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 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
PUBLIC   ACCOUNTS
FOR  THE
FISCAL YEAR ENDED 30TH JUNE, 1886.
PERIOD FROM  1st JULY,  1885, TO 30th JUNE,  1886.
VICTORIA : Printed by Richard Wolfenden, Government Printer,
at the Government Printing Office, James' Bay. 50 Vic. Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886. 19
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To the Honourable Clement Francis Cornwall,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour :
The undersigned has the honour to present the Public Accounts of British Columbia,
for the Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1886.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
JNO. ROBSON,
Minister of Finance.
Treasury Department,
Vietoria, 15th December, 1886. 50 Vic.   Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
21
To the Honourable Jno. Robson,
Minister of Finance.
Audit Office,
15th December, 1886.
The undersigned has the honour to present to you the Public Accounts to the 30th
June, 1886.
Respectfully submitted.
J. McB. Smith,
Auditor. 50 Vic. Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886. 23
PUBLIC  ACCOUNTS
FISCAL   YEAR   ENDED   30TH   JUNE,   1886.
TABLE   OF   CONTENTS.
27 —       Debt Account :  The Dominion of Canada in ac'count with the Province, for the Fiscal
Year ended 30th June, 1886.
27 —       Subsidy Account, for the Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1886.
25 —       Debentures Outstanding under the British Columbia Loan Acts.
26 —  .    Loan, 1877 ; Sinking Fund Account.
26a—       Receipts and Expenditure; a Comparative Statement,  from 20th July,  1871, to 30th
June, 1886.
26b— Treasurer in Account with the Province or British Columbia.
26c— District Returns of Revenue.
24 — Balance Sheet of the Province of British Columbia
28 — Expenditure ; Summary.
29- 32— do. Recapitulation.
33-119— do. Detailed.
121-124— Appropriation and   Expenditure ; Statement showing Appropriation and Expenditure,
also sums unexpended and over-expended.
125-126— Unprovided   Items ;   Statement  of  Services  whose   Expenditures  have  exceeded  their
Appropriation.
127-128— Lapsed Balances of Appropriation. U
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885. to :>0th June, 1886
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15th December, 1886.
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Statement of Sinking Fund, "Loan Act, 1874," deposited with the Bank of British Columbia.
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.§r2 EXPENDITURE.
SUMMARY   OF   EXPENDITURE   FOR   THE   FISCAL  YEAR
ENDED   30TH    JUNE     1886.
[Period from 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.]
I.—Public Debt	
II - Civil Government (Salaries)	
III.—Administration of Justice (Salaries)	
IV.—Legislation	
V.—Public Institutions (Maintenance)	
VI.—Hospitals and Charities	
VII.—Administration of Justice (other than Salaries).
VIII.—Education	
IX.—Transport 	
X.—Rent	
—Revenue Services	
-Public Works :—
Works and Buildings	
Government House, Victoria	
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves	
Surveys	
-Miscellaneous	
XI.
XII.
XIII.
134 25
22 13
49 60
47 11
279 77
413 87
Total
Expenditure.
$1,280 48
s 70,422 14
63,171 84
70,937 52
14,452 79
14,191 10
19,423 00
72,941 70
79,527 56
4,567 88
48 50
9,706 05
91,247 86
3,496 95
215,130 74
7,116 82
35,828 90
S772.2I1 35
Audit Office,
15th December, 1886.
J. MoB. SMITH,
Auditor. 50 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
29
EXPENDITURE.
 o	
RECAPITULATION OF EXPENDITURE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR
ENDED 30th JUNE   1886.
[Period from 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.]
Page.
Vote.
Service.
Arrears.
EXPENDITURE
Total.
33
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
33a
34
35
36
38
39
40
41
41A
42
43
44
45
46
48
49
60
60A
I.—Public Debt.
$49,137 41
20,646 72
150 00
489 01
33
33
33
II.—Civil Government (Salaries).
70,422 14
33
1,500 00
14,088 38
7,770 00
9,360 00
5,040 00
8,269 92
1,450 00
375 00
9,399 96
1,920 00
3,998 58
33
Provincial Secretary and Minister of Mines $6150.00 )
33
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34
34
34
34
34
34
34
$120 00
III.—Administration of Justice (Salaries).
63,171 8
35
•2,700 00
2,000 00
960 00
10,175 50
840 00
8,631 96
2,130 00
8,579 97
5,603 96
6,200 00
2,280 00
3,235 83
1,980 00
6,676 00
2,040 00
600 00
2,950 00
1,600 00
1,950 30
35
Sheriffs	
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
IV.—Legislation.
70,937 52
36
10,000 00
2,736 00
5 00
444 00
1,267 79
36
36
37
37
V.—Public Institutions (Maintenance).
137 60
5 00
14,452 79
37
7,366 50
6,433 76
390 84
38
38
VI.—Hospitals and Charities.
14,191 10
39
5,000 00
4,500 00
4,000 00
2,500 00
1,000 00
423 00
750 00
1,000 00
25(1 00
39
39
39
39
39
39
39
39
In aid of B. C. Benevolent Society	
19,423 00
262 60
252,698 39 30
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
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48
52
49
53
49
54
49
55
52
56
52
57
56
58
68
59
69
60
70
61
71
62
71
63
71
64
72
65
73
66
73
67
73
68
74
69
74
70
74
71
75
72
75
-73
77
74
77
75
76
77
81
78
81
79
81
80
81
81
81
82
82
83
82
84
82
85
82
86
82
87
83
88
83
89
83
90
83
91
83
92
84
94
85
95
85
96
85
97
85
98
85
99
85
100
86
101
86
102
86
103
86
104
86
105
86
106
86
107
86
108
86
109
86
110
87
111
87
112
87
114
87
115
87
116
87
117
87
118
87
119
87
121
87
122
87
123
87
124
Summoning and Paying Jurors and Witnesses.
Prosecution and Interpreters	
Expenses of Inquests	
Criminal Punishments	
Rewards	
Keep of Prisoners  	
Rents	
Special Constables	
Transport of Constables and Prisoners	
Miscellaneous	
Education Office	
Victoria City District 	
Victoria District 	
Esquimalt District	
Cowichan      do	
Nanaimo       do	
Comox do	
New Westminster City ....
do. District.
Hope-Yale District	
Lillooet District	
Cariboo District	
Brought forward	
VII.—Administration of Justice (other than Salaries).
VIII.—Education.
IX.—Transport.
Freight on Remittances	
Travelling expenses of Officers on duty.
Keep of Horses	
X.—Rent.
Government. House. Victoria .
XI.—Revenue Services.
Commission, Courts of Appeal, Travelling Expenses, Miscellaneous .
XII.—Public Works (Works and Buildings.)
Victoria 	
New Westminster....
Nanaimo (Vault, &c).
Yale District	
Lillooet District 	
Repairs to Government Buildings and Fences.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
Asylum for the Insane (repairs)	
Victoria Gaol (repairs)	
do. (construction)	
Gaol at New Westminster (completion)	
do.     Nanaimo (fencing, etc.)	
Government Buildings, Okanagan (office and dwelling for Agent)
Lock-up, Eagle Pass	
Government Buildings, Kootenay (construction)	
do. Forks of Quesnelle (completion)	
Lock-up, Quesnelle ,	
Furniture for Government Offices througout the Province	
Improvement of Government Reserves  	
Hospital at Kamloops (in aid of construction)	
Court House at Kamloops	
Insurance of Government Buildings	
Public School, Victoria (repairs)
EXPENDITURE
$262 60
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
(furniture)	
(construction and furniture) .
Nanaimo do.
Quamichan, do.
Port Moody, do.
Prairie, do.
Hall's Prairie, do.
Sonenos, do.
Cadboro, do.
North Chemainus,      do.
Courtenay, do.
St. Mary's Mission,      do.
Stave River, do.
New Westminster (fencing, &c.)	
Contreville (repairs, well, &c.)	
Chilliwhack (fencing, &c.)	
Cheam, do. 	
Colwood (clearing well, &c.)	
North Gabriola (repairs to fence, &c-) .
Yale (fence, wood-shed, &c.)  	
Langley (furniture, &c.)   	
North Cedar (wood-shed, &c)..   	
Wellington (repairs, &c.)	
Carried forward.
5 00
40 00
21 25
43 50
4 50
17 13
3 00
2 66
11 00
38 50
26 74
9 00
504 22
$18,211 70
1,574 00
1,150 83
98 87
340 00
23,677 56
917 00
7,932 73
9,810 14
9,228 87
3,357 45
15,967 77
5,493 54
2,883 50
6,565 00
9,361 84
2,145 67
4,997 68
14,229 25
9,320
l,8So
3,325 00
554
3,929 94
83 00
Total.
1,034 48
94 74
600 00
77 80
196 62
362 28
478 65
35,005 60
13,069 15
1,064 59
2,306 40
252 03
2,040 40
749 60
196 18
2,190 06
406 31
2,000 00
4,400 00
2,455 87
447 87
100 00
6,239 52
3,651 37
629 50
598 84
666 69
648 18
614 80
623 90
642 00
500 00
5 18
789 00
405 54
93 92
100 00
100 00
100 00
99 00
100 53
50 00
39 00
100 00
$252,598 I
72,941 70
79,627 50
4,567
9,706 05
6,325 40  419. 50 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1.886.
31
Page.  Vote.
87
87
88
88
88
88
111
112
112
112
169
112
170
113
171
113
1.72
114
173
114
174
114
1.75
115
176
115
177
115
178
116
179
116
180
116
181
115
182
116
183
116
186
116
187
116
188
125
126
127
129
132
133
134
135
136
136a
,136b
136c
136D
136E
186*
136G
136H
1361
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
91
91
146
146
93
147
94
148
94
149
95
150
95
151
96
152
97
153
101
154
101
155
101
156
102
157
104
158
105
159
106
160
107
161
108
162
110
163
110
164
110
165
110
165A
166
167
168
Brought forward.
XII.—Public Works (Works and Buildings)—Concluded.
Public School, Mud Bay (dyking, etc.) .
do. Barkervilie (furniture, etc.)	
do. Clover Valley (fencing, etc.)	
do. Lillooet do. 	
do. Okanagan (repairs, etc.)	
do. Shuswap 	
do. North Saanich (fence, pump, etc.) .
do. South Saanich (fence, etc.)	
do. Sumas (furniture, repairs, etc.)
do. Nicola (construction)	
do. Beaver Point, Salt Spring Island ..
do. Metchosin (repairs)	
do. Williams Lake (construction)	
do. Burton's Prairie (digging well)	
do. Departure Bay (construction)	
Lock-up at Granite Creek	
Court House, Lock-up and Office at Farwell	
Lock-ups, Cowichan District	
XII.—Public Works (Government House, Victoria).
Repairs to Government Buildings.
Furniture	
Fencing	
Water
Fuel and Light	
Improving Grounds	
Gardener, 12 months @ $50 $ month
Miscellaneous  	
XII.—Public Works (Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves).
Victoria District	
Victoria and Esquimalt Districts (construction of bridge at Point Ellice
Esquimalt District	
Cowichan     do	
Victoria and Nanaimo Trunk Road	
Salt Spring Island, and Islands at Plumper Pass	
Wharf at Plumper Pass	
Nanaimo District	
Comox District	
New Westminster District	
Municipalities in New Westminster District	
Cowichan Municipality 	
Trunk Rroad, New Westminster to Yale	
Yale District 	
Lillooet District 	
Cariboo     do	
Kootenay do	
Cassiar      do	
Main Trunk Road (including Thompson River Bridge)	
Lillooet Ferry (subsidy)	
Soda Creek Ferry	
Colonization Roads-on Vancouver Island	
XII.—Public Works (Surveys).
Surveys throughout the Province.
Exploratory Surveys	
Geological Survey	
XIII.—Miscellaneous.
Advertising	
Stationery  	
Postage   	
Telegrams	
Fuel and Light   	
Library—Legislative and Departmental...
do.      Attorney-General's Department.
Refunds	
Premium on Guarantee Bonds 	
Allowance to Officer at Kootenay	
Fire Department, Victoria 	
do. Nanaimo	
do. New Westminster	
do. Barkervilie 	
do. Quesnelle	
Reporting Judges' Decisions	
Agricultural Societies	
Telephone Service	
Carried forward,
$504 22
11 37
220 25
59 52
18 00
5 00
1,232 23
EXPENDITURE
100 00
49 00
50 00
74 98
126 25
210 00
41 24
89 87
75 00
82 50
300 00
25 00
500 00
20 00
652 75
689 95
1,168 67
667 25
296 44
484 64
235 41
768 97
824 60
214 14
600 00
72 75
10,798 98
12,474 50
7,795 14
10,309 53
4,123 96
1,555 81
1,150 80
9,010 40
3,748 48
25,073 80
6,000 00
1,000 00
999 02
24,714 86
19,906 99
12,484 02
6,605 29
2,779 42
49,516 75
750 00
200 00
4,132 39
4,227 92
187 67
2,701 23
3,090 49
3,394 98
2,521 21
2,108 41
2,050 90
371 90
357 90
1,865 57
207 00
200 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
500 OO
250 00
150 00
500 00
488 25
$119,390 08
3,496 '
215,130 74
7,116 82
19,656 61  736,382 45 32
Pitblic Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
Page.
Vote.
116
189
116
190
116
191
116
192
116
193
117
194
118
195
119
196
Brought forward	
XIII.—Miscellaneous.—Concluded.
B. C. Agricultural Association, in aid of Provincial Exhibition  	
In aid of Prospecting and Explorations	
Destruction of Wolves and Panthers in settled Districts throughout the
Province 	
Transport and accommodation of Geological Collection	
Compensation to Hon. A. F. Pemberton, on retiring from office of Coroner
In liquidation of claims for wages against F. B. McNamee & Co., by
former employees on the Esquimalt Graving Dock	
Miscellaneous not detailed 	
Immigration 	
1,280 48
EXPENDITURE
1,000 00
455 00
80 00
243 50
250 00
5,797 49
3,533 44
4,912 86
$736,382 45
J. McB. SMITH,
Auditor.
Audit Office,
15t'h December, 1886. 50 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
DETAILED   EXPENDITURE.
STATEMENT showing the Expenditure, aw brought to account in the Treasury
Department, on account of the Province of British Columbia, for the Fiscal Year
ended 30th June, 1886.
[Period from 1st July,  1885, to 30th June, 1886.]
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cts.
Bank of H. C, London ..
Various persons 	
Bank of British Columbia;
Bank of British Columbia
for B. C. Loan Trustees
Do. do.
Bank of British Columbia
B. C. Loan Trustees ....
Bank of British Columbia
Bank of British Columbia
Bank of B. C, London .
London Brokers	
I-PUBLIC DEBT.
Vote No. 1.—Interest.
12 months' interest @ 6 per cent, on .1*727,500, 40 Vie., Chap. 20.
12 do. 7 „ $20,000, 37 Vic., Chap. 21.
Interest on overdraft to 30th June, 1886 	
R G Tatlow
C A Vernon
F T James..
Hon J Robson ,
TElwyn	
A Holmes	
H Cathcart   .. .
R VVolfenden .
G Williams ...
II Butler
J Pottinger ..
Do.
F Partridge ..
F Shakespeare
E Cameron   ..
R Doran	
D A Gould ...
T Cusack
F Stannard
Vote No. 2,—Sinking Fund.
1 per cent, on $727,500, 40Vic, c. 20, payable in London, 31st Dec, 1885
Do. do. do. do. 30th June, 1880
Annual payment on $20,000, 37 Vic, c. 21, payable 31st Dec, 1885 ..
Accrued interest on investment of Sinking- Fund,  40 Vic,   Chap.  20,
re-invested in London, £1,106 17s. 4d	
Accrued annual interest on Sinking Fund deposits, 37 Vic, Chap. 21
Vote No. H— Premium and Exchange.
Exchange on drafts to London, 40 Vic, chap. 20	
Vote No. 4.-Discount and Commission.
Commission on payment of coupons, 40 Vic., Chap. 20  	
Brokerage in London on investment of Sinking' Fund, 40 Vic, Chap. 20
II.-CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).
Vote No. 5.-—Lieutenant-Governor's Office.
Private Secretary, 1st July, 1885, to 12th April, 1886, @ $100 per month
Do. 13th April to 30th June, 1886, 100        ,,
Messenger, 12 months, to 30th June, 1886, 25       ,,
Tote No. 6.—Provincial Secretary and Minister of Mines.
Provincial Secretary, 12 months, to 30th June, 18S6, @ $250 per month
Deputy do. do. do. ~   170
Messenger for all Depart.m's, do. do. 72.50
Do.        L. & W. Dept,    do. do. 20
Printing Branch.
Superintendent, 12 months, to 30th June, 1886,
Printer,
Do.
Do. 3
Do. 9
Do. 12
Do. 12
Sessional Printer, 7
Do. 7
Pay sheet ; Overtime during session
to 30th September, 1885
to 80th June, 1886,
to 30th September, 1885.
to 30th June, 1886,
do.
do.
1st Dec, 18S5, to 30th June,
do. do.
Do. 6th January to 22nd March, 1886,
Assistant Printer, 5 days,
Do. 7th Dec, 1885, to 10th April, 1886,
@ $170 per
100 ,
100       ,
80
90
75
75        ,
'86, 80
60
1 per
20 per
day
month
Vote No. 7. -Treasury.
Hon S Duck  Minister of Finance, 12 months to 30th June, 1886,
J J Young-  Deputy Treasurer,      9     „       to 31st March, 1880,
JMcBSmith  Auditor, 12      ,,       to 30th June, 1886,
A Flett   Clerk, 12     „ do.
Carried for ward.
@ §250 per month
170
170  „
100
43,650 00
1,400 00
4,087 41
7,275 00
7,275 00
543' 00
5,368 30
184 42
441 00
48 01
940 00
260 00
300 00
3,000 00
2,040 00
870 00
240 00
2,040 00
300 00
1,200 00
240 00
810 00
900 00
900 00
560 00
420 00
203 85
5 00
82 78
276 75
3,000 00
1,530 00
2,040 00
1,200 00
20,645 72
150 00
489 01
70,422 14
6,150 00
7,938 38
7,770 00
23,358 38 34
Public- Accounts, 1st July,  LS85, to 30th June, 1886.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOB WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   ets.
Brought forward	
II.-CIVIL GOVERNMENT (SALARIES).—Concluded.
Vote No. 8.—Lands and Works Department.
Hon W Smithe j Chief Commissioner, 12 months, to SOtli June, 1886, (ft 8250 per month
W S Gore    Surveyor-General, do. do.
F G Richards, Jr : Draughtsman, do.
B H John
S Phipps .
Assistant Draughtsman,    do.
Clerk of Records, do.
do.
do.
140
110
110
Vote No. 9.—Attorney-General's Department.
Hon A E B Davie   ; Attorney-General, 12 months, to 30th June, 1886,     (a $250 per month
P M Irving'  i Deputy' do. do. do. 170       ,,
O J Leggatt .. .
R F Tolmie ....
H H Wootton ..
R W Armstrong
C E Holt   	
J S Clute, Jr ...
Hon J A Mara
T Fell	
W Atkins ....
C Smith 	
H W H Combe.
S Roberts ...
R H Pidcock.
HFry	
R J Bentley, M D .
J Phillips	
J F Strange	
H Young	
R J Armstrong ...
H H Williams
Do	
H Lancaster	
Do.
D McCowan	
Do	
H Lister	
D Gunn	
Flora Ross	
Flora Goodaere   ..
L Bertram	
Jane Munday   .. ..
C Booth.. .
T H Giflm .
E V Bodwell...
FCWolfenden .
O Fletcher	
W F MoCulloch
N Fitzstubbs ...
Do	
F Evans 	
M E Dansereau
R E Green 	
J K Worsfold   ..
J J Alexander .,
W Atkins 	
J Anderson
Vote No. 10.—Land Registry Office.
Registrar-General, 12 months, to 30th June, 18S6,      to, 8170 per month
1st Clerk, do. do. 140
2nd Clerk, do. do. 75       ,,
Deputy Registrar, New NY est, 12 m. to 30th June, 1886, 166.66 ,,
1st Clerk, do. 12 do. 100
2nd Clerk, do. 9 do. 50
Vote No. 11.—Legislation.
Speaker of House of Assembly, Sessional Allowance	
Clerk do. do. 	
Librarian do. do. 	
Messenger do. do. 	
Vote No. 12.—Registration of Voters.
Collector of Voters for Victoria City and Esquimalt Districts, 12 mos.
to 30th June, 1886, @ $12 50 per month
Collector of Voters, Victoria District, 12 months to 30th June, 1886..
Do. Comox do. do.
Do. Cowichan do. do.
Vote No. 13.—Asylum for the Insane.
Medical Superintendent
12 mos.
to 30th June, 1886,
Steward,
12
do.              do.
1st Keeper,
12
do.              do.
2nd
12
do.              do.
3rd
S moa
to 28th Feb., 1886,
4th
8
do.              do.
3rd
4 mos
to 30th J one, 1886,
5th
8 mos
to 28th Feb., 1886,
4th
4 mos
to 30th June, 1886,
6th
8 mos
to 28th Feb., 1886,
5th
4 mos
to 30th Jone, 1886,
6th
4
do.              do.
Night- watchman,
12
do.              do.
Matron,
12
do.              do.
Assistant Matron,
12
do.               do.
Cook,
12
do.              do.
Washerwoman,
12
do.               do.
<208 33 V m
75 00 „
60 00 „
55 00 ,,
55 00 „
50 00 „
55 00 „
50 00 ,,
50 00 „
45 00 ,,
50 00 ,,
45 00 „
45 00 „
50 00 „
40 00 ,,
40 00 „
10 00 „
Vote No. 14.—Revenue Services.
Assessor and Collector, Victoria City, Victoria and Esquimalt Districts,
12 months to 30th June, 1880, @ $110 00 ¥ month
Toll Collector, Cassiar, 6 months, 100 00       ,,
Vote No. 15.—Temporary Departmental Assistance.
Professional services in Attorney-General's Office, 49 days, <a $5 $ day
Assistance in Prov. See's Office, July and August, 1885,'   @ $ 35 $ m.
Lands and Works Department, 12 mos. to 30th June, 1886,       100   ,,
Education Office S months to 28th Feb., Assay Office 4 months to SOth
June, 1886, @ $ioo
Assistance in Supreme Court, 1st July to 16th Sept., 1886, 80
,,        Att'y-General'sOffice, 1st Mar. to 22nd May, 1886,
,, ,, 3 weeks,
>> >t H days,
„ „ Feb. 8th to 27th,
,, Treasury Department, 87 days,
„ „ 18th Feb. to 30th April, 1886
,, Prov. See's Office, June IS to 30, 1886, 13 days,
„ Education Office, May 28th to June SOth, 1886,
Carried forward.
100    ,,
22 » w.
3 Id,
100 ¥ m.
100    ,,
3,  100    „
z> $2 50 v a
@ $80 ¥ m
23,358 38
3,000 00
2,040 00
1,680 00
1,320 00
1,320 00
3,000 00
2,040 00
2,040 00
1,680 00
900 00
1,999 92
1,200 00
450 00
500 00
500 00
250 00
200 00
120 00
150 00
100 00
50 00
75 00
2,499 96
900 00
720 00
660 00
440 00
400 00-
220 00
400 00
200 00
360 00
200 00
180 00
540 00
600 00
480 00
480 00
120 00
1,320 00
600 00
245 00
70 00
1,200 00
1,200 00
202 66
273 30
66 00
19 50
75 00
287 66
236 66
32 50
90 30
120 00    63,171 84
8,269 92
9,399 96
1,920 00
3,998 58 50 Vice
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1.885, to 30th June, 1886.
35
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
cts.
8   cts.
S   cts
120 00
III.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (SALARIES).
Vote No. 16.—Supreme Court.
Registrar Supreme Court, 12 months, to 30th June, 1886, (a $165 per m.
Usher,                  do.                  do.                         do.                  60    ,,
Vote No. 17-Sheriffs.
Sheriff, Victoria, 12 months to 30th June, 1886,            @ 862.50 per m.
Do.     New West.,   do.                     do.                               62.60    „
Do.     Cariboo,         do.                     do.                               41.06     ,,
Vote, No. 18.—County Court.
Registrar Comity Court, Victoria, 12 111., to 30th June, '86, @ 880 per m.
Vote No. 19.—Police and Gaols, Victoria.
Superintendent of Police, 12 months, to 30th June, 1886, @ 8150 per m.
1st Gaoler,                             do.                             do.                100
2nd    do.                                do.                             do.                  76       ,,
3rd    do.                                do.                             do.                 60       ,,
1st Convict Guard,                do.                             do.                  80       ,,
2nd           do.                           do.                               do.                   60       ,,
3rd           do.                         do.                             do.                 60       ,,
Extra       do.                  11 months,                                             60       ,,
Do.          do.            23rd Sept., 1885, to 30th June, 1886,          80       ,,
Do.          do.            27th October, 1885, to 30th April, 1886,    60       „
Nightwatchman and Constable, Government Building-s,
James' Bay, 12 months, to 30th June, 1886,                       72.50  ,,
1,980 00
720 00
2,700 00
J E McMillan   	
750 00
750 00
500 00
2,000 00
960 00
HWH Combe	
H B Roycraft   	
1,800 00
1,200 00
912 00
720 00
960 00
720 00
720 00
660 00
656 00
370 00
870 00
400 00
287 50
770 00
70 00
J W Hutchison .   ......
D Driscoll	
A Workman	
C H F Blake	
H Brooks 	
G McCloy 	
J S Helmoken, M D  ....
Stipendiary Magistrate (disposing of business  other than  Municipal)
16th July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886, 11^ months @ 825 per month
Vote No. 20.—-Police and Gaols, Esquimalt.
Constable, 11 months, to 31st May, 1886,                              @ 870 per 111.
Do.        1 month, June, 1886,                                                     70      ,,
Vote No. 21.—Police and Gaols, New Westminster City.
Government Agent, 12 months, to 30th June, 1886, @       S133.33per in.
Assistant   do.                  do.                     do.                           75         ,,
Registrar Supreme and County Courts, 12 months,              75         ,,
1st Gaoler, 12 months, to 30th June, 1886,                           100         „
2nd   do.                                    do.                                              76         ,,
3rd   do.       7 months, to 31st January, 1886,                         60         ,,
1st  Convict Guard, 12 months, to 30th June, 1886,                80         „
2nd           do.                do.                       do.                                    60
3rd            do.                do.                       do.                                    60          ,,
Caretaker & Messenger, 6 months,   do.                                  50         ,,
Vote No. 22.—Police and Gaols, New Westminster District.
Constable, Port Moody, 8 months, to 28th February, 1886, @S70 per m.
do.            do.          1st to 30th June, 1886,                        70     „
do.        Granville, 12 months, to 80th June, 1886,                80      „
do.       Maple Ridge, 9 do.                do.                                60     ,,
Vote No. 23.—Police and Gaols, Kootenay.
Gold Com. & S. M., 12 months, to 30th June, 1886, @        8208.33 V m.
Constable & Collector,     do.               do.                                125       ,,
do.                Wild Horse Ck., 12 111., to 30th June,'86, 100       „
do.                Kootenay,           11              do.                    80       ,,
Stipendiary Magistrate,  Farwell,  12              do.                  160       ,,
Constable,'Wild Horse Ok., 7 mos. to 28th February, 1886, 100
Vote No. 24.—Police and Gaols, Cariboo.
Government Agent, 12 111., to 30th June, 1886, @                8142.00 ty m.
Additional allowance for acting as Gold Commissioner, 6 111. 30.00   ,,
Constable & Collector, Richfield, 12 m. to 30th June, 1886, 125.00   „
do.                        Forks of Quesnelle, 12 m.,     do.       133.38   „
Stipendiary Magistrate, 12 m. to 30th June, 1886,                   41.66   ,,
Messenger, Richfield,      do.             do.                                 10.00   ,,
Vote No. 25.—Police and Gaols, Cassiar.
Gold Commissioner, Laketon, 12 mos. to 30th June, 1886, @ 8150 ty m.
Constable, Stickeen, 6 mos., 1st Nov., '85, to 30th April, '86     100   ,,
Acting Recorder, &e., MeDame Creek, 1st July to 30th September, 1886, and 1st to 30th June, 1886,   '                           75   „
Act. Recorder (spec, arrangement), 1st Oct.'85, to 31st May,'86, 25   ,,
Messenger and wood-cutter, 12 mos. to 30th June, 1886,             10   ,,
10,175 50
840 00
E L Kirk land   	
1,599 96
900 00
900 00
1,200 00
912 00
420 00
960 00
720 00
720 00
300 00
W Moresby  	
W Edwards  	
C R Monk	
J Burr	
8,681 96
560 00
70 00
960 00
640 00
W G Armstrong	
J Miller	
2,130 00
A W Vowell	
2.499 97
1.500 00
1,200 00
880 00
1,800 00
700 00
G M Sproat  	
E Parker	
8,579 97
1,704 00
180 00
1,500 00
1,599 96
500 00
120 00
Do	
JLBM'Lain	
5,608 96
J L Crimp,,         	
TH Giffin	
1,800 00
600 00
300 00
200 00
120 00
E Metcalf	
Do	
Various Indians 	
120 00
3,Q20 00
41,621 39 86
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 80th June, 1880.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Various Members
Various Members
Brought forward.
J Camp ',
A Graham	
Various Indians
L J Lewis	
W B Anderson.
F Hussey  .   ...
G Wise   	
GC Tunstall,..
W Dodd	
W H Smith ...
C Todd  	
J Kirkup   	
W Dewdney .. ,
J J Alexander .
M Bray 	
A Dick   	
W Stewart	
H L Booth ....
S Drake	
Po	
A Hamilton .. .
W Beveridge ..
D CTuness, M D
D Stepenson...
W Anderson.. .
G Kier	
D W Mainguy .
T Beckensell...
F Soues	
C Phair	
W F Allen	
J PPlanta	
G C Tunstall ..
J Swan   	
TIL-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (SALARIES).-
Concluded.
Vote No. 25.—Police and Gaols, Casslar District.—Concluded.
Gold Commissioner, Lome Creek, 12 mo., to 30 June ,1880, m $125 $ m.
Messenger, &c., do. do. 10   ,,
Constable, do. 6 mos. to 31st Dee., 1885,     100   ,,
do.       Fort Simpson, 12 mos. to 30th June, 1886, 80    „
Vote No. 20.—Police and Gaols, Yale and Lytton.
Gov't. Agent, Spence's Bridge, 12 mos. to 30th June, 1880, @ tfllo V in.
Constable & Collector, Yale, do. do. 80    ,,
Vote No. 27.—Police and Gaols, Kamloops.
Government Agent, 5 months to 30th November, 1885,       @ §125 ^ in.
do. 21st January to 30th June, 1886, 125   ,,
Constable, 12 months to 30th June, 18S6, 80    „
Stipendiary Magistrate, 1st to 15th July, 1886	
Constable, Eagle Pass, 12 months to 30th June, 1886, SO    ,,
Vote No. 28.   Police and Gaols, Okanagan.
Government Agent, 12 months to 30th June, 1886,
Constable, 6 months to ;iist December, 1885,
u( s|25 I'm.
SO    ,,
Vote No. 29.—Police and Gaols, Nanaimo.
Government Agent, 12 months to 30th June, 18S6, @ 8100 ¥ m.
Inspector of Mines,            do.                         do. 90 ,,
Constable and Gaoler,       do.                         do. 85 ,,
do.                1st to 27th July. 1885, 80 „
Convict Guard,                               do. 60 ,,
Constable and Assistant Gaoler, 28th July,'85, to 30th June, '86, 80 ,,
Constable, 12 months to 30th June, 1880, 00 ,,
Convict Guard, 9th Sept., 1885, to 30th June, 1886, 60 ,,
Medical Officer, 12 months to 30th June, 1886, 20 „
Constable at Wellington, 12 months to 30th .line, 1886, 60 ,,
Vote No. 30.—Police and Gaols, Cowichan.
Constable, S. P. Island, 12 months to 30th June,.1886, <& $50 * in.
do.       Cowichan,        do. do. 60   ,,
do.       Chemainus,     do. do. 60   ,,
Vote No. ill.—Police and Gaols, Comox.
Constable, 12 months to 30th June, 1886, @ U50 V ill.
Vote No. 32.—Police and Gaols, Lillooet District.
Government Agent, Clinton, 12 mos. to 30th June, 1886,     @ $126 l' m,
Constable and Collector, Lillooet, 12 mos. to 30th June, 1886,     100   ,,
do. 150-Mile House, 2 in. toSOth June,'86, 125   ,,
Vote No. 88.—Police and Gaols, Vancouver Island.
Stipendiary Magistrate, 12 months to 30th June, 1886,        @ 1125 V m
Vote No. 33a.—Police and Gaols, Similkameen.
Gold Commissioner and S. M., 7 mos. to 30th June, 18S6, @ 8166 66 $ m.
Constable, Granite Ck., 23rd Sept., 1S85, to 30th June, 1886,   85 00    „
IV-LEGISLATION.
Vote No. 34.—Indemnity to Members.
Sessional allowance, 25 members, @ #400 each
Vote No. 35— Mileage.
From and to place of residence	
Vote No. 36.—Registration of Voters.
Hent of room for holding Court of Revision 	
Carried forward
120 00
3,020 00 41,621 39
1,500 00
120 00
600 00
960 00
1,320 00
960 00
6,200 00
2,280 00
625 00
070 00
960 00
20 83
960 00
3,235 83
1,600 00
480 00
1,980 Oil
1,200 00
1,080 00
1,020 00
69 35
52 00
890 00
720 00
584 00
240 00
720 00
0,576 00
600 00
720 00
720 00
2,040 00
600 00
1,500 00
1,200 00
250 OO
2,350 00
1,500 00
1,166 63
787 67
1,954 30
70,937 52
10,000 00
2,736 00
5 00
12.741 00 50 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
37
TO WHOM PAID.
FOB WHAT SERVICE.
J T Howard	
J Wetter	
W Deasv	
J Weiler	
L Hall	
F L Tuckfield .. ..
" Evening Post" ..
" Evening Times "
FC Marshall	
C F Moore	
T Fell	
Fell & Oo  	
M & H A Fox ....
.T B Ferguson  	
Munroe Miller	
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.     "
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do	
W McDowell	
Welch, Rithet, & Co ....
Customs, Victoria 	
Do. 	
Welch, Rithet, & Co ....
Palmer & Rey	
Do, 	
Bank of B C	
Wells, Fargo, & Co 	
Albion Iron Works	
Do. 	
Victoria Transfer Co ....
Victoria Truck & Dray Co
C Morton  	
T N Hibben & Co   	
M W Waitt &Co	
J B Feig'iison & Co	
B C Printing & S Co ....
M Miller	
Marder, Luse, & Co   	
Marvin & Tilton	
A Buckley	
E B Marvin  	
Langley & Co  	
Shears & Page	
A Ofner	
Mrs A Holmes	
J Bland	
J Exersley	
R J Styles	
J Maynard    	
Neufelder & Ross .
A Gregory	
W H Vianen	
Jno Johnson	
R Dickinson	
Martha Harvey . ..
Kelly Bros	
J M Wise.
Brought forward	
IV.-LEGISLATION.-CWkladed.
Vote No. 38.—Contingent Fund, Telegrams, &c.
Carriage for Naval Officers at opening Legislative Assembly	
Hire of 150 chairs at opening' and closing of do. 	
Allowance for services as assistant messenger 	
Crockery and cutlery	
3 copies " Colonist" for Legislative Assembly during session	
3 copies " Standard" do. do. 	
2 copies do. do.      .     	
2 copies do. do.
Services as secretary to Select Committee on Lands, 1 day	
Do. do. 2 days @ $2 50 $ d,
Supplies, &c, during session, per ag'reement, $200 ; washing towels, $4
Soap, dusters, oil, etc	
Knives for Assembly Room	
Paid for telegram for Speaker	
Vote No. 89.—Journals and Statutes Binding.
Binding ;*)<> vols. Statutes, 1S85	
,,    ■ 237 „ 1878, 1879, 1880, 1881, 1882 	
,, 3 ,, and 75 Law Reports	
,,       224 Sessional Papers, 1885   	
,,       975 School Reports, 200 Asylum Reports, &c	
,,       210 vols. Public Accounts	
,,       284 Reports Minister of Mines, $10; 945 Bowman's Rep'ts
,,       2,000 copies Land Act	
„        228 vols. Journals, 1886	
,,       600 vols. Statutes, $157 50; folding and stitching' 6,264 copies
loose Statutes, $62 64	
25
V .-PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).
Vote No. 40.—Printing Office, Victoria.
Drayage of printing material	
Freight on ,, from San Francisco	
Duty on ,,	
,,        printing press	
Freight on ,, from San Francisco	
Cottrell printing press '	
Type, Sac., and insurance	
Exchange on draft in favor of Palmer & Rey 	
Duty and charges on printing material	
Engine and boiler and fitting up same	
Testing boiler and sharpening paper cutter	
Drayage on machinery	
Drayage on engine from Albion Iron Works.	
Paper '.	
„     $457 10 ; type, and roller composition, $81	
Roller composition, $19 20 ; making rollers, $44 ; paper, $47	
Printing ink	
Belting, etc	
Adjusting new printing press	
Cotton waste	
Brush    	
Needles, thread, and sheeting'	
Soap, matches, broom, etc	
Washing towels, one year to 31st December, 1885	
Expressage on parcels	
Vote No. 41.—Asylum for the Insane, New Westminster.
Provisions.
Groceries, 12 months to 30th June, 1886	
Fish, 9 months to 31st March, 1886	
„     3       „ 30th June,     „ 	
Milk, 12    „ „ 	
Meat and vegetables, 12 months to 30th June	
Bread, July, 1885    	
,       11 months to 30th June, 1886	
Fuel.
Coal and wood, 12 months to 30th June, 1886	
Carried forward	
1 00
5 25
118 60
257 60
5 00
30 00
100 oo
17 50
7 50
7 50
5 00
4 5C
2 5C
5 0C
204 00
13 25
40 75
1 50
277 00
165 9C
14 25
363 60
70 25
10 OC
38 25
40 0C
68 40
220 14
1 00
6 55
149 10
330 00
49 10
1,300 00
775 15
9 77
20 25
855 00
14 50
7 50
1 50
26 00
706 25
538 10
346 50
26 00
110 20
10 00
37 21
7 50
25
1 25
5 45
12 62
12 00
25
1 00
50
6 00
1,514 00
78 00
26 25
411 12
1,636 29
65 10
670 20
12,741 00
1,267 79
14,452 79
795 20
16,562 66 38
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
D 8 Curtis & Co .
W J Jeffree	
Jas Rousseau	
J Ellard & Co	
Jas Cunningham	
Wm Rae	
R Law	
Arlington Hotel	
James Wise	
CPNCo	
Jas O'Halloran	
Patrick Collins	
Kelly Bros	
CPNCo   	
do	
R Campbell 	
W H Christopher	
CPNCo	
do	
J T Edwards	
J Brand ,	
J Kirkup	
CP R	
H Neal	
J D Campbell  	
CPNCo	
J Hook & Co	
R Campbell 	
J Hawton	
CPNCo	
do	
J Oorrigan	
O Johnston	
Horrell & Ckinn	
J Sprole 	
J Bromley	
Clarke & Williams	
D McBroom	
P Wilcoks	
O N Trew, M D	
L R Mclnnes, MD	
J C Davie, M D	
D McLean, M D	
J K Simpson, MD....
H E Langis,  MD	
— Clarke, M D   	
LT DavisM D	
J Garrow, M D	
J E Lord	
L Grimmer	
TR Pearson & Co	
Postmaster, New West
Chas L Hanson	
Kelly Bros	
H Neal	
D McPhaden	
J Cunningham & Co ..
Ah Qui	
W J Sutton	
Langley & Co	
C P N Co	
E G Prior	
Brought forward	
V.—PUBLIC  INSTITUTIONS (MAINTENANCE).—Concluded
Vote No. 41.—Asylum for the Insane.—Concluded.
Medicines.
Medicines, etc., 12 months to 30th June, 1886	
Clothing.
Sundry clothing, 12 months to 30th June, 1886 ,	
3 pairs shoes	
Calico, gingham, ticking, etc	
Furniture.
Sundry cooking utensils, etc	
7 lamps	
Stove grate, and bars for range	
Transport of Lunatics and  Keepers.
Meals and bed for Cons. McNeil with lunatic at New Westminster	
Conveyance of lunatics Dusnap and Fraser to Asylum	
Passage, meals and room for Cons. McNeil and lunatics to New Westminster, and return of Constable	
Conveyance of lunatic Tewk Yung to Asylum	
Do. Mar Low do. 	
Do.     4 lunatics to Asylum, sundry times	
Sundry passages, etc., for Con. McNeil and lunatics	
Passage and meals for Constable Campbell and lunatic Perry	
Meals and bed for Constable Campbell at New Westminster	
2 days' services conveying lunatic to N. W., including passage	
Passage, etc., for Con. Campbell and lunatic to N. W.,and return of Con.
Meals, etc., do. returning from New Westminster	
Meals for Constable Kirkup and lunatic at Kamloops	
Do. do. do. Griffin Lake	
Meal for do. at New Westminster    	
Fare of do. and lunatic, Farwell to Hammond	
Conveying lunatics to Asylum, sundry times	
Paid for meals and bed on steamer Princess Louise	
Passage, etc., for Constable Campbell and lunatic to New Westminster,
and return of Constable	
Board for lunatic Cochran at Granite Creek	
Meals and bed for Constable Campbell at New Westminster 	
Taking charge of lunatic McKean to New Westminster,    2 days @ $2 50
Passage, etc., for Con. Hawton and lunatic to N.W., and ret'n of constable
Do. Keeper McBeth and lunatic Cocking, Hope to N. W.
Meals do. do. at Hope	
Do.                                     do.                           do.                 14-Mile House.
Do.  and horsehire,      do.                         do.               GraniteC.toHope
Do.                                  do.                         do.               Summit House
Do.                                     do.                           do.                5-Mile House..
Do. do. do. Cedar Flat	
Capturing escaped lunatic and conveying him to gaol	
Conveying lunatic to Asylum	
Miscellaneous.
Examining 9 persons as to their sanity, @ $5 each
Do.        4 do. 5
Do 6 do. 5
Do.        4 do. 5
Do.       2 do. 5
Do.       1 do. 	
Do.       1 do. 	
Do.       1 do. 	
Do.       1 do. 	
Funeral expenses of 5 lunatics	
Painting and lettering- notice board	
Postage stamps, $10 ; football, #6	
Rent of Post Office drawer for one year to 30th June, 1886	
Shrubs for Asylum grounds	
Drayage on shrubs	
do.        shingles and roller to Asylum	
Grass seed for Asylum grounds	
Do. do. 	
Interpreting for Chinese patient	
Vote No. 41a.—Assay Office.
Assayer's scales and apparatus	
Sundry, chemicals, etc	
Freight on 7 packages acid, New Westminster to Alctoria	
Grate, fuel, and sundry apparatus	
Carried forwurd	
257 60
262 60
15,562 66
384 66
7 50
• 30 92
112 45
' 20 00
4 50
3 00
3 00
23 00
1 00
1 00
7 50
51 00
11 00
1 50
10 60
t3 50
1 50
1 00
1 00
50
56 00
3 50
1 50
12 00
4 00
1 50
5 00
13 50
10 00
2 00
2 00
21 00
1 50
1 00
1 00
2 00
1 00
45 00
20 00
30 00
20 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
4 00
6 00
75 00
4 50
16 00
6 00
39 80
50
1 00
6 20
1 63
2 00
200 00
91 59
7 00
92 25
390 84
14,191 10 50 VlC.
Public Accounts,  1st July,  1885, to 30tb June, 1886.
39
WC Ward..
Robt Ward .
W H Keary.
Jas Stone.
Jas Harvey.
D Smith
W W Spinks.
E H Jones., .
Brought forward   .
VL-HOSPITALS AND CHARITIES.
Vote No. 42.—Hospital, Victoria.
Annual grant in aid	
Vote No. 48.—Hospital, New Westminster.
Annual grant in aid	
Vote No. 44.—Hospital, Cariboo.
Annual grant in aid	
Vote No. 45.—Hospital, Nanaimo.
I Annual grant in aid	
Vote No. 46.—Hospital, Kamloops.
| Portion annual grant in aid 	
Vote No. 48.—Iii aid of Destitute Poor and Sick.
J D Johnson	
James Dowdy 	
John Hardison 	
John Kelly	
Louis Belanger	
Mary Nolan ...
J Stark    	
Emma Russell	
E McDonald	
W O'Neil	
S E Brown	
CPN Co	
H B Roycraft  	
W W Walkem, M D .
Do.
John Chipp, M D ...
D Cluness, MD	
Robt Johnston	
E W Millington	
J McCutcheon	
WBest ■	
Annie Cochrane
M S Wade, M D.
R Ward (Treasurer).
Adolph Baker	
Wm Archer  	
L Odell  	
Henry Van Buskirk
Thos Ward	
R Lambrick ......
Robert Stewart	
E Olson    	
A Moss	
D O'Ray  	
J J Kane	
Jas Gordon	
G H Johnston	
T Montgomery	
J L Johnston	
Pay List	
M B McKana	
Agnes West   	
Mary E Brown —
Frank Fane 	
John H Harris 	
Grant in aid	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do	
Do. 	
Assisting him to proceed to Portland	
Passage, &c, for Mrs. Boyce and children, Victoria to Yale	
Paid for clothing and valise,      do. 	
Attendance on D. Dunbar at Chemainus	
do. Black at Island Railway	
do. C. Boorman at Goldstream	
do. W. Lewis at Departure Bay	
Taking care of W. P. Foster on Annacis Island, 15 days at SI	
Conveying a man from Goldstream to St. Joseph's Hospital	
do.       J. Blanchard from Departure Bay to Nanaimo Hospital...
Washing blankets for R. Pinder	
Rent of room, 1 month, for two stck men at Granite Creek	
Vote No. 49.—In aid of Resident Physician at Clinton.
Annual grant	
Vote No. 50.—Convalescent Home, Victoria.
Grant in aid	
Vote No. 50a.—In Aid of B. 0. Benevolent Society.
Grant in aid	
VIT.-ADMrNLSTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).
Vote No. Hi.—Summoning & paying Jurors & Witnesses.
Do.
Carey,
4 days (ffi $3,
mileage
8 6
Do.
do.
«     „
3;
do.
15
Do.
do.
7     „
3;
do.
27
Do.
do.
7     „
3;
do.
27
Do.   .
M. Bouses,
4      „
3;
do.
6
Do.   *
Collins,
4     ,
3;
do.
9
Do.
do.
12     „
3;
do.
36
Do.
Sullivan,
4     ,.
3;
do.
6.60
Do.
Lukes,
4     „
3;
do.
6
Do.
do.
5      „
3;
do.
10.60
^arr
Do.
do.
7     „
3;
do.
27
Do.
do.
1     ,■
3;
do.
27
Do.
Curtis & Gillard
7     „
3;
do.
27
Witness fee, Re<
ina v
Finn,
6 davs
(ft- $3;
expenses
826
Do.
do.
12     ,,
3;
,,
27
Do.
do.
12      ,,
3;
,,
27
Do.
Gillard,
4      ,,
3;
,,
26
Do.
do.
2      „
3;
»
4
5,000 on
4,500 00
4,000 00
2,600 00
1,000 00
10 00
70 00
50 00
30 00
26 00
15 00
3 00
25 00
20 00
50 00
15 00
9 00
5 25
25 00
10 00
12 50
15 00
15 00
5 00
2 00
1 25
10 00
760 00
1,000 00
260 00
19,423 00
2 50
18 00
33 00
48 00
48 00
18 00
21 00
72 00
18 60
18 00
26 50
8 00
48 00
48 00
48 00
164 00
44 00
63 00
63 00
38 00
10 00
262 60
851 60 Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
8   cts.
Brough t forward
VII—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).—Continued.;
Vote No.-51—Summoning & paying Jurors & Witnesses
Continued
Wm Archer	
Jas Day	
Thos MeGuigan	
John L Johnston	
Pay List 	
T Kelly 	
Geo Wilsoai	
H W Hyde 	
M Fitzpatricfe	
May Stewart 	
Wm Old 	
James Wilson	
J F Alloway	
Alfred Owens	
H E Sturt 	
O J Grain, MD	
John Moore	
Pay List 	
John Moffin	
Mrs Allard 	
W F Freeman 	
Jno Lowther 	
Jas Reid	
A Mclnnes 	
Louis Campbell	
Indian Johnnv	
WW Walkem, M D	
I-I 0 Richardson 	
Pacific Coast St'mship Co
John Miles 	
J L Weitman, M D	
Peter Johnson	
Jas Gillies	
Burton Wilson  	
Henry Anderson	
L M Carter	
G Pittcndrigh, J P	
W D Ferris, J P	
Henry WToods	
Jas J Alexander	
Frank Edwards	
Indian Louis	
Do.   William	
Do.   Charlie	
Do.   Gabriel	
John McDonald  	
Wm McLeod 	
John Clair 	
S J Tunstall, M D	
Wo Yune	
Pay List 	
Do	
Wm Michell	
Rafael Yolunzula	
F Hussey    	
F Curran	
Chas II Valpey 	
M Bate, J P	
Geo Morrison, J P	
Alex McLean, .IP	
D H McNeill  	
D Flannery 	
Indian Jake	
W H Woodcock   	
Sam Matthews	
H Burns	
John Williams 	
Thos McDonald	
StrIdaho	
John Moore	
Str Amelia	
P Grinder	
H McGregor	
Nelson Hanes	
Indian Jim	
R Dickinson, J P	
Pay List 	
Frank Gammas	
Francis Alvarez	
Witness fee, Regina o. Finn,
Do. Gillard, et al.,
Do. do.
Do. do.
Jurors, Assize at Farwell	
Witness fee, Regina w. Kane,
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. do.
Do. Chinaman,
5 days @ $3 ;   expenses,
3      „ 3    	
3 days <g 83 ; expenses, 810 50
8      „ 3; „ 27
8 days @ 83 ; expenses, 813.50
Do.
Do.
Do.
do.
do.
do.
Mapping plans of house and premises as evidence, Regina v. Thomas
Witness fee, Regina r. Brown, 3 days @ 84 ; mileage, 81.50
Services rendered at Sitka obtaining evidence, re death of Burgh
Jurors at Richfield, September Assize
Regina y. Humphreys,
do.
do.
Mow Sow,
do.
Clark .. ,
8 days @ 83 ; mileage, 827.3<
8 ,, 3; „ 13.65
8      „ 3;        ,, 13.65
5      „ 3; 18
5      „ 3;        ,, 18
Witness fee
Do,
Do.
Do.
Do
Serving summons on A
Witness fee, Regina v. Cheetah ...
Conveying letter to Constable Hull
Medical evidence. Regina y. Shea ..
Witness fee, Regina v. Wilson, et al
Passage of J. Moore, Victoria to Alaska, and return with T. Matthews,
Regina v. Proctor	
Expenses incurred serving summonses, Regina n. Malott
Witness fee, Regina v. Malott, 23 days @ 84 ; expenses, S60
Do. do. 30     „ 3
Do. do. 30     „ 3
Do. do. 30     „ 3
Board for witnesses, Regina v. Sproule	
Passage of Constable Anderson obtaining witnesses, Regina v. Sproule
Drafting jurors, New Westminster	
Do. do. 	
Services as deputy sheriff at Kamloops Assizes, 5 days @ 83
Serving subpeenas, Regina v. Everson, Eagle Pass	
Witness fee, Regina v. Tung Sung, et al., 8 days <<| .82 ; expenses, 822.50
Serving summons, Regina v. Lyons	
Witness fee, Regina y. Antone, 2 days @ -81-50
07.50
45
45
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
1.!
1.50
2.50 ;
2.50;
2.50
4.00
1.00 ;
mileage, 836.50 . .
36.50..
expenses, 813,
lh,
Do
Do
Do
no
Do,
Do. Chin Lee, 4
Jurors at, Kamloops, October Assize
Do.       Clinton, September Assize	
Serving Subpoenas, Regina );. Ah Tye, et. al
Allowance for travelling from Spence's Bridge to Vic., Regina v. Ah Tom
Do.                                           do.                                       do.
Witness fee, Regina v. Hannah, 2 days @ 82, expenses, 82	
Do. do. do. do. 	
Selector of Jurors, Nanaimo	
Do. Victoria, Fall Assize	
Do. do. do.        	
Expenses incurred searching for Indian witness	
Board at Juneau for Spec. Con. Moore search'g for witness Reg v. Proctor
Canoe hire for Spec. Con. Moore searching for witness Regina v. Proctor
Board, do. do. do.
Services as witness from Juneau, 26 days @ 83, Regina o Procter
Services going to Tacoma for witnesses, 3 days @ 82.50, do.
Witness fee, do.
Purchase of watch at Tacoma as evidence, do.
Passage of Special Constable Moore, Wrangle to Victoria,       do.
Procuring evidence at Wrangle, 37 days @ 82.50, less $20 advanced...
Passages and meals for witnesses to and from Victoria	
Serving Summons for Supreme Court, Clinton	
Do. do. do. 	
Do. do. do. 	
Serving summons, Regina o. Alexis	
Services as selector of Jurors, New Westminster, 3 days @ 85	
Jurors at New Westminster, November Assize.	
Witness fee, Regina v. Wilson, 2 days @ 82	
Do. Ainora & Causa, 4 days @ $2	
Carried forward.
262 00
262 60
851
19 00
9 00i
3 00
3 00
26 00
19 50]
51 001
3 00
3 00
37 50
6 00
6 00
6 00
6 00
4 00
13 50
20 00
58 05:
51 30
37 65
37 65
33 00
33 00
6 00
3 00
3 00
4 00
2 00
150 00
14 85
152 00
157 50
135 00
135 00
20 00
7 00
5 00
5 00
15 00
18 00
38 50
3 00
3 00
3 00
a oo
51 50
51 50
7 50
8 00
17 00
376 05
196 55
26 60
49 00
59 00
6 00
6 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
3 00
10 00
3 75
16 00
78 00
7 50
6 00
25 00
3« 00
72 50
16 50
2 00
2 00
3 00
2 00
15 00
356 80
4 00
8 00
3,751 26 30 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
4]
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION  OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
$AL&B,m&).~Contimied.
\ Vote No. .5/.—Summoning & paging Jurors & Witnesses,
Continued.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Frank Gammas	
Charlie Ross	
H 0 Richardson ...
Wm A Brown	
Chas Stark	
Zach Smith	
L R Mclnnes, M D .
C N Trew, Ml) ....
Wm Herring  	
Frank Passing-ham
Indian Joe	
do.    Jacob 	
Dominick ...
Dick	
Agnes 	
Madeline....
Peter	
Tommy	
John Gray	
Jas Fitzgerald	
Geo Hutchison  ....
Geo McRenzie	
Lee Wah	
Nig Wong	
Frank Gammas
C Alexander	
G Phillips	
Zach Smith	
Abraham Larway ..
Frank Forest	
P McTiernan 	
Josephine	
Indian Charlie	
Do.   Moody	
Geo Penny	
Indian George	
Wm Hogan.. ,	
Mary Brazle	
Indian Annie	
S Hilton   	
I Witness fee, Regina v. Amora & Causa, 4 days
John M Spinks ...
H S Booth   	
Str Amelia	
P C Steamship Co.
D W Mainguy	
John McLennan 	
do.
Henry Wood	
Donald McLean   ....
R Bordinet	
Wm Wallace   	
John Clair	
E Cannell 	
Pay List 	
E B McKay	
Andrew Olsen	
LT Davis,  MD...   .
Jas Harvev, J P	
M Bate, J P	
Jos Webb 	
Pay List   ,
Levi Morris	
Geo Bovvden	
Emma Morris	
Geo Simmonds	
Thos Eva  	
Jesse Sage	
Johanna Thomas
Daniel Cluness, M D
Peter Sabiston   	
Louis Shickluna	
Thos Williamson
Samuel Lewis..;	
Chas Rhodes	
Geo Riley 	
B Baker	
Norman Smith	
I John Johnson	
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do.                  (i days @ £2, expenses, S47 .
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2,
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$2.
O'Connor, 3 days <g> 82 .
do. 3     „       2	
do. 3      „       2	
Lee Wai Leong, 4 davs @ 81; expenses, 812.
do. 4     ,, 1;        ., 12.
Wong Hie	
do. 2 davs @ 82	
do. 2    „' 2	
do. 3    „ 2	
do. 2    „ 2:	
do. 2    ,, 2	
do. 3    „ 2	
do. 1    ,, 1	
do. 2    „ 1	
do. 3   „ 1	
do. 3   „ 2 	
do. 2   ,, 1 	
do. 3   „ 2	
do. 2    ,, 2  	
do. 3    ,, 1	
Carriage hire for Officer Hussey to Goldstream after witnesses, Regina
v. Le Clair, et al i
Witness fee, Regina v. Greer,     4 days @ 82	
Do. Thomas,20   ,, 3, expenses, 8158	
Passages & meals for Officer McNeill and Indian witness from Salmon R.
Passage of witness Matthews, Victoria to Juneau, Regina y. Proctor....
Serving summons on witness and searching for Indian witnesses, including horse hire, etc	
Passage and meals, Victoria to Comox, Regina v. Proctor	
Witness fee, Regina v. Proctor, 31 days @ 82	
Acting as Deputy Registrar and Sheriff, Regina y. Malott 2 days c  $5
Summoning- witnesses, Regina v. Antoine i
Meals for witnesses at Shuswap, Regina v. Kelly 	
Do. do. Salmon Arm, do.        	
Witness fee, Regina y. Antoine	
Meals for jury and officer in charge, Regina v. Antoine	
Jurors at Kamloops Assize	
Plan and chart of ground, Regina v. Riley	
Witness fee, Regina v. Houlan :
Medical evidence, Regina v. Ah Hung	
Selector of Jurors, Nanaimo Assize, 2 days (a1 $5
Do. do. do. 1    „\ 5
Meals for jurors at Nanaimo, 4 days	
Jurors, Nanaimo Assize	
Witness fee, Regina v. Thomas, 4 days <j> -82,. ..
Do. do. do.        	
Witness^ee, Regina v. Thomas, 1 days
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4 days @ 84.
Choak, 1 day @ 82.
Adair, 4 days @ 82, expenses,
do. 4 „ 2,
do. 8 ,, 2,
do. 4 „ 2,
do. 4 „ 2,
Johnson, 3 days @ 82
do. ' do.
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3 .:.
11.60.
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8 00
8 00
8 00
8 00
16 00
2 00
10 00
11 00
27 50
10 00
10 00
6 00
6 00
6 00
5,087 42
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
8   cts.
8   cts.
*   cts.
1
262 60      5,087 90
6 00
6 00
6 00
VII.-ADMINJSTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER  THAN
SALARIES).— Contin uerl.
Vote No. SI.—Summoning & paging .Jurors *t Witnesses.
Continued.
Geo Montgomery	
9
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Do.                          Moise Tselkenum, 4 days (a 82, expenses 83....
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Bill	
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L T Davis, M D 	
Sam Sing  	
Do.                          G. Hannah, 6^ davs @ 82, steamer fare 82	
Do.                     do.                                do.                     do	
Do.                          Causa & Armora, 5 davs @ 82, expenses $2	
Assist. Con. McNeill procuring witnesses, Reg. o. Kayoos, 24 dys. @ 81.50
Passage, etc.,   do.    & witnesses, Victoria to Nanaimo, & return of Con.
Procuring witnesses at Puget Sound, Reg. y. S'ufferin, 5 days @ $2.50,
Chas H Valpey 	
Chas Neill	
Indian Nanehett	
Str "Amelia"	
D H McNeill	
Expenses bringing witnesses in Kamaltb case from Cape Mudge........
R T Cliffe	
Assisting Con. McNeill summoning witnesses at Cape Mudge, 6 d @ 82.50
E B Shuck 	
Advance at Kootenav for expenses as witness, Regina v. Sproule	
W Brennan	
Witness fee, Regina v. McKenna and O'Hara,                 $5 ; mileage, 824
Do.             - __          do.                                             3;        do.      12
Do.                             do.                  do.                      5;         do.     24
Do.                             do.                                            3;         do.      12
Freight on hand-car, Kamloops to Eagle Pass, used for conv. of witness
Str "Kamloops".'	
Passage of Cons. Alexander and special, Kamloops to Eagle Pass	
W L LeBallister	
H McAdie	
R Nightingale   	
R Chappie	
C N Trew, M D	
Do.                       Choak,                        1 day @*2 ; mileage, 81.20
Do.                             do.                              1      do.     2 ;       do.        2.10
Jno McKay	
do      	
W H Holmes	
Witness fee, Regina v. Langon. 9 davs (n 83, 827 ;  mileage, S30     .....
Do.                             do.       9   „           3   27;       do.       30
Do.                                do.        9    „            3    27;       do.        30
Do.                                do.        9    „            3    27 ;        do.        30
Do.                             Hoyt,      2    „            2     4;       do.          4.50
Do.                                do.        2    „            2      4;        do.          4.50
Professional evidence, Everson, 5   ,,           4   20 ; expenses, 31
Witness fee,                     do.     22   „           3   66;       do.       60
Do.                                do.        7    „            2    14 ;        do.        46
G H Rashdall	
H H D Shuttleworth....
J L Weitman, M D	
G Baillie	
W Mitchell	
S M Nelson	
Hire of team for conveyance of Magistrate and witness to Court Hotise,
H B Roycraft  	
J B Smith	
Do.                             do,       4   ,,           2   8;         do.         7	
Do.                             do.       4   „           14;         do.         8........
Do.                             do,       6   „           16;         do.       13	
Do.                            Elliott     4    ,,            1    4    	
Ella White	
Ah  Tin	
Do.                                do.        4    ,,            14  	
Do.                                do.        4    ,,            1        	
T McRae	
F S Peter 	
Do.                         McEwen  2   ,,           2   4           	
262 SO
6,542 15 50 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July. 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
43
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
S   cts.
C Pagden.
E Brav ...
do * ...
\V Jackson, M D 	
W Kirkwood	
M Young 	
W Meyer	
C Williams	
W Stuart	
Minnie Parker	
Alice Parker	
Mary Parker	
W Ryan	
AM Taylor, MD	
W White	
T Thompson	
M Young	
Steitz Bros	
JT Porter (Queen's Hotel)
Briggs & Gray	
do	
J Hope Johnston	
C S Smith	
P R Manning	
J D Wooden	
Ed Shuck	
Spcnce Smith	
Jesse Hunley	
Adam Wolf	
Charles Wolf	
Jas Tallyrand	
Gay Reeder	
Chas Molsen	
John Stevens •■
Victoria Transfer Co ....
J Henderson 	
Western Hotel	
A McDonald	
J Berryman	
F Carne 	
H Anderson	
H Baldwin   	
R Fry	
D McLaughlin	
Col Jas Baker	
Indian Simplein	
NPRR	
do       	
W C Gray	
Kootenav M & S Co	
W McKeon & Son	
NPRR	
H Anderson	
M C Murhagh	
N Velnoweth	
Jno Duncan	
P McTiernan	
N Fitzstubbs	
R J Rickman	
J S Marmion	
J M Spinks	
L P Eckstein	
Ah Fook	
E Johnson  	
Ah Hock 	
Ah Ling	
N H Whittaker	
Gong Fook 	
Ah Duck	
Wong Ah Soong	
Ah Loi	
H Burns 	
W Seeley	
Jno Moore	
E Gloechler	
J Lowinstein ....  .	
Alice Howe	
G L Howe	
Michael Hornan	
Brought forward,
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES). —Continued,
Vote No. 81,—Summoning & paying Jarors *fc Witnesses.
Continued.
Witness fee, Regina v. Emery, 3 days, (j* $2	
Expenses incurred securing witness, Regina v. Sproule	
Advance to  Indian  Joe,  witness,  Regina  V.  Sproule, for expences,
Kootenay to Victoria	
Professional evidence, Regina v. Clayton, 3 days @ $4	
Witness fees, Regina v. Hampton,   " 2 d, @§2, §4 ; mileage, Si.50
Do
Do,
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Do.
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Professional evidence
Witness fee,
Do.
Meals for Jurors.
Do.
Board and private room for Jury
Room for Jury and officers in charge,
Littleton,
Morris, 3
Proctor, 8
Sundry cases, 8
LeClair & Marwick, 2
do. 2
do. 2
Robson, 8
Nyan Shee Ying,
Smith,
do.
Greer	
Mah Ku, and Regina v. Sproule	
do	
do.    8 nights
6
mileage, ^1.25
do. 1.25
do.        1.25
)W.
Do. do. Greer
Witness fee, Regina v. Sproule, 44 days @ 8-3, 8172 ; expenses, §262.50
Expenses incurred at Puget S. seek. J. E'ritchard, wit., Reg. v. Sproule
do.
33    „
3
99;
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863; travel, expenses, 8 83.80
do. 122.00
do. 131.76
do. 77.80
do. 77.80
do. 66.00
do. 66.00
do. 77,
do. 86.80
do. 147.30
Witness fee, Reg. c. Sproule, 21 d. id 83 =
Do.
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Do.
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Meals and beds for Cons. Anderson and witnesses, Reg. y. Sproul-
Hire of omnibus for witnesses, do.
Meals, bed, etc., do. do.
Board and lodging for two witnesses, do.
do. Wooden, witness. do.
Board and lodging for four witnesses, Reg. y. Sproule ....
Do. five do. do	
Sundr.\ expenses incurred bring, witnesses, Reg. y. Sproule, to Victoria
Meals and beds for Con. Anderson,     do. do. at S. Point
Do. do. do. Bonner's F,
Keep of Con.  Anderson's horse, searching for witness., Reg. y. Sproule
Supplies, etc., do. do. do.
Services with canoe conveying Con. Anderson, do.
Fare of Con. Anderson, Sand Point to Cheney and return,       do.
Telegrams from    do. do.
Meals, etc., do.       at Spokane, do.
Fare, do.       Kootenay to Bonner's Ferry, do.
Board and lodging for Cons. Anderson, witness, do.
Fare, Spokane to Victoria,       do. do. do.
Expenses of Con. Anderson, en route to Victoria with witness, do.
Board for do. at Cheney searching for witnesses do.
Witness fee Reg
do.
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Mah Kee,
do.
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Proctor,
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York,
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Thayer,
30 d. @ !
35
4
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4
5
7
4
6
1
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5
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travel, exp.,
do.
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I 79.60
112.60
8.00
12.00
17.60
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1, mileage, 81.50 .
2 do. 1.50 .
2	
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88 00
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Public Accounts, 1st July,  1885, to 30th June, 1886.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
J S Cowie	
J W Sinclair	
C M Beak	
H Millington	
W Irvine 	
II Sullivan	
Miles Simpson .. .
J K Worsfold....
Bernard Wrede..
H Kribbs	
F Lindin	
P L Carroll	
W Hogan	
T Dougherty	
Hing Yuen	
Ah Young.....   .
G W Dillon	
Jas Qiiinn	
W J Burnes	
Ah Sue	
Kwong Yee	
C Schoepler	
Myer Bechtel....
J Bechtel 	
J G Cameron ....
A McNeill	
Dan O'Leary	
D Jones 	
E A Praeger M D.
G R Milne M D ..
S Fraser	
Cyrus Hardy ....
F Van Hoorst
H F Sieward	
A B Mclntyre   . .
W O'Rourke	
C Morton	
Ah Wing	
Wong Fong Yap.
J Williams    	
W Martin	
W McKinnon	
A M Robertson . .
Ah Mai	
Pay List	
H B Roycraft	
J T Edwards	
Str " Princess Louise '
Luke Pither	
W McKcon & Son
do.
J McAuley	
J Bvrnes	
CPR	
J Brand	
J T Edwards 	
B F Bover	
GTuttle	
Jno Stone	
J Brand 	
J Dolan 	
C Gallagher	
Bayley & Legg	
W Cowan	
Ferguson & Browm...
J Davis	
J Dobinson	
R B Richardson
Indian George	
W W Walkem MD..
EC Parker	
A M Taylor, M D ...
Indian Poomsent ...
Ah Keep 	
Indian Coquilachan.
do.    Chilchoolia ..
Brought forward.
VU.-ADMINISTKATrON OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SAIABIES).—Continued.
Vote No. HJ.—Snnnnoning .i' paying .furor.'
Continued.
&   Witnesses.
Witness foe,
do.
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3 d. m *2
travel, exp , -S12.00
2; mileage, $1.50.
travel, exp.,   §5.50
do. 5.50
travel, exp.,   $2
do. 2.
travel, exp.,  ^1.50
Regina v. Thaver,
do.
Davev & Co.,
do.'
do.
do.
Flollowav.
do.
Clayton,
do.
' Ilayton & Smith.
Smith,
Mullan,
do.
Ah Hong,
do.
Lynar,
do.
do.
Chin Ah Mow,
do.
McEwen,
do.
do.
Nicholson,
do.
do.
Ah Moon,
do.
Marwick & LeClai
do.
Moon,
Nettleton,
do.
Emory,
Minor,
Townsend,
Nvan Shu Ying,
do.
Suveran,
Hendolu,
Kit Longi
do.
Mali Ying, 5    „       1	
Jurors, Victoria Fall Assizes 	
Paid for hack to convey witnesses to Court	
Board and lodging for Cons. Alexander and J. Duggon, witness, Regin
v. "Bulldog" Kelly	
Fares, etc., Hammond to Victoria, of Con. Kirkup and witnesses, Regina
v. " Bulldog " Kelly 	
Board and lodging for W. Macauley, witness,"Bulldog" Kelly
do. J. Macauley and J. Brynes, do.
do. J. Duggan, do.
Witness fee, 151 days (§ $2, $302 ; travelling expenses, 850,     do.
do.       190    .; 2,   380; do. 60,      do.
Fares for 6 witnesses, Farwell to Hammond, do.
Meals for 6 witnesses, at Griffin Lake, do.
do. do. Kamloops, do.
do. Con. Kirkup and 6 witnesses at Nicomin, do.
do. do. do Yale, do.
Board and lodging at Farwell, for A. Aldin, do.
Meals and bed for J. Duggan, do.
Labour, etc., on hand-car, convey,    do. do.
do. do. do. do.
Board and lodging for A. Aldin, do.
do. do.       at Farwell for 5 witnesses, do.
do. do. J. Macauley, do.
Witness fee, 3 days @ §1.50, $4.50 ; travelling expenses, $2, re murder
of Dring and Miller	
| Examination of Indian dog for evidence, re murder of Dring and Miller
Meals and beds for 3 witnesses, do. do.
Hire of team to convey witnesses to Cowichan,  do. do.
Professional evidence, do. do.
Hire of horse for Con. Parker, serving summons	
Professional evidence in Police Court, Regina u. Marwick and LeClair.
Witness fee, Regina v. Shapaltz, 2 days (cc $1	
do. do.       2    „ 1	
do. do.        2    „ 1	
do. do.       2   „ 1	
Carried forward.
6 00
22 00
8 00
8 00
8 00
9 50
2 00
2 00
8 00
42 00
18 00
16 00
19 50
19 50
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§    cts. 30 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
45
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
8   cts.
Brought forward.
13,606 55
W Riley	
And Enrico	
Indian Richard .
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Joe
Allan 	
Jim	
Tom	
Jimmy Sorrell.
E Pimbury	
T L Davis, M D	
G Morris	
W McN. Jones, M D ..
L S Vanderville.
H Perry	
J Parks	
W Larkin	
D McLeod 	
A McLean, J P	
TShotbolt, J P	
Indian John	
J McOabe 	
Lu Sing	
Ah Sing	
R Dickinson, J P	
G Pittendrigh, .IP....
C N Trew, M D	
J Musselwhite	
W R Lewis	
G Winter	
H Sheppard 	
OP J* Co	
Steamer Kamloops....
J R McDonnell 	
CPR	
A Clemis	
A Revesbech	
H Wood	
B F Gibbney	
E Rarnett	
M Landgreen   	
J J Wilson	
J Felix	
S Cunningham	
Ah Yet	
LRMcInnes, M D....
C Schaumann	
J H Isaac 	
Indian Sarah	
do.    Charlie	
do.    Cecile .   	
D McLeod	
L S Vanderville	
H Perry	
W M Campbell	
R Hughes	
A Merritt 	
C Marrion	
Pay List	
J Harvey, J P	
M Bate	
J Kirkup	
do	
M N Bechtel	
Luke Pither	
G Morrison, .IP	
A McLean, J P	
D H McNeill	
W Manning	
J Mitchell	
J Meagher	
J W Coffman	
H VanBuskirk	
B C Express Co	
J Gallagher	
W Walker	
W L Meason	
P Audap	
W Cargyle	
Ah Hup	
Indian Cheehalia	
VII.-ADM1N1STRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).-<-'o» «»»c<7.
Vote No. SI.—Summoning <£ paging Jurors & Witnesses
Continued.
Witness fee, Regina ». Shapalty, 2 days, ia) 33	
do. Ah Toon, including mileage	
do. do. do. 	
do. do. do. 	
do. do. do. 	
Serving summons on P. Audap, witness, Reg. y. Malott	
Witness fee, Reg. y. Ah Lin, including board allowance, 2 days @ 8'2. .
Do. do. do. 2       ,,       2. .
Do.     in Chinese opium case, 2 days @ $2 50	
Do. do. 2'    ' „       4 00	
Do.      Reg. y. Donahoe, 1 day	
Do.     Reg. y. Choak, 1 day (W §4 ; mileage, 31 80	
Do.     Reg. v. Ross, in Police Court, 2 days @ $2	
Do. do. do. 2       ,,       2	
Do. do. do. 1 day	
Do. do. do. 1 day '	
Do. do. do. 1 day	
Selecting jurors for Victoria assize, 4 days @ 35 	
Do. do. 4     ' „       5  	
Hire of canoe for Constable Kier in search of witness	
Witness fee, Reg. v. Young, including mileage 	
Do.     Reg. v. Ah Sue, 8 days @ |1, $8 ; travelling expenses, $2.
Do. do. do. do.
Selecting jurors for New Westminster Assizes	
Do. do.	
Witness fee, Reg. y. Ah Sue, 1 day	
Serving summonses on witnesses, Reg. v. Bowman	
Stage fares of Officer Moresby and witnesses, Reg. y. Alexis	
Conveying a witness in Reg. y. Sproule to Attorney-General's office ..
Serving subpoenas on witnesses at Victoria Spring Assize	
Fare, etc., Victoria to Hammond, of P. Johnson, witness Keg. v. Malott
Do.      Savona to Kamloops, do. do.
Meal and bed at Hammond for do. do.
Fare, Hammond to Savona, of do. do.
Meal at Spence's Bridge for do. do.
Meal at Yale for do. do.
Summoning jurors for Kamloops Assize	
Witness fee, Reg. v. Campbell, 1 day @ $3; travelling expenses, 84.25
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Reg.
Reg.
Reg.
Reg
3;
3;
2;
2   .
2
1
4
2;
2;
l;
1 ;
1 ;
travelling expenses, $2..
1. .
4..
„ 4..
2;
2;
2;
2;
2..
12..
12. .
12. .
12..
do.
do.
y. Isaac,
y. Kelly,
do.
do.
do.
do.
Isaac,
v. Dick,
do.
do.
Reg. v. Ross,
do.
do.
Reg. v. Bowman,   6
do. 6
do. 6
do. 0
Jurors, New Westminster Assize....
Selecting jurors for Nanaimo Assize	
Do. do	
Paid for adv'g at St. Paul for Johnson & Wilson, witnesses, Reg. v. Malott
Fares, etc., St. Paul to Victoria, for P. Johnson, do.
Board and lodging, do. do
Do. do. do
Selecting jurors for Victoria Spring Assize	
Do. do. 	
Paid for passage, etc., as witness, Regina v. Kanalth	
Witness fee, Reg. v. Malott, 9 days (3 $2.50; travelling expenses, 831.75
Do. do. 11       ,,      2.00; „ 36
Do. do. 10       ,,       2.00; 21
Do. do. 18       „       2.00; „ 14
Do. do. 1-2        „       2.00; „ 21
Serving summonses on jurors for Clinton Assize	
Do. do. 	
Meals and hire of horse for Sheriff Phair, serving summonses	
Witness fee, Reg. v. Potcatlix, 7 days («! 83 ; mileage, 323.40	
do.      Reg. v. Merritt, 1 day @ 33, 4 days @ 32 ; mileage, $51.10
do. do. 1      „     3; mileage, 85.40   	
do.      Reg. v. Sheepultz, 6 davs (w 81; mileage, $6...
do. do. 6       „       1;       „ 6       ..
Carried forward.
262 60
6 00
7 00
5 00
5 00
5 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
5 00
8 00
2 00
5 80
4 00
4 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
20 00
20 00
2 00
5 00
10 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
4 00
4 00
16 00
1 00
8 00
4 00
J 00
1 00
20 00
60
50
31 75
7 25
6 00
0 00
7 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
4 00
8 00
3 00
7 00
7 00
7 00
8 00
8 00
8 00
24 00
24 00
24 00
24 00
141 80
5 00
5 00
40 00
84 00
10 00
47 75
5 00
5 00
6 50
54 25
58 00
41 00
50 00
45 00
4 00
1 50
6 5C
44 4C
62 1C
8 4C
12 00
12 00
14,795 55 46
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
3   cts.
Indian Ooliqueoni	
do.    Posoncat	
Alice Scott	
W J Rilev	
Pay List	
C Phair	
Pay List	
J McLennan 	
Ah Sing	
Lee Sing	
Chin Joe	
Ven Gen	
C N Trew, M D	
And McCarthy	
J St Onge	
Indian Tommy	
do.    Jimmy Sorrell. .
H Hunter	
Mary Bulger	
H II D Shuttleworth.. .
Indian Santaleese	
do   Catherine	
James Wardle	
Thos Bulger	
T W Wirt*	
C Yates	
O G Dennis	
W J Home	
J Renwick	
W Delahay	
G Norris	
M Manson	
H McAdie	
D Cluness, M D	
R O'Brien, M D	
W McN Jones, M D....
E Pimbury	
E Van Houten	
R Scott ...   	
R Watkins	
S Grav	
Pay list	
S Ganner	
J Degnier	
W Oobmn	
W H Ballister	
P Nile	
R Williams	
M McKesson	
Pay list	
Indian Johnny Harper
do.    Fransera	
do.    Salsahan	
Harry Peat	
John Charters	
Jno Clapperton 	
L Giroward	
J Richardson	
B Lequime 	
S Crawford	
WO'Keefe	
H VanBuskirk	
J H Scoly	
Jno Meagher 	
J L Weitman, M D
J Brown	
P Johnson	
A McKay	
R Lambly	
T McK. Lambly 	
E J Offerhaus, M D ...
W L Jones 	
D L Jones	
R Smithson	
T J Bryden	
Jno Watkin	
S Tanner	
J Gillies	
Brought forward
VI1.-AD)I1\!STRATI0N  OF .IT.ISWE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).-('o»*;m ».W.
Vote No. .57.—Summoning & pagiug .furors »f- Witnesses,
Continued.
Witness fee, Reg. ft. Sheepultz 6 days @ 86; mileage, 36	
do. do. 6       ,,       1;       ,, 6	
do. Beg. V. Potcatlix, 6 ,, 3; travelling expenses, 316.8(
do. *  do. 6       „       3; 16.80
Jurors. Clinton Spring Assize.
Hire of horse for Sheriff Phair, summ'g jurors for Clinton Spring Assize
Jurors, Yale Assize	
Meals for Jurors, Yale Assize.
Witness fee, Reg.
io.
Sue,
do.
do.
do.
do.
Ah Sing,
do.
Ah Lin,
do.
All  Ching,
do.
do.
.lo.
do.
do.
Yates,
do.
do.
29 d. (ft 31, 829 ;
29
10
6
8
4
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Expenses, serving summons on Meagher, a witness, Reg
Witness fee, Regina )'. Donahoe, 1 day
trav. ex.,
do.
do.
do.
do.
16
16
16.50
3S.50
4;
4;
4;
4;
4;
4;
1 ;
1 ;
4;
4;
4 ;
2;
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
'do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
v. Malott
12
2.25
10.20
6.60
6.60
4.50
2.20
2.20
4.50
8.10
4.50
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Embleton.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
lo.
do	
do	
do	
do	
do	
2 days (it 34	
2       ,,       4; mileage, 83.60 (twice)..
1 dav	
do	
do.   32 ; mileage, 31.SO	
Board and lodging for Con, McNeill, witness, Regina v. Kanalth	
Meals for 6 witnesses, Regina v. Titamelut, at Chemainus	
Jurors, Nanaimo Assize	
Faro for Sheriff Drake to Wellington, summoning jurors *•.
Self and boat assisting Sheriff Drake at Gabriola Island, summon, jurors
Hire of horse and buggy for      do.      summoning jurors in Cedar Dist
do. do. Con. Stewart, do.        2 days	
Witness fee, Regina >;. Hill, 1 day	
do. do.    do	
Hire of horse for Con. Swan, summon. J. K. Lambly, wit. Reg. y. Jacob
Jurors, Kamloops Assize	
Witness fee, Reg. y. Shospachom, 4 d. (a *2, including travel, expenses
do. do. 4
do. 4
4
6
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Thibedeau,
Ah Sing.
Gottfredson,
Jacob,
Malott,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Sydney,
Jacob,
do.
Yardlev.
do.
do.
Gottfredson,
do.
Ah Sing.
do.
Malott,
2,
3 .318 ;
3 , IS ;
2.60, 15 ;
2.50, 17.50;
2.50, 22.50;
2.50	
do.
do
do.
tra. exp., 312
do.       12
do.        21.25
do.        22.50
do.        27.50
3     ,
3 ,
4 ,
3 ,
2
2.50,'
2.50,
2.50,
4 ,
2.60,
2.50,
2.50,
2.50,
2.50,
2.50,
3     ,
33     ;
33 ;
33 ;
39 ;
44 ;
33 ;
156 ;
22.50;
15 ;
22.50;
24 ;
22.50;
22.50;
17.50;
17.50;
17.50;
17.50;
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
35
35
35
36
35
36
75
15
17.50
28.25
18.7!
30
30
21.25
21.25
22.50
22.50
77.50
Carried forward.
14,795 55
12 00
12 00
34 80
34 80
190 45
13 50
141 00
12 50
47 00
47 00
26 00
22 50
70 80
8 00
16 00
6 25
14 20
10 60
10 60
8 50
3 20
3 20!
8 50
12 10
8 60
4 25
8 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00:
2 00!
4 00
8 00
11 60
2 00
2 00
3 80
8 50
6 00
119 00
1 00
4 00
5 50
8 00
2 00
2 00
3 00
273 25
8 00
8 00
8 00
8 00
30 00
30 00
36 26
40 00
50 00
2 60
68 00
68 00
68 00
74 00
79 00
68 00
231 00
37 50
32 50
50 75
42 75
52 50
52 50
38 75
38 75
40 00
40 00
146 50
17,506 70 50 Vic
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to :>0th June, 1886.
47
TO WHOM  PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
ets.
8   cts.
Brought forward.
262 60
J T Edwards	
Str " Lady Dufferin
R Irving 	
B F Anderson	
W Palmer	
E Cannell	
J Charters	
Str "Kamloops"....
F Hussey	
San Woo	
R Grant	
C Maynard	
F Wall	
W Marshall	
C Wilson   	
J P Walls	
B Williams   	
A Gregg	
G L Milne, M D ....
J D Helmcken, M D
S Fraser	
J Maynard    	
P Dwyer   	
W A Woods	
E Hodges	
J Johnston  	
A Heathorn	
C H Wilson     	
II Lesehuer	
T Batchelor	
E H Thain    	
Ah Fong 	
T Hodges 	
T Deasy	
J Morrissey 	
P Doyle	
T Madigan	
T O'Brien	
Indian Harry  	
,,      Mary	
,,      Agnes   	
D Lindsay	
W Stewart	
H W H Combe 	
Pay List	
J Dalby   	
Mary Bulger	
VIl.-ADMINISTRATtON OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).-( ontinued.
Vote No. SI.—Summon!ng .1'- pitgiug .1 urors &  Witnesses.]
Concluded.
Board and lodging for Cons. Kirkup & 1'. Johnson, wit., Reg. y. Malott
Fare, etc., Kamloops to Eagle Pass for       do. do.
Witness fee, Reg. v. Sydney, 9 days (a 82.50 ; travelling expenses, 315 ..
do. do.' 9     ' ,,       2.50; do. 16 ..
do. do. 7       „       2.50; do. 8.75'
Meals for jury and officers in charge, Reg. y. Shoospacban   	
Serving summonses on witnesses, do. 	
Fare, etc., Eagle Pass to Kamloops, of Constable Kirkup, witness, Reg.
y. Malott	
Fare, etc., as witness, Reg. v. Fan Tuck, to Victoria and return, 338 ;
allowance for expenses, 10 days @ 82 :	
Witness fee, Reg. V. Ah Chin, 7 days («' 81	
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Ah Sing and others,
Ah Ming, 1
Townsend, 1
Sim Kee, 1
Greer, 5
do. 5
Wa Cluoug & others, 3
14
19
7
1
2
2
2
,2
1
1
2
4.
4.
' 2.
2'.
2.
2.
2
2.'
2;
2
2; trav. exp.
2;        do.
trav. exp., 810.00
810.25
1.
450 folios @ 10c.
Corbould & McColl
Do.
A T D McElmen .. .
A MeColl	
WNBole	
Louis Farlardeen ..
Indian Yam	
Chew Tip 	
J C Hughes .......
Ah Louis	
Ernest Fletcher  .   .
Indian Tom 	
H Jackson 	
Louis Good   	
Ma Sing	
Indian Monday ....
Wong Lung	
E Goldman	
W Mitchell	
J E Vrooman	
Ah Chin	
J Michalle	
Alice Scott   	
Ah Ling	
Louis Bercier	
Chin Ah You	
C H Valpz	
do.
Marwick,
do.
do.
George,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Moore,
do.
do.
Ah Wah,
Ah Look,
do.
do.
Costello and others
do.
do.
do.
Lee Ong,
do. 2
do. 2
Ah Sing and others, 3       ,,
do. 3
Copying jury books for Victoria District (1886),
Jurors, Victoria Spring Assize	
Bringing in witness, Reg. 0. LeClaire, from Burnside Road at night . ..
Expenses, Huntersville to New Westminster and ret'n, Reg. y. Ah Ching
Vote No. &%.—Prosecution anil Interpreters.
Additional exps. caused to accused by change of venue Reginay.Eversou
Crown Counsel at spring and fall Assize, at New Westminster	
Crown Counsel at Nanaimo Assize	
Additional expenses caused to accused by change of venue, Reg. y. Sue
do.                             do.                         do.                          Merritt
Services as Interpreter in sundry cases at Kamloops	
do. Regina y, Ah Sam	
do. Regina y. Mow Sow	
do. Regina y. Greer, 5 days (a1 85, expenses $7.50
do. at Kamloops, 2 days @ 32.50	
do. Regina v. Malott, 3 days @ 83   	
do. Regina v. Alexis, 7 days @ 32, expenses 83..
do. Lee Wai Leong	
do. Moise and Kaywus	
do. at Nanaimo fall Assize, 4 days (a 82.50	
do. Regina v. Kaywus	
do. Regina v. Ah Sing, 2 days (3 32.50   	
do. Regina v. Hopper, at Beaver Creek	
do. at Lytton Assize and Police Court, 4 days @ 32.50
do. in sundry Chinese cases	
do. do. 3 days @ 32.50	
do. in Magistrate's Court, Nicola, 2 days @ 32.50
do. do. Lillooet, 2 days (g> S3..
do. Reg. y. Sue, 3 days (8 32 '	
do. re escape of Indian Jacob	
do. in sundry cases-	
do. at Chemainus, Reg. v. C. Wilson	
Carried forward	
17,506 70
38 00
6 00
37 50
37 50
26 25
7 00
5 00
6 00
58 00
7 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
10 00
10 00
6 00
6 00
8 00
12 00
2 00
6 00
6 00
6 00
6 00
6 00
24 00
28 00
48 25
22 00
2 00
2 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
2 00
2 00
4 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
6 00
6 00
45 00
158 50
6 00
12 00
100 00
475 00
175 00
200 00
200 00
24 50
1 00
2 50i
32 50
5 00
9 00
17 00
2 50
5 00
10 00
1 60
5 00
15 00
10 00
147 00
7 50
5 00
6 001
6 00
2 50
2 60
4 00
18,211 70
262 60  1,471 00 18,211 70 48
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
3    cts.
$   cts.
262 60
20 00
1,471 00
2 00
1 00
4 00
7 50
6 00
7 60
4 50
2 50
2 00
35 00
2 00
9 50
5 25
3 75
2 00
i 00
3 00
2 50
18,211 70
Indian Cushon	
Law Tom	
VII.-ADMINISTRATION  OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES,).—ContiMned.
Vote No. 52.—Prosecution and Interpreters.—Concluded.'
do.                    in Magistrate's Court, Dring and Miller ease	
do.                    at appeal from Magistrate's decision,  Chinese
E Fletcher	
do.                    at Kamloops Assize, 3 days <w 32.50	
do.                                     do.             3     ' ,,       2    .            	
do.                                       do.               3        „       2.25	
T J Carter ...   	
All Foo    .   ...
L C Ling     .
Cum Yee	
do.                    in sundry Chinese cases, Yale Assizes, 7 days @ 85
Str "Amelia"	
Do.
Do.
R WWatkins	
Fare, etc., Victoria to Nanaimo and return of J. E. Yrooman, Interpreter
do.     Nanaimo to Victoria,                             do.                      do.
do.     Victoria to Nanaimo,                             do.                      do.
Meals and bed,                                                          do.                     do.
Lung Sam	
Vote No. S3.— Expenses of Inquests.
Attending inquest on bodv of J. H. Wright, and giving evidence	
Meals & horse keep for Messrs. Sproat, Kirkup, & witnesses, re Johnson
1,674 00
H E Langis, M D	
Steinbeck & Wilson ....
36 00
5 00
7 50
20 00
20 00
8 20
70 00
10 00
5 00
15 00
1 50
10 00
2 00
10 00
11 40
5 00
5 00
11 60
2 00
15 00
10 00
10 00
20 40
12 40
10 00
1 78
5 00
26 00
10 00
10 00
11 60
10 00
50 00
14 40
12 40
12 80
12 40
12 40
12 40
44 60
13 00
14 00
11 80
12 00
12 40
13 60
5 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
12 40
3z 00
22 00
Orton J Grain, M D	
C Pitblado, M D	
do.                             do.   *       Mary Pureell, 810; mileage sin..
Attendance at inquest on body of J. Mundell, at Comox, 35; mileage33.20
A M Taylor, M D	
C E Comstoek, MD	
H E Langis, M D	
Medical examination and giving evidence	
VV W Walkeni, M D	
Do.
Do.
do.                   do.               Chinaman 810; mileage 31.40	
L T Davis, M D	
R H Pidcock   	
S J Tunstall, M D	
L RMcInnes, M D
C N Trew, M D	
Post-mortem exam, on body of E Lyons 810; evidence death of Indian 85
do.                      do.             Ah Chock, and giving evidence	
Do.                	
do.                          do.             Ah Yok 810;   do.       82.40	
Do.
CPR Telegraph line	
John Chipp, M D	
Do.
Do.
Do.                   	
C N Trew, M D .. .
do.               Ah Chock ..          	
Do	
Post-mortem examination  of body of Ah Foon (special agreement,
Do.            	
Post-mortem examination of bodies of J. Oesswell and others, at Van-
Do	
Post-mortem examination of body of D. Walker and giving evidence at
Do	
Do	
Inquest on bodv of D. Walker at Port Moody, 810 ; mileage 32.40	
do.              J. Robson           do.               10;       ,,        2.40
Post-mortem examination of body of J. Robson at Port Moody, $10;
L R Mclnnes, M D
Post-mortem examination of body of unknown man, 810; examining
H Fit	
Do	
Do.
do.              J. Miller,        '0;       ,,        1.80	
Do.   ..
do.              W. Dring,       10;       ,,        2	
Do	
do.               K. W. Means, 10;       „        2.40	
do.              J. Manson,     10;       ,,        3.60	
Do            	
A M Taylor, M D	
Do.             	
Do.              	
W W Walkem, M D....
J H Row'botham, M D ..
Post-mortem exam, of bodies of Dring and Miller, 320 ; mileage 812 ...
do.                                           do.                     20;       „          2 . ..
282 60
756 38
19,785 70 50 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
§   cts.
8   cts.
E J Offerhaus, M D
Jno Clapperton	
Do	
Do	
WMcN Jones, MD
Robt O'Brien, MD..
G L Wood, M D....
Giovanni Pagliosti ..
Indian Dick	
Enrico Andree.
W Mitchell	
Do '....
G Baillie	
CPR	
Indian Charlie	
Owen Jones	
Jas Corrigan	
OPE	
Do	
Alfred Page	
J Wardle :	
H S Empey	
G Lasher	
C Williams	
Joseph James	
J Michalle	
J Stunner	
Do	
A Owen	
Chee Joe ,
Indian Bulger ,
A Clemes   	
S Crocker & Co.. .
T D Shorts	
W R Lewis ..
Louis Brent
J Conway	
Indian Macell  ...
E Lequime	
J Stunner   ......
CPR	
Indian  Pierre ...
W L Le Ballister.
J W Stirtan ...
Thos Richards .
G Norris	
D Clemens	
Louis, Indian Chief .
Eric Sendin	
Brought for ward.
VII.-ADMINISTKATION OF JUSTICE (OTHEE THAN
SALARIES).—Continued.
Vote No. 83.—Expenses of Inquests.—Concluded.
Post-mortem exam, and attending inquest on body of H. Armstrong
810; mileage $18    	
Inquest on body of E. Lyons	
do. Catsipelsh, §10; mileage §26.40	
do. Indian Maggie	
Post-mortem examination of body of Annie Embleton	
Assisting at do. do.^ do. $10; mileage$4.80
Attending inquest on body of Baird (murdered), including exp., 4 days
In charge of body of E. Holloway before inquest, 1 night	
Obtaining witnesses for inquest on body of E. Holloway	
Hire of hand-car and 5 Indians, r&      do. do.        ......
Services as interpreter at do. do.        	
Coffin and interment do. do.        ......
Meals and bed for Coroner Wise
Fare,
do.
Conveying bveanoe,
do.
do.
do.
Bed and meals,
do.
Fare,
do.
Fare,
do.
Victoria Water Works..
H Chaffey   	
Matthews, Richards & Tye
Wm Smith	
P J Houlihan 	
A Lewis & Co	
J J Wilson	
H Saunders	
Beak & Co	
G L Milne, M D	
A McLean & Co	
F Norris	
PMcQuade & Sons	
CBall	
J Englehardt	
G Byrnes	
W Jensen	
C Morton 	
T N Hibben & Co	
Lytton to Yale.	
Yale to Hope	
Channon to Hope	
at Hope	
Yale to Lytton ■	
Hope to Yale	
Proceed, to Hope with information of drowning' of a woman in Skaget R.
Hire of horse for Coroner Wise, to hold inquest on body of D. Murray
Meals, bed and keep of horse for Coroner Wise	
Summoning C. Williams, witness to inquest on body of Dolly Murray
Allowance for travel, exp. as witness at   do. do.
Meals and ferriage for Coroner Wise at Hope	
Services as interpreter at inquest on body of Bazille	
Making bench for dead bodies in Yale Gaol	
Services in connection with inquest on body of W. Elley	
do. do. do. _  K. W. Meams	
Burying body of Ah Foon '	
Exhuming body of    do	
Coffin lumber, body of Ah Foon	
Conveying body of B. F. Marrion and witness to inquest	
Conveying jury, witnesses, constables, and prisoners to inquest on body
of H. Armstrong at Sunnyside ""....	
Stage trip, conveying witnesses to inquest on body of J. D.Walker .
Conveying message to Coroner, re inquest on H.Armstrong, 2 day
82.50, $f>; travelling expenses, $8.25	
Meal for Coroner Dewdney	
Serv. summons on W. Jones, witness, inquest on body of H. Armstrong
Meals and bed for Coroner Dewdney	
Summoning jurors for inquest on body of Chinaman found at N. Y. Bar
Fare of Officer Moresby, with body of M. Nee, Harrison It. to Hammond
Assisting to convey body of M. Nee at inquest	
Buggy hire for Con. Stephenson, re inquest on body of A. Embleton
Vote No. 54,—Criminal Punishments.
Erecting- scaffold, making coffin, etc., for execution of Indian Tataguna
Executioner do.
Printing copies of certificates, re execution do.
Vote No. 88.—Rewards.
Reward for capture of John Crersan	
do.              do.       and conviction of Indian Antoine ■.
do. do.     , of D. Hastie	
Vote No. 86,—Keep of Prisoners.
Water supply, Victoria Gaol.
Milk, do.
Lanterns, saws, shovels, locks, do.
Cleaning yard, do.
Wood, do.
Boiler, do.
Bread, do.
Provisions, do.
Meat and vegetables, do.
Attendance on 2 Chinese prisoners, do.
Clothing, blankets, etc., do.
Straps, belts, do.
Lime, varnish, white lead, tar, paint, do.
Repairing tools, riveting leg-irons, etc do.
Coal, do.
Clothes-wringer, do.
Fish, do.
Satchel, stationery, do.
Stationery, record books, etc. do.
(special calls).
Carried for ward.
282 i
282 60
756 38
28 00
10 00
36 40
10 00
10 00
14 80
65 00
2 00
2 00
12 50
2 50
20 00
3 60
10 75
6 00
3 00
3 76
5 50
1 25
10 00
6 00
3 5C
6 0C
2 50
1 25
9 00
4 6C
2 0C
5 0C
6 5C
6 OC
2 5C
9 00
SO 00
10 00
13 25
6C
1 OC
3 50
2 0C
5 0C
2 0C
7 00
36 87
60 00
2 00
200 00
100 oo
.40 00
300 00
91 20
30 75
126 0C
201 0C
8 25
1,301 68
725 82
858 14
10 OC
1,618 48
16 00
90 28
289 6£
333 6C
60 0C
8 4C
5 7C
42 76
19,785 70
1,160 83
S40 00
6,107 54    21,375 40 50
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
TO WHOM PAID
Jno Chipp, M D	
C Hayward	
G Stelly	
T Thompson    	
A Vipond	
Marvin & Tilton	
Jno Braden	
Victoria Gas Co     	
H Short	
C Mebins   	
Langley & Co ,
R Beauchamp	
G  Morrison	
G Powell	
J Sehl	
D Spencer	
M Towey	
J Johnston	
G Vienna	
Jno Begg	
Central Coal Yard	
S L Kelly & Sons	
T Shotbolt	
Steitz Bros   	
W Jackson -	
"Colonist"	
M WWaitt& Co	
Jno Barnsley	
Vic & Esq Tel Co	
Marvin & Tilton	
Jno Beaven	
C Karst	
Mrs Quinn	
Hirst Bros	
A Mayer & Co	
W Home	
Jas Abrams	
S Brightman	
H E Peck	
J W Stirtan	
Walter Wilson	
Thos Thompson	
Free Press	
H Short	
E Quennell	
Vancouver C M'ng Co ..
J H Pleace	
D Davis	
John Hibbert 	
A R Johnston & Co	
J Whitfield	
Chas McDonough	
T R Pearson & Co .....
Jas Cunningham & Co .
Do.
Kelly Bros	
A Peele	
P Collins	
A Gregory & Co	
Van Volkenberg & Bro.
D S Curtis & Co	
Jas Rousseau	
Jas Wise	
BDenby	
W Brunskell	
Walter Blackie 	
C N Trew, M D	
W R Lewis	
E Brown & Co	
S H Webb	
C PNCo	
W R Austin	
PMcPhaden...	
Alex Coutts	
R Dickinson	
H Elliott	
D Campbell    	
C G Major	
A McLean & Co	
Trapp & Co 	
W Vianen	
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
8   cts.
3   cts.
Brought forward.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Jo.
do.
do.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OE  JUSTICE (OTHEK THAN
SALARIES).— Continued.
Vote No. 56.—Keep of Prisoners .—Continued.
Medical attendance on prisoners, Victoria Gaol (special calls)	
Interment of 4 prisoners @ S27.50, S110; police baton, S9.91,Victoria G
Hauling stone, Victoria Gaol
Repairing hand-cuffs,
Steel rings,
Handcuffs, leg-irons, revolver,
Copper boiler, buckets, charcoal.
Gas,
Pistols, gun and cartridges.
2 wash-tubs,
Medicine	
Fish do.
Thermometer, medicines, do.
Sharpening saws, kettles, etc., .do.
Mattresses for sick prisoners, do.
Packing cases	
Removing furniture from old to new do.
Express hire, sundry times, do.
Fish, do.
Supplies, do.
Coal, do.
Repairs to range, do.
Medicines, do.
Extras for condemned prisoners, do.
Medicines, do.
Advertising for tenders for supplies,   do.
Organ, do.
Shot-gun and cleaning weapons, do.
Rent of telephone at old and new        do.
Handcuffs and leg-irons for Nanaimo Gaol ,
Coal, do.
Bread, do.
Services as nurse for female prisoner,   do.
Clothing, blankets, etc., do.
Provisions, , do.
Sharpening tools, do.
Brogans, etc., do.
Meat and vegetables, do.
Hauling" water, do.
Water, do.
Stove-pipe, zinc, etc., do.
Revolver belt, etc., do.
Advertising for tenders for supplies,   do.
Revolvers and cartridges, do.
Meat and vegetables, do.
Giant powder, do.
One sledge, do.
Shoe laces. ■ do.
Refilling mattresses and pillows, do.
1 pair shoes, do.
Belts,
Provisions, blankets, etc
Stationery.
and bonus towards const'n
282 60      6,107 54'   21,375 40
do.
New Westminster Gaol
do.
Connecting water-tank on Queen's Avenue (£ cost of tank), N. W. Gaol.
Gum boots, tools, cement, pails, spring blinds, New Westminster Gaol
Bread, do.
Medicines, do.
Cleaning latrines and hauling lumber, do.
Fish, do.
Meat and vegtables, do.
Medicines, do.
Leather, thread, etc., do.
Wood and coal do.
Making shoes, do.
Milk, do.
Rowlocks and bolts, do.
Attendance on sick prisoners, do.
Leg-irons, tools, steel, and repairs, do.
Liquors supplied to condemned man Robertson, do.
Cartridges and repairs to hand-cuffs, do.
Freight on clothing" do.
Hay for Mattresses, and removing prisoner's effects, do.
Provisions, coal oil, etc., do.
Altering cell bars and repairs, do.
Meat and vegetables, do.
Coal and wood, do.
Drugs, etc., do.
Blankets, do.
Clothing and blankets, do.
-cShirts, axes, etc., do.
Fish, do.
Carried forward	
287 60
25 00
119 91
9 00
1 50
1 50
394 11
73 08
533 80
140 63
8 00
276 94
8 00
22 75
4 90
3 00
2 50
48 75
2 00
17 00
11 62
8 00
5 25
27 20
4 30
61 12
23 50
175 00
91 25
29 50
30 00
99 50
593 64
2 50
229 32
235 90
99 42
. 70 00
360 72
13 75
38 00
26 99
2 75
4 00
36 00
205 37
6 26
4 37
1 00
12 0C
2 25
75
490 67
16 24
280 15
158 44
751 16
144 00
72 00
63 66
324 99
38 38
101 71
268 67
22 50
30 87
2 25
5 0C
19 48
6 OC
5 50
1 59
5 00
859 85
9 50
450 90
456 96
124 47
215 53
107 5C
23 75
26 28
14,887 04
21,375 40 50 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
51
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
S     GtB.
Brought forward	
VII-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).-Confi«,wed.
Vote No. 56.—Keep of Prisoners.—Continued.
Reid & Currie 	
Deighton & Douglas .
R C P Mills Co .
do.    "        Lytton Gaol.
Ironing prisoners,       do	
do. do	
Blankets, towels, soap, etc., Spence's Bridge Lock-up..
Stove and piping, do.
Prison supplies, do.
do. do.
Meals for prisoners at Hope	
Stove, blankets, clothing, etc., Clinton Gaol.
Prison supplies, do.
Stove-pipe, repairing stove, ironing prisoners, do.
Wood, do.
Freight on handcuffs and leg-irons, Victoria to do.
do.       rifle, etc., Soda Creek to do.
Stove and fittings for Lillooet Gaol	
Freight on stove, etc., Clinton to do. 	
Wood, do	
Nails, soap, saw, do	
Prison supplies, do.        	
do. Spallumcheen Lock-up	
Coal oil, clothing, blankets,        Granville Gaol.
Repairing tools
Leather,
' Lumber,
J B Lovell   Soap, brooms, nails, etc,
Geo Wise   < Prison supplies,
Yale Water Works I Water,
Powers Bros.. jTinware, repairs,
Emil Derdinger ! Ironing prisoners,
C N Trew, M D    j Medical attendance on sick prisoners
John Swan ! Prison supplies, Savona Lock-up
Wm Walsh    '
A F Hautier	
H Blackford	
John Murray	
Jas Vair	
A Clemes    	
F Hussey 	
H H D Shuttleworth...
F W Foster	
F Soues	
McLellan & Co 	
A Switzer	
B C Express Co	
Do	
F W Foster 	
H MGregor	
Indian Charley	
A W Smith	
C Phair	
Lambly Bros	
AW Sullivan	
EMcKendry	
J Miller    ..
P Murrav   	
W E McCartney & Bro .
FWHart ....'.	
D L Beckingsale, M D..
Hastings Saw Mill Co...
Est Trapp Bros   	
Pioneer Lumber Co....
J Cunningham & Co
J McGregor	
RCPMills 	
E Gold	
J Huntley	
Jno Shennan	
A Gutmann	
RCPMills	
J R Scott 	
Fales & Co 	
D B Grant	
Douglas & Deighton ...
Indian Tom 	
Mrs Murchie	
E J Pemberthy	
Mrs Calvert	
H Price	
W Piatt	
R Keller	
Larkin Conolly Co	
C Ball	
J D Campbell	
WInnes	
A E House	
B C Express Co	
Hudson Bay Co	
C Ryan	
S J Tunstall, M D	
A McKinnon	
GC Tunstall	
Wm Dodd	
Hy Wood 	
WE McCartney	
Vair & Miller	
J A Mara	
J J Alexander	
R E Lemon	
Uriah Nelson	
Jas Lindsay	
J Nutt	
E Deslorier	
New Westminster Gaol ,
do.
do.
Yale Gaol	
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Shoes,
Prison supplies,
Repairing and painting boat,
Medicines,
Mattress covers,
Attendance on sick prisoner,
Buck saws, auger, etc.,
Lock and hinges,
Lumber,
Padlocks,
Blankets,
Nails and lumber,
Axe and stationery,
Prison supplies,
do.
Coal oil,
Door,
Wood,
Paint, coal oil, lantern, etc.
Lantern glass, putty,
Pistol belt,
Sawing wood,
Soap and soda.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Port Moody Gaol...
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Meals for prisoners at Maple Ridge .
Wood,
Wood,
Cleaning latrine,
Coal oil,
Coal,
Repairing lock,
Prison supplies,
Wood,
Prison supplies,
Esquimalt Gaol	
do	
do	
do.        ......
do	
do	
do	
do	
Nicola Gaol.
Freight on handcuffs & leg-irons, do.
Prison supplies, Fort Simpson Lock-up
do. do.
Medical attendance on sick prisoners,
Ironing prisoners,
Prison supplies,
do.
Boots and blankets,
Medicines, etc.,
Coffee-pot, etc.,
Revolver, blankets, brogans, soap,
Meals for prisoners	
Lantern,       Eagle Pass Lock-up	
Blankets, do. 	
Prison supplies, Richfield Gaol	
do. do. 	
Wood, do	
Kamloops Gaol,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Carried forward.
287 60!   14,887 04    21,875 40
18 52
16 00
21 80
10 92
293 75
48 oO
2 00
2 00
10 00
9 75
253 48
2 00
8 00
81 57
15 50
S21 60
40 40
2 00
61 28
737 75
36 00
9 00
2 90
1 25
26 93
4 59
8 00
14 99
120 00
3 50
123 75
22 50
888 00
7 60
7 25
6 55
7 60
4 50
8 50
1 66
6 00
13 50
3 90
3 00
32 50
34 00
4 25
16 00
16 00
9 75
1 75
2 00
3 00
1 62
1 60
9 00
12 00
1 50
8 00
6 76
1 00
10 50
10 00
95 84
1 20
23 45
1 60
15 00
31 50
612 00
638 25
20 0C
16 5C
3 75
71 28
15 0C
1 5C
20 0C
178 0C
11 OC
50 00
287 60    20,103 32    21,375 40 52
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts,
Brought forward.
VII.-
Wintrip & Hauser    	
Masj.i •£■ Daly	
Jos H ht Laurent	
H Newell	
G Pie.ard	
Cahb:ea,th, Grant Sz Coak
Do.
G A Pritchett 	
Sisters of St Ann	
Victoria Hotel   	
W R Megan ...   	
L A Dunning	
Indian Showichan ...    ,
H Madden 	
Martin Strong	
W B Gladwin  	
Young & Gray	
A R Johnston & Co	
R B Richardson 	
Do. 	
G B Ordano	
T B Shaw	
Wm Anderson	
J Broadwell	
GB Wright	
J Kirkup	
Hume, Dobson & Co	
Edward Gold	
G Cunningham	
Wright &, Nelson 	
R A McVitty	
R D Mat.ier	
John Rossvolt	
ECMaloney, MD	
J A Sweet, M D	
Chas Kerr	
R E Lemon	
W Murray	
W Gardner  	
CP Miller & Co	
J Kirkup	
S L Redgrave	
W D Bliss	
Baptiste Morgean	
T W Wilson	
J J Fyke	
W H Liiley	
R Kempton 	
W McKenzie & Co 	
W Earle	
C L Ward 	
John Sanderson	
H Anderson	
D Griffith 	
R D Walker	
Indians, Braswa & Harry
Indian Francois 	
L R Dole	
C Kerr 	
PCDunlevy	
J K Ritchie	
N Hanson	
Young & Gray	
T H Giffin	
Do	
Bishop of Caledonia	
T G Taylor	
T W Wilson	
T Bouser	
R Cunningham	
McNicholles & Sears ...
Donald McGregor
Chas Beebe	
Wm Hines	
W R Turner	
ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES). - Contimied.
Vote No. 56.—Ke<p of Prisoners.—Concluded.
Wood, Richfield Gl.o1       .
Sundry supplier, do	
Prison supply, Q.uesne le G.'loI .,	
Wood, do	
Wood, do.        	
Axe handle, soap, etc., Laketon Gaol	
Wood for Glenora Lock-up	
Coal oil, do.	
Care oE prisoner Bowman and supplying habiliments for burial	
Meals for prisoner at Okanagan Gaol	
Blankets, do.        	
Freight on blankets and leg-irons for Granite Creek Gaol	
Pacing blankets from Nicola to do. 	
Prison supplies, do. 	
do. do. 	
Freight and storage on blankets for do. 	
Prison supplies, Chemainus Lock-up	
Bucket, blanket, etc.,        do. 	
Blanket for Cowiehan Lock-up	
Prison supplies,        do. 	
do. do.	
Sundry repairs,        do. 	
Prison supplies, Salt Spring Island Lock-up	
do. . wood and coal oil, do.  	
Clock, buckets, shoes, etc., Farwell Lock-up, Kootenay	
Prison supplies, do. 	
Hinges and locks, do. 	
Stove and fittings, coal oil, etc., do. 	
Toll on lumber, do. 	
Blankets, tinware, axe, etc., do. 	
Iron work, leg-irons, etc., do. 	
Coal oil, do.
Wood, do. 	
Attendance on sick prisoners, do. 	
do. do. do. 	
Stovepipe, overalls, soap, do. 	
Coal oil, soap, do. 	
Blankets, do. 	
Hauling wood, etc., do. 	
Lamp glasses and sprinkler, do. 	
Revolver, belt, etc., do. 	
Prison supplies, wood, etc., Donald Lock-up, Kootenay	
Revolver and cartridges, for use at do. 	
Coal oil, candles, etc., do. 	
do. do. 	
Wood, do. 	
Blankets, do. 	
Soap, cups, spikes, etc., do. 	
Stove, coal oil, handcuffs, leg-irons, etc., do. 	
Coal oil, clothing, etc., do. 	
Saw, window glass, etc., Wild Horse Lock-up, Kootenay	
Revolver, do. 	
Prison supplies, do. 	
Coal oil, wood, sundries, and repairs, do. 	
Wood, do. 	
Cutting wood, do. 	
do. do. 	
Blankets for Golden City Lock-up, Kootenay ..
Cooking utensils, soap, candles, etc., do.
Vote No. 5?.—Bents.
Rent of room for County Court at Soda Creek (3 times)	
do.     building for holding Assize at Farwell	
do.     Magistrate's office at Farwell, 5 months @ $15 $ month	
do.     room for holding S. M. Court at Chemainus '.. 7	
do.     Lock-up, Telegraph Creek, 6 months	
do. do.       Gienora Landing, 6 months	
do. house for constable, Pt. Simpson, 14 mos. to June 30, @ §20 $ m.
do. do.                 Esquimalt,    12              ,,                  15   ,,
do. Magistrate's office, Donald,             7              „                  25   „
do.     room for detention of prisoners at Maple Ridge	
do.     building at Essington for Court House	
do.     house for Jurors, Kamloops Fall Assize	
Vote No, 88,—Special Constables.
Special Constable at Port Moody, 4£ days @ $2.50	
do. Kamloops ,...'	
do. and nightwatchman at Kamloops	
do, with prisoner Gillard from Calgary	
Carried forward	
287 60
20,103 32
102 00
70 38
2 00
50 00
8 00
2 00
72 00
5 00
8 50
5 00
22 50
10 00
3 00
32 00
33 50
2 50
28 75
7 25
4 5u
1 50
9 75
6 00
1 50
6 00
45 86
1,806 00
11 00
97 50
6 00
65 88
42 75
5 12
42 60
50 00
24 00
68 20
68 40
4 00
47 50
2 60
17 75
174 00
25 65
3 25
19 43
50 00
14 00
11 20
76 50
28 12
6 00
20 00
64 00
86 25
40 00
5 00
i 00
17 00
21,375 40
32 25
23,677 66
15 00
75 00
75 00
2 50
30 00
60 00
40 00
280 00
180 00
176 00
5 00
7 00
12 50
817 00
11 25
11 25
3 00
20 00
38 00
338 85
72 25
46,969 98 50 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
53
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
9   cts.
%   cts.
VII.-AD1
Vote
Special consta
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338 85
72 25
5 00
70 00
67 50
10 00
3 00
5 00
7 50
5 00
7 60
5 00
2 50
2 50
10 00
22 50
5 00
2 50
12 00
18 00
63 00
33 00
18 00
12 00
1 25
15 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
5 00
5 00
2 50
S 00
720 00
14 00
26 50
81 00
11 50
24 00
24 00
39 00
15 00
30 00
2 00
150 00
2 00
3 00
70 00
10 00
15 00
3 50
2 60
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45,969 96
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IINISTKATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
8 ALAEIES).—Continued.
No. 58.—Special Constables.—Continued.
ble taking- prisoner Wong1 Lee to penitentiary, 2 d. @ §2.50
Wm McNeill, Jr	
A McNeill	
Wm McNeill, Jr	
Philip Coate	
taking prisoner to Asylum, Victoria to New West	
Indians, Charley and Joe
D MePherson	
E H Price	
assisting to arrest drunken Indians at Cowichan	
during absence of Constable Kier from Cowichan	
assisting Constable Kier to arrest Home and Shehan
L P Lewis	
Wm Ball 	
H S Booth  	
assist. Con. Hubbard, re arrest of H. Wilson, 4 d. @ S3
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at Farwell, assisting Constable Miles,            21      ,,   3
D M Gordon	
after witnesses, Regina v. Sproule,                6     ,,3
arrest.Brainard&serv.summonson Anderson,4      ,,    3
during absence of Constable Booth,            6 d. @ S2 50
in search of Adair, re robber}7 near Chemainus	
J B Brickley	
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Donald McGregor	
Jos Huntley	
conveying prisoner Hoyt, Port Moody to New West ..
guarding chain-gang at Granville, 12 mos.  to 30th
at N. "West. Gaol during illness of McNamara, 7 d. @ S2
serving summons and arrest'g McCormack and Sawder
dur. absence of Constable J. Kirkup,   27 days @ S3
in search of Wm. Brown,                         8 days @ S3
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in search of F. Martin,                         13   ,,          3
guarding prisoners at Farwell,              5   ,,          3
assisting Constable Kirkup,                   10   ,,          3
Wm Kirkup	
John Mills	
Arthur Hubbard	
J A McGinty	
J E Walsh	
Wm McNeill, Jr	
Robert Walker 	
assisting Supt. Roycraft,                       28 days @ S2.50
at Sooke, protecting game,                     4   ,,           2.50
taking charge of prisoners,                     6   ,,           2.50
at Saanich,                                             1$ ,,
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Geo McNeill	
Thos Gadsby	
protecting game,                                   2 days @ $2.50
re murder of Burgh,                              3J days @ S2.50
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arresting Hogan,                                      2 days @ S2.50
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B, S Cavin	
D Smith 	
guarding prisoner Bisson,                    2 nights @ S2.50
and gaoler at Richfield,                         11 days @   3
at Nanaimo during illness of guard Beavridge	
guarding chain-gang, &c, at Nanaimo, 24 days @ S2.50
J Nutt	
Thos Windsor	
T McK Lambly	
in search of Wm. Crane,                        4 days @ S2.50
with prisoner to New Westminster and guarding same
sundry services,                                   26 days @ 82.50
guarding prisoners at Farwell,               3   ,,           3
do                     do.                     3   ,,           3
arresting Murphy and others,                 4   „           3
Wm McNeill, Jr 	
John Mills	
EB Suck	
in absence of Constable Shennan,          4 days @ S2.50
338 85
2,149 50
45,969 96 54
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th Jujne, 1886.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
S   cts.
J J McDonald	
T H Armstrong	
0 S Batchelor 	
J C Tunstall	
F Meyer 	
Do	
W R Phare	
Jos Wm Burr	
Wm Yates  	
F Meyers	
D W Gillies    .......
Wm Lawrence	
Wm Michell	
Wm H Christopher
John McKay 	
Luke Gibson	
Wm Yates	
Samuel Sincock	
Wm McNeill, Jr ..
John Moore 	
Geo McCue	
Jas Patterson	
R McLeese	
Jos Pillmore 	
Thos Neelands	
Geo Bainbridge	
John Williams   ....
S B Hamilton	
P Murray	
DAN Ogilvy	
J F Jagers 	
Henry Warner  ....
M P Charles	
Edward Abel	
John E McLeod	
Jos Morris	
Wm McNeill, Jr ...
Indian Oxeme	
Michael Kyne 	
T H Armstrong....
W Cameron	
Henry Wood 	
Thos Millar	
S B Hamilton   	
John Stevens	
E Trelease 	
Pat Murray	
John M Stewart ...
Colin Cameron	
W McNeill, Jr .  ...
J D Manson	
R T Cliffe     	
S L Redgrave 	
H R Moodie	
Irah J Fyke	
Louis Bercier	
Ed Houghton .....
Louis Bercier 	
J Williams	
S B Hamilton	
E J Pemberthy	
BWWard	
And Duffy	
J Stanner 	
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J Bell	
J W Burr 	
DW Gillies	
E Abel	
T J Bryden	
L Bercier	
W Pollings	
J Huntley	
J J Armour	
P Murray	
G Williams	
L J Lewis	
J Lindsay	
T Graham	
Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTEATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
8ALARlES)-Continued.
Vote No. 38,—Special Constables.—Continued.
Special constable
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in search of Indian	
at Kamloops, 6 days @ §2.50
at Kamloops gaol in absence of Con. Smith, 6ds.@§2.60
with prisoners Malott and Antoine,       6 days @ $2,50
at Yale, guarding Indian prisoner	
with prisoner Hoyt to Port Moody	
serving summons on R. Valenzula, 2 days @ §2.50
in absence of Ofh'r Hussey from Spence's B. 25 ds. @ S3
in pursuit of J. R. Abbey	
and nightwatchman at Y'ale, 6£ months @ §15
and gaoler at Lytton, 7 days @ SI
convey'g Shea, Yale to P. Moody & return 2 ds. @ $2. r,0
arresting Indians Charley and Johnny, 2 days @ S3
at Yale in absence of Officer Wise, 2   ,,      •    2.50
at Lytton, 12 months to 30th June	
in pursuit of J. R. Abbey	
taking charge of prisoner Hoyt at Yale.
and gaoler at Richfield,       18 days @ S3, 11 days @ 82
sundry services, Victoria and Esquimalt Districts
Regina v. Proctor, 8 days @ §2.50
at Victoria gaol, 10   ,, 2.50
guarding Chinese prisoner, Quesnelle gaol
2 men watching Chinese prisoner	
arresting F. Savona at Kamloops 15 ds. (a §2.50 2ds. @ §3
taking Richardson to Kamloops gaol, 7 days @ S2.60
re Chinese mining at Boulder C'k, Nan'mo, 2 da. @ S2.50
arresting Loyd and Fairfax	
during abs. of Con. Stewart fin Nanaimo, 2 d. @ §2.50
do. Shennan from Port Moody
at Victoria Assize, 16 d. <?
taking charge of 2 prisoners from Skeena, 8   ,,
at Victoria Assize, 18   ,,
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serv. subpcenas, searchingfor witness,etc. 30   ,,
with J. W. Boucher to Kamloops	
guarding Chinamen 4 nights and two days	
and nightwatchman at Kamloops.
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Eagle Pass,
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in search of rioter;
at Kamloops, 2
Nanaimo Fall Assize, 5
in absence of Constable Drake,' 6,
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at Port Moody, 5
at Howe Sound in search of Myers & Oliver, lj
at Alberni, 1 day	
serving subpormas, 23 days @ §2.50
Victoria Gaol, night duty, 19     ",,       3
McNeill at Salmon River, 13       „       2.60
at Donald, after departure of Mounted Police	
do. 3 days @ §3
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collecting cattle branded by Thibdean, 3
do. do. 2
arresting Thibdean, 10
arresting E. Hillett	
at Nanaimo in absence of Con. Drake,
in charge of Ah Foo	
at N. W. Gaol during sickness of J. Green, 67? d
do.        1 night 	
at Yale in absence of Con. Wise, 34 d. @ §2.50
taking prisoners to New7 Westminster,      9     ,,   2.50
arresting Whitchurch   	
at Yale Assize, 7 d. @ §1.50
at Lytton, sundry times, 13     ,,    3
Spence's Bridge in absence of Con. Hussey, 76     ,,   3
at Lytton Gaol, sundry times, 82     ,,    1
at Victoria Assize Court, 2     „    2.50
at Okanagan, 11     ,,   3
taking prisoner to Kamloops, 7     ,,   2.50
at Spallumcheen, 6     „   2.50
at Maple Ridge, 1 night	
in charge of prisoners to New Westminster	
Port Moody, 5 „ 2.50
do. 3 „ 2.50
re chicken robberies, 7 ,, 2.50
at Saanich Agricultural Show, 1 day and night ...
at Comox	
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2,149 60 45,
4 00
12 50
15 00
15 00
2 50
5 00
5 00
75 00
2 00
97 60
7 00
5 00
6 00
5 00
300 00
2 00
2 00
76 00
52 50
20 00
25 00
2 50
9 00
43 50
17 60
5 00
4 00
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2 60
40 00
20 00
45 00
40 00
47 50
40 00
42 60
75 00
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92 00
27 50
5 00
12 50
16 25
5 00
2 50
12 50
4 50
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67 60
57 00
32 50
54 20
9 00
24 00
9 00
4 00
25 00
2 50
22 60
2 00
135 00
2 00
85 00
22 50
2 00
10 50
39 00
225 00
82 00
5 00
33 00
17 50
15 00
3 00
5 00
12 60
7 50
17 50
5 00
2 50
388 861  4,547 95 45 50 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
55
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
L J Lewis	
C 0 Walters	
Antoine Costello ...
Maurice Salmon	
Hugh Hunter 	
Hugh McLean	
Andrew Hendry	
Joe Gagnon	
Thos Neelands	
Hugh Green	
Louis Bercier	
A E Wilson 	
J 0 Forrester	
J Todd	
Hugh Hunter	
H HD Shuttleworth.
Harry Hill	
E Trelease	
M Froome	
J Arbuckle	
S Cormiar   .	
Pat Murray  	
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W Read	
J Callahan	
J Irving	
S M Lewis	
Indian Charley	
J Wood	
L J Lewis	
T James	
D Frickleton	
A Owen   	
W E Wanless	
B E Haney	
J Derwent	
L S Irwin  	
Indian William 	
Jno McKay 	
India's, Johnny & Lincoln
S L Redgrave	
B W Ward	
P Nile	
S Gough	
VV Avons   	
S Bakes	
M Salmon 	
J M Morris	
J Smith	
L J Lewis	
J Sutton	
Indian Joe	
W ELosee	
W Stark	
C Wilkes 	
T Matthews	
W McNeill	
Louis Bercier	
Thos Bryden	
Dan Falvay.'	
J A Sinclair	
D R Cameron	
Eric Sandin	
Isaac Longhead	
Eric Sandin	
Colin Munchison
Jno Donahoe 	
Jas Day	
W Rosamond	
C Gates	
Eric Sandin	
W Kirkup	
0 G Dennis   	
Harold Redgrave   ...
J H Scoley	
J J Fyke	
W Knibb	
Jas Brearton   	
D R Cameron	
J M Stewart	
Brought forward.
VII.-
ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).—Continued.
Vote No. 58.—Special Constables.--Continued.
Special Constable re murder of J. Dring and Miller,
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to arrest Cavanagh	
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Okanagan, in absence of Con. Dewdney,  5 d
Priest's Valley, 3
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arresting Indian Jacob	
re stabbing affair at Scotch Creek, 3 d.
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re Eagle Pass riot, 8
at Hope, sundry times ,	
at Ashcroft, 23
at Nanaimo, in absence of Con. Drake,     2
at North Arm, re death of S. D. Walker ....
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Chemainus, ,, Mainguy, 2
Fort Simpson, ,, Anderson...
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Dring and Miller, 6 days @ §2.50	
at Cowichan, re murder of Dring and Miller	
do. do.       9 d. @ §2.50
do. do.      20     „     2.50!
at Saanich, do. do	
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at Cowichan, in absence of Con. Kier,
at Hope, Reg. v. Yates,
arresting J. Young,
in charge of prisoner to Quilchena,
pursuing Chance, charged with horse stealing
arresting Whitechurch	
in charge of prisoner to Spence's Bridge,       2 d. @
do. Indian Big Billy	
at Donald, 6 months to 30th June, @ SSO $ month.
N.W. Gaol, in absence of Officer Moresby, 7 d. @S2
Wellington, ,, Con. Stephenson, 7   „    2.60
at fire inquest	
at Victoria Assize, 1 day	
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serving subpcenas, etc., 17 d. @ §2.50
Cowichan, re murder of Dring and Miller, 1 day
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arresting Indian Morse, 5 d. @ §2.50
in charge of Sproule, condemned, 23    ,,    2.50
do. do.    . 46     ,,     2.50
do. do. 29     „     2.50
do. do. 54    ,,     2.50
sundry occasions, 11     ,,     2.50
in charge of prisoner at Priest's Valley,   8     ,,     2.50
arresting J. Phillips, 4     ,,     4
arresting Lot Anderson, 2    ,,     3
at Farwell, in absence of Kirkup, 4 m. 27 d. @ §80 ^ m.
do. do.     ' 12 days @ §3
in pursuit of D. Hastie 8£ ,, 3
do. do. 5    ,, 3
arresting D. Hastie at Eagle Pass	
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during fire at Farw7ell	
at Farwell, sundry times,                  29J days @ §3
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watching for persons escaped from custody, 2 days
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at Farwell, sundry times, @ §80 per month
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at Golden City	
at Farwell, 51 days @ §80 ¥ m.
at Summit during strike, 2 days @ §3
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at Granville, 1 day 	
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Arrears.
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6 50
13 60
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7,351 35 i 45,969 96 56
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
§   cts.
«   cts.
Brought forward.
VII.—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).- Continued.
Vote No. SB.—Special Constables.—Concluded.
J F Froome	
A Hanson	
Indian Charley ...
J Boal	
A Reid	
A W Rogers	
J McCloy 	
J W Morris .  . —
P Cunningham ...
Jno Langley	
C Minkler	
L J Lewis	
P. D S Grant	
John Chartres
Louis Bercier .
Jno McKinnon..,.
WT Davis.   	
R Scott	
G Clapperton	
Indian William ...
Do.   Louie	
Wm Brash	
Indian Perrian....
Do.   Harry	
Do.   Jimmy ....
J Walker	
R Walker   	
Pay List (Indians).
Indian Chief Peter
Do.   Charlie	
R G Pike	
W Wilkie	
Indian Jules	
Jno Clark	
F W Aylmer	
R Williams     	
P Richardson	
PNile	
E Trelease	
T Miller	
H Wood	
J Chartres	
Alex Gordon	
J C Tunstall	
F Bennett	
J Stanner	
S M Lewis	
J J Owens	
L Carpenter	
T Downing	
F Scotney	
W H Fielding.,..
J T Scott	
V W Haywood...
WHall  	
J Mannion	
Str Amelia	
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re Post Office robbery at Port Moody, 2 days @ §2.50
assisting to arrest Indian Tom, 2   ,, 2.50:
at Cowichan in absence of Con. Kier,  2   ,, 2.00
assisting Constable Kier searching Indian ranch	
at Cowichan during illness of Con. Kier, 2 d. @ §2.50
at Quamieiian during Indian potlatch,    2   „      2.50
Victoria, removal of prisoners to new gaol, 9 ,,      2.50i
do. do. 2 ,,       2.50
in charge of prisoner from Skeena River
at Victoria Driving Park, 1 day	
pursuing Wilson
sundry times, assisting Supt. Roycraft, 22 d
at Chemainus, 2
arresting Mickle, 6 ,
at Priest's Valley, 8 .
at Ashcroft, 11 ;
in charge of prisoner to Spence's Bridge . ..
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serving subpcenas at Otter Flat & Pike L., !
re Stage robbery	
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at Donald,
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arresting Kimper,
searching for Barber Jack (escaped) -
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at Nanaimo Assize,
as Deputy Sheriff at Kamloops Assize,
in charge of prisoner to Kamloops,
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at Kamloops, in absence of Con. Smith.
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assisting- Constable Smith,
re murder of Dring and Miller,
at Yale Assize	
arresting McCullum	
at New Westminster Assizes, 3
at Port Moody	
at New Westminster Gaol, 6
re inquest on D. R. Robson	
in charge of prisoner to New Westminster'
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Vote No, 59v—Transport of Constables and Prisoners,
Board and lodging for Constable Shennan and assistant at Granville..
Passage of Constable Booth with prisoner from Nanaimo to Victoria,
and return of Constable	
Passages and meals for Cons. McNeill & Brooks to Chemainus & Maple B.
for Constable Kier and prisoners to Victoria	
for spec. Con. &pris, from Cowichan & return of Con
for Con. Booth with pris. to Victoria & return of Con
for Con. Stewart & pris. Adair,Chemainus to Nanaimo
for Con. Mainguy to and from Nanaimo	
and room for Con. McNeill and witness 	
for Con. Kier, and freight on horse, Cowichan to
Nanaimo and return	
Passages and meals for Cons. Kier, CYnviehan to Victoria and return
forCon. Anderson &prisonerBisson, S.S.I.to Victoria
prisoners Kemper Sz Hannah.Chemainus to Nanaimo
Con. Kier with prisoner to Victoria and return	
do.       and Sullivan to Victoriaand return of Con
for Constable Mainguy and prisoner, Chemainus to
Nanaimo and return	
Passage and meals for Con. Kier and Indian prisoner, & return of Con.
do. do. do.        and special from Cowichan to Victoria
and return	
Passage and meals do. do.       with 2 pris. from Cowichan
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-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALAKIES).—Continued.
To, SO.—Transport of Constables and Prisoners —
Continued.
and meals for Constable Mainguy, Victoria to Chemainus, and
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meals and bed for Con. Mainguy, with prisoners to Victoria...
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and meals, etc., for Constable Stewart, Nanaimo to Victoria,
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and meals for Constable Drake, from Nanaimo to Victoria with
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of Indian constable and prisoner, Victoria to Saanich and return
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Con. Anderson, Salt Spring Island to Cowichan, and return
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do.           do.              prisoners, Cowichan to Chemainus
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do.      Con. Kier and prisoners, Cowichan to Chemainus,
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do.      Con. Mainguy and prisoners, Chemainus to Na-
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do.      Con. Kier and horse, Cowichan to Maple Bay....
do.                         do.    & horse, Chemainus to Cowichan
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and meal Con. Stewart, Nanaimo to Chemainus and return.
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and meals, & room, Con. Kier & prisoners, Cowichan to Vict.
do.      Con. Kier, Cow7ichan to Victoria, and return.
do.           do.         and horse, Cowichan to Maple Bay...
Con. Kier, and horse, Maple Bay to Chemainus	
and meal, Con. Anderson and prisoners, Vesuvius to Vic-
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and meal, 2 Indian prisoners, Chemainus to Nanaimo	
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do.     Con. Stewart and prisoners, Nanaimo to Victoria,
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and meals Con. Kirkup & prisoners, Yale to N. Westminster
do.     Con. Moresby, New Westminster to Harrison R.
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of Constable Alexander, New Westminster to Port Hammond
of Cons. Tunstall and prisoners, Port Hammond to New West,
do.      Hussey               do.                do.                         do.
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and meals, Cons. Lindsay with prisoners, New7 W. to Victoria
for Supt. Roycraft, Vic. to Pt. Ham'd and from N. W. to Vic.
and meals, Cons. Walker, New Westminster to"Victoria	
do.       Cons. Muldoon, Victoria to Port Hammond	
do.       Supt. Roycraft, Victoria to Pt. Hammond & return
do.       Cons. Kirkup, New W, to Victoria and return(twice)
do.       Cons. Muldoon, Port Hammond to Victoria	
do.         do.     McNeill with prisoner Everson, Vic. to Pt.H.
do.         do.     Moresby and 9 prisoners, Victoria to N. W.
do.         do.     Abel with prisoner, Vic. to N. W. and return
do.         do.     Moresby and 2 prisoners, N. W. to Victoria
do.         do.     Moresby, McNeill  and   prisoners, Victoria
10 New West, and return of Constable..
do.       do.    Alexander, New Westminster to Victoria ...
do.       and bed, Con. Burr, Hammond to N. W. and return
do.       Con.   Hussey and prisoners,  Hammond to New
Westminster, and return of constable	
do.       and rooms, Con. Stubbs and prisoners, Victoria to
New Westminster, and return of constable ...
do.       Officer Moresby, and freight on corpse, Hammond
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do.       and bed, Con. Bell and prisoners, Hammond to
New Westminster, and return of constable...
do.       Officer Moresby and prisoners, sundry times	
do.       Con. Wilson, New Westminster to Hammond	
do.             do.            Maple Ridge to New West., & return
do.       Officer Moresby and prisoners, sundry times	
do.       Con. Shuttleworth and prisoners, Hope to N. West.
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680 60
53,902 69 58
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Brought forward.
VII.
ADMINISTRATION OP JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).—Continued,
Vote No. 59.—Transport of Constables and Prisoners.-
Continued.
Passage, meals, and room, Con. MeClO}7 and prisoners, Victoria to New
Westminster, and return of constable     	
do.       do.    and room, Con. Kirkup, Victoria to Hammond	
do.       do.   and bed, Con. Shuttleworth, New West, to Hope.
do.       do.    Con. Wise and special, to Hunterville	
do.       do.    constables and prisoners, sundry times	
do.       do.    room, Cons. Langley, Lewis and prisoners, Victoria to
New7 Westminster, and return of constables...
do.       do.    room, Supt.  Roycraft and 2 constables, Victoria to
Vancouver, and return	
do.    Con. Wise, Yale to Hope	
do.    meals and beds, Cons. Moresby, Shuttleworth, and prisoners
between Y'ale and New Westminster, sundry times ....
do.    meals and beds, Con. Wilson	
do. Con. Smith and prisoners, Port Hammond to New Westminster
do. and meals. Con. Christopher and prisoner, Yale to New7 West.
do. do.       (Jons. Stanner and prisoners, Yale to New West
minster and return of constable	
Fares, Cons. Walsh, Kirkup and prisoners, Port Hammond to Savona.
do. Cons. Kirkup and prisoners, Savona to Pt. Moody and return ..
do. Spec. Cons. Findley and prisoner Shea, Lytton to Port Moody..
do.    Cons. Smith and prisoners Sproule is;Stone, VanHorne to Pt.H...
do.    Cons. Monck and prisoner Malott, Port Moody to Savona	
do.    Cons. Kirkup,Monck & Alexander & 8 prisoners, Kamloops to Pt.M,
do. do.        Port Hammond to Savona	
do.    Spec. Cons. Ball, Port Moody to Yale and return	
do.    Constable Shennan to Wharnock	
do.    Spec. Cons. Meyer and prisoner Hoyt, Yale to Port Moody	
do.    Constable Shennan to Yale, twice	
do.    Supt. Roycraft to Yale	
do.    Spec. Cons. Lawrence to Port Moody with prisoner Shea 	
do.    Cons. McNeill and prisoner Everson, Port Hammond to Savona..
do.    Cons. Wise, Yale to Hope and return	
do.    Cons. Hussey and 3 prisoners, Lytton to Spence's Bridge	
do. do. and prisoner, Spence's Bridge to Port Moody ..
do.    Supt. Roycraft, Hope to Y'ale	
do.    Cons. Wise, Yale to Hope	
do.    Cons. Lindsay&prisoner, Spence'sB. to.Pt.H. &returnof Cons.   ,,
do.    and meals. Con. Gillies anil prisoners, Lytton to Spence's Bridge,
and return	
provisions, etc., Con. Johnson, and prisoners, Calgarry to Donald
Con. Tunstall. Port Hammond to Savona	
Alexander, do. do. 	
do. Van Home to Port Moody	
Redgrave, Golden City to Kicking Horse, and return . .
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do. and prisoners, Hammond to Moody
do. do. Savona to Hammond...
Hussey, and prisoners, Spence's Bridge to Lytton
do.        Burr,    do.  "     Lytton to Spence's Bridge
Kirkup and       do.       Port Moody to Yale.	
Burr, do.        Lytton to Port Hammond.
Bell, Hammond to Lytton	
Hussey, Spence's Bridge to Lytton.
do.      and prisoners, Lytton to Savona	
do.      Savona to Spence's Bridge	
do.      and prisoners, Spence's Bridge to Port Moody. .   .
do.      Hammond to Spence's Bridge	
do.      Lytton do. and return	
do.       do. do. 	
Wilson, Moody to Hammond	
Muldoon, Hammond to Lytton	
Bell and prisoners, Lytton to Hammond, & return of con
Wise and prisoner, Yale to Hope	
do. Hope to Yale	
Hussey and prisoners, Spence's Bridge to New Westminster
do."    Moody to Spence's Bridge	
three prisoners, Lytton to Spence's Bridge	
Con. Hussey and prisoners, Hammond to Moody	
Wilson and special, Moody to Hammond	
Husse37and prisoners, Spence's Bridge to Port Moody....
do.    Port Moody to Spence's Bridge	
McKay & prisoners, Lytton to Spence's Bridge & return..
Moresby, Hammond to Spence's Bridge	
of prisoner Ah Sing, Hammond to Yale	
do. Y'ale to Spence's Bridge	
Con. Moresby and body of Ah Foon, Spence's Bridge to Moody
Kirkup, Hammond to Savona	
Stanner & prisoners, Y'ale to Moody, & return of con., twice
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348 85      2,357 30    63,902 69 50 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 80th June, 1886.
59
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Brought forward  j
VII.-ADMIN1STRATI0N OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).—Continued.
Vote No. 59.—Transport of Constables and Prisoners.—
Continued.
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18 00
16 80
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53,902 69
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do.    Constable Hussey, Spence's Bridge to Ashcroft and return	
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do.    Con. Kirkup, Farwell to Donald, and return	
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Passage, Con. Brudroth and prisoners, from Skeena	
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Passage, Con. McNeill, specials, & Indian prisoners, Alert B. to Nanaimo
Passages of Cons. Kirkup & Walsh, Farwell to Eagle Pass with 3 prisoners
Stage fare of prisoner Murphy from 13-Mile House to Farwell,  and
45 00
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56 75
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119 00
18 00
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13 60
13 50
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Passage of Con. St. Laurent and prisoner, Quesnelle to Barkervilie.. ..
do.      Cons. Lindsay            do.                  do.                      do.
do.              do.                       do.               Barkervilie to Cache Creek
Do.            	
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Passage of Special Constable Tait and Chinese prisoner, Soda Creek to
Do.            	
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do.    J. Bowron, con. & prisoner, Barkervilie to Clinton, & ret. of con.
do.    Officer Moresby        do.       Ashcroft to Clinton,                do.
Passage Cons. Kirkup and Walsh and prisoners, Eagle Pass to Savona,
Do.            	
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Passage and meals,  Con. Alexander, Kamloops to Eagle Pass, and
Do	
Passage Con. Walsh, Savona to Eagle Pass, §7 ; Con. Kirkup, Kamloops
Do.            	
Passage and meals, Con. Smith and 2 prisoners,  Kamloops to Van
Do	
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Passage, meals, and bed, Cons. Tunstall and Hussey and prisoners,
Kamloops to Savona, and return of Tunstall.- j
Meals and bed, Con. Neelands with prisoner, enroute to Kamloops Gaol;
Passage, meals, and bed for prisoner, Savona to Spallumcheen j
do.                    do.              Con. Gilmore, re arrest of F. Savona	
do.       meals, Con. McNeill and prisoner, Savona to Kamloops and ret'ir
do.              do.       Kirknp         ,,             Eagle Pass to  Savona,  audi
Do	
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27 76
18 50
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Passage G. C. Tunstall and constables, Kamloops to Eagle Pass	
do.               do.                  prisoners, Eagle Pass to Kamloops	
do.       and meals, Cons. Alexander and Hines and prisoners, Eagle
Do.                   	
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41 00
3 25
3 25
6 00
6 75
19 00
9 00
4 00
16 00
3 00
20 00
5 60
7 00
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16 00
12 00
6 50
9 00
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22 50
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15 00
5 00
19 60
3 00
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47 50
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do.       meals, and bed, Con. Alexander,           do.                  	
do.                    do.                Anderson and prisoner R. E. Sproule, t^o
Do	
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Passage and bed, Con. Hussey and prisoner, Savona to Kamloops	
do.       meals and beds, constable and prisoners, between Van Home
Do	
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Passage Con. Sw7an, Kamloops to Savona	
Special charter for Cons. Alexander and Hines, Eagle Pass to Salmon
Do.
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Passage Con. Hambly and prisoner, Spallumcheen to mouth of river ..
do.      meals, Con. Neelands and prisoner, Kamloops to Spallumcheen
do.         do.    Con. Neelands and prisoner, Spallumcheen to Kamloops
do.         do.    Con. Kirkup and prisoner, Eagle Pass to Kamloops	
do.         do.    and bed, Con. Alexander,                     do.                   ....
Do.           	
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Board for Constable Redgrave at Donald,                         10 days @ $2
Board and lodging for Cons. Redgrave, Johnson, Walsh and prisoners,
Do.            	
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Jas Kier 	
John Dalbv	
Buggy hire for Constable Kier and special at Cowichan	
Victoria Transfer Co ....
Passage,  meals, etc., for Constable Lewis to Salt Spring Island and
Do.
Horse & buggy hire for Con. Kier and Capt. Worth to Cowichan, 5 d. @ 85
848 85
8,800 10
63,902 69 60
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885; to 30th June, 1886
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
S   cts.
S   cts.
Brought forward.
Co ,
VU.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER  THAN
SAIATLITS)—Continued,
Vote No. 59.—Transport of Constables and Prisoners*-
Continued.
James Lascelles  Carriage hire for Officer Muldoon to Saanich	
Joseph Bland    Express hire for constable to Saanich	
R J Styles  do. Superintendent of Police to Esquimalt	
Indian Bill  Canoe hire with Cons. Lewis, from Saanich to Salt Spring Island	
Wm McNeill, Jr   Sundry travelling- expenses at Saanich, Shawnigan and Goldstream...
Harry Brooks  Canoe'hire, meals, bed, etc.,       do. do. Chemainus ...
T H Cudlip     Carriage hire to Ross Bay Cemetery, re body of Chinaman 	
D W Mainguy       Horse hire to Cowichan '.	
Geo Kier  do.      sundry times	
Indian Charlie  Canoe hire for Constable Kier from lock-up to steamer with 2 prisoners
G B Ordano      Horse and waggon for conveyance of prisoners Horan and Sbeiban from
Shawnigan Lake    	
Meals and bed for Constable Gillies	
Board and lodging for Constable Booth	
Canoe hire for Constable Stewart, Nanaimo River Bridge and return,
Meals for Constable Stewart at Chemainus	
Taking sick prisoner from gaol to hospital	
Meals and bed for Constable Stewart in search of Adair	
Passage for Constable Stewart, Nanaimo to Chemainus	
Steals and bed for Constable Booth in Cedar District	
Passage of Cons. Stephenson and prisoners, Departure Bay to Nanaimo
Stage fare for Constable Shennan and prisoners	
Meals and beds for Constable Kirkup and prisoners at Eagle Pass landing
do. do. do. Griffin Lake	
Horse hire for Constable Kirkup  	
do. do. 	
Horse hire for Special Constable Cameron, arresting Sawdon	
Passage of Spec. Cons. Haifhill & Hubbard from Kootenay L. to Farwell
Boat hire for Spec. Cons. Haifhill and Hubbard on Columbia River...
Meals and beds for Spec. Cons. Walsh & Cons. Kirkup at Pt. Hammond
Meals for Spec. Cons. Walsh and Cons. Kirkup and prisoners at Nicominj
Meals and beds, Spec. Con. Walsh & Cons. Kirkup and prisoners at Yale.
Passages, Spec. Cons. Walsh &Coiis.Kirkup & prisoners, Savor       Pt.H.j
Meals, do. do. Spe . ridge j
Meals &bed, Cons. Alexander taking prisoner fm Eagle Pas-. .oops:
Meals for Constable Kirkup at Spence's Bridge  .
Passage of do. Now Westminster to Port Mood;    	
Meals and bed, Constable Kirkup at Yale ■	
do. do. at Port Moody	
Hire of self and horses with Constable Swan in search of Johnson. ..
Passage of Spec. Cons. Moore from Victoria to Wrangel on Str Idaho
Horse hire from Cowichan to Maple Bay	
Carriage hive. Supt. Roycraft	
Board and Lodging for Cons. Walker at New Westminster	
Travelling allowance to New Westminster and Yale. 7 days @ $4 .
Paid for carriage and express hire for self and officers, sundry times . ..
Team hire for Officer McNeill	
Buggy hire for Spec. Cons. Brooks, 3 times	
Passages and meals for Officer Walker and prisoner, Victoria to New W.
Meals and beds for Constable Anderson to Victoria	
Passage and meals for Constable Anderson, sundry times  	
Meals and bed for Constable Kier and horse hire taking prisoners to gaol
Horse hire for do. sundry times  	
Meals for Constable St. Laurent at Barkervilie	
Meals and keep of horse for Cons. St. Laurent and prisoners	
Passages for Cons. Lindsay and prisoner Clink, Soda Creek to Quesnelle
§20, horse hire §10  	
Meals and bed, Cons. Lindsay and prisoner Clink at Australian Ranch
do. do. do. at Quesnelle	
do. do. do. at Cottonwood House
do. do. do. at Stanley	
do. Cons. Anderson with prisoner Sproule	
Meals for Constable Smith and 2 prisoners at Spence's Bridge   	
A Clemis	
Oriental Hotel..
Indian Billy ...
Young & Gray .
John Beaven .,
Chas Horth	
Str Daisy   	
Chas Stewart ..
Thos Penny ....
Alex Tays 	
J Derwent 	
J Brand   	
D A Larson	
Teitzel & Morris
Duncan Stuart..
H M McCartney
P Sullivan	
J R McDonnell ....
B F Boyce	
P Clair	
J H McNab  	
Mrs Nelson	
Mac Nicholl & Sears
A Clemes	
S R Connor   	
P Clair	
Wm Insley	
Indian Charlie	
Welch, Rithet & Co
Geo Kier	
City Livery Stables
J E Inslev   	
H B Roycraft  	
Do	
Richard Shaw	
John Dalby	
Str Teazer 	
M Betchtel	
Str Daisy.	
GB Ordano	
Indian Jacob	
John G Goodson ...
John Boyd	
Robt McLeese 	
S Downes &Co   	
John McLean	
John Boyd 	
Fletcher &MeNaughton
J T Edwards 	
A Clemes	
Wm Insley	
J Hamilton	
J E Insley	
J R Conner	
Mrs W Sinclair	
Thos Penny 	
Str Daisy   	
Str Westminster	
Chas Merritt	
Robt Astleford	
John Austin	
Indian Johnny	
G B Ordano	
J P McDonnell	
A Clemes	
John H McNab	
Peter Clair	
348 85
Bed for
Passage
Meals and beds
Passage,
Meal,
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at Port Moody.
Port Moody to Savona	
at New Westminster	
New Westminster to Port Moody .
at Port Hammond .
Passage of Cons. Stephenson and 4 prisoners, Departure Bay to Nanaimo
do. of prisoner Austin to Nanaimo	
do.    of Cons. Moresby to mouth of Fraser River (special trip) ..
Pulling boat with Cons. Moresby in search of robber, 7 days @ §2 ..
do. do. do. do.
Meal for Constable Shennan	
Horse hire for prisoner Ah Hing at Spallumcheen	
Waggon hire, meals., keep of horse, &c, J. P. PlantaS. M. & Cons. Kier
Meals and beds for Cons. McNeill and prisoner at Port Hammond	
do. do. do.        at Spence's Bridge...
Passage of do. Savona Ferry to Port Hammond..
Meals"for do. at Yale	
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3 50
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2 00
1 60
16 5C
12 50
10 00
2 50
12 50
2 50
5 00
1 00
6 00
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2 50
1 O0
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1 00
3 00
15 0C
13 0C
3 50
38 0C
5 0C
16 5C
20 00
3 50
2 00
7 50
72 00
3 00
3 00
1 50
1 00
3 50
1 50
6 0C
30 00
2 50
3 00
3 00
28 OO
5 BC
5 0C
15 0C
9 0C
1 75
2 50
7 00
17 50
75
3 00
30 00
4 00
4 25
1 50
1 50
4 00
1 50
50
18 00
2 50
1 00
50
2 00
1 00
20 00
14 00
14 00
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1 00
15 50
2 50
1 50
18 00
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4,402 35    53,902 69 50 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1880.
61
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Jno T Edwards	
HB Roycraft	
Do	
John J Russell	
Nicola Bertucei	
Donald McPherson...
Indian Tom	
Jno Farquhar 	
D W Mainguy	
J F Allison	
Chas Bernhardt	
0 A Harthorn	
K Chisholm	
Murdoch & Hill	
Jas Brand	
Teitzel & Norris 	
Indian Pascall	
A 0 Fry	
H Anderson	
Towe & Fransevois (Ind.)
H M McCartney & Co.
J Brand	
T J Stephens	
John Dbugan 	
L H Burton	
N Keows	
M Downing...
NPRR	
K Fry	
A D Wheeler .
A B Fenwick	
David Griffith 	
J E Insley	
J R McDonnell	
John McLennan ....
A Clemes   	
J A Mara	
J T Edwards	
Jos M Wise	
Colonial Hotel	
Munroe & Johnston.
B F Boyce 	
B Claire	
A Clemes   	
J E Insley	
J R McDonnell	
GB Wright	
Chisholm & Salmon .
GB Wright	
J Brant 	
Wm M Brown ..
Colonial Hotel..
Westcott House
John McLennan
Mrs S M Nelson
J J Alexander ..
E 0 Rourke
John McLeod.
Robert Scott..
J H McNab	
Mrs S M Nelson  ..
John McLennan ..
J McDonnell	
J E Insley	
A McDonell	
A Clemes 	
Str Lady Dufferin
Chas Fisher	
Jos James	
W Inslev	
R B Kelly	
Indian Minkin	
Jas Corrigan  ,
do.
do.
do.
do.
Brought forward	
VII -ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES)-Continued.
Vote No. 89.—Transport of Constables and Prisoners.^
Continued.
Meals and bed for Cons. McNeill, Kamloops	
Paidfor canoe hire, expressage,etc.,with confiscated effects   	
Travelling allowance, at Hope, 9 days @ S4	
Carriage hire for Cons. McNeill,Muldoon & pris.,Esquimalt to Victoria .
Boat hire, do. July and August	
Buggy hire for Cons. Kier, Cowichan to Chemainus, & return with pris.
Boat hire for Cons. Mainguy, Chemainus to Oyster Bay	
do. do. to Thetis Island 	
Horse hire, meals, etc	
Provisions and horse hire for Constables and prisoners at Similkameen
Horse hire, steamer fares, meals, etc., for Cons & pris. from      do,
Meals & bed for Cons. Anderson & Miles,with pris. Sproule	
Meals and keep of horse for Cons. Kirkup,with pris. Murphy	
Meals, bed        do. do. do. 	
do. do. do. do.
Horse for Cons. Kirkup, with prisoner Murphy, 15 days @ $'S	
Canoe hire for Cons. Anderson from Boundary to Kootenay Lake..
Assisting in transport of Cons. Anderson after witness, Reg. v. Sproule
Provisions for Con. Anderson with pris. Sproule, en route to
Hire of canoe & Indians   do. do.
Passage and meals, do. do.
Meals <& bed at Oriffin Lake, do.
Meals at Eagle Pass L.,      do. do.
Passage, do. do. Farwell to L. Dalles
Stage fare, meals etc., for Cons. Anderson, Dalles to Falls, returning to
Kootenay	
Meals and bed for Cons. Andersun at Chawhula, returning to Kootenay
do. do. Spokane Falls, do.
Passage for Con. Anderson, Spokane to Sand Pt., returning to Kootenay
Meals and supplies,    do.     Kootenay Lake, do.
Provisions and hire of boat for Cons. Anderson with prisoner Sproule
en route to Wild Horse Cree.v	
Conveying Cons. Anderson from Boundary to Wild Horse Creek	
Supplies tor       do. en route to Kootenay Lake	
Meals and bed for Cons. Kirkup with prisoner, at New Westminster	
Meals for Cons. Monck and prisoner Malott at Port Hammond	
do. do. do.        at Yale	
do. do. do.        at Spence's Bridge	
Passages & meals, do.        Savona to Kamloops	
Meals and beds, do.        at Kamloops	
Stage fares for Constable Shennan and prisoner	
Meals for do. at New Westminster	
Meals & bed for Con. Anderson at Eagle Pass Landing with pris. Sproule
Meals for 3 Constables and 8 prisoners at Nieomin	
do. do. do. Yale	
do. do. 9    do. Spence's Bridge	
Meals and bed fc-r Constable Kirkup	
do. do. at Port Hammond	
Keep of hors "J. Tunstall in pursuit of Brand and Kelly	
Meals, bed ai of horse for G. C. Tunstall and prisoner Brand
and meals        special Constable Fuller at Eagle Pass	
Meals for G. C. Tunstall and prisoners Brand and'Kelly at Summit Lake
Meals, bed and keep of horse for G. C. Tunstall and prisoner Kelly .
Meals for G. C. Tunstall in pursuit of Brand	
Meals and bed for Cons. Alexander taking prisoners to penitentiary
do. do. at Port Hammond	
do. do. at Yale	
do. do. at Spence's Bridge	
Meals, bed and keep of horse, for Cons. Alexander, re robbery at Griffin
Lake, and visit to G. M. Sproat	
Meals, bed and keep of horse for Cons. Smith, Hunter and Cameron
re Eagle Pass rioters  .■ '.
Meals, bed and keep of horse for Cons. Smith, Hunter and Cameron,
re Eagle Pass rioters	
Meals, bed and keep of horse for Cons. Smith, Hunter and Cameron,
re Eagle Pass rioters	
Passage of Cons. Tunstall, with pris. Antoine & Malott, to Hammond..
Meals, do. do. do.
do. do. do. do.
do. do. do. do.
Board and lodging for Cons. Tunstall at New Westminster	
Meal and bed, do.	
do. do.	
Passages, meals and bed for Cons. Alexander, Kamloops to Eagle Pass..
Canoe hire for Cons. Wise, Yale to Hope, and return with prisoner	
Meals and bed do.       and prisoner Hoyt at Hope .-	
do. for Cons. Meyer at Port Moody	
do. do.    Lawrence at Port Moody with prisoner Shea
Canoe hire, do.    Gillies arresting Ah Choey I
Meals and bed, do,    Wise at Hope I
Carried forward.   .... I
$   cts
348 85
4,402 35    53,902
2 50
4 50
86 00
2 50
5 50
12 00
4 00
1 50
13 50
12 80
92 25
24 50
2 00
13 00
7 50
45 00
5 00
6 00
14 90
40 00
36 75
2 00
1 00
10 00
17 00
1 25
1 50
4 70
5 00
13 10
15 00
1 75
4 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
6 00
13 50
11 50
7 00
6 00
6 60
8 00
6 50
2 00
1 50
2 50
11 00
1 50
7 50
2 50
3 00
1 00
1 50
50
17 60
18 50
4 00
15 00
-  54 00
1 50
2 00
1 50
3 50
1 00
50
6 00
6 00
2 50
1 50
2 00
1 50
2 50
5,097 85 62
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886
John McLennan 	
B F Boyce	
Westcott House	
Peter Clair	
M Halloran	
Thos Penny	
John Boyd 	
John McLean	
S Downes & Co	
PCDunlevy..-	
Veith, Borland & Co ...
Thos M Hamilton	
Wm Bovd	
J Chenhall 	
James Campbell   	
A Clemes	
B F Boyce	
J McLennan 	
G Tuttle	
Geo Baillie	
Barnes & Evans	
Wm Morrison   	
Fletcher & NcNaughton
Indian Jacob	
Young & Gray	
James Phair    ....
Geo Francis	
Geo Babbington	
Young & Gray	
Richard Shaw 	
James Corrigan   	
Geo Baillie	
John Peterson	
A McDonnell	
John McLennan	
H B Roycraft	
D W Mainguy 	
Victoria Transfer Co ...
Angel Hotel    ...
John McLean	
Fletcher & McNaughton
John G Goodson	
John Bovd 	
W W Dodd	
Robt McLeese	
Wm Boyd	
C Phair	
Marshall & Smith	
J Pillmore   	
Thos Penny 	
Young & Gray	
Str Daisy	
J Chenowith 	
James Wise	
Wm McKeon	
Indian Jacob	
W H Dempster	
J M Brown	
D W Mainguy	
Royal Hotel	
Victoria Transfer Co ...
Do.
Do.
Str Cariboo Fly	
Jos McPhee.	
Jos Romes.	
W Cameron	
Ferguson & Newlands  .
Frank Crotty	
Richard Saunders   	
Alex J Coutlie	
John T Edwards	
Do. 	
Samuel Seens	
W Allan  	
Edward Connor	
Indian Yackas	
Do.    Moon	
Do.    Peter and 2 others
Thos Penny	
VTI-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES) — Continued.
Vote No. 89.—Transport of Constables and Prisoners. —
Continued.
Meals for Constable Hussey and prisoner Wilson at Yale..   ..
Meals, do.       do. do.        Nicomen .
Meals and bed for     do.       do.   returning to Spence's Bridge
do. do.       do.     at Yale	
do. and keep of horse for Constable Mainguy	
Hire of Str. Nellie bringing prisoners from Departure Bay to Nanaimo
Meals for Constable Lindsay with prisoner	
do. do. do. Quesnelle	
do. do. do. Australian Ranch
Meals and bed, Cons. Lindsay with prisoner at Soda Creek
5,097 85
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Meal for
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
150-Mile House. .
100-Mile House .
70-Mile House . .
Clinton	
Cache Creek ...
Spence's Bridge.
Nieomin	
Yale	
do.
do.
do,
do
do,
do.
do.
do.
at Yale	
at Lytton	
at Ashcroft  	
134-Mile House	
at Stanley	
Horse hire for Constable Kier sundry times    	
Meals, bed and' keep of horse for Constable Kier sundry times	
do. do. and stage fare, Con. Brooks at Goldst'm
Buggy hire for Con. Campbell to Elk Lake in search of Colman	
Boat hire for use of Constables in Esquimalt Harbour	
Meals for Constable Mainguy	
Carriag-e hire for Supt. Roycraft	
Freight from Hope to Granite Creek for Con. Swan	
Board for Constable Muldoon at fall Assize, Lytton	
Passage of do. Lytton to Port Hammond	
Meals and bed       do. at Port Hammond	
do. do. at Yale	
Paid for carriage sundry times $2.50, freight on steamer SI.75	
Hire of horse at Chemainus -	
Horse and buggy hire for constables	
Meals and bed "for Constable Kier in Victoria	
Meals for prisoner at Quesnelle	
do.    Con. St. Laurent and prisoner, Stanley	
Meals and bed,        do.       and prisoners	
Meals, do. do. Cottonwood	
Passage of do.       Quesnelle to Barkervilie & return	
Meals for prisoner at Soda Creek	
Board while acting as Spec. Con., Regina v. Twentyman & Jacky, 40 ds
Horse hire for Sheriff Phair at Clinton Assize	
Meals, bed and keep of horse, Sheriff Phair at Clinton Assize	
Horse hire for Spec. Con. Gilmore, re arrest of F. Savona, 2 ds. @ 82.50
Passage of Con. Stephenson and prisoner from Departure Bay to Nan'mo
Meals for prisoner Loyd at Chemainus	
Passage of prisoner Fairfax, Chemainus to Nanaimo	
Boat hire for Constable Drake with prisoners from Nanaimo River
Stage fare, meals and bed for Special Constable Christopher	
Board and lodging for Constable Mainguy in Victoria 	
Horse hire for Constable Kier, sundry times 	
Board of Constable Lewis at Skeena, 2£ weeks @ S5	
Meals and bed for Constable Anderson and prisoner on Salt Spring Isl'd
Horse hire	
Board for Constable Beckensell at Nanaimo	
Horse hire for Special Constable James arresting Indians
Keep of horse for Constable Mainguy —	
Team hire for Constable Kier to Saanich and Esquimalt..
Passages and meals for Con. Beckensell and prisoner, Comox to Nan'mo
Provisions supplied to Cons. McNeill on trip to Salmon River
Horse hire for Supt. Roycraft from Hope	
Horse hire for Special Constable Cameron to Similkameen ...
Meal and bed for Constable Swan at Savona	
Meals, do.        at Van Home	
Horse hire, do.  .    Savona to Similkameen	
Meals, bed and keep of horse for Constable Swan	
Hire and keep of horse for Constable Hunter	
Board and lodging for Constable Kirkup at Kamloops Assize .
Taking prisoner Kelly from Griffin Lake to Farwell	
Tent, $12.50; keep of horse, etc., for Constable Swan, $7.50 ..
Fixing tent at Granite Creek	
5 days with Cons. McNeill from Comox to Salmon River	
do. do. do. do	
4 days do. Cape Mudge       do.        canoe hire $6..
Sundry steamer fares for Con. Stephenson and pris." from Departure Bay
Carried forward.
53,902 69
1 00
1 00
1 50
2 60
2 60
2 50
2 26
1 50
2 25
2 50
2 25
4 75
1 00
2 50
1 50
2 00
1 00
2 60
3 00
2 00
2 00
50
75
20 00
15 00
15 50
6 00
2 00
1 00
1 50
10 00
9 00
10 75
1 00
.
2 50
4 26
7 50
26 25
3 50
50
1 50
•2 7g
1 50
20 00
3 00
40 00
3 00
6 00
5 00
75
1 00
1 00
3 25
2 00
4 75
20 00
12 50
1 75
17 50
7 60
2 50
2 00
8 60
11 60
29 13
10 00
16 50
1 00
1 00
15 00
4 00
9 50
13 00
5 00
20 00
3 00
7 50
7 50
24 00
8 00
5,630 73
63,902 69 50 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
68
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
cts.        $   cts.
Johnny and Harry (Ind.)
Str Du'nsmuir	
Thos Hall 	
RWatkins	
J E Jenkins  	
E Hodgson	
A Mayer & Co	
Indian Peter	
Do.    Joe	
C Lewis	
John Dalby	
Indians, George & Jacob
W Croft	
T Yardley	
R Woodham	
G Francis	
J McAuslau	
H B Roycraft	
Colonial Hotel, New W.,
GEneas (Indian)	
Crotty & Bowers.. ......
F Boyce 	
J J Alexander	
C L Queen	
Jas Phair 	
W Miller	
Driard House	
G P Jones 	
T H Richardson	
C A Nichols	
E O'Rourke	
R Scott i	
WT T Leftwick	
T W Barnes	
A W Revesbech	
R S Conner	
P Clairy	
S M Nelson	
Crotty & Bowers	
E M Fursternau	
J Duck	
D McEdwards	
A J Kirkpatrick	
J T Edwards	
Leighton's Express	
L Bercier	
Young & Gray	
D W Mainguy 	
A J Tolmie   	
Str R Dunsmuir	
G Watkins	
T Penny   	
Indian Chuckate	
J J Wilson 	
P Carey	
R A McMorran	
J M Wise	
J James ...   	
G Baillie	
LHautier	
Enrico Andre	
J R McDonnell 	
J McLennan	
A Clemes  	
J T Edwards	
Jno McKay	
G Francis 	
Chris King 	
G Babbington	
J T Howard	
Indian George	
Driard House	
Victoria Transfer Co	
Occidental Hotel	
Brough t forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION  OF JUSTICE (OTHER  THAN
SALARIES).— Con tinned.
Vote No   89.—Transport of Constables and Prisoners.—
Continued.
Canoe hire for Con. Drake to Comox and back, after prisoner McLennan
Charter of steamer 1 day with Con. McNeill and assistant, provision
etc., after Indian  	
Buggy hire for Con. Drake with prisoner from Wellington	
Board and lodging for Con. Beckensell & Special Con. ClifTe at Nanaimo
do. do. Con. Mainguy at Nanaimo Assize	
Meat for Con. Beckensell and Spec. ClifTe with Indian going to Corhox..
Provisions, do. do. do.
Labour in boat to North Arm and back with Special Constable Owens.
do. do. do. 	
Boat hire for Con. Huntley with prisoner from Moodyville	
Horse and buggy hire for constables on duty, sundry times	
Hire of horse for Con. Kier, do	
Carriage for constable to Craigflower, do	
Hire of boat for Con. Campbell	
do. do.	
do.    hack for Supts. Roycraft & Bloomfield, re cattle stealing, 2 days
do.     boat for Con. Campbell, sundry times	
Paid for carriage and express hire, sundry times	
Board and lodging for constables at New Westminster	
Services with canoe for Con. McNeill to Salmon River, 13 days @ 83 ..
Meals and bed for Con. Alexander at Savona	
Meals for constables and prisoners at Nicomin, sundry times	
Paid fare, Kamloops to Savona, and Port Moody to New Westminster..
Stare fare of Con. McNeill to Goldstream and return	
Meals for do. at       do. 	
Horse feed for Cons. McNeill and Campbell, at Saanich	
Board and lodging for Gaoler Moresby, re Regina «. Malott	
Expenses, re Regina v. Reilly and Sullivan 	
do. do. 	
Board and lodging for Con. Redgrave, at Donald  	
Meals, bed, and horse feed for Con. Cameron, in pursuit of Brand	
Fare, etc., J. C. Tunstall and prisoners, Quilchena to Kamloops	
Board, lodging, and horse feed for Con. Cameron, at Granite Creek,
searching for Eagle Pass rioters '	
Meals and bed for Con. Rodd at Van Home	
do. do. Yale	
Special stage for Con. Rodd and prisoner, Port Moody to New Westminster, and return of constable.	
Meal for Con. Rodd and prisoner at Yale	
do. do. do. Spence's Bridge	
Meals and bed, do. Savona	
Meals for Con. Bercier and prisoner	
do. do. do.	
Keep of horse for Con. Bercier arresting Thibedean	
Meals and bed           do.             and prisoners, and for constable return.
do. do. do. at Kamloops	
Fare, Con. Bercier & prisoners, Priest's V. to Kamloops, & ret: rn of con.
Hire of horse for Con. Bercier, 3 days at $1.00	
Meals for prisoner Helett at Chemainus .. .,	
Horse hire and expenses arresting Helett, escaped from custody ,	
Board & lodging for Cons. Stewart and Stephenson at New Westminster
Passage and meals,           do.                     do.            and provisions, Nanaimo to New Westminster, and return of constables	
Board and lodging' for Con. McNeill at Nanaimo	
Passage of Con. Stephenson and prisoners between Departure Bay and
Nanaimo, sundry times	
Conveying Con. McNeill to Salmon River to arrest Tataguna, 5 d. @ #2
Paid expenses taking two prisoners to New Westminster	
Fare, Con. Shennan, New Westminster to Port Moody t	
Conveying prisoners to penitentiary ' '	
Fare of constables and prisoners between Port Moody and New West
minster, sundry times	
Meals and bed for Con. Wise at Hope	
Board and lodging for Con. Hussey at Lytton .,	
Hire of team for Con. Burr, arresting Dunn and Doyle	
Hire of hand-car and Indian crew, re murder of Holloway .:..	
Meals for constables and prisoners at Port Hammond, sundry times. ..
Meals, etc.,     do. do. Yale, do.
do. do. do. Spence's Bridge, do.
do. do. do. Kamloops. do.
Expenses incurred, re arrest of supposed murderers of Holloway	
Hire of hack for Supt. Roycraft	
Stage fares of constables and prisoners, sundry times	
Hire of boat for Con. Campbell, do	
do.     buggy and stage for constables and prisoners, sundry times ...
do.     horse for Con. Kier, sundry times	
Board and lodging for Gaoler Moresby	
Hire of hack during Victoria Assize, 17 days @ $8	
Board and lodging for Con. Kier	
Carried, forward.
IJ
388 85
5,630 85 53,902 69
15 00
56 75
5 50
6 00
7 50
1 61
1 13
1 50
1 50
2 00
11 00
17 50
4 00
2 00
2 00
15 00
4 50
5 75
44 50
39 00
1 50
6 50
3 50
1 00
50
1 00
31 75
24 00
24 00
12 00
3 50
11 50
7 50
1 50
1 50
6 00
1 00
1 00
3 00
1 50
50
1 00
4 50
3 00
28 50
3 00
75
3 00
7 50
27 00
4 00
4 50
10 00
14 50
1 00
1 50
26 00
4 75
20 75
5 00
12 50
38 00
19 00
20 00
46 00
7 00
5 00
5 00
2 50
3 75
7 50
8 25
136 00
3 50
6,502 97 53,902 64
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
S   cts.
8   cts.
£   cts.
388 85
6,502 97
60 00
3 50
1 00
36 00
21 00
4 50
1 50
2 50
5 00
5 00
22 50
28 00
8 00
38 87
4 00
2 00
12 00
4 00
1 00
25 00
12 00
6 00
7 00
1 50
2 50
52 00
10 60
22 50
20 00
6 00
5 00
4 00
6 25
4 00
4 00
6 00
75
10 50
42 50
88 50
12 60
i 00
10 50
4 75
6 50
56 00
6 00
5 00
14 00
3 00
6 00
2 50
1 50
9 75
1 00
10 00
28 50
1 60
4 50
1 50
7 50
5 50
7 00
2 50
2 50
1 00
10 00
3 00
2 00
2 50
8 00
19 00
53,902 69
VII.-ADMINTSTRATION OP JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).—Continued.
Vote No. 59.—Transport of Constables and Prisoners.—
Continued.
Board, lodging, horse hire and feed, etc., for Con. Kier and Mainguy,
D W Mainguy	
Board and lodging for Con. Brvden and prisoners	
Fare of Con. Bercier and prisoner to Kamloops, and return of constable
J Duck .          	
RB Kelly	
Meals; for prisoners at Maple Ridge	
Furnishing men and supplies for search of Con. Shennan and party,
Indians, Tom & Jack	
Conveying Con. Stewart to Howe Sound, re search for Myers & Oliver.
Do	
Fare of constable and prisoner between Granvilleand N.W,sundry times
S R Conner	
Charter for Con. Shennan and specials to N. Arm, re murder of Robson
Fare, Con. Shennan and prisoners bet. Pt. Moody and N.W., sundry times
Hire of boat for Con. McNeill at Comox,                                 6 days @ $1
J W Wise	
R Watkins...	
Fares of Con. Stephenson and prisoners. Departure Bay to Nanaimo...
Meals, bed. horse hire and feed for Cons. Kier and Mainguy and others,
H Philpott	
Passage, meals, and bed, Con. Freckleton aud prisoners, Chemainus to
Indian George	
G Bartlett	
Hire of horse for Con. Kier, sundry times .	
J S Sheppard	
Hire of boat for constable, Comox to Dep. Bay and return, 2d. @ §2.50
Rowing to San Juan, re escape of Indian outlaw,                2    ,,    2.50
Hire of boat, re escape of Indian outlaw,                                2^   ,,     2.50
Assisting con. in search for murderer of Dring and Miller,  2     ,,     2
do.                             do.                             do.                2     ,,     2
Hire of boat for Con. Anderson, re murder       do.                2     ,,     2.50
Services as guide for Con. Mainguy, re murder of Dring and Miller ....
Hire of canoe and crew,        do.                       do.                    do.              ....
Hire of horse, re murder of Dring and Miller, etc.,              17 d. @ 32.50
Meals, bed, horse hire, feed, etc., for Cons. Kier, Mainguy, and others,
A C Anderson	
J S Sheppard	
H Mahon	
Do	
S Gray	
G Sturret	
Services as guide, etc., for Supt. Roycraft, visiting Indian ranches ...
Canoe hire for Supt. Roycraft, Cowichan to Saanich,  re murder of
Paid for hire of canoe and crew for Supt. Roycraft, re murder of Dring
Fare of Supt. Roycraft, Victoria to Maple Bay, and Nanaimo to Victoria
Str Teaser	
H B Roycraft	
Do.
Travelling allowance,                                                                     14 days @ $i
Do.
Leighton's Express	
Lambly Bros	
Hire of team to convey prisoners, South Nicola to Nicola Lake	
Str Lady Dufferin 	
D M Edwards	
Meals,                       do.      Neelands,          do.      Ind'n Jacob, escaped
Board, lodging, etc., for constables,             do.                 do.
Meals for Con. Dewdney, making enquiries re escape of Indian Jacob..
W H Eastwood	
J A & S A Shubert
Fare of Con. Dewdney and pris. Jacob to Kamloops, and return of Con.
A J Kirkpatrick	
C Phair	
W W Keatley    	
Hire of horse, taking prisoners Lillooet to Clinton, and ret'n of constable
Meals, bed, and feed for horse, for Constable Phair and prisoners	
do.                       do.                           do.                 do.        	
do.                       do.                           do.                 do.        	
do.                         do.                             do.                  do	
Conveying Con. Smith and specials across Little Shuswap, re stabbing
Marshall & Smith	
Jno Martley	
Indian Francois	
Meals and beds for Con. Smith and specials, re stabbing at Scotch C'k.
Hire of canoe,                    do.                           do.                    do.
Hire of 4 horses,                do.                       returning from    do.
Working hand-car, re arrest of J. Todd 	
Indian Billy	
C E Williams	
C E Beebe	
R Scott
Do.
388 85
7,346 34
63,902 69 50 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
65
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
cts.
9   cts.
9   cts.
J Duck	
H M McDonald .
Brought forward	
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).- Continued.
Vote No. 59.—Transport of Constables and. Prisoners.—
Continued.
Meals for Con. Smith and 3 specials, to and from Scotch Creek	
388 85
7,846 34
4 00
50
1 75
2 00
21 00
4 00
8 50
5 00
6 00
3 50
6 50
10 00
6 50
2 00
5 00
8 00
2 00
10 00
75
17 50
8 50
1 50
2 00
12 50
2 00
1 50
1 50
1 50
1 00
1 50
1 50
1 50
40 00
2 50
17 50
19 45
3 75
5 00
75
2 50
16 00
19 00
1 75
15 00
12 00
11 50
18 50
4 50
13 75
4 00
2 50
5 75
7 05
8 00
9 00
4 50
11 84
10 00
10 00
45 00
12 00
29 45
1 50
2 00
3 75
50
b 00
75
75
7 25
8 00
21 00
22 45
3 00
53,902 69
Fare of Con. Hussey and prisoners, Pt. Moody to N. W.3 and ret'n of con.
do.          Stephenson     do.        bet. Dep. Bay & Nanaimo, sun. times
Indian Chief Pierre	
J Lashell ■ - - ■
Fare of Con. Stanner and prisoner, Pt. Moody to N, W., and ret'n of con.
W R Lewis	
Special stage trip for Officers Moresby and Campbell and prisoners	
Meals and hire of boat for Con. Shennan and specials, re murder of Robson
Fare, Con. Wilson and special, New Westminster to Port Moody	
S R Conner	
Victoria Transfer Co	
do.    hack             do.       to Saanich, re murder of Dring and Miller..
N VV Campbell  	
do     waggon and team for Con. Mainguy and S. M. Planta, searching
Hire of canoe for Cons. Kier and Mainguy and S. M. Planta, arresting
Indian Charley	
Hire of canoe and crew for Con. Anderson to Salt Spring Island	
H H & D Shuttleworth..
Paid for sundry fares, meals, etc., when acting as special con. at Hope
Provisions for Con. Anderson visiting Essington and Metlakatlah	
do.                         do.                             do.                     do	
M N Bechtel	
Services with team conveying prisoner to lock-up, Salt Spring Island..
Travelling allowance visiting American Islands, re murder of Dring and
S M Lewis	
Expenses of Con. Lewis to Utsalady, W. T., and return, re murder of
H B Roycraft	
Board & lodg. for men at S. Juan search, for murderer of Dring & Miller
Services among American Islands,     do.              do.                  do.
W E Wanless	
Board and horse feed for Con. Derwent and prisoner at Quilchena. ,,
do.              do.       and meals for Con. Derwent, in charge of prisoner
Fare of Con. Hussey and prisoners, P- Moody to N. West, & ret. of con.
do.     horses for Indian constable and prisoners, Canoe Ck. to Clinton
do.                            do.                          do.                         do.
Provisions for Con. Redgrave going to Wild Horse to arrest A. Campbell
do.                  do.               and prisoner returning from Wild Horse
Do.   Lincoln	
R Lang & Son 	
S Redgrave	
Hire of horses for Con. Redgrave and G. M. Spragge, proceeding to
A P Lessure	
C R & N Co 	
Victoria Transfer Co ....
Tacoma Hotel    	
do.                       do.             at Tacoma, W. T	
WC &B Transfer Co....
NPRR	
Thompson House	
NPRR	
Sundry fares for Con. Anderson between Spokane, S. Point & Rathdrum
Stage fare for          do.             to and from Rathdrum and Ccsur d'Aliene
W Ennis 	
388 85
7,945 78
53,902 69 66
Public Accounts, 1st July. 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
$   cti.
Brought forward.
E L Weeks & Co	
H Baldwin	
E Bray	
Ind's, David & Alexander
W R Lewie	
P E Runnery	
R A Johnson 	
G Howison . .   	
W J Ferguson	
Indian Napela	
J M Anam  	
J James	
Chung Kee	
E Devise	
W JTaylor	
Peter Audap 	
Indian Tom	
T Penny	
Indian Qualieum Tom...
J O'Brian	
Hirst Bros	
Jno Boyd	
Jno McLean	
R McLeese	
E Humphries	
Veith & Borland	
W Boyd   	
Marshall & Smith	
S Downes & Co	
T Hamilton	
G Francis	
W G Bowman 	
Do	
John Moore.  	
J oe Levy	
Jno Dalby	
Indian Jim	
Do	
D W Mainguy	
N Dickey	
Indian Charley	
E J Tronson	
Jacob Duck 	
E M Furstenau	
A J Kirkpatrick	
Dan Falvey	
O Vitzthum	
J Miles	
J A Sinclair	
J Miles  	
S Crowl	
E Forrester	
A Kevesbeck	
J Hay	
J F Fromme	
W R Lewis	
Indian Charley	
J Corrigan	
J James	
Indian Pierre	
H H D Shuttleworth ....
J Corrigan	
H Hunter	
Ezra Cook	
W Le Ballister	
Thos Penny	
Str R Dunsmuir	
Hirst Bros	
C Minckler	
HB Roycraft	
W Smith	
Mah-Too	
Wah-Kash	
W Hunt	
Kiraw-Kiraw-Tis	
Andrew Wilson	
W G Bowman	
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).- Continued.
Vote No. 59.—Transport of Constables and Prisoners.
Continued.
Supplies for Cons. Anderson and 2 Indian packers	
Meals and bed,        do. at Sand Point	
Supplies, do. and 2 Indians, en route to Wild Horse
Packing, do. Sand Point to Wild Horse	
Special stage trips for Officer Moresby to Burrard Inlet, re murder of
Ah Song- and Yonk    	
Meals and bed for Con. Wilson at New Westminster	
Express hire for Officer Moresby and prisoner	
Meals for do. Wilson, and prisoner, at Maple Ridge
Carrying message to Harrison River, re assault on Mrs. Bulger
Working hand-car for constable, do. do.
do. do. do. do.
Meals and bed for Officer Moresby at Hope, do. do.
do. 3 Chinese prisoners at Hope,     do. do.
Meals for Officer Moresby and prisoners at Nicomin, do.
Meals and bed for   do. do. Yale, do. do.
Hire of team, do. do.    re exhuming body of Ah Foon..
Services with canoe for Con. Miller	
Sundry fares of cons, and prisoners between Departure B. and Nanaimo
Meals and horse feed for Con. Stephenson at Qualieum	
Hire of buggy for Con. Stewart, re murder of Dring and Miller	
Meals, bed, and horse feed for Con. Stephenson at Englishman's River
do.       for constable and prisoner at Cottonwood	
do. do. do. Quesnelle	
do. do. do. Soda Creek	
Watching prisoner at Soda Creek one night	
Meals for constables and prisoners at 150-Mile House	
do. do. do.    - 70        do	
Meals and bed for J. Bowron at Clinton    	
do. do. prisoner, at Australian Ranch	
do. do. do. 100-Mile House	
Horse and buggy for Con. Campbell, twice	
Stage fare for Con. Campbell and prisoners, sundry times	
Hire of horse and buggy for constables, sundry times	
Services on steamer with Supt. Roycraft, re murder of Dring and Miller
Meals for Constable Kier at Victoria	
Stage fares, etc, for Constables, sundry times 	
Hire of horse for Constable Owen, 6 days @ $1
do. do.      Kier, sundry times	
do. do.     Mainguy,    do	
Hire of boat & crew conveying   do.    to Thetis Island and back
Hire of horse for Constable Kier, sundry times	
Hire of team conveying Constables and prisoners to Okanagan Mission
Meals for do. do	
do. do. do.      at Spallumcheen..
do.       and beds. do. do.      at Grand Prairie..
do.       Constable Falvey at Granite Creek 	
Hire of horse for       do.      in pursuit of L. Anderson	
Expenses, horse hire, etc., searching for stolen goods at Griffin Lake
do.       incurred in re-arrest of Tanner, escaped	
do. do.    taking prisoner from Farwell to Donald	
Hire of horse, &c., for Con. Cameron searching for escaped pris. Hastie
Meals and bed for Constable Kirkup at Eagle Pass	
do. do Yale	
Hire of horse for Constable Miles searching for Wilson	
Meals and bed for Con. Fromme, Port Moody, re Post Office robbery
Hire of buggy for constables, sundry times	
Hire of canoe for Constable Wise and prisoner, Yale to Hope	
Meals, bed and ferriage,       do. '      do.      at Hope	
do. do. do. do	
Hire of canoe and crew conveying prisoners (twice) 	
Expenses searching for and arresting Ah Chin, re assault on Mrs. Bulger
Meals, bed and ferriage for Constable Wise at Hope ..
Conveying constable, etc., Hunterville to Hope	
Hire of boat for Constables Tranfleld and Duncan to Hornby  Island,
searching for Indian Bill *	
Horse and buggy hire for constable in Nanaimo Dist., sundry times
Fares for Constable Stephenson and prisoners between Departure Bay
and Nanaimo, sundry times	
Passage and meals for constable and prisoner, Comox to Nanaimo ...
Meals, bed and horse feed for Con. Stephenson at Englishman's River
Expenses of Constable Minckler pursuing Wilson	
Paid for sundry expess and carriage hire	
Meals for constables searching Peer Island, re murder of Dring & Miller
Hire of canoe for Constable McNeill to Knights Inlet, do.
do. do. at Hosekemoo do.
Assisting Con. McNeill conveying Chinese pris. to Beaver H., do.
do.             searching at Garch-kivil-tack,
Assisting Supt. Roycraft at San Juan Island,
Sundry stage fares for constable and prisoners	
do.
do.
Carried forward.
7,945 78    53,902 69
17 45
19 50
9 80
50 00
10 00
4 50
1 00
1 50
60
2 00
2 00
2 50
3 i5
1 OU
6 00
10 00
1 00
8 75
2 00
1 50
4 00
3 50
3 50
5 50
3 00
2 26
1 50
3 00
2 25
4 50
7 00
29 26
7 50
10 00
2 00
12 00
6 00
20 00
26 00
2 00
15 00
24 00
1 00
1 00
4 50
1 60
6 00
18 50
8 50
15 60
16 50
1 00
50
3 00
2 60
10 00
4 00
6 50
2 00
8 00
6 00
8 76
4 00
5 00
18 00
2 60
8 00
4 00
3 50
3 50
2 50
34 00
2 00
5 00
16 00
27 00
9 25
8,546 38    63,902 89 50 Vic.
Public Accounts,. 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
67
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
*   cts.
$   cts.
S   cts.
S92 86
8,546 38
7 50
10 00
5 00
2 00
1 50
S 00
20 00
2 50
81 00
1 00
7 50
5 00
10 00
1 60
8 50
1 00
1 00
7 00
4 25
1 00
12 00
28 50
16 98
48 00
60
2 50
10 38
26 00
6 00
5 00
881 00
15 40
8 00
8 00
7 60
61 00
1 00
1 00
7 60
28 60
3 00
1 50
12 60
12 50
1 60
1 60
6 00
2 60
2 60
17 50
2 50
4 25
2 60
8 00
6 00
21 60
26 00
1 00
2 00
8 00
11 00
50 00
4 00
1 00
8 60
5 00
1 26
2 00
1 00
1 25
50
2 50
6 00
50
1 00
6 00
68,902 69
j Kier                  	
VII.-ADMINISTRAT10N 01' JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).-Co«*m««7.
Vote No. 59.—Transport of Constables and Prisoners.—
Continued.
do.                         do.           re murder of Bring- and Miller   	
Indian Charley	
Squire Hilton	
Gray & Dumbleton	
do.    steamer "Spitfire" for Supt. Roycraft and specials, re murder
Do	
Hire of horse & buggy and assisting Con. Kier searching Kimper's house
Passage and meals for       do.        and prisoners, Chemainus to Victoria
G Millington	
C King	
H B Roycraft  	
R D S Grant     	
Meals and bed for Constable Grant in charge of prisoners at Chemainus
A Bullock	
Supplies for Cons, with Supt. Roycraft, re murder of Dring and Miller
Assisting       do.    Hunt and McNeill at Knights Inlet,       do.
D W Mainguy	
Alert Bay Canning Co ..
Provisions for Con. McNeill at Alert Bay, re murder of Bring' and Miller
Services with canoe       do.           do.     ' 10 days @ §2.50          do.
Conveying Chinese prisoner from Hoskemoo to Beaver Harbour	
Services with canoe with Con. McNeill, Alert Bay to Beaver Harbour..
Charter of steamer " Hope,'  9 days @ $35 = §315 ; meals for constables
Kah-an-tah-tis	
W P Say ward	
M Feak 	
R H Hall	
D W Mainguv	
Victoria Transfer Co
Services as boatman     do.                                    do.                8 days @ $1
Hire of boat for            do.                                    do.                8   ,,          1
Hire of horse for Con. Maing'uy, re murder of Dring and Miller	
Hack hire, sundry times, for constables §27; transfer of prisoners to
T Wood	
Schubert's Express	
C Phair 	
Fare of Con. Dew7dney and prisoners to Kamloops, and return of con..
do.                do.       Harry,          do,           §7.50; allow'ceforfood,#5
do.               do.       Jimmy,        do.            7.50;          do.              5
Robt Walker	
do.                 do.        Louis,            do.           §3; allowance for food, S2
do.                     do.        Sheriff Phair, attending- Clinton Assizes ...
do.                     do.                  do.                  do.                     do.
W H Keatley	
Marshall & Smith	
J Corrigan	
Alex Byrum	
Hire of men working- hand-car for Stephenson, J. P., and Con. Hussey.
R Scott	
G Clapperton	
Jno Nelson	
do.               as special constable to Otter Flat and Pike Lake . ..
E Forrester	
Teitzel & Morris	
GB Wright	
W LLeBallister	
Hire of horse                         do.                attending Kamloops Assize....
Supplies for Con. Miles and specials, pursuing Wilson on Columbia Riv.
Hire of canoe for Con. Stewart, searching for Indian liquor sellers..
Board and lodging     do.           in Victoria in charge of prisoners......
Stage hirefor conveyance of drunken Indians from Wellington	
Fare, Con. Stephenson and prisoners, Departure Bay to Nanaimo
F J Dowler	
T Penny	
C Karst	
Indian Jack   	
Fare, Con. Stephenson and prisoners, net. Departure Bay and Nanaimo
W Philpott	
J Webb	
J O'Brien	
Munroe & Dunlap	
Mrs Wilkinson	
J O'Brien 	
Stage hire for constables to Wellington to arrest Chinamen for illegal
892 35
9,672 64
58,002 69 68
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$    cts.
*   ets.
R E Armstrong	
T Ellis	
F Surprise	
S M Walker	
H Schultz	
E Lequime	
S Adler 	
J Anderson	
J Chartres	
G McCorkery	
E O'Rourke 	
R Scott	
G B Scmitto	
Pat Duffy	
C P Bloomneld	
H H D Shuttleworth ....
W Hall	
R Campbell 	
Indian Jack	
H Johnston	
Str Gladys	
J Gates	
J Huntley	
W Preston	
TF James	
C Bartlett	
Str Gladys	
J Gates	
J M Wise  	
A Burns    	
W J Taylor	
Evans Blig-h	
Marshall & Smith	
J Mundorf	
F Crotty 	
S R Conner	
A Burns	
Str Gladys	
J W Sinclair	
W R Lewis	
J C Hughes	
J Kirkup	
Hall & Lowe	
W B Morris, J P	
J G Sutton	
T McAuley	
Indian Jim	
Do.   Paddy	
FC Marshall	
Jas H Woolery	
John Beaven	
A M Spragge	
American Consul	
C A Congdon	
P^E Irving, DepAty-Gen
Bo.
Do.
Do.
W McNeill, Jr	
Do	
NPRR	
Str Geo E Starr	
Chas Sheefer	
M Dainard.	
E T Johnston	
W J Harrison	
A Aldin	
J Duggan 	
James Maloney	
J Kirkup	
Brought forward.
VII.-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER THAN
SALARIES).- Continued.
Vote No. 59.
-Transport of Constables and Prisoners.
Concluded.
do.
Penticton.
do.
Caremeas Ck
do.
9-mile Ck
do.
Okanagan Mis
do.
Okanagan Mis
do.
Granite Ck
do.
do.
Meals and keep of horse for Con. Hines and pris'r Montieth at Keremeous
do. do,
Hire of horse do.
Meal and bed do,
Shoeing horses do.
Meals, bed, and horse feed do.
do. do. do.
Feed for horses do.
Hire of horse, taking prisoner from Nicola to Kamloops  '
Meals and bed for Con. Stanner at Port Moody     I
Meals, bed, and horse feed for Con. Chartres and prisoner, at Quilchena
do. do. do. Nicula...
Conveying Con. Smith, Tunstall, and prisoners, Kamloops to Savona,.
Hire of horse for Con. Smith, re house robbery	
Pd. Indian for hire of canoe, Ft. Rupert, re murder of Dring and Miller
Expenses of Con. Shuttleworth, Agassiz to Popeum 	
Board and lodging for Con. Hall, at Chilliwhack	
do. McNeill, at New Westminster	
Conveying Con. Huntley to Moodyville :
Stage hire for Con. McBroom to Mud Bay, tu arrest McCullum	
Fare and meal, Con. Shuttleworth, Hope to Agassiz	
Conveying prisoners between court house and gaol j
Paid for meal at New Westminster	
Stage fare, Con. Hayward and prisoner, Vancouver to New Westminster, and return of constables   ■
Stage fare, Cons. Owens,  Huntley and prisoners, Vancouver to New!
Westminster, and return of constables t '■
Meals and bed for Con. Wilson at Chilliwhack	
Fare and meals, Con. Wilson, Maple Ridge to Chilliwhack I
Conveying prisoners to gaol	
Sundry stage fares of Con. Shennan bet. Pt. Moody and New Westmin.
Stage fare, constable and prisoners, Vancouver to New Westminster,
and return of constable	
Meals and beds for Officer Moresby, special, and prisoners at Yale	
do. and fare on hand-car, Officer Moresby and prisoners . ..
Board and lodging for Officer Moresby at Clinton, during Assize	
Meals for Officer Moresby and prisoner	
do. do. at Savona	
Stag'e fares for constables and prisoners between Port Moody and New
Westminster Gaol, sundry times	
Conveying prisoners from Coquitlam to New Westminster	
Fares of Cons. Gibson, Murray, and prisoners, Hope to New Westmin'r
Expenses of Con. Sinclair, taking prisoner from Mission to do.
Stage fare and buggy hire for constables and prisoners, sundry times.
Vote No. (iO.—Miscellaneous.
Services as Deputy Registrar of Supreme Court on circuit, Kootenay
District, 39 days @ 35	
Extra allowance (for change of station), 6 months @ $20	
1 dozen photographs of supposed murderer	
Allowance for expenses holding J. P. Court at Matsqui	
Making plan of Blue Bell mine and vicinity, re murder of Hammill.., .
Copying evidence and documents, Regina v. Malott	
Cleaning Court-house and gaol at Spence's Bridge	
Messenger, do. do. 	
Engrossing 40 folios record, Regina v. Malott	
Paid services of two men in Seattle in search of Crane	
Sawdust for Court-room, Nanaimo Assize	
Professional services in connection with extradition of "Bull Dog" Kelly
Consular certificate for use at St. Paul, re   do. do.
Professional services at St. Paul in connection with do.
Fare, etc., Victoria to St. Paul and return, re do.
Allowance for expenses at St. Paul, re do.
Paid fare, etc., of witness J. Duggan, Victoria to St Ptul, re      do.
Paid for copying evidence, telegrams, printing, etc., do.
Fare, etc., Victoria to St. Paul and return, do.
Sheriff appoint, to take charge of Kelly if extradited,118 d.@ $2.50 do.
Meals, bed, etc., for Con. Kirkup & wit. bet. Tacoma & St. Paul, do.
do, do. do. do. do.
Witness fee, do.
do. @ 32 per day, and travelling expenses to St. Paul,  do.
do. do. do. do. do.
do. 18 d. @ $3,.* 54; do. $39.50 • do.
do. 190   „     2,   380; do. 50.00 do.
do. 158   „    2,   316; do. 50.00 do.
do. 190   ,,    2,   380 ; and trav. exp. from St. Paul, $145, do.
Paid exp. of witnesses, J Duggan and A. Aldin, St. Paul to Vic. do.
Carried forward	
392 35
9,572 64
68,902 69
■
•i 00
11 50
13 00
4 60
8 00
0 50
4 00
8 00
8 00
1 00
3 00
4 00
20 00
1 00
1 50
1 60
6 00
7 00
1 50
6 00
2 50
1 00
50
3 00
e 00
4 00
5 00
2 50
4 00
3 00
20 00
10 00
12 00
1 50
1 00
14 00
3 00
9 00
12 50
9 00
9,810 14
195 00
120 00
4 00
16 00
12 60
3 00
1 25
3 76
4 00
20 00
2 00
800 00
10 00
840 00
236 63
184 50
131 IS
253 46
231 35
282 50
61 26
5 00
22 50
444 50
475 00
93 50
430 00
366 00
525 00
168 00
39! 35
5,940 80
63,712 83 50 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
69
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
»   cts.
J Kirkup	
NPRR	
R & N Co 	
St. James' Hotel, St Paul
Bank of B C	
Oriental Hotel	
Occidental Hotel	
Secty of State, "Canada"
Do.
Lewis Hall	
Vincent Neale .. .
HB Roycraft. ..
"Free Press "  ,.
John Dillon 	
R Nightingale ..
W D McKay   ...
John Ritter 	
Alex G Murray .
H B Roycraft. ..
Geo Townsend..
J D Lauder, J P .
E Pearson, J P .
Do.
Indian Charley .
Brought forward.
A Johnson
John McKay	
Jno Murray, J P .
C H Sherwood . ..
Str Amelia	
E Gannoway	
C. Green 	
Indian Bazitle	
Indian Harry	
T M Hamilton	
D Davis	
Lewis Hall	
G Winter	
Victoria Transfer Co..,
S D Pope, B A	
D Fraser, MA	
F G Walker, MA..
T N Hibben & Co ..
J B Ferguson & Co ,
M W Waitt & Co ...
A Townsend	
B C Express Co ....
R T Williams	
F G Walker, MA..
A Monk	
NW Campbell	
W P Jaynes 	
W Beaumont	
Str Daisy	
Str Amelia	
R Watkins	
A Dunlap 	
WT Le Ballister	
John Henderson ...
J D Bryant	
Frank Boyes	
Thomas McKeely ..
John King	
Str Yosemite	
WHVenath 	
E Towle	
J W Sinclair	
Indian August ...   .
J A Wood	
W G Bowman	
VII.-ABMTNISTRATION OF JUSTICE (OTHER  THAN
SALARIES).—Continued.
Vote No. 60.—Miscellaneous.—Concluded.
Paid sundry telegrams, re Extradition of "Bull Dog" Kelly
Fare and expenses of Con. Kirkup, St. Paul to Victoria, do.
Fare of Con. Kirkup and 4 witnesses, Victoria to St. Paul, do.
Board and lodging of Cons. Kirkup and McNeill, and 6 witnesses, do.
Exchange on draft to St. Paul, do.
Board and lodging in Victoria for Con. Kirkup and 5 witnesses, do.
do. do. A. Aldin, do. do.
Allowance to United States officers at St. Paul for custody and keep of
"Bull Dog" Kelly, re extradition	
Fees for Commissioner Spencer, re extradition of " Bull Dog" Kelly ..
Subscription to " Colonist" for Superintendent of Police	
Selecting decisions in American cases, re polling of jurors ,	
Paid for 24 Constables' Guides, for use of Provincial officers	
13 copies for use at Nanaimo Assizes	
Assisting Usher in Supreme Court, Victoria, 61 days	
Balance of expenses, re Peck et al, v. the Queen	
Assisting in Court, taking notes, during Assizes	
Sawdust for Court-house, and removing same	
Making plaster moulds of footprints, re Dring and Miller murder	
Paid J. Dobinson for exam, dead dog (clue to Dring & Miller murder) ..
Services as Usher in Supreme Court (during absence of Usher),40 d.@$2
Allowance for expenses holding J. P.'s Court at Nicola	
do. do. do. Hope	
do. do. do. Lytton	
Horse hire for draughtsman making plan of premises, re murder of
Dring and Miller	
Conveying J. Murray from Lytton to Spence's Bridge to hold J. P.'e
Court, twice	
Horse keep for J. Murray, J. P., at Lytton	
Allowance for expenses holding J. P. Court at Lytton	
Conveying message from Planta to Kier	
Freight on plaster mould of foot imprint, re Drmg and Miller murder
Copying Writ of Habeas Corpus, Supreme Court of Canada,  Regina
y. Sproule	
Drawing plan of J. Miller's house and environs, re Dring and Miller..
Messenger with letter, Regina v. McKenzie	
do. carrying warrants for arrest of stage robbers, 2d. @ $5
Sending Indian from Bradley Creek to 134-Mile House, re stage robbery
Measuring feet of 3 prisoners, Nanaimo G., re Dring and Miller murder
Copies of '' Colonist" containing report of trials, Victoria Fall Assize..
Hack hire for Mr. Justice Crease at Victoria Fall Assize (night session)
do. Gray, do. do.
VIII.-EDUCATION.
Vote No. 61.—Education Office.
Salary as Supt. of Education, 1st July, '85, to 30th June, '86, @ S160 <£ m
Services as examiner of public school teachers	
do. do. 	
12 globes and 12 illustrations to natural philosophy, stationery, maps, etc
Maps, stationery, etc—	
Stationery	
Services as messenger at teachers' examination	
Expressage on crayons	
Mounting maps and placing in wrappers, etc	
Examining Victoria High School, June & Dee. (during absence of Supt)
Meals and bed for Supt. Pope, at Cowichan	
Meals, bed, and buggy hire for Supt. Pope, at Chemainus	
do. do. do. Quamichan	
Horse and buggy do. Maple Bay	
Sundry passages and meals do. 	
do. do. 	
Board and lodging do. at Nanaimo, sundry times.
Passage from Nanaimo to Wellington and return, for Supt. Pope	
Horse and buggy, to and from South Cedar, do	
Meals and horse keep at Saanich, do	
Board, lodging, and horse keep at Saanich, sundry times,     do	
do. do. Langley Prairie, do	
Meals, do	
Meals, bed, and horse keep, do	
do. passage, do	
Returning horse to Ladner's Landing from Langley, do	
Meals, bed, and horse keep, at Langley, do.
Board and lodging, at Port Hammond', do	
Canoe from Langley to      do. do	
Horse hire at Ladner's Landing, 4£ days @ »2 # day, do	
Horse and buggy, 3 times, do	
Carried forward..-.,	
392 36
5,940 80
22 15
99 60
611 75
1,134 00
2 50
145 50
47 75
635 36
164 70
9 76
81 30
18 20
1 62
122 00
63,712 88
4 50
4 50
30 00
3 26
6 00
1 60
80 00
10 00
24 50
18 00
2 60
12 60
4 50
25 00
1 00
25
20 00
5 00
3 00
10 00
5 00
1 00
2 50
25 50
7 60
9,228 87
1,800 00
72,941 70
160 00
160 00
380 12
193 20
17 18
17 13
12 00
2 60
184 60
66 00
2 00
2 50
5 50
2 60
18 00
23 75
22 60
1 00
3 00
3 00
6 75
1 00
50
2 75
10 00
3 00
2 50
2 00
1 00
9 00
19 00
413 98
3,071 90 70
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
8   cts.
¥   cts.
J E Insley, Col Hotel
W R Austin	
J Boyes	
James Punch	
StrK de K	
Str Princess Louise..
Squire Hilton	
S D Pope	
W B Townsend	
J Jolly	
W B Townsend	
Monroe & Dunlap ...
W HGanner	
Jos Mufford	
M Willis	
J Bartlett	
J Camp	
Victoria Transfer Co.
Str Teaser 	
Str Senator	
H Hemlowe	
Wm Powers	
S D Pope 	
W G Bowman	
Munro Miller	
John McCutcheon.. .
Mrs Bartlett	
GE Chadsey	
M Harrison	
Str Reliance   .......
Mrs J Johnston	
Noble Oliver	
Eliza Towle	
Indian Saul	
Wm Isaacs	
J W Sinclair	
StrRP Rithet	
T R Pearson & Co ...
Joseph Ganner	
E Pimbury & Co ....
Edwin Marston	
W Marwick	
Jacob Sehl	
John N Muir	
B Offerhaus	
J A Halliday	
J H Thain	
A Dods	
A C Gowan	
E J Gardiner	
L Horton	
C Forrest	
C Forrest	
E Carmichael	
E A Williams	
F E Armstrong	
L M Caldwell	
L MReid	
Agnes D Cameron ..
M Williams	
L A Barron	
Do	
L Horton	
M V Storey	
H Jackson	
FG Wright	
W HHuxtable	
WH Huxtable	
S Robinson	
Mingo White	
Thos Hicks	
Do	
Jos Leigh 	
Stewart Jackson	
J D Warren 	
W Walker	
Brought forward	
VIII— JMUCATKW.—Continued.
Vote No. 61.—Education Office.—Concluded.
Board and lodging at New Westminster, sundry times, for Supt. Pope
Stage fare to and from Port Moody, do.
Meals, bed, and horse keep, do.
Meals and horse hire, do.
Ferriage, do.
Sundry passages and meals, do.
Carriage hire, do.
Paid for carriage hire	
Serving notice of arbitration meeting on T. Shannon	
Meals and horse keep for Supt. Pope	
Horse hire, New Westminster to Langley and return, for Supt. Pope   .
Care of horse at Wellington for Supt. Pope  	
Horse and buggy hire, Nanaimo to Wellington and return, Supt. Pope
Services as messenger to Langley to summon arbitrator	
Carriage hire for Supt. Pope	
do. do	
Meal and horse keep for Supt. Pope	
Horse and buggy hire do.       sundry times	
Passage and meals, Victoria to Granville, for Supt. Pope	
Passag'e, to Moodyville and return, do.        	
Meals and room, do	
do. do	
Paid passage, Granville to New Westminster	
Horse and buggy hire for Supt. Pope	
100 cases for school certificates, S7.50; 200 entrance certificates, §35;
700 reward of merit certificates, $40...   	
Horse and buggy, at Centreville, for Supt. Pope..
Meals and bed,     - do. do.
Care of horses, at Sumas, do.
Meals and bed, at Chilliwhack, do
Passage and meals, New Westminster to Chilliwhack, do.
Meals and bed, at Burton's Prairie, do.
do. Wharnock, do.
do. Langley, do.
Canoe from Sumas to Hammond, do.
Stationery, do.
Meals and bed, at Hammond, do.
Sundry passages and meals, do.
Stationery, do.
Horse and buggy to Wellington, do.
Stationery, do.
Carriage hire, Johnson Street School examination, do.
do.         Government House,                                               do
Hire of chairs and tables for teachers' examination	
Vote No. 62.—Victoria City.
Principal, High School, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886, @ $110 $ m
100 „
iOO „
80 „
70 ,,
60 „
60 „
50 „
50 „
50 „
50 ,,
80 „
886,        80 ,,
70 „
70 „
60 „
413 98
2nd Master,
do.
do.
do
Principal,
Ben
s' School,
8o.
do
1st Assistant.
do.
do.
do.
2nd
do.
do.
do.
3rd
do.
do.
do.
4th
do.
do.
do
5th
do.
July,
5th
do.
1st August, 1885, to
do
6th
do.
July,
6th
do.
1st August, 1885, to
do
Principal,
Girls' School
July,
do.
do.
1st Aug., 1886, to 30th J
1st Assistant,
do.
1st July, 1885, to
do
2nd
do.
do.
do
3rd
do.
do.
do
4th
do.
July,
4th
do.
1st August, 1885, to
do.
5th
do.
July,
5th
do.
1st August, 1885, to
do
56   ,,
50    „
50    „
Teacher!'James' Bay Ward Sch., 1st July, '85, to 30th June, '86, 70   „
Do.      Johnson St.       do. do. do. 70   ,,
Monitor,        do. do.       1st Aug., 1885, to        do. 25   ,,
Janitor to Central School, 1st July, 1885, to 31st Jan., 1886,      40   „
Do. do. 1st February to 30th April, 1886,       50   „
Services in High School during illness of 2nd Master, 1 month	
Janitor, James' Bay Ward School, 1st October to 31st December, 1886,
@ $7.50 $ month ; washing towels 3 months, $2 .'
Do. do.        1st January to 30th April, 1886,   @ $10 -$ m,
Do. do.        paid for assistance	
Do.      " do.        2 months @ $5   —
Do.    Johnson St. Ward Sch., 8 m. (i$6;lm. @ $10; wash, towels 89
Coal	
Coal	
Carried forward.
413 98
15 50
1 50
1 50
5 26
1 65
29 00
2 00
1 00
7 00
1  00
3 00
50
3 50
3 00
50
1 00
50
30 25
3 00
50
3 50
50
1 00
5 00
82 50
8 00
2 00
50
1 50
2 50
2 00
1 00
50
9 00
40
3 25
17 60
5 00
3 00
1 75
1 00
1 00
22 00
1,320 00
1,200 00
1,200 00
960 00
840 00
720 00
720 00
50 00
550 00
50 00
550 00
80 00
880 00
840 00
840 00
720 00
55 00
605 00
50 00
550 00
840 00
840 00
254 85
280 00
150 0C
50 00
24 50
40 0C
1 OC
10 00
59 0C
201 0C
4 00
16,534 35
3,367 46
3,357 46 50 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
71
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
J P Elford	
F Gilchrist	
Neufelder & Ross	
J Dassonville & Co ....
E G Prior 	
Thos Carrington	
A Ofner	
J B Ferguson & Co	
J P Burgess 	
R E Green	
A Vipond	
John Weiler	
The "Colonist"	
" Evening Post"	
" Evening Times " ....
" Standard "	
W H Bone	
E Mallandaine	
W C Robinson	
W Newbury	
Wm Lennox	
John Weiler	
John Dalby	
Munro Miller	
H Smilow	
Lennox & Rosson	
J W Anderson	
M W Waitt & Co	
Langley & Co	
T N Hibben & Co	
Hall & Goepel	
A Lewis & Co	
Hudson Bay Co	
Walter Walker	
McKillican & Anderson
Atwell King & Co 	
Victoria Water Works.
W H Huxtable	
Robt A Anderson
W M Wood	
G H Sluggett
R L Fraser	
W M Wood	
Wm Tomlinson ..
R L Fraser	
J P Johnston —
John Mundell. . .
J W Thomson ..
A S Bailey 	
H L Bailey	
M Williams	
Samuel Jones....
Thomas Mitchell,
John Sinclair	
Wm Thomson
Peter Imrie  	
M J Dodd 	
Henry King	
Mrs Hibben	
Geo Phillips	
WH Thistle	
N Wolfenden ...
Maggie Jennings
J A McLeod	
A M Bannerman
F L Stephenson.
John Gillies	
DEKerr	
W Fisher	
D Cartmel	
John Muir	
Arthur Peatt	
Brought forward	
VUI.-T.DVC AVION.—Continued.
Vote No. 62.—Victoria City.—Concluded.
Removing and replacing swing pole at Central School .
Washing Johnson Street school-room	
Two brooms	
Eight day clock for Johnson Street Ward School	
Foot-scraper, hinges, shovel, and school bell	
One feather duster	
Soap .
413 08
Webster's dictionary, Girls' School	
Blackboard and repairs to gate, James' Bay Ward School ..
Copying resolutions, etc., for Trustees	
Key for James' Bay Ward School	
Two chairs and brackets	
Advertising school notices	
Do. do. 	
Do. do.	
Do. "do.  i
Services as Returning Officer at Election of Trustees, Yates St. Ward..
Do. do. do. James' Bay Ward'
Do. do. do. Johnson St. Ward
One leather book case  	
Washing and cleaning Johnson Street and James' Bay Ward Schools
Blinds, brooms, paper basket, etc	
Carriage hire for Trustees inspecting schools	
500 letter heads	
Cleaning latrines, Central School	
Sweeping chimney and stove-pipe, James' Bay Ward School	
Cutting thistles on school lots, do. 	
Repairing drum, etc	
1 doz. thermometers	
Dictionary and stationery	
Two tons of coal	
Stove-pipe, and repairing stove, etc	
Five filters @ $10	
Wood
4 doz. blackboard brushes, etc	
1 call bell	
Water for 6 months, to 31st December, 1885.
Sawing wood	
do.
do.
do.
West Saanich,
do.
Lake,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
South Saanich,
do.
do.
in.
Craigflower,
do.
North Saanich,
do.
Cadboro,
do.
do.
do.
do.
»8m
60    „
60    „
50
50
Vote No. 63.—Victoria District.
Teacher, Cedar Hill School, 1st July, '86, to 28th Feb., '86,
1st March, '86, to 30th June, 'I
1st July, 1885, to 30th June, '£
July	
1st August, '86, to 28th Feb., '
1st March to SOth June, 1886,
1st August, '85, to 30th June,'86,    80    „
July 	
1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886,  66    „
do. do. 70   ,,
1st August to 30th October, 1886,   50   ,,
lBt Nov., 1885, to 9th March, 1886, 50   „
15th March, '86, to 30th June, '86, 50   ,,
Appropriation for incidental expenses, Lake, to 30th June, 'i
do. do. South Saanich, do.
do. do. Cadboro, do.
do. do. West Saanich, do.
do. do. North Saanich, do.
do. do. Craigflower, do.
do. do. Cedar Hill, do.
Rent of house for school, Cadboro, August and September, @ $10 $ m
Stove, pipe, bucket, etc., Cadboro	
Desk for Cadboro Bay School	
»m
Vote No. 64.—Esquimalt District.
Teacher, Esquimalt, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886, @ $70
do.       Sooke, do. do. 60
do.       Colwood,    July	
do. do.       1st August, 1885, to SOth June, 1886, 60
do.       Metchosin, 1st July to 31st August, 1885, 60
do. do.       1st September, 1886, to 31st January, 1886, 60
do. do.       18th February to 30th June, 1886, 60
Appropriation for incidental expenses, Metchosin,    to 30th June, 1886
do. do. Esquimalt, do.
do. do. Sooke, do.
do. do Colwood,. do.
Carried forward.
413 98
3,357 45
18 00
5 00
1 25
7 50
6 26
1 60
62
13 00
5 25
2 60
76
! 25
11 40
20 00
13 00
5 40
5 00
6 00
5 00
3 00
12 00
29 76
5 00
S 75
60 00
3 00
60
2 25
6 00
28 60
14 50
10 25
50 00
45 00
7 26
1 00
30 00
6  00
16,067 7T
480 00
240 00
720 00
60 00
350 00
200 00
880 00
80 00
780 00
840 00
160 00
216 12
177 42
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
20 00
26 00
5 00
5,493 54
840 00
600 00
50 00
660 00
120 00
300 00
263 50
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
2,883 60
27,702 26 72
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
S   cts
Alex Shaw, Jr .
W T Kinnev ...
E S Wood	
E J Campbell ..
RARPurdy...
A Monek 	
James A Hoy ..
8 0 Lewis	
Wm H Phelps .
Wm J Mufford.
H W Graves ...
M Jackson 	
Walter Hunter.
Wm Robson ...
Do.
Geo Furness ....
RM Miller	
W H Lomas	
Jno N Evans	
Thos P Windsor.
W J Shearing...
Alex Blythe ....
Jos Gabourie....
W A Hollins ..
Theodore Trage.
EB Paul MA	
David Jones	
John Shaw	
Lucy Mebius	
A S Bailey	
Emeline Bell	
Eva Reynard 	
Ernest E Kaye	
J Ramsay	
A Shaw	
G Stainburn B A
Jeanie W Blair	
Mary Lawrence ....
J S Kaye	
M J Sweet	
Jennie Ramsay	
Eva S Bell	
John R Scott	
Sophie E Lindsay .
Geo R Porter	
Rich Chappie   	
James Malpass ....
James MacLay	
John Thomas	
C N Young	
John Beaven	
Adam Stepney	
James Mcintosh ....
J H Pleace	
Walter Wilson	
R Grant & Co	
M Manson & Co....
Annie Ivey	
T Munro	
James Work	
W Wilson	
Monroe & Dunlap  .
James Green	
James Harvey	
Geo Green	
Raper, Raper & Co
A Dunlap & Co ....
Geo A Frost	
Vancouver Coal Co.
E Pimbury & Co ...
Jos Lawless	
H McAdie	
EQuennell	
Mrs R Pool	
J W Stirtan	
M Manson & Co	
Raper, Raper & Co.
WLJeflery	
Brought forward   	
VIII.-EDUOATION. -Continued.
Vote No. 65—Cowichan District.
Teacher, Burgoyne Bay, July
413 98
do. do. 50
do. do. 60
do. 31st Dec., 1885, 50
1st April to 30th June, 1886, 50
22nd Sept., 1885, to 30th June, 1886,   50   „
1st January to 30th June, 1886, 50   „    i
Appropriation for incidental expenses, Mayne Island, to 30th June, '86
Additional allowance for incidental expenses on account of disburse-:
ments by the trustees for teacher's house	
Appropriation for incidental expenses, Burgoyne Bay, to 30th June,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Somenos,
Cowichan,
Vesuvius,
Quamichan,
Shawnigan,
Chemainus,
Mayne Island,
Maple Bay,
do.
Beaver Point,
S. Cowichan,
1st Aug., 1885, to SOth June, 1886, @ 850 $ m.
1st July, 1885, to SOth June, 1886, 50 ,,
do. do. 50   „
do. do. 50   „
do. do. 65   ,,
do. do. 3m.@S60&9@50
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.    " Maple Bay, do.
do. Quamichan, do.
do. Somenos, do.
do. Chemainus, do.
do. S. Cowichan, (6 mos.) to    do.
do. Cowichan, do.
do. Shawnigan, do.
do. Vesuvius, do.
do. Beaver Point, do.
Vote No. 66.- Nanaimo District.
Principal, Nanaimo High School, 7th May to 30th June, '86, @ $100 $ m
do. do.       Boys'School, 1st July'85, to SOth June, '86, 90   „
1st Assistant, do. do. do. 60   ,,
2nd       do. do. do. do. 50   ,,
Principal, Nanaimo Girls' School, July
do. do. do.
Assistant,   do. do.
Teacher, North Cedar,
do. do.
do.       South Gabriola,
Principal, Wellington,
Assistant,       do.
Teacher, South Cedar,
70
50
65
55
50
76
50
1st August, 1885,   do.
1st July, 1886, to   do.
1st July, 1885, to 7th May, 1886,
25th May to 30th June, 1886,
1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886,
do. do.
do. do.
do. 30th Sept., 1885,   60
1st Oct., 1885, to SOth June, 1886,     50
July	
1st Aug. ,1885, to 22nd May, 1886,    50
25th May to SOth June, 1886, 60
1st August, 1885, to 30th June, 1886, 50
15th March to SOth June, 1886, 50
Appropriation for incidental expenses, Oyster, to 30th June, 1886
do. do. South Gabriola, do.
do. do. North Cedar, do.
do. do North Gabriola, do.
do. do. South Cedar, do.
do. do. Departure Bay,(6 mos) do.
Hauling 1 ton coal, Nanaimo School	
Cleaning and washing Wellington School-house	
4 new seats, removing platform, etc., Wellington School
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
North Gabriola,
do.
do.
Oyster,
Departure Bay,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
3 dozen hat-pegs, padlocks, etc.,
Bell,
Lumber,
Window blinds and chair,
Cleaning school 5 months to 31st Dec, at ?4 per month,
Hinges for doors and gates, and sundry repairs,
Frosting windows,
Stove-pipe,
Hauling stove-pipe,
Stamps,
Stationery, etc.,
Cleaning stove-pipe,
1 set Chambers' school charts,
Expressage on maps from Nanaimo to Wellington.
Stove, pipe, blackboard, etc., Oyster School	
10 tons coal at 84 per ton for Nanaimo School.
Record book and crayons, do.
Glass, nails, repairing, etc., do.
Glass, lock, and repairs to seats, do.
Repairing desks, fence, etc., do.
Cleaning Girls' School to 31st December, do.
Repairing seats, do.
Desks, chairs, buckets, wash-basin, etc., do.
Crayons, hand-bell, etc., do.
Repairing clock, do.
Carried, forward	
416 98
50 00
650 00
600 00
600 00
600 00
660 00
630 00
600 00
600 00
800 00
150 00
465 00
300 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
20 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
180 66
1,080 00
720 00
600 00
70 00
770 00
600 00
562 42
67 43
600 00
900 00
600 00
150 00
450 00
60 00
485 48
61 30
550 00
177 42
40 00
40 0C
40 OC
40 00
40 0C
20 0C
1 OC
3 0C
16 5C
4 75
6 0C
2 0C
5 6C
20 0C
8 5C
1 OC
2 6C
5C
1 0C
2 87
1 oc
6 0C
26
33 OC
40 0C
1 25
17 62
14 25
20 00
40 0C
3 0C
14 0C
7 86
S 60
27,702 26
6,666 00
9,171 64    34,267 26, 50 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
73
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
8   cts.
9   cts.
$   cts.
S Fulton   ..
G Leask & Co 	
Times Pr & Pub Co
Mrs Randle	
J Fulton	
Raper, Raper & Co.
J Randle ..'	
J H Pleace	
J T O'Brian	
Jos Ganner	
R Whitfield	
Lawrence Manson .
J W Stirtan	
G Norris	
M Manson	
J M Brown	
M F Halliday	
Mary Heard	
CPitblado	
J D McMillan	
H L Bailey	
Geo G McDonald  ..
T H Piercy	
Eric Dunoan	
J H Piket   	
Wm Beach	
Do	
Wm Anderton	
H M Stramberg, B A .
D Wilson	
E A Jamieson	
M R Davidson	
Emeline Bell	
E A Davidson	
James Rankin 	
F Cordiner	
John Johnston	
Wm Rogers	
James Cunningham & Co
Wm Prothero	
Zed S Hall	
R T Williams	
Trapp Bros	
C Murray,	
J A Calbeck	
C M McNaughfcon	
G B Murray	
(Catherine Todd	
H Andrews	
A H Gillanders	
Mary L Harding	
J R Scott	
Alex Gilchrist	
W R Irwin	
J W Palmer	
E A Davidson	
A McCartey	
S J White	
J A McLeod	
0 0 Lyons	
J P Johnston	
Mary Jane Morris ....
R L Reid	
A J McDougall	
P Murray	
Maude Kirkland	
J W Sinclair	
Ellen Dockrill	
J 0 McLennan	
Ella Coughlan	
A S Howay	
F W Howay	
M Dockrill	
Brought forward   	
VIIT.-EDUCATION.-CoMiiw.wea.
Vote No. 66.—Nanaimo District.—Concluded.
Cleaning to 31st March, 3 months at S6, Nanaimo Girls' School	
Hauling coal and removing ashes from Nanaimo Girls' School	
Advertising teacher wanted, do.        High School	
Cleaning Nanaimo High School, 3 months, and Boys' School 2 months
Do. Girls' School, 3 months @ S6 ...'	
Visitor's book, chalk and erasures, Nanaimo High School	
Cleaning Nanaimo Boys' School to 16th April, 1886, 0£ months @ S6 .
Stove-pipe, etc	
Hauling 5 tons of coal	
Do. do	
Services as Returning Officer at election of School Trustee, Nanaimo .
Do. do. do. do.
Do. do. do. do.
Printing ballots for do. do.
Postage and stationery for Nanaimo School Trustees	
Repairing clocks do.       Boys' School	
Vote No. 67.—Comox District.
!> 350 $ m.
50
50
50
60
Teacher, North Comox, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
Do.      South Comox, do. do.
Do.      Courtenay,       10th August to 24th Sept., 1885,
Do. do. 12th Oct., 1885, to 30th June, 188(
Do.       Denman, 16th March to 30th June, 1886,
Appropriation for incidental expenses South Comox, to SOth June
Do. do. Courtenay, do.
Do. do. South Comox, do
Do. do. Denman Island,      do,
Rent of school house, Courtenay, 10th August, 1885, to 30th June, 1886
Labour and material for new floor, Courtenay School, per agreement
Rent of school house, South Comox, 12 months, to 30th June, 1886..
Vote No, 68.-New Westminster City District.
Principal, High School, 1st July, 1886, to SOth June, 1886, @
Do.        Boys' School, do. do.
Assistant,       do. do. do.
Principal, Girls' School, do. do.
Assistant,      do. July, 1885,
Do. do. 1st August, 1885, to do.
Caretaker, High School, 5 months @ i$2, and 2 months @ 84
Do. do. June, 1886 :	
Do. Public School, 1st Aug., 1886, to 31st March, '86, @ 815
Coal, wharfage and hauling'	
Stepladder, pump, etc	
18 chairs   	
Chalk, dictionaries, etc	
Mounting maps	
School bell, brooms, etc	
Glazing 14 lights	
8 school desks, 3 doz. hat hooks, repairing, etc	
One 8-day clock     .s.	
Services as Returning Officer at election of Trustees	
4100 3
1 m.
100
60
70
60
50
"
ipm
Vote No. 69.—New Westminster District.
1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1886, @ 860 * m
Teacher
Burton's Prairie
Do.
Cheam,
Do.
Chilliwhack,
Do.
North Arm,
Do.
Trenant,
Do.
do.
Do.
Granville,
Do.
do.
Do.
Prairie,
Do.
do.
Do.
Sumas,
Do.
do.
Do.
Centreville,
Do.
do.
Do.
Clover Valley,
Do.
do.
Do.
Mud Bay,
Do.
Maple Ridge,
Do.
Moodvville,
Do.
Langley,
Do.
do.
Do.
Hall's Prairie,
Do.
Mount Lehman,
Do.
Port Moody,
Do.
Canoe Pass,
do.
Stave River, 1st
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
July, 1885,
1st August, 1885, to      do.
July, 1885,
1st August, 1886, to       do.
July, 1885,
24th August, 1885, to    do.
1st July to 30th September, 1885,
1st Oct., 1885, to 30th June, 1886,
1st July to 12th November, 1886,
50
60
60
60
-60
60
60
60
60
50
50
80
13th Nov., 1885, to 30th June, 1886, 80
Julv, 1885, 60
1st Augt., 1886, to 30th June, 1886, 50
1 July to 31 Dec, '85, & 1 Mar. to do. 50
1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886, 70
do. do. 56
do. to 30th September, 60
1st Oct., 1885, to 30th June, 1886, 60
1st July, 1886, to do. 60
do. do. 60
do. do. 56
do. do. 50
Aug., 1886, to 30th June, 1886, 50
Carried forward	
9,171 54
34,267 26
18 00
4 50
2 50
30 00
18 00
5 56
57 00
4 25
6 00
5 00
6 00
10 00
10 00
5 00
6 00
6 6«
9,361 84
600 00
600 00
75 48
432 27
177 42
40 00
40 00
40 00
20 00
52 50
8 00
60 00
2,145 67
1,200 00
1,200 00
720 00
840 00
50 00
550 00
18 00
2 00
120 00
93 75
17 25
20 26
13 95
21 76
26 25
8 75
65 63
25 00
5 00
4,997 68
600 00
600 00
600 00
600 00
60 00
560 oO
60 00
660 00
60 00
512 90
150 00
450 00
362 00
608 00
50 00
650 00
600 00
840 00
660 00
180 00
540 00
600 00
600 00
660 00
600 00
650 00
12,172 90
60,772 36 74
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
t   cts.
Mary E Norris	
A C Dallas	
B R McDonald ...
J A Catherwood .
Noble Oliver..  .
James McKie	
John McCutcheon
D McGillivray ...
Jno R Uren	
R H Sweeney ....
E A Wadhams ...
D L Beckingsale .
HT Thrift	
John Armstrong-.
Wm M Campbell .
D T Nelmes 	
Jno McKenny....
B Springer	
R B Kelly   	
Ralph Burton....
J Jollv	
A C Wells	
Duncan McKenzie
P W Sweet	
0 D Sweet	
Noble Oliver	
0 D Sweet	
HT Thrift	
Brought forward	
Till.-EDUCATION.—Continued.
Vote No. 69.—New Westminster District,—Concluded.
Teacher, York
10th Aug., 1885
to SOth June, 1886,  @ $50 $ m.
do.         do.
Julv.
1885	
do.       St. Mary's Mission, 1st Sept.
to 31st Oct., 1885,
50   „
do.
do.
16th Nov
,'85, to30thJune,'86,
60   „
Appropriation
for incidental expenses
Stave River, to 30th June, 188C
do.
do.
Langley,
do.
do.
do.
Centreville,
do.
do.
do.
Sumas,
do.
do.
do.      .
St. Mary's Mission,
do.
do.
do.
Mt. Lehman,
do.
do.
do.
Trenant,
do.
do.
do.
Granville,
do.
do.
do.
Hall's Prairie,
do.
do.
do.
Mud Bay,
do.
do.
do.
York,
do.
do.
do.
Cheam,
do.
do.
do.
Maple Ridge,
do.
do.
do.
Moodyville,
do.
do.
do.
Port Moody,
do.
do.
do.
Burton's Prairie,
do.
do.
do.
Prairie,
do.
do.
do.
Chilliwhack,
do.
do.
do.
Clover Valley,
do.
do.
do.
Comox Pass,
do.
do.
do.
North Arm,
do
Stove, tables, chairs, etc., Stave Rivei
Rent of hall for North Arm School,
12 mos.
@ ,-r, - m
Rent of building; fo
Hall's Prairie School, 8A mos. to Dec
30th, 832
stove and
fitting
D J McDonald ..
C P Smith	
R M Clemitson..
L S Clemitson...
D W Gillies	
James Metcalf ..,
Ida Armstrong..
S C Ellison	
R SHanna	
J Irwin	
J McNish	
A E Carmichael .
Thomas Leduc. .
Daniel Rabbit....
Maggie R Dallas
D G Cumming ..
J Christian	
Jno T Edwards. .
Robt Scott	
T Seward	
James Fraser ...
Jas Wardle	
H H Woodward .
Y Tronson	
C A Semlin	
A E Howse	
Jas Ross	
C P Miller & Co .
J T Edwards ....
Vote No. 70—Hope-Yale District.
Teacher, Nicola Valley, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886,   @ $60 W m
J F Smith	
Jas M Campbell.....
E B Paul	
W C Coatham	
Mary Ann Grinder .
J Gallagher	
F Jones 	
James Dickey	
John Gallagher
Alice Northcote...
Wm Manson ......
W S Bannerman ..
Quesnelle Fire Co.
H McDermitt	
Garvin Hamilton..
do.
do.
Matron,
Teacher,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Hope,
Cache Creek,
do.
Lytton,
Shuswap Prairie,
Nicola,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
50
75
50
60
60
60
1886,
Priest's Valley, July, 1885 .
do. 1st Aug., 1885, to 30th June,
Yale, 1st July, 1885, to do.
Nicola Lake, July, 1885	
do. 1st Sept., 1885, to 31st May, 1886,
Okanagan, 10th August, 1885, to 30th June, 1886,
Spallumcheen, 1st Nov., 1885, to do.
North Thompson, 24th Nov., 1885, to do.
60
60
60
60
Appropriation for incidental expenses, Spallumcheen, to 30th June, 1886
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Okanagan,
North Thompson,
Nicola Lake,
Lytton,
Yale,
Hope,
Nicola Valley,
Priest's Valley,
Cache Creek,
Nicola,
Shuswap Prairie,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Stove and pipe, North Thompson School.
5 cords wood, blackboard, and 2 chairs, North Thompson School.
Vote No. 71.—Lillooet District.
Teacher, Clinton, 1st July, 1885, to June 30th, 1886,
>$m.
do.       Lillooet, do Feb. 5th, 1886, 60
do. do.       1st March to 30th April, 1886, 60   „
do. do.       13th May to 30th June, 1886, 60   „
do.       Big Bar, 1st Sept. to 30th November, 1885, 60   „
do. do.       15th March to 30th June, 1886, 60   „
Appropriation for incidental expenses, Clinton School, to 30th June, 188(
do. do. Lillooet, do.
do. do. Big Bar, do.
Vote No. 72.—Cariboo District.
Teacher, Quesnellemouth, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886, @ $75 $ m
do.       Williams Lake, do. do. 70   ,,
do.       Barkervilie, do. do. 100   ,,
Rent of hall for school-room, Quesnellemouth, 12 m. to 30th June, 1886
do. do. Barkervilie, do.
do. do. Williams Lake, 1st May to SOth Sept
Carried forward	
418 98
12,172 90
535 48
50 00
100 00
375 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
45 87
60 00
50 00
50,772 36
14,229 26
720 00
600 00
900 00
600 Oj
720 00
720 00
720 00
60 00
660 00
720 00
60 00
640 00
642 58
480 00
434 00
40 00
40 00
30 00
40 00
40 00
76 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
200 00
40 00
40 00
60 00
29 00
9,320 58
720 00
430 71
120 00
96 77
180 00
212 90
40 00
40 00
40 00
1,880 »8
900 00
840 00
1,200 00
60 00
120 00
25 00
418 98
3,145 00
76,202 66 50 Vic.          Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
75
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
cts.
*   cts.
t    cti
418 98
3,145 00
40 00
40 00
100 00
76,202 56
3,326 00
VIII.-EDlTCATION.-C'oHcfKrferf.
Vote No. 72.—Cariboo District.—Concluded.
Appropriation for incidental expenses, Williams Lake, to SOth June, '86
do.                                do.              Quesnelle,                     do.
do.                                do.              Barkervilie,                  do.
IX.-TKANSPORT.
Vote No. 73.—Freight 011 Remittances.
Express charges on money to and from Treasury, 12 mos. to SOth June
Vote No. 74.—Travelling Expenses, Officers on Duty.
Travelling allowance, visiting New Westminster District,   28 days <sf ^4
do.                     do.     Cowichan District,                 34       ,,       4
do.                  Victoria to Vancouver and return, 5 days @ 84 ;
B C Express Co	
Hon John Robson	
Hon Wm Smithe	
Do.           	
79,627 56
564 04
112 00
136 00
23 60
j-    408 50
22 00
11 00
8 60
9 85
12 00
2 76
2 25
3 26
6 26
21 00
26 00
7 50
5 00
6 00
24 00
10 oo
36 00
20 00
16 00
125 00
1 00
16 00
16 25
24 00
9 50
9.50
2 50
82 60
1 00
5 00
18 00
18 00
2 26
166 00
8 00
20 00
3 00
16 00
7 00
63 00
10 26
3 60
15 76
12 00
1 75
76
1 25
1 00
1 00
1 60
2 75
8 00
75
75
9 50
2 00
11 50
89 00
Do.
Do.
0 R &N Co	
do.                    do.         75   ,, above      ,,       5; freight #1.50
do.                  Olympia, W. T., re extradition of Pierre, 5£ d. @ $4
Passage of Dep. Att'y-General, Portland to Victoria, Kootenay Assize..
do.                do.                 Walla Walla to Portland,         do.
do.                do.                 Spokane Falls to Walla Walla, do.
Stage fare,              do.                 Little Dalles to Spokane Falls, do. -
Do	
N P Railway Co	
Glover & McGilliam	
Fletcher & McNaughton.
do.                     do.                             do.                  Coldspring H'se
do.                     do.                             do.                  Quesnelle	
do.                     do.                            do.                  Soda Creek ....
Passage of j. Lindsay, and freight on books, Soda Creek to Richfield..
Horse hire for G. C. Tunstall, to Douglas L., re pre-emption H. Murray
Meals and bed for       do.                         do.                         do.
Do.        	
Rufus Sylvester	
Passage and meals for Gold Com. Crimp, Thibert to McDame Creek ....
Thos Wright	
Horse hire for            do.           Vowell, Wild Horse Creek to Kicking H.
Services packing camp during trip to          do.                         do.
Thos Wright	
Sir M B Begbie, C J
Proportion of travelling expenses paid for Deputy Attorney-General,
Drayage of baggage of Dep. Atty.-General, hotel to steamer, Farwell..
Meals and bed for Gold Commissioner Vowell at Farwell, 8 days   	
Provisions supplied                            do.           Kicking Horse to Wild H.
Baptiste Morigeau	
B C Express Co	
Do	
Passage of J. C. Hughes, Farwell to Eagle Pass, acting Reg. Sup. Court
do.              do.            Eagle Pass to Farwell,                do.
W L LeBallister	
Carriage hire for J. P. Planta, Stipendiary Magistrate, and Constable
W R Lewis	
Passage of J. P. Planta, Stipendiary Magistrate, Nanaimo to Chemainus
C P Railway	
Passage of Dep. Registrar Hughes, Port Hammond to Savona Ferry...
Do.                 	
Do	
Travelling allow, as Dep. Registrar Sup. Court to Columbia R. 39 d. @ S4
Thos Wright	
Do	
Passage of J. C. Hughes, Dep. Registrar Sup. C, Eagle Pass to Savona
Saddle, bridle and blankets for Gold Com. Vowell en rcmte to Kootenay
W Dnfour & Co	
C P R Co	
Passage of Deputy Attorney-General, Port Hammond to Ashcroft	
Horse hire for    '           do.               Barkervilie to 150-Mile House —
C P O'Neill	
Fletcher & McNaughton.
Veith, Borland & Co...
Indian Swapshin	
Fletcher & McNaughton.
Passage of                       do.          & fr'ght on books Quesnelle to Soda C.
Do.           	
418 98
1,602 95
554 94 76
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Str Amelia	
Str Daisy	
Redon & Hartnagle.
Young & Gray	
W LeBallister	
Jas Phair	
Oriental Hotel	
Occidental Hotel...
G B Ordano	
Str Western Slope...
Porter & Merrifield..
Jas McCarty	
John Russell	
W G Bowman	
Victoria Transfer Co
Jos Kier	
Str Amelia	
B C Express Co	
A Fenwick	
T M Love	
R D Mathers	
Brought forward.
IX.-TEANSPORT.—Continued.
Vote No. 74.—Travelling Expenses, Officers on Duty.—
Continued.
Passage & meals. S. M. Planta, Nanaimo to Vic. & way ports, sundry times
do.
Board and lodging,
do.
Horse and buggy,
Stage fare and meals,
Board and lodging,
do.
JnoT Galbraith 	
Thos Quinn	
John Hay	
R D Mathers	
Jos Pecord	
Jas Reid	
G B Wright	
T McK Lambly	
Walter Gardiner	
S Redgrave	
R D Mathers	
Chas Kerr	
C P R Co	
Str Kamloops	
C P RCo	
John McLean   	
John Boyd 	
Fletcher & McNaughton.
B C Express Co	
C P N Co	
S Coones .   	
Victoria Transfer Co ...
B C Express Co	
Str Olympian	
Str Kamloops1	
Str Amelia	
W G Bowman	
O & C V Railway	
N P Railway	
B C Express Co	
Do	
Do	
Baptiste Morgean.   .,
Wm Doull	
F P Armstrong	
EB Shuck	
Thomas Kelly 	
D Bellhouse	
Wm Archer	
C A Nichola	
C P Railway	
R Scott	
E O'Rourke	
T Richardson 	
Hugh Madden	
J H Sidney	
W Manning	
E Marston	
Victoria Transfer Co .
Do.
Do.
Do.
C P Railway	
P Clair	
do. do. do
do.        in Victoria, 2 days @ 82.50	
do.        Chemainus 	
do.        Chemainus to Cowichan, 3 days @ $4...
do.        Victoria to Goldstream and back, twice
do.        at Victoria	
do. do	
Meals, bed and keep of horse for Stipendiary Magistrate Planta at Che
mainus, sundry times, S16.50, and buggy hire S4	
Passage, meals, etc., for Stipendiary Mag. Planta to Cowichan	
Passage and meals for Gold Commissioner Crimp, sundry times	
Meals and bed for do.	
Carriage hire for Deputy Attorney-General	
do. Hon. Provincial Secretary, sundry times	
do. Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works	
Horse hire for do. do. 2 days
Passage for do. to and from Maple Bay
do.     Deputy Attorney-General, freight, &c., Eagle Pass to Farwell
do.     Gold Comnrr. Vowell, Wild Horse Creek to Kootenay Lake
Provisions supplied       do. do. do.
Hay and grain for horses at Kootenay, §75; provisions for Gold Com
missioner Vowell and packer to Kicking Horse, 825.57 	
Provisions for   do. do.       en route to Kicking Horse	
Saddles for Government use and freight, Walla Walla to Kootenay ....
Hire of 2 horses for G. M. Sproat, re visit of Governor-Gen. to Farwell
do.     4   ,, Gold Comm'r. Wild Horse C. to Kicking Horse, 6 days
Ferriage of do. and horses across Downey Creek. ..
Assisting to pack, cook, etc., for Gold Comm'r., Farwell to Big Bend
Provisions for Gold Commissioner Vowell and packers, etc., at Farwell
Stabling horse for do. en route to Farwell	
Feed for horse used bj do. do.        Big Bend	
Saddle for use of Officers at Kootenay    	
Hire of horse for Gold Comm'r. Vowell to Big Bend mines and back..
Feed for horses at Donald	
Passage of Deputy Attorney-General, Spence's Bridge to Hammond . .
Freight on household effects of W. Dewdney	
Passage of Dep. Attorney-Gen. Hammond to Yale and Yale to Savona
Meals and bed for Gold Commissioner Bowron at Quesnelle	
Meal for do. Cottonwood	
Meals and bed for do. Stanley	
Passage for do. Quesnelle to Bark'ville
do       Dep. Attorney-General, Victoria to Port Hammond & return
Carriage hire for Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works	
do. do.        Provincial Secretary	
Passage of Deputy do. Spence's Bridge to Coutlie's
$5, and special stage Coutlie's to Kamloops, 825	
Fare of Deputy Attorney-General to Olympia	
Passage of J. C. Hughes, Registrar of Supreme Court	
Fare for C. C. L. & W. to Maple Bay and return	
Carriage hire for C. C. L. & W., sundry times	
Fare of Dep. Attor.-Gen., Olympia to Tenino, W.T., re extra'ion of Pierre
do. do. Tenino to Victoria, do.
do. do. Cache C. to B'ville,& 150-Mile H. to Spence's B.
do.    Wm. Dodd, Government Agent, Savona to Kamloops	
do. B. Evans, usher, S. C., Eagle Pass to Farwell on circuit with C.J.
Supplies to Gold Comm. Vow-ell & 2 men on trip fm Golden C. to Wild H.
Horse hire, §87.50, pack. ,840, with Gold Com. Vowell, Wild H. to Kick. H.
do. do.
Packing, 888, meals, etc., 812.50, do.
Packing, etc., do.
Provisions and horse feed, do.
Meals, horse feed and provisions, do.
Meals and bed at Donald, do.
Fares between Donald and Golden City,     do.
Travelling expenses, en route to Granite Creek for Gold. Com. Tunstall
Meals and horse hire,     do. do. do.
Meals, bed, and horse feed at Pike Lake, do.
Board and lodging at Granite Creek, do.
do. Nicola, ■     do.
Meals and horse feed, Otter Valley, do.
Carriage hire for Attorney-General
do.
do.
do.
do.
Fare, etc.
to Big Bend. & do.
to Kick. H.& return
sundry times .
Meals and bed for
Deputy Attorney-General	
for R. Tatlow	
C. C. L. & W., sundry times	
Provincial Secretary, sundry times	
for Government Agent Dodd, Port Hammond to Savona.
do.
at Yale,
Carried forward.
418 98
1,602 95
98 60
14 00
4 50
8 25
12 00
6 00
44 00
8 50
20 50
2 50
10 00
554 94
5 00
■
3 00
5 00
21 00
7 60
5 00
3 60
12 00
20 00
18 00
100 67
18 70
28 00
6 00
48 00
5 00
24 50
75 28
5 00
9 00
35 00
112 00
7 80
IS 00
20 80
18 50
8 25
75
2 00
10 00
7 00
2 50
1 00
30 00
5 00
7 00
4 00
11 50
1 25
9 25
114 70
7 00
9 50
28 27
127 50
56 00
100 50
48 00
2 00
4 95
26 00
23 75
21 50
IB 00
6 00
7 60
1 50
1 00
2 00
10 60
1 50
28 25
It 50
20 76
423 98
1 60
3,219 02
664 94 50 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
77
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
8   eta.
9   ets.
*    ets.
BF Boyce	
W Sinclair	
F Grotty	
E T Garnett	
B Evans	
Mrs Yeomans	
Wm Archer	
S Gray	
J RTait	
Blair & Allen ........
E R Coleman	
Robt Scott	
E O'Rourke	
Stephen Tanner	
John Anderson	
E O'Rourke	
T Richardson	
W Charters	
J T Edwards	
John Stewart	
W Charters	
G Dester	
J C Bryant	
Jos Kier	
Str RP Rithet	
C P N Oo	
Geo. Winter	
Str Peerless	
Geo A Pritchett 	
Callbreath, Grant & Cook
Indian Louis	
A McKinnon	
G B Ordano.   	
W L LeBallister	
C P N Co	
Callbreath, Grant & Cook
Rufus Sylvester	
Porter & Merriiield	
Callbreath, Grant & Cook
Harold Redgrave	
Indian Alexander	
Thos Lillock	
T R Foster	
Indian Andrew	
Do.    Joe	
Do.    Isadore	
J ohn Angel	
D Griffiths	
TElwyn	
Str Peerless	
Jas Corbet 	
J Johnston	
CPR	
Str Yosemite	
G Winter	
John Louis	
W C Bryant	
Costerton & Hannington
Mann & Heron	
J McKinnon	
J Anderson	
Douglas Estate
Vote No.
Brought forward   	
IX.-TRANSPOfiT.-t<meJ«rfe«/.
?4.—Travelling Expenses, Officers on Duty.—
Concluded.
Meals and bed for Govt. Agent Dodd        at Nieomin	
do. do. at Port Hammond i
do. do. at Savona and Spence's Bridge
Carriage hire for C C. L. & W !
Travelling allowance as usher to Supreme C. on circuit, Kootenay Dist.
Fare of Gold Com. Graham, Lome Creek to Hazelton	
Meals, horse feed, etc., for Gold Coram. Vowell, at Golden Citv	
Board and lodging for J. P. Planta, Stipendiary Magistrate, at Chemainus
Carriage hire for C. C. L. & W	
Horse keep, Gold Com.Tunstall, attending Court at Granite Creek	
do. do. Kamloops to Quilchena,f3/wi/((^ to G.C.
Meals & bed, do. do.
do. do. do.
do.  & horse keep do. do.
Horse keep, do. at Granite Creek	
Horse hire do. i^uilchena to Granite Creek	
Meals and horse keep,    do. holding Magistrate's Court	
do.                         do.         returning to Granite Creek after Court
Horse hire, do. 	
do. do. re mining disputes at Beaver Creek ...
Meals and horse keep,    do. do. do.
Freight on baggage,      do. 	
Canoe, Hazelton to Lorne Creek, for Gold Com. Graham.,	
Horse hire for C. C. L. & W. visiting Cowichan District	
Fare of 0. 0. L. & W., New Westminster to Victoria	
do. do.        Victoria to Vancouver	
Carriage for Deputy Attorney-General, sundry times	
Fare of Government Agent Dewdney, Savona to Kamloops	
Meals and bed for Gold Com. Crimp at Glenora	
Provisions supplied to do. en route to Laketon	
Packing for do. Laketon to Telegraph C. & return
8 horse shoes	
Board and lodging for J. P. Planta, Stipendiary Magistrate, Cowichan.
Horse and buggy hire for Gov't. Agent Bray, re land dispute at Oyster
Fare of C. C. L. & W., Plumper's Pass to Victoria .... .
Provisions for Gold Com. Crimp and Indian, Laketon to Telegraph C..
Passage and board, Gold Com. Crimp, Porter's Landing to McDaine Ok
Meals and bed, do. 	
Board, do. at McDame Creek	
Meals supplied to Gold Com. Vowell at Golden City	
Herding horses for do. 2 days	
Supplies for men in charge of horses, at Columbia Lakes	
Taking charge of horses at Columbia Lakes, 20 days <tf $2
Assisting Foster,       do. do. 24       ,,       1
Hunting and bringing in horses for Gold Com. Vowell	
Searching for and bringing in Government horses at Joseph's Prairie
Horse, saddle, and bridle for Gold Com. Tunstall	
Provisions supplied to man in charge of horses for Gold Com. Vowell
Travelling- allowance, visiting Granite Creek to report on mines	
Passage of Dep. Prov. Secretary, Kamloops to Van Home	
Conveying do. Granite Creek to Nicola	
do. do. Nicola to Granite Creek	
Passage, do. various stations	
do.                           do.                   Victoria to Hammond, and return .
Carriage hire, do. 	
Vote No, 76.—Keep of Horses.
Taking oare of Government horse during winter at Kootenay	
Shoeing Government horse, Victoria	
Brush for do.
Sundry harness for do.
Shoeing, do     Granite Greek
Keeping G. C. Tunstall's horse,       do. ...   	
X.-EENT.
Tote No. 76.—Government House, Victoria.
Rent of Section 76, Fairfield, 12 months	
423 98
Carried forward.
.'   468 48
9 00
23 50
1 00
38 50
4 00
7 00
3,219 02   554 94
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■2 00
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87 50
14 00
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15 50
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2 50
6 00
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16 00
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2 50
9 27
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9 00
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8 36
40 00
24 00
8 00
2 00
86 00
6 62
77 00
2 50
10 50
15 60
31 00
10 00
2 50
4,667 88 78
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
8   cts.
8   cts.
8   cts
S A Rogers	
John Maxwell, Jr	
J F Allison	
W K Bull 	
Lowenherg, Harris & Co
W H Dempster	
Henry Fry	
Geo Kenny	
Jno 0 Mollett	
J E McMillan	
H Nicholson	
Do	
Jno Puetz	
W F T Bullen	
Eric Duncan	
Jno Clapperton	
M Bate	
B Springer	
RH Alexander	
J no Hendry	
J P Davies & Co	
A Onderdonk	
J D Kavanagh	
J W Buchanan	
P McL Morrison 	
Frank Cook	
GB Wright	
L Morrison	
Orman, Crook & Co	
D D Mann	
Munroe & Holt	
McDermud & Ross	
Madigan & Buchanan....
Keefe & Clark	
John Armstrong	
D J Tingley	
Muir Bros  	
Wm Taylor	
McKenzie & Meagher....
GB Perelle	
McLellan & Earle	
W McKenzie & Co	
Brought Jor ward.
XL-REVENUE SERVICES.
Vote No. 77.—Commission.
468 48
Commission on
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Fletcher & McNaughton
John Boyd	
Jno McLean	
S Downes & Co	
A D Mclnnes	
R McLeese	
Veith, Borland & Co ..
Pinchbeck & Lyne	
John Bowron	
J B Lovell	
James Mcintosh	
J P Planta, S M	
J McK Lambly	
J C Haynes	
Paul J Gillie	
T W Foster  	
Jno Murray	
G ECorbould	
H Marriner 	
TRFigg	
S P Mills	
D K Robertson	
David Griffith .;	
Indian Alexander	
Nils Hanson    	
Harold Redgrave	
John Dal by	
John Henderson	
Henry Coghlan	
APeatt	
Jas Phair	
Donald McDonald	
Henry Simpson	
collections,
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ilo.
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i sale of lots
collections,
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Barkervilie, @ 16 per
Salt Spring Island,       10
Similkameen, 20
Victoria. 10
do. 5
Skeena, 10
Cowichan, 10
Omineca, 15
Alberni, 15
Victoria, 10
Granite Creek, 10
Osoyoos, 25
Mayne Island, 10
Alb. Iron Works. Vic.,   5
Comox, 10
Nicola, 10
Nanaimo, 10
timber dues, 10
do 10
do. 10
at Vancouver, 5
Railway employes, 5
do. 5
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.Courts of Appeal.
Meals, bed, keep of horse for J. Bowron, at Stanley, holding Ct. of Appeal
do.
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Hire of horse, 12 days @ 82.50 .
Holding Court of Appeal at Yale.
do.
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Quesnelle,
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Australian Ranche
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Alexandria,
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Soda Creek,
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150-Mile House,
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Williams Lake,
do.
do. do.                  Kamloops	
do. do.                Nanaimo	
do. do. Okanagan,                                  4 days @ $10
do. do. Similkameen & Osoyoos, 820; trav. al. 812.50
do. do. Nicola, S10 ; paid for advertising do., S3
do. do.                Lillooet	
do. do.                Spence's Bridge	
do. do. New Westminster,                    5 days @ $10
do. do.                Cowichan ^	
do. do.                Mayne Island	
do. do. Victoria City, Esquimalt & Victoria Dists..
Travelling Koppenses.
Meals, bed and keep of horse, collecting from Chinese along line of R.R,
Provisions supplied to Collector Parker	
Hunting horse for do. 	
Meals, bed and keep of horse for Collector Redgrave	
Horse hire for Collector Redgrave, Farwell to Golden City,    15 d. @ S2
Horse and buggy hire for Collector Booth	
Meals and keep of horse do. South Saanich	
do. do. do. Metchosin	
do. do. do. Colwood	
do. do. do. Goldstream	
do. do. do. North Saanich	
do. do. do. South Saanich	
Carried forward	
468 48
•204 16
68 48
747 26
501 00
6 75
53 30
271 76
36 37
50 69
51 50
873 00
296 95
14 55
14 40
94 24
292 50
404 24
3 66
12 91
18 94
1,163 21
313 96
104 55
15 00
202 06
24 76
7 80
60 00
105 00
120 00
25 36
45 00
27 75
45 45
3 60
15 00
188 SO
38 40
8 70
1 50
93 15
54 00
4 75
4 04
9 25
6 00
2 00
9 50
5 50
1  50
30 00
10 00
10 00
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40 00
32 50
13 00
10 00
10 00
50 00
5 00
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21 50
17 25
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3 0C
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2 00
1 00 50 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July,  [885, to 30th June, 1886.
79
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
f   cts.
9   cts.
?   cts.
John Camp	
Jos Maynard	
Victoria Transfer Co ,
Mrs Geister	
Mrs S M Nelson	
Peter Audap	
James Campbell	
John McKay	
C P Railway Co..... .
Geo. Baillie	
Louis Hautier	
D J Creighton	
H B Dart	
Peter Fink	
Barnes & Evans 	
Jno Murray.	
J B Barrick	
J R McDonnell	
Vieth, Borland & Co
John G Goodson	
Frank Guy	
Pinchbeck & Lyne ..,
Veith, Borland & Co.,
Jno McLean	
S Downes	
ADMcInnes	
P C Dunlevy	
Frank Guy	
G B Eagle   	
W Trelaise ,
D Allen	
John Boyd	
Frank Guy	
Felker Bros	
Mason & Daly   	
Wm LeBallister	
Indian Billy	
W H Keatley	
J Martley 	
Wm Cargile	
Michael Veasey	
Jacob Mundorf	
Wm J Saul	
Thos M Hamilton....
J R Felker	
Wm Morrison	
H 0 Bowe	
WH Wright	
George LeBo	
Moses Pigeon	
Gaspard Isadore	
D Ercole	
Jos Haller	
Marshall & Smith
C Phair   	
Thomas C Harris ...
H McGregor	
Dan Harley	
R Carson	
Alex Burnett	
Jas W Wood	
Philip Grinder	
Indian William	
E C Parker	
Harold Redgrave	
Nils Hanson	
O Peterson, Jr 	
J C Durick	
Ritchie & Johnson ..,
Elliott & Marley ..    ,
Mrs O'Brien   	
Muir Bros	
John Stone	
W H Lilley	
Teitzel & Norris	
Wm Kirkland 	
E L Kirkland	
Thos McNeeley	
John King	
Geo Boothroyd	
Jos Jesiner	
Brought forward	
XL-REVENUE SmYlCm.-Continned.
Travelling Expenses.—Continued.
Meals and keep of horse, Collector Booth, Lake	
Carriage do. Esquimalt and return .
do. do. ■        sundry times ..."	
Meals for Collector Hussey at Emory	
Hire of horse and buggy tor Collector Hnssey, 4 days (<x S3	
Meals and keep of horse
Meals, bed and keep of horse,
Ferry age,
Meals, bed and keep of horse,
Buggy hire,
Meals, bed and keep of horse,
do. do. etc.
do. do.
do. do.
Team and sleigh hire
Meals, bed and keep of horse,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
at Cache Creek	
crossing Thompson River
Spence's Bridge to Lytton
0 days @ $3 .. .
at 50-Mile Post .
at Boston Bar ..
North Bend	
at Ashcroft
Lytton	
do.
Meals and bed for Collector Meyers, assisting to collect from Chinese ..
Meals and bed & keep of horse for Col. Stephenson, Keithley Creek....
do.
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& horse feed
do.
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Fare,
do.
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Barkervilie.
Beaver Lake	
Williams Lake ....
150-Mile House ...
& man, Quesnelle.
Australian Ranch.
Alexandria	
& man, Soda Creek
Beaver Lake	
Bark'ville to Stanley
Beaver House...
Beaver Lake.
Meals, bed & keep of horse,
do. do.
do. do.
Keep of Collector Stephenson's horse in winter
Meals, bed, and keep of horse for Collector Stephenson at Barkervilie .
Buggy hire and saddle horse for Collector Bray	
Services of self and horse, assisting Collector Phair	
Meals, bed and keep of horse for Col. Phair, at 15-Mile House	
do.
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Fare, Clinton to Pavilion Mountain, do.
Stage fare, Lillooet to    do. do.
Meals, bed and keep of horse, do.
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
Assisting        Collector Parker,   7 days @ SI.60
Horse hire for do. 12 '     ,,    2
do. Collector Redgrave, 63       ,,2
Meals, bed and horse keep for Col. Redgrave
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Horse hire.
Meals, bed a
id horse feed for
Pavilion.
Hat Creek	
Bonaparte  	
do.      	
70-Mile House..
Bridge Creek ..
Lac La Hache..
134-Mile House
Alkali Lake
Dog Creek	
do	
do	
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Canoe Creek. .
Haller's Ranch.
at Pavilion Mountain..
Crows Bar	
Clinton	
Big Bar	
Golden City to Eagle Pass
do. do.
do. do. do
do. do. do.
Meals & bed, col. fin. ry. employee, do.
Sundry messages, do. do.
Meals & bed, do. do.
do. & keep of horse,Eagle P. do.
Horse hire, Farwell to Eagle P. & ret. do.
Meals and bed at Donald, do.
Horse hire & feed, collect, between Farwell & Griffin Lake, Col. Kirkup
do. N. W. Dist., July 26th to Oct. 7th, for Col. Kirkland
do.                   collecting on branch railway,                          do.
Meals and bed for Collector Kirkland at Ladner,s Landing	
do. and horse keep, do. Elgin	
do. do.        do. do	
do. do. do. Hall's Prairie	
Carried forward.
125 25  6,951 20
1 00
2 00
35 50
2 50
12 00
6 50
7 50
1 00
2 25
14 00
18 00
5 60
13 00
1 50
6 60
7 50
1 00
3 60
39 00
15 75
5 00
3 50
26 75
14 60
7 25
15 60
26 75
11 60
2 60
8 25
3 00
2 00
25 00
•20 00
8 60
6 60
5 00
10 00
17 00
2 50
2 60
1 00
3 00
5 50
3 00
3 00
6 00
3 00
2 00
2 50
2 50
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5 00
51 50
73 50
2 60
2 60
2 50
2 75
2 50
2 60
5 00
10 50
24 00
126 00
93 00
12 00
16 00
6 00
10 10
2 00
12 00
16 00
22 00
6 00
60 00
3 00
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10 75
6 00
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1,172 85  6,951 20 80
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
g   cts.
8   cts.
9   eta.
Murdock Mclver	
Jno Muichison.	
Robert Brown	
Chas Nicholson	
John Musselwhite....
Thos York	
A Ennes	
Mrs M Harrison.	
Str Reliance	
LGirouard	
Jos Christian	
Postill Bros	
Chas Christian	
John Merrett	
F G Vernon	
Wm' Kirkland 	
Shaw & Sherman	
Thos Levi	
Thos M Morrison ....
B F Boyce	
N Oliver	
E L Kirkland	
H Eastwood	
C Warwick	
Geo B Murray	
G B Wright	
Str Peerless	
John Derwent	
Campbell Sz Lemon.. .
J D Campbell  	
W H Smith	
Ferguson & Newland.
Andrew Leamy	
W Fortune ..'.	
Str Peerless	
Str Amelia 	
Str Daisy	
H E Peck	
W LLeBallister	
M Wilkinson	
Wm Boucher	
Indian Camo	
C Phair   	
T McEdwards	
Postil Bros	
Eli Lequime	
Indian Luke	
C B Eagle	
H Anderson	
CPR	
F Dowd	
W R Lewis	
J Miller „	
D K Robertson . .
Harold Redgrave
Do.
S L Redgrave. ...
F Meyers	
Lambly Bros ....
TH Giffln	
W K Bull	
Charles Davis
C L Lewis	
Chas Clark
H M Lewis    	
Thomas Kelly..,
Geo B Murray .,
S W Cumyow ...
John Merret....
Geo Kenney ....
Indian Jack 	
Do   Jo Tear .
John Gallagher .
W H Eastwood
Frank Young   *
" Colonist" 	
Henry Simpson.
H Price	
Brought forward	
X) —REVENUE SEEVICES— Continued.
Travelling Expenses—Concluded.
Meals and horse keep, Coll'r Kirkland,  Langley
do.
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do.
Langley Prairie.
Langley	
Mount Lehman
Sumas	
do	
Centreville ....
Chilliwhack ....
of Collector Kirkland, Chilliwhack to New Westminster ...
Meals, bed and keep of horse for Collector Dewdney	
do. do. do. 	
do. do. do. 	
do. do. do. 	
do. do. do. 	
do. do. do. 	
Ferrying Collector Kirkland from Ladner's. Landing to English's cannery
ard for
do.
do.
do.
do.     etc.,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
North Arm
Port Haney.
Chilliwhack .
Nicomen....
Wharnock .
Paid for meals, keep of horse, ferriage, etc	
Bed and meals for Collector Dewdney at Belvedere	
Steamer fare and meals to Port Haney and canoe hire	
do.       board, and keep of horse for Govt. Agent at Port Hammond
Meals for Collector Smith at Eagle Pass	
Passage and meals, do.      Kamloops to Eagle Pass, and return	
Board, do.     collecting along railway line	
Horse hire, do. do. do.
Allowance for exp., do.                  do.                  do.       (Island Railway)
rse hire for do.     Savona Ferry	
Meals, bed and horse keep for Collector Smith at Savona Ferry	
Self and horse collecting Chinese mining licenses	
Meals, bed, and hire of horse lor Collector Tunstall at Tranquille...
Fare from Kamloops to Tranquille for       do. 	
Passage of Government Agent Bray, Nanaimo to Ohemair.us	
do. do. Chemainus to Nanaimo	
Horse & buggy hire,   do. to Oyster Bay	
do. do. to Wellington, sundry times.
Meals for do. do. 	
Ferrying Collector St.Laurent across Fraser River	
Canoe hire, meals, horse feed, etc., for Collector Phair at Bridge River
Horse hire, returning from Clinton	
Meals and bed for J. McK. Lambly holding Court of Revision, Okanagan
do. do. & W. Dewdney,   do.    Mission Valley
do. & horse feed, do. do. do. do.
Horse hire for Collector Anderson at Mission and Joseph's Prairie.   .
1,100 pounds oats for Collector Stephenson's horse ..	
Horse hire for Collector Anderson to Joseph's Prairie and Palmer Bar
Fare of Collector Dennis, Laggan, N. W. T., to Donald, B. C, & return
Board for do. at do. 	
Buggy hire for Collector Warwick at Burrard Inlet	
Horse hire for Collector Miller do. 	
Mi seella neon s.
Assisting paymaster to collect taxes from Chinese, Kamloops, 4 d. @ S3
Services in office at Kicking Horse during absence of Col., 125 d. @ $2.50
do. Golden City office, June	
do. office at Kicking Horse during absence of Col., 28    ,,   2.50
do. assisting to collect from Chinese at Yale, 4     ,,    2.60
Rent of office and dwelling at Okanagan for Collector Dewdney,4 months
to 7th November, 1815, @ S20 per month	
Rent of Toll Office, Telegraph Creek, 4 months, to 31st Oct. (3 $10$ m.
Paid for summoning Chinese, under " Chinese Regulation Act, 1884"
Posting notices to tax payers, Victoria	
Services rendered assisting to collect taxes, Kootenay District 	
Paid Indians for assisting Collector Parker do. 	
Assisting do. do.       12 d. <a$2.50
Attending office, Golden City during abs. of Col. Redgrave, 5     ,,    2.50
Collecting Provincial Revenue Tax in New Westminster District	
Services as interpreter, collecting from Chinese, 3£ d. @ $2
do.     assisting to collect on Cherry Creek	
Allowance for rent of Collector's office at Omineca, for year 1885	
Assisting Collector St. Laurent to collect from Chinese	
do. do. do.     at Hixon Creek	
do.    Collector Phair	
do. Dewdney to pack up office effects	
Removing do.       effects from Spallumcheen to Priest's Valley
Advertising sale of land for taxes	
Rent of room for Court of Revision at South Saanich	
do. do. Parson's Bridge	
Carrud forward.
1,172 86
10 00
2 00
1 00
3 00
1 50
1 60
6 00
12 00
1 50
3 00
12 00
1 50
1 50
3 00
3 00
1 50
3 00
3 00
9 60
1 60
1 00
11 25
1 00
4 50
11
3 00
14 00
10 00
3 00
90 00
3 00
2 50
20 00
3 00
1 00
1 60
1 50
4 00
8 00
1 00
2 00
9 00
13 60
5 50
3 00
3 00
2 00
46 75
8 00
13 50
3 50
5 00
12 00
12 00
•287 50
40 00
70 00
10 00
80 00
40 00
4 00
2 00
25 00
10 60
30 00
12 60
30 00
7 00
3 00
20 00
6 00
5 06
17 00
5 00
50 00
170 00
. 05
5 00
946 50 50 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
81
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
J Camp	
"Free Press "	
J C Hughes.	
Hong Kit	
John Clapperton, J P
Edwin Dalley	
Indian Maus	
Ah Get	
J S Sanford	
T H Giffln	
T Roadley	
Harry Dwyer	
M Lumley, J P	
- Sing	
" Evening Post"	
" Colonist"	
McKillican & Anderson
Do.
A Vipond	
J McDowell	
J Stewart	
J Braden	
S L Kelly & Son	
G Powell 	
SL Kelly & Son	
R W Fawcett	
H Hoy	
RC P Mills Co..
Irving & Strahan
E P Julien	
M W Waitt & Co....
Str Amelia	
J F O'Brien	
Alfred Sumrherhayes
J W Stirtan	
Jean Levean	
Shuswap Milling Co.
John Murray	
John Bunte	
John McLean	
John McLennan 	
A ' iorley	
Wm Jamieson 	
Gus O'Hara	
Hudson Bay Co	
Gordon Bros	
James Vair	
James Stanner	
J A Mara	
C Bacon	
Wm Saul	
F C Clark	
U Nelson   	
F W Foster ....
B C Express Co
McLellan &Co.
AW Smith. ..
Hiram Gould .,
Brought for ward	
XI.-KEVENUE SmLYICKS.-Concluded.
Miscellaneous.—Concluded.
Rent of room for Court of Revision, Lake	
Advertising* sale of land for taxes	
Assistance on New Westminster assessment roll, 12 days @ $5
Interpreting for Collector assessing Chinsese property in Victoria City
Services attending Licensing Court at Granite Creek and exp., 6 days .
do.     rendered in Nicola office, 4 d. @ $2.5
Assisting Collector Phair collecting on Fraser River	
Interpreting for C. Booth collecting from Chinese ,
Services with canoe assisting Collector Stephenson on Fraser River...
Rent of Toll Office at Telegraph Creek, 2 months @ $10	
Leather satchel for Collector Hussey	
Services collecting Prov. Revenue Tax at Upper Nicola	
Holding Licensing Court, Kamloops $10 ; allowance for travelling ex. $25
Interpreting for E. L. Kirkland collecting Prov. Rev. Tax from Chinese
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS.
Works and Buildings.
Vote No. 78.—Repairs to Gov't Buildings and Fences.
Victoria.
Advertising repairs to Lands and Works Office	
do. do. 	
Addition to Lands and Works Office and outhouses, per contract	
Sundry repairs, etc., Government Buildings.	
Repairs to locks, etc., Land Office and Legislative Assembly	
do.     to Supreme Court building.	
do.     gas-fitting, etc., in printing office	
do. do. Government offices 	
Gas-fitting, etc., for printing office.	
Key for office	
Stove-pipe, chimney top, etc., for Legislative Assembly	
Papering, kalsomining, etc., in Treasury Department	
Vote No. 79.— Repairs to Gov't Buildings and Fences.
New  Westminster*
Sundry repairs to Court House, Sheriff's and Judge's room, etc	
Lumber for repairs to Port Moody Court House	
Door for basement of Court House, New Westminster	
Repairing floor of vault, Land Registry Office, New Westminster	
Vote No. 80.—Repairs to Gov't Buildings and Fences.
Nanaimo (Vault. &c.)
1 set vault doors   	
Freight on doors and frame for vault 	
Drayage on doors	
Brick vault and putting in stone steps, etc	
Fitting up vault	
Vote No. 81.~Repairs to Gov't Buildings and Fences*
Tale District*
Repairing fence, Court House yard, Vale	
Repairs to Government buildings, Kamloops	
Nails, window sashes, etc., Spence's Bridge Lock-up	
Wall paper for Government Office, Spence's Bridge	
Lime for Kamloops Gaol	
do.    whitewashing walls of old Court House	
Plastering chinks of Granite Creek Gaol and office	
Repairing windows in Yale buildings	
4 loads of gravel for gaol yard, Yale    	
Flag halyards, Government Offices, Yale	
Repairing cell door in Kamloops Gaol	
Cleaning and repairing stove-pipe, Government Office, Spence's Bridge
Glazing 4 lights in Yale Gaol	
Nails, glue, padlock, etc., for Government Office, Kamloops 	
Repairing window, painting, etc., Court House, Kamloops 	
Vote No. 8%.—Repairs to Gov't Buildings and Fences,
'Lillooet District.
2 bbls. lime for repair of Government Buildings, Clinton...   	
Lumber	
Paint and oil	
House lining, wall-paper, etc	
Freight on door locks, Victoria to Clinton	
Carpenter work on jury room, $75 ; stove-pipe, $21.75	
Stove-pipe, tin and nails for Lillooet Court House	
Labour on gaol yard fence and repairing floor, Clinton	
Carried forward  ,	
946 50      8,526 30
5 00
5 00
60 00
1 50
60 00
10 00
1 00
75
15 00
20 00
3 00
14 00
35 00
3 00
1,179 75
6 00
11 70
650 00
17 25
7 00
10 50
7 00
10 59
16 25
75
30 75
57 69
75 64
12 10
5 00
2 00
186 00
2 60
4 00
373 50
36 00
9,706 06
2 50
1 53i
16 13
8 00
2 50
2 50|
4 75!
II 00
94 74
)       468 48
2 00
75
50
1 00
2 00
8 39
14 26
77 80
5 00
41 76
3 35
30 61
2 40
96 75
1 76
15 00
196 62
2.008 64 82
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
Wintemute Bros	
Jas Cunningham & Co
W Edwards	
DeBeck Bros & Co . ...
Thos Owens	
RCPMills Co	
Chas G Major	
T R Pearson & Co	
C Murray	
McKillican & Anderson.
Eli Harrison	
Smith & Clarke	
" Columbian"	
" Evening Post"	
"Colonist"	
McDonald & Grant	
Frank W Jesse	
John Ash	
SC Burns	
Wm Tierney	
J B Harrison	
John Stewart	
S L Kelly & Son	
Harris & Hargreaves ..
Albion Iron Works Co
C H Lambkin	
John Braden	
Chas Ball	
Jacob Sehl	
John Weiler	
M W Welch	
George Powell
EG Prior	
Alex Cowan	
P McQuade & Son
C P Smith	
T Carrington	
John McDowell ..
H B Rendell	
F Marion	
W J Keller	
W P Sayward	
W S Gore    	
C P N Co   	
M J & S Carkeek....
Thos Owens	
Jos Wise 	
W R Lewis	
Jas Kennedy	
WmTurnbull	
Woods, Turner & Gamble
Albion Iron Works Co ..
James Cunningham & Co
R C P Mills	
Brought forward	
XII.--PUBLIC WORKS -Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No. 83.—jLsylum for the Insane, New Westminster
(Repairs).
Lumber	
Nails, glass, sheet-iron, stove-pipe, stop cocks, lawn mower, etc	
Lime, cement, etc., and labour fitting up and repairing range	
Lumber	
Iron work for gate, hammers, weed cutters, repairing tools, etc	
Shingles, door, 4 lights, and expressage	
Wheelbarrows, shovels, mattocks, pick, cod-line, etc	
3 sets garden tools	
Paper and kalsomining	
Vote No. 84.—Repairs to Victoria Gaol (City).
Lumber, etc	
Glazing 20 lights	
Lumber, building extra cells, and sundry repairs
Vote No. 88.— Gaol at Victoria (construction).
Advertising for tenders	
do. 	
do. 	
Construction of Gaol, per contract, $22,332 ; extras, $160	
3 type writer copies of specifications	
Purchase of lots for Gaol site	
Superintending construction	
Extension of Quadra Street through Gaol site, per contract	
Foreman in charge of masonry and brick work, 3^ months @ $150 ^ m.
Laying water-pipe from main to gaol	
Stoves, pipes, copper boilers, oil tank, lantern, etc	
Surveying gaol property and taking- levels	
Albion range, piping, etc	
Foreman of carpenter work, 4^ months @ $150, $637.50; hod, etc..
$3.25 ; easing cell doors, etc., $14	
Extra plumbing, stove-pipe, etc., (not included in building contract)..
30 door handles, gratings for doors, hasps and staples, etc	
133 wire beds @ $3.75	
Blinds, chairs, tables, cocoa matting, lamps, brushes, stair-rods, etc...
Watchman of building, 2.\ months @ $60 per month	
Lamps, brackets, buckets, etc	
Drills, fuse, powder, wire netting, pick handles, paint, wcheel bar rows, etc.
Coal box and scuttle	
Paint, oil, etc	
Labour building fence, dark cell, etc	
Lamp and window cleaners    ...
Superintending fence, and the painting of building, etc	
Painting exterior of building, per contract, $364 ; glass, $2............
Construction of fence, $S40, per contract; extras, $29 ".	
Sewer pipe, elbows, etc	
Lumber for fencing, cells, etc	
Geo Bainbridge
E Priest	
J H Pleace	
J W Stirtan ...
James O'Brien .
"Free Press" .
A Mayer & Co .
G H Frost	
Haslam & Lees
T E Peck	
Vote No. 86—Gaol at New Westminster (completion).
Travelling- allowance inspecting- gaol, 4 days @ $4	
Passage of Surveyor-General to New Westminster and return (twice).
Balance in full of contract, $12,014; extras, $98.50	
Iron door steps, grating for basement, etc	
Hauling sewer-pipe	
Buggy hire for Surveyor-General at New Westminster	
Balance of commission for superintending	
Putting laddlors and skylights on roof, etc	
Giving levels for drain from gaol to river	
2 wrought iron door sills, $6 ; 4 stoves, $63	
Range, stove-pipe, iron buckets, door-bells, etc	
Drain-box, lumber, etc	
Vote No. 87.—Gaol, Nanaimo (fencing, &c.)
Labour on gaol fence	
Surveying line of new fence	
Paint, varnish, brush, etc	
Floor and foundation, building wash-house, moving old fence, etc.
Drayage on lumber	
Advertising for tenders	
Nails for gaol fence	
Building gaol yard fence, per contract	
Lumber	
Hire of scow for bringing gravel	
Carried, for ward.
468 48
2,003 64
16 91
141 17
52 17
16 78
62 00
10 50
49 75
6 00
8 00
362 28
9 00
9 25
460 40
478 65
6 02
33 20
68 90
22,492 00
10 00
5,600 00
336 75
261 00
625 00
360 96
167 39
60 00
38 50
654 75
631 24
35 25
498 75
337 42
135 00
354 20
368 90
23 00
66 50
246 00
5 25
70 00
366 00
S69'37
105 25
291 00
35,005 60
16 00
10 00
12,112 50
32 25
14 87
3 00
319 00
47 50
10 00
69 00
260 49
174 54
13,069 15
17 50
10 00
13 63
460 50
2 0C
5 00
2 60
517 00
16 36
20 00
1,064 59
468 48
51,983 91 50 Vic. Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
83
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
468 48  .   	
61,983 91
XII.-PUBIilC WORKS-Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No. 88.— Government Buildings, Okanagan
2 40
2,299 00
5 00
Construction of Gov't office, & agent's quarters, Priest's V., per contract
Vote No. 80.—Lock-up at Magle Pass.
2,306 40
120 00
5 00
20 00
19 00
19 00
1 50
67 63
Vote No. 00.— Government Huildinffs, Kootenai/.
Labour obtain, logs, etc., Gov't. Office & lock-up, Koot'y L.,4£ cl. @$3
do.                  do.                  do.                        do.         7     ,,
Labour on lock-up at Kootenay Lake,                                     3     ,,    2.50
Labour repairing' lock-up at Wild Horse Creek,                    1\   „     3
13 50
•21 00
7 50
22 50
13 25
13 85
122 25
8 75
8 12
10 50
38 50
81S 50
146 50
22 50
22 50
12 12
150 00
7 00
40 00
34 26
177 00
31 30
200 00
104 00
David Griffith	
Kootenay M & S Co	
E L Weeks & Co	
Material and sundry repairs to Government building's at Donald	
Labour on lock-up at Golden City,                                        3£   „   2.50
Sundry repairs to Wild Horse lock-up,                                    3|   ,,   2.50
L II Estell    	
8,000 cedar shakes, lumber, logs, & haul. timber,Gov7t offices, Windermere
Timber, $111.50; labour, §35,                                    do.             do.
Labour,                                                                            do.              do.
do.                                                                                 do.              do.
Cross-cut saw, $5 ; freight on material, $7.12,            do.              do.
Shingles,                                                                     do.             do.
Freight on shingles, Golden City to Steamboat L.,   do.             do.
Sawing Lumber,                                                             do.              do.
Lumber,                                                                           do.              do.
Hauling7 and rafting logs for                                         do.              do.
Nails, shovels, axes, grindstone, etc.,                          do.              do.
2,500 feet lumber,                                                           do.              do.
Superintending erection of Gov't buildings at Windermere, 26 d. @ $4
Vote No. 91.— Government Buildings, Forks of Quesnelle
(completion).
Labour 7SJ days @ S7
Vote No. 0%—Lock-up at Quesnelle,
W Asher	
2,040 40
614 50
235 00
749 60
6 00
65 28
39 20
68 00
27 70
Vote No. 04.—Furniture for Government Offices
throughout the Province.
196 18
8 75
44 00
12 50
5 00
50 50
35 00
4 50
24 90
80 50
13 00
48 63
66 00
2 25
16 02
31 25
6 00
35 00
7 75
17 05
3 00
'   160 00
McKillican & Anderson..
Making shelves, etc., Land Office, Victoria, & furniture for Assay Office
Linoleum, door mats, etc., Land Office; coal scuttle, etc., Provincial
Secretary s Office and Supreme Court	
S L Kelly & Son 	
H Hoy	
Stove, stove-pipe, water-pot, etc., Lands and Works and Supreme Court
Book cases, table, desk, etc., for Judges' rooms, New Westminster	
F W Foster	
C L Smith	
Leather covered chair for Judges' room, Nanaimo	
2 water barrels for protection against Are, Govt. Office, Priest's Valley
468 48
660 60
57,628 42 84
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
8   cts.
C Millar & Co	
F W Foster	
H McGregor	
McCleilan & Co ....
Coulter & Co	
J Dassonville & Co .
C E Redfein	
John Weiler	
Brought forward.
XII.-PHBLIC WORKS-Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No. 94.—Fa vulture for Government Offices
throughout the Province.—Concluded.
S L Kelly & Son ......
Gordon Bros	
J A Mara	
Str Peerless  	
John Hamilton	
H F Keefer	
Jas Cunning'ham & Co
James Fell & Co	
H McGregor	
McLellan & Co	
U Nelson & Co-.	
F W Foster	
Jesse Phair	
C G Major	
E S Scoullar	
Douglas & Deighton ....
Fell & Co	
J S Holloway 	
A Lindsay	
Thompson & Ferguson ..
T T Matthews	
Courcier & Johnston ....
Blair k Allan	
Jacob Sehl  	
Irving & Strahan	
A Bullock	
M ason & Daly	
John Weiler	
Do	
Gordon Bros	
CPR	
Irah J Fyke 	
W Gardner	
F W Foster	
M Manson & Co	
John Michael	
C E Redfern	
Marvin & Tilton	
Joseph Somers	
John Weiler	
R W Fawcett	
M W Waitt & Co	
Jacob Sehl	
McKillican & Anderson..
E Eddy 	
Angus Mclntvre	
T Gray	
Est C Leroy	
T H Moore	
A F Hautier	
CPR	
Art Clemes	
G M Sproat	
W H Lilly	
W McKenzie & Co	
M Manson & Co	
Str Kamloops	
W A Simmons	
Gordon Bros	
J A Mara	
C S Scoullar & Co 	
James Cunningham & Co
C G Major	
Table
Window blind
Candlestick,
Chas Ball  	
E G Prior 	
PT Johnston & Co....
McKillican & Anderson.
Repairing stove, Government Office, Kamloops 	
Stove and blinds for Court House, Clinton	
Freight on   do. do. 	
Shelves and curtains for law library, Clinton Court House	
Lamps for Court House, New Westminster.   	
Repairing clock for Land Office	
do. 	
Chairs, freight, etc., Govt. Office, Richfield, $23.25: chairs for Judges
room, Supreme Court, 832; repairing chairs in Treasury, $3.75....
1 fender and repairing stove, Legislative Assembly	
Making desk and cupboard for Court House, Kamloops	
Stove-pipe, window blinds, etc., Government Office, Okanagan	
Freight on sundries for do. do.        	
Pigeon holes for do. do	
Stove-pipe, etc., for do. do.        	
Door spring, etc., for Land Office, New Westminster	
Zinc buckets, brooms, towels, etc., for Supreme Court, Victoria	
Stove-pipe for Lillooet Court House	
do.       and roof plates,   do.      .	
Lamp chimneys for do	
Brooms, curtain cloth, etc., for Govt. Offices, Lillooet and Clinton  ....
Repairing copying press, Kamloops	
Lamps for Court House, New Westminster	
Sundry articles for do.    and Govt. Offices, New Westminster	
Chairs for Land Registry Office, do. 	
Coal scuttles, brooms, etc., for Legislative Assembly	
Furniture for office, Granite Creek	
2 chairs, do. 	
Bucket, broom, etc.,  do. 	
do. 	
do. 	
do. 	
Window blinds for office, Spence's Bridge	
Counter and desk for Registry Office, desk for Immigration Agent, N. W,
Curtains for Judge's room, Nanaimo Court House	
Toilet set and mirror for Judge's room, Barkervilie	
Cocoa matting, linoleum, chair, etc., for Government Offices, Victoria..
Chairs, matting, spring blinds, etc., for Court House, Kamloops	
Setting up furniture in new do. 	
Freight on safe from Golden City to Donald	
Tables, chairs, etc., for Magistrate's office, Donald !	
Hauling safe from railway depot to Government Office, Farwell	
Stove, and freight on same, for Clinton Office    	
Lamp, bureau, washstand, etc., for Judge's room, Nanaimo	
Table, desk, stools, etc., for Cowichan Court House	
One clock each for Gov't Printing Office and Kamloops Court House..
Half doz. fire iron stands for Legislative Assembly	
Desk for office of Superintendent of Police	
Covering chairs, Lands and Works Office, Victoria	
Mounting and hanging 2 Maps for Treasury Department	
Safe for Government Office, Kamloops	
Picture frames, etc., for Land Office 	
Pigeon holes, drawing board, for Land Office, desk, etc., Audit Office.
Table and chairs for Magistrate's Office, Farwell	
Drayage on stoves, do. 	
Tables, etc., do. 	
Tables, stools, and bench. do.  ,	
Cook stove and pipe for Magistrate's house, Farwell	
Hauling safe from Government Office, Lytton, to railroad depot .
Freight on safe, Lytton to Spence's Bridge	
Hauling safe from depot to Government Office, Spence's Bridge	
Cash box for do. Farwell	
Pigeon holes for do. Donald	
Stove for Magistrate's Office, Donald	
Cornices, hanging curtains, etc., for Judge and Jury rooms, Nanaimo..
Freight and advance charges on safe and furniture, Victoria to Kamloops
Making and fitting up furniture, new Court House, Kamloops	
Desk, etc., for do. do	
Clock, broom, hammer, etc., Gov't Office and Court House, Kamloops
Blowers, coal scuttles, rep'g and cleaning stoves, etc., Gov't Offices, N. W,
Matting, oilcloth, etc., do.
Brooms, towels, etc., do.
Vote No. 95.—Improvement of Government Reserves.
Sharpening and repairing tools, etc	
Tools, etc	
Grass seed for grounds	
Fencing, gate trimmings, etc., Government grounds, Victoria	
Carried forward	
60    57,528 42
1 00
16 91
3 21
10 00
12 00
1 50
1 00
69 00
6 50
55 00
-
26 15
4 00
12 00
6 12
1 00
12 76
2 50
17 00
1 25
4 00
1 OO
5 00
13 50
8 00
14 00
8 00
6 00
3 00
*
4 00
1*00
75
S 00
88 00
2 63
8 00
110 73
81 26
3 59
2 36
30 00
4 00
18 80
13 00
28 26
19 00
9 26
26 00
8 00
5 00
230 00
8 63
132 40
7 00
3 50
5 50
9 04
100 00
2 50
9 80
3 00
2 50
15 00
33 00
6 00
95 20
22 00
15 26
23 75
18 60
7 34
6 75
2,190 06
21 37
70 79
5 37
105 07
20 50
41 20
496 22
237 66
59,718 4$ oO Vto. Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
8.5
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
Wm Rockett.
Geo Stelly ...
Langley & Co
J McDowell..
Wm Ward Spinks.
Brought forward	
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS. —Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
tote No. 98.—Improvement of Government Reserves.-
Concluded.
Construction of fence, south side Government grounds, Victoria ...
Gravel and hauling, do., do. do	
Oil for lawn mower, rollers, etc., do. do	
Repairing fence and gates, do. do	
Vote No. 96.—Hospital at Kamloops (in aid of construction).
Grant in aid of construction	
Vote No. 97.—Court House at Kamloops.
On account of contract for construction .
Vote No. 98.—Insurance of Government Buildings.
N British & Mercantile .
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
London & Lancashire...
Do.
Do.
imperial Insurance Co .
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Liverpool,London & Gl'be
Do.
Do.
Phcenix Insurance Co....
Do.
• Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Guardian Insurance Co..
Do.
Do.
National Insurance Co ..
Do.
Do.
Do.
i*Etna Insurance Co	
Com Union Insurance Co
Do.
London & Glasgow In Co
Do.
Northern Insurance Co..
John Stewart	
Chas Hay ward ,
McKillican & Anderson
B Finnerty	
Geo Stelly	
Geo Baker	
Jos Sears	
Thos Storey	
R Lettice	
J P Elford	
Chas Hayward	
David C Heal	
Henrv Jewell .        ....
EG Prior	
G W A Lange & Co	
Jacob Sehl    	
S L Kelly & Co	
McKillican & Anderson
Insurance
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
on Land Registry Office, New Westminster	
Wellington School House	
Government Buildings, Victoria	
new school, Nanaimo	
New Westminster Gaol	
Public School, New Westminster	
Royal Hospital and old Asylum, Victoria	
Asylum for the Insane	
Public School, New Westminster	
Central School	
Cache Creek School	
Government Buildings and furniture, Victoria	
coach-house and stables, Government House	
Government Office, New Westminster 	
Johnson Street Ward School	
Public School, Victoria	
New Westminster Gaol 	
Library of House of Assembly and Attorney-General
Clinton Court House	
Government House and furniture 	
New Central School building, Victoria	
New Gaol, Victoria 	
New Westminster Gaol	
Richfield Court House	
Convalescent Home, Victoria   	
Girls' School, Nanaimo	
Central School, Victoria	
New Gaol, Victoria   	
Government Buildings, Kamloops	
New Westminster Gaol	
Government Buildings, Priest's Valley -.	
New Gaol, Victoria	
do. 	
Court House, Yale	
do. Kamloops	
Gaol, New Westminster	
Court House,    do. 	
Vote No. 99.—Public Schools,  Victoria (repairs).
Repairing water-tank	
Sundry repairs to building and drains, Central School	
Repairing seat, swing, drain and fence at       do. 	
Digging drain through school ground to connect with city drain ..
Hauling gravel for Central School grounds	
Repairing gate, Johnson Street School	
Glazing in Central School	
Sundry repairs to Central, Johnson, and James' Bay Schools	
Glazing in Central and James' Bay Schools   	
Repairing gutter at High School '	
Vote No. JOO.~ Public Schools,   Victoria (furniture).
Two teachers' desks	
Stove-pipe, zinc and labour.
1 dozen chairs	
1 dozen coal shovels	
Clock
1 dozen chairs      	
2 coal scuttles	
Repairing seats and putting shelves in cupboard.
Carried forward.
237 56    59,718 48
99 00
53 00
3 50
15 25
447 87 86
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
"Colonist"	
" Evening Post .
J P Elford	
John McDowell ,
S L Kelly & Son
Jacob Sehl	
"Evening Post'
"Colonist"	
" Free Press " .,
H MRoss	
J H Pleace	
James O'Brien .
Walter Wilson ..
R Wilson	
J P Elford	
Louis Page	
D John	
J W Stirtan	
W Sinclair	
M Manson & Co.
John Michael...
H Fry	
1' Evening Post'
" Colonist"	
" Columbian " .
Noon & Fales .,
" Columbian " .
J C Hughes	
J S Gray	
" Columbian " .
Thos Turnbull .
John Michael ..
H Fry	
"Evening Post'
" Colonist"....
C W Jenkinson.
Geo N Frost .. .
S Creech	
Brought forward	
XII.-PUBLIC WOJ&liS.-Continued,
Works and Buildings,—Continued.
Vote No. 101.— Public School,   Victoria
(construction, and furniture).
Advertising for Tenders	
do. do	
Construction of building, per contract, $5,068; construction of  seats
and desks $786.60	
Commission for superintending	
Stoves, pipe, and setting up	
Tables, chairs, matting, etc	
Vote No. 102.—Public School, Nanaimo
(construction and furniture).
Advertising for Tenders    	
do. do.	
do. do	
Construction of building, per contract, $2,282 ; extras §413	
Two stoves, pipes, etc	
Coal for drying building	
Stove, pipe, fitting, etc	
Attending fires in school biulding to dry plaster, 33 days @ §1.25.
100 school desks $570; freight, etc., $59.50.	
Frosting windows	
Scrubbing rooms	
Blocking out transoms and doors	
Hauling furniture from old to new school 	
Blinds and hat-hooks	
Vote No. 103.—Public School,  Quamichan
(construction and furniture).
Construction of school house and desks, per contract, $590; cutting-
tree and extending- fence $10	
Commission superintending construction	
Vote No. 104.—Public School, Port Moody
(construction and furniture).
Advertising for tenders	
do. do	
do. do.
Construction of building, per contract, including' fencing- and furniture
Vote No.   !Oi>.— Fitblic School, Prairie
(construction and furniture).
Advertising for tenders	
Services as arbitrator and expenses, selecting site for school-house .
Construction of building, per contract, including furniture	
Vote No.  106.—Public School, Hall's Prairie
(construction and furniture).
Advertising for tenders	
Construction of brulding, per contract, including furniture	
Vote No. 107.—P\dilic School, Somenos
(construction and furniture).
Construction of building, including furniture, $576 ; clear, grounds, $10
Commission superintending construction, £576, at 5 %	
Vote No. 108 Public School, Cadboro
(construction and furniture).
Advertising for tenders 	
do. do	
Construction of building and desks, per contract, $597,  gate, $6..
Vote No.  109,^Public School, North Chemainus
(construction and furniture).
Construction of building and desks, per contract	
Vote No. 110.—Public School, Courtenay
(construction and, furniture).
Construction of building (payments on account of contract)
Carried forward.
16 00
8 00
>,854 60
126 70
132 88
101 34
8 00
21 00
2 50
2,695 00
91 00
30 00
50 12
41 25
629 50
7 00
20 00
12 00
7 00
37 00
600 00
29 50
6 00
14 50
4 34
674 00
7 84
12 75
646 00
5 IS
643 00
586 00
28 80
8 00
12 90
603 00
504 22    84,343 23
3,661 37
500 00 50 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
87
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.'
Arrears.
$   cts.
"Columbian "	
Samuel Calbick	
DeBeck Bros & Co	
Jas Cunningham & Co
Do.
Henry Elliott	
Jno Calbick	
R C P Mills Co 	
John McCutcheon	
James Patterson	
Knight Bros	
James Murray	
R C P Mills Co	
J B Stafford	
W Allison	
G Charlton	
Wm New by	
Jas Patterson	
Alex Fulton	
" Free Press " 	
John McLeod	
T LeBoauf 	
James Fraser	
Alex Holden	
J W Stirtan	
Chas York	
"Free Press"	
Wm H Hosie	
JH Pleace	
Matthewson & McArthur
John Wade 	
John Murray   	
Brought forward	
Xli.-PTJBLIC WORKS.-Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No.  Ill,—Public School, St. Mary's  Mission
(construction &c.)
Advertising for tenders	
Vote No.  112.—Public School, Stare River
(construction, &c.)
Construction of building and desks, per contract	
Vote No.  114.—Public School, New   Westminster
(fencing, &c.)
Lumber for repairs to school and fence 	
Nails, saw, hammer, etc	
Nails, hing-es, staples, etc., for fencing and out-buildings	
Hauling lumber 	
Building wood-shed, door-step, gate, etc	
Pickets, lumber, shingles, etc	
Vote No.  118.—Public School, Centreville
(repnirs, well, &c.)
Repairing door lock and window-glass	
Whitewashing school-room, 3 days at $3    	
Pump, etc	
Blackboards, and hanging blinds 	
Five pairs Venetian blinds and freig-ht on same..   	
Sinking well, $13 ; nails and lumber, $8.87	
Planting shade trees in school ground	
Vote No.  116 Public School. Chilliwhack
(fencing, &c.)
Clearing, levelling and fencing school lot	
Vote No. 137.—Public School, Cheam (fencing, &c.)
Repairs to building, per contract	
Painting	
Vote No. 118.—Public, School, Colwood
» (well, clearing, &c.)
Sinking and timbering up well.
Vote No. 119.—Public School, North Gabriola
(repairs, fence, &c.)
Advertising for tenders	
Repairing and painting building	
Clearing school grounds	
Vote No.   121.—Public School,  Yale
(fence, wood -shed, &c.)
Lumber, labour, etc	
Vote No. 122.—Public School, langley (furniture, &c.)
Seats and desks	
Vote No. 123.—Public School, North Cedar
(wood-shed, &c.)    *
Making desks and seats '	
Hauling desks from Nanaimo	
Vote No. 124.—Public School,  Wellington (repairs, &c.)
Advertising for tenders	
Painting and whitewashing school-house, per contract	
Locks    	
Repairing windows	
Vote No. 123.—Public School, Mud Bay (dyking, &c.)
Fencing, water tank, etc	
Vote No. 126,—Ptiblic School, Barherville
(furniture, &c.)
Repairing and making benches, and one chair	
Carried forward.
130 70
30 87
14 88
24 30
65 62
139 17
1 75
9 00
13 25
17 56
28 00
21 87
2 60
84 00
16 00
84,343 23
2 60
78 00
18 50
100 53
36 00
3 00
	
39 00
2 50
75 00
4 50
18 00
100 00
100 00
49 00
86,474 40 88
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   eta.
J T Morton	
J M Campbell	
James Dickey 	
John Marshall	
Chas Levareux	
N Duteav	
D C McGillivray	
Peter Imrie	
Walter Coapland	
J D Bryant	
H Young	
Sidney Ford 	
A E Howse	
S G Reddis	
Alex Fulton	
John Hudson	
Ralph Burton	
" Free Press"	
G H Frost	
Walter Wilson	
Blair & Allen .......
Alex Ferguson	
John McGillis	
Wright & Nelson	
C Hampton	
Thos B Reid	
McKenzie & Meagher
Walter Gardner	
Simon & McDonald..
Brought forward	
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS -Continued.
Works and Buildings .—Continued.
Vote No. 127.—Public School, Clover  Valley
(fencing, &c.)
Improving grounds, per contract	
Vote No. 129,-Public School, lillooet (fencing, &c.)
Labour on fencing	
Hauling lumber for fencing	
Lumber for fencing	
Vote No. 132.—Public School,   Okanagan (repairs, &c.)
Labour and material repairing building, outhouses, etc	
Plastering	
Vote No.   133.—Public. School, Shuswap.
Addition to building, per contract	
Vote No. 134,—l*ublic School, North  Saanich
(fence, pump, Ac.)
Pump and piping	
Furnishing- material and building fence .
Vote No. 138.—Public School,  South  Sttanich
(fence, painting, &c.)
Proportion of cost boundary line fence.
Clearing and fencing school grounds ...
Vote. No. 136.—Public School, Sumas
(furniture, repairs, &c.)
Repairing building, making seats, etc	
VoteNo. 136ft.— Public School, Nicola (construction).
Desks, stove, clock, etc	
Vote No. 136b—Public School,   Heaver Point,  Salt Spring
Island,
Construction of building, per agreement	
Vote No.  136c.—Public School, Metchosin (repairs).
Sundry repairs	
Vote No. 136d.—Public School,  Williams Lake (construe
Hon).
Construction of building, per contract	
Vote No 136e.—Public School, Burton's Praire (digging
well).
Digging well	
Vote No.  136f.—Public School, Departure  Bay
(construction).
Advertising for tenders	
Construction of building, per contract.
Stove, pipe, etc	
Vote No. 136g.—Lock-up at Granite City.
Building lock-up, per contract, $585.60 ; stove, lumber, etc., $104.35..
Vote No.  136h.—Court House, Lock-up, and  Office at
Farwell.
Labour, 13| days	
Window sash	
Nails and hinges	
Shingles  	
Labour, building outhouse .
Lumber	
Hauling sundry loads	
Lining Court House	
Carried forward.
22 20
10 00
42 78
116 25
10 00
11 24
30 00
11 37
78 50
55 00
16 00
16 30
6 00
5 00
211 56
30 50
4 00
74 98
126 25
210 00
75 00
2 60
625 00
25 25
652 75
689 95 50 Vic. Public Accounts, 1st July, 188&, to 30th June, 1886.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
G B Wright	
Otto Carlson	
Eric Sandin	
John Rossvelt	
H K Hubbard	
Lewis Couture	
CPR Co	
Sinclair & Rosamond
Walter Gardner	
Jack Olson	
A S Farwell	
C P Miller & Co	
G B Wright	
D Stewart	
M R Ross	
Nils Hanson	
Jack Olson	
Wallace Houston	
J R Matheson	
A S Farwell	
T A W Gordon	
E Eddy	
Duncan McRae	
W Rosamond	
S L Kelly & Son	
W J McMillan   .....
Str Amelia	
Henry Stevens.
J W Morrison	
J P Burgess	
W P Say ward	
M T Bailev	
E G Prior	
R Lettice	
Joseph Sears	
A & W Wilson	
John Weiler	
J P Burgess	
EG Prior	
R Ward &c Co	
E B Marvin	
Hudson Bay Co	
Chas Gabriel & Co ..
Thos Carrington ..
J P Elford	
J P Burgess	
" Evening Post"....
DeWiederhold & Co.
Peter Merriman ...
Union Coal Yard	
Fell&Co	
EG Prior	
J P Burgess	
Jay & Co	
Peter Merriman	
George Stelly	
Brought forward	
XII.-PUBLIC W0HJL8-Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Vote No. 136h.—Court House,  Lock-up, and  Office
at Farwell.—Concluded.
Wall paper, nails, etc	
Contract for hewing logs for Magistrate's house	
Labour, 4 days	
Hauling 2 loads slabs	
Labour, 2 days ,	
700 feet lumber	
Tarred paper, for Magistrate's house	
Timber and shingles for Magistrate's house   	
Hauling shingles, etc., do. 	
Labour, 5 days @ $4 ; 19J days (re $3.50
Site for Court House at Farwell	
Zinc and tin for stove, Farwell Lock-up	
Nails, rope, etc	
Lumber	
Shingles	
Cotton lining for house	
Making and pitching gutters	
Making fittings and furniture for Magistrate's office
Shingles	
Lumber for Court House	
Nails
Sewing cotton lining	
1 frow (for making shingles) .
Lumber for fence, Lock-up...
Vote No.  136i.—Lock-ups,  Cowichan  District.
Stove and fittings for lock-ups at Cowichan and Vesuvius Bay	
Const'n of lock-ups at Cowichan and S. S. Isl'd, $650 ; building steps $35
Freight on stove for Cowichan Lock-up   	
Hauling lumber for Vesuvius Bay Lock-up	
Desk for Cowichan Lock-up	
Government House.
Vote No.   137.—Repairs to Building.
Repairing outhouses    .
Lumber	
Repairing chimneys and setting grates at "The Winds" ...
Locks, etc	
Glazing	
do.
Sundry repairs.
Vote No. 138.—Furniture.
Linoleum, chairs, upholstering sofas, crockery, etc.
Repairing furniture, locks, etc	
Axe, saw, hammer, padlock, etc.	
Glassware	
Flag, etc 	
Curtains, etc	
Crockery ware   	
do. 	
Vote No. 139.—Fencing.
Balance of contract	
Labour and material repairing- fences .
Vote 140.— Water.
Advertising- tenders for water service	
Water for July, 1885	
Water from 1st August, 1885, to 31st May, 1886.
Vote 14 1.—Fuel and Light.
Coal and wood	
Coal oil, candles, etc	
Vote 142.—Improving Grounds.
Lawn mower, wire tape line, etc	
Repairing pump and laying drain in garden
Lawn seed and flower pots	
Manure	
Hire of horse and cart,
8£ days @ $4
Carried forward.
42 98
27 27
48 22
11 30
58 55
225 00
16 00
4 00
6 00
28 00
5 50
79 25
16 00
88 25
150 00
7 50
17 40
2 00
2 00
9 36
7 00
40 00
8 75
30 00
8 95
4 50
2 00
13 30
47 00
585 00
75
27 00
7 50
95 18
27 27
5 00
5 74
9 00
4 25
150 00
295 67
11 30
10 22
38 70
47 50
36 00
11 25
34 00
148 53
86 88
6 00
129 60
633 37
633 00
191 60
40 38
49 76
20 00
70 00
34 00
89,411 94
667 26
91,247 86 90
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
$    cts.
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS— Continued.
Government House.—Concluded.
Vote No.   143.—Gardener.
Wages as gardener, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 18S6, @ $50 $ month
Vote No. 144.—Miscellaneous.
795 36
23 87
2,824 20
600 00
1 50
8 75
25 00
10 00
7 50
19 00
1 00
RG Tatlow	
W G Bowman	
Paid for awning $10 ; services of band (visit of Governor-General), $15
Conveying band of II. M. S. Triumph to and from Government House..
Taking decoration material and men from Esquimalt and return	
D Ban field	
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.
Vote  143.— Victoria   Disti'ici.
Labour on East road, North Saanich,                                         8 days @ $2
do.     with team, hauling gravel on Saanich road,            10|      ,,      5
do.     on East road and school-house cross-road,                  5£      ,,       2
do.     with team, do.                           do.                                 151      ,,       5
72  75
3,496 95
3,599 57
16 00
53 75
11 00
77 50
10 25
130 00
1,625 00
60 00
52 50
55 00
50 00
22 00
30 00
33 75
20 00
23 87
16 00
11 50
30 00
85 00
20 00
30 00
73 50
51 50
7 10
22 50
20 00
22 00
81 50
45 00
22 50
13 25
25 00
6 00
20 00
62 50
10 00
115 00
115 00
20 50
9 00
40 00
107 17
7 50
40 00
12 74
2 60
1 10
50
154 00
41 91
25 00
31 00
19 00
5 00
40 00
55 00
72 50
19 00
6 00
20 00
37 50
Walter Douglas	
Louis Duval	
John Sabiston	
Do	
Jos Nicholson 	
Thos Donovan	
do.     with team hauling gravel on Saanich cross-road,    26        ,,      5
Balance on contract for road, Lake District, $1,575 ; extra bridge, $50..
Hauling- gravel on Saanich road with team,                         12 days @ &5
do.                               do.                                                    101       yy       5
Labour with team hauling gravel on East rond,                  11        ,,       5
do.    on East road, North Saanich,                                  11 days @ $2
Hauling gravel on Saanich road near Roval Oak,                 6        ,,       5
do.                             do.                      do.                        63       „       5
Labour with team, West Saanich road,                                   4        ,,       5
Wm Heal	
W P Sayward  	
Hauling timber for bridge, 3 ds. @ $4, and labour 2 ds. @ $2, East road.
Labour with team on E. Saanich & Brown's cross-roads,      6 days @ $5
do.                                         do.                               do.              17        ,,        5
Walter Thomson	
Thos Mitchell 	
David Johns 	
do.    with team on East Saanich road,                               6 days @ $5
Labour with team hauling gravel and filling in at bridge, East road 14',
Labour on East road and school-house cross-road,             25| days @ $2
Hauling gravel on Burnside road,                                                4 days @ $5
Labour on Saanich road near brick yard,                              11       ,,       2
Lumber for bridges on East and West roads, $81, axe-handle, 50 cents
Labour with team gravelling school-house cross-road,          9 days @.$5
do.                  do.                 Burnside road,                         4J     ,,       5
Brackman & Ker	
Thos Elliott    	
E T Collins	
do.    on East road, North Saanich,                                     3 days @ $2
do.    with team on West road,                                                4       ,,        5
do.    with team hauling gravel on Burnside road,          12J     ,,       5
do.              do.                  do.                     do.                     2       ,,       5
do.   GravellingCedarHill&GordonHeadrd. with team, 23       ,,       5
do.                       do.                       do.                       do.          23       „        5
Hauling rock & gravel with team, 2A ds. @ $5, making culvert, 4 ds. @ $2
Walter Thomson 	
Edward Wilkinson	
Chas Pollock 	
W II Snider	
E G Prior 	
T Elford	
Sundry fares across Victoria Arm during construction Point Ellice b'dge
do.                           9£       „
Thos Speed	
do.    clearing out stumps and trees and making bulkhead, Saanich rd.
do.    hauling gravel on Saanich road and Topaze avenue, 11 days @ $5
do."                       do.                          do.                             14£       ,,     5
do.   on school-house and Wain's cross-roads,                     Qk      ,,     2
819 23
7,542 06 50 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
91
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   eta.
8   ctt.
Muirhead & Carter	
W J Armstrong	
H C Wiffin 	
Jos Lavender	
J Shopland	
C T Purver	
Isaac Heard	
J W Rowland	
Walter Thomson	
H C Wiffin	
John Sabiston	
Robert Crawford	
Chas Pollock	
T Donovan	
C Olson 	
Frank Ashworth	
Walter Thomson	
John Nicholson	
D McNaughton	
Corporation of Victoria
George Thomas	
G RT Baker	
W H Snider	
T Donovan	
Chas Pollock 	
Geo Bridges	
"Colonist"	
"Evening Post"	
G Mills and H Brackman
Wm Richardson	
WT H Snider 	
T Donovan	
Henry Davis   	
Joseph Nicholson ....
John Munn 	
Mrs Calvert	
John Parker	
James Baker	
Geo Lindsay	
A J Bennett  	
John Meston 	
Jas Doudy	
P Wilson	
Chas Balls	
S Sandover   	
N Leclair	
Walter Thompson..   .
J W Rowland 	
John Sabiston	
R Copeland	
W Cook	
Marvin & Tilton	
P J Houlihan	
Jas Pusey	
Brackman & Kier ....
Geo Wilkie	
John Nicholson	
W Johnston	
C Pollock	
W Williams	
W H Snider	
Julius Brethour	
T Speed	
H Wain	
W Collins 	
L Pusey	
Jas Pusey	
"Colonist"	
"Evening Post"
J McMullen....
Thos Harman..
J C Blackett...
Thos C Jones   .
Brought forward	
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS.-Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote 143.— Victoria District.— Concluded.
Provisions for Nicholson's road party, Gorge road	
Guarding gate to gravel pit, East road. North Saanich 5 days @ $1
Labour with team on new road, Lake District 3       „
Repairing culvert on Burnside and Craigflower roads	
do. on Foul Bay road	
Team hauling gravel on Wain's cross-road 5 days @ $5
do. on Brown's       do 2       ,,       5
Repairing- bridge and approach on Burnside road	
Labour with team on new West Saanich road  10| days @ $5
do. do.  5-f       „
Labour on McTavish'scross-r'd, 9 ds.@$2, team, Wain's do. 12 ,,
do. 6   ,,    2, with team, 6 ,,
Labour with team 3 ,,
Hauling lumber for Deadman's River bridge, 6 ,,
Repairing Burnside bridge and new Gorge road	
Labour on Lake District roads  10 days @ $2
Labour with team, Lake District roads, 7 days @ $5
Vegetables for road party, Gorge road	
Constructing cross-road, Lion Brewery & Richmond, per contract...
Crushed rock for repairs to Saanich road	
Compensation for fencing & land, making- road through his property, S. S.
Hauling gravel on school-house and McTavish's cross-road, 8 days @ $5
Construction of Gordon Head road, per contract	
Hauling gravel and rock on road near Mt. Tolmie, 6^ days @ $5
Labour with team, Mt. Tolmie and Dean's ci'oss-road,        10       ,,
do. do. do. 7       ,,
Advertising for tenders	
do. 	
Services as arbitrators re compensation to G. Thomas for land taken in
making road through his property, South Saanich	
Labour repairing South Saanich road, 17£ days (5
Labour putting in culvert, etc., Carey's and Saanich road, 2>\ days @ $4
Use of team hauling cedar for drains, Saanich road	
Labour raking gravel on East road & school-house cross-r'd, 5 days @ $2
do.    repairing culverts on Saanich and Cedar Hill cross-roads...
do.    Burnside road bridge	
do.   with team, Burnside and new Gorge road, 12 days @ $5.50
Meat for Gorge road party	
Extension Hillside Avenue, $413 ; gravelling Carey's road $304,  per
contract	
Grading and gravelling Lindsay's road, perageement	
Labour on East road and McTavish's cross-road, 2 days @ $2
Repairing road tools	
Labour repairing Foul Bay road, 38 days <a $2
Hauling lumber and repairing culverts on Richmond road	
Repairing tools	
do >	
Repairs to Swan Lake bridge	
Labour with team, hauling culvert timber, etc., 4 days @ $5
Hire of 2 men and team, repairing Gorge road, 6       ,,
Culvert on West road	
Labour with horse and cart repairing culverts, 8 days @$4 ; spikes, $1.50
Cutting brush on Saanich road   	
Nails and framing chisels	
Repairing culverts on Richmond and Cadboro Bay roads 	
Removing fallen trees from Cadboro Bay road, 2 days (o
Material for repairing Saanich wharf, $7.05 ; labour, 1 day, $2.50 ...
Repairing culverts on Moss street and Foul Bay road, 3 days (5
Repairing Swan Lake bridge, 2£ days @ $4
Removing fallen trees, Burnside and Prospect Lake roads	
Repairing culverts, etc., Cedar Hill and Gross-roads, team,       3 d. @
Hauling gravel on North Saanich road, 2    ,,     5
Repairing bridge on Saanich road, near Speed's	
Removing trees, repairing culverts, etc., on sundry roads,       5    ,,     4
Repairing culvert on Saanich road	
Hauling gravel, West road, N. Saanich, 3    ,,     5
Labour, W. road, N. Saanich, 5Jd. @$2; do., with team grav'g, 3    ,,     5
do.     repairing Cordova road, 12 days 3| hours (g
do. do. 12 d. 8| h. @ $2; hauling tools $2.50
Vote No. 146.— Victoria and Fsguimalt Districts
(construction of Point jEllice Bridge).
Advertising for tenders	
do. do	
Construction of bridge, per contract, $10,887, extras $940	
Removing old piles, per contract	
Superintending construction of bridge,                                  37 t
Boat hire	
»$4
Carried forward.
819 !
819 28
7,542.06
54 65
5 00
16 00
3 00
5 00
25 00
10 00
6 00
53 75
28 75
78 00
42 00
15 00
30 00
11 74
20 00
35 00
1 00
295 00
250 00
210 00
40 00
375 00
32 50
50 00
36 00
12 00
8 00
20 00
35 00
14 00
10 00
10 00
12 00
7 74
66 00
16 02
717 00
150 00
4 00
19 87
76 00
1 50
5 00
11 50
36 00
20 00
42 00
8 00
13 50
15 00
6 95
19 60
4 00
9 65
6 00
10 00
2 00
15 00
10 00
4 00
20 00
2 00
15 00
26 50
24 76
27 25
10,798 98
31 00
16 00
11,827 00
450 00
148 00
2 50
12,474 50
23,278 48 92
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
*   cts.
S   cts.
S   cts.
Brought forward,
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS.—Continu
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—*
Vote No.  147.— Fsguitnult THsti
819 23
28,273 48
ed.
Continued.
ict.
2,794 71
10 75
11 00
50 00
5 50
48 60
24 00
24 00
16 50
12 00
325 00
6 75
83 10
4 52
69 00
3 26
6 50
43 12
34 50
14 00
14 00
25 00
45 00
41 00
18 25
16 00
112 40
5 00
26 00
30 80
14 00
20 00
17 00
17 00
22 29
148 50
42 75
38 71
3 00
107 25
30 00
56 00
128 00
124 49
42 75
10 00
6 50
43 50
30 50
30 00
25 00
28 00
12 00
7 00
15 19
30 00
31 00
19 25
7 00
9 83
12 00
13 50
61 00
1 00
550 00
46 62
189 00
108 0C
30 0C
3 87
250 3E
48 IS
24 0C
400 0C
175 0C
89 0C
Wm Marshall     	
Labour on Craigflower road, 8$ days @ $2, less board,
Labour cutting out trees and repairing bridges, Sookt
$6.75	
Wm Phillips	
Robert Muir   	
Wm McKay 	
ThosHanley	
C Pike 	
Use of horse and cart putting in drains, Esquimalt R
Labour,                                   "do.                              do.
do.                                            do.                                 do.
Repairing Millstream Road,
Travelling allowance inspecting roads,
Constructing If miles of Millstream Road, per agreeu
Repairing Goldstream Road,
12 days @ $2
12    ,             2
8} !,           2'
3    „           4,
ent !
3j days @ 2
Thos Elliott	
Labour on Esquimalt and Craigflower Roads, '&\ d. @S2, less board,$2.48
Use of horse and cart, repairing Metchosin Road            34£ days @ S2
Labour on Esquimalt Road.                                                    l|-    ,,           2
do.                           do.                                                             3J    „           2
Wm Witty	
Victoria Transfer Co ....
Geo Noonie	
Buggy hire for Surveyor-General inspecting roads |
Repairing Rocky Point Road,                                               7 days @ $2     '
do.                  do.                                                              7   ,,          2     |
do.      Roads, Highland District,                                  10   ,,          2.50
do.     Goldstream Road,                                               22* „          2
do.                       do.                                                             20i  ..           2
Screwing up rods and bolts and painting chords of Gorge Bridge .   ,   ..]
Labour on Metchosin and Sooke Roads,                               8 d tya @ 2
J H Scafe	
Thos Galligan	
J C Blackett  	
W Willoughby	
E G Prior 	
Joseph Dales	
"Evening Post"	
Samuel Roy	
do.                                        	
do.    on Goldstream and Metchosin Road,
do.                  do.                     do.
do.    Craigflower Road and approach to Point Ellu
Team hire,           do.                     do.                     do.
Labour on Metchosin and Sooke Road,
Si days @ S2
8J   „          2
Angus Campbell	
John Parker	
27 days @ S5.50
19 days @ $2.25
Sharpening road tools,                                    do.
Labour with team, Point Ellice approaches,
Labour on Beecher Bay and Sooke Road,
Jno E Calvert	
Chas M Brown   	
Thos Tugwell	
Arthur H Peatt	
19t days 0*5.50
15"    „           2
Angus Campbell	
Robert Witty	
Wm Witty	
Labour on Beecher Bay'Road,
do.                             do.
19   days <a $2.25
5      „'           2
Jas McGee	
do.                             do.
do.                             do.
211    „           2
15i    „           2
Frank Davis	
Wm Colbick	
Labour on Beecher Bay Road,
do.                          ' do.
Use of horse and cart,   do.
14  days at $2
6      „           2
3}   „           2
C Olson	
John Flinn	
Labour on Beecher Bay Road,
do.                             do.
Labour with team, Rocky Point Road,
15      ,,           2
15i    „           2
3i    „           5.50
E Milne	
Labour on Beecher Bay Road,
do.                         do.
do.                         do.
6   days @ $2
6J    „           2
30£    „           2
Samuel Shannon  	
Chas Ball	
A D White	
Foreman on Beecher Bay Road, 62 days @ $3 ; freigh
Labour on Beecher Bay Road,
t, S3   	
A H Bull	
54   days @ $2
H Price	
Hire of team and man on Esquimalt and Goldstream
Repairing culverts & cutting out timber on Sooke &
Grading and gravelling Happy Valley road, per cont
Changing line of Sooke road at Stony Creek Hill, pei
Arthur H Peatt	
Do.           	
Sappy Valley rds.
■act	
contract	
Wm Phillips	
Thos Tugwell	
819 23
7,044 75
23,273 48 50 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
93
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
Henry Price   ..
"Colonist"	
"Evening Post"
Hans Helgesen
Geo Brown	
Alex Mclntyre
Geo Brown	
D R Rule	
S Morrow	
G Gerow	
Mrs Calvert	
John Stewart ..
Chas Ball	
Wm Clark	
John Perdy... .
James Joss ....
Alex Kidd  ...
Win Piatt   ...
Richd Keeler ..
John Stewart..
Edw Milne	
R Copeland....
James Barnes..
John Cnnwav..
GeoWilkie	
R Copeland... .
Thos Tugwell ..
Fred Pim	
Mahlon Cooper.
M J Welloh...
Chas Wales ....
Henry Lloyd...
E S Field	
John Nicholson
Smith & Clark ,
Pay Lists	
Croft & Angus.
Str Amelia	
James Kier	
T H Trage  	
E G Prior	
Indian Tom ...
Joseph Dougan
Alex Reid	
Jas A Kemp
John Barry....
Robert Kelly ..
Jos Dougan	
Geo T Corfield   .
Chris Ryan	
Richard Jones ..
Joseph Jones .   .
Robert Kelly
Wm Manley
Auguste Fischer
John McLay
A Ordano 	
John Street	
James Kier	
John Bell	
John McPherson
Henry Fry	
W P Jaynes	
N W Campbell..
David Holmes ..
David Evans ...
James Evans ...
Alex Blythe
Jos Dougan	
Robert Kelly ...
Indian Billy
Brought forward	
XII.-PUBLIC WOKKS.-Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No.  147.—Msquimalt District.— Concluded.
Labour with team on Goldstream road, 19 days @ $5.50
Advertising tenders.
do.
Repairing Rocky Point road with team, 2{ days @ §5.50
Labour on Beecher Bay road	
Labour on bridge, Beecher Bay road, 4 days @ $2
Cutting- out timber, Beecher Bay road .
Labour on bridge, do. 5£ days @ $2
do. do. 3
Repairing tools	
Hire of team on Esquimalt and Craigflower road, 32 days @ $5.50
Repairs of Highland District road, per agreement.
Repairing road tools	
Repairing public landing at Esquimalt	
Culvert, Esquimalt Road, 2d. @ $2.25
Repairing approach to Point Ellice bridge, %   ,,   2.00
do. do. 2J   „   2.00
Clearing ditches on Esquimalt Road, 2     ,,   2.00
Spike
Repairs to Highland District Road	
Removing fallen timber, Sooke Road	
Labour with horse and cart repair. Esquimalt & Admiral R.,   5 d, @
Repairing approach to Point Ellice bridge, 1 day with horse and cart $4
1£ days @ $2	
Reparing road near 4-Mile House, team 4^ d., 824.75 ; man 2£ d., 85.25
do.       Esquimalt Road, 1 day	
do. do. with horse and cart, 1 day 	
Removing fallen timber, etc., from Otter Point Road	
Repairing Metchosin Road, 8| d. @ $2
11
do. do.
do. do.
do. Millstream Road, 10 days @ $2, team 1 day $5.50
do. Craigflower and Metchosin roads,                              6:
do. Happy Valley road 1$ days $2, with team | day §3 .
do. Esquimalt Road,                                                               2^      ,,    4
Fainting and putting- up notice boards on Craigflow & Esouimalt bridges
Vote No. J48.—Cowichan  Oisiricl.
Foreman and labourers on district roads	
Lumber for pile driver	
Passage of C. C. of L.&W., Vic. to Maple Bay & return, freight on horse
Buggy hire for Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works, inspecting roads
Boat hire for do. do. do.
Road tools	
Canoe hire for foreman Boa] on repairs to wharf	
Labour with ox team, 19£ days @ $4	
Block for pile dri e ■:	
Connecting roads at Brownell's, per agreement	
Labour with ox team, 24{ days @ 84
do. do. 9        ,,        4
do. do. 6       ,,        4
Tools for road party	
Repairing road tools	
Labour with horse and cart, taking tools to camp.....'	
do. ox team. 36}- days (g M
do. do. 621    „     ~    4
do. horse and cart. 2§    ,,
Repairing road tools	
Labour with horse	
Paid for freight on tools, etc	
Repairing mattocks	
Hauling planks, 2   days @ $5
Repairing bridge near Skinner's 2      ,, 2.50
Construction of Beach Road, $2,005, per contract; extras, $31.50...
Horse hire, inspecting roads, sundry times, $25 ; buggy hire for Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works, 2 days @ $5	
Hand-saw and axe handle	
Sundry repairs to Chemainus bridge and road	
Lumber for Skinner's bridge	
Repairing Skinner's bridge and laying out road near Holmes'	
Assisting foreman in laying out road	
Compensation for making f mile of road from Kokasailah bridge ...
Labour with team on Clem-clem-alets bridge, 2 days @ $4	
do. do. 	
Use of canoe for foreman, Clem-clem-alets Bridge	
Carried forward.
7,044 72 23,278 48
104 50
17 20
8 00
12 37
12 50
8 00
2 60
10 50
12 00
2 60
176 0U
40 00
14 75
2 50
4 50
6 00
4 50
4 00
75
30 00
12 00
20 00
7 00
30 00
2 00
4 00
42 50
16 75
22 00
14 50
26 50
13 50
6 00
10 00
52 50
6,182 66
3 00
11 60
6 00
10 00
154 35
2 00
78 00
5 00
30 00
97 00
36 00
24 00
12 50
8 75
8 00
146 00
210 00
8 25
12 25
1 50
1 12
1 00
10 00
5 00
2,036 50
36 00
4 26
26 00
17 12
12 00
2 50
40 00
8 00
8 00
2 60
7,796 14
8,223 76 31,068 62 94
Public Accounts, 1st July,  1885, to 30th June, 1886
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
8   cts.
§   cts.
Christopher Ryan
G T Corfield	
J ohn Barry  	
Chris Ryan	
Henry Fry	
Wm Sutton	
Joseph Dougan ..
Auguste Fischer .
John Street 	
Jos Jones	
Geo Lewis	
Henry Fry	
James Habart ...
A Todd	
Colvin Bros	
James Boal	
R B Richardson..
P Hennessy	
J D Cameron	
Robt Kelly   	
Geo Lewis	
Indian Bill	
Jos Kier	
Percy F Jaynes ..
Chas Jordan	
D Holmes   	
Croft & Angus ...
N W Campbell...
II Frickemann   ..
Pay Lists	
John Nicholson	
J S Blair	
A Gilmore	
Do	
Samuel Rowe	
A Gilmore    	
Chas Ball	
Thos Nicholson	
Mrs Calvert .	
John Parker	
Victoria Transfer Co
Marvin & Tilton	
Thos Windsor.	
W P JavneS 	
Herbert Hall	
James Kier	
Croft & Angus	
John Bell	
Jas Kier	
Muirhead & Carter .,
Jas Phair	
A J Howard 	
Mrs Calvert	
Jas Evans	
Wm Tierney   	
Mark Green 	
Wm Miller 	
Richard Jones	
George Jones	
G B Ordano	
David Holmes	
N W Campbell	
Alex Anchinachic  .
David Evans 	
Jas Anchinachie ...
D Holmes	
Young & Gray   	
Johnston & Co	
Wm Healey	
Pay Lists	
Joseph Pollard.
Brought forward   	
XII.-PUBLIC WOUKS.-Continned,
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 148.—Cowichan District.— Concluded.
Bolts, bands, etc., for pile driver, Clem-clem-alets Bridge
Nails, axe handle, etc	
Labour with ox team
Repairing road tools .
Cross-cut saw	
Lumber .
19J days @ §
Completion of Kokasailah and Flats road, per contract   	
Repairing road tools	
do. 	
Labour with ox team  434. days @ §4
Paid freight on tools	
Commission on disbursements, 5%	
Removing fallen trees, Chemainus road	
Services as arbitrator, re damages to Marshall's property, Beach road
Labour on road from Kokasailah bridge to Colvin's	
Hire of horse and cart	
3 days @ 84
Team hauling gravel,
Completion of McMillan's road, per contract   	
do.        of Kelley and River's road :	
Repairing road .    14 days @ 83
do. 	
Horse hire for Hon. Chief Com. of Lands and Works inspecting- roads
Culvert near Quamiehan 	
Removing fallen timber, Cowichan Lake road	
Cedar forrepairing culvert	
Lumber	
Team gravelling on sundry roads, 6 d. @85
Boat hire for C. C. L. & W^ inspecting roads on the islands, 3     ,,   2.50
Vote No. 149.— Victoria and Nanaimo Trunk Road.
Labourers
Foreman on road 46 days @ $100 $ month
Labour as cook	
Meals for C. C. of L. & W., and keep of horse, inspecting road
Meals for J. Nicholson	
Repairing- tools	
Provisions, etc., for J. Nicholson, and stage fare to Victoria..
Repairing tools	
Provisions for road party	
Man and team S-£ days @ 86
Meat and vegetables for road party	
Carriage hire for Chief Commissioner of Lands & Works inspecting roads
Axe handle, nails, etc
Labour with ox team 2 days @ 84
Road tools	
Labour with team, rebuilding bridges burned, 1^
Use of team, waggon and scraper, rebuilding bridges,        12
Planking for bridges, and lumber for culverts	
Labour on bridge at Skinner's	
Labour with team at Skinner's	
Provisions for road party	
Passage of J. Nicholson from Goldstream to Victoria	
Labour as cook	
Man with team 4-£ days @ 85.50
Construction of road near Hohnesdale, per contract
Meals, bed, etc., for J. Nicholson	
Labour with team, 43 days @ 85
Labour with ox team, 7^     ,,       4
do. 21       „       4
Use of tools
2 axes
Lumber for bridge near Drinkwater's	
Construction of road from Fuller's toward wharf, Chemainus,
Repairing road tools	
Foreman on repairs to roads 	
Labour on do. 	
Nails
! contract
Man and team on Chemainus Bridge	
Oil, wrench, etc., do. 	
On account of contract clearing road, Goldstream to Sooke Lake.
Vote 130.-
Salt Spring Island and. Islands at
Plumper Pass.
Labourers on sundry roads	
Board for workmen repairing Burgoyne Bay Wharf.
Carried for ward
859 23
8,223 75
27 75
16 12
77 00
6 76
2 00
163 16
269 00
8 50
2 50
173 00
1 75
538 55
1 50
5 00
96 00
96 00
10 00
4 00
12 00
355 00
195 00
42 00
1 00
7 50
4 00
20 00
6 75
3 45
30 00
7 50
1,740 73
176 91
2 00
2 00
1 00
5 10
14 80
14 25
114 62
51 00
142 64
8 00
2 27
8 00
7 50
7 60
36 00
110 13
2 50
5 00
34 92
1 00
10 82
24 75
645 00
5 25
215 00
30 00
84 00
2 50
4 00
15 12
525 00
2 00
18 00
4 00
4 00
6 25
6 50
35 00
500 00
37 31
573 31
4,123 96
46,502 11 50 Vie.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
95
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
8   cts.
8   cts,
Clarke Whims	
Robert Carstairs   .
John Ravine	
Joseph King	
James Naannoo...
Theodore Trage.,.
H Spikerman	
J C Sparrow	
Chas Groth	
Joseph Ackerman.
Theodore Trage...
C Whims	
Chas Ball	
"Colonist"	
"Evening Post"...
"Columbian"	
C P N Co	
C B Robelee   	
John Puetz	
John Puetz	
Pay Lists	
John Hill	
J H Pemberthy...
Str RP Rithet....
W E Blackett	
John Warwick	
"Free Press"	
HE Peck	
R Craig	
R Chappie  	
P McQuadc & Sons
George Gartley ...
C PN Co	
C Blaney	
John Hill	
J H Pleace	
Wm Kcddy	
Do	
Do	
Home & Hemer ..
Walter Wilson	
W L LeBallister ..
Thos Cassidy	
John Hill..'	
Do        	
John Paterson	
Indian Jack	
Thos Renwick	
Louis Stark 	
Louis Page	
Thos Degnew	
A Tranfield	
Thos Keinkade ...
John Hill	
Jas Paterson	
Thos Renwick ....
Str Amelia	
Jas O'Brien	
Wm Keddy	
John Cairns	
E Pearson	
T D Conway	
John Hill	
John Hill	
P Dolan	
John Beaven 	
Str Cariboo Fly ...
David Graham	
R Craig	
John B'ear	
John Hill 	
Robt Hall	
A Tranfield	
Brought forward	
XII.-PUBLIC VfORKS.-Continned.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No, 130.—Salt /Spring Island and Islands
at Plumper Pass.—Concluded.
Labour on Beaver Point Road,
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do. (foreman)
do. do.
11 days (
15 „
13 „
12 „
12 ,,
14 ,,
5
Repairs to Burgoyne Bay Road, per contract, 8574 ; extras, 825
Constructing- road on Galiano Island, per contract   	
Labour on road,                                                                          1£ days @ 82
Superintending work at Burgoyne Bay Wharf,                     11    ,, 4
Labour on Burgoyne Bay Road,                                               1£
Repairing pile-driver, Burgoyne Bay Wharf	
Vote No. 151.— Wharf at Plumper Pass.
Advertising- for tenders	
do. do	
do. do.	
Passage of Chief Commis'r to and from Plumper Pass, inspecting wharf
Construction of Mayne Island Wharf, per contract	
Superintending construction of Mayne Island Wharf,           20 days @ 83
Iron for Mayne Island Wharf '	
Vote No. 152.—Nanaimo District.
Foreman and labourers on district roads	
Hauling gravel on Victoria road, horse and cart, 4 days	
Removing fallen trees and repairing culverts on Gabriola Island
Freight on tent, 62 cts.,    do.    on 1 bbl. pitch, 37 cts	
2 wrenches for use on Nanaimo River bridge	
Team hire moving- camp 2f days @ 87
Advertising for tenders, Nanaimo road	
Buggy hire for Govt. Agent and road superintendent, sundry times.
Bolts for wharf on Gabriola Island      	
Labour clearing out slide, approach to Gabriola I. wharf, 4 days@ 82.50
Tents, asphaltum, etc	
Ox team hauling logs 	
Passage for S. Price to and from Chemainus	
Cant-hook ,	
Labour with horse and cart and yoke of oxen	
Sundry road tools	
Construction of Sec. No. 1, Englishman's River road, per contract
do. Sec. No. 2, do. do.
do. Sec. No. 3, do. do.
Repairing road tools	
Axe and grindstone	
Horse and buggy hire for Govt. Agent Bray & supt. of roads, sundry times
Labour with oxen hauling timber for bridge	
Labour moving camp 2 days @ $5
Labour with horse and cart hauling gravel 10       ,,      4
Removing fallen trees from roads	
Self and canoe for Govt. Agent to Gabriola Island	
Dray
Removing fallen trees from Stark and Richardson's roads	
do. do.       from Harewood road and Nanaimo Lake trail
Bridge at south end Gabriola Island, per contract	
Removing fallen trees, trail, Englishman'sR.to Albcrni, 30i ds. @$2.50
do. do. do. 29"     „     2.50
Building bridge, clearing road, and use of horses	
Removing fallen trees from Patterson and Jones' road
Drayage
Freight on asphaltum ,	
Labour with team moving camp   	
Constructing Beaver Creek bridge, per contract	
Labour on bridge, Victoria road, 3 days @ 82.50
do. do. 2       „       2.50
Removing fallen trees from Victoria road, 3       ,,       2.50
Labour on oulvert, etc., 2 days @ 82.50; horse and cart, 2       „       4.00
Making road from Qucnnell's to Dolan's	
Labour on culvert, etc 2§ days @ 82.50
Horse and cart gravelling Nanoose road  ...24"        ,,       4
Freight on tools	
Removing fallen trees from Harewood road 3 days @ 82.50
Repairing road tools 	
Team gravelling Wellington road, ej ds. @ 7
Removing fallen trees from Victoria road, 2       ,,   2.50
Team gravelling- Nanoose & Wellington rds. &mov'g camp, 11J     ,,7
Removing fallen trees from trail, French Creek to Alberni, 8       „   2.50
Carried forward	
955 23
955 23
537 31 45,502 11
22 00
30 00
26 00
24 00
24 00
56 00
10 00
599 00
175 00
3 00
44 00
3 00
2 50
20 00
8 0C
4 80
6 00
1,050 00
60 00
2 00
5,721 82
16 00
4 60
99
6 00
19 25
2 50
27 00
4 20
10 00
78 15
5 00
1 00
2 50
37 50
34 87
617 76
258 75
350 00
45 62
5 25
67 00
5 00
10 00
40 00
2 00
2 60
1 75
4 50
2 50
30 00
76 25
72 60
30 50
2 00
25
37
10 60
125 00
7 50
5 00
7 50
13 00
74 50
6 25
96 00
50
7 50
14 37
43 75
5 00
78 76
20 00
8,100 89
1,555 81
48,208 72 96
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
8   cts.
Wm Chappie ...
Thos McGuffie .
Geo McGuffie ...
John Martin ...
Thos Martin	
John McGuffie .
Thos McGuffie ..
A Tranfield	
Henry Bonnell..
M Halloran	
John Hill	
James O'Brian , .
Geo Gartley
Chas York 	
Do	
Jas O'Brian	
John Hill	
Hirst Bros....
H Galloway	
ThosCassidy....
W Home	
G Bishop	
Indian John
John Hill	
L Stark 	
Parker White...
Jas O'Brian	
Abel Smith	
A Tranfield	
T D Conway
J H Pleace	
R Craig	
S Davis	
T Penny	
John Hill	
Sinclair & Leask
wilsNord	
John Warwick..
A Tranfield	
A Wren	
A Major & Co ..
John Marwick ..
Mary Fulton....
John (McDonald.
C Daney	
R Creech	
F Cunliffe .....
"Colonist"	
-'Evening Post"
J A Coates	
John Pierey . .
Jas Prestidge ..
A Milligan	
J J Grant......
Jos Sinclair....
Kenneth Grant
Chas StOughton
Jas Derbyshire
John Anderton
Thos Kenen ...
Walter Harvey
Peter Lendberg
Jos McPhee ...
Geo McDonald .
W H Pierey ...
J R Berkeley ..
Chas J Hooper.
J R Berkeley .
Colin Cameron.
John McLennan
David Pickles.,
J W Sinclair...
Geo F Drabble .
Thos Graham .
Morris Harvey .
R Sinclair .....
Brought forward	
XII.-PUBLIC TrVOnKS.—Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 152.—Nanaimo District.—Concluded.
Clearing out land slide, I'oad to wharf, south end Gabriolal. 9$ d. @S2.50
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Hire of ox team,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
14£
IU
5|
8f
14^
3
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
15
5
2.50
5 days @ 84
2        ,,       3
13 days (ctt 84
24£      „       4
Cutting out trees, Qualicum-Albcrui trails,
do. Englishman's River road,
do. Victoria road, near Nanaimo   	
do. do.	
Hauling gravel, do.
Removing* fallen timber from Victoria road, with oxen,
Culvert on Holden and York's road	
Labour with horse and cart on Victoria road,
do. do. do.
do. do. do.        	
Shovels, spikes, ase-handles, etc	
Fuse  '.	
Removing fallen timber, sundry roads	
Repairing road tools, etc	
Freight on scow-load rock, Newcastle to Departure Bay, 110 tons @ 62£c.
Canoe for Government Agent and Supt Price, inspecting Gabriola roads
Removing fallen timber, Victoria road	
do. sundry roads	
Cutting drain on branch of Victoria road to Michael's	
Labour with horse and cart, moving camp to Departure Bay
Removing fallen timber on Victoria road	
do. do. sundry roads, 43£ d. @ 82.50
do. do. Victoria road, nr. Chemainus, 8       ,,    2.50
Axes, files, sledge-hammer, etc	
Sharpening and repairing road tools	
Hauling gravel on Victoria road, 3 days @ 84
Freight on bolts, Nanaimo to Departure Bay	
Hauling gTavel and removing fallen trees, Victoria road	
do. do	
Repairing road tools	
Hauling gravel on Victoria road	
Labour on bridge, Alberni trail, i% days @ 82.50
Removing fallen trees on Victoria road	
Nails and mattock handle	
Hauling gravel	
Mending tents for road party r.    	
Removing fallen timber on Victoria and Thomas roads	
do. do. do. 	
Vote No   133.—Comox District.
Making sleigh-road from Hetherington's, 4 miles, per contract	
Repairs to Upper Prairie road, per contract	
Advertising tenders for bridge	
do. do. 	
Constructing Tso-lum River bridge, per contract	
Removing fallen trees from Courtney River bridge to Scott's ;
Labour on district roads 18| days @ 82,50
Building approach and making road to Tso-lum River bridge, etc	
Hauling gravel, per tendei\ 894.60, and repairing bridge on Back road
Labour on district roads, 24 days @ 82.25
2.25
2.25
2.25
2.25
2.25
2.25
2.25
31£ days @ 82.25 ; team, 27^
2.00
do.    on Back road, & road from wharf to Long b'dge.  10
do. do. do. 35|
do.    on district roads. 29j
do. do. 11
do. do. 38J
do.    on road from wharf, Long Bridge. 3
do.    district roads 47f
Road tools, spikes, etc	
Labour on district roads
Labour on Long bridge.
Repairs to Rinison's bridge, per contract	
Labour on Miller's road, §\ days @ $2.25
Repairs to Long bridge, per contract	
Labour on Long bridge, and sundry roads, 20 days @ 82.25
Labour on Comox wharf 6     ,,        2.50
Making 250 feet raised corduroy road, per contract
Labour on Comox wharf, 13 days @ 82.50
Superintending roads, 5%
Labour on Comox wharf, 6£- days @ 82.50
do. do. 7|       „       2.50
do.    on road from Point ilolmos to Miller's, 5 ,,       2.25
955 23
8,100 89
24 37
43 50
36 25
14 37
21 87
36 25
8 00
37 50
12 50
1 50
7 50
20 00
6 00
10 00
52 00
98 00
4 00
46 08
75
3 00
3 0C
68 75
2 5C
6 5C
4 0C
4 00
2 00
2 50
108 75
20 00
15 00
28 82
12 00
50
8 50
15 00
3 75
63 50
11 25
1 00
75
27 60
1 00
3 00
7 50
500 00
325 00
15 60
8 00
749 00
3 00
42 17'
75 00
178 60
54 00 j
22 60!
80 43'
66 80
24 75
86 05
6 75
107 43
37 37
126 87
2 26
110 00
14 06
100 00
45 00
15 00
30 00
32 6»
175 00
15 62
19 37
11 25
Carried fonvard 11      965 231    3,077 37    57,219 12
9,010 to 50 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
97
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears,
cts.
$   cts.
8    cti
955 23
3,077 37
103 11
66 00
3 60
64 76
30 00
34 39
J60 00
41 26
21 87
4 50
2 60
16 87
6 60
16 87
57,219 12
XII.-PUBLIC -WOnKS-Continued,
Koads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 153.—Comox. District.—Concluded.
do.     on road from wharf to long bridg-e,                    18J days @ $3.50
Clearing road from Richards' to wharf, Denman Island, per contract ..
Labour on road from wharf to long bridge,                    13| days @ $2.50
Cutting road, Hornby Island, per contract, $150 ; blasting near Swan's,
Labour on Comox w7harf,                                                  16k days @ $2.50
do.                                                                        6J       „       3.60
Removing fallen timber on road to Point Holmes,         2         ,,       2.25
Geo McFarlane	
W S Crosby 	
Geo Heatherbell	
Chas Payne	
Colin Cameron	
Corduroying from Metherington's to Creech's,                 7$       ,,       2.25
W S Crosby	
Corduroying from Metherington's to Creech's,                7£       ,,       2.25
Vote No. 154.—New  Westminster District.
3,748 48
5 00
11 25
11 25
11 25
4 00
15 00
20 00
15 00
7 50
250 00
10 76
111 60
7 50
2 00
17 00
20 00
27 00
54 00
52 00
38 50
11 00
20 00
55 00
400 00
638 40
380 00
32 50
70 00
16 12
7 68
106 00
41 50
21 50
142 60
63 00
34-00
34 00
149 00
7 00
17 00
17 00
8 50
16 00
60 00
393 00
10 00
8 50
11 60
7 50
10 00
7 00
12 50
26 00
16 00
5 00
87 50
4 00
John Ward	
Labour on Port Moody and North Road,                           4£ days @$2.50
do.               do.                       do.                                 4£   ,,         2.60
do.               do.                       do.                                4J    ,,         2.60
Services with boat conveying Hon. J. Robson and G. Turner, Maple
Donald McDonald	
John Docksteader 	
Silas Hoff	
W H Vannetta	
Axeman on survey of roads, Langley and Maple Ridge, 6 days @ $2.50
do.                         do.                           do.                          8   „          2.60
do.                         do.             North Arm Road,               6   ,,          2.60
do.                       do.                       do.                          3   ,,         2.50
Henry Rowling   	
Moodyville Saw-Mill   Co
E G Prior         	
Donald McDonald...
Labour on Port Moody Road,                                               3 days @ $2.50
Passage and meal for J. Sprott, New Westminster to Chilliwhack
Laboru* on Lee Road,                                                       8^ days @ $2
Labour on roads, township line, Langley Municipality, 10     ,,          2
do.                       do.                     do.                      18     „          1.50
do.                       do.                     do.                       27     ,,          2
do.                       do.                     do.                       26     ,,          2
do.                       do.                     do.                      22     „          1.76
do.                       do.                      do.                        5£   ,,          2
do.                       do.                     do.                      10     ,,          2
do.                       do.                     do.                       27|   „          2
Repairing road from Luck-a-Kuck toward Slunas, per contract   	
Hector Campbell	
Eugene Healey	
W D Armstrong	
W J Davey	
P H McGee	
Thompson & Germain...
Corey S Ryder	
Jas Cunningham & Co ..
Douglas & Deighton ....
Repairing and gravelling road between Shannon Mountain & Gillander's
S Y Hoff	
Labour on Langley Roads                         38 days @ $2, 20 days @ $1,50
do.                     do.                       team 7 days @ $3.60,   8     ,,        2
do.                    do.                                                       10| '„        2
do.                     do.                     (Foreman,) 51 days @ $2.75, flies $2.25
do.                    do.                                                       31 i days® $2
do.                    do.                                                       17      ,,       2
do.                    do.                                                       17     „        2
do.                    do.                                                       74J   „        2
do.                    do.                                                         3i   „        2
do.           Lee Road and Trunk Road, Mt. Lehman,       8|   ,,        2
do.              do.                         do.              do.                   8J   ,.        2
Jas Boyd	
W H "Vannetta	
N Coghlan	
Donald McGregor	
JM Webster	
Labour on Lee Road,                                                             8     ,,        2
P H McGee	
P McCallum	
Conveying Hon. J. Robson and Mr. G. Turner from Lehman's Landing-
George Boothroyd	
Labour as axeman, 2 days @ $2.50, hire of horse for G. Turner, $3.50 . ..
Horse & buggy hire for Surveyor Turner & Mr. Sprott inspecting roads
Labour on Mt. Lehman Road survey,                               3 days @ $2.50
do.                           do.                                                   5 ,,,         2
do.          Sumas Road,                                                   3£ ,,         2
do.          Burton's Prairie Road survey,                        5   ,,         2.50
do.                    do.                 do.                                  18   ,,         2
do.          Nicomin Island and Mission Roads,                8   ,,         2
do.           survey of road from Mission toward Stave R. 2$ ,,          2
A McCallum	
F York	
Samuel Tretheway	
Jno R Uren	
C W McCallum 	
955 28
3,686 70
60,967 60 98
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
8   cts.
g   cts.
955 23
4 00
3,586 70
47 75
65 00
211 40
17 00
17 00
13 00
37 50
16 00
11 00
20 00
7 00
8 00
18 00
27 50
6 00
225 50
23 50
55 00
150 00
20 00
22 00
19 00
19 00
12 50
4 00
16 50
8 00
21 00
115 00
45 00
150 00
912 40
8 00
5 00
4 00
6 00
6 00
43 00
37 00
124 50
5 00
7 00
100 00
93 00
24 00
100 00
10 00
72 60
13 27
4 50
28 62
13 00
6 00
7 50
5 00
5 00
68 00
60 00
37 00
30 00
1,000 00
33 75
30 00
17 00
12 00
23 50
10 00
10 00
48 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
15 00
10 00
12 50
11 00
36 00
36 30
60,967 60
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS.-Continued.
Koads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 154.—New Westminster District.— Continued.
Meals, bed, keep of horse, canoe hire, etc., inspecting various roads...
Adam Doeksteader	
do.           Wilson and Central Section line,20 ch.@ $3.90,19J ch.@ $6.90
do.           Main Road, Mt. Lehman,                                 8£ days @ $2
do.                             do.                                                     8£   „          2
do.                             do.                                                     6J    „          2
do.          Lee Road                                                      15     ,,         2.50
do.              do.                                                                   8     ,,          2
do.              do.                                                                   5J   ,,          2
do.              do.                                                                 10     ,,          2
do.              do.                                                                   8J   „          2
do.             do.                                                              4     „         2
do.             do.                                                              9     ,,'        2
Chas M Nicholson	
Chas M Nicholson	
E P Baker	
Neil Craig	
do.    on McKenny road, 60 chains @ $3.50, corduroying, etc., $15.50
F LeClair	
do.     Lee road,                                                                      11 days @ $2
do.             do.                                                                           9£     „       2
do.     on main road, Mt. Lehman,                                       9|     ,,       2
do.             do.                     do.                                                6 J     ,,       2
do.     on trunk road, Mt. Lehman,                                     8£ days @ $2
do.                do.              do.                                                  4         ,,       2
do.     on Nicholson road,                                                   10J       ,,       2
do.     on Central Section line, 20 chains @ $2.25, 20 chains @ $3.50
do.     on trunk road, " Webster Settlement," 20 ch. <& $2, 1J @$3.75
do.     on trunk road from Shannon Mountain to Gillanders'	
Geo Sully	
C S Ryder	
Labour on survey New7 W. waggon road to Fraser River, 4 days @ $2
do.             of road, Nicomin Islands,                         2\     ,,       2
do.             New W. waggon road, Fraser River          2       ,,       2
do.                                do.                         do.              3       „       2
do.                                do.                         do.              3       „       2
Labour on road from river toward New W. & Yale road, 21^ days @ $2
do.                                do.   '                 do.              18J       „       2
Labour on Pitt Meadows road, $100, and McKenny road, $24.50  	
W H Dingle	
T R Pearson 	
W Harris	
Labour repairing road from York's to boundary line, per agreement...
Labour repairing road from Wade's Landing, Sumas	
Stabling horse $20, stage fare, Granville and back $4.50, J. Sprott inspect.
Do	
W B Townsend	
Jas Cunningham & Co ..
Feed for mule working on Granville and New Westminster road	
do.         .                         do.                                    do	
D Smith	
Labour repairing road opposite Asylum 3 days @ $2
Labour on Douglas and Edinburgh St.extension 3                 2.50
Hay	
Labour on New7 Westminster and Granville new road,   29 days @ $2
Labour on Douglas and Edinburgh St. extension,          24      ,,      2.50
Labour on road from river toward New W. & Yale road, 18^     ,,      2
do.                           do.                           do.       15      ,,       2
Repairs to New Westminster and Hastings road, per agreement	
Labour on trunk road at Mt. Lehman,                           \%\ days @ $2.50
do.                           do.       (near Nicholson's) 15        ,,      2
do.                           do.                                       8J      „      2
do.                           do.                                      6        ,,      2
do.                           do.                                     llf      „      2
Labour on river trail to Patterson's, Mt. Lehman,         5         ,,       2
do.                             do.                                         6         ,,       2
Labour on trunk road, Mt. Lehman,                               24         ,,       2
Labour on river trail to Patterson's, Mt. Lehman,          5         „ -    2
do.                             do.                                         5         ,,       2
do.                           do.                                       6        ,,      2
do.                           do.                                      7^      ,,      2
do.                             do.                                         5         „       2
Labour on Lee road, Mt. Lehman,                                    6J       ,,       2
do.                    do.                                             i%      „      2
Steamer fares, keep of horse, etc., for J. Sprott, inspecting sundry roads
Labour on Nicomen Island Road,                      18 days 4J hours @ $2
Do	
G Lux	
959 23
8.169 19
60,967 60 50 Vic. Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
99
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
T W Barry	
R Smith  	
Geo Major	
Geo Black	
Jas McMillan .,   .
John Ritchie
Gideon E Smith
Joseph LaCroix.
Ralph Burton	
Henry Fritch	
Chas Burton
Victor Brash	
Chas Gardner	
Henry Scoray...
Wm Hampton ..
Jos Duhamel
M LaCroix	
Jos LaCroix ....
Jas Kipp	
Victor Garner ..,
Richard Smith..
Donald McLean
Geo McCrea ....
Brought forward	
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS.—Continued,
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Contimted,
Vote No. 134.—New Westminster District.—Continued.
Labour on Nicomen Island Road
do.
do.
do.
do.
Do	
Do	
Do	
"Columbian"	
Wm J Crull 	
Wm Carefoot	
Peter Nadean	
Wm Richardson	
W H Vannetta	
Robt Brown	
Silas F Hoff	
Alex McCallum	
Chas Nicholson	
Thos Lehman  	
Alex McCallum	
Geo McKay  	
Do	
Hugh Ross	
Geo McKay	
Edward Thompson	
Joseph Fredo	
Wm Thompson	
Jos Fredo 	
Wm Thompson	
F LaClair	
Jos Fredo	
Ed Thompson	
Wm Thompson	
R C P Mills Co	
James Wise	
Chris Goter	
Jno Patterson	
Robt Millman	
Robt Wintemute 	
Geo Black   	
Wm Smedley	
Adam Docksteader .....
Wm Mackie	
M Jagers 	
Jos Blackwood	
J R Wren	
Wm Mackie	
Woods, Turner & Gamble
Allan Campbell	
John Oliver	
M Matheson 	
Jas Harry   ........
P Murray 	
Arthur Tretheway	
Samuel Tretheway	
Horatio Webb	
K Mclver	
Jno Sprott.	
Jno Hinch 	
R Thorburn	
John Connolly	
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
24 days, 6i hours @ $2.50
do. 11   J,     9     „ 2
do. 5    „     4^   „ 2
do. 19   „     1^   „ 2
clearing, grading, making culvert, etc., Stave River Settlement
56
20
2.50
2
3
304
32!
on bridge
grading98 chains, $215, bridging, $45, culverts, §21.25
clearing and grading, Burton's Prairie Road,     18^ ds,
do. do. spikes, $5.
do. do.
with oxen, do.
Repairing tools, do.
Labour, do.
do. do.
do. do. use of saw$l,37
do. do. 10£
do. do. 33
do. do. 28
do. do 32£
do. do 10l
do. do. 10£
Clearing and grading Pittendrigh Trail, per agreement    	
Labourer on Douglas and Edinburgh Streets connection, New Westminster Suburbs, 18 days @ $2.50
Labourer False Creek Road,              3 days @ $2.50 and 24   ,, 2
do.       Granville and North Arm Road,                         16£ ,, 2
do.       repairing North Arm Road,                                  6   ,, 2
Advertising for tenders, North Arm Road 	
Labour on road from river toward New West.
2
1.50
2
2
2
2
2
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. as foreman,do.
do. do.
do. do.
Repairs, River Road to Patterson'
Labour repairing Main Road,
do. do.
do.       on Nicholson Road,
do.       Lee Road,
do.       Main Road,
Labour on Main Road,
sYaleR.,23£
do. 28   ,
do. 11£ .
do. 47
do.files,$1.2539
3
14
6
34
10}
19   .
i3 :
7
do.
do.
i, Mt. Lehman,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Mt. Lehman,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
2
2
2
2
2.50
2
2
2.50
2
2
2.50
2
2
16£ ds.  @
5   „
92 „
1*
do.       Nicholson Road,
do.       River Road to Patterson's,
do.       Nicholson Road,
do. do.
do.       Lee Road,
do. do.
do.       Main Road,
do, do.
do. do.
do. do.
Lumber for bridge, New Westminster-Hastings Road .
Hauling lumber and moving camp,        do.	
Labour on Long Bridge, do. 7   „ 2
do. do. do. 9   ,, 3
do. do. do. 4   ,, 3
do. do. use of capstan, etc., $8, 8   ,, 4
do. do. with team, 7   ,, 6
do.       on Trunk Road, Webster Settlement	
do. do. do. 	
do.       Granville and North Arm Road, 35   „ 2.50
do.       on road, Nicomen Island, 18 days and 1£ hours
Balance due for making bridge, Wharnock Station Road	
Labour on Stave River and St. Mary's Mission Road, per contract
do.        repairing North Arm Road, 6 days @ $2.50
Making plans, specifications, etc., Lulu Island Wharf	
do.     bridge in Lang-ley Municipality	
do.     road from Cridland's to Rowling's, North Arm, per contract .
Hauling lumber   	
Removing fallen trees from Port Moody Road, 2 days at $2.50
do. do. do. 	
Labour on Nicomen Island Road, 9 days, 3 hours @
do. do. 7   „     3     „
Labour repairing Luk-a-kuk road	
Constructing wharf, Langley Municipality, per contract	
Paid for meals, beds, and keep of horse, while inspecting roads 	
Labour on Trunk Road, from town line 80 chains, @ $1.50	
do. ^ do. Langley Municipality, 2 days @ $2.50
Ditching, etc., on Coast Meridian road, per contract
Carried forward.
959 23
8,169 19
60,967 60
61 62
23 80
10 90
38 30
82 87
4 00
281 25
37 00
146 00
7 00
60 00
3 00
60 50
65 00
75 00
15 75
66 00
56 00
64 25
20 50
21 00
197 25
45 00
65 50
33 00
12 00
4 08
47 00
56 00
23 00
94 00
98 75
6 00
28 00
16 00
7 00
20 50
47 60
26 00
14 00
2 00
38 00
10 00
29 00
13 00
19 50
7 00
10 00
19 60
3 00
19 00
53 66
6 00
14 00
27 00
12 00
40 00
42 00
40 00
19 50
87 50
36 SO
10 00
200 00
15 00
42 40
110 00
1,023 00
11 50
5 00
2 50
18 60
14 60
68 40
800 00
IS 75
120 00
6 00
400 00
12,60 22
60,967 60 100
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
Str Alice	
A McDonald	
Geo McCrae	
Chas Farris	
Peter Campbell	
Wm C McDougali.   ..
John Oliver	
Geo Newton	
Wm Mackie	
N Dowsey	
Nichol Cameron	
Jos Arbuckle	
Donald McLean   ..
Jos Tretheway	
Wm Hampton	
Peter Cakler	
Walter Blackie    .  .   .
Chas Cottrell	
Chas G Major 	
Geo Black	
Jas Johnston	
John Barnes 	
Thos Hicks	
E Atkins	
Woods, Turner & Gamble
John Mackie	
B Wilson	
John Mackie ,
Ben Ncilson	
Ed Whyman	
Martin Monoghan	
Wm Kirby	
Wm Dingle	
David Prophet	
Arthur Goldsmith 	
Thos Bulman	
John Johnston	
John Walker	
J M Stewart	
W J Graham 	
John Walker	
James Glenn 	
G Griffiths	
C Richard	
Ed Baldwin	
J P H Myer 	
Geo Black	
R Clarke	
Geo Clarke	
Geo Brusky	
Wm C McDougali	
Wm Shannon	
A L Huck	
Shannon & Fleming...
D McGregor	
E P Baker ,
J J Wilson	
Do	
Hugh Ramsey	
Jas Cunningham & Co
C Brewster & Co	
James Glenn 	
W J Graham	
John Walker	
Wm McMurphy	
Donald McMurphy ...
Wm Mackie	
Ben Neilson	
Geo McRae	
Adam McDonald	
John Mackie	
John McLeod ..	
W Danills	
DS Curtis & Co	
W R Lewis	
James Miller	
J G West	
John Ferguson	
J C Ferintrough & Co..
Brought forward	
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS -Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 134.—New   Westminster District.—Continued.
Freight on hay and grain, etc., North Arm road	
Labour on Nicomen Island roads, 18 days 1$ hrs. @ $!
do. re-building bridge and clearing, North Arm road, 10 days ,, !
do. on New Westminster and Granville road, 17$ ,, ,, !
do.     clearing- out North Arm trail, from Rose Hill	
Lumber for Chilcochkea Slough road 	
Extra allowance for lengthening and raising bridges oh North Arm rd
Labour on Newton road, Kanaka Prairie, per contract	
do.     re-building bridge and clearing North Arm rd„ 16 days @ $2.50
do.     on Nicomen Island road, 7 days 5$ hrs.       2
do.     repairing bridges on Pitt River road, 10| days     2
do.     on New Westminster-Port Moody road, 5     ,, 2
Brushing and repairing Pitt River road, per contract   	
Making road from Ball's along Nicomen Slough, per contract	
Labour improving town line between Dawson's and Lillooet	
do.     Wharnock Station road, Stave River Settlement	
Repairing road tools .-	
Labour on Granville and North Ann extension, 50$ days @ $2
Sundry tools for district roads   	
Provisions for party working on bridge, New Westminster-Hastings rd.
Labour clearing brush, etc., bridges, etc., on Johnson road
do.     repairing Riverside road and re-building bridge, Matsqui Prairie
do.     on Wharnock Station road, Stave River Settlement
do.     with oxen, on Pitt River road	
Making plans and tracings, etc., for wharf at Langley
Labour repairing North Arm road,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
6 days @ $2
on road, Granville and North Arm extension,
do. do.
on road from Alder Grove Post Office to River
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
clearing fallen timber from North road  	
on Edinburgh and Douglas Streets extension,
Repairing tools	
Labour on Granville new road
M3!
16 days @ $2.50
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
with team,
78 days @ $2.50
107 „
11 ,, 2
% » 2
17 „ 2
21 ,, 2
21 „ 2
9 „ 4
Hastings-Granville Road,
do.
do.
do.
do.
Nicomen Island Roads ..
do. 	
road from Alder Grove P.O. to Fraser River, 29 d. @ 75 cts
t)3,l75 feet lumber for Chilochkea Slough Road, at $10 $ m	
Repairing road between sections 29 and 30, Surrey, per contract	
Kirkland Road repairs, per contract	
Kanaka Creek bridge,        do.	
Labour on road and bridge at Wharnock Station	
do. Pitt Meadow , ,	
do. line between townships 9 and 12	
do. Wilson's Road	
Making road on Big Prairie, Chilliwhack Municipality	
Crowbars, spikes, nails, etc	
Repairs on Semiahmoo Trail, per contract
Labour on False Creek Road.
do. do.
do. do.
do. Port Moody Road,
do. do.
do. North Arm Road,
do. do.
do. do.
Clearing out North Arm Trail,
Labour on        do. construction,
Foreman, do. do.
Labour, do. do. with oxen
Horse powders	
Shoeing Government mule	
Hay, do	
Hay, do	
Oats, do	
Hay, do	
41$ d.
19$ ,
20$ ,
1* ,
1* ,
25$ ,
27$ ,
27$ ,
4 ,
26$ ,
311 ,
5 $2
2.50
2.20
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2.50
Carried forward.
959 23
12,600 22 60,967 00
4 25
36 30
20 00
35 00
80 00
400 00
120 00
150 00
40 00
15 10
21 00
10 00
60 00
250 00
94 50
38 00
34 78
101 00
116 88
29 50
15 00
150 00
27 0C
3 5C
50 5C
12 00
12 OO
67 00
96 00
13 50
13 50
21 00
24 75
3 00
29 25
23 25
2 5C
40 0C
6 37
195 0C
236 3C
22 00
5 0C
34 00
42 0C
42 OC
36 0C
2 OC
2 0C
21 75
631 75
500 0C
680 00
800 0C
48 00
201 00
105 50
1 60
200 00
31 47
244 00
83 00
48 75
45 2C
3 0C
3 0C
51 0C
55 0C
55 0C
8 0C
53 0C
78 75
39 0C
2 5C
2 0C
5 60
13 0C
7 50
11 85
20,613 15 60,967 60 50 Vic,
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
101
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   ets.
JAR Homer	
W Mcintosh	
T Thompson	
Str Alice    ....
John Mackie	
Geo McCraw	
Ben Neilson	
Wm Mackie	
John Paterson	
Gillev, Mooney & Co
Do.
C G Major	
Henry Vasey	
Frank L Lord	
O B Aekerman	
Dougherty & Cole..
WR Lewis	
Thos Owens	
John Sprott   	
J as Chalmers  	
T F York	
Wm Russell	
W B Townsend	
W R Austin	
Jno M Stewart	
Hastings Saw Mill Co
Douglas & Deighton.
Henry Steady	
ETrustle	
John T Morton	
D C Webber	
Henry Barker	
W J Graham	
John Musselwhite...
Wm Freeman	
W Mackie   	
W J Graham	
E 'Peterson	
Alex McCallum   ....
James Best .   ...	
J Wilson	
Alex Greig	
A McCallum	
Str Gladys	
Berry & Rutherford.
F F Bonson	
RCP Mills Co	
T York	
W Rowe 	
Owen Marvin     	
W Mackie	
Jas McGreg'or	
M Matheson	
J C S McKenzie	
Geo Rawlinson .
Geo Harrison.. .
N C McDougali .
H Boyd 	
D McGillivray ..
Wm H Ladner..
H 0 Wellbourne
Wm Russell, Jr.
Antone Roscoe .
Michael Dunne .
JnoE Murchison
A Murchison .. .
Wm Rowe   	
Wm Russell	
A G Hopkins ...
3d. @8
4 d. @ 82
4 „ 2
4 „ 2
4 ,, 2
1    „      5
Brought forward	
XII.-PUBLIC WOKKS.—ConUnued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 154.—New  Westminster District.—Concluded.
Oats and bran for Government mule	
Repairs to bridge, Pitt River Road,
Conveying tools to store-house	
Freight on hay, North Arm to New Westminster ..
Labour on New Westminster and Hastings old road
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
Hauling planks,   do. do.
Construction of wharf on Lulu Island, per contract ,
do. bridge, Greed's Slough, Lulu Island, per contract.   ..
Spades and spikes	
Labour on Nicomen Island Road, 1 day, 4 hours @ $2 $ day	
On account of con. of Chilochkau Slough R., Richmond Municipality
Construction of bridge across Sumas River	
On account of con. of road from Trunk Road to McDonald's, Lulu Isl.
Repairing- road tools	
do. do    	
Sundry expenses incurred inspecting roads	
Repairing  bridges,  Wilson   Road,   per contract	
Removing fallen timber, Trunk Road, 2 days @ $2	
do. do. do. 2     „ 2	
Team hire and horse keep for Inspector Sprott	
Wharfage, etc., on hay and oats	
Shoeing mule and repairing tools	
Spikes for bridge on Granville Road, $5 ; feed for mule, $8	
Satchel for Inspector Sprott	
Corduroying road on Big Prairie, Chilliwhack Municipality 	
On account of contract for construction Trunk  Road ditch between
Ladner's and Bay View	
Road ditch on Serpentine fiats, Surrey, per contract	
Labour on Pitt Meadow Road * =■	
Removing fallen timber, Trunk Road, 1$ days @ $2
do. do. False Creek Road, l"   „'
do. do. Trunk Road, 1
do.              do.                     do. 3     „
Repairing Sapperton Bridge	
do. do. 	
Filling in approach to bridge, Green's Slough	
Repairs to Trunk Road, Lehman's Landing, 5 days @ $52
Labour on Central Section Line, Township 12	
do.        Best's Line and Warnock Station Roads	
Grading, bridging, etc., Well's Landing Road	
Messenger, Mt. Lehman to Alder G., *2; meals, etc., for Supt. Sprott, $3
Freight on road tools	
Hauling lumber for Westminster-Granville road
Horse hire for Road Superintendent, 24 days @ $1
Lumber for bridge connecting N. Arm road and Edinburgh St., N. W
Removing logs from Trunk road	
Labour on Trunk road ,	
Removing logs from Trunk road, 1$ days @ $2
Repairing Port Moody and New Westminster road, 4$       ,,
Removing logs from Trunk road, 10~        ,,       2
6
n
Labour with team, Granville-Hastings road,
Construction of Hall Prairie road, per contract ....
Vote No. 155 —Municipalities in New  Westminster Dist
Amount of appropriation to 30th June, 1886, Langley Municipality	
do. do. Maple Ridge do.    '	
do. do. Surrey do	
do. do. Richmond      do	
do. do. Chilliwhack   do	
do. do. Delta do	
Vote No   150.—Cowichan Municipality.
Amount of appropriation to 30th June, 1886 	
Vote No. 157.— Trunk Road, Neie Westminster to Yale.
Labour,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
with team 20J days @ $4 ;  2\ days (
18}       „
23|
with team 11} days @ S5 ; 13        ,,
with oxen 10 days @ $4 ;    65
32}
2
2
2
2
2
2.50
2
Carried forward.
20,513 15
21 91
6 00
1 00
1 00
8 00
8 00
8 00
8 00
6 00
1,054 00
190 00
10 62
2 80
218 25
250 00
532 50
3 64
2 50
95 25
65 00
4 00
4 00
17 25
16 50
4 20
13 00
3 00
100 00
750 00
350 00
99 80
3 00
2 00
3 00
6 00
2 00
2 00
27 50
10 00
108 80
30 08
200 00
5 00
50
4 00
24 00
34 DO
2 00
3 00
3 00
9 00
20 00
9 00
200 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
86 00
37 20
47 60
88 50
53 00
41 00
65 62
64 50
1,967 60
26,073 !
6,000 00
478 32 98,041 40 102
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
E R Hopkins	
E Tilton  	
A H Merritt	
Owen Merion   	
James Nelson	
Robert Monaghari.
Jno Hawkes	
Christian Isaacson
Nelson Nelson
Wm Murray	
Thos Culbert	
Chas G Major	
Pay Lists	
Frank Harvey	
H F Keefer	
F Harvey	
W A Starret	
Wm Yates	
W L Flood 	
James Wardle	
Francis Wilson	
T N Hayes 	
Jas Lyons	
Lambly Bros	
Robt Smith	
Wm Manning	
Wm Edge	
John Wilson	
Thos Hall 	
Jno Clapperton	
GB Wright	
Lewis Campbell	
Blair & Co	
WL Flood	
W R McDonald	
Robt Smith	
Andrew Henry	
Edwin Carswrell	
John English	
Johnson Gaskine	
Alfred Martin	
Wm Dobb	
McKenzie & McNeill .
E J Tronson 	
Thos Ellis	
Francis Walker	
J A Mara	
Adamson & Anderson
F G Vernon	
M Galbraith	
Robt Galbraith	
G Dester	
J P Brooks	
Wood & Rabbit	
Walter Dewdney	
Thos O'Brien	
Walter O'Brien	
Owen Corrigan	
Peter Murphy	
A McKinnon	
Hudson Bay Co 	
Jas Wardle*	
Indian John	
J F Allison	
Thos Daley	
Indian Charlie	
E M Wirft	
Brewer & Nicholson..
Eli Lequime	
Louis Brent	
Wm Rollins 	
Donald Matheson	
Brought forward	
XII -PUBLIC WOnKS.-Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 157.—Trunk Road, New Westminster to Yale,-
Con eluded.
Labour 23\ days @ $2
do  22£       „       2
do 23i       „       2
do     U       „       2
do 15 „        2
do 12 „       2
do 21$       „       2
do 24$       „       2
do team, 19A days @ $5 ;   2 ,,       2
do (foreman)   28 „       3
do 16 ,,        2
Sundry tools	
Vote No. 158.—Yale District.
Foremen and labourers on district roads	
Labour repairing bridge, Kamloops-Nicola road .
Scraper for road	
Inspecting repairs on Kamloops-Okanagan road .
Horse hire, Hope trail	
Nails.
Use of block and tackle for construction of bridge, Similkameen trail
Tools for sundry roads
Hire of 2 horses and waggon  78 days @ $2
Hire of 6 horses and plough, 1 day	
Services as axeman on Swan Lake road 7 ds. @ $2, board, surveyors $22
Keep of Government horse at Spallumcheen
Labour on Nicola-Kamloops road 8$ days @ $2.50
Lumber for Upper Nicola bridge
On account of contract for making bridge near Sullivan's $20, grading
approaches, etc., $5	
Labour on Nicola-Cook's Ferry road   35 days @ $2.50
Labour on road between Gilmore's and O'Rooke's, 8$       ,,       2.50
Travelling expenses inspecting road	
Repairs to Eagle Pass waggon road, per agreement
Labour repairing road, Campbell's Hill, Kaml'ps-Ok'gan rd. 20 ds. @ $2.50
Clearing and grading trail, Granite Creek to Nicola..	
Labour on Similkameen trail, 4 days @ $2.50
Labour with team repairing culverts, McLood's to Scott's, 5        ,,        5
Labour with team repairing approaches to bridge at Douglas Lake and
Nicola-Kamloops road
Labour on Nicola-Kamloops road 7       ,,       2.50
Repairing tools	
Repairing sledge hammer	
Labour on survey of Pleasant Valley road	
Keep of horse for W. Dewdney, inspecting Pleasant Valley road
Axe
Construction of Belvedere road, per contract
Horse hire for W. Dewdney inspecting road .
Labour clearing Christian Creek trail, to Fort Shepherd, per agreement
Hire of team and waggon, 2 months  	
Road tools  	
Meals for W. Dewdney, inspecting roads	
Meals, bed, and keep of horse, W. Dewdney, inspecting roads
Labour on survey of Swan Lake Road, 8 days @ §2
do. do. 10$ „
1 sledge 	
Repairing tools	
Horse liniment and currcy comb   	
Horse hire for W. Dewdney, inspecting roads •	
Labour on North Thompson East Road, 27 days @ $2.50
do. do. do. ' 27   „ 2.50
do. do. do. 27   „ 2.50
do. do. do. 27   „ 2.50
Repairing tools	
Axes and nails, Hope-Nicola & Similkameen Trail
Powder, picks, grindstone, etc., do.
Ferrying labourers at Princeton, etc, do.
Pick and axe, do.
Pick and rope, do.
Man and pack horse, 59 days @ $2.69, do.
Shovels and spikes, do.
Lumber for bridges	
Labour with two teams and plough, $6, nails, $1.
do.     with team, half a day	
do.     on Deep Creek Bridge	
do.    on Salmon River Road	
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do
Brought forward.
959 23
959 23
478 32    93,041 40
46
60
44
50
46
50
9 00
30 00
24 00
43 00
49 00
101
50
84
00
32
00
11
50
6,949 87
1 50
10 00
4 00
105 00
1 70
2 50
5 92
166 00
7 00
36 00
30 00
21 25
5 00
25 00
87 50
21 25
15 0C
1,900 0C
50 0C
300 00
10 OC
25 00
70 00
17 50
6 0C
2 0C
2 5C
50
2 5C
0,076 0C
6 0C
500 0C
100 0C
16 50
50
1 50
16 00
21 00
5 25
13 00
2 25
45 00
67 50
67 50
67 50
67 50
13 50
8 00
41 25
2 50
3 50
3 50
158 71
8 77
170 32
7 00
2 50
2 50
2 50
17,367 04    94,041 50 Vic. Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
103
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
Str Spallumcheen	
Eli Lcquime	
J H Montgomery	
Lambly Bros	
S Gray	
E M Furstenau	
Indian Halohitza	
Str Peerless 	
Geo P Cross	
John Watt	
D McLean	
Dan Quigley	
John Quigley	
Hudson Bay Co	
Wm Patton	
John Corbett	
Geo Fcnson	
- A E Howse	
W R McDonald	
C O'Keefe	
C Cooney	
James Lynch	
James Wardle	
Indian Peter ,
Do.   Harry	
Hudson Bay Co	
G B Martin	
W J Church	
Shuswap Milling Co	
John Hutchison	
Peter A Murphy ,
Donald Manson	
Alex McLean	
F Walker	
Brewer & Nicholson ...
Louis Moran	
Anderson & Adamson .
Costerton & Hanington
Frank Hassard	
T D Shorts	
Saml Gray	
G J Wallace	
Duncan McDonald	
Indian Peter	
Dan Blake 	
Jas Fraser	
James Cusack	
W E Wanless	
Pat Duffy	
R H See	
D Ferguson	
Peter Denis	
Blair & Co	
Geo Fenson	
R O'Rourke	
John Corbett	
Robt Smith	
L Girouward	
Str Peerless	
Str Spallumcheen	
Alex McLean	
Wm Palmer	
H B Dart	
John Copeland	
Geo Baillie	
Jno McKay	
S M Nelson	
A Gordon	
A Coutlie	
J Richardson	
Manning Bros	
E O'Rourke	
Alex Gordon	
Jno Hamilton	
Blair & Co	
B F Bryce	
Brought forward	
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS -Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.-Continued.
. Vote No. 158.— Yale District.—Continued.
Freight on tools, $1.50, passage, meals and bed for W. Dewdney, Spal
lumcheen t6 Eagle Pass	
Clearing trail from Mission Creek to Penticton	
do.       fallen timber, Bclviderc lload, 8 days @ $2.50
Keep of Government horse at Spallunichccn, 1st Sept. to 7th Nov...
Labour on Sitlmon River Road, 5$ days @ $2.50
Meals and keep of horse for W. Dewdney, inspecting Pleasant Valley rd
Searching for Government horse	
Scraper 	
Labour on district roads, 14 days @ $2.50
Labour on Hope-Similkameen trail, 47   ,, 2.50
Ferrying men and tools across Thompson River	
Removing fallen trees and making trail above Savona,     8 days @ $1.6Q
do. do. do. do. 8   „ 1.50
For repairing Kamloops-Tranquille Road, to river, 4   „ 2.50
Labour on North Thompson Road, 4   ,, 2.50
do.     repairing road at Coutlie's	
Lumber for covering bridge at Coutlie's	
Powder, fuse and spikes, Nicola-Kamloops Road	
Labour on Kamloops Nicola Road	
Lumber, nails, etc., Kamloops-Okanagan Road.... >	
Labour clearing slide on Tranquille Road	
Construction of Similkameen Bridge at Princeton, per contract	
Nails, etc., for Popcum waggon road	
Labour on Hope-Popcum road and Hope-Similkameen trail, 8 days
$2.25, and 19 days @ $2.50	
Labour on Hope-Semilkameen trail, 20 days @ $2.50
Auger and file, Hope-Popcum road ,	
Paid for cutting out trees on Kamloops-Okanagan road	
Hauling lumber for bridge, Kamloops-Nicola road	
Lumber for Kamloops-Nicola and Okanagan roads	
Labour on Kamloops-Okanagan road	
do. do. at Campbell's Hill, 2-} days @ 82.50
Repairing bridge on Kamloops-Nicola road, 3        „      2.50
do. do. 3        „      2.50
Hire of team and waggon, sundry roads	
Planking for bridges	
Carpenter work on sundry bridges, 4$ days @ $3
Hire of man, team and waggon, 1 day @ $4 ; nails, $2.25    ...
Axe and pick handles	
Construction Pleasant Valley road, per contract	
Clearing trail from Okanagan road to Princeton	
Labour on Salmon River road, 6 days @ $2.50
Shoeing horses	
Clearing road to Government stable	
Labour on Hope-Similkameen trail,       8 days @ $2.25, 29 days @ $2.50
do. do 7       „      2.50
do. do. 3       ,,      2.50
do. do. 3       „       2.50
do. do. 5        ,,       2.50
do.       road, Cherry Creek Hill	
Survey of Swan River waggon road, maps, profiles, etc	
Clearing road between Belvidere Landing and Sycamoose Narrows .
Labour on Hope-Popcum road, 1 day ..."	
Shovel	
Lumber for Nicola-Kamloops road	
Repairing tools,        do.	
Labour on Nicola bridges with team,        1£ days @ $3, 5J days @ $2.50
do.       road by Nicola Lake, 2l"      „        2.50
Hay and oats	
Freight on lumber, etc., for South Thompson Road	
do. and 2 fares, Kamloops-Savona Road	
Labour on Kamloops-Nicola Road	
do. do. 	
Board & horse keep, Supt. Black exploring route for trail to Granite C.
do. do. do. do.
do. do. do. do.
Horse keep, do. do. do.
do.       meals & bed, do. do. do.
do. do. do. do. do.
do. do. etc., do.   and 2 men,      do. do.
do. do.        do. do. do.
do. do.    -    do. do. do.
do. do. do.   and party,       do. do.
do. do. do. do. do.
Oats, horse hire, etc.     do. do. do.
Provisions and oats for do. do. do.
Meals at Granite Creek, do. do. do.
Carried forward.
23    17,367 04    94,041 02
8 50
100 00
20 00
33 50
13 75
1 75
5 00
2 00
35 00
117 50
1 50
12 00
12 00
10 00
10 00
7 50
21 00
12 00
10 00
215 60
10 00
1,500 00
2 10
65 50
50 00
1 75
4 00
6 00
51 29
202 00
6 25
7 50
7 60
100 00
17 83
13 50
6 26
5 26
1,600 00
500 00
15 00
10 50
2 50
90 50
17 50
7 50
7 50
12 50
5 00
125 00
150 00
2 25
1 75
4 50
6 60
18 25
52 50
62 10
37 50
8 00
1 00
5 00
3 50
3 50
3 00
3 00
6 00
1 50
10 50
7 60
5 00
5 00
1 00
21 00
23    22,802 69    94,041 02 104
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
E Thomas	
D McDonald	
Geo Baillie	
S M Nelson	
A Gordon	
A Coutlie	
John Sanders	
T Richardson	
James Cairns	
James Stott	
W Manning	
C P Railway	
F Boyce	
Colonial Hotel	
C P N Co	
W McKeon & Son	
J R McDonell  	
C P Railway	
Indian Peter	
Henling&Peel	
J W Sentell	
T Woodland	
G Gustafsen	
Jas Nesbitt	
Robt Douglas	
Murdock McKay	
J W Sentell	
Patrick Duffy	
W Seely	
A Bren	
Frank Harvey	
J A Schubert	
Jas Wardle	
Thos Greenhow]	
L C McGregor	
Jno Fulland	
Thos Hornby	
H Blackford	
RCPMills Co	
CPR	
Dom Govt Telegraphs,
A Clemes	
Wm Mashell	
Jno Mclntyre	
H F Keefer	
Indian Tom	
Wm Walsh	
A Stevenson 	
Jas Hart	
Albion Iron Works Co
Postmaster, Hope	
Ryder & Gibson	
EMWirth	
H Swanson	
C Lawson ,
F Walker	
G Knappett	
G Baillie ,	
H P Dart	
A Coultie	
B F Bryce	
W Charters & Co	
E Thomas	
T Richardson	
H Hunter	
A Clemes	
J Runkel	
R Smith	
Alex McDonald	
Jno Dunn	
R Smith	
John Corbitt	
Geo Pilkington	
Vair & Millar	
John Clapperton	
James Wardle	
Brought forward.	
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS -Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued,
Vote No. 158.—Yale District.— Concluded.
Assisting Supt. Black, exploring route for trail to Granite C, 10 d. @ $
Exploring trail from Granite Creek to Manning's	
Meals and bed for Supt. Black	
do.        and horse keep for Supt. Black retg from Granite Creek
do.
do.
Hay for
Meals and horse keep
Meals,
Hay, etc.,
Horse and man,
Passage of
Meals for
Meals and bed,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
from 12-mile flat to Moody
at Nicomin
at New Westminster
Fare of Supt. Black, New West, to Victoria and return to Hammond
Meals and bed, do.   at Victoria	
do. do.   at Hammond	
Fare of do.    Hammond to Yale	
Labour on Hope-Similkameen trail, 9 days @ $2.50
Blasting, etc., on Hope-Popcum waggon road	
Constructing bridge over Tulameen River, per contract	
Labour (as foreman) clearing Nicola-Granite Trail, 11 d @$3.50
do. do. 11     ,,3
do.    clearing Slate Creek Trail, 13     ,,   3
Repairing trail near Granite Creek Bridge, 6     ,,    3
do. do. 4     ,,    3
Building pier in Tulameen River to guard bridge from driftwood....
Moving camp from Cherry Creek to Kamloops, $6 ; team, $4	
Labour on Kamloops-Savona Road, 8^   ,, ■    2.50
do. do. 8"   „       2.50
do.    with team on sundry roads, 3     ,,       6
Removing timber, Kamloops-Okanagan R., spikes, $2.50, 2     ,,       2.50
Tools for road party, Hope-Similkameen Trails	
Board, loding and horse keep for G. A. Dewdney, inspecting roads .
Labour on N. Thompson Road, 3 d. @ $2.50
do. Grand Prairie-Spallumcheen Roads, 19   ,,     2.50
Team hire, etc., on sundry roads	
Blacksmith work on Stryn Creek Bridge	
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Lumber for
Freight on lumber,
Telegrams from Supt. Stevenson, re
Keep of horse,   '
Iron for
Spikes, rope, lumber, etc., for
Paint-oil for
Ferrying men and plant for
Meals for Indians rafting- timber for
do. do.
Boat hire,
Lateral rods, blocks, etc., for repairing Lytton Bridge
Postage stamps for Supt. Starret   	
Tools and repairing Hope-Similkameen Trails
Axe, do. do.
Oats for Government horse at Priest's Valley,
do. do. do.
Hire of waggon and team	
Meals, bed & horse feed for Supt. Black at 22-Mile House, en route to
Granite Creek, and return	
Meals, bed, etc , for Supt. Black at Lytton, en route to Granite C. & ret,
do. do. Forest House, do.
do. do. Nieola, do.
do. do. Otter Flat, do.
Hire of man locating bridge at Otter Flat, 2 days @ $7.50 .    ,
Meals, bed and keep of horse for Supt. Blacfc
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
Labour on-road survey at Nicola Lake,
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
do. Nicola-Kamloops Road,
do. sundry roads, 25 days @ $2.50, with team,
do. Nicola Creek Ferry Road,
Cooking utensils for camp on Kamloops-Savona Road
Exp. inspect, district work, $67.30; com. on road disbursements, $38.10
Postage stamps
at Granite Creek	
Spence's Bridge	
Granite Creek	
3 days @ $2.50
3   „ 2.50
3    „ 2.50
20    „ 2.50
1    „ 2.50
14* „ 2.50
Curried forivard.
959 28
22,802 59
30 00
25 00
S 00
7 00
3 50
5 00
3 00
6 00
2 00
3 50
4 00
10 25
1 00
2 00
7 00
12 00
1 50
7 76
22 50
4 00
475 00
38 50
33 00
39 00
18 00
12 00
80 00
10 00
21 25
20 00
18 00
7 60
10 00
8 75
7 50
47 50
22 50
40 00
75 27
149 40
1 25
8 25
3 20
34 92
7 00
8 50
10 00
31 62
7 50
72 64
1 50
6 60
1 76
16 02
10 00
50 00
6 00
6 00
4 50
5 00
3 00
3 50
15 00
10 00
2 50
6 50
6 00
7 50
7 50
7 50
50 00
65 00
36 25
2 37
105 40
1 03
94,041 02
24,714 86
959 23
118,765 88 50 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
105
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
Pay Lists	
"Colonist"	
Jos Bellmond...
H Gould	
Indian Charlie ...
McLellan & Co...
Wm Bowe	
H O Bowe 	
F W Foster	
U Nelson	
C F Kostering- ...
Wm Williams....
John Chenhall ..
Hugh McGregor .
Wrm Allan	
W G Manson	
Indian Antoine ..
Do.   Charley ..
"Columbian" ....
Wm Harkins	
Do	
H McGregor	
Jos Haller	
John E Moore ...
Nicholas Hanlon.
P Grinder	
U Nelson & Co...
Indian Shennam .
Do.   Mashall ..
Jas Dickey	
"Evening- Post"..
"Colonist"	
"Columbian"	
•John E Moore. ..
Frank Cheari ....
E Gaspard	
A LeBourdais... .
J N Brown	
Louis Mouralot . .
John Currie	
Gaspard Isadore .
Joseph Haller....
A W Smith	
Jno Martiey	
J W Woods	
Jas Clenhall	
H McGregor	
N Hanlon	
GSteger	
Indian Joe	
Louis Veduc	
D Ercole	
N Gustafson	
Jno Williams ....
Louis Mouralot...
Thos Roberts ....
Jno Marshall	
N Hanlon 	
H Higginbotham.
Indian Billy	
Michael Giilon ...
John Martiey	
Robt Carson	
E Chenhall	
E Bell & Co	
F W Foster	
TCragle	
W F Allen	
R Valenzuela ....
D Carey	
W Lee 	
Dan Harley	
Brought forward   	
XII.—PUBLIC WORKS— Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 159.—Lillooet District (including Marble
Canyon Road).
Supt. J. Chenhall, 7 mos. @ 8130 = $910, labourers, $6,030.27	
Advertising for tenders, Marble Canyon road	
Labour on Kelly-Haller road, 9 days
do. Clinton Hill	
Moving- Bridge River trail party, 6 times	
Tools, bolts, sharpening tools, etc	
Hay and grain	
Road tools, hay and grain \	
Powder and fuse     	
Spikes, rope and grain	
Grain	
Hay	
Horse hire, 4 months and 23 days @ $10 $ month	
Freight on spikes and rope, $25, hoi'se hire, $6	
Surveying Marble Canyon Road, near Lillooet, 5 days @ $9	
Labour on survey, do. do. 	
do. do. do. 	
do. do. do.
Advertising for tenders, do. do. 	
Construction of Marble Canyon Road, per contract, $10,000, extras, $90
Extension of Marble Canyon Road, per contract,	
Labour clearing Ferry Hill, 3 days @ $3
Hire of team and man, 3 days @ $7, repairing tools, $4	
Grain
Freight on powder and tools	
Labour with team hauling logs, etc	
Stationery for Road Superintendent Chenhall	
Compensation for moving fence, etc., Marble Canyon road	
do. do. Hat Creek	
Hauling derrick poles, Bridge River bridge  	
Advertising for tenders	
do.	
do. 	
Horse feed 	
Repairing plough   	
Hay and grain	
Envelopes for Road Superintendent Chenhall 	
Ploughing on road and use of horse packing road tools, etc	
Labour on Chadwick and Pavilion roads, 29 days (§> $3
Labour on trail, Lillooet River to road on Pemberton P.    11    ,, 3
Hay and grain       	
do.        and sharpening tools, etc	
Axes, rope, nails, etc	
Compensation for work done on Marble Canyon road	
Labour on Wood's Trail, 8 days @ $3	
Horse hire and feed	
Moving roads tools sundry times   	
Culvert, Dog Creek Hill, 5 days @ $3 ; team, 1 day @ $4.
Labour on road from Canoe Greek to river, 30     ,,       3.
do. Lillooet-Clinton Road, 2      ,,        2.
Labour on road, Canoe Creek to Fraser River, G days @ $3
One pick handle	
Freight on tools	
Labour on road from Canoe Creek to River, 5 days @ $3
Labour on Lillooet, Chadwick, and Clinton roads, 37       ,,       3
do.       clearing out slide and rock from Lillooet Ferry,   7       ,,       3
Lumber for Cayoosh Bridge	
Removing fallen timber between Canoe and Dog Creeks	
Taking charge of Government horses, 4       „       3
Repairing bridge between Lillooet and Foster's Bar, 2       ,,
Two tons of hay	
Labour on Marble Canyon road and bridge	
Hay and Grain	
Making tent 	
Axe and pick handles, rope, grain, etc	
Shovels, picks, wrench, etc	
Repairing harness	
Keep of two Government horses during winter	
Labour on Dog Creek Hill, 6 days @ $3
Labour with team, 1 day	
Labour on Pavilion Mountain,                                                 3       ,,
Hay and grain $32.90; moving camp $5	
Carried forward.
6,940
14
27
3
23
163
45
51
5
67
43
5
47
31
45
3
3
3
6
10,090
1,050
9
25
14
6
31
2
30
22
8
13
5
12
1
63
87
33
20
29
20
175
24
16
4
19
90
4
18
1
5
15
111
21
3
3
12
4
50
37
959 23      138,662 87
19,906 99 106
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
Pay Lists	
A McAlinden	
I B Nason	
Solomon Jones	
Mason & Daly 	
A McFarlane 	
John Lumley	
A Sharp	
A B Matten	
S J Sincock	
S A Rogers	
I B Nason	
A McFarlane  	
C B Eagles	
Vieth, Borland & Co.....
R McLeese	
S Downes	
Indian Swaphin	
C P O'Neil    	
E Deslorier	
W C Price	
S J Sincock 	
E Deslorier	
R Bennett	
Wm Boucher	
John McLean	
Hudson Bay Co	
Pierre Bourgault 	
A D Mclnnes	
Fletcher &  McNaughton
K McLeod	
E Ogden	
J Bowron	
Henry Jones	
Henry McDermott	
J Keller	
Robert Davis	
A Clink	
P C Dunlevy 	
David Allan 	
John Boyd	
Fletcher & McNaughton
F Guerin   	
P C Dunlevy	
Frank Guy	
Vieth, Borland & Co ....
Do.
Wm Polleye	
W C Price	
John Salmon	
Chas Stommanic  	
R McLeese  	
James Ford	
C B Eagle 	
Pinchbeck & Lyne	
Indian Grouse	
Robt McLeese 	
Robt Davis	
Pinchbeck & Lyne	
R A Collins	
James Ford	
W F Anderson	
S Jones    	
Polleys & Anderson	
Alex Sharp	
Jas Harkins	
E Humphreys	
Mason & Daly 	
Quesnelle Quartz M Co .
James Reid	
Indian Parker Jack	
John Lumby	
W Urquhart	
Mason & Daly	
Alex McDonald	
Wm Warmald	
P Callan	
McFarlane & Sincock ...
A D Mclnnes	
6 days @$3.50
3.50
Brought for ward	
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS -Continued,
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 160.—Cariboo District.
Labourers on district roads and trails '.	
Labour on Grouse and Antler Creek trail,
do.     removing camp and tools and repairing brid^
do.     making bridge and clearing Devil's Canyon road, 3
Road tools and repairing bridge across Williams Creek	
Labour, lumber, and use of jack screw, grading road near Richfield gaol
do.       on trails, 8 days @ $3.50
do.      removing fallen trees from Cunningham Trail,   6   ,, 3.50
do. do. Antler-Snow-Shoc trail, 6\ ,, 4
.do.      on Mosquito Creek Trail, 5    ,, 4
Road tools	
Lumber for sundry trails	
Timber for Mosquito Creek trail ,
Labour on road at Williams Lake 	
Meals, bed, and keep of horse for J. St. Laurent, inspecting road...,
do. do. do. ....
do. do. do. ....
Moving- camp to Sugar Creek	
Repairing road tools	
Labour on Williams Creek bulkhead, and lumber supplied	
Labour diverting water course, Williams Creek bulkhead, 4 days @ $3.50
do. do. do. 4        „      3.50
Lumber, and use of horse on Slough Creek Road
Labour on west side of Fraser River 10 days @ $3
Ferrying trail party across Fraser River
Hay and grain	
Cooking utensils for trail party	
Picks
10 days @ $3.50
4 days <Vt' $2
6        ,,        2
25        „        3.50
Meals, bed, and keep of horse for J. St. Laurent, Chilcotin road
do. do.
Labour on Bear Lake trail
Use of pack horse for trail party,
Horse hire, inspecting trails,
Labour on Mosquito Creek and Ilardsurabble trails
Lumber for Williams Creek bulkhead repairs.......
Labour on Chilcotin road, 34i days @ $3
do. do. 25^-       ,,        3
do. do. 31;
Repairing road tools, use of harness; etc.,	
Meals, bed, & keep of horse for J. St. Laurent, supt. Slough Creek road
do. do. do.
do. do. do
Labour on Williams Lake road 18 days @ $3
Road tools, and cooking utensils, Mud Lake road party	
Packing camp and keep of horse, Keithley Creek trail	
Road tools, moving camp, labour, etc., do. 	
Meals, bed, hire of horse, etc., for Stephenson, Keithley Creek trail
Repairing bridge at Forks of Quesnelle, per contract.   	
Repairing, corduroying, Grouse Creek and Sugar Creek trails	
Hire of team, and use of saddle horse, Chilcotin road	
Packing tools, Chilcotin Road	
Tools and cooking utensils	
Labour on Chilcotin road 22J days @ S3
Lumber for bridge, Williams Lake road	
Repairs to Williams Lake road	
Moving camp, do. 	
Moving camp, Soda Creek to Williams L. $20; axe, shovels, etc., $12.50
Labour on Williams Lake road 10 days @ $3
Meals & bed, J. St. Laurent, surveying road from Williams L. to Deep C
Moving road camp at sundry times	
Horse hire for J. St. Laurent	
Labour on Snow-Shoe Creek trail 5 days @ $4
Removing fallen trees from trail	
Covering and repairing bridge across North Fork of Quesnelle River
Removing fallen trees from Harvey Creek trail, 3 days @ $3.50
Repairing Bulkhead and Barkervilie road, 10^     ,,       3.50
Removing slide at Soda Creek Hill, 2       ,,       3
Meals, lied, and keep of horse for Supt. St. Laurent	
Construction of sleigh road from river to Hixon Creek	
Tools for Hixon Creek trail, $6.75 ; pack horse, moving camp, $4....
Labour on do. 4 days @ $2
Labour on Antler Creek trail, 3 days @ $3.50
do.       bulkhead at Barkervilie, 3       ,,       3.50
Nails and spikes, and horse and wagon hire, moving camp
Removing fallen timber from trails, 2 days @ $3.50
Labour on Beaver Pass Ck. trail, 7 days @ $3.50; repairing bridge $25.50
Clearing out Omineca trail, per agreement	
Bulkhead to protect Barkervilie Street, per contract	
Meals, bed and keep of horse for J. St. Laurent at Williams Lake
Carried forward.
1,209
7,604
60
21
00
14
00
10
50
13 75
18 04
28 00
21
00
25
00
20 00
50
25
129 70
5
00
12
00
7
00
03
00
23
00
2
50
122
25
214
16
14
00
14
00
101
00
30
00
4
60
7
35
35 10
21
00
3
60
a
25
35
00
8 00
12
00
87 50
10 80
103
60
, 76 50
94 50
23
60
3
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9
26
6
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16
12
13
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66 20
33
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6
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29
50
67 50
63 00
218
25
8 00
32
50
30
00
17
00
24
60
30 00
20 00
25 00
175
00
10
50
36 75
6
00
20 00
1,500 00
10 75
8
00
10
60
10
50
38
12
7 00
50
00
250 00
495
IS
4
50
138,662 87
12,484 02
151,146 1 50 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July,  L885, to 30th June, 1886.
107
TO WHOM  PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
Brought forward	
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS.-Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No.  161.— Kootenay  District.
Pay Lists j Labourers on district roads and trails   	
S T Girvan   Labour on Columbia River Trail	
Lewis & Primrose       do. trail from Wild Horse to Joseph's Prairie	
M Herber        do. do. Kicking Horse to Wild Horse, 8 days @ S3., ..
Roger Moore  Packing tools, etc., to road party at Kootenay Lake	
Jno T Galbraith      Supplies to A. W. Vowell and men, inspecting trail and road work ..
Jas Rogers  ; Labour on trail to Kootenay River, 35 davs @ $3
Ed Shuck  | do. do. 3?     '
Henry Sheran I do. Farwell to Little Dalles, 1
J Hunley  I do. Goat River Crossing to Kootenay R., 29
Ed Parker  j Hire of horse for A. W. Vowell, inspecting trails
Jas Baker	
Roger Moore	
Chas Lewis	
Geo WHall	
Do	
Chas Clark	
J W Ridgway	
Wm Archer  	
H S Holt   	
John Irvine	
D Griffiths	
"Inland Sentinel".
R D Mather	
E F Johnston	
J H Harris	
E C Parker	
Albert McCleary ...
H Anderson	
3
2.50
3
D Griffiths	
M Fernie	
Indian Alexander .
Peter Leonard ..   .
R E Lemon	
W Fraser	
Geo Eggert	
Hull & Trounce .
Chas Kerr	
John Cranston..
C P Millar & Co.
J A Sinclair	
G M Sproat	
Crowd.	
Hugh Chisholm,
Neil McMillan ..
Chas Holton	
W Kirkpatrick..
G M Sproat	
D S McClcllan ..
James Brown ...
J M McLeod ....
C WTrenholme.
E T Johnston . ..
Edward Metcalf	
John Finlayson	
Porter & Merrifield	
Callbreath, Grant & Cook
D McKenzie	
Edward Metcalf	
A Cameron	
Wm Sayyea	
Pay Lists	
E G Prior	
Nathaniel Hilton	
Jno Marks	
G A Pritchett	
Dan McKenzie	
G W Cook	
Chas Lawrence	
Jno Moore	
0 Bane	
Denis Hugon	
H Miller	
Jas McClusky	
i <« S3
Road tools, hire of team, etc
Removing fallen trees and assisting to pack and make camp, etc
do. do. do.
Labour on trail from Goat River Crossing to Kootenay R., 30 day
Axes	
Road tools	
Labour clearing out trail between Joseph's Prairie and Weaver Creek
In aid of bridge across Kicking Horse River, near Golden City	
Payment on account of trail from Little Dalles to La Porte	
Labour on Wild and Kicking Horse trails, 8£ days @!
Road tools	
Advertising notice of ferry, Kootenay District	
2 axes	
Repairing Kootenay trail, per agreement	
Bridge across Sheep Creek,       do. 	
Horse hire	
Moyea trail, from Wild Horse to boundary, per contract	
Horse hire, laying out road between Wild Horse and Upper Crossing
of Columbia River, 4 days @ $2
Road tools	
Building bridge across Wolf Creek.
Services with H. Anderson, laying out road bet. Wild Horse & Col. Lakes
Removing fallen trees from trail between Joseph's Prairie and Weaver
Creek, 5 days @ $2.50	
Provisions for party on Big Bend trail	
Labour do. 	
Tent for party on do. 	
Beef do. do. 	
Tools, tent, provisions, etc., Big1 Bend trail party, $157.58 ; freight $71.78
Provisions, do.
Cooking utensils, do.
do. do.
Hire of horse for packing, do.
On account of packing supplies, do.
Labour, do.
do. do.
do. do.
Boat hire, moving camp, do.
Grindstone, do.
12 days (
In charge of Big Bend trail party (in absence of Supt. Scoley), 18 d. @ S3
Examining and reporting on route for Big Bend trail, 15   ,,
Labour on do. 	
Inspecting and reporting on Carnes Ck. b'dge, 5 d. @ $5; expenses $7.50
Clearing Kootenay trail, between Kicking Horse and Squaw Point..
Vote No   162.—Cassiar District.
Removing fallen timber from McDame Creek Trail, 4 days @ $6
do. do. Thibert Creek trail, 4   ,, 5
Horse hire for J. L. Crimp, inspecting trails	
Meals & provisions,    do. do. 	
Labour on trail from Dease Creek to Telegraph Creek,        35 days @ $5
Removing trees from trail Sylvester's Land, to Quartz Cr'k,4   ,*
Axe and shovel	
Labour repairing Lome Creek Trail	
Labourers repairing Lome Creek Trail	
Bolts and washers	
Removing fallen timber from main trail, 4   d  @ $5
Labour on Tooyea Bridge, 37-£   ,,     5
Grindstone, etc., for Tooyea bridge	
Labour on Tooyea Bridge, construction, 36£   ,,     5
do. do. 8£   ,,     6
do. do. 25|   „     5
do. do. 25£   ,,
do. do. 21     „     5
do. do. 20     ,,     5
do. do. 22     ,,     5
do. do. 20     ,,     5
Carried forward	
75 00
228 00
24 00
30 00
20 15
105 00
117 00
3 75
87 00
45 00
43 50
36 00
46 00
90 00
6 00
23 00
50 00
350 00
1,964 00
25 00
7 50
6 40
6 00
100 00
75 00
2 00
80 00
8 00
31 75
20 00
6 00
12 50
174 60
20 01
16 00
8 40
229 36
31 50
18 40
10 60
12 00
30 00
38 47
4 50
4 50
25 00
4 00
54 00
45 00
6 00
32 50
50 00
24 00
20 00
25 00
17 00
175 00
24 00
4 50
9 00
30 00
12 62
20 00
187 50
9 00
182 50
50 00
127 50
127 50
105 00
100 00
110 00
100 00
1,460 12 157,752 18 108
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
TO WHOM PAID,
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
Indian Billy	
George Campbell	
Indian Tomie	
Callbreath, Grant & Cook
James McClusky 	
F Mills	
Rufus Sylvester	
Archie Cameron	
C Lawrence.	
Dan McKenzie	
Pay Lists	
C W Riley	
W H Ward	
Uriah Nelson	
C P R Co	
Thos Galloway	
J T Marcell	
Douglas & Deighton .
E Derdinger	
Hudson Bay Co	
H B Dart	
Dom Gov Telegraphs
C Rodey	
Powers Bros	
H Hautier	
Wm Cargile 	
S M Nelson	
Indian Charle>	
H B Dart	
N Black	
C F Wheeler	
Pay Lists	
J McMullen	
John McKay	
S M Nelson	
James Campbell	
Wm Harkins	
J W Burr	
Ferguson & Newland;
J Lehman	
A Stevenson 	
Wm Cargile	
John Mclntyre	
Robt Jamieson	
John Jane	
A B Ferg'uson	
Cornwall Bros	
A Johnston	
John .Murray	
Peter Audap	
P Morens	
J Lehman	
II Blatchford	
Indian Jim	
John Murray	
H F Keef er	
C P Railway	
B Cumuskey	
A Buie	
L Cuverau	
C P Railway	
Pay Lists	
L Hautier	
Jno Mclntyre	
A Clemes   ...
Dom Govt Telegraph
RCPMills Co	
H F Keefer	
Hudson Bay Co	
John Murray	
Brought forward	
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS .-Continued.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued.
Vote No. 162,—Cassiar District.—Concluded.
Labour on Tooyea Bridge, 14£ days @$2.50=$36.25; hauling iron, $4.50
do. ' do. 18£    „ 2.50,    40.25; do. 7
do. do. 20£    „ 2.50,     51.25 ; do. 6.50
Powder, rope, nails, packing and storage, etc., for Tooyea Bridge	
Labour on bridge at Glenora	
Removing fallen timber, & keeping bridge on McDame C. clear of snow
Repairing bridge on McDame Creek Trail, 1 day	
Labour & inspecting Cassiar Trails, 7§ months, $978.30; travel, ex., $50
Removing fallen timber on Thibert Creek Trail, 6 days @ $5	
do. do. Laketon Trail, 2     ,,        5	
Vote No.   163.—Main   Trunk Road (including Thompson
River Bridge).
Superintendent Black.
Hay	
Hoi-se feed	
Grain and spikes	
Lumber	
Wheelbarrow	
Hay.
10 months (it $150 = Sl,500; labourers, $2,600.;
Horse collars and blankets	
Shoeing horse	
Oil, paint brush, nails, etc	
Pasturing teamj S4S ; hay, S80 ; shovel, SI.50	
Telegram	
Shoeing horses	
Oats and rope	
Hauli ng lumber	
Horse feed	
do	
Taking care of Government horses, $4A- days (a? SI.50 ; packing, $5.38.
Man and team repairing bridge at China Bluff	
Paid to labourer Howison, short paid on pay list	
Sundry repairs, S6.50 ; grain, and freight on   do.,   $40	
Section 2.
Supt. Stevenson, 10 months @ $150 = $1,500; labourers $2,467.44 .
Construction of Thompson River bridge, per contract	
Hay, pasturage, etc	
Horse feed 	
do :..-	
Hay and grain	
Repairing harness, collar, etc	
Keep of horse    	
Painting and repairing buggy, for use of superintendent	
Horse hire, 6 months @ S10	
Hay, grain, and keep of horse ,	
Rope, lumber, shovels, nails, etc	
Barley 	
Rope, etc	
Hay, grain and keep of horse	
Keep of horse	
Repairing road tools 	
Barley
Keep of horse	
Hay	
Shoeing horses, etc	
do. 	
Packing-	
Powder, caps and fuse	
| doz. shovels	
Sundry fares and telegrams for Supt. Stevenson	
Reparing road tools j..
Care of horse in absence of Supt. Stevenson	
Postage stamps and horse liniment 	
Freight from New Westminster on material for Nicola Bridge $1,294.9£
road material, $35.75	
Carpenters and labourers on Nicola Bridge	
Team hire, do. 	
Spikes, paint, etc., for do. 	
Keep of horse, do. 	
Telegrams, do. 	
Lumber for do. 	
Shovels, oil, nails, etc., do. 	
Paint, do. 	
Paint, oil, barley, etc., do. 	
Carried forward.
1,209 23
40 75
53 25
57 75
46 25
4 00
43 00
6 00
1,028 30
30 00
10 00
4,160 39
10 00
3 00
19 96
146 50
2 00
3 61
10 50
9 00
16 08
129 50
83
4 00
51 09
1 50
2 00
6 00
12 13
5 00
3 61
40 52
3,967 44
17,053 10
275 50
25 75
10 50
13 00
13 38
3 00
29 25
60 00
18 30
118 94
3 82
3 75
21 30
2 75
74 25
24 34
11 74
13 89
5 50
4 25
2 00
28 65
7 50
87 37
54 50
16 0C
4 00
1,330 70
791 74
12 0C
27 56
38 0C
13 04
627 6C
21 45
15 0C
22 54
1,209 23    30,096 62  160,531
157,752 18 50 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
109
TO WHOM PAID,
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
$   cts.
H J Wetmore	
D W Gillies	
Barnes & Evans	
James Stewart	
A Clemes	
Postmaster, Spen's Bridge
John Murray	
H Blackford	
Indian Jack	
A W Sypott	
W Blackie	
Trapp Bros	
Thos Owens	
John Cragie	
H J Wetmore	
Albion Iron Works Co
Ed Foster	
Str Princess Louise ..,
Pay Lists	
Brought forward	
XII.-PUBLIC WORKS .-Continued
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Continued
Vote No. 163.—Main Trunk Road  (including Thompson
River Bridge).—Continued.
Loading lumber at Hammond for Nicola Bridge	
Painting and lettering sign-boards for sundry bridges	
Horse feed	
do	
do	
Stamps for Supt. Stevenson	
Lumber	
Repairing tools, horse shoeing, etc	
Moving road camp	
Spikes, bolts, washers, etc •■:	
Two augers	
Two blocks  	
Cross-cut saw	
Horse keep	
Loading lumber from scows and cars, 52,307 feet @ $1.50 $ M...
Iron supplied for Nicola River bridge	
Fare and freight on tools, New Westminster to Spence's Bridge.
Fare of Supt. Stevenson, Hammond to Victoria and return	
Carpenters and labourers on Thompson River bridge	
Pay Lists	
J C Marlin	
H Marlin	
A McGuire	
Jas Wallace	
Thos Burton	
H Gould	
Henry Yeates    —
Indian Chas Stumminick
James Halliday	
W Short	
R A Collins	
Joseph Ehalt	
Ed Humphrey	
F C Clark	
R McLeese	
Vieth, Borland & Co	
Thos M Hamilton	
Geo Johnston	
J W Burr	
Isaac Saul	
P C Dunlevy	
Wm Packett	
Wm Boyd	
G H Mitchell	
F W Foater	
W M Brown	
Jos Wright	
D Murphy	
M McCarty	
Wm Morrison	
Thos McDougali	
Chas Stumminick	
B C Express Co	
Jas Robertson	
Uriah Nelson & Co	
Marshall & Smith	
Wm Boyd	
E Dougherty	
James Campbell	
C N McMillan & Co	
John McLeod	
Jos Hetherington	
Michael Gillon	
Henry Gillotte	
R McLeese.	
S H Bohannan	
J Croyle	
McLellan & Co	
Jacob Mundorf	
EBell &Co	
J Lehman	
Sections 3 and 4.
Supt. Robertson, 7 months @ $130 = $910; labourers $3,695.20	
Labour 13 days @ $3
do 13       „       3
do  6       „       3
do 10       „       3
do.    .? 16       „       3.<
do.    bridge at Clinton Creek  3£     ,,       3
Superintending work on Soda Creek Hill  7       ,,
Labour on do.   2£     ,,
do. Clinton Hill  8
do  7       ,,
Man and team 3 days @ $6; labour 11£ days @ $3; moving camp !
Wintering 3 horses	
Labour on Soda Creek Hill,    6£ days
Lumber for bridge    	
Hay, grain, and keep of horse	
Road tools, hay and grain	
Keep of horse	
Repairing road tools	
Harness ,
3
2.50
Horse for road work	
Repairing road tools	
Hay and grain	
do	
Making culvert	
Spikes	
Labour with team at new bridge.
Hay and grain	
Grain	
Hay.
1,209 23
Hay and grain	
Grain	
Labour	
Hauling plank for Cache Creek bridge ...
Horse hire	
Horse blanket, axe, rope, hay, grain, etc.
Horse hire and keep	
Horse feed	
do.     and repairing culverts	
do	
Sundry tools	
Horse feed	
Barley	
3 tons hay	
Labour, 6| days @ $3	
Board and horse keep for J. St. Laurent .
do. do.
Repairing cart harness	
Carts, kettles, picks, etc	
Lumber	
Shovels, axes, picks, drilling, etc	
3 picks   	
Carried forward \    1,209 23
30,096 62 160,531 60
2 00
19 50
2 50
2 50
23 00
8 00
15 00
77 00
12 00
37 43
2 50
6 60
3 00
5 00
78 56
925 88
18 00
7 50
338 25
605 20
39 00
39 00
18 00
30 00
54 40
10 50
21 00
6 25
24 00
21 00
57 60
106 50
19 50
7 44
29 73
227 27
12 94
87 00
40 00
200 00
8 50
1 00
1 00
6 00
2 25
8 00
8 00
9 00
2 00
49 50
17 50
6 00
5 00
62 67
59 12
41 00
18 00
6 55
1 00
23 25
1 5C
20 0C
75 00
20 25
15 0C
5 0C
1 OC
350 6C
26 07
157 04
7 00
38,341 67 160,631 60 110
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOE WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
$   cts.
S   cts
1,209 23
38,341 67
1,800 00
261 75
315 75
290 25
280 50
33 00
11 25
265 50
255 00
260 25
483 00
355 60
335 25
339 75
79 50
102 75
81 00
73 50
87 00
299 25
459 75
452 25
1,024 35
1,807 20
1,284 02
17 55
26 44
11 50
69 87
4 00
9 40
160,531 60
Jos St Laurent	
XH.-PTIBirC WORKS.-CoKMm.Med.
Eoads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Concluded.
Vote No.  163.—Main Trunk Road (including Thompson
Jiiver Bridge.—Concluded.
SECTIONS 6 AND 6.
Salary as Sup't., from 1st July, 1885, to 30th.June, 1886, @ $150 per mo.
Section 5, on account of Contract No. 32, Certificate 36, &349, @ 75 %
do.                                      do.                       do.          37,   421,    do.
do.                                      do.                       do.          38,   387,    do.
do.                                      do.                       do.          39,   374,    do.
do.                                      do.                       do.          40,     44,    do.
do.                                      do.                       do.          41,     15,    do.
do.                                      do.                       do.          42,   354,    do.
do.                                      do.                       do.          43,    340,    do.
do.                                      do.                       do.          44,   347,    do.
Section 6, on account of Contract No. 33, Certificate 46,   644,    do.
do.                                      do.                       do.          47,   474,    do.
do.                                      do.                       do.          48,   447,    do.
do.                                      do.                       do.          49,   463,    do.
do.                                      do.                       do.          50,    106,    do.
do.                                      do.                       do.          51,   137,    do.
do.                                      do.                       do.          52,   108,    do.
do.                                      do.                       do.          53,     98,    do.
do.                                   . do.                       do.          54,    116,    do.
do.                                      do.                       do.          55,   399,    do.
do.                                      do.                       do.          66,   613,    do.
do.                                      do.                       do.          57,   003,    do.
Do            	
Do            	
Do	
Do.            	
Do             	
Do                  	
Do             	
Do            	
Do.           	
Do.           	
Do.           	
Do            	
Do.
Do
Do.            	
Do             	
Do.            	
Do.              	
Do	
Balance on Sections 5 and 6, Contracts 32 and 33, to end of 4th year,
Nicola Section.
Hay    .                                                  	
Vote No. 164. —TAllooet Ferry (subsidy).
Vote No. 165.—Soda Creek Ferry.
49,516 75
Edward Humphreys	
Vote No. 165a.—Colonization Jtoads.
6 00
4 08
260 00
6 00
470 00
40 00
1,350 00
700 00
280 00
12 00
225 00
76 00
62 50
49 00
4 00
30 00
12 00
12 00
5 00
2 50
25 00
200 00
7 55
4 76
295 00
5 00
Frank McQuillon	
G D Clark        	
Surveyor Priest 8245, axeman -S225, surveying for road to Alberni	
John McLay	
Assisting- to lay out road, Alberni to Englishman's River, 25 davs @ $3
do.                              do.                       do.         25     ,,      2.50
JC Mollet	
Marking route'of sundry trails in Alberni,                       12 days @ $2.50
Surveying for road from Boak's,                                      6      ,,      2
do.                    do.                                               6      „      2
Horse hire for Gov't. Agent, inspecting trail from Wellington to Na-
W L LeBallister	
G F Drabble	
Surveying road from W. boundary to Beech's claim,             5 days @ $5
W Beech	
Provisions for party                  do.                                do.             	
J C Mollet	
Construction of trail from Lawson road to Beaver Creek, per contract .
2 days @ $2.50, inspecting                   do.                               do.
Vote No. 166.—Surveys throughout the Province.
Surveying south boundary Esquimalt & Nanaimo Railway Lands	
Disbursement for supplies, paid for moving camp, etc., do.
4,132 39
233 00
11 00
Wm Ralph	
215,130 74
do	
1,209 23
1        244 00 50 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
Ill
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICED
Arrears.
cts.
$   cts.
S   cts.
1,209 23
244 00
39 19
94 50
94 60
94 50
55 30
105 00
77 38
60 47
19 75
8 00
100 00
22 00
24 76
24 75
4 00
130 00
62 60
62 50
50 85
6 00
48 00
40 50
40 00
127 00
10 00
9 00
10 00
10 00
200 00
50 25
15 00
7 50
7 60
4 00
8 50
2 00
1 00
2 00
1 50
9 00
93 75
315 00
100 00
49 25
4 00
2 00
5 50
21 33
420 82
55 04
40 00
34 66
15 00
41 00
45 41
161 29
16 87
15 86
487 00
32 00
5 50
11 50
5 50
25 22
4 00
44 13
17 00
9 60
12 50
29 50
10 00
60 00
15 00
4 00
8 50
7 50
20 00
215,130 74
Chas McHardy	
XII.-PUBLIC VfOKKS.-Continned.
Vote No. 166.—Surveys throughout the Province.—
.    Concluded.
Axeman, 27 days @ $45 ¥ month, survey of south boundary, Island R'y
Axeman, 2 1/10 months @ $45 <$ month,                          do.
do.                            do.                                          do.
do.                            do.                                          do.
Axeman, 1 month and 7 days (fi $45 $ m.,                       do
Chainman, 2 1/10 mouths @ $50 ¥ m.,                              do.
Sundry provisions for Ralph and party,                           do.
do.                stage fares, etc., Ralph & party,        do.
do.                team hire, etc.,                                     do.
Donald McDonald	
J & J Flett	
W R Lewis	
Labour on survey, reserve at English Bay,                       8 days @ $2.75
do.                             do.                                           9       „       2.75
do.                           do.                                        9      „      2.75
R P Nelson	
G W Campbell	
Surveying for road from Alberni to Qualicum,                26 days @ $5
Labour on survey,           do.                  do.                        26       ,,       2.50
do.                     do.                 do.                       26      „      2.50
AL Smith ,	
David Little	
Barclay Sound Trading Co
C P N Co	
Passage, F.G.Richards, Jr.,Vic. to N.W. & return, making plan Vancouver
Allowance for 12 days expenses at New W. preparing plan of Vancouver
Assisting F. G. Richards, at New Westminster,       do.       9 ds. (00 $4.50
Survey, extension of line of Quadra St. from Topaze Ave. to Swan Lake
Survey of township line,Chilliwhack, and of exterior lines Lot 461 Group 1
Labour as chainman, survey of Lot 461, Group 1,            4 days @ $2.50
do.                                     do.                              3      ,,      3
Labour as axeman,                          do.                                 4       ,,       2.50
do.                                       do.                                4       „       2.50
Surveying routes for waggon r. at Deep C. & Salmon R., includ. map, etc.
do.     line from lots 302 to 192, 5 days @ .$7, meals, fare, etc., $15.25
Labour as chainman on survey near False Creek,                  5 d. @ $3
do.         axemen,         do.                         do.                         3   ,,     2.50
do.             do.            do.                       do.                       3   ,,     2.50
F G Richards, Jr	
A C Odenburg   	
Harris & Hargreaves	
Woods, Turner & Gamble
R H Lee	
Woods, Turner & Gamble
T Archibald	
Thomas McNeely	
C Friend	
Conveying S. P. Tuck, Ladner's to Lome estate, $1, board, $7.50	
Str Belle ,	
S P Tuck	
Fares,meals & bed, do.     Victoria to Ladner's and Granville to Victoria
Inspecting work on Lome estate, New Westminster District, 13 days @
Do	
Salary as surveyor of English Bay, 28th April to SOth June, @ $150 "$ m.
Surveying Government reserve at Otter Flat, including assistance, etc.
PMcQuade&Son	
C P N Co	
S Greer	
Canoe hire and conveying provisions from Vancouver to survey camp..
Labour on                English Bay survey, 16 davs @ $40 V month	
T R Figg	
P Gannon 	
N L McColl	
do.                               do.            26 days in June @ $40 Im...
E S Scoullar & Co	
Beef,                   ■                      do.
W B Townsend	
Meat and vegetables,               do.             & sundry stage of Surv. Turner
Surveying English Bay, 2 m. and 18 d. @ $180 ¥ in., $468 ; expenses $19
Expenses incurred while making surveys in N. W. district	
Woods, Turner & Gamble
Do.
Meals for G. Turner at Vancouver, sundry times, re English Bay survey
Stationery for do.              do.                                                       do.
Fish supplied English Bay survey party, $4; conveying telegram, $1.60
S T Tilley	
James Cunning-ham & Co
C G Major	
CPNCo	
Fare, etc., of G. Turner, New7 Westminster and Vancouver to Victoria
Stewart & Forbes	
Str Gladys	
Iron, stakes, pins and repairs to tripod, re English Bay survey ...   .
R Muir	
E Mohun	
3 axemen 3 days $22.50, board for W. Ralph, survey, roads at Sooke, $7
W Ralph	
Surveying & making plan of roads in Sooke District, 8 d. @ $7, exp., $4
Locating line between Isom's' and Benton's claims at Oyster Harbour..
Conveying G. Turner, surveyor, Cheam to Johnston's Landing	
Labour with boat, New Westminster District, road survey, $5 ; freight
E Priest	
Woods, Turner & Gamble
Convey. G. Turner & Supt. Sprott to Clover Val. & ret., sur. N.W. Dist.
Inspecting site of proposed bridge at Clover Valley, & report, on same
4,227 92
1,209 23
4,227 92 112
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886
TO whom paid.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
Pay List	
Str R Dunsmuir
A Tranfield	
Hirst Bros 	
James Brady
Amos Bowman.
' Colonist"	
'Evening Post"	
' Columbian "	
' Inland Sentinel"...
' Free Press "	
' Mainland Guardian "
' Vancouver Herald " .
Munroe Miller	
Chas Gabriel & Co	
M W Waitt &Co	
T N Hibben & Co	
Chas Morton	
J B Ferguson & Co	
BCSta& Printing Co.
R T Williams	
S H Shepler & Co	
Wm Newbury	
S A Rogers	
M W Waitt & Co	
A G Johnston	
F W Foster	
AW Sullivan	
TR Pearson & Co	
ZedS Hall	
Duncan Stewart	
A R Johnston & Co ...
J A Mara	
W H Eastwood	
E Pimbury & Co	
Costerton & Hanington
U Nelson & Co	
Coursel & Johnston ...
Blair & Allan	
T W Byster	
John Murray	
D B Grant	
Mason & Daly	
RE Smith	
T A W Gordon	
W H Lilly	
R Lang & Son	
H P Dart	
Callbreath, Grant & Cook
T N Hibben & & Co..
S T Tilley	
Hudson Bay Co	
B C Express Co	
"Columbian "	
J P Planta	
Brought forward	
XII.-PUBLIC •WORKS.-Continued.
Vote No. 167.—Exploratory Surveys.
Foreman and axemen exploring route for Alberni-Qualicum Road..,
Fare, meals, etc., Foreman Love, Nanaimo to Qualicum	
Horse hire packing camp and outfit for party locating Alberni Road.
Provisions, etc., do. do.
Vote No. 168.—Geological Survey.
Report on mineral resources of Kootenay	
Geological survey, Cariboo, one-half cost (balance paid by Dom. Gov't.)
Postmaster, Victoria ...
Do.
Do.
Wells, Fargo & Co	
B C Express Co	
Postmaster, Barkervilie.
do.       Kamloops ..
do.       Yale	
do.       Nanaimo ...
do.       Clinton	
do.       New West..
do.       Granville ...
XIII.-MISCELLANEOUS.
Vote No. 169.—Advertising.
Advertising sundry notices.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do.. do.
do. do.
do. do.
Vote No. 170.—Stationery.
Ruling, binding, and perforating" sundry books, etc	
500 sheets of Japanese parchment paper for Land Office
Stationery for all Departments	
do do. 	
do. do. 	
do. do. 	
do. do. 	
Crown grant files and rubber stamps	
Rubber stamps	
3 doz. straps for filing documents, Supreme Court	
Stationery for Richfield Office .
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Kamloops Office	
Yale Office	
Lillooet and Clinton Offices	
Granville Office   	
New Westminster Office	
do. 	
Farwell Office	
J. P. Planta, Stipendiary Magistrate.
Priest's Valley and Kamloops Offices.
do. 	
Nanaimo Office	
Okanagan Office	
Lillooet and Clinton Offices	
Granite Creek Office	
do. 	
do. 	
Spence's Bridge Office	
Port Moody Gaol	
Richfield Office	
Kamloops Office	
Farwell Office    	
Donald and Golden City Offices	
do. do. 	
Laketon Office	
Spence's Bridge Office	
Vancouver Gaol	
Quesnelle Office	
Paid for repairing rubber stamps for Kamloops Office.
Blank books	
Map of Cowichan District	
do.
Vote No. 171.—Postage.
Postage for Government Offices, Victoria	
do. Immigration Office	
Rent of 8 draw7ers and 6 boxes, 3 months to 30th June, 1886.
Express charges on letters and packages	
do. do.       to and from sundry offices	
Postage stamps for Government Office, Richfield	
do. do. Kamloops	
do do. Yale	
do. do. Nanaimo	
do. do. Clinton	
do. do. New Westminster...
do. do. Granville	
Carried forward.
144 00
3 75
7 50
32 42
300 00
2,401 23
1,390 60
698 32
494 01
178 96
190 50
2 50
135 60
920 45
40 00
488 20
736 39
211 89
278 19
7 00
93 75
17 30
9 00
12 00
10 76
7 10
8 50
1 00
256 67
5 40
1 00
60
73 26
1 60
101 97
1 00
1 60
19 12
3 16
1 00
7 88
1 00
3 25
1 50
17 50
25 65
2 20
1 50
3 00
6 52
4 40
1 00
3 50
7 50
I 00
866 77
166 06
23 00
44 05
276 02
45 00
66 50
36 00
130 00
80 00
71 95
1 26
1,806 60
187 67
2,701 23
7,116 82
3,090 49
3,394 98
6,485 47 50 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1.886.
113
Postmaster, Quesnelle...
do.       Farwell 	
do.        Quamiehan ..
do.       Lytton	
do,       Spence's B'ge
do.       Priest's Valley
do.       Lillooet	
do.       Donald	
TR Pearson & Co	
D Stuart	
T N Hibben & Co	
TR Pearson & Co......
David Griffith	
Blair & Allan	
J W Holmes	
J Huntley    	
Callbreath, Grant & Cook
J Merrifield	
Geo A Pritehett	
Indian Joe	
Wm Doull	
Wm Atkinson 	
Jas Porter	
W McClure	
J A S A Schubert	
H McGregor	
Fred Littler	
R Stevenson	
E Bray	
J McDonnell	
Henry Brown	
Alex McBryan	
J Maynard	
Baptiste Morigeau	
Alt' McNeill	
Hugh Monroe	
Indian Adrian	
N S Campbell	
Jeremiah Taylor	
Jno Stoddart	
Thos Jones	
Indian Andrew	
Do.   Simms	
Do.   John :... .
Robt Hall	
Jas Brearton	
Thos Wright	
TAW Gordon	
Steamer Kootenav . ■ .
C P Railway	
Alex McDonnell	
J McDonald	
Geo Dester	
Jno Clapperton	
Indian Dick	
Allan Graham	
Wood & Rabbitt	
Brought forward.
XIIi.-MJSOELLANEOTJS.-Continued,
Vote No.  171.—Postage.    Concluded.
Postage stamps for Government Office, Quesnelle.
do.
do.
do.
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Fanvell.
Cowichan	
Lytton	
Spence's Bridge	
Okanagan 	
Lillooet	
Donald	
New Westminster office ,
Farwell	
Victoria	
Granville	
Wild Horse Creek	
Granite Creek	
do	
Granville	
Express charges on packages to Cassiar
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
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Dominion Gv't Telegraph
C P R Telegraph Co	
Croft & Angus	
R Knapp 	
J Leveau 	
W T Drake	
A F Derraugh ...
R Lang & Son ...
Indian Billy	
F W Foster	
Chas Kirkat	
Wood & Rabbitt .
W H Ward	
George Stirling ..
Hudson Bay Co..
Jas Phillips	
E L Weeks & Co .
Laketon to Wrangle.
Glenora        do	
Kootenay	
Kicking Horse to Wild Horse	
Wild Horse to Golden City	
from Cassiar	
do. 	
on parcels	
Lillooet office	
Barkervilie to Keithley	
Hope to Granite Creek	
Kootenay	
Nicola to Granite Creek	
Laketon to McDame Creek, Cassiar	
Kamloops to Farwell	
on sundry parcels	
Special messenger, Donald to Lower Kootenay	
Conveying mail from Spallumcheen to Priest's Valley	
do.       packages from Princeton to Granite Creek	
Special messenger from Wild Horse to Kicking Horse, Kootenay ..
Conve}ing letters, Glenora to Wrangle	
do. Farwell to Kamloops	
do. Columbia Lakes to Donald	
do. Donald to Wild Horse and return	
Messeng-er to Fish Lakes	
Conveying letters from Wild Horse to Irving's 	
do. do. Lower Columbia Lakes	
do. Donald to Farwell	
do. do. Wild Hore and return	
Express charges on packages, Wild Horse Creek to Golden City ...
do. do.       from Farwell	
do. do. Spokane Falls to Farwell	
Expressage on packages, Victoria to Golden City	
Special messenger to Scotch Creek	
For mail service between Granite City, Nicola Valley, and Coutlie's
Freight on packages for Government Office, Granite Creek	
Postage, Nicola office	
Special messenger to English Bay	
Paid Indian messengers to and from Aberdeen S2.50 ; stamps Si...
Express charges at Spallumcheen	
Vote No. 172.—Telegrams.
Telegrams for all departments .
do.                  do.
Paid for telegram	
Vote No. 178.—Fuel and Light.
12 cords of wood, Kamloops office	
Sharpening saw	
Coal for Yale office	
Lamp wicks for office at Spence's Bridge	
Coal oil and candles for office at Golden City	
Wood for office at Clinton	
Coal oil, do. 	
Wood for Court House at Farwell 	
Candles for Spallumcheen office	
Hauling 3 tons of coal, Yale office	
3 cords of wood, do. 	
Coal and coal oil for Magistrate's office at Port Simpson.
Wood for office at Spallumcheen	
Lamp and coal oil for office at Kootenay Lake	
Carried forward.
1,209 23      1,806 60      6,485 4
5 00
4 00
26 25
1 50
53 00
38 49
25 00
16 00
154 50
4 50
15 00
3 75
17 42
1 25.
6 00
25
26 50
2 00
1 00
3 00
10 00
30 00
2 50
50
1 50
1 76
6 50
1 50
16 00
1 00
3 00
8 00
28 00
20 00
4 00
5 00
20 00
1 00
3 00
5 00
86 00
1 00
1 00
6 00
4 60
26 00
15 00
2 50
1 00
6 85
1 50
16 75
6 50
20 00
1 00
3 60
2 76
2,621 21
1,866 48
240 77
1 16
2,108 41
48 00
50
39 00
1 00
2 90
12 00
12 00
9 37
3 00
2 00
13 50
31 48
63 26
9 75
237 75
11,115 09 114
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
8   cts.
8   cts.
8   cts.
Brough t forward
XIII— MISCELLANEOUS.-Co»fiir»«f.
Vote No. 173.—Fuel a"d light.—Concluded.
Indian Jimmy	
Victoria Gas Co	
J Engelhardt	
Martin Martin	
H Elliott   	
Hudson Bay Co	
Indian Billy	
Costerton & Hannington
Fell&Co	
Jos Clearihue	
H F Keef er	
Indian Tommy	
Elias Budwig'	
A W Smith	
J B Lovell  	
Indian Charley	
D S Curtis & Co 	
C W Riley	
C G Major	
John Braden	
Blair & Allan	
A Gorley	
W French	
John Murray	
Jimmy Leon	
Horner & Wintrip	
James Phillips	
Walter Gardner	
RGoldie	
W R Megaw	
Indian Louis	
Callbreath, Grant & Cook
W McKenzie & Co	
J A Mara	
Dawson Bros	
Wells, Fargo & Co	
"Mainland Guardian" ...
Lewis Hall	
F L Tuokfleld	
M Miller	
FL Tuokfleld	
Jos E Lemieux	
T N Hibben & Co	
Harrison & Sons	
B C Printing & Sta Co ..
A L Bancroft & Co	
Collector of Customs.   .
Gilbert, Noble &Co....
R T Williams	
Carswell & Co	
Sumner, Whitney & Co.
Stevens & Sons	
M W Waitt & Co	
TK Hibben & Co	
E M Johnston	
7 cords wood, office at Laketon	
Gas supplied Victoria offices	
Coal and wood for Victoria offices 	
Cutting wood, Government Office, Priest's Valley..   	
Coal for Government Office, New Westminster	
6 cords of wood for Kamloops Office	
Hauling' wood for Clinton Court House and offices	
Coal oil, candles, etc., for Government Offices, Okanagan .
Candles and matches for Supreme Court, Victoria	
Coal oil for Government Offices, Laketon
F Greer	
Thos Kinlock ...
A Freres 	
Indian Jim	
John Gilchrist .,
Wm Penhale	
M Poletti	
Jas Kelly	
L McAllister
D Ward	
Indian Charley.
B W Rede	
A Massera	
Geo Sully 	
Indian Joe
Michael Cusick .
etc.,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Okanagan 	
Lillooet	
do	
do	
Yale	
do	
Spence's Bridge.   .
Yale	
New Westminster.
Victoria 	
Granite Creek
do	
do	
Spence's Bridge...
Yale	
Richfield,
Priest's V alley
Farwell,
do.
do.
Wood.
do.
Coal oil
do.
Wood,
Lamp,
Wood,
Coal oil,
Alcohol for g-as meters.
Candles, etc,
Wood,
6 cords wood.
Coal oil, candies, wood, do.
2 cords wood, do.
Cutting wood, do.
do. do.
Wood, do.
do. Court House,
Lantern and lamp chimney...
Wood for Government Office, Laketon, 4 cords (ft 84.50
Wood, coal oil, candles, etc., do. do.
Coal oil, do. Donald ..
do.     candles, etc., do. Kamloops
25 days @ 83
2 cords @ 84
10       „        3.75
Vote No. 174.—Library, Legislative and Departmental.
3 copies Bourinot's Parliamentary Practice, @ $6	
Express charges on books	
Subscription, 1 year	
do.       to Colonist, 2 copies, 1 year	
do.       to Standard, do. 	
Binding 28 vols, (razette and 25 vols. Provincial papers, &c.
6 copies Parliamentary Directory	
1 copy Debates of House of Commons	
Magistrate's Manual and Navy List	
6 copies Colonial Office List	
Life of Queen Victoria	
Bancroft's History of Pacific Coast	
Vote No. 175.—Library, Attorney-General's Department.
Duty on law books	
Sundry law books   	
Binding sundry reports and books	
Theobold on Wills	
Kent's Comments, Hale's Pleas, and Jacob's Digest	
Sundry law books  	
Ontario Reports 815, Appeal Reports 810	
Subscription to Law Reports 830.30, Cox's Criminal Reports 848.50
Pollock & Nicholls' County Court Rules	
Vote No. 176— Refunds.
Refund of Provincial Revenue Tax, (under age)...
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
(paid twice),
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Carried forward.
1,209 28
237 75
31 50
346 45
689 00
17 60
159 50
24 00
33 25
16 50
6 00
30 00
26 00
3 50
8 00
5 00
36 00
7 00
3 50
8 00
9 00
21 25
17 25
12 75
30 00
27 50
8 00
76 00
12 00
8 00
37 50
2 37
18 00
57 87
3 00
22 96
11,115 09
	
2,050 90
IS 00
18 00
14 65
5 00
26 00
26 00
186 50
12 00
10 00
8 75
7 50
13 50
44 00
.
	
371 90
4 50
43 10
111 50
7 20
34 00
38 80
5 00
25 00
84 80
9 00
357 9
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 0C
3 OC
3 0C
3 00
3 0C
3 0C
3 0C
3 0C
3 0C
3 OC
3 0C
3 0C
3 00
1,232 23
1    48 00
13,895 79 50 Via.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to -SOth June, 1886.
115
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
cts*
8   cts.
8   cts.
1,232 23
1
48 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
5 00
820 00
26 00
25 00
3 00
10 50
485 00
00 00
37 50
12 50
12 50
25 00
12 50
35 16
6 00
13 00
4 47
8 50
12 50
12 50
12 50
25 00
50 00
12 50
12 50
26 00
25 00
25 00
25 00
25 00
5 00
40 00
115 26
10 00
8 20-
5 00
2 00
200 00
10 00
25 00
13,895 79
Xni.-Ml^Cm^A.SF.OVH.-Continued.
Vote NO.  176.—Refunds.— Concluded.
Joseph Spratt	
do.                     do.                      do	
Refund of purchase money, S. \ Sec. 31, Township No. G, Osoyoos,
A W Labach	
F S Barnard	
1) W Gillies	
Do	
Croft & Angus	
T N Hibben	
Moietv of fine imposed on McOuire, supplying liquor to Indians.  .....
Moiety of fine imposed on M. Purcell,                  do.                      	
Refund for 7 copies Statutes B. C. (returned to Printing Office)...   ....
Refund of liquor licence at Port Simpson (licence rescinded)	
Moietv of fine imposed on W. Rogers, supplying liquor to Indians	
Moiet\ of fine imposed on Indian in possession of an intoxicant	
do.                             do.                                             do	
do.                             do.                                             do.        	
do.                             do.                                             do.        	
J W Bun-	
W HChristopher	
do.      Free Miners' Certificates (two issues for same vear)	
Jas V KnoufT	
do.      taxes overpaid on Kamloops Assessment Roll, 1885	
do.      taxes paid twice,                  do.                         do.        	
Do.           	
John McKay	
Indian Chodkooquas	
Do.   William	
John McKav	
Do	
do.                                do.    Charley, supplying liquor to Indians,
do.                              J. Garcia,                                     do.
do.                              Indian Charlie, in possession of intoxicant..
do.                                do.    Jimmy,                        do.
do.                             J. J. Smith, supplying liquor to Indians....
do.                              A B. Roberts,                          do.               	
do.                              Indians Johnny h Arthur,      do.               ....
do.                              W. Wilkie,                               do.               	
do.                              F. Eva,                                     do.               	
Refund of Provincial Revenue Tax, accounted for but not collected ...
Do.         	
Indian Chief Peter	
J P Bowell	
W J Harris	
do.      pur. money & Cr. grant fee, Lot 283, G. 1, N.W. Dis. (twice pd.)
H B Eovcraft	
W C Hargraves	
do.              do.         of reimbursements for keep of naval prisoners
do.     purchase money of land on Kootenay River, Certificate 789..
do.      survey fee on land in Cedar District ordered to be resurveyed
do.     tax sale purchase on \ Sec. 1G, T. 8 (sold in error)	
Vote No. 177.—Premium on Guarantee Bonds.
T W Pickard	
1,865 57
207 00
A W Vowell	
Vote No. 178.—Allowance to Officer at Kootenay, for Cleaning Office, Horse Hire, etc.
Allowance for messenger, cleaning office, etc., 12 mos. to 30th June, '86
Vote No. 179.—Fire Department, Victoria.
Portion of grant in aid (paid to date of City taking charge of Departm't)
Vote No. 180.—Fire Department, Nanaimo.
200 00
500 00
500 00
W McColl 	
Vote No. 181 .—Fire Department, New Westminster.
600 00
Vote No. 182.—Fire Department, Barkervilie.
500 00
Carried forward	
1,232 23
18,168 36 116
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
§   cts.
$   cts.
W A Johnston.
M W T Drake.
J T Mcllmovl, Treasurer
H Fry, Do.
G R Ashwell Do.
Vic & Esq Telephone Co
N W & P M Tel Co 	
Do. 	
J Kirkland (President)
W A Robertson
W Downie	
Jaa Morrisey...
Louis Stark....
R T Carwithen.
W Goddell	
Ed Robinson ...
E J Wilson ....
Ed Posthill	
G Pears	
R Smith	
A Tranfield....
A J Kirkpatrick
L R Pearse	
Fredk Gillard. .
Walter Watt....
Joseph Poerie ..
J Merritt	
T Bell	
Jos Baptiate ...
J Lehman	
Chas Hay ward.
J P Burgess ...
Hon A F Pemberton .
A S Farwell	
C Bloom, per J Howard.
S Hanrihan do
A Hammond       do
Jas Miller	
M Reidl, per F Reidl
J Mortimer	
J Holman, per A C Muir
F Elliott do
P O'Rourke do
Jas Roberts	
Jerry Sullivan	
John Walsh	
John Sullivan 	
Wm McGuire	
Brought forward ,
XIII.-MISCEIJiANEOUS.-t'ow*m«^/.
Vote No. 183.—Fire Department, Quesnelle.
Grant in aid .	
Vote No. 18fi.—Reporting Judges' Decisions.
For Law Society, in aid of reports	
Vote No. 187.—Agricultural Societies.
Grant in aid of Saanich Agricultural Society	
do. Cowichan do. 	
do. Chilliwhack do.  	
Vote No. 188.—Telephone Services.
Rent of telephone, Victoria Offices, 12 months to 30th June, 1886...
do. do. Gaol, Hospital and Asylum	
Sundry messages to and from Port Moody	
Vote No.  189.—British Columbia Agricultural Association,
in Aid of Provincial Exhibition.
Grant in aid	
Vote 190.—In Aid of Prospecting and Explorations.
Exploring on <^ueen Charlotte Islands and preparing report on same .
do. North-West Coast and reporting on same	
Prospecting near Government Road, Selkirk Range    	
Vote No. 191.—Destruction of Wolves and Panthers in Set
tied Districts Throughout the Province.
Bounty on 2 heads, Nanaimo District	
do. 1 ,,       Comox District	
do. 1 ,,       Sooke District	
do. 1 ,,       Okanagan Mission	
do. 1 ,,       at Spallumcheen	
do. 3 ,,       at Okanagan	
do. 2 ,,       at Metchosin 	
do. 1 ,,       at Englishman's River	
do. 2 ,,       at Englishman's River	
do. 3 ,,       at Grand Prairie	
do* 2 „                do.           	
do. 1 „        at Priest's Valley	
do. 6 ,,       at Alberni	
do. 1 ,,        at Sooke	
do. 1 ,,      at Cherry Creek	
do. 1 ,,        at Nanaimo	
do. 1 ,,       at Sooke	
do. 2 ,,       New Westminster District	
Vote No. 192.—Transport and Accommodation of Geological
Collection.
Cabinet for specimens at Victoria High School	
4 cases for minerals	
Vote No. 193.—Compensation to the Hon. A. F. Pemberton
on Retiring from Office of Coroner.
Compensation as above	
Vote No. 194.—In Liquidation of Claims for Wages against
F. B. McNamee & Co. by former Employes on the
Esquimalt Graving Dock.
Amount awarded by Commissioner appointed to adjust claims	
do. do. do. 	
do. do. do	
do. do. do. 	
do. do. do	
do. do. do. 	
do. do. do	
do. do. do. 	
do. do. do. 	
do. do. do. 	
do. do. do. 	
do. do. do. 	
do. do. do	
do. do. do. 	
do. do. do. 	
Carried forward  •	
166 68
166 66
166 66
336 00
144 00
8 25
325 00
100 00
30 00
5 00
2 50
2 50
2 60
2 60
7 50
5 00
2 50
5 00
7 50
5 00
2 50
15 00
2 50
2 50
2 60
2 60
5 00
67 50
176 00
837 00
14 80
11 24
6 05
3 25
39 18
10 00
8 00
13 47
13 00
15 90
73 50
15 62
20 04
44 30
1,125 I 50 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
117
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT SERViCE.
Arrears.
$   cts.
t   cts.
$   cts.
1,232 23
1 60
4 00
6 00
8 60
10 00
1,126 35
10 29
17 37
56 92
23 04
22 91
231 60
132 00
107 60
8 40
6 25
23 40
4 60
24 78
16 60
13 90
12 20
42 40
24 80
14 60
28 00
110 00
15 25
69 45
494 48
45 99
27 87
13 56
16 43
185 45
453 58
249 75
428 00
81 81
130 00
97 25
15 70
18 00
828 50
71 73
23 72
187 75
69 90
48 31
2 60
16 80
200 00
21,586 11
Jos Lavender	
Turner Townsend	
W Williams,per J Bechtel
J Ohta                  do
P McKay             do
T Stocker            do
XIII.-MISCELLANEOUS.-Contimtted.
Vote No. 194.—Claims against McNamee & Co.—Concluded.
Amount awarded by Commissioner appointed to adjust claims	
do.                                do.                                        do.          	
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do.                                do.                                       do.          	
J Toland, per W Selleck
J Burke                  do
T Baratt            .   do
J H Miles              do
Wm Miller            do
J Daley                  do
S Helim                do
W Borroughs        do
L L Lowe               do
H J Dunn	
Frank Reidl	
Walter Clarke 	
S Altamat, per W K Bull
W Keohan, perW Thistle
Geo Stelly	
J Merony, per M Walsh .
M Walsh	
J Dunnahue, per FCarne
T Phamphlet	
T Andrew, per G Bossi..
A Lewis              do.
Kenneth McKay	
Vote No. 195.—Miscellaneous.
6,797 49
2 00
6 00
2 50
80 50
5 00
16 00
5 25
2 00
19 50
3 00
I 50
252 00
4 00
8 00
3 00
35 00
6 00
9 50
8 50
40 00
100 00
50 00
70 00
3 25
3 25
50 00
10 00
3 25
Interment of body and searching for Indian, re supposed murder	
Paid Indian for services on trip to Cattle Camp and return to Lome C.
do.                do.       rendered at Lome Creek,protecting town fm.fire
W & J Wilson	
Times Publishing Co	
T N Hibben & Co	
Edward King	
" Inland Sentinel"	
Wm F McCulloch.
2 copies, one for Provincial Secretary and one for Supt. of Education..
Passage, meals and bed to and from New Westminster, selecting assay
W C Davis	
Mclntyre & Lewis	
G Williams	
WmBennet, C E	
Gratuity on retirement from Government Printing Office (1 mo. salary)
Services in consultation with Attorney-General on defence of petition
Allowance in lieu of 1 month's salary as teacher Girls' School, Nanaimo,
FLTuckfield	
10 copies Canadian Statutes for use of Court at Nanaimo	
1,262 23
798 00
27,882 60 118
Public Accounts,  1st July, 188"5, to 80th June, 1886
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
S   cts.
cts.
¥    cts.
Brought forward.
XIII.-mSCEI&ANEOUS.'— Continued.
Vote No. 195.—Miscellaneous.—Concluded.
Henry J Morgan.
G B Gordon	
Chas Kerr	
Indian Charlie...
E G Prior	
Geo MacKay	
Henry Smilow  ..
M Fletcher	
Hudson Bay Co. .
Chas Havward.
CPN Co	
Robt Hall	
Geo Morison	
Bank of B C	
Do	
Lewis Hall	
A Vipond	
F LTuckfield	
W F Tolmie	
H Smilow	
A Holmes	
Langlev & Co	
D Griffith 	
Indian Pierre	
Fell & Co	
TN Hibben & Co ....
J P Davies & Co .....
W Archer	
J L Gagnon	
G B Wright	
John Jolly	
R Jones   	
Victoria Water Works
M WT Drake	
Tompkins Brew	
Str Barbara Boscowitz .
R Hunt	
D McBeath	
F W Foster	
H McGregor	
B C Express Co	
Nicholas Hanlon..   ....
R Maynard	
C Hay ward	
J Cunningham ...: ....
Bard & Hutton	
J Cunningham	
Jas Armstrong	
James Quigg	
R T Williams	
Times Publishing Co...
T Davie	
John Jessop	
Mann & Heron	
"Evening- Post"	
Rand Bros	
J P Davies & Co	
Mclntyre & Lewis	
Vancouver Herald	
Jno McLean	
Mason & Daly 	
Neil Black..'.	
Callbreath, Grant & Cook
Indian Dick	
J G Clapperton	
B F Boyce	
T Matthews	
Cunningham & Cameron
S Pearce	
Jas Johnston	
WR Austin	
J Cunningham & Co .
WL Flood	
Amede Heberte	
10 copies Dominion Annual Register and Review	
Clark's Criminal Law for use of Court at Farwell	
Tape-line, scissors, etc., office at Golden City.	
Making coffin and interring body of man found drowned at Yale	
Tape-line for Gold Commissioner at Lome Creek, S5.50, rope, $1.60....
Compensation for improvements made on N. W. \, Sec. 15., N. W.Dist,
Removing debris from Government Grounds, Victoria	
Oil for vault locks	
Fee and charges in connection with execution of conveyance of Section
31, Victoria District for school site	
Interment of 2 bodies and expenses '	
Passage and meals of T. Brew from Granville to Victoria, re trespassers
timber lands	
Bringing body of J. Hamilton from Departure Bay to Wellington	
Soap, disinfectants, etc., offices, Victoria ...   	
Exchange on sundry drafts	
Discount, Eastern Dominion Bank notes  	
Subscription to " Colonist"	
Repairing tape line, and key	
Subscription to"" Standard," 9 months	
do. '' Indian,'" 3 copies, 1 year @ SI.50	
Cleaning latrines, Government Buildings, Victoria	
Washing towels for Victoria Offices, 12 months	
Soap, do. 	
2 brand irons for Government horses at Kootenay	
Bringing body of man found drowned, Ohamon to Hope, burial & exp ..
Soap and matches	
Samples of school books for Colonial Exhibition, London	
1,000 maps of Vancouver	
Hire of waggon for conveying safe to Government Office, Golden City..
Services, collecting samples of wheat for Colonial Exhibition, London .
Expen. of interment of body of W. Leonard, found dead on Eagle P. R.
Paid for deed of school site, Prairie	
Services rendered opening safe, Treasury Department	
Water for Government Building's, 12 months to 30th June	
Allowance for travelling expenses to London on appeal to Privy Council.
re Liquor License Act    	
Services watching trespassers on timber lands near Johnson Straits ...
Passage of T. Brew to Alert Bay, re trespassers on timber lands	
Supplies for do. do. do. do	
Subscription towards digging public well, Granite Creek	
Sacks for samples of grain to Colonial Exhibition, London	
Freight on do. Lillooet to Clinton	
do. do. Lac La Hache to Clinton   	
do. do. Alkali Lake to       do	
Photographing Victoria. N West. & Nanaimo Schools for Col. Exhibition
Preparing samples of Provincial lumber, for testing strength	
Digging grave for body of P. McDonald, at Granite Creek	
Furnishing coffin, do. do. 	
Digging grave for R. Purden, at Granite Creek	
Assisting to recover and bury body of man found in Columbia River.
Coffin for "do. do.
Mounting 4 maps	
Subscription to " Daily Times," 2 copies, 1 year	
Paid at Ottawa for print, factum of B. C. Gov't, in Precious Metal Case
Prepar. historical sketch of public education in B. C. for Col. Exhibition
2 leather despatch cases, and repairs	
Subscription to " Evening Post," 2 copies, 1 year	
800 maps of New Westminster District	
1,000 copies of English Bay maps, for Land Office	
Professional services at Ottawa, re Precious Metals Case   	
Subscription for 4 copies, 1 year	
Funeral expenses of Wright	
Coffin and   do. W. O. Jones	
do. do. W. L. Alexander	
Padlock and axe for Government Office, Laketon	
Cleaning Lillooet Court House	
Travelling expenses settling land disputes, Douglas Lake, 817.50 ; and
right of way at Indian Reserve, Savona, 89,40	
Burying body of Chinaman on Hope-Granite Creek Trail	
Making coffin for interment of Prudhomme	
Assisting to put out bush fires near Granite City	
Collecting mining statistics on Granite Creek	
Burying horse on New Westminster and Granville Road	
Removing ashes, New Westminster offices	
Valise for use of C. Hughes, Registrar on Circuit	
Coffin for body of Murray, drowned in Skagit River	
Digging grave and assisting at burial of Murray, drowned in Skagit R.
Carned forward.
798 00    27.382 60
1,280 48
SO 00
5 00
7 50
20 00
7 10
40 00
4 50
50
7 65
67,50
5 00
4 00
24 25
56 90
56 70
26 00
2 00
9 75
4 50
12 00
39 00
5 00
9 00
39 25
6 00
78 65
35 00
1 50
3 00
35 00
6 00
10 00
180 00
691 00
252 00
10 00
33 80
5 00
1 12
2 50
1 OO
3 00
65 0C
9 0C
5 00
25 0C
5 00
6 00
4 OO
3 00
26 75
20 00
20 00
18 25
24 00
200 00
150 00
102 22
8 00
30 00
20 00
23 00
5 50
2 00
26 90
6 00
26 00
4 00
15 00
3 00
2 00
3 00
36 00
6 00
30,916 04 50 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
119
TO WHOM PAID.
FOR WHAT SERVICE.
Arrears.
8   cts.!
$   cts.
R G Tatlow 	
Wm M Hal penny .
Do.
D H McNeill	
Do	
John Sprott	
Do	
W P Say ward	
Do	
Str Amelia	
CP NCo	
Str R Dunsmuir ..
Str Teazer	
R Watkins	
John Cunningham
J S DeKnevett	
L Samuels	
Wm McDowell	
" Colonist"	
W DPurdy	
Globe Printing Co	
Geo Faulkner, Toronto..
S Franc'o Journal of Com
H C Beeton (London)....
J A Fitzgerald	
S A Rowbotham, Win'peg
T Mowatt	
W J Graham	
;Co.
Brought forward	
Xni.—mSCELLANEOUS.—Concluded.
Vote No. 196.—Immigration.
Rent of building for immigrants at Victoria to 21st June, '86,12 m. @ $25
Salary as immigrant guide on Vancouver Island, to 30th June, 12 m. @$50
Incidental expenses incurred on sundry trips	
Salary as immigrant guide on Vancouver Island, to 30th June, 12m. @ 850
Incidental expenses incurred on sundry trips	
Salary as immigration agent at New West, to 30th June,'86,12 m. @$100
Paid for cleaning Immigrants' House at New Westminster	
Passage of W. M. Halpenny on steamer Hope from Barclay Sound....
Provisions for        do.     	
Sundry passages, meals, etc., for W. M, Halpenny	
do. do. 	
do. do. and D. H. McNeill..
Meals for D. H. McNeill, Nanaimo to Victoria and return 	
Board and lodging for D. H. McNeill at Nanaimo, 5 days	
Lock, etc, and repairs to immigration grounds at New Westminster..
Allowance for office contingencies in Paris, to 30th June, 1880, 12 mos
5,000 copies of the '' West Shore "	
Drayage and wharfage on    do	
1,000 copies of issue on 1st January, 1886	
Sundry repairs to immigiation grounds, New Westminster	
Advertising agency B. C	
Allowance for office contingencies, to 30th June, 1886, 12 months	
1,000 copies of B. C. edition	
Allowance for office contingencies to 30th June, 1886, 12 months	
Salary as immigrant guide in Comox district, June	
Allowance for office contingencies, to 30th June, 1886, 12 months	
Paid canoe hire for agent of Newfoundland fishing party to English Bay
Labour cleaning and repairing immigrant building & grounds, N. West.
1,280 48
30,916 04
300 00
600 00
42 49
600 00
130 87
1,200 00
1 50
7 50
*
20 80
15 50
7 00
19 50
2 00
9 50
5 24
250 00
1,000 00
2 85
50 00
4 00
24 86
100 00
100 00
250 00
50 00
100 00
5 00
14 25
4,912 86
35,828 90
Audit Office,
■15th December, 1886.
J. McB. SMITH,
Auditor. 50 Vic. Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
121
APPROPRIATION   AND   EXPENDITURE
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED 30th JUNE, 1886.
STATEMENT of Appropriation and Expenditure from 1st July, 1885, to 30th
June, 1886, showing also the sums unexpended and over-expended.
No
of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Total
Appropriation
Total
Expenditure.
Unexpended
Over-
expended.
1
I.—Public Debt.
$48,550 00
20,593 00
200 00
600 00
849,137 41
20,645 72
150 00
489 01
8587 41
2
3
50 00
10 99
4
II.—Civil Government (Salaries).
69,843 00
70,422 14
60 99
640 13
5
1,600 00
13,790 00
8,280 00
9,400 00
5,040 00
8,655 00
1,450 00
375 00
9,400 00
1,920 00
3,000 00
1,500 00
14,088 38
7,770 00
9,360 00
5,040 00
8,269 92
1,450 00
375 00
9,399 96
1,920 00
3,998 58
6
7
510 00
40 00
8
9
10
385 08
11
12
18
04
14
15
III.—Administration of Justice (Salaries).
62,810 00
63,171 84
935 12
1,296 96
16
2,700 00
2,000 00
960 00
9,648 00
840 00
8,932 00
2,520 00
9,160 00
5,604 00
6,790 00
2,280 00
3,920 00
1,980 00
6,660 00
2,040 00
720 00
3,180 00
1,500 00
1,600 00
2,700 00
2,000 00
960 00
10,175 50
840 00
8,631 96
2,130 00
8,579 97
5,603 96
6,200 00
2,280 00
3,235 83
1,980 00
6,576 00
2,040 00
600 00
2,950 00
1,500 00
1,954 30
17
Sheriffs            	
18
19
20
21
300 04
390 00
580 08
04
590 00
22
23
24
25   "-
26
27
684 17
28
29
84 00
30
31
120 00
230 00
82
33
Do.           Vancouver Island (Stipendiary Magistrate) ..
83A
IV.—Legislation.
73,034 00
70,937 52
2,978 28
881 80
84
10,000 00
3,100 00
60 00
500 00
450 00
1,000 oo
10,000 00
2,736 00
5 00
35
364 00
45 00
500 00
6 00
36
37
88
444 00
1,267 79
39
267 79
V.—Public Institutions (Maintenance).
15,100 00
14,452 79
915 00
267 79
40
7,250 00
6,950 00
400 00
7,366 50
6,433 76
390 84
116 50
41
516 24
9 16
41a
14,600 00
14,191 10
625 40
116 60 122
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
No
of
Vote.
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
50A
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
64
65
70
71
72
78
74
75
76
77
78
79
83
84
85
86
87
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
SERVICE.
VI.—Hospitals and Charities.
Hospital, Victoria	
Do.       New Westminster	
Do.       Cariboo	
Do.       Nanaimo	
Do.       Kamloops	
Do.       Allowance, Cassiar	
In aid of destitute poor and sick	
In aid of Resident Physician, Clinton	
Convalescent Home, Victoria.	
In aid of British Columbia Benevolent Society ..
VII.—Administration7 of Justice (other than Salaries.)
Summoning7 and Paying Jurors and Witnesses	
Prosecution and Interpreters	
Expenses of Inquests	
Criminal Punishments	
Rewards	
Keep of Prisoners	
Rents	
Special Constables	
Transport of Constables and Prisoners	
Miscellaneous	
VIII.—Education7.
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	
IX.—Transport.
Freight on Remittances	
Travelling Expenses of Officers on duty ..
Keep of Horses 	
X.—Rent.
Government House, Victoria	
XL—Revenue Services.
Commission, Courts of Appeal, Travelling Exps., Miscellaneous
XII.—Public Works.
Works and Buildings.
Repairs to Government Buildings and Fences, Victoria 	
Do. do. New Westminster
Do. do. Nanaimo	
Do. do. Yale District .
Do. do. Lillooet	
Repairs to Asylum for the Insane, New Westminster	
Repairs to Victoria Gaol	
Gaol at Victoria (construction)	
Do.    New Westminster (completion)	
Do.    Nanaimo (fencing, etc.)	
Government Buildings, Okanagan (office and dwelling for Agent)
Lock-up, Eagle Pass	
Government Buildings, Kootenay (construction)	
Do. Forks of Quesnelle (completion)	
Lock-up at Quesnelle	
Repairs to Hospital, Barkervilie 	
Furniture for Government Offices throughout the Province .
Improvement of Government Reserves	
Hospital at Kamloops (in aid of construction)	
Court House,   do	
Insurance of Government Buildings       	
Public School, Victoria (repairs)	
Do. do.    (furniture)	
Carried forward.
Total
Appropriation
?6,000 00
4,500 00
4,000 00
2,500 00
2,500 00
250 00
750 00
750 00
1,000 00
250 00
Total
Expenditure.
21,500 00
17,000 00
2,500 00
1,000 00
400 00
1,000 00
18,000 00
650 00
8,000 00
10,000 00
3,500 00
62,050 00
3,280 00
15,964 85
5,550 00
2,920 00
6,765 00
10,615 00
2,720 00
4,970 00
15,990 00
10,565 00
2,280 00
3,360 00
84,979 85
500 00
3,700 00
200 00
7,500 00
1,000 00
100 00
600 00
200 00
200 00
1,000 00
500 00
40,000 00
13,050 00
1,200 00
2,500 00
500 00
3,500 00
750 00
200 00
750 00
2,000 00
400 00
2,000 00
5,000 00
3,000 00
500 00
100 00
79,060 00
«5,000 00
4,500 00
4,000 00
2,500 00
1,000 00
423 00
750 00
1,000 00
250 00
18,211 70
1,574 00
1,150 83
98 87
840 00
23,677 56
917 00
7,932 73
9,810 14
9,228 87
Unexpended
72,941 70
3,357 45
15,967 77
5,493 64
2,»83 50
6,565 00
9,361 84
2,145 67
4,997 58
14,229 25
9,320 58
1,880 38
3,325 00
79,527 56
554 94
3,929 94
83 00
9,706 06
1,034 48
94 74
600 00
77 80
196 62
362 28
478 65
35,005 60
13,069 15
1,064 59
2,306 40
252 03
2,040 40
749 60
196 18
2,190 06
406 31
2,000 00
4,400 00
2,455 87
447 87
100 00
69,529 53
1,500 00
250 00
327 00
Over-
expended.
2,077 00
301 13
660 00
67 27
189 86
56 46
36 50
200 00
1,253 16
574 33
1,760 75
1,244 42
399 62
35 00
5,560 24
122 20
3 38
637 72
21 35
4,994 40
135 41
193 60
247 97
1,459 60
60
3 82
750 00
600 00
644 13
62 13
9,771 47
5,677 56
267 00
5,728 87
18,035 •
77 45
2 92
107 95
54 94
229 94
2,206 05
19 16
190 06
6 31 50 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
123
No.
of
Vote.
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
136a
136B
136c
136D
136e
136p
I860
136H
I36i
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
146
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
Brought forward    	
XII.—Public Works.—Continued.
Works and Buildings.—Continued.
Public School, Victoria (construction and furniture)	
Do. Nanaimo do. 	
Do. Quamichan do. 	
Do. Port Moody do. 	
Do. Prairie do. 	
Do. Hall's Prairie do. 	
Do. Somenos do. 	
Do. Cadboro do. 	
Do. North Chemainus       do. 	
Do. Courtenay do. 	
Do. St. Mary's Mission       do. 	
Do. Stave River do. 	
Do. Harrison River do. 	
Do. New Westminster       do.                    fencing,etc.)j
Do.7 Centreville (repairs, well, etc.)	
Do. Chilliwhack (fencing, etc.)	
Do. Cheam	
Do. Colw-ood (well, clearing, etc.)	
Do. North Gabriola (repairs, fence, etc.)	
Do. Shawnigan	
Do. Yale (fence, wood-shed, etc.)	
Do. Langley (furniture, etc.)	
Do. North Cedar (wood-shed, etc.)	
Do. Wellington (repairs, etc.)	
Do. Mud Bay (dyking, etc.)	
Do. Barkervilie (furniture, etc.)	
Do. Clover Valley (fencing, etc.)	
Do. Granville (wood-shed, etc.)	
Do. Lillooet (fencing, etc.)	
Do. Lytton	
Do. Nicola Valley (repairs, etc.)	
Do. Okanagan do. 	
Do. Shuswap	
Do. North Saanich (fence, pump, etc.)	
Do. South Saanich (fence, painting, etc.)	
Do. Sumas (furniture, repairs, etc.)	
Do. Nicola (construction)	
Do. Beaver Point, Salt Spring Island	
Do. Metchosin (repairs) 	
Do. Williams Lake (construction)	
Do. Burton's Prairie (dyking well)	
Do. Departure Bay (construction)	
Lock-up at Granite Creek	
Court House, Lock-up, and Office at Farwell	
Lock-ups, Cowichan District ;	
Government House, Victoria.
Repairs to Buildings	
Furniture	
Fencing	
Water	
Fuel and Light	
Improving Grounds	
Gardener 	
Miscellaneous	
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.
Victoria District	
Victoria-Esquimalt Districts (construction of bridge, Point Ellice))
Esquimalt District	
Cowichan District	
Victoria and Nanaimo Trunk Road	
Salt Spring Island, and Islands at Plumper Pass	
Wharf at Plumper Pass	
Nanaimo District	
Comox District	
New Westminster District	
Municipalities in New Westminster District	
Cowichan Municipality	
Trunk Road, New Westminster to Yale	
Yale District	
Lillooet District	
Cariboo District	
Kootenay District   	
Cassiar District	
Main Trunk Road (including Thompson River Bridge)	
Lillooet Ferry (subsidy)   	
Carried forward.
Total
Appropriation
879,050 00
6,200 00
3,650 00
600 00
598 84
675 00
648 18
586 00
623 90
642 00
500 00
500 00
789 00
500 00
405 54
100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
50 00
40 00
100 00
100 00
50 00
50 00
25 00
75 00
50 00
60 00
126 25
300 00
50 00
89 87
76 00
500 00
300 00
25 00
500 00
20 00
675 00
682 70
870 00
600 00
102,082 28
300 00
500 00
240 00
800 00
800 00
200 00
600 00
100 00
3,540 00
10,800 00
12,472 00
7,800 00
10,500 00
4,150 00
1,500 00
1,158 00
9,000 00
3,500 00
25,000 00
6,000 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
24,500 00
20,000 Oo
12,600 00
6,515 00
2,000 00
52,000 00
750 00
Total
Expenditure.
212,145 00
869,529 53
6,239 52
3,651 37
629 50
598 84
660 59
648 18
614 80
623 90
642 00
500 00
5 18
789 00
405 54
93 92
100 00
100 00
100 00
99 00
100 53
50 00
39 00
100 00
100 00
49 00
50 00
74 !
126 25
210 00
41 24
89 87
75 00
82 50
300 00
25 00
500 00
20 00
652 75
689 95
1,168 67
667 25
91,247 86
296 44
484 64
235 41
768 97
824 60
214 14
600 00
72 75
10,798 98
12,474 50
7,795 14
10,309 53
4,123 96
1,555 81
1,160 80
9,010 40
3,748 48
25,073 80
6,000 00
1,000 00
999 62
24,714 86
19,906 99
12,484 02
6,605 29
2,779 42
49,516 75
750 00
Unexpended
9,771 47
Over-
expended.
8250 00
8 41
494 82
'56606'
'608'
1 00
100 00
1 00
25 00
02
50 00
60 00
90 00
8 76
11,557 31
3 56
15 36
4 59
31 03
27 25
81 79
4 86
190 47
26 04
7 20
39 52
1 37
29 60
28 80
7 25
298 67
67 25
24 60
14 14
210,798 35
10 40
248 48
73 80
38
214 86
93 01
15 98
2,483 25
779 42
2,822 21
1,475 66 124
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
No.
of
Vote.
165
165a
166
167
168
170
171
172
173
174
176
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
SERVICE.
Brought forward	
XII.—Public Works.—Concluded.
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.—Concluded.
Soda Creek Ferry	
Colonization Roads, Vancouver Island.
Surveys
Throughout the Province	
Exploratory Surveys	
Geological Surveys	
XIII.—Miscellaneous.
Advertising	
Stationery ,	
Postage    	
Telegrams	
Fuel and Light	
Library, Legislative and Departmental	
Library, Attorney-General's Department	
Refunds	
Premium on Guarantee Bonds	
Allowance to Officer at Kootenay (cleaning office, horse hire, &c.)
Fire Department, Victoria	
Do. Nanaimo	
Do. New Westminster	
Do. Barkervilie	
Do. Quesnelle	
Do. Yale 	
Do. Kamloops, in aid of purchasing Engine	
Reporting Judges' decisions	
Agricultural Societies	
Telephone Service	
B. C. Agricultural Association., in aid of a Provincial Exhibition
In aid of prospecting and explorations	
Destruction of Wolves and Panthers in settled Districts	
Transport and accommodation of Geological Collection	
Gratuity to Hon. A. F. Pemberton, retiring from office of Coroner
In liquidation of claims for wages against F. B. McNamee & Co.
by former employees on the Esquimalt Graving Dock	
Miscellaneous, not detailed	
Immigration	
Total
Appropriation
8212,146 00
200 00
4,000 00
216,345 00
810,000 00
2,50o 00
2,600 00
15,000 00
2,500 00
3,000 00
2,000 00
1,600 00
2,500 00
350 00
600 00
2,000 00
500 00
200 00
1,500 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
250 00
250 00
750 00
150 00
500 00
490 00
1,000 00
4,500 00
100 00
250 00
250 00
6,800 00
3,000 00
5,100 00
40,640 00
Total
Expenditure.
8210,798 35
200 00
4,132 39
215,130 74
4,227 92
187 67
2,701 28
7,116 82
3,090 49
3,394 98
2,521 21
2,108 41
2,050 90
371 90
357 90
1,865 57
207 00
200 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
250 00
160 00
500 00
488 25
1,000 00
455 00
80 00
243 50
250 00
5,797 49
3,533 44
4,912 86
Unexpended
82,822 21
2,822 21
6,772 08
2,312 33
449 10
142 10
134 48
293 00
250 00
750 00
4,045 00
20 00
6 50
2 51
187 ii'
Over-
expended.
1,476 56
132
39
1,607 95
201
23
201
23
590 49
394 98
521 21
508 41
21 90
Audit Office,
15th December, 1886.
J. McB. SMITH.
Auditor. 50 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885  to 80th June, 1886.
125
UNPROVIDED   ITEMS.
IN EXPENDITURE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED SOth JUNE, 1886.
STATEMENT of Services whose Expenditures have exceeded their appropriation, from 1st
July, 1885, to 30th June, 1880, and for which over-expenditure the sanction of Parliament
is required.
SERVICE.
1.—Public Debt.
Interest	
Sinking- Fund ,
-Civil Government (Salaries).
Provincial Secretary and Minister of Mines.
Temporary Departmental Assistance	
-Administration of Justice (Salaries).
Police and Gaols, Victoria	
do. Similkameen	
IV.—Legislation.
Journals and Statutes Binding .
V.—Public Institutions (Maintenance).
Printing' Office	
VII.-
- Administration of Justice (other than Salaries).
Summoning and paying Jurors and Witnesses	
Expenses of Inquests   	
Keep of Prisoners	
Rents	
Miscellaneous    	
VIII.-
-Education.
Education Office	
Victoria City District	
New Westminster City District.
-Transport.
Freight on remittances	
Travelling expenses of Officers on duty .
XL—Revenue Service.
Commission, Courts of Appeal, Travelling Expenses, Miscellaneous, etc ,
XII,—Public Works (Works and Buildings).
Repairs to Government Buildings and Fences, Victoria	
Gaol at New Westminster (completion)	
Furniture for Government Offices throughout the Province.
Improvement of Government Reserves	
Public School, Victoria, (construction and furniture)	
do. Nanaimo, do. do	
do. Quamichan,       do. do	
do. Somenos, do. do	
do. Yale (fences, wood-shed, etc.)	
Lockup at Granite Creek	
do.     Court-house and Office at Farwell	
do.     Cowichan District  .....
Carried forward.
AMOUNT.
8587 41
62 72
298 38
998 58
527 50
354 30
1,211 70
150 83
5,677 56
267 00
5,728 87
77
46
2 92
27
58
54 94
229
94
34 48
19 15
190 06
6 31
39 52
1 37
29 50
28 80
53
7 25
298 67
67 25
TOTAL.
1,296 96
881 80
267 79
116 60
107 96
284 88
2,206 06
722 89
19,560 91 126
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886.
SERVICE.
Brought forward.
Government House, Victoria.
Fuel and light	
Improving' grounds	
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.
Victoria and Esquimalt Districts (construction of bridge at Point Ellice).
Salt Spring Island, and Islands at Plumper Pass	
Nanaimo District	
Comox
New Westminster
Yale
Kootenay
Cassiar
Colonization Road
do.
do.
do
do.
do.
Surveys.
Geological Surveys
-Miscellaneous.
Advertising	
Stationery	
Postage	
Telegrams	
Library Legislation and Departmental.
Miscellaneous not detailed	
824 60
14 14
2 50
55 81
10 40
248 48
73 80
214 80
90 29
779 42
132 39
590 49
394 98
521 21
508 41
21 90
633 44
38 74
1,607 95
201  23
823,979 26
Audit Office,
15th December, 1886.
J. MOB. SMITH,
A uditor. 50 Vic.
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to :10th June, 1886.
i27
LAPSED BALANCES OF APPROPRIATIONS
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED 30th JUNE, 1886.
 O	
STATEMENT of Balances of Appropriations at the credit of the following services, for the
Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1886, which lapsed by authority of Act 48 Vic, chap. 24
and Act 49 Vic, chap. 21.
SERVICE.
-Public Debt.
Premium and Exchange   ..
Discount and Commission
-Civil Government (Salaries).
Treasury Department	
Lands and Works Department .
Land Registry Office	
'Asylum for the Insane	
-Administration of Justice (Salaries).
Police and Gaols, New Westminster	
Do.     X"   New Westminster District.
Do. f< Kootenay	
Dp/ Cariboo	
Do. Cassiar	
/"Do. Kamloops 	
Do. Nanaimo	
f     Do. Comox	
Do. Lillooet     ..
IV>—Legislation.
Mileage	
Registration of Voters	
Expenses of Elections  	
Contingent Fund, Telegrams, &c.
V.—Public Institutions (Maintenance).
Asylum for the Insane, New Westminster.
Assay Office	
VI.
-Hospitals and Charities.
Hospital at Kamloops	
Do.       Allowance at Cassiar	
In aid of Destitute Poor and Sick .
VII.^-Administration op Justice (other than Salaries).
Prosecution and Interpreters  '...
Criminal Punishments	
Rewards	
Special Constables	
Transport of Constables and Prisoners.	
V111.—Education .
Victoria District	
Esquimalt District	
Cowichan District	
Nanaimo District	
Comox District	
New Westminster District	
Hope-Yale District	
Lillooet District	
Cariboo District	
-Transport.
Keep of Horses.
Carried forward .
50 00
10 99
510 00
40 00
385 08
04
300 04
390 00
580 03
04
590 00
684 17
84 00
120 00
230 00
364 00
45 00
500 00
6
00
516 24
9 16
1,500 00
250 00
327 00
926 00
301 13
660 00
67 27
189 86
56 46
36 50
200 00
1,263 16
574 33
1,760 75
1,244 42
399 62
35 00
2,978 28
2,077 00
2,144 !
5,660 24
117 00
15,313 29 128
Public Accounts, 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886
SERVICE.
Brought forward.
XII.—Public Works.
Works and Buildings.
Repairs to Government Buildings and Fences, New Westminster .
Do. do. Yale District 	
Do. do. Lillooet District.. .
Do. Asylum for the Insane, New Westminster	
Do. "Victoria Gaol	
Gaol at Victoria (construction)	
Gaol at Nanaimo (fencing7, etc)    	
Government Buildings, Okanagan (Office and Dwelling- for Agent).
Lock-up at Eagle Pass   	
Government Building's, Kootenay (construction)	
Do. Forks of Quesnelle (completion)	
Lock-up at Quesnelle	
Repairs to Hospital, Barkervilie	
Court House at Kamloops	
Insurance of Government Buildings	
Public Schools, Victoria (Repairs) .
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Prairie (construction and furniture)	
St. Mary's Mission (construction and furniture) .
Harrison Do.
Centreville (repairs, well, etc) 	
North Gabriola (repairs, fence, etc)	
Shawnigan	
North Cedar (wood shed, etc) .'	
Barkervilie (furniture, etc)	
Granville (woodshed, etc)	
Lillooet (fencing, etc)	
Lytton	
Nicola Valley (repairs, etc)	
Shuswap	
North Saanich (fence, pump, etc)	
Departure Bay (construction)   	
Nicola	
Government House,  Victoria
Repairs to Building-	
Furniture	
Fencing	
Water	
Miscellaneous	
Roads, Streets, Bridges and Wharves.
Victoria District	
Esquimalt District	
Cowichan.District 	
Victoria and Nanaimo Trunk Road	
Wharf at Plumper Pass	
Trunk Road, New Westminster to Yale	
Lillooet District	
Cariboo District.	
Main Trunk Road (including Thompson River Bridge) .
Surveys.
Surveys throughout the Province	
Exploratory Surveys	
XIII.-
-MlSCELLAN'EOUS.
Fuel and Light	
Library, Attorney-General's Department	
Refunds	
Premium on Guarantee Bonds 	
Fire Department, Victoria	
Do. Yale	
Do. Kamloops	
Telephone Service	
in aid of Prospecting and Explorations	
Destruction of Wolves and Panthers in Settled Districts throughout the Province	
Transport and Accommodation of Geological Collections	
In Liquidation of Claims for Wages against F B McNamee & Co by former employes on
Esquimalt Graving Dock	
Immigration	
$       5 26
122 20
3 38
637 72
21 35
4,994 40
135 41
193 60
247 97
1,459 60
50
3 82
750 00
600 00
544 18-
52 13
8 41
494 82
500 00
6 08
1 00
100 00
1 00
1 00
25 00
02
50 00
60 00
90 00
8 76
22 25
417 50
3 56
15 36
4 59
31 03
27 25
1 02
4 86
190 47
26 04
7 20
38
93 01
15 98
2,483 25
5,772 08
2,312 33
449 10
142 10
134 43
293 00
1,000 00
250 00
750 00
1 75
4,045 00
20 00
0 50
2 51
187 14
Total.
S15.313 29
11,557 31
2,822 21
7,281 53
45,140 64
Audit Office,
December 15th,
J. McB. SMITH,
A uditor.
1886. 26a
TABLE    NO. I
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, 1876, 1877, 1878,    1st January to 30th June, 1879, 1879-80 1880-81, 1881-82, 1882-83, 1883-84, 18S4-85, and  1885-86.
REVENUE.
1871.
20th July
to
31st Dec.
(six months)
1872.
1st January
TO
31st Dec.
1873.
1st January
to
31st Dec.
1874.
1st January
to
31st Dec.
1875.
1st January
to
31st Dec.
1876.
1st January
to
31st Dec.
1877.
1st January
to
SIst Dec.
1878.
1st January
to
31st Dec.
1879.
1st January
to
SOth June,
(six months)
1879-80.
1st July
to
30th June.
1880-81.
1st July
to
30th June.
1881-82.
1st July
to
30th June.
1882-83.
1st July
to
30th June.
1883-84.
1st July
to
30th June.
1884-85.
1st July
to
30th June.
1885-86.
1st  July
to
30th June.
Dominion of Canada:—
$15,500 00
17,500 00
24,000 00
60,000 00
8,863 71
2,724 00
j-        687 50
$31,000 00
36,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
4,269 22
6,079 76
2,226 68
$39,147 22
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
10,636 99
7,285 43
1,630 79
$46,977 69
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
23,617 86
5,985 49
000 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
10,749 78
5,059 41
230 75
$25,093 56
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
22.119 79
5,414 45
217 60
$25,093 56
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
40,092 66
3,982 01
939 00
$12,646 78
17,500 00
24,000 00
50,000 00
26,034 45
1,089 44
462 50
30 00
$26,086 23
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
22,032 44
3,801 00
I         628 50
(           25 56
150 00
1,263 41
9,627 50
5,413 50
25,301 10
2,811 00
59 25
701 25
414 35
899 45
909 26
107 96
530 00
32,158 47
130 90
' 2*5,518 66
11,212 58
11,470 03
1.217 85
5.218 45
1,329 23
6 88
475 29
1,894 09
4,670 63
$25,019 12
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
16,670 38
4,540 26
335 00
iso 66
667 59
8,900 00
5,348 50
26,355 00
2,623 45
11 25
865 50
01 25
2,373 01
1,380 07
151 42
745 00
40,005 04
181 93
27,240 00
12,710 80
13,708 06
1,134 85
6,491 46
146 95
5 03
306 70
1,026 10
1.870 86
2.871 95
5,092 60
90 50
1,671 11
$24,366 83
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
19.178 28
8,927 00
821 15
20 00
75 00
472 00
6,982 50
4,426 50
21,452 50
4,518 00
10 00
808 25
4,510 78
1,408 56
6,008 21
$ 24,995 66
85,000 00
4S,000 00
100,000 00
26,084 57
2,916 60
310 00
25 00
1-25 00
593 38
6,625 00
3,430 50
18,605 00
2,929 25
5 00
977 75
229 90
1,277 78
11,618 95
45 48
885 00
39,728 29
125 12
47,613 00
$  24,995 66
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
91,432 07
4,953 60
207 00
$ 29,151 06
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
174,579 41
6,341 25
180 00
$ 29,151 06
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
77,502 20
4,686 33
135 00
Rents (exclusive of Land)	
„    (Pastoral Leases)	
150 00
1,820 69
7,607 50
6,292 50
17,770 00
5,098 26
175 00
674 57
8,155 00
4,001 00
22,216 00
7,220 10
150 00
8,266 90
18,840 00
8,536 75
28,340 00
6,482 90
Free Miners' Certificates	
Mining' Receipts, General	
4,760 00
8,135 91
9,618 50
7,466 84
2,900 62
8,877 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
12,197 95
3,935 63
8,762 50
7,009 00
20,920 27
11,644 56
5,082 85
10,037 50
7,869 00
29,190 69
12,098 44
3,607 95
10,087 50
6,909 00
20,896 50
11,345 03
4,388 48
11,925 00
8,593 75
24,720 20
6,076 22
3,312 90
596 75
1,290 44
7.5S2 83
174 49
664 05
532 50
32,435 72
119 68
'21,692'25
25,389 26
12,186 80
1,255 87
9,530 93
999 10
4,625 00
2,676 50
10,387 50
856 50
120 50
240 50
287 66
269 19
146 00
70 53
290 00
8,397 45
25 74
'" 15,690'66
10,640 89
11,494 66
569 22
6,883 28
1,083 65
31 44
187 97
683 19
683 05
874 35
995 25
3,796 35
13,460 60
34 52
1,175 00
29,408 38
79 04
48,686 00
7 50
206 25
1,893 04
3,609 80
77 50
788 89
2,251 64
1,034 76
2.-590 59
214 12
179 49
1,671 69
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 56
248 73
1,047 28
13,161 04
189 49
843 19
9,760 47
131 50
Reimbursements in aid	
Miscellaneous Receipts	
Marriage Licences	
947 50
28,622 92
5,583 93
455 00
714 44
1,949 49
135 00
390 00
974 50
366 00
27,581 54
155 56
" ' 16,182 17
9,229 45
8,129 79
454 93
2,118 61
535 00
29,070 66
134 26
20,iso 66
25,060 92
12,870 45
1,460 15
7,641 20
686 00
42,000 07
130 19
28,920 00
828 00
12,244 35
12,934 23
911 78
5,604 75
6 04
7 66
392 97
1,425 28
13 50
3,066 30
5,379 19
159 00
975 29
3,720 94
12 12
81 72
158 00
67 30
■865 00
641 70
15 00
"2'62
20 90
1,180 00
22,009 50
69 34
04,029 00
1,010 00
7,251 61
53 21
65,907 00
Provincial Revenue Tax	
School Tax	
1,719 83
1,117 60
219 16
12,203 94
13,564 43
927 55
5,162 92
15,361 90
15,258 27
968 67
5.402 01
17,833 19
16,788 34
939 57
7,657 27
22,077 38
16,952 13
1,707 75
8,418 58
Personal Property Tax	
Income Tax	
950 79
'2,558 42
1,478 6i
774 92
1,360 03
24
1,694 74
2,102 98
1 22
1,672 72
2,030 20
8 33
1,408 27
3,405 50
241 38
1,236 45
527 20
2,847 80
7,582 87
2S8 60
f.7z 86
3,168 80
9,739 19
35 94
3,544 95
10,778 81
50 00
3,525 30
3,688 90
11,160 63
683 14
2,036 24
309 00
2,664 79
1,499 61
28 88
35 70
5 75
07 36
991 19
15 72
55 00
"'78'75
43 50
117 00
2,536 83
275 00
401 28
448 39
55
2 19
205 91
70 00
418 31
20 00
80 80
4,742 43
320 80
2,010 57
1,800 00
172 18
39 39
702 50
371 01
25 00
138 00
128 31
Immigration Refunds	
Interest 	
"2,914 38
" 6,891 89
"l',892'72
1,032 63
88 00
295 00
4,518 14
Victoria City Tax	
Real Estate Tax Redemption	
Revenue Service Refunds	
Road Tax  	
635 86
' " 1,188 12
239 45
8^079 9C
42 76
18,096 98
147 16
"'2S,668'78
7 23
'"l7',386'77
40 71
54 87
6,129 43
10 50
77 79
407 26
7 73
21 28
162 37
228 82
200 00
1,225 18
10 00
146 6i
201 80
93 02
19 76
13 13
462 60
448 56
15 00
"is 60
126 98
351 96
75 75
30 13
725 00
44 10
25 00
151 08
109 75
74 80
430 00
88 75
10 00
"'79'83
124 50
67 31
270 00
10 00
Assessment Act Suspense Account	
Immigration	
Guarantee Premium Refunds	
"5,666'66
"5,666'66
27 00
See below *
440 57
2,047 60
1,029 24
10 00
2,507 93
170 00
"3,698 77
130 00
'" 6,081'97
310 00
4,665 is
90 00
1,780 00
5,552 72
30 00
10 00
514,719 52
Dominion Government, advance on Graving Dock account (43 Vic, Cap. 8)
191,819 67
327,215 54
370,150 38
372,417 51
351,210 92
381,119 92
408,348 29
430,785 99
213,057 74
390,907 91
397,035 06
405,683 49
47,000 22
425,808 15
603,173 71
134,512 66
250,000 CO
600,398 61
191,819 67
27 12
327,215 64
944 92
370,150 38
9,011 70
372,417 51
5,449 99
189,150 00
351,240 92
12,507 24
68,000 00
381,119 92
6,192 48
32,850 00
80,000 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
«508 13
21 20
390,907 91
1,570 74
397,035 06
453,243 71
1,378 20
425,808 15
1,092 17
. 887,686 37
3,593 68
000,398 61
2,398 88
514,719 52
561 96
!
12,500 00
45,500 00
Dominion of Canada, 37 Vic, Chap. 17, sec. 2, Statutes of Canada, and]
339,150 00
'        '        u-   '          '
392,484 65
Totals $
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
213,587 07
397,035 06
454,621 97
439,400 32
891,279 96
602,797 49
615,281 47
EXPENDITURE.
-Public Debt:—
Interest	
Sinking- Fund " Loan Act, 1874," including7 Interest invested
Do.        (Trustees' account), "Loan Act, 1877,"	
Do. do. do.   Interest invested
Premium and Exchange    .
Discount and Commission	
V: Redemption of Debentures	
II.-
-Civil Government (Salaries)	
III.—Administration of Justice (Salaries) .
IV.—Legislation	
V,—Public Institutions (Maintenance):—
Assay Office	
Printing7 Office	
Lunatic Asylum	
VI.—Hospitals and Charities 	
VII.—Administration of Justice (other than Salaries):-
Administration of Justice	
Police and Gaols	
VIII.—Education.
IX. —Transport .
X.—Rent   	
XL—Revenue Services .
X1L—Public Works :—
Works and Buildings	
Government House, Victoria	
Roads, Streets, and Bridges	
Surveys	
Do.     Sumass Dyking- Scheme	
** Graving- Dock 	
Do. Contract No. 3 (42 Vic, c. 20)..
XIII,—Miscellaneous:—
Miscellaneous Expenditure	
Drawbacks and Refund of Duties .
Real Estate Tax Redemption	
Immigration	
Royal Commission (Texada)	
Municipalities	
t Indian Commission  	
I Kootenay Royal Commission   ...
Allowances   	
Office Contingencies 	
Pensions, Gratuities, &e  	
1871.
20th July
to
31st Dec.
(six months)
S 2,873 96
2,767 85
9,889 55
2,578 06
2,632 03
117 62
712 88
2,858 IS
21,234 70
12,676 22
412 25
1,601 66
20 00
143 65
97,691 81
Deposits repaid
Sinking Fund (Trustees' Account) Loan of 1877, Interest invested ,
Dominion Savings Bank, interest invested, Loan Act, 1874	
* Redemption.
British Columbia Loan Act, 1874 	
$ 97,691 SI
1872.
1st January
$ 8,194 89
101,935 85
14,816 10
11,719 93
4,912 40
35,266 62
25,435 78
7,164 86
1,151 50
353 24
36,732 33
186 29
18 00
2,938 16
1,890 10
886 19
485 00
432,082 71
1873.
1st January
77,281 99
11,991 66
4,iii 6i
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
6,948 92
2,032 81
300 00
372,618 64
8,299 98
1874.
1st January
31st Dec.
$     568 79
86,310 76
11,205 79
681 63
2,689 31
4,293 85
6,234 11
21,393 11
38,908 30
5,678 63
344 50
6,532 02
290,354 40
32,202 56
3,494 56
1,451 18
583,355 89
925 68
432,082 71!     380.91S 62
1876.
1st January
$ 8,853 50
1876.
1st January
$ 14,943 93
te below *
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 86
48,672 35
266,888 89
31,493 05
37,110 90
5,735 44
44 00
10,000 00
see below -
91,190 07
16,997 14
778 58
1,912 43
9,926 93
14,214 80
7,889 60
18,083 56
44,506 11
8,101 09
274 20
7,178 02
46,174 04
289,980 44
14,302 39
30,680 30
2,140 00
150 00
5,250 00
2,108 70
614,058 89  728,310 01
1,217 65    1,799 95
213,400 00
66,600 00
584,281 57;  829,276 54;  796,709 96
1877.
1st January
IT 36
375 00
93,442 16
15,671 47
531 20
1,433 63
9,357 55
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
55,806 83
2,240 00
7,756'66
685,040 34
13,298 40
1878.
1st January
$ 52,072 94
643 00
14,550 00
368 68
488 60
65,500 00
89,338 40
28,454 89
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
6,765 78
14,444 36
77,832 54
3,008 38
1,877 72
18,871 21
30,734 76
1,000 00
2,625 66
841 55
514,878 83
4,091 35
1879.
1st January
to
30th June,
(six months)
i 24,467 48
7,275 66
351 33
400 25
25,000 00
19,663 36
18,791 25
12,673 37
551 04
656 95
2,906 14
6,013 75
j-     7,438 72
22,110 70
408 62
24 26
1,301 25
4,079 09
20,227 59
320 82
529 00
4,633 27
186,715 20
1,646 50
1879-80.
1st July
to
30th June.
$48,235 00
543 00
14,560 00
see below.
832 60
842 93
20,000 00
40,948 68
44,843 04
12,990 69
754 66
672 86
6,466 72
17,853 62
37,115 53
46,761 12
3,718 28
48 50
7,499 65
8,405 89
372 79
97,697 07
131 00
1,895 36
14,018 78
446,674 99
2,501 27
54 36
!,36170j     457,144 36      379,807 93
1880-81.
1st July
$47,010 00
543 00
14,550 00
see below.
617 64
243 19
41,468 27
44,620 34
12,775 45
579 89
1,780 49
6.213 59
16,912 88
29,133 27
47,157 07
1,651 05
84 50
7,519 96
11,308 52
700 00
67,339 26
666 76
1,929 76
4,297 82
20,777 00
980 79
48 45
1881-82.
1st July
to
30th June.
$46,473 89
619 48
14,560 00
2,431 45
240 00
488 97
20,000 00
42,626 46
47,166 54
13,820 45
443 90
1,305 30
6,170 62
15,823 94
21,837 02
49,265 24
1,843 28
822 50
3,978 38
18,270
4,072
76,915
696
300
19,151
48,596
19,017 67
474,428 23
63 56
1882-83.
1st July
30th June.
i 46,946 51
594 56
14,650 00
3,047 21
173 20
483 44
5,500 00
44,088 82
46,880 49
17,882 80
559 77
1,379 46
5,862 61
17,147 25
31,046 15
60,823 62
1,679 99
773 60
8,973 70
21,313 35
7,620 48
112,258 77
956 11
"50,836 91
80,690 33
1883-84.
1st July
30th June.
S 47,584 22
724 65
14,560 00
5,900 32
180 00
513 60
12,600 00
47,322 93
48,917 80
14,313 21
496 06
1,691 64
6,587 85
17,757 58
48,562 12
58,361 23
5,510 64
48 50
4,584 51
1884-85.
1st July
$ 45,327 00
699 86
14,550 00
4,448 32
240 00
583 77
55,851 06
58,888 88
14,414 27
196 25
2,469 26
7,077 98
17,326 60
45,904 87
71,151 52
4,087 88
48 50
8,219 37
594,101 92
1,071 79
595,173 71
32,007 14 69,160 02
3,391 69 4,256 41
177,071 78 180,379 04
2,791 S3 3,317 83
364 60
1,684 87
590,631 10
655,437 86
687 29
1886-86.
1st  July
to
30th June.
-'■* Graving Dock in 1872, $3,752 19, expenses for preliminary survey, advertising-, &c, brought to account in Works and Buildings Expenditure.
Do. 1873,   2,715 36,       do. do. do. do. ($215.35) in Works and Buildings, and ($2,600) in Miscellaneous.
t Indian Commission in 1877, $11,405 77, brought to account in Miscellaneous Expenditure.
Do. 1878,     2,170 55 do. do.
Do. 1879, 650 00 do. do.
I Kootenay Royal Commission, 1879, $142 92.     do. do.
If This item ($36,375) being 4 per cent, discount on Loan of 1877 for £150,000     $29,100 00
1        ,, commission to Bank B. C. on ,,       7,275 00
$36,375 00
is charged to "Miscellaneous Expenditure" in the Ledger, but was omitted in the Account Current and Detailed Statements for 1877
as published. The amount of the Loan for 1877 is entered in the Account Current for that year as $691,125, instead of $727,500, and
" Miscellaneous Services" at $55,806.83, instead of $92,181.83, as entered in the Ledger; Discount and Commission, $36,375, having
been left out.
The following- Expenditure in connection with the Loan of 1877, is also charged to " Miscellaneous Services" of that year, as
Expenses of B. C. Loan, viz. :—
Exchange on drafts   $938 00
Payment of services, H. H. Hughes      131 25
Expenses and do.,     T. L. Stahlschmidt 2,572 43
3,641 68
Telegrams   1,001 67
$4,643 35
Alfred Flett,
Deputy Treasurer.
49,137 41
727 42
14,550 00
5,368 80
160 00
489 01
63,171 84
70,937 52
14,452 79
390 84
7,366 50
6,483 76
19,423 00
72,941 70
79,527 66
4,567 88
48 60
9,706 05
91,247 86
3,496 95
215,130 74
7,116 82
772,211 36
772,412 26
NOTK.—TABLM No. 1 terminates with the year ending
SOth June, 1886. The Statement will tie continued on TA.B1.K
No %; from 1st .July, 1886. 26b
Dr.
The Treasurer in Account Current with the Province of British Columbia.
FOR   THE   YEAR   ENDED   30TH   JUNE,   1886.
Cr.
Heads of Receipts.
Dominion of Canada:—
Yearly payment of Interest	
Do. Subsidy	
Do. Grant per capita	
Do. for Lands conveyed ...
Land Sales	
,,    Revenue ■	
Rents (exclusive of Land)	
,,    (Ferries)	
,,     (Timber Leases)	
Free Miners' Certificates	
Mining Receipts, General	
Licences	
Fines, Forfeitures, and Fees	
Assay Fees	
Sale of Government Property	
Reimbursements in aid	
Miscellaneous Receipts	
Marriage Licences	
Road Tolls	
Arrears, Real Estate Tax (1 per cent.) 1865-66 .
Provincial Revenue Tax	
Real Property Tax	
Personal Property Tax	
Income Tax	
Wild Land Tax	
Printing Office Receipts	
Supreme Court Probate Fees	
Law Stamps	
Registry Fees 	
Interest 	
Survey Fees	
Real Estate Tax Redemption	
Revenue Service (Refunds)	
Sale of Consolidated Statutes	
Road Tax (arrears)	
Interest on Investments of Sinking Fund.
Commission on Tax Sales (2£ per cent.)	
Chinese Regulation Act, 1884	
Tax Sale Deeds   	
Total Receipts of Revenue ., .
Personal Accounts.
Bank of British Columbia, Account Current	
Bank of British Columbia, Special Deposit	
Bank of British Columbia, London	
Dominion Savings Bank	
Island Railway Lands (47 Vic, chap. 14)	
British Columbia Loan Trustees	
Corporation of the City of Victoria	
Deposits (Intestate Estates, &c)	
W. A. Johnston, Contractor, Sections 5 and 6, Trunk Road	
J. Clapperton,  Collector,   Nicola	
Comox	
Cowichan 	
Skeena	
Omineca	
Similkameen	
Osoyoos-Similkameen .'.
Salt Spring- Island	
Lome Creek	
Alberni	
Mayne Island	
H. B. Roycraft, Superintendent of Police	
C. Booth,, Assessor, Victoria	
W. K. Bull, Collector, Victoria	
The Honourable the Provincial Secretary (Advance Account)	
The Honourable the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works (Advance Account) .
The Honourable the Attorney-General (Advance Account)	
J. C. Prevost, Registrar, Supreme Court (Advance Account)	
S. D. Pope, Superintendent of Education (Advance Account)	
Thos. Elwyn, Deputy Provincial Secretary :..
C. J. Leggatt, Registrar-General of Titles	
J. E. McMillan, Registrar under Marriage Ordinance 	
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works   	
J. C. Prevost, Registrar, Supreme Court	
T. McK. Lambly, late Collector, Okanagan	
Cash in hand of Deputy Treasurer on 1st July, 1885
E. Duncan,
H. Fry,
W. H. Dempster,
Geo. Kenney,
J. F. Allison,
H. Nicholson,
J. Maxwell,
J. Graham,
J. C. Mollet,
John Puetz.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
C. Warwick, Sub-Accountant, New Westminster, 1st July, 1885
J. Bowron, do. Cariboo, do.
Wm. Dodd, do. Kamloops, do.
F. Soues, do. Clinton, do.
M. Bray, do. Nanaimo, do.
J. L. Crimp, do. Cassiar, do.
W. Dewdney, do. Okanagan, do.
J. L. Crimp, Sub-Accountant, Cassiar, balance due him S6th June, 1886
Fiscal Year
1st July, 1885,
to
30th June, 1886.
$ 29,151 06
35,000 00
48,000 00
100,000 00
77,502 20
4,686 33
135 00
160 00
3,266 90
18,840 00
8,536 76
28,340 00
6,482 90
77 50
788 89
2,261 54
1,634 76
1,010 00
7,251 61
53 21
66,907 00
22,077 38
16,952 13
1,707 75
8,418 58
1,408 27
3,405 50
3,688 90
11,160 53
683 14
270 00
79 83
124 50
10 00
67 31
5,552 72
8 SS
10 00
30 00
$614,719 52
675,672
110,000
553
541
4,150
48
1,731
561
7,953
4,163
933
18,926
538
242
4,095
3,714
686
1,706
S40
145
5,680
26,552
5,010
3,784
500
8,145
6,500
350
2,464
5,810
520
49,631
4,508
100
8,820
8,179
1,758
1,374
996
701
260
437
106
80
00
16
79
50
01
50
95
30
06
46    .
50    I
00   II
50    ||
30    !
70
14
50    |
53
68    '
50
27    !
00
03
00
70
00
00
16
00
80
86
00
28
28
50
96
25
17
98
62
60
$1,483,517 29
Heads op Expenditure.
I.—Public Debt:—
Interest $ 49,137 41
Sinking- Fund (Bank of British Columbia), Loan Act, 1874 .
727 42
Do.
(Trustees' account),  Loan Act, 1877     14,550 00
Accrued Interest on Sinking Fund, invested, do.
Premium and Exchange...
Discount and Commission .
5,368 30
150 00
489 01
II.—Civil Government (Salaries)	
III.—Administration of Justice (Salaries).
IV.—Legislation	
V.—Public Institutions (maintenance):
Assay Office	
Printing Office	
Asylum for the Insane	
7,366 60
6,433 76
VI.—Hospitals and Charities	
VII.—Administration of Justice (other than Salaries) .
VIII.—Education '	
IX.—Transport	
X.— Rent	
XL—Revenue Services	
XII.—Public Works:—
Works and Buildings 	
Government House, Victoria .....
Roads, Streets, Bridges and VVharv
Surveys 	
XIII.—Miscellaneous Expenditure	
Total Expenditure
Personal Accounts.
Account Current, Bank of British Columbia.
Bank of British Columbia, Special Deposit ..
Dominion Savings Bank	
Island Railway Lands (47 Vic, Chap. 14).
The Corporation of the City of Victoria	
Deposits (Intestate Estates, &c)	
W. A. Johnston, Contractor, Sections 5 and 6, Trunk Road
J. Clapperton, Collector, Nicola.
E. Duncan,
H. Fry,
W. II. Dempster
Geo. Kennev,
J. F. Allison,
H. Nicholson,
J. Maxwell,
A. Graham,
J. C. Mollet,
John Puetz,
Comox   	
Cowichan	
Skeena	
Omineca	
Similkameen   	
Osoyoos-Similkameen	
Salt Spring Island	
Lome Creek	
Alberni	
Mayne Island	
H. B. Roycraft, Superintendent of Police, Victoria	
C. Booth, Assessor, Victoria	
W. K. Bull, Collector, Victoria	
The Hon. the Provincial Secretary (Advance Account)	
The Hon. the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works, (Advance Account).
The Hon. the Attorney-General (Advance Account) 	
J. C. Prevost, Registrar, Supreme Court (Advance Account) f	
S. D. Pope, Superintendent of Education (Advance Account)	
Thos. Elwyn, Deputy Provincial Secretary	
C. J. Leggatt, Registrar-General of Titles	
J. E. McMillan, Registrar under Marriage Ordinance 	
'The Hon. the .Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works	
J. C. Prevost, Registrar Supreme Court	
A. W Vowell, Sub-Accountant, Kootenay, on 30th June, 1885	
Cash in hands of Deputy Treasurer on SOth June, 1886 .
Fiscal Year,
1st July, 1885,
SOth June, 1886.
Do.
C. Warwick, Su
j-Acco
Do.
A. W. Vowell,
do.
Do.
J. Bowron,
do.
Do.
F. Hussev,
do.
Do.
Wm. Dodtl,
do.
Do.
G. C. Tunstall,
do.
Do.
F. Soues,
do.
Do.
M. Bray,
do.
Do.
W. Dewdney,
do.
NewJWestr., on 30
Ji June
Kootenay,
Cariboo,
do.
do.
Yale and Lytton,
Kamloops,
Kamloops,
Clinton,
do.
do.
do.
do.
Nanaimo,
do.
Okanagan
do.
70,422 14
63,171 84
70,987 62
14,462 79
14,191 10
19,423 00
72,9*1 70
79,527 56
4,667 88
48 50
9,706 05
91,247 86
3,496 96
215,130 74
7,116 82
35,828 90
$772,211 36
473,481 48
60,000 00
122 84
1,216 83
1,215 29
200 90
7,953 SO
5,000 70
942 46
13,923 73
538 00
242 50
4,095 30
3,911 90
685 14
1,834 00
381 27
145 68
5,680 50
26,552 27
5,010 00
2,697 03
500 00
8,145 70
6,600 00
350 00
2,464 56
5,810 16
520 00
49,531 80
4,508 85
655 24
1,447 26
5,767 69
1,784 29
686 80
1,167 41
1,041 53
1,481 92
1,089 61
951 06
1,121 16
$1,483,517 29
Examined and found correct.
J. McB.  SMITH,
Auditor.
15th December, 1886.
ALFRED FLETT,
Deputy Treasurer. 26c
REVENUE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR  ENDED 30th JUNE, 1886.
Return of Revenue Collected and brought to Account at the Treasury,  from 1st July, 1885, to 30th June,  1886.
Heads of Receipt.
Received
from
sundry
sources
at
Treasury.
Victoria
City.
Victoria
District.
Esquimalt
District.
Cowichan
Cowichan.
District.
SaltSpring
& Mayne
Islands.
Nanaimo District.
Comox
District.
New Westminster
City.
New Westminster
District.
Yale District.
Lillooet
District.
Kootenay
District.
Cariboo District.
Cassiar District.
Coast
District.
Nanaimo
Alberni.
Yale
and
Lytton.
Similkameen and
Osoyoos.
Nicola.
Kamloops
Okanagan
Cariboo.
Omineca.
Cassiar.
Skeena.
Dominion of Canada :—
Do.             Subsidy       35,000 00
Do.             for Lands conveyed     100,000 00
212,151 06
$212 151 06
4,915 00
5,221 50
153 00
1,145 75
98 00
10,324 00
494 00
1,521 50
485 00
3,947 50
20,037 25
1,168 33
3,710 00
69 00
900 00
217 00
1,645 70
128 00
4,655 00
219 50
3,461 00
299 00
4,101 00
165 50
8,314 00
120 00
389 00
596 50
3,214 00
199 00
77,502 20
2 00
255 00
27 50
4,686 S3
135 00
135 00
70 69
2,079 61
1,116 60
3,266 90
125 00
807 50
819 25
2,790 00
457 75
25 00
3,112 50
1,696 50
7,700 00
746 00
150 00
345 00
55 00
260 00
1,653 00
77 50
549 50
1,012 50
1,014 75
25 00
10 00
837 50
1,623 50
105 00
7 50
1,490 00
495 00
195 00
5,870 00
792 25
8,560 00
3,870 00
2,560 00
159 90
70 00
27 50
500 00
255 00
1,632 50
459 50
1,205 00
145 00
2,252 50
1,215 50
2,840 00
48 50
105 00
117 50
20 00
870 00
310 00
622 50
460 00
252 50
370 00
35 00
18,840 00
80 00
60 50
8,535 75
645 00
1,160 00
360 00
30 00
20 00
10 00
46 50
430 00
28,340 00
6,482 90
77 50
24 19
28 00
23 75
2 00
210 00
46 20
40 00
1 00
100 00
788 89
1,215 29
2,251  54
80 50
145 00
12 50
174 60
20 00
290 15
40 00
34 00
5 00
10 50
25 00
5,578 08
2 50
IS 26
15 00
1,634 76
620 00
10 00
20 00
1,010 00
1,673 53
7,251 61
42 14
6 30
4,699 65
413 54
4 77
1,646 71
1,702 55
66 00
205 05
53 21
3,437 57
113 27
267 06
84 67
32S 51
42 21
103 93
8 84
100 00
406 37
51 50
4,620 41
871 70
25 00
2,183 86
10 00
845 61
350 64
18 00
155 65
327 58
398 82
15 00
166 00
1,120 58
924 52
836 64
821 76
1,356 64
626 58
1,260 89
852 15
7 50
1,667 65
32 33
186 08
64 65
458 10
558 02
17 00
52 62
533 80
93 60
22,077 38
8,304 33
1,620 50
479 25
88 75
74 20
16,952 13
1,707 75
349 30
•20 00
1 60
48 30
12 87
430 96
10 00
67 59
257 90
207 15
860 00
2,150 30
8,418 58
30 00
2 51
48 70
11 65
4 22
17 50
4 20
8 33
7 00
3 00
S 00
26 00
208 75
124 50
1,371 55
2,933 85
5 00
37 90
64 00
13 23
20 00
6 00
6 85
1,408 27
382 SO
4,988 15
76 25
13 75
8,406 50
5,810 16
16 00
67 72
2 00
11,160 53
594 41
75 60
80 00
61 31
683 14
20 00
40 00
110 00
270 00
67 31
28 88
41 35
2 75
79 83
Interest on Investments of Sinking Fund	
5,552 72
2,408 15
5,552 72
152 50
4,755 00
756 00
1,515 00
22 50
2,937 00
189 65
7,302 00
798 00
10 00
50 30
1,707 00
41 00
22,920 00
61 30
2,457 00
6 00
' 315 00
2 50
342 00
3,688 90
6,084 00
870 00
2,490 00
1,620 00
465 00
159 00
417 00
7,815 00
492 00
447 00
65,907 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
391 27
$
230,123 99
28,440 30
12,382 41
8,938 41
18,273 17
830 72
13,337 76
954 46
12,367 40
40,642 97
15,217 45
17,680 80
6,000 70
19,451 10
7,802 72
18,916 29
45,052 66
10,564 20
242 50
4,125 23
1,509 50
7,473 62
$514,719 52
Audit Office,
15th December, 1886.
J. McB. SMITH,
Auditor.

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