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 "GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT"
FOURTH ANNUAL REPORT
Liquor Control Board
OF   THE   PROVINCE   OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA
FOR   THE   PERIOD
APRIL 1ST, 1924, TO MARCH 31ST, 1925
PRINTED   BY
AUTHORITY OF THE  LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.
VICTORIA,   B.C. :
Printed  by  Charles  F.  Banfielo,   Printer  to   the King's  Most Excellent   Majesty.
1925.  To His Honour Walter Cameron Nichol,
Lieutenant-Governor 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 year ended March 31st, 1925.
A. M. MANSON,
Attorney-General.
Attorney-General's Department,
Victoria, B.C., September 28th, 1925.  Liquor Control Board,
Victoria, B.C., July 8th, 1925.
The Honourable A. M. Manson, E.G., M.P.P.,
Attorney-General, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I have the honour to transmit herewith the Report of the Liquor Control
Board for the period ended March 31st, 1925.
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,
H. DAVIDSON,
Chairman, Liquor Control Board.
.  REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD.
INTRODUCTION.
In this report, which covers the operations of the Liquor Control Board from April 1st, 1924,
to March 31st, 1925, the arrangement of the subject-matter adopted in preceding reports has heen
adhered to, with the addition of an historical table showing the sections of the " Government
Liquor Act" as renumbered by the " Revised Statutes of British Columbia, 1924."
During the period under review it was decided by the Cabinet to place the administration of
the " Government Liquor Act" in the hands of one person, and accordingly on October 31st,
1924, the three members originally appointed to the Board retired from office, their place being
taken hy Mr. Hugh Davidson.
Much credit is due to the retiring members for the painstaking and successful organization
of the Board's business, whereby the machinery for the sale of liquor as provided for in the Act
was satisfactorily established throughout the Province, the retail stores being located and
equipped in a manner calculated to give service compatible with the requirements of all classes
of the community. The Board takes this opportunity of expressing appreciation of their services,
which may be the better appraised when it is remembered that " Government control" in 1921
was an untried factor.
Since the last report was made the Province of Saskatchewan and the Crown Colony of
Newfoundland have enacted legislation providing for " Government control," whilst the Province
of Ontario* by referendum negatived the introduction of this system.
Reference to the map included in this report will show the gradual spread throughout the
Dominion of the principle of " Government control " of the sale of alcoholic liquor, the permanency
of which must necessarily for a time remain problematical. Whilst it may be inferred that the
public are satisfied with the system adopted, and whilst prohibitory enactments have been
largely repudiated, it is equally certain that the continuation of the sale of liquor for beverage
purposes will be conditional upon the proper control and conduct of the business.
The Appendices covering the accounting of the Board, certified to by the Comptroller-
General as required by the Act, and the statistical data required by section 111 are shown as
follows:—
Appendix A.—Accounts.
Statement of Accounts, April 1st, 1924, to September 30th, 1924.
Vendors' Profit and Loss Statement, April 1st, 1924, to September 30th, 1924.
Statement of Liquor purchased and delivered, April 1st, 1924, to September 30th, 1924.
Statement of Confiscated Liquor taken into Stock and paid for, April 1st, 1924, to September
30th, 1924.
Statement of Accounts, October 1st, 1924, to March 31st, 1925.
Vendors' Profit and Loss Statement, October 1st, 1924, to March 31st, 1925.
Statement of Liquor purchased and delivered, October 1st, 1924, to March 31st, 1925.
Statement of Confiscated Liquor taken into Stock and paid for, October 1st, 1924, to March
31st, 1925.
Appendix B.—Law Enfobcement.
Statement of Prosecutions from April 1st, 1924, to March 31st, 1925.
Appendix C.—Administration.
Regulations made by the Liquor Control Board.
Price-list issued by the Provincial Government.
Statement of Stores and Premises leased or rented.
Statement of Prescriptions for Liquor issued from April 1st, 1924, to March 31st, 1925.
* By an amendment to the Ontario Temperance Act, the sale o£ 4.4 %  beer has since been put into
effect in the Province of Ontario. Chart illustrating Sale of Liquor and Administration  of " Government Liquor Act"  by
Electoral Districts.
Map illustrating Government Control and Sale of Liquor for Beverage Purposes.
Appendix D.—Pebmits.
Statement of -Permits issued from April 1st, 1924, to March 31st, 1925.
" GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT AMENDMENT ACT, 1924."
The following synopsis of the " Government Liquor Act Amendment Act, 1924 "—to which
reference will be made in this report as the context may require—briefly describes the changes
effected:—
Sections of the " Government Liquor Act" amended or added.
2. Inserting the definition of a restaurant.
6. Revising conditions precedent to delivery of liquor.
13. Providing for application for permits being made in the presence of any person designated by the Board.
26. Providing for endorsation of an order of suspension of any club licence so affected.
35. Exempting from sealing wine or cider made from fruit grown in the Province.
48. Redefining the word " inn " for the purposes of this Act.
50a. Adding section 50a, prohibiting the keeping or consumption of liquor in a restaurant,
except under special permit.
53. Re-enacting section 53, prohibiting the sale of beer or near-beer by a person other than a
Vendor or beer licensee.
54a. Adding section 54a, prohibiting the possession of official seals or any imitation seals
by any person other than an officer or employee of the Board.
71. Re-enacting section 71 in respect of special penalties.
102. Conditions precedent to the appointment of a Chairman of the Board and an Acting-
Chairman in his absence.
114. Providing for the payment of salaries and disbursements of Provincial policemen
specially detailed for enforcement of this Act.
117. Providing for deduction from the profits of the Board sums necessary to cover the
expenditures incurred in the administration of the " Mothers' Pensions Act."
118. Amending the method of determining the distribution of profits to municipalities.
119. Adding clauses providing for regulations governing the delivery of liquor by brewers
and distillers, and the returns to be made to the Board, and the inspection of books and records.
123. Providing for copies of resolutions or orders of the Board certified to by the Secretary
being accepted as evidence.
GOVERNMENT LIQUOR STORES.
Establishment of Stobes.
One additional Government Liquor Store was opened at the town of Hope, in the Electoral
District of Yale, bringing the total number of stores in operation up to seventy.
Pbemises.
A number of leases expired during the year and, where continuation of the occupancy
appeared desirable, renewals were entered into at as reasonable a rent as could be obtained.
In certain cases existing store premises were deemed undesirable and removal was made to more
suitable locations, it being the endeavour of the Board, whenever opportunity occurs, to see that
the general standard of the stores is on a level compatible' with the Board's business.
A tabulated statement of all holdings and leases is shown in Appendix C.
, Stocks of Liquob.
Reference to the inventory values (see Appendix A) will show that the stocks of liquor in
the warehouses have been considerably reduced, whilst stocks in the stores have also been
materially curtailed. 15 Geo. 5 Report of Liquor Control Board. J 7
With a view to greater economy in freight, handling, and distribution charges, the Board
succeeded in making a fresh arrangement for the supplies of beer to the stores and the method
determined upon is proving satisfactory.
LOGANBEBBY  WlNE.
Reference was made in the previous report to the development of this new industry and the
public approval accorded the introduction of the wine.
The amount invoiced to the stores represented a value of $42,325.25 for the period under
review, and further steps are being taken by the manufacturing companies, both on Vancouver
Island and the Mainland, to ensure a sufficient production to meet the growing demand for this
product.
The Growers' Wine Company, Limited, of Victoria and the Berry-growers' Co-operative
Union of Vancouver manufactured some 22,000 and 15,000 gallons respectively from the 1924
crop, a substantial portion, if not the whole, of which the Board anticipates will be marketed
through the Government Liquor Stores.
As in the case of most new enterprises, the earlier productions were, and still are, necessarily
governed by the market and financial resources available, but from the success which has
attended the initial efforts of these companies the growers would appear assured of a steady
development in the local market and may look forward to an expansion of the business into
foreign markets which the excellent quality of the product merits.
Pbice-lists.
A complete revision of Price-list No. 1, which comprises all liquors other than malt liquor,
was carefully prepared and brought into effect by Order in Council No. 891 on August 18th,
1924, the existing schedule and all amendments thereto being at the same time cancelled.
With the introduction of the sale of draught beer it was necessary to make provision for
the purchase of the same by licensees, and Price-list No. 7 was issued fixing the price of draught
beer f.o.b. at the various brewery points.    (See Appendix C.—Price-lists.)
BUBGLABY  AND  THEFT.
The handling of liquor stocks presents greater difficulties than are usually incidental to
general merchandising, and notwithstanding every precautionary effort losses are encountered.
The Board has taken all reasonable steps to safeguard against contingencies of this nature
by adequate insurance, proper equipment in warehouse and store premises, and in particular by
careful selection in the personnel of the staff.
The theft of $7,000 cash which was abstracted from the safe at the Pender Street Store,
Vancouver, after closing hours and during the week-end of February 21st to 23rd, 1925, emphasizes the truth of these observations.
A claim has been instituted under the burglary policy for the recovery of the money and it
is hoped that the efforts of the police will result in conviction of the parties responsible.
PERMITS.
*
A detailed statement showing the sales of each variety of permit is furnished in Appendix D.
A shipping permit for the transportation of liquor by water within the Province, pursuant to
section 36 of the " Government Liquor Act," has been provided for by amending Regulation No. 1.
(See Appendix C.—Regulations.) These permits are issued only by officers designated by the
Honourable the Attorney-General at the Ports of Vancouver, Victoria, and Prince Rupert.
LICENCES.
Club Licences.
By an amendment to Regulation No. 22 the fee for a club licence to apply to all clubs was
fixed at $100.
Club licences expiring on December 31st in the year of issue were granted as shown in the
following tables:— Club Licences issued in respect of the Year 1924-
Locality. Name.
Cumberland Pastime Club.
Nanaimo Workmen's Club.
Army -and Navy Veterans in Canada.
Nelson Nelson Club.
Natal Natal & Michel Literary and Athletic Club.
Port Moody Burrard Club.
Powell River Powell River Country Club.
Prince George Great War A^eterans' Association.
Rossland-Trail Rossland Trail Country Club, Ltd.
Salmon Arm Great War Veterans' Association.
Vancouver New Dominion Club.
Central Athletic Club.
Vancouver Athletic Club.
Hellenic Canadian Club.
Vanderhoof Vanderhoof Club, Ltd.
Club Licences issued in respect of the year 1925.
Locality. Name.
Armstrong Great War Veterans' Association.
Chilliwack Great War Veterans' Association.
Coal Creek Coal Creek Literary & Athletic Association.
Courtenay ..Elks' Home.
Cranbrook Great War Veterans' Association.
Cumberland -. Pastime Club.
Fernie Great War Veterans' Association.
Fernie Literary & Athletic Association.
Fernie Club.
Kamloops Grand Arnly of United Veterans.
Kamloops Elks' Club.
Kelowna Kelowna Club.
Great War Veterans' Association.
Ladysmith Army & Navy Veterans' Association in Canada.
Nanaimo Army & Navy Veterans in Canada.
Great War Veterans' Association.
Workmen's Club.
Fraternal Order of Eagles' Home.
Elks' Home No. 26.
Natal Natal & Michel Literary and Athletic Association.
Nelson Great War Veterans' Association.
New Westminster Great War Veterans' Association.
Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks.
Army & Navy Veterans' Association.
Westminster Club.
North Vancouver North Vancouver Elks' Club.
Army & Navy Veterans' in Canada.
Port Coquitlam Grand Army of United Veterans.
Port Moody Burrard Club.
Prince George Great War Veterans' Association.
Prince Rupert Great War Veterans' Association.
Prince Rupert Club.
Revelstoke Revelstoke Club.
Great War Veterans' Association.
Rossland Rossland Club.
Salmon Arm Great War Veterans' Association.
Smithers Great War Veterans' Association. 15 Geo. 5 Report of Liquor Control Board. J 9
Locality. Name.
South Vancouver Army & Navy Veterans in Canada.
Cedar Cottage Veterans.
Great War Veterans' Association.
Vancouver Terminal City Club, Ltd.
United Veterans of South Africa.
Hellenic Canadian Club.
Imperial Veterans in Canada.
Vancouver Italian Club.
New Dominion Club.
Strand Club.
Canadian Greek Club.
Army & Navy Veterans in Canada.
Grand Army of United Veterans.
4th Division Club.
Elks' Club.
Quadra Club.
University Club of Vancouver, Ltd.
Great War Veterans' Association.
Vancouver Club.
Central Athletic Club.
Shaughnessey Heights Golf Club.
Jericho Country Club.
Vancouver Golf and Country Club.
Point Grey Golf and Country Club.
Victoria Army & Navy Veterans in Canada.
Veterans of France.
Victoria Elks' Club.
Imperial Veterans in Canada.
Great War Veterans' Association.
Canadian Legion.
Union Club of British Columbia.
Pacific Club.
Victoria Golf Club.
Colwood Golf and Country Club.
Vanderhoof Vanderhoof Club.
Vernon Vernon Club.
It is hoped that the sale of beer by the glass will tend to reduce the necessity for licences of
this nature, which should diminish in many localities proportionately to the issuance of beer
licences.
Beer Licences.
A plebiscite held on June 20th, 1924, pursuant to the " Liquor-control Plebiscites Act," to
determine the approval or otherwise of the sale of beer by the glass in licensed premises, resulted
■as follows:—
Electoral districts which voted in the affirmative: Alberni, Atlin, Burnaby, Cariboo, Columbia, Comox, Cowichan-Newcastle, Cranbrook, Creston, Esquimalt, Fernie, Fort George, the
Islands, Lillooet, Mackenzie, Nanaimo, North Okanagan, Omineca, Prince Rupert, Rossland,
Skeena, Vancouver, and Yale.
Electoral districts which voted in the negative: Chilliwack, Delta, Dewdney, Grand Forks-
Greenwood, Kamloops, Kaslo-Slocan, Nelson, New Westminster, North Vancouver, Revelstoke,
Richmond-Point Grey, Saanich, Salmon Arm, Similkameen, South Okanagan, South Vancouver,
and Victoria.
By Proclamation dated the 14th day of January, 1925 (see B.C. Gazette, Vol. LXV., No. 3,
pages 183, 184), the provisions of section 27 of the " Government Liquor Act" were brought into
effect in respect only of the electoral districts which voted in the affirmative.
After due consideration and repeated conferences with delegations representing the various
groups interested in the new licensing system, the Board, with the approval of the Lieutenant- J 10 British Columbia. 1925
Governor in Council, issued regulations (see Appendix C) providing " the conditions, accommodations, and qualifications " requisite to obtaining a beer licence.
In accordance with the Statute, applicants were required to advertise their intention to
apply for a licence, and upon expiry of the advertising period of four weeks applications were
received and registered at the Board's offices. Of the 284 applications received to March 31st,
1925, ninety-five were approved and licences issued as shown in the subjoined table, careful
inspection of. the premises by officers of the Board and general inquiry as to the bona fides of
the applicants having first been made.
Electoral District. Locality. Premises.
Alberni Wellington Wellington Hotel.
Port Alberni Beaufort Hotel.
King Edward Hotel.
Somass Hotel.
Parksville Rod and Gun Hotel.
Alberni Arlington Hotel.
Comox Cumberland Cumberland Hotel.
Waverley Hotel.
Courtenay Riverside Hotel.
Courtenay Hotel.
Comox Lome Hotel.
Elk Hotel.
Union Bay Nelson Hotel.
Cowichan-Newcastle Cowichan Lake Riverside Inn.
Cowichan Lake Hotel.
Cowichan Bay Buena Vista Hotel.
Chemainus Horse Shoe Bay Hotel.
Lewisville Hotel.
Ladysmith Abbotsford Hotel.
Travellers' Hotel.
New Western Hotel.
Bayview Hotel.
Frank Hotel.
Cassidy Cassidy Hotel.
Esquimalt Esquimalt Esquimalt Hotel.
Cobble Hill Wilton Place.
Port Renfrew " Nicholson's."
Fernie Elko Elk Hotel.
Columbia Hotel.
Fernie Northern Hotel.
Napanee Hotel.
Queen's Hotel.
Waldorf Hotel.
King Edward Hotel.
King's Hotel.
Natal Kootenay Hotel.
Fort Steele Windsor Hotel.
Lillooet Lillooet Victoria Hotel.
Excelsior Hotel.
Squamish Squamish Hotel.
Howe Sound Sea Side Park Hotel.
Nanaimo... Nanaimo Windsor Hotel.
Balmoral Hotel.
Newcastle Hotel.
Queen's Hotel.
Occidental Hotel.
Crescent Hotel.
Nanaimo River Cranberry Hotel. 15 Geo. 5 Report of Liquor Control Board. J 11
Electoral District. Locality. Premises.
Nanaimo Island Highway Quarterway Hotel.
Omineca Burns Lake Omineca Hotel.
Prince Rupert Prince Rupert Knox Hotel.
Central Hotel.
New Empress Hotel.
Old Empress Hotel.
Savoy Hotel.
Prince Rupert Hotel.
Rossland-Trail .Trail Crown Point Hotel.
Union Hotel.
Rossland Orwell Hotel.
Skeena Port Essington .Caledonia Hotel.
Smithers..... Bulkeley Hotel.
Terrace Terrace Hotel.
Vancouver Vancouver Stirling Hotel.
Europe Hotel.
Travellers' Hotel.
Melbourne Hotel.
American Hotel.
Hotel Canada.
Balmoral Hotel.
Niagara Hotel.
Manitoba Hotel.
New Fountain Hotel.
Hotel Lotus,
Invermay Hotel.
Grandview Hotel.
Columbia Hotel.
London Hotel.
Castle Hotel.
Main Hotel.
Hotel West.
Angelus Hotel.
Hotel Patricia.
Regent Hotel.
Cecil Hotel.
Metropole Hotel.
Ivanhoe Hotel.
Hudson Hotel.
Yale Hotel.
Mount View Hotel.
Cordova Hotel.
Dufferin Hotel.
4 Stratford Hotel.
Dominion Hotel.
Burrard Hotel.
St. Regis Hotel.
Of necessity, at the commencement, the " licensed premises " in many cases were hastily
improvised and somewhat inadequately equipped to meet and maintain the requirements of the
regulations, but the licensees made an honest endeavour to make such improvements as the
Board indicated would be necessary.
It is gratifying to report that no undue delays or inconveniences marred the opening of
the " beer-sales rooms," and all parties interested endeavoured to co-operate with the Board in
the successful organization of this extension of the control system.
Pursuant to section 27 of the Act, the Board by regulation fixed the fees for beer licences,
the scale being determined by a minimum of $150 and a maximum of $1,000 per annum.    In J 12 British Columbia. 1925
respect of the year 1925, provision was made by resolution of the Board for three-quarters only
of the fees fixed being charged.
The provisions of section 27 in effect constituted an entire licensing system for the retailing
of beer by the glass, and though the probable consumption in the various districts was of necessity
largely conjectural, the Board viewed the receipt of a licence as a " franchise" of sufficient
importance to merit an adequate fee. In addition, it was deemed reasonable to ensure a sufficient
revenue to provide for the extra supervision which the business would necessitate.
In the short interval between the opening date of the first group of " licensed premises "
(March 21st) and the close of the month with which the report terminates, but little opportunity
has been afforded for analysing the immediate effects of this legislation, and it must be left for
subsequent reports to deal at greater length with this phase of the Board's administration.
PROHIBITIONS.
Appendix B, Law Enforcement, shows in detail all prosecutions reported by the police for
infractions of the " Government Liquor Act."
The 1924 Amendment Act provided for the payment by the Board of the salaries and disbursements of such members of the Provincial Police as are from time to time specially detailed
by the Superintendent of Police for the enforcement of the Act, and early in 1925 the Chief
Inspector and other preventive officers of the Board were transferred to the staff of the Provincial
Police, the BOard maintaining its connection through the Supervisor of Law Enforcement.
The right of the Board to act in any municipality where enforcement is not being properly
carried out, and to deduct the costs and expenses incurred therein, was the cause of some
criticism when the distribution of profits took place, but in all cases the Board was willing and
able to show that such charges had been properly incurred in the interests of efficient enforcement.
No decisions of the Privy Council or the Court of Appeal affecting the " Government Liquor
Act" were rendered during the period of this report.
APPLICATION OF ACT.
Pharmaceutical and otheb Peepabations.
The  consent of the Board in support  of  manufacturers requiring  Dominion licences  to
purchase liquor in bond for manufacture of preparations included in such licences was granted
to  the  following  firms :—
1925—
Kelly, Douglas & Company, Ltd Vancouver.
W. H, Malkin Company, Ltd Vancouver.
National Drug & Chemical Company of Canada, Ltd Vancouver.
David Spencer, Ltd Vancouver.
Sunset Vinegar Company, Ltd Vancouver.
Empress Manufacturing Company, Ltd Vancouver.
Arancouver Drug Company, Ltd Vancouver.
TAXATION PROVISIONS
Warehouse Licences.    »
Warehouse licences were issued as shown in the following table, the Consolidated Exporters
Corporation, Limited, operating five of these licences through its various branches:—•
Warehouse Licences issued from January 1st, 1925, to March 31st, 1925.
Licence
No. Name of Firm. Place of Business.
68 Joseph Kennedy, Ltd Vancouver.
69 Consolidated Exporters Corporation, Ltd Victoria.
70 Consolidated Exporters Corporation, Ltd Vancouver.
71 Consolidated Exporters Corporation, Ltd Grand Forks.
72 Consolidated Exporters Corporation, Ltd Prince Rupert.
73 Consolidated Exporters Corporation, Ltd Fernie. 15 Geo. 5 Report of Liquor Control Board. J 13
Taxation of Liquor not purchased from a Government Liquor Store.
A considerable decline in the amount of revenue derived from this source is noticeable, the
inference being that the choice of liquors now obtainable in the Government stores obviates the
desire for private importation of any particular brand.
INTERDICTION.
Interdiction orders issued by Magistrates and Chief Constables numbered fifty-one, whilst
seventeen orders of revocation were issued by interdiction officials.
The Act also now provides for notifying holders of beer licences of all interdictions, and
notices have been issued accordingly.
PENALTIES AND PROCEDURE.
The 1924 Amendment Act included important changes in the penalties for special offences,
as shown hereunder :—
Section. Offence.
28 Sale of liquor by any person other than a Vendor or beer licensee.
31 Sale of liquor by a Vendor or clerk otherwise than as provided for in Act.
40 Selling, giving, or supplying liquor to a minor.
43 Supplying liquor to an interdict.
53 Sale of beer or near-beer illegally. ) Added by " Government Liquor Act Aniend-
54a Illegal possession of seals. (      ment Act, 1924."
Penalties.
First offence—
1923—Imprisonment 6 to 12 months.    1924—Changed to fine $300 to $1,000;   in default,
imprisonment 3 to 6 months.
Second offence—
1923—Imprisonment 12 to 21 months.    1924—Changed to imprisonment 6 to 12 months.
The special penalty for the illegal sale of beer was formerly imprisonment for 1 to 3 months
for a first offence and 3 to 12 months for a second offence, but is now included with the penalties
fixed for the above-mentioned offences, the penalty being shown in the 1924 column.
An additional offence was created by section 54a, which prohibited the possession of official
seals or counterfeits of same by any person other than an officer or employee of the Board.
LlQTJOK  FORFEITED   OR   SEIZED.
Destruction of forfeited or seized liquor during the period under review has been provided
for in the following Orders in Council:—
Orders in Council. Approved.
No.    946 Aug. 28th, 1924.
No. 1218 Nov. 17th, 1924.
No.    118 Feb. 4th, 1925.
No.    178 Feb. 17th, 1925.
Report of Seizures in Municipalities.
Statements in detail of all seizures of liquor and of liquor ordered forfeited after conviction
have been forwarded monthly in conjunction with the prosecution reports by all Chief Constables
(Provincial and Municipal).
LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD.
Staff.
Mr. A. M. Johnson, K.C., formerly Chairman of the Board, was appointed Prosecuting Officer
under the direction of the Honourable the Attorney-General. J 14
British Columbia.
1925
A recapitulation of the permanent staff as at March 31st, 1925, is as follows:—
Staffs.
Returned
Soldier.
Not
Returned
Soldier.
Female.
Total.
Administrative Offices	
21
17
82
15
36
91
9
7
45
Government Liquor Warehouses	
60
173
Totals	
120
142
16
278
ACCOUNTING.
Advances.
The Minister of Finance has from time to time advanced sufficient sums to provide adequate
working capital.
Balance-sheets and Statements of Profit and Loss.
Appendix A contains financial statements for the six-monthly periods ending September
30th, 1924, and March 31st, 1925, certified to by the Comptroller-General as required by the Act.
In the Profit and Loss Account for the latter period additional revenue in the sum of $38,625
is shown for the issuance of beer licences during the month of March, 1925, whilst an expenditure
of $88,495.50 appears as the cost of the beer plebiscite, payment for this by the Board being
provided for in section 15 of the " Liquor-control Plebiscites Act."
A review of the profits arising out of the operations of the Board since its inception, and the
distribution thereof, is of interest at this juncture in view of the introduction of the sale of
draught beer, which will necessarily affect subsequent returns.
June 15th, 1921, to March 31st, 1925.
Net
Profits.
DlSTKIBUTION.
Year.
Reserve.
Mothers'
Pension.
Municipalities.
Hospitals.
Consolidated
Revenue.
1921-22
$1,772,971 59
2,325,453 89
3,037,101  20
2,689,038 79
$172,971 59
114,692 75
151,855 07
134,451 94
$   S00.000 00
927,227 77
1,009,836 14
807,716 46
$   800,000 00
1922-23 	
$178,152 80
432,786 92
346,164 20
1,105,380 57
1923-24
1,442,623 07
1924-25 	
$246,825 52
1,153,880 67
Totals ....
$9,824,565 47
$573,971 35
$246,825 52
$3,544,780 37
$957,103 92
$4,501,884 31
Reserve Fund.
From the net profit as at September 30th, 1924, the sum of $81,730.09 was appropriated to
the Reserve Account by Order in Council No. 665, 1924, and a further sum of $63,962.34 was
subsequently appropriated from the profits for the six months ended March 31st, 1925.
The total amount standing at the Reserve Account to date is $573,971.35.
Mothers' Pension Fund.
By the 1924 Amendment Act the sums required in respect of the " Mothers' Pensions Act"
are taken from the net profits of the Board, as in the case of the Reserve Fund, before proportioning the amounts payable to the Consolidated Revenue Fund and the municipalities.
The sum of $246,825.52 will be set aside for this purpose from the profits for the six months
ended March 31st, 1925.
, Regulations.
Appendix C includes amendments to existing regulations and new regulations passed by
the Board during the fiscal year 1924h-25.
These regulations have been published in the British Columbia Gazette in accordance with
the provisions of section 119 of the Act. 15 Geo. 5
Report op Liquor Control Board.
J 15
For the convenience of the public the " Government Liquor Act" as renumbered by the
." Revised Statutes of British Columbia, 1924," and amended by the " Government Liquor Act
Amendment Act, 1924," has been issued in a consolidated form.
Historical Table of " Government Liquor Act."
("Revised Statutes of British Columbia, 1924," page 3791.)
Former Legislation.
Revised and
Former Legislation.
Revised and
Statutes of 1921.
Consolidated.
Statutes of 1921.
Consolidated.
Chap.  ]    Sec.
Chap.
Sec.
Chap.
Sec.
Chap.
Sec.
30
1-15
16
17-25
146
1-15
30
69
70
71
146
78,79
80
17-25
81
26
28
72
82
27
31
73
83
28
32
74
84
29
33
75
85
30
34
70
86
31
35
77
87
32
37
78
88
33
38
79
89
34
80
90
-
35
40
81
91
36
41
82
92
37
42
83
93
38
43  •
84
94
39
44
85
95
40
45
86
96
41
46
87
97
42
47
88
98
43
48
89
99
44
50
90
100
45
51
91
101
46
53
92
47
93
103
48
56
94
104
49
57
95
105
50
58
96
106
51
60
97
107
52
61
98
108
53
02
99
109
54
63
100
110
55
64
101
111
56
65
102
112
57
66
103
113
58
67
104
114
59
68
105
115
00
69
106
116
61
70
107
117
62
71
108
118
63
72
100
119
04
73
110
120
65
74
311
121
60
75
112
122
67
68
76
77
113-115
Sell. J 16 British Columbia. 1925
APPENDIX A.
BALANCE-SHEET AS AT
ASSETS.
CASH  IN  CANADIAN BANK OF  COMMERCE    $     31,553 18
CASH  ADVANCES  TO   MEMBERS   OF  BOARD,   WAREHOUSE   MANAGERS,   AUDITORS,
AND  VENDORS,  ETC ;  119,415 00
ACCOUNTS  RECEIVABLE  2,374 73
CLAIMS   ACCOUNT  5,335 46
STOCK ON HAND PER INVENTORY  2,211,627 55
REAL  ESTATE  30,765 00
BUILDINGS   (LESS  DEPRECIATION)  115,125 00
EQUIPMENT   (LESS DEPRECIATION)  23,351 55
FURNITURE  AND  FIXTURES   (LESS  DEPRECIATION)  8,505 03
DEFERRED CHARGES :
Insurance -  $14,375 58
Guarantee bonds  585 47
 14,961 05
$2,563,013 55
D.  R.  MACFARLANE,
Chief Accountant.
A.  M. JOHNSON,
Chairman. 15 Geo. 5
Eeport of Liquor Control Board.
J 17
SEPTEMBER 30th, 1924.
LIABILITIES.
PROVINCIAL TREASURY DEPARTMENT, ADVANCES  -  $   618,166 59
ACCOUNTS PAYABLE         226,080 66
RESERVE  FUND     :         439,519 41
i $1,283,766 66
PROFIT AND  LOSS ACCOUNT   (UNDIVIDED  PROFITS)       1,279,246 89
$2,563,013 55
I certify that I have examined the accounts of the Liquor Control Board for the six months ended
September 30th, 1924, 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., 'November 18th, 1921,. J 18 British Columbia. 1925
APPENDIX A—Continued.
TRADING ACCOUNT FOB THE PERIOD
TO  STOCK ON HAND,  MARCH 31st,  1924  $1,897,280 93
„   MERCHANDISE  PURCHASED     4,329,859 69
„   OPERATING COSTS :
WAREHOUSES :
Salaries     $ 51,328  70
Rents             9,565 00
Insurance         4,803 13
Telegraph  and  telephone -  584 57
Light, water, and fuel          1,135 53
Depreciation     3,940 61
Sundries            7,938 91
 $ 79,296 45
VENDORS :
Salaries $146,515 66
Rents   ;..      29,569 46
Insurance            9,543 36
Telegraph and telephone         1,764 55
Light, water, and fuel         2,432 14
Depreciation         4,544 80
Sundries  (including alterations and repairs)          19,782 55
 214,152 52
 293,448 97
„   HEAD OFFICE EXPENSES :
Administrative salaries  $ 39,984 45
Travelling expenses  5,120 13
Interest on advances   37,861 42
Rent  2,220 00
Telegraph and telephone - -  1,186 23
Light, water, and fuel  - •-  100 00
Printing and stationery   8,318 59
Postage       3,283 95
Bank charges   -  280 01
Guarantee bonds    -  438 83
Workmen's compensation  — 5,000 00
Depreciation    1,372 22
Sundries     1,380 75
 106,546 58
$6,627,136 17
„   BALANCE TRANSFERRED TO PROFIT AND DOSS  ACCOUNT      1,361,187 74
$7,988,323 91 —
I
m
APPENDIX C—Continued.
Chart illustrating Sale op Liquor and Administration op " Government Liquor Act," by Electoral Districts.
J 81
Electoral Districts.
Burnaby.
Cariboo-
Columbia..
Cowichan-Newcastle..
Dewdney..
Esquimau..
Fernie	
Fort George..
Grand Forks-Greenwood..
Islands..
Kamloops..
Kaslo..
Mackenzie..
New Westminster..
North Okanagan..
North Vancouver..
Prince Rupert..
Revelstoke..
Richmond-Point Grey..
Rossland-Trall	
Saanich	
Salmon Arm..
Similkameen..
South Okanagan..
South Vancouver..
Vancouver	
Yale..
Sale of Liquor.
Government Liquor Stores.
Port Alberni..
Parksville	
Anyox	
Alice Arm..
Stewart	
Quesnel	
Williams Lake..
Chilliwack..
Abbotsford-
Golden	
Invermere..
Courtenay	
Cumberland	
Campbell River..
Duncan	
Ladysmith..
Cranbrook..
Kimberley..
Yahk	
Langley Prairie	
Ladner	
South Westminster, ,
Cloverdale	
Coquitlam	
Mission	
Maillardville..
Esquimalt..
Fernie..
Michel..
Prince George..
McBride	
Pouce Coupe....
Grand Forks..
Greenwood	
Sidney	
Kamloops..
Ocean Falls....
Powell River-
New Westminster-
North Vancouver-
Prince Rupert...
Rossland-
Trall	
Salmon Arm-
Princeton..
Pentlcton..
Keremeos..
Coalmont..
Oliver.	
Smithers..
Terrace....
S08 Pender Street West-
219 Hastings Street	
758 Powell Street	
602 Robson Street	
65 Cordova Street	
847 Beatty Street	
1213 Granville Street	
709 Johnson Street..
Humboldt Street	
Merritt—
Ashcroft..
Hope	
87,893 10
31,955 00
143,607 60
42,832 90
145,250 40
33,617 70
60,177 65
109,204 20
91,297 40
64,354 40
28,078 45
77,335 12
143,853 30
59,994 95
116,987 65
94,525 10
224,397 60
126,902 65
92,676 60
33,214 25
38,574 80
35.770 80
61,648 55
60,449 35
69,314 75
10,748 60
76,007 75
175,306 45
93,276 50
206,940 51
42,662 85
20,689 90
58,556 35
45,816 00
30,000 50
25,909 65
118,527 65
67,394 00
403,265 90
273,044 15
295,813 95
138,262 40
407,082 35
135,465 35
91,393 95
179,874 45
66,519 20
96,419 90
33,909 10
44,891 30
25,199 10
98,726 28
34,719 70
Gross Profit.
895,595 10
1,040,109 05
282,624 55
775,467,95
573,262 90
284,632 60
429,439 60
27,728 00
617,291 85
409,588 15
100,593 15
49,900 85
40,255 00,
$11,409,116 38
26,195 38
9,496 22
42,814 46
12,608 04
43,269 22
10,010 79
17,901 24
32,468 47
27,095 40
19,114 03
8,343 23
22,945 14
42,812 18
17,821 70
34,863 12
28,192 87
66,809 08
37,936 46
27,526 39
9,854 38
11,504 95
7,693 no
18,297 45
18,069 07
20,628 44
3,198 29
22,684 59
52,186 33
27,819 87
61,629 63
12,629 43
6,179 88
17,324 31
13,559 00
9,441 71
63,503 48
35,303 56
20,010 58
120,186 87
81,374 84
Operation
Costs.
36,699 95
120,846 03
40,264 81
27,040 76
53,747 57
11,970 09
19,814 86
28,712 75
10,101 51
13,371 68
7,458 43
29,289 62
10,299 68
34,059 22
268,058 56
311,015 28
84,653 57
231,894 90
171,390 09
84,975 04
128,423 12
8,509 72
184,040 42
122,217 51
29,918 51
14,901 73
11,951 52
3,580 80
2,800 03
6,433 06
3,357 17
4,723 74
3,715 86
3.666 49
4,818 29
4,333 34
4,938 76
3,048 48
4,445 13
2,417 04
3,588 01
3,675 49
3,551 49
7,719 34
5,815 76
3,552 54
2,905 37
3,056 34
2,265 77
3,345 75
2,975 97
3,941 92
2,046 56
3,064 31
4,661 59
3,426 81
8,423 62
3,385 08
3,174 63
3,596 35
3,442 34
3,058 99
3,253 34
4,894 19
3,689 72
9,866 73
9,939 48
9,305 93
5,633 83
5,227 66
11,953 42
3,024 99
6,173 84
3,370 62
3,728 01
4,836 52
4,163 62
2,788 98
3,103 52
4,300 01
3,310 40
5,510 47
22,033 72
26,801 35
10,340 37
22,137 19
18,447 64
7,995 05
15,736 29
184 85
20,757 38
10,879 16
4,299 70
3,353 85
3,333 74
$428,979 20
22,614 58
6,696 19
36,381 40
9,250 87
38,545 48
6,294 93
14,234 75
27,650 18
22,762 06
14,175 27
5,294 75
28,500 01
17,746 69
14,233 69
31,187 63
24,641 38
59,099 74
32,120 70
23,973 85
6,949 01
8,448 61
^5^67=23--
14,951 70
15,093 10
16,686 52
1,151 73
47,524 74
24,393 06
53,206 01
9,244 35
3,005 25
13,727 96
10,116 66
6,531 20
56,306 80
30,409 37
16,320 86
78,978 32
34,541 40
24,015 77.
47,573 73
16,086 85
23,876 23
5,937 89
10,582 70
4,354 91
24,989 61
6,989 28
28,648 75
246,014 84
284,213 93
74,313 20
209,757 71
152,942 45
76,979 99
112,686 83
8,324  87
163,283 04
101,338 35
25,618 81
11,547 88
8,617 78
- $2,973,952 63
Appropriation op Profits to Municipalities.
Cities, Municipalities,
and Villages.
Alberni   	
Port Alberni
Burnaby
Chilliwack  (City)
Chilliwack  (Mun.)
Sumas 	
Matsqui 	
Abbotsford	
Courtenay ...
Cumberland
Duncan  	
Ladysmith   	
North Cowichan
Surrey ..
Delta ....
Langley
Port Coquitlam ....
Port Moody	
Pitt Meadows 	
Mission 	
Maple Ridge 	
Coquitlam 	
Village of Mission..
Esquimalt
Fernie  	
Prince George
Grand Forks .
Greenwood   ...
Kamloops
Kaslo ..
Slocan
Population.
No. of Days
Attendance
at School
by Pupils.
New Westminster
Fraser Mills 	
Enderby   	
Armstrong   ....
Vernon   	
Coldstream ....
Spallumcheen
North Vancouver 	
West Vancouver	
North Vancouver (Mun.)
Burns Lake
Prince Rupert
Revelstoke
Richmond   -
Point Grey
Rossland 	
Trail   	
Tadanac   —
Salmon Arm	
Salmon Arm (Mun.).
Smithers
Kelowna  	
Glenmore   ....
Peachland ....
Summerland
South Vancouver
Vancouver	
Victoria ,..
Oak Bay
Merritt
Kent   ...
700
1,056
1,767
5,500
600
4,500
810
1,043
1,178
1,967
2,987
2,725
5,500
3,200
-^,000.-
2,148
1,030
422
3,500
4,000
2,450
5,000
4,343
2,053
1,469
371
4,501
950
317
8,877
14,495
772
783
983
510
1,817
7,652
4,500
3,800
6,393
5,000
20,000
2,097
3,020
195
627
4,250
4,000
2,520
270
501
1,837
32,000
117,217
38,727
4,500
1,721
1,100
22,667
44,345%
586,919%
70,433
164,771
34,047%
114,772%
23,258
56.419%
93,285 %
37.424
82.009%
65,193
146,417%
37,929
207,015
99,375
153,Tlft8-:
48,608%
38,024
14,633
53,700
118,630%
35,714%
46,001%
94,510
163,220%
66,267%
80,001%
16,698
24,324
10,013%
202,847
530,224
7,055%
23,838%
37,179%
161,894%
14,973
59,271%
294,633%
98,004%
136,363 •
7,661%
132,279%
171,054%
735,078
94,036
149,229%
10.027
359,066%
36,893
46,191
27,988%
104,524
4,974
12,867%
59,659
1,393,491%
3,608,009
998,634%
133,337%
73,880%
31,653
1.397 41
2.398 91
30,571 26
3,906 10
10,597 76
1,616 63
8,096 72
1,028 61
2,482 00
3,787 25
2,330 97
4,451 47
5,059 53
7,106 80
11,808 15
6,266 50
3,687 88
2,190 03
870 17
5,278 42
7,673 18
3,641 13
2,306 39
8,050 41
9,317 09
4,092 33
3,861 82
874 84
1,712 01
625 60
11,400 24
,30,679 89
1,027 04
1,519 65
2,115 60
8,576 04
973 94
3,639 71
16,618 02
7,616 28
7,967 38
378 71
11,328 43
6,762 63
10,243 56
42,431 48
4,934 98
7,502 60
495 65
1,727 00
5,864 59
1,533 85
5,687 45
431 01
904 00
3,672 20
74,118 41
228,623 26
$807,716 46
Administration.
Cities and Municipalities.
Alberni	
Port Alberni..
Chilllwack (City)...
Chilliwack (Mun.)..
Sumas	
Matsqui	
Abbotsford	
Courtenay	
Cumberland-
Duncan .,	
Ladysmith	
North Cowichan..
Surrey-
Delta	
LangleT..
69,992 72
8,628 64
3,955 71
2,082 28
Port Coquitlam	
Port Moody	
Pitt Meadows	
Mission	
Maple Ridge	
Coquitlam	
Village of Mission..
Esquimalt..
Prince George-
Grand Forks..
Greenwood	
Kamloops..
Kaslo...
Slocan..
New Westminster..
Fraser Mills	
Enderby—
Armstrong
Vernon	
Coldstream	
Spallumcheen..
North Vancouver	
West Vancouver.	
North Vancouver (Mun.)..
Prince Rupert-
Balance of District,
Provincial Police
Stations.
Alberni ....
Clayoquot
Boundary .
Anyox 	
Atlin 	
Stewart   ...
Prosecutions.
Barkerville	
Quesnel   	
Hancevllle  	
Williams Lake .
Likely	
Abbotsford ..
Chilliwack ..
Huntingdon
Golden   	
Athalmer ....
Canal Flats
Courtenay   	
Cumberland 	
Port Alice 	
Campbell River „
Alert Bay 	
Quatblaskl Cove
Cranbrook
Kimberley
Wardner ...
Yahk 	
Salmo ...
Creston
Ladner 	
Fort Langley 	
Langley Prairie .
Port Moody
Mission 	
Fernie 	
Coal Creek ..
Elko 	
Elk Prairie
Natal   	
Waldo   	
Corbin   	
Prince George
Hutton 	
Lucerne    ,
McBride 	
Pouce Coupe ..
Fort St. John
Hudson Hope
Rolla	
G reenwood   ..
Grand Forks
Midway   	
Ganges
■Sidney
Kamloops ....
Mount Olie
Savona 	
Kaslo   	
Nakusp 	
New Denver .
Lillooet   	
Clinton 	
Squamish 	
Britannia Beach
Ocean Falls 	
Powell River 	
Bella Coola 	
Flrvale 	
Vananda   	
Rivers Inlet	
Nelson
New Westminster
Vernon  ..
Enderby
North Vancouver
Burns Lake
Vanderhoof
Trail	
Masset   	
Prince Rupert
Salmon Arm (Mun.)..
Smithers..
Kelowna	
Glenmore	
Peachland	
Summerland..
South Vancouver-
Victoria...
Oak Bay..
Merrltt..
Kent	
Chase   	
Sicamous
Ducks 	
Princeton
Penticton
Keremeos
Coalmont
Fairview
Port Esslngton
Swanson  Bay ..
Terrace   	
Hazelton   	
Telkwa 	
Kelowna
Vancouver
Victoria
Ashcroft 	
Hope 	
Lytton   	
MeWltt 	
Noijth Bend
1
10
11
1
3
23
2
1
13
7
11
13
4
4
89
5
50
12
183
2
23
1
29
5
2
4
104
9
10
22
37
1
4
10
1,749
1
67
1
3,364    j      13    |    163
26
23
4
12
4
363
13
1
1
10
16
3
23
1
1
11
13
6
21
Fines
collected.
Bail
estreated.
4
36
10
92
2
3
25
4
42
3
18
20
31
16
30
50
596
65
1
1,661 906
50 00
460 00
00
00
250 00
775 00
975 00
125
00
1,300
00
25
00
50
00
2,795
00
5,150
00
375 00
1,175 00
550 00
72S 00
650 00
300
00
210
00
150
00
50
00
125
00
175
00
450
00
800  00
125 00
1,900 00
125 00
1,750 00
250 00
1,265 00
4,525
00
250
00
950
50
-oo
00
1,675 00
200 00
400 00
1,150 00
150 00
700 00
350 00
275 00
1,500 00
1,850 00
75 00
100 00
225 00
825 00
3,925 00
52,325 00
3,100 00
50 00
$ 1,500 00
■S-o
So
LICENCES
ISSUED.
1924.  1925
%       510 00
900 00
125 00
450 00
25 00
100 00
3,300 00
50 00
50 00
300 00
50 00
40,025 00
1,275 00
75 Oft
2,350 00
1,500 00
7,970 00
3,100 00
1,385 00
175 00
1,650 00
2,475 00
300 00
1,525 00
2,125 00
1,365 00
1,625 00
2,250 00
1,050 00
925 00
3,475 00
150 00
1,270 00
150 00
3,925 00
92,350 00
3,200 00
$111,375 00 I $49,225 00 I $160,600 00
 I I	
51    57
4    20 | 33 15 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
J 19
APRIL 1st TO SPETEMBER 30th, 1924.
BY LIQUOR  SALES   $5,777,500 60
Less discounts to druggists  $     535 92
,,    Vendors' breakages     10,095 45
„    Vendors' shortages  318 51
„    burglary and theft  969 61
 11,919 49
 $5,765,581  11
„   OTHER INCOME:
Bank Interest  $ 994 85
Premium and exchange  295 65
Rents  5,263 61
Miscellaneous     -  4,561 14
 11,115 25
„    STOCK ON HAND PER INVENTORY     2,211,627 55
$7,988,323 91 J 20 British Columbia. 1925
APPENDIX A—Continued.
PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT FOR THE
TO  SECRET  SERVICE  SALARIES AND EXPENSES  $ 85,542 60
„   MAINTENANCE  OF PRISONERS   4,328 50
 $     89,871 10
BALANCE, NET PROFIT FOR SIX MONTHS ENDED SEPT. 30TIT, 1924       1,279,246 89
$1,369,117 99
APPROPRIATION
TO RESERVE FUND  $ 81,730 09
„   CONSOLIDATED REVENUE      776,435 81
„   CONSOLIDATED   REVENUE   IN   AID   OF   HOSPITALS   AND   INSTITUTIONS       232,930 74
„   SUNDRY  MUNICIPALITIES     543,505 06
 $1,634,601 70
„   BALANCE   CARRIED  TO  BALANCE-SHEET        1,279,246 89
$2,913,848 59 15 Geo. 5 Report of Liquor Control Board. J 21
PERIOD APRIL 1st TO SEPTEMBER 30th, 1924.
BY BALANCE FROM TRADING ACCOUNT   $1,361,187 74
.   „   CLUB LICENCES     $1,250 00
„   TAXES REALIZED UNDER SECTION 55      6,680 25
■   7.930 25
$1,369,117 99
ACCOUNT.
BY BALANCE BROUGHT  FORWARD   $1,634,601 70
NET PROFIT FOR SIX MONTHS ENDED SEPTEMBER 30th, 1024      1,279,246 89
$2,913,848 59 APPENDIX A—Continued.
COMPARATIVE TRADING ACCOUNTS, VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA
VANCOUVER WAREHOUSE.
SALES     $3,353,268 97
Less discounts  $ 325 48
„    breakages  5,125 15
„     shortages   191  10
„    burglary      203 93
 5,845 66
 $3,347,423 31
STOCK ON HAND AS AT MARCH 31st, 1924    $1,061,934 05
MERCHANDISE  PURCHASED         2,494,974 51
  $3,556,908 56
STOCK ON HAND AS AT SEPTEMBER 30th, 1924       1,225,959  16
 2,330,949 40
GROSS PROFIT   $1,016,473*91
OTHER INCOME :
Bank interest   $ 579 30
Premium and exchange   172 15
Rents (warehouse and Revelstoke)    5,263 61
Miscellaneous      3,197 20
 9,212 26
$1,025,686  17
OPERATING  COSTS:
WAREHOUSE :
Salaries     :  $     20,618 18
Rent     4,525 00
Telegraph and telephone   366 67
Insurance  2,780 20
Light, water, and fuel   491 70
Depreciation  3,477 67
Sundries    4,679 89
 $     45,939 31
STORES   SUPPLIED  BY  WAREHOUSE            124,724 77
HEAD OFFICE     62,042 07
 232,706 15
NET TRADING  PROFIT FOR SIX MONTHS ENDED SEPTEMBER 30th, 1924....  $   792,980 02 15 Geo. 5 Report of Liquor Control Board. J 23
WAREHOUSES, FOR PERIOD APRIL 1st TO SEPTEMBER 30th, 1924.
VICTORIA WAREHOUSE.
SALES  $2,424,231 63
Less discounts      $ 210 44
„    breakages  4,970 30
„    shortages  127 41
„    burglary  765 68
  6,073 83
 $2,418,157 80
STOCK ON HAND AS AT MARCH 31ST, 1924   $   835,346 88
MERCHANDISE PURCHASED      1,834,885 18
 $2,670,232 06
STOCK ON HAND AS AT SEPTEMBER 30th, 1924          985,668 39
     1,684,563 67
GROSS PROFIT $   733,594 13
OTHER INCOME:
Bank interest     $ 415 55
Premium and exchange   123 50
Miscellaneous — 1,363 94
 1,902 99
$   735,497 12
OPERATING COSTS:
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Salaries    ,  $     21,710 52
Rent -  5,040 00
Telegraph and telephone    217 90
Insurance  2,022 93
Light, water, and fuel    643 83
Depreciation      -.... -  462 94
Sundries -. 3,259 02
 $      33,357 14
STORES   SUPPLIED  BY  WAREHOUSE  89,427 75
HEAD OFFICE  44,504 41
 167,289 30
NET TRADING PROFIT FOR SIX MONTHS ENDED SEPTEMBER 30th, 1924.... $   568,207 82
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APPENDIX A—Continued.
Confiscated Liquors taken into Stock and paid fob, April 1st to September 30th, 1924,
under Section 69, " Government Liquor Act."
Date taken
into Stock.
Brand.
Quantity.
May     7.
,,        7
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7.
June 13
July    8
8.
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Aug.  25.
Sept. 11,
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Assorted Liquors
Assorted Beer	
Assorted  Liquors
Assorted Beer	
Assorted  Liquors
Assorted Beer	
Assorted Beer	
Assorted Wine	
Assorted Liquors
Beer	
Assorted Liquors
Assorted Liquors
Assorted Liquors
Assorted Liquors
Beer	
Assorted Liquors
Alcohol	
427 bottles
521  dozen
326 bottles
193 dozen
1,961 bottles
17-/12 dozen
1,106 dozen
46 bottles
13 bottles
14J  dozen
12 bottles
5 bottles
10 bottles
656 bottles
17 bottles
3- bottles
56.5 gallons
D. K. MACFARLANE,
Chief Accountant.  J 34 British Columbia. 1925
APPENDIX A—Continued.
BALANCE-SHEET AS AT
ASSETS.
CASH:
In bank   $ 16,626 38
In Provincial Treasury      112,789 75
  $   129,416 13
CASH ADVANCES TO WAREHOUSE MANAGERS, AUDITORS, AND VENDORS, ETC  118,350 00
ACCOUNTS  RECEIVABLE     2,161 36
CLAIMS ACCOUNT     ,'  8,555 16
STOCK ON HAND PER INVENTORY  1,797,260 74
REAL ESTATE  30,765 00
BUILDINGS   (LESS DEPRECIATION)      113,837 50
EQUIPMENT  (LESS DEPRECIATION)  16,942 23
FURNITURE AND  FIXTURES   (LESS DEPRECIATION)     7,932 13
DEFERRED CHARGES :
Insurance    -  $8,468 36
Guarantee bonds        171 67
  8,640 03
$2,233,860 28
D. R.  MACFARLANE,
Chief Accountant.
H. DAVIDSON,
Chairman. 15 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
J 35
MARCH 31st, 1925.
LIABILITIES.
ACCOUNTS PAYABLE   $   320,586 63
RESERVE FUND          503,481 75
$   824,068 38
PROFIT AND  LOSS ACCOUNT   (UNDIVIDED PROFITS)         1,409,791 90
$2,233,860 28
I certify that I have examined the accounts of the Liquor Control Board for the six months ended
March 31st, 1925, 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., May 15th, 1925. J 36 British Columbia. 1925
APPENDIX A—Continued.
TRADING ACCOUNT FOR THE PERIOD
TO STOCK ON HAND, SEPTEMBER 30th, 1924  $2,211,627 55
„   MERCHANDISE   PURCHASED        3,421,979 14
„   OPERATING COSTS :
WAREHOUSES :
Salaries   $ 47,493 13
Rents  9,242 50
Insurance    4,953 08
Telegraph and telephone   567 90
Light, water, and fuel          1,887 30
Depreciation      3,940 61
Sundries            7,499 21
 $ 75,583 73
VENDORS :
Salaries   $143,474 90
Rents   29,549 96
Insurance   9,972 21
Telegraph and telephone   1,803 46
Light, water, and fuel   6,993 44
Depreciation     4,693 23
Sundries  (including alterations and repairs)       18,339 48
 214,826 68
        290,410 41
„   HEAD OFFICE EXPENSE :
Administrative salaries   $ 43,647 91
Travelling expenses   5,064 16
Interest on advances  27,954 54
Rent  1,895 00
Telegraph and telephone    1,023 03
Light, water, and fuel  100 00
Printing and stationery  10,164 04
Postage  3,744 39
Bank charges  229 95
Guarantee bonds   413 80
Depreciation     1,410 15
(Sundries   583 67
 96,230 64
$6,020,247 74
„   BALANCE TRANSFERRED TO PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT      1,432,736 89
$7,452,984 63 15 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
J 37
OCTOBER 1st, 1924, TO MARCH 31st, 1925.
BY LIQUOR SALES  $5,661,476 IS
Less discounts to druggists   $     459 13
„    Vendors' breakages      13,709 58
„    Vendors' shortages  315 95
„    burglary and theft        2,901 60
 17,386 26
 $5,644,089 92
„   OTHER INCOME ;
Bank interest   $1,109 65
Rents       5,263 61
Miscellaneous        5,260 71
  11,633 97
.,   STOCK ON  HAND  PER  INVENTORY       1,797,260 74
$7,452,984 63 J 38 British Columbia. 1925
APPENDIX A— Continued.
PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT FOR THE
TO LAW   ENFORCEMENT   AND   iSEORET    SERVICE    SALARIES
AND EXPENSES   $97,434 36
Less charged to Municipalities      53,522 80
 $43,911  56
„   MAINTENANCE OF PRISONERS          3,687 25
„   COST OF BEER PLEBISCITE      88,498 50
 $   136,097 31
„   NET PROFIT FOR SIX MONTHS CARRIED TO BALANCE-SHEET      1,409,791 90
$1,545,889 21
APPROPRIATION
TO RESERVE FUND   $ 63,962 34
„   CONSOLIDATED  REVENUE  FUND     607,642 28
„   CONSOLIDATED   REVENUE   FUND   IN   AID   OF   HOSPITALS   AND   INSTITUTIONS       182,292 68
„   SUNDRY MUNICIPALITIES  .'.     425,349 59
 $1,279,246 89
„   BALANCE CARRIED TO BALANCE-SHEET      1,409,791 90
$2,689,038 79 15 Geo. 5 Report of Liquor Control Board. J 39
PERIOD OCTOBER 1st, 1924, TO MARCH 31st, 1925.
BY BALANCE FROM TRADING ACCOUNT  J  $1,432,736 89
„   WAREHOUSE LICENCES   $60,000 00
„   CLUB LICENCES       7,500 00
„   BEER  LICENCES       38,625 00
„   TAXES  REALIZED UNDER  SECTION  64          7,027 32
 113,152 32
$1,545,889 21
ACCOUNT.
BY BALANCE  BROUGHT  FORWARD    $1,279,246 89
„   NET PROFIT FOR SIX MONTHS ENDED MARCH 31st, 1925     1,409,791 90
$2,689,038 79 J 40 British Columbia. 1925
APPENDIX A—Continued.
COMPARATIVE TRADING ACCOUNTS, VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA
VANCOUVER WAREHOUSE.
SALES     $3,588,070  11
Less discounts   $ 339 85
„    breakages   6,836 80
„    shortages   315 95
„    burglary and theft   2,901 60
10,394 20
STOCK ON HAND AS AT SEPTEMBER 30th, 1924   $1,225,959 16
MERCHANDISE PURCHASED     2,115,823 90
$3,341,783 06
STOCK ON HAND AS AT MARCH 31st, 1925          962,384
3,577,675 91
2,379,398 20
GROSS PROFIT   $1,198,277 71
OTHER INCOME :
Bank interest
Rents   	
Miscellaneous
$
255 55
5,263 61
4,924 78
$1,208,721 65
OPERATING COSTS :
WAREHOUSE :
Salaries   $     28,737 61
Rent  5,462 50
Telegraph and telephone   412 47
Insurance   3,004 73
Light, water, and fuel   853 90
Depreciation   3,477 67
Sundries  5,604 64
 $     47,553 52
STORES SUPPLIED BY WAREHOUSE          125,031 50
HEAD OFFICE     61,010 23
233,595 25
NET TRADING PROFIT FOR SIX MONTHS ENDED MARCH 31 ST, 1925    $   975,126 40 15 Geo. 5 Report of Liquor Control Board. J 41
WAREHOUSES, PERIOD OCTOBER 1st, 1924, TO MARCH 31st, 1925.
VICTORIA WAREHOUSE.
SALES     $2,073,406 07
Less discounts   $ 119 28
„    breakages   6,872 78
6,992 06
  $2,066,414 01
STOCK ON HAND AS AT SEPTEMBER 30th, 1924   $   985,668 39
MERCHANDISE PURCHASED  ;     1,306,155 24
$2,291,823 63
STOCK ON HAND AS AT MARCH 31st, 1925  .         834,875 88
     1,456,947 75
GROSS PROFIT   $   609,466 26
OTHER INCOME:
Bank interest  $ 854 10
Miscellaneous  335 93
1,190 03
OPERATING  COSTS:
WAREHOUSE :
Salaries    .'  $     18,755 52
Rent /.  3,780 00
Telegraph and telephone   155 43
Insurance - -  1,948 35
Light, water, and fuel   1,033 40
Depreciation   462 94
Sundries    1,894 57
$   610,656 29
$     28,030 21
STORES SUPPLIED BY WAREHOUSE   89,795 18
HEAD OFFICE   35,220 41
153,045 80
NET TRADING PROFIT FOR SIX MONTHS ENDED MARCH 31st, 1925   $   457,610 49
D. R. MACFARLANE,
Chief Accountant. J 42
British Columbia.
1925
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APPENDIX A—Continued.
Confiscated Liquor taken into Stock and paid eor, October 1st, 1924, to March 31st, 1925
under. Section 35, Subsection (3), " Govebnment Liquor Act."
Date taken
into Stock.
Brand.
Quantity.
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Oct
Nov
Dec.
Jan.
14..
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27-
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27..
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Mar.
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King George T.N. Scotch Whisky
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Assorted Whisky and Gin	
Assorted Whisky and Gin ,
Jamaica Hum	
Phoenix Beer	
Rye Whisky	
Assorted Beer	
Assorted Whisky	
Assorted Beer	
Teacher's Whisky	
B.C. Special Rye Whisky	
Assorted Whisky and Gin	
Beer	
Assorted Liquor	
Assorted Beer	
Assorted Liquor	
Assorted Whisky	
Port Wine	
Kiku Masamune	
Gordon's Dry Gin ,	
Assorted Whisky	
J. Walker's B.L. Whisky	
J. Walker's R.L. Whisky	
Martell's Brandy	
L.C.B. Rum, 35 o.p	
Mui Kwei Lu	
Beer    	
10 bottles
310 bottles
11 bottles
15 bottles
10 bottles
20 dozen
1 bottle
504 dozen
12 bottles
14%  dozen
2 bottles
6 bottles
6 bottles
33 bottles
564 bottles
42%  dozen
19 bottles
0 bottles
2 bottles
49 bottles
17 bottles
89 bottles
4 bottles
4 bottles
5 bottles
7 bottles
2 bottles
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D. R. MACFARLANE,
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1925
APPENDIX B.
Summary of Prosecutions under the " Government Liquor Act."
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Exposing or keeping liquor for sale J
Section 32.
Purchasing or attempting to pur- ]
chase liquor    ^
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Section S3.
Consumption of liquor on warehouse;
brewery, or store premises 	
Section 35.
Possession of liquor unsealed 	
Section 37.
Consuming liquor in a public place...
Section 38.
Drunk in a public place	
Section 39.
Sales  to  persons  under  influence  of
liquor	
276
204
Section 1,0.
Supplying liquor to a minor..
Section 1,3.
Supplying  liquor   to  an   interdicted
person 	
Section 1/5.
Applications for permits by disqualified persons 	
Section 1,6.
Improper use of permit..
274
46
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J 51
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Summary of Prosecutions under the " Government Liquor Act "—Continued.
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Description of Offence.
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Keeping or consuming liquor in any
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Section 1,9.
Consumption of liquor in an unlicensed club 	
Section 50.
Keeping or having liquor on premises
of person engaged in selling non-
intoxicating beverages 	
Section 50a.
Keeping of liquor in a restaurant..
Section 53.
Selling  or  dealing in beer or near-
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Section 54a.
Illegal possession of seals	
Section 6$.
Failure to report liquor 	
Section 66 (2).
Liquor   in   possession   of   interdicted
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Refusing admission to search premises 	
Section 81.
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1,250 00
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150 00
200 00
50 00
600  00 J 52
British Columbia.
1925
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police (Section 121).
Section 12.—Allowing Permit to be used by Another Person.
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Electoral District.
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Similkameen :
Balance of district..
50 00
50 00
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Comox :
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Cranbrook :
City of Cranbrook	
Balance of district	
Delta :
Municipality of Delta	
Municipality of Langley	
Balance of district	
Dewdney:
Municipality of Maple Ridge..
Fernie :
Balance of district	
Fort George :
Balance of district	
Grand Forks-Greenwood :
Balance of district	
Kamloops :
City of Kamloops	
Kaslo-Slocan :
Balance of district	
Lillooet 	
Mackenzie	
Nanaimo :
Balance of district	
Nelson :
City of Nelson	
New Westminster :
City of New Westminster	
North Okanagan :
City of Vernon	
Balance of district .....
North Vancouver :
City of North Vancouver	
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J 53
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police—Continued.
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exposing or keeping Liquor for Sale—Continued.
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Municipality of Point Grey	
Rossland-Trall:
City of Trail	
Saanich :
Municipality of Saanich	
Similkameen :
Balance of district	
Skeena 	
South Vancouver :
Municipality of S. Vancouver-
Vancouver :
City of Vancouver	
Balance of district	
Victoria :
City of Victoria	
Yale :
City of Merritt	
Balance of district	
Totals..
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1
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1
1
2
11
3
9
2
137
1
19
1
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1
1
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1
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300  00
300  00
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300  00
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300 00
300 00
300 00
300 00
1,800 00
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300 00
$ 9,100 00   $37,800 00
Section 32.—Purchasing or attempting to purchase Liquor;  talcing Liquor for Consideration.
Chilliwack :
Balance of district	
Comox :
Balance of district	
Cowichan-Newcastle :
City of Ladysmith	
Cranbrook :
Balance of district	
Delta :
Municipality of Surrey	
Balance of district	
Dewdney :
City of Port Moody	
Fernie :
Balance of district	
Fort George :
Balance of district	
Lillooet 	
New Westminster :
City of New Westminster....
North Vancouver :
City of North Vancouver....
Richmond-Point Grey :
Municipality of Richmond..
Rossland-Trail:
City of Trail	
650 00
50 00
200 00
50 00
100 00
50 00
60 00
50 00
100 00
50 00
50 00
100 00
$      25 00
650 00
50 00
200 00
50 00
100 00
50 00
60 00
50 00
100 00
50 00
25 00
50 00
100 00 J 54
British Columbia.
1925
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, co.mpiled from Monthly* Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section 32.—Purchasitig or attempting to purchase Liquor;   talcing Liquor
for Consideration—Continued.
Disposition.
Electoral District.
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75 00
175 00
1,350 00
100 00
75 00
South Vancouver :
175 00
Vancouver:
1
180 [
1
1 1   	
7,450 00
8,800 00
100 00
Victoria :
Oity of Victoria	
Totals	
204
8
1
48
147
$ 3,210 00
$ 7,475 00
$10,685 00
Section S3.—Conswmp
ion of Liqu
or on
Warehouse
Brewery, or Store Premises.
Delta:
1
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.
$     100 00
$     100 00
Sec
tion 35.—Pc
>ssesst
on of
Liquo
• unsealed.
Atlin                     	
1 1
3 1 	
1
2      	
1
1
1
1
2
1
3
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
7
5
1
1
3
2
$     100 00
300 00
50 00
100 00
50 00
100 00
50 00
50 00
100 00
50 00
$    100 00
300 00
Comox :
50 00
Cowichan-Newcastle :
1
2
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
7
8
1
2
1
100 00
Cranbrook :
50 00
100 00
Delta :
Municipality of Delta	
50 00
50 00
Dewdney :
100 00
50 00
Municipality of Maple Ridge	
Esquimalt:
Fernie :
50  00
	
50 00
Fort George :
Grand Forks-Greenwood :
lOO 00
50 00
450 00
400 00
50 00
100 00
50 00
450 00
New  Westminster :
$    225 00
625 00
50 00
North Okanagan :
City of Vernon	
North Vancouver:
	
100 00
100 00
50 00
50 00
	 15 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
J 55
APPENDIX ^—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section 35.—Possession of Liquor unsealed—Continued.
Electoral District.
Disposition.
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Prince Rupert:
City of Prince Rupert	
Balance of district	
Richmond-Point Grey :
Municipality of Point Grey....
Municipality of Richmond	
Similkameen :
Municipality of Penticton	
Balance of district	
South Vancouver :
Municipality of S. Vancouver-
Vancouver :
City of Vancouver	
Victoria :
City of Victoria ,
Totals	
1
S
213
2
274
6
89
108
113
50 00
150 00
50 00
1O0 00
350 00
4,700 00
100 00
$ 7,600 00
5,750 00
$ 6,075 00
50 00
150 00
50 00
100 00
350 00
10,450 00
100 00
$13,675 00
Section 37.—Consuming Liquor in a Public Place.
Burnaby   	
Comox :
City of Courtenay	
Cowichan-Newcastle :
City  of Duncan	
Cranbrook:
City of Cranbrook	
Balance of district	
Creston :
Balance of district	
Delta :
Municipality of Surrey	
Municipality of Delta	
Mackenzie   	
Nanaimo :
Balance of district	
Nelson :
City   of  Nelson	
New Westminster :
City of New Westminster	
North Vancouver :
City of North Vancouver	
Municipality of N. Vancouver..
Municipality of W. Vancouver..
Rossland-Trail:
City of Trail	
Similkameen :
Balance of district	
Skeena	
South Okanagan :
City  of  Kelowna	
Vancouver :
City of Vancouver	
Totals..
46
lo
28
25 00
$  50 00
50 00
75 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
200 00
50 00
150 00
25 OO
100 00
150 00
100 00
50 00
150 00
50 00
$ 1,350 00
150 00
50 00
225 00
25 00
50 00
50 00
75 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
200 00
50 00
150 00
175 00
100 00
50 00
150 00
100 00
50 00
150 00
50 00
$ 1,575 00 J 56
British Columbia.
192c
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section 38:—Drunlc in a Public Place.
Electoral District.
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Alberni:
City of Port Alberni	
Atlin  	
Burnaby :
Municipality of Burnaby	
Cariboo 	
Chilliwack :
City of Chilliwack	
Municipality of Chilliwack	
Columbia 	
Comox :
Balance of district	
Cowichan-Newcastle :
City of Duncan	
City of Ladysmith	
Municipality of N. Cowichan.
Cranbrook :
City of Cranbrook	
Balance of district	
Creston	
Delta :
Municipality of Surrey	
Municipality  of Delta.	
Municipality of Langley	
Dewdney :
City of Port Coquitlam	
Balance of district	
Esquimalt:
Municipality of Esquimalt—
Fernie :
Balance of district	
Fort  George :
City of Prince George	
Balance of district	
Grand Forks-Greenwood :
Balance of district	
Islands   	
Kamloops :
City of Kamloops	
Balance of district	
Kaslo-SIoean :
Balance of district	
Lillooet 	
Mackenzie  	
Nanaimo :
City of Nanaimo	
Balance of district	
Nelson :
City of Nelson	
New Westminster :
City of New Westminster	
North Okanagan :
City of Vernon	
Balance of district	
27
18
6
11
1
19
11
1
13
61
9
1
1
16
9
11
14
27
18
8
4
72
5
10
36
2
33
122
14
1
14
4
35
26
10
3
1
10
1
13
1
20
54
9
1
1
16
7
10
23
30
5
5
8
9
34
23
67
9
1
1
2
2
53
4
210 00
750 00
250 09
125 00
75 00
25 00
250 00
250 00
25 00
325 00
25 00
545 00 |
1,575 00 |
225 00 |
I
25 00 I
50 00
400 00
50 00
125 00
175 00
300 00
650 00
350 00
75 00
125 hjO
900 00
125 00
200 00
200 00
275 00
850 00
600 00
1,075 00
300 00
25 00
$  175 00
225 00
25 00
50 00
25 -00
150 00
25 00
50 00
100 00
1,325 00
150 00
$ 210 00
750 00
425 00
125 00
300 00
25 00
275 00
300 00
25 00
325 00
25 00
545 00
1,600 00
225 00
25 00
50 00
400 00
50 00
125 00
175 00
300 00
650 00
350 00
75 00
125 00
1,050 00
125 00
200 00
200 00
275 00
875 00
50 00
700 00
3,000 00
450 00
25 00 15 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
J 57
APPENDIX B-—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly* Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section 38.—Drunk in a Public Place—Continued.
Electoral District.
Disposition.
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North Vancouver :
City of North Vancouver	
Municipality of N. Vancouver-
Municipality of W. Vancouver..
Omineca  	
Prince Rupert:
City of Prince Rupert	
Revelstoke:
City of Revelstoke	
Richmond-Point Grey :
Municipality of Point Grey	
Municipality of Richmond	
Rossland-Trail:
City of Rossland	
City of Trail	
Saanich :
Municipality of Saanich	
Salmon Arm :
City of Salmon Arm	
Similkameen :
Municipality of Penticton	
Balance of district	
Skeena  	
South Okanagan :
City of Kelowna	
South Vancouver :
Municipality of S. Vancouver-
Vancouver :
City of Vancouver	
Victoria :
City of Victoria	
Yale :
City of Merritt	
Balance of district.	
Totals..
1
2
3
100
40
5
4
9
20
2
9
19
13
27
5
33
704
63
4
4
1,720
1
11
1
12
4
2
3
1
1
244
13
1
14
2
38
14
5
4
8
16
6
10
24
4
31
167
48
2
3
38
14
400  853
278
1
1
423
350 00
50 00
100 00
950 00
350 00
125 00
100 00
450 00
550 00
25 00
225 00
175 00
275 00
695 00
100 00
800 00
4,175 00
1,225 00
50 00
75 00
50 00
950 00
350 00
50 00
50 00
6,975 OO
50 00
50 O0
$22,975 00
$10,825 00
400 00
50 00
100 00
1,900 00
700 00
125 00
100 00
500 00
550 00
75 00
225 00
175 00
275 00
695 00
100 00
800 00
11,150 00
1,275 00
100 00
75 00
$33,800 00
Section 39.—Sales to Persons under the Influence of Liquor.
Cranbrook :
1
1
1
1
North Okanagan :
Municipality of Coldstream
$
50 00
$
50 00
2
1
1
$
50 00
$
50 00
Section JjO.—Supplying Liquor to a Minor.
Comox :
Balance of district..
Cranbrook :
City of Cranbrook...
Balance of district..
1     1
2     1      1
2       2
50 00
25 00
125 00
$  50 00
25 00
125 00 J 58
British Columbia.
1925
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section 40.—Supplying Liquor to a Minor—Continued.
Disposition.
Electoral District.
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1
4
4
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1
1
1
2
1
1
4
	
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Grand Forks-Greenwood :
50 00
50 00
50 00
Nanaimo :
50 00
Nelson :
Rossland-Trail :
City of Trail	
Similkameen :
Municipality  of Penticton	
South Okanagan :
350 00
50 00
100 00
450 00
350 00
50 00
Vancouver :
150  CO
250 00
Victoria :
450 00
Totals	
23
4
2
14
3
$ 1,250 00
.$    150 00
-
$ 1,400 00
Section 43.—Supplying Liquor to an Interdicted Person,
Kamloops :
1
1
1
1
1   j
1
1  |  	
Similkameen :
Balance of district	
Totals	
3
1
2  1 	
Section 45.—Applications for Permits by Disqualified Persons.
Kaslo-Slocan :
1
1
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1
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1
1                       1
$    200 00 |     [ $    200 00
50 00        1          50 00
Vale :
1     i     i     1     !
1                                                '
2
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2   1
$    250 00 1      | $    250 00
1                 ■     l
Section 46-—Improper Use of Permit.
Atlin 	
Comox :
3
1
2
1
9
3
1
2
1
2
4
[
$    150 00 1     .-	
$     150 00
1
    1  	
1
1
50 00 1    	
50 00
Cranbrook:
I
100 00 [    	
100 00
Grand Forks-Greenwood :
i
1
.   50 00 j    	
50 00
Similkameen :
Municipality of Penticton	
Vancouver:
	
6         1       1   	
!               1
100 00 | $    200 00          300 00
Totals	
16 1   	
1   1       2
9
4
$    450 00 1 $    200 00 1 $    650 00
1 15 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
J 59
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section j}7.—Permitting Drunkenness;  giving Liquor to a Person under the
■   Influence of Liquor.
Electoral District.
Disposition.
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Atlin 	
Cariboo	
Cow-ichan-Newcastle :
City of Ladysmith	
Cranbrook :
City of Cranbrook	
Balance of district	
Creston 	
Delta :
Municipality of Surrey	
Municipality of Langley....
Fernie :
City of Fernie	
Balance of district	
Fort George :
City of Prince George	
Grand Forks-Greenwood :
Balance of district	
Nanaimo :
City of Nanaimo	
Balance of district	
Rossland-Trail:
City of Rossland	
City of Trail	
Similkameen :
Municipality  of Penticton
Balance of district	
Skeena :
Balance of district	
Vancouviir :
City of Vancouver	
Totals	
40
31
$       50 00
175 00
50 00
125 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
150 00
50 00
50 00
250 00
500 00
150 00
100 00
50 00
50 00
1O0   00
50 00
100  00
$ 2,100 00
I
50 00
175 00
50 00
125 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
150 00
50 00
50 00
250 00
50 00
500 00
150 00
100 00
50 00
50 00
200   00
150  00    $ 2,250 00
Section 48-—Keeping or consuming Liquor in any Part of an Inn other than a
Private Guest-room.
Alberni:
City of Alberni	
Atlin 	
Comox:
City of Courtenay	
Balance of district	
Cowichan-Newcastle :
City of Ladysmith	
Cranbrook:
City of Cranbrook	
Balance of district	
Delta :
Municipality of Surrey	
Municipality of Langley	
Dewdney:
Municipality of Maple Ridge.
50 00
250 00
725 00
50 00
100 00
925 00
300 00
100 00
75 00
150 00
$    200 00
50
00
250
00
725
00
50
00
100 00
925
00
300
00
100
00
75
00
350 00
JL J 60
British Columbia.
1925
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly* Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section 48-—Keeping or consuming Liquor in any Part of an Inn other than a
Private Quest-room—Continued.
Electoral District.
Disposition.
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Fernie :
Balance of district	
Fort George:
City of Prince George	
Nanaimo:
City of Nanaimo	
New Westminster :
City of New Westminster	
North Okanagan :
City of Vernon	
Balance of district	
North Vancouver :
City of North Vancouver	
Prince Rupert:
City of Prince Rupert	
Richmond-Point Grey :
Municipality of Point Grey	
Rossland-Trail :
City of Rossland	
City of Trail	
Balance of district	
Saanich :
Municipality of Saanich	
Similkameen :
Municipality of Penticton	
Balance of district	
South Vancouver :
Municipality of "S. Vancouver-
Vancouver :
City of Vancouver	
Victoria:
City of Victoria	
Totals	
Section J/9.
1
57
132
10
100
00
100
00
150
00
275
00
50
00
50
00
125 00
50 00
100 00
50 00
300 00
75 00
75 00
50 OO
475 00
1
15
100 00
39  |        750 00
250 00
50
I 5,375 00
1,950 00
100 00
100 00
150 00
750 00
50 00
50 00
125 00
50  CO
100 00
50 00
300 00
75  00
75 00
50 00
lOo 00
2,700 00
250 00
$2,625 00
$ 8,000 00
-Consumption of Liquor in an Unlicensed Club.
Cranbrook:
1
20
9
1
1
  1  7
11
|$  50 00
1   550 00
r
$  50 00
Vancouver:
$ 650 00
1,200 00
Totals	
21
2
  1  a
11
| $ 600 00
$ 650 00
$ 1,250 00 15 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
J 61
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section 50.—Keeping or having Liquor on Premises of Person engaged in selling
Non-intoxicating Beverages.
Disposition.
Electoral District.
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Burnaby	
Comox :
City of Cumberland	
Balance of district	
Cowichan-Newcastle :
City of Ladysmith ....
Cranbrook:
City of Cranbrook 	
Balance of district	
Delta:
Municipality of 'Surrey..	
Municipality of Delta	
Dewdney:
City of Port Coquitlam	
Balance of district 	
Fort George:
City of Prince George	
Grand Forks-Greenwood:
City of  Greenwood	
Kamloops :
City of Kamloops	
Kaslo-Slocan :
Balance of district	
Nanaimo :
City of Nanaimo	
Balance of district...	
Nelson :
City of Nelson	
New Westminster :
City of New Westminster	
North Vancouver :
City of North Vancouver	
Revelstoke :
City of Revelstoke	
Richmond-Point Grey :
Municipality of Richmond	
Rossland-Trail :
City of Trail	
Similkameen :
Municipality of Penticton	
Balance of district	
South Vancouver :
Municipality of S. Vancouver
Vancouver :
City of Vancouver	
Victoria :
City of Victoria	
Yale:
City of Merritt	
Balance of district	
Totals	
1
4
1
3
1
62
4
4
4 I
I
1 1
3
1
1
2
6
4
1
2
1
4
1
3
1
16
3
4
1
76
100 00
50 00
75 00
50 00
400 00
200 00
50 00
400 00
100 00
250 00
350 00
100 00
100 00
300 00
50 00
50 00
100 00
515 00
300 00
I
50 00 |
100 00
I
50 00 I
350 00
50 00
150 00
100 00
1,250 00 |  2,150 00
175 00
200 00 j
50 00 j
43 | $ 5,615 00 | $ 2,600 00
100 OO
50 00
75 00
50 00
400 00
200
00
50
00
400
00
100
00
600 00
100 00
300 00
50 00
50 00
100 00
515 00
400 00
50 00
100 00
50 00
350 00
50 00
150 00
100 00
3,400 00
175 00
200 CO
50 00
$ 8,215 00 J 62
British Columbia.
1925
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly; Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section 50a.—Keeping of Liquor in a Restaurant.
Disposition.
Electoral District.
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Kamloops :
City of Kamloops	
North Vancouver :
City of North Vancouver
Prince Rupert:
City of Prince Rupert-
Vancouver :
City of Vancouver	
Totals	
1
1
2
27
31
25
100 00
50 00
100 00
50 00
25   | $    300 00
1,250 00
$     100 00
50 00
100 00
$ 1,300 00
$ 1,250 00 | $ 1,550 00
Section 53.—Selling or dealing in Beer or Near-beer.
Alberni:
City of Port Alberni	
Cariboo 	
Chilliwack:
Balance of district	
Comox :
City of Cumberland	
Balance of district	
Cowichan-Newcastle :
City of Duncan	
Balance of district	
Cranbrook:
City of Cranbrook	
Balance of district	
Delta :
Municipality of Surrey	
Municipality of Langley	
Dewdney :
City of Port Moody	
Esquimalt:
Municipality of Esquimalt..
Fernie :
City of Fernie	
Fort George :
City of Prince George	
Grand Forks-Greenwood :
City of Greenwood	
Balance of district	
Kamloops :
City of Kamloops	
Nanaimo :
City of Nanaimo	
Balance of district	
New Westminster :
City of New Westminster-
Balance of district	
North Okanagan :
Balance of district	
Prince Rupert:
Balance of district	
Revelstoke :
City of Revelstoke	
2
1
1
1
3
2
1
1
1
1
10
4
4
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
4
1
2
17
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
10
250 00
300 00
000 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
300   00
1,800 00
300 00
100 00
50 00
SCO 00
50 00
600 00
600 00
400 00
100 00
650 00
200 00
250 00
I 1,000 00
$    250 00
300 00
900 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
300  OO
1,800 00
300 00
100 00
50 00
300 00
50 00
600 00
600 00
400 00
100 00
1,650 00
200 00
250 00 15 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
J 63
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section 53.—Selling or dealing in Beer or Near-beer—Continued.
Description of Offence.
Disposition.
O CCi
p p
v^
a a
p oj
o 3
02 cu
CU CJ
B03
Rossland-Trail:
City  of Rossland	
City of Trail	
Salmon Arm :
City of Salmon Arm	
Similkameen :
Municipality of Penticton	
Balance of district	
South Vancouver:
Municipality of S. Vancouver-
Vancouver :
City of Vancouver	
Victoria :
City of Victoria	
Municipality of Oak Bay	
Yale:
City   of  Merritt	
Balance of district	
Totals..
339
1
420
14
1
1
49
210
65
205
-500 00
50 00
500 00
000 00
21,800 00       6,250 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
67    $30,400 00
500 00
50 00
500 00
600 00
28,050 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
$ 7,750 00
i,150 00
Section 54a.—Illegal Possession of Seals.
Vancouver :
City of Vaneouver..
I
2   I $    300 00 j $     100 00
$    400 00
Section 64-—Failure to report Liquor.
Atlin                	
1
4
2
1
2
$      50 00 1    	
$
50 00
100 00 |    	
100 00
Totals	
5
    1        2   1   ......
3   1   ......
$     150 00 |    	
$
150 00
1
Section 66 (2).—Liquor in Possession of Interdicted Person.
Fort George :
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
$       50 00
50 00
50 00
$       50 00
Similkameen :
50 00
Vancouver:
$       50 00
100 00
Totals	
4
3
1
$    150 00
S       50 00 1 S    200 00
Section 73.—Refusing Admission to search Premises.
Rossland-Trail:
City of Trail..
1       1
$      50 00 j
$       50 00
Section 81.—Interdict refusing Information as to Source of Supply.
Similkameen :
Balance of district..
1  I
I I J 64
British Columbia.
1925
APPENDIX C.
Regulations made by* the Liquor Control Board during the Period April 1st, 1924,
to March 31st, 1925.
Reg.
No.
Subject.
O.C. No.
B.C. Gazette Reference.
23
24
Transfer of Club Licence No. 13 to new premises	
435/24
1131/24
1130/24
1233/24
1275/24
113/25
312/25
Vol. LXIV., No. 16, page 1289.
Vol. LXIV., No. 43, page 3205.
25
Vol. LXIV., No. 43, page 3205.
26
27
Transfer of Club Licence No. 54 to new premises	
Vol. LXIV., No. 47, page 3597.
Vol. LXIV., No. 49, page 3737.
28
Vol. LXV., No. 6, page 426.
29
Vol. LXV., No. 14, page 1088.
Regulation No. 23.
Whereas the Army and Navy Veterans in Canada, Victoria Unit No. 12, being the holder of Club
Licence No. 13, covering the premises known as
602 Broughton Street, Victoria, British Columbia,
have made application to the Liquor Control Board
for the transfer of such licence to certain premises
known as 512 to 514 Fort Street, Victoria, British Columbia:
Be it Resolved, That the Liquor Control Board
consent to the transfer of the said Club Licence
No. 13 from the premises named therein—namely,
602 Broughton Street, Victoria, British Columbia—
to the premises known as 512 to 514 Port Street,
Victoria, British Columbia.
Regulation No. 24.
Whereas the Great War Veterans' Association,
New Westminster Branch, being the bolder of Club
Licence No. 16, under section 25a of the " Government Liquor Act," covering" the premises known as
Sixth Floor, Westminster Trust Block, New Westminster, British Columbia, have made application
to the Liquor Control Board for the transfer of
such licence to certain premises known as 681
Columbia Street, New Westminster, British
Columbia:
Be it Resolved, That the Liquor Control Board
consent to the transfer of the said Club Licence
No. 16 from the premises named therein—namely,
Sixth Floor, Westminster Trust Block, New Westminster, British Columbia—to the premises known
as 681 Columbia Street, New Westminster, British
Columbia.
Regulation No. 25.
Whereas the Imperial Veterans in Canada, Victoria Branch, being the holder of Club Licence No.
58, under section 25a of the " Government Liquor
Act," covering the premises known as 738 Yates
Street, Victoria, British Columbia, have made application to the Liquor Control Board for the transfer
of such licence to certain premises known as the
upstairs portion of 1319 Government Street, Victoria, British Columbia:
Be it Resolved, That the Liquor Control Board
consent to the transfer of the said Club Licence
No. 5S from the premises named therein—namely,
73S Yates Street, Victoria, British Columbia—to
the premises known as the upstairs portion of 1319
Government  Street, Victoria, British Columbia.
Regulation  No.   26.
Whereas the Great War Veterans' Association of
Canada, Bulkley Valley Branch, Smithers, being
the holder of Club Licence No. 54, under section
25a of the " Government Liquor Act," covering the
premises known as Lot 25, Block 57, Map 1054,
situate on Main Street, Smithers, British Columbia,
have made application to the Liquor Control Board
for the transfer of such licence to certain premises
generally known as the G.W.V.A. Building, Broadway, Smithers, British Columbia, and more particularly described as Lots 36 and 37, Block 57,
Smithers Townsite (Map 1054, Prince Rupert Registry Office) :
Be it Resolved, That the Liquor Control Board
consents to the transfer of the said Club Licence
No. 54 from the premises named therein—namely,
Lot 25, Block 57, Map 1054, situate on Main Street,
Smithers, British Columbia—to the premises generally known as the G.W.V.A. Building, Broadway, Smithers, British Columbia, and more particularly described as Lots 36 and 37, Block 57,
Smithers Townsite. (Map 1054, Prince Rupert
Registry Office.)
Regulation No. 27.
Whereas the Great War Veterans' Association
(Chilliwack Branch), Chilliwack, being the holder
of Club Licence No. 40, under section 25a of the
" Government Liquor Act," covering the premises
known as Henderson Block, Wellington Street,
Chilliwack, British Columbia, have made application to the Liquor Control Board for the transfer
of such licence to certain premises known as the
second floor of a building known as the K. of P. Hall,
Wellington Street, situate on Lot 7, Block 6, Division " A," Map 1737, Chilliwack, British Columbia :
Be it Resolved, That the Liquor Control Board
consents to the transfer of the said Club Licence
No. 40 from the premises named therein, namely,
Henderson Block, Wellington Street, Chilliwack
British Columbia, to the premises known as the
second floor of a building known as the K. of P.
Hall, Wellington Street situate on Lot 7, Block 6,
Division " A," Map 1737, Chilliwack, British Columbia.
Regulation No 28.
1. Every advertisement of notice of application
for a beer licence shall be in the following form :— 15 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
J 65
APPENDIX C—Continued.
" GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT."
Notice op Application for Beer Licence.
Notice is hereby given that, on the day
of next, the undersigned intends to apply to
the Liquor Control Board for a licence in respect of
premises being part of tne building known as ,
situate at [No. 1 [street} [locality], upon the lands
described as Lot No. ,   , Block No. , Map
No. , Land Registration District, in
the Province of British Columbia, for the sale of beer
by the glass or by the open bottle for consumption on
the premises.
Dated this day of , 19      .
Applicant.
beer licence shall be
And every application for
in the following form:—
" GOVERNMENT  LIQUOR  ACT."
Application for a Beer Licence.
To the Liquor Control Board, Victoria, British Columbia:
The   undersigned   hereby   makes   application  for   a
licence to purchase beer from a Vendor, and to sell by
the glass or by the open bottle the beer so purchased
to persons for consumption upon the premises hereinafter described, in accordance with the terms of the
licence and the provisions of the " Government Liquor
Act " and the regulations made thereunder, and hereby
submits the following in support of his application :—
(a.)   The premises in respect of which the application   for   licence   is   made   are   in   a   building   situate
at  [Ho.]   [street]   [locality], upon the lands described
as Lot No. , Block No. , Map
No. , Land  Registration  District,   in
tne Electoral   District,   in   the   Province   of
British  Columbia,  and  are  to  be  kept  and  operated
by the applicant.
(D.) Accompanying this application is a plan showing the floor-plans and dimensions of the premises in
respect of which the application for licence is made,
including the beer sales-room and all cellars, storerooms, lavatories, and toilets appurtenant thereto ; and
showing the location of all doors and windows and
all means of access to the premises ; and also showing
the position of the premises in relation to the building in which the premises are situate and in relation
to public streets.
(c.)   The following answers to questions contain true
particulars iu respect of the premises and the building
in which they are situate :—
Full name of applicant
Electoral district in which applicant is registered as
a voter
If entitled to be registered, hut not registered, state
facts   showing  applicant  to  be  entitled  to  be
registered as a voter
If applicant is a copartnership, state :—
Full names of members
Electoral district in which respective members
are registered as voters
If entitled to be registered, but not registered, facts
showing member to he entitled to be registered
as a voter
If applicant is a corporation, state :—
Number of directors
Names  of directors who  are registered  or  entitled to be registered as voters
Electoral districts in which respective directors
are registered as voters
If entitled to be registered, but not registered,
facts showing director to he entitled to be
registered as a voter
Full name of agent or manager selected to carry on
business of selling beer
Electoral district in which agent or manager is registered as a voter
If entitled to he registered, but not registered, facts
showing agent or manager to be entitled to be
registered as a voter
Name of owner in fee-simple of building
Name   of   holder   of   mortgage   or   encumbrance   on
building  (if any'
Name  of holder of lien,  mortgage,  or  encumbrance
on furniture and fixtures contained in the building  (if any)
Amounts of liens,  mortgages,  or encumbrances   (if
any)
Name of landlord (if building held under lease)
Name of tenant
Particulars of lease: Date ; duration        .    ;
rental
What  other   business   is   carried  on   in   building   in
which  premises   are   situated?
In what part of premises are beer stocks to he kept
or stored?
In what part of premises is beer to he sold?
Is the applicant the holder of a club licence granted
under the provisions of the " Government Liquor
Act"   in  respect  of  those  or   any  other   premises? .    If  so,   give   particulars   of   the
premises
(tl.)   Accompanying   this   application    is    the    sum
of $                  tendered by the applicant as the fee for
the licence applied for.
(e.) 1 have given notice of my intention to apply
herein for a beer licence by advertisement published in
the newspaper published at , in the
Province of British Columbia; and I have searched
the iiles of the said newspaper, and find that the
said advertisement, a true copy of which is hereto
attached, was  published  in consecutive  issues
thereof,  beginning with  the issue  of  the day
of ,  19      ,  and  ending with the  issue  of
the day of , 19      .
Dated this day of ,  19      .
Applicant.
And such application shall be accompanied by a
statutory declaration of the applicant in the following form:—
STATUTORY   DECLARATION   VERIFYING   APPLICATION  FOR   BEER  LICENCE.
Canada:
Province op British  Columbia.
To Wit:
I, ,  of , British Columbia,
[occupation], do solemnly declare that I am [official
position of deponent where applicant is a corporation]
the applicant named in the application for beer licence
hereto annexed, which application is signed by me ;
and that the statements and allegations in the said
application made and set out are true and correct in
substance and in fact; and I make this solemn declamation 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
British   Columbia,   this
day of , A.D.  19
,1
Notary Public for the Province of  British
Columbia,
Commissioner for taking Affidavits within
British Columbia,
Stipendiary  Magistrate  for
Justice of the Peace in and for the Province
of British Columbia.
And every beer licence granted by the Board shall
be in  the following  form :—
" GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT."
$  (Provincial Arms.) No	
Beer Licence.
This is to certify that , of , British
Columbia, [occupation], having made application to
the Liquor Control Board for a beer licence pursuant
to the provisions of the " Government Liquor Act," and
having paid the sum of dollars, being the fee
prescribed therefor, is hereby licensed to purchase beer
from a Vendor, and to sell by the glass or by the open
bottle the beer so purchased to persons for consumption on the premises hereinafter described, in accordance with the terms of this licence and the provisions of the " Government Liquor Act" and the
regulations made thereunder.
The premises in respect of which this licence is
granted, and which are to be kept and operated by
the licensee, consist of [full description of premises],
and are shown on the plan accompanying the said
application.
This licence expires at midnight of the 31st day of
December, A.D.  19
This licence is not transferable, except with the
written consent of the Liquor Control Board and subject to the provisions contained in the regulations.
•The licensee shall not be entitled to any refund of
licence fee or to  any  compensation  in  the event of J 66
British Columbia.
1925
APPENDIX C—Continued.
this licence being suspended or cancelled by the Liquor
Control  Board.
No person shall be employed in any service in connection with the sale, handling, or serving of beer in,
on, or about the premises in respect of which this
licence is granted, unless he is registered or entitled
to be registered as a voter in some electoral district
of the Province.
Issued at Victoria, British Columbia, this day
of , a.d. 19     .
LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD,
2. The conditions, accommodations, and qualifications requisite for obtaining a beer licence, and the
regulations regulating the sale of beer thereunder,
shall be as follows:—
(a.) In this regulation " licensed premises " shall
mean the premises in respect of which a beer licence
has been granted.
(6.) No beer licence shall be granted or transferred, save to:—
(1.)  A person who is registered or entitled to be
registered as a voter in some electoral district of the Province:
(2.)  A    copartnership,   each   of   the   members
whereof is registered or entitled to be registered as a voter in some electoral district
of the Province:
(3.)  A corporation, a majority of the directors
whereof are persons who are registered or
entitled to be registered as voters in some
electoral district of the Province, or who
if resident within  the  Province would  be
so   entitled,   and   the   agent   or   manager
selected by the corporation to carry on the
business   of   selling   beer   in   the   licensed
premises is registered or entitled to be registered as a voter in some electoral district
of the Province,
(c.)  No beer licence shall be granted to any person  unless  the  premises  in   respect  of which  the
licence is proposed to be granted, and the building
of which such premises form a part, are so constructed and equipped as not to facilitate any violation   of  the   " Government  Liquor  Act"   or   the
regulations  made  thereunder.
(d.) No beer licence shall be granted to any person in respect of premises where the proposed beer
sales-room is located in any part of a building other
than on its main or ground floor, unless under special circumstances approved by the Board after
inspection of the premises.
(e.) Any cellar or room forming part of licensed
premises, and used for the keeping or storing of
beer stocks in connection with the sale of beer by
the licensee, shall be immediately below the beer
sales-room, or immediately adjacent thereto; and
such cellar or room shall be directly connected with
the beer sales-room, but shall have no means of
internal communication with any other room ; and
no person shall consume, nor shall the licensee
permit any person to consume, any beer in such
cellar or room.
(/.) Any lavatory or toilet forming part of
licensed premises shall be directly connected with
the beer sales-room, but shall have no means of internal communication with any other room, and
no person shall consume, nor shall the licensee
permit any person to consume, any beer in such
lavatory or toilet.
(g.) No person shall keep or operate any licensed
premises which has any means of internal communication  between  the licensed premises or any
part thereof and the rest of the building in which
the licensed premises are situate, or any other
building.
(ft.) No structural alteration in or enlargement
of any licensed premises shall be made without the
written permission of the Board ; but when altered
or enlarged with such permission, the premises as
altered or enlarged shall be deemed to be the licensed
premises.
(.».) Every licensee shall install and maintain
in his licensed premises such suitable fixtures and
furniture for the convenience of the public as may
be directed by the Board from time to time.
(;'.) No licensee shall have or keep his licensed
premises open for the sale of beer, or permit or
suffer any beer to be drunk or consumed, in or
upon his licensed premises:—
(1.)  At any time before 10 o'clock in the morning   or   after   11   o'clock   at   night   upon
any day of the week :
(2.)  On any Sunday, Good Friday, or Christmas
Day:
(3.)  During the time the poll is open  on any
day  on which  polling  takes place  at any
Dominion or Provincial election held in the
electoral   district   in   which   the   licensed
premises are situate:
(4.)   During the time the poll is open on any day
on which polling takes place at any municipal election held in the municipality in
which  the licensed premises  are situate:
(5.)   During such other periods or on such other
days as the Board may direct.
(k.) Subject to clause (y) hereinafter contained,
no person other than the licensee or the wife or
employee of the licensee shall remain or be permitted to be in any licensed premises during any
of the hours, days, or times mentioned or referred
to in  clause   (/)   last preceding.
(I.) No blind, curtain, shutter, or obstruction
shall be placed or kept over or so as to obstruct
the view through any window of the sales-room of
the licensed premises; but an uninterrupted view
of the interior of the sales-room from without shall
be made and continuously kept possible.
(rn.) No female other than a licensee shall be
employed in any service or act or be permitted to
act in any way in connection with the sale, han-'
dling, or serving of beer in, on, or about any
licensed premises.
(«.) No person under the age of twenty-one
years shall be employed in any service or act or
be permitted to act in any way in connection with
the sale, handling, or serving of beer in, on, or
about any licensed premises.
(o.) If any person being a minor is, for any
purpose, in any licensed premises, the licensee shall
forthwith remove or cause to be removed such
minor from the licensed premises.
(p.) No soft drinks, cigars, cigarettes, tobacco,
lunches, meals, or foodstuffs of any description shall
be sold by any person or given or served by the
licensee or his employee to any person in any part
of the licensed premises.
(q.) No advertisement, sign, circular, letter,
poster, or handbill naming or referring to any
liquor or to the quality or quantities thereof, or
giving the name or address of any person manufacturing or dealing in liquors, or stating where liquor
may be obtained shall be displayed in or on any 15 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
J 67
APPENDIX C—Continued.
licensed premises; but the licensee shall post and
keep posted his beer licence in a prominent position
in the beer sales-room of the licensed premises.
(r.) No licensee shall permit any person to play
any game or sport or to dance in or upon his
licensed premises.
(s.) No licensee shall permit persons of a notoriously bad character, or disorderly persons, to be in
or upon his licensed premises.
(t.) Every licensee shall purchase such beer as
from time to time he may require from such
Vendor as the B'oard may designate, and shall keep
and maintain a complete register in the prescribed
form of all kegs and barrels containing beer so
purchased and received by him and of all empty
kegs and barrels returned, and such register shall
be open for inspection at all reasonable times to
any official designated by the Board; and no beer
shall be delivered to any licensee, except in kegs
or barrels containing draft beer or in barrels containing bottled beer.
(«.) No person shall in any way adulterate any
beer purchased from a Vendor and had or kept for
sale under a beer licence, and no beer which contains more than four and one-half per centum of
alcohol by weight or less than three and one-half
per centum of alcohol by weight shall be sold or
consumed in any licensed premises.
(v.) Every licensee shall from time to time make
such returns as are required by the Board.
(w.) Every licensee shall furnish the Board
with a complete list of the names of all employees
who have any control over the beer in his possession
or who are engaged in serving beer to purchasers,
and when and so often as any change occurs in
the names of such employees the licensee shall
forthwith notify the Board.
(x.) In the event of any licensee dying or becoming bankrupt, his executor, administrator, or trustee in bankruptcy shall, in the discretion of the
Board, be entitled to carry on business under the
licence and on the licensed premises during the
currency of the licence.
(y.) Every licensee shall at all times, upon the
" request of any Inspector or Constable, or of any
person designated by the Board, admit the Inspector,    Constable,   or   person   to   all   parts   of   the
licensed premises for the purpose of inspecting the
same, and of making search therein for the detection of any violation of the provisions of the
" Government Liquor Act" or the regulations made
thereunder.
(z.) If, after the making of the application for
a licence, or during the term of a licence, the
building in which the licensed premises are situate,
or any furniture or fixtures contained in the building, become subject to any lien, mortgage, or encumbrance, the licensee shall forthwith file with
the Board a notice stating the date of the creation
or making of the lien, mortgage, or encumbrance,
and the name of the holder and the amount thereof.
(aa.) No person who is in or upon any licensed
premises shall offer or give to any person employed
or acting in any service in connection with the
sale or serving of beer therein any tip or gratuity,
nor shall any person so employed or acting take or
receive any tip or gratuity so offered or given.
3. Licence Pees.—The fee for each beer licence
shall be not less than $150 and not more than
$1,000; and within these limits the Board shall
from time to time fix the fee in respect of each
locality in which licensed premises are proposed
to be situate, having regard to all the circumstances. For the year 1925 the minimum fee shall
be $112.50. instead of the minimum of $150 hereinbefore mentioned.
Regulation No. 29.
Whereas the Elks Club, Vancouver Lodge No 1,
Vancouver, being the holder of Club Licence No.
119 under section 26 of the " Government Liquor
Act," covering the premises known as 522 Seymour
Street, Vancouver, British Columbia, have made
application to the Liquor Control Board for the
transfer of such licence to certain premises known
as 901 Dunsmuir Street, Vancouver, British Columbia :
Be it Resolved, That the Liquor Control Board
consent to the transfer of the said club Licence
No. 119 from the premises named therein, namely,
522 Seymour Street, Vancouver, British Columbia,
to the premises known as 901 Dunsmuir Street,
Vancouver, British Columbia. J 68
British Columbia.
1925
APPENDIX C— Continued.
Amendments to Regulations published in Previous Reports.
Reg.
No.
Subject.
O.C. No.
B.C. Gazette Reference.
21
1
1
22
Hours of Sale at Government Liquor Stores
Permits   (Shipping)	
Permits  (Individual Malt Liquor)	
Club Licences	
412/24
1215/24
1304/24
1404/24
Vol. LXIV., No. 16, page 1289.
Vol. LXIV., No. 47, page 3597.
Vol. LXIV., No. 52, page 3950.
Vol. LXV., No. 1, page 3.
Amendment to Regulation No. 21.
Pursuant to the provisions of section 109 of the
" Government Liquor Act," Regulation No. 21 of
the Liquor Control Board, approved by Order in
Council No. 519, the 28th day of April, 1923, be
amended by adding after the last line of section
(1)   of the said regulation  the following:—
Similkameen     69        Oliver.
Delta      70        Cloverdale.
And that the said regulation be further amended
by adding after the last line of section  (3)  of the
said regulation the following:—
Yale      71        Hope.
On every week-day, other than Saturday and the
regular weekly half-holiday, from 10 a.m. to 12
noon, and from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m.
On every Saturday, from 12 noon to 8 p.m.
On every weekly half-holiday, from 9 a.m. to
1 p.m.
And that the said regulation be further amended
by striking out of section (3) the following
words :—
Nelson      32        Nelson.
and adding to section (2) the following words:—
Nelson       32        Nelson.
Amendment to Regulation No. 1.
(8.)   The  application for a permit to transport
liquor by water in any boat or vessel from a place
within  the Province  to another place within  the
Province, required by section 31a of the " Government   Liquor  Act,"   and   the   permit   to   be   issued
thereunder, shall be in the following form :—
"GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT."
(Royal Arms.)
Application poe Shipping Permit.
I, the undersigned , of , in the Prov
ince of British Columbia, hereby apply for a permit
to transport liquor by water in the manner hereinafter described in accordance with the provisions of
section 31a of the " Government Liquor Act " and the
Regulations made thereunder.
Description of Liquor.
Barrels.
Cases.
Bottles.
Wines. Spirits, Liqueurs
No.
Name of vessel
Point of departure
Destination
" GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT.'
(Royal Arms.)
Shipping Permit.
This is to certify that  [name in full], of  [address
in full], has made application in the prescribed form
and   is   entitled   to   transport   by   water   the   above-
described liquor in accordance with the provisions of
the " Government Liquor Act" and the Regulations
made thereunder.
This permit is valid only from the day
of , 192      , to the day of ,
192
(Signature of Applicant)	
(Signature of Issuer)	
Amendment to Regulation No. 1.
"(2.) The application for an Individual Malt
Liquor Permit and the permit to be issued thereunder shall be in the following form:—
" GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT."
(Provincial Arms.)
Application for Individual Malt Liquor Permit.
I, of [street No. and city] [Province or State],
hereby apply for a permit to purchase liquor in accordance with the provisions of the " Government Liquor
Act " and the regulations made thereunder.
$1.00 No	
Individual Malt Liquor Permit.
This is to certify that the above-named applicant
is entitled to purchase malt 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 31st, 192
LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD.
(Signature of applicant and permit-holder)	
Attested by '
(Signature of Issuer.)
Amendment to Regulation No. 22.
That Regulation No. 22 of the Regulations of
the Liquor Control Board, approved by Order in
Council No. 41, dated January 12th, 1924, and as
amended by Order in Council No. 82 of 24th January, 1924, be amended by striking out the
words:—
" If so, state revenue derived in 1923 from "—
in the fifteenth line of clause (I), subsection (2)
of section 1 of Regulation No. 22, and by substituting therefor the following :—
" If so, state revenue derived in the calendar
year immediately preceding the year in respect of
which this application is made."
And by striking out clause (to) of section 3 of
the said Regulation, and by substituting therefor
the following:—
"(in.) Scale of fees.—Social, Athletic, Recreational, Amusement, Fraternal, Benevolent,
Educational, or other Clubs having similar purposes, annual fee $100." 15 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
J 69
APPENDIX C—Continued,
Price-lists (Orders in Council) passed during the Period April 1st,
to March 31st, 1925.
1924,
Price-list.
O.C. No.
Approved.
Remarks.
No.  1	
381
414
3-4-24
9-4-24
Amendment.
Amendment.
524
9-5-24
Amendment.
525
9-5-24
Amendment.
593
29-5-24
Amendment.
667
17-6-24
Amendment.
728
27-6-24
Amendment.
866
1-8-24
Amendment.
891
7-8-24
Cancelling previous lists and bringing into force new price-list.
1042
26-9-24
Amendment.
1188
11-11-24
Amendment.
1261
27-11-24
Amendment.
1310
8-12-24
Amendment.
1329
13-12-24
Amendment.
56
20-1-25
Amendment.
No. 2	
861
382
21-6-21
3-4-24
No. 3	
Amendment.
413
9-4-24
Amendment.                           >.
1194
12-11-24
Amendment.
No.  4	
No.  5	
This list has been cancelled ; now forms part of Price-list No. 3.
No.  6	
1309
8-12-24
Cancelling previous list and bringing into force new price-list.
No.  7	
298
21-3-25 APPENDIX G— Continued.
Price-list No. 1.
Scotch Whisky.
Bulk L.C.B.
Item No.
6. L.C.B. Scotch  (gal.)    $23 00
7. L.C.B. Scotch  (imp. qt.)  6 00
8. L.C.B. Scotch  (rep. qt.)     4 00
9. L.C.B. Scotch (16-oz.)  2 75
16. L.C.B. Caledonia  (gal.)     21 75
17. L.C.B. Caledonia  (imp. qt.)    5 75
18. L.C.B. Caledonia  (16-oz.)    2 50
Case Goods—Imperial Quart.
51. Black & White   6 25
52. Begg's Gold Cap   7 00
53. Catto's 15 Year Ex. Spec  7 00
55. Old Orkney   6 25
56. Sandy Macdonald   6 25
57. Spey Royal  6 25
59. White Horse   6 25
60. Dawson's Special   6 25
61. Walker's Red Label   6 50
63. Mitchell's Heather Dew   5 50
Case Goods—Reputed Quart.
71. Ancient Highland Malt   4 75
72. Antiquarrv    4 75
74. Begg's Gold Cap   4 75
76. Black & White   4 25
77. Bell's Special Reserve   4 00
80. Catto's 15 Year Ex. Spl  4 75
82. Catto's Gold Label  .-.  4 25
84. Caledonia     3 75
85. Dewar's Extra Special   4 90
86. Dewar's Special   4 50
87. Doctor's Special   4 25
88. Dawson's Old Curio  4 75
89. Dawson's  Special   4 25
90. Grant's Best Procurable   4 50
93. Haig's Dimple   4 90
95. Heather Dew   3 75
97. King George Gold Label   4 75
98. King George Top Notch   4 25
101. Macdonald & Muir, Spel. Liq  4 25
103. Old   Smuggler    4 25
104. Old Mull   4 25
105. Old Orkney   4 25
106. Perfection, McCallum's   4 25
107. Queen Anne  4 50
108. Regal   5 50
109. Roval Household   4 75
113. Sanderson's Vat 69   4 25
114. Spey Royal  :  4 25
116. Sandy Macdonald   4 25
119. Teacher's Highland Cream   4 25
120. Usher's G.O.H. Black Label   4 75
121. Usher's Spl. Res., O.V.G  4 25
123. Walker's Black Label   5 25
124. Whyte & Mackay Special   4 25
125. Whitelev's House of Lords   4 25
126. Walker's Red Label   4 50
128. White Horse   4 25
130. Gilmour Stag Jorum   4 75
131. D.C.L. 20 Year  :  5 50
140. Hepburn's Perfection   3 75
141. Hudson's Bay Best Procurable   4 50
142. Daddy Taylor  ,  4 50
144. Bulloch Lade Gold Label   4 25 15 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
J 71
APPENDIX C—Continued.
Price-list No. 1—Continued.
Scotch Whisky—Continued.
Case Goods—Reputed Quart—Continued.
Item No.
145. Donald Fisher Ye Monks   $ 4 75
143. Begg's Blue Cap   4 25
146. Premier    4 25
Irish Whisky.
Case Goods—Imperial Quart.
150. Burke's Three Star   6 00
151. Mitchell's    6 00
Case Goods—Reputed Quart.
160. Burke's Three Star   4 00
164. Jameson's    4 25
165. Mitchell's    4 00
166. Roe's    4 25
Canadian Rye.
Bulk, L.C.B.
171. L.C.B. Fine Old Seagram's (gal.)    19 50
172. L.C.B. Fine Old Seagram's (imp. qt.)    4 75
173. L.C.B. Fine Old Seagram's (rep. qt.)    3 25
174. L.C.B. Fine Old Seagram's (16-oz.)   2 00
175. L.C.B. Fine Old B.C. (gal.)   17 50
176. L.C.B. Fine Old B.C. (imp. qt.)  4 50
177. L.C.B. Fine Old B.C.  (rep. qt.)    3 00
178. L.C.B. Fine Old B.C.  (16 oz.)    1 90
Case Goods—Imperial Quart.
200. B.C. Special   4 75
201. B.C.  D.D  5 25
203. Canadian  Club  5 50
204. G. & W. Special   5 25
205. Seagram's V.0  5 50
206. Seagram's '83   5 00
Case Goods—Reputed Quart.
220. B.C. Special  :  3 25
221. B.C. D.D  3 50
222. B.C. Three Star  3 00
223. Canadian Club    3 75
224. Corby's Special Selected   3 50
225. Corby's Majestic   2 50
226. G. & W. Special  3 50
228. Seagram's '83  3 50
229. Seagram's V.O.    3 75
230. Warker's Imperial Rye   3 50
Case Goods—Sixteen-ounce.
250. B.C. Special   2 00
American Bourbon.
Case Goods.
271. Cutter's (rep. qt.)    4 50
275. Old Crow (rep. qt.)    4 50
278. Old Crow  (32-oz.)    5 25
279. Old Kentucky  (32-oz.)  5 25
282. Old Kentucky (rep. qt.)  .-  4 50
Gin.
Bulk, L.C.B.
310. L.C.B. Booth's H. & D. or Old Tom (gal.)    18 50
311. L.C.B. Booth's H. & D. or Old Tom  (imp. qt.)    4 75
312. L.C.B. Booth's H. & D. or Old Tom (rep. qt.)   3 25 APPENDIX C—Continued.
Price-list No. 1—Continued. \
Gin—Continued.
Bulk, L.C.B.—Continued.
Item No.
316. L.C.B. B. & N. Geneva (gal.)   $16 00
317. L.C.B. B. & N. Geneva  (imp. qt.)    4 25
318. L.C.B. B. & N. Geneva (rep. qt.)   3 00
319 L.C.B. Geneva  (16-oz.)    2 00
321. L.C.B. Dry or Old Tom  (16-oz.)  2 00
Case Goods—Geneva.
350. B. & N. Red   4 25
351. De Kuyper's Red   5 00
352. Melcher's Red   4 75
360. B. & N. Green   2 50
361. De Kuyper's Green   3 25
362. Melcher's Green   3 00
370. B. & N. Violet  1 35
371. Melcher's Violet   1 35
Case Goods—Reputed Quart.
380. Booth's Old Tom   3 50
381. Booth's House of Lords   3 75
382. Booth's High & Dry   3 50
384. Coate's Plymouth   3 50
387. Gordon's Dry   3 50
388. Gordon's  Sloe   3 50
389. Gordon's Old Tom   3 50
390. Gilbey's Dry  t  3 50
391. Gilbey's Plymouth   3 50
392. Gilbey's Old Tom :. 3 50
393. Holloway's London Dry   • 3 25
396. Old Schiedam Dutch   3 50
397. Old Pensioner   3 25
398. Old Superior Dutch   4 50
399. Ross'  Sloe  4 25
401. Wolfe's Schnapps   3 75
402. Hill & Underwood   3 25
405. Bol's Dry  3 25
Brandy.
Bulk, L.C.B.
430. L.C.B. Brandy  (gal.)    19 00
431. L.C.B. Brandv  (imp. qt.)     5 00
432. L.C.B. Brandy  (rep. qt.)    3 50
434. L.C.B. Brandy  (16-oz.)    2 00
Case Goods—Quart.
451. Courvoisier, V.S.O.P  4 75
452. Godet, 1852  6 00
453. Hennessy Three Star   4 25
454. Denis Mounie   3 75
455. Martell Three Star  4 25
461. Monnet   3 75
Case Goods—Pint.
470. Denis Mounie  (16-oz.)  2 50
471. Denis Mounie  (13-oz.)     2 00-
472. Hennessy Three Star  (13-oz.)     2 25
473. Monnet (13-oz.)    2 00
Rum.
Bulk, L.C.B.
480. L.C.B. Demerara, 35 O.P.  (gal.)    23 00
481. L.C.B. Demerara, 35 O.P. (imp. qt.)   6 00
482. L.C.B. Demerara, 35 O.P. (rep. qt.)    4 00
483. L.C.B. Demerara, 35 O.P.  (16-oz.)    2 50 15 Geo. 5 Report of Liquor Control Board. J 73
APPENDIX C—Continued.
Price-list No. 1—Continued.
Rum—Continued.
Bulk, L.C.B.—Continued.
Item No.
485. L.C.B. Jamaica, 35 O.P. (gal.)   $23 00
486. L.C.B. Jamaica. 35 O.P.  (imp. qt.) :  6 00.
487. L.C.B. Jamaica, 35 O.P.   (rep. qt.)     4 00
488. L.C.B. Jamaica. 35 O.P.  (16-oz.)    2 50
490. L.C.B. Demerara, Proof (gal.)    17 50
491. L.C.B. Demerara, Proof (imp. qt.)    4 50
492. L.C.B. Demerara, Proof (rep. qt.)   3 00
493. L.C.B. Demerara, Proof (16-oz.)  2 00
495. L.C.B. Jamaica, Proof (gal.)    17 50
496. L.C.B. Jamaica, Proof (imp. qt.)   4 50
497. L.C.B. Jamaica, Proof (rep. qt.)    3 00
498. L.C.B. Jamaica, Proof (16-oz.)    2 00
500. L.C.B. Demerara, 15 U.P. (gal.)    14 00
501. L.C.B. Demerara, 15 U.P.  (imp. qt.)    3 75
502. L.C.B. Demerara, 15 U.P. (rep. qt.)   2 50
503. L.C.B. Jamaica, 15 U.P. (gal.)   14 00
504. L.C.B. Jamaica, 15 U.P. (imp. qt.)   3 75
505. L.C.B. Jamaica, 15 U.P.  (rep. qt.)   2 50
Case Goods—Imperial Quart.
530. Brabant Red Seal, 35 *O.P  6 75
531. Brabant Red Seal, Proof  5 25
532. Lemon Hart Demerara, Proof   5 25
533. Lemon Hart Demerara, 35 O.P  6 75
Case Goods—Reputed Quart.
535. Brabant Red Seal, 35 O.P  4 50
536. Brabant Red Seal, Proof   3 50
539. Edwin Charley's Red Label   3 25
540. Edwin Charley's V.S.0  3 75
545. Lemon Hart Demerara, Proof   3 50
546. Lemon Hart Demerara, 35 O.P  4 50
Alcohol.
550. L.C.B. Pure Grain, 65 O.P. (gal.)   27 50
551. L.C.B. Pure Grain, 65 O.P.   (imp. qt.)    7 00
552. L.C.B. Pure Grain, 65 O.P.  (rep. qt.)    4 75
554. L.C.B. Pure Grain, 65 O.P. (16-oz.)  3 20
560. L.C.B. Non-potable, 65 O.P.  (gal.)   24 00
561. L.C.B. Non-potable, 65 O.P.  (imp. qt.)    6 25
562. L.C.B. Non-potable, 65 O.P.  (rep. qt.)  !  4 50
570. Absolute (gal.)  -  36 00
571. Absolute  (2-lb.)     9 50
572. Absolute  (1-lb.)     5 00
Port.
■    Bulk, L.C.B.
580. L.C.B. Gonzales' Old Tawny (gal.)   6 50
581. L.C.B. Gonzales' Old Tawny (qt.)   1 25
582. L.C.B. Medium Full Port (gal.)'  5 25
583. L.C.B. Medium Full Port (qt.)   1 00
Case Goods—Quart.
611. Commendador    3 50
612. Convido  2 25
613. Gonzales' One Eagle   1 50
617. Gonzales' Three Eagle   2 00
618. Gilbey's Invalid   2 50
619. Graham's Red   2 25
621. Kopke's Victoria   2 50 J 74 British Columbia. 1925
APPENDIX C—Continued,
Price-list No. 1—Continued.
Tarragona Wine.
Bulk, L.C.B.
Item No.
586. L.C.B. Tarragona Wine  (gal.)    $ 3 25
587. L.C.B. Tarragona Wine (qt.)   90
Sherry.
Bulk, L.C.B.
640. L.C.B. Gonzales' Light Golden  (gal.)    8 75
641. L.C.B. Gonzales' Light Golden (qt.)    1 50
642. L.C.B. Fine Old Sherry (gal.)    5 75
643. E.C.B. Fine Old Sherry (qt.)    1 00
Case Goods—Quart.
670. Amontillado     3 25
672. Emperador    3 25
673. Gilbey's Invalid    2 25
675. Gonzales' Fine Old Pale Blue Label   2 00
676. Gonzales' Full Pale Red Label   1 90
677. Solera   .'  1 90
Australian Wines.
751. L.C.B. Emu Australian Burgundy (gal.)    5 50
750. L.C.B. Emu Australian Burgundy (qt.)   1 00
761. Emu Australian Burgundy  (qt.)    1 50
780. Emu Australian Burgundy  (pt.)    75
763. Rubicon Australian Burgundy  (qt.)     1 40
781. Rubicon Australian Burgundy (pt.)    75
800. Emu Australian Chablis  (qt.)     1 50
822. Emu Australian Chablis  (pt.)    80
Canadian Wines.
600. L.C.B. St. Augustine  (gal.)    4 00
601. L.C.B. St. Augustine  (qt.)  1 25
623. St. Augustine, case goods (qt.)    1 25
584. L.C.B. Native Port (gal.)    3 75
585. L.C.B. Native Port (qt.)   .'.  75
644. L.C.B. Native Sherry (gal.)    3 75
645. L.C.B. Native Sherry (qt.)    75
610. Bon Vino (qt.)    60
614. Concord Port  (qt:)     75
625. Kennedy's Tonic Port   (qt.)  1 25
620. Golden Crest Port (qt.)   .'  75
674. Golden Crest Sherry (qt.)    75
801. Golden Crest Loganberry (qt.)    75
794. Vin Soleil Loganberry  (gal.)    2 75
795. Vin Soleil Loganberry (qt.)   60
796. Vin Supreme Loganberry (gal.)  2 75
797. Vin Supreme Loganberry (qt.)   60
Burgundy (Sparkling)—Quart,
766. Bouchard Sparkling, White   3 25
767. Bouchard Sparkling, Pink   3 25
768. Bouchard Sparkling, Red  '.  3 25
769. Bouchard Sparkling, Red (pt.)    1 75
770. Bouchard Sparkling, White  (pt.)     1 75
Burgundy, Red (Still)—Quart.
760. Beaune    1 75
762. Pommard    .-  2 00
765. Moulin a Vent   1 50
Burgundy, White (Still)—Quart.
811. Chablis    1 25 15 Geo. 5 Report of Liquor Control Board. J 75
APPENDIX C—Continued.
Price-list No. 1—Continued.
Champagne.
Item No.
730. Moet & Chandon  (qt.)     $ 4 25
740. Moet & Chandon  (pt.)    2 25
734. G. H. Mumm Gordon Rouge (qt.)    5 00
744. G. H. Mumm Gordon Rouge (pt.)    2 75
733. G. H. Mumm Extra Dry (qt.)   4 25
743. G. H. Mumm Extra Dry (pt.)    2 25
731. Pommeroy & Greno (qt.)    4 25
741. Pommeroy & Greno (pt.)  2 25
735. Veuve Clicquot (qt.)    4 25
745. Veuve Clicquot (pt.)   2 25
Claret.
690. L.C.B. Bordeaux Vieux (gal.)   3 75
691. L.C.B. Bordeaux Vieux (qt.)   75
701. Bordeaux Rouge  (qt.)    90
695. Camponac  (qt.)     1 15
720. Camponac  (pt.)     60
696. Margaux   (qt.)     90
721. Margaux (pt.)    45
697. Medoc   (qt.)     90
722. Medoc  (pt.)    45
700.  St. Emilion   (qt.)     1 00
699. St. Julien  (qt.)     90
724. St. Julien  (pt.)     50
703. Chateau Lafite  (qt.)    1 75
704. Chateau Larose  (qt.)    1 25
White Wines (Sauternes, etc.).
790. L.C.B. Graves'  Superieur   (gal.)     4 25
791. L.C.B. Graves' Superieur  (qt.)     85
802. Graves  (qt.)    90
823. Graves  (pt.)    50
806. Barsac  (qt.)    1 25
807. Bordeaux Blanc (qt.)   90
808. Cordon Blanc  (qt.)    1 00
803. Olivier   (qt.)     1 15
824. Olivier  (pt.)     50
804. Sauternes   (qt.)     1 25
820. Sauternes   (pt.)     65
805. Haut Sauternes  (qt.)  1 35
821. Haut Sauternes  (pt.)    70
702. Chateau Yquem  (qt.)    3 25
Wines—Miscellaneous.
792. L.C.B. Barbara  (Italian Type)   (gal.)    3 00
793. L.C.B. Zinfandel (French Type)   (gal.)    2 25
705. Melini's  Chiante   (qt.)     90
725. Melini's Chiante   (pt.)     50
678. Madeira, Kopke's No. 333, London  (qt.)    2 25
679. Dry Madeira, Kopke's No. 334, Fine Old (qt.)    2 25
Bitters.
844. Fernet Branca  (qt.)  4 50
895. Angostura Bitters   (8-oz.)     2 00
851. Ross* Orange Bitters  (qt.)   ;  4 00
Cocktails—Reputed Quart.
841. Silk Hat, Manhattan   2 50
842. Silk Hat, Martini   2 50
843. Silk Hat, Vermouth   2 50
866. Silk Hat, House of Lords   3 00
867. Silk Hat, Champagne Brandy   3 00 APPENDIX C—Continued.
Price-list No. 1—Continued.
Liqueurs—Bottle.
Item No.
900. Advocaat Fockink   $ 4 25
830. Anisette  4 25
902. Anisette White Fockink  4 25
901. Apricot Brandy, Fockink  5 00
854. Apricot Brandy, Ross   4 00
861. Apricot Brandy, Westminster   4 25
S64. Apricot Brandy, 1'Abbe Francais   3 25
831. Benedictine  6 00
896. Benedictine  (Y? bot.)  3 25
850. Bittermint, Neissen's   2 50
853. Blackberry Brandy, Ross   4 50
860. Blackberry Brandy, Westminster   4 00
897. Chartreuse, Green   3 50
898. Chartreuse,  Yellow  3 00
907. Cherry Brandy, Fockink   4 00
846. Cherry Brandy, Heering's   4 75
852. Cherry Brandy, Ross   4 00
859. Cherry Brandy, Westminster   4 00
834. Cherry Whisky, Fremy   4 25
870. Creme de Cacao, l'Abbe Francais   4 00
906. Creme de Cacao, Fockink   5 00
835. Creme de Cacao, Nuyens   4 00
836. Creme de Cassis, Nuyens   3 50
869. Creme de Menthe, l'Abbe Francais   4 00
908. Creme de Menthe, Fockink   4 00
833. Creme de Menthe, Nuyens   4 00
915. Peppermint, Merveille's  4 00
909. Cumin Allash, Fockink   3 00
903. Curacao Orange, Fockink   5 00
904. Curacao Orange, Triple Sec, Fockink   5 00
905. Curacao Orange, Triple No. 5, Fockink   4 25
832. Curacao Rouge, Nuyens   4 75
910. Eau de Vie du Cap, Fockink   5 00
911. Half & Half, Fockink   4 00
912. Hubertine,  Fockink   4 75
848. Kummel, Nuyens   4 00
913. Liqueur Imperiale, Yellow, Fockink   4 75
914. Liqueur Imperiale,  Green, Fockink   4 75
849. Maraschino,  Nuyens    3 75
917. Punch au Rhum, Fockink   4 00
918. Punch au Whisky, Fockink   4 00
919. Grand Marnier Cordon Rouge   4 50
916. Royal Orange, Extra Dry, Fockink   5 50
865. Table Verte, l'Abbe Francais   3 50
Vermouth—Bottle.
855. Noilly Prat, French  1 50
856. Bailor, Italian   1 50
857. Martini & Rossi, Italian   1 50
868. Greek Vermouth   2 00
Chinese Whiskies and Wines.
930. N'Gor Mi (qt.)  ,  90
940. Mui Kwei Lu (pt.)   1 50
941. Ng Ka Py  (pt.)    1 25
942. Sam Ching (pt.)    1 25
943. Old Ng Ka Py  (pt.)    60
950. Ng Ka Py  (split)    65
951. Mui Kwei Lu  (split)    75
Japanese Sake.
960. Hakatsura (qt.)  '.  85
962. Kiku-Masamune (qt.)   90
965. Momiji-Masamune  (qt.)    75 15 Geo. 5 Report of Liquor Control Board. J 77
APPENDIX C— Continued.
Price-list No. 1—Continued.
Ale and Stout.
Item No. .   ,
970. Bass  (doz. qts.)    $ 7 00
971. Guinness  (doz. qts.)     7 00
980. Bass (doz. pts.)    4 00
981. Guinness  (doz. pts.)    4 00
986. McEwan's India Pale Ale (doz. pts.)    3 50
9S7. McEwan's Cream Stout (doz. pts.)   3 75
988. McEwan's Strong Ale (doz. pts.)    4 00
990. Bass  (doz. splits)     2 50
991. Guinness   (doz. splits)     2 50
Miscellaneous Assortment of Liquors, Wines, etc., in some of Vendors' Stores,
but not stocked in Warehouses.
Scotch Whisky.
50. Ancient Highland Malt (imp. qt.)    $ 7 20
54. King George Gold Label (imp. qt.)  7 00
58. Walker's Black Label (imp. qt.)    7 20
62. Dewar's Extra Special  (imp. qt.)    7 00
70. Aitken Melrose (rep. qt.)    3 50
73. Ambassador (rep. qt.)   4 00
75. Ben Edin (rep. qt.)    3 75
78. Bonnie Briar (rep. qt.)    4 00
81. Catto's 10 Year (rep. qt.)    4 50
83. Cream of Barley (rep. qt.)  4 00
91. Grant's Standfast  (rep. qt.)    4 00
92. Greer's O.V.H.  (rep. qt.)   4 00
94. Haig & Haig Five Star (rep. qt.)   4 75
96. Iona (rep. qt.)    4 25
99. King's Liqueur (rep. qt.)   4 00
100. Long John (rep. qt.)   4 00
102. Millburn  (rep. qt.)    4 00
110. Roderick Dhu (rep. qt.)   4 00
111. Rob Roy (rep. qt.)    3 75
112. Rosculter (rep. qt.)  3 75
115. Sympathy  (rep. qt.)    :  4 00
117. Stodart's R.O.H. (rep qt.)   4 00
122. Veteran  (rep. qt.)  4 25
127. Watson's No. 10 (rep. qt.)    4 25
129. Wee Scot (rep. qt.)  4 00
133. Dewar's White Label (rep. qt.)    4 50
j Canadian Rye.
179. L.C.B.  Rye   (8-oz.)    ,  1 15
207. Walker's Special (imp. qt.)    5 00
American Bourbon.
260. L.C.B. Bourbon  (gal.)  21 00
261. L.C.B. Bourbon  (imp. qt.)     6 00
262. L.C.B. Bourbon  (rep. qt.)     4 00
263. L.C.B. Bourbon   (16-oz.)  2 25
273. Hunter's Bourbon  (rep. qt.)  3 75
274. Hunter's Rye  (rep. qt.)    3 25
275. Old Crow  (rep. qt.)  4 50
Gin.
313. L.C.B. Melcher's  (gal.)     IS 00
314. L.C.B. Melcher's   (imp. qt.)     4 50
315. L.C.B. Melcher's  (rep. qt.)    3 00
320. L.C.B. Geneva  (8-oz.)     1 10
322. L.C.B. Dry or Old Tom (8-oz.)  1 10
372. De Kuyper's,  Violet   1 50
383. Burrough's Dry  (rep. qt.)  4 25
385. Cavendish Dry (rep. qt.)    3 25
386. Essex Dry  (rep. qt.)     3 75
394. McLaren's Dry  (rep. qt.)    3 25
395. Nelson's Dry  (rep. qt.)     3 25
400. Vicker's Dry  (rep. qt.)     3 50
403. Burnett's Dry  (rep. qt.)  3 25
404. M'astica Greek Gin (rep. qt.)    4 25 J 78 British Columbia. 1925
APPENDIX C— Continued.
Price-list No. 1—Continued.
Miscellaneous Assortment of Liquors, Wines, etc., in some of Vendors' Stores,
but not stocked in Warehouses—Continued.
Item No. Brandy.
433. L.C.B. Brandy   (20-oz.)     $ 2 50
435. L.C.B. Brandy  (8-oz.)     1 25
450. Clouret's   (qt.)    ;  4 00
456. Brillefs   (qt.)     3 75
457. Meukow's Five Star  (qt.)    4 25
459. Martell's One Star (qt.)    3 50
460. Koniak Greek Brandy  (qt.)    4 25
484. L.C.B. Demerara, 35 O.P.  (8-oz.)  1 35
4S9. L.C.B. Jamaica, 35 O.P.  (8-oz.)    1 35
494. L.C.B. Demerara, Proof (8-oz.)    1 10
499. L.C.B. Jamaica, Proof  (8-oz.)    1 10
537. Brabant Red Seal, 15 U.P.  (rep. qt.)    3 00
Alcohol. '
553. L.C.B. Pure Grain, 65 O.P.  (20-oz.)    3 50
555. L.C.B. Pure Grain, 65 O.P. (8-oz.)   1 65
563. L.C.B. Non-potable, 65 O.P.  (pt.)    3 25
564. L.C.B. Non-potable, 65 O.P.  (8-oz.)    1 50
Port.
5S9. L.C.B.  Gonzales   (qt.)     2 40
590. L.C.B. California   (qt.)     1 00
591. L.C.B.  California   (gal.)     5 25
Sherry.
622. Sta. Vista   (qt.)     1 50
646. L.C.B. Duff Gordon (gal.)   5 50
647. L.C.B. Duff Gordon (qt.)   1 00
648. L.C.B. California (qt.)    1 00
649. L.C.B. California (gal.)    5 75
Claret.
698. Pontet Canet   (qt.)  1 50
723. Pontet Canet   (pt.)     80
Champagne.
732. Heidsieck   (qt.)     4 25
742. Heidsieck   (pt.)     2 25
Burgundy.
764. Colcombet Dry Sparkling Burgundy (qt.)    3 75
Wines—Miscellaneous.
809. Mavrodafni Greek Wine (qt.)    1 60
White Wines (Sauternes, etc.).
825. Sparkling Moselle  (pt.)    2 00
Cocktails.
837. L.C.B. Manhattan  (qt.)    2 50
836. L.C.B. Martini (qt.)    2 50
839. Scazerac Manhattan  (qt.)    2 50
840. Scazerac Martini (qt.)    2 50
Japanese Sake.
961. Sakura Masamune  (qt.)    1 25
963. Kiki-Jerushi (qt.)   !  1 50            ■
964. Fuku-Masamune  (qt.)    1 50
Ale and Stout.
972. Munich (doz. qts.)  5 60
973. Pilsener (doz. qts.)    5 60
982. Munich (doz. pts.)   3 30
983. Pilsener (doz. pts.)    3 30
984. AVinnipeg Ale  (doz. pts.)    2 50
985. Winnipeg Stout (doz. pts.)    2 50 15 Geo. 5 Report of Liquor Control Board. J 79
APPENDIX C—Continued.
Amendments and Additions to Price-list No. 3.
Schedule Selling-price for Ale (Pints).
Vancouver Breweries, Ltd.;   Westminster Brewery, Ltd.;  Rainier Brewing Company, Ltd.
Page N 67, Third Annual Report—
Per Doz. PerBot.
21. Kamloops     $2 40 $0 20        Amendment.
70. Cloverdale      2 50 25        Addition.
71. Hope        2 50 25        Addition.
Page N 68, Third Annual Report—
Silver Spring Brewery, Ltd.;   Victoria Phoenix Brewery, Ltd.
70. Cloverdale   $2 50 $0 25        Addition.
71. Hope        2 50 25        Addition.
Fernie-Fort Steele Bretcing Company, Ltd.
9. Cranbrook   $2 50 $0 25 Addition.
13. Fernie    2 40 20 Addition.
17. Invermere   2 50 25 Addition.
28. Michel    2 45 25 Addition.
64. Yahk     2 50 25 Addition.
66. Kimberley   2 50 25 Addition.
Page N 70, Third Annual Report—
Schedule Selling-price for Coast Beer.
Pints. Quarts.
Doz. Bot. Doz. Bot.
70. Cloverdale    $2 05        $0 20 $3 50        $0 30
71. Hope      2 15 20 3 75 35
Price-list No. 6.
Price-list No. 6 provides for the sale of liquor in case lots and bulk, sold in bond, to the master,
agent, or accredited representative of any ocean-going vessel for the purpose of ship's stores only.
Price-list No. 7.
Draught Beer.
Amalgamated Brewers' Agency, Ltd.
Place. Barrel. Half-barrel.
Vancouver City  $22 00 $11 00
Maillardville  22 00 11 00
Ladysmith  22 00 11 00
Nanaimo  22 00 11 00
Victoria City  22 00 11 00
Esquimalt  22 00 11 00
Princeton Bretcing Company.
Princeton  22 00 11 00
Keremeos  22 00 11 00
Coalmont  22 00 11 00
Nelson Brewing Company.
Nelson     22 00 11 00
Columbia Brewery.
Trail     22 00 11 00
Cranbrook Brewery Company.
Cranbrook     22 00 11 00
Fernie-Fort Steele Brewery.
Fernie     22 00 11 00
Enterprise Brewery.
Revelstoke     22 00 11 00 J 80
British Columbia.
1925
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British Columbia:   "Liquor-control Plebiscite Act, 1923"; provision for plebiscites.
Alberta:  Provision for formation of local-option areas.
Saskatchewan: Provision for establishment or discontinuance of Government Liquor Stores.
Manitoba:  Provision for establishment or discontinuance of Government Liquor Stores.
Newfoundland: Provision for establishment or discontinuance of Government Liquor Stores.
Quebec :  Provision for application of " Canada Temperance Act." 15 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
J 83
APPENDIX C—Continued.
Premises purchased, leased, and rented bt Liquor Control Board as at March 31st, 1925.
Premises.
City or Town.
Lease.
Date of
Commencement.
Duration.
Monthly
Rental.
Remarks.
Administrative Offices.
Victoria :
411-416  and   423   Belmont
Building	
409 and 410 Belmont Building	
Warehouses.
Victoria	
Vancouver	
Government Liquor Stores.
Abbotsford	
Ashcroft	
Anyox	
Alice Arm	
Campbell River...	
Coalmont	
Chilliwack	
Cumberland	
Cranbrook	
Courtenay	
Cloverdale	
Duncan	
Esquimalt	
Fernie	
Greenwood	
Grand Forks.	
Golden	
Hope	
Invermere	
Kaslo	
K' remeos	
Kelowna	
Kamloops	
Kimberley	
Langley Prairie	
Lillooet	
Ladysmith	
Ladner	
Maillardville	
Mission	
Michel	
McBride	
Merritt	
Nelson	
New Westminster	
North Vancouver	
Nanaimo	
Ocean Falls	
Oliver	
Prince  Rupert	
Prince George	
1-6-23
1-8-24
15-3-25
1-8-23
20-7-23
15-4-23
10-8-24
1-7-23
15-6-23
1-6-24
12-6-23
1-7-23
15-8-24
1-4-24
10-4-24
1-
-4-
-24
1-
-9-
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1-
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-25
1-9-24
1-7-24
1-6-24
15-6-21
1-10-23
1-6-23
1-8-23
3 years
2 years
1 year
2 years
3 years
2 years
2 years
2 years
3 years
3 years
2 years
2 years
2 years
2 years
2 years
3 years
2 years
2 years
2 years
3 years
3 years
4 years
3 years
3 years
2 years
$155 00
60 00
750 00
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
Purchased  by Liquor Control  Board.
40 00
Monthly tenancy.
50 00
Monthly tenancy.
85 00
Monthly tenancy.
60 00
Monthly tenancy.
35 00
Monthly tenancy.
30 00
Monthly tenancy.
40 00
Lease pending.
50 00
Monthly tenancy.
100 00
Monthly tenancy.
50 00
50 00
35 00
30 00
55 00
35 00
Monthly tenancy.
60 00
50 00
Monthly tenancy.
35 00
Lease pending.
25 00
Monthly tenancy.
30 00
Monthly tenancy.
53 00
75 00
75 00
65 00
50 00
35 00
45 00
40 00
25 00
Monthly tenancy.
35 00
50 00
35 00
60 00
150 00
90 00
1st year.
100 00
2nd year.
125 00
3rd year.
60 00
1st year.
65 00
2nd year.
70 00
3rd year.
75 00
4th year.
150 00
Monthly tenancy.
35 00
Monthly tenancy.
40 00
125 00
100 00 J 84
British Colump,ia.
1925
APPENDIX C—Con tin lied.
Premises purchased, leased, and rented by Liquor Control Board as at March 31st, 1925-
Continued.
Premises.
City or Town.
Lease.
Date of
Commencement.
Duration.
Monthly
Rental.
Remarks.
Government Liquor Stores—
Continued.
Princeton	
Pouce Coupe	
Penticton	
Port Alberni	
Powell River	
Port Coquitlam	
Parksville	
Quesnel	
Rossland	
Revelstoke	
Smithers	
Stewart	
Salmon Arm	
Sidney	
South Westminster	
Trail	
Terrace	
Vancouver :
808 Pender Street W	
219-21 Hastings Street	
758 Powell Street	
602 Robson Street	
65-67 Cordova Street	
847 Beatty Street	
1213 Granville Street	
Vernon	
Victoria :
»     709 Johnson Street	
Nos. 2 and 3 Belmont Building
Williams Lake	
Yahk	
1-8-23
27-9-23
23-5-23
1-9-23
1-10-24
20-10-23
1-11-24
15-8-24
1-3-24
1-9-23
7-8-22
1-8-21
1-6-24
30-11-24
1-4-23
15-6-24
1-6-24
1-7-21
15-7-24
10-6-23
1-8-24
1-10-24
2 years
3 years
3 years
2 years
3 years
2 years
2 years
2 years
3 years
2 years
3 years
5 years
1 year
2 years
3 years
2 years
3 years
4 years
2 years
3 years
3 years
2 years
! 80 00
40 00
85 00
40 00
95 00
65 00
25 00
50 00
40 00
40 00
50 00
50 00
25 00
50 00
115 00
40 00
175 00
375 00
100 00
300 00
140 00
150 00
80 00
162 50
100 00
55 00
47 00
Monthly tenancy.
Purchased   by  Liquor Control  Board.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
Part of Government Liquor Warehouse.
Monthly tenancy.
Lease pending. 15 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
J 85
APPENDIX C—Continued,
Statement showing Number op Physicians issuing Prescriptions from April 1st, 1924,
to March 31st, 1925.
Month.
Vancouver.
Victoria.
Outside.
Totals.
1924.
23
12
14
18
15
19
18
17
19
17
14
16
21
22
14
16
19
13
18
17
IS
20
17
21
20
18
15
16
15
13
14
16
21
12
15
13
64
52
June	
43
July	
50
August	
49
September	
45
50
50
58
1925.
49
46
50
Totals  .   .   ...   	
,202
216
188
606
Statement showing Prescriptions for Liquor issued by Physicians and honoured at Government Liquor Stores and Drug Stores throughout the Province from
April 1st, 1924, to March 31st, 1925.
Month.
Vancouver.
Victoria.
Outside.
Totals.
1924.
122
47
77
50
44
48
62
69
76
71
66
76
62
42
36
31
53
51
39
50
59
63
60
58
231
159
132
112
120
107
105
126
197
153
143
154
415
248
245
193
217
206
206
215
332
1925.
287
269
288
808
604
1,739
3,151 J 86
British Columbia.
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J 87
APPENDIX D.
Statement of Permits issued from. April 1st, 1924, to March 31st, 1925.
Variety.
Number
issued.
Price.
Amount.
Individual Liquor Permits	
Individual Malt Liquor  Permits	
Permits for Druggist, Physician, Dentist, or Veterinary	
Permits for Ministers of the Gospel	
Permits for Persons engaged in Mechanical or Manufacturing Busi
ness or in Scientific Pursuits	
Special Permits (Banquets, etc.)	
75,600
4,954
74
49
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2 00
1 00
2  00
$151,2,00 00
4,954 00
14S 00
49 00
4 00
1,828 00
$158,183 00
VICTORIA,   B.C. :
Printed by Charles  F.   Banfielu,   Printer   to   the King's  Most  Excellent  Majesly.
1925.

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