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 GOVBEH"MEHT LIQTJOE ACT"
SECOND ANNUAL KEPOKT
OF   THE
Liquor Control Board
OF   THE   PROVINCE   OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA
FOB  THE   PERIOD
APRIL 1ST, 1922, TO MARCH 31ST, 1923
PRINTED   BY
AUTHORITY OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.
VICTORIA,   B.C. :
Printed by William H.  Cullin, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty. LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD.
A. M. Johnson, K.C., Chairman.
J. H. Falconer, Member. W. N. Winsby, Member.
R. E. Hose, Secretary. D. R. Macfarlane, Chief Accountant.
J. Paterson, Purchasing Agent.
Offices of the Board:
411-417 Belmont House, Victoria, B.C.
Warehouses:
847 Beatty Street, Vancouver, B.C. 1019 AVharf Street, Arictoria, B.C. To His Honour Walter Cameron Nichol.
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour:
Sir,—I have the honour to transmit hereAvith the Eeport of the Liquor Control
Board for the year ending March 31st, 1923.
Attorney-General's Department,
Victoria, B.C., July 6th, 1923.
A. M. MANSON,
Attorney-General. Liquor Control Board,
Victoria, B.C., July 3rd, 1923.
The Honourable A. M. Manson, E.G., M.P.P.,
Attorney-General, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—We have the honour to transmit herewith the Report of the Liquor Control
Board for the year .ending March 31st, 1923.
We have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servants,
A. M. JOHNSON,
Chairman.
W. N. W1NSBY,
Member.
J. H. FALCONER,
Member. REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD.
INTRODUCTION.
Amendments to the " Government Liquor Act" passed at the 1922 session of the Legislature
provided, inter alia, for the Annual Report of the Board to be for the twelve months ending
on the 31st day of March of the year in which the report is made, and this report, therefore,
covers the period of the fiscal year from April 1st, 1922, to March 31st, 1923.
In making statistical comparisons between the results shown in this report and those in
the First Annual Report, it must be borne in mind that the First Annual Report covered a
development period of nine and one-half months only, during which time the establishment of
Government Liquor Stores in various districts wyas only accomplished as the organization of
the business proceeded, and due allowance must therefore be made in comparing the results
with those of the fiscal year 1922-23.
As previously, this report has been arranged to conform with the headings under which
the provisions of the " Government Liquor Act" are classified. The Appendices covering the
accounts of the Board, certified to by the Comptroller-General as required by section 106, and
the statistical data required by section 101 have been grouped as follows:—
Appendix A.—Accounts.
Statement of Accounts, April 1st, 1922, to September 30th, 1922.
Trading Account, Vancouver Warehouse, April 1st, 1922, to September, 30th, 1922.
Trading Account, Arictoria AVarehouse, April 1st, 1922, to September 30th, 1922.
Vendors' Profit and Loss Statement, April 1st, 1922, to September 30th, 1922.
Statement of Liquor purchased and paid for, April 1st, 1922, to September 30th, 1922.
Statement of Accounts, October 1st, 1922, to March 31st, 1923.
Trading Account, Vancouver AVarehouse, October 1st, 1922. to March 31st, 1923.
Trading Account, Victoria AVarehouse, October 1st, 1922, to March 31st, 1923.
Vendors' Profit and Loss Statement, October 1st, 1922, to March 31st, 1923.
Statement of Liquor purchased and paid for, October 1st, 1922, to March 31st, 1923.
Statement  of  Confiscated Liquors  taken  into  Stock  and paid for,  October 1st,  1922,  to
March 31st, 1923.
Appendix B.—Enforcement.
Statement of Prosecutions from April 1st, 1922, to March 31st, 1923.
Appendix C.—Administration.
Regulations made by the Liquor Control Board,
General Order of the Board fixing Amount of Tax payable under section 55, " Government
Liquor Act."
Price-lists issued by the Provincial Government.
Chart  illustrating Sale of  Liquor  and Administration  of  " Government  Liquor  Act"  by
Electoral Districts.
Graph illustrating infractions of " Government Liquor Act."
Graph illustrating the Administration of the Liquor Control Board.
Statement of Stores and Premises leased or rented.
Statement of Prescriptions for Liquor issued from April 1st, 1922, to March 31st, 1923.
Appendix D.—Permits.
Statement of Permits issued from April 1st, 1922, to'March 31st, 1923. " GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT AMENDMENT ACT, 1922."
Reference will be made throughout this report, as the context may require, to the amending Act passed at the 1922 session of the Legislature.
The following synopsis of this Act, which came into operation on January 1st, 1923, briefly
describes the changes effected:—
Sections amended or added.
11, 16.   Reducing fee for permits and abolishing non-resident and single-purchase permits.
26a, 26b. Adding sections 26a and 26b, prohibiting gifts of liquor by a brewer, distiller,
manufacturer, or exporter of liquor.
31. Unsealed liquor seized to be forfeited. on conviction in addition to any other penalty
prescribed.
45a. Re-enacting section 45a, requiring liquor advertisements to conform to regulation of
the Board.
46. Providing a penalty of imprisonment for a violation of this section.
46a. Repealing and re-enacting section 46a, requiring breweries to label malt liquor and
barrels, etc., containing same.
47. Defining sales of liquor to the Government.
54. Increasing the w-arehouse licence fee to $10,000.
55. Amending the penalty for non-payment and procedure for collection of tax on liquor
not purchased from a Government Liquor Store.
57.   Prohibiting interdicted persons from having liquor in possession.
62.   Providing a penalty of imprisonment for selling liquor in violation of sections 35 and 38.
69. Requiring the Purchasing Agent to determine the market value of all forfeited liquor
suitable for sale in Government Liquor Stores and providing for payments to the Crown for same.
92.   Revising constitution of the Board.
99. Providing for deduction from moneys payable to municipalities of costs and expenses
incurred by Liquor Control Board or Provincial Police officers.
101. Fixing the period to be covered by the Annual Report of the Board.
104. Removing obligation upon the Board to pay witness fees in prosecutions.
108. Revising the method of distribution of profits to municipalities.
109. Providing authority for the Board by regulation :—
(g.)  To prescribe different official seals or labels for different classes of liquor:
(«.) To regulate export liquor warehouses,  and prescribe the books and records to
be kept therein, and to provide for inspection of warehouses, books, records, and
liquor kept therein.
GOVERNMENT   LIQUOR   STORES.
Establishment of Government Liquor Warehouses.
Additional warehouse space in Vancouver for the handling of beer formerly shipped from
outside breweries to agents in Vancouver was secured under a monthly tenancy in the basement warehouse premises situate at 840 Cambie Street at a rental of $125 per month.
Negotiations with the owners of the Pither & Leiser Warehouse, Arictoria, for a renewal
of the lease on these premises were entered upon, and a further lease secured for three years
at the reduced rental of $9,000 per annum, to become operative on expiry of the present lease
in June, 1923.
Establishment of Government Liquor Stores.
To the fifty-one Government Liquor Stores enumerated in the last report there have been
added a further fourteen stores in the following localities:—
Electoral District. Government Liquor Store.
Alberni Parksville.
Columbia    Invermere.
Comox   Powell River.
Campbell River. 14 Geo. 5 Report of Liquor Control Board. B 7
Electoral  District. Government Liquor Store.
Cranbrook    Yahk.
Delta Langley Prairie.
South Westminster.
Fort George  McBride.
Islands    Sidney.
Kaslo   Kaslo.
Prince Rupert  ;. Ocean Falls.
Terrace.
Kamloops    Salmon Arm.
Similkameen    Coalmont.'
The Board deemed it unnecessary to continue m operation the store at Telegraph Creek
and this store was closed.
The store at Powell River was confined to the sale of beer and light wines, whilst the
South AVestminster Store supplies beer only.
Applications for the establishment of stores, supported or otherwise by petitions and counter-
petitions, continued to reach the Board, and a careful investigation by the Board's officials
was instituted before localities were determined upon. AA'ide latitude for expression of opinion
as to the desirability of establishing a vending-point was afforded those immediately concerned,
and where local conditions neither required nor warranted a store, petitions advocating the
opening of such were refused.
In the stores conducted by three or more employees arrangements. were made for keeping
such stores open throughout the week, it being felt that service to this extent was necessary
to offset the activities of the " bootlegger." Provision, however, was made to enable each
employee to have the usual half-holiday on one day in every week.
The opening and closing hours of sale for the stores in the Cities of Victoria, Vancouver,
North Vancouver, New Westminster, and Nanaimo were advanced one hour, business being
conducted during the eight hours allowed by the Act, from 10 a. m. to 6 p. m. on week-days
and 12 noon to 8 p. m. on Saturdays.
It was found necessary to enlarge the premises of two of the Vancouver stores situate at
602 Robson Street and 219 Hastings Street East, and in both instances suitable arrangements
were made to lease the property immediately adjoining on favourable terms.
Management of Stores.
During the summer months A7endors and all employees who had been in the service of
the Board for one year were granted one week's holiday, arrangements being made by the
appointment of Relief Vendors, assisted by the Supervisor of Stores, to allow the Vendors
operating stores without assistance to participate in the same. At the other stores the senior
assistant was temporarily gazetted to act in the Vendor's absence.
Stocks were carefully checked under instructions from the Chief Accountant, and the
necessary changes for relieving the entire staff of Vendors were carried through without
any disruption of business.
To facilitate the handling of the Christmas and New Year trade extra assistance in the
stores was provided, and the Board is pleased to report that during the rush business, as
well as throughout the whole period under review, the standard of service and efficiency has
been well maintained and complaints in this respect have been entirely negligible.
Few changes have been necessary in the staff of Arendors, and with the co-operation of
the Supervisor of Stores and the Travelling Auditors, the business at the various stores has
run smoothly and effectively in conjunction with the head offices of the Board.
In order that the policies of the Board might be better understood and a closer coordination of management arrived at, conferences have been arranged at frequent intervals
between the Board and Vendors in charge of the stores in Vancouver and Victoria, supplemented by personal visits of members of the Board to many of the stores in other districts.
Sale of Liquor to the Public.
With the development-work of the Board accomplished and the business in operation for
a period of over twelve months, the Board recommended a general revision of prices, which
recommendation was adopted by Order in Council, and the new schedule, which became effective B 8 British Columbia. 1923
September 1st, 1922, provided for a considerable reduction in the prices of many varieties of
wines and spirits.
Additional price-lists providing for the sale of ale and stout. Palestine wines for the
Jewish community, and minor alterations in existing price-lists were effected by Order in
Council.    (See Appendix C.—Price-lists.)
PERMITS.
Individual Permits.
The amending Act abolished the non-resident individual permit and the single-purchase
permit, and reduced the fee for the individual permit from $5 to $2 per annum, the fee for
the individual malt liquor permit being also reduced from $2 to $1.
To conform to these amendments Regulation No. 1 of the Board was revised and necessary
changes in the permit forms effected. The new form combined the application with the permit,
and thereby greatly reduced the clerical work in the Government Liquor Stores.
Regulation No. 4 of the Board, limiting the quantity of liquor purchasable on the nonresident permit, was rescinded by Order in Council.
The issuing of permits by Government Agents, which for convenience, at the commencement of the Board's business, had been adopted, was discontinued, this work being now entirely
confined to the Government Liquor Stores.
A detailed statement showing the sales of each variety of permit is furnished in Appendix D.
Special Permits.
The Board further amended Regulation No. 1 by reducing the price to $2 (to conform
with the individual permit) of the permits obtainable by physicians, dentists, veterinaries,
persons engaged in manufacturing or in scientific pursuits, and persons in charge of hospitals.
Applications for special permits for banquets, picnics, civic and other special gatherings
in public places were carefully dealt with, the Board making the approval of the local Chief
of Police in the larger centres of population a conditional feature toward granting the permit.
No complaints from any source have been received in connection with the issuance of
these permits, and the discretionary powers conferred on the Board in this respect have
proved a valuable adjunct in providing some elasticity in what might otherwise have been
a too rigorous restriction on the consumption of liquor at gatherings of a public nature.
.   Permits cancelled.
At the request of responsible persons, and after due investigation had been made, permits
have been cancelled in a few instances by the Board, whilst the cancellation of permits by
Magistrates on conviction of an offence against the " Government Liquor Act" numbered forty-
eight.
PROHIBITIONS.
Appendix B shows in detail all prosecutions reported by the police for infractions of the
" Government Liquor Act."
Law  Enforcement.
The difficulties attendant upon establishing an effective system for law enforcement are
too well known to warrant reiteration.
The " bootlegger "—now a recognized " international pest " on the American Continent—
has proved his ability to provide increasing embarrassment to all classes of officials directly
or indirectly concerned with the administration of liquor laws. AVhether it occurs in a " wet "
or " dry " territory, the illicit sale of liquor is a continuous source of trouble.
The financial ability of liquor-sellers generally to carry their cases to the higher Courts
can be explained on the sole ground of their profits from this illegal traffic. Distasteful as
it may be to the public and administrative officers themselves, the employment of secret-service
operatives would appear essential to secure any real measure of success in curbing secret and
illicit sales.
By instruction of the Attorney-General the Inspector's Department has been placed under
the immediate direction of a Supervisor of Law Enforcement, and the large sum expended on the
operations of this Department is an indication of the activities necessary to cope with a
situation which in the final analysis is largely determined by the measure of support which
the Act receives from law-abiding citizens. 14 Geo. 5 Report of Liquor Control Board. B 9
The Board has no apologies to make for such abuses of the " Government Liquor Act"
as may from time to time occur, a parallel to all of which may be found in the history of the
liquor problem in its legislative aspects throughout the entire world-
Attention is drawn to the following important decisions which  have  been rendered in
connection with cases which have come before the Appeal Courts:—
Rex v. Ferguson.
Rex v. Caskie and Sparks'.
Rex v. Rock
Rex v. Ferguson.— (Court of Appeal.) The Court of Appeal disallowed the appeal of Ferguson
against a conviction for keeping liquor for sale contrary to section 26, in which the constitutionality of the Act was attacked.
Rex v. Caskie and Sparks.— (Court of Appeal.) Appeal allowed June 28th, 1922. The
accused were convicted of selling liquor in violation of section 26 of the Act and sentenced
to six months' imprisonment as provided in section 62. The liquor in question was beer, and
on appeal the Court of Appeal unanimously held, quashing the conviction, that the provisions of
section 62 were not applicable and that the accused should have been convicted under the
provisions of section 46 and punished under the provisions of section 63, a fine for first offence.*
Rex v. Rock.— (Appeal to County Court. Cayley, J., February 3rd, 1923. Appeal allowed.)
The Court held, on the evidence in this case, that no violation of the Act had taken place, the
facts presented being that the accused had waited upon a member of the club and handed
such member a bottle of beer in exchange for a token, and no evidence being adduced touching
the ownership of the bottle of beer in question, the Court held: " If it is the member's own
beer, then the accused was simply waiting on him, not distributing. If it were beer bought
by the club itself, under camouflage of members' names, then it was ' distributing' " : and in
such case the accused would have been properly convicted.of selling beer.
Gift of Liquor.
By the amending Act sections 26a and 26b were added, prohibiting the gift of liquor to
any  person by  any  brewer,  distiller,  manufacturer,  or  warehouse-licence  holder,  or  by  any
employee or agent of the aforesaid persons.
Sale or Beer.
By an amendment to section 46 a special penalty was imposed for selling beer, providing
for imprisonment with hard labour for not less than one month nor more than three months
for the first offence without the option of a fine.
Identification of beer (section 46a) was established by making compulsory the labelling
of malt liquor with a distinctive label showing the nature of the contents, name of brewery,
and place where brewed; barrels and other receptacles containing malt liquor being required
to be marked " beer," " ale," etc., on the outside.
APPLICATION OF ACT.
Pharmaceutical and other Preparations.
The consent of the Board required in the case of manufacturers in bond making application
for licences from the Government of Canada to purchase liquor in bond was granted to the
following firms:—
1922—
Burns Drag Company, Limited A'ancouver.
Chilvers-Johnston,  Limited     „
* Since this decision the Act has been amended (section 7, chapter 45, Statutes of British Columbia,
1922),  and attention is called to  the  following decisions  of the Court of Appeal:—
Bex v. Goslctt.— (Court of Appeal.) May 3rd, 1923. The accused, an hotelkeeper. was convicted of
a violation of the provisions of section 43—-namely, keeping liquor in an hotel in other than a private
guest-room. The liquor in question was beer and the Court of Appeal held: "... there is no
necessity to cut down the ordinary meaning of the definition or liquor in section 2. In other words, that
definition as the Act stood before 1922 includes beer hi all cases except where there is a conflict between
section 26 and section 46, arising out of the difference of penalty applicable under each."
Rex v. Smith.— (Court of Appeal.) May 3rd, 1623. The accused was convicted of selling a liquid
known as beer contrary to the provisions of section 46 as amended in 1922, and sentenced to imprisonment for one month with hard labour. The Court of Appeal held that accused was properly convicted,
and that the Legislature, by the amendment to section 46 above referred to, imposed a new penalty for
the unlawful sale of liquor as defined by section 2, where the liquor in question is beer. B 10
British Columbia.
1923
1923—
J. A. Tepoorten, Limited  ATancouver.
Empress Manufacturing Company, Limited    ,,
National Drug & Chemical Company, Limited  „
Henrietta Toilet Preparations  	
Burns Drug Company, Limited   „
David Spencer, Limited    „
Kelly, Douglas & Co., Limited   „
Dyson Vinegar Company, Limited    „
W. H. Malkin Company, Limited    „
TAXATION PROVISIONS.
In an effort to deter persons from engaging in the business of importing and exporting
liquor, the fee for a warehouse licence was increased from $3,000 to $10,000 per annum by
the 1922 amending Act, this amendment automatically increasing the penalty to a like amount
for failure to pay the fee prescribed.
The following table indicates the firms who received warehouse licences between April
1st, 1922, and December 31st, 1922, at the old rate, and those who have paid the fee of $10,000
and received warehouse licences for the calendar year 1923:—
Warehouse Licences issued from April 1st, 1922, to December 31st, 1922.
Licence
No.
Name of Firm.
Place   of
Business.
Date of
Issue.
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
40
47
48
49
50
AV.  F.  Davison   	
Fernie Liquor Exporters, Ltd.
B.C. Export Co	
Rocky Mountain Traders,  Ltd
Brotman's Ltd	
Dominion Liquor Co	
B.C.   Liquor Co.,  Ltd	
Gold Bond,  Ltd	
Consumers Export Co., Ltd.   . .
Great West Wine Co	
John  Armour,   Ltd	
Fernie Liquor Exporters, Ltd.
Glasgow  Traders,  Ltd	
S. 3. Matthews   	
Dominion Liquor Co	
Victoria
Tank   ...
Fernie   . .
Grand   Forks
Arancouver
Fernie
Cranbrook
Greenwood
Vancouver
Creston   . . .
Greenwood
1022.
April 12.
„    12.
„    18.
..     18.
.,     19.
..    29.
„    29.
May 15.
„     15.
„     15.
„    22.
„    25.
June   6.
„     12.
July    7.
AVarehouse Licences issued from January 1st, 1923.
Licence
No.
Name  of  Firm.
Place  of
Business.
Date of
Issue.
51
52
. | Consolidated  Exporters  Corporation, Limited
. [ Consolidated Exporters Corporation, Limited   .
53 j Consolidated Exporters Corporation, Limited   .
54.
56.
57.
58.
59.
Independent Exporters,  Ltd	
Hyman-Mandel-Ripstein   (trading under the name of Great West Wine
Co.)	
Consolidated Exporters Corporation, Ltd	
Consolidated  Exporters  Corporation,  Ltd	
Brotman's,   Ltd	
Independent Exporters,   Ltd	
Victoria . . .
Vancouver .
Grand Porks
Vancouver    .
Fernie   . . .
Prince Rupert
Vancouver
Greenwood
1923.
Jan.     1.
2.
2.
„     19.
„ 10.
„ 19.
„ 19.
Feb. 16.
„ 20. 14 Geo. 5 Report op Liquor Control Board. B 11
On August 25th, 1922, a number of liquor-dealers incorporated under the title of " Consolidated Exporters Corporation," with a nominal capital of $1,000,000; this firm having as its
first object the taking over as a going concern the assets, shares, and rights of thirteen other
companies to whom warehouse licences had been issued during 1922. (B.C. Gazette, Vol. LXIL,
No. 35, p. 2752.)
It will be observed from the foregoing table that this corporation has paid $50,000 in
warehouse licence fees for the year 1923, covering their establishments at Vancouver, Victoria,
Grand Forks, Fernie, and Prince Rupert.
Taxation of Liquor not purchased from a Government Liquor Store.
In spite of the favourable decision in the Appeal Court in the case of Little v. Attorney-
General, upholding the collection of tax on liquor not purchased from a Government Liquor
Store, the collection of accrued taxes continued to present considerable difficulties. In the
month of December, 1922, a detailed statement of outstanding accounts was submitted to the
Attorney-General's Department, and subsequent action by the Department has resulted in
the collection of a considerable portion of the amounts owing.
Revision of the price-lists already referred to necessitated revising the general order of
the Board providing for this tax (see First Annual Report, Appendix C). Commencing as
from February 1st, 1923, the general order of the Board of August 27th, 1921, was rescinded
and a revised general order promulgated, providing for a schedule covering the tax, plus 10
per cent., on liquor and malt liquor, which in the opinion of the Board would be equal to the
amount of profit which would have accrued to the Government if the liquor so taxed had
been purchased from a Government Liquor Store.    (See Appendix C.)
To expedite the collection of this tax the Inspector at Vancouver was empowered to collect
the same through the Deputy Inspectors, and to issue official receipts, the original declaration
being forwarded to the head office of the Board for further scrutiny and filing.
It is gratifying to report that a large proportion of the outstanding accounts have been
received, the collections for the period under review totalling $26,076.48, as against $9,224.80
for the .first period, and it would appear from recent reports that private importations are
rapidly dwindling, due doubtless to the establishment of a greater number of stores and a
more widespread knowledge of the requirements governing the payment of this tax.
INTERDICTION.
During the year 1922-23 ninety-six persons throughout the Province have been ordered
" interdicted" by Magistrates and Chief Constables. One interdiction was set aside by the
County Court, and six orders of revocation have been issued by interdiction officials after being
satisfied that the justice of the case so required.
In all cases Arendors have been notified both of the interdiction orders and the orders of
revocation.
PENALTIES AND PROCEDURE.
The amending Act altered section 62 of the Act to include a term of imprisonment for
giving or selling liquor to minors or interdicted persons contrary to the provisions of sections
35 and 38 respectively.
The Board in turn issued special instructions to all Vendors to exercise particular care
in the issuing of permits to any person who might reasonably be suspected of being under 21
years of age, and prohibited the delivery of liquor at the stores to minors acting in the capacity
of messengers for permit-holders.
Forfeiture of Liquor unclaimed.
Liquor seized under the provisions of section 68 of the Act, for which no claim was filed
with the Board within the prescribed limit of thirty days, consisted of: AVhisky, 471 bottles
and 10 part bottles; gin, 169 bottles and 2 part bottles ; rum, 1 bottle; beer and ale, 2,711 bottles ;
Chinese and Japanese liquor, 2iy2 bottles; non-descript, 2% gallons. B 12 British Columbia. 1923
Liquor forfeited or seized.
Section 69 as amended provided for the valuation of all forfeited liquor by the Purchasing
Agent and for payment to the Crown by the Board for such liquor as the Purchasing Agent
deemed suitable for sale in the Government Liquor Stores. Provision wras also made for the
destruction of unsuitable liquor under competent supervision as directed by the Attorney-General.
Adequate arrangements have been made with the Purchasing Agent's Department for
carrying into effect the conditions laid down in this section of the Act, and, supplemented by
reports from the Supervisor of Stores and the Warehouse Managers, the Purchasing Agent
forwards to the Board his recommendation as to the disposal or destruction of forfeited liquor
wherever situated throughout the Province. All liquor, other than beer, ordered to be destroyed
is forwarded to the Government Liquor AVarehouses to be held for six months from date
of forfeiture as a protection against further claims or Court proceedings, and no liquor, other
than beer, is taken into stock or destroyed by A'endors or AVarehouse Managers until six
months have elapsed from the date of forfeiture, or for such further period as may be necessary
pending litigation.
Destruction of this liquor, which frequently includes non-descript samples of illicit manufacture, is provided for from time to time by Order In Couucil when a sufficient quantity has
accumulated in connection with which the six mouths'  interval  has elapsed.
Proof of destruction of all forfeited liquor previously authorized by Order in Council is
supported by statutory declaration of the person destroying same, such declaration also being
signed by the two witnesses in whose presence the liquor was destroyed. These declarations
are forwarded to head office for filing.
References to the Orders in Council covering the destruction of forfeited liquor during
the period under review are as follows:—
Orders in Council. Approved.
No.    524  May 4th, 1922.
No.    809 July 7th, 1922.
No. 1190  Oct. 10th, 1922.
No.    183 Feb. 12th, 1923.
Report of Seizures in Municipalities.
Statements in detail of all seizures of liquor and of liquor ordered forfeited after conviction
have been forwarded monthly in conjunction with the prosecution reports by all Chief Constables
(Provincial and Municipal).
Inspection of Premises and Books of AA'arehouse-licence Holders.
Regulation No. 9 of the Board (see Appendix C) required the holders of warehouse licences
to keep accurate daily records of all incoming and outgoing liquor and to provide access to
all premises for officers of the Board's Inspection Department.
LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD.
Staff.
The diagram illustrating the general administration of the Board through its various
departments shows the entire organization as at March 31st, 1923.    (See Appendix C.)
There have been added to the staff of the Board since the last report the two executive
offices of Supervisor of Law Enforcement and Supervisor of Stock.
In accordance with the provisions of section 11 of the "Public Officers' Security Act,"
the AVarehouse Managers, Arendors, tha Inspector and Deputy Inspectors, and such employees
of the Accounting Branch as deemed necessary are bonded in sums proportionate to the nature
of the work in which they are engaged. 14 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
B 13
A recapitulation of the permanent staff as at March 31st, 1923, is as follows:—
Male.
Returned
Soldier.
Not
Returned
Soldier.
Female.
Total.
Administrative  Offices.
Secretary's   Office   	
Accountant's Office   	
Purchasing Agent's Office   	
Supervisor  of  Stock's  Office   	
Inspector's   Office   	
Supervisor of Law Enforcement's Office	
Supervisor of Stores  	
Private Secretary to Chairman and stenographers to Members of
Board   	
Government Liquor Warehouses.
Staffs    	
Government Liquor Stores.
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ACCOUNTING.
Advances.
The Minister of Finance has from time to time advanced sufficient sums to provide adequate
working capital.
Balance-sheets.
Appendix A contains the Balance-sheets and Statements of Profit and Loss for the periods
ending September 30th, 1922, and March 31st, 1923, certified to by the Comptroller-General as
required by the Act.
Reserve Fund.
From the profits as shown in the balance-sheet to March 31st, 1923, the sum of $02,509.70
was subsequently appropriated by Order in Council to the Reserve Account.
Disposition of Net Profits.
Appendix C (chart) shows in detail the disposition of profits to the various municipalities
made during the period under review.
The amending Act provided for the distribution of the share of profits accruing to the
municipalities upon the following terms:—
Fifteen per cent, of the net amount to be placed to the credit of a special account in the
Treasury, with restrictions as to disbursement by the Provincial Secretary in aid of all hospitals
within the meaning of section 2 of the " Hospital Act."
Thirty-five per cent, of the net amount to be paid to the municipalities in proportion to
their respective population; two-sevenths of such payments to be placed to the credit of the
Board of School Trustees Account in the Municipal Treasury to be disbursed for school purposes
only.
REGULATIONS.
Appendix C includes amendments to regulations shown in the First Annual Report, together
with regulations passed by the Board during the fiscal year 1922-23.
These regulations have been published in the British Columbia Gazette in accordance with
the provisions of section 109 of the Act. B 14 British Columbia. 1923
GENERAL   PROVISIONS.
Monthly Reports of Prosecutions.
Reports from the Provincial and Municipal Police have been received monthly on forms
provided by the Board, setting forth the details required by section 111 of the Act.
For the convenience of the public, the Act as amended by the " Government Liquor Act
Amendment Act, 1922," has been issued in a consolidated form.  B 16                                                British Columbia.
1923
APPENDIX A.
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BALANCE-SHEET AS AT
ASSETS.
CASH   IN   BANK   	
CASH   ADVANCES   TO   COMMISSIONERS,   WAREHOUSE  MANA>
5ERS,   AUDITORS,   AND
ACCOUNTS   RECEIVABLE    	
.   . .             4,320 47
CLAIMS ACCOUNT   	
              6,413 50
STOCK ON HAND AS  PER  INVENTORY   	
      2,108.217 29
REAL   ESTATE   	
           30,000 00
BUILDINGS   (LESS  DEPRECIATION)    	
         116,600 00
FURNITURE  AND  FIXTURES   (LESS  DEPRECIATION)    	
            11,019 19
DEFERRED CHARGES:
INSURANCE  	
.'   $17,577 60
GUARANTEE   BONDS   	
           607 52
$2,364,768 92
D. R. MACFARLANE,
Chief Accountant.
A. M. JOHNSON,
Chairman.
V 14 Geo. 5
Report op Liquor Control Board.
B 17
SEPTEMBER 30th, 1922.
LIABILITIES.
PROVINCIAL   TREASURY   DEPARTMENT,   ADVANCES       $   821,039 59
ACCOUNTS PAYABLE            295,498 97
RESERVE FUND            172,971 59
$1,289,510 15
PROFIT  AND  LOSS   ACCOUNT   (UNDIVIDED   PROFITS)          1,075,258  77
$2,364,768 92
I certify that I have examined the accounts of the Liquor Control Board for the six months ended
September 30th, 1922, and that in my opinion the attached Balance-sheet is properly drawn up so as to
exhibit a true and correct statement of the affairs of the Board, according to the best of my information
and the explanations given to me and as shown by the books of the Board.
A. N. MOUAT, C.A.,
Comptroller-General, Province of British Columbia.
Victoria, B.C., November 7th, 1922. APPENDIX A—Continued.
TRADING ACCOUNT FOR THE PERIOD
TO  STOCK  ON HAND, MARCH 31st, 1922       $2,385,306 74
„   MERCHANDISE   PURCHASED         2,568,928 88
„   OPERATING COSTS:
AVAREHOUSES :
Salaries      $ 41,667 79
Rent           10,825 00
Insurance     4,614 64
Telegraph and  telephone     467 05
Light,  water,  and fuel     671  50
Depreciation      3,070 61
Sundries            4,699 10
 $ 66,015 69
VENDORS:
Salaries  $126,954 83
Rent     25,106 92
Insurance     8,921 06
Telegraph and  telephone     1,507 28
Light, water, and fuel     2,056 83
Depreciation      2,598 45
Sundries     7,571  56
 174,716 93
 240,732 62
„   HEAD OFFICE EXPENSES:
•   Administrative  salaries    $ 34,078 10
Travelling  expenses     8,326 80
Interest on advances     41,221 03
Rent      2,370 00
Telegraph and telephone    1,368 57
Light, water, and fuel    96 96
Printing and stationery    7,515 49
Postage     2,673 41
Legal expenses  157 50
Bank charges    19 51
Guarantee bonds    407 43
Depreciation      996 33
Sundries     583 26
 99,814 39
$5,294,782 13
.,   BALANCE  TRANSFERRED  TO  PROFIT AND  LOSS  ACCOUNT         1,082,802 94
$6,377,585 07 14 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
B 19
APRIL 1st TO SEPTEMBER 30th, 1922.
BY LIQUOR  SALES       $4,273,541 49
Less discounts   to   druggists       $1,755 15
,,    Vendors' breakages        8,164 86
„    Vendors'  shortages            700 53
„    burglary and theft         2,228 03
 12,848 57
„   OTHER INCOME :
Bank interest  $          632 75
Premium and  exchange     109 43
Rents     5,125 00
Miscellaneous     2,807 68
„   STOCK  ON  HAND AS  PER   INVENTORY         2
$4,260,692 92
8,674 86
108,217 29
6,377,585 07 B 20 British Columbia. 1923
APPENDIX A—Continued.
PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT FOR THE
1922.
SEPT. 30.    TO  SECRET   SERVICE   EXPENSES       $60,413 73
„   MAINTENANCE  OF  PRISONERS           1,126 75
„   REFUNDS OP LICENCES  TO  MUNICIPALITIES     16 65
 $     61,557 13
„   BALANCE, NET PROFIT CARRIED TO  BALANCE-SHEET         1,075,258 77
$1,136,815 90
APPROPRIATION ACCOUNT,
1921.
DEC. 16.     TO  SUNDRY  MUNICIPALITIES       $   200,000 00
„   CONSOLIDATED REVENUE  FUND         200.000 00
1922.
JULY 21.        „   CONSOLIDATED REVENUE  FUND           600,000 00
„   SUNDRY   MUNICIPALITIES            600,000 00
„   RESERVE   FUND            172,971  59
$1,772,971 59
A. M.  JOHNSON,
Chairman. 14 Geo. 5 Report of Liquor Control Board. B 21
PERIOD APRIL 1st TO SEPTEMBER 30th, 1922.
1922.
SEPT. 30.    BY BALANCE   FROM   TRADING   ACCOUNT   FOR    SIX   MONTHS   ENDING
SEPTEMBER   30th,   1922       $1,082,802 94
„   CONFISCATED LIQUORS TAKEN  INTO  STOCK       $  2,149 77
„   WAREHOUSE  LICENCES         45,000 00
„   TAXES REALIZED UNDER SECTION 55           6,863 19
 54,012 96
$1,136,815 90
FISCAL YEAR ENDING MARCH 31st, 1922.
1921.
SEPT. 30.    BY NET PROFIT FOR  PERIOD JUNE  15th TO  SEPTEMBER  30th, 1921 ..   $   541,606 51
„   NET PROFIT FOR   SIX MONTHS  ENDING  MARCH  31st,  1922         1,231,365 08
$1,772,971  59
D.  R,  MACFARLANE,
Chief Accountant. APPENDIX A—Continued.
TRADING ACCOUNT, VANCOUVER WAREHOUSE,
TO STOCK ON HAND, MARCH 31ST, 1922       $1,426,190 04
„   MERCHANDISE   PURCHASED         1,502,866 80
„   OPERATING COSTS :
Salaries    $28,599 36
Rent           4,525 00
Insurance           3,385 44
Telegraph  and telephone     328 60
Light, water, and fuel    807 04
Depreciation        2,873 29
Sundries            2,783 01
 42,801 74
„   VENDORS' OPERATING COSTS:
Stores supplied by Vancouver    96.939 42
„   ADMINISTRATIVE   COSTS     56,894 20
„   NET TRADING PROFIT         618,278 36
$3,743,970 56
TRADING ACCOUNT, VICTORIA WAREHOUSE,
TO  STOCK ON HAND, MARCH 31st, 1922       $   959,116 70
„    MERCHANDISE   PURCHASED         1,066,061  58
„   OPERATING COSTS :
Salaries        $13,068 43
Rent           6,300 00
Insurance           1,229 20
Telegraph and  telephone     138 45
Light, water, and fuel    364 46
Depreciation     197 32
Sundries           1,916 09
 23,213 95
„   VENDORS' OPERATING COSTS :
Stores supplied by Victoria    77,777 51
„   ADMINISTRATIVE   COSTS     42,920 19
„   NET  TRADING  PROFIT     464,524 58
$2,633,614 51 14 Geo. 5 Report of Liquor Control Board. B 23
APRIL 1st TO SEPTEMBER 30th, 1922.
BY LIQUOR  SALES       $2,445,188 05
Less Discounts      $1,080 94
„    Vendors' breakages         3,368 49
,,    A'endors'   shortages            700 53
„    burglary and theft        2,056 60
■  7,206 56
$2,437,981  49
„   OTHER INCOME :
Bank interest    $ 360 67
Premium on exchange    62 37
Rent      5,125 00
Miscellaneous  receipts     2,622 68
 8,170 72
„   STOCK  ON  HAND  AS  PER   INVENTORY         1,297,818 35
$3,743,970 56
D. R. MACFARLANE,
Chief Accountant.
APRIL 1st TO SEPTEMBER 30th, 1922.
BY LIQUOR  SALES       $1,828,353 44
Less Discounts       $   674 21
,,     Vendors' breakages         4,796 37
„    burglary and theft            171 43
 5,642 01
$1,822,711 43
„   OTHER INCOME :
Bank interest    $ 272 08
Premium on exchange  47 06
Miscellaneous  receipts     185 00
  504  14
„   STOCK  ON   HAND  AS  PER  INVENTORY            810,398 94
$2,633,614 51
D. R. MACFARLANE,
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BALANCE-SHEET AS AT
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CASH  IN  BANK     $           141  S8
CASH ADVANCES  TO   COMMISSIONERS,   WAREHOUSE   MANAGERS,   AUDITORS,   AND
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ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE      4,19ri   08
CLAIMS  ACCOUNT    3,286 58
STOCK ON HAND  AS  PER   INVENTORY  1,971,745 37
REAL ESTATE    30,000 00
BUILDINGS   (LESS  DEPRECIATION)      115,400 00
EQUIPMENT  (LESS DEPRECIATION)     28,032 00
FURNITURE  AND  FIXTURES   (LESS  DEPRECIATION)      10,674 48
DEFERRED CHARGES:
Insurance       $8,978 26
Guarantee bonds         206 99
 9,185 25
$2,223,641  78
D. R.  MACFARLANE,
Chief Accountant.
J. II.  FALCONER,
A Member of the Board.
W. N.  WINSBY,
A Member of the Board. 14 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
B 31
MARCH 31st, 1923.
LIABILITIES.
PROVINCIAL   TREASURY   DEPARTMENT,   ADVANCES   . . .
ACCOUNTS PAYABLE   	
RESERVE  FUND   	
$ 564,989 70
183,302 38
225,154 58
$   973,440 66
PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT   (UNDIVIDED PROFITS)         1,250,195 12
$2,223,641 78
I certify that I have examined the accounts of the Liquor Control Board for the six months ended
March 31st, 1923, and that in my opinion the attached Balance-sheet is properly drawn up so as to exhibit
a true and correct statement of the affairs of the Board, according to the best of my information and tho
explanations given to me and as shown by the books of the Board,
A. N. MOUAT,  C.A.,
Comptroller-General, Province of British Columbia.
Victoria, B.C., May 10th, APPENDIX A—Continued.
TRAD TNG ACCOUNT FOR THE PERIOD
TO  STOCK ON HAND, SEPTEMBER 30lH, 1922       .$2,108,217 29
„   MERCHANDISE   PURCHASED      3,295,248 70
„   OPERATING COSTS :
WAREHOUSES :
Salaries   $ 43,875 65
Rent           11,484 79
Insurance     4,672 74
Telegraph and telephone     675 44
Light, water, and fuel     1,613 95
Depreciation      3,100 58
Sundries      3,622 39
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VENDORS :
Salaries      $137,589 37
Rent     26,860 00
Insurance     9,819 12
Telegraph and telephone  1,705 63
Light,  water, and fuel     5,932 56
Depreciation      3,444 71
Sundries            10,542 10
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„   HEAD OFFICE EXPENSES :
Administrative salaries    $ 35,738 51
Travelling  expenses     7,260 87
Interest on  advances     34,680 79
Rent      2,460 00
Telegraph and telephone     1,149 62
Light,  water,  and fuel     151 05
Printing and stationery     7,356 29
Postage     3,060 90
Legal expenses  429 20
Bank charges   .-  164 82
Guarantee bonds     460 07
Workmen's compensation    262 50
Depreciation      1,157 59
Sundries     679 71
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$5,763,416 94
„   BALANCE TRANSFERRED TO PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT         1,232,723 74
$6,996,140  68 14 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
B 33
OCTOBER 1st, 1922, TO MARCH 31st; 1923.
BY LIQUOR   SALES    ,    $5,029,003 76
Less discounts to druggists    $ 1,663 75
„    Vendors'   breakages        11,431 40
,,    Vendors'   shortages     128 13
„    burglary and theft   479 94
  13,703 22
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„   OTHER INCOME :
Bank interest    $ 486 18
Premium and exchange    1 10
Rents  5,125 00
Miscellaneous     3,482 49
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„   STOCK ON HAND AS PER INVENTORY         1,971,745 37 B 34 British Columbia. 1923
APPENDIX A—Continued.
PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT FOR THE
1923.
MARCH 31. TO  SECRET  SERVICE  EXPENSES       $86,419 40
„   MAINTENANCE OF PRISONERS          5,322 51
 $     91,741 91
„   BALANCE,  NET PROFIT CARRIED TO  BALANCE-SHEET         1,250,195 12
$1,341,937 03
APPROPRIATION ACCOUNT,
1922.
DEC.  27.        TO  SUNDRY  MUNICIPALITIES       $   511,537 89
„   CONSOLIDATED   REVENUE             511,537 89
„   RESERVE FUND  52,182 99
$1,075,258 77
D. R. MACFARLANE,
Chief Accountant.
J.  H.  FALCONER,
A Member of the Board.
W. N. WINSBY,
A Member of the Board. 14 Geo. 5 Report of Liquor Control Board. B 35
PERIOD OCTOBER 1st, 1922, TO MARCH 31st, 1923.
1923.
MARCH 31. BY BALANCE FROM TRADING ACCOUNT       $1,232,723 74
„   WAREHOUSE  LICENCES       $90,000 00
„   TAXES REALIZED UNDER  SECTION 55         19,213 29
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$1,341,937 03
FISCAL YEAR ENDING MARCH 31st, 1923.
1922.
SEPT.      30. BY NET PROFIT FOR SIX MONTHS ENDING SEPTEMBER 30th, 1922   . . .   $1,075,258 77
$1,075,258  77 B 36 British Columbia. 1923
APPENDIX A—Continued.
TRADING ACCOUNT, VANCOUVER WAREHOUSE,
TO  STOCK ON HAND,  SEPTEMBER 30th, 1922       $1,297,818 35
„   MERCHANDISE  PURCHASED         1,833,453 17
„   OPERATING COSTS :
Salaries      $28,387 48
Rent           5,184 79
Insurance            3,430 66
Telegraph  and  telephone     482 90
Light, water, and fuel     986 34
Depreciation        2,877 61
Sundries           3,078 49
'- $ 44,428 27
„   VENDORS' OPERATING COSTS :
Stores supplied by Vancouver  ....,    113,502 81
„   ADMINISTRATION         57,007 15
 214,938 23
„   NET TRADING PROFIT         793,172 72
$4,139,382 47
TRADING ACCOUNT, VICTORIA WAREHOUSE,
TO  STOCK  ON HAND,   SEPTEMBER  30th,  1922       $   810,398 94
„   MERCHANDISE   PURCHASED         1,461,795 53
„   OPERATING  COSTS:
Salaries      $15,488 17
Rent           6,300 00
Insurance          1,242 08
Telegraph  and telephone  192 54
Light, water, and fuel     627 61
Depreciation      222 97
Sundries     543 90
    $24,617 27
„   VENDORS'  OPERATING  COSTS:
Stores supplied by Victoria        82,390 "68
„   ADMINISTRATION         38,004 77
 145,012 72
„   NET TRADING PROFIT           439,551 02
$2,856,758 21 14 Geo. 5 Report of Liquor Control Board. B 37
OCTOBER 1st, 1922, TO MARCH 31st, 1923.
BY LIQUOR  SALES       $2,999,621 42
Less Discounts to druggists    $1,347 06
,,    Vendors'  breakages        4,261 60
,,    Vendors' shortages         216 79
„    burglary and theft          299 10
  0,124 55
$2,993,496 87
„   OTHER INCOME:
Bank interest    $ 291  70
Rents      5,125 00
Miscellaneous     3,235 49
  8,652 19
.,   STOCK ON HAND AS PER INVENTORY    '      1,137,233 41
$4,139,382 47
D. R. MACFARLANE,
Chief Accountant.
OCTOBER 1st, 1922, TO MARCH 31st, 1923.
BY LIQUOR   SALES       $2,029,382 34
„   VENDORS' OVERAGES     88 66
 $2,029,471 00
Less discounts to  druggists       $ 316 69
Vendors' breakages     7,169 80
burglary and theft    180 84
7,667 33
$2,021,803 67
„   OTHER INCOME :
Bank interest   $ 194 48
Miscellaneous     248 10
  442 58
„   STOCK ON HAND AS PER INVENTORY            834,511 96
$2,856,758 21
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British Columbia.
1923
APPENDIX A—Continued.
Confiscated Liquors taken into Stock and Paid fob, October 1st, 1922, to March 31st, 1923,
under Section 69, " Government Liquor Act."
Date
taken
into
Stock.
Authority.
Brand.
Quantity.
Price (less
Charges).
67%
gals.
$12.00 gal.
17%
gals.
10.00 gal.
31
bots.
2.00 bot.
45
bots.
1.80 bot.
291
bots.
1.80 bot.
55
bots.
2.40 bot.
173
bots.
2.50 bot.
10
bots.
2.30 bot.
82
bots.
85 bot.
G2
bots.
83 bot.
20
bots.
81  bot.
%
gal.
11.00 gal.
7%
gals.
9.00 gal.
119
bots.
2.65 bot.
4%
gals.
8.50 gal.
1
bot.
2.10 bot.
44
bots.
2.00 bot.
17
bots.
1.90 bot.
6
bots.
1.80 bot.
14
bots.
1.90 bot.
1
bot.
2.70 bot.
1
gal.
10.00 gal.
4
bots.
2.10 bot.
1
bot.
1.75 bot.
2
bots.
2.50 bot.
116
bots.
80 bot.
64
bots.
83 bot.
15%
gals.
10.00 gal.
4
gals.
12.00 gal.
12
gals.
10.00 gal.
15
bots.
2.10 bot.
25
bots.
1.80 bot.
44
bots.
2.25 bot.
36
bots.
2.50 bot.
3%
gals.
9.00 gal.
12
bots.
1.75 bot.
12
bots.
1.02 bot.
4
bots.
2.00 bot.
168
bots.
1.90 bot.
232
bots.
2.55 bot.
63
bots.
2.30 bot.
12
cases
28.80 case.
1
gal.
10.00 gal.
9
bots.
2.55  bot.
1
gal.
9.00 gal.
1
case
14.00 case.
2
cases
14.50 case.
10
bots.
2.15 bot.
36
bots.
2.25 bot.
26
bots.
2.65 bot.
12
bots.
2.45 bot.
1
gal.
16.00 gal.
165
bbls.
13.50 bbl.
1922.
Nov.      8
8
8
1923.
Mar. 12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
Attorney-General
Scotch Whisky  	
Rye  Whisky   	
G. & W. Special Rye  (R.Q.)   	
G. & W. Rye  (R.Q.)   	
Walker Imperial Rye (R.Q.)   	
Hennessy 3 Star Brandy   (R.Q.)   . . .
Dewar's  Special   (R.Q.)   	
Black  &  White   (R.Q.)   	
Mui Kwei Lu   Opts.)   	
Ng Ka Py  (pts.)   	
Kwong Tai   (pts.)   	
Parker's Irish  Whisky   	
Gold Coin Rum   	
Queen Anne Whisky (R.Q.)   	
Rum   	
Gordon's Orange Bitters  (R.Q.)
Corby's Special Selected Rye  (R.Q.)
Booth's High & Dry Gin  (R.Q.)   	
Feuerheerd Port  (R.Q.)   	
Gordon's Dry Gin  (R.Q.)   	
DeKuyper Gin   (Red)   (R.Q.)   	
Fine Old Brandy  	
Canadian Club  	
Benedictine   (pts.)   	
Sparkling Moselle  (pts.)   	
Ng Ka Py (pts.)   	
Mui Kwei Lu   (pts.)   	
Seagram's Rye   	
Scotch  Whisky 	
Scotch   Whisky  	
Canadian Club Rye  	
Walker's Imperial Rye	
Heather Dew   	
Sandy  Macdonald   	
Villard's *** French Brandy
Corby's Majestic Rye (R.Q.)
N.P. Vermouth  	
G. & W. Special Rye  (R.Q.)
Gordon's Dry Gin   	
Walker's Red Label   	
Bell's Perth Whisky  	
Kiku-,Turushi Sake	
Hill & Hill Bourbon   	
I Dewar's Special   	
|Hennessy Brandy	
Burke's Bass Ale (pts.)   ....
Guinness'  Stout  (pts.)   	
Aitken Melrose Scotch  	
Sunnybrook Bourbon 	
Haig & Haig   	
Black & White  	
Grain Alcohol   (duty paid)   .
Beer  	
D. R. MACFARLANE,
Chief Accountant. 14 Geo. 5
Beport of Liquor Control Board.
B 47
APPENDIX B.
Summary of Prosecutions under the " Government Liquor Act."
Disposition.
Description of Offence.
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Holding of more than one permit
Section 26.
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1
$        90
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$          90
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Selling or offering liquor for"
Giving liquor for consideration  .
Exposing or keeping liquor for |
sale   J
187
9
44
115
11
8
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00
$12,700 00
19,475
00
Section 28.
Purchasing  or  attempting to "1
120
1
10
100
1,325
00
5,200
00
6,525
00
Taking liquor for consideration J
Section 29.
Consumption of liquor on warehouse, brewery or store prcm-
1
1
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Possession of liquor unsealed . .
319
16
6
110
187
9,370
00
10,250
00
19,620
00
Section 32.
Consuming   liquor   in   a   public
33
7
1
22
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1,150!
00
150
00
1,300
00
Section S3.
Drunk in a public place   	
1,372
27
71
364
720
190
40,145
00
9,660
00
49,805
00
Section SS.
Supplying liquor to a minor . . .
Section 33.
8
1
7
400
00
400
on
Supplying   liquor   to   an   interdicted person  	
Section i)l.
3
3
200
00
200
00
Improper use of permit	
Section 1)2.
4
4
225
00
225
00
Permitting drunkenness "|
Giving liquor to a person under j-
the influence of liquor  . . . . j
37
1
6
3
26
1
1,775
00
50
00
1,825
00
Section i)3.
Keeping or consuming liquor in
any part of an inn other than
60
10
49
1
3,775
00
100
00
3,875
00
Section H.
Keeping   or, having   liquor   on
premises of person engaged in
selling non-intoxicating bever-
115
10
1
57
47
4,650
00
2,400
00
7,050
00
Section i)5.
Canvassing, advertising, etc.   ..
2
2
1,050
00
1,050
on
	 B 48
British Columbia.
1923
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Summary of Prosecutions  under  the  " Government  Liquor  Act "■—Continued.
Description of Offence.
Disposition.
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Section SS (2).
Failure to report liquor	
Section 6"t.
Seizure of liquor in conveyances
Section 71.
Refusing     information     as     to
source of supply  	
Totals  	
630
28
175
2,900       39
199
502
1,209
414
951
$21,995 00
50 00
200 00
50 00
$41,900 00
$ 63,895 00
50 00
200 00
50 00
$9.:!,225  00
$82,410 00
$175,635 00 14 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
B 49
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled frOi\i Monthly Reports received from Police  (Section 111).
Section Ik-—Holding of more than One Permit.
Disposition.
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Section 26.—Selling or offering Liquor for Sale;  giving Liquor for Consideration;
exposing or keeping Liquor for Sale.
Atlin  	
Cariboo   	
Chilliwack :
City of Chilliwack  	
Columbia   	
Comox :
City of Cumberland  	
City of Courtenay   	
Cowichan :
Balance of district  	
Cranbrook:
City of Cranbrook  	
Balance of district	
Delta :
Municipality  of Delta   ....
Dewdney :
City of Port Coquitlam  . . .
F.squimalt.:
Municipality of Esquimau
Fernie :
City of Fernie	
Balance of district	
Fort George :
City of Prince George
Balance of district  	
Grand Forks   	
Kamloops :
City of Kamloops  	
Kaslo :
Balance of district	
Nanaimo :
City of Nanaimo	
Balance of district	
Nelson :
City of Nelson	
Newcastle:
City of Ladysmith   	
North Okanagan :
City of Vernon  	
New Westminster:
City of New Westminster  .
Balance of district	
Omineca   	
Prince Rupert:
City of Prince Rupert  ....
Balance of district	
Carried forward
2
1
2
4
1
1
1
3
15
7
6
1
5
2
2
3
2
3
1
6
7
6
109
2
2
5
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
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2
1
5
1
1
1
3
1
2
1
1
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4
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$     75 00
1,550 00
1,000 00
2,000 00
150 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
600 00
$        75 00
1,550 00
1,000 00
3,000  00
2,000 00
150 00
1,000 00
600 00
1,000 00
3,000 00
$0,775 00      $3,600 00   I   $10,375 00
1 I	 B 50
British Columbia.
1923
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section 26.—Selling or offering Liquor for Sale;  giving Liquor for Consideration;
exposing or keeping Liquor for Sale—Continued.
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Municipality of Penticton  . ..
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4
19
1
2
1
37
3
7
3
1
2
7
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3
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$3,600 00
9,100 00
$10,375 00
South Vancouver:
Municipality of S. Vancouver
Municipality of Burnaby  ....
Trail:
City of Trail  	
Vancouver:
City of Vancouver   	
Balance of district  	
Victoria :
9,100 00
Yale :
Totals  	
187
9
44
115
Ill       8
$6,775 00
$12,700 00
$19,475 00
1
Section 28.—Purchasing or attempting to purchase Liquor;  talcing Liquor for Consideration.
Comox :
City of Courtenay	
Cranbrook :
City of Cranbrook	
Fernie :
Balance of district	
Nanaimo :
City of Nanaimo	
New Westminster :
City of New Westminster
Prince Rupert:
City of Prince Rupert  . . .
Revelstoke :
City of Revelstoke  	
Similkameen :
Municipality of Penticton
Balance of district	
Trail:
City of Trail  	
Balance of district	
Vancouver:
City of Vancouver  	
Victoria :
City of Victoria   	
Totals  	
103
120
1
1
1
1
2
1
3
1
1
2
1
3
100
1
19
100
50 00
75 00
50 00
50 00
100 00
50 00
300 00
100 00
50 00
100 00
100 00
250 00
50 00
5,200 00
$1,325 '00   |   $5,200 00
$        50
00
75
00
50
00
50
00
100
00
50
00
300
00
100
00
50
00
100
00
100
00
5,450
00
50
00
$ 6,525
00
Section 2d.—Consumption of Liquor on Warehouse, Brewery, or Store Premises.
Comox :
City of Courtenay
I I 14 Geo. 5
.Report of Liquor Control Board.
B 51
APPENDIX li—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section 31.—Possession of Liquor unsealed.
Electoral District.
Disposition.
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Atlin   	
Chilliwack:
City of Chilliwack  	
Municipality of Chilliwack
Balance of district	
Columbia   	
Comox :
Balance of district	
Cowichan :
Balance of district	
Cranbrook:
City  of Cranbrook   	
Balance of district	
Delta :
Municipality of Surrey   . . .
Municipality of Delta   ....
Dewdney :
Municipality of Maple Ridge
Municipality of Coquitlam
Fernie :
City of Fernie	
Balance of district	
Fort George :
City of Prince George
Balance of district	
Grand Forks :
City of Grand Forks  	
Balance of district	
Greenwood :
Balance of dis-trict	
Kamloops :
Balance of district	
Kaslo :
City of Kaslo  	
Balance of district	
Nanaimo :
City  of Nanaimo   	
Balance of district	
Newcastle :
Balance of district	
North Okanagan :
City of Armstrong  	
City of Enderby   	
New Westminster :
City of New Westminster ..
Prince Rupert:
City of Prince Rupert  	
Balance of district	
Revelstoke :
City of Revelstoke  	
Richmond :
Municipality of Richmond   .
Municipality of Point Grey .
Carried forward  .
79
06
75 00
50 00
100 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
200 00
50 00
450 00
150 00
300 00
100 00
100 00
675 00
545 00
50 00
100 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
75 00
50 00
100 00
50 00
100 00
50 00
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350 00
250 00
50 00
100 00
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$5,120 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50
100
50
50
50
200
50
450
150
350
50
100
100
675
545
50
100
50
50
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
50 00
75 00
50 00
100 00
50 00
100 00
50 00
575 00
350 00
250 00
50 00
100 00
175 00
$ 150 00
$ 5,270 00 B 52
British Columbia.
1923
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section 31—Possession of Liquor unsealed—Continued.
Disposition.
Electoral District.
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Saanich :
Municipality of Saanich   ....
Similkameen :
Municipality of Penticton   . . .
79
1
4
1
8
2
5
1
2
1
2
1
66
1
3
1
3
••
$5,120 00
50 00
150 00
50 00
50 00
150 00
2,350 00
1,450 00
$   150 00
50 00
10,05'Cl 00
$  5,270  00
50 00
150 00
50 00
South Okanagan:
1   |
6   |
218   |
9   |
1
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1
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7   |    ..
50 00
South Vancouver:
Municipality of S.  Vancouver
Vancouver:
200 00
12,400 00
1,450 00
Victoria :
Totals   	
319   1    ..
16   1      6
110   11S7
$0,370 00
$10,250 00
$19,620 00
1
1
1
Section 32.—Consuming Liquor in a Public Place.
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1   1
1           I
5   1             1
1
1
1
Fernie :
1
$      75 OO
175 00
50 00
100 00
50 00
200 00
150 00
50 00
50 00
'50 00
150 00
50 00
$     50 00
50 00
50 00
$        75 00
175 00
3
1
2
1
4
3
1
1
1
3
1
Kamloops :
2   1    . .   |
1        ..        ..
100 00
50 00
Nanaimo :
5   |
3   1
1   1
150 00
Nelson :
1
50 00
North Okanagan :
City of Armstrong  	
New Westminster :
City of New Westminster . . .
Prince Rupert:
City of Prince Rupert  	
Similkameen :
1
1
1
2
3
1
1
1
1
1
50 00
50 00
100 00
Trail :
City of Trail  	
Vancouver:
Citv of Vancouver  .	
Victoria :
City of Victoria   	
150 00
50 00
r.n on
Yale :
Balance of district	
1
Totals  	
33
7
1
22
8
$1,150 00
$   150 00
$ 1,300 00 14 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
B 53
APPENDIX B— Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section 33.—Drunk in a Public Place.
Electoral District.
Disposition.
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Albemi:
City of Port Alberni  	
Atlin  	
Cariboo   	
Chilliwack:
City of Chilliwack  	
Balance of district	
Columbia   	
Comox :
City of Courtenay	
City of Cumberland  	
Balance of district	
Cowichan: •
City of Duncan 	
Municipality of N. Cowichan
Cranbrook:
City of Cranbrook  	
Balance of district	
Delta:
Municipality  of Surrey   ....
Municipality of Delta   	
Dewdney :
City of Port Coquitlam  ....
Municipality of Coquitlam  .
Balance of district	
Esquimalt:
Municipality of Esquimalt .
Fernie :
Balance of district	
Fort George :
City of Prince George	
Balance of district	
Greenwood :
Balance of district	
Kamloops :
City of Kamloops  	
City of Salmon Arm   	
Municipality of Salmon Arm
Balance of district	
Kaslo:
Balance of district	
Lillooet   	
Nanaimo :
City of Nanaimo	
Balance of district	
Nelson :
City of Nelson   	
Newcastle :
City of Ladysmith   	
Balance of district	
North Okanagan :
City of Armstrong	
City of Vernon  	
Balance of district	
New Westminster:
City of New Westminster ..
Carried forward  .
2
30
26
2
12
4
3
10
1
4
31
15
6
4
5
1
3
7
2
64
13
4
0
5
4
18
6
52
20
62
465
19   |    14
14
1
12
19
13
3
3
8
1
3
21
14
6
3
3
1
2
36
9
4
6
1
3
10
35
19
6
3
4
2
34
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15
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$ 100 00
1,100 00
1,100 00
100 00
50 00
250 00
150 00
150 00
550 00
50 00
150 00
1,050 00
700 00
300 00
150 00
165 00
50 00
100 00
150 00
400 00
250 00
250 O0
100 00
2,100 00
450 00
200 00
300 00
50 00
150 00
500 00
250 00
1,970 00
950 00
300 00
150 00
200 00
100 00
1,850 00
150 00
50 00
100 00
60 00
50 00
100 00
400 00
50 00
50 00
850 00
100 00
1,250 00
1,150 00
200 00
50 00
250 00
150 00
150 00
610 00
50 00
150 00
1,050 00
700 00
300 00
200 00
265 00
50 00
100 00
150 00
400 00
250 00
250 00
100 00
2,100 00
450 00
200 00
300 00
50 00
150 00
900 00
250 00
2,020 00
950 00
300 00
150 00
250 00
100 00
2,700 00
$16,935 00
$1,860 00 I $18,795 00
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British Columbia.
1923
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section 33—Drunk in a Public Place—Continued.
Electoral District.
Disposition.
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North Vancouver :
City of North Vancouver   . . .
Municipality of N. Vancouver
Balance of district	
Omineca   	
Prince Rupert:
City of Prince Rupert  	
Balance of district	
Revelstoke :
City of Revelstoke  	
Richmond :
Municipality of Richmond  . . .
Municipality of Point Grey. .
Rossland :
City  of Rossland   	
Saanich :
Municipality of Saanich  ....
Municipality of Oak Bay ....
Similkameen :
Municipality of Penticton  ...
Balance of district	
South Okanagan :
City of Kelowna  	
Balance of district	
South  Vancouver :
Municipality of S. Vancouver
Municipality of Bumaby ....
Trail:
City  of  Trail   	
Balance of district	
Vancouver:
City of Vancouver   	
Victoria :
City of Victoria   	
Balance of district	
Yale :
Balance of district	
465
19
67
12
24
12
4
40
10
23
1
10
8
5
564
72
2
11
19
Totals
1,372
27
14
1
42
71
10
1
1
214
25
1
364
309
5
2
19
46
7
11
3
4
1
26
8
17
1
10
2
4
4
176
43
10
35
10
1
720
130
1
1,935 00
100 00
250 00
100 00
1,460 00
2,300 00
500 00
400 00
550 00
150 00
100 00
200 00
50 00
1,600 00
550 00
1,500 00
50 00
600 00
100 00
200 00
200 00
8,800 00
2,950 00
500 00
190
$40,145 00
I
860 00  $18,795 00
500 00
50 00
350 00
50 00
250 00
6,500 00
100 00
$9,660 00
100 00
250 00
100 00
1,460 00
2,800 00
550 00
750 00
550 00
150 00
100 00
200 00
50 00
1,600 00
600 00
1,500 00
50 00
600 00
350 00
200 00
200 00
15,300 00
3,050 00
500 00
$49,805 00
Section 35.—Supplying Liquor to a Minor.
Cranbrook:
City of Cranbrook . .
Kamloops :
City of Kamloops  . ..
City of Salmon Arm ,
Nanaimo :
Balance of district . .
South Okanagan :
City of Kelowna ....
Vancouver:
Balance of district ..
Totals  	
100 00
100 00
50 00
50 00
100 00
$ 400 00
100 00
100 00
50 00
50 00
100 00
$  400 00 14 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
B 55
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section 38.—Supplying Liquor to an Interdicted Person.
Disposition.
Electoral District.
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$     50 00
50 00
100 00
%
50 00
Similkameen :
Municipality of Penticton  ...
Yale:
City of Merritt  	
50 00
100 00
Totals   	
3
.., „!..
$   200 00
$
200 00
Section Jfl.—Improper Use of Permit.
Atlin	
3
1
3  |    ..
1
1  1    ..
X    150   00
X
150 00
Comox :
..(    ..(    ..
!          i
75 00   |          |
75 00
4
4   |    ..
$   225 00
$
225 00
Section J/2.—Permitting Drunkenness;  giving Liquor to a Person under the
Influence of Liquor.
Cariboo   	
Columbia    	
Comox :
Balance of district	
Delta:
Municipality of Langley ...
Fernie :
Balance of district	
Fort George :
City of Prince George	
Balance of district	
Greenwood :
Balance of district	
Kamloops :
City of Kamloops  	
Kaslo :
Balance of district	
Nanaimo :
Balance of district	
Nelson :
City of Nelson   	
Newcastle :
City of Ladysmith  	
New Westminster :
City of New Westminster . .
Omineca :
Balance of district	
Prince Rupert:
City of Prince Rupert 	
Similkameen :
Municipality of Penticton . .
South Vancouver:
Municipality of Burnaby . ..
Trail :
City of Trail   	
Vancouver:
City of Vancouver   	
Totals   	
37
26
$   150 00
50 00
50 00
75 00
150 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
100 00
550 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
150 00
$1,775 00
50 00
50 00
150 00
50 00
50 00
75 00
150 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
100 00
550 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
200 00
$ 1,825 00 B 56
British Columbia.
1923
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section 43.—Keeping or consuming Liquor in any Part of an Inn other than a
Private Guest-room.
Electoral District.
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Alberni:
City of Port Alberni	
Cariboo	
Comox :
City of Courtenay	
Cowichan :
Balance of district	
Cranbrook:
Balance of district	
Delta:
Municipality of Surrey  ..
Municipality of Langley  .
Fernie :
City of Fernie	
Balance of district	
Fort George :
City of Prince George  ...
Nanaimo :
City of Nanaimo	
Balance of district	
Nelson :
City of Nelson   	
New Westminster :
City of New Westminster
Revelstoke:
City of Revelstoke   	
Similkameen :
Municipality of Penticton
Balance of district	
Trail :
City of Trail  	
Vancouver :
City of Vancouver   	
Totals   	
10
1
10
1
60
I    10
$   100 00
50 00
100 00
50 00
200 00
100 00
50 00
900 00
480 00
50 00
445 00
75 00
75 00
100 00
200 00
50 00
50 00
700 00
100 00
49
$3,775 00
$   100 00
100
00
50
00
100
00
50
00
200
00
100
00
50
•00
900
00
480
00
50 00
445 00
75 00
75 00
100 00
200 00
50 00
50 00
700 OO
100 00
$ 3,875 00
Section ,,,.—Keeping or having Liquor on Premises of Person engaged in selling
Non-intoxicating Beverages.
Columbia   	
Comox:
Balance of district 	
Cranbrook:
City of Cranbrook  ....
Balance of district ....
Dewdney :
City of Port Coquitlam
Fernie :
City  of  Fernie   	
Balance of district ....
Fort George:
City of Prince George .
Balance of district ....
Carried forioarc
18
16
$   100
00
525
00
50
oo
400 00
75 00
50 00
75 00
100 00
$     100 00
525 00
50 00
400  00
75
00
50
00
75
00
00
00
$1,375 00  i
$ 1,375 00 14 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
B 57
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly" Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section 44-—Keeping or having Liquor on Premises of Person engaged in selling
'Non-intoxicating Beverages—Continued.
Electoral District.
Disposition.
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Grand Forks :
City of Grand Forks 	
Kamloops :
City of Kamloops	
City of Salmon Arm  	
Balance of district	
Kaslo :
Balance of district	
Nanaimo :
City of Nanaimo	
Balance of district	
Nelson :
City  of Nelson   	
Newcastle:
City of Ladysmith   	
North Okanagan :
City of Enderby  	
New Westminster:
City of New Westminster ...
Omineca   	
Prince Rupert:
City of Prince Rupert	
Revelstoke :
City of Revelstoke  	
Similkameen :
Balance of district	
Slocan :
Balance of district	
South Okanagan :
City of Kelowna	
South Vancouver :
Municipality of S. Vancouver
Trail:
City of Trail   	
Vancouver:
City of Vancouver  	
Victoria :
City of Victoria   	
Balance of district	
Totals
18
2
1
6
1
6
2
1
1
8
1
1
4
1
49
1
1
115
10
16
46
47
$1,375 00
50 00
100 00
50 00
50 00
450 00
200 00
100 00
550 00
625 00
50 00
100 00
350 00
50 00
200 00
200 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
$4,650 00
100 00
|   $ 1,375 00
50 00
100 00
50 00
50 00
450 00
200 00
100 00
2,300 00
$2,400 00
550 00
625 00
50 00
100 00
450 00
50 00
200 00
200 00
50 00
2,350 00
50 00
$ 7,050 00
Section 45.—Canvassing, Advertising, etc.
1
1
1
1
$     50 00
1,000 00
    |   $        50 00
    |       1,000 00
Totals  	
2
2
$1,050 00
    1   $ 1,050 00 B 58
British Columbia.
1923
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section 46.—Selling or dealing in Beer or Near-beer.
Electoral District.
Disposition.
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Alberni:
City of Port Alberni  	
Atlin  	
Cariboo   	
Chilliwack:
City of Chilliwack   	
Balance of district	
Comox:
Balance of district	
Cowichan :
City of Duncan   	
Delta :
Municipality of Surrey  	
Dewdney:
City of Port Coquitlam	
Municipality of Coquitlam ..
Femie :
City of Fernie	
Balance of district	
Fort George :
City of Prince George   	
Greenwood :
Balance of district	
Nanaimo :
City of Nanaimo	
Balance of district	
Nelson :
Balance of district	
Newcastle :
City of Ladysmith   	
Balance of district	
New Westminster :
City of New Westminster  . . .
Balance of district	
North Vancouver :
Municipality of N. Vancouver
Omineca   	
Prince Rupert:
City of Prince Rupert  	
Balance of district	
Revelstoke :
City of Revelstoke  	
Richmond :
Municipality of Richmond . . .
Similkameen :
Municipality of Penticton  . ..
Balance of district	
South Vancouver:
Municipality of S. Vancouver
Trail:
City of Trail	
Balance of district	
Carried forward ..
1
1
1
2
6
3
1
14
16
10
19
3
11
10
14
9
19
3
171
19
139
50 00
50 00
50 00
100 00
50 00
250 00
725 00
200 00
100 00
700 00
450 00
210.00
50 00
1,135 00 |
875 OO
I
50 00
150 00
250 00
1,425 00
100 00
100 00
75 00
7.600 00
150 00 I
200 00
200 00
2,000 00
750 00
250 00
250 00
500 00
$19,045 00
$ 500 00
200.00
700 00
I
50
00
50
00
50
00
100
00
50
00
250 00
1,225 00
200 00
100 00
700 00
450 00
210 00
50 00
1,135 00
875 OO
50 00
150 00
250 00
1,425 00
100 00
100 00
75 00
7,600 00
150 00
200 00
200 00
2,000 00
750 00
250 00
450 00
500 00
$19,745 00 14 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
B 59
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section 46—Selling or dealing in Beer or Near-beer—Continued.
Disposition.
Electoral District.
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Vancouver:
Victoria :
171
445
2
4
3
5
1
19
6
1
2
7
5
139
26
2
2
1
5
5
408
1
$19,045 00
2,450 00
100 00
100 00
50 00
250  00
$   700 00
40,800 00
400 00
$19,745 00
43,250 00
100 00
500 00
50 00
Yale:
250 00
Totals  	
630
1
28
12
175
414
$21,995  00
$41,900 00
$ 63,895 00
Section 55.—Failure to report Liquor.
Fort George :
1
1
1
1
$
50 00
$
50 00
Victoria :
Totals  	
0
1
1
$
50 00
$
50 00
Section 67.—Seizure of Liquor in Conveyances.
Section 71.—Refusing Information as to Source of Supply.
Comox:
Prince Rupert:
City of Prince Rupert  	
1
1
1
1
..   ]    ..
"• '   1      1
1
1
1   j    ..
1
...   |    ..
$   200 00
$     200 00
Totals   	
"  1
1
1
$   200 00
$      200 00
Chilliwack:
Municipality of Chilliwack   . .
Fort George :
1
1
2
1
1
$
50 00
$        50 00
Totals   	
4   |    ..
1
3
1
$
50 00
$        50 00 B GO
British Columbia.
1923
APPENDIX C.
Regulations made, by the Liquor Control Board during-the period April 1st, 1922,
to March 31st, 1923.
Reg. No.
Subject.
O.C. No.
B.C.   Gazette  Reference
13
Transfer of Warehouse Licence No. 45 from Fraser Export
Co., Ltd., to Great West Wine Co.
997
Vol. LXIL,    No. 33, page
2523.
14
Transfer   of   Warehouse   Licence   No.   24   from   National
Exporters, Ltd., to Consolidated Exporters Corporation,
Ltd.
1148
„    38,     „
2893.
Transfer of Warehouse Licence No. 29 from Middle West
Wine Co. to Calgary Export Co., Ltd.
1148
„    38,     „
2893.
16	
Transfer of Warehouse Licence No. 39 from Rocky Mountain   Traders   to   Consolidated  Exporters   Corporation,
Ltd.
1148
„     38,     „
2893.
17	
"
Transfer of Warehouse Licence No. 32 from Victoria Exporters,   Ltd.,  to  Consolidated  Exporters  Corporation,
Ltd.
1148
„    38,    „
2893.
I8	
Transfer of Warehouse Licence No. 50, Dominion Liquor
Co., Ltd., from Creston to Greenwood
1212
„    40,     „
3107.
1<J	
Transfer of Warehouse Licence No. 34 from Columbia Export  Co.,  Grand  Forks,  to  Globe  Liquor  Export  Co.,
Keremeos
1351
„    44,     „
3391.
20	
4
151
Vol. LXHL,    ,,      1,    „
6,     „
3.
Liquor advertisements   (rescission and substitution)   ....
361.
The warehouse licences mentioned in Regulations Nos. 13—19 expired on December 31st, 1922.
Regulation No. 13.
For the purpose of carrying into effect an Indenture made the 3rd day of August, A.D. 1922,
between Eraser Export Company, Limited (called the "Transferor"), of the first part, and Great
West Wine Company (called the "Transferee") of the second part, whereby the Transferor, who
is the holder of Warehouse Licence No. 45, issued by the Liquor Control Board and dated the 15th
day of May, a.d. 1922, has agreed to transfer to the Transferee the said Warehouse Licence No. 45:
Be it Resolved, That the said AVarehouse Licence No. 45, issued in accordance with the provisions of section 54 of the " Government Liquor Act," and covering the premises known as 190
Victoria Avenue, Fernie, British Columbia, be transferred to the name of " Great West Wine
Company."
Regulation No. 14.
For the purpose of carrying into effect a resolution of the directors of the National Exporters,
Limited, passed at a meeting of the directors of the National Exporters, Limited, held on the 14th
day of September, a.d. 1922, whereby the National Exporters, Limited, who are the holders of Warehouse Licence No. 24, issued by the Liquor Control Board and dated the 3rd day of January, a.d.
1922, have agreed to transfer to the Consolidated Exporters Corporation, Limited, the said Warehouse Licence No. 24 :
Be it Resolved, That the Board consent to the transfer of the Warehouse Licence No. 24, issued
in accordance with the provisions of section 54 of the " Government Liquor Act," and covering the
premises known as National Exporters, Limited, 1062 Homer Street, Vancouver, British Columbia,
from said National Exporters, Limited, to " Consolidated Exporters Corporation, Limited."
Regulation No. 15.
For the purpose of carrying into effect a resolution of the directors of the Middle West Wine
Company, Limited, passed at a meeting of the directors of the Middle West Wine Company, Limited,
held on the 11th day of September, a.d. 1922, whereby the Middle West Wine Company, Limited,
who are the holders of Warehouse Licence No. 29, issued by the Liquor Control Board and dated
the 4th day of January, A.D. 1922, have agreed to transfer to the Calgary Export Company, Limited,
the said Warehouse Licence No. 29 :
Be it Resolved, That the Board consent to the transfer of the Warehouse Licence No. 29, issued
in accordance with the provisions of section 54 of the " Government Liquor Act," and covering the
premises known as Middle West Wine Company, Limited, 712 Fraser Street, Prince Rupert, British
Columbia, from said Middle West Wine Company to " Calgary  Export Company,  Limited."
Regulation No. 16.
For the purpose of carrying into effect a resolution of the directors of the Rocky Mountain
Traders, Limited, passed at a meeting of the directors of the Rocky Mountain Traders, Limited,
held on the 14th day of September, a.d. 1922. whereby the Rocky Mountain Traders, Limited, who
are the holders of Warehouse Licence No. 39, issued by the Liquor Control Board and dated the 14 Geo. 5 Report of Liquor Control Board. B 61
APPENDIX C—Continued.
18th day of April, 1922, have agreed to transfer to the Consolidated Exporters Corporation, Limited,
the said Warehouse Licence No. 39:
Be it Resolved, That the Board consent to the transfer of the Warehouse Licence No. 39, issued
in accordance with the provisions of section 54 of the " Government Liquor Act," and covering the
premises situate at Corner Main and Fourth Streets, Grand Forks, British Columbia, from said
Rocky  Mountain Traders,  Limited,  to " Consolidated  Exporters  Corporation,  Limited."
Regulation No. 17.
For the purpose of carrying into effect a resolution of the directors of the Victoria Exporters,
Limited, passed at a meeting of the directors of the Victoria Exporters, Limited, held on the 14th
day of September, a.d. 1922, whereby the Victoria Exporters, Limited, who are the holders of Warehouse Licence No. 32, issued by the Liquor Control Board and dated the 9th day of January, A.D.
1922, have agreed to transfer to the Consolidated Exporters Corporation, Limited, the said Warehouse
Licence No. 32:
Be it Resolved, That the Board consent to the transfer of the Warehouse Licence No. 32, issued
in accordance with the provisions of section 54 of the " Government Liquor Act," and covering
the premises known as Victoria Exporters, Limited, 1150 Wharf Street, Victoria, British Columbia,
from said Victoria Exporters, Limited, to " Consolidated Exporters Corporation, Limited."
Regulation No. 18.
Whereas the Dominion Liquor Company, Limited, being the holder of Warehouse Licence No.
50, covering the premises known as Lot 5, Block 23, Creston, British Columbia, have made application to the Liquor Control Board for the transfer of such licence to certain premises in the Town
of Greenwood, British Columbia:
Be it Resolved, That the Liquor Control Board consent to the transfer of the said Warehouse
Licence No. 50 from the premises named therein—namely, Lot 5, Block 23, Creston, British Columbia—
to the premises known as Lot 3, Block 13, Map 21, City of Greenwood, British Columbia.
Regulation No. 19.
Whereas Elizabeth Webster and Robert Arthur Barron, of .the City of Grand Forks, in the
Province of British Columbia, trading under the firm-name and style of the " Columbia Liquor
Export Company," holding Warehouse Licence No. 34, have by deed ot assignment in writing under
seal, dated the 7th day of October, a.d. 1922, transferred to the Globe Liquor Export Company,
Limited, the said Warehouse Licence No. 34:
And whereas it appears from the statutory declaration of Augustus Lovell TJrch, of Grand
Forks aforesaid, dated the 20th day of October, a.d. 1922, and filed with the Board, that the said
Elizabeth Webster and Robert Arthur Barron, prior to the 1st of October, 1922, purchased all the
shares of the said Globe Liquor Export Company, Limited, and are now desirous of carrying on
business as liquor exporters for the unexpired term of said Warehouse Licence No. 34, in Keremeos,
British Columbia, and have applied to the Board for permission to transfer their warehouse premises
from the City of Grand Forks aforesaid to Keremeos aforesaid:
And whereas it appears from the said statutory declaration of the said Augustus Lovell TJrch
that the said Columbia Liquor Export Company have no liquor in their export liquor warehouse
in the City of Grand Forks aforesaid, and that all liquor theretofore stored therein had been exported
from British Columbia when the said Elizabeth Webster and Robert Arthur Barron purchased the
shares of the said Globe Liquor Export Company, Limited, as aforesaid:
And whereas a report has been filed with the Board that the premises in Keremeos aforesaid,
known as Lot 27, Block 71, Seventh Avenue, Keremeos, comply in all respects with the requirements
of subsection  (2)  of section 49 of the " Government Liquor Act":
Resolved, That the Liquor Control Board consent to the transfer of the unexpired portion of
said warehouse Licence No. 34 from the premises named therein, Macintosh Building, First Street,
Grand Forks, British Columbia, to said premises, Lot 27, Block 71, Seventh Avenue, Keremeos
aforesaid.
Regulation No. 20.
For the purpose of carrying into effect the provisions of section 45a of the " Government Liquor
Act," being chapter 30 of the Statutes of British Columbia, 1921, the Liquor Control Board makes
the following regulation, to be known as Regulation No. 20 of the regulations of the Liquor Control
Board :—
(1.) Every advertisement respecting liquor, published or displayed in any newspaper, magazine,
or other periodical, shall contain the statement: " This advertisement is not published or displayed
by the Liquor Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia," in letters or type not
smaller than the type known, as ten (10)  point.
(2.) Every advertisement, sign, or poster respecting liquor, published or displayed otherwise
than in a newspaper, magazine, or other periodical, shall contain the statement: "This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor Control Board or by the Government of British
Columbia," in words of a like conspicuous nature as to method of reproduction, colour, and background as the most conspicuous of the other words contained in the advertisement, sign, or poster,
and in letters or type not smaller than the largest letter or type appearing in or on the said advertisement, sign, or poster. B 62
British Columbia.
1923
APPENDIX C—Continued.
Amendments to Regulations Nos. 1 to 12, Published in the First Annual Report,
Page 49, 1922.
Reg. No.
Subject.
0.C No
B.C.  Gazette Reference.
4
9
1
2
Quantity of liquor purchasable under temporary individual
permits   (rescission)
Export warehouse records  	
Permits (rescission and substitution of Regulation No. 1)
Permits (amending clauses 1 and 6 of Regulation No. 1)
Salaries of clerks and servants 	
805
930.
1563
223
203
Vol. LXIL,    No. 28, page 212
Vol. LXIIL,
31,
52,
8,
2374.
4000.
517.
517.
Regulation No. 4.
Rescinded.
Regulation No. 9.
For the purpose of carrying into effect the provisions of the " Government Liquor Act," chapter
SO of the "Statutes of British Columbia, 1921," and of preventing the sale of liquor within the
Province of British Columbia in violation of those provisions, the following regulations shall apply
in respect of all liquor had or kept in liquor warehouses, that is to say, all warehouses or places
of business within the Province occupied or used for the purpose of his business by any person
engaged in or carrying on the business of importing liquor in the Province or of exporting liquor
from the Province; but shall not apply in respect of liquor had and kept by a person and in a
place and manner referred to in section 48 of the said Act:—
(a.) Every person who has or keeps liquor in a liquor warehouse shall keep in the warehouse a
book in which he shall enter from time to time a full and correct statement of all liquor brought or
received into the liquor warehouse, showing as to each entry the day and hour of the bringing-in or
receipt, the name and address of the person from whom the liquor was obtained or received, and the
place from which it was shipped:
(6.) Every person who has or keeps liquor in a liquor warehouse shall keep in the warehouse a
book in which he shall enter from time to time a full and correct statement of all liquor removed or
delivered from the liquor warehouse, showing as to each entry the day and hour of the removal or
delivery, the name and address of the person to whom the liquor is sold, or consigned, the method of
shipment, the name and address of the person to whom the liquor is delivered or entrusted for delivery,
a description (stating licence number, if any) of the vehicle or conveyance in which the liquor is
placed for conveyance from the liquor warehouse, the name and address of the owner of the vehicle
or conveyance and of the driver or person in charge of the same:
(e.) Every person who has or keeps liquor in a liquor warehouse shall make, on Saturday of each
week, and shall keep in a book in the liquor warehouse, a full and correct inventory of all liquor on
hand in the warehouse as of 12 o'clock noon of the day on which the inventory is made:
(d.) Every entry, statement, and every inventory made or kept for the purpose of these regulations shall show in separate detail the kinds, brands, and quantities of the liquor to which it refers,
the description and sizes of the various containers in which the liquor is brought or received into,
kept in, or removed or delivered from the warehouse, and whether cased or in bulk, and if in bulk
shall show the proof strength of the liquor. Each kind or brand of liquor shall be shown by a
separate entry, and each bringing-in, receipt, removal, or delivery of liquor shall be entered and
recorded as a separate transaction:
(e.) Every person upon whom the duty of making or keeping any book, entry, statement or
inventory is imposed by these regulations shall verify or cause to be verified the entries, statements,
and inventories contained in each book kept by him for the purpose of these regulations for each
weekly period ending at 12 o'clock noon on Saturday of each week, by the statutory declaration
of himself or of his officer or agent in charge of the liquor warehouse, stating that the entries, statements, and inventoi'ies are full and complete in respect of the matters and for the period to which
they respectively relate, and that the same are true and correct in substance and in fact, which
declaration shall be contained in the book or attached thereto and shall in each case be duly made
and completed before 12 o'clock noon of the following Monday:
(/.) Eyery person who has or keeps liquor in a liquor warehouse, and every owner, lessee,
agent, or person in charge of the liquor warehouse, shall at all times upon request of any Inspector
appointed under the " Government Liquor Act," or any constable, admit the Inspector or constable
to all parts of the liquor warehouse for the purpose of making inspections therein, and shall produce
and submit to the Inspector or constable for his inspection all books, entries, statements, inventories,
and statutory declarations kept therein for the purpose of these regulations, and all liquor had or
kept in the liquor warehouse ; and shall furnish to the Inspector or constable such assistance as may
be required by him for the making of any inspection of the liquor so had or kept. 14 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
B 63
APPENDIX C—Continued.
• GOVERNMENT  LIQUOR ACT."
HIS HONOUR the Administrator in Council
has been pleased to approve of the following
regulation of the Liquor Control Board, duly made
by the said Board in pursuance of the provisions
of the " Government Liquor Act " :—
LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD.
Regulation No. 1.
Pursuant to the provisions of section 109 of the
" Government Liquor Act," Regulation No. 1,
approved by Order in Council No. 738 the 27th day
of May, 1921, be rescinded, and the attached
regulation to be known as " Regulation No. 1 of
the Regulations of the Liquor Control Board," be
substituted therefor, and that such rescission and
substitution be effective as and from the 1st day
of January, 1923.
LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD.
Regulation No. 1.
(1.) The application for an individual permit
required by subsection (a) of section 11 of the
" Government Liquor Act" shall be in the following
form :—
" GOVERNMENT  LIQUOR  ACT."
(Royal Arms.)
Application for Individual Permit.
Name (in full)
Address  (in full)
Occupation
I,  the above-mentioned ,  being of the full
age- of twenty-one years, hereby make application for
a permit to purchase Liquor in accordance with the
provisions of the " Government Liquor Act " and the
Regulations made thereunder.
Dated at , B.C., this dav of
192     .
(Signature of applicant)   	
And the permit to be issued thereunder shall be
in the following form:—
$2.00 " GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT."        No.     .
(Royal Arms.)
Individual Permit.
This is to certfy that [name in full], of [address
in full], has made application in the prescribed form
and is entitled to purchase Liquor for beverage,
medicinal, or culinary purposes in accordance with
the provisions of the " Government Liquor Act " and
the Regulations thereunder.
Issued at , B.C., this day of
192
This permit is not transferable and expires on
December 31st,  192    .
LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD.
(Signature of permit-holder)  	
Attested by (signature of issuer)  	
(2.) The application for an individual malt
liquor permit required by subsection (a) of section
11 of the " Government Liquor Act," shall be in
the following form :—
" GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT."
(Royal Arms.)
Application  b-or  Individual  Malt  Liquor  Permit.
Name  (in full)
Address (in full)
Occupation
I,  the above-mentioned , being of the full
age of twenty-one years, hereby make application for
a permit to purchase Malt Liquor in accordance with
the provisions of the " Government Liquor Act " and
the Regulations made thereunder.
Dated at                   , B.C., this                day of
192
(Signature of applicant)	
And the permit to be issued thereunder shall be
in the following form :—
$1.00 " GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT."        No.     .
(Royal Arms.)
Individual Malt Liquor Permit.
This is to certify that [name in full] of [address
in full], has made application in the prescribed form
and is entitled to purchase Malt Liquor for beveraae,
medicinal, or culinary purposes in accordance with the
provisions of the " Government Liquor Act " and the
Regulations made thereunder.
Issued at , B.C., this day of ,
192     .
This permit is not transferable and expires on
December 31st,  192    .
LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD.
(Signature of permit-holder)   	
Attested by (signature of issuer)  	
(3.) The application for a special permit required by subsection (c) of section 11 and by
section 25 of the " Government Liquor Act" shall
be in the following form:—
" GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT."
(Royal Arms.)
Application  for  Speci.il  Permit.
(Druggist,   Physician,   Dentist,   Veterinary,   or  Person
in   charge  of  Hospital   or   Sanatorium.)
Name (in full)
Address  (in full)
Profession
I, the above-named, being a properly qualified and
duly   registered within  the  meaning of the
" Government Liquor Act," lawfully and regularly
engaged in the practice of my said profession, and
residing at, [No., street, and city], British Columbia,
hereby make application for a special permit to
purchase Liquor for use in accordance with section
of the " Government Liquor Act " and the
Regulations  thereunder.
Dated at , B.C., this day of
192    .
(Signature of applicant)  	
And the special permit to be used thereunder
shall be in the following form:—
$2.00 " GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT." No.     .
(Royal Arms.)
Special Permit.
(Druggist,  Physician,  Dentist,  Veterinary,  or Person
in charge of Hospital or Sanatorium.)
This is to certify that [name in full] of [address
in full], has made application in the prescribed form
and is entitled to purchase Liquor for use only in
accordance with  section of the  " Oovcrnment
Liquor Act"  and  the Regulations thereunder.
Dated at , B.C., this dav of
192    .
This permit is not transferable and is valid from
date  of issue  to December 31st next  following.
LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD.
(Signature of permit-holder)   	
Attested by (signature of Vendor)  	
(4.) The application for a special permit required by subsection (c) of section 11 of the
" Government Liquor Act," relating to a person
engaged within the Province in mechanical or
manufacturing business or in scientific pursuits
requiring liquor for use therein, shall be in the
following form :—
" GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT."
(Royal Arms.)
Application for Special Permit.
(Person   engaged  in   Mechanical   or  Manufacturing
Business  or  in   Scientific  pursuits.)
Name  (in full)
Address  (in full)
Occupation B 64
British Columbia.
1923
APPENDIX C—Continued.
I,  the above-named,  being engaged in  the business
of , at  [street], in the City of , British
Columbia, hereby make application for a special permit
to purchase liquor for use business as a
Dated at , B.C., this day of
192    .
(Signature of applicant)  	
And the special permit to be issued thereunder
shall be in the following form:—■
No.
$2.00 " GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT."
(Royal Arms.)
Specdil Permit.
(Person   engaged  in  Mechanical   or  Manufacturing
Business or in Scientific pursuits.)
This is to certify that  [name in full]   of  [address
in full], has made application in the prescribed form
and   is   entitled   to   purchase   Liquor   for  use  only   in
business as a on the premises known
as [No., street, city], British Columbia, , and in
accordance with the " Government Liquor .$ct " and
the Regulations thereunder.
Dated at , B.C., this day of
192    .
This permit is not transferable and is valid from
date of issue to December 31st next following.
LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD.
(Signature of permit-holder)   	
Attested by (signature of Vendor) 	
(5.) The application for a special permit
required by subsection (d) of section 11 of the
" Government Liquor Act," shall be in the following form:—
"GOVERNMENT  LIQUOR ACT."
(Royal Arms.)
Application for Special Permit.
(Minister of the Gospel.)
Name   (in full)
Address  (in full)
Denomination
I, [We], the above-named, being Minister [si of the
Gospel of Church at [No., street, and city],
British Columbia, hereby make application for a
special permit to purchase Wine for sacramental
purposes for use in accordance with subsection (d) of
section 11 of the " Government Liquor Act " and the
Regulations thereunder.
Dated at                 , B.C., this                 day of
102    .
(Signature [s]  of applicant [s])	
And the special permit to be used thereunder
shall be in the following form:—
$1.00
No.
' GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT.'
(Royal Arms.)
Special Permit.
(Minister of the Gospel.)
This is to certify that [name in full] and  [name in
full], of [ad-dress in full], has  [have]  made application in  the prescribed  form and is   [are]   entitled  to
purchase  Wine for sacramental purposes for use only
in accordance with sections and of the
" Government Liquor Act " and the Regulations thereunder.
Dated at , B.C., this day of
192    .
This permit is not transferable and is valid from
date of issue to December 31st next following.
LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD.
(Signature [s] of permit-holder [s])	
Attested by (signature of Vendor)	
(6.) The fee payable in respect of a special
permit required by subsection (e) of section 11,
in so far as the same relates to the purchase and
consumption of liquor and malt liquor in a public
place, shall be from $1 to $50 for each permit.
Application for such special permit shall be
made in  writing on  the  following form,  and  the
statutory declaration of the applicant shall be made
by the applicant before any Vendor:—
" GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT."
(Royal Arms.)
Application for  Special  Permit.
(Subsection (e) of Section 11.)
Name of applicant
(If connected with an Association
state oliicial position.)
Association or other organization
.vddress   	
State the following particulars.
Purpose for which permit is required  	
Approximate number of persons participating
Quantity of liquor required :—
(a.)  Wines, 'Spirits, Liqueurs	
(&.)  Malt Liquor	
Place where liquor will be consumed   	
Date on which liquor will be consumed	
Hours during which liquor will be consumed  .
SH    ( '
In the Matter of the
GOVERNMENT   LIQUOR
ACT."
Canada:
Province  of   Britisi
Columbia.
. To Wit:
I,   of	
in the Province of British Columbia, the above-named
applicant, do solemnly declare:—
That the { Bee"01' } above de130"0013 wil1 De consumed only at the time and place and for the purpose above mentioned, and none of such    j BegV.or f
will be sold, supplied, distributed, or otherwise disposed of contrary to the provisions of the "Government Liquor Act."
And I make this solemn declaration conscientiously
believing it to be true, and knowing that it is of the
same force and effect as if made under oath and
by virtue of the " Canada  Evidence Act."
Declared before me at 1
 in the Province
of British Columbia, this
   day of   I
a.d. 192    . J
(Signature.)
(A Vendor.)
(This application when completed to be forwarded
to The Secretary, Liquor Control Board, Victoria,
B.C.)
The special permit required by subsection (e) of
section 11 shall be in the following form :—
Fee $
" GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT."
(Royal Arms.)
Special Permit.
(Subsection  (e)  of Section 11.)
This is to certify that	
No.
of
(Official position)  (Association or other Organization.)
 has
(Address in full.)
made application in the prescribed form and is entitled to purchase liquor, as hereinafter described,
namely :—
Wines. Spirits, Liqueurs 	
Malt  Liquor	
for consumption in a public place, namely :—
On the premises known as   	
City or town      B.C.
On the   day of 192    .
Between the hours of
I a.m. j - ( a.m. ?
1 p.m. ] and -> p.m. (
For the purpose of only.
Dated at , B.C., this dav of
192    .
LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD.
Secretary.
(Signature of permit-holder.) 14 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
B 65
APPENDIX C—Continued.
(7.) The application for a licence to carry on the
business of importing liquor into the Province of
British Columbia or the exporting of liquor out of
the Province required by subsection (2) of section
54 of the " Government Liquor Act," shall be in
the following form :—
" GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT."
(Royal Arms.)
Application for  Warehouse  Licence.
Name of applicant [individual, partnership, or corporation]   (in full)
Address   (in full)
I [We], the above-named , being engaged in
the business of importing liquor into the Province of
British Columbia and exporting liquor from the said
Province, hereby make application for a licence in
respect of the warehouse or place of business now
used [or proposed to be used] for the purposes of the
said business, situate at [No., street, and city], B.C.,
and known as
I [We], propose to occupy or use no warehouse or
place of business within the said Province for the
purposes of the said business, other than the one
above mentioned, and the following [insert complete
list showing locations].
Dated this day of , 192    .
(Signature of applicant)   	
And the licence to be used thereunder shall be in
the following form :—
$10,000 " GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT." No. .
(Royal Arms.)
Warehouse Licence.
This is to certify that [individual, partnership, or
corporation] [name in full], of [address in full],
engaged in the business of importing liquor into the
Province of British Columbia and exporting liquor
from the said Province, having made application in
the prescribed form, is hereby granted a licence pursuant to section 54 of the " Government Liquor Act,"
being chapter 30 of the Statutes of British Columbia
for 1921, in respect of the warehouse or place of
business now used [or proposed to be used] for the
purposes of the said business, situate at [No., street,
and city], B.C., and known as
This licence  expires on  December 31st.  192
Issued at , B.C., this day of ,
192    .
Chairman.
Regulation No. 1.
Pursuant to the provisions of section 109 of the
" Government Liquor Act," clause 6 of Regulation
No. 1 of the Liquor Control Board, approved by
Order in Council No. 1563, the 27th day of December, 1922, is amended by striking out the form of
special permit as set out in clause 6 of Regulation
No. 1, and by substituting therefor the following:—
" GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT."
(Provincial Arms.)
Application for Individual Liquor Permit.
I, the undersigned, of [street No. and city]  [Province
or   State],   hereby   apply   for   a   permit   to   purchase
Liquor    in    accordance   with    the'   provisions   of   the
" Government Liquor Act " and the Regulations made
thereunder.
$2.00. No	
Individual Liquor Permit.
This is to certify that the above-named applicant is
entitled to purchase liquor for beverage, medicinal, or
culinary purposes in accordance with the provisions
of the "Government Liquor Act" and the Regulations
made  thereunder.
Issued at , B.C., this day of ,
192    .
This permit is not transferable and expires en
December 31st, 192    .
LIQUOR   CONTROL  BOARD.
(Signature of applicant and permit-holder)	
Attested by  	
(Signature of Issuer.)
Fee, $ . No	
" GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT."
(Provincial Arms.)
Special Permit.
(Subsection  (e)  of Section 11.)
This is to certify that [name in full]   [official position]  of  [association or other organisation],  [address
in full], has made application in the prescribed form
and   is   entitled   to   purchase   liquor   as   hereinafter
described,  namely :—
Wines, Spirits, Liqueurs, Malt Liquor for consump.
tion in a public place, namely :—
On the premises known as
B.C.. on the day of , 192
of a.m. I fl       /a.m.
p.m. /        "■ \ p.m.
only.
This permit is granted on the condition that if
required by the Board, any Constable or other officer
designated by the Board for that purpose, shall be at
liberty to enter the premises on which the above
described liquor is to be consumed at any time between
the hours aforesaid.
Dated at , B.C., this day of
192    .
LIQUOR   CONTROL   BOARD.
, city or town ,
, between the hours
for  the  purpose  of
Secretary.
(Signature of permit-holder)   	
Regulation No. 2.
Regulation No. 2,  approved on  the 27th day  of
May, 1921, be and is hereby amended by inserting
after the word " messengers " the following words:
" Supervisor of Enforcement . . .$175 00-$20O 00
Supervisor of Stock   175 00- 200 00."
" GOVERNMENT  LIQUOR ACT."
(Section 55.)
General Order of the Liquor Control Board effective February 1st, 1923, passed in accordance
with the provisions of section 55 of the " Government Liquor Act " :—
(1.) Every person who keeps or has in his possession or under his control any liquor or malt
liquor which has not been purchased from a Vendor at a Government Liquor Store shall pay to
the Board, for the use of His Majesty in the right of his Province of British Columbia, a tax
on such liquor or malt liquor equal to the amount of profit which would have accrued to the Government in respect of the liquor or malt liquor so taxed if it had been purchased from a Government
Liquor Store, increased by the addition to that amount of an amount equal to ten per cent. (10%)
thereof; such tax to be in accordance with the schedule attached hereto to be known as Schedule A.
(2.) The tax on liquor and malt liquor payable to the Board, in the opinion of the Board and
in accordance with this General Order, shall be based on the aforesaid Schedule A, and in such
cases where the liquor or malt liquor on which such tax is payable is not of the same variety
or brand as the liquor or malt liquor mentioned in Schedule A, the tax payable shall be equal in
amount to any liquor or malt liquor of a like nature at a corresponding invoice price. B 66
British Columbia.
1923
APPENDIX C—Continued.
Schedule A.—Rate to be charged under Section 55, " Government Liquor Act."
Item
No.
Prime Cost
per Case of
12.
Brand.
Bottle
Size.
Total Tax
per Bottle.
1  1
105/-
2 I
105/-
3
94/6
4
105/-
5
105/-
6
90/-
7
82/6
8
82/6
0
90/-
10
70/-
11
72/-
12
70/-
13
70/-
14
67/-
15
65/-
16
70/-
17
70/-
18
65/-
19
70/-
20
65/-
21
65/-
22
65/-
23
70/-
24
62/-
25
60/-
26
55/-
27
60,'-
28
55/-
29
57/6
30
60/-
31
55/-
32
60/-
33
60/-
34
65/-
35
55/-
36
00/-
37
60/-
38
55/-
39
55/-
40
65/-
41
55/-
42
55/-
43
55/-
44
55/-
45
55/-
46
55/-
47
60/-
48
52/-
49
55/-
50
55/-
51
50,'-
52
57/9
53
55/-
54
50/-
55
55/—
56
60/-
57
50/-
58
57/6
Scotch Whiskies.
A.I-L  Malt,  Alexander  & Macdonald
Black, Walker's  	
Fifteen Years,  Catto's   	
Gold  Cap,   Begg's   	
Gold   Label,   King  George   	
Sandy Mac, Alexander & Macdonald
Black & White,  Buchanan's   	
Old Orkney, McConnell's   	
White Horse, Mackie   	
A.H.  Malt,  Alexander & Macdonald
Black,   Walker's    	
Dimple, John Haig  	
Ex.   Special,   Dewar's   	
Fifteen  Years,   Catto's   	
Antiquary, Hardie  	
Best Procurable, Grant's   	
Curio, Dawson's  	
Five Star, Haig & Haig	
Gold Cap, Begg's  	
Gold Label, King George  	
G.O.H.   Black,   Usher's   	
Queen Anne,  Hill, Thomson   	
Royal Household,  Buchanan   	
Vat '69, Sanderson   	
Ambassador, Bloch Bros	
Doctor's Special, McNeish   	
Highland Cream, Teacher's   	
McDonald & Muir   	
Old Mull, Hopkin's   	
Old   Smuggler,   Stodart's   	
Perfection,  McCallum's   	
Red,   Walker's   	
Sandy Mac. Alexander & Macdonald
Ten Years, Catto's   	
White Label, Dewar's   	
White   &   Mackay's   	
Special,   Dewar's   	
O.V.G.   White,   Usher's   	
Black & White, Buchanan's	
Bonnie   Briar,   Adair's   	
Gold Label, Catto's  	
Green Stripe, Usher's  	
Iona,  MacLachlen   	
lardine's   	
King's Liqueur, Heilbron's  	
Old Orkney,  McConnell's   	
O.V.H.,   Greer's   	
Perth,   Bell's    	
Special, 'Dawson's   	
Special,   Harvey's   	
Spey Royal, Gilbey's  	
Standfast,   Grant's   	
Top Notch, Distillers Co	
Veteran, Train & Mclntyre   	
Watson's No.   10   	
White Horse, Mackie   	
Blue Funnel,  Simpson's  	
Cream of Barley, Stewart's	
I.Q.
I.Q.
I.Q.
I.Q.
I.Q.
I.Q.
I.Q.
I.Q.
I.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
76
84
16
79
72
71
35
42
42
13
04
04
09
11
17
04
86
00
95
04
99
99
01
01
78
99
87
91
88
78
85
82
83
83
19
94
75
09
90
58
70
63
58
1 46
64
66
73
58
67
24 14 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
B 67
APPENDIX C—Continued.
Schedule A.—Bate to be charged under Section 55, " Government Liquor Act "—Continued.
Item
No.
Prime Cost
per Case of
12.
Brand.
Bottle
Size.
Total Tax
per Bottle.
59
50/-
00
50/-
01
55/-
02
60/-
63
45/-
04
60/-
65
55/—
66
60/-
67
65/-
68
55/-
69
50/-
70
55/-
71
50/-
72
50/-
73
55/—
74
53/-
75
26/6
76
$14.00
77
28/3
78
40/-
79
30/-
80
34/6
81
24/-
82
26/-
83
34/-
84
22/-
85
40/-
86
24/-
87
14fls
88
26/-
89
24/-
00
22/~
01
29/-
02
24/-
93
28/4
04
$8.50
95
16/6
96
20/-
97
22/-
98
$8.50
99
$13.39
100
$.'
5 09
101
200 frs
102
150 frs
103
150 frs
104
150 frs
105
$24.00
100
150 frs
107
108
28/-
27/-
Scotch Whiskies—Continued.
Ex. Special, Macdonald's   	
Glenlivet,   Macdonald's    	
Long John,  Heilbron's   	
R.O.H., iStodart's   	
Red  Seal,   Millburn's   	
Rob Roy, Thorn & Cameron's  	
Roderick  Dhu,   O'Brien's   	
Rosculter, Ross & Coulter   	
Sympathy,  Ross & Coulter   	
Wee  Scot,  Scott's   	
White iSeal,   Simpson's   	
Balmoral   (Prohibition)    	
Ben Edin, Adair's   	
Heather Dew, Mitchell  	
V.O.,   'Sheriff's	
Aitken, Melrose   	
Gin.
De  Kuyper,  Red Anchor   	
Melcher's,  Red   	
B. & Nolet, Key, Rod   	
London Dry, Burroughs  	
Essex   	
House of Lords, Booth's   	
Dry,   Gilbey's   	
High & Dry, Booth's   	
London,   Holloway's   	
London Dry,  Gordon's   	
London,  Vicker's   	
Old Pensioner, Taylor's   	
Old Schiedem, Hulstkamp's	
Old Tom,  Booth's   	
Old Tom, Gilbey's  	
Old Tom,  Gordon's   	
Plymouth,   Coates   	
Plymouth,   Gilbey's   	
De Kuyper's Anchor, Green  	
Melcher's,   Green   	
B. & Nolet, Key, Green  	
De Kuyper's Anchor, Violet   	
B. & Nolet,  Key, Violet   	
Melcher's,  Violet   	
Schnapps,   Wolff's   	
B BANDY.
Godet,   1852   	
Courvoisier   	
Hennessy    	
Martell    	
Mounie    	
Renault   	
Clouret    	
Rum.
Red Label, Charley	
Red Seal, Brabant  	
R.Q
R.Q.
R.Q
R.Q
R.Q
R.Q.
R.Q
R.Q
R.Q
R.Q
R.Q.
R.Q
R.Q
R.Q
R.Q
R.Q
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
77
77
51
40
65
36
34
40
30
29
55
97
36
28
14
02
2
20
1
91
1
78
1
58
1
64
1
58
1
51
1
52
1
41
1
52
76
1
56
1
60
1
50
1
51
1
52
1
42
1
51
1
22
1
11
1
10
68
64
54
1
07
3
15
2
13
2
40
2
59
1
85
1
02
1
63
1 11
1 19 B 68
British Columbia.
1923
APPENDIX C—Continued.
Schedule A.—Rate to be charged under Section 55, "Government Liquor Act"—Continued.
Item
No.
Prime Cost
per Case of
12.
Brand.
Bottle
Size.
Total Tax
per Bottle.
109
77/-
110
50/-
111
49/9
112
42/-
113
45/-
114
36/-
115
46/-
116
32/-
117
74/-
US
45/-
119
45/-
120
34/-
121
32/-
122
60 frs
123
53 frs
124
50 frs
125.
60 frs
126
75 frs
127
65 frs
128
62 frs
129
72 frs
130
310 frs.
131
320 frs.
132
300 frs.
133
180 frs.
134
335 frs.
135
344 frs.
136
324 frs.
137
120 frs.
138
84 frs.
139
35/-
140
35/-
141
35/-
142
66 frs.
143
90 frs.
144
78 frs
145
69 frs.
146
51 frs.
147
39/-
148
39/-
149
39/-
150
102 frs
151
90 frs.
152
78 frs.
153
63 frs.
154
81 frs
155
216 frs
156
71/6
Port.
Commcndador,   Feuerheerd's   	
Red, Graham's  	
Victoria,   Kopke's   	
Three Eagle, Gonzales   	
Invalid,   Gilbey's   	
Two Eagle,  Gonzales   	
Convido, Warre's   	
One Eagle, Gonzales   	
Sherry.
Amontillado, Feuerheerd's  	
Invalid,   Gilbey's   	
Solera, Sandeman's  	
Fine Old Pale, Gonzales	
Full Pale, Gonzales	
Claret.
Pontet,   Canet   	
Margaux,   Eschenauer    	
Medoc,  Eschenauer   	
St. Julien, Eschenauer   	
Pontet,   Canet   	
Margaux, Eschenauer   	
Medoc,   Eschenauer   	
St. Julien, Eschenauer  	
Wines.
Heidsieck   	
Moet & Chandon  	
Pommery & Greno   	
Dry Sparkling Burgundy, Colcombet
Heidsieck    	
Moet & Chandon   	
Pommery & Greno   	
Pommard.   Colcombet   	
Beaune,   Colcombet   	
Chablis. Australian Wine Co	
Emu, Australian  Wine  Co	
Rubicon, Gilbey's   	
Camponac. Eschenauer  	
Haut Sauternes, Eschenauer   	
Sauternes, Eschenauer   	
Olivier,   Eschenauer   	
Graves, Eschenauer  	
Chablis, Australian Wine Co	
Emu, Australian Wine Co	
Rubicon,   Gilbey's   	
Haut Sauternes, Eschenauer   	
Sauternes   	
Camponac, Eschenauer  	
Graves,   Eschenauer   	
Olivier,   Eschenauer    	
Liqueurs.
Benedictine,   D.O.M	
Cherry, Heering	
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
80
01
03
14
18
96
99
00
R.Q.
1 36
R.Q.
1 44
R.Q.
88
R.Q.
80
R.Q.
70
R.Q.
53
R.Q.
46
R.Q.
48
R.Q.
41
Pint
22
Pint
19
Pint
20
Pint
26
Quart
2
82
Quart
2
62
Quart
2
94
Quart
1
58
Pint
1
55
Pint
1
46
Pint
1
46
Quart
70
Quart
75
Quart
62
Quart
62
Quart
61
Quart
64
Quart
45
Quart
54
Quart
33
Quart
37
Pint
36
Pint
35
Pint
42
Pint
31
Pint
31
Pint
30
Pint
19
Pint
12
Quart
2
57
Quart
2
10 14 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
B 69
APPENDIX C—Continued.
Schedule A.—Rate to be charged under Section 55, " Government Liquor Act "—Continued.
Ite:
No.
Prime Cost
per Case of
12.
Brand.
Bottle
Size.
Total Tax
per Bottle.
157
67/6
158
63/-
159
57/-
160
105 frs.
161
115 frs.
162
100 frs.
163
47/6
164
50/-
165
52/6
166
89 frs.
167
84 frs.
108
87 frs.
169
45/-
170
40/-
171
87 frs.
172
228 frs.
173
26/-
174
$14.50*
175
65 frs.
176
$4.50
177
51 frs.
178
67/6
179
67/6
180
45/-
181
55/-
182
45/-
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
$15.50
Per Case of 48.
$33.75f
40.00 yen
50.00 yen
35.25 yen
48.00 yen
Per Case of 50.
$18.70*
$17.40t
Per Case of 24.
$7.20$
Per Case of 12.
14/-
8/4
7/6
6/6
5/6
Blackberry,  Ross   	
Apricot,   Westminster   	
Blackberry,   Westminster   . .	
Anisette,   Eschenauer   	
Curacoa Rouge, Eschenauer	
Maraschino,   Eschenauer   	
Cherry,   Ross   	
Sloe, Ross   	
Westminster   	
Creme de  Cocoa,  Eschenauer   	
Creme de Menthe, Eschenauer	
Kummel,  Eschenauer   	
Apricot,  Ross	
Orange  Bitters,  Ross   	
Creme de Cassis, Eschenauer   	
Benedictine,   D.O.M	
Sloe,   Gordon's   	
Angostura  Bitters  	
Vermouth,   Bailor   	
Vermouth,   Martini   	
Vermouth, Noilly Prat  	
•
Irish.
Burke's    	
Mitchell's    	
Burke's    	
Jameson's   	
Mitchell   	
American.
Cutter's   	
Japanese.
Fuku-masamune   	
Kiku-masamune	
Kiku-.jurushi   	
Hakutsura   	
Sakura-masamune    	
Chinese.
Mui Kwai Lu   	
Ng Ka Py  	
N'gor   Mi    	
Foreign Ale and 'Stout.
Guinness   	
Guinness   	
Bass   	
Guinness   	
Bass    	
Quart
Quart
Quart
Quart
Quart
Quart
Quart
Quart
Quart
Quart
Quart
Quart
Quart
Quart
Quart
Pint
Quart
8oz.
Quart
Quart
Quart
I.Q.
I.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
R.Q.
Pint
Pint
Quart
00
86
88
83
43
41
87
82
83
82
88
02
66
79
72
72
57
97
00
87
06
2 94
2 51
2 13
2 00
1 62
1 85
86
70
07
46
66
39
48
Dozen.
Quart
$ 3 03
Pint
1 76
Pint
1 86
Split
97
Split
1 08
1 Bond.
Duty paid.
Hong Kong currency. B 70
British Columbia.
1923
APPENDIX C—Continued:
Schedule A.—Rate to be charged under Section 55, " Government Liquor Act "—Continued.
Item
No.
Prime Cost
per Case of
12.
Brand.
Bottle
Size.
Total Tax
per Bottle.
-
Bulk Liquor.
Per Gal.
Scorc7i.
Gal.
197
26/-
Catto   (1  U.P.)   	
Gal.
$  4  26
198
30/-
Whyte & McKay  (Proof)   	
Gal.
4 65
199
38/-
Grant's Best   (Proof)   	
Gal.
Brandy.
200
37.60 frs.
41.50 frs.
Gal.
Gal.
5 OS
201
Renault,  (Proof)   	
5 00
Gin.
202
7/-
8/6
8/6
Blankenheym & Nolet   (1 U.P.)   	
Gal.
Gal.
Gal.
5 04
203
Booths, High & Dry (17 U.P.)   	
8  71
204
Booths, Old Tom   (17 U.P.)   	
8  71
Bum.
205
0/-
7/-
Demerara   (35 O.P.)   	
Gal.
Gal.
9 07
206
10 03
Port.
207
$2.54
$1.84
$0.96
Gal.
Gal.
Gal.
208
209
Sherry.
210
$2.85
Gal. 14 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
B 71
APPENDIX C— Continued.
Price-lists  (Orders in Council) passed during the Period April 1st. 1922, to
March, 31st, 1923.
Price-list.
O.C. No.
Approved.
Remarks.
Xo   1   .                       	
436
610
636
748
993
1030
1192
1289
1416
1501
_L
149
249
302
861
438
669
1039
1129
1191
1291
1332
1532
390
190
1363
38
12-4-1922
19-5-1922
26-5-1922
20-6-1922
7-8-1922
28-8-1922
5-10-1922
25-10-1922
24-11-1922
13-12-1922
3-1-1923
2-2-1923
27-2-1923
17-3-1923
21-6-1921
12-4-1922
6-6-1922
28-8-1922
16-9-1922
5-10-1922
25-10-1922
1-11-1922
21-12-1922
4-4-1922
14-2-1923
10-11-1922
13-1-1923
lists and bringing
into     force     new
price-list.
"
"
"
No change.
" B 72
British Columbia.
1923
APPENDIX C—Continued.
Price-list No. I.
Description.
Gal.
Imp. Qts.
Rep. Qts.
16 Oz.
8 0z.
Scotch Whisky.
Antiquary   	
J.  Walker's  Black Label   	
J. Walker's Red Label  	
J.  Haig's Dimple   	
Haig & Haig   	
Black and White   	
Jardine's   	
King George Top Notch  	
King George Gold Label   	
Dewar's Extra Special   	
Dewar's Special   	
Dewar's  White Label   	
Queen Anne   	
Ancient Highland Malt   ........
Usher's G.O.H	
Usher's Green  Stripe	
Usher's Special Reserve	
Catto's Extra Special  	
Catto's Gold  Label   	
Catto's Two Crown  	
Teacher's  Highland   Cream   	
Begg's  Gold Cap   	
Grant's  Best   Procurable   	
Grant's   Standfast	
Dawson's  Curio   	
Watson's No.  10   	
Dawson's Special  	
Bell's  Special   Reserve   	
Whyte & MacKay   	
Old Orkney  	
Sandy  Macdonald   	
White   Horse	
Veteran, Train & Mclntyre   .....
Harvey's  Special   	
McDonald's  Glenlivet   	
McDonald's Extra Special   	
Sherriff's  V.O	
Spey Royal   	
Greer's O.V.H	
House of Lords   	
Vat 69   	
Iona   	
Old   Smuggler    	
Doctor's   Special    ...   - -	
MoDonald & Muir's Special	
McCallum's  Perfection   	
Roderick   Dhu   	
Rob  Roy   	
Simpson's Blue Funnel	
Heather Dew   	
Aitken   Melrose   	
King's   Liqueur   	
Millburn   	
Ambassador    	
Balmoral   	
Ben   Edin   	
Bonnie  Briar   	
Chivas Regal	
Cream of Barley   	
Long  John   	
Old Mull   	
$7 20
00
20
OO
zo
75
25
$4 75
90
50
90
75
25
25
25
75
90
40
50
75
00
75
25
30
4 90
4 25
50
50
75
75
25
25
50
25
50
25
25
25
00
00
75
25
25
50
65
25
50
50
50
50
00
4 00
4 00
3 75
3
4
4 00
4 50
3 75
3 75
4 25
5 50
4 00
4 00
4 50
50
25 14 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
B 73
APPENDIX C—Continued.
Price-list No. 1—Continued.
Description.
Gal.
Imp. Qts.
Rep. Qts.
16 Oz.
8 0z.
Scotch Whisky—Continued.
Rosculter  	
Royal  Household   	
Simpson's White Seal  	
Sympathy    	
Stoddard's    	
Wee   Scot   	
L.C.B.  Scotch   	
L.C.B.  Scotch,  Catto's   	
L.C.B.  Grant's  Best   	
L.C.B. Whyte & McKay   	
Gin.
Gordon's London Dry   	
Gordon's Old Tom  	
Gilbey's Dry   	
Gilbey's Plymouth   	
Gilbey's Old Tom  	
Burroughs'  Dry   	
Booth's House of Lords   	
Booth's Old Tom   	
Booth's High & Dry  	
Coates'   Plymouth   	
Cavendish Dry   	
Essex   	
Holloway's   Gin   	
Hultskamp " Old Schiedem "  	
McLaren's Gin   	
Vicker's    	
Wolff's Schnapp    ■	
Nelson's   Dry   	
Melcher's Gin   (15 U.P.)   	
Booth's High & Dry   (17  U.P.)   	
Booth's Old Tom   (17 U.P.)   	
L.C.B., Melcher's   	
L.C.B., Booth's High & Dry   	
L.C.B. Booth's Old Tom	
L.C.B., B. & N. Geneva	
L.C.B., B. & N	
L.C.B.,  De  Kuyper's   	
B. & N. Red   	
B. & N. Green   	
B.  & N. Violet   	
De   Kuyper's   Red   	
De Kuyper's Violet  	
De Kuyper's Green   	
Melcher's   Red   	
Melcher's Green  	
Melcher's -Violet	
Old   Pensioner   	
Wynand Fockink Old Superior Gin
Levert & Schudel Green  	
Brandy.
Courvoisier 	
D. Mounie 	
Godet 1852 	
Hennessey *4*	
Martell's *** 	
Renault Bulk	
$21 00
23 00
25 00
23 00
$5 25
6 00
6 50
6 00
18 00
20 00
20 00
17 00
20 00
4 50
4 75
4 75
4 75
$4 00
75
00
00
00
00
50
00
25
00
50
50
50
50
50
25
75
50
3 50
25
3 00
3 25
3 25
3 25
Bottle.
4 25
50
40
00
50
25
75
00
35
50
50
00
Rep. Qts.
5 25
4 50
8 00
5 00
5 00
$2 25
25
00
00
00
00
1 00
I B 74
British Columbia.
1923
APPENDIX C—Continued.
Price-list No. 1—Continued.
Description.
Gal.
Imp. Qts.
Rep. Qts.       16 Oz
8 Oz.
Brandy—Continued.
Renault  ***   	
Magnier   Bulk   	
Clouret    	
L.C.B. Renault  	
L.C.B.   Magnier   	
L.C.B.   Godet   	
L.C.B. Renault    Pints,  $2 50
L.C.B.   Magnier    Pints,    2 50
L.C.B.   Godet    Pints,    2 50
Rye Whisky.
B.C. Liqueur D.D	
B.C.   Special   	
B.C. Special   (bulk, 2 years)   	
B.C. Special (bulk, 7 years)  	
B.C. Special   •*•*   	
L.C.B. B.C. Special  (2 years)   	
L.C.B.  Seagram's   	
G. & W. Special  	
G.  & W. Ordinary   	
Seagram's  83   	
Seagram's   V.O	
Seagram's  (bulk)   	
Seagram's   (bulk, 7 years)   	
Walker's   Club   	
Walker's   Special	
Walker's  Imperial   	
Corby's  Special  Selected   	
Corby's  Majestic   	
Louis Hunter   	
Louis Hunter Bourbon   	
Rum.
35 O.P.  Demerara   	
35  O.P.   Jamaica Rum	
Proof   Demerara   	
Proof Jamaica  	
15 U.P. Demerara   	
15 U.P. Jamaica	
Edwin Charley Red Seal	
Brabant   Demerara   	
Red   Heart   	
Navy O.V.iR	
Edwin Charley  	
Edwin Charley V.S.O	
Irish Whisky.
Dublin   	
Jameson's   ***   	
Bushmill's    	
Burke's   ***   	
Dunville's  	
Mitchell's   ***   	
American Whisky.
Sunnybrook	
Pebbleford   	
Old   Crow   	
Cutter's Bourbon   	
$20 00
20 00
17 50
19 50
21 50
19 50
23 00
23 00
17 50
17 50
14 00
14 00
00
00
00
5 25
4 75
4 50
5 00
5 00
5 50
5 25
5 00
6 00
6 00
4 50
4 50
3 75
3 75
50
00
$4 50
4 00
3 50
3 50
3 50
3
50
3
25
3
00
3
00
3
35
3
50
3
25
3
50
3
50
50
25
00
25
75
00
00
00
00
50
50
00
00
00
00
00
75
50
50
50
50
75
00
4 50
4 50
4 50
4 50
j>2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
00
2 40
2 40
2 00
2  00
$1 00
1 00
1  00
1 20
1 20
1 00
1 00
Pints.
2 25
2 25
Half-
pints.
1  15 14 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
B 75
APPENDIX C—Continued.
Price-list No. 1—Continued.
Description.
Gal.
Imp. Qts.
Rep. Qts.       Pints
Half-
pints.
American   Whisky—Continued
Cutter's Draught  	
Big Hollow  	
Green River	
Chinese Wine.
Mui  Kwai  Lu   	
Ng Ka Py  	
N'gor Mi  	
Japanese Wine.
Hakutsura   	
Sakura-masamune    	
Kiku-j'urushi   	
Kiku-masamune   	
Fuku-masamune   	
Ale and Stout.
Bass Ale :
Ross & Brother   	
J.  P.  O'Brien & Co	
Guiness  Stout:
J. P. O'Brien & Co	
Ross & Brother   	
E. & J. Burke  	
Winnipeg Ale :
McDonagh and Shea  	
Wines.
Moet & Chandon Champagne  	
Pommery  &  Greno   	
Heidsick    	
Sparkling  Moselle   	
Sparkling Burgundy   	
Emu  Australian  Burgundy   	
L.C.B. Emu Australian Burgundy   	
Rubicon   Australian   Burgundy   	
Chablis   Australian    	
St.   Julien   	
Margeaux    	
Medoc    	
Beaune    	
Camponac	
Graves    	
Olivier   	
Pommard    	
Sauterne   	
Haut Sauterne   	
St. Augustine   	
Convido  Port   	
C'alifornian  Port   	
Oommendator  Port   	
Gilbey's Invalid Port   	
Gonzales' One Eagle Port	
Gonzales' Two Eagle Port  	
Gonzales' Three Eagle Port  	
Gonzales' Medium Full Port   	
Gonzales' Old Tawny Port	
Tarragona Port   	
Kopke's  Victoria  Port   	
$21 00
4 0,0
$6 00
Bottle.
1  50
1 25
90
1 25
1 25
1 50
1 50
1 50
Doz. Qts.
6 50
8 25
3 25
$4 00
3 50
3 50
Splits.
80
80
Doz. Pts.
4 25
4 25
4 25
4 25
4 25
2 50
Quarts.
6 00
00
50
80
40
50
00
00
00
75
25
90
00
no
25
25
25
35
50
00
40
00
35
40
-1 50
2 50
$2 25
1 75
Doz. Splits
2 75
2 75
2 75
Pints.
3 25
3 25
3 25
2 00
85
85
85
60
50
50
65
50
50
70
7. B 76
British Columbia.
1923
APPENDIX C—Continued.
Price-list No. 1—Continued.
Description.
Gal.
Imp. Qts.
Quarts.
Half-
pints.
Wines—Continued
L.C.B. Gonzales' Medium Full Port.
L.C.B. Gonzales' Three Eagle Port  .
St. Vista Port  	
L.C.B. Tarragona Port   	
Native  Port   	
Amontillado   Sherry   	
Feurheerd's Corona Sherry	
Emperador Sherry  	
Gilbey's Invalid Sherry   	
Solera Sherry  	
Gonzales' F.O. Pale Sherry  	
Gonzales' Full Pale Sherry  	
Gonzales' Light Golden Sherry
Gonzales'  Sherry   	
Native   Sherry   	
Concord Grape   	
Golden   Crest   Port   	
Golden Crest Logan	
Concord  Port   	
Graham Red Port   	
Golden Crest Sherry  	
Niagara Falls  Sherry   	
Bon Vino Port	
Pontet Canet Claret  	
Liqueurs, etc.
Gordon's  Sloe  Gin   	
Ross'   Gin   	
Ross' Apricot Brandy   	
Ross' Blackberry Brandy   	
Ross'  Cherry  Brandy   	
Herring's Cherry Brandy	
Westminster Apricot Brandy	
Westminster  Blackberry  Brandy   . .
Westminster  Cherry Brandy   	
Benedictine   (large)    	
Bendictine   (small)    	
Creme de Menthe	
Kummel    	
Orange Bitters   	
Angostura Bitters   	
Creme de Cocoa  	
Curacoa Rouge  	
Vermouth Noilly Prat	
Vermouth Martini Rossi ■	
Vermouth  Aselmo   	
Vermouth  Bailor    •	
Maraschino   	
Ainisette   	
Horsk  Punch   	
Vodka    	
Absinthe    	
L.C.B.  Manhattan  Cocktails   	
L.C.B.  Martini Cocktails   	
Scazarac Martini Cocktails  	
Scazarac Manhattan  Cocktails   ....
Creme de Cassis	
Cherry Whisky  	
Fero China  (Italy)   	
Fernet Branca   	
8 60
6 00
3 75
Bottle.
3 50
25
00
75
25
00
50
40
25
6 00
50
00
00
00
00
OO
25
00
00
50
00
25
25
25
50
25
00
00
00
00
75
00
00
50
$1 25
2 40
1 50
90
00
75
25
40
00
90
85
35
00
00
25
25
00
50
25
00
00
50
$0
60
80 14 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
B 77
, APPENDIX C—Continued.
Price-list No. 1—Continued.
Description.
Bottle.
Imp. Qts
Quarts.
Pints:
Half-
pints.
Liqueurs,  etc.—Continued.
Merveille's   Peppermint   	
Neissen's   Bittermint    	
Wynand  Fockink :
Half and Half (Curacao & Bitter)   	
Punch au Rhum 	
Punch au Whisky   	
Cherry Brandy   	
Creme de Menthe  	
Advokaat    	
Liqueur  Imperiale   (Yellow)   	
Liqueur Imperiale   (Green)	
Hubertine   	
Cumin   (Allash)   	
Royal Orange (extra dry)   	
Apricot  Brandy   	
Curacao Brandy  	
Curacao Orange Triple Sec.  .. . .•	
Creme de Cacao  	
Eau de vie du Cap	
Anisette  	
Curacao Orange  	
Alcohol.
Non-potable  (65  O.P.)    Gal., $24 00
Pure Grain  (05 O.P.)    Gal..    27 50
Absolute     Gal.,    36 00
Absolute    2  lb.,    9 50
Absolute    1  lb.,    5 00
H
25
2
50
4
25
4
25
4
25
4
25
4
25
4
50
5
00
5
OO
5
00
3
00
25
25
50
Imp. Qts.
6 25
7 00
Rep. Qts.
$4 50
4 75
Pints.
$3 25
3 50
16 Oz.
$3 20
SOz.
$1  50
1 60
Price-list No. 2.
Price of Liquor io Druggists for Sale by them under Section 21 and Subsection  (1)  of Section 51
of the " Government Liquor Act."
Liquor shall be sold to druggists from Government Liquor Stores, to be ussd by them under
the provisions of sections 21 and' 51 of the " Government Ijquor Act," at the same prices as are
shown on Price-list No. 1, subject to a discount of 10 per cent.
No discount to be allowed on the price of alcohol to druggists. B 78
British Columbia.
1923
APPENDIX C—Continued. .
Price-list No. 3.
Schedule  Selling-price for Beer.
Place.
Per Barrel, Pints.
Coast.
Other
Breweries.
Per Dozen Pints.
Coast.
Other
Breweries.
Coast and
other in
Quantities
less than
12.
Ashcroft    	
Campbell  River   	
Coalmont (Coast Beer)   	
Coalmont  (Princeton Beer)   	
Chilliwack  	
Cumberland    	
Cranbrook   	
Cranbrook  (Fernie Beer)   	
Courtenay   	
Fernie    	
Greenwood	
Grand Forks   	
Golden   	
Invermere   (Fernie Beer)   	
Invermere  (Cranbrook Beer)   	
Kaslo  (Nelson Beer)   	
Kaslo  (Fernie and Cranbrook Beer)
Kaslo  (Kamloops Beer)   	
Kaslo   (Coast Beer)   	
Kelowna    	
Kamloops  	
Langley Prairie	
Lillooet   	
Ladner  	
McBride  	
North Vancouver  	
New Westminster	
Nelson   	
Nanaimo	
Ocean Falls  	
Prince Rupert	
Prince George  	
Princeton   	
Pouce Coupe  	
Penticton  	
Port Alberni  	
Powell   River   	
Quesnel    	
Rossland   	
Rossland  (Nelson Beer)   	
Revelstoke  	
Smithers   	
Stewart   	
Salmon Arm   	
Sidney   	
Trail   	
Terrace (Kamloops and Coast" Beer)
Vancouver   	
Victoria   	
Vernon  	
Williams Lake   	
Yahk (Cranbrook)   	
Yahk   (Nelson Beer)   	
Yahk   (Fernie  Beer)   	
Yahk (Kamloops and Coast Beer)   .
$20 00
20 00
20 00
20 00
20 00
20 00
20 00
20 00
35 00
$21 50
21 00
21 50
20 00
21 00
21 00
23 00
21 00
21 00
23 00
22 50
22 50
23 00
21 50
22 00
21 00
22 00
22 50
23 50
22 00
22 00
20 50
23 50
20 00
25 00
20 00
20 00
22 50
20 00
22 00
21 50
23 50
21 5.0
22 00
21 00
22 00
26 00
23 00
21 00
22 00
23 50
21 50
22 00
90 00
20
00
23 00
23 00
20
00
20 00
20
00
20 00
20
00
22 00
24 50
20 00
21 00
21 50
23 50
00
00
00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
3 50
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
15
10
15
00
10
10
30
10
10
30
25
25
30
15
20
10
20
25
35
20
20
05
50
00
50
00
00
25
00
20
3 5
35
15
20
10
20
65
30
10
20
35
15
20
00
30
30
00
00
20
50
00
10
15
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
25
20
25
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
30
20
20
20
25
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
25
20
20
20
20 14 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
B 79
APPENDIX C—Continued.
Price-list No. 3—Continued.
Schedule Selling-price for Beer—Continued.
Place.
Coast Beer, Quarts.
Bbl.
1 Doz.
1 Bot.
Other Breweries, Quarts.
Bb).
1 Doz.
1 Bot.
Abbotsford    	
Ashcroft    	
Anyox :	
Campbell   River   	
Coalmont   (Coast Beer)   	
Coalmont  (Princeton Beer)   	
Chilliwack    	
Cumberland   	
Cranbrook   	
Cranbrook (Fernie Beer)   	
Courtenay   	
Duncan   	
Fernie   	
Greenwood    	
Grand Forks   	
Golden   	
Invermere   (Fernie Beer)   	
Invermere  (Cranbrook Beer)   	
Kaslo  (Nelson Beer)   	
Kaslo   (Fernie and Cranbrook Beer)
Kaslo   (Kamloops Beer)   	
Kaslo (Coast Beer)   	
Keremeos    	
Kelowna   	
Kamloops   	
Langley  Prairie   	
Lillooet    	
Ladysmith   	
Ladner  	
McBride   	
Mission    	
Michel   	
Merritt   	
North Vancouver   	
New Westminster 	
Nelson   	
Nanaimo    	
Ocean Fails  	
Prince Rupert	
Prince   George   	
Princeton    	
Pouce Coupe  	
Penticton   	
Port Alberni  	
Powell   River   	
Quesnel   	
Rossland   	
Revelstoke  	
Smithers    	
Stewart   	
Salmon Arm   	
Sidney    "	
Trail	
Terrace   (Kootenay and Coast Beer)
Vancouver	
Victoria   	
Vernon  	
Yahk   (Cranbrook Beer)   	
Yahk  (Nelson Beer)   	
Yahk   (Fernie Beer)	
Yahk  (Kootenay and Coast Beer)   .
$20 00
$3
20  00
20 00
20 00
20  00
50
50
20  00
42 00
50
50
50
3  50
7  00
20 00
20 00
20 00
20 00
50
3 50
3 50
iO
$21
00
$3 50
21
50
3 75
22
00
3 75
21
00
3 50
21
50
3 75
20
00
3 50
21
00
3 50
21
00
3 50
0 35
23
00
4 00
21
00
3 50
21
00
3 50
20
00
3 50
35
23
00
4 00
22
50
3 75
22
50
3 75
23
00
4 00
21
50
3 00
22
00
3 75
21
00
3 50
22
00
3 70
22
50
3 75
23
50
4 00
23
50
4 00
22
00
3 75
22
00
3 75
20
50
3 50
24
00
4 OO
20
00
3 50
20
00
3 50
25
00
4 20
21
00
3 50
21
00
3 50
22
00
3 75
20
00
3 50
35
20
00
3 50
35
22
50
3 75
35
20
00
3 50
22
00
3 75
21
50
3 75
23
50
4 00
35
21
50
3 75
60
22
oo
3 75
21
oo
3 50
22
00
3 75
20
00
4 50
23
00
4 00
35
20
00
3 50
23
50
4 00
21
50
3 75
22
00
3 75
20
00
3 50
23
00
4 00
23
00
3 85
35
20
00
3 50
35
20
00
3 50
35
22
00
3 75
20
00
3 50
21
00
3 50
21
50
3 60
23
50
4 00
$0 30
30
35
30
30
30
35
30
30
30
35
35
35
35
30
35
30
35
35
35
35
35
35
30
35
30
30
35
30
30
35
30
30
35
30
35
35
35
35
35
30
35
40
35
35
35
30
35
35
30
30
35
30
30
30
35 B 80
British Columbia.
1923
APPENDIX C— Continued.
Price-list No. 4.
Schedule Selling-price of Liquors for Use of Members of the Jeioish Faith only.
Bottle.
Cognac  $3 50
Vishnick    „  3 00
Vodka  (90 per cent.)     3 00
Vodka  (80 per cent.)     3 25
Madoc     1 75
Sauternes  1 75
AJjcante     2 00
Muscat     2 35
Carmel Brandy  (25 U.P.)   	
Carmel Brandy  (Proof)   	
Freidman's Brandy  *****   	
Carmel Alicante   	
Carmel   Port	
Best Red Wine  (Medoc)   	
Best White Dry Wine  (Sauternes)
Best Muscat	
Carmel Alicante (gal., $9.90).
Pints.
Quarts
$2 60
$4 95
5 75
5 65
2 10
2 10
2 05
2 15
2 75 14 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
B 81
APPENDIX C— Continued.
Price-list No. 5.
Schedule Selling-price for Ale.
Place.
Victoria Phoenix and
Silver Spring Ale.
Bbl.
Pints.
1 Doz.
Pints.
1 Bot.
Vancouver Breweries
Ale.
Bbl.
Pints.
1 Doz.
Pints.
1 Bot.
New Westminster Breweries Premier Ale.
Bbl.
Pints.
1 Doz.
Pints.
1 Bot.
Abbotsford	
Ashcroft   	
Anyox 	
Atlin   	
Campbell River .. .
Coalmont  	
Chilliwack   	
Cumberland	
Cranbrook 	
Courtenay   	
Coquitlam	
Duncan    	
Fernie   	
Greenwood	
Grand Forks  	
Golden   	
Invermere   	
Kaslo   	
Keremeos  	
Kelowna	
Kamloops	
Langley Prairie   . .
Lillooet  	
Ladysmith  	
Ladner   	
McUride   	
Mission    	
Michel  	
Merritt	
North Vancouver   .
New Westminster .
Nelson   	
Nanaimo	
Ocean Falls	
Prince Rupert
Prince George
Princeton  	
Pouce Coupe  	
Penticton  	
Port Alberni   	
Powell River	
Parksville   	
Quesnel    	
Rossland	
Revelstoke   	
Smithers    	
Stewart   	
Salmon Arm   	
South Westminster
Sidney   	
Trail	
Terrace    	
Vancouver   	
Victoria   	
Vernon   	
Williams  Lake   . . .
Yahk	
$24 50
25 00
25 00
35 00
25 00
25 75
24 00
25 00
27 00
25 00
24 00
24 00
27 00
26 50
26 50
26 50
27 OO
27 00
26 50
26 50
25 00
24 50
26 50
24 50
24 50
27 50
24 50
27 50
25 50
23 OO
23 00
26 50
23 00
25 50
24 50
27 75
25 75
36 00
26 00
24 50
25 25
$2 50
28 25
26 50
26 50
27 00
25 50
26 00
23 00
24 00
26 50
26 50
23 00
23 00
26 50
27 50
27 50
40
40
85
25
25
25
35
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
35
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
2o
25
25
$21 00
21 50
22 00
32 00
21 00
2i 50
21 00
21 00
23 00
21 00
21 00
20 00
23 00
22 50
22 50
23 00
22 00
23 50
23 50
22 00
20 00
20 50
24 00
20 00
20 00
25 00
21 00
23 00
22 50
20 00
20 00
22 50
20 00
22 00
21 50
23 50
21 50
35 00
22 00
21 00
22 00
26 00
23 00
22 00
23 50
21 50
22 00
20 00
20 00
23 00
23 00
20 00
20 00
22 00
25 00
23 50
$2 10
2 15
2 20
3 20
2 10
15
10
10
30
10
10
00
30
25
25
30
20
35
35
20
00
05
40
00
00
50
10
30
25
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Chart illustratino Sale of Liqtjor and Administration of " Government Liquor Act," by Electoral Districts.
Electoral Districts.
Sale of Liquor.
Government Liquor Stores.
Columbia
Delta
Port Alberni
Parksville   ..
Atlin   	
Stewart  	
Anyox   	
Telegraph Creek (closed).
Quesnel   	
Williams Lake
Chilliwack .
Abbotsford
Golden  ...
Invermere
Courtenay 	
Cumberland
Powell River  ..
Campbell River .
Cranbrook
Yahk   	
Ladner   	
Langley Prairie ...
South Westminster.
Dewdney
Esquimau
Fort George
Mission
Coquitlam
Fernie
Michel
Prince George
Pouce Coupe .
McBride	
Grand Forks Grand Forks
Greenwood Greenwood   .
Islands Sidney
Kamloops
Kaslo Kaslo
Kamloops   ..
Salmon Arm
Lillooet    Lillooet
Nelson
Nelson
Newcastle   I Ladysmith
North Okanagan .., I Vernon
Prince Rupert
Revelstoke Revelstoke
Ittchmonl
Rossland   .
Saanich   . .
Similkameen
Penticton
Keremeos
Princeton
Coalmont
South Okanagan
South Vancouver
Met Sales.
Gross Profit
New Westminster .. New Westminster
North Vancouver ..North Vancouver
Smithers  	
Prince Rupert
Ocean  Falls
Terrace   	
ToUls
808 Pender Street West
219 Bastings Street ...
847 Beatty Street	
602 Robson Street	
SB Cordova Street East
758 Powell Street	
1213 Granville Street ..
TOO Johnson Street
Humboldt Street ..
Merritt ..
Ashcroft
35,070 15
7,932 65
19,078 50
91,171 45
153,091 15
51 50
35,94! 20
59,135 10
92,831 96
60,111 50
67,07( 40
17,194 70
94,131 23
85,83! 50
28,241 85
55,671 17
201,70" 41
44,10* 10
34,743 75
15,643 00
18,311 90
45,685 19
35,242 15
225,659 85
103,433 35
174,878 00
. 30,770 70
86,726 43
31,620
19,575 80
224,976 12
35,703 75
26,408 35
111,211 36
79,534 20
282,418 60
- 57,333 15
30.850 41
148,888 86
r.033 55
126,937 30
81,601 60
75,91(1 90
25,573 50
121,209 75
96,215 60
707,588 96
845,971140
197,964 49
686.689 23
531.452 33
200,901 00
339,546 30
684,135 90
196,172 25
102,461 96
48,621 00
20,111 99
2,395 66
6,109 87
28,033 09
47,285 65
16 29
11,177 94
18,349 56
28,728 60
18,636 98
20,742 57
5,254 97
29,180 42
26,520 25
8,637 08
17,164 91
Operation
Costs.
62,020 49
13,575 60
10,731 67
4,730 17
5,675 14
14,127 34
10,896 88
69.36T 09
31,795 62
53,044 33
0,540 00
11,134 60
13,415 86
60,530 63
11,077 55
102,631
34,870 07
87,180 71
17,820 65
0,402 85
80.360 66
0,807 70
23,664 51
7,728 10
29.694 63
218.330 90
260,700 55
61.050 48
212.510 06
163,080 50
62.021 41
104,700 01
211,868 35
58,000 IS
31,648 57
15,035 43
3,460 68
1,219 26
3,126 37
3,375 28
5,872 31
3,015 46
3,217 14
4,808 88
3,917 97
6,243 11
1,650 03
5,075 37
3,853 80
2,227 25
2,804 08
3,601 80
6,570 33
2310 47
1,611 67
1,710 35
3,425 40
3,006 80
6,025 21
3,261 44
0,896 75
3,205 80
1,786 25
7,047 04
8,807 81
3,889 04
9,849 27
10,388 35
2,966 33
6,047 84
8,340 00
10.042 69
2,868 37 i
3,187 72
5.866 92
3.157 51
3,643 27
1,365 52
20,461 61
24,001 71
6,509 88
18,880 88
16,844 10
0,057 04
14.785 88
20.221 38
6,148 48
4.925 SS
3,287 05
16,642 31
1,176 40
3,073 50
24,657 81
41,413 34
1C 29
15,132 42
23,919 62
14,719 01
15,499 46
3,604 04
24,105 05
22,666 45
6,409 83
14,860 83
63,441 88
28,534 18
44,047 58
6,275 09
9,348 35
4,040 41
62,483 68
7,680 24
6,421 64
6,037 02
82,782 50
72,833 04
26,154 20
40,898 06
20,764 60
77,007 02
14,452 28
6,304 63
38,502 93
Appropriation of Profits to Municipalities.
Cities, Municipalities,
and Villages.
Port Alberni
Alberni    	
Chilliwack  	
Chilliwack (Municipality)
Sumas   	
Matsqul	
23,5'
55,441 10
10,765 13
7,994 10
3,118 50
3,955 79
10,701 85
7,799 99
Courtenay .
Cumberland
Duncan   	
North Cowichan
Surrey  .
Delta   ..
Langley
Port Coquitlam .
Port Moody ....
Pitt Meadows ...
Maple Ridge ....
Mission   	
Mission (Village)
Coquitlam  	
Esqulmalt
Fernie   ...
Prince George
Grand Forks
Kamloops   	
Salmon Arm	
Salmon Arm (Municipality)
Ladysmith
Armstrong
Enderby
Vernon   	
Coldstream   ..
Spallumcheen
New Westminster
Fraser Mills	
Vorth Vancouver	
N.Vancouver (Municipality)
West Vancouver   	
Prince Rupert
Richmond   .
Point Grey
33,403 74
6,650 28
10,021 24
6,357 67
107,860 20
236,707 84
54,549 82
193,638 68
147,136 31
52,063 47
00,005 03
101,647 07
54,751 64
26.723 22
11,747 48
X0.275.993 46     |     £2,863,193 78     |     8370.610 42     |  $   2,492,583 36
Saanich  .
Oak Bay
Slocan
Kelowna   . . J
Kjllenmore	
Peachland  ..
Summerland
South Vancouver
Burnaby    	
Trail   ...
Tadanac
Merritt
Kent ..
Population.
1,056
700
1,178
2,987
5,500
3,'200
4,000
2,148
1,030
422
4,000
3,500
925
2,450
2,053
4,501
627
4,250
950
8,877
5,230
1,967
083
783
3,685
510
1,817
14,485
7,662
3,800
4,600
5,000
20,000
2,007
10,500
5,500
2,520
270
501
1,837
32,000
12,873
3,020
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38,727
1,721
1,100
1,767
5,500
600
4,500
810
1,043
2,465 35
1,634 24
4,125 28
12,840 45
1,400 77
10,505 82
1,891 05
2,435 00
2,750 18
6,973 52
6,361 85
12,840 45
7,470 80
9,338 51
ADMINISTRATION.
Cities and Municipalities.
Port Alberni
Alberni    	
Chilliwack  	
Chilliwack (Municipality)
Sumas   	
Matsqul 	
Courtenay .
Cumberland
5,014
2,404
985
9,338
b,171
966
6,719
10,130 28
Balance of District, Provincial Police Stations.
Alberni ...
Clayoquot
Quatslno  .
Atlin   	
Anyox   	
Alice Arm	
Stewart	
Telegraph Creek
Quesnel   	
Hanceville	
Harpers Camp ..
150-Mile House .
Williams Lake  ..
Abbotsford
Sardis   	
Matsqul  ...
Golden	
Athalmer ...
Canal Flats
Windermere
Duncan   	
North Cowichan
Alert Bay  ...
Comox  	
Courtenay  ...
Cumberland ..
Powell River
Quathlaski   ..
Cranbrook
8,429 66
10,508 15
1,463 81
6,822 10
2,294 03
1,828 01
.8,603 10
1,190 66
4,242 01
31,840 45
1,802 83
11,864 57
8,871 .18
10,506 82
14,825 2,1
11,07:! 14
41602 50
4,895 70
24,513 60
12,840 45
Surrey .
Delta ..
Langley
Cranbrook
Kimberley
Yahk   	
Port Coquitlam
Port Moody ...
Pitt Meadows ..
Maple Ridge ...
Mission   	
Coquitlam
Esquimau
Fernie'
Prince George
Grand Forks
Mission   ..
Coquitlam
Fernie  ....
Coal Creek
Corbln 	
Elko 	
Fort Steele
Michel  	
Natal   	
Waldo   	
Wardner  ..
South Fort George
Fort St. John  	
Hudson Hope	
Hutton 	
Lucerne  	
McBride   	
Pouce Coupe 	
Vanderhoof  	
Grand Forks
Greenwood
Midway ...
Kamloops   	
Salmon Arm-	
Salmon Arm (Municipality)
Ganges
Sidney
Kamloops .
Chase
Ducks ....
Mount Olle
Savona ...
Slcamous   ..
Kaslo ..
Creston
Lillooet
Clinton
Ladysmith
Ladysmith
Armstrong
Enderby
Vernon   	
Coldstream
Spallumcheen
New Westminster
Fraser Mills	
Vernon .
Enderby
North Vancouver	
N.Vancouver (Muni ci pality
West Vancouver   	
Prince Rupert
740 07
5,883 25
282 05
1,169 64
4,288 70
74,708 15
30,053 68
1050 57
(203 70
273,658 31
4,017 88
2,308 08
397,931        $927,227 77
Kelowna ...
Glenmore ...
Peachland ..
Summerland
Richmond   .
Point Grey
Saanich  .
Oak Bay
Penticton
New Westminster
Britannia Beach
Squamish    	
North Vancouver
Hazel ton  ..,
Smithers  ...
Telkwa	
Bums Lake
Prince Rupert .,
Bella Coola	
Granby Bay .. J
Masset   	
Ocean Falls  .. J
Port Esslngton
Rivers Inlet ...
Swanson Bay  ..
Terrace  	
Revelstoke .
Arrowhead
Falrview  .
Keremeos
Penticton
Princeton
Nakusp
New Denver
South Vancouver
Burnaby    	
Kelowna
Trail   ..
Tadanac
Vancouver
Salmo
Trail   .
Merritt
Kent ...
Vancouver
Ashcroft   ...
Hope   ..«..,
Lytton	
Merritt	
North Bend
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100 00
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1,500 00
1,450 00
650 00
4,200 00
6,725 00
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1,675 00
4,630 00
600 00
5,725 00
2,635 00
15,800 00
1,600 00
1,175 00
100 00
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.April    2, 1022 South Westminster   June  22, 1022
.May   20, 1022 Powell Biver Aug.    7, 1022
. May   27, 1022 Sidney Aug.     0, 1922
.May   30, 1022 Invermere   Aug.   23, 1022
.June    1, 1022 McBride Sept 15, 1022
Langley Prairie
Coalmont	
Ocean   Falls   ...
Parksville   	
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.Oct 14, 1922
.Oct 30, 1022
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APPENDIX C—Continued.
Premises purchased, leased, and rented by Liquor Control Board as at March 31st, 1923.
Premises.
City or Town.
Date of
Commencement.
Duration.
Monthly
Rental.
Remarks.
Administrative  Offices.
Victoria :   411-417 and 423
Belmont Building
407    and    408    Belmont
Building
Warehouses.
Victoria   ..
Vancouver
Vancouver
Government Liquor Stores.
Abbotsford    	
Atlin   	
Ashcroft    	
Anyox	
Chilliwack   	
Courtenay   	
Cranbrook   	
Cumberland    	
Coquitlam   	
Campbell River	
Coalmont   	
Duncan  	
Fernie 	
Grand Forks  	
Golden   	
Greenwood     	
Invermere   	
Kamloops   	
Kelowna   	
Keremeos   	
Kaslo   	
Ladner  	
Ladysmith   	
Lillooet  	
Langley  Prairie   	
Merritt   	
Mission 	
Michel	
McBride  	
Nanaimo	
Nelson   	
New Westminster	
North Vancouver	
Ocean Falls ..
Parksville ....
Part Alberni .
Prince George
Princeton ....
Prince Rupert
Pouce Coupe .
Powell River .
Penticton  ....
Quesnel	
Revelstoke  . . .
May     1, 1922
Aug.     1, 1922
June    1,  1921
Oct.   23,  1922
Oct. 1,
Sept. 1,
Aug. 15,
Dec. 21,
July 1,
Aug. 1,
June 15,
Aug. 1,
Oct. 20,
May,
1922
1921
1921
1921
1921
1921
1921
1921
1921
1922
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June 1,
Aug. 10i
1921
1922
1921
June 1,
June 15,
July 1,
May 1,
Feb. 25,
Jan. 1,
Aug. 15,
Sept. 15,
Sept. 1,
Jan. 1,
Sept. 1,
Sept. 11,
1921
1921
1922
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1922
1922
1921
1922
1921
1922
1921
1922
July 1,
June 6,
June 15,
1921
1921
1921
Nov. 1, 1922
July 20, 1921
June 7, 1921
Aug. 1, 1921
June 17, 1921
Aug. 15, 1921
Aug. 1, 1922
June 30, 1922
Aug. 15, 1921
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1 year
2 years
3 years
3J years
3 years
2 years
2 years
2 years
2 years
1    year
3 years
3 years
2 years
1    year
2 years
2 years
3 years
3 years
3 years
2 y«ars
3 years
3 years
3 years
4 years
2 years
3 years
2 years
2 years
2 years
2 years
1 year
3 years
150 00
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125 00
50 00
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200 00
100 00
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27 50
100 00
75 00
75 00
50 00
75 00
60 00
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Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
Purchased by Liquor Control Board.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
2nd yr„ $125 ; 3rd yr., $165 per month.
2nd yr., $65 ; 3rd yr., $70 ; 4th yr., $75
per month.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy. 14 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
B 85
APPENDIX 0—Continued,
Premises purchased, leased, and rented by Liquor Control Board as at March 31st, 1923-
Continued.
Premises.
City or Town.
Lease.
Date of
Commencement.
Duration.
Monthly
Rental.
Remarks.
Government Liquor Stores
—Continued.
Rossland	
Smithers	
Stewart	
South Westminster   	
Salmon Arm   	
Sidney   	
Terrace	
Trail   	
Vancouver:
808 Pender Street W.   .
219 Hastings Street E..
Additional premises ...
758 Powell  Street   	
602 Robson Street	
847 Beatty Street	
65 Cordova Street B.  . .
1213 Granville Street  .
Vernon 	
Victoria :
709 Johnson Street  . . .
No. 2 Belmont Block ..
Williams Lake   	
Yahk  	
Aug.   15,
Sept.    1,
1921
1921
Aug.
June
Aug.
Dec. 1,
June 10,
Oct. 1,
June 15,
June 1,
1922
1922
1921
1921
1921
1921
1921
1921
July 1,
July 15,
June 10,
Aug. 1,
Aug. 1,
Aug. 20,
May 1,
1921
1921
1921
1921
1922
1921
1922
2 years
2 years
years
years
years
years
years
o years
3 years
4 years
3 years
2 years
3 years
3 years
6 mos.
40 00
30 00
35 00
50 00
50 00
25 00
40 00
115 00
125 00
175 00
100 00
75 00
175 00
......
140 00
125 00
100 00
125 00
50 00
40 00
35 00
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
2nd yr., $150 ; 3rd yr., $175 per month.
For 32 months and 10 days.
2nd yr., $100 ; 3rd yr., $100 per month.
Part of Government Liquor Warehouse.
2nd yr., $135 ; 3rd yr., $150 per month
2nd yr., $175 ; 3rd yr., $200 per month.
Monthly tenancy.
With option for another 6 months.
Statement showing Number of Physicians issuing Prescriptions from April 1st, 1922, to
March 31st, 1923.
Month.
Vancouver.
Victoria.
Outside.     Totals.
1922.
April   	
May   	
June  	
July   	
August   ■.
September  	
October    	
November	
December 	
1923.
January  	
February   	
March   	
Totals   	
50
34
39
33,
25
38
30
34
41
33
41
31
434
21
27
23
22
21
18
18
23
21
20
17
18
249
255
25
101
22
83
17
79
28
83
18
64
15
71
17
65
25
82
19
81
20
73
19
77
30
79
938 B 86
British Columbia.
1923
APPENDIX C—Continued.
Statement   showing   Prescriptions   for   Liquor   issued   by   Physicians   and   honoured   at
Government Liquor Stores and Drug  Stores throughout the Province from  April 1st,
1922, to March 31st, 1923.
Month.
Vancouver.
Victoria.
Outside.
Totals.
1922.
April    	
May   	
June  	
July   	
August  	
September   	
October   	
November	
December	
1923.
January  	
February   	
March   	
Totals    	
207
128
105
129
178
207
146
131
260
176
153
142
73
240
520
117
230
475
72
137
374
87
248
404
97
174
449
54
154
415
55
154
355
104
196
431
85
265
619
40
103
319
34
168
355
45
169
356
2,031
863
2,238
5,i::£ 14 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
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1923
APPENDIX D.
Statement of Permits issued from April 1st, 1922, to March 31st, 1923.
Kind of Permit.
Number.        Price
A mount.
Total.
April 1st to December 31st, 1922.
Individual Liquor  (Resident)   	
Individual Malt Liquor   (Resident)   	
Individual  Liquor   (Non-resident)   	
Single Purchase  	
Druggists,  etc	
Ministers  of  the   Gospel   (April   1st,   1922,   to   March
31st, 1923)   	
Special   (April 1st, 1922, to March 31st, 1923)   	
Mechanical, Manufacturers, and Scientific Pursuits  . .
January 1st, 1923, to March 31st, 192S.
Individual  Liquor   	
Individual  Malt  Liquor   	
Druggists,  etc	
Mechanical, Manufacturers, and Scientific Pursuits   . .
Issued by Government Agents till recalled.
Individual Liquor   (Resident)   	
Individual Malt Liquor  (Resident)   	
Individual Liquor  (Non-resident)	
3,615
2.908
471
404,008
23
76
662
41,371
2,528
125
2
107
63
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5,816 00
2,355 00
202,004 00
115 00
76 00
1,318 00
25 00
$  82,742 00
2,528 00
250 00
4 00
535 00
126 00
5 00
$229,784 00
S5.524 00
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$316,074 00
VICTORIA,  B.C.:
Printed by William H.  Cullin, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1923.

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