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 ANNUAL KEPOET
OF
THE PROVINCIAL GAME WARDEN
OF  THE   PROVINCE   OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA
1921
PKINTED   BY
AUTHORITY OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.
VICTORIA, B.C.:
Printed by William H. Cullin, Printer to the. King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1922.
'  To His Honour Walter Cameron Nichol,     .
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour :
The undersigned has the honour to present the Report of Provincial Game
Warden for the year ending December 31st, 1921.
Attorney-General's Department,
Victoria, B.C., January 23rd, 1922.
J. W. de B. FARRIS,
Attorney-General, Provincial Game Warden's Office,
Victoria, B.C., January 21st, 1922.
*
Honourable J. W. de B. Farris, E.G., M.P.P.,
Attorney-General, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I have the honour to submit herewith my Eeport for the year which ended
December 31st, 1921.
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,
Wm. G. McMYNN,
Provincial Game Warden. TABLE OF CONTENTS.
Page.
Report—
Summary     7
Fur-trade Regulations, 1921   7
Revenue    '  8
Appendix A.—Financial—
Revenue from Resident Firearms Licences from January 1st to May 31st, 1921  10
Revenue from 'Resident Firearms Licences from June 1st to December 31st, 1921  11
Revenue from Non-resident Firearms Licences from January 1st to May 31st, 1921 .... 12
Revenue from Non-resident Firearms Licences from June 1st to December 31st, 1921 .. 13
Revenue from Fur-traders' and Taxidermists' Licences and from Royalty or Tax on Fur
from January 1st to May 31st, 1921   14
Revenue from Fur-traders' and Taxidermists' Licences and from Royalty or Tax on Fur
from June 1st to December 31st, 1921  15
Appendix B.—Enforcement of tbe " Game Act"—
Prosecutions     16
Confiscation of Firearms   18
Appendix C.—Officers and Guides—
List of Provincial Police Officers  19
List of Guides  22
Appendix D.—Regulations—
Game Regulations, 1921  24  REPORT FOR THE YEAR 1921.
During the year 1921 the total number of informations laid for infractions of the " Game
Act" was 329, there being an increase of 36 over the total number laid during the year 1920.
Out of this number, 312 convictions were obtained, of which 10 were given suspended sentences,
which is an increase in the number of convictions of 46 over those obtained during the year
1921. The fines imposed amounted to the sum of $6,455 and the number of firearms confiscated
totalled 74.
A detailed statement in tabular form of all prosecutions under the " Game Act" during the
year 1921 is shown in Appendix B, page 16 of this report, and a similar statement of firearms
confiscated on page 18.
The following table, which gives a comparison of statistics for the years 1917, 1918, 19] 9,
1920, and 1921, shows concisely the results obtained by the Provincial Police in the administration
of the " 'Game Act" during the year 1921:—
Calendar Year.
1917
1918
1919
1920
1921
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267
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* Including fur-tax.
Fur-teade Regulations.
On the 2Sth day of July, 1921, an Order in Council was passed amending the Fur-trade
Regulations, 1920, as approved by Order in Council No. 1050 on the 18th day of June, 1920. by
striking out section 3 of the said regulations, and substituting the following in lieu thereof:—
3. The royalty or tax to be paid by fur-traders on pelts or skins of fur-bearing animals, pursuant
to section 30 of the said " Game Act," shall be as follows:—
(a.)  On each bear   $0 25    On each musk-rat
beaver       1 00 „      otter
coyote     15
fisher    2 00
fox, silver  5 00
fox, cross  1 00
fox, red  50
lynx   75
marten  50
mink  25
racoon 	
skunk    	
wild-cat	
wolf 	
wolverine	
weasel, in lots of six or more, at the
rate of 25 cents per dozen, or in
lots under six, 5 cents each.
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50
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(b.) On each pelt or skin not specifically mentioned in these regulations, a royalty or tax equal
in amount to 5 per centum of the commercial value of the pelt or skin.
Every effort has been made during the year to collect all available revenue under the above
regulations, and on March 2nd, 1921, I wrote to all inspectors and Chief Constables of Provincial
Police as follows:—
Re " Game Act."
Please to render every assistance you can to the Government Agent or Agents of your police
district in making thorough collection of royalty or tax as imposed by the above Act on pelts or
skins of fur-bearing animals in their respective Government Agency districts. Ask every such Government Agent now to furnish you with the necessary fur-tax receipt books, as well as official fur-markers,
and if they do so please to receive payments of such royalty or tax on their behalf, yourself personally
or through any of your Provincial Police officers, and account therefor immediately it is received by
you to the Government Agent from whom you receive such fur-tax receipt books and fur-markers, or
while you continue to hold such fur-tax receipt books and fur-markers, at least in full at the end of
each and every month. In the event of no payments being received by you or by any of your officers
during such month, then at the end of every such month advise such Government Agent of the fact,
stating shortly the reasons therefor, and at the same time send to me a copy of such letter for my
information. AA 8
British Columbia.
1922
And on tbe same day I also wrote to all Government Agents throughout the Province as
follows:—•
Re " Game Act.'
In reference to the collection of royalty or tax on pelts or skins of fur-bearing animals as imposed
by the above Act, referred to in my letter to you of May 15th last, I regret to say that so far the
total collections of such royalty or tax has been much smaller than expected, and I again appeal to
you to see that all available revenue from this source is thoroughly collected in your Agency district.
To assist you in this matter I am again writing to the Provincial Police generally, and particularly
to those specially employed in game-protection work within your Agency district, to receive such royalty
or tax on your behalf if you will furnish them with the necessary official tax-books, as well as official
fur-markers, and see that they account to you promptly for all such payments as they receive them, or
at least in full at the end of each and every month, while they continue to hold such fur-tax receipt
books and markers.
Whenever you need an additional number of fur-tax receipt books, please to send in requisition
therefor to the Deputy Minister of Finance, and he will see that the number you ask for is duly
forwarded to you. If you require any additional number of official markers with which to mark the
pelfs or skins of fur-bearing animals when the royalty or tax is paid thereon, please to write to me for
them and I shall see that they are forwarded to you as soon as possible.
On account of various complaints received from trappers who were in isolated places as to
to the difficulty experienced by them in obtaining permits to export their fur and the payment
of fur-tax thereon, I wrote to all Government Agents on March 4th, 1921, as follows :—
Re " Game Act."
I am in receipt of a letter from the Secretary of the Game Conservation Board, in which he states
that the Board has received numerous complaints from trappers who wish to obtain permits to export
their fur upon payment of royalty thereon, and quotes as an example the following letter from
Mr. A. Derman, of Banfield, B.C., dated the 19th ulto., viz::—
" The Game Conservation Board.
" Deab Siks,—Some twenty-one days ago I sent you a letter for export licence for trappers.
No answer yet.    I sent some mink here in Canada and got for it from 25 cents to $1.40.
" I have a bunch of children; they demand food, and only way I make money for bread it is
few mink I get.    My licence No. 4373.
" If I have to pay taxes on fur I can do it to Postmaster or Custom Inspector here. Possibly
with licence at $10 and taxes to add and postage there will be few cents left for kids. Send export
licence to the end of March."
As the expense of sending an officer to Banfield to mark the fur referred to and receive the royalty
thereon would evidently be much greater than the amount of royalty such officer would likely receive,
and as the royalty imposed under the Act should be paid to the local Government Agent of the district
where the trapper is operating, in every such case of this kind within your district which comes to
your knowledge please to send the trapper the following information as to the royalty or tax to be
paid on the pelts or skins of fur-bearing animals pursuant to section 30 of the " Game Act," viz.:—
(a.)  On each bear    $0 50    On each beaver    $1 00
coyote     25
fox, silver  10 00
fox, red    1 00
marten  1 00
musk-rat  05
racoon  15
weasel
wolf . .
05
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fox, cross
lynx	
mink	
otter 	
skunk . . .
wild-cat ..
wolverine
00
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25
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05
50
(6.) On each pelt or skin not specifically mentioned in these regulations, a royalty or tax equal
in amount to 5 per centum of the commercial value of the pelt or skin.
And instruct the trapper to send such fur to you, together with the name and address of the party
to whom he wishes it to be exported, and the amount of royalty payable thereon. Upon receipt thereof
be good enough to issue an official receipt for the amount of such royalty; have such fur officially
marked and forward it to the address as requested by the trapper. Then advise the trapper that this
has been done, free of charge, and at the same time send to him the receipt which you issued for the
amount of the royalty paid by him.
Revenue.
During the year 1921 the revenue collections derived from the sale of licences under the
" Game Act" and from royalty or tax on fur amounted to the sum of $139,437.80. which is
an increase of $1,S50.41 over the amount collected during the year 1920, but of this amount
$24,595.80 is fur-tax collections in 1921, while the fur-tax collections in 1920 only amounted
to tbe sum of $5,291.39. This source of revenue in the year 1922 should also show a further
increase. 12 Geo. 5 Report of Provincial Game Warden. AA 9
In Appendix A of tbis report is given an analysis of the sources of revenue derived during
tbe year 1921, as follows:—
(a.)  From the sale of resident firearms licences from January 1st to May 31st, 1921
(page 10):
(&.)  From the sale of resident firearms licences from June 1st to December 31st, 1921
(page 11):
(c.) From the sale of non-resident firearms licences from January 1st to May 31st, 1921
(page 12) :
(d.)  From the sale of non-resident firearms licences from June 1st to December 31st,
1921 (page 13):
(e.) From the sale of fur-traders' licences and from royalty or tax on fur from January
1st to May 31st, 1921 (page 14) :
(f.)  From the sale of fur-traders' licences and from royalty or tax on fur from June
1st to December 31st, 1921 (page 15) :
(g.) From the sale of guides' licences from January 1st to May 31st, 1921 (page 10) :
(h.) From the sale of guides' licences from June 1st to December 31st, 1921 (page 11) :
(*.)  From the sale of taxidermists' licences from January 1st to May 31st, 1921  (page
14):
(/.) From the sale of taxidermists' licences from June 1st to December 31st, 1921
(page 15): AA 10
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1922
List of Firearms coNnscATEn for Infractions of the " Game Act,'
to December 31st, 1921.
January 1st, 1921,
ConflscateiJ from.
Sprintall,  Wm.
Smith, Vernon .
Emberry,  J.  J.
Smith, James . .
Hill, Matt   	
Barton, S	
Hemming,  S.  C.
Abbott, F	
Vickers,  II	
Bloom,   H. A	
Gresham, B. F	
Perkins,  P	
Thomas, I.   (Indian)   . . .
Baptiste, Paul  (Indian)
McGimskey, T	
Harmiston, O	
Playfair, W	
Martin, A.  . .	
Brechin,  II.  S	
Marino, C	
Gilmour, J	
Nelson, D. H	
Jagger,  T.  H	
Nietrich,  J.  C	
Farrar, J	
Iflstad, T	
Gardner, W.  H	
Bon  Quon   	
Russell,  W	
Baker,   A	
George, W	
Christiansen,   M	
Germyn,  O	
Butler, S. J	
Minnichello, J	
Winram,  T.  J	
Lamount; M	
Duncan, A	
Oldershaw, J	
Muras, J	
Sturgess, C	
Tisdale, G. P	
Towle, A	
McLean, W	
Ullsperman,  G. A	
Gowans,  R	
Paris, R	
Smart, J..T	
Kato,  K	
Morrow,  G.  II	
Makatsaka, S	
Rundgren, C	
Coehenor, E. E	
Fukahashi, «	
Stanvich. A. C	
Irvine.   D	
Dicker,  F	
Dicker,  C	
Sargent, J. C	
Long,   H.
Magistrate.
N. McCallum
E. E. Hutton
H. Bowden . .
R. W. Bruhn
A. Fehr  	
J. B. Leighton
J. Brown ....
R. P. Bradley
A. Carruthers  ....
W. A. W. Ilames . .
A. G. Freeze	
C. H. Beevor-Potts
A. G. Freeze	
C. H. Beevor-Potts
G. Nordstrom   ....
C. H. Beevor-Potts
J. Stewart	
G. iNordstrom . . .
.J. Stillwell-Clute
H. O. Alexander  .
A. Phillips	
•Tudge Howie
J. Banham	
.1.  Watts-Downey
J.iDaity  	
C. Christensen . .
J.  Stillwell-Clute
J. McKee	
P. H. Wilson . . .
A. Deans   	
J.  Stillwell-Clute
McKee	
Stillwell-Clute
McKee	
Stillwell-Clute
Deans  	
Stillwell-Clute
Magistrate Shaw
0. E. Darline . . .
J. Stillwell-Clute
H. 0. Alexander  .
Date of
Confiscation.
1921.
Aug.
Nov.
Jan.
'Nov.
Oct.
Sept.
July
June
Jan.
Aug.
July
Aug.
Sept.
Oct.
Dec.
Jan.
Feb.
April
Jan.
iJuly
Aug.
Oct.
Nov.
Dec.
25
25
1
10
4
13
13
27
23
23
23
22
22
22
24
26
3
22
12
23
1
2
9
15
219
3
20
24
26
12
5
U7
22
5
24
29
20
22
SO
13
25
19
19
21
31
31
31
31
8
14
20
IS
11
18
12
215
23
15
Place of
Confiscation.
Grand Forks  	
Summerland   	
Tappen  	
Solsqua	
Walhachin	
Lower Nicola   . . ..
Quesnel	
Anglemont  	
Sorrento  	
Squilax    	
Campbell River  . . .
Oyster River	
Alberni  	
Nanaimo    	
Bainbridge   	
Nanaimo   	
Coombs	
Nanaimo   	
Quatsino-  	
Nanaimo   	
Nanoose   	
Ladysmith  	
Quatsino    	
Crescent Beach  ...
Pender Harbour  . .
ILynn Valley   	
Powell River	
Vancouver  	
South Vancouver  .
Rand	
Vancouver   	
Westham Island  . .
Chilliwack   	
Jardine-	
Serpentine Flats ..
Blaine   	
Hall's Prairie
Serpentine Flats . .
Highway, Surrey  .
Steveston   	
White Rock  	
Steveston   	
Colebrook	
Vancouver  	
Cloverdale  	
Coal Harbour   ....
Vancouver  	
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rifle.
pump-gun.
shotgun.
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shotgun.
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rifles, 1 pump-
gun.
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rifle.
rifle.
rifle.
rifle.
rifle.
shotgun.
shotgun.
rifle.
rifle.
rifle.
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shotgun.
shotgun.
rifle.
shotgun.
pump-gun.
pump-gun.
pump-gun.
rifle,
rifle.
pump-gun.
pump-gun.
rifle.
rifle.
pump-gun.
pump-gun.
rifle.
shotgun.
shotgun.
rifle.
rifle.
auto, shotgun.
shotgun.
shotgun.
shotgun.
pump-gun.
shotgun.
shotgun.
shotgun.
shotgun.
shotgun.
shotgun.
shotgun.
pump-gun.
shotgun.
shotgun.
auto, shotgun.
shotgun.
shotgun.
rifles and
1 revolver.
shotgun. 12 Geo. 5
Report of Provincial Game Warden.
AA 19
List of Firearms confiscated for Infractions of the " Game Act," January 1st, 1921,
to Decemiier 3:1st, 1921—Continued.
Confiscated from.
Magistrate.
Date of
Confiscation.
Place of
Confiscation.
Kind
confiscated.
Pollock, K.
Miller, F. J. .
Overton, C. O.
Jung Quong ..
loyota, I	
Bowerman, W.
Layritz,   R.   . .
Legge, A	
[jarsch, V.  .. .
II.   O.  Alexander.
P. H. Wilson	
•I. Maitland-Dougall
R. W. Corbett
Geo. Jay ....
L. Norris ....
T. Wilson
1921.
Dec.       30
April
Oct.
Sept.
81
21
27
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IS
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20
24
Vancouver   . .
Chilliwack  ..
Cobble Hill  .
Duncan '..	
Pender Island
Colquitz
Vernon  	
Stave Falls  .
1 shotgun and
1 rifle.
1 pump-gun.
1 pump-gun.
1 shotgun.
1 rifle.
1 pump-gun.
1 shotgun.
1 rifle.
1 rifle.
APPENDIX G.
OFFICERS AND GUIDES.
List of Provincial Police Officers.
Headquarters, Victoria.
Superintendent's Office—
Superintendent    Wm. G. McMynn Victoria.
Chief Clerk and Cashier Geo. A. Hood         „
Clerk    C. Clark	
 II. II. Clarke ........	
„ R. Peachey         „
 T. Conly ,
Provincial Motor Licence Office—
Clerk    C. A. Booth  Victoria.
,,       G. I-I. Jennings	
„        C. E. L. Agassiz .,	
Victoria District—
Senior Constable Otway Wilkie  ,.;-.' Victoria.
Constable    Robert Owens         „
 M. C. McPhail ,
 W.  Kier   Duncan.
 J. N. Rogers   Ganges.
 E. B. Irving ■.•■.••.• Luxton.
..". F. E. L. Philp Sidney.
Boundary District.
Chief Constable' J. A. Fraser Greenwood.
Constable G. F. Killam   ..,..'.., Grand Forks.
„ A. E. Spall  .Keremeos.
 W. B. Stewart Midway.
Senior Constable ...............F. Fryer .Princeton.
Constable    W. Lakeland  .Fairview.
Fort George District.
Deputy Inspector Thos. W. S. Parsons   South,Fprt George.
Chief Constable A. McNeill  ...
Constable    H. H. Mansell
„  II. Avison ....
 M. J. Condon . •
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1922
Fort George District—Continued.
. South Fort George.
Constable    S. Service 	
 G. F. Smith 	
 M. Gorman McBride.
 R. J. Breckon  Hutton.
 J. A. Williams Vanderhoof.
 T. van Dyk  South Fort George
 W. B. Jones Lucerne.
Hazelton District.
.Smithers.
Chief Constable J. Kelly : < ^
Constable    W. J. Service ,
„  P. Carr  Burns Lake.
„  S. Cline  Hazelton.
„  A. Fairbairn   Telkwa.
 E. TV. Franklin  Hazelton.
Kamloops District.
Deputy Inspector  W. L. Fernie  Kamloops.
Chief Constable Geo. H. Adam          „
Constable and Gaoler A. Noble ,
Constable    ' IT. P. Hughes           „
 F. C. Clark   t	
 F. N. Emmott  Ducks.
 J. TJrquhart  Mount Olie.
 J. Eggleshaw  Savona.
 R. Pritchard   Sicamous.
 J. W. Chadwick   Chase.
North-east Kootenay District.
Chief Constable R. J. Sutherland   Golden.
Constable    J. M. Bella .- ,
„  D. A. McDonald   Arrowhead.
„ ■ F. D. Markland Revelstoke.
„  TV. R. Henley   Athalmer.
 F. H. Butwell  Golden.
South-east Kootenay District.
. Fernie.
Deputy Inspector W. R. Duuwoody  	
Chief Constable W. V. Spiller 	
Constable    S. J. McNally  	
 A. TV. Collins Coal Creek.
„  G. J. Duncan  Elko.
 W. Hilton  Natal.
 F. G. Brown   Waldo.
„  C. H. Martin Wardner.
 W. I-I. Laird Yahk.
„  G. C. Mortimer  Cranbrook.
„  H. Grainger  Canal Flats.
„  G. W. Donahoe ' Cranbrook.
„  Arthur Arden   Kimberley.
Clerk and Constable T. F. C. Salt  Fernie.
Constable    R. F. Mills  Michel.
,,  A. J. Smith   Corbin.
 R. E. Norris   Kettle Valley.
 G. Whiting Elk Prairie.
,,  O. Ekstrum   Canal Flats. 12 Geo. 5 Keport of Provincial Game Warden. AA 21
West Kootenay District.
Chief Constable E. Gammon  '. Nelson.
Constable    H. W. King 	
 E. A. Vachon  Creston.
 Geo. M. Gunn  New Denver.
 H. McLaren  Salmo.
 J. F. Johnston Trail.
 P. Jupp  .Nakusp.
 C. F. Oland  Kaslo.
Lillooet District.
Chief Constable Geo. H. Greenwood  Quesnel.
Constable    G. E. Ashton  Clinton.
 T. Higginbottom  Lillooet.
 '. .W. Riley  Soda Creek.
 F. W. Gallagher  150-Mile House.
 . H. C. Clarke   Alexis Creek.
n H. Bishop Williams Lake.
 H. E. Harrison  Lillooet.
 G. F. Turner         „
Nanaimo District.
Chief Constable A. T. Stephenson   " Nanaimo.
Constable    A. D. I. Mustart         „
Clerk and Constable F. E. Bradner ,
Constable    W. V. Shepherd  	
 H. N. Wood Alberni.
 J. A. Anderson   Clayoquot.
 J. Russell  Ladysmith.
 F. Varney  Quatsino.
 Alex. Dunbar Cumberland.
 R. M. Stewart Comox.
 R. Marshall  Nanaimo.
 R. W. Sheffield  Alberni.
Prince Rupert District.
Chief Constable A. C. Minty  Prince Rupert.
Constable    A.  Saint    „
„  J. P. Scarlett  ... Stewart.
„  A.  Dryden    Anyox.
„  F. Broughton Bella Coola.
„  R. P. Ponder  Masset.
„  D. S. Cameron   Alice Arm.
„  . .R. Beavan   Ocean Falls.
„  R. Gibson  Port Essington.
„  A. W. Stone Rivers Inlet.
„  R.  Webster    Atlin.
„  C. A. Mancor Terrace.
„  T. F. Harper-Reed  Boundary.
„  II. Martin    Prince Rupert.
Peace River District.
Chief Constable Harry Taylor   Fort St. John.
Constable    "saac Gunnell           „        „
,,  W. A. S. Duncan Pouce Coupe.
„  E. Forfar  Hudson Hope.
Senior Constable C. G. Barber  Pouce Coupe. AA 22
British Columbia.
1922
Vancouver District.
Deputy Inspector  W.  Owen    .. .Vancouver.
Chief Constable .-. .}. .F. Cruicks'hank
Senior Constable Samuel North 	
Clerk and Constable P. M. Morrey	
Cashier   . W. H. Handley 	
Clerk and Constable A. Grundy  	
„ „  E. McArthur  	
„ „ W. J. Wismer	
Constable PI. J. McDougall	
„  J. Renner  Abbotsford.
„  R. L. Matthews , Alert Bay.
„  S. S. Saunders Britannia Beach.
Senior Constable J. MacDonald New Westminster.
Constable    W. J. Voisey  „
 W. H. Hadley  .Powell River.
 S. Marshall   Quathiaski Cove.
 W. F. Islip Squamish.
 J. G. Cunningham   Vancouver.
 T. R. Baker	
 G. Williams  North Vancouver.
 R. D. Young  Powell River.
 H. C. Pyke New Westminster.
 W. H. Cameron Sardis.
 W. V. Fenton Ladner.
  J. Murray Port Moody.
 J. W. Mcintosh Vancouver.
 G. C. Sharpe   „
 J.  Mead   	
 C. F. Kearns Pender Harbour.
 Murdo Ross Vancouver.
Vernon District.
Chief Constable Geo. A. Carter .Vernon.
Constable    P. Pentecost	
 J. Rankin        „
 ..... .R. M. Robertson Penticton.
 Evan Patterson , Vernon.
. J. M. Smith   Enderby.
 E. C. Graham  Kelowna.
 J. J. McConnell   Penticton.
■ •- • Yale District.
Chief Constable R. W. Bowen  : Asheroft.
Constable    W.  Greenwood Hope.
„  D. A. Hazelton Lytton.
„  P. Badman Merritt.
„  A. Strang North Bend.
List of Gutdes, Season 1921.
Atlin District.
Williams, T Atlin.
Cassiar District.
Fann, B.  .Telegraph Creek.
Dick, L	
Decker,  L.  „
Henyer, P.  „ 12 Geo. 5 Keport of Provincial Game Warden. AA 23
Cassiar District—Continued.
Brooks, N Telegraph Creek.
Abesta, B	
Colbert, J	
McClusky, M	
Quash, C	
Williams, G. .. . »	
McClusky, P	
Ball, G	
Conover, A. B Clearwater.
Shangle, E Iskoot.
Hazelton District.
Enoch, P Hazelton.
Burnes, G. M	
Fort George District.
Bowan, F Lucerne.
Denison, G. N         „
Brittian, H.  ....". -	
Johnston, W ,        ,,
Abrahams, E         „
Johnson, O. McBride.
Sweeney, W         „
Cochrane, W Croydon.
Goodell, W. R	
Doucette, F. G Dunster.
Bergstrom, J  Aleza Lake.
Hansen, A  „
Plargreaves. J. A Tete Juane Cache.
Fournier,  B  „
Hargreaves, F. M   .. „
Hargreaves, G  „
Hawkins, J Canoe River.
Van-Shaik,  J. Rooney P.O.
Sykes, B. S Penny.
Hartman, M. G	
Goodell, L. E Shere.
Barkerville District.
Cochran, J. D Barkerville.
Gilchrist, G  „
Kilbee, F. D	
Reed, F. de W	
Thompson, N. W  „
Thompson. R  „
Turner, G. F	
Lillooet District,
Marson, W. M Lillooet.
Manson, W. G. C. 	
Rebasker, S         „
Gaspard, E Horsefly.
Hutch, J. T Keithley Creek.
Brogan, M Quesnel Forks.
Marquardt, W. J  „
Sheridan, M  „
Moore, K. B Tatlayoko Lake. m
■
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Kootenay District.
Stevens, E Howser.
Miller, J. B.  '. ' Wardner.
McCorkell, B Field.
Sheek, W. P     „
Thomas, G ,
Nixon, W Invermere.
Hislop, G. F Glacier.
Harrison, G. H       „
Whyte, J Fort Steele.
Nicol, A. H	
Cameron, C Canal Flats.
McQuarrie, N Elk Valley.
Legace, R Golden.
Lawrence, C       „
Thor, H  Nelson.
Woodrow, CO ,
Nanaimo District.
Smith, J. C Oyster River.
Prince Rupert District.
Solasse, W Prince Rupert.
Vernon District.
Finlaison, F. D  . .Mabel Lake.
Vancouver District,
Boyce,  J Vancouver.
Haswell, E. A  „
Douglas, R. D	
Mansell, F	
Williams, A. B	
Victoria District.
Janes, G. A Cowichan Lake.
APPENDIX I).
GAME REGULATIONS,    1921.
Pursuant to the provisions of the " Game Act," the Lieuteuant-Governor in Council has been
pleased to make regulations as follows:—
GjVme Regulations, 1921.
1. The prohibition declared by section 9 of the "Game Act," being chapter 33 of the Statutes
of 1914, as to the hunting, trapping, taking, wounding, and killing of game, are, subject to the
provisions of section 2 of these regulations, hereby removed to the extent and within the periods
and limits and subject to the provisions hereinafter set out respectively, as follows:—
Big Game.
(a.) Moose, of the male sex, in the Electoral Districts of Atlin, Fort George, Omineca, and
Cariboo, open seasons from September 1st, 1921, to December 15th, 1921, both dates inclusive, in
the years 1921 and 1922.
In the Electoral District of Columbia, open season from October 1st, 1921, to November 15th,
1921, both dates inclusive. 12 Geo. 5 Report of Provincial Game Warden. AA 25
(b.) Caribou, of the male sex, throughout the Province, except Queen Charlotte Islands, and
except all that portion of the Province lying to the south and to the east of the main line of the
Canadian Northern Railway, open season from September 1st, 1921, to December 15th, 1921, both
dates inclusive, in the years 1921 and 1922.
(c.) Mountain-sheep, of the male sex, in that portion of the Province north of the main line
of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway, open season from September 1st, 1921, to November 15th,
1921, both dates inclusive.
In the Electoral Districts of Columbia, Cranbrook, and Fernie, open season from October 1st,
1921, to November 15th, 1921, both dates inclusive.
In that portion of the Electoral District of Lillooet situate and lying to the west of the Fraser
River and to the south of the Hanceville and Clinton Wagon-road, from the Fraser River Bridge
at Churn Creek to the northern boundary of the Lillooet Electoral District, open season from
September 1st, 1921, to November 15th, 1921, both dates inclusive.
(d.) Mountain-goat, throughout the Province, open season, from September 1st, 1921, to
December 15th, 1921, both dates inclusive, in the years 1921 and 1922.
(e.) Bear, on Vancouver Island, open season from November 1st, 1921, to June 30th, 1922,
both dates inclusive; throughout the remainder of the Province, open season from September
1st, 1921, to June 30th, 1922, both dates inclusive:
Provided that no bear shall be trapped in any part of the Province.
(/.) Deer (Mule, White-tail, and Coast), bucks only, throughout'the Province, except Queen
Charlotte Islands and those portions of A'ancouver Island known and defined as North and South
Saanich and Highland Districts, and except White-tail Deer in North and South Okanagan,
Similkameen, and Greenwood Electoral Districts, open season from September 17th, 1921, to
December 15th, 1921, both dates inclusive.
FUK-BEABING   ANIMALS.
(g.) All fur-bearing animals, except Beaver, throughout the Western District, open season
from November 1st, 1921, to March 31st, 1922, both dates inclusive.
In that portion of the Eastern District south of the main line of the Canadian Pacific
Railway, for the trapping of Otter, Mink, and Musk-rats, open season from January 1st, 1922,
to March 31st, 1922, both dates inclusive.
In that further portion of the Eastern District and in the Northern District, north of the
main line of the Canadian Pacific Railway, for the trapping of Otter, Mink, and Musk-rats, open
season from January 1st, 1922, to May 31st, 1922, both dates inclusive.
All other fur-bearing animals, except Beaver, in the Northern and Eastern Districts, open
season from November 1st, 1921, to March 31st, 1922, both dates inclusive.
Game Birds.
For the purpose of defining the open season for game birds and trapping of fur-bearing
animals, the Province shall be divided into three districts, to be known as the Northern, Eastern,
and Western Districts:—
Northern District shall mean and include the Electoral District of Atlin and all that portion
of the Province situate and lying to the north of the main line of the- Grand Trunk Pacific
Railway and to the east of the summit of the Cascade Range.
Eastern District shall mean and include all that portion of the Province situate and lying
to the east of the summit of the Cascade Range and south of the main line of the Grand Trunk
Pacific Railway.
Western District shall mean and include all that portion of the Province situate and lying
to the west of the summit of the Cascade Range and south of the Electoral District of Atlin.
(h.) Ducks (except Wood and Eider Ducks), Wilson or Jack Snipe, Black-breasted and
Golden Plover, and the Greater and Lesser Ycllowlegs, in the Northern District, open season
from the first Saturday next following August 31st in any year to a date three months and
fifteen days later, both dates inclusive—viz., September 3rd, 1921, to December 18th, 1921.
In the Eastern District, open season from the first Saturday next following August 31st in
any year to a date three months and fifteen days later, both dates inclusive—viz., September 3rd,
1921, to December 18th, 1921. AA 26 . British Columbia. 1922
In the Western District (in that portion of the Western District to the north of the 53rd
parallel of latitude), open season from the first Saturday next following September 7th in any
year to a date three months and fifteen days later, both dates inclusive—viz., September 10th,
1921, to December 25th, 1921.
In the Western District (in that portion of the Western District to the south of the 53rd
parallel of latitude), open season from the first Saturday next following October 14th in any
year to a date three months and fifteen days later, both dates inclusive—viz., October 15th, 1921,
to January 30th, 1922.
(i.) Geese and Brant, in the Northern District, open season from the first Saturday next
following August 31st in any year to a date three months and fifteen days later, both dates
inclusive—viz., September 3rd, 1921, to December ISth, 1921.
In the Eastern District, open season from the first Saturday next following August 31st in
any year to a date three months and fifteen days later, both dates inclusive—viz., September 3rd,
1921, to December 18th, 1921.
In the Western District (in that portion of the Western District to the north of the 53rd
parallel of latitude), open season from the first Saturday next following September 7th in any
year to a date three months and fifteen days later, both dates inclusive—viz., September 10th,
1921, to December 25th, 1921.
In the Western District (in that portion of the Western District to the south of the 53rd
parallel of latitude), open season from the first Saturday next following November 7th in any
year to a date three months and fifteen days later, both dates inclusive—viz., November 12th,
1921, to February 27th, 1922.
(j.) Grouse and Ptarmigan (except Prairie-chicken), in the Northern District and in those
portions of the Omineca, Fort George, and Cariboo Electoral Districts situate and lying in the
Eastern District, open season from September 3rd, 1921, to November 15th, 1921, both dates
inclusive. In the remainder of the Eastern District, open season from September 17th, 1921,
to October 1st, 1921, both dates inclusive.
In the Western District, in the Islands Electoral District, except in North Saanich, Blue
Grouse, open season from September 17th, 1921, to October 1st, 1921, both dates inclusive.
In the remainder of the Western District, Blue Grouse, except in those portions of Vancouver
Island known and defined as South Saanich and Highland Districts, Cowichafl Municipality,
and in those portions of the Islands and Comox Electoral Districts known and defined as North
Saanich, Denman and Hornby Islands, open season from September 17th, 1921, to November 13th,
1921, both dates inclusive.
(k.) Quail, in the Eastern District, in the Electoral Districts of Similkameen and South
Okanagan only, open season from October 22nd, 1921, to November 20th, 1921, both dates
inclusive.
In the Western District, in the Electoral Districts of Cowichan, Esquimalt, Saanich (except
Oak Bay Municipality), Newcastle south of the Nanaimo River and the Islands, open season from
October 15th, 1921, to December 31st, 1921, both dates inclusive.
(I.) Pheasants (except Golden and Silver Pheasants), in the Eastern District, cock birds only,
in the Electoral Districts of South Okanagan and Similkameen, open season from October 22ud,
1921, to October 29th, 1921, both dates inclusive.
In the Western District, in that portion thereof known and defined as Vancouver Island,
except in the Electoral Districts of Alberni and Newcastle north of the Nanaimo River, and
except in the Municipality of Oak Bay, cock birds only, open season from October 15th, 1921,
to November 30th, 1921, both dates inclusive.
In the Western District, in those portions of the Islands Electoral District known and
defined as Sidney Island, Moresby Island, Pender Island, and Mayne Island, cock birds only, open
season from October 15th, 1921, to November 30th, 1921, both dates inclusive.
In the Western District, in that portion of the Islands Electoral District known and defined
as Saltspring Island, and in those portions of the Comox Electoral District known and defined
as Denman and Hornby Islands, cock birds only, open season from October 15th, 1921, to
December 31st, 1921, both dates inclusive.
In the Western District, in that portion thereof situate and lying on the mainland, except
that portion of the Municipality of Point Grey lying north of that part of Marine Drive extending along the northern bank of the Fraser River from the eastern boundary of said municipality 12 Geo. 5 Report of Provincial Game Warden. AA 27
to the mouth of said river, and except.those further portions of the mainland known as Delta
Municipality, cock birds only, open season from October 15th, 1921, to November 30th, 1921, both
dates inclusive.
In the Western District, in that portion thereof situate and lying on the mainland known
and defined as Delta Municipality, cock birds only, open season from October 15th, 1921, to
October 24th, 1921, both dates inclusive.
(m.) European Partridge, in the Western District, in the Delta Electoral District, open season
from October 15th, 1921, to October 24th, 1921, both dates inclusive; in that portion of the Islands
Electoral District known and defined as North Saanich District and those further portions of
A'ancouver Island known and defined as South Saanich and Highland Districts, open season from
November 19th, 1921, to November 30th, 1921, both dates inclusive.
Bag Limits. i
Big Game.
In respect of big game throughout the Province, as defined in the " Game Act," no person
shall anywhere kill or take or have in their possession during the open season more than three
Deer, all of which must be of the male sex, and no person shall kill or take or have in their
possession during the open season more than two Grizzly Bear or three Bear of any other species.
In that portion of the Province north of the main line of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway,
no person shall at any time kill or take or have in their possession during the open season more
than two Mountain-sheep of the male sex.
In the Electoral Districts of Columbia, Fernie, Cranbrook, Cariboo, and Lillooet, no person
shall at any time kill, take, or have in their possession more than one Mountain-sheep of the
male sex.
Game Birds.
No person shall, in any district hereinafter designated, kill, take, or have in their possession
on any one day any greater number of game birds than the daily bag limits hereinafter set out
respectively; nor kill, take, or have in their possession during the entire open season any greater
number of game birds than the total bag limit so set out.
Western District.—Pheasants, cocks only :   Daily bag limit, 6;   total bag limit, 25.
Quail: Daily bag limit, 20;  total bag limit, 150.
European Partridge: Daily bag limit, 6;  total bag limit, 25.
Eastern District, South Okanagan and Similkameen Electoral Districts.—Pheasants, cocks
only :  Daily bag limit, 4;  total bag limit, 12.
Quail: Daily bag limit, 10;  total bag limit, 50.
Throughout the whole Province,—Ducks:  Daily bag limit, 20;  total bag limit, 150.
Geese: Daily bag limit, 10;   total bag limit, 50.
Brant: Daily bag limit, 10;  total bag limit, 50.
. Grouse: Daily bag limit, 6; grouse of any one species, not more than 12 of all species; total
bag limit, 50.
Every person shall, upon the request of any constable, furnish satisfactory proof to him of
the dates on which any big game or game birds were killed or taken.
2. The open season declared by these regulations shall not apply to the following parts of
the Province, viz.:—
(a.) Kaien Island, in the Prince Rupert Electoral District.
(6.) That portion of Dewdney Electoral District known as the Colony Farm.
(c.) That portion of the District Municipality of Burnaby bounded as follows: Commencing
at the junction of Sperling Avenue and the right-of-way of the British Columbia Electric Railway
Company, Limited ; thence due north to the line of the Great Northern Railway ; thence following
the said railway in an easterly direction to the Cariboo Road; thence southerly along the Cariboo
Road to the right-of-way of the British Columbia Electric Railway Company, Limited; thence
westerly along the line of the British Columbia Electric Railway to point of commencement.
(d.) Those further portions of the said District Municipality of Burnaby known respectively
as the Oakalla Prison Farm and Central Park.
(e.) That portion of Nanaimo Plarbour described as follows:—Between the high-water mark
on Vancouver Island and a line drawn as follows:   Commencing at Brechin Point, Departure AA 28 British Columbia. 1922
Bay, near the City of Nanaimo; thence in an easterly direction to the most westerly point of
Newcastle Island; thence south-easterly to the most easterly point on Newcastle Island; thence
to the most westerly point of Protection Island; thence south-easterly to Gallows Point on
Protection Island; thence to Jack's Point on Arancouver Island; including all the waters of
Nanaimo Harbour, Exit Channel, and the area including the Nanaimo River tide-flats.
(f.) Also that portion of the West Arm of Kootenay Lake adjoining the City of Nelson,
described as follows: Commencing at a point on the line of the Columbia and Kootenay Railway
about one mile west of the City of Nelson on the south bank of the Kootenay River, known as
the " Slaughter-house " ; thence northerly to the north bank of the said Kootenay River; thence
easterly following the said north bank of the said Kootenay River to the north side ferry-landing,
about one mile east of the City of Nelson; thence following the south bank of the said Kootenay
River in a westerly direction to the point of commencement.
3. The prohibitions declared by subsection (1) of section 34 of the "Game Act," as to the
buying, selling, and having in possession of big game and game birds, so far as the same relate
to game lawfully killed or taken, are hereby removed to the extent and within the periods and
limits and subject to the provisions hereinafter set out, as follows:—
(a.) Moose and Caribou, bulls over one year of age, in the Electoral Districts of Atlin, Fort
George, Omineca, and Cariboo, from October 1st, 1921, to December 15th, 1921, both dates
inclusive.
(b.) Bear, on A'ancouver Island, from November 1st, 1921, to June 30th, 1922, both dates
inclusive; in the remainder of the Province, from September 1st, 1921, to June 30th, 1922, both
dates inclusive.
J. W. de B. FARRIS,
Attorney-General.
Department of the Attorney-General,
Victoria, B.C., July 26th, 1921.
VICTORIA,   B.C. :
Printed by William H.  Cullin, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1922.

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