do Crofton n          9 „          50
do Duncan n       12 ,,          60
do           ii      2nddiv'sion n       12 i, 50
do Glenora h  12 u          40
do Malahat i  12 ,,          50
do Maple Bay m      12 ,,          50
do Mount Sicker ii          4 ,.   9 d. 65
do              ,, „          7 „21d. 65
do Quamichan      1 ,,          50
do              ii      7 „15d. 50
do              ii ..            3 „ led. 50
do Sahtlam ..       10 i, 30 d. 40
do Shawnigan n       12 ,,          50
do Somenos n          1 M           50
do           ii ii        11 „ 50
Carried, forward	
95 00
1,045 00
720 00
50 00
350 00
720 00
540 00
180 00
540 00
400 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
660 00
720 00
417 75
55 00
596 15
60 00
546 80
60 00
550 00
500 00
40 00
366 65
227 00
660 00
495 00
600 00
45 00
386 15
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
20 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
600 00
55 00
605 00
658 20
450 CO
720 0C
600 0C
480 00
600 OO
600 00
279 50
500 50
60 00
374 20
175 80
438 70
600 00
50 00
550 00
26,777 40  175,226
175,; B 78
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
Brought forward ..
VIII. -EDUCATION— Continued.
Vote No. 102.—Teachers' Salaries and Incidental Expenses.-
Continued.
CowicJian District.—Concluded.
School Trustees
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
V Hardie	
FU Nicholles..
M C Campbell
H Brethour   ..
A M Howell ...
L M Sylvester .
M Godson	
M E Davey ....
S R Rowe	
A A Boorman .
W G M Rolston
School Trustees
do
do
do
do
do
do
E St J Robertson
H A Narraway...
M Few	
E M N Lettice ...
R Landells	
C B Montgomery
E K Pringle	
C H Green	
E A Orchard	
J A Robertson.,.
MR J Reid	
R Ross	
School Trustees..
do
do
do
do
do
J Mclntyre.
J B Watson.
C Vroom ...
J B Watson
C Vroom ...
J Dyker....
MB Carter.
do
E E Haslam
J C Slater .
Grant for incidental expenses, Chemainus
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Teacher, Colwood
School
1.00; rent, $90.00
Chemainus Landing
Cowichan
Crofton
Duncan
Glenora
Malahat
Maple Bay
Mt. SickerSch'l,$40; rent,$90; replacingpart'n,$7.75
Quamichan
Sahtlam
Shawnigan
Somenos
Total for Cowichan District, $9,114.65
Grant for incidental expenses, Colwood
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Esquimalt District.
School     1 month
Esquimalt
Goldstream
Metchosin
Otter Point
Rocky Point
Sooke
East
11
12
1
9
1
11
12
1
12
12
$50
50
50
50
50
40
50
50
50
do
do
do
do
do
do
Esquimalt
Goldstream
Metchosin
Otter Point
Sooke
ii      East
Total for Esquimalt District, $4,431.75
East Kootenay, NortJiem Division.
Teacher, Athalmer
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Grant for incidental expenses, Athalmer
do it       Beavermouth
Beaver Mouth
Field "
Golden
it 2nd division
Golden,       3rd       „
,i 3rd
Horse Creek
Peterborough
Windermere
School  11 mo. 29 ds. @ $50
1 month  @     50
School.
10
12
12
12
1
11
6
11
1
11
jd. 50
60
, 75
60
50
50
. 24 d. 50
55
60
, 60
do
do
do
do
Golden
Horse Creek
Peterborough
Windermere
Teacher
Cranbrook
do
,,
do
t,
do
2nd divis
do
,,
2nd
do
,,
3rd
do
lt
3rd       n
do
.,
4th       ,,
do
,,
4th       ,i
do
Elko
Total for East Kootenay, Northern Division, $6,035.00
East Kootenay, Soxitfoern Division.
School     1 month   @ $80
,   5 d. 80
, 26 d. 80
t 26 d. 65
2 ,,   6 d. 65
6 ,, 55
55
50
50
50
Carried forward	
26,777 40  175,226
40 00
40 00
40 00
130 00
60 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
137 75
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
50 00
550 00
720 00
50 00
451 75
50 00
550 00
480 00
50 00
600 00
600 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
598 35
50 00
546 65
600 00
900 00
720 00
50 00
550 00
338 70
605 00
60 00
660 00
50 00
50 00
150 00
25 00
31 30
50 00
80 00
172
707 10
639 50
140 50
330 00
330 00
100 00
300 00
600 00
41,371 90
175,226 88 3 Ed. 7       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B 79
F J Watson.  ...
E Martin	
R A McMordie..
E S Fernie 	
J Macdonald
CHall	
A Smith	
A Kidwell ...
CHall	
M Lawrence
J Hislop	
AS Bailey	
J M Richards.   .
D Crawford
H Brethour ....
J McRae	
L E Marshall ...
WT Clark	
A W Sutherland
G Butler	
T A Broadfoot ..
EL Bell	
J R Nicholson ..
School Trustees.
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
H Williams...
S Sutherland ..
F G Walton ...
S A A Fenton .
M A Clement..
W Clayton ....
J E Halliday.. .
I Reith	
E R Read ....
I M Urquhart..
S J Sutherland
School Trustees
do
do
do
do
do
AW Griffiths.
H W Brown ..
L G Whitmore
M McDowell..
M A Currie..,
M McDowell..
E J Lufkin ...
FN Elmsley..
S Shannon ...
H W Brown ..
E B Hobbs ...
A W Griffiths.
M E Grenfell .
J W Thomson
M P Sinclair..
Brought forward.
VIII.-EDUCATION— Continued.
Vote No. 102.
-TeacJiers' Salaries and Incidental Expenses.—
Continued.
East Kootenay, Soutliem Division.—Concluded.
Fort Steele
2nd division,
3rd
3rd  ,,
4th
4th
5th   ,,
5th   „
Jaffray
Kimberley
Michel
Morrissey
Moyie
2nd
Teacher, Fernie
do
do ti
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Grant for incidental expenses, Cranbrook
School     1 month
„         2 „
2nd division,
Tobacco Plains
9
12
1
11
6
5
1
11
12
12
8
1
9
1
9
12
12
5
4
1
t 24 d
, 29 d
i 18 d
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
School, $200; Janitor, $340.
Elko
Fernie School, $250 ; Janitor & sundrj' repairs,
Fort Steele School	
Jaffray u    	
Kimberley n	
Michel i	
Morrissey n    	
Moyie tt    	
Tobacco Plains tt    	
Total for East Kootenay Southern Division, $14,420.20
West, Kootenay District, Nelson Riding.
Teacher, Creston
School     1 month @    65
do
„
do
,1
do
Duhamel
do
Granite Siding
do
Hume
do
,,
do
Salmo
do
Silver King
do
Ymir
do
.,
5
5
8
12
8
4
12
1
. 30 d
. lid
Grant for incidental expenses, Creston
do ii       Duhamel
do ii       Granite Siding
do ii       Hume
do ti       Salmo
School
55
. 55
. 50
50
65
65
50
55
60
60
do
Ymir
$50 ; water rate, $16.50..
Total for Kootenay West, Nelson Riding, $4,147.50
West Kootenay District, RevelstoJce Riding.
Teacher, Albert Canyon    School     1 month  @ $50
do
,,
do
Arrowhead
do
it
do
,,
do
Comaplix
do
ii
do
do
do
Ferguson
Illecillewaet
do
,,
do
ii                         i
do
Nakusp
do
Thomson's Land'g
do
Trout Lake                ,
11
1
7
3
1
8
1
11
1
12
12
1
50
50
22 ds. 50
6 „  50
50
, 26 ds. 50
50
50
50
50
30 ds. 50
55
50
60
Carried forward.
80 00
160 00
720 00
780 00
60 00
660 00
330 00
317 60
50 00
550 00
780 00
600 00
419 35
55 00
495 00
50 00
450 00
780 00
780 00
298 35
232 15
55 00
495 00
540 00
50 00
796 00
100 00
36 75
60 00
50 00
50 00
100 00
50 00
55 00
275 00
328 25
417 75
600 00
520 00
260 00
600 00
55 00
360 00
360 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
66 50
50 00
550 00
50 00
385 50
159 70
50 00
441 95
50 00
550 00
50 00
100 00
446 80
660 00
600 00
60 00
175,226 88
60,743 55. 175,226 B 80
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
R G Gordon ...
E Wilson	
School Trustees
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
S Preston	
FE Gibson....
F W Barton ...
A Ruckle	
M McVicar ....
J Morrison	
F E Gibson	
C M Martin....
M I Campbell..
M Horton	
J A Cairnes   ..
P Terrion	
A A McPhail ...
School Trustees
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
F M Elkins	
C M Martin	
J Simpson	
E M Dalby	
G L Pedla"r	
S Hewton	
G A Wilson	
J Irwin	
M Shannon	
L M Coburn	
R Ross	
J E Smith	
J Colquhoun .. .
School Trustees .
do
do
do
do
M G Duncan...
B Moore	
J H Price	
L A Blackwell .
J Moore	
School Trustees
do
do
do
Brought forward.
VIII.-EDUCATION.-Co»*wMje<J.
Vote No. 102.-
Teachers' Salaries and Incidental Expenses.-
Continued.
West Kootenay District, Revelstohe Riding—Concluded.
Teacher, Trout Lake School	
do „ „    	
Grant for incidental expenses, Albert Canyon
5 months @ $60
6 ii 60
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Arrowhead
Comaplix
Ferguson
Illecillewaet
Nakusp
Thomson's Landing
Trout Lake
School.
rent, $240 .
Total for Kootenay West, Revelstoke Riding, $5,477.10.
West Kootenay District, Rossland, Riding.
Teacher, Anaconda      School     1 month   @ !
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Boundary Falls
Cascade
Eholt
Kettle River
„        North
Midway
11
3
1
4
5
1
10
1
10
12
12
12
t 16 d.
60
, 60
55
it 55
„ 11 d. 55
,t 50
,,29d. 50
it 50
„ 26 d. 50
,t 55
50
i, 60
Grant for incidental expenses, Anaconda
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Rent, July 1 to Dec, 31, 1902.
Boundary Falls
Cascade
Deadwood
Eholt
Kettle River
„ North
Midway
Greenwood
School.
Total for Kootenay West, Rossland Riding, $5,160.(
West Kootenay District, Slocan Riding.
Teacher
Ainsworth                     S(
do
,,
do
Lardo
do
New Denver
do
ti              2nd division
do
it                         it
do
Pilot Bay
do
Silverton
do
„
do
Three Forks
do
,,
do
ti
School.
1 month
11 it
1
12
12
9
2
1
6
3
@ 55
55
60
65
50
50
50
13 d. 55
17 d. 55
50
6d. 50
50
Grant for incidental expenses, Ainsworth
do ii       New Denver
do ii      Pilot Bay
do ti       Silverton
do ti       Three Forks
School.
8100 ; rent, $63.55
Total for Kootenay West, Slocan Riding, $4,223.36.
Lillooet District, East Riding.
School	
Teacher, Chasm
do
do       Clinton 	
do        Lac la Hache ti    	
do it      North ii     	
Grant for incidental expenses, Chasm
do n       Clinton
do ii       Lac la Hache
do ti " North
1 month (tt $55
11 ii 55
12 it 65
12 ,, 55
12           ii 55
School
Total for Lillooet District, East Riding, $2,920.00
Carried forward	
,743 55
300 00
360 00
50 00
290 00
35 20
50 00
50 00
50 00
37 95
50 00
60 00
660 00
175 80
55 00
220 00
294 50
50 00
548 35
50 00
541 95
660 00
600 00
720 00
50 00
25 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
150 00
55 00
605 00
60 00
780 00
300 00
300 00
600 00
518 85
141 15
50 00
309 80
150 00
50 00
153 55
50 00
50 00
50 00
55 00
605 00
780 00
660 00
660 SO
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
,320 65 3 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B 81
N Ellison	
A M Howell ...
W M Brandon
T B Brandon ..
E M Carson ...
J F MacLeod ..
School Trustees
do
do
do
J A Robertson.
R Wall	
I K Haarer ....
CH Loat	
V Hardie	
S Moore	
O Randle  	
J Ramsay	
F Randle  	
M G Ramsay ..
M M Robertson
B R Simpson ..
BS Smith....
M Gibson  	
L S Pringle....
School Trustees
do
do
do
do
do
G Hindle	
F F Whyte ...
B Ball 	
M Cairnes ....
J Ramsay .. .
L B Mackenzie
D Crawford ..
M Cairnes	
E J Taylor ...
F U Nicholles
J H Frame ...
M Van Sickle .
D Cattell	
G E Gibson...
M Graham....
B G Eastman.
do
M A Ramsay..
M G Ramsay..
M A Ramsay..
M B Grant
M G Ramsay...
N Heard	
A McLeod	
M J Mouat . ..
O Randle	
E M Dalby
T J Barron	
E A Huggard..
F Uren	
A John	
J H Frame	
M Milligan
Brouqht forward.
VIII.-EDUCATION — Continued.
Vote No. 102.-
■TeacJiers' Salaries and Incidental Expenses.—
Continued.
Lillooet District, West Riding.
Teacher, Alkali Lake   School      4 m. 15 d. @ $50
do        Cayoosh Creek   n     1 n 50
do        Lillooet ,t      12 i. 65
do        Pachelqua   12 n 50
do        Pavilion it         3 u 55
do ,. ,,         4 ,,   6d. 55
Grant for incidental expenses, Alkali Lake m    	
do it       Lillooet n    	
do ti       Pachelqua M    	
do ti       Pavilion n    	
Total for Lillooet District, West Riding, $2,212.30
NortJi Nanaimo District.
Teacher, Departure Bay School     1 month @ $50
do ,.   11 ii 50
do        Mountain n      12 n 50
do       Nanoose n         1 n 50
do i, ,,      11 i, 50
do        Northfield n         7 .. 60
do ii i     5 „ 60
do i.       2nd division, ,i   1 month @ $55 ;   2 .. 21 d. 50
do it „ t     8 „ 10 d. 50
do ii ,i         2 u21d. 50
do        Parksville n        12 h 50
do        Wellington ..         1 h 65
do ii it      H 'i 65
do ii       2nd division, i 12 it 55
do ii       3rd       i, it      12 ,i 50
Grant for incidental expenses, Departure Bay School	
do n      Mountain „    	
do ti       Nanoose n    	
do ii       Northfield h    	
do ti      Parksville n    	
do ii       Wellington n    	
Total for North Nanaimo District, $6,279.85
SoutJi Nanaimo District.
Teacher
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Alexandria
School.
Cedar East
it
Cedar North
Cedar South
Chase River
Extension
2nd division,
2nd division,
3rd division,
Extension, Slope 1
Gabriola, South
Harewood
Ladysmith
2nd division,
3rd   ii
4th   „
5th   ,i
6th   „
Carrud forward.
1
11
12
6
5
1
4
1
4
1
5
4
2
12
1
11
1
7
4
1
1
5
4
6
12
7
5
12
12
12
9
6
6
i28ds,
month (» $60
60
50
50
50
50
50
i    50
i 27 ds. 60
50
50
50
50
50
i    70
,    70
i    55
i    55
65
50
, 21 d. 50
i 9 d. 50
50
60
i    50
i    55
55
75
60
55
,    50
t    50
i    50
74,320 l
247 50
50 00
780 00
600 00
165 00
229 80
20 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
50 00
550 00
600 00
50 00
550 00
420 00
300 00
188 85
416 15
135 00
600 00
65 00
715 00
660 00
600 00
40 00
40 00
50 00
89 85
40 00
120 00
60 00
660 00
600 00
300 00
296 80
50 00
200 00
50 00
248 2C
50 00
250 00
200 00
100 00
600 00
70 00
770 00
55 00
385 00
220 00
50 00
85 00
265 00
200 00
360 00
600 00
385 00
275 00
900 00
720 00
660 00
450 00
300 00
300 00
175,226 1
93,627 80 175,226 88 B 82
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
M A Ramsay ..
M Brown	
M Cairnes ....
J A Teague....
K Cairnes	
E Brown	
C J Manson ...
A M Johnston .
School Trustees
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
D McKenzie ...
J Ross	
H H Schuyler ..
RSCoglan	
A M Beath	
AM Phillip	
NS Bradley	
L Cairnes	
E W Ogilvie ....
P J Bond	
B M Snider	
R H Cairnes....
E N Brown .  ...
J Templar	
C E Mellard ....
A Mennell 	
W C Acheson...
C E Stevenson..
BEL Stevenson
I M Toop	
T Miller   	
A E Van Etta...
E Bradley	
J McRae	
M A Lewis	
M P Sinclair....
I R Bowman....
B J Powell	
R S Coglan....
AEVan Etta...
T Forrest	
R S Macrae. ...
C E Murray ....
M Godson	
C M Crankshaw.
E J Campbell. .
P D MacSween .
H DTrenholme.
H H Schuyler ..
School Trustees
do
do
do
do
do
Vote No. 102.—TeacJiers' Salaries and Incidental Expenses.-
Continued.
SoutJi Nanaimo District.—Concluded.
Teacher. Ladysmith,     7th div.,   School     5 months (it $50
Brought fonvard ...
VIII.-EI)UCATION.-CoM*t»,Me(J.
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Nanaimo Bay
Nanaimo North n    ..
Nanaimo South 11
Ovster North 11
Southfield „
Van Anda u
Grant for incidental expenses, Alexandria
do ti       Cedar, East
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Rent,
Coal, etc.,
School.
7
5
12
12
12
12
12
55
55
55
55
60
50
60
North
it      South
Chase River
Extension
Gabriola, South
Harewood
Ladysmith
Nanaimo Bay
„     North
„     South
Oyster, North
Southfield
Van Anda
Extension, Slope 1
$300; rent, etc., $261.50.
$225 ; Janitor, 8346
Total for South Nanaimo District, $16,605
Westminster District, CJiilliwJiack Riding.
Camp Slough
Cheam
Chilliwhack
East
South
Teacher, Abbotsford
do „
do Aberdeen
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
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
2nd division,
3rd       ,,
2nd
2nd
Cultus Lake
Dunach
,i   South
Fairfield
Huntingdon
Jubilee
Matsqui
Mount Lehman
Rosedale
South
Upper
Grant for incidental expenses, Abbotsford
1
11
1
9
1
11
12
1
11
7
4
12
12
12
12
10
2
12
12
1
3
6
1
11
1
11
1
11
1
11
12
1
11
12
12
1
11
month   @ $50
„ 50
ii 45
i, 29 d. 45
., 50
50
,t 55
,, 50
50
,i 15 d. 70
,i 13 d. 70
n 55
ii 50
55
i, 60
60
50
,, 45
t, 50
40
i, 23 d. 40
,i 24 d. 40
50
50
50
50
45
45
40
50
50
50
50
50
60
50
50
do
do
do
do
do
Aberdeen
Atchelitz
Camp Slough
Cheam
Chilliwhack
Carried forward.
250 00
385 00
275 00
660 00
660 00
600 00
600 00
I'lQ 00
60 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
661 50
40 00
40 00
671 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
60 00
7 50
50 00
550 00
45 00
448 50
50 00
550 00
660 00
50 00
550 00
527 50
312 50
660 00
600 00
660 00
720 00
500 00
100 00
540 00
600 00
40 00
150 65
270 95
50 00
550 00
50 00
550 00
45 00
495 00
40 00
550 00
600 00
50 00
550 00
600 00
600 00
50 00
550 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
100 00
113,6S2 90 175,226 88 3 Ed. 7       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B 83
School Trustees
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
J Beattie	
H Draper 	
GERoss	
J K Mackenzie.
J M Inglis	
I, Broe	
A E Eckhardt .
P O Sharpe ....
W Murgatroyd
F O Sipprall  . ..
J Beath	
A Beath	
L E Hughes ...
J D Magee	
J A Blair	
M Shannon.
W Knapp 	
M McMillan ...
M R J Read .. .
J K McQuarrie
J N Muir	
S C McEwan .
D L M Davis.. .
M Sullivan ....
J F Harrison ..
T Henderson . .
J L Campbell..
E L Leek	
C L Thornber..
D M Davis	
A McLeod	
L Lewis	
F W Templar..
W MCox	
E B Park  	
W M Cox  	
W A Bowell .. .
B S McDonald
J A Bates ...  .
B M Carss	
C H Green . . .
E L Burpee....
DLMDavis...
J Stephen	
K M McKinnon
E D Plaxton.. .
A Beath 	
W Tomlinson ..
N Bradley	
J K McKenzie .
G C Davidson .
AV Donagh	
E N Brown....
F W Templar..
L M Muir	
Brought forward.
VIIL—EDUCATI0N.-O»M»j«e*
Vote No. 102.
-TeacJiers' Salaries and Incidental Expenses.-
Continued.
Westminster  District, CJiilliwJiacJi Hiding,—Concluded.
Grant for incidental expenses, Chilliwhack East School.
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
South
Cultus Lake
Dunach
i. South
Fairfield
Huntingdon
Jubilee
Matsqui
Mount Lehman
Rosedale
Sumas
ii South
11 Upper
Total for Westminster District, Chilliwhack Riding, $14,845.10
Westminster District., Delta, Riding.
Teacher
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Aldergrove
11 South
Anniedale
Barnston Island
Beaver
Belmont
Boundary Baj'
Brownsville
Clayton
Cloverdale
Crescent Island
Delta
ii
Douglas
Glen valley
Glenwood
Gulfside
Hall's Prairie
Kensington
East
Langley
11       East
Langley Prairie
Lochiel
Mud Bay
Newton Road
School  1
,i      11
,.      1
,,      10
.,      12
„       4
,  11
„      12
,,      3
ii      1
ti      5
,.      5
„      4
,  6
i,      9
,  2
ii      1
i.    '...'.'.'.'.'.'. ......... 3
  6
„      1
i.      11
  1
,,      11
i,      6
,,      6
ti      1
  10
i.      1
it      5
ii      5
i,      12
,,      7
,  4
,,      1
i.      6
..      4
  12
2nd division, u     3
2nd       i,         ,t    .. 9
3rd       it         ii      1
3rd       ,i         ,,      5
Srd       i.         ,,      6
it      6
i-      10
,,      2
ii      1
i.      11
,,      10
it      1
  1
  6
it       4
,i      1
month @ $50
50
50
30 d. 50
50
40
50
60
9d. 50
50
30 d. 50
50
30 d. 50
60
11 d. 55
17 d. 55
50
50
60
50
50
50
45
45
50
50
40
27 d. 40
50
50
24 d. 50
50
15 d. 50
10 d. 50
40
13 d. 40
10 d. 40
70
55
55
50
50
50
50
28 d. 50
50
50
50
50
25 d. 50
, 50
, 55
, 12 d. 55
t 13 d. 55
, 40
40 00
60 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
550 00
50 00
548 40
600 00
160 00
550 00
600 00
164 50
50 00
298 40
250 00
248 40
300 00
515 15
141 15
50 00
100 00
150 00
300 00
50 00
550 00
45 00
495 00
300 00
300 Ou
40 00
433 55
60 00
250 00
288 70
600 00
376 80
217 85
40 00
256 65
174 30
840 00
165 00
495 00
50 00
250 00
3C0 00
300 00
295 15
500 00
100 00
50 00
550 00
545 15
50 00
55 00
353 5_
245 55
40 00
Carried forward   i 1129,591 15 175,226 88 B 84
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
J K MacQuarrie
J G Hands	
W Tomlinson   ..
ML Wade	
S D Walk	
R J Plaxtojn .
J E Jay	
Wm Stott	
A Clark	
E B Park	
A M Harper ....
W McDonough .
R M Robson .. ..
M 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
J A Catherwood .
M M Watson	
B J Bowell	
C L Bowman ....
A M Maxwell
A Lazenby	
J A McLeod ....
RW Fleming....
M Sullivan	
A Haney	
E G Wardle .. ..
A B Wilkinson . .
M A Stephens ...
M C Woodward..
L E Robinson ..
G M Patterson.. .
M McKinnon ....
M J Murray	
E J Kingston....
P H Page 	
H Mclvor	
Brought forward....
VIII— EDUCATION— Continued.
Vote No. 102.-
TeacJiers' Salaries and Incidental Expenses.
Continued.
Westminster District, Delta Riding.—Concluded.
Port Kells
Prairie
Spring Brook
Sunbury
Surrey Centre
Trenant
Tynehead
Teacher, Newton Road
do Otter
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do ,,
do
do Westholm
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.
3 months   @ 40
50
Aldergrove School.
it          South       ii .
Anniedale n .
Barnston Island h .
Beaver 11 .
Belmont it
Boundary Bay u .
Brownsville u
Clayton 11
Cloverdale n .
Crescent Island n
Delta ,t .
Glenvalley 11
Glenwood n .
Gulfside it .
Hall's Prai.de n .
Kensington it .
ti           East,       it .
Ladner n .
Langley 11 .
,,       East tt .
i.       Prairie, n
Lochiel i, .
Mud Bay n .
Newton Road ■■
Otter ,i .
Port Kells ti .
Prairie h .
Spring Brook n .
Sunbury n .
Surrey Centre M .
Trenant 11 .
Tynehead m .
Westham 11 .
1
11
12
12
12
12
12
1
11
1
5
5
12
,, 50
,i 55
50
60
it 50
i, 55
" 55
i, 50
,, 30 d. 50
50
., 60
Teacher
Burton
do
do
Ferndale
do
do
Hammond
do
,i
do
Haney
do
do
,i East
do
it      ii
do
Harrison Hot S
do
,,
do
,,
do
Harrison River
do
do
i,
do
Hatzic
do
,i      Lake
do
Junction
do
„
do
Lillooet South
Total for Westminster District, Delta Riding, $22,319.75
Westminster District, Dewdney Riding.
School     lmo. 15 d. @ 50
9 mo. 23 d.
1  month
11
Carried forward.
1
11
1
11
4
4
3
1
8
2
12
12
1
11
12
50
50
50
55
55
50
50
40
40
60
60
50
50
29 d. 50
50
50
50
50
50
50
27 d.
129,591 15
120 00
50 00
550 00
600 00
660 00
600 00
600 00
600 00
65 00
005 00
50 00
298 40
250 00
600 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
20 00
40 00
40 00
20 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
25 25
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
100 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
27 85
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
74 20
493 35
50 00
550 00
550 00
110 00
50 00
550 00
40 00
440 00
200 00
200 00
193 55
50 00
447 60
100 00
600 00
600 CO
50 00
550 00
600 00
143,081 351
175,226 i 3 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B 85
TO whom paid.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$ cts.
Vot
Teache
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Grant
Teache
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
VIII.—EDUCATION— Continued.
143,081 35
720 00
600 00
452 15
267 85
600 00
50 00
650 00
225 80
300 00
148 20
150 00
060 00
600 00
600 00
40 00
308 40
110 65
600 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
'   40 00
40 00
40 00
40 CO
40 00
60 00
60 00
40 00
20 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
57 02
40 00
40 00
50 00
250 00
100 00
200 00
598 40
660 00
720 00
600 00
40 00
500 00
600 00
50 00
550 00
300 00
150 00
150 00
660 09
720 00
600 00
60 00
660 00
600 00
480 00
360 00
360 00
102 00
540 00
600 00
300 00
720 00
175,226 88
e No. 102.—TeacJiers' Salaries and Incidental Expenses.—
Continued.
Westminster District, Dewdney Riding.—Concluded.
r, Maple Ridge                    School  12 months @ $60
it              2nd division,  r,      12          tt           50
Mission                                  n         7           h 15 d. 60
A L Murgatroyd	
ii                                       „         4           ,i 13 d.
..                         n  12          ,,           50
G E Ross	
   11            ii            50
S B Campbell.         	
..           North                  ,t     6           it           50
,i               „                         „          2           ,, 27 d. 50
,,               t,                         it         3           n           50
J King	
A E Dixon 	
L E Marshall
Port Moody                           „      12          ,,           55
Silverdale                              11  12           11           50
Stave River                           ,,      12          ,,           50
ii                                       „           7           ii 22 d. 40
,,                                          ii         2           "23 d. 40
HG Marshall	
do
do
do            	
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do            	
dc            	
do
do
do            	
do
do            	
do            	
do            	
do
A M Philip	
Total for Westminster District, Dewdney Riding, $14,358.77
Westminster District, Richmond Riding.
,,                                                6           ,,           50
M R J Reid...
,i                                           ,,         2           it           50
ii                                          ii           4           ii           50
Bowen Island                        u      11           ,i30d. 50
S Shepherd	
tt    West                               12           n           60
tt       ti      2nd division, n      12           n           50
J N Muir	
S Marsdon 	
ii                                          n       5 mos. @$40;    6           ,,           50
English                                     „       12           ,,           50
NROolbeck	
T A McGarrigle	
J McMillan	
Moodyville                          h     12          n          55
North Arm                            it      12          h          60
0 A Crandell	
t.                                       it      11           ,i           60
it          2nd       „          i,      12          ii           50
Steveston                            n          6          n          60
ii                                       it         6           „           60
H M Carter	
J Wright	
AM Black	
it          2nd division,   t,         .      12          n           50
E 0 Duke	
ii          South               ,t      12           „          60
163,281 82
175,226 88 B 86
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
G M Glover....
W J Clement..
School Trustees
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
N Morrison....
K Furniss	
L R Renwick..
A B Wallace.. .
J W Sinclair...
M E Camp ...
L Leamy	
AW Cook	
J W Sinclair.. .
SR Roe	
M F Hart	
R M Springer. .
E Bradley	
R Offerhaus ...
J H Monk	
A Currie	
G L Brethour..
C Black	
M M Brethour.
School Trustees
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
E A Clark	
M A Offerhaus.
M Miller	
S D Pope	
B C Couves....
F M Strachan.
I Cathcart	
J D Colquhoun
H B Marchant .
A Cathcart....
H C Shelton ...
D A V Butler ..
HO Case	
R R Watson ...
E I Miller	
Brought forward
VHI.-EDUCATI0N.-<7o»i*iMue<?.
Vote No. 102. - TeacJiers' Salaries and Incidental Expenses.-
Continued.
Westminster District, RicJimond Riding.—Concluded.
Teacher, Vancouver, South, 2nd division,
do i. West
Grant for incidental expenses, Barnet
School  12 months @ $50
     12 „ 60
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Bowen Island
Burnaby
it       West
Eburne
English
Howe Sound
Lulu
Moodyville
North Arm
Sea Island
Squamish
Steveston
Vancouver
East
North
South
West
$20 ; rent, $70 .
Total for Westminster District, Richmond Riding, $14,378.75
NortJi Victoria District.
Teacher, Beaver Point School  12 months @ $50
do        Burgoyne Bay u           7 M 55
do it ii           5 it 55
do        Galiano n        ...    1 it 50
do ,, it      11 ,i 50
do it       South ii         1 i. 40
do ,, it         9 „ 28 d. 40
do        Ganges n       12 u 50
do        Mayne Island n         1 u 50
do 'tt it    11 " 60
do        Pender Island u         1 n 50
do ,, ii         3 ,,23d. 50
do .1 it           7 „   7d. 50
do        Saanich, North n         2 n   3(1.50
do i. ii           9 ., 16 d. 50
do        Sidney   11 .. 29 d. 50
do        Vesuvius u         6 M 55
do ti ■     5 „ 30 d. 55
do i.       North .t       12 „ 50
Grant for incidental expenses, Beaver Point        School	
do it       Burgoyne Bay n      	
do it        Galiano n    	
do 'i ii       South 	
do it        Ganges n    	
do ti       Mayne Island u    	
do tt       Pender Island n    ..   ..	
do ii       Saanich, North ■	
do •!       Sidney it    	
do it       Vesuvius n    	
do ii tt       North n      	
Total for North Victoria District, $7,017.04
Teacher, Cadboro Bay
South Victoria, District.
School          12 months @ $50
do
Cedar Hill
do
ii             2nd division,
do
Craigflower
do
Elk Lake
do
Gordon Head
do
Lake
do
Oak Bay
do
ii
do
Prospect
do
Saanich, South
do
i,       West
do
Strawberry Vale
do
Tolmie
do
,,               2nd   it
Carried forward.
12
9
12
12
12
12
10
2
12
12
12
12
12
1
60
50
60
50
50
55
55
55
50
55
60
55
70
55
163,281 82
600 00
600 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
68 35
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
60 00
60 00
40 00
40 00
60 00
90 00
60 00
40 00
600 00
385 00
275 00
50 00
550 00
40 00
397 35
600 00
50 00
550 00
50 00
188 35
361 65
105 00
476 65
658 15
330 00
329 10
600 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
20 79
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
600 00
720 00
450 00
720 00
600 00
600 00
660 00
550 00
110 00
600 00
660 00
600 00
660 00
840 00
55 00
180,762 21
175,226 ! 3 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B 87
BS Smith	
W H Campbell.
G A Godson . . .
School Trustees
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
A Letts	
0 McPherson...
NG McDonald..
E H Mayne ...
A McLennan .. .
M E Nicholas. ..
C L Thornber.. .
E J Taylor	
M L Palmer ....
J M Cleveland ..
F W Hicks ....
D S DeBou	
A File	
K E McDougald
E McNaughton .
J A Rowe	
K E McDougald
B Moore  	
L Smith	
E G Kingston.
D W Sutherland
R G Gordon ....
H P Williams...
C J McDonald ..
J Sutherland ...
E Moore	
W S Snider	
S B Campbell.
K E McDougald
M E Nichol	
MM Clement...
J A Mclntyre...
A Fraser .   	
S JKillins	
A Bennett	
J M Cleveland ..
II P Williams...
A Smith	
A E Elliott....
G WHall	
E N Bell	
J M Cleveland..
E M Lauder ....
C G Elliott	
D Chisholm ....
M Diamond ....
S A Mills	
R w Taylor ....
J F Tupper	
J Sutherland ...
R C Ellis	
J Simpson	
M A Lewis	
K S Hogg	
Brought forward.
VIII— EDUCATION.- Continued.
Vote No. 102.—Teachers' Salaries and Incidental Expenses.-
Continued.
South  Victoria District.— Concluded.
Teacher, Tolmie,     2nd division, School	
do ii 2nd       ii ii    	
do it Srd        it it    	
Grant for incidental expenses, Cadboro Bay
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Cedar Hill
Craigflower
Elk Lake
Gordon Head
Lake
Oak Bay
Prospect
Saanich, South
i,       West
Strawberry Vale
Tolmie
School.
1 month   (8 $55
9 ,,24d. 65
12 ,t 50
$40 ; water rate, $12 .
40 ,i 12 .
Total for South Victoria District, $10,190.95
Teacher
Anarchist Mountain
do
Armstrong
do
ii       2nd division
do
Blue Springs
do
Camp McKinney
do
Coldstream
do
,t
do
n
do
Commonage
do
it
do
i,
do
,,
do
Deep Creek
do
H
do
n
do
Enderby
do
n       2nd division,
do
Fairview
do
i,
do
ii
do
Kelowna
do
,,
do
it        2nd division,
do
Keremeos
do
it
do
Landsdowne
do
Lumby
do
Mabel Lake
do
Mara
do
tt
do
Okanagan
do
Falls
do
ii          Landing
do
ii                  ii
do
n                  it
do
Okanagan Mission
do
ii                ti
do
ii                it
do
South
do
,,          West
do
Otter Lake
do
it
do
it
do
Peachland
do
Penticton
do
,,
do
Rock Creek
do
Rock Mountain
do
Round Prairie
do
Similkameen
do
n
do
Spallumcheen
do
ii
do
Summerland
Yale District, East Riding.
School      10 months 23 days @ $50
12 months @   60
11
12
11
1
2
2
1
5
3
2
6
3
3
12
3
1
3
5
6
6
3
1
11
12
12
6
6
5
12
12
1
3
8
1
2
3
11
2
4
12
12
12
1
8
1
11
4
29 d. 50
50
50
60
50
18 d. 50
50
50
20 d. 50
50
50
50
50
60
50
50
50
14 d. 50
60
60
50
55
55
50
55
50
50
3 d. 50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
28 d. 50
50
50
50
15 d. 60
13 d. 50
23 d. 60
15 d. 50
23 d. 50
50
50
50
55
55
55
55
16 d. 55
Carried forward.
55 00
537 15
600 00
40 00
60 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
52 00
52 00
40 00
40 00
29 80
40 00
100 00
538 35
720 00
598 35
600 00
550 00
60 00
100 00
129 05
60 00
250 00
182 25
100 00
300 00
150 00
150 00
720 00
150 00
50 00
150 00
266 15
360 00
360 00
150 00
65 00
605 00
600 00
660 00
300 00
300 00
254 85
600 00
600 00
50 00
150 00
400 00
50 00
400 00
46 65
600 00
600 00
300 00
124 20
170 95
704 50
128 05
241 95
600 00
600 00
600 00
55 00
440 00
55 00
605 00
250 20
175,226
200,348 66 175,226 83 B 88
.Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$     cts.
200,348 66
40 00
125 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
60 00
85 00
23 55
40 00
20 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
27 14
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
20 00
150 00
600 00
600 00
550 00
460 00
200 00
60 00
549 20
600 00
600 00
300 00
298 40
600 00
600 00
60 00
550 00
55 00
106 45
493 25
600 00
660 00
150 00
50 00
550 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
20 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
175,226 88
VIII
Vote No. 102—Tea
Vale D
Grant for incidental exper
do                         i
do                         ,
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do                         i
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do                         ,
do
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do                         i
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Rent
Y
Teacher, Campbell Creek
do               ,,
—EDUCATION— Continued.
ital Expenses.—
ded.
cJiers' Salaries and Incidei
Continued.
istrict, East Riding.—Conelu
do            	
do            	
Armstrong                  11   $60 ;
rent, $65	
do
do
do            	
do            	
do
do
do
do
Keremeos                  h   $40;
do            	
do            	
do
do            	
do
do            	
do
do            	
do            	
do
i             ,i        West          ii    	
do
do           	
do            	
do
do
do
do
do            	
do            	
do           	
M D Knight	
A Booth	
Total for Yale District, E;
ale District, North. Riding.
South        ,i    	
ist Riding, $19
12 months ii
12           ,,
11 ..
9
4 ii
1            i,
10           ii 30
12 ,,
12
6           ii
5 ,i 30
12           ii
12           ,,
1            ,,
11
1            ..
1            ,, 29
8           ,i 29
12           i,
12           ,.
3
1            i,
11
251.19
i $50
50
50
50
50
50
d. 50
50
50
50
d. 50
50
50
50
50
55
d. 55
d. 55
50
55
50
50
50
do        Craigellachie
do       Dolan's Corners
do        Ducks
do              it
do        Glenemma
do        Grand Prairie
do        Nicola
do
do        North Thompso
do
do        Notch Hill
do              ii
do        Salmon Arm, Es
do              it
do
do              ..                 fl
E LBell	
■■
E Y Gillis ...
"    	
HOlding	
M V Beattie
H M Grant .
West        ,i   	
A Holland	
E S MeCully
E F A Cooper	
M McMillan	
do              i,                                       ,i           	
Grant for incidental expe
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
i                ,i        West      ,,	
do
.      Notch Hill                ii     	
do
do
West    „   	
do
Carried forward
211,621 65
175,226 88 3 Ed. 7       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B 89
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$    cts.
211,621 65
20 00
40 00
330 00
330 00
780 00
300 00
277 40
720 00
50 00
550 00
352 25
40 00
560 00
55 00
605 00
60 00
550 00
50 00
253 35
200 00
660 00
330 00
330 00
120 00
113 55
102 65
600 00
50 00
400 00
150 00
450 00
600 00
40 00
100 00
40 00
29 33
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
60 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
110 00
50 00
6 40
175,226 88
VIII—EDUCATI0N.-C<mef2«Jed.
oenses.—
Vote No. 102.— TeacJiers' Salaries and Incidental Exu
Concluded.
Yale District, North Riding.—Concluded.
do
Total for Yale District, North Ridin
Yale District, West Riding.
do              tt                                       ii         6
g, $9,902.30
hs (fi; $55
it           55
,t           65
50
i, 17 d. 50
,           60
,           50
50
,i 25 d. 40
40
t           50
,           55
i            55
,           50
50
it           50
„   2 d. 50
,           50
55
t           55
.           55
,           40
, 26 d. 40
„ 17 d. 40
50
,           50
50
50
,           50
,           50
M Wood	
do               ii                 2nd        ii          it         5
W R Ellenwood	
E M Crake	
do               ,i                                              11
do              ii       ii                              ii         1
do              t,                                       ii      11
do              „       ,,                                11
W Mooney	
FNElmsly	
do              ii                                       ii         4
A M Lewis	
C Black   	
do        North Bend                          „      12
MLWhillans	
do              it                                       ti         6
do        St. Elmo                                ii         3
do              ti                                       ii             2
E M McBride	
E C Loat 	
C H Loat	
E R Read	
do        Yale                                       „      12
do            	
do            	
do            	
do            	
do            	
do            	
do            	
do            	
do            	
do                       i,      North Bend               ,t   $40; rent, $10
do            	
do            	
do            	
do            	
do             	
do                         n       Spuzzum                     ti   $40; rent, $70
do                         ii       Yale                             .,    	
do            	
J Smith	
Total for Yale District, W'est Riding
IX.-TEANSPOKT.
$10,7
34.93
946 11
82 91
22 42
3 53
16 35
12 14
17 61
4 10
222,416 58
397,643 46
Vote No.  103.—CJiarges on Remittances.
Bank of B N A	
do                ii                    ii                    ii             	
Imperial Bank of Canada
Royal Bank of Canada ..
do                  ii                     i.                     ..              	
do                  ii                     it                     ii              	
Dominion Express Co...
Post Office 	
do                  it                     t.                      i              	
do         	
1,105 17 B 90
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
J R Martin .
L Norris ..
W Dodd....
H Wright..
E E Potts . .
R E Gosnell
Hon D M Eberts .
Hon E G Prior.. .
Hon WC Wells..
Hon J D Prentice
Hon W W B Mcln
Hon R McBride
J H Turner ...
J A Anderson .
W J Goepel.  ..
W F Robertson
F C Gamble
J R Anderson .
Sundry persons
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Brought forward.
IX.-TRANSPOB.T- Continued.
Vote No. 103,—CJiarges on Remittances.—Concluded.
Paid charges on remittances, Nelson   	
do 11 Vernon	
do ii Yale	
do i. Nelson  	
do ii Yreka	
Paid exchange on B. C. drafts during coronation trip	
Vote No. 104.—Travelling Expenses of Officers on Duty.
Travelling e
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
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do
do
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do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
M. Palmer, Commissioner of Freight Rates	
P. Rabcock, Commissioner of Fisheries	
B. McKilligan, Surveyor of Taxes	
McNeill, Secretary to Chief Commissioner of L. & W.
Carmichael, Provincial Assa.ver	
C. Killeen, Inspector of Public Works	
McGregor, Inspector of Mines	
Dick, i. 	
Morgan, n 	
Peck, Chief Inspector of Boilers, New Westminster .
H. Goldie, ,,
O. Madigan, u Nelson	
Baxter, n Victoria	
J. Skinner,   Inspector of Timber   	
R. Martin, Asst. n 	
Murray, Forest Ranger	
Gibbins, Inspector of Animals	
Cunningham, Inspector of Fruit Pests	
F. Tolmie, Veterinary Inspector	
O. S. Scholefield, Provincial Librarian	
F. Armstrong, Government Agent, Fort Steele	
E. Griffiths,
A. Turner,
A. Renwick,
Kirkup,
G. McMynn,
A. R. Lambly,
Norris,
C. Tunstall,
Fraser,
W. Valleau,
Bowron,
A. Fraser,
Flewin,
Baird,
Bray,
Thomson,
Maitland-Dougall,
Robson,
L. Smith,
Hunter, Minin
Dodd,
Murray,
Wright,
N. Rolfe,
C. McLennan, (acting)
McKay,
J. Rant,
D. DesBrisay,
Dalby,
B. Anderson, (acting)
Edwards, as clerk
. B. Smith, ,,
Golden .
Nelson .
ii Rossland	
ii Greenwood   	
ii P^airview	
it Vernon	
it Kamloops	
ti Revelstoke	
ii Manson	
ii Barkerville   	
Atlin	
it Port Simpson 	
■ i Cumberland  	
11 Nanaimo   	
it Ladysmith	
ii Duncan	
it New Westminster
it Alberni	
Recorder, Princeton	
,, Yale	
it Nicola	
ii Nelson	
ti Creston	
Harper's Camp .
Wells	
Bennett 	
Revelstoke
Atlin to Wells .
Carried forward.
24
35
2
06
2
40
1
60
1
35
9
75
250 00
373 40
7S2 50
226 50
86 00
50 00
24 94
204 25
278 45
096 05
321 93
396 10
183 30
662 80
177 50
110 60
588 ?0
097 75
829 75
631 80
352 00
291 95
216 30
937 10
600 25
35 00
766 10
254 50
509 35
246 30
433 85
20 00
614 95
635 32
70 55
10 00
35 20
153 30
192 20
118 55
27 15
453 20
262 30
98 00
385 25
93 05
141 75
56 76
27 20
51 05
23 50
92 50
104 50
8 20
9 50
7 55
30 00
49 20
57 54
23 00
16 80
52 00
238 90
11 10
47 50
23,262
1,146 67
1,146 67 3 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B    91
J McKen	
H Combe 	
H W Heal	
BG Nicoll 	
G Mackay	
F Evans	
J G Ulloek	
I) Irwin	
R E Gosnell	
do 	
do 	
Victoria Transfer Co ...
G Winter 	
J II Ferguson	
S W Eastman	
E Marston	
R Bray	
R Carter ......
TH McKay	
T K Dunn ....
W L Fagan ....
H C Major .   . .
do
C C Fisher	
A Everson	
H Nicholson...
E E Potts	
W T Dawley...
P D Hope	
E Elwell  	
J H Munro ....
A Megraw	
J Pelly	
J H Lyon.....
F M Gillespie ..
L A Agassiz .. .
J Stevenson .. .
D Black	
E Walter	
E Hooson	
A B Buckworth
C D Blackwood
T Brown	
W Simpson....
WHWalkey.. .
J Scott   ..
J H Raby	
WE Curtis....
S A Singlehurst
B Brynildsen .
A Lucas	
E C Simmons..
H Hunter	
J A Nesbitt ...
C A Newitt....
F G Richards..
J E McMillan..
T J Armstrong
S Mellard	
F W Warren...
A Carney	
Brought forward.
IX.-TRANSPORT.-Cowc?»detf.
Vote No. 104.—Travelling Expenses of Officers on Duty.— Concluded
Travelling expenses, Registrar Cariboo	
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do adjusting disputes on Boulder Creek, n      ....
do J ud.ge's stenographer at Vancouver	
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Board of G. A. Potts,    n n Golden   	
Allowance for travelling expenses, Victoria to Kamloops and return	
Travelling expenses in connection with Coronation ceremonies, London, England
do n journey to Ottawa	
do i. Teachers'Convention, Revelstoke...   .
Hack hire for Ministers, Victoria	
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XL-REVENUE SERVICES.
Vote No.  105.—Commission, Courts of Appeal, Travelling
Expenses and Miscellaneous.
(■Commission.)
Commission on collections, Victoria City, Esquimalt and Victoria Districts, $14,229 @ 7£ per cent.
do                     Vancouver   City (less $183.46 paid in previous year), $14,445 @ 7£
Vancouver City  5
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paid commission  5
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McDame Creek 25
Camp McKinney 25
Yreka 20
Clayoquot 20
Moyie 20
Cranbrook and Kimberley 20
Manson 20
Beaverdell 20
Chilliwhack      20
Tom Creek.    20
Hedley 15
Agassiz 15
Barkerville 15
Olalla     10
Salt Spring Island 10
Pender Island 10
Nelson and Ymir 10
 10
Sandon    10
Howser 10
Kaslo 10
Chilliwhack  10
Kitimaat 10
Lowe Inlet 10
Port Simpson 10
Rivers Inlet and Bella Coola 10
Van Anda  5
Vernon  5
Princeton     5
Penticton  5
free miners' certificates, Manson Creek 20
marriage licences, Victoria 10
 10
ii New Westminster       .10
Chilliwhack 10
,i Trail 10
ii Kaslo     10
Carried forward	
23,262 68     1,146 67
161 50
5 70
16 00
3 50
22 75
4 40
40 35
50 00
1,821 30
248 25
52 10
364 25
19 00
4 50
1 50
1 50
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 j   26,080 28
999 91
206 50
12 60
372 10
102 00
22 20
44 18
185 38
222 07
34 15
101 80
65 45
51 30
230 05
87 35
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61 38
162 74
818 00
166 42
280 87
9 36
361 10
159 00
47 05
19 68
26 40
60 00
12 65
10 90
16 27'
198 40
21 90
21 30
7 95
7 35
4 00
122 50
9 00
39 50
7 00
2 00
2 50
27,226 95
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1,067 17
6,458 93 B 92
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
E Baillie	
P Wright	
ADR Taylor	
J A Catherwood	
S Williams 	
LGHill   	
N W Smelt & Refin'g Co.
ATHearn 	
S H Tov	
E & N Ry Co	
B C Milling & Tradng Co
L G Dundas	
Westminster Packing Co
D Douglas	
Van & Fraser Riv C'nries
Chong Law	
Beaver Cannery .  	
B Roberts	
A Mitchell 	
Cross Bros	
J J Johnston   ...
Lee Co    	
B C Packers Ass'n	
J Rayner	
E H Heaps & Co	
J Coughlan	
LT Dundas & Co	
W Campbell	
F Dorman 	
Oriental Trading Co ....
N Carter   	
A Hov	
H Hoy	
J C Hutcheson	
CPRCo	
J L Stewart   	
Can Pacific Lumber Co..
N H McQuarrie	
Brackman-Ker Milling Co
C PNCo	
S R Conner	
W Watkins	
A E Stevens	
Yale-Columbia L'ber Co.
Montreal-Boston Cop Co.
H D Rose	
B Lequime	
M Galbraith	
S Curry	
FKeffer 	
JF Povah	
W H Falding	
J F Maloney	
G Ellis	
Great Western Mines,Ltd
W McQueen	
C AHurlbert	
Revelstoke Lumber Co..
Granby Con MS&PCo.
C V Jenkins	
T W Bingay   	
B White	
BC Chartered Co, Ltd..
J Dewar	
HZ Brock	
R W Brigstocke	
C A Sandif ord	
W G Scott	
WS Jenkins	
G Aylard	
Cross & Co	
N McL Curran	
J WStewart	
Crow's N Pass R'way Co.
Brought forward	
XI.-REVENUE SVRyiCm.-Continued.
Vote No. 105.—Commission, Courts of Appeal, Travelling
Expenses and Miscellaneous.—Continued.
(Commission.)—Continued.
Commission on marriage licences,
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Rossland 10 per cent.
Columbia 10
Ladner 10
Hatzic and Mission City 10
Quesnel 10
Carried forward.
458 93
2 50
2 00
2 00
1 50
1 00
79 05
22 95
16 50
3 00
32 40
16 35
7 35
8 85
6 45
5 25
4 20
2 55
1 65
1 50
1 05
40 65
11 40
8 25
4 95
4 95
3 15
2 85
2 55
2 40
2 25
2 25
1 95
1 35
1 20
544 80
39 30
13 95
10 35
3 60
3 30
2 40
2 10
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16 05
11 10
6 16
2 55
2 25
67 50
64 35
23 10
21 60
13 35
12 15
9 45
6 60
4 80
1 20
72 30
63 30
55 20
6 00
4 80
3 00
5 50
1 95
3 00
1 35
1 50
2 10
3 00
6 45
58 50
278 55
216 58l 3 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B 93
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$   cts.
8,216 58
375 45
16 95
22 65
16 50
11 70
7 20
5 55
4 80
4 95
4 35
4 20
3 00
19 65
16 00
5 55
8 10
7 35
5 40
3 30
3 15
2 55
75
240 00
60 00
XL-REVENUE SERVICES.-C<m*im«ed.
A Guthrie & Co	
East Kootenay L'ber Co.
Columbia River L'ber Co
G P Wells	
Vote No. 105.—Commission, Courts of Appeal, Travelling
Expenses and Miscellaneous. —Continued.
( Commission.)—Concluded.
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Cranbrook Lumber Co..
Mott, Son & Co	
W J O'Brien  	
Labourer's Co-op G S & C
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(Courts of Appeal.)
Judge, Courts of Appeal, Vancouver Island,                   39 d. @ $10 ; expen., $23
do                  ti                 Princeton, Kamloops, etc.,    11     n     10         n        64.50
do                  ii                 Grand Forks, Rossland, etc., services and expenses	
do                  ii                 Ashcroft, Yale, Lytton,   n      3    n     10; expen., $ 8.10
F C Neill	
J S Wallace 	
Rossland-Kootenay M Co
W S Drewrv	
H C Major	
W E Blossom	
9,065 68
413 00
174 50
84 50
75 80
40 00
38 10
25 00
20 00
144 10
27 00
JLG Abbot	
D W Rowlands	
W J Dickey	
N F MacKay	
Services and exp. as assessor att. Courts of Revision, Vernon and Kettle River Dist.
(Travelling Expenses.)
1,042 00
42 00
64 50
39 00
12 50
2 00
2 00
6 00
11 00
10 00
48 35
10 00
2 50
643 10
519 65
229 30
51 20
13 80
7 60
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101 30
396 10
19 35
9 10
13 20
114 12
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18 00
8 00
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do                   M. Bate,                            ii         Wellington	
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do                  J. F. Collister,                „                    „
do                   W. Wollacott,                   „         Alert Bay	
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do                   C. C. Fisher,                     i,         New Westminster District.
do                   J. Scott,                            ii                     ,,
do                   H. C. Major,                     M                     n
do                   J. J. Johnston,                ,,                     ,,
do                   F. S. Spain,                      ,,                     .,
do                  J. B. Kennedy,               n                    i,
do                  T. H. McKay,
do                  W. Fagan,                       n        Vancouver District
do                     H. K. Dunn,                       „                       ,,
do                   H. Brooke,                        n (clerk)        ,,
do                   W. Dodd,                          ,.         Yale	
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do                   I. A. Dinsmore,               u         Grand Forks	
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do                   J. R. Brown,                     ,,         Kettle River District	
2,515 27
10,107 68 B 94
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$   cts
Sundry persons	
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WO Carter	
B C Electric R'way Co
G Alderson	
D Alexander	
F Appleton	
W A Armstrong
WBoyd	
W H Brandon ..,
J Brethour	
S Brewer	
T Brown	
F Burn	
II B Cannon....
J Carthew	
R L Cawston .   . .
J Clapperton	
FPOook	
J Cummisky
W H Davidson..
A B Docksteader
W Durban	
E A Elton	
J Gordon	
W Grimmer ..  .
W .1 Harris	
G A Huff	
E Jacobs 	
EJohn	
W A Johnstone..
J Jane 	
T Kirkpatrick ..
J Lake	
J Lj'ons	
J S McBride ....
D A McMillan ..
D McPherson. , . .
J Marshall	
Brought forward....
XL-REVENUE SERYICM.-Continued.
Vote No. 105—Commission, Courts of Appeal, Travelling
Expenses and Miscellaneous.—Continued.
(Travelling Expenses.)—Concluded.
Meals, fares, beds, etc.
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H. P. Nelson,
H. S. Rose,
,1. C. Tunstall,
E. C. Simmons,
G. Murray,
E. T. W. Pearse,
W. L. Fernie,
J. W. Burr,
A. C. Minty,
F. Fraser,
W. E. McLauchlin,
F. C. Campbeli,
W. Scott,
E. E. Chipman,
H. Wright,
J. Murray,
J. Kirkup,
J. E. Hooson,
W. N. Rolfe,
F. C. Lang,
W. Stephenson,
C. Phair,
R. A. Hume,
A. S. Carter,
J. McMillan,
J. F. Sayre,
H. W. Heal,
E. J. Thain,
H. B. Cameron,
W. G. Paxton,
T. D. DesBrisay,
J. Flewin,
Collector, Kettle River District
Kelowna	
Vernon	
Nicola
Kamloops .
Revelstoke .
Trout Lake
Burton	
Kaslo	
Nelson	
Rossland   	
Trail	
Creston   	
Golden	
Quesnel Forks
Lillooet	
Dog Creek ..,
Lytton	
Atlin District.
Expenses attending Courts of Revision,
Tickets for Assessor's Office,
Bennett	
Skeen District	
Victoria Cit,v District.
New Westminster ....
(Miscellan eons.)
Services as Licence Commissioner  1 day
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1.70
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2.60
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1.70
4.50
2.50
31.25
1.50
1.25
2.60
4.00
16.00
1.80
2.00
58.15
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2,515 27
10,107 68
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16 50
37 20
5 00
10 00
29 25
79 35
13 60
10 50
45 00
2 75
2 00
3 35
175 10
76 25
70 75
214 50
4 50
28 55
125 20
213 50
134 50
39 50
14 50
98 50
14 75
16 00
13 00
8 50
4 76
9 95
173 95
38 35
37 60
4,287 87
7 25
10 00
11 70
11 00
23 00
6 70
12 00
24 00
6 80
30 70
5 00
7 50
66 00
32 00
26 00
5 00
6 70
14 50
7 50
86 25
12 00
31 50
6 25
5 00
12 60
19 00
56 00
11 30
5 00
5 00
7 00
)9$ 15
22 00
10 00
7 50
807 40
14,395 55 3 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B 95
A Megraw 	
J S Mercer	
J Muir	
G Newman	
J Norcross 	
.7 Orr	
W H Rowling	
W S Santo	
WSaul	
J S Shopland	
J Sinclair	
B Swanton	
C H Tarbell	
D J Thomas	
W B Townsend	
T Turnbull	
W Walker	
R P Wallis	
A Walters	
E Weddell	
D J Weir	
W H Whimster	
The Colonist P & P Co ..
The Columbian Co, Ltd.
The Daily Province	
The Kootenaian	
The World Pub Co  	
The Cumberland News..
Nanaimo Free Press ....
The Prospector, Ft Steele
Trail Creek News	
Ashcroft Journal . ...
Ladysmith Leader ....
Kootenay Mail	
Vernon News P & P Co
The Daily News .....
Rossland Miner P & P Co
Kamloops Standard	
Atlin Claim	
The Outcrop	
Sandon Paystreak	
Slocan Drill	
R T Lowery	
Blackburn & Webster...
Tribune Co	
The Prospector, Lillooet
W T Jackman	
Similkameen Star	
J Scott	
H C Major 	
F M Beecher	
W A Cumyow	
W G Murray	
A E Thomas  	
E C Simmons	
B Frank	
C T Haslam	
E J Stevens	
A B Anderson	
J W Bell	
W C Dixon	
E Matheson   	
Hudson's Bay Co	
E FG Richards	
FG Richards	
E Hooson	
W L Fagan	
HI DeBeck	
F Norris	
C Cameron	
Woodmen's Hall	
Sergt Sayres	
T Roberts	
C C Fisher	
Brought forward	
XL-REVENUE SERVICES.-Co»rim«ee.,
Vote No. 105.—Commission, Courts of Appeal, Travelling
Expenses and Miscellaneous.—Continued.
(Miscellaneous.)—Continued.
Services as Licence Commissioner.
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Services collecting taxes, etc.
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New Westminster District, 129 d. @ $3	
Fraser River    48    n     3.	
Chilcotin	
fm Chinese,Fraser River Canneries. ...  15 d. @$4	
Nicola Lake     14     n    2.60 exs. $21
Otter Valley, etc     8    n     2.50	
Vernon	
Alberni 	
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Typewriting.
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Repairing bnggy	
Scaling logs    	
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Services taking charge of B. C. Shingle Co.'s Mills  3i day!
Provisions supplied J. Flewin, collecting on Skeena River	
Preparing tax sale roll and services in office,        Vancouver  52
Services selling property at tax sale, Victoria     3
do  and expenses correcting assessment roll, Pender Island... 21
Sundry expenses
' $2.50
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Valise for Assessor's office,
Leather case for       11
Expenses inspecting and granting licence at
Rent of hall for Licence Commissioners at
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Preparing list of steamers registered at
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New Westminster	
Rossland	
Wilmer	
Ladysmith     2 daftys @ $5
Esquimalt	
Victoria 	
New Westminster   	
Carried forward.
807 40
28 00
14 60
13 00
34 S5
10 00
5 00
6 50
10 00
24 00
18 00
IS 00
12 00
7 50
12 00
18 90
7 50
23 00
14 00
11 75
25 00
35 25
131 90
3,211 46
2,702 00
2,634 75
951 00
569 70
464 25
435 46
246 15
213 60
207 55
199 60
172 50
102 40
162 00
146 10
139 05
137 50
95 50
92 95
92 65
92 20
82 60
61 50
55 85
33 50
25 00
387 00
144 00
66 00
60 00
66 00
20 00
11 00
4 55
2 00
25
12 00
83 10
7 95
8 75
16 85
130 00
75 00
63 00
22 95
4 75
10 00
5 00
10 00
5 00
25 00
1 00
15,906 02
14,395 55 B 96
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
3  cts.
J L Leig'h
W L Fernie
N Garreau.
C J Digby .
P Carosella.
Brought forward	
XI-REVENUE SERVICES.—Concluded.
Vote No. 105.— Commission, Courts of Appeal, Travelling
Expenses and Miscellaneous.—Concluded.
(Miscellaneous).—Concluded.
Services taking charg-e of lumber detained for non-payment of royalty	
Paid for altering leather case, etc	
Refund of amount deposited in excess of expenses, Licence Commissioner's M'tg.
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XII.-PUBLIC WORKS.
Works and Buildings.
Vote No. 106.—Repairs to Government Buildings tliroughoitt
the Province.
Government Buildings, Victoria
Muirhead & Mann	
Installing electric lig'hts, bells, etc.,
Lumber, mouldings, etc.,
Painting, glazing, etc.,
Painting, varnishing, etc.,
Re-setting tiles,
J Barnsley & Co	
L Haf er	
Albion Iron Works	
Repairing vault doors, etc.,
Repairs to heating plant, etc.,
Kalsomining and glazing,
Plates for boilers,
Repairs to gutters, etc.,
Cement sidewalks, etc.,
Plumbing,
Glazing,
Corp. City of Victoria...
J W Mellor Co., Ltd.  ...
E G Prior & Co	
J Jardine	
Hickman Tye H'ware Co.
A & W Wilson	
Painting,
Superintending construction of screen, etc
Paint, oil, nails, etc.,
Repairs to latrines,
Files, sandpaper, etc.,
Repairs to Court House roof,
Walter S Fraser &Co...
J Colbert	
W E Vanstone	
Cunningham H'ware Co.
Repairs to heating plant, etc.,
do       taps, etc.,
P Peebles    ....      	
Van Engineering Works.
D R G Ballantyne	
Storey & Campbell	
S Hallander     	
McLennan,McFeeley &Co
do       doors, etc.,
do       boiler,
do       windows, etc.,
do       matting,
do       furnace doors,
Door springs,
McPherson & Sinclair ...
McPhail & Co	
Putting up awnings,
Painting- and kalsomining,
Labour and material supplied,
Crushed rock,
Repairing lock,
Repairing sidewalks,
Painting,
Rebuilding chimney,
Painting, plastering, etc., (paid)
Repairing roof, etc.,
City of Nanaimo	
A W Heath	
J A Biddle	
WDodd	
H W Raymer	
T Hunt
Labour on grounds, etc.,
Electric light fixtures,
City Council, Vernon ...
S C Smith	
F M Bard	
Carpenter, 4 days @ $4,
Repairing water pipes,
do       roof, etc.,
do       pipes, etc.,
Putty and glass,
A McGregor	
Shotton & McClughan...
J P Dice & Co	
New   West'r
Vancouver
Nanaimo
Duncan
Alberni
Yale
Kelowna
Vernon
Fairview
Kamloops
Carried forward.
15,906 02
10 00
2 40
8 95
3 35
2 75
	
15,933 47
30,329 02
618 32
293 16
445 11
170 75
350 65
560 00
27 00
28 00
21 15
19 00
10 80
50 65
33 77
14 80
74 64
61 98
65 55
25 00
80 18
6 40
5 00
5 76
6 90
240 47
4 30
75
45 50
11 15
13 54
19 00
2 30
34 00
16 50
7 10
15
20 90
4 75
3 00
75
18 00
19 85
16 90
218 05
10 60
5 00
21 13
26 25
25 50
3 25
16 00
6 60
4 50
2 20
2 85
3,785 10
14,395 55 3 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B 97
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$  cts.
3,785 10
3 89
6 13
35 00
12 00
3 00
33 50
28 00
1 94
75
14 07
5 65
4 50
8 80
8 28
82 50
31 18
5 30
115 00
2 00
11 42
4 65
2 75
3 30
6 00
27 00
5 50
12 45
19 22
3 10
20
2 25
84 00
72 75
32 20
3 00
12 00
2 70
40 00
33 50
26 50
14 46
25 08
11 55
60 00
5 90
84 30
22 70
50
110 25
3 00
1 00
43 00
7 50
2 00
50
5 85
2 35
17 88
32 92
194 74
200 00
3 50
3 00
12 90
9 95
5 80
45 00
37 02
13 50
19 50
148 00
8 00
3 15
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS— Continued.
throughout the
[ding", Kamloops
Harper's C'p
Barkerville
it
Manson,
Golden
it
Creston
Rossland
ii
Nelson
Revelstoke
it
Trout Lake
New Denver
Kaslo
Pt. Simpson
Atlin
Wells
Telegraph Ck
Cranbrook
Wilmer
Haines Mis.
Porc'pine Cy
Nicola
Princeton
ti
Greenwood
Camborne
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No. 106.—Repairs to Government Buildings
Province—Continued.
Paid labour and material,                                   Government Bui
Lumber,                                                                                    ti
Shovelling snow off buildings (winter 1902-3),                     ■■
do                          M                     it
Nails, hinges, etc.,                                                                  »
Repairs to woodshed, etc.,                                                     n
Painting, papering, etc.,                                                        n
Varnish, etc.,                                                                           "
Axe-helves,                                                                               ■■
Lumber,                                                                                    n
Locks, hinges, etc.,                                                                n
Tap for pump,                                                                                u
Repairs to furnace grates,                                                      h
Screen doors, etc.,                                                                  »
Lumber, etc.,                                                                           n
Repairs to roof,                                                                        n
do       Court House,                                                         m
Covering boiler and steam pipes,                                          n
Lumber,                                                                                          n
Sundry repairs,                                                                        n
Repairs to latrines, etc.,                                                        n
do       flush tank, etc.,                                                     n
do       chimney, etc.,                                                       u
Re-building       n              (2 days at $3),                               m
do             ii                                                            ii
do                n                                                                     M
Plumbing,                                                                                n
Lumber,                                                                                   'r
Ball cock, etc.,                                                                         "
Bolts,                                                                                        ii
Labour,                                                                                    m
do
Lumber,                                                                                   11
Nails, shingles, etc.,                                                                m
Storm windows, etc.,                                                              n
Plumbing,                                                                                ii
Repairs to stove, etc.,                                                            m
Labour, 10 days $4,                                                                 ir
Paint, oil, etc.,                                                                         ir
Lumber,                                                                                    it
do                                                                                          ti
do
Nails, screws, etc.,                                                                        n
Bar iron, etc.,                                                                          ■ i
Varnish, turps, etc.,                                                                           ti
Raising foundation,                                                                n
Labour and material,                                                                   m
Turpentine,                                                                              n
Repairs to furnace, etc.,                                                             n
do       windows, etc.,                                                       m
do       lock,                                                                        11
Tent and frame,                                                                             it
Customs duty on tent,                                                           m
Freight on tent,                                                                            n
do              nails,                                                                n
Lumber,                                                                                    n
Nails, etc.,                                                                                      n
do                                                                                       ii
Lumber, etc.,                                                                            it
do
Erection and completion of Gov't office (per contract)      m
Carpenter work,                                                                      ti
Sundry repairs,                                                                        if
Lumber, etc.,                                                                           n
do                                                                                                                 ri
Freight and wharfage,                                                            n
Tent and frame,                                                                       tt
Paint, oil, etc.,                                                                         n
Galvanised iron, etc.,                                                              "
Paid labour (6 days @ $3.25)                                                  m
Moving, etc.,                                                                            n
Hauling tools, etc.,                                                                 n
Galvanised iron,                                                                       n
Carried fonvard	
Miocene Gravel Min Co..
A H Beedy .
Columbia River L'ber Co
McLachlan Bros	
G W McBride	
Ashdowne Hardware Co
Nelson Saw & Pln'g Mills
W G Gillett	
H Byers & Co	
W M Lawrence .   	
Fred Robinson L'ber Co.
do          	
D L Clink	
Masterson & Griffith ...
Archer &, Hodder   	
Byers, Giegerich, G. &Co
E B Marvin & Co	
Georgetown Saw-mill Co
Northern Lumber Co	
J T Regan	
JSt Clair Blackett & Co.
Wallace & Markus	
Nichol & McLeod	
Bishoprick & Shoemack.
Schwatka (Indian)	
J Mack           do     	
Porcupine Trading Co. ..
J F Callbreath	
AV Scott-Simpson	
J Greer	
R M O'Dell	
Devlin & Co	
George Sumner.  	
R E Drew & Co	
5,745 88
5,745 88 B 98
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
| cts.
Hoy & Rae	
A E Henderson
P Peebles	
Brunette Saw-mill Co...
Royal City Planing Mills
Cunningham H'ware Co.
R F Anderson & Co	
T J Trapp & Co	
HTKirk	
W E Vanstone	
Gilley Bros	
New Westminster Gas Co
Robertson-Godson Co...
McLennan, McFeeley Co
Evans, Coleman & Evans
The Fairbanks Co	
A Beetles	
WR Holden	
Corbett & Co	
A E Henderson	
Hinton Electric Co	
Corp of New Westminstr
McColl Bros & Co	
J D Hopkins	
R Farr	
Schaake Machine Works.
Weiler Bros	
B C Furniture Co	
Office Specialty Mfg Co .
W J Anderson	
Gutta Percha & Rub'rCo
J Sommer	
Muirhead & Mann	
Hickman Tye Hdwre Co
Shore & Anderson	
Victoria Truck & Dray Co
A F Abbey	
T N Hibben & Co	
Victoria Book & Sta'y Co
Mackenzie Urquhart ....
A M J ones	
M W Waitt & Co	
Hinton Electric Co	
G Morison & Co	
D E Campbell	
H Stevenson 	
F Tatham	
A & W Wilson	
Nesbitt Electric Co	
Andrew Sheret	
W S Beckwith	
R A Brown & Co	
C E Redfern	
C Weigand	
Cope & Frey	
John S Bruce	
B C Mattress Works   ...
Hudson's Bay Co	
Fred Buscombe & Co	
Vancouver Hardware Co
J B Grant	
G A Roedde	
Shelton & Co	
McLennan,McFeeley &Co
Brought forward..
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS -Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No. 108.—Asylum for the Insane (Construction.)
Labour and material furnished re construction	
Professional services as architect	
Clerk of the works, 71 days @ §5.00	
Vote No. IOO.—Asylum for the Insane (Repairs, etc.)
Lumber, shingles, etc	
do 	
Sundry hardware	
Oil, varnish, etc	
Shovels, axe helves, etc	
Lime, coal, etc	
Repairs to steam pipes, etc	
Lime, etc	
do     	
Basin fixtures	
Felt paper	
Cement	
Foster valves	
Plumbing	
Installing telephone system	
do       furnace	
do       heating plant	
do       electric fixtures, etc	
do
Paint	
Carpenter, 10 months @ $50.
Extra attendant, 2 n 35
Labour and material furnished	
Vote No.   110.—Furniture for Government Offices throughout the
Province.
Sundrv furniture,
do
Fittings for Land Registry Office,
Fitting pigeon-holes, desks, etc.,
Rubber matting,
Mounting maps, photos., etc.,
Lumber and moulding,
Sundry hardware,
One settee,
Expressage on matting,
Repairs to typewriters,
do
do „
do ,,
do M
Hire of n
Electric fixtures,
Hair brush, comb, etc.,
do it
Removing furniture, etc.,
do i,
Making plan case,
Electric light fixtures,
Force cup,
Cartage of cabinets,
Wall brush,
Repairs to clock,
Linoleum, etc.,
Lamps, shades, etc.,
Making cupboards, etc.,
Cleaning carpet and matting,
Door mats, etc.,
Cuspidors,
Cash box, etc.,
Repairing die,
Mounting maps,
Table,
Galvanised pails, etc.,
Victoria
Vancouver .
Carried forward.
5,746 88
15,000 00
800 00
355 00
16,155 00
2,037 23
211 56
412 48
261 14
34 20
78 90
52 96
87 55
34 CO
1 50
12 60
32 00
40 00
38 00
142 43
585 00
80 00
72 01
548 67
78 75
500 00
70 00
34 03
5,445 01
707 32
332 00
181 00
95 25
318 21
45 05
61 25
71 79
100 00
27 05
61 85
10 40
9 50
2 00
50
19 50
23 00
6 00
3 50
2 00
2 00
3 50
5 40
1 25
50
1 50
2 00
26 25
71 50
46 00
13 55
7 00
7 20
1 45
2 00
2 75
9 00
3 25
2,283 27
27,345 89 3 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B 99
Smith Bros	
J Main & Co	
Thomson Stationery Co .
Vulcan Iron Works	
D Robson	
W E Vanstone	
Standard Furniture Co..
Storey & Carson	
WE Fales	
HTKirk.
Mackenzie Urquhart	
D S Curtis & Co	
P Peebles 	
Clarke & Stuart	
A Forrester	
WH Morton	
T Kirkpatrick	
J King	
G Forrest	
W Dodd	
Can Pacific Railway Co.
N McLeod	
D J Creighton	
Hugh Hunter	
Van Mills	
Cook & Co	
J Clarke	
E G Prior & Co, Ltd ....
M P Gordon	
W R Megaw	
S C Smith	
Vernon Hardware Co	
T E Crowell	
Campbell Bros	
M Dumond	
F H Kinder   	
Alfonso (Indian)	
Ashdown Hardware Co..
Porto Rico Lumber Co..
D McArthur & Co    ....
Fred Irvine & Co	
W Hunter & Co	
Kootenay Elec S & C Co.
Nelson Saw & P'ing Mill.
J B Smith & Co  	
W L Jeffrey	
J H Lee	
Can Pacific Railway Co..
H McLeod	
Hunter Bros	
Weiler Bros	
Rossland Warehouse &
Transfer Co	
Dominion Express Co...
Bvers, Giegerich,   Green
& Co	
E F Smith	
AT Garland	
Harry Stenson	
A B Morris	
Revelstoke Furniture Co
Geo Sumner	
W E WcLauchlin	
A M Craig	
C B Paget	
D E Drew & Co	
J E Woods	
C B Hume & Co	
Reid & Young	
A M Lawrence	
J O Piper	
J H Currie	
Masterson & Griffith ....
Steven Woods	
Brought forward..
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS.-Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No. 110.—Furniture for Government Offices throughout the
Province.—Continued.
Matting and rugs,
Dust pan, brush, etc.,
Repairs to type writers,
do -i
Paid  do ii etc.,
Installing electric bells,
Rugs,
Trunk for examination papers,
Office stool,
Dust-pan, etc.,
Typewriter stand,
Thermometer,
Drawing boards, etc.,
Letter files, index units, etc.,
Lumber,
Brooms, files, etc,,
Fire screen,
Tables, etc.,
Matting, blinds, etc.,
Paid heater, pipes, etc.,
Freight on windows, etc.,
Scissors, etc.,
Lamp globes,
Paid repairs to clock, etc.,
Hanging window blinds, etc.,
Sundry furniture,
Cleaning clock,
Bolts, butts, etc.,
Book case,
Curtains, etc.,
Frames, etc., for blue prints,
Lamp globes, thermometer, etc.,
Fitting shelves, etc.,
Sundry furniture,
Heater, pipes, etc.,
Painting chairs,
Freight on stove,
Brooms,
Lumber,
Tables, chairs, etc.,
Towels and rugs,
Pitcher and glasses,
Lamps and glasses,
Letter press stand, shelving, etc.,
Brooms, etc.,
Repairs to stove, etc.,
Oak table,
Freight on table,
Expressage on table,
Carpet,
Sundry furniture,
Freight on furniture,
Express,
Stoves, pipes, etc.,
Boxes for handling books,
Linoleum,
Repairs to typewriters,
Yale key,
Chairs,
Paid freight on chairs, etc.,
do safe,
do
Expressage <<
Heater, pipes, etc.,
Book case,
Brooms,
Felt for desk,
Scrub brush, etc.,
Cushion,
Lamp globes,
Lantern, etc.,
Book and form case,
Vancouver	
New Westminster
ti 	
ii .......
it 	
ii 	
ii 	
ii 	
it 	
it 	
ii 	
it 	
Nanaimo 	
Alberni      	
ii 	
it 	
Yale 	
II	
II 	
Princeton	
Lillooet     	
Kamloops	
Vernon      	
Ashcroft    	
Clinton     	
Nelson      	
ti  ■
it 	
New Denver	
Rossland   	
ii 	
Kaslo	
ti 	
ti 	
Camborne	
ii 	
ii 	
ii 	
Revelstoke	
it 	
Trout Lake	
Carried fonvard	
2,283 27
3 90
2 00
3 60
1 80
20 25
8 15
5 25
8 95
3 50
2 55
5 00
1 00
74 55
122 50
6 50
1 50
2 50
21 50
103 64
21 27
2 05
75
45
1 75
7 50
184 40
2 00
50
26 00
11 10
29 72
21 80
5 00
84 55
38 35
5 00
75
1 50
5 45
15 00
3 90
95
14 25
119 20
1 00
5 50
4 00
5 70
25
58 50
303 50
40 60
2 10
52 00
2 50
4 60
7 50
65
5 70
1 25
10 40
20 35
7 50
17 50
12 00
1 20
3 00
1 35
1 75
75
1 30
46 00
3,902 65
27,345 89 B 100
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
A T Carter	
C A Warren	
Up Col Nav & Tram Co .
A C Hamilton	
Dominion Express Co...
J Van Every 	
Can Pac Ry Co	
Golden & E Kootenay
Trading Co	
T C Armstrong	
Fernie Cartage Co	
N Hanson	
Carlin & Durick	
Andrew Neidig .  .......
J Tannhauser	
J G Wilson	
Kootenay Furniture Co.
M W Waitt & Co  	
J D Quail	
C Gardiner-Johnson & Co
W Alexander	
Upper Col N & T'way Co
A C Hancock	
J Bibby	
W Ferguson 	
Horsefly T'ing & Trans Co
Cariboo Trading Co..
John Hyland	
J FCalibreath	
Hudson's Bay Co ....
Lucy Martin 	
Hudson's Bay Co ....
Northern Lumber Co, Ld
J St Clair Blackett & Co
Nichol & McLeod	
A S Cross & Co  	
ELPillman& Co	
J T Regan  	
J A Fraser	
J B Kershaw	
Schwatka (Indian)	
F W Markus	
Jules Eggert	
Frank Bishoprick   	
Wm Hume .    .   .  	
Schwatka (Indian)	
S Weitzman	
H M Customs	
E R Peoples	
C J Moore & Co     	
Weiler Bros	
T Harmon	
Veith & Borland	
C Gardiner-Johnson & Co
J G Barber	
Hunter-Kendrick Co..
F Cooper	
WKCManly	
J W Jones	
Patterson Shoe Co	
C Alstrom	
H Green	
Welch, Frey & Skelton
M Parsons .. .
J Crawford..
Wm Erskine.
W Payne 	
T Baker	
Wm Bownass
Brought forward .,
XII.-PUBLIC WOEKS -Continued.
Works and Buildings.- Continued.
Vote No. 110.—Furniture for Government  Offices throughout the
Province.—Concluded.
Making shelves, etc.,
Cuspidors, etc.,
Freight on safe,
Moving safe,
Express on typewriters,
Lumber, labour, etc.,
Freight on vault fixtures,
Lamp, matches, glasses, etc.,
Heater, pipes, etc.,
Cartage on safe,
Chairs,
Table Lamp,
Framing maps,
Repairs to typewriter,
Typewriter,
Repairs to shades,
do       typewriters, etc.,
Window, lock, etc.,
Safe,
Clock,
Freight on safe,
Carpenter, 11 days @ %i,
Fitting stove, etc.,
Repairs to clock,
Pails, lamp, etc.,
Heater, pipes, etc.,
do „
Stovepipes, etc.,
Material for curtains, etc.,
Making curtains,
Clock,
Moulding,
Brooms, etc.,
Labour, $5, and material, S8.40.
Lamp, globes, etc.,
Window shades, etc.,
Brooms, (paid)
Setting up stoves, etc.,
Freight on lumber, etc.,
Repairs to furniture,
do       typewriters,
Heater, pipes, etc.,
Duty on heater, etc.,
Freight on        „
do safety flues, etc.,
Duty on fixtures,
Linoleum, etc.,
Brooms, etc.,
Window blinds,
Freight on window blinds,
Brooms, etc.,
Safe,
Clock,
Mats,
Bookcase, etc.,
Heater, pipes, etc.,
Tables, chairs, etc.,
Air bed,
Sundry furniture,
Oak frames,
Electric fixtures, etc.,
Manson	
Golden	
ii 	
Fort Steele	
it  ■
Creston     	
Cranbrook    .
Fernie       	
Wilmer     	
Windermere 	
Barkerville	
Harper's Camp ..
Telegraph Creek.
Port Simpson ...
Atlin 	
for shelving, u 	
Wells .......
Comox      	
Quesnel Forks.. .
Comaplex	
Fairview	
Grand Forks ....
Omineca	
Agent-General's office, London, England
Vote No.   111.—Improvement of Government  Reserves,   Victoria
Gardener	
Labourer 	
do      	
do      	
do      	
Lawn mowers, etc.
12 months @ $75
. 203 days
.161| M
. 84£ „
.   U „
Carried forward.
3,902 65
27,345 89
6 00
5 25
3 75
4 00
5 20
61 63
13 91
16 50
11 90
2 00
8 00
95
3 00
1 50
45 00
85
9 10
2 20
159 28
18 46
14 30
44 00
3 50
3 00
6 15
15 55
62 75
1 25
6 05
2 60
3 50
98
2 10
13 40
15 05
3 65
3 70
75
6 50
20 00
11 10
10 00
22 00
6 00
3 00
5 65
16 40
48 43
1 50
7 75
2 00
2 25
168 75
6 50
5 50
20 00
17 95
11 00
23 00
173 35
60 99
53 43
5,185 35
900 00
406 00
323 50
169 00
15 00
30 60
1,844 10
28,931 24 3 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B    101
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$  cts.
E G Prior & Co, Ltd
Victoria Chemical Co
Jay & Co	
Thos Harman	
E B Marvin & Co	
Citv of New Westminster
H t Kirk	
AC Wilson	
L Norris	
Indian " Major"     	
Charles Smith	
E G Prior & Co, Ltd ....
Jas P Dill & Co	
G C Tunstall	
E W T Pearse	
M J Henry	
Thos Hornby    ..
A McGregor	
Shotton & McClughan...
W M Lawrence	
E Dawson	
W Fleming	
H Byers & Co	
Brackman & Ker Mill Co
Pay Lists	
R H Bohart	
R Patten	
R F Perry	
R Drake	
Weiler Bros & D Spencer
C M Cookson	
W J Anderson	
E G Prior & Co, Ltd	
S McClure	
F M Rattenbury	
Georg-e Jeeves	
C S Baxter	
.-Etna Insurance Co	
Caledonia Insurance Co.
J E Kinsman	
EC B Bagshawe	
J Haggerty	
Victoria Brick Co	
W Johns 	
W A Robertson & Son...
A & W Wilson   	
AWalklev	
J T Coles	
Pay lists	
Charles Keeler...
M S Rose	
D R G Ballantyne
Cope & Frey	
Fife & Hunter ...
Brought forward..
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS —Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No. 111.—Improvement  of Government Reserves, Victoria.-
Concluded.
Spray pumps, etc
Fertiliser	
Grass seed	
Painting flag pole
Paint	
112. —Improvement of Government Reserves
( Various Districts).
Contribution towards cons, of culvert across Royal ave..
Lawn mowers,
Pruning hedge,
Paid labourer I5- days @ $2.50,
do 4 .1      1.50,
Repairing lawn mower,
Lawn mowers,
Hose and fittings,
Plants and seeds,
Paid for sprinkler, etc.,
Fertiliser,
Freight on fertiliser,
Repairing gate, etc.,
do       pipes, etc.,
Oil, paint, etc.,
Painting fence, etc.,
Hauling black earth,
Lawn mowers,
Grass seed,
Labour,
Fertiliser,
Labour (2 days @ $2.50),
Clearing grounds,
New Westminster
Nanaimo	
Vernon	
Nicola	
North Bend	
Kamloops	
11 	
n 	
Revelstoke	
11 	
Nelson	
Golden	
Fort Steele	
Wilmer	
Goldfields	
12 months <$ $120
Vote No. 113.—Government House, Victoria.
Labour and material furnished re construction   	
Contract for furniture	
do        heating plant	
do        iron and brass grates	
Door locks, butts, hinges, etc	
Architect's services	
do 	
Clerk of Works	
Duty, drayage, etc., on electric fixtures,	
Fire insurance	
do	
Builder's risks	
do 	
Soil and gravel	
Clay	
Hire of horse and cart 	
Sharpening- tools     	
Ammonia	
Night watchman  31 days @ $3.00
do      2       ,,       2.25
Labor placing furniture, etc	
33 days @ $3.50
Vote No. 114,—Court Mouse, Vancouver.
Labour on grounds .
Repairs to roof	
Hanging doors	
Wiring vault, etc   ..
Lawn mower, etc..,
Carried forward.
1,844 10
14 15
52 50
6 25
73 50
51 30
24,300
00
18,904 00
5,724
25
700 00
625
37
660 00
600
00
1,440
00
667 67
32
35
64
70
145
00
15
OO
451
25
204
00
115
60
9
95
2
75
93 00
4
50
129
37
309 65
43 00
15 40
6 00
11 70
28,931 24
54,788 66
385 75
90,586 20 B 102
Public Accounts, 1st July. 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOE WHAT SERVICE.
I   cts.
Smith Bros	
Sec Greenwood S Board.
E W Bishop	
E G Warren	
G D Curtis	
Cor City of Greenwood..
Can Pacific Railway Co.
Hugh McLeod 	
R A Brown.
T E Creswell
R B Bell ....
M .McDonald.
W G Duguid	
WH Miller	
FH Kidder	
P Burnet, PLS	
Shelton & Co	
C A Phair	
W T Andrews 	
J W Mellor & Co, Ltd...
Henry Doyle & Co	
Neville* Co	
Clarke & Pearson	
Duguid & Sanson	
J Dunlop         ....
Thos Dunn Hardware Co
A H Martley 	
Joseph Dickie	
Indian " Jack "	
J H Anthony	
M R Eagleson 	
W Durban	
Nicholles & Renouf	
Bovd, Burns & Co	
C H Smith & Co	
C Arrowhead	
J S Burcham	
John P Babcock	
LeRov Ledgerwood	
WH Miller	
Pay lists    .   .
Dissette & Fox	
J M Paul	
T E Julian 	
N W & B I Telephone Co
Fife & Hunter	
J Mitchell	
J M Dalgleish	
Pay lists	
Brought forward..
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS.-Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No.      115a.—Court, Souse, Greenwood.
Construction of building (per contract)	
Exchange of lots for site	
Installing steam heating plant	
do       electric fixtures	
Architect's fees, 8400 ; and expenses, $28.05	
Services of City Engineer	
Freight on vault doors	
Cartage 11 	
Vote No. 115c— Clearing Obstruction, Kettle River.
Payment in full for work done    	
Vote No. 115d.—Gaol,  Vernon.
Construction of building (per contract).
Clerk of the Works	
.128 days @ 84.00
Vote No. 115e.—PurcJiase of liiiilding, etc., at Horsefly.
Purchase price of log buildings, etc.
Vote No. 110.    Eislt HatcJiery.
Construction of building, per contract.
Clearing and grading site,       n
Purchase of site	
Surveying       i	
Sundry furniture	
Paint, oil, etc    	
do      .i      	
do      „      	
Nets, floats, etc	
Tanned netting	
Spawning pans, etc	
Lumber .
etc.
Nails, spikes, etc ....
Knives, forks, spoons.
Hauling goods.	
do 	
do 	
Freight charges	
Horse hire	
Use of steamer	
Paint brushes, etc . .
Galvanised pipes, etc
Kodak, etc   	
Cutting wood 18,V cords @ $2.00
Assistant salary, 2 mos., $150 ; board, lodging, etc., $102.40
Paid travelling expenses self and assistant	
Fish culturist, June salary	
Carpenter  2 months @ $75
Labour, $613.35 ; salaries of staff, May and June, 1903, $1,439.55
Vote No. 117.—Reformatory, Vancouver.
Labour and materials furnished re construction	
Clerk of the works  132 days ® $4.00
Architect's fees	
Installing telephone system	
Powder, fuse, etc	
Repairing tools, etc	
Compensation for use of road	
Labour, two months	
Carried forward.
9,663 75
1,000 00
1,655 00
440 00
428 05
5 00
6 23
1 00
6,973 20
749 68
33 00
36 85
144 50
557 90
101 80
40 13
132 45
60 00
223 10
1,524 01
483 02
796 85
16 60
16 95
3 70
104 26
39 80
30 00
10 08
26 89
42 90
37 00
252 40
176 75
125 00
150 00
2,062 90
16,179 92
528 00
400 00
200 00
68 34
4 75
10 00
601 95
6,581 88
17,992 96
144,601 59 3 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B 103
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
S  cts.
E B Marvin & Co	
J Sears	
R Ryan	
J H Hunter	
BC Potterv Co	
E G Prior & Co, Ltd ....
A McGregor & Son....
W J Borden	
E F Geiger	
Jas Hunter	
J P Burgess	
M Mable	
Shawnigan Lake L'ber Co
A Haslam	
A R Johnston	
Randle Bros	
Corbett & Co	
W Townsend	
Cunningham H'ware Co.
Royal City Planing Mills.
Alex Speck	
Shotton & McClughan...
Robert Mackay	
A P Morris	
J M Benzie	
H Byers & Co	
J McLeod	
West Transfer Co	
WGGillett	
Porto Rico Lumber Co..
M Scully	
J A McLean   	
J A Broley	
Fernie Lumber Co	
J D Quail	
Leask & Slater	
Movie Lumber Co 	
G H Miner 	
J Lambert	
L C Amine	
Peterborough TradingCo
A C Hancock	
S J Whitcomb	
Breckenridge & Lund ...
F B Sample	
WSMcKnight	
Walter Fearn	
W R Megaw	
J Hunt	
J Harwood	
S C Smith	
Fd Robinson Lumber Co
A M Lawrence	
S McMahon	
Moscrop Bros	
E Moscrop	
H B Stonefc	
A H Wade	
I A Dinsmore	
A B Anderson	
J Reid	
John Humphreys	
J B Kershaw	
Wallace & Markus	
J T Regan	
Northern Lumber Co ...
Alert Bay Saw Mill Co ..
DFM Perkins	
J Hudson	
M Fiesheller	
J Kirby	
Brought fonvard	
XII.-PUBLIG WORKS— Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No. 118.—Gaols throughout the Province.
Paint oil, etc.,
do
Painting,
do
Cement,
Nails, etc.,
Locks, etc.,
Fitting locks,
Plumbing,
Carpenter (24£ days @ 82.00),
Sundrv repairs,
do
Lumber,
do
Cedar piling,
Plumbing,
do
Installing range,
Paint, oil, etc.,
Lumber, etc.,
Changing Yale combinations (84 @ 50 cents),
Picks, axes, etc.,
Labour and material re addition,
Wall paper,
Sundry repairs,
Plumbing, etc.,
Plastering,
Sand,
Mortar,
Lumber,
Hauling rock,
Victoria	
M 	
II 	
II 	
Nanaimo	
New Westminster
Kamloops	
Nelson	
Vote No. 119.—lock-ups throughout the Province.
Repairs to chimney,
do       door,
Lumber,
Locks, etc.,
Lumber,
do
Plumbing,
Painting,
Hinges, etc.,
Window shades, etc.,
Building cell, lftj days @ $4,
do
Lumber, etc.,
Repairs to floors, etc.,
do       roof,
Labour, $22 ; and lumber, .$31.38,
Paint, oil, etc.,
Shingling, 5 days @ 82.50,
Hauling shingles,
Lumber, etc.,
do
Nails, etc.,
Bar for cell,
Plumbing,
Repairs to furnace.
Fitting keys,
Padlock, etc.,
Paid galvanised pipe, etc.,
Bar for cell,
Lumber,
Fitting window,
Heater, pipes, etc.,
Carpenter work,
Padlocks, etc..
Lumber,
do
do
Labour, 5 days @ 84,
Lime,
Paid lumber,
Fernie
ii
Cranbrook .
Wilmer
Wardner   .
Michel
Lytton
Ashcroft
Vernon
Revelstoke .
Penticton	
Grand Forks
150-Mile House ,
Quesnel     	
Chemainus	
Atlin 	
Alert Bay ..
Soda Creek.
Hazelton
Carried forward.
44 75
64 00
12 00
1 60
9 05
6 00
1 50
70 70
49 00
90 11
12 00
77 25
8 48
8 16
68 05
462 50
15 00
18 45
60 81
42 00
33 92
156 90
9 27
21 75
771 35
20 00
2 00
3 40
39 58
33 50
2 40
1 25
13 65
14 82
7 55
65
2 73
43 40
12 00
33 3S
62 00
15 00
12 17
25 00
3 00
53 38
11 26
12 50
50
IV 28
9 00
4 45
75
2 50
75
1 00
65
5 20
3 50
24 00
3 00
22 75
28 25
2 00
31 43
13 30
12 30
20 00
8 75
25 00
144,601 59
562 50 B 104
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$   cts.
147,463 80
XII.-PUBLIC WOBKS.—Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No. 110a.—Lock-up, Fernie.
977 00
37 85
34 61
16 00
4 00
4 25
17 50
6 85
22 40
43 26
12 50
23 75
do                  	
D H Short	
W Dick	
London & Liverpool Co..
J D Quail 	
Vote. No. 119b.—LocJi-up, LadysmitJi.
1,199 97
687 50
Wallace & Markus	
Vote No. 130.—Public, ScJiools tJtrougJtoat tjie Province.
Ereotionandcompletion (per cont., $1,760) ; extras, §118 ; Atlin	
1,868 00
140 CO
105 62
2 00
61 45
63 20
43 40
15 00
45 00
86 50
798 00
60 00
25 00
735 00
21 50
11 85
37 35
30 00
16 25
5 00
8 40
2 00
4 25
2 50
3 55
10 00
18 00
2,150 00
60 23
41 60
33 30
35 69
28 00
1,366 00
500 00
28 80
20 00
25 50
14 10
11 00
26 56
12 00
1 50
100 00
40 00
45 00
25 30
15 00
33 55
35 00
22 50
2 40
White Pass & Yukon Ry.
Desks, etc.,                                                                                    n           	
Painting, etc.,                                                                               n           	
G Forrest	
G A Smith, PLS
W J Brandrith  	
Sundry repairs,                                                                        Boundary Bay	
Taylor, Smith & Co .
Pope Stationery Co .  ...
A Godtel	
Labour,                                                                                           n           	
do                                                                                                ii           	
J D McBride	
Thos Kinney	
Kerr & White	
do              n                     ii            (on account),         Coal Creek Mines	
Joseph White	
Desk,                                                                                         Chilliwhack, East
Setting up seats,                                                                           n           	
Building shed (per contract),                                                 Chilliwhack	
G A Kipp	
Wesley Hodgson 	
Kamloops Saw Mill Co ..
Lumber,                                                                                    Campbell Creek	
Delta Saw Mill Co ..
8,881 75
149,351 27 3 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B 105
Hudson's Bay Co	
J Musgrave	
J L Robinson  	
J Buchrield	
TMGulley & Co	
Can Pacific Railway Co.
J Evans	
George Snider	
W Ridgway Wilson	
G Hargreaves	
Esquimalt Water Works.
Peter Hanson	
J H Collins	
Weiler Bros	
Jno Jardine	
Bunting & Dempsey	
Eholt Trading Co	
J A Sayward	
A Haslam	
Weiler Bros	
John Michael	
F Stork 	
H A Wilkes 	
W J Brohy	
Robt A Kerr & L White.
J Henderson'	
A C Hamilton	
J Van Every    	
A R Bittancourt	
E A Harris	
Geo Gardiner	
E Georgeson	
Trustees Greenwood Sehl
Royal City Planing Mills.
D Fontaine	
W H Burton	
A S McCall	
T Corbett	
John Gatley	
M J Curts '	
E Weddell	
G R Leask	
Joyce Bros 	
J Kingston Doyle	
J McDonald ..'.	
T Hooper	
J Auld	
Pope Stationery Co	
E Rolston	
A S Christie	
Clarke & Stuart	
Simon Leiser & Co	
Ladysmith Iron Works..
J McDonald	
Wm Gray 	
T A Bryden	
DG Sutherland	
Jas Smith	
W Mooney	
James Carthew	
E Priest, PLS	
N Harvey	
Waller & Partridge	
C H Tarbell	
A Somerville	
W Ford	
Pitt & Peterson	
T J Trapp & Co	
C Weigand	
Shelton & Co	
James Lord	
PDPope	
Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co
do do
Brought forward...
Xir. PUBLIC WORKS-Contimied.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No. 120.—Public Schools throughotit the Province.
Continued.
Conveyance of site,
Painting,
Kalsomining,
Carpenter work,
Desks, chairs, etc.,
Freight charges on desks, etc..
Paid do seats, etc.,
Construction of building (per contract),
Supervising architect, 89 days @ $2.50,
Staking lot, etc.,
Installing water sendee,
Blasting rock,
Desks, etc.,
do
Painting, etc.,
Construction of building (per contract),
Desks, chairs, etc.,
Shingles,
Blackboard,
Window blinds,
Clearing site, 3*285 ; nonstrctn of bldg(pr contrct), $515,
Repairs to furnace, etc.,
do       fences, $60 ; painting, $50,
Labour and material furnished,
Construction of building (per contract), on account,
do       m   bal. due, $400 ; reprs to blackboards, $7.75,
Clearing and grading grounds,
Carpenter work,
Construction—bal. due on contract, $447 ; extras, $19.50,
Surveying site,
Digging well, etc.,
do
Grant in aid of construction,
Lumber,
Repairing foundation,
Sundry repairs,
Painting,
Building fence,
Sundry repairs,
do
Freight charges on desks,
Construction of building (per contract)
Desks, chairs, etc.,
Setting' up     do
Construction of building (per contract)
Architect's fees,
Clerk of the works, balance due,
Hyloplate for blackboards,
Heaters, etc.,
Desks, chairs, etc.,
do
Table, chairs, etc.,
Seat stands, etc.,
Setting up seats, etc.,
Nails, bolts, etc.,
Labour and material furnished,
Painting, etc.,
Heater,
Specimen case,
Const, of bu'ldng, $550; clearing and grading (per cont.),
Surveying site,
Clearing grounds,
Window blinds,
Heater, etc.,
Freight, etc., on desks,
Construction of building (per contract),
Heater, etc.,
do
Table, chairs, etc.,
Desks, chairs, etc.,
Construction of building (per contract),
Heater, etc.,
do
do
Carried forward.
Cadboro Bay ..
Departure Bay.
Deadwood.
Duncan
Esquimalt.
Elk Lake
Eholt
East Sooke	
Extension Slope 1 ,
Enderby    ,
Eburne      	
Fernie       	
Fernie Mines .
Golden
Ganges
Galiano     	
Greenwood
Hatzic Prairie .
Hope
Howe Sound.
Junction ....
Kelowna ..
Kimberley.
Ladysmith.
Lulu Island...
Lake	
Lytton	
Lower Nicola.
Minto.
Mount Sicker.,.
ii 	
Matsqui Prairie.
Morris Valley.
Matsqui 11 .
Moyie ....
Michel       	
Morrissey
6 75
10 00
15 00
15 00
20 00
26 88
22 05
8,894 85
222 50
25 00
366 68
109 50
10 00
23 00
24 75
1,390 00
89 90
14 40
9 00
35 70
800 00
111 60
110 00
27 00
869 75
407 75
45 00
24 00
466 50
20 00
71 50
20 00
8,0U0 00
22 50
27 50
15 00
20 00
11 00
38 00
12 00
18 26
1,340 00
53 50
7 50
5,549 00
457 80
28 00
236 86
159 10
41 95
305 00
123 50
30 00
106 97
19 74
29 55
45 00
12 50
13 00
855 00
15 00
10 00
5 00
13 10
20 79
2,748 00
11 75
17 95
33 90
18 75
1,098 00
15 00
16 20
28 50
149,351 27
44,815 98 149,351 27 B 106 Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
W W Forrester	
W C Bearcroft	
D M Webster	
Hudson's Bay Co	
Geo A Horel	
G H Dawson  	
Sidney Shore	
J A Sayward	
Pope Stationery Co	
Geo Bittancourt	
J T Irwin	
A Sheret	
S Blanchard	
Weiler Bros	
J B Smith & Co	
M McLean	
Randle Bros	
L Martin	
WArnett	
E Whitehead	
York Bros	
A R Carrington	
Randle Bros	
Municipality of Nelson..
Walter S Fraser & Co...
J P Burgess	
S Waring    	
W R Megaw	
James Shiell	
James Lang	
Jno McLennan	
EL Conkling	
C C Carter	
Duguid & Sanson	
Paul Santini	
Thos Dickie	
J H Anthony	
B Rebagliati	
D C McGregor	
E Crow Baker	
Sundry persons	
Clark & Sawver	
L R Cliffe ...   	
R Grant & Co	
Urquhart Bros	
T E Ward	
Smith Bros	
H Floyd, Sec	
J B Henderson	
H Hutchison	
R Sampson	
Municipality of Rossland
W McQueen	
A J Clyde	
J Flewin	
Georgetown Saw Mill ...
Hudson's Bay Co	
J Webster	
D Wesley	
J Lord	
J A Lee	
T J Trapp & Co	
McPhail & Co	
E Crow Baker	
WE Potter	
J A McDonald	
J Bowes	
A J Hedgeman	
J T Braden	
AGCederstaff	
D M Robertson	
Emerson Muschamp ....
Geo Bittancourt	
Victoria Book & Sta Co..
Brought forward..
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS -Continued.
North Vesuvius .
New Denver.
Northfield...
North Bend .
North Cedar .
Nicola       	
Nanaimo Bay
Nelson      	
Oak Bav   ....
Otter Lake	
Okanag'an Falls.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No. 120. — Public Schools throughout the Province.
Continued.
Construction of building (per contract),
Clearing grounds, m
Lumber, etc.,
Window shades,
Construction of building (per contract),
Surveying site,
Locks, hinges, etc.,
Lumber,
Hyloplates,
Carpenter (25 days <a- $2.58),
Painting,
Plumbing,
Plastering,
Window blinds,
Heater, etc.,
Sundry repairs,
Blackboards, etc.,
Repairs to chimney, etc.,
Paint, etc.,
Painting,
Land for school site,
Balance due for painting,
Heater,
Grant in aid of construction,
Sand screen wire,
Repairs to doors, etc.,
Painting,
do
do
do
Lumber, etc.,
Freight on desks,
do ..
Lumber,
Building paper,
Hinges, locks, etc.,
Doors and windows,
Shingles,
Construction of building (per contract),
Conveyance of lots for site,
Desk, heater, etc.,
Repairs to seats,
Labour and material furnished,
Lumber, etc.,
do
Construction of building (per contract),
do ,,
Pd archt's fees, $247.60 ; act. const., $1,600 :
Architect's fees,
Delivering rock,
Excavation for building,
Grant in aid of construction,
Construction of building (per contract),
Heater,
Freight on heater,
Lumber,
Nails, etc.,
Labour, 15£ days @ $2,
do       10       ii 1.50,
Construction of building (per contract),
Tables, chairs, etc.,
Heater, etc.,
do
Drawing conveyance,
Lumber, etc.,
Construction of building (per contract),
Freight on desks,
do ,i
Removing water pipes, etc. (contract)
Repairing walls, etc.,
do       fence, etc.,
Building m (contract)
Painting, etc.,
Blackboards,
Okanagan 	
Okanagan, South.
Pachelqua	
Pilot Bay
Puntledge.
Pender Island	
Revelstoke	
act, heatgplnt, $1,023.75; Revelstoke,
Revelstoke	
Rossland
Simpson
Sunbury
Salmo
Spuzzum  	
South Cedar	
Silverton   	
Salmon Arm, West.
Tolmie	
Trout Lake	
Tynehead 	
Union Bay	
Vesuvius   	
Carried forward.
1,979 00
150 00
39 75
32 00
475 96
20 00
35 40
26 25
28 80
64 50
108 00
38 00
158 00
22 20
38 75
38 00
37 00
3 50
20 75
18 00
50 00
9 15
12 75
5,000 00
22 05
19 25
34 75
5 50|
4 75
60 00
35 00
16 76
22 08
42 22
5 25
23 28
16 60
12 60
1,064 00
16 50
19 50
8 80
53 65
33 53
5 20
787 7o
5,971 20
2,871 35
535 38
319 70
52 37
1,000 00
3,000 00
12 00
1 00
33 SO
4 75
31 00
15 00
890 00
20 35
22 15
195 00
15 00
83 12
965 00
5 06
22 07
137 00
40 00
18 00
125 00
53 75
11 80
71,981 56! 149,351 27 3 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B 107
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$  cts
McRae & McMullin	
G H Dawson  	
G WHutchings	
Wm Ralph	
Frank Darling	
A J Nye 	
J Brown & Wm Spillett.
M J Henry	
Royal City Planing Mills
J McDonald	
J McKay	
BC Flemish Finishing Co
U Columbia Nav & T Co.
J Falls	
Wm Clark	
Fleming Bros	
Clarke & Stuart	
Pay lists	
Columbia River L'ber Co
H G Parson	
Golden & E K'nay T Co
C A Warren     	
J McHattie	
J L Pike . ...
Max S Wilson
K Keith	
C O French..,
T E Crosswell
RBBell	
Brought forward..
XII.-PUBTJC WORKS.- Continued,
Works and Buildings.—Concluded.
Vote No. 120.—Public Schools throughout the Province.
Concluded.
Construction of building (per contract),
Surveying site,
Tables and chairs,
Heater, etc.,
Slated cloth,
Setting up desks, etc.,
Clearing and grading grounds,
Grass seed, etc.,
Lumber,
Labour,
Sundry repairs (contract),
Painting,
Freight on seats,
Digging drain, etc.,
Desk,
Blue prints, etc.,
Desks, seats, etc.,
Vancouver North
Vancouver South
Vancouver West.
Vancouver East .
Windermere	
Ymir 	
it 	
Sundry schools . .
J P Burgess	
Braden Bros	
Hinton Electric Co.
C M Cookson	
A Sheret	
Nicholles & Renouf
A & W Wilson ...
B C Furniture Co
Weiler Bros	
KIshii	
D Spencer	
Lenz & Leiser ...
A Bownass	
Victoria Gas Co.
B C Electric Ry
Kingham & Co..
Vote No. 121.—Protection Works, Kiching Horse River.
Labour, $2,327.46 , and teams, $842.75 	
Lumber   	
Shovels, iron, etc	
Cant hooks, etc	
Nails, etc	
Sharpening tools 	
Vote No. 177.—Contingencies.
Demurrage of Dredge "Beaver," Serpentine River	
Painting and repairs, Government Offices, Princeton ,
Material furnished i? u n 	
Labour n t, ,, u  ,
Construction of building (extras), Gaol, Vernon	
Clerk of Works, 69 days' @ $4, n u	
Government House.
Vote No. 122.—Repairs.
Sundry repairs	
do 	
Repairs to lights and bells
do       heating plant..
Plumbing  	
Bushings, etc	
Vote No.  123.—Furniture.
Saucepans, kettles, etc
Glassware, etc	
do 	
Cups and saucers	
Blankets, pillows, etc.
Glass cloth	
Pokers	
Vote No. 124.--Fuel and light.
Gas	
Electric light.
Coal	
Carried forward.
71,981 56
149,351 27
1,213 52
20 00
13 00
16 55
14 40
13 20
85 00
2 45
10 00
9 00
92 50
7 00
18 80
21 00
18 00
6 40
3,256 45
76,798 83
3,170 21
1,061 02
132 53
46 90
33 50
53 27
4,496 43
300 00
160 00
33 00
77 43
747 15
276 00
1,593 58
232,240 11
19 25
9 47
11 95
8 00
1 50
5 94
56 11
27 60
18 95
27 70
6 00
27 00
4 56
1 00
112 81
218 50
34 20
198 50
451 20
168 92 B 108
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
J Baker & Co	
J E Grice	
E G Prior & Co	
Saunders Grocery Co
Victoria Water Works
Lemon, Gonnason & Co.
A Tate	
E Lines      	
Wm Johns	
J P Burgess	
BC Pottery Co	
E G Prior & Co, Ltd ....
Raymond & Sons	
D Spencer	
W Brown	
B C Land & In'ment Co.
MA Wylde	
Wm Brj'ce	
B C Tel & Delivery Co...
W Neal
T N Hibben & Co.!!!."!
Julius West	
Peter Hansen	
City of Victoria	
D R Irvine	
Pay lists 	
Sundry persons	
E Hodson	
J Nightingale 	
Malcolm & Purvis...
E G Prior & Co	
G Silverson	
W T Collinson	
A R Bittancourt	
Hamilton Powder Co
R P Edwards	
E Maude 	
Brought fonvard	
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS -Continued.
Government House.—Concluded.
Vote 124.—Fuel and light.— Concluded.
Coal and wood.
Wood	
Charcoal	
Coal oil, etc	
Vote No. 125.— Water.
Water rental
Vote No. 126.—Improving Grounds.
Material for construction of green-house.
Fertiliser 	
Hauling do	
Hire of horse and cart	
Repairs to fences, etc	
Sewer pipe	
Garden rakes	
Lime	
5 days @ $3
9      ',,        3.50
Vote No. 127— Rent.
Rent of temporary residence 12 months @ $50
Vote No. 128.—Gardener.
Gardener.
Vote No. 129.—Miscellaneous.
.12 months @ $50
Rent 6f Sec. 75, Douglas Estate
Subscription to "Times"	
do "Colonist" ....
Messenger service	
Cleaning chimneys	
Navy list    	
Scavenging	
do 	
.1 vear
.1    M
.1   ,i
.6 months @ $1,50
Roads,  Streets,  Bridges  and Wharves.
Vote No. 130.—Point Fllice Bridge.
Grant in aid of construction	
Vote No. 131.—North Victoria Bistrict.
Superintendent, salary, 3 months @ $135 ; sundry expenses, $122. i
Sundry labour and team hire	
Labour.
Team hire	
do 	
Tools, etc	
do      	
Sharpening- tools..
Powder, fuse, etc.
do ti
do it
do ii
do ii       -
Carried fonvard.
122 25
5 25
5 00
9 60
241 00
42 75
15 00
31 50
67 58
36 95
1 40
1 25
48 50
9 00
10 40
3 00
8 00
1 25
9 00
2 00
527 90
4,945 00
256 00
16 65
19 5C
34 9C
11 10
7 25
15 85
19 35
8 00
5 0C
10 40
5,876 !
168 92
437 43
2,648 05
30,000 00 3 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B 109
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$  cts.
Shawnigan Lake Lum Co
A McDonald	
L Cullinson	
Pay lists	
Sundry persons	
do 	
J Nicholson	
D R Irvine	
Sundry persons.
E G Prior & Co, Ltd
A McGregor	
B Moring	
J A Sayward	
W H Snider	
J Baker 	
B C Pottery Co....
R Ryan	
Pay lists	
Sundry persons	
AH Peatt	
D R Irvine	
Walter S Fraser & Co
E G Prior & Co	
E Milne   	
W H Anderson	
J Street	
W B Charters	
R Swanwick	
C Bott	
PW Dempster	
Waites Bros	
H Clarke	
T H Fletcher	
A Floyer 	
E Cutler	
Wm Duncalf	
J H Kirby	
J A Say ward	
Shawnigan L Lumber Co
E Milne	
Hudson's Bay Co	
B C Electric Ry	
Duncan's Min & Dev Co
Hamilton Powder Co...
T A Barlow	
H Cogan 	
Jeune Bros	
BC Pottery Co	
G Bebbington	
T H Parr, C E	
J Atkins	
Rithet & Co	
C Weir	
E Williams	
Pay lists	
D R Irvine	
P Framento	
Duncans' Emporium
J T Porter	
J Mearns	
5,876 90
81 15
43 50
70
6,001 75
218 50
109 60
900 00
135 00
301 00
100 26
38 75
22 00
126 62
24 00
7 45
1 96
5 00
30,000 00
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS -Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.— Continued.
Vote No. 131.—North Victoria Bistrict.—Concluded.
Vote No. 132,—South Victoria Bistrict.
6,002 25
do                  ii       June, 1903	
do            ii                                       	
Vote No. 133.—Esquimalt Bistrict.
7,897 78
344 25
581 50
184 95
205 54
58 73
1 90
11 00
8 55
5 40
4 70
4 25
3 45
2 00
48 00
31 00
23 50
12 00
5 26
1 00
362 64
202 60
12 60
230 40
264 00
100 00
155 25
126 00
30 00
13 30
13 92
25 00
6 50
9 00
3 50
1 00
1 60
do                	
Superintendent, salary, 146 d. <rt $3, $438; allow'ce. horse hire, 143£ d. @$1, $143.50
do                ii       July, 1902, $135 ; and sundry expenses paid, $49.95	
do       	
do       	
do            	
do            	
do            	
do            	
do            	
do            	
do'    '   ..::::::::::::::.::::::::. ::::	
do                     	
do                  	
do                     	
do                     	
do      	
Lumber and freight charges	
Construction of trail—Sooke Lake to Leech River	
Buggy hire for Eoad Superintendent Irvine ,   .    	
Compensation for fencing, etc	
Hire of level, rod, etc	
do    	
Vote No. 134.—CowicJian District.
10,991 96
6,732 99
237 70
53 85
48 12
32 15
33 00
Superintendent, salarj', Sept., 1902, $135 ; paid sundry expenses, $102.70...  .
do                   	
do                   	
do                  	
7,137 81
64,985 89 B 110
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$  cts.
W P Jaynes 	
G T Corfield	
J Boal	
Hooper Bros	
Shawnigan Lake Lum Co
F Lloyd	
W Thomson	
R Grassie 	
Copper Mining Co ...
W Forrest	
J H Whittome	
Richard III Develpmt Co
Mt Sicker & Brenton Mns
H Keast	
Geo Lewis	
Pay lists	
D R Irvine	
A E Waterhouse	
Alberni Trading Co .
J E Sutton	
J W Fulton	
J Thomson	
Sing Lee & Co	
Stockham & Dawley
H O Bergh	
DW Gardner	
T Kirkpatrick	
Richardson & Brand
F Brand  	
G A Smith, PLS...
W E Losee	
Geo Nordstrom	
Christin Jacobson...
A W Hearst	
D Clarke 	
T Teason 	
E Coleman   .
Pay lists	
D it Irvine	
H McGuire	
I X L Livery Stable ...
Nanaimo Hotel	
Parksville    m    	
Arlington     n    	
Abbotsford ■■    	
Thompson & Scoville..
R Evans 	
SClay	
L McDonald	
D M Murray	
C M Chambers	
J Frederickson	
A Haslam	
Randle Bros	
A R Johnston & Co .   .
J Lowry	
Leddingham & Ross..."
Andrews & Donaldson.
W Ritchie   	
Pay lists .  	
Sundry persons .
Brought fonvard...
XII.-PUBLIC HOKKS.-Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 134.—Cowichan Bistrict.— Concluded.
Powder, fuse, tools, etc .
do
do
Lumber	
do
do
Sharpening tools, etc	
do ..?	
do 	
Clearing out Bear Valley Creek (per contract)	
Construction of road (per contract)	
do 	
Rock work (per contract)	
Buggy hire for road inspector	
Labour  4 days (
Vote No. 135.—Alberni Bistrict.
Labour and team work	
Superintendent, salary, Jan.,
Powder, fuse, tools, etc	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Lumber .
do
Services as surveyor	
do       bridge inspector.
Boat hire.
Paid boat fare	
Bridge notices	
Labour   2 days @ $3.00
do         H       ,,        2.50
Sharpening tools	
Vote No. 136.—North Nanaimo Bistrict.
Labour and team work   	
Superintendent, salary, $135, Nov., 1902; and sundrv expenses, $15.80
do £ salary, 3 mos. @ $37.50, $112.50 ; allowance for horse hire, $22.50
Meals, horse feed" etc., for Road Superintendent McGuire
do ii i.
do ii ii
do .. it
do
do ii 'i
do ii ii
do ti H
do n ii
Horse-shoeing	
Repairs to harness	
Express on tools	
Lumber.
Powder, fuse, tools, etc .
Tent, etc  	
Sharpening tools	
do ,t     	
do -i     	
Hauling lumber	
Vote No. 137. —South Nanaimo Bistrict.
Labour and team work	
do ,, 	
Carried forward 	
7,137 81
54,985 89
17 90
28 45
6 25
66 48
35 95
9 68
29 50
11. 55
3 32
225 00
100 00
100 00
85 00
35 00
10 00
7,901 89
7,986 31
135 00
46 15
33 25
31 60
11 65
10 72
9 20
16 75
2 95
2 00
90
58 09
126 94
270 75
24 00
2 50
2 50
2 50
6 00
13 75
4 35
8,797 76
4,071 07
150 80
135 00
10 00
6 25
6 00
4 00
1 50
4 00
2 00
3 00
1 50
3 50
75
1 00
107 71
405 70
16 80
16 61
1 40
17 55
1 00
4,967 04
12,217 77
197 25
12,415 02
76,652 58 3 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.           B 111
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$    cts.
12,415 02
319 60
157 50
482 10
238 45
212 10
181 15
62 90
53 60
38 00
24 00
5 75
4 50
87 00
606 58
32 43
26 25
21 95
22 60
12 00
15 00
6 00
3 50
6 00
7 00
26 00
2 50
25 00
50
76,652 58
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS-Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 137.—SotitJt Nanaimo District.—Concluded.
Superintendent, salary, 2 months @ $135=$270 ; and sundry expenses, $49.60...
do                  ir        4       i.     $131.25; and allowance for horse hire §26.25....
do                  ii       	
WH Morton	
do                  	
J McConville & Co
DW Murray	
do                „       	
do                  „       	
A R Johnston & Co .   ...
S Craig	
S Leiser & Co	
do                 ,.                                             	
do                  „         	
E Cooke 	
do                  	
Ladysmith Lumber Co ..
do       	
D W Murray 	
Andrews & Donaldson...
S Craig	
N Maki	
do          	
do           	
do	
F Thatcher	
J McLennan	
J Leigh	
R McGuire	
J H Cocking	
J H Good   	
CB Roberts  	
P Dolan   ...
E & N Ry	
Vote No. 138.—Nanaimo City District.
15,094 98
1,662 22
22 50
39 30
8 65
7 15
Superintendent's salary, Oct., 1902, $18.75 ; allowance for horse hire, $3.75	
Andrews & Donaldson...
Vote No.  139.—Comox District.
1,739 72
10,944 64
371 00
402 66
376 90
14 25
12 25
2 00
14 18
3 20
20 00
5 00
10 00
25 00
30 00
50 00
Sundry persons	
do            	
D R Irvine	
J W McKenzie	
do                                                 	
Superintendent, salary, 2 months @ $135 = 0270 ; and sundry expenses, $106.90 ...
do                                                   	
H Mitchell	
do                	
J L Roe	
T H Piercy	
Chas Thulin	
do    	
C Jacobson 	
H McGuillan	
John McPhee	
Pay lists	
Vote No. 140.—Vancouver Island Main TrunJi Road.
12,281 08
8,243 99
72 82
274 70
219 83
14 65
4 80
1 75
6 00
4 50
do            	
do
G W Leighton	
do            	
R Grassie	
do            	
WSiler	
Tent                       	
8,843 04
114,611 40 B 112
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Pay lists	
Sundry persons	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
J Sprott	
E F Darcy	
H Gunn	
T Owens	
G Cunningham & Son
H Burnett	
Evans, Coleman & Evans
Terminal Steamship Co
H Hayden	
BC Electric Ry	
S H Thompson	
C A Middlemiss	
Storey & Carson	
J W Clarke	
A N Beaton	
Pay lists	
Sundry persons	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
J Sprott	
E F Darcy	
H Gunn	
S H Thompson	
Geo Mouldy	
H Benson	
J Reauseau	
Schaake Machine Works.
T J Armstrong	
Pay lists	
Sundry persons	
do 	
J Sprott	
E F Darcy	
R Dunn 	
W McDonald	
Chilliw7hack Municipality
P Jackson	
J H McGuire	
D H McCrimmon	
Pay lists	
Sundry persons	
do 	
do 	
do 	
J Sprott	
E F Darcy	
SEW Fletcher	
GB Corbould	
Delta Municipality.
T S Annandale	
Brackman & Ker Co
Brought forward	
XII.-PUBLIC WOUKS-Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.—ConUntted.
Vote No. 141.— Westminster Bistrict (Richmond Riding).
$300; sundry expenses, $428.25.
180; *    i. 57.80.
Labour and team work	
do M 	
Hardware, powder, fuse, etc	
Lumber    	
Hay, oats, etc	
Broken rock	
Superintendent, salary, 3 mos. @ $100
Clerk to Road Supt., it     S .-        60
Road foreman, paid sundry expenses	
Sharpening tools	
do ii     	
Attending drawbridge  9 months @
Towing charges, wharfage, etc	
Freight charges on outfit, etc	
Hire of launch ,   	
Car tickets for Road Superintendent	
Buggy hire for road foreman	
Rent of stable	
Moving camp outfit	
do .1 	
do ,. 	
0.00
Vote No. 142.— Westminster Bistrict (Bewdney Riding.)
Labour and team work   	
do ii 	
Hardware, powder, tools, etc	
Hay, oats, etc	
Lumber	
Express and freight on camp outfit, etc	
Sharpening tools	
Superintendent, salary, 3 mos. @ $100 = 3300 ; and sundry expenses, $339.28
ClerktoSupt., i- 3 „ 60=180; n .. 5.60
Road foreman, paid fares,	
Buggy hire for Road Superintendent	
Ferryman, 7 months @ $50
Stabling Government team	
do it 	
Repairs to scow .'	
do      harness 	
Vote No. 143.— Westminster Bistrict (ChillitvhacTc Riding).
Labour and team work	
do „ 	
Hardware, powder, tools, etc	
Superintendent, salary, 3 months @ $100 = $300 ; sundry expenses, $165.75	
Clerk to Superintendent, salary, 3 months @ $60	
Paid freight charges, etc	
Lumber	
Opening Lower Sumas road	
Hire of plough and harrow	
Moving camp outfit	
do ..       	
Vote No. 144.—Westminster Bistrict (Belta Riding).
Labour and team work	
do „ 	
Hardware, powder, tools, etc   ....
Lumber   	
Sharpening tools    ■.	
Siiperintendent salary, 3 months (co $100 = $300 ; expenses, $225.50
Clerk to Superintendent, it       3 n 60	
do ii ti       4 davs 2.50 	
do it it       6   m 2.50	
Gravelling portion of Yale road	
Groceries 	
Hay, oats, etc	
Carried   fonvard	
$  cts.
$   cts.
6,189 53
280 31
713 81
2,085 65
250 8S
834 40
728 25
287 80
46 10
45 90
2 75
270 0C
539 08
117 50
25 00
12 50
3 00
1 60
13 95
S 00
9 35
307 34
333 91
652 95
172 48
204 31
68 SO
50 60
639 28
185 60
1 20
9 00
350 00
4 25
3 00
16 19
1 00
4,717 83
188 25
155 07
465 75
180 00
22 25
9 90
300 00
12 00
5 00
2 50
5,158 62
132 87
89 05
68 24
32 97
525 50
180 00
10 00
15 00
700 00
73 40
29 66
12,410 37
5,999 31
7,015 30  139,029 03 3 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B  113
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$   cts.
Louis Hanson	
A Ray	
R W Lyness	
Vancouver Shipyard Co.
Str " Beaver"  	
Str "Favourite"	
Schaake Machine Works.
EA Dalziel	
J F McLennan	
Murphy & Cowan	
Mackay & Southon 	
Pay lists    	
Sundry persons	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
A Stevenson	
A C Shaw	
N PcPhee	
Alex Shields	
T Costley	
A Merrall	
Smith & Donnelly	
ETWPearse	
J D Cameron  	
D C McLaren	
Wm White	
Clark & Stewart	
Canadian Pacific R'way.
T Hornby	
Pay lists	
Sundry persons	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
A Stevenson	
F Darling	
Hugh Hunter	
B C Express Co	
WH Wheeler	
RW Allison	
Canadian Pacific R'way
Chas Gillis	
D McPhail	
J Kelly	
Geo Stuart	
W H Holmes	
Ashcroft Feed Stables..
C E Thomas	
J Lytton	
Peter Andop 	
Clark & Stuart	
A E Raab	
Can Bank of Commerce
J Wardle	
Pay lists	
Sundry persons
do
Brought forward	
XII.-PUBLIC WOBKS.—Contitovued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.—Con&twued.
Vote No. 144.—Westminster Bistrict (Belta Riding).—Concluded.
Moving house   	
do      outfit	
do        ti      	
Storage charges on Government boat .
Freight charges	
do 	
Hire of launch	
Sign boards	
Hauling powder	
Repairs to harness	
Drawing paper	
Vote No. 145. — Yale Bistrict (North Riding.)
Labour and team work	
do 	
Hardware, tools, outfit, etc   	
Lumber	
Hay, oats, etc	
Sharpening tools, etc ,  ....
Supt., sal. 4 mos. @ $75 ; 2mos. @$150=
Services assisting superintendent	
Caretaker	
do       	
Buggy hire for road superintendent	
Clearing right of way (per contract)	
Construction of road at Salmon Arm (per contract)
Paid telegrams	
Repairs to plough	
do       harness, etc	
Freight charges	
do 	
do 	
Moving outfit	
horse hire, etc., $80 ; ex. pd., $179.12
.14 months @ $10
. 6 10
Vote No. 146.—Yale Bistrict (West Riding).
Labour and team work	
do .. 	
Hardware, tools, outfit, etc .
Lumber .
Hay, oats, etc	
Sharpening tools, etc	
Supt., salary, 5 mos. @ $150=$750 ; allowance for horse hire, $203 ; exspd., $191.!
Ferry cable, etc	
Paid team hire	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Freight charges	
Hauling outfit, etc    _	
do 	
do 	
Repairs to harness	
Hire of jack screws 	
Buggy hire, etc	
Storage charges on tools, etc	
Cordwood	
Stabling Government horses	
Fares of foreman, etc	
Paid fares as foreman	
Express charges paid on funds ,	
Stamps, note paper, etc .-	
Vote No. 147.—Yale Bistrict (East Riding).
Labour and team work	
do 	
Hardware, tools, outfit, etc	
Carried forward
7,015 30
85 00
1 50
1 00
9 50
8 85
7 50
6 00
15 00
5 00
1 35
1 50
8,090 91
291 40
481 14
289 00
549 62
196 00
859 12
7 50
140 00
60 00
67 00
515 00
400 00
2 50
7 00
31 20
10 50
1 50
35
75
8,687 70
191 6C
633 ii
304 36
232 76
48 5C
1,144 99
510 0C
15 0C
9 5C
5 0C
3 0C
68 78
16 0C
4 0C
2 50
37 50
5 00
6 50
13 25
16 50
27 50
8 50
5 10
1 96
1 25
20,601 06
1,691 77
863 61
139,029 63
7,157 50
18 B 114
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$ cts.
Sundry persons	
do 	
do 	
J P Burnyeat	
J Rankin	
G R Stocker	
Str " Aberdeen "....
W H Clark	
Q Little	
Crowley & Downton
A F McMillan	
Sundry persons	
Pay lists	
Sundry persons	
'do 	
do 	
do 	
A McDonald	
R Carson	
WH Wright	
W H Gregory	
A Tresseira	
W J Kelly	
J Lowther	
J Hunt	
B C Express Co	
West'n Canada Ranch Co
F W Foster	
Pay lists	
Sundry persons..
do
do
do
do
J S Bell	
Gold & Parkmore
N McDonald	
Pay lists	
Sundry persons	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
J H St Laurent	
43rd Mining & Milling Co
J N Hill	
H Durrett    	
E Humphreys	
E G Prior &'Co, Ltd .
K McKenzie	
Alex Meiss 	
W B Bailey & Co	
A H Beedy	
F M Beecher 	
W Peebles	
Pay lists	
Sundry persons.
Brought forward..
XII.-PUBLIC •WOnKS.-Continued.
Boads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 147.—Yale District (East Riding).—Concluded.
Team hire	
Lumber	
Sharpening tools, etc	
Superintendent, salary, SI,125; sundry expenses paid, 3272.95
Clerk, salary, 48 days @ $2.50=$120 ; n
Refund for work done on road and bridge, 1898	
Freight charges	
do	
Hauling gravel.	
do     lumber	
Sign boards	
Moving outfit, etc	
Vote No. 148.— Lillooet District (East Riding).
Labour and team work	
do 	
Hardware, tools, outfit, etc	
Blacksmithing	
Hay, oats, etc	
Supt., half salary, 8 months @ 875 =
Refund for construction of road...
Ferryman	
Wintering Government horses	
Moving outfit	
Repairs to tents	
Horse feed, etc	
Express charges	
do 	
Freight charges	
do 	
); half allowance horse feed, etc., $160
1 month @ $75
Vote No. 149.—T^illooet District (West Riding.)
Labour and team work.
do
Hardware, tools, etc...
Lumber .
Blacksmithing    	
Moving camp, $66.15 ; hauling lumber, $95.75.
Superintendent	
Construction of road (per contract)	
Hire of team, etc	
alary, 6 months @ $150
Vote No. 150.—Cariboo District.
Labour and team work	
do ,, 	
Hardware, tools, etc	
Blacksmithing	
Team hire, etc	
Moving camp	
Superintendent, £ salary, 8 mo. @ $75 = 600 ; expenses, $58.50 ; horse hire, etc. $162
Repairs to trail—350 miles	
Construction of bridge, Knife Creek (per contract) 	
Grant in aid of construction of road	
Construction of winter road (per contract)	
Buggy and harness	
Purchase of tool-house    	
Freight charges	
do 	
Oats     	
Lumber	
Horse feed	
Vote No. 151.—East Kootenay (North Riding).
Labour and team work	
do M        	
Carried forward	
1,403 10
1,253 26
148 87
1,397 95
127 00
750 00
18 33
21 80
2 50
2 50
3 25
65 50
5,754 25
545 02
189 15
66 80
28 40
760 00
500 00
75 00
41 00
20 00
3 00
2 50
2 50
7 60
2 60
1 20
5.713 50
1,106 00
183 37
564 02
102 75
161 90
900 00
208 00
06 00
9,153 85
2,582 64
444 48
100 25
292 75
54 50
820 50
400 75
100 00
100 00
140 00
128 00
55 00
2 00
5 81
4 44
14 32
1 00
11,822 22
861 15
170,186 80
28,250 50
14,400 29
12,683 37 229,842 16 3 Ed. 7       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B 115
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$   cts.
Sundry persons	
Columbia River L'ber Co
Geo Rheder	
Jas Lake	
Bruce, Forster&Kimpton
P Nicholson	
T'teesWindermereC'tery
J McIIattie    	
H L Amine	
S Craig	
H Hermanson	
J B McLeod	
W C Bennett	
U Col Nav & T'way Co .
C J Martin	
Geary & Doyle	
Pay lists	
Sundry persons.
do
do
do
do
do
Donald McKay .
D Bale	
F Bowman .   ...
G R Leask 	
D McKay	
J H McMullen ..
W Bailey	
N C McKinsbray
J Reid	
Pay lists	
Sundry persons 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
E L Kinman	
J A Magee	
Fred Robinson L'ber Co
Ophir Lake Min & Dev Co
E M Buck	
J Lindsey	
A Maddock	
TR Davev, PLS	
T J Graham	
Revelstoke NavigationCo
Can Pac Railway	
G Sumner	
E Edwards	
W E McLauchlin	
Stationmaster, Nakusp..
Pay lists 	
Sundry persons
do
do
J D Moore ...
P Dickinson ., .
R J McPhee   ..
Brought forward.
XII.-PUBLIC WOEKS — Concluded.
Eoads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 151.—East Kootenay {North Riding).—Concluded.
Hardware, tools, etc	
Lumber	
do       	
Caretaker   7 months (3 $25
Grant in aid of construction	
do .. 	
do ,, 	
Blacksmithing, etc	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Horse hire	
Horse feed, meals, etc...   	
Freight charges	
Boat   	
Moving camp	
Vote No. 152.—East Kootenay,  (SotitJi Riding.)
Labour and team work	
do
Hardware, tools, etc	
Lumber	
Team hire, etc	
Packing outfit, etc	
Blacksmithing	
Superintendent, salary, 5 mos. @ $90=8450 ; paid sundry expenses, $304.30	
Travelling expenses, assisting superintendent	
Repairing bridge   	
do ii	
Freight charges...	
do ..       	
do n       	
do ,,       	
do ii          	
Vote No. 153.—West Kootenay District (RevelstoJie Riding)
Labour and team work	
do 	
Hardware, powder, tools, etc	
Packing outfit, etc	
Horse hire, etc          ...
Blacksmithing	
Superintendent, 73 days @ $4 = $292 ;
Cribbing piers	
Lumber .
sundry expenses paid,
Repairs per contract	
Clerk 26 days @ $2.!
Contribution re construction of bridge	
R-ent of house for men	
Services as surveyor	
Paid meals, beds,' etc   	
Freight charges	
do	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Vote No,  154.—West Kootenay District (SJocan Riding).
Labour and team work      :'.,	
Hardware, tools, etc	
Packing outfit, etc	
Lumber	
Superintendent's salary, $1,304 ; sundry expenses paid, $477.85..
Contribution re construction Lemon Creek road	
do Ottawa Mine trail	
Carried forward.
12,683 37
603 48
476 13
12 48
175 00
300 00
50 00
100 00
12 21
6 50
5 76
3 00
18 00
14 00
13 20
25 00
2 50
9,545 03
1,518 00
1,063 60
577 74
744 30
196 00
36 20
754 30
29 00
20 00
10 85
3 91
1 90
2 25
2 25
75
229,842 15
14,463 07
918 23
155 50
779 71
1,781 85
2,250 00
125 00
20,473 36
14,499 62
273,347 87 B 116
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$   cts.
WC EKoch	
J Healey	
Kootenay R'y & Nav Co
N McMillan	
WC E Koch	
H Giegerich   	
W Letcher	
Pay lists	
Sundry persons	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
D McBeath	
P White 	
Broken Hill Min & Dev Co
E Noel	
British Lion Gold Mining1
& Development Co	
F Fletcher	
A S Farwell	
Pay lists	
Sundry persons	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
J M Simpson	
H A Green	
G M Miller	
Dominion Express Co
Pay lists	
Sundry Persons	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
W A Williscroft	
H Molyneaux	
J C Hungerford 	
Thos Hinchcliffe	
N W F Rant	
M McRae	
G Pearson	
Bear Lake Tom (Indian)
W A Williscroft	
Vancouver Eng Works .
J H Brownlee	
H Brown	
R Draney 	
P Gabrio	
T Murphy	
T Tug-well	
Atlin Mining- Co	
Pay lists	
Sundry Persons.
Brought forward...
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS.-Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves. -Continued.
Vote No. 154,—West Kootenay Bistrict (Slocan Riding).
Concluded.
Labour furnished  	
Horse hire	
Proportion of cost re repairs Ainsworth wharf
Blacksmithing	
do 	
Hire of dump eart, etc	
do    boat 	
Vote No. 155.—West Kootenay Bistrict (Nelson Riding).
Labour and team work	
do .p 	
Hardware, tools, etc	
Horse hire, etc	
Packing' outfit, etc    	
Lumber	
Superintendent, salary, 107 days @ §5 = §535 ; sundry expenses paid, $231 ...
Refund part cost of road to Nicola Mines	
do ii Wild Horse Creek	
do n    trail,     La France Creek, etc 	
Grant in aid of construction of Porcupine Creek trail	
Services as Surveyor	
do   examining Ymir Bridge	
Vote No. 156.— West Kootenay Bistrict {Rossland Riding).
Labour and team work	
do ii 	
Hardware, tools, etc	
Lumber and piles	
Packing outfit, etc	
Hay, oats, etc	
Horse hire	
Blacksmithing.	
do 	
Hire of blacksmithing oufit.
Express	
Vote No. 157.— Cassiar Bistrict.
Labour and team work	
do 	
Hardware, groceries, tools, etc .
Lumber	
Packing outfit, etc    	
Horse hire and boat hire 	
Freight, fares, etc	
Superintendent 5 months @ §150
do   1? days @ $6, $72; fares paid, §5
Blazing and grading road, Wright Creek (per contract)	
Staking trail, Atlin to Hales n 	
do to Log Cabin n      17| miles @ §5
Cutting trail n u  	
One wing dam	
Grant in aid of scow ferry	
Repayment of advance to Indians, £95 ; expenses paid, $5; (re wharf, Bella Coola)
Repairing pile-driver, etc	
Constructing road and bridge, Otter Creek	
Board of Superintendent Williscroft 	
Towing piles 	
Sharpening tools	
do
Paid—meals, fares, etc., inspecting trails	
Meals to men 	
Vote No. 158.—lillooet-Lytton Main Trunk Road.
Labour and team work	
do 	
Carried forward	
20,473 36
100 00
67 50
57 49
15 79
4 50
16 00
5 00
14,326 51
302 50
1,136 57
299 15
203 30
138 36
706 00
800 00
200 00
30 00
200 00
67 60
30 00
12,521
42
342 23
547 52
741
oo
104
35
84
73
63
60
13 25
3 90
15
00
5
00
11,882 62
1,235 60
1,590 24
1,917 84
119 45
219 00
677 15
750 00
77 00
200 00
205 00
87 50
185 00
200 00
100 00
100 00
241 19
50 00
64 69
25 00
16 50
3 00
12 50
11 75
1,488 92
157 00
1,645 92
273,347 87
18,499 89 3 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B 117
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$ cts.
1,645 92
40 50
24 50
26 15
99 50
41 70
6 56
8 83
347,000 39
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS.-Continued.
Sundry persons 	
Roads, Streets, Bridges and "Wharves.- Continued.
Vote No 158—Lillooet-Lytton Main Trunk Road.— Concluded.
Nicholles & Renouf	
Vote No. 159. -Cariboo Main Trunk Road.
1,893 66
Sundry persons    ...
18,885 97
804 37
1,127 94
1,378 27
541 88
377 86
204 10
138 70
953 00
762 00
670 00
220 85
16 00
7 00
6 00
1 85
3 65
3 00
1 00
1,319 37
401 30
454 32
38 09
23 45
60 55
3 00
17 50
5 00
1 20
2 10
1 75
do              „         ....            	
do
do
do
do            	
do            	
do
J H St Laurent	
A McDonald	
W H Gregory	
do               §    „      8        ,,         75-  600; I-           it             i.         162	
do               h;    ,,       6       ,,         75- 450; f           n             "          120	
do         	
J Hunt
W W Hall	
do         	
do                	
W L Collins	
Vote No. 159a. —Barnet-Hastings Road.
26,003 44
Sundry persons	
do            	
do                     	
do            	
S H Thompson	
T Owens	
Anderson & Copeland...
Hugh Gunn 	
EF Darcy    	
do      	
do             	
Paid       i,         	
T Rose	
Vote No. 159b.—Dewdney Trunk Road and Pitt River Eerry.
do                  ii             	
2,327 03
3,035 66
178 67
70 90
179 91
20 05
14 80
C P Nav Co	
do     	
Vole No. 160.—liridge, Princeton.
Vote No. 100b.—Bridge at Rosendale, CliilliwJiack.
3,500 09
3,000 00
Vermilion Fks M & D Co.
Consolidated Cariboo
Hydraulic Mining Co .
Vote No. 100c—Quesnel Forks and Horsefly Road.
	
385,241 71 B 118
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$   cts.
Pay lists	
Sundry persons	
do 	
do 	
W B Bailey & Co	
Vancouver Enginr'g Wks
E G Prior & Co, Ltd ....
C Isnardy	
B C Express Co	
S Smith	
J Dessault	
W Borland	
J J Mclnnes	
M Minton	
Eagle & Paxton	
A B Anderson	
W Parker	
R Borland	
W Stevenson 	
R T Skinner	
W C E Koch
Pay lists	
Sundry persons	
do        	
do 	
do 	
John Robertson . .
\V EC Koch	
A W Crawford	
W S Drewry	
Geo Gaskell	
Albion Iron Works  .
J Brent	
A T Bassett	
J P McCuddy	
P Mclntyre	
T Hornby	
J Heaney	
WC Bate	
Collector of Customs
F A Kelly	
W Dalrymple	
A C Kirkbride	
Fleming Bros	
Pay lists	
Sundry persons	
do
do
J Bryce 	
Robt Mahon   	
Tug " Lois "	
Wm Gidley	
Geo Howe	
R Carter & Sons ...
Geo Gilley	
Wellington Colliery
Thulin Bros.	
R McMahon	
J McHardy	
D McCallum	
Brought forward	
XH.-BUBLIC V?OKKS.-Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 161.—Bridge, Chimney Creek.
Labour and team work	
do ,, 	
Hardware, tools, etc	
Groceries, meat, etc	
Sundry freight, storage, etc	
Rods, beams, ironwork, etc	
Galvanized wire ropes, etc	
Hauling lumber	
Sundry fares	
Superintendent, 29 days @ £7 = $203 ; expenses and sundry fares of men, $571.70.
Caretaker, 7 months @ 10	
Rent of portable saw-mill	
Freight and fares	
Hay	
Hay.
Blacksmithing , 	
Horse hire	
Hauling goods, etc	
Horse feed, etc	
Services examining ironwork     4 days @ $4
Vote No. 161a.—New Benver Bridge.
Construction of bridge (per contract), £2,850 ; extras, $150.	
Vote No. 162.—Bridges.
etc.
Labour and team work.
do
Ironwork, hardware, tools,
Lumber	
Freight	
Ironwork, painting-, etc   	
Labour and material furnished	
Contribution re bridge at Crawford.
Engineer in charge (per contract)...
Painting                                 n
Iron work                           ii
Hauling timber 	
do 	
Hauling outfit   	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Services as inspector, etc	
Duty on paint	
Blacksmithing	
do 	
Painting	
Photographs	
Vote No. 163.—Wharves.
Labour and team work	
do ii 	
Lumber and piles	
Hardware, tools, etc	
Contribution towards wharf, Sidney Island .
Towing pile driver and outfit	
do ii 	
do - 	
do n 	
do   lumber  	
Rent of pile driver and outfit	
do .i 	
Moving n 	
do tools	
Expenses recovering lost pile driver	
Extra allowance as foreman	
Carried forward.
12,063 98
556 00
4,183 76
1,426 01
8,878 98
4,432 99
4,178 40
3,385 00
1,162 00
774 70
70 00
600 00
74 01
83 78
40 06
15 32
12 00
21 00
23 00
16 00
6,738 16
490 74
1,251 29
2,381 34
136 67
2,391 60
980 00
700 00
175 00
270 00
484 00
145 30
100 60
5 00
3 00
5 35
1 00
14 00
2S 00
14 50
32 45
10 00
25 60
3,000 00
16,383 60
3,587 88
114 24
1,080 91
367 00
400 00
200 00
165 00
30 00
30 00
25 00
264 00
98 12
27 00
20 00
20 00
15 75
6,444 90 444,622 30 3 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903. B 119
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$   cts.
6,444 90
444,622 30
XII.-PUBLIC WOBKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 163.— Wharves.—Concluded.
16 00
9 37
10 00
9 75
8 00
Terminal S S Co	
do       	
do       	
6,498 02
Vote No. 164.—Ferry Subsidy, Goldstream, Revelstoke Riding.
200 00
Vote No. 165.—Ferry Subsidy, Smith Creek.
200 00
Vote No. 167.—Ferry Subsidy, Churn Creek.
W H Wright	
825 00
72 50
897 50
Vote No. 168.—Ferry Subsidy, Soda Creek.
C J Foyle	
Vote No. 169.—Ferry Subsidy, Chimney Creek-
500 00
M D Ross	
500 00
Vote No. 170.—Ferry Subsidy, Savona.
J B McKilliken	
68 33
531 67
G Mitchell	
do 10        n       19        ,,         50
600 00
Vote No. 171.—Ferry Subsidy, Spence's Bridge.
AV F Kirkpatrick	
Vote No. 172.—Ferry Subsidy, Pavilion.
600 00
Vote No. 173.—Ferry Subsidy, Big Bar.
300 00
Vote No. 174.—Ferry Subsidy,  ChUlitvhack and Harrison River.
300 00
600 00
Vote No. 175.—Ferry Subsidy, North Vancouver.
Municipality of N Van'r.
500 00
 _
456,317 82 B 120
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
t  cts.
Brought forward 	
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 177.—Contingencies.
Pay lists	
Sundry persons....
"do 	
G Laforme	
TWBain	
Revelstoke Nav Co	
Morris & Steed	
Canada Drug Co	
S McMahon	
J W McCallum	
E Brault	
Pay lists	
Sundry persons	
S S Smith	
M Minton	
St Joseph's Indus School
A Isnardy	
Harvey, Bailey & Co ....
W B Bailey & Co	
R Borland	
MDRoss	
Pay lists	
Sundry persons	
P Trisseira	
J Mclnnes	
A B Anderson	
W Parker .   	
O Arensen	
Pay lists	
Sundry persons	
W A Williscroft	
H O Hansen	
J B Sylvester	
Tullef Sangstool	
Oliver Kellogg	
J A Sayward	
C W Kirk	
Brackman & Ker Co ....
C P Navigation Co	
Jas A McNeill	
J C Spencer   	
Pay lists	
Sundryr persons	
do 	
F McDonald	
Geo McKenzie	
G O Guise	
F Miller	
D Evans	
A G Wheatley	
R F Bonson	
Geo Finlay	
Pay lists	
Sundry persons	
do 	
E G Prior* Co., Ltd....
F Magee	
Terminal SS. Co   	
Royal City Planing Mills
Pay lists 	
JLMcKay	
E G Prior & Co, Ltd .
Upper Col Nav Co .,.
Can Pacific R'way ...
A Blakeley	
Dominion Express Co
H G Parson	
Lake & Co 	
A H Tegart	
Pay lists	
Sundry persons	
Jas Noble	
Labour,
do
Hardware, groceries, etc.,
Packing supplies, etc.,
Horse hire, etc.,
Freight, etc.,
Meals to Superintendent, etc.,
Drugs,
Sharpening tools,
Packing outfit,
Express,
Labour,
do
Supt., meals, fares, beds, etc.
Oats, etc.,
Hay, etc.,
Beef, etc.,
Road scrapers,
Freight,
Iron, etc.,
Boat hire,
Labour,
Hardware, tools, etc.,
Sharpening tools,
Freight,
do
Express,
Labour (26 days @ ?2)
do
Hardware, groceries, etc.,
Supt., 7 mos., 22 d., @ J150 = «l,160 :
Timber,
do
do
do
do
Team horses,
Hay and oats,
Freight,
Waggon, etc.,
B oard of Supt. Williscroft,
Labour and team work,
do
Hardware, tools, etc.,
Lumber,
Freight,
do
Express,
Moving outfit, etc.,
do
Railway fare,
Horse hire,
Labour,
do
Hardware, tools, etc.,
Repairs to waggon, etc ,
Hay,
Freight,
Lumber,
Labour,
Lumber,
Sundry ironwork,
Freight,
do
do
Express,
Tools, etc.,
do
Hauling tools,
Labour,
Hardware, tools, etc.,
Building 3 bridges (per contract),
Sundry roads, etc
Approach Chimney Creek bridge
Chimney Creek bridge road...
Wharf approach, Bella Coola.
exp. pd., §148.71,       ir n ..
Road, West Fork Kettle River..
Pemberton Trail.
Toby Creek Bridge
Ice River Waggon Road .
Carried forward.
456,317 82
2,313 00
219 00
102 10
409 50
140 00
90 15
61 50
9 70
8 00
1 50
75
1,349 62
241 00
250 85
208 SE
173 3u
182 48
' 49 60
71 33
30 70
12 00
2,133 76
218 83
27 36
4 00
7 48
1 45
52 00
1,546 16
1,432 23
1,308 71
1,836 63
310 00
150 00
210 00
25 87
425 00
126 40
137 16
54 00
70 00
3,457 64
532 00
8S6 45
116 55
68 56
7 43
4 80
12 00
15 00
16 90
3 00
2,262 20
494 84
85 00
70 00
53 00
43 10
2 03
2,143 90
525 67
140 00
44 75
24 68
3 00
50
48 00
40 35
4 00
2,969 00
254 32
1,200 00
31,480 43  456,317 82 3 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B    121
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$   cts.
XII-
Roads, Strec
Vote No.
Freight,
Labour,
Rent of pile-driver,
Towing timber,
Piles,
Coal-tar, etc.,
Nails, etc,,
Blacksmithing,
Freight,
Hauling tools,
Labour,
Lumber,
do
do
do
Dynamite, etc.,
Spikes,
Labour,
Lumber,
Powder, fuse, etc.,
Bolts, etc.,
Express,
Freight,
Repairing boat,
Lumber,
Labour,
Axes, etc.,
Meals,
Labour,
Tools, powder, etc.,
do
Caps, fuse, etc.,
Freight,
Labour,
Horse hire,
Groceries, etc.,
Powder, fuse, etc.,
Labour,
Powder, fuse, etc.,
do
Tent,
Freight,
Mattocks,
Hauling plough,
Labour,
Towing pile driver,
do     timber,
Iron, etc.,
Nails, etc.,
Inspector, 80 days @ #4,
Labour,     23       u        2.5
Rope, etc.,
Labour,
Powder, fuse, etc.,
Team hire,
do
do
do
do
Lumber,
Nails, etc.,
Freight,
do
Labour with team,
Lumber,
do
Labour,
Sharpening tools,
Grant in aid,
do       „
do       ,,
Grant in aid
Compensation for injury,
31,480 43
54 33
422 53
161 00
120 00
112 98
37 90
17 48
15 75
IS 50
75
317 75
137 66
25 00
23 98
5 00
22 65
5 50
1,619 55
174 51
92 20
14 60
1 00
87 00
29 65
9 04
12 80
4 00
2 25
5,219 31
807 31
801 34
44 00
12 50
424 50
34 00
20 86
14 50
2,134 03
257 84
47 17
15 00
3 44
2 00
1 50
254 50
25 00
10 00
15 69
5 54
320 00
57 50
4 55
1,024 00
118 65
82 00
16 00
6 00
4 00
2 00
38 86
11 05
8 75
5 00
573 00
50 00
5 00
121 25
20 25
500 00
500 00
500 00
3,000 00
200 CO
52,238 47
456,317 82
Can Pacific Railway	
-PUBLIC WORKS— Continued.
ts, Bridges and Wharves—Continued.
177. ~Contingencies.—Continued.
Ice River Waggon Road 	
Repairs, Squamish Wharf   	
ii                       ii             	
M                                           11                        	
11                                           11                        	
11                                           11                        	
Pine Creek Bridge, Gold Run...
ii                       ii                ...
ii                       ii                 ...
ii                       ii                 ...
ii                       ii                ...
Road, Ladysmith to Russell's Cg
n                            ii
ii                            ii
Atlin and Lake Bennett Section
ii                                         M
n                            ii
n                            ii
Hamil Creek Waggon Road ...
ii                         ii           . ■ ■
Road, Lexington to Boyd   	
ii                           ii        	
ii                           ii        	
Road, Grand Forks to Franklin C]
ii                            ti
ii                            "
Ironsides, Rennie, Campbell &Co	
Thos Dunn Hardware Co
Wood,Vallance & Co	
Anderson & Copeland...
Terminal S S Co	
Royal City Transfer Co..
Pay lists	
Northern Lumber Co	
L B Davis	
J T Regan	
Ladysmith Lumber Co..
E Rolston	
D Johnson	
White Pass & Yukon Ry
R J Wallace   	
Northern Lumber Co ...
J C Durie	
E J Thain	
Archer & Hodder	
Byers, Giegerich & Co...
Ole Ulinn	
Capt Angus Campbell...
E J Bradford & Co
C T Diamond	
Hunter-Keudrick Co	
W K C Manly	
C V Corliss	
C L Thomet	
ii                  ii
E*G Prior & Co, Ltd ....
W P Coleman	
W Oliver ..   	
Summerland-Peachland roads..
n                            ii
u                            ii
ii                            ii
ii                            ii
ii                            ii
ii                             n
ii                            ii
Road, Atlin to Surprise Lake...
G Gartrell	
W Miller	
Summerland Supply Co.
W H Clark	
K S Hogg	
Brown & Sinclair	
Burnaby Mu icipality...
Coquitlam Municipality.
Corporation of Delta	
Governm'nt road near Abbotsfon
456,317 82 B 122
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$   cts
Brought forward	
XII.-PUBLIC WOEKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.—Concluded.
Vote No. 177.—Contingencies.—Concluded.
C Carlson	
Cyr Bros	
John Robertson ....
Hermon & Burwell .
J C Montgomery	
G Laforme	
Vernon Hardware Co
W F Wood	
A G Fraser	
AUred Raynes	
Pay lists	
"do     	
Labour and material furnished,
Labour with team,
Tension rods, etc.,
Giving centres, etc.,
Labour,
Packing tools,
Nails, etc.,
do
Powder, fuse, etc,
Labour,
do
do
Noosatsum Bridge, Bella Cool;
Road Hatzic Prairie to Slave Lake
Saloomt River bridge, Bella Coola
North Arm bridge	
Downie Creek trail	
Vernon-Lumby road	
Beatrice trail	
Fernwood wharf slip	
Kootenay River Bridge	
Boulder Creek trail	
T H Parr, PLS
do
M G Phipps ,...
N P Jenson	
A P Anderson
C Anderson
B Thommasen ..
C Hansen	
NT Nelson	
Sundry persons.
F H Shepherd, PLS
do
A H Barker	
A Norris	
T Brvant	
J W Bell	
J Harley	
C Taylor	
G Sage 	
A R Johnston & Co.
E Pimbury & Co ..
C T Haslam	
A Haslam	
D R Harris, P L S.
do
H J Caldwell	
J Kitchen	
C E Lee	
W Pillar	
W Taylor	
ES Cook	
FTodd	
J Barlow	
J RC Dean	
T Mould	
Santo (Indian)....
Sundry persons...
J H Cocking	
Sundry persons.  .
do
Surveys.
Vote No. 176.—Surveys througJtout the Province.
San Josef Valley Survey :
Services as Surveyor 6 2/5 months @ $200 = $1,280 ; expenses, $54.95	
Allowance for rations for men and self, 809 days @ 60 cents $485.40
Less vouchers paid by Government for provisions  101.49
Chainman  5$ months @ $50
Axeman 1 9/10 months @$40=$76 ;    2 i. 35
do         use of boat, 85;    3& ,< 35
do             3& i. 35
Cook	
do 	
Teaming supplies .
Groceries, etc	
Nanoose-Alberni Survey ;
Services as Surveyor 2 4/15 months @ $200-8453.33 ; expenses, $27.35
Allowance for rations for men and self	
Topographer    31 days @ $4
Services 33       n        3
do      30       -i        3
do      15        n       3
do      10       i.        3
do        7        i»       3
Labour with team and waggon 33       n        6
Camp outfit .•	
Detail paper, plaster, etc	
Rent of house for Surveyor at Alberni	
Drawing boards	
Cowichan-Alberni Survey :
expenses, $10.60
-i 13.50
3.(10
3.00
-) £200=81,250 ; expenses, $191.1
Services as Surveyor  Q\ months
Allowance for rations for men and self	
Services as assistant    	
Axeman      3
do          3
Cook	
do      	
Packer.. .86 days @ $75 per mo., $207.50 ; use of horse 40 day
do       3 months 22 days (
Chainman 2 months 8 days @ $90 per month, $258 :
Topographer .       2 months 30 days @ $75
Hire of 3 pack-horses and packers       40 days @  $4.
do      pack-horses  ,	
Moving camp outfit, etc	
Hire of teams conveying survey party and supplies .
Camp supplies	
Stationery, typewriting, blue prints, etc	
I months @ $125
ii 90
n 90
.. 43 days @ $2
..42        ..       2
!@$1.50, £60
5 $75 per month
expenses, $6.40
Carried forward.
52,238 47
456,317 82
103 40
180 00
34 22
40 00
36 00
25 00
18 60
9 45
6 30
10 00
10 00
10 00
52,721 44
509,039 26
1,334 95
383 91
266 67
146 00
115 82
110 82
90 10
49 00
7 50
76 04
480 68
109 20
134 60
112 50
90 00
48 00
33 00
21 00
198 00
91 43
4 65
3 00
3 20
1,441 30
513 00
781 25
270 00
270 00
86 00
84 00
267 50
280 00
204 40
220 00
196 00
122 00
83 50
■ 50 00
166 63
9,067 50i. 3 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B 123
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$  cts.
Pay list	
Neill & Wilson	
J B Deschamps	
Hudson's Bay Co	
A J Hill, PLS    	
Pay list	
do     	
H Fry, PLS	
Pay list	
C AStoess.PLS	
do 	
D E McMillan    	
J W Mcintosh	
do 	
F W Groves	
W Ralph, PLS	
do 	
E Dewdney	
Pay list	
CAEShaw, PLS..   ...
O B N Wilkie, PLS....
T A Pope	
Sundry persons	
Nanaimo Board of Trade
Armstrong,   Morrison &
Balfour.	
Dominion Bridge Co .
Waddell & Hedrick . .
J N Greenshields	
T W Herring	
C Squamish	
City of New Westminster
O F Browne	
H M Customs	
A J Hill, MA	
F C Gamble	
F J Coulthard	
Colonist P & P Co	
B C Mining Record	
Eng & Mining Journal ..
Columbian	
Kamloops Ptg & Pub Co.
Nanaimo Free Press	
Ladysmith Leader	
Daily Herald P &PCo..
Ashcroft Journal	
Daily News (Nelson)
Brought forward..
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS -Continued.
Surveys.—Concluded.
Votes Nos. 176.—Surveys throughout the Province.—Concluded.
Vernon Lumby Survey :
Chainman, axemen, e
Services	
Moving survey party.
Groceries 	
.2 days® $5,
$10; expenses, $23.75
 15 trips®  2
Miscellaneous :
Survey plan and report,
Axemen,
Surveyor and axemen,
Survey of line between
Services surveying
Survej',
do
do
do
Groceries, fares, meals, canoe hire, etc.,
Services self and men, survey,
Survey,
do
do
Axemen,
Services correcting errors in old surveys,
do       survey,
do
do
Grant in aid survey of country between
New Westminster Bridge	
Ice River Road	
Toby Creek Survey	
Chemainus and Cowichan Lake .
Windermere Cemetery Road....
North Fork, Kettle River	
Bridge site, Carson    	
Bulkley Valley, ... .41 days @ $5
ii ....41        „        5
Osoyoos District	
Comiaken District	
Lot for Cedar Hill School	
Carpenter Creek Bridge   	
Athalmer and Wilmer Road	
Keremeos	
Trout Lake City	
Hope Mountain	
Ladner River Road	
Nanaimo and Alberni	
Vote No. 177.—Contingencies.
Engineer in Charge, Ladner Waggon Road Survey,
52 days @ $10
Westminster Bridge (Authorised by Act).
Labour and material furnished (per contract) .
Material n n
Services as Engineers	
Professional services, re subsidy	
Compensation for land, re approaches	
do damage to shacks	
Rental of lots (99 years)	
Cost of removing building from right of wav .
Duty.
Drawing plans, etc	
Paid duty and express	
Making valuation of damage to Indian Reserve .
XIII-MISCELLANEOUS.
Vote No. 178.—Advertising,
Advertising
do
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sundry notices
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Carried forward .
9,067 50
198 25
33 75
30 00
Vi  13
67 56
240 00
87 50
127 60
35 50
97 75
60 75
205 00
205 00
302 40
65 50
251 80
24 75
53 00
75 50
265 00
50 00
50 00
18 80
300 00
301,984
12
171,604 49
25,000
OO
2,000 00
290
00
175
00
99 0C
100 OC
188
4(1
35
61
15
35
10 00
857 92
492 52
432 00
273 65
266 10
223 35
200 55
198 45
180 60
180 00
3,305 14
11,924 94
520 00
501,501 86 B 124
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
World Pub Co (Rossland)
Vancouver Ptg & Pub Co
Vernon News P & P Co..
Vancouver Ledger	
Kootenay Mail P & P Co.
Fernie Free Press	
Province Pub Ass'n	
Atlin Claim Pub Co	
Cumberland News	
Boundary Creek Times..
B C Review 	
Prospector, Fort Steele..
B C Mining Exchange...
Prospector, Lillooet. ...
Grand Forks P & P Co ..
Trail Creek News	
Slocan Drill	
Outcrop  	
Blackburn & Webster ...
Kootenaian  	
Similkameen Star	
Cranbrook Herald   	
Morrissey Miner	
Phoenix Review	
Ledge	
Wrigley & Charlton...  .
Golden Star   	
Times Ptg & Pub Co ....
Rossland Miner	
Mining Review	
Trout Lake Topic	
Golden News	
Dept Public Ptg & Stat'y
Romeike & Curtier	
Lardeau Eagle	
Methodist Recorder	
Paystreak    	
Daily Bond Buyer	
Moyie Leader	
Progress 	
Cambourne Miner P & P
C J Walker [Co
J H Turner	
Can Bank of Commerce
S Baxter	
D Robson	
Victoria Book & Sta'y Co
T N Hibben & Co	
Thomson Stationery Co
Barber & Ellis Co	
Clarke & Stuart	
A Cowan &, Sons	
W J Gage & Co	
J Johnston	
H P McDowell 	
Pope Stationery Co	
H Morey & Co	
British Columbia Bk Co
Waterlow & Sons .....
W H Philipps	
The Colonist P&P Co.
J P. Burgess..	
Daily News P&P Co...
A H Beedy	
Smith Bros	
EPimbury & Co	
Atlin ClaimP&PCo..
Mackay-Southon Co....
J A Bucknam 	
The News Advertiser...
G Crowther	
Morley & Co	
Brought forward  	
XIll.-mSCttLLAKmVS.-Continued.
Vote No. 178.—Advertising.—Concluded.
Advertising sundry notices 	
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do n advertising debentures
do ii Paid	
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Vote No. 179.-Stationery.
Miscellaneous stationery, etc.,
do
do
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do
all departments and offices.
Carried forward
170 95
166 90
160 25
142 SO
128 55
122 45
101 55
77 50
73 76
67 20
64 60
56 20
54 00
43 10
40 45
38 70
35 00
30 55
30 25
29 95
29 55
22 20
20 90
21 76
19 20
15 00
11 15
9 20
8 10
7 20
6 70
6 00
5 70
5 09
6 05
5 00
4 20
4 13
3 30
2 50
1 50
497 50
234 52
134 60
5 95
25
1,907 90
1,855 24
1,582 95
1,011 45
986 07
586 09
411 81
361 75
330 55
296 18
238 56
177 25
93 85
98 60
41 50
18 00
17 50
11 SO
9 85
9 00
8 50
8 45
3 55
3 50
2 50
2 00
10,074 401     6,025
6,025 ' 3 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B 125
J H Anthony	
F S Atwood	
Canada Drug & Book Co.
Vernon News	
H S Wallace	
Hudson's Bay Co	
J Hyland	
Bailey Bros    	
Russell, Law, CaulneldCo
J L Coles 	
C P Bourne	
Jane Shelley 	
E F Ketchum	
J H Turner	
W L Fagan	
W Walker	
S Baxter	
T H Mackay	
T Cunningham	
H Wright 	
Dominion Express Co...
E & N Railway	
W S Beckwith	
C PNCo	
Dodwell&Co	
C PR Co	
J Johnston	
D Robson	
N WF Rant	
H Hunter	
J H Brooks	
T O Townley	
H P Nelson	
Great Northern Ex Co ..
Geary & Doyle	
Alaska Pacific Ex Co ...
J Lane	
Fitzgerald & Burke ....
Alaska Steamship Co....
G Sumner	
J Frederickson	
Hudson's Bay Co	
Pac-Arctic R'way & N Co
W Patrick	
F W Foster	
Up Colum Tra & Nav Co
D Kilpatrick 	
D McDougall	
Clarke & Stuart	
J A Nesbit 	
W C Bennett	
F Abey	
Northern Pacific Ex Co.
WB Bailey & Co	
H McLeod	
A C Hamilton	
R P Rithet & Co	
W Fleming	
Str "Hazelton"     	
J Baird 	
J Reid .  	
M McKinnon	
VT&S Railway	
J Milton	
A Cunningham	
G McKenzie	
H M Laing	
P McGregor   	
White Pass & Yukon route
N C Wheeling	
Fernie Cartage Co	
F Miller	
G 0 Madigan	
C Cameron	
Belyea & Co   	
H Young & Co	
J A Sayward	
Brought fonvard	
XIII.—MHSCEIJiAlOEOUS.—Continued.
(paid)
Vote No. 179. - Stationery.—Continued.
Miscellaneous stationery, etc., for all departments and offices.
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Paid for       do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Express and freight charges on stationery to various offices.
do
do
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do
do
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Rubber sheeting 	
Lumber for packing cases....
(paid) .
(paid) .
(paid) ,
Carried forward      12,100 47
10,074 40
6,025 98
2 00
1 65
1 65
1 50
1 50
1 25
1 26
1 00
1 00
90
75
65
15
104 18
16 85
14 55
2 15
85
85
65
677 45
522 91
237 95
72 75
42 50
34 02
30 00
25 40
22 50
9 20
7 89
6 65
6 55
6 25
6 50
5 25
4 90
4 20
3 75
3 43
3 00
3 00
2 75
2 75
2 55
2 45
2 85
2 25
2 20
2 19
1 75
1 73
1 66
1 61
1 50
1 50
1 50
1 25
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
50
50
60
50
50
50
50
50
45
25
25
114 00
78 75
12,100 47
6,025 98 B 126             Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
t   ets.
$  cts.
XIII.~MISCELLANEOIIS.-CVmM»Me<Z.
12,100 47
67 50
16 75
10 75
5 60
5 00
3 40
2 50
1 75
6,025 98
Vote No   179.—Stationery.—Concluded.
M W Waitt   	
E G Prior & Co	
Law Society of B C	
A M Jones    ..
M&H A Fox	
Henderson Bros	
Vote No. 180.—Postage and Expressage.
12,212 72
6,831 12
1,115 50
470 65
283 95
222 15
220 69
193 00
179 20
169 30
150 00
149 20
117 45
110 28
107 71
101 00
85 50
78 25
77 00
71 55
70 00
67 11
62 00
49 25
43 60
46 00
46 64
45 92
45 25
41 35
39 50
38 35
35 00
32 60
24 19
22 85
22 00
20 50
17 00
16 25
15 00
14 25
13 00
13 00
12 00
12 00
12 00
12 00
11 76
10 00
9 70
8 00
7 00
7 00
6 00
6 00
6 50
5 00
5 00
5 00
6 00
6 00
5 00
5 00
4 00
10,737 07
do            	
do            	
do
do
do
do            	
do            	
do            	
do                     Nanaimo	
do            	
do
do            	
do            	
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do            	
do            	
do
do                     Alberni	
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do
do
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do             	
do            	
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do
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do            	
do            	
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18,238 70 3 Ed. 7         Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B 127
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$  cts.
Sundry persons .	
do            	
10,737 07
4 00
4 00
4 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
2 50
2 50
2 00
1 05
1 00
1 00
61
40
18,238 70
Xin.-WlSCEUiAlSmVS.-Continued.
Vote No. 180.—Postage and Expressage.—Concluded.
do            	
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do                     Elko                                      	
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do            	
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CPR Co's Telegraph ...
Dom Govt's Telegraph ..
GNW Telegraph Co....
Spokane Northern Tel Co
Revelstoke, Trout Lake
& Big Bend Tel Co....
Western Union Tel Co ..
J H Turner	
Vict & Esquimalt Tel Co
N Westms'r & B I     t,
Vernon & Nelson      M
Kootenay Lake          n
Nanaimo                    M
Rev, TL&BB         „
Dom Govt                  n
Cranbrook Elec Lt Co...
CPR                     Tel Co
East Kootenay          n
BC ElecRy Co	
Kingham & Co	
J Baker & Co	
Thompson & Scoville	
Thompson & Jolley	
Nanaimo Gas Co	
Nanaimo Elec Lt Co ....
A Haslam   	
Wellington Colliery Co..
A R Johnson & Co	
WSiler	
Cumberland Elec Lt Co.
D Kilpatrick 	
J Carthew	
C J Moore & Co	
M Shaw	
J A Biddle	
Vote No. 181. —Telegrams.
10,772 13
3,423 18
379 80
231 02
39 83
15 80
1 00
281 06
1,392 63
764 40
280 10
206 65
181 25
101 40
42 50
18 75
11 90
1 40
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Vote No. 182.—Telephone Service.
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4,371 69
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Vote No. 183.—Fuel and light.
3,000 9 8
1,893 68
1,710 50
344 75
130 50
18 00
58 25
48 65
2 00
9 50
1 50
50
IS 75
15 00
6 75
3 SO
19 62
3 62
260 00
204 91
172 00
117 73
24 75
147 20
132 00
79 90
19 50
3 00
1 50
46 22
Wood,                                            ,i                    ,,               	
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Wood,                                                                  ii                           	
Coal,                                                             Ladysmith Office	
Coal,                                                                    „
Coal and wood,                                                  u               	
Coal oil, lamp glasses, etc.,                              ,,                               	
Wood,                                                           Alberni Office	
Splitting wood,                                                  n             	
Macdonald, Marpole & Co
BC ElecRy Co	
Vancouver Gas Co	
B C Mills Tmbr & Tdg- Co
New Westminster Gas Co
J Manhire  	
A Stevens 	
Royal City Transfer Co .
D Robson	
Electric light,                                                     M             	
Wood,
Gas,                                                                      ,,
Wood,                                                                  ii             ....        ....
Gas,                                                                      ,,
Wood,
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Corp of New Westminstr
Electric light,                                                     ,i                  	
5,493 98
36,383 50 B 128
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
J Ross	
J Milton	
Corp of Kamloops	
Hudson's Bay Co	
McLean & Co.   	
A O Wedrick	
D J Creighton	
J Prench	
W Dodd	
Ashcroft WE & Imp Co.
Dick (Indian)	
Ashcroft Livery Stables.
WGMurrav..:	
J E Tilton	
F Schwakam 	
A R Carrington	
Henry Seydell	
John Bassett	
Ira Cutler	
T Hunt	
City Council of Vernon .
Keefer & Curran	
Hudson's Bay Co	
L Norris	
Cultus Louis (Indian)...
A B Mackenzie	
Rossland Water & Lt Co.
H McLeod	
Corp City of Nelson	
WP Tierney	
H Wright	
McPherson &McCammon
R Shrum	
H N Coursier	
T McCarty	
Revelstoke W L & P Co.
Kootenay Lumber Co...
Bourne Bros	
Enterprise Brewing Co..
Kootenay Elec Lt Co	
J Carscadden	
G Summers	
A Bowler	
D Dougherty .   	
E JBranfordfe Co	
B E Drew & Co	
Kootenav Lumber Co ...
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GJohnson	
Masterson, Griffith & Co.
C B Hume & Co	
J H Currie	
P Angrignon	
J Croft	
H Byrnes	
J B Smith & Co	
Worden Bros	
M Cameron	
WTRoss	
Hunter-Kendrick Co, Ltd
J B Macaulay	
Merrin & Thompson Co..
T Hardy	
LA Smith	
C J McArthur	
M Christenson	
W E Morand	
LA Smith	
Hunter-Kendrick Co	
New Fairview Corp	
A Lamont	
J D Kearns	
E Kearns	
W T Shatford & Co	
AH Wade	
G B McDermot	
J W Conners	
Brought fonvard...
XIII.-MISCELLANEOUS-CW^wi/etf.
Vote No. 183.—Fuel and Light.—Continued.
Wood,
do
Electric light,
Coal oil, matches, etc.,
do
Wood,
Coal oil, lamp glasses, matches, etc.,
Cutting and hauling wood,
Paid for coal and coal oil,
Electric light,
Wood,
Coal,
Wood,
do
do
Coal oil,
Wood,
do
do
do
Electric light and Watt meter,
Labour installing Watt meter,
Coal oil, lamp glasses, candles, etc.,
Paid for candles,
Wood,
Coal,
Electric light and lamps,
Hauling coal,
Electric light,
Coal,
Paid for lamps,
Matches,
Wood,
Coal,
do
Electric light,
Coal oil, etc.,
do
Wood,
Electric light,
Wood,
do   (paid for),
do
do
Hauling wood,
Coal oil, lantern, etc.,
Matches,
Coal oil,
Wood,
Coal oil, etc.,
do
Coal oil, etc.,
Wood,
do
do
Coal oil, etc.,
Wood,
do
do
Coal oil,
Wood,
Coal oil,
do
do
Wood,
do
do
Coal oil,
Lamp glass,
Wood,
do
do
do
Coal oil,
do
Wood,
do
Kamloops Office .
Chilliwhack Office .
Yale Office	
Ashcroft Offices .
ii 	
Nicola Office	
Vernon Offices.
Penticton Office .
Rossland Offices .
Nelson Offices .
Ymir Office	
Revelstoke Offices
Kaslo Offices	
Cambourne Office
Comaplix Office ..
Trout Lake Office.
Trout Lake Office ..
New Denver Office .
Slocan City Office..
Grand Forks Office.
Phcenix Office	
Anaconda Office ..
Greenwood Office.
Fairview Office.
Golden Office.
Carried forward
112 60
13 50
24 65
9 40
3 00
13 75
14 65
14 00
11 35
63 00
25 00
23 60
15 00
14 00
6 50
6 90
37 50
63 00
21 00
7 50
25 80
12 50
13 30
4 50
20 00
308 75
181 75
3 00
225 60
177 55
2 00
25
22 50
132 00
20 00
69 00
6 50
2 00
2 00
160 25
69 00
47 25
37 25
21 00
12 00
29 50
40
2 70
42 50
2 65
2 50
2 50
50 00
15 00
5 00
2 65
26 00
5 00
28 00
2 00
10 00
4 50
2 50
4 5C
85 00
12 00
8 0C
4 25
25
59 0C
21 25
9 K
8 75
24 0C
4 50
164 5C
3 50
8,151 06    36,383 50 3 Ed. 7       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B 129
J Smith	
Golden & Kt'nay Tdg Co.
E J Seovil	
W Tegart	
Kimpton & Pitts	
J F Chaining	
D De Carnfel	
R S McKinnon	
J Tannhauser 	
D Emery	
G Forsythe	
Carlin & Durick	
H Kershaw	
Faas & Crawford	
F Murphy	
M B Heath	
R McLean   	
Cranbrook Elec Light Co
Crow's N Pass ElecLt Co
The Fernie Cartage Co
Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co
do do
McDonald Bros	
Eholt Trading Co	
J Lake & Co	
P Santini	
Wm Cumming    ....
Jack (Indian)	
A M Bushnell	
D D Cullen	
FW Foster	
Horsefly Tdg & Trans Co.
Miocene Gravel Min Co..
HL Walters	
Horsefly T'ing & Tran Co
A Meiss	
Veith & Borland	
T Thormahlen   	
A Gum	
Wm Hodgkinson	
A H Beedy	
Hudson's Bay Co	
SS"Nell"	
J Tait	
H Hayward	
J Morrison	
Dudoward & Sons 	
J Hyland	
W Scott Simpson	
N Gordon	
BC Nicoll	
L Shulz	
Dixon Bros	
S G Laurence	
S King-	
J A Brooks	
A S Cross & Co	
J St Clair Blackett & Co.
D H McDonald 	
M Foley	
H W Heal	
C A Kerr	
G Neilsen	
J H Bidding	
T D DesBrisay	
Johnson (Indian)	
S Weitzman   	
Bay Trading Co	
F Hobson	
H M Customs	
T N Hibben & Co	
Victoria Book & Stat Co
Brought forward...
XIII -MISCELLANEOUS —Continued.
Vote No. 183.—Fuel and Light.— Concluded.
Wood,
Coal oil, matches, etc.,
Paid for wood and coal oil,
Wood,
Coal oil,
Wood,
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Coal oil, lamp glasses, etc.,
do        matches, etc.,
do
Wood,
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Electric light and lamps,
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Coal,
do
do   coal oil, etc.,
Wood,
Coal oil,
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Wood,
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Coal oil,
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Wood,
do
Coal oil,
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Wood,
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Coal oil and matches,
Coal, wharfage on coal, coal oil, etc.,
do
Hauling coal,
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Wood,
do     coal oil, etc.,
Labour sharpening saws.
Wood,
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Hauling wood,
Coal oil, matches, etc.,
do
do
do
Wood and coal oil (paid for),
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do
Coal oil (paid for),
Wood,
Coal oil,
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Freight charges on coal oil,
Duty on m
Golden Office	
Wilmer Office	
Windermere Office....
Fort Steele Office	
n 	
ii 	
Creston Office	
Cranbrook Office..	
Fernie Office 	
Michel Office	
Eholt Office   	
Athalmer Office	
Lillooet Office	
Clinton Office	
Harper's Camp Office .
Quesnel Forks Office..
Manson Office	
Barkerville Office	
Port Simpson Office...
ii 	
Telegraph Creek Office
Atlin Office  	
it 	
Discovery Office	
Bennett Office	
Wells Office '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.
Vote No. 184.—Library, Legislative.
Sundry books and magazines.
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Carried fonvard.
8,151 06
36,383 50
2 00
5 15
13 00
43 76
18 00
53 00
12 00
10 26
3 75
3 75
2 00
5 90
4 45
2 25
14 00
7 75
3 50
53 15
12 75
13 00
14 00
13 15
5 00
2  25
6 20
6 00
2 50
12 00
24 00
22 50
21 25
3 75
18 00
18 00
3 75
3 75
8 60
69 00
8 00
80 00
47 00
60 10
67 00
15 00
3 00
1 50
14 00
101 75
4 00
648 00
60 00
52 00
43 16
14 00
8 00
16 00
144 25
40 00
24 00
16 00
26 00
9 00
153 76
8 00
7 50
72 50
24 60
10 50
4 37
3 25
10,534 28
256 25
230 75
487 00
46,917 78 B 130 Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
Burrows Bros Co	
H Stevens, Sons & Stiles.
The Carswell Co	
A Wilson	
Canada Law Book Co...
D Appleton & Co	
P S King & Sons  	
The Thomson Stat Co...
Linscott Publishing Co..
F B Kaiser 	
Wm Brough & Sons	
Charles Scribner's Sons..
F J Truelove	
Harrison & Sons	
Lowman & Han ford Sta.
Allen & Murray	
J A Ingram	
American Inst of Mining-
Engineers 	
Elliott Stock	
J T Walbran	
Virtue & Co	
AH Clark	
John Lovell & Son	
Duckworth & Co	
Wm George's Sons	
A& F Denny	
Callaghan & Co	
G N Morang & Co	
Wm Briggs	
Wm Clowes 	
G T Bispham —
Poole Bros 	
Eyre & Spottiswoode	
L G Desjardins	
B C Book Oo	
T Cashmore	
L'Institution des Courds-
Mutes	
The Gammel Book Co...
University of Toronto...
T E Chapman	
Liberty & Property Defence League 	
G P Putnam's Sons	
Houghton, Mifflin Co	
ACMcClurg &Co	
Orange-Judd Co	
J K Gill & Co  	
W Bryce 	
Colonist P't'g & Pub Co .
Times	
Nanaimo Free Press	
The News-Advertiser Co.
Daily Herald P & P Co
Office Publishers Weekly
Daily Mail & Empire	
Post-Intelligencer	
British Trade Journal...
Canadian Mining Review
The Mining World and
Engineering Record
Grand Forks Pub Co....
Ottawa Citizen Co   	
Slocan Drill	
Daily News, Nelson	
Cumulative Index Co   ..
Daily Miner	
The Canadian Gazette...
The Paystreak	
Manitoba Free Press Co.
Library World    ...
Vernon Newrs	
Daily World	
Monetary Times	
Cumberland News	
C E Layton	
Brought fonvard...
XIIL—MLSCELLANEOUS.-CoMr/imwed.
Vote No. 184.—Library, Legislative.—Continued.
Sundry books and magazines.
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Sundry books and magazines..
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Subscriptions to the Colonist.
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Daily Times	
Nanaimo Free Press	
Daily News-Advertiser	
The Herald	
Library Journal, 85 ; catalogues, 87.43	
Daily Mail and Empire   	
Post-Intelligencer	
British Trade Journal	
Canadian Mining .Journal, 83; Mining Manual, 84
Mining World and Engineering Record.
Grand Forks Gazette	
Ottawa Citizen	
Slocan Drill	
Daily News	
Cumulative Index	
Daily Miner	
Canadian Gazette     .
Paystreak.	
Manitoba Free Press 	
Library World 	
Vernon News 	
Daily World	
Monetary Times	
Cumberland News  	
Journal of Institute of Actuaries	
Carried forward.
487 00
160 26
140 56
125 40
84 81
74 40
64 86
62 25
60 99
50 00
35 00
32 79
25 47
22 34
20 21
19 30
18 26
17 00
15 00
12 95
12 05
11 50
10 56
10 00
7 83
6 70
6 98
6 75
6 00
5 50
5 24
4 00
4 00
3 95
3 00
2 25
2 60
2 14
2 00
1 66
1 50
1 46
1 35
1 30
1 19
75
50
25 80
2 15
30 00
25 00
16 00
10 00
12 43
8 00
7 50
7 31
7 00
6 21
6 00
6 00
5 50
5 00
5 00
4 50
4 38
4 00
4 00
4 02
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
3 90
777 20
46,917 78 3 Ed, 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B 131
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$   cts.
Funk & Wagnalls Co.  ..
B C Review	
Advance	
Kootenay Mail	
Lardeau Eagle	
Fernie Free Press	
Ladysmith Leader	
Inland Sentinel	
Similkameen Star	
International Text Bk Co
R T Lowery	
Mining Review	
Globe Publishing Co	
Midway Dispatch Co ....
Blackburn & Webster ...
Railway & Ship'ng World
Crofton Gazette	
Public Library	
Educational Review Co .
Nelson Economist	
Canada Lumberman	
Liberal Review Co	
B C Mining Exchange...
Anthropological Society.
A Martin	
J Davies	
Kellv's Directories, Ltd .
E G Prior & Co, Ltd ...
Iron &. Steel Institute ...
A Britnell	
Congdon & Britnell	
Times P't'g & Pub Co ...
Fleming Bros	
Grant Richards	
A Barker  	
EOS Scholefield	
W S Beckwith	
CPNCo	
Gt Northern Ex Co.     ..
J R Parsons	
Northern Pacific Ex Co.
M Dewey	
H Kummel	
H M Customs	
Brought forward...
XIII.-MISCELLANEOu'S.-CVm#*™<etf.
Vote No. 184.—Library, Legislative.—Concluded.
Subscriptions to the Literary Digest.
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C. Review.
Advance	
Kootenay Mail	
Lardeau Eagle	
Free Press	
Ladysmith Leader  	
Inland Sentinel	
Similkameen Star	
Mines and Minerals	
Ledge	
Mining Review	
Globe   	
Midway Dispatch	
Kootenaian	
Railway and Shipping World.	
Crofton Gazette	
Public Library 	
Canadian History Leaflets	
Nelson Economist	
Canada Lumberman	
Liberal Review 	
B. C. Mining Exchange 	
"Man '      	
Documents re history of the North-West portion of America.
Books purchased at Douglas Estate auction   	
Directories and map of London	
Tools        	
Journals and Index ■	
C. P. R. reports 1874, 1877, 1878 and 1880	
One copy " Hochelaga Depicta "  	
Advertising missing copies of " Daily Times "	
Enlarging photographs	
One case for protecting documents	
Four copies of " Daily Times " out of print	
Allowance for extra work during session of 1003	
Express charges on books	
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Storage on books	
Vote No. 185.—Library, Bepartmental.
The Carswell Co	
Sundry books,
Canada Lawr Book Co ...
do
Law Society of B C	
do
T N Hibben & Co	
do
GN Morang&Co	
do
E & N Railway Co	
Freight charges on books,
W S Beckwith	
Express               tt
The Carswell Co	
Sundry books,
PS King	
do
T N Hibben & Co	
do
Chandler & Massev	
do
WMGoodchild	
do
do
Orange-Judd Co	
do
King-Richardson Co ...
do
do
D C Heath & Co	
do
G N Morang & Co	
do
R E Gosnell       	
do          paid for,
do
Carswell Co	
Victoria Book & Sta Co .
do
Bancroft, Whitney & Co.
do
Mathew Bender	
do
J B McKilligan	
Paid dutv on books,
Western Union Tel Co ..
Western Union Co.'s Telegraph Code
Eastern Tel Social Code .
Subscription to Code,
Sundry books,
Attorney-General's Department.
Mines Department.   ...   	
Lieutenant-Governor's Office .
Provincial Board of Health Office.
Department of Agriculture	
Bureau of Information
Provincial Police Office...
Premier's Office.	
Surveyor of Taxes Office ,
Agent-General's Office, London.
Immigration Department   	
Treasury Department	
1,777 20
Carried, forward.
3 00
2 92
2 00
2 CO
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
1 25
1 00
1 00
1 50
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 95
24 50
19 50
10 60
8 55
7 30
5 60
4 50
3 75
3 00
1 02
1 00
60 00
19 35
4 55
3 80
68
65
35
20
25
411 90
128 15
25 00
13 85
3 00
2 95
50
120 00
85 14
1 25
23 00
4 50
2 60
2 44
2 75
2 00
1 13
3 50
3 00
5 25
2 20
6 30
3 50
60
15 76
1 34
3 00
46,917 78
2,099 87
874 61
49,192 26 B 132
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
8   cts.
$   cts.
TN Hibben & Co	
Victoria Book & Sta Co
Thomson Sta Co	
Orange Judd Co	
J A Ingram 	
W S Beckwith	
CPNCo	
E & N Ry Co	
CPR	
Sundry persons	
do 	
J Stevenson	
Sundry persons	
do 	
do 	
J Alexander	
Sundry persons	
do 	
do 	
Cinnabar Mining Co ....
Tacoma Steel Co	
Carroll's   Quesnel   River
Leases 	
H Yurd	
E Ranch	
Wong Park	
D Todd Lees 	
P McNichol	
W J Anderson	
W H Elson	
D Hurley	
C B Jones 	
H Reiper	
P R Blakie	
C WA Neville	
P Callaghan	
J F Ware	
D G Stewart    	
Anderson Lake M & M Co
J Gloyn	
G A Gibson	
H Geigerich	
L Kershaw	
J C Ryan	
A B Pardoe-Thomas	
G D Rankin	
J Laing	
Taylor & O'Shea	
do 	
R B Skinner	
J H Dimmick	
D C McGillivray     	
J E Murray	
Macneill & Deacon	
W P Worthington	
A R Gilmour	
Cor of City of Revelstoke
Cor of Slocan City	
Cor of City of Phoenix ..
C Booth	
JLHatchell	
A McNeil	
J W Bassett	
W L Fagan	
Drake, Jackson & Helmcken 	
Westminster Packing Co
K Beaton.	
A C Fraser	
W C Bowman 	
Bayne Bros	
J G S Anderson	
Brought forward	
XIII.-HISCELLANEOUS.-ComMwuecZ.
Vote No. 180.—Library, Travelling.
Sundry books
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Express charges .
Freight       n
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Vote No.  187.—Refands.
Refund of revenue tax, paid twice,       354 refunds .
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issued in error, 50
.. paid twice, 9       u      less than 84.05 commission .
moiety of fine imposed under "Liquor Licence Act"	
it " Indian Act"	
11 " Game Act"	
portion of Police Court fine, as compensation for injuries received.
20 free miners' certificates issued in error	
8 tt paid twice	
1 tt cancelled	
of allowance on special free miner's certificate	
special free miners' certificate	
trade
receipts (2 refunds) .
on application for mining lease .
amount paid in lieu of work on "Iron Hand" mineral claim.
it it "Glazier" tt
half the tax es paid for the year 1899 on two mineral claims ..
fee for certificate of work on " Golden Reef" mineral claim...
recording fee, " Pacific" mineral claim   	
water record fee, Nicola District	
probate duty paid in excess, re estate of M. Anne Wescott ...
n .t it A. Porter	
it it it W. A. Gilmour	
real property tax collected within municipal limits	
brought to account twice,
for 1902	
ii        and personal property taxes paid in error
personal property tax	
over assessed	
paid twice
assessed taxes paid in error, Victoria .
Carried forward.
446
03
189 05
170
11
42
83
13
00
4
25
1
80
1
70
75
1,062 00
150 00
22 95
187 50
127 50
117 50
30 00
98 75
40 00
5 00
250 00
50 00
50 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
100 00
65 00
60 00
51 25
40 00
32 50
20 00
20 09
20 00
20 00
20 00
20 00
11 96
10 25
6 00
4 00
2 50
2 50
2 60
20 00
20 00
100 00
100 00
12 50
2 50
2 50
10 75
68 86
63 45
40 25
434 00
342 98
272 18
15 00
11 60
8 0C
6 25
20
13 00
37 50
25 75
20 0C
6 75
5 0(1
409 65
4,763 83
49,892 26
50,761 78 3 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B 133
J McNeil	
J McLean	
J M Wright	
J B Boyle   	
Rand Bros	
Richards & Akroyd	
B C L & Inves Agenev...
W S Rugh	
Minister of the Interior .
S C Smith   	
Louis Quenville	
J B Greaves	
G Murray	
S Graham	
F J O'Reilly	
C Morden   	
N Hardy	
A Sweet	
R Charters	
J L Hughes	
P J Lamberd	
McAnn & MacKav.
H Moffat "	
Cascade Gold M &, Mlg Co
E McAdam	
E Donahue	
G Murray	
R McNair	
Fred Robinson L'ber Co.
F C Elliott	
F T Andrews	
Can Birkbeck Savings Co
D B Stevens	
J R Jackson	
J Bowron	
0 P Flensburg	
A Roberts	
D Robson	
D B Stevens	
J S Harrison 	
C W Durant	
Macneill & Deacon   	
J R Motion	
A W Neill	
R Carter	
L Norris	
Cor City of Grand Forks
Sundry persons.	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
S Lyons	
J F Dendurent	
T Beveridge	
T Peterson	
W M Stewart	
J Ripstein	
M Harris & Co    ...
T Abriel	
J A Virtue	
J F Pilling	
NSabin	
W Moir	
Can Pac R'way	
Hall Min & Smelting Co.
W Roberts	
LW Pollock	
Parkins & Reed	
S H Bosuston	
F F Fulmer	
A R Bittancourt	
E Johnston	
A W Goodenough	
D R Young	
G D R Holden	
J S Rollin	
Brought for ward...
XIII—MISCELLANEOUS.-CowMMMed.
Vote No. 187.—Refunds.—Continued.
Refund
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of assessed taxes paid in error,
ii over paid,
income tax, paid twice ..
Alberni 	
New Westminster
Alberni 	
West Kootenay ...
Nicola	
moneys received for lands afterwards found to be in the Railway Belt.
n timber licence       u tt ti       .
amount overpaid on Lot 1,182, Kamloops District	
ti tt      800,        ,, it        	
821, ti ti        	
ti ti   5,813, Kootenav       u        	
ti ,,   4,426, it it        	
ii ii   2,198, Osovoos it        	
..   1,225, ,, ,i        	
EiSec. 18, Tp. 9, ,, n        	
Lot     212, t, ,i        	
it      Pre-emps. Nos. 137 and 495, Liliooet n	
it at San Juan.   	
deposit on application to purchase land, Kaslo	
it ii Horsefly (50% refund)	
it it Cascade	
it ti Fish River	
n tt Cassiar	
re land sale certificate No. 422, Kamloops District	
deposit on application for timber lease not granted	
amount paid for timber license	
tax sale certificates 	
costs and expense re tax sale.
land revenue receipt No. 18,133.
pre-emption record fee	
delinquent taxes on Lot 5, Biock 15, Trail    .
amount paid on Pre-emption No. 3,070, sold at tax sale, Fairview.
it       for advertising two parcels of land	
fees for depositing maps in error	
commission charged re tax sale	
amount paid for summons re provincial revenue tax	
fee re improvement—brought to account twice	
balance of fee for Private Bill re incorporation	
amt. deposited in excess of expens. of licence com. meeting
liquor licence fee
Fernie.. .
Wardner.
Morrissey
Cranbro' k
Michel.
Carried forward.
4,763 33
50,761 78
52 83
20 50
2 88
2 60
2 50
40 40
16 40
3 60
540 90
300 00
110 00
70 40
11 00
68 00
2 60
56 40
47 25
36 39
1 50
89 50
20 00
160 00
80 00
20 00
20 00
29 00
4 63
1,844 00
100 00
21 75
2 05
7 05
6 30
6 05
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
30 80
9 30
8 00
7 50
5 00
1 42
2 00
2 00
150 00
118 00
52 13
8 48
1 77
1 44
133 36
83 36
81 75
75 00
68 25
66 66
66 66
62 60
62 50
62 50
58 31
55 55
50 00
48 15
45 00
42 69
37 50
37 50
37 50
37 50
37 50
37 50
37 50
37 60
37 50
9,855 42
50,761 78 B   134
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
A A Currie	
R Shortreed	
E J Peltier	
D Clark   	
T R Morton 	
J Hurel   	
A J Rainville	
Herchmer & Herchmer
G Shurson	
WEMcBoyle.       	
EH Small	
A Johnson	
A E Bale	
N A McKenzie	
J Howson	
D McKay	
WSDovle	
R Hodge	
New Fairviewr Corp'n .
W Shaw	
C J Digby	
London G & Accident Co
Dom of CanG& A Co...
Emp Liab Assurnce Corp
Agricultural Societies :
Kamloops	
Okanagan & Spallum-
Chilliwhack ... [cheen
Cowichan   	
Okanagan Mission ....
Richmond	
Inland	
Islands	
Nanaimo	
Comox	
Saanich	
Langley	
Surrey	
Delta	
Mission City	
Maple Ridge	
Kent	
Coquitlam	
Vancouver Horticultural
[Society
Fruit Growers' Assn ..
L W Paisley, secretary .
L W Paisley, secretary .
J H Whittome, secretary
Brought forward...
Xm.-MI$CVLLAXmV8.-Continued.
Vote No. 187.—Refunds.—Concluded.
Refund of liquor licence fee.
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Vote No. 188.—Premium on Guarantee Ronds.
Premiums on sundry bonds .
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Vote No. 189.—Agriculturul Societies.
Grant in aid for the vear ending 30th June, 1903 .
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9,855 42
37 50
37 50
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28 00
25
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21 87
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IS 75
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12 50
12
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551 20
26S 66
110 40
600 00
375 00
350 00
300 00
300 00
275 00
275 00
250 00
225 00
225 00
225 00
200 00
200 00
200 00
150 00
150 00
150 00
100 00
200 00
Vote No.  190,—Fruit Growers'^Association.
Grant for year ending 30th June, 1903 	
Vote No. 191.—Bairy men's Association.
Grant for the year ending 30th June, 1903	
Vote No. 192.—Dairymen's Association.
Secretary's salary for year ending 30th June, 1903 12 months @ $100
Vote No. 193.—F7lockmasters' Association.
Grant for year ending 30th June, 1903 .   	
Carried forward	
10,376 04
4,750 00
1,200 00 3 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B 135
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
Farmers' Institutes:
Victoria	
Cowichan	
Okanagan   	
Metchosin	
Osoyoos	
Nanaimo-Cedar  ..
Spallumcheen ....
Kamloops	
Surrey	
Comox	
Burrard	
Langley	
Kent	
Maple Ridge	
Mission	
Richmond	
Alberni	
Islands	
Matsqui	
Chilliwhack	
J A Hallidav	
J T Bramwell	
A Phillip	
H Hills	
H Bose	
J F Smith     	
H V Chaplin	
A F Venables	
WPHorsley	
J Ball	
J M Webster	
R E MacDonald	
G W Chadsey	
A M Verchere   	
J Sexsmith	
H DeM Mellin	
D Blood	
C E King	
J H Smart	
E Walker	
H W Raymer	
D Matheson	
E C Thompson 	
V D Currie	
H Woodward	
J Whelpton	
C T Higginson	
J B Cade	
J T Collins	
J C Metcalfe	
HR Phillips	
H Harris	
J Armstrong	
Capt W F Stewart  ..
J Stewart	
W J Brandrith	
WC Duncan	
WH Ladner	
A J Fraser	
J R Anderson	
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C S Smith	
B E Maynard	
Dr J Withycombe ...
TGEarl	
J Sheppard	
D Anderson	
G W Clemons	
GKCottrelle	
J Jackson 	
S F Tolmie	
Victoria Transfer Co
J H Cocking	
T Costley	
Clarke & Stewart
A F Venables	
D Blood	
Brought forward	
Xni.-M1SCELLANEOIJS.-Com« wilted.
Vote No. 194.—In Aid Farmers' Institutes.
Proportional grant in aid,  192 members @ 50c  	
do 127 ,i 	
do 121 ii 	
do 112 „ 	
do 112 ,, 	
do 108 ,, 	
do 94 ,, 	
do 72 ,, 	
do 60 ,i 	
do 60 ,i 	
do 58 tt 	
do 54 n 	
do 54 „ 	
do 54 ,, 	
do 51 ,, 	
do 48 „ 	
do 39 ,, 	
do 38 „ 	
do 38 „ 	
do 34 „ 	
Salary as Sec'y-Treasurer Comox Farmers' Institute, 12 months .
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12
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12
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12
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12
12
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Langley
Burrard
Alberni t
Surrey i
Kamloops i
Oso.yoos t
Okanagan t
Spallumcheen    i
Matsqui i
Maple Ridge      .
Kent i
Chilliwhack       t
Mission t
Richmond t
Cowichan t
Nanaimo-Cedar
Victoria i
Metchosin i
Islands i
Expenses attending annual meeting Central Farmers' Institute as delegate.
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Allowance as Superintendent	
Expenses attending sundry meetings
do and addressing sundry meetings	
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Conveying lecturers to various meetings of Farmers' Institutes
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12 months @ $25
Carried forward.
96 00
63 50
60 50
56 00
56 00
54 00
47 00
36 00
30 00
30 00
29 00
27 00
27 00
27 00
25 50
24 00
19 50
19 00
19 00
17 00
25 00
25 00
25 00
25 00
25 00
25 00
25 00
25 00
25 00
25 00
25 00
25 00
25 00
25 00
25 00
25 00
26 00
25 00
25 00
25 00
53 10
49 70
43 25
40 00
40 60
23 50
19 26
17 75
17 50
17 50
17 30
16 50
15 90
15 00
14 95
14 75
12 70
12 70
9 00
300 00
241 60
390 00
115 00
84 50
70 00
64 40
64 15
61 95
61 00
52 75
28 30
172 35
124 00
34 00
25 50
21 00
10 00
3,634 35
70,518 08
70,518 08 B 136
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Sf   cts.
Brought forward..
XIII.-MISCELLANEOUS.-ConMmMec?.
M Howre	
J Sincock	
Armstrong Lv'ry Stables
E Walter	
HBose	
E Milne	
J F Smith	
J M Wilson	
H Fisher	
J F Smith	
A M Jones	
Publishers' Printing Co .
Vinton & Co	
C S Baxter	
P Santini	
R Seabrook, treasurer.
W H Kearv, secretary..
Sundrv persons
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Sundry persons
'do
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R Monro	
C A Worsnop. ..
J C Whyte	
W Hart-McHarg
H E Macdonell .
J R Vicars 	
W J H Holmes .
TEL Taylor ...
J R Tite, secretary.
Vote No. 194.—In aid of Farmers' Institutes.--Concluded.
Conveying lecturers to various meetings of Farmers' Institutes -
do ii it 	
do it ii 	
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do tt ii 	
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do „ i. 	
Paid ferry charges for lecturers     	
Keep of horses, etc	
do	
Services as stenographer at Central Farmers' Inst., $20 ; transcriptions, $50.
Books for distribution to members of Institutes	
do .. 	
Brokerage, freight charges, etc. on books	
Rent of hall at Lillooet for meeting	
Vote No. 195.—JB. C. Agricultural Association.
G rant in aid of an exhibition	
Vote No. 190.—Royal Agricultural and Industrial Society of li.C.
Grant in aid of an exhibition	
Vote No. 197.—Destruction of fVolves, PantJiers and Coyotes
Bounty on   6 panthers killed in Esquimalt
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3 wolves
24 panthers
9 wolves
16 panthers
5 wolves
34 panthers
8 wolves
1 panther
Cowichan
Comox
District @ §
New Westminster
4 wolves killed in New Westminster
86 panthers
11 wolves
1,492 coyotes
150       „
26 panthers
210 coyotes
25 panthers
5 wolves
76 coyotes
3 wolves
556 coyotes
1 wolf
Yale
ii Lillooet
ii East Kootenay
ii West Kootenay
tt Cariboo
it ii
ii Victoria-
District
7.50 each.
7.50 ,i .
2 it .
7.50 ., .
2 ,, .
7.60 ,, .
2 ti .
7.50 „ .
2 ii .
7.50 .. .
@ $2 each.
7.50 i, .
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7.50 ,, .
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7.50 ,, .
2 „ .
3,634 35    70,518
Vote No. 198.—In aid of Militia.
Grant in aid to 5th Regiment of Militia, Victoria	
do 6th it Vancouver	
do 6th ii New Westminster   	
do Rocky Mountain Rangers Militia, Co. No. 1, Rossland	
do ,, Co. No. 2, Nelson	
do ,i Co. No. 3, Kamloops    .
do ,, Co. No. 4, Kaslo	
do „ Co. No. 5, Revelstoke	
Vote No. 199.—In aid of Provincial Rifle jlssociation.
Grant in aid of Provincial Rifle Association  ...
Carried
8 00
7 00
6 00
5 50
5 50
3 30
3 00
1 50
8 00
7 00
70 00
250 00
209 35
25 65
5 00
45 00
52 50
6 00
180 00
18 00
120 00
10 00
255 00
16 00
7 50
8 00
645 00
22 00
2,984 0(1
300 00
195 00
420 0C
187 50
10 0C
152 00
6 00
1,112 0C
2 00
275 00
195 00
80 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 0C
40 00
4,249 15
3,000 00
3,000 00
6,753 50
750 00
600 00
870 73 3 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B 137
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$ cts.
S A Roberts, PLS..
A J Hill, PLS	
J McKenzie, PLS..
J H McGregor, PLS
A MJones	
MC Potts	
T Cunningham ...
T G Earl	
WE Scott	
WH Keary	
T G Earl	
Coldstream Ranch
T W Sterling	
C P Nav Co 	
Alert Bay Saw Mill Co .
Colonist P & P Co
Brought forward	
XH1.—M8CELLANE0TJS.—Continued.
Vote No. 200.—Hoard of Examiners, "Land Surveyors' Act."
Services as secretary and examiner .
Attendance and services as     n
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Six copies of examination papers ...
do ii
. 12 days @ $10; expenses, $13.20
. 5 ,, 10; i, 13.30
.2       ,,       10	
C J Fagan, M D	
M F Nuttall   	
Elspeth M Nuttall ....
J S Norman	
J Wilson	
H M Robertson, MD..
J E Schon, M D	
WE Newrcombe, M D .
C M Kingston, M D.. ..
S Bonnell, MD	
C M Mends, M D	
J Brodie, M D	
F W Green, M D  	
G A Gordon, M D	
E H S McLean, MD ..
J W Cross, M D 	
RE Walker, MD	
C A Elliott, MD	
E J Offerhaus, M D .   .
GAB Hall, M D  	
Hall & Rose, M D's	
H E Young, M D	
W H Wilson, M D ....
A D Morgan, M D	
A P Procter, M D ....
J A L McAlpine, M D .
W J McGuigan, M D .
J N Taylor, M D	
J A Creighton, M D. ..
O Morris, M D	
A Form, M D..   	
A E Edgar, M D	
GD Beadnell, MD....
AM Watson, MD	
R H Carter, M D	
G II Duncan, M D .. ..
H P Millard, M D..  ..
WFKergin, M D	
T A Wilson, M D	
Bodwell & Duff	
HW Keith, MD	
Vote No. 201.—Board of Hortirmlture.
Attending meetings of the Board and inspecting, 52| days @ $5 ; expenses, $ 5.40
do ii ii 33        it 5 ii 97.28
do i, i, 19       ,i 5 i. 9.00
Paid for judging fruit at New Westminster Exhibition	
5 bxs. of apples for exhibition purposes in Ontario, $6.25 ; spray pump, etc., $10.10
4 it ti ,,        	
5 .. „ „        	
Vote No. 202.— In aid of Communication utitJt. Remote Settlements.
For communication with West Coast of Vancouver Island	
do between Alert Bay and Kingcombe Inlet, 12 months @ $25
Vote No. 203.—LitfiograpJiing Maps.
Lithographing maps	
Greenwood District, re smallpox, etc., and exps.
Trout Lake       ti h ii
Grand Forks    u it n
Fort Steele        tt it n
Fraser River Canneries       n ,,
re small-pox	
n and expenses	
Phrenix,
Revelstoke and Sicamous,
ii
Harrison Hot Springs, etc.,
Vote No. 204.—Provincial Board of HealtJt, including Salaries.
Salary as Secretary  12 months @ $300; expenses, $1,19S.85
Typewriter  3 months @ $30; 8 months @ $35 ; 1 month (g $40
do        temporary assistance	
Janitor, Bacteriological Department  12 months @ $10
Sanitary Insp'ctor, Victoria Dist., 13 m. @ $10 ; extra allowance, $25 ; exp., $65.80
Acting as Medical Health Officer in absence of Dr. Fagan
Professional services
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and milage, $19.60 . . .
and expenses, $16.80
diphtheria & scarlet fever
Enderby, Spallumcheen,etc., u
West Kootenay District n
Nelson, diphtheria 	
Atlin, small-pox	
Morrissey and Fernie, small-pox
Soda Creek, diphtheria	
Salmon Arm and Tappen Siding, diphtheria and scarlet fever
Sechelt and Vancouver, small-pox
Vancouver District	
Golden, scarlet fever	
Vernon, diphtheria and scarlet fever	
Slocan, tt     	
Tappen Siding, scarlet fever    	
Denman Island   	
Alberni 	
Sooke, and expenses	
Parson's Bridge, re diphtheria	
Comox, ti      and scarlet fever	
Port Simpson, re measles	
Skeena River, re small-pox	
rendered by Dr. Gibbs at Skeena River, re small-pox.
Elko, re small-pox	
Carried forward .
210 00
133 20
63 3C
20 00
5 25
3 85
269 15
262 28
104 00
65 00
16 35
6 00
5 00
800 00
300 00
4,798 85
410 00
15 00
120 00
220 80
50 00
502 55
248 00
565 50
650 00
146 50
25 00
83 50
10 00
129 60
30 00
96 80
67 50
50 00
242 50
70 00
400 00
336 20
209 40
325 00
105 00
5 00
50 00
5 00
38 10
19 65
30 00
50 00
25 00
25 00
15 00
82 50
20 00
20 00
200 00
300 00
727 78
1,936 58
93,070 69 B 138
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$  cts.
XIIL-MISC
Vote No. 204.—Provincial
Professional services inspecting
ELLANEOTJS.—Continued.
Salaries.—
lall-pox	
10,792 95
30 00
484 50
165 00
14 25
82 50
82 50
12 50
2 60
123 00
84 00
54 00
11 25
10 00
4 00
227 04
186 76
29 49
3 65
12 15
75 00
4 50
8 25
7 00
6 50
31 41
16 50
5 00
5 00
9 00
45 00
150 00
153 00
125 00
85 00
66 00
50 00
22 50
528 90
287 73
48 60
26 45
2 00
1 50
76 98
S4 95
107 35
15 05
8 40
21 50
13 75
6 25
3 25
1 10
50
5 00
36 00
174 00
87 00
75 00
42 00
137 70
36 00
14 75
125 71
109 59
3C 49
14 10
32 35
20 00
4 75
6 05
32 00
69 00
72 21
50 24
12 00
93,070 69
B. B White, M D	
Board of Health, including
Continued.
juarantine at Ches-aw, Wash., re sn
Estate of A L Byers	
do                     ii
do                       „
Special Constable,
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do                                                       i
do                                                       ,
Nurse, Isolation Hospital,
do                   „                                         ,
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Fumigating pas'ngrs, bed'g, bouses,etc.,
33 d. @ |2.60
33    ,,      2.50
5    t,      2.50
.1   	
3 Bulks	
C Sanders	
,                       tt         41    ,i      3
,                       , 24   „      3.50
 18    ,,      3
Hauling done for
Groceries, bedding, etc.,
Supplies
do
Hardware,                                     t
Milk,                                              ,
Anti-toxine, etc.,                         t
Medicine, etc.,
Wood,
Coal,                                              t
London & Liverpool Co .
JF Jarvis	
Crow's Nest Trading Co.
J D Quail    	
Dobson & Willingham...
Fernie Drug Store	
A W Bleasdell	
.       .
D V Mott ..
Lumber and bedding,
Collecting bedding for disinfection,
do                  ,,                        „
do
Printing " Health Notices" re
Care of diphtheria patient,
Nurse,                                     re
do
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do
do
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Quarantine guard,
Supplies to Isolation Hospital, re
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do                                   H
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Meat,                                        m
Clothing and bedding,        u
Medicines and disinfectants,
Hardware,                            n
do                                   ,|
Supplying water,                  n
do       wood,                   rt
Wood,                                       ii
Coal,
Bread,                                   u
Slippers,                                „
Buggy hire,                          u
Meals for persons quarantined,
Nurse,
do
do
do
Clothing supplied patients and nurse,
do                                         M
do       and bedding      u
Supplies for Isolation Hospital, etc.,
do                                   „
Meat                                      n
Medicines & disinfectants n
Wood and water,                  n
do                                   ti
Water                                       n
Erecting bunks, etc.,          u
A J Farquharson ......
Fernie Free Press	
St Eugene's Hospital	
Cranbrook	
50 d. @ $3
51 tt      3
C Gagnier ...   	
H Seigneur	
34   ,i      2.50
22    t,      3
20    ii      2.50
9    .,      2.50
GH Gilpin	
t
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M
M Mclnnes	
•
Hill & Co
G H Miner
Welch & Parker
i                     ii
W H Harris ...
i                Elko       	
T McGlvnn	
M Kelly	
.                     „                         58 d. @$3
t                       ii                           29     n     3
t                       ,.                           25     n     3
.                       i,                           14     i,     3
T McLeod	
London & Liverpool Co..
"    	
E C Wilson
L A Flett
T H Youatt
F F Malcolm	
J Dick	
Discoverv
8 d. (S $4
23     t.     3
J St Clair Blackett & Co.
Groceries, hardware, etc.,
do      hauling lumber, etc.,
do
1  15,702 90
93,070 69 3 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B 139
St Andrew's Presbyterian
Hospital	
G M Shirley	
J B Kershaw	
Northern Lumber Co
C Bourne	
E L Pillman	
J Eggert & Son	
Nichol & McLeod	
D Hall	
Atlin Claim Pub Co..
Cor City of Nelson ...
Nelson Freighting & T Co
H Wright	
F Irvine & Co	
Canada Book & Drug Co
W F Teetzel	
J H Ashdown H'ware Co
H T Steeper 	
E McGregor	
J A Swanson	
D A McKinnon	
J G McLean	
V Holmes	
J G McKeown	
O Trimbley	
J B Boyle	
Cor of City of Phoenix..
Collins & McQuaid	
N Lemieux	
J L White	
G C McGregor	
S F Quinlivan 	
J H Goodeve	
J Vannorman	
F J Miller	
Cor of Grand Forks	
WF Stuart	
P Burns & Co	
Hardy Bros	
H L Newett	
R Anderson	
A L Clements	
Cor of City of Columbia,
do        do
J H Hodson	
Fraser & Co	
H E Woodlands & Co ...
J A Smith	
Hunter, Kendriek & Co.
W E Anderson	
PW George & Co	
Boundary Creek Times..
J L White	
E Pimbury & Co	
E Savaria	
Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co
WF Teetzel & Co	
Slocan Drill	
G A Calbick	
JAM Martin	
C Inkman	
D S Curtis & Co	
D Robson	
A McDonald	
A Peel	
Masterson & Griffith	
C B Hume & Co	
J O Piper	
H Langrell	
G Lasalle	
P Murphy	
Bourne Bros	
A E Bennison 	
P Burns & Co	
Taylor & George	
Brought forward ..
XIII—MISCELLANEOTJS.-Co»**»««d.
Vote No. 204.—Provincial Board of Health, including Salaries.-
Continued.
Nelson
Bedding supplied to Isolation Hospital, Atlin
Wood,
Hardware,
Lumber,
Medicines,
Fruit, etc.,
Alarm clock,
Labour and material fitting up
do     with team 11
Printing posters, re refuse and garbage
Exp. of P. Levis at small-pox hospital,
Conveying patient and baggage to u n        	
Paid freight charges etc., on jar of formaline, n        	
Bedding for diphtheria patient, u       	
Serum, ri        ....
Anti-toxine, n        	
Sprayer, ri        	
Conveying patients, and hack hire for health officer,  n       	
do fumigating, it       	
Allowance for board, etc., re scarlet fever, Phoenix	
do n m       	
do ii ii        	
do                                     ii n       .....
do .. ii       	
Wood for pest house, re small-pox and scarlet fever,    n       	
Disinfectants    n n m        	
Fitting up          it                                     it ii          ....
Hauling tents, etc., n m        .
Removing tents, etc., h ir       	
Finger stalls, u        	
Quarantine guard, small-pox outbreak, Grand Forks
Board of quarantine quard, etc., ti i	
Nurse at               Isolation Hospital, n                     ri
do                                       it ..                     ii
Hauling water for n M u        	
Bread supplied to n n m        	
do ii ii it       	
Meat     do u u n        	
Lime     do m m ii        	
Hauling fumigating outfit, n n        	
Team hire, u n       	
Express on bi-cbloride of mercury, n ti       	
Paid for supplies for Isolation Hospital, M
Hire of building for              h ii
Supplies,                                ii n
Disinfectants,                         u n
Medicines,                             n u
WOOd, ii ;|
Bedding for small-pox patient,
Disinfectants for diphtheria case,
Waterproof coat to replace one burnt,
Printing health notices,
Containers for formaldehyde,
Alcohol for fumigating in a diphtheria case
Nurse small-pox case,
Supplies for ,i
Disinfectants, u
Printing quarantine cards,
Paid quarantine guard, re small-pox & diphtheria, Harrison Hot S.  57 ds. @ $2.50
18 d. @ 82.50
137
41
2.5U
2.50
Columbia .
.6 months @ $1
Greenwood .
East Wellington	
Morrissey 35 days @ $3
Slocan
Special constable,
Steamboat hire, chairs, towels, etc., n
Formaline pastiles & vaccine points, n
Paid express charges on disinfecta's, h
Nurse, small-pox case,
Stave, etc. for quarantine station, n
Groceries, etc. u
do H
Meat and clothes, n
Conveying supplies to i.
Nurse, Isolation Hospital,     n
Quarantine guard,
Groceries, clothing, etc.,
do
Meat,
Bedding, towels, etc.,
i,       18 ds. @ $2.50; ex.   2.50
Trout Lake City,  8 ds. @ $2.50
. 14 days @ $2.50
Carried forward.
15,702 90
30 00
39 60
17 75
14 70
8 50
5 95
3 00
13 50
10 50
2 00
306 00
25 00
10 10
15 85
7 00
2 25
65
18 00
5 00
45 00
37 60
22 00
22 00
27 50
10 00
1 25
9 50
3 60
1 50
40
45 00
63 14
342 50
102 50
12 00
6 44
2 15
2 60
2 00
6 00
4 00
30
32 08
6 00
38 20
6 00
2 20
2 00
27 00
1 20
9 00
2 00
50
1 50
105 00
21 46
8 00
3 50
142 50
47 50
26 30
15 60
1 75
20 00
15 00
21 25
13 80
12 00
6 00
35 00
35 00
38 70
3 85
4 95
21 10
17,731 87
93,070 69
93,070 I B 140
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
S cts.
Reid & Young	
W Bews	
J A Miller & Co	
G F Curtis	
Canada Drug & Book Co
R Howson	
SF W Gainer	
W J Kelly	
M M Pettipiece	
R W Woodward 	
G B Armstrong	
J Gibson 	
W Baumber	
Golden Star	
HC Flewin	
Anglo-B C Packing Co ..
B 0 Express Co	
G Humphries	
J Hudson	
S Dunlevy	
A Barlow	
P Dunlevy 	
Steamer " Charlotte " Co
Watson & Hall	
D Roper	
J Milroy	
FS Beale	
J L White	
Rendall & Co	
W J Hughes	
C Dell Smith	
Mallery Drug Co	
Canada Drug & Book Co.
"Vernon News Ptg Co ..
G Ramsay   	
J F Fadden	
E J Fader	
S A Muir	
P Fox	
Wm Massita	
H S Pittendrigh	
C E Pittendrigh	
S H Thompson	
F S Spain	
D Robson	
H E Woodland	
Sundrv persons	
R Bray	
R Marrion    ...
Chandler & Massey	
BC Cold Storage Co....
Pacific Microscopic M Co
Victoria Gas Co	
J T McDonald	
J S Norman	
Baird & Tatlock   	
W G Dickenson	
CPR	
H C Grust, M D	
Sanitarv Institute	
EW Wallis	
Journal Applied Microscopy & S M	
Munn & Co	
Nor Pac Exp Co	
R P Rithet & Co	
Parke Davis & Co	
H E Walters	
Henderson Bros     .....
E Morris	
A M Procter, M D	
D C Paterson, treasurer.
Brought forward	
XIII.-MISCELLANEOtTS.-C<m^Me<l
Vote No. 204.-
-Provincial Board of Health, including Salaries.-
Concluded.
Bedding, towels, etc., Isola'n Hosp., small-pox case, Revelstoke .
Disinfectants and vaccine,
scarlet fever case,
small-pox case,
do and medicines.
Sulphur candles,
do ,,
Chairs, springs, etc., n n
Labour on fence, tents, etc., n (.
do ,, ,,
do „ ,,
Clothing, whilst quarantined for scarlet fever at
do       to scarlet fever patients,
Quarantine guard, diphtheria & scarlet fever cases, Golden 54 days (a? $2.50|
. 30 hours <g    25
. .2 days @ $2.50
Lower Nicola.
do
Printing notices re scarlet fever epidemic,
Special constable, small-pox outbreak
Hire of steamer, summer of 1901, n
Special, conveying anti-toxine, diphtheria case,
Quarantine guard. n
do
do
Hire of team & driver for Dr. Morgan,   n
Board and horse hire, ii h
Fare, meals, etc. tt i.
Provisions for persons quarantined for small-pox,
Quarantine guard, n
do
Burial of Mrs. Jackson, n
Rubber gloves for Dr. Schon,
Cotton batten,
Quarantine guard, small-pox case,
Printing notices, re scarlet fever
Anti-toxine, etc., re diphtheria epidemic,
Medicines,
Notices, re scarlet fever and diphtheria epidemic,
Nurse for diphtheria case, ^^^
Groceries for persons quarantined for scarlet fever, Uppes Sumas
Compensation for burning shack used as pest-house, Echo Island
.19}
2.50
Port Simpson, 21 days @ $3
Skeena River	
150-Mile House	
Soda Creek,     13 davs @ $3.50
,, 12 t,       3.50
11 ti        3.50
4 ii       8.00
Beechy Bay	
„ 30days@$3.0|
Rock Creek Mt., 43       ,,    2.50]
Ymir,
39 days® 82.50
Kamloops .
Vernon ...
Fort Steele,      12 days @ $1.50|
Disinfectants for Medical Health Officer, Kelowna .
Allowance for board whilst quarantined, Nanaimo	
do it t, Squamish   	
Messenger service, re small-pox outbreak at Chesaw, Wash	
Quarantine guard, tt ,,        	
Horse and buggy hire, re " Health Act," New Westminster
Meals and horse feed, n n        	
Paid ,i ii i	
Disinfectants, Cascade  	
Buggy hire, etc., for Dr. Schon, Medical Health O., Greenwood 	
do J. Wilson, Sanitary Officer,     Victoria	
Fumigating and disinfecting, Vancouver	
Supplies for Bacteriological Department,    Victoria ..   	
Ice, ii tt       	
Microscopes, n n       	
Gas, it tt       	
Feed for guinea pigs, rabbits, etc., n u       	
do ii tt it        	
Laboratory appliances, n n        	
Hay, „ „       	
Telegrams for June, 1902, Board of Health,       it       	
"Journal of Medical Research,"
Subscription to " Sanitary Institute,"
do ii       for 1903,
do       for 1903,
Copy of "Plumbing Problems,"
Express charges,
do
Medicines,
Bottles for samples of water	
Vaccine points, sulphur, etc	
Services collecting statistics	
Paid for photographs of site for Sanitorium at Kamloops .
Vote No. 205.—Central Park Poultry and Horticultural Society.
Grant in aid	
Carried forward.
17,731 87
5 75
11 20
7 so
1 00
75
7 50
7 50
5 00
1 50
15 15
34 50
135 00
49 40
1 00
63 00
100 00
60 00
45 50
42 00
38 50
32 00
25 00
6 50
76 30
90 00
107 50
55 00
2 50
40
97 50
2 00
21 35
5 25
2 25
18 00
4 40
25 00
4 10
64 00
12 50
2 50
91 00
15 00
75
75
90
188 50
40 00
20 00
9) 10
30 00
39 50
27 30
17 50
6 15
14
95
5 94
12 00
2 56
2 56
1 00
1 50
2 30
1 10
1 04
1 50
54 41
5 00
38 50
93,070 69
19,730 76
300 00
113,101 45 3 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B 141
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$   cts.
C Hill Tout	
J P Hicks	
Pav list	
do    	
do     	
do     	
do     	
do     	
T R Stockett ....
Fernie Free Press
Victoria Poultry Assoc'n
Vancouver do
Nanaimo do
C J South 	
May J Heathfield	
E Shrapnel ,.	
Dominion Express Co...
Andrews & Dods	
W J Anderson	
D E Campbell	
Terry & Marrett	
P McQuade & Son 	
Brown & Cooper	
J P Burgess	
J Sommer	
A Anderson	
T C Meads	
A Campbell	
Hinton Electric Co	
B C Electric R'way Co ..
Vancouver Gas Co   	
Tally Boyce	
P S Lampman	
J Bryden	
L J Seymour	
do 	
Provincial Mining Association of B C	
Brought forward...
XIII.-MISCELLANEOU8.-Co»*&M*e£.
Vote No. 206.—Ethnological Society.
Grant in aid .
Vote No. 207.—Soldiers and Sailors' Home.
Grant in aid .
Vote No. 208.—Coal Miners' Examinations
Examiners and Secretaries, Coal Creek Mines	
do Nanaimo       11        	
do Cumberland n       	
do Michel n         	
do Morrissey      u 	
do Extension      n	
Fares, meals, beds, etc., en route Fernie to Nanaimo to attend meeting of Board
Printing ballots, re election of miners ; Morrissey, $2; Michel, $3 ; Coal Creek, $4
Vote No. 210.—Poidtry Shoivs.
Grant in aid
do *
do
Vote No. 211.—Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
Grant in aid	
Vote No. 212a.—Specimens for Agent-General's Office,"
Colouring casts of fish specimens Qlh days @ S3.50
do i.  15 days® $3.50 ;12j        ,,       4.50
Express charges,       . t 	
Glue for casts, 11 	
Cases ii ii 	
Glvcerine   n n 	
do -i n 	
Plaster        n n 	
Specimens of fish    	
Packing cases 	
Paints, brushes, etc	
Preserving and packing fruit	
Fruit furnished for specimens	
do it 	
Vote No. 212b.—Coronation Expenses.
Installing lights for illumination of Parliament Buildings, Victoria	
Special illuminations, Victoria	
Putting up & removing illumination fittings, & gas used, Court House, Vancouver
Vote No. 212c—Commission on Coal Mines.
Services as Commissioner,       47 days @ $20; expenses, $223.45 .
do 44       ii 20 ti 205.58.
do 44 M 20 ii 199.10.
Stenographer to Commission, 43 n 5 n 189.60.
Transcribing evidence	
Vote No. 212d.—Expenses of Committee re Fernie Strike.
Sundry expenses incurred by Conciliation Committee re settlement of strike.
Carried forward	
113,101 45
835 00
530 00
448 75
380 00
345 00
315 00
81 35
9 00
200 00
200 00
200 00
215 25
123 75
186 25
171 00
90 00
15 68
12 32
4 00
7 84
11 15
8 05
65 00
1 35
1 00
297 70
30 00
75 00
1,163 45
1,085 58
1,079 10
404 60
608 75
2,944 10
600 00
500 00
402 70
4,341 48
2,590 00
126,542 37 B 142
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$   cts.
Mrs. H K Dunn.
Mrs. Dixon Irwin .
Mrs. O Booth.
R E Hanson .
FH Shepherd, ME	
A Faulds, ME	
W F Robertson	
RHamilton.M. R. C. V. S.
Henderson Publishng Co
Vancouver Brd of Trade.
CPN Co	
G Winter	
Victoria Transfer Co....
C Marston  	
CPNCo	
W H Ellis	
Tourist Ass'n, Victoria ..
Colonist P & P Co	
R M Palmer	
Vancouver Transfer Co..
Sundry persons	
Van Hardware Co .....
W Coulter	
S A Macfarlane	
F H Shepherd, ME	
W H Wall   	
T R Stockett, Jun	
J Gould	
T S Higginson	
L Bond	
H Siddall	
E Bl.vgh	
P Hickey	
McCaul & Deacon	
0 F Gibbons	
E Blygh	
SS "Hamlin"	
M McNider	
Colonist P & P Co	
W R Wilson	
Hill Bros	
Mrs F Cook    	
MrsE Blygh	
Callbreath, Cook & Co ..
Binner-Wells Engrav Co.
Jas Stark & Sons	
G W Kennedy	
C Wiegand	
G W Hutchings	
A G Pitta way	
R E Gosnell'	
Victoria Transfer Co	
Brought forward.
XUl.-MlSCYJfLASEOVS.-Continued.
Vote No.212e.— Gratuity to tJie Widow of the late H. K. Dunn,
Vancoxiver.
Appropriation in full.
Vote No. 222f.—Gratuity to tJie Widow of tJie late Dixon Irwin,
Victoria.
Appropriation in full	
Vote No. 212g.—Gratuity to tJie Widow of the late C. Booth, Victoria.
Appropriation infull	
Vote No. 212Ji.—Gratuity to Superintendent of Reformatory on Jtis
Retirement.
Appropriation in full.
Vote No. 213.—Miscellaneous (not detailed in Estimates).
Services and expenses investigating into cause of colliery explosion at Fernie....
do it ii n ....
Expenses n m it ....
Services 11 horse disease, Cariboo District	
70 copies of B. C. Gazeetteer and Directory	
1,666 copies of Board of Trade Report	
Expenses, etc., entertaining Sir Edward Barton and party	
Hack hire, n n n	
do ii it ii 	
do „ .. i, 	
Sire of SS. Yosemite entertaining visiting members of British Press Association
Expenses incurred n ti it
Expenses of H. Cuthbert meeting u n
Printing bills of fare, n m
Expenses incurred re visit of Boer Delegates 	
Hack hire, n n 	
Labour removing brush, Central Park, Vancouver, 19 8/9 ds. @ $3.25 ; 75 ds. @ $2.25
Tools, it ti 	
Freight charges on tools n n 	
Grant in aid of laying pipe for fire protection purposes, Lillooet 	
Services, 16 days @ $10 ; expenses, $126.65, re Colliery Managers' Exam., Fernie..
do      9       i.       10 ti „
do 	
Rent of hall for inquiry into colliery explosion at Ladysmith	
Sundry expenses, trip to Puget Sound re complaints of loggers	
Services as counsel attending Royal Commission (Curtis v. Dunsmuir)	
do       attending n n 	
do       as Stenographer, tt tt 	
do       inspecting Indian Reserves, 39 days (ft $10 ; expenses, 886.50	
Preparing statements and examining records re Columbian Western Land Subsidy
Typewriting, n tt
do opinion of Mr. McCaul, n tt
Services on Fraser River during high water   	
Labour, n tt 2 days @ $3	
Lithographing dyking debentures and cheques for various offices  	
Services rendered Chief Commissioner re F. M. Rattenbury's account	
Payment of moneys due by late Stipendiary Magistrate in Small Debts Ct., Sandon
do it tt tt
Services attending and reporting meetings, North Victoria election	
Consideration for two log cabins reserved for use of Government, Telegraph Creek
Half-tone blocks for B. C. Year Book	
Blankets and sheeting, Malcolm Island Relief Fund    .....
do 	
Pillows, mattresses, etc  	
do    	
Photographs of Provincial Premiers	
Paid for stenography and typewriting, for delegation to Ottawa   ...
Hack hire re Rhodes Scholarship	
974 50
954 50
121 95
371 20
350 00
250 00
200 00
13 50
6 00
6 00
725 00
66 25
43 35
28 00
12 80
30 00
233 40
5 80
1 00
300 00
286 65
90 00
83 25
5 00
175 70
286 00
70 00
9 45
476 50
207 50
10 00
7 00
200 00
0 00
199 50
40 00
45 00
38 00
60 00
50 00
26 50
45 10
36 00
42 15
36 00
60 00
55 00
13 50
240 00
270 00
7,342 05 127,847 37 3 Ed. 7       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B    143
H Nicholas	
T S Barwis	
Paul& Dominic Colnaghi
& Co	
G M Shirley	
J Page 	
H Fry, PLS	
The Kootenay Mail	
M Urquhart	
RP Wallis	
Ella Johnson	
F P Wampole 	
W Richards	
Colonist P & P Co	
TimesP&PCo	
The Columbian Co	
Province P&P Co	
The News Advertiser ...
Inland Sentinel	
Nelson Daily News	
Atlin Claim	
C M Grouse	
Phoenix Pioneer	
B C Mining Exchange...
Rossland Miner	
The Coast	
Mining Review .........
Kootenay Mail	
Vernon News	
HHNewill	
Trout Lake Topic	
Blackburn & Webster ...
Cumberland News	
B C Mining Record .   ...
R T Lowery	
Trail Creek News	
W C & P S Lumberman..
The Independent	
The Ymir Mirror	
Delta News	
Daily World	
Trade Review	
The Monetary Times	
Financial News.	
The Economist	
L R Freeman	
The Commercial	
Pacific Fruit World.....
Farmer's Advocate	
Canadian Mining Review
Engineering & M Journal
Mining & Scientific Press
Munn & Co	
Engineering	
Grand Forks Pub Co
Engineering News P Co.
Daily Ledger	
Kamloops Standard... .
Boundry Creek Times...
Sundry persons	
do     	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Brought forward	
XIII.-MISCELLANEOUS -Continued.
Vote No. 213-
Miscellaneous (not detailed in Estimates).-
Continued.
Compensation for carcase of beef destroyed as being unfit for use, Esquimalt road
Explaining working model of new turbine to Ministers	
Painting of H. M. the King (after Luke Fields)	
Assisting to prevent bush fire, Munro Mountain, Atlin 3J days @
do ii ,, n      2|       i-       5
Thirty copies of map of Mt. Sicker Mining Camp	
Stationery for use of foreman on trail work, Revelstoke	
Services as stenog'r re matter of water applications, Coquitlam River & N. West'r
do       Liquor Licence Commissioner, $5 ; horse hire, $3, Nanaimo	
Typewriting voters list of New Westminster Electoral District	
Services as messenger Princeton to Tulameen for doctor	
Printing notices re Courts North Bend and Yale	
Subscription to the Colonist, Various departments	
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Daily Times,
Columbian, u                  	
Daily Province, n                  	
News-Advertiser, u                    	
Inland Sentinel, m                     	
Nelson Daily News, n                    	
Atlin Claim, u                    	
Midway Dispatch, n                  	
Pioneer, h                   	
B. C. Mining Exchange, Bureau of Information	
Rossland Miner, m                  	
Coast, ii                  	
Mining Review, u                  	
Kootenay Mail, n                  	
Vernon News, n                  	
Crofton Gazette, u                  	
Trout Lake Topic, n                  	
Kootenaian, m                  	
Cumberland News, m                  	
B. C. Mining Record, M                  	
New Denver Ledge, h                    	
Trail Creek News, M                  	
W. Coast & Puget Sound Lumberman, ,, 	
Independent, n       	
Mirror, n                    	
Delta News, n                  	
Daily World, Treasury Department	
Trade Review, n                  	
Monetary Times, it                  	
Financial News, ,t                  	
Economist, n                    	
North West Farm & Home,  Department of Agriculture..
Commercial, ,,                    	
Pacific Fruit World, ,,                  	
Farmer's Advocate, n                    	
Canadian Mining Manuals, Department of Mines	
Engineering and Mining- Journal, ,, 	
Mining and Scientific Press, n                  	
Scientific American, ,,                  	
"Engineering," ,.                  	
Grand Forks News Gazette, Provincial Secretary's Office.
" Engineering News," ,,                    	
Daily Ledger,
Standard,
Boundary C
Burial expenses of 13 indigent persons,
do
do
do
do
do
do
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do
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11
6
5
7
6
4
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
.1
X
Inspector of Fruit Pests Office .
Government Office, Kamloops..
eek Times, Agent-General's Office, London.
Fernie District	
Cranbrook
Vancouver
Victoria
Kamloops
Revelstoke
Nelson
Kelowna
Golden
Oyster Harbour
Comox
Grand Forks
Lillooet
Sirdar
Moodyville
Morrissey
Cambourne
Carried fonvard.
7,342 05
20 00
20 00
52 13
16 25
11 25
15 00
9 75
22 50
8 00
3 50
2 50
50
42 20
57 50
33 30
18 50
15 00
12 00
15 00
10 00
4 00
5 00
105 00
10 25
1 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
1 25
4 00
4 50
4 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
1 00
3 75
2 00
1 00
10 00
8 00
10 00
25 49
10 71
4 00
2 50
1 00
1 00
11 00
5 00
3 00
7 00
9 86
2 00
5 00
1 30
8 00
6 50
260 00
233 00
152 50
145 00
140 00
97 50
94 00
35 00
50 00
25 00
25 00
25 00
19 00
17 25
16 50
16 00
15 00
9,381 79 B 144
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
Sundry persons	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
G Greer	
Str Saturna	
Sundry persons	
Crow's Nest Trading Co
McEwing & Slim	
J T Regan	
Corp City Victoria	
do      Vancouver ..
do      N Westminst'r
do      Nanaimo .  ..
do      Kamloops ...
do      Rossland ....
do      Vernon	
do      Grand Forks.
G M Shirley	
Revelstoke W L & P Co
G Whiteside	
Cumb'rl'nd & Union W Co
J A Stoddart	
Ashcroft WE& I Co.
B G Amies	
J Dolmage	
G Murray	
J R Brown	
D Gillespie	
W J Gillespie	
Cultus Louis (Indian)
J Dosswell 	
F Crowre ..    	
H Kruse  	
Welch & Parker	
G Reynolds	
O W Ross	
W Miller	
JEN Smith	
R Hargreaves	
D A Robertson	
G Wardle	
Sundry persons	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do ....
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
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do 	
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Brought forward	
XIII. -MISCELLANEOUS— Continued.
Vote No. 213.-
-Miscellaneous (not detailed, in Estimates).-
Continued.
Harvey Creek
Castlegar
Elko
Ymir
Eholt
Quesnel
Fort Steele
Naksup
Vancouver
Burial expenses of 1 indigent person,
do 1
do 1
do 1 ,,
do 1
do 1 ,,
do 1
do 1
Removal of dead bod.y from logging camp to
Conveying n n 	
Searching for G. Allison, lost near Comox Lake, 10 days @ $2.50
Groceries supplied to party searching for R. Dunsmore, Fernie ..
Bread h n n n
Rope and files supplied to u mail carriers, Atlin
Water, Government Offices, Victoria.
do it
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Destroying thistles,
do
Vancouver 	
New Westminster  	
Nanaimo	
Kamloops	
Rossland	
Vernon	
Grand Forks	
Atlin	
Revelstoke	
Kaslo	
Cumberland	
Windermere	
Ashcroft 	
Okanagan Mission Valley .
Golden.
Removing and destroying remains of dead animals,
do
do
do
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do
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do
do
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do
Shooting horse with broken leg near
Soap, toilet paper, disinfectants, etc., Govt. Offices,
do
do
do
do
do
do
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do
do
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do
do
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do
do
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do
do
do
do
do
Cleaning, scrubbing, washing, etc.,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Nicola (paid) .
Fairview	
Grand Forks	
Ymir	
Tobacco Plains	
St. Joseph's Ck, Cranbrook
Fernie	
Golden	
Clinton	
Cumberland	
Port Simpson	
Princeton	
Victoria	
Vancouver 	
New" Westminster .
Nanaimo	
Rossland	
Nelson	
Revelstoke	
Comaplix	
Trout Lake	
Kaslo	
New Denver	
Greenwood	
Grand Forks	
Princeton	
Harper's Camp
Clinton	
Golden	
Fort Steele	
Creston	
Atlin	
Bennett	
Wells	
Alberni 	
YTale	
Nicola Lake	
Princeton	
Vernon .. •	
Greenwood	
Grand Forks	
Slocan	
Carried forward..
9,381 79
127,847 37
15 00
IE 00
15 00
13 10
10 00
10 00
9 00
8 40
16 60
20 00
25 00
10 30
1 45
2 05
908 55
89 82
60 15
45 00
126 30
57 25
30 00
13 00
184 75
26 25
17 25
15 00
6 00
5 00
17 50
6 25
14 00
3 50
2 50
2 50
2 50
3 00
1 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
50
1 00
2 50
2 00
10 00
2 50
53 95
12 30
9 50
6 60
6 95
12 95
3 25
3 80
30
2 10
1 00
3 70
1 00
1 10
2 15
1 10
1 15
3 15
85
8 05
1 10
85
10 00
7 25
5 00
13 75
7 50
65 00
22 50
22 00
11,504 06
127,847 37 3 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B  145
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE,
|   cts.
$   cts.
Sundry persons	
do 	
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W McDowell	
Hinton Electric Co	
Muirhead & Mann	
J Laing"	
H Davies	
J B McLaren	
Sundry persons	
Victoria Transfer Co
B C Electric Ry Co...    .
P McQuade & Son	
E B Marvin & Co	
Mrs McMillan	
W S Beckwith	
Caledonia Insurance Co.
^tna                            do
London Mutual B^ire do
Ottawa Fire               do
M O M Corav	
V J Straube	
Thomson Stationery Co .
A F Wiggins	
E J Stevens 	
Vancouver Transfer Co..
Wood,  Vallance <&; Leg"-
galt, Ltd	
Hudson's Bav Co	
Fife & Hunter	
D Robson	
B C Packers' Association
W A Dash wood- Jones...
Thomson Stationery Co .
T J Trapp & Co.	
A J Hill	
Randle Bros   	
J Frederickson	
J M Brown	
E Rolston	
G A Kilpatrick.   	
C Myers	
Isaac Charlie	
M J Henry    	
WDodd	
E T W Pearse	
Hudson's Bay Co	
V Mills	
W J Summers	
Brought forward	
XIU.—MlSCm&XNmm.-Continued.
Vote No. 213.-
-Miscellaneous (not detailed in Estimates).-
Continued.
Cleaning-, scrubbing, washing, etc., Govt. Office, Comaplix	
do                         it ii            Trout Lake	
do                         ii ii            Cambourne	
do                         ii ii            New Denver	
do                         m H            Golden	
do                           ii it             Wilmer	
do                         ii ii            Creston	
do                         ii ii            Cranbrook	
do                         ii H            Lillooet	
do                         ii ii            Barkerville	
do                           ti it             Manson	
do                         n ii            Port Simpson	
Washing towels, etc., h            Victoria	
do ii            Vancouver	
do ii            New Westminster	
do ii            Nanaimo	
do ii            Nelson	
do ti            Rossland	
Scavenging, 11            Victoria 	
do 11            Vancouver	
do 11            Fairview	
do 11            Cumberland	
do ii            New Denver	
do it             Ladysmith	
do 11            Grand Forks	
do it            Vernon	
do n            Duncan	
do ii            Greenwood	
do ii            Golden	
do it            Nicola	
Rent of cottage for chief janitor, Parliament Bldgs., Victoria 12 months
Illuminations for Victoria Day, n                     n         	
Lumber for platforms, coronation service,     it n        	
Labour on              u                       m 11                       u        	
Janitor during absence of Murray, sick, n                     u                 15 days @ 82
Supplying natron, h                       n        	
Freight and express charges on natron, ,T                     m       	
Ice, ii                     it	
Electric power, Court House, Government Offices, u       	
Ensign, engine oil, etc., n                     n       	
Bunting, mops, machine oil, etc., n                     u       	
Repairing ensign, n                     m       	
Sawdust, ii                     ii        	
Policy covering 310,000 on Government House,    Victoria   	
* do                5,000 ii                     ..         	
do                 2,500 ii                       	
do                 2,500 H                       „        	
Cleaning chimneys, Government Offices, Vancouver	
Fitting" & repairing locks, making keys, etc.,                 n                       it        	
Maps of Vancouver City, "                     h        	
Painting flagstaff, n                       ..        	
Typewriting for Timber Inspector, n                     M       	
Hack hire, Provincial Police Department, u                     u       	
Manila rope, n                     n        	
Toweling, n                       u        	
Gauge glass, n                       ti        	
Sundry payments, m            New Westminster.
Ice, ii                     ii       	
Bounty for destroying pigeons nesting on n                "    n       	
Repairing seal of Supreme Court, ,,                     »'      	
Wheelbarrow, . n                     .,       	
Maps supplied to Assessor and Collector, it                     n        	
Hose, nozzle, etc., u            Nanaimo	
Express charges, n                     M       	
pairing clock, u                       n        	
Repairing letter scales, n            Ladysmith	
Filling up old well, (i            Alberni	
Labour on grounds, t.            Yale	
Cleaning lawn and planting shrubs, n                     n       	
Shrubs, bulbs, etc., M                     n       	
Paid for clearing grounds, n                     n       	
do   cleaning chimneys and street sprinkling,      u Kamloops	
Brooms, matches, etc., n                     n       	
Sinking and timbering well, shovelling snow, etc.,     n Princeton	
do                             n ii                     	
Carried fonvard   	
12 00
34 00
28 00
9 00
15 0C
3 51
2 5C
2 00
2 00
24 50
3 00
4 50
92 90
20 2fi
20 20
6 0C
1 35
75
161 60
17 0C
26 00
18 00
18 00
10 50
12 00
10 25
10 00
7 50
4 00
1 50
200 00
135 00
17 21
4 50
30 00
21 93
36 94
1 00
45 55
10 00
9 80
50
7 00
125 00
62 50
31 25
31 25
20 00
19 50
30 00
6 00
5 50
5 00
60
50
15
17 70
10 40
5 25
3 60
3 00
3 00
16 35
4 45
2 00
1 00
a oo
10 50
6 00
3 60
1 50
15 25
2 15
21 75
11 25
127,847 37
13,080 04 127,847 37 B 146
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  ets.
$   cts.
Brought forwar
XIII.-MlSCELLANEOUS.-Oo^mie
d	
13,080 04
5 00
50
7 25
1 05
1 00
4 50
60 00
2 50
5 00
156 00
1 50
1 25
2 25
2 00
40 15
14 00
5 20
4 50
4 00
3 40
3 00
1 50
50
9 30
1 00
5 20
2 00
8 45
1 50
10 00
75
6 30
1 00
5 00
29 00
3 00
2 00
85 00
10 00
10 00
3 00
2 50
1 50
30 00
25 00
5 00
2 50
1 15
40 00
5 00
3 50
50
398 35
33 60
4 00
46 25
80 00
25 25
30 03
19 21
2 00
1 50
3 00
75
2 50
17 84
3 20
2 00
1 50
7 40
2 46
16 30
7 50
5 75
127,847 37
ed.
i Estimates).—
Vote No. 213.—Miscellaneous (not detailed it
Continued.
Paid for labour on powder magazine,      Government Offices
Labour cutting drain,                                                      n
Hauling lumber, sand, etc,,                                             11
Repairing lawn mower,                                                   n
do      flag",                                                                  it
Packing wood into shed,                                                 u
Hauling, moving Govt. Office from Comaplix to
Window sign,                                                                    11
Coal oil, etc.,                                                                    n
Janitor,                                                                              m
Repairing stove pipes,                                                          n
Feather duster,                                                                 m
Washbasin, etc ,                                                               ii
Repairing stove,                                                               n
Sewer rent,                                                                              11
Binding "applications,"                                                      n
Paid for chimney cleaning, repairs to locks, etc.,        h
Cleaning chimneys,                                                              h
Mounting maps,                                                                h
Steel brushes, $2.50 ; express charges, 90c.                   n
Creolin, lime, etc.,                                                            "
Repairing clock,                                                                u
Broom,                                                                                      it
Attending furnace and shovelling snow,                       n
Lock,                                                                                  ii
Axe, bucket, broom, etc.,                                                  n
Rope, file, broom, etc.,                                                    n
Hose, rake, etc.,                                                               u
Brand for Government use,                                            n
Ice,                                                                                     11
Repairing flag,                                                                  n
Lime, sacks, etc.,                                                             h
Repairing and cleaning clock,                                           ii
Shovelling snow,                                                               u
Labour improving grounds, 2 d. @ $4, 7 d. @ S3,         M
Flag pole,                                                                                ii
Halyards for flag pole,                                                               n
Janitor, 34 days @ $2.50,                           Government Offices
Mounting maps,                                                                     it
Typewriting evidence, Banon v. Wheelock & Co.,      u
Printing postal cards,                                                      u
Keys,                                                                                  ii
Snow shovel,                                                                     n
Extra work noting revised statutes,     Att'y-General's Dept.
Assisting O. C. Bass,                                                            ti
Map,                                                                                   ii
Fee for copy of document,                                              n
Mounting maps,                                                               h
Lithographing covers for Report,         Department of Mines
Ore sacks for samples of coal,                                            h
Camera case, dunnage bag, etc..                                       n
Express charges on ballot box, election of delegates, n
Museum jars,                                   Department of Agricultur
Express charges o i jars and sundry drayage,              ri
Hauling,                                                                                  h
Cutting samples of woods,                                              u
Preparing climatic statistics and weather reports,     u
Sundry expenses,                                                             n
Copy of "Brewer's Poultry Keeping,"                          n
Subscription to " Canadian Entomologist,"                 m
do            the Association,                                     u
do              "Gardening,"                                           m
do            " Birds and Nature,"                            n
Copy of "How to Co-operate,"                                       n
Ten copies " Forestry " lectures,                                   n
Photographs,                                                                    n
do
do
do                                                                            it
Lantern slides,                                                                  n
do
Half-tone blocks,                                                              n
Buggy hire, re obtaining" photographs for                    n
Samples of grain,                                                             n
Carried fonvard	
C J Neun	
Nicola	
C P Pa»'et    .
W A Nettle 	
Trout Lake	
J T Black	
J A Smith	
Byers, Giegerich, Green
'Co, Ltd     	
New Denver	
Kaslo, 13 months ...
O'Neil & Co
Corp City of Nelson..
Daily News P & P Co..   .
H Wright	
Nelson _	
Dom Express Co	
J B Youill    	
Hunter-Kendrick Co	
J Smith               	
Grand Forks	
Kimpton & Pitts	
Peterborough Trad'g Co.
Wilmer	
J D McBride	
Cranbrook	
Fort Steele	
Crow's Nest Pass Tdg Co
Fernie	
F Dyer	
Sundry persons....   ....
Indian Charley	
Glenora	
Telegraph Creek....
B G Nichol	
Atlin	
M
J T Regan	
J H Sweet
,
.
W S Beckwith	
it       	
..
Vinton & Co, Ltd	
Entomological Society of
"           	
American Forestry Ass'n
American Gardening	
u
"
Orange, Judd & Co	
R Leckie-Ewing	
,,
Ir
S J Thompson	
B C Photo-Eng Co, Ltd .
Stanley Prk Livery Stble
14,425 63
127,847 37 3 Ed. 7        Public Accoi/nts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B 147
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
8   cts.
%   cts
14,425 63
5 25
3 00
4 00
4 80
5 00
3 30
2 90
2 00
250 00
105 90
50 00
37 25
25 00
20 25
7 30
3 00
90 00
16 80
7 00
5 00
76 50
20 00
10 CO
16 10
4 00
4 00
6 40
4 00
100 00
2 55
2 00
18 66
50
2 50
69 20
30 00
40 50
30 65
275 00
98 15
50 48
20 70
9 45
7 50
2 50
309 70
234 38
121 25
13 70
4 20
7 27
6 07
600 00
550 00
360 00
300 00
300 00
240 00
127,847 37
Xni.-MISCELIiANE0US.-O<m«i»«c^.
~
Nor Pac Ry Co	
Vote No. 213.—Miscellaneous (not  detailed in Estimates)
Concluded
Services obtaining plants and mosses,    Depart, of Agriculture, Victoria
do                                ti                                          ,.                     i.
Seed sent to Duke of Argyle,                                             n                       n
R M Palmer	
Stencils,                                                                             n                     n         	
Paid for typewriting,                                                       M                     11       	
E G Prior & Co	
F M Phillips    	
4,000 copies of pamphlet on Salt Spring Island,           n                     n       	
R E Gosnell	
Eyre & Spottiswoode	
GN Morang& Co, Ltd..
Colonist P & P Co	
Victoria Book & Sta'y Co
Lithographing cheques,                             Treasury Department.         M        	
Telegraphic codes,                                                            n                     ,,       	
S H O'Dell	
Optical & Eng Supply Co
Engineering instruments,                   Lands and Works Dept.,        n       	
RH Parkinson, PLS...
S L Long, PLS     	
W G McMynn  	
J Sommer	
Duty on blue prints of sundry bridges,                          u                       n        	
Professional services examining cattle, Board of Health Dept.,       n
C R Richards, VS	
Hinton Electric Co	
TN Hibben & Co	
Colonist P & P Co	
Colonist P & P Co	
Lithographing 800 Engineers' Certificates, on parchment, Boiler Inspectors'
Expenses transferring pump,                                                                ,.
do                         .i                                                                            ,,
Pump leathers, suction hose, etc.,                                                        M
Chemicals, etc.,                                                                                       ,,
Rent of I. O. F. Hall at Armstrong for Engineers' Examination,     M
Paid for cleaning school, Kamloops, after              .,                           »
Travelling expenses, etc., in connection with lectures, Agent-General's Office
Income tax of Agent-General for year ending" fth April, 1903,           n
Mounting maps,                                                                                       (l
Freight charges,                                                                                      , r
Dock charges,                                                                                           .,
Mimeographing copies "Lands in Southern and Central B. C,"      ,.
Cartage on grain, Salisbury House to Imperial Institute,                   m
Vote No. 214.—Superannuation.
llliees
Lon.
*50
50
30
25
25
20
500
D S Curtis	
J W Wright	
J Peck	
J II Turner	
BOP Gibbons	
Thos Meadows & Co	
C Oakley, Son & Co   ...
L Bulger	
Perrett & Perrett	
N Fitzstubbs	
10,669 19
J E McMillan	
do                        ll           „
do                           12           ,t
do  12          ii
do                           12           „
do                        12           ii
Vote No. 215.—Agent-General's Office, London.
Agent-General  _ _ 12 months @ $
D Whiteside	
C HF Blake	
H 0 Wellburn	
2,350 00
do            	
6,000 00
2,050 55
971 95
941 70
108 68
32 70
29 84
do            	
do            	
H E A Courtney	
No Vote.—Interest on Deposits.
9,964 20
171 22
157,0:1 98
	 B 148
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
W H Ellis	
do 	
do       	
C F Beaven	
G A Calbick	
E L Kirkland	
F J Russell	
do 	
F S Spain	
C Donahue .  	
0 Hopper	
R E Gosnell	
K Ishii	
T Nishiyama	
H M Lamb	
Colonist P & P Oo	
Binner Engraving Co ...
B C Photo-Engraving Co
Fleming' Bros	
R Maynard	
.1 W Laing'	
A Murchie	
Skene Lowe	
T N Hibben & Co	
A Begg    	
G Sheldon-Williams....
0 S Baxter	
E & N Railway	
CPNCo	
Great Northern Ex Co ..
Turner, Beeton & Co... .
Victoria Transfer Co ....
Hope, Graveley & Co... .
GN W Telegraph Co....
Daily Herald P & P Co..
Daily Mail P Co	
Colonist P & P Co 	
Dept of Agriculture	
Victoria Book & Sta Co..
A M Jones 	
Brought forward...
XIIT.-MIS0ELLANEOlTS.-CVmc?Mdee?.
Vote No. 210.—Immigration.
Immigration Officer, Victoria.     8 months, 25 days @ $125
Acting Secretary, Bureau of Information  30 n       4
Expenses as Immigration Officer	
Assistant Immigration Officer     100 days @ 82.50 ;
Deputy
N. West..    51       ii       2.50; exp., 8148.25
12       „       2.50; h        25.35
19        „     65.00 per month,        n 24.65
5 men, 1 day each, @ $2.50.
months,
days
days
days   @
Paid for assistance to enforce " Immigration Act
Expenses as constable re n
Guard, ii
Services as messenger, Immigration Office,
Expenses re location of Crofters, etc	
Services as Japanese Interpreter	
do ii   24
do     writing sundry articles	
Printing " Year Book" as per contract	
Half-tone blocks for " Year Book"	
do 	
Lantern slides, photographic supplies, etc	
do 	
Photographs (negatives for Agent-General's office)	
do  ;	
do 	
do papers, etc	
400 copies Begg's History of B. C	
450     t.     B. C. Mining Exchange	
Brokerage, customs and freight charges on shipments to Agent-General
Freight charges	
do 	
do 	
do and insurance	
Express charges and hack hire	
Pamphlets on B. C	
Purchase of Western Union Code	
Subscription to '' Daily Herald "	
do "Daily Mail"	
do '' Colonist"	
Recording transfer of Begg's copyright, etc	
Canadian Almanac	
Press work on circulars	
@   § 2.50
@     10.00
2.50
2.50
1,104
120
140
250
275
55
65
12
20
44
87
60
600
694
247
36
321
17
28
14
4
150
45
68
25
14
13
4
3
35
15
25
1
1
1
157,001 98
4,520 22
Audit Office, 23rd November, 1903.
A. ANDERSON",
Auditor-General. 3 Ed. 7       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B 149
APPROPRIATION   AND   EXPENDITURE
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED 30th JUNE, 1903.
STATEMENT of Appropriation and Expenditure from 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903;
showing also the sums unexpended and over-expended.
No
of
Vote.
1
2
3
4
Act
2 Ed. 7
5
Act
2 Ed. 7
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
49
50
51
52
53
54
SERVICE.
I.—Public Dkbt.
Interest	
Sinking Fund	
Premium and Exchange	
Discount and Commission	
Do. (authorised by "Loan Act, 1902")...
Redemption of Debentures	
Incidental expenses re flotation of Loan (authorised bv " Loan
Act, 1902") '	
II.—Civil Govern.mic.nt (Salaries).
Lieutenant-Governor's Office	
Premier's Office	
Provincial Secretary's Department	
Department of Mines	
Department of Finance and Agriculture	
Lands and Works Department	
Attorney-General's Department	
Land Registry Offices	
Commissioner for arranging Freight Rates .
Commissioner of Fisheries 	
Timber Inspectors..	
Legislative Library	
Steam Boiler Inspection   	
Statistical Bureau   	
Surveyor of Taxes and Inspector of Revenue .
Assessor's Office, Victoria	
Administrative Staff, Cowichan Agency.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
1)0.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Temporary Assistance .
Ladysmith Agency	
Alberni Agency	
Comox Agency	
Nanaimo Agency	
New Westminster Agency .
East Kootenay Agencies ..,
West Kootenay Agencies...
Cariboo Agencies.	
Cassiar Agencies	
Kamloops Agency	
Vernon Agency	
Fairview Agency	
Clinton Agency	
Ashcroft Agency	
Nicola Agency	
Similkameen Agency	
Total
Appropriation
8395,768 43
152,581 88
2,500 00
4,260 00
368,594 46
10,000 00
936,747 20
III.—Administration of Justice (Salaries).
Supreme and County Courts	
Stipendiary Magistrates.  	
Provincial Police	
Juvenile Reformatory	
Administrative Staff, Victoria Gaol	
Do. New Westminster Gaol   	
Do. Nanaimo Gaol 	
Do. Nelson Gaol	
Do. Kamloops Gaol	
Do. Vernon Gaol	
IV.—Legislation.
Sessional Salaries	
Indemnity to Members (38 @ S800)   	
Mileage	
Registration of Voters	
Expenses of Elections	
Contingent Fund	
1,500 00
1,600 00
15,040 00
19,912 00
20,660 00
29,620 00
10,060 00
32,520 00
1,800 00
3,000 00
5,160 00
2,400 00
5,340 00
2,100 00
2,100 00
4,320 00
1,200 00
1,200 00
1,740 00
1,200 00
3,540 00
11,880 00
10,380 00
26,160 00
7,620 00
14,100 00
3,960 00
3,780 00
2,340 00
2,940 00
2,280 00
1,200 00
1,080 00
11,000 00
270,6,
i 00
31,900 00
5,500 00
58,800 00
1,740 00
5,712 00
5,676 00
3.612 00
4,632 00
4,680 00
765 00
123,017 00
3,595 00
30,400 00
5,200 00
2,500 00
1,000 CO
3,500 00
46,195 00
Total
Expenditure.
$396,127 82
152,268 68
8 00
4,620 64
368,594 46
10,000 00
934,662 03
1,475 00
1,600 00
13,219 65
19,638 65
26,491 65
29,564 17
10,026 65
31,620 00
1,800 00
3,000 00
3,780 00
2,270 00
5,340 00
2,100 00
2,100 00
4,280 00
1,200 00
1,200 00
1,595 10
1,200 00
3,540 00
11,818 66
10,380 00
26,065 00
7,548 00
13,851 56
3,960 00
3,780 00
2,340 00
2,940 00
2,280 00
1,200 00
1,080 00
11,175 53
265,459 62
30,688 00
5,168 30
57,611 66
1,740 00
5,234 00
5,472 00
3,482 00
4,632 00
4,680 00
612 00
119,319 96
3,595 00
30,400 00
5,200 00
533 60
1,100 20
3,627 15
44,455 95
Unexpended.
313,20
2,492 00
2,805 20
25 00
1,820 35
273 35
68 35
65 83
33 35
900 00
1.380 00
130 00
61 34
95 00
72 00
248 44
5,347 91
1,212 00
331 70
1,188 34
478 00
204 00
130 00
153 00
3,697 04
1,966 40
1,966 40
Over-
Expended.
359 39
175 53
175 53
100 20
127 15 B 150
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to SOth June, 1903.
No
of
Vote.
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
70
71
72
73
74
75
75a
76
77
78
79
80
80a
81
82
84
85
89
90
91
92
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
115A
SERVICE.
V.—Public Institutions (Maintenance).
Printing Office,        Victoria   	
Bureau of Mines, n        	
Provincial Museum,      n       	
Hospital for the Insane, New Westminster
Provincial Home, Kamloops	
VI.—Hospitals and Charities.
Grants to Hospitals 	
Refuge Home, Victoria	
Alexandra Home, Vancouver .
In aid of Resident Physician, Clinton
Do. do. West Coast	
Do. do. Barkerville	
Do. do. Quesnel Forks	
Do. do. Quesnel	
Do. do. Nicola	
Do. do. Salt Spring Island	
Do. do. Lillooet	
Do. do. 150-Mile House	
Do. do. Mission City	
Do. do. Surrey' (conditional)	
Do. do. Trout Lake	
Do. do. South Okanagan	
Do. do. West Okanagan	
Do.. do. Windermere District	
Do. do. Atlin	
Do. do. Princeton	
Do. do. Port Essington 	
Do. do. Port Simpson	
Do. do. Hazelton	
Do. do. Salmon Arm	
Do. do. Denman and Hornby Islands ,
In aid of destitute poor and sick.
VII.—Administration of Justice (other than Salaries.)
Summoning and paying Jurors and Witnesses ...
Prosecution and Interpreters	
Expenses of Inquests	
Rewards	
Keep of Prisoners	
Rents	
Special Constables	
Transport of Constables and Prisoners	
Medical Officers at Gaols	
Allowance to Sheriffs   	
Constitutional Litigation and general Law Costs .
Miscellaneous	
VIII.—Education.
Education Office	
Inspection of Schools	
Normal School	
Education of Deaf and Dumb	
Capitation Grant to City Districts	
Grant to High Schools in addition to Capitation Grant.
Teachers' Salaries and Incidental Expenses	
IX.—Transport.
Charges on Remittances	
Travelling Expenses of Officers on duty
XI.—Revenue Services.
Commission, Courts of Appeal, Travelling E.xps., Miscellaneous
XII.—Public Works.
Works and Buildings.
Repairs to Government Buildings throughout the Province..
Provincial Home, Kamloops (general repairs)	
Hospital for the Insane (construction)    	
Do. (general requirements and repairs).
Furniture for Government Offices throughout the Province.
Improvement and care of Government Grounds, Victoria .. .
Do.                     Govermn't Reserves (various districts)
Government House, Victoria (completion and furniture) ....
Court House, Vancouver (repairs and care of grounds)	
Do. Chilliwhack (construction of vault, etc.)	
Do. Greenwood (construction and furniture)	
Carried forward	
Total
Appropriation
.349,700 00
4,000 00
3,940 00
65,270 00
13,060 00
185,970 00
65,200 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
600 00
400 00
500 00
500 00
300 00
300 00
150 00
200 00
500 00
300 00
450 00
600 00
300 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
300 00
250 00
7,500 00
83,650 00
20,000 00
6,500 00
4,500 00
1,000 00
23,000 00
2,600 00
19,000 00
22,000 00
2,100 00
5,400 00
0,000 00
5,000 00
120,100 00
7,340 00
10,020 00
5,500 00
4,000 00
147,200 00
7,900 00
232,680 00
414,640 00
1,200 00
25,000 00
26,200 00
29,600 00
6,000 00
300 00
16,100 00
5,000 00
5,000 00
3,000 00
2,000 00
55,000 00
2,000 00
500 OO
13,200 00
108,100 00
Total
Exp enditurb.
849,688 57
3,670 96
3,747 69
63,443 38
12,343 67
132,894 27
65,730 15
1,000 00
1,000 00
500 00
500 00
263 SO
500 00
400 00
500 00
300 00
300 00
150 00
200 00
500 00
450 00
487 21
300 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
250 00
8,139 18
12,608 60
5,321 23
4,074 25
110 00
19,288 74
2,190 25
19,243 39
19,403 47
2,000 00
5,352 80'
7,357 23
3,637 95
101,092 91
397,643 46
1,146 67
26,080 28
27,226 !
30,329 02
5,745
16,155 00
5,445 01
5,185 35
2,041 80
838 75
64,788 66
385 75
13,199 03
Unexpended.
Over-
Expended.
103,785 23
11 43
329 04
192 31
1.S26 62
716 33
3,075 73
300 00
"1279'
300 00
1,848 99
7,391 40
1,178 77
425 75
890 00
3,711 26
409 75
2,591 53
100 00
47 20
1,142 77
1,362 05
19,250 48
151 35
5,767 66
10,263 42
17,063 27
1,169 33
17 57
49i6
254 12
300 00
1,080 28
1,080 28
829 02
55 00
445 01
185 35
958 20
1,161 25
211 34
1,614 25
500 00
97
5,000 13 3 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B 151
No.
of
Vote.
115c
115D
115B
116
117
118
119
119a
119b
120
121
121a
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
159a
159b
160
160a
160c
161
161a
162
163
164
165
166
SERVICE.
Total
Appropriation
Brought forward	
XII.—Public Works.—Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Concluded.
Preparing plans and specifications for proposed Court House,
Nelson	
Clearing obstruction, North Fork Kettle River (re-vote)	
Gaol at Vernon (completion)    	
Purchase of building and equipment, Horsefly Min'g Recorder's
Office	
Fish Hatchery (construction and maintenance)	
Reformatory, Vancouver (completion)	
Gaols throughout the Province (general repairs and additions)..
Lock-ups do (construction and repairs)	
Lock-up, Fernie (extension)	
Do.       Ladysmith (construction)	
Public Schools throughout the Province (construction, repairs
and furniture)	
Protection Works, Kicking Horse River	
Dykes (maintenance), appropriation, $20,000. The amount expended, 819,999.93, is eliminated from Works and Buildings,
and charged against the various Dyking District Lands
Contingencies (total appropriation, 855,000, less 852,886.42 for
Roads, Streets and Bridges, and 8520 for Surveys	
Government House, Victoria.
Repairs to Building	
Furniture	
Fuel and Light 	
Water	
Improving Grounds and Fencing	
Rent of temporary residence	
Gardener    	
Miscellaneous (including rent of Fairfield Estate)
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.
Contribution to Victoria City towards construction  of Point
Ellice Bridge	
North Victoria District	
South Victoria District	
Esquimalt District	
Cowichan District	
Alberni District	
North Nanaimo District	
South Nanaimo District ,	
Nanaimo City District (outside city limits)	
Comox District    	
Vancouver Island Main Trunk Road	
Westminster District—Richmond Riding	
Do. Dewdney        n      	
Do. Chilliwack     n        ...
Do. Delta „      	
Yale District—North Riding    	
Do. West        ,,      	
Do. East ii      	
Lillooet District—East Riding	
Do. West   ,,       	
Cariboo District	
East Kootenay District—North Riding	
Do. South     ti      	
West Kootenay Districts—Revelstoke Riding	
Do. Slocan n          	
Do. Nelson tl      	
Do. Rossland        t,      	
Cassiar District   	
Lillooet-Lytton Main Trunk Road	
Cariboo Main Trunk Road ...	
Barnet-Hastings Road (completion)	
Dewdney Trunk Road and Pitt River Ferry (construction)	
Contribution   towards   building   bridge,   Similkameen   River
Princeton	
Contribution towards building bridge, Extension, South Nanaimo
District 	
Grant to settlers for construction of bridge at Rosedale, Chilliwhack 	
Grant to Consolidated Hydraulic Mining Co. for work done on
road between Quesnel Forks and Horsefly	
Bridge across Fraser River at Chimney Creek (construction)...
New Denver Bridge (construction)	
Bridges generally	
Wharves generally	
Ferry Subsidy, Goldstream, Revelstoke Division	
Do. Smith Creek, ■, 	
Do. Columbia River, near Smith Creek....  	
Carried forward.
1,100 00
750 00
800 00
6,600 00
679 60
15,000 00
18,000 00
3,000 00
4,000 00
1,200 00
1,000 00
72,250 00
4,500 00
1,593 58
500 00
200 00
1,000 00
250 00
400 00
600 00
600 00
150 00
Total
Expenditure,
#103,785 23
3,700 00
30,000 00
6,000 00
8,000 00
11,000 00
8,000 00
8,800 00
5,000 00
16,000 00
1,740 00
12,300 00
9,000 00
12,410 95
6,000 00
6,000 00
7,160 00
12,000 00
12,000 00
28,250 00
8,000 00
9,000 00
14,400 00
14,500 00
14,500 00
14,500 00
20,750 00
18,500 00
14,500 00
20,000 00
2,000 00
26,000 00
2,600 00
3,500 00
3,000 00
2,000 00
400 00
1,116 50
40,000 00
3,000 00
16,500 00
6,500 00
200 00
200 00
200 00
455,427 45
800 00
6,581 88
500 00
14,941 52
17,992 96
2,299 71
662 50
1,199 97
687 50
76,798 83
4,496 43
56 11
112 81
593 SO
157 25
437 43
600 00
600 00
91 15
30,000 00
6,002 25
7,991 68
10,991 96
7,901 89
8,797 76
4,967 04
15,094 98
1,739 72
12,281 08
8,843 04
12,410 37
6,999 31
6,008 55
7,157 50
12,000 49
11,999 18
28,250 50
7,999 02
9,005 54
14,400 29
14.499 62
14,506 08
14.500 02
20,739 64
18,499 89
14,442 06
19,970 93
1,893 66
26,003 44
2,327 63
3,500 09
3,000 00
1,116 50
39,996 99
3,000 00
16,383 60
6,498 02
200 00
200 00
Unexpended.
Over-
Expended.
85,000 13
750 00
18 12
79 60
68 48
7 04
700 29
1,437 50
03
312 50
3 57
10,367 26
443 89
87 19
406 70
92 75
68 85
8 32
8 04
98 11
2 24
32 96
905 02
28
18 92
156 96
58
2 50
"  82'
10 36
11
57 94
29 07
106 34
172 37
2,000 00
116 40
1 98
200 00
3,934 38
4,548 !
5,234 19
37 43
37 43
5 54
29
6 08
02
3 U
"'09 B 152
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
No.
of
Vote.
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
177
176
177
Act
2 Ed. 7
178
179
180
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
205a
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
212a
212b
212c
212D
212E
212F
212G
213
214
215
No Vote
216
Brought forward	
XII.—Public Works.—Concluded.
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.—Concluded.
Do. Churn Creek, East and West Lillooet	
Do. Soda Creek,       Cariboo	
Do. Chimney Creek,     n       	
Do. Savona	
Do. Spence's Bridge	
Do. Fraser River (near 20-Mile Post, Pavilion)	
Do. Big Bar 	
Do. Chilliwhack and Harrison River	
Aid to North Vancouver Ferry	
Contingencies  (total appropriation, 856,000, less 81,593.58 for
Works and Buildings, and 8520 for Surveys)	
Surveys
Surveys throughout the Province	
Contingencies (total appropriation, 855,000, less 81,593.58 for
Works and Buildings and 852,886.42 for Roads, Streets and
Bridges	
New Westminster Bridge.
New Westminster Bridge (authorised by Act).
XIII.—Miscellaneous.
Total
Appropriation
Advertising	
Stationery	
Postage and Expressage	
Telegrams	
Telephone Service	
Fuel and Light	
Library, Legislative	
Do.      Departmental	
Do.      Travelling   ..  	
Refunds	
Premium on Guarantee Bonds	
Agricultural Societies	
Fruit Growers' Association 	
Dairymen's Association  	
Do. Secretary's salary (conditional)	
Floekmasters' Association    	
In aid of Farmers' Institutes	
British Columbia Agricultural Association.	
Royal Agricultural and Industrial Society of British Columbia.
Destruction of Wolves, Panthers and Coyotes	
In aid of Militia	
In aid of Provincial Rifle Association	
Board of Examiners, " Land Surveyors' Act "	
Board of Horticulture, travelling expenses, &c	
In aid of communication with remote settlements	
Lithographing Maps	
Provincial Board of Health, including salaries	
Central Park Poultry and Horticultural Society	
Grant towards purchase of land for Drill Hall site, Vancouver..
Grant in aid of Ethnological Society	
Grant in aiil of Soldiers' and Sailors' Home, Esquimalt Road ...
Coal miners' examinations (allow'ce to Examiners and Secretaries
Permanent exhibit of agricultural products, Vancouver	
Poultry Show-s	
Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals	
School of Mines, Rossland	
Specimens of fish, etc., for Agent-General's Office, London .   ...
Expenses in connection with Coi'onation	
Commission on coal mines	
Expenses of Committee appointed to effect a settlement of strike
at Fernie 	
Gratuity to widow of the late H. K. Dunn, Vancouver	
Do. D. Irwin, Victoria	
Do. C. Booth,       ,,       	
Miscellaneous (not detailed in Estimates)	
Superannuation	
Agent-General's Office, London 	
Interest on Deposits, " Suitors' Fund Act, 1890 "	
Gratuity to Superintendent of Reformatory on his retirement..
Immigration	
8455,427 45
900 00
600 00
500 00
600 00
600 00
300 00
300 00
600 00
500 00
!,886 42
12,000 00
501,501 86
6,000 00
13,000 00
10,500 00
4,500 00
3,000 00
10,500 00
2,100 00
1,000 00
870 00
10,000 00
1,000 00
4,750 00
1,250 00
1,000 00
1,200 00
250 00
4,250 00
3,000 00
3,000 00
6,750 00
750 00
600 00
500 00
1,000 00
1,200 00
2,000 00
20,000 00
300 00
1,000 00
150 00
1,000 00
3,100 00
250 00
600 00
500 00
1,500 00
1,000 00
1,900 00
4,350 00
2,590 00
240 00
345 00
450 00
16,500 00
2,400 00
10,000 00
Total
Expenditure.
8451,520 32
897 50
500 00
500 00
600 00
600 00
300 00
300 00
600 00
500 00
52,721 44
520 00
12,444 94
501,501 86
6,025
12,212
10,772
4,371
3,000
10,534
2,099
874
869
10,376
930
4,750
1,250
1.000
1.200
250
4,249
3,000
3,000
6,753
750
600
435
727
1,100
1,936
19,730
300
150
1,000
2,944
00
00
10
600 00
500 00
8168,145 00
912
402
4,341
2,590
240
345
450
16,699
2,350
9,964
171
270
4,520
Unexpended.
8161,522 20
83,934
2 50
100 00
4,201 86
75 06
48
69 74
64 40
272 22
100 00
63 42
269 24
1,000 00
155 90
250 00
1,500 00
87 36
1,497 30
8 62
50 00
35 80
Over-
Expended.
1,479 78
87,946 12
$   27 25
27 25
25 98
'272'is
171 22
270 00
81,323 S.r
Audit Office,
23rd November, 1903.
J. A. ANDERSON,
Auditor-General. 3 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B 153
UNPROVIDED   ITEMS
IN EXPENDITURE FOli THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED 30th JUNE, 1903.
STATEMENT of Expenditures on Services which have exceeded their Appropriations, from
1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903, and for which over-expenditure the sanction of
Parliament is required.
I.—Public Debt.
Interest 	
Discount and Commission.
II,—Civil Government (Salaries).
Temporary Assistance	
IV.—Legislation.
Expenses of Elections.
Contingent Fund	
VI.—Hospitals and Charities.
Grant to Hospitals	
In aid of Destitute Poor and Sick.
VII.—Administration oi? Justice (other than Salaries).
Special Constables	
VIII.—Education.
Education Office.
Normal School . .
IX. —Transport.
Travelling- Expenses of Officers on Duty	
XI.—Revenue Services.
Commission, Courts of Appeal, Travelling- Expenses and Miscellaneous.
XII.—Public Works.
Works and Buildings.
Hospital for the Insane (construction)	
Do u (general requirements and repairs) ...
Furniture for Government Offices throughout the Province.
Public Schools throughout the Province	
Government House.
Improving grounds and fencing	
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.
North Victoria District	
Westminster District (Chilliwhack Riding)..
Yale District (North Riding)	
Do (East Riding)	
Lillooet District (West Riding)	
Cariboo District         	
East Kootenay District (South Riding-)	
West ii (Revelstoke Riding).
Cariboo Main Trunk Road	
Dewdney Trunk Road and Pitt River Ferry.
Carried fonvard.
$359 39
360 64
175 53
100 20
127 15
530 15
639 18
243 39
17 57
49 16
1,080 28
829 02
55 00
445 01
185 35
4,548 83
2 25
8 55
49
50
5 54
29
6 08
02
3 44
Total.
227 35
1,080 28
37 43
27 25
$9,810 53 B 154
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
SERVICE.
Brought forward.
XII.—Public Works.—Concluded.
XIII.—Miscellaneous.
Advertising	
Postage and Expressage	
Telephone Service   	
Fuel and Light	
Refunds	
Destruction of Wolves, Panthers and Coyotes 	
Miscellaneous (not detailed in Estimates)	
Interest on deposits, " Suitors' Fund Act, 1890 "	
Gratuity to Superintendent of Reformatory on his retirement .
26 98
272 13
98
34 28
376 04
3 50
169 19
171 22
270 00
$9,810 53
$11,133 85
Audit Office,
23rd November, 1903.
J. A. ANDERSON,
Auditor-General. 3 Ed. 7       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
B 155
Lapsed Balances of appropriations.
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED 30th JUNE, 1903.
STATEMENT of Balances of Appropriations at the credit of the following services, for the
Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1903, which lapsed by authority of "An Act for granting
certain Sums of Money for the Public Service of the Province of British Columbia."
SERVICE.
I.—Public Debt.
Sinking Fund	
Premium and Exchang
II.—Civil Government (Salaries).
Lieutenant-Governor's Office	
Provincial Secretary's Department	
Department of Mines	
Department of Finance and Agriculture	
Lands and Works Department	
Attorney-General's Department   	
Land Registry Offices .  	
Timber Inspectors   	
Legislative Library	
Assessor's Office, Victoria    	
Administrative Staff, Alberni Agency	
Do. New Westminster Agency.
Do. West Kootenay Agencies .
Do. Cariboo Agencies	
Do. Cassiar Agencies	
-Administration of Justice (Salaries).
Supreme and County Courts	
Stipendiary Magistrates	
Provincial Police	
Administrative Staff, Victoria Gaol	
Do. New Westminster Gaol
Do. Nanaimo Gaol	
Do. Vernon Gaol	
IV.- Legislation.
Registration of Voters..  	
V.—Public Institutions (Maintenance).
Victoria....
Printing Office,
Bureau of Mines, n      	
Provincial Museum,     m      	
Hospital for the Insane, New Westminster.
Frovincial Home, Kamloops   	
Hospitals and Charities.
In aid of Resident Physician, Clinton
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Quesnel Forks . .
Lillooet	
West Okanagan.
Atlin	
Salmon Arm .   .
-Administration of Justice (other than Salaries):
Summoning and paying Jurors and Witnesses	
Prosecution and Interpreters	
Expenses of Inquests	
Rewards	
Keep of Prisoners  	
Rents	
Transport of Constables and Prisoners	
Medical Officers at Gaols	
Allowance to Sheriffs 	
Constitutional Litigation and general Law Costs...
Miscellaneous	
VIII.—Education.
Inspection of Schools	
Education of Deaf and Dumb	
Capitation grant to City Districts	
Teachers' Salaries and incidental Expenses
IX.—Transport.
Charges on Remittances .
Balances.
313 20
2,492 00
25 00
1,820 35
273 35
68 35
55 83
33 35
900 00
L,380 00
130 00
40 00
144 90
61 34
96 00
72 00
248 44
1,212 00
331 70
1,188 34
478 00
204 00
130 00
153 00
1,966 40
11 43
329 04
192 31
1,826 62
716 33
500 00
230 20
500 00
300 00
12 79
300 00
7,391 40
1,178 77
425 75
890 00
3,711 26
409 75
2,591 53
100 00
47 20
1,142 77
1,362 05
880 84
151 35
5,767 66
10,263 42
Carried forward.
$2,805 20
i,347 91
3,697 04
1,966 40
3,075 73
19,250 48
17,063 27
53 33
55,108 35 B 156
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1903.
SERVICE.
Brought forward.
XII.—Public Works.
Works and Buildings.
Repairs to Government Buildings throughout the Province	
Provincial Home, Kamloops	
Improvement and care of Government Grounds, Victoria	
Do. n Reserves (various districts)	
Government House, Victoria (completion and furniture)	
Court House, Vancouver (repairs and care of grounds)	
Do. Chilliwhack (construction of vault, etc.)	
Do. Greenwood (construction and furniture)	
Preparing plans and specifications for proposed Court House, Nelson....
Gaol at Vernon (completion)   	
Purchase of building and equipment, Horsefly' Mining Recorder's Office .
Fish Hatchery (construction and maintenance)	
Reformatory, Vancouver	
Gaols throughout the Province	
Lock-ups n 	
Lock-up, Fernie	
Do.      Ladysmith	
Protection Works, Kicking Horse River	
Government House, Victoria.
Repairs to Building-
Furniture 	
Fuel and Light
Water	
Miscellaneous	
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.
South Victoria District	
Esquimalt n	
Cowichan n      	
Alberni n      	
North Nanaimo     n      	
South Nanaimo     n      	
Nanaimo City        n     (outside of Municipal limits) .
Comox ii      	
Vancouver Island Main Trunk Road	
Westminster   District, Richmond Riding	
Dewdney
Delta
West
East
North
Slocan
Nelson
Rossland
Do.
Do.
Yale
Lillooet
East Kootenay
West Kootenay
Do.
Do.
Cassiar 11      	
Lillooet-Lytton Main Trunk Road	
Barnet-Hastings Road	
Contribution towards building Bridge, Extension ...
Bridge across Fraser River at Chimney Creek	
Bridges generally	
Wharves      n
Ferry Subsidy, Columbia River, near Smith Creek . .
Do. Churn Creek, East and West Lillooet.
Do. Soda Creek, Cariboo	
Contingencies	
Surveys.
Surveys throughout the Province	
XIII.—Miscellaneous.
Stationery         	
Telegrams	
Library, Legislative 	
Do.       Departmental	
Do.      Travelling	
Premium on Guarantee Bonds	
In aid of Farmers' Institutes	
Board of Examiners, " Land Surveyors' Act"	
Board of Horticulture, travelling expenses, etc	
In aid of communication with remote settlements	
Lithographing Maps	
Provincial Board of Health, including salaries	
Grant towards purchase of land for Drill Hail site, Vancouver.
Coal Miners' Examinations	
Permanent Exhibit of Agricultural Products, Vancouver	
School of Mines, Rossland	
Specimens of fish, etc., for Agent-General's Office, London.. ..
Expenses in connection with Coronation	
Commission on Coal Mines	
Superannuation allowances	
Agent-General's Office, London	
Immigration	
Balances.
254 12
300 00
958 20
1,161 20
211 34
1,614 25
500 00
97
750 00
18 12
79 60
58 48
7 04
700 29
3,437 50
03
312 50
3 57
443 89
87 19
406 70
92 75
58 85
8 32
8 04
98 11
2 24
32 96
905 02
28
18 92
156 96
58
69
2 50
38
10 36
11
57 94
29 07
106 34
172 37
2,000 00
3 01
116 40
1 98
200 00
2 50
100 00
164 98
787 28
128 31
13
125 39
48
69 74
85
64 40
272 22
100 00
63 43
269 24
1,000 00
155 90
250 00
1,500 00
87 36
1,497 30
8 52
50 00
35 80
1,479 78
Total.
$55,108 35
10,367 26
1,089 38
4,201 86
7,946 12
$78,788 03
Audit Office, 83rd November, 1903.
J. A.
ANDERSON,
A uditor-General.

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