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 British   Columbia.
STATEMENT  OF  EXPENDITURE
AS
BROUGHT TO ACCOUNT AT THE TREASURY,
PROM
1st January to 30th June, 1879,
TOGETHER  WITH
RETURNS  OF REVENUE
FOR  THE  SAME  PERIOD,
VICTORIA: Printed by Richard Wolfenden, Government Printer,
at the Government Printing Office, James' Bay.
-^-  43 Vic. Public Accounts.
To the Honourable A. N. Richards, Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British
Columbia.
May it please Your Honour:
The undersigned has the honour to submit the Public Accounts of the Province of
British Columbia to the end of the Fiscal Year, 30th June, 1879.
A Comparative Statement of the Receipts and Expenditures of the Province from
the 20th July, 1871, to the 30th June, 1879, (inclusive], compiled from the books of the
Deputy Treasurer, is also ineluded. A careful comparison of this Return with the
details of expenditure annually published, shows that the classification, especially under
the heads of' account "Civil Government (Salaries)" and " Administration of Justice
(Salaries)," has not been carried out in some of the former years in the same manner as
during the past twelve months; and that the expenditure under these heads, as now
classified, amounted during the first half of the year 1878 to a sum equal to the rate of
$116,000 per annum.
The payments for the year, from 1st July, 1878, to 30th June, 1879, strictly classified under the above heads of account, have been less than $78,100; thus showing (after
making ample allowance for arrears of that period that may be paid during the fiscal
year 1880) a saving to the Revenue, in one year, of over Thirty-five thousand dollars
under these heads of expenditure alone.
You will no doubt observe, from the Returns herewith submitted, that the reduction
of the Funded Debt of the Province has gradually taken place during the period, and
that expenditure in excess of Revenue has ceased.
Respectfully submitted.
ROBERT BEAVEN,
Minister of Finance.
Treasury Department,
Victoria, 1st November, 1879.  r
43 Vic. Public Accounts.
Audit Office, Treasury,
October 31st, 1879.
To the Honourable Robert Beaven,
Minister of Finance.
The undersigned has the honour to present to you the Public Accounts for the
half-year ending 30th June, 1879.
Respectfully submitted.
JNO. J. AUSTIN,
Acting Auditor.  7
The Treasure^ in Account Current with the Province of British Columbia, for the Year ending 31st December, 1878.
Heads op Receipts.
Dominion Subsidy	
Land Sales	
Land Revenue	
Rents (exclusive of Land)	
Free Miners' Certificates	
Mining Receipts, General	
Licences	
Fines, Forfeitures, and Fees..
Fees of Office	
Reimbursements in aid	
Sale of Government Property.
Miscellaneous Receipts	
Road Tax	
Marriage Licence Fund	
Wild Land Tax	
Road Tolls	
Immigration	
Victoria City Tax	
Arrears, Real Estate Tax	
School Tax	
Real Property Tax	
Personal Property Tax1	
Income Tax	
Real Estate Tax Redemption .
Graving Dock ;	
Revenue Services	
Interest	
Guarantee Premium, Refund.
Registrar-General's Fees	
Delinquency on Taxes	
Supreme Court Fees	
County Court Fees	
Sale of School Books	
Chinese Tax	
Surveys 	
Assay Office	
Printing Office	
Lunatic Asylum	
Sale of Consolidated Statutes.
Deposits	
Overpayments	
Advances to Heads of Departments	
Remittances between Chests	
Account Current, Bank of British Columbia......
Drafts between Stations	
Sumass Dyking Scheme	
Bank of Irtish Columbia, Deposit Account	
Suspense Account	
British Columbia Loan Act, 1878	
Collector, Osoyoos	
Treasurer, account Kootenay Commission	
Assessment Act Suspense Account	
Balances on hand 1st January, 1878	
Balance due Sub-Accountant, Yale, 31st Dec, 1878
Six Months
ENDING
30th June.
208,093 56
8,277 00
1,563 55
80 00
4,830 00
3,673 75
8,812 50
2,943 72
3,301'15
3,166 75
1,060 34
32 03
226 65
262 50
868 37
8,334 58
50 00
3 58
76 87
621 00
3,471 78
1,294 21
184 55
82
31 25
$ 261,260 51
3,355 77
193 50
30,492 41
18,502 23
288,620 99
10,222 24
25.,000 00
25,725 35
$ 663,373 00
Six Months
ENDING
31st December.
31,815 56
2,418 46
859 00
7,095 00
4,920 00
15,913 70
2,132 50
11 75
4,416 08
230 10
142 46
80 71
270 00
8,662 56
24,101 14
259 00
25 30
42 81
20,471 25
21,917 48
10,892 59
1,071 32
34 88
12 25
5 75
2,664 79
78 75
2,036 24
999 10
1,236 45
527 20
664 65
117 00
991 19
596 75
241
15
38
72
55 00
$ 168,025 87
870 24
108 56
9,714 27
73,082 76
157,806 29
1,569 71
1,499 61
50,000 00
20 03
45,500 00
170 61
973 08
784 07
2 90
$ 510,128 00
Total.
208,093 56
40,092 56
3,982 01
939 00
11,925 00
8,593 75
24,726 20
5,076 22
3,312 90
7,582 83
1,290 44
174 49
307 36
532 50
9,530 93
32,435 72
309 00
28 88
119 68
21,092 25
25,389 26
12,186 80
1,255 87
35 70
43 50
5 75
2,664 79
78 75
2,036 24
999 10
1,236 45
527 20
664 65
117 00
991 19
596 75
241 38
15 72
55 00
$ 429,286 38
4,226 01
302 06
40,206 68
91,584 99
446,427 28
11,791 95
1,499 61
75,000 00
20 03
45,500 00
170 61
973 08
784 07
25,725 35
2 90
$ 1,173,501 00
Heads op Expenditure.
Salaries, Fixed	
Legislation	
Assay Office	
Printing Office	
Administration of Justice ...
Police and Gaols	
Revenue Services	
Lunatic Asylum	
Charitable Allowances	
Education	
Surveys 	
Rent	
Transport 	
Immigration	
Interest	
Works and Buildings	
Roads, Streets, and Bridges .
Miscellaneous Services	
Municipalities	
Graving Dock 	
Discount and Commission ...
Premium and Exchange	
Kootenay Royal Commission
Deposits repaid	
Overpayments	
Advances to Heads of Departments	
Remittances between Chests	
Account Current, Bank of British Columbia....
Drafts between Stations 	
Sumass Dyking Scheme	
Bank of British Columbia, Deposit Account	
Collector, Osoyoos	
Treasurer, account Kootenay Commission	
British Columbia Loan Trustees, 1877	
Dominion Government Account	
Suspense Account	
Sinking Fund Loan, 1874	
Bank of British Columbia, London	
British Columbia Loan Act, 1876	
C. Phair, Government Agent, Lillooet	
Balance due Sub-Acctnt., Kootenay, 1st Jan. 1878
Do. do. Nanaimo,       do.
Do. do. Lillooet, do.
Do.          do.          Clinton,          do.
Balances on hand 31st December, 1878	
Six Months
ENDING
30th June.
15,378 24
686 25
1,561 82
5,514 44
9,554 24
4,511 54
6,041 45
7,429 90
22,631 29
1,334 74
54 25
1,351 73
1,000 00
25,692 52
5,675 21
39,273 82
19,580 79
2,625 00
11,885 07
$ 227,561 40
1,008 78
732 33
31,689 02
15,371 21
260,114 72
9,933 81
226 40
100,000 00
7,275 00
254 27
20 03
547 50
349 88
03
9 31
$ 655,093 69
Six Months
ENDING
31st December.
$    43,559 30
13,076
90
582
4,299
12,272
2,244 24
4,127 20
7,729 06
20,702 72
1,673 64
24 25
917 57
26,380 42
8,769 15
38,558 72
11,153 97
6,986 14
488 60
368 68
841 55
$  204,846 71
3,082 57
7,367 97
77,289 27
123,763 10
5,360 29
1,651 32
20 31
1,100 00
7,275 00
897 90
543 00
700 00
65,500 00
6 50
19,003 37
$ 518,407 31
Total*
89,338 40
28,454 39
776 48
2,144 29
9,814 19
21,827 14
6,755 78
10,168 65
15,158 96
43,334 01
3,008 38
78 50
2,269 30
1,000 00
52,072 94
14,444 36
77,832 54
30,734 76
2,625 00
18,871 21
488 60
368 68
841 55
$.432,408 11
4,091 35
732 33
39,056 99
92,660 48
383,877 82
15,294 10
1,877 72
100,000 00
20 31
1,100 00
14,550 00
1,152 17
20 03
543 00
700 00
65,500 00
6 50
547 50
349 88
03
9 31
19,003 37
$ 1,173,501 00
Examined and found correct,
Jno. J. Austin,
Acting Auditor.
J as. Judson Young,
. Deputy Treasurer. 8
The Treasurer in Account Current with the Province of British ^Columbia, for the Half-Year ending 30th June, 1879,
Heads of Receipts.
Dominion of Canada:—
Half-yearly payment of Interest, at 5 per Cent., on $501,871 24 $ 12,546 78
Do. do. Subsidy      17,500 00
Do. do. Grant per capita       24,000 00
Do. do. for Lands to be conveyed in trust     50,000 00
Land Sales	
Land Revenue	
Rents (exclusive of Land)	
Rents (Ferries)	
Free Miners' Certificates	
Mining Receipts, General	
Licences	
Fines, Forfeitures, and Fees	
Fees of Office	
Assay Fees	
Sale of Government Property .•
Reimbursements in aid	
Miscellaneous Receipts	
Sale of School Books	
Marriage Licences	
Road Tolls	
Arrears, Real Estate Tax (1 per cent.) 1865-66	
School Tax	
Real Property Tax	
Personal Property Tax	
Income Tax	
Wild Land Tax	
Delinquency on Taxes	
2£ per cent. Commission on Tax Sales	
Printing Office Receipts	
Supreme Court Fees	
County Court Fees	
Registry Fees 	
Immigration Refunds	
Interest 	
Sumass Dyking Act, 1878, Refunds	
Victoria City Tax	
Real Estate Tax Redemption	
Revenue Services ■	
Survey Fees	
Lunatic Asylum ,
Sale of Consolidated Statutes .t	
Assessment Act Suspense Account... .' ,
Deposits	
Advances to Heads of Departments	
Remittances between Chests.	
Account Current, Bank of British Columbia	
Drafts between Stations	
J. C. Haynes, Collector, Osoyoos	
C. Phair, do.       Lillooet 	
Overpayments	
Bank of British Columbia, London 	
Interest on Investments of Sinking Fund, Loan 1877 ,
Suspense Account : ...	
Treasurer, account Kootenay Commission	
Balances on hand 1st January, 1879	
Amounts.
$ 104,046 78
26,034 45
1,689 44
462 50
30 00
'4,625 00
2,676 50
10,387 50
856 50
120 50
240 50
287 65
269 19
146 00
70 53
290 00
8,397 45
25 74
15,690 00
10,640 89
11,494 56
569 22
6,883 28
1,083 65
31 44
187 97
683 19
683 05
2,536 83
275 00
401 28
448 39
55
2 19
205 91
70 00
413 31
20 00
80 80
$ 213,057 74
21 20
189 00
60,633 97
147,309 32
2,069 46
20 31
3 50
375 00
700 00
508 13
1,381 54
126 92
19,003 37
$ 445,399 46
Heads of Expenditure.
Public Debt :—
Interest $ 24,467 48
British Columbia Loan, 1877, Trustees' account, Sinking Fund       7,275 00
Premium and Exchange  351 33
Discount and Commission  400 25
Redemption of Debentures, British Columbia Loan, 1876     25,000 00
Civil Government, Salaries	
Administration of Justice, Salaries	
Legislation	
Public Institutions (maintenance):—
Assay Office     $   551 04
Printing Office  655 95
Lunatic Asylum       2,905 14
Hospitals and Charities	
Administration of Justice, other than Salaries	
Education	
Transport	
Rent  	
Revenue Services	
Public Works:—
Works and Buildings .« $ 4,079 09
Roads, Streets, and Bridges     20,227 59
Surveys  320 82
Do.     Sumass Dyking Scheme  529 00
Graving Dock       4,633 27
Miscellaneous Expenditure	
Deposits repaid  	
Advances to Heads of Departments	
Remittances between Chests I
Account Current, Bank of British Columbia I
Drafts between Stations i
J. C. Haynes, Collector, Osoyoos j
Assessment Act Suspense Account j
Sinking Fund, Loan 1874, Interest on Deposit Dominion Savings Bank
British Columbia Loan Trustees, 1877	
Balance due Sub-Accountant, Yale, 1st January, 1879	
Balances on hand 30th June, 1879 !
Amounts.
57,494 06
19,663 36
18,791 25
12,676 37
4,112 13
6,013 75
7,433 72
22,110 70
408 62
24 25
1,301 25
29,789 77
6,895 97
$  186,715 20
1,646 50
3,581 61
63,732 08
155,754 82
2,069 46
197 81
784 07
13 47
507 63
2 90
30,393 91
$ 445,399 46
Examined and found correct,
Jno. J. Austin,
Acting Auditor.
Jab. Judson Young,
Deputy Ireasurer. 43 Vic
Public Accounts.
RETURN   showing Debentures redeemed and cancelled since 31st December, 1878,
and Debentures still outstanding under the British Columbia Loan Acts.
Debentures Redeemed since SIst Dec, 1878,
"Loan Act, 1876."
Debentures Outstanding, Loan 1874.
Number,
inclusive.
Denomination.
Amount.
Date of issue on
Debentures.
Date issued
from Treasury.
Number,
inclusive.
Denomination.
Amount.
244 to 29S
50 @ $500
825,000 .
25th Oct., 1875
1st January,1877
95 to 96
2 @ 810,000
$20,000 00
Debentures Outstanding; under Loan Act, 1877.
Date of issue.
Number,
inclusive.
Denomination.
lstJuly,1877-[
lto  500
501 to 1000
600 @ £100
500 @ £200
£ 50,000 )    , S,RB _
£100,000 f at*48B-
727,500 00
|
Debentures Outstanding issued under 42 Vic, Chap. 28.
Date of issue.
Bate.
Number,
inclusive.
Denomination.
1st October, 1878
Par.
lto 91
91 @ 8500
45,500 00
Totat
8793,000 00
Treasury,
30th June, 1879.
Jas. Judson Young,
Deputy Treasurer. 10
Public Accounts.
1879
Statement of the sums paid to the Trustees "British Columbia Loan Act, 1877,"
(40 Vic, Chap. 20), on account of Sinking Fund, from 1st July, 1877, to 30th June,
1879, with interest accruing therefrom.
Date.
Particulars.
Amount.
1877  	
1878 ,.,
1879  	
8 7,387 50
7,275 0
7,275 00
7,275 00
May 13,
Do.                 do	
Do.                 do	
April 9,
508 13
$29,720 63
Treasury,
20th June, 1879.
Jas. Judson Young,
Deputy Treasurer.
Statement of the Sinking Fund, shewing the amount invested by the Trustees "British
Columbia Loan Act, 1877" (40 Vic, Chap. 20), as brought to account to the 30th
June, 1879,
DATS.
Particulars.
Amount.
$ 7,027 65
7,044 63
453 47
7,667 85
$22,193 60
Treasury,
30th J
me, 1879.
Jas. Judson Young,
Deputy Treasur
vr. M
11
Comparative Statement of the Receipts and   Expenditure of the Province  of British Columbia.
From the 20th July to 31st December, 1871, 1872, 1873, 1874, 1875, 1873, 1877, 1878, and 1st January to 30th Juiie, 1879.
REVENUE.
1871.
20th July
TO
31st Deo.
1872.
1st January
to
31st Deo.
1873.
1st January
to
31st Deo.
1874.
1st January
to
31st Deo.
1875.
1st January
to
31st Dec.
1876.
1st January
to
31st Deo.
1877.
1st January
to
31st Dec
1878.
1st January
to
31st Dec
1879.
1st January
to
30th June.
EXPENDITURE.
1871.
20th July
to
31st Dec
1872.
1st January
to
31st Dec.
1873.
1st January
to
31st Deo.
1874.
1st January
to
31st Dec.
1875.
1st January
to
31st Deo.
1876.
1st January
to
31st Deo.
1877.
1st January
to
31st Deo.
1878,
1st January
to
31st Deo.
1879.
1st January
to
30th June.
Dominion of Canada:—
$15,500 00
17,500 00
24,000 00
50,000 00
8,863 71
2,724 00
687 50
$31,000 00
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
4,269 22
6,079 76
2,225 68
$39,147 22
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
10^638 99
7,235 43
1,630 79
$46,977 69
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
23,617 86
5,985 49
600 00
$42,029 09
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
19,417 84
4,995 70
855 00
$26,896 72
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
16,749 73
5,059 41
230 75
	
$25,093 56
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
22.119 79
5,414 45
217 50
$25,093 56
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
40,092 56
3,982 01
939 00
$12,546 78
17,500 00
24,000 00
50,000 00
26,034 45
1,689 44
462 50
30 00
4,625 00
2,676 50
10,387 50
856 50
120 50
240 50
287 65
289 19
146 00
70 53
290 00
8,397 45
25 74
15,690 00
10,640 89
11,494 56
569 22
6,883 28
1,083 65
31 44
187 97
683 19
683 05
2,536 83
275 00
401 28
448 39
55
2 19
205 91
Public Debt.
$ 2,873 96
$ 8,194 89
$     688 48
§    563 79
$ 8,853 50
$ 14,943 93
$ 40,674 88
7,387 50
$ 52,072 94
14,550 00
368 68
488 60
89,338 40
28,454 39
776 48
2,144 29
10,168 65
15,158 96
9,814 19
21,827 14
43,334 01
2,269 30
78 50
$755 78
14,444 36
77,832 54
3,008 38
1,877 72
18,871 21
30,734 76
$ 24,467 48
7,275 00
351 33
Do               Grant per capita 	
Do              for Lands to be conveyed in trust	
400 25
* Redemption of Debentures (see below.)
101,935 85
14,816 10
77,281 99
11,991 66
86,310 75
11,205 79
681 63
2,689 31
4,293 85
12,067 67
6,234 11
21,393 11
38,908 30
5,678 63
344 50
5,532 02
34,303 75
290,354 40
32,202 55
87,099 73
14,111 59
572 87
5,578 58
6,885 98
17,679 18
5,669 20
20,288 77
38,891 42
4,401 09
354 50
4,327 85
48,672 35
266,888 89
31,493 05
91,190 07
16,997 14
773 58
1,912 43
9,926 93
14,214 80
7,889 60
18,083 56
44,506 11
3,101 09
274 20
7,178 02
46,174 04
289,980 44
14,302 39
93,442 16
15,671 47
531 20
1,433 63
9,357 55
14,582 89
8,268 31
25,891 05
47,129 63
3,231 19
229 20
9,457 31
40,396 75
205,891 41
18,826 33
443 11
40,142 44
55,805 83
f   19,663 36
(   18,791 25
12,676 37
Administration of Justice, Salaries..
C   oo,40
a oa
4,760 00
8,135 91
9,618 56
7,466 84
2,900 62
8,377 50
7,552 50
44,410 00
10,097 16
5,431 16
6,715 00
4,937 73
30,368 06
11,264 92
4,701 66
11,187 50
7,786 63
25,387 50
11,822 95
3,935 53
8,762 50
7,009 00
26,926 27
11,619 56
5,082 35
10,037 50
7,669 00
29,190 69
12,098 44
3,607 95
10,087 50
6,909 00
26,896 50
11,345 03
4,338 48
11,925 00
8,593 75
24,726 20
5,076 22
3,312 90
596 75
1,290 44
7,582 83
174 49
664 65
532 50
32,435 72
119 68
21,092 25
25,389 26
12,186 80
1,255 87
9,530 93
999 10
Public Institutions (Maintenance).
551 04
655 95
2,390 59
214 12
179 49
1,671 59
2,121 54
1,626 71
1,251 75
8.060 25
28,363 34
1,268 15
19,330 54
302 70
1,170 12
10,978 55
248 73
1,047 28
13,161 04
189 49
843 19
9,750 47
131 50
4,111 51
14,045 63
6,611 45
25,074 52
39,999 89
5,094 60
498 53
1,471 63
21,545 79
100,601 11
11,371 49
2,905 14
3,938 61
11,719 93
4,912 40
35,266 62
25,435 78
7,164 -86
1,151 50
353 24
24,125 70
153,870 71
6,013 75
]•    7,433 72
Po^enandaG^ols°f ^^ } Administr'n of Justice, other than Salaries
Education	
f     2,767 85
(     9,889 55
2,578 06
2,632 03
117 62
712 88
2,858 13
21,234 70
947 50
28,622 92
5,583 93
455 00
714 44
1,949 49
135 00
390 00
974 50
355 00
27,581 54
155 56
16,182 17
9,229 45
8,129 79
454 93
2,118 51
535 00
29,070 66
134 26
20,130 00
25,060 92
12,870 45
1,450 15
7,641 20
"Road Tolls	
22,110 70
408 62
Arrears Real Estate Tax (1 per cent.) 1865-66 .«	
1,719 83
1,117 60
219 16
24 25
1,301 25l
Public Works.
Works and Buildings	
*:::::::::::::::::::::::
Wild Land Tax	
950 79
2,558 42
1,478 01
4,079 09
20,227 59
320 82
::::::::::::
   	
241 38
1,236 45
527 20
2,036 24
309 00
2,664 79
1,499 61
28 88
35 70
5 75
307 36
991 19
15 72
55 00
529 00
106,532 68
30,680 30
4,633 27
12,676 22
36,732 33
185 29
18 00
2,938 16
42,949 13
25,645 99
37,110 90
88 00
295 00
4,518 14
6,895 97
2,914 38
6,891 89
1,892 72
1,032 63
412 25
535 86
239 45
42 75
147 15
7 23
40 71
54 87
10 50
77 79
6,948 92
3,494 56
1,451 18
5,735 44
44 00
10,000 00
2,140 00
150 00
5,250 00
2,108 70
2,240 00
1,000 00
7,750 00
2,625 00
Road Tax	
1,188 12
8,079 96
18,096 98
23,068 78
17,386 17
6,129 43
407 25
70 00
413 31
20 00
80 80
841 55
1
1,601 66
20 00
1,890 16
886 19
485 00
■ I  " • '.             i
2,032 31
300 00
•
143 65
5,000 00
5,000 00
 1
78 75
43 50
117 00
	
27 00
■
1,665 30
8,022 91
1,634 96
191,819 67
27 12
327,215 54
944 92
370,150 38
9,611 76
372,042 51
5,824 99
189,150 00
351,215 92
12,532 24
58,000 00
381,119 92
6,192 48
32,850 00
86,000 00
408,348 29
3,761 08
20,000 00
4,500 00
727,500 00
430,785 99
4,226 01
213,057 74
21 20
97,691 81
432,082 71
372,618 64
8,299 98
583,355 89
925 68
614,658 89
1,217 65
213,400 00
728,310 01
1,799 95
66,600 00
648,783 84
13,298 40
448,835 83
4,091 35
1,646 50
* Redemption.
45,500 00
Dominion of Canada, 37 Vic, Chap. 17, sec. 2, Statutes of Canada, and
339,150 00
65,500 00
25,000 00
191,846 79
328,160 46
379,762 14
567,017 50
760,898 16
506,162 40
1,164,109 37
480,512 00
213,078 94
8 97,691 81
432,082 71
380,918 62
584,281 57
829,276 54
796,709 96
662,082 24
518,427 18
188,361 70
Treasury,
Ylth October, 1879.
t Indian Commission in 1877, $11,995 77, brought to account in Miscellaneous Expenditure.
Do. 1878,     3,011 55 do. do.
% Kootenay Royal Commission, 1879, $142 92.    do. do.
Jas. Judson Young,
Deputy Treasurer* 12
JRBTUEN OP REVENUE Collected and Brought to Account at Treasury for period from 1st January to 30th June, 1879.
Heads of Receipt.
Received
from
sundry
sources
at
Treasury.
Victoria
City.
Victoria
District.
Esquimalt
District.
Cowichan
District.
Nanaimo
District.
Comox
District.
New Westminster
District.
Yale District.
Lillooet District.
Kootenay
District.
Cariboo
District.
Cassiar
District.
Skeena.
Yale.
Lytton.
Rock
Creek.
Osoyoos
Nicola.
Kamloops.
Lillooet.
Clinton.
Total.
Dominion of Canada:—
6 months' interest at 5 per cent, on $501,871 24 $12,546 78
Half-yearly Subsidy  17,500 00
Do.       Grant per capita   24,000 00
Do.       Payment for lands to be conveyed..  50,000 00
•104,046 78
104,046 78
26,034 45
Land Sales 	
370 00
12 50
2,082 71
170 83
793 50
30 00
160 00
9,140 74
51 61
10,188 00
82 50
3,112 00
43 00
175 00
Land Revenue                                             	
3.95 50
382 50
92 50
538 50
80 00
485 00
1,689 44
Rents (exclusive of land) .
462 50
30 00
120 00
37 50
330 00
30 00
Free Miners' Certificates....           	
80 00
15 00
10 00
65 00
38 50
970 00
35 00
12 50
285 00
50 00
27 50
130 00
40 00
20 00
260 00
50 00
50 00
680 00
10 00
270 00
47 50
380 00
15 00
1,495 00
1,263 00
2,915 00
22 50
|2,410 00
1,165 00
1,245 00
169 00
170 00
4,625 00
Mining Receipts General	
2,676 50
Licences  	
450 00
505 00
155 66
6 00
1,152 50
406 75
760 00
227 25
10,387 50
856 50
Fees of Office	
120 00
50
120750
240 50
75 00
240 50
Sale of Government Property  .
137 65
266 19
75 00
287 65
Reimbursements in aid  .
3 00
269 19
146 00
146 00
Sale of School Books   	
70 53
70 53
Marriage Licences...
185 00
/700
60 00
5 00
8,002 73
5 00
290 00
Road Tolls 	
394 72
8,397 45
Arrears, Real Estate Tax, 1875-76  	
25 74
55
25 74
Victoria City Tax ,	
55
Real Estate Tax Redemption..
2 19
[
2 19
School Tax	
3,702 00
418 59
5,626 03
336 12
687 66
2,424 30
316 56
333 00
1,581 61
78 30
291 00
66 36
17 50
2,697 00
1,060 37
374 30
76 25
118 10
97 78
3,072 66
2,578 06
718 27
28 50
4,027 94
384 17
36 80
18 45
35 21
339 00
1,054 24
166 49
7 50
74 70
150 00
165 00
510 13
443 23
15 60
6 90
19 07
75 00
83 84
120 67
201 00
76 10
376 32
408 00
494 83
480 43
888 00
745 66
850 95
315 00
14 66
61 70
8 00
*2,i30 66    387 66
370 15      15 66
847 69     162 45
15,690 00
Real Property Tax  	
11,494 56
Personal Property Tax   	
10,640 89
Income Tax	
89 75
7 50
75
7 50
569 22
WildtLand Tax	
499 01
67 19
453 10
184 40
5 00
3 16
44 00
1 00
263 55
1,427 48
45 99
6,883 28
Delinquent (25 per cent.) Tax .
131 14
1,083 65
Assessment Act (Suspense Account)  .
80 80
Commission on Pales for Taxes                         .. t	
5 98
116 09
681 59
479 55
2,174 51
8 00
6 53
24 67
48
3 00
   	
81 44
Printing Office Receipts                                      	
187 97
Supreme Court Fees	
1 60
134 25
49 50
683 19
County Court Fees  	
35 25
19 25
34 00
43 49
683 05
Land Registry Fees	
236 08
14 00
2,536 83
Immigration Refunds	
275 00
13 47
275 00
Interest 	
28 47
80 92
7 11
11 25
25 36
27 69
44 05
70 65
12 30
i.78 53
71 25
15 00
58 22
18 00
2 50
7 50
7 89
25
401 28
Revenue Services (Refunds) .
205 91
Surveys	
55 00
70 00
Lunatic Asylum	
355 09
448 39
20 00
 ,,,..
413 31
Sumass Dyking Scheme	
Sale of Consolidated Statutes ....
448 39
:	
20 00
$
105,730 29
14,690 28
4,840 42
3,232 16
2,886 61
6,940 98
160 00
21,773 08
21,219 16
1,492 43
279 51
207 50
1   660 92
5,456 80
320 00
4,930 97
1,204 36
10,406 94
6,455 33
170 00
213,057 74
Audit Office,
mhJune, 1879.
Jno. J. Austin,
Acting Auditor. 43 Vic.
Public Accounts.
13
STATEMENT showing the Payments made from the Provincial Treasury, on account
of the Province of British Columbia, during the Six Months ended 30th June, 1879.
TO WHOM PAID.
Various persons 	
Bank of British Columbia
Bank of British Columbia
Bank of British Columbia
Bank of British Columbia
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
I.—PUBLIC DEBT.
Vote No. 1.—Interest.
2J- months' Interest, at 7 per cent., on S25,000,
1876"	
6 months' Interest, at 6 per cent., on $727,500,
1877"....	
6 months' Interest, at 7 per cent., on $20,000,
1874"	
6 months' Interest, at 7 percent., on 845,500, "Loan Act,
1878"	
" Loan Act.
"Loan Act.
'Loan Act,
Votb No. 2.—Siskins Fund.
1 per cent, on §727,500, "Loan Act, 1877 "	
Vote No. 3.—Premium and Exchange.
Exchange on Draft, in payment of Interest and Sinking
Fund, £5,855 13s. 4d. at 6 cts. per £ sterling	
Various persons ,
W. L. Boyle .
T. Luscombe
Hon. T. B. Humphreys.
T. Elwyn	
D. Deasy	
R. v?oIfenden ..
G. Williams ....
R. Butler 	
H. Murray	
V. E. Robinson
M. McDowell ...
F. Partridge	
G. Jenkinson ...
Hon. R. Beaven
J. J. Young —
J. J. Austin ....
Hon. G. A. Walkem
A. S. Farwell	
W. S. Gore	
F. G. Richards, Jr...
Do.
E. Harrison, Jr.
Vote No. 4.—Discount and Commission.
1 per cent. Commission on paying Interest on Loan of 1877,
£4,500=£45, exchange S5 per £ sterling	
-i per cent. Commission on guaranteeing payment of £6,000,
Sinking Fund, £30, exchange $5 per £ sterling	
Discount on Draft for £6,144 6s. 8d., 0 days at 6 per cent,
per annum, £5 Is., exchange $5 per £ sterling	
Arrears,
1878.
9   cts.
Vote No. 5.—Payment of Debentures.
Debentures, "Loan Act, 1876," Nos. 244 to 293 (inclusive).
II.—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).
Vote No. 6.—Lieutenant-Governor's Office.
Private Secretary, 1st January to 30th June	
Messenger and Gardener, do. do	
Vote No. 7.—Provincial Secretary & Minister of Mines.
Provincial Secretary, 1st January to 30th June
Deputy Provincial Secretary,   do.           do.
Messenger, 1st January to 30th June	
Printing Branch.
Superintendent, 1st January to 30th June	
Printer, do. do	
Do. do. do	
Sessional Printer, 8th January to 9th April	
Do. loth      do. do	
Do. 20th do. 19th March...,
Do. 20th      do. do	
Assistant Printer, 15th April to 30th June	
Vote No.
-Treasury.
Minister of Finance and Agriculture, 1st Jan. to 30th June
Deputy Treasurer, 1st January to 30th June	
Acting Auditor, 1st January to 30th June   	
Vote No. 9.—Lands and Works Department.
Chief Commissioner, 1st January to 30th June	
Temporary assistance, 1st Dec, 1878, to 10th Feb., 1!
Surveyor-General, 1st January to 30th June	
Assistant Draughtsman, 1st to 31st December, 1878 .
Draughtsman, 1st January to 30th June 	
Vote No. 10.—Attorney-General's Department.
Solicitor, 1st January to 31st May	
Carried forward	
150 00
90 00
S50 00
21,824 98
700 00
1,692 50
225 00
150 00
25 25
450 00
249 76
1,500 00
750 00
435 00
900 00
540 00
540 00
245
240 00
160 00
140 00
63 33
1,600 00
900 00
840 00
1,500 00
350 00
900 00
90 00
750 00
S   cts.
24,467 48
7,275 00
351 33
S   cts.
5,000 00
699 76
2,685 00
2,818 66
3,240 00
3,590 00
750 00
13,783 42
57,494 06
57,494 06
* $700 of this sum was remitted to Bank of British Columbia, London, to pay Interest on Debentures Nos. 304 to 312, Loan 1876
to 31st December, 1878 (as per item 8, Detailed Expenditure of Interest, page 103, Public Accounts, 1878), not being so expended
it remained to the credit of the Province, and is now applied as above. 14
Public Accounts.
1879
TO WHOM PAID.
H. B. W. Aikman.
R. F. Tolmie	
T. Deasy ...
T. Fell	
F. Williams
J. C. Prevost .
E.Leigh	
A. Mouatt.
J. Phillips	
T. R. Mclnnes .
A. Cummings .
J. Maguire
H. Young	
C. Digby	
B. Dooling	
Flora Ross	
J. Stephens ..,
Indian Mary...
H. Kehoe	
M. Towey	
A. C. McKenzie .
P. Brady	
C. E. Pooley..
J. C. Prevost .
B. Evans 	
H. V. Edmonds
G. Byrnes	
J. C. Prevost .
E. Leigh	
C. Todd	
J. Robson	
J. H. Hutcheson .
J. H. Giffln  	
E. Truran	
A. W Rogers	
F. Hussey	
F. Martin	
H. Murrav	
Do.   "   	
A. A. Townsend .
Do.
J. S. Helmcken ..
J. D. Campbell.
Brought forward	
II.—CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Concluded.
Vote No. 11.—Registrar-General.
Registrar of Titles, 1st January to 30th June .
Clerk, 1st May to 30th June	
Messenger, and extra allowance .
Clerk to House	
Mr. Speaker, Sessional salary ...
Vote No. 13.—Registration of Voters.
Collector of Voters for Victoria City and Esquimalt District.
1st January to 30th April 	
Collector of Voters (acting), Victoria City <x Esquimalt Dist
Vote No. 14.—Assay Office.
Assayer, 1st January to 30th June	
Vote No. 15.—Lunatic Asylum.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Vote No. 12.—Legislation.
Superintendent, 1st January to 30th June .
Medical Officer, do.     ' do.
Keeper, do. do.
Do. do. do.
Do. do. do.
Do. do. do.
Night-watchman,       do. do.
Matron, do. do.
Cook, do. do.
Washer do. do.
Night-watchman, September, 1878	
Do. do. 	
Vote No. 16.—Revenue Services.
Assessor and Collector, Victoria City and Victoria and Esqul
malt Districts, 1st January to 30th June	
Toll Collector, Cassiar, September, 1S78	
III.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (SALARIES).
Vote No. 17.—Supreme Court.
Arrears,
1878.
8   cts.
Registrar, 1st January to 30th April
Do.      1st May to 30th June 	
Usher, 1st January to 30th June....
Vote No. 18.—Sheriffs.
Sheriff, New Westminster, 1st January to 30th June
Sheriff, Cariboo, do. do.
Vote No. 19.—County Court.
Registrar, County Court, 1st January to 30th April.
Do. do. 1st May to 30th June	
Vote No. 20.—Police and Gaols, Victoria.
Superintendent of Police, 1st January to 30th June
Gaoler,
Assistant Gaoler,
Do.
Senior Convict Guard,
Guard,
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Medical Officer,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
1st February to 31st May...
1st January to 7th January
1st June to 30th June  	
1st to 31st December, 1878 .
Sth to 31st January   	
1st January to 30th June ..
Vote No. 21.—Police and Gaols, Esquimalt.
Constable, 1st May to 30th June ,,	
Ctm'lail forward	
45 oo
45 00
60 00
515 00
S cts.
999 96
100 00
200 00
300 00
250 00
50 00
25 00
450 00
199 98
300 00
270 00
270 00
240 00
270 00
300 00
180 00
60 00
45 00
45 00
600 00
125 00
600 00
250 0C
300 00
250 00
250 00
300 00
150 00
349 99
600 0C
456 0C
360 0C
480 0C
860 0C
360 OC
240 0C
14 0C
60 0C
60 0C
46 0C
200 00
$ ets.
1,099 96
750 00
75 00
600 00
726 00
1,150 00
500 00
450 00
3,585 99
100 OO
S cts,
=7,494 06
19,663 36
5,785 99 77,157 42 43 Vic
Public Accounts.
15
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
1878.
S   cts.
§   cts
S   ets.
S   cts.
515 00
52 00
54 00
88 66
5,785 99
3,090 62
360 00
1,053 00
3,012 00
2,556 64
623 00
600 00
1,710 00
77,157 42
III.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (SALARIES).—
Concluded.
Vote No. 22.—Police and Gaols, New Westminster.
799 98
600 00
456 00
480 00
360 00
199 98
52 00
54 00
88 66
C. N. Trew	
Do.                           do.              	
Do	
Do.           20th August to 26th September, 1878	
Vote No. 23.—Police and Gaols, New Westminster Dist.
J. Miller	
Vote No. 24.—Police and Gaols, Kootenay.
Government Agent, &c, 30th September, 1878, to 30th June
Vote No. 25.—Police and Gaols, Cariboo.
351 00
166 66
125 00
125 00
16 00
9 00
7 25
3 00
12 00
1 25
1 26
30 00
3 50
4 00
6 00
10 00
10 00
852 00
750 00
600 00
750 00
60 00
Constable and Collector, Lightning Ck., 1st Jan. to 30 June
Do.                    do.       Forks Quesnelle,            do.
Vote No. 26.—Police and Gaols, Cassiar.
Gold Commissioner, 1st December, 1878, to 31st March, 1879
Recorder, Laketon,                do.                30th June,     ,,
Do.     McDame's Creek,   do.                  31st May,       ,,
Acting Constable, Glenora, 1st January to 28th February ..
A. W. Vowell	
666 64
875 00
750 00
250 00
12 00
3 00
R. Pool	
Vote No. 27.—Police and Gaols, Yale.
600 00
20 00
3 00
T Mitchell..
Vote No. 28.—Police and Gaols, Kamloops.
E. G. Prior	
Vote No. 29.—Police and Gaols, Nanaimo.
Govt. Agent and Inspector of Mines, 1st Jany. to 30th June
Constable and Gaoler,                                        do.
Convict Guard,                                                   do.
IV.-LEGISLATION.
Vote No. 30.—Indemnity to Members.
900 00
450 00
360 00
W. Stewartj	
S. Drake	
18,791 25
8,800 O0
2,615 60
29 00
Vote No. 31.—Mileage.
J. K. Suter ..
Vote No. 32.—Registration of Voters.
15 00
14 00
Vote No. 33.—Expenses of Elections.
9 00
7 25
3 00
12 00
1 26
1 25
30 00
3 50
4 00
6 00
10 00
10 00
B. C. Telegraph Line	
J K Suter ..
J. Wirth	
1,588 57
96 25
11,444 50
95,948 67 16
Public Accounts.
1879
TO WHOM PAID.
J. Harkins	
Mason & Daly ...
J. Morey	
E. Deslorier	
Langley & Co. ...
L. Wintrip	
Rogers & Wilson.
Hudson Bay Co. .
Langlev & Co	
Miller & Richard	
J. Bramwell	
J. Randolph	
Collector of Customs.
W. A. Franklin	
Wells, Fargo & Co....
Rickman & Ofner....
Engelhardt & Co	
Shattuck & Fletcher .
Shaw & Kuna 	
Collector of Customs .
W. A. Franklin	
Engelhardt & Co	
Miller & Richard	
Engelhardt & Co	
G. Doughty & Son ...
Shears & Partridge...
Cameron & Ross.
Si Dickinson ....
W. Harvey	
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward	
IV.—LEGISLATION.—Concluded.
Vote No. 33.—Expenses of Elections.—Concluded.
J. Fullarton
J. Campbell .....
J. Uren	
A. Pringle	
C. A. Vernon ..
E. Lequime ...
R. Hamilton...
J. B. McQueen.
E. Grant	
F. McBryan ...
H. Nicholson ..
J. Woods  	
T. Woods	
G. B. Martin.. .
H. V. Edmonds
J. Bibby	
M. W. Waitt & Co...
M. & H. A. Fox
Fell & Co	
Young Brothers	
A. & W. Wilson	
H. Drake 	
"Colonist" Office ...
R. T. Williams	
C. McCormack	
J. Sehl	
W. U. Telegraph Co.
R. T. Williams	
Do	
Deputy Returning Officer, Spence's Bridge .
Do. do.       ' Cache Creels
Do. do. Savona's Ferry	
Do. do. Duck & Pringle's	
Do. do. Coldstream	
Do. do. Mission	
Do. do. Nicola	
Carrying Ballot boxes to Keremeoos and back	
Do. do.       Kamloops to Hope	
Do. do. do. Nicola	
Deputy Returning Officer, Keremeoos  	
Poll Clerk, Cache Creek	
Do.       Okanagan Mission	
Do.      Duck & Pringle's	
Fixing Polling Booths, 1875 (paid under authority of Sche
dule C) '	
Vote No. 34.—Contingent Fund.
Copying Voters' List, Cariboo	
Stationery, &c	
Cutlery	
Box of Biscuits	
Refreshments for Members	
Gas stove fixtures	
Carriage hire for Graving Dock Committee .
Subscription, January 29th to May 3rd	
Binding volume of Newspapers	
3 copies of Standard	
Table covers, hire of chairs, cartage, &c	
Vote No. 35.—Telegrams.
Telegrams to London and Canada	
Vote No. 36.—Journals and Statutes Binding.
Binding Voters' Lists, &c.
Do.     Statutes	
V.—PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).
Vote No. 37.—Assay Office, Cariboo.
Sawing wood, &c	
Charcoal	
Packing stores, chemicals, &c.
Spruce firewood, &c	
Litharge, crucibles, &c	
Charcoal	
Candles, saltpetre, &c	
Freight on chemicals	
Arrears,
1878.
S   cts,
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
100 00
120 00
20 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
4 00
7 50
Vote No. 38.—Printing Office, Victoria.
Sponges 	
Rule-cutter	
Repairs to machinery	
Cleaning boiler chimney	
Duty on roller ^composition ...
Cartage "do.
Express charges on books, &e.
Soap, brooms, &C	
Freight and wharfage	
Roller composition	
Repairs to boiler	
Duty on material	
Cartage of   do '.	
Freight on 4 cases of type	
Type and furniture	
Freight on type	
2 lye brushes	
Towels	
Vote No. 39.—Lunatic Asylum, New Westminster.
Provisions,
Provisions (as per Contract), 1st January to 80th May	
Meat and vegetables, 1st Deeember, 1878, to May Slst, 1879
Brawl, 1st December, 1878, to 31st May, 1879	
Carried forward	
287 29
127 85
41 43
2,425 89
i? cts.
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
100 00
120 00
20 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
4 00
7 50
15 8:
42 98
6 00
149 62
23 30
15 00
10 50
9 00
9 75
20 00
S cts.
99 00
245 00
25 00
91 50
32 25
36 50
45 50
23 75
9 26
287 29
2 00
11 5C
77 5C
1 5C
3 75
6C
75
3 12
1 25
19 55
8 4C
86 68
1 00
1 60
432 24
1 56
2 5C
75
559 30
693 15
248 58
1,501 09
308 52
S cts.
95,948 67
551 04
655 95
1,206 99
108,625 04 43 Vic
Public Accounts.
IT
TO WHOM PAID.
A. McLean .
J. Ibbotson
W. Teague .
H. Elliott ....
W. R. Clarke .
Langley & Co.
A. Peele	
A. M. Herring
W. J. Jeffree .
J. Cunningham & Co. ...
C. G. Major 	
Steamer "Gem"
Barnard & Co. ..
F. Budlong ....
J. W. Burr	
T. Mitchell	
W. H. Cox	
Hudson Bay Co.
W. Bonson	
A. Masters, M.D. ...
T. R. Mclnnes, M.D.
0. N. Trew, M.D. ...
J. Jackson 	
C. G. Major	
A. M. Herring	
D. Withrow	
Postmaster	
W. C. Ward, Treasurer.
R. Dickinson, V. Prcsidt.
E. Brown, President	
J. Morrison     ,, ....
A. K. Ritchie, Secretary
W. B. Ronnie	
Moore & Co	
R. Bennett	
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward.
V.—PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE)—
Concluded.
Vote No. 39.—Lunatic Asylum, New Wbst'b.—Concluded.
Provisions.—Concluded.
Milk, 1st December, 1878, to 31st May, 1879 .
Fish, April and May	
Keep of lunatic (Indian)	
Fuel.
Coal and wood, 1st December, 1878. to 31st May, 1879.
Do. April, 1878	
Medicines.
Drugs, etc	
Do.     December, 1878, to February, 1879 (inclusive) .
Do.     March to May (inclusive)	
Clothing.
Sundry clothing.
Furniture.
Stoves, piping, etc.
Lamps and glasses.
Arrears,
1878.
§   cts.
Transport of Lunatics and Keepers.
Passago and meals for " Yowla" (Indian) and Keeper....
Canoe passage from Chilliwhack do.
Board of Keeper, New Westminster	
Services in charge of "Yowla," and expenses	
Do. Jamieson (lunatic) 	
Waggon hire for escaped lunatic	
Removal of Lunatics from Victoria to New Westminster.
Fare do. wharf to Asylum	
Miscellaneous.
Certificates of Lunacy, 5 Patients .
Do. do.       2     do.
Do. do.       1     do.
Repairs to waste pipe, tinsmithing.
Sundries, for kitchen use	
Window glass	
Funeral expenses of McAlpine and Williams .
Postage stamps	
etc.
VI.—HOSPITALS AND CHARITIES.
Vote No. 40.—Hospital, Victoria.
Grant in aid, 1st January to 31st May	
Vote No. 41.—Hospital, New Westminster.
Grant in aid, January and February.
Do. March	
Do. April and May	
Vote No. 42.—Hospital, Cariboo.
Grant in aid, January and February
Do.        March to June	
Vote No. 46.—Hospital Allowance, Medicines, &o.
Medicines, Kootenay	
Vote No. 40.—In aid of Destitute Poor and Sick.
Attendance on H. Knight, sick and destitute miner	
Carried forward.
2,425 89
17 10
71 76
30 00
15 24
15 88
86 45
28 76
299 25
3,000 06
S cts.
1,501 09
107 40
13 93
1 00
401 25
30 00
15 24
54 63
66 25
86 46
28 76
18 26
6 00
8 50
30 50
24 00
10 00
299 25
1 00
50 00
20 00
10 00
23 25
11 75
1 50
50 00
5 00
708 32
854 16
708 32
666 66
1,333 32
1,206 !
1,623 42
431 26
136 12
26 15
115 20
402 60
171 50
2,083 32
1,770 80
1,999 98
149 65
10 00
t Ots.
108,625 04
4,112 13
6,013 75
118,750 83 18
Public Accounts.
1879
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
1878.
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
3,000 06
1
9 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
1 00
2 50
57 50
8 00
5 00
60 00
50 00
6 00
8 00
7 75
7 75
118,750 92
"Standard" Office 	
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER
THAN SALARIES).
Vote No. 47.—Administration of Justice.
Sumtnoning and paying Jurors and Witnesses.
5 00
180 00
25 00
10 00
15 00
17 50
2 50
18 00
9 00
5 00
36 00
18 00
18 00
18 00
9 00
19 00
19 00
19 00
19 00
19 00
2 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
4 50
40 00
8 00
550 50
212 00
B. Allen	
W. W. Walkem, M.D. ..
"Standard" Office 	
"Standard" Office 	
W. Dodd	
M. Wolfe etal	
Attendance and travelling expenses, New Westr. Assizes...
Common Jurors' fees (2 cases)                         do.
Uj.           do.      Regina u. Good,           do.
Do.           do.          do.      Thompson,   do.
Do.            do.          do.      Dodgson,     do.
Refreshments for Jurors,                              do.
Attendance and expenses as Witness, Regina v. Thompson..
Do.                do.                 do.               do.
Do.                do.                 do.               do.
Do.                  do.                  do.                do.
Do.                  do.                  do.                do.
J. G. Medcalf	
J. Orr :...
T. Ovens	
F. L. Budlong	
C. Bartlett	
M. A. Bartlett	
Do.                do.                    "Store Jim" and "Crow"
„     "William"   	
C. N. Trew, M.D	
Prosecutions and Interpreters.
9 00
25 00
150 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
5 00
15 00
Expenses framing Indictments, Regina v. Anderson	
G. Gordon
Expenses of Inquests.
2 50
10 00
17 00
165 00
57 50
3 50
7 50
10 00
8 00
5 00
5 00
60 00
50 00
J. Chipp, M.D	
J F McCreight    	
F W Foster
W. C. White	
E J Sharood, M.D.
A. Masters, M.D	
3 post-mortem examinations, and evidence at Inquests	
J. Chipp, M.D	
10 00
T. Mitchell	
4 00
2 50
6 00
10 00
20 00
24 60
5 00
24 00
507 10
3 00
D. B. Reid 	
Summoning Jury and attending Inquest on Jacobson	
W W Walkem, M.D. ...
C. N. Trew, M.D	
Do.      "One-eyed Charlie" and "Louis," and mileage .
C W Horth
Fees to Justices of the Peace.
Vote No. 48.—Police and Gaols.
Keep of Prisoners, Rents, <uc.
Cordwood, Victoria Gaol, November, 1878, to February, 1879
Coal,                     do.         December, 1878, to June, 1879	
27 12
101 75
239 90
74 00
DeWiederhold & Co. ...
3,223 56
442 77
1,272 60
118,750 92 43 Vic.
Public Accounts.
19
TO WHOM PAID.
Fell & Co	
F. Reynolds	
Victoria Water Works.
H. Saunders	
Findlay & Co	
W. J. Jeffree	
Do	
J. Drout	
D. Green	
Belmont Tannery   ....
J. C. Batehelor	
A. Strong	
J. Henlev	
"Standard" Office	
A. Vipond	
E. B. Marvin	
Leneveu & Co	
Hudson Bay Co	
H, Newell	
J. Lindsay	
G. Green	
A. Munro 	
P. C. Dunlevy	
R. Jones 	
Brown & Gillis	
P. Bourgan  	
R. A. Nimmo  	
J. Ussher 	
Mara & Wilson	
W. Teague	
J. Rodello	
L. R. Mclnnes	
A. Mayer 	
W. M. Jones, M.D	
C. H. Robinson   	
C. Karst	
W. Earl	
Indian "Tommy"	
J. Renwiek & Co	
W. Wilson	
P. Cameron 	
J. Rodello	
Do	
W. B. Townsend	
A. Peele	
H. Elliott	
R. Thomas	
W. Harvey	
R. Johnson 	
C. G. Major	
D. Withrow	
J. Cunningham 	
Do. 	
J. M. Wise	
W. H. Keary	
S. W. Herring	
J. Jackson	
J. Miller	
J. Ibbotson  	
W. Blackie	
W. W. Walkem, M.D. ..
S. Leiser	
J. L. Crimp	
Callbreath & Co	
M. F. Andrews	
J. Lovell	
Fletcher & Co	
P. Bradv	
J. B. Lovell 	
M. O. Connor 	
Cornwall Bros	
F. Martin 	
H. W. Shepherd ..
F. Martin 	
Indian "Johnny" .
E, Bray	
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward.
1st Dec, 1878, to 31st May, '79
January
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER
THAN SALARIES).—Continued.
Vote No. 48.—Police and Gaols.—Continued.
Keep of Prisoners, Rents, <kc.—Concluded.
Groceries, &c, Victoria Gaol, 1st February to 31st May	
Meat and vegetables, do.        1st January to 31st March...
Water, do.
Groceries, do.
2 pairs Blankets, do.	
Clothing, do. 	
Do.     New Westminster Gaol, January to March ...
Bread for Victoria Gaol	
Calico and yarn, do	
Boots, laces, leather, &c., Victoria Gaol	
Meat supplied Victoria Gaol, April and May	
Cleaning yard, do.        1st January to 31st May ..
Bread supplied do. January	
Advertising Notice inviting Tenders for supplies to Gao!
Repairs to locks, irons, and handcuffs	
Paint, oil, nails, &c	
Lime .
Arrears,
1878.
8   cts.
11 00
2 50
Fire bricks and bars	
Cordwood for Cariboo Gaol
Keep of prisoners, Richfield Gaol, 1st January to 30th June
Do. do. September, 1878	
Cordwood, do. 	
Rent of room for County Court, Soda Creek	
Cordwood for Richfield Gaol	
Rent of room at Quesnelle	
Cordwood, Cariboo	
Soap for Kamloops Gaol	
Keep of prisoners, Kamloops Gaol 1st January to 30th June
Broom for Kamloops Gaol	
Keep of prisoners, Yale Gaol	
Rent of room for County Court, Comox	
Medical attendance, Nanaimo Gaol	
Provisions for do. 1st January to 31st March
Medicines for prisoners,  do.      and operation on Chinaman
Meat, &c, supplied do. 1st January to 31st May
Bread supplied do. do. do.
Furniture for Judge's room
Fish supplied Nanaimo Gaol	
Repairs to handcuffs 	
Charcoal, zinc, and repairs to kettle	
Fish supplied Nanaimo Gaol	
Keep of prisoner at Comox 	
Rent of room at Comox for Court	
Meat, &c, New Westr. Gaol, 1st Dec. 1878, to 31st May, 1879
Medicines, do. do. do.
Wood supplied     do. 1st January to 31st March .
Bootmakers' tools for prisoners, and leather, N. W. Gaol
Bread for New- Westr. Gaol, 1st Dec. 1878, to 31st May, 1879
Milk do. do. do.
Provisions, &c.,   do. 1st January to 31st May ...
Glazing, do. 	
Clothing, do. 	
Provisions, do. November and December, 1878
Cordwood, do. 	
Stationery, do. 	
Fish & venison,   do. 	
Repairs to stove and bell, New Westminster Gaol	
Keep of prisoners in Granville Lock-up	
Fish supplied New Westminster Gaol	
Repairs to furniture        do. 	
Attendance and medicine for sick prisoner (Curtis)	
Sundries for Cassiar gaol, and clothing for prisoner Anderson
Keep of prisoner Anderson, &C., 1st Dec. '78, to 30th June '79
Tools and sundries, and clothing for prisoner Anderson .
Keep of prisoners at Glenora	
Rent (January and February), candles and axe 	
Candles and matches	
Coal oil	
Candles and axe	
Keep of prisoner at Clinton	
Rent of room for County Court	
Special Constables.
Special Constable at Assizes 	
Do. do	
Do. in charge of Convicts to Penitentiary.
Searching for stolen sheep	
Services as Gaoler	
Carried forward	
24 oo
5 oo
28 00
3 76
33 35
17
38 48
2 45
28 50
67 16
63 70
9 50
55 50
20 50
46 50
12 00
S cts.
442 77
137 88
109 60
160 00
67 00
11 00
169 25
314 00
245 41
12 00
69 12
78 87
80 00
63 26
3 00
8 00
10 10
2 60
4 83
27 00
708 00
24 00
35 00
5 00
118 75
5 00
15 00
1 00
237 00
1 26
6 50
5 00
2 50
61 97
36 00
91 40
81 84
3 75
2 50
2 00
2 75
1 50
15 50
7 00
225 34
96 25
145 00
16 55
191 61
13 15
272 87
7 00
28 50
67 16
63 70
5 25
9 50
12 00
56 50
2 52
21 00
10 00
28 75
334 50
49 65
92 50
30 00
5 75
3 00
3 50
17 50
20 00
§ cts.
2 50
2 50
10 00
10 00
27 50
3,693 00'
52 50
1,272 60
§ cts.
118,750 92
5,293 36
6,565 95 118,750 93 20
Public Accounts.
1879
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
1878.
$   cts.
$   cts.
3   cts.
$ Jets.
3,693 00
9 75
18 75
61 00
7 04
67 00
32 00
1 00
3 00
3 00
1 00
3 00
3 00
26 50
3 00
45 00
8 00
9 00
5 50
52 60
10 00
15 00
40 00
14 00
3 00
8 50
35 00
36 00
5 00
14 00
13 50
12 50
12 50
12 60
15 00
15 00
19 00
40 00
5 00
6 00
9 00
4 60
13 50
9 60
31 00
12 00
6,565 95
463 50
404 27
118,750 92
S. J. Clark 	
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER
THAN SALARIES).—Concluded.
Vote No. 48.—Police and Gaols.—Concluded.
Special Constables.—Concluded.
Conveying prisoner from Chilliwhack to New Westminster .
Serving Search Warrant and searching for stolen sheep ....
J. Begg	
M. Duett	
W. McGregor   	
Special Constable in charge of prisoner to Nanaimo	
W. Horsford	
A. W. Skinner	
Do.               disturbance at Harris' Landing, Cowichan
Searching for Witnesses, and attendance at Assizes	
Indian "Peter"	
„      "Tom"..
Do.                     do	
Do.                     do.                   	
A. H. Walker 	
Constable, during absence of regular officer, Cariboo	
T. Mitchell ..
J. Wiggins	
Assistant Gaoler, during sickness of regular officer, N. Westr.
Acting Constable during Assizes at New Westminster	
Do.            at Inquest                   do.                	
Do.             during Assizes             do.                	
Do.            at Inquest                   do.                	
T. Brew	
Do.            	
E. M. Bovill	
Attending Gold Commr's. Court, Cassiar, serving process, &c.
Transport of Prisoners and Constables.
1 00
9 75
20 50
15 00
10 50
6 50
18 75
61 00
10 00
7 04
8 00
67 00
32 00
1 00
3 00
3 00
1 00
3 00
3 00
26 50
7 00
1 00
1 25
10 00
2 50
2 00
7 98
3 00
1 50
2 50
10 00
45 00
3 00
Steamer "Olyinpia"  ....
Do.
C. Levi  	
Fare of Superintendent of Police to and from New Westr...
Do.    Constables and Convicts          do.              do.
Ferriage of   do.     to and from Indian Reserve (3 months)..
S. J. Clark ..
J. Rodello	
Steamer "Otter"	
Do.     "Enterprise"  ..
Fare of Constable and prisoners to and from New Westr	
Do.                    do.                    do.                  do.          	
Bank of British Columbia
Steamer "Cariboo-Fly"..
Draft in favor Royal Navy for keep of Constables on gunboat
Fare and meals for prisoner and Constable from Cowichan..
Fare and meals for prisoner and constable, N. W. to Nanaimo
'
,,      "Qua-nah-ton"  ..
,,      "Bill" ..
Stage fare              do.        and prisoners, Burrard Inlet	
Steamer "Enterprise"...
Fare of Superintendent of Police, New Westr. to Victoria ..
G. Winter
J. Hook
J. Boyd ..
A. H Wallace
Steamer "Roval City"...
J. Miller	
Fare of Constable and prisoner. New Westr. to Yale, and rtn.
Travelling expenses taking prisoner from Hastings to New
Westminster, Dec. 1874. (See Schedule C, Supply Bill)..
VIII.—EDUCATION.
Vote No. 49.—Education Office.
Superintendent of Education, salary 1st Jan. to 30th June..
750 00
45 00
3 00
8 00
9 00
5 50
3 50
50
3 00
7,433 72
C. C. McKenzie	
Do.               	
Do.                  	
Steamer "Olvmpia" 	
W. M. Flowett	
Passage and meal for Supt. of Education, Victoria to Nanaimo
Do.     of Supt. of Education from Departure Bay       do.
Canoe hire           do.               to Cedar School, and to and
3,999 54
827 50
126,184 61 43 Vic
Public Accounts.
21
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
1878.
$   cts
$   cts
§   cts
§   cts.
3,999 6'
70 00
390 00
3 00
162 00
25 50
7 50
51 00
11 00
22 50
8 25
2 75
16 00
18 00
1 00
4 00
1 00
2 00
2 00
5 00
8 00
2 00
827 5C
9 2E
1 oo
5 50
5 00
2 60
4 00
1 oo
1 50
50
3 00
126,184 64
C. Karst	
VIII.—EDUCATION.—Continued,
Vote No. 49.—Education Office.—Concluded.
	
860 75
5,758 50
1,750 00
C. W. Horth	
Stage fare          do.           Nanaimo to Wellington and return
Steamer "Cariboo-Fly"..
„      "Enterprise" ...
Do.           do.           Victoria to New Westr. and return
G. A. Towle	
Steamer ' 'Royal City"...
Passage             do.          Langley to New Westminster	
Vote No. 50.—Victoria City District.
Principal, Boys' Department, 1st January to 30th April	
1st Assistant       do.                 1st January to 30th April ....
Do.                do.                 1st May to 30th June	
2nd Assistant      do.                 1st January to 30th June ....
3rd Assistant       do.                         do.                  do.        ....
Principal, Girls' Department, 1st January to 30th April	
Do.                do.                 1st May to"30th June	
1st Assistant       do.                 1st January to 30th June ....
2nd Assistant      do.                         do.    *      31st May	
3rd Assistant       do.                         do.            30th April ....
4th Assistant       do.                 1st January to 30th April ....
320 00
180 00
280 00
160 00
420 00
360 00
360 00
160 00
420 00
350 00
180 00
110 00
80 00
90 00
500 00
220 00
360 00
170 00
120 00
540 00
3 00
162 00
85 00
25 50
7 50
51 00
11 00
22 50
8 25
2 75
Do	
Do.           	
J. W. Thomson  	
Do	
E. V. V. Wilson Brown..
L. M. Caldwell	
Do.
Do.           	
Do.               	
Do	
W. H. Huxtable	
Do.           	
Do.           	
Cleaning              do.        from 31st May, 1878, to 31st May '79
Do.     Public School           1st Dec. 1877,            do.
Do.                 	
Engelhardt & Co	
Coal	
Water, 1878	
T. N. Hibben & Co	
Vote No. 51.—Victoria District.
360 00
420 00
200 00
50 00
420 00
120 00
81 30
98 70
0. D. Sweet	
Do.     Cedar Hill,            do.              do.
C. W. Rigg  	
S. D. Pope 	
Do.      North Saanich,         do.     '        28th February	
J. P. Court	
Vote No. 52.—Esquimalt District.
C. Bayley	
250 00
200 00
300 00
250 00
30 00
1 50
16 00
4 00
8 00
19 50
' 2 00
8 00
1 00
2 00
2 00
6 00
E. Fisher 	
Rent of School house, Esquimalt, 1st January to 30th June.
W. Arthur 	
W. McCarthy  	
R. Muir, Jr	
Do.                  do.             	
M. A. Troup	
Do.         do	
Do.         do	
Vote No. 53.—Cowichan District.
Teacher, South Cowichan, 1st January to 30th -June	
Do.     North Cowichan,          do.               do.
Do.     Salt Spring Island,       do.                do.
Do.     Burgovne Bay,            do.               do	
1,100 00
A. Dods	
E. A. Clark j
330 00
360 00
360 00
300 00
8 00
2 00
Canwd forward.,,, .',,,,.,.,
1
4,812 04
1,360 00
9,469 2oi
126,184 64 22
Public Accounts.
1879
TO WHOM PAID.
H. Sampson	
J. Dougan	
J. Mearns	
J. Mundell	
Do	
A. Flett	
E. Young	
K. McGregor	
Do	
A. J. Polley	
T.Clyde	
O. M. Gregory	
Mrs. Paul	
T. W. Glaholm ...
J. H. Pleace	
W.Wilson	
J. Gamier	
G. Norris	
Mrs. Randle	
S. Fiddick	
A. McKinley	
J. Kemp	
S. F. Crawford....
J. E. MeCutcheon
R. Yates	
J. Rodello	
J. A. Halliday	
Do	
A. J. McDougall..
J. Coutts  	
J. A. Calbick	
J. Cunningham ...
E. A. Halliday....
J. Dawson	
F. Forrest	
H. Elliott	
Postmaster	
E. Dickinson	
W. J. Armstrong .
R. J. Young	
A. L. Colbeck
C. E. Cordiner
J. W. Sinclair ....
R. H. Holding
Do.
A. Kern	
D. M. McMillan ...
A. W. H. Holmes
J. L. Atkinson	
J. R. Stirling	
Cunningham & Co.
J. Gillanders	
J. Murchison	
J. Campbell......
J. McConnell	
D. Gillanders  	
W. Nelmes	
W. Wheeler	
G. R, Ashwell
J. Ilardison	
W. Isaac	
J. Cunningham ..
W. J. Howieson .
W. Murray	
A. S. Bailey
E. H. Crease
1. Leduc.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward	
VIII.—EDUCATION.— Contimwd.
Vote No. 53.—Cowichan District.—Concluded.
Cutting wood and making desk, North Cowichan School.
Cordwood for South Cowichan School	
Do.      stove and fittings	
Vote No. 54.—Nanaimo District.
Principal, Bovs' Department, 1st January to 30th April
Do. do. 1st to 31st'May	
Assistant, do. 1st February to 31st May
Principal, Girls' Department, 1st January' do.
Assistant, do. do. * to 30th April
Do. do. 1st to 31st May	
Teacher, Wellington, 1st January to 31st May	
Do.     Cedar, do.     ' do.      	
Do.     Gabriola Island, do.        to 30th June	
Cleaning Nanaimo School house 	
Hauling coal, do. 	
Cleaning stove pipe, new stove and piping	
Stove and piping, coal-scuttle, &c	
Hauling coal	
Advertising Notices; Stationery and postage stamps...
Cleaning Nanaimo School house, 1878	
Cutting firewood       do. 	
Do. Cedar School house	
Cleaning Gabriola Island      do	
Vote No. 55.—Comox District.
Teacher, Comox, 1st January to 30th June	
Do.     Denman Island,  do. do	
Digging Well 	
Stove and piping	
Vote No. 56.—New Westminster City District.
Principal, Boys' Department, 1st January to 30th April .
Do. do. 1st to 31st May	
Assistant, do. do. 	
Principal, Girls' Department, 1st January to 31st May...
Making desks for school	
Stove, pump, and sundries 	
Cleaning and sweeping school '.	
Do. do.	
Digging Well 	
Cordwood	
Postage stamps	
Stationery	
Planking 	
Vote No. 57.—New Westminster District.
Teacher, Burrard Inlet, 1st January to 31st March .
1st April to 30th June .
1st January       do	
do. do	
do.        to 30th April	
1st May to 30th June	
1st January to 30th June	
do. do	
do. do	
do.           28th February
1st April to 30th June	
Do. do
Do.     Granville
Do.      Maple Ridge.
Do.     Langley,
Do. do.
Do.     Prairie,
Do.     Chilliwhack,
Do.      Cheam,
Do.     Sumass,
Do. do.
Stove, piping, and chalk for Prairie school
Sweeping and lighting fires, Cheam   do	
Cordwood for Prairie school	
Hauling wood, do	
Stove wood for Cheam school	
Glazing, do. 	
Cordwood and hauling, Chilliwhack school	
Cutting cordwood do. 1877
Sundries supplied to do.
Cleaning, and sawing wood,        do. 	
Repairing school house, Maple Ridge	
Stove piping,      do. do. 	
Labour and material, do. 	
Building wood shed for Prairie school	
Vote No. 58.—Hope-Yale District.
Teacher, Yale, 1st January to 30th June .
Do.     Lytton, do. do.
Do.    Cache Creek do. do.
Carried forward...
Arrears,
1878.
8   cts.
4,812 04
3 00
15 00
1 75
6 37
5 50
4 50
56 00
2 50
9 00
10 00
10 00
32 00
4 00
42 50
16 75
9 00
5 00
7 50
5 25
8 00
7 00
6 12
10 00
6 75
2 63
5 25
28 72
5,138 13
8   cts.
1,360 00
13 00
3 00
15 00
S   cts.
400 00
90 00
240 00
350 00
80 00
50 00
300 00
250 00
300 00
8 00
3 25
31 25
33 61
7 00
11 50
74 00
7 50
2 50
9 00
300 00
300 00
12 00
25 00
400 00
90 00
75 00
300 00
44 00
36 00
40 00
32 00
4 00
42 50
1 50
1 00
1 00
165 00
165 00
330 00
360 00
240 00
110 00
300 00
360 00
300 00
100 00
150 00
10 76
9 00
5 00
7 50
5 25
75
8 00
7 00
9 12
18 00
6 75
2 63
5 25
28 72
860 00
360 00
450 00
1,170 00
9,469 25
1,391 00
2,247 61
637 00
1,067 60
2,709 72
17,522 18
8   cts.
126,184 64
126,184 64 43 Vic.
Public Accounts.
23
TO WHOM PAID.
C. Schubert	
A. Irwin 	
Do	
M. Coughlan	
Do	
J. E. Trenaman 	
C. Phair	
A. McKenzie	
W. Abel	
J. B. Good 	
A. McKinley	
0. A. McKinley  	
C. Ogden  	
W. Manson  	
G. C. Phinney	
Do	
A. Johnstone  	
Do	
Do	
J. Manion	
Do	
Fletcher & McNaughton
1. B. Nason 	
Stanley Club	
J. C. Beedy 	
M. Brigbell 	
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
G. W. Cook 	
F. J. Barnard & Co. .
Bank of British Columbia
Do.
Do.
Do.
Porter & Quadra	
C. W. Horth	
J. Ganner	
Indian "Jim"  	
Callbreath & Co	
Indian "Billy"	
McKenzie & Hanck ..
W. Diebel	
Porter & Hampton...
R. Reid	
Indian "Sitka Jack" .
A. Camet	
Str. "Wilson G. Hunt'
Indian "Isaac"	
P. Arnaud	
Steamer "Reliance"..
A. J. Pinder	
J. T. Dunlop	
H.M.S. Myrmidon
A. T. Bushby ...
W. C. Bryant ...
R. Baker & Son...
Brought forward	
VIII.—EDUCATION.—Concluded.
Vote No. 58.—Hope-Yale District.—Concluded.
Matron,  Cache Creek, 1st January to 30th June	
Teacher, Nicola, do. 30th April	
Do. do. 1st May to 30th June	
Do.     Okanagan,    23rd October to 31st December, 1878
Do. do. 1st January to 30th June	
Do.     Hope, 1st April do	
Vote No. 59.—Lillooet District.
Teacher, Lillooet, 1st January to 30th June	
Do.     Clinton, do. 31st May	
Do.     Lac la Hache, 1st May to 30th June	
Rent of school house, Lillooet, 1st January to 30th June ..
Broom for     do. Lac la Hache	
Cordwood,     do. do. 	
Re-mudding do. do. 	
Sashes, and fitting sam e	
Vote No. 60.—Cariboo District.
Teacher, Barkerville, 1st January to 30th April	
Do. do. 1st to 31st May	
. Do.     Stanley,       June, 1878	
Do. do. * 1st January to 30th April	
Do. do. 1st to 31st May 	
Do. Stuarts Lake, 1st September to 31st December, 1878
Do. do. 1st January to 30th April	
Sundries for Stanley school house	
Lumber do. 1877	
Stove and piping do. 	
Cordwood do. 	
Blackboard 	
IX.—TRANSPORT.
Vote No. 61.—Freight on Remittances.
Commission on transport of treasure from Cassiar	
Freight on remittance from Hope	
Exchange on Draft, Britton & Rey, San Francisco	
Do. do.     Miller & Richard, do. 	
Do. do.      Shattuck & Fletcher, do. 	
Do. do.     Miller & Richard, do. 	
Vote No. 62.—Travelling. Expenses, Officers on Duty.
Passage of Gold Commissioner, Cassiar	
Buggy hire for Inspector of Mines, Nanaimo	
Do. do. do.        do	
Packing blankets for Gold Commissioner, Cassiar	
Provisions do. do	
Packing blankets do. do	
Boat hire do. do	
Meals do. do	
Meals for Officer collecting Revenue, do	
Do. do. do	
Packing for Gold Commissioner, do	
Do. do. do	
Passage, &c., of Surveyor-General, A'ictoriato N. W. and rtn
Canoe hire ' do. Matsqui	
Meals and bed do. New Westminster	
Passage and meals        do. Matsqui	
The following are brought to account under autlwrity
of Supply Bill, Schedule C:—
Boat hire, for Private Secretary, to H.M.S. Petrel	
Carriage hire do. '   to Esquimalt	
Entertainment of A. T. Bushby, Esq	
Travelling allowance to Sechelt	
Vote No. 63.—Keep of Horses.
Shoeing Messenger's horse	
Hay and oats        do.        	
Arrears,
1878.
$   cts.
Carried forward ,      5,957 32
5,138 13
164 51
1 00
16 00
5 00
15 00
50 00
240 00
21 50
30 18
25 00
60 00
27 00
8 cts.
5 50
19 50
1,170 00
300 00
260 00
120 00
164 51
300 00
150 00
360 00
300 00
120 00
30 00
1 00
16 00
5 00
15 00
240 00
83 33
50 00
200 00
60 00
240 00
240 00
21 50
30 18
25 00
60 00
27 00
$ cts.
60 00
75
55
25
25
2 16
5 50
22 50
10 00
19 50
19 68
4 00
7 00
9 00
11 26
6 25
18 00
IS 00
5 50
4 00
7 00
4 00
1 50
1 50
6 00
6 00
116 50
116 50
15 00
15 00
7 50
26 98
17,522 18
126,184 64
2,464 51
1,277 01
22,110 70
63 96
408 62
148,703 96 24
Public Accounts.
1879
TO WHOM PAH).
J. S. Helmcken.
W. V. Brown ..
J. Morley	
G. Coxon	
M. O'Connor...
B. Price	
J. Clapperton..
C. S. Windsor .
L. Lowenberg .
M. Bate, Jr	
R. H. Pidcock .
T. H. Long
B. Price	
J. Austin 	
P. C. Dunlevy .
Mrs. Hyde	
J. Boyd	
S. Downes	
Brown &Gillis.
A. Barlow	
R. Graham ....
R. H. Pidcock .
J. Lindsay ....
A. & W. Wilson
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
McKillican & Elford.
Do.
Kinsman & Styles ..
J. McDowell.'	
A. Vipond	
W. Constantino 	
G. Pope 	
Walker & Bowes .
E.Peck	
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward	
X.—RENT.
Vote No. 64.—Government House, Victoria.
Ground rent	
XL—REVENUE SERVICES.
Vote No. 66.—Commission, &c.
Commission on Collections, Cassiar.
R. T. Williams	
Victoria "Standard'
G. Norris 	
G. Jenkinson	
P. Brady	
N. W. "Herald" ...
W. Moore ... .■	
Steamer "Olympia'
A. W. Skinner	
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
do.      ' Cowichan	
do.        Lytton 	
do.        Clinton	
do. Keremeoos	
do.        Nicola	
do.        Skeena 	
for collecting rent, "The Winds" ...
do. School Tax, Nanaimo .
Courts of Appeal.
Holding Court of Appeal, Comox 	
Do.              Revision and Appeal, Esquimalt & Victoria!
Do. Appeal, Keremeoos	
Arrears,
1878.
S   cts.
5,957 32
49 68
Travelling Fxi)enses.
Meals, bed, and horse feed, Collector Lindsay, Cariboo .,
Meals and bed for Collector Lindsay, Soda Creek	
Do. do. Waggon Road	
Meals, bed, and horse feed, Collector Lindsay, Waggon Road
Meals for Collector Lindsay, Waggon Road	
Meals & bed do. Quesnelle 	
Horse feed do. do	
Horse hire do. do	
Travelling expenses to hold Court of Appeal, Comox	
Actual travelling expenses in 1874, collecting Road Tax.
brought to account by authority of Sched. C, Supply Acij
Rent, Miscellaneous, &c.
Binding and perforating Tax Receipt forms, &c. ..
Advertising sundry notices for Assessor	
Do. do. do.      Nanaimo .
Pair of scales for Toll Collector	
Rent of office, Telegraph Creek	
Advertising notices, New Westminster	
Freight on scales, Skeena River 	
Do. to Wrangel .."	
Serving distress warrants on defaulting taxpayers.
5 00
S   cts.
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.
Vote No.
-Works and Buildings.
17S 00
12 00
36 25
Repairs to Government Buildings and Fences, Victoria.
Alteration and extension of gas fittings, Treasury	
Repairs to conductor pipe, Public School	
Varnish for grates, stove fittings, and labour, Leg. Assembly
Repairs to roof gutters, extending gas fiittings, Land Officc|
Gas fittings, Provincial Secretary's Office  i
Repairs to pipes, '' The Winds" h
Do.       Guttering, stove-piping, locks and keys    ! !
Do.       Messenger's Quarters, Education Office, Treasury,1 ;
Gas and stove fittings 11
Cleaning stoves and gas pipes, House of Assembly 11
Sundry repairs and materials  i
Shelving in Treasury Vault and Audit Office   i
Brickwork, Gaol Kitchen, Victoria	
Repairs to door and Locks, Legislative Assembly	
Keys for Legislative Assembly, locks and keys for offices, &c.
Making pigeon holes and repairs to doors	
Repairs to Government Buildings, Yale.
Roof plate for Toll House
Lumber for Office repairs.
Repairs to floor of Gaol...
82 91
6 00
5 00
60 85
21 25
35 00
17 25
Carried forward.
S ets.
49 68
20 90
145 33
96 50
69 12
110 00
15 75
33 50
19 87
5 00
15 00
15 00
11 50
5 00
2 60
6
6 00
20 00
5 00
24 00
2 00
178 00
58 50
194 25
24 00
45 00
12 00
92 00
7 50
1 60
10 00
82 91
6 00
5 00
60 85
21 2S
4 2'
56 80
41 70
38 40
35 00
92 05
17 21
2 25
5 12
46 40
1 25
5 15
17 10
6,400 51I
$ cts.
148,703 96
24 25
260 75
515 23
23 50
1,301 25
588 731150,029 43 43 Vic.
Public Accounts.
25
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
1878.
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
6,490 51
110 00
67 72
88 50
6 00
63 12
2 25
873 15
197 77
72 22
13 00
538 73
481 91
127 50
154 14
650 00
193 72
165 15
88 25
401 56
80 00
150,029 46
E. Neufelder	
XII.—PUBLIC WOB.KS.—Continued.
Votk No. 68.—Works and Buildings.—Concluded.
Repairs to Government Buildings, Cariboo.
2 50
5 00
12 00
12 50
56 00
30 00
10 00
160 00
50 00
125 00
17 66
11 26
Shovelling snow, on two occasions, from roof of lock-up....
J. Gallen	
T. Pattullo	
Repairs to Government Buildings, Cassiar.
110 00
17 50
Okanagan Lock-zip.
Nanaimo School Land.
Lunatic Asylum, New Westminster.
4 00
27 50
67 72
88 50
6 00
J. A. Calbick	
T. McNeely  	
Improvement of Government Reserve.
Making sprinkling gutters, clearing pipes, repairing hose,
A. & W. Wilson	
130 49
29 66
5 00
Furniture, Government Offices.
A. & W. Wilson	
,    20 00
16 00
2 25
.T. Weiler  	
Oil cloth and washstand for Lieutenant-Governor's Office...
Insurance of Government Buildings.
Imperial Insurance Co...
43 75
52 50
7 00
8 75
11 25
38 93
152 13
28 25
14 00
45 00
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Commercial Union	
Do.           	
Do.            	
N. British & Mercantile..
Northern Assurance Co..
Do.         Victoria, Craigflower, and Barkerville Schools.
Do.          Cedar Hill and Public School, Fort street
Do.         Cedar District and Wellington Schools	
Repairs to Government Buildings, Osoyoos.
E. Parr	
Vote No. 69.—Government House, Victoria,
988 39
197 77
26 75
72 22
13 00
2,780 96
T. S. Allatt  	
A. & W. Wilson	
Do.           	
McKillican & Elford	
Cleaning and repairing gutters, &c	
Vote No. 70.—Roads, Streets, and Bridges.
Victoria City District.
1,298 13
200 00
200 00
200 00
600 00
Do.             do.          11,          do.
Do.             do.          13,          do	
7,984 24
600 00
154,108 55 26
Public Accounts.
1879
TO WHOM PAID.
J. J. Downey  	
P. Imrie	
T. Burns	
W. H. Snider	
J. Snider	
G. Thomas	
E. Pritchard	
H. Simpson	
J. Camp	
McKilliean & Elford
M. Muir	
W. Hassard	
S. Morrow 	
Do	
W. P. Sayward	
J. H. Seafe	
G. Cook	
R. Graham	
Mrs. Scott	
McGirr & Hillier ...
E. Vine	
P. Gilligan	
W. McGirr	
MoGirr & Hillier ...
Do.
A. Todd	
J. Boal  	
E. Marriner	
J. Lemon	
A. Blyth	
W. Duncan  	
Indian "Tom"	
L. Hall  	
W. C. Duncan	
G. Askew 	
R. Scott 	
G. H. Baker	
Borde & Morley ...
R. H. Perry	
G. McDonald	
R. T. Cliffe	
E. N. Briggs	
J. A. Carthew	
J. M. Fitzgerald ....
Pidcock & Guillod .
G. G. McDonald ....
Steamer "Maude" ..
A. Urquhart	
W.Boyd	
Pay sheet, Indians..
P. Fink	
T. Ryan	
F. J. Barnard & Co.
J. Boyd	
Pay sheet	
R. Graham	
A. Schubert	
A. Stevenson 	
J. Mclntyre	
J. McKay 	
H. Blackford	
J. Panna 	
Pay sheets	
Do	
Do	
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Vote No. 70.—Roads, Streets, and Bridoes.—Continued.
Victoria District.
Clearing stumps, North Saanich Road	
Repairs to West Saanich Road	
Grading and ditching, North Saanich Road	
Cutting drain on Saanich Road	
Do.     fallen tree       do. 	
Repairs to culverts and filling holes, West Saanich Road...
Cutting out fallen tree, East Saanich Road	
General repairs to road, and board for Surveyor-General ..
Lunch for Surveyor-General, and horse feed	
Esquimau District.
Repairs to second bridge	
Clearing out fallen timber	
Repairs to culverts	
General repairs to Sooke Road, bridges, &c	
Laying out work under Surveyor-General	
Planking 	
Clearing trees and filling holes, Highland	
Repairing road from Gleed's to Vine's	
Meals for Surveyor-General and assistant	
Lunch do. do	
Culvert on Admiral's road	
Cutting fallen trees, Metchosin Road, and meal for Sur-Gen,
Labour on Esquimalt Road	
Victoria and Esquimalt Districts—Bridge Repairs.
Inspecting and reporting on Point Ellice Bridge	
On account of contract, pile driving, do. 	
In full of contract and extras do. 	
Cowichan District.
Arrears,
1878.
$   cts,
Clearing logs from Kokasailah Road	
Repairs to bridges	
Do. Cowichan River	
Repairs to culvert, Cowichan Road	
Repairs to bridge, culvert, and approach, Kokasailah Bridge]
Inspecting damage to bridge near White's	
Removing logs from river	
Making road along Chemainus River	
Clearing drift wood from Cowichan River Bridge	
Nanaimo District.
Superintendence, clearing Nanaimo-Vietoria Road	
Comox District.
Clearing road and cutting out fallen timber	
Superintending repairs to Comox Wharf	
Sharpening tools, bolts, &c	
Axeman on wharf repairs  	
Do. do. 	
Do. do. 	
Do. do. 	
Do. do. 	
Spikes for do. 	
Lumber do. 	
General repairs to roads	
Passage of Superintendent to Comox and return ..
Hire of oxen and time getting out piles for wharf.
Main Trunk Road.
Salary as Superintendent, Section 3	
Labour on Section 1, February	
Hay do	
Hay do	
Keep of 2 horses, winter of 1877-78	
Clearing stumps from waggon road, Section 5..
Labour clearing snow do.
Slabs for repairs to approach to Barkerville ...
Work on bridge, and provender, Section 2, 187S
Horse hire, 3 months do.
Provender do.
Do. do.
Horse shoes do.
Hay do.
Labour do.
Do do.
Do. do.
Carried forward	
10 25
18 00
6 24
11 50
00
60 00
128 00
29 75
57 00
31 50
37 50
54 00
33 00
6 50
46 50
12 50
20 25
82 00
780 00
10 17
SO 00
91 89
13 00
12 75
31 71
228 00
208 50
292 22
10,390 97
S cts.
46 00
9 00
46 00
10 00
2 00
5 00
2 50
45 75
1 50
10 25
33 00
25 50
137 50
43 00
6 24
11 50
24 00
1 25
1 00
10 00
20 75
27 50
8 cts.
8 50
225 00
564
8 00
29 25
8 37
2 00
45 00
2 50
7 00
6 00
6 00
60 00
128 00
29 75
57 00
31 50
37 50
54 00
33 00
6 50
46 50
12 50
20 25
82 00
780 00
230 50
43 04
2 24
56 00
5 00
25 50
10 00
10 17
30 00
91 89
13 00
12 75
31 71
228 00
208 50
292 22
2,070 52
600 00
167 75
798 10
114 12
598 50
S cts.
154,108 56
2,644 96l 154,108 55 48 Vic
Public Accounts.
27
TO WHOM PAID.
Pay sheets   	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
W. A. Johnstone ..
W. Thorpe	
E. Ogden  	
Pay sheets	
Do	
W. A. Johnstone,..
R. Graham	
Pay sheets	
Indian "Yeleachan"
,,     "Quelkin" ..
,,     "Atea"	
R. McLaren	
Operator, Yale	
Pay sheets 	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
E. E. Bligh 	
J. Parma 	
W. Tinline 	
H. B. Dart	
W. Mclntyre	
J. McKay'& Co	
J. Mclntyre	
A. Stevenson 	
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Vote No. 70.—Roads, Streets, and Bridges.—Continued,
Main Trunk Road—Continued.
Labour, Section 2,1878 	
Do. do. 	
Do. do. 	
Do. do. 	
Do. do. 	
Do. do. 	
Do. do. 	
Repairs to bridge, Section 5  	
Labour 	
Building temporary trail, &c	
Labour, Section 5	
Labour on Soda Creek Hill, Section 4	
Refund, Chinese vouchers disallowed	
Labour on land slide, Section 5	
Labour, Section 1, February, April, and May	
Packing tools, &c	
Do. 	
Do. 	
Freight on spikes	
Telegrams	
Labour, January, February, and April	
Labour, Section 2, January	
Do. February	
Do. March  	
Do. April	
Do. May	
Horse shoeing	
Hay	
Carrots and horse medicine	
Horse feed	
Do	
Do	
Shovel and hay	
Horse hire for 2 months	
Pay sheet ; Labour, Section 1, May	
Oppenheimer Bros Tools, provender, powder, and nails	
Hudson Bay Co Whitewash brush, tools, and oats	
J. Stott & Co I Horse shoeing	
Douglas & Co Harness and repairs	
■■''■'" Packingoats	
Horse feed	
Night-work, clearing water from road, Section 5 .
Labour 	
Labour, Section 1, March 	
Do. April	
Do. May	
Planking (4-inch)
T. Mitchell .
Barnard & Co.,
J. Allison	
R. Coland	
Pay sheet	
Do	
Do	
Scott & Co.
W. Pattullo  I Lumber for Barkerville bulkhead .
J. Havs ,
0. St. Hers
J. Pomeroy
1. B. Nason
Timbers
Labour
Do.
Slabs
A. Munro  j Timber, &e.
E. Deslorier
M. Redmond	
M. Pinkerton 	
A. McFarland	
Bohanon's Estate   	
J. Reid 	
W. Bouche 	
R. Pacey	
J. Girod	
Bohanon's Estate	
G. Cates	
A. Carson	
Downes & Co	
Pay sheet 	
J. Reid 	
Bohanon's Estate	
A. Carson	
R. Pacev	
J. Boyd'	
E. De'lorier	
Fletcher & McNaughton.
J. Girod	
Pay sheet 	
S. Downes & Co	
J. Girod	
A. Barlow	
Bohanon's Estate.	
Logs
Repairs
Do.
Axeman
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Arrears,
1878.
§   cts.
10,390 97
359 80
293 50
324 15
365 00
365 00
235 00
228 70
S   cts.
Beef and grain, Section 4 .
Harness, provisions, and nails, Section 4	
Clearing timber from Quesnelle Bridge, Section 4 .
Meals and potatoes, Section 4	
Tools, tinware, etc.,     do	
Meat, hay, and oats,     do	
Cutting out fallen timber, Section 4	
Blacksmithing, do	
Vegetables, hay, and grain,   do	
Labour, Section 5	
Provisions, do	
Hay, oats, meat, etc., Section 5	
Blacksmithing, do	
Meals and potatoes, do	
Provisions, hay, & grain, do	
Timber, do	
Tools, rope, etc., do	
Tools and tinware, do	
Labour, Section 4	
Oats, potatoes, etc., Section 4	
Tools, provisions, oats,    do	
Meat, do	
Beef, hay, and oats,       tdo	
Carried forward....,,,.,,
12,731 72
2,070 52
359
293 50
324 15
365 00
365 00
236 00
228 70
5 00
5 00
37 00
15 00
21 25
164 60
, 10 00
!>010 31
1 00
1 50
1 00
1 00
1 00
512 16
319 96
401 21
158 20
420 41
74 90
8 00
19 17
20 91
9 00
7 50
9 00
5 05
, 20 00
1,001 23
129 97
151 69
30 00
20 00
3 00
32 50
5 00
3 50
, 271 63
1,164 88
231 46
529 38
114 94
7 00
25 00
30 00
12
128 86
161 82
20 00
60 00
45 00
41
123 07
2 00
17 75
9 25
22 81
6 00
16 62
61 24
16 00
107 20
28 70
14 62
13 35
30 87
31 05
13 37
29 50
361 30
26 66
26 78
10 17
84 19
§ cts,
2,644 96
154,108 55
12,744 841 2,644 96 154,108 65 28
Public Accounts.
1879
TO WHOM PAID.
J. Reid 	
A. Carson	
Pay sheet	
J. Boyd	
A. McLean	
A. Carson	
P. Bourgeault	
R. Pacey  	
A. Barlow	
J. Girod	
Bohanon's Estate ...
E. Deslorier	
A. Munro	
Mason & Daly	
Devlin & Rodenback
S. Walker	
C. P. O'Neill	
Moody, Nelson, & Co..
Steamer "Enterprise".
T. H. Cudlip	
J. Rogers 	
H. Ross	
J. Oliver and H. Davis
Steamer "Roval City".
A. G. Smith	
DeBeck Bros.	
R. Johnson  	
M. Reynolds	
J. Campbell	
F. C. Allardice	
A. G. Smith	
T. H. Cudlip 	
T. McQuiltz	
B. Anderson	
B. H. Wilson	
D. Momatt	
J. McDonald 	
A. G. Smith	
Steamer "Royal City".
J. C. Livingstone	
W. J. Armstrong	
J. H. Murray   	
T. Greenham	
M. Nelson	
R. Howell	
W. McDonald	
J. Hamilton	
Steamer "Kamloops" ..
A. McKinnon	
Pay sheet	
J. Creighton	
J. Veasey	
P. Duffy 	
J. Uren & Co	
R. Nimmo	
Indian "Machell"	
A. Hurdy 	
E. G. Perry 	
P. Fraser	
J. B. Leighton	
J. Carragher	
A. H. Cadoux 	
G. Pendleton	
Shuswap Mill Co	
R. A. Nimmo 	
Steamer "Spellmacheen
D. Fraser	
F. McBrien   	
J. Wilson	
J. T. Edwards	
H. Ingram 	
J. Murray	
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Vote No. 70.—Roads, Streets, and Bridges.—Continued,
Main Trunk Road.— Concluded.
Provisions, freight, shovels, etc., Section 4
Blacksmithing, Section 4	
Labour, Section 5, June	
Oats, do	
Labour,     do	
Blacksmithing, Section 5	
Timber for bulkhead ...-	
Hay and meals, do	
Beef 	
Provisions	
Oats and hay 	
Timber and'horse hire	
Labour and lumber 	
Oats	
Tools, nails, etc ..
Hay and hauling
Blacksmithing ...
New Westminster District.
Planking (3-ineh)	
Passage, Superintendent Bonson
Ferry and use of screw-jack, False Creek Bridge; repairs to
bridge and clearing timber; meals for Superintendent
Squared timber, False Creek Bridge	
Labour on do. 	
Extinguishing fire on Ladner's Road	
Passages, Road Superintendent	
Repairs, False Creek Bridge	
Lumber, do.   :	
Horse hire and stabling for Superintendent	
Repairs, Burrard Inlet Road	
Waggon hire,      do. 	
Repairs to bridges on Hastings Road	
Do. do. do. 	
Lunch for Surveyor-General and Road Superintendent. ..
Clearing timber from sundry roads	
Repairs to bridge and clearing road, Hastings to Granville
Meals and ferriage for Road Superintendent, sundry reps'.
to road from Hastings to Granville, spikes for bridge.
Repairs to bridge, clearing timber, Hastings-Granville Road
Clearing fallen timber from sundry roads	
Sundry repairs to roads	
Freight, etc., on barrows and hay	
Clearing fallen timber	
Lumber for bridge repairs	
Clearing timber off Trunk Road	
Do. road from Ladner's to Langley
Do. Trunk Road	
Labour securing Long Bridge, Burrard Inlet Road
Hay.
Labour, clearing road .
Yale District.
Freight on rope for Savona's Ferry	
Clasps for cable do. 	
Indians, working on cable do. 	
lh days' work, crossing rope, Savona's Ferry	
Assisting do. do. 	
Do. do. do. 	
Hauling rope for Savona's Ferry	
Rope do. 	
Messenger to J. Uren,    do. 	
Repair to culvert near   do. 	
Do. Cache Creek Road	
Meal and horse hire, Kamloops-Nicola Road	
Telegram, do. 	
Ferriage across Thompson River, Tranquille Road	
Clearing out ditch, etc., Duck's to Grand Prairie	
Repairs to culvert, Savona-Okanagan Road	
Planking, for repairs to scow	
Oakum and pitch,     do. 	
Freight on lumber, do. 	
Clearing out North Thompson Bluff	
Labour, Nicola Waggon Road	
Keeping open Nicola-Hope Road	
Stabling, grain, labour, and horse-shoeing, Nicola Road.
Contract, keeping open road from Duck's to Okanagan..
Pick-handles and shovel, Nicola Road	
Arrears,
1878.
S   cts.
12,731 72
Carried forward.
S cts.
4
7 00
21 00
24 00
18 00
4 00
15 50
24 00
15 85
8 00
30 00
2 50
50 00
62 50
5 25
52 10
1 00
9 00
16 00
4 76
3 50
6 00
19 00
6 18
6 00
15 00
12 00
2 00
1 00
1 00
15 00
2 00
6 15
7 60
2 50
f33 77
49 20
534 00
28 25
200 00
5 00
$ cts.
12,744 84  2,644 96
10 00
6 00
712 09
8 76
3 50
10 50
70 27
10 07
14 08
122 38
14 39
40 90
42 11
7 00
15 25
22 25
21 00
4
7 00
21 00
24 00
18 00
4 00
15 50
24 00
15 85
8 00
30 00
2 50
50 00
62 50
2 00
22 50
7 50
18 00
7 50
22 50
27 50
5 25
3 00
52 10
12 50
12 75
15 00
5 00
10 00
2 50
1 00
9 00
16 00
4 75
3 50
6 00
19 00
6 18
5 00
15 00
12 00
2 00
1 00
1 00
15 00
2 00
6 15
7 50
2 60
33 77
49 20
534 00
28 25
200 00
5 00
13,875 39
512 83
$ cts.
154,108 55
17,033 18 154,108 55 43 Vic.
Public Accounts.
29
TO WHOM PAID.
G. Gordon.
Pay sheet .
Do.     .
P. Ryan...
J. Mekn	
P. Collins	
J. W. Woods	
L. Morello	
H. Featherstone ..
Smith & Eastman.
Pay sheet	
B. Got	
L. Lotoro 	
P. McQuade ...
W. Goodridge .
R. Graham	
T. P. Sullivan	
H. Newell	
R. Graham	
Veith, Borland & Co..
J. Metze 	
J. K. Barker	
H. Newell	
C. Smith	
J. Hamilton	
W. Bennett
W, Selleck
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued.
Vote No. 70.—Roads, Streets, and Bridges.—Continued.
Yale District.—Concluded.
Labour on Hope-Yale Road	
Do. Nicola Road, March and May	
Do.                 do.        January and February).
Do. do	
Lillooet District.
Labour on Lillooet-CIinton Road	
Do. do. do	
Do. do. do	
Do. do. do	
Pick and handle	
Tools	
Labour on Lillooet Trail, March and April.
Do. Cayoosh Bridge	
Repairs to culvert and team hirej	
Kootenay District.
Labour on Trails.
Do. do.    .
E. Stephens	
P. Murphy	
Steamer "Cariboo-Fly'
"Otter"	
G. R. Ashwell	
J. Wells	
J. Mcintosh	
J. Stevens	
W. McNeill  	
P. H. Gray	
J. Maynard 	
J. H. Gray	
E. L. Derby	
Steamer "Royal City"
W. J. Jemmett	
C. E.Woods	
A. Ross	
G. Turner	
J. Navarre	
M. W. Waitt & Co..
J. D. Evans	
Steamer "Gem" ...
,, "Reliance"
,,       "Olympia"
P. Arnaud	
L. Redon & Co.  ...
Cariboo District.
Instalment on Contract, Barkerville and Stanley Sleigh Road
Labour on Antler Creek Trail	
Do.        Beaver Lake   do	
Final payment on Contract, Barkerville-Stanley Sleigh Road
Moving camp, tools, etc., Snowshoe-Keithley          do.
Labour on Snowshoe-Keithley Sleigh Road	
Do.        Keithley, Forks Quesnelle, & 150-mile house road
Do. do. do. do. do.
Do. do. do. do. do.
Do.        Grouse Creek Trail 	
Vote No. 71.—Surveys.
Surveys throughout the Province.
Surveying in Chemainus District	
Carriage of baggage to steamer, and return	
Passage of E. Stephens	
Do. Messrs. Turner, Mahood, and Farwell	
Provisions for Turner's party	
Meat do. do. 	
Survey of Government Lots 12 and 12a, Kamloops	
Board and transport for J. H. Gray and assistant, Saanich.
Labour	
Chaining	
Transport to Prospect Lake of J. H. Gray and party	
Services, surveying	
Beef and butter ,	
Passage of Turner's party, and freight	
Taking levels and running lines at Lunatic Asylum	
Chainman       do. do. do. 	
Axeman do. do. do. 	
Surveying site of Provincial Lunatic Asylum and connecting
with survey of New Westminster City 	
Sumass Dyking Act, 187S.
Salary as Superintendent, Jan., and 10th March to 9th May
Drawing paper	
Board of Superintendent	
Passage of do. 	
Do. do. to and from Victoria, from N. W.
Do. do. Victoria to New Westr., and meal.
Board and lodging for Superintendent at New Westminster.
Do. do. do. Victoria	
Vote No. 72.—Graving Dock.
Resident Engineer's Salary.
Salary as Resident Engineer, 1st January to 30th June.
Storage.
Rent of Store, 1st January to 30th June	
Arrears,
1878.
$   cts.
14,073 30
254 00
398 00
45 00
1 50
7 00
16 00
25 61
15 61
15 00
Catried forward II 14,851 02
$ cts.
984 80
7 50
176 25
132 00
58 61
67 00
57 00
51 00
61 00
2 25
3 75
127 50
30 00
18 00
254 00
398 00
162 50
8 00
34 00
162 50
63 75
60 00
68 00
106 00
114 00
7 00
45 00
1 60
7 00
16 00
25 61
15 61
10 00
26 80
7 50
7 50
2 50
50 00
5 00
37 80
30 00
10 00
8 00
15 00
S cts.
8 Ct9.
448 39
7 25
48 86
4 50
6 76
3 75
6 50
3 00
17,033 18
154,108 66
1,359 16
397 50
652 00
785 75
20,227 59
320 82
529 00
849 i
1,093 50
480 00
1,573 50
175,185 ! 30
Public Accounts.
1879
TO WHOM PAID.
Northern Assurance Co..
N. British and Mercantile
A. & W. Wilson	
Do	
J. McCarthy	
W. P. Sayward	
Do.
Shaw & Kuna 	
W. J. Whitmarsh   	
R. Ingram	
W. Clark	
J. Dougall	
W. McGirr	
G. Babbington	
F. Martin 	
A. McLeod	
J. Neill 	
J. Miles	
J. Maynard 	
S. Cooness	
G. Mason	
E. B. Marvin	
J. Porter	
W. J. Louttet	
W. J. Whitmarsh	
J. Labrou	
W. Selleck	
J. Baker	
J. Huntingdon	
Matthews, Richards & Co.
J. Porter	
A. Terville	
R. Keeler	
A. Muir	
W. McGirr	
Engelhardt & Co	
E. B. Marvin	
J. Dare 	
J. Maynard	
W. Arthur	
J. Harman ..
G. M. Sproat
Do.
Do.
Telegraph Co,
"Standard" Office	
"Nanaimo Free Press"
"Standard" Office	
J. C. Brown	
"Standard" Office	
Do. 	
Do. 	
J. C. Brown	
T. N. Hibben & Co	
Do.
P. Flynn	
M. W. Waitt & Co	
R. T. Williams	
Do	
Do	
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS.—Concluded.
Vote No. 72.—Graving Dock.—Concluded.
Insurance.
Premium on § 8,000	
Do. 13,000	
Erecting Pump.
Tin box, iron pipe, and sheet lead	
Iron pipe, connections, hose, plumbers' work, etc	
Wages as Bricklayer	
Lumber, drayage, etc	
Do.     and piles	
Ironwork, smoke stack, etc.	
Carpenter's work	
Bricklaying	
Wages as Foreman	
Set of car wheels	
Carpenter's work	
Labourer	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do 0.	
Drayage of sundries	
Hauling piles	
Bricks and hauling	
Hardware, paint, oil, etc	
Carriage of bolts, etc ,
Labour 	
Carpentering	
Blacksmithing	
Pitch	
Sand and hauling ,	
Foreman of Bricklayers, setting Boiler	
Nails, iron, and hardware	
Carriage of bolts and nails to Esquimalt	
Boat hire :	
2,000 shingles	
Working Pump.
Wages as Engineer	
Labour 	
Coal	
Paint, etc.	
Labour	
Hauling pump and timber	
Canvas, tar, and tacks	
Miscellaneous.
(Brought to account under authority of Schedule C.)
Boat hh'e	
Telegrams	
Travelling expenses ,	
Book on Cement	
Messages	
XIIL—MISCELLANEOUS EXPENDITURE.
Vote No. 73.—Advertising.
Advertising Holiday Notice.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Sundry Notices .
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Lands and Works ...
Provincial Secretary.
Lands and Works ...
Provincial Secretary.
all Departments	
Treasury	
Vote No. 74.—Stationery.
Stationery and paper	
Record and copying books	
4 bottles of ink erasing fluid	
Sundry stationery and eyelet machine	
Binding, lettering, and ruling new ledgers	
Perforating and binding Land Office forms and records.
Binding and lettering books for Treasury	
Carried forward     15,508
Arrears,
1878.
$   cts.
14,851 02
19 50
S   cts.
130 00
223 75
19 04
50 84
47 50
7 17
143 34
290 39
264 14
115 87
31 00
181 75
44 86
106 50
108 12
17 50
35 62
83 12
46 87
1 50
2 00
52 50
63 95
2 50
35 62
3 75
6 00
75
6 00
30 00
87 30
1 75
6 00
5 50
430 50
2 50
53 07
5 00
10 00
3 50
2 00
1 50
1 50
335 02
335 02
67 90
67 90
8 87
8 87
81 75
81 75
2 50
8 00
54 00
179 87
13 75
12 50
108 50
68 00
160 57
32 37
4 00
70 88
58 00
130 25
9 50
46S 57
$   cts.
1,573 50
353 75
1,704 41
506 57
495 04
447 12
8   cts.
175,185 96
4,633 27
447 12 179,819 23 43 Vic.
Public Accounts.
31
TO WHOM PAID.
G. Byrnes	
Mara & Wilson	
W. Teague	
P. J. Barnard & Co.
Do.
Oppenheimer & Co.
J. B. Lovell	
Callbreath & Co	
S. Leiser	
Postmaster, Victoria...
Do. Cariboo ...
F. Littler 	
Do	
Postmaster, Kamloops .
Do.        Yale	
Do. Nanaimo ..
A. Diebel 	
Do	
Do	
T. Hays	
J. Clarihue	
J, Johnston	
J. Kinnear	
Postmaster, Clinton	
W. Fernie	
W. U. Telegraph Co	
Telegraph Co	
Do	
Victoria Gas Co	
De Wiederhold & Co....
T. Glaholm 	
Indian "Jim"	
„ "Tom" & "Skein
,,    "Joseph",	
W. Teague	
Hudson Bay Co	
Devlin & Rodenbach ...
R. Jones	
Veith & Boland	
J. Cunningham & Co. ..
J. Bowron..#	
Callbreath & Co	
J. Booker	
S. Leiser	
J. Fletoher& Co	
D. McGillivray	
T. Parks 	
M. W. Waitt&Co	
W. P.Trounce	
Drake & Jackson	
J. A. Mara	
Lee	
Wing 	
Kwong Lee & Co	
G, Norris 	
R. T. Williams	
Ah Moore and Ah Lean..
R. Horton	
W. G. Bowman	
Do	
G. R. Layton	
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward.	
XIII.—MISCELLANEOUS EXPENDITURE.—Continued.
Vote No. 74.—Stationery.— Concluded,
Inkstands, rulers, etc., for office, Cariboo	
Envelopes and paper,       do.        Kamloops	
Ink and paper, do.        Yale	
Carriage of parcels, etc	
Freight on books	
Envelopes for Yale office	
Sundries for office, Cassiar	
Ink, elastic bands, paper, and envelopes for office, Cassiar.
Paper and ink for office, Cassiar	
Vote No. 75.—Postage.
Postages for Departments for 6 months.	
Do. Cariboo office	
Carriage of letters, Cariboo District and outlying creeks
Do.               do.               do.                do.
Postages for Kamloops office	
Do. Yale do	
Do. Nanaimo    do	
Carrying letters from Dease Creek to McDame Creek, Cassiar
Do.    express from Laketon to Victoria	
Do.   letters do. McDame Creek	
Do..      do. McDame to Dease Crk., and Laketon
Postage stamps for office, Cassiar	
Carriage of letters and express matter, Cassiar District	
Postage stamps, Cowichan District	
Do. Clinton	
Do. Kootenay	
Arrears,
1878.
$   cts.
'Vote No. 76.—Telegrams.
Messages	
Do.     Cariboo	
Do.     New Westminster.
Vote No. 77.—Fuel and Ligiit.
Gas for offices (6 months)	
Coal and wood for offices, Victoria
Coal for offices, Nanaimo	
Wood, and sawing, for Yale office .
do.
Do.
Do.
Coal oil and candles
Do. do.
Do. do.
Cordwood
Coal oil and candles
do.
do.
do	
do	
Cariboo office	
do	
do	
Do.    and lamp chimneys, New Westminster ,
Refund, Chinese voucher disallowed, Cariboo..
Coal oil for offices, Cassiar	
Cordwood do.	
Candles do. 	
Do.   and matches for office, Cassiar	
Cutting cordwood       do. do	
Cordwood do. do	
Vote No. 78.—Library, Legislative and Departmental.
Reports, etc., State of California	
Vote No. 80.—Refunds.
Refund of School Tax, twice paid	
Do.     Chinese Taxes	
Probate Duty (Dassonville Estate) .
Chinese Tax (less School Tax)	
do	
overcharge of Spirit Licence	
Private.Bill Fee	
School Tax, twice paid	
Chinese Taxes	
School Tax, twice paid	
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Vote No. 81.—Royal Commission.
Horse and buggy hire for Mr. Justice Crease	
Do. do. do. 	
Secretary to Commissioners, and copying evidence.
Carried forward     15,857 61
3 00
20 00
3 00
7 52
11 00
1 50
40 00
60 00
3 75
5 60
14 00
16 00
24 00
102 92
S cts.
465 57
2 50
2 00
3 25
14 52
4 75
50
2 75
6 50
2 00
578 00
10 00
22 00
10 50
15 00
25 00
20 00
3 00
20 00
3 00
5 00
6 00
50 00
5 00
9 00
10 00
203 20
13 84
1 25
$   cts.
129 25
839 50
19 00
9 50
35 00
9 00
6 25
3 38
11 00
90 25
17 50
1 50
40 00
16 50
145 00
18 50
7 00
14 00
45 00
3 00
20 00
75 00
7 00
10 00
70 00
60 00
3 00
20 00
3 00
16 00
24 00
102 92
447 12
504 34
S cts.
179,819 23
791 50
218 29
271 00
3,361 30 179,819 23 32
Public Accounts.
1879
TO WHOM PAID.
Canada Guarantee Co.
Premium on bond for C. Todd .
W. Fernie.
Victoria Fire Department
J. B. Matthews .
Bank of British Columbia
Bank of British Columbia
Bank of British Columbia
Britton & Rey	
Do	
Bank of British Columbia
J. Weiler 	
Burns & Co	
Langley & Co...
Hudson Bay Co.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Brought forward	
XIII.—MISCELLANEOUS EXPENDITURE.—Continued.
Vote No. 82.—Premium on Guarantee Bonds.
Vote No. 83.—Allowance to Officer, Kootenay.
Allowance for cleaning office, horse hire, travelling expenses,
hay, wood, etc., from 1st Oct., 1878, to 30th June, 1879.;
Vote No. 84.—Fire Department, Victoria.
Grant in aid	
Vote No. 88.—Lunatic Asylum Commission.
Inspecting, reporting, and medical superintendence	
Vote Nos. 89 and 90.—H.M.S. "Rocket."
Draft in favour of Accountant-General of Royal Navy	
Vote No. 91.—Master of Sloop "Ringleader."
Draft in favour of Accountant-General of Royal Navy	
Vote No, 92.—T. Harrison and Sons, London.
Draft in favour of T. Harrison for Colonial Office Lists	
Vote No. 93.—Cost and Freight of Lithographic Maps.
Freight on maps	
Lithographing maps of Osoyoos District	
Draft in favour of Stanford & Co., London, for maps .
Vote No. 94.—Sundries for Government House.
Tea set, and tumblers
Glassware, services, etc...
Wax candles	
Water butts, and coal oil.
Vote No. 95.—Miscellaneous, not detailed.
W. L. Boyle	
R. T. Williams	
J. Parsons	
Welch, Rithet & Co.
W. H. Huxtable	
Mrs. Deasy	
F. W. Jesse	
C. Cormack	
Hudson Bay Co	
Adler & Barry	
R. T. Williams	
Mrs. Deasy	
Victoria Water Works
Bank of British Columbia
Fell & Co	
J. K. Suter	
J. J. Russell	
G. Morison	
N. McColl	
Indian "Charley"	
J. B. Lovell	
S. B. Stott	
J. Humphries	
Indian "Dixon" 	
Barnard & Co	
Deputy Treasurer ...
A. Vipond	
G. Jacques	
J. Wilson	
"Standard" Office	
H. McKenzie	
Deputy Treasurer	
R. T. Williams	
J. Wilson	
J. C. Brown	
W. V. Brown	
J. Cunningham 	
Indian "Jim" 	
J.Allen	
Saddle	
Binding newspapers	
Subscription to Colonist	
Date stamps, and duty	
Subscription to Standard, for Lieutenant-Governor's Office
Washing towels, Provincial Secretary' Office and Treasury.
Ruling time-book	
Subscription to Standard, Guardian, and Free Press ....
Candles and broom for offiec, Yale	
Damper, and repairs to stove-pipe	
Binding and indexing Land Offiec forms	
Washing towels for do. 	
Water for Government Buildings (6 months)	
Discount on silver	
Brushes, matches, etc	
Subscription to Guardian	
Carriage hire for Attorney-General to Government House .
Box of soap for Land Office	
Removing sundries to office, New Westminster	
Scrubbing Court House and Lock-up, Granville	
Window blind fittings, lamp glasses, etc., Cassiar offices...
Digging and covering grave of J. Moore,       do	
Making coffin, and material, do. do	
Washing and cleaning offices, Cassiar	
Freight on books to Yale	
Loss on silver sold to Garesche & Co	
Repairs to lock at Treasury	
Do.       clock, Provincial Secretary's Office	
Freight on books from Comox	
Subscription to Standard for H.B.M. Consul, San Francisco
Carriage of silver to Bank	
Loss on silver paid to Road Contractor	
Binding reports and newspapers for Provincial Secretary
Freight on books from Comox 	
Subscription to Herald, Provincial Secretary's Office	
Filing saw for Cassiar Gaol	
Sundries for New Westminster Office	
Cleaning Court House, Clinton	
Making coffin, lumber, and digging grave, Cassiar	
Arrears,
1878.
§   cts.
15,857 61
50 00
101 70
24 23
7 50
1 50
15 75
102 37
6 00
42 00
2 00
2 50
2 00
2 50
15 00
26 00
Carried forward     16,443
8 cts.
23 25
110 00
72 00
15 75
102 37
6 00
42 00
8 cts.
3,361 30
6 75
150 00
1,500 00
185 00
101 70
24 23
20 00
12 50
6 50
38 20
6 50
5 00
2 50
11 25
2 63
2 60
6 25
5 00
60 00
24 00
6 50
6 00
2 50
2 25
2 50
1 00
6 05
15 00
26 00
3 00
75
6 09
76
4 00
75
11 26
60
2 00
20 10
75
6 00
3 00
4 00
4 75
15 00
352 32
8 cts.
179,819 23
7 50
205 25
5,707 85 179,819 ! 43 Vic.
Public Accounts.
33
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
C. Cato	
Callbreath & Co	
Indian "Dixon"	
B. C. Loan Trustees
M. W. Waitt &Co...
H V. Edmonds	
A. McKinlay	
G. Norris	
Brought forward	
XIIL—MISCELLANEOUS EXPENDITURE— Concluded.
Vote No. 95.—Miscellaneous, not detailed.—Concluded.
Repairs to office stove, piping, etc	
Brooms, axe-handles, and sundries I	
Washing and cleaning Court House	
Cheque book	
Vote No. 96.—Bird's-eye View of Victoria.
200 copies	
Brought to account under authority of Schedule C.
Fees to Registrar	
Salary as Indian Commissioner	
Printing 200 hand-bills	
Total	
Arrears,
1878.
8   cts.
16,443 66
8 50
560 00
4 00
17,006 16
$   cts.
352 32
11 00
8 80
3 00
50
8 50
550 00
4 00
8   cts.
5,707 85
375 62
250 00
8   cts.
179,819 23
6,895 97
186,715 20
RECAPITULATION   OP  EXPENDITURE,
From 1st January to 30th June, 1879.
Page.
13
I.
13-14
II.
14-15
III.
15-16
IV.
16-17
V.
17
VI.
18-20
VII.
20-23
VIIL-
23
IX.
24
X.
24
XL
24-30
XII.
30-33
XIIL
SERVICE.
-Public Debt	
-Civil Government (Salaries)	
-Administration of Justice (Salaries)	
-Legislation	
-Public Institutions (maintenance)	
-Hospitals and Charities	
-Administration of Justice (other than Salaries).
-Education	
—Transport	
—Rent	
-Revenue Services	
-Public Works	
-Miscellaneous Expenditure
Arrears, 1878.
455 00
1,022 32
457 75
1,064 99
932 18
1,861 28
164 00
304 93
9,226 95
1,516 76
8 17,006 16
Total.
57,494 06
19,663 36
18,791 25
12,676 37
4,112 13
6,013 75
7,433 72
22,110 70
408 62
24 25
1,301 25
29,789 77
6,895 97
$ 186,715 20
EEEATA
ge 19—Arrears 1878, carried forward, for 8 3,693 00 read $ 3,693 20
,,   20              „
,,
3,999 54   „       3,999 74
,   21
jl
4,812 04   „        4,812 24
,   22               „
5,138 13   „       5,138 33
„   23
5,957 32   „       5,957 52
„   24
6,490 51   „       6,490 71
,,   25
7,984 24   „       7,984 44
„    26
10,390 97   „     10,391 17
„    27
12,731 72   „     12,726 92
„   28
II
14,078 10   „     14,073 30

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