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 1 Geo. 5
Estimates (1911-12).
E 1
ESTIMATE OF REVENUE AND RECEIPTS
OF  THE   PROVINCE   OF
BRITISH   COLUMBIA,
FOR  THE
Fiscal Year ending 31st March, 1912.
Heads of Receipt.
Dominion of Canada :—
Annual payment of Interest @ 5 per cent..    $    29,151 06"|
Do Subsidy to Government and Legislature      180,000 00
Do Grant per capita on 350,000 (estimated)     280,000 00
Do for lands conveyed     100,000 00
Do "B. N. A. Act, 1907"     100,000 00J
Land Sales	
Land Revenue	
Survey Fees	
Rents (exclusive of Land)	
Timber Leases	
Timber Licences    	
Timber Royalties	
Free Miners' Certificates	
Mining Receipts, General	
Licences, Trade and Liquor	
Do        Game	
Fines and Fees of Court	
Probate Fees 	
Succession Duty	
Law Stamps  	
Sale of Government Property  	
Registry Fees	
Marriage Licences	
Revenue Tax	
Real Property Tax	
Personal Property Tax	
Land Taxes—Wild Land, Coal and Timber Lands	
Income Tax    	
" Dyking Assessment Act, 1905 " (Interest on fixed capital)	
Mineral Tax	
Tax on unworked Crown-granted Mineral Claims	
Registered Taxes (all denominations)	
Tax Sale Deeds	
Revenue Service Refunds	
Printing Office	
Bureau of Mines	
Hospital for the Insane	
Provincial Home	
Royalty and Tax on Coal	
Traffic Tolls, New Westminster Bridge	
Reimbursements for Keep of Prisoners	
Interest on Investment of Sinking Funds	
Interest, Miscellaneous	
Chinese Restriction Act (Act 1884, Dominion Statutes)	
Fishery and Cannery Licences	
Log Scaling Fees	
Boiler Inspection and Examination Fees	
Miscellaneous Receipts	
Total.
Amount.
$ 689,151 06
2,000,000 00
200,000 00
15,000 00
100 00
85,000 00
1,800,000 00
300,000 00
50,000 00
90,000 00
60,000 00
8,000 00
25,000 00
15,000 00
100,000 00
25,000 00
1,000 00
350,000 00
15,000 00
250,000 00
325,000 00
190,000 00
250,000 00
170,000 00
27,250 00
100,000 00
40,000 00
100 00
500 00
1,000 00
SO,000 00
1,000 00
25,000 00
1,000 00
200,000 00
22,000 00
1,000 00
65,000 00
200,000 00
300,000 00
30,000 00
25,000 00
20,000 00
40,000 00
8,192,101 06 E 2
Estimates (1911-12).
1911
ESTIMATE   OF   EXPENDITURE.
SUMMARY
OF  THE
Estimated Expenditure for the Fiscal Year ending 31st March, 1912.
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II.
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VII.
H
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L
XI.
M
XII.
XIII
Service.
Public Debt	
Civil Government (Salaries)	
Administration of Justice (Salaries) 	
Legislation	
Public Institutions (Maintenance) 	
Hospitals and Charities	
Administration of Justice (other than Salaries)  	
Education   	
Transport	
Revenue Services	
Public Works:—
Works and Buildings  $1,633,220 00
Roads, Streets, and Wharves  2,842,000 00,
Bridges  860,390 00
Ferries  38,630 00
Subsidies to Steamboats  8,750 00
Contingencies  125,000 00
Miscellaneous	
Total	
Note.—Under authority of "Shuswap Railway Guarantee Act,
1890," and "Nakusp and Slocan Railway Aid Act, 1894,"
provision has to be made for paying interest on Shuswap
and Okanagan, and Nakusp and Slocan Railway Bonds, in
excess of earnings, and under authority of "Victoria and
Sidney Railway Subsidy Act, 1892," for paying interest on
Victoria and Sidney Railway Bonds (approximately) $30,000 00
Amount.
$ 527,869 11
914,732 00
31,220 00
71,070 00
191,400 00
407,350 00
233,850 00
848,946 00
63,000 00
45,000 00
5,507,990 00
2,192,962 64
11,035,389 75 1 Geo. 5
Estimates (1911-12).
E 3
Estimates of Expenditure
OF   THE   PROVINCE   OF
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
FOE  THE
Fiscal Year ending Slst March, 1912.
I.—PUBLIC   DEBT.
To be Voted per Statement (A)        .... $527,869.11
No. of
Vote.
Interest 	
Sinking Fund	
Premium and Exchange ...
Discount and Commission
Redemption of Debentures
Estimated for
Service ending
31st Mar., 1912.
332,912 53
182,796 58
3,000 00
5,160 00
4,000 00
Total.
$527,869 11
SERVICE.
I._PUBLIC DEBT.
Details.
Vote No.  1.—Interest.
'Loan Act, 1887."—12 months' Interest, @ 4J percent, on Debentures of
£78,600, payable in London, England, 30th June and 31st December, 1911
= £3,537	
"Loan Acts, 1891, 1893. 1895, 1S99 and 1902."—12 months'Interest @ 3 per
cent, on the amount of Inscribed Stock, viz., £2,045,760, payable in
London, England, 30th June and 31st December, 1911 = £61,372 16s	
"Loan Act, 1903."—12 months' Interest @ 5 per cent, on $12,000, payable in
Victoria on 1st September, 1911, and 1st March, 1912	
Dyking Debentures :—12 months' interest on $500,000 @ 'i\ per cent., payable
in Victoria, 1st July, 1911  and 1st January,  1912	
Vote No. 2.—Sinking Fund.
"Loan Act, 1887."—2J per cent, per annum on £78,600, payable in London,
England, 30th June and 31st December, 1911 = £1,768 10s	
"Loan Acts, 1891, 1893, 1895, 1899 and 1902"—1 per cent, per annum on
Inscribed Stock, £2,045,760, payable in London, England, 30th June
and 31st December, 1911 =£20,457 12s	
Investment of Dividends on above Loans	
Dyking Debentures :—
Acts,   1897  and 1898-99—2 per cent,   annually  on
Victoria, 1st July, 1911, and 1st January, 1912 .
,000   payable  in
Carried forward.
To be now
Voted.
$17,154 45
297,658 08
600 00
17,500 00
8,577 22
99,219 36
65,000 00
10,000 00
Total.
332,912 53
182,796 58
$515,709 11 E 4
Estimates (1911-12).
1911
I.—PUBLIC DEBT.—Concluded.
SERVICE.
To be now
Voted.
Total.
$515,709 11
Vote No. 3.—Premium and Exchange.
$3,000 00
3,000 00
Vote No. 4.—Discount and Commission.
1 per cent. Commission for payment of Interest on Loan of 1887 (approximate).
J per cent. Commission to Loan Trustees on sums annually invested (approximate)
Annual Commission for inscribing and paying Interest on Inscribed Stock, £800
180 00
1,000 00
3,880 00
100 00
5,160 00
Vote No. 5.—Redemption of Debentures.
"Loan Act, 1903."—Redemption of Debentures, payable at Victoria, 1st March,
1912 ..              	
4,000 00
4,000 00
$527,869 11 1 Geo. 5
Estimates (1911-12).
E 5
II.—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).
Tobe Voted per Statement (B) $914,732.00
No. of
Vote.
10
11
12
13
14
15
B
Lieutenant-Governor's Office	
Premier's Office	
Provincial Secretary's Department ....
Department of Mines	
Department of Finance and Agriculture
Lands Department  	
Public Works Department	
Department of Railways	
Attorney-General's Department	
Government Agencies	
Estimated for
Service ending
31st Mar., 1912.
$ 1,800 00
6,240 00
207,146 00
32,972 00
83,528 00
98,304 00
74,884 00
3,600 00
261.274 00
144,984 00
Total.
$914,732 00
IL—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Continued.
SERVICE.
II.—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).
Vote No. 6.—Lieutenant Governor's Office.
Private Secretary 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $150 00
Vote No. 7.—Premier's Office.
Annual allowance to Premier 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912	
Secretary to Premier 12       „ ,, $175 00
Clerk and Stenographer 12        ,, „ 75 00
Messenger 12        ,, ,, 20 00
Vote No. 8.—Provincial Secretary's Department.
Provincial Secretary 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $500 00
236 66
175 00
124 33
95 00
each 80 00
80 00
64 00
43 00
Total, $17,736
Deputy Provincial Secretary 12
Sanitary Inspector 12
Chief Clerk 12
Clerk 12
Two Clerks 12
Postal Clerk 12
Junior Clerk 12
Do 12
Provincial Board of Health.
Secretary 12 months to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $300 00
Bacteriologist 12       „ ,, 100 00
Clerk 12        ,, ,, 75 00
Stenographer and Typist 12       ,, ,, 54 00
Total, $6,348
Provincial Museum.
Curator  .12 months, to 31st March, 1912, @$143 00
Assistant Curator 12        ,, ,, 97 00
Second  Assistant 12        ,, ,, 39 00
Janitor 12       ,, ,, 77 00
Total, $4,272
Carried forward	
To be now
Voted.
6,000
2,840
2,100
1,492
1,140
1,920
960
768
516
3,600
1,200
900
648
1,716
1,164
468
924
$2S,356
Total.
$1,800 00
6,240 00
3,040 OO E 6
Estimates (1911-12).
1911
II.—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Continued.
SERVICE.
To be now
Voted.
Total.
$28,356
$8,040 00
Vote No. 8.—Provincial Secretary's Department.—Continued.
Provinical Home,
Kamloops.
 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $80 00
960
 12
45 00
540
Nurse and Attendant .
 12
55 00
660
Cook	
 12
55 00
660
 12
60 00
Total, $3,540
720
Printing Office.
King's Printer & Cont'r
of Stationery. 12 months, to 31st March, 1912, @$236 66
2,840
Chief Clerk	
 12
173 33
2,080
Clerk	
 12
85 00
1,020
Do	
 12
60 00
720
 12
120 00
1,440
Stenographer and Proof-reader 12
95 00
1,140
Assistant                        ,
,             12
„                       ,,                       55 00
660
 12
105 00
1,260
Mail Clerk	
 12
75 00
900
 12
75 00
900
Foreman of Composing-
155 00
1,860
Chief Linotype Operate
r 12
130 00
1,560
Three Linotype Operat
,,           each 120 00
4,320
 12
107 00
1,284
 12
130 00
1,560
 12
117 00
1,404
 12
,,           each 117 00
5,616
 12
„   107 00
2,568
 12
„   102 00
2,448
 12
„                      50 00
600
Do	
 12
35 00
420
Foreman of Press-room
 12
„                        ,,                      155 00
1,860
 12
each 110 00
3,960
 12
107 00
1,284
 12
„                      65 00
780
 , 12
55 00
660
Do	
 12
35 00
420
 12
50 00
600
Do.
 12
50 00
600
Do.
 12
35 00
Total, $47,184
420
Hook-binding Branch.
 12 m
onths, to 31stMarch, 1912, @ $145 00
„    •                 „                    100 00
1,740
1,200
 12
 12
97 00
1,164
   12
95 00
95 00
1,140
1,140
Do	
 12
Do	
 12
95 00
1,140
Do	
   12
90 00
1,080
 12
90 00
1,080
 12
50 00
600
Do	
 12
40 00
480
 12
90 00
1,080
 12
50 00
600
Do.             	
   12
50 00
600
Do.             	
   12
■50 00
600
Do.            	
. .    12
40 00
480
Do.            	
 12
40 00
480
Do.             .   ...
 12
40 00
480
Do.             	
   12
35 00
420
Total, $15,504
$94,584
$8,040 00 1 Geo. 5
Estimates (1911-12).
E 7
IL—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Continued.
SERVICE.
Brought fonvard	
Vote No. 8.—Provincial Secretary's Department.—Continued.
Hospital for the Insane.
New Westminster.
Medical Superintendent 12 months, I
Assistant do.  12
Bursar 12
Assistant Bursar 12
Analyst 12
Steward 12
Engineer  12
Painter    12
Gardener 12
Farmer 12
Carpenter   12
Plasterer and Mason 12
Tailor 12
Baker   12
Shoemaker 12
Plumber 12
Cook 12
Chief male attendant 12
Matron 12
Fireman and Assistant Engineer 12
Fireman 12
Nightwatchman 12
Two Nightwatchmen 12
Nightwatchman 12
Laundryman 12
Superintendent of Farm 12
do.
12
12
12
12
12
Assistant
Attendant,
Do.
Do.
Cook, Farm
Teamster 12
Cattleman    12
Stableman 12
Porter   12
Charge Attendant 12
Do.  12
Five Attendants 12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
Two
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Three
Do.
Eight
Do.
Ten
Do.
Four
Do.
Mess Room Orderly  12
Music Instructor 12
Charge Nurse 12
Do 12
Do 12
Nurse Attendant 12
Do.  12
Do.  12
Do.  12
Carried forward .
rch, 1912, @ $226 66
2,720
160 00
1,920
139 00
1,668
90 00
1,080
87 00
1,044
85 00
1,020
80 00
960
75 00
900
80 00
960
80 00
960
75 00
900
75 00
900
67 50
810
80 00
960
50 00
600
75 00
900
90 00
1,080
82 00
984
100 00
1,200
77 00
924
60 00
720
54 00
648
each 52 00
1,248
51 00
612
77 00
924
100 00
1,200
80 00
960
55 00
660
53 00
636
51 00
612
52 00
624
52 00
624
55 00
660
55 00
660
„         42 00
504
62 00
744
60 00
720
each 53 00
3,180
„  52 00
1,248
51 00
612
50 00
600
46 00
552
each 50 00
1,800
,,42 00
4,032
„  41 00
4,920
„      ,,  40 00
1,920
53 00
636
20 00
240
40 00
480
32 00
384
31 00
372
35 00
420
34 50
414
33 00
396
31 00
372
To be now
Voted.
Total.
$94,584
,040 00
$152,408
3,040 00 E 8
Estimates (1911-12).
1911
IL—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Continued.
SERVICE.
Brought forward	
Vote No. 8.—Provincial Secretary's Department.—Concluded.
Hospital for the Insane.—Concluded.
New Westminster.—Concluded.
Four Nurse Attendants 12 months, to 31st Mar. ,1912, ea. @ $29 50
Two   Do. 12       „ ,, each   28 50
Do.  12       ,, „ 27 50
Do.  12       „ „ 27 00
Do.  12       „ „ 26 00
Do.  12       „ ,, 25 00
38 00
15 00
each 20 83
Tailoress 12
Housemaid     12
Two Chaplains 12
Vernon Branch.
Superintendent 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $95 00
Chief Attendant 12        ,, ,, 67 50
2nd           do        12       „ „ 65 00
3rd           do          12       „ „ 65 00
Cook 12       „ „ 67 50
Nightwatchman 12        ,, ,, 65 00
Medical attendant 12        „ ,, 50 00
Education Department.
Education Office.
Total, $68,026
Superintendent of Education 12 months, to 31st March, 1912, @ $275 00
Secretary  „ „ 152 66
Clerk  „ „ 63 00
Do     „ „ 39 00
Free Text-book Branch.
Officer in Charge 12months, to 31stMarch, 1912, @ $186 66
Assistant     do 12        ,, ,, 83 33
Clerk 12        ,, „ 5100
Inspection of Schools.
Inspector of High Schools    12 months, to 31st March, 1912,
Two Inspectors of Schools   12
Three do.    12
Two do    12
Two do    12
Inspec'r of Manual Training Schools, 12
each
5195 00
178 33
173 33
168 33
160 00
163 33
Provincial Normal School.
Principal 12 months, to 31st March, 1912, @ $206 66
Assistant Master 12
Do  12
Drawing Master 12
Instructor in Nature Study 12
Engineer and Janitor 12
Assistant Janitor   12
Carried forward .
Total, $44,536
200 00
190 00
160 00
83 33
77 00
52 00
To be now
Voted.
$152,408
1,416
684
330
324
312
300
456
180
500
1,140
810
780
780
810
780
600
3,300
1,832
756
468
2,240
1,000
612
2,340
4,280
6,240
4,040
3,840
1,960
2,480
2,400
2,280
1,920
1,000
924
624
Total.
3,040 00
207,146 00
$215,186 00 1 Geo. 5
Estimates (1911-12).
E 9
IL—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Continued.
SERVICE.
Brought forward	
Vote No. 9.—Department of Mines.
Minister of Mines 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $500 00
Deputy Minister of Mines 12 „ „ 24166
Mineralogist 12 „ „ 29166
Chief Clerk 12 „ ,, 138 66
Clerk 12 „ „ 85 00
Do    12 „ „ 63 00
Assistant Mineralogist and Assayer ..12 ,, ,, 166 66
Assistant Assayer 12 ,, ,, 114 00
Caretaker and Janitor  12 ,, ,, 77 00
Chief Inspector of Metalliferous and
Coal-mines     12 „ ,, 215 00
Stenographer and Typist to do 12 ,, ,, 50 00
Two Inspectors of Metalliferous and
Coal-mnes    12 „ „ each    170 00
Three                 „                       „           12 „ „ „      155 00
Vote No. 10.—Department or Finance and Agriculture.
Treasury.
Minister of Finance and Agriculture.. 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $500 00
241 66
160 00
150 00
150 00
113 00
85 00
75 00
Deputy Minister of Finance 12
Inspector of Trust Companies 12
Clerk 12
Do 12
Do 12
Do 12
Do.  and Typist 12
Audit Office.
Auditor-General 12 months, to 31st M ■ r., 1912, @ $241 66
Auditor 12       ,, ,, 186 66
Clerk 12        „ ,, 125 00
Do 12       ,, ,, 95 00
Do 12       ,, ,, 10100
Do 12       „ „ 90 00
Inspector of Offices and Financial Inspector of Hospitals 12        ,, ,, 241 66
Assistant to do  12        ,, ,, 109 00
Total, $31,976
Surveyor of Taxes and Inspector of Revenue.
Surveyor and Inspector 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $226 66
Clerk and Typist 12        ,, ,, 75 00
Assessor, Vancouver Island 12        ,, ,, 164 00
Do.        Kootenay 12       ,, „ 149 00
Total, $7,376
Assessor's Office, Victoria.
Assessor 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $157 00
Clerk 12       „ „ 100 00
Do 12       „ „ 80 00
Statistical Bureau. Total, $4,044
Secretary to Statistical Bureau 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $156 66
Clerk 12       ,,    ' „                     10100
Stenographer      12        ,, ,,                        60 00
Junior Clerk 12        ,, „                        55 00
Messenger 12        „ „                        20 00
Do 12       „ ,,                       20 00
Total, $4,952
Carried forward .
To be now
Voted.
6,000
2,900
3,500
1,664
1,020
756
2,000
1,368
924
2,580
600
4,080
5,580
6,000
2,900
1,920
1,800
1,800
1,356
1,020
900
2,900
2,240
1,500
1,140
1,212
1,080
2,900
1,308
2,720
900
1,968
1,788
1,884
1,200
960
1,880
1,212
720
660
240
240
$48,348
Total.
$215,186 00
32,972 00
$248,158 00 E 10
Estimates (1911-12).
1911
IL—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Continued.
SERVICE.
Brought forward	
Vote No. 10.—Department of Finance and Agriculture.—Concluded.
Agricultural Branch.
Deputy Minister of Agriculture 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912,
Live Stock Commissioner 12
Horticulturist & Assistant Inspector.. 12
Two Assistant Inspectors 12
Three do  12
Chief Instructor in poultry-raising ... 12
Instructor in do. ... 12
Inspector of Fruit Pests 12
Assistant Inspector of Fruit Pests.... 12
Do. do .... 12
Do. do ....12
Two Inspectors of Animals 12
Two do  12
Dairy Inspector 12
Two Clerks     12
Clerk 12
Junior Clerk and Typist 12
Stenographer and Typist. •.    12
Junior Clerk 12
Stenographer and Typist, Vancouver.. 12
General Assistant 12
$216 66
135 00
135 00
each 110 00
„ 100 00
125 00
100 00
160 00
119 00
113 00
95 00
130 00
125 00
125 00
106 00
75 00
each
each
Vote No. 11.—Lands Department.
Chief Commissioner 12 months, to 31st M
Deputy Commissioner 12 ,,
Clerk to Chief Commissioner  12 „
Stenographer to Chief Commissioner .12 ,,
Chief Clerk 12
Book-keeper 12 „
Two Clerks 12
Clerk and Mining Recorder 12 ,,
Clerk  12
Total, $35,180
63 00
50 00
43 00
60 00
75 00
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Six Clerks 12
Clerk   12
Stenographer and Typist 12
Two do  12
Junior Clerk 12
Do 12
Surveyor-General  12
Draughtsman     12
Do.  12
Do 12
Two draughtsmen 12
Draughtsman 12
Do 12
Do 12
Four draughtsmen 12
Draughtsman 12
Clerk and Typist 12
Junior Clerk 12
Do 12
1912, @ $500 00
255 00
113 00
71 00
182 33
160 00
each 136 00
125 00
125 00
122 00
107 00
100 00
95 00
85 00
each    75 00
70 00
71 00
each   50 00
48 00
35 00
196 66
166 66
150 00
115 00
each 101 00
95 00
88 00
82 00
each   80 00
75 00
95 00
60 00
35 00
Total, $57,200
Carried forward.
To be now
Voted.
$48,348
2,600
1,620
1,620
2,640
3,600
1,500
1,200
1,920
1,428
1,356
1,140
3,120
3,000
1,500
2,544
900
756
600
516
720
900
6,000
3,060
1,356
852
2,188
1,920
3.264
1,500
1,500
1,464
1,284
1,200
1,140
1,020
5,400
840
852
1,200
576
420
2,360
2,000
1,800
1,380
2,424
1,140
1,056
984
3,840
900
1,140
720
420
Total.
$248,158 00
83,528 00
57,200
$331,686 00 1 Geo. 5
Estimates (1911-12).
E 11
IL—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Continued.
SERVICE.
Brought forward	
Vote No. 11.—Lands Department.—Concluded.
Irrigation Department.
Chief Water Commissioner 12 months to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $253 33
Clerk 12        ,, „ 95 00
Do 12       ,, ,, 75 00
Total, $5,140
Timber Inspectors.
Inspector    12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $200 00
Forest Ranger 12 ,, ,, 135 00
Assistant Inspector 12 ,, ,, 113 00
Do.              12 ., „ 106 00
Two Inspectors 12 ,, ,, each 101 00
Accountant 12 ,, ,, 106 00
Stenographer and Typist 12 ,, ,, 55 00
Log Scalers.
Total, $11,004
Supervisor      12 months, to 31st Mar
Two Assistants 12       ,, ,,
Fourteen Scalers 12        ,, ,,
Vote No. 12.-
1912,@ $ 50 00
„ each 140 00
„    125 00
Total, $24,960
Public Works Department.
Minister of Public Works 12 mor
Deputy Minister of Public Works.... 12
Stenographer to Minister 12
Public Works Engineer 12
Assistant Engineer 12
Do.  12
Do.  12
Supervising Architect 12
Draughtsman  12
Do 12
Chief Clerk 12
Clerk 12
Do 12
Do 12
Two Clerks 12
Junior Clerk 12
Do.
Do.
Do.
and Typist 12
.12
.12
ths, to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $500 00
200 00
69 00
225 00
166 66
166 66
150 00
166 66
150 00
125 00
166 66
94 00
88 00
80 00
each 75 00
59 00
51 00
39 00
35 00
Steam Boiler Inspection.
Total, $32,180
Chief Inspector 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $196 66
Clerk and Typist 12 „ ,, 80 00
Stenographer and Typist 12 ,, ,, 50 00
Inspector 12 ,, ,, 155 00
Two Inspectors  12 ,, ,, each 150 00
Inspector 12 ,, ,, 145 00
Two Inspectors 12 ,, ,, each 140 00
Two        do 12 ,, ,, ,,135 00
Two        do 12 ,, ,, .,130 00
New Westminster Bridge Service.
Superintendent 12 months, to 31st Mar.,
Three Towermen 12        ,, ,,
Carried forward	
Total, $20,840
1912, @ $130 00
each 87 33
To be now
Voted.
157,200
3,100
1,140
900
2,400
1,620
1,356
1,272
2,424
1,272
660
600
3,360
21,000
6,000
2,400
828
2,700
2,000
2,000
1,800
2,000
1,800
1,500
2,000
1,128
1,056
960
1,800
708
612
468
420
2,360
960
600
1,860
3,600
1,740
3,360
3,240
3,120
1,560
3,144
'$57,724
Total.
$331,686 00
98,304 00
$429,990 00 E 12
Estimates (1911-12).
1911
IL—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Continued.
SERVICE.
Brought forward	
Vote No. 13.—Public Works Department.—Concluded.
New Westminster Bridge Service.—Concluded.
Spare Towerman and Watchman 12 months, to 1st Mar., 1912,
Watchman 12        ,,
Do     12
Do 12
Do 12
Caretaker 12        ,,
$75 00
71 00
66 00
64 00
62 00
66 00
Total, $9,552
Parliament Buildings' Attendants.
Chief Janitor and Messenger 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @$104 00
Two Janitors   12
Janitor 12
Do    12
Do 12
Do 12
Two Janitors   12
Engineer  12
Carpenter 12
Nightwatchman 12
Usher 12
each
each
75 00
74 00
73 00
72 00
70 00
67 00
97 00
97 00
76 00
79 00
Vote No. 13.
Total, $12,312
-Department of Railways.
Chief Engineer 12 months to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $300 00
Vote No- 14.—Attorney-General's Department.
Attorney-General 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $500 00
Deputy Attorney-General 12 ,, ,, 291  66
Inspector of Legal Offices 12 „ ,, 200 00
Official Guardian     12 „ „ 100 00
Chief Clerk 12 ,, ,, 146 66
Clerk   12 ,, ,, 75 00
Clerk and Typist.    12 ,, „ 7100
Junior Clerk and Typist 12 ,, „ 35 00
Stenographer   12 „ ,, 49 00
Joint Stock Companies' Branch.
Total, $17,620
Registrar    12 months, to 31st Mar.
Clerk 12        ,,
Junior Clerk and Typist 12        ,,
Land Registry Offices.
Kamloops.
1912, @ $266 66
85 00
35 00
Total, $4,640
Registrar 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $173 33
Chief Clerk 12        „ ,,                      122 00
Clerk   12       „ „                      95 00
Do 12       ,, ,,                      85 00
Stenographer and Typist 12        ,, ,,                        45 00
Nelson.
Registrar 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $173 33
Chief Clerk  12        „ „                      107 00
Carried, forviard
Total.
$429,990 00
$31,868
74,884 00
3,600 00
,474 00 1 Geo. 5
Estimates (1911-12).
E 13
II.—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Continued.
SERVICE.
Brought forward	
Vote No.  14—Attorney-General's Department.—Continued.
Land Registry Offices.—Concluded.
Nelson. —Concluded.
Clerk 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $80 00
Typewriter 12        ,, „ 63 00
Janitor 12        ,, „ 50 00
New  Westminster.
Registrar 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912,® $184 33
Chief Clerk 12 ,, „ 125 00
Clerk 12 ,, „ •                   90 00
Do 12 ,, „ 85 00
Two Clerks, i. 12 ,, ,, each 75 00
Clerk and Stenographer    12 ,, ,, 70 00
Stenographer and Typist. 12 ,, ,, 50 00
Janitor 12 ,, ,, 50 00
Prince Rupert.
Registrar ...; 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $183 33
Chief Clerk.. 12        ,, „ 143 00
Clerk 12       ,, ,, 100 00
Vancouver.
Registrar 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $400 00
Chief Clerk 12 ,, „ 165 00
Clerk       12 ,, ,, 117 00
Do 12 ,, ,, 113 00
Do 12 „ ,, 110 00
Two Clerks 12 „ ,, each 101 00
Surveyor 12 ,, ,, 100 00
Clerk 12 „ ,, 95 00
Six Clerks 12 ,, „ each 85 00
Clerk j 12 ,, „ 80 00
Two Clerks 12 ,, ,, each 75 00
Junior Clerk and Stenographer 12 ,, ,, 60 00
Two Stenographers and Typists 12 ,, ,, each 55 00
Junior Clerk 12 „ „ 45 00
Victoria.
Registrar-General .12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912.
Chief Clerk 12
Clerk and Book-keeper   12        ,,
Two Clerks    12
Clerk   ..12
Do 12
Two Clerks 12
Clerk and Stenographer 12        ,,
Junior Clerk 12        ,,
$218 33
165 00
119 00
each 113 00
90 00
89 00
85 00
75 00
35 00
each
Supreme and County Courts.
Total, $68,024
Two Stenographers 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, each, i
Carried forward
112 00
To be now
Voted.
$31,868
960
756
600
2,212
1,500
1,080
1,020
1,800
840
600
600
2,200
1,716
1,200
4,800
1,9S0
1,404
1,356
1,320
2,424
1,200
1,140
6,120
960
1,800
720
1,320
540
2,620
1,980
1,428
2,712
1,080
1,068
2,040
900
420
Total.
$92,972
$508,474 00
$508,474 00 E 14
Estimates (1911-12).
1911
II.—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Coniinued.
SERVICE.
Brought forward    	
Vote No. 14.—Attorney-General's Department.—Continued.
Supreme and County Courts.—Concluded.
Nelson.
Registrar, Supreme & County Courts . 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, <
New Westminster.
Registrar, Supreme & County Courts.. 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, (
Clerk 12
Do 12        „
Janitor and Messenger 12        „ ,,
Rossland,.
. $136 00
00
85 00
60 00
64 00
Registrar, Supreme & County Courts.. 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $100 00
Janitor,         '           „           „            ..12 ,, ., 50 00
Vancouver.
Registrar, Supreme & County Courts. .12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $175 00
Deputy               „                   „             .12 „ „ 115 00
Clerk,                  ,,                    ,,              .12 „ ,, 115 00
Do 12 „ ,, 101 00
Do 12 ,, „ 70 00
Do 12 „ ,, 60 00
Do. and Stenographer 12 ,. ,, 60 00
Two Clerks 12 ,, ,, each 50 00
Stenographer and Typist     12 ,, ,, 50 00
Engineer for Court House 12 ,, ,, 125 00
Fireman 12 „ ,, 75 00
Elevator attendant 12 ,, ,, 60 00
Chief Janitor 12 ,, ,, 75 00
Janitor 12 ,, „ 59 00
Do      12 ,, ,, 55 00
Do.     and Gardener 12 ,, ,, 54 00
Night-watchman 12 ,, ,, 50 00
Victoria.
Registrar, Supreme Court 12 months, to 31st Mar.,
Registrar, County Court 12
Deputy, Supreme & County Courts .. 12
Clerk 12
Stenographer for Judges   12
Usher and Janitor 12
Assistant Janitor 12
Engineer and Assistant Janitor 12
Elevator attendant 12
1912,
! $193 66
143 00
102 00
54 00
85 00
82 00
60 00
61 00
61 00
Legislative Library.
Total, $37,400
Librarian 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $166 66
Cataloguer 12       „ „ 87 00
Junior Clerk and Typist  12        ,, ,, 45 00
Do         12       ,, ,, 39 00
Total, $4,052
Carried forward.
To be now
Voted.
$92,972
1,632
1,884
1,020
720
768
1.200
600
2,100
1,380
1,380
1,212
840
720
720
1.200
600
1,500
900
720
900
708
660
648
600
2,324
1,716
1,224
648
1,020
984
720
732
732
2,000
1,044
540
468
$131,736
Total.
,474 00
,474 00 I Geo. 5
Estimates (1911-12).
E 15
IL—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Continued.
SERVICE.
Brought forward	
Vote No. 14.—Attorney-General's Department.—Continued.
Fisheries Department.
Deputy Commissioner of Fisheries . . .12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @$250 00
Electrical Energy Inspection Act.
Inspector 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $208 33
Factories Act.
Inspector 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $145 00
Tramway Inspection Act.
Inspector 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $140 00
Game Act.
Game Warden. 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $158 33
Clerk 12       „ " ,, 77 00
Four Deputy Game Wardens 12       ,, ,, 80 00
Seven „ „  12 ,, 75 00
Provincial Police.
Superintendents Office.
Total, $12,964
Superintendent 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $180 00
Inspector : 12        „ „ 165 00
Clerk and Constable 12        ,, „ 95 00
Junior Clerk 12        ,, „ 59 00
Constable 12       „ „ 75 00
Atlin Police District.
Chief Constable, Atlin 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $100 00
Constable, Telegraph Creek 12        ,, „ 90 00
Boundary Police District.
Chief Constable, Greenwood 12 months, to 31st Ma:
Constable, Fairview 12
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Grand Forks 12
Hedley 12
Keremeos 12
Midway 12
Phoenix 12
Princeton 12
Rock Creek 12
1912, @ $96 00
77 00
77 00
77 00
77 00
77 00
76 00
76 00
77 00
Cariboo Police District.
To be now
Voted.
Constable, Fort George 12 months, to 31st Mar.,
Do.      Hanceville 12        ,, ,,
Do.      150-Mile House 12       ,, ,,
Do.      Quesnel 12       ,, ,,
Carried forward....
1912,
$131,736
3,000
2,500
1,740
1,680
1,900
924
3,840
6,300
2,160
1,980
1,140
708
900
1,200
1,080
1,152
924
924
924
924
924
912
912
924
Total.
$82 00
984
76 00
912
75 00
900
77 00
924
$175,028
,474 00
$508,474 00 E 16
Estimates (1911-12).
1911
IL—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Continued.
SERVICE.
Brought forward	
Vote No.  14.—Attorney-General's Department.—Continued.
Provincial Police.—Continued.
Hazelton Police District.
Chief Constable, Hazelton   12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, (
Constable, Aldermere 12        ,, „
Do.      Andimaul 12        ,, ,,
Do.      Hazelton 12        ,, ,,
Kamloops Police District.
Chief Constable,  Kamloops 12 month, to 31st Mar., 1912,
Constable, do  12        „ „
Do.      Savona 12        „ ,,
Do.      Shuswap 12        „ ,,
Kootenay (North-East) Police District.
Chief Constable, Goldon 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912,
Constable, Arrowhead 12
Do.      Athalmer 12
Do.      Camborne 12
Do.      Field   12
Do.      Revelstoke    12
Kootenay (South-East) Police District.
Chief Constable, Fernie 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, i
Constable, Coal Creek 12
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Corbin     12
Cranbrook 12
Elko 12
Fernie 12
Fort Steele 12
Hosmer.  12
Marysville 12
Michel 12
Moyie   12
New Michel 12
Wardner 12
Kootenay (West) Police District.
Chief Constable, Nelson 12 months, to 30th Mar. ,1912,
Constable, Creston 12
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Kaslo 12
Nakusp 12
Nelson 12
New Denver 12
Trail   12
Trout Lake 12
Ymir 12
Nanaimo-Gomox Police District.
Chief Constable, Nanaimo 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $105 00
Constable, Courtenay 12        ,, „
Do.      Cumberland 12        ,, „
Do.      Nanaimo 12       ,, „
Do.      South Wellington 12        „ „
Carried forward	
To be now
Voted.
$175,028
125 00
1,500
86 00
1,032
86 00
1,032
86 00
1,032
$96 00
1,152
76 00
912
76 00
912
75 00
900
$94 00
1,128
77 00
924
77 00
924
81 00
972
77 00
924
77 00
924
$92 00
1,104
76 00
912
75 00
900
77 00
924
77 00
924
75 00
900
62 00
744
76 00
912
76 00
912
77 00
924
76 00
912
75 00
900
77 00
924
$94 00
1,128
76 00
912
78 00
936
76 00
912
76 00
912
77 00
924
25 00
300
75 00
900
77 00
924
5105 00
1,260
75 00
900
77 00
924
76 00
912
77 00
924
$213,956"
Total.
,474 00
,474 00 1 Geo. 5
Estimates (1911-12).
E 17
IL—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Continued.
SERVICE.
Brought forward	
Vote No.   14.—Attorney-General's Department. — Continued.
Provincial Police.—Continued.
Skeena Police District.
Chief Constable, Prince Rupert    1? months, to 31st Mar.,
Constable, Bella Coola 12 ,,
Do.      Jedway 12 ,,
Do.      Kitselas 12 ,,
Do. ,,        12
Do.      Naas River 12 ,,
Do.      Port Essington 12 ,,
Do.      Port Simpson    12 ,,
Stewart    12 ,,
„        12
1912, i
Senior Constable,
Constable
I$125 00
55 00
. 77 00
77 00
76 00
86 00
76 00
76 00
100 00
86 00
Vancouver- Westminster Police District.
Chief Constable, Vancouver 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $110 00
Senior Constable, .      ,,  12
Two Constables, ,,  12       ,, ,, each
Constable, „  12        ,, ,,
Do.      Abbotsford 12       ., ,,
Do.      Alert Bay 12        ,,
Do.      Mission City 12        ,, ,,
Senior Constable, New Westminster .12        ,, ,,
Constable, ,, .12        ,, ,,
Do.      Port Moody 12        ,, „
Do.      Rock Bay 12        ,,
Do.      Van Anda      .12        ,,
Vernon Police District.
Chief Constable, Vernon    12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @ I
Constable, Enderby 12        ,, „
Do.      Kelowna  12        „ ,,
Victoria Police District.
Constable, Chemainus 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, i
Do.      Duncan        12        ,, „
Do.      Esquimalt 12        ,, ,,
Do.      Metchosin    12        ,, ,,
Do.      Salt Spring Island 12        ,, ,,
West Coast Police District.
Chief Constable, Alberni ,12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, i
Constable, Cape Scott 12        ,, ,,
Do.      Clayoquot 12        ,, ,,
Do.      Quatsino 12       ,, ,,
Do.      Ucluelet      12
86 00
77 00
75 00
76 00
77 00
77 00
86 00
75 00
75 00
80 00
77 00
|94 00
75 00
75 00
! $82 00
76 00
75 00
16 66
76 00
$90 00
12 50
77 00
30 00
30 00
Yale Police District.
Chief Constable, Ashcroft 12 months, to 31st Mar.,
Constable, Clinton 12        „
Do.     Lillooet 12       „
Do.      Lytton 12
Do.      Merritt 12
Carried forward .
1912,
, $96 00
75 00
76 00
77 00
77 00
To be now
Voted.
$213,986
1,500
660
924
924
912
1,032
912
912
1,200
1,032
1,320
1,032
1,848
900
912
924
924
1,032
900
900
960
924
1,128
900
900
984
912
900
200
912
1,080
150
924
360
360
,152
900
912
924
924
Total.
$251,062
,474 00
$508,474 00 E 18
Estimates (1911-12).
1911
IL—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Continued.
SERVICE.
Brought forward,	
Vote No.  14.—Attorney-General's Department.—Concluded.
Provincial Police.—Concluded.
Yale Police District.—Concluded.
Constable, Nicola  12 months, to 30th Mar., 1912, @ $76 00
Do.      North Bend    12        „ ,, 75 00
Do.      Yale 12       „ ,, 77 00
Total, $100,178
Industrial School.
Superintendent   12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $100 00
Gardener and Farm Instructor      12
School Teacher 12
Tailor and 1st Assistant 12
2nd Assistant 12
Shoemaker and 3rd Assistant 12
Carpenter and 4th Assistant 12
Cook 12
Matron and Housekeeper   12
Night-watchman     12
Total, $7,476
64 00
75 00
63 00
57 00
61 00
60 00
64 00
26 00
53 00
Vote No. 15.—Government Agencies.
Alberni Agency.
Government Agent & Deputy Assessor 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $129 00
Clerk 12 ,, ,, 80 00
Total, $2,508
Ashcroft Agency.
Government Agent and Assessor 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $157 00
Cariboo District Agencies.
Barkerville.
Government Agent 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $125 00
Clerk and Mining Recorder 12        „ ,, 80 00
Caretaker   12        ,, „ 10 00
Fort George.
Government Agent 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $155 00
Clerk and Mining Recorder 12        ,, ,, 106 00
Clerk and Stenographer 12        ,, ,, 80 00
150-Mile House.
Govt. Agent, Recorder & Dep. Assessor 12 mo's, to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $100 00
Total, $7,872
Cassiar Agencies.
Atlin.
Government Agent 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $195 00
Mining Recorder, Registrar, etc 12       „ ,, 130 00
Clerk 12        „ „ 100 00
Carried forward.
To be now
Voted.
$251,062
912
900
924
1,200
768
900
756
684
732
720
768
312
636
1,548
960
1,884
1,500
960
120
1,860
1,272
960
1,200
2,340
1,560
1,200
$17,364
Total.
,474 00
261,274 00
$769,748 00 1 Geo. 5
Estimates (1911-12).
E 19
IL—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Continued.
SERVICE.
Brought forward	
Vote No.  15.—Government Agencies.—Continued.
Cassiar Agencies.—Concluded.
Telegraph Creek.
Government Agent 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $135 00
Total, $6,720
Cumberland Agency.
Government Agent&Deputy Assessor, 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $140 00
Clerk 12        ,, ,, 75 00
Total, $2,580
Duncan Agency.
Government Agent & Deputy Assessor, 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $125 00
East Kootenay Agencies.
Cranbrook Agency.
Government Agent 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $150 00
Deputy Assessor and Collector 12
Clerk 12
Do 12
Do 12
Do 12
Two Clerks 12
Clerk and Stenographer 12
Janitor 12
136 00
107 00
90 00
70 00
65 00
each 60 00
60 00
50 00
Fernie Agency.
Government Agent,    12 months, to31st Mar., 1912,
Clerk and Registrar 12        ,, ,,
Clerk 12
Golden Agency.
Government Agent 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @ I
Mining Recorder & Dep. Assessor ... , 12        „ „
Clerk  12
Wilmer (Sub-Agency).
$125 00
101 00
80 00
!145 00
113 00
107 00
Mining Recorder, Registrar, &o 12 months, to Slst Mar., 1912, @ $106 00
Total, $19,500
Fairview Agency.
Government Agent 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $149 00
Mining Recorder and Assessor 12        ,, ,, 101 00
Clerk ....12       ,, ,, 90 00
Total, $4,080
Fort Fraser Agency.
Government Agent 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $135 00
Clerk and Mining Recorder 12        ,, ,, 90 00
Total, $2,700
Fort St. John Agency.
Government Agent     12 months to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $100 00
Carried forward	
To be now
Voted.
$17,364
1,620
1,680
900
1,500
1,800
1,632
1,284
1,080
840
780
1,440
720
600
1,500
1,212
960
1,740
1,356
1,284
1,272
1,788
1,212
1,080
1,620
1,080
1,200
i,544
Total.
$769,748 00
$769,748 00 E 20
Estimates (1911-12).
1911
IL—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Continued.
SERVICE.
To be now
Voted.
Total.
$50,544
$769,748 00
Vote No. 15.—Government Agencies.—Continued.
Grand Forks Agency.
Government Agent 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $125 00
Clerk 12       ,,                       „                      80 00
Total, $2,460
Greenwood Agency.
1,500
960
Government Agent & Mining Recorder. 12 months, to31st Mar., 1912, @ $130 00
Clerk and Janitor 12        „                        ,,                      100 00
Total, $2,760
Hazelton Agency.
1,560
1,200
Government Agent 12 months to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $157 00
Mining Recorder and Registrar    12        ,,                        „                        85 00
Assessor    12        ,,                        „                      100 00
Clerk    12        „                        „                        90 00
Do 12       ,,                       „                       85 00
1,884
1,020
1,200
1,080
1,020
720
Do. and Stenographer    12        ,,                        ,,                        60 00
Total, $6,924
Kamloops Agency.
Government Agent 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $143 00
1,716
1,212
1,020
900
720
Mining Recorder and Assessor, 12        „                        ,,                      101 00
Clerk   12        ,,                        „                        85 00
Do 12       „                       „                       75 00
Janitor   12       „                      „                      60 00
Total, $5,568
Lillooet District Agencies.
Clinton Agency.
Government Agent 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $130 00
Assistant        „          12        ,,                          ,,                        135 00
Clerk and Stenographer 12       „                       ,,                       67 00
1,560
1,620
804
Lillooet (Sub-Agency)
Assessor and Mining Recorder 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912,® $142 00
Total, $5,688
Nanaimo Agency.
1,704
Government Agent 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $140 00
Clerk 12        „                        „                        71 00
Deputy Assessor and Collector 12        ,,                        ,,                      150 00
Total, $5,532
Nicola Agency.
1,680
852
600
1,800
600
Government Agent and Assessor 12 months, to31stMar., 1912, @$129 00
Clerk  12       „                    „                      90 00
Total, $2,628
Princeton Agency.
1,548
1,080
Government Agent, Assessor, etc.... 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $114 00
1,3 68
$83,472
$769,748 00 1 Geo. 5
Estimates (1911-12).
E 21
IL—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Continued.
SERVICE.
Brought fonvard	
Vote No. 15.—Government Agencies.—Continued.
Skeena Agencies.
Government Agent, Prince Rupert.. .12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, i
Assessor and Collector    12
Clerk and Registrar 12
Clerk 12
Do 12
Do.  and Stenographer 12
Jedway (Sub-Agency).
Gold Commissioner, etc 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912,
Stewart (Sub-Agency).
$142 00
142 00
111 00
100 00
95 00
83 00
i$131 00
Mining Recorder, etc    12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $1
Total, $11,040
Vernon Agency.
16 00
Government Agent 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $150 00
Clerk 12
Mining Recorder and Assessor 12
Clerk  12
Janitor 12
West Kootenay Agencies.
Kaslo Agency.
Total, $6,012
80 00
131 00
90 00
50 00
Government Agent 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @
Mining Recorder and Deputy Assessor, 12        ,, ,,
Clerk 12
Clerk and Stenographer 12        ,, ,,
New Denver (Sub-Agewy).
Mining Recorder 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, (a
Trout Lake (Sub-Agency).
Mining Recorder    12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, (a
Nelson Agency.
Government Agent 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @
Mining Recorder and Deputy Assessor, 12
Clerk 12
Do 12
Do. and Stenographer 12
Stenographer and Typist 12
Janitor 12
Revelstoke Agency.
Government Agent 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912,
Mining Recorder 12        ,,
Clerk and Deputy Assessor 12        „ ,,
Janitor 12
Carried fonvard.
00
29 00
75 00
75 00
00
i $85 00
$157 00
129 00
106 00
82 00
70 00
50 00
60 00
$157 00
107 00
119 00
50 00
To be now
Voted.
$83,472
1,704
1,704
1,332
1,200
1,140
996
1,572
1,392
1,800
960
1,572
1,080
600
1,800
1,548
900
900
1,140
1,020
1,884
1,548
1,272
984
840
600
720
1,884
1,284
1,428
600
$120,876
Total.
,748 00
$769,748 00 E. 22
Estimates (1911-12).
1911
II.—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES)—Concluded.
SERVICE.
Brought forward	
Vote No. 15.—Government Agencies.—Concluded.
West Kootenay Agencies.—Concluded.
Rossland Agency.
Govt. Agent and Deputy Assessor 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $162 00
Mining Recorder 12        ,, ,, 122 00
Clerk 12        ,, ,, 106 00
Total, $25,032
Westminster District Agencies.
New  Westminster.
Government Agent 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $175 00
Assistant        „          12 ,, ,, 136 00
Clerk, 12 ,, „ 95 00
Do 12 ,, ,, 95 00
Assessor and Collector, 12 ,, ,, 150 00
Assistant               ,,            12 ,, ,, 119 00
Clerk 12 ,, ,, 100 00
Do 12 ,, ,, 85 00
Janitor and Messenger 12 ,, ,, 78 00
Vancouver (Sub-Agency).
Assessor & Collector 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $162 00
Clerk   12        ,, ,, 113 00
Do 12
Do 12
Do 12
Junior Clerk 12
Total, $19,428
101 00
75 00
75 00
60 00
To be now
Voted.
120,876
1,944
1,464
1,272
2,100
1,632
1,140
1,140
1,800
1,428
1,200
1,020
936
1,944
1,356
1,212
900
900
720
Total.
$769,748 00
144,984 00
$914,732 00
IIL—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (SALARIES).
Tobe Voted per Statement (C) •        •        $31,220.00
No. of
Vote.
16
17
18
Supreme and County Courts
Stipendiary Magistrates....
County Gaols	
Estimated for
Service ending
31st Mar., 1912.
$ 600 00
3,200 00
27,420 00
Total.
$31,220 00 1 Geo. 5
Estimates (1911-12).
E 23
III—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (SALARIES).-
-Conclude.d.
SERVICE.
III.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (SALARIES).
Vote No. 16.—Supreme and County Courts.
Chilliwhack.
Registrar, County Court 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912 @ $ 25 0(
Ladysmith.
Deputy Registrar 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $ 25 00
Vote No. 17.—Stipendiary Magistrates.
Additional to salary paid by the Dominion Government to one appointee as
County Court Judge, viz.:—
Stipendiary Magistrate, Nelson 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $41 66
Stipendiary Magistrates (provisional).. 12        ,, ,, ....
Vote No. 18.—County Gaols.
Kamloops Gaol.
Warden 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $100 00
Gaoler 12        ,, ,, 80 00
Do 12
Convict Guard 12
Do 12
Do 12
Nelson Gaol.
Total, $5,760
75 00
75 00
75 00
75 00
Warden 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $100 00
Gaoler 12        „ ,, 80 00
Do 12
Do 12
Convict Guard 12
Do 12
New   Westminster Gaol.
Total, $5,700
75 00
75 00
75 00
70 00
Warden 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $100 00
Gaoler 12        ,, ,, 80 00
Do 12
Convict Guard 12
Do 12
Do 12
Three Convict Guards 12
Matron 12
Victoria Gaol.
70 00
80 00
70 00
70 00
each 68 00
30 00
Total, $8,448
Warden       12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912, @ $100 00
Gaoler 12        ,, „ 80 00
Do 12
Do 12
Convict Guard 12
Do 12
Two Convict Guards 12
Matron    12
70 00
70 00
80 00
70 00
each 68 00
20 00
Total, $7,512
To be now
Voted.
$   300
300
500
2,700
1,200
960
900
900
900
900
1,200
960
900
900
900
840
1,200
960
840
960
840
840
2,448
360
1,200
960
840
840
960
840
1,632
240
Total.
600 00
3,200 00
27,420 00
$31,220 00 E 24
Estimates (1911-12).
1911
IV.—LEGISLATION.
To be Voted per Statement (Q)
171,070.00
No. of
Vote.
19 <^
20
21
22
23
24
LEGISLATION.
Details.
Mr. Speaker     Sessional, to 31st Mar., 1912,
Clerk of the House  ,,
Law Clerk  ,,
Sergeant-at-Arms  ,,
Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms  ,,
Doorkeeper  ,,
Messenger  ,,
8 Pages (@ $40)  „
Indemnity to Members (42@$1,200).
Mileage  ,,
Registration of Voters  ,
Expenses of Elections ,
Contingent Fund	
U,800
1,000
500
400
200
200
200
320
Estimated for
Service ending
31st Mar., 1912.
$4,620
50,400
7,200
2,850
1,000
5,000
Total.
$71,070 00
V.—PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).
Tobe Voted per Statement (E) $191,400.00
No. of
Vote.
25
26
27
28
29
30
Bureau of Mines	
Fisheries	
Hospital for the Insane, Coquitlam, New Westminster and Vernon
Printing Office, Victoria	
Provincial Home, Kamloops	
Provincial Museum	
Estimated for
Service ending
Slst Mar.,   1912.
5   4,000
19,500
83,150
68,150
14,600
2,000
Total.
$191,400 00
SERVICE.
To be now
Voted.
Total.
V.—PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).
Vote No. 25.—Bureau of Mines.
Maintenance.
Plant, material, and incidental expenses 12 months, to 31st March,
1912
$4,000
$4,000 00
Vote No. 26.—Fisheries.
1912
1912
9,500
10,000
Maintenance of hatchery, including workmen's wages, 12 mos., to Slst Mar.
19,500 00
Vote No. 27.—Hospital for the Insane.
Maintenance.
15,000
61,650
6,500
83,150 00
$106,650 00 1 Geo. 5
Estimates (1911-12).
E 25
V.—PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).—Concluded.
SERVICE.
Brought forward	
Vote No. 28.—Printing Office, Victoria.
Maintenance.
Extra assistance, Printing Office and Book-binding Branch,  including sessional
work and allowance for overtime	
Printing paper, material, and incidentals	
New machinery and plant    	
Vote No. 29.—Provincial Home, Kamloops.
Maintenance.
Provisions 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1912
Fuel and light    12
Water 12
Medicines  ....  12
Clothing 12
Furniture, bedding, &c 12
Transport 12
Medical Attendant   . .    12
Miscellaneous, including wages of Assistant Fireman and Watchman (during
parts of the year) 12 months, to 31st March,  1912
Vote No. 30.—Provincial Museum.
Maintenance.
Incidental and travelling expenses 12 months, to 31st March, 1912
To be now
Voted.
$12,000
38,000
18,150
7,500
3,000
200
500
1,000
600
400
400
1,000
2,000
Total.
$106,650 00
8,150 00
14,600 06
2,000 00
$191,400 00 E 26
Estimates (1911-12.)
1911
VI.—HOSPITALS AND CHARITIES.
To be Voted per Statement (f)
$407,350.00
No. of
Vote.
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
HOSPITALS AND CHARITIES.
Details.
Grants to Hospitals 12 months
Grants to Refuge. Homes, Aid Societies, &c         ,,
In aid of Resident Physician, Aldermere    ,,
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Alert Bay	
Atlin	
Bella Coola	
Chilcotin	
Clinton	
Fort George    ...
Fraser Lake	
Lillooet	
Massett	
Nakusp	
Nobles	
150-Mile House	
Princeton	
Quatsino    	
Queen Charlotte Islands
Rock Bay	
Salt Spring Island	
Telegraph Creek	
Trout Lake	
Van Anda	
West Coast 	
in Windermere District..
Do
Contingencies	
In aid of destitute poor and sick	
Assistance, building Hospitals (including $10,000 for Isolation H.)
Grant to Tuberculosis Sanitarium 	
Estimated for
Service ending
31st Mar., 1912.
$225,000
15,000
300
500
500
500
300
300
300
300
300
500
150
300
300
300
500
300
300
300
400
200
500
500
300
1,200
18,000
110,000
30,000
Total.
$407,350 00
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
To be Voted per Statement (Q) $233,850.00
No. of
Vote.
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
Details.
Summoning and paying Jurors and Witnesses	
Prosecution and Interpreters	
Expenses of Inquests	
Rewards	
Keep of Prisoners	
Special Constables	
Transport of Constables and Prisoners	
Medical Officers at Gaols (fixed allowances)	
Allowance to Sheriff's, do 	
Constitutional litigation and general law costs    	
Miscellaneous	
Estimated for
Service ending
Slst Mar., 1912.
$35,000
14,000
6,500
2,000
50,000
27,000
55,000
2.000
6,350
25,000
11,000
Total.
$233,850 00 1 Geo. 5
Estimates (1911-12).
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VIII.—EDUCATION.
To be Voted per Statement (H)
$848,946.00
No. of
Vote.
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
H
Education Office  	
Free Text-book Branch	
Inspection of Schools	
Provincial Normal School	
Education of Deaf and Dumb and Blind	
Night Schools	
Per capita Grant to City, Municipality and Rural School Districts, Schools
in E. and N. Railway Belt, and unforeseen requirements	
Estimated for
Service ending
Slst Mar., 1912.
$ 10,650
20,000
12,000
4,000
4,500
10,000
787,796
Total.
$848,946 00
SERVICE.
EDUCATION.
Details.
Vote No. 71.—Education Office.
Expenses of office      	
Board of Examiners of Public School Teachers, and expenses .
Examiners of High School entrance examination papers	
Vote No. 72.—Free Text-Book Branch.
Text-books, maps, globes, etc	
Vote No. 73.—Inspection of Schools.
Travelling expenses	
Vote No. 74.—Provincial Normal School.
Books, apparatus, and incidental expenses.
Mileage for Students .   .	
Vote No.  75.—Education of Deaf and Dumb and Blind.
Tuition, maintenance and travelling expenses, 12 months, to 31st March, 1912.
Vote No. 76.—Night Schools.
Salaries of Teachers and equipment, 12 months, to 31st March, 1912	
Vote No. 77.—Per Capita Grant to City, Municipality and Rural
School Districts.
Cities    12 months, to 31st March, 1912
Municipalities,      12        ,, ,, „
Rural School Districts,     12        ,, ,, ,,
Salaries of Teachers in Assisted Schools :—
12 months to 31st March, 1912, as detailed	
Salaries to Teachers of Schools in Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway Belt t
12 months to 31st March, 1912, as detailed	
Grant to Libraries	
Unforeseen requirements (approximate).
To be now
Voted.
$ 400
6,500
3,750
20,000
12,000
1,000
3,000
4,500
10,000
330,000
175,000
95,000
125,244
42,552
2,500
17,500
Total.
$10,650 00
20,000 00
12,000 00
4,000 00
4,500 00
10,000 00
787,796 00
$848,946 00 E 28
Estimates (1911-12).
1911
VIIL—EDUCATION—Continued.
Salaries op Teachebs in Assisted Schools.
Twelve Mos.
Salary.
$756
1,140
876
756
756
816
816
780
696
696
660
876
756
816
816
696
936
756
696
756
756
816
696
816
756
756
756
756
876
876
756
756
780
756
900
900
780
780
696
756
756
756
696
756
1,200
696
756
756
756
840
1,020
756
756
756
780
840
1,200
756
816
756
696
696
$49,368
Monthly
Salary.
95
73
63
63
68
68
65
58
58
55
73
63
68
68
58
78
63
58
63
63
68
58
68
63
63
63
63
73
73
63
63
65
63
75
75
65
65
58
63
63
63
58
63
100
58
63
63
63
70
85
63
63
63
65
70
100
63
68
63
58
58
School.
Albert Canyon     12 months to 31st March, 1912
Aldermere     12
Alice Siding 12
Anarchist Mountain 12
Arrow Park, West 12
Aspen Grove 12
Athalmer 12
Balfour   12
Bamfield   12
Barnes Creek 12
Barnston Island 12
Baynes Lake 12
Beaton 12
Bella Coola 12
Do.        Lower 12
Berlin 12
Big Creek 12
Big Eddy 12
Bowen Island 12
Box Lake   12
Bridesville 12
Brisco.    12
Britannia Beach 12
Bull River Falls 12
Burtondale 12
Camborne 12
Campbell Creek, South 12
Campbell River , 12
Canyon City ....        12
Carbonado 12
Carlin Siding 12
Carroll's Landing 12
Carson 12
Castlegar 12
Chasm     12
Chimney Creek   12
Columbia Gardens 12
Comaplix 12
Commonage 12
Cortez Island 12
Crawford Bay 12
Crescent Valley 12
Cultus Lake 12
Deer Park 12
Discovery 12
Duck Lake 12
Duhamel 12
Edgewood     12
Edwards Creek 12
Elk Prairie 12
Empire Valley 12
Erie 12
Falconer   12
Ferguson 12
Five-mile Creek 12
Flagstone 12
Fort George 12
Foster's Bar 12
Galena     12
Galena Bay 12
Galiano 12
Gambier Island    .12
Carried forward. 1 Geo. 5
Estimates (1911-12).
E 29
VIIL—EDUCATION.—Continued.
Salahies of Teachers in Assisted Schools.—Continued.
Twelve Mos.
Monthly
Salary.
Salary.
$49,368
840
$70
756
63
756
63
780
65
1,020
85
756
63
1,080
90
756
63
696
58
660
55
696
58
696
58
696
58
840
70
756
63
660
55
960
80
696
58
696
58
756
63
960
80
756
63
840
70
696
58
840
70
696
58
696
58
756
63
960
80
720
60
756
63
756
63
756
63
696
58
756
63
756
63
816
68
756
63
696
58
816
68
696
58
756
63
696
58
756
63
756
63
696
58
660
55
960
80
840
70
840
70
756
63
900
75
696
58
756
63
696
58
840
70
840
70
756
63
756
63
$95,052
Schools.
Brought forward.
Georgetown  12 months to 31st March, 1912
Granite Siding     12
Hall's Landing 12
Harbledown Island 12
Harper's Camp 12
Harrop 12
Hazelton 12
Heriot Bay 12
Hidden Lake 12
Highland 12
Hilton 12
Hope   12
Hope Station 12
Horse Creek 12
Ingram Mountain 12
Isabella Point 12
Jaffray 12
Kedleston 12
Keefers 12
Kettle River, North    12
Lac la Hache, North    12
Lancaster 12
Little Fort 12
Long Lake , 12
Lewis Creek 12
Lytton, North 12
Mabel Lake 12
Malakwa 12
Malcolm Island   12
do. 2nd division 12
Martin's Prairie 12
Meadow Spur 12
Mirror Lake.        12
Morris Valley      12
Myers Flat 12
Myncaster     12
MacKenzie    12
Needles 12
Nicomen 12
Ocean Falls 12
Okanagan Centre 12
Olalla 12
Oyama    .... 12
Paterson  12
Perry Siding    12
Pine Grove 12
Popcum 12
Porcher Island 12
Port Kusam 12
Powell River 12
Proctor 12
Quatsino  12
Reiswig 12
Renata 12
Richland 12
Roberts Creek 12
Robson 12
Rock Creek 12
Do.      Lower     12
Carried fonvard. E  30
Estimates (1911-12).
1911
VIIL—EDUCATION.—Continued.
Salaries of Teachers in Assisted Schools.— Concluded.
Twelve Mos.
Monthly
Salary.
Salary.
$95,052
876
$73
756
63
696
58
696
58
780
65
696
58
696
58
696
58
780
65
780
65
876
73
1,020
■ 85
756
63
756
63
696
58
1,200
100
960
80
900
75
900
75
696
58
1,200
100
756
63
756
63
816
68
720
60
816
68
816
68
816
68
876
73
696
58
876
73
756
63
756
63
936
78
936
78
756
63
696
58
$125,244
School.
Brought fonvard.
Roosville  12 months to 31st March, 1912
Rosebery    12        ,,
Salmon River 12        ,,
Salmon Valley 12        ,,
Seymour A.rm 12        ,,
Shuswap Falls 12
Sicamous 12        „
Silver Creek 12
Silverton 12        ,,
Similkameen          12        ,,
Sirdar     12
Soda Creek 12        ,,
Sorrento 12        ,,
Spence's Bridge 12        „
Squamish, Lower  12        ,,
Stewart, Principal 12        ,,
Do.    2nd division 12        ,,
Do.    3rd      do            12
Do.    4th      do       12
Sunnyside 12        ,,
Telegraph Creek 12        ,,
Three Valley 12
Thrums 12
Tulameen  12        ,,
Ucluelet 12        ,,
Valdez Island 12
Waldo 12
Wapta 12
Wasa 12        ,,
Watmore 12        ,,
Wattsburg         12        ,,
Whaletown    12
Williams Siding 12        ,,
Wilmer 12
Windermere 12        ,,
Winlaw 12
Yale        12
Salaries of Teachers of Schools in Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway Belt.
$936
$78
696
58
816
68
960
80
720
60
660
55
756
63
696
58
960
80
720
60
660
55
756
63
816
68
816
68
840
70
660
55
$12 468
Alberni, Principal 12 months to 31st March,
Do.     2nd division 12 ,, ,,
Do.     New 12 ,, ,,
Alexandria, Principal     12 „ ,,
Do.         2nd division    12 ,, ,,
Do. 3rd      do 12
Beaver Creek 12 ,, ,,
Bench 12
Brechin, Principal        12 ,, ,,
Do.      2nd division 12 ,, ,,
Do.      3rd      do 12
Cedar, East 12
Do.    North 12
Do.    South     12 ,, ,,
Chase River, Principal 12 ,, ,,
Do.             2nd division 12 ,, ,,
Carried fonvard.
1912 1 Geo. 5
Estimates (1911-12).
E 31
VIIL—EDUCATION.—Concluded.
Salaries of Teachers of Schools in Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway Belt.—Concluded
Twelve Mos.
Salary.
840
936
780
780
960
720
660
756
660
816
756
696
876
780
696
756
696
780
696
756
900
696
816
816
696
900
696
720
696
780
756
696
696
816
756
936
720
900
$42,552
78
65
65
80
60
55
63
55
68
63
58
73
65
58
63
58
65
58
63
75
58
68
68
58
75
58
60
58
65
63
58
58
68
63
78
60
75
58
School.
Brought forward.
Comox   	
Courtenay	
Cowichan	
Departure Bay	
Extension, Principal	
Do.      2nd division	
Do.       3rd      do	
Fanny Bay 	
French Creek	
Gill	
Glenora	
Grantham	
Harewood, Principal	
Do.       2nd division	
Koksilah	
Lazo   	
Malahat	
Minto	
Montrose  	
Mountain	
Nanaimo Bay, Principal . ..
do.       2nd division.
Nanaimo, North	
Do.        South	
Nikrap	
Northfield, Principal	
Do.       2nd division
Oyster	
Do.    East	
Do.   North	
Parksville	
Qualicum	
Sahtlam	
Sandwick	
Shawnigan	
Union  Bay, Principal  	
Do. 2nd division...
Wellington, Principal	
Do.        2nd division....
12 months to 31st March, 1912
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IX.-TRANSPORT.
To be Voted per Statement (J)
$63,000.00.
No. of
Vote.
78
79
TRANSPORT.
Details.
Charges on Remittances	
Travelling Expenses of Officers on duty .
Estimated for
Service ending
Slst Mar., 1912.
f 3,000
60,000
Total.
$63,000 00 E 32
Estimates (1911-12).
1911
XL—REVENUE SERVICES.
To be Voted per Statement ([_)
$45,000.00.
No. of
Vote.
L
Estimated for
Service ending
Slst Mar., 1912.
Total.
80
COLLECTION OF REVENUE.
■    Details.
Commission, Courts of Appeal, Travelling Expenses and Miscellaneous..
$ 45,000 00
$ 45,000 00
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS.
To be Voted per Statement (M)
$5,507,990.00.
No. of
Vote.
M
Estimated for
Service ending
31st Mar., 1912.
Total.
81
$1,633,220 00
2,842,000 00
860,390 00
38,630 00
8,750 00
125,000 00
82
83
Roads, Streets, and Wharves	
84
85
86
$5,507,990 00
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS.
Vote No. 81.—Works and Buildings.
Court-house, Fernie (improvement of grounds, fencing, etc.).
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Grand Forks (re-vote)
Kaslo (completion)	
New Westminster, heating, sidewalks, retaining wall, &c.
Revelstoke	
Rossland, grounds and stone fence	
Vancouver (completion of present building) ....   $125,000
do.       (new wing)      100,000
Do. Vernon	
Furniture for Government Offices throughout the Province	
Gaols and Lock-ups throughout the Province (maintenance and repairs).
Hospital for the Insane, Coquitlam (completion) $300,000
Do. do.        (farm-houses, etc)     40,000
Do. do.        (laying out grounds)     15,000
Improvement of Government Grounds, Victoria	
Do. Government Reserves throughout the Province	
Parliament Buildings (new addition)	
Prison Farms and Buildings	
Protection of River Banks 	
Provincial Home, Kamloops (new wing)  $25,000
Do. (repairs, etc.)     1,000
Carried forward $1,215,000 00
Estimated for
Service ending
31st Mar., 1912.
J 6,000 00
30,000 00
15,000 00
11,000 00
75,000 00
10,000 00
225,000 00
75,000 00
25,000 00
50,000 00
355,000 00
25,000 00
7,000 00
150,000 00
50,000 00
80,000 00
26,000 00
Total. 1 Geo. 5
Estimates (1911-12).
E 33
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Brought forward..
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Concluded.
I rovineial Normal School, Vancouver (maintenance and repairs)	
Provincial University (clearing site)	
Public   Schools   throughout   the   Province   (construction,   repairs and
furniture)   	
Repairs to Buildings, Furniture, Fuel, Light,  Water, etc. (Government
House, Victoria), including up-keep of garden	
Repairs to Government Buildings throughout the Province	
Repairs to Parliament Buildings	
Estimated for
Service ending
31st Mar., 1912.
Vote No. 8
Alberni
District
Atlin
do.
Cariboo
do.
Chilliwhack
do.
Columbia
do.
Comox
do.
Cowichan
do.
Cranbrook
do.
Delta
do.
Dewdney
do.
Esquimalt
do.
Fernie
do.
Grand Forks
do.
Greenwood
do.
Kamloops
do.
Kaslo
do.
Lillooet
do.
Nanaimo City
do.
Newcastle
do.
Okanagan
do.
Revelstoke
do.
Richmond
do.
Saanich
do.
Similkameen
do.
Skeena
do.
Slocan
do.
The Islands
do.
Yale
do.
Ymir
do.
82.—Roads, Streets, and Wharves.
Construction of Streets, Sewers, &c, Stewart Townsite .
Jordan River Road (refund)	
Location of roads	
Point Grey Roads	
Road Machinery	
Vancouver Island Trunk Road (completion)   	
Wharves generally	
Vote No. 83.—Bridges.
Cost, Maintenance, and Grant in Aid.
Bridge across Second Narrows, Burrard Inlet (conditional), re-vote...
Bridge, Fraser River, New Westminster (Maintenance)	
Bridges throughout the Province	
Carried forward.
£1,215,000 00
7,500 00
25,000 00
350,000 00
5,720 00
20,000 00
10,000 00
Total.
75,000 00
32,000 00
150,000 00
65,000 00
70,000 00
85,000 00
35,000 00
85,000 00
60,000 00
125,000 00
65,000 00
85,000 00
55,000 00
50,000 00
90,000 00
74,000 00
92,000 00
13,000 00
26,000 00
156,000 00
75,000 00
135,000 00
10,000 00
132,000 00
225,000 00
75,000 00
30,000 00
90,000 00
102,000 00
26,000 00
34,000 00
80,000 00
130,000 00
100,000 00
30,000 00
80,000 00
250,000 00
8,500 00
600,000 00
$858,500 00
1,633,220 00
2,842,000 00
$4,475,220 00 E 34
Estimates (1911-12).
1911
No. of
Vote.
Canoe River (including new boat,
Columbia River, Spillimachene ..
Copper River (equipment)	
Fraser River at Agassiz	
SERVICE.
Brought foward.. .
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS.—Concluded.
Vote No. 83.—Bridges.—Concluded.
Bridge Tenders.
Canoe Pass	
Eburne	
Kamloops (2)	
Vote No. 84.—Ferries.
Maintenance and Subsidies.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
East Sumerland .
Goldstream, Columbia River	
Kelowna	
Naas River (equipment)	
Nechaco River, Milne's Landing	
Do. (establishing)	
North Thompson, Upper Crossing	
Pitt River (establishing new ferry, including half subsidy, $360.00)
South Thompson River at Ducks	
Big Bar	
Churn Creek	
Fort George (establishing)	
Harrison and Chilliwack	
High Bar	
Hope 	
Lytton (above)	
Mission, and establishing new Ferry ,
Quesnel    .
Ruby Creek	
Soda Creek	
Twenty-Mile Post, above Lillooet.. .
Vote No. 85.—Subsidies to Steamboats.
Columbia River, above Golden   	
Columbia River, above Revelstoke	
Dog Lake, Similkameen	
North and South Thompson Rivers and Shuswap (conditional).
Vote No. 86.—Contingencies.
Contingencies for Public Works (generally)	
Estimated for
Service ending
31st Mar., 1912.
$858,500 00
720 00
720 00
450 00
1,200 00
500 00
700 00
600 00
300 00
900 00
2,500 00
600 00
300 00
600 00
480 00
9,500 00
900 00
400 00
900 00
300 00
1,000 00
350 00
1,000 00
700 00
900 00
2,500 00
900 00
10,000 00
600 00
1,250 00
2,500 00
1,000 00
4,000 00
Total.
$4,475,220 00
860,390 00
38,630 00
8,750 00
125,000 00
5,507,990 00 1 Geo. 5
Estimates (1911-12).
E 35
XIII.—MISCELLANEOUS EXPENDITURE.
To be Voted per Statement (|\|)        •        •        •    $2,192,962 64
No. of
Vote.
87
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
N
XIII. —MISCELLANEOUS.
Details.
1 Public
Estimated for
Service ending
31st Mar., 1912.
Advertising	
Civil Service  Commissioners, Examiners and Registrar, under
Service Act " ,	
Collecting Archives	
Postage and Expressage	
Provincial Board of Health (other than salaries)	
Provincial University (competition plans)	
Stationery    	
Coal Miners' Examinations (allowance to Examiners and Secretaries)
Grant to western branch of Canadian Mining Institute	
Agricultural Associations	
Board of Horticulture—Travelling expenses, etc	
British Columbia Stock Breeders	
Dairymen's Association,	
Demonstration Orchards, including demonstration spraying and expenses
incurred in conducting fruit-packing schools	
Department  of Agriculture, including inspection of orchards,  preser
vation of fruit, etc., and compensation to owners of cattle slaughtered
for tuberculosis	
Destruction of Wolves, Panthers, Coyotes, etc	
Flockmasters' Association	
Fruit Exhibitions	
Fruit-growers' Association	
Fuel and Light	
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Co. (payment to)—being proportional cost
of clearing Prince Rupert Townsite—Surveys, etc	
Grant in aid of B. C. Poultry Association	
Grant in aid of Farmers' Institutes	
Grant in aid of Militia	
Grant in aid of Provincial Rifle Associations ,	
Grant in aid of Women's Institutes	
Grant to Canadian Forestry Association	
Grant to Canadian National Apple Show	
Grant to City of Phoenix	
Grant to City of Rossland	
Grant to the Seamen and Loggers' Institute (Strathcona), Vancouver  . .
Grant to the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals	
Grant to Victoria Seamen's Institute	
Interest on Suitors' Fund Deposits ....   	
Poultry Shows	
Premiums on Guarantee Bonds    ,	
Refunds	
Rents	
Telegrams	
Telephone Service  	
Board of Investigation " Water Act"  	
Forest Protection	
In aid of communication with Remote Settlements, Alert Bay to Kingcome
Inlet .'	
Lithographing Maps	
Log-scaling (other than salaries)	
Contribution towards cost of sea-wall, Victoria (conditional) (re-vote)...
Game Protection (other than salaries)	
Carried forward.
$42,500 00
2,000 00
4,000 00
24,000 00
23,500 00
5,000 00
27,000 00
3,500 00
1,000 00
7S,50O 00
6,000 00
2,500 00
2,500 00
15,000 00
30,000 00
28,000 00
250 00
10,000 00
3,000 00
20,000 00
112,752 64
2,500 00
15,000 00
1,500 00
3,500 00
3,000 00
200 00
4,0C0 00
1,000 00
6,000 00
5,000 00
500 00
2,000 00
1,500 00
2,500 00
1,200 00
15,000 00
3,500 00
10,000 00
13,000 00
71,500 00
150,000 00
300 00
5,000 00
15,000 00
20,000 00
13,500 00
,202 64
Total. E 36
Estimates. (1911-12).
1911
No. of
Vote.
134
135
136
137
SERVICE.
Brought forward	
XIII. —MISCELLAN EOUS.—Concluded.
Details.—Concluded.
Libraries—Departmental    $1,500 00
Legislative    20,000 00
Travelling      3,000 00
Revision of Statutes    	
Temporary Assistance in all Offices	
Miscellaneous, not detailed in Estimates	
Vote No. 138.—Surveys, Improvement, and Purchase of Lands.
Surveys of lands  $400,000
Exploration and development of Strathccna Park  10,000
Songhees Indian Reserve and new Reserve (purchase of) including necessary expenses  750,000
Vote No. 139.—Agent-General's Office, London.
Salary of Agent-General,  including clerical  assistance,   rent of  offic
advertising, etc., 12 months, to 31st March, 1912 	
Vote No.  140—Immigration.
Miscellaneous requirements	
Vote No. 141.—Superannuation.
C. H. F. Blake 12 months to 31st Mar., 1912,
Mrs, E. J Corrigan 12
H. O. Wellburn 12
S. B. Green 12
Jno. D. Hopkins 12
C. E. Costerton   12
Geo. Cunningham 12
B. Marshall 12
E. J. Parsons 12
George Goldie 12
W. Dodd    12
S. Drake 12
A. Holmes 12
W.  Stephenson 12
A. Stevenson 12
C. E. Holt 12
G. Murray 12
J. R. Anderson 12
A. Dick 12
J. K. Worsfold  12
W. Gordon 12
M. Bray 12
W. S. Gore 12
25
300
25
300
30
360
30
360
40
480
40
480
40
480
40
480
45
540
50
600
50
600
50
600
55
660
60
720
65
7S0
65
780
/o
900
75
900
75
900
80
960
90
1,080
100
1,200
Estimated for
Service ending
Slst Mar., 1912.
$807,202 64
24,500 00
15,000 00
55,000 00
41,500 00
1,160,000 00
25,000 00
50,000 00
14,760 00
Total.
$2,192,962 64

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