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 BRITISH COLUMBIA
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS
FOR   THE
FISCAL YEAR ENDED 31st MARCH, 1920
PERIOD PROM 1ST APRIL, 1919, TO 31ST MARCH, 1920
PRINTED by
authority of the legislative assembly.
VICTORIA,  B.C.:
Printed by William H.  Cullin, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1921.  To His Honour Walter Cameron Nichol,
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 31st March, 1920.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
JOHN HART,
Minister of Finance.
Treasury Department,
Victoria, 31st December, 1920. Victoria, B.C.,
31st December, 1920.
The Honourable John Hart,
Minister of Finance.
Sir,—I have the honour to submit herewith the Public Accounts of the Province
of British Columbia for the fiscal year ended 31st March, 1920.
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,
A.  N.  MOUAT,  C.A.,
Comptroller-Genera I. " The form of the accounts should bring to light extravagance and inefficiency
and enable criticism to be usefully applied."
ORDER OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS.
Page.
vi.-xi.-
xii.-
xiii.-
xiv.-xv.-
xvi.-xxxi.
1-246.-
247-251.-
251.-
252-262.-
264-265.-
266-267.-
268-209.-
270-271.-
272-275.-
276-277.-
278-280.-
281-282.-
283.-
284-285.-
286-288.-
289-290.-
291.-
293.-
-Balance Sheet.
-Consolidated Surplus Account.
-Summarized Comparative Statement of Estimated and Actual Revenue and Expenditure.
-Details of Revenue.
-Statement op Appropriation and Expenditure.
-Details of Current Expenditure.
-Details of Capital Expenditure (charged to Income).
-Summary of Capital Expenditure  (Statutory).
-Details of Capital Expenditure  (Statutory).
-Liquor Vendors' Balance Sheet and Trading Account.
-Industrial Development Fund :   Balance Sheet and Schedule of Loans.
-Conservation Fund :   Balance Sheet and Summary of Receipts and Disbursements.
-Returned Soldiers' Aid Commission :   Balance Sheet and Cash Account.
-Land Settlement Board :   Balance Sheet and Statement of Revenue and Expenditure
(including separate accounts of the Agricultural Credit Commission).
-Comparative Statement of Revenue for 5 Years.
-Comparative Statement of Expenditure for 2 Years.
-Receipts and Expenditures from 1st July, 1902, to 31st March, 1918.
-Inscribed Stock issued under the British Columbia Loan Acts.
-Debentures Outstanding issued under the British Columbia Loan Acts and Dyking Acts.
-Sinking Fund Accounts.
-Securities deposited with the Government pursuant to various Acts.
-Nakusp and Si.ocan Railway Company's Account.
-Index to Details of Revenue and Expenditure. VI.
^ublic Accounts, 1st April. 19
1st March, 1920.
THE GOVERNMENT OF THE
BALANCE SHEET FOR THE
CAPITAL   ASSETS.
REALIZABLE OR INCOME PRODUCING:
DOMINION OF CAN.ADA :
Capital .Account,  " Terms of Union "—
Interest,            capitalized at 5 per cent,
j^nnual subsidy,           ,, 5         „
Grant per capita,        „ 5         „
Lands conveyed,         „ 5        ,,
$ 583,021 40
3,000,000 '00
6,279,6S0 00
2,000,000 00
$12,462,701  40
INVESTMENT FOR REDEMPTION OF BRITISH COLUMBIA STOCK
.«D  DEBENTURES :
Sinking Fund, (Loans 1891-
Loan, 1914
„      1915   	
„      1910   	
„     1917   	
„      1918  	
B.C. Dyking Debentures
9 and 1902    $ 3,229,450 17
  748,026 80
  1,008,664 89
  5S0,178 S7
  32,170 03
  S6,0S9 80
  93,019 90
DYKING   DISTRICTS    (" DYKING   ASSESSMENTS
ADJUSTMENT   ACT,   1905 ") :
Capital Account      $544,464 99
Interest Account           16,080 70
Maintenance Account         105,019 S2
Less .Sinking Funds
PROPERTIES .ACQUIRED UNDER " SO'LDIERS' 'LAND
ACT,  1918 " :
South Vancouver .. .
Southern  Okanagan
RAILW.iY SUBSIDY LANDS REPURCHASED	
FAIRVIEW WORKS, F.4IRVIEW	
PROVINCLAL GOVERNMENT LIQUOR VENDO-RS
BUILDINGS, ROiiDS, BRIDGES, AND  OTHER PROPERTIES:
PROVINCIAL BUILDINGS .AND FURNISHINGS   	
TRUNK AND MAIN ROADS  	
BRIDGES   (INCLUDING NEW WESTMINSTER BRIDGE)   	
WHARVES  (INCLUDING TRINCE RUPERT WHARF)   	
FISH HATCHERY,  SETON 'LAKE, LILLOOET, B.C	
5,837,600 52
$      065,uGa   51
107,992 47
FORMEtR INDIAN RESERVATIONS ACQUIRED :
Kitsilano Reserve, Vancouver  . . :    $     300,000 00
Songhees Reserve, Victoria          1,000,139 07
22,562  67
664,946 14
557,573 04
1,300,139 07
687,50S 81
1,509,114 73
29,447 26
120,000 00
$22,504,0S4 S3
$10,904,094 SO
5,106,024 27
5,042,651- 37
266,032 67
28,700 00
Carried forward
21,347,503  11
$43,851,587 94 11 Geo.
Public Accounts, 1st iVpRii., 1919, to 31st March, 1920.
B
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
YEAR ENDED 31st MARCH, 1920.
CAPITAL LIABILITIES.
BRITISH COLUMBIA STOCK AND DEBENTURES :
LOAN ACT, 1891, 3 PER CENT., DUE 30th JUNE, 1941	
1893, 3
1895, 3
1899, 3
1902, 3
1914, 4i/a
1915, 4%
1916, 41/2
1916, 5
1916, 5
1916, 5
1917, 5
1917, 5
1917, 0
1917, 5
1917, a
1918, 5%
,,
1941
,,
1941
,,
1941
,,
1941
1st   APRIL,
1941
1st  DEC,
1925
30th JUNE,
1926
1st   APRIL,
1928
2nd  JULY,
1939
6th  JAN.,
1925
1st  DEC,
1937
1st   ADRIL,
1938
1st Nov.,
1938
1st  DEC.,
1938
16th MAY,
1939
5th MARCH, 1939.
"BETTER HOUSING ACT, 1919," 5 PER CENT.,DUE 16th JUNE, 1939
DYKING DEBENTURES, 1897 AND 1899, 3y3 PER CENT., DUE 30th
JUNE, 1937  	
MORTGAGE ON BRITISH COLUMBIA BUILDING, LONDON:
MATURING IN QUARTERLY INSTALMENTS TO 24th JUNE, 1945. . .
2,139,141 00
599,945 00
2,037,000 OO
1,649,000 00'
3,496,850 00i
7,275,000 00
3,130,000' 00
2,000,000 00
l,0O'0',O00! 00
3,000,000 00
2,450,000 00
300,000 00
200,000 00
100,000 00
200,000 00
300,000 00
3,000,000 00
750,000 OO
445,000 00
$34,071,936 0O
244,9125 00
$34,316,861 00
BALANCE:
BEING EXCESS OF CAPITAL ASSETS OVER CAPITAL .LIABILITIES  	
Note.—In addition to direct liabilities of the Province, the following securities as to both
principal and interest Rave been guaranteed by the Province :—
9,534,726 94
Guarantees. Authorized.
Canadian Northern Taciflc Railway Co.   (due 2nd April,
1950)    $47,975,000' 00
Pacific Great Eastern Railway Co. (due loth July, 1942)   20,160,000 0O
Vancouver and Districts  Joint Sewerage and Drainage
Board (due 1st March, 1954)    .'      3,233,333 00
French's Complex Ore Reduction Co., Ltd. (due 1st
June, 1919)   	
Agricultural Credits Commission  (due 1st May, 1941)..
Corporation of the District of South Vancouver (" Corporation of the District of South Vancouver Administration Act ")   	
West Nicomen Dyking District  (due 1st May, 1953)...
Issued.
$40,157,523 90
20,160,000 OO
3,233,333 OO
65,000 00
1,000,000 00
704,370  12
87,000 00
$73,227,703 12    $65,407,227 0'2
65,000 00
1,000,000 OO
704,370 12
90,000 OO
Carried forward    $43,851,587 94 B viii.
Public Accounts, 1st April, 1919, to 31st March, 1920.
BALANCE-SHEET FOR THE YEAR
CURRENT ASSETS.
Brought forward  '   $43,851,587 94
CASH AND ADVANCES:
CASH BALANCES IN TREASURY       $ 200 83
CASH   BALANCES    IN   HANDS    OF   GOVERNMENT
AGENTS AND CODDECTORS     1,672,332  92
CAN.   BANK   OP   COMMERCE,   CURRENT   ACCOUNT 1,166,365 63
ADVANCES TO DEPARTMENTS    786,4163 77
ADVANCES TO SCHOOL TRUSTEES OF RURAL DIST. 730 00
ADVANCES TO LAND SETTLEMENT BOARD     1,537,811 33
ADVANCES TO " CONSERVATION FUND "     220,000 00
ADVANCES TO" INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT FUND" 110,000 00
ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE :                                                                        $ 5,493,904 4S
ARREARS,  ASSESSED TAXES       $ 1,034,050 00
ARREARS, PROBATE AND SUCCESSION DUTIES. .. 446,822 43
ARREARS, TIMBER ROYALTY AND STUMPAGE  282,895 47
LOANS UNDER THE " DAIRY ASSOCIATIONS ACT " 2,600 00
LOANS   UNDER   THE   "AGRICULTURAL
ASSOCIATIONS .4.CT "    $190,400 00
LESS SINKING FUNDS       34,221 25
  156,178 75
LOANS UNDER "BETTER HOUSING ACT, 1919"... 581,900 00
LOANS UNDER THE " WATER ACT, 1914 "     700 00
LOANS UNDER THE " CORPORATION OP THE DISTRICT OF SOUTH VANCOUVER AID ACT, 1918 " 806,760 26
STUMPING POWDER PURCHASE ACCOUNTS    35,893 39
B.C.  LOAN TRUSTEES     58',456 54
DOMINION    GOVERNMENT,    ACCRUED    INTEREST,
TERMS   OF   UNION     7,287 76
VARIOUS    MINES     (ROYALTIES    AND    TAXES    ON
COAL AND COKE)     48,823 69
SUNDRY  DEBTORS     108,1961 11
LIVE STOCK, STORES, AND EQUIPMENT: 3,oi0,o64 40
DEPARTMENT OP AGRICULTURE    $ 35,008 01
THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL    70,257 65
EDUCATION     16,440 65
FINANCE     9,0*2 24
LABOUR      1,90'2 00
LANDS     184,202 00
MINES     19,166 51
.     PROVINCIAL  SECRETARY    262,494 28
PUBLIC   WORK'S     318,828 00
RAILWAYS     19,214 00
  93'6,555 34
SPECIAL FUNDS:
LAND REGISTRY AISKUR2UMCE FUND, INVESTMENT
ACCOUNT       $ 76,310 96
FOREST PROTECTION FUND    115,533 40
 191,844 36
TRUST ACCOUNTS:
CANADIAN BANK OP COMMERCE :
Vancouver and Districts Joint Sewerage and Drainage
Board      $ 486,902 44
Canadian Northern Pacific Railway Co.—
Branch Lines Account    860,652 31
Terminals Account  1,114,969 98
Pacific Great Eastern Railway Co  161,57'3 49
Workmen's Compensation Board     57,203 05
French's Complex Ore Reduction Co., Ltd  50 67
Lands Branch, Trust Account    59,141 19
Forest Branch, Trust Account    140,665 75
Water Rights  Branch,  Trust Account     S'o.SlO' 02
Estates of Insane Persons  36,739' 08
Dominion Government Grant re Agriculture    11,944 47
       2,965,65'2 45
 13,158,521 03
Carried forward    •   $57,010,108 97 11 Geo. 5     Public Accounts, 1st April, 1919, to 31st March, 1920. B ix.
ENDED 31st MARCH, 1920—Continued.
CURRENT LIABILITIES.
Brought forward     $43,851,587 94
TEMPORARY LOANS:
TREASURY   BILLS :
" LOAN ACT, 1917 "       $      700,000 00
" CORPORATION OF THE DISTRICT OF SOUTH
VANCOUVER AID ACT, 1918 "  790,000 00
" LOAN ACT,  1919 "           1,120,000- 00
" DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIES ACT, 1919 ". . 60,000 00
 $  2,670,000 00
ACCOUNTS PAYABLE:
APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS       $ 2,132,879 06
OTHER  ACCOUNTS     137,201 94
INTEREST ACCRUED ON PUBLIC DEBT     460,478 44
 2,730,559 44
REVENUE RECEIVED IN ADVANCE :
DOMINION GOVERNMENT, TERMS OP UNION    148,496 00
SPECIAL FUNDS:
" CONSERVATION  FUND "       $ 742 43
" INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT FUND "     14,004 11
INTESTATE   ESTATES     624,391 21
SUITORS' FUNDS     159,584 50
'SURPLUS MONEYS FROM TAX SALES     28,278 84
OFFICIAL   GUARDIAN     27,744 95
RURAL DISTRICTS SCHOOL TAX  7,049 76
 861,795 80
TRUST ACCOUNTS :
VANCOUVER   AND   DISTRICTS   JOINT   SEWERAGE
AND DRAINAGE BOARD       $     486,902 44
CANADIAN NORTHERN PACIFIC R.AILWAY CO.—
BRANCH LINES ACCOUNT     860,652 31
TERMINALS ACCOUNT  1,114,969 98
PACIFIC GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY CO  161,573 49
WORKMEN'S  COMPENSATION  BOARD     57,203 OS
FRENCH'S COMPLEX ORE REDUCTION CO., LTD... 50 67
LANDS BRANCH, TRUST ACCOUNT    59,141  19
FOREST BRANCH,  TRUST  ACCOUNT     140,665  75
WATER RIGHTS BRANCH, TRUST ACCOUNT    3'5,810 02
ESTATES OP INS.iNE PERSONS     36,739 08
DOMINION GOVERNMENT GRANT RE AGRICULTURE 11,944 47
 2,965,652 45
_ $9,376,503 69
BALANCE:
BEING EXCESS OF CURRENT ASSETS OVER CURRENT LIABILITIES      3,782,017 34
 13,158,521 03
Carried  forward       $57,010,108 97 B x.
Public Accounts, 1st April, 1919, to 31st March, 1920.
BAI^NCE-SHEET FOR THE YEAR
DEFERRED ASSETS.
Brought forward     $57,010,108 97
PACIFIC GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY CO. (Interest on Guaranteed Bonds)   $ 3,084,4.15 37
PACIFIC GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY CO.  (Loan Account)        6,306,045 43
BANK   OF   VANCOUVER   (In   Liquidation)    (Amount   in   Special   Deposit
Account)     100,086  37
x  10,090,547 17
$67,100,656 14 11 Geo. 5       Public Accounts, 1st April, 1919, to 31st March, 1920.
B xi.
ENDED 31st MARCH, 1920—Continued.
DEFERRED   LIABILITIES.
Brought forward    $57,010,108 97
BALANCE:
BEING BOOK VA1LUES OP " DEFERRED ASSETS," THE ULTIMATE REALIZATION
OP WHICH CANNOT BE DETERMINED .AT THIS DATE      10,090,547  17
$67,100,656 14
I CBRTIPTY THAT the foregoing Balance-sheet is in agreement with the books of the Government of
the Province of British  Columbia as at 31st March, 1920.
The amount at which the " Arrears of Assessed Taxes " appear in the Balance-sheet under Current
Assets represents the totals shown by the .Assessment Rolls, less deductions for cancellation of taxes due
to the operation of the " Soldiers' Homestead Act," and other items which may prove to be uncollectablc.
Victoria, B.C.,
31st December, 1920.
A. N. MOUAT, C.A.,
Comptroller-General. B xii.              Public Accounts, 1st April, 1919
, to 31 st March, 1920.
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PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
SUMMARIZED  COMPARATIVE   STATEMENT   OF   ESTIMATED  AND
ACTUAL REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE FOR THE FISCAL
YEAR ENDED 31st MARCH, 1920.
Estimated.
$
53,000 00
833,000 00
3,500 00
6,358,215 13
36,000 00
2,184,600 00
35,000 00
2,000 00
126,000 00
251,175 00
66,000 00
36,900 00
$
9,985,390 13
$ 1,412,050 62
lOO.'OOO 00
13,430 00
271,334 00
919,402 00
1,844,540 00
727,277 50
16,955 00
866,001 00
103,880 00
330,238 89
2,331,880 '00
2,092,874  00
42,830 00
$11,072,693 01
2,242,190 00
$13,314,883 01
REVENUE.
CURRENT ACCOUNT:
Department of Agriculture	
,, the  Attorney-General	
Education	
,, Finance 	
,, Fisheries  	
L4.NDS  	
.Labour	
Legislation (Private Bills Fees)  	
Department of Mines	
,,   ,, the Provincial Secretary ....
,, Public Works  	
„ Railways   	
Total Revenue  	
EXPENDITURE.
CURRENT ACCOUNT:
Public Debt  	
Legislation 	
Premier's Office 	
Department of Agriculture	
,, the Attorney-General	
„ Education	
,, Finance 	
Fisheries   	
„ Industries   	
,, Lands	
,, Labour 	
,, Mines	
the Provincial Secretary. .. .
■   „ Public Works  	
„ Railways   	
Total Current Account 	
CAPITAL ACCOUNT (charged to Income) :
Total Expenditure (charged to Income)
Actual.
33,006 84
1,851,075 85
4,993 23
8,415,193 26
35,814 46
2,941,646 18
24,548 91
2,910 OO
138,473 74
306,204 22
67,693 74
40,042 32
$13,861,602  75
$ 1,482,589
34
111,125
36
11,665
65
264,220
15
1,039,208
04
2,227,374
65
818,956
41
16,728
28
7,424
90
974,745
09
70,427
25
247,528
21
1,993,720
10
2,223,492
99
78,796
45
$11,568,002
87
1,942,268
92
$13,510,271 79 B-xiv. Public Accounts, 1st April, 1919, to 31st M.arch, 1920.
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
DETAILS OF REVENUE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED 31st MARCH, 1920.
Estimated.
SERVICE.
Received.
22,000 00
31,000 00
53,000 00
1,500 00
50,000 00
75,000 00
17,500 00
250,000 00
35,000 OO
80,000 00
200,000 00
60,000 00
25,000 00
10,000 00
7,500 00
20,000 00
1,500 00
833,000 00
2.500 00
1,000 00
3,o'0O 00
$ 29,151 06
180,000 00
313,984 00
100,000 00
$   623,135 06
220,000 00
200,000 00
1,600,000 00
19,080 07
210,000 00
75,000 00
1,000,000 OO
750,000 00
150,000 00
750,000 0O
250,000 00
75,000 00
38.000 00
4,500
00
300,000
60,000
33,500
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$6,358,215
13
$
36,000
00
CURRENT ACCOUNT.
Department of Agriculture.
Horticultural Inspection Fees and Licences  	
Miscellaneous   (including "Seed-grain Act,  1918")
Total	
Depart2\ient of the Attorney-General.
Dog   Licences	
Fees for Incorporation of Joint-stock Companies, etc..
Fees, etc., under Insurance Acts  	
Fees under " Moving Pictures Act "  	
Fees under " Motor-traffic Regulation Act "   	
Fines and Fees of Court	
Game  Licences   	
Land Registry Fees  	
Law   Stamps	
" Prohibition Act "   (Profits)   	
Reimbursements for Keep of Prisoners   	
Sheriffs'  Fees   	
Trade Licences  	
Miscellaneous    	
Total.
Department of Education.
Fees for Teachers' Examinations and Certificates
Sale of Text-books   	
Total.
Department of Finance.
Dominion of Canada—
Annual Interest  	
„       Subsidy   	
,,      Grant per capita  	
,,      Grant for Lands conveyed	
Amusements Tickets Tax   	
Coal and Coke Tax   	
Income   Tax   	
Interest—
" Dyking Assessment Adjustment Act, 1905 "
Sinking Fund Investments   	
Miscellaneous   	
Land Taxes—
Real  Property   	
Wild Land, Coal and Timber Lands	
Mineral Tax   	
Personal Property Tax   	
Poll  Tax   	
Probate Pees	
Rents—
B.C. House, London, England	
Miscellaneous Rents   	
Revenue  Service Refunds   	
Rural District School Taxes	
Succession Duties 	
Unworked Crown-granted Mineral Claims—Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts   	
Total.
Department of Fisheries.
Fishery and Cannery Licences, etc	
Carried forward.
16,471 39
16,535 45
1,581 00
94,984 95
90,692 06
16,995 43
354,222 50
41,869 84
121,002 00
353,453 64'
66,925 22
653,281 62
7,361 77
11,782 98
28,322 50
8,600 34
3,530 45
1,462  78
$ 29.151 06
180,000 OO
313.984 00'
100,000 00
%   623,135 06
320,472 92
195,054 92
2,012,671 47
19,080 07
218,964 21
500,851  26
1,149,212 27
1,132,440 90
158,287 88
954,336 64
255,990 00
77,342 58
43,128 66
90 50
19,768 92'
230,874' 12
374,320 83
58,443 96
70,726 00
33,006 S4
1,851,075 85
4,993 23
8,415,193 26
35,814 46
$10,340,0S3 64 11 Geo. 5     Public Accounts, 1st April, 1919, to 31st M.arch, 1920.
B xv.
DETiUDS OF REVENUE, HTC—Continued.
Estimated.
SERVICE.
Received.
$       2,500 00
'75,000 00
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued.
Department or Lands.
$     10,410 32
103,150 33
293,050 36
64,226 86
7,553 31
82,000 28
1,273,422 22
798,511  02
236,839 05
49,825  63
22,65'6 20
$10,340,OS3 64
50,000 00
45,000 00
500 00
65,000 00
1,150,000 00
585,000 00
150,000 OO
55,000 00
6,600 00
Total	
Department of Labour.
Legislation.
$2,184,600 0O
$     '35,000 00
2,941,646 18
24,548 91
$        2,000 00
2,910 00
Department op Mines.
$        1,25'7 44
58,650 55
1,003 00'
75,378 75
2,175 00
$        1,000 00
57,000 00'
1,000 00
67,000 00
$   126,000 00
138,473 74
Department of the Provincial Secretary.
$     11,109 56
168,611  42
20,635 00
89,92$ 10
4,084 40
7,422 19
4,396 02
3,017 53
$        5,000 00
160,000 OO
14,000 00
60,000 00
2,000 00
6,000 00
3,000 00
1,175 OO
Department or Public Works.
$   251,175 00
306,204 22
$      33,420 85
15,024 25
8.513 30
4;950 08
3,793- 20
1,992 06
$     27,000 00
5,000 00
4,000 00
Total	
Department of Railways.
$     66,000 00
67 693 74
$     35,775 85
4,2661 47
$      36,900 00
$      36,900 00
40,042 32
$9,985,390 13
$13,861,602 75
PROVIfsOAL LIBRAR'
VICTORIA, B. C. / B xvi.
Public Accounts, 1st April, 1919, to 31st March, 1920.
APPROPRIATION AND EXPENDITURE
SUMMARY showing Amounts appropriated, expended, unexpended, and over-expended for the
Fiscal Year ended 31st March, 1920.
No.
of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Total
Appropriation.
Unexpended.
Over-
expended.
10
12
13
14
15
CURRENT ACCOUNT.
Public Debt.
Page B 1
Main   Estimates    $1,393,830 02
Supplementary Estimates   ....        20,000 00
Statutory          181,941 78
Legislation.
Pages B 2-3
Main Estimates    $100,000 00
Supplementary Estimates        16,600 00
Premier's  Office.
Page B 3
Main Estimates   $ 13,430 00
Statutory,  " Civil Service Act " 167 50
Department of Agriculture.
Minister's Office : rages B 3-4
Main Estimates $  11,140 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act " 25 00
General Office : Pages B 4-5
Main   Estimates    $ 43,144 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act "      2,984 23
Horticultural Branch : Pages B 5-6
Main   Estimates    $  15,800  00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act "      1,571 36
Inspection   and   Fumigation   of   Imported
Fruit, etc. : Page B 6
Main   Estimates    $  13,480  00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act "      2,903 54
Special Warrant No. 28        3,500 00
Control op Fruit Pests, Diseases, etc. :
Pages B 6-7
Main Estimates   	
Entomology and Plant Pathology :
Page B 7
Main Estimates   	
Prairie Markets Commissioner:    Page B 7
Main   Estimates    $    6,760 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act " 380 00
Coast Markets Commissioner : Page B 8
Main Estimates $ 8,700 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act " 1,042 00
Special Warrant No. 36     500 00
Live Stock Branch : Page B 8
Main Estimates $  35,780 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act "      1,648 52
Statistics :                                    Pages B 8-9
Main Estimates   	
Tubercular Cattle, Compensation, etc. :
Pages B 9-10
Main Estimates   	
Automobile Accessories :              Page B 10
Main Estimates  	
Carried forward 	
$  1,595,772 40
116,600 00
$        13,597 50
19,973 54
15,000 00
7,160 00
7,140 00
10,242 00
37,428 52
4,120 00
33,500 00
4,250 00
$  1,482,5S9  34
$      111,125 36
10,941 87
43,025 50
14,842 70
15,420 70
7,239 44
2,536 20
7,631 64
9,729 23
36,734 92
1,613 93
32,471 38
3,578 71
$    113,183 06
1,931 85
223  13
4,552 84
7,760 56
4,623  80
$      213,478  65
$      185,766 22
512 77
693 60
2,506 07
1,028 62
671 29
2S.204 07
$        401 64 11 Geo. 5     Public Accounts, 1st April, 1919, to 31st March, 1920. B xvii.
No.
of
Vote.
17
18
19
20
21
22
21
25
28
29
31
32
34
SERVICE.
Brought forward	
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued.
Department of Agriculture—Continued.
Agricultural Fairs., etc. :     Pages B 10-11
Main Estimates   $ 35,000 00
Special Warrant No. 28           3,000 00
Farmers' Institutes, etc. :   Pages B 11-12
Main Estimates   	
Women's Institutes, etc. :    Pages B 12-14
Main Estimates $    8,000 00
Special Warrant No.   28           3,500 00
B.C. Bee-keepers' Association:   Page B 14
Main  Estimates   	
B.C. Dairymen's Association:     Page B 14
Main  Estimates   	
B^C. Entomological Society :       Page B 14
Main  Estimates   	
B.C. Fruit-growers' Association:
Page B 14
Main Estimates   	
B.C. Goat-breeders' Association:
Page B 14
Main Estimates   	
B.C. Poultry Association:           Page B 14
Main Estimates   	
B.C. Stock-breeders' Association:
Page B 14
Main Estimates   	
B.C. Wool-growers' Association:
Page B 14
Main Estimates   	
B.C. Seed-growers' Association:
Page B 14
Main Estimates   	
Board of Horticulture :               Page B 14
Main Estimates   	
Departmental Exhibits : Page B 15
Main Estimates $    2,000 00
Special Warrant No. 30           1,500 00
Compensation re Foul-brood in Bees :
Page B 15
Main Estimates   	
Control of Noxious Weeds :         Page B 15
Main Estimates   	
Grants to British Columbia Students :
Page B 15
Main Estimates   	
Statutory:
" Seed-grain Act, 1918 "  	
" Pound District Act Amendment Act "...
Department of the .Attorney-General.
Attorney-General's Office:
Pages B 15-16
Main Estimates   	
General Office: Page B 16
Main Estimates $ 30,710 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act " 316 32
Supplementary Estimates  500 00
Carried forward 	
B
Total
Appropriation.
213.47S 65
3S,000 00
10,000 00
11,500 00
500 00
2,500 00
250 00
3,000 00
500 00
1,500 00
2,500 00
750 00
2,500 00
500 00
3,500 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
55 60
331 85
$  204,360 10
$   11,520 00
31,526 32
43,046 32
30,079 19
11,537 73
11,651 68
500 00
2,500 00
' 250 00
3,000 00
500 00
1,500 00
2,500 00
750 00
2,483 25
13 15
3,134 63
135 25
531 60
1,000 00
55 60
331 85
Unexpended.
9,761 92
31,350 22
41,118 14
1,920 81
16 75
486 85
365 37
864 75
468 40
$  32,327 00
$   1.75S 08
$   1,928 18
Over-
expended.
$   491 64
1,537 73
$  2,181 05 B xviii. Public Accounts, 1st April, 1919, to 31st March, 1920.
No.
of
Vote.
36
37
39a
46
47
SERVICE.
Brought forward	
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued.
Department of the Attorney-General—
Continued.
Joint-stock Companies and Insurance
Branch : Page B 19
Main Estimates $ 14,490 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act "      1,324 44
Supplementary Estimates   .... 250 00
Municipal Branch :                  Pages B 17-18
Main Estimates   	
Censor of Moving Pictures :
Pages B 1S-19
Main Estimates $ 14,112 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act "       2,096  00
Supplementary Estimates   .... 750 00
Administration of. " Prohibition Act " :
Tage B 19
Main Estimates $ 45,950 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act "      2,654 09
Special Warrants Nos. 1, 11, 32'     6,500 00
Sheriff's Office, Vancouver :      Page B 20
Main Estimates $    8,830 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act "      1,411 00
Supplementary Estimates   .... 500 00
Sheriff's Office, Victoria :        Page B 66
Supplementary Estimates  	
Land Registry Offices.
Kamloops : Pages B 20-21
Main Estimates $  16,186 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act "      5,208 46
Supplementary Estimates   ....       1,170 00
Nelson: Pages B 21-22
Main Estimates $  13,968 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act "      1,573 04
New Westminster: Pages B 22-23
Main Estimates $ 22,267 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act "      8,650 65
Special Warrant No.' 25     500 00
Supplementary Estimates   .... 300 00
Prince Rupert :                                  Page B 23
Main Estimates   	
Vancouver : Pages B 23-24
Main Estimates $ 43,652 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act "       8,749 45
Special Warrant No. 25     500 00
Victoria : Pages B 24-25
Main Estimates $  29,799 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act "    10,826 31
Special Warrant No.  25     500 00
Supplementary Estimates   ....       1,500 00
Supreme and County Courts.
Chiilliwack :                                    Page B 25
Main Estimates   	
Ladysmith : Page B 25
Main Estimates $       325 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act " 120 00
Nelson : Page B 25
Main Estimates $    2,291 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act " 187 75
Special Warrant No. 25    100 00
New Westminster : Page B 26
Main Estimates $    5,904 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act "       $575 00
Special Warrant No. 25     250 00
Carried forward  	
Total
Appropriation.
$        43,046 32
16,064 44
6,335 00
16.95S 00
55,104 09
10,741 00
4,000 00
31,717 65
6,574 00
2,345 00
$  336,270 51
$   41,118 14
14,255 72
6.25S 23
14,653 61
17,877 05
10,655 36
3,533 55
22,460 38
15,916 4S
32,016 SS
5,957 29
53,283 36
$  291,022 15
Unexpended.
1,928 18
1,808 72
76 77
2,304 39
37,227 04
85 64
466 45
616 71
Over-
expended.
209 23
38 04
$  1,004 62 11 Geo. 5     Public Accounts, 1st .^pril, 1919, to 31st March, 1920.
B xix.
No.
of
Vote.
57
59
61
06
SERVICE.
Brought forward	
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued.
Department of the Attorney-General—
Continued.
Supreme and County Courts—Continued.
Prince Rupert : Page B 26
Main Estimates    $     2,725  00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act " 20 00
Vancouver : Pages B 26-27
Main Estimates $ 23,571 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act "      5,289 10
Supplementary  Estimates   ....       1,500 00
Victoria :   .. Pages B 27-28
Main Estimates $  24,565 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act "      2,S01  95
Supplementary Estimates   ....       1,000 00
Official Stenographers :               Page B 28
Main Estimates   	
Provincial Police : Pages B 28-51
Main Estimates $278,220 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act "    30,642 17
County Gaols.
Nelson :                                      Pages B 51-52
Main Estimates   	
Oakalla Prison Farm: Pages B 52-54
Main Estimates   $ 56,570 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act "      4,4S0 27
Supplementary Estimates   ....       6,500 00
Industrial Schools.
Boys' School: Pages B 54-56
Main Estimates $ 39,018 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act " 124 52
Supplementary Estimates   ....      5,000 00
Girls' School : Pages 56-58
Main Estimates $  23,335  00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act " 544 99
" Infants' Act " and Refuge Homes :
Page B 5S
Main Estimates   	
Summoning and paying Witnesses :
Page B 5S
Main Estimates $ 16,000 00
Special Wararnt No.   25           2,500 00
Supplementary Estimates   .... 500 00
Grand and Petit Jurors : Page B Qs
Main Estimates $ 15,000 00
Special Warrant  No.   25     5,250 00
Supplementary Estimates   .... 2,500 00
Prosecution and Interpreters :
Pages B 5S-60
Main Estimates $ 17,000 00
Special Warrant No.  62           5,500 00
Expenses of Inquests:         Pages B 00-62
Main Estimates   	
Rewards :                                          Page B 62
Main Estimates   	
Allowance to Sheriffs :      Pages B 62-63
Main Estimates  	
Constitutional Litigation and  General
Law Costs : Page B 63
Main Estimates $ 10,000 00
Special Warrant No.  8         20,000 00
Carried forward   	
Total
Appropriation.
30,360 10
28,366 95
5.9S8 00
15,952 00
67,550 27
45,042 52
19,000 00
22,750 00
22,500 00
6,500 00
2,000 00
11,000 00
30,000 00
993,267 51
2,458 68
27,333 56
5,720 35
44.21S 63
24,496 81
11,906 08
20,003 27
22,553 32
20,271 73
5,294 25
2,125 00
7,093 11
27,096 35
937,904 69
Unexpended.
1,033 39
267 65
7,289 3S
2,503 92
2.22S 27
1,205 75
2,903 65
72,S05 94
Over-
expended.
1,003 27
125 00
17,533 12 B xx. Public Accounts, 1st April, 1919, to 31st March, 1920.
No.
of
Vote.
67
68
69
70
72
74
76
78
82
83
Brought forward	
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued.
Department of the Attorney-General—
Continued.
Motor-traffic Regulation : Page B 63
Main Estimates   $ 14,000 00
Special Warrant No.  16           7,000 00
Game Protection :
Main Estimates   .
' Infants' Act "
Main Estimates
Pages B 63-64
rage B 64
Special Surveys : Page B 65
Main Estimates $     2,500 00
Special Warrant No. 25     750 00
Stipendiary Magistrates :              Page B 65
Main Estimates   	
Incidentals and Contingencies : Page B 65
Main Estimates $    5,000 00
Special Warrant No.  74           2,500 00
Promotion of Uniformity of Provincial
Legislation in Canada :          Page B 65
Main Estimates  	
Compensation re N. Arciiambault :
Page B 65
Supplementary Estimates  	
Special Warrant No. 2: Page B 65
Re Estate John Charles Lual, deceased.
Statutory: Pages B 65-66
"Benevolent Societies Act Amendment Act"
" Sandon Receivership Cancellation Act "..
" Puhlic Utilities Commission "   	
" Revenue Act," R.S. 1911, " Motor-traffic
Regulation Act "   	
Department of Education.
General Office : Page B 67
Main Estimates $  22,034  00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act " 337 80
Supplementary  Estimates   ....       2,300 00
Total
Appropriation.
Free Text-book Branch :       Pages B 67-68
Main Estimates $  73,756  00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act " 427 13
Agricultural Education :      Pages B 68-69
Main Estimates $ 19,900 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act " 866 70
Industrial Education : Pages B 69-70
Main Estimates $ 24,865 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act " 60 00
Special  Warrant  No.   35           6,000  00
Supplementary  Estimates   .... 100 00
Inspection of Schools :        Pages B 70-71
Main Estimates $ 43,440 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act "      9,379 00
Supplementary  Estimates   ....       2,900 00
Normal School, Vancouver : Pages B 71-72
Main Estimates $ 29,410 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act "      3,635 00
Normal School, Victoria :     Pages B 72-73
Main Estimates $ 29,635 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act "      2,800 00
Special Warrant No. 33           2,500 00
Supplementary  Estimates   .... 550 00
Education of Deaf, Dumb, and Blind :
Page B 73
Main Estimates   $ 14,000 00
Supplementary Estimates   ....       4,000 00
998,267 51
21,000 00
35,000 00
3,250 00
3,300 00
7,500 00
1,500 00
1,500 00
2,3S4 08
22 25
259 07
15,049 20
410 00
$ 1,104,442 11
$   24,671 80
31,025 00
33,045 00
Carried forward
202,S95 63
937,904 69
21,066 54
27,701 OS
19,883 80
2,596 96
2,593 36
6,023 01
914 00
1,500 00
2,384 08
22 25
259 07
15,049 20
1,039,208 04
20,073 43
26,015 3S
11,321 23
53,716 73
35,469 32
16,119 61
254,658 68
Unexpexpc-.d.
7,298 92
116 20
653 04
706 64
576 99
586 00
$  82,833 73
?   4,598 37
14,367 30
19,703 77
2,002 27
$  43.4S5 63
Over-
expended.
$ 17,599 66
$  5,248
$  5,248 .
11 Geo. 5     Public Accounts, 1st April, 1919, to 31st March, 1920. B xxi.
No.
of
Vote.
SERVICE.
89
90
02
97
Brought forward .........
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued.
Department op Education—Continued.
Pee Capita Grant to Cities : Pages B 73-74
Main Estimates $560,000 00
Supplementary Estimates           6,000 00
Per Capita Grant to Municipalities :
Page B 74
Main Estimates    $320,000 00
Supplementary Estimates         18,000 00
Per Capita Grant to Rural School
Districts :                                     Page B 74
Main Estimates   	
Salaries op Teachers in Assisted
Schools :                                       Page B 74
Main Estimates   	
Salaries of Teachers in E. & N. Railway
Belt : Page  B 74
Main Estimates   	
Grants to Libraries :                      Page B 75
Main Estimates   	
Grant in Aid op Manual Training Equipment :                                              Page B 75
Main Estimates   	
Erection op New  Buildings  and Maintenance   and    Repairs    op   School
Buildings : Pages B 75-76
Main Estimates $125,000 00
Special Warrant No.  5       20,000 00
Examination   of   Teachers   and   High
School Entrance Classes :    Page B 76
Main Estimates $ 13,500 00
Special Warrant No. 12           2,500 00
Conveying Children to Central schools :
Pages B 76-77
Main Estimates $     6,500 00
Supplementary Estimates   ....       2,000 00
Contingencies :                                  Page B 77
Main Estimates   	
Statutory : Page B 77
Chap, 74, " Public Schools Act Amendment
Act,   1918 "    :	
Sec.   8,   " Public  Schools  Act   Amendment
Act, 1919 "	
Department op Finance.
Minister's Office: Pages B 77-78
Main Estimates $ 10,900 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act " 120 00
General Office : Page B 7S
Main Estimates $  24,000 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act »'      4,556 90
Inspector  of  Trust   Companies,   Probate
and Succession Duties :   Pages B 7S-79
Main Estimates $ 11,300 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act " 631 92
Special Warrant No. 14           3,625 00
Controlling and Audit Branch :
Pages B 79-80
Main Estimates $ 42,700 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act "      4,597 64
Supplementary Estimates   ....       1,000 00
Carried forward  	
Total
.yppr o pr i at ion.
.$  292,895 63
S  254,658 68
566,000 00
569,520 16
338,000 00
351,676 90
• 130,000 00
122,191 55
345,000 00
346,075 15
SO, 000 00
"5,292 05
1,000 00
425 99
2,000 00
1,971 S3
145,000 00
111,245 49
16,000 00
15,998 13
S.500 00
8,060 88
4,500 00
4,448 58
1S5,389 92
185,389 92
ISO, 418 74
ISO,418 74
$ 2,294,704 29
,$ 2,227,374 65
$   11,020 00
S   10,738 61
2S.556 90
26,812 73
15,556 92
15,413 57
48,297 64
48,532 25
$  103,431 40
$  101,497 16
Unexpended.
43.4S5 63
13,676 00
7,808 45
1,075 15
4,707 35
574 01
2S 17
33,754 51
439 12
51 42
90,850 53
1,744 17
143 35
Over-
expended.
$    5,248 68
3,520 16
23,520 89
234 61 B xxii.
Public Accounts, 1st April, 1919, to 31st March, 1920.
No.
of
Vote.
99
100
102
103
104
105
106
107
112
113
115
116
SERVICE.
Brought forward	
' CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued.
Department of Finance—Continued.
Surveyor of Taxes :                Pages B 80-83
Main Estimates   	
Bureau of Information: Page B 83
Main Estimates $    7,500 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act " 120 00
Supplementary Estimates   .... 800 00
Agent-General's Office, London, Eng. :
Pages B 83-85
Main Estimates   	
Government Agents and Assessors, etc.
tiLRERNi Agency : Page B 85
Main Estimates   $    6,450 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act " 456 19
Supplementary Estimates   .... 100 00
Anyox Agency :                         Pages B S5-86
Main Estimates   	
Ashcroft Agency : Page B S6
Main Estimates $    4,320 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act " 47S 06
Supplementary Estimates   ....       1,000 00
Atlin Agency :                         Pages B S6-87
Main Estimates   	
Barkerville Sur-agency : Page B 87
Main Estimates $    3,130 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act " 140 00
Clinton Agency : Page B 87
Main Estimates $    5,300 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act " 363 33
Cranbrook Agency : Pages B 87-88
Main Estimates $  11,700 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act " 811 60
Supplementary Estimates   .... 900 00
Cumberland Agency : Page B 88
Main Estimates $    5,110 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act " 874 88
Supplementary  Estimates   .... S00 00
Duncan Agency : Pages B SS-89
Main Estimates $    4,579 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act " 873 91
Supplementary Estimates   .... 300 00
Fairview Agency : Page B S9
Main Estimates $    6,200 00
Supplementary Estimates   .... 400 00
Fernie Agency: Pages B 89-90
Main Estimates $    8,310 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act " 748 00
Fort Fraser Agency : Page B 90
Main Estimates $    3,589 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act " 133 20
Supplementary Estimates   .... 400 00
Fort George Agency : Pages B 90-91
Main Estimates $    9,140 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act "      1,510 05
Golden Agency : Page B 91
Main Estimates $    7,422 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act " 540 00
Grand Forks Agency : Page B 91
Main Estimates $    5,419 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act " 470 00
Carried forward  	
Total
Appropriation.
Expended. Unexpended.
Over-
expended.
$      103,431 46
62,140 00
8,420 00
7,006 19
3,650 00
5,708 06
11,292 00
3,270 00
5,663 33
13,411 00
6.7S4 SS
9.05S 00
4,122 20
10,650 05
7,962 00
$      357.S73 IS
45,663 68
S.813 33
3,184 55
5.61S 68
10,150 01
3,255 02
5,660 55
13,323 64
7,071 47
5,S22 00
9,197 60
4,150 39
9,876 07
7,634 99
337,515 09
2,168 91
$        234 61
1,118 62
465 45
179 38
1,141 99
509 67
1,807 14
69 09
139 60
$      23,432 98
$     3,074 11 Geo. 5     Public Accounts, 1st April, 1919, to 31st March, 1920. B xxiii.
No.
ot
Vote.
121
123
126
127
128
129
130
SERVICE.
Brought forward	
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued.
Department of Finance—Continued.
Government Agents and Assessors—Continued
Greenwood Agency : Page B 92
Main Estimates $    4,675 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act " 195 00
Kamloops Agency : Page B 92
Main Estimates $ 13,200 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act "      1,709 66
Supplementary  Estimates   .... S00 00
Kaslo Agency : Page B 93
Main Estimates $    9,980 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act "      2,156 00
Lillooet Sue-agency : Page B 93
Main Estimates $    4,000 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act " 203 33
Merritt Agency: Pages B 93-94
Main Estimates $    4,932 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act "      1,037 89
Nanaimo Agency : Page B 94
Main Estimates $ 14,000 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act " 686 26
Supplementary Estimates   ....       1,500 00
Nelson Agency : Pages B 94-95
Main Estimates $ 11,760 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act "      2,543 07
New Westminster Agency :   Pages B 95-96
Main Estimates $ 24,300 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act " 543 26
New Denver Sub-agency : Page B 96
Main Estimates $    2,200 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act " 147 00
Nicola Agency :                               Page B 96
Main Estimates   	
150-Mile House:   . Page B 97
Main Estimates -. $    3,800 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act " 732 26
Prince Rupert Agency :        Pages B 97-98
Main Estimates 8 21,000 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act "      2,223 02
Supplementary Estimates   ....       1,700 00
Princeton Agency : Page B 98
Main Estimates $    5,328 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act " 34 07
Quesnel Agency: Pages B 98-99
Main Estimates .$ 16,910 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act "      3.57S 42
Supplementary Estimates   ....       6,000 00
Queen Charlotte Islands Sub-agency :
Page B 99
Main Estimates S    1,050 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act " 60 00
Revelstoke Agency : Pages B 99-100
Main Estimates £ 10,712 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act "      1,323 55
Supplementary Estimates   .... 800 00
Rossland Agency : Page B 100
Main Estimates $    8,740 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act " 382 00
Smithers Agency : Pages B 100-101
Main Estimates $ 12,580 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act "      1,389 03
Supplementary Estimates   ....       1,600 00
Carried forward   	
Total
Appropriation.
$      357,873 18
4,S70 00
12,136 00
4,203 33
5,969 SO
16,186 26
14,303 07
24,843 26
2,347 00
300 00
4,532 26
24,023 02
26,4SS 42
1,110 00
12,835 55
9,122 00
15,569 03
$      558,084 00
$      337,515 09
4,362 22
3,858 75
16,664
36
14,338
34
25,073
75
1,994
45
300
00
25,237 24
1,126 47
9,151 32
15,216 5S
540,273  51
Unexpended.
23,432 98
507 78
344 58
352 55
$      24,990 34
Over-
expended.
$     3,074 89
362 92
144 OS
909 06
29 32
6,579  85 B xxiv.
Public Accounts, 1st April, 1919, to 31st March, 1920.
No.
of
Vote.
136
137
138
143
144
145
146
150
150a
Total
Appropriation.
Brought forward	
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued.
Department of Finance—Continued.
Government Agents and Assessors—Continued
Telegraph Creek Agency : Page B 101
Main Estimates $    2,180 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act " 160 00
Trout Lake Sub-agency : Page B 101
Main Estimates $    1,345 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act " 120 00
Vancouver Agency : Pages B 101-104
Main Estimates $ 79,110 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act "      0.2S9 17
Supplemeutary Estimates.  ....       5,500 00
Vernon Agency : Pages B 104-105
Main Estimates $  14,664 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act "      2,159 45
Supplementary Estimates   ....       1,500 00
Victoria Assessor: Page B 105
Main Estimates $ 17,400 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act "      3,173 43
Wilmer Sub-agency : Pages B 105-106
Main Estimates $    2,085' 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act " 36 00
Supplementary Estimates   .... 150 00
Yale Sub-agency : Page B 106
Main Estimates $    2,270 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act " 84 00
Sundry Sub-agencies :         rages B 106-107
Main Estimates   	
Printing Public Accounts :        Page B 107
Main Estimates   	
Interest on Suitors' Funds and Official
Guardian Deposits : Page B 107
Main Estimates   	
DELiNQUErjT Extra-Municifal School
Taxes : Page B 107
Main Estimates $ 20,000 00
Statutory, " Public Schools Act,
1911," chap.  206,  sec.  76..       2,050 01
Operation of the " Amusements Tax
Act " :                                       Page B 107
Main Estimates   	
Miscellaneous, not detailed in Estimates :                               Pages B 107-110
Main Estimates	
Refund to Judicial Trustee, McNamee
Estate:                                     Page B 110
Main Estimates   	
Refund of Tax-sale Costs, J. B. Holmes :
Page B 110
Supplementary Estimates  	
Riots Claims Settlement : Page B 110
Statutory, chap. 72, 1919 $ 56.87S 60
Special Warrant No. 4          2,965 65
Statutory:
Chap. 46, sec. 3, 1919, " Pre-emptors' Free
Grants Act "   	
Chap.  79, sec.  17, 1919- " Taxation Act "
Sec.   25 (3),   "Taxation   Act   Amendment
Act,   1918 "    	
/
Department of Fisheries.
Pages B 110-111
Main Estimates	
$      55S.6S4 00       $      540,273  51
2,340 00
1,465 00
93,899 17
18,323 45
20,573 43
2,271 00
2,354 00
2,000 00
4,500 00
22,056 01
5,640 00
60,000 00
3,500 00
59,S44 25
617 44
524 S4
870,676  19
10,955 00
2,428 16
1,332 52
19,5S0 39
2,258 92
2,397 44
2,265 00
22,056 01
5,609 56
30,615 01
3,334 45
617 44
524 S4
24 60
%
818,956 41
$
16,728 28
Unexpended.
S      24,900 34
132 48
05 OS
2,235 00
S      60,222 79
Over-
expended.
%    6,579  S5
SS 16
1,256 94
S     8,503 01 11 Geo. 5     Public Accounts, 1st April, 1919, to 31st March, 1920. B xxv.
No.
of
Vote.
153
162
103
164
165
167
168
169
170
SERVICE.
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued.
Department of Industries.
Page B 111
Statutory   	
Department of Lands.
Minister's Office :              Pages B 111-112
Main Estimates   	
General Office : Pages B 112-113
Main Estimates S 85,792 00
Supplementary Estimates   .... 200 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act "    27,536 19
Lands Branch : Page B 113
Main Estimates $    7,744 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act "      1,863 29
Forest Branch: Pages B 113-115
Main Estimates $135,656 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act "    38,299 66
Water Branch : Page B 115
Main Estimates $ 39,840 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act "      2,157 17
Survey Branch: Pages B 115-116
Main Estimates  $ 42,864 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act "    15,333 97
Grazing Commission : Page B 116
Main Estimates ..$    4,380 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act " 120 00
British Columbia Soldier Settlement :
Page B 116
Main Estimates   	
General -. Pages B 116-117
Main Estimates $    7,500 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act ".. 93 82
Expenses (including General Office and
Branches) :                          Pages 117-124
Main Estimates   	
Forest Protection Fund  (" Forest
Act ") :                                        Page B 124
Main Estimates   	
Lumber Trade Extension : Pages B 124-125
Main Estimates 	
Rainfall and Climatic Statistics :
Page B 125
Main Estimates   	
General Water Surveys : Pages B 125-127
Main Estimates $ 30,000  00
Special Warrant No. 21         15,000 00
Well-drilling, Salaries and Expenses,
etc. : Page B 127
Main Estimates $ 12,000 00
Special Warrants Nos. 9 and 13    10,000 00
SrEciAL Studies ; Duty of Water :
Page B 127
Main Estimates   	
B.C. Hydrometric Survey:          Page B 127
Main Estimates  	
Lithograph Maps :                        Page B 127
Main Estimates	
Land Surveys : Page B 128
Main Estimates $110,000 00
Special Warrant No. 38         15,000 00
Carried forward  	
Total
Appropriation.
113,528 10
9,607 29
173,955 06
58,197 97
4,500 00
6,360 00
7,593 82
135,110 00
120,000 00
40,000 00
700 00
22,000 00
1,500 00
5,000 00
8,000 00
125,000 00
930,005 10
7,424 90
9,607 20
173,955 66
41,997 17
4,500 00
4,765 00
7,593 S2
132,S1S
569 00
5,000 00
4,795 71
127,883 16
905,762 47
Unexpended.
1,595 00
117,889 35 ;     2,110 65
11,416 59
131 00
360 31
1,500 00
Over-
expended.
$  2,883 16
$  2.SS3 16 .
B xxvi.          Public Accounts, 1st April, 1919, to 31st March, 1920.
No.
of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Total
Appropriatpon.
Expended.
Unexpended.
Over-
expended.
$     930,605 10
$      905,762 47
$      27,725 79
$     2,883  16
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued.
Department op Lands—Continued.
171
172
Photo-topographical Surveys : Page B 12S
18,600 00
13,500 00
17,635 69
7,528 62
964 31
5,971 38
Supplementary Estimates   ....       1,600 00
Grazing,  Range Improvements,  and  General Expenses :                         Page B 128
173
Publicity :                                          Page B 129
15,000 00
2,304 43
12,695 57
174
General Investigations :             Page B 129
5,000 00
2,648 34
2,351 66
175
Contingencies :                                Page B 129
10,000 00
6.9S0 31
3,019 69
176
Irrigation Convention :                Page B 129
500 00
500 00
176a
B. E. Appel, Compensation in respect op
Trespass on Pre-emption No. 1320:
Page B 129
250 00
250 00
176b
W.  Tytler, Refund in respect of Timber
Licences Nos. 5516 and 5517:
Page B 129
3,S28 00
3,000 00
40 00
3,700 00
3,000 00
40 00
12S 00
176c
W. Dykes and A.  J. J.   Smith, Compensation in respect op Trespass on Timber
Licence No. 43761:                 Page B 129
176d
J. C. Gibson, Refund op Amount received
13th July, under Certificate op Pur-
- chase    No.    749    (S.),    subsequently
disallowed:                               Page B 129
Statutory:
Chap. SO, 1918,  "Soldiers' Land Act"...
Refunds of purchase price of Crown Lands
Chap.    57,    1919,    " Coal   and    Petroleum
15,349 77
4,619 28
4,156 18
270 00
15,349 77
4,619 28
4,156 IS
270 00
Special Warrant :
No. 19.   Gratuity to the widow of the late
G. R. A. Ball	
$  1,024,718 33
$      974,745 09
8      52,856 40
$     2,883 16
Department op Labour.
177
General Office :                             Page B 131
$        17,500 00
$        11,466 24
$        6,033  76
178
Minimum Wage-board :         Pages B 131-132
8,220 00
7.04S 23
1,171  77
179
Vancouver Employment Bureau :
Pages B 132-133
Main Estimates $ 27,600 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act "      2,588 01
30,18S 01
27,548 73
2,639 2S
ISO
Victoria Employment Bureau :   Page B 133
Statutory, " Civil Service Act "          596 04
10,616 04
7,998 65
2,617 39
181
Prince Rupert Employment Bureau :
Pages B 133-134
4,620 00
2,124 SS
2,495 12
1S2
New Westminster Employment Bureau :
Page B 134
Carried foricard   	
4,320 00
1,781 16
2.53S S4
$        75,464 05
,$        57,967 S9
$      17,496 16
• 11 Geo. 5     Public 44ccounts, 1st .April, 1919, to 31st March, 1920.        B xxvii.
No.
of
Vote.
183
184
185
186
1S7
188
190
191
192
197
198
SERVICE.
Brought forward	
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued.
Department of Labour—Continued.
Nanaimo Employment Bureau : Page B 134
Main Estimates   	
KAMLoors Employment Bureau :
Page B 134
Main  Estimates   	
Nelson Employment Bureau :
Pages  B 134-135
Main Estimates   	
Cranbrook Employment Bureau :
Page B 135
Main Estimates   	
Fernie Employment Bureau :    Page B 135
Main Estimates   	
Sub-agencies:                    _   Pages B 135-136
Main Estimates    .'.:	
Department of Mines.
Minister's Office:             Pages B 136-137
Main Estimates   	
General Office:                             Page B 137
Main Estimates   	
Mines Inspection Branch :
Pages B 137-138
Main Estimates   	
Bureau of Mines : Pages B 13S-139
Main Estimates $ 15,494 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act " 224 67
Mine-rescue and Training Stations :
Page B 139
Main Estimates   	
Vancouver Chamber of Mines : Page B 140
Main Estimates $    5,000 00
Special Warrant No. 30           2,500 00
Chap. 43,   1916,  " Mines Development
Act," Supplementary :          Page B 140
Main Estimates   	
Chap.   41,   1917,   " Mineral  Survey and
Development Act," Supplementary :
Pages B 140-141
Main Estimates   	
Statutory : Pages B 141-142
Chap. 43, 1916, " Mines Development Act "
Chap.    41,    1917,    " Mineral   Survey   and
Development Act "	
Chap,  59,  1919,  sec.  7,   " Iron-ore Supply
Act "   	
Chap.   12,   1916,   see.   3,    " Complex   Ore
Process Aid Act "   	
Chap.   16,    1918,    " Complex   Ore   Process
Further Aid Act "  	
Special Warrant : Page B 142
No. 26.    Gratuity to the widow of the late
John Newton	
Department of the Provincial Secretary.
Minister's Office :                       Page B 142
Main Estimates   	
General Office: Pages B 142-143
Main Estimates $ 11,802 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act " 640 00
Carried forwarW	
Total
Appropriation.
.$        75,464 05
4,320 00
4,320 00
4,320 00
4,320 00
10,tl00 00
$      107,004 05
$ 9,895 00
17,660 00
38,180 00
15,718 67
16,970 00
7,500 00
80,000 00
75,000 00
19,874 36
497 35
2,248 00
2,000 00
875 00
630 00
$  287,048 3S
9,390 00
12,451 00
21.S41 00
57,967 80
2,136 25
2,043 99
1,774 71
1,789 80
2,355 70
70,427 25
9,861 25
17,403 42
34,669 63
13,464 96
14,060 99
7,500 00
54,468 15
69,975 10
19,874 30
497 35
2,248 00
2,000 00
875 00
$  247,528 21
9,355
$   21,669 63
Unexpended.
1,961 09
2,276 01
2,545 29
2,530 20
7,644 36
1,636 SO
% 33 75
256 58
3,510 37
2,253 71
2,900 01
5,024 90
39,520 17
$ 34 32
137 05
•$ 171 37
Over-
expended. B xxviii.        Public Accounts, 1st April, 1919, to 31st March, 1920.
No.
of
Vote.
201
205
207
20S
209
210
211
212
213
213a
214
215
216
SERVICE.
Brought forward	
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued.
Department of the Provincial Secretary—
Continued.
Provincial Board of Health :
Pages B 143-146
Main Estimates $  46,774  00
Supplementary Estimates   ....     10,000 00
Provincial Library and Archives :
Pages B 146-149
Main Estimates 8 18,996 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act "      3,344 60
Special Warrants Nos. 22 and 31     2,300 00
Provincial Museum : Page B 149
Main Estimates $    8,400 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act " 850 41
Mental Hospital, New Westminster :
Pages B149-155
Main Estimates   	
Mental Hospital, Essondale :
Pages B 155-160
Main Estimates $251,256 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act "      5,141 87
Colony Farm and Nursery :
Pages B 160-163
Main Estimates $ 58,880 00
Special Warrant No. IS        12,000 00
Criminal Insane Hospital, Saanich :
Pages B 163-165
Main Estimates $ 31,370 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act "      3,911 02
Special Warrant No. 37           6,000 00
Provincial Home, Kamloops :
Pages B 165-166
Main Estimates $ 37,937 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act " 5 41
Statutory Grants to Hospitals :
Pages B 166-167
Main Estimates   	
Special Grants to Hospitals :   Page B 167
Main Estimates   	
Grants  to Refuge Homes, Aid  Societies,
etc. : Pages B 167-16S
Main Estimates   	
In Aid of Destitute Poor and Sick :
Pages B 168-169
Main Estimates $ 20,000 00
Supplementary Estimates   ....       5,000 00
In Aid of Resident Physicians :
Pages B 169-170
Main Estimates   	
Burial of Indigent Persons :    Page B 170
Main Estimates   	
King's Printer : Pages B 170-173
Main Estimates $161,193 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act "      2,266 94
Special Warrant No.  27         10,000 00
Supplementary Estimates   ....       4,000 00
Civil Service Commission :
Pages B 173-175
Main Estimates   	
Registration of Voters :            Page B 175
Main Estimates   	
Royal Commissions : Pages B 175-176
Main Estimates $     5,000 00
Special Warrant No. 24           5,000 00
Grants to Civil Servants and Employees
on Military Duty : Page B 176
Main Estimates   	
Carried forward   	
Total
Appropriation.
21,S41 00
56,774 00
24,640 60
9,250 41
189,012 00
256,397 87
41,281 02
37,942 41
500,000 00
25,000 00
7,000 00
25,000 00
11,050 00
2,000 00
177,459 94
17,320 00
2,500 00
4
10,000 00
50,000 00
1,535,349 25
.$        21,669 63
70,880 00 82,595 31
58,482 25
25,398 16
8,331 35
190,270 85
240,254 13
40,428 27
38,266 01
434,584 99
24,960 14
6,500 00
22,472 81
9,023 61
1,933 51
180,465 58
12,813 25
2,907 09
7,453 46
17,735 35
$ 1,42%,545
Unexpended.
919 06
16,143 74
65,415 01
39 86
500 00
2,527 19
2,026 39
66 49
2,546 54
32,264 65
Over-
expended.
$  1,70S 25
757 56
1.258 S5
$ 127,979 80 11 Geo. 5     Public Accounts, 1st April, 1919, to 31st March, 1920. B xxix.
No.
of
Vote.
219
220
221
222
223
224
225
228
229
229a
232
233
234
Brought forward	
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued.
Department of the Provincial Secretary—.
Continued.
Grant to University of British Columbia .
Page B 176
Main Estimates   $285,000 00
Special Warrant  No.   217       103,000 00
Grant to City of Greenwood :   Page B 177
Main Estimates   	
Grant to City of Phoenix :       Page B 177
Main Estimates   	
Grant to City of Rossland:      Page B 177
Main Estimates   	
Grant to Pacific North-west Tourist
Association :                           Page B 177
Main Estimates   	
Grant for Patriotic Purposes, Returned
Soldiers' Aid Commission:   Page B 177
Main Estimates    -	
Superannuation :                             Page B 178
Main Estimates   	
Salaries of Civil Servants and Employees
returning from overseas service (not
otherwise provided for) :    Page B 178
Maiu Estimates   	
Assessment on Class 13, Workmen's
Compensation Board :             Page B 178
Main Estimates   	
Salaries of Members of Workmen's
Compensation Board : Page B 178
Main Estimates % 16,000 00
Statutory, " Workmen's Compensation Act Amendment
Act,  1919 "     500 00
Civil Servants' Bonuses :          Page B 179
Main Estimates   	
Contingencies :                                Page B 179
Main Estimates   	
J. R. Hamilton, Recompense for Destruction of Dwelling-house :     Page B 179
Supplementary Estimates  	
Special Warrant : Page B 149
No. 6.    Chap. 48, sees. 4 and 7,  " Public
Libraries Act, 1919 "  	
Department of Puelic Works.
Minister's Office: Page B 179
Main Estimates $ 10,420 00
Supplementary  Estimates   .... 450 00
General Office : Pages B 179-180
Main Estimates $ 43,924  00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act "      6,833 47
Special Warrant No. 23        2,000  00
Supplementary Estimates   ....      1,400 00
District Engineers : Pages B 180-181
Main Estimates $ 42,620 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act "      3,717 06
Special Warrant No. 34        2,000 00
Supplementary Estimates   ....       1,300 00
Steam-boiler Inspection :   Pages B 181-182
Main Estimates   	
"Electrical Energy Inspection Act":
Page B 183
Main Estimates   	
Carried forward  	
Total
Appropriation.
1,535,349 25
388,000 00
1,000 00
-4,500 00
12,000 00
12,500 00
250,000 00
60,000 00
100,000 00
25,000 00
16,500 00
100,000 00
Expended.
Unexpended.
2,506,549 25
10,870 00
49,637 06
52,857 00
6,730 00
$  174,251 53
$ 1,420,545 75  $ 127,079 80
388,000 00
1,000 00
4,500 00
12,000 00
12,500 00
56.S49 77
49,140 30
25,000 00
16,500 00
976 07
200 00
1,993,720 10
54,617 86
51,882 28
49,319 47
171,350 54
193,150 23
10.S59 70
100,000 00
100,000 00
23 93
$ 532,013 66
3,537 53
$   5,606 60
Over-
expended.
$ 19,176 30
2,245 22
$ 2,705 61 'ublic Accounts, 1st April,
to 31st March, 1920.
No.
of
Vote.
235
236
237
238
240a
244
245
246
SERVICE.
Brought forward	
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued.
Department of Public Works—Continued.
" Factories Act " : Page B 1S3
Main Estimates $     7,433 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act " 147 00
Maintenance of  Government House and
Grounds : Pages B 183-1S4
Main Estimates   $ 16.S36 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act " 51S 41
Special Warrant No. 10  S50 00
Supplementary Estimates   ....       8,000 00
Maintenance of Parliament Buildings
and Grounds : Pages B 1S4-187
Main Estimates . .'. $104,740 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act "      6,151 67
Special Warrant No. 34        9,200 00
Supplementary Estimates   ....       9,000 00
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves :
Pages  B 187-232
Main Estimates    $1,613,879 00
Special Warrants Nos. 7 and
10  15,000 00
Supplementary Estimates  . ..        30,000 00
Steamboats, Ferries, and Bridges :
Pages B 233-244
Main Estimates   $193,435 00
Supplementary Estimates   ....     15,500 00
Department of Railways.
General Office : Pages B 244-245
Main Estimates   $ 17,830 00
Statutory, " Civil Service Act "      1,934 01
Fraser River Bridge, New Westminster :
Pages B 245-246
Main Estimates $ 25,000 00
Special Warrant No. 15      23,000 00
Supplementary Estimates           6,500 00
.   CAPITAL ACCOUNT.
(Expenditures out of Income.)
Sinking Funds : Pages B 247
Main Estimates $830,790 00
Statutory       120,537 37
Pacific Great Eastern Railway—Interest
on Guaranteed Bonds, due 15th July,
1919, AND 15th July, 1920: Page B 247
Main Estimates   	
British Columbia House, London, Englanl
—Instalment  on Mortgage :
Page B 247
Main Estimates   	
Songhees Reserve :                      Page B 247
Main Estimates   	
Johnson Street Bridge, Victoria :
Page B 247
Main Estimates   	
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves :
Pages B 248-249
Main Estimates   	
Boys' Industrial School, Vancouver :
Page B 249
Main Estimates	
Carried forward  	
Total
Appropriation.
$      174,251 53
7,580 00
26,204 41
120,091 07
1,65S,879 00
208,935 00
2,204,041  01
$        19,764 01
54,500 00
S 74,264 01
951,327 37
700 00
000 00
$ 2,2S0,527 37
Unexpended.
$      171,350 54
7,639 39
26,092 12
127,690 77
185,272 39
$  2,223,402 99
19,933 43
58,863 02
$        78,796 45
%      951,327 37
9,700 00
167 50
$  1,S81,727 S6
$        5,606  60
23,662 61
$      30,7S2 40
$      59,391 93
49,832 50
200,000  00
20,575 OS
$    404,799 51
Over-
expended.
$    2,705 61
46,568 7S
$  49,333  78 11 Geo. 5      Public Accounts, 1st April, 1919, to 31st March, 1920. B xxxi.
No.
of
Vote.
247a
249
253
254
255
SERVICE.
Brought forward	
CAPITAL ACCOUNT—Continued.
(Expenditures out of Income—Continued.)
Industrial School and subnormal Boys'
School :                                    Page B 249
Supplementary Estimates  	
Office Building and Residence combined,
Hope : Page B 250
Main Estimates   	
Addition to Government Buildings,
Prince Rupert : Page B 250
Main Estimates $    3,000 00
Special Warrant No. 39          1,400 00
Court-house and Police Building, Ocean
Falls : Page B 250
Main Estimates $    7,000 00
Special Warrant No. 20          1,800 00
Police Station and Quarters,  Bridge
Crossing, Chilcotin River:
Main Estimates   	
Page B 250
Police Station and Quarters, Yaiik :
Page B 250
Main Estimates $    2,500 00
Supplementary Estimates   .... 700 00
Police Stations and Quarters at other
Points :                                     Page B 250
Main Estimates   	
Mental Hospital, Essondale:
Main Estimates   	
Page B 250
Colony Farm, Essondale: Pages B 250-251
Main Estimates   	
Special Warrant :
No.   3.     Additional   stone-work   on   Courthouse, Vernon  	
RECAPITULATION.
Current Account :
Public Debt   	
Legislation    	
Premier's Office	
Department  of  Agriculture   	
Department of the Attorney-General   . . .
Department of Education  	
Department of Finance	
Department of Fisheries  	
Department of Industries   	
Department of Lands   	
Department of Labour	
Department of Mines	
Department of the Provincial Secretary.
Department of Public Works	
Department of Railways	
Total Current Account   	
Capital Account (charged to Income) ...
Total expenditure (charged to Income)
fiscal year 1919-20   	
Total
Appropriation.
$  2,2S6,527 37
10,000 00
3,000 00
4,400 00
8,800 00
3,500 00
3,200 00
' 5,000 00
37,500 00
14,700 00
2,707 50
$ 2,379,334 S7
1,595.
116.
13
294.
1,104.
2,294
870.
16
7.
1,024,
107
287
2,506
2,204
74.
772 40
600 00
597 50
366 10
442 11
704 29
676 19
955 00
424 90
718 33
,004 05
048 38
549 25
041 01
264 01
$12,519,124 12
2,379,334 S7
$14,S9S,458 99
1,SSI,727 86
4,307 58
11 20
2,860 00
4 20
20,323 79
11,556 55
2,707 50
$ 1,042,268 92
1,482.
Ill,
11,
264,
1,039.
2,227.
818.
16,
7.
974,
70,
247.
1,993,
2,223.
78,
589 34
125 36
065 65
220 15
208 04
374 65
956 41
728 28
424 90
745 09
427 25
528 21
720 10
492 99
796 45
$11,56S,002 S7
1,942:268 92
$13,510,271 79
Unexpended.
$ 404,799 51
340 00
4,995 SO
17,176 21
3,143 45
437,149 74
113,1S3 06
5,474 64
1,031 S5
32,327 00
82,833 73
90,850 53
60,222 70
226 72
52,856 40
36,636 80
30,520 17
532,013 66
30,782 40
$1,078,S59 75
437,149 74
$1,510,009 49
Over-
expended.
S3 79
S3 79
$  2.181 05
17,599 66
23,520 S9
8,503 01
2.SS3 16
19.1S4 51
49,333 7S
4,532 44
$127,738 50
83 70
$127,S22 29  DETAILS OF EXPENDITUEE
FOR   THE
Fiscal Yeae.Ended 31st Maeoh, 1920.
CURRENT ACCOUNT.
Votef SERVICE. Expended.
1. PUBLIC DEBT.
Interest   ($1,428,388.76) :
" Loan Acts, 1891, 1893, 1895, 1899, and 1902 "—Interest @ 3%
on amount of Inscribed Stock, viz., $9,921,936 $297,658 08
"Loan Act, 1914"—Interest @  4%%  on amount of Inscribed
Stock, viz., $7,275,000   327,375 00
" Loan Act, 1915 "-—Interest @ 4%% on Debentures of $3,130,000 140,850 00
" Loan Act, 1916 "—Interest @ 4%% on Debentures of $2,000,000 90,000 00
" Loan Act, 1916 "—Interest @ 5% on Debentures of $1,000,000.. 50,000 00
" Loan Act, 1916 "—Interest @ 5% on Debentures of $3,000,000.. 111,164 38
" Loan Act, 1916 "—Interest &, 5% on Debentures of $2,450,000.. 28,191 78
" Loan Act, 1917 "—Interest @ 5% on Debentures of $500,000. . . 25,000 00
" Loan Act, 1917 "—Interest @ 5% on Debentures of $300,000.. . 14,972 54
" Loan Act, 1917 "—Interest @ 5% on Debentures of $300,000. . . 13,047 95
" Loan Act, 1918 "—Interest @ 5%% on Debentures of $3,000,000 165,000 00
"Dyking  Debentures,   1897   and   1899"—Interest   @   3%%   on
$445,000     15,575 00
" Corporation of the District of South Vancouver Aid Act, 1918,"—
Interest @ 6% on Treasury Notes of $790,000  47,400 00
" Better Housing Act, 1919 "—Interest @ 5% on Debentures of
$750,000  29,537 67
. " Loan Acts, 1917 and 1919 " ;   " Department of Industries Act,
1919 "—Interest on Treasury Bills  72,616 36
  $1,428,388 76
Premium and Exchange   ($31,768.69) :
Premium  on  remittances for  payment  of  Coupons  " Loan  Acts,
1915, 1916, and 1918 " $ 31,026 19
Difference in rate of exchange  742 50
  31,768 69
Discount and Commission ($22,431.89) :
Y2 of 1% Commission to Loan Trustees on sums invested $       500 64
Annual Commission for inscribing and paying Interest on Inscribed
Stock          5,820 00
Brokerage, Dividend Warrant Stamps, and Postage in London. .. 907 64
Commission for payment of Interest on Loans of 1915, 1916, 1917,
and 1918  636 82
"Loan Act,  1917 "—Discount on  sale of $300,000 5%  20-year
Debentures        14,566 79
  22,431 89
Total expenditure, Public Debt    $1,482,589 34 B 2
Expenditures, 1st April, 1919, to 31st March, 1920.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Expended.
2. LEGISLATION.
Members' Indemnities ($81,781) :
Forty-seven Members @ $1,600 each  ' $ 75,200 00
Mileage:
Mcintosh, J. W.
MeKenzie, W. A.
Nelson. C. F.  ...
Rose, W. O	
Ross, W. R	
Schofield, J. H.
Smith, Mrs. M. E.
Stewart, H. . ..
Sutherland,  W.  H.
Thompson, J. E. W.
Walters, J	
Weant, .1. W.  . .
Whiteside,   D.   .
Willson, W. D.
Yorston, J. M.  .
.$165 00
. 277 50
. 67 00
. 40 00
. 20 00
. 400 00
. 40 00
. 252 00
. 321 00
. 230 50
. 40 00
. 57 00
. 326 50
. 326 50
. 160 00
. 40 00 	
Statutory Allowance to the Leader of the Opposition :
Bowser, W. J	
Anderson, F. W.
Buckham, J. A.
Burde, R. J. . .
Cowper, J. S. .
Duncan, K. F.
Fisher, A. I.. .
Hanes, G. S. . .
Jones, J. W. ..
Keen, Hon. John
MacDonald, K. C.
Macdonald, M. A.
MacKenzie,' F. J. A.
Manson, A. M.
Mobley, F. H.
McDonald, A. .
McGeer, G. G.
$ 40 00
218 50
278 00
320 00
40 00
335 00
40 00
70 00
230 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
46 00
338 50
242 00
5,081 00
1,500 00
Salaries ($10,330.92) :
Speaker of the House	
Deputy Speaker of the House . .
Clerk of the House	
Law Clerk	
Sergeant-at-Arms  	
Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms	
Secretary	
Attendants:
'   Berry, A. R $170 83
Christensen, E. V. A.. .  319 98
Cook, D 299 16
Ellis, H. C   299 16
Kelly, D. P   149 16
Pages:
Donaldson, J      88 75
Edwards,  J.  C      87 50
Gordon, M. R     38 75
Hall, D. J     77 50
Stenographers :
Carey, C. C	
Fulton, M. D	
Gibson,  E	
Jones, H. G   175 00
Unforeseen and unprovided:
Courtney, C. K '.  461 00
Cronk,  J   100 00
.Hon. J. Keen .
.A. M. Manson
.T. Fell	
. C. K. Courtney
. T. L. Barbour .
.M. G. McLeod .
.H. Hearns . .. .
 $
81,781 00
$ 1,800 00
500 00
1,200 00
600 00
630 00
395 00
395 00
15 00
22 50
172 50
Menzies, A $319 99
O'Hara, P  315 82
Selliek, D. W 299 16
Smith, R   299 16
McLernan, F      87 50
Nash,  G.  C      87 50
Soutar, J. S   87 50
Walker, S   47 50
Parfitt, L  177 50
Parks,  G  172 50
Robertson, R  188 50
Simpson, E  155 00
Jordan, C. W     25 00
Robertson, R   77 50
2.472 42
602 50
1,078 50
663 50
10,336 92
Expenses  ($19,007.44) :
Office Supplies, etc.:
B.C. Telephone Co., $376.90; M. & H. A. Fox, $10.80; King's
Printer, $385.18; postage, $217.90; World, Ltd., $6 $      996 78
Printing, Binding, etc.:
King's Printer, $13,463.10; Reliable Transfer Co., $1; Times
Printing & Publishing Co., $104      13,568 10
Furniture and Fixtures:
B.C.  Telephone  Co.,  $5.51;   Drake  Hardware  Co.,   $2;   D.
Spencer, Ltd., $12.84; Weiler Bros., $21.25   41 60
Select Standing Committees:
F. Allbutt, $1,237; C.P.R. Telegraph Co., $2.61; Empress
Manufacturing Co., $18.25; G.N.W. Telegraph Co., $8.87;
Kelly   Confection  Co.,  $15;   King  Beach  Manufacturing  Co.,
Carried forward  $ 14,606 48 $     92,117 92 11 Geo. 5       Expenditures, 1st April, 1919, to 31st March, 1920.
B 3
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Expended.
LEGISLATION—Continued.
Brought forward    $ 14,606 48 $     92,117 92
Expenses—Continued.
.Select Standing Committees—Continued.
$24.05; W. H. Malkin Co., $19.45; D. Spencer, Ltd., $16.95;
White Lunch, Ltd., $9.55; H. J. Witter, $20.55; Woodward
Departmental Stores, $9.30          1,381 58
Incidentals:
C. H. Bowes, $1.10; C.P.R. Telegraph Co., 50c; Colonist
Printing & Publishing Co., $46.80; J. Cronk, $47; Ivel's Pharmacy, $8.73; King's Printer, $S60.71; S. Leiser & Co., $28.65;
Mitchell & Duncan, $5; E. G. Prior & Co., $1.20; Times Printing & Publishing Co., $158.70; Vancouver " Province," $5.40;
Sun Publishing Co., $23.75; Weiler Bros., $12.51; W. & J.
Wilson, $22.50        1,222 55
Operation of Dining-room :
B.C. Sheet Metal Works, $7.50; N. F. McDonald, $1,488.60;
D. Spencer, Ltd., $124.40; Victoria Corporation, $5.36; Victoria
Fuel Co., $5.43; Victoria Gas Co., $32.76; Victoria Steam
Laundry, 95.45; Weiler Bros., $28.53; B. Wilson Co., $8.80...       1,796 83
19,007 44
Total expenditure, Legislation    $   111,125 36
.     PREMIER'S OFFICE.
Salaries ($10,547.50) :
The Premier   Hon. John Oliver	
Secretary    W. W. Baer	
Stenographers:
D. Black    $     22 50    M. Sibbald $25 00
$    7,500 00
1,920 00
H. M. Mullaly.   1,080 00
Expenses ($1,118.15) :
Office .Supplies:
B.C. Telephone Co., $17.15; C.P.R. Telegraph Co., $155.13;
Colonist Printing & Publishing Co., $9 ; Dominion Government
Telegraphs, $1.67; G.N. Telegraph Co., $90.86; King's Printer,
$336.80; R. Knox, $5.85; postage, $137.84; "Province"
(Vancouver), $4; "Sun"  (Vancouver), $5; Times Printing &
Publishing Co., $9; Wrigley Directories, Ltd., $10	
Travelling Expenses:
Hon. John Oliver	
1,127 50
$ 10,547 50
782 30
335 85
Total expenditure, Premier's Office    $     11,665 65
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.
4. Minister's Office.
Salaries ($8,665) :
The Minister Hon. E. D. Barrow
■Secretary    F. W. Laing	
Clerk and Stenographer M. Legg	
Expenses ($2,276.87) :
Office Supplies:
B.C. Telephone Co., $57.86; " B.C. Veterans' Weekly," $2.50;
Colonist Printing & Publishing Co., $9; Dominion Government
Telegraphs, $5.85 ; Hickman Tye Hardware Co., Ltd., $9 ; King's
6,000 00
1,920 00
745 00
8,665 00
Carried forward   $    8,665 00 Expenditures, 1st April, 1919, to 31st March, 1920.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Expended.
4.
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE—Continued.
Minister's Office—Continued.
Brought forward 	
8,665 00
Expenses—Continued.
Office Supplies—Continued.
Printer,   $164.85;   Lands  Department.  $20;   postage,   $80.36;
Smith & Champion, $13.50; Times Printing & Publishing Co.,
$9; Weiler Bros., $36   407 92
Travelling Expenses :
Hon. E. D. Barrow         1,868 95
Total expenditure, Minister's Office   $     10,941 87
5.
General Office.
Salaries ($26,628.23) :
Deputy Minister  	
Chief  Clerk   	
Accountant	
Statistician    	
Clerks:
F. H. Davey $
F. J. Fleury  	
L. Francis	
A.  J.  Hourston   ....   1
D. Johnson  	
General Assistant	
Stenographers :
V. F. Babington  ....
V. M. J. Brakes ....
F. Brooks   	
C. J. Clark  	
E. L.  Clarke   	
M.  Croft  	
M.  V.  Hamelin   	
Carpenter  	
Temporary Assistance :
Miss   Chivers   ......
J. J. Mouat  	
Messenger-boy   	
. D. Warnoek . ..
. W. J. Bonavia .
. W. T. Andrews
.G. H. Stewart . .
429 35
915 56
316 45
320 00
404 03
R. E. Mitchell $1,380 00
R. Murray     1,099 50
C. P. L. Pearson  ..  1,380 00
G. Pilmer   1,620 00
.A.  H.  Shotbolt
900 00    A. E. Hill $840 00
615 00    H. Hurley       8 75
180 32    L. Lees      720 00
130 00    G. M. Lindsay     615 00
65 00    M. F. Moffatt     42 50
10 00    M. Walsh       720 00
120 00    P. Warren    630 00
 U. E. Mackereth  	
42 50    J. W. McNeill   241 12
598 15    Maxwell  Smith    275 00
 E A Raines  	
Expenses ($10,397.27) :
Office Supplies, etc.:
American Association of Economic Entomologists, $6; American News Co., Ltd., $48.32; A. Bedford, $1.40; R. E. Berry,
Ltd., $7.15; B.C. Assay & Chemical Supply Co., Ltd., $6;
B.C.E.R. Co., Ltd., 35c; B.C. News Co., Ltd., $290.22; B.C.
Telephone Co., Ltd., $677.98; "B.C. Veterans' Weekly,"
$162.95; W. R. Burr, $2.15; R. Cahilty, $2.95; Cameron
Lumber Co., Ltd., $20.19; Canadian Express Co., $21.25; C.P.R.
Telegraph Co., $454.74; Canadian Photo Co., $26.25 ; Chilliwack
Telephone Co., $2.50; Chittenden & McKeen, $45.75; Clarke &
Stuart Co., Ltd., $163.21; Colonist Printing & Publishing Co.,
$63.60;, J. A. Curror, $108; Curtis Publishing Co., $1.75; J.
Day, $12; D. of C. Guarantee & Accident Insurance Co., $9;
Dominion Express Co., $296.02; Dominion Govt. Telegraph
Office, $11.80; Drake Hardware Co., Ltd., $81.91; A. E. Elliott,
$1.20; R. H. English, $5.70; E. & N. Rly. Co.. $13.02; Farmers'
Advocate, Ltd., $2.50; H. Fleming, $60.17; W. S. Fraser & Co.,
Ltd., $121.94; Gold Stripe, $200; J. L. Gordon, $77.70; P. A.
Gorse, $6.24; G.N.W. Telegraph Co., $155.96; G.W.V.A. Year
Book,  $200;   Hafer  Machine  Co.,  Ltd.,   $25;   D.   Hall,   $30;
4,000 00
1,920 00
1,6S0 00
440 00
8,864 89
1,500 00
5.596 57
1,200 00
1,156 77
270 00
26,628 23
Carried forward $ 26,628 23 $     10,941 87 11 Geo. 5       Expenditures, 1st April, 1919, to 31st March, 1920. B 5
V°0't°f SERVICE. Expended.
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE—Continued.
5. General Office—Continued.
Brought forward   $ 26,628 23 $     10,941 87
Expenses—Continued.
Office Supplies, etc—Continued.
Hawkins & Hajward, $40.50; Heaton's Agncy, $22.88; R. E.
Hewlett, 45c ; T. N. Hibben & Co., $1; Hickman Tye Hardware
Co., Ltd., $2.49; F. T. Hill, $9.57; G. R. Hookham & Co., $7;
Insley Press & Rubber Stamp Works, $1.20; International
Farm Congress, $2 ; Kamloops " Telegram," $2.88; Kelowna
"Courier," $3.80; Kelowna Farmers' Institute, $60; P.