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THE
UMYERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
VANCOUVER, B.C.
BALANCE-SHEET AND STATEMENT
OF
RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS
as at
MARCH 31st; 1920
VICTORIA, B.C.:
Printed by William H.  Cullin, Printer to the King's  Most Excellent Majesty
1920.  To Colonel the Honourable Edward. Gawlbr Prior,
A Member of the King's Privy Council for Canada,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour:
I beg herewith respectfully to present the Financial Statement of the University
of British Columbia for the year ending March 31st, 1920.
j. d. Maclean,
Minister of Education.
May 7th, 1920.
S 3 Vancouver, B.C., April 30th, 1920.
"he Eon. J. D. MacLean, M.D., CM.,
Minister of Education, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—At the regular meeting of the Board of Governors held on the 26th instant
the annual statement for the year ending March 31st, 1920, was presented, and it
was ordered that copies be sent to you, together with the explanatory letter prepared
by the Bursar.
Yours very truly,
L. S. KLINCK,
President.
S 4 UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
BALANCE-SHEET AND  STATEMENT  OF RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS.
Vancouver, B.C., April 26th, 1920.
The Chancellor and Board of Governors,
The University of British Columbia,
Vancouver, B.C.
Dear Sies,—I beg to submit the following annual statements for your approval:—
Balance-sheet as at March 31st, 1920, and statement of receipts and disbursements for the
year ending March 31st, 1920.
University Site.
During the year the sum of $9,691.86 was expended on surveying and architect's fees, land-
clearing, etc., at Point Grey. A reserve from the 1919-20 appropriations, amounting to $33,700,
was made for land-clearing and building a permanent road.    This work is now proceeding.
Buildings.
During the same period $15,499.70 was expended on buildings at Point Grey, which includes
such items as poultry colony houses and fencing, heaters in dairy-barn, and balance of contract
for same, certified extras and plumbing in hay-foam and feed-store, bunk-house, and equipment
for land-clearing, etc. The above sum also includes the unexpended balance on the Science
Building, amounting to $8,948.90. This sum was distributed pro rata among the Ii. McLean Co.
creditors and closes out the unexpended amount held in trust for work on the Science Building
at Point Grey. Authority for this distribution was received from the Provincial Government.
At the Hospital site, Fairview, $4,299.75 was expended on tbe temporary buildings, etc.—namely,
additions to Library and Chemistry Buildings, lockers and fittings in tbe Chemistry and Geology
Buildings.
A reserve from the 1919-20 appropriations, amounting to $19,675, was made for sundry
buildings at Point Grey.    This is shown under " Liabilities."
Provincial Government Grants.
The Provincial Government grant for the year ending March 31st, 1920, wras $285,000, with
a supplemental grant of $103,000, making a total of $388,000 for the year.
Under the Dominion " Agricultural Instruction Act" the University received only $4,000 of
the $8,000 allotted to it through the Provincial Government, while the University has expended
the sum of $1,44S.04 in excess of the $4,000 received. This overexpenditure is shown under
" Accounts receivable." In connection with this grant I have on several occasions taken the
matter up with the President, and he assured me that the Provincial Government had stated
several times that this grant would be paid. Under these circumstances I felt justified in
making the advance, as otherwise the work would have to cease and the- men engaged in it
paid off.
The Honorary Advisory Council for Scientific and Industrial Research made a grant of
$1,000 to the University for work on the grading of cream and butter in relation to the bacterial
content of the cream and milk used in the preparation of these products. Of this amount, $883.33
has been expended at March 31st, 1920.
Co-operative Seed-growing.
The amount received from the Dominion Government on this account was only $4.41, being
balance of accounts rendered.   This closed the Co-operative Seed Account.
Scholarships and Prizes.
The Terminal City Club, Vancouver, B.C., presented the University with two Victory War
Loan bonds for $1,000 each, bearing interest at 5% per cent, per  annum  and maturing on
November 1st, 1933, and November 1st, 1934, as an endowment for the Terminal City Club
S 5 Scholarship.    Other cash scholarships and prizes presented to the University during the year
will be found in detail under " Receipts," subheading " Students' scholarhsips, prizes, and loans."
Depreciation.
Ten per cent, depreciation, amounting to $110,910.31, has been allowed on buildings and
equipment as at March 31st, 1920—this amount being added to general expenditures.
Fire Insurance.
The amount of fire insurance in force at March 31st, 1920, was $198,890, distributed as
follows:—
University buildings, Point Grey $20,000 00
Fairview      66,780 00
 $86,780 00
S.C.R. vocational buildings, Point Grey $19,100 00
Fairview       14,100 00
   33,200 00
 $119,980 00
Library books      41,100 00
Equipment       37,810 00
Total  >. $198,890 00
Unexpired fire insurance premiums at March 31st, 1920, amount to $3,319.85, and this has
been shown on the balance-sheet as an asset of the University.
Book-store  (Students' Text-books).
The book-store was operated during the year under the Bursar's Department and shows a
profit of $1,905.45.
Produce and Live Stock at Point Grey.
Produce and live stock amounting to $10,989.63 was sold during the year and credited to
general expenditures. In connection with live stock, the value of tbe increase in stock in the
Departments of Animal Husbandry and Poultry Husbandry is $2,148.73 and $3,769.48 respectively.
This is shown under " Assets," subheading " Live stock."
Department of Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment.
The University is still carrying on the administrative and instructional works in connection
with vocational students under the Department of Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment, without cost
to the University.
Your obedient servant,
F. Dallas,
Bursar.
r ■	
SUMMARY STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE YEAR
ENDING MARCH 31st, 1920.
1919.
April 1st. Balances in Bank of Montreal—
General Current Account $ 36,070 94
Trust Account No. 1       11,352 40
Trust Account No. 2          2,534 17
Bursar's Account     500 00
$50,457 51
Cash in hand, Bursar's Account  79 69
$50,537 20
Special Account (Co-operative Seed-growing)     117 74
Carried forward  $    50,654 94 10 Geo. 5
Beceipts and Disbursements.
S 7
Receipts.
Brought forward 	
Provincial Government grant—
Vote No. 217, for year April 1st, 1919, to March 31st,
1920  $285,000 00
Supplemental grant, April 1st, 1919, to March 31st, 1920  103,000 00
Fees received from students (1919-20) —
Supplemental examinations	
Matriculation examinations	
Sessional registration  	
Short Course in Botany 	
Short Course in Mining	
Graduation  	
$     50,654 94
Special fees—
Late fees  $ 188 00
Rereading and special examinations .... 160 50
Duplicate certificates   2 00
 . $388,000
$ 1,365 00
4,303 00
6,450 00
100 00
30 00
880 00
$ 13,128 00
350 50
$13,478 50
Students' caution-money  (returnable) $4,118 70
Alma Mater fees (returnable)         10 00
Students' caution-money (1918-19) in hand (returnable)
Less students' caution-money (1918-19) (collectable)
4,128 70
45 60
6 70
Burrell grant (Dominion " Agricultural Instruction Act ")  	
Honorary Advisory Council for Scientific and Industrial Research—
Grant to the Department of Dairying for work on the grading of
cream and butter in relation to the bacterial content of the cream
and milk used in the preparation of these products	
Wesbrook Memorial Fund (per Alma Mater Society of the University
of British Columbia)   	
Co-operative seed-growing—Received from the Dominion Government
(being balance of accounts rendered)   	
Interest earned on Trust Accounts 	
Produce and live stock—
Department of Horticulture   $      504 25
„ Dairying           3,155 14
„ Animal Husbandry          2,987 66
„ Poultry Husbandry          4,342 58
Rent of two cottages at Point Grey  (occupied by Foreman of Department of Horticulture and Herdsman of Department  of  Animal
Husbandry)   	
Contractors' deposits with tenders—
S. N. McLeod (deposit on beef-barn and Dairy Products
Building)   $   1,182 00
S. N. McLeod (deposit on horse-barn and Stableman's
cottage)          1,798 10
17,607
20
38
90
4,000 00
1,000 00
217 65
4 41
223 15
10,989 63
360 00
2,980 10
Carried forward
$425,421 04 $     50,654 94 S-8
University op British Columbia.
1920
Receipts—Continued.
Brought forward  $425,421 04 $    50,654 94
Land-clearing, Cook-house Account—
Amount received from men for board at March 31st, 1920 $    781 10
Less expended for food and wages at March 31st,
1920         720 18
—  60 92
Students' scholarships, prizes, and loans—
Students' loans repaid to University $      250 00
F. F. Wesbrook Prize for Essay in English  (Graduating class)     50 00
F. F. Wesbrook Prize for highest in Graduate class... 50 00
Women's Canadian Club Scholarship   25 00
Terminal City Club Scholarship   100 00
Shaw Memorial Scholarship    137 50
McGill Graduates' Scholarship   137 50
Dunsmuir Scholarship  105 00
Women's Canadian Club History Prize  50 00
Anne Wesbrook Scholarship    87- 80
Women's   Liberal   Association   Prize   for   First-year
student, highest in English Literature  25 00
LeRoy Scholarship  (University Service Club)     250 00
 1,327 50
Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment—
Repayment of sundry disbursements  as  per  amount
shown on 1918-19 Statement  $       614 13
Amount received as at March 31st, 1920,
toward general University expenditures
for   administration   and   teaching   re
vocational  students    $    9,390 21
Less amount expended at March 31st,
1920           6,595 04
       2,795 17
Equipment—        3,409 30
For allowance on Ford car   (see Equipment,  General
Account)    $       597 00
For allowance on Ford truck (see Equipment, General
Account)            1,204 00
General expenditure—  1,801 00
Refund from W. N. Sage  $ 5 81
Less students' caution-money repaid  5 00
 i  81
Workmen's  Compensation  Board—For  amount  deducted  from  men's
wages and due on the land-clearing work   22 60
Total  receipts     $   432,043 17
$   482,698 11
Disbursements.
Buildings and works—
Finishing attic in Vocational Building, Point Grey  $'      715 00
Poultry colony houses and fencing, Point Grey         2,822 03
Dairy-toarn (balance of contract and architect's fees). . $      226 44
Dairy-barn (installing heaters)     615 00
  841 44
Carried forward  $    4,378 47 10 Geo. 5
Receipts and Disbursements.
S 9
Disbursements—Continued.
Brought forward 	
Buildings and works1—Continued.
Hay-barn and feed-store (certified extras, plumbing, etc.)	
Science   Building,   Point   Grey,   distributed   pro   rata
among R. McLean Co.'s creditors—
Amount unexpended and held in trust $    8,937 58
Amount at credit of R. McLean Co.'s account  11 32
$   4,378 47
355 35
Buuk-house and equipment (land-clearing, March, 1920)
8,948 90
1,816 98
$ 15,499 70
Surveying and architect's fees at Point Grey $ ' 1,261 01
Land-clearing at Point Grey (Department of Administration, June, 1919)  .       2,240 50
Land-clearing at Point Grey (Department of Administration, March, 1920)          6,110 35
Tile for land-draining (Department of Agriculture)... 80 00
Additions to Library and Chemistry Building (Fair-
view site)    $ 2,640 00
Lockers in Chemistry Building (Fairview site)    1,044 00
Fittings in Geology Building (Fairview-site)    615 75
Books—
Department of Botany and Zoology 5
„ Botanical Gardens 	
„ Book-store (students' texts)   	
„ Classics  	
„ Geology and Mineralogy	
„ Library   	
„ Mining 	
„ Modern Languages	
,, Philosophy  	
9,691 86
.4,299 75
Live stock—
Department of Animal Husbandry
„ Poultry Husbandry
1'
%        79 87
112 25
1,482 43
31 52
254 29
10,092 99
5 75
39 45
13 90
12.112 45
Students' scholarships, prizes, and loans—
Loans to students (Royal Institution Fund)   	
Scholarships and prizes (Royal Institution Fund)   . .
Scholarships and prizes (University of B.C.)   	
Shaw Memorial Scholarship  	
Women's Canadian Club Prize for Returned Soldier
F. F. Weahrook Prizes  	
McGill Graduates' Scholarship 	
Terminal City Club Scholarship 	
Dunsmuir Scholarshin 	
4,606 00
35 00
305 00
1,200 00
1,050 00
183 35
25 00
100 00
124 99'
100 00
150 00
Alma Mater fees, 1918-19 (see 1918-19 statement)  	
Students' caution-money, 1918-19  (see 1918-19 Statement)   	
Students' fees' returnable  (see 1918-19 Statement)   	
Co-operative seed-growing  	
Burrell grant (Dominion " Agricultural Instruction Act ")  	
Honorary Advisory Council for Scientific and Industrial Research
4,641 00
3,238 34
72 00
2,517 50
8 00
122 15
4,420 54
8S3 33
Carried forward
$    57,506 62 S 10
University of British Columbia.
1920
Disbursements—Continued.
Brought forward,	
Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment—
Repayment of gasolene, oil, etc., sold (see 1918-19 Statement) $      865 03
Sundry disbursements during March, 1920   509 95
Soldier Settlement Board (amount due for live stock)   	
F. Garnish, amount due for rent of cottage for March $        15 00
T. Wallington, amount due for rent of cottage for March  15 0O
Contractors' deposits with tenders—
S. N. McLeod (balance deposit on garage, machine-shop, etc.) $ 1,360 50
S. N. McLeod (deposit on beef-barn and Dairy Products Building) 1,182 00
Layfield & Tardiff (balance deposit on dairy-barn, bull-pen, etc.).. 1,043 00
$    57,506 62
1,374 98
40 00
30 00
 3,585 50
Salaries-—■
Department   of   Administration,   including   President,   Deans   of
Faculty, and Assistants   $ 12,905 11
„                Agronomy     8,813 16
„               Animal Husbandry   8,302 38
„               Horticulture    7,296 53
Poultry Husbandry  2,6S5 00
Dairying  3,306 37
Bursar     6,960 09
,,                Buildings and Grounds  (Janitors)     6,566 00
Bacteriology     1,982 00
„               Botany and Zoology   5,1S3 07
„               Botanical Gardens    4,655 00
Chemistry    13,516 59
„               Civil Engineering    4,302 84
Classics     8,149 92
„                Economics     5,279 96
English    10,897 30
„               Geology and Mineralogy     8,599 76
History   4,675 79
„               Library     5,126 77
,,                Mathematics     11,762 27
„                Mechanical Engineering    7,834 20
„                Mining     7,305 75
„                Modern Languages  12,163 47
Military   (C.O.T.C.)     50 00
Philosophy     3,000 00
Physics       9,717 70
„               Registrar     4,297 75
 185,334 78
Furniture and equipment—
Department of Administration   $ 7,216 03
President's Office  9 00
„             Agronomy    206 65
„             Agriculture  (General)  233 24
„             Animal Husbandry    629 35
Horticulture     598 89
Poultry Husbandry    1,058 09
„             Dairying  1,325 51
Bursar    250 53
Carried forward  $ 11,527 29 $  247,871 88 10 Geo. 5
Receipts and Disbursements.
S 11
Disbursements—Continued.
Brought forward  $ 11,-527 29 $   247,871 88
Furniture and equipment—Continued.
Department of Bacteriology  494 03
,,             Bacteriology     494 03
„             Botany and Zoology    3,213 54
„             Botanical Gardens   139 97
Chemistry   1,865 39
,,             Civil Engineering  1,243 21
„             Economics     15 75
„             Geology and Mineralogy    1,708 60
Library    391 40
„              Mechanical Engineering   1,538 42
„             Forest Products Laboratory   126 43
Mining   2,994 88
„             Modern Languages     106 20
Physics  2,615 95
Registrar     227 00
Supplies—  28.20S 06
Department of Administration   $ 2,150 50
President's Office    1S1 38
„              Agronomy    362 53
„             Agriculture  (General)     556 32
„             Animal Husbandry  603 94
Horticulture     1,110 57
„             Poultry Husbandry   799 88
Dairying     1,087 52
„             Bursar   441 07
„             Photography  5 31
„             Bacteriology  394 36
,,             Botany and Zoology    854 71
,,             Botanical Gardens   209 28
Chemistry    3,299 87
,,              Civil  Engineering     99 30
,,             Economics   IS 53
English     10 63
„             Geology and Mineralogy    344 73
„               History     85 67
„              Library     313 64
„              Mathematics     67 55
„              Mechanical Engineering   517 46
Mining    969 10
„             Modern Languages  47 11
Military   (C.O.T.C.)     24 95
„              Philosophy    6 82
Physics     337 74
Registrar     1,279 61
Expenses—  —        16,180 OS
Department of Administration, including scholarships
and prizes held in trust, travelling expenses, Convocation, Congregation, and Graduating expenses,
telegrams, postages, exchange, etc $ 13,091 73
Less trust funds for scholarships and prizes transferred from Current Account to Trust Account
No. 2         2,430 00
Carried forward $ 10,661 73 $  292,260 02 S 12
University of British Columbia.
1920
Disbursements—Continued.
Brought forward $ 10,661 73 $   292,260 02
Expenses—Continued.
Department of President's Office   35 00
Department of Agronomy, including preparation of land for experimental purposes at Point Grey, seeds, fertilizers, freights,
travelling    expenses,   transportation    of   students,    postages,
telegrams, etc        7,573 88
Department of Agriculture (General), including preparation of
land for experimental purposes at Point Grey, seeds and
fertilizers, feed for horses, maintenance of jitney, travelling
expenses, freights, express, etc      14,134 23
Department of Animal Husbandry, including feed for cattle and
hogs, wages at Point Grey, travelling expenses, transportation
of students, freights, express, telegrams, postages, etc        9,275 80
Department of Horticulture, including travelling expenses, transportation of students, wages at Point Grey, seeds, shrubs, and
fertilizers, feed for team, freights, express, telegrams, postages,
etc        8,537 49
Department of Poultry Husbandry, including travelling expenses,
transportation of students, feed for chickens, wages at Point
Grey, freights, express, telegrams, postages, etc        7,979 81
Department of Dairying, including travelling expenses, transportation of students, wages at Point Grey, freights, express,
telegrams, postages, etc        1,504 23
Department of Bursar, including telephones, fuel and heat, light
and power, water rates, city scavenging, insurance premiums,
freight, express, telegrams, postages, etc        9,901 18
Department of Photography  45 45
„ Buildings and Grounds, maintenance and repairs..       2,205 10
.„ Bacteriology   114 78
„ Botany and Zoology    104 94
„ Botanical Gardens   123 29
Chemistry    418 34
„ Civil- Engineering ,-. 25 00
Classics  -  2 90
„   . University Extension Work          1,113 23
Geology and Mineralogy    248 42
Library    52S 65
„ Mechanical Engineering  175 36
Mining   118 68
Physics  236 53
„ . Physical Examinations   702 53
Registrar     237 56
„ Examination Expense         1,702 02
         77,706 13
Total disbursements   ?    369,966 15
Balances—Cash at March 31st, 1920—
Bank of Montreal—
General Current Account  $107,146 76
Trust Account No. 1  -        1'798 10
Trust Account No. 2          3-045 33
Carried forward  $111,990 19 $   369,966 15 10 Geo.
Receipts and Disbursements.
S 13
Disbursements—Continued.
Brought forward   $111,990 19 $   369,966 15
Balances—Continued.
Bank of Montreal—Continued.
Trust Account No. 3    217 65
Bursar's Account  500 00
$112,707 84
Cash in hand, Bursar's Account   24 12
112,731 96
$482,698 11
BALANCE-SHEET AS AT MARCH 31st, 1920.
Liabilities.
Accounts payable—
Materials ordered not  yet  delivered:   Equipment,  supplies,  etc.,
estimated at (see Contra)    $ 22,434 68
S. N. McLeod, contract for horse-barn and Stableman's cottage at
Pomt Grey (now in course of construction)        17,600 00
Students' caution-money, Session 1918-19  (returnable) $        45 60
Less students' caution-money, Session 191S-19 (collectable )    6 70
$
3S 90
Students' caution-money, Session 1919-20. . $   4,118 70
Alma Mater fees, Session 1919-20  10 00
4,128 70
Workmen's Compensation Board (account land-clearing)  	
Honorary Advisory Council for Scientific and Industrial Research,
balance of funds on hand	
4,167 60
22 60
116 67
$ 44,341 55
Amount reserved for buildings and land-clearing, contracted for at March 31st,  1920,  as follows
(see Contra):—
Department of Poultry Husbandry, house for Foreman    $ 5,000 00
„             Dairying, extension to dairy  1,575 00
„              Agronomy, barn   • 11,000 00
„             Agriculture, water-piping to barns 1,150 00
.,,                        „           architect's fees  950 00
land-clearing   16,200 00
„             Administration, land-clearing  14,000 00
building road  3,500 00
53,375 00
Grants from Provincial Government of British Columbia   (for period
from 1910 to March 31st, 1920) —
Site for the University, Point Grey, at nominal value $ 1 00
Gift of museum collection, growing plants, records, etc., at nominal
value       20,000 00
Amount disbursed direct by Government      48,407 73
97,716 55
Carried forward
68,408 73 $    97,716 55 S 14
University of British Columbia.
1920
Liabilities—Continued.
Brought forward  $ 68,408 73 $    97,716 55
Grants from Provincial Government—Continued.
Amount received by Governors of the University for
general purposes to year 1916 $354,660 65
Amount received by Governors of the University for
general purposes for year 1916-17     200,000 00
Amount received by Governors of the University for
general purposes for year 1917-18     225,000 00
Amount received by Governors of the University for
general purposes for year 1918-19    220,000 00
Supplemental vote for year 1918-19      46,000 00
Special  grant  toward  building  and  maintenance  of
Forest Products Laboratory, year 1918-19        2,500 00
Supplemental Vote No. 175a for supplies from King's
Printer for year ending March 31st, 1919        3,078 92
Amount received by Governors of the University for
general purposes for year 1919-20    285,000 00
Supplemental grant for year 1919-20    103,000 00
 1,439,239 57
Amount received by Governors of  the University for the  completion of the Science Building at Point Grey        69,524 00
 1,577,172 30
Gifts from individuals of equipment, books, etc., valued at  5,000 00
Trusts—
Royal  Institution  for the  Advancement  of  Learning  of British
Columbia Students' Loans and Scholarships Fund (established
August, 1915)  . $ 32,059 45
Annual sums required to be available for scholarships and loans
under the above—
1915-16 $    1,600 00
1916-17    '.         1,600 OO
1917-18          1,600 00
1918-19          1,600 00
$    6,400 00
(Of this sum $605 is on loan to students.)
Less scholarships paid to March 31st, 1920        3,200 00
 3,200 00
Shaw Memorial Scholarship  $      275 00
Less scholarships paid  275 00
McGill Graduates' Scholarship  $      137 50
Less scholarship paid  124 99
 ■  12 51
Dunsmuir Scholarship   $     165 00
Less scholarship paid  150 00
  15 00
Terminal City Club Scholarship  $       100 00
Less scholarshio paid  100 00
F. F. Wesbrook Prizes $      100 00
-  Less prizes  (2) paid   100 00
Anne Wesbrook Scholarship    87 50
Carried forward  $ 35,374 46 $1,582,172 30 10 Geo. 5
Receipts and Disbursements.
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Liabilities—Continued.
Brought forward  $ 35,374 46 $1,582,172 30
Trusts—Continued.
Women's Canadian Club Scholarship  $ •      25 00
Less scholarship paid  25 00
Women's Canadian Club History Prize • 50 0O
Women's Liberal Association Prize for First-year Student highest
in English Literature  25 00
LeRoy Memorial Scholarship  250 00
University scholarships and prizes—
Amount voted by Board of Governors—
1916-17   $      830 00
1917-18    830 00
1918-19     830 00
$    2,490 00
Less scholarships and prizes paid        2,479 68
 10 32
Royal Institution for the Advancement of Learning of B.C.—
McGill Graduates' Scholarship  (endowment)           2,500 00
The Shaw Memorial Scholarship (endowment)          2,500 OO
The Dunsmuir Scholarship  ((endownment)           3,000 00
The Terminal City Club Scholarship (endowment)          2,000 00
$ 45,709 78
Wesbrook Memorial Fund   217 65
Contractors' deposits with tenders        1,798 10
47,725 53
$1,727,614 38
Assets.
Site for University—
Granted by Provincial Government, comprising Lots 3044, 3045,
3045a, 4S04, 4805, 4806, and 4807, Group 1, N.W.D. ("British
Columbia University Site Act, 1919," Amendments 1913 and
1918), at nominal value $ 1 00
Add expenditure for surveying, clearing, and grading,
etc., to March 31st, 1919  $102,806 03
Add expenditure for year ending March 31st, 1920 ....       4,296 51
 107,102 54
Land-clearing   (work   now  proceeding),   expended   to
March 31st, 1920  $    6,110 35
Less profit on cook-house at March 31st, 1920  00 92
6,049 43
Buildings and works—
Including general plans,  Science Building under construction, docks, etc., at cost to June 30th, 1915.. $ 80,809 77
Expended for year ending June 30th, 1016      35,225 2S
Expended for  year  ending  March  31st,  1920   (being
amount held in trust for the creditors of R. McLean
& Co.)         8,937 58
 $124,972 63
Carried fonvard   $124,972 63
$   113,152 97
113,152 97 S 16
University of British Columbia.
1920
Assets—Continued.
Brought forward  $124,972 63 $   113,152 97
Buildings and works—Continued.
Horticultural storage-barn, Point Grey, at cost   5,053 97
Dairy-barn, bull-pen, manure-tank, and two cottages at Point Grey,
at cost     24,440 59
Hay-barn and feed-store at Point Grey, at cost  5,914 35
Poultry colony houses and fencing at Point Grey, at cost  6,421 05
Horse-barn and Stableman's cottage at Point Grey  (now in course
of construction), at cost  17,600 00
Bunk-house and equipment, at cost  .-  1,816 98
$186,219 57
Temporary buildings erected at Hospital site, 1915, at
cost $ 23,523 95
Temporary buildings taken over from McGill University
at valuation, Hospital site       17,379 85
Temporary buildings erected at Hospital site, 1916, at
cost        40,864 86
Additions to Library and Chemistry Buildings, Hospital
site, September, 1919, at cost        2,640 00
 84,408 66
$270,628 23
Less depreciation allowed to March 31st, 1920      77,152 03
Equipment—  193,476 20
Furniture,  Administration   #nd Departmental   Offices,   specimens,
etc., at cost to June 30th, 1915  $    6,029 81
Taken over from McGill University College at valuation      12,769 60
Purchased from July 1st, 1915, to March 31st, 1920    101,301 92
$120,101 33
Less depreciation allowed to March 31st, 1920      33,758 28
Museum collection— $ 86,343' 05
Growing plants, records and equipment, a gift from the Provincial
Government, valued at $ 20,000 00
Gifts to Departments of Geology and Physics        1,000 00
Library books—        107,343 05
Distributed as to departments at cost in Vancouver to June 30th,
1915   $ 25,407 80
Gifts of books to Library, valued at         4,000 00
Taken over from McGill University College at valuation        1,910 00
Purchased from July 1st, 1915, to March 31st, 1920      25,830 95
$ 57,148 75
Books (departmental) purchased April 1st, 1919, to March 31st, 1920.. 537 03
Book-store—Students' texts on hand at March 31st, 1920        6,094 54
Live stock—          63,780 32
Department of Agriculture (one team of horses)    $      625 00
„ Horticulture (one team of horses)    700 00
Animal    Husbandry    (horse    (entire),
cattle, hogs, and sheep)    $ 11,461 27
Animal   Husbandry,   add   increases   at
March 31st, 1920        2,148 73
 13,610 00
Carried forward $ 14,935 00 $   477,752 54 10 Geo. 5
Receipts and Disbursements.
Assets—Continued.
Brought forward  $ 14,935 00 $  477,752 54
Live stock—Continued.
Department of Poultry Husbandry (poultry)    $       629 52
Poultry  Husbandry,   add  increases  at
March 31st, 1920        3,769 48
 4,399 00
Supplies on hand at March 31st, 1920	
Sundry accounts receivable—
Convocation expenses, 1912-13  $
Corporation of Point Grey, water-mains        1
Competition premium, architect's plans (balance)   	
Burrell grant (Dominion "Agricultural Instruction Act"), amount
expended to March 31st, 1920 	
Department of Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment—
Sundry expenditures during March, 1920 $      509 95
Amount payable ou account of general
University expenditures for administration, and teaching re vocational
students  	
Less   amount   due   on   account  of
above 	
19,334 00
6,309 00
437 85
7,989 38
3,500 00
1,448 04
6,226 44
        1,800 02
 4,426 42
Soldier Settlement Board for live stock	
F.  Garnish   (Foreman in Department of Horticulture),  rent for
March  	
T. Wallington (Herdsman in Department of Animal Husbandry),
rent for March	
4,936 37
40 00
15 00
15 00
Materials ordered not yet delivered (see Contra)	
Buildings and land-clearing, etc., contracted for at March 31st, 1920  (see Contra)
Unexpired insurance premiums at March 31st, 1920	
Trusts-
Royal  Institution for  the Advancement  of  Learning  of  British
Columbia, eight Victory War Loan bonds, Nos. V044139-46M,
for $1,000 each, bearing interest at 5% per cent, per annum,
maturing December 1st, 1922 ;  being endowment for the McGill
Graduates, Shaw Memorial, and Dunsmuir Scholarships $    8,000 00
Terminal City Club, two Victory War Loan bonds, Series T, Nos.
E001718 and E276690, for $1,000 each, bearing interest at 5%
per cent, per annum, maturing November 1st, 1933, and November 1st, 1934, respectively;   being endowment for the Terminal
City Club Scholarship          2,000 00
Held in trust in Bank of Montreal, Trust Accounts Nos.
1, 2, and 3, Savings Bank Accounts Nos. 34004,
34366, and 45873, respectively—
Royal Institution for the Advancement of Learning of British Columbia Students' Loans and
Scholarships Fund  $   2,595 00
University Scholarships and Prizes Fund  10 32
McGill Graduates' Scholarship   12 51
Dunsmuir Scholarship  15 00
28,381 64
22,434 68
53,375 00
3,319 85
Carried forward
$   2,632 83 $ 10,000 00 $   610,906 71 S 18
Jniversity of British Columbia.
1920
As sets—Continu ed.
Brought forward  $ 2,632 83 $ 10,000 00 $   610,906 71
Trusts—Continued.
Held in trust in Bank of Montreal—Continued.
Anne Wesbrook Scholarship    87 50
Women's Canadian Club History Prize   50 00
Women's Liberal Association Prize for First-year
Student highest in English Literature  25 00
LeRoy Memorial Scholarship  250 00
Wesbrook Memorial Fund   217 65
Contractors' deposits with tenders   1,798 10
$    5,061 08
Trust funds to be repaid (students' loans)    605 00
 5,666 08
         15,666 08
Balance in Bank of Montreal—
General Current Account  $107,146 76
Bursar's Account $      500 00
Balance, cash in hand, Bursar's Account   24 12
524 12
 107,670 88
General expenditures, including administration and departmental
salaries, supplies, travelling and other expenses, telephones, fuel
and heat, power, light, water rates, fire-insurance premiums, maintenance and repairs of buildings, depreciation on buildings and
equipment, examination and graduation expenses, etc. (including
McGill University College grant of $10,000) —
To June 30th, 1915 $ 06,496 31
From July 1st, 1915, to March 31st, 1920    926,874 40
 993,370 71
$1,727,614 38
VICTORIA, B.C.:
Printed by William H.  Cullin, Printer to the King's  Most Excellent Majesty.
1020.

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