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 BBITISH   COLUMBIA.
PUBLIC    ACCOUNTS
 FOE  THE-
FISCAL YEAR ENDED 30th JUNE, 1905.
PEEIOD PROM 1st JULY, 1904, TO 30th JUNE, 1905.
^BBINTEH   BX
AUTHORITY  OF   THE   LEGISLATIVE   ASSEMBLY.
VICTORIA, B. C.:
Printed by Richard Wolfenden, V.D., I.S.O., Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1905.  5 Ed. 7       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
B 3
To His Honour the Honourable Sir Henri Gustave Joly de Lotbiniere, K.C.M.G.,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour :
The undersigned has the honour to present the Public Accounts of British Columbia for
the fiscal year ended 30th June, 1905.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
Treasury Department,
Victoria, 1st December, 1905.
ROBT. G. TATLOW,
Minister of Finance.  5 Ed. 7 Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905. B 5
Audit Office,
1st December, 1905.
To the Hon. 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, 1905.
Respectfully submitted.
J. A. ANDERSON, B A,
Auditor-General.  5 Ed. 7       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
B 7
PUBLIC  ACCOUNTS
FISCAL   YEAR   ENDED   30TH   JUNE,   1905.
TABLE   OF   CONTENTS.
9—
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Balance Sheet or the Province of British Columbia,
Debentures Outstanding Issued under the British Columbia Loan Acts.
Inscribed Stock Issued under the British Columbia Loan Acts.
Debentures Outstanding Issued under the Dyking Acts.
Guarantees under the Railway Acts.
Statement,  showing amount of  Debentures of the Loans 1877  and   1887  redeemed   by
conversion into Inscribed Stock.
Loan, 1877 ; Sinking Fund Account.
Loan, 1887 ; Sinking Fund Account.
Loans, 1891, 1893, 1895, 1899 and 1902, Inscribed Stock ; Sinking Fund Account.
Debt Account :  The Dominion of Canada in account with the Province.
Subsidy Account :  The Dominion of Canada in account with the Province.
Shuswap and Okanagan Railway Company : Statement showing the Amounts paid and
received by the Province of British Columbia.
Victoria  and   Sidney  Railway  Company,  in   account   with  the  Province  of   British
Columbia.
Nakusp and Slogan Railway in account with the Province of British Columbia.
Receipts and Expenditure ; from 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1902.    (Table No. 2.)
do. do. from 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1905.    (Table No. 3.)
Statement showing details of "Miscellaneous Receipts."
District Returns of Revenue.
Expenditure ; Summary.
do. Detailed.
-Appropriation  and  Expenditure ;   Statement showing Appropriation and Expenditure,
also sums unexpended and over-expended.
-Unprovided Items ; Statement of Services the Expenditures on which have exceeded their
Appropriation.
-Lapsed Balances of Appropriations. B 8
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
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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, 1905.]
O per cent.^Debentures issued under {'
Loan Act, 1877," (Payable in 30 years).
Terminable,
1st July, 1907.
Numbers.
Denomination.
Total amount
issued.
Deduct Amount
redeemed by conversion under authority of Act,1891,
for consolidating
the Public Debt.
Outstanding"
subject to
conversion.
Total
Amount
outstanding
Date of Issue,
1st July, 1877.
f    1 to    500
"J 501 to 1,000
500 @ £100 )
500 @ £200 j"
£150,000=8727,500
£54,600 = 8264,810
£95,400 @4.S5^
8462,690 00
4 112per cent.—Debentures issued under " Loan Act, 1887," (Payable in 30 years).
Terminable,
1st July, 1917.
Numbers.
Denomination.
Total amount
issued.
Deduct Amount
redeemed by conversion under authority of Act,1891,
for consolidating-
the Public Debt.
Outstanding-
subject to
conversion.
Date of Issue,
1st July, 1887.
f    1 to    200
\201 to 1,254
200 @ £500 \
1,054 @ £100/
£205,400 = 8996,190
£126,800=8614,980
£78,600® 4.85 =
381,210 00
3 1/2 per cent.—Debentures issued under "Loan Act, 1897," (Payable in 10 years).
[Parliament Building Equipment.]
Terminable,
1st July, 1907.
Numbers.
Denomination.
Total amount
issued.
Amount redeemed.
Date of Issue,
1st July, 1897.
1 to 10
$10,000
$100,000
$70,000
30,000 00
5 per cent.—Debentures issued under ff Treasury Debenture Loan Act, 1903,"
(Payable in 10 years).
Terminable,
1st March, 1914.
Numbers.
Denomination.
Total amount
issued.
Amount redeemed.
-
Date of Issue.
1st March, 1904.
1 to 1,000
$1,000
$1,000,000
$100,000
900,000 00
81,773,900 00
Audit Office,
1st December, 1905.
J. A. ANDERSON,
A uditor-General. B 10
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
INSCRIBED   STOCK   ISSUED.
RETURN   showing  the   amount of Inscribed Stock issued under the British Columbia
Loan Acts.
[To 30th June, 1905.]
3per cent.—Inscribed Stock, issued under " Loan Act, 1891" (Payable in SO Xears).
Terminable
1st July, 1941.
Date of
1st July,
1st July,
1st Jan.,
1st Jul}7,
1st Jan.,
1st Jan.,
1st July,
1st July,
1st Jan.,
1st July,
Issue.
1891..
1892..
1893..
1893..
1894..
1895..
1895..
1896..
1897..
1897..
Issue for'Money
Loan.
£200,000 = $970,000
Issue for redemption
of Debentures of
Loan, 1877.
£42,195 = 13204,645.75
20,450=    99,182.50
980=      4,753.00
10,185.00
11,543.00
7,469.00
8,827.00
30,312.50
2,100 =
2,380=
1,540=
1,820=
6,250=
Issue for redemption
of Debentures of
Loan, 1887.
£126,750 = 8614,737.50
12,720=    61,692.00
7,250 =
9,375=
500=
2,000=
35,162.50
45,468.75
2,425.00
9,700.00
3,600= 17,460.00
1,150 =
5,577.50
£200,000 @134.85 =
168,945
33,170
980
9,350
11,755
2,040
3,820
9,850
1,150
£441,060
) 970,000.00
819,383.25
160,874.50
4,753.00
45,347.50
57,011.75
9,894.00
18,527.00
47,772.50
5,577.50
82,139,141.00
3per cent.—Inscribed Stock issued under "Loan Act, 1893 " (Payable in 48 Years),
Terminable 1st July, 1941.
Date of Issue.
1st July, 1893..
Issue for Parliament Buildings Construction, £123,700 @ 84.85 .
3per cent.—Inscribed Stock issued under "Loan Act, 1895" (Payable in 46 Years),
Terminable 1st July, 1941.
Date of Issue,
from
1st Jan., 1895..
.£420,000® 84.85.
3 per cent.—Inscribed Stock issued tinder "Loan Act, 1899," (Payable in 42 Xears),
Terminable 1st duly, 1941.
Date of Issue,
from
1st July, 1899.
£340,000 @ $4.85 .
3 per cent—Inscribed Stock issued tinder " Loan Act, 1903 " (Payable in 39 Xears),
Terminable 1st July, 1941.
."2,139,141 00
1,649,000 00
Audit Office,
1st December, 1905.
J. A. ANDERSON,
A uditor -General. 5 Ed. 7 Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
B 11
DYKING   DEBENTURES   OUTSTANDING.
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RETURN showing the amount of Debentures outstanding, issued under the Dyking Acts.
[To 30th June, 1905.]
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.
July 1st, 1897
July 1st, 1899
Date Issued from
Treasury.
November 24th, 1897.
January 15th,
February 3rd,
February 9th,
May 16th,
December 29th,
1898
1898
189S.
1898.
1899.
1 to 118
119 to 314
315 to 374 [-Act 1898.
375
425
1 to 200—Acts 1898
and 1899.
to 374 (
to 424
to 471;
Denomination.
§1,000 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
When redeemable.
40 years from 1st July, 1897
33 years from 1st July,
Total amount
outstandiug.
8118,000 00
196,000 00
60,000 00
50,000 00
47,000 00
200,000 00
$671,000 00
Note.—The principal and interest of the above Debentures, together with a sinking fund of 1£ per cent, per annum, are partially
secured to the Province by a capital charge against the lands of each of the undernoted Dyking Districts, viz: Chilliwack
$200,000, Maple Ridge 8127,396, Matsqui $125,000, Coquitlam $57,988, and Pitt Meadows $34,863; leviable by annual
assessments, as provided by the "Dyking Assessments Adjustment Act, 1905."
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, 1905.]
I]y AID   OF  BAILWAXS.
'SHUSWAP RAILWAY GUARANTEE ACT, 1890."
Guarantee of Interest of the Shuswap and Okanagan Railway Company's Bonds, 4 per cent, per annum on
81,249,760	
[Terminable in 25 years from 1st July, 1890.]
' VICTORIA AND SIDNEY RAILWAY SUBSIDY ACT, 1892."
Guarantee of Interest of the Victoria and Sidney Railway Company's Bonds, 2 per cent, per annum on $300,000
[Terminable in 25 years from 1st September, 1892.]
'NAKUSP AND SLOCAN RAILWAY AID ACT, 1894."
Guarantee of Principal and Interest of the Nakusp and Slocan Railway Company's Bonds.    Interest at 4 per
cent, per annum on $647,072   	
[Terminable in 25 years from 1st July, 1893.    Principal payable in 1918.]
Annual
GtUBANTEIi.
$49,980 40
6,000 00
88
881,863 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.
Audit Office,
1st December, 1905.
J. A. ANDERSON,
Auditor- General. b n
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1879
1879
1879
1880
1880
1880
1880
1881
1881
1881
1881
1882
1882
1882
1882
1883
1883
1883
1883
1884
1884
1884
1885
1888
1889
1891
Oct.   31st,   ,,
April 30th, 1886
June 30th,   ,,
Oct.  12th, 1886
April 12th, 1887
June 30th, 1887
Oct.   11th,   „
Nov. 14th,   „
April 9th,
June 30th
Oct.    8th,
May    8th,
Jnne 30th.
Oct.    8th;
June 27th,
June 30th,
Dec. 22nd,
June 25th
June 30th,
Nov. 14th, 1891
Nov. 19th.
Dec. 23rd, 1891
June 23rd, 1892
June 30th, 1892
Dec. 31st, 1892
Mar. 31st, 1893
June 30th, 1893
Dec. 31st, 1893
June 30th, 1894
Dec.   31st, 1894
Feb. 28th, 1895
June 30th, 1895
Dec.   31st, 1895
Jan.  31st, 1896
June 30th, 1896
June 30th, 1896
Dec. 31st,
Jan. 31st,
June 30th,
1896
1897
1897
Dec. 15th, 1897
Jan. 3lst,
June 30th,
Dec. 31st,
June 30th,
Dec. 31st,
June 30th,
Dec. 31st,
June 30th,
Dec. 31st,
June 30th,
Dec. 31st,
June 30th,
Dec. 31st,
June 30th,
Dec. 31st,
June 30th,
1899
1899
1900
1900
1901
1901
1902
1902
1903
1903
1904
1904
1905
Remittances.
$7,275 00
7,275 00
7,275 00
7,275 00
7,275 00
"7,27506"
7,275 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
7,275 00
7,275 00
7,275 00
7,275 00
7,275 00
7*275*66"'
7,275 00
7,275 00
7,275*66"
7,275 00
7,275 00
7,275 00
7,275 00
7,275 00
5,174 95
5,141 00
5,068 25
4,985 80
4,932 45
4,932 45
4,869 40
'"4,626*96"
4,626 90
4,626 90
4,626 90
4,626 90
4,626 90
4,626 90
4,626 90
4,626 90
4,626 90
4,626 90
4,626 90
4,626 90
4,626 90
4,626 90
4,626 90
4,626 90
4,626 90
$342,502 15
Interest on
Investments.
503 39
598 36
1,130 24
" i,36i*21*
1,453 18
i,594 03*
1,785 61
'4,114" 71
2,318 46
2,129 86
4,419 72
*5*, 638* 50*
5,416 1
4,476 06
5,934 33
8,445 95
4,943 87
10,481 14
5,654 57
6,025 13
6,110 03
Proceeds of bonds sold and   ' Proceeds of bonds sold and
re-invested. paid to Government.
$14,259 00
(£2,860 Can. 5% Bonds.)
$48,494 30
£1,800 Vic. 4 % Bonds
£3,783 15s. Id.   „   4% In. St.
£4,100 Can. 4% Bonds
$35,711 80
(£7,589 17s. 3d. Ca. 3%In.St.)
5,255 56
4,491 66
4,625 75
4,410
4,542
4,680
4,821
4,964
5,119
5,276
5,437
5,604
5,769
5,937
6,112
6,293
6,480
6,673
6,872
$215,542 22
$64,737 21
(£12,47414s. Id. Ca. 3£% St'k;
$163,202 31
$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 39
7,275 00
7,275 00
980 79
7,275 00
1,130 24
7,275 00
1,301 21
7,275 00
1,453 18
7,275 00
1,594 03
7,275 00
1,785 61
7,275 00
4,114 71
7,275 00
7,275 00
2,318 46
2,129 86
14,259 00
7,275 00
7,275 00
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
5,863 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
4,032 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
10,919 93
11,107 67
11,300 84
11,499 31
Date.
April 6th,
May 9th,
July 26th,
July 30th,
Jan. 30th,
Sept. 29th,
Dec. 31st,
Jan. 2nd,
Mar. 22nd,
June 30th,
Deer. 31st,
It
June 30th,
Nov. 30th,
Dec. 31st,
June 30th,
Nov. 30th,
June 30th,
Jan. 23rd,
June 30th,
Jan.   17th,
Oct. 8th,
Feb. 15th,
June 30th,
Jan. 18th,
June 30th,
Feb.  6th,
August,
Jan. 8th,
Oct. 3rd,
June 30th,
Mar. 31st,
June 30th,
Feb. 28th,
June 30th,
Jan.   31st,
1878
1878
1878
1878
1879
1879
1879
1880
1880
1880
1880
1881
1881
1881
1881
1882
1882
1882
1882
1883
1883
1884
1884
1885
1885
1886
1887
1887
1889
1890
1890
1891
1891
1892
1893
1894
1895
1895
June 30th, 1896
Investments.
Canada Debentures, 5 ^ cent...
Jan. 31st,
June 30th,
Dec. 15th,
Jan. 31 st,
June 30th,
Dec. 30th,
June 30th,
Dec. 31st,
June 30th,
Dec. 31st,
June 30th,
Dec. 31st,
June 30th,
Dec. 31st,
June 30th,
Dec. 31st,
June 30th,
Dec. 31st,
June 30th,
1897
1897
1898
1898
1898
1899
1899
1900
1900
1901
1901
1902
1902
1903
1903
1904
1904
1905
Canada Debentures, 5 $! cent.
Do.      4 do.
Do.       do.
Do.       do.
Canada Debentures, 4 3P cent.
Canada Debentures, 4 $ cent.
Do.       do.
Canada Debentures, 4 $ cent.
Do.       do.
Canada Debentures, 4 $ cent.
Victoria, Australia, 4 $ cent... .
Do.       do	
Do.       do	
Canada inscribed Bonds,    3J $ c.
Do. do.       Stock, do.
Do.     Registered Bonds, 4 do.
Do. do. do.
Do.     inscribed stock,  3J do.
British Columbia 4£ $ cent	
Canada inscribed stock 3^ $ cent.
British Columbia, 4^-    n
Canada inscribed stock 3i    n
Do
Do
Do
Do
do
do
do
do
Brit. Columbia, do
Do
Do
Do
Do
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do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
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do 3
do 3
do        3
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Do
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do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
$7,027 65
6,968 25
453 47
7,667 85
7,904 89
7,853 36
8,172 85
7,547 81
9,275 62
8,196 50
8,750 00
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
Expenses and
Brokerage.
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 30
10,036 27
10,203 39
10,368 53
10,535 00
10,709 04
10,888 17
11,075 26
11,267 52
11,466 33
$719,453 73        $1,828 95
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
30 67
31 16
36 01
33 70
52 01
27 40
68 99
29 33
97 52
28 21
29 22
28 13
131 60
32 37
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
31 76
32 41
33 32
32 98
Withdrawal
under Release
Act, 1896, and
legal expenses.
1,031 96
116,664 03
$142,005 34        $863,252 02
$7,027
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
116,664
10,125
9,118
9,252
24,309
9,037
9,169
9,307
9,448
9,591
9,746
9,903
10,064
10,231
1.0,396
10,564
10,739
10,919
11,107
11,300
11,499
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TABLE NO. 2.
COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF THE RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE OF THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA,
From 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887, 1888, 1889, 1890, 1891, 1892, 1893, 1894, 1895, 1896, 1897, 1898, 1899, 1900, 1901, 1902.
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1896-97.
1st July to
30th June.
1897-98.
] st July to
30th June.
1898-99.
1st July to
30th June.
1899-1900.
1st Jul}' to
30th June.
1900-1901.
1st July to
30th June.
1901-1902
1st July to
30th June.
EXPENDITURE.
1886-87.
1st July to
30th June.
1887-88.
1st July to
SOth June.
1888-89.
1st July to
SOth June.
1889-90.
1st July to
30th June.
1890-91.
1st July to
30th June.
1891-92.
1st July to
30th June.
1892-93.
1st July to
30th June.
1893-94.
1st Julv to
30th June.
1894-95
1st July to
30th June.
1895-96.
1st July to
30th June.
1896-97.
1st J uly to
30th June.
1897-98.
1st July to
30th June.
1898-99
1st July to
30th June.
1899-1900.
1st July to
30th June.
1900-1901.
1st July to
30th;June.
1901-1902
1st July to
30th June.
Dominion of Canada :—
f 29,161 06
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
88,776 20
8,667 63
$ 29,151 06
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
80,873 00
8,849 85
$ 29,151 06
35,000 00
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 26
18,382 50
1,950 00
74,712 08
39,610 84
15,964 62
3,452 22
$ 29,161 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
10,145 00
21,470 00
2,540 00
77,223 33
45,007 66
21,221 93
4.516 67
29,151 06
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
243,651 75
10,352 42
25,172 37
145 00
60 00
16,500 37
$ 29,151 06
35,000 00
74,213 60
100,000 00
213,519 41
9,292 05
20,475 58
220 00
125 00
23,824 01
$ 29,151 06
35,000 00
81,967 20
100,000 00
179,999 13
9,47» 20
9,586 76
342 90
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
29,151 06
35,000 00
78,638 40
100,000 00
25,880 36
7,049 50
16,581 09
2,228 90
16 25
49,544 11
t 29,161 06
35,000 00
78,538 40
100,000 00
64,003 02
6,267 30
31,614 12
1,076 44
80 00
27,876 54
$ 29,151 06
35,000 00
78,538 40
100,000 00
86,214 03
6,857 40
55,631 99
766 35
62 00
40,663 54
166,681 00
157,408 87
59,202 35
3,620 00
105,773 17
108,115 00
41,511 83
8,037 02
29,788 64
64,836 00
53 66
10 00
400 60
790 24
15,092 82
10,201 55
3,185 30
66,043 43
3,032 58
25,078 35
835 30
$ 29,161 06
35,000 00
78,538 40
100,000 00
104,180 96
10.646 03
57.647 79
945 10
84 00
46,076 79
130 00
139,756 00
159,432 03
64,729 43
3.990 00
109,367 68
112,160 47
61,575 07
9,278 08
36,061 35
84,555 00
28 54
20 00
84 95
91 11
13,446 00
11,473 80
6,908 50
63,093 05
4,452 i'i
19,380 36
882 91
$ 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
4,416 00
119,877 68
114,901 08
47,309 08
9,872 27
34,121 73
104,265 00
26 00
220 00
452 81
524 16
15,652 54
11,005 05
3,807 98
101,569 57
i',034'83
17,385 28
851 18
$ 29,151 06
35,000 00
78,538 40
100,000 00
53,267 71
34,563 25
97,517 99
787 65
102 50
38,812 61
131 00
133,765 54
194,303 97
60,197 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
$ 29,151 06
35,000 00
78,538 40
100,000 00
43,338 61
35,268 8S
86,613 81
730 50
298 00
28,981  10
1 29,151 06
35,000 00
141,817 60
100,000 00
86,161 86
45,047 15
115,210 87
1,123 95
234 25
45,861 90
I.—Public Debt :—
$ 58,313 55
543 00
99 95
14,550 00
2,962 60
$ 89,878 56
543 00
229 62
14,550 00
10,058 22
17,460 00
138 75
1 89,878 55
543 00
260 53
14,550 00
7,701 13
17,460 00
763 08
$ 89,878 56
543 00
292 67
14,550 00
8,416 08
17,460 00
1,360 65
89,878 55
543 00
326 09
14,550 00
4,476 06
17,460 00
893 09
1118,978 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
$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
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
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
$190,411 77
1,400 00
415 53
9,801 85
11,539 82
9,101 02
3,708 70
47,134 73
3,484 07
■1,360 28
4,070 06
1,056 21
$189,623 88
1,400 00
441 34
9,263 SO
9,117 41
8.631 79
3,342 76
47,732 95
6,004 49
2,111 00
3,046 05
786 35
8199,047 46
1,400 00
525 18
9,253 80
8,952 54
8,677 22
3,275 37
47,760 86
6,570 34
1,476 56
3,606 36
$215,974 63
813 86
706 62
9,253 80
9,502 81
8,677 22
3,633 47
47,760 86
8,214 10
1,581 83
3,071 11
$243,637 03
$256,393 68
$ 294,924 48
"^Sinking- Funds (chargeable to Investment aec'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 & W
Do               Interest invested,         do.           do.
Premium and Exchange	
9,253 80
10,084 68
8,577 22
4,012 18
64,260 86
10,027 98
1,166 63
110,678 72
9.253 80
10,713 98
8,677 22
4,421 84
64,250 86
12,453 42
2,159 07
3,277 66
9,253 80
11,374 07
8,577 22
275 00
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
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
64,250 86
14,989 20
2,654 67
3,323 16
Rents (exclusive of Land)   	
,,     (Timber Leases)	
13,426 70
90 00
474 44
3,860 04
16,932 01
627 90
989 96
372 65
1,004 97
993 72
951 05
12,861 00
12,329 70
22,467 50
2,786 00
98,351 04
54,596 12
25,695 78
6,826 12
17,903 00
14,744 20
30,290 00
3,606 00
97,412 64
68,737 47
53,301 34
7,102 62
27,868 00
23,232 25
32,432 50
3,410 00
80,904 79
84,531 05
38,113 11
7,540 54
23,015 00
25,545 89
26,601 32
3,040 00
66,714 52
84,782 69
35,947 22
6,634 77
31,190 50
41,647 08
32,050 49
3,080 00
78,302 62
94,336 80
34,566 06
6,409 59
54,953 00
76,638 43
44,130 00
3,185 00
93,148 78
84,371 62
36,123 46
6,630 26
306 69
59,382 00
2 10
20 00
708 70
6 06
10,536 90
10,106 74
6,222 85
39,000 30
325 75
3,470 68
11,190 47
2,493 37
110 00
5,123 05
16,188 78
17,200 00
93,510 76
154,270 06
75,304 23
5,365 00
121,707 91
92,422 50
48,241 89
28,376 17
95,483 68
101,196 00
20 18
120 00
17 00
78,240 81
141,382 37
62,340 90
6,930 00
130,003 66
89,770 91
50,938 87
46,818 86
84,077 90
137,955 00
49 74
20 00
69 00
112 34
15,919 89
12,580 65
7,048 51
74,497 43
11,692 06
13,737 47
2,057 83
Do.              do.                  Parliament Build'gs Loan (Act 1893)
Do.              do.                  Loan (Act 1895)	
1,812 45
1,266 04
10.000 00
172,577 24
119,073 36
47,993 18
30,748 89
"'60,773'72
3,328 79
12,126 10
1,999 24
53,395 92
96.001 44
286,319 10
15,595 54
10,000 00
232,013 49
107,404 27
76,151 06
39,636 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
132,145 80
167,848 72
39,162 48
40,156 62
"'43,828'e6
6,261 21
10,139 18
3,811 78
47,965 96
100,813 71
247,756 37
16,877 81
48 50
19,736 76
197,956 60
179,399 00
3,165 28
348,517 39
20,503 44
171,816 36
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
57,663 27
86,630 28
268,653 46
16,756 05
48 50
12,621 70
252,137 61
9,207 51
3,592 20
601,108 25
15,037 64
148,864 40
10,000 00
252,833 38
Personal Property Tax   	
Wild Land Tax	
II.—Civil Government (Salaries)	
IV.—Legislation 	
V.—Public Institutions (Maintenance) :—
61,753 03
68,556 51
20,745 69
2,722 98
379 91
6,730 38
69,796 14
67,350 73
16,463 35
3,006 91
910 69
7,282 75
74,001 99
78,801 18
15,461 66
2,901 53
781 47
7,562 47
85,238 41
75,199 10
18,843 20
5,974 90
1,440 18
6,277 32
96,210 82
85,594 52
36,423 98
5,041 25
432 44
11,377 83
1,281 31
120,030 49
97,971 00
29,606 30
6,976 62
372 73
12,881 61
1,589 02
136,653 72
112,350 89
30,675 30
6,064 45
344 17
12,404 21
8,148 99
150,066 67
120,134 06
48,019 84
8,578 94
706 26
13,896 09
1,948 02
145,590 19
127,558 49
39,419 72
8,080 60
764 02
17,741 30
2,151 46
799 01
152,472 56
131,795 13
30.884 14
14,246 58
74 00
20,006 86
1,714 90
6,93S 30
1,660 38
44,842 59
56,915 24
204,930 32
12,207 81
48 50
13,794 70
82,252 13
267,903 33
3,376 45
238,225 14
30,099 38
114,436 86
154,370 97
133,582 14
31,502 37
14,033 28
20,661 5l
2,581 24
8,201 36
2,057 96
45,253 85
70,462 77
220,810 38
11,757 15
48 50
15,951 23
39,364 13
180,395 77
2,768 61
276,081 68
20,566 43
123,063 02
00
01
no
117,687 91
42,785 98
Revenue Tax	
Registered Taxes (all denominations, arrears)	
62,559 00
87 14
10 00
121 20
2 98
6,325 30
3,830 64
1,589 23
13,452 70
314 26
715 59
2,605 78
387 35
52,581 00
236 02
10 00
89 50
1 95
10,048 05
4,012 10
3,244 93
16,677 77
579 40
565 20
2,819 30
393 35
6 00
570 75
10,976 62
1,450 00
53,691 00
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 50
19,363 40
3,587 50
11,344 19
'" 5,303'io
55,284
174
10
73,863 00
286 00
42,759 00
204 63
60 00
96 42
116 00
13,736 60
9,072 99
3,228 26
53,150 04
530 50
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
40,116 00
832 60
20 00
45,080 00
33 09
10 00
112 55
92 45
9,389 27
11,360 68
4,672 49
46,845 23
331 25
1,777 65
5,236 65
1,060 75
54 00
5,776 16
34,619 01
27,387 50
52,266 00
41 32
60 00
60 75
14 29
7,761 55
11,093 09
7,036 09
39,124 70
369 40
4,920 39
6,332 20
436 93
18 00
4,179 34
12,885 72
25,437 50
161 86
45 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 15
6,964 42
13,260 00
17,015 62
658 80
19,371 84
47,111 85
""57',i38'86
3,740 70
18,293 70
3,990 85
87,640 74
Fines and Forfeitures	
Law Stamps	
7,558 70
4,628 75
2.876 52
10,451 66
11,216 75
5,733 44
58,893 15
273 60
2,480 50
5,679 27
2,637 45
228 00
5,152 37
18,363 97
40,662 60
40,280 79
75 00
12,276 52
14,023 78
13,209 25
11,786 58
102,774 06
6,44801
16,451 81
591 75
13,424 78
13,321 95
5,146 56
78,275 05
9,543 46
14,426 83
4,086 41
Assay Office	
Asylum for the Insane	
35,278
628
419
5,342
555
321
4,619
4,483
9,600
14,427
68
65
00
61
50
50
77
18
00
51
Asylum for the Insane	
Printing Office Receipts	
VI.—Hospitals and Charities	
20,677 88
50,411 13
90,489 21
3,861 94
48 50
7,321 96
47,897 42
21,273 00
48,500 75
99,902 04
3,494 98
48 50
8,287 32
48,859 72
24,343 20
57,508 73
108,180 69
4,640 30
48 50
12,882 13
78,248 49
24,730 60
38,708 64
122,984 S3
2,674 76
48 50
12,368 74
151,752 98
28,178 99
44,637 83
136,901 73
4,687 69
48 50
16,435 50
121,260 84
33,272 84
48,738 59
160,627 80
7,158 55
48 50
12,180 91
102,984 94
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 60
65,685 34
128,906 57
44,818 68
73,415 01
169,050 18
9,979 22
48 50
9,826 17
140,570 63
55,954 13
5,781 41
262,478 77
55,893 21
133,547 30
1,594,097 89
79,692 79
48,630 47
74,861 09
189,037 25
13,973 10
48 50
11,836 65
101,296 68
191,867 97
2,666 48
425,629 34
27,756 98
119,918 41
106,408 83
365,922 15
Re-imbursements in aid	
502 25
19 31
2,625 00
4,162 07
16,985 60
21,312 50
4,266 07
1,498 86
29,900 00
3,609 08
812 17
26,400 00
3,692 85
2,056 73
53,262 50
3,988 52
319 26
47,362 50
2,426 00
45 00
40,512 50
Chinese Restriction Act, 1884 (Dominion Statute)	
£3,125 00
Reduction Works, Cariboo   	
Miscellaneous Receipts	
Succession Duty	
Bureau of Mines   ■ ■ ■
"2,464'27
31,544 05
8,260 32
4,614 52
15,707 15
619 33
8,014 49
8,481 60
219 95
554 07
265 43
16,228 01
2,156 31
1,483 00
172 48
59 70
14,898 88
2,821 83
569 50
349 50
33,072 22
1,909 03
606 55
161 28
31,955 96
18,791 41
1,066 50
596 99
26,330 37
21,169 91
1,658 40
80 21
15,720 17
64,057 30
1,190 94
2,202 93
11,576 24
108,035 32
15,159 92
198,758 83
18,040 97
XII.—Public Works :—
22,981 98
169,788 68
3,728 75
6,933 75
1,519,983 82
24,124 84
86,251 91
85,702 73
3,026 98
185,417 66
11,314 61
72,918 21
731,307 44
18,155 55
3,365 29
180,574 74
8,845 95
47,292 29
4,179 35
153,377 75
2,338 55
99,603 36
5,763 99
204,982 32
7,531 28
60,642 24
2,001 26
186,169 79
24,396 98
100,951 48
1,940 14
308,633 97
46,716 37
78,778 04
6,261 45
323,328 90
7,126 34
118,196
1,947,412 38
106,206 72
4,403 31
534,661 26
16,814 23
190,616 50
2,407,492 33
109,671 12
4,105 48
537,335 63
3,062 56
598,252 35
10,426 59
698,055 05
8,724 74
835,463 26
10,059 40
959,248 30
5,695 24
1,020,002 15
18,235 80
1,012,257 56
6,948 44
798,570 63
23,089 92
876,908 44
19,117 14
970,617 10
19,148 12
1,366,142 24
17,906 00
1,420,299 97
19,323 43
1,509,581 60
22,057 00
1,578,331 33
27,589 24
1,776,710 41
31,214 83
Roads, Streets, Bridg-es, and Wharves	
708,919 07
20,042 19
193,894 67
*Less amount of Sinking Funds as above, chargeable to Investment acc't.
788,965 35
42,979 59
857,545 40
41,277 75
954,020 56
42,612 40
1,032,104 20
88,248 24
1,430,920 49
60,488 80
1,477,413 75
45,975 24
1,972,336 14
65,411 15
1,701,309 34
86,585 72
1,653,996 17
84,924 54
2,087,347 16
86,315 31
2,254,936 00
88,402 74
2,166,473 86
10,000 00
2,660,669 93
113,296 71
1,841,205 66
10,000 00
2,297,821 21
10,000 00
2,547,373 71
10,000 00
1,514,405 10
25,610 76
30,185 04
11,300 60
52,198 38
6,030 00
i
640,398 18
608,678 94
996,190 00
706,779 79
845,522 66
964,943 64
1,038,237 95
1,019,206 00
821,660 55
896,025 58
989,765 22
1,383,048 24
1,439,623 40
1,531,638 60
1,544,108 66
1,605,920 67
1,807,925 24
713,151 89
7 25
746,975 76
6,342 85
816,267 66
1,057 15
911,408 16
1,011 62
998,855 96
662 79
42,255 66
1,370,431 69
31,818 25
50,124 32
1,431,438 51
18,842 49
39,090 90
248,877 75
75,393 17
3,015 00
1,906,924 99
11,657 57
25,341 96
15,010 75
50,406 73
6,030 00
61,777 49
1,614,723 62
74,421 34
22,723 19
4,462 00
50,574 18
6,150 00
26,487 86
24 193 11
1,569,071 63
15,154 43
68,042 18
9,700 00
50,140 80
6,107 00
26,262 79
2,001,031 85
47,906 49
34,241 13
2,156,473 86
1,831,205 66
2,287,821 21
43,438 57
42,754 46
2,537,373 71
970,000 00
26,109 44
268,282 97
46,760 83
88,736 20
599,945 00
2,037,000 00
100,000 00
1,649,000 00
166,313 76
38,894 27
1,807,925 24
68,918 64
25,307 90
540,398 18
1,118 77
1,604,868 94
8,161 86
706,779 79
485 98
845,522 66
11,088 02
9,059 16
964,943 64
21,200 17
67,048 24
2,008,237 95
25,456 94
45,942 60
65,010 00
1,019,206 00
19,869 46
44,003 90
98,190 00
14,805 44
1,421,605 55
20,635 15
14,969 00
2,933,025 58
67,273 77
25,758 42
1,156,078 98
32,304 09
59,041 18
1,483,048 24
35,810 70
61,427 23
1,478,517 67
43,676 86
79,230 75
1,605,920 57
45,964 21
50,026 79
36,485 94
252,266 09
51,231 63
71,042 24
65,485 60
56,759 07
f Province of British Columbia, Consolidation of Public Debt, "Act Is91"
8,709 12
118,400 00
8,495 38
9,074 87
10,146 16
12,464 82
13,993 18
14,382 91
14,729 0:2
14,743 26
51,238 08
6,030 00
26,221 79
50,624 IS
6,030 00
26,209 90
60,497 68
6,030 00
26,143 75
1,218 55
60,651 19
6,030 00
26,222 96
50,228 40
6,523 00
26 262 52
Nakusp and Slocan Railway (deposit by Company in lieu of subsidy,
14,630 49
18,484 67
17,762 89
15,571 43
9,806 34
12,071 51
8,334 92
Province of British Columbia, defalcations of J. C. Prevost, C. Warwick,
!       W. H. Falding and W. R. Atkins	
1
Note.-
-XIII.—Miscellaneous. -
Do.
Do.
Do.
I.—Public Debt.
XIII.—Miscellaneous.
Do.
I.—Public Debt.
Do.
Do.
IV.—Leois^ation.
-In Expenditures for 1886-87 is included the sum of 837,500 bonus to the C. P. Railway Co. for branch line to New Westminster.
for 1888-89 are included the sums of $20,000 grant to Building Fund of Jubilee Hospital, $24,385.39 aid to Quartz Mining, and $3,000 bonus to Woollen Mill.
for 1889-90 is included the sum of $7,126.41 aid to Quartz Mining.
for 1890-91 do $19,321.28 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.
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.
for 1893-94 is included the sum of $30,005.01, Protection of Property and Aid to Settlers, Lower Eraser River, in consequence of Floods.
for 1893-94, Discount and Commission, include $53,995.05, Discount on £123,700, and Commission and Brokerage, $16,687.87.
for 1894-95, do. dc.     $101,850.00,       do.        £420,000, do. do. and Stamp Duty, $65,661.71.
for 1899-1900, do. do.     $65,807.00, do. £340,000, do. do. do.        $41,600.13.
for 1900-1901 are included the cost of two Sessions, there being- a special Session in July, 1900.
'"" 06° I $289,351.00.
Public Debt -Total to SOth June, 1897 \
3 % Inscribed Stock.
J. McB. SMITH,
Deputy Minister of Finance. B 23
Note.—For statement of Receipts and Expenditure
from 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1902, see Table
No. 2 on preceding page.
TABLE NO. 3.
COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF THE RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE OF THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA,
From 1st July, 1902, to 30th June, 1905.
Domjmon of Canada:—
Annual payment of Interest   	
Do. Subsidy   	
Do. Grant per capita 	
Do.        for Lands conveyed	
Land Sales	
Land Rever ue	
Survey Fees	
Rents, exclusive of Land	
Timber Leases	
Timber Royalty and Licences	
Free Minors' Certificates	
Mining Receipts, General	
Licences	
Eiccnces, Commercial Travellers	
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	
Tax on unworked Crown-granted Mineral Claims  ..
Commission and Fees on Sales for Taxes	
Printing Office	
Registered Taxes (all denominations)   	
Bureau of Mines    	
Hospital for the Insane	
Provincial Home     	
Reimbursements for keep of prisoners	
Chinese Restriction (Act, 1884, Dominion Statutes).
Traffic Tolls, New Westminster Bridge	
Interest 	
Miscellaneous Receipts	
Interest on Investment of Sinking Funds .
Net Revenue .
Loan Act, 1902 (£721,000)	
Loan Act, 1903	
Deposits on account of Intestate Estates (receipts) .
Do h Suitors' Fund m
Do m Tax Sales' surplus     u
Shuswap & Okanagan Railway receipts (Act, 1890)..
Nakusp & Slocan Railway receipts (Act, 1894)	
1902-1903
1st July to
30th June.
$ 29,151
35,000
144,033
100,000
64,834
70,614
1,160
198
84,111
214,106
67,287
148,722
57,868
12,611
8,748
12,293
11,094
75,044
1,631
5,785
142,737
205,492
93,792
71,340
28,875
78,273
75,826
4,304
10
1903-1904
1st July to
30th June.
$ 29,151 06
35,000 00
142,925 60
100,000 00
118,276 89
55,574 60
1,231 90
143 00
116,382 90
289,366 93
59,854 75
108,270 55
61,091 73
7,279
27,466
109
625
11,211
1,098
3,478
86,287
256 I
26,646 !
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
13,554 45
12,352 32
29,625 58
11,946 65
80,057 93
2,533 39
6,560 00
148,725 00
287,497
175,435 19
112,233 35
72,102 79
65,844 09
95,600 50
1,019 93
20 00
28,696 35
1,087 12
23,016 10
78 t:
831 35
15,761 62
1,771 32
3,261 30
258,050 00
7,885
25,048 90
2,597,867 68
40,393 00
2,638,260 (
1,000,000 00
68,264 43
29,133 84
1,877 93
21,896 27
9,429 66
1904-1905
1st July to
30th June.
$ 29,151 06
35,000 00
142,925 60
100,000 00
141,510 83
159,412 55
1,092 90
28 50
76,228 17
410,288 29
53,504 04
105,192 21
53,663 06
7,250 00
12,594 25
10,613 53
31,073 08
12,607 90
93,012 24
1,542 93
6,610 00
157,821 00
286,226 16
193,004 80
101,607 29
72,053 22
114,236 77
94,682 45
1,322 87
1,580 00
39,869 86
103 30
21,679 29
148 69
1,709 50
14,159 53
188 27
2,186 55
225,000 00
16,140 35
18,896 69
28,706 33
2,874,554 76
45,906 95
2,920,461 71
78,184 34
26,986 11
995 89
24,021 40
6,301 48
EXPENDITURE.
Do
Do
Do
Do
I.—Public Debt:—
Interest 	
* Sinking Funds (chargeable to Investment acc't.) as follows: :—
Trustees' account, " Loan Act, 1877 "	
Do       Interest invested, u 	
"Loan Act, 1877"	
Interest invested, w 	
" Loan Acts, 1891, '93, '95, '99 & 1902"
Interest invested, h m
Premium and Exchange	
Discount and Commission	
Incidental Expenses of negotiating Loan, 1902	
f Redemption of Debentures (Loan Act, 1897)	
t Redemption of Debentures (Loan Act, 1903)	
II.—Civil Government (Salaries)	
III.—Administration of Justice (Salaries)	
IV. —Legislation	
V.—Public Institutions (Maintenance) :-
Printing Office.
1902-1903
1st July to
30th June.
$396,127 82
12.
8,
5.
99.
17,
373.
3,
10,
,253 80
049 99
,577 22
,291 58
219 36
876 73
8 00
,215 10
042 43
000 00
265,
119:
44:
459 62
319 96
455 95
1903-1904
1st July to
30th June.
$346,003 54
253 80
773 80
577 22
762 78
219 36
856 42
980 90
639 40
260,
124.
566 28
258 35
719 50
Hospital for the Insane.
Museum	
Provincial Home	
Bureau of Mines	
Fish Hatchery. :..
VI.—Hospitals and Charities 	
VII.—Administration of Justice (other than Salaries) .
VIII.—Education	
IX.—Transport .
X.—Rent   	
XL—Revenue Services .
XII.—Public Works :—
Works and Buildings	
Parliament Buildings	
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.
f Less Redemption of Debentures as above, chargeable against Loans..
Net Expenditure	
Deposits on account of Intestate Estates (repaid)	
Do H Suitors'Fund u       	
Do ii Tax Sales' surplus    n
Shuswap & Okanagan Railway payments (Act, 1890) .
Nakusp & Slocan Railway payments (Act, 1894)	
49,688 57
63,443
3,747
12,343 67
3,670 96
82,970 34
101,092 91
397,643 46
27,226 95
30,329 02
232,240 11
2,648 05
509,039 86
12,444 94
501,501 86
161,522 20
3,555,450 93
152,268 68
3,403,182 25
10,000 00
9,738 49
8,530 40
50,816 94
26,050 18
49,903 21
67,798 98
3,614 99
13,109 74
2,811 96
123,875 01
103,787 43
415,358 43
28,644 60
1904-1905
1st July to
30th June.
3,095
3,909
10,
100:
250,
115,
45,
000 (
,000 I
,568 !
455 -
653 !
24,155 36
142,291 40
3,811 78
406,612 92
5,191 31
470,743 30
181,915 70
3,030,237 47
157,443 38
2,872,794 09
10,000 00
2,862,794 (
68,242 78
39,572 75
419 26
50,139 15
26,216 34
50,393 63
77,893 99
3,388 36
12,745 83
4,000 35
12,219 99
96,466 83
108,186 87
433,945 17
27,748 92
22,094 96
104,129 99
2,500 00
3,079 70
296,510 76
6,534 03
45,203 46
180,468 59
2,575,374 17
162,957 33
2,412,417 84
110,000 00
2,302,417 84
64,683 36
19,208 14
705 63
51,238 71
26,269 06
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.  5 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
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	
Fees under " British Columbia Immigration Act, 1904 " 	
Payment of Debenture No. 3 by llichmond Municipality
Coal mine managers' and coal miners' examination fees	
Fees for teachers' examinations and certificates	
Notarial fees	
Fees under " Water Clauses Act"	
Hire receipts	
Refund of cost of special meetings of Licence Commissioners.
Copies of documents and filing same	
Sale of maps	
Surveyors' examination fees and'certificates	
Refund of overpayment of vouchers	
Fees for filing deeds of partnership	
Refund of cost of switch at the New Westminster Bridge	
Fees under " Horticultural Board Act"	
Cheques drawn, but not presented for payment	
Official Scalers' Licences	
Exchange on cheques 	
Searches .
Fees for commission as King's Counsel ...      ..       .
Sale of Voters' Lists	
Refund of redemption of Tax Sale      	
Permit granted to hold show    	
Cattle brand fees	
Naturalization fees	
Exhumation fees under " Graveyard Act"	
Sale of Acts   	
Fees for preparing leases	
Fees under " Motor Vehicle Act" 	
Cash found on dead bodies, and used for cost of interment 	
Royalty on salmon '.	
Refund of cost of prosecutions 	
Refund of part of cost of maintenance	
Refund of unearned premiums on guaranteed bonds	
Sale of log scales	
Refund of board supplied to workmen	
Refund of cost of telegrams	
Sale of Year Book   	
Refund of cost of advertising	
Refund of freight charges    	
Sale of fruit sent to London for exhibit         	
Sale of steel tapes	
Refund of balance of incidental expenses from Stuart Lake School Trustees (school closed),
do 11 Beaver Mouth       n it
do n Barkerville h m
Fees under " Oaths Act"	
Sale of effects of deceased	
Registering timber marks   	
Surplus of cash in hands of Registrar at Atlin	
Refund of taxes on pre-emption	
Total  $ 28,706
$11,835 60
5,135 00
1,407 00
1,400 00
1,017 00
940 00
720 00
COO 00
595 75
539 75
434 07
407 80
389 00
326 31
314 25
263 38
255 00
205 84
200 00
180 65
153 17
150 00
128 11
126 72
100 00
97 50
94 04
87 50
72 20
70 00
68 00
61 42
53 44
49 90
35 00
22 90
19 50
15 00
14 82
12 CO
12 00
11 89
11 09
10 00
10 00
9 60
7 00
9 72
9 00
8 00
5 01
4 80
Audit Office,
1st December, 1905.
3. A.
ANDERSON,
A uditor- General.  B 27
REVENUE FOE THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED 30th JUNE, 1905.
«+ «»—»-
Return of Revenue Collected and brought to Account at the Treasury, prom 1st July, 1904,  to 30th June,   1905.
Received
from
sundry
sources at
Treasury.
Victoria
City
District.
Saanich
District.
The
Islands
District.
Esquimalt
District.
Cowichan
District.
Alberni.
District.
Nanaimo
City
District.
North
Nanaimo
District.
South
Nanaimo
District.
Comox
District.
New Westminster
City
District.
Westminster
District.
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.
Victoria
and
Sidney
Railway
Company.
Total.
Heads of Receipt.
Yale
and
Ashcroft.
Similka-
meen
and
Fairview.
j   Nicola.
Kamloops.
, Okanagan
Heads of Receipt.
Cariboo.
Omineca.
Telegraph
Creek.
Skeena.
Atlin.
Dominion of Canada :—
307,076 66
$307,076 66
141,510 83
159,412 55
1,092 90
28 50
76,228 17
410,288 29
53,504 04
105,192 21
53,663 06
7,250 00
12,524 95
10,613 53
31,073 08
12,607 90
1,542 93
93,012 24
6,610 00
157,821 00
286,226 16
193,004 80
101,607 29
72,053 22
114,236 77
39,869 86
148 69
1,580 00
1,322 871
103 30
21,679 29
1,709 50
14,159 53
188 27
94,682 451
16,140 351
2,186 55
45,906 95
18,896 69
225,000 00
28,706 33
Do.                   Subsidy     35,000 00
Do.                   Grant per capita (on 178,657). 142,925 60
Do             for Lands conveyed  100,000 00
Dominion Subsidy.
24 57
31 00
15 30
1,475 03
6,240 50
98 85
393 00
1,454 75
42 00
1,179 76
1,130 00
8 40
*  124 66
201 00
109 00
48 00
1,349 21
619 70
104 40
24,886 56
10,609 05
34 50
673 00
192 75
2,401 81
3,243 90
12,845 00
326 25
5,335 94
3,836 05
38,536 29
8,223 05
693 45
7,459 85
865 65
14,779 39
2,517 50
9,592 14
22,690 25
48 00
28 50
10,356 85
3,410 60
1,213 75
50 00
6 00
16,270 18
5,290 90
647 50
37 75
90,600 00
25 75
25 00
322 25
6,252 00
11,665 17
29,904 20
13,525 00
420 80
10 00
1,093 42
4,709 62
1,818 75
2,369 70
13 00
1,399 20
30 00
1,354 25
1,423 15
1,042 25
409,757 59
4,063 62
1,368 00
2,405 00
7,250 00
915 00
490 70
4.705 75
13,373 15
3,526 66
646 50
1,095 00
1,145 00
360 00
1,185 50
1,260 90
402 50
4,632 75
1,717 10
1,406 06
818 50
3,216 35
1,690 00
2,843 50
4,923 65
2,927 85
1,811 25
1,379 25
1,077 50
484 00
204 75
1,461 25
4,047 25
6,065 95
12,316 24
22,163 75
30,413 10
13,429 00
3,168 25
29,545 74
2,337 50
66 50
2,039 25
419 25
2,457 25
942 50
Mining Receipts General.
Licences, Trade and Liquor.
707 50
267 50
1,575 00
657 50
367 50
417 50
1,742 50
369 50
6,044 48
15,614 76
1,951 25
318 85
37,477 40
1.595 0C
14,112 00
27 00
35,635 41
251 00
489 00
36 60
284 50
447 00
24 05
23 00
805 90
862 82
865 00
456 75
770 25
2,958 22
13,930 69
4,013 75
903 50
135 00
340 90
344 50
113 94
"298 65
50 85
9,349 79
140 00
3,957 00
9,522 86
6,814 17
925 50
250 91
934 15
28 50
698 50
12 50
2,131 80
132 55
1,027 60
429 47
664 81
2,881 10
113 20
9,579 63
840 00
39,327 00
44,731 26
26,447 66
19,085 26
14,126 48
82,584 21
28,755 91
360 00
20 07
419 00
407 00
457 00
7 25
Succession Duty.
Law Stamps.
Sale of Government Property.
Registry Fees.
56 30
5 00
401 35
454 25
153 25
250 00
3,696 00
2,808 60
4,183 84
160 40
19 00
112 90
10 00
3 06
io5 66
18,984 00
9,819 04
14,589 24
5,568 05
158 81
39 30
30 20
30 00
190 00
8 00
1,255 65
35 02
315 75
530 00
20,736 00
23,038 15
10,405 15
15,544 54
523 99
8,161 83
2,396 00
46 65
1 00
12 50
9 50
251 40
117 75
48 50
20 00
927 00
867 95
3,974 05
3 80
121 25
6,121 15
541 25
352 05
46 40
20 00
8,097 27
375 00
3,297 00
27,771 65
2,050 00
22,725 00
12 00
45 00
1,440 00
2,644 33
2,022 79
299 72
28 30
235 04
97 25
6 00
5 00
1,488 00
8,742 44
2,204 46
1,269 33
4 05
1,816 75
2,136 75
130 50
240 00
3,243 00
19,926 47
4,612 59
377 29
98 10
61 00
30 00
1,323 00
8,111 84
4,511 53
1,194 32
47 34
119 45
493 75
15 00
2,853 00
3,003 13
2,337 28
8,363 75
205 19
9,550 01
551 25
15 00
573 00
2,586 43
398 75
3,261 46
1 89
1,214 75
1.30 66
3,930 00
6,008 48
1,488 48
4,833 57
87 75
2,595 50
736 75
45 00
5,700 00
5,958 52
2,575 17
26,348 93
209 19
20 00
429 00
10,691 28
3,898 58
280 80
57 75
59 74
159 25
35 00
3,072 00
2,798 46
3,684 05
161 26
261 86
2,993 09
397 25
125 00
3,036 00
4,495 44
2,720 80
7,973 57
417 00
22,651 16
931 82
523 56
56 70
912 00
5,646 33
837 92
1,038 03
48 00
582 00
16,209 99
608 83
2,783 45
852 00
3,797 30
189 12
1,731 50
18 50
126 00
212 94
78 48
21 60
11 9S
84 00
91 08
230 96
18 00
22 95
60,202 98
5,810 04
5,822 66
Real Property Tax.
Personal Property Tax.
Wild Land Tax.
6,458 57
51,165 15
9,661 02
Wild Land Tax
35,653 43
9,430 63
417 04
550 11
Income Tax.
Mineral Tax.
Tax on unworked Crown-granted Mineral Claims	
515 25
851 70
479 00
234 50
107 50
201 75
Tax on unworked Crown-granted Mineral Claims
148 69
Registered Taxes (all denominations).
Tax Sale Deeds                              	
170 00
14 90
120 00
22 90
2 5C
3 75
20 00
40 00
26 50
10 00
4 00
2 00
4 00
110 00
59 25
7 50
29 25
730 00
138 97
52 53
38 93
20 00
4 75
2 50
75
10 00
42 25
10 00
10 32
10 00
30 00
62 25
4 25
53 95
240 00
848 80
9 52
293 75
"60 o6\
46 551
5 001
7 00
1 75
4 68
15 50
2 97
5 00
14 00
16 00
Revenue Service Refunds.
2 00
"2i',i84'35
1,709 50
14,159 53
188 27
2 25
25
4 00
19 75
14 00
4 34
16 001
Printing Office.
Hospital for the Insane.
9,203 40
15,484 30
14,485 71
55,509 04
Rovaltv and Tax on Coal.
16,140 35
105 63
Traffic Tolls, New Westminster Bridge.
296 50
45,906 95
16,603 02
225,000 00
25,443 30
1,425 65
63 50
32 50
4 27
258 50
Reimbursements for Keep of Prisoners.
Interest on Investment of Sinking Funds.
Interest, Miscellaneous.
127 57
172 48
17 08
50 14
31 44
78 64
16 40
95 00
114 54
"'20*75
7 09
58 45
15 89
58 54
50 09
26 46
118 59
254 05
i3 51
'"3350
 i>	
137 47
i8 39
324 16
2*50
4,873 99
Chinese Restriction (Act 1884, Dominion Statutes
Miscellaneous Receipts.
171 40
6 13
36,042 68
547 75
281 27
90,738 72
283 78
28 45
496 55
77 00
5 00
75 05
i66 56
38 00
392 62
461 46
i42 26
8,886 13
33,095 19
25,435 25
23,214 48
9,913 47
36,356 52
37,865 41
108,648 04
135,636 78
14,469 92
34,314 14
29,159 44
45,881 25
79,892 20
30,063 78
183,477 43
381,681 26
53,565 54'
2,576 75
46,025 511
$87,332 01
36,432 51
60,202 98
5,810 04
6,146 82
$2,920,461 711
$203,716 95
$56,142 29
Audit Office,
1st December.
1905.
J. A. ANDERSON,
A uditor- General.  Ed. 1        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, To 30th June, 1905. B 29
EXPENDITURE.
SUMMARY  OF  EXPENDITURE  FOR  THE  YEAR  ENDED
30th  JUNE, 1905.
[Period from 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.]
J.—Public Debt
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  §104,129
Parliament Buildings (authorised by Act)       2,500 00
Government House, Victoria       3,079 70
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves     296,510 76
Surveys      6,534
New Westminster Bridge (authorised b3' Act)     45,203
XIII.—Miscellaneous.
The following sums, although not included in the above Expenditure, have been paid out of the
ordinary revenue of the Province, and are chargeable to—
Dyking Districts, for maintenance of Dykes	
Shuswap and Okanagan Railway, in excess of earnings  §27,217 31
Nakusp and Slocan Railway,                 n               n             19,967 58
Victoria and Sidney Railway, 1% guarantee of interest on bonds 6,030 00
$23,607 32
53,214 1
Gross Expenditure .
Total
Expenditure.
$676,184 42
250,568 89
115,455 46
45,653 97
160,642 15
96,466 83
108,186 87
433,945 17
27,748 92
22,094 96
457:
180.
957 94
468 59
§2,575,374 17
$76,822 21
$2,652,196 38
Audit Office,
1st December, 1905.
J. A. ANDERSON,
Auditor-General.  5 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
B 31
DETAILED   EXPENDITURE.
STATEMENT showing the Expenditure, as brought to account in the Treasury
Department, on account of the Province of British Columbia, for the Fiscal Year
ended 30th June, 1905.
IPeriod from 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.]
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$  cts.
I.-PTJBLIC DEBT.
Vote No. 1.—Interest.
Canadian Bank of Com-
12 mos'. interest @ 6 %. on $462,690.00
Loan Act,
1877
27,761 40
Do.
12         do.                H   „      381,210.00
do.
1887
17,164 45
Glyn, Mills, Ourrie & Co.
12         do.                 3      ,,   2,139,141.00
do.
1891
64,174 24
Do.
12         do.                 3      ,,      599,945.00
do.
1893
17,998 34
Do.
12         do.                 3      „   2,037,000.00
do.
1895
61,110 00
Canadian Bank of Com-
12         do.                 3J    „        30,000.00
do.
1897
1,050 00
Glyn, Mills, Currie & Co.
12         do.                 3      „   1,649,000.00
uo.
1899
49,470 00
Do.
12         do.                 3     ,     3,496,850.00
do.
1902
104,905 50
Canadian Bank of Com
merce    and    Imperial
Bank of Canada	
12         do.                 5      „   1,000,000.00
do.
1903
50,000 00
393,623 93
Vote No. 2.—Sinhinff Fand.
B. 0. Loan Trustees	
2% 12 mos. ending 30th June, 1905, on $462,690.00
Loan Act
1877
9,253 80
Do.           do	
2J          do.                           do.                     381,210.00
do.
1887
8,577 22
Do.           do	
1            do.                           do.                  2,139,141.00
do.
1891
21,391 40
Do.           do	
1            do.                           do.                     599,945,00
do.
1893
5,999 46
Do.           do	
1             do.                              do.                    2,037,000.00
do.
1895
20,370 00
Do.           do	
1            do.                           do.                  1,649,000.00
do.
1899
16,490 00
Do.           do	
1            do.                           do.                  3,496,850.00
do.
1902
34,968 50
Do.           do	
Accrued interest on Sinking Fund Investments,
do.
1877
13,546 35
Do.           do	
do.                                    do.
do.
1887
6,265 57
Do.           do.      ...
do.                                 (Inscribed Stock) Loans 1891, 1893,
1895, 1899 & 1902
26,095 03
162,957 33
Vote No. 3.—Premium and Exeltanr/e.
Canadian Bank of Corn-
Vote No. 4.—IHseonnt and Commission
Canadian Bank of Com-
452 99
3,880 00
Glyn, Mills, Currie & Co.
Annual charge for paving interest, inscribing and transferring stock, £800 .
Do.                 do.
69 36
821 48
Do.           do	
Brokerage and stamps on investments of Sinking Funds	
470 05
5,693 88
Vote No. .5.—Redemption of Debentures
Canadian Bank of Com-
Redemption of Debenture No. 7, " Parliament Building Equipme
do.                  Nos. 1 and 2, "Treasury Debenture Lc
10,000 00
Imperial Bank of Canada
an Act, 1903"...
2,000 00
Canadian Bank of Com-
do.                  Nos. 3 to 100,                do.
do.
98,000 00
110,000 00
676,184 42 B 32
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
to whom paid.
FOR WHAT. SERVICE.
$   cts.
$  cts.
R. B.Powell	
E. O. S. Scholefleld.
H. J. S. Muskett...
E. Aikman	
A. Sherman	
Hon. R. McBride..
N. F. Mackay	
Hon. F. J. Fulton ....
A. Campbell Reddie ..
W. Gordon	
H. S. T. Henderson ...
A Holmes ..
D. Graham ..
F. Tatham ..
W. H. Bailey
R. Lewis
A. Manson ..
W. Davis.  ..
Hon. R. McBride .
R. F. Tolmie	
W. F. Robertson. .
R McKenzie	
A Crocker	
H Carmichael ....
D E Whittaker ...
S Norman	
L. M. Bowron	
T Morgan	
A Dick	
J McGregor	
Hon R G Tatlow
J McB Smith ...
C R Nairne	
JFlett	
H M Finlayson .
J H Dixon 	
C Jenkinson....
J A Anderson
HAS Morley.
W U Runnalls
J D Wells	
WJGoepel.   .
J R Anderson
A Mackay ...
E H Bamford.
II.-C1VIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).
Vote No. 6.—Lieutenant-Governor's Office.
Private Secretary     3 months @ $100
Acting      do      3 mos. 19d.,     50
Private Secretary      6 months,        100
Stenographer        5       n 10
Messenger  12       m 25
Vote No. 7.—Premier's Office.
Premier 12 months @ $83 33
Secretary to Premier and Assistant to Statistician    9 mos. 16 ds., 100
Vote No. 8.—Provincial Secretary's Department.
Provincial Secretary      12 months (3 $333.33
Deputy Provincial Secretary  12       ,, 175
Chief Clerk  12       ,, 110
Clerk     12       „ 75
(Capitol Buildings' Attendants.)
Total, $8,320
Chief Janitor	
Janitor	
Do.    extra services, $10 .
Do.
Do.
12 months @ $90.00
12
12
12
12
Engineer     12
Carpenter  12
Vote No. 9.—Department of Mines.
60
60
60
60
76
Total, $5,530
Minister of Mines     12 months @
Deputy Minister of Mines  12 ,,
Mineralogist    12 n
Clerk
Stenographer and Clerk  12
Assistant Mineralogist and Assayer  12
Assistant Assayer  12
Janitor  12
Stenographer to Minister 104 days @ $1.50 ; 8
Inspector of Mines  12
do                 12
do                 12
mos. 14 ds.
months,
$333.33
175
333.33
75
60
125
50
50
45
150
150
150
Vote No. 10.—Department of Finance and Agriculture.
(Treasury.)
Minister of Finance and Agriculture  12 months (@ $333.33
Deputy Minister of Finance	
Clerk 	
do    	
do    	
do   	
do    	
12
12
12
12
11
1
200
115
115
96
75
65
(Audit Office.)
Total, $11,190
Auditor-General     12 months <a $200
Auditor  12          ,i 150
Clerk   12           „ 95
do      12           „ 95
Inspector of Offices and Financial Inspector of Hospitals.. 12          ,, 195
Total, $8,820
(Agricultural Branch.)
Deputy Minister of Agriculture 12 months @ $125
Typewriter     2 n 45
do     9    „ 12 d. 45
Carried forward	
300 00
181 35
600 00
50 00
300 00
1.431 35
1,000 00
953 35
4,000 00
2,100 00
1,320 00
900 00
1,080 00
720 00
730 00
720 00
720 00
900 00
960 00
4,000 00
2,100 00
4,000 00
635 00
720 00
1,500 00
600 00
600 00
516 00
1,S00 00
1,800 00
1,800 00
4,000 00
2,400 00
1,380 00
1,380 00
1,140 00
S25 00
65 00
2,400 00
1,800 00
1,140 00
1,140 00
2,340 00
1,500 00
90 00
423 00
1,953 35
14,150 00
37,605 70 5 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
B 33
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$  cts.
1
22,023 00
1,440 00
1,080 00
1,080 00
37,605 70
II.-CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES). -Continuei
1.
Concluded.
s @ $120
90
Vote No. 10.—Department of Finance and Agriculture.—
(Agricultural Branch.).—Concluded.
S F Tolmie	
do                   12           „           90
25,623 00
Total, $6,613
Vote No. 11.—Lands and Worhs Department.
4,000 00
2,400 00
480 00
1,500 00
250 00
950 00
1,320 00
1,140 00
1,140 00
1,140 00
960 00
1,440 00
1,320 00
1,200 00
900 00
540 00
480 00
10 00
2,400 00
1,200 00
1,020 00
540 00
WSGore	
Chief Clerk   10
do                2           ,
200
40
150
125
95
110
95
95
95
80
120
110
100
75
45
40
,           25
200
p         100
85
45
R F Child	
B H John   	
do        	
Clerk   12
do       12          .
T E Wooldridge	
TC Boulton	
W E Green	
EBMeKay...
do            12          ,
do             12          ,
do             12
T Bamford	
C M Roberts	
G Goddard	
F C Gamble        	
C H Cookson.  	
A Hood	
Olerk    12
C M Fawcett	
Vote No. 12.—Attornexi- General's Department.
Attorney-General  12 months @ $333.33
Deputy Attorney-General       12          d         225
Chief Clerk    12           „          105
26,330 00
Hon C Wilson	
4,000 00
2,700 00
1,260 00
1,080 00
540 00
480 00
2,400 00
1,740 00
1,200 00
1,080 00
560 00
400 00
060 00
480 00
2,280 00
1,500 00
1,200 00
1,080 00
960 00
600 00
1,800 00
1,500 00
1,200 00
360 00
180 00
H A Maclean	
0 C Bass	
Olerk                               12
90
45
F C Davie	
do  12
Vote No. 13.—Land Registry Offices.
(Victoria.)
S Y Wootton	
10,060 00
E M Fort	
Chief Clerk   12
,         145
100
90
80
80
,           80
40
G W Aikman	
do       12
J SByrn	
do                                                      7
do                     5
R B Punnett	
do       12
H L Nuttall	
J L G Abbott	
Total, $8,820
(Vancouver.)
FX Martin	
126
100
90
C N Haney	
H J Sharp 	
nwv  12
V J R Christian	
do     12          i,           80
C S Keith	
Tot
(New Westminster.)
il, $7,620
s @ $150
126
100
C E Holt	
Chief Clerk                 12          M
RT F Granger	
nierk                                                     12
A H E Beckett	
do       8          ,i           45
do      4          „           45
Total, $5,040
J M Beckett	
Carried forward	
21,480 00
99,618 70 B 34
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$   cts
W H Edmonds ....
W B Charles 	
E W Morris	
H F MacLeod	
J H Nolan 	
C D Jarvis 	
R J Skinner	
J R Martin	
A Carney	
J Murray	
EOS Scholefield ..
A M Russell	
E Aikman   	
P Shakespeare
O Barton	
J Peck	
H JMcColl	
TGoldie	
S Baxter	
G O Madigan	
A Sutherland    	
R M Palmer	
F A Clarke	
A Mackay	
C Hopper	
WCarthew	
J B McKilligan
C S McKilligan .   ..
J K Worsfold	
S McB Smith	
G Thomson	
WO Carter	
J Maitland-Dongall
G Thomson	
A L Smith	
Brotiaht forward	
XL-CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES)-Co«*iwMed.
Vote No. 13.—Land Registry Offices. — Concluded.
(Kamloops.)
Registrar    12 months @ $150
Chief Clerk   12 „ 120
Clerk  12 u 50
(Nelson.)
Total, $3,840
Registrar    12 months @ $150
Chief Clerk  12 .. 100
Clerk   12 n 80
Vote No. lit.—Timber Inspectors.
Total, 83,960
Timber Inspector  12 months (a! $130
Assistant           12 „ 85
do ,i         Hi it 75
Forest Ranger  12 n 100
Vote No. 10.—Legislative Library.
Librarian  12 months @ $105
Cataloguer        6 n 46
Stenographer     6 n 35
Messenger     1 n 30
do         11J .i 20
Vote No. 17.—Steam Boiler Inspection.
Chief Inspector  12 montl
Clerk and Typewriter  12
Inspector, New Westminster  12
do       Victoria   12
do      Vancouver  12
do       Nelson  12
Vote No. 18.Statistical Bureau.
s @ $135
50
100
100
100
110
Statistician and Secretary of Bureau of Information, etc...  12 months @ $175
Clerk.
do  	
Messenger
do
35
45
3 months (S $15,    8 u 18 d.  20
       A ii 15
Vote No. UK—Surveyor of Taxes and Inspector of Revenue.
Surveyor and Inspector  12 months @ $175
Clerk   12 n 40
Vote No. 20.—Assessor's Office, Victoria.
Assessor  12 months @ $140
Assistant Assessor  10          •-15 d. 100
do                 ... 1           m           100
Clerk  12          „           95
Vote No. 21.—Administrative Staff, Cowichan Agency.
Government Agent and Assessor   12 months @ $100
Vote No. 22.—Administrative SUtff, Ladysmith Agency.
Government Agent  11 months @ $100
Vote No. 23.—Administrative Staff, Alberni Agency.
Government Agent and Assessor  12 months  @   $95
Carried forward	
21,480 00
1,800 00
1,440 00
600 00
1,800 00
1,200 00
960 00
1,560 00
1,020 00
862 50
1,200 00
1,260 00
270 00
210 00
30 00
225 00
1,620 00
600 00
1,200 00
1,200 00
1,200 00
1,320 00
2,100 00
105 00
405 00
217 00
7 £0
2,100 00
480 00
l.BSO 00
1,048 40
100 00
1,140 00
99,618 70
1,200 00
1,100 00
1,140 00
155,499 10 5 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
B    St
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$  cts.
155,499 10
IL-OrVIL GOVERNMENT ($ALARlW8).-Con*inued.
Vote No. 24.—Administrative Staff, Comox Agency.
Government Agent and Assessor  12 months (a $100
Vote No. 25.—Administrative Staff, Nanaint.o Agency.
Government Agent   12 months @ $130
Vote No. 20.—Administrative Staff, New Westminster Agency.
M Bray	
M Bate	
1,660 00
1,380 00
600 00
1,500 00
270 00
1,200 00
900 00
180 00
1,200 00
220 00
450 00
595 00
850 00
170 00
750 00
130 00
1,440 00
960 00
960 00
939 00
1,620 00
900 00
1,080 00
1,000 00
1,620 00
1,200 00
960 00
780 00
720 00
358 70
210 00
000 00
150 00
240 CO
390 00
3,540 00
S A Fletcher       	
Clerk           do                               ,,                   10           ,.           90
do             do                               ii                     2           „           90
do                               „                     2           ii          110
CC Fisher	
S A Fletcher	
do
Clerk,                                          „                    7           „           85
do                                                „                   10           n           85
do                                                ,i                     2           ,,           85
Janitor,                                       ,,                 10          u           75
HC Major	
W A Dashwood-Jones...
do            do
W L Pagan	
do                                             „           12           ,,           80
do                                         ii        153 days <a $3.00;   6          n          80
Vote No. 27.—A(ltninistraMce Staff, Fast  Kootenay Agencies.
(Golden Agency.)
Clerk.                                               i,             12           ,,           75
J E Griffith	
12,714 00
V C Lang-	
E J Scovil	
do           Registrar, etc., Wihner     12           n           83.33
Total, $4,600
(Cranijhook Agency.)
Mining Recorder       12           n           80
Clerk  12          ,i           65
G Goldie	
J F Smith	
G W F Carter
F A Tannhauser	
11 S Clark	
Typewriter     12          n           50
Deputy Mining Recorder, Fort Steele  ...              3           ,.           50
do                               ii     61         ii           60
Total, $7,228.70
Vote No. 28.—Administrative Staff,   West Kootenay Agencies.
(Nelson Agency.)
11,828 70
1,620 00
1,200 00
900 00
900 00
600 00
1,620 00
1,462 50
900 00
675 00
1,080 00
630 00
C D Blackwood.	
Mining Recorder  12           n         100
Clerk      12          ,,          75
P Wright	
J K Salter	
E E Chipntan	
A Lucas	
It J Stenson	
C C Daley	
Total, $5,220
(Slogan Agency.)
Government Agent and Stipendiary Magistrate, Kaslo ...   .12 months (w $135
Assessor,                               (10J months (9 $120),    i.                    li         „         135
Deputy Assessor,                                                         ,,        12          h          75
Deputy Mining Recorder,                                       i    9          n          75
Mining Recorder,                                       New Denver           12          ,i          90
do                                                         Slocan      7           h           90
Total, $6,367.50
H P Christie	
11,587 50
184,781 80 B 36
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$    cts.
11,587 50
184,781 80
II.—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SAlAKmS).-Continued.
Vote No. 28.—Administrative Staff, West Kootenay Agencies.—
Concluded.
(Rossland Agency.)
J Kirkup —
Mining Recorder  12          m          90
Clerk   12          „          85
Total, $3,900
(Greenwood Agency.)
1,800 00
1,080 00
1,020 00
W G McMynn   	
1,250 00
75 00
720 00
Clerk  12          ,,          60
Total, $2,045
(Grand Forks Agency.)
1,080 00
720 00
Clerk  12          n          60
Total, $1,800
(Revelstoke Agency.)
1,620 00
1,020 00
896 00
160 00
60 00
24 00
1,080 00
WE McLauchlin	
Janitor     8           m          20
do              3           ii          20
do                            24 d. 30
VV Scott           	
Total, $4,860
24,192 50
Vote No. 20.—Administrative Staff, Cariboo Agencies.
(Barkerville Agency.)
1,800 00
1,020 00
120 00
Total, $2,940
(Quesnel Forks Agency.)
1,320 00
180 00
540 00
Clerk     3           ii          60
do         9          „          60
G E Stephenson	
Total, $2,040
(Omineca Agency.)
F W Valleau	
750 00
5,730 00
Vote No. 30.—Administrative Staff, Cassiar Agencies.
(Telegraph Creek Agency.)
1,500 00
(Atlin Agency.)
2,100 00
1,140 00
1,140 00
1,140 00
1,140 00
Clerk   12           i,          95
Clerk   12           u          95
do     12          n          95
Total, $6,960
(Skeena Agency.)
1,500 00
9,960 00
Vote No. 31.—Administrative Staff, Kamloops Agency.
G C Tunstall	
Government Agent  12 months @ $130
Clerk'.  12          ,,          50
1,660 00
1,260 00
600 00
540 00
E Fisher	
FCoke	
3,960 00
228,624 30 5 Ed. 7       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
B 37
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$ cts.
L Norris	
H F Wilmot..
C E Costerton
F Stevens
C Charles
A E Bate	
CAR Lambly.
J R Brown ...
F Soues.
C Phair .
J W Burr...
H P Christie
W Dodd....
G Murray
H Hunter.
GB Martin	
F L Wilmer ....
H G Mason	
A M Jones	
O Weeks	
J Wilson	
F I Clarke	
do        	
A Mackay	
E H Bamford. ..
MLangley	
L Davis	
C Jenkinson....
R F Child	
L M Bowron....
W U Runnalls ..
R M Macdonald.
S McB Smith ...
H Murray	
P Fraser	
J Kennedy	
H D Morten ....
RR Wilcox	
H R Bray   	
F H Shepherd ..
H J Painter ....
A E Vert	
J H Poingdestre
C Outhett	
G Dunlevy .  ...
M G Lyall	
FYoll'and ....
G E Stephenson
MF Fraser...   .
Brought forward	
II.-CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES)-Co»aim«etJ.
Vote No. 32.—Administrative Staff,   Vemo-n Agency.
Government Agent  12 months @ $125
Assessor  12 „        100
Clerk  12 „ 75
Janitor     1 n 15
do          2 „ 15
do          9 „ 15
Vote No. 33.—Administrative Staff, Fairview Agency.
Government Agent  12 months @ $110
Mining Recorder  12 i, 85
Vote No. 34.—Administrative Staff, Clinton Agency.
Government Agent, Clinton	
Mining Recorder and Assessor, Lillooet .
12 months <P $125
12 ,, 120
Vote No. 35.—Administrative Staff, Ashcroft Agency.
Government Agent and Assessor, Ashcroft     7 months @ $110
do ,i             5 ,. 100
Mining Recorder, etc., Yale     12 i, 80
Vote No. 30.—Administrative Staff, Nicola Agency.
Government Agent and Assessor  12 months @ $100
Vote No. 37.—Administrative Staff, Similhameen Agency.
Mining Recorder and Assessor  12 months @ $90
Vote No. 38.—Temporary Assistance.
Services
do
do
po
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
in Agricultural Office	
Lands and Works Department.
12 months
12 „
12 „
23| days
3    days
ii Typewriting,       $11.50
ii Hire of machine,    $1.50
Provincial Secretary's Department    4 m. 16 days
Assessor's Office, overtime $22.50  70 day
Bureau of Information and Immigration 3 m. 22 day
Bureau of Information and^Iminigration 1 month
Education Office     4 days
75
@ 5!
i, 5
,i 75
.. 3
„   75
month        @ $300
,.      16 d.    125
@ $ 2
65
3
@$2
     7i    „ 2
"   15     „ 1J hours      2
Treasury Department  17     ,, 65
Allowance for extra service in Chief Commissioner's Office	
ii " Premier's Office   	
preparing statistics for n 	
acting as Deputy Attorney-General, exp. $50;   1
Assessor, Vancouver Island       1       ,■
Janitor     1       ,■
..           33 days
Engineer at Court House     £ month
Government Agent's Office, Duncan  55 days
ii Comox     2 months 60
ii Nanaimo  20 days 2.f
Acting Inspector of Mines     19 weeks 1 d. @ $50 $ v
Assessor's Office, Vancouver,*June, 1904 26 days @ $3
., New Westminster     5   n "3
Land Registry Office      1 month	
Government Office, Kamloops  62 days 2.f
Clintoni      3 months 60
11             1       .. 50
Quesnel Forks      ^     n 60
"            14 days 2
Revelstoke  15       ,1 2.f
Carried forward	
1,500 00
1,200 00
900 00
15 00
30 00
135 00
1,320 00
1,020 00
1,500 00
1,440 00
770 00
600 00
960 00
900 00
960 00
900 00
127 75
16 50
341 12
232 60
282 14
45 00
8 00
15 00
30 45
35 65
22 00
5 00
10 00
350 00
189 62
60 00
66 00
32 60
165 00
120 00
50 00
958 33
78 00
15 00
50 00
155 00
180 00
50 00
30 00
28 00
37 60
228,624 30
1,080 00
546 96 242,194 30 B   38
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
R H Rodgers .
F Mummery
OBN Wilkie.
N Tavlor....
EB Roche.. ..
BESharpe...
T A Mills	
TW Bowman.
J R Martin ...
W J Green ...
M Stenson ...
C S Rashdall .
J Hislop	
J Tooth	
F J Stedham .
R J Mutree...
F S Reynolds.
C Christien...
J Campbell...
C Willarson ..
C W Hill	
J S McFarlane
J M Murray ..
W C Bate   ...
B H T Drake .
A Keast	
J H Austin...
W P Marchant
H W Combe ..
G Mackay....
J W Bland ...
EBayntun^. . .
C R Blake....
J Kennedy .  .
J Gilbert	
R B Punnett .
J J Cambrid:
E O Malins .
C Calbick ..
F W Banton
A E Beck	
J C Dockerill...
A King	
W Murray	
S B Green	
F S Dobson	
T E Whitehouse
F Evans	
E T H Simpkins
C C Daley	
11 R Townsend .
HO'Neil	
Brought forward	
II.-CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).-C'o«c?i«le<J).
Vote No. 38.—Temporary Assistance.—
Services in Mining Recorder's Office, Nakusp, exp. $19.60;
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Trout Lake.
Concluded.
18 davs
73i      i,
Government Office, Nelson  29       n 2.50
Registrar, Supreme Court, Nelson       8       ..
ii ii             1 month	
Paid for typewriting in Timber Inspector's Office, Nelson	
Government Office, Kaslo  10 months       G
• i it     typewriting  	
ii New Denver 24 days
ii Cranbrook, 1 month's salary on retirement
ii Vernon, 24 days @ $3 ; 33 days @ $65 per mo.
$75
3
IS
12
6    i
2J- ,
22    i
10J
75
Nicola  12
Fairview     2
III.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (SALARIES).
$2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
Vote No. 3!t.—Supreme and County Courts.
(Victoria.)
District Registrar, Supreme Court  12 months (w $166.66
Deputy
do ,i ii    S
Clerk, i,     12
Registrar, County Court      12
Stenographer for Judges   12
Usher     12
Janitor      12
Elevator Attendant  12
Engineer     8
Official Stenographer     12
Services acting as Deputy Registrar, Supreme Court	
110
100
60
125
50
80
65
50
65
112
(New Westminster.)
Total, $10,094
Registrar, Supreme and County Courts  12 months @ S120
Clerk, ,i   11 „ 20 d. 55
Janitor     10 i, 50
do             2 „ 60
Total, $2,701.66
(Vancouver.)
Registrar, Supreme and County Courts  12 months (r£ $166. t
Dep.    „
Clerk,
do
Janitor
do
do
65
60
60
60
50
112
$7,964
12
12
12
12
12
12
Official Stenographer  12
(Nelson.)
Registrar, Supreme and Countv Courts     9 months @ $110
do ,i      3 ii 110
(ROSSLASD.)
Registrar, Supreme and County Courts  12 months (w $100
Janitor     12 ,, 50
Carried forward	
6,545 !
73 60
220 50
9 00
6 00
1 50
72 50
32 00
110 00
1 50
750 00
44 85
72 00
80 00
141 00
31 68
30 00
15 00
6 25
65 00
26 25
7 50
7 50
30 00
5 00
2,000 00
220 00
800 00
720 00
1,500 00
600 00
960 00
780 00
600 00
520 00
1,344 00
60 00
1,440 00
641 66
500 00
120 00
2,000 00
1,080 00
780 00
720 00
720 00
720 00
600 00
1,344 00
990 00
330 00
1,200 00
600 00
23,879 66
8,374 59
250,568 89 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
B 39
G H Chadsey.
E J Thain .
C F Cornwall.
P S Lampman .
E Harrison. ..
A Henderson .,
WNBole	
H O Alexander
G Pittendrigh
W WSpinks..
J A Forin	
A Leamy	
L R Forbes. ..
F S Hussey	
W H Bullock-Webster
do do
do do
F R Murray	
W Allen 	
D G Cox	
D Campbell	
C A Cox    	
A M Ego	
A Lucas	
D McDougall	
W Poole	
J H Kvarno	
B W Leeson	
A Blockley	
WLumley	
G Cassidy	
R B Halhed	
A H Lonias	
V W Stewart	
D Stephenson	
A M McLean	
J Thomson	
H Berryman 	
do 	
HCFlewin	
C Carlson   	
H FM Jones	
CS Campbell	
J Munro	
F S Spain	
O Wilkie	
A W Lane	
T Smith	
W Woollacott	
J E Kirby	
H C Drummond	
W Owen	
J J McKenna	
D J Cochrane	
WHVickers	
J W Burr	
ACMinty	
do       	
Brought forward	
III.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE ISALKRIFS).-Continued.
Vote No. 30.—Supreme and County Courts.—Concluded.
(Nanaimo.)
Registrar, Supreme and Count}" Courts     8 months (g> 8100
(Ciiilliwhack.)
Registrar, County Court  12 months (§   $50
(Atlin.)
Allowance for services as Registrar, County Court	
Vote No. 40.—Stipendiary ^Magistrates.
Stipendiaiv Magistrate,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Ashcroft  12 months (rt
Victoria   12 ,i
Nanaimo         12 m
Vancouver     12 n
     12
ii   12 „
New Westminster   12 ■■
Vernon     12 n
Nelson  12 n
Grand Forks  12 n
Fernie . .(retiring allowance, $200);   4 M
¥41.60
41.66
41.66
41.
41.
20.83
20.83
41.06
41.66
41.66
41.i
Vote No. 41.—Provincial Police.
Superintendent, Victoria	
Acting       ii ii       	
Allowance for extra services as Acting Superintendent .
Chief Constable, Nelson	
Sergeant, Provincial Police, Victoria	
Constable, Night watchman, Parliament Buildings ..
do       Victoria	
Esquimalt    	
Alberni 	
Mayne	
Van Anda 	
Clayoquot	
Happy Valley    	
Ucluelet	
Yreka	
Port Renfrew	
Fulford Harbour	
Ladysmith	
Chemainus	
Duncans 2 months <i
Nanaimo	
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
12 months
3
3
9
12
12
12
12
12
10
12
12
12
12
Mount Sicker    	
Cumberland 9 months @ $65
Port Essington	
Telqua	
Port Simpson	
BellaColla	
Heriot Bay	
Chief Constable, Vancouver	
Constable, h	
Chief Constable, New Westminster	
Constable, n	
do       Mission 	
do      Westminster Road    	
do      Alert Bay	
do       Hazelton	
do      Telegraph Creek	
Chief Constable, Atlin	
Constable, Wells     	
do      Discovery	
do i, 	
Chief Constable, Ashcroft   	
Constable, n 	
do      Lillooet	
Carried forward	
12
12
10
11
2
2
3
11
1
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
6 mos. 14
6 months
i n
6 ii
7 ii
i „
@$165
110
75
110
100
70
70
70
70
65
65
65
60
30
30
15
65
65
70
65
60
76
15
75
70
80
50
80
90
65
80
65
60
10
65
65
100
95
ds. 100
@ 90
90
80
65
65
23,879 66
800 00
600 00
250 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
250 00
250 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
366 65
1,980 00
330 00
225 00
900 00
1,200 00
840 00
840 00
840 00
840 00
650 00
780 00
780 00
720 00
360 00
360 00
135 00
260 00
780 00
840 00
770 00
660 00
152 00
30 00
810 00
770 00
80 00
780 00
600 00
960 00
1,080 00
780 00
960 00
780 00
720 00
120 00
780 00
780 00
1,200 00
1,140 00
646 65
540 00
360 00
400 00
455 00
260 00
30,363 65
25,529 66
4,866 65 B 40
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
A S Carter	
D McGillvray	
JFSayre	
J McMillan	
W L Fernie	
E C Simmons....
H S Rose	
R B Venner	
J ANesbitt	
WB Haynes	
G J Walker	
D H Anderson...
R Pyper	
F Yolland	
0 T Hance	
W Clark   	
C W Young	
do 	
G H Aston	
J T Black	
C Cameron	
F C Jampbell ...
G Cunningham ..
D J Darraugh ...
W J Devitt	
1 A Dinsmore....
G Sumner	
R A Upper	
J Wilson	
G B Campbell ...
J A Fraser	
J C Kirkpatrick .
J Simpson	
J H McMullin ...
F R Morris	
S H Hoskins ....
R S Baron 	
A P Walker	
A K Farquharson
A Sampson	
R L Henderson ..
A D Drummond .
C A Dow	
F Lorsch	
W F Tranter ....
J Walsh	
P G Routh 	
J M Mutter...
W M Halliday
D Donaldson .
A Ball	
EO Arnold...
J Inglis	
R F John ...
J M Mutter..
E J Parsons .
J Hunter....
H W Cardew
A Thomas ...
J H Mason ..
R E John .  .
Brought forward	
HI.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (SALAmmX-Concltcded.
Vote No. 41.—Provincial Police.—Concluded.
Constable, Lillooet
do Lytton .
do
do
Clinton	
Kamloops	
Vernon	
Kelowna	
Osoyoos 	
Penticton	
Hedley 	
Barkerville	
Quesnel    	
Soda Creek	
150-Mile House	
Chilcotin	
Nicola	
Acting Chief Constable, Nelson (extra allowance $120)	
Constable, Nelson   	
do       Golden    ...
New Denver	
Windermere	
Trout Lake    	
Greenwood	
Eholt	
Trail 1 month @ $25
Grand Forks	
Camborne	
Revelstoke	
Creston 	
Arrowhead    	
Ymir	
Ferguson 	
Poplar	
Chief Constable, Fernie	
Constable, Cranbrook	
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Fernie.
Coal Creek .
Michel .   .   .
Wardner ...
Morrissey .
Fort Steele.
Moyie	
<4
12
1
12
12
12
12
12
12
8
12
12
12
9
8
1
3
9
12
12
12
12
12
12
11
12
12
12
12
1$
12
11
6
12
12
9
3
12
6
6
8
4
12
6
1
months @ $ 65
65
65
65
70
75
60
60
65
73
75
60
60
65
75
75
65
65
70
85
65
65
10
70
75
65
70
65
65
65
65
90
80
70
70
70
70
70
70
70
70
65
70
50
70
Vote No. 42.—Juvenile Reformatory, Victoria.
Superintendent    7 months @ $100
Instructor  8 h 80
Industrial School, Vancouver.
Superintendent  5 months @ $100
1st Assistant  3 „   8 d. 60
2nd     n   3 „   5d. 50
Cook  5 „ 60
Vote No. 43.—Administrative Staff, Victoria Gaol.
Warden  11 months @ $100
do         21 days
1st Gaoler  12 months
2nd     ,i         12
3rd      n       12
1st Guard     12
2nd       12
Matron  12
Carried forward.
100
76
68
76
30,363 65
30,396 31
422 50
780 00
65 00
780 00
840 00
960 00
780 00
900 00
720 00
480 00
780 00
876 00
900 00
540 00
480 00
65 00
345 00
675 00
780 00
780 00
840 00
1,020 00
780 00
780 00
135 00
840 00
900 00
7S0 00
840 00
97 50
780 00
715 00
390 00
1,080 00
960 00
630 00
210 00
840 00
420 00
420 00
560 00
280 00
840 00
390 00
70 00
300 00
420 00
59,629 65
700 00
640 00
500 00
199 30
158 20
300 00
2,497 50
1,100 00
70 00
912 00
816 00
816 00
912 00
816 00
240 00
5,682 00
98,205 46 5 Ed. 7         Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
B 41
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$   cts.
98,205 46
III.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (.SALARimX-Concluded.
Vote No. 44.—Administrative Staff, New Westminster Gaol.
do       12           ,i           68
1,200 00
912 00
816 00
912 00
816 00
780 00
240 00
900 00
760 00
650 00
Guard  12          „          76
do      12          ,,          68
do      12           ,i           65
Vote No. 45.—Administrative Staff, Nanaimo Gaol.
R B Kelly	
D Stephenson 	
S Drake	
5,676 00
Vote No. 40.—Administrative Staff, Nelson Gaol.
Gaoler  12           ,,          76
do      12          ,,          70
do      11           n           70
do      12          ii          70
do        1          ii          70
2,310 00
1,200 00
912 00
840 00
770 00
840 00
70 00
G Steele	
It Bell	
Vote No. 47.—Administrative Staff, Kamloops Gaol.
do     12          ,i          70
IV.-LEGISLATION.
Vote No. 48.—Sessional Salaries.
4,632 00
1,200 00
912 00
840 00
900 00
780 00
1,000 00
800 00
200 00
350 00
175 00
175 00
175 60
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
15 00
25 00
Hon C E Pooley	
T Fell	
4,632 00
115,455 46
Clerk	
0 0 Bass	
W J Sanders	
M Miller	
E W Musson	
WHartnell	
G S Creed	
do   	
do   	
J Whitfcier .  ..
W Carthew    .
do     	
C T Drake	
do   	
do   	
Various Members	
H W Combe  	
do    .-	
Vote No. 40.—Indemnity to Members.
33,464 00
6,619 00
Vote No. 50 Mileage.
Vote No. 51.—Registration of Voters.
125 00
125 00
71 05
321 05
43,198 00 B 42
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
cts.
W Graham	
S A Fletcher	
T H Atkinson ..
W H Whimster ..
A C Cunningham
R B Anderson ...
B.J Cliff	
J W Devlin	
W J Kelly	
FG Derby	
R D Cumming	
J E Moore	
ES Peters	
R D MeClure	
J S Place	
G Forbes	
C F McDonald	
A McEwen	
W Grinder	
T J Cole 	
J Borne	
F H Kinder	
E D McKinlay	
F Place	
T R Mortimer	
DO'Hara	
J McEwen	
WE Brett	
E S Peters 	
P Grinder	
M R Eagleson	
T McDougall	
R H Carson	
W Grinder	
R D Cumming	
H 0 Borne	
W Cleveland	
R D MeClure	
J O Place	
G Forbes	
McEwen Bros	
McDonald & McGillvray,
WGDuguid [Ltd.
B C Express Co.  	
A McEwen	
WS Beckwith	
M Langley	
E Aikman	
W M Davie	
H Morton	
Shore & Anderson...
Turner, Beeton & Co
M & H A Fox ,.
H M Lamb	
Barber Bros	
T Redding	
Brought forward	
IV- —LEGISLATION.—Continued.
Vote No. 51.—Registration of Voters.—Concluded.
Registrar of Voters for   Saanich Electoral District	
do New Westminster, Dewdney, Delta and Richmond Elec
toral Districts, for 6 months, to December 31st, 1904..
do Ymir Electoral District   	
do Fernie h     expenses, $6.00
Services as Clerk of the Court of Appeal, Port Essington 	
do        typewriting Voters' lists of Atlin District	
Vote No. 52.—Expenses of Flections.
Skeena Electoral District, Election 1903.
Deputy Returning Officer, $10 ; paid Poll Clerk, $5 ; Princess Royal Island.
Columbia Electoral District, Election 1903.
Returning Officer.
Lillooet Bye Election.
Election Clerk	
Deputy' Returning Officer, and expenses, $5
do h 5
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Poll Clerk,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Services with ballot boxes to and from Gun
do       delivering ballot boxes	
do i,
do
do
Rent of hall.
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Stationery for Returning Officer	
Making ballot boxes	
Expressage on ballot boxes to and from Clii
do ,, i,
;   Big Bar	
;    Pavilion	
Alkali Lake	
Gun Creek	
111-Mile House	
Dog Creek	
127-Mile House	
Bonaparte	
Empire Valley	
Big Bar	
Pavilion	
Alkali Lake 	
Gun Creek ...	
111-Mile House	
Dog Creek	
127-Mile House	
Bonaparte	
Empire Valley	
Lillooet	
Creek, 5 days @ $2.50 ; expenses, $32
er with election papers
Big Bar   	
Pavilion   	
Alkali Lake ....
Gun Creek .
111-Mile House.
Dog Creek	
127-Mile House.
Empire Valley..
Alberni Bye Election.
Expressage and freight on ballot boxes .
50 00
30 00
75 00
106 00
15 50
12 00
Vote No. 53.—Contingent Fund.
Stenographer in Committee Rooms, 53 days @ $2.50
do ,i 51 „ 2.50
do Lands and Works Enquiry Committee	
Catering for Assembly, supplying meals to Pages, and kitchen utensils	
Hire of chairs, etc.	
Towels, etc   	
Knives, scissors, etc., for Members	
Photograph of His Honour the Lieutenant-Governor	
Stamp i	
Brooms, dusters, cuspidores, etc	
Carried forward	
75 00
20 00
15 00
15 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
44 60
5 00
5 00
56 00
1 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
2 60
4 00
40 00
5 00
132 50
127 50
30 00
399 55
92 75
11 87
67 60
10 00
75
69 40
941 92
43,198 00
609 55
44,271 86 5 Ed. 7       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
B 43
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$   cts.
M W Waitt&Co	
C ERedfern	
B Wilson &Oo	
A Manson	
F Tatham	
R Lewis    ...
E F Waller	
G Winter	
E W Musson	
Colonist P & P Co	
Times P & P Co.	
News- Advertiser	
The Province Pub Co...
The Columbian Co, Ltd
WS Beckwith	
B C Dist Mess'gr Service.
W J Sanders	
H D Helmcken, K C. .
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..
WHCullin	
J Hall	
R Holloway	
W W Clarke ....
C Dell Smith	
A King	
R W Clanton	
L H Borde	
W H Clark	
G Neill	
J Wilby	
J C McNeill,	
A Proctor	
M Holness	
L Cullin....    ...
E E Harte 	
K Pottinger	
W H Spurrier ...
R Wolfenden
Pay List	
R T Williams
G S Carr ....
W Smith ....
W Laing . . .
C E Janes ...
K Merrill....
M Merrill....
E Turner....
Brouqht forward....
IV.-LEGISLATION.-C<m<iwwe<J.
Vote No. 53.—Contingent Fund.—Concluded.
Hire of typewriter.
Repairing clock ...
Ice
Attending to furnace Saturdays and Sundays during
Cleaning Legislative Assembly wing,
do ,i
Services as Attendant at opening	
Hack hire for u        	
Washing towels for Assembly	
Daily Colonist for n 	
Daily Times n 	
Daily News-Advertiser       n 	
Daily Province, n 	
Daily Columbian, i< 	
Expressage	
Messenger service	
Paid car tickets, etc	
Services and expenses drafting " Bills of Sale Act" .
7 davs (?f 82
7       ii        2
V.-PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE.)
Vote No. 54.—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    	
do    	
Apprentice	
Foreman, Press-Room	
Pressman	
do      	
do      	
Apprentice 	
Folder and Stitcher	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Janitor	
Allowance for extra services during Session
Printers' overtime	
12 months @ 8180
5
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
9
3
75
50
60
ii 120
90
90
90
90
90
ii 80
80
80
80
80
,,10d. 80
ii 7 d. 80
16|davs(8 3.50
6 months (fi 830
6    ,,   25
10
12 months @
12    .1
12    „
12    i,
10
12    ,,
6
6
3.50
35
1-in
80
45
ii 14 d. 40
n    40
6    ii    30
10£ days  1
12 months   60
Boolz-bindinq Branch.
(Staff.)
Total, $24,781.98
Foreman     12 months @ $110
Ruler   12
Forwarder  12
do         12
Finisher  10
Folder and sewer          12
do   12
do   12
Carried forward..
85
75
50
80
35
35
Total, $5,840
941 92
10 80
1 00
10 00
45 50
14 00
14 00
5 00
45 00
60 80
13 95
30 30
17 00
9 45
8 00
3 00
1 15
1 25
150 00
2,160 00
375 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
900 00
960 00
960 00
746 66
256 36
57 75
56 00
420 00
1,440 00
960 00
960 00
800 00
540 00
218 06
420 00
330 00
10 50
720 00
100 00
1,251 65
1,320 00
1,020 00
900 00
600 00
800 00
420 00
420 00
360 00
30,621 98
1,382 12 B 44
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
A Cowan & Sons, Ltd ...
J W Butler Paper Co ...
Pacific Coast Paper Co..
McFarlane, Son & Hodg-
Butterworth & Co.. [son
Barber & Ellis Co., Ltd .
Buntin & Gillies	
Victoria Book & Sta Co .
T N Hibben & Co	
American Paper Co	
Colonist P & P Co	
Miller & Richard	
American Tvpe Founders
F WeselMfgCo [Co
A Wyon	
Pacific Printers' Supply
Oswego Machine Co. .[Co
Reed & Goodman....
Ault & Wiborg Co ...
Mander Bros	
California Ink Co.
S Ullman 	
Palmer & Haroldson .
Jaenecke Ink Co	
Fuohs & Lang Mfg Co
C H Johnson	
J Richmond & Co....
J L Morrison & Co...
Hinton Electric Co...
BC Electric Ry Co...
H Young & Co	
Windsor Grocery Co
P McQuade & Son ...
E G Prior & Co, Ltd .
L Hafer	
Henderson Bros	
Melrose Co	
Clarke & Pearson	
Fleming Bros	
Binner Wells Co    .   .
Poole Bros	
Atlin Claim Pub Co..
Golden Star	
Ashcroft Printing Co
Inland Printer	
C S Baxter	
R Wolfenden	
I Holmes	
G B Kitto	
HRichdale	
F Jones	
E T Lawrie	
J Heaney	
W S Beckwith ....
H M Customs	
E&N Railway	
C P Railway 	
RPRithet* Co	
R Ward	
Dodwell&Co	
Findlay, Durham&Brodie
Great Northern Ex Co..
Northern Pacific Ex Co.
Wells Fargo Express Co
Dominion Express Co..
J West
A E BoltonVM ii......
Brought forward	
V .-PUBLIC  INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).-C<m«im«ed.
Vote No. 54.—Printing Office, Victoria.—Continued.
Printing  Branch.
(Maintenance.)
Paper 	
do   	
do   	
do   	
do   	
do   	
do   	
do   	
do   	
do   	
do   etc	
Tvpe	
do   	
Imposing table, quoins, etc
Re-cutting dies	
Type.
Cutting sticks	
Printing ink   	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do	
do 	
Roller composition	
Brushes, &c	
Parts for wire stitcher ....   	
Installing electric fixtures	
Power supplied for 12 months	
Cotton, &c	
Coal oil, soap, &c	
Oil, gasoline, &c	
Hardware, tools, &c 	
Labour and material installing and repairing machinery.
Glycerine, sponges, &c	
Varnish.
Tin and zinc	
Making photogi-aphs of cuts	
Half tone cuts    	
Electro plates of maps	
Printing time checks    	
do     Circulars	
do ,.       	
Subscription for year	
Freight, duty and brokerage	
Paid for rags	
Washings towels 	
Services as Clerk during absence of King's Printer, July, 1904	
Unpacking paper 20 days
do   5£
do   5
Hauling paper, &c., from wharves, &c	
Expressage    	
Duty on material	
Freight       <t        	
do ,	
do       and wharfage	
do ,i 	
do „ 	
S2.50
2.50
2.50
do       	
Express charges on material	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Scavenger   	
Professional attendance on A. Proctor, injured while on duty.
Total, $17,523 55
Carried forward .
30,621 98
9,479 39
815 89
664 09
116 48
97 94
70 45
37 50
329 60
50 50
24 00
542 10
459 92
138 33
172 75
32 74
6 80
24 60
147 35
130 25
112 00
63 25
35 60
30 00
27 50
7 00
163 93
51 61
12 69
59 83
278 30
580 46
89 00
114 40
26 30
211 00
16 40
60
50
5 00
8 00
107 68
4 00
6 00
1 50
3 00
8 25
2 15
24 00
75 CO
50 00
13 75
12 50
78 75
16 75
1,433
337 53
3 65
10 02
2 58
20 85
9 60
23 70
7 60
4
2 50
40 50
10 00
48,145 53 5 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
B 45
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$  cts.
A Cowan & Sons	
R Ward& Co	
Spicer Bros	
TNHibben& Co....
Ritchie & Easson	
British Leather C Mfg Co
W J Gage & Co, Ltd.
Buntin & Gillies,	
J L Shoemaker	
Wickett & Craig	
NFHall [Co
Bonestall, Richardson &
Dredge Ruling Pen Co.
WO Hickok	
R Maynard	
Mattson Rubber Co....
J L Morrison & Co	
Weiler Bros	
Thomson Stat'y Co	
G A Roedde	
News-Advertiser	
Lenz & Leiser 	
Wescott Bros	
M Adams	
Henderson Bros	
Dean & Hiscocks	
F Came	
Windsor Grocery	
Melrose Co	
R A Brown	
F Norris & Sons	
E G Prior & Co	
Hinton &Co.	
L Haf er	
A Manson	
Colonist P & P Co	
E & N Railway	
CPR Co	
Dodwell&Co	
RPRithet& Co	
Northern Pacific Ex Co.
B C Electric Railway...
H M Customs	
Brought forward	
V—PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).-C<m^wetf.
Vote No. S 4.—Printing Office,  Victoria.— Concluded.
Jioofc-Binding JBrancJi.
(Maintenance.)
Paper 	
Millboard	
do       	
do       	
Bookbinders' cloth,
do
Gold leaf, &c	
Leather 	
do
do
do
do     	
Ruling pens .
do
Knives .
Gold rubbers	
Wire	
Moulding	
Machinery Inspection Report Books	
Binding volumes for Land Regfstry Office, Vancouver
do       County Court Judgments, m
Cotton, etc	
Thread, etc 	
do 	
Gum arabic   	
Oil of cloves	
Flour 	
do   etc     .
Glass.
Chisel  	
Handle for leather case	
Knives, etc	
Wiring and installing stove ...  	
Labour and material repairing machinery
Extra services for 12 months	
Grinding knives, etc	
Freight	
do
do
do
Expre
Power for Bindery, 1 month.
Duty on material	
STATEMENT
Total,$2,248.10
Op Work done in the Printing and Binding Departments during the year
ending June 30th, 1905.
Lieutenant-Governor's Office	
Premier's Office	
Provincial Secretary's Office	
Mines Department 	
Treasury Department	
Department of Agriculture ...   	
Lands and Works Department	
Attorney-General's Department	
Land Registry Offices	
Legislative Library	
Steam Boiler Inspection	
Bureau of Information and Immigration	
Surveyor of Taxes and Assessors	
Government Agents and Mining Recorders	
Supreme and County Courts	
Stipendiary Magistrates    	
Police and Gaols	
Legislation	
Printing Department.—General	
Gazette	
Museum ,	
Hospital for the Insane	
Education    	
Stationery	
Board of Health  	
. $ 133 10
10 25
354 85
3,819 45
.  2,114 75
.  2,271 35
1,966 75
1,115 60
2,521 95
390 25
369 05
6,980 55
1,583 95
636 40
1,167 15
37 SO
406 35
7,107 10
230 60
7,531 85
495 10
94 Of
2,166 95
598 55
256 55
  21,679 29
Revenue received during same period	
Note.—A large quantity of printing paper and other material remaining over at
the close of fiscal year is available for future use.
Carried forward...
337 86
193 95
333 08
10 92
90 60
44 82
151 13
245 41
93 30
39 06
33 64
22 55
4 06
2 93
1 50
2 00
46 10
25 48
138 00
91 55
4 50
32 16
90
10
5 00
25
3 00
4 10
60
40
75
9 57
80 77
21 40
60 00
12
24 02
2 60
2 40
80
8 75
18 76
46 54
50,393 63 B 46
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$   cts.
B C Assay & Chem Sup Co
Henderson Bros	
Baird & Tatlock	
J Laider & Sons	
F W Nolte 	
Challoner& Mitchell....
Victoria Book & Sta Co .
Engineering & Min Jour'l
J A Dresser	
W F Clay 	
Fleming Bros.  	
R Maynard	
0 H Smith & Co	
J Sommers	
Melrose Co	
Weiler Bros	
Victoria Machin'y Depot
E G Prior & Co	
S Shore	
Hickman,Tye Hdw Co.
C M Cookson	
L Haf er	
Hinton Electric Co ....
B C Photo Eng Co	
Colonist P & P Co	
Turner, Beeton & Co...
Victoria Gas Co 	
H Carmichael	
N Carmichael	
American Inst of M Eng
SHall	
A I Robertson	
F W Valleau	
W Allen	
D Graham	
H Harris	
ALMcKillop	
RHLey	
A M Wolverton	
J K Salter	
W WSpinks	
J A Harvey	
F R Poole	
A M Jones	
A Dick	
G Burrows	
H M Customs	
Dom Express Co	
Pacific Transfer Co	
W S Beckwith	
F Kermode. .
E M Anderson
D Withrow...
W J Rant ....
Weiler Bros	
Muirhead & Mann	
F Foster	
F Lawrence	
E M Anderson	
A SUrquhart	
Terry & Marrett	
D E Campbell	
Hutcheson Co Ltd	
Victoria Book & Sta Co
Fell & Co	
Melrose Co	
Brought forward	
V.-PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).-Continued.
Vote No. 55.—Bureau of Mines (Maintenance).
Chemicals and apparatus    .
Chemicals   	
Apparatus     	
Safety lamps	
Thermometer and repairing compass	
Silver (used in extracting gold)	
Text books	
do 	
Rock slides  	
14 volumes Journals of Chemical Industry.
Photo supplies	
do 	
Moulding and vise	
do 	
Glass for cases	
Typewriter desk, chair, etc	
Castings	
Hardware	
do 	
do 	
Brackets .
Brass fittings	
Apparatus	
Cuts for Minister of Mines Report.
Lithographing tables	
Blankets, sacks, etc	
Gas.
Paid for specimens, freight, cartage, etc	
Travelling expenses erecting model of Poorman Mine	
Binding copies of transactions	
Subscription to " Chemical Industry "	
Services assisting Provincial Mineralogist with Annual Report, 4 mons. 3 d. @ $75
do   in Mineral Museum arranging specimens, 1     .,     7   n      75
do   attending to fires in Mineral Museum, 2     n 10
do " „ 1     „ 10
Services Examiner 12 davs (" 85,860; Chemical supplies 817.00, at Assay ers' Exams.
do 6 „     5,   30; ii 32.05, „
Services assisting at examinations	
do     Typewriting examination papers	
Janitor	
Judge 28 days @ 810, expenses $283.10, re Dick investigation	
Crown Counsel ,. 	
Stenographer u 	
i, (Nanaimo sitting) u 	
Copy of evidence n 	
Cleaning, painting, etc., Mineral Museum and Laboratory 14 days @ $2
Duty on hooks	
Express charges on Anemometers for Inspectors	
Expressage	
do        	
do
do
do
do
do
Vote No. 50.—Provincial Museum.
(Staff.)
Curator 12 months @ $85
Assistant Curator  12 n 50
Caretaker 10 „ 50
do        2 „ 50
Total salaries of Staff, 82,220.00
(Maintenance.)
Show Cases for Exhibits 	
Semi-circular glass sashes for Curator's office
Skin of White Bear	
Two White Bear Cubs	
Collection of B. C. Birds' eggs	
Indian relics	
Glycerine	
Disinfectant     ....
Sheeting, pins, &c	
Text Books   	
Soap	
Paints	
Carried forward.
865 33
129 13
59 45
56 38
6 75
2 90
76 35
5 95
4 80
100 00
57 55
7 15
25 67
6 10
12 35
51 55
24 68
28 86
22 32
10 59
i 00
5 00
6 95
169 04
90 00
22 06
315 95
93 02
50 00
2 00
6 09
307 50
93 75
20 00
10 00
107 00
02 05
15 00
2 50
10 00
563 10
320 75
62 00
39 45
15 00
28 00
35
1 10
34 33
50
1,020 00
600 00
500 00
100 00
227 SO
85 00
30 1X1
20 00
20 00
10 00
12
2 00
8 50
18 15
1 00
8 15
4,000 35
48 54,393 9S 5 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
B 47
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$   cts
J Sommer	
A & W Wilson	
L Haf er	
A McGregor & Co	
Hickman Tye Hdw Co .
E G Prior & Co	
J Barnsley & Co	
T N Hibben & Co	
F Jeune & Bro	
Watson & Hall 	
F Kermode	
W J Rant	
O C Hastings	
D Withrow	
W Davis	
F Tatham	
R Lewis	
E S Shrapnel	
Northern Pacific Ex Co.
W S Beckwith	
Victoria Transfer Co ...
G H Manchester, M D
C E Doherty, M D . .
W Workman, M D .. .
M J Knight	
R Rees	
H Stout..	
WTL House	
E B Stinchcombe ....
J D Hopkins	
E Fitzgerald	
W F Beggs	
D McQuarrie	
J McRae	
F Green	
W G Armour	
J Inglis	
do	
F Hewton	
do        	
J B Foster	
F Shamler	
W Nelson	
G Mathewson	
M Fillmore	
N Brown	
W F Johnson	
G Farrant	
J A Jackson	
P Douglas	
E B Jones	
J F Strang	
N Cunningham	
L Dunbrack	
A J Mercer	
A Bettles	
J Pumphery	
W S Cunningham....
D B Slater	
GW Henry	
W M Thomas	
S McKean	
J Devlin	
C J Yorke	
WjEllwood	
JC McBride	
J A Gieschen	
TTheroux	
G Brown	
E O'Donovan	
Brought forward	
V.-PUBLIC  INSTITUTIONS  (MAINTENANCE).-Continued.
Vote No. 50.—Provincial Museum.—Concluded.
(Maintenance).—Concluded.
Paints	
Pail covers.
Iron rods ..
do
Hardware	
do       	
Rifle, etc	
Charts....   	
Tents, etc	
Groceries, etc., for Curator's trip to Princess Royal Island
Travelling expenses to Princess Royal Island, &c	
Services as Caretaker during illness of D. Withrow   3 mos. 28 days @ $50
do     in Museum 24 t,      2
do ii        Sundays and holidays
do ii   18 days @ $1.00
do     Cleaning tiles  3 n     2.00
do ..       3 ii     2.00
do     Painting specimens   8 11     4.50
Express on specimens	
Expressage	
do 	
Total, $1,108 36
Vote No. 57.—Hospital for the Insane, New Westminster.
(Staff.)
Medical Superintendent ..
do
Assistant Superintendent
Bursar.
Steward	
Engineer	
Gardener 	
Farmer	
Carpenter	
Plasterer and Mason.
Tailor	
Shoemaker	
Teamster	
Baker 	
Cook
do     1 month @ $50
Assistant cook ....    	
Cook .
Assistant cook	
Cook	
Assistant cook	
do 	
Chief male attendant .
Matron	
Fireman	
do
Nightwatchman     11 months @ $50;
2nd i.   6 months 15 days @ $42.50;
Laundryman	
Male attendant	
do 	
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
3 months @ $46.50;    9
8 months i
4
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
2
3
2
2
4
4
2
1
12
12
12
12
1
3
12
12
12
2
3 months i
8 months @ $37.50; 2
$46.60;
41.50;
40 ;
40 ;
35 ;
35    ;
  6 ii 16d. 35     ;
 8 ., 35     ;
.10 months 10 days @ $35 ;
.11 months @ $35;
12
12
9
4
4
2
6
3
2
4
4
1
8
1
11
>$208.38
150.00
83.33
00.00
80.00
75.00
60.00
60.00
60.00
60.00
60 00
47.50
30
60
d. 60
60
45
d. 60
n 45
n 60
u 45
ii 45
55
50
50
50
52.50
i, 45
50
47.
50
i, 42.50
47.50
42.50
50
47.50
47.50
42.50
42.50
42.50
37.50
37.50
d. 35
37.50
37.50
,, 37.50
ii 35
3
ii 35
i.50
Carried forward.
2,663 48
54,393 98
1 20
80
2 25
1 25
42
40 91
98 30
3 00
15 75
32 10
164 40
196 05
48 00
29 00
18 00
6 00
6 00
36 00
4 65
15 95
4 85
3,388 36
1,666 66
600 00
1,000 00
1,200 00
960 00
900 00
720 00
720 00
720 00
720 00
720 00
570 00
360 00
720 00
160 00
230 00
90 00
130 70
221 45
289 30
128 27
48 70
660 00
600 00
600 00
600 00
602 50
454 11
600 00
570 00
600 00
113 33
507 00
340 00
600 00
570 00
567 00
502 00
490 00
465 00
435 00
322 50
93 33
413 93
430 00
423 71
302 50
422 50
399 68
25,619 17
57,782 34 B 48
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$   cts.
M Markland ...
EF Darey	
T Wright	
J Walker	
J Barnett	
F E Townsend.
J A Jackson ..
C Salter	
do   	
R H Seymour..
A Preston	
E J Corrigan ..
M Huff	
M Reid	
V Forde	
R L Orr   	
A Thomas	
ELee	
D A Brett	
C Metcalfe ....
C E Ferris	
S Huntley	
C Burton	
B Bracken ....
S Hutcheson...
J Hardie	
E Lusier 	
B Frith	
L Taylor	
L Worley	
S McLean	
A G Fuller ....
0 Morris, M D .
J A McKelvie .
C J Yorke	
R W Timmins .
N Cunningham
W Armour ....
C A Welsh	
G Adams	
Reichenbach Co, Ltd .
P Byrne	
S FMark	
National Fish Co	
St Mungo Canning Co
McKenzie & Martin .  ...
W T Shatford	
Okanagan Meat Market.
C O'Keef e	
C Garden	
CR Martin	
W Middleton	
Gilley Bros	
New Westminster Gas Co
CAWelsh	
Cunningham Hdw Co...
T J Trapp & Co	
Brought forward	
V.-PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS QIAINIESANGEI-Contintied.
Vote No. 57.-Hospital, for the Insane, Neiv Westminster.-
Continued.
Staff.—Concluded.
Male attendant	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Relieving attendant	
Male attendant	
Mess-room orderly 1 month @ I
do 	
Porter	
Night nurse 8 months {(>: 835 ;
5
mos. 13
15
3 months @ $32.60:
! 832.50; 1 in. (« 835;
32.50; 1    i,     35;
27.50; 9     ii      30;
27.50;
27.50;
25.00;
25.00;
Female charge attendant, 4 mos. 14 d.
do 6   ii     24
do 1   „
do 6   i,
do 8   „
do 4   it
do 8   ii
do      2
do   8 mos. @ $25;   4
Tailoress and attendant  12
Female charge attendant     2
do      2
Supernumerary attendant    Ii
do'  13 hours @ 37£c,
Laundress   12 months (a
Housemaid    2 M
do      4J
do  4^ months @ $12 ;   1 n
Extra services as fireman 3
(Vernon Branch.)
Superintendent    10 months @ $100
23
d $35
i, 35
n 37.50
,i 37.50
n 35
35
45
ii 35
35
32.50
15
37.50
37.50
37.50
32.50
30
30
27.50
n 27.50
25
27.50
30
i, 25
., 25
„ 25
an hour
I   $35
12
12
15
months
Medical attendant .
Nightwatchman ..
Charge attendant
do
do
Cook	
110 d. 50
, 10 ,i 70
i 10  ii 45
10
9
,10
.10
66
65
Total salaries of Staff, $35,173.46
Provisions.
(New Westminster.)
Groceries.
Potatoes .
Meat	
Milk ....
Bread    ..
Fish   	
do   	
(Vernon Branch.)
Total, $17,865.53
Groceries.
do
do   ..
Bread
do
Fuel and Light.
(New Westminster.)
Total, $3,664.81
Coal	
Gas	
Coal oil, matches, etc	
Oil, waste, packing, etc	
do 	
Carried forward
25,619 17
5 64
120 80
18 31
107 50
71 10
70 00
45 00
50 81
337 50
65 00
180 00
430 00
329 68
405 16
362 50
345 00
340 00
155 00
248 58
50 00
310 00
360 00
67 50
57 75
11 29
4 86
420 00
24 00
54 00
69 00
35 00
1,000 00
466 66
653 33
420 00
650 00
606 60
606 66
8,922 81
265 20
6,480 71
1,544 02
3 75
35 84
613 20
1,587 44
11 65
1,274 13
15 36
278 42
173 00
324 81
4,976 32
412 85
46 59
148 41
40 40
62,328 37
57,782 34
67,782 34 5 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
B 49
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$ cts.
62,328 37
6 70
72 99
94 60
12 50
1 50
1 50
15 00
100 00
194 14
350 00
87 00
6 50
7 00
997 64
120 00
353 28
296 58
43 53
27 79
26 65
3 85
5 22
42 29
867 90
132 95
663 11
440 00
104 05
142 94
2 75
391 84
36 10
24 75
80 75
13 50
6 65
747 30
91 80
21 40
1,173 27
242 68
96 33
80 10
57,782 34
V.-PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).-
—Continued.
Vestminster. —
Vanstone Heating Co ...
Vote No. 57.—Hospital for the Insane, New J
Continued.
Fuel and Light.—Concluded.
(New Westminster.)—Conchcded.
do                                      	
HTKirk	
Royal City Planing Mills
Corp'nof City of NWest'r
Charge for connection with electric light system, March 1st to Nov. 30th, 1903	
Total, $6,929.30
(Vernon Branch.)
Licrht	
T N Hayes	
Wood	
do    	
F Twidle	
do                                            	
Corp'n of City of N West'r
Corp'n City of Vernon ..
H Ryall	
Water.
(New Westminster.)
Water                         	
Total, $644.64
(Vernon Branch.)
Medicines, and Surgical Appliances.
(New Westminster.)
D S Curtis & Oo ..
do          	
J F Hartz & Co, Ltd	
do        	
Chandler & Massey	
do               •
do        	
S A Muir & Co
(Vernon Branch.)
Clot7iinff, Hoots and Shoes.
(New Westminster.)
Total, $756.90
J E Phillips	
HL DeBeck	
do     	
T H Smith	
W S Collister & Co...
BC Leather Co	
(Vernon Branch.)
Total, $2,353.70
do      	
W T Shatford	
C Yeo	
do               	
Total, $553.49
Furniture, Stoves, Bedding, etc.
(New Westminster.)
W E Fales	
do         	
HR Ives &Co	
W S Collister & Co ...  .
Cunningham Hdw Co...
C A Welsh	
70,554 60
57,782 34 B 50
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$  cts.
Bramhall, Deane & Co ..
T JTrapp&Co	
E J Rae	
Yoho Heater Co    	
T Haggerty	
F Crake	
W C Chamberlain	
Victoria Glass Works....
J Sommer  	
C WRobson	
Hinton Electric Co...
Berlin Felt Boot Co	
A Speck	
Brunette Sawr Mill Co...
Royal City Planing Mills
Galbraith & Sons	
A P May and Co	
W R Megaw	
Vernon Hardware Co ...
W F Cameron	
McKenzie & Martin	
E B Treat & Co	
Clarke Co	
John Hopkin's press	
C A Smith	
C Roberts .   	
Medical Superintendent.
R E Walker, M D	
DLaBau, MD	
J H Jones, M D 	
LT Davis, MD	
R J Hawkey, M D	
WD Keith, MD	
G E Drew, M D	
L M Mackeehnie, M D ..
A Poole, MD	
WReinhardt, MD	
0 Morris, MD	
WH. Sutherland, M D..
J W Cross, MD	
G J Chipperfield, MD...
J N Taylor, MD	
H P Millard, M D	
S J Tunstall, M D	
R R Robinson, M D  	
C E Doherty, M D	
D Corsan.M D	
W D Brydon-Jaek, M D .
W A Newcombe, M D ...
W F Drysdale, M D	
W B Burnett, M D	
H J Wasson, M D	
C A Tunstall, M D	
R I Bentley, M D	
L J O'Brien, M D	
J HH'gle, MD	
J H Hamilton, M D .
MSWade, MD	
W O Rose, M D	
G W Foster, M D	
J E Spankie, M D	
S E M Hoops, M D	
C A Staples, M D ..   ..
W H Bullock-Webster...
J H McMullen	
1 A Dinsmore	
Brought forward	
V.-PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).-C<m*tm«e<J.
Vote No. 57.-
■Hospital for the Insane, New Westminster.-
Continued.
Fxirniture, Stoves, Bedding, etc.—Concluded.
(New Westminster).—Conchuled.
Steam kettle
Meat cutter, etc..
Dishes	
Heater	
Clothes-hanger .
Clock 	
do
Mirrors	
Pictures and frames	
Cushion cloth for billiard table .
Lamps	
Hair felt	
Repairs to food waj	
Lumber for furniture
do n
do
do ii
on.
(Vernon Branch.)
Total, $2,891.86
Table and kitchen furniture
Dishes	
do     	
Library.
Total, $202.45
Treatises on Diseases    	
" Universal Anthology "	
" American Journal of Insanity "	
" Northwest Medicine "	
" Annals of Surgery "	
Subscription to sundry Medical Works.
Miscellaneous.
Total, $108 57
Examining 5 persons as to san
do 5        ii
do
4
do
4
do
4
do
3
do
3
do
3
do
2
do
2
do
2
do
2
do
2
do
2
do
2
do
1
do
1
do
1
do
1
do
1
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1
do
1
do
1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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do
1
do
1
do
1
do
1
do
1
do
1
do
1
Assisting at an operation.
attendance on patient prior to going to Asylum
Mileage $1.50	
Fares, meals, &c, as Constable escorting patients to Asylum,
do i. ii
do " ii
Carried forward....
66 00
68 00
8 05
12 50
7 75
9 25
4 00
18 51
11 00
22 00
19 00
72 00
18 25
80 57
16 49
9 45
6 16
56 65
129 30
8 10
8 40
17 50
15 00
5 00
2 50
2 50
66 07
5
5
5
5
5
5
4
195
166
150
57,782 34
72,160 801 57,782 34 5 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
B 51
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$  cts.
C W Young	
G Cunningham	
A Sampson	
B Gardom	
H McLean	
C Carlson	
R A Upper	
C J Bunbury	
C J Crawford	
W L Fernie	
G Cassidy	
J ANesbitt	
A K Farquharson	
W A B Button	
WBHaynes	
J A Fraser	
S E Hambly	
CS Campbell	
CPRCo	
Union SS Co	
J P Murphy	
M Spence	
J Beecher   	
S Gratton	
Hotel Metropole   	
J Aird	
F A Lee	
Devoy & Chadsey	
S H Thompson	
The Medical Supt	
G H Manchester, M D...
National Fresh Fish Co .
B C Packers' Association
Reichenbach Co   	
Brackman-Ker Milling Co
C A Welsh	
H A Morey & Co 	
D S Curtis & Co	
H Ryall	
Cunningham Hdw Co...
Hardman & Brvson	
T JTrapp & Co	
Albion Iron Works	
Schaake Machine Works
Vanstone Heating Co...
T Ovens	
N Wood	
S J Davison	
C H Jones & Co	
F Crake	
A JMcMullin	
G Adams	
Steele Briggs Seed Co...
S Abra	
J LaDuc	
A Gordon	
J Thompson	
Troy Laund'y Machine Co
New Method Laundry...
Brunette Saw Mill Co...
Postmaster  	
WEFales	
do      	
Rockwood Asylum	
World P & P Co	
Columbian Co, Ltd	
ProvinceP&P Co	
News-Advertiser	
F DeGrey	
H H Lennie	
Smith Bros	
Thomson Stationery Co.
Brought forward	
V.-PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).-Co«.«iwtted.
Vote No. 57.-
■Hospital for the Insane, New Westminster.
Continued.
Miscellaneous.—Continued.
Fares, meals, &c, as Constable escorting patients to Asylum,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Fares for Keeper and Patient    	
do ii 	
Services as Keeper	
do Nurse	
do Attendant	
do ii 	
Meals for Constable and Keeper	
Livery and hack hire	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Paid gratuities, freight, and express charges, etc	
do   fares, freight on effects, and expenses, 52 patients to Vernon .
Ice.
do	
Tallow for soap	
Hay, chop feed, straw, etc	
Tobacco, soap, seed, etc	
Magazines  	
Toilet requisites, disinfectants, etc .
do ii
Hardware, paint, etc	
do 	
Garden tools	
Garden roller, etc	
Castings, etc     	
Plumbing	
Blacksmithing	
Repairing waggon	
do       harness	
do       tent 	
do       clock	
Filing saw	
Seed potatoes	
Garden seeds	
Fertilizers  	
do 	
Sand
Thoroughbred stock for breeding purposes	
Blanketing for roller in laundry	
Marking ink   	
Lumber	
Rent of P. 0. Drawer	
Funeral expenses of 11 patients, (g> $7.90; 1 @ $6.40	
Pictures	
Maintenance of J. L. Barry, a lunatic convict, for 12 months .
Subscription	
do and advertising   	
Advertising   	
do 	
Hair clippers	
Tuning and repairing piano	
Violin bow, etc	
Rubber stamp   	
Carried forward      77,279 52   57,782 34
72,160 80
136 25
80 80
79 65
74 25
65 00
52 75
52 75
30 75
29 25
28 70
27 30
26 40
23 45
21 00
12 50
9 10
9 00
75
95 90
56 25
20 00
40 00
2 50
2 50
6 00
15 00
10 00
4 £0
3 50
475 11
1,010 22
67 35
28 00
25 25
673 50
652 81
46 88
143 03
42 75
183 55
53 31
64 85
29 78
12 65
6 75
26 50
20 00
2 00
10 00
2 75
2 00
50 00
25 41
2 50
2 00
80
40 00
33 08
17 55
20 44
5 00
93 30
13 80
168 00
9 00
8 00
4 50
95
10 50
10 00
8 90
1 05
57,782 34 B 52
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
McKenzie & Martin	
W F Cameron	
WTShatford	
Okanagan Meat Market
Vernon Hardware Co ..
W R Megaw	
G E Ross	
H Schultz	
Neil & Cryderman	
Vernon Saw Mill	
Holmes & Hacking	
Campbell Bros 	
A G Fuller	
T Swift	
R W Timmins	
H McLean..
M McLean .
S Brown ...
M Ardell ...
F Matthews
E Hyde
G A Bath...
McLean & Co	
P Burns & Co	
Stevens & Allen	
F Ellison	
McArthur & Harper,
J Milton	
Taylor & Co ,
City of Kamloops ...
City of Kamloops ...
J H Clements	
Mallery Drug Co   .
Hudson's Bay Co ..,
Hudson's Bay Co...
L Quinn	
Hudson's Bay Co
McArthur & Harper
J L Gordon	
E G Prior & Co ....
T H Leeming	
W Russell	
B C Express	
CPRCo	
Golden Hospital ...
CS Campbell	
Tobacco, soap, etc	
Garden seeds	
do 	
Live hogs	
Hardware	
do	
Plumbing	
Blacksmithing    	
Team hire   	
Lumber	
Dentistry	
Funeral expenses of 1 patient	
Travelling expenses conferring with Med. Supt. at New Westminster ,
do as guard	
do ii ,
Brought forward	
V.-PIIBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).-C<m«£m*e<?.
Vote No. 57.—Hospital for the Insane, New Westminster.
Concluded.
Miscellaneotts. —Concluded.
(Vernon Branch.)
Vote No. 58.— Provincial Home, Kamloops.
(Staff.)
Superintendent    12 months @  865
Matron 12 ,,           30
Nurse     9 „ 22 d. 40
do         2 i,   8 ii 40
Cook  12 H           40
Fireman  12 n           40
do             4 ,,15  i.40
Total, §2,760
Provisions.
Groceries, etc..
Meat	
Bread	
Milk	
Potatoes	
Fuel and Light.
Total, $5,484.22
Coal and wood.
Wood	
Light	
Total, Sl,479.£
Medicines, Etc.
Medicines ..
do
Stimulants .
Clothing, Etc
Total, $380.35
Clothing	
Repairing shoes
Furniture, Bedding, etc.
Total, §465.11
Table linen, bedding, etc	
do ,r ....
Mattress, etc 	
Kitchen and cooking utensils.
Dishes	
Transport.
Travelling allowance, Kamloops to Southampton	
Fares of patients to n 	
do „ i> 	
do „ n 	
Paid for travelling expenses of patients to Kamloops.
Total, $221.*
Carried forward.
77,279 52
63 80
10 65
22 22
54 45
98 51
41 15
26 00
1 50
61 00
95 84
13 00
25 00
45 45
39 00
16 90
780 00
360 00
389 35
90 65
480 00
480 00
180 00
2,991 11
1,482 30
477 72
524 34
8 75
1,173 14
63 50
242 75
171 00
258 10
78 25
44 00
447 36
17 75
59 00
56 68
47 65
29 90
28 65
95 65
97 40
25 25
9 00
31 15
1 11,220 40
135,676 33 5 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
B 53
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$ cts.
J H McMullin	
AG Fuller	
W H Bullock-Webster.
A P Procter, M D	
J S Burriss. M D 	
J L Gordon	
D D Robertson	
Royal Inland Hospital ..
W Belt	
M Ardell	
W Dorner	
J B Gerry	
Blackbourne Bros	
D Miller	
J M Benzie	
T H Leeming	
EG Prior & Co	
Shotton & McClughan ..
W Hargraves	
Taylor & Oo	
Thompson R Lumber Co.
Johnston & Co	
McLean & Co	
J L Gordon	
J Milton	
J P Babcock	
L Ledgerwood	
W Miller	
Pay List	
Vancouver Eng'ring Wks
Pacific Coast Pipe Co .
Cunningham Haw Co.
J Dunlop	
C A Phair	
G Brown	
California Asphaltum
Sales Agency	
W Cummings	
J H Chapman	
J B Uren	
S Smith   	
P Santini	
A G Rebagliati 	
J Dickey	
Victoria Transfer Co ..
Duguid & Hurley	
Prov Royal Jubilee Hosp'l
Vancouver Gen'l       n
St Eugene n
Nanaimo h
Royal Columbian      M
Brought forward	
V.-PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).-Concluded.
11,220 40
Vote No. 58.—Provincial Home, Kamloops.—Concluded.
Transport.—Concluded.
Paid for travelling expenses of patients to Kamloops	
do                         ti                         n                     ii       ...    .
do ii ii ii       	
Medical Attendant.
Total, $315.20
Medical attendant  7 months (
do 	
Miscellaneous.
Burial of 16 inmates @ $17.25	
do       3 ,, 17.50	
Care and maintenance of inmates	
Services as nurse	
do 	
do 	
Dental services rendered inmate	
Labour and material painting sick wards..
do ti        putting up windows.
Plumbing	
Hardware   	
do        	
do        	
Blacksmithing	
Lumber	
do    	
Lime	
Seeds 	
Tacks	
Expressage	
Vote No. 50,—Fish Hatchery, Seton Lake.
(Staff.)
Deputy Commissioner of Fisheries  12 months @ $250
Fish Culturist     12 „ 125
Assistant u     2 mos. @ $76 ; 10 u 85
Total for Staff, $5,500
(Maintenance.)
Laborers and Plumbers	
Steel Pipe, &c	
Wooden Pipe	
Rope and wire	
Hardware and general supplies.
do
Pipe and fittings	
Asphalt paint	
Rope	
Fish Marker	
Blacksmithing	
Labour 43 days @ $7, expenses $107.70 .
Team hire, &c	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Lumber, steamer hire, &c	
VI. -HOSPITALS AND CHARITIES.
22 70
18 75
15 30
233 33
166 67
276 00
52 60
46
20 00
20 00
2 00
15 00
130 50
7 00
107 85
70 20
36 50
7 47
3 82
163 41
66 65
12 00
17 23
30
13 50
3,000 00
1,500 00
1,000 00
3,035 97
878 68
308 00
91 72
631 91
219 04
7 80
9 40
5
4 50
72 85
408 70
170 65
688 18
46
1 00
139 11
Vote No. GO.—Grants to Hospitals.
Grant per capita to Hospital, Victoria	
do Vancouver 	
do Cranbrook	
do Nanaimo	
do New Westminster	
Carried  forward
41,822 50
12,745 i B 54
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$   cts.
Queen Victoria   Hospital
Grant per cai
Royal Inland             >,
do
Kootenay Lake Gen ,,
do
Union and Comox     ,,
do
Vernon Jubilee         n
do
Sacred Heart             n
do
Ymir General            n
do
General                      ,,
do
Royal Cariboo            n
do
General                      ,,
do
Mater Misericordiae ,,
do
Phcenix General        n
do
General                      ,,
do
Cottage                        ,,
do
Lardeau Min Union •,
do
General                      ,,
do
Fernie                        ,,
do
Bella Bella                 ,i
do
Sandon Min's Union ,,
do
Miners' Union           n
do
Hazelton                    ,,
do
Refuge Home	
Alexandra Home	
C Maclean, M B C M.
A D Morgan, M D ...
J M English, MD....
E CFoot, MB	
G R Baker, M D	
S E Mostyn Hoops, M D.
A J Stuart, MD	
WENewcomb, MD.
R B White, M D	
Brought forward.
Vote No. GO.—Grants to Hospitals,—Concluded.
Kamloops ....
Nelson	
Cumberland..
Vernon	
Greenwood...
Ymir	
Chemainus...
Barkerville...
Golden	
Rossland	
Phoenix	
Atlin	
Grand Forks .
Ferguson	
Port Simpson.
Fernie   	
Bella Bella ...
Sandon	
Slocan	
Hazelton	
Vote No. 61.—Refuge Home, Victoria.
Grant in aid, 12 months  	
Vote No. 62.—Alexandra Home, Vancouver.
Grant in aid, 12 months	
Vote No. 63.—In aid of Resident Physician, West Coast.
Grant in aid, 12 months  .  	
Vote No. 64.—In aid of Resident Physician, Quesnel.
Grant in aid, 1 month 20 days
do 6     ii       21    ,r    .
Vote No. 65.—In aid of Resident Physician, Salt Spring Island,
Grant in aid, 3 months.
do 9 r,       .
Vote No. 66.—In aid of Resident Physician, 150-Mile House.
Grant in aid, 12 months	
Vote No. 67.—In aid of Resident Physician, Mission City.
Grant in aid, 12 months	
Vote No. 68.—In aid of Resident Physician, Trout lake.
Grant in aid, 3 2 months	
Vote No. 69.—In aid of Resident Physician, South Okancigan.
Grant in aid, 12 months	
Carried, forward	
3,963 50
3,594 00
3,304 00
2,596 70
2,510 35
2,325 55
2,257 90
2,076 95
2,000 00
1,743 40
1,614 60
1,533 70
1,306 60
1,216 30
1,168 00
1,144 00
812 95
652 00
625 00
496 00
201 00
41,822 50
69 06
280 08
125 00
375 00
78,971 90
1,000 00
500 00
600 00
83,821 04 5 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July. 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
B 55
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts
R Elliott, MD	
St Andrew's Hospital...
T A Wilson, M D	
B II Wilson, M D	
WTKergin, M D	
HC Wrinch, MD	
H C Mellard, M D	
D B Lazier, M D...  	
G Sanson, M D 	
JESchon, MD	
Archbishop Orth	
Rev A Dontenwell   	
St Paul's Hospital	
B C Protestant Orp Home
Home for Aged and Infirm
Women	
St Mary's Mission	
Fernie Hospital	
G M Foster, M D	
WENewcombe, M D ...
WTHoyes, MD	
C M Kingston, M D	
J A Pybus, M D	
T A Wilson, M D	
J Vereertbrugghen, M D
Brought forward	
VI.-HOSPITALS AND CHAUNmS.-Continued.
Vote No. 70.—In aid of Resident Physician, Windermere District.
Grant in aid, 12 months	
Vote No. 71.—Injaid of Resident Physician, Atlin.
Grant in aid, 12 months 	
Vote No. 72.—In aid of Resident Physician, Port Fssington.
Grant in aid, 3 months.
do 9       ,i      .
Vote No. 73.—In aid of Resident Physician, Port Simpson.
Grant in aid, 12 months   	
Vote No. 74.—In aid of Resident Physician, Haselton.
Grant in aid  	
Vote No. 75.—In aid of Resident Physician, Denman and
Hornby Islands.
Grant in aid, 12 months	
Vote No. 70.—In aid of Resident Physician, Camborne.
Grant in aid, 2 months	
Vote No. 70a.—In Aid of Resident Physician, Clinton.
Grant in aid, 4 months	
Vote No. 70b.—In aid of Resident Physician, Princeton.
Grant in aid, 6 months    	
Vote No. 70c — Grants in Aid of Charitable Institutions.
Grant in aid Boys' Protectorate, Quamichan, and St. Ann's Orphanage for Girls
Nanaimo	
Grant in aid Providence Orphanage, New Westminster	
Vote No. 77.—In aid of Destitute Poor and Sick.
Care and maintenance of destitute poor and sick persons, Vancouver
do Victoria...
do
do
do
Medical attendance on destitute poor and sick
do ..
do
do ii
do ii
do ,,
do
Mission Junction.
Fernie	
Carried forward.
125 00
375 00
250 00
250 00
1,770 00
520 00
367 30
240 00
82 00
225 00
126 00
112 00
109 00
102 50
100 00
94 50
3,848 30
83,821 04
300 00
500 00
500 00
166 65
150 00
500 00
87,237 69 B 56
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
Brought forward	
VI.-HOSPITALS AND GHARmm.-Continued.
Vote No. 77. —In aid of Destitute Poor and Sick.—Continued.
Municipality of Victoria.
G H Tutill, M D	
S Bonnell, M D	
B F Boyce, M D	
J W Cross, MD	
H A Whillans, M D .
RB White, MD	
H M Robertson, M D ...
R B Boucher, M D	
F W Hall, M D 	
Mrs K Macdonald	
E V V Wilson-Brown
C Flesh	
W Cook	
M Muir	
W Rivers.  	
B WWard	
L P Lewis	
A Fitzsimmons	
F Smith 	
G Williams	
W Fraser	
T Harman	
JWhyte	
F Bibean	
J Patrick	
ME Rowed	
A Mclnnes	
B Pettipeace 	
C Carlson	
Dixon Bros	
C Kerr	
J Jane 	
A J Moll	
E A McCauley 	
Central Hotel	
R M Palmer	
G Bevilockway 	
J F Mesher	
D H Ross & Co	
Watson & Hall	
L Dickinson	
Erskine & Co	
West End Grocery 	
G S Potts	
J Mott	
T R Hanson	
C Bazett	
Crowr's Nest Trading Co.
W Morlev	
C J Moore & Co	
H E Woodland & Co
Sundry Persons	
do 	
ET WPearse	
A D. Mclntyre	
C J South	
HF Green	
J Holland	
J Evans	
R Okerberg	
D McMillan	
WE Towers	
BH McNeill	
C W Young	
R E Lemon	
J H McMullin	
J F Calbreath	
L Norris	
G F Gormley	
C A Dow	
D J Darraugh	
FWLaing   ...
J Walsh	
AC Minty	
J Wilson	
J W Burr	
Paid medical attendance on destitute poor and sick .
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do i,
do ii
Grant in aid to several persons	
do        	
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Care and maintenance, E. Cederholm	
do C. Bouchier	
do A. Tappage	
do Mrs. Moran	
do J. Nygaard	
do J. Chapman	
do G. Cardiner	
do C. B. Fredericks	
do Schultz (infant)	
do Loudon children 	
do A. McKay	
Grant in aid of Malcolm Island Organisation Co	
Groceries, provisions, etc., supplied to destitute poor and sick persons
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Medicines ■	
Expenses incurred, care and maintenance W. Chishohn	
do ii Messrs. Bonner and Brown found destitute
Paid, ii several consumptives	
Rent of cottage for several consumptives  9 months @ $4
Travelling expenses on behalf Children's Aid Society rescuing destitute children
Services as nurse for VV. Brown, sick and destitute	
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do P. Hickey,
do W. Small,
do T. Leighton,
do A. Birch,
Transportation of indigent poor and sick.
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B 57
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
G Cunningham .  ..
C P R Co	
W P & Y Railway...
S Taylor	
WP'Bassett	
L J Quagliotti	
J L Sloat	
MPriekett	
R Faulkner	
J L Gordon	
Victoria Transfer Co
Geary & Doyle	
B C Express	
D M McDougall & Co
Fernie Cartage Co ..
S H Thompson 	
Pay list	
R B McMicking, J P
T Shotholt, J P.
WDalby, JP...
W H Wood, J P
TDunn, J P	
F Buscombe, J P
T F McGuigan, J P
W M Hilbert, J P.
E Pimbury, J P —
J C McArthur, J P
P Venables, J P .
G Hargreaves, J P
W T Cooksley, J P
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VI.- HOSPITALS AND CHABITIES.-Oo»c?Mded.
Vote No. 77.—In Aid of Destitute Poor and Sick.—Concluded.
Paid transportation of indigent poor and sick	
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Grant in aid towards passage to England	
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do ii G. Hawkins	
do to Nova Scotia, P. S. Marsh	
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do moving household effects	
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VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHEK THAN SALARIES).
Vote No. 70.—Summoning and paying Jurors and Witnesses.
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Nanaimo.
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Wong Ah Lum, i
Gin Duck, i
Clarke, i
Bartlett, i
Wall, i
Jasper, i
Miller, Vanci
Kay, i
Maida, i
Telford, i
McDonald & Hogan,       i
Omagelas, i
Schwid, i
Campbell, i
Murata, i
Brechen, i
O'Conners, i
Ganthier, i
Brown & Kolonoski,      i
Sterling, i
Hogan, i
Lee Chung, i
Belding, i
Schultz, i
Weston, i
Johnston and Hall,       i
Ah Sam, i
Sing, i
Thurston, i
Straub, ,
Davidson, i
Tweedie and Miller,
McNutt, i
Rogers, i
Ross, i
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25 00
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Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
V1I.-ADMINISTRATI0N OP JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).-
Continued.
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Vote No. 70.
-Summoning and paying Jurors and   Witnesses.-
Continued.
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Mission	
New Westminster
v. Dulug,   • Vi
Morris,
Smith and Wagner,
Willson,
McDonald,
Yarwood,
Stuckum,
Quong,
Dickerman,
Takayino,
Fielding,
Sclater,
Young,
Esplin,
Kyle,
O'Brien,
Scott,
Lee,
McCurdy
Dick, n
Downey and Nelson,     M
Calwell, ii
Johnson, n
Roche, ii
Go wan, n
Paolis, n
Connors, n
Moore and Loran, ii
Carlson, u
Yee, ,i
Goldsmith, ii
Monk and Larson, n
Doyle, ii
Lee Doon, n
Tidy, ..
Southen, Nanaimo
re Chinese assault case.     n
Rex v. Smith, n
Raines, n
Brooks, Kamloops
Rabbitt,
Brown, ii
Quoliyeskat, "
Lindley, n
Graham, n
Hankins, u
Sundry persons, n
Payette, n
Cardinal, 11
Quong Ing, n
Davis.
Cooney,
Atkinson,
Roberts,
Aho,
Fera,
Wilcox,
Gillier,
Campbell,
Tange,
McFarland,
Quinlivan,
Regan,
Berringer,
Bell,
Callaghan,
Rickers,
Frank,
Johnson,
Blossom,
McLeod,
King,
Buckham,
Ehas,
Derbyshire,
Nelson
Ymir
Greenwood
Kaslo
Cranbrook
Fernie
Carried forward
10,909 95
16 00
14 00
14 00
14 00
14 00
12 00
10 40
10 00
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8 00
8 00
6 00
6 00
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247 60
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Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
B 59
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Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION  OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).-
Continued.
Vote No. 70.—Summoning and Paying Jurors  and   Witnesses.-
Continued.
Witness fees and expenses,
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Rex v. Uhlman,
Gibbs,
Chard on,
Howard,
Dragon
Wardrop,
Brisco,
McCann,
Maiiow,
Simister,
Bryant,
Hercula,
Marper,
Burns,
McCutcheon,
Solem,
Keogh,
Shalka,
McCurdy,
Flood,
Peterson,
Chewilena,
Hedman,
Jackman,
Pollard,
Palmer,
Fernie
Morrissey
Wardner
Jaffray
Eholt
Vernon
McLeod & McGowan, Revelstoke .
Madison, n       	
Ticknor,
Skinner, n
Russell, ti
Sahn, Trout Lake.
Press, Golden
Cameron, ■■
Tine, n
Porter, 11
Mclnnes, Clinton
Tsan, n
Maoaulay, n
Diedrich, n
Saul & Amelia, , i
Grinder, n
Glencross, ,,
re  Liquor to Indians, n
Rex v. Bull, ii
ii       Zavier,
re Bush Fires Act,
Rex v. Bara,
McDonald,
Kennedy,
Lewis,
Haley,
Jameson,
Gott,
I-ye,
Adm. of Justice
Cadden,
Thereault,
Bull,
Sapion,
Cosmaitlum,
Radley,
Brett, ii
Thomas, Duncan    ..
Rice, Chemainus.
Sherman,
Hill,
Gordon,
Smith,
Nishikawa, n
Fugimoto, n
Callaghan, Atlin
Sampson, n
Tom, Alert Bay.
Schina, h
Carried forward	
Rex
Ashcroft
Nicola
Hedley
B^airview
Lillooet
Phoenix
Enderby
Comox     	
Port Essington
16,442 35
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21 00
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4 50
4 00
4 00
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3 10
16 30
5 20
4 20
13 80
8 60
4 50
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22 80
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4 00
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239 20
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8 00
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47 20
14 50
4 00
575 00
368 00
294 75
186 90
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8 00
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25 60
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5 00
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6 00
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33 00
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6 00
13 50
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5 00
42 25
8 00
4 00
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10 00
24 00
7 50
18,816 60 B 60
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
Brought forward.
VII.-ADMOTISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN  SALARIES).-
Continued.
Vote No. 79.
-Summoning and Paying Jurors  and   Witnesses.-
Concluded.
C J Fagan, M D	
H C Kerman	
W L Fernie	
H Hunter	
F Yolland	
B Gardom	
JChenell	
J A Nesbitt	
Dominion Hotel   	
Metropole Hotel	
J W Wallis	
J Fox	
A H Beedy	
Hume Hotel	
W Green	
F G Engbaum	
Imperial Hotel	
E J Cartier	
H C Kerman	
T Plimley	
G Russell	
B C Dist Messenger Ser.
B C Electric Railway ..
Union SS Co	
Alert Bay Saw Mill	
Victoria Transfer Co ...
R Bray	
Vancouver Transfer Co
S H Thompson 	
Johnson & Healey
Neil & Cryderman	
TCostley	
H D Helmcken	
A L Belyea	
A B Pottenger	
W E Burns	
O Plunkett	
S Livingstone	
Burns & Daly	
Cowan & Kappele	
W G McQuarrie	
W Meyers-Gray	
J H Bowes	
J H Simpson	
A D Macintyre	
J M Scott	
A M Pinkham	
G S McCarter	
W A Macdonald	
R W Hannington	
Elliot & Lennie	
R M Macdonald	
Herchmer & Herchmer
Eckstein & Lawe	
J A Harvey	
E Miller	
J P Meyers-Gray	
A M Whiteside	
C R Hamilton	
C W McAnn	
T O'Brien	
W P Grant	
A D Taylor	
D C Lew	
P Hing	
Pay list	
HW Shepherd	
Ah Wing	
C S Campbell	
A JD Lloyd	
Expenses attending certain trials	
Expenses serving summons, etc	
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Magazines, etc,
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Vancouver
Nanaimo   ..
Barkerville
Nelson
Greenwood .
Victoria
Alert Bay
Victoria
Vancouver 	
New Westminster .
Vernon      	
Kamloops .
Vote No. 80.—Prosecution and Interpreters.
Crown Counsel, Speedy Trials and Assizes,
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Victoria and Nanaimo
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Vancouver	
New Westminster .
Nanaimo
Kamloops..
Revelstoke
Nelson
Fernie
Cranbrook .
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Rossland
Kaslo
Golden
Atlin
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18,816 60
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68 85
24 75
23 40
22 76
13 75
11 75
8 00
383 90
259 00
85 00
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18 50
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Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
B 61
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
%  cts.
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I Murakami ...
W A Cumyow
Pay list	
E T W Pearse..
L Fallerdean...
D McLean	
C Magee	
Pay list   	
F Fera	
J Swobo	
M Page	
J Podbielancik.
Chin Toy	
P Carosella
G H Thompson
Wong Dick
F Francis
J Gall	
F Zeman	
E Maglio	
I Harris	
G Brown	
St. Pierre	
H S Rose	
Pav list	
J ANesbitt	
J Currie    .
J Fish	
G W Lindley ..
William	
J Deschields...
C Le Bras	
F Bardo	
J Muira    .
R Egbloom	
R B Halhed ...
W Brotchie	
J Cook 	
WWoollacott..
D Wallace	
C Harrison
G E McCrossan
R L Defries	
E C Hart, M D	
W JMcGuigan, M D.
AS Monro, MD	
G Pittendrigh	
LTDavis, MD	
J S Burriss, M D	
E C Arthur, M D . .
AW Kenning, MD..
GM Foster.MD	
C M Kingston, MD..
J W Cross, M D	
J A Buckham	
AMoffatt, MD	
H H Trites	
AW Bleasdell	
C E Doherty, M D ...
W E Newcombe, M D
D A C Macphail, M D
L A Agassiz	
0 Morris, MD	
G Sanson, M D	
SEMHoops, MD...
J Norcross    ...
D G Perry, M D	
J Abrams	
C Harrison	
A W Corker	
Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OE JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).-
Continued.
Vote No. 80.—Prosecution and Interpreters.—Concluded.
Paid
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Kamloops	
Ashcroft
Nelso i	
Greenwood
Cranbrook
Morrissey....
Michel 	
Grand Forks.
Vernon 	
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Kelowna.
Fairview..
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Nicola ...
Clinton	
Barkerville ,
Chemainus .
Alert Bay ..
Port Essington	
Masset   	
Counsel for defence, Thurston v. Murata, Vancouver	
Services procuring evidence in Toronto, Rex v. Rodgers.
Vote No. 81.—Expenses of Inquests.
Holding  7 inquests,
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Rossland	
Greenwood	
Grand Forks	
Revelstoke ....
Golden   ...
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Ymir	
Ferguson	
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Ashcroft	
150-Mile House.
Somenos	
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Cumberland...
Masset   	
Alert Bay	
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8,176 !
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6 00
3 00
40 60
10 50
6 00
3 00
2 00
18 00
4 00
3 90
1 50
29 55
5 00
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TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   ets.
$   cts.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).-
Continued.
E Hicks Beach	
Municipality of South
Vancouver	
H M Robertson, MD....
R L Fraser, M D	
R H Carter, M D	
G Edward Duncan, M D.
J Hewlett, M D	
A Poole, M D	
L J O'Brien, MD	
S J Tunstall, M D	
F J B Rogers, MD 	
R P Mackenzie, M D	
JESpankie, MD	
W H Sutherland, M D .
A D Morgan, M D	
J H King, M D	
F W Green, MD	
WH Willson, M D	
C PHiggins, MD	
A T Clark, M D	
R B Boucher, M D	
W Reinhard, M D	
O Reinhard	
E Mallandaine	
S Clarke, M D	
G H Tutill, M D	
C A Staples, M D	
H B Rogers, MD	
T A Wilson, M D	
HC Wrench, MD	
H Carmichael	
ACMinty	
J W Burr	
F Yolland	
W L Fernie	
E J Thain	
Pay list	
do   	
JMBSpinks	
WS Mitchell	
Benjamim	
L Carosella	
T James	
J Deshields	
J M Jordan	
TE Banks	
W Allett	
J T Newman	
F D Lorsch	
R B Halhed   	
Tyee Jimmy 	
A Boltano  	
Graham & Parry	
E A Carew-Gibson	
Rossland-Trail Lunib'r Co
C Phair	
Dickson & Schultz	
H D Ashcroft	
B C Funeral Furnish'g Co
H J Rogers	
D J Darraugh 	
ET WPearse	
Brought forward.
Vote No. 81.—Expenses of Inquests.—Concluded.
Holding  1 inquest
expenses,    14.00;
Hazelton.
do 1      ii ., 23.60;
do 1 post mortem and giving medical evidence,
do 1      ii n i,
do 1      ii ii ii
do 1       ii ii ii
S. Vancouver.
Victoria   	
Medical evidence,
Holding 1 post-mortem and giving medical evidence,
do     1 ii n n
do     1 n ii ii       twice; exp. S68,
do     4 enquiries, t,       34.
do     1 post-mortem n n
Medical evidence,
do (twice),
do
Holding 1 post-mortem and giving evidence (arrears),
do     1 ii ii ii
Medical evidence,
do
do
Holding 1 post-mortem and giving medical evidence,
do     1 ii ii n
Assisting at u n n
Holding 1 inquiry,
Medical evidence, expenses $1.60.
Holding 1 post-mortem and giving medical evidence,
do     1 ii ii ii
do     1 ii ii M expenses S12
do   10 inquiries, h       80c.
do     1 post-mortem n h
Analytical examination for traces of poison	
Expenses attending inquests	
do ii 	
do n 	
do .. 	
do ii 	
Jurors at Coroner's inquest,
do „
Witness ti
do
do it
Interpreter n
do
do it
Services, assisting at inquest,
do Special Constable,
do ii
do
Paid   do ii
,,     do ii
do
Meals for Jurors,
do
Livery hire for Jurors,
do ii
do
do             ii
do
Exhuming body for inquest and re-burying,
Photos of corpse,
Rent of room for inquest,
Paid expenses of burial after inquest	
Esquimalt..
Vancouver..
Nanaimo ...
Kamloops ..
Kaslo	
Rossland ...
Greenwood .
Revelstoke .
Morrissey ..
Cranbrook..
Fernie ..
Moyie ...
Phoanix
Vernon..
Creston	
Lillooet	
Nicola	
Cumberland...
Chemainus....
Port Essington.
Hazelton	
R Porter & Sons	
MR Smith St Co	
J Kingham	
J E Painter	
Taylor Mill Co	
J Bull  	
Victoria Water Works
Victoria Gas Co	
Lillooet	
150-Mile House.
Kamloops	
Fernie .   	
Lillooet	
Fernie	
Victoria 	
Lillooet	
Rossland	
Cumberland...
Agassiz	
Arrowhead.
Fernie	
Chemainus
150 Mile House
Greenwood	
150 Mile House
Rossland	
Lillooet	
Atlin	
Nelson	
Victoria 	
Nanaimo	
Eholt	
Vote No. 83.—Keep of Prisoners.
Meat,
Bread,
Coal,
do
Sawdust for fuel,
Bark,
Water,
Gas,
Victoria Gaol
Carried forward.
24 00
33 60
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
5 00
10 00
10 00
83 00
51 00
10 00
5 00]
8 00
5 00
10 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
15 00
10 00
2 50
5 00
6 60
10 00
10 00
22 00
50 80
10 00
100 00
34 00
4 10
3 50
2 75
2 50
14 40
6 00
5 10
2 00
1 50
12 00
2 50
2 00
12 60
7 50
6 00
5 00
2 50
2 50
1 00
3 00
2 00
10 00
2 50
1 60
5 00
5 00
42 50
3 00
5 00
19 97
442 49
425 05
162 50
137 00
62 00
22 60
106 60
323 40
3,127 17 5 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
B    63
Windsor Grocery Co
Sylvester Feed Co	
R' John	
E G Prior & Co	
Clarke & Pearson	
A & W Wilson   	
J H Warner & Co	
McGregor & Co	
W Jackson & Co	
G Morison & Co	
D E Campbell	
West End Grocery	
B Williams & Co 	
S Reid & Co	
G Phillips	
J Lefevre	
G Shade	
J Fullerton	
Raymond & Son	
J Sears	
Weiler Bros	
Victoria B & S Co	
Victoria Chemical Co ...
Deaville, Sons & Co	
WNeal	
ECHart.MD	
J Haggerty & Co	
J H King	
R Layritz ,.   	
Johns Bros	
Mrs E Jeeves	
Victoria Steam Laundry.
H Carne	
M Jamieson	
A R Johnston	
Hemans & Walmsley	
J Bennett	
S Rowbottom	
Nanaimo City W Works.
Nanaimo E L Co	
Nanaimo Gas Co   	
Randle Bros	
EPimbury & Co	
W Manson	
J Hirst	
Thompson & Scoville	
C  F Bryant	
E W McNeill	
Andrews & Donaldson ..
R J Winborn	
Union Brewery Co	
WG Ritchie..'	
S Coburn	
D Stephenson 	
G Adams	
A L Lavery	
Reichenbach Co	
Benson & Ayling'	
J Fleger & Co	
D S Curtis & Co	
Brackman-Ker Mill'g Co.
New Westminster Gas Co
Corp City of N Westm'r.
J W Creighton	
Gilley Bros   	
J E Phillips	
W Johnston	
Turner, Beeton & Co... ,
E Rousseau	
Cunningham Hdw Co...
G Cunningham & Son...
G E Drew, M D	
Royal City Planing Mills
S J Davison	
McLean & Co	
Stevens & Allan	
Brought forward.
VII. -ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
Continued.
Vote No. 8S.—Keep of Prisoners.—Continued.
Groceries,
Peas for coffee,
Seed potatoes,
Hardware,
Tinsmith! ng,
do
Disconnecting boiler,
Hardware,
Medicines,
Disinfectants,
do
do
Clothing,
do
Restraint jacket,
Boots,
do
do
Lime,
Paint,
Wire mattress,
Text books,
Fertilizer,
do
Cleaning chimneys,
Medical attendance,
Team work and gravel,
Expressage,
Fruit trees,
Butter, etc.,
Milk,
Laundering towels, etc.,
Meals for prisoners,
do
Groceries,
Meat,
Bread,
do
Water,
Electric light,
Gas,
Hardware,
Medicines,
Milk,
Clothing-,
Coal,
Repairing' harness, etc.,
Whip,
Blacksmithing,
Filing saw,
Sacks,
Team hire,
do
Meals for prisoners,
Groceries,
Bread,
Meat,
Fish,
Milk,
Drugs,
Hay, grain, chop feed, etc.,
Gas,
Water,
Coal,
Lime,
Clothing,
Shoes,
Clothing,
Leather,
Hardware,
Blacksmithing,
Assisting at operations,
Lumber,
Repairing harness,
Groceries,
Bread,
Victoria Gaol
Police
Nanai
Office, Victoria,
o Gaol..   	
New W
estminster Gaol
Kamloops Gaol	
II ....
Carried forward.
1,681 54
32,247 71
354 16
12 60
40 50
69 34
21 35
2 90
35 30
7 50
36 00
1 00
25
1 00
270 45
3 25
3 00
22 30
15 00
7 50
5 00
3 00
36 00
3 50
31 50
5 00
5 00
5 00
14 25
3 40
7 00
37 00
23 60
1 65
59 75
35 50
116 26
108 03
71 55
49 84
41 04
79 35
50
38 75
20 85
45
60 25
55 20
1 65
75
18 00
2 50
5 00
9 00
6 00
1 50
333 58
668 93
495 12
159 62
11 54
93 84
131 98
182 25
234 53
461 96
17 50
423 68
19 10
7 69
21 26
116 50
39 60
15 00
] 26
95
511 33
586 79
8,011 36
32,247 71 B 64
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
P Burns & Co	
City of Kamloops	
J H Clements	
Hudson's Bay Co	
J Milton.   ..'	
Mallery Drug Co	
T H Leeming   	
E G Prior & Co	
II Shotton	
Shotton & McClughan ..
J M Benzie	
Johnson & Co	
Kamloops Saw Mill Co..
Thompson River Lbr Co.
A P Morris	
D C McLaren	
W Hargreaves	
F A Kelly	
Harmon Bros	
J Guichon	
M J Henry	
A P Procter, M D   	
Hudson's Bay Co	
J M Fraser	
P Burns	
Star Bakery	
Palace Bakery	
Canada Drug & Book Co
W Rutherford 	
J H Gilker	
Ashdown Hdw Co	
Wood, Vallance Co .	
W P Tierney	
W W West	
Brackman-Ker Milli'g Co
Corp of City of Nelson..
Kootenay Elec Supply Co
J H Ringrose	
G M Gunn 	
Singer Sewing Mach Co.
M Scully	
Elliott & Morrison	
TMay	
W G Gillett	
J W Linebaugh	
D A Munro	
R E Lemon	
City Grocery   	
Clarke & Rogerson	
London Grocery	
J Pelkey	
P Burns & Co	
N Cunningham	
C F Foreman	
Macdonald & Marpole...
McLennan, McFeely & Co
Wood, Vallance & Leggatt
Weeks & Son	
A M Forbes	
J Walker	
Johnston & Kerfoot	
AELees& Co	
Drysdale, Stevenson & Co
Mackay Smith, Blair & Co
T T Richardson	
R Mills	
MacDowell, Atkins, Watson Co	
Thomson Stationery Co.
Clarke & Stuart	
C E Tisdall	
Standard Furniture Co..
W Ralph	
Robertson & Hackett ...
WGDavey	
Storey & Campbell	
Brought forward.
VH.-ADMINISTRATION  OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
Continued.
Vote No. 8S.~K.eep of Prisoners. -Continued.
Kamloops Gaol.
Nelson Gaol
Meat,
Water and light,
Medicines,
Clothing,
Coal,
Disinfectants,
Hardware,
do
Tinsmithing, &a,
do
do
Lime, &c,
Lumber,
do
Wallpaper,
Harness,
Blacksmithing,
do
do
Two horses,
Fruit trees,
Extra Medical attendance,
Groceries,
Milk,
Meat, ii 	
Bread, n 	
do ti 	
Medicines, n	
Stimulants, h 	
Clothing, n 	
Hardware, m 	
do •■ 	
Coal, n 	
Wood, n 	
Chop feed, " 	
Electric light, n 	
Electric lamps and wiring, n 	
do - 	
Repairing shoes, u 	
Repairing sewing machine, n 	
Team hire, m 	
Repairing lawn mower, etc., n 	
Sharpening razors, t. 	
Repairing windows, n 	
Hack hire for sick prisoner, depot to gaol,   .< 	
Repairing stove, << 	
Paid expressage, etc., n 	
Groceries, Industrial School, Vancouver
do .. 	
do m 	
do .. 	
Meat, - 	
Milk, i. 	
Garden seeds, flowers, etc., ■■	
Coal, 	
Hardware, •■ 	
do - 	
Plumbing, n 	
Garden tools, etc., « 	
Clothing, n 	
do .. 	
do -t 	
do ii 	
do .. 	
Boots and shoes, n 	
do ii 	
Medicines,
Text books, etc.,
do
Cricket and baseballs,
Furniture,
Dishes,
Lumber,
Team hire,
Buggy, harness, etc.,
Carried forward .
8,011 36
797 11
543 85
243 69
1,190 12
792 56
2 80
335 63
12 55
57 10
14 55
7 85
98 25
14 01
70
3 70
47 00
42 55
9 50
2 00
300 00
7 65
30 00
196 62
15 57
345 52
336 10
58 80
91 83
1 40
219 03
204 6Q
5 35
262 65
35 00
3 00
112 50
5 30
3 00
2 55
3 50
5 50
3 75
1 00
1 50
1 00
33,247 71 5 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
B 65
A Mitchell	
D McDougal	
C EDoherty	
D McCuaig	
L O Hagan	
D Donaldson	
A Poole, MD	
S B Green	
CS Campbell	
E J Tronson 	
W R Megaw	
E Bate	
Smith Bros	
Vernon Hardware Co
Neil & Cryderman .. .
L Norris	
E C Simmons	
Bourne Bros 	
C B Hume & Co	
T WBain	
R A Upper	
A E Bennison	
J I Woodrow	
F B Lewis & Co	
W Fleming	
Sibbald & Field	
Empire Lumber Co ..
E Turnross	
Corp of Citv of Revelst'ke
F B Wells	
W Bews	
J A Buckham	
W A Sutherland, MD..
W M Lawrence	
J B Smith	
C Warren   	
H G Parsons 	
J F Nattrass & Co	
S Bowes	
M Blakeley	
H Vachon 	
P Burns & Co   	
A R Yates	
Buckham Drug Co ....
J H Haner	
R Burr	
Johnson & Perkins	
Ashcroft WE & I Co...
W Shepherd	
S Pascoe 	
Indian Mary	
J H Clement	
Harvey, Bailey & Co...
F R Morris ..'	
A Brault	
Cranbrook E L Co	
Fink Bros   	
M B Heath	
J D McBride	
McCallum&Co	
Macconnell Furniture Co
J Reid	
J G Templeton	
FW Green, M D	
A D Morgan, MD	
Carlin & Durick	
H Kershaw	
E Stone 	
T Robsoa	
T Roberts	
E C Miller	
Fort Steele Water Wks.
II Watt, M D	
Crow's Nest Trading Co
C Richards 	
J RMcEwing	
Brought forward.
VII--ADMINISTRATION  OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN  SALARIES).-
Continued.
Vote No. 83.—Keep of Prisoners.—Continued.
Industrial School, Vancouver .
Vancouver Police Office.
Vernon Lock-up .
1 horse,
2 cows,
Young pigs,
Incubator,
Nets for chicken pens,
Paid expressage, &c,
Operation on prisoner,
Meals for prisoners,
Paid  do
do
Groceries, &c.,
Whitewashing and cleaning,
Indelible Ink, n 	
Hardware, n 	
Teamwork, n 	
Paid Washing blankets, disinfectants, &c.,  n 	
do   Towels, &c, n 	
Groceries,                                              Revelstoke Lock-up
do ii 	
do .- 	
Paid   do ii 	
Bread, n 	
Meat, H 	
Coal, H 	
do .. 	
do ii 	
Wood,
do i. 	
Light, m 	
Clothing, ii 	
Medicines, u 	
do .. 	
Medical attendance, u 	
Hardware, u 	
Lime, n 	
Groceries, Golden Lock-up	
do -i 	
do - .......
Bread, m 	
do n 	
Potatoes, ir 	
Meat, i. 	
Medicines, n 	
do „ 	
Tin smithing-, .1 	
Meals, Ashcroft Lock-up .. .
do .. 	
Light, 1. 	
Wood, 11 	
do .. 	
do - 	
Drugs, 11 	
Disinfectants, n 	
Meals supplied prisoners,                    Cranbrook Lock-up..
Water, " 	
Light, 11 	
Coal oil, 1, 	
Wood, ,1 	
Glass, etc., .1 	
Hardware, 1, 	
Window-shades, n 	
Expressage, n 	
Medicines, n 	
Medical attendance, n 	
do 	
Groceries, Fort Steele Lock-up .
do 11 	
Bread, 11 	
do - 	
Meat, it 	
do 11 	
Water, M 	
Medical attendance, tl 	
Groceries, Fernie Lock-up	
do 11 	
Bread, ,, 	
Carried forward.
16,217 92
165 00
140 00
18 00
34 00
10 00
90 65
f 00
105 50
9 85
130 50
16 26
10 00
3 60
2 10
5 00
18 30
1 85
69 95
4 65
2 20
2 10
29 00
99 96
45 55
20 00
21 25
16 00
11 00
58 50
2 00
2 20
50
7 00
1 35
3 50
99 06
10 50
10 25
35 30
3 00
2 00
70 15
7 75
75
1 75
212 25
4 25
57 00
25 00
16 50
12 50
1 50
5 46
257 75
28 00
42 60
4 30
63 00
3 20
2 90
75
2 00
4 10
26 CO
4 00
20 45
5 40
3 63
1 75
8 60
60
75 15
6 25
52 26
10 30
18 45
18,596 54
32,247 71 B 66
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
S Slinn   	
P Burns & Co   	
Calgary Cattle Co	
CNPEL&PCo	
CNP Coal Co	
Trites, Wood Co    	
Corp of the City ol Fernie
W Handler	
HASenkbiel	
AW Bleasdell	
C P Higgins, MD	
J D Quail	
Sheppard & Elliott	
F H Robbins	
Fernie Cartage Co	
J H MeMullm	
J WStewart	
J A Beandoin	
W Hazzard	
J A Gillis	
F D Lorsch   	
P G Routh	
Moyie Water Works ...
0 F Desaulnier	
F F Eddy 	
J Macdonald	
Reid, Campbell & Co...
McEacbern & Macdonald
S K Harvie, M D	
T Crahan	
R L Henderson	
CNPCoalCo	
A D Drummond	
C A Dow	
CNP Lumber Co	
Lake & Co	
C Cartwright	
M M Buchanan	
R Patten	
McKinnon & Sutherland
J C Kirkpatrick	
J H Young	
M Burrell	
McLachlan Bros   	
S Miller	
J Wilson	
W W Walkem, M D	
Ymir Water Works	
J T Price	
J A Fraser	
McDonald Bros....   ...
D J Darraugh	
W S Torney	
Eholt Trading Co	
1 A Dinsmore	
D Manchester	
Graham & Parry	
Windsor Hotel	
G Cunningham	
A E Howse & Co	
O D Blackwood	
H S Rose	
T Marion	
H Hunter	
OAR Lambly	
J A Schubert	
M Nesbitt	
Madeline	
H W Wright	
H W Harvey	
St Pierre	
J EN Smith	
M R Eagleson	
Indians	
VV Cummings	
S A McFarlane	
Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).-
Continned.
Bread,
Meat,
do
Light and water,
do
Provisions and clothing,
Keep of prisoners,
Coal,
Boots and shoes,
Medicines,
Medical attendance,
Hardware,
do
Hauling wood,
Expressage,
Paid freight on blankets.
Hardware,
Wood,
Coal,
Coal oil, etc.,
Paid wood, etc.,
Meals,
Water,
Coal,
do
Wood,
Clothing,
do
Medical attendance,
Meals,
Paid meals,
Coal,
Paid washing blankets,
Paid wood, coal oil, etc.,
Coal oil,
Oil, matches, etc.,
Meals for prisoners,
do
Washing blankets,
Blankets,
Meals for prisoners,
do
do
Stove,
Meals for prisoner,
do
Medical attendance,
Water,
Wood,
Meals for prisoner,
Wood,
Paid wood, oil, etc.,
Meals,
Oil,
Meals for prisoners,
do
do
do
Paid blankets, &c.,
Meals for prisoners,
do
Paid blankets, oil, &c.,
Coal oil,
Paid meals for prisoners,
do      ti    wood, &c.,
Coal oil, &c.,
Paid meals,
Washing blankets,
Meals for prisoners,
Clothing,
Wood,
Meals for prisoners,
do
Wood,
Coal oil, &c.,
Water,
Vote No. 83.—Keep of Prisoners.—Continued
Fernie Lock-up	
Morrissey Lock-up.
Moyie Lock-up .
Michel Lock-up.
Wardner Lock-up .
n 	
Athalmer Lock-up.
Camborne Lock-up .
Wilmer Lock-up	
Ferguson Lock-up ..
Comaplix Lock-up
Trout Lake Lock-up..
New Denver Lock-up .
Creston Lock-up	
Ymir Lock-up..
Eholt Lock-up .
Grand Forks
Greenwood
Nicola Lock-up...
Kelowna Lock-up
Princeton Lock-up.
Fail-view Lock-up..
Penticton Lock-up
Enderby Lock-up.
Clinton Lock-up
Lillooet Lock-up.
Carried forward.
9 60
17 15
13 65
77 50
28 90
47 18
171 15
46 00
4 50
19 20
91 00
26 81
3 30
5 00
4 00
85
4 50
8 10
4 40
3 85
4 60
136 25
55 00
45 00
15 00
4 50
6 95
3 95
5 00
3 00
1 75
3 00
1 00
25 55
2 25
1 75
1 00
3 50
2 00
10 40
1 75
6 30
11 10
9 76
2 50
5 00
18 00
13 50
3 00
10 50
8 00
2 75
2 50
2 80
55 60
6 60
3 50
14 00
09 25
25 50
14 62
3 50
1 50
38 25
27 00
9 80
1 60
28 75
10 46
3 00
31 60
151 50
44 00
20 25
15 00
32,247 71
20,184 84    32,247 71
L 5 Ed. 7       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
B 67
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
S    cts.
VII.—ADMIN ISTRATION
Vote No. 83.
Fixing stove,
Wire house,
Blankets, &c..
Wood, &c,
do
Meals, &c,
Wood,
Meals for prisoners,
do
Lime,
Washing blankets,
Paid water, meals, &a,
Water,
Meals for prisoners,
do
do
Paid wood, oil, &c.,
Meals for prisoners,
Blankets, oil, &c,
Wood,
Meals for prisoners,
do
Wood,
Meals for prisoners,
Medical attendance on prison
Meals for prisoners,
Pails, oil, &c,
Paid meals for prisoners,
do
do  wood,
Meals for prisoners,
Glazing,
Brush,
Water,
Electric light,
Meals for prisoners,
Wood,
Meals for prisoners,
Coal oil,
Meals for prisoners,
do
do
Oil, &c,
Groceries, &c.,
Paid meals for prisoners,
Wood, hauling, &c,
Coal,
do
Stove,
Hauling coal,
Paint, &c.,
Meals for prisoners,
do
do
do
Coal,
Coal oil, &c,
Medical attendance,
Provisions,
Meals for prisoners,
Paid       do
Meals for prisoners,
do
do
do
Provisions, clothing, &C„
Clothing,
do
Medicines,
Stove,
Wood,
Lantern globe,
Tonsorial work for prisoners,
Washing blankets,
20,184 84
10 00
9 30
6 25
34 95
12 50
10 10
10 00
8 75
8 75
2 30
1 50
11 50
10 00
1 00
50
6 00
33 75
17 26
53 00
52 50
28 50
16 00
75 00
62 50
20 00
4 00
3 30
20 55
3 50
14 50
6 50
2 00
1 10
15 00
15 00
7 50
1 75
97 50
13 00
23 75
81 95
33 35
24 75
128 58
106 50
75 00
70 00
40 00
30 00
15 00
9 75
8 50
66 75
23 25
10 50
42 50
11 65
20 00
22 15
25 50
378 00
195 50
114 00
28 00
8 00
24 00
9 00
4 50
10 75
20 00
30 75
40
2 50
13 65
32,247 71
OF .JUSTICE (OTHER, THAN  SALARIES)-
Continued.
—Keep of Prisoners.— Continued.
McLennan, McFeely &Co
J H Anthony	
,,
R McGillvray	
■■
E Cook	
.
W Dodd	
Yale Lock-up  	
C P R Co...
lt
R Pyper 	
Cariboo Trading Co.  ...
F Yolland   	
W H Hodgkinson	
A H Beedy	
D G Perry, MD..
R B Halhed	
Timlin Bros   	
E G Prior & Co 	
Cumberland  and   Union
Water Works Co	
,.
W WooIIacott   ..
Alert Bay Saw Mill ....
D McDougall	
Calbreath, Cook & Co...
S Tait	
Union S S Co	
,,
	
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EB Marvin & Co	
Robertson & Rudge	
S Kirbv	
Port Essington Lock-up    	
Skeena River Cann ing Co
Ir
T A Wilson, MD	
	
Ir
J H Richardson	
	
tr
,
F Shields	
•
22,600 42
32,247 71 B 68
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
G A Ker&Co.
A Willis	
F Bourne	
Robertson & Mackenzie
Turner & Boeckb	
V Hyde Baker	
D R McElmon	
G O Foss	
H A Whillans	
Camborne Townsite Co
W White	
Estate of J C Durick...
Stockham & Dawlev ...
M P Zindarv ...  .
C N P Coal Co	
R L T Galbraith	
RR Bruce	
J Bowron	
Western Fuel Co	
CPRCo	
ET WPearse	
H SRose	
Oddfellows' Lodge	
MABeale	
S Crowell .."	
T Crahau	
H Blurton	
W B Mclsaac	
P J Gleazer	
0 F Oonley.  ...
WI-I Vickers....
G Findley	
J F Solomon....
Pay list	
J Fountain	
W Gass	
H M Fowell	
J Dunham	
E A Stocks	
L Vickers	
J Herring	
W Owens	
W Woollacott ..
H Buller .. ..
B GLandsdowne
J Thimer	
S A Husson ....
E A Halliday...
S Coleman	
L A Agassiz ....
J W Burr	
1 Decker 	
WJ Kane  	
C Prosser 	
A Mattson	
J Spachan	
C Johnson	
W Campbell....
R J Shortreed..
A Vanetta	
E R Larsen	
A BRoberts....
C McKay	
C Carlson	
G A Reynolds ..
C Bullard	
Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
Continued:
Oil, clothing-, &c.,
Wood,
Vote No. 83.—Keep of Prisoners.—Concluded.
Discovery L«ck-up	
Vote No.  84.—Rents.
Rent of Government Office,
do   Office of Inspector of Boilers,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Oo
do
do
do
do
Office of Inspector of Mines,
Police Office,
Mining Recorder's Office,
Government Office,
Police Office,
Lock-up,
Government Office,
in lieu of quarters for Government Agent,
Ground site of Court House,
,i Lock-up,
Hall for holding Court (paid)
do „ „
do ,,
do
do
do
do
do
do    storing goods,
Nakusp
Vancouver..
Nelson	
Cranbrook..
Eholt	
Morrissey . .
Hedley	
Camborne..
Slocan	
Cranbrook..
Clayoquot..
Wardner ...
Michel ....
Windermere
Wilmer	
Barkerville .
Nanaimo...
North Bend
Kamloops ..
Kelowna ...
Trout Lake.
Cranbrook .
Midway ....
Michel*.   ...
Mara	
Ymir	
Special constable,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Special matron,
Special constable
Paid      do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
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Vote No.  85.—Specittl Constables.
Atlin  Union
,,         8
11       (nightwatchman)  7       ,
,,           1 month @ 825; 4        i
Paid
Paid
Paid
Alert Bay-
9 day
4
22
21
9
5
4
Agassiz   2
  1
Aschroft  1
  2
Arrowhead  H
„          1
„          1
Alkali Lake  6
  6
Abbottsford     3
Aldergrove ..
Aspen Grove.
Barkerville .
Bella Coola.
Camborne   .
1
3
H
64"
6
iff 885
85
40
30
Carried forward .
<ri *4
4
4
4
4
4
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2
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2.50
2.50
2.50
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2.50
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210 00
110 00
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8 00
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2 50
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12 00
7 50
5 00
7 50
5 00
2 50
7 50
3 75
160 00
15 00
32,247 71
2,620 00    56,923 33 5 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
B 69
Brought forward
VII—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).-
Continued.
Vote No. 85.—Special Constables.—Continued.
Special
Paid
R Murphy	
T G McGowan....
R McCulIoch	
T Johnson	
H B DeWolf	
F Kickbush	
J Allard	
O A McKinlay...-.
D McDougall".   ...
TE Banks	
T Hudson	
J Crockett	
J C Chalmers..
C G Lawrence   .   .
C R Wilson	
J Sterling	
J Scanlon	
T Harris	
M Beanlien	
Pay list	
J W Pearson	
J Parnell	
T McDougall ....
PI D Morten	
H B Dawley	
B Gardoni.'	
J Bailey	
F Johnson 	
D Bremner	
A Watson	
D Braithwaite ...
RS Atkin	
J R Brown	
J Atkinson	
F Traynor	
J C Kirkpatrick ..
A B Clark	
F A Crandell ....
J Liddicoatt 	
J Walsh	
M Kelly	
A S Caldwell	
A Sampson	
R Shaw	
A Joyce	
J Miller	
C Burrows	
B Graham	
F L Dalziel	
W S Mitchell	
W Andrews	
J Albert	
H E F Griffith....
A Currie	
P Stephens	
S E Hambly	
W Dainard	
B Croover	
V FDunn	
F A McKirdy	
H Dart	
W J Nixon	
R A Stalker	
W B Haynes	
J M Young   	
W Poole	
W Bradley	
P Pierre	
A Pene	
DJ Carroll   	
ETWPearse..  ..
H Spalding	
WRPillsworth...
O S Batchelor ....
R McKay	
US Rose     Paid
Paid
Constable,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
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do
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do
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Camborne  3 day
,,         3
  1
Comaplix   4
n          1
Chilliwhack  11
ii          3
Cariboo Road (Stage Guard)  3A- months
Clayoquot    2 day
Cumberland    1
„         3
Courtenay  2
Chemainus  3
.,          1
Cbilcotin  3
Cranbrook  6
Creston
Clinton
  1 day @ §1 ; 3
ii          1
Duncan     15
,,         1
Enderbv 196
„          2
,,           1
  1
Elko          1
Fairview  2
n           1
n         1
Ferguson  4
Field
. 1 month (« 865
Fort Steele  5i months (a
ii        2 days® 82.50;   |       n
ii     2 days <a>
ii            1       ii
Fernie          7 months @
25 days («;
24
14
3
Grand Prairie.
Golden    	
1 day (ffi $1;
Hedley     6 days @ 82.50;
;> 1110S
9 dayi
Happy Valley  13
Hope            4
Hazelton    4
Kamloops  328
n           52
s (a)82.50
2.50
2.50
2.60
2.50
2.50
2.60
@ 115
i (d 2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
3.00
3.00
2.50
2.50
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50.00
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2.50
70.00
2.50
2.50
2.50
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2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
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1.00
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2.50
2.00
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
Kelowna
44
34
8
13
11
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
Harried forward.
2,620 00
7 50
7 50
3 75
10 00
2 50
27 50
7 60
402 50
5 00
2 50
7 50
5 00
7 50
2 50
7 50
15 00
7 60
15 00
20 00
15 50
12 50
8 50
2 50
37 50
2 50
490 00
5 00
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2 50
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30 00
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18 50
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1 00
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1 00
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315 00
22 50
26 00
10 00
10 00
820 00
130 00
128 75
110 00
85 00
20 00
32 50
27 50
6,836 75
56,923 33 B 70
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
W Brent	
W L DAeth ....
T Acheson	
Li O O'Connell ..
T Wright	
P Siemens	
G Hurley	
L Mandeville ...
F Johnson	
Pay list	
J Murray 	
Thulin Bros ....
C Harrison	
J Beandoin....
F D Lorscb.   ...
E Barrick	
C L Thomet   ...
PGRouth	
A McFarlane ...
R Timbv	
J A McDonald..
A D Drummond
F Hanner	
OL Smith	
P Tolley	
C Lane ..   .
T Wren   	
H Miller   '.
M Watt   	
A A Lane	
A M McLean . ..
J A McMartin   .
T Dominy	
J A Young .....
J Nelson	
G Davey 	
E Oddy 	
D Gunn	
W S Phipps	
II P McMartin..
F S Spain   	
J S Cotton	
M Staton 	
C J Trawford ..
J Crossan   	
V W Stewart ...
J F Murray ...
J Murchison  ...
A Goodison...   .
J Chenell 	
F A Howse	
"Peter"	
J Graham	
W Munro 	
J H Woodward .
A Fyall	
M Labbe 	
F Irwin	
J H Long 	
J E Skark	
Pay list	
J A Dougall....
J Simpson	
II Charters...   .
J C Collins	
M McKay	
W R Flewin	
J Conway	
A Mercer   	
J Nelson	
J Herring	
T A Wilson ....
J Stinson 	
C Davie   ..
G Owens	
J Adams	
Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).-
Continued.
Vole No. 85.—Special Constables.—Continued.
Paid
Paid
Special Constable,
do
do
do
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do
do
do
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Matron,
Constable.
do
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do
do
day
Paid
Special I
Special '
Kualt
Ladysmith .
Lytton
Lillooet
1
3
15
13
12
2
1
3
Langley   .
Lund
Masset
Morrissev
Midway
Moyie
3 months 13 days @ 865 ;   5
  2 months 18
     1
months (w
3 days
34
9
„          3
„          1
Mission      11
  3
„            3
Mount Sicker     2       M
New Westminster     12 mos. @
40 days («
40
37
36
32
Nicola
. 4
.142
. 4
. 2
. 63
. 42
. 37
.    4
     2
„                 1
„     1
Lower Nicola       4
     1
Nelson       3 months 23
Naas
New Denver
Nakusp	
Poplar	
3
12
S@t2.50
2.50
2,50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
65.00
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
65.00
2.50
2.50
70.00
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
65.00
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.60
2.50
2. GO
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
1.00
2.50
2.50
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2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
20.00
2.26
2.50
3.00
.    1
.214
Port Sinpson
  26
  26
4 days @ 83; 14
  16
   13
Port Essington
mos.
days
2.50
2.60
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
65
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
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6,836 75
5 00
2 50
7 50
37 50
32 50
30 00
5 00
-66 65
7 50
4 50
5 00
5 00
121 00
235 60
108 00
2 50
70 00
490 00
7 50
5 00
85 00
22 50
12 50
7 50
2 50
27 50
7 50
7 50
5 00
2 50
5 00
780 00
100 00
100 00
92 50
90 00
80 00
77 50
25 00
18 75
7 50
5 00
4 00
355 00
10 00
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157 50
105 00
92 60
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5 00
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2 50
10 00
2 50
74 83
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36 00
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5 00
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47 00
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130 00
35 50
15 00
15 00
15 00
12 50
56,923 33
11,635 SO 50,923 33 5 Ed. 7 Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
B 71
Brought forward.
VIJ.-ADMINISTRATION  OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).-
Continued.
Vote No. 85.—Special Constables, - Concluded.
F E Ferris	
E Brown	
J A Nesbitt	
.1 Kizaki	
H Lawes	
F Yolland	
I Harris	
W B Skillen	
J Snell	
G W Thomas	
T W Bain	
R Armstrong	
W H McLennan	
.1 II Law	
W Lumlev	
A M Ego	
J E Smith	
F McDonald	
F Mummery	
C Ross	
E Smethurst	
T Smith	
CS Campbell	
T Anderson	
J W Kent	
T Calhick	
T R Wilson	
F Goullard	
G H Cross	
•1 J Thomas	
ESTait	
E Hooson	
H G Allan    	
P Steele	
C Brown	
D G MacNaughton	
J M Murdoch	
W Switzer    	
DHart	
E Johnston	
A Wood	
3 Blackstock	
G Y Simpson	
.1 A McKelvie	
E Bate	
Pay list   	
W H Clark	
J Tooth	
R W Timmins	
II A Perry	
P Adams	
C F James	
A E Williams	
C Barnes	
Ii A Power	
T Andrews	
J Falls	
P Daly	
T Watt	
L R Vandebogart	
Pinkerton Nat Det Agcy
Sundry persons.
Fares, mea
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Paid
Paid
Special Constable
do
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Port Essington     4 davs (ti '■
„     3     "„
Penticton   	
Palliser     2
150-Mile House     2
Okanagan ..
Rivers Inlet .
Kevelstoke . ,
.    1
. 40
.    2 mos.
.109 dav
22
.    2
Salt Spring Island	
Spence's Bridge      i.
Trout Lake      4 day
     1
Ucluelet	
Union     3
Vancouver 3 months 20 days @8 55; 31
24
12
8
5
1
2.
2,
2.
2.
2.
month 65
3
3
3
2,
2.
Victoria, Carey Road 240
Gaol  81
Reformatory  44
Nightwatchman, Court House
ii Gov't Bldgs .
12 mos.
23 days
16
14
.2 days @ $6;   5
Williams Head
Wardner	
Winner   	
Yale 	
Ymir       	
2
1
1
1
37
10
4
4
3
3
1
1
1
1
15
11
11
6
30
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.00
2.50
5.00
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2 50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.60
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50;
1.00
1.00
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
6.00
Vote No. 80. —Transport of Constables and. Prisoners
Fares, meals, beds, buggy hire, etc., Superintendent F. S. Hussev and prisoners
„ Acting   ,,       W. H. Bullock-Webster
,. Chief Constable n
,i Sergeant F. R. Murray
,, Constable G. H. Aston
ii m        D. H. Anderson
u ir T. Acheson
it n        R. Armstrong
,, ii        R. Bell
,, i, J. T. Black
Carried forward	
t
11,635 80
56,923 33
10 00
7 50
27 00
5 00
5 00
2 50
100 00
130 00
272 50
55 00
5 00
5 00
2 50
2 50
132 50
32 50
12 00
3 00
1 50
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7 50
278 47
112 50
60 00
30 00
20 00
12 50
2 50
600 00
162 00
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60 00
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35 00
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2 50
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2 50
92 50
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14 50
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7 50
7 50
2 50
2 50
5 00
6 25
1 00
1 00
37 50
27 50
27 50
15 00
180 00
14,575 77
364 00
69 05
560 85
66 70
287 48
41 00
10 80
4 10
356 10
311 95
2,072 03
71,499 10 B 72            Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
8  cts.
$   cts
Sundry persons	
do           	
do           	
2,072 03
141 26
115 85
106 76
85 35
68 70
44 90
26 55
14 25
7 45
2 50
1 50
354 00
270 65
195 65
106 00
102 50
62 25
61 95
60 65
55 25
52 50
46 90
43 45
41 00
28 70
14 50
13 85
11 10
10 00
3 50
3 00
3 00
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639 05
373 75
292 20
55 95
38 10
16 15
12 00
10 40
2 00
1 00
95 70
161 00
114 05
38 00
20 90
19 00
17 00
15 25
318 15
37 00
448 70
194 20
117 70
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77 10
76 70
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18 15
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10 40
9 35
225 00
19 50
105 25
41 00
24 36
2 50
238 15
165 60
152 35
104 20
23 25
10 95
71,499 10
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).-
Contvnued.
Vote No. 80.—Transport of Constables and Prisoners.—Continued.
Fares, meals, beds, buggy hire, etc., Constable J. R. Brown              and prisoners
do                         .i                         i,         J. W. Burr
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do                       n                       "        F. Buse                                   ii
do                         m                         n         R. S. Baron                               h
do                         ii                         ii         J. A. Beandoin                         h
do                       n                       t.        T. W. Bain                              ..
do                         ..                         ii         W. Bradley
do                         ii                         it         C. J. Bunburv                           it
do                         "                         "         T. E. Banks
do                       •■                       »        0. S. Batchelor                       „
do                         ii                         ii         G. Cunningham                        n
do                         ii                         it         C. Cameron                               h
do                         ii                                    C. S. Campbell,
do                       "                       i-        D. G. Cochrane                       n
do                       .i                                 G. A. Calbick
do                       n                       "        C. A. Cox
do                       u                       'i        D. Campbell                            n
do                       n                       ii        G. Gassidv                               u
do                         "                                    G. B. Campbell
do                         "                         it         0. F. Conley                             u
do                         ii                         it         C. Carlson                                 n
do                         "                         ii        W. T. Cookslev                         ,i
do                         ..                         i.         R. C. Cotton
do                         n                         i.         J. Conway                                 n
do                         ii                         ii         W. Campbell                             n
do                         ii                         t,         R. J. Shortreed                         n
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do                         <-                         ii         B. Croover                                i,
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do                         n                         it         A. M. Vanetta                           n
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do                         i,                         n         D. J. Darraugli                          h
do                         ,i                         n         C. A. Dow                                 ,,
do                         tt                         ti         I. A. Dinsmore                          t>
do                         ti                         tt         A. D. Drummonil                     n
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do                       „                       ,.        W. Dodd                                 .,
do                         ,.                         it         T. Deasy                                    "
do                         ti                         it         H. Drummond                          n
do                         ,t                         tt         J. Decker                                   n
do                         „                         it         W. L. D'Aeth
do                         „                         ..         A. M. Ego
do                         ,i                         it         W. L. Fernie                             n
do                         n                         H         J. A. Fraser                              u
no                         ti                         ii         W. R. Flewin                            n
do                         -i                         tp         W. C. Forrister                        n
do                         it                         ii         H. Freeman                               m
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do                         .,                         ii         H. M. Fowell                             ..
do                         t,                         ,t         B. Gardom                                h
do                         ii                         "         A. Goodison                               n
do                         i'                         ii         W. B. Haynes                           11
do                         ,i                         ti         S. H. Hoskins                           ■■
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do                         i.                         ti         0. T. Hance                              •'
do                         tt                         ii         0. Harrison                               n
do                         n                         ii         R. L. Henderson      .                h
do                         ii                         ii         H. Hunter                                 tt
do                       „                                 W. M. Halliday                       n
do                         ii                         ii         S. E. Hamblv                            n
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do                         i'                         it         I. Harris                                    "
do                         ti                         ■'         H. F. M. Jones                         n
do                         n                         it        T. Johnson                                n
do                         ii                         n         J. C. Kirkpatrick                     ti
do                         it                         "         J- H. Kvarno                            n
do                         t,                         "         J. E. Kirby                                n
do                         n                         it         W. J. Kane                                h
do                         tt                         t,         A. W. Lane                               n
do                       n                       ii        B. W. Leeson                           n
do                         tt                         m         A. H. Lomas                             m
do                         t-                         it         F. D. Lorsch                             h
do                         ii                         M         A. Lucas                                    tt
do                         it                         it         W. Lumley                                n
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8,704 04
71,499 10 5 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
B 73
Sundry persons	
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B C Electric Railway Co.
SS "Tapella"	
H Cunningham & Co....
SS "Vera"	
C PRCo	
Union S S Co	
G W DeBeck	
F DeGrey	
G Harvie 	
Brought forward
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF  JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
Continued.
Vote No. 80.—Transport of Constables and Prisoners.—Continued.
Fares, meals, beds, buggy hire, etc., Constable A. A. Lane
and prisoners
do .. F. R. Morrii
do ti it J. F. Murray tt
do i, ,i A. C. Minty n
do it ti J. Munro n
do ,t it J. Murchison u
do it ti A. C. Murray m
do ii ii A. Mercer n
do M ,i G. Murray n
do ,, ti L. Mande'ville n
do t, ti H. D. Morten h
do ,t tt R. Murphy n
do „ „ J. H. McMullin
do ,, „ J. E. McMillan „
do ,i i, O. A. McKinlay
do it ii J. J. McKenna n
do . i, ,, M. McKay-
do ti ii D. McGillivray n
do it ,, D. McDougall it
do i, ,, J. McKen n
do it ,, J. McDonald n
do ,i „ J. A. Nesbitt n
do it it W. Owen n
do i, ,, L. O'Connell t,
do it it R. Pyper n
do it ,i W, Poole it
do ti ,, J. W. Pearson it
do ,, it H. S. Rose i.
do ,, „ P. G. Routh
do ti ,i E. C. Simmons n
do ii i, F. S. Spain
do it ii G. Sumner n
do it .( A. Sampson n
do it it D. Stephenson n
do t, it J. Stinson n
do t, it J. Simpson n
do „ „ W. Scott ,t
do ,, „ W. B. Skillen
do ii ,t E. C. Saunders n
do it tt J. Spachan it
do ,, ,, T. Sturdy h
do „ ,. T. Smith' „
do tt ,, V. W. Stewart n
do tt tt R. Shaw „
do it i, J. Thomson u
do ,, „ C. L. Thomet ti
do ,, ,, C. J. Trawford .1
do ,1 ,, W. F. Tranter it
do ,, „ G. W. Thomas 1,
do ,1 ,, A. Turnbull 1,
do ti ,, R. A. Upper 11
do t, 1, R. B. Venner it
do „ „ W. H. Vickers ,,
do „ ,, O. J. Vail „
do ,. ,, W. Woollacott ..
do ,1 ,1 J. Wilson tt
do ,, ,, A. P. Walker ,,
do ,, ,1 J. Walsh
do tt ,, O. Wilkie ,,
do ,, 1, W. Whitworth .,
do i, G. J. Walker
do ,1 1, T. A. Wilson
do „ „ C. R. Wilson ,,
do it 11 E. D. Warring n
do n it C. W. Young n
do 11 F. Yolland ,,
do ,t operatives Pinkerton National Detective Agency
Commutation tickets for use of Police between Vancouver and New Westminster
Steamer hire for Police patrolling Fraser River during cannery season
do 11       in Skeena District	
do 11 11 	
Fares, etc., 11
do ,.     :	
Launch hire, n       	
do „       	
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8,704 04
6 65
2S5 80
199 25
198 90
108 05
92 00
69 72
65 85
67 00
10 00
7 65
4 50
387 55
242 40
75 70
59 25
56 05
54 00
26 85
20 00
4 35
457 10
324 40
3 50
511 00
32 40
15 50
249 80
199 75
535 15
452 25
282 95
249 15
65 45
30 00
22 95
15 30
10 25
9 85
6 00
5 00
4 50
2 25
1 25
265 85
40 75
24 10
16 35
7 35
2 50
292 00
398 20
79 75
70 45
515 05
264 40
195 45
169 25
132 65
60 00
17 00
13 00
8 00
5 00
365 40
33 25
113 38
375 00
738 00
150 00
60 00
139 50
56 50
30 00
10 00
10 00
71,490 10
44 71,499 10 B 74
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
8 cts.
8  cts.
Victoria Transfer Co...
C Mcllmoyl	
Ferguson & Johnston..
R Bray	
S W Eastman	
F Rose	
F A Lee	
A Mitchell	
A G Rouat	
H Cassidy	
Vancouver Transfer Co
S H Thompson	
Devoy & Chadsev	
W Campbell	
J H Cocking	
H Keast	
Dixon & Schultz	
W Handley	
Fernie Cartage Co	
ET WPearse	
B C Express	
A H Beedy	
Clarke & Stewart	
A C Hamilton	
N W Mounted Police .
R Harrup	
J Blanchard	
Willows Hotel	
Trites Wood Co  	
J Humphreys	
J A Goodall	
T M Brayshaw	
W Mabel	
F Norris & Son	
E G Prior & Co	
.1 S Helmcken, F R C S
R E Walker, M D	
GAB Hall, M D	
LT Davis, MD	
A P Procter, M D	
J S Burris, M D	
F G Richards.
J D Hall	
T J Armstrong
SP Tuck.  ...
O J Vail 	
WW Spinks..
J Stevenson ,.
S E Hambly ..
S Drake	
H C Kerman .
McPhillips, Wootton &
Barnard	
do
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H B Robertson	
Eberts & Taylor	
Elliott & Lennie	
do 	
W Meyers-Graj-	
Cane & Mclnnes	
Russell & Russell	
Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF  JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES)--
Continued.
Vote No. 80.—Transport of Constables and Prisoners.—Concluded.
Hack hire, keep of horses, etc., Police Depart., Victoria	
Keep of horse, it n        	
Hack hire 11 i -        	
do it .,        	
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do ii Vancouver	
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do ,, „ 	
do ti New Westminster	
do ti ti 	
do i, ,, 	
do 11 Nanaimo    	
do ii Duncan	
do << Atlin	
do it Fernie	
do it ti       	
do ti Kamloops	
do .1 Clinton   	
do it Barkerville	
do it Nicola	
do n Golden	
Transporting prisoner, Caribou Crossing to Atlin	
Boat hire, Ladysniith 	
Board and lodging of Police during Salmo disturbance	
do Exhibition, Victoria	
Provisions for Police looking for escaped prisoners, Fernie	
Repairing boat for Police, Chemainus	
do Nanaimo	
Shoeing horse for Police,   Victoria   .  .
Repairing buggy 11        	
do      harness M	
Padlock for stall ■■            	
Vote No. 87.—Medical Attendance at Gaols.
Medical attendance at Victoria Gaol   ....
do New Westminster
do Nelson	
do Nanaimo	
do Kamloops	
do it        	
Vote No. 88.—Sheriffs' Fees.
.10 months Irt 833.33
.7 „ 33.33
. 5 „ 33.33
Sheriff's fees, Victoria  12 months iw  862.50
do        Vancouver  12
do New Westminster  12
do Nelson     12
do        Vernon.  10
do (act'g) it    2
do Barkerville  	
do Golden	
do Nanaimo 	
Allowance as Sheriff at Grand Forks, to June 30th	
62.50
62.50
62.50
83.33
83.33
Vote No. 80.—Constitutional Litigation and General Law Costs.
Services as counsel, re Vancouver Island Settlers' Rights Act	
do Habeas corpus proceedings under Immigration Act	
do Attorney-General v. Ludgate	
do ii ii 	
do Cartwright v. King	
do Nelson and Fort Sheppard Assessment appeals	
do Le Roi et at »t 	
do Walker v. Campbell	
do Can. Canning Co., Ltd. v. Fagan & Foster	
do n i. 	
Carried forward	
18,882 44
260 40
31 00
16 50
5 50
2 00
109 00
63 00
49 50
21 75
5 0C
4 00
145 50
9 00
9 00
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400 00
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333 33
233 33
166 67
750 00
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833 32
166 68
600 00
500 00
300 00
250 00
337 60
90 50
795 00
335 00
671 64
520 00
679 08
25 00
268 40
333 35
4,055 57
99,383 47 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
B 75
J S Harvey	
Herchmer & Herchmer
O L Spencer	
H D Helmcken	
R Preston	
L J Seymour	
E Blygh	
J Gilbert	
L Harries	
S M Badges 	
A MJones	
C L Gordon	
J R Rankin	
M Urquhart	
Hammond Typewrit'r Co
F Evans	
E E Richards	
H P McMartin	
E G Dyer	
G H Playle	
J A H Welden	
A 0 Cochrane	
O H Lamereux	
E E Robinson   	
H R Moodie	
E T H Simpkins	
E A Crease, S M	
G Pittendrigh, S M .
C Harrison, 8 M	
J BMcCullagh, J P..
J Abrams, S M	
H O Alexander, S M .
G W Thomson, J P...
P W Mooney, J P
W Dodd	
A D Dupont	
J J Cambridge	
J P Patenaude	
ST Hall	
W F Wood	
A P Judge 	
H C Kerman	
H M Walliser	
R E Walker, MD...
A L Kendall, M D ...
II M Robertson, MD
II Carmichael	
II J Baker	
J Ratchford	
A Maxwell	
W Plumm	
H T Twigg	
Hooper & Watkins...
R S Sherman	
M Hamilton	
J Spinkum	
J Pitcalla	
SHunt	
E Kloksum	
J R Radclive	
D A Bannerman	
S M Johnson	
McKay Bros & Smith
Hunter, Kendrick Co..
J L Gordon	
E G Prior & Co	
J H Wilson	
J H Barnsley & Co....
W H Adams	
C S Campbell	
Brought forward'.
VII -ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).-
Continued.
Vote No. 89.—Constitutional litigation and General Law Costs.—
Concluded.
Services as counsel, re Morgan v. Simister, Coal Mines Regulation Act	
do n .1 	
do Port Simpson L. and Imp. Co	
do Attorney-General v. C. P. R., obtaining copy of commiS'
sion of late Sir James Douglas	
do witness, Attorney-General v. Ludgate	
Vote No. 90. —Miscellaneotis.
Services as stenographer, and expenses, etc., at various Assizes .
do ii ti ii
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do ii n Victoria	
do ii ii Vancouver
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New Westminster.
Vancouver
Golden      	
Nelson	
Salmo, Ymir, etc..
Mission, etc	
Masset	
Naas .
Transcribing evidence,
do
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Expenses holding Court,
do m
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do m Rex v. Wellington Coll'y Co., Cumberland,
do ii Vancouver	
do ii Comaplix	
do ti Revelstoke	
Expenses attending Court, North Bend	
do n Soda Creek	
do -1 Mission	
do ii Soda Creek. 	
do ,, .. 	
Hearing fee, Kamloops   ...
Expenses attending conference with Attorney-General, re Land Registry Act ..
Services and expenses procuring evidence	
do ii	
Professional services, Vancouver	
do " Surrey	
do ii Victoria	
Expenses as Analyst examining viscera for poison	
Services checking brands on stock	
do       examining brands of cattle	
do ii 	
do ,r  ;;.;;;;
Copies of plans, Rex v. Roberts, New Denver	
do ,,     Wong On and Wong Gow, Victoria.
do ,i     Hogan et al, Vancouver	
Services as messenger, ,,     Diedrich. Clinton	
do „ „  ;;
Services as guide, Liilooet	
Services exhuming body, Rex v. Tom, Alert Bay   	
do ii ii ,,	
Services and expenses as executioner,     M     Bell, Kamloops ......
Livery hire for Judge, ,, ,.   Greenwood	
Making plans, n n h 	
Photograph of scene of murder, ,t ,. ■■  '
Tray used in Court, n u ,,  ' ........
Funeral expenses, ., M   Kamloops        ......
Rope, &c, ii ii i,	
Making black cap, M ,, „ '	
Police equipment	
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Carried forward.
4,055 67
99,383 47
66 10
34 75
163 02
10 00
22 00
4,351 44
478 95
825 00
852 10
116 30
196 30
65 00
15 00
20 40
11 00
3 00
36 50
83 30
48 00
191 00
150 30
7 85
2 00
55 50
3 10
1 00
3 00
127 90
69 45
30 50
55 00
50 00
32 50
19 00
2 35
31 55
11 00
5 35
6 00
5 00
1 00
15 00
10 00
7 05
50 00
10 00
10 00
60 00
90 80
17 50
8 00
2 00
50 00
38 00
25 00
15 00
12 00
1 50
8 00
8 00
242 25
37 75
36 00
3 00
60
20 00
2 05
1 00
98 90
34 00
19 20
4,042 80
103,734 91 B 76
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
3  cts.
$   cts.
Brought forward.
V1I.-ADM1NISTRATTON OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN SALARIES).
Concluded.
C E Tisdall	
R B Halhed	
E C Simmons	
AEHowse & Co	
R S Baron	
R A Upper	
W Woollacott	
Carlin & Durick	
J H McMullin   	
W H Crosby	
D J Darraugh	
A W Lane	
A G Rehagliati	
C H Tarbell	
G Cassidy    ...
W T Cooksley	
C E Bourne     	
Kootenay E L Supply Co
F Rushton	
J C Kirkpatrick	
Elliot & Morrison	
Fernie Cartage Co ,..
B C Express Co	
J A Fraser	
L Norris	
J E Stoddard	
H S Rose	
C C Fisher	
J W Bland	
SHHoskins	
C W Young	
R E Lemon	
J Harwood	
W C Forrester	
Spokane Falls & Northern
H B Co 	
Dominion Express Co ...
E'& N Railway Co	
H Brown	
T Hance	
Trites Wood Co 	
D A Stoddard	
J EN Smith	
S Graham	
C H Dunlevy	
AGCollett	
A Mitchell	
C J Robinson & Co	
Victoria Hotel	
Nelson Economist   	
W Morrow	
SS " Joan "	
W V Leonard	
C Marston	
H Came	
E C Simmons	
W L Fernie	
DG Stewart	
Na-Na-Kwa 	
Negai	
WB Conroy	
C Gooch	
C L Thomet 	
F S Clements	
E W Widdowson 	
A G Lambert & Co 	
Storey & Campbell	
J Harwood	
Wood, Vallance Hdw Co.
F R Murray	
Pitt & Peterson	
J T Black	
Nelson Transfer Co	
Law Society of B C	
Vote No. 90.—Miscellaneous.—Concluded.
Police equipment      	
Cartridges, &c.,
do
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do
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do
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do
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do
do
do
do
Gun oil for police,
Flash lamp for Constable Campbell,
Repairs to gun for   n       McKinlay,
Lantern,
Repairing leg irons,
Cartage on exhibits, etc.,
do
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do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
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Freight on exhibits,
Freight on effects from Glenora to
Express on exhibits,
do
do carpet from police office,
Keep of horse in dispute,
do ii
do stolen,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Printing jurors' lists, etc.,
Fare of man arrested in mistake,
do      discharged prisoner,
Paid fare of accused,
Hack hire for discharged prisoner,
Meals for u
Labour and material dragging for body,
do ti searching for   n
do .. i. n
Canoe and fittings destroved,
do
Repairing constable's clothes destroyed while effecting arrest,
do it i. ii
do ii ii ii
Blue prints,
Photographs of scene of murder,
Lumber for table for exhibits,
Leather case for Police Department,
Sawdust for floor,
Padlock,
Paid for cleaning city morgue,
Towels,
Paid for board and lodging experts attending trial,
Hack hire for Mr. Justice Irving,
Annual fee of H. A. Maclean, Deputy Attorney-General	
Chemainus ....
Vernon	
Nicola	
Cranbrook ....
Revelstoke .   .
Alert Bay	
Cranbrook	
Fernie 	
Moyie	
Eholt	
Mission	
Clinton	
Cumberland...
Ladysmith ....
Blaine	
Atlin	
Trout Lake ...
Cariboo Road..
Trout Lake  ...
Nelson	
Fernie	
Clinton  	
Ymir 	
Vernon 	
Golden   	
Kelowna ...
N. Westminster
Victoria	
Cranbrook ....
Nelson	
Vernon.
Ymir ,.
Telegraph Ck.
Nelson	
Duncan	
Victoria	
C'hilcotin  ....
Fernie	
Clinton	
Soda Creek  ..
Nicola	
Vancouver ...
Kamloops
Vernon	
Nelson	
Fairview	
Nanaimo	
Salmom Arm .
Victoria	
Vernon ..
Kamloops .
Disco verv .
Alert Bay .
Atlin	
Cranbrook.   .
Midway	
Nelson	
Ymir	
Nelson	
Vancouver ..
Vernon	
Ymir  	
Victoria ..   .
Duncan	
New Denver.
Nelson	
4,042 80
103,734 91
12 00
3 90
2 25
2 85
3 30
1 25
1 25
1 26
1 00
1 00
85
80
75
75
70
50
5 00
4 15
1 25
2 25
6 25
12 25
6 00
4 30
4 00
2 32
1 95
I 65
1 60
1 80
1 10
50
50
7 95
5 00
60
35
1 00
31 00
8 75
8 40
7 50
1 50
8 00
5 40
4 20
3 00
2 50
15 75
12 45
2 50
1 35
1 00
75
48 55
9 15
4 50
33 00
25 00
5 00
5 00
6 50
6 00
3 00
1 93
4 25
2 50
2 11
2 00
70
4 00
5 00
20 00
4,451 90
108,186 87 5 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
B 77
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts
A Robinson	
G-Cruickshank	
W M Davie	
W P Arg-ue	
J W Church	
FH Eaton	
E B Paul	
■J C Shaw	
W P Arg-ue	
•I W Church	
F H Eaton	
E B Paul	
J C Shaw	
G E Robinson    	
J K Henry	
I) Blair..'.	
W Hunter 	
S J Willis	
W Burns	
J D Buchanan	
G B Potts	
J A Cann    	
E H Russell	
W P Arg-ue	
F H Eaton	
G H Deane	
W P Arg-ue	
W Hunter 	
F H Eaton 	
J D Buchanan	
do 	
G E Robinson 	
do 	
A H M May	
W Burns	
C A Procunier 	
J K Henry	
C F Lalleiemaud	
Rev- J W Flinton	
WM Davie	
G W Clark	
R J Clark	
G Cruickshank	
O M Jones, M D	
H M Stramberg	
Pope Stationery Co	
D Wilson	
A C Stewart	
W P Argue	
E Pimbury & Co	
Thomson Stationery Co.
T E Bate 	
Canada Drug- & Book Co.
Smith Bros	
J S Gordon	
Sundry persons	
R W Margetts	
H Keeley	
R Kenyon	
L Thornber	
J Anderson	
W Jeffs	
P White	
Pope Stationery Co	
T N Hibben & Co	
D Wilson	
R W Margetts	
A G Morice	
J Murray	
G M Hay	
University Co, Ltd	
Baxter & Johnston 	
M WWaitt&Co	
J M Henton	
F J Fulton    	
H Dunnell	
News-Advertiser	
AB Ellis	
VIII.-EDUCATION.
Vote No. 91.—Education Office.
Superintendent of Education    ..
Secretarj'	
Clerk  	
Services as examiner, Teachers' Examination
do .1
do
do it
do
Expenses, n
do
do
do
do ,,
Services as examiner, High School Entrance,
do „
do
do ,,
do ti
do it
do „
do „
do n
do „
do
do it
do
Presiding Exam., Vanc'r. and N. Westm'r., 3 days @ 5; sup.
do Nanaimo,
do Victoria,
Supervisor, Cumberland
12 months @ $175
12 ii 110
12 „ 60
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Mission,
Chilliwhack,
Cloverdale,
Grand Forks,
Nanaimo,
Revelstoke,
Hammond,
Port Essington,
Alberni,
Kamloops,
Nelson,
Rossland,
Chilliwhack,
53
46
28
38
17
17
19
20
17
7
7
High School Entrance,
Victoria 	
Cumberland	
Vancouver 	
New Westminster.
Nanaimo	
53 days 3 hours (a
1
6;
5;
6;
5;
5;
5;
5;
5;
5;
5;
5;
1.00;
3.75;
5; exp. $126.75
5; ., 135.25
j; „ 107.50
68.90
1.50
43.75
43.75
days @ 5
5
5
expenses,
17.00
1.00
3.75
.30
S29.65
7.75
12.25
4.10
13.00
1.45
3
1.50
65
Medical examiner of candidates for Rhodes Scholarship
Expenses attending meeting of n
Supplies for High School Entaance Examinations,
Paid
Paid
Paid
Paid
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Committee.
various 	
Vancouver	
Nanaimo	
Maple Ridge and Mission.
Cumberland	
Revelstoke	
Kamloops	
Vernon.
Stationery and books for indigent children throught the Province ..
Janitor, Teacheas' Examination, Victoria, 8 <
do tt Vancouver, 8
do ti Nanaimo, 8
do ti New Westminster, 8
do 11 Grand Forks, 7
do it Nelson, 7
do ti Rossland, 7
Maps, globes, etc	
do    	
Subscription to Provincial Teachers' Institute     	
Paid for removal of chairs after Teachers' Examinations, Victoria
Subscription to Northern Interior of B. O	
do School Magazine	
do Educational Review	
do Educational Monthly 	
Repairs to typewriter   	
do	
Cuts for scale drawing	
Paid express charges on bronze medals from Nelson's ship "Victory'
Fares	
> 82.50
2.60
1.
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
Advertising- '' Teacher Wanted "....
Twelve numbers "Daily Colonist" .
Carried forward.
2,100 00
1,320 00
720 00
175 00
175 00
176 00
175 00
175 00
36 50
38 45
100 95
26 00
72 35
393 93
400
337 90
208 95
194 35
133 00
133 00
104 85
104 30
89 25
63 45
36 45
28 50
39 75
18 75
15 30
44 65
17 75
27 25
14 10
35 00
28 00
16 45
13 00
11 50
10 65
38 95
39 25
28 60
22 70
10 00
9 35
76 05
38 30
34 65
29 85
6 60
4 55
3 86
2 00
1 65
1 25
6 36
20 00
20 00
12 00
12 00
10 50
10 50
10 50
228 70
82 75
50 00
2 00
2 50
2 05
1 00
2 00
5 00
1 85
5 50
2 66
2 75
75
60
8,638 78
8,638 78 B 78
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
8   cts.
$   cts.
D Wilson	
A C Stewart ..
J S Gordon.. .
H Dunnell. ..
A Robinson ...
G Cruickshank
D Wilson .....
A C Stewart...
J S Gordon...
H Dunnell ....
W Burns	
J D Buchanan
D Blair	
F H Eaton .  ..
W Burns	
J D Buchanan	
D Blair	
T Price	
H Keeley	
do       	
E Price	
W Burns	
Clarke & Stuart	
Thomson Stationery Co
Pope Stationery Co....
Chapman & Hall	
Doubleday, Page & Co .
E L Kellogg & Co	
London Times	
Edwards Bros	
Thompson Studio	
Standberger, Hendry Co
Cornish & Cooper	
News-Advertiser	
Silver, Burdett & Co..
T H Wootton	
Vancouver Hdw Co.   .
Manitoba Institute for
Deaf, Dumb and Blind
California Institute do
Mackay Institute do
E Eden	
Victoria
Vancouver
Ladysmith
Nanaimo
Nelson
New Westminster
Rossland
Cumberland
Grand Forks
Greenwood
Kamloops
Kaslo
Phcenix
Revelstoke
Sandon
Slocan
Trail
Vernon
Fernie
Kaslo
Phcenix
City
Brought forward.
VIII. -EDUCATION— Continued.
Vote No. 92—Inspection of Schools.
Inspector of Schools — 12 months <
do   12
do   12 „
Superintendent of manual training  12 n
Travelling expenses as Superintendent of Education	
do Secretary	
do Inspector	
do it	
do
do Superintendent manual training	
do attending Teachers' Institute, Revelstoke, &c... .
do ii ii 	
do t, it ....
do trip to Vancouver re Course of Stud.\	
8140
130
120
125
Vote No. 93.—Normal School, Vancouver.
Principal  12 months @ $150
Assistant Master  12 n 125
Drawing Master  12 11 100
Janitor         4 n 50
do           8 ., 50
do     extra services	
do      	
Paid Stamps, express charges, &c	
Stationery, text books, &c	
'do 	
Text books, etc	
do 	
Nature library	
Subscription to New York School Journal	
do Encyclopedia	
Photographs	
Frames	
Plasticine, etc	
Labour and material for models	
Printing "Course of Study"   	
do forms	
Services as messenger, etc	
Tea-kettle	
Vote No. 94.—Education of Deaf and Dumb and Blind.
Board and tuition of A. Ward, W. Helmer, B. Campbell, J. Campbell, G. Riley
B. Wallace, A. Hennessey, B. Cann, O. Jenkins and K. Hillier	
Fares, meals, etc., Olive Jenkins, Winnipeg to Victoria	
Board and tuition of Helen and Irvine Knarston	
do G. McNeish for 8 months	
Fare of E. Forddred from Greenwood to Winnipeg	
Vote No. 95.—Capitation Grant.
Grant of 813 per capita on av
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
13
15
15
15
15
15
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
erage attendance for year ending 30th June, 1905.
Supplementary grant for pupils outside City limits, 1903-04
do .i it
1,680 00
1,560 00
1,440 00
1,550 GO
115 25
118 00
1,188 75
1,105 20
923 30
626 48
46 70
37 70
37 70
10 75
1,800 00
1,500 00
1,200 00
200 00
400 00
18 75
20 00
25 14
103 60
12 00
2 94
13 23
33 40
3 15
176 20
16 00
3 35
9 00
39 35
8 50
6 63
6 15
1 50
3,007 50
25 30
601 50
100 15
5 25
32,431   54
55,560 94
5,414 82
11,928 52
5,226 68
12,971
6,596 10
4,608 20
4,044 20
1,209 30
4,080
1,790 10
1,474 70
5,474 70
385 10
1,077 00
1,852 50
3,570 90
2,693 55
319 88
468 00
Carried forward	
8,638 78
5,598 !
163,169 37
191,536 57 5 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
B 79
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
8  cts.
S  cts
Victoria City
Vancouver n
New Westminster   n
Nanaimo n
Nelson m
Rossland i,
Vernon u
Cumberland n
Grand Forks t,
Kamloops 11
Revelstoke n
J Howitt	
EFov	
E C Ohlson
A Shaw   .
C BChristensen
M EAkenhead..
.1 Mebius	
HEMayer	
M M Robertson
A M Johnston ..
E J Taylor	
T Nicholson	
M Gibson 	
LSPringle	
School Trustees.
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
M R J Reid	
M Smith	
School Trustees
do
M R J Reid	
E St J Robertson
H B Marchant ...
AC Thain	
EC M Hoops....
School Trustees .
do
do
R S Coghlan..
M L Shaw ...,
E M Crake ...
G C Davidson
G D Davidson
H A Laughlin
S Marsden ...
E Loat	
E M Reed
DC Little....
E N Brown...
BS Smith....
A E Dixon ...
Brought forward.
VIII.—EDUCATION— Continued.
Vote No. 96.— Grants to High Schools.
In addition to Capitation Grant for year ending 30th June, 100;
do if ii
do ,. „
dO ,| ir
do ii ii
do ii u
do ii n
do ti ii
do .. ii
do M ii
do n u
Vote No. 97.— Teachers' Salaries and Incidental Expense*
Teacher, Alberni
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
ti      New
ii
Beaver Creek
Cape Scott
Departure Bav
Gill
Parksville
Van Anda
Alberni District.
School   12 months (a $60
2nd division   12
3rd       ii        	
School
New
7 mos. 30d.
55
4 months
55
12
50
12
50
12
50
6
55
6    it
55
12    .,
50
1
60
11    n
60
12
75
12
60
12    „
50
Grant for incidental expenses, Alberni
do ,i             it
do ti      Beaver Creek
do ti       Cape Scott m 	
do it      Departure Bav n 	
do ,.       Gill ,, 	
do ii       Parksville it 	
do tt       Van Anda n	
do ..       Wellington .1 	
Total for Alberni District 87,864.56
Atlin District.
Teacher, Atlin School  11 months @ 895
do      Discovery n      12 M 90
Grant for incidental expenses, Atlin School	
do 11       Discoverv 11    	
Total for Atlin District 82,350.00
Cariboo  District.
Teacher, Barkerville    School	
do      Quesnel u    	
do       Stuart Lake        it    	
do       Williams Lake     11    	
do 1, ,,    	
Grant per incidental expenses, Quesnel
do 11       Stuart Lake
do 11       Williams Lake
School.
1 month   (a* -880
llmos.29d.       65
11 months 95
6 ,. 60
5 „ 12 d. 60
Total for Cariboo District, 82,791
Chilli whack District.
Teacher, Abbotsford School  11 mos. 29 d @ 855
Aberdeen ,  12 months        45
Atchelitz n        1 n 50
d. 50
50
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Camp Slough
Cheam
Chilliwhack High
2nd division .
Carried forward..
12 months
1
1
9
12
1
(i
5
12
0
6
12
50
50
50
100
75
75
60
720 00
438 05
220 00
600 00
000 00
600 00
330 00
330 00
000 00
60 00
060 00
900 00
720 00
600 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
166 50
1,045 00
1,080 00
125 00
100 00
80 00
775 80
1,045 00
360 00
323 20
40 00
130 00
40 00
056 50
540 00
50 00
98 35
450 00
660 00
50 00
300 00
250 00
1,200 00
450 00
450 00
720 00
191,536 57
18,883 40   201,036 57 B 80             Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
8  cts.
L Cairns	
18,883 40
50 00
550 00
60 00
059 05
60 00
660 00
50 00
550 00
45 00
225 00
270 00
50 00
100 00
448 40
45 00
495 00
593 55
600 00
45 00
495 00
600 00
50 00
122 60
300 00
165 00
495 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
333 90
100 00
720 00
600 00
600 00
598 40
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
160 00
40 00
80 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
28 40
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
28 85
40 00
50 00
550 00
50 00
400 00
600 00
495 00
900 00
720 00
50 00
550 00
50 00
500 00
55 00
605 00
36,361 55
201,036 67
VIII— EDUCATION.-CoM,M«,Med!.
enses.—
b @    :S50
60
60
60
60
60
50
60
45
45
45
50
50
i 30 d. 60
45
45
Vote No. 97.—Teachers' Salaries and Incidental Exp
Continued.
Ch'dliwhack District.—Concluded.
Teacher, Chiltiwhack School, 3rd division     1 mont
do              i.                    i.              ,,           11
J T Crowder	
do              ,,     it             ii      11
do              n      n             n   2nd division     1
do             .1     ii            i.             H              11
C M Crankshaw	
I MToop	
do             ti                   i     5
do             ..                   "          0
do             ,,                   ti          2
do             t.                   ii                  8
do             .,          i,       „     .11
A E Elliott	
do       Fail-field               „      11           .. 27 d. 50
M Sullivan                	
45
46
60
50
, 14 d. 60
50
55
55
,           50
50
50
. 21 d. 50
50
60
50
50
C E Lindseth	
B J Bowell	
do          „                      i.      11
do       Majuba Hill        it         1
do              ,.                    it           2
L Broe	
do              ..                    ..         6
do              it                         9
E M McBride	
do              ,,                    i,         1
do              „                    .1           1
E M Ray	
W A Bowell	
do              „                    .i         6
do              i,                    ti                 ...      2
G M Patterson	
E J Campbell	
do             ,,        Smith        ., 12
do          ii       Upper      n      11           i. 30 d. 50
School Trustees 	
do             	
do             	
do             	
do              	
do
do              	
do              	
do              	
do
do              	
do              	
do              	
do
do              	
do              	
do              	
do               	
do
do              	
do              	
do              	
W M Cox         	
do                           ,,       Fairfield                 ..    	
Total for Chilliwhack District, !
Columbia District.
do              ii                        11
S17.778.00
h   (d 860
50
50
50
50
60
60
50
,           50
50
50
55
t           55
do              „        8
E M N Lettiee	
do      Field                 i,                      12
do      Galena              n         1 month (cc 845;   9
do       Golden                   12
do            it                     tt   2nd division   12
do            tt                     ,t   3rd       ..             1
H B Milne	
M T Durham   	
do            it                     it   3rd       it          11
do                	
N R Colbeck	
do                ii                 ,,      10
J A Robertson	
M R Ford	
do           ,i                      n      11
201,036 57 5 Ed. 7         Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 190
5.
B 81
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
9  cts.
TIII.-BDU(y
Vote No. 97.—Teachers' Sa
Columbia 1
Teacher, Windermere School	
Grant for incidental expenses. Atha
do                           11       Beave
do                         it      Field
do                           ii       Galen
do                         it      Golde
do                           .1       Horse
do                         ii       Wilm
36,361 55
691 00
50 00
50 00
19 25
50 00
150 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
550 00
775 80
716 10
600 00
600 00
150 00
480 00
225 00
287 10
240 00
600 00
55 00
273 25
328 15
60 00
398 80
259 30
600 00
28 85
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
12 65
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
60 00
250 00
300 00
720 00
660 00
50 00
241 95
300 00
60 00
180 00
480 00
50 00
150 00
400 00
40 00
440 00
600 00
600 00
480 00
240 00
600 00
40 00
440 00
600 00
50 00
250 00
300 00
201,036 57
1TION.—Contin ued.
en-ses.—
6d.(ffi860
aries and. Incidental Enep
Hstrict. —Concluded.
  11 mos. 1
School Trustees	
do              	
do              	
do              	
do              	
do              	
do              	
do             	
.1 TCrowder	
C Cripps	
M L Moffatt	
Conu
Teacher, Alert Bay                        Sch
do              ti
do       Comox
do       Courtenay
do       Denman Island
do       Grantham
do       Hornby Island                     i
do       Lazo
do       Lund                                      t
do
do       Malcolm Island
do       Minto
do       Sandwick
do              ii
do
do       Union Bay-
do              ii
do
do       Valdez Island                        i
Total for Columbia District,
ok District.
30l     1 mont
,      11
,         11
,      11
86,735.25
-l @   $50
50
, 29 d. 65
, 29 d. 60
50
50
50
40
,           45
. 23 d. 50
,           60
50
t           55
, 30 d. 55
, 30 d. 55
L J Carter	
K B McArdle	
     12
 12
     3
A F B Church	
t       12
M Elliott	
     4    -
A Martin	
W Gabriel	
   12
,         1
       5
.           1            i.           60
,         6
, 18 d. 60
,   9 d. 60
50
     4
F F Whyte	
   12
School Trustees 	
do             	
do              	
do             	
do
do              	
do              	
do              	
do              	
do             	
do             	
do              	
do              	
D Allison  	
I E Ure	
Grant for incidental expel
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
ses, Alert
i       Como
t      Courl
t       Denn
i       Granl
i       Hornl
t       Lazo
i       Lund
i      Malco
i       Minto
t       Sand\
•       Unior
Valde.
CowicJ
Teacher, Chemainus                        Sch
do               ..                                         i
do
do       Chemainus Landing             i
do       Cowichan                                 t
do       Crofton
Total for Comox District, 87,730
an District.
lol     1 month   @   850
t         6
   12
   12
,    .              1
50
60
55
50
26 d.  50
50
60
60
60
50
50
50
40
40
50
50
60
60
50
40
40
50
50
50
SO
M L MacNutt     ..
W G M Rolston	
W Tomlinson 	
W Gabriel	
     4
do              ,i                                      ii           (i
E F Clark
do       Duncan
do              .,                                      t
do
do              n       2nd division           i
do              ..              it                      i
do             it             n                    i
do      Glenora
do               ,,                                         i
     1
C Black	
A Smith
     3           ,
     8           i
E S Lovell
     1           ,
M C Frank	
C Black	
     3
     8
          1
M R Ford	
  11
E M Johnston	
J G Hands .  .
do       Maple Bay
do       Mount Sicker
do              ii
do       Quamichan
do      Sahtlam                              •
do             H                                   i
do      Shawnigan
do       Somenos                                ,
do
do             i.                                   i
Ca
   12
,             8
     4
PT Skrimshire	
K Johnson	
K F McCrimmon	
J A Hoy	
   12
       1
   11
   12
     1
•IWHKing	
L M Coburn	
GH Sluggett	
53,823 75
201,036 57 B 82
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
School Trustees
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
G A King-	
J S Brock	
do       	
M B Carter....
E J Reid	
A M Lewis ..
E M Cartwright
M M McVicar ..
A Holland	
W Clavton	
OP Van Allen..
A W Sutherland
M A Phalen ....
E E Haslam ....
L J Brunton....
J R Nicholson..
L J Brunton
N T Blackeney .
J Mangan   	
School Trustees
do
do
do
do
do
K Bovd 	
L M Parrott
E G Kingston ..
J E Jay	
J M Inglis	
H Hodder	
G Atkinson.
J E Skaling	
A E Eckhardt ..
P O Sharp	
T Miller	
M Best	
S BPeele	
L Leamy	
J D Magee	
M E Nicol	
E S Hamilton ..
M Shannon
L Trethewoy ...
J Mclntyre   ....
A T Forrest	
MEN Hollowav
E N Walls.
T Henderson .  .
E J Carson	
L Lewis	
M Anderson ....
J A Cairnes ....
J K Mackenzie .
A M Philip	
Brouaht forward	
VIII.—EDUCATION.—Continued.
Vote No. 97.—Teachers'
Salaries and Incidental Expenses.-
Continued.
Cowichan District.—Concluded.
Grand for incidental expenses, Chemainus School	
do ii Chemainus Landing m    	
do ,t Cowichan n    	
do ii Crofton t,    	
do it Duncan n    	
do tt Glenora n    	
do ti Malahat 11    	
do ti Maple Bay 	
do it Mount Sicker „    	
do it Quamichan n    	
do it Sahtlam n    	
do ii Shawnigan h    	
do n Somenos t>    	
Total for Cowichan District, 89,211.95
Cranbrook District.
Teacher, Cranbrook S
do tt 2nd division
3rd
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
3rd
3rd
3rd
4th
5th
Fort Steele
Kimberley
ilarysville
Moyie
2nd division
2nd       ii
12 months (a 890
11
1 ii
1
1 mo. 18 d.
5 ..   13   ,
11 months
8 mos. 8 d.
11 months
6 ,i
Ryan
Wardner
12
2 it
10
1 it
11
11 ,i
1 t.
1 mo. 20 d.
9 months
00
60
60
60
50
50
60
55
60
65
65
50
50
50
55
55
Grant for incidental expe
do
do
do
do
do
lses, Cranbrook School.
,        Fort Steele it     	
t      Marysville it    	
i       Moyie n	
i       Ryan 	
Wardner n	
Total for Cranbrook District, 88,702.90
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
Alderg-rove
,t South
Anniedale
Barnston Island
Beaver
Belmont
Boundary Bay
Brownsville
Clayton
Cloverdale
Crescent Island
Delta
Douglas
Glen valley
Glenwood
Gulfside
Hall's Prairie
Delta District.
School  1 month @
t.     (less .t day); 11 ti
i.  6
1
10
12
1
11
11
Carried forward.
12
1
3
1
11
1
10
1
11
12
8
3
, 30 d
850
50
50
60
3 d. 50
5 d. 50
40
)d. 40
50
50
50
)d. 50
50
50
50
1 d. 50
1 d. 50
55
50
55
) d. 55
45
45
50
) d. 50
40
40
60
55
55
53,823 75  201,036 57
40 00
40 00
40 00
130 00
80 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
30 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
1,080 00
825 00
60 00
60 00
85 15
514 85
550 00
412 90
660 00
330 00
600 00
130 00
650 00
50 00
550 00
550 00
55 00
91 65
495 00
610 00
50 00
50 00
143 35
50 00
50 00
50 00
549 10
300 00
300 00
175 80
424 20
40 00
438 70
600 00
50 00
550 00
596 80
350 00
250 00
50 00
264 55
272 60
660 00
50 00
385 00
199 85
45 00
495 00
50 00
548 40
40 00
440 00
600 00
493 25
165 00
72,599 90 201,036 57 5 Ed. 7       Public Accounts, 1st July, L904, to 30th June, 1905.
B 83
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$ cts.
72,599 90
50 00
548 40
40 00
440 00
480 00
480 00
65 00
325 00
65 00
325 00
50 00
550 00
550 00
660 00
50 00
550 00
50 00
550 00
598 40
55 00
605 00
600 00
550 00
60 00
550 00
40 00
440 00
50 00
550 00
50 00
372 60
177 40
50 00
550 00
550 00
50 00
550 00
660 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
14 27
40 00
40 00
314 85
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
27 46
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
15 49
40 00
40 00
201,036 57
VIH.-EDUCATION —Continued.
tal Expenses. —
1 month <a  850
10 ., 30 d. 60
1            t,           40
11 i           40
6           ,.           80
6 ii           80
1           ,i           65
5            it           65
I            ..           65
5           ,.           65
1           ,i           50
11            ..           50
11 .,           50
12 i,           55
1            ii           50
11            ,i           50
1           .t            50
11            ,i           50
11           ,.30d. 50
1            ii           55
11 .t           55
12 i,           60
11           t,           50
1 ,, 50
11            n           50
1 .. 40
11            ,,           40
1 tt 50
11            ..           50
1           it           50
7 ,, 14 d. 50
3           ..17d. 50
1            i,           50
11            ii           50
11            ,,           50
1            n           50
11 ,,           50
12 i.           55
H T Archibald	
Vote No. 97.—Teachers' Salaries and, Inciden
Continued.
Delta District*—Concluded.
do             ..                                   ..   	
C Granger .  .   	
F N McCrimmon	
J T Pollock	
P B Dixon	
B M Carss	
do             .1             ti                    it     	
do         n                        pi  .         	
do               ,i               M                        II    	
E N Brown	
J F Harrison	
do              ,.              -i                      ri    	
do                 ii                 n                          M                                  .-
do              ii       4th division           n      	
K L McKinnon	
EMcClughan	
E Bradley	
F W Tempter	
E W Ogilvie  	
E Cowan	
do              .1                                      ii      	
do       Otter                                         h    	
do       Port Kelly                             m    	
S D Wark	
E D Plaxton	
T Forrest	
do              ..                                      ..    	
do              ,t                                      it    	
ESSnider	
AE Gray	
T A Mills	
L J Calbick	
P H Page	
do            it                                 ii        ..
do              ,i                                      it    	
do              it                                      i	
do              .,                                      .t    	
Ef Fleming	
M Bruce	
School Trustees 	
do
do              ..                                      ..    	
Grant for incidental expenses, Aldergrove          School.. ..
do                           it              tt       South         tt    ....
do
do
do
do
do
do
do                          "       Cloverdale                 n    ....
do
do
do
do              	
do
do              	
do
do              	
do              	
do
do              	
do              	
do
do
do
do                         ii      Port Kells                .,    	
do              	
do
do              	
do              	
do              	
do              	
do             	
do             	
do             	
Total for Delta District, 823,932.12
87,098 77
201,036 5" B 84
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
M M Watson . .
H T Archibald..
C L Bowman. ..
E Spencer	
W Murgatroyd .
A W Fleming..
C G Granger ...
IReith	
H Draper	
II L Armstrong.
F G Calvert ...
M J Murray ....
A B Haney	
D M Moore	
A E Irvine	
H Mclvor	
P Murray ....
A L Murgatroyd
B Smith .' .
J E Jay	
B R Allen	
0 E Murray ....
L E Frith	
M E Rear	
M S Archibald..
N R Calbick ...
E Tibbats	
J King	
GE Ross	
K J Brown	
JiM Webb	
L McCallum....
A S McRae	
School Trustees
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
F U Nicholles
R G Gordon .
N C Campbell ..
C Hardie	
A M Howell	
W B Wellwood ..
M Godson	
A A Boorman ...
F V Corder ..
MHolt	
D Hammond
School Trustees
do
do
do
do
do
Browtfht forward..
VHI.-KDUCATION.- Continued.
Vote No. 97.—Teachers' Salaries and Incidental Expeuses.-
Continued.
Teacher
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Ferndale
Hammond
Haney
n       East
Harrison Hot Springs
Harrison River
Hatzic
Hatzic Prairie
Junction
ii 2nd division
Lillooet, South
Maple Ridge
,, 2nd division
Mission
it 2nd division
Morris Valley
Dewdney District.
School     8 months (a   850
.t         3 „ 19 d. 50
..               7 ii 50
50
55
50
30 d. 50
60
Nicomen
Port Moody
Silverdale
Stave River
Webster's Corner
Whonnock
Grant for incidental expenses, Burton
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
12
1
10
12
5
12
12
12
12
10
12
12
12
1
12
1
11
10
1
11
12
12
5
11
12
50
50
50
50
50
60
50
55
60
50
60
60
. 60
50
50
50
45
40
40
55
55
50
50
40
50
School 	
Ferndale ,.    	
Hammond 11    	
Haney n    	
ii East it    	
Harrison Hot Sp'gs t,    	
Harrison River n    	
Hatzic ti    	
Hatzic Prairie n    	
Junction 	
Lillooet, South ,,    	
Maple Ridge n    	
Mission M    	
Morris Valley n    	
Nicomen , i    	
t,       North .,    	
Port Moody n    	
Silverdale n    	
Stave River     	
Webster's Corners T	
Whonnock n      	
Total for Dewdney District, 815,185.40
Esquimalt District.
Teacher, Colwood
do
do
do
do
no
do
do
do
do
do
Esquimalt
ti 2nd division
3rd
Coldstream
ii
Metchosin
Sooke
School   12 months (a; 850
. (less h dav) 12
 '....".. 12
  12
     1
   10
   12
     3
3
30 d
11 East
Grant for incidental expenses
do „
do ti
do
do it
do ii
(less 21. days)
Colwood
Esquimalt
Goldstream
Metchosin
Sooke
,,   East
School
Total for Esquimalt District, 85,S64.30
Carried forward	
7 201,0
400 00
180 65
350 00
250 00
660 00
50 00
548 40
600 00
50 00
250 00
060 00
600 00
600 00
720 00
500 00
660 00
720 00
600 00
60 00
300 00
344 50
000 00
50 00
650 00
493 55
40 00
440 00
660 00
660 00
350 00
250 00
440 00
600 00
40 00
40 00
28 30
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
SO 00
40 00
80 00
80 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 CO
40 00
600 00
898 75
720 00
600 00
50 00
548 40
600 00
150 00
150 00
295 90
600 00
40 00
451 25
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
108,148 47 201,036 57 5 Ed. 7       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
B 85
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$  cts.
H M Hartie	
do
108,148 47
150 00
100 00
13 00
250 00
270 00
75 00
150 00
180 00
50 00
100 00
50 00
100 00
646 45
180 65
50 00
346 80
780 00
353 35
65 00
520 00
56 00
529 85
50 00
341 75
50 00
50 00
100 00
80 00
40 00
55 00
529 85
550 00
50 00
50 00
720 00
250 00
150 00
148 35
55 00
275 00
330 00
50 00
550 00
60 00
660 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
550 00
600 00
596 70
600 00
116 00
600 00
320 00
50 00
548 40
50 00
248 35
300 00
201,036 57
VIII— EDUCATION.- Continued.
Vote No. 97. — Teachers' Salaries and Incidental Expenses.—
Continued.
Fernie District.
Teacher, Elko                                    School     3 months (a   850
do           ..                                             ii                     2           ,,           50
W C McClelland	
J L Pedler	
do           ,.                                             ..         5           ,,           50
M H Moody	
do           ii          ii        ,.                       i.         2            ii            75
do           ,,       3rd      tt                       ii         3           i.           60
do           it       4th      i.                       t,         1            ,,           5(1
do           it          ti        ,t                       i.         2           ,t           50
C Hall	
do     	
do            it       5th      it                       ti          1            i,           50
do                                   ii             2           „            50
do           „       (Coal Creek)               10           n 24 d. 60
do           .,              „        2nd div.    „         3           „ 19 d. 50
M D Lamont	
L T Keith	
0 C Slater	
H M Hartie	
P Terrion	
do           „                                         ,,         6           „ 29 d. 50
do       Michel                                      12           „           65
do              it                                      it         8          ii           65
do               ii                                         t.         9           ,. 18 d. 55
do              	
do
do              	
do
do              	
do              	
NC Steward	
F Miller	
Total for Fernie District, 85,726.85
Grand Forks District.
do          ii                                       ..          9          „ 18 d. 55
do       Kettle River, North             „      11           „           50
School Trustees   	
do              	
F E Gibson	
M A Clement	
RWTavlor	
C M Martin	
Total for Grand Forks District, 81,234.85
Greenicood District.
do                  ,i                                   .,         3           „           50
do              i.                                      ,t     ■     5           ,,           55
do              ..     6           ,,          55
do       Eholt                                     ii                      .1           t,           50
do          n                                       i.      Jl          ti          50
A AMcPhail	
do          ii                                       it         11          ti          60
R V Clement	
School Trustees	
do              	
do              	
do              	
do              	
L M Edwards	
do                           ti       Eholt                         it    	
Total for Greenwood District, 83,498.35
Islands District.
Teacher, Beaver Point                 School      1 month   (ri £50
do               ..                                  i,      11          .,          50
do       Gabriola, South                    u      11           i, 29 d. 60
do           ii      South                     it        2          it 29 d. 40
M Offerhaus	
E Murray	
J W Sinclair	
AW Cooke	
do      Ganges                                n     12          h          50
do      Isabella Point                     n         8          n          40
AS Bailey	
WM Bowell	
do                ti                                ,,      11          ,,30d. 50
M L Abercrombie	
do                it                                it                 4          t, 30 d. 50
do                  ti                                   it         6           ,t           50
123,237 97
201,036 57 B 86
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
A L Futcher
H Monk	
A Currie ....
A B Cooke ..
S Moore 	
A J W Dodds
M J Mouat...
School Trustees
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Brought forward.
VDX—EDUCATION.—ConMnued.
Vote No. 07.
-Teachers' Salaries and Incidental Expenses.-
Continued.
Islands District. —Concluded.
Teacher, Retreat Cove
do
do
do
do
do
do
Saanich, North
Sidney-
Vesuvius
School
5 months 8 d. 840
M D Knight	
E Beattie	
J K Anstie	
A Booth	
M A Stephens ..
M A Currie	
J K Macquarrie..
L E Stephens ....
M L Palmer	
C M Crankshaw .
M McKinnon . . .
E Y Gillis	
E Loat	
M Chapman	
E F A Cooper   ..
E Beattie	
M McArthur	
J M Cleveland . .
A M Cartwright .
G Butler	
J M Cleveland . .
J A Teag-ue	
N Sorby	
E M Carson	
L E Stephen	
L K Laidley	
F Beattie	
E Harrington... .
M McArthur	
A S Elliott	
S Preston	
School Trustees
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
North
Grant for incidental expenses,
do t.
do
do
do „
do
do tt
do it
do
do „
do
do
do
Beaver Point
Burgoyne Bay
Gabriola, South
Galiano
Ganges
Isabella Point
Mayne Island
Pender    u
Retreat Cove
Saanich, North
Sidney
Vesuvius
,i North
12
6
6
6
6
12
65
60
60
55
55
50
Total for Islands District, 87,907.78
Kainloops District.
Teacher, Campbell Creek
do
do
do it South
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do „
do      Shuswap
do ii       Falls
do
do
do
School.
Canoe Creek
Craigellachie
Dolan's Corners
Ducks
Glenemma
Grand Prairie
Monte Creek
North Thompson
Notch Hill
Salmon Arm, East,
West,
1 month (ft   850
2 i,13d. 50
, 14id. 50
50
Silver Creek
Tappen Siding-
Grant for incidental expe:
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
8
1
10
11
8
2
3
9
11
1-2
1
111
3
1
2
0
5
1
3
8
12
6
5
12
1
2
12
12
, 30 d. 50
. 30 d. 50
50
, 30 d. 50
50
50
50
50
50
50
. 12 d. 50
50
i 19 d. 50
50
. 50
. 26 d. 50
50
50
t 50
55
i 50
, 23 d. 50
55
. 17 d. 50
50
50
50
lses, Campbell Creek School
,.     South ,. .
Canoe Creek » .
Craigellachie u .
Dolan's Corners n .
Ducks n .
Glenemma n .
Grand Prairie n .
Monte Creek h .
North Thompson n
„          West i, .
Notch Hill ,i .
Salmon Arm, East n .
i,          West, i, .
Shuswap ,t
Falls „ .
Silver Creek
Tappen Siding-
Total for Kamloops District, 810,507.85
Carried forward	
123,237 97
201,036 57
210 30
660 00
360 00
360 00
330 00
330 00
600 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
20 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
28 03
50 00
120 95
423 40
50 00
548 35
598 40
400 00
148 35
150 00
450 00
650 00
600 00
50 00
500 00
169 35
50 00
3H1 65
100 00
300 00
291 95
50 00
160 00
400 00
060 00
300 00
287 10
660 00
78 35
100 00
600 00
600 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
50 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
20 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
20 00
40 00
40 00
137,084 15
201,036 57 5 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
B 87
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
8  cts.
8   cts
137,084 15
55 00
601 10
50 00
550 00
296 30
174 85
104 70
60 00
361 00
240 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
55 00
780 00
526 15
660 00
780 00
435 50
328 20
40 00
29 54
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
497 10
212 90
600 00
50 00
560 00
600 00
110 00
220 00
220 00
110 00
60 00
660 00
600 00
720 00
600 00
100 00
80 00
70 00
60 00
55 00
55 00
50 00
50 00
660 00
660 00
55 00
55 00
550 00
660 00
720 00
600 00
300 00
300 00
300 00
300 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
201,036 57
\Ill.-m)VCATlON.-Continued.
enses. —
th @   855
ii 29 d. 55
50
50
tt 12 d. 55
it   5 d. 55
ii 28 d. 55
li           60
..   i d. 60
60
•1 Simpson	
JI S Clapp	
Vote No. 07.—Teachers' Salaries and Incidental Exj
Continued.
Kaslo District.
do              ti                                      ,i      10
do              ii                                      „      11
W T Henderson	
A M Philip	
S B Campbell	
do           n                                          .1         3
do           ..                                          ..         1
do                 ii                                    ti                       6
do                ,,                                    ..         4
School Trustees .*	
do              	
D C Eldridge	
H Oldiiig 	
Total for Kaslo District
Lillooet District.
82,692.95
Jh @   855
65
,i 14 d. 55
55
65
n 22 d. 50
,i 30 d. 55
K G Walton	
do                  it            North            h      12
do       Lillooet                                  t.   12
T B Brandon   	
School Trustees	
do
do              	
do              	
do              	
B Ball	
Total for Lillooet District
Newcastle District.
Teacher, Alexandria                        School.... 1 month @ 860;   7 nis. 1
83,794.39
4 d. (a 860
hs 17 d. 60
ll           50
50
50
50
ii           55
it          55
..           55
ii           56
eo
60
ii           50
,i          60
50
..          100
80
70
60
ii           55
55
50
50
55
,.           55
it           55
55
ti           55
n           55
60
50
,,           50
ii           50
50
50
J K Ramsay	
E J Taylor	
do           ii           „                            .,      11
D J Thomas    	
do              ,i                                      it         4
do              t,                                      ii         4
do              ii                                      ii         2
do             t,                                   n        11
do               ii           2nd division       tt        12
do       Harewood                             m      12
do              tt           2nd division      ti      12
R Hilbert	
F Uren	
do              ii          3rd        „     1
do              ,i          4th       ii            it         1
do              ..          5th       ii            ,,         1
do              it          6th       it                 1
do              it          7th       ii            n         1
K Michael	
J A Teaii'ue	
do              ,,           t,                         ,t         1
do            • „           ..                          ti      10
do       Xorthficld                             n      12
do                   ,,                                 ,i           6
F C Lawrence	
D A V Butler	
C E Stuart
do              ,t                                      it         6
do
do
do
do
155,261 49
201,036 57 B 88
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
School Trustees.
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
E Wilson	
O McPherson...
N G Macdonald.
do
A F Marshall ...
NH Cheney....
L Kline	
M E Rear	
A M Howell ....
H B Smith	
WB Welwood..
LMMeDMuir .
E McNaughton.
A B Wallace....
KESharpe	
M V Beattie ....
A Smith	
T Henderson ..
HP Williams...
E Black	
S JKillins	
A J McLennan..
S B Campbell...
C Harrington ..
S Moore	
L McKinnon....
H A Northen. . .
L Leighton	
HB Milne	
E Black	
L S Wright. ...
D M M Thomson
L T Keith	
M C Frank	
J Sutherland ...
E M Lauder ....
ML Wade	
C G Elliott	
C Black	
E J Ashworth ..
J F Tupper	
J M Richards...
M A Lewis	
A H Reinhard ..
IV Hunt	
M Smith	
G W Hall	
R Braden, Jr ...
School Trustees
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Brought forward .
VIII.—EDUCATION— Continued.
Vote No. 07.
- Teachers' Salaries and Incidental Expenses. -
Continued.
Newcastle District. — Concluded.
Grant for incidental expenses, Extension.
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Teacher, Armstrong
Harewood	
Ladysmith	
Mountain	
Nanaimo Bay	
North	
it        South	
Northfield	
Oyster, North   	
Southfleld	
Total for Newcastle District, 812,5
Okanagan District.
do
do
(In
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Grant f
2nd division,
,i 3rd     ,,
Berlin
Black Mountain
Blue Springs
Coldstream
Commonage
Deep Creek
Enderby
School  12
„      1
,  11
  1
,  11
Kelowna
2nd division,
2nd division,
Lansdowne
Lumby
Mabel Lake
Mara
Okanagan
Landing
ii
Mission
Otter Lake
Peachland
Penticton
Round Prairie
Spallumcheen
Summerland
Westbank
tr incidental expel
do
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, Armstrong
Berlin
Black Mountain
Blue Springs
Commonage
Deep Creek
Enderby
Kelowna
Lansdowne
Lumby
Mabel Lake
Mara
Okanagan
School
1
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,i 60
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i. 26 d. 50
., 60
50
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50
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i, 24 d. 50
„ 55
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it 50
Carried forward.
155,261 49
201,036 57
210 00
80 00
118 00
76 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
120 00
40 00
40 00
900 00
60 00
660 00
50 00
550 00
136 65
250 00
50 00
550 00
550 00
50 00
BOO 00
600 00
614 35
100 05
600 00
65 00
715 00
300 00
300 00
596 80
660 00
50 00
250 00
216 05
50 00
550 00
55 00
605 00
50 00
548 40
100 00
308 05
191 95
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50 00
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718 00
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500 00
100 00
50 00
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390 00
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50 00
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249 50
40 00
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27 35
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40 00
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40 00
28 83
40-00
173,702 07
201,036 57 5 Ed. 7 Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
B 89
School Trustees,
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H W Brown ....
M G Duncan....
H W Brown ....
J W Thomson ..
W E Devereux .
M G Duncan	
F N McCrimmon
M McDowell....
A W Griffiths. .
School Trustees
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L E Hughes	
L T Smith	
E Lister	
H Draper 	
S Shepherd	
W J Cunningham
L J U Larsen	
B M Snider 	
A P Woollacott .
P H Page	
E Harrington  .. .
M McKinnon	
W Tomlinson....
M Elliott	
M Whitely	
A C Carss	
J McMillan   	
11 E Glover 	
R M Robson	
E W Ogilvie	
RE Glover	
\V E Bavis 	
J J McMartin ...
J H Price	
E B Park 	
J Wright 	
M Shaw	
J A Rowe	
A VanAlstine... .
W J Cunningham
S E Beech	
H Estabrook	
P 0 Sharp	
M Beattie	
E F Clark	
L A Burpee	
ED Perkins	
H K Smith	
F W Templer ...
A Graham	
G M Glover	
W J Clement....
N McGregor	
Brought forward.
VIII.-EDUCATION.—Continued.
Vote No. 97.--Teachers' Salaries and Incidental Expenses.—
Continued.
Okanagan District.—Concluded.
Grant for incidental expenses, Okanagan Landing School	
do n ii Mission     i	
do ii ii South       ti    	
do n       Otter Lake u	
do \i       Peachland n    	
do ti       Penticton u     	
do it       Round Prairie u    	
do ,,       Spallumcheen ,,      	
do ii       Sunnnerland n       	
do i,       Westbank n	
Total for Okanagan District, «13,02126
Mevelstohe District.
Teacher, Albert Canyon School     1 month  @   -^50
do       Arrowhead u         1 m 50
do .1 ti      10 mos. 29£ d.   50
do       Beaton <■         6 months 50
do ii ii         2 „ 15 d. 50
do       Camborne ..      10 ,. 28 d. 50
do       Comaplix n         1 n 50
do i. n       11 ii 50
do       Illecillewaet n       12 ■■ 50
Grant for incidental expenses, Arrowhead School	
do ii       Beaton n    	
do 11       Camborne n    	
do n       Comaplix n    	
do ii      Illecillewaet u   	
Total for Revelstoke District, $3,185.95
Richmond District.
School  12 months @  §50
Teacher
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(2 months in lieu of proper notice;
     1   month @ 860
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ii 24 d. 60
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i 30 d. 55
Carried forward    192,409 05 201,036 57
173,702 07
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
27 68
40 00
50 00
50 00
547 60
300 00
123 35
545 00
50 00
550 00
600 00
170 00
50 00
50 00
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50 00
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548 40
420 00
274 30
600 00
659 15
720 00
400 00
150 00
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280 65
264 50
539 25
600 00
105 00
60 00
660 00
50 00
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60 00
297 10
360 00
600 00
60 00
560 00
60 00
300 00
85 70
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60 00
660 00
50 00
550 00
60 00
660 00
720 00
600 00
55 00
603 20
201,036 57 B 90               Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$  cts.
School Trustees	
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192,409 05
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40 00
40 00
100 00
10 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
80 00
80 00
40 00
80 00
80 00
40 00
80 00
27 76
600 00
720 00
600 00
630 00
50 00
450 00
100 00
598 35
720 00
55 00
605 00
600 00
720 00
600 00
660 00
900 00
720 00
600 00
29 40
80 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
58 00
58 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
120 00
50 00
498 35
50 00
55 00
489 65
55 00
596 15
274 10
330 00
223 06
50 00
546 80
55 00
605 00
600 00
50 00
450 00
55 00
149 05
201,036 57
VIII— EDUCATION.-Continued.
Vote No. 97.—Teachers' Salaries and Incidental Expenses.—
Continued.
Rich mond Riding. —Concluded.
do                           tt              ti            West     it    	
Total for Richmond District, 816,101.10
Saanich District.
do       Cedar Hill                             ,,      12           „           60
do              it                                      ti      12           it           50
do       Craigflower                          u         . 6 months @ 850;   6           n           55
do       Elk Lake                               ,,         1           n           50
do              ti                                      ti            9          it           50
M M Miller	
W H Campbell	
do               it                                         '1     2           ,,           50
do      Gordon Head                      n      11          n 30 d. 50
do       Lake                                       ,,         12           ,,           60
H B Marchant   ...
do       Oak Bay                                n         1           h           55
do              ..                                         11           it           55
0 A Crandell	
do               ,.       West                        i.       12           .,           50
HO Case	
L B Mackenzie	
Grant for incidental expenses, Cadboro               School	
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do                         .1      Elk Lake                  „    	
do                          ti       Lake                           it    	
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Total for Saanich District, 810,553.75
Similkaineen District.
do                      tt                              it                      9 mos. 30 d.     50
A Lett	
A A McPhail	
V Hardie	
E S Fernie	
M L Whillans
A J Colbeck 	
do           i.                                             ti        10           ,. 26 d. 55
do       Keremeos                              ,t     (less i day)   5           n           55
do               ti                                              6           ,,           55
do       Nichel Plate                          „         4           ., Ii d. 55
A E McEwen	
S A Mills
do                   it                                     ti       10           t, 29 d. 50
E M Dalby
do               it                                         ti        11            i.           55
A Stephen	
R W Taylor	
do       Rock Creek                           n      12           ,,           50
do           ii     Mountain                     n         1           n          50
A K Cooke...
do                   it                                      it         2           ti 22 d. 55
208,112 70 5 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
B 9]
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
8   ets.
S   cts.
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209,112 70
290 95
40 00
60 00
140 00
220 00
25 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
21 90
60 00
644 50
550 00
240 00
32 00
436 00
60 00
568 00
720 00
40 00
40 00
70 00
40 00
40 00
720 00
390 00
390 00
50 00
548 40
300 00
300 00
55 00
605 00
542 00
600 00
50 00
100 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
596 80
65 00
715 00
50 00
540 00
120 00
605 00
98 40
50 00
300 00
40 00
440 00
50 0C
550 00
660 00
600 00
330 00
275 00
660 00
196 95
133 05
328 15
201,036 57
Vm.-EDVCATIOK.-Continued.
Vote No. 97.—Teachers' Salaries and Incidental Expenses.—
Continued.
Similkaineen District. — Concluded.
do
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do
1 Fougner	
.1 N Muir	
Total for Similkameen District, 86,100
Skeena District.
Teacher, Bella Coola                      School     1   month @ 860
do               ,,                                         ,,       10           „ 23 d. 60
do       Essington                                 it     4           n           60
do               i.                                         i                      16 d. 60
B A McBeth  	
T A Wilson	
M B Saunders ....
H A Northen	
do               „     7           ,,   8d. 60
do       Metlakahtla                          t     1           u          60
do              ,i                                      i,         9           ii 14 d. 60
JMH Harding	
School Trustees	
do
do       Simpson                                   n         12           n           60
do              	
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MEGrenfell	
Total for Skeena District, 83,540.50
Slocan District.
do              ii                                      it         6          it           65
G A Wilson	
D Webb               	
do              .,                  it                  it      10          „ 30 d. 50
do            it                                        it         6          ti           50
M L Field	
M Few	
do            ii                                        „      11           ,,          55
do      Three Forks                        „       10          „ 26 d. 50
do       Winlaw                                  n     12          „           50
S J Anderson  	
School Trustees	
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T A McMartin	
Total for Slocan District, $4,850.40
Yale District.
Teacher, Agassiz                            School  11 ms. 29 d. @ 850
do              „  11           ,,          65
W H Narroway	
P C Musgrove	
M H Mitchell    	
do              ii                                      i,           2           it          60
do          ..                                          .t         6          ii           50
do          it         it                                 11           it           40
L E Frith             	
do            ti       North                       „      12          ..          50
C J McDonald	
J H Price   	
CPStarret	
HT Archibald	
do       North Bend                           n         3          n 18 d. 55
do                  ,i                                  ii         2           n 13 d. 55
do       North Bend                           n         5           t, 30 d. 55
225,824 801
201,036 57 B 92             Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   ets.
$   cts.
E M McCallum	
VII]
Vote No. 97.—Teacl
Teacher, St. Elmo
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do      Savona
do       Spence's Bridge
225,824 80
120 00
215 50
600 00
50 00
550 00
600 00
50 00
550 00
40 00
50 00
40 00
40 00
20 00
20 00
40 00
25 45
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
50 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
50 00
60 00
660 00
130 65
378 35
780 00
50 00
550 00
60 00
300 00
360 00
50 00
50 00
67 85
50 00
106 00
1,537 81
156 46
70 15
1 50
25
23 84
13 07
59 90
31 45
5 00
3 70
3 70
3 05
1 20
95
45
201.036 57
. -EDU CATION.—Concluded.
ers' Salaries and. Incidental Expenses.—
Concluded.
Vale District.— Concluded.
School     3 months (ft ,840
„         5            i. 12 d. 40
N Smith	
it     12           ,,           50
ti           I            „           50
it       11            ,,            50
E R Reid   	
do       Yale
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,i           1           ,,            50
,.       11            ,,            50
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St. Elmo	
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,       Yale	
do            	
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Teacher, Creston
do
do       Duhamel
do              i,
do       Hume
do       Salmo
do       Salmo
do       Ymir
do
Total for Yale District, 810,834.30
Ymir District.
School      1 month    @ 860
it         11            i.           60
i,         2            ,i 19 d. 50
J Moore 	
M Brady	
it         7            ii 17 d   50
ii       12           ,,            65
G Butler	
   11            „           50
M L Whillans	
do          ti                                          ii         6          „          60
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Vote No
Charges on remittances to
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Paid charges on remittal
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Canadian B'k of Com'r'ce
Bank of Brit N America.
Imperial Bank of Canada
Royal Bank of Canada ..
Dominion Express Co...
Total for Ymir District, 85,505.35
IX.-TRANSPORT.
08.—Charges on Remittances.
232,908 60
433,945 17
	
	
CD Blackwood	
E T W Pearse 	
E Walters	
H Hunter	
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1,912 48 5 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
B 93
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
8  cts.
8  cts.
Hon R McBride	
Hon F J Fulton 	
Hon R GTatlow	
Hon R F Green	
Hon C Wilson 	
Hon F. L Carter-Cotton
J A Anderson	
W JGoepel	
F C Gamble	
W F Robertson	
J P Babcock 	
R M Palmer	
H Carmichael	
H A Maclean	
RFTolmie	
O C Bass	
J R Anderson	
C J Fagan, M D	
Sundry persons	
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Drought forward	
IX.—TRANSPORT.—Continued.
Vote No. OO.—Travelling Expenses of Officers on Duty.
Travelling e
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F. Mackay, Secretary to Premier	
Mohun, Assistant to Public Works Engineer	
H. Cookson, inspecting bridges, etc	
O. S. Scholefield, Provincial Librarian	
Cunningham, Inspector of Fruit Pests.	
Oibbins, Inspector of Animals	
F. Tolraie, n 	
McGregor, Inspector of Mines 	
Morgan, ,t 	
Dick, „ 	
H. Shepherd, Acting,. 	
Peck, Chief Inspector of Boilers...'.	
Baxter, Inspector of Boilers	
Sutherland, n 	
H. Goldie, ,, 	
O. Madigan, it	
J. Skinner, Timber Inspector	
R. Martin, Assist,    n	
Carney, n       n	
Murray, Forest Ranger	
Maitland-Dougall, Government Agent, Duncan	
Thomson, n Ladysmith 	
Cassidy, inspecting roads, ,t ......
L. Smith, Government Agent, Alberni 	
Baird, ,, Comox	
Bray, M Nanaimo ...  	
Bate, assisting       it n 	
Robson, ti New Westminster	
C. Fisher, „ u 	
Mahony, Assist.      ,t n 	
S. Keith, District Registrar, ., 	
J. Cambridge, Registrar Supreme & County Court, New W.
E. Griffith, Government Agent, Golden	
Bulman, Mining Recorder, it       	
F. Armstrong, Government Agent, Cranbrook	
A. Renwick,
E. Chipman, n
Kirkup, ,i
G. McMynn, it
Cunningham, Acting n
Fraser, t.
E. McLauchlin, assisting ,.
Edwards, M ■■
R. Almond, n
Bowron, 1.1
McKen, Mining Recorder
Mclnnes, n
W. Valleau, Gold Commissioner
Porter, Government Agent
A. Fraser, ,(
B. Anderson, closing Bennett Office
Young, consulting Mines and Audit Dept.,
Flewin, Government Agent
C. Tunstall,
Norris,
A. R. Lambly,
W. Burr,
P. Christie,
Dodd, Mining Recorder
Carried forward.
Nelson .
Kaslo	
Rossland.   .
Greenwood.
ti
Revelstoke.
Grand Forks..
Barkerville...
Sandon 	
Omineca ....
Telegraph Creek
Atlin	
Port Simpson..
Kamloops	
Vernon	
Fairview	
Ashcroft	
Yale ..
737 00
340 00
82 50
603 25
2,076 10
414 00
220 25
1,555 20
1,522 10
1,280 45
916 15
900 20
403 50
330 05
230 75
200 75
170 12
22 50
72 10
54 35
10 65
46 50
428 75
702 80
455 90
928 42
707 05
347 65
108 50
307 75
817 50
722 90
547 55
461 70
17 76
818 85
800 00
571 20
43 45
101 40
7 00
58 00
143 10
104 35
7 20
19 30
21 10
13 55
32 20
8 35
686 65
7 00
395 85
51 80
267 95
32 50
116 15
19 00
265 85
15 95
39 75
20 10
105 60
153 25
2 00
129 75
2 50
382 75
26 60
13 00
186 05
61 45
251 90
218 90
25 55
24 50
16 80
25,010 69  1,912 48 B 94
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
Brought forward...
IX.—TUAmVOTLT.-Concluded.
Sundry persons	
do    	
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Victoria Transfer Co .
G Winter	
Ferguson & Johnson T Co
S W Eastman	
Fashion Livery Stables
S H Thompson	
Thompson & Scoville..
T H Mackay
R Carter
H Nicholson....
A Everson	
\VT Dawley....
F J Smythe	
B W Leeson ....
A Megraw	
JL Steele	
J Felly	
A C Murray	
W H Dempster.
J Stevenson ....
FM Gillespie...
L A Agassiz ....
W H Walkey .   .
J Conway	
B E Daily .....
F E Holt	
J D Wells	
J Scott	
C Cameron	
E M Sandilands
W Simpson	
JWSmith	
J Simpson	
P J Gleazer	
J Wilson	
J T Armstrong .
J A McDonald..
J Daly	
J Walsh	
J Liddicoatt.. ..
C A Kelley ....
W R Flewin ....
W M Robson ...
HR Jorand	
E Walter	
J Page 	
WE Curtis	
M Phillipps ....
FG Richards. .
T J Armstrong .
S Mellard 	
A Carney 	
P Wright	
Vote No. 99.—Travelling Expenses of Officers on Duty.— Concluded.
Travelling expenses, G. Murray, Government Agent Nicola	
do H. Hunter,                     <.                                     Princeton   . ..
do J. Hislop, moving office from Fort Steele to Cranbrook
do J.F.Smith, .. n .. 	
do D. Donaldson, Supt. of Boys' Industrial School, Vancouver	
do C. C. Daley, relieving E. T. H. Simpkins, Registrar, Nelson  ...
do G. Mackay, Judges' Stenographer	
do G. Dunlevy, en route to Clinton Office	
do M. G. Lyall, -p n 	
do C. M. Fawcett,     n Kaslo Office	
Bus and cab hire, Hon. J. H. Turner, Agent-General, London	
Hack hire for Ministers, Victoria .  	
do ..       	
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do New Westminster	
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do Nanaimo	
XI.-REVENUE SERVICES.
Vote No. 100.—Commission, Courts of Appeal, Travelling
Expenses and Miscellaneous.
Commission on
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(Commission.)
collections, Vancouver District, 818,072	
Victoria City, Esquimalt and South
Victoria Districts, 814,952	
Camp McKinney	
McDames Creek	
Clayoquot  	
Moyie   	
Yreka  	
Beaverdell	
Kitamaat	
Chilliwhack	
Fort St. James	
Skidegate	
Barkerville	
Hedley  	
Kaslo .
Naas	
Unuk	
Lome Creek
Port Essington .
Chilliwhack
Athalmer	
Sandon	
Howser	
Ainsworth	
Poplar	
Ymir	
Creston	
Olalla	
Kaslo	
Fort Steele .
marriage licences,
Nelson	
Port Simpson	
Mayne	
Slocan    ....   	
Salt Spring Island
Galiano	
Lowe Inlet	
Elko .
Victoria	
New Westminster.
Chilliwhack ......
Kaslo	
Columbia	
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1,121 40
215 78
35 67
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126 00
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27,748 92 5 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
B 95
STHall	
F WWarren	
J A Catherwood	
A de R Taylor 	
S Williams	
C McDonaugh	
H Clarke	
H H Newell	
R Carter	
F S Spain	
H Brooke 	
H Hunter	
J A Nesbitt	
A Lucas	
HSRose	
E C Simmons	
A S Carter	
SHHoskins	
B Gardom	
R B Venner	
ASMinty	
J S Rankin	
Jumbo Mine	
LeRoi Mine, No. 2	
War Eagle   and Centre
Star Mines	
LeRoi Mine    	
B C Electric Railway Co.
Fraser River Lumber Co.
Empire Lumber Co	
Revelstoke Lumber Co..
East Kootenay L'ber Co.
North Star Lumber Co..
Robertson & Mackenzie
Co	
Big Bend Co	
Serpentine Co	
Kirkpatrick Saw Mill ...
L G Hill	
Marysville Lumber Oo..
Kettle River Lumber Co.
Yale-Columbia L'ber Co.
Brunette Saw Mill Co...
Surrey Shingle Mfg Co. .
Kamloops Lumber Co..
B C Mills T&T Co	
Abbotsford Lumber Co..
Columbia Timber and
Shingle Mill Co	
China Creek Lumber Co.
Pingston Creek L'ber Co.
Standard Lumber Co....
Crow's Nest Pass Lumber Co	
Crothers Lumber Co....
N P Lumber Co	
Arrowhead Lumber Co..
E H Heaps & Co	
King Lumber Co	
Maple Leaf Lumber Co..
Columbia River L'ber Co
Silver Cup Mines ...
Granby Cons. Smelting
and Mining Co	
Canadian Smelti'g Works
Sullivan Group Min. Co
St Eugene Con. Min. Co
L McQuarrie 	
Truro Condensed Milk Co
W M Law   	
M K Rodgers	
E L Kinman	
Bull River M & P Oo.
CPRCo	
Dominion Bridge Co.
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Xl.-REVENUE SERYICMS.-Continued.
Vote No. 100 Commission, Courts of Appeal, Travelling
Expenses and Miscellaneous.—Continued.
(Commission.)—Continued.
Commission on marriage licences,
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New Westminster..
Vancouver 	
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Penticton	
Texada	
Kelowna	
Vernon	
Lillooet	
Cranbrook	
Enderby	
Osoyoos  	
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168 60
27 00
17 85
15 75
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Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
Armstrong, Morrison £
Co	
Queen Bess Mine	
Fisher Maiden Mine ...
Slocan Co Mill	
J W Stewart & Co	
Porter Bros	
Alberni Packing Co.   ..
R G McLachlan,	
RH Batty	
A L McHugh	
D G Brown	
R R Bruce	
Payne Mine	
BC Copper Co	
Slocan Star Mine	
Last Chance Mine	
B A Cannery	
Blue & Deschamp	
Schaake Machine Works
Kwong Tai Co	
S R Connor	
W E Baking	
W McQueen	
H E A Young   	
W P Tierney & Co	
Montreal & Boston Cons
M&S Co	
J Cameron	
J Haddon	
P J Hickey	
WC EKoch	
WS Jenkins	
JWFairhall	
F D Gross	
F C Sewell	
E Ramnielmeyer	
J Hampson	
Hall M & S Co	
Breckenridge & Lund...
O Staples	
G E Hearn	
Perry Ck Hyd M Co ....
J P Meyers-Grey	
GP Paul	
Skylark Dev Co	
H Whitaker	
G P Wells	
W W Fallows	
P D Ahiers .  	
M Gintzburger	
J Williams	
J R Scott 	
T E Ehrehardt 	
E S Galloway.	
J G Steele    	
H Freeman	
White Bear Mining Co ..
THRea	
R E Hodgins	
Cross & Co	
T McGuigan 	
Laborers' Co-opert've Co
Ferguson Mine	
C A Soong	
J McCallum	
H Sheedy 	
0 Olson    ...
E Harrison..
C W McAnn
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XI.-BEVENUE SRK\lCES.-Continued.
Vote No. 100.—Commission,, Courts of Appeal, Travelling
Expenses and Miscellaneous.—Continued.
( Commission ). —Concluded.
Commission on revenue tax collections from employees @ 5 per cent.
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Total for Commission, §12,406.93
(Courts of Appeal.)
Judge, Court of Appeal, Vancouver Island, Expenses,
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.% 60.25; 30days@S10
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11,443 88
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1 65
3 76
6 75
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76 95
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12,875 18 5 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
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A D Macintyre
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W P Grant
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XL—REVENUE SERVICES— Continued.
Vote No. 100.— Commission, Courts of Appeal, Travelling
Expenses and Miscellaneous.—Continued.
( Courts of Appeal).—Concluded.
Judge, Court of
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Appeal, Rossland, Expenses.. .8 12.50 ;   6 days @ 820
(Special)       it ...    25.00;    9        ,,        20
Rossland, Grand Forks, Greenwood, Expenses... 19.95;     1 day @ 810, 2 @ 15
Greenwood, Expenses.. .8125.00; 13 days @ 810
Nelson, „        ...    30.00;   6       .,       15
Revelstoke,   8      it      10
Kamloops, ,t ...    80.25; 15       „       10
Ashcroft, it ...      8.20;    3        „       10
New Westminster,       u        ... 5       n       10
Atlin, ... 2       „       10
Total for Courts of Appeal, 81,659.15
(Travelling Expenses.)
Meals, fares, beds, &c.
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R. Carter,
S. McB. Smith,
Collector, Victoria District..
J. K. Worsfold,
W. L. Fagan,
H. Brooks, I
J. Murray,
G. A. Bessell,
C. C. Fisher,
E. F. Darcy,
H. O. Major,
W. O. Dashwood-Jones.
J. J. Johnston,
S. A. Fletcher,
G. Thomson,
W. Woollaeott,
F. C. Lang,
J. E. Griffith,
A. C. Nelson,
J. H. McMullin,
A. Joyce,
A. Lucas,
A. Mclnnes,
G. L. Spice,
J. Kirkup,
F. Fraser,
W. E. McLauchlin,
W. Scott,
G. Sumner,
W. Stephenson,
G. E. Stephenson,
F. Yolland,
J. Bowron,
W. Owen,
J. Flewin,
J. L. Steele,
J. H. Kvarno,
H. F. M. Jones,
W. L. Fernie,
E. Fisher,
H. F. Wilmot,
H. S. Rose,
B. Gardom,
H. Hunter,
J. R. Brown,
F. Soues,
C. Phair,
J. McMillan,
D. McGillivray,
A. S. Carter,
H. P. Christie,
J. W. Burr,
A. C. Minty,
W. Dodd,
G. Murray,
J. F. Murray,
Assessor, Vancouver Island.
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Assessor, New Westminster .
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Ladysmith .
Alert Bay ..
Golden
Cranbrook .
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Kaslo	
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Revelstoke .
Nakusp ...
Camborne.
Quesnel ...
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Barkerville   ..
Atlin	
Port Simpson
Kitamaat	
Ucluelet . ...
Heriot Bay...
Kamloops ....
Vernon ...
Kelowna ..
Enderby ..
Princeton .
Fairview ..
Clinton ...
Lillooet...
Clinton ...
Lillooet ..
Ashcroft .
Yale ..
Nicola
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205 00
59 95
255 00
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80 00
230 25
38 20
50 00
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46 75
109 10
232 10
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18,800 23 B 98
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
RBray	
B C Electric Railway Co.
Sundry persons	
E A Hill	
A Doyle	
W R Reid	
C E Thomas   ..
GBBatho	
T Turnbull	
C H Tarbell ...
J Carthew	
G Taylor	
T F Haggart ..
R P Waffis ....
D A McMillan .
G W R Stewart
J Muir	
J R Saunders..
P Imrie	
W Grimmer ...
C W Cundell ..
W J Harris	
G Alderson....
J B Cade	
HKearns	
J G Dewar ....
A Baker	
WSaul	
WBoyd	
W Shaw	
H Blair	
G Alderson	
NF McKay	
R Borland	
A Megraw	
W Durban 	
J Marshall	
W H Rowling ..
W H Gammon .
W S Loveland ..
J Sinclair	
E John	
J C Robertson ..
E Weddell	
I Heard	
T J Cummiskey
A Johnson 	
A E Kincaid	
D Alexander.  ..
JNorcross	
D McPherson ...
J Williams	
W F Lawson	
J C Pitts	
J Lake	
G B MeDermott
J Brethour	
J C McLaren ...
T Kirkpatrick ..
JOrr	
J lnnes	
H Moffatt	
F Tregillius	
JATait	
G Lockerby
E Miller	
M D White	
A H Lawder  ...
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XL-REVENUE SERVICES.-Continued.
Vote No. 100.—Commission, Courts of Appeal, Travelling
Expenses and Miscellaneotis. -Continued.
Travelling Expenses.—Concluded.
Hack hire for Courts of Revision	
Commutation tickets for Assessors to and from Vancouver and New Westminster
Meals, fares, beds, etc., N. A. McKinnon, exam, and reporting on lands, Quatsino]
Total for Travelling Expenses, 8 4,959.90
(Miscellaneous.)
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20,434 53 5 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
B 99
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EMCadworth	
H Irvine 	
F P Cook 	
J D Moore	
J V Purviance	
A Green	
J Wardle	
J Turner	
G A Kerr	
N A McKinnon	
E F Darcy	
G W Weeks	
COP Oats	
H FRoss	
J W Young	
J F Murray	
C Willarson	
M Stinson	
L Harries	
A L Lazenhy	
A McMorine	
W L Fagan	
C C Fisher	
S J Davison	
Okanagan Saddlery Co
C D Blackwood	
W Bews    	
J J Wood	
Dominion Government
J Baird	
RGDun&Co	
Boundary Creek Times
A de R Taylor	
FG Richards	
T Roberts	
J A McMartin	
Hinton Electric Co, Ltd
J P Burgess	
Clarke & Pearson	
C M Cookson	
J H Warner & Co	
W J Anderson	
Richard Drake	
J Colbert 	
A & W Wilson	
J Market	
The Melrose Co, Ltd...
E G Prior & Co, Ltd ...
B C Foundry & Eng Wks
Raymond & Sons	
Wm Luney	
Hickman, Tye Hdw Co
Henry Rivers	
L Hafer	
Muirhead & Mann ....
WSBeckwith	
P Peebles	
H ETownsend.	
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XL-REVENUE SEUYICES.-Concluded.
Vote No. 100.—Commission, Courts of Appeal, Travelling
Expenses and Miscellaneous.—Concluded.
(Miscellaneous.)—Concluded.
Services as Licence Commissioner  3 days @ 85; expenses. 812.50
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Services reporting on lands at Quatsino... 30 days @ 810; Packers   26 days @ 3
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assisting J. Murray, Forest Ranger, Vancouver     9       n     3
collecting Revenue tax, Vancouver 1 mo. @ 880 ; 4 d. @ 895 a mo.
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„ Princeton  6       „       2.50
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Port Hammond.
Porfe Moody	
Vancouver 	
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Vernon	
Nelson
Revelstoke .
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Leather case for Collector Darcy,
Repairing case for Assessor's books,
Minute book for Assessor,
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Copy of Vancouver City Assessment Roll.
Fourteen copies of Map of Townships for Vernon Office	
Freight on Revenue tax books	
One year's subscription to Mercantile Agency	
Advertising delinquent taxes. Boundary District	
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do revising and collecting shipping list, Victoria   	
do ,i New Westminster	
Total for Miscellaneous, 83,068.9
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS.
Works and Buildings.
Vote No. 101.—Repairs to Government Buildings throughout
the Province.
Repairs to lights, bells, etc.,
Sundry repairs,
do
do
do
do
do
Plumbing,
do
do
Paint, oil, glass, etc.,
do it
Grate bars,
Fire clay and bricks.
Labour laying fire brick,
Yale night-latches,
Repairs to lead lights,
do       heating plant,
Mouldings, glass, etc.,
Expressage on grate bars,
Sundry repairs,
Spiral stairway, etc.,
Government Buildings, Victoria.
New Westminster.
Carried forward.
20,434 53
27 50
32 50
24 20
13 00
17 00
9 46
7 60
7 50
14 40
7 00
378 00
510 00
114 00
27 00
92 28
27 00
20 00
15 00
8 65
6 90
2 50
2 00
7 15
2 50
3 50
1 50
75
1 15
25 00
7 00
50
76 00
48 00
50 00
50 00
15 00
10 00
220 86
966 47
128 90
79 00
76 65
125 00
102 17
45 38
17 75
4 00
288 66
33 94
31 50
31 85
15 00
5 25
3 00
1 25
9 60
50
120 00
125 00
2,431 73
22,094 B 100
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
Vanstone Heating   &
Plumbing Co	
R Wintemute 	
A H Mace	
J II Bailey	
J E Ross	
W R Megaw	
WE Rylands	
T E Crowell	
W Pfeiffer	
Frank E Hebden	
Kootenay River Lbr Co.
Thompson & Douglas ...
J H Ringrose  	
James Henderson	
Golden Tin Shop	
H G Parson	
C A Warren	
Columbia River Lbr Co .
W L Houston  	
W M Lawrence	
vVm Redfern	
W A McDonald	
Revelstoke Lumber Co..
C B Hume & Co	
John Samson	
George N Taylor	
A W Abrahamson.   	
Fred Mummery 	
J Mclnnes	
Charles Dulmage	
Frank Lebeau   	
Blue & Deschamps	
Leslie Hill	
AM Craig	
Masterson, Griffith & Co.
A G Fraser	
A W Edge	
F W Pretty	
Crawford & Co	
H Christie	
F C Campbell	
Trout Lake Water Supply Co	
Anglican Church	
George Fordred	
J S Kirkpatrick 	
Blue & Deschamps	
Alex Home	
Alex Home & A Dunlop.
John A Smith   	
Smith & Hunden	
Rossland Wat'r & Lig't Co
Hunter Bros	
McKay & Beverley	
H Bunting	
Geo Chappie	
Byers, Giegerich, Green
AP Morris [Co
A Goodison	
Wm Rice	
A E Howse Co, Ltd	
Wood, Vallance &Leggat
Pay List	
Canadian Pacifie Ry Co.
Chas Berry	
D J Creighton	
Vancouver Hardware Co
Wm Dodd	
F H Boone	
W Morrow	
J Garrison	
H Jones	
McDougall & Co	
Brought forward..
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS.-Continued.
Vote No. 101.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
-Repairs to Government Duildings throughout the
Province.—Continued.
Plumbing, etc.,
Shelving, etc.,
Repairing doors,
do      water pipes,
do ,.
Paint, oil, etc.,
Painting,
Lumber, sash, etc.,
Sundry repairs,
do
Mouldings,
Glass,
Repairing battery,
Sundry repairs,
do
Pipes, couplings, etc.,
Eave troughs, nails, etc.,
Lumber,
Repairs to pump,
do roof,
Sundry repairs,
do
Lumber,
Nails, etc.,
Kalsomining, etc.,
Carpenter (ZG days @ 84.50),
do        (5       n       4.50),
Labourer   ( 6       .r       3.00),
do       ( 1£     "       3.00),
do       (   §     ii       3.00),
Lumber, etc.,
do
do
do
Hardware, etc.,
do
Painting, etc.,
Repairing doors, etc.,
Hauling lumber, etc.,
do
Wall paper, etc. (paid),
Water pipes, etc.,
Rustic,
Building paper,
Sash,
Lumber, etc.,
do
Carpenters (25 days @ §4),
Repairs to roof,
Plumbing,
Installing lights, etc.,
Nails, screws, etc.,
Straps, hinges, etc.,
Repairing doors, etc.,
do       waste pipe,
Varnishing,
Glazing.
Shelving,
Repairs to furnace,
do fence,
Iron pipe, etc.,
Labour installing water system,
Freight on pipe,
Hinges, hooks, etc.,
Paint, oil, etc.,
Hardware, etc.,
Paid painting, papering, etc.,
Repairs to foundation,
do ii
do fence,
Lumber,
Hauling lumber,
Government Buildings, New Westminster
-r        	
Nanaimo	
ii       	
Vernon	
Nelson
Golden
Revelstoke .
Rossland .
Greenwood..
Grand Forks.
Kaslo     	
Kamloops ...
Nicola   	
Yale
Fairview .
Carried forward.
2,431 73
67 80
20 50
9 75
2 75
5 50
21 60
19 50
58 43
27 10
6 70
10 70
4 00
1 50
106 10
19 00
38 31
73 04
2 98
8 80
7 25
22 00
10 00
19 90
4 00
30 00
162 00
22 50
18 00
4 50
2 25
38 30
15 21
69 83
13 15
21 25
42 50
50 35
30 00
14 00
1 00
5 46
3 89
4 85
1 50
1 50
44 08
76 76
100 00
11 80
9 55
5 25
8 15
4 50
7 25
75
i  75
3 00
1 50
7 50
15 03
69 28
58 45
3 15
6 00
4 70
9 85
48 SO
70 40
2 00
8 00
12 50
3 50
4,147 48 5 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
B 101
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
%  cts.
$  cts
4,147 48
7 85
216 60
19 00
82 78
3 00
2 50
1 00
22 00
3 00
4 00
2 00
5 05
4 00
2 25
36 50
22 00
18 75
5 OS
21 00
14 00
42 00
24 00
12 50
21 58
13 50
2 50
3 75
1 85
3 00
37 30
12 25
8 00
37 40
22 09
77
34 85
303 50
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS— Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No. 101.—Repairs to Government Dtiildings throughout
the Province.—Concluded.
Edward McBeth	
J D McBride	
Excavating cellar, etc.,                                     w                         i r       	
AFGood	
Labour (1 day at $2.50),                                     n                         n       	
M H Glazer	
Hugh S Rose	
do      stoves,                                            ii                  Yreka        	
Labour building wall,                                       n                    New Denver	
0 AShuberg& Son	
D R Hattie 	
W F McCarley	
A H Beedy	
Hinges, locks, etc.,                                            n                   Telegraph Creek	
Hudson's Bay Co	
Georgetown Saw Mill Co
W F Flewin	
Steamer " Capilano "	
R S McLeod .. 	
Northern Lumber Co...
do                                                                    ii                         i,	
Hardware, etc.,                                                  n                         n       	
J B Marshall	
W S Taylor	
Vote No. 102.—Hospital for the Insane.
Hardware, tools, etc.,                                                            New Westminster Branch
do                                                                                                  „           	
do
Wire screens (per contract),                                                                      ,,           	
Lumber and shingles,                                                                                ,,           	
Cement, lime, etc.,                                                                                     u           	
Hessian,                                                                                                        ,,           	
do
Hydrants, nozzies, etc., (fire protection),                                                ,i           	
Making and fitting fire escape ladders,                                                    n
Professional services, etc., re survey of property (15 days (rt $10;
labour and team), 8197.25,                                                                        n            	
Electric light plant,                                                                                    n           	
Elevator pulleys,                                                                                         ,,           	
Wire netting,                                                                                        ,,          	
Basin cock,                                                                                                  ,i           	
Labour and material re sewerage contract,                       Vernon Branch
Engineer, 36 days @ 810 ; sundry expenses, $136.60,                           n
Installing heating plant (per contract),                                                  n           	
Barbed wire fencing, etc.,                                                                         n           	
Lumber, etc.,                                                                                               i,           	
Sundry repairs,                                                                                     ,,          	
do                                                                                                ii          	
Labour building chimney, etc.,                                                                ,,
Services surveying property,                                                                     u           	
Hauling lumber, etc.,                                                                           ,,           	
do       furniture,                                                                               ,,          	
Brick,                                                                                                    ii          	
5,220 63
Cunningham H'ware Co.
Hardman & Bryson	
948 88
82 20
48 05
248 50
566 87
114 85
129 13
12 81
116 70
76 89
347 25
375 00
9 76
3 75
2 00
3,661 60
496 60
1,275 00
183 10
88 95
44 50
29 75
10 10
7 50
11 75
6 50
4 10
J JUlley &Sons	
Brunette Saw Mill Co...
W S Collister & Co 	
T H Smith	
Michigan Brass & Iron
Schaake Machine Works.
A J Hill PLS	
Hinton Electric Co, Ltd.
The Fairbanks Co	
E G Prior & Co, Ltd ....
Robertson & Godson Co,
Ltd           	
Hugh McDonald	
E A VVilmot	
Leek & Co	
Vernon Saw Mill	
R B Bell	
J P Burnyeat	
Thomas E Crowell	
8,902 09
14,122 72 B 102           Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
9   cts.
$   cts.
TN Hibben& Co	
Weiler Bros	
Victoria Book & Sta'y Co
Frederick & Nelson Co..
Hinton Electric Co, Ltd.
14,122 72
XII.-PUBLIC YfOUKS.-Contintied.
286 20
279 00
102 49
151 15
23 70
304 06
475 25
125 00
512 00
107 25
150 75
55 58
54 25
13 25
27 30
2 50
24 50
7 25
4 60
7 80
8 50
4 50
9 25
1 50
2 00
249 73
33 50
8 00
12 00
5 50
13 50
7 75
1 60
1 80
1 00
16 65
10 00
17 25
35 00
6 50
4 00
2 65
1 60
75 00
125 00
14 75
6 10
1 50
1 50
1 00
3 50
1 45
76 00
21 76
11 00
10 30
2 25
2 55
11 25
3 80
6 80
2 75
1 25
2 65
1 25
45 35
400 50
43 00
110 00
1 30
50
3 65
4 80
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No.  103.—Furniture for Government Offices throughout the
Province.
do                                                                                         ii       	
do                                                                                         "        	
do                                                                                         	
do                                                                                         ..       	
Pope Stationery Co	
M W Waitt & Co 	
J P Burgess	
Muirhead & Mann	
Hickman Tye Hdw Co ..
C E Redfern  	
J Barnsley & Co	
Smith & Champion 	
do                                                                                         i.       	
do                                                                                         ii       	
Cleaning carpets,                                                                     n       	
do                                                                                         ii       	
L Hafer	
Geo Morison & Co	
Stephen & Hawkins	
Jos Sommer	
B C Saddlery Co	
W Carter    	
Challoner & Mitchell....
B C Mills T & T Co
Smith Bros	
F L Ballard	
CMHawley &Co.
Woodward Dept Store ..
Clarke & Stuart	
Hudson's Bay Co	
J A Flett	
Towels,                                                                                           ii       	
Paint brush, etc.,                                                                                it        	
Colin S Campbell	
Thos Mowbray	
Clarke & Stuart	
Repairing typewriter,                                                        New Westminster	
do                                                                                     ii        	
T J Trapp&Co	
HT Kirk	
Office Specialty Mfg Co .
Hinton Electric Co, Ltd.
J L Gordon	
J P McMillan	
J Nickerson	
McLachlan Bros	
W T Teetzel	
J K Ashdown Hdw Co ..
S J Roberts & Co .
Wood, Vallance & Leggat
Canada Drug & Book Co
Heater, pipes, etc.,                                                                       	
Vernon Hardware Co ...
Thos E Crowell	
C B Hume & Co	
R Howson & Co	
Shelton & Co	
T G Challoner	
W F Lingle	
Masterson, Griffith & Co.
Repairing typewriter,                                                                  11        	
4,158 86
14,122 72 5 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
B 103
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$    cts.
T M Gulley & Co 	
Rendall & Co	
Russell-Law-Caulfield Co
The Hunter-Kendrick Co
A T Garland	
Byers, Giegerich, Green
T J Trapp&Co [Co
W eiler Bros	
Wm Dodd	
M Dumond	
Thomson Stationery Co.
Shelton & Co	
Harvey, Bailey & Co .
Can Pac Ry Co	
W B Bailey & Co	
do 	
D DCullen	
R A Walker	
Muirhead & Mann	
Weiler Bros	
J W Pearson 	
Wm Pearson	
McDonold & McGillvray
A A Clark	
BE Drew & Co	
McLennan & Clarke	
J King	
Jas Thomson	
AW Heath	
Peterboro Trading Co...
C A Warren	
Jas Henderson 	
Upper Col Trans Co	
W C Bennett	
Pay list	
C A Warren	
Clarke & Stuart	
Dominion Express Co...
H G Parson	
L C Young 	
J M Brown	
A R Johnston & Co..  ..
C Wesley 	
Weiler Bros	
Victoria Book & Sta Co.
Hudson's Bay Co	
F WMarkus	
W S Taylor    	
J B Kershaw	
Thos Mitchell 	
J T Regan	
Atlin Trading Co	
N C Wheeling	
J D Durie	
J Eggert & Son    	
J F Salmon	
R B Anderson	
GFDoherty	
R G Matthews	
White Pass & Yukon R'y
DG Stewart	
Dominion Express Co...
Cranbrook Co-Op Stores
J D McBride	
W F Tate	
Thos Hair	
J B Smith & Co	
M Howarth	
F W Valleau	
WKC Manly	
G WChadsey	
F B Boone & Co	
A R Carrington	
Brouaht forward..
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS.-Vontinued.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No. 103.—Furniture for Government Offices throtighout the
Province.—Continued.
Repairing chair,
Brushes, etc.,
Cuspidors, glasses, eta,
Curtains, etc.,
Carpet and oilcloth,
Stove board,
Hardware, etc.,
Window shades,
Paid wall paper, linoleum, etc.,
Repairing stove,
do       typewriter,
Chairs, etc.,
Dusters,
Freight on furniture,
do ir
do ii
do
do
Jury seats, etc.,
Chairs,
Varnishing chairs, etc.,
Painting and setting up jury seats,
Nails, screws, etc.,
Roller desk,
Cash drawer, etc.,
Oilcloth,
Pigeon-holes, etc.,
Heater, pipes, etc.,
Labour setting up heater,
Heater, pipes, etc.,
Chair, desk, etc.,
Office cabinets,
Freight on furniture,
do
Labour moving furniture,
Angle lamp, etc.,
Repairing typewriter,
Express on       m
Pails,
Book case,
Repairing clock,
Glasses,
Drawer pulls,
Office table, etc.,
Empire Typewriter,
Freight and wharfage,
Map cabinet,
Varnishing and staining cabinet,
Heater, pipes, etc.,
Office desk,
Yale locks, etc.,
Hardware, etc.,
do
Office stool, etc.,
Repairing clocks,
do      chairs,
Labour moving furniture (paid),
do safe,
Glasses, etc.,
Freight on furniture,
Garden rake, etc.,
Express on typewriter,
Tables, chairs, etc.,
Hardware,
Repairing clock,
do
Heater, pipes, etc.,
Repairing clock,
Heater, pipes, etc. (paid),
Dusters, etc.,
Pe-covering table,
Pigeon holes, etc.,
Chair, etc,
Greenwood..
ti        	
ii        	
Kaslo     	
Yale       '..'.'.'.
Ashcroft ....
n        	
Clinton	
ii        	
ii       	
Camborne ..
Alberni   	
ii 	
Wilmer 	
ii       	
Golden  	
n        	
ii        	
Nanaimo  ...
ii       	
Port Simpson
ii       	
Atlin      ".'.'.'.
ii        	
ii        	
ii        .....
ii        	
Discovery ...
Fort Steele..
Cranbrook ..
ii       	
New Denver.
ii        	
Slocan   	
Omineca	
Grand Forks.
Chilliwhack .
Fairview ....
Nicola    	
Carried forward	
4,158 86
1 25
5 35
6 75
12 70
14 50
1 60
11 02
14 96
38 77
10 50
12 35
39 60
2 50
1 14
1 50
9 71
7 18
82
49 50
15 00
3 75
21 00
10 33
15 00
2 60
70
11 50
11 25
1 50
18 70
29 00
110 00
4 55
2 25
12 50
26 90
4 65
2 10
1 00
20 00
1 50
65
2 70
43 60
60 00
16 45
47 50
13 80
28 50
10 00
10 65
8 60
8 25
3 65
8 00
1 00
8 00
2 00
2 20
45 25
2 00
2 75
13 95
1 85
1 25
3 50
12 00
1 00
20 0C
2 50
2 00
27 75
3 35
14,122 72
5,140 94    14,122 72 B 104
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
I   cts.
$ cts.
Brought forward..
XII—PUBLIC V/OKKS.-Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No. 103.—Furniture for Government   Offices throughout the
Province.—Concluded.
F J Watson 	
A H Beedy	
RemingtonTypewriterCo
The Globe-Wernicke Co
S Alstrom	
M Parsons	
Jos Crawford	
H G Hambleton   ....
Lewis Sharpe	
E H Hyds	
C H Palmer	
Victoria Chemical Co
E H Johnston	
M Humber	
Jubilee Green House
Wm Bownass	
E G Prior & Co, Ltd .
Julius West	
M Parsons	
City of Victoria	
City of New Westminster
HTKirk	
T JTrapp & Co	
Vanstone Heating & PCo
Edward Bate	
Frank Stephens	
C A Smith	
AE Bate...	
W Furniss 	
L Norris	
McLachian Bros	
J H Ashdown Hdw Co ..
Kootenay Eng Works...
H Shotton	
J M Benzie	
E G Prior & Co, Ltd ....
G C Tunstall	
T H Leeming	
Walter Bows	
C B Hume & Co	
M J Henry	
J Maley	
G W Thomas	
Lawrence Hardware Co.
Chas W Turnross	
John Sands	
P M Shepherd	
W Jennings	
Fred Mummery	
P Burns & Co	
Masterson, Griffith & Co.
Wm Smith	
A C Hamilton	
J W Stuart	
Indian Shutar	
M J Henry	
M Burrell	
R J Winborn	
J Weismuller	
Russell-Law-Caulfield Co
Central Park Agri Ass
Empire typewriter,
Chairs, etc.,
Typewriter table,
Book case,
Repairing chair,
Fernie   ...
Barkerville
Agent-General's Office, London ...
Vote No.   104.-
-Improvement and care of Government   Grounds,
Victoria.
Gardener .
Labourer .
do      .
do      .
do
do .
Fertilizer.
12 months @ $75
.226 days
.206i
.  55
.  39
.    9i
do
Black loam	
Stocks, asters, lobelia, etc	
Lawn mowers, hose, etc 	
Hose couplings, etc 	
Hauling fertilizer	
Paid cactus dahlias	
Balance due re construction of sidewalk (Birdcage Walk).
Vote No. 103.
-Improvement and care of Government Reserves
(Various Districts).
Contribution towards draining water off
Cotton hose, etc..
Powder, fuse, etc.,
Repairs to mower
Labourer (13 days @ $2.50),
do       (6       ,i       2.50),
do       (1       „       2.50),
Repairing fence, clearing grounds, etc.,
Labour spraying trees, etc.,
Paid for paint, oil, etc.,
Garden hose,
do
Repairs to mowers,
do        pipes, etc.,
do       hose, etc.,
Galvanized wire, pliers, etc.,
Paid plants, seeds, etc.,
Machine oil,
Clover seed, etc.,
do
Plants, seeds, etc.,
do
Seed potatoes,
Mower, tools, etc.,
Fertilizer,
Labourer (4 days @ $3),
do     ( i     ,,      3),
do     (li     i,      3),
do     (5      „      3),
Salt for killing thistles,
do
Labourer (1 day @ 82.50)
Hauling fertilizer,
Repairing fence,
do
Plants, etc.,
Ornamental trees,
Sharpening mowers.
Building and repairing fence,
Wheelbarrow,
Contribution towards clearing grounds,
Govt. Reserve, New Westminster .
ii        	
Vernon	
Nelson   ..,
Kamloops .
5,140 !
Trout Lake.
Golden
Nicola
Ashcroft	
Grand Forks..
Nanaimo	
Duncan ......
Greenwood...
Central Park .
Carried forward.
35 00
19 75
13 88
15 04
4 85
900 00
452 00
413 00
110 00
78 00
19 00
41 25
25 00
95 00
53 41
159 11
28 80
19 00
8 77
492 00
500 00
9 50
2 00
1 50
32 50
15 00
2 50
52 50
3 60
5 05
13 50
7 50
4 75
3 50
2 00
20 65
5 80
50
4 70
5 80
8 70
10 00
8 60
20 40
29 00
12 00
1 50
4 50
15 00
1 20
1 70
2 50
3 00
2 50
6 50
5 75
8 00
2 00
43 00
9 00
100 00
14,122 72
5,229 46
23,233 12 5 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.            B 105
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
S  cts.
M S Rose	
Shelton & Co	
23,233 12
713 87
11,179 32
3,136 40
38,262 21
XII.-PUBLIC YtOKKS.-Continued.
282 35
123 65
87 10
25 97
158 30
19 00
4 00
9 75
3 25
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No. 106.—Court House, Vancouver.
B C Mills T & T Co	
Clarke & Mayne	
A F Barber Electric Co..
C P Shindler	
Vanstone Heating &P Co
Shelton & Co	
T E Julian	
Jas A E'elkey	
Vote No. 107.—Industrial School and Roys' Home, Vancouver.
2,005 60
1,619 50
2,026 31
2,563 95
343 55
420 00
419 20
165 39
316 00
178 00
297 25
230 65
247 65
147 82
65 49
69 51
21 70
24 25
13 00
4 50
Ross & Howard	
G L Fox 	
C Gardiner Johnson Co..
F Buscombe & Co	
Wm Ralph	
McLennan, McFeely&Co
Wood, Vallance & Leggat
Robertson & Hackett...
do             	
Evans, Coleman & Evans
Canadian Pipe Co	
Hermon & Bur well, PLS
John Robinson	
Lemon & Gonnason	
Shawnigan Lake Lbr Co.
J H Hunter   	
Vote No. 108.—Gaols throughout the Province.
71 48
39 60
70 95
23 00
12 20
52 78
15 75
17 00
11 25
4 25
1 85
101 06
42 03
8 92
9 00
10 00
7 08
7 90
44 10
183 45
186 06
106 33
5 76
14 69
20 28
74 25
81 28
81 25
2 10
194 45
25 18
23 75
4 27
2 35
75
1,500 00
80 00
Edgar F John	
E G Prior & Co	
J H Warner & Co	
J Hajrgerty & Co	
Cunningham Hardw'e Co
Royal City Planing Mills
BCMillsT&TCo, , ,
Wm Townsend	
Rubber packing, etc.,                                                                  M        	
Hardware, etc.,                                                                       New Westminster	
Andrew Haslam   	
Lumber,                                                                                    Nanaimo	
Johnston & Co, Ltd	
Thomson River Lumb Co
Kamloops Lumber Co...
E G Prior & Co, Ltd ....
Wm Hargreaves	
H Shotton	
D H Campbell 	
do                                                                                              .,       	
do                                                                                         „       	
HG Lambert*Co	
do                                                                                      ii       	
Kootenay River Lbr Co .
Kootenay Marble Co ....
W G Gillett 	
Construction of building (per contract),                              Port Essington	
Hire of tug (4 days @ §20),                                                         n       	
Robertson & Rudge	 B 106
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
8  cts.
WF Tranter.
R T Sims
J A Gillis....
T Thibeau  ..
J A Beaudois
Digby, Walde & Dawson
McPhail&Co	
WHWhimster	
J D Quail 	
Harry Oldham	
J A Maclean	
J B Kershaw	
Georgetown Saw Mill
Hudson's Bay Co .   ..
John Hyland	
Calbreath, Cook & Co
Thomas Dyer	
H E Ruffner	
O F Conley	
Northern Power & Lbr Co
J T Regan	
R G Matthews	
Thos Mitchell	
Thos Kirkland	
E G Prior & Co,  Ltd ..
B Rebagliati	
Corntois & White	
AM Jensen 	
The Trites Wood Co	
Harry Oldham	
J D Quail	
D J Johnson	
WH Crosby	
G G Burrell   	
Fleming Bros    ........
Lawrence Hardware Co.
Empire Lumber Co	
Moscrop Bros	
Pay Lists	
S A Sutherland	
W A Skinner	
A W Edge	
Geo B Batho	
Crawford & Co	
Sheldon Draney	
M'Kinnon, SutheiTd & Co
Leslie Hill	
Silver Cup Mines, Ltd...
Thos ECrowell	
Fleming Bros	
L Norris	
W Tine   	
Wm Clark	
Jno A Fraser	
John Wirth	
Barnes & Allen	
C A Dow	
Crows Nest Pass Lbr Co
G O Foss	
A Mooney	
M Dummond	
J H Collins	
Faas & Crawford	
W Leeson	
Brought forward	
XII—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No. 100.—Lock-up, Morrissey.
Purchase of house for Lock-up	
Construction of large cell (per contract)   	
Lumber   	
Carpenter 3 days @ $3.50
Nails	
Vote No. 110.—Lock-up, Fernie.
Construction of building (per contract)	
Installing furnace, n 	
Services as Inspector, re construction	
Hinges, locks, etc	
Labour on foundation  ■	
Lumber	
Vote No. 111.—Lock-ups throughout the Province.
Repairing stove etc., Atlin      	
Lumber, Skidegate	
do Telegraph Creek....
Hinges, locks, etc., m 	
do i.        	
Sundry repairs, \ i        	
Lumber, Discovery	
do ii       	
do ii       	
Padlocks, ii        	
Nails, etc., n        	
Sundry repairs, n       	
Lime, brick, sand, etc., Lytton  	
Padlocks, n        	
Sash, it        	
Construction of building (per contract), Michel   	
Rebuilding coal shed, n        	
Padlocks, etc., n        	
Labour on foundation, Fernie   	
Paint, oil, etc., n        	
Building cistern, etc., Cranbrook	
Glass, Moyie      	
Painting, Fairview	
Blue prints, Trout Lake 	
Yale locks, etc., Revelstoke	
Lumber, m        	
Installing bath, h "    	
Sundry labour, Ferguson	
Lumber, etc., n       	
Balance due on contract re construction of building, n       	
Painting (per contract), n        	
Terra cotta pipe, m       	
Shingles, n       	
Hinges, bolts, etc., n        	
Nails, locks, etc., 	
Lumber, 11       	
Lime, n       	
Labour and material, whitewashing, etc., Vernon    	
Blue prints, "        	
Repairs to lights (paid), 	
do        windows, Golden   	
do roof, Ymir     	
do ceiling, n        	
do doors, etc., Fort Steele   	
do windows, Enderby	
do ,i (paid) Wardner	
Lumber, n       	
Blacksmithing, Morrissey Junction
Painting, Ashcroft	
Lumber, nails, etc., m        	
Glass, Cumberland	
do Creston	
Hauling sand, etc., Alberni	
Carried forward  ...
400 00
115 00
14 40
10 50
1 66
8 00
213 20
93 66
21 54
75
10 00
24 30
35 50
4 00
2 00
8 30
30 10
69
3 13
1 75
1,140 00
40 00
14 50
4 60
4 85
20 15
2 50
36 00
75
4 75
8 55
10 85
183 75
213 01
156 46
35 00
14 00
17 00
47 00
41 84
36 75
5 15
114 23
18 80
76
2 50
3 00
3 50
2 50
7 50
2 00
3 49
1 50
34 90
36 69
4 40
2 60
9 00
2,800 79
38,262 21
40,462 91 5 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
B 107
Geo Brown .  	
J H Young	
Victoria Lbr & Man Co
Wm Charlie   	
A W Lane	
J HH Nelson	
W Woollacott	
Jno R Packard	
W J Brandrith	
Russell-La w-CauIfield Co
Canadian Pac R'way Co.
TMGulley &Co	
H Bunting	
Chas Burchell	
Royal City Planing Mills
Fred Buscombe & Co	
Weiler Bros	
E Nordchow	
A Oveson	
A J Robertson	
Joseph White	
Hudson's Bay Co	
P Peebles	
J D McBride	
Jas Greer 	
Jas Gill   	
McDonald, McGillivray
Geo Anderson [Co
Wm R Scaif e	
R P Bradley	
W Rockett	
Shirley & McLean	
W E Fales	
Weiler Bros	
Brunette Saw Mill Co. ..
WH Bennett	
Josiah Bull	
J S Carmichael	
Taylor Mill Co	
Donald McCaskill	
Hickman-Tye Hdw Co ..
Muirhead & Mann	
S Blanchard	
Jas R Brown	
The Trites-Wood Co	
W H Whimster	
J A Broley	
McPhail&Co	
City of Grand Forks	
H Bunting	
John Lewis	
Andrew Haslam	
Jas Gray	
Jas Henderson..	
J McHattie	
C A Warren	
W A Ward	
Royal City Planing Mills
A Baillie	
Weiler Bros	
B C Furniture Co. -..
Watson & McGregor .
A R Bittancourt	
John A Lee	
Hardman & Bryson ..
John Gatley	
Weiler Bros	
MJCurts   	
J H Hill	
Brought forward	
XII.-PUBLIC y?0nK8--Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No. 111.—Lock-ups.—Concluded.
Valve, etc.,
Locks,
Hose, couplings, etc.,
Labour (2 days @ §2.50),
Paid lumber, etc.,
Lillooet....
Comaplix ..
Chemainus.
Soda Creek.
Mission City
Vote No. 112.—Pttblic Schools throughout the Province.
Paid sundry labour and material, Abbotsford	
Double desks (paid), Alert Bay	
Repairing well, Alberni	
Digging well (per contract), Boundary Bay ...
Heater, etc., Boundary Falls...
Freight, ii
Window shades, n
Construction of building (per contract), n
Digging well (per contract), Burnaby	
Cribbing well, n       	
Water filter, m       	
Freight, Bxirnaby, West...
Labour building outhouses, Bella Coola	
do fences, m 	
Pump, Chilliwhack	
Window shades, m 	
Desks, ii           High .
Construction of building, n           East .
Heater, pipes, etc., Cranbrook	
Building sidewalk, etc. (per contract), n 	
Sundry furniture, n
Lumber, nails, etc. Clinton 	
Rods and bolts, it       	
Setting up desks, etc., Colwood	
Heater, pipes, etc., Canoe Creek	
Construction of building (per contract), Crofton	
do it ii Delta       	
Window shades, n        	
Freight, n       	
Lumber, English	
do .,       	
Hauling lumber, Elk Lake	
Labour making rails and posts, ,T        	
Fence pickets, t,        	
Labour, etc., building fences, n       	
Hinges, nails, etc., n        	
Fitting and painting door, Esquimalt 	
Plastering and kalsomining, tl        	
Heater, pipes, etc. (paid), Fairview	
do Fernie   	
Services as Inspector, re construction, ,,       	
Construction of building (per contract), m       	
Installing heating plant n t,        	
Final payment, re construction of building, Grand Forks	
Construction of building (per contract), Greenwood  	
Painting,                                    n Gabriola, South   .
Shingles, m       	
Sundry repairs, ,,       	
do Golden 	
do ti       	
Chairs, ti           	
Desk, „        	
Lumber, Haney   	
Freight, n        	
do Isabella Point	
Chairs, desk, etc., M        	
Heater, pipes, etc., I(       	
Construction of building (per contract), M       	
Teacher's chair, Junction	
Heater, pipes, etc., ,t       	
Window shades, n        	
Freight, m        	
Construction of building (per contract), Kelowna	
Clerk of the works (35 days @ $2.50), n       	
Carried forward	
2,800 79
75
1 50
28 76
5 00
31 25
77 00
25 50
27 00
33 00
23 90
29 93
38 00
595 00
129 50
20 00
15 00
1 60
12 00
18 30
15 00
35 00
23 00
1,549 80
22 00
75 00
225 00
69 20
2 50
8 26
17 00
1,517 00
1,219 25
11 90
2 55
14 80
23 45
10 00
12 50
48 00
63 80
10 70
11 50
79 40
22 20
20 25
70 00
3,553 04
890 00
4,000 00
425 00
52 00
39 00
80 00
9 30
1 75
6 90
12 00
20 34
9 75
12 65
11 50
9 00
543 00
11 50
10 15
10 00
2 60
5,900 00
87 50
21,871 66
40,462 91
43,330 90 B 108
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
Lequime Bros & Co ...
E Weddell	
Kelowna Furniture Co
A Hanmore	
Grant & Kerr	
G WHutchings	
McColl Bros & Co	
P Peebles	
W Alexander	
Robt May   	
Wm E Brett	
HH Woodward	
Corp'n of Ladysmith..
H Bell & Co   	
WH Wilson	
Weiler Bros	
E A Barrich	
The Trites-Wood Co ..
A Birnie	
S Wilkinson	
A J McKay	
A M McLean 	
J Melville	
S A Grierson	
H J Johnson	
A M J ensen	
Weiler Bros	
J Cartwright	
Andrew Haslam	
Wm Langton   	
McEachran & McDonald
D J Johnson	
Geo Forbes	
John King	
J S Richardson	
Weiler Bros	
do       	
Francis & Armstrong ...
W Appleby	
WCLyall	
Vermilion Forks Min Co.
Royal City Planing Mills
R Cunningham & Son
Weiler Bros	
R A Braden	
F Haycroft	
John Cullen	
A C Aitken 	
E A Wilmot	
P Peebles	
T E Ward	
Allan Barton	
Wm Browne	
J P Burgess	
Weiler Bros	
F W Stone	
W Peacock   ...
Edward Hunt	
F F Leebscher	
K Beaton	
R Scott 	
W Henderson	
Campbell Bros	
D E Patterson	
Cornish & Cooper ...
R Meek	
Jas Elder	
Shelton & Co	
R Borland	
L Crosina	
Bazil Eagle  	
JGatley	
F W Pearson	
Brought forward..
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS -Contimied.
Works and Buildings.—Contimied.
Vote No. 112.—Public ScJtools throughout the Province.
Continued.
Heaters, pipes, etc.,
Paid hauling and setting up desks,
Chairs, desks, etc.,
Repairing desks,
Lumber, etc.,
Desks, seats, etc.,
Hyloplate,
Labour putting up hyloplate, etc.,
Hauling lumber,
Galvanised iron, etc.,
Painting (per contract),
Sundry repairs,
Contribution towards construction of building,
Construction of building (per contract),
Heater, pipes, etc.,
Freight,
Labour setting up seats, etc.,
Window shades,
Hauling seats, etc.,
Sundry repairs,
do
do
Lumber,
Painting, etc. (per contract),
do ti
Construction of building (per contract),
Freight,
Constructing temporary school room,
Lumber, shingles, etc.,
Oil cloth, etc.,
Heater, pipes, etc.,
Repairing chimney,
Contribution towards construction of building,
Construction of building- (per contract)
Tables, blinds, etc.,
Freight,
Paint,
Lumber, nails, etc.,
do
Payment of mortgage on Lot 3, Block 24,
Construction of building (per contract),
Labour clearing lot,
Freight,
Painting, etc.,
do
do
Hauling sand, etc.,
Services inspecting buildings,
Construction of building (per contract),
do ii
Labourer (3i days (a> $3),
do       <3£       ,t      3),
Sundry repairs,
Freight,
Window shades,
Labour setting up desks,
Heater, pipes, etc.,
do
Digging well (per contract),
Construction of building (per contract),
Labourer (1 day @ S3),
Chairs, desk, etc.,
Heater, pipes, etc.,
Sundary repairs, painting, etc. (per contract),
Clearing and grading grounds, n
Alterations to steps, n
Window shades,
Lumber,
do
Labour cutting fence posts,
Construction of building (per contract),
Painting (per contract),
Kelowna .
Lillooet	
Lower Nicola....
Ladysmith	
Morrissey Mines .
Mount Sicker.
Midway
Mara
Michel   .
Mountain ,
Moyie
North Lac la Hache
New Alberni	
Okanagan, South.
Otter Lake	
Oak Bay	
Princeton	
Port Essington .
Peachland..
Prairie   	
Quamichan.
Rosedale   .
Squamish ,
Saanich, South .
Shuswap 	
Steveston 	
Silverton...
Tynehead ..
Trout Lake.
Vernon (High)...
Vancouver, East.
Vancouver, West ..
Vancouver, North .
Williams Lake.
W estminster Junction ,
Wardner	
Carried, forward.
21,S71 i
101 65
58 35
19 30
5 00
271 37
174 68
39 07
116 30
18 00
8 60
90 00
15 90
2,500 00
3,521 89
48 90
26 20
11 25
52 00
3 70
1 75
30 00
40 00
23 30
50 00
85 00
3,388 67
45 45
60 90
25 30
7 35
17 30
26 50
150 00
564 25
28 15
4 30
45
10 50
29 16
51 00
260 43
1,225 00
30 00
3 80
45 00
30 00
22 00
12 00
15 00
2,255 62
1,250 00
10 50
10 50
39 45
39 28
41 85
9 00
31 75
20 00
25 00
1,495 00
3 00
267 70
15 00
1,172
175 00
40 00
30 00
18 92
12 00
10 60
1,460 00
128 00
43,330 1
43,851 37 43,330 96 5 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
B    109
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$  cts.
Pay List	
WH Morton	
McColl Bros & Co	
J H Good & Co	
43,851 37
127 75
43 25
24 00
18 00
21 50
9 52
2 81
56 96
53 61
17 95
46 00
21 05
5 90
73 08
1,830 38
320 68
127 40
164 00
70 20
43,330 96
46,203 13
682 28
1,605 74
809 00
2,000 15
2,849 41
765 12
XIL—PUBLIC WORKS-Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote Nos. 112.—Public Schools throughout the Province.—
Concluded.
Simon Leiser & Co	
E&N Railway Co	
Andrew Haslam   	
Nails, locks, etc.,                                                                          n	
do                                                                                      u       	
Fleming Bros	
■ GWHutchings	
Weiler Bros	
J P Burgess   	
A Sheret	
J E Phillips.             	
Vote No. 112a.—Government House, Victoria.
Muirhead & Mann	
W B Bailev & Co	
Con Cariboo Hy Min Co.
John McRae 	
Dominion Gov Service ..
Vote No. 112b.—Fish Ladder, Quesnel Lake Dam.
1,269 00
194 53
74 20
58 96
1 80
7 25
Vote No. 112c—Vault, Trout Lake Office.
Vote No. 114.—Protection Dank, Lardeau River, at Trout Lake
City.
1.786 50
187 40
20 00
6 25
Canadian Tim & S Mills.
H McPherson    	
Vote No. 115.—Protection Itoad and Dyke, Comox.
2,417 11
325 00
73 70
17 90
10 10
3 60
1 00
1 00
Wm Matthewson	
Material furnished and allowance for damage to property	
J McPhee & Son .	
do            	
C J Moore & Co	
J W McKenzie
do            	
Vote No. 180.—Contingencies.
Labour and team work,                      Protection work, Okanagan River bank	
Salary as Supt. (9 days @ $4; sundry exp., S10.10)      n                       „        	
Ore sacks, etc,                                                                    n                         ti         	
Freight,                                                                                n                         n         	
Hauling tools,                                                                     n                         M         	
397 75
46 10
81 00
5 00
2 50
120 72
112 05
W C Bate	
A H Wade	
McDougall & Co	
W C Welby	
Wood, Vallance & Leggac
W B Bailey & Co	
98,305 79 B 110
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$ cts.
Can Pacific Railway Co.
Barnard & Rogers .
J P Burgess	
Hinton Electric Co	
W J Anderson	
C M Cookson	
Weiler Bros	
J Hastie	
Spencer Co, Ltd	
R B Powell	
J Piercv & Co	
The Hutcheson Co, Ltd.
B C Furniture Co	
Challoner & Mitchell...
The Melrose Co, Ltd ...
B C Electric Railway Co.
J Kingham & Co	
Victoria Water Works...
J EGrice	
Dixie H Ross	
Saunders Grocery Co ...
Hinton Electric Co, Ltd.
Smith Bros	
Victoria Transfer Co	
E G Prior & Co	
J Street 	
Saunders Grocery Co ...
Hinton Electric Co	
Hickman-Tye Hdw Co...
W Browne	
B C Land & Investm't Co
J Haggerty & Co	
Julius West	
Daily Colonist	
do Times	
Brought forward —
XII.-PUBLIC y?OKK8.-Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
No Vote.—Purchase of Lots for Normal School,  Vancouver.
One-half cost of sub-Lot 526, Vancouver	
Parliament Buildings.
Authorised by Act.—Parliament Buildings, Victoria.
Additional commission paid F. M.  Rattenbury re construction of  Parliament
Buildings, Victoria	
Government House, Victoria.
Vote No. 110.—Repairs to Buildings and Furniture.
Sundry repairs	
do 	
Fitting mantle, grates, etc .
Plumbing	
Glassware, etc	
Oilcloth, etc	
Table covers, etc	
Paid cups, saucers, etc	
Towels, etc	
Muslin	
Milk bowls, etc	
Tea trays	
Floor wax	
Vote No. 117.--Fuel,^Light and Water.
Electric Light .
Coal...	
Water rental...
Wood .
Coal oil	
do     	
Repairs to lights.
Vote No. 118.—Grounds and Fencing.
Fertilizer.	
do       	
Tools, etc	
Sharpening tools.
Bluestone	
Repairing lights .
Sprinklers, etc	
Vote No. 119.—Gardener.
Gardener  12 months @ £50
Vote No. 120.— Miscellaneous.
Rent of Fairfield Estate  12 months to 25th March, 1905
Scavenging	
do        	
Subscription  	
do 	
Carried forward.
8,305 79
5,824 20
310 90
26 45
260 55
119 60
61 55
25 80
11 75
18 40
6 01
7 50
7 10
8 00
2 00
393 97
708 50
89 85
25 00
6 50
3 30
1 10
186 26
10 00
18 87
7 70
3 00
1 00
8 15
48 50
45 00
2 25
10 20
9 00
114 96
2,500 00
1,228 22
234 97
609 00
2,927 80 5 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
B 111
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
8   cts.
3 cts.
A & W Wilson	
Win Neal	
W S Beckwith	
Hinton Electric Co, Ltd
T N Hibben & Co	
B C Messenger Co	
Pay lists	
J A Sayward    	
Shawnigan Lake Lbr Co.
B C Pottery Co	
Waterous Engine Works
E G Prior & Co, Ltd ..
Hickman Tye Hdw Co
Hamilton Powder Co .
Wm Grimm	
A McGregor   	
WH Snider   	
Truck & Dray Co	
J Grundy 	
Baker Bros	
Munroe Miller	
A S Belyea	
John Watt	
Edward Harte	
Pay lists	
Sundry persons	
AH Peatt	
Young Bros     	
Waterous Engine Works.
J A Sayward	
A T Peatt	
Shawnigan Lake Lbr Co.
E Milne	
Hickman Tye Hdw Co ..
E G Prior & Co, Ltd ....
J J Jackson 	
Hamilton Powder Co ...
BC Pottery Co	
F Jeune & Bro	
h Haf er	
D Henry	
A McGregor	
W B Charters	
R Swannick	
W Mable	
J R Robertson	
J Knox	
J Coburn	
G Bezantson	
A E Wade	
Pay Lists 	
DR Irvine	
Richard III Mining Co
Jas Dougan	
Hooper Bros	
Brought forward .
XII-PUBLIC WORKS -Continued.
Government House.—Concluded.
Vote No. 120.—Miscellaneous— Concluded.
Tableware, etc	
Cleaning chimneys	
Expressage	
Repairing driveway lights
Navy List	
Messenger service	
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.
Vote No. 121.—Saanich District.
Labour and team work	
Lumber 	
do	
Sewer pipe	
Champion road grader	
Hardware, etc	
do 	
Powder, fuse, etc	
Sharpening tools	
do 	
Storage on tools, etc	
Freight	
Broken rock	
Tiling	
Labour and team work 5 days @ $5
Labour 6       n        2
do       1       ,.        3
do       1       „        3
Vote No. 122.—Esquimalt District.
Labour and team work	
do do      	
Salary as road superintendent 8 months (ce $100; sundry expenses §227.90
Contribution towards trail, etc., Gordon river.	
Champion road grader	
Lumber	
do      	
do      	
do      	
Hardware, etc	
do 	
do 	
Powder, fuse, etc	
Sewer pipe	
Tents	
Making stamp	
Sharpening tools, etc.
do
do
do
do
Hauling lumber	
do      pipe	
do      grader 	
do 	
Gravel	
Vote No. 123.—Cowichan District.
Labour and team work	
Paid sundry expenses as Road Superintendent .
Sundry alterations and repairs	
Clearing trail (per contract)	
Lumber	
Carried forward.
114 !
9 85
19 50
4 50
1 45
1 25
40
	
151 90
3,079 70
3,026 00
307 95
11 83
34 20
275 00
16 80
10 75
14 88
9 55
5 75
12 00
2 50
5 00
6 40
25 00
12 00
3 00
3 00
2,953 24
283 50
1,027 90
100 00
275 00
53 10
39 34
5 75
4 80
26 36
4 85
24 75
51 25
88 80
25 00
5 75
8 70
7 00
6 70
4 00
2 25
13 00
1 50
1 30
3 00
3 20
4,518 15
11 90
150 00
75 00
46 33
4,801 38
2,927 80
3,781 61
8,801 65 B 112          Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
J  cts.
Shawnigan Lake Lbr Co.
4,801 38
29 40
9 18
14 60
21 16
27 55
28 80
20 90
11 75
11 68
3 50
2 50
13 50
8,801 65
XH—PUBLIC WOUKS.-Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 123.—Cowichan District.—Concluded.
no          	
do           	
P Frumento	
do                    	
R Grassie & Son	
Price Bros	
E M Skinner	
do                     	
Vote No. 124.—The Islands District.
4,995 90
2,310 10
34 00
14 60
6 95
4 25
5 85
17 00
3 60
6 00
4 25
8 25
5 72
41 67
5 00
10 00
6 00
4 00
6 00
4 00
1 25
2 00
8 00
2 00
E G Prior & Co, Ltd
do           	
do                  	
L Dickinson	
do	
do                                    	
Malcolm & Purvis	
L McNeill
do          	
Hamilton Powder Co ...
Geo Cudhie   	
do         	
J W Bennett	
W McCroskie	
do        2       ,,       2
do         i       ii       2.50
do                                       1        ii        2
A E Stanford	
do           4        ii        2
do         1        n       2
Vote No. 125.—Newcastle District.
2,510 49
5,095 40
118 25
4 05
63 50
6 50
33 83
65 72
25 00
26 00
6 00
7 50
5 00
17 50
10 00
6 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
2 50
2 00
W H Morton   .
do          	
Ladysmith Hardware Co
Albert Code
do	
Ladysmith Lumber Co..
W H Crane
do      	
David Murray    ...
D T Johnson	
do                                      	
Geo Richardson	
Sidney Peck	
Labour                                    7 days @ $2.50
do                                           4       n         2.50
do                                                    2       ir         2.50
do                                              2       i,          2.60
do        2        ,,         2.50
RO'Neil	
do       2        ii         2.60
do                          1        ii         2.50
do                                              1        ii         2.00
Vote No. 126.—Nanaimo City District.
5,498 75
1,098 11
70 54
1.16S 65
21,806 79 5 Ed. 7       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
B 113
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$  cts.
Wm McCape 	
A J affray	
Andrews & Donaldson
Victor Maki	
Pay lists	
Hamilton Powder Co...
Alberni Trading Co	
A E Waterhouse	
Waterous Engine Works.
Andrew Haslam	
Handle Bros	
Jas Thompson	
E Coleman	
T Kirkpatrick	
Andrews & Donaldson .
E A Hoskin	
Str "Joan"	
HMcCoy	
Geo Browne	
Pay lists	
Sundry persons...
Horace Smith	
GW Clinton	
Isaac Davis	
MePhee& Son	
J B Holmes	
C J Moore	
T E Bate	
Pidcock Bros & Co
Geo Howe  	
J W McKenzie....
Geo Leighton	
D Kilpatriek	
Estate H C Lucas .
A Pickles	
R McGuillan	
A Graham	
A Baikie	
T Chalmers	
H McFaran	
Albert Walker....
WFBest	
Pay lists	
John Sprott	
T J Trapp&Co	
Brackman-Ker Milling Co
K Larson	
S J Davison	
Thos Ovens	
Hugh Gunn	
Walter Magee	
J Plester 	
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 120.—Nanaimo City District.—Concluded.
Drain pipe	
Jack screws	
Sharpening tools	
do 	
Vote No. 127.—Alberni District.
Brought forward	
XIL—PUBLIC WORKS— Continued.
Labour and team work.
Powder, fuse, etc	
do 	
do 	
Champion road grader .
Lumber
Hardware, etc   ...
do 	
Drift-bolts 	
Sharpening tools	
do 	
Livery hire for superintendent.
Freight	
Labour 	
do      	
Vote No. 128.—Comox District.
. 3i days @ $2,50
17        „ 2.50
Labour and team work   	
do 	
Lumber	
do      	
do      	
Hardware, etc    	
do 	
do ..	
do 	
Powder, fuse, etc   	
do 	
Blacksmithing   	
do 	
Hauling gravel	
do 	
Five per cent, commission on amount of appropriation Denman Island roads.
Livery hire for foreman	
Gravelling road   	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Clearing road (per contract)	
Boat hire	
Sundry persons......
John Sprott	
Matsqui Municipality
Vote No. 120.—Delta District.
Labour and team work	
Salary as road superintendent.   2 months @ $100; sundry expenses $73.85
Hardware, etc	
Hay, oats, etc	
do	
Repairing harness	
Sharpening tools    	
Paid sundry fares as road foreman ,	
Labour  6 days @ $2.50
do     6       „       2.50
* paid by City of New Westminster re Westminster-Ladner road .
Vote No. 130.—Chilliwhack District.
Labour and team work      	
Salary as road superintendent 2 months @ $100; sundry expenses $129.79
Contribution towards road repairs	
Carried forward.
1,168 65    21
14 40
7 00
8 20
1 60
81 00
31 23
78 15
275 00
17 88
59 80
4 30
4 3!
4 25
6 50
6 50
4 85
8 75
42 50
5,280 00
342 01
192 66
97 18
1 25
29 30
27 65
3 60
3 20
13 70
64 75
31 50
30 25
24 75
7 50
15 00
95 00
122 00
35 80
29 00
16 00
25 00
12 00
350 99
273 85
104 70
86 75
6 60
3 63
14 00
1 95
15 00
15 00
877 47
500 00
238 25
329 79
68 12
636 16
6,468 49
6,499 00
377 47
36,351 50 B 114 Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$   cts.
Sumas Lumber Co ....
Abbotsford Lumber Co
Cunningham Hdw Co.
D J Fraser	
Thos Knight	
RG Rowat	
F Urquhart	
R F Bonson	
S J Yeoman	
R J Shortreed	
Pay lists	
Sundry persons	
John Sprott, Supt	
Geo Mouldy	
Mission Municipality	
Brunette Saw Mill Co...
Can Pacific Lumber Co .
T J Trapf) & Co	
M DesBrisay & Co	
J Barker	
E W Beckett	
J M Dale	
AT Charlton	
Brackman-Ker Mill Co..
R A Thompson	
Schaake Machine Works
Geo Inch	
E Probert	
Can Pac Railway Co	
Str "Ramona"	
Str " Pheasant"	
Str "Favourite"	
Chas H Crook	
J Miller	
Pay lists	
John Sprott, Supt	
H Burrell	
EF Darcy	
Hugh Gunn	
Wood, Vallance & Leggat
T J Trapp & Co	
J AFlett	
W Findlay	
Thos Ovens	
J W Creelman	
T H Hodge	
Anderson & Copeland...
Royal City Planing Mills
E H Heaps & Co     	
BCMillsT&TCo ....
Robertson & Hackett...
WmDuthrie	
Brackman-Ker Co	
Smith & Forrest	
Brown & Howay 	
Storey & Campbell 	
S J Davison   	
Vancouver Harness Co..
Pacific Transfer Co	
J B Hart, V S	
F Urquhart	
J S Annandale	
J W Smith	
Evans, Coleman & Evans
Brought forward. ..
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS -Concluded.
636 16
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.—Contimied.
Vote No. 130.—Chilliwhack District.—Concluded.
Lumber	
do       	
Hardware, etc	
Repairs to culvert	
Sharpening tools, etc	
Lively hire for superintendent...  .
Stable rent	
Paid sundry fares as road foreman.
Nails, etc	
do        	
260 00
30 56
22 96
14 00
11 25
6 00
3 OO
3 0C
3 30
6 95
Vote No. 131,—Dewdney District.
Labour and team work
do
Allowance for meals, etc 47 days (» $2; sundry expenses 8197
Salary as ferryman (Pitt River Ferry) 2 months @ $50
Grading and widening trunk road	
Lumber ■	
do
Hardware, etc	
do 	
do 	
Powder, fuse, etc	
do 	
do 	
Hay, oats, etc	
Building bridge (per contract)	
Repairs, etc., for gasoline engine .
Hauling lumber	
do       tools	
Freight	
do       	
do       	
do      	
Blacksmithing	
do 	
Vote No. 132.—Richmond District.
Labour and team work
Allowance for meals, etc    39 days @ $2; sundry expenses 8111.40
Salary as bridge tender, Eburne bridges 1 month @ $50; 7 months @ $60
Services as clerk to Supt. Sprott  3 days    M   3
Paid sundry fares as road foreman	
Muntz metal	
Hardware, etc    	
do 	
do 	
Blacksmithing	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Lumber	
do      	
do      	
do      	
Hay,
oats, etc	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Harness	
do      	
do      	
Stabling Government horse .
Treating sick horse	
Stable rent	
Tent and fly	
Horse hire, etc	
Wharfage	
1,141 63
161 25
291 0C
100 00
150 00
171
15 80
52 16
21 65
1 70
7 10
7 45
13 40
19 05
65 00
52 15
8 00
1 50
32 00
14 25
7 05
3 90
62 26
2 75
3,999 17
189 40
470 00
9 00
41 75
181 39
139 35
31 15
5 CO
69 25
4 95
3 00
20 00
10 84
76 06
125 36
254 28
82 24
54 45
27 75
26 61
7 50
6 45
5 50
2 00
3 50
3 00
40 00
6 00
2 00
Carried forward
i,351 50
997 18
95    39,741 53 5 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
B 115
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
9  cts.
$  cts.
Terminal SS Co.
D Galbraith	
H B McLaughlin.
Edward Smith, Sr
David Read	
Wm Spillett	
D Stuart	
Walter Magee ...
John Grant	
Pay lists 	
Sundry persons	
AC Dick	
Pine Creek Power Co ...
Robert McKee	
Geo A Kerr & Co	
J T Regan   	
Atlin Trading Co	
F H Mobley	
D G Stewart	
J B Kershaw	
Hudson's Bay Co	
John Hyland	
H ERuffner	
Jas Troxel	
Northern Lumber Co ...
P J O'Connor	
Pine Creek Power Co ...
P Gabrio	
Atlin Trading Co	
D H McDonald 	
E P Queen	
Ira Day	
M Larsen	
J Troxel	
Wm Shermer	
J W McFarlane, CE....
R B Anderson	
Dixon & Schulz	
E A Baker	
CR Bourne	
White Pass & Yukon Ry.
Pay lists	
Sundry persons	
R Cunningham & Son
Georgetown Saw Mill
II O Hansen	
R S Sargent	
B C Canning Co	
B Brynildsen	
J Clayton   	
Jas L Steele	
Hudson's Bay Co	
Skeena R Commercial Co
McLennan, McFeely Co
Naas Harbour Store ...
H Browne	
L Haptonstall   .
A McAllister	
WP Coughlan	
Brought forward	
XII.-RUBLIC WORKS.—Continued,
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 132.—Richmond District,—Concluded.
Freight        	
Hauling gravel	
Broken rock	
do       	
do       	
do	
do       	
Labour      79 days @ S2.50
do          2       ii       2.25
Vote No. 133—Atlin District.
53 60
52 25
65 45
241 40
44 20
24 65
8 5C
197 5C
4 50
Labour and team	
do 	
Services staking trail     47 miles @ $5
Contribution towards Pine Creek Bridge 	
do ii       McKee Creek Waggon Road	
Hardware, etc	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Powder, fuse, etc	
Tools, etc	
do       	
do	
Lumber	
do
do
Blacksmithing   	
do 	
do 	
Hay, oats, etc	
do 	
do 	
Clearing snow (per contract)	
Clearing trail	
Packing supplies	
Care and feed of Government horses	
Professional services   6 days @ $6; paid assistants $20
Repairs to boat (paid)	
Fares for men and livery hire	
Oars for canoe   	
Saltpetre, etc 	
Freight	
Vote No. 134.—Skeena District.
Labour and team work.
do
Lumber, etc	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Hardware, etc	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Rafting lumber, etc....
Towing       ,i ....
Freight	
Repairing sidewalk ....
Carried forward.
6,312 00
1,122 50
235 00
100 00
381 00
200 85
165 63
61 53
26 15
47 26
7 85
4 45
2 00
49 91
75 00
112 6S
26 25
29 25
35 00
171 12
98 63
87 50
50 00
20 00
20 00
52 00
56 00
12 70
51 50
5 00
1 25
9 50
6,589 00
3,001 05
2,212 30
765 29
343 49
140 75
216 06
30 89
30 45
27 76
40 50
22 60
22 00
7 85
4 25
75 50
25 00
1 10
16 50
6,983 34
62.943 27 B 116
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$  cts.
Pay lists	
Sundry persons	
R Rutherford	
W A Johnston	
A P Mclnnes	
G G Hamilton	
HPL Baylifl	
Veith & Borland	
C J Foyle	
J Deacon	
W D Ross	
John E Moore	
A H Beedy	
St Joseph's Mission ..
C R Wilson  	
Jas Shepherd	
W T Ewing	
T Marion	
F Paxton	
Est PC Dunlevy..  ..
Hudson's Bay Co	
EPLee   	
L J Crosina	
T A Blair	
Harvey, Bailey & Co.
F M Beecher 	
Cariboo Trading Co..
Storey & Campbell...
Gavin Hamilton	
Grover Hance	
J MCullins	
B C Express Co	
A Kelly	
V Cuisson	
John Bowron	
DP Arthur	
W Hodgkinson."...  .
Garnet Johnston	
Thos Smith	
E D Peebles	
B A Laselle	
Wm Bouchee	
Str "Charlotte"	
Nellie Hance	
O T Hance	
Geo Pickard        .  ...
A Isnardy	
W Pinchbeck	
Brought forward	
XII.-PUBLIC VfOKKS.-Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 135.—Cariboo District.
3\ months (w $150; sundry expenses $100
1 month 17 d. 150; „ 63
Labour and team work	
do ii 	
Salary as Road Superintendent,
do ii
Sundry repairs (per contract) .
do n
Grading, ■■
Building road, n
Repairing scow, n
Clearing timber,       ,i
Salary as ferryman, Chimney Creek quarter ending 30th Sept., 1904
Wintering Government horses.
Hay, oats, etc	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Hardware, etc	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Coal tar	
Spikes	
Powder, fuse, etc	
Harness	
Pay lists	
Sundry persons	
J S Bell	
J Cunningham 	
D McLeod	
A Thivarge	
Robt Carson	
A Tresseira	
McDonald, McGillivray
C A Phair [Co
P Santini	
W Cumming 	
Wm Boyd	
J Dunlop	
B C Cattle Co 	
J B Uren	
Geo Anderson	
Western Can Ranch'g Co
A Tresseira	
Duguid & Hurley....
.IS Place	
Lumber .
do      	
do     	
Freight   	
Livery hire for Superintendent	
Horse hire  3* days @ $1
Paid do       3J
do       17
Team hire  2
do      19
Blacksmithing	
do 	
do 	
Ferry charges	
Freight and fares   	
Meals furnished men	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do    	
Vote No. 13G.—Lillooet District.
Labour and team work	
do 	
Salary as road superintendent 6 months @ $150
do 3 months @ $150; allow, for horse hii> etc.,   120
do      ferrymen 9 months @    40
do ,i         9 .1 40
Constructing road (per contract)	
Cribbing '     ■■ 	
Hardware, etc	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Bolts	
Blacksmithing	
do 	
Lumber, etc	
do 	
do 	
Hay, oats, etc	
Carried forward.
6,143 59
1,399 04
587 50
298 00
100 00
50 00
80 00
100 00
50 00
30 00
125 00
282 05
90 86
43 44
24 00
14 77
9 90
8 24
20 00
50 55
18 25
17 40
12 00
2 60
1 50
2 00
17 42
39 00
33 04
132 60
13 53
8 75
3 00
3 50
3 50
17 00
10 00
57 00
22 50
8 25
4 25
8 00
12 00
11 00
9 00
8 00
15 47
3 75
62,943 27
10,001 15
6,061 25
824 25
900 00
570 00
360 00
360 00
240 00
125 00
114 35
37 30
10 25
6 86
3 25
2 85
1 25
29 50
7 75
68 65
46 80
13 11
29 69
9,811.10
72,944 42 5 Ed. 7       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
B 117
TO  WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
cts.
$  cts.
Bowe & Kirkpatrick
S Boyd	
S Lee	
BO'Rourke	
Wm Pearson	
J Dickey 	
Indian James	
WW Jones	
B C Express Co	
Indian Charley ...
L Britano   	
J C Brown	
W L Meason	
R Stuart 	
Pay lists	
A Stevenson	
R M Woodward.   . .   .
A Clemes	
Harvey, Bailey & Co .
McLennan, McFeely &Co
E G Prior & Co, Ltd ...
Cook & Co	
A E Howse Co, Ltd ....
John Jane    	
J H Anthony	
Blair & Co 	
Jas Wardle	
John Corbett	
F D Woodward	
F Rosenburg	
J G Thynne 	
H S Cheasley	
M Dumond	
Thompson River Lbr Co
J Herrling 	
P Wadsworth..   ..   	
Stuart & Clark	
Smith & Bryson	
Jas Smith	
John Smith	
Can Bank of Commerce
John Berry	
Thos Daniels	
Wm Voght	
August Castle	
Pay lists	
Sundry persons	
A Stevenson 	
N McPhee	
Alex Shields 	
R J McNab	
G B Young	
Sundry persons	
E G Prior & Co, Ltd	
T H Leeming	
Jos Guichon	
A R Carrington	
Lawrence Hardware Co .
R J Glasgow	
D C McLaren	
Thompson River Lbr, Co
R M Woodward	
Jas Clemes	
A E Howse Co, Ltd	
Brouqht forward...
XII. PUBLIC VfOKKS.-Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.- Continued.
Vote No. 136.—Lillooet District.—Concluded.
Hay, oats, etc	
do 	
do 	
Moving camp outfit
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Team hire, etc	
do 	
Freight	
Vote No. 137.—Tale District.
Labour and team work	
Salary as Road Superintendent..
Hardware, etc 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Powder, fuse, etc	
Tents, etc	
Repairs to bridge	
Hay, oats, etc   	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Lumber	
.3J months @ $150 ; sundry expenses, $435.64
do
Moving camp outfit	
do 	
do	
Blacksmithing	
do 	
Care and feed for Government teams	
Insurance on cash remittances	
Labour  4 days @ $2.50
do          4       i,       2.50
do          2       „       2.50
do            1        ii       2
Vote No. 138.—Kamloops District.
Labour and team work	
do „       	
Salary as Road Superintendent, 4& months @ 8150; sundry expenses $332.14
do     caretaker, South Thompson River Bridge 8 months @ $10
do ii        Main h       new   n        4 n 10
do .. .. ii  5 ii 10
Compensation for loss of time re injury   	
Hay, oats, etc 	
Hardware, etc   	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Repairing harness	
Lumber '.	
do
do
do
Carried forward.
9,811 10
28 30
11 50
2
17 00
20 00
13 50
5 00
4 00
5 50
3 50
20 00
10 50
53 05
4 10
4,950 58
960 64
97 09
57 35
40 41
23 00
21 50
8 79
2 95
2 70
13 38
34 99
17 03
12 76
38 81
42 40
12 00
27 00
15 25
22 70
30 00
35 00
4 50
21 00
27 00
48 00
6 93
10 00
10 00
5 00
2 00
72,944 42
10,009 31
6,600 75
9,554 48 B 118
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$  cts.
JDGillie	
Taylor & Co	
J B Graves	
Scott Harmon	
F A Kelly	
W Riley   	
F G Paige	
Thos Costley    	
Can Pacific Railway Co..
A Jackson	
Shotton & McClughan
Thos Hornby	
R Scott 	
W Homphray	
Pay lists	
Sundry persons.........
Walter Gardner 	
Kelowna Saw Mill	
S C Smith	
Okanagan Lumber Co...
H McDougall & Co	
Walter F Wood	
N Bessette	
Salmon Arm Lumber Co.
Johnston & Carswell    .
W A Lang	
Hudson's Bay Co	
Neil & Cryderman	
W R Megaw	
FS Reynolds	
Summerland Supply Co .
HW Harvey	
Lawson & Rowecliffe
Lequime Bros & Co.
Gamme & Gordon	
Enderby Trading Co....
W A Lang	
G R Lowes	
Vernon Hardware Co...
W Hancock	
M V Allen	
ST Elliott	
A W Birnie	
D J White  	
W H Hutchison	
Neil Thompson	
W Monteith   	
Matthews & Evans 	
R H English	
C O'Keefe	
S D McLelland	
Ed Morgan	
A Johnson	
D Sinclaire	
J Norwood	
J B Deschamps	
Can Pac Ry	
J A Nesbit't	
G W A Thompson   	
ET Smith	
Ira C Jones	
Wm Boyd	
HW Wright	
GE Little	
A Deschamps 	
Sidney F Waby	
Geo Weir	
W H Clark	
Brought forward	
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS.-Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 138.—Kamloops District.—Concluded.
Lumber	
do     	
do     	
Sharpening tools, etc	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Livery hire for Superintendent.
Freight   .
Axle grease	
Pipe for grader	
Hauling gravel	
Horse hire	
Vote No. 130.—Okanagan District.
Labour and team work	
do 	
Services reporting on roads.
Lumber   	
.14 days @ $3.50 ; sundry expenses, $47.25
do       	
do       	
do       	
do        	
do       	
do       	
do       	
do       	
Grain bags	
Transportation of party, etc	
Hardware, tools, etc	
do       	
do       	
do      	
do      	
do       	
do       	
do       	
do      	
do      	
do       	
Powder, fuse, etc	
do 	
Blacksmithing	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Hay, oats, etc 	
do 	
do 	
Hauling grader	
do       rock.	
Moving camp outfit	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Freight	
do           	
Repairing gum boots	
Livery hire	
do        	
do 	
Team hire .  	
do       	
do       	
do       	
do       	
Paid sundry fares as road foreman .
Carried forward.
i,837 i
4 44
2 50
2 57
49 95
28 75
10 00
3 00
27 00
23 85
1 00
1 10
5 0C
1 00
1 00
3,028
315 80
96 25
289 02
19 27
17 60
18 04
10 55
9 60
10 20
5 76
3
5 25
12 60
60 20
22 50
23 72
17 90
14 20
12 47
10 75
4
2 46
2 00
8 75
93 00
47 45
45 50
31 25
17 10
13 00
8 25
2 50
2 00
12 00
24 00
7 50
15 00
25 00
5 00
1 00
1 00
7 25
15 65
5 26
2 50
1 50
7 50
11 00
6 75
12 00
2 25
2 00
15 55
8,998 24
7,461 46
106,014 18 5 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
B 119
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$    cts.
Pay lists	
Sundry persons	
W C Bate	
R Travis	
Cosens Bros	
J A Shubert	
Geo H Sproule	
AH Wade	
J T Armstrong	
J Stewart	
Chas E Thomas	
AE Howse Co, Ltd...
Keremeos Supply Co..
T Anderson	
Wm Meadows   	
New Fairview Corp...
H McDougall & Co....
E Bullock-Webster	
J Lindsay	
Geo Kirby	
Thos Ellis	
J McLennan	
D N McDougall & Co..
A Dalrymple	
WE Welby	
A T Basseit	
WHConkling	
J Graham	
C Summers	
A D Ross	
WTReveley	
Daly Reduction Works
RE Oliver	
P Bromley   	
E O Delong    	
Frank Forten	
W Dalrymple	
D McDonald	
Pay lists	
Sundry persons	
Russell,Law, CaulfieldCo
Ilain & Co	
Chas L Thomet	
Jas Lindsay	
Smith & McEwan	
Hunter-Kendrick Co....
Eholt Trading Co	
A McPherson	
Yale-Columbia Lbr Co..
Broomfield & Garrison ..
D O McKay	
J H Bush	
Cameron & Huff	
A Halberg	
J Wilmshurst	
Geo Findlay	
Pay lists 	
Sundry persons	
E Spriggett 	
The Hunter-Kendrick Co
WKC Manly	
R G Ritchie	
CL McAllister	
J M Simpson	
Brought forward..
XII—PUBLIC WORKS— Contimied.
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 140.—Similkameen District.
Labour and team work	
do ii 	
Salary as Road Superintendent.
Grading (per contract)	
Hardware, etc	
do 	
do
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Lumber	
do
do
do
do
do
do
Hauling
78^ days @ $4; sundry expenses $122.7
etc .
lumber
do
do
do
Hauling gate, etc..
Moving camp outfit
do
do
Team hire	
Powder	
do       	
Blacksmithing ...
do
do
do
do
Vote No. 141.—Greenwood District.
Labour and team work
do
Hardware, etc	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Powder, fuse, etc	
do 	
do 	
Lumber	
do       	
Hauling lumber	
do       tools	
Blacksmithing  	
do 	
Harness	
Services inspecting road
Paid horse hire	
Vote No. 142.—Grand Forks District.
Labour and team work       	
do 	
Salary of Road Superintendent 21 days @ $3.50
Hardware, etc	
do 	
do 	
Road scrapers	
Blacksmithing   .,,.,,..,	
Carried forward
4,281 39
178 56
73 50
156 47
63 59
1 65
20 00
31 50
4,776 66
5,269 73
2,273 60
436 75
110 00
129 22
106 07
48 15
53 55
30 80
15 25
11 05
8 45
6 00
2 00
1 75
123 04
48 60
24 98
16 00
9 25
7 00
1 50
24 00
16 25
6 00
2 50
3 00
2 50
4 00
8 20
9 50
25 00
26 50
13 90
0 75
7 00
4 00
2 25
8,894 99
2,142 14
155 39
17 35
14 51
19 65
1 75
8 50
5 55
5 25
1 00
58 38
5 00
2 25
2 60
37 95
2 25
3 50
9 50
2,492 42
117,401 59 B 120
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$   cts.
Pierce & Thompson	
M R Feeney	
Yale-Columbia Lbr Co .
Simpson & McConnell..
Pay lists	
Sundry persons	
do
Thos Downs	
J A Magee	
Crawford & Co	
M Hyatt	
Wallace & Menhennick.
C Menhennick	
Frank E Fulmer	
Empire Lumber Co	
C J Wilkes	
Crawford & Co	
S McMahon.	
C M Fraser	
M Hyatt	
Revelstoke Navigat'n Co
Chas Beck	
Can Pacific Railway Co..
Lindsay, Ware & Co	
CT Diamond	
Beatrice Mines, Ltd	
Sidney Daney	
E J Branford& Co	
C B Paget	
C W Turnross	
Pay lists	
J D Moore	
W C E Koch	
C A McLeod	
R J McPhee	
Jno W Powers	
J W Moffatt	
John Tingling	
P Augrignon	
T H Hoben	
TH Wilson	
Sandon Hardware Co ..
T D Woodcock & Co ...
JasT Kelly	
D Brandon	
Pay lists	
Sundry persons	
D A Cameron	
John Kirkup	
Frank Fletcher	
Schaake Machine Works,
Great Northern Ry Co ..
Brunette Saw Mill Co...
E Mallandaine	
Kootenay River Lbr Co .
Porto Rico Lumber Co.
Thos Flynn	
Faas & Crawford	
Benson & Ross	
Brought forward	
XII.-RUBLIC VfOKKS.-Contimied.
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.—Gontinued.
Vote No. 142.—Grand Forks District.—Concluded.
Blacksmithing  	
do 	
Lumber	
Repairing plow     ...
Vote No. 143.—Revelstoke District.
Labour and team work	
do 	
Hardware, etc	
Salary as Road Superintendent 81 days @ $4 ; sundry expenses, $214.7;
Contribution towards Fish River Bridge	
Building sundry roads (per contract)	
do        bridge n 	
Clearing and grading u	
Constructing trail h 	
Clearing slides n 	
Compensation for loss of pile driver (destroyed by fire)	
Sharpening tools, etc	
do 	
do 	
Horse hire, etc	
do 	
Fares of men 	
Sundry repairs	
Freight ,
Powder, fuse, etc....
do
do
Moving camp outfit.
do
do
do
Vote No. HI.—Slocan District.
Labour and team work	
Salary as Road Superintendent, -..
Contribution towards sundry roads
do Carpenter Creek Trail
do Ottawa Mine Road	
do Queen Bess Road	
do Pioneer Mine Road .
do Robertson Creek Road
Replacing bridge (per contract)	
Hardware, etc	
Powder, fuse, etc	
do 	
do 	
Sundry repairs    	
do 	
. 103 days (
sundry expenses 8216.40
Vote No. 145.—Ymir District.
Labour and team work	
do .. 	
Salary as Road Superintendent	
Paid sundry fares inspecting roads
Services as surveyor 5 days
Bridge castings, etc	
Freight
22 days @ $4; sundry expenses $227.90
615; sundry expenses §43.50
Lumber	
do       	
do       	
do       	
do       	
Hardware, etc,
do
Carried forward.
4,776 66
18 00
15 00
157 80
2 50
6,673 15
559 50
510 45
538 75
300 00
237 00
100 00
75 00
75 00
24 00
100 00
41 00
38 50
2 75
12 50
41 00
44 00
15 00
1 40
4 85
26 25
42 6C
24 0C
6 5C
5 16
3 00
!,193 75
628 40
450 00
400 00
500 00
300 00
250 00
100 00
90 00
29 55
24 00
16 15
10 95
14 50
30 00
7,567 38  136,940 21 5 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
B 121
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
}  cts.
McLachlan Bros	
J H Ashdown Hdw Co..
Fred Adie 	
U S T Ross	
Paul Bennett	
Ben Shaw	
G M Miller	
C Wools	
West Transfer Co	
Jos Leahy	
McKay & Beverley	
D A Munro	
J PBell	
Snyder & Steeper	
Rossland-Trail Livery
Paulson Bros [Stable
J F Lindburg	
Alex Odie    	
Dominion Express Co...
M Ludwig	
Pay lists	
Sundry persons	
II Mcpherson	
J D Moore	
C G Jobanson	
E Rammelmeyer	
John Healy 	
Masterson, Griffith & Co.
A G Fraser	
Byers, Giegerich, Green
Co	
McKinnon & Sutherland
H Giegerich	
E L Masterson 	
Vancouver City Iron Wks
Vancouver Hdw Co..
Geo B Batho	
Jas Hunt	
David Cowan	
G N Taylor	
P McGregor   	
Angus Campbell ....
Sidney Daney	
J McGarvey	
Frank Lebeau	
Leslie Hill	
Alex Crawford	
Can Pac Ry .
Crawford & Co	
F T Abey	
Revelstoke Lbr Co...
B C Telephone Co ...
P Burns & Co   	
Pay lists	
Sundry persons	
Jos Lake	
G W Taylor	
HR Moody	
Chas A Warren ....
H G Parson	
Peterboro Trading Co
Jos Lake & Co	
GW Taylor	
C Cartwright........
Hardware, etc   	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Moving camp outfit.
do
do
Hauling lumber	
do 	
Sharpening tools ...
do
Hire of pack horses,
do
do
do
do
Express charges ....
do 	
Sheepskin	
Brought forward	
XII.-HJBLIC -WOKKS.-Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 143.—Ymir District.—Concluded.
Vote No. 146.—Kaslo District.
Labour and team work	
do 	
Salary as road superintendent  3 months (
do n . ■   84 days
Contribution towards Granite Creek road	
do Silver Glance trail	
Sundry repairs (per contract)	
Hardware, etc       	
do 	
) $100 ; sundry expenses $21.50
4; „ 75.10
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do
do 	
do 	
Sharpening tools, etc	
do 	
do 	
Moving camp outfit	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Lumber    	
do     	
Freight  	
do     	
Horse hire, etc	
do 	
Hire of pile driving outfit.
Telephone service	
Grease 	
Vote No. 147.—Columbia District.
Labour and team work	
do 	
Salary as caretaker, swing bridge, Athelmar  .6 months
Building sidewalk (per contract)	
Gravel	
Hardware, etc	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Lumber	
do       	
Carried forward	
17 25
16 45
14 20
8 64
6 50
6 00
40 00
3 00
3 00
7 00
3 95
1 90
10 00
24 50
28 50
12 27
oO 50
1 00
1 25
1 60
5,542 10
459 15
321 50
411 10
100 00
50 00
75 00
125 51
119 83
73 45
43 45
58 15
32 85
65 00
64 75
10 76
11 75
14 00
3 60
4 10
16 00
14 50
59 00
18 00
94 20
38 55
80 74
49 50
10 60
21 OO
6 71
3 00
4,301 04
814 97
150 00
70 00
42 12
25 60
39 70
20 55
17 84
14 6«
17 28
7,834 79
7,996 74
5,513 76 152,771 74 B 122
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$  cts.
J L McKay	
Columbia River Lbr Co
J C Pitts	
H L Amme	
Can Pacific Railway Co.
Upper Col Transfer Co.
A C Hamilton	
Pay lists	
Sundry persons.  	
do 	
Don Mackay	
do 	
Waterous Engine Works.
Robt McNeill	
Carlin & Durick	
J D McBride	
MeCallum&Co	
N C McKinstry	
Moyie Lumber Co 	
E Kootenay Lumber Co.
Otis Staples	
Cranbrook Sash & D Co.
N Hanson    .
G Cartwright	
J Cronin	
Crothers Lumber Co..
Don Mackay	
Dezall Bros	
Geo Kennedy	
BP Cooke	
Can Pacific Railway Oo
FFEddy	
Geo Phil'lips	
Harry Barr	
F R Morris    ....
PMcConnell	
Pay lists	
Sundry persons....
Don Mackay	
J D Moore	
J W Stewart 	
J D Quail 	
J D McBride	
Fred Roo	
Foss & McDonald ..
N E Siddons	
Sheppard & Elliott
The Trites-Wood Co
McCallum & Co....
R Hertz	
Wm Handley	
Geo Cody	
Wm Hazzard	
Thos H Youatt ....
WC Bullock	
WmDick	
John Mott	
A W Rogers	
Brails Bros	
SFChilds	
J Illingsworth	
JAGillis	
A V Carlson 	
G Miller	
Brought forward	
XII—PUBLIC WORKS— Contimied.
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote 147.—Columbia District.—Concluded.
Lumber	
do       	
Blacksmithing ....
do
Freight	
do      	
Hauling gravel, etc
Vote No. 148.—Cranbrook District.
Labour and team wTork.	
do 	
Team hire and drivers 	
Salary as road superintendent 88 days @ $3; sundry expenses $358,
Rebuilding Sheep Creek bridge (per contract)	
Champion road grader	
Salary as fire warden ....    19 days @ $3 ; sundry expenses $35.75
Hardware, etc	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Lumber	
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Paid blacksmithing, etc.
Blacksmithing	
do 	
Bridge material	
Freight	
Moving camp outfit	
Hauling grader	
do       lumber	
Horse hire	
do 	
Vote No. 140.—Fernie District.
Labour and team work	
do ii 	
Salary as Road Superintendent 65 days @ $3; sundry expenses $213.(
Paid sundry expenses as Road Foreman 	
Hardware, etc	
do 	
do	
do	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Team hire, etc	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Lumber   	
do      	
do      	
do     	
Carried forward
35 30
279 24
38 65
5 75
35 20
28 85
61 50
2,174 05
523 35
472 35
622 64
175 00
323 82
92 75
42 11
39 07
15 00
8 00
161 64
59 76
16 00
10 20
7 35
1 50
3 75
21 14
69 15
11 80
12 25
62 30
44 00
11 00
12 00
6 00
1 50
12 50
3,367 27
339 75
408 65
41 20
169 50
59 35
17
6 90
12 00
11 00
3 00
13 00
1 80
5 95
28 00
39 00
33 20
36 00
37 50
89 25
10 00
7 20
3 00
6 00
6 40
6 58
7 20
6 61
152,771 74
4,772 11 163,771 97 5 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
B 123
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$ cts.
Brought forward  	
PUBLIC WORKS.- Continued.
4,772 11
26 00
3 22
5 25
3 00
3 60
1 50
2 85
9 65
1 60
3 80
24 60
27 70
30 00
85 00
4,162 73
448 98
43 01
13 70
13 30
5 61
5 25
5 00
4 20
4 10
3 95
2 70
5 75
1 45
77 19
44 09
22 75
20 62
15 32
11 04
75 30
7 50
3 50
2 25
1 00
163,771 97
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 149.—Fernie District.—Concluded.
Fernie Cartage Co	
do                    ,	
do                  	
W E Worden   .
do                  	
J H MoMullin       	
T W Bell
Elk Lbr & Mfg Co	
T M Holbrook     	
do	
do                          	
R S Phillips   	
Vote No. 150. — Vancouver Island Main Trunk Road.
4,999 78
do                                      	
Hickman, Tye Hdw Co..
do           	
E G Prior & Co, Ltd	
do                           	
do            	
G T Corfield	
do             ,.              *  	
do            	
do            	
W H Morton            	
do         r	
Pitt & Peterson	
do           	
George B Leighton	
do               	
Hooper Bros	
Geo H Bird	
do                          	
Vic Lbr & Mfg Co	
do      	
F Lloyd	
Geo W Clinton	
do      	
do                                               ...
do       	
J W McCann	
Vote No. 151.—Copper Mountain Waggon Road.
5,000 29
775 45
89 70
72 95
44 90
6 00
3 50
1 50
4 50
1 50
W C Bate	
J Reith	
do                         	
do                           	
do                           	
G A Goldsbrough	
do                          	
Vote No. lS2. — Deivdney Main Trunk Road.
1,000 00
574 45
701 60
104 50
501 38
52 00
20 24
18 68
6 40
2 70
2 50
Salary as road superintendent  6 months @ $100; sundry expenses $101.60
do                    n                                   1         ii        100;                „                4.50
do                ferryman 10         u          50;                n                1.38
Royal City Mills	
1,984 45
176,756 49 B 124
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$  cts.
Pay lists	
Empire Lumber Co. Ltd,
B E Drew* Co	
Thos Downs	
Pay lists	
A J Swart	
Fred Watkinson	
J Watkinson	
J C Lual	
A G Rebagliati	
Brunette Saw Mill Co
Can Pac Ry Co	
Pay lists	
Byers,  Giegerich, Green
Archer & Hodder [Co
Pay lists	
Sundry persons...
J Cunningham ...
R Rutherford ....
W A Johnston....
J H St Laurent...
Sundry persons...
do
do
BH McNeill	
Clarke & Mclntyre
A M Bushnell....
w Saul	
J Cunningham ...
W J Kelly	
A Pulford	
W B Bailey & Co .
DD Cullen	
H P Lewis 	
J D Peebles	
AH Beedy	
JT Fleming	
W J Anders	
J P Burgess	
M Botterill	
H T Windt	
M Dumond	
J McMillan	
A Le Bourdais.. .
Waterous Engine Works
EG Prior & Co, Ltd..
W B Bailey & Co	
WM Webster	
Pay lists..
WCBate.
Brought forward..
XII—PUBLIC WORKS— Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 153.—Fish Creek Waggon Road.
Labour and team work	
Construction of road (3j£ miles) per contract    ...   	
Powder, fuse, etc	
Paid sundry expenses, as Road Superintendent	
Vote No. 154.—Lillooet-Lytton Main Trunk Road.
Labour and team work	
do  5Jdajs@$5
do  3       i, 5
Labour  2       ., 2.50
Hay	
Oats	
Lumber	
Freight   	
Vote No. 155.—Woodberry Creek Waggon Road.
Labour and team work	
Powder, fuse, etc	
Hardware, etc	
Vote No. 156.—Cariboo Main Trunk Road.
Labour and team work	
do 	
Salary as Road Sup't, 3$ mos. @ $150; allowance for horse hire, feed, etc., $150
do 1 m. 13 d. @ $150; u ii 58.50
do lm.  2    ii     150; u „ 43
Services repairing Quesnel River Bridge	
Hay, oats, etc	
Hardware, tools, etc   	
Blacksmithing, etc	
Team of work horses	
Cart horse	
Mile posts	
Wintering and feeding Government horses	
do ii 	
Harness and repairs	
do 	
Freight	
do     	
do     	
Meals to men and horse feed	
do ii 	
do 	
do 	
Painting and lettering mile posts	
Hauling gravel	
Dynamite, etc	
Brass stencil	
Paid sundry expenses inspecting bridge piles, Cache Creek	
Stamps for'Superintendent	
Vote No. 157.—Road Machinery.
Champion road graders, waggons, rollers, etc	
Bain waggons, hobs, etc	
Freight on graders, etc	
Team of work horses (for use with road machinery)	
Vote No. 157a.—Road, West Fork Kettle River to Carmin.
830 50
1,000 00
44 40
63 95
1,792 60
27 50
15 00
5 00
14 26
43 66
89 28
45 00
1,273 75
■ 168 86
57 39
13,918 92
923 36
712 60
273 50
203 00
100 00
1,358 15
472 28
375 97
375 00
175 00
172 50
207 50
117 25
111 00
16 86
204 25
140 00
5 00
66 75
26 50
29 50
3 00
51 80
14 50
6 40
3 25
7 50
5 00
Labour and team work	
Salary as Road Superintendent 72 days (
Carried forward.
$4; sundry expenses i
3,325 50
322 00
226 60
337 50
417 25
374 80
792 05
176,756 49
1,938 85
2,032 29
20,076 23
1,211 60
211,515 46 5 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
B 125
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
W A Keith & Co
G O Guise	
DOMcKav	
AWaddell	
A J Wheatley ..
Pay lists	
Sundry persons	
J ohn Sprott	
R F Bonson 	
D Galbraith	
Vancouver Carriage Wks
Wood, Vallance & Leggat
Thos Dunn Hardware Co
F J Wood	
T JTrappfc Co	
Pay lists	
Kamloops Lumber Co
Albion Iron Works ..
W G Wellwood	
Vernon Hardware Co
H WHarvev	
R P Bradley	
Enderby Trading Co .
WH Hutchison	
Fred H Barnes 	
Matthews & Evans...
GCody	
RTSims   .
F J O'Reilly, PLS
Pay lists	
B Stumbles	
Thos Gifford, Jr	
Geo Hargreaves	
C Eagles	
Edwin Oddy	
WMcMurphy	
B C Electric Railway Co.
City of New Westminster
Great Northern Railway.
Cunningham Hardw'e Co
T J Trapp&Co .....
West End Grocery Co...
Royal City Mills	
B C Anchor Fence Go...
Darling Bros	
E A Dalziel	
Wood, Vallance & Leggat
Geo Turnhull	
General R'way Signal Co
Schaake Machine Works
J W Creighton	
Hinton Electric Co, Ltd
Vanstone Heat'g & P Co
Brought forward.
PUBLIC VfORKS.-Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves-—Continued.
Vote No. 157a.—Road,  West Fork Kettle River to Carnlin.
Concluded.
Hardware, etc	
Powder, fuse, etc...
Moving camp outfit
Labour with team..
do
Vote No. 158,—Pemberton Meadows Trail.
Labour and team work	
do 	
Salary as road superintendent  2 months @ $100 ; sundry expenses, $82.45
Hire of pack horses   	
Dynamite, fuse, etc	
Drift bolts, etc'	
Hardware, etc 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Vote No. 150.—Bridge at Enderby.
Labour and team work	
Lumber	
Wrought iron, castings, etc	
Carpenter 34J days @ $3.50
Hardware, etc	
do 	
do 	
Manila rope    	
Blacksmithing, etc 	
Freight	
Oats         	
Vote No. 160.—Dridge at Morrissey.
Labour and material furnished re contract	
Services as inspector 94 days @ $ 4
do surveyor 3| days @ $10 ; sundry expenses   10.55
Vote No. 161.—Fraser River Bridge, New Westminstor.
Sundry labour	
Salary as Towerman  5 months 14 days (
do ii      	
Collector 	
do
do
do
do
Bridgeman
Installing electric powTer, light and power furnished, etc..
Fire protection  	
Sundry labour, re approaches	
Hardware, tools, etc	
do ii 	
Coal oil, matches, etc	
Purchase price of building (for Collector)	
Wire fencing (complete)	
Fire hose, couplings, etc	
Sign posts   ....   	
Coloured side lights	
Pigeon holes, cupboards, etc	
Torpedoes 	
Castings, tools, etc	
Coal
1.33; 4 months @ $100
....9 ,,25 d. 83.33
..   . 9 „ 75.00
....9 „ lSi,,60
7d.   2
,,   1 d. 65
9§ months @ $20
14 05
15 85
16 25
18 00
2,061 80
346 87
282 45
100 00
109 50
39 15
43 50
16 50
6 20
5 20
2,334 00
2,405 72
478 65
120 75
59 35
30 98
11 00
19 80
54 85
18 47
1 00
5,723 00
376 00
45 55
Wiring and installing circuit breaker .
Rubberoid roofing, etc	
Carried forward..
97 87
855 56
819 13
675 00
577 00
14 00
587 00
651 05
193 34
530 31
355 52
124 30
114 20
160 0c
179 90
119 85
82 75
35 00
45 70
22 63
59 36
30 00
91 00
28 36
211,515 46
3,011 17
6,449 13  227,092 83 B 126
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$  eta.
Royal City Planing Mills
New Westminster Gas Co
D M Robertson & Sons..
J A Calbeck	
F Crake	
Brackman-Ker Co	
John A Lee	
E J Johnson	
J Goodfellow	
Can Pacific Railway Co..
Richmond Bros	
HK Seltzer	
Hugh Gunn	
C C Fisher	
Geo McRae    .
J Dunlap	
Walter Starrett.   	
Pay lists	
J D Moore	
Archer & Hooper ....
E L Masterson	
Ernest Harrap	
A McQueen	
Chas Dandell	
Byers, Giegerich, Green
Co	
Pay lists	
D A Cameron	
P J Gleazer	
U S T Ross	
DesBrisay Jobbing Co ..
Porto Rico Lumber Co..
Jas McDonald	
D A Munro	
J A Honeyman	
McLachlan Bros	
Fred Hazen	
Nelson & Ft Sheppard Ry
WO Steele	
A Garvin	
Can Pac Ry Co	
Revelstoke Lumber Co.
Pay lists -
Pay lists	
Sundrv persons	
do 	
do 	
Eugene Couture	
Can Pac Ry	
Ladysmith Iron Works
Darling Bros	
W B Bailey & Co	
Jos Garden	
Brought forward	
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS.-Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.—Contimied.
Vote No, 161.—Fraser River Bridge, Netv Westminster.-
Concluded.
Lumber	
Cinders 	
Fir trees	
Labour building chimney	
Clock	
Hay, oats, etc	
Chairs 	
Blacksmithing	
do 	
Freight	
Oilskin suit	
Typewriting copy of contract   	
Paid sundrv fares	
Paid cartage, etc	
Labour  - .3 days @ $2.25
do       4        ti       2
do       4       m        2.50
Vote No. 102.—Bridge, Lardo River-Poplar Creek.
Labour and team work	
Paid sundry expenses as Road Superintendent
Hardware, etc	
do 	
Lumber	
do	
do       	
Wire cable	
Vote No. 163.—Bridge, Salmon River, Ymir.
Labour and team work ,	
Paid sundry expenses as Road Superintendent	
Salary as clerk 5 days @ $3
Hardware, etc 	
do 	
Lumber, etc     	
Hire of pile driver  	
Nippers for pile driver 	
Sheaves and pins for pile driver	
Double blocks, etc         ...
Services furnishing levels, etc ,	
Freight	
Blacksmithing, etc	
Compensation for injury by flying rock	
Vote No. 164.—C. P. R. Foot Bridge, Columbia River, Revelstoke,
Labour and material furnished 	
Lumber	
Sundry labour	
Vote No. 165.—Bridges.
Labour and team work	
Lumber, piles, etc.	
Hardware, tools, etc	
Hay, oats, etc	
Contribution towards Columbia River Bridge, Wilmer.
Labour and material, freight, etc	
Sundry iron-work	
Fire hose, couplings, etc	
Freight charges	
Horse hire ,	
Carried forward j
6,449 13
227,092 83
14 37
24 50
18 00
15 50
8 00
6 20
6 25
4 80
3 75
4 24
5 25
3 60
1 60
1 25
6 75
9 00
10 00
6,592 09
679 25
53 40
47 78
5 15
39 75
94 70
105 67
9 50
1,035 20
1,288 10
3 40
15 00
138 65
33 19
288 49
24 50
49 50
9 50
12 20
35 00
12 60
87 65
2 50
1,527 22
1,327 25
144 50
2,998 97
6,980 32
2,957 23
468 13
242 08
150 00
471 60
135 es
119 85
813 05
47 50
12,415 44
239,719 37 5 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
B 127
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$  cts
12.415 44
8 00
4 00
16 00
2 00
19 10
18 75
18 70
8 75
7 95
22 70
22 00
13 35
7 00
9 00
7 15
1 50
50 00
6 00
2 35
10 10
10 95
10 73
21 75
45 25
8 37
9 00
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS-Continued.
239,719 37
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 165.—Bridges.— Concluded.
do       	
do       	
Wm Currie Novelty Co..
Drift-bolts             	
Tents	
do                 	
C B Hume & Co         	
do           	
Blair & Co	
Terminal SS Co	
do    	
do                                    	
do   	
W Wright	
Royal City Trans Co	
Belyea & Co	
G Cunningham & Son...
Smith & Bryson	
Jas Seymour	
do            	
do            	
do            	
do            	
do            	
do            	
do            	
6 98
1 50
3 25
3 00
6 50
37 85
47 00
4 25
11 69
6 00
3 50
2 50
3,167 80
310 70
381 88
263 33
247 66
59 78
25 45
9 50
8 90
9 13
30 98
12 18
18 00
. .    41 50
8 60
9 50
10 oo
32 50
97 21
30 26
35 50
8 00
8 00
8 00
15 00
40 00
53 SO
1 00
24 65
32 34
17 00
10 90
do                        	
Robt Smith, P L S	
John Sprott	
do     	
do     	
do                       	
Vote No. 166.— W/iarves.
12,908 91
do                 ii          	
Ironsides, Rannie &
Evans, Coleman & Evans
Hickman, Tye Hdw Co..
do          	
J A Shubert...
do           	
do           	
Wood, Vallance & Leggat
Letson & Burpee	
do           	
Drift bolts, etc	
do           	
E 0 Belong	
do           	
DT Jones	
do         	
Steamer " Iroquois "	
Can Pacific Railway Co..
do                         „                	
do                         ii                	
Terminal S S Co	
do                       n               	
WP Pritchard	
do                                         	
E B Marvin & Co	
Carried forward	
5,018 45
257,646 73 B 128 Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOE WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$  cts.
GeoLaforme.
E A Bradley.
H S Howard .
WH Wright.
C J Foyle .
Thos Wilson .
W V Kirkpatriok
John Meyers	
T E Madson .
Brought forward	
XII.-PUBLIC VmKKS.-Continued.
JCLual	
do     	
Thos G Earl	
Indian Alex	
Smith & Bryson	
Harvey, Bailey & Co..
A Stevenson	
North Vancouver Ferry &
Power Co, Ltd	
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 167.—Ferry Subsidy, Goldstream (Revelstoke Riding).
Ferryman  5 months @ $40
Vote No. 168.—Ferry Subsidy, Smith Creek, (Revelstoke Riding)
Ferryman 5 months @ $20
Vote No. 160.—Ferry Subsidy, Columbia River.
Ferryman    5 months @ $40
Vote No. 170.—Ferry Subsidy, Chum Creek.
Ferryman 12 months @ $75
Vote No. 171.—Ferry Subsidy, Soda Creek.
Ferryman 12 months @ $41.61
Vote No. 172.—Ferry Subsidy, Savonas.
Ferryman    12 months @ $50
Vote No. 173.—Ferry Subsidy, Spence's Bridge.
Ferryman        1 month 26 days @ $50
do        10       ,i       6       ,i       50
Vote No. 174.- Ferry Subsidy, 20-Mile Post.
Ferryman   12 months @ $25
Vote No. 175.—Ferry Subsidy, Big Bar.
Ferryman 12 months @ $25
Vote No. 176.—Ferry Subsidy, Earl's.
Ferryman  4 months 1J days @ $50
Compensation for ferry boat lost	
Row-boat, etc.  ..  	
Boat hire.
Ferry traveller, chain, etc.
Manila rope	
Paid for rope, nails, etc	
Vote No. 177.—Ferry Subsidy,  Chilliwhack and Harrison River.
Ferryman 12 months® $50
Vote No. 178.— Ferry Subsidy, North Vancouver.
Grant in aid  	
Carried forward	
92 28
508 34
202 56
25 50
70 00
7 50
9 00
8 55
S 67
257,646 73
200 00
100 00
200 00
900 00
500 00
600 00
600 62
i 00
300 00
262,774 03 5 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
B 129
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$  cts.
Revelstoke Nav Co .
Pay lists	
S Smith	
Cariboo Trading Co...
Cunningham Hdw Co.
Wood, Vallance & Co .
T J Trapp&Co	
J E Moore	
St Joseph's Indus School
C Barrett	
P Tesseira	
R Borland	
A Isnardy	
RC Cotton	
C B Isnardy	
Harvey, Bailey & Co..
Alex Meiss	
B C Express Co 	
Pay lists	
McDonald, McGillivray
APuIford [Co
WB Bailey & Co	
G Anderson 	
W J Kelly	
Alf E Smith	
T E French	
Pay lists	
By ers, Gi egerich, GreenC 0
Sandon Hardware Co.
Archer & Hodder	
A Campbell	
Pay lists *	
A E Howse Co, Ltd ..
Cook & Co	
G Murdoch	
C E Thomas	
Pay lists  .
T JTrapp& Co	
Brackman-Ker Co	
Cunningham Hard Co
S J Davison 	
A M Forbes Co	
Hugh Gunn 	
Pay lists	
F Magee	
Owen Falk	
Geo Gray	
F Bristowe	
Pay lists 	
A H Beedy	
R S Robinson, PLS.
C Moffatt	
B M Rogers	
R S Sargent 	
Hudson's Bay Co	
Ezra Evans	
Wm Kerr	
G Rosenthal	
Pay lists	
A J Swart	
J Lvne	
F G Dagg	
P D McRae	
T A Armstrong	
J L Steele	
J Dunn 	
R Wilson	
Pay lists	
Brought forward ,	
XII.—PUBLIC WOUKS-Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.—Continued,
Vote No. 178a.—Aid to Steamboat Service, Revelstoke to Death
Rapids.
Grant in aid
Vote No. 180.—Contingencies.
Labour and team work,
Paid sundry expenses as Superintendent.
Hardware, tools, etc.,
do
do
do
Hay, oats, etc.,
do
do
Groceries, etc.,
do
Meat, etc.,
do
Lumber,
B. S. coal,
Transporting men,
Express charges, fares, etc.,
Labour and team work,
Hardware, etc.,
Harness,
Freight,
Blacksmithing,
Repairing tents,
Moving camp outfit,
do
Labour and team work,
Hardware, tools, etc."
Powder, fuse, etc.,
do
Hire of launch,
Labour and team work,
Hardware, etc.,
Round iron, etc.,
Blacksmithing,
Tools,
Labour and team work,
Powder, fuse, eta,
Hay, oats, etc.,
Hardware, etc.,
Repairing harness,
do       range,
Paid sundry expenses as Road Foreman,
Labour and team work,
Hay,
Powder, fuse, etc.,
Labour,
do
Labour and team work,
Hardware, etc.
Services as surveyor,
Sharpening tools,
Labour, 63 days @ $4
Groceries, etc.,
do
do
Wintering Government horses,
Blacksmithing,
Labour and team work,
do n
do
do
do
Team hire,
Labour,
do
do
do      and team work,
Chimney Creek Bridge	
n 	
ii 	
ii 	
ii 	
ii 	
ii 	
ii 	
ii 	
n 	
n 	
ii 	
n ...   	
Clinton-Alkali Road	
ii 	
ii 	
ii 	
ti 	
Hamil Creek Road   	
ii 	
Copper Mountain Road	
ii 	
n 	
n 	
ii 	
Gladstone New Road	
n 	
ii 	
ti 	
Squamish Valley Road 	
ii 	
ii 	
it 	
Antler Creek Road   	
it 	
ii 	
ti 	
Hazelton-Manson Trail	
ii 	
it 	
ti 	
it 	
Lillooet-Lytton Road	
tt 	
Alexis Creek Road	
n	
ti 	
Kitimaat and Golden Crown Rd
ti 	
it 	
Pemherton Valley Road	
Carried forward   	
2,366 48
117 05
769 65
130 10
19 48
16 80
151 04
11 38
10 00
14 26
4 84
18 95
88 90
163 56
16 50
8 50
336 95
107 50
74 17
16 60
13 37
26 25
7 75
6 00
6 00
11,243 55
2,082 19
360 00
618 45
40 00
1,395 57
16 50
9 10
5 25
2 75
828 89
111 00
43 05
6 55
3 00
1 65
3 50
235 35
49 65
18 19
8 75
5 00
249 75
45 30
25 00
3 00
262 00
29 21
13 30
2 32
45 00
9 00
158 50
80 OC
37 5C
37 5C
28 5C
9 0C
225 37
213 IE
16 6C
600 71
262,774 03
23,570 60 265,274 03 B 130
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOE WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
Brown & Howay	
Pay lists	
The Hunter-Kendrick Co
McDonald, McGillivray
SSBoyd [Co
F Taylor	
Ed Smith, Jr	
Pay lists	
Jas Wardle	
Owen Williams	
L G Jones	
G W Gibson	
Pay lists 	
do     	
do     	
do     	
do     	
do     	
do     	
do     	
do     	
It Draney	
T J Trapp & Co	
SS Boyd	
S Graham	
F Gottf riedsen	
J S Robertson	
Alex Meiss	
E Pigeon	
SH Seroy	
W Haylmore	
N Gustafsen 	
C Fenton	
G W Eobinson	
A H Beedy	
R Williams	
Pay lists	
Cariboo Trading Co..
M Dumond	
EH Heaps & Co	
J E Stoddart	
RT Newton	
Pay list	
West End Grocery ..
D McLeod	
A Thivarge	
Pay list	
H Burred	
C Wesley	
Hudson's Bay Co	
R Cunningham & Son
Brunette Saw Mill Oo
Str " Beaver"	
Pay lists	
J Cunningham	
J S Bell   	
Wm Saul	
John Sprott	
Coldstream Ranch...
M K Rodgers	
Pay lists	
J P Burnyeat, PIS
F J Stedham	
WPritchard	
D Nicholson	
O WM Hughes	
Vernon Hdw Co	
D W Crawley & Co..
HB Lyons	
Brought forivard	
XII.-PUBLIC VJ0KKS.—Concluded.
Koads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.—Concluded.
Vote No. 180.—Contingencies.—Concluded.
Hay, oats, etc., Pemberton Valley Road	
Labour and team work, Grand Forks to Franklin	
Hardware, etc., u 	
do Churn Creek Ferry Trail	
Express charges, n 	
Broken rock, Roads, Lot 301	
do ii 	
Labour and team work, Skagit Trail	
Powder, fuse, etc., n 	
Labour, Lillooet-Seton Lake Eoad	
do ,,....
do Gibson's Landing Eoad	
Labour and team work, u 	
do Inverness Trail	
do Road, E. side Chilcotin River,
do Dyke Road, Port Hammond ..
do Port Haney-Wharnock Road..
do Trout Lake-10-Mile Road	
do Harrison Hot Springs Road ...
do Bridge River Eoad	
do Kimsquit Trail  	
Hardware, etc., n 	
Powder, fuse, etc., Hastings Townsite Eoads	
Labour, Alkali Lake, Kelly's Road	
do Upper Bonaparte Eoad	
do Kelly-Big Bar Eoad	
do Hat Creek Eoad	
do Upper Horsefly Trail	
do Pigeon-Raphael Eoad	
do Anderson Lake Trail	
do Cayoosh Creek Road	
do Gustafsen's Eoad	
do Wood's Eoad	
do Richfield Road	
do Mosquito Creek Road	
Lobour and team work, Upper Deadman Creek Road..
do E. P. Lee's Bridge	
Hay, oats, etc., u     	
Lumber, Doxat's Bridge, Bonaparte....
do Westminster-Vanc'r. Trunk Ed
Clearing, etc. (per contract) Toby Creek Waggon Eoad ....
Contribution towards construction, Chilcotin Eiver Bridge	
Sundry labour, Bush fires, Saanich	
Groceries, etc., u 	
Salary as caretaker (1 month), Bridge River Ferry	
do (1     „     ), ,. 	
Labour towing scow, n 	
Salary as caretaker (1 m. @ $50; 2 ms. @ §60),     Eburne Bridges	
Lumber, etc., Hazelton sidewalks   	
do " 'i 	
do ii u 	
do Mission n 	
Freight on lumber, it ti 	
Sundry labour, n u 	
Salary as Eoad Sup't. (f month @ 8150; sundry expenses 830) ; Lillooet District
Salary as Eoad Superintendent (3 months @ $i50) h
Wintering Government horses i>
Paid sundry expenses as Eoad Superintendent Westminster District	
Compensation for privilege of cutting through property	
Contribution towards erecting steel cable across Bear River	
Surveys.
Vote No. 170.—Surveys.
Sundry Labour
Services as Surveyor (94 d. @ $4 ; expenses §12.88)
Assistant (6 days @ §3.50),
Transporting survey party,
Board and lodging, survey party,
Gum boots,
Steel chain and tape,
Livery hire,
Boat hire,
Carried forward..
Mission and Mill Creek Survey.
23,570 60
330 18
169
166 40
10 83
11 47
87 12
923 55
15 70
22 50
30 00
12 50
605 85
291 00
295 28
172 87
234 12
420 37
43 50
80 00
69 15
73
97 70
10 00
6 00
2 50
3 75
24 00
16 25
5 00
15 00
50 00
47 50
6 50
8 00
95 00
300 00
31 46
70 17
32 95
600 00
216 00
140 35
8 00
40 00
40 00
60 00
170 00
207 90
90 31
70 98
17 64
5 26
44 49
142 50
450 00
56 00
75 85
110 55
200 00
433
50
383 88
21 00
24 50
191
08
12
25
11
50
11
25
2
60
1,096 46
265,274 03 5 Ed. 7       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
B 131
WGPinder, PLS...
R Bennett	
E Bennett	
A Cecil	
WFinlayson	
R Cunningham	
R Bennett	
Pay lists	
J P Burnyeat, PLS.
W Wright	
Wm Boyd	
S M McGuire	
Pay lists	
J P Burnyeat, PLS
C AC Stewart	
AH Wade	
WE Welby	
WCBate	
McDougall & Co	
E D Boeing	
FH Shepherd, PLS .
J Doole	
J Mable      ..  .
J Irving	
DR Irvine, PLS....
C H Cookson	
W H Anderson	
Hermon & Burwell, PLS
C H Jones & Son    .   ..
W Pedder 	
Victoria Transfer Co..
A H Barker 	
GeoS Bush	
W C Bate 	
J Y Smith	
Pay List	
HNevile Smith, PLS
J H Gray, PLS	
Louis Cuppage	
J P Burnyeat, PLS..
do do    ...
do do
A E Barrow, PLS....
A J Hill, PLS	
W S Bennett, PLS...
Sidney Williams, PLS
F H Shepherd, PLS.
DE Irvine, PLS ....
do       	
WSDrewry, PLS....
TH Taylor, PLS.
do       do
G A Smith, PLS.
C A Stoess, PLS.
do       	
E A Wilmot	
do       	
F J Stedham .  ...
Brought forward	
XII.-PUBLIC -WOKKS.-Concluded.
Surveys.—Concluded.
Vote No. 170.— Surveys.—Concluded.
Services as Surveyor (12 days @ §10.00),
2.50),
2.60),
2.50),
2.50),
Kitsalas Townsite Survey
»$10; expenses §3)
Salmon Arm Roads .
Okanagan River Survey.
Axemen (12
do ( 4 ,,
do ( 9 ,i
Chainman (12 n
Groceries, etc.,
Canoe hire,
Sundry labour,
Services as Surveyor (13 days C
Livery hire,
Horse hire,
Groceries, etc.,
Sundry labour,
Services as Surveyor,
Board and lodging survey party, ii
Rope, etc., "
Freight, "
Services as Supt. (4 days @ §4; expenses $12.50), 20-Mile Creek, Hedley.
Livery hire, ii
Labour, 11
Services as Surveyor (3£ days (;
Labour, 2 11
do 2 ,i
do 2
Services as Surveyor (7£ ii
Paid labour, 11       	
Rodman (1 day), ii       	
Services as Surveyors(53|days @ $10; exp. $41.20) Lot 2,027, Group 1, N. W. D.
Tents, etc.,
»$10; exp. $14.75), Road, Oyster River ..
2.50,                                     i,
2.50,                                            ,,
2.50,                                            ii
10; exp. $24.35), Oak Bay Avenue	
Armstrong, Morrison &
Balfour	
Schaake Machine Works.
City of New Westminster
Waddell & Hedrick	
B C Electric Railway Co.
John Reid	
A F Brown	
General R'wav Signal Co.
B C Telephone Co	
New Westminster Gas Co
Moving outfit,
Cartage on instruments,
Chainman,
Rodman,
Services as Supt. (9 days @
do       guide 1^       n
Sundry labour,
Carigflower Road
4; expenses $22.10), Bear Creek Road
Road through Tp. 30, Chillwhack
Services as Surveyor (14 days (d> §10; expenses §6). n
do ii Bulkley Valley Route    	
Exploration survey and report, 11 	
Services as Surveyor (3 days @ §10; expenses §9), Bridge site, Enderby	
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
3
10;
4       .
10;
2        ,
10;
2£     .
10;
i>       ,
10;
U     ,
10,
H     ,
10,
2A     ,
10;
2       i
10;
$2.50, Davies' Creek Survey
Strickland Road 	
20.50, Port San Juan Surveys	
5.50; Ladner Road	
9.90; Lasgar Fruit Ranch, Agassiz
Lot 839, Gp. 1, Lillooet District
Gaol site, Nanaimo	
5.00; Gordon Head Road	
10.40; Bridges, Cowichan District .
(15  d. @ $10; paid assistant, etc., §170.20), Slocan and Little
Slocan Lakes
10;  expenses, $28.50), Point Gray Traverse Survey
Atlin Townsite Addition..'.
Kitsuckus Valley Roads, etc,
64.00), Burnt Basin Road   	
7.08), Kettle River Bridge, Carson
ii South Bank, Fraser River..
ii Cultus Lake Crossing..
Draughtsman (26 d. @ $3.50), Pre-emption claims, etc
Westminster Bridge (Authorised by Act).
(10ri
(15
„     10;
(12
ti    10;
(a
ii    10;
Labour and material furnished (per contract)	
do re water supply	
do re-grading and macadamising Columbia and Front Streets
Balance of fees as Engineer (§36,061.60, less paid, §32,500)	
Cost of moving 1,000 feet railway track, wires, poles, etc	
Erection and completion of Penitentiary fence and gates	
Settlement in full of all claims, re right-of-way   	
Inter-locking plant (per contract)	
Labour removing overhead wires, etc	
Labour re-changing gas system at Warden's house	
1,096 46
120 00
30 00
10 00
22 50
30 00
92 35
3 00
110 50
133 00
11 00
10 00
4 95
204 00
176 40
112 25
5 10
2 50
28 50
12 00
2 50
49 75
5 00
5 00
5 00
99 35
3 10
2 50
576 20
16 50
6 00
6 00
5 20
2 50
58 10
7 50
93 76
146 00
583 28
250 00
39 00
32 50
40 00
40 50
30 50
29 90
25 00
15 00
30 00
30 40
320 20
133 50
689 21
150 00
184 00
37 08
450 00
28 50
91 00
26,700 35
2,997 84
4,664
3,561 60
1,585 00
1,583 00
1,250 00
2,791 24
49 43
20 70 B 132
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
Colonist P & P Co	
Phoenix Pioneer	
News-Advertiser	
Kamloops Standard	
Slocan Drill	
Nanaimo Free Press ....
B C Mining Record	
Engine'rg & Mining Jrn'l
The Columbian Co, Ltd .
Atlin Claim Pub Co	
Revelstoke Herald	
Cumberland News	
B C Mining Exchange...
Times Ptg & Pub Co ..
Vernon NewsP&PCo..
Nelson Economist	
Ashcroft Journal	
Ladysmith Ledger	
Trail Creek News	
Ymir Herald	
Fort Steele Prospector..
Fernie Free Press	
Golden Star	
Sandon Standard	
Gr'd Forks News-Gazette
Vancouver Ledger.   ...
The Week, Victoria	
Similkameen Star	
New Denver Ledge	
Lardeau Mining Review.
Hedley Gazette	
Fernie Ledge	
Trout Lake Topic	
Moyie Leader	
Lardeau Eagle    	
Ladysmith Recorder ..
Mt Pleasant Advocate ..
Poplar Nugget 	
Chilliwhack Progress ...
Vanc'r Labour Director
Delta Times	
Morrissey Despatch	
Rossland World	
Monetary Times, Toronto
Montreal Chronicle	
Cranbrook Herald	
Nelson Daily ISews	
Lillooet Prospector	
Wilmer Outcrop 	
The Pharos, N Westm'r.
Winnipeg Tribune   	
Nicola Herald	
Cranbrook Prospector ..
Vancouver Province....
Suburb and Country....
Midway Despatch	
Rossland Miner	
Camborne Miner	
C J Walker, London....
Clarke & Stuart	
T N Hibben & Co	
Victoria Book & Staty Co
Thomson Stationery Co.
The Barber & Ellis Co ..
J Johnston 	
H P McDowell	
H Morey & Co	
Mackay & Southon	
Pope Stationery Co ....
BC Book Co	
Alex Cowan & Sons	
J J Mackay & Co	
J A Sayward 	
Waterlow & Sons	
XIII.-MISCELLANEOITS.
Vote No. 181.—Advertising.
Advertising Sundry Notices.
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
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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
Vote No. 182.—Stationery.
Miscellaneous Stationery for all Departments and Offices..
do ..
do ii
do ii
do
do n
do
do ii
do ii
do ii
do ii
do
do it
do ii
do "
Carried forward
805 90
736 25
497 40
402 45
373 70
337 50
290 00
288 00
362 95
228 50
204 15
209 15
198 60
175 20
174 45
166 85
147 20
121 40
111 50
97 36
93 40
72 40
68 95
68 95
60 90
61 00
63 00
57 80
55 00
53 15
52 30
49 40
49 10
44 55
40 60
40 50
42 60
33 50
32 60
30 00
30 00
30 00
25 00
20 00
15 00
14 90
14 60
10 00
8 50
5 50
5 00
4 80
4 50
3 50
3 00
2 50
2 50
1 50
704 14
5,589 18
2,844 47
2,161 30
1,984 04
1,085 19
486 40
368 00
251 17
331 88
427 15
634 10
679 81
139 95
91 48
78 94
17,15? 06
7,903 15
7,903 15 5 Ed. 7       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
B 133
Brought forward...
XIU.-mSCl£LLA$mVS.-Continued.
Vote No   182.—Stationery.—Concluded.
Colonist P & P Co	
Allan Wyon	
J Muirhead	
W H Phillips	
A Mansford & Son	
G A Roedde	
W J Gage & Son	
Slater & Co	
Shakes Bros	
A H Beedy	
News-Advertiser, Van..
Fink Bros   	
Hudson's Bay Co	
T Eaton Co, Ltd	
H J Rogers 	
E G Prior & Co, Ltd ...
W R Megaw	
J R Campbell 	
H J Franklin	
S Baxter	
David Robson	
W L Fagan .  	
Jas Porter	
H Brooke    	
Thos Cunningham ....
ETWPearse    ..
John Baird	
A Joyce	
CC Fisher	
L Norris	
Thos H Mackay 	
Dominion Express Co.
E&NBailway	
W S Beckwith	
Can Pacific Railway Co
Alaska-Pacific Express Co
W W Kerr 	
G Barnes	
Great Northern Ex Co.
E C Stephenson	
Crawford & Co	
N Fisher	
Upper Col Trans Co
White Pass & Yukon E'y
G M Shirley	
Fitzgerald & Burke ..
A H JMartley	
A C Murray	
F Robinson	
A C Hamilton	
WB Fleming	
McDougall & Co	
P McGregor	
Victoria Terminal R'way
Wm Parker	
F J Calbreath	
RPRithetfc Co	
R A Walker	
D O McKay 	
Northern Pacific Ex Co
Jos Walker	
WB Bailey & Co	
A E Beck	
D H Anderson 	
C D Blackwood	
HM Customs	
Paid
onery to various offices.
Miscellaneous Stationery, etc., for all Departments and offices.
do
do
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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Express and freight charges on static
do
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do
do
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do
do
do
do
Sundry persons
do
do
do
do
do
Paid
Duty.
Vote No. 183.—Postage and Expressage.
expressage, etc., Victoria	
do New Westminster	
do Nelson	
do Kamloops   	
do Vernon	
do Cranbrook	
Carried forward
17,153 06
7,903 15
66 90
57 58
44 10
33 00
30 84
25 85
22 80
14 68
7 03
6 26
4 50
3 60
3 65
2 50
2 00
2 25
1 25
85
85
7 55
7 50
21 05
7 75
7 40
6 60
4 20
2 25
1 90
3 85
1 76
1 55
440 30
345 40
220 25
152 65
31 97
12 50
11 25
7 55
6 00
4 95
4 80
4 70
i 35
4 60
4 25
3 80
3 75
3 20
2 85
2 60
2 35
2 00
1 75
1 64
1 50
1 25
1 33
1 00
1 65
1 05
1 25
2 00
1 95
1 05
120 44
18,969 62
5,241 91
1,187 79
487 72
403 75
296 50
243 62
7,861 29
26,872 77 B 134
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$ cts.
$ cts.
Sundry persons
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
Can Pac Ry Co   .
Dominion Gov't System.
G N W Telegraph Co	
Commercial Cable Co...
Revelstoke, Trout Lake &
Big Bend Tel Co	
Brought forward...
XIII.—MISCELLANEOUS— Continued.
Vote No. 183.—Postage and Expr-essage.—Concluded.
Stamps, expressage, etc.,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
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do
do
do
do
do
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do
do
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do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Kaslo	
London 	
Revelstoke  	
Nanaimo	
Rossland	
Fairview	
Golden	
Atlin	
Greenwood	
Port Simpson	
Clinton	
Vancouver 	
Grand Forks   	
Fernie	
Alberni 	
Lillooet	
Cumberland.   	
Duncan	
Barkerville	
Princeton	
Trout Lake	
Ashcroft	
Yale	
Quesnel Forks	
Ladysmith	
New Denver	
Slocan   	
Hazelton	
Lytton	
Penticton	
Wilmer	
Nicola .   	
Camborne	
Moyie	
Chilliwhack	
Eholt	
Ymir	
Ollala...	
Camp McKinney    .
Poplar Creek	
Hedley	
Mayne Island	
Galiano Island	
Windermere	
Nakusp	
150-Mile	
Fort Steele	
Quesnel	
Soda Creek	
Chemainus	
Heriot Bay	
Michel	
Yreka	
Salt Spring Island .
Alert Bay	
Mission City
Morrissey Mines...
Massett	
Elko	
Telegraph Creek..,
Wells	
Creston	
Naas Harbour	
Clayoquot	
Wardner	
Beaverdell	
Arrowhead	
Vote No. 184. —Telegrams.
to and from all Government Offices	
do „ 	
do ,, 	
do it	
do ii 	
Carried forward
7,861 29
240 30
274 33
183 00
176 75
170 24
153 25
135 89
108 85
94 50
87 60
81 25
86 80
71 10
72 05
65 25
65 15
63 17
63 00
60 00
53 15
55 75
51 90
49 60
49 00
47 50
43 01
32 85
29 00
26 20
23 75
23 00
21 50
24 50
17 00
13 95
13 00
13 00
11 00
11 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 50
9 40
7 50
7 00
6 00
6 00
6 00
5 50
5 00
5 00
i 50
4 25
4 75
4 50
4 00
3 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
1 50
1 35
1 75
1 75
3,308 33
587 70
153 07
97 49
50 82
4,197 41
26,872 77
-    10,878 l
37,751 45 5 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
B 135
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$   cts.
Spokane Northern Tel Co
Vict & Esquimalt Tel Co.
Pacific Wireless Tel Co..
J H Turner	
B C Telephone Co	
Rent of Instruments
Kootenay Lake Tel Co..
do
V&ETel Co	
do
Nanaimo Tel Co      	
do
Dominion Gov't System.
do
Vernon & Nelson Tel Co.
do
Cranbrook Elec Light Co
do
N West'r & B Inlet Tel Co
do
Revelstoke, Trout Lake &
Big Bend Tel Co	
do
London Tel Service	
do
Sunset Tel Co	
do
CN Pass Coal Co	
do
Can Pac Tel Co	
do
E&N Tel Co	
do
Columbia Tel Co    	
do
B C Electric Ry Co	
J Kingham & Co	
J EGrice	
Jones & Rosie	
Fell & Co	
B C Electric Ry Co	
Vancouver Gas Co	
McDonald, Marpole & Co
Crowder & Penzer   	
J Carnahan	
B C Mills T & T Co	
City of New Westminster
New Westminster Gas Co
J W Creighton	
Jos La Duke	
J Cameron	
J Manhire	
Royal City Mills   	
Nanaimo Elec Light Co.
do       Gas Co	
Thompson & Scoville....
E Hoskin	
A Haslam	
Rossland Water & Lt Co.
A B McKenzie & Co	
Rossland W'house T Co..
Henderson Bros   	
City of Nelson   	
W P Tierney	
W W West	
JRingrose	
C D Blackwood	
City of Revelstoke	
Sib'bald & Field	
J H Young	
CBHume&Co	
Greenwood E L Co	
C J McArthur	
E G Warren	
P Hickey	
Cranbrook E L Co.	
Perry & Fitzgerald 	
D McAulay	
G A Kerr	
MBMcBeath	
J W Connor	
Eobt Wilde	
Brought forward 	
XIII.-MTSCELLANEOUS.-CowMmttecJ.
Vote No. 184.- Telegrams.—Concluded.
.Messages to and from all Government Offices
do
do .,
Paid cablegrams n
Vote No. 185.—Telephone Service.
Tolls, etc
Vote No. 186.—Fuel and Light.
Electric light for all offices,
Coal ii
Wood it
do
Coal oil ii
Electric light,
Gas,
Coal,
do
Wood,
do
Electric light,
Gas,
Coal,
Wood,
do
do
do
Electric light,
Gas,
Coal,
do
Wood,
Electric light,
Coal,
do
Wood,
Electric light,
Coal,
Wood,
Incandescent lamps,
Paid matches, etc.,
Electric light,
Coal,
Wood,
Coal oil,
Electric light,
Coal,
Incandescent lamps,
Wood,
Electric light,
Coal,
Wood,
do
do
do
do
Victoria.
Vancouver
New Westminster
Nanaimo
Revelstoke .
Greenwood
Cranbrook
Golden
Carried forward.
24 92
6 75
1 25
18 89
2,910 45
172 8(
152 3C
115 95
100 OC
86 95
40 9C
62 20
84 00
67 61
9 0C
8 0C
5 3C
2 05
1 40
2,521 93
1,618 50
111 6C
40 5C
1 7C
197 91
109 65
243 75
39 0C
202 00
14 45
87 92
81 95
64 00
109 25
26 25
10 50
1 50
31 50
27 25
126 00
9 00
1 50
199 60
314 40
3 15
4 75
170 20
217 40
56 15
6 70
2 75
81 8C
170 80
4 5C
2 25
124 0C
289 48
9 8C
8 0C
26 55
14 00
30 00
24 00
7 75
77 00
8 00
7,530 64
37,751 45
3,798 91
45,799 58 B 136
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
Brought forward...
XIII-MTSCELLANEOUS.-CowMmued.
Vote No. 186.—Fuel and Light.—Continued.
C A Warren	
H G Parson	
J Forman	
Hinton Electric Co..
A C Hamilton	
A H Grandie	
J Hatton	
City of Kamloops   ..
Hudson's Bay Co ...
J Milton....'	
J Ross	
City of Vernon	
L Norris	
T W Hayes	
J F Summers	
J Phillips	
AE Bate	
F Stevens 	
JANicol	
J PMcCuddy	
J Stewart   ...
J Graham	
Mary Slow Dick ....
D W Rowlands	
Ashcroft W E & I Co
Cumberland E L Co.
D Kirkpatrick   	
Williams Bros	
Colin Campbell	
Perry & Fitzgerald  	
D McKinnon	
A M Craig	
W Jennings	
H JMcDonald	
W Glenn	
G Olsen	
A G Fraser	
J W Creighton	
W Dodd	
G Stout 	
Can Pacific Railway Co..
McLennan & Clarke	
Bourne Bros 	
B E Drew & Co	
W Fowler	
P J Olsen	
Dixon & Schulz	
Northern Power & Lbr Co
B C Power & Mfg Co ....
Stables & Lumsden	
Atlin Trading Co	
K C Wheeling	
G F Doherty	
Albert Thoren 	
J L Clark	
Hudson's Bay Co	
Str " Coquitlam ".  	
Str "Venture"	
J Sankey 	
Jas Tait	
John McRae	
A Birrell	
W Hodgkinson	
C Isaac	
J Graham	
A R Carrington	
The Hunter-Kendrick Co
W T Eoss	
J Speirs	
Kootenay Electric Co
C N Pass Coal Co...
McDonald & McGillivray
DDCullen	
John Bibby   	
A H Beedy	
Alberni Trading Store
F Cowley .,,,	
Coal oil, etc.,
do
Batteries,
do
Hauling wood,
Labour cutting wood,
do      piling wood,
Electric light,
Coal oil,
Wood,
do
Electric light,
Paid coal oil, etc.,
Wood,
do
do
Labour cutting wood,
do
do
Coal oil,
do
Wood,
do
Coal,
Electric light,
do
Coal,
Wood and Coal,
Electric light,
Coal,
Wood,
do
do
do
do
do
Coal oil, etc.,
do
Paid wood,
Wood,
Freight on wood,
Coal oil,
do
do
Wood,
do
do
Electric light,
do
Coal oil, etc.,
do
do
Labour cutting wood,
do
Filing saw,
Coal oil, etc.,
Coal,
do
Hauling coal,
do
Coal oil, etc.,
Wood,
do
do
Coal,
Coal oil,
do
Wood,
do
Electric liglra,
do
Coal oil, etc.,
Wood,
do
Coal oil, etc.,
do
Wood,
etc.,
Kamloops
Vernon
Ashcroft .
Cumberland
New Denver
Trout Lake
Yale
Camborne
Atlin
Port Simpson
Quesnel Forks
Nicola
Grand Forks .
Kaslo
Fernie
Clinton
Barkerville
Alberni
35 30
9 75
10 34
3 55
2 75
23 75
4 75
64 75
8 10
57 00
57 00
43 38
10 45
56 00
40 00
5 25
25 00
20 00
12 50
5 00
25 00
128 00
35 00
40 85
102 30
39 60
11 75
6 75
51 40
7 00
62 50
39 00
8 25
4 50
4 60
4 00
10 85
15 40
52 45
37 20
3 60
11 15
4 25
3 00
45 00
7 00
528 00
325 81
44 65
12 75
15 00
12 25
24 00
42 75
1 00
36 00
35 00
48 00
7 50
7 50
18 25
77 00
100 00
13 50
6 00
11 10
8 75
40 00
100 00
184 60
4 50
24 15
70 00
27 50
51 75
4 16
17 50
Carried forward      10,684 52
45,799 58
45,799 . 5 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905. B 137
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$   cts.
McDonald Bros	
Eholt Trading Co.  ...
Paul Santini	
J Wilson	
Jas Long	
J Lamont	
A McKinnon 	
Pitt & Peterson	
G Murdoch	
C Snowden	
Indian Pat	
John Hyland	
Crawford & Co	
Wellington Colliery Co
J C Pitts	
Wm Taynton	
A H Wade	
Andrew Green	
G M Christie	
NM Allen	
Indian Johnson	
Hugh Williams	
J Lytton	
GF Green	
J E McDonald	
Hugh S Kose	
J H Turner	
T N Hibben & Co ....
Victoria Book & Sta'y Co
Thomson Stationery Co.
Alfred Wilson	
The Carswell Co, Ltd ...
EG Allen &Son	
P S King & Sons 	
R E Gosnell	
Virtue & Co	
A G Duncomb	
The Clarke Co	
Pope Stationery Co	
Canaghan & Co	
International Pub Co..
WHLowermilk& Co..
Mr Justice Martin	
W Clowes & Sons Ltd...
Hon D M Eberts	
Henry Froude	
Munn & Co	
Wilson & MacKinnon...
Hippie Printing Co	
State Journal Co	
G W Morang & Co	
E T Lawrie	
Chapman & Hall	
Eyre & Spottiswoode..
Copp, Clarke Co	
The Iron & Steele Ins'te
Haight &Co	
W Weir	
University of Toronto..
J Robert Long	
Ginn & Co 	
Rossland Miner	
Daily Times	
Otago Times & Witness.
The Columbian Co, Ltd
Canadian Law Review .
Atlin Claim	
Ottawra Citizen	
Seattle PI	
Literary Digest	
Nanaimo Herald	
Vancouver World,.....
Brought forward...
XIII.-MISCELLANEOUS.-Co»i«imMed.
Vote No. 186.—Fuel and Light.—Concluded.
Vv ood
Coal oil,
do
do
Wood,
do
do
Coal oil,
Hauling wood.
Labour cutting wood,
do
Wood,
Hauling wood,
Coal,
Coal oil,
Wood,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Electric light,
Eholt	
Lillooet   	
Creston   	
i	
Duncan   	
ii      	
ii     	
Princeton   	
Telegraph Creek
Beaton   	
Ladysmith   ....
Windermere ...
Penticton   	
Wilmer	
Slocan   	
Nakusp   	
Wells	
Poplar Creek  ..
Lytton   	
Chilliwhack	
Discovery   	
Kelowna   	
London 	
Vote No. 187.—Library, Legislative.
Sundry books and magazines
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
dodo
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Subscription 	
do        	
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
10,684 52
7 00
2 25
5 00
2 25
12 00
10 00
8 75
1 65
10 00
20 00
3 00
19 15
23 00
4 75
6 50
40 00
31 50
35 00
30 00
96 00
25 00
18 00
15 00
10 00
8 00
3 75
2 99
457 39
154 85
124 32
132 58
81 45
77 79
66 58
60 00
54 00
43 20
25 00
21 50
17 00
16 00
15 44
14 25
12 20
10 10
8 80
8 00
8 89
7 64
5 00
5 00
3 75
3 65
3 20
2 76
2 44
2 00
1 00
1 66
1 00
95
21 60
13 25
11 93
12 00
10 00
10 00
9 00
6 50
6 00
5 00
6 00
Carried forward.
1,559 671   56,934 64 B 138
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$ cts.
XIII.-MISCELLANEOUS-CoM*i«,weA
1.559 67
5 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 38
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
3 00
2 65
3 00
2 50
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 50
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
5 76
3 00
2 20
1 10
3 75
5 65
3 60
15 00
60 00
56,934 64
Vote No. 187.—Library, Legislative.—Concluded.
Grand Forks Ev'g Sun ..
do                       	
do                          	
do	
do                                 	
Boundary Creek Times..
Monetary Times	
do                       	
do	
do                                                             	
do              	
do                                           	
do	
do                         	
do        	
do             	
Daily Colonist	
do          	
do        	
Canadian Magazine	
do	
do         	
do        	
do         	
Lardeau Eagle	
do        	
do         	
do         	
do         	
do                                           	
Nat Geographic Society.
B C Record, Ltd	
do         	
do                                	
do        	
do   	
do         	
do            	
do         	
do	
W S Beckwith	
Great Northern Railway.
do                       	
Northern   Pacific R'way.
Duty	
Dept Prin & Sta, Ottawa
speechesandiettersot Hon. Jos. Howe".:..::::::.:::.:::.:::::':::::::'::::::
E 0 S Scholefield	
Vote No. 188.—Library, Departmental.
Sundry books,                                                        Attorney-General's Department ...
do                                                                                            ii
do                                                                                            ..
do
do                                                                                                    ii                            ....
Law Reports,                                                                                    u                         ....
County Court Judgments,                                                              n                         	
Dominion Statutes,                                                                          n
Sundry books,                                                        Agricultural Department	
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Vote No. 180—Library, Travelling.
1,754 55
The Carswell Co, Ltd...
Canada Law Book Co	
T N Hibhen & Co .
Wm Clowes & Sons, Ltd.
Callaghan & Co	
Law Society of B C  	
News-Advertiser	
King's Printer, Ottawa..
Jos Leibly	
Houghton, Mifflin & Co..
301 20
245 25
125 00
45 17
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16 80
4 50
3 00
15 00
6 00
5 00
3 70
1 66
3 50
6 00
9 00
4 75
TN Hibhen & Co	
Engineering & Min J'nal
Canada Law Book Co ...
The Carswell Co, Ltd....
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TNHibben& Co	
408 51
276 35
70 76
6 48
10 75
10 95
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60,273 52 5 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
B    139
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W R Eoss	
S Tingley	
G A Barnes	
Kust Wuori      	
H E Young, M D	
J Johnston	
CTutile	
A Reid	
W B Abel	
M Smith	
Ed Bell	
A L Roberts	
Jas Clemes	
W S Gore	
J Swinarton	
Chas Harrison  	
V V & E Eailway	
Phil McDonald	
J A Harvey	
S J Hagan	
L P Eckstein	
Calgary Brewing Co ....
John Bulks	
D Hastie	
John Marsh	
J B Farquhar	
J Sutherland	
Arthur Evans	
H L Stephens	
David Clark	
C  C Farrell	
Eobt Schrau	
N Hanson	
H Magneson 	
WH Bradford	
J A Virtue	
S Cadieux	
J B Holmes	
D Nicholson	
T Caven 	
DT Williams    ...
JNesbitt	
F Johnson	
D McCuaig	
Peter Mina	
F L Byron	
A Jackson	
E Hannan	
Sarah F Ross	
J A Anderson	
White Pass & Yukon Rte
J Swinarton	
London G & Accident Co
Dom of Canada G & A Co
Employers' Liability Asn
[Corporation
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Refund
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Vote No. 100.— Refunds.
of Provincial Revenue Tax, paid twice, 292 refunds; underage, 38 refunds
n overage,      33      h militiamen 22       i
real property tax, sold in error at tax sales, overpayments, etc	
personal property tax,       n n M 	
tax sales certificates, h u n 	
wild land tax, u „ n ....
mining receipts, cancellations, overpayments, etc	
free miners' certificates,     n n 	
certificates of purchase,     n n 	
land purchases, M n 	
timber licences, n n
pre-emption records, ,, n 	
mineral tax, ,, ,, 	
mining leases, ,, n 	
income tax (paid twice)        	
probate fees and succession duty (overpayments)	
property sold in error at tax sales throughout the Province	
moiety of fines, re Liquor Act and Game Act	
fee for Private Bill to incorporate Royal Can. Life Ins. Co. (withdrawn)
rentals and record fees paid on Lease 104, Kamloops (cancelled) ....
forfeiture of recognizances	
dredging lease (cancelled)	
water record fee,       u    .......
marriage licence fee (cancelled)	
leave of absence (paid twice)	
record fees 11 	
moiety of fines re Bush Fires Act	
ii re Mineral Act    .
i. re Fruit Marks Act	
ii re timber regulations	
examination fee (charged in error)	
11 (paid twice)	
application for Crown Grant, Cortez Island (overpaid) 	
amount of deposit in excess of expenses re Licence Commis'ers meeting
fees for services as Stipendiary Magistrate, Massett	
rental for use of Fraser River bridge, New Westminster (overpaid),
liquor licence fee	
Vote No. 101.—Premium on Guarantee Bonds.
Premium on sundry bonds .
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990 00
166 00
902 88
1,323 95
323 38
413 01
1,753 10
1,166 20
1,530 51
196 07
1,802 60
189
180 62
80 00
38 04
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202 50
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60,273 52
567 60
261 05
152 50
16,493 48
981 15
77,748 15 B 140
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
TO WHOM PAID.
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9  cts.
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77,748 15
XIII.-lHISCELLANEOUS.-e'ontwMeA
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246 00
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212 00
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112 00
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358 00
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Vote No. 192.—Agricultural Societies.
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Vote No. 103.—Fruit Growers' Association.
4,995 00
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Vote No. 104.—Dairymen's Association.
1 000 00
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Vote No. 105.—Dairymen's Association (Secretary's Salary).
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Vote No. 106.—Flockmasters' Association.
Vote No. 107.—In Aid Farmers' Institutes.
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Salary as Secretary-Treasurer, Comox        Farmers' Institute, 12 months	
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Rev G W Taylor	
C E King	
85,843 15 5 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
B 141
J H Smart	
J T Collins	
N A McDiarmid	
HBose	
F W Hine	
A B Dixon 	
A M Verchere	
G WOhadsey	
RE McDonald	
J C McFarlane	
John Ball   	
A Hammer	
G B Armstrong	
Henry Hills   	
J W Weart	
H PHorsley	
A F Venables	
H V Chaplin	
J F Smith	
Robt Turner	
R L Doherty	
A F Venables  	
Donald Matheson	
P H Wilson	
WN Shaw	
H Harris	
Johu T Collins	
Andrew Noble	
Jas Evans	
W T Abbott	
J R McLaren	
Walter Towlan	
F R E DeHart 	
A D Patterson 	
W J Brandrith	
H E Shannon	
W E Buckingham ....
W J Harris	
R M Woodward 	
N T Baker	
A E Gale	
Agnes Deans Cameron
E P Venables	
E Nordschow	
W F Stewart	
Theo H Wiancko	
T McMillan	
EB King	
H G Reed 	
Prof ER Lake	
D Drummond	
Robt Thompson	
TTGadd	
Eev W E Dunham ....
H L Blanehard	
JRAnderson	
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Victoria Transfer Co .
G B Armstrong	
J H Cocking	
B C Express Co	
R A Kimpton	
Thos Costley	
A H Mace   	
C Blackwood	
Robt Draney	
Fitzgerald & Burke ...
H Bose	
W H Murray	
A F Venables	
J Shaw & Son	
D Haggan	
J F Smith	
Vernon Livery Stable .
C E King	
Mrs E Blygh    ....
Prof E A Bryan	
Brought forward ...
XIII.-MTSCELLANEOUS.-Com**»Me<?.
Vote No. 107.—In aid of Farmers' Institutes.--C(mt\nuec\.
Salary Secretary-Treasurer,
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Islands
Delta
Surrey
Langley
Richmond
Mission
Chilliwhack
Kent
Maple Ridge
Matsqui
Bella Coola
Lillooet
Alberni
Burrard
Spallumcheen
Okanagan
Kamloops
Salmon Arm
North Vancouver
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Expenses attending annual meeting Central Farr
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Allowance as Superintendent  12 months @ i
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Services as stenographer at annual meeting.
Apple Scab Bulletins, etc	
Carried forward.
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117 00
120 75
128 45
162 50
176 60
201 50
340 55
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219 50
62 00
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12 00
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103 25
4,936 10 85,843 15 B 142
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
*  cts.
Brouqht forward...
XIII.-MISCELLANEOUS.-ComMmwed.
D Spencer & Co, Ltd.
Houston & Sons	
C S Baxter	
Turner, Beeton & Co.
R Swinerton, Secretary
WHKeary, Secretary.
Sundry persons
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Capt H E Macdonnell
Lt J R Vicars	
Capt W J H Holmes .
Lt J A Brown	
Capt J R Tite, Secretary
Sidney L Roberts,PLS.
Vote No. 107.—In aid of Farmers' Institutes.— Concluded.
Felt for tables	
Books	
Duty and brokerage charges	
Freight, etc., on books from England     	
Vote No. 108.—B. C. Agricultural Association.
Grant in aid, for the year ending 30th June, 1905	
Vote No. 100.—Royal Agricultural and Industrial Society of B.C.
Grant in aid, for the year ending 30th June, 1905	
Vote No. 200.—Destruction of Wolves, Panthers and Coyotes.
A J Hill,
E B McKay,
J H McGregor,
J McKenzie,
A M Jones	
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375 coyotes,
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Kamloops,
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373 coyotes,
East Kootenay
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21 panthers,
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165 coyotes,
Nicola
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51 coyotes,
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12 panthers,
Cowichan
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178 coyotes,
Lillooet
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Vote No. 201.—In aid of Militia.
Grant in aid to 5th Regiment of Militia, Victoria	
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Vote No. 202.—In aid of Provincial Rifle Association.
Grant in aid for the year ending 30th June, 1905	
Vote No. 203—Board of Examiners, "Land Surveyors' Act."
Services as Secretary and Examiner
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Examination papers	
12 davs @ S10 ; expenses, 813.40
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4,936 10
2 40
1 22
5 25
22 50
235 00
235 00
80 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
85,843 15
2,000 00
2,000 00
1,000 00
592 05
103,757 17 5 Ed. 7       Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
B 143
TO WHOM PAID.
FOE WHAT SERVICE.
S   cts.
$  cts.
103,757 17
XIII.-MISCELLANEOUS.-Com«i»M*ed.
593 77
220 40
182 60
61 40
35 20
33 00
7 50
4 50
Thos G Earl	
Vote No. 204.—Board of Horticulture.
Services as Inspector and attending sundry meetings,  80 days @ $5 ; exp. $193.77
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Wm E Scott	
J R Anderson	
W J Brandrith	
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D S Curtis & Co	
Vote No. 205.—Lithographing Maps.
Vote No. 206.—Provincial Board of Health,.
1,138 37
Colonist P & P Co ...
C J Fagan, M.D	
4,084 15
480 00
120 00
209 65
110 00
15 00
15 00
27 00
20 00
147 00
140 00
186 25
90 00
115 00
120 00
18 00
15 00
102 50
40 00
105 00
25 00
35 00
35 00
15 00
24 65
10 00
85 00
10 76
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9 15
5 00
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1 50
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2 55
16 90
7 00
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13 50
1 00
8 00
10 00
32 00
197 50
37 50
80 00
36 35
2 00
20 00
6 20
166 15
103 80
80 00
M F Nuttall	
do     Sanitary Inspector, 6 months @ 810; 5           ,i          20; expenses 849.65
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J W Cross, MD	
R R Robinson, M D...
do                            ii                                              Wilmer	
Wm T Kergin, M D
C M Kingston, M D
J SBurris, MD	
E H S McLean, M D	
GAB Hall, M D	
J N Taylor, M D
HM Robertson, MD....
W J McGuigan, M D...
C A Elliott, M D	
R W Large, M D	
J E SJion,M D	
do                            ii                                              Bella Coola, Rivers I., etc
T A Wilson, M D	
FTUnderhill, M D.   . .
G W Thomas	
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F Haskell	
Reid & Co	
C B Hume & Co	
RE McKitrick	
M J Elliott 	
J A Gilker 	
Canada Drug & Book Co
E A Elliott	
W Pedder	
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7,401 00
105,617 54 B 144
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
R M Woodrow 	
M Silverton	
Indian Lucy	
Skeena River Com'ial Co
G Munro	
R Draney	
W M Tuttle	
Hudson's Bay Co	
Ft Steele Mercantile Co.
RE Beattie	
Atlin Claim	
Hudson's Bay Co	
Henderson Bros	
do       	
Bannerman & Lewis   ..
C M Mardon	
J Packard   	
Citv of Victoria	
Wah Yun & Co	
West End Grocery	
Fell & Co 	
City Grocery Co   	
R Porter & Sons	
D Spencer Co, Ltd	
Array &Navy Cloth St're
Geo Powell & Co	
Paterson Shoe Co	
Pichon & Lenfesty	
E G Prior & Co, Ltd ....
Sylvester Feed Co	
Swinerton & Oddy   	
Wm Munro	
Ian Mair 	
J McMoiran	
R Marrion	
A H Chambers	
Victoria Gas Co, Ltd
Burroughs, W illcome <
Wm Jackson & Co ... [Co
Parke, Davis Co	
The B Wilson & Co  	
Chas Roberts	
J ACarveth&Co	
Victoria Book & Staty Co
C M Cookson	
J H Chapman	
Eimer & Amend	
J P Burgess	
J T McDonald	
Victoria Mach'y Depot..
TNHibben & Co	
Victoria Transfer Co	
British Medical Journal.
American Public Health
H Carmichael .... [Asn
FrankS DeGrey	
Brought forward	
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Vote No. 206.—Provincial Board of Health.— Concluded,
typhoid fever,     Lytton 	
small-pox,
C Hill-Tout, Secretary .
Norman M Rose, Sec'y.
J S Burcham	
C H Smith & Co	
The Binner-Wells Co	
B C Photo-Engraving Co
Services as nurse,
Board and lodging, two nurses,
Cleaning, etc.,
Groceries, etc.,
Cleaning, etc.,
Services Str. "Swan,"
Compensation for furniture, etc., destroyed,
Groceries, etc.,
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Drugs, etc.,
Printing notices
Anti-toxine,
Vaccine,
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Livery hire for Medical Health Officer, n
Labour burying dead animal, n
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Sundry supplies, etc., re maintenance of Leper Colony
Groceries, etc., ti
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Felt and straw hats, h
Lamps, glasses, etc., u
Boots and shoes, 11
Razors, clippers, etc., n
Hardware, etc., n
Wheat,
Charter of steamer " Sadie " m
Services transporting Sanitary Inspector,       n
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Services as guard over n n
Photographs of n
Gas,
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Drugs, etc., ii
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Ice, ti
Books, ti
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Centifuger, ti
Filtering pump, etc., n
Alterations to shed, it
Vegetables, n
Fixtures for chemical laboratory, it
City map, n
Hack hire for Dr. Fagan, n
Subscription (to May, 1906), n
Annual dues to 31st December, 1904, it
Pain customs duty and cartage, n
Patrol service with launch, re Fraser River Canneries
Port Essington .
Bella Coola
Fernie
Isolat'n Hosp'l, Port Simpson
Cranbrook   ..
re garbage, etc., Atlin
Board of Health,     n
ii Morrissey
ii Greenwood
Grand Forks .
Alberni
Darcy Island .
Board of Health, Victoria
Vote No. 207.—Ethnological Society.
Grant in aid for year ending 30th June, 1905	
Vote No. 208—Canadian Forestry Association.
Grant in aid for year ending 30th June, 1905	
Vote No. 209.—Investigation of Life of Toung Salmon.
Salary as assistant to Superintendent 8 months @ $75; expenses $578.49
Photographs      	
Engravings	
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Carried forward.
63 50
51 00
2 50
8 20
9 00
50 00
115 00
15 55
57 71
52 85
6 00
28 65
19 50
49 90
6 00
5 00
5 00
372 72
80 20
76 95
8 63
1 80
16 07
17 00
6 26
27 90
11 75
7 lo
2 40
10 35
40 00
67 50
29 69
1 00
10 00
1 50
%i 20
217 68
21 50
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45 00
13 00
1 00
14 00
11 00
13 50
6 00
7 00
23 95
27 05
2 75
1 75
4 87
5 00
4 75
72 00
1,178 49
25 20
15 00
2 40
1,221 i
9,254 47
100 00
100 00
115,072 01 5 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905. B 145
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
*   cts.
$    cts.
F W Nolte & Oo	
Crawford & Stuart	
Northern Pacific Ex Co
Pay lists	
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F H Shepherd	
R G Drinnan	
J John 	
Thomas Budge	
E Pimbury	
Thos Crahan	
Ladysmith Checker Club
Fernie Free Press....
Vancouver Poultry Ass'n
Nanaimo do
Victoria Poultry & Pet
Stock Association ..
C J South, Secretary.
Corporation of Fernie.
Corp'n of Ladysmith..
Thermometers. .
Tyke netting.. .
Express charges .
Mrs H N Stewart..
Mrs C Keast.
Brought forward	
XIII.-MISCELLANEOUS.-C<m*i»M«*J.
Vote No. 200. —Investigation of Life of Young Salmon.—Concluded
Vote No. 210—Coal Miners' Examinations.
Examiners and Secretary,
do
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do
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do
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do
Sundry expenses attending meeting Board of Appointment, Fernie
do it it Nanaimo .
do ti ti n
do .. ii ii
Drawing ink, etc., re examination at Nanaimo	
Rent of hall, n Michel	
do ii Ladysmith 	
Printing ballots	
Nanaimo    Mine.
Coal Creek   n .
Morrissey      n -
Michel           it .
Extension     n .
Cumberland n .
Fernie           tt .
Wellington
Vote No. 211.—Poultry Shows.
Grant in aid for the year ending 30th June, 1905 .
do
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Vote No. 212.—Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
Grant in aid for the year ending SOth June, 1905    	
Vote No. 212a.—Refund of Licences and Taxes, Fcmie.
Proportion of real property tax   and liquor licences collected by Government]
during year 1904	
Vote No. 212b.—Refund of Licences and Taxes, Ladysmith.
Proportion of real property tax, liquor and trade licences, collected by Govern
ment during year 1904	
Vote No. 212c—Gratuity to widow of the late Wm. Stewart,
Nanaimo.
Gratuity of 3 months' salary .
Vote No. 212d.—Gratuity to tcidow of the late Arthur Keast,
Victoria.
Mrs Mary Byrn.
Chief Justice Hunter .
C B Maeneill	
D M Eberts, K C	
TOTownley	
A B Pottenger	
Eli Harrison	
FW Tiffin	
R LReid	
Gratuity of 3 months' salary   	
Vote No. 212e.—Gratuity to widow of the late J. S. Byrn, Victoria.
Gratuity of 3 months' salary 	
Vote No. 2l2f.—Revision of Rules of Court.
Services as Commissioner revising Supreme Court Rules,
do
1,221 09  115,072 01
9 00
64 00
437 00
240 00
230 00
240 00
190 00
480 00
350 00
30 00
152 00
81 20
79 70
18 75
1 85
3 00
5 00
9 00
200 00
200 00
do
do
do
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County Court Rules.
. expenses $64. i
Carried forward.
600 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
564 30
450 00
400 00
400 00
1,29
2,547 50
1,909 52
3,163 74
285 00
330 00
240 00
125,942 66 *
B 146           Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  ets.
$ cts.
A E Bull
3,914 30
400 00
400 00
850 00
152,942 66
XIII.-MISCELIiANEOUS.-CotttiMMed.
Vote No. 212f.—Revision of Rules of Court.— Concluded.
H P Barnard	
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Vote No. 212g.—Commission on Finances and Taxation.
R W Hannington	
DRKer	
5,064 30
250 00
328 00
100 00
388 00
Annie L Skinner, Pres ..
B C Mills T & T Co and
Vote No. 212/t.—Grant to Y. W. C. A., Vancouver.
1,066 00
1,000 00
Vote No. 212 j.—Compensation to Alex. Ewan for surrender of
Timber Lease, Creston.
Payment in full for relinquishing timber lease, dated 10th March, 1892, Lot 280,
7,000 00
Vote No. 213.—Miscellaneous (not detailed in Estimates).
57 50
199 35
77 50
137 75
40 00
76 00
n 50
70 00
25 00
50 00
58 00
64 41
14 00
13 90
25 70
SO 00
29 00
35 00
20 00
20 00
21 95
10 00
6 00
5 00
498 70
71 40
58 83
36 00
117 00
61 OS
22 50
12 00
42 00
12 75
15 75
15 00
15 00
3 00
5 25
180 00
6 00
60 00
34 85
58 50
43 00
23 75
2,498 92
do            	
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do               1              tt                                  Revelstoke	
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do                  2                ii                                       Ymir   	
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do                1               tt                                    Vancouver	
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do                  1                ti                                       Yale	
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City of Victoria	
do   Vancouver 	
do   New Westminst'r
do   Kamloops 	
do   Rossland	
do   Vernon	
do   Grand Forks	
do   Greenwood	
do                                                                ii          Vernon	
do   Cumberland ...
do   Lillooet 	
do                                                                ii           Cranbrook	
G M Shirley	
Trout Lake Water Co...
do
do
do
do           	
140,072 96 5 Ed. 7 Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905. B 147
Sundry persons.	
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J S Birnie	
J A Smith 	
Geo Findlay	
Annie Barnes	
J K Salter	
A McPherson	
C Booth	
C R Blake	
David Robson	
CW Calbick	
H Morey & Co	
J Muirhead	
W T Cooksley	
National Fresh Fish Co
P Tibbie	
A Douglas	
John Peck	
John Sprott	
Pioneer Laundry	
Vancouver Gas Co	
Geo 0 Madigan	
V J Straube	
EE Smith	
A F Wiggins	
Brought forward...
XIII- -!lISCELLANEOUS.-CoMH»«e<Z.
Vote No. 213.—Miscellaneous (not detailed in Estimates).—
Continued.
Cleaning, scrubbing, etc.
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Scavenging,
do
do
do
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do
do
do
do
do
Soap, towels, disinfectants, etc.,
do
do
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do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
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Janitor (11 months @ $30),
do     (11 .. 12),
do     (10 i, 5),
do     (12 ,, 4),
do      (11 .. 2.50),
do      (11 .. 4),
Extra janitor ( 1 month @ $60),
do (2o days     tt     1),
Paid for washing towels, etc.,
do
District maps,
Mounting n
Photographs,
Ice,
Labour cutting thistles,
Sundry repairs,
Paid transfer charges on test pump, etc.
Paid for map,
Washing towels, etc.,
Gas for illumination,
Paid transfer charges on test pump, etc.,
Making Yale keys,
Repairs to gutter,
Repairing and painting flagstaff,
Government Offices, Golden	
Yale	
Princeton	
New Denver	
Slocan	
Barkerville.......
Fairview	
Clinton	
Cumberland	
Creston	
Wilmer   	
Ashcroft	
Manson	
Port Simpson	
Lillooet	
Nicola	
Victoria	
Vancouver	
Fairview	
New Denver	
Duncan	
Cumberland 	
Ladysmith	
Vernon	
Fernie	
Nicola	
Victoria	
Vancouver .	
New Westminster
Nanaimo	
Rossland	
Nelson	
Greenwood	
Revelstoke	
Grand Forks	
Trout Lake	
New Denver 	
Kaslo 	
Camborne	
Cranbrook	
Kamloops .  	
Yale	
Vernon....    ....
Alberni.   	
Clinton	
Golden	
Princeton	
Telegraph Creek.
Atlin  	
Port Simpson  ...
Windermere....
Fairview	
Greenwood   	
Kaslo   	
Atlin  	
Vancouver 	
Nelson	
Trout Lake  	
Victoria 	
New Westminster .
2,498 92
Carried forward, .
37 00
16 60
16 25
10 00
9 75
9 00
9" 50
8 75
4 00
3 50
3 00
3 00
2 00
2 00
1 50
1 00
97 00
6 00
22 00
10 00
5 00
3 00
2 00
9 90
7 25
2 50
74 06
16 05
22 75
6 65
3 15
17 15
11 45
12 30
3 00
45
1 00
12 05
1 20
1 00
2 80
3 30
1 95
3 85
11
38 01
65
5
10 35
1 00
50
3 55
330 00
132 00
50 00
48 00
27 50
44 00
60 00
28 00
13 50
8 00
17 75
4 50
10 00
6 70
7 00
3 00
3 25
1 40
6 20
75 75
15 80
3 60
4 00
7 00
140,072 96
3,972 491 140,072 ! B 148
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
$   cts
E Lipsett	
Mainland Transfer Co
W Pedder	
Thos Cunningham ...
Peacock Bros	
Fidelity Inter'nal Agency
Dominion Express Co...
E A Hoskin	
J Leask	
Jesse Sage.	
H M Customs	
A Sutherland	
Cit> of Nelson	
Neison Dailv News	
C D Blackwood	
J R Martin	
P McQuade & Son	
A C Hamilton 	
J Henderson	
J McVittie	
W Alexander	
W Moffatt	
J Dolmage	
Wm Baumber	
J Kirkup	
W D Wilson	
T G Challoner	
Hugh O'Neil	
FW Pretty	
Dixon & Schulz	
do 	
J Tallmire	
J J McKenna	
G F Doherty 	
P Gabrio	
White Pass & Yukon Ry.
E B Marvin &Co	
L Norris	
D F Tremandau	
J A McKelvie	
J F Smith	
W McGuire	
P S Lampman	
Wm Dodd   	
Indian Long Jim	
ANeidig 	
P McQuade & Son	
S Shannon	
F Mummery   	
McLennan, McFeely & Co
Hudson's Bay Co	
WFMcCautly	
P McQuade & Son	
F E Archer	
J A Nicol	
Mary Stenson	
Mrs T Home	
Jno Hyland	
JR Bell	
L C Barnes	
N Beaulieu	
McLennan, McFeely & Co
E Rostan   	
Nanaimo Free Press	
B C Mining Exchange ..
Daily Times	
Daily Colonist	
The Columbian Co, Ltd.
Vancouver Province	
Rossland Miner	
News-Advertiser.. .[view
World's Paper Trade-Re-
Manitoba Free Press	
Cumberland News	
Winnipeg Commercial ..
The Week, Victoria	
Brought forward	
XIII.-MISCELLANEOUS.-ConSmMet?.
Vote No. 213.—Miscellaneoxis (not detailed in Estimates).—
Continued.
Labour taking down awnings,   Government Offices,
Expressage, m
Sawdust, ii
Paid typewriting, etc., 11
Patent anemometers, n
Miners' safety lamps, n
Express charges on miners' safety lamps,        n
Hauling fire engine, re bush fires, n
Hauling coal, m m
Washing towels, etc., m
Duty, ti
Paid transfer charges on test pump, etc.,       n
Sewer rental, n
Binding books, n
Paid washing towels, etc., ti
Paid typewriting, etc., n
Canadian ensign, m
Sawdust and ice, n
Making and setting up flagstaff, n
Iron bands for n n
Repairing clocks, n
do ii
Labour cutting thistles, n
do    digging well, »
Paid labour shovelling snow, n
Removing old office (per contract), n
Cleaning clocks, 11
Washing towels, m
Whitewash brush, n
Fares and meals of men fighting bush fires,   m
Labour moving safe, etc., n
Repairing flags, m
Expenses transferring office receipts, Wells to
Repairing drain, etc., n
do       pump, M
Freight, n
Canadian ensign, n
Paid printing, typewriting, etc., n
Labour cutting thistles, n
Services taking inventory, n
Washing towels, m
Cleaning chimneys, m
B C Reports,
Paid repairs to fence, etc., n
Labour shovelling snow, n
do   setting up flagstaff, n
Canadian ensign, n
District maps, n
Labour cutting thistles, n
Hose, couplings, etc., n
Wharfage, 11
Painting and repairing flagstaff, 11
Canadian ensign, m
do
Labour cleaning yard, n
Services as stenographer, h
Repairing flag, n
Screws, files, etc., n
Services removing dead animal, n
do u i.
Repairing water pipes, n
Hose, couplings, etc., u
Cancelling punch, n
Subscription, n
do Bureau of Information   	
do
Vancouver
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Atlin
Kamloops
Yale "
Fort Steele
Trout Lake
ii
Port Simpson
Barkerville
Poplar
Fairview   .   	
Kaslo	
Revelstoke	
Telegraph Creek.
Nicola	
Penticton	
Clinton	
Lillooet	
Ladysmith	
Nanaimo	
Carried forward.
3,972 49
63
14
4
15
12
6
1
15
40
7
14
3
15
17
47
4
1
1
5
3
4
125
3
1
1
39
10
10
10
48
6
12
12
15
1
1
5
20
7
11
3
1
3
38
1
37
8
7
6
4
1
6
1
11
100
4
10
4,954 87 140,072 5 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
B 149
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
$   cts.
Sandon Standard	
Pacific Rural Press ..
Gr'd Forks News-Gazette
New Denver Ledge .
The Kootenaian	
Kootenay Mail 	
Poplar Nugget	
Vernon News	
Lardeau Mining Review.
Northwest Horticulturist
B C Lumberman	
Fruit World Pub Co ....
Daily Times	
Daily Colonist	
B C Mining Exchange...
Engineering News	
Engin'g & Min'g Journal.
Lardeau Mining Review.
Vancouver Province ....
Canadian Min'g Review.
Vancouver World	
Slocan Drill   	
Nelson Economist	
Northwest Farm & Home
Inland Sentinel	
Farmers' Advocate 	
American Gardening....
Plant World	
News-Advertiser 	
The Iron Age	
Engineering News ......
Canadian Architect and
Builder	
Kamloops Standard	
Montreal Trade Review .
Canadian Engineer	
Gr'd Forks News-Gazette
Daily Times	
Daily Colonist  	
News-Advertiser 	
The Columbian Co, Ltd.
Vancouver Province .  ..
Kamloops Standard	
do 	
The Iron Age    ...
Scientific American	
Daily Colonist	
do 	
The Columbian Co, Ltd.
London Economist	
News- Advertiser	
Kamloops Standard	
do 	
Ashcroft Journal	
The Columbian Co, Ltd.
National Review	
London Times	
Rossland Miner	
Toronto Globe	
Canadian Gazette	
Financial Times 	
The Kootenaian 	
Whitall, Tatum & Co....
H M Customs 	
J Heaney	
H P Johnson 	
W A Stewart	
F G LaPenotier	
Robert Piper	
JT Bramwell	
H de Mellin	
Wm E Scott	
R Layritz	
The Melrose Co, Ltd	
Sprague Lumber Co	
Thomson Studios	
Brought forward...
XTII.-SIISCELLANEOUS.-Co«M»wed.
Vote No. 213.—Miscellaneous (not detailed in Estimates).-
Continued.
Bureau of Mines .
Subscription, Bureau of Information
do
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do
do
do
do
do
do
do
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do
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do
do
do
do
do
do
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do
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do
do
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Agricultural Department.
Provincial Secretary's Office
Attorney-General's Office .
Lands and Works Department .
Legislative Library.   .
Treasury Department.
Agent General's Office, London.
do
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do
do
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do
do
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do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
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do
do
do
do
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Museum
Duty on
Expressage     ti
Services compiling statistics
do
do
do
do
do
Samples of fruit fo
do
Cloth signs,
Lumber for stands, etc.,
Framed pictures,
jars,
Agricultural Department
Winnipeg and Brandon Exhibitions,
Carried forward.
4,954 87
4 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
4 50
5 10
50 00
5 00
5 00
4 00
3 85
3 00
9 00
6 00
4 60
4 00
4 00
3 00
1 50
1 25
5 00
5 00
5 00
6 00
2 00
2 00
1 00
1 00
9 00
10 20
15 00
6 00
6 00
2 00
2 00
5 00
7 00
2 56
10 20
16 00
10 62
10 00
2 00
4 00
4 00
6 00
4 85
33 46
14 20
11 24
7 76
3 64
2 50
704 09
345 75
6 00
25 00
40 00
25 00
21 00
18 00
10 00
4
2 40
5 00
20 92
37 75
140,072 96
6,589 10 140,072 96 B 150
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
A J Woodward	
Edwards Bros	
Wadds Bros	
L P Muirhead  	
W A Martel & Sons	
Czerwinski Box Co	
Clarke & Pearson	
A W Mumford	
Victoria Transfer Co ...
W J Brandrith	
Weiler Bros	
Wm O Davis	
B C Pho-Engraving Co..
Simon Leiser & Co	
Hickman, Tye Hdw Co .
Prof Frank T Shutt	
American Forestry Ass'n
J R Anderson	
R M Palmer   	
E B Marvin & Co	
Keuffel & Essen Co 	
H M Customs 	
Leeming & Co   	
Northern Pac Express Co
Wells, Fargo Co	
P B Symes	
Fleming Bros 	
F W Nolte & Co 	
TN Hibben &Co....
Victoria Truck & Dray Co
BC Photo-Eng Co..'...
C J Fagan, M D	
Victoria Transfer Co ...
H W E Canavan	
Canadian Pac Railway Co
T N Hibben & Co	
Victoria Transfer Co	
Sterling' & Pitcairn	
PR Stewart	
Summerland Fruit Co...
Coldstream Ranch	
Thos G Earl	
Can Pac Ry	
Grand Central Ry	
Dominion S S Line	
London &N W Ry	
Goldburg&Co ..'	
Globe Express Co	
Thos Meadows	
Midland Railway	
Dominion Express Co...
Crystal Palace   	
C S Baxter	
Muirhead & Mann	
Welch, Fry & Skelton   ..
Guardian Assurance Co.
W H Smith & Sons	
Gresham Pub Co	
Eyre & Spottiswoode	
L^Bulger	
Herbert Green	
P Newton & Co	
Straker Bros..   	
Parkins & Gotts	
E G Wood 	
Royal Horticultural Socy
Collector of Taxes ....
J H Turner	
T N Hibben & Co	
FRichter& Co	
F W Carlyon	
F Crake 	
T N Hibben & Co ....
S Baxter	
Muirhead & Mann ....
Hickman, Tye Hdw Co
Brought forward...
XIII.-MISCELLANE0US.-Oo«,*t^te^.
Vote No. 213.—Miscellaneous (not detailed in Estimates),—
Continued.
Carnations for Winnipeg and Brandon Exhibition, Agricultural Department
Photographs,
do
do
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Picture cases,
Containers for samples of soil,
Books,
Conveyance of Judges, expressage, etc.,
Labour, etc., packing exhibits,
do ..
Labour moving exhibits,
Engravings,
Seeds,
Pruning knife,
Photographic materials,
Annual dues for 1905,
Paid sundry travelling expenses,
Paid sundry expenses re exhibitions at Winnipeg, Brandon, etc.,
Canadian Ensign, Lands and Works Department
Surveying instruments,
Duty on i<
Brokerage on     n
Express on n
do ,1
Steel Standard Measures,
Photographs,
Thermometers,
Maps,
Cartage,
Engravings, Provincial Board of Health
Paid sundry expenses inspecting hog ranches, n
Hack hire (Dr. Fagan), h
Maps of Atlin District, showing mineral claims, Bnreau of Mines	
Freight on Mines Reports, n 	
Mounted map, M 	
Hack hire (Superintendent Eaton), Educational Department	
Sample specimens of fruit, Agent-General's Office, London
do
do
do
do
Freight on exhibits,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Rent of hall for exhibits,
Customs duty and brokerage,
Spruce boxes for pamphlets,
Electric fittings,
Insurance on office furniture,
Sundry newspapers,
do     books,
do        ii
Mineographing,
Mounting maps,
Printing labels, etc.,
do
Photographs,
Lantern slides,
Annual dues, 1905,
Income tax, J. H. Turner,
Sundry office expenses, extra papers, charity, etc.
Books,
Photographs,
do
Engraving,
Navy Lists, etc.,
Paid transfer charges on test pump, etc.,
Crates and cases,
Padlocks,
Bureau of Information.
Lieutenant-Governor's Office .
Boiler Inspector's Office.
Travelling Library	
Carried forward .
6,589 10
140,072 96
12 00
11 00
3 50
4 50
9 60
9 25
3 50
3 00
50 10
29 10
52 45
4 00
7 20
3 00
1 65
13 50
2 00
6 35
543 80
12 50
113 65
31 85
2 10
80
1 50
96 00
26 85
3 50
2 25
3 50
24 25
16 00
5 50
800 00
15 55
3 00
3 00
36 00
17 75
14 50
10 50
41 25
73 12
87 12
63 35
14 47
11 40
8 42
27 05
3 34
31 39
97 00
32 36
28 25
4 00
2 43
5 15
6 06
2 85
5 33
6 43
6 69
4 24
8 24
6 66
10 19
236 52
665 24
63 00
4 50
1 75
20 00
5 25
49 65
140 00
5 83
0,377 68
140,072 96 5 Ed. 7           Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
B 151
TO WHOM PAID.
FOB WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
$   cts.
10,377 68
3 00
10 18
16 68
313 00
70 00
103 00
81 50
15 25
2 90
13 50
11 10
19 74
4 00
14 00
30 00
19 65
85 16
24 00
2 50
40 00
25 25
92 96
105 00
31 50
26 55
47 94
28 00
28 00
20 45
1 00
2 00
3 09
112 00
197 00
25 50
10 00
11 00
6 00
6 00
85 55
20 50
6 50
3 00
6 76
42 50
150 00
86 00
200 00
150 00
80 00
42 75
11 50
264 00
29 90
1,000 00
500 00
1,000 00
500 00
660 00
191 76
660 00
550 00
180 00
300 00
300 00
71 90
205 38
286 43
239 51
100 00
140,072 96
XIII.-MISCELLANEOUS.-Com*i»Mte<J.
Vote No. 213.—Miscellaneous (not detailed in Estimates).—
Continued.
Duty on engravings,                                   Fisheries Department	
Royal Horticultural Socy
Harrison & Sons	
Henderson Pub Co	
I Holmes	
W H Phillipps	
Colonial Office Lists,                                  Provincial Secretary's' Department	
B. C. Gazetteers,                                        Various Departments and Offices	
Washing towels,                                                                    n                             	
Engraving and embossing seals,                                       t,                           	
Budget speech (4,000 copies),                                              n                               	
Making keys,                                                                    n                           	
do                                                                                     „                             	
Lettering signs,                                                                     n                             	
Repairing and installing lights,                                          ,t                             	
Lumber and glass,                                                                 n                             	
Sawdust,                                                                                 t.                             	
Canadian ensign,                                        Court House, Victoria	
Royal Coat of Arms,                                             u                  n           	
News-Advertiser	
J Barnsley & Co	
The Melrose Co, Ltd....
The Hinton Electric Co .
Muirhead & Mann	
WS Beckwith	
E B Marvin & Co	
B 0 Electric Ry Co
J W Bland	
W H Bullock-Webster...
FTatham & E Lewis	
Labour cleaning front steps, etc.,            Parliament Buildings, Victoria	
L Haf er	
Muirhead & Mann	
E B Marvin & Co	
Hauling                  it                                                       ii                       tt          ....
W B Bailey & Co	
McDonald,McGillivrayCo
H E Morton	
Hopkins Carnation Co ..
B C Electric Ry Co
Refreshments furnished, re reception to Lord and Ladv Minto,      ,t       	
Flowers                  n                     n                                m                       m       	
W Allen	
W H Spurrier
Victoria Transfer Co	
WS Beckwith	
Frank Sampson	
Annie McDowell	
J M Mutter	
W J Halliday	
Gratuity upon retirement from office as Supt. of Juvenile
Gratuity upon retirement from office as Instructor of
Hauling                             n                                it                         t,
B C Electric Ry Co
Wm Drury	
Royal Agr & Indus Soc'y
Committtee of  Management Fat Stock Co ...
Kamloops Agricult'lAss'n
Bridge Celebration Oom-
[mittee
Royal Inland Hospital ..
Colonist P & P Co
E T H Simpkins	
Deputy Min of Finance..
Alex McLeod	
Alert Bay Saw Mill
RFTolmie	
Contribution towards celebration of  opening Fraser River bridge, New West-
Gratuity upon retirement from office as Registrar, Nelson, (equal to 6 months
(8 8110)	
Reimbursement  for dishonoured cheque Jno.  E.   Colman,  remitted by Mining
Trip steamer Evangeline, Alert Bay to Kingcome Inlet (12 months @ 825) 	
City of Victoria	
Great Northern Ex Co..
Munic'py of Coquitlam..
R E Gosnell	
Sundry supplies, etc., furnished Darcy Island Leper Colony	
Expressage on books for advertising re Canadian Commission St. Louis, Mo	
Taxes on Lots 22, 23, 60, 170 and 305, Group 1, N. W. D           	
19.899 00
140,072 96 B 152
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
S  cts.
Brought forward	
HH.-MISCELLANEOUS.—Continued.
Tourist Association..
Wm Maxwell	
W JMcGuigan, M D.
Jas Lytle	
H Oglestone	
Barnie & Lapiere
Hugh Dixon	
D W Smith	
R Evans 	
A H Lomas	
Pav list	
HG Low	
Jos Dunn — .
E Nesbitt	
J Deacon	
Geo Rowed	
Philip Oben   	
R R Cameron 	
C Townsend	
Samuel Webb 	
J Potter	
H C Drummond   	
F R Bickett	
J Davies	
D McGlashan	
H M Laing	
A McCrimmon 	
R Pope 	
R A Nicholson	
A Harvey	
Thos Harvey    .
W Harvey	
Ed Column 	
C L Thomet	
JE McMillan..
A O'Connor ...
C HF Blake...
J Mellon	
H O Wellburn .
James Orr	
George Cowan .
David Robson .
David Withrow
D Whiteside...
J H Turner
do
do
do
Hannah Jobson...
Emma Jobson . .,
A H MacNeill, K C
AC Gait	
Tupper & Griffin ..
Clement & Spence
Corporation of Enderby.
do Kelowna.
do Salmon Arm,
do        Trail
Vote No. 213-—Miscellaneous (not detailed in Estimates).
Concluded.
Contribution re shipment of exhibits to Portland Fair.
Services inspecting brands re "Cattle Act".
Professional services inspecting Scott's piggery, Vancouver	
Labour removing Government office, Windermere to Wilmer	
do ii ii 	
do .. n 	
Witness fees and expenses re Dick investigation, Nanaimo	
Freight, etc., on furniture, Quesnel to 150-Mile	
Board and lodging 6 Indians, re search for children lost near Nanaimo .
Fares of Indians n n
Labour       n n n
do      searching for Louis Baldec, missing, East Kootenay	
body of A. Anderson, drowned in Trout Lake	
do
„
body
do
do
W. M
do
,,
do
do
do
righting hush fires
;,
do
M
do
It
Paid labour
11
_,abou
11
do
ii
do
It
do
II
do
II
do
II
do
i.
do
11
do
M
do
||
do
II
Horse hire
II
W. Miller, missing, Quesnel .
Central Park....
Kaslo	
Hastings  	
Grand Forks	
Cumberland	
Telegraph Creek.
Fernie 	
Greenwood.
Minto School.
Midway .
Vote No. 214.—Superannuation.
Superannuation allowance  12 months @ §50
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
.12
.12
12
.12
.12
.12
. 2
. 3
.  1
26
25
25
25
30
20
60
25
30
Vote No. 215.—Agent-General's Office, London.
Agent-General 12 months @ §500
Paid salaries of staff and clerical assistance	
do   stamps, telegrams and general office expenses	
do   rent for the 15 months ending 24th June, 1905	
No Vote.—Interest on Suitors' Fand Deposits.
Interest on 8995.00, re Ira Wilson Estate	
do „ „ 	
do 125.00,      Plummer vs. Snow	
do ., .. 	
do 150.00,      King vs. Wilson	
do 69.00,     Tavlor vs. Hunter et al.
19,899 00
250 00
18 75
10 00
4 50
1 50
1 00
8 45
67 50
16 50
8 40
36 00
45 00
5 66
5 65
8 00
24 00
35 00
6 00
5 00
2 75
7 00
13 40
10 00
2 50
4 50
4 12
2 75
2 75
1 50
16 50
5 00
44 00
2 25
4 50
140,172 !
No Vote.—Refund of Taxes to Municipalities.
Refund of proportion of real estate tax and licence fees.
do ,t it
do ii i,
do ii it
Carried forward
COO 00
300 00
300 00
300 00
300 00
360 00
240 00
120 00
75 00
30 00
6,000 00
2,196 98
184 07
1,464 14
1,069 69
1,000 14
951 25
336 21
2,625 00
1,845 19
3,357 29
176,528 42 5 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
B 153
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$  cts.
t  cts.
H Mortimer-Lamb	
Agnes Deans Cameron ..
E Jacobs 	
W W Clarke   	
R E Gosnell	
F J Russell	
W T Cookslev	
E L Kirkland	
G A Calbick	
A W Lane	
A A Lane	
G Murakami 	
M Wakimoto	
Rev G Kabaragi	
FAR Mountain	
H Glover 	
R Gidley	
F C Johnson	
F W Sussenitch	
Thos R Wilson	
Thos Anderson 	
B C Photo-Eng Co	
Angell, Pumfrey Eng Co.
Fleming Bros	
A Murchie    	
Edwards Bros	
R H Trueman   	
Steele & Co	
Wadds Bros	
Boyce & Willets	
L j Thomson	
Jos Sommer  	
Victoria Transfer Co ....
Kennedy & Quirt	
Great Northern Railway
H M Customs	
OT Goldsmith	
D Campbell 	
W H Bullock-Webster ..
R M Palmer	
Muirhead & Mann 	
B C Mining Exchange ..
TNHibbben& Co	
EB Marvin* Co	
Brought forward	
XIII. -MISCELLANEOUS.—Concluded.
Vote No. 216.—Immigration.
Services rendered preparing articles for Bureau of Information
do it ti
do compiling statistics, etc., n
do ti ti
do during absence of Secretary,       ti
Salary as Deputy Immigration Officer  7 months @ 865 ;
do
do
do
do
Assisting n
Services as Japanese Interpreter
do tt
Interpreter  	
4 mos @ i
days   @
expenses, S 55.84
0; n 268.20
5: ,, 219
5; i, 26
2.50; ,, 20.50
2.50 ; ,t 10.70
  68 days @$2.50
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
watchman, Str '' Empress of India ".
1
27J
10
ti Str. " Athenian"        8£
Special Constable  13
  14
Engravings, etc	
do 	
Photographs, etc	
do 	
do ...:	
do 	
do 	
do 	
do 	
Lantern slides, etc	
Framing and mounting pictures, etc	
Hack hire and expressage for Immigration Officers	
Livery hire n 	
Freight	
Duty.
Sundry meals furnished deputies	
Paid sundry expenses as special constable
do ti
Paid freight charges on bulletins	
Cases and crates for exhibits	
Extra copies for distribution	
Sundry books	
Rope   	
150 00
15 00
160 00
25 00
100 00
510 84
688 20
349 00
91 00
33 00
25 70
170 00
99 00
24 00
3 00
82 50
30 00
24 00
25 50
39 00
42 00
383 25
62 40
316 80
19 50
17 60
10 00
6 00
3 50
4 00
68 87
72 50
31 25
102 00
8 00
21 90
9 00
5 00
5 50
45 73
47 25
20 00
2 10
1 28
176,528 42
3,940 17
1,468 59
J.  A.
Audit Office,
1st December, 1905.
ANDERSON,
Auditor-General.  5 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
B 155
APPROPRIATION   AND   EXPENDITURE
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED 30th JUNE, 1905.
STATEMENT of Appropriation and Expenditure from 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905;
showing also the sums unexpended and over-expended.
No
of
Vote.
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
SERVICE.
I,—Public Debt.
Interest	
Sinking Fund	
Premium and Exchange	
Discount and Commission	
redemption of Debentures	
II.—Civil Government (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 of Freight Rates and Supervisor of Agriculture
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. Ladysmith Agency  	
Do. Alberni Agency	
Do. Comox Agency	
Do. Nanaimo Agency	
Do. New Westminster Agency	
Do. East Kootenay Agencies	
Do. West Kootenay Agencies	
Do. Cariboo Agencies	
Do. Cassiar Agencies	
Do. Kamloops Agency	
Do, Vernon Agency	
Do. Fairview Agency	
Do. Clinton Agency	
Do. Ashcroft Agency	
Do. Nicola Agency	
Do. Similkameen Agency	
Temporary Assistance	
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	
IV.—Legislation.
Sessional Salaries	
Indemnity to Members	
Mileage	
Registration of Voters	
Expenses of Elections	
Contingent Fund	
V.—Public Institutions (Maintenance).
Printing Office,        Victoria   	
Bureau of Mines, n         ,	
Provincial Museum,      ,,	
Hospital for the Insane, New Westminster and Vernon
Provincial Home, Kamloops	
Fish Hatchery, Seton Lake 	
Total
Appropriation
$393,623 93
156,050 38
3,600 00
6,705 00
110,000 00
668,979 31
1,500 00
1,953 35
14,320 00
20,960 00
25,660 00
26,680 00
10,060 00
29,280 00
1,800 00
5,580 00
2,160 00
7,140 00
2,850 00
2,580 00
4,140 00
1,200 00
1,200 00
1,140 00
1,200 00
3,540 00
12,840 00
11,890 00
25,020 00
6,480 00
9,960 00
3,960 00
3,780 00
2,340 00
2,940 00
2,280 00
1.200 00
1,080 00
7,000 00
255,713 35
27,775 00
5,500 00
60,000 00
2,660 00
5,712 00
5,676 00
3.612 00
4,632 00
4,632 00
120,199 00
3,195 00
33,600 00
7,200 00
2,500 00
1,000 CO
1,500 00
48,995 00
49,820 00
4,000 00
3,220 00
78,550 00
13,310 00
12,150 00
161,050 00
Total
Expenditure.
8393,623 93
162,957 33
3,909 28
5,693 88
110,000 00
676,184 42
1,431
1,953
14,150
20,071
25,623
26,330
10,060
29,280
4,642
1,996
7,140
2,834
2,580
3,968
1,200
1,100
1,140
1,200
3,540
12,714
11,828
24,192
5,730
9,960
3,960
3,780
2,340
2,910
2,230
1,200
1,080
8,374
25,529 66
4,866 65
59,629 65
2,497 50
5,682 00
5,676 00
2,310 00
4,632 00
4,632 00
115,455 46
3,115 00
33.464 00
6,619 00
609 65
404 30
1,382 12
45,653 97
50,393 63
4,000 35
3,388 36
77,893 99
12,746 83
12,219 99
Unexpended.
309 28
11 12
11 12
7,216 23
68 65
170 00
889 00
37 00
350 00
1,800 00
937 50
165 00
15 50
171 60
100 00
126 00
61 30
827 50
750 00
50 00
6,619 05
2,245 34
633 35
370 35
162 50
30 00
1,302 00
4,743 54
80 00
136 00
581 00
1,890 45
535 70
117 88
3,341 03
656 01
564 17
160,642 15
1,220 18
Over-
Expended.
573 63
35
168 36
69 99
812 33 B 156
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
No
of
Vote.
62
63
64
65
66
67
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
76A
76B
76o
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
91
92
93
94
95
SERVICE.
VI.—Hospitals and Charities.
Grants to Hospitals 	
Refuge Home, Victoria	
Alexandra Home, Vancouver	
In aid of Resident Physician, West Coast, Vancouver Island .
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
112a
112b
112c
113
114
115
180
No vote.
Do. do. Quesnel .
Do. do. Salt Spring Island .   	
Do. do. 150-Mile House	
Do. do. Mission City	
Do. do. Trout Lake	
Do. do. South Okanagan	
Do. do. Windermere District	
Do. do. Atlin   	
Do. do. Port Essington 	
Do. do. Port Simpson	
Do. do. Hazelton	
Do. do. Denman and Hornby Islands
Do. do. Camborne	
Do. do. Clinton	
Do. do. Princeton	
Grant in aid to Charitable Institutions .
In aid of destitute poor and sick	
Assistance towards building hospitals .
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 and Blind
Capitation Grant	
Grants to High Schools	
Teachers' Salaries and Incidental Expenses .
IX.—Transport.
Charges on Remittances	
Travelling Expenses of Officers on duty
XI.—Revenue Services.
Commission, Courts of Appeal, Travelling Exps., Miscellaneous
XII.—Public Works.
Works and Buildings.
Repairs to Government Buildings throughout the Province..
Hospital for the Insane  	
Furniture for Government Offices throughout the Province.
Improvement and care of Government Grounds, Victoria ...
Do. Governm't Reserves (various districts)
Court House, Vancouver (repairs and care of grounds)	
Industrial School and Boys' Home, Vancouver	
Gaols throughout the Province	
Lock-up, Morrissey 	
Do.     Fernie	
Look-ups throughout the Province	
Public Schools throughout the Province	
Government House, Victoria (re-vote)	
Fish ladder, Quesnel Lake dam (re-vote)	
Trout Lake office, vault (re-vote)	
Dykes (maintenance), appropriation, 8,23,000.   The amount ex^
pended, $23,607.32, is eliminated from Works and Buildings.
and charged against the various Dyking District Lands   ...
Protection Bank, Lardeau River, at Trout Lake City	
Protection Road and Dvke, Comox	
Contingencies (total appropriation, 832,000, less $31,234.88 for
Roads, Streets and Bridges)	
Purchase of lots for Normal School, Vancouver	
Total
Appropriation
$78,500 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
300 00
200 00
500 00
300 00
600 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
250 00
300 00
166 65
150 00
500 00
9,000 00
2,000 00
8,166
18,000 00
8,000 00
4,000 00
1,000 00
22,000 00
2,000 00
15,000 00
20,000 00
2,000 00
5,500 00
5,000 00
4,000 00
106,500 00
7,690 00
10,180 00
5,600 00
4,000 00
163,200 00
9,300 00
249,576 00
449,546 00
2,000 00
25,000 00
27,000 00
21,000 00
5,000 00
8,900 00
5,000 00
3,000 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
11,178 00
4,000 00
1,500 00
1,800 00
3,000 00
46,500 00
700 00
1,607 00
869 00
Total
Expenditure.
$78,971 90
1,000 00
1,000 00
500 00
349 14
500 00
500 00
300 00
200 00
500 00
300 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
600 00
250 00
50 00
166 65
150 00
500 00
9,229 14
20,240 80
8,879 74
3,127 17
22,654 62
2,021 00
14,575 77
20,301 04
1,933 33
5,650 00
4,351 44
4,451 96
108,186 87
10,389 83
5,598 89
3,739 70
163,169 37
9,500 00
232,908 60
433,945
17
1,912 48
25,836 44
27,748
92
22,094
96
2,000 00
3,000 00
100,819 12
5,220 63
8,902 09
5,229 46
2,894 34
1,071 65
628 32
11,179 32
3,136 40
541 56
1,659 14
2,868 05
46,203 13
682 28
1,605 74
869 00
2,000 15
2,849 41
765 12
5,824 20
104,129 99
Unexpended.
Over-
Expended.
$471 90
150 86
2,000 00
2,400
872 83
1,000 00
424 23
"mm
1 11
260 30
30 63
87 52
106 66
'37168'
863 60
958 44
140 86
131 95
296 87
17 72
1 26
229 04
701 04
2,240 80
879 74
654 62
21 00
301 04
150 00
451 96
209 83
836 44
1,094 96
220 63
2 09
229 46
71 65
"i'32
15
6,824 20
6,349 50 5 Ed. 7 Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905. B 157
No.
of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Total
Appropriation
Total
Expenditure.
Unexpended.
Over-
Expended.
XII.—Public Works.—Continued.
Parliament Buildings, Victoria.
2,500 00
2,500 00
orised
by Act.
Government House,  Victoria.
800 00
2,000 00
1,000 00
600 00
150 00
864 61
1,228 22
234 97
600 00
151 90
64 61
771 78
765 03
118
119
120
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.
1 90
4,550 00
3,079 70
1,536 81
66 51
121
3,800 00
6,000 00
5,000 00
2,500 00
5,500 00
1,200 00
6,500 00
6,500 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
2,400 00
6,600 00
9,500 00
7,000 00
10,000 00
10,000 00
6,600 00
9,000 00
7,500 00
9,000 00
2,500 00
5,000 00
9,500 00
6,000 00
8,000 00
8,000 00
6,000 00
5,000 00
6,000 00
5,000 00
1,000 00
2,000 00
2,000 00
2,000 00
1,500 00
20,000 00
10,000 00
888 00
3,000 00
5,600 00
7,000 00
7,000 00
2,500 00
2,000 00
3,000 00
13,000 00
5,000 00
200 00
100 00
200 00
9(10 00
600 00
600 00
600 00
300 00
300 00
300 00
600 00
500 00
2,500 00
31,234 88
3,781 61
5,020 04
4.995 90
2,510 49
5.498 75
1,199 76
6,468 49
6.499 00
377 47
997 18
2,392 85
6,589 00
9,629 40
6.983 34
10,001 15
10,009 31
6,600 75
8.998 24
7,461 46
8,894 99
2,492 42
4.999 96
9.501 36
5,037 30
7,834 79
7.996 74
5.998 25
5,001 98
4.999 78
5,000 29
1,000 00
1.984 45
1,938 85
2,032 29
1.500 00
20,076 23
9,211 60
887 08
3,011 17
5,534 57
6,144 55
6,592 09
1,035 20
2,000 28
2,998 97
12,908 91
5,018 45
200 00
100 00
200 00
900 00
500 00
600 00
600 62
300 00
300 00
326 68
600 00
500 00
2,500 00
31,236 73
18 39
122
20 04
123
The Islands          „       	
4 10
10 49
125
1 25
26
31 51
1 00
622 53
2 82
7 15
11 00
16 66
126
128
129
131
132
133
Richmond             ,p                                   n                             	
129 40
134
135
1 15
136
9 31
137
Yale                       ii
75
138
1 76
38 54
105 01
7 68
04
139
143
1 36
37 30
145
146
165 21
3 26
1 76
147
148
1 98
149
22
29
151
152
15 55
61 15
153
154
32 29
155
156
76 23
157
788 40
92
157a
158
11 17
34 57
855 45
407 91
1,404 80
162
28
Foot-bridge attached to C.P.R. bridge, Columbia R., Revelstoke
1 03
91 09
166
18 45
167
Do.           Fraser River, Churn Creek, Lillooet        District
Do.                     ii           Soda Creek,    Cariboo           n
Do.          Thompson River, at Savonas, Kamloops     n
Do.                               ii            Spence's Bridge, Yale      n
Do.           Fraser River, 20-Mile Post, Lillooet             n
Do.                     „           Big Bar,              „                   „
Do.                      ,,           Earl's,            Yale                   „
100 00
173
174
62
175
176
177
26 68
178
178a
180
Do.         Steamboat service, Revelstoke to Death Rapids ...
Contingencies (total appropriation, $23,000, £es.s'$765.12for Works
1 85
Surveys
300,922 88
296,510 76
4,826 33
414 21
179
12,000 00
6,534 03
45,203 46
5,465 97
New Westminster Bridge.
Act
45,203 46 B 158
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
No.
of
Vote.
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
212a
212b
212c
212D
212E
212P
212a
212H
212J
213
214
215
No Vote
216
SERVICE.
XIII.—Miscellaneous.
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	
Flockmasters' 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	
Lithographing Maps	
Provincial Board of Health	
Grant in aid of Ethnological Society	
Grant to Canadian Forestry Association	
Investigation of life of young salmon in fresh waters of Province
Coal miners' examinations	
Poultry Shows	
Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals	
Refund of licences and taxes on real property to Corp. of Fernie
Do. n n ii        Ladysmith
Gratuity to the widow of the late W. Stewart, Gaoler, Nanaimo
Do. A. Keast, Dep. Reg'r., Victoria
Do. J. S. Byrn, C'k. Reg. Office, n
Revision of Court Rules (re-vote)	
Commission on Finances and Taxation (re-vote)	
Grant to Young Women's Christian Ass'n, Vancouver (re-vote)
Compensat'n to A. Ewen for surrender of timber lease at Creston
Miscellaneous (not detailed in Estimates)	
Superannuation	
Agent-General's Office, London	
Interest on Suitors' Fund Deposits	
Refunds to Municipalities 	
Immigration   	
Total
Appropriation
8,000 00
13,000 00
12,000 00
7,000 00
4,000 00
11,500 00
1,750 00
1,000 00
800 00
15,000 00
1,000 00
4,995 00
1,250 00
1,000 00
600 00
2f0 00
5,000 00
2,000 00
2,000 00
6,000 00
750 00
1,000 00
500 00
1,000 00
2,000 00
20,000 00
100 00
100 00
1,500 00
3,100 00
600 00
500 00
1,909 52
3,103 74
285 00
330 00
240 00
6,000 00
1,066 00
1,000 00
7,000 00
17,000 00
3,555 00
10,000 00
Total
Expenditure.
7,903 15
18,969 62
10,878 68
4.249 22
3.79S 91
11,135 06
1,754 65
800 53
783 80
16,493 48
981 15
4,995 00
1.250 00
1,000 00
600 00
260 00
4,967 47
2,000 00
2,000 00
6,604 60
750 00
1,000 00
592 05
1,138 37
722 00
9,254 47
100 00
100 00
1,294 89
2,547 50
600 00
500 00
1,909 62
3,163 74
285 00
330 00
240 00
5,064 30
1,066 00
1,000 00
7,000 00
20,578 42
2,625 00
9,845 19
49 56
3,357 29
3,940 17
Unexpended.
96 85
1,121 32
2,750 78
201 09
364 94
199 47
16 20
1,278 00
10,745 53
205 11
552 50
930 00
154 81
59 83
19,663 51
Over-
Expended.
5,969 62
4 55
1,493 48
604 50
92 05
138 37
3,578 42
49 56
3,357 29
15,287 84
Audit Office,
1st December, 1905.
J. A.
ANDERSON,
A uditor- Genera I. 5 Ed. 7        Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
B 159
UNPROVIDED   ITEMS
IN EXPENDITURE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED 30th JUNE, 1905.
STATEMENT of Expenditures on Services which have exceeded their Appropriations, from
1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905, and for which over-expenditure the sanction of
Parliament is required.
SERVICE.
I.—Public Debt.
Sinking Fund 	
Premium and Exchange.
II.—Civil Government (Salaries).
Temporary Assistance	
V.—Public Institutions.
Printing Office, Victoria ...
Bureau of Mines,      n
Provincial Museum,  h
Fish Hatchery, Seton Lake.
VI.—Hospitals and Charities.
Grants to Hospitals	
In aid of Destitute Poor and Sick.
VII.—Administration of Justice (other than Salaries).
Summoning and paying Jurors and Witnesses.
Prosecution and Interpreters 	
Keep of Prisoners	
Rents	
Transport of Constables and Prisoners	
Allowance to Sheriffs	
Miscellaneous	
VIII.—Education.
Education Office	
Inspection of Schools  ..
Grants to High Schools .
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.
Repairs to Government Buildings throughout the Province...
Hospital for the Insane	
Furniture for Government Offices throughout the Province.
Improvement and care of Government Reserves	
Industrial School and Boys' Home, Vancouver	
Protection bank, Lardeau River, at Trout Lake City	
Purchase of lots for Normal School, Vancouver	
Government House.
Repairs to Buildings and Furniture
Miscellaneous.	
Carried forward.
Amount.
$6,906 95
309 28
1,374
573 63
35
168 36
471 90
229 14
2,240 80
879 74
654 62
21 00
301 04
150 00
451 96
948 78
209 83
200 00
836 44
220 63
2 09
229 46
71  65
1 32
.16
5,824 20
64 61
1 90
Total.
$7,216 23
1,374 59
701 04
1,094 96
6,349 60
$24,509 37 B 160
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
SERVICE.
Brought forward.
XII.—Public Works.—Concluded.
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.
Esquimalt District	
The Islands District	
Atlin District 	
Cariboo District	
Lillooet District	
Yale District	
Revelstoke District	
Slocan District	
Cranbrook District	
Vancouver Island Main Trunk Road	
Lillooet-Lytton Main Trunk Road	
Cariboo   ' n 	
Pemberton Meadows Trail	
Bridge at Enderby, over Spallumcheen River .
Bridge at Salmon River, Ymir	
Wharves generally	
Ferry Subsidy, Spence's Bridge, Yale District
do Fraser River, at Earl's	
Contingencies	
XIII.—Miscellaneous.
Stationery 	
Library, Legislative	
Refunds	
Destruction of Wolves, Panthers and Coyotes ..
Board of Examiners, "Land Surveyors Act"..
Board of Horticulture, travelling expenses, etc.
Miscellaneous (not detailed in Estimates) 	
Interest on Suitors' Fund Deposits	
Refunds to Municipalities	
Total.
$20 04
10 49
129 40
1 15
9 31
75
1 36
37 30
1 98
29
32 29
76 23
11 17
34 57
28
18 45
62
26 68
1 85
5,969 62
4 55
1,493 48
604 50
92 05
138 37
3,578 42
49 56
3,357 29
Total.
$24,509 37
414 21
15,287
$40,211 42
Audit Office,
1st December, 1905.
J. A.
ANDERSON,
Auditor-General. 5 Ed. 7
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
B 161
Lapsed Balances of appropriations.
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED 30th JUNE, 1905.
STATEMENT of Balances of Appropriations at the credit of the following services, for the
Eiscal Year ended 30th June, 1905, 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.
Discount and Commission.
II.—Civil Government (Salaries).
Lieutenant-Governor's Office	
Provincial Secretary's Department	
Department of Mines	
Department of Finance and Agriculture	
Lands and Works Department.	
Commissioner of Freight Rates and Supervisor of Agriculture.
Timber Inspectors    	
Legislative Library .	
Statistical Bureau	
Assessor's Office, Victoria	
Administrative Staff, Ladysmith Agency	
Do. New Westminster Agency	
Do. East Kootenay Agencies	
Do. Wrest Kootenay Agencies	
Do. Cariboo Agencies	
Do. Ashcroft Agency	
III.—Administration of Justice (Salaries).
Supreme and County Courts	
Stipendiary Magistrates	
Provincial Police	
Juvenile Reformatory	
Administrative Staff, Victoria Gaol	
Do. Nanaimo Gaol	
IV.--Legislation.
Sessional Salaries 	
Indemnity to Members.
Mileage 	
Registration of Voters..
Expenses of Elections..
Contingent Fund	
V.—Public Institutions.
Hospital for the Insane, New Westminster and Vernon .
Provincial Home, Kamloops  	
VI.—Hospitals and Charities.
In aid of Resident Physician, Quesnel ...
Do. ,i Camborne .
Assistance towards building hospitals
VII.—Administration of Justice (other than Salaries).
Expenses of Inquests	
Rewards	
Special Constables	
Medical Officers at Gaols	
Constitutional Litigation and
eneral Law Costs,
VIII. —Education.
IX.-
Normal School	
Education of Deaf and Dumb and Blind
Capitation Grant	
Teachers' Salaries and Incidental Expenses .
-Transport.
Charges on Remittances	
Carried forward.
63 65
170 00
889 00
37 00
350 00
1,800 00
937 50
165 00
15 50
171 60
10:> 00
126 00
61 30
827 50
750 00
50 00
2,245 34
633 35
370 35
162 50
30 00
1,302 00
80 00
136 00
581 00
1,890 45
535 70
117 88
656 01
564 17
150 86
250 00
2,000 00
872 83
1,000 00
424 23
66 67
648 56
1 11
260 30
30 63
16,667 40
$     11 12
6,519 05
4,743 54
2,400 I
16,959 44
87 52
38,295 03 B 162
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1904, to 30th June, 1905.
SERVICE.
XII.—Public Works.
Brought forward.
and Buildings.
Improvement and care of Government Grounds, Victoria .
Court House, Vancouver	
Gaols throughout the Province	
Lock-up, Morrissey	
Do.       Fernie	
Lock-ups throughout the Province	
Public Schools throughout the Province	
Government House, Victoria (re-vote)	
Fish Ladder, Quesnel Lake Dam (re-vote)	
Protection Road and Dyke, Comox	
(aid to Municipalities'1
Government House, Victoria.
Fuel, Light and Water	
Grounds and Fencing	
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.
Saanich District	
Cowichan n      	
Newcastle i	
Nanaimo City        n       	
Alberni n      	
Comox
Delta
Chilliwhack
Dewdney n it 	
Richmond n m 	
Skeena n	
Kamloops n      	
Okanagan i r      	
Similkameen 11      	
Greenwood m     	
Grand Forks i r     	
Ymir n      	
Kaslo n         	
Columbia n	
Fernie ti	
Dewdney Main Trunk Road	
Fish Creek Waggon Road	
Road machinery  	
Road, West Fork, Kettle River	
Bridge at Morrissey, over Elk River	
Do.    Fraser River, at New Westminster (maintenance)	
Do.   Lardo River, Poplar Creek	
Foot-bridge attached to C. P. R. Bridge, Columbia River, Revelstoke ,
Bridges generally	
Ferry Subsidy, Fraser River, Soda Creek, Cariboo District	
Surveys.
Surveys throughout the Province	
XIII.—Miscellaneous.
Advertising	
Postage and Expressage	
Telegrams	
Telephone Service	
Fuel and Light 	
Library—Departmental	
Do.   —Travelling  	
Premium on Guarantee Bonds	
In aid of Farmers' Institutes	
Lithographing Maps	
Provincial Board of Health	
Investigation of life of young salmon in fresh waters of the Province.
Coal Miners' Examinations	
Revision of Court Rules (re-vote)	
Superannuation	
Agent-General's Office, London	
Immigration 	
Total.
Balances.
105 66
3V1 68
863 60
958 44
140 86
131 95
296 87
17 72
1 26
150 59
771 78
765 03
18 39
4 10
1 25
25
31 61
1 00
622 53
2 82
7 15
11 00
16 66
1 76
38 54
105 01
7 58
04
165 21
3 26
1 76
22
15 55
61 15
788 40
92
855 45
407 91
1,464 80
1 03
91 09
100 00
96 85
1,121 32
2,750 78
201 09
364 94
199 47
16 20
18 85
32 63
1,278 00
10,745 53
205 11
552 50
935 70
930 00
154 81
59 83
3,038 63
1,536 81
4,826 33
5,465 97
19,663 51
872,826 28
Audit Office,
1st December, 1905.
J. A. ANDERSON,
A uditor - General.

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