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 EEPOET
MINISTER OF PUBLIC WORKS
OF   THE
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
FOR  THE
FISCAL YEAR 1924-25
PRINTED BY
AUTHORITY OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.
VICTORIA, B.C.:
Printed by Charles  F.  Banfield,  Printer  to  the King's  Most Excellent  Majesty.
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 To His Honour Walter Cameron Nichol.,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour:
Herewith. I beg respectfully to submit the Annual Report of my Department
for the fiscal year ended March Slst, 1925, in compliance with the provisions of
the " Public Works Act."
W. H. SUTHERLAND,
Minister of Public Works.
Department of Public Works,
Parliament Buildings,
Victoria, B.C., October 1st, 1925.
  PUBLIC WORKS REPORT.
REPORT  OF  THE  DEPUTY  MINISTER  AND  PUBLIC   WORKS   ENGINEER.
Parliament  Buildings,
Victoria, B.C., July 2nd, 1925.
Hon. W. H. Sutherland, M.D.,
Minister of Puulie Works, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I have the honour to submit my report for the fiscal year 1924-25.
Organization and Labour.
Consequent upon the resignation of the District Engineer at Kamloops several changes were
necessary. District Engineer Taylor was transferred from Prince Rupert to Kamloops and
District Engineer Mackay from 150-Mile House to Prince Rupert. E. S. Jones, Assistant District
Engineer, Vernon, was appointed District Engineer at 150-Mile House. R. Lowe, Assistant
District Engineer was transferred from Lillooet to Vanderhoof (in which district there is considerable work necessitating the services of an Engineer) and O. G. Gallaher was appointed in
his place. Other appointments were that of H. W. Stevens as Assistant District Engineer at
Golden, in room of G. C. Tassie, transferred to Vernon.
Labour-supply was plentiful and the employment of our day-labour forces throughout the
Province appeared to have given all-round satisfaction. To take care of the unemployment
situation during the winter mouths suitable relief-work was undertaken at various centres.
Roads .and Trails.
Whilst this year did not set any new records either as to the extent or nature of individual
projects, the aggregate accomplishments have been very creditable. In addition to 250 miles
of new trails, over SCO miles of roads of various types were added to the highway mileage, now
approximating 17,000 miles. The extension of many of the main trunk highways again formed
a large part of the year's programme. An outstanding event was the awarding of contracts
for the construction, of the major portion of the Fraser-Canyon section of the Old Cariboo Road.
Although comparatively little construction-work was done during the fiscal year, considerable
preparatory work was undertaken, both in relocating the highway and in organizing construction
camps. With a view to having the highway constructed, on the best possible alignment within
the maximum grade of 8 per cent., the combined skill and experience of registered professional
civil engineers have been concentrated upon this great highway undertaking.
I have personally given this highly important matter a large proportion of my time and
attention. In order that this highway may be open for traffic as far as Lytton by the summer
of 1926, there were constructed by day-labour 2 miles at Hope and Lytton and 1 mile north of
Cheam View. Work was commenced by contract on a most necessary diversion (1.2 miles) at
Jones Hill, 'between Hope and Rosedale. As a relief measure during the winter considerable
reconstruction-work was also undertaken by day-labour between Hope and Rosedale.
The Cariboo Road, which links up with the Fraser Canyon section of this great trunk
highway, was extended several miles between Quesnel and Fort George. Several stretches of
this section were also reconstructed on improved locations and other portions widened and
gravel-surfaced.
Similar reconstruction and improvement works were undertaken on the Fort George-
Hazelton Highway. On the southern route of the Trans-Provincial Highway the following work
was satisfactorily carried out all by day-labour:—
Construction of 2-mile diversion at Genelle, between Trail and Castlegar; extension of
macadamizing near Creston; reconstruction of 2-mile diversion between Cranbrook and Goatfell;
reconstruction at Hairpin Bend, west of Fernie; and widening, etc., at Crowsnest Pass (relief-
work). In addition, several miles of this highway throughout the Province were gravel-
surfaced.
 Q 6 Public Works Report  (1924-25).
On the northern route of the Trans-Provincial Highway several diversions and widenings
were successfully undertaken by day-labour between Kamloops and Salmon Arm and between
Kamloops and Vernon. Particularly contiguous to those cities an endeavour was made to
improve the standard of highway by widening, straightening, and regrading, to the apparent
approval of the municipal authorities in particular and the motoring public in general.
The construction of several other important trunk highways was advanced. On the
Edgewood-Vernon Road 10M, miles of heavy construction-work between Inonoaklin Crossing and
Kettle River were satisfactorily carried out by contract. With the construction by day-labour
of other 2 miles of the highway between Slocan and Silverton, these towns now wholly dependent
on boat service were brought nearer each other. The clearing, by contract, of 4.5 miles of the
right-of-way of the Nelson-Kaslo Highway between Queen's Bay and Ainsworth brought this
highway nearer completion.
The Big Bend Road north of Revelstoke was continued another mile and an additional 4
miles of the right-of-way were slashed.
The highway connecting Golden and the west boundary of Yoho Park, now being developed
by the Canadian National Park authorities, was continued by contract another 4 miles.
To eliminate prohibitive grades, etc., on the Nelson-United States Boundary Highway 2.13
miles of a diversion near Ymir were constructed by contract.
An important cut-off at Brookmere, in the Otter Valley, was started by day-labour. The
construction of a section of highway between the old wharf, reconstructed by the Dominion
Government at Bella Coola, and the 4-Mile Bridge (5.24 miles) was commenced by contract. In
order to afford a highway outlet from Prince Rupert, considerable clearing was undertaken by
day-labour on the Kaien Island Highway. The road from Fort George to Gisconibe and the
McBride-Dunster Road were extended by day-labour. Ou the Morris Valley Road 1.77 miles
of new construction were undertaken. The Harrison Mills-Agassiz Highway was extended 0.6
mile by day-labour, the bulk of the work comprising heavy side-hill rock excavation. New
construction-work on Vancouver Island comprised extensions of the Hardy Bay-Coal Harbour
Road, the Tofino-Ucluelet Road, and the reconstruction of portions of the Island Highway
'between Parksville and Qualicum. In constructing or reconstructing all such trunk highways
the Department did not lose sight of its policy to build roads for Iwna-fide settlers. Settlers'
roads chiefly comprised- the following: Colleymont Road (2.50 miles), Lone Butte-Bridge Lake
(12 miles), Port Clemens-Tlell (2 miles), Wardner-Casey (5 miles), and numerous short roads
in the Peace River District. The sleigh-road constructed for 142 miles between Fort St. John
and the Nelson River proved of immense benefit to settlers and traders in this district. To cope
with mining development, particularly in the northern areas, many mining roads were either
constructed or reconstructed. Chief amongst the mining roads so benefited were Alice Arm
Shore Road, Dunwell Mines Road, Telegraph Creek-Dease Lake Road, Salmon River Road, and
Bear River Road. Owing to the industrial expansion at Kimberley considerable street construction and improvement works were imperative.
Classified Highways.
In conjunction with the municipalities the following construction and reconstruction works
were undertaken:—
Dewdney Trunk Road (Coquitlam).—3.75 miles of asphaltic macadam (5-inch) 10 to 17
feet in width.
Scott Road (Delta and Surrey).—New Westminster Bridge South (0.67 mile) and Newton
Road North  (0.47 mile), pienetration macadam 16 feet wide.
Boundary Bay Road (Delta).—Parmiter Road to Morley Road (0.85 mile), asphalt macadam.
Hastings-Barnet Road (Burnaog).—At the gravel bluffs near Barnet 1.5 miles were reconstructed and gravelled.
Fraser Street (South Vancouver).—Thirty-fourth Avenue to Fifty-ninth Avenue (east side
only), 1.5 miles; Fifty-ninth Avenue to Riverway (west side only), 0.5 mile; total 2 miles 7-inch
cement concrete 12 feet in width.
West Saanich Road (Saanich, V.I.).—Continuation for other 2 miles of the bituminous
macadam.
Main Street, etc. (City of Armstrong).—Near C.P.R. Depot (0.34 mile), 7-inch cement concrete 18 feet wide.    (The only other hard-surfacing work done this year in addition to the above
   15 Geo. 5      Report of Deputy Minister and Public Works Engineer. Q 7
10.08 miles was on the loco-Port Moody Highway outside of any incorporated district. To
accommodate the greatly increased motor traffic to the industrial townsite at loco commencement
was made on the surfacing with asphalt macadam (5-inch), 13 feet wide, of this 2.50-mile
stretch.)
During the year 0.52 mile of primary highways and 2.S8 miles of secondary highways were
classified, bringing the total up to 114.38 miles of primary and 189.99 miles of secondary
highways.
Maintenance .and Improvement.
Road improvements comprising widening, straightening, and surfacing of existing highways
occupied the major portion of the activities of the Provincial day-labour gangs. With the aid
of trucks and tractors a large mileage of roads throughout the Province were gravel-surfaced,
thus fitting them better to withstand the intensive wear and tear of the greatly increased motortruck traffic.
The tendency of the tourist traffic, of which there was a marked increase in the summer
of 1924, is to deviate to our lateral roads either for the purpose of getting away from crowded
highways or to explore our varied scenery. This has involved the improvement and surfacing
of lateral roads. Amongst the maintenance undertakings special mention should be made of
the excellent work done on Vancouver Island towards conserving the gravel-surfacing from the
heavy inroads of heavy jitney traffic. Altogether 18 miles of bituminous treatment were undertaken on the Malahat Drive and Colwood Road, at an average cost of 12 cents per square yard
of 16-foot width. Portion of the East Saanich Road near Sidney was surfaced 16 feet wide
with 6 inches of crushed rock and treated with tarvia.
Bridges.
Continuing its policy of replacing timber structures on important highways by modern steel
structures, the Department completed three large bridges during the year. Following are details
of these structures :—
Revelstoke Bridge over Columbia River, Revelstoke.— (Total length, 1,140 feet) Steel
superstructure consisting of four 154-foot spans; two 212-foot 3-inch spans; roadway, 14 feet
8 inches wide (asphaltic concrete surface) ; sidewalk, 5 feet. Substructure: Twin steel cylinder
piers under span over main channel. Remainder of piers on plain concrete; approaches, 85 lineal
feet trestle.
Kamloops Bridge over the Thompson River, Kamloops.— (Total length, 1,036 feet.) Steel
superstructure consisting of three 212-foot 4-inch spans; two 154-foot spans; roadway, 16 feet
wide (asphaltic concrete surface) ; sidewalk, 5 feet wide. Substructure: Plain concrete piers;
approaches, 80 lineal feet timber trestle.
Terrace Bridge over Skeena River at Terrace.— (Total length, 1,340 feet. Steel superstructure consisting of one 250-foot span; one 163-foot deck span; two 140-foot deck spans; two
90-foot deck spans; roadway, 10 feet wide. Substructure: Plain concrete piers; approaches,
460 lineal feet timber trestle.
Commencement was also made on the construction of a combined steel and timber structure
. over the Fraser River at Eburne to replace the existing bridges, which were inadequate to withstand the heavy traffic developing between the Mainland and Lulu Island.
A marked feature of the timber bridge construction was the number of important bridges
very satisfactorily and economically undertaken by day-labour forces under efficient supervision.
Chief amongst such day-labour undertakings are the following: Chernainus River, 120-foot
Howe truss, pile piers; Haslam Creek, 110-foot Howe truss, concrete abutments; McBride
(Fraser River), one 130-foot and two 100-foot Howe trusses, pile piers; Yahk (Moyie River),
90-foot Howe truss, pile piers; Telkwa (Telkwa River), two 100-foot Howe trusses, concrete
piers; Baxter ('Shuswap River), 120-foot Plowe truss, pile piers, and 60-foot king truss; Loop
(Fernie), 120-foot Howe truss, concrete piers; Eddy's (Fernie), 100-foot Howe truss, concrete
piers.
Maintenance, particularly of the decking of timber bridges, still forms a large part of our
day-labour programme. Wherever practicable timber bridges are replaced with permanent
culverts and fills. Most of the bridge renewals are built on concrete piers capable of carrying
steel structures when conditions justify same. To withstand the strain and impact of swiftly-
moving motor traffic, and also to prolong the life of hundreds of bridges, three or four planks
 have been laid lengthwise at each wheel-track. An important improvement was undertaken by
day-labour on the Fraser River Bridge at Hope. The highway deck was refloored with 4- by
6-inch timbers on edge and flush-coated with Tarvia " B."
Ferries.
New ferries were installed over the Fraser River at Quesnel (10-ton standard ferry) and
at Isle de Pierre (Nechako River) the scow ferry was replaced with a more modern pontoon.
The heavy traffic using the Mill Bay Ferry has fully justified the expense of providing the ferry-
landings for the .accommodation of the private boat operating under a Provincial charter.
Commencement was made on the construction of landings and approaches thereto of a ferry
over the West Arm of the Kootenay Lake, 14 miles from Nelson.
River-bank Protection.
Beyond minor works necessary to protect bridge approaches, the Department has not undertaken much work of this nature during the past two years. Some work was done this year
at Natal to confine Michel Creek within safe limits, and substantial protection, cribbing was
constructed at West Fernie.
General.
Fuller details of the various works accomplished by this Department are provided in the
reports of the district officials and the Supervising Architect. It is a pleasure to again place on
record the splendid assistance so willingly afforded me by every member of the indoor and
outdoor staffs in the discharge of my many duties.
In conclusion I take this opportunity of referring to J. E. Griffith (now Deputy Minister
and Chief Engineer of Railways) for his unfailing courtesy and advice in solving many executive problems; to John Peck, Chief Inspector of Steam-boilers and Machinery (the administration
of whose branch was transferred to the Workmen's Compensation Board), for his advice and
assistance in various mechanical matters; and to James Muirhead (who has taken up private
practice as a consulting electrical engineer), for his capable management of the electrical branch
of the Department.
Permit me to place on record the co-operative assistance and excellent advice so freely
and generously afforded me by yourself on every occasion, concerning the better discharge of
my duties both in an executive and an administrative capacity. Such whole-hearted co-operation,
as yours has always been, has rendered my duties lighter, pleasanter, and more profitable.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
P. Philip,
Deputy Minister and Puljlio Works Engineer.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No.  1.
(Note.—There is no District Engineer for this Engineering District. Assistants report
direct to Deputy Minister and Public Works Engineer.)
Report of P. J. Campbell,  General Foreman for the  Islands and  Saanich
Electoral Districts.
Islands District Roads.—Improvement and reconstruction: Owing to the ever-increasing
volume of traffic the main objective during the year was to improve and reconstruct gravel and
earth roads. Several miles of gravel roads were regraded and surfaced with crushed rock for
a minimum width of 16 feet and a depth of 6 inches. The whole was thoroughly rolled and
finally treated with two coats of tarvia and granite screenings.
Five miles of earth roads were partially regraded and surfaced with 4 inches of crushed
rock.
Construction:   Four miles of new roads were constructed for settlers throughout the district.
  .
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 15 Geo. 5 Engineering District No. 1. Q 9
Maintenance: About 300 miles of roads were maintained in the district during the year,
and in some sections patrol gangs were constantly engaged. The severe frost during the winter
did considerable damage to the roads where logging and cordwood gangs were operating, but
by curtailing operations a large saving in repairs was effected.
Saanich District.—Several roads in the district were gravelled and ditched and treated
with asphaltic oil. The road to the Dominion, Astrophysical Observatory was regraded and
gravelled and a heavy coating of asphaltic oil sprayed, under pressure, over the entire length.
This road withstood the heavy traffic and winter conditions splendidly.
Two more miles of bituminous paving were laid on the West Saanich Road (a secondary
highway) 'by the Municipal Works Department and 50 per cent, of the cost was borne by this
Department.
Bridges.—A few renewals and general repairs were done during the season.
Ferries.—The Mill Bay and Brentwood ferry-landings were built and the ferry started
operating about the end of September, 1924. This ferry gives an all-year-round service between
Victoria and up-Island points, doing away with the necessity of travelling over the Malahat
Drive during the winter months.
Report of  C.  A.  Helgesen,   General  Foreman,   Esquimalt  District.
Roads and Trails.—Construction: The following new roads were completed during the
year: Esquimalt Lagoon extension, % mile along Lagoon Spit, to afford the general public access
thereto. Whiffen Spit Road: This road, commenced last year, was completed and surfaced
with gravel this year and has given general satisfaction. Fitzgerald Cut-off: Approximately
0.9 mile of new road has been cleared and partly graded. When completed this road will be a
boon to the general public, as it cuts out three dangerous hills on the Summit Road to Shawnigan
Lake.
Reconstruction: Eight miles of main road, including heavily travelled sections on Colwood,
Sooke, and Metchosin Roads, were tarviated, and 9 miles of Malahat Drive treated with liquid
asphalt. This work has stood the wet season exceptionally well and has drawn favourable
comment from all users of the roads.
Maintenance and repairs: On main and trunk roads heavy traffic has greatly increased
over last year, making it very difficult to keep gravelled roads in good condition with funds
available. Only increased use of good mechanical equipment has made possible the uniformly
good condition of roads generally throughout the district.
Bridges.—During the past year sixteen bridges have been reconstructed and thirty-five
repaired. Wherever possible bridges have been replaced with permanent fills. In all new
work special attention has been paid to relocation with a view to improvement of existing grades
and curves in approaches.
Report of H. C. Mann, Assistant District Engineer, Cowichan and Newcastle Districts.
Govrichan District.—The roads in this district were maintained in good condition during
the year, but unfortunately in some places the stock of suitable road material is becoming scarce.
The Island Highway, due perhaps to a long spell of dry weather' in the summer, was rough
in many places, and this coming year the method of keeping, wherever possible, a thin coating
of fine gravel over the road is being adopted, as well as dry-grading, which has given satisfactory ■
results, allowing of material beiug properly distributed on the surface of the road  oefore a
rainfall.
This district has had its share of " extraordinary traffic," but little difficulty was experienced
in controlling heavy haulage during the winter months.
A new Howe-truss bridge was constructed across the Chernainus River near Westholme,
the erection of which reflects much credit on the Bridge Foreman, under whose charge it was
built.
The bridges over Somenos Creek and the Macintosh Bridge, Sahtlam, were rebuilt. The
bridges in this district have been maintained in good condition.
The wooden sidewalk on Wilson's Hill-Island Highway, Duncan City, was reconstructed
during the year and the Island Highway tarviated where it passes along Station Street, City
of Duncan.
 Q 10 Public Works Report  (1.924-25).
The cribbing protecting the Island Highway at Cowichan .Bay was repaired in places during
the year, but this cribbing as a whole will shortly require to be renewed. The question of
widening the highway seawards will also require to be given consideration.
Newcastle District.—The roads in this district are on the whole wider than in Cowichan
District and consequently easier to maintain. In various places beach gravel is obtainable, and
as it contains a certain percentage of lime and salt it is excellent material for use during the
summer months on roads with little protection from the sun.
On the Island Highway south of Ladysmith a stretch of asphalt was laid down in the
summer, but this work suffered severely during the severe frost in December. Repairing with
cold patch was resorted to last February and the results have been fairly satisfactory.
Considerable work was done on the road to Nanaimo Lakes, the road having been widened
in many places, ditched, and the surface graded. During the months of February and March
considerable repairs to South Wellington Road were carried out, under a grant for the relief
of the unemployed, and this road is now in good condition.
A new Howe-truss bridge was constructed across Haslam Creek at Cassidy, below and alongside the E. & N. Railway Bridge. The old bridge some 400 yards down-stream is still in use,
but only for light traffic.
The roads and bridges in this district have been maintained in good condition during the
year.
In conclusion, I would like to place on record the good service rendered by the foremen
and the workmen, the majority of whom were returned soldiers.
Report of W. P. Beavan, Assistant District Engineer for Comox Electoral District.
Roads and Trails.—Construction-work was light, involving only about 6 miles of new
work, all of which wrork was satisfactorily undertaken by day-labour. In this mileage the chief
item was the grading (14 feet wide) of the Powell River-Myrtle Point Road to take care of the
increasing settlement. In the Salmon River Valley about % mile of new roads were graded.
The Hardy Bay-Coal Harbour Road was extended 1% miles. The remainder of the new roads
were to accommodate settlers on Valdes Island, Read Island, and elsewhere.
Reconstruction-work embraced the regrading and gravelling (15 feet wide) of 0.4 mile of
the Cumberland-Comox Lake Road and the reconstruction of % mile of the main road on Texada
Island.
Maintenance-work featured largely in the year's programme, no less than 342 miles of road
having been generally repaired, widened, ditched, gravelled, or otherwise materially improved.
Approximately $1,000 was spent on improving classified highways in conjunction with the
municipalities. 'Considering the large mileage of roads (459 miles) to maintain and the
greatly increased use of motor-vehicles, even in outlying districts and on the islands, the amount
of improvement-work accomplished on the roads is very creditable with the comparatively limited
funds at disposal. The enormous increase in motor traffic on the Island Highway between
Parksville and Campbell River calls for a very much larger expenditure on this much-travelled
road to make it more serviceable for motor-vehicles of all descriptions. This applies particularly
to the Campbell River section.
Bridges.—The 50-foot king truss with trestle approach at Wolfson Creek was the only new
bridge of importance constructed. Bridges renewed included a 45-foot king truss at China
Creek and 50-foot king trusses at Rosewall and the third crossing of Salmon River respectively.
Five trestle bridges were reconstructed. All the bridges were kept in good state of repair, chiefly
renewal of decking due to the wear and tear of rapid motor-vehicle traffic. Over $4,000 has
been spent on general repairs and protection-works.
General.—Over thirty subdivisions were inspected for approval and a large number of
applications for permits for logging-railways crossing highways, pole-lines, etc., were
investigated.
Following the resignation of O. W. Smith, whose resignation was regretfully accepted
by the Department, I was transferred from the .Alberni District in September last. I cannot,
therefore, report so fully as I could have done had I been in charge throughout the entire fiscal
year.
I take this opportunity of recording the assistance rendered me by the local foremen and
others under my supervision. The officials at headquarters extended to me the usual support
and encouragement.
 Chernainus River Bridge.    Built by day labour.
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Haslam Creek Bridge.    Substructure done by day-labour ; superstructure done by contract.
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  15 Geo. 5 Engineering District No. 1. Q 11
Report of H. M. Bigwood, Assistant District Engineer for Alberni District.
Roads and Trails.—Generally the year was favourable so far as weather conditions were
concerned, the most trying time being in December, when heavy frosts on ground unprotected by
snow were responsible for some inconvenience and damage during the period of thawing out.
However, traffic was maintained in all sections, including the Alberni Summit.
Considerable improvement, in the form of widening and straightening, was done on the
Island Highway between Parksville and Qualicum, leaving the portion north from Qualicum
Beach still to be improved.
Construction-work on Palmer Road, No. 224; Kaye Road, No. 221; and Jenkins Road, No.
187, provided access for settlers farming along those routes and the benefit is appreciated.
Preliminary work, clearing, and ditching done on the road near Parksville School has
resulted in providing good conditions for subsequent construction.
A further mileage of construction on the road to link Tofino with Ucluelet, consisting of
clearing and grading, was carried out during the summer and leaves a balance of approximately
6 miles still to be done. Gravelling and ditching on past years' construction was carried on and
after another season's work in this manner a road suitable for travel at any time will be
available between Ucluelet and Long Beach, which will encourage tourists to holiday adjacent
to its wonderful beach, consisting of 14 miles of hard sand over which an automobile may be
driven.
The remaining section of this road, Long Beach to Tofino, consists of 6 miles of the hardest
kind of construction, but with the base of supplies established at Tofino, 2% miles from the
initial point for construction, it is hoped that clearing may be completed this season, and also a
considerable portion graded.
Traffic.—Year by year the volume, speed, and weight of traffic using the roads increase
and many roads are too narrow and tortuous for comfort and safety. Logging operations along
highways cause considerable additional expense for maintenance and the difficulty of regulating
them without hampering private enterprise is considerable.
Bridges.—Twenty-four bridges were reconstructed during the year, and on those situated
on main highways, such as Island Highway and Canadian Highway, deck-planks were laid
longitudinally with the traffic. Where this has been done the improved surface is very noticeable
and often remarked upon.
No large bridges were constructed during the year.
Eighty structures were dealt, with in the way of maintenance, the work consisting of
repairing substructures and repairing decks.
At Bridge No. 23, French Creek, 550 loads of rock were placed round piers and at toe of
approach fills as safeguard from erosion. The river is continually cutting its north bank just
above the bridge.
Buildings.—Alterations to accommodate larger trucks were made to buildings which were
originally built for horses and wagons.
Railway Crossings.—A new crossing over the E. & N. Railway Company's tracks at Superior
Road, Mile 82.4, was constructed.
Work has been commenced laying steel on the Central Lake Branch of the E. & N. Railway,
thus adding five more crossings to the list.
Heavier traffic is anticipated on the Central Lake Road, No. 10, due to the construction of
a mill which is proceeding at the lake.
 REPORT OF ENGINEER, DISTRICT No. 2.
District Engineer's Office,
Court-house, New Westminster,  B.C.,  July 18th,  1925.
P. Philip, Esq.,
Deputy Minister and Public Works Engineer,
Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I beg to submit herewith annual report of work done in the above district during
the fiscal year 1924-25.
Burnaby District.—Hastings-Barnet Road: The chief work undertaken duriug the year in
this district consisted of the reconstruction of the Hastings-Barnet Road. Approximately 1.5
miles of this highway at the big bluffs were reconstructed and gravelled. The work was of
a heavy nature, as the old road along the bluffs was very narrow and had a number of dangerous
turns.
The cost was approximately $16,000, and this expenditure has been quite justified, by the
use that has been made of this highway by the traffic from the north side of the Fraser Valley
as far east as Mission and westerly to Vancouver, thus relieving the congestion which existed
between Port Coquitlam and Vancouver via Westminster.
This highway has considerable merit from a scenic point of view, and it is reasonable to
suppose that within a short time it will increase in importance as a main trunk road leading
to Vancouver.
Relief-work: To provide relief for the unemployed, work was undertaken, where possible,
during the winter months throughout the district.
On the Hastings-Barnet Road those portions not already improved during the summer were
widened to 24 feet for a distance of approximately 4 miles. On this fifty men were employed
for about two months at standard wages.
About 200 men were employed for a period of six weeks clearing Government land near
Oakalla Prison Farm.
A section of storm-sewer on Kingsway was reconstructed, the old wooden box having been
pulled up and replaced with vitrified-clay pipe.
Chilliwack District.—No new construction-work was carried out on roads in this district
during the fiscal year.
Trans-Provincial Highway: This highway was widened in many places where the road
was too narrow for the existing traffic. The drainage was improved and a number of old
timber culverts removed and replaced with metal pipe. Approximately 16,000 cubic yards of
gravel were used for repairing the roads.
Columbia Valley Road: This road was widened from the main highway to Cultus Lake,
a distance of 1% miles, Cultus Lake has recently been opened up as a summer resort and the
traffic is very heavy in this district during the summer months.
River-bank Protection: No additional work was carried out on the Vedder river-bank
protection. The December freshet was very heavy, bringing down more timber than has been
experienced for some years. Numerous log-jams were formed in the river. The wing-walls
constructed last year proved very satisfactory. In most cases the silt and gravel washed down
by the river has been held, forming bars that are now protecting the previously scioured-out
sections of the river-bank.
Approximately 100 cubic yards of rock were torn out of the rock wall by large drift-logs
during the high-water period.
Bridges: The Vedder Oanal pile-trestle bridge, 1,220 feet in length, including two 150-foot
Howe trusses, was constructed and completed by contract during the month of March.
Very little maintenance was required to the bridges in this district.
Ferries: The Agassiz-Rosedale Ferry " Sea Wolf" still continues to render excellent
service, meeting all public demands. New protection-piles were driven at both landings, replacing
the old piles, which were dangerous owing to their rotten condition.
Delta District.—The major works carried out during the year were as follows:—
Boundary Bay Road (40b), Asphaltic Macadam Paving: In the section of the Boundary
Bay Road which runs from Parmiter Road to Morley Road, a distance of 0.85 mile. Base: The
old macadam base, 10 feet wide, was scarified and spread to a width of 16 feet and flushed with
a liquid asphalt binder, % gallon per square yard.   The old metal was then covered with a
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 Yahk Bridge, 90-foot Howe-truss span.    Built by contract, February 21st, 1925.
Vedder Canal Bridge, Sumas Reclaimed Area, Chilliwack District
Two 150-foot Howe-truss spans.
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run-of-bank gravel for a consolidated thickness of 2i^ inches and the surface flushed with
asphaltic binder, 1 gallon per square yard. Top: Washed screened gravel varying in size from
-M-h to 2% inches was added and compacted 2% inches in depth and flushed with asphalt, 1%
gallons per square yard. The surface voids were filled with crushed gravel, % to % inch,
rolled and flushed with a layer of stone chips and coarse sand. This paving has proved quite
satisfactory up to the present time.
Scott Road (18b), Asphalt Penetration: Two sections of the Scott Road were paved 16
feet wide; one section from the Newton Road north 0.47; the other, New Westminster Bridge,
south 0.67 mile.
The existing rock and gravel base was scarified and flushed with a liquid asphalt binder, %
gallon per square yard. This was covered with screened gravel to a compacted depth of 2% to
3 inches, flushed with an asphaltic binder, 1 gallon per square yard, and blinded with stone chips.
Trans-Provincial Highway, South Approach, New Westminster Bridge: The highway
approach under the Canadian National Railway has been greatly improved by constructing an
additional 26-foot span, which divides the highway into two openings through the trestle. This
provides one for the north-bound and one for the south-bound traffic, greatly reducing the
dangerous condition, previously existing at this point, where heretofore both north- and southbound traffic had to use the one opening through the trestle.
General: The maintenance of the gravel roads on the Trans-Provincial Highway required
more attention owing to the increased motor traffic. Grading operations were carried out
diligently, especially during the dry summer months. The roads were kept in good condition
throughout the year.
Bridges: The Canoe Pass Bridge was reconstructed owing to the scouring-out of the riverbed. Three piers and two Howe trusses, 100 feet and 120 feet in length, wrere rendered unsafe.
These were replaced by locating a new foundation for the piers and erecting 120-foot and 160-
foot Howe-truss spans.
Two of the new piers (B and C) constructed consisted of a cluster of seventy-five piles in
each pier, each line of piles braced by 6- by 8-ineh timber, making a solid platform on top of
the pier. The piles were 110 feet in length with 34 to 40 feet penetration; average diameter
of piles at cut-off being 20 inches. The whole pier above low water was timber-sheeted and the
pier-noses covered with sheet iron.
Owing to the river being tidal at the bridge crossing the ice-flow is carried both up and
down channel, at times subjecting the piers to terrific strain. Last winter at one stage of the
tide the ice piled up from bank to bank, nearly 10 feet high. Careful watch was kept and we
are now satisfied that this type of pile-pier construction is amply justified on the grounds of
strength and economy of first cost.
Dewdney District.—The major works carried out during the year were.as follows:—
Dewdney Trunk Road, No. 2, Paving: This section of the Dewdney Trunk runs from
Westminster City limits to Port Coquitlam City. A total length of 3.75 miles was paved with
asphaltic macadam (penetration) 5 inches thick, 16 to 17 feet wide.
This new pavement replaced an old worn-out macadam surface, which was found impossible
to repair economically with any degree of success. Traffic statistics show that this highway
has become more and more important as a trunk road leading to Vancouver and at present
accommodates a heavy car and truck traffic.
As the contract for this work carries a five-year guarantee, the Province will be relieved
from the heavy maintenance expenditures on this road for that period of time.
loco-Port Moody Road, Paving: The increasing importance of the town of loco as an
industrial centre made it imperative that steps be taken, to provide adequate highway connection.
As a start towards this objective, 1 mile only of this road, 'which is 3.5 miles long, was paved
this year with asphaltic macadam (penetration) 5 inches thick, 12 to 13 feet wide. The
remaining 2.5 miles will be paved in 1925-26.
Dewdney Trunk, No. 7, Widening: Two miles of this road, from the east boundary of
Municipality of Mission to Dewdney Station, are on a dyke. This embankment, which only
averaged about 12 feet wide on top, wTas widened to 24 feet and regravelled. A P. & H. shovel
was used in making the new embankment.
Relief-work: Considerable work was done by relief gangs in widening roads during the
winter months, the most important of which was on the Dewdney Trunk in Port Moody City,
the River Road near Whonnock, and the Salvaster Road north of Hatzic.
 Q 14 Public Works Report  (1924-25).
River-bank Protection, South Lillooet: Two bad " S " bends in this river were straightened
out by digging new channels with a P. & H. drag-line hired from the Dykes Department. The
new channels have worked satisfactorily and are giving the relief hoped for.
Ferries: The Mission-Matsqui Ferry has given good service. During the cold spell in
winter the ferry was not operated owing to floating ice in the Fraser. The ferry-boat itself
was completely overhauled this spring-.
General: The usual maintenance was carried out this year. The roads were all kept in
good condition. A little trouble was experienced when the frost was coming out of the ground.
No doubt more trouble would have been experienced had not the traffic regulations been strictly
enforced.    Extensive regravelling of the Salvaster and River Roads has been done.
Bridges: In general, the bridges are in good condition and no great amount has been
spent on them this year.    Lampart Bridge, 340 feet long, was reconstructed.
Surveys:    A new highway has been located between Deroche and Harrison Bay.
New Westminster District.—District Lot 172: The River Road in District Lot 172 was
flush-coated with a light coat of Tarvia " X."
Considerable ditching was done on most of the streets and other general repairs were carried
out.
North Approach, New Westminster Bridge: The steep earth side-hill slope of the approach
has been sloughing in after the frost and rainy season each year, and it was found necessary
to eliminate this trouble by cribbing the part affected. The cribbing is of 8- by 10-inch
timbers, held in place by cross-ties spaced 8 feet apart. The cribbing is 11 feet maximum height
and 2C0 feet long.
North Vancouver District.—General: During the past year nothing of outstanding interest
occurred in the matter of construction. Our efforts were confined to maintaining the roads, in
so far as funds would permit. It was found necessary, during the heavy frosts of last season,
to limit the traffic in the Gibson-Sechelt and Squamish section to light grocery delivery-rigs and
the mails.
In his report to me General Foreman Wylie frankly expresses his opinion as follows: " As
this district is wholly a ward of the Government, I am of the opinion that the Department does not
spend enough within its own confines, considering the amounts given to the municipalities. The
people living in these unorganized districts are getting all modern appliances, autos and trucks,
and that being the case money must be spent in the matter of main highways and trunk roads
in order that these settlers may get around amongst each other, as the people living within the
richer areas are able to do. I have always felt that too many people are crowding into the
cities, and having presentable roads made for settlers is, to my mind, money well spent, as it
will make the settlers more contented, prevent their return to the crowded cities, and also
encourage other settlers to go on the land.
" rtAs I have now left this district, I will be only too pleased to give any desired information
to my successor, aud I trust that Mr. Gallaher will have success in the district, that all settlers
may be treated fairly, and that no complaints will reach the Department.
" There is only one thing that his attention should be called to—namely, that very often
heavy frosts occur in the Gibson-'Sechelt and Squamish Districts, and in order to protect the
roads all traffic other than the mails and light grocery delivery-rigs should be completely barred
from off these roads during the thaw. Notices should be given in the fall of the year, so that
the travelling public may be prepared. The damage done to roads during thaws by heavy
motors or wagons i's immense, much more so in the districts mentioned owing to many of the
roads being on clay bottom.."
Richmond District,—The most important work undertaken in this district during the year
consisted of the paving of Tenth Avenue from Blanca Street to the University grounds, together
with such other street-work considered necessary to the development of one unit of the new
residential district at University Hill.
For the purpose of developing this unit as a residential area all public utilities were
provided—i.e., sewer and water connections, light and telephone, and gas.
Marine Drive: Two portions of this highway which were threatened by undermining, owing
to erosion of the cliffs from storm conditions, had to be reconstructed on new locations and
moved back some distance from the cliffs Both these new portions of Marine Drive improved
greatly the general alignment and grades.
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 Salmon River Bridge, near Ymir, 60-foot king-truss span.
Subway at east end of Fraser River Bridge, New Westminster, Delta District.
 15 Geo. 5 Report of Engineer, District No. 2. Q 15
Eburne Bridge: By reason of constant care and maintenance in the way of repairs these
bridges came through the ice-flow of last winter fairly well, but the proposed new bridges
are urgently required to take care of the situation.
Ladner-Woodward Ferry: This ferry has lost very little time due to ice conditions in the
river, but owing to the silting-up of the Ladner Channel considerable difficulty was experienced
in maintaining the schedule.
No time should be lost in considering the best method to be followed in providing transportation for the increasing traffic between Ladner and Woodward's. The present ferry service
cannot be increased without tremendous expenditure.
A possible solution of the whole matter lies in building a road across the river-flats to a
point opposite Woodward's where the channel is deep and where a more frequent ferry service
could be operated.
The possibility of bridging the channel is not out. of the question in years to come and
considerable thought should be given during the coming year to this problem.
Relief-work: During the distress of last winter about 325 men were provided with employment on clearing Government land at the University.
South Vancouver District.—'Paving: The following pavements were laid during the .year:
Fraser Street from Thirty-fourth Avenue to Marine Drive (Riverway), on the east side from
Thirty-fourth Avenue to Fifty-ninth Avenue, 7-inch concrete pavement 12 feet wide, with integral
curb, and on west side from Fifty-ninth Avenue to Marine Drive (Riverway), 7-inch concrete
pavement 18 feet wide, with integral curb. The former stretch is approximately iy2 miles long
and the latter % mile long.
Yale District.—In the portion of Yale District (No. 3) placed under our supervision the new
construction-work carried out is as follows:—
Fraser Canyon Highway: From the Hope Bridge east to the Canadian Pacific Railway, a
distance of 0.4 mile, cleared 66 feet wide and the road-bed (graded) 20 feet wide. This included
heavy rock-work and eliminated an extremely dangerous curve and heavy grade. The new road
has a maximum grade of 3 per cent.
Hope-Rosedale Road:    One mile constructed and gravelled from Cheam View north.
Morris Valley Road: A length of 1.77 miles of road was constructed, width 12 feet, cleared
30 feet wide.
Harrison Mills to Agassiz: Considerable surveying was necessary to locate a road between
these points over the mountain. Six-tenths of a mile of road were constructed. Heavy side-hill
rock-work was encountered from the Agassiz Dam to the summit of the Canadian Pacific Raihyay
tunnel.    A 10-per-cent. grade had to be used to get over the summit.
Relief-work, Hope-Rosedale Road: Extensive revision was carried out on the location for
the new highway and relief-work was carried on for three months, from January 1st to
March 31st. Four camps were built to accommodate 100 men in each camp and were located
at Popkum, Cheam View, Laidlaw, and Silver Creek, and 300 to 400 men were employed during
the relief-work period.
Most of the men were adaptable to this kind of work and very good results were obtained,
although bad weather, which somewhat retarded progress, was experienced for the first six
weeks.
The greater part of the work consisted of heavy clearing and stumping. Other sections of
the road were drained and some grading was done.
The following is a summary of work done: Clearing, 9.8 miles, 60.35 acres; grubbing, 3.6
miles, 11.5 acres; ditching, 1.25 miles, 1,181 cubic yards; grading, 1.2 miles. Material moved:
Earth, 3,542 cubic yards; loose rock, 447 cubic yards ; solid rock, 705 cubic yards. Several timber
culverts were built.
Hope-Yale Section, Relief-work: Clearing, 0.6 mile, 5.3 acres; grubbing, 2.4 acres; grading,
130 cubic yards solid rock; 1,800 lineal feet of timber cut and hauled.to bridge-sites.
Bridges: The Hope Bridge (combined railway and highway) was refloored with 4- by 6-inch
timber placed on edge and flush-coated with Tarvia " B." The north approach of bridge was
raised and reconstructed to eliminate a dangerous grade.
General repairs were carried out to many bridges in this district.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
E. H. Veknee,
District Engineer.
 Q 16 Public Works Report  (1924-25).
REPORT OF ENGINEER, DISTRICT No. 3.
District Engineer's Office,
Kamloops, B.C., August Uth, 1925.
P. Philip, Esq.,
Deputy Minister and Public Works Engineer,
Victoria, B.C.
Sib,—I beg to submit annual report for District No. 3 for the fiscal year 1924-25.
Roads.—Maintenance-work was carried out on all roads in the district. The sudden thaw
in the spring caused some slight damage and made the expenditure on this work higher than
usual.
During the season considerable work was done in widening and gravelling main roads and
in diversions for the improvement of same. Work of this nature was done on the Kamloops-
Salmon Arm Road, Kamloops-Merritt Road, North Thompson East Side and North Thompson
West Side Roads.
The increased use of road machinery is of great benefit in large districts. The cost of
doing road-work with machinery is slightly lower, but the greatest benefit is in the saving of
time.
In maintenance-work on main roads the use of two tractors and two graders has been found
to work very well, one trip over the road doing the necessary spring maintenance-work.
Settlers' roads received considerable attention, and this has become more necessary
as it is found that local tourists are travelling much more on side-roads than formerly. Roads
such as Fish Lake Road and Paul Lake Road, out of Kamloops, have as heavy motor traffic in
the summer season as the main roads.
Timber culverts have been renewed or replaced with pipe, as it has been found that timber
culverts are not suitable to stand heavy motor traffic. When the motor traffic warrants it, it
has been found more economical, although the first cost is greater, to replace timber culverts
with metal pipe.
Trails.—The mileage of trails is small, but work was done on most of them, particularly
those to mining properties.
Bridges.—The chief bridge-work done was the completion of the Kamloops West Bridge, a
steel and concrete structure, with paved deck, and the Middlesboro Bridge in Merritt, a composite Howe truss on concrete abutments. Considerable renewal work was done on small timber
bridges, the life of which is short.    A bridge-repair crew was kept going all summer.
Ferries.—All ferries were maintained in good shape, and owing to the increased tie and
pole industry on the North Thompson River several of the ferries were taxed to handle the
traffic.
General.—The chief road problems in this district are keeping the roads open in the winter
during the period of heavy snowfall, especially on the summits between Kamloops and Merritt
and Kamloops and Vernon. Some work was done last winter with tractor and snow-plough,
but the expenditure was too great to continue the work after every snowfall.
The other problem is the wearing of road surfaces in the long dry summer. The binding
material gets dried out and ground into powder and is either sucked out by tires of motor-
vehicles or blown away, leaving only the rock or gravel, which makes rough travelling and
forms chuck-holes. Even on well-gravelled roads summer maintenance is necessary, but not
very satisfactory, and the only solution is a binder such as tar or oil, which will remain in
place during all seasons.    Labour conditions were good and labour plentiful and competent.
Helpful co-operation was received from the Department in Victoria and from all inspecting
officials, also from other departments of the Government and from Federal officials.
Local officials of the Department carried out their duties in a satisfactory manner with the
purpose of giving as satisfactory a service to the public as finances will permit.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
R. M. Tayloe,
District Engineer.
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REPORT OF ENGINEER, DISTRICT No. 4.
District  Engineer's   Office,
Penticton, B.C., September 4th, 1925.
P. Philip, Esq.,
Deputy Minister and Public Works Engineer,
Victoria, B.C.
Sir.—I beg to submit herewith annual report of work undertaken in the above district
during the .fiscal year 1924-25.
Roads (Maintenance, Repairs, and Improvements).—The traffic in this district is increasing
very rapidly every year. This especially applies to North and South Okanagan and Similkameen
Districts, and the increase in the number of large trucks has aggravated the situation to the
extent that it is almost impossible to maintain gravelled roads to take care of this class of traffic.
Approximately 2,000 freight-car loads of frui*- and produce were moved over roads in the vicinity
of Kelowna alone, and this traffic occurs in the dry season when it is impossible to carry out
any highway repairs to relieve the situation. I find that gross loads from 8 to 12 tons are
quite common and this does not appear to be the limit. I would earnestly suggest as a permanent
remedy that no licences be issued for trucks of over 3% tons in districts where we have only
gravel and earth roads.
District Generally.—Considerable improvements and diversions have been made on the
main roads throughout the district, including the widening and gravelling of the Kelowna-Vernon
Road and extending the Kelowna—Naramata Road.
Several important highway revisions were made in the vicinity of Penticton, eliminating an
old 1,700-foot trestle bridge and swing-span and replacing same with a fill and two short trestle
bridges, thereby effecting a saving over the original scheme of some $35,000.
Extensive improvements have also been carried out on the main road in Grand Forks-
Greenwood District at the crossings of Rock Creek.
In addition to ordinary maintenance-work, about 50 miles of road have been gravelled and
approximately 8 miles of settlers' roads constructed. Through the City of Armstrong 1,800 feet
of concrete highway 18 feet wide was constructed, the Department contributing half the cost
of same.
Generally speaking, very good results have been obtained considering the small appropriation, which, as I have pointed out before, has not been increased during the last seven years,
while the traffic has more than trebled during that period. It is only by the use of machinery,
of which we will require more and more as time goes on, that we have been able to give
reasonable satisfaction to the public. As in the past years, we have been put to considerable
expense by damage caused through irrigation-ditches, from which I can see no future relief.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
W. K. Gwyer,
District Engineer.
REPORT OF ENGINEER, DISTRICT No. 5.
District Engineer's Office,
Court-house, Nelson, B.C., June 10th, 1925.
P. Philip, Esq.,
Deputy Minister and Public Works Engineer,
Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I beg to submit the following descriptive report dealing with the work carried out in
Engineering District No. 5 during the fiscal year 1924-25:—
Nelson Electoral District.—Usual maintenance-work was looked after on 4.84 miles of streets
and roads and on approximately 2 miles of plank walks, while a stretch of 435 lineal feet of new
4-foot sidewalk was laid on Gore Street.
An extension of Mountain Road for a distance of 2,200 lineal feet constituted the only
construction-work undertaken in the'Nelson District.
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Trail Electoral District.—The heaviest travelled road in the Trail District is that between
Nelson and Trail (48 miles) and a much-needed and greatly appreciated improvement was the
construction of 2 miles of a diversion at Genelle. The old road, which followed a winding
course between the pole-lines of the West Kootenay Power and Light Company was narrow,
crooked, and had 14-per-cent. grades, whereas we now have at this point a road averaging 18
feet in width with a maximum grade of 5 per cent. A start was also made on the construction
of the Murphy-Sullivan diversion, which is a continuation of the Genelle work, and in this
connection it is interesting to note that between April, 1918, and March 31st, 1624, we have
rebuilt on a new location 12.5 miles of the trunk road leading from Nelson to Trail.
The Nelson-U.S. Boundary Road was improved and approximately 4 miles were gravelled,
while a contract was let to reconstruct the portion of old road between Ymir and Boulder, which
when completed will give a maximum grade of 6 per cent, from Nelson to the International
Boundary, a distance of 42 miles.
On the Nelson-Balfour Road we reconstructed 1.25 miles of road in the vicinity of Willow
Point, eliminating four dangerous curves, on each of which one or more auto accidents had
taken place in previous years.
Gravelling operations were carried on by truck-haul as far as funds would permit and
altogether about 9 miles of road were gravel-surfaced during the season.
Maintenance-work was undertaken on 270 miles of road and 16.5 miles of trail, while we
constructed and reconstructed 1.7 miles of road and built 0.7 mile of new trail out of our district
vote.
Under the Mines Department we constructed 4.4 miles of road to the Reno Mine and maintained and improved 10 miles of existing road, while they also assisted in the construction of
7.3 miles of trail and the improving of 11 miles of old trail.
Rossland Electoral District.—General repairs were carried out on 66.75 miles of road and
16 miles of trails, while the Rossland-Cascade Road was improved by putting in many additional
culverts, widening narrow spots, and gravelling the switchbacks near the Velvet Mine.
We also continued our policy of placing additional crushed rock on the Trail-Rossland Road
in the vicinity of Warfield.
Kaslo Electoral District.—As in former years, a large. percentage of our money for the
Kaslo District was spent between Kuskanook and Goatfell, in the Creston Valley.
Macadamizing of the main road was completed between Creston and Alice Siding. Our
total mileage of macadam roads between the latter point and Erickson is now approximately
7 miles.
Between Erickson and Goatfell, a distance of 20 miles, there are many bad spots on the
existing road and the most necessary work to be attended to is the Arrow Creek diversion, where
the old road simply follows the tote-road built during railway-construction days.
Work was done on 3 miles of new roads for settlers and assistance given on the construction
of 1.25 miles of road up Duck Creek.
In the area around Kaslo proper the most noticeable improvement was the completion of
the Florence Landing diversion, mostly through solid rock, the measured yardage amounting to
7,800 cubic yards.
This diversion eliminates a bad switchback with heavy grades on the old road and will
eventually form portion of the main road between Nelson and Kaslo.
Usual maintenance was undertaken on 230 miles of roads and 140 miles of trails, while
the Department of Mines assisted on 40 miles of trail-work.
Revelstoke Electoral District.—On the main roads in the Revelstoke District we concentrated
as much as possible on gravelling. About 24 miles of road were gravelled 8 feet wide and
averaging 4 inches deep. Construction of main roads was confined to the Big Bend Road,
where we slashed 5 miles of right-of-way and graded 1.04 miles.
.A notable feature in the Revelstoke District was the completion of a new road to the City
Power Plant, rendered necessary by the washing-out of the Illecillewaet River Bridge on the
old road.
Careful investigation showed that the bridge could not be rebuilt under $15,000, and to get
down to permanent foundation with the piers and abutments might have run the cost up to
$18,000, whereas the new road only cost approximately $6,000, thus proving the value of looking
carefully into matters before running into large expenditures of money.
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Lateral roads and trails requiring attention were repaired and brushed out, and in this
connection we received assistance from the Department of Mines to the extent of practically
$1,500.
River-bank protection work carried out on the Illecillewaet River consisted of widening and
deepening the channel opposite McKimion's crib and laying brush and rock mattress 130 feet
long and 20 feet wide.
Slocan Electoral District.—In the Slocan District we repaired 246 miles of roads, and
where requests were made for the cleaning-out of trails these received attention.
The Department of Mines authorized expenditures amounting to about $4,700, and of this
amount there was spent $2,158 running a survey for a proposed trail 18 miles long from, the
Edgewood-Vernon Road at Inonoaklin Crossing to Lightning Peak. An excellent location was
obtained, with only a short stretch of 8 per cent, maximum grade, and the whole line extends
through a comparatively easy country for trail or road construction.
Trunk-road construction was confined to the construction by day-labour of 2 miles of the
Slocan City-iSilverton Road near 10-Mile and by contract 10.25 miles of the Edgewood-Vernon
Road between Inonoaklin Crossing and Kettle River.
A survey was made for a proposed road from Box Lake to Rosebery, a distance of 21 miles,
and an excellent location obtained. The final centre line was run in and about 3% miles of the
right-of-way were slashed during the winter and early spring as a relief measure.
Bridges.—The following new bridges were erected during 1924-25 :—
Nelson Electoral District:    One 55-foot stringer span over Cottonwood Creek.
Trail Electoral District: Two 30-foot stringer spans—one framed trestle 247 feet long and
one framed trestle 84 feet long.
Kaslo Electoral District:    Various stringer spans totalling 911 feet.
Revelstoke Electoral District:   Various stringer spans totalling 265 feet.
Slocan Electoral District: One 60-G5-foot king-truss span over North Fork of Carpenter
Creek; one 35-foot stringer span over Kuskanax Creek; one 35-foot stringer span and filled
approaches over Goat Creek.
In addition to the foregoing the following bridge-work was undertaken: 357 lineal feet of
bridge replaced by culvert and fill, 16 truss bridges examined and overhauled, 292 stringer and
trestle bridges repaired, and 13 stringer bridges reconstructed.
The new steel bridge erected over the Columbia River at Revelstoke was opened for traffic
in June, 1924, and is giving excellent service to the travelling public.
Ferries.—All ferries in the district continue to give efficient service, and a start was made
before the end of the fiscal year to construct approaches for a new ferry across the AVest Arm
of the Kootenay Lake between Harrop and Longbeach, about 14 miles from Nelson.
In conclusion, might I again respectfully urge the necessity of larger maintenance
appropriations.
With the opening-up, every year, of new links of main highways, the existing roads at
either end of these links are now being subjected to heavy auto traffic, and at many points timber
operators are using heavy trucks to take out timber that was only rendered accessible through
the construction of our highways.
Again have I to e:xpress appreciation for the excellent support and co-operation of all
assistants during the year, while I also wish to thank the Department for consideration given
to all district matters.
Respectfully submitted.
W. Ramsay,
District Engineer.
 REPORT OF ENGINEER, DISTRICT No. 6.
District Engineer's Office,
Cranbrook, B.C., June 6th, 1925.
P. Philip, Esq.,
Deputy Minister and Public Works Engineer,
Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I beg to submit the following general report for Engineering District No. 6 for the
fiscal year ended March 31st, 1925:—
The major operations in road-construction were chiefly carried out on the Golden-Yoho Park
Highway and on the Trans-Provincial Highway. The former highway was commenced in the
previous fiscal year and is being built in sections by contract, about 6 miles having been completed to date. This is a costly and difficult road to build and its progress must of necessity
be slow. Great care is being taken with such construction features as crib foundations, rock
retaining-walls, guard-rails, drainage, grades, alignment, overhead railway crossings, etc., and
the finished product will be in keeping with progressive modern mountain highways.
The Trans-Provincial Highway crosses this engineering district with an east-west trend and
is gradually being brought up to modern standard. The portion between Goatfell and Cranbrook
has needed the greatest amount of reconstruction and in some places relocation for many miles,
and in this section there are yet 6 or 7 miles awaiting construction. Between Miles 29 and 32
west of Cranbrook 2 miles were constructed this fiscal year by day-labour at an average cost
of $5,S78 per mile, which is considered good value for the type of country traversed. East of
Cranbrook on the same highway 1 mile of reconstruction was carried out near Wardner.
In the vicinity of Crowsnest and also at what is known at Hairpin Turn, 7 miles west of
Fernie, advantage was taken of the relief to unemployment vote to obtain further improvements
to our main road. The work at Hairpin Turn is not quite finished, but when it is, a capital
"W" will be eliminated and a gradual 12° curve substituted therefor, with clear sight from
one end to the other.    A portion of this change is a trestle bridge with centre bent 50 feet high.
A large number of roads were constructed and reconstructed to accommodate farming
communities, mining interests, lumbering and other industrial interests, these being so
numerous that no particular ones can be singled out for comment here, but all are set forth
in derail on the accompanying forms.
The great growth of the town of Kimberley, due to the vast operations of the Sullivan Mine,
required special attention of this Department in the many matters coming under its jurisdiction
in an unincorporated town. Street-intersection signs known as " Silent Policemen" were
installed in Kimberley to good effect. A start was made by clearing the right-of-way on the
new diversion of the Cranbrook-Kimberley Road through Blarchmont, a new townsite adjoining
Kimberley.
The great question of road maintenance is one which I might say this whole engineering
district is strenuously struggling with. It is a struggle, not because of want of interest or
assistance from your office, which has always been given freely to us, but because insufficient
funds are ear-marked available for maintenance of roads. The fact that each year our mileage
of new construction is added to, coupled with the fact that our traffic over the existing roads is
tremendously increasing, and our district vote is remaining stationary, forms the chief difficulty
of the problem.
A welcome interest in our efforts was shown by the Cranbrook Board of Trade in putting
forth a proposal to give a prize or bonus to the sectionman having the best-kept section for the
season.
The following trails received attention: Lost Creek, Bugaboo, Jubilee Mountain, Moose
Creek, South Fork of Spillimacheen, and Whitefish. I might say that with limited funds no
general policy of keeping open the great mileage of trails in this Engineering district could be
attempted. Each specific request, however, was investigated with a view to rendering assistance
where conditions warranted it and the cost was within the limits of procurable funds.
In bridges, a very great improvement was made near Natal by choosing a new site for
Jlichel Mouth Bridge, which was partly destroyed by flood in the previous fiscal year, and
erecting a 120-foot Howe truss. This new site eliminated a narrow dangerous piece of road
in solid-rock side-hill and placed the bridge where it could be seen in approach a long distance
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Terrace Bridge over Little Canyon, Skeena River, showing 2.">0-foot steel span. In addition there
are one 103-foot, two 140-foot, and two 90-foot steel spans, and approximately 440 feet of timber
trestle approaches.    Total length of bridge, 1,320 feet.
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 15 Geo. 5 Report op Engineer, District No. 6. Q 21
off.. Other satisfactory bridge constructions in the Miehel-Crowsnest vicinity were Loop Bridge
and Eddy's Bridge, the former having a 120-foot Howe-truss span and the latter a 100-foot
Howe-truss span. All the above bridges were constructed on good concrete abutment piers
and were carried out entirely by day-labour with economical estimated costs.
Near Coal Creek, the great coal-mining town of Fernie, French Camp Bridge, with a 60-foot
king truss on concrete piers, was satisfactorily built by contract.
Another contract which gave excellent results was the erection of a 90-foot Howe truss on
pile piers over the Moyie River at Yahk. A noticeable feature here is the well-built-up riprapped
approach fills, cinder-topped. This work proved its value this spring (1925) when the Moyie
rose exceptionally high, and no trouble was experienced whatever in the vicinity of Yahk Bridge,
where in former years just the ordinary high water caused trouble and expense.
In river-bank protection the most important work of the year was that carried out at
Natal in a systematic scheme to confine Michel Creek to a mountain-bounded contour on the
west, and keep it away from the low ground of the town, the highway, and the railways on
the east. The work consisted of a series of span cribs at the upper end, spaced so as to deflect
the river towards the mountainous side; a long crib, rock-filled and well mattressed to keep
the river in bounds in passing the part of the town where it had the greater tendency to
spread eastward; and a long newly dredged channel (excavated by steam-shovel) to take care
of the run-off, directed as above.    The scheme had a test this spring and worked satisfactorily.
Some further work was done at West Fernie in the shape of wing-cribs and repairs to pile
wall. On St. Mary River something further was done in the way of assisting the river to take
the northerly channel about a mile up from its mouth, but owing to a desire to save funds too
much dependence has been placed on hoping that the river itself would do the excavation-work.
As happens nine times ont of ten, this expectation failed, and we have yet to carry out our
preconceived scheme of doing enough excavation of the northerly channel and effectively
damming the southerly channel to make this river take the course we want it to.
The Golden river-bank protection continued to act effectively, nothing having been spent on
it this fiscal year.
Some trouble was experienced at Toby Creek Dam in the vicinity of Athalmer, where an
exceptional drop in temperature in December caused the quick formation of anchor ice.
In ferries the most extensive work was done at Donald, where good pile landing approaches
were built. The ferries of the district are not of costly or elaborate type;. that is, none are
equipped with engines or have any paid crew, as none are operated on any of the main
highways or through roads. They are suitable, however, for the minor traffic served and are
kept in safe repair.
There is little to record regarding work done to Government buildings. A new cell building
was built adjacent to the police constable's quarters at Wardner and some general repairs were
made to the Fernie Court-house. Our own headquarters yards at Cranbrook were improved
by tearing down an old dilapidated building and replacing it with shed type to be uniform
with the other sheds that house our plant and tools, and the whole (including the fence) neatly
painted grey. A lean-to shed was added to the warehouse at Athalmer and ground was acquired
at Brisco and at Golden upon which to later erect housing for equipment.
Equipment.—The one-man tractor grader has proved to be very economical and satisfactory
in the maintenance of roads. The cost of shaping up a road with this grader may be taken at
about 50 cents per mile per cut. Our roads usually require three cuts, sometimes four. We
are thus reshaping our roads in the spring for $1.50 to $2 per mile. Nothing like this has
been accomplished with teams or with any other type of equipment that we have tried.
The portable rock-crushing plant is of a most suitable type for transportation in this
district, and works splendidly in. the quartzite rock-slides which occur along the Trans-
Provincial Highway west of Cranbrook, and where gravel-pits are very scarce. Owing to lack
of funds, however, we had to close down surfacing-work before we had a chance to get reliable
cost data and before we had put the top dressing on the base rock that was placed, thereby
causiug a good deal of criticism when traffic had to iron out the sharp angular base course.
The Cranbrook Garage continued to give good service and was conducted to give all Government departments the benefit of minimum charges, consistent with making the garage pay its
way as a self-contained unit: that is, no particular profit is sought, but no loss is allowed. This
is controlled by a monthly statement of profit and loss.
 The usual numbers of subdivision plans were submitted for approval and all road provisions
were carefully considered before approval was given. The most extensive of these were subdivisions adjacent to Kimberley.
Applications to construct works on public highways consisted of power-lines, electric-light
lines, telephone-lines, logging-railways, and gasolene-pumps, pipe-lines, weighing-scales, culverts
for irrigation purposes, and gates on little-used roads. Each and every one were considered as
to their possible effect upon the safety or convenience of the public and alterations requested
where necessary before permit was issued.
Considerable attention was given this year to the question of extraordinary traffic. A form
was devised covering the particular information that this office wants, such as the length of
time applicant intends to operate, the roads he intends using, the weight of loads, the number
of trips a day, and so on. Further, the applicant was asked what he proposed to do in the matter
of assisting the Government to keep the road thus subjected to extraordinary traffic in a
reasonable state of repair and restore same on cessation of his traffic. By presenting these
forms to all whom we found using the roads in this way, we soon created a much better
understanding with the operators and obtained considerable co-operation from them.
The policy of not building any more wooden sidewalks wTas adhered to, and very good rolled
cinder sidewalks were laid in Wardner and to the cemetery at Cranbrook.
The following roads were gazetted: West Side Road, Williamson Road, Wills Road, Meadow-
brook Settlement Road, and Moyie Lake diversion of the Inter-Provincial Highway.
During the fiscal year a change iu the " Constitution Act" necessitated some changes in the
administrative boundaries as well as in the filing system.
Forest fires occurred in the mountains near Sheep Creek and between Finlay and Dutch
Creeks.
No change was made in the scale of wages and labour conditions remained about normal
in Cranbrook and Columbia Districts, but in Fernie, owing to a prolonged strike amongst the
coal-miners and rather extensive losses due to the Home Bank failure, many w;ere destitute
and Government relief-work.was inaugurated for them. As mentioned before, this was carried
out in the Trans-Provincial Highway on much-needed improvements.
As to the vagaries of the weather, the following might be recorded: Warm weather and
high water came about- a month earlier than usual; that is, there was a big run-off about the
middle of May, 1924. No special damage was done, but we were forced to rush matters somewhat at the Natal river-bank protection-work and hold in safe condition what had already
been done until the rush-water subsided. This added materially to the cost, but was
unavoidable.
A further p,henomenon occurred in the winter, the Cranbrook paper of December 20th, 1924,
stating as follows: " An Indian from Wardner reports that his tepee was blown down during
the gale last Sunday night during his absence and that he can find no trace of his wife and
child or the tent. Veteran railroad-men state they have never experienced such a sudden change
in the weather, which made railroading particularly trying. At Crowsnest the temperature
dropped over 70° within a few hours. This drop from 50° above to 20° below was accompanied
by an extremely high wind.    Three engines were required to pull one. train through the pass."
This wind blew many trees down on our roads. A peculiar result of the drop in temperature
was the killing of many pine-trees which apparently had the sap started in the warm days and
suddenly became frozen. Another result of the drop in temperature was the formation of anchor
ice in many of the streams and the endangering of some of our bridges and protectioi>work.
Trouble at Toby Creek Dam was mentioned previously, and the bridges over the Spillimacheen
River and Bugaboo Creek were severally wracked, the former so much so that it is now being
rebuilt, but, as a matter of fact, it is no economic loss, as its life was done in any event.
In changes in our staff, G. C. Tassie, Assistant District Engineer at Golden, was transferred
to Vernon, and H. W. Stevens, who had been Resident Engineer in the Golden-Yoho Park Road
construction, succeeded him. Miss Drummond, District Engineer's clerk, was transferred to
Vancouver and was succeeded by J. E. Warren.
It is a pleasure to record the loyal and energetic support of all those working with me, each
one having put forth his or her individual effort " to trim the ship."
We wish to convey to you and your staff appreciation of your ever kindly assistance.
Respectfully submitted. _
J. C. Brady,
District Engineer.
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REPORT OF ENGINEER, DISTRICT No. 7.
District Engineer's Office,
Prince Rupert, B.C., May 15th, 1925.
P. Philip, Esq.,
Deputy Minister and Public Works Engineer,
Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I have the honour to submit my report for the fiscal year 19243-25, covering the irtlin,
Prince Rupert, and Omineca Electoral Districts.
Roads.—The roads in the three districts were maintained during the year and no difficulties
were experienced, except in the Hazelton District, during the fall, when heavy rains and heavy
traffic caused considerable damage to the roads. This damage was mostly repaired before
freeze-up. Gravelling was undertaken on several of the main roads, particularly in the Omineca
District.
In the Atlin District the chief construction was the extension of the Indian Mines Wagon-
road, the Dunwell Mines Wagon-road, and Salmon River Road extension to the Premier Mine.
Under an arrangement with the Department the work was done by the Premier Mining Company
on the Salmon River Road extension. Further work was also done on the Telegraph Creek-
Dease Lake Road.
In the Prince Rupert Electoral District usual maintenance and repairs were carried out.
Weather conditions were favourable and road maintenance expenditure was light. The following
new construction was done and charged to " Highway Loan " : Grubbing on the Port Clements-
Tlell Road with steam-donkey for a distance of 7 miles; 5 miles of new construction on the
Kallum Lake Main Road; 5 miles of clearing on the Kaien Island Highway from Prince Rupert
Townsite to Galloway Rapids.
Owing to the flood damage in the Bella Coola Valley maintenance was very heavy. The
main road from Bella Coola Townsite to the existing wharf was washed out and it was found
necessary to commence construction of a new road from the Cannery Wharf to the 4-Mile Bridge.
The contract for this work was let to Robertson Bros, and is at present proceeding.
In the Omineca District maintenance and repairs were undertaken. New construction was
carried out on the Colley Mountain Road, McDonald Landing Road, and Francois-Ootsa Lake
Road. On the Burns Lake-Endako Road 10 miles of new construction were carried out through
very heavy material, particularly on the west end. This work on the west end was done by
steam-shovel. Eighteen miles still remain to be constructed to connect this link of the Fort
George-Hazelton Highway.
Trails were maintained in all districts and several new trails were built in Atlin District.
Bridges.—In Omineca and Atlin very little damage was caused by highway water, but
serious damage was done in the Bella Coola Valley in the month of September on account of
extraordinary rainfall causing floods in the Bella Coola and Necleetsconnay Rivers. The
Necleetseonnay trestle was washed out for a distance of 110 feet and has now been replaced with
a suspension bridge. The centre pier of the Clayton Bridge was seriously damaged by high water.
The Hagensborg Bridge was completely washed, out. Damage was also done to the Canoe
Crossing Bridge. Repairs have now been carried out on all of the bridges except the Hagensborg
Bridge.
Terrace Bridge wras successfully completed. This bridge consists of one 250-foot steel
through span, one ICO'-foot steel deck span, two 140-foot steel deck spans, and two 90-foot steel
deck spans, built on concrete piers.    The approaches are timber trestles.
A new bridge of 1,030-foot trestle and one 50-foot span was constructed at Delkatla Slough,
Queen Charlotte Islands, at a cost of, roughly, $9 per foot. This bridge replaces an old trestle
which was in very bad repair.
In the Omineca District repairs were carried out on the Haguelgate Suspension Bridge.
Caps on the towers were replaced and new posts were put in. Some repairs were also carried
out on the Skeena Suspension Bridge and running-boards were put on the Hazelton Bridge across
the Bulkley River. Three new bridges were built across the Endako River—two at Endako and
one at Savory. Work was started on the Telkwa River Bridge, which will consist of two
concrete piers; one concrete abutment; two 100-foot Howe-truss spans with trestle approach on
the north end.    This work has been seriously held up on account of weather conditions.
 Q 24 Public Works Report  (1924-25).
Ferries.—Ferries were all maintained during the year, and on account of the construction
of the Terrace Bridge the Terrace Ferry can now be removed and will probably be placed at
Remo. A new ferry-landing designed by General Foreman Anderson and installed at Usk was
found to be very successful and it is proposed to put in more of these landings.
Wharves.—Maintenance-work was carried out on Prince Rupert and Bella Coola Wharves,
although Bella Coola Wharf has now got to a state where maintenance-work is practically
useless. Tbe ramp and bridge approach to the Prince Rupert Wharf, owing to being in an
unsafe condition, have now been removed and an approach road is being constructed to the
wharf. This work is now practically completed and is open for traffic. Further work will be
necessary on the Prince Rupert Wharf, as the life of same is practically completed.
River-protection.—Assistance was given to the settlers in Bella Coola A'alley to carry out
river-protection work at Hagensborg.
Organisation.—The Whole organization worked in a satisfactory manner, but it is with
regret I have to report that Assistant District Engineer T. T. Dunlop, in carrying out his duties
in examination of the Smithers Bridge across the Bulkley River, slipped off one of the piers
and was drowned.    This accident occurred on May 15th, 1924.
Labour.—'Labour conditions were satisfactory. Wages were the same as last year and
very little difficulty wras experienced in getting men at all seasons of the year. Materials were
easy to get and prices appear to be reaching normal.
General.—On the whole the work has been carried out in as economical and efficient manner
as possible. Every assistance was received from the Department in Victoria and all permanent
forces of the Department in this district carried out their duties in a most satisfactory manner.
On January 1st, 1925, a change was made in this district, District Engineer R. M. Taylor
was transferred to Kamloops and the undersigned was transferred from Cariboo to this district.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
G. C. Mackay,
District Engineer.
REPORT OF ENGINEER, DISTRICT No. S.
District  Engineer's  Office,
Prince George, B.C., June 30th, 1925.
P. Philip, Esq.,
Deputy Minister and Public Works Engineer,
Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I have the honour to submit my annual report for the fiscal year ended March 31st,
1925.
This season, one of the earliest known in the Central Interior, marked an early start on
our programme, the end of April seeing the majority of main roads in very fair condition.
An effort was made at the outset to further improve our main system, and this work was
carried on with good results as far as funds would permit.
Main Roads.—The main Cariboo Road (south from Prince George) wTas given much attention, principally widening side-hills in heavy cutting to standard width and filling low points
preparatory to surfacing, which was laid in short stretches during the winter months.
The Fort George-Hazelton Road between Prince George and Endako was similarly treated,
a number of narrow hills having been improved and the original location revised in several
sections. Much more of this work is necessary, involving short diversions in order to eliminate
bad grades and poor alignment.
Between Vanderhoof and Fort St. James several essential improvements were made,
especially on the central portion preparatory work being carried out, so that another season
will make the whole road in the graded class.
Another much-desired main road between Prince George and Giscome was pushed ahead,
but the heavy work near Willow River again engaged most attention, leaving the last 5 miles
for another season.
The main road between McBride and Dunster .was improved as far as possible in the vicinity
of Baker Creek, but much remains to be done before these two communities are linked together.
   15 Geo. 5 Report of Engineer, District No. 9. Q 25
North of Prince George the .Summit Lake Road was much improved at Salmon River Hill,
where the original 16-per-cent. grade was reduced in part to 7 per cent., the top end being left
for another season. Widening and grading was carried out in the vicinity of Summit Lake.
Apart from the above works, the main roads were well maintained by patrol grader and drags
throughout the summer.
Lateral Roads.—A large number of side-roads were constructed or improved at the many
small centres along the Grand Trunk Railway.
Peace River District.—Main Roads: The main road from Pouce Coupe to Grande Prairie
was regraded and short revisions constructed to improve grade and alignment.
Lateral Roads: New road allowances were "opened up and graded where required on Pouce
Coupe Prairie.    Improvements were also made in the Fort St. John and Hudson Hope Districts.
Bridge-work.—The only large structure erected during the year was at McBride across
the Fraser River, this work being essential to open up the main road eastwards, as well as
develop the lands on the north side of the river. This bridge is made up of two 100-foot and
one 130-foot Howe-truss spans on pile piers, with pile-trestle approaches, local timber being used
throughout with the exception of chord-leaves. The work was carried out very efficiently by
day-labour, the cost being kept well within the estimates.
A number of smaller bridges were constructed in the district, principally over the Stellako
River near Endako, where a 00-foot king-truss span with pile approaches was erected. Repairs
were also made to small stringer bridges at various points throughout the district.
Ferries.—The number of ferries in the district is being annually reduced, and the work
this year consisted purely of maintenance, with the exception of Isle Pierre, where the old scow
ferry was replaced with one of the pontoon type.
General.—The work was carried out by a plentiful supply of day-labour and, judging from
results, efficient, conscientious work was obtained. This improvement is being noticed more
and more each spring, the usual expensive spring work being less in evidence.
A change was made in the outside staff by a transfer of the General Foreman from Pouce
Coupe to Prince George, and vice versa.
Taking everything all round, the work progressed very satisfactorily, with a desire for
efficiency by those concerned.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
A. Dixon,
District Engineer.
REPORT OF ENGINEER, DISTRICT No. 9.
District Engineer's  Office,
150-Mile House, B.C., June 30th, 1025.
P. Philip, Esq.,
Deputy Minister and Public Works Engineer,
Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I have the honor to submit my report for the fiscal year 1924-25.
Roads repaired and maintained, 1,840 miles; trails repaired and maintained, 65 miles; new
roads constructed, 63 miles; bridges repaired extensively, 72; bridges reconstructed, 31, totalling
765 feet; new bridges built, 18, totalling 935 feet.
Ten ferries were maintained and operated. A new 10-ton standard ferry was built for
service at Quesnel.
The most important bridge-work was the repairs to the Chilcotin Suspension Bridge. The
2%-inch main cables on the 320-foot suspension span were shortened to give camber and rigidity
to the deck. A new deck and hand-rail truss were put on, also guy-cables, all without closing
the bridge to traffic. This bridge, which has been undergoing a series of extensive repairs
during the past four years, is now in first-class condition.
The unfinished link on the Quesnel-Prince George Road was practically completed, permitting this road to be open for traffic. There is still considerable work to be done on this
highway at the Cottonwood Hills and near Canyon Creek. The gravel surfacing of the road is
also necessary.
 Q 26 Public Works Report  (1924-25).
An additional 3 miles of the " Hanceville Timber " diversion on the Chilcotin Main Road
wTere completed, leaving approximately 2% miles to finish this piece of work. Twelve miles
of that important railway feeder from Bridge Lake to Lone Butte Station, P.G.E., were built;
a further 12 miles and this road will connect the Bridge Lake Settlement with the road system.
A new road from the west end of Horse Lake, direct to Lone Butte, 2% miles in length, was
built. With the exception of gravelling, the western section of Horsefly Lake Road, 4% miles
in length, was completed.
The installation of a dredge at Antler Creek and the hauling of heavy machinery from the
railway at Quesnel to the dredging-ground made it necessary to do extensive repairs to the
roads and bridges between these points.
On January 1st District Engineer G. C. Mackay was transferred to District No. 7 and the
undersigned appointed to this district.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
E. S. Jones,
District Engineer.
REPORT OF SUPERVISING ARCHITECT.
Dep.vrtment of Public Works,
Victoria, B.C., September 23rd, 1925.
P. Philip, Esq.,
Deputy Minister and Public Works Engineer,
Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I have great pleasure in submitting herewith the annual report of the Architectural
Branch for the year ended March 31st, 1925.
Capital Expenoiture.
Essondale.—The new power-house at Essondale was commenced and practically completed
along with the steam-distribution mains connecting the building with the different units. The
building is designed to accommodate two extra boilers, which will be sufficient for the ultimate
development of the institution and also supply steam to the Boys' Industrial School at Coquitlam.
I have every reason to believe that for design and equipment this building will be second to none
in Western Canada.
John Peck, Chief Inspector of Boilers and Machinery, has been responsible for the design
of the boiler units, mechanical equipment, and steam mains, the Architectural Branch erecting
the buildings and ducts.
The new Acute Building at Essondale was completed and occupied, the construction having
occupied over two years. The Province now possesses two of the best units on the American
Continent for treatment of mental cases, about which much favourable comment has been made.
Two residences for medical officers were commenced during the year and the Medical
Superintendent's House was completed.
Much credit is due the institution, in that these buildings have been erected by patient-
labour with the assistance of the institution's staff under our direction.
University of B.C.—The erection of the various permanent and temporary buildings at the
University has been continued and rapid progress has been made, particularly on the temporary
buildings.
It is a pleasure to bring to your attention the excellent class of workmanship that has been
done by the contractors on both the permanent and temporary buildings, and the good feeling
and co-operation that have e.xisted between the contractors, their sub-contractors and myself,
and the architects for the permanent buildings, Sharp & Thompson. I am convinced that when
the buildings are completed they will reflect credit to the Government. The University authorises will be more than satisfied with what has been accomplished for them.
Designs have been made for equipment, and details of furnishings have been prepared in
co-operation with the Purchasing Agent, the University authorities, and myself.
Under the direction of Walter Leek, Consulting Mechanical Engineer, and James Muirhead,
Inspector of Electrical Energy, designs are being prepared for steam, gas, water and electrical
distribution systems to supply the various buildings.
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This branch, designed and contracts -were awarded for the Forest Products Laboratory,
another temporary building, and good progress has been made in its erection.
Deaf, Dumb, and Blind School.—An auditorium and gymnasium were erected at this institution from funds bequeathed to it by the late James Braid and a much-needed want has been
supplied to this institution. Various repairs, alterations, and the usual maintenance have been
carried out to the main building.
Hospital for Incurables, Marpole.—Plans prepared last year for the necessary improvements
and alterations have been carried out and a complete transformation of the building has been
effected.
Boys' Industrial School.—An auditorium and school-room were erected at this institution,
the work being executed by the boys themselves under the direction of their instructors and
under our supervision. An excellent building has been erected and great credit is due to the
boys and their instructor. The educational feature has been of great value to some of the
boys who will benefit when they leave the institution.
Other improvements have been made to the grounds In constructing curbs around the
grounds, additional planting, etc. The balance of the cottages, etc., have been redecorated
internally.
Plans have been prepared for a swimming-pool and gymnasium as an extension to the
auditorium and school-room.
Tranquille.—The new buildings at Tranquille were completed during this year and improvements undertaken on the various buildings and grounds and the farm.
Smithers Court-house.—Plans were prepared for the Court-house at Smithers and contract'
awarded.
Look-ups.—A new lock-up at Oliver was erected on the new standard plans. Improvements
and renovations were made to existing buildings.
Schools.—Plans for a new twelve-room frame school at Michel were prepared, but the
building was not undertaken. The following smaller schools were erected during the year:
Four rooms, 1; two rooms, 2; one room, 3; two-room' addition, 2; one-room addition, 3.
At the request of the Education Department numerous plans and specifications of otur
standard school plans were provided various School Boards. Where the Education Department
has given grants to non-Provincial undertakings the architect's plans have been examined and
approved.
Hospitals.—The Branch has examined various hospital plans in connection with which
the Provincial Secretary has made grants. Assistance has been rendered to various Boards
and architects in the preparation of the plans.
Valuation,—At the request of the Department of Finance, the Branch has made an inventory
of furniture and valuation of property throughout the Province. This took up considerable time
and travelling to accomplish in the time at our disposal.
I wish to express my appreciation of the assistance given me by the District Engineers of
the Public Works Department, who supplied the information in places where it was not convenient for my staff to visit.
War Memorial, Parliament Buildings.—The Branch prepared the plans for the pedestal of
the new War Memorial to be erected in the Parliament Building grounds, supervised the cutting
of the stone, and supplied the foundation for the same.
Game Farm, Elk Lake.—iA. cottage for the Game Warden at Elk Lake Game Farm wias
started and a barn building erected by our own carpenters.
Repairs and M.untenance.
Parliament Buildings.—The usual maintenance and repairs to the buildings have been
efficiently carried out by our staff, and the .grounds improved, particularly around the southern
part of the grounds, under the direction of the Head Gardener.
Alterations were made in the Printing Department to give better accommodation and enable
the work of that Department to be more economically carried out.
Government House.—The old vinery was taken down and partially erected of reinforced
concrete, so that the wooden part can easily be repaired without effecting the structure in
any way.
Repairs and improvements were made to the Lieutenant-Governor's residence.
 Q 28 Public Works Report  (1924-25).
Normal Schools, Victoria and Vancouver.—The general maintenance of these buildings has
been carried out. A new retaining-wall and boundary fence were erected on the east boundary
of the Vancouver site.
Mental Hospitals, Essondale, Neio Westminster, and Saanich.—The maintenance and repairs
of these institutions have been carried out by the institution staff under our direction. At New
Westminster in particular some of the old wards were remodelled and placed in first-class
condition.
Girls' Industrial 'School.—General maintenance of the buildings was carried out.
Court-house.—The general maintenance of the various agencies was carried out during
the year, at Vancouver and Nelson in particular. Various improvements and alterations were
made to more effectively house the staffs of various departments.
Old Men's Home, Kamloops.—In addition to the usual maintenance and repairs, the old
cattle-barn was reconstructed on more modern lines.
Prisons, Nelson, Oakalla, and Kamloops.—The usual maintenance of the buildings was
carried out by prison help. Great improvements to the grounds were made at Oakalla by the
same labour, and improvements in the kitchen and laundry were carried out and a complete
new laundry equipment installed. The old wooden gaol was placed on concrete foundations to
prevent it from ultimate destruction by dry-rot.
In conclusion, I wish to express my appreciation of the assistance given me by the members
of my staff and the various technical officers who have been associated with me, more particularly
on the University and Essondale buildings, for their whole-hearted support and assistance and
ready co-operation in these and other works in the largest building programme in the history of
the Branch.
I also wish to mention the various tradesmen employed on the Parliament Buildings and the
various institution staffs for their excellent work on the various maintenance and constructional
work carried out during the year.
Attached hereto are photos of several of the more important works executed during the year.
Thanking you for the kindly consideration and co-operation given this Branch in carrying
out the year's programme.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
Henry Whittaker,
Supervising Architect.
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 Q 44 Public Works Report  (1924-25).
STATEMENT  OF  EXPENDITURE.
Salaries and Expenses.
Vote 244—Minister's Office.
Salaries  ? 9,300 CO
Expenses:
Office     1,004 03
Travelling   1,618 02
$ 11,922 05
Vote 245—Administration.
Salaries  ? 48,415 38
Expenses:
Office     6,869 78
Travelling  5,602 85
$ 60,S88 01
Vote 246—Maintenance of Parliament Buildings and Grounds.
Salaries  ? 53,432 58
Expenses:
Fuel, light, and water  26,367 78
Maintenance and repairs  -  15,994 06
Grounds   7,658 59
Janitors' supplies   2,027 74
Telephones   794 37
Taxes   391 65
Garage   2,853 84
Miscellaneous   95 14
$109,615 75
Vote 247—Maintenance of Government House and Grounds.
Salaries  $ 3,600 00
Expenses:
Fuel, light, and water   5,012 75
Repairs     8,734 39
Grounds  12,560 55
Greenhouse   3,266 80
Rent, Secretary's residence   750 00
Taxes   149 83
Insurance  686 90
Miscellaneous   833 89
$ 35,595 11
Vote 248—District Engineers.
Salaries  ¥ 35,480 65
Expenses:
Office  6,663 33
Travelling   14,262 70
$ 56,406 68
 15 Geo. 5
STATEMENT   OF   EXPENDITURE.
Q 45
Vote 249—Steam-boiler Inspection.
Salaries ? 41,829 60
Expenses: . • ■ -.
Office.  2,004 47
Travelling   6,350 37
Launch  5,747 00
Testing instruments  224 86
$ 56,156 30
Vote 250—Electrical Energy Inspection.
Salaries  $ .6,090 00
Expenses:
Office  569 18
Travelling   921 04
$    7,580 22
Roads, Trails, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves, etc.
(Vote 251.)
Roads, Trails, and Streets.
Alberni District.
Road—
Alberni, 4a (primary)  	
Port Alberni, 5a (primary) ..
Alberni, 5b (secondary) 	
Alberni, 39b (secondary) 	
Creamery (secondary)	
Boorman   	
Beaver Creek	
Bainbridge 	
Belleview 	
Biological 	
Central Lake	
Cherry Creek 	
Coombs 	
Church  	
Canadian Highway 	
Clayoquot Wharf Approach
Departure Bay 	
Dumont   	
Deep Bay 	
Errington Cross	
Faber   	
Fern   	
Grafton Avenue 	
Hillier 	
Halpenny 	
Holberg-Cape Scott 	
Island Highway 	
Kitsukus Creek	
Kaye 	
Jenkins 	
Jensen   	
Lake Shore 	
Lagoon  	
Lot 1, D.L. 74 	
1
11
130 19
423 48
102 01
37 50
164 75
125 00
562 45
11 75
106 75
72 80
185 88
275 25
287 68
324 00
,351 41
22 35
121 20
168 80
211 25
190 00
235 75
7 00
541 43
412 50
6 05
,235 93
.920 02
55 35
149 00
568 25
139 00
263 50
647 00
3 50
Minor Road—
Best 	
Cowley  	
Drinkwater .
Bland   	
Grandview ....
Hector   	
Milltown   	
McCoy Lake
China Creek
Compton 	
McKenzie 	
Withers	
Matterson   ....
Dunn's	
Price 	
Swayne 	
School-house
Taylor River
Station  	
Virginia  	
Palmer  	
Kerr's 	
Batty	
Greenard   	
Auld   	
Oliver  	
Robson  	
Brickyard   ....
Malpass  	
Godfrey   	
Harlech   	
Chester 	
Maggie Lake
Kitsukus   	
69 99
168 00
102 50
13 60
25 50
67 26
44 13
111 69
106 78
22 00
147 88
28 25
17 25
28 50
99 25
48 50
46 75
74 00
281 50
8 50
286 76
31 25
20 50
123 38
47 90
210 69
13 80
78 90
3 00
22 50
115 50
106 00
207 25
31 20
 Q 46
Public Works Report  (1924-25).
Albert! i District—Continued.
Minor Road—Continued.
Woodward  $ 64 00
Lowery   134 50
Wright    55 00
Bym's    105 00
Bath's   24 50
Stanhope    36 50
Moilliet   44 50
Ward  80 75
Toflno-Lcluelet  211 50
Port Alberni   66 06
Stamp Falls  4 50
Beggs     27 40
Gillifillen    20 40
Sea Otter Cove  176 19
Young   37 50
Limestone :  24 25
Leffler    539 50
Claudet   11 50
Morrell   23 00
North-west Bay   109 00
Stewart :  3 50
Kaye  168 50
Dawson  68 00
Sebastion   108 25
River Road   17 00
Glanville     23 00
Wrotnowski   29 75
Church    12 50
Long Beach   95 00
Halpenny   36 75
Peninsula   96 38
Comox   64 25
Dickenson  47 90
Fisher   41 50
Rutherford _  34 00
Bayne   5 25
Mission   6 13
Noot and Bland  50 00
Barclay Sound   25 00
Thornton    7 CO
.Minor Road—Continued.
Wreck Bay 	
Shown's  	
Chatsworth  	
Giant Powder 	
Goose Harbour 	
Road-
Oliver 	
Parksville Cross	
Parksville Settlement ..
Popham  	
Pratt's   	
Qualicum Settlement ..
Quatsino	
Sproat Lake 	
Superior 	
Station 	
Sea Otter Cove 	
Thompson   	
Turner   	
Tofino-Ucluelet 	
Winchester	
Wellington 	
General roads 	
Trail—
Bamfield	
Colony Lake 	
Horn Lake	
Stranby   	
San Joseph	
Taylor River 	
Plant  and tools 	
Camp equipment 	
Material 	
Supervision—
Assistant Engineer 	
Office 	
Auto   	
29
00
34
50
8
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8
75
39
50
61
30
138 25
71
50
5 25
253
25
102
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91
50
302
26
434 42
231
25
24
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52
30
87
75
198
75
161
90
42
91
314
95
200 00
460 87
346 25
282
33
6
00
8,609
05
34
30
2,234
72
3,059
59
1,602
16
324
10
Total  $ 49,480 99
Atlin District (North).
Streets—Atlin  $ 360 50
Road—
Atlin-Surprise    314 50
Birch Creek  17 50
Indian River   304 50
McKee Creek  257 50
O'Donnel     174 00
Ruby Creek   89 50
Rainy Hollow   25 00
Spruce Creek  430 00
Volcanic Creek   145 12
Trail-
Dixie  Lake	
Moose Arm 	
Telegraph Creek ...
Plant and tools	
Material 	
Supervision—
Assistant Engineer
General Foreman ...
Office 	
$  300 00
15 00
150 00
239 91
321 45
282 20
2,438 30
13 05
Total  $    5,878 09
 15 Geo. 5
Statement of Expenditure.
Q 47
Atlin District (South).
Road—
Alice Arm Shore	
Anyox Court-house Walk	
Bear River	
Dunwell Mines 	
Grease Harbour^Cranberry (east)
Irene Meadow	
Stewart-Hyder	
Salmon River Extension 	
General roads 	
Streets—Stewart 	
Trail-
American Creek 	
Aiyanish-Grease Harbour 	
Aiyanish-Sand Creek 	
Bitter Creek 	
Bear-Nass 	
Climax  	
Esperanza  	
Glacier Creek 	
Goose Creek	
912 00
424 68
2,021 94
251 81
213 50
502 00
4,243 32
364 50
1 00
1,196 02
400 00
136 00
24 00
400 00
500 00
50 00
249 00
694 25
200 00
Tra il—Continued.
Georgia River % 100 00
George Copper   236 00
Illiance   283 50
Kitsault River  :.....  887 75
Kitsault    River - Dolly    Varden
Railway   3,324 83
La Rose Mine  100 00
Marmot River  235 00
Glacier Creek river protection   599 00
Plant and tools  3,256 72
Camp equipment   713 48
Material   1,525 53
Powder-house    9 10
Supervision—
Assistant Engineer   3,805 32
General Foreman  1,517 35
Assistant Foreman   700 00
Office   2,518 01
Total  S 32,595 61
Road—
Glenora	
Telegraph-Dease
Streets—Telegraph
Trail—
Dease Lake 	
Glenora	
Klappan 	
Teslin  	
Thibert Creek 	
Atlin District (Telegraph Creek).
Plant and tools 	
Camp equipment 	
Material 	
Supervision—
Assistant Engineer
Office 	
200 00
1,461 30
370 50
500 37
20 00
150 00
160 00
250 00
$  804
35
158
62
188
93
326
40
14 09
Total  $    4,604 56
Summary.
Atlin   (North)   ....
Atlin   (South)   ....
Telegraph Creek
. ? 5,878 09
.   32,595 61
4,604 56
Road—
Alexis Creek-Inagio 	
Abban Lake '.	
Barkerville Main 	
Barkerville-Bear Lake	
Blackwater-Quesnel  	
Beaver Valley	
Barkerville-Antler Creek ..
Blackwater-Fraser River ..
Beaver Lake-Beavermouth
Bell's 	
Bear Lake-Indian Point ....
Barkerville-Keithley Creek
Bear Valley-Antoine Lake ..
|43,078 26
Cariboo District.
Road—Continued.
302 00         Chilcotin Main  $ 4,418 12
150 00        Chilcotin-Soda Creek   338 09
4,317 75         Chimney Valley   217 76
451 19         Chilanko Forks-Chezacut   57 25
337 00         Dragon Lake  (west)    148 30
2,240 41         Dibbs-Cottonwood Canyon   160 00
579 62         Dragon Lake (east)   66 00
390 00         Dragon Lake, Lot 6677   215 00
776 07 Fraser   (South   Boundary-South
733 62             Creek)     286 60
90 00         Fraser  (Alexandria-Quesnel)  .... 2,486 92
170 37         Freeman   68 00
203 22        Government Creek ._  50 00
 Q 48
Public Works Report  (1924-25).
Road—Continued.
Grundall's  	
Harpers Camp Main 	
Hospital	
Harpers Camp-Horsefly Lake
Keithley Main	
Keithley-Barkerville   	
Lot 6427 	
Lot 59 to 9505 	
Le Bourdais  ......	
Likely-Cedar Creek 	
Main Trunk	
Mission     _	
Meldrum Creek	
MacAlister Ferry Approach ....
Morris	
McCoomb's 	
Mackin Creek Meadow	
Mountain (to Morris Ranch) ..
North Star 	
Norgard's 	
Nazko-Hayhill's Ranch 	
177-Mile-Beaver Lake	
108-Mile-Harpers Camp 	
150-Mile House 	
156-Mile-Williams Lake 	
Peavine Ridge 	
Punchan 	
Quesnel-Blackwater  	
Quesnel-Horsefly 	
Quesnel-Nazko 	
Cariboo District—Continued.
Road—Continued.
.... $        90 00         Quesnel-Little Lake  '..... $ 811 59
4.700 31         Springhouse-Williams Lake   2,638 78
110 00         Soda Creek-Mud Lake   3 50
130 00         Soda Creek-Deep Creek  97 25
3,805 62         Soda Creek-Alexandria   17 00
......       73 12         Sisters Creek-Dragon Lake  863 91
125 75         Stack Valley  870 50
256 00         Spokins Lake   106 62
73 00         Swan Meadow   100 00
52 50         Teasdale     163 84
5,843 95         Upper Horsefly   2,214 46
134 70         Williams Lake-Comer Ranch   59 75
1,785 86         Woodpecker Landing   117 00
653 25 Streets—
511 25         Quesnel     180 00
200 00         Williams Lake   132 88
199 50 Trail—
200 00         Bear River   110 00
50 00         Summit Lake-Spanish Mountain 48 75
310 00         Victoria Creek   172 00
50 00 Plant and tools   4,814 65
4 05 Camp equipment   294 50
217 00 Stable   3,326 16
75 96 Material   4,807 46
1,470 03 Supervision—
1.701 07         General Foreman   2,716 72
852 33         Office  1,0S3 04
275 50         Auto  904 82
22 50
1,715 98
Total  $ 71,657 70
Chilliioaclc District.
Secondary Road—
Abbotsford-Riverside 	
Rosedale Ferry	
Road—
Pumping Plant-Glen Valley
Abbotsford-Aldergrove	
Abbotsford Townsite	
Bench  	
Clayburn-Straiton 	
Columbia Valley	
Chilliwack River 	
Lot 439, Group 2	
Huntingdon Townsite 	
Provincial Highway, No. 1 ..
Provincial Highway, No. 2 ..
1,210 68
39
82
1,250 00
307
55
40
40
4 00
145 80
1,423
16
2,137
55
35
00
663 00
4,827
89
1,745 74
Road— Continued.
Provincial Highway, No. 5 ..
Provincial Highway, No. 7 ..
Provincial Highway, No. 10
Provincial Highway, No. 11
Sumas Mountain	
General roads 	
Plant and tools	
Supervision—
Assistant Engineer      	
Office	
Auto	
2,775 14
3,212 12
1,732 54
2,720 24
281 38
1 65
550 00
1,838 92
298 67
1,430 53
Total  $ 28,677.-7*
Road—
Athalmer  $
Athalmer-Wilmer  	
Adolph Jobnson	
Arnold	
Columbia District.
Road—Continued.
431 49         Anderson   % 62 13
110 00         Brisco   143 91
55 50         Blaeberry School   86 75
60 02         Beard's Creek  30 38
 15 Geo. 5
State ii ent op
Expenditure.
Q 49
Road—Continued.
Canyon Creek 	
Columbia Disti
 $        35 63
ict—Continued.
Road—Continued.
Pagliaro 	
Red Rock 	
Spence 	
Sanborn  	
Sandwall  	
Sinclair Loop 	
Toby Cut-off 	
$         22 50
137 56
75 25
121 39
12 25
41 25
          493 50
Campbell   	
Dejordie 	
Decrespigny ..        	
          319 35
            71 00
            21 25
Dorney 	
Eustace	
Findlay Creek 	
Forster's Landing 	
            50 38
          Ill 75
           298 87
           190 23
Toby Creek 	
Toby Hill 	
803 16
            73 50
Forde Station 	
Flemstrom 	
Golden-Donald (lower)
Golden-Donald   (lower)
Graham   	
           125 25
            24 38
          901 24
          619 08
            50 88
Windermere Cemetery	
          219 37
Windermere Loop 	
Williamson   	
139 8S
            49 00
Wilmer Wharf 	
Wisted  	
Wills 	
Wilmer Pontoon 	
General roads 	
477 24
145 88
4 00
6 62
            35 25
Giant Mine 	
Grainger   	
              7 50
            37 50
Horsethief 	
Hartley	
          873 49
           134 44
           130 25
Streets—
Athalmer 	
Golden   	
139 13
2,237 64
           171 00
            38 75
Invermere Siding	
            56 99
Invermere Wharf	
Johnston	
Kettleson 	
Leadville   	
Main Trunk, No. 1	
Main Trunk, No. 2 Cwest)
Mitchell   	
          101 00
            50 00
            95 25
          353 92
      12,484 80
        2,458 11
       1,055 73
Wilmer 	
             62 74
WindeTmere	
Trail—Jubilee Mountain 	
40 25
             76 25
Plant and tools 	
Camp equipment	
6,687 75
           450 80
Supervision—
Assistant Engineer 	
       2,459 36
Moberly Branch 	
            48 06
Mons 	
Madden   	
Oberg and Johnson 	
            65 25
            56 75
          102 75
Locating Engineer 	
Office 	
Auto   	
Total 	
District.
Road—Continued.
Cross, Hodgson's 	
Cross, Bridge's 	
Cross, Smith's	
Cross, Union 	
Cross, Rennison 	
Cache Creek-Shushartie 	
83 90
1,734 77
516 25
Ottason	
Paradise Mine	
            40 31
          524 31
SB 40,128 57
$       129 81
349 85
85 60
17 75
20 13
            16 00
Ptarmigan Mine 	
Primary   Road—Island   Hig
Parksville North, 6a
Secondary Road—
Cumberland    Road    and
Street  	
Courtenay—Cumberland   ....
            90 50
Comox
hway,
 ?         77 36
Union
             59 16
           207 05
Courtenay-Comox (in city I
Lake Trail (in city limits)
Road—
Anderton   	
Burns and Parkins     	
imits)             32 31
9 50
           441 40
              255 12
Cessford 	
Comox School 	
Condensery  	
15 50
23 99
             53 55
Cumberland and Roy	
          723 89
Back 	
Courtenay-Headquarters
Cumberland-Headquarters
Courtenay-jComox 	
Cumberland-Comox Lake
Courtenay—Cumberland  ....
            89 66
          878 71
          198 10
Courtenay Avenue 	
            10 12
Concession, No. 2 	
Comox and Cape Lazo 	
Concession, No. 1 	
Cortes Island 	
Denman  Island 	
Endall and Hopkins 	
416 00
34 95
110 50
416 60
1,382 04
ICO 25
          958 96
          555 42
              946 98
Cross, Ryan's 	
          126 06
4
 Q 50
Public Works Report  (1924-25).
Comox District—Continued.
Road—Continued.
Fraser and Harrigan  $
Falls 	
Gainsberg's  	
Grant and Mounce 	
Huband's  	
Higgins and Knight	
Hornby Island 	
Hardy Bay^Coal Harbour 	
Island  Highway,   Parksville  N...
Kelland's  	
Kirby   	
Little	
Lund-Powell River 	
Lund-Malaspina	
Lot 172 	
Lever's  	
Lasqueti Island 	
Kitty-Coleman, No. 107 	
Kitty-Coleman, No. 108 	
Hodgins  	
Tsolum River 	
Wright's 	
Sackville   	
Merville-Headquarters	
Larkin's 	
Howard's 	
Tyee Valley	
Isart's 	
Dove Creek 	
Lot 117 	
Cliffe's   	
Seaborn   	
McQuillan and Piercey	
Marine Drive-Royston 	
McLeod	
Maruya 	
Marsden & Kilpatrick	
McAllen  	
Milligan & Parkins 	
Muir & Hawkins   	
Malcolm Island	
McDonald   	
24 62
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Road—Continued.
Minto School	
Percy	
Powell River-Grief Point 	
Powell River-Cranberry Lake ....
Ryan and Hudson 	
Read Island	
Road to Powell River Bridge	
Radford 	
Salmon River roads	
Stewart & Cameron	
Sharpe's 	
Seaborne's  	
Savory Island 	
Smith and Ledingham 	
Texada Island 	
Torrent's  	
Victoria-Campbell River 	
Valdes Island 	
Thos. Wood 	
General roads 	
Compensation, C. Dalton 	
Trail-
Alert Bay	
Buttle Lake	
Lake 	
Lake Trail to Power-house	
Port Harvey 	
Plant and tools	
Powder-magazine 	
Material 	
Supervision—
Assistant Engineer 	
Office 	
Auto   	
Launch	
Purchase of Assistant Engineer's
residence	
Less credits
76 50
82 50
1,800 28
201 SS
IS 50
363 5S
114 14
80 25
1,551 56
33 25
IS 13
63 00
38 44
1 80
1,407 24
218 47
20,285 43
1,395 28
13 34
35 34
102 80
199 42
227 00
463 90
36 81
49 50
5,191 63
187 87
700 45
3,109 40
■2,085 35
1,071 34
544 37
100 00
58,605 CO
91 06
Total  $ 58,513 94
Primary Road—
Victoria-Campbell River
Station Street 	
Road—    •
Bowden-Vaux	
Bench  	
Beach   	
Cowichan Lake	
Cherry Point	
Carvell-Jackson 	
Cowichan District.
Road—Continued.
2,826 18         Cameron-Taggart    % 315 40
176 47        Cunningham Approach (Shawnigan)     13 75
20 75         Cowichan River   279 18
299 39         Duncan-Sahtlam   230 23
889 20         Fisher   296 32
3,408 71         Freeman   350 00
225 11 Footpath across E. & N. Railway,
41 56             Shawnigan   14 00
 15 Geo. 5
Statement of Expenditure.
Q 51
Road—Contin ued.
Glenora 	
Howie 	
Hillbank 	
Halhead 	
Hlnks-Parry 	
Indian 	
Koksilah-Riverside
Koksilah Flats 	
Lakeside	
Marshall   	
Mountain 	
Miller 	
Menzies   	
McKinley-Doupe ....
Roberts 	
Cavin   	
Carvell-Jackson 	
Forrest 	
Hopkins Swamp 	
Robinson   	
Garinder	
Wallich 	
Sheppard  	
Whisky Point 	
Lane  	
Thain   	
Wilmot 	
Chaplin   	
Phipps	
Deloume 	
Baggett	
Coicichan Disti'ict—Continued.
Road—Continued.
 $      420 30 Wilkinson   	
  517 55 Chapman  	
!  79 67 Wilson   	
182 SO Old Koksilah 	
94 44 Old Victoria 	
317 83 Old School-house 	
317 71 Rowe's  	
254 78 Sahtlam River 	
42S 26 Shaw 	
157 19 School-house 	
116 22 Shawnigan-Mill Bay	
            90 60 Shawnigan Lake Station
  55 50 Telegraph	
            28 78 Victoria-Campbell River
85 85 Waters 	
139 61 Wilson   	
  1 60 General roads 	
          156 84 Ditching and drainage ....
            10 00 Street—Duncan sidewalk ..
16 00 Trail—
            14 75         Clo-oose   	
117 45 Silver Mine 	
38 66     Plant and tools	
34 OO     Material 	
  139 75     Powder-house 	
            51 00 Supervision—
  27 42 Assistant Engineer 	
9 01 Office 	
8 43 Auto   	
02 00
25 50
27
00
63
60
9
73
1,009 87
1,555
42
160 07
45
51
361
70
145
23
1
20
314
55
1
00
599
47
6,502
12
263
65
122
94
168
68
2,921
91
611
35
475
24
50 00
2,031
94
603
57
45
50
1,354
90
1.052
75
1,029
34
Total $ 34,914 11
Road-
Black  Bear   $
Bulkot 	
Bull River 	
Bell's 	
Brander  	
Baker- Estate	
Cranbrook-Sheep Creek 	
Cranbrook-Kimberley 	
Cranbrook-Baker Mountain 	
Cranbrook-Moyie 	
Cranbrook-Gold Creek 	
Cranbrook-New Lake 	
Cranbrook-Kingsmill	
Curzon Junction-Kingsgate	
Canal Flat 	
Cranbrook Fair Grounds 	
Cranbrook Hog Ranch 	
Eager Hill-Fort Steele	
Edward's Ranch	
Fo,.: Ranch Lane 	
Cranbrook District.
Road—Continued.
83 00          Green    f 287 00
210 00          Gold Creek Settlement  168 25
31 75         Green Bay  70 02
232 00         Godderis  125 87
25 50         Hanson-Campbell   i  531 2S
135 24         Hatchery    Ill 00
3,367 89         Horie Subdivision   24 52
5,045 35         Hill    124 50
95 26         Ha-ha Creek   1,037 01
2,870 87         Kelly   25 97
761 09         Kimberly-Cherry Creek   200 00
620 43         Kootenay Orchards   826 03
310 16         Moyie-Goatfell   4,117 SI
883 55         McKenzie Mill   7 50
267 90         McPhee  489 81
6 75         Meadowbrook  Settlement   245 06
2 25         Mission-Marysville   9S 11
797 25         Mission-Fort Steele  '.  25 50
51 52         Munroe Lake  05 00
79 30         Mission School   32 00
 Cranbrook District—Continued.
Road—Continued.
Pighin   	
Pitt Creek 	
Peter Bull 	
Owen 	
Palmer  	
Perry Creek	
Skookumehuck River  :	
St. Joseph Prairie Settlement
Society Girl Mine	
St. Mary Lake	
St. Mary Prairie Settlement ..
Twin Lakes 	
Wardner-Cranbrook 	
Wardner-Casey  	
Wycliffe-Gherry Creek 	
Wycliffe Branch 	
Wanklyn School 	
Wallace Ranch 	
Road—Contin ued.
289 50 Watering  	
230 94 General roads	
5 06 Streets—
61 25 Kimberley   	
330 75 Moyie  	
40 38 Slaterville  	
332 42 Wardner	
594 58     Trail—Whitefish   	
9S 51     Plant and tools 	
866 11     Material 	
131 18     Camp equipment 	
109 69     Garage  	
5,083 22 Supervision—
1,395 20 General  Foreman
234 56 Office 	
12 75 Auto   	
185 61
15 00
f        16 00
62
55
1,539
39
84
50
1,627
87
2,020
10
4S
75
4,635
10
12
08
284
30
3,104
34
2,356
28
593
65
8 00
Total  $ 50,905 01
Secondary Road—
Secondary   	
Ladner Trunk 	
Scott 	
Road—
County Line 	
Port Kells Townline 	
Ocean Park 	
Pacific Highway	
Provincial Highway, No. 1
Provincial Highway, No. 2
Provincial Highway, No. 3
Siding, Fraser Valley	
Regent   	
Townline  	
Hunt 	
Delta District.
Road—Continued.
945 13         Bergstrom   $ 150 00
113 95        Nichol   100 00
2,082 72         Ruin    100 00
Westminster Bridge (trestle crib-
100 00             bing)   1,438 50
800 00         General roads   2 36
2,500 00     Plant and tools   1 53
1,824 89     Material   1 19
1,502 27      Glen  Valley pumping plant  1,250 0O
5,565 31      Supervision— .
1,206 35         Assistant Engineer   1,015 70
80 80         Office   38 28
250 00          Auto     239 13
500 00 	
250 00                    Total  $ 22,058 20
Secondary Road—
Washington Avenue 	
Dewdney Trunk Road, 41b
Clarke Hill, 42b 	
Road—
Athey  	
Barker  	
Beaulieu 	
Dewdney Trunk, No. 1 	
Dewdney Trunk, No. 2	
Dewdney Trunk, No. 3 	
Dewdney Trunk, No. 4	
Dewdney Trunk, No. 7	
Dewdney Trunk, No. 6	
Dewdney Dyke 	
Dewdney District.
Rc ad—Contin ued.
2,396 44         Dewdney-Port Moody  $ 1,328 90
1,204 76         Dewdney Trunk, No. S   644 00
823 59         Dewdney Trunk, Section 9   264 25
Deroche     102 50
390 75         Dale     202 50
50 00         Farms   343 55
50 00         Hyde and Bunker   200 00
611 75         Haney Cut-off   10 00
2,839 67         Hawkins-Pickles     67 75
2,510 19         Ioeo-Sunnyside  348 65
935 38         loco Townsite   329 38
1,012 86         loco-Port Moody   88 00
2,016 47         Johnston  50 00
2,501 08         Knowles   301 33
 15 Geo. 5
Statement of Expenditure.
Q 53
Dewdney District—Continued.
Road—Continued.
Kilpatrick   	
$        25 00
Malcolm 	
320 79
Mclntyre	
42 00
McDonald	
50 00
Morton  	
569 38
Mission-Stave Lake 	
130 88
North Nicomen   	
124 50
Newton	
50 00
84 35
Nicomen Island Trunk	
611 00
North Deroche 	
5 40
Ontario Street, River Road	
3,070 06
Pickle's   	
134 25
100 00
River 	
1,125 65
Road through Indian Reserve ....
16 00
Stave Lake 	
184 75
Sterling   	
3 50
Rennie   	
78 00
Salvaster  	
1.558 6S
Road—Continued.
Smith   	
Shook 	
Stave Lake 	
Sterling   	
Tremblay Island	
Taylor 	
South Lillooet Protection 	
General roads 	
Street—
City of Port Moody, Main 	
City of Port Moody, Jones	
Mission	
Plant and tools        i
Material 	
Supervision—
Assistant Engineer 	
Office 	
Auto	
Total  $ 51,313 35
\      159
75
139 50
77
00
315
00
71
00
1,155
57
3,026
79
157
00
10 00
15
00
43
51
11,669
62
1,823
60
1,709 80
787
51
444
70
Road-
Admiral's 	
Atkins 	
Arden   .....
-.■Ubert Head 	
Bennett	
Ball's	
Belmont 	
Boyd  	
Blythwood 	
Beach Drive 	
Colwood 	
Clark 	
Corry   	
Dunford  	
Deloume 	
Deacon's 	
East Sooke 	
Fisher 	
Florence Lake 	
Finlayson 	
Goldstream Cross
Goldstream  	
Glen Lake 	
Grant   	
Green   	
Glinz 	
Gillespie 	
Harbour View 	
Happy Valley 	
Jordan River 	
Jones 	
Esquimalt District.
Road—Continued.
576 29 Haltasin  $      175 57
151 SO         Latoria   214 50
14 00         Lagoon    476 25
65 19         Leigh   113 00
242 50         Metchosin   657 30
441 00         Millstream   652 15
131 25         Metchosin Cross   147 75
23 00         Milne's    14 00
37 50         Munn's    147 00
10 00         Maple Avenue  43 88
328 SI          Murray   28 62
3175         Muir Avenue   538 88
25 75         Mill Bay Wharf Road  4 00
116 20         Otter Point   S53 25
34 50         Poirier's   50 63
98 25         Port Renfrew   213 67
728 50         Peatt's     6 75
17 76         Parkland's   30 00
483 50         Parry     70 00
165 09         Quarantine    ,  538 62
73 13         Producers   979 26
289 60         Phillips   29 50
25 00         Parkinson     174 50
51 35         Ross-Durrance   1,149 77
50 00         Rocky Point   765 14
24 50         Sooke     2,782 29
13 25         Sooke River   227 93
42 66         Station  4S7 24
315 05         Shawnigan Lake   1,063 74
2,2S2 26         Swaunick   13 50
75 00         Shirley    757 37
 Esquimalt District—Continued
Road—Continued.
Sawyer	
Summit	
San Juan (east) 	
Thetis Lake	
Sheringham Point	
Vancouver Is. Trunk (Malahat)..
Victoria-Campbell River 	
Wilson   	
Wright   -.	
Woodlands 	
Trail-
Elliot's  	
Julius Barrens 	
Plant and tools	
Camp equipment ...
.... $
10 25
53 30
Material 	
720 98
416 50
Buildings and yard,
Colwood	
5,369 21
354 54
Purchase of Lots 1,
2, Sec.
69
820 00
155 25
Compensation for land 	
75 00
18 00
Supervision—
2.950 09
General Foreman
Office 	
2.295 00
230 00
1,9S0 78
172 92
Auto   	
520 67
92 14
38 90
Less credit 	
$
39,984 91
1,000 00
71 50
15 00
Total 	
38,984 91
3,24S 38
Fernie District.
Road-
Bull River-Fort Steele, No. 5..
Ainsworth  	
Beard  	
Baynes Lake Cemetery	
Bull River (south) 	
Columbia River 	
Elko-Roosville  	
Elko-Morrissey	
Elk Valley 	
Elko-South Forks 	
Elko-Waldo	
Fernie-Morrlssey	
Fernie-Hosmer 	
Fernie-Coal Creek	
Femie-Uizard Creek 	
Fernie Cemetery	
Fort Steele-Wasa 	
Fort Steele-Wildhorse 	
Fort Steele-Columbia	
Flathead   	
Fort Steele Station 	
Fen wick  	
Gateway-Roosville   	
Hosmer-Michel 	
Hampton   	
Jaffray-Elko 	
Lohn 	
Lewis Creek 	
Morrissey-Fernie 	
Michel-Crowsnest   	
1S2 03
101 00
71 50
195 25
33 75
473 45
3,157 24
1,592 32
1,294 18
92 44
90 65
349 88
1,520 24
568 57
2S9 3S
80 00
876 07
1,702 64
1,720 421
388 67
514 38
102 00
50 00
2,464 01
149 75
754 88
53 00
17 00
1,853 47
1,619 38
Road—Continued.
Million's 	
Mouse Creek 	
Premier	
Sheep Creek 	
Sand Creek 	
Sage Creek 	
Suec   	
Waldo-Flagstone 	
Wilson Creek-Mansfield Ranch..
Wardner-Waldo 	
Wardner-Jaffray 	
Wasa-Sheep Creek 	
Wardner-Bull River 	
Streets—
Bull River	
Elko   	
Fort Steele 	
Michel 	
Michel-Natal   	
West Fernie 	
'Plant and tools 	
Camp equipment 	
Material 	
Supervision—
Assistant Engineer 	
Office 	
Auto   	
749 65
51 00
267 75
459 59
1,055 95
15 00
49 94
750 12
10 60
61 63
751 50
40 00
96 00
116 61
56 00
84 75
225 25
31S 14
455 25
5,161 48
340 35
S56 51
2,641 95
1,540 36
875 82
Total  $ 39,3S8 75
Road-
Anderson  	
Bobtail Lake-Upper Mud
Bearhead 	
Braeside 	
Fort George District.
Road—Continued.
201 50         Burney   $ 2S 12
389 86         Cariboo   4,150 25
312 47         Croydon    349 63
150 12         Chowsunket  67 69
 15 Geo. 5
Statement of Expenditure.
Q 55
Fort George District—Continued.
Road—Continued.
CampbelKHulatt   	
Clay 	
Crescent Lake	
Chief Lake 	
Cluculz 	
Camp Creek 	
Drykin   	
Dale :	
Dunster (east) 	
Dome Creek-Kidd 	
Darwin's   	
Encombe   	
Erickson  _
Engen  (north)  	
Fort George-Hazelton 	
Foreman 	
Finlaison  	
Fort George-Willow River
Fort George-Isle de Pierre..
Francois Lake Settlement....
Fort Fraser-Stella	
Fort George-Chief Lake ....
Fort George-Blackwater ....
Green   	
Giscombe  (south)  	
Goose County 	
Garrett	
Gray  	
Hulatt (south) 	
Hofercamp 	
Hargraves  	
Hemniingville-Canoe River
Hutchinson   	
Hedlund 	
Jamieson   	
Kelley 	
Kimball   	
Kinney  	
Loos   	
Lind 	
Larsen 	
McBride^Dunster 	
McBride  (east)  	
McBride  (south) 	
Mapes 	
Mud River Valley  (south)..
Moore  	
Martin   	
McGaghran 	
Mt. Robson 	
McBride-Cariboo 	
McGaghran  	
McLarty 	
McLeod 	
Mulki Lake 	
Newlands (north) 	
90
00
291
00
355
66
50
50
3
74
337
(il
314
74
367
no
6 63
694
97
ISO
00
286
94
785
84
72
75
254 64
683
62
569
78
155
87
620 33
313
41
126 09
768
49
277 31
3
42
416 27
111
31
248 00
52
50
954 02
500 18
211
25
93
50
377
25
233 S5
46
00
60
67
654
12
336
96
198
50
100
00
15
50
418
10
749 20
351
00
884
92
,800 60
546
35
402
78
42
12
108
89
256
89
433
36
143
75
167
25
176
75
34 65
Road—Continued.
Ness Lake  $
Nichol-Bednesti 	
Nithi River 	
Ormonds Lake 	
Nechako Flats 	
Necoslie   	
Red Rock-Canyon Creek 	
Red Rock 	
Red Rock-Fraser Canyon 	
Schafer 	
Smedley  	
Shelley Road   (east)   	
Sob Lake 	
Samuel  	
Sowchea	
Shere   	
Six-mile-Buckhorn Lake 	
Shelly  (south)  	
Stella-Fort Fraser 	
Taehic Lake 	
Taylor 	
Vanderhoof-Stuart Lake 	
Vanderhoof-Sturgeon Point 	
Vanderhoof (west) 	
Vauderhoof-Nooula 	
A'anderhoof-Sackner 	
Willow River Bridge 	
West Lake-Fraser River 	
West Lake -.	
Willow River 	
Williams   	
Willow River-Giscome 	
Wills 	
General 	
Streets—
Fort George	
McBride	
South Fort George	
Vanderhoof  	
Trail-
Fort St. James-Manson Creek	
Finger Lake 	
Plant and tools 	
Camp equipment 	
Material 	
Stable 	
Vanderhoof barn 	
Supervision—
General Foreman 	
General Foreman 	
General Foreman 	
Office 	
Auto 	
398 OO
223 51
202 09
738 11
73 18
8 56
83 00
90 00
211 50
1,320 25
42 37
587 71
536 62
214 75
614 69
196 00
210 00
198 75
184 00
223 87
240 25
1,257 07
1,301 85
9 65
79 25
130 50
6 03
100 00
72 50
1,262 49
148 87
210 00
275 25
86 80
67 82
275 84
249 81
1,125 63
695 60
56 25
4,881 47
3,612 73
2,277 38
3,828 49
101 50
190 05
2,165 90
2,710 65
1.386 38
3.163 43
Total  $ 64,713 67
 Q 56
Public Works Eeport (1924-25).
Road-
Grande Pi
Foi
airie 	
t George
 $
District
1,128 49
898 82
60 47*
510 88
341 49
487 22
324 27
350 25
954 73
281 00
165 50
275 25
564 62
421 87
35 00
30 00
11 00
169 97
Sum
(Peace River Section).
Road—Continued.
R.A. 10 	
...rtrt
67 50
R.A. 11
R.A. 18 ....
Rolla and Fort St. John
Sunset  .....
2 75
2 40
R.A. 21 ....
Watson	
Taylor's Flats-Fort St. John
Tate Creek 	
44 00
R.A. 26 ....
186 12
R.A. 38 ....
125 61
R.A. 1 	
Telegraph 	
Waldie  	
65 88
R.A. 30 ....
135 84
R.A. 17 ....
Plant and tools 	
1,714 88
R.A. 19 ....
Material 	
43 25
R.A. 25 ....
Stable  	
23S 75
R.A. 27
R.A. 50 ....
Supervision—
General  Foreman  	
2.146 10
R.A. 15
R.A. 42
R.A. 7
Office 	
Auto   	
Total 	
nary.
 $64,713
67
77
117 17
755 69
R.A. 22
R.A. 29
Fort George
Peace River
Total ....
rt..?
12,654 77
Section
    12,654
 $77,368
44
Road—
Bear Creek-Pass Creek  ;
Cascade—Laurier   	
Christina Lake  (west)	
Cascade-Paulson  	
Cascade-Fife 	
Christina Lake-Rossland	
Deep Creek-Boundary 	
English Cove-Head of Lake 	
Fife-Christina Lake 	
.Grand Forks-Pass Creek 	
Grand Forks^Summit City 	
Grand Forks-Carson (south) 	
Grand Forks-Franklin 	
Grand Forks-Carson  (north)	
Grand Forks-Cascade  (north)....
Grand Forks-Cascade (south).—
Grand Forks-Mill Crest	
Grand Forks-Hardy Mountain....
Grand Forks District.
Road—Continued.
958 50 Moody Creek-Cascade 	
174 25        Morrissey Creek  (east)  	
410 75 Nord   	
1,886 25 Phoenix-Greenwood  	
234 00 Sub-lot 184-1475  	
1,049 25        Sutherland Creek-Fife	
110 CO Sub-lot 700	
102 00 Sub-lot 519	
272 50 Trans-Provincial Highway
569 25 General roads 	
1,830 25     Plant and tools 	
294 25    Material 	
2,726 15 Supervision—
633 50 General Foreman 	
2,117 39 Office	
297 00 Auto   	
526 50
322 50
250 50
199 50
35 00
45 50
87 00
,612 63
52 50
23 50
87 50
3 05
i,652 08
291 34
:,223 95
756 26
640 64
Total  $ 23,475 24
Road—
Anaconda 	
Beaver Creek 	
Botry 	
Bridesville 	
Baker Creek 	
Boundary Creek 	
Beaverdale Station
Greenwood District.
Road—Continued.
203 50 Caron   .*.	
550 25 Camp McKinney-McLean's ....
43 00 Camp McKinney-Rock Creek
749 43 Deadwood-Copper Camp 	
31 75 Elliot-Summit   	
136 00 Greenwood-Midway   	
126 13 Greenwood-Phoenix   	
141 95
179 75
87 50
102 00
476 75
1,372 56
137 25
 15 Geo. 5
Statement of Expenditure.
Q 57
Greenwood District—Continued.
Road—Continued.
Greenwood-Eholt   	
Hartley-Phoenix   	
Ingram Mountain 	
Johnson Creek 	
Kettle River (main) 	
Kettle River  (east)  	
Kettle River (west) 	
Kerr Creek 	
Kelowna-Conni   	
Long Lake-Jewel Mine
Lynn Creek 	
Link Creek 	
Midway-Rock-Creek 	
Meyers Creek 	
MeCarren Creek 	
Nicholson Creek 	
983
75
25
00
183 00
296
75
2,275
35
25
50
708
55
418 00
225
00
309
75
223
00
33
00
1,129
87
1,648 14
613
25
871
10
Road—Continued.
Rock  Creek-Myncaster   $
Rock Creek-9-Mile 	
Rock Mountain 	
Rock Mountain-Bridesville ..
Rock Mountain-Myncaster ..
Sally Mine 	
Sidley Mountain 	
Twin Creek 	
Plant and tools	
Supervision—
General Foreman 	
Office 	
Auto   	
Total  $ 24,202 27
$  494
50
2,056
52
56
25
264
20
366
25
236 00
1,004
72
9
00
1,130 42
2,255
65
661
00
1.450 93
Gabriola Island—
Road-
Beach   	
Centre 	
Coast	
East	
Eastholm 	
Main  	
Martin   	
Silva-Low  	
Yarrows (Ardmore)
Galiano Island—
Road-
Cook's 	
Main	
Morgan  	
North End 	
Retreat  Cove 	
Trail—Leighton  	
Mayne Island—
Road-
Gallagher 	
Main  	
Mill's   	
Point Comfort 	
Village Bay 	
Waugh   	
North Saanich—
Road—
Amelia Avenue 	
Beach Drive 	
Beacon Avenue	
Beaufort 	
Birch 	
Bradley-Dyne 	
Breed's Cross 	
Islands District.
North Saanich—Continued.
Road—Continued.
13 00 Centre 	
68 50 Chalet 	
21 00 Cypress 	
316 00 Downey   	
12 00 East Saanich 	
446 75 Harbour 	
17 75 Horth Cross 	
S57 05 Laurel    	
469 25 Madrona Drive	
Marine Drive 	
Mount Baker 	
95 50 Mount Newton 	
808 00 Queen's Avenue 	
53 75             Resthaven Bridge Culvert ....
110 50 School Cross 	
18 00 Sidney Yard 	
46 00 Swartz Bay 	
West Saanich 	
Wilson   	
300 00 Street—
187 7S Second   	
64 50 Third   	
280 00 Fourth   	
128 00 Fifth 	
20 00 Sixth 	
Sidney 	
North Tender Island—
99 46 Road—
261 00 Clam  Bay  	
243 07 Corbett 	
24 50 Hooser  	
237 00 Hope Bay-Port Washington
31 00 Hope Bay-Wallace Point	
191 50 James Point 	
127 00
281 00
48 00
54 87
442 90
35 00
32 00
48 00
838 75
453 62
66 00
45 50
482 99
36 29
121 15
22 00
39 50
332 25
288 84
108 56
538 38
140 00
493 77
79 49
170 51
311 50
7 86
3 00
196 00
458 25
00 00
 North Pender Island—Continued.
Road—Continued.
Otter Bay-Church Hill 	
Otter Bay-Port Washington...
South Otter Bay 	
South Pender Island—
Road-
Boulder   	
General	
North Saltspring—
Road—
Atkins   	
Beddis 	
Broadwell Mountain 	
Oanal   	
Collins-Crofton   	
Cranberry   	
Divide   	
Dodd's 	
Fernwood 	
Ganges School  	
Hereford Avenue 	
Jameski   	
Le Page 	
Long Harbour  	
Lower Ganges  	
Maxwell Lake 	
Mansell 	
Mansell-Mahon   	
McFadden   	
MePhillips Avenue  	
North End 	
Rainbow 	
Rosnier 	
Scott  	
Smith, No. 1 	
Smith, No. 2 	
Stark's   	
Toynbee  	
15 00
174 19
62 93
4 00
49 00
20 00
245 25
10 00
2 64
20 00
343 88
236 49
4 50
30 00
13 93
4 00
14 00
10 48
75 49
164 40
391 53
10 00
414 00
187 25
42 46
1,806 47
30 00
303 75
36 00
54 75
108 15
160 00
45 22
North Saltspring—Continued.
Road—Continued.
Tripp   	
Upper Ganges 	
Vesuvius 	
Wright   	
Walker's Hook 	
Wilkinson   	
South Saltspring—
Road—
Beaver Point 	
Burgoyne Bay	
Fulf'ord-Ganges  	
Gardin and Muldoon 	
Hill and BranfOrd 	
Isabella Point 	
Lasseter  	
Smith   	
Saturna Island—
Road-
Deep Bay 	
Efford's Bay 	
Lyall Harbour 	
Section 10	
Trail—Harris  	
Thetis Island—
Road—Main	
Road—General  	
Plant and tools 	
Material 	
Accident to Elmer Johns 	
Supervision—
General Foreman  	
Locating Engineer 	
Office 	
Launch 	
Auto   	
94
61
229
25
531
26
14
50
189
00
8
00
738
72
854
41
336
49
726
78
33 25
328 28
20 0O
41
13
34 75
164 25
406 05
25 00
S 00
80 50
63 00
4.721 78
1,749 86
15 00
2,516 17
32 05
1,434 29
759 90
935 93
Total  $ 33,765 91
Road—
Adams Lake 	
Blind Bay-Eagle Bay	
Bruce Meadows-Robins Range ..
Boulder Creek 	
Barriere River 	
Birch Island-Lost Creek     	
Badger Creek 	
Beaton-Fish Lake 	
Chase-Hault-Salmon Arm 	
Campbell Meadows 	
Celista 	
Clearwater   	
Chase-Squilax-Sorrento   	
Kamloops District.
Road—Con tinned.
1,247 75         Copper Creek  $ 200 00
2,246 15        Campbell Creek   400. 00
200 00         Coal Hill-Sugar Loaf   180 00
300 00         Chase Town   609 71
182 85         China Valley   100 00
200 78         Chase Creek   803 60
100 00         Carlin Gulch   100 00
100 00         C.P.R. Crossing at Tappen   147 50
1,606 00         C.P.R. Crossing at Squilax   120 10
190 00 C.P.R. Crossing at Notch Hill .... 72 69
1,957 69         Ducks-Monte Creek   S00 00
125 00         Ducks Range (general)   1,088 54
622 96 Douglas Lake-Grande Prairie .... 300 00'
 15 Geo. 5
Statement of Expenditure.
Q 59
Kamloops District—Continued.
Road—Continued.
Edith Lake : $
100 00
Ferguson-Hazlehurst  	
150 00
Fruitlands 	
ISO 00
Goose Lake 	
100 00
Harpers Camp 	
200 00
Hudson Bay Meadows 	
100 00
Kamloops-Nicola  	
3,463 33
Kamloops-Savona  	
2,614 36
Kamloops-Salmon Arm 	
1,980 00
Kamloops-Shuswap   (north)   	
1,147 11
Kamloops-Chase   	
1,981 22
Kault Hill 	
1,499 50
Kamloops-Tranquille-Criss Creek
1,732 17
Knouff Lake 	
806 75
Lac du Bois	
165 00
Leigh 	
100 00
Long Lake and branches 	
437 00
Louis Creek	
1,221 85
Little Fort-Horse Lake 	
200 00
Martin Prairie and branches 	
510 37
Mobley-Tappen 	
553 50
Mamette Lake 	
200 00
North Thompson (east) 	
2,667 42
North Thompson (west)  	
4,052 31
Notch Hill-Blind Bay-Greer 	
300 00
Notch Hill- Sorrento Wharf 	
418 55
Notch Hill  (general)  	
1,319 78
Notch Hill-Tappen 	
1,725 82
Notch Hill-Davis 	
100 00
Notch Hill-Chase  	
100 00
Paxton Valley  	
846 22
Oxley Valley 	
328 62
Reserve  Creek  	
1,276 99
Road—Continued.
Rose Bill  (old)  	
Rose Hill  (new)  	
Robins Range 	
Squilax-Anglemont  	
Squila-x-Turtle Valley 	
Strawberry Heights 	
Sullivan Valley 	
Sullivan Valley-Vinsulla 	
Shuswap-Turtle Valley 	
Smith-Pinantan 	
Salmon Arm Municipality	
Tappen-Carlin   	
Todd Hill-Grande Prairie-Falk
land 	
White Lake 	
General 	
Street—Columbia 	
Trail-
Mad River 	
Raft River	
Savona-Copper  Creek	
Plant and tools 	
Garage   	
Camp equipment	
Material   ,
Stable  	
Supervision—
-JrtrtSSistant District Engineer 	
General Foreman 	
Office 	
Auto   	
Total 	
616 25
112 85
363 50
1,003 49
835 77
100 00
98 00
98 00
139 85
200 00
601 23
779 80
2,097 89
200 00
524 24
437 75
200 00
238 75
6 30
2,338 01
13,71S 07
266 95
5,090 38
1,679 04
669 -10
5,359 65
1,155 95
647 30
86,157 61
Road—
Argenta    .$
Ainsworth  (north)  	
Ainsworth  (south)  	
Alice 	
Arrow Creek 	
Boswell-LaFrance 	
Bartholomew	
Bevan 	
Beach   	
Boswell-Kuskanook   	
Bathie 	
Creston Summit         1
Creston-Erickson 	
Crawford Bay-Grey Creek 	
Crawford Creek 	
Creston-Goatfell          3
Corn Creek Road 	
Creston-Goat River	
Kaslo District.
Road—Continued.
217 75 Creston-KuskanoOk    $ 2,146 17
535 09 Creston-Lister    557 61
163 20 Canyon City   1,005 65
434 75 Canyon-Porthill   1,265 44
31 00 Camp Lister Settlement   456 25
382 97 Elsie Holmes  475 11
63 74 Ferguson     1,188 87
44 00 Fulmer   51 75
15 00 Glengarry  30 00
326 99 Grey Creek-LaFrance   208 64
25 00 Gardner    141 00
.400 00 Glacier Creek Protection   197 75
396 37 Hope   8 25
282 52 Hood   217 98
168 73 Raskins (east)   32 25
265 22 Howser-Argenta     211 30
111 55 Houston    263 37
30 50 Howser Station   31 75
 Q 60
Public Works Eeport  (1924-25).
Kaslo District—Continued.
Road—Continued.
Jackson Street  $ 24 37
Kaslo-Ainsworth   1,803 68
Kaslo (south)   241 50
Kaslo (north)   1,005 04
Kaslo-Zwickey   1,086 81
Kaslo Creek (South Fork)   1.486 42
Lindsay   710 39
Lynchville    359 24
LaFrance Creek   24 37
Leach     60 00
Lardeau River (east)   22 50
Little     45 37
Lizard Creek  1,138 20
Mclntyre     60 00
McMurtrie   93 00
Nettie L  8 75
Princess Creek  41 25
Peters  50 00
Pilot Bay   11 25
Queen's Bay-Balfour   379 47
Queen's Bay   17 62
Robson    73 00
Summit  121 00
Swanson   105 61
Simmons     49 50
Sainuelson   76 60
Trout Lake   685 12
Trout Lake (east)   13 12
Wadd's   50 00
Woolgar   49 60
Williams   407 00
Winslow   40 00
Whitewater   49 87
Woodbury Creek  (North Fork).. 27 00
Streets—
Ainsworth     387 77
Creston  36 25
Kaslo  685 00
Streets—■Continued.
Lardeau   $
Trout Lake 	
Trail—
Argenta-Bulmer 	
Aralu	
Blue Bell 	
Beaver  	
Brown Creek	
Blue Ridge	
Cariboo Creek	
Canadian  	
Deanshaven 	
8-Mile  	
Ethel 	
Fidelity	
Ferguson Northern 	
Fry Creek 	
Gainor   	
Gold Gulch	
Healy Creek 	
Howser Lake (east) 	
Kaslo Creek (North Fork) 	
Lardeau River (North Fork) 	
Lardeau River (South Fork) 	
Lucky Boy	
Silver Camp 	
Spring Creek 	
Silver Glance 	
Triune   	
Walker's	
Plant and tools 	
Camp equipment	
Material	
Supervision—
General Foreman 	
Office 	
7 50
32 50
24 00
45 00
48 75
15 75
12 50
15 75
30 00
8 75
3SS 75
22 50
27 50
20 62
8 75
20 65
17 50
8 75
48 75
71 25
185 35
71 25
12 50
31 50
33 75
24 00
15 75
8 75
52 50
2,158 32
280 14
1,111 90
3,080 90
113 63
Total  $ 35,971 01
Road—
Big Bar  $
Big Creek	
Big Bar-Big Bar Mountain	
Big Bar Lake 	
Big Bar Mountain-Crow's Bar....
Big Creek-Robertson	
Bonaparte Valley	
Bridge River 	
Bridge Creek-Horse Lake	
Beaumont   	
Buffalo Lake 	
Buffalo-Canim Lake 	
Cariboo Main	
Lillooet District.
Road—Continued.
834 55 Chilcotin Main  $ 2,715 14
799 75 Canim Lake-McNeill's   1,901 35
605 34 Churn Creek-Hanceville   465 50
145 75 Clinton Station  461 15
200 00 Cayoosh Creek   358 34
29 30 Clinton-Alkali     832 50
204 14 Clinton-Alkali  (via Kelly Lake) 543 16
1.9S4 27 Canoe Creek-Churn Creek  701 77
1.069 17 Cooper Creek  610 00
1,032 47 Criss Creek   655 88
100 OO Deadman Creek  ,  313 03
100 00 Deka Lake  704 20
3.839 99 Dog Creek-Churn Creek  .• 200 00
 15 Geo. 5
Statement of Expenditure.
Q 61
Lillooet District
Road—Continued.
Eagle  Creek  $ 816 50
83-Mile House-Green Lake   30o 00
Empire Valley  152 50
Forest Grove  104 25
Foster Bar  299 00
Hat Creek   465 70
Hat Creek (upper)   200 00
Horse Lake   52 50
Jones-Dickie   1,120 77
Lillooet-Lytton  2,548 59
Lillooet-Clinton   764 72
Lillooet-Seton Lake   255 50
Lillooet Station   295 87
Lone Butte-Bridge Lake   2,266 86
McKinley-Lac la Hache   343 50
McKinley-Hamilton-Ogden   500 00
McKinley-Horsefly    154 00
Moon   100 00
Mound-Loon Lake  112 OO
North Fork   1,092 94
North Bonaparte   540 65
North Bonaparte (via Green Lake)        189 60
100-Mile House Station-Canim .... 1,420 95
127-Mile House-Springhouse   299 38
111-Mile House-Horsefly   100 00
Raphael-70-Mile House   96 75
Spider Creek   100 00
South Bonaparte   264 50
Seton Lake   91 50
Continued.
Road—Continued.
Scottie Creek $ 156 00
Springhouse  85 37
Tatlayoko  200 00
Upper Big Creek  400 00
Upper Dog Creek   103 40
Upper Deadman Creek   150 00
Watch Lake  194 62
West of Fraser River  213 75
Willowfield-Buffalo   '    343 50
Watch Lake-Lone Butte   300 00
Woods Box-High Bar   282 50
Trail-
Anderson Lake   100 00
Gunn Creek  187 80
Pavilion Ferry   91 75
Pavilion High Bar  81 75
Streets—
Clinton   78 20
Lillooet   198 86
Plant and tools  5,209 73
Camp equipment  708 15
Material   5,924 05
Stable   1,200 64
Supervision—
Assistant Engineer   3,816 05
Office   1,374 53
Auto     1,172 86
Total  $ 59,028 So
Road-
Bigg's   !
Brechin    	
Departure Bay 	
Extension 	
Five Acres 	
Frew 	
Gordon	
Gorge   	
Harewood   	
Jingle Pot 	
Marshall   	
Newcastle Townsite 	
Northfield  .-.	
Old Victoria 	
Right-of-way through Lots 15,16,
17, Sec. 1 	
South Wellington  	
Victoria-Campbell River 	
Nanaimo District.
Road—Continued.
129 25 Waddington    $ 787 86
120 52 Wakeside Avenue    76 50
592 16 Wellington  17 50
47 17 Streets—
1,883 14 Macleary     52 20
5S 00 Nichol   194 75
383 15 Pine  118 85
185 45 Twelfth, Chase River   2.e0 86
102 00 Plant and tools   455 97
170 50 Material   9 90
57 50 Ditching and drainage   2,314 69
242 61 Supervision—
31 50 Assistant Engineer   1,582 60
97 50 Office   237 15
Auto     223 59
557 10 	
10S 01 Total  •$ 13,357 44
2,239 46
 Road—
Mountain-Extension
Bealby    ,	
Streets—
Rosemont 	
South Nelson	
Nelson District.
Supervision—
398 11 General Foreman  $      180 OO
96 00 Office   36 00
410 74 Total  $    2,529 56
1,408 71
Road—
-Adshead  $
Ainscough   	
Andreas   	
Beck  	
Bennie	
Brenton   	
Brightman 	
Brooks   	
Bryant   	
Carmicnael and Vanden	
Code's 	
Departure Bay 	
East Wellington	
Extension 	
Fourth Avenue 	
Haro 	
Haslam 	
Heemer   	
Holden-Corso 	
Jingle Pot 	
Lake   	
Ladysmith Wharf 	
Lockner   	
Maxey 	
Michael and Hill	
Mount Benson	
Nanaimo Lakes	
Old South Wellington	
Quennell 	
Shepard  	
Southins 	
South Wellington 	
Takala	
Thomas, Yellow Point 	
Victoria   	
Neircastle District.
Road—Continued.
S6 16         Vowell $ 35 25
8 00        Victoria-Campbell River   4,017 85
92 15         Waterloo     650 15
77 32         Waterloo Crossing :  16 14
300 39         Westwood     30 00
82 48         White    306 74
60 OO         White-Cochrane   150 00
33 50         General  46 46
1,857 87 Minor Road—
174 00         Barnes and Fiddick   77 CO
21 50         Branden   46 00
99 00         Bell    51 60
373 45         Cloke   6 25
997 62         Clarke   93 50
6 25         Cordova    Ill 50
4 00         Davis     28 00
119 60         Forster   55 00
42 00         Godfrey     103 00
786 36         Gifford  6 25
493 55         Meredith     46 50
25 00        McLean     3 00
6 86         McMillan  22 75
381 76         Patricia  175 90
3,088 10         Spencer     29 00
96 46         Takelas     46 00
131 50     Sidewalks—Ladysmith   221 30
103 13     Plant and tools   933 20
93 00     Material   211 91
61 75     Ditching and drainage   1,180 79
146 30 Supervision—
3 50         Assistant Engineer   483 45
589 19         Office   161 62
32 50         Auto     Ill 39
450 07 	
1,135 45                    Total  $ 21,467 27
New Westminster District.
Road—
D.L. 172  $    1,240 58
New Westminster Bridge Approach        1,529 03
Total    $    2.769 61
 15 Geo. 5
Statement of Expenditure.
Q 63
Primary Road—
Vernon-Salmon Arm, Spallumcheen Municipality 	
Vernon-Salmon    Arm,    City    of
Armstrong 	
Secondary Road—
Armstrong-Salmon River 	
Monashee  ,	
Road-
Brickyard Gulch 	
Commonage 	
Creighton Valley 	
Deep Creek and branches 	
Eagle Creek and branches	
East Vernon Subdivision 	
Enderby-Grindrod 	
Eastside and branches 	
Fowler-Willett 	
Glenemma-Armstrong   	
Glenmary-Loon Lake 	
Grindrod Village streets	
Kamloops	
Kelowna 	
Kamloops-Vernon  	
Kedleston 	
Long Lake Drive 	
L. and A. Subdivision 	
Mabel Lake-Enderby 	
North Okan
..$    1,784 71
249 45
439
25
461
32
49
00
1,094
59
1,047
26
1,525
74
2,560
71
1,530 23
1,559 36
145
17
386
38
300
00
209
84
277
24
1,547
22
1,981
67
4,617
71
1,362
14
2,836
62
236 24
2,382
50
agan District.
Road—Continued.
Mabel Lake-Lumby  $    2,681 33
Mara Village   654 05
Monashee and branches   3,550 13
Mud Lake  1 00
Okanagan Landing   2,221 23
Oyama Fruit Lots  142 01
Pillar Lake-Pa-xton Valley   116 86
Salmon River-Enderby  S72 39
Salmon River Valley   3,123 30
Seymour Armi  143 00
6-Mile Creek   99 75
Sugar Lake and branches   1,312 17
Trinity A^alley  2,675 08
Vernon-Salmon Arm   3.S92 69
Westside and branches  1,839 74
Whitevale Subdivision   41 12
Woods Lake Subdivision   262 53
Streets—Lumby Village  307 08
Plant and tools   6,963 82
Material   43 50
Supervision—
Assistant Engineer   2,144 70
Office   2,041 69
Auto     1,012 75
Total % 64,726 27
Primary Road—Marine Drive-
Road—     .
Avalon Bay 	
Bargain  Harbour  	
Beach Avenue  (east)  	
Beach Avenue  (west)  	
Bowen   Island   	
Cariboo   	
Chamberlin   ...
Chaster   	
Cowan	
Crowder 	
Eagleeliffe  	
Gambier Island 	
Gibson-Sechelt 	
Grafton   	
Gibson Heights	
Grantham's Landing	
Henry	
Kearton	
Lower 	
Lockyer	
Langlois 	
Moodyville   	
Miller  	
North Vancouver District.
. $    1,337 5S Road—Continued.
Mintie 	
3 50 Mason 	
84 00 North   	
132 00 North-west Bay 	
25 75 Orange  	
209 93 Pratt 	
49 00        Paradise Valley 	
15 00        Pemberton Meadows 	
36 00 Pemberton Portage 	
142 25 Reid   	
12 30 Salmon Arm 	
33 25 Squamish Dyke 	
17 50 Shaw   	
1,544 30 Squamish Valley 	
200 00 Soldiers' Settlement ........
77 00 Tenquille Valley Cut-off
100 00 Wiren 	
40 00 Wilson Creek 	
117 50 Trail—
S9 75 Archibald	
147 00 Austin   	
50 00 Driston 	
714 71 Egmoiit   	
38 75   Grey 	
101 50
36 00
106 25
L.043 63
274 75
117 50
240 50
1,109 58
556 50
292 96
105 00
193 61
60 00
1,047 07
93 63
400 00
49 50
605 50
24 00
16 62
7 00
10 50
S 00
 Q 64
Public Works Eeport  (1924-25).
North Vancouver District—Continued.
Trail—Continued.
Garibaldi	
Grace Harbour 	
Healy   	
Skookumehuck 	
Saginaw 	
Tenquille   	
West Bay 	
Sidewalks—Squamish
24 00
Supervision—
46 39
General Foreman  	
        1.S45 03
43 21
Office 	
          512 97
30 00
Auto   	
            30 13
54 25
Launch 	
            92 52
.00 00
60
Total 	
 $ 21,962 53
57 35
Road—
Aldermere-Pleasant Valley   $
Adams Settlement 	
Aitken Settlement 	
Barrett  Station. 	
Bourgon Settlement 	
Bedore  Settlement  	
Buck River 	
Clarke's-Forestdale   	
Crow Creek 	
Chicken  Lake-Glacier 	
Chicken Lake (east) 	
Colleymount   	
Carnaby 	
Cronin   	
Driftwood Creek 	
Eudako-Francois Lake 	
East Side of Lake Kathlyn	
Eakin  Settlement 	
Hast Francois Lake	
Porestdale-Day  Lake  	
Glenn Meadow 	
Hudson Bay Mountain  	
Hazelton-Skeena Crossing 	
Hazelton-Aldermere  	
Hyne's Settlement 	
Hawkin's  Settlement 	
Hutter's Settlement 	
Hubert-Babine-Dome Mountain..
Houston-North Bulkley 	
Heal-Norris   	
Kispiox 	
Kispiox-Swan Settlement 	
Keefe's Landiug-Ootsa Lake 	
Kerr Settlement 	
Kitsequekla Valley 	
Lawson Settlement 	
Main Fraser Lake	
Nancy Settlement 	
McCabe Settlement 	
Mortimer Settlement 	
Morden Settlement 	
McKilligan Settlement 	
McClure Cut-off 	
Omineca District.
Road—Continued.
1,464 30         McDonald Landing  $ 303 41
100 00         Mile 106-Forest Lake   300 00
100 00         Molice Lake   37S 50
101 24         North Francois Lake   8,780 86
100 00         North Round Lake   825 85
263 48         New Hazelton-High Level  S03 35
232 12 New   Hazelton-South   Hazelton.. 326 37
400 00         Neal Settlement   300 00
150 00         Nine-mile   98 00
1,344 37         Norberg     250 00
22 50         Palling Settlement   758 36
468 65         Pleasant Valley   1,417 75
193 75         Poplar Park   265 75
33 75         Quick  School    11 00
81 25         Rosenthal     50 00
278 99         Rocher Deboule   157 50
300 00         Raymond Settlement   269 75
410 50 Smithers   Bridge - Hudson   Bay
150 00          Mountain    631 05
200 00          Smithers-Canyon  Creek    • 50 62
200 00         Smith  Settlement   158 57
1,921 11         Telkwa^Canyon Creek   2,024 45
2,165 76         Telkwa-Cauyon Cut-off   500 00
3,979 91         Telkwa-Howson Creek   50 00
1,018 49         Telkwa Collieries    50 00
96 74         Telkwa River  (north)     577 10
105 00          Topley   Settlement     122 23
311 08         Thompson     150 00
349 12         Uncha Lake  49 25
498 70 AVest End of Francois-Ootsa Lake 2,309 SO
2,S81 76         AVest Francois Lake   901 49
214 25 West  Side  of Bulkley,  Chicken
65S 00            Lake-Telkwa     4,135 07
299 37 AVest   Side  of  Bulkley,  Morice-
100 00             town-Chicken Lake  691 12
50 00         AVest Side of Skeena  (west)  340 50
4,699 24         West Side of Skeena  (east)    112 75
50 00         AVest Side of Kispiox   414 37
146 50         Widen Settlement   270 75
400 75         White Settlement   24S 40
96 25         AA'alker Settlement   109 00
150 37         AVakefield     273 50
200 00         General     157 50
 15 Geo. 5
Statement of Expenditure.
Q 65
Trail—
Brewer-Wicks   	
Chicken Lake 	
Driftwood Basin ....
Groundhog   	
Manson  Creek 	
North Trout Creek
Street—
Telkwa " A " 	
Plant and tools 	
Camp equipment 	
Omineca District—Continued.
Material 	
20 00     Stable 	
18 75     Shed at Burns Lake
125 62
917 90
1,129 64
172 50
50 00
7,913 2,1
1,136 62
Powder-magazine   	
Supervision—■
Assistant Engineer
General  Foreman  ..
Office 	
Auto  	
. $ 3,692
21
7,403
31
457
08
29
15
3,805
40
208
85
1,941
23
225
59
Total  S 85,858 45
Road-
Approach to Terrace Bridge 	
Ardagh 	
•    Breckenridge-Oopper City	
Bed'ore   	
Cedarville-AVoodcock  	
Clayton   (north)   	
Canoe Crossing	
Copper City-Kitimat 	
Corlette   	
Delkatla-Chown  Point  	
Firvale 	
Grant   	
Gold Creek-Usk 	
Gibb   	
Hagensborg 	
KitwTanga  AA'agon  	
Kitwanga-Woodcock   	
Kitwanga-Andemaul   	
Keith   	
Kohne 	
Kitsumgallum-Terrace 	
Kitimat   	
Kitsumgallum Main 	
Kaien Island	
Meanskinisht-Kitwanga   	
McPherson   	
Maroon  Creek  	
Port Clement-Meyer Lake  .'
Phillips Creek  	
Port Clements-Nadu River 	
Port Clements,-Tlell  	
Skidegate-Queen  Charlotte  City
Skidegate-Tlell   	
Sandspit-Copper Bay 	
Stonie-Atnarko   	
Terrace Ferry  	
Tian Point-Tow Hill 	
Terrace-Remo 	
Terrace  Bridge  	
Usk-Vanarsdal 	
5
Prince Rupert District.
Road—Continued.
F      235 00         Woodcock-Kitwanga  $ 498 87
294 50         West  Settlement   281 99
1,089 79         Waterfront     12 00
362 12         Walker  195 75
496 22         Zimachord River   70 61
814 85         Yakoun Point-Tow Hill   140 62
2,533 04 Trail—
657 30         Anaham Lake  220 75
160 00         Cedar River  188 00
1,387 76         Copper River   S06 45
529 17         Gold Creek    887 12
85 46         Houston Inlet   100 00
153 99         Kitsumgallum Lake Shore   138 00
5S 00         Legate  Creek    175 00
1,702 25         Ktovanga-Kitsequekla   339 50
416 95         Klinaklini     1,042 50
2,847 40         Oona River   630 90
140 00         Salt  Lake   478 48
264 75         Smith  Island    772 75
231 75         St. Croix Creek   136 00
191 50         AVilliams Creek  100 00
244 63         Yakoun  River    209 99
6,150 29 Streets—
6,613 22         Bella Coola   01 00
3,594 49          Ikeda     149 63
578 91          Port Essington   1,029 36
101 25         Port Simpson   499 73
64 3S          Port Clements    24 96
183 75         Skidegate   108 38
402 50         Terrace     847 23
860 30     Plant and tools   5,524 43
561 90     Camp equipment   85 28
1,739 77     Material  15,230 73
201 00     Stable   94 06
187 00 Supervision—
213 00         General Foreman   2,460 60
49 8S         Office   107 15
380 OO 	
874 50                       Total    $ 62,515 41
1,124 90
 Road—
Arrow Lake  $
Beaton-Trout Lake 	
Beaton-Comaplix 	
Big Bend 	
Beaton-Camborne  	
Craigellachie-Malakwa   	
Deepwater Landing	
Edwards 	
Fish River	
5-Mile  (south)   	
Galena Bay (south) 	
Hall's  (near Solsqua)  	
Hall's Landing (south) 	
Husted  	
Kelch   	
Le Beau 	
Malakwa-Johnson-Ross 	
Malakwa-Somerville 	
Malakwa-Erickson   	
Malakwa-ATenn 	
Michael 	
Montana Slough 	
Nichol 	
Power-house   	
Revelstoke-Arrowhead 	
Revelstoke (south), No. 52 	
Revelstoke (south)  (west side of
river), No. 54 	
Revelstoke   (east)  	
Revelstoke   (local)   	
Revelstoke (west) 	
6-Mile (south)  	
Secondary Road—
Granville Street  •?
Marine Drive 	
Road-
Marine Drive 	
No. 3 	
No. 5 	
River, Corner of No. 3 and River
University Bridge 	
Road—
Deschamps  $
Drake's and branches	
Merry  	
Rossi and-Patterson 	
Rock Creek 	
Rossland-Cascade  	
Stony Creek 	
Sheep Creek 	
Trail-Rossland 	
Trail-Rossland  (old)  	
Revelstoke District.
Road—Continued.
301 90         Sidmouth  $ 122 12
1,960 97         Solsqua-Bowie    28 13
12 75         Samuelson    18 75
1,467 15         Ski Hill   253 89
609 24        Wigwam   212 48
92 69 Trail—
76 87         Benier and Nelson   26 25
10 50        Beatrice    9 38
244 18         Big Bend  3,728 36
214 88         Carnes Creek   40 00
494 87         Dosonie Creek   75 00
55 03         Eva and Oyster   16 50
216 13         Fish River  (main)   41 25
32 00         Goldfinch     22 50
147 76         Halcyon    105 50
33 75         Keystone Creek   100 00
198 04        Mica Creek   9 15
122 00         Nakusp Hot Springs   21S 53
306 64         Pool Creek   164 38
25 00         Rosebery     118 00
50 00         Twineis     101 25
53 96 Streets—
1,143 28         Arrowhead     1,105 54
24 40         Beaton     1 20
5,414 08        Revelstoke   57 38
1,654 74     Plant and tools  2,582 82
Supervision—
1,109 74         General Foreman   2,422 50
895 60        Office  1,497 03
623 13         Auto     827 89
8,142 02 	
3,385 96                    Total  $ 43,025 04
Richmond District.
Street—Imperial    $ 1,294 39
1,015 80     Plant and tools   1,059 60
2,421 42     Launch    12 18
Supervision—
3,S82 59         General  Foreman    1,172 06
229 33         Office   1,011 81
62 82         Auto     378 87
35 59 	
31 50                    Total  $ 12,607 96
Rossland District.
Road—Continued.
191 37         Violin Lake  $ 268 61
87 84         General   20 00
25 77 Trail—
1,394 90         Murphy  Creek  50 00
174 50         Sheep Lake   50 00
575 20         Willingfore     40 00
140 00     Plant and tools  679 61
322 50     Supervision—General Foreman   180 00
3,975 26	
62 80                    Total $ S.23S 36
 15 Geo. 5
Statement of Expenditure.
Q  67
Primary Road—Gorge 	
Secondary Road—
Quadra,    East    Saanich,
Saanich   	
Road—
Burnside   	
Saanich District.
 $   1,686 67     Road— Continued.
Observatory 	
West                              Ross-Durrance
          000 54         Scott  	
Wharf Approach,
          935 60     Plant and tools	
Brentwood
$    1,468 82
618 25
271 00
35 7o
68 75
Helmcken   	
Holland Avenue
Primary Road—Fairview-Summer-
laud 	
Secondary   Road—Penticton-Nara-
mata  	
Road—
Allison-Copper Mountain	
Cross 	
Cedar Creek 	
Copper Mountain 	
China Creek 	
Darcy Mountain	
Dalby Meadows 	
Dog Lake	
Deer Valley	
Falrview-Penticton 	
5-Mile  	
Fairview-White Lake	
Fairview-Rock Creek 	
Fairview-Osoyoos  	
Fairview-Keremeos 	
Farleigh 	
Fairview-Summerland 	
Fish Lake-Nickel Plate 	
Granite Mountain 	
Granite Creek 	
Granite-Coalmont 	
Hembrie Mountain 	
Hope-Princeton  	
Hedley-Princeton   	
HedIey-20-Mile 	
Jura Station 	
Keremeos-Hedley   	
Keremeos Station	
Keremeos Junction	
Keremeos Creek Crossing 	
Kruger Mountain	
Kaleden-Okanagan Falls ...
Kaleden Townsite 	
Lowe Subdivision 	
Marron A'alley 	
Myers Flat-Okanagan Falls ........
McLean Creek	
1-Mile  	
587 00 	
55 00 Total  $ 6,627 38
Similkameen District.
Road—Continued.
32 00 Osoyoos-Sidley Mountain  S 702 95
Osoyoos-Similkameen   420 25
592 50 Osoyoos Orchard   177 CO
Oliver-Osoyoos   1,118 00
13 50 Penticton-Fish Lake  3,553 65
12 00 Princeton-Otter Lake   2,924 87
275 18 Princeton-Tulameen   7 00
474 10 Princeton-Stevenson Creek  21 50
51 06 Penticton-Summerland     901 38
91 87 Penticton-Carmi     113 00
28 50 Richter Mountain  22 50
04 00 Shingle Creek   CS6 75
332 00 Summers Creek   234 27
4,256 60 South Similkameen   480 75
231 IS South Keremeos   44 00
329 75 Similkameen City-Burr   12 00
474 00 Slate Creek   10 50
136 50 S. Okanagan Irrigation Project.... 553 75
54 75 Tulameen-Summit City   244 50
48 25 General     21 00
363 00 Trail—
42 25 Camp Rest-Nickel Plate  42 CO
35 66 Hope   74 00
310 00 Sterling Creek   94 50
131 25 Streets—
54 00 Coalmont   112 53
86 IS Hedley    68 50
1,786 53 Okanagan Falls   78 75
24 00 Oliver    80 00
73 73 Princeton   675 S2
2,886 18 Tulameen   307 75
1,346 15 Plant and tools   6,492 72
851 82 Camp equipment   160 48
127 50 Material   210 95
43 25 Supervision—
131 40 General Foreman  2,384 15
117 35 Locating Engineer   75 00
832 69 Office   727 40
087 50 Auto     507 46
268 50 	
184 25 Total  $ 42,697 55
414 S7
 Q 68                                  Public
Works Eeport  (1924-25).
Road-
Alexander Avenue  $
Appledale 	
Arrow Park	
Beaver Creek	
Belleview Landing	
Slocan i
189 55
46 25
31 71
114 00
126 22
69 89
133 75
149 58
22 73
355 00
46 31
100 25
1,158 95
2,556 32
1,485 20
17 95
158 40
7 58
72 80
1,290 08
17 25
286 SS
12 00
1,594 61
18 75
12 00
40 63
27 50
45 00
107 50
17 50
22 50
443 65
1,279 37
703 72
1,799 16
1,287 70
district.
Road—Continued.
Red Mountain 	
Renata Town 	
Reveller  	
$       266 65
71 13
5 63
Rambler Mine	
Sandon—Three Forks           	
47 50
Brookes   	
Brouse	
Burton City	
Sandon-Cody   	
152 50
Sandon Town 	
Silverton Town	
Shakespeare Avenue	
Standard Mine 	
227 35
431 18
Box Lake-Rosebery	
Crescent Bay	
30S 61
163 07
Cedar Creek 	
Cariboo Creek	
Slocan River (east)  	
Slocan River  (west)   	
1,827 13
2,319 70
Columbia River (west) 	
Columbia River  (east)   	
Edgewood-Vernon	
Slocan Star Mine          	
140 50
Stevenson   	
Springer Creek 	
12 50
255 63
Enterprise 	
Edgewood Cemetery 	
Three Forks-Bear Lake	
10-Mile Creek 	
AVhatshan Lake 	
Whatshan Falls                   	
240 06
235 64
Ellis	
Ewing 	
4-Mile Creek 	
26 25
124 73
Trail-
Arrow Park	
Black Bear 	
Elkhorn   	
Fauquier Landing 	
Ferret   	
250 00
13 3S
Goat Creek 	
Glenbank  	
Hewitt Mine 	
Harrison   	
47 50
8-Mile-10-Mile	
Evening Star	
4-Mile Creek 	
Hot  Springs 	
Jo-Jo 	
20 00
35 63
56 00
Jacobs 	
Lucky Thought	
Langill's 	
Little Slocan River ....
IS 50
IS 70
Kooskanax 	
Lemon Creek	
117 50
S4 75
McCormack  	
Lightning Peak 	
L.T	
43 88
North  Fork of Carpenter  Creek
New Denver-Rosebery 	
New Denver-Silverton 	
25 50
Lone Batchelor	
33 00
Monarch Group 	
46 00
New Denver Town	
New Denver-Three Forks 	
Nakusp Town 	
27 50
Millie Mack 	
131 05
Noble Five 	
26 25
Nakusp  (east)  	
Nakusp-Box Lake ...
Needles (north) 	
Needles-Fire Valley
Noonday Mine	
Passmore 	
Perry	
Payne 	
Queen Bess Mine 	
Ottawa Mine 	
Primary Road—
Lake Shore, 15a	
Lake Shore, 16a 	
Road—
Benvoulin   	
Bear Creek 	
115 70         Reco  30 00
311 88         12-Mile-Slocan City  18 00
15 00         Wilson Creek   10 88
28 75     Plant and tools  749 20
26 25     Stable   105 50
163 03     Supervision—
22 00         General Foreman   2,612 05
120 00         Office   1,538 34
20 00 	
4 50                    Total  ? 30,146 09
South Okanagan District.
Road—Continued.
. $   2,248 70         Belgo Subdivision  $ 632 60
56S 31         Bathville    8 00
Bulman Subdivision   21 50
110 00        Experimental Farm  55 00
111 00         Deep Creek and branches   3,007 45
 15 Geo. 5
Statement op Expenditure.
Q 69
South
Road—Continued.
Glenrose Subdivision	
Glenmore A^alley 	
Glenrosa Main 	
Gellatly-Lake Shore 	
Hydraulic Creek	
Harris 	
J. Rich 	
Kelowna-Vernon  	
K.L.O. Main	
K.L.O.  Subdivision 	
Lake Shore (Okanagan-Mission)
Lake Shore, No. 46 	
Lewis-Bailey	
Meadow Valley	
Naramata Subdivision 	
North Naramata 	
Okanagan Centre Subdivision ....
Penticton-Naramata 	
Peachland-Princeton 	
Rutland Subdivision 	
South Okanagan and branches ....
S.K.L. Fruit Lots	
Okanagan D
%        39 00
77 00
14
50
69 00
140 87
38
75
748
87
8,019
14
529
25
107
25
157
25
1,978
61
93 00
198
75
1,108
70
22
00
2,072
05
768
50
384
00
167
25
168
60
118
CO
istrict—Continued.
Road—Continued.
Spears    $ S6 66
Shingle Creek   16 CO
Trepanier   61 50
Woods Lake   2,377 17
Westbank-Kelowna Ferry  832 17
Westside     57 00
Westbank-Peachland    719 50
Westbank Subdivision   619 90
Woodlawn Subdivision  34 00
General     611 54
Plant and tools  4,918 25
Material  853 03
Compensation  (L. Ramponi)    100 00
.Lots purchased for tool-shed site .... 130 00
Supervision—
General Foreman   2,475 07
Locating Engineer  112 50
Office   1,654 53
Auto  2,002 99
Total  S 41,444 71
Soutlb Vancouver District.
Primary Road—Kingsway	
Secondary Road—
Hastings-Barnet   	
Riverway (Marine Drive)
Commercial Drive 	
North   	
Fraser Street 	
Knight Street 	
4,724 14
7,909 87
884 75
3 33
111 02
98 69
75 00
Supervision—
Assistant Engineer
Office	
Auto   	
841 90
350 94
329 62
Total  8 15,329 26
Road—
Begg   	
Bonnington   	
Carney's Mill  	
Columbia Avenue 	
Dickson   	
East Robson  (north)
Emerald Mine  	
Erie Townsite  	
Fruitvale Subdivision
Forty-nine Creek 	
Fraser Landing 	
Fern Mine 	
Granite 	
Granite   (upper)   	
Granite Mill 	
Harrop-Procter   	
Hudson Bay 	
Kootenay River 	
Knox 	
Trail District.
Road—Continued.
109 06 Lot 183-Willow Point  .$ 124 00
17 00 Marsden    322 50
75 00 Molly  Gibson    226 53
96 87 Molly Mine   197 76
613 50 Milestone    196 24
556 87 Nelson-Balfour     2,802 41
31 25 Nelson-Ymir    2,473 56
188 39 Nelson-United States Boundary.. 948 80
165 00 Nelson-Waneta   1,664 05
53 01 Pass  Creek    298 12
443 25 Pend d'Oreille   1,151 75
18 00 Procter   . 14 55
1,177 68 Rosebud Lake-Boundary   250 00
733 49 Robinson     71 75
75 00 Slocan River   955 92
735 96 Silver King   115 00
219 00 Trail-Castlegar     2,871 41
5,199 45 Trail-Sayward    1,908 72
352 59 Trail-Fruitvale     95 00
 Road—Continued.
Trail  (east)  	
Trail-Fort  Sheppard
Thompson   	
Yellowstone 	
Ymir-AVilcox   	
Ymir Mine 	
Webster   	
General 	
Trackage  (tool-house)
Trail—
Bayonne  '.	
Kokanee 	
Secondary Road—
Harrison Hot Springs
Road—
Ashcroft Town 	
Aberdeen Mine 	
Anglesey Estate 	
Benjamin 	
Back Valley 	
Botanic  Creek  	
Barnes Lake 	
Bates   	
Bridge Fill  	
Brookmore    ....
Cariboo 	
Cornwall   	
Coldwater 	
Chaumox   	
Colletville   	
Cache Creek-Savona
Cumming's    	
Cisco  	
Coutlee Mountain 	
Deadman Creek 	
8-Mile  	
5-Mile   	
Fish Lake 	
Grande  Prairie  	
Gladwin  	
George   	
Hope-Rosedale  	
Hope Town 	
Harrison Hot Springs
Haigh   	
Harper's Mill 	
Highland A'alley  	
Kamloops 	
Kawkawa 	
Kane A'alley 	
Lindley Creek 	
Lauder-Hawkins  	
Lytton-Lillooet   	
Lytton  Town  	
598 47
62 62
34 38
1,425 47
232 02
100 00
217 49
15 00
5 00
106 50
1,135 58
Yale District.
Streets—
Procter 	
Salmo   	
Trail   (east)   	
Plant and tools	
Camp equipment 	
Supervision—
General  Foreman
Office 	
Auto   	
245
59
539
6,972
165
1,965
1,071
651
93
IS
14
96
20"
80
25
82
Total  $ 43,152 85
. $      684 46
186
50
38
39
72
275
90
50
573
37
979
151
845
U484
369
570
75
106
3S
118
64
163
140
L,418
160
270
!,893
644
349
35
69
791
1,024
21
40
216
104
',225
498
35
00
00
60
25
08
00
00
00
50
08
45
45
46
37
22
00
00
25
00
25
00
25
96
00
00
88
50
94
52
25
40
07
75
00
75
50
13
15
Road—Continued.
Merritt City 	
Marshall   	
Midday Valley 	
Mamette Lake 	
Mill Creek 	
Merritt-Spences Bridge 	
Murray Creek 	
Matthews 	
Othell's    	
Otter A^alley 	
1-Mile	
Princeton 	
Pike Mountain 	
Petit Creek 	
Ray Lake 	
Sunshine Valley 	
Spences Bridge-Boston Flats
Summers Creek 	
Silver Creek 	
Savona   	
Upper Venables Valley 	
Upper Hat Creek 	
Upper Creek 	
Arenables Aralley 	
A^oight Valley 	
AA'oodward 	
Walhachin 	
Winch 	
Yale 	
Trail—Nicholson   	
Plant and tools	
Camp equipment 	
Material 	
Stable 	
Supervision—
Assistant Engineer 	
Office 	
Auto   	
7 50
12 00
167 25
689 00
157 50
5,225 61
100 00
45 00
78 50
826 44
984 47
1,729 51
308 25
409 75
45 50
25 00
2,656 22
17 50
116 63
76 50
125 00
404 00
10 OO
515 41
111 00
23 00
164 00
198 85
184 75
80 00
5,174 51
515 44
3,453 75
2,300 63
2,921 50
1,128 24
845 09
Total  S 52,798 12
 15 Geo. 5
Statement op Expenditure.
Q 71
Alberni
Alberni
Alberni
Alberni
Alberni
Alberni
Alberni
Alberni
Alberni
Alberni
Alberni
Alberni
Alberni
Alberni
Alberni
.Alberni
Alberni
.Alberni
Alberni
Alberni
Alberni
Alberni
Alberni
Alberni
Alberni
Alberni
Alberni
Alberni
Alberni
Alberni
Alberni
Alberni
Alberni
Alberni
Alberni
Alberni
Coombs.
Coombs.
Coombs.
Coombs
Coombs.
Coombs
Coombs
Coombs.
Coombs.
No. 1 ...
No. 2 ....
No. 3 ...
No. 4 ...
No. 9 ....
No. 13 .
No. 14 .
No. 15 .
No. 10 .
No. 17 .
No. 20 .
No. 21 .
No. 23 .
No. 24 .
No. 25 .
No. 26 .
No. 27 .
No. 28 .
No. 29 .
No. 30 .
No. 34 .
No. 39 .
No. 42 '..
No. 43 ..
No. 47 .
No. 48 .
No. 49 ..
No. 50 .
No. 52 .
No. 54 ..
No. 61 ..
No. 66 .
No. 67
No. 68 .
No. 79 .
No. 80 ..
No. 1 ....
No. 4 ....
No. 5 ...
No. 6 ...
No. 7 ....
No. 9 ....
No. 10 .
No. 13 ..
No. 19 ..
Erringtou, No.
Errington, No.
Errington, No.
Errington, No.
Errington, No.
Holberg, No. 4
Holberg, No. 5
Brioges.
Alberni District.
16 00 Holberg, No. 6  $ 230 SI
811 50 Holberg, No. 7   358 95
751 81 Holberg, No. 9  277 61
41 96 Holberg, No. 10a   208 91
7 50 Holberg, No. 11   20 00
13 50 Holberg, No. 15   8 00
8 94 Holberg, No. 23   10 63
84 81 Holberg, No. 34   2 06
92 46 Holberg, No. 35   4 00
3 50 Holberg, No. 30   4 00
10 00 Holberg, No. 29   4 50
899 74 Holberg, No. 37   4 50
62 66 Nanoose, No. 4   172 67
132 00 Nanoose, No. 3   60 16
370 37 Nanoose, No. 2   40 91
12 00 Nanoose, No. 5   963 30
18 50 Nanoose, No. 6   34 00
40 10 Nanoose, No. 7   91 52
33 50 Nanoose, No. 8   16 OO
22 13 Nanoose, No. 9   8 00
401 11 Nanoose, No. 10  391 50
513 43 Parksville, No. 1   19 00
187 99 Parksville, No. 3   390 30
2 98 .   Parksville, No. 4   930 35
110 98 Parksville, No. 5   51 50
91 67 Parksville, No. 6   29 50
179 54 Parksville, No. 7   103 00
129 05 Qualicum, No. 1   38 50
10 00 Qualicum, No. 2    .10 50
10 00 Qualicum, No. 3   67 25
173 15 Qualicum, No. 4   235 71
1 97 Quatsino, No. 4   265 71
I 31 Quatsino, No. 4a   39 50
49 16 Qualicum, No. 6   21 00
554 79 Qualicum, No. 7   26 50
103 30 Qualicum, No. 8   22 00
43 01 Qualicum, No. 9   13 50
5 87 Qualicum, No. 10   17 50
13 13 Qualicum, No. 11   14 00
63 77 Qualicum, No. 12   7 00
247 04 Stramby, No. 4  27 00
729 07 Stranby, No. 6   9 00
961 10 Stranby, No. 7   13 50
45 38 Tofino, No. 3   40 23
11 00 Ucluelet, No. 18   39 77
35 25 Ucluelet, No. 6   360 11
9 00 Ucluelet, No. 13   213 91
9 00 Wellington     16 00
21 50 General     1,204 18
15 47 	
299 50                    Total  $ 15,703 85
231 94
 Q 72
Public AA'orks Report  (1924-25).
Alice Arm Suspension 	
Bear River 	
Bitter Creek 	
Cascade Creek 	
Casca, No. 4 	
Casca, No. 5 	
Bridges on Bear-Nass Trail 	
Bernachez Creek 	
Falls  Creek   	
Davidson  	
Glacier Creek 	
Glenora, No. 1 	
Glenora, No. 2 	
Goose Creek 	
Granite Creek  	
Indian Creek  (Indian Mine Road)
Illiance   	
Anaham Indian Reserve 	
Antler  Creek   	
Big Lake 	
Beaver Lake 	
Beavermouth   	
Big Meadow 	
Burns Creek 	
Bortland Hill, No. 2 	
Bortlamd Hill, No. 3 	
Bowerman 	
Bouchie   	
Cottonwood, No. 1 	
Canyon  Creek   	
China   	
Chisholm Creek 	
Chilcotin.   	
Choate   	
Deep   Gulch   	
Dry Gulch 	
Dry Gulch 	
Deep Creek	
Eop   	
Falls Creek 	
General Creek 	
Horsefly 	
Knife Creek 	
La Bourdale	
Likely 	
Lees   	
Lynes   	
Material ..,	
Mackay   	
Mining Creek No. 1 	
Atlin District, Bridges.
11,36157     Kitsault  (East Creek)  $ 600 00
12,374 02     Kitsault   (suspension)     20 20
210 65     Marmot River   100 50
507 10     Nakina   (pack)     10O 00
200 00     Paul Claduc   1,523 40
150 00     South Fork, No. 67   300 00
990 2S     South Fork, No. 119   1,452 73
74 98     0-Mile  100 00
899 98     Snow  service    62S 75
300 00     Stewart-Hyder    596 96
895 00     Tooya    299 50
100 00     22-rtAIile    317 75
150 00     Little Tahltan    262 00
400 00     Trout Creek   10 00
1,122 05     Tahltan     3,S13 81
690 50 	
10 00                      Total  $ 40,022 33
Cariboo District.
3,047 00     Mining Creek, No. 2  $ 76 00
50 00     15-Mile    93 00
97 88     18-Mile    430 00
32 38     S-Mile    10 00
56 59     Nazko  20 00
65 00     Newton's     15 00
183 00     Onward     120 00
179 11     Pine Grove   90 00
204 63     Quesnel     555 35
231 62 Quesnel-Fort George Road Station 1,234 86
105 00     Quesnel-Fort George Road  21 00
4,557 25     Siwash     1,036 06
495 38     Squaks    73 00
35 OO     Syers     35 00
110 50     Sitkum    304 99
15 00     Slough Creek   238 67
411 92     Slough     155 65
25 CO     Spanish     11 50
30 00     Stephenson     249 12
524 59     Spokin Creek   167 85
150 00      Snowshoe     22 50
349 99     Smith Fork, Quesnel River   33 75
248 85     AATest Creek-Fish Lake Road   380 25
298 36     A'eda Creek   59 86
61 25     Williams Creek   852 25
200 00     AVingdam, No. 1   350 00
12 00     Wingdam, No. 2   260 00
286 25     Wingdam, No. 3   440 00
31 50     AVingdain No. 4   354 10
103 10     AVingdam Flume   493 02
826 71     AYillow River   150 40
210 00 	
75 00                    Total  $ 21,043 64
 15 Geo. 5
Statement op Expenditure.
Q 73
Chillhcack District, Bridges.
 $
72 34
Sumas   	
13 65
Vedder Canal  652 48-
Sumas Reclamation      33,679 07
Total    $ 34,417 54
Abel  Creek  	
Athalmer  	
Bott 	
Briscoe  	
Bugaboo 	
Blaeberry   (upper)
Channell   	
Campbell   	
Cauim 	
Copper Creek 	
Dola   	
Dutch Creek 	
Forster 	
Francis Creek 	
Firth 	
Firman 	
Finlay Creek 	
Hospital Creek 	
Hykwa   	
Horsethief  	
Kicking Horse 	
Kullagh   	
Anderson's 	
Blubber Bay 	
Cape  Mudge   	
Cedar   	
Cougar Creek 	
Cumberland-Headquarters
Curran's 	
China Creek 	
Cross-road, No. 1 	
Cooks' Creek 	
Courtenay   	
Courtenay Slough 	
Garven   	
Gowland 	
Gwilt 	
Howe   	
Headquarters   	
Harrigan   	
Jones 	
Jack Lake 	
Knight   	
Lagoon  	
Lund  	
Columbia District.
55
83
268
12
7S
91
9
7
138
383
921
113
27
9
S3
42
333
3
,095
4
63
170
50
70
4S
90
31
09
44
50
10
65
45
85
25
50
30
75
92
75
73
00
75
62
Kootenay  	
Latet 	
Lesook   	
Lamonte 	
Lapeep   	
Lapelle  	
Lapcosh   	
Laplash   	
Leadville, No. 199 	
Leadville, No. 210 	
McDonald Creek 	
Mineral  Creek  	
Page   	
Spillamacheen   	
Spillamacheen   (swing)
Toby High Level 	
Wilmer   (pontoon)   	
Watkins  	
General and plant 	
Total
Comox District.
417 88     MeKelvie  	
374 52     Minto  School   ...
303 34     May 	
8 00     McMillan  	
39 70     Oyster River 	
93 48     Powell River-Grief Point 	
233 81     Piercy 	
2,441 25     Power-house   	
403 51     Puntledge 	
122 39     Powell  River 	
95 06     Quinsam River 	
35 50     Rennison   	
11 03     Rosewall   	
255 22 Salmon River, Third Crossing
407 SS Salmon River, Sach Crossing ..
47 SI     Salmon River, No. 149 	
16 56     Salmon River, No. 154 	
597 38     Salmon River, No. 159 	
48 00     Salmon River, No. 166 	
165 03     School-house, No. 1 	
23 56     Sieverson 	
344 79     Sandhills  	
86 85     Stafford   	
$        66
40
88 50
1,622
.13
12
15
12
15
13
55
13
55
12
15
90 85
1,938
40
295
OS
416 68
151
SO
130 00
37
Ol
51
80
110 00
139
64
583
33
$    9,787
13
14
497 29
153 93
. 1 55
306 63
942 42
2 75
42 80
103 86
10 34
,917 15
138 70
6 00
;,448 14
,,862 59
424 53
496 49
105 00
62 00
33 50
5 25
24 00
11 00
24 27
 Q 74
Public Works Report   (1924-25).
Trent River ....
Thames River
Washer Creek
AA'aterloo   	
Wharf 	
Comox District, Bridges—Continued.
Wolfson Creek 	
White River 	
General and plant
227 86
17 50
218 31
43 50
212 91
2,536 21
12 25
123 14
Total  $ 36,584 42
Cotvichan District.
Alder Street 	
Barkley   	
Cavin   	
Cowichan  Station 	
Corfield   	
Clemelemlitz 	
Cowichan Lake, No. 69
Cowichan Lake, No. 70 .
Cowichan Lake, No. 67 .
Cowichan Lake, No. 6 ...
Colvin 	
Curry   	
Chernainus   	
Duncan 	
Dodd's   	
Doney  	
Elliott 	
Flett   	
Flats, No. 62	
Grant   	
Jordan   	
Keating's   	
Koksilah Crossing 	
Meade  	
Millett    	
13
95 00
51 25
8 25
270 64
38 11
71 50
25 34
25 53
36 62
140 38
42 8S
16 25
,489 01
95 02
136 16
43 00
35 30
30 00
510 15
165 26
53 60
607 52
98 87
7 00
S9S 37
McLennan   	
McCallum   	
Mcintosh   	
No name, No. 56	
No name, No. 69	
No name, No. 70	
No name, No. 76	
No name, No. 84	
No name, No. 67	
Pimbury 	
Quamichan   	
Riverside  	
Somenos 	
Sheppard's 	
St. Anne's 	
Slide  	
Twin, No. 104 	
Twin, No. 105 	
AA'ager 	
Arictoria-Campbell River
Vye   	
General 	
$   49 20
15
.80
740
35
20 00
10 36
8 44
4
eo
4
70
2
35
330
82
36
70
666
40
996 11
226
64
21
65
20
00
40
69
52
99
51
41
27
63
57
60
282
22
Total  $ 20,657 83
Bidder   	
Brander	
Bird   	
Boundary 	
Copper Lake 	
Colony   	
Cottonwood 	
Coulee	
Goatfell  (small)  	
Gold Creek 	
Guindon 	
Harold Street 	
Ha-ha Creek 	
Hospital Creek 	
Irishman Creek, No. 206....
Irishman Creek, No. 211....
Kimberley   (foot)   	
Kootenay Reserve, No. 81..
Kootenay Reserve, No. 82..
Kootenay Reserve, No. 83..
Cranbrook District.
3 00 Kootenay Reserve, No. S6..
260 74 Kootenay Reserve, No. 87-
72 00     Lippett  	
129 95     Marysville 	
8 95     Mark Creek, No. 129	
20 83     Mark Creek, No. 130	
127 20     Norfolk   	
537 42     McLure 	
103 94     Mc-Ginty 	
518 81 Matthew Creek, No. 205....
228 50 Matthew Creek, No. 105....
4 32     Perry Creek	
99 91     Pighin 	
821 71     Pitt Creek 	
625 36     Plumbob 	
229 97     St. Joseph Creek 	
164 70     St. Mary Lake 	
1,774 73     St. Mary Slough	
25 00     St. Mary Lake 	
49 50     Tata Creek 	
49 00
258 13
87 39
47 00
31 25
27 91
20 50
50 00
41 12
212 75
43 50
62 13
3 00
46 75
608 30
339 38
358 06
625 17
515 95
8 50
 15 Geo. 5
Statement of E.xpenditure.
Q 75
Thompson   	
AVard's Ranch 	
AVestport, No. 80 	
Westport, No. 24 	
AVestport (upper), No. 279
Cranbrook District, Bridges—Continued.
, $       102 18     Yahk 	
5
50
General
106
29
366
83
53
40
De
Ita D
istrict.
8,253 45
359 72
Canoe Pass 	
Campbell River ...
New Westminster
(south approach)
Total  $ 18,489 59
. $ 39,256 66
5 20
2,845 46
Total
Blaney   	
Alderside 	
Clark 	
Conley   	
Anderson   	
Coquitlam  River
Bell's 	
Dewdney   	
Graham   	
George   	
Eagle	
Giles  	
Hearsine   	
Haney 	
Hampton   	
Kanaka   	
Hatzic Pump	
Hopkins	
Harris Road 	
Hoy 	
loco, No. 5 	
loco, No. 6	
Kanaka  Creek ...
Indian  Reserve  .
Lamport	
Legaee   	
Lucy Harris 	
Dewdney
15 00
142 47
221 60
117 30
39 00
25 83
36 64
44 63
13 00
952 88
170 45
50 17
10 58
10 75
246 69
39 25
98 61
360 87
3,984 94
93 75
25 00
26 75
11 54
151 46
3,574 SI
61 24
4 60
District.
Mill, No. 2 	
Marcolen   	
McDonald   	
McKinney   	
McKay  	
Morton  Road 	
Montgomery   	
Nicomen Quarry
Nicomen 	
Que Alive Nich ....
O'Mara 	
Pitt River 	
Peart 	
Red 	
Ross, No. 162 	
Ross, No. 163 	
Sharpe   	
Silas   	
School-house 	
Silver Creek 	
Thather   	
Tom 	
Whonnock Creek
Yoemans 	
General   	
$ 42,107
32
$   12
53
^143 00
28
80
19
75
136
75
350
50
11
25
16 03
408
20
36
13
1
75
3,310 41
285
05
61
18
18 00
46
00
23
75
94 11
39
00
63
32
13
00
8
25
325 77
70 00
159 87
Total  $ 16,212 07
Bristol Creek 	
Burnside	
Duke's Road 	
Finlayson Arm 	
Fitzgerald  	
Goldstream, No. 120
Goldstream, No. 121
Goldstream, No. 122 .
Goldstream Cross	
Goldstream Creek ....
Goldstream, No. 30 ..
Hall's  	
Happy Valley, No. 37
Esquimalt District.
498 66 Happy Valley, No. 159 	
20 35 Jordan River Road, No. 45
275 36 Jordan River Road, No. 46
352 25 Jordan River Road, No. 47
484 43 Jordan River Road, No. 48
4,137 42 Jordan River Road, No. 50
40 25 Jordan River Road, No. 52
37 00 Jordan River Road, No. 58
476 49 Jordan River Road, No. 59
372 OO Jordan River Road, No. 60
233 56 Jordan River Road, No. 61
628 20 Metchosin Road 	
251 86 Metchosin Cross-road 	
8
32
2,199
24
1,105 23
980
34
250 00
45 00
562
83
47
50
49
50
26
00
543
48
197 39
18
75
 Q 78
Public Works Report   (1924-25).
Muir Creek, No. 115 	
Muir Avenue (no number)
Millstream 	
Esquimalt
 $
District,
161 69
235 92
114 01
49 67
29 65
206 18
251 79
299 25
20 75
526 39
733 00
64 68
112 56
352 67
3 50
138 66
123 64
Bridges—Continued.
Sooke River, No. 4 (Armour's)
Sherwood 	
Sooke Road, No. 96	
East San Juan Road, No. 101
East San Juan Road, No. 102
East San Juan Road, No. 103
East San Juan Road, No. 104
Waugh Creek 	
V.I. Trunk Road, No. 123	
V.I. Trunk Road, No. 126 	
V.I. Trunk Road, No. 128 	
V.I. Trunk Road, No. 130	
$       270 50
170 S7
146 62
Millstream Lake Road, No.
Millstream Lake Road, No.
Otter Point, No. 82 	
Otter Point, No. S3 	
Milne's  	
65
66
184 17
213 98
.      12 50
10 OO
14 50
Parsons .         	
65 63
Quarantine Station Road
Ross Road 	
171 16
157 44
Sooke Road, No. 89	
1,796 78
Sooke Road, No. 90	
Sooke Road, No. 93 	
Sooke Road, No. 94	
AM. Trunk Road, No. 131 	
V.L Trunk Road, No. 138 	
Generally	
141 19
2,157 14
510 36
Sooke Road, No. 95 	
Sooke River, No. 100 	
Total 	
.... $ 23,289 26
Fernie District.
Barn   $      100 94
Cedar Valley (west)   790 42
Eddy's   (Natal)         10,643 98
Doyle's  	
Dorr   	
Elko	
Elkmouth (small) ..
Elko Waterworks ..
Fairy Creek	
Fernie 	
5-Mile (west)  	
Flathead   	
French Camp 	
Hosmer 	
Loop   	
Little Fairy Creek
Lizard Creek	
2,019 67
613 79
1,680 65
42 51
377 48
117 00
250 60
80 38
15 00
3,243 69
5,282 23
2,236 89
196 36
102 23
Letcher's Siding
Michel Mouth ....
Old Town 	
Morrissey 	
Phillips 	
Quirk's  (north)
Rock Creek 	
Side Trestle	
Skookumehuck  ..
Tipple 	
Waldo  ;....
AVasa 	
Wardner	
AVilson Creek ....
Material 	
$       267
50
13,575
08
40 30
149
00
175
98
2,698
65
266
69
206
29
382
74
758
82
1.454
27
496
50
14
75
446
90
859
88
Total  S 49.587 23
Artho	
Black Creek	
Beaver  	
Baker Creek 	
Bailey 	
Boothroyd  	
Burnt Gulch 	
Corkscrew Creek
Cuzner   	
Cassler Creek 	
Chief Lake 	
Campbell, No. 1 ..
Campbell, No. 2 .
Clear Creek 	
Camp Creek	
Chinchickey 	
Cunningham   	
Fort George District.
453 54 Dome Creek	
106 75 Dore River	
344 00 Dunster   	
708 47 Eaglet  Creek  	
338 60 Erdman, No. 1 	
824 43 Erdman, No. 2 	
77 25 Grand Forksi	
102 25 Hall 	
5 02 High Trestle Creek	
61 25 Hughes 	
29 84 Indian Creek, No. 318
275 00 Indian Creek, No. 316
309 00 King  	
1,190 03 Rolling 	
72 75 Little Snowshoe 	
1 00 Moss Creek 	
15 50 McGregor 	
65 00
82 00
138 85
32 12
15 00
20 12
568 74
148 99
139 35
23 25
455 35
3 50
153 16
119 87
198 71
312 00
301 50
 15 Geo. 5
Statement of Expenditure.
Q 77
Fort George District,
McGaghran   S 289 62
McKenzie Creek   185 G2
Nautley  River    2,897 47
Nechako   440 84
Newman Creek   154 12
Nechako  (at Vanderhoof)    1,182 40
Nechako (at Fort Fraser)    141 18
Pilot Mountain, No. 1  243 25
Pilot Mountain, No. 2   297 36
Queen Street North, Prince George 5 62
Round Meadow, No. 1   Ill 27
Round Meadow, No. 2   108 94
Reade Creek   99 37
Red Rock Creek   72 50
Sargent   415 25
Stuart River   812 17
Stellaco  6,132 15
Scott Creek   150 00
Sand Creek   50 25
Sturgeon Point   15 00
Bridges—Continued.
Stone Creek	
Stony Creek	
Spinning Bridge 	
6-Mile Meadow 	
30-Mile  	
Tong Creek 	
Todd River 	
Thompson, No. 1	
Thompson, No. 2 	
Unnamed, Cariboo Road 	
Unnamed, Cariboo Road	
Unnamed, Fort George, Hazelton..
Aranderhoof Trestle 	
Willow River 	
Willow Creek 	
Yard Creek, No. 1 	
Yard Creek, No. 2 	
General  .'.	
31 50
110 50
68 50
98 24
22 50
231 55
327 95
145 93
145 94
5 50
191 50
326 09
7 75
552 70
26 50
266 95
247 40
4 13
Total  .$ 24,311 30
Beaulne   	
Beaton Ravine
Birley  	
Buffalo Creek ..
Devereau  	
Fish Creek 	
Gourlay   	
Doe Creek 	
Gardner   	
Charles 	
Cutbank  	
Fort George District (Peace River Section).
 $      227 00
  7 OO
  99 25
37 50
74 87
100 50
177 36
43 00
1,223 23
199 01
45 63
Pouce Coupe
Paul	
Quinn  	
Russian   	
Wilfred	
Unnamed	
Supervision ..
Material 	
Total
r                         7
50
200
75
75
12
328
37
430
66
3
50
36S 00
985
77
$ 4,643
02
Summary.
Fort George   ,524,311 30
Fort George (Peace River Section)       4,643 02
Total    $28,954 92
Grand Forks District.
Carson   	
Cascade  (lower)   	
Cascade  (upper)  	
Cooper   	
East Fork of North Fork
First Street 	
Fornelli   	
Franklin 	
Hardy 	
Boundary Falls
Blythe    	
Beaverdell	
79 50
585 23
60 50
239 38
35 00
193 00
732 50
38 00 Total
74 00
Greenwood District.
Lynch Creek
McCarthy 	
Sawmill   	
Suspension ....
Vaughan 	
Yale 	
33 12
57 00
208 20
Caron  	
Ingram  	
Kettle River
$   37
OO
110 00
34
88
18
50
18
50
97
50
2,353 49
19 00
500 46
737 07
 Q 78
Public Works Report   (1924-25).
Greenwood District, Bridges—Continued.
Midway   	
Mayers Creek
Sater	
AAresthridge   ....
437 82
70 65
12 00
57 00
AAThite Cabin ..
General 	
Total
26 00
179 25
. $    2,337 57
Islands District.
Chalet Road (North Saanich)
Hoggan (North Gabriola) 	
Main Road  (Galiano)  	
Galiano, No. 29	
Galiano, No. 41	
Allen's   	
Augusta   	
Avely   	
Berry's   :..
Blackburn   	
Bulman's  (Salmon River)  ...
Barriere River Forks 	
Barriere  (North Thompson)
Campbell Creek 	
Chase Creek 	
Carlin Gulch 	
Clearwater   	
Craven   	
Fusee   	
Forestry 	
Dilworth   	
Elson 	
Edmunds	
Harpers Camp, No. 1 	
Harpers Camp, No. 2 	
Jake Creek 	
Jones   	
East Bridge 	
West Bridge 	
Long Lake 	
1,106 45
16 00
136 00
204 47
105 00
Saltspring  (Fulford)
North Saltspring 	
Kamloops District.
77 17
122 77
25 00
95 00
175 00
130 35
478 00
246 00
85 10
197 38
1,364 75
40 00
159 20
230 00
160 00
498 23
90 30
248 76
100 00
99 40
188 31
25 00
679 33
280 80
146 50
Louis Creek	
Kamloops (Salmon Arm)
Mackenzie   	
Martin's Prairie, No. 1 	
Martin's Prairie, No. 2 	
McMurphy 	
Paxton Creek 	
Percival  	
Pritchard 	
Rose Hill 	
Savona  	
Sinclair   	
Syphon Creek 	
Shuswap 	
Skimiken   	
Skookumbridge 	
Stillwater Flats, No. 10 ...
Stillwater Flats, No. 13 ...
Stillwater Flats, No. 15 ...
Stillwater Flats, No. 26 ...
Stillwater Flats, No. 28 ...
White Creek 	
84 00
55 25
Total  $    1,707 17
$    7
10
299
75
499
62
130
00
130 00
177
60
300 00
199 56
429 90
180 00
146 00
110 00
77
82
260
60
237 CO
44
60
40
00
35 00
25 00
75
00
75
00
815
93
Total  $ 10,237 99
Alpine 	
Bunker  Hill  	
Crocker 	
Canyon 	
Coulee 	
Coffee  	
Canadian  	
Crawford Creek
Canadian  	
Cedar Creek 	
Canning   	
Duck Creek 	
Dog Creek 	
Flossie   	
Floyd   	
Kaslo District.
3 00 Gerrard   	
51 00 Gainor   	
251 25 Grady  	
446 88 Goat River 	
18 00 Koehle's  	
4 00 Kitchener 	
24 70 Kidd Creek 	
41 04 Kootenay A'alley
28 50 Jackson   	
48 95 Hagen 	
595 14 Hamil Creek 	
358 62 Hooper  	
500 00 Hascroft 	
376 35 Lardeau River ...
324 94 Leach  .'.	
116 89
36 00
206 82
1,349 90
849 87
2,139 34
43 75
1,036 86
4 12
62 75
835 87
9 00
235 76
4 00
376 90
 15 Geo. 5
Statement of Expenditure.
Q 79
Kaslo District, Bridges—Continued.
Lyle   	
Liberty Hill ..
Long Creek ....
MacPherson ....
Millie Mack. ..
Moir   	
Ridd   	
Simmons   	
Russell Creek
Robson   	
Silver Cup 	
Sproules 	
Antoine Creek  	
Alkali  	
Atwood Creek 	
Brigham	
Bridge River Forks
Big Bar, No. 1 	
Big Bar Forks 	
Big Bar Grinder 	
Big Bar Mountain
Bunting   	
Big Creek, No. 2 ......
Coldwell   	
"Churn Creek 	
Chasm 	
Coal-pits 	
Contingencies  	
Copper Mine Creek ..
Chilcotin   	
Dog Creek, No. 2 	
Dry Gulch 	
11-Mile Creek 	
49-Mile Creek 	
41-Mile Creek 	
Gang Ranch, No. 66
Gang Ranch, No. 67
Gaspard Bluff	
Hat Creek 	
Hanceville 	
Gustafsen 	
50-Mile Post 	
f;2-Mile Post 	
Lillooet Hatchery ....
8 25
3 00
3 00
591 00
29 75
4 00
149 88
149 86
249 68
248 03
48 00
8 25
Surprise  $
Trout Creek 	
Texas   	
Snow service 	
Victoria   	
AVynndel   	
Ward 	
William Road 	
Whitewater	
Generally 	
15 00
5 00
16 50
228 00
16 79
50 00
316 12
19 67
8 13
12 00
Total  $ 12,560 23
Lillooet District.
13
283
366
265
246
424
317
317
316
308
130
738
50
716
120
285
212
249
,010
237
335
249
81
968
254
254
264
311
77
262
200
201
20
20
00
64
98
22
50
50
67
86
00
72
CO
37
70
14
87
00
82
50
85
80
00
87
75
10
80
90
80
30
50
25
00
Lochore Creek  $
Lone Butte 	
Muskrat Lake	
McGillivray Creek 	
.McMillan  	
McNeil Trail, No. 1	
McNeil Trail, No. 2	
McNeil Trail, No. 3	
McNeil Trail, No. 4	
105-Mile Creek 	
Nordland  (suspension)   	
111-Mile Creek 	
116-Mile Creek 	
9-Mile Bluff	
Pavilion Hat Creek 	
Porcupine Creek  	
Roe Lake 	
Ruth 	
Seton, No. 1	
Seton, No. 2	
South Fork 	
Siwash   	
61-Mile Post 	
Tatla Lake 	
Tatla  Slough  	
AVard Creek 	
AVatson Bar 	
Tobacco Flats, No. 1 	
Tobacco Flats, No. 2 	
Generally 	
»  247
75
399 00
162
SO
242
56
107
90
546
08
503
57
385
57
555 OS
336
33
44
35
161
75
284
50
360 02
763
OS
249
75
1,276 12
312
93
28
50
28
50
1
15
248
99
251
53
199
50
198
00
299
02
300 00
345 SO
241
50
412
96
Total  $ 31,576 46
Nanaimo District.
Brechin   	
Cook's, No. 4 	
Chase River	
Dickson's  	
Dickinson's, No. 3
Dickinson's, No. 4
Gouriey's  	
Fiddick 	
Five Acre Lots 	
35 20
162 20
156 25
30 00
162 05
8 S5
109 35
41 30
96 59
Millstone, No. 1 ...
Millstone, No. 2 ...
Nanaimo River ...
Paterson's No. 3 ...
Twelfth Street 	
Bridges generally
94 15
352 76
694 29
20 70
56 00
28 69
Total  $   2,048 38
 Q 80
Public AVorks Report  (1924-25).
Cottonwood Creek
Nelson District, Bridges.
Newcastle District.
Brenton's  $ 55 90
Brenton Creek   76 40
Boat Harbour   40 20
Bush Creek, No. 1   93 15
Bush Creek, No. 2   146 11
Bush Creek, No. 3   26 85
Cassidy's     151 43
Diamond Crossing   472 80
Davis Creek   387 86
East Wellington, No. 1  11 70
East AVellington, No. 2  46 80
Evans, No. 45   169 00
Evans, No. 46   149 00
First Creek  (fill)    9,961 38
Haslam Creek (old)   163 39
Haslam Creek (old)   23,784 92
Jingle Pot, No. 1  .  287 26
Jingle Pot, No. 2   278 07
Jingle Pot, No. 3   75 95
Heamer's  	
Morrison, No. 1 	
Morrison, No. 2 	
Morrison, No. 3 	
Morden   	
Nanaimo   	
Old South Wellington
Patricia Road Creek ....
Patterson 	
South Forks 	
Swamp  	
Thatcher's  	
AVaterworks 	
AAraterloo   	
Westwood   	
Walker's   	
General material 	
$  1S3 6S
$   13
95
51
80
91
90
315
15
30
35
424
37
17
40
170
10
160 38
4
00
42
60
15
80
S3
44
199 90
45
85
6S
30
4
16
Total  S 38,117 62
North Okanagan District.
Ashton Creek
Ba.xter's  	
Bonneau 	
Brash   	
Cook's	
Davidson  	
Dry Gulch 	
Finlaison	
Enderby 	
Grindrod   	
Hardy 	
Kelso 	
Kingfisher  	
Lassie 	
Laurence   	
Maple Street ..
23 50
5,287 68
9 75
25 00
166 50
576 78
674 37
20 50
21 50
502 OS
S7 91
191 34
117 75
98 57
57 25
33 50
Mara   (.swing)    $ 447 79
Massey    481 73
McKay's   95 54
Reiswig     12 50
Ruck's, No. 1   496 19
Ruck's, No. 2   235 71
Swift     245 77
6-Mile    296 70
Siwash Creek   73 00
Trinity Creek   133 76
Unnamed    530 22
Unnamed    40 25
AVhiteman's   170 00
Total  $ 11,153 14
Birkenhead
Cool Creek .
Cheakamus
Beach  	
Chaster 	
Burns   	
Carter 	
Big .Slough .
Hill Point .
Hanbury   ...
High   	
Hammon ...
Kirk   	
North Vancouver District.
.%      190 09 James Creek 	
156 28 Magee 	
183 55 Miller Creek 	
100 00 Mamquam AVashout ..
235 60 Marine Drive, Nos. 3,
133 00 Nos. 5, 7, 9, 10 	
S 25 Nos. 8, 12 	
103 00 Notch. No. 1 	
157 79 Nameless. No. 2 	
83 50 Nameless, No. 62 	
58 00 Nameless, No. 69 	
Ill 79 Nameless, No. 03 	
61 00 Nameless, No. 04 	
7, 9
140 25
5 50
48 00
:,021 74
32 34
10 34
3 66
200 00
4 50
232 42
169 00
50 00
119 79
 15 Geo. o
Statement of Expenditure.
Q 81
Nameless, No. Ill
Nameless, No. 112
Nameless, No. 154
Nameless, No. 155
Red 	
Ryan 	
Ryan Creek 	
North Vancouver District, Bridges—Continued.
 $       250 00     I'illchuck   S
Burns Lake I
Buck River 	
Babine  Trail	
Baterne River 	
Dodd's Creek 	
Bulkley   	
Bulkley   (suspension)   	
Burns Lake   (trestle)   	
Cedar Creek 	
Endako, No. 1  ,	
Endako, No. 2 	
Goat Creek 	
Haguelgate   (suspension)   	
Hazelton High Level 	
Haynes  Settlement, Canyon Creek
Hazelton   	
Johnston   	
Kispiox 	
239 50
91 50
100 00
245 07
98 00
4 58
Smithsoii   	
Station 	
AVilson   	
AArest Arancouver
Total 	
Omineca District.
717 50     McEvoy Creek, No. 53
McEvoy Creek, No. 54
Mission Creek	
Moricetown  	
Nadina  	
Quick   	
Porphyry Creek 	
Savory Creek 	
Smithers   	
Skeena   (suspension)   ..
Telkwa 	
General   	
31 00
32 50
35 00
911 33
4 00
500 00
693 00
300 00
2,897 98
2,902 11
91 00
2,796 36
31 50
99 70
496 83
947 32
122 63
59 38
51 12
24 25
156 50
244 68
Less credit
-$
6,183 07
.$
98 12
112 50
46 00
3 75
222 25
307 75
25 00
3,006 05
399 50
696 55
17,206 92
150 00
$
36,784 15
OS
Total   $ 36,784 07
Prince Rupert District.
Alwyn  Creek   $ 31 06
Bruce Creek   452 02
Bohler     27 05
Canyon   Slough     25 15
Canoe Crossing   97 OO
Clayton (Bella Coola River)   2,263 46
Clayton Road (north) (small road) 248 99
Clayton Road (north) (Indian Slough) 481 00
Douglas Creek   79 50
Deep Creek   654 31
Delkatla   Slough  9,514 42
Eby's   6 32
Fiddler Creek   49 84
4-Mile    200 73
Gilbert     25 70
Johnston Creek   50 00
Kitwancool River    906 2S
Lome Creek   95 51
Lamb Creek   10 00
Phillips Creek Road, No. 1   40 00
Phillips Creek Road, No. 2
Necleetsconuay 	
Queen Charlotte City 	
Saloomt   	
Skimlick   	
Sangon River 	
Spring Creek  	
Snow service 	
Terrace Slough 	
Taylor Creek  	
Thorsen Creek, No. 1 	
Tea Creek  	
Vanarsdol, No. 1 	
Vanarsdol, No. 2 	
White Creek 	
Zimacord Road 	
Generally   	
50 50
553 06
680 26
291 61
48 00
107 OO
113 01
131 36
215 08
25 00
67 84
84 94
40 00
40 21
216 25
31 24
504 55
Total
18,470 85
Anderson  	
Beaton-Comaplix 	
Clanwilliam   (overhead)
Columbia  	
Revelstoke District.
2 25     Cranberry Creek
27 00
26 00
4,727 58
Col ling's 	
Campbell's 	
Bridge Creek
90 00
5 00
31 00
5 75
 Q 82
Public Works Report  (1924-25).
Revelstoke District, Bridges—Continued.
Creek, No. 2  $ 20 00
Crowle's Ranch   23 00
Downie  Creek    66 10
8-Mile Creek  ,  440 02
Eagle River, No. 156   42 00
Eagle River, No. 164  603 73
Eagle River, No. 106  ..,.....„..,.. 70 50
Eagle River, No. 169   310 74
Eagle River (Sicamous), No. 172.... 90 88
5-Mile  (Big Bend Road)    2 70
Gulch  (Arrowhead North Road).... 30 50
Kelch     412 20
Greely     77 80
Kay Falls    42 00
Hill Creek, No. 103   22 50
Hill Creek, No. 104  ,  13 13
Halfway Creek   .  4S 00
Jeiming Creek   7 50
Halcyon    81 80
Lower Illecillewaet   0S6 01
Upper   Illecillewaet     2,927 GO
Malakwa-Erickson    315 00
Malakwa-Anderson  131 09
Mcintosh $ 26 75
Mammoth     352 20
Mackenzie Creek   34 84
Malakwa, No. 135   21 00
Menklnick Creek   S2 50
9-Mile    13 25
Nichol, No. 1  ,  210 43
Nichol, No. 2   22 40
Pool  Creek    50 00
Sicamous  (foot)    10 00
Sand   and   Slide   Trestle,   No.   48
(Big  Bend)     133 40
Sand   and   Slide   Trestle,   No.   49
(Big Bend)    92 75
Sliver Creek Trail  12 00
Side-hill Trestle ..,.,  47 CO
Slough   (Solsqua)     €5 97
Slough (AA'est Road), No. 149  20 00
Slorgh   (Arrowhead  North)  44 00
Slough  (AVest Road), No. 150  10 00
Snow  service    865 92
Total  $ 13,494 54
Richmond District.
Eburne  $ 4,671 31
  192 86
  159 76
Marine Drive, No. 1
Marine Drive, No. 2
Total  ?    5,023 93
Deschamps Road (north),
Deschamps Road (north),
Deschamps Road (north),
Deschamps Road (north),
Deschamps Road
Trail-Rossland Road, No. 1
Trail-Rossland Road, No. 2.
Trail-Rossland Road, No. 3.
No.   Ib!
No.  2b
No.
No.
3b
4b
(north),  No.  5b
Rossland District.
20 25 Trail-Rossland Road, No. 4	
20 00 ' A'ioliu Lake Road 	
20 00 Rossland-Patterson   	
30 00 Deschamps Road  (north), No. 1....
249 42 Deschamps Road  (north), No. 2.
22S 53 Deschamps Road  (north), No. 3.
424 79
175 95 Total  $    1,410 77
$   37
88
29
95
105
00
24
00
20
00
25
00
Saanich District.
Craigflower  $
36 13
Similkameen District.
Allison-Copper Mountain, No. 1
Allison-Copper Mountain, No. 4
Hedley-Princeton   	
Hope—Princeton   	
Granite Creek 	
1-Mile, No. 2 	
Okanagan Falls 	
Okanagan River 	
Penticton-Summerland   	
179 25
149 50
53 75
94 25
21 00
213 80
35 75
26 60
257 95
Princeton,   	
Princeton-Otter Lake, No. 127
Princeton-Otter Lake, No. 134
Sterling Creek, No. 2 	
Sterling Creek, No. 3 	
South Keremeos, No. 1 	
16 50
299 65
75 00
50 00
177 00
841 50
Total  $    2,491 50
 15 Geo. 5
Statement of Expenditure.
Q 83
Arrow Park (north), No. 1 	
Arrow Park (south), No. 2	
Arrow Park (south), No. 3	
Arrow Park (south), No. 4 ....
Arrow Park (south), No. 5	
Arrow Park (south), No. 6 .....
Arrow Park (south), No. 7	
Arrow Park (south), No. 8	
Arrow Park (south), No. 14	
Arrow Park (south), No. 19 	
Arrow Park (south), No. 20	
Appledale 	
Bear Lake, No. 1 	
Broadwater 	
Colegrave's   	
Cariboo Creek 	
Columbia River Road, No. 10	
Columbia River Road, No. 13 	
Columbia River Road, No. 12	
Columbia River Road, No. 43	
Columbia River Road, No. 44	
Columbia River Road, No. 53 	
Columbia River Road, No. 54	
Columbia River Road, No. 28	
Columbia River Road, Nos. 29, 30
Columbia River Road, No. 77	
Columbia River Road, No. 78 	
Columbia River Road, No. 48	
Columbia River Road, No. 57 	
Columbia River Road, No. 59	
Columbia River Road, No. 60	
Columbia River Road, No. 71 	
Columbia River Road, No. 72 	
Columbia River Road, No. 73	
Columbia River Road, No. 74 	
Columbia River Road, No. 75 	
Oody	
Columbia River, Nos. 79, 80 	
Columbia River Road, No. 50	
Crescent Bay Road	
Columbia River Road	
Columbia River Road	
4-Mile Creek, Nos. 33, 143, 146 	
4-Mile Creek, Nos. 1, 2, 140, 142 ...
Ferret's Road 	
8-Mile Creek	
Goat Creek 	
4.Mile Creek	
Kooskanax 	
Bear Creek 	
Canyon Creek 	
Camp Creek, No. 2 	
Camp Creek, No. 3 	
Camp Creek, No. 4 	
Slocan District, Bridges.
$          1 88     Harrison Road $ 5 63
12 31     McCormack's Road   12 25
25 SO     New Denver-Rosebery   415 84.
17 36    New Denver-Silverton  25 94
43 05"     Nakusp-Box Lake   10 00
14 25     Nakusp   64 13
58 38 North   Fork   of   Carpenter   Creek,
5 50         No. 160a   56 35
46 00 North   Fork   of   Carpenter   Creek,
32 00         No. 160   1,822 68
29 61     Perry's     63 76
141 20     Passmore, Nos. 33, 162   564 24
51 88 Passmore, Nos. 33, 162a (4-Mile).... 27 50
25 00     Red Mountain Road   182 51
10 00     Republic Road  48 00
96 40     Slocan City   207 09
270 77     School   304 97
225 90 Slocan River Road, Nos. 33, 18S .... 236 94
17 25     Slocan River Road, No. 1   24 00
148 38     Slocan River Road, No. 2   50 12
150 00     Slocan River Road, No. 3   34 01
142 90 Slocan River Road, No. 10 (Lemon
50 63         Creek)      811 10
86 50 Slocan River Road (west), No. 3.... 23 41
31 15 Slocan River Road (west), No. 4.... 27 76
26 63     Shakespeare Avenue  41 37
25 00     Snow service   18 75
74 94 Slocan River Road (east), No. 3 .... 7 00
25 00 Slocan River Road (east), No. 4 .... 7 00
25 00 Slocan  River Road   (east),  No.  5
25 00         (Boulder Creek)     8 00
52 50 Slocan River Road (east), No. 8 .... 186 95
49 00 Slocan River Road (east), No. 9 .... 33 31
51 03 Slocan River Road (east), No. 10 .. 37 01
50 50     Springer Creek, No. 3   7 50
48 31      Springer Creek, No. 4   48 00
46 75 Three Forks-Sandon, Nos. 1, 211.... 49 62
56 50 Three Forks-Sandon, Nos. 2, 212.... 27 18
65 78     10-Mile, No. 3   40 50
5 75     10-Mile, No. 4   81 25
61 50     10-Mile, No. 5   36 00
12 50     10-Mile, No. 6   62 75
186 45     10-Mile, No. 8  30 25
35 05     AVinlaw      1,820 96
9 25     AVhatsham    126 64
S26 38     Vallican     331. 66
1,546 28     AVonderful Trail   17 50
279 23 	
637 09 Total  $ 13,992 95'
South Okanagan District.
$      127 05     Duck Creek, No. 1   268 41
508 14     Duck Creek, No. 2   438 71
25 CO     Duck Creek, No. 3   472 86
25 00     Duck Creek, No. 5   529 00
25 00     Mill Creek   15 25
 Q 84
Public Works Report  (1924-25).
South Okanagan District, Bridges—Continued.
Mission
Mission
Mission
Mission
McDoug.
Powers
Slough,
Slough,
Slough,
No. 1
No. 2 ..
Creek,
Creek,
Creek, No. 3
Creek, No. 4
all Creek 	
Creek 	
No. 52 	
No. 53 	
No. 58 	
21 SO
114 50
114 50
9 00
200 29
454 42
96 00
27 86
12 40
Slough, No. 62 	
Smith Creek 	
Sawmill Creek 	
Trout Creek, No. 1
Trout Creek, No. 2
Trout Creek, No. 3
6 60
141 00
128 75
117 25
8 75
183 75
Total  $   4,131 29
Hastings-Barnet
Mill  	
South Vancouver District.
1,497 92
20 75
Total  S    1,518 67
Trail District.
Birchbank Gulch (Castlegar Road)
Carney Mill 	
Cottonwood Creek 	
Castlegar   (foot)   	
Granite Road, No. 4 	
Granite Road, No. 5 	
Knox Road, No. 1	
Knok Road, No. 2 	
Knox Road, No. 3 	
Knox Road, No. 4 	
Knox Road, No. 5 	
Kootenay River Road, No. 3	
Kootenay River Road, No. 4	
Nelson-Balfour Road, No. 11	
Nelson-Balfour Road, No. 12	
Nelson-Balfour Road, No. 13	
Nelson-Balfour Road, No. 14	
Nelson-Balfour Road, No. 16	
Nelson-Balfour Road, No. IS	
Nelson-Balfour Road, No. 19	
Nelson-Balfour Road, No.   2	
Nelson-Balfour Road 	
Nelson-Ymir 	
Nelson-AVaneta Road 	
Nelson-United States Boundary	
Nelson-AVaneta   	
Pass Creek Road, No. 1	
Pass Creek Road, No. 2	
Pass Creek Road, No. 3	
Pass Creek Road, No. 4	
Pend  d'Oreille 	
2,503 64
1 00
1S5 15
383 42
1 90
1 S5
5 92
30 00
49 50
44 OO
42 00
225 75
106 54
51 ;~4
45 00
52 00
97 00
45 00
45 00
809 94
32 00
45 15
10 55
170 40
42 00
211 20
464 68
639 40
656 OS
73 75
94 37
Reno Mine Road, No. 1	
Reno Mine Road, No. 2	
Reno Mine Road, No. 3	
Sharp's 	
Slocan River (Shoreacres) 	
Slocan River Road,, No. 2	
Sullivan Creek 	
Shoreacres 	
Yellowstone Road  (at Salmo).
Yellowstone Road, No. 1	
Yellowstone Road, No. 7	
Ymir-AAIleox Road, No. 1	
Ymir Mine Road 	
Taghnm   	
Trail-Fort Sheppard, No. 1	
Trail-Fort Sheppard, No. 2	
Trail-Castlegar, No. 3 	
Trail-Castlegar, No. 4 	
Trail-Castlegar, No. 7 	
Trail-Castlegar, No. 8 	
Trail-Castlegar, No. 9 	
Trail-Castlegar, No. 10	
Trail-Castlegar, No. 11	
Trail-Fruitvale Cut-off 	
Trail-Rossland Road 	
Trail-Sayward Road 	
Trail  (Columbia River) 	
Generally 	
2C0 CO
274 50
274 00
168 75
243 15
5 00
901 11
166 25
546 32
1,971 96
25 25
510 48
54 87
358 90
45 00
26 00
35 00
39 00
38 00
60 6S
100 04
60 81
37 00
6 87
6 00
29 75
55 00
69 90
Total  S 13,475 32
Armitage   $
Alexander Cable Crossing (Spuzzum)
Ashcroft 	
Beaks   	
Bluff, No. 85 	
Yale District.
936 42     Bluff, No. 89  $ 108 68
1,337 05     Colletville     239 23
14 20     Canford     24 65
1,071 79     Chapman    124 75
6 00     Chaumox Road (unnamed, No. 57) 24 50
 15 Geo. 5
Statement of Expenditure.
Q 85
Yale District, Bridges—Continued.
Coquihalla  $ 35 50
Curnow  443 50
8-Mile    117 75
Flood's    15 25
Douglas Lake   1,154 70
Gavelin     19 25
Grande  Prairie    123 50
Hope-Rosedale Road, No. 11  40 00
Hope Rosedale Road, No. 15  37 45
Haulis  Creek   26 00
Harper's Mill   2,947 87
Hope   6,886 78
Lytton-Lillooet Road  518 15
Lorenzette Creek   260 09
Jones Creek, No. 26  4S 00
Jones Creek, No. 27  25 50
Kaignan   9 50
Kirby     385 00
Minnabarriett   244 95
Middlesboro   15,495 47
Nicola-Princeton Cut-off, No. 1  238 20
Nicola-Princeton Cut-off, No. 2  6S4 43
Nameless, No. 32 	
Nameless, No. 33 	
Oregon Jack, No. 1 	
Oregon Jack, No. 2 	
Oregon Jack, No. 3 	
Quilchena (1 mile south)	
Spences Bridge 	
Salt Spur 	
Sunshine A'alley 	
Silver Creek 	
Thynne 	
10-Mile   	
Unnamed, No. 68 	
Unnamed, No. 94 (Spences Bridge-
Ashcroft Road)  	
Unnamed, No. 167 (Merritt-Princeton) 	
Unnamed, No. 165 	
Ward	
$
6 50
9 50
141 50
193 50
286 50
207 15
703 91
203 22
5 47
11 50
20 00
207 95
245 50
220 54
299 42
869 48
237 61
Total  $ 37,513 36
Bridges generally.
Expenditure  $    4,879 93
Wharves.
Cowichan—Cowichan Bay  $      792 62
Prince Rupert—
Bella Coola    $982 27
Cow Bay—Launch Harbour     185 93
Salt Lake Float    750 00
       1,918 20
Saanich—Mill Bay Ferry Landings     20,604 47
Revelstoke—Hall's Landing   42 26
Similkameen     59 00
Total $ 23,416 55
Prince Rupert Wharf.
Expenditure  $ 13,885 88
Road Machinery.
Expenditure  § 84,573 09
Launch " I'll Away."
Expenditure  $    2,525 14
Contingencies.
Expenditure  $ 11,848 91
 Q 86                                  Public
Works Report  (1924-25).
Maintenance of Main Trunk Roads.
Cariboo—;
Fernie—Continued.
Road—Quesnel-Fort George  Sp
5,004 80
Road—Continued.
Comox—
Fernie-Hosmer 	
.$       619 95
Road—
Fort Steele-Columbia 	
081 00
Cumberland-Comox Lake 	
497 99
Hosmer-Michel 	
1,063 24
Howard's	
599 99
Jaffray-Elko 	
43 50
Victoria-Campbell River 	
3,001 30
Michel-Crowsnest   	
137 50
Columbia—
Morrissey-Fernie	
1.061 06
Road—Columbia River	
3,491 39
Sheep Creek-Columbia 	
715 50
Delta—
Wardner-Jaffray	
59 00
Secondary Road—Scott 	
2,347 00
Wasa 	
332 50
Dewdney—
Kaslo—
Road—
Road—
Dewdney Trunk, Section 1 	
9,597 07
Creston (west)	
1,154 89
Dewdney Trunk, Section 7
38 08
Kaslo Creek  (South Fork)	
980 25
Esquimalt—
Nanaimo—
Road—
Road—Comox 	
1,7S7 79
Colwood  $
776 45
Newcastle—
Fitzgerald Cut-off 	
763 88
Road—Nanaimo Lakes 	
3,588 16
Goldstream (Malahat) 	
2,368 06
North A'ancouver—
Island Highway 	
79 50
Road—
Location   of   Island  Highway,
Gibson-Sechelt	
1,929 80
Malahat Indian Reserve 	
60 00
Kearton   	
1,430 50
McKenzie-Luxton   	
10 00
Revelstoke—
Metchosin	
10 00
Road—Revelstoke (west) 	
1,015 73
AM. Trunk Road (Malahat)....
16,242 40
Richmond—
Fernie—
Road—Marine Drive	
3.500 00
Road-
Bull River-Fort Steele	
914 75
Total 	
. $ 67,274 12
Elko-Morrissey	
Steamboats,
1,371 09
Ferries,
and Bridge-tenders.
(Vote 252.)
Ferry—
Ferry—Continued.
Agassiz-Rosedale  $
9,137 16
Fort Fraser 	
. $       915 13
Avola	
820 00
Gravel's (Quesnel River)  	
806 90
Alexandria	
1,985 43
Grease Harbour 	
445 50
1,637 83
312 00
Birch Island 	
1,385 70
Hall's Landing 	
6,214 65
971 72
Hammond   	
106 24
Braeside 	
1,399 69
Hazelton	
2,236 61
Big Bar 	
Bridge River  :	
1,241 40
Harrop—Long Beach
4.064 69
373 10
3,501 43
Hulatt	
High Bar 	
1.004 79
Castlegar 	
1,161 05
Chinook Cove 	
933 89
Indian Reserve 	
1,401 70
Clearwater Crossing 	
1,400 26
Isle de Pierre 	
3,096 90
Copper City 	
144 00
Kelowna-Westbank 	
5,023 55
Cedarvale	
882 88
Kitsault  	
500 55
Chilliwack-Harrison 	
1,200 00
Kitwanga 	
1.040 20
Ducks 	
941 12
1,648 21
Kootenay R. Reclamation Farm
Ladner-Woodward   	
2,253 19
Donald  	
.     27,067 18
East Summerland 	
3,260 00
Lytton 	
1,008 35
Finmore 	
1,989 49
Mission 	
.     16,123 24
Francois Lake 	
7,289 51
Mount Olie	
1,256 02
Flagstone (Brulotte) 	
100 38
Macalister 	
1,836 06 .
 15 Geo. 5
St.\tement of Expenditure.
Q 87
Steamboats, Ferries, and Bridge-tenders—Continued.
Ferry—Continued,.
McBride 	
McLure Station 	
Nelson 	
Needles-Fauquier   	
Parson   	
Pavilion  	
Pacific 	
Quesnel 	
Remo	
Sorrento-Scotch Creek
Squilax 	
Soda Creek  ....
Saanich Inlet 	
Terrace 	
Takla Lake 	
Taylor Flats 	
925 86
884 65
8,308 18
501 00
140 81
1,063 54
539 95
5,804 25
788 50
2,6S6 95
1,199 58
1,500 00
51 10
1,693 54
200 00
1,950 95
Ferry—Continued.
12-Mile	
Usk  	
Aravenby 	
A'insulla  	
AA'oodjam 	
Bridge-tender—
Canoe Pass 	
Eburne  	
Kamloops 	
Pitt River 	
Steamboat Subsidies—
Shuswap Lake 	
Arrow Lake-Beaton
? 4,984
65
2,378
36
922
69
873
40
109
39
1,120 CO
2.835
SO
1,060 60
1,6S0 00
4.000
00
3,900
00
Total  $172,311 51
Alberni—Parksville Settlement  $
Dewdney—
Deroche-Harrison Bay	
Hastin.gs-Barnet           5.
Ioco-Sunnyside   	
River        4
Salvaster          5
Esquimalt—
Admiral's 	
Albert Head	
Atkins 	
Belmont  	
Beresford	
Battersby 	
Burnside   	
Church  	
Colwood    -..:...
Craigflower	
Denman  	
East Sooke	
Finlayson Arm   ........
Fitzgerald Cut-off         5.
Goldstream   	
Grant   	
Happy A'alley 	
Helmcken 	
Jordan River	
Millstream 	
Maple Avenue 	
Metchosin   	
Otter Point 	
Plowright .	
Poirier  	
Relief-work.
(Vote 252a.)
Roads.
565 98 Esquimalt—Continued.
Quarantine    $ 56 00
819 58         Rocky Point   500 24
,976 21         Ross-Durrance   200 00
247 75         Shirley    3S2 62
,477 16         Sooke     1,947 00
,072 13         Station    20 00
Shawnigan Lake   150 00
249 00         Thetis Lake   250 31
110 93         Vietoria-Campbell River   17 50
245 03         Vancouver Island Trunk   564 08
250 00         Wright's   64 51
179 77 Fernie_
11 75 International   Highway   (Crows-
49     00                                -.gg,..         Q-QQ    95
80 03 International Highway (Hairpin) 10,970 33
217 40         Destitute supplies   304 50
<S0 00
335 65 Fort George—
579 00          Cariboo   1,702 97
136 50          Fort George-Chief Lake  54 25
157 25         Hartley Flats-Shelley   751 S7
22 16        Nechako Bridge Fill   697 86
104 C3         Prairiedale School   149 98
471 63         Rolla-Fort St. John   991 83
141 25         Aranderhoof-Stuart Lake  12 15
617 14 Grand Forks—
562 00         General roads   104 20
95 38 Grand Forks-Cascade (north) .... 1,808 00
432 35         Grand Forks-Franklin   487 50
344 18 Grand Forks-Hardy Mountain .... 189 25
100 00         Grand Forks-Summit   1,280 43
82 13         Morrissey Creek (east)   29 75
 Relief-work-
Greenwood—
General roads  $ 256 95
Greenwood-Midway     1,028 65
Midway-Rock Creek   701 25
Rock Creek-9-Mile  1,110 25
Kamloops—
Chase-Kault-Salmon Arm   1,636 83
Kamloops-Chase    42 95
Kamloops-Tranquille-Criss Creek 1,234 36
North Thompson (east)   161 77
Notch Hill-Blind Bay-Greer  193 74
Squilax-Anglemont   135 50
Todd Hill-Grande Prairie-Falkland   551 37
Nanaimo—
Chase River sidewalks  2,284 00
Pine Street   1,499 00
Victoria-Campbell River   100 00
Newcastle—
Departure Bay   196 75
Ditching and drainage   172 25
East Wellington   146 50
Jingle Pot   69 50
Morden   100 00
Maxey  54 00
Northfield  3 95
South Wellington  1,876 37
.   Victoria-Campbell River   284 75
Westwood     59 50
North Arancouver—
Marine Drive   2,000 CO
North-west Bay   472 50
-Continued.
New Westminster—Grant  $ 2,500 00
Revelstoke—Revelstoke-Arrowhead SOS 84
Richmond—Point Grey lands   15,146 27
Slocan—
Applegrove-Sherwood  54 94
Box Lake-Rosebery  3,037 29
Columbia River   3SS 29
Edgewood Cemetery  33 75
Edgewood-Vernon   167 S3
4-Mile Creek   290 94
New Denver-Rosebery   23 75
New Denver-Silvertou   330 52
New Denver-Three Forks  26 25
New Denver Town   10 00
Passmore   22 50
Red Mountain  25 75
Slocan River (east)   298 60
Slocan River (west)   363 51
Silverton Town  15 25
South Arancouver—
Hastings-Barnet     3,962 03
Oakalla Prison Farm   18.280 67
South Vancouver  6,262 62
Trail—
Nelson-Balfour    '.,  4,477 11
Trail-Castlegar     2,643 43
A'ictoria—Parliament grounds   6.450 26
Yale—Kamloops   1,031 34
General  roads    49 13
Total  $144,141 33
" Mines Development Act.'
(Vote 202.)
Alberni—
Road—China Creek to Grizzly Claim
Trail—Taylor River 	
50 00
674 00
North Atlin—
Road—■
Bear River  $ 2.500 00
Glacier Creek-L. L. Mine   319 00
Glacier Creek-Dunwell  11,804 98
Indian Mines Wagon   12.573 64
Kitsault Creek-Homestake Mine:  Trout Creek-Kitsault Bridge  2,217 61
Marmot River  1,657 84
Prince John-M.C. Mines _  5,000 00
Telegraph-Dease  7,981 85
724 00
 15 Geo. 5                               Statement of Expenditure.
Q 89
" Mines Development Act "—Continued.
North Atlin—Continued.
Trail-
Bay View 	
Goose Creek and Bridge 	
S
500 00
544 20
1,473 00
500 00
3,845 47
3,303 20
500 00
495 40
500 00
%.
Engineer Mine 	
Kitsault River-Copper Cliff	
Kitsault River-Dolly Varden Railway 	
Marmot River	
Terminus Mines 	
Winter Trail—Atlin Lake-Ruffner Mines 	
Cariboo—
Road—
Antler-Cunningham 	
Barkerville-Antler	
Cunningham Mountain 	
Likely-Cedar Point 	
Likely-Cedar Creek	
Stouts Gulch 	
Swift River 	
Trail-
Black Bear	
Harvey Creek 	
Hudson Group 	
Likely-Spanish Creek	
North Fork of Quesnel River       	
....$
55,716 19
1,498 45
5,239 96
249 70
999 98
50 00
246 50
300 00
4S4 00
200 00
250 00
1,999 79
600 00
Columbia—■
Road—
Boulder Creek 	
Chakko Bridge	
....$
12,118 38
1,508 04
503 13
448 81
191 88
159 38
99 50
316 25
506 33
107 75
99 3S
Hot Punch-Ball's Claim 	
Lead Queen Mine 	
Maud S. Claim	
Paradise Mine 	
Toly Cut-off	
Trail—
Comox—
Road—
Hotham Sound-Lillie Groven Claims 	
3,940 45
....$
2.000 00
408 00
Cowichan—
2,408 00
$
600 00
327 63
Esquimalt—
Road—Campbell Mining Claim	
927 63
150 00
 Q 90                                  Public Works Report  (1924-25).
" Mines Development Act "•—Continued,
Ferule—
Road—
Copper King Mine 	
$
195 OO
300 00
247 00
75 00
r\
Eagle Plume Claim	
Fort Steele-Wildhorse 	
Trail—Dibble-Lost  Creek  	
Greenwood^
Road-
Bridge, Providence Creek 	
817 CO
.... $
97 75
150 00
150 00
25 00
115 50
100 00
D.A. Fraction Claim 	
Sally Mine-Bell Mine 	
Silver King Mine 	
Standard Mine	
Strathmore Mine 	
Kamloops—
Trail-
Minnesota Girl 	
North Thompson-Clearwater  	
Seymour Arm	
638 25
....$
49 87
4C0 00
294 25
395 50
Upper Lemieux Creek-Tawell and Mahood Lake	
Kaslo—
Road—
Cork Province Mine 	
Dismuth   	
1,139 02
....$
150 00
503 00
75 CO
149 75
577 16
519 20
765 33
792 31
109 75
50 OO
101 25
50 00
150 CO
Fidelitv  	
Ferguson 	
Utica   	
Trail-
Cascade Creek 	
Hamil  Creek  	
James Tighe's Claim—-Ark Trail 	
LaFrance Creek  -	
Surething   	
Lillooet—
Road—
Bridge River-Eldorado Creek 	
Bridge River Forks  '.	
3,992 75
....$
152 00
275 50
100 00
Ida May Claim	
Newcastle—«
527 50
750 00
North A'ancouver—
Road—
Pykett's Claim 	
Truss bridge across Ashloo Creek 	
....?
250 00
125 OO
500 00
600 OO
250 00
Trail—
Mamquam River 	
McNab Creek    	
1,725 00
 15 Geo. 5
Statement of Expenditure.
Q 91
?  248 00
100 CO
299 47
98 00
800 00
" Mines  Development Act "—Continued.
Omineca—
Road—
Empire Group  $ 500
9-Mile   1,249
Owen Lake Sleigh-road  484
Trail-
Debenture   148
Hunter Basin  294
Kispiox-Nass River   1,000
McCabe    202
Tahtsa River  996
Telkwa River  302
. Red Rose  396
Prince Rupert—
Trail—
Chimdemash 	
Douglas Creek	
Lucky Luke 	
Seven Sisters 	
Saloomt 	
Revelstoke—
Road—Fish River $ 173
Trail-
Big Bend Main   998
Downie Creek  75
Fish River   86
Goldfinch-Independence Group   22
Keystone Creek   98
Pool Creek   31
Rossland—
Road—■
Cariboo Milling Claim 	
Gold King Mine Claim	
Pearl Mining Claim 	
Trail— .
Adjoining I.X.L. Claims 	
Jumbo Mine  =	
Similkameen—
Road—
Eagle Creek Bridge-Champion Creek 	
Fish Lake-Nickel Plate	
John Marks' Placer Lease 	
Penticton Wagon-20-Mile Creek Bridge 	
South Similkameen	
Tulameen Aralley Coal-mine 	
Trail—
Bear Creek 	
Copper Creek-Bridge	
Siwash Creek 	
Smith	
Summit Creek	
00
87
25
OO
CO
00
50
OS
10
75
25
75
00
25
50
OO
$   75 00
100 00
75 OO
ICO 00
200 00
$  14S 90
127 00
100 00
2,371 72
765 75
235 68
300 00
. 200 OO
50 00
150 OO
149 75
5,573 55
1,545 47
1,485 63
550 00
4,598 SO
 " Mines Development Act "—Continued.
Slocan—
Road-
Approach, 10-Mile Creek Wharf $ 226 50
Canadian Group   148 75
Enterprise Road and Bridge   650 00
Galena Farm Group  77 38
Monitor Mine   126 93
North Fork of 10-Mile Creek   140 25
Queen's Bay Mine   302 25
Three Forks-Bear Lake   256 25
Victor Group  420 15
Trail-
Alma Group   56 25
Black Grouse   56 25
Lightning Peak   2,135 01
L.T  77 26
 $    4,673 23
Trail-
Road—
Emerald Mine  $ 289 87
Fern Mine-Hall Creek   81 00
Granite Poorman and Central  120 00
Hudson Bay   149 00
Humming Bird Group   100 00
King George V  200 00
Molly Gibson   383 00
McLeod's Claim    45 00
Reno^Sheep Creek-Falcon Creek   9,397 72
Smallwood's Claim  100 00
Wildhorse   Creek  416 15
Trail—
Broken Hill Group   150 00
Golden Age  499 S7
Hall Creek  228 CO
Red Bird Group   502 00
Silver  Reef    75 00
     12,736 61
Yale-
Road—
Fencing Marston Road  $ 749 22
Lucky Mike  225 00
Oregon Jack Hill   1,197 79
Trail—
Eureka Mine   1,000 00
Jessica Group   250 00
       3,422 01
Total    $120,160 07
Songhees Reserve.
(Vote 260.)
Songhees Reserve   (partial)    $    9,827 89
 15 Geo. 5
Statement of Expenditure.
Q 93
Capital Account.
STATUTORY EXPENDITURE.
"B.C. Loan ACT, 1919," Sec. 7a. 1924-25
General engineering  $    4,186 03
Columbia—Golden-Yoho Park ....
Esquimalt—Coal Creek Division
Fort George—
Cariboo   	
Croydon (west) 	
Finmore  (south)  	
Fort George-Giscome 	
Fort George-Hazelton  	
Nelson	
Rolla-Fort St. John 	
R.A. IS 	
R.A. 22	
R.A. 57	
Taylor Flats 	
Vanderhoof-iStuart Lake 	
Vanderhoof (west) 	
Kaslo—
Bathie 	
Creston-Kuskanook   	
Creston   (west)   	
Creston-Goatfell   	
Filmer   	
Kaslo-Ainsworth  	
Lizard Creek 	
Queen's Bay-Ainsworth 	
'■ Highway Loan Act, 1920."
. $    1,710 75     North Okanagan—Enderby
3 75     Prince Rupert—
12 00
7 00
1 90
12 66
7 00
107 67
6 00
321 26
155 50
693 11
668 49
557 75
120 00
6 00
259 15
2,892 45
25 11
566 00
51 21
1,511 64
1,059 34
164 25
Kaien Island	
Port  Clements-Tlell	
Revelstoke—Columbia River Bridge
Slocan—Needles Townsite 	
Trail—
Trail-Castlegar   	
Nelson-Ymir  	
Nelson-Balfour    	
Ymlr-Boulder 	
Yale—
Hope-Rosedale  	
Harrison-Agassiz    	
Fraser Canyon	
Less refund, Colwood Road,
1923-24, Esquimalt  $114 00
Less refund, Fort George,
1923-24      2 35
75
19
65
1,276
88
29
45
8,535
01
1,663
37
123
87
617
00
932
88
1,733
88
1,279 00
$ 27,131
79
116 35
Total
. $ 27,015 44
"B.C. Loan Act, 1923," Sec. 0  (6).
Alberni—Tofino-Ucluelet 	
Atlin—
Alice  Arm  	
Bear  River  	
Indian Mines  	
Salmon River 	
Stewart-Hyder	
Cariboo—Quesnel-Fort George 	
Chilliwack — Hard - surfacing, Abbotsford  	
Columbia—
Barbour  	
Brisco  	
Columbia River (west) 	
Golden-Yoho Park 	
Golden  streets  	
Invermere  streets 	
Johnston	
Red Rock 	
Windermere Loop 	
Comox—
Blubber Bay 	
Courtenay Bridge 	
7,687 88
0,847 60
3,848 20
1,647 14
4,998 21
6,489 98
9,969 17
66 05
286 51
454 15
861 65
16,166 56
17 09
1,067 77
131 99
982 00
380 99
791 05
298 42
Comox—Continued.
Cumberland sidewalks  $        10 90
Gillies  Bay     129 49
Hardy Bay-Coal Harbour       13,163 62
Lang Bay-Powell River 	
Main    	
Powell River-Myrtle Point 	
Sayward Progressive Association
Salmon River Extension 	
Cowichan—Halhead Extension 	
Cranbrook—
Cranbrook-Kimberly	
Curzon Junction-Kingsgate 	
Downhill	
Kimberly streets 	
1,979 44
577 20
5,884 54
467 25
2,892 64
1,080 19
1,015 91
2,429 52
914 40
3,762 63
Moyie-Goatfell        10,696 82
Slaterville Slough   467 87
Tunnel  285 25
AValdo Settlement       5,886 00
Delta-
Boundary Bay        5,763 62
Trans-Provincial Highway       13,203 87
 " B.C. Lo.\.n Act, 1923,'
Dewdney—
Colony Farm Dyke $        15 85
Dewdney Trunk, Section 2   48,951 09
Dewdney Trunk, Section 6   2,011 2S
loco-Port Moody   7,372 08
Ioco-Sunnyslde     1,803 50
Esquimalt—
Coal Creek Diversion   599 26
Fitzgerald Diversion    372 05
Leigh  E.xtension    719 01
Malahat    194 00
Muir Avenue Extension   191 24
Sheringham Point   155 75
Fernie—
Sand Creek   909 04
AVilson Creek-Mansfield Ranch .. 1,577 84
Fort George—
Blaekwater-Stony Creek   1,566 85
Cariboo  2,253 55
Croydon  (west)    450 47
Finlay Rapids    101 25
Finmore  (south)    17 85
Fort George-Hazelton   6,365 82
Fort George-Willow River   3,251 66
McBride-Dunster     1,110 37
McClelland  264 39
Prince George Land Settlement.. 1,006 85
Stewart Station  (south)   S10 12
Vanderhoof Land Settlement   418 72
A'anderhoof-Stewart Lake   2,954 87
A^anderhoof (west)   2,080 05
Peace River Section.
Fort St. John-Rolla   884 63
R.A. 17  44 99
R.A. 18    905 68
R.A. 50   504 35
R.A. 77   491 40
Sunset Prairie   322 42
Taylor Flats-Fort St. John   1,656 86
Grand Forks—
Cascade-Paulson    1,691 86
Grand Forks-Cascade  (north).... 835 25
Rossland-Christiiia  Lake   2,516 67
Greenwood—
Kelowua-Carmi    4,6S1 46
Rock Creek-9-Mile   6,969 70
AATest Fork of Kettle River   2,297 51
Islands—
East  Saanich   .- 2,753 49
Ganges-Fulford     7,S62 57
North Saanich Quarry  80 82
Kamloops—
Celista     1,392 47
Kamloops West Bridge     118,054 05
Notch Hill-Tappen   10,042 89
Sec. 6  (&)—Continued.
Kamloops—Continued.
Squilax-Turtle A7alley  $ 719 OO
White Lake   887 25
Kaslo—
Bathie     68 50
Butt's     699 07
Creston-Goatfell     1,240 87
Creston-Kuskanook     1,360 24
Filmer   207 00
Kaslo-Ainsworth    7,358 98
Lizard Creek    139 75
Queen's Bay-Ainsworth   2,710 40
Lillooet—
Beaumont     512 45
Canim  Lake-McNeil's    1,307 76
Chilcotin Main   1,832 50
Eagle  Creek    245 00
Empire A'alley   999 65
Hat Creek   1,261 74
Lone Butte-Bridge Lake   2,850 00
McKinley-Lac la Hache   1,499 19
North Okanagan—
Brickyard Gulch   1,981 75
Deep Creek and branches   421 23
Deep Creek-Salmon Arm Cut-off 35 51
Eagle Pass Diversion   1,633 00
Enderby, Main Street   10,280 15
Grandview Heights Diversion  1,213 30
Mabel Lake-Enderby   832 61
Mclnnes, B.X. Creek   1,816 63
Okanagan Landing   997 00
Arernon-Kamloops    .-  8,994 70
North Vancouver—
Second Narrows Bridge  60,000 00
Omineca—
Colleymount     5,614 89
Endako-Francois  Lake   110 15
Fort George-Hazelton   16,397 16
McDonald's Landing  1,000 49
AVest End of Francois-Ootsa   2,000 00
Prince Rupert—
Bella Coola   2,280 42
Kaien Island   5,394 66
Port Clements-Tlell    5,728 39
Skidegate-Tlell     1,431 19
Terrace Bridge   65,200 35
Revelstoke—
Big Bend   30,595 91
Columbia River Bridge   39,375 98
Power-house  4,927 29
Revelstoke-Arrowhead   17,993 17
Revelstoke (west)   6,889 64
Richmond—Eburne bridges    6 82
Rossland—Rossland-Cascade   4,413 19
 15 Geo. 5
Statement of Expenditure.
Q 95
Saanich—
Gorge Road Drainage ...
West Saanich 	
Similkameen—
5-Mile Creek 	
Goodwin Hill  	
Hope-Princeton	
Oliver Townsite 	
Penticton-Oliver   	
Penticton-Osoyoos 	
Penticton - Summerland
Diversion  	
Slocan—
Belleview-Graham   	
Box Lake-Rosebery  	
Columbia River  (east)
Columbia River (west)
Edgewood-Vernon 	
Slocan City Approach ...
Slocan City-Silverton ...
South Okanagan—
Kelowna-Naramata   	
Kelowna-Vernon   	
Westside	
"B.C. Loan Act, 1923," Sec. 6  (b)—Continued.
South Arancouver—Hastings-Barnet $
Trail—
Nelson-Balfour 	
Nelson-Ymir  	
Trail-Castlegar	
Trail-Fruitvale Cut-off ........
Yale—
Brookmere 	
Fraser Canyon 	
Harrison-Agassiz   	
Hope-Rosedale	
Lots 134, 135, Lower Nicola
Morris A'alley 	
AVelsh   	
AVestside-Harrison River ....
Yale-Spences  Bridge  	
General Engineering 	
24 00
3,859 2S
476
63
3,249
75
606
00
1,280 04
3,522
05
75
00
Bridge
8,489 26
1,506 60
2,796
28
853 52
1,421
55
73,733
09
1,163
00
13,273
85
9,518
32
150 00
1,440
84
; $ 6,629
23
2,342
29
15,563 00
7,340 43
1,520
01
10,559
73
10,563 23
9,098
60
3,252
51
5.83
50
2,568
26
49
34
47
80
512
47
3,251
36
$909,904 46
Less refund by Dominion Government         15,000 00
Total  $S94,904 46
"B.C. Loan Act, 1924," Sec. 6  (6).
Alberni—
Bamfield Trails 	
Canadian Highway 	
Tofino-Uclulet   	
Atlin—
Alice Arm 	
Bear River 	
Irene Meadows 	
Salmon River 	
Telegraph streets	
Cariboo—Quesnel-Fort George 	
Columbia—
Barbour  	
Eustace   	
Golden-Yoho  Park  	
Mitchell	
Red Rock 	
Westside   	
Comox—
Hardy Bay-Coal Harbour	
Lang Bay-Powell River	
Powell River-Myrtle Point 	
Powell River Bridge Approach....
Relief-work in vicinity of Lang
Bay	
Salmon River 	
Alctoria-Cainpbell    River    (at
Rosewall)     ,	
Dewdney—
Dewdney Trunk Road, Section 1
Dewdney Trunk Road, Section 2
Dewdney—Continued.
$ 9 00 Dewdney Trunk Road, Section 7 $
71 50 loco-Port Moody 	
2,099 41 Ioco-Sunnyside   	
Esquimalt—
102 25 Fitzgerald Cut-off 	
1,143 05 Florence Lake	
1,599 80 Island Highway 	
10,000 00 Malahat  	
939 00     Fernie — International    Provincial
10,468 26 Highway   (Hairpin)  	
Fort George—
187 75 Aleza Lake-Newlands   ...
389 00 Blackwater-Stony Creek 	
44,293 34 Cariboo	
1,217 58 Chowsunkit  	
662 73 Croydeu  (west)  	
32 10 Fort George-Hazelton 	
Fort George-AVillow River 	
5,042 47 Fraser River Bridge 	
1,392 12 Hudson Hope 	
1,118 96        Mapes  	
648 59        MeBride-Dunster 	
Newlands  (north)  	
1,450 27 Prince George Land Settlement ..
132 17 Rolla-Fort St. John 	
R.A. 11 	
1,583 43 RA. 22 „	
R.A. 77 	
399 25   Stuart Station (south) 	
28,003 82   Vanderhpof-Stuart Lake 	
751 75
9,367 95
38 50
5,891 95
2S8 23
60 75
36 25
2,900 52
887 31
3 25
5,036 04
1,2S1 85
272 25
3,221 35
3,020 10
24,313 86
472 25
1,100 56
1,108 43
911 24
1,140 85
1,279 50
42 00
657 87
112 75
174 86
1,010 21
 Q 96
Public Works Report  (1924-25).
" B.C. Loan Act, 1924,"
Islands—
Beacon .Avenue $        17 00
Centre   267 32
East  Saanich    7,330 60
Saltspring Island   2,311 06
Second Street, Sidney  17 00
Kamloops—
Kamloops-Chase     845 75
Kamloops-Savona    99 25
Kamloops AVest Bridge   43,246 77
North Thompson  (east)     3,168 90
Kaslo—
Carson     375 00
Creston-Goatfell     1,498 46
Creston-Kuskanook   3,597 51
Creston   (west)     52 50
Kaslo-Ainsworth    874 48
Queen's Bay—Ainsworth    957 24
Winlaw   1,000 00
Lillooet—
Beaumont     1,491 34
Canim Lake-McNeil's   1,693 12
Chilcotin Main   166 51
Eagle  Creek    747 60
Empire Valley    499 75
Lone Butte-Bridge Lake   150 00
Nelson—Mountain    582 50
Newcastle—Nanaimo Lakes   396 26
North Okanagan—
Deep Creek and branches   551 62
Eagle Pass  365 56
Kamloops  872 50
Kelowna-Vernon     468 75
Mabel Lake-Enderby   161 25
North Vancouver—
Chester    495 25
Marine Drive    1,578 81
Omineca—
Colleymount     85 35
Fort George-Hazelton   19,394 11
Prince Rupert—
Bella-Coola Valley  '.. 19,529 84
Kaien Island   4,727 61
Port Clements-Tlell   851 26
Saloomt Bridge   199 85
Skidegate-Tlell     168 62
Terrace Bridge   29,756 09
Sec. 6  (7.)—Continued.
Revelstoke—•
Big Bend  $ 2,694 82
Columbia River Bridge   213 13
Power-house     291 51
Revelstoke (west)   1,571 33
7-Mile  (south)    402 46
Richmond—Eburne Bridges   52,365 17
Rossland—Trail-Rossland     1,685 46
Saanich—West Saanich   12,712 30
Similkameen—
5-Mile and branches   611 25
Penticton-Summerland Bridge
Diversion    290 SO
South Okanagan Project  959 05
Slocan—
Belleview-Graham's     329 36
Box Lake-Rosebery    5,536 21
Edgewood-Needles     1 24
Edgewood-Vernon   1,424 61
Slocan City-Silverton   1,726 42
South Okanagan—
Joe Riche  1,132 16
Kelowna-Naramata   426 93
Penticton-Naramata   47 50
South A^ancouver—Hastings-Barnet 200 00
Trail—
Harrop - Longbeach    Ferry    Approach   1,433 93
Nelson-Balfour   7,031 39
Nelson-Ymir    2,085 53
Trail-Castlegar     3,530 08
Ymir-Boulder   14,020 76
Yale—
Brookmere   165 50
Cabin, Alexander Crossing   817 08
Fraser Canyon   62,640 41
Harrison—Agassiz     537 76
Harrison Hot Springs  663 48
Hope-Rosedale   74,710 47
Hope-Yale   2,491 60
Jones Hill Diversion   1,931 00
Spences Bridge   843 48
General engineering   335 84
Total  $586,880 69
Construction, Maintenance, and Repairs to Buildings.
Vote    64. Victoria Court-house $      975 16
67. Lock-ups        3,715 33
69. Oakalla Prison Farm      10,896 71
70. Girls' Industrial School   472 50
78. Elk Lake Game Farm :       8,055 67
 15 Geo. 5 Statement of Expenditure. Q 97
Construction, Mainten.<3.nce, and Repaies to Buildings—Continued.
Vote   90. Technical School, Arancouver 	
92. Normal School, Vancouver	
93. Normal School, A'ictoria :	
94. Deaf, Dumb, and Blind School	
99. School Buildings throughout the Province      50,247
115. Alberni Government Office	
116. Anyox Government Office	
119. Barkerville Government Office 	
120. Clinton Government Office	
121. Cranbrook Court-house	
122. Cumberland Court-house 	
123. Duncan Court-house 	
124. Fernie Court-house 	
125. Fort Fraser Court-house 	
126. Prince George Court-house 	
127. Golden Court-house 	
128. Grand Forks Court-house ....
129. Greenwood Court-house 	
130. Kamloops Court-house 	
132. Lillooet Court-house 	
133. Merritt Court-house	
134. Nanaimo Court-house 	
135. Nelson Court-house 	
136. New Westminster Court-house	
138. Princeton Court-house 	
139. Pouce Coupe Court-house	
140. Prince Rupert Court-house 	
142. Quesnel Court-house 	
144. Revelstoke Court-house 	
147. Stewart Office	
149. A'ancouver Court-house      13,137 43
150. Vernon Court-house	
152. Williams Lake Court-house	
154. Various Buildings 	
216. Mental Hospital, New Westminster	
218. Mental Home, Saanich 	
219. Provincial Home, Kamloops 	
220. Tranquille Sanatorium	
222. Boys' Industrial School 	
' British Columbia University Loan Act, 1920 "—
Sec. 7, subsection (1)   (6) —
University Science Building $386,476 56
University Library   343,613 75
University semi-permanent buildings and power-house  714,228 78
University temporary heating   28,703 45
University steam, gas, sewerage, and water-mains   184,467 76
University Forest Products Laboratory  9,965 00
University aerial tramway  1,090 76
Road, Marine Drive to University Building  2,764 48
Sec. 7, subsection (2)  (o) and (&)—
Development of Point Grey Townsite   197,214 38
 ,    1,868,524 92
f 3,000 00
4,535 36
170
15
1,980 00
50,247
66
29
50
29
28
310 41
139
60
212
55
475
45
v
17
50
793
50
106 23
123
65
24 00
287
67
447
75
578
19
15
90
489
25
1,189
93
976
88
1,109
17
11
47
194
14
318
55
196
13
116
60
15
00
13,137
43
956
70
54 40
918
45
525
00
65
53
1,751
00
512
91
2,054
35
— $
118,232 61
 Q 98 Public Works Report   (1924-25).
Construction, Maintenance, and Rep.-.ihs to Buildings—Continued.
" British Columbia Loan Act, 1922," sec. 6, subsection (a) —
Mental   Hospital,   Essondale,  Acute  Buildings,  power-house,  and
cottages  $275,350 02
Tranquille Sanatorium      19,542 75
Boys' Industrial .School      1S.329 53
Prince George Court-house        2,974 67
Anyox Court-house         1,870 50
Smithers Court-house  412 49
Deaf, Dumb, and Blind School  179 75
Parliament Buildings, Victoria, vault doors        9,853 48
A?ancouver Court-house, vault doors —..      3,545 00
  $   332,058 19
Statement of Expenditure.
Vote 244. Salaries and expenses, Minister's Office   $     11,922 05
245. Salaries and expenses, Administration   60,888 01
246. Maintenance of Parliament Buildings and Grounds   109,015 75
247. Maintenance of Government House and Grounds  35,595 11
248. Salaries and expenses, District Engineers   56,406 68
249. Salaries and expenses, Steam-boiler Inspection   56,156 30
250. Salaries and expenses, Electrical Energy Inspection   7,580 22
250a. Retiring allowance, H. H. Hobbis   420 00
251. Roads, trails, and streets   $1,440,324 76
Bridges   629,740 52
Protection to river-banks  3S,211 26
Wharves   23,416 55
Wharf, Prince Rupert   13,885 SS
Road machinery  84,573 09
Launch " I'll Away "   2,525 14
Contingencies     11,848 91
Maintenance, main trunk roads  67,274 12
  2,311,800 23
„     252. Ferries     172,311 51
„     252a. Relief-work   144,141 33
" Mines Development Act "   120,160 07
A^ote 260. Songhees Reserve (partial)    9,827 87
"British Columbia Loan Act, 1919" sec. 7 (a)  .•  41 86
" Highway Loan Act, 1920 "   27,015 44
"British Columbia Loan Act, 1923," sec. 6 (6)   894,904 46
"British Columbia Loan Act, 1924," sec. 6 (6)  586,880 69
Construction, maintenance, and repairs to buildings  $   11S.232 61
" British Columbia University Loan Act," sec. 7      1,868,524 92
" British Columbia Loan Act, 1922," sec. 6, subsection (a)         332,058 19
  2,318,815 72
Total  $6,924,4S3 30
 15 Geo. 5
Tenders.
Q 99
TENDERS  RECEIVED  AND  CONTRACTS  AWARDED.
April 1st, 1924, to March Slst, 1925.
Roads.
Work and Tenderer.
-Amount.
Remarks.
Armstrong—Paving:
$     20,185  77
20,538 65
21,151  35
21,189 19
25,323 65
27,280 10
725 00
1,000 00
750  00
62,362 31
64,555 15
68,025 54
9,471  00
11,800 25
21,972 50
22,149 87
22,297 00
24,685 10
26,426 40
29,284 75
69,582 56
73,121 95
91,067  30
70,233 35
84,091 83
95,080 00
61,440 00
69,476 00
75,372 00
78,094 50
142,570 25
143,308 50
150,462 00
161,541 75
•
A. B. Palmer Co., Ltd.	
.^warded.
Co Hon Co., Ltd	
Wood & Hallam 	
Cumberland—Concrete Sidewalks :
First call:
Second call:
Awarded.
Golden-Yoho Park Eoad:
F. J. Dawson	
W.  P. Tierney                	
Dartt & Paterson 	
Hardy Bay-Coal Harbour Eoad:
Jones Hill Diversion!  (Hope-Rosedai.e) :
Fred Clarke	
H. W. Roberts 	
C. D. Collard	
A. B. Palmer Co.	
Paving.
Dewdney Trunk Road No. 2, Brunette Creek Bridge to Port Coquitlam—Asphaltic Macadam (Teneti-ation)  Paving :
(a.) Using Crushed Rock:
General Construction Co., Ltd	
Awarded.
Cotton  Co.,   Ltd	
Ritchie Co., Ltd	
(o.) (Alterative.) Using Crushed Gravel:
Cotton  Co.,  Ltd.	
Cotton   Co.,   Ltd	
Cotton  Co..  Ltd.   	
tender.
Grading, etc.
Bella Coola Road from near 4-Mile Bridge
(5.24 Miles afprox.) :
Robertson Bros.   	
to B.C. Packers' Cannery
tender.
iVwarded.
F. J. Dawson 	
Hanson & Shockley	
Montizambet't & Rolston   i
Trans-Provincial Highway, Fraser Canyon
Contract 1, Yale to Alexandra Bridge (lSYs
A. B. Palmer Co.. Ltd.      	
Route:
Miles approx.):
W. P. Tierney & Co	
Cotton  Co..   Ltd.       	
Northern Construction Co. and J. W.
Stewart 	
 ERRATA.
Page 99, line 0:   " Co Hon Co." should read " Cotton Co., Ltd."
Page 10O, lines 2 and 5:   "Co Hon Co." should read " Cotton
Co., Ltd."
 Q 100                                Public Works Report  (1924-25).
Roads—Continued.
Work and Tenderer.
-\mount.
Remarks.
Grading, etc.—Continued.
Trans-Provincial Highway, Fraser Canyon Route—Continued.
Contract 2, Alexandra Bridge to Boothroyd Indian Reserve (Low Line)
(21% Miles approx.):
A. B. Palmer Co., Ltd	
Cotton Co.,  Ltd	
$   447,733 50
470,381 00
502,959 00
542,733 80
375,584 00
389,661  00
397,956 50
414,194 00
441,398 40
197,030 00
213,640 00
219,560 00
225,165 00
225,625 50
238,380 00
Not awarded.
Awarded.
-Awarded.
Contract 2k (Alterative), Alexandra Bridge to Boothroyd Indian Reserve (High Line) (21% Miles approx.):
A. B. Palmer Co., Ltd	
W. P. Tierney & Co	
Cotton  Co.,  Ltd	
Contract 8, Lytton to Spences Bridge (21, Miles approx.):
A. B. Palmer Co., Ltd	
W. P. Tierney Co	
Cotton  Co.,   Ltd	
Bridges.
Revelstoke—Paving :
Co Hon Co., Ltd	
$      14,779 60
15,182 85
10,232 75
10,641  62
118,903 00
118,994 10
123,814 88
125,072 00
135,238 20
135,790 60
143,714 50
147,726 50
42,830 OO
49,570 00
56,000 00
58,050 OO
64,800 00
5,494 53
8,400 00
9,400 00
11,725 00
Awarded.
.Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
rt\warded.
Kamloops—Paving :
Co Hon Co., Ltd	
Eburne:
Contract A:
Nickson Construction Co	
McCharles & McDougall 	
Smith Bros. & Wilson 	
Stewart & Barber 	
Contract B:
Haslam Creek—Superstructure only :
Middlesboro:
F. J. Dawson 	
i
 15 Geo. 5
Tenders.
Q 101
Ferries.
Work and Tenderer.
Amount.
Remarks.
Kelowna-Westbank :
A. E. T. Raymer 	
$        3,500  OO
5,000 0O
Mill Bay (Saanich Inlet)   (Charter) :
Mill Bay—-Approaches at Brentwood :
McDonald Pile Driving Co	
12,794 98
12,982 40
13,503 05
13,968 02
14,548 05
15,320 16
17,656 92
J. McDonald & Wither 	
Fraser River Pile Driving Co	
Geo. McWilliam 	
A.  W. Watson 	
Government Buildings.
Essondale Power-house :
McDougall & McNeill	
Dominion Construction Co	
-Aivazofl: & Moncrieff	
Poole  Construction  Co	
Smith Bros. & Wilson	
Adkinson & Dill, Ltd	
Essondale Power-house—Equipment:
Leek & Co	
C. C. Moore & Co	
Vancouver Engineering Works 	
Bar & Anderson 	
Murray Bros	
Marpole Hospital for Incurables :
Rodger and Purdy	
Smith Bros. & Wilson 	
John Galloway & Son	
J.  W.  Bye & C.  P.  Perry 	
Oliver Lock-up :
Fromey  & Barton	
M.  A.  Clark   	
Boone & Norton 	
F.  P.  Rogers  	
D. N. Ferguson  	
Penticton Construction Co.   (J. Rossi)
Elk Lake—Superintendent's Residence :
D. McK. Lindsay 	
Geo.  McWilliams 	
Ernest Stevens  ?.	
Turley Bros	
E. J. Merrett 	
132,800 00
136,073 00
138,005 00
139,456 00
143,815 00
148,000 00
59,930 00
61,957 00
65,490 00
66,483 00
67,385 00
52,340 00
,55,989 00
' 56,700 00
65,100 00
5,000 00
5,930 95
6,330 00
6,550 00
7,396 18
7,745 50
4,485 00
4,850 00
4,962 00
5,285 00
5,545 00
.Awarded.
-Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Schools.
Anyox:
E. H.  Shockley 	
Department's estimate
4,874 00
5,350 00
Awarded.
 Q 102
Public Works Report  (1924-25)
Sch oo\,%—Continued.
Work and Tenderer.
Amount.
Remarks.
14,970 00
Awarded.
15,840 00
16,738 00
16,900 00
16,994 27
17,500 00
17,993 00
18,111 00
18,246 00
19,675 00
2,590 00
.Awarded.
2,626 44
2,790 00
3,033 00
3,050 00
Awarded.
3,285  00
1,978  OO
.Awarded.
2,575 00
2,925 00
2,305 00
8,130 00
Awarded.
8,771  00
9,250 00 .
9,275 00
9,301 0O
9,397.00
9,800 00
10,138 00
10,585   OO
9,985 O0
Received   too
late.
46,700 0O
Not awarded
47,879 00
48,427 00
49,875 00
49,970 00
52,965 00
57,000 00
4,950 00
-Awarded.
4,985 00
5,445 00
5,775 00
5,903 00
6,100 00
6,555 50
2,850 00
Awarded.
3,100 00
3,162 75
3,740 00
Awarded.
4,200 00
4,333 00
4,700.00
5,108 74
Brechin :
T.  Carson	
Percy & Weeden	
Smith Bros.  & Wilson   .....
Trerise & Williams 	
Watson, Stewart & Kennedy
J. W. Bye 	
C.   Wilson  	
T. W. Frost  ,	
Turley Bros	
Rodger &  Purdy  	
Colwood—Addition :
Geo.  McWilliams
Geo. Main 	
Jas. Smethurst ....
Cowichan Lake:
F. P. Rogers (Vancouver)
J. M. Campbell (Duncan)
Turley Bros.   (Parksville)
North Saanich:
Geo. McWilliam 	
H.  W.  Dutton 	
G. E.  Bonner 	
F. P. Rogers 	
Deaf and Dumb School (Point Grey)
H. P. Leek	
Harrison & Lamond 	
Smith Bros. & Wilson 	
John Galloway & Sons 	
Harvie & Simmonds,  Ltd	
J. W. Bye rt....	
W. Tinney & Co	
F.   P.  Rogers	
Rodger & Purdy	
Hilchey & Redmond 	
Michel :
Bennett & White   (Calgary)
R. A. Kerr 	
Dicken & Golightly 	
Geo. McWilliam 	
T.  Carson  	
J. A. Broley	
Coulson, Percy & Weeden 	
Clinton :
E. C. Frorney .:	
P.  McRae   ,	
Seward & Cartwright
F. P. Rogers 	
O. J. Barker	
T. Carson	
H. G. Coldwell 	
Falkland:
W. A. Cryderman
D. N. Ferguson ....
G.  J.  Barker 	
Parksville:
Turley   Bros	
Chas.  Wilson  	
Teskey & Young ....
Geo. McWilliam ....
Glendary & Clark
 15 Geo. 5
Tenders.
Q 103
 ^	
University of British Columbia.
Work and Tenderer.
-Amount.
Remarks.
Power-house and Semi-permanent Buildings
E.  J. Ryan Contracting Co	
Poole Construction Co	
Adkinson & Dill, Ltd	
Nickson  Construction  Co	
Aivazoff & Moncrieff 	
Smith Bros. & Wilson 	
Vulcan Iron Works	
Forest Products Laboratory:
E. J. Ryan Contracting Co	
Smith Bros. & Wilson 	
Adkinson & Dill, Ltd	
Paving. Vicinity of Power-house and Semi-permanent Buildings :
A. B. Palmer Co	
Columbia Bitulithic Co	
Sewers :
F. J. Dawson 	
General  Construction  Co ...
Adkinson & Dill, Ltd	
Dominion Construction Co. '...'. '..
Smith Bros. & Wilson	
Robertson Bros	
Nickson  Construction  Co. '.	
Cotton Co.,  Ltd :	
Installation of Water and Gas Mains :
TS. J. Ryan Contracting Co	
Murray Bros	
Steam-distributing System :
Barr & Anderson and E. J. Ryan Construction Co. (jointly) (o)..
Barr & Anderson and B. J. Ryan Construction Co. (Jointly) (&)..
Barr & Anderson and E. J. Ryan Construction Co. (jointly)   (cl..
Murray Bros,   (a)	
Murray Bros.   (6)	
Murray  Bros,  (c)	
D. G. Brison (o)	
D. G. Brison (6)	
D. G. Brison (e)	
Explanatory Note.—(a.) Using concrete ducts and insulation between
buildings and areas. (6.) Using Johns-Manville conduit and insulation,
(c.) Using Ric-Wil conduit and insulation.
Paving Roadways in Portion of Unit 1 of Point Grey Lands Adjoining
University Site.
Schedules 1 and 2 Combined.
(1.) Asphaltic Concrete or W.arrenite-Bitulithic in Schedule 1 and
Asphaltic Macadam in Schedule 2:
(a.) Using Broken Stone:
A. B. Palmer Co., Ltd	
Cotton Co.,  Ltd	
(b.) (Alternative.) Using Gravel:
A. B. Palmer Co., Ltd _	
Cotton Co., Ltd.	
$   963,330 00
972,000 00
1,044,265 00
1,044,709 00
1,060,709 .00
92,495 00
149,670 00
39,388 00
40,295 00
42,850 00
188,992  54
190,765 30
88,428 77
93,775 45
105,995 30
108,519 78
110,593 25
111,410 21
126,746 04
137,969 43
16,900 00
18,750 00
156,500 00
157,490 00
159,900 00
179,000 00
178,000 00
188,560 00
171,000 00
189,300 00
181,000 00
139,534 34
148,380 54
135,549 04
143,379' 50
Awarded.
Power-house
structure only.
Power-house
mechanical
equipment
only.
-Awarded.
Not  awarded.
Not  awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
 Q 104
Public Works Report  (1924-25).
7
University of British Columbia—Continued.
Work and Tenderer.
Amount.
Remarks.
Pav
(2.)
ng Roadways in Portion of Unit 1 of Point Grey Lands Adjoining
University Site—Continued.
Schedules 1 and 2 Combined—Continued.
Cement Concrete in  Schedule  1  and -Asphaltic  Macadam  in
Schedule 2:
(a.) Using Broken Stone in Asphaltic Macadam:
A. B. Palmer Co., Ltd	
$   144,433  19
149,825 28
154,254 54
156,616 82
142,713 89
147,762 12
152,879 10
154,381 00
144,433 19
142,713 '89
151,285 97
90,854 17
88,588 17
59,342 47
89,694 88
93,951 49
98,259 81
56,631 85
60,130 40
62,106 55
61,828 71
66,136 73
52,333 60
58,067 24
59,871  46
59,628 06
.Alternative
tender.
-Alternative
tender.
-Alternative
tender.
-Alternative
tender.
Alternative
tender.
-Alternative
tender.
Alternative
tender.
C. D. Collard 	
Cotton  Co.,  Ltd	
(b.) (Alternative.)    Using Gravel in Asphaltic Macadam:
A. B. Palmer Co., Ltd. 	
C. D. Collard     	
Cotton Co., Ltd	
A. B. Palmer Co., Ltd 	
(ff.)
(6.)
A. B. Palmer Co., Ltd	
C. D. Collard	
Schedule 1 only.
Asphaltic Concrete1 or Warrenite-Bitulithic  (Broken Stone) :
Columbia Bitulithic, Ltd	
(.Alternative.)   .Asphaltic  Concrete or  Warrenite-Bitulithic
(GR..VEL) :
(.Alternative.)   Cement Concrete Paving:
C    n    Collard                                   ..'.'..                            	
(a.)
Schedule 2 only.
Asphaltic Macadam, using Crushed Rock :
C D. Collard     	
(».)
(.Alternative.) Asphaltic Macadam, using Gravel:
C   D. Collard      	
Note.—Contract awarded to A. B. Palmer Company for Warrenite-Bitulithic pavement (mineral aggregate of broken stone) on asphaltic concrete base (mineral aggregate of gravel) on all roads under Schedules
1 and 2.
VICTORIA, B.C.:
Printed by Charles  P.   Banfield,  Printer to the King's  Most Excellent  Majesty.
1925.
 

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