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 "GOVERNMENT liquor ACT"
FIEST ANNUAL EEPOBT
or the
LIQITOK CONTEOL BOAED
of the province of
BRITISH COLUMBIA
for the period
JUNE 15TH, 1921, TO MAEOH 31ST, 1922
PRINTED   BY
AUTHORITY OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.
VICTORIA, B.C.:
Printed by William H. Cullin, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1922. ■
■
LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD.
A. M. Johnson, K.C., Chairman.
J. H. Falconer, Member. W. N. Winsby, Member.
E. E. Hose, Secretary. D. Ii. Macfarlane, Chief Accountant.
J. Paterson, Purchasing Agent. .
Offices of the Board:
411^17 Belmont House, Victoria, B.C.
Warehouses:
847 Beatty Street, Vancouver, B.C. 1019 Wharf Street, Victoria, B.C. To the Honourable James Alexander Macdonald,
Administrator of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour:
Sir,—I have the honour to transmit herewith the Report of the Liquor Control
Board for the period ending March 31st, 1922.
A. M. MANSON,
A ttorney- General.
Attorney-General's Departrwent,
Victoria, B.C., October 7th, 1922. Liquor Control Board,
Victoria, B.C., October 4th, 1922.
The Honourable A. M. Manson, K.C., M.P.P.,
Attorney-General, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—We have the honour to transmit herewith the Report of the Liquor Control
Board for the period ending March 31st, 1922.
We have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servants,
A. M. JOHNSON,
Chairman.
W. N. WINSBY,
Member.
J. H. FALCONER,
Member. REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD.
INTRODUCTION.
By Order in Council No. 512, approved April 13th, 1921, the Liquor Control Board as provided
for under section 92 of the " Government Liquor Act" was duly appointed.
Head offices for administrative purposes were established in the Belmont Building, 805
Government Street, Victoria, occupancy of the same commencing on May 1st, 1921. These offices
comprised rooms for the members of the Board and executive offices for the staff.
Adequate stocks of liquor were purchased by the Government (operating under the
"Prohibition Act") prior to and in anticipation of the coming into force of the "Government
Liquor Act," and the Board took steps to immediately secure suitable warehouse property to
take care of this liquor, which was sold to the Board for the sum of $1,413,680.83, representing
the prevailing market prices as at June 14th, 1921.
Publicity was given to the provisions of the Act relating to the purchase and consumption
of liquor, both through the press and by a synopsis distributed throughout the Province to
Provincial Police and Government Agents, and arrangements were made for the issuing of
permits by Government Agents commencing from the 1st day of June, 1921, in order to obviate
unnecessary delay to intending purchasers when the stores were ready to commence business.
On the recommendation of the Board a Proclamation was issued by the Lieutenant-Governor
in Council bringing the " Government Liquor Act" into force on June 15th, 1921 (British
Columbia Gazette, Vol. LXL, No. 22, page 1S54), on which date the "Clubs Regulation Act"
and the " British Columbia Prohibition Act" and amending Acts were .automatically repealed.
By the provisions of section 101, " Government Liquor Act," this report is required to include
statements covering:—
(a.) Business (nature and amount) transacted at the Government Liquor Stores.
(6.) Prosecutions (results),
(c.)  General information.
In order to make a comprehensive survey of the Board's activities the report has been
segregated to conform with the headings under which the provisions of the " Government Liquor
Act " are classified, namely :—
" Government Liquor Act" (Chap. 30, Statutes of B.C., 1921).
Government Liquor Stores.
Permits and Liquor kept under Special Permits.
Prohibitions.
Application of Act.
Taxation Provisions.
Interdiction.
Penalties and Procedure.
Liquor Control Board.
Accounting.
Regulations.
General Provisions.
By the provisions of section 106 of the Act this report is required to include the accounts
of the Board (Balance-sheets and Statements of Profit and Loss), certified to by the Comptroller-
General.    Appendices covering these accounts and showing statistical data as required by section
101 have therefore been grouped as follows:—
Appendices.
Appendix A.—Purchases and Sale of Liquor.
Statement of Accounts from June 15th, 1921, to September 30th, 1921.
Statement of Liquor purchased and paid for from June 15th, 1921, to September 30th, 1921.
Statement of Accounts from October 1st, 1921, to March Slst, 1922.
Statement of Liquor purchased and paid for from October 1st, 1921, to March 31st, 1922. D 6 British Columbia. 1922
Appendix B.—Enforcement.
Statement of Prosecutions for the Period June 15th, 1921, to March 31st, 1922.
Statement of Forfeitures of Liquor for the Period June 15th, 1921, to March 31st, 1922.
Appendix C.—Administration.
Regulations made by the Liquor Control Board.
General Order of the Board fixing Amount of Tax payable under Section 55, " Government
Liquor Act."
Price-lists issued by the'Provincial Government.
Chart illustrating  Sale of Liquor and Administration  of  " Government  Liquor  Act"   by
Electoral Districts.
Graph illustrating the Administration of the Liquor Control Board.
Statement of Stores and Premises leased or rented.
Printed Instructions to Vendors.
Printed Instructions to Permit Issuers.
Statement of Prescriptions for Liquor issued from June 15th, 1921, to March 31st, 1922.
Appendix D.—Permits.
Statement of Permits issued from June 1st, 1921, to March 31st, 1922.
GOVERNMENT LIQUOR STORES.
Establishment of Government Liquob Warehouses.
Warehouses were established in the Cities of Victoria and Vancouver to carry existing
stocks of liquor and subsequent purchases. These warehouses were known respectively as the
Pither & Leiser Warehouse, Victoria, and the Campbell Storage Warehouse, Vancouver.
The Campbell Storage Warehouse, comprising Lots 15, 16, 17, 18/68/541, a six-story building
situated at 847 Beatty Street, Vancouver, had been partially leased by the Government for
conducting the business of the " British Columbia Prohibition Act" and contained the stocks
of liquor on hand.
The Board decided to recommend the purchase of this warehouse at a price of $150,000, and
this suggestion meeting with the approval of the Department, arrangements were made for the
transfer of the property to the Government, this purchase being completed on May 1st, 1921.
The Pither & Leiser Warehouse, comprising Lots 8 and 9, Block 74, a six-story building
specially constructed for the handling of liquor situated at 1019 Wharf Street, Victoria, was
leased by the Board for a period of two years from June 15th, 1921, at a rental of $1,250
per month.
These two warehouses afforded adequate facilities for the storing, handling, bottling, and
distributing of liquor to the various Government Liquor Stores subsequently established throughout the Province.
Establishment of Government Liquor Stores.
To comply with the Proclamation bringing the Act into effect on June 15th, 1921, the Board
directed its attention, firstly, to establishing Government Liquor Stores in the more densely-
populated districts, seventeen stores being in readiness for business and open to the public for
the purchase of liquor on June 15th or during the week following this date.
In the selection of store locations the opinions of Local Boards of Trade and prominent
citizen organizations were invited, personal investigation being undertaken by members of the
Board in all cases where representation was made as to the necessity for a Government Liquor
Store. The stores were located in such towns and cities as would most readily facilitate the
purchase of liquor by inhabitants of the surrounding territory, and which at the same time were
situated to the best advantage, conducive to service, economy in freight rates, etc.
In certain cases store premises were remodelled to suit the business for which they were
required, minor alterations being all that proved necessary in the majority of cases to adapt
the premises to the requirements of the Board. 13 Geo. 5 Report of Liquor Control Board. D 7
In the windows of the Government Liquor Stores no liquor is exhibited, these windows being
painted dark green, with a circle in gold lettered " Government Liquor Store."
During the period under review Government Liquor Stores have been established in all
Provincial ridings, with the exception of Esquimalt, Islands, Kaslo, Richmond, Saanich, Slocan,
and South Vancouver, the undermentioned list showing the various locations of these stores :■—
Electoral  Districts. Government Liquor Stores.
Alberni  Port Alberni.
Atlin   Anyox.
Atlin.
Telegraph Creek.
Stewart.
Cariboo    Quesnel.
• Williams Lake.
Chilliwack  Chilliwack.
Abbotsford.
Columbia  Golden.
Comox    Courtenay.
Cumberland
Cowichan    Duncan.
Cranbrook   Cranbrook.
Delta Ladner.
Dewdney  Mission.
Coquitlam.
Fernie Fernie.
Michel.
Fort George  Pouce Coupe.
Prince George.
Grand Forks    Grand Forks.
Greenwood    Greenwood.
Kamloops    Kamloops.
Lillooet Lillooet.
Nanaimo Nanaimo.
Nelson    Nelson.
Newcastle    Ladysmith.
North Okanagan  Vernon.
New Westminster  New Westminster.
North Vancouver North Vancouver.
Omineca  Smithers.
Prince Rupert   Prince Rupert.
Revelstoke  Revelstoke.
Rossland    Rossland.
Similkameen  Keremeos.
Penticton.
Princeton.
South Okanagan   Kelowna.
Trail   Trail.
Vancouver   Vancouver (7 stores).
Victoria  Victoria (2 stores).
Yale Ashcroft.
Merritt.
Management oe Stores.
Supervisors.—Two officials were appointed to the position of Supervisor of Stores, their
duties being to advise the Vendors in the early stages of equipping and operating the stores
under their charge. These officials, in conjunction with the travelling auditors, directed and
assisted the Vendors in carrying out the instructions issued by the Board. • r.    -
D 8
British Columbia.
1922
The consignment of liquor for the outlying store at Pouce Coupe, in the Peace River
District, which required to be hauled from Grande Prairie, Alberta—a distance of some 90
miles—was personally superintended by the Supervisor of Stores, who met the shipment at
Edmonton, where the Alberta Provincial Police convoyed same to the British Columbia boundary,
the liquor arriving intact at the Peace River Store.
Vendors.—A Vendor appointed by Order in Council has heen placed in charge of each
Government Liquor Store, the number of staff assisting him being governed by the volume of
business transacted. Explicit instructions (see Appendix C) have been issued regarding his
duties and the management of the store, supplemented by- confidential advice as to discretionary
powers in cases not covered by these instructions.
Further directions of the Board have been issued, dealing with:—
Quantity of liquor allowed to be purchased under—
Individual permits.
Temporary individual permits.
Single-purchase permits.
Sale of liquor to druggists.
Sale of liquor under special permits.
Sale of beer.
Hours of sale.
Weekly half-holiday for employees.
Fire-prevention.
Heating of store premises.
Warning against selling to Indians.
Permits lost or destroyed.
Separate  instructions  regarding  banking
received were issued by the Chief Accountant.
arrangements and the handling of all moneys
Sale of Liquor to the Public
Government Liquor Stores have been stocked with a suitable variety of liquors, wines, beer,
etc., arrangements being made with the breweries throughout the Province to deliver beer direct
to the customer on receipt of instructions from the Vendor of the purchases made in his 'store.
All liquor is sold at prices fixed by the Government, price-lists being issued under Orders
in Council Nos. 813, 861, and 1025 (see Appendix C), and the official neck-seal is placed on every
package sold, except in the case of malt liquor.
PERMITS.
Individual and Temporary Individual Permits.
Application forms and permits covering the various classes of permit provided for in section
11 were prepared by the Board and distributed to the various Government Agents throughout
the Province, who were given authority to issue same on June 1st, 1921 (see Appendix C). In
certain outlying districts Provincial Police were authorized to issue permits and account for
the same through the nearest Government Agency, from whom they received the necessary forms.
The form adopted for the application and permit required hy the Act provided for countersignature of the permit by the permit-holder, and endorsation on the back of the same by the
Vendor, showing the nature and quantity of the liquor sold and the date of sale.
Single-purchase Permits.
The form issued for the single-purchase permit was drawn up to include both " application,
affidavit as to residence, and permit to purchase liquor," in order that such permits could only
be used for the specific purchase of liquor at the time applied for. Vendors were instructed to
retain these permits in the store, the sale of such permits being allowed at the Government
Liquor Stores only.
A liberal interpretation of section 13 of the " Government Liquor Act" appeared necessary
in order to eriable persons residing at a distance from the Government Liquor Stores to obtain 13 Geo. 5 Report of Liquor Control Board. D 9
permits without being put to unnecessary inconvenience, and a ruling of the Board of importance
in connection with this matter was embodied in the instructions, reading as follows:—
" Section 13 is interpreted by the Liquor Control Board to allow application to be made and
permits issued by mail to applicants residing at some distance from nearest issuing office, where
personal application would cause unnecessary inconvenience and expense, and provided the issuer
is satisfied that the applicant is entitled to same."
Special Permits.
The so-called " banquet permit" elicited considerable requests from public and private
organizations for special permits to consume liquor in a public place, the occasion generally
marking some annual or special gathering of lodges, soldier organizations, unions, literary and
athletic societies, picnics during the summer months of employees in large firms, and a few
private banquets in honour of distinguished visitors and other special occasions.
In all cases careful inquiries have been made by the Board as to the bona fides of the
applications received, and care has been exercised in the quantity of liquor allowed to be
purchased. Fees in payment of such permits were provided for by regulation (see Appendix C),
and 482 permits of this nature have been issued up to March 31st, 1922.
Other special permits as*provided for in the Act have been issued to druggists, physicians,
dentists, veterinaries, persons engaged in mechanical and manufacturing or in scientific pursuits,
ministers of the gospel, and persons in charge of hospitals or sanatoria, the details of these
permits being shown in Appendix C.
Receipts from Sale of Permits.
The moneys received from the sale of permits for the period under review, amounting to
$331,115.50, have been paid to the Minister of Finance as provided1 for in section 105 of the Act,
and as such form part of the general revenue of the Province.
A detailed statement showing the amount of sales under each variety of permit Is shown
as Appendix D.
Permits and Liquor kept under Special Permits.
Regulations were passed governing the records kept by druggists and the monthly returns
required to be made by them to the Liquor Control Board showing the business conducted.
Provision was also made for the bottling of brandy, gin, rum, and alcohol in quantities of
8 oz. to enable druggists to fill doctors' prescriptions for these amounts, and a regulation was
passed authorizing physicians to prescribe the above-mentioned liquor in quantities of 8 oz.
and upwards. On the recommendation of the Board the fee for special permits for druggists,
physicians, dentists, veterinaries, persons engaged in mechanical and manufacturing business or
in scientific pursuits, and persons in charge of hospitals or sanatoria was fixed at $5, a nominal
fee of $1 being fixed for permits authorizing ministers of the gospel to purchase wine for sacramental purposes.    (See Appendix C.)
PROHIBITIONS.
Prosecutions.
Appendix B shows in detail all prosecutions reported by the police for infractions of the
" Government Liquor Act," together with a statement of liquor forfeited to the Crown to
March 31st, 1922.
Attention is drawn to the following important decisions which have been rendered in
connection with cases which have come before the Court:—
Rex v. Army and Navy Veterans in Canada (Victoria Unit)—Appeal.
Rex v. Gold Seal, Limited, Vancouver, B.C.
Rex v. J. Fleming, Vancouver, B.C.—-Appeal.
Little v. Attorney-General—Appeal.
Rex v. Army and Navy Veterans in Canada.—Murphy, J., held that the " Victoria Unit" is
not a person within the meaning of the " Government Liquor Act," and no case can arise on
section 26, which contains a prohibition aimed at a " person " and at nothing else. D 10 British Columbia. 1922
Rex v. Gold Seal, Limited.—This marked the first successful prosecution in the Board's
endeavours to suppress illegal sale of liquor by firms holding warehouse licences, the defendant
company being fined $1,000.
Rex v. J. Fleming.—An excerpt from the oral reasons for judgment rendered by Cayley, J.,
read as follows: " I find the man guilty, as the Magistrate found him, but qualify the finding
of the Magistrate by finding that the intocsicating liquor of which he disposed was beer, and
therefore subject to the penalty only of section 63 of the ' Liquor Control Act' The accused
is therefore sentenced to a $50 fine and in default two months."
Little v. Attorney-General.— (Court of Appeal, Martin, J., dissenting). The Court of Appeal
upheld the judgment of Clement, J., who held that it was within the power of the Provincial
Legislature to impose a tax on liquor in possession not purchased from a Government Liquor
Store, as provided for under section 55 of the " Government Liquor Act."
Sale op Beer.
By an amendment to the Act passed at the second session of the Legislature, 1921, breweries
were required to label their beer with a distinctive label showing where, and by whom, the
beer was brewed.
*
APPLICATION OF ACT.
Export Liquor Business.
In all cases where application has been made for warehouse licences by export liquor dealers
the Board has taken steps to investigate the premises in which the applicants purpose conducting
their business.
Pharmaceutical and other Preparations.
By an amendment to the Act passed at the second session of the Legislature, 1921, the
consent of the Board is required in the case of manufacturers in bond making application for
licences from the Government of Canada to purchase liquor in bond direct from any licensed
distillery for the manufacture of any preparation which is permitted under his licence.
Up to March 31st, 1922, the consent of the Board was granted to the following firms:—
Dyson Vinegar Company Vancouver.
Kelly, Douglas & Company 	
W. H. Malkin Company  	
Empress Manufacturing Company 	
National Drug & Chemical Company of Canada 	
J. A. Teeporten, Ltd	
Canadian Druggists Supplies, Limited  	
David Spencer, Limited  	
Henrietta Toilet Preparations    	
Vancouver Drug Company 	
W. A. Jameson Coffee Company  Victoria.
TAXATION PROVISIONS.
Warehouse Licences.
Liquor dealers engaged in the business of importing and exporting liquor at the time the
Act came into force were required to take out a $3,000 licence. A protest was made by the
principal firms against the payment of this in full, owing Ito |the provision that such licences
should expire on December 31st in each year. There being no statutory provision for rebating
any portion of this amount, the Board demanded the full fee for the period from June 15th to 13 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
D 11
December 31st, 1921, and the following firms paid the fee and received warehouse licences during
the year 1921:—
Licence
No.
Name of Firm.
Place  of
Business.
Date of
Issue.
11.
2.
3
4
5.
6.
7.
8.
9
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
Dominion Trading Co	
National Exporters, Ltd. . . .
Northern Liquor Co., Ltd. . . .
Fernie Liquor Exporters, -Ltd
Rithet Consolidated, Ltd. .. .
Pither & Leiser  	
Middle West Wine Co	
Great West Wine Co	
Western Canada Liquor Co.  .
J. G. Brooks Co	
H. V. Pratt Co	
Davis Liquor Co	
Lloyd & Son,  Ltd	
Calgary Export Co., Ltd	
Globe Liquor  Co	
Vancouver.
Prince Rupert
Fernie .. .
Victoria. .
Vancouver..
Prince Rupert
Vancouver..
Grand Forks
1921.
June 17.
„ 17.
„ 21.
„ 21.
„ 23.
„ 23.
„ 23.
„ 24.
„ 27.
„ 27.
„ 28.
., 29.
„ 29.
7.
80.
10.
July
Aug
Those issued in the year 1922 to March 31st are as follows:—
Licence
No.
Name of Firm.
Place  of
Business.
Date of
Issue.
17
IS
w
2K>
at
22
23
24.
2&
26.
27
28
2S.
30.
31
32
33
34
35
Northern Liquor Co., Ltd	
Rithet Consolidated, Ltd	
Metropole Export Liquor Co., Ltd.
Fernie Liquor Exporters, Ltd. .. .
Globe Liquor Export Co., CLtd.   ..
Great West Wine Co	
J. G. Brooks,  Ltd	
National Exporters, Ltd	
Pither & Leiser, Ltd	
Calgary Export Co., Ltd	
Gold -Seal,  Ltd	
Dominion Trading Co., iLtd	
Middle West Wine Co., Ltd	
Nat Bell Wine Co., Ltd	
Davis Liquor Co.,  Ltd	
Victoria Exporters,  Ltd	
Lloyd & Son, Ltd	
Columbia Export Liquor Co	
Strathcona Export Co., Ltd	
Prince Rupert
Victoria....
Vancouver..
Fernie	
Grand Forks
Vancouver. .
Victoria...
Vancouver.
Prince Rupert
Vancouver
Victoria....
Vancouver..
Grand Forks
Cranbrook..
1922.
Jan.    3.
3.
3.
3.
3.
„       3.
3.
„      3.
3.
3.
3.
3.
4-
5.
„      6.
9-.
„    11.
Feb.  10-.
„    18.
Taxation of Liquob not purchased from a Government Liquor Store.
Liquor firms holding warehouse licences with branch agencies outside the Province continued
to take orders from the public for the purchase of liquor ostensibly imported from without the
Province. Certain firms also continued to issue circulars and price-lists to intending purchasers,
claiming that liquor so purchased could not be taxed as provided for in section 55 of the Act.
The decision in the Appeal Court in the case of Little v. Attorney-General, above referred to,
was not handed down until the month of March, 1922, and the Board experienced considerable
difficulty in collecting the tax on liquor not purchased from a Government Liquor Store.
By Resolution No. 79, dated August 27th, 1921, the Board promulgated a general order
fixing the tax, which in the opinion of the Board would be equal to the amount of profit which
would have accrued to the Government If the liquor so taxed had been purchased from a
Government Liquor Store (see Appendix C), and the Board directed considerable attention to
collecting information regarding these importations through the Inspection Department, whose /
D 12 British Columbia. 1922
officers examined the records of the various express companies, enabling a number of purchases
of this nature to be traced, the owners of which were notified that they were required to pay
the tax.
On payment of the tax " Liquor Reported " seals are issued, the form of label having been
approved by regulation.    (See Appendix C.)
INTERDICTION.
The attention of all Justices of the Peace, Stipendiary and Police Magistrates has been
drawn to the provisions of the Act governing interdiction and the cancellation and suspension
of permits.
For the period under review twenty-foui* interdiction orders have been made by Justices of
the Peace and Police.
In all cases Vendors have been notified both of the interdiction orders and the cancellation
and suspension of permits.
PENALTIES AND PROCEDURE.
Selling Liquor.
Appeal cases against the imprisonment of persons convicted of this offence resulted in a
reversal of the sentence in the case of certain defendants charged with selling beer only, the
County Court Judge's ruling in the appeal of Rex v. J. Fleming reducing the sentence from six
months' imprisonment to a fine of $50.
Liquor forfeited ob seized.
Appendix B shows an analysis of liquor forfeited. With few exceptions, such liquor has
been forfeited on conviction of persons guilty of offences against the general prohibitions
contained in the Act. A few cases of seized liquor have, however, been forfeited under the
provisions of section 68 of the Act, no claimant having appeared as the owner.
Inspection of Books of Common Carbiees.
Under written authority from the Honourable the Attorney-General dated July 1st, 1921,
the Inspector and Deputy Inspectors were authorized to search the books of the various express
companies, and evidence so obtained has in many instances led to convictions for infractions of
the Act and the collection of tax on liquor not purchased from a Government Liquor Store.
LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD.
Staff.
Appendix C includes a diagram illustrating the general administration of the Board through
its various departments. 13 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
D 13
A recapitulation of the permanent staff as at March 31st, 1922, is as follows:—
Liquor Control Board Employees.
Male.
Returned
Soldier.
Not
Returned
Soldier.
Female.
Total.
Administrative Offices.
Secretary's Office  	
Accountant's   Office   	
Purchasing Agent's Office   	
Inspector's Office  	
Supervisor of  Stores   	
Private Secretary to Chairman and stenographers to members of
Board    	
Government Liquor Warehouses.
Stafrs   	
Government Liquor Stores.
Staffs	
Totals   	
1:3
1
4
28
81
28
62
IS
3
1'3
1
61
14S
130
103
18
251
Analysts.
The following persons.were appointed by resolution of the Board to act as Analysts for the
purpose of this Act:—
Delbert E. Whittaker, Victoria; appointed June 15th, 1921.
Edwin W. Widdowson, Nelson; appointed June 15th, 1921.
John F. C. B. Vance, Vancouver; appointed July 5th, 1921.
Issuebs of Permits.
With the approval of the Hon. the Minister of Finance, all Government Agents and Mining
Recorders (under salary) were authorized to issue permits. By resolution, and with the approval
of the Hon. the Attorney-General, the Board also authorized all Provincial Constables to issue
permits, other than single-purchase permits, on the understanding that Provincial Constables
would only be called upon to act in this capacity in districts remote from Government Agencies
or Government Liquor Stores.
Appointments.
Prior to the coming into effect of the " Government Liquor Act," the Lieutenant-Governor
in Council made the following appointments:
To be members of the Liquor Control Board—
A. M. Johnson, K.C., Chairman.
J. H. Falconer.
W. N. Winsby.
To be Purchasing Agent—
J. Paterson.
ACCOUNTING.
Advances.
The Minister of Finance has from time to time advanced sufficient sums to provide adequate
working capital.
Expenditures.
Operating costs of warehouses and Government Liquor Stores, together with administrative
expenses, are shown in the Trading Accounts. The cost of maintenance of prisoners and secret-
service expenses appear in the Profit and Loss Accounts. D U
British Columbia.
1922
Refunds on Licences.
The sum of $42,229.97 has been refunded to holders of municipal licences (for the unexpired
portion) in force at the coming into effect of the " Government Liquor Act."
Balance-sheets.
Appendix A comprises the Balance-sheets, Tradiug Accounts, and Statements of Profit and
Loss for the periods ending September 30th, 1921, and March 31st, 1922, certified to by the
Comptroller-General.
Reserve Fund.
From the profits as shown in the Balance-sheets to March 31st, 1922, the sum of $172,971.59
was subsequently appropriated by Order in Council to a Reserve Account.
Disposition of Net Profits.
Appendix C (chart) shows in detail the disposition of profits to ithe various municipalities.
REGULATIONS.
Appendix C includes Regulations Nos. 1 to 12 made by the Board and approved by the
Lieutenant-Governor in Council.
These regulations have been published in the British Columbia Gazette in accordance with
the provisions of section 109 of the Act.
GENERAL PROVISIONS.
Monthly Reports of Prosecutions.
Reports from the Provincial and Municipal Police have been received monthly on forms
provided by the Board, setting forth the details required by section 111.
Sealing Liquor in Stock at Commencement of Act.
Applications to have liquor sealed (lawfully kept prior to the coming into force of this Act)
were received at the offices of the Board up to July 15th, 1921, during the period allowed for
filing such applications, official seals as provided for by Regulation No. 5 being issued for
attachment to the liquor reported.
Commencement of Act.
By Proclamation of the Lieutenant-Governor in Council the " Government Liquor Act" was
brought into operation on June 15th, 1921.
The Act was amended at the second session of the Legislature in 1921 by the " Government
Liquor Act Amendment Act," and the two Acts have been issued in a consolidated form for
convenience of the public.  D 16
British Columbia.
1922
APPENDIX A.'
BALANCE-SHEET AS AT
ASSETS.
CASH ON HAND AND IN BANKS       S      365,672 01
CASH ADVANCES TO  COMMISSIONERS,  WAREHOUSE  MANAGERS, AUDITORS,  AND
VENDORS,   ETC  80,128 50
ACCOUNTS   RECEIVABLE      3,613 15
STOCK ON HAND PER  INVENTORY     1,849,477 20
REAL  ESTATE     30,000 00
BUILDINGS   (LESS  DEPRECIATION)      119,000 00
EQUIPMENT   (LES8  DEPRECIATION)  22,931 21
FURNITURE AND FIXTURES   (LESS DEPRECIATION)     10,404 15
DEFERRED  CHARGES:    INSURANCE     21,515 68
$  2,502,741 90
D. R. MACFARLANE,
Chief Accountant.
A. M. JOHNSON,
Chairman. 13 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
D 17
SEPTEMBER 30th, 1921.
LIABILITIES.
PROVINCIAL TREASURY DEPARTMENT, ADVANCES       $  1,438,650 82
ACCOUNTS   PAYABLE     522,484 57
$  1,961,135  39
PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT   (UNDIVIDED PROFITS)
541,606 51
-     $  2,502,741  90
I have examined the accounts of the Liquor Control Board for the period ended September 30th, 1921.
No accounts have been set up covering the claims against transportation companies for loss and damage
to goods in transit.
Refunds on licences have been made in accordance with the provisions of section 104 (2) of the
" Government Liquor Act," covering licences in force at the passing of the Act in the City of Vancouver,
but no provision has been made in the accounts for liabilities under this section.
Subject to the foregoing remarks, I hereby certify that the Balance-sheet appended hereto is properly
drawn up and in agreement with the hooks of the Liquor Control Board as at September 30th, 1921.
Victoria, B.C.,
November 22nd, 1921.
A. N. MOUAT, C.A.,
Comptroller-General, Province of British Columbia. APPENDIX A—Continued.
TRADING ACCOUNT FOR THE PERIOD
TO MERCHANDISE  PURCHASED       $ 3,295,560 47
„   OPERATING COSTS:
WAREHOUSES :
Salaries    $ 24,675 39
Rent            7,493  75
Insurance            3,767 68
Telegraph and telephone  335 31
Light, water, and fuel     166 55
Alterations and equipment           3,834 18
Ullage      696 19
Depreciation            1,778 51
Sundries            3,484 61
 $ 46,232 17
VENDORS :
Salaries     $ 69,072 11
Rents     10,534 02
Insurance     3,622 97
Telegraph and telephone   700 93
Light, water, and fuel  650 79
Alterations, etc., rented (non-leasehold) premises  16,111 38
Depreciation      743 64
Sundries            6,707 65
 108,143 49
 :  154,375 66
„   HEAD OFFICE EXPENSES :
Administrative salaries $  23,222 04
Travelling expenses  7,016 66
Interest on advances    28,605 02
Rent     1,430 00
Telegraph and telephone    1,185 95
Printing and stationery     18,648 96
Postage      1,835 85
Legal  expenses     239 12
Bank  charges     76 39
Guarantee bonds expired     167 38
Taxes  (local improvement)     89 74
Depreciation     410 34
Sundries             1,429 67
 84,357 12
$ 3,534,293 25
„   BALANCE TRANSFERRED TO  PROFIT AND LOSS  ACCOUNT     541,544 94
$ 4,075,838 19 13 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
D 19
JUNE 15th TO SEPTEMBER 30th, 1921.
BY LIQUOR  SALES       $2,228,918 17
Less discounts to druggists    $1,713 74
,,     Vendors' breakages           4,213 63
„     Vendors'  shortages           3,477 87
  9,405 24
 $ 2,219,512 93
„   OTHER INCOME :
Bank interest    $    1,923 40
Premium and exchange         1,570 75
Rents            2,843 75
Miscellaneous cash receipts  510 16
  6,848  06
„   STOCK  ON  HAND  AS  PER  INVENTORY    '        1,849,477 20
4,075,838 19 D 20
APPENDIX A—Continued.
PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT FOR THE
TO  SECRET  SERVICE  EXPENSES    $  10,598  72
„   MAINTENANCE   OF   PRISONERS            1,661  14
„   REFUND  OF  LICENCES,   VANCOUVER          36,338  79
  $        48,598 65
„   BALANCE, NET PROFIT,  CARRIED TO BALANCE-SHEET  541,606 51
$     590,205 16
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A. M.  JOHNSON,
Chairman. 13 Geo. 5 Report of Liquor Control Board. D 21
PERIOD JUNE 15th TO SEPTEMBER 30th, 1921.
BY BALANCE FROM TRADING ACCOUNT    $     541,544 94
„   WAREHOUSE   LICENCES    $ 48,000 00
„   TAXES REALIZED UNDER SECTION 55     660 22
 48,660 22
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D. R. MACFARLANE,
Chief Accountant. 	
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BALANCE-SHEET AS AT
ASSETS.
CASH  IN  BANKS       $        10,166 03
CASH ADVANCES TO COMMISSIONERS,  WAREHOUSE MANAGERS, AUDITORS,  AND
VENDORS,   ETC  66,775 61
ACCOUNTS   RECEIVABLE     2,153  18
CLAIMS   ACCOUNT     20,470  41
STOCK ON HAND PER INVENTORY     2,385,306 74
REAL  ESTATE  30,000 00
BUILDINGS   (LESS  DEPRECIATION)      117,800 00
EQUIPMENT   (LESS  DEPRECIATION)     26,262  53
FURNITURE AND FIXTURES  (LESS DEPRECIATION)     11,000 29
DEFERRED CHARGES:
Insurance     $8,81S 60
Rent            404 77
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$ 2,679,158 16
D.  R.  MACFARLANE,
Chief Accountant.
A.   M.   JOHNSON,
Chairman. 13 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
D 27
MARCH 31ST, 1922.
LIABILITIES.
PROVINCIAL TREASURY DEPARTMENT, ADVANCES       $ 1,24-6,814 02
ACCOUNTS PAYABLE     59,372 55
$  1,306,186 57
PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT  (UNDIVIDED PROFITS)
1,372,971  59
$ 2,679,158 16
I certify that I have examined the accounts of the Liquor Control Board for the six months ended
31st March, 1922, and that in my opinion the attached Balance-sheet is properly drawn up so as to exhibit
a true and correct statement of the affairs of the Board, according to the best of my information and the
explanations given to me and as shown by the books of the Board.
A. N. MOUAT, C.A.,
Comptroller-General, Province of British Columbia.
Victoria, B.C.,
17th May, 1922. D 28 British Columbia. 1922
APPENDIX A—Continued.
TRADING ACCOUNT FOR THE PERIOD
TO   STOCK  ON  HAND,  SEPTEMBER  30th,   1921       $  1,849,477 20
„    MERCHANDISE   PURCHASED            3,102,744  47
„    OPERATING COSTS:
WAREHOUSES :
' Salaries   $ 47,682 28
Rent          10,825 00
Insurance and bonds           4,974 06
Telegraph and telephone    515 86
Light,  water,  and fuel         1,066 72
Depreciation        3,048 80
Sundries            3,666 39
 $ 71,779 11
VENDORS :
Salaries  $130,359  76
Rents    23,215  OO
Insurance and bonds    9,836 S9
Telegraph and telephone  1,364 42
Light, water,  and fuel     5,571 56
Depreciation    2,378 OS
Sundries          10,278 6S
 183,004  39
  254,783 50
„    HEAD OFFICE EXPENSES :
Administrative salaries   $ 35,058 78
Travelling  expenses     6,4i86 71
Interest on advances  40,866 93
Rent  3,000 00
Telegraph and telephone    1,146 1©
Light, water, and fuel   1S4 1'2
Printing and stationery    10,605 3S
Postage     2,409 45
■Legal   expenses     S25 10
Bank   charges     23 87
Guarantee   bonds  37 09
Depreciation      937 35
Sundries            1,105 87
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$ 5,309,392  01
„    BALANCE TRANSFERRED TO PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT           1,210 901  55
$ 6,520,293 56 13 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
D 29
OCTOBER 1st, 1921, TO MARCH 31st, 1922.
BY   LIQUOR SALES      $4,144,7S4 53
Less discounts to druggists    .$    2,934 32
Vendors' breakages       12,351 02
Vendors' shortages           2,531 49
Burglary and theft           1,863 61
 :  19,680 44
 $ 4,125,104 09
„    OTHER  INCOME:
Bank interest    $       1,401 43
Premium and exchange    403 05
Rents     5,125 00
Miscellaneous  cash receipts     2,963 25
 9,882  73
,.     STOCK ON HAND AS PER INVENTORY        2,3S5,306 74
$ 6,520,293 56 D 30 .   British Columbia. 1922
APPENDIX A—Continued.
PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT FOR THE PERIOD
1922.
MARCH 31.    TO  SECRET   SERVICE  EXPENSES    $ 34,954 57
„   MAINTENANCE OF PRISONERS            4,255 30
„   REFUNDS OF LICENCES TO MUNICIPALITIES            5,891  18
  $        45,101 05
„   BALANCE :   NET PROFIT FOR SIX MONTHS ENDED MAR. 31st, 1922       1,231,365 08
$  1,276,466 13
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DEC. 16. TO SUNDRY MUNICIPALITIES   $200,000 00
„   CONSOLIDATED REVENUE  FUND        200,000 00
 $     400,000 00
1922.
MARCH 31.       „   BALANCE   CARRIED   TO   BALANCE-SHEET            1,372,971 59
$ 1,772,971 59
A. M.  JOHNSON,
Chairman. 13 Geo. 5 Report of Liquor Control Board. D 31
OCTOBER 1st, 1921, TO MARCH 31st, 1922.
1922.
MARCH 31.    BY   BALANCE   FROM   TRADING  ACCOUNT   FOR   SIX   MONTHS   ENDED
MARCH 31st, 1922       $ 1,210,901 55
„   WAREHOUSE   LICENCES    $ 57,000 00
„   TAXES  REALIZED UNDER  SECTION 55            8,564 58
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$  1,276,466 13
1921.
SEPT.  30.        BY BALANCE,  BROUGHT FORWARD       $        541,606 51
1922.
MARCH 31.      „   NET PROFIT FOR SIX MONTHS ENDED MARCH 31ST, 1922           1,231,365 08
$ 1,772,971 59
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Section 26.
Selling or offering liquor for
sale	
Taking liquor for consideration  	
Exposing or keeping liquor
for sale 	
Section 28.
Purchasing or attempting to 1
purchase liquor   I
Taking liquor for considera- [
tion j
Section 31.
Possession of liquor unsealed..
Section 32.
Consuming liquor   in   a  public
place 	
Section S3.
Drunk in a public place	
Section 35.
Supplying liquor to a minor ..
Section 38.
Supplying liquor   to  an  interdicted person   	
Section 42.
Permitting drunkenness   ...
Giving   liquor   to   a   person
under    the    influence    of
liquor  	
Section J/3.
Keeping or consuming liquor in
any   part  of   an   inn   other
than a private guest-room..
Section U.
Keeping  or   having  liquor   on
premises of person engaged
in   selling   non - intoxicating
beverages  	
Section 45a.
Canvassing, advertising, etc...
Section 46.
Selling  or  dealing in  beer  or
near-beer   	
108
152
44
1,327
1
14
24
SO
1ST
Section 64.
Refusing  admission   to  search
premises	
Section 11.
Refusing    information    as   to
source of supply   	
2S
20
129
10
93
30
'975
11
22
84
43
190
100
% 8,500 00
950 OO
5,5175 00
1,80© 00
50,300 00
100 00
50 00
675 OO
1,500 00
2,110 00
1,075 OO
6,600 00
100 00
3O0 00'
$ 6,500 00
100 00
2,875 00
360 00
9,700 OO
2,000 00
11-800 00
$  1-5,000 00
750 00
8,450 00
2,160 00
60,000 00
1O0 OO
-    50 00
2,675 00
1,500 00
2,110 00
1,075 00
18,400 00
1O0 00
300 00
Totals I 1,911
199
1,277
332
$79,335 00
$33,335 00
$112,070 00 13 Geo. 5
Beport op Liquor Control Board.
D 41
APPENDIX B~Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police (Section 111).
Disposition.
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4
1
3
Chilliwack:
2
1
• 1
$     100 00
$     100 OG
Comox :
2
2
0
Balance of district	
1
1
Cowichan:
1
1
Cranbrook:
City of Cranbrook	
5
5
1
1
Delta:
Municipality of Surrey  ....
2
1
1-
$ 2,000 00
2,00© 00
Dewdney :
4
3
1
Fernie :
3
2
1
Fort George :
3
1
2
Grand Forks:
City of Grand Forks	
4
4
Kamloops :
City of Salmon Arm  	
'2
2
Lillooet   	
1
1
Nanaimo :
1
1
'2
2
New Westminster :
•
City of New Westminster ..
4
1
3
,1
1
1
Prince Rupert:
1
1
1,000 00
1,000 00
Revelstoke :
9
3
6
Richmond :
Municipality of Richmond ..
1
1
Similkameen :
2
2
South Vancouver :
Municipality of iS. Vancouver
2
1
1
1,0100 00
1,000 oo
Municipality of Burnaby .. .
1
1
Vancouver :
City of Vancouver	
39
a
16
6
12
5,350' 00
3,000. 00
8,350 OO
Victoria:
City of Victoria  	
10
2
4
2
2
1',050 00
1,500 00
2,550 00
Totals	
108
2«
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9
16.
$8,500 00
$6,500 OO
$15,000 00
Section 28.
Chilliwack :
1
1
$      50 00
$        50 00
1
1
300 00
300 00
Comox:
1
1
50 00
50 00
Carried forward ..
3
3
$   400 00
$     400 00 D 42
British Columbia.
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police—Continued.
Electoral District.
Disposition.
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Brought forward
Fernie:
City of Fernie	
New Westminster:
City of New Westminster
Similkameen :
Balance of district	
Totals  	
Section 31.
Atlin :
Balance of district	
Chilliwack:
City of Chilliwack  	
Balance of district	
Comox:
Balance of district	
Cranbrook:
City of Cranbrook  	
Balance of distract	
Delta:
Municipality of Surrey  ..
Municipality of Delta .. .
Esquimalt:
Municipality of Esquimalt
Fernie :
City of Fernie 	
Balance of district	
Grand Forks :
Balance of district	
Greenwood:
Balance of district	
Kamloops :
City of Salmon Arm  ....
Balance of district	
Nanaimo :
City of Nanaimo	
Balance of district	
Newcastle:
City of Ladysmith  	
New Westminster :
City of New Westminster
Prince Rupert:
■City of Prince Rupert ...
Balance of district	
Revelstoke:
City of Revelstoke	
Richmond:
Municipality of Richmond
Saanich :
Municipality of Oak Bay .
South Okanagan :
City of Kelowna	
Carried forward
$   400 00
200 00
50 00
$   100 00
$     400 00
1O0 00
20© 00
50 00
$   650 00
$   100 0©
$   100 00
50 00
150 OO
1O0 OO
&
1715 OO
%
1O0 00
2
100 «
1
50 00
4
250 00
3
250 OO
4
20© OO
1
50 OO
1
HOD 00
1
50 OO
1
100 00
1
50 OO
2
100 00
2
100 00
7
35© 00
1
50 00
1
50 0©
6
450 00
$     75 00
300 00
750 00
$     100 00
50 00
150 00
100 OO
175
00
100
00
100
00
75
00
50 OO
25©
00
250
00
2O0
00
50
00
100
00
50 OO
100
00
50 00
100
00
100
oo
3150 00
50
00
50 00
45©
00
300 OO
$3,275 00
$     T5 00
$  3,35© 00 13 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
APPENDIX
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly
B—Continued.
Reports received prom Police—Continued.
Disposition.
Electoral District.
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Brought forward ..
South Vancouver:
Municipality of S. Vancouver
'Municipality of Burnaby . ..
Vancouver:
Victoria :
66
4
4
67
11
5
1
2
1
5
1
1
1
42
53
3
4
22
9
$3,275 00
30© OO
20© ©0
l,2O0 0O
60© 00
$      715 0©
2.80© 00
$  3,350 00
300 00
20© 00
4,000 00
6©0 00
Totals	
152
9
7
43
93
$5,57® 0©
$2,875 00
$ 8,450 00
Section 32.
Cariboo :
District   	
1
3
1
■7
1
1
5
4
1
3
3
4
3
1
5
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
3
1
2
1
3
1
5
1
1
5
4
1
1
4
1
1
1
$     50 O0
325 00
50 0©
27'5 00
50 00
50 OO
250 OO
200 00
l'OO 00
10© 00
200 OO
50 0©
50 00
50 OO
$     50 0©
110 OO
50 00
150 00
$        50 00
325 OO
50 00
275 OO
50 00
Comox :
Cranbrook :
Fernie :
City of Fernie	
Kamloops:
Nanaimo :
50 0©
250 00
200 00
New Westminster:
City of New Westminster ..
North Vancouver:
Municipality of N. Vancouver
Richmond:
Municipality of Richmond ..
Municipality of Point Grey..
Saanich :
Municipality of Oak Bay  ..
Vancouver:
Yale:
100 00
16© 00
110 00
200  00
100 00
200 00
50 00
Totals	
44
5
2
7
30
$1,800 0©
$   360 00
$ 2,16© 00
Section 33.
Alberni:
City of Port Alberni  	
1
11
43
4
3
13
'6
6
4
1
3
5
'2
1
4
2
■1
8
38
2
,3
10
5
2
4
$     5© 00
400 00
1,950 OO
100 ©0
150 0©
500 00
200' 00
10© 00
200 00
$   100 00
$        50 00
400 00
1,950 00
Chilliwack :
Municipality of Chilliwack. .
200 00
150 00
50© 00
Comox:
Balance of district	
200' 00>
100 00
200 00
Carried forward ..
91
1
3
12
2
78
$3,65© 00
$   10O 00
$  3,750 0© D 44
British Columbia.
1922
APPENDIX B-—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police—Continued.
Electoral District.
Disposition.
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Section 3S—Continued.
Brought forward ..
Cowichan :
City of Duncan	
Municipality of N. Cowichan
Cranbrook:
City of Cranbrook   	
Balance of district	
Delta:
Municipality of Surrey  ....
Municipality of Delta	
Dewdney :
Municipality of Pt. Coquitlam
Balance of district	
Esquimalt:
Municipality of Esquimau..
Fernie :
City of Fernie	
Balance of district	
Fort George :
City of Prince George	
Balance of district	
Grand Forks:
City of Grand Forks  	
'Balance of district	
Kamloops :
City of Kamloops	
Balance of district	
Kaslo:
City of Kaslo  	
Balance of district	
Lillooet   	
Nanaimo :
City of Nanaimo	
Balance of district	
Nelson :
City of Nelson	
Newcastle :
City of Ladysmith  	
North Okanagan :
City of Vernon	
Balance of district	
New Westminster:
City of New Westminster ..
Municipality of Fraser Mills
North Vancouver:
City of North Vancouver  ..
Municipality of N. Vancouver
Balance of district	
Omineca	
Prince Rupert:
City of Prince Rupert	
Balance of district .*!'
Carried forward ..
01
22
29
13
1
44
1
6
1
1
2'1
80
567
13.
23
87
11
31
73
14
2S
1
4
216
3
1
1
2
12
1
12
1
28
16
$3,65© 00
100 00
50 OO
710 00
1,475 00
50 00
150 0©
50 00
200 00
350 00
3,250 00
550 00
S65 00
100 '00
50 OO
200 00
1,450, 00
150 00
50 00
50 00
1O0 00
OOO ©0
50 00
750 00
300 ©0
450 OOl
50 00
1,600 00
200 00
5© 00
825 '0©
4,550 00
200 00
437   $23,225 00
100 00
50 00
5© 00
550 OO
450 00
5'0 00
50 00
23 00
150 00
75. ©0
5  3,750 OO
100 00
50 00
710 00
1,475 OO
50 00
20© 00
50 00
200 00
350 00
3,250 00
55© 00
865 00
l'OO 00
50 0©
200 OO
1,500 00
ISO 00
50 OO
50 00
100 00
1,15© 00
50 00
750 00
300 00
450 00
50 00
2,05© 00
50 00
250 00
50 00
25 00
825 00
4,7©© OO
275 00
$1,550 00
$24-,7'75 00 13 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
D 45
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from  Police—Continued.
Disposition.
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Brought forward ..
Revelstoke:
Richmond :
Municipality of Richmond . .
Municipality of Point Grey..
Saanich :
Municipality of Oak Bay  ..
Similkameen :
Municipality of Penticton ..
367
17
6
5
4
7
25
8
2
28
4
12
2
5
4
565
65
1
5
1
4
3
1
2
8
3
1
1
2
10
1
87
6
2
1
23
8
1
1
31
4
2
1
2
147
2
1
437
7
3
5
4
4
22
7
2
27
4
10
5
3
373
34
5
3
$23,2S5 00
350 00
150 00
250 00
20© 00
20© 00
1,100 00
350 00
100 OO
1,50© OO
200 0©
500 0©
260 0©
IS© 00
18,650 00
2,725 00
260 00
150 00
$l,5.50i OO
20© OO
200' 0©
50 ©0
100 00
7,350 ©0
200 ©0
5© 00
$2i4,'775  OO
550 OO
ISO 00
25© OO
200 00
400 00
1,100 0©
35© OO
100 00
South Okanagan :
South Vancouver :
Municipality of S. Vancouver
Municipality of Burnaby   . .
Trail:
City of Trail 	
1,55© 00
200 00
50© 00
liO'O oo
250 00
Vancouver:
Victoria :
150 00
26,00© 00
2,923 00
250 00
Yale :
City of Merritt	
50 00
150 00
1,327
7
26
129
190
9'7i5
$50,300 00
$■9,700 00
$60,000 0©
Section 35.
South Vancouver:
Municipality of S. Vancouver
1
1
$   100 0©
$      100 00
Section 38.
Comox:
City of Cumberland	
Kamloops :
Yale :
1
1
1
1
1
1
$      5© 00
$        50 00
'3
2
1
$      50 00
$       50 00
Section jjz.
2
1
2
1
1
1
2
$     50 00
75 00
150 0©
$       5© OO
Dewdney :
Fernie:
75 0©
150 00
Carried forward ..
5
1
4
$   275 00
$      275 00 D 46
British Columbia.
1922
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police—Continued.
Disposition.
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Brought forward ..
Kaslo :
Nanaimo :
Prince Rupert:
South Okanagan :
South Vancouver:
Municipality of Burnaby   ..
Vancouver:
5
1
1
1
2
2
2
i
2
4
1
1
1
2
2
$   275' 0©
50 ©0
1O0 00
50 00
1©0 00
100 00
$2,000 00
$      275 OO
50 00
100 00
50 00
100 0©
■100 oo
2,00© 00
14
i
2
11
$   675 0©
$2,000 ©0
% 2,6175 00
Section 4$-
Cowichan:
Municipality of N. Cowichan
Cranbrook:
Balance of district	
Fernie :
1
1
8
1
3
1
4
3
2
i
i
1
1
8
1
2
1
4
2
2
$     50 00
50 00
500 00
50 00
100 00
50 00
60© 00'
100 0©
1O0 00
$       50 00
50 00
500 OO
Fort George :
Kaslo : -
Nanaimo :
50 00
100 00
50 00
500 00
Similkameen :
Municipality of Penticton ..
100 00
100 ©0
Totals	
24
2
22
$lyo©0 0©
% 1,500 00
Section 4h-
1
2
1
1
1
3
2
4
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
3
2
4
2
1
1
$   10© 00
10O 00
50 00
10© 00
I'OO 00
225 0©
20© 00
325 00
160 OO
50 00
100 00
$      100 OO
100 00
Cranbrook:
Fernie :
50 00
100 00
Fort George:
Kamloops :
100 00
225 00
200 OO
Nanaimo :
326 ©0
Nelson :
IO©1 00
North Okanagan :
Revelstoke:
50 00
100 0©
Carried forward ..
21
2
19
$1,510 00
$ 1.510 00 13 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
D 47
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police—Continued.
Disposition.
Electoral District.
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Brought forward ..
South Okanagan:
21
4
2
1
1
1
2
1
19
4
2
1
1
$1,610 00
350 0©
I'OO 00
100 OO
5© 00
$ 1,510 00
35© OO
Balance of district	
South Vancouver :
Municipality of S. Vancouver
Trail:
Oity of Trail	
100 OO
100 OO
50 OO
Victoria :
Totals	
30
a
27
$2,110 00
$ 2,110 00
Section 45A.
Fernie :
1
1
1
1
$      76 00
1,000 00
$       75 00
1,000 00
Totals	
2
2
$1,075 00
$  1,075 00
Section 46.
Comox :
Delta:
Municipality of Surrey  ....
Dewdney :
Municipality of Maple Ridge
Esquimalt:
Municipality of Esquimalt. .
Fernie :
City of Fernie   	
5
2
1
1
3
4
7
6
2
2
1
153
2
1
1
100
5
2
1
3
4
7
6
2
2
1
31
$   3715 00
16© ©0
100 0©
2©0 ©0
400 00
5T5 00
500 00
10© 00
250 OO
5© 00
3,90© ©0
$11,800 00
$     375 00
ISO OO
100 00
200 00
Nanaimo :
New Westminster:
City of New Westminster ..
South Vancouver :
Municipality of -Burnaby   ..
Vancouver:
400 00
575 00
500 0©
100 OO
260 00
50 00
15,700 0©
187
2
1
100
84
$6,600 '00
$11,800 00
$  18,40© 00
Section 64.
Nanaimo :
1
1
1
1
$     50 0©
50 OO
$       6© 00
North Okanagan :
Municipality of Armstrong..
50 00
Totals	
2
2
$   I'OO 00
$     100 00
Section 11.
Cranbrook:
Kamloops:
1
5
13
1
2
'3
$   150 ©0
150 '00
$     150 00
Similkameen:
150 OO
9
3
■6
$   300 00
$      300 00  Provincial Police Districts.
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Ebport of Liquor Control Board.
D 49
APPENDIX  O.
Regulations made by the Liquor Control Board to March 31st, 1922.
Reg. No.
Subject.
O.C. No
B:C. Gazette Reference.
1.
2.
3
4
5.
6.
7
8.
9
10.
11.
12.
Permits   	
Salaries of clerks and servants  	
liquor delivered by parcel post	
Fixing quantity of liquor purchasable under temporary
individual permit
Official seals  	
Druggists'  returns  	
Prescription form for use by physicians	
Quantities of liquor prescribed   	
Export warehouse records	
Sealing liquor	
Maximum   amount   of   malt   liquor   purchasable   under
permit issued, clause (a) or clause (6), section 11
Prescribed form, section 55	
738
1000
1264
738
1:264
739
8*5
1004
1004
1004
1301
1353
1353
1635
25/192..
Vol. LXL, No. 23, page 2036.
42,
42,
23,
42,
23,
42,
412,
42,
42,
40,
42,
42,
50,
Vol. ILXII..
3603.
36,03.
2037.
3603-.
2037.
3604.
3604.
3604.
3606.
3395.
3607.
3607.
4181.*
1S5.
* Rescinded, Vol. 1X11., No. 3, page 131.
REGULATIONS.
"GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT."
HIS Honour the Lieutenant-Governor in
Council has been pleased to approve of the
following regulations of the Liquor Control
Board, duly made by the said Board in pursuance
of the provisions of the " Government Liquor
Act" :—
LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD.
Regulation No. 1.
(1.) The application for an individual permit
required by subsection (a) of section 11 of the
" Government Liquor Act" shall be in the following form :—
Original (To be retained by the Official issuing the
permit corresponding to this application.)
"GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT."
(Royal Arms.)
Application for Individual Permit (Resident).
Name  (in full)
Address  (in full)
Occupation
Province
I, the above-named , being of the full age of
twenty-one years, hereby make application for a permit
to purchase Liquor in accordance with the provisions
of the " Government Liquor Act " and the. Regulations
made thereunder.
Dated at , B.C., this day of ,
192
Length  of  residence  in
(Signature of applicant).
And the permit to be issued thereunder shall be
in the following form, printed in black:—
4
$5.00 "GOVERNMENT  LIQUOR  ACT."        No.    .
(Royal Arms.)
Individual Permit   (Resident).
This is to certify that (name in full], of [address
in full], has made application in the prescribed form
and is entitled to purchase Liquor for beverage, medicinal, or culinary purposes in accordance with the
provisions of the " Government Liquor Act" and the
Regulations made thereunder.
Issued at , B.C., this day of ,
192     .
This permit is not transferable and expires on
December Slst, 192     .
LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD.
(Signature of permit-holder)	
Attested by  (signature of issuer].
(2.) The application for a permit limited to a
single purchase of liquor under the provisions of
subsection (a) of section 11 of the " Government
Liquor Act," and the permit to be issued thereunder, shall be in the following form and shall be
printed in black :—
Canada:
Province of British
Columbia.
1       In the Matter of the
(-"GOVERNMENT LIQUOR
J ACT."
(Royal Arms.)
No.
Application for Single-purchase Permit, Single-
purchase Permit, Order for Liquor thereon,
and Statutory Declaration of Applicant.
I, the undersigned, alleging that I am a bona-fide
resident of British Columbia, of the full age of twenty-
one years, residing at [street and number and city],
British Columbia, hereby apply for a Single-purchase
Permit, and to purchase Beer [Liquor] in accordance
with the provisions of the " Government Liquor Act '•
and the Regulations made thereunder.
And I make this solemn declaration conscientiously
believing it to be true, and knowing it to be of the D 50
British Columbia.
1922
APPENDIX C—Continued.
same force and effect as if made under oath and by
virtue of the " Canada Evidence Act."
(Signature of applicant and declarant)	
Declared before me at , British Columbia,
this day of , 192     .
(Vendor or permit-issuer)	
Permit issued in accordance with above application
at , British Columbia, this , day of ,
192     .
LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD.
(Signature of issuer)	
50c.
(3.) The application for an individual malt
liquor permit, limited to the purchase of malt liquor
containing not more than 3 per cent, alcohol by
weight, required by subsection (a) of section 11
of the " Government Liquor Act," shall be in the
following form:—
" GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT."
(Royal Arms.)
Application for Individual Malt Liquor Permit
(Resident).
Name   (in full)
Address  (in full)
Occupation .    (Length of residence in
Province
I, the above-named , being of the full age of
twenty-one years, hereby make application for a permit
to purchase Malt Liquor containing not more than
three per centum of alcohol by weight, in accordance
with the provisions of the " Government Liquor Act "
and the Regulations made thereunder.
Dated at , B.C., this day of
19
(Signature of applicant)	
And the permit to be issued thereunder shall be in
the following form and shall be printed in black:—
$2.00 " GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT." No.     .
(Royal Arms.)
Individual Malt Liquor Permit (Resident).
This is to certify that [name in full], of [address
in full], has made application in the prescribed form
and is entitled to purchase Malt Liquor, containing
not more than three per centum of alcohoi by weight,
for beverage, medicinal, or culinary purposes in accordance with the provisions of the " Government Liquor
Act " and the Regulations made thereunder.
Issued at , B.C., this day of ,
19    .
This permit is not transferable and expires on
December 31st,  192    .
LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD.
(Signature of permit-holder)	
Attested by [signature of issuer].
(4.).The application for a temporary individual
permit required by subsection (6) of section 11
of the " Government Liquor Act" shall be in the
following form:—
" GOVERNMENT 'LIQUOR ACT."
(Royal Arms.)
Application for Temporary Individual Permit
(Non-resident).
Name  (in full)
Address (in full)   [city and Province or State],
Occupation
I, the above-named , being of the full age of
twenty-one years and a non-resident of the Province
of British Columbia, hereby make application for a
permit  to   purchase   Liquor  in   accordance  with   the
provisions of the " Government Liquor Act " and the
Regulations made thereunder.
Dated at , B.C., this day of
19    .
(Signature of applicant)	
And the temporary individual permit to be issued
thereunder shall be in the following form and shall
be printed in red:—
$5.00        " GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT." No.     .
(Royal Arms.)
Temporary Individual Permit (Non-resident).
This is to certify that [name in full], of [address
in full] has made application in the prescribed form
and is entitled to purchase Liquor for beverage, medicinal, or culinary purposes In accordance with the
provisions of the " Government Liquor Act " and the
Regulations made thereunder.
Issued at , B.C., this day of ,
19    .
This permit is not transferable and is valid for two
weeks only from date of issue.
LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD.
(Signature of permit-holder)	
Attested by [signature of issuer].
(5.) The application for a licence to carry on
the business of importing liquor into the Province
of British Columbia or the exporting of liquor out
of the said Province, required by subsection (2) of
section 54 of the " Government Liquor Act," shall
be  in  the following  form:—
" GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT."
Application for Warehouse Licence.
Name of applicant  [individual, partnership, or corporation]  (in full)
Address  (in full)
I [We], the above-named , being engaged in
the business of importing liauor into the Province of
British Columbia and exporting liquor from the said
Province, hereby make application for a licence in
respect of the warehouse or place of business now used
[or proposed to be used] for the purposes of the said
business, situate at [No., street, and city], B.C., and
known as
I [We], propose to occupy or use no warehouse or
place of business within the said Province for the purposes of the said business, other than the one above
mentioned, and the following [insert complete list
showing locations].
Dated this day of , 192    .
(Signature of applicant).
And the licence to be used thereunder shall be
in the following form and shall be printed in
black:—
$3,000.       " GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT."       No.    .
(-.j.-cl  .Ir.i^.)
Warehouse Licence.
This is to certify that [individual, partnership, or
corporation] [name in full], of [address in full],
engaged in the business of importing liquor into the
Province of British Columbia and exporting liquor
from the said Province, having made application in
the prescribed form, is hereby granted a licence pursuant to section 54 of the " Government Liquor Act,"
being chapter 80 of the Statutes of British Columbia
for 1921, in respect of the warehouse or place of
business now used [or proposed to be used] for the
purposes of the said business, situate at [No., street,
and city], B.C., and known as
This licence expires on December 31st, 192    .
Issued at , B.C., this day of
192    .
Chairman. 13 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
D 51
APPENDIX C—Continued.
(6.) The application for a special permit required by subsection (c) of section 11 and by
section 25 of the " Government Liquor Act" shall
be in the following form:—
"GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT."
(Royal Arms.)
Application for Special Permit.
(Druggist, Physician, Dentist, Veterinary, or Person
in charge of Hospital or Sanatorium.)
Name   (in full)
Address  (in full)
Profession
I, the above named, being a properly qualified and
duly registered within the meaning of the
" Government Liquor Act," lawfully and regularly engaged in the practice of my said profession, and
residing at [jVo., street, and city], British Columbia,
hereby make application for a special permit to purchase Liquor for use in accordance with section
of the " Government Liquor Act" and the Regulations
thereunder.
Dated at , B.C., this day of ,
192     .
, B.C., this
(Signature of applicant).
And the special permit to be used thereunder
shall be in the following form:—
$5.00 GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT. No.    .
(Royal Arms.)
Special Permit.
(Druggist, Physician, Dentist, Veterinary, or Person
in charge of Hospital or Sanatorium.)
This is to certify that  [name in full], of  [address
in full], has made application in the prescribed form
and   is   entitled   to   purchase   Liquor   for   use   only   in
accordance with  section of the  " Government
Liquor Act " and the Regulations thereunder.
Dated at , B.C., this day of
192     .
This permit is not transferable and is valid from
date of issue to December Slst next following.
LIQUOR  CONTROL BOARD.
(Signature of permit-holder)	
Attested by  [signature of Vendor],
(7.) The application for a special permit required
by subsection (d) of section 11 of the " Government Liquor Act "  shall be in the following form :—
" GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT."
(Royal Arms.)
Application for Special Permit.
(Minister of the  Gospel.)
Name   (in full)
Address  (in full)
Denomination
I (We), the above named, being Minister(s) of the
Gospel of Church at  [No., street, and City],
British Columbia, hereby make application for a
special permit to purchase Wine for sacramental purposes for use in accordance with subsection (d) of
section 11 of the " Government Liquor Act " and the
Regulations thereunder.
Dated at , B.C., this day of
192     .
(Signaturc(s) of applicant(s).)	
And  the  special  permit  to  be  used  thereunder
shall be in the following form:—
$1.00 " GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT."        No.    .
(Royal Arms.)
Special Permit.
(Minister of the Gospel.)
This is to certify that [name in full] and ,
of [address in full], has (have) made application in
the prescribed form and is (are) entitled to purchase
Wine for sacramental purposes for use only in accordance with sections and of the
" Government Liquor Act " and the Regulations thereunder.
Dated at , B.C., this day of ,
192     .
This permit is not transferable and is valid from
date of issue to December 31st next following.
LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD.
(Signature(s)   of  permit-holder(s).)	
Attested by  [signature of Vendor].
(S.) The fee payable in respect of a special permit required by subsection (e) of section 11, in
so far as the same relates to the purchase and
consumption of liquor in a public place, shall be
from one dollar ($1) to fifty dollars ($50) for
each permit.
Application for such special permit shall be made
in writing on the following form, and the statutory
declaration of the applicant shall be made by the
applicant before any Vendor:—
" GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT."
(Provincial Arms.)
Application for Special Permit.
(Subsection  (e)  of Section 11.)
Name of applicant	
(If connected with an Association state official position.)
Association or other organization  	
Address   	
State the following particulars.
Purposes for which permit is required	
Approximate number of persons participating.
Quantity of liquor required—
(a.)   Wines,  Spirits,  Liqueurs   	
(6.)  Malt Liquor	
Place where liquor will be consumed	
Date on which liquor will be consumed	
Hours during which liquor will be consumed .
Canada:
Province of British
Columbia.
To Wit :
In the Matter of the
" GOVERNMENT LIQUOR
ACT."
I ,  of   	
in the Province of British Columbia, the above-named
applicant, do solemnly declare :—
That the j Beer°r I aDove described will be consumed
only at the time and place and for the purpose above
mentioned, and none of such J jjgp"0r r will be sold,
supplied, distributed, or otherwise disposed of contrary
to the provisions of the " Government Liquor Act."
And I make this solemn declaration conscientiously
believing it to be true, and knowing that it is of the
same force and effect as if made under oath and by
virtue of the " Canada Evidence Act."
Declared before me at]
........ in the Province
of British Columbia, this \..
 day of  	
a.d. 192. .. J
(Signature.)
(A Vendor.) 	
D 52
British Columbia.
1922
APPENDIX O—Continued.
(This application when completed to be forwarded to
The Secretary, Liquor Control Board, Victoria, B.C.)
The special permit  required  by subsection   (e)
of section 11 shall be in the following form:—
Fee $    .    " GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT."      No.    .
(Provincial Arms.)
Special Permit.
(Subsection  (e)  of Section 11.)
This  is to certify  that	
of
(Official position.)    (Association or other Organization.)
    has
(Address in full.)
made  application  in  the  prescribed  form  and  is  entitled   to   purchase   liquor   as   hereinafter   described,
namely:—
Wines, Spirits, Liqueurs	
Malt Liquor   	
for consumption in a public place, namely :—
On the premises known as  	
City or town B.C.
On the day of 192...
Between the hours of j jj'™' ] and
For the purpose of only.
Dated at , B.C., this day of
192
LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD
a.m.
p.m.
Secretary,
(Signature of permit-holder.)
(9.) The application for a special permit required by subsection (e) of section 11 of the
" Government Liquor Act," relating to a person
engaged within the Province in mechanical or
manufacturing business or in scientific pursuits
requiring liquor for use therein, shall be in the
following form:—
" GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT."
(Provincial Arms.)
Application for Special Permit.
(Person engaged in Mechanical or Manufacturing
Business or in Scientific Pursuits.)
Name   (in  full)   	
Address (in full)   	
Occupation   	
I, the above-named, being engaged in the business
of , at [Street], in the City of
British   Columbia,   hereby   make   application   for   a
special permit to purchase Liquor for use
business as a
Dated at , B.C., this day of ,
192
(Signature of Applicant)	
And the special permit to be issued thereunder
shall be in the following form:—
$5.00.        " GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT."        No.     .
(Provincial Arms.)
Special Permit.
(Person engaged in Mechanical or Manufacturing
Business or in Scientific Pursuits.)
This is to certify that
(Name in full.)
of
(Address in full.)
has made application in  the  prescribed form  and  is
entitled to purchase Liquor for use only in
business as a on the premises known as
 British Columbia, and in ac-
(No., street, city.)
cordance with the " Government Liquor Act" and the
Regulations thereunder.
Dated at , B.C., this day of
192      .
This permit is not transferable and is valid from
date of issue to Slst December next following.
LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD.
(Signature of permit-holder.)
Attested.
(Signature of Vendor.)
Regulation No. 2.
The salaries of the clerks and servants employed
by the Liquor Control Board under the provisions
of subsection (2) of section 96 of the " Government
Liquor Act" shall be as follows :—
Position.
Salary.
Minimum. Maximum.
I
Secretary   	
Chief  Clerk  and  Assistant  Sec
retary  	
Chief Accountant 	
Accountants   	
Chief    Accountant,    Warehouse.!
Vancouver I
Accountants,    Warehouse,    Van-|
couver   	
Chief    Accountant,    Warehouse,
Victoria   	
Accountants,    Warehouse,    Victoria  	
Manager, Warehouse, Vancouver
Manager, Warehouse, Victoria. .
Secretary   to   Chairman,. Liquor
Control Board	
Stenographers  	
Sh ippers  	
Assistant Shippers   	
Drivers   	
Bottlers  	
Cellarmen  	
Counter Clerks	
Warehousemen	
Blenders   	
Supervisors of Stores	
Clerks  (Accounting Dept.)   .
Clerks   	
Messengers   	
$250 00
$300 00
Vendors' Stores.
First Assistant . .
Second Assistant
1R0
00
200
00
25'0
00
300
on
135
00
175
00
175
00
200
00
150
00
175
00
175
00
200
00
150
00
175
00
300
00
350
00
275
00
325
00
125
00
150
00
75
(Ml
90
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130
00
150
00
1 20
00
140
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140
oo
120
00
140
00
1 20
00
140
(10
1 20
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140
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120
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140
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150
00
175
00
165
00
200
(10
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135.
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00
125
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30
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75
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150
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175
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165
oo
Regulation No. 3.
For the purpose of carrying into effect the provisions of the " Government Liquor Act," being
chapter 30 of the Statutes of British Columbia,
1921, the delivery of intoxicating liquor within
the Province of British Columbia by the Liquor
Control Board may be made by parcel post. 13 Geo. 5
Keport of Liquor Control Board.
D 53
APPENDIX G~Continued.
Regulation No. 4.
Eor the purpose of carrying into effect the provisions of the " Government Liquor Act," being
chapter 30 of the Statutes of British Columbia, 1921, the amount of liquor which may be purchased
in any one day by the holder of a temporary individual permit issued under clause (6) of section 11,
" Government Liquor Act," shall not exceed :—
(a.)  One quart of whisky, brandy, rum, gin, liqueurs of any kind.
(6.)  Two quarts of champagne or any other wines.
(c.)  Twelve quarts of malt liquor.
Regulation No. 5.
Eor the purpose of carrying into effect the provisions of section 8 of the " Government Liquor
Act,"' being chapter 30 of the Statutes of British Columbia, 1921, the official seal to be attached to
every package of liquor to be delivered to any purchaser at a Government Liquor Store shall be in
the following form and design:—
That the said seal shall be attached to the neck of every package of liquor before the same shall
be delivered.
For the purpose of carrying into effect the provisions of section 114 of the said " Government
Liquor Act," the official seal to be placed on liquor lawfully had and kept in possession on and prior
to the 15th day of June, 1921, in any place in British Columbia (other than a building or warehouse
referred to in sections 18 and 19 of the " British Columbia Prohibition Act") shall be in the following
form and design:—
LIQUOR  CONTROL
BOARD.
POSSESSION APPROVED
.192.
(Place)
(Date)
Regulation No. 6.
For the purpose of carrying into effect the provisions of sections 21 and 51, " Government Liquor
Act," being chapter 30 of the Statutes of British Columbia, 1921, the records of purchases and sales
of liquor by druggists and the reports to be made thereon to the Board shall be as follows:—
(1.) Every druggist shall keep a record of all liquor purchased or received by him, showing the
date and name of the Vendor from whom purchased, and shall forward to the Secretary of the Liquor
Control Board, Victoria, B.C., a report, verified by statutory declaration attached thereto, containing
the above information. The said statutory declaration shall be in the following form and attached
hereto, to be known as " Druggists' Form ' B.' "
(2.) (o.) Every druggist shall keep or cause to be kept in a book to be kept for that purpose
a complete and accurate record of every sale or other disposal of liquor, and shall show the name and
address of the person to whom the sale was made, the date and the kind and quantity of liquor sold or
disposed of, the official number of the prescription and the name of the physician issuing same, and
shall on the first Monday in each calendar month forward to the Secretary of the Liquor Control
Board, Victoria, B.C., a report, verified by statutory declaration attached thereto, containing the above
information. Such report and declaration shall be in the following form and attached thereto, to be
known as " Druggists' Form ' A.' "
(6.) Every prescription filled in every calendar month by the druggist shall be attached to and
forwarded with the said report and statutory declaration. D 54
British Columbia.
1922
APPENDIX C—Continued.
(3.) If no liquor has been purchased or sold on prescription or used in compounding by any
druggist in any calendar month, such druggist shall on the first Monday in each calendar month
forward to the Secretary of the Liquor Control Board, Victoria, B.C., a report, verified by statutory
declaration attached thereto, setting out that no liquor has been purchased, sold on prescription, or
used in compounding during the preceding calendar month. Such report and declaration shall be in
the form to be known as " Druggists' Form ' C.' "
RECORD OF SALE OR OTHER DISPOSAL OF LIQUOR BY DRUGGIST. \ Name	
  [-(Profession)  	
The " Government Liquor Act."    Druggists' Form " A."        Month ending....... 192. J Place of business..
Date.
Name of
Purchaser.
Address of
Purchaser.
Sold by.
■n %
aS
Jh»*h
Co
Kind of Liquor.
Name of Doctor.
0
& . °
ho gO
):;
1   IE
IN THE  MATTER OF THE " GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT.'
Canada:
Province of British Columbia, \ol
To Wit : 1 in the Province of British Columbia.
Do solemnly and sincerely declare as follows:—
1. That I am a duly qualified and registered in and for the Province
of British Columbia, and that I am  in actual and regular practice of my said business or profession at
  . in the Province of British Columbia.
2. That the above statement is a just and true account of every sale or other disposal of liquor or
alcohol by myself, my partner, clerk, agent, or servant, during the month ending the day
ot A.D.   192 . . .
3. That no sale or other disposal of liquor or alcohol has been made during the said month save those
above set out.
4. That a true and correct record of every sale and disposal of liquor and alcohol by myself, my partner,
clerk, agent, or servant has been kept as required by the provisions of the " Government Liquor Act."
And I make this solemn declaration conscientiously believing it to be true and knowing that it is of the
same force and effect as if made under oath and by virtue of the " Canada Evidence Act."
Declared before me at
in the Province of British Columbia, this.
day of  a.d. 192	
(Signature.)
(A Commissioner, Notary Public, or Justice of the Peace in
and for the Province of British Columbia or Vendor.) 13 Geo. 5
Keport of Liquor Control Board.
I) 55
APPENDIX C—Continued.
DRUGGISTS' FORM " B."
Statement of Liquor purchased or received for the        Name   	
month ending.... k 192... (Profession)
" Government Liquor Act." Place	
Amount of Liquors, Wines, Alcohol, etc., in stock at date of previous statement,
classified as follows :
Scotch Whisky
Rye Whisky ...
Brandy   	
Rum   	
Other  Liquor    .
Alcohol   	
Wines   	
Shipments of Liquors, Wines, Alcohol, etc., received into stock during the
month of , 192...
Date of
Receipt.
Kind of
Liquor.
F'rom whom purchased.
Name of Railway or Express
Co. or Common Carrier.
Gallons.
Quarts.
Pints.
IN THE MATTER OF THE " GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT."
Canada:
Province of British Columbia. j"of
To Wit :
J in
the Province of British Columbia,
DO  SOLEMNLY AND  SINCERELY  DECLARE  aS fOllOWS :	
1. That I am a duly qualified and registered in and for the Province
of British Columbia, and that I am in actual and regular practice of my said business or profession at
 in the Province of British Columbia.
2. That the above statement is a Just and true account of all liquor and alcohol purchased or received
by me, my partner, clerk, agent, or servant under the provisions of the " Government 'Liquor Act " during
the month ending the day of , a.d. 192...
3. That no purchase or receipt of liquor or alcohol has taken place during, the said month other than
those above set out.
And I make this solemn declaration conscientiously believing it to be true and knowing that it is of the
same force and effect as if made under oath and by virtue of the " Canada Evidence Act."
Declared before me at 	
in the Province of British Columbia, this,
day of   a.d. 1<92	
(Signature.)
(A Commissioner, Notary Public, Justice of the Peace, etc., in
and for the Province of British Columbia or Vendor.) D 56
British Columbia.
1922
APPENDIX C—Continued.
DRUGGISTS' FORM " C."
"GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT."
This form to be used only where no purchase or no sale has been made and no liquor has been used in
compounding.
Purchase of Liquor.
Sale  of Liquor.
Liquor used in Compounding.
Canada : "|
Province of British Columbia. }
To Wit: J
In the Matter of the " Government Liquor Act.'
I of	
in the Province of British Columbia, do solemnly and sincerely declare as follows :—
1. That I am a duly qualified and registered in and for the Province
of British Columbia, and that I am in actual and regular practice of my said business or profession at
 in the Province of British Columbia.
2. That no liquor has been purchased, received, or compounded by me during the month of last.
And I make this solemn declaration conscientiously believing it to be true and knowing that it is of the
same force and effect as if made under oath and by virtue of the " Canada Evidence Act."
Declared before me at  	
in the Province of British Columbia, this.
day of  a.d. 192	
(Signature.)
(A Commissioner, Notary Public, Justice of the Peace, Vendor, etc.,
in and for the Province of British Columbia.)
Note.—This form is to be used only where there has been no transaction in liquor during any month.
Returns should be forwarded promptly  at first of each  month.    Where there have been  transactions  in
liquors during the month, the other forms furnished must be used.    Use the word " nil" in above form.
Regulation No. 7.
(1.) For the purpose of carrying into effect the provisions of section 22, " Government Liquor
Act," being chapter 30 of the Statutes of British Columbia, 1921, the form of prescription to be used
by physicians shall be as follows:—
" GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT."
(Royal Arms.)
Physician's Prescription for Liquor.
No..,	
Date  	
Name of person for whom
prescribed   	
Address  	
Nature of liquor prescribed
Quantity   	
Directions for use
Name of Physician
No.
Name of person for whom liquor is prescribed
Date.
Address   	
Nature of liquor prescribed
Quantity   	
Directions  for use   	
Name of Physician  . .
Address of Physician
Address    ,
(2.)   Such prescription forms shall be serially numbered.
Regulation No. 8.
For the purpose of carrying into effect the provisions of section 22 of the " Government Liquor
Act," the following liquor may be given on a physician's prescription: Alcohol, Rum, Brandy, Gin,
and that such liquor may be prescribed in quantities of eight ounces and upwards. 13 Geo. 5
Beport of Liquor Control Board.
D 57
APPENDIX C—Continued.
Regulation No. 9.
Every licensee under section 54 of the " Government Liquor Act," upon the request of any
Inspector appointed under that Act, or of any constable, shall admit the Inspector or constable
to all parts of the warehouse or place of business covered by the licence, and shall submit to his
inspection all books, records, and documents kept by or in possession of the licensee relating to the
business carried on in the business.
Regulation No. 10.
For the purpose of carrying into effect the provisions of section 31 of the said " Government
Liquor Act," the official seal to be placed on liquor which is required to be sealed pursuant to
subsection (1) of said section 31 shall be in the following form and design:—
LIQUOR J*te*  N
REPORTED Vw
PKce	
Date 192	
LCBRefereivce	
Regulation No. 11.
The quantity of malt liquor which may be purchased during any one day under any permit issued
under clause (a) or clause (6) of section 11 of the "Government Liquor Act" shall not exceed a
total of two dozen pints.
(Rescinded by Order in Council No. 17 approved January 6th, 1922.)  	
	
D 58
APPENDIX C—Continued.
Regulation No. 12.
In accordance with the provisions of subsection (1) of section 55 of the " Government Liquor Act," the prescribed form to be used by every person for reporting to the Board liquor
which he keeps, or has in his possession, or under his control, which has not been purchased from a Vendor at a Government Liquor Store, shall be in following attached form, and shall
be known as Regulation No. 12.
" GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT." File Reference No	
(Section no.)
REPORT OF LIQUOR IN POSSESSION WHICH  HAS NOT  BEEN PURCHASED FROM A GOVERNMENT LIQUOR STORE.
VARIETY.
BRAND.
QUANTITY.
THESE  COLUMN'S FOR USE OF L.C.  BOARD ONLY.
Gallons.
Cases.
Bottles.
COST,
Landed Price.
$                  c.
Tax.
.Imperial
Quarts.
Reputed
Quarts.*
Pints.
Rate per
Gal., Case, Bott.
$             c.
Amount.
$            c.
Malt Liquor—Beer, Ales & Stout
1
TOTAL
Add 10% of above tax
Total Tax Due"
* Ordinary bottles (12 bottles to case).
IN THE  MATTER OF THE " GOVERNMENT  LIQUOR  ACT."
Canada : 1 I,	
Province of British Columbia,    j- of	
To Wit. j in the Province of British Columbia, do solemnly declare:—
That the above statement is a just and true account of all liquor kept by me, or in my possession, or under my control, which has not been purchased from a Vendor at a Government Liquor
Store, and which I am required to report to the Liquor Control Board under section 5(5 of the " Government Liquor Act."
And I make this solemn declaration, conscientiously believing it to be true, and knowing that it is of the same force and effect as if made under oath, and by virtue of "The Canada Evidence Act."
Declared before me at in the Province of British Columbia,'
this day  of    ,  a.d.   192	
(A Commissioner, Notary Public, Justice of the Peace, etc., in and for the
Province of British Columbia or Vendor.)
This form, when completed, to be forwarded to The Secretary, Liquor Control Board, Victoria. B.C.
(Signature.) 13 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
D 59
APPENDIX O—Continued.
Exceept from Minutes of a Meeting of the Liquor Control Board held on August 27th, 1921.
Resolution No. 79.—Resolved, That under the provisions of section 55 of the " Government Liquor
Act," chapter 30, Statutes of British Columbia, 1921, the following order be made a general order of
the Board:—
(1.) Every person.who keeps or has in his possession, or under his control, any liquor which has
not been purchased from a Vendor at a Government Liquor Store shall pay the Board the following
tax:—
(o.) On all liquor known as whisky, gin, brandy, rum, a tax of forty per cent. (40%) on
the cost landed price of such liquor, duty or excise paid, as the case may be, at place
of possession in British Columbia, plus ten per cent. (10%) of the said forty per cent.
(40%) as provided in said section 55:
(6.) On all liquor known as wines and liqueurs, a tax of forty per cent. (40%) on the cost
landed price of such wines and liqueurs, duty or excise paid, as the case may be, at
place of possession in British Columbia, plus ten per cent. (10%) of the said forty
per cent. (40%), as provided in said section 55:
(c.) On all malt liquor known as beer, ale, and porter, a tax of thirty-five per cent. (35%)
on the cost landed price of such beer, ale, and porter, duty paid, at place of possession
in British Columbia, plus ten per cent. (10%) of the said thirty-five per cent. (35%),
as provided in said section 55.
PRICE-LISTS   (ORDERS IN COUNCIL).
Price-list.
O.C. No.
Approved.
Remarks.
No.   1	
8 IS
1261
160.8
1625
109
1«5>
211
861
1025
1174
166 4>
1665
18-6-21
'20^9-21
9-12-21
16r-12-21
24^1-22
1-2-22
7—2—22:
21-6-21
25-7-21
31-8-21
19^12-21
19-12-21
"
No.   2	
No.   3   	
'
Price-list No. 1.
Description.
Bottles.
Alcohol.
Non-potable, ©5  o.p	
Pure Grain, 65 o.p	
Absolute   	
Discoloured    	
Brandy.
Special Imported French Brandy
Hennessy   ***   	
Martell ***   	
Renault   ***   	
Godet  " HS.32 "   	
Gin.
De Kuyper's (bulk)   	
De Kuyper's Red Label  	
De Kuyper's Green Label	
Gordon's London Dry	
Coates Plymouth   	
Melcher's (bulk)   	
Melcher's Red Label   	
5 00 (1 lb.) D 60
British Columbia.
APPENDIX C—Continued.
Price-list No. 1—Continued.
Description.
Gals.
Imp. Qts.
Bottles.
Gin—Continued.
Melcher's Green Label 	
Blankenhelm and Nolets Red  	
Blankenheim and Nolets Green  	
Irish Whisky.
Jameson's ***  	
Burke's ***  	
Mitchell's	
Bye Whisky.
Seven-year-old   	
Two-year-old   	
G. and W. Special  	
Walker's Club   •	
Walker's Club  (pints)   	
Corby's Special Selected (large ovals)   	
Corby's Majestic  .;	
Seagram's " 83 " 	
Seagram's  " V.O."   	
Walker's Special  	
B.C. Special 	
Sunnybrook Bourbon   	
Pebbleford Bourbon   	
Green River Bourbon	
Scotch Whisky.
Special  (in bulk)   	
According to Brand, imp. qt. from $6.50 to $'7.50:	
According to Brand, bottle from $4 to $5	
Milburn's Red Seal	
Heatherdew   	
Roderick D'hu 	
Wee  Scott   	
Aitken  Melrose   	
Alexander   and   Macdonald's   " Ye   Olde   Ancient   Highland
Malt "   	
Rum.
Jamaica or Demerara, 35 o.p	
Jamaica or Demerara, proof	
Jamaica or Demerara, 15 u.p	
Wines.
Port Wine :
Gonzales,  Byass   	
Gonzales, Byass, " One Eagle "  	
Gonzales, Byass, " Three Eagle "  	
Warre's Convido  	
Tarragona    	
'California   	
Native    	
" Gold Crest "   	
Gilbey's  " Invalid "   	
Graham's   Red   	
Sacramental  Wine   	
Sherry Wine:
Gonzales,  Byass   	
Other brands to be imported  	
California   	
19 50
1'7 50
23 00
26 O0
19 50
14 00
4- 00
5 50
5 OO
7 OO
5  50
$  7 20
5
00'
4
30
6
OO
5
715-
51
25
6
00
5
25
7 oo
5 50
4 50
3
23
4
30
3
OO.
5
00
4
75
4
50
3
35
3
00
4
0.0
4
00'
3
00
3
To
3>
50
3
50
4
00
3
50
4
50-
4'
50
4
50
4  00
3 75
3 '75'
3 75
3 75
3 75
5 25
4
'75
3
75
3
2S
2
75
2
50
2
To
2
75
1
00
1
25
1
00
1
25
2
40
2
50
1
25
1
50
1
75-3 00
1
25 13 Geo. 5
Beport of Liquor Control Board.
D 61
APPENDIX C—Continued.
Price-list No. 1—Continued.
Description.
Gals.
Imp. Qts.
Bottles.
Wines—Continued.
Sherry Wine—Continued.
Native	
Gilbey's  Invalid   	
Gold Crest  	
Champagne:   ■
Pommery and Greno " Etra Selected "
Clarets :
St. Julien  	
Margeaux   	
Medoc   	
California Wine :
" .Gold Crest " Logan Wine	
Sauternes:
;Sauternes	
Haut-Sauterne   	
Liqueurs.
Creme de Menthe  	
Kummel   	
Creme de Cacao  	
Curacao Rouge   	
Vermouth   (Noilly Pratt)    *	
Vermouth   	
Benedictine    	
Cocktails.
Manhattan	
Martini   	
Ale and Stout.
Bass' Ale, per dozen	
Guinness' Stout, per dozen 	
Barclay & Perkins, per dozen	
Japanese Liquor.
Japanese Saki (according to brand)   	
Chinese Liquor.
Moi Kwai Lui   	
Ng Ka Py   	
Ng Ka Py  	
Quarts
1
50!
1
85
1
"715
1
50
J,   I'O
2 50
p. Qts.
Rep, Pts
5 00
9 00
5 OO
6i 00
4 00
1
'00
2
40
1
25
Pints.
4
50
1
10
1
00
90
Bottle.
1
25
Pints.
1
25
1
50
Bottle.
4
00
4
00
4
00
4
00
4
25
2
O0m2 75
4
50
3
50
3
50
Splits.
3 OO
2 00
.Bottle.
1' 25-1
50
Pints.
1 00-1
50
1 OO'-l
50
Qt. Jars.
1  75-2
00
Price-list No. 2.
Price of Liquor to Druggists for Sale by. them under Section 21 and Subsection (1)  of Section 51
of the '■ Government Liquor A.ct."
Liquor shall be sold to druggists from Government Liquor Stores, to be used by them under the
provisions of sections 21 and 51 of the " Government Liquor Act," at the same prices as are shown
on Price-list No. 1, subject to a discount of 10 per cent.
No discount to be allowed on the price of alcohol to druggists. D 62
British Columbia.
1922
APPENDIX C—Continued.
Price-list No. 3.
Schedule Selling-price for Beer.
Per Barrel.
Local.
Other
Breweries,
Price per Bbl.
Per Doz. Pints.
Local.
Other
Breweries,
Price per Bbl.
Local and other
in Quantities
less than 12,
20c. per Bot.
Victoria    	
Vancouver    	
North  Vancouver   	
New Westminster  	
Nanaimo    	
Kamloops    	
Golden    	
Revelstoke   	
Fernie    	
Vernon   	
Penticton   	
Kelowna	
Prince Rupert	
Prince  George  	
Cranbrook    	
Port Alberni   	
Greenwood   	
Cumberland   	
Courtenay    	
Trail   	
Rossland    	
„ (Nelson  Beer)
Grand  Forks   	
Nelson    	
Ladner   	
Chilliwack   	
Williams Lake	
Lillooet   	
Quesnel   	
Smithers   	
Stewart   	
Ashcroft   	
Princeton   	
Pouce  Coupe   	
$20 00
20 00
20 00
20 OO'
20 00
20 OO.
20 00
20 OO
20 00
20 00
20 00
20 00
35 00
$20 OO
20 00
20 00
20 00
20 00
22 00
2.3 00
23 00
23 00
22 00
22 00
22.00
21 50
23 50
23 OO
21 00
22 50
21 00
21
23
21
OO
OO
00
00
22 50
22 50
20 00
21 00
24 50
25 50
26 00
'213 50
21 50
21 50
21 50
2 00
2 OO
2 00
2 OO
2 00
2 00
2 OO
2 OO
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
3 50
00
00
00
00
OO
20
30
'20
30
20
20
20
H5'
2 135
2 '30
2 10
2 25
2 30
2 30
2 10
2 25
2 25
2 OO
2 10
2 50
2 50
2 65
2 35
2 15
2 15
2 15
$0' 25
25
2:5
20
20
20
20
30 13 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
D 63
APPENDIX 0—Continued.
Price-list No. 3—Continued.
Schedule Selling-price for Beer—Continued.
•
Local Beer, Quarts.
Other Breweries, Quarts.
Bbl.
1 Doz.
1 Bot.
Bbl.
1 Doz.
IBot.
$212 00
$  3 '7©
$0 35
21 50
21 00
3 '715
3 50
35
30
$20 00
$  3 50
$0 35
23 00
4 00
35
21 00
3 SO
30
2.1 00
3 50
30
21 00.
3' 50
30
20 00
3 SO
30
22 50
3 -75!
35
20 00
3 50
35
23 00
22 50
23 00
22 00
4 00
3 7'5
4 00.
3 75
35
35
35
35
22 00
23 SO
3 '75
4 00
35
35
20 00
■20 00
3 50
3 50
30
30
20 00
3 50
35
24 00
21 00
21 00
22 00
20 00
20 00
4 00
3 50
3 50
8  75
3 50
3 50
35
30
30
35
30
30
Michel   	
New   Westminster   	
20 OO
20 00
3 50
3,50
35
35
20 00
22 50
22 00
21 SO
3 50
3 75
,3 75
3 73
30
35
35
35
23 50
4 OO
35
20 00
42 OO
3 50
7 00
35
00
21 OO
21 50
3 50
3 75
30
35
26 00
4i -50
40
20 00
3 50
.35
20 00
29 00
3 50
4 OO
35
35
20 OO
20 00
20 00
3 50
3 50
3 50
35
35.
35
21 SO
23 50
23 00
20 00
20 00
22 00
'3 '75
"4 00
4 00
3 SO
3 SO
3 76
35
,35
35
30
30
35  13 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
D 65
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DEPUTY INSPECTORS
PROSECUTING OFFICERS
VENDORS. D 66
British Columbia.
1922
APPENDIX C—Continued.
Peemises purchased, leased, and rented by Liquor Control Board as at March 31st, 1922.
Premises.
City or Town.
Administrative Offices.
Victoria	
Warehouses.
Victoria 	
Vancouver	
Government Liquor Stores.
Abbotsford  	
Ashcroft 	
Atlin  	
Anyox  	
Chilliwack   	
Courtenay   	
Cranbrook   	
Cumberland  	
Coquitlam   	
Duncan  	
Fernie    	
Grand Forks  	
Golden   	
Greenwood'	
Kamloops	
Kelowna  	
Keremeos  	
Ladner   	
Ladysmith	
Lillooet   	
Merritt  	
Mission   	
Michel   	
Nanaimo   	
Nelson   	
New Westminster	
North Vancouver   	
Penticton	
Port Alberni  	
Prince George	
Prince Rupert	
Princeton	
Pouce Coupe   	
Quesnel   	
Revelstoke  	
Rossland   	
Smithers   	
Stewart	
Trail  	
Telegraph Creek	
Vancouver :
1. 80(8 Pender Street W
2. 219 Hastings Street E
13. 715J8  Powell  Street E.
4. 6'0'2 Robson Street ...
5. 6:5  Cordova  Street E
6. 847 Beatty Street .. .
7. 1213 Granville Street
Vernon  	
Victoria :
1. 709 Johnson Street .,
Williams Lake	
Date of
Commencement.
May     1, 192:\
June     1,
May     1,
Nov.
Aug.
Sept.
Dec.
July
Aug.
June
Aug.
Oct.
Aug.
June
Aug.
June
July
June
Dec.
July
Jan.
Aug.
Sept.
Jan.
Sept.
June
July
June
July
June
Aug.
Sept.
Aug.
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15, „
27, „
15,      „
1,      „
.1,      „
Dec.      1,  19'21
June  10f,     ,,
„     15,     „
July
1,
1,
June 115,
July 15,
June 10,
Aug. 1,
„ 20,
Duration.
11 mos.
3 years
2
SI years
3
Monthly
Rental.
1   year
3   years
2   years
3   years
3
4
1
3
2
2
2   years
2      „
3      „
3
3      „
4
3   years
2
3       „
3      „
.$   300 00
1,250 00
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50
00
25
00
715
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25
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SO
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1O0
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50
00
50
00
35
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715
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C'O
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713
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30
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75
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8S
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25
00
40
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SS
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35
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45
00
ST
50
50
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ISO
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2010
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60
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27
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100
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7S
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7'5
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40
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40
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35
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115
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12-5' 00
176 00
7)5 00
175 00
140 00
125 OO
100 00
125 00
40 OO
Remarks.
Purchased by Liquor Control Board.
Monthly  tenancy.
After Jan. 1, 1922', $40 per month.
Monthly tenancy.
After March 1, 1(922., $35 per month.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly  tenancy.
2nd yr., .$125-; 3rd yr., $16S per month.
2nd yr., $05; -3rd yr., $70; 4th yr., $75
per month.
Monthly  tenancy.
Government Offices.
Government Agent acting as Vendor.
2nd yr., $150 ; 3rd yr., $17.5 per month.
2nd yr., $100; 3rd yr., $100 per month.
Part of Government  Liquor  Warehouse.
2nd yr., $135 ; '3rd yr.,  $150 per month.
2nd yr., $175 ; '3rd yr., $200 per month. 13 Geo. 5 Beport of Liquor Control Board. D 67
APPENDIX O—Continued.    ■
INSTRUCTIONS TO VENDORS.
" GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT."
(Note particularly Sections 3 to 46.)
Management.
The Vendor in charge of the store is responsible for the conduct of the store and the
selling of liquor thereat. (Section 5.) Courteous service consistent with proper enforcement
of the " Government Liquor Act " must be the first consideration of every Vendor.
Vendors are required to: Regulate and apportion the work amongst the staff provided, and to
supervise all matters connected with the distribution of liquor.
Conduct the store under their charge on general commercial lines.
Exercise care and economy in transhipping, handling, mailing, or expressing liquor shipments.
Take all necessary precautions for safeguarding liquor in stock, moneys, fixtures, and equipment,
etc., the property of the Liquor Control Board.
Permits.
See Instructions to Issuers of Liquor Permits (copy attached).
(1.)   Individual Permit  (Resident)       Fee |5 00
(2.)  Individual Malt Liquor Permit  (Resident)      Fee $2 00
(3.)  Temporary Individual Permit  (Non-resident)      Pee if5 00
Vendors are required to obtain application forms and permits to be issued under Nos. 1, 2, and 3
from the Government Agent of their district, and to make a daily return (on form provided) to such
Government Agent, together with remittance in cash for the proceeds from the sale of these permits-.
(4.)  .Single-purchase Permit   (Resident)        Fee $0 50
(5.)   Special Permits as provided for in section 11,  (c),   (d), and  (e),
for Druggists, Physicians, Dentists, Veterinaries, persons in charge
of a hospital or sanatorium   Fee $5 00
Minister -of the Gospel    Fee $1 00
Application forms and permits to be issued under Nos. 4 and 5 will be supplied direct to Vendors
from the offices of the Liquor Control Board. Vendors are required to make a daily return (on form
provided) to the Chief Accountant, Liquor Control Board Offices, Victoria, B.C., together with duplicate slip of the amount lodged in the local bank for the proceeds from the sale of these permits.
Sale of Liquor.
No liquor may be delivered until the provisions of section 11 have been complied with. (See
Instructions to Issuers of Liquor Permits.)
The regulations governing the hours of sale must be strictly adhered to.
No sales may be conducted in any other place or at any other time than as authorized in sectioD
10 or provided for by regulation.
No liquor of any description may be opened or consumed on the store promises.
No liquor may be sold to any person apparently under the influence of liquor or to any interdict.
No permit may be issued to any Indian.
Accounting.
Receipts.—All moneys received from sales to be deposited in the local branch of the Canadian
Bank of Commerce (if no branch, in such-other bank as Board may direct), to the credit of the
Liquor Control Board, not later than 12 noon of the following day. This amount to equal the total
receipts for the previous day.
Transfer of Moneys.—The local bank to be instructed to remit balance at credit of Liquor Control
Board automatically on the lat and 16th of every month, including the deposits of those dates, or next
succeeding business day if closed on those dates, to the Canadian Bank of Commerce, Victoria, for
account of Liquor Control Board.
Advances.—The Liqu'or Control Board will from time to time advance to Vendors in outlying
districts money necessary to meet certain fixed charges, including .the following:—
(a.)  Salaries:
(6.)  Rent:
(c.)  Light, fuel, and water:
(d.)  Telephone:
(e.)  Postage, freight, and express.
All moneys so advanced to be deposited in a trust account in the local bank of the Liquor Control
Board' in the name of the Vendor, and .to be drawn against by cheque and for such purposes only on
account of which the credit is established.
Vendors are required to render an account monthly on all such expenditures, with vouchers and
cancelled cheques attached thereto, on a form of statement to be approved by the Chief Accountant.
Audit System.—Vendors' stores will be charged with all liquor at sales price f.o.b. at point of
destination, and for purpose of audit the stock on hand plus cash and cash deposited in bank should
equal amount of the Liquor Control Board trading account with the Vendors. D 68
British Columbia.
1922
APPENDIX C— Continued.
Cheques.—Only accepted bank cheques to be taken in payment of liquor .purchases.
Note.—In the large Vendors' stores in Vancouver and Victoria the duplicate order slips received
by the customer from the Order Clerk will be presented at the Cashier's wicket, together with the
cash, stamped, and one copy returned to the customer, who will then proceed to the service counter for
delivery 'of the purchase.
Requisitions.
Stocks of Liquor.—Ample notice to be given by Vendors from time to time to the nearest distributing warehouse for such further supplies as are likely to be required; requisitions for such supplies
to be on the prescribed form (No. 3).
Cork or Neck Seals.—Government neck seals for sealing liquor, which are to be placed on all
bottles, must be kept under lock and key, and the Vendor will be held personally responsible for their
safe-keeping. Requisitions for further supplies to be made to the Purchasing Agent on the prescribed
form (No. 2) and forwarded to the Liquor Control B'oard for approval.
Other Supplies.—Requisitions to be made to the Purchasing Agent on the prescribed form
(No. 2) and forwarded to the Liquor Control Board for approval.
General Instructions.
Interdicts.—The Board will notify Vendors of orders of interdiction or cancellation of permits
and any order made by County Court Judges for reinstatement of interdicted persons.
Conduct.—No Vendor or any member of his staff shall under any pretext whatsoever drink any
liquor on the store premises.    Violation of this rule will result in instant dismissal.
No Vendor or any member of his staff shall at any time or under any circumstances become
intoxicated or conduct himself in an unseemly manner. Any employee committing any breach of this
regulation shall be instantly dismissed.
Any Vendor is authorized to suspend any member or employee of his staff for misconduct, and
such employee whilst under suspension shall not be allowed on the premises of any Government
Liquor Store or Warehouse. An immediate report in detail of the circumstances leading to such
suspension to be made by the Vendor to the Secretary of the Liquor Control Board.
Shortages.—All shortages in liquor or cash will be charged to the Vendor, who will be held
personally responsible for payment.
Store Premises.—General cleanliness in store and warehouse premises must be observed, and all
store premises to which the public have access must be kept scrupulously clean and premises tidied up
after completion of business.
LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD.
" GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT."
»     ' 	
INSTRUCTIONS TO  ISSUERS OF LIQUOR PERMITS.
(Note particularly Sections 11 to 25.)
To   	
 , B.C.
Permits.
Application for Permits.—Applicants are required :—
To be over twenty-one years of age:
To make written application on forms provided, to be signed by applicant and accompanied by
fee:
To have resided within Province for one month prior to making application for all permits
(Nos. 1, 2, and 4) designated as "Resident."
Permits to he issued.— (See section 11.)
(1.)   Individual Permit (Resident)      Fee $5 00
Valid from date of issue to December 31st next following.
(2.)  Individual Malt Liquor Permit (Resident)      Fee $2 00
Valid from date of issue to December 31st next following.
(3.)  Temporary Individual Permit (Non-resident)      Fee $5 00
Valid from date of issue for two weeks next ensuing.
(4.)   Single-purchase Permit   (Resident)      Fee $0 50
(5.)   Sundry Special Permits as provided for in clauses  (c),  (d), and  (e).
(.Single-purchase Permits and Special Permit (4 and 5) to be issued
from Government Liquor Stores only.)
Application Forms and Permit Forms.—Application  forms  are in  duplicate,  corresponding  to
Permit Forms Nos. 1, 2, and 3.    The original to be retained in the office where issued.
Permit forms   (except single-purchase forms)  are in triplicate.  "The original to be handed or
mailed to the applicant.
The duplicate of the application form is to be attached to the duplicate of the permit form and
the same forwarded to the Government Agent from whom the forms have been received. 13 Geo. 5
Beport of Liquor Control Board.
D 69
APPENDIX C—Continued.
Application for Permits by Mail.—Section 13 is interpreted by the Liquor Control Board to allow
applications to be made and permits issued by mail to applicants residing at some distance from
nearest issuing office, where personal application -would cause unnecessary inconvenience and expense,
and provided the issuer is satisfied that the applicant is entitled to the same.
Permits issued on Application by Mail.—Issuers will:—■
(a.)  Fill  out  the  application  form  from  applicant's  letter  and  attach  the  same  to   the
original copy of the application form:
(6.)  Fill out and forward permit, with instructions to applicant to sign same:
(c.)  Insert on duplicate of both application form and permit the applicant's name and the
words " applied for by mail" in the space provided for applicant's signature.
N.B.—Do not send letters of application to the Liquor Control Board.
Permits lost or destroyed.—A permit-holder may make application to the Vendor or official by
whom such permit was issued for a duplicate permit, which may only be issued upon satisfactory
proof as to loss or destruction of the original permit, for which regulations will be made by the Liquor
Control Board.     (See section 14 and Regulations.)
Vote particularly.—Issuers will be provided with rubber stamp marked " 1921" and are required
to place the same prominently anywhere on the face of the 'permits issued prior to December 31st,
1921.
Under no circumstances is one form of permit to be altered and issued for any other form of
permit.
Issuers must exercise care in issuing permits, especially in the case of applications received by mail.
To avoid confusion, Temporary  Individual Permits,  for persons who have not resided within
Province for one month, are printed in " Red."
Collection and Accounting of Revenue.
All permit forms must be checked on arrival and receipt of same immediately acknowledged.
Duplicate counterfoils of application forms and permits issued, correctly filled in, together with
a remittance in full for moneys received from the sale of such permits, must be forwarded at the end
of each month to the -Government Agent or other official from whom such permits were received,
accompanied by a statement on the form provided.
LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD.
Statement showing Prescriptions eor Liquor issued by Physicians and honoured at
Government Liquor Vendors' Stores j\nd Drug-stores throughout the Province from
June 15th, 1921, to March 31st, 1922.
Summary.
Month.
Vancouver.   Victoria.
Outside.
Totals.
1021.
June   	
July	
August   	
September   	
October   	
November   	
December    	
192.2.
January   	
February   	
March   	
Totals   	
127
307
211
295
■2-87
2-711
207
19.2
176
l'GS
2,29'8
21
82
6S
58
79
94
10S.
147
108
110
230
4S'6
409
262
ISO
477
497
372
1:87
298
378
875'
6S8
'613
546
842
711
471
573
8'7-i
3,308
i,'568 D 70
British Columbia.
1922
APPENDIX C—Continued.
Statement of Prescriptions for Liquor issued by Physicians and honoured by Government
Liquor Vendors and Druggists throughout the Province during the Period June 15th,
1921, to March 31st, 1922.
Victoria Physicians.
Month.
No.   of
Physicians
issuing
Prescriptions.
Prescriptions  honoured by
Victoria
Vendors.
Victoria
Druggists.
Outside
Vendors.
Outside
Druggists.
Total.
1192:1.
June  	
July   	
August   	
September   	
October   	
November   	
December    	
1922.
January   	
February   	
March   	
Totals   ..
42
26
15
22
22
33
34
29
129
35
2
13
24
2.1
33
22
35
43
23
40
256
19
64
43
34
46
72
70
104
85
70
007
21
8'2
68
58
79
94
105
147
108
110
872
Vancouver Physicians.
Month.
No.   of
Physicians
issuing
Prescriptions.
Prescriptions honoured by
Vancouver
Vendors.
Vancouver
Druggists.
Outside
Vendors.
Outside
Druggists.
Total.
1921.
June   	
July   	
August  	
September   	
October   	
November   	
December   	
1922.
January    	
February    	
March   	
Totals
44
73
5'7
65
64
48
57
53
50
36
30
31
26
42
38
51
37
10
10
298
116
273
177
269
244
229
216
155
157
145
1,078
10
127
307
211
295
287
271
267
1,92
176
1-65
2.29S 13 Geo. 5
Beport of Liquor Control Board.
D 71
APPENDIX C—Continued.
Statement of Prescriptions for Liquor issued by Physicians—Continued.
Outside Physicians.
Month.
1921.
June    	
July   	
August   	
September   	
October   	
November	
December   	
1922.
January  	
February   	
March   	
Totals	
No.  of
Physicians
issuing
Prescriptions,
56
57
50
45
30
41
41
36
'31
27
Prescriptions honoured
Outside
Vendors.
9
10
112
10
15
lo
12
11
106
Outside
Druggists.
■3,202
Total.
228
230
481
486
400
409
243
262
168
180
461
477
482
497
307
372
175
187
287
298
3,39S
APPENDIX D.
Statement of Permits issued from  June 1st,  1921,  to March 31st,  1922.
Kind of Permit.
Individual Liquor Permit  (Resident)   	
Individual Malt Liquor Permit   (Resident)
Individual ILiquor Permit  (Non-resident)   . .
Single Purchase   	
Druggists,  etc	
Ministers of the Gospel   	
Special   	
Mechanical, Manufacturers, and Scientific  .
Less cash in transit prior to March Slst, 1922
Number.
18,9013
6,137
2,110
422,21-3
4,92
161
482
l!2
Price.
$5 00
2 00
'5 00
50
5 '00
1 OO
. and $5
5 OO
Total.
$ 94,51'5 00
12,274 00
10,550 00
211,106 50
2,460 OO
161 00
071 00
60 00
$331,797   50
682 00
$331,115  50
VICTORIA,  B.C.:
Printed by William H. Ccllin, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1922.

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