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 43 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st January to 31st March, 1880.
459
STATEMENT showing the Payments made from the Provincial Treasury, on account
of the Province of British Columbia, during the Three Months ended 31st March,
1880.
TO WHOM PAID.
Bank of British Columbia
Dominion Savings Bank
Bank of British Columbia
Bank of British Columbia
Bank of British Columbia
London Brokers	
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
W. L. Boyle .
T. Luscombe
Hon. T. B. Humphreys.
T. Elwyn	
D. Deasy	
T.H.Williams	
B. Wolfenden ..
G. Williams ....
R. Butler 	
G. Jenkinson ...
F. Shakespeare .
R. Holloway....
V. E. Robinson .
Hon. R. Beaven .
J. J. Young	
J. McB. Smith ..,
T. H. Williams .,
Hon. G. A. Walkem
W. S. Gore	
F. G. Richards, Jr...
J. J. Austin ....	
E. Harrison, Jr.
H. B. W. Aikman.
B. F. Tolmie	
34
I.—PUBLIC DEBT.
Vote No. 1.—Interest.
6 months' interest, at 6 per cent., on $727,500, "Loan Act, 1877"
Vote No. 2.—Sinking Fund.
Sinking- Fund Account, " Loan Act, 1874 "	
1 per cent, on 8727,500, " Loan Act, 1877 "	
Vote No. 3.—Premium and Exchange.
Exchange on Draft in payment of Interest and Sinking Fund, "Loan
Act, 1877," £6,000 at $1.91 $ £ sterling	
Vote No. 4.—Discount and Commission.
1 per cent, commission for paying half-year's interest on Loan, 1877,
£4,500=£45 at 85	
Brokerage in London on investment for Sinking Fund, "Loan Act, 1877,
IL—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).
Vote No. 6.—Lieutenant-Governor's Office.
Private Secretary, 1st January to 31st March
Messenger and Gardener, do. do.
Vote No. 7.—Provincial Secretary and Minister of Mines.
Provincial Secretary, 1st January to 31st March .
Deputy Provincial Secretary, do. do.
Messenger do. do.
Temporary assistance, 19th February      do.
Printing Branch.
Superintendent, 1st January to 31st March..
Printer, do. do.
Do. do. do.
Assistant Printer,       do. llth March .
Do. 17th to 31st March 	
Sessional Printer, 1st January to 31st March.
Do. 1st to 31st March	
Vote No. 8.—Treasury.
Minister of Finance & Agriculture, 1st January to 31st March .
Deputy Treasurer,                                  do.                  do.
Auditor                                                  do.                  do.
Assistant (temporary), 1st January to 14th February	
Vote No. 9.—Lands and Works Department.
Chief Commissioner, 1st January to 31st March
Surveyor-General, do. do.
Draughtsman, do. do.
Clerk of Records, 1st December, 1879     do.
Vote No. 10.—Attorney-General's Department.
Solicitor, 1st January to 31st March	
Vote No. 11.—Registrar-General.
Registrar of Titles, 1st January to 31st March.
Clerk, do. do.
Carritd forward.
Arrears,
1878.
$ cts.
$ cts.
543 00
7,275 00
225 00
20 61
225 00
124 98
750 00
375 00
217 50
136 63
450 00
270 00
270 00
58 87
12 10
240 00
80 00
750 00
450 00
420 00
150 00
S cts.
750 00
450 00
375 00
440 00
499 98
150 00
21,826 00
7,818 00
245 61
30,248 61
349 98
1,479 13
1,380 97
1,770 00
2,015 00
450 00
8,095 06 460
Public Accounts, 1st January to 31st March, 1880.
1880
TO WHOM PAID.
E.Leigh	
R. H. Pidcock ..
M. O'Connor	
A. Mouatt	
T. R. Mclnnes ..
J. Phillips	
A. Cummings ..
C. Digby	
H. Young	
B. Dooling	
J. McGuire	
Flora Ross	
J. Stephens	
Indian Mary....
B. Jones	
J. C. Prevost ...
B. Evans 	
A. Barlow	
H. V. Edmonds
G. Byrnes	
E. Leigh	
C. Todd	
J. Robson	
J. H. Huteheson
E. Truran	
A. W Rogers	
F. Hussey	
H. Murray	
J. D. Ford	
J. D. Campbell ..
J. C. Hughes	
W. Moresby	
G. Green	
J. McNamara  ...
W. Edwards	
C. N. Trew	
James E. Gray ..
Duncan B. Grant
J. Miller	
W. Femie	
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward.
II.—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Concluded.
Vote No. 13.—Registration of Voters.
Collector of Voters for Victoria City and Esquimalt Districts, 1st Dec.
1879, to 29th February, 1880  	
Collector of Voters, Comox, 1st July to 31st December, 1879	
Do. Lillooet, 1st Jan. to do. 	
Vote No. 14.—Assay Office.
Assayer, 1st to 31st December, 1879	
Vote No. 15.—Lunatic Asylum.
Medical Officer, 1st September, 1879, to 29th February, 1880.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
-Revenue Services.
Assessor and Collector, Victoria City, Victoria and Esquimalt Districts,
1st January to 31st March
Superintendent,
do.
Keeper,
do.
Do.
do.
Do.
do.
Do.
do.
Do.
do.
Matron,
do.
Cook,
do.
Washer
do.
Vote No. 16
III.— ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (SALARIES).
Vote No. 17.—Supreme Court.
Registrar, 1st January to 29th February	
Usher, 31st December, 1879, io 31st March	
Deputy Registrar, Quesnelle Assizes, July, 1879 .
Vote No. 18.—Sheriffs.
Sheriff, New Westminser, 1st October, 1879, to 29th February, 1880.
Sheriff, Cariboo, 1st October to 31sfc December, 1879	
Vote No. 19.—County Court.
Registrar, 1st December, 1879, to 29th February, 1880 ,	
Vote No. 20.—Police and Gaols, Victoria.
Superintendent of Police, 1st December, 1879, to 31st March 1880.
Gaoler, 1st January to 31st March	
Assistant Gaoler, do.        	
Senior Convict Guard,        do. 	
Guard, 1st December, 1879, to 31st March	
Do.   1st January to 31st March	
Do. do. do	
Do. do. do	
Vote No. 21.—Police and Gaols, Esquimalt.
Constable, 1st December, 1879, to 29th February, 1880	
Vote No. 22.—Police and Gaols, New Westminster.
Government Agent, 1st September 1879, to 29th February, 1880	
Gaoler,                                  do. do.               	
Assistant Gaoler,                  do. do.               	
Senior Convict Guard,          do. do.               	
Convict Guard,                     do. do.               	
Medical Officer,                     do. do.                	
Extra Guard,          20th December, 1879, do.               	
Do.                                 do. do.               	
Vote No. 23.—Police and Gaols, New Westminster District.
Constable, Burrard Inlet, 1st October to 31st December, 1879	
Vote No. 24.—Police and Gaols, Kootenay.
Government Agent, 1st November, 1879, to 31st January, 1880	
Carried forward.
Arrears,
1878.
S   cts.
$   cts.!  $ cts.
37 50
25 00
75 00
199 98
450 00
300 00
240 00
270 00
270 00
270 00
300 00
180 00
60 00
250 00
200 00
10 00
208 33
124 98,
233 32
300 00
228 00
240 00
240 00
180 00
180 00
180 00
600 00
456 00
480 00
360 00
199 93
180 00
180 CO
137 50
100 00
300 00
11,172 54
333 31
225 00
1,781 32
180 00
180 00
351 00
6,760 59 43 Vic. Public Accounts, 1st January to 31st March, 1880.
461
TO WHOM PAID.
J. Bowron	
J. Lindsay	
S. Archer	
W. Stephenson .
J. B. McLain ...
R. Pool	
J. L. Crimp ....
Felix Martin....
T. H. Giffin	
Jas. Normansell
W. Teague .
T. Mitchell.
G. C. Tunstall.
Wm. Livingstone .
E. G. Prior .
W. Stewart
S. Drake ...
F. 0. Higman ...
B. C. Express Co.
R. T. Williams.
J. C. Devlin ..
E. Deslaurier.
Rickman & Ofner ....
E. Marvin	
J. Maynard	
J. Bramwell	
Mrs. Deasey	
T. N. Hibben & Co...
M. W. Waitt & Co....
Skidegate Oil Co	
Langley & Co	
Joseph Maynard	
Agent P. M. S. S. Co.
Collector of Customs.
Cameron & Ross.
E. A. Atkins	
W. Harvey	
McCleary Bros...
John Ibbotson ...
R. Dickinson ....
H. Elliott .
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward	
III.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (SALARIES).—Concluded.
Vote No. 25.—Police and Gaols, Cariboo.
Government Agent, 1st to 31st December, 1879	
Chief Constable and Collector, *      do.	
Constable & Collector, Lightning Creek, 1st to 31st Deer., 1879	
Do. do.        Forks Quesnelle, do. 	
Messenger, 1st October to 31st December, 1879 .•	
Vote No. 26.—Police and Gaols, Cassiar.
Recorder, McDames Creek, 1st August to 31st Dec, 1879, 5 months	
Do.    Laketon, 1st October do. 3     „      	
Constable, Glenora, Sept. 1st to Oct. 31st, 1879, 61 days® 84 per diem .
Toll Collector & Constable, Glenora, Nov. 1st to Dec. 31st, 1879, 2 months
Constable & Gaoler, Glenora, Sept. 1st to Dec. 20th, 111 days @ 8100 $ mo
Vote No. 27.—Police and Gaols, Yale.
Government Agent, 1st to 31st December, 1879 .
Asst. Toll Collector,      do, do.
Vote No. 28.—Police and Gaols, Kamloops.
Government Agent, December llth, 1879, to January 31st, 1880	
Vote No. 28a.—Police and Gaols, Clinton.
Constable, September 1st to December 31st, 1879	
Vote No. 29.—Police and Gaols, Nanaimo.
Government Agent and Inspector of Mines, 1st Jan. to 29th Feb., 1880
Constable and Gaoler, 1st January to 29th February, 1880	
Convict Guard, do. do. 	
IV.—LEGISLATION.
Vote No. 33.—Expenses of Elections.
Posting Election notices and services as Deputy Returning Officer ...
Charges on ballot box, from Cariboo to Victoria	
Vote No. 36.—Journals and Statutes Binding.
Binding Reports of Minister of Finance, Voters' Lists, & School Reports
V—PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).
Vote No. 37.—Assay Office, Cariboo.
1 tin coal oil.,
4 cords wood ,
Vote No. 38.—Printing Office, Victoria.
Sundries, October, 1879	
Saw and brad awls ."	
Drayage	
Cleaning and repairing boiler and engine	
Washing towels, 6 months, to 31st December, 1879..
Stationery	
Printing paper and stationery	
10 galls, oil and drayage 	
26 lbs. potash 	
Distributing Sessional Papers and drayage on type .
Freight on type from San Francisco	
Duty on       do. do. 	
Vote No. 39.—Lunatic Asylum, New Westminster.
Provisions.
Provisions, 1st December, 1879, to 29th February,
Milk, 1st October       ,, 31st January-
Bread, • do. do.
Meat & vegetables, do. do.
Fish, October, 1879	
Meat and vegetables, July, 1879	
Fuel.
Coal and wood, 1st October to 31st October, 1879.
Carried forward.
Arrears,
1878.
8   cts.
$   cts
142 00
125 00
100 00
125 00
30 00
625 00
375 00
244 00
250 00
428 00
100 00
10 00
300 00
150 00
120 00
30 00
5 00
8 cts.
8 50
24 00
2 00
1 75
1 00
19 50
6 00
70 00
400 00
6 00
7 80
2 00
1 25
6 73
315 98
109 59
314 54
395 67
6 40
119 98
6,766 59
522 00
1,922 00
110 OO
164 50
180 00
670 00
10,235 09
35 00
47 00
82 00
32 60
1,262 16
304 25
2,122 94 462
Public Accounts, 1st January to 31st March, 1880.
1880
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
1878.
%   cts.
*   ota.
$   cts.
•
168 00
2,122 94
V.—PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).—Concluded.
Vote No. 39.—Lunatic Asylum, New Was^R.—Concluded.
Medicines.
103 26
Clothing.
23 25
Furniture.
34 25
Transport of Lunatics and Keepers.
1 00
1 00
3 50'
Miscellaneous.
T. N. Hibben & Co	
2 60
2 25
75 00
8 00
10 00
5 00
6 50
5 00
8 00
C. N. Trew	
VI.—HOSPITALS AND CHARITIES.
Vote No. 40.—Hospital, Victoria.
W. C. Ward, Treasurer..
2,410 44
1,249 98
Vote No. 41.—Hospital, New Westminster.
2,124 96
W. Rennie, Secretary ...
J. Harvey, Treasurer....
J. L. Hood	
Vote No. 42.—Hospital, Cariboo.
666 66
Vote No. 43.—Hospital, Nanaimo.
500 00
Vote No. 44.—Hospital, Cassiar.
168 00
Vote No. 46.—In aid of Destitute Poor and Sick,
25 00
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).
Vote No. 47.—Administration of Justice.
Summoning and paying Jurors and Witnesses.
Services as witness, Bartlett & Gilbert, and expenses, Nanaimo to Vic.
18 00
40 00
2 00
4 00
2 00
7 00
8 00
10 00
10 00
8 00
26 00
6 60
4 00
4 00
4 00
2 00
2 00
800
4,734 60
Do.                       do.             do.      Alep	
H. Knight	
Quelatzalock (Indian) ...
B P Griffin	
S. P. Mills	
1       168 00
165 50 43 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st January to 31st March, 1880.
463
TO WH6M PAID.
FOB WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
1878.
$   cts.
S   cts.
$      cts.
168 00
165 60
8 00
2 00
18 00
18 00
36 00
i 00
18 00
7 50
8 00
4 00
95 00
151 00
14 00
6 00
1 00
117 60
12 60
3 00
12 60
12 00
4 00
25 00
6 00
3 00
18 00
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).—Continued.
Vote No. 47.—Administration of Justice.—Continued.
Summoning and paging Jurors and Witnesses.—Concluded.
Do.                    do.       Welch  	
J. T. Edwards, J.P
Do.                        do	
Obtaining evidence of Margaret McLean (McLean Bros, and Hare)
Services of 3 men and 10 horses, breaking road to Nicola and bringing
witnesses to Kamloops, Indians and horses breaking road to Savona's
Travelling exps. of witnesses Trapp, McLeod, & Scott (McLeans & Hare)
Do.                   Palmer,   do.         do.           do.              do.
Meals for witnesses                                                                     do.
Do.                  at Popcum                                                 do.
Fare of witnesses Palmer, Scott, Trapp, & McLeod (i fare), Kamloops to
Yale, and of Palmer, Yale to Now Westminster (.McLeans & Hare)
Meals for witnesses at Boston Bar                                          do.
Do.                Hope                                                   do.
Do.                  Lytton                                                     do.
Do.                 Yale                                                    do.
T. J. Trapp	
C. Todd	
Airth & Knight	
H. B. Dart	
Mrs. L. Wirth	
G. Tuttle	
C. N. Trew, M.D
-
Wm. Bushby	
J. Bilkie	
J. T. Edwards	
Going from Quesnelle to Hixon Ck. for witness, R. v. Scott & Robinson
Do.                    Cottonwood Ck.. do.                    do.
Expenses, Kamloops to Cache Creek and return (McLeans and Hare)..
Prosecutions and Interpreters.
768 50
50
120 00
60 00
4 50
2 60
2 00
5 00
80 00
25 00
4 00
J. F. McCreight	
Counsel fees, Regina v. Lee Fook, Gilbert, Fletcher, and Verlin  	
M. W. T Drake
Do.         do.   .
Indian (Squire George)..
Special messenger, New West'r to Yale, with documents for Supreme Ct.
Expenses of Inquests.
303 60
H. W. Hughes	
3 00
25 00
80 20
11 00
5 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
2 00
4 00
C. N. Trew, M.D	
Inquests on bodies of Chinaman, M. Harrigan, Indian Charley, C. Bra-
Conveying dead body, North Arm to New West'r, including blankets..
Taking information to Coroner and conveying body of A. Finlayson ...
Medical evidence, inquests on John Caufield and W. Thompson   	
W. R. Spaulding	
Criminal Punishment.
160 20
141 IS
Beivards.
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
50 00
30 00
30 00
30 00
30 00
30 00
30 00
30 00
30 00
Do.   Phillip	
Do.   Bob..
Do.   Alphonsa	
Do.                    do.                           do.               	
Do.                    do.                           do.               	
Do.   Billy	
168 00
890 00
1,870 88 464
Public Accounts, 1st January to 31st March, 1880.
1880
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
1878.
t   cts.
*   cts."
$   cts.
168 00
1 50
390 00
20 00
30 00
30 00
30 00
30 00
100 00
30 00
30 00
30 00
30 00
30 00
30 00
30 00
30 00
50 00
50 00
30 00
30 00
30 00
30 00
30 00
100 00
1,376 33
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).—Con tinned.
Vote No. 47.—Administration of Justice.—Concluded.
Rewards.—Concluded.
Do.   Chief Chilli-het-sa
Do.   Schurl	
Do.   Brink    •
Do.   To-ma (Nicola) ..
Do.   Phillip	
Do.   Bob	
Vote No. 48.—Police and Gaols.
Keep of Prisoners, Bents, &c.
Gas supplied to Victoria Gaol, 1st November, 1879, to 29th Feb., 1880.
1,220 00
167 60
18 75
124 60
188 45
99 90
48 00
115 50
119 62
52 50
14 00
50 00
20 00
7 00
64 00
45 00
12 50
51 24
3 25
5 75
108 38
21 00
10 00
13 74
6 24
350 64
171 27
109 65
140 00
11 75
23 00
26 00
20 00
5 00
14 50
13 25
5 50
50 00
11 00
43 50
19 37
15 00
7 60
92 25
139 60
15 49
32 07
30 14
8 24
4 50
7 50
2 76
9 00
28 85
Matthews, Richards & Co.
Fell & Co	
Groceries, &c, Victoria Gaol, 1st December, 1879, to 29th Feb., 1880.
Bread                        do.                       do.                            do.
Meat and vegetables, do.                       do.                            do.
Cleaning yard,           do.                         do.                              do.
Coal,                          do.                       do.                            do.
De Weidlrhoid &Co	
W. J. Jeffree	
Smith-work,               do.           repairing & sharpening tools, Chain-gang
N. F. Foster	
Victoria Water Works...
Water supply for Victoria Gaol, 1st December, 1879, to 31st Jan., 1880
R. Phillips	
16 cords wood for Victoria Gaol, 1st December, 1879, to 29th Feb., 1880
6 months' rent of house for Constable, Esquimalt, 7 Nov. '79 to 7 Feb. '80
P. McQuade & Son	
A. & W. Wilson	
Geo. A. Caughill	
Fish supplied New Westminster Gaol, 1st August to 30th Nov., 1879...
Milk,                         do.                  do.   1st July to 31st October     	
Groceries,                 do.                  do.   1st July, 1879, to 31 Jan., 1880 ..
Meat & vegetables, do.                  do.   1st Sept.    ,,         5th Feb	
36 cords wood,        do.                do.       do.        ,,         31st Dec	
Allowance for keep of prisoners, Cariboo, Nov. 1879, to Feb., 1880  	
Coal oil, &c, for Richfield Gaol, November And December, 1879	
Taking charge of Indian woman & 21 days' keep of prisoner, Quesnelle
C. G. Major	
W. B. Townsend	
H. Elliott	
J. C. Devlin	
W. Farell	
M. Barry	
P. C. Dunlevy
Veith & Borland
Handcuffs for Constable, Cariboo, and repairs to cooking utensils, N.W.
E. Wintrip	
W. Pattullo	
G. Tuttle	
Keep of prisoners, Kamloops, December, 1879, aud part of Jan., 1880..
Annie C. Ussher	
D. Smith	
F. W.Foster	
Medicines supplied New Westminster Gaol, 1st Sep., 1879, to 31 Jan. '80
Bread,                                       do.                   1st Nov,                     do.
Repairs to stove, &c, new leg-irons and repairs, New Westminster Gaol
Leather, thread, boot-na:ls, lasts, &c.                                 do.
W. Blackie	
J. W. Wise	
G. C. Tunstall	
1
169 60
2,774 34
2,596 33 43 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st January to 31st March, 1880.
465
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward.
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).—Continued.
Vote No. 48.—Police and Gaols.—Continued.
Keep of Prisoners, Rents, <kc.—Concluded.
Clarihue & Carson \ Stove-pipe for Gaol, Laketon	
Indian Jim I Cleaning Court House and cells, Laketon
J. L. Crimp ....
J. Fletcher & Co
Indian Tom	
J. C. Pullen ....
C. Millard	
M. Moss	
S. J. Sincock
1879.
Keep of prisoners, do.     Oct., Nov., and Dec,
Soap, candles, matches, &c., Gaol, McDame's Creek	
Cleaning Court House and cells, do. 	
Wood supplied Glenora Gaol 	
Lamp and oil, do. 	
Coal oil & candles,   do. 	
., Removing 32£ cords wood from hill side to near Gaol, Richfield	
Dr. Cluness  Medicines supplied Nanaimo Gaol, 1st Nov., 1879 to 31st Jan., 1880
C.H.Robertson  Meat, do. 1st Dec.     ,, do.
T. W. Glaholm j Coal do. January, 1880	
C. Karst (Bread do. Dec, 1879, and Jan., 1880	
Felix Martin	
A. Gilmore	
A. Skinner ....   •    	
C. Phair	
H. H. D. Shuttleworth.
J. C. Crane	
J. Sullivan	
L. P. Lewis	
C. Pottinger	
H. Sheppard	
Felix Martin	
Do	
Do	
Indian Ackley	
Do.   Gabriel	
Alexis	
Louis	
Do.  Baboon	
Do.   Andrew'	
J. D. Birmingham	
C. W. Lewis	
Jessie Smith	
G. McCue	
F. Ruch	
C. A. Semlin	
A. McEwen	
J. A. Newland	
Do	
Special Constables.
Special Constable at Victoria Assize, 7 days ..
Goods supplied Special Constable	
t Special Constable, Regina v. McDonald .
Do.
Do.
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
J. B. Leigh ton	
Kirkpatrick & Pringle.
W. S. Church	
Duck & Pringle	
W. & J. Wilson	
J. Mellows	
G. W. Roberts	
McVoy & Patton	
G. A. Caughill	
W. Croft       	
J. G. Collins	
S. Johns	
J. C. Boyd	
T. Cavanagh	
G. Veasey	
N. Govette	
J. D. McDonald	
J. R. Graham	
A. A. Boggs	
John Doudall	
E. Horson	
V. T. Cooke	
L. P. Lewis	
J. Hough	
D. A. McDonald	
J. T. Edwards	
A. G. Pemberton	
G. B. Martin	
L. C. McGregor	
A. Flovent 	
A. McConnell,.,.,...,
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Lillooet, 1878 and 1879	
5 days, and horse hire	
re Alfred Staff	
at Victoria Assizes	
do	
re Alfred Staff	
at Victoria Assizes	
in Chaingang during sickness of Truran, 9 days
do. do. Murray, 1 day.
do. do. Rogers, 7 days.
2 days (McLean Bros, and Hare)	
1 dav, do. 	
1 „ do. 	
2 days, do. 	
2   „ do. 	
1 day, do. 	
Compensation for loss of use of horse in service of Special Constable ..
2 days' use of horse for Special Constable (McLean Bros, and Hare)
3 ,, do, do. do.
3   ,,    services as Special Constable, Victoria Police,    do.
Services as Special Messenger to Cache Creek,
10 days' services hiring and paying Special Constables
Three horses for 2 days, and meals for   do.
7 days' board for Special Constable Taylor,
20 days' keep of horse injured while in use of Constable, do.
Meals for Special Constables,                                            do.
Meals and keep of horse for Special Constables,             do.
Meals, horse feed, & conveyance of Constab's to Savona, do.
Meals and keep of horses for Special Constables,          do.
Do.                      do.                         do.                   do.
5 days as Special, and expenses, Cache Creek to Spence's Bridge, do.
Meals and keep of horse for Special Constable (McLean Bros, and Hare)
Special Constable sent for fire-arms, 2 daj-s and ferriage,     do.
Meals and keep of horse for Special Constables,
Blankets for use of Special Constables sent from Victoria,
2 days employed hunting horses for Special Constables,
Paid Indian Messenger and meals for                do.
Meals and keep of horses for                              do.
35 days' services as Special Constable,
2 days guarding prisoners at Cache Creek,
Special Constable, 6 days, (McLean Bros, and Hare)	
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Do.
3
Do.
4
Do.
6
Do.
6
Do.
6
Do.
3
Do.
3
Do.
3
Do.
3
Do.
3
Do.
3
Do.
3
Do.
3
Do.
3
Do.
10
Do.
3
Do.
3
Do.
5
Do.
0
Do.
4
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Arrears,
1878.
$   cts.
169 60
Carried forward II  171 00  1,388 25  6,665 il
$   cts.
2,774 34
1 50
3 00
141 00
7 08
3 00
7 50
5 63
11 25
32 60
30 25
16 23
9 50
16 16
17 60
20 00
29 00
151 60
25 00
28 00
17 50
17 50
10 00
17 50
22 50
2 60
17 50
3 00
1 50
1 60
3 00
3 00
1 50
20 00
2 00
3 00
9 00
34 00
30 00
18 00
15 00
20 00
8 00
90 60
31 25
68 50
31 00
31 00
22 00
7 50
22 00
25 50
8 00
16 00
6 00
175 00
5 00
24 00
12 00
16 00
24 00
24 00
24 00
9 00
9 00
9 00
900
9 00
9 00
7 60
9 00
9 00
35 00
12 00
12 00
18 00
15 00
15 00
* eta. 466
Public Accounts, 1st January to 31st March, 1880.
1880
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
1878.
$   cts.
S   cts.
S   cts.
171 00
1,388 25
12 00
12 00
4 00
14 00
21 00
70 00
15 00
31 50
362 68
143 50
60 00
32 00
32 00
32 00
32 00
48 00
12 00
12 00
12 00
9 00
21 00
63 00
3 00
3 00
4 00
4 00
120 00
2 00
20 00
47 00
36 00
42 00
28 00
5 00
5 00
19 00
24 00
16 00
16 00
21 00
15 00
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).—Continued.
Vote No. 48.—Police and Gaols.—Continued.
Special Constables.—Concluded.
J. H. Gay ..
Do.              3   ,,                    do.                    	
Do.              1   ,,                    do.                    	
Do.              4   ,,                    do.                    	
Do.            14   „                    do.                    	
C. N. Heillinger	
Do.              5   ,,                    do.                    	
Meals and keep of horses for Special Constables, (McLean Bros. & Hare)
Do.                do.                  do.                           do.
Do.                  do.                    do.                             do.
Peterson & Spellman....
G. W. Roberts	
A. W. Shumway	
T. Hornby	
H. Svdel
L. R. Dole..
Do.              3   „                    do.                    	
F. Ruch...
G. Smith
Do.               3   ,,                     do.                      	
Do.               7   ,,                     do.                      	
E. Grant
L. R. Dole	
Do.               1   ,,                      do.                      	
J. H. Gay ..
Do.               1    „                     do.                      	
Do.               1   ,,                     do.                      	
Do.              1   „                    do.                    	
Do.              8   ,,   each Boyd, Allen, Robinson, Manson, & Smith
J. Black
Shoeing 13 horses for use of Special Constables, (McLean Bros. & Hare)
D. R. Robertson	
W. Farel	
Do.              in charge of prisoner J. Stewart, Quesnelle, 21 days.
Do.              in charge of Indian prisoner Andrew, 14 days	
Do.              1 night and 1 day, (McLean Bros, and Hare)	
Services of man with team bringing in body of J. Ussher, and conveying
blankets, &c, for use of Special Constables, in all 3 days, 815; use of
horse for Constable, and 3 days' keep of horse left by Special Cons. §4
T. Mitchell	
Do	
D. Walker	
Do.               4   „                       do.                      	
Do.               4   „                       do.                      	
Do.                4    ,,                         do.                        	
W. McLeod	
Services, self and team, 1 day bringing in body of Kelly; trip from
Kamloops to Savona, and return,  with arms,  2 days; conveying
1
20 00
20 00
G. Wilson	
Services as Special Messenger from Kamloops to Cache Creek, & return
Do.     conveying prisoners McLean Bros, and Hare from Yale to New
J. W. Burr	
70 00
70 00
70 00
32 50
5 00
15 00
2 50
5 00
2 50
24 00
20 00
16 00
24 00
24 00
F. Crothy
G. Shuler
R. H. Taylor	
Special Constable in charge of fire arms from Yale to Kamloops, 13 days
Do.              1 day and night awaiting arrival of McLean Bros, and
J. W. Burr	
Supplies forwarded to Douglas Lake for use of Special Constables, re
E. Grant	
In charge of prisoners McCarty, Smith, & Mountain, Comox to Nanaimo
Canoe with Constable in search of goods stolen from Capt. Wake	
G. Rudlin              	
Do.               5   „                     do.                        	
J. Wood
T. Walker
Do.               6   ,,                     do.                        	
Transport of Prisoners and Constables.
3,288 4S
in on
15 00
8 00
D. B. Reed	
Meals and bed for prisoner (Wallace) conveying him from Saanich to Vict.
Fare of Special Constable from Clinton to Cache Creek §30; return to
Cache Creek with 5 Special Constables, 825; special stage from Cache
Creek to Savona's Ferry, 2 days, $00, (McLean Bros, and Hare)	
4 00
115 00
172 00
5 60
3 60
10 50
3 75
9 00
41 00
Fare of Constable in charge of prisoner (Staff)from Salt Spring Island.
I''are of Superintendent of Police to and from New Westminster	
Str. W. G. Hunt	
Do.       hire for Constables, from Dec. 20th, 1878 to July 14th 1879
Carritd forward	
175 00
393 25
8,943 70 43 Vic
Public Accounts, 1st January to 31st March, 1880.
467
TO WHOM PAID.
A. McKinnon	
W. Palmer	
S. M. Nelson	
C. Astrico	
L. Hautier 	
H. B. Dart	
J. Uren	
J. A. Newland	
Airth & Knight	
B. C. Express Co	
John Tait	
R. Campbell	
John Flemming ,
Brown & Gillis ,
J. Boyd	
C. S.Ryder	
Str. Gem	
Indian Johnny	
Do.   Andrew	
Do.   Paul	
W. R. Lewis	
H. V. Edmonds	
Indian Jimmy	
W. Yates, H. B. Co	
J. G. Wirth	
R. Johnston	
T. York	
A. Innes 	
D. Gillanders	
D. McGillivray 	
W. Knight	
Owen Jones	
Indian Peter	
Mrs. L. Wirth	
Indian Pretty George ..,
Do.   Batice	
Oppenheimer Bros	
Guy Tuttle	
Indians    Sam,    George.
Charley, and Wash....
Indians   Carpenter,   Sa
kiel, Sabass, & others .
B. C. Express Co	
Str. Reliance ...
B. C. Express Co
Do.
Str. Cariboo Fly
T. Penny	
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward.
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).—Concluded.
Vote No. 48.—Police and Gaols.—Concluded.
Transport of Prisoners and ConstabUs.—Concluded.
3 sets of shackles, chain and riveting, (McLean Bros, and Hare)   ., .
Meals for Constables and Prisoners and keep of horse,       do.
Do do.    Constable in charge of arms, do.
Meals for 6 Constables, (McLean Bros, and Hare)	
Meals for Constables and Prisoners,       do. 	
Board and lodgings     do. do. 	
Stage hire for 5 Constables between Kamloops,  Cache Creek,  and
Savona, horse hire and meals for Constables and Prisoners, McLeans
Meals and beds for Constables and Prisoners, McLean Bros, and Hare..
Do.       and horse feed,       do. do.
Extra team conveying Constables from Yale to Kamloops, fare of Con
stable Shumway, Kamloops to Yale, and Yale to New Westminster..
Hire of 2 horses and sleigh, including ferriage, conveying Special Con
stables to C. P R. S. Camp, (McLean Bros, and Hare) 	
Taking prisoners to Clinton and return to New Westminster ,
Meals for Constable Lindsay and prisoner	
Board and lodging,  do.       Quesnelle, 6 days	
Do. and horse feed, Constable Lindsay,	
5 days' use of team and horse,  with Prisoners and Constables, from
Cheam to Brown's Landing, (McLean Bros, and Hare)	
Charter to transport arms, &c., from New West, to Yale,     do.
Ferrying prisoners, McLean Bros, and Hare, from Brown's L. to New W
LTse of canoe for do. do. do
Conveying prisoners do. do. do.
Use of sleigh for conveying do. to New Westminster Gaol
Meals and beds for Special Constables	
Messenger to Boston Bar to meet Constables in charge of McLeans .
Blankets for prisoners McLean Bros, and Hare, and supplies to Indians
Do. do. 	
Meals and ferriage for Constables in charge of McLeans, keep of horses
Meals, bed, and keep of horses for Constables in charge of McLeans ...
Do.                     do.                         do.                                do.
Do.       and horse feed                    do.                                do.
do.                         do.                                do.
do.                         do.                                do.
do.                         do.                                do.
Services and canoe hire conveying Special Constables from New Westminster to Yale, (McLean Bros, and Hare)   	
Meals and beds for Special Constables, (McLean Bros, and Hare)	
Carriage of blankets and shackles from Cheam to Yale,    do.        	
Services with canoe conveying Constables in charge of McLean Bros.
and Hare, from Hope to Farr's Landing	
Supplies to Indians conveying McLean Bros, and Hare, Yale to Hope..
Meals and supplies for prisoners do. at Yale	
Services with canoe conveying Constables in charge of McLean Bros.
and Hare from Yale to Farr's Landing, 7 days	
Do.
Do.
Do.
W. A. Franklin
C. C. McKenzie
E. Harrison, sr.
John Camp....
H. Simpson ...
J. W, Williams
J. Shire	
J. Harmon ....
A. Peatt	
R. T. Williams.
Do. do. do. do.       6 days.
Conveyance of two cases of fire-arms and ammunition from Yale to
Kamloops, by special stage, for use of Constables; passage of guard
in charge of fire-arms, &c., and return to Yale; passage of Constables
Livingstone and Caughill from Kamloops to Yale; passage of Constable Caughill from Yale to Clinton; passage of McLean Bros, and
Hare from Kamloops to Yale; passage of Constable Livingstone from
Yale to Clinton ; 1401bs. of hay for use conveying prisoners in canoe
from Yale	
Meals for 5 Constables in charge of prisoners McLean Bros, and Hare,
beds for Constables, and refreshments for Indians in charge of canoe
Stage fare, Constable Munroe with Chinese prisoner, Quesnelle to Stanley
Do. do. do. Stanley to Quesnelle
Passages of prisoners Smith and Mountain, Comox to Nanaimo	
Hire of steam launch with Constables to Thetis' Island in search of
goods stolen from Capt. Wake	
VIII.—EDUCATION.
Vote No. 49.—Education Office.
Carriage of maps to Victoria Public School, &c	
Salary of Superintendent of Education, January and February ..
Lettering sign for Education Office	
Meals for Superintendent of Education 	
Meals and passage, do. to Saanich and return  ..
Buggy hire, do. to Sooke	
Fare, do. to Esquimalt and return
Fare on ferry, do. 	
Meals, do. 	
Binding and perforating 100 Recitation Books	
Carried forward.
Arrears,
1878.
$   cts.
175 00
176 00
$ cts.
37 00
44 00
12 00
2 25
15 75
19 00
40 60
17 50
10 00
75 00
9 00
35 00
2 00
12 00
4 20
75 00
225 00
6 00
1 50
4 00
2 50
12 00
2 50
18 00
8 50
14 00
22 50
27 00
3 00
6 00
6 75
3 00
9 00
10 60
10 00
15 00
11 00
5 00
28 00
35 00
477 80
58 00
SO 00
10 00
10 50
22 50
1 50
250 00
1 75
60
7 00
2 60
75
2 00
50
70 70
I cts.
8,943 70
1,898 00
10,841 70
337 20
337 20 468
Public Accounts, 1st January to 31st March, 1880.
1880
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
1878.
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
175 00
337 20
J. W. Thomson	
VIII.—EDUCATION.—Continued.
Vote No. 50.—Victoria City District.
2nd Assistant, Boys' Department, 1st Dec., 1879, to 29th Feb., 1880	
1st       do.        Girls'        do.                    do.                         do.           	
3rd      do.          do.           do.                    do.                         do.           	
4th      do.          do,           do.                    do.                         do.           ....
Principal, High School,                             do.                         do.           	
2nd Master,       do.                                    do.                         do.           	
1st Assistant, Boys' Department,            do.                         do.           	
Principal,          do,           do.                    do.                         do.           	
Do.             Girls'         do.                    do-                         do.           ....
2nd Assistant,   do.           do.                    do.                         do.           ....
Coal supplied,                                 18th Oct., 1879,               do.           	
3rd Assistant, Boys' Department, 1st Dec.       ,,                  do.           	
210 00
210 00
166 00
135 00
330 00
255 00
240 00
270 00
240 00
210 00
75 00
180 00
93 00
5 00
10 00
18 00
24 68
30 00
4 88
1 50
E. V. V. W. Brown
J. H. McLaughlin	
A. W. Struthers	
Sarah Hayward      	
L. M. Caldwell	
DeWeiderhold & Co
W. D. McKav	
W. Huxtable	
Smith & Clark	
W. Huxtable	
S. L. Kelly & Co	
Vote No. 51.—Victoria District.
2,707 06
S. D. Pope	
210 00
210 00
7 00
2 75
25 00
160 00
180 00
4 00
60 00
3 50
2 50
2 50
60 00
1 50
6 00
2 50
3 00
8 50
L. D. Chandler	
Do.     Cedar Hill,                 do.                           do.            	
Thos. Skitch	
Cutting 11 trees for protection of teaeher's residence, South Saanich...
Building new fence and repairing old, also repairing window, Lake	
Removing snow from South Saanich School, and cleaning chimney	
B. H. Smith	
T. Nicholson	
W. G. Norris	
T. N. Hibben & Co	
C. E. Redfern
Vote No. 52.—Esquimalt District.
Teacher, Esquimalt, 1st December, 1879, to 29th February, 1880 	
Do.     Metchosin,              do.                                    do.                 	
Do.     Colwood,                 do.                                    do.                 	
938 75
W. L. Beatty	
150 00
160 00
160 00
5 00
6 75
100 00
12 00
19 00
T. J. Blake	
W. McGirr
L. H. B. Ella
M. McCarthy
A. Peatt...             	
Votb No. 53.—Cowichan District.
592 75
110 00
120 00
120 00
9 00
8 00
10 00
8 00
50 00
6 00
Vote No. 54.—Nanaimo District.
Principal, Boys'Department, Nanaimo, 1st Dec, 1879, to 31st Jan., 1880
Assistant,  do.             do.              do.              do.                         do.
Principal, Girls'          do.              do.              do.                         do.
Teacher, Wellington,                                        do.                         do.
Assistant, Girls' Department,       do.              do.                         do.
Teacher, Cedar,                                                 do.                         do.
441 00
180 00
120 00
140 00
120 00
100 00
100 00
7 50
12 25
A. Flett 	
A. J. Polley	
T. J. Clyde	
Vote No. 55.—Comox District.
779 75
20 58
100 00
100 00
220 58
175 00
0,017 09 43 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st January to 31st March, 1880.
469
TO WHOM PAID.
A. Wintemute ..
J. A. Halliday ...
A. J. McDougall.
J. Coutts	
J. M.Wise	
J. Cunningham..
J. R. Pearson
A. J. Colbeck	
C. E. Cordiner 	
J. W. Sinclair	
R. H. Holding	
A. Kern	
J. It. Stirling-	
D. M. McMillan	
John Hardison	
A. W. H. Holmes ....
T. N. Hibben* Co...
J. Cunningham	
Moody's Sawmill Co..
Do. do.    .
Do. do.    .
J. Rogers 	
John Hey ward	
Hastings Sawmill Co.
Peter Drack	
Thos. McLeahy	
David Towle	
S. Edge	
F. W. Leahy	
Str. Reliance	
W. J. Armstrong ....
E. J. Scouler & Co...
E. H. Crease	
T. Matthews	
T. Leduc	
C. Shubert	
A. Irwin	
Mary Coughlan	
J. E. Trenaman	
Douglas & Deighton
W. Teague	
L. Oppenheimer ....
A. S. Bailey	
C. Phair	
A. McKenzie..
J. C. Chenall .
John Johnson ...
G. C. Phinner .,.
A. Johnston	
B. C. Express Co.
E. Deslories	
A. Resender	
Bank B. Columbia
Do. do.
Str. W. G. Hunt..
Do. do.   ..
C. E. Rombrot	
Airth & Knight...
B. C. Express Co..
H. B. Dart	
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward...
VIII.—EDUCATION.—Concluded.
Vote Ho. !
-New Westminster City District.
Cleaning Public School, August, September, and October, 1879	
Principal, Boys' Department, 1st October, 1879, to 31st January, 1880.
Assistant, do. do. do. do.
Principal, Girls' do. do. do.
19 cords wood 	
Stove and pipe, etc	
3 boxes crayons and visitors' book	
Vote No. 57.—New Westminster District.
Teacher, Burrard Inlet, Januarv and February
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Granville,
Maple Ridge,
Langley,
Prairie,
Sumass,
Chilliwhack,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Cleaning school-house, Chilliwhack, 6 months, to 31st October, 1879.
Teacher, Cheam, January and February	
Chalk for Langley School	
Sundries for Maple Ridge School	
Do.        Burrard Inlet School, 1878-79	
Paid for cleaning do. May, June, and August, 1878 ....
Do.     advertising      do. 1878-79	
Cleaning Granville School, 2 months	
Do. do. August, 1878, to February, 1879	
Supplies to        do. 1878-79...	
4 cords wood for Maple Ridge School 	
6       do. Langley do	
Hauling do. do. do	
Labour, material, and repairs to Maple Ridge School	
1 coid wood for Langley School	
Freight on stove-pipe, do. 	
Lumber for do. 	
Stove-pipe for do. 	
Vote No. 58.—Hope-Yale District.
Teacher, Lytton, 1st January to 29th February 	
Repairs to School-house, Nicola Valley  	
Teacher, Cache Creek, 1st January to 29th February	
Matron, do. do. do. 	
Teacher, Nicola Valley, January	
Do.     Okanagan, 1st January to 29th February	
Do.    Hope, do. do. 	
Chloride of lime, Yale School	
1 hatchet do. 	
1 broom, and paid Indian for cleaning School-room, Yale.
Teacher, Yale, 1st Nov., 1879, to 31st Jan., 1880   	
Vote No. 59.—Lillooet District.
Teacher, Lillooet, 1st January to 29th February .
Do.     Clinton, November, 1879	
4 cords wood for Clinton School	
Vote No.
-Cakiiioo District.
Repairing School-room	
Teacher, Barkerville, 1st Nov., 1879, to 31st Jan., 1880	
Do.     Stanley do. 31st Dec, 1879	
6 months' rent of Sehool-room, Barkerville, to 15th December, 1879.
1 cord wood for Barkerville School  	
Sawing do. do. 	
IX.—TRANSPORT.
Vote No. 61.—Freight on Remittances.
Exchange on draft in favour of British America Bank Note Company
for $382 50, @ i per cent	
Do. do. do. for 810 11
Vote No. 62.—Travelling Expenses, Opeicers on Duty.
Freight on 2 horses and buggy, meals and fare for Solicitor in June,
August, and September, 1879	
Fare, meals, and bed for Attorney-General	
Meals for Supt. of Police, paid Indians for packing, (McLeans & Hare) .
Do.                  do.                                                              do.
Fare of                 do.   from Yale to Kamloops, and return to New West
Meals for do.      at Boston Bar, (McLean Bros, and Hare) 	
Carried'form/mi.	
Arrears,
1878.
§ cts.
175 00
18 04
4 00
14 25
7 50
7 00
225 79
24 00
360 00
200 00
240 00
37 50
21 94
3 25
110 00
110 00
120 00
110 00
100 00
100 00
120 00
10 00
100 00
25
8 00
28 04
4 00
18 75
3 00
10 50
7 50
7 00
12 00
2 25
17 00
3 00
1 50
5 18
4 37
120 00
30 00
150 00
100 00
60 00
100 00
100 00
2 00
1 25
1 50
180 00
120 00
60 00
20 00
2 60
100 06
120 00
60 00
6 00
3 00
1 91
25
26 25
5 50
3 00
2 60
74 00
2 50
113 75
6,017 09
1,012 34
2 18 470
Public Accounts, 1st January to 31st March, 1880.
1880
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
1878.
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
225 79
113 75
1 50
2 50
4 00
2 00
7 50
4 00
6 25
5 00
3 00
24 50
36 00
2 50
7 60
6 00
9 75
16 00
5 00
7 00
11 37
20 00
16 50
50
8 50
8 26
17 50
40 00
8 00
10 00
35 00
9 75
6 00
4 00
30 00
10 00
46 00
21 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
3 00
2 16
Mrs. L. Wirth	
IX.—TRANSPORT.—CtmcZ*/^.
(Vote No. 62.—Travelling Expenses, Officers on Duty.—Concluded.
Meals and bed for Supt. of Police, at Hope, (McLean Bros, and Hare) ..
Do.                     do.               at Lytton,                do.
Do.                     do.               at Yale,                    do.
Do.                     do.               at Chilliwhack,       do.
Do.                    do.         and keep of horses,     do..
Do.                    do.              at 34 mile house,    do.
Do.                     do.               at Hope,                  do.
Packing from Hope to Yale for Supt. of Police,            do.
Meals and bed for Supt. of Police at 17-mile house,       do.
Hire of 3 horses, including keep and board, while travelling between
Chilliwhack and Hope, for Supt. of Police, (McLean Bros, and Hare)
Board and lodging for Supt. of Police & Officer Livingstone, do.
do.             and keep of horse for Supt. of Police,      do.
Passage to Port Townsend and return,             do.                  do.
Board and lodging, and keep of horse,              do.                  do.
Fare from Victoria to New Westr. and return, do.                  do.
Board and lodging, 8 days, at Kamloops,         do.                  do.
Horse and buggy from New Westminster to Hastings, Surveyor-General
Stage fare from New Westminster to Burrard Inlet, Provincial Secretary
Board and lodging for Provincial Secretary at New Westminster 	
Do.                    Deputy Treasurer                      do.               	
Passage                                     do.              to and from New Westminster
G. Tuttle	
Mrs. L. Wirth	
C. E. Rombrot	
L. D. Williams	
G. Tuttle	
T. York	
Peterson & Spelman ....
W. A. Franklin	
Fare of Provincial Secretary, New Westminster to Yale (2 trips) 	
Carriage hire Lands and Works Department, May to September, 1879
Do	
7 days' use of horse for Officer Poole, collecting mining statistics	
Meals and provisions for       do.                do.                  do.             	
J. H. Pullen	
W. H. Smith	
Passage in boat from Laketon to McDame's Creek, Gold Commissioner
Steamer fare on Dease Lake, Gold Commissioner and Officer Crimp	
Packing baggage for Gold Commissioner, Telegraph Creek to McDame's
Do.                 Officer Giffin,                         do.                Glenora..
Vote No. 63.—Keep of Horses.
Shoeing Government horse, 1st September to 31st December, 1S79	
600 62
50 36
4 00
15 00
1 50
X.—RENT.
Vote No. 64.—Government House, Victoria.
84 36
6S7 14
XL—REVENUE SERVICES.
Vote No. 66.—Commission, &c.
Courts of Appeal.
30 00
18 50
7 00
Holding             do.              New Westminster, 1878, 1879, 1880	
10 00           30 00
100 00
W. R. Spalding-	
5 00
Travelling Expenses.
190 50
S4 50
3 00
18 00
12 00
9 00
10 50
24 00
Meals, bed, and horse feed, W. Stephenson, attending Court of Revision
3 days' use of horse, collecting taxes, New Westminster District  	
Carried forward.	
161 00
235 79
..........
351 50 43 Vie. Public Accounts, 1st January to 31st March, 1880.
471
TO WHOM PAID.
L. Lowenberg
Henrv Fry	
T. McK. Lambly .,
Joseph Rodello ...
J. Orr	
G. Kenney	
G. Byrnes	
W. Livingstone ,..
M. O'Connor	
W. Livingstone ..,
J. Orr	
N. Shakespeare ...
J. Carr	
E. M. Bovill	
John Clapperton..
Daily "Standard"
R. T. Williams...
Daily " Standard':
G. Kenney	
J. C. Brown	
Francis McNults	
David Woods	
J. P. Burgess	
A. & W. Wilson	
Matthews, Richards & Co.
McKillican & Elford	
Do. do	
Anthony Elliott	
A. & W. Wilson	
Do.       do	
Do.       do	
Do.       do	
W. J. Armstrong	
John Hilbert ... .*	
J. C. Devlin	
Estate Neufelder & Co...
John Bibby	
John Knott	
Veith & Borland	
J. R. Barker	
M. Barry	
Clarihue & Carson	
W, Haley	
W. Edwards	
A. & W. Wilson	
Lettice & Sears	
Matthews, Richards & Co.
J, Miller	
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought fonoard	
XL—REVENUE SERVICES.—Concluded.
Vote No. 66.—Commission, &c—Concluded.
Commission.
Commission on collection of rent	
Do.        on collections   ■	
Do. do. 	
Do. do.	
Advance on account of preparing Assessment Roll, New Westr. District
Commission on collections 	
Do. do. 	
Do. do. 	
Do. do. 	
Do. do. 	
Balance due for preparing Assessment Roll, New Westminster District.
Commission on collections  	
Do. do. Walker Creek	
Do. do. Cassiar 	
Do. do. Nicola ,
Rent, Miscellaneoxis, &c.
Advertising sundry notices	
Ruling 6 reams paper	
Advertising Assessor's notice 	
Rent of office at Omineca, 5 months in 1879	
Advertising sundry notices, February to May, 1879   	
XIL— PUBLIC WORKS.
Vote No. 68.—Works and Buildings.
Repairs to Government Buildings and Fences, Victoria.
Shovelling snow at Public School House, Victoria	
Do. do. do 	
Enlarging desk, &c, at Sheriff's Office	
Repairs to pump at " The Winds "	
Sundries for Government Buildings	
Sundry repairs to do. James' Bay	
Sundry repairs to Public School, Victoria	
Repairs to Victoria Gaol	
Sundry repairs to Government Buildings, James' Bay
Repairs to Victoria Gaol	
Do.       Buildings, James' Bay	
Do,       Public School House, Victoria	
Repairs to Government Buildings, New Westminster.
Lumber for side-walk, New Westminster Gaol	
Repairs to Government Buildings, Nanaimo.
Glass put in Gaoler's Office	
Repairs to Government Buildings, Cariboo.
Halliards for flag-staff.	
15 yards lining cotton for gaol, Richfield	
Sundry repairs to buildings,        do	
Do. do. Barkerville	
Repairs to Government Buildings, Forks Quesnelle.
95 lbs. of nails and spikes	
3,375 shakes, §84 37, 34 days labour, building, $136.
118 feet lumber	
Repairs to Government Buildings, Cassiar.
Lumber for Gaol at Laketon	
Plastering defective walls, buildings, Laketon	
Lunatic Asylum, New Westminster.
Repairs to chimneys, &c	
Improvement of Government Reserve.
Repairs to hose and sprinkler, July, 1879	
i Painting 8 hurdles	
110 fts. hay rope for tying trees ,	
i Repairing gate spring	
Carried forward,
Arrears,
1878.
$   cts.
235 79
9   eta.
9 57
78 90
50 00
87 37
7 75
19 32
5 50
32 58
329 99
10 87
30 00
6 30
54 58
16 25
11 75
12 50
25 00
99 25
4 50
4 50
8 00
33 73
3 88
54 62
91 85
2 37
13 91
67 37
57 84
49 50
1 00
4 00
10 60
15 00
23 75
220 37
6 90
S 60
30 00
S 00
4 00
2 00
200
$   cts.
736 84
164 76
1,253 09
392 07
30 60
250 02
33 50
17 62
11 00
761 47 472
Public Accounts, 1st January to 31st March, 1880.
1880
TO WHOM PAID.
Fawcett & Co	
J. P. Hutchinson	
David Withrow	
G. W. Cook	
Calbraith, Grant & Cook
Imperial Insurance Co...
Matthews, Richards & Co.
A. & W.Wilson	
Matthews, Richards & Co.
Henry Cathcart	
C. G. Cogan	
R. Copeland	
W.Baker	
Johnston & Anderson
Alex. Fulton	
R. Elford	
J. Baker	
VV. Baker	
W. Williams	
Do	
T. Stoker 	
W. Johns 	
J. Baker	
W. A. Franklin .
J.W.Williams	
D.Woods	
W. Snider	
W. Williams	
T. Atkins	
W. Hassard	
A. Wheatstone	
W. P. Sayward	
Matthews, Richards & Co.
P. J. Houlihan	
Matthews, Richards & Co.
G. Thomas	
J. Baker 	
W. R. Armstrong	
W. Graham	
J. Goyette	
T. Mitchell	
J. Stevens 	
W. Thomson 	
W. Smith	
F. Saunders	
G. Mills	
E.Vine	
J.W. Williams	
J. M. Nelson	
J. Irvine	
C. Foreman	
A. Peatt, Jr	
J. Miller	
C. Foreman	
Pay Sheet	
F. R. Roundv	
T. Tugwell '.
Willis Bond	
A. Peatt	
W. Hassard	
Poeri & Phillips	
W. Phillips	
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward	
XII— PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Vote No. 68.—Works and Buildings.—Concluded.
Furniture, Government Offices.
Furniture, Government Buildings, Supreme Court	
Do.       Superintendent of Education's Office	
Do.      Government Offices, New Westminster	
Do.       1 stove,      do.        Laketon, October, 1879...
Do.       sundry articles, do. do.
Insurance of Government Buildings.
Premium on Sundry Policies	
Vote No. 69.—Government House, Victoria.
Window glass, putty, and drayage, April, 1879	
Repairs to water-closet, tank and pipes . .•	
Repairs to Fencing.
Keg of nails for repairs to fence	
Vote No. 70.—Roads, Streets, and Bridoes.
Victoria City District.
Assisting Surveyor-General laying out road work, 4 days (c
Do.     Mr. Jane do. do. 1 day ..
Grading and gravelling Beacon Hill	
First payment on account of Contract No. 38	
Extension of View Street, do.     No. 41	
Grading extension of Gorge Road	
Balance of Contract for removing fence, Pemberton Street .
Gravelling Rupert Street, on account of Contract No. 42...
Grading Pemberton Street	
Coal used blasting rock near Royal Hospital     ,
Labour do. do. 	
Do. do. do. 	
Do. do. do. 	
Teaming do. do. 	
Expressage on material for blasting, Pandora Street	
$2 per day
Victoria District.
Buggy hire, Surveyor-General, 2 days	
Removing show from the road to Public School	
Renewing culvert on Saanich Road	
Repairing hole on West Saanich Road	
Repairs to Burnside Road	
Do.       Ross Bay Bridge	
Hauling lumber from Say ward's to Ross Bay Bridge	
Lumber for Ross Bay Bridge 	
Nails for do. 	
Repairs to Gordon Head Road	
Nails and measuring tape	
Cutting 3 trees out of West Saanich Road	
Gordon Head Sleigh Road, on account of contract No. 27.
Raking in gravel on East Saanich Road	
Repairs on West Saanich Road 	
Cutting out trees on do.  :	
Repairs to East Saanich Road 	
Cutting out fallen trees on West Saanich Road	
Repairs to Mount Newton Cross Road	
Do.       Road at Swan Lake Bridge	
Do.      Cadboro and Ross Bay Roads	
Do.       Bridge at Indian Village, North Saanich	
Esquimalt District.
Cutting out large tree on Metchosin Road	
Buggy hire, 3 days	
Rebuilding 2 bridges on Sooke Road   	
Clearing fallen trees, Metchosin Road	
Do. Happy Valley Road 	
Do. Metchosin Road	
100 lbs. bolts and staples for boom, Sooke River Bridge .
Repairs to Bilston Bridge, Metchosin Road	
Repairs on roads	
Replacing Sooke Bridge boom, and hire of jack screws..
Do.       Bridge on Otter Point Trail, &c	
Use of team, hauling logs for road culverts 	
Sundry repairs, Metchosin and Sooke Roads	
Putting in 5 culverts, Craigflower and Admiral's Road ..
Timber and labour, Sooke Bridge '.	
Replacing Sooke Bridge boom, and hire of jack screws ..
Carried forward.
Arrears,
1878.
$   cts.
235 79
235 79
S cts.
91 80
22 50
76 25
30 00
25 50
S cts
10 75
32 75
8 00
2 00
245 00
160 00
326 00
150 00
8 00
75 00
500 00
3 53
21 00
21 00
21 00
2 00
1 00
10 00
3 00
35 00
7 00
20 00
3 75
75
2 00
75
100 00
4 25
6 00
90 00
4 00
14 00
2 50
10 00
2 50
12 00
2 60
38 00
27 00
10 00
15 00
60 00
6 26
5 00
3 50
16 50
78 00
171 12
6 50
25 00
6 00
46 00
37 50
47 00
6 50
761 47
246 05
105 00
43 50
2 76
1,158 77
1,532 63
395 00
628 87
2,456 40 43 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st January to 31st March, 1880.
473
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
1878.
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
235 79
6 10
2,466 40
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Vote No. 70.—Roads, Streets, and Bridoes.—Continued.
Cowichan District.
150 00
5 00
23 00
H. Fry	
H. Fuller	
Nanaimo District.
178 00
11 36
Main Trunk Road.
309 08
103 00
8 00
24 32
6 10
1,040 00
53 67
6 00
13 17
46 14
14 00
97 88
4 00
181 11
3 00
4 00
10 00
46 11
303 00
9 00
7 27
36 63
10 00
208 00
292 53
4 50
2 00
28 00
125 00
12 25
12 25
400 99
160 00
79 50
73 50
5 00
P. H. Synon	
Do.                   do.                                  5                  	
W. Boyd	
J. McCully	
4894 lbs. Oats                                         ,,     1 	
C. E. Rombrot	
S. M. Nelson 	
E. E. Bligh	
J. McKay & Co	
W. Tinline	
Pay Sheet	
Do	
Do.     1st Dec, '79, to 31st Jan. '80 „     1 	
Do.                                               „     5 	
On account of contract to keep open road from Barkerville to Stanley..
J. P. Curry	
Do.                         do.                 „     4         	
D. H McMillan	
Do.                    do.            24J   „    „     4	
P. H. Synon	
New Westminster District.
3,738 00
75 00
64 24
85 00
2 00
82 50
11 25
57 50
11 25
23 75
2 50
1 50
26 00
82 60
20 00
6 25
2 50
25 00
21 85
92 50
12 75
28 50
12 50
7 50
19 87
10 26
8 00
4 37
8 00
35 00
323 04
24 00
2 00
Pay Sheet	
T. Grenham	
J. S. Gray	
Do.                       do.               9J ,,    	
W. J. Gosset	
W. R. Major	
J. McNulty	
J. S. Grav	
G. Hutton 	
A. G. Smith	
C. G. Major	
Do.    do	
Do.    do	
Do.   do	
H. Hoy	
H. Elliott	
Do	
Lumber for bridge, North Arm Road 	
14 days' use of horse and cart, repairing Burrard Inlet Road .
Do.   do	
Staking out, drawing plan, & making specification of Burrard inlet Rd.
241 89
1,187 87
6,383 76 474
Public Accounts, 1st January to 31st March, 1880.
1880
TO WHOM PAID.
W. Blaekie	
H. Bonson	
Str. Royal City ...
W. J. Armstrong .
G. H. Brown	
Str. Reliance
Fell & Co	
W. B. Robinson..
D. A. McDonald .
Indian Charley ..
Indian Joseph ...
J. P. Reid	
J. Gallagher	
Moses Pigion ....
B. C. Express Co.
N. Gustofsen ....
J. Dunn	
Edward Chancey.
Pay Sheet	
Do	
Munroe & Campbell.
J. Welsh ....
J. K. Barker.
R. McLeese..
M. W. Crawford ,
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward	
XII.-PUBL1C WORKS.-ConJMiuert.
Vote No. 70.—Roads, Streets, and Bridges.—Concluded.
New Westminster District..—Concluded.
Repairing tools, Burrard Inlet Road and North Arm Trail 	
Moving camp	
Passage of Road Superintendent from Popcum to New Westr. and back
Lumber for North-East Road	
Repairs to Long Bridge, Burrard Inlet Road	
Tale District.
Fares and freight, Skaget Trail party	
Supplies to do. 	
Disbursements for do. 	
On act. of extra expenses incurred in carrying out contract No 3, sec. 2
Shovelling snow out of road	
Do. do	
Lillooet District.
1 shovel	
Labour on Dog and Canoe Creek Roads, 13£ days	
Do. do. do.      8|   	
Freight on 33 lbs. blasting powder, Lillooet-Clinton Road .
Labour on Dog and Canoe Creek Roads, 6 days	
Do. do. do.   13   	
Kootenay District.
Labour, 4 days, August 4th to 8th; 1879	
Do. 29th July to 4th October, 1879	
Do. 15th October to 20th November, 1879	
Cariboo District.
Labour and material of 2,500 feet of bulk head to prevent Creek from
flooding Barkerville	
Labour on Harvey Creek Trail, 3 days	
Removing timber from Trail, Beaver Lake to Keithley Creek, 5 days..
Supplies to Chilcotin Trail Party, September and October, 1879	
Cassiar District.
Labour on Telegraph and Dease Trails, 15 days	
Vote No. 71.—Survets.
Sumass Dyking Act, 1878.
J. A. Navarre  Salary as Superintendent, 1st to 31st January, 1880.
Occident Hotel  Board and lodging for Superintendent, 1 week	
J. D. Evans  Do. do. 4 weeks and 2
W. Bennett.
W. Selleok.
Northern Assurance Co.
N. B. & Mercantile Co..
Pay Sheet	
W. Bennett 	
J. Dougall	
Matthews, Richards & Co.
W. J. Louttet	
A. Muir	
Englehardt & Co	
Pay Sheet	
Vote No. 72.—Gravino Dock.
Resident Engineer's Salary.
Salary as Resident Engineer, 1st December, 1879, to 29th Feb.,
Storage.
Rent of store, December, 1879, to February, 1880	
ranee.
Premium on $8,000..
Do.        $13,000.
Workinq Pump.
Wages—Engineer Muir, Blacksmith, and labour.
Diary for 1880	
Forging and cutting bolts and vice screw	
Padlock, door lock for store, stock and dies	
Wages as Engineer, 1 day	
Do. 28J days @ $3 50 per day ...
Coal to January 14th	
Wages, Engineer Muir, and labour	
Carried forward.
Arrears,
1878.
$   cts.
841 89
$   cts
1,187 87
9 40
6 00
6 00
1 84
32 50
21 35
163 60
136 00
600 00
1 00
1 00
2 60
40 50
25 50
6 60
18 00
39 00
16 00
1,151 50
178 00
625 00
12 00
20 00
113 69
150 00
9 00
25 72
180 00
223 75
102 60
1 25
•  24 26
16 60
2 50
99 75
60 88
79 40
$   cts.
6,383 75
1,248 61
912 :
182 10
1,345 60
770 I
75 00
10,863 60
184 72
548 75
240 00
363 75
378 13
1,618 63 43 Vic. Public Accounts, 1st January to 31st March, 1880.
475
TO WHOM PAID.
Daily "Standard"	
Do. do	
Do. do. 	
J. C. Brown, N.W. Herald
Daily " Standard"	
J. C. Brown, N. W Herald
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
G. Norris, "Free Press".
M. W. Waitt & Co	
Do.       do. 	
Do.       do. 	
R. T. Williams	
T. N. Hibben & Co	
M. W. Waitt & Co	
J. C. Devlin	
W. H. Keary	
W. Teague	
M. W. Waitt & Co	
Do. do	
Do. do	
R, T. Williams	
T. N. Hibben & Co	
Calbraith, Grant & Cook
J. Fletcher & Co	
Mara & Wilson	
Postmaster Victoria	
G. J.Bowles	
Postmaster N. Westm'tr.
Do.       Cariboo	
Do.       Soda Creek,.
Do.       Yale	
Do.       Kamloops ...
Do.      Clinton	
Do.       Nanaimo	
W. U. Telegraph Co	
J. McCutcheon	
J*C. McClure	
B. C. Telegraph Co	
Indian Shulta.	
De Weiderhold & Co	
Victoria Gas Co	
Englehardt & Co	
J. Fell & Co	
Gaston & Robinson	
R. Brodrick	
W. Teague	
H. Elliott 	
Indians Stein and Jim...
W. B. Withers	
Olarihue & Carson	
Calbraith, Grant & Cook.
Mara & Wilson	
Executor of W. Mauley
(M. Boal)	
S. Bednall	
W. Beaumont	
F. Dencede	
J. Cairns	
Kwong Lee & Co	
S. McLeary	
F. McLeary	
J. Rousseau	
C. Wood	
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward .
35
XIII.—MISCELLANEOUS EXPENDITURE.
Vote No. 73.—Advertising.
Advertising, Lands and Works Department, December, 1879	
Do. Provincial Secretary's Office	
Do. Proclamation	
Do. Sundry Notices, October, 1879	
Do. do. 	
Do. do. November, 1879	
Do. Delinquent Tax List and Court of Revision, Nov , 1879 .
Do. Tenders for repairs to Burrard Inlet Road, Dec, 1879 ...
Do. Notice to Claimants of Land, New West. Dist., January
Do. Proclamation and Reward, January	
Do. Sundry Notices, December	
Do. do. August to December, 1879	
Vote No. 74.—Stationery.
Stationery, Lands and Works Department, September to December.
Do.      Treasury Department, do. do.
Do.      Attorney-General's   do. May	
Ruling and Binding sundry books	
Stationery, January, 1880	
Do	
Do.       for Government Agent, Cariboo	
Do. do. New Westminster, August to Jan
Do. do. Yale, February	
Do.       Provincial Secretary, January to March	
Do.       Treasury	
Do.       Lands and Works	
Ruling and Binding sundry books .».
Stationery, Provincial Secretary, February and March	
Do.  '   Government Office, Laketon, November, 1879	
Do. do. McDame Creek, September, 1879
Do. do. Kamloops, February, 1880	
Vote No. 75.—Postage.
Postage for Departments, December, 1879, to February, 1880	
Do.   on parcel, Law Stamps	
Do.   stamps for 6 months	
Do. Government Agent	
Do. do.	
Do. do. 	
Do. do. 	
Do. do. 	
Do. do. 	
Vote No. 76.—Telegrams.
Messages, December, 1879, to February, 1880	
Do.       McLean Bros, and Hare	
Do. do. 	
Do	
Messenger with telegrams from Nicola to Spence's Bridge	
Vote No. 77.—Fuel and Light.
Coal and wood for Offices, Victoria	
Gas do. do.     November, 1879, to February, 181
Coal and wood       do. do	
Candles for Supreme Court	
Coal for Offices, Victoria	
Do. do. 	
Coal oil and candles for Office, Yale	
Coal for Government Agent, New AVestminster	
8 cords of wood, and sawing, Government Office, Yale	
Cutting and sawing wood, do. do	
Coal oil and candles, do. Cassiar	
Lamp, glass shade, and burner,    do. do	
3 cords of wood, candles, matches, &c, Govt., Office, Kamloops	
Vote No. 80.—Refunds.
Refund of interest charged on pre-emption Cowichan District	
Do. do. do. do. 	
Do. do. Crown Grant Fee,    do. 	
Do. do. pre-emption do. 	
Do. do. do. 	
Do. Liquor Licence (difference between town and rural) Cariboo
Do. interest charged pre-emption Lot 316, 317, N. W. District
Do. do. do.        Lot 315, do.       do.
Do. do. do.        Lot 305, do.       do.
Do. do. do.        Lot 319, do.      do.
Carriid forward	
Arrears,
1878.
$  cts.
841 89
S41 89
$ cts.
54 00
103 50
38 75
21 50
47 50
49 00
32 00
2 50
10 00
17 00
42 50
20 00
22 37
6 60
23 37
22 80
36 25
1,192 87
5 75
25 25
1 62
48 25
3 25
36 62
49 25
68 62
3 00
3 50
2 50
280 99
10 11
41 17
16 00
5 00
10 00
10 00
17 34
10 00
176 70
3 10
12 25
49 1C
5 00
105 00
82 9C
86 0C
2 76
64 0(
62 0C
6 75
* 29 0C
34 00
2 60
20 60
4 OO
12 50
12 00
9 00
5 00
10 00
5 37
70 00
8 70
5 82
4 13
54
180 56 476
Public Accounts, 1st January to 31st March, 1880.
1880
TO WHOM PAID.
M. Mauly	
C. York	
D. Hopkins	
T. McGuffie...
J. Richardson
W. Fernie.
Victoria Fire Department
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward	
XIII.—MISCELLANEOUS EXPENDITURE.—Concluded.
Vote No. 80.—Refunds.—Concluded.
Refund of interest charged on Pre-emption, Nanaimo
Do. do. do. do.
.   Do. do. do.
Do. do. do. do.
Do. do. do. do.
Vote No. 83.—Allowance to Officer, Kootenay.
Allowance for cleaning office, horse hire, etc., etc., to 31st Dec, 1879
Vote. No. 84.—Fire Department, Victoria.
Grant in aid	
Vote No. 86.—Fire Departmemt, New Westminster.
R. B. Kelly, Chief Eng'r. Grant in aid for year ending 30th June, 1880	
Vote No. 95.—Miscellaneous, not detailed.
C. E. Redfern	
B. A. Bank Note Co.
E. Marvin	
J. Parsons	
T. Harris	
Mrs. Deasey	
C. McConnac	
W. Healey	
F. L. Tuckfield	
A. Vipond,	
N. Shakespeare	
H. McKenzie	
T. S. Wilson	
D. W. Higgins	
G. Kenny 	
B. C. Express Co	
G. Morrison	
J. Tait	
E. Grant .
J. Evans ....
T. Barry	
F. W. Foster
J Tait	
Mara & Wilson...
W.Smith	
Rev. J. B. Good .
Dr. Sievewright..
C. Olsum	
C. G. Major .
R. W. Deane.
G. Gannon	
B. C. Express Co.
W. H. Smith	
Indian Aleck	
John Johnston	
Clarihue & Carson .
Indian Jim	
C. Stasth	
Repairing clock for Supreme Court	
Engraving and printing stamps "Law Stamp Act, 1879"	
Two wood taps, May llth, 1878	
Subscription to "Colonist"	
Amount of poundage on estreated bonds, §500, Regina v. Cooper...
Washing towels, Land Office and Prov. Secretary, to 31st Dec, 1879
Subscription to "Standard," "Guardian,"and "Free Press"	
Collecting Chinese statistics	
Do.       " do. 	
Making clamps, screw- for level, and key for Treasury	
Collecting Chinese statistics	
Expressage on books	
Frame for publishing card B. A. Bank Note Co	
Two years' sub. to " Colonist" for British Consul, San Francisco, 1880-81
Carriage of books and revenue forms to Omineca, 1879	
Charges on Assessment Roll from Kamloops	
Soap and polish for Government offices    .
Ammunition supplied special messenger with telegrams, and paid for
bringing in body of J. LTssher	
Reimbursement for saddle and canteen loaned to Government Agent,
J. Ussher, and destroyed by McLean brothers and Hare	
Drayage on arms and ammunition at N. W.(McLean brothers and Hare)
Do. .     do.,        Victoria to steamer,        do. do.
Ammunition supplied at Clinton 	
Conveyance of  Dr. Sievewright from Kamloops to Cache Creek and
return from medical assistance to McLeod (McLean Bros, and Hare)..
Ammunition supplies, medicine for Constables and McLeod,    do.    do,
Cleaning offices, Legislative Assembly   	
Six copies of Thompson Indian dictionary	
Medical attendance on J. McLeod and T. Aurie at Kamloops, including
board and lodging from Kamloops to N. W. (McLean bros. and Hare)
Messenger with despatches from Cache Creek to Kamloops	
Green baize, lamp glasses, etc., for Govt. Office, New Westminster	
Two repeating rifles, 1100 cartridges, sent to Kamloops for use of Constables (McLean brothers and Hare)	
Conveyance of Government mail matter from Cassiar in winter	
Passage Dr. Sievewright, Yale to Kamloops, and return from Cache
Creek to New Westminster (McLean brothers and Hare)	
Conveyance of Gov't letters to and from McDame Ck. summer 1879....
Do. do. do. Telegraph Creek,     do	
Express charges on Government matter Victoria to Cassiar, Oct., 1879
Paint and oil for Government boat, Cassiar, July, 1879	
Packing Government letters	
Cleaning office and moving stove, furniture, etc., McDame Creek	
Arrears,
1878.
$   cts.
841 89
1 00
842 89
S cts.
130 56
7 46
8 79
11 26
8 00
12 40
2 00
382 50
1 00
6 60
26 00
10 00
13 00
41 66
41 66
4 00
41 66
1 00
1 75
22 60
5 00
1 00
2 50
11 17
47 60
1 50
2 50
14 00
30 00
38 32
10 00
6 00
293 75
20 00
108 00
25 00
70 00
12 50
3 00
15 00
5 00
2 00
4 00
$   cts.
3,136 78
178 47
60 00
750 00
500 00
1,330 85
5,946 10 43 Vic. Public Accounts, 1st January to 31st March, 1880.
477
Recapitulation of Expenditure,
1st July, 1879, tq 31st March, 1879.
Vote.
6
7
7
8
9
10
11
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
28A
29
33
34
36
37
38
89
40
41
42
48
44
46
48
SERVICE
I.—Public Debt.
Interest	
Sinking Fund	
Premium and Exchange ..
Discount and Commission.
II.—Civil Government (Salaries).
Lieutenant Governor's Office	
Provincial Secretary and Minister of Mines
Do. Printing Branch	
Treasury Department 	
Lands and Works Department	
Attorney General's Department  	
Registrar-General's Department 	
Registration of Voters	
Assay Office :	
Lunatic Asylum	
Revenue Services 	
III.—Administration of Jubtice (Salaries).
Supreme Court
Sheriffs	
County Court..
Police and Gaols, Victoria
Do. Esquimalt	
Do. New Westminster	
Do. New Westminster District ,
Do. Kootenay  	
Do. Cariboo  	
Do. Cassiar 	
Do. Yale	
Do. Kamloops 	
Do. Clinton	
Do. Nanaimo	
IV.—Legislation.
Expenses of Elections	
Contingent Fund 	
Journals and Statutes Binding .
V.—Public Institutions (Maintenance).
Assay Office, Cariboo  	
Printing Office, Victoria	
Lunatic Asylum, New Westminster:—
Provisions	
Fuel	
Medicines	
Clothing	
Furniture	
Transport of Lunatics and Keepers.
Miscellaneous	
VI.—Hospitals and Charities.
Hospital, Victoria	
Do.     New Westminster	
Do.     Cariboo	
Do.     Nanaimo 	
Do.     Cassiar ;	
In aid of destitute poor and sick	
VII.—Administration of Justice (other than Salaries).
Administration of Justice :—
Summoning and paying Jurors and Witnesses *.	
Prosecution and Interpreters.	
Expenses of Inquests	
Fees to Justices	
Criminal Punishment	
Rewards  	
Police and Gaols :—
Keep of Prisoners	
Special Constables	
Transport of Prisoners and Constables	
Carried fonmrd.
1st July
to
31st Dec.
1879.
$24,117 50
7,275 00
472 50
351 71
1st Jan.
to
31st March
1880.
,685 00
,191 93
,440 00
,660 00
050 00
,299 96
236 10
500 00
846 66
1,110 42
1,000 00
249
375 00
3,407 65
300 00
965 32
180 00
468 00
2,490 00
924 50
550 00
500 00
50 00
1,710 00
324 75
4 75
587 50
388 24
76 52
1,356 66
70 25
49 00
98 93
317 50
125 87
2,499
1,062 48
1,333 32
1,500 00
94 00
2,846 34
2,067 20
358 96
36 00
3,968 04
820 90
1,552 07
$21,825 00
7,818 00
360 00
245 61
1,479 13
1,380 97
1,770 00
2,015 00
450 00
649 98
137 50
100 00
2,539 98
300 00
460 00
333 31
225 00
1,781 32
180 00
3,255
180 00
351 00
522 00
1,922 00
110 00
164 60
180 00
570 00
35 00
'4706
1st July,
1879, to
31st March
1880.
32 50
524 03
1,262 16
304 25
103 25
23 25
34 25
5 60
121 25
1,249 98
2,124 96
666 66
500 00
168 00
25 00
768 50
303 50
160 20
144 13
1,220 00
3,058 94
3,288 43
1,898 00
$45,942 50
15,093 00
832 50
597 32
1,049 94
4,164 13
3,572 90
5,210 00
5,675 00
1,500 00
1,949 94
373 60
600 00
3,386 64
1,410 42
1,460 00
583 29
600 00
5,188 97
480 00
4,221 28
360 00
819 00
3,012 00
2,846 50
660 00
664 50
230 00
2,280 00
359 75
4 75
634 50
420 74
600 65
2,618 82
374 50
152 25
122 18
34 25
323 00
247 12
2,749 94
3,187 44
1,999 98
2,000 00
168 00
119 00
3,614 84
2,370 70
519 16
36 00
144 13
1,220 00
7,026 98
4,169 33
3,450 07
Total.
$62,465 32
28,892 67
23,405 54
5,892 41
10,224 36
22,491 20
153,371 40 478
Public Accounts, 1st January to 31st March, 1880.
1880
Vote.
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
68
59
60
61
62
63
84
66
Education Office 	
Victoria City District	
Victoria District 	
Esquimalt District	
Cowichan District	
Nanaimo District 	
Comox District 	
New Westminster City District.
New Westminster District	
Hope-Yale District	
Lillooet District	
Cariboo District.,	
68 -
SERVICE
Brought forward ...
RECAPITULATION.—Continued.
VIII.—Education.
IX.—Transport.
Freight on Remittances	
Travelling Expenses of Officers on Duty .
Keep of horses	
Rent of ground, Government House 	
XI.—Revenue Services.
Commission	
Courts of Appeal	
Travelling Expenses	
Rent, Miscellaneous, &c..
XII.—Public Works.
Works and Buildings.
Repairs to Government Buildings and Fences, Victoria
Do. do. New Westminster ...
Do. do. Nanaimo	
Do. do. Yale	
Do. do. Cariboo  	
Do. do. Cassiar	
Do. do. Kootenay	
Do. do. Forks Quesnelle	
Metlakahtla Lock-up	
Okanagan Lock-up	
Lunatic Asylum,'New Westminster	
School-House, Lillooet	
Victoria School Reserve	
Improvement of Government Reserve, Victoria	
Furniture, Government Offices	
Insurance of Government Buildings	
Works and Buildings.
Government House, Victoria.
Repairs to building
Do.      fencing..
70 ■<
n{
Roads, Streets, and Bridges.
Victoria City District 	
Victoria District	
Esquimalt District	
Victoria and Esquimalt Districts—Bridge Repairs .
Shoal Harbour Wharf	
Cowichan District  	
Nanaimo District 	
Comox District 	
Main Trunk Road	
New Westminster District	
Yale District  	
Lillooet District	
Kootenay District	
Cariboo District	
Cassiar District	
Surveys.
Surveys throughout the Province
Sumass Dyking Act, 1878	
1st July
to
i31st Dec,
1879.
1st Jan.,
to
31st March
1880.
925 60
536 77
711 60
103 10
395 04
519 50
630 80
849 88
944 03
341 23
849 10
900 60
146 42
794 18
151 57
2,441 68
40 OO
329 00
351 00
662 62
28 12
214 66
7 50
20 00
250 00
67 00
422 87
685
L,302 25
693 83
144 50
46 25
283
1,357 12
183 14
40 35
1st July,
1879, to
31st March
1880.
225 00
728 13
591 75
70 00
900 00
699 33
271 16
516 25
,403 78
760 83
635 25
262 40
649 30
,893 71
,106 35
56 00
1,146 64
Carried forward   260,132 76
$ 337 20
2,707 06
938 75
592 75
441 00
779 75
220 58
886 69
1,012 34
844 75
200 00
358 16
2 16
600 62
S4 36
736 84
190 50
161 00
164
392 07
26 26
50
30 50
33 50
11 00
246 05
105 00
43 50
2 75
1,532 53
395 00
528 87
$1,262 80
7,243 83
2,650 25
1,695 91
1,836 04
3,299 25
851 38
1,736 57
3,956 37
3,185 98
1,049 10
1,258 76
148 58
1,394 80
235 93
48 47
Total.
153,371 40
3,178 62
230 60
490 00
515 75
178 00
11 35
3,738 00
1,243 61
912 85
132 10
1,345 50
770 69
75 00
184 72
1,054 69
64 38
215 16
7 50
50 50
283 50
67 00
250 02
422 87
685 86
1,319 87
693 83
144 50
57 25
529 07
1,462 12
226 64
43 10
1,757 53
4,123 13
4,120 62
70 00
900 00
1,877 33
4,282 51
516 25
29,141 78
2,004 44
4,448 10
1,394 50
1,994 80
2,664 40
2,241 35
56 00
1,331 36
30,026 24
1,779 31
48 47
4,414 77
7,298 72
269 74
61,536 74
1,387 36 43 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st January to 31st March, 1880.
479
Vote.
SERVICE
73
74
75
70
77
78
80
82
83
84
85
86
87
95
No Tote
Brought forward	
RECAPITULATION.—Concluded.
XII.—Public Works.—Concluded.
Graving Dock.
Resident Engineer's Salary	
Storage	
Payment for land taken	
Erecting pump 	
Working pump 	
Cofferdam Contract 	
Graving Dock construction (Chap. 20, sec. 1)
XIII.—Miscellaneous.
Advertising	
Stationery	
Postage	
Telegrams	
Fuel and Light  '.	
Library; Legislative and Departmental .
Refunds	
Premium on Guarantee Bonds .	
Allowance to Officer, Kootenay	
Fire Department, Victoria	
Do. Nanaimo	
Do. New Westminster ...
Do. Cariboo 	
Miscellaneous not detailed	
Gratuity to Widow of G. Jenkinson	
Total.
1st July
to
31st Dec,
1879.
911 25
400 00
400 00
23 00
667 43
5,340
78 45
478
1,029
806
346
359
262
470
710
50
500
500
500
548
300
1st Jan.
to
31st March
1880.
546 75
240 00
378 13
438 25
1,541 77
399 01
245 15
512 00
178 47
50 00
750 00
50O 00
1,330 85
1st July,
1879, to
31st March
1880.
1,458 00
640 00
400 00
23 00
1,046 56
6,340 87
78 45
917 00
2,571
1,205 93
591 68
871 8:
262 60
649 40
710 00
100 00
750 00
500 00
1,000 00
500 00
1,879 78
300 00
Total.
260,132 76
9,985 88
12,809 47
.282,928 10
Audit Office,
21st April, 1880,
J. McB. Smith,
Auditor.
VICTORIA: Printed by Richard Wolfenden, Government Printer,
at the Government Printing Office, James' Bay

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