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DEPARTMENT OF PROVINCIAL SECRETARY
ANNUAL  REPOET
MENTAL HOSPITALS
op the
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
FOR 12 MONTHS ENDING MARCH 31ST
1922
printed by
authority op the legislative assembly.
VICTORIA,  B.C. :
Printed by William H. Cullin, Printer to tbe King's Most Excellent Majesty,
1922. Recreation-ground, New Westminster.
Mental Hospital, New Westminster,  .
To His Honour Walter Cameron Nichol,
Lieutenant-Governor of tlie Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour : .
The undersigned respectfully submits herewith the Annual Report of the
Medical Superintendent of the Mental Hospitals for the fiscal year ending March
31st, 1922.
j. d. Maclean,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Office. TABLE OF CONTENTS.
PART I.    MEDICAL.
Page.
Officers and Staff, List of    7
Report—General Medical Superintendent    9
Report, Laboratory—Assistant Medical Superintendent and Pathologist   12
Report—Visiting Dentist     13
Statistical Tables—
1. Movement of Population during Year  14
2. Summary of Operations of Hospitals since Inception  16
3a. Admissions, Discharges, and Deaths, New Westminster  17
3b. Admissions, Discharges, and Deaths, Essondale  17
3c. Admissions, Discharges, and Deaths, Saanich  IS
4. Civil State of Patients admitted  18
5. Religious Denominations of Patients  18
6. Educational Status of Patients  19
7. Nationality of Patients  19
8. Districts from which Patients were admitted  20
9. Occupation of Patients prior to Admission  21
10. Age of Patients on Admission  22
11. Number of Attacks at Time of Admission  22
12. Alleged Duration of Attack prior to Admission   22
13. Table of Heredity    23
14. Alleged Cause of Insanity in Patients admitted   23
15. State of Bodily Health of Patients admitted   23
16. Form of Mental Disorder in Patients admitted '.  24
17a. Probation, Number allowed out on, New Westminster   24
17b. Probation, Number allowed out on, Essondale   24
17c. Probation, Number allowed out on, Saanich   25
18a. Discharges, showing Alleged Duration of Insanity, New AA'estminster  25
ISb. Discharges, showing Alleged Duration of Insanity, Essondale    25
18c. Discharges, showing Alleged Duration of Insanity, Saanich   25
19a. Discharges, showing Length of Residence in Hospital and Condition at Time of
Discharge, New Westminster     26
19b. Discharges, showing Length  of Residence in Hospital and Condition at Time of
Discharge, Essondale   26
19c. Discharges, showing Length of Residence in Hospital and Condition at Time of
Discharge,   Saanich     26
20a. Deaths, Cause of, and Length of Time in Hospital, New Westminster  27
20b. Deaths, Cause of, and Length of Time in Hospital, Essondale   2S
20c. Deaths, Cause of, and Length of Time in Hospital, Saanich   28
21. Deportations, New AVestminster, Essondale, and Saanich    29
PART II.    FINANCIAL.
Report—Bursar     30
Balance-sheet and Profit and Loss Account, New Westminster  31
Balance-sheet and Profit and Loss Account, Essondale   32
Balance-sheet and Profit and Loss Account, Saanich   33
Financial Tables—
A. Average Residence, Maintenance and Per Capita Cost since Inception  34
B. 1
t, .,   > Analysis of Gross Per Capita Cost  35, 36
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C. )
r,-,   I Yearly Gross Expenditure, Analysis of, since Inception   37, 38 	
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Page.
Financial Tables—Continued.
D. Summary of Gross and Net Per Capita Cost in all Hospitals  39
E. Expense and Revenue Statement, New Westminster   41
P. Expense and Revenue Statement, Essondale   43
G. Expense and Revenue Statement, Saanich    46
Revenue, Table .of, since Inception   47
Report, Financial—Tailor's Department  47
Report, Financial—Shoemaker's Department   49
Production Tables—■
Summary of Working-days, Patients, New Westminster   50
Summary of Working-days, Patients, Essondale     50
Articles made by Female Patients, New Westminster    51
Articles made for Nurses, New Westminster   51
Articles made for Essondale at New Westminster  51
Mending done for Female Patients, New Westminster   51
Mending done for Male Patients, New Westminster ;  51
Mending done for Nurses, New Westminster   51
Supplies, New Westminster—
Fruit put up    ,  52
Pickles put up    52
Supplies received from Home Parmer   52
Garden  Produce     52
Supplies, Saanich—Production Table, Farm and Garden   52
PART III.    COLONY FARM.
Report—Farm Superintendent    54
Report—Financial,  General—Bursar     55
Balance-sheet     56
Profit and Loss Account   57
Dairy and Herds Department—
Profit and Loss Account   58
Production and Costs Account  :  5S
Milk Production and Cost  5S
Bull Department—
Profit and Loss Account   59
Service Account  59
Mature Cow Department—Profit and Loss Account   60
Young Cattle Department—Profit and Loss Account   61
Young Horse Department—Profit and Loss Account   62
Stallion Department  62
Work-horse Department—
Sales and Deaths Account   62
Profit and Loss Account   62
Horse-labour performed     63
Sheep Department—Profit and Loss Account    63
Hog Department—
Profit and Loss Account   61
Supplies to Essondale    65
Supplies to New Westminster  65
Poultry Department—Profit and Loss Account  65
Truck-garden and Nursery—Profit and Loss Account   66
Crop Department—Profit and Loss Account    67
Pasturage Account    70
Shrinkage and Rot  70
Tractor Account    70
Prize-money Account    71
Exhibition Expenses     71 Y 6 Table of Contents. 1922
Page.
Maintenance and Administration, General    71
Produce supplied to Essondale   72
Produce supplied to New Westminster  72
Produce supplied to Saanich  73
Produce supplied to Boys' Industrial School  . ...:  73
Accounts receivable  73
Notes receivable  73
Trees, Shrubs, etc., supplied to Public Schools and Institutions   71
Equipment     71
Inventories—
Cows    74
Young Cattle     76
Herd Bulls   :  77
Work-horses     77
Young  Horses     78
Stallions    78
Sheep     78
Poultry     79
Hogs  79
Feed and Produce   79
Nursery and Garden  80 ■
DEPARTMENT OF PROVINCIAL SECRETARY.
Hon. J. D. MacLean, Povincial Secretary. J. L. White, Deputy Provincial Secretary.
OFFICERS AND STAFF, MENTAL HOSPITALS.
H. C. Steevbs, B.A., M.D., CM., General Medical Superintendent.
OFFICERS AT NEW WESTMINSTER.
Medical Staff:
E. J. Ryan, M.D., CM., Assistant Medical Superintendent.
T. W. McAllisteh, M.D., Assistant Physician. Gwendolyn Kellington, Analyst.
Clerical Staff:
Gowan S. Macgowan, Bursar. Thos. H. Cambridge, Receiving Cleric.
F. Gillaed, Clinical Clerk and Stenographer.
J. F. O'Reilly, Steward. Violet Stead, Clinical Stenographer.
Chaplains:
Rev. F. W. Atjvache, Protestant. Rev. Father Beck, Roman Catholic.
Nursing Staff:
Miss M. Fillmore, Matron and Supervisor of Nurses. F. Spooner, Chief Attendant.
OFFICERS OF ESSONDALE AND COLONY FARM.
Medical Staff:
A. L. Crease, M.D., CM, Assistant Medical Superintendent and Pathologist.
L. E. Satjriol, M.D., Assistant Physician, P. S. Tennant, M.D., Assistant Physician.
Clerical Staff:
Gowan S. Macgowan, Bursar. O. Fletcher, Chief Cleric. M. H. McCabe, Boolc-lceeper.
John Pumphrey, Steward. Ethel Gregg, Stenographer.
F. J. Fish, Clinical Clerk, and Stenographer. I. H. Wedge, Clinical Stenographer.
Chaplains:
Rev. A. B. Lane, Protestant. Rev. Father Pare, Roman Catholic.
Nursing Staff:
Gilbert Mathewson, Chief Attendant. M. Doyle, Assistant Chief Attendant.
M. Fillmore, Matron and Supervisor of Nurses.
Colony Farm:
P. H. Moore, B.A., B.S.A., Farm Superintendent.
T. Weeks, Record Clerk. R. Gardner, Foreman,
OFFICERS OF MENTAL HOME, COLQUITZ.
George Hall, M.D., CM., Visiting Physician.
Granby7 Farrant, Managing Supervisor. Harry Hoult, Chief Attendant. 7^
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w REPORT OF THE MEDICAL SUPERINTENDENT
For the Twelve Months ending March 31st, 1922.
PART I—MEDICAL.
New Westminster, B.C., August 16th, 1922.
The Honourable the Provincial Secretary,
Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I have the honour to submit herewith the Fiftieth Annual Report of the Mental
Hospitals of British Columbia, which is a report of the Hospital operations for the fiscal year
ending March 31st, 1922.
There were resident in the various departments of the Hospital at the beginning of the
year 1,566 patients, of which 1,122 were males and 444 females. In addition to those in residence,
there were on probationary trial in the care of friends and still under the Hospital supervision
93 patients, making a total of 1,659 patients under Hospital supervision at the beginning of the
year.
During the year 478 new patients were admitted, 308 male and 170 female, thus making a
total of 2,137 patients under treatment and supervision during the year.
Discharges, deaths, and escapes during the year total 488, of which 298 were males and 100
females, leaving in residence at the close of the year under review 1,649. We have, therefore,
a net increase of patients in residence at the end of the year of 83. I wish to especially bring
this to your attention, as it must impress you with the urgent need of relieving as rapidly
as possible the crowded condition of the Hospitals brought about by the interruption of the
building programme by the war.
The tables (1-21) appended cover all details in connection with patients and provide some
very interesting information when analysed. A reference to Table 7 shows that of the total of
478 admitted only 172, or 35.90 per cent., -were Canadian born, the remainder coming from almost
every other country in the world. These figures must impress the necessity of a very careful
supervision of persons entering our country if the results hoped for from immigration are to be
obtained. In this connection I have added Table 21 to the report, showing the number of patients
successfully deported during the year, the country to which they were returned, the length of
residence in Canada prior to admission, and the residence in Hospital before deportation could
be carried out. Much very valuable information can be gleaned from the figures in this table
if one considers the costs involved in dealing with these cases.
During the year every effort has been made to keep up active treatment and keep in touch
with all the advances in treating the insane. I feel that the results obtained have been creditable
when it is remembered that a department of this Hospital cares for feeble-minded and they are
included in our statistics as well as the actual insane.
During the* year 96 patients were discharged recovered and 135 improved, a total of 231,
or 48.3 per cent, of our admissions cured or helped toy the Hospital. In addition, there were
43 patients discharged as unimproved, either going to other institutions or private care; a total
of 57.32 per cent, of discharges to admissions, not including deaths. The general health of the
Hospital population has been good, no epidemic of disease making its appearance. Deaths totalled
114, or 5.33 per cent, of the total number under treatment, and represents one of the lowest death-
rates in the history of the Hospital. There have been no suicidal or accidental deaths during
the year, a fact which speaks well for the diligence and care of the nursing staff, as we have
among our population some very persistent and actively suicidal cases.
The types of mental disease exhibited in the cases admitted during the year is shown in
Table 16. Here we are impressed with the preponderance of the manic depressive and dementia
prsecox psychosis, these alone constituting 49.7 per cent, of all admissions.    These are the types I
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in which heredity and hereditary predisposition are so (frequently found and the types which
occur at that time in life when stress is greatest. Those who enter the game of life handicapped
by poor heredity break under the responsibilities incident to progress, and w7e find (Table 10)
the admissions gradually increasing for each five-year period of age up to 40, where the peak-
load of business and family worry may be considered to be reached. This point passed and the
curve again diminishes as the responsibilities lighten and ambitions are attained.
General paresis accounted for 20, or 4.1 per cent, of the admissions. This form of mental
illness, due only to syphilis, could have been prevented by effective treatment in the early stages
of the infection and a most distressing and fatal disease, as well as the economic loss incident
to illness and treatment, avoided. It seems most important that the public should be made
familiar with the necessity of serious and prolonged treatment of venereal disease. Idiocy and
imbecility were responsible for the admission of 57 patients. This amounts to 11.9 per cent, of
our total admissions and points out the seriousness of the need for steps to be taken to provide
additional accommodation for this class of patient. Our present building for the feeble-minded
is long since filled to maximum capacity and these cases are now overflowing into our general
wards, a condition most undesirable from every point of view. In my recommendations I will
refer again to this matter.
I would also direct attention to Tables ISa and ISb, which show clearly that the best results
are obtained in those cases brought to Hospital in the early stages of illness. Those cases ill
less than one month show by far the greatest number of recoveries and so point to the imperative
need for early treatment in mental illness. Any steps which can be taken to familiarize the
public with the work and results of the modern mental hospital and to dissipate the old traditions
so fixed in the minds of many will react most favourably in building up a confidence in the
Hospital and materially aid in the results of its work.
Repairs and Extensions.
AVork in the mechanical departments has been carried on actively during the year, with the
result that the buildings and equipment of the Hospital are in good condition generally.
The report of Mr. Lonsdale, chief carpenter at Essondale, and Mr. Hall, chief carpenter at
the Public Hospital for Insane, shows much work accomplished- during the year, and I -wish to
officially express my appreciation of their work.
At the Public Hospital for Insane a new building 60 by 100 feet, two stories, was erected
for the proper housing of steward's stores and to provide additional accommodation for occupational therapy. This building has added much to the successful operation of the Hospital.
The repairing and upholstering of furniture has been carried on more extensively than formerly;
during the year 121 pieces of furniture being renewed.
Several rather extensive repair and renewal jobs have been completed in various wards of
the Hospital in an effort to keep the buildings in as hygienic and suitable condition as possible.
At Essondale the Carpentry Department has accomplished a good year's work. A root-
house, 36 by 130 feet, one and a half stories, was completed at Colony E'arm. Three bull-sheds,
14 by 14 feet, with concrete floors. Three five-room cottages with half-basement were erected
for employees. Remodelled isolation-barn to horse-barn, removing old fittings, changing floors,
and installing suitable fittings to accommodate horses; now a splendid barn. A machine-shop,
20 by 32 feet, erected to accommodate pressing needs-for temporary room to carry on this work.
General repairs were constantly carried on in all buildings and they have been kept in good
condition.
The painters have been actively engaged in cleaning and painting wards of the Hospital and
painting new buildings as completed.
In the Engineering Department much necessary work has been carried on. A very trying
emergency was energetically and successfully met by Mr. Malcolm at Essondale and Mr. Johnson
at the Public Hospital for Insane, when, through flooding of the Coquitlam River, the water-
supply to both Hospitals was destroyed. In a very short time, by the active co-operation of the
whole staff, a w7ater service was installed which carried the Hospitals through a period of four
months without serious shortage or discomfort. The flood also made necessary extensive repairs
to motors and pumps.    These are again in good condition.
The completion of telephone, water, heating and lighting installation for the Boys' Industrial
School was also carried out by this department during the year.   The general repairs to heating, :
12 Geo. 5 Superintendent's Report. Y 11
plumbing, laundry machinery, and machinery-generally have been carried on by this department
and entailed a very considerable amount of work.
The Tailoring Department has also been carried on successfully; all staff uniforms were
manufactured as well as a large amount of clothing for patients dependent upon the Hospital.
The shoe-shop has also been operated successfully during the year, carrying on extensive
repair-work and making considerable new stock as well as special footwear for deformed and
crippled patients who needed special attention of this kind.
A new X-ray equipment has been purchased and will be installed in the space formerly
occupied by the Steward at the Public Hospital for Insane as soon as necessary alterations can
be made. This will prove a great benefit to the institution, as formerly it was necessary to send
patients to the General Hospital for X-ray service. As a result only the urgent cases were sent
out and a valuable diagnostic aid often lost.
Much improvement-work has been carried on at the Mental Home at Colquitz, as a result
of which the buildings and grounds are in a much more satisfactory condition than formerly and
reflect much credit on the Supervisor and his staff.
Colony Farm Department.
I am pleased to record the return of Mr. P. H. Moore to Colony Farm as Farm
Superintendent.
The work of the farm suffered severe reverses owing to the Coquitlam flood and only after
many months of hard work have necessary repairs been made. The loss from this source was
severe indeed and can only be estimated. Fortunately there was no loss of stock, largely owing
to the tireless efforts of the staff on the farm.
The inventory of stock shows a satisfactory condition, though the necessary revaluation
owing to falling markets makes it appear that we had suffered severe financial loss.
For all details of this department I would refer you to the section of the report containing
the Farm Superintendent's report and detail tables of all operations.
Financial Department.
The Bursar's report, together with balance-sheets and financial tables, show in complete
detail the finances of the Hospital for the year.
I would especially direct your attention to the fact that, although more patients were treated
than ever before, we were able to carry on the work for $44,000 less than last year and were
successful in reducing the daily net per capita cost from 93% cents last year to 80% cents for
the period of this report. This was accomplished in the face of a diminished revenue from
estates and maintained patients, although every effort was made to collect maintenance wherever
possible.
I feel that a study of the volume of work done and the generally satisfactory condition of
the buildings and equipment makes the net cost a very satisfactory one indeed.
Recommendations.
I would most especially recommend the continuance of active construction of modern suitable
buildings at Essondale to care for the whole Mental Hospital requirements. I need only say
that the population of the Hospital has grown from 752 in 1912, when the last building was
completed, to 1,049 in 1922 to impress upon you the greatly crowded state of the institution at
the present time.
The buildings at New Westminster are increasingly more difficult and expensive to keep in
repair and, even when the best possible is accomplished, are obsolete and unsuited for the care
of insane as practised to-day.
In bringing together at one place the entire organization a great deal could be saved in the
elimination of duplications in staff and equipment and much more satisfactory administration
could be carried out.
The temporary building for the care of feeble-minded children is overcrowded at present
and these cases are again overflowing into the general wards of the institution. This is a very
unsatisfactory condition and should be remedied as quickly as possible. It is my opinion that
the old buildings at New Westminster should be rebuilt as conditions will permit and a suitable
institution for the feeble-minded be carried on there entirely separate from the insane. .
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. The growth of the. institution has brought about the necessity for additional shop-room.
This can be accomplished very satisfactorily by remodelling the interior of the old shops building
at a very moderate cost, and I would recommend that funds be provided for this work during
the next year.
After very considerable study of the feasibility of operating a cannery satisfactorily to care
for fruit and vegetable crops and give a more economical and better-balanced diet to our patients,
I have no hesitation in recommending that this step be taken as soon as possible.
The building of homes for Medical Officers at Essondale is very essential indeed. At the
present time there is accommodation for only one married physician. It is almost impossible
to get single men to fill staff appointments and impossible to hold them on the staff if facilities
are not provided to follow natural instincts and have a home. We cannot expect to get and
keep efficient officers if these facilities are not available. There is urgent need for the erection
of three suitable houses for this purpose at a very early date.
. The continuation of the erection of homes for employees is also very desirable and should
be provided for as conditions will permit.
The time has arrived when we must again enlarge our medical staff to keep pace with the
growth of our population and provisions should be made to meet this need as soon as possible.
Much important work could be carried on had we sufficient medical staff to take it up.
Acknowledgments.
I wish to make official acknowledgment of the valuable assistance of the Assistant Medical
Superintendents in carrying on the treatment of patients and the general supervision of the
Hospitals. Without their hearty co-operation my task would have been almost impossible. I am
also indebted to the physicians for loyal and diligent service.
The heads of all departments of the institution have been most diligent and show7n a splendid
interest in successfully carrying on the Hospital, and I feel that much of our success during the
year has been clue to this splendid sriirit.
In closing this report, allow me to make grateful acknowledgment of your ready understanding and appreciation of our institution problems and needs and your kind consideration and
support during the year.
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,
H. C. STEEVES,
Medical Superintendent.
LABOBATOBY BEPORT.
Provincial Mental Hospital,
Essondale, B.C., August 14th, 1922.
Dr. H. C. Steeves,
Medical Superintendent, Public Hospital for Insane,
New Westminster, B.C.
Sir,—I have the honour to submit herewith report of work done in Laboratory during the
year ended March 31st, 1922.
The report will show that the work accomplished this year is less than that done during
the previous year. Miss Shepherd, the former Laboratory Technician, resigned on August 31st,
1921, and her position was not filled until December 1st, 1921, when Miss Kellington took up her
duties as assistant, and since that time the work of the Laboratory has been continued.
Of the number of tests for syphilis, 26 show as positive, a percentage of approximately S,
showing no change from the percentage of last year's results. 12 Geo. 5 Dental Report. Y 13
Laboratory-work done from April 1st, 1921, to March 31st, 1022.
Urinalyses—
Routine    '  1SS
Blood—
Wassermann test for syphilis    322
Blood-counts—
Complete  10
White and differential counts    10
Spinal fluid—
Wassermann  tests     12
Globulin     6
Cell-counts      6
Cultures—
Throat     4
Nose     3
Sputa examination for tuberculosis    8
Examination of foeces    2
Smears—
Urethral for  Gc    3
Complement-fixation test for Bacillus abortus  72
Agglutination test for Bacillus abortus    liO
Bacterial counts on milk  8
I have, etc.,
A. L. Crease, M.D., CM.,
Assistant Medical Superintendent and Pathologist.
DENTAL REPORT.
Public Hospital for the Insane,
New Westminster, B.C.
Medical Superintendent,
Public Hospital for the Insane,
.   New Westminster B.C.
Sir,—I beg to report the following dental work on iiatients in the Mental Hospitals, New
Westminster and Essondale, during the year from April 1st, 1921, to March 31st, 1922,
inclusive:—■
Extractions     431
Amalgam fillings       71
Cement  fillings          8
Synthetic          3
Scaling and cleaning      C4
Pyorrhoea treatments        4
Dentures          8
Repairing dentures         4
Resetting bridge         1
Trimming plate       11
Bridge removed        1
Alveolotomy       1
Abscess treated         1
I have, etc.,
F. P. Smith, D.D.S.,
Visiting Dentist. 5 '": ,'■ , I
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1922
STATISTICAL TABLES.
Table No. 1.—Showing the Operations  op  the Hospitals,  New Westminster,  Essondale,
and Saanich, from April 1st, 1921, to March 31st, 1922.
Movement of Population.
In residence, New Westminster, March 31st, 1921	
n Essondale, March 31st, 1921	
I, Saanich, March 31st, 1921	
On probation, carried forward from 1920-21, New Westminster .
,i i, ii Essondale	
n n ii Saanich	
Escaped, carried forward from 1920-21, New Westminster	
,i it Essondale	
,t m Saanich	
Admitted during the year 1921-22-
By ordinary forms	
By urgency forms	
By voluntary	
From the Yukon   	
Order in Council	
Total under treatment, New Westminster, Essondale, and Saanich, April
1st, 1921, to March 31st, 1922	
Discharged during period April 1st, 1921, to March 31st, 1922 :
(a.) From New Westminster—
As recovered	
As improved	
As unimproved	
Not insane	
On probation and still out	
Escaped, but not discharged	
Died	
(&.) From Essondale—
As recovered	
As improved	
As unimproved	
Not insane ,	
On probation and still out ...
Escaped, but not discharged.
Died	
(c.) From Saanich—
As improved ...
As unimproved.
Not insane	
Died	
Total discharged from New Westminster, Essondale, and Saanich.
Total in residence, New Westminster, Essondale, and Saanich	
New Westminster—
Total on books, March 31st, 1921	
Admissions during 1921-22	
Returned from Essondale	
Returned from Saanich	
Discharged during 1921-22.
Transferred to Essondale...
Transferred to Saanich	
Total in residence, New Westminster, March 31st, 1922
Male.
168
840
114
10
32
3
273
20
12
1
17
26
101
19
03
24
1
26
6
48
2
10
178
308
25
1
101
232
11
Female.
410
34
JO
1
166
3
56
37
9
2
43
450
170
184
11
Total.
578
874
114
60
33
3
439
23
12
2
2
77
66
15
4
60
63
285
26
1
27
6
478
31
1
285
243
11
Male.    Female.     Total.
1,174
308
1,482
512
344
168
170
190
465
2,137
1,138
539 .
12 Geo. 5
Statistical Tables.
Y 15
Table No.  1.—Showing the Operations of the Hospitals,  New Westminster,   Essondale,
and Saanich, from April 1st, 1921, to March 31st, 1922—Continued.
Male.
Female.
Total.
TOTAl.
Movement of Population.
Male.
Female.
Total.
Essondale—
879
232
187
25
9
117
11
9
10
1
168
890
126
35
11
6
6
431
34
914
243
193
31
9
1,111
221
46
12
34
1,157
233
117
11
9
10
1
599
924
126
890
S24
Saanich—
137
11
126
465
Transferred from New Westminster	
137
11
126
1,184
flrand total in residence, New Westminster, Essondale, and Saanich, March
31st, 1922	
1,649 T
Y 16
Mental Hospitals.
1922
Table No. 2.—Showing in Summary Form the Operations of the Hospital since its
Inception.
Year.
1872	
1873	
1874	
1875	
1876	
1877	
1878	
1879	
1880	
1881	
1882	
1883	
1884	
1885	
1886	
1887	
1888	
1889	
1890	
1891	
1892	
1893	
1894	
1895	
1896	
1897	
1898	
1899	
1900	
1901	
1902	
1903	
1904	
1905	
1906	
1907	
1908	
1909	
1910 .".
1911	
1912	
1913	
,1914 	
1915	
1916	
1917 '.
1918	
Jan. 1, 1919, to
Mar. 31, 1920
Apl. 1,1920, tn
Mar. 31, 1921
Apl. 1, 1921, to
Mar. 31, 1922
■a
18
15
12
29
22
14
16
18
17
13
7
8
10
20
27
36
26
41
52
49
52
44
80
62
64
74
81
101
113
115
121
139
115
123
150
221
230
232
280
332
375
380
402
332
353
371
375
574
478
Discharges.
1
10
4
3
11
4
7
4
5
5
10
15
12
14
17
19
17
14
13
29
23
20
27
31
38
40
30
38
46
43
36*
48
68*
73t
84
67J
74*
9011
58
83
73t
8S
75
116
88
96
o o
-A  £
o
6
4
10
18
19
11
25
8
13
32
27
20
31
37
26
33
43
43
56
77
82
114
128
146
126
91
96
78
95
221
173
178
1
5
3
10
5
3
8
8
5
5
2
3
2
5
6
5
3
4
12
20
13
14
19
20
9
14
19
21
29
25
25
26
26
27
28
39
57
40
41
60
76
67
74
89
80
106
132
132
122
114
<D
s-.  tn
O) o
r^i  ts ^H
16
14
19
32
35
38
36
41
48
48
49
49
51
61
66
77
82
100
117
123
135
133
162
164
171
203
221
234
258
284
311
349
321
348
• 388
461
507
536
595
690
752
919
1,027
1,090
1,205
1.301
1,347
1,458
1,566
1,649
5
13
3
3
7
1
2
10
5
11
5
18
17
6
12
29
2
7
32
18
13
24
26
27
38
27
43
73
46
29
48
105
62
167
108
6.3
115
96
46
111
108
83
28
* Three not insane.
t One nut insane.
18
31
26
48
54
49
54
54
58
61
55
57
59
71
8S
102
103
123
152
166
175
179
213
224
228
246
285
327
356
377
413
466
480
505
552
666
765
816
896
1,034
1,065
1,264
1,364
1,437
1,527
1,650
1,753
2,025
2,043
2,137
0> .£
M 2
o<
5.55
66.66
33.33
10.34
50.00
28.57
43.75
22.22
29.41
3S.46
42.85
50.00
20.00
25.00
37.03
41.66
46.15
34.15
32.69
38.77
32.69
31.81
16.25
46.77
35.93
27.03
33.33
30.69
33.63
34.78
24.79
27.34
40 00
33.33
23.03
21.30
28.30
31.00
30.00
19.57
18.90
22 63
14.43
25.00
20.68
23.72
20.00
20.20
14.17
20.08
.2 w
4'3
ID
Percentage of
charges to Adi
sions  (Deaths
eluded).
5
55
80
00
33
33
26
89
63.63
78.57
62
50
27
77
29.41
61
54
57
14
62
50
60
00
25.00
59.25
55
55
69.23
46
34
44.23
46
94
51
92
72.72
40
00
64
51
75.00
37
83
49
38
62
37
57
52
52
17
50
41
53.96
62
61
61
78
52
06
41
20
53
90
64
60
59
28
54.42
53
80
62
10
45
77
52.41
47
87
44
.74
45.33
58
.71
72
.60
57
.32
id r~' t-i
r, i> Tl
£ o 9
5.55
16.12
11.53
20.83
9.35
6.12
16.16
14.81
8.62
8.19
3.63
5.26
3.33
6.94
6.81
4.80
2.87
3.25
7.64
11.69
6.95
7.60
8.92
8.92
3.94
5.69
6.66
6.42
8.14
6.63
6.06
5.57
5.42
5.34
5.04
5.08
7.44
6.40
4.57
5.83
7.02
5.30
5.43
6.19
5 24
6.42
7.47
6.51
5.97
5.33
: Two not insane
I Four not insane.   12 Geo. 5
Statistical Tables.
Y 17
Table No. 3a.—Showing Number of Admissions, Discharges, and Deaths from April 1st,
1921, to March 31st, 1922, New AA'estminster.
Admission
}.
Discharges.
Deaths.
Months.
Male.
Female.
10
20
14
14
18
14
6
10
19
12
12
.  21
Total.
Male.
2
5
4
2 .
12
11
5
9
's
58
Female.
1
1
22
5
10
9
14
12
4
26
Total.
2
6
5
24
5
22
20
i9
21
4
34
Male.
1
5
4
1
2
1
O
O
1
5
3
Female.
.2
1
1
2
6
6
3
3
2
5
6
Total.
1921.
April	
May	
27
37
22
18
26
28
19
27
23
24
21
36
37
57
36
32
44
42
25
37
42
30
33
57
478
1
2
6
5
3
8
7
6
December	
1922.
January	
3
3
March    	
10
9
Totals   ....
308
170
104
162
26
37
63
Table No. 3b.—Showing Number of Admissions. Discharges, and Deaths from April 1st,
1921, to March 31st, 1922, Essondale.
Months.
1921.
April	
May	
June	
July	
August	
September . .
October
November.. .
December...
1922.
January
February ...
March	
Totals
Admissions
Discharges
Deaths.
Male.
Female.
Total.
Male.
Female.
Total.
Male.
Female.
27
27
2
2
4
11
3
17
21
1
22
7
22
1
23
4
4
1
5
2
2
2
22
2
24
1
1
2
4
27
1
28
2
2
1
16
1
17
31
31
2
23
23
2
i
3
1
18
18
5
o
5
17
2
19
28
28
7
16
16
3
3
3
26
26
10
107
i
11
8
1
232
11
243
4
111
48
49 .
Y 18
Mental Hospitals.
1922
Table No. 3c.—Showing Number of Admissions, Discharges, and Deaths from  April 1st,
1921, to March 31 st, 1922, Saanich.
Admissions.
Discharges.
Deaths.
Months.
Male.
4
5
4
3
4
Female.
Total.
4
5
4
3
4
Male.
2
2
1
1
'2
Female.
Total.
Male.
1
1
Female.
Total.
1921.
April	
Mav '.....
2
2
1
1
2
1
August	
1922.
March	
1
Totals	
20
20
8
8
2
2
Table No. 4.—Showing Civil State of Patients admitted from April 1st, 1921, to
March 31st, 1922.
Civil State.
Male.
Female.
Total.
'92
197
1
14
4
308
94
66
10
186
263
1
24
4
	
Totals...                   	
170
478
Table No. 5.—Showing Keligious Denominations of Patients admitted from April 1st, 1921,
to March 31st, 1922.
Religious Denomination.
Atheist	
Buddhist	
Christian Scientist	
Confucian  	
Greek Catholic	
Hebrew	
Lutheran	
Plymouth Brethren
Protestant 	
Roman Catholic	
Seventh Day Adventist
Unknown	
Totals .
Male.
Female.
4
1
15
3
3
3
1
9
3
3
1
23
5
2
2
175
131
65
22
1
1
D
308
170
Total.
5
15
6
4
12
4
28
4
306
87
47S 12 Geo. 5
Statistical Tables.
Y 1!)
Table No. 6.—Showing the Degree of Education of those admitted from April 1st, 1921,
to March 31st, 1922.
Degree of Education.
Male.
Female.
Total.
2
42
194
42
28
1
51
91
11
16
3
93
285
Poor	
53
44
Tntnls ......
308
170
478
Table No. 7.—Showing the Nationality of those admitted from April 1st, 1921, to
March 31st, 1922.
Nationality.
Male.
5
1
12
4
54
Finland	
5
9
1
1
2
2
2
12
3
1
4
2
1
6
2
9
26
1
1
12
1
22
4
Canada—
1
34
8
8
7
29
3
16
3
1
Totals    	
308
Female.
Total.
1
1
3
8
1
1
13
4
49
103
5
2
4
1
1
2
2
o
1
3
3
15
3
6
2
4
2
1
2
9
25
51
1
1
1
1
1
13
1
13
35
1
5
3
4
18
52
2
10
2
10
5
12
25
54
4
7
3
19
3
1
170
478 Y 20
Mental Hospitals.
1922
Table No. S.—Showing what Districts contributed Patients from April 1st, 1921, to
March 31st, 1922.
Place of Residence at Time
of Committal.
Abbotsford ..	
Alberta, Province of.
Aldergrove 	
Allenby	
Alta Vista	
Anyox	
Armstrong	
Atlin    	
B.C. Penitentiary	
Bella Coola	
Brechin	
Burnaby	
Canim Lake	
Canoe	
Chief Like	
Chilliwack	
Chilcotin	
Clayburn	
Cloverdale	
Cobble Hill	
Coombs	
Comox 	
Courtenay	
Cranbrook	
Crawford Bay	
Crowsnest   	
Cumberland	
Dawson, Y.T	
Deroche	
Dorr	
Douglas Lake	
Eholt	
Enirlle	
Esquimalt	
Fairview  ..
Fernie	
Flagstone	
Fort Fraser	
Fort George	
Fort Steele	
Fraser Mills	
Frederick Siding ....
Glacier 	
Golden	
Graham Island	
Granby    	
Grand Forks	
Haney	
Hazelton	
Hollyburn   	
Hope	
Kamloops	
Kaslo   	
Kelowna	
Ladner	
Ladysmith  	
Langley Prairie	
Lillooet	
Longworth	
Carried forward
83
108
Place of Residence at Time
of Committal.
Brought forward .
Lulu Island	
Matsqui	
Mayo, Y.T	
Michel	
Midway	
Mission	
Murrayville	
Myrtle Point	
Nanaimo	
Nelson	
New Westminster. ..
New Denver	
Nicola	
North Bend	
Oakalla Prison Farm.
Ocean Falls	
Pemberton Meadows.
Penticton  	
Pitt Meadows	
Port Alice	
Port G-quitlam	
Port Essington	
Port Guichon	
Port Hardy	
Powell River	
Premier	
Prince George	
Prince Rupert	
Quatbiaski Cove......
Quesnel	
Revelstoke	
Richmond	
Rivers Inlet 	
Saanich	
Sal spring Island....
San Jose Bay	
Salmon Arm	
Sapperton	
Shuswap	
Sicumous	
Smithers	
Sperling	
Stewart	
Sugarcane 	
Sumas	
Terrace	
Trail	
Ucluelet 	
Usk	
Vancouver	
„ North	
a        South	
West	
Vernon	
Victoria	
Wellington	
West Summerland...
White Rock   	
Yahk	
Totals.
125
6
4
2
1
19
1
25
308
1
1
82
3
11
i
13
1
1
108
5
2
22
170
207
9
15
2
2
32
2
1
2
2
478 12 Geo. 5
Statistical Tables.
Y 21
Table No. 9.—Showing the Occupations of those admitted from April 1st, 1921, to
March 31st, 1922.
Occupation.
Accountant	
Architect	
Bank clerk
Barber	
Blacksmith
Boiler-maker...
Book-keeper . ..
Bottler	
Brass-worker . .
Bridge-builder.
Brickmaker. ...
Broker	
Builder	
Canvasser	
Canner-ynian ...
Car foreman   ..
Carpenter	
Chauffeur	
Clergyman	
Clerk.	
Companion
Comptometer...
Contractor
Cook	
Cooper	
Coppersmith.. .
Dressmaker
Engineer	
Factory-hand...
Farmer	
Filer	
Fireman   	
Fisherman	
Gardener	
Glass-beveller..
Governess	
Housekeeper. . .
Housewife	
Interpreter
Janitor	
Labourer	
Laundryman  .
Lineman	
Carried forward
192
114
40
30'
Occupation.
Brought forward.
Locomotive engineer.
Logger	
Longshoreman	
Machinist	
Mechanic	
Merchant.	
Milliner	
Miner	
Missionary	
Moulder	
Motorman	
Musician	
Night watchman	
None	
Nurse	
Oiler	
Pickler	
Plumber	
Postman	
Powder-maker	
Prospector	
Railway agent	
Rancher	
Reporter	
Retired	
Sailor	
Salesman	
Seamstress	
Secretary	
Section foreman.   ...
Servant 	
Stenographer	
Student 	
Tailor	
Teacher 	
Teamster	
Telegrapher	
Telephone operator..
Truck-driver	
Typesetter	
Unknown 	
Waiter	
Totals.
192
1
22
3
2
4
23
308
114
22
170
306
1
22
3
2
4
1
1
14
1
1
1
2
1
45
6
1
1
1
1
1
478 .
Y 22
Mental Hospitals.
1922
Table No. 10.—Showing the Ages of those admitted from April 1st, 1921, to March 31st, 1922.
Age.
Under 15 years	
From   15 to 20 years
20   „   25    ,/
25   „   30    ;/
30   „   35    /,
„       35   ,/   40    „
a       40   //   45    a
45   //   50    „
50   „   55     „
55   „   60     i,
n       60   ;/  65    a
n       65   «   70    a
„       70  „   75    ,.
„       75   i,   80    „
Over 80 years	
Unknown	
Totals	
Male.
Female.
12
11
16
14
30
12
32
17
40
23
45
29
28
17
37
17
20
13
9
2
17
5
5
5
6
3
4
5
2
2
308
170
Total.
23
30
42
49
63
74
45
54
33
11
22
10
9
478
Table No. 11.—Showing the Number of Attacks in those admitted from April 1st, 1921, to
March 31st, 1922.
Number of Attacks.
Male.
Female.
Total.
First	
241
40
13
3
7
4
114
37
12
1
4
2
355
77
Third	
25
Fourth    	
4
11
6
308
170
478
Table No. 12.—Showing the Alleged Duration of Attacks prior to Admission.
Duration of Attack.
Under 1 week	
From    1 week to 1 month.
to    3 months
1 „
2 „
5   „   1
10 „ 1
Over 15 years
Unknown. ..
Not insane...
years
Totals.
Male.
Female.
59
38
09
32
42
23
30
14
12
4
23
11
19
14
14
14
1
6
15
10
20
2
4
2
308
170
Total.
97
101
65
44
16
34
33
28
7
25
22
~6
478 12 Geo. 5
Statistical Tables.
Y 23
Table No. 13.—Showing Statistics of Heredity in those admitted from April 1st, 1921, to
March 31st, 1922.
Heredity.
Paternal and maternal branches
Paternal branch	
Maternal branch	
Heredity	
Heredity, inferred   	
Heredity, unknown	
Not insane	
Totals	
Male.
Female.
2
4
2
2
7
27
30
82
23
189
104
4
9
308
170
Total.
2
6
9
57
105
293
478
Table No. 14.—Showing the Alleged Cause of Attack in those admitted from April 1st,
1921, to March 31st, 1922.
Alleged Cause.
Alcohol	
Arteriosclerosis
Congenital....
Constitutional.
Drugs	
Heredity
Heredity.
Heredity.
Influenza..
Lues	
Menopause
Nephritis.
Not insane
Puberty ..
Puerperal.
Senility...
Shock ....
Syphilis ..
Traumatic
Unknown.
Worry.. ..
ascertained.
inferred
Totals .
Male.
Female.
14
1
2
4
5
1
3
19
4
27
30
6
11
82
23
2
15
11
1
4
2
2
14
33
6
1
3
5
3
1
39
15
52
37
308
170
15
6
5
4
23
57
17
105
2
15
11
1
6
2
14
39
4
5
4
54
89
478
Table No. 15.—Showing the State of Bodily Health in those admitted from April 1st, 1921,
to March 31st, 1922.
Bodily Condition.
Male.
Female.
Total.
89
59
160
308
84
26
57
3
170
173
85
217
3
Totals	
478 -. 1 ■
Y 24
Mental Hospitals.
1922
Table No. 16.—Showing the Form of Mental Disorder in those admitted from April 1st,
1921, to March 31st, 1922.
Form of Disorder.
Acute mania   	
Cerebral lues	
Dementia prsecox	
Drug addict 	
Epileptic	
General paresis	
Hallucinosis	
Hypomania	
Idiocy and imbecility.
Korsakow's psychosis .
Manic depressive	
Melancholia	
Not insane	
Paranoia    	
Puerperal	
Senile dementia	
Terminal dementia....
Toxic insanity  	
Traumatic insanity ...
Totals .
Male.
Female.
1
1
3
65
33
19
4
5
3
20
1
2
1
34
23
1
85
55
4
5
4
2
17
11
9
34
14
1
1
12
7
1
308
170
2
3
98
23
8
20
1
3
57
1
140
9
6
28
9
48
2
19
1
478
Table No. 17a.-
-Sh owing the Number allowed out on Probation and Results from April 1st,
1921, to March 31st, 1922, New. Westminster.
Results.
Discharged recovered ..
// improved ..
a unimproved
// not insane .
Returned to Hospital ..
Still out at close of year
Totals	
Male.
Female.
13
31
10
18
3
2
1
4
23
17
43
47
118
-
44
28
5
1
57
60
165
Table No. 17b.—'Showing the Number allowed out on Probation and Results from April 1st,
1921, to March 31st, 1922, Essondale.
Results.
Discharged recovered... .
a improved...
// unimproved
Returned to Hospital .
Still out at close of year
Totals	
Male.
Fe
nale.
Total.
29
29
7
1
8
9
9
25
1
26
77
2
79 '
12 Geo. 5
Statistical Tables.
Y 25
Table No. 17c.—Showing the Number allowed out on Probation and Results from April 1st,
1921, to March 31st, 1922, Saanich—Nil.
Table No. 18a.—Showing the Alleged Duration of Insanity prior to Admission in those
discharged from new westminster from april 1st, 1921, to march 31st, 1922.
Duration of Insanity.
Male.
Female.
Total.
18
30
11
8
9
2
4
5
13
1
3
7
20
4
3
3
8
4
o
3
2
2
25
50
15
„      2    ,,   3      „       	
11
„      3    „   6    ■ „	
„      6    „ 12      «       	
12
10
8
7
16
3
Totals	
104
58
162
Table No. 18b.—Showing the Alleged Duration of Insanity prior to Admission in those
discharged from essondale from april 1st, 1921, to march 31 st, 1922.
Duration of Insanity.
Less than 1 week
Less than 1 month ..
From 1 to 2 months
„ 2 „ 3 ,,
,, 3 ,i 4 „
,, 4 „ 5 „
„ 5 „ 6 „
„ 6 „ 9 ,,
» 9 „ 12 „
n    I    a  2 years.   .
Over 2 years	
Unknown	
Not insane	
Totals	
Male.
Female.
16
31
11
3
4
2
1
3
1
7
8
19
1
4
107
4
Total.
16
31
11
3
4
o
1
3
1
7
12
19
1
111
Table No. 18c.—Showing the Alleged Duration of Insanity' prior to Admission in those
discharged from saanich from april 1st, 1921, to march 31st, 1922.
Duration
of Insanity.
Male.
Female.
Total.
2
2
1
2
1
2
2
Over 3 years	
1
2
1
Totals	
8
8 Y 26
Mental Hospitals.
1922
Table No. 19a.—Showing the Length of Residence of those discharged from New
Westminster from April 1st, 1921, to March 31st, 1922.
Length of Residence.
Discharged
recovered.
Discharged
improved.
Discharged
unimproved.
Not
Insane.
,,     2 „    3       a         	
8
12
10
10
9
5
8
2
9
1
1
1
1
12
14
8
6
2
4
5
4
5
2
1
3
3
1
3
1
1
2
2
1
i
2
1
ii      3 ii    4       ii         	
a     i a    5       ii         	
1
„     6 „    9     ■«        	
„     9 a 12      n        	
a     2 n    3      a        	
„     3 ,i   4      „        	
n     5 n   6      n	
Totals	
77
66
15
4
Table No. 19b;—Showing the Length  of Residence of those discharged from  Essondale
from April 1st, 1921, to March 31st, 1922.
Length of Residence.
Discharged
recovered.
Discharged
improved.
Discharged
unimproved.
Not
Insane.
2
3
1
3
2
o
3
2
1
7
6
4
9
7
2
6
3
10
3
2
1
2
1
2
3
4
5
3
i
3
1
3
i
2
„     2 „     3     n         	
1
„     3 /,     4     n         	
„     4 «     5     n         	
n     6 a     9     „         	
„     9 a   12     n        	
„     2 „     3     ,i        	
„     3 a     4     //         	
„     4 //     5     //         	
„         On         6         „                	
„   e I,   7   a      	
Totals	
19
65
26
1
Table No. 19c.—Showing the Length of Residence of those discharged from Saanich from
April 1st, 1921, to March 31st, 1922.
Length of Residence.
Discharged
recovered.
Discharged
improved.
Discharged
unimproved.
Not
Insane.
i
i
i
i
i
,   1
„    2 a   3       ;	
„     4,/5        //      	
i
1
„        6    ,;     9            II                     	
„     9  „ 12       i,                          	
„     2 » 3     i,   .                         	
„     3 // 4     ,/   	
Totals	
4
2
2 12 Geo. 5
Statistical Tables.
Y 2?
Table No. 20a.—Record of Deaths from April 1st, 1921, to March 31st, 1922, New
Westminster.
Register
Time
in Hospital.
Initials.
Sex.
Age.
Certified Cause.
No.
45
Years.
Months.
Days.
6310
J. D. McK.
M.
7
20
Cerebral spinal syphilis.
4475
F. L. P.
F.
50
5
11
5
Acute gastro enteritis.
6788
H. McB.
F.
53
3
Hypostatic pneumonia.
6627
G. W.
M.
32
6
i4
Exhaustion of mania.
5844
J. A.
M.
15
o
2
9
Acute pneumonia phthisis.
6783
S. H. L.
M.
15
2
21
Exhaustion of mania.
6830
E. J.
F.
24
1
24
Acute pneumonia phthisis.
6881
R. C.
M.
4i»
28
Cerebral spinal syphilis.
6660
s. s.
M.
52
6
13
Exhaustion of senility.
6103
s. c.
M.
74
8
12
Hypostatic pneumonia.
6936
A. B.
M.
40
10
Hj7postatic pneumonia.
4008
M. b.
F.
47
'7
3
19
Acute pneumonia phthisis.
6564
Y. L. W.
M.
47
1
9
22
Hypostatic pneumonia.
6236
W. M.
M.
60
1
5
30
Exhaustion of senility.
6948
W. S.
M.
35
1
2
Exhaustion of general paresis.
5115
V. M. P.
V.
41
4
3
19
Pulmonary tuberculosis.
3460
A. J. B.
F.
22
8
10
3
Exhaustion of idiocy.
6928
E. M.
P.
50
2
19
Exhaustion of senility.
751
A. B
F.
62
24
4
21
Pulmonary tuberculosis.
6850
O M.
F.
54
4
10
Exhaustion of senility.
5691
E. f. H.
F.
83
2
10
8
Exhaustion of senility.
6254
B. W.
M.
35
1
7
3
Myocarditis.
6744
w. s.
M.
17
7
;
Septicaemia.
5778
R. C.
F.
49
2
7
21
Exhaustion of inanition.
6009
M. B.
F.
74
2
1
25
Exhaustion of senility.
5078
I. H.
F.
76
4
7
13
Dysentery.
5734
A. P.
F.
71 .
1
9
12
Exhaustion of senility.
3929
A. IL
F.
63
5
11
23
Acute enteritis.
6958
G D.
M.
30
2
17
Exhaustion of acute mania.
4853
M. G.
F.
82
5
3
Exhaustion of senility.
7057
H. W.
F.
70
24
Exhaustion of senility.
5956
L. M.
F.
35
2
1
Pulmonary tuberculosis.
7053
F. P.
M.
46
1
3
Exhaustion of general paresis.
6341
L. S.
F.
59
1
5
6
Carcinoma.
7059
J. S.
M.
58
1
6
Arteriosclerosis-bronchopneumonia.
5591
M. S.
F.
36
3
2
29
Acute enteritis.
6990
R. E. G.
F.
53
3
4
(Edema of the brain.
6596
F. N. F.
M.
53
1
1
Exhaustion of general paresis.
6900
A. C.
F.
74
6
5
Myocarditis.
6799
M. C.
F.
68
8
18
Pulmonary tuberculosis.
1588
R. G.
F.
86
15
11
17
Exhaustion of senility.
7125
E. J. R.
F.
64
1
Myocarditis.
7102
T. C.
M.
77
1
15
Bronchopneumonia.
7160
A. P.
F.
44
18
Acute parenchymatous, nephritis, cystitis,
lobar pneumonia.
7192
J. A.
F.
83
3
Exhaustion of senility and hypostatic
pneumonia.
6546
A. F.
F.
82
1
4
21
Lobar pneumonia.
6919
S. S.
M.
72
7
22
Exhaustion of senility.
7196
W. B.
M.
35
10
Exhaustion of acute mania.
7195
J. O.
M.
30
13
Exhaustion of acute mania.
7114
G. S.
M.
37
2
15
Exhaustion of general paresis.
6610
T. N.
F.
32
i
3
14
Lobar pneumonia.
6378
E. A. P.
F.
66
1
9
3
Exhaustion of inanition and hypostatic
pneumonia.
5675
J. M. O.
F.
56
3
3
20
Pulmonary tuberculosis.
7205
W. McL.
M.
25
11
Lobar pneumonia.
7207
N. M. B.
F.
30
16
Exhaustion of acute mania.
6038
F. G. A.
M.
4
i
6
9
Bronchopneumonia.
7216
T. U. B.
M.
57
20
Arteriosclerosis and hypostatic pneumonia.
4643
M. J. H.
F.
55
6
2
14
Exhaustion of terminal dementia.
3832
A. P.
F.
40
8
4
29
Pulmonary tuberculosis.
5570
M. S.
F.
66
3
7
17
Exhaustion of senility.
5834
L. W.
F.
23
3
7
Pulmonary tuberculosis.
7241
S. C.
F.
81
20
Myocarditis
7183
R. M. W.
M.
49
2
6
Exhaustion of acute mania. Y 28
Mental Hospitals.
Table No. 20b.—Record of Deaths from April 1st, 1921, to March 31st,  1922,  Essondale.
Time
in Hospital.
Register
Initials.
Sex.
Age.
Certified Cause.
No.
Years.
Months.
Days.
6421
L. M.
M.
25
9
20
Pulmonary tuberculosis.
6473
J. S. A.
M.
85
8
9
Myocarditis.
3087
S. L.
M.
38
9
5
28
Tuberculosis, pulmonarj7 and intestinal.
5055
G. W. F.
M.
65
4
1
18
Status epilepticus.
6740
M. F.
M.
Uuk.
2
21
Pulmonary tuberculosis.
6035
H. N.
M.
35
1
8
12
Exhaustion of general paresis.
4702
T. m.
M.
58
5
2
4
Uastro ulcer, ruptured.
5428
I). L.
M.
67
3
2
16
Exhaustion of senile dementia.
3140
J. R. M.
M.
63
9
4
20
Chronic nephritis.
6692
J. H.
M.
52
4
16
Exhaustion of general paresis.
5485
W. S. H.
M.
57
3
1
10
Exhaustion of senile dementia.
6373
C. C. S.
M.
46
1
26
Exhaustion of general paresis.
3545
F. G.
M.
64
8
4
15
Pulmo.iary tuberculosis.
6263
P.P.
M.
38
1
3
21
Pulmonary tuberculosis.
4989
W. M.
M.
55
4
5
29
Lobar pneumonia.
6577
G. R. W.
M.
73
9
15
Myocarditis and arteriosclerosis.
6456
T. C.
M.
11
1
4
Miliar}7 tuberculosis.
5041
W. B. R.
M.
85
4
5
24
Myocarditis and arteriosclerosis.
6453
C. A. M.
M.
40
1
1
2
Exhaustion of general paresis.
6679
F. H. A.
M.
50
7
16
Exhaustion of general paresis.
6781
E. S.I
M.
52
5
14
Cerebral haemorrhage.
G982
C. S.
M.
70
1
12
Exhaustion of terminal dementia.
6807
J. G. W.
,VI.
83
2
9
4
Cerebral hemorrhage.
2056
W. J. G.
M.
61
13
10
18
Chronic myocarditis and endocarditis.
6253
M. R.
F.
7
1
8
9
Exhaustion and acidosis.
6661
L. P.
M.
40
11
Exhaustion of general paresis.
7025
J. M.
M.
69
2
22
Exhaustion of general paresis.
6291
J. P.
M.
97
1
9
2
Senile exhaustion.
6337
J. C.
M.
52
1
8
10
Exhaustion of paranoia.
7073
T. E. S.
M.
62
2
6
Exhaustion of mania.
3796
O. L
M.
Unk.
8
3
14
Acute gastro enteritis.
7080
D. M.
M.
76
1
16
Acute gastro enteritis.
5822
P. H. F.
M.
41
2
9
23
Exhaustion of general paresis.
6622
C. J. T.
M.
61
1
1
26
Cerebral haemorrhage.
707
C. P.
M.
71
25
5
11
Arteriosclerotic nephritis.
108
T P.
M.
71
43
9
23  •
Exhaustion.
6557
A. W.
M.
31
1
3
23
Exhaustion of general paresis.
6908
J. D.
M.
50
7
10
Exhaustion of general paresis.
6938
R. H. N. W.
M.
31
7
2
Exhaustion of acute mania.
6745
J. F.
M.
50
1
2
Exhaustion of general paresis.
5640
C. s.     •
M.
34
3
4
18
Exhaustion of general paresis.
2414
J. C.
M.
50
12
7
•3
Exhaustion of general paresis.
7054
C. M.
M.
43
5
Pernicious anaemia.
798
— F.
M.
54
24
2
6
Bronchopneumonia.
5587
J. D.
M.
92
3
7
1
Senility and exhaustion.
7107
W. F.
M.
64
3
23
Exhaustion of paralysis agitans.
6029
E. F. D.
M.
31
2   •
7
10
Exhaustion of general paresis.
4947
C. J. L.
M.
50
5
4
25
Exhaustion of senile dementia.
6279
C. O.
M.
47
2
18
Exhaustion of general paresis.
Table No. 20c—Record of Deaths from April 1st, 1921, to March 31st, 1922, Saanich.
Register
Initials.
Sex.
Age.
Time in Hospital.
Certified Cause.
-   No.
Years.
Months.
Days.
4982
4831
J. J. M.
L La F.
M.
m.
55
33
5
5
2
27
13
Cancer of stomach.
Tuberculosis of left shoulder and spine.   12 Geo. 5
Statistical Tables.
Y 29
Table Xo. 21.—Showing the Number of Deportations effected from April 1st, 1921, to
March 31st, 1922, New Westminster, Essondale, and Saanich.
Register
No.
6718
6521
6533
5571
6243
3.>42
6848
6806
6854
4054
6905
6932
6929
3915
6983
6980
7023
7019
7040
7016
7066
7070
6970
6618
7083
7159
7146
6720
2472
6540
6312
6884
Initials.
S. D.
E. M.
L. A. A.
C. M. E.
F. M  N.
M. O'N.
D. L.
A. M. B.
A. N. V.
L. L.
C. I.
J. M.
L O.
M. R.
E. A. C.
Y. K.
H. P.
L. D.
H, D.
E. W.
C. S.
L. Q.
A. S.
M. G.
A. S.
R. S.
N. Y. W.
M. R.
I). Z.
E. W.
F. F. D.
J. C.
Sex.
Country of Origin.
England	
U.S. A   	
England	
U.S.A	
England	
France	
Ireland	
U S.A	
Ireland	
U.S.A	
England	
Finland	
England	
China  ,	
Scotland	
Newfoundland
U.S.A	
China	
England	
Newfoundland
Denmark.
Scotland	
England	
Greece	
Sweden	
Australia ....
Scotland	
Period in Canada prior,
to Admission to Hospital.
Years.
1
1
10
1
1
1
4
Months.
7
11
1
6
6
6
4
io
io
9
2
4
10
5
10
11
Days.
12
ii
10
20
27
21
12
8
23
Period in Hospital.
Years.
1
11
Months.
Days.
4
9
21
1
1
1
6
13
3
26
4
7
2
6
10
8
ii
3
2
7
12
. 7
16
1
20
3
23
3
25
7
1
21
6
7
2
7
4
19
7
20
3
11
3
2
if>
3
4
8
3
9
25
3
8
4
25 Y 30 Mental Hospitals. 1922
PART II.—FINANCIAL.
BURSAR'S REPORT.
Essondale, B.C., April 30th, 1922.
II. C. Stccves, B.A., M.D., CM.,
General Medical Superintendent, Mental Hospitals,
New Westminster, B.C.
Sir,—I beg to submit herewith balance-sheets and Profit and Loss Accounts, together with
various other financial and statistical statements, covering the fiscal year of twelve months
which closed on March 31st, 1022.
As prophesied in my last year's report to you, the reduction in cost of foodstuffs and various
other commodities is reflected in our operating expenses, and I am pleased to draw your attention
to a reduction of 12% cents in the daily maintenance cost of each patient, the daily cost now
being 80% cents, as compared with 93% cents for last year.
The gross expenditure of all Mental Hospitals totals $558,690.76, as compared to $602,825.98
for the previous year, a reduction of some $44,000.
On the other hand, there has been a falling-off in revenue of some $2,570, due chiefly to the
scarcity of employment as well as to dull times generally. The past year has, in fact, proved
an exceedingly difficult one in this respect. Never in all my experience have there been so many
appeals for consideration on account of inability to meet maintenance charges.
Close attention was given collections, and, working in co-operation with the Inspector of
Municipalities, every effort was put forth both to collect for maintenance and protect the patients'
estates.
Under the heading of " Maintenance and Repairs, etc.," a substantial reduction was made
at all institutions, due in a large measure to the reduction in cost of various materials. In the
sum total Essondale appears to have increased about $2,000, but the total of $20,252.28 included
the expenditure of $7,113.11 for the installation of a water-supply system necessitated by the
breaking of the New Westminster water-mains during the serious flooding of the Coquitlam
River, and which amount is included in the per capita cost figures shown above, although offset
to some extent by the saving made on our regular monthly water-consumption during the winter
and spring.
Capital expenditures at New Westminster Institution totalled $21,987.04, as follows:—
Completion of New Nurses' Home   $ 3,953 17
Industrial and Stores Building      15,401 23
New X-ray equipment        2,632 04
$21,9S7 04
At Essondale the capital expenditure totalled $25,140.29, as follows:—
Employees'  cottages     $ 7,312 91
Grading ground     1,544 29
New laundry machinery    7,027 14
New Are equipment  4,413 45
Preliminary work on new Acute Building  4.242 50
$25,140 29
All improvements made at Saanich Institution were paid from maintenance vote and charged
against operating expenditure under the heading of "Maintenance and Repairs Account," and a
comparison shows a reduction this year of $447.32.
The business administration under the Bursar's Department is, I am pleased to report, in
splendid shape;   accounts and books up to date and properly balanced, with smooth working
system   operating   between   ourselves   and   Provincial   Audit   Office   and  Purchasing   Agent's
Department. 12 Geo. 5 New Westminster. Y .31
In conclusion, I wish to tender to my assistants in both office and stores my appreciation
of their loyal services to the institution and their great assistance to me, and to you, sir, for
your co-operation and kindness which have made the duties o'f the office a pleasure to perform.
All of which is respectfully submitted. I have, etc.,
G. S. Macgowan,
Bursar.
PUBLIC HOSPITAL FOR THE INSANE, NEW WESTMINSTER.
Balance-sheet, March 31st, 1922.
Assets.
Land   $ 80.000 00
Cemetery    610 89
Buildings        497,060 70
Plant and equipment          17,345 82
Furniture aud fixtures          17,900 00
Inventories—
Provisions     $2,450 42
Furniture and fixtures  ...... v     4,279 93
Maintenance and repairs   .'     3,301 58
Clothing, boots, and slippers      5,366 93
Miscellaneous     41 55
 15,446 41
Deficit (cost of operations, 1921-22)        170,677 93
$799,041 75
Liabilities.
Government of British Columbia     $799,041 75
Profit and Loss, March 31st, 1922.
Salaries    :  $ 85,860 90
Office supplies            2,360 35
Travelling expenses     296 IS
Fuel, water, light, and power       26,712 36
Maintenance and repairs         10,507 17
Furniture' and fixtures            8,565 23
Provisions          51,464 33
Clothing, boots, and slippers            2,616 60
Medical and surgical supplies          2,799 47
Examinations, committals, and transportation          8,909 28
Incidentals and unforeseen         10,729 49
Patient-labour      $   1,800 00
Collections to Treasury          38,409 52
Net operating cost for year     170,677 93
$210,887 45 $210,8S7 45 Y 32
Mental Hospitals.
1921
MENTAL HOSPITAL, ESSONDALE.
Balance-sheet, March 31st, 1922.
Assets.
Land      $   111,978 13
Buildings          604,707 95
Furniture and fixtures    36,008 28
Plant and equipment    52,9§0 59
Inventories—■
Provisions     $2,705 42
Clothing        5,242 66
Furniture and fixtures      2,705 17
Coal     6,849 27
Maintenance and repairs        5,005 63
 —        22,658 15
Deficit  (cost of operations. 1921-22)        25S,6G3 44
$1,087,008 54
Liabilities.
Government of British Columbia    $1,087,008 54
Profit and Loss, March 31st, 1922.
Salaries     $115,377 91
Office supplies            2,938 02
Travelling expenses     950 70
Fuel, light, water, and power  .,      36,349 87
Maintenance and repairs         20,252 28
Furniture and fixtures         12,203 99
Provisions    '       90,03S 30
Clothing and boots '.       28.00S SS
Medical and surgical supplies     3,112 77
Examintioiis, committals, and transportation    320 95
Incidentals aud unforeseen           0,692 70
Patient-labour      $ 19,40S 00-
Collections to Treasury          43,078 91
Net operating cost for year     25S,6G3 44
$321,150 35 $321,150 35 	
12 Geo. 5 Saanich. Y 33
MENTAL HOME, SAANICH.
Balance-sheet, March 31st, 1922.
Assets.
Land  '.  $ 12,100 00
Buildings      229,705 00
Furniture and fixtures        14,048 49
Implements and live stock           3,877 40
Airing and recreation court   750 00
Inventories—
Groceries     $4S3 82
Clothing        694 40
Fuel          90 00
Miscellaneous        558 98
 1,827 20
Deficit (cost of operations, 1921-22)          43,597 31
$305,905 40
Liabilities.
Government of British Columbia    $305,905 40
Profit and Loss, March 31st, 1922.
Salaries     $ 16,608 43
Office supplies     356 43
Travelling expenses    88 09
Fuel, water, light, and power   6,634 95
Maintenance and repairs    2,S42 77
Furniture and fixtures     688 81
Provisions     12,383 94
Clothing     3,807 19
Medical and surgical    483 9S
Examinations, committals, and transportation    284 55
Incidentals   3,681 82
Collections to Treasury     $    4,263 65
Net cost of operations        43,597 31
$ 47,860 96 $ 47,860 96 Y 34
Mental Hospitals.
1922
FINANCIAL TABLES.
Table A.—Showing the Average Number of Patients in Residence each Year, the Total
Amounts spent for Maintenance, and the Gross Per Capita Cost.
Year.
1872 (81 days)	
1873	
1874	
1875	
1876	
1877  	
1878	
1879	
1880	
1881	
1882 	
1883 ■	
1884	
1885	
1886 	
1887  	
1888	
1889	
1890	
1891	
1892	
1893	
1894	
1895	
1896	
1897	
1898	
1899	
1900	
1901	
1902	
1903	
1904	
1905	
1906	
1907	
1908	
1909	
1910	
1911	
1912	
1913, M.H., New Westminster	
1913, M.H., Essondale (9 months)	
1914, M.H., New Westminster 	
1914, M.H., Essondale	
1915, M H., New Westminster	
1915, M'H., Essondale	
1916, M'H., New Westminster	
1916, M'H., Essondale	
1917, M'H., New Westminster	
1917, M'H, Essondale	
1918, M'H., New Westminster	
1918, M'H, Essondale	
1919-20, M.H., New Westminster (15 months
1919-20, M.H., Essondale (15 months)	
1919-20, M.H., Saanich (373 days)	
1920-21, M.H., New Westminster	
1920-21, M.H., ESsondale	
1920-21, M.H., Saanich	
1921-22, M.H., New Westminster	
1921-22, M.H., Essondale   	
1921-22, M.H., Saanich	
Average Number
Maintenance
Per Capita
in Residence.
Expenditure.
Cost.
16.57
$ 2,265 25
$616 00
16.07
7,841 94
487 98
16.76
8,232 41
491 20
27.42
9,892 38
360 77
36.41
12,558 18
344 91
34.61
12,917 17
373 26
36.52
13,985 05
382 93
38.17
10,253 72
268 63
45.42
10,552 18
232 32
47.18
10,691 76
226 62
47.86
11,343 65
237 02  '
48.73
11,829 11
242 75
48.70
11,843 94
243 20
54.67
15,555 87
284 54
59.11
15,334 43
259 42
73.55
15,945 22
216 70
79.43
16,261 06
204 72
71.30
15,657 79
219 60
78.78
17,577 80
223 13
119.87
21,757 03
181 50
125.24
23,518 37
187 80
133 92
25,904 98
193 36 ,
148.64
26,495 S3
178 25
162.97
31,587 89
193 83
171.43
32,001 40
186 67
188.91
36,224 76
191 75
216.53
46,420 25
214 38
226.44
54,917 45
242 52
243.24
59,349 20
244 00
269.56
55,406 08
205 54
296.62
55,345 65
186 59
332.23
59,353 57
178 65
351.55
66,052 76
187 89
340.90
63,342 07
185 80
374.57
66,596 69
177 79
419.24
74,874 64
178 59
490.80
90,269 49
183 92
526.85
96,586 32
183 32
563.33
103,900 44
184 43
641.02
126,782 50
197 78
736.72
130,924 06
177 71
550.54
119,663 71
217 36
384.07
71,079 84
184 76
487.24
125,981 45
25S 56
489.07
131.420 44
268 36
515.74
123,021 70
238 53
560.56
123,878 43
220 99
524.17
. 116,052 21
221 40
633.13
155,698 37
245 91
535.66
124,124 68
231 72
716.35
166,231 51
232 05
585 38
156,574 85
267 47
752.78
222,097 37
295 03
562.12
236,631 90
420 97
755.46
357,630 99
473 38
90.51
40,433 28
446 72
567.47
233,486 76
411 44
834.10
336,585 35
403 52
108.67
51,995 87
478 47
596.07
210,887 45
353 79
890.32
321,150 35
360 71
120.05
47,860 96
398 67 12 Geo. 5
Financial Tables.
Y 3l
Table B.—Showing Analysis of the Per Capita Cost.
Year.
Salaries.
Provisions.
Clothing.
Fuel and
Light.
Furniture.
Medicines.
Miscellaneous.
Total.
1872	
$279 38
$184 03
$55 81
$22 44
$15 55
$10 18
$49 30
$616 69
1873	
221 48
166 81
14 55
23 65
21 59
7 74
32 16
487 98
1874	
231 10
152 10
22 07
23 98
28 36
7 78
25 81
491 20
1875	
153 82
113 40
13 98
16 88
25 45
6 73
30 51
360 77
1876	
143 34
114 45
18 68
22 75
17 90
2 86
24 93
344 91
1877	
177 15
126 75
20 69
4 66
20 75
3 74
19 52
373 26
1878	
176 16
124 23
30 43
13 94
7 20
9 16
21 82
382 93
1879	
134 27
95 10
3 25
15 91
6 39
6 31
7 40
268 63
1880	
111 84
87 71
5 74
14 06
6 00
3 63
3 34
332 32
1881	
112 44
81 14
6 86
12 73
5 55
2 56
5 34
226 62
1882	
121 51
84 52
7 05
12 30
4 54
3 49
3 61
237 02
1883	
123 81
92 56
6 03
11 04
4 26
2 24
2 82
242 75
1884	
124 02
90 64
7 03
12 43
4 14
2 77
2 18
243 20
1885	
169 05
84 33
6 33
15 05
3 90
2 93
2 95
284 54
1886.	
159 03
69 35
■  5 49
16 20
3 72
1 59
4 04
259 42
1887	
127 80
59 10
5 88
15 38
3 88
93
3 81
216 78
1888	
118 34
60 47
4 41
13 90
3 11
2 09
2 40
204 72
1889	
131 70
59 11
7 20
12 93
4 13
2 07
2 46
219 60
1890	
121 54
62 77
9 02
17 31
4 00
1 29
7 19
223 12
1891	
88 35
54 79
3 83
20 43
3 40
1 89
8 81
181 50
1892	
94 25
56 74
4 69
20 53
3 35
1 80
6 42
187 80
1893	
95 50
53 55
5 43
22 60
3 39
2 69
10 20
193 36
1894	
S7 76
57 07
5 25
18 83
2 98
1 43
4 93
178 25
1895	
90 83
61 15
9 90
20 41
2 51
3 10
5 93
193 83
1896	
89 13
55 93
6 30
20 29
2 56
3 63
8 83
186 67
1897	
89 09
58 18
8 36
19 11
2 95
3 86
10 20
191 75
189S	
94 68
69 43
9 94
21 82
2 76
5 12
10 62
214 37
1899	
113 31
72 91
8 31
33 96
2 50
2 73
8 80
242 52
1900	
116 04
72 62
9 06
32 10
2 15
1 71
10 32
244 00
1901	
99 16
66 65
10 12
18 52
3 25
1 07
6 77
205 54
1902	
87 47
61 13
7 95
15 25
4 13
1 20
9 46
186 59
1903	
82 36
87 43
57 86
60 01
8 58
6 85
14 77
17 84
3 24
4 48
1 91
2 10
9 93
9 18
178 65
1904	
187 89
1905	
92 17
54 09
5 99
17 93
3 83
2 03
9 76
185 80
1906	
88 76
53 15
5 16
15 92
3 57
1 21 ■
10 02
177 79
1907	
89 18
48 47
5 81
19 82
3 02
1 57
10 72
178 59
1908	
90 93
49 17
6 61
17 63
4 56
1 79
13 23
183 92
1909	
94 27
53 41
8 16
13 02
2 78
84
10 84
183 32
1910	
95 97
48 43
7 87
21 32
2 02
1 15
7 67
184 43
1911	
97 44
58 08
9 39
18 84
1 12
1 87
11 04
197 78
1912	
78 40
58 37
10 09
19 36
1 79
1 50
10 20
177 71
1913, M.H.,
New West.
102 37
54 07
9 43
25 27
4 74
3 21
18 27
217 36
1913, M.H.,
Essondale.
93 56
49 90
5 50
25 13
55
1 02
14 10
184 76
1914, M.H.,
New West.
115 72
68 15
2 99
24 13
69
2 64
44 24
258 56
1914, M.H.,
Essondale.
113 06
81 42
15 49
28 93
4 14
1 19
24 13
268 36
1915, M.H.,
New West.
110 94
64 32
7 57
20 30
1 88
33 52
238 53
1915, M.H.,
Essondale.
95 25
62 84
9 44
24 87
1 14
56
26 89
220 99
1916, M.H.,
New West.
105 89
74 96
2 58
18 52
1 45
18 0l>
221 40
1916, M.H.,
Essondale.
89 26
75 18
17 76
26 96
4 98
42
31 35
245 91
1917, M.H.,
New West.
103 41
72 20
10 52
18 29
2 38
24 92
231 72
1917, M.H.,
Essondale.
83 57
79 98
IS 92
23 39
4 77
81.
20 61
232 05
This accounting- system discontinued in 1917, and new system installed as per Table B 1. ——
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Table D.—Summary Statement  showing the Gross and Net  Pee Capita  Cost of Insane
Patients in the Thbee Institutions.
Public Hospital for Insane, New Westminster—
Total maintenance vouchers  $212,386 09
Colony Farm Produce Account    1S,135 28
Mental Hospital, Essondale Account   75 00
March 31, 1021.  Inventory, maintenance and repairs  195 17
„         „           „           furniture and fixtures    3,015 20
„         ,,           „           provisions     3,679 11
clothing     4,924 86
„         ,,           „           miscellaneous  235 23
$242,645 94
Less Tailor Account for Essondale    $12,701 50
„    Tailor Account for Saanich         2,060 50
„    Hogman's salary, Colony Farm    660 00
„    plants, etc., for Essondale   504 30
„    provisions for Essondale   .".. 107 09
„    supplies for Colony Farm    129 69
,,    Shoemaker Account for Essondale    149 00
,,    patient-labour,  Colony Farm          1,800 00
„    March 81, 1922.    Inventory, maintenance and
repairs        3,301 58
„               „         „                 „         furniture and fixtures           4,279 93
„ „ „ „ provisions          2,456 42
clothing          5,366 93
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      33,558 49
Total, Public Hospital for Insane, New Westminster   $209,087 45
Provincial Mental Hospital, Essondale—
Total maintenance vouchers    $2S6,9S8 72
Colony Farm Produce Account    40,998 98
Colony Farm, miscellaneous    1,313 42
New Westminster Hospital, Tailor Account   12,701 50
„                        „         Shoemaker Account    149 00
,,                       ,,         miscellaneous    611 39
March 31, 1921. Inventory, fuel, water, light, and power  795 20
,i           „           maintenance and repairs   .  983 77
„           ,,           furniture and fixtures    3,360 83
„           „           provisions     2,335 50
clothing     6,798 55
$357,036 86
Less supplies to New Westminster   $      75 00
supplies to S.C.R. Department   15 00
coal to Colony Farm   2,867 74
board to farm employees   9,960 00
sundry supplies to Colony Farm  310 62
patient-labour     19,408 00
March 31, 1922.   Inventory, fuel  6,849 27
Carried forward     $39,485 63 $357,036 86 $209,087 45 ■ 1 1 ^——I r—-—■ ■—^H—■■
Y 40 Mental Hospitals. 1922
Table D.—Summary Statement showing the Gross and Net Per Capita Cost of Insane
, Patients in the Three Institutions—Continued.
Brought foncard      $39,4S5 63' $357,030 86 $209,OS7 45
Provincial Mental Hospital, Essondale—Continued.
Less March 31, 1922.   Inventory, maintenance    and
repairs          5,095 63
„               „         „            „           furniture   and   fixtures          2,765 17
„ ,, „ „ provisions          2,705 42
clothing       5,242 66
      55,294 51
Total, Provincial Mental Hospital, Essondale      301,742 35
Mental Home, Saanich—
Total maintenance vouchers    $ 47,912 89
New Westminster Institution, Tailor Account   2,060 50
Colony Farm, live stock, etc  1,122 25
March 31, 1921. ■ Inventory, furniture and fixtures  106 67
„          „           „           provisions     305 SI
clothing,  etc  596 14
„          „           „           medical and surgical    25 00
$ 52,129 26
Less March 31, 1922.   Inventory, fuel   $    90 00
„ „ „ „ provisions           483 82
clothing           694 40
„ „ ,, ,, miscellaneous           558 98
„    live stock, etc., transferred to Asset Account ...    2,441 10
 4,268 30
Total Mental Home, Saanich        47.SC0 96
Total operating expense for the three institutions,  New Westminster,  Essondale,
and  Saanich      $55S,690 76
Less collections remitted to Treasury—
Public Hospital for the Insane, New AVestminster    $3S,409 52
Provincial Mental Hospital, Essondale     43.078 91
Mental Home. Saanich         4,263 65
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Total net expense for the three institutions    $472,938 6S
Total average population for the three institutions, 1,606.45, showing a net per capita cost at
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Table E.—Expense and Revenue Statement of the New Westminster Hospital for 12 Months
ending March 31st, 1922.
Operating Expense Accounts.
Operating expenditure by voucher—
Salaries—
Medical and clerical staff  $11,918 97
Other employees        7S.202 02
 $ 90,120 99
Carried forward    $ 90.120 99
f 12 Geo. 5 Financial Tables. Y 41
Table E.—Expense and Revenue Statement of the New Westminster Hospital for 12 Months
ending March 31st, 1922—Continued.
Operating Expense Accounts—Continued.
Brought forward     $ '90,120 99
Operating expenditure by voucher—Continued.
Office supplies, etc.—
Books and journals   '.   $    433 85
Postage and office supplies         1,289 99
Telephone and telegrams    642 51
 2,360 35
Travelling expenses .-  296 IS
Fuel, water, light, and power—
Fuel  $21,389 95
Water         2,3S3 52
Light and power        2,93S 89
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Maintenance and repairs—
Repairs and renewals     $13,119 07
Janitors' supplies     983 81
 14,102 88
Furniture and fixtures—
Bedding     $ 4,635 12
Furniture and fixtures   '.      3,897 48
Miscellaneous          1,297 38
 9,829 96
Provisions—
Groceries and flour    $25,944 22
Meats    :       7,209 32
Fish          2,836 75
 35,990 29
Uniforms and clothing—
Clothing     $12,447 25
Boots and slippers         1,922 42
 14,389 07
Medical and surgical supplies—
Medicines and drugs    $ 2,310 37
Surgical instruments  483 10
 2,799 47
Examinations, committals, and transportation—
Examinations     $     839 00
Committals     40 00
Transportation     8,030 2S
        8,909 28
Incidentals and unforeseen—
Amusements     $    438 00
Gratuities     354 20
Funerals   475 00
Auto-tires  292 29
Auto-repairs     554 58
Gasolene and oils   '. 1,053 08
Tools and implements   759 66
Freight and cartage   41 72
Miscellaneous    2,920 13
 0,888 66
Total expenditure per year by voucher   $212,386 09
Carried forward     $212,386 09 Y 42 Mental Hospitals. 1922
Table E.—Expense and Revenue Statement of the New Westminster Hospital for 12 Months
ending March 31st, 1922—Continued.
Operating Expense Accounts—Continued.
Brought forward      $212,386 09
Institution Trading Accounts—
From Colony Farm—
Dairy supplies    $ 8,449 17
Meats       1,987 09
Fruits, vegetables, etc       3.945 12 -
Incidentals          3,758 90
 18,135 2S
From Mental Hospital, Essondale, sundry supplies   75 00
$230,506 37
Summary of Profit and Loss Accounts. PerOavita
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Salaries     $ 85,860 99 $144,045
Expenses—
Office supplies,  etc  2,366 35 3.970
Travelling expenses    296 IS .497
Fuel, light, water, and power   26,712 36 44.814
Maintenance and repairs    10,567 17 17.72S
Furniture and fixtures    8,565 23 14.369
Provisions     51,464 33 S6.339
Clothing, boots, and slippers  2,616 60 4.389
Medical and surgical supplies  2,709 47 4.696
Examinations, committals, and transportation     8.909 28 14.946
Incidentals and unforeseen    10,729 49 IS.000
Total gross expenditure     $210,887 45       $353,793
Less patient-labour (against market price for farm produce) ..        1,800 00 3.019
$209,087 45        $350,774
Less Revenue Account (maintenance of patients)       3S,409 52 64.43S
Net cost of patients' maintenance to Government   $170,677 93        $286,330
Remarks.
Total patients iu residence, New Westminster, March 31st, 1922     599
Daily average population, New Westminster, for year     596.07
Gross maintenance per capita cost, 1 year    $353.79
1 day    969
Net maintenance per capita cost, 1 year      286.33
1 day    7S4
Capital Expenditure.
Nurses' Home (balance)     $ 3,953 17
Industrial and Store Building      15,401 23
X-ray  equipment          2,632 64
$21,987 04 12 Geo. 5
Financial Tables.
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Table F.—Expense and Revenue Statement of the Essondale Hospital for 12 Months
ending March 31st, 1922.
Operating Expense Accounts.
Operating expenditure by voucher—
Salaries— «
Medical and clerical staff   $14,453 28
Other employees      300,924 63
  $115,377 91
Office supplies—
Books and -journals, etc   $      78 38
Postage lind office supplies       1,742 75
Telegrams and telephone         1,114 89
 2,936 02
Travelling expenses  950 70
Fuel, water, light, and power—
Fuel  $39,158 9S
Water          2,994 84
Light and power  -.       2,772 86
 44,926 68
Maintenance and repairs—
Repairs and renewals     $14,194 79
Janitors' supplies          2,429 50
New water system         7,113 11
 23,737 40
Furniture and fixtures—
Bedding     $ 3,931 12
Furniture and fixtures         5,7S8 26
, Miscellaneous          1,888 95
 11,608 33
Provisions—
Groceries and flour     $47,752 54
Meats        13,355 33
Fish        3,964 90
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Uniforms and clothing—
Clothing  $ 8,898 45
Boots and slippers         3,744 04
 12,642 49
Medical and surgical supplies—
Medicine and drugs     $ 2,146 98
Surgical instruments    965 79
        3,112 77
Examinations, committals, and transportation—
Examination    $         5 00
Transportation     321 95
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Incidentals and unforeseen—
Amusements     $    761 00
Gratuities  625 73
Funerals    780 00
Auto-tires     ;.... 276 65
Auto-repairs     278 95
Carried foncard  $ 2,722 33 $2S0,692 02 Y 44 Mental Hospitals. 1922
Table F.—Expense and Revenue Statement of the Essondale Hospital for 12 -Months
ending March 31st, 1922:—Continued.
Operating Expense Accounts—Continued.
Brought forward    $ 2,722 33 $2S0,692 02
■Operating expenditure by voucher—Continued.
Incidentals and unforeseen—Continued,
Gasolene and oils    90S 72
Tools and implements    296 14
Freight and cartage   57 52
Miscellaneous     2,311 99
 6,296 70
Total expenditure for year by voucher   $286,888 72
Institution Trading Accounts—
Colony Farm supplies—
Dairy produce     $19,725 62
Meats          5,634 24
Eggs and poultry         3,083 46
Fruit, vegetables, etc     11,323 09
Horse-labour, etc       1,232 57
Miscellaneous          1,313 42
      42,312 40
Public Hospital for Insane—
Attendants' uniforms     $ 7,470 CO
Patients' clothing       5,231 50
Boots   149 00
Miscellaneous     611 39
 13,461 81)
$342,763 01
Summary of Profit and Loss Accounts. PeirOanita
Cost.
Salaries    ,   $115,377 91 $129,591
Expenses—•
Office supplies            2,936 02 3.297
Fuel, water, light, and power         30,349 87 40.826
Travelling expenses              950 70 1.067
Maintenance and repairs         20,252 26 22,747
Furniture and fixtures  ..        12,203 99 13.707
Provisions          96,038 30 107.869
Clothing          26,908 88 30.224
Medical and surgical supplies          3,112 77 3.498
Examinations, committals, and transportation            326 95 .367
Incidentals and unforeseen         6,692 70 7.517
Total gross expenditure     $321,150 35 $380,708
Less patient-labour (against market price for farm produce)..      19,408 00 21.709
$301,742 35 $338,909
Less Revenue Account (maintenance of patients)         43.078 91 4S.385
Net cost to Government for maintenance of patients $258,663 44 $290,524 12 Geo. 5 Financial Tables. Y 45
Table F.—Expense and Revenue Statement of the Essondale Hospital for 12 Months
ending March 31st, 1922—Continued.
Remarks.
Total patients in residence, Essondale, March 31st, 1922     924
Daily average population, Essondale, for year ....'. '.....    890.32
Gross maintenance per capita cost, 1 year    $360.71
1 day    988
Net maintenance per capita cost, 1 year      290.52
1 day  .796
Capital Expenditure.
Attendants' cottages     $ 7,312 91
Acute Building    4,242 50
Grading grounds  1,544 29
New laundry machinery   7,627 14
Fire equipment   4,413 45
' $25,140 29
Table G.—Expense and Revenue Statement of the Saanich Hospital for 12 Months ending
March 31st, 1922.
Operating Expense Accounts.
Operating expenditure by voucher—
Salaries—
Medical and clerical staff   '$ 2.S20 00
Other employees         13,78S 43
  $ 16,608 43
Office supplies—
Books and journals   $      34 40
Postage aud office supplies     211 50
Telegrams and telephones     110 53
  356 43
Travelling expenses     SS 09
Fuel, water, light, and power—
Fuel    $ 5,570 91
Water     107 94
Light  and power          1,046 10
 0,724 95
Maintenance and repairs—
Repairs and renewals      $ 2,512 21
Janitors' supplies     330 56
 :        2,842 77
Furniture aud fixtures—
Bedding     $    256 95
Furniture and fixtures     58 35
Miscellaneous     266 84
  5S2 14
Provisions—
Groceries      $ 7,723 70
Meats          4,154 19
Fish  *.  684 06
 12,561 05
Carried forward    $ 39,764 76 Y 46
Mental Hospitals.
192i
Table G.—Expense and Revenue Statement of the Saanich Hospital for 12 Months ending
March 31st, 1922—Continued.
Operating Expense Accounts—-Continued.
Brought forward      $ 39,764 76
Operating expenditure by voucher—Continued.
Uniforms and clothing—
Clothing     $ 1,535 95
Boots and slippers    309 00
        1,844 95
Medical and surgical supplies—
Medicines and drugs    $    379 06
Surgical supplies   79 92
  45S 98
Examinations, committals, and transportation   284 55
Incidentals and unforeseen—
Amusements     $    223 00
Funerals   49 50
Auto-repairs     42 40
Gasolene and oils    2 05
Tools and implements  24 18
Freight and cartage     21 55
Miscellaneous          5,196 97
• 5,559 65
Total expenditure for year by voucher    $ 47,912 S9
Institution Trading Accounts—
New Westminster Hospital—Clothing and uniforms          2,080 50
Colony Farm—Sundry supplies    1,122 25
$ 51,095 04
Summary of Profit and Loss Accounts. PerCUjnita
Cost.
Salaries     $16,608 43 $138,348
Expenses—
Office  supplies     356 43 2.969
Travelling expenses     88 09 .733
Fuel, water, light, and power    6,634 95 55.268
Maintenance and repairs    2,S42 77 23.679
Furniture and fixtures    688 81 5.737
Provisions     12,383 94 103.156
Clothing     3,807 19 31.713
Medical and surgical supplies     483 98 4.031
Examinations, committals, and transportation    284 55 2.370
Incidentals and unforeseen    3,6S1 82 30.669
Total gross expenditure     $47,860 96       $398,671
Less Revenue Account (maintenance of patients)          4,263 65 35.515
Net cost to Government for maintenance of patients  $43,597 31        $303,158
•  Remarks.
Total patients in residence, March 31st, 1922   128
Daily average population for year   120,05
Gross maintenance per capita cost per year   $398.67
per day     1.092
Net maintenance per capita cost per year  363.15
„                      „         .       „       per day     .995 12 Geo. 5
Tailor's' Report.
Y 47
Revenue of Mental Hospitals since Inception.
1873  $1,440 99
1874  680 00
1875  1,342 60
1876  730 31
1877  799 91
1878  479 42
1S79  867 38
1880  1,433 04
1881  014 99
1882  505 18
1883  298 24
1884  98 35
1885	
1886  50 00
1887  720 59
1888. .  750 00
1889  220 00
1S90  599 24
1891  761 15
1892  2,418 43
1893 $ 1,585 40
1894 :.    2,709 53
1895     4,409 23
1896     3,741 71
1897....       3,816 80
1898     4,003 79
1899     4,769 04
1900     6,893 33
1901   12,800 76
1902   10,926 23
1903 ,13,639 64
1904    15,004 22
1905   16,613 18
1906    19,058 42
1907  20,753 35
1908     25,807 83
1909   25,845 65
1910  26,137 38
1911   30,100 20
1912   35,151 97
1913	
1914	
1915, New West.
1915, Essondale.
1916, New West.
1916, Kssondale.
1917, New West.
1917, Essondale.
1918, New West.
1918, Essondale.
1919-20, N. West.
1919-20, Es'ndale
1919-20, Saanich
1920-21, N. West.
1920-21, Es'ndale
1920-21, Saanich
1921-22, N. West.
1921-22, Es'ndale
1921-22, Saanich
140,756 56
42,731 83
18,046 21
16,329 72
18,135 91
21,889 74
21,435 93
25,350 09
35,169 86
32,100 14
45,921 06
53,740 40
3,215 39
38,323 55
46,418 81
3,580 31
38,409 52
43,078 91
4,263 65
7,470 00
TAILOR'S REPORT, 1921-22.
Essondale.
Uniforms—
108 suits at $55 $ 5,940 00
102 pairs pants at $15     1,530 00
 *
Clothing for patients—
226 suits at $19   $ 4,294 00
2 suits at $22   '.  44 00
52 coats at $12.50  650 00
24 cottonade coats at $3.50   84 00
15 vests at $3    45 00
7 pairs pants at $6.50  45 50
Repairs—■
2,237 coats at 50 cents  $ 1,118- 50
1,200 vests at 30 cents  362 70
3,703 pairs pants at 40 cents   1,481 20
Miscellaneous work—
18 pairs boys' pants at $2.50   $       45 00
12 chair-seats at $2   21 00
Sundry repairs, pressings, etc  35 00
        104 00
$15,698 90
Colquitz.
Uniforms—
12 suits at $55   • $    660 00
10 pairs pants at $15     ■ 150 00
 $     810 00
Carried foncard   $    810 00
5,162 50
2,062 40 Y 48 Mental Hospitals. 1922
Colquitz—Continued.
Brought forward     $    810 00
Clothing for patients—
61 coats at $12.50 i $     762 50
72 pairs pants at $6.50        488 00
     1,250 50
$ 2,060 50
New Westminster.
Uniforms—
48 suits at $55    $ 2.640 00
46 pairs pants at $15        690 00
 $ 3,330 00
Clotjiing for patients—
52 coats at $12.50  $    650 00
61 pairs pants at $6.50          396 50
7 vests at $3    21 00
     1,007 50
Miscellaneous—•
21 canvas" blankets at $7  ., $ 147 00
10 camisoles at $4  40 00
47 bed-ticks  (labour only) at 35 cents    16 45
17 pillow-ticks (lahour only)  at 10 cents   1 70
Repairs—
238 coats at 50 cents   $ 119 00
60 vests at 30 cents    IS 00
546 pairs pants at 40 cents   218 40
20 camisoles at 50 cents    10 00
35 blankets (string) at $1.50   51 00
Odd work, repairs, pressing, etc  150 OO
Statement of Tailor-shop, 1921-22.
Production—
For Mental Hospital, Essondale—
Attendants'  uniforms    $7,470 00
Patients' clothing     5,162 50
Repairs     2,962 40
Miscellaneous        104 00
 $15,698 90
For Mental Home, Saanich—
Attendants'  uniforms    $   810 00
Patients' clothing     1,250 50
     2,060 50
For Public Hospital for Insane—
Attendants'  uniforms $3,330 00
Patients' clothing  :   1,067 50
205 15
566 40
$ 5,169 05
Carried forward $4,397 50 $17,759 40   12 Geo. 5
Shoemaker's Report.
Y 49
Statement of Tailor-shop, 1921-22—Continued,
Brought forward    $4,397 50 $17,759 40
Production—Continued.
For Public Hospital for Insane—Continued.
Repairs         566 40
Miscellaneous        205 15
     5,169 05
$22,928 45
Proceeds, sale of rags   5 65
Material on hand, March 31st, 1922      3,159 73
 $26,093 83
Costs—
Material on hand, March 31st, 1921  $ 2,518 70
Salaries—
Tailor   $1,320 00
Assistant tailors    2,400 00
Seamstresses     2,435 32
     6,155 32
Electric power  $     47 50
Electric light         30 00
 77 50
Material purchased     10.056 67
 1S,S08 19
Profit on operations . .■ $ 7,285 64
SHOEMAKER'S REPORT, 1921-22.
New Westminster. •     ,
New work—
90% pairs men's boots   $   690 50
03     pairs men's slippers    '      248 00
12     pairs women's slippers    '        36 00
6     pairs women's boots           35 00
 $1,009 50
Repairs—
284 pairs men's boots   $   596 15
131 pairs women's boots         205 20
      801 35
$1,810 85
Essondale. i       i ":
New work—
6% pairs men's boots   $ 56 00
2     pairs men's slippers     8 00
7 pairs boys' hoots   45 00
8 pairs girls' boots  40 00
 $   149 00
Repairs—
453 pairs men's hoots $   SOS 05
118 pairs men's slippers      166 75
 1,059 80
$1,208 80
4 	
Y 50
Mental Hospitals.
1922
Statement of Shoemaker-shop, 1921-22.
Production—
New Westminster—
New work  $1,009 50
Repairs         801 35
 $1,810 S5
Essondale—■
New work  $   149 00
Repairs      1,059 SO
 1,208 80
Material on hand, March 31st, 1922       425 73
 $3,445 38
Costs—
Salary of shoemaker $1,320 00
Material purchased     1,844 42
Light and power         35 00
Material on hand, March 31st, 1921        137 32
 3,336 74
Profit on operations   $   108 64
PRODUCTION TABLES.
Work done by Male Patients, New Westminster, 1921-22.
Auto-truck  .
Baker	
Carpenter . .
Dining-room
Engineer ...
Days.
  363
  1.075
  4S3
  5,916
  730
Farmer    6,464
Florist   330
Gardener  2,955
Gate  346
Kitchen    2,819
Laboratory    365
Laundry     2.161
Lawns    2,291
Poultry ...
Painter ...
Piggery  ...
Plaster 	
Plumber   . .
Porter
Scullery .. .
Shoemaker
Tailor   	
Teamster   .
Wards
Cemetery   .
Days.
730
750
2,190
665
347
1,095
912
866
588
697
5.554
611
Work done by Patients, Essondale, 1921-22.
Days.
Attic     4,745
Billiard-room and basement  4,380
Bake-shop      900
Carpenter     530
Civil Engineer     655
New cottages  1,851
Coal    1,321
Colony Farm extras  923
Cement pipe     404
Cement brick  144
Days.
Grade     234
General work    1,994
Industrial School   4.032
Kitchen    3,285
Lawns    1.096
Laundry     8.400
Mason and plasterer  3.100
Painter     1.882
Piggery    1.3S7
Stable and teaming  714 12 Geo. 5
Production Tables.
Y 51
Work done by Patients, Essondale, 1921-22—Continued.
Days.
Chores    899
Dining-room      7,665
Dykes, drains, and ditches    2,755
Engineer   1,120
Farm and nursery   19,408
General parole-work    3,650
Rock and crushing
Roads   	
Tool-house   	
Water-main   (new)
Ward-work   	
Articles made by Female Patients, New Westminster, 1921-22.
Aprons 	
Blouses   	
Chemises   	
Curtains, pairs . .
Dresses, gingham
„      night    ..
Handkerchiefs ...
Neckties   	
Mats, rag 	
Petticoats 	
200
288
56
113
54
330
364
8
55
Sheets   	
Table-cloths . .
Roller-towels .
Tea-towels . ..
Tray-cloths .. .
Table-napkins
Pillow-slips . .
Pillow-shams .
Hand-towels ..
Days.
1,238
59
299
1,339
44,165
676
72
211
88
223
66
342
15
36
Aprons
Caps ..
Articles made for Nurses, New Westminster, 1921-22.
        159       Cuffs, pairs  	
  77       Dresses  	
Articles made for Essondale at New Westminster, 1921-22.
Aprons, kitchen
Caps, cook ....
Curtains, pairs
12
6
20
Pillow-slips
Sheets  	
Table-cloths
Mending done for Female Patients, New Westminster, 1921-22.
        239       Sheets   	
Skirts   	
Spreads 	
Table-cloths
Bath-towels   .
Roller-towels
Bed-ticks    . ..
Pillow-ticks  .
Undervests  ..
Aprons   	
Blankets, wool    285
Blouses     259
Chemises   1,001
Drawers, pairs    1,892
Dresses, gingham   1,729
„       serge   512
night  ,  907
Hose, pairs  4.346
Pillow-slips     164
Mending done for Male Patients, New Westminster, 1921-22.
Aprons      190
Blankets, wool    274
Drawers, pairs  2,641
Pillow-slips     118
Sheets    1,180
Top shirts    2,152
Undershirts    2,420
Socks, pairs   11,660
Spreads    402
Table-cloths .
Bath-towels .
Roller-towels
Bed-ticks ...
Pillow-ticks .
Coats, white
Sweaters
Overalls
Aprons
Mending done for Nurses, New Westmister, 1921-22.
        249       Dresses   	
91
40
669
191
107
1,182
1,953
316
207
50
37
140
6
1,911
153
239
87
95
39
77
14
56
173 Y 52
Mental Hospitals.
1922
SUPPLIES, NEW WESTMINSTER.
Fruit put up, 1921-22.
Apple jelly	
Red-currant jelly
Cherries	
Strawberries  	
Rhubarb   	
Quarts. Quarts.
. .  40       Gooseberries    30
.. 25       Raspberries      25
. .  52       Red currants      36
..  40       Plums   '   72
.. 90       Pears     22
Pickles put up, 1921-22.
Tomato
Quarts.
   80
Supplies received from Home Farmer, 1921-22.
Dressed chicken, lb  292%
Dressed duck, lb  330%
Dressed pork, lb..   10,956
Fresh eggs, doz     1,164
Garden Produce, 1921-22.
Fruit,
Apples    4,102 lb.
Cherries         125   „
Strawberries         761   „
Raspberries        204 lb.
Gooseberries         386   „
Plums         550   „
Vegetables.
Beets      2,307 lb.
Beans, green  106  „
Chard '  1,434   „
Carrots   5,540   „
Cabbage    18,874   „
Cauliflower  . .
Celery   	
Corn,  green   .
Cucumbers   ..
Lettuce   	
Onions, green
60   „
40 heads.
930 doz.
55    „.
305 heads.
484 lb.
Onions, cooking  2.
Parsnips   6.
Parsley   	
Peas, green	
Potatoes, early  1.
late    13;
Rhubarb   4,
Tomatoes, ripe	
,,         green   1
Turnips  1
Vegetable marrow     1,
524
,000
34
70
.176
,780
,542
,265
,078
.601
lb.
bunches.
lb.
SUPPLIES, SAANICH.
Farm and Garden Produce, Mental Home, Colquitz, 1921-22.
Vegetables and Feed.
Apples     1,342 lb.
Beans, broad     55
„     dwarf    440
Cabbage   2,6S7
red     15S
Carrots   13,691
Cauliflower  579 heads.
Citrons    66 lb.
Corn,  sweet     1,025 ears.
Crabs   '.  143 lb.
Celery    270 heads.
Cucumbers     77
Kale    230 lb.
Lettuce   2,180 heads.
Onions, dry  2,355 lb.
Parsnips   3,115   „
Peas, green   362  „
Pears     164   „
Potatoes    42,561   „
Rhubarb  1,115   „
Radishes    373 bunches.
Raspberries  49 lb.
Swiss chard    350   „
Tomatoes  751   ,,
Turnips, white   135   „
swede      3,049   „
Black-caps    37   „
Beets     1,821   „   12 Geo. 5
Supplies, Saanich.
Y 53
Farm and Garden Produce, Mental Home, Colquitz, 1921-22—Continued.
Vegetables and Feed—Continued.
Leeks  	
Melons   	
Marrows   	
Onions, green	
Seeds, miscellaneous
,,     potatoes  	
Manure  	
Fertilizer, patent ...
223 bunches.   Hay, oat   30,000 lb.
20
59
636 bunches
 $    45 90
        60 00
      164 00
        S6 50
Profit    1.402 46
$1,758 86
„     timothy        4,000  „
Roots      30,000   „
By Vegetables and feed $1,758 86
$1,758 86
Maintenance    $   631 00
Profit        470 S6
Dairy (Jf Cows).
Milk produced, 31,803.7 lb $1,101 86
$1,101 86 $1,101 86
By Profit, milk  $470 86
Heifer calves to Colony Farm, 2 at $100  200 00
Total profit   -. $670 86
Piggery.
Maintenance  $45S 65       Dressed pork  $619 44
Profit     346 39       Increase stock     185 60
$805 04
$805 04
Ch Ickens.
Maintenance   $209 70       Eggs and poultry
Profit     287 04       Increase stock ...
$496 74
.$412 99
.    83 75
$496 74
Eggs, 692M/12 dozen;   dressed fowl, 220 lb.
Rabbits.
Maintenance  $103 50       Dressed rabbit
Pl'ofit   ■ •   187 90       Increase stock
$291 40
.$224 90
.    66 50
$291 40
Summary.
To Profit, vegetables and feed  $1,402 46
»        dail'y      670 S6
"       P^el'y       346 39
„       chickens         287 04
rabbits
187 90
Total profit $2,894 65
N.B.—All prices are based on wholesale market value on day of consumption. Y 54
Mental Hospitals.
1922
PART III.-COLONY FARM.
FARM SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT.
Essondale, B.C., March 31st, 1922.
Dr. H. C. Steeves, B.A., M.D., CM.,
General Medical Superintendent, Public Hospital for Insane,
Nero Westminster, B.C.
Sir,—I have the honour to submit herewith report on Colony Farm operations for the twelve
months ending March 31st, 1922.
A number of factors contributed to make this season one of the least profitable that the
farming community in this Province has ever experienced, and this farm was singularly
unfortunate, in that it was completely inundated during the heavy rains in'October last when
the City of Coquitlam was flooded and the Canadian Pacific Railway and traffic bridges washed
out. ^
As a result of prompt action on the part of the staff, not a head of live stock was lost, but
the damage to other property was necessarily considerable. The bridge that connected the home
farm with the Wilson Annex was -washed out shortly after it had been repaired at a cost of
some $1,000. It has since been replaced by a new bridge at a cost of $7,571.89. Roads, sidewalks,
fences, and small bridges were badly damaged and considerable expense was incurred in repairing
them. The dykes were badly damaged and required a great deal of work to put them into shape.
Nearly a mile of dyke was raised from 1 to 3 feet.
Crops were on the whole fairly satisfactory. In the course of the system of rotation which
we practise it was necessary to sow oats on land which was not, to the best degree, adapted for
them, so that the yield was less than has been usual. Potatoes were a very good crop, but some
70 tons were lost and the keeping qualities of others impaired as a result of the flood.
A considerable loss was suffered through shrinkage and rot, but it is hoped that this will
be eliminated for the future, as adequate storage facilities have now been provided.
The chief loss was entailed in writing down live-stock inventories to present market prices.
It is a matter of common knowledge that all live stock depreciated in value at least 40 per cent,
during the year, so that the loss from this source alone was very heavy. All values shown m
the inventories at this date are conservatively based on ruling market prices. Another source
of loss was the very low prices which have obtained on all farm products. While the prices
of "feed have ruled somewhat lower, they have not fallen to the extent that dairy products have.
Good progress has been made on development-work, and some 10,000 feet of new ditches
were dug during the year and all the dykes and dyke fences cleared of superfluous growth.
The force of work-horses is equal in number to that of last year, but it now includes some
young mares which are also used as brood mares. The exclusively brood mares (seven in
number) were transferred to the University of British Columbia as a/free gift.
The size of the herd of cattle has been maintained during the year, and I am pleased to
report a decided improvement in its general health and condition. Over 821,000 lb. of milk were
produced, which is an increase of some 91,000 lb. over the previous year. The Bang herd which
we maintained for the offspring produce was destroyed in August last. This entailed a considerable loss, but has made possible the accreditization of our herd, which we hope will be complete
on the next test. No females were disposed of, but a considerable number of young sires were
sold to dairymen in the Province at an average price of $232.50, which was in keeping with the
market tendency. Two young sires were sold without the Province at an average price of $400.
The entire herd is now practically our own breeding, including the four herd sires.
The usual small flock of sheep has been maintained, but conditions do not permit us to keep
a sufficient number to supply the institutions with all the mutton they require.
The usual number of hogs has been kept for the consumption of garbage from the institutions. This food, slightly supplemented, has kept the institutions supplied with fresh pork.
All the hogs used were bred on the place. This department offers excellent opportunities for
future development. ;
12 Geo. 5 Colony Farm. Y 55
The Poultry Department gave very unsatisfactory results for the year and steps are being
taken to put this department in such a position' that it will produce a sufficient quantity of
eggs and meat of the quality required by the institutions.
We have continued to maintain a very considerable nursery of ornamental shrubs and trees.
This is some 12 acres in extent, and, while we distribute a large quantity of stock to various
institutions and schools throughout the Province, the caring for this large nursery occupies so
much of the time of the two paid men that it has militated against the production of early
vegetables for your institutions. On account of frosts and the late spring the crop of apples
and small fruits was decidedly under the average. The production of early vegetables will be
developed to a much greater extent for another year.
I am glad to be able to report that, on resuming the position of Farm Superintendent in
September last, I found the farm in excellent shape and the work being most efficiently carried
on by the Acting-Superintendent, Mr. R. Gardner.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
P. H. Moore,
Farm Superintendent.       '
BURSAR'S REPORT.
Essondale, B.C., July 24th, 1922.
II. C. Steeves, B.A., M.D., CM.,
General Medical Superintendent, Mental Hospitals,
New Westminster, B.C
Sir,—In reviewing the Profit and Loss Account and other financial statements covering
operations on Colony Farm for the fiscal year ending March 31st, 1922, I wish to point out
certain losses which are responsible for the unfavourable showing of last year.
On Mature Cows Account alone, over $11,000 was written off, $7,321 of which was on account
of revaluation of stock under that heading, and practically the balance was made up of matured
cows known as the T.B. or Bang herd, which was destroyed, the elimination of which placed
Colony Farm in the accredited-herd class.
In the Bull Department a heavy loss was sustained by destroying " Aaggie Cornucopia
Newman," who for some time past was held with the quarantine herd. There was also a good
sum written off the other animals by Superintendent Moore.
Under Work-horse Department the sum of $1,215 was written off in revaluation, while other
losses were made by. death or disposing of horses, which in the judgment of the farm authorities
should be sold even at a loss on account of age or deformation.
Shrinkage and Rot Account is responsible for the loss of $5,7S1.37, which was more than
double that of the previous year, but this is largely due to the Coquitlam flood, which impaired
the keeping qualities of the vegetables and roots, as stated by the Farm Superintendent. As the
result of the flood and the shrinkage our potato-supply ran very close this summer.
On the profit side of the ledger a reasonable sum was made in the dairy and herd, amounting
to $2,275.58, which produced milk at 41% cents per gallon.
Work-horses show a profit of $4,772.22 this year, against $3,907.03 last year, an increase of
$S65.19, while the cost per horse-hour was reduced from 39 cents last year to 36% cents this
year, on a work production of 3,584.44 hours of team-labour.
Truck-garden and nursery shows a profit of $1,871.44 for the year, as compared with
$3,172.02 for the former year, a reduction of $1,301.48.
In Crops Department a profit of over $9,215.25 was made under various headings, principal
' crop of which was potatoes, which produced less per ton and cost more per ton in comparison
with the former year. The acreage for potatoes this year was 36.80, compared with 46.73 last
year.
The heaviest operating account of the farm, however, is under the heading of " Maintenance,
Repairs, and Administration." This included salaries of officials and all vouchers for material
of all descriptions for upkeep and repairs in general, together with fuel, board of employees,
horse-labour, etc.
The flood again was responsible here for the large increase over former years' expenditure,
as replacements of roads, dykes, sidewalks, fences, etc., were necessary, while painting and
repairs of innumerable other fixtures was done, such as drying and rewinding motors in pump- Y 56
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house, renewing telephone and fire-alarm wiring, etc. In fact, the flood damage is very hard to
estimate, but undoubtedly has proved costly and reflects itself iu our operation statement for
the year under review7.
All of which is respectfully submitted. G. S. Macgowan,
Bursar.
BALANCE-SHEET, COLONY FARM AND BRANCHES.
April 1st, 1921, to March 31st, 1922.
Assets.
Land Account— .
ASSGlS
Colony Farm     $156,S07 26
. Wilson Annex         54,253 60
 : $211,080 86
Buildings     174,557 73
Water system          4,311 25
Bridge         7,571 89
Fencing, pavement, etc       57,008 S2
Equipment         23,781 25
Live stock—
Bulls, as per inventory  $ 1,500 00
Cows, as per inventory       29,553 72
Young cattle, as per inventory        6,662 11
Stallions, as per inventory    500 00
Work-horses, as per inventory         5,900 00
Young horses, as per inventory        2,182 47
Sheep, as per inventory  :       1,496 50
Hogs, as per inventory        3.638 OS
Poultry, as per inventory       1,493 54
Sundry inventories—  52,926 42
Poultry-feed     $      38 50
Feed          9,662 82
Gasolene     67 15
Cream     5 40
Nursery and truck-garden     44,264 25
Accounts receivable—       54,038 12
Boys' Industrial School     $    179 86
Sundry accounts receivable    832 35
Sundry notes receivable   800 00
 1,812 21
Growing Crops Apportionment Account         6,072 71
Liabilities.
Suspense Account	
Uphill Account	
Surplus Account    $741,172 41
Loss to March 31st, 1921   $30,776 13
Loss Account, Sunbury       9,655 60
 .—     40,431 73
$700,740 68
Loss for year ending March 31st, 1922       32,884 88
$667,855 SO
Less Patient-labour Account        75,138 00
Liabilities.
183 48
239 98
592.717 SO
$593,141 26 $593,141 26 ■
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1922
DAIRY AND HERDS DEPARTMENT.
Profit and Loss Account, March 31st, 1922.
Expenses.
Total expenses for 12 months   $34,204 68
March 31st, 1921.    Inventory    19 45
 $ 34,224 13
Production.
Dairy produce supplied institutions     $36,276 44
Prize-money received from associations   217 87
March 31st, 1922.    Inventory    5 40
 36,499 71
Profit in dairy, 12 months    $    2,275 58
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Production and Costs Account, March 31st, 1922.
■Dnirv  ' Production.
A   ■> Lb. Milk.
Salaries and upkeep    $3,262 31
Coal        1,189 11
 1— $ 4,451 42
Test-cows—
Salaries and upkeep     $2,871 85
Board of employees        1,552 00
Feed       7,343 51
Sundries     2 10
    11,769 46      209,610.7
General herd—
Salaries and upkeep    $4,543 SO   .
Peed        9,396 67
Board of employees      1,838 00
Pasturage           578 00
Horse-labour           355 50
     16,711 97      52S.276.S
T.B. herd-
Salaries and upkeep     $   302 57
Board of employees         144 00
Peed       1,336 20
Sundries     So 00
 1,867 83        23,334.2
$34,800 68
Less allowance for manure    596 00
$34,204 68
March 31st, 1921.   Inventory       ■    19 45
$34,224 13      821,251.7
Milk Production, March 31st, 1922.
1921. Production. Cogt
April     67,053.0 $ 3,763 92
May     73,073.3 2.0S1 07
June     66,436.0 2,575 26
July     72,142.5 2,614 00
August    70,879.0 2.849 40
Carried forward   349,5S3.S $13,SS3 65 12 Geo. 5
Colony Farm.
Y 59
DAIRY AND HERDS DEPARTMENT—Continued.
Milk Production, March 31st, 1922—Continued.
-iqo-i Production.
1-!Z1-                                                                                                                                           Lb. Cost
Brought forward     349,583.8 $13,SS3 65
September       62,424.1 2,475 90
October        64,182.3 2,588 73
November        63,651.8 3.10S 52
December        65,543.2 2,992 89
1922.
January     73,154.9 3,134 63
February       66,136.9 3.205 09
March        70,574.7 2,815 24
Totals      821,251.7 $34,204 68
Average cost of production, 41% cents per gallon.
BELL DEPARTMENT.
Profit and Loss Account, March 31st, 1922.
Name of Animal.
Colony McKinley Segis de Kol	
Aaggie Cornucopia Newman	
Colony Perfection Valdessa (half-interest)	
Depreciation account, Colony Prince Posch Paul.
Loss.
Asset Value.
$   250 00
1,000 00
109 65
550 00
,909 65
60 00
,849 65
Selling-price.
$60 00
§60 00
Remarks.
Slaughtered.
Butchered.
Died.
Bull Service Account—Profit and Loss Account, March 31st, 1922.
Receipts.
H. Gowan
$5 00 	
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MATURE COW DEPARTMENT.
Profit and Loss Account, March 31st, 1922.
Name of Animal.
1921.
April 30.  Colony Grebegga McKinley.
May
June
2   Koba de Kol.
10. Zarilda Clothilde 3rd de Kol.
11. Colony Belle Valdessa.
Aug.     8.  Colony Jemima Wayne	
Colony Princess Korndyke	
Colony Alma Segis	
Colony McKinley Canary	
Colony Lady Aaggie Newman...
Colony Aaggie McKinley	
Colony Vrouka Pride	
Colony Marie Jensen   McKinley.
Colony Sylvia Newman	
Dec.    12.  Colony Beets Cornucopia	
Colony Wimple Westport Posch.
2 hides sold J. Leckie Co	
Dec.    22.  Pearl Meehthilde of Beaverland .
Colony Natalie McKinley	
Dec.    28.  Colony Sena Newman	
Colony Alma Korndvke	
. 1922.
Feb.     (
S. C. P. Rag Apple Lottie	
Colony Lakeside McKinley	
Colony Beets Segis	
Swift Canadian Co. (cost of killing)	
Loss on revaluation of herd by Farm Superintendent..
Los3.
Asset Value.
Selling-price.
Remarks.
$    300 00
$96 46
Butchered.
200 00
Destroyed.
125 00
Died.
393 85
„
125 00
Destroyed.
100 00
/,
100 00
it
125 00
a
125 00
„
125 00
„
125 00
„
125 00
„
125 00
i,
175 00
57 75
Butchered.
200 00
'    82 50
6 55
//
300 00
Died.
450 60
54 45
Butchered.
200 00
73 00
„
300 00
56 10
//
275 00
Died.
450 00
„
150 00
50 00
Butchered.
9 70
7,321 66
$11,925 81
$476 81
476 81
$11,449 00
Abstract of Loss.
Deaths and destroyed ..
Loss on cows butchered
Loss on revaluation   ...
$ 2,818 85
1,308 49
7,321 66
$11,449 00 12 Geo. 5
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Y 61
YOUNG CATTLE DEPARTMENT.
Profit and Loss Account, March 31st, 1922.
Name of Animal.
1921.
April 30.
May    31.
July   31.
Oct,      6.
Oct.     14.
Oct.
It
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24
14
24
Oct.
Nov.
31.
7.
Dec.
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22
1922.
Jan.
Feb.
31
4
6
28
Mar.
P,
23
Mar.
31.
Colony Pietje Ormsby	
Colony Beaverland Prince	
Colony Albino Posch	
Colony Chief Champion	
Colony Schuilling Ormsby	
Colony Major Newman	
Colony Mercedes Newman	
Colony Lord Aaggie Champion
Colony Bos McKinley	
Colony Sir Albert McKinley...
Colony Zarilda McKinley	
Colony Meehthilde Ormsby....
Colony John McKinley	
Colony Fayne McKinley	
Colony Cornelias Posch	
Colony Ormsby Posch	
Colony Admiral Newman	
Colony Hector P ,sch	
Colony Champion Posch	
Colony Emperor Posch	
Colony Mercena Posch	
Colony Sadie Vale Champion .
Colony Prince McKinley	
Colony Colanthus Newman. ...
Colony Tensen Count	
Colony Modi-ration Newman...
Colony DeKol Count	
Colony Lakeside Count	
13 hides sold J. Leckie & Co. . .
Colony Lakeside Posch	
Colony McKinley Perfection...
Colony Sir McKinley Newman.
Colony Sadie Vale Newman ..
Colony Yvonne McKinley	
Colony Aldyke McKinley	
Colony Westport Posch	
Colony Friend McKinley	
Colony Lord Posch	
Colony Faforit Boy Posch	
Colony McKinley Count	
Colon}7 Herbert Newman	
Colony Finerne Posch	
Colony Lad Newman	
Colony Posch Champion  	
Deposit Account, C>1. Posch Champion II..
Freight Account, Colony Lord Posch	
Expenses Account, Colony Lord Posch. ..   .
Loss.
$ 13
20
27
159
228
188
229
263
72
24
13
6
22
103
85
48
27
36
24
12
9
228
170
164
15
142
6
1
140
205
177
94
448
86
79
72
39
69
73
20
91
45
84
80
90
68
36
1-2
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36
48
32
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12
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24
16
20
88
08
00
87
18
62
80
72
288 20
121 25
154 90
198 70
107 76
111 20
17 37
13 90
6 95
337 07
92 50
46 76
.$4,910 83
4,560 44
350 39
Selling-price.
$4,560 44
Remarks.
? 17 60
Butchered.
18 70
//
18 70
//
56 98
„
57 12
„
200 00
Sold.
150 00
i/
700 00
„
100 00
„
12 00
Butchered.
Died.
11 70
Butchered.
16 35
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46 50
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37 50
„
19 50
a
18 00
„
19 50
„
16 50
„
16 50
a
15 75
„
89 60
„
71 40
a
65 80
„
15 00
a
63 70
a
10 80
,,
Died.
16 17
200 00
Sold.
36 30
Butchered.
36 30
„
150 00
Sold.
52 40
Butchered.
200 00
Sold.
250 00
„
200 00
„
500 00
Traded.
400 00
Sold.
175 00
„
8 74
Butchered.
11 59
„
8 74
„
400 00
Transferred
50 00
S ld.
Abstract of Loss.
Deaths  	
Losses on cattle butchered and destroyed 	
Profits on sales
Loss  ..
$ 14 80
1,562 29
$1,577 09
1,226 70
$ 350 39 Y 62
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1922
YOUNG HORSE DEPARTMENT.
Profit and Loss Account, March 31st, 1922.
Name of Animal. Asset
Colony Lady Pride (written-off value on transfer to work-horses)      $403 16
Colony Lady Dunure (written-off value on transfer to work-horses)        432 47
$835 63
STALLION DEPARTMENT.
Colony Everlasting Favourite (written-off value)     $500 00
WORK-HORSE DEPARTMENT.
Sales and Deaths Account, March 31st, 1922.
Name of Animal.
Asset Value.
Selling-price.
Remarks.
1922.
Feb.     6.  Prince	
Belle	
Doll	
Written off on revaluation by Farm Superintendent
$   180 00
350 00
175 00
200 00
1,215 00
$115 00
75 01)
35 00
Died.
Sold.
$2,120 00
225 00
$225 00
$1,895 00
Profit and Loss Account, March 31st, 1022.
Expenses.
Salaries and upkeep   $0,629 S3
Feed for horses    5,422 87
Board of employees    2,509 50
Sundries    77 00
$14,639 20
Less allowance for manure     $   192 00
„    teamsters' salaries reversed           917 42
„    blacksmith-work for public works         380 00
1,489 42
$13,149 7S
Returns.
Horse-labour charged to Crop and other departments at 50 cents per one horse-hour..  $17,922 00
Profit
4,772 22
Note.—Against outlay of $13,149.78, 35,844 hours of team-labour were performed at a cost
of 36% cents per one horse-hour. 12 Geo. 5
Colony Farm.
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WORK-HORSE DEPARTMENT—Continued.
Horse-labour performed, March 31st, 1922.
1921.                                                                                                                                    Hours. Cost.
April        3,733y2 $ 1,512 84
May       3.628 1.366 20
June     2,994 1.209 35
July     3,001% 1,103 76
August        3,172y2 1,103 03
September        3,044 1,052 85
October       2,643 1,158 17
November  ,     2,669y2 1,251 23
December       2,315 1,216 78
1922.
January        2,425 1,123 10
February        2.470 1,203 47
March        3,74S 1,146 42
35,844 $14,447 20
Less blacksmith-work, etc       1,297 42
Cost     $13,149 78
Cost, 36% cents per hour on basis of one horse-hour.
SHEEP DEPARTMENT.
Profit and Loss Account, March 31st, 1922.
Receipts.
By Sales—
I ram, J. Fraser Co   $    75 00
130 pelts, W. Jones   39 06
34 pelts, A. Ferriek   11 90
B.C. Wool-growers' Association, settlement    44 47
2,469 lb. lamb and mutton supplied Mental Hospital   367 86
  $   53S 29
Inventory, March 31, 1922—
25 aged ewes, pure-bred      $   437 50
II shearling ewes, pure-bred          154 00
4 shearling rams, pure-bred         100 00
3 2-year-old rams, pure-bred   90 00
1 aged ram, pure-bred   75 00
42 aged ewes, grade          420 00
19 shearling ewes, grade         190 CO
4 shearling wethers, grade   30 00
 1,496 50
 $ 2,034 79
Expenses.
Vouchers      $    65 39
Feed          506 14
Horse-labour     3 00
Pasturage          201 25     '
  $   775 78
Carried forward      $   775 78 $ 2,034 79 Y 61
Mental Hospitals.
SHEEP DEPARTMENT—Continued.
Profit and Loss Account—Continued.
Expenses—Continued.
Brought  forward   $   775 7S $ 2,034 79
Inventory, March 31, 1921—
26 aged ewes, pure-bred     $   650 00
12 shearling ewes, pure-bred          240 00
1 aged ram, pure-bred          100 00
7 shearling rams, pure-bred          140 00
36 aged ewes, grade        540 00
11 shearling ewes, grade         187 00
3 shearling wethers, grade    54 00
 1,911 00
      2.0S6 7S
Loss    $     651 99
HOG DEPARTMENT.
Profit and Loss Account, March 31st, 1922.
Receipts.
By Sales-
Live hogs, 6 head    $   311 00
11,224 lb. pork to New Westminster Hospital       1,-893 04
25,758 lb. pork to Essondale Hospital      4,020 90
Inventory, March 31, 1922— $0,224 94
Essondale, 76 hogs, 12,226 lb   $   97S 08
New Westminster—
20 hogs, 1 year old         400 00
20     „      10 months old        300 00
8 „       7 „ -                120 00
IS     „        6 „         270 00
'19     „        3 „        190 00
10 „        4 weeks old  50 00
11 „        3 „   55 00
30     „        2 „  ;         150 00
9 „        1 week old     35 00
22 brood sows          990 00
2 boars           100 00
 3,63S OS
 $ 9.S63 02
Expenses.
Boar purchased from Agassiz    $     15 00
Salaries        1,027 60
Feed        2,758 75
Horse-labour           598 50
Coal     54 00
Inventory, March 31, 1921—   $4,451 85
Essondale  $   864 95
New Westminster     4,800 00
 5,464 95
      9,916 80
Loss      $       53 78 12 Geo. 5
Colony Farm.
Y 65
HOG DEPARTMENT— Continued.
Essondale Institution—Pork supplied by Colony Farm, March 31st, 1922.
8 hogs, 1,824 lb. at 20-21 cents   $    373 86
9 „      2,271      „     18-20     „        431 40
5     „      1,470      „     14-1S       228 64
5 „      1,624      „     14-17     „        245 77
6 „      2,070      „     19           „        409 73
6     „      1,827      „     18-20     „        349 50
6     „      1,831      „     16-18     „        299 60
5 „      1,632      „     14-17     „        247 64
6 „      1,648      „    13-14     „      -  222 53
9     „     2,479     „     14          „       347 08
7 „      1,550      „     15-16     „       240 89
13     „      3,900     „     09          „     (live) '  35100
8 „      1,632     „     16-17    „       273 28
Total  (25,75S lb.)     $ 4,020 90
ew Westminster Institution—Pork supplied by Colony Farm, March 31st, 1922.
4 hogs,    601 lb. at 21       cents   $     126 21
5 „        808     „    10           „        153 52
4     „         S10      „     14-18       129 66
4 „         802      „     17           „        136 34
5 „      1,04S      „     20           „        209 80
4 „        965      „     18-20     „       183 35
5 „     1,254     „     16-18     „       200 64
4    „      1,110     „    18-17     „       178 56
4 „        896     „     13-14     „  125 44
5 „      1,134      „     14           ,  158 76
4    „        87S     „     16          „       140 48
4     „         912      „     16-17     „  150 48
Total   (11,224 lb.)     $ 1,893 04
1921.
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POULTRY DEPARTMENT.
Profit and Loss Account, March 31st, 1922.
Receipts.
6,187 dozen eggs supplied Mental Hospital, Essondale  $2,142 22
2,333 lb. dressed poultry supplied Mental Hospital, Essondale .. 930 74
42 lb. feathers supplied Mental Hospital, Essondale  10 50
20 dozen setting-eggs supplied New Westminster Hospital .... 20 00
 $3,103 46
Inventory, March 31, 1922—
399 Leghorn pullets  $  798 00
230        „        hens     345 00
56 Rhode Island Red pullets   140 00
40            „            „        hens     60 OO
Carried forward   $1,343 OO $3,103 46
4 Mental Hospitals.
1922
POULTRY DEPARTMENT—Continued.
Profit and Loss Account—Continued.
Receipts—Continued.
Brought  forward      $1,343 00 $ 3,103 46
Inventory—Continued.
12 cockerels     24 00
50 baby chicks  36 00
261 „   78 30
51 dozen eggs     12 24
    1,493 54
Feed, etc         38 50
 $ 4.635 50
Expenses.
Salaries, etc  $  731 40
Feed       1,789 13
Horse-labour           300 00
Coal           114 00
  $2,934 53 *
Inventory, March 31, 1921   $1,872 59
feed           140 47
 2,013 06
       4.947 59
Loss      $     312 09
TRUCK-GARDEN AND NURSERY.
Profit and Loss Account, March 31st, 1922.
Receipts.
Potato-seed supplied farm   $     814 25
sold     37 50
Hog and cattle feed         S16 56
Shrubs, etc., to public institutions  .    2,360 95
Mental Home, Saanich    66 25
Colony Farm           511 10
Sundry sales  59 79
Produce supplied institutions     10,494 19
Shrinkage and rot of potatoes       1,2C0 00
  $16,360 59
Inventory, March 31, 1922—
Nursery stock, etc $40,134 50
Vegetables in storage     4,129 75
     44,264 25
  $60,024 84
Exp'enses.
Salaries and upkeep $ 2,9S0 23
Board of employees         666 00
Horse-labour, etc '     2,972 35
Sundries     22 95
 :  $ 6,641 53
Carried- forward  $ 6,641 53 $60,624 S4 12 Geo. 5 Colony Farm. Y 67
TRUCK-GARDEN AND NURSERY—Continued.
Profit and Loss Account—Continued.
Expenses—Continued.
Brought forward   $ 6,641 53 $60,624 84
Crops from farm to nursery for distribution—
Potatoes, 411,800 lb $ 4,529 80
Onions, 2,350 lb        170 62
      4,700 42
Inventory, March 31, 1921—
Nursery stock, etc $39,203 00
Vegetables in storage     8,207 85
    47,411 45
    58,753 40
Profit      $ 1|871 44
CROP DEPARTMENT.
Potatoes—Profit and Loss Account, March 31st, 1922.
Production. I
By yield of crop, 1,026,500 lb   $11,264 72
Expenses.
To Manuring     $   760 50
Ploughing    i        633 55
Seed           995 85
Fertilizer  • •    1.417 42
Disking           424 60
Cultivating           460 00
Digging           228 25
Hauling          449 00
Clearing field   « 00
      5,386 17
Profit     ? 5.S7S 55
Field No. 3, 36.8 acres.    Yield per acre, 13.94 tons;  cost per ton, $10.49.
Oats—Profit and Loss Account, March 31st, 1922.
Production,
By Yield of oats, 140,000 lb. at $25 per ton    $1,750 00
„ straw, 2,490 bales at 50 cents per bale      1,245 00
green feed, 10,000 lb. at $5 per ton   25 00
  $ 3,020 00
Expenses.
To Manure     ?    48 00
Ploughing    '  565 90
Seed-oats   243 70
Seeding    • • • • 98 90
Packing  97 00
Carried forward  $1,053 50 $ 3,020 00 Y 68
Mental Hospitals.
1922
CROP DEPARTMENT—Continued.
Oats—Profit and Loss Account—Continued.
Expenses—Continued.
Brought forward    $1,053 50 $ 3,020 00
To Disking     430 25
Cultivating     251 65
Hauling oats    402 00
Hauling straw   72 50
Baling straw  278 00
Sundries     320 62
 2,808 52
Profit     $    211 48
Field No. 1, 25.25 acres; Field No. 2, 28 acres ;  Field No. 5, 20 acres;  Wilson Ranch, 9 acres ;
total, 82.25 acres.    Yield of oats per acre, 1,702 lb.;   cost per ton, $21.07.
Hay—Profit and Loss Account, March 31st, 1922.
Production.
By Yield of hay, 409,000 lb   $3,067 50
green feed, 69,560 lb.        173 75
silage, 266,000 lb        665 00
  $ 3,906 25
Expenses.
To Seed      $1,200 45
Manure     82 00
Harrowing     42 00
Mowing and raking        437 50
Hauling          471 50
      2,323 45
Profit     $ 1,582 70
Fields Nos. 6 and 7. 42.4 acres;   Field No. S, 37.5 acres;   Wilson Ranch, 21.10 acres;, total,
101.06 acres.    Yield of hay per acre, 2.02 tons ;  cost per ton, $7.26.
Ensilage—Profit and Loss Account, March 31 st, 1922.
Production.
By Peas, oats, and vetches, 598,000 lb. at $5 per ton   $1,495 00
Green oats, 235,000 11). at $5 per ton           587 50
Corn, 222,000 lb. at $5 per ton         555 00
Sunflower, 50,000 lb. at $5 per ton        125 00
  $ 2,762 50
Expenses.
To Manure   $   322 50
Clearing field    82 20
Ploughing     434 95
Disking     345 50
Seed     334 10
Seeding    "  102 60
Packing     119 25
Cultivating  213 00
Carried forward   $1,954 10 $ 2,762 50 12 Geo. 5
Colony Farm.
Y 69
CROP DEPARTMENT—Contihutsd.
Ensilage—Profit and Loss Account—Continued.
Expenses—Continued.
Brought forward   $1,954 10 $ 2,762 50
To Cutting            147 10
Hauling          338 75
 ■     2,439 95
Profit     $    322 55
Fields Nos. 3 and 8, 2.5 acres sunflower; Fields Nos. 5, 6, and 7, 33.35 acres peas, oats, and
vetches; Field No. 3, 13 acres corn; Wilson Ranch, 12.6 acres green oats; total, 61.45 acres.
Yield per acre, 8.99 tons;   cost per ton, $4.41.
Onions—Profit and Loss Account, March 31st, 1922.
Production.
By Yield, 5,500 lb   $    220 00
Expenses.
To Ploughing      $ 26 00
Disking  24 00
Manure     47 50
Seed     14 00
Cultivating    27 50
Fertilizer    32 00
Hauling    3 50
■ 174 50
Profit     $      45 50
 '       —
Field No. 3, 2 acres.    Yield per acre, 2,750 lb.;  cost per ton, $63.45.
Carrots—Profit and Loss Account, March 31st, 1922.
Production.
By Yield, 80.SOO lb   $    291 50
Expenses.
To Ploughing      $    28 60
Disking     31 20
Manure     52 00
Seed     7 20
Fertilizer  28 00
Cultivating      20 50
Hauling    •  34 00
         201 50
Profit      $      90 00
Field No. 3, 2.6 acres.    Yield per acre, 15.54 tons ;  cost per ton, $4.98.
Turnips and Mangels—Profit and Loss Account, March 31st, 1922.
Production.
By Yield, 430,780 lb   $ 1,507 72
Carried foncard   $ 1,507 72 Y 70 Mental Hospitals. 1922
CROP DEPARTMENT— Continued.
Turnips and Mangels—Profit and Loss Account—Continued.
Brought forward   $ 1,507 72
Expenses.
To Manure      $   300 00
Seed     46 40
Disking           183 50
Ploughing           282 40
Fertilizer          171 80
Rolling     30 50
Cultivating           157 25
Hauling          245 75
 1,417 00
Profit     $      90 12
Field No. 8, 12.6 acres mangels;   Field No.  S, 8 acres turnips;   total, 20.6 acres.    Yield
per acre, 10.45 tons;  cost per ton, $6.5S.
PASTURAGE ACCOUNT.
Profit and Loss Account, March 31st, 1922.
Receipts.
By General herd   $    578 00
Young cattle  173 00
Young horses •  42 00
Sheep   201 25
Profit  $    994 25
SHRINKAGE AND ROT.
Profit and Loss Account, March 31st, 1922.
By Roots, 369,26S lb  $ 1,853 32
Onions, 4,740 lb  5S 27
Potatoes    •  3,662 28
Beans, 1,075 lb  107 50
Peas, 2,000 lb  100 00
Loss     $ 5,781 37
TRACTOR ACCOUNT.
Profit and Loss Account, March 31st, 1022.
Receipts.
By 614% hours' work at $2.50    $ 1,536 25
Carried forward  •   $ 1,536 25 12 Geo. 5
Colony Farm.
Y 71
TRACTOR ACCOUNT—Continued.
Profit and Loss Account—Continued.
Brought, forward   $ 1,536 25
Expenses.
To Depreciation   $   550 00
Operating Account—
Salaries   $317 50
Board    135 00
Gasolene and oil   47S 58
Repairs  409 20
     1,340 28
      1,S90 28
Loss   $    354 03
PRIZE-MONEY ACCOUNT.
Profit and Loss Account, March 31st, 1922.
Receipts.
American Holstein Friesian Association   ,   $      70 00
Exchange on Holstein Friesian Association  7 87
Canadian Holstein Friesian Association   140 00
Credited to Dairy Profit and Loss Account    $    217 87
EXHIBITION EXPENSES.
Profit and Loss Account. March 31st, 1922.
Expenses.
Freight   	
Employees' transportation, board, etc	
Sundries	
Loss   	
$      54 00
389 70
8 50
$     452 20
GENERAL EXPENSES OF MAINTENANCE AND ADMINISTRATION.
Profit and Loss Account, March 31st, 1922.
Expenses.
To Salaries and vouchers  $19,791 -15
Horse-labour     1,832 50
Milk, etc., to employees   724 01
Board, etc., "to employees  2,395 50
Coal     1-492 63
Uniforms     ■      140 00
Sundries    ■■■■■ 163 45
Loss     $26,539 24 MISCELLANEOUS STATEMENTS, INVENTORIES, ETC.
Essondale Institution—Produce supplied by Colony Farm.
Supply Account, March 31st, 1922.
Dairy produce—
Milk, 343,316.2 lb  $15,912 37
Butter, 1,878 lb  1,220 6S
Milk for employees, 52,920 lb.   2,454 19
Cream for employees, 456 lb  136 7S
Buttermilk, 80 lb  1 60
  $19,725 62
Meats—■
Beef, 9,625 lb   $    999 86
Pork, 25,75S lb       4,020 90
Lamb and mutton, 2,469 lb.   . .  367 86
Veal, 1,480 lb  245 62
      5,634 24
Poultry-
Eggs, $6,187 dozen   $ 2,142 22
Dressed poultry, 2,333 lb  930 74
Feathers     10 50
      3.0S3 46
Vegetables, etc.—
Roots, 3,850 lb  $       15 05
Potatoes, 184,425 lb       2,030 32
Onions, 4,420 lb  163 50
Fruit, vegetables, etc       9,114 22
 11,323 09
Sundries—■
Horse-labour, 2,248 hours    $ 1,124 00
Straw, 70 bales    31 6S
Gasolene, 235 gallons   76 89
       1.232 57
Total       $40,998 OS
New Westminster Institution—Produce supplied by Colony7 Farm.
Supply Account, March 31st, 1922.
Dairy produce—
Milk, 174,033 lb   $ S,059 77
Cream, 122,875 lb  36S 60
Buttermilk, 1,040 lb  20 SO
  $ S.449 17
Meats—
Veal, 027 lb   $      94 05
Pork, 11,224 lb       1,893 04
 1,9S7 09
Eggs, 20 dozen setting    20 00
Vegetables, etc.—
Onions, 2,100 lb   $      70 25
Potatoes, 238,495 lb       2.639 19
Roots, 26,500 lb  92 75
Fruits and vegetables          1,142 93
 3,945 12
Carried forward     $14,401 3S 12 Geo. 5
Colony Farm.
Y 73
MISCELLANEOUS STATEMENTS, INVENTORIES, ETC.—Continued.
New Westminster Institution—Continued,
Supply Account—Continued.
Brought forward    $14,401 38
Incidentals—■
Straw, 12 bales    $     '  8 40
Horse-labour, 6,659 hours         3,329 50
  3,337 90
Total  $17,739 28
Saanich Institution—Produce supplied by Colony Farm.
Supply Account, March 31st, 1922.
1 brood sow    $    125 00
Cow, " Colony Poetess Korndyke "    300 00
Cow, " Yvonne Cornucopia Segis "  250 00
Plants, etc  66 25
Mare,  " Colony Jean "     250 00
Cow, " Bunty," and freight   131 00
Total     $ 1,122 25
Boys' Industrial School—Produce supplied by  Colony Farm.
Supply Account, March 31st, 1922.
Milk, 15,366 lb ■  $    614 64
Cream, 85 lb '.  25 49
Carrots, 1 ton    20 00
Total     $    660 13
Accounts receivable, March 31st, 1922.
D.  C. McGregor    $      48 75
W. Picton  •  110 00
C. Holmes   20 00
A. M. Craig    25 00
R. Kelly • SO 00
Royal Columbian Hospital  488 60
C. S. McKee  60 00
Total     $    S32 35
Notes receivable, March 31st, 1922.
A. E. Smith    $     500 00
C. H. Evans  200 00
J. M. Steves   100 00
Total     $    SOO 00
Remittance to Treasury, March 31st, 1922.
Sundry amounts received for sale of live stock and produce   $ 4,245 35 Y 74
Mental Hospitals.
1922
MISCELLANEOUS STATEMENTS, INVENTORIES, ETC.—Continued.
Trees, Shrubs, and Plants supplied to Public Schools and Institutions,
March 31st, 1922.    '
Enderby School    $ 41 00
Government Agent, Kamloops  9 00
Corporation of Coquitlam  114 40
Marpole School .'  308 80
Girls' Industrial School  231 20
Queen Mary School    87 00
Lord Kitchener School    80 00
General Currie School     SO 10
Mr. Black  42 70
Alexandra Orphanage   108 30
Courtenay School   70 00
Duncan School  1S9 60
Chemainus  School     61 80
Nanaimo School,  C3 60
Mission City School   38 00
University of British Columbia    S05 45
Total  $ 2,360 95
Equipment, March 31st, 1922.
Summary.
Fire equipment    $ 1,100 50
Blacksmith-shop     534 00
Carpenter-shop   355 50
Dairy     2,008 50
Pumping plant, etc  11,222 00
Farm supplements    4,467 00
Equipment in horse-barn    912 00
Equipment, wagons, carriages, etc  1,864 00
Equipment iu cow-barns   285 00
Nursery  equipment     795 75
Poultry equipment  231 00
Total  $23,781  25
Inventory of Cows, Marcpi 31st, 1022.
Name. Reg. No.
Ena Netherland DeKol 2nd  14686             $      10 00
Colouy Beulah DeKol Korndyke   2"314 20O 00
Colony DeKol Qneenie Rag    26320 200 00
Colony Fayne Canary  30128 200 00
Colony Beulah Pauline Korndyke   30131 350 00
Colony Sadie Canary    30137 400 00
Colony Maud Colantha   32360 400 00
Colony Georgie Korndyke   32361 200 00
Morag Veeman DeKol  31643 400 00
Deirdre Douglass Segis  31842 550 CO
Colony Poetess Korndyke 2nd  3S012 350 00
Colony Contest Segis  36020 350 00
Colony Aaggie Tietertje   31774 200 00
Carried forward  $ 3,810 00 Pi.AN"   oj.   fl ELD'S
t?Wir?cia.l    GoVernweiyr*   Colony   *farnj.
9)t4tUcC XoCs   3o5,170160 & OS   n.w.Q.
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Season    192!,. 12 Geo. 5
Colony Farm.
Y 75
MISCELLANEOUS STATEMENTS, INVENTORIES, ETC.—Continued.
Inventory of Cows, March 31st, 1925!—Continued,
Brought forward   $ 3,810 00
Name. Reg. No.
Colony Koba Segis     38770 150 00
Colony Cora Cornucopia     3600S 300 00
Colony Poetess Segis   38771 350 00
Colony Beets Newman    38776 200 00
Colony Vrouka Segis  36019 350 00
Effie Cornucopia DeKol    37289 275 00
Colony Ena Butter Girl   '  41644 500 00
Colony Korndyke Belie  3S767 450 00
Colony Butter Lass   41645 300 00
Colony Queenie Rag Segis   41852 250 00
Colony Ianthe Newman   41642 500 00
Colony Netherland Segis Clothilde   42889 350 00
Colony Minnie Segis   41653 300 00
Colony Faforit McKinley  42SS4 200 00
, Lulu Posch 3rd ... •  218921 450 00
Colony Korndyke Newman    50284 500 00
Colony Canary Butter Girl   42SSS 250 00
Wimple Netherland Westport   7C901 350 00
Colony Bessie McKinley    52831 350 00
Colony Faforit Segis     52829 200 00
Colony McKinley Beulah    52S2S 600 00
Segis Elsie Posch  '  44320 150 00
Madam Bessie Posch  25833 400 00
Colony Clothilde DeKol    38772 300 00
Colony Maud McKinley   '.  502S6 560 00
Colony Canary McKinley     50292 300 00
Colony Wayne McKinley     50289 300 00
Colony Beulah McKinley  52833 600 00
Colony Grebegga DeKol     54084 600 00
Colony Daisy McKinley   52834 250 00
Colony Segis McKinley     52S35 500 00
Colony Ena McKinley   56864 350 00
Colony Rag Valdessa     56808 250 00
Colony Poetess Valdessa    50862 300 00
Colony Ena DeKol McKinley    60946 800 00
Colony Maud Newman    80944 400 00
Colony Ianthe McKinley    623S9 450 00
Colony Faforit Newman  67855 400 00
Colony Sena Ormsby   71114 200 00
Colony Abbekerk Ormsby    ,  70845 250 00
Beaverland Lady Pauline   74111 500 00
Beaverland Pietje Posch    74113 250 00
Thorndale Elsie Wayne   38480 400 00
S.C.P. Fayne Calamity  59682 350 00
S.C.M. Ella Meehthilde  50277 350 00
Colony Vale Korndyke Newman    83024 300 00
Colony Clothilde Newman   '  67850 300 00
Colony Cora McKinley   67856 500 00
Colony Lakeside Newman   67S51 300 00
Colony Vrouka Newman    67853 350 00
Carried forward   $21,885 00 Y 76
Mental Hospitals.
1922
MISCELLANEOUS STATEMENTS, INVENTORIES, ETC.—Continued.
Inventory of Cows, March 31st, 1922—Continued.
Brought forward      $21,885 00
Name. Reg. No.
Colony Lady Ormsby      71112 300 00
Colony Morag Ormsby       71115 300 00
Colony Fleta Newman       70850 250 00
Colony Marie Newman        71111 250 00
Colony Cyclone Ormsby      70844 350 00
Colony Beulah P. Newman      70S4S 5 00
Colony Fayne Ormsby       70S43 300 00
Colony Jannek Ormsby       75673 250 00
Colony Zarilda Ormsby       80505 500 CO
Colony Countess Ormsby      75670 300 CO
Colony Faforit Ormsby       S0511 400 00
Colony Aaggie Ormsby      80509 400 00
Colony Grebegga Valdessa       6238S 1,000 00
Colony Jemima Newman       80513 337 07
Colony Vrouka Segis Newman     80504 323 £5
Colony Tensen Newman      86417 200 00
Beaverland Pietje Pauline     81218 350 00
Beaverland Pretty Lady       74110 500 00
Beaverland Grace Posch       7410S 480 00
Beaverland Canary Pauline      74109 350 00
Beaverland Julia Pauline      80649 300 00
Beaverland Grace Pauline     80647 300 00
Total     $29,553 72
Inventory7 of Young Cattle, March 31st, 1922.
Name. Reg. No.
Colony M. Poetess McKinley, 26% months old  7ou74             $    341 25
Colony E-ffie Ormsby, 25 months old  80514 325 00
Colony P.S. Segis, 24 months old   80507 312 00
Colony P.S. McKinley, 24 months old .'  S0508 312 00
Colony Beets Perfection, 22% months old   80510 292 50
Colony. Wayne Perfection, 22% months old   80506 289 25
Colony Alma Korndyke Newman, 20 months old   86410 260 00
Colony Grebegga Pauline, 18% months old   S6416 240 50
Colony Victoria Pauline, 18% months old   76415 237 11
Colony Morag McKinley, 17% months old   86420 223 25
Colony Lady Pauline, 16% months old   86418 213 50
Colony Mabel Newman, 16 months old   92130 207 00
Colony Clare McKinley, 14 months old   92132 181 00
Colony Aaggie Mack Pauline, 13% months old   92127 171 25
Colony Wimple McKinley, 12% months old    92135 161 50
Colony Effle Pauline, 11 % months old   92129 151 75
Colony Nellie Pauline, 11 % months old   92128 151 75
Colony Poem Pauline, 11% months old  92131 151 75
Colony Wayne Newman, 11% months old   92136 151 75
Colony Topsy Pauline, 11% months old   92134 146 25
Colony Schuilling Pauline, 11% months old   92133 146 25
Colony Lass Pauline, 11 months old   92126 143 00
Carried foncard   $ 4,S09 61 12 Geo. 5
Colony Farm.
Y 77
MISCELLANEOUS STATEMENTS, INVENTORIES, ETC.—Continued,
Inventory of Young Cattle, March 31st, 1922—Continued.
Brought forward
Colony
Colony
Colony
Colony
Colony
Colony
Colony
Colony
Colony
Colony
Colony
Colony
Colony
Colony
Colony
Colony
Colony
Colony
Colony
Colony
Colony
Colony
Colony
Colony
Colony
Colony
Colony
Colony
Colony
Colony
Colony
Colony
Name. Reg. No.
King Posch, 10% months old  49994
Belle Newman, 9 months old   95247
Clothilde Pauline, 9 months old   95254
July Pauline, 8% months old  95255
Daisy Newman, 8% months old   95244
Queenie Newman, 8% months old  95249
McKinley King Pontiac, 7% months old	
McKinley Count  (sold)     51288
Johan Posch, 7 months old  51420
Georgie Pauline, 6% months old   95245
Flood Countess, 5 months old    95250
Duchess Pauline, 5 months old  95246
Contest Newman, i% months old   95248
Grace Countess, 4% months old  95251
Pietje Countess, 4% months old  '  95252
Canary Countess, 4 months old   95255
Esther Newman, 3% months old  95256
Fayne Pauline, 3%. months old   95257
Maud Countess, 3% months old  98959
DeKol Posch, 3 months old    52627
L.P. Countess, 2% months old   9S958
Posch Champion 2nd, 2% months old  52823
Poetess Camille, 2% months old   98955
Yvonne Camille, 2% months old   98956
C.B. Westport, 2 months old   52826
Sir Koningeii Posch, 2 months old   52628
Vrouka Posch, 1% months old  98957
Posch Champion 3rd, 1% months old   52624
Posch Champion 4th, % month old   52625
Posch Champion 5th, % month old	
Vale Newman", % month old	
Meehthilde Posch, 8 months old   51287
Total
Inventory of Herd Bulls, March 31st, 1922.
Name. Reg. No.
Colony Prince Posch Paul    -  16951
Colony Koba McKinley    31520
Colony Lord Aaggie McKinley   38957
Colony Posch Champion     45866
4,809 01
Total
Inventory of Work-horses, March 31st, 1922.
133
25
117
00
117
00
113
75
113
75
107 25
100
75
91
00
81
25
65 00
65
00
61
75
58
50
55
25
52
00
48
75
48
75
42
25
39
00
35
75
29
25
32
50
32
50
26 00
26
00
16 25
16
25
9
75
6
50
6
50
104 00
$ 0,662
11
$  200 00
400 00
500 00
400 00
$ 1,500
00
Name.
Donald (roan gelding), 16 years old
Colony Pride (Scotty), 8 years old .
Billy  (McCallum), 6 years old  	
$ 200 00
300 00
275 00
Carried forward   $    775 00 Y 78
Mental Hospitals.
1922
MISCELLANEOUS STATEMENTS, INVENTORIES, ETC.—Continued.
Inventory of Work-horses—Continued.
Brought forward    $     775 00
Name.
Barney (bay gelding), 6 years old   300 CO
Jock  (bay gelding), 7 years old   300 00
Forage Heroine  (Shire mare), 13 years old   300 00
Bramhope Emerald (Shire mare), 15 years old   275 00
Dunrobin Doris (Clyde mare), 15 years old   2C0 00
Pete or Sharp (gelding), 14 years old   125 00
Sandy (gelding), 15 years old   100 CO
Colony Mintmaster (gelding), 4 years old   300 00
McCallum  (chestnut driver), 16 years old   100 00
Jerry 2nd No. 6 (gelding), 8 years old   275 00
Levi (express), 18 years old  175 00
Repertoire  (pony), 20 years old   50 00
Doctor (buckskin), on grade, 10 years old  150 CO
Joe (bay gelding), 12 years old   200 00
Jimmy 1st (bay gelding), on grade, 9 years old  175 00
Kate (roan mare), 5 years old   275 00
Dan (brown gelding), on grade, 11 years old   150 CO
Blossom (light roan mare), 5 years old   350 00
Nellie (bay mare), 9 years old   325 00
Dick (bay gelding), 4 years old   200 00
Colony Lady Pride, 3 years old  400 00
Colony Lady Dunure, 3 years old  400 00
Total  $ 5.900 00
Inventory of Young Horses, March 31st, 1922.
Name.
Colony Drumburle Prince, 23% months old   $    542 80
Colony Begg Princess, 20% months old  462 81
Colony Opal's Queen, 20% months old   462 SI
King  (Driver's colt), 20% months old    474 13
Bob (Dunrobin Doris' colt), 10% months old   239 92
Total    '  $ 2,182 47
Inventory of Stallions, March 31st, 1922.
Name.
Colony Everlasting Favourite    $    500 00
Inventory of Sheep, March 31st, 1922.
Oxford Downs (pure-bred) —
25 aged ewes at $17.50  $    437 50
11 shearling ewes at $14   154 00
4 shearling rams at $25     100 00
3 2-year-old rams at $30   90 00
1 aged ram     75 00
Grade flock—
42 aged ewes at $10  $    420 00
19 shearling ewes at $10   190 00
4 shearling wethers at $7.50    30 00
Total     $ 1,496 50 12 Geo. 5
Colony Farm.
Y 79
MISCELLANEOUS STATEMENTS, INVENTORIES, ETC.—Continued.
Inventory7 of Poultry Department, March 31st, 1922.
399 Leghorn pullets at $2  	
230        „        hens at $1.50 	
56 Rhode Island Red pullets at $2.50
40 „ „ hens at $1.50 ..
12 cockerels at $2   	
50 baby chicks at 45 cents 	
261 „■ at 30 cents  	
51 dozen eggs at 24 cents 	
Total     $ 1,493 54
Feed, etc., on,Hand.
500 lb.
210 „
100 „
200 „
300 „
100 „ .
100 „
2
wheat 	
„   chick-feed   ...
„   cracked corn
,,   grit   	
„   oyster-shell  ..
„ .bran   	
„   shorts   	
cases coal-oil  ...
Total
Inventory of Hogs, Essondale, March 31st, 1922.
76 hogs, weight 12,226 lb. at 8 cents 	
Inventory of Hogs, New Westminster, March 31st, 1922.
20 hogs  (fat), 1-year-old
20  ,
10 months old
8  ,
7 months old
18 ,
6 months old
19 ,
3 months old
10 .
4 weeks old
11  ,
3 weeks old
30 ,
2 weeks old
9  ,
1 week old .
22 brood sows .. .
2 boars, 1 and 2
years
Total
Inventory of Feed and Produce, March 31st, 1922.
Peas, 2,1S0 lb	
Oats, 121,500 lb. ...
Barley, 2,000 lb. ...
Hay, 166,960 lb	
Silage, 486,000 lb. ..
Straw, 2,679 bales .
Corn-meal, 11,240'lb.
Shorts, 17,100 lb. ...
Potatoes, 140,865 lb.
$
798 00
345 00
140 CO
60 00
24 00
30 00
78 30
12 24
$
1,493 54
$
9 50
8 15
1 50
3 50
5 25
1 50
1 50
7 60
$
38 50
$
978 OS
?
400 00
300 00
120 00
270 00
190 00
50 00
55 00
150 00
35 00
990 00
100 00
$
2,660 00
$
109 CO
1,915 26
30 00
1,306 16
1,215 00
1,365 91
181 76
183 89
1,549 54
Carried forward    $ 7,856 52 Y 80
Mental Hospitals.
1922
MISCELLANEOUS STATEMENTS, INVENTORIES, ETC.—Continued.
Inventory of Feed and Produce—Continued.
Brought forward      $    7,856 52
Gluten, 18,100 lb  497 33
Cotton-seed meal, 4,500 lb  95 80
Alfalfa, 41,130 lb •  423 74
Oil-meal, 4,600 lb  138 07
Beet-pulp, 24,100 lb  530 20
Bran, 10,560 lb  121 16
Total     $ 9,662 82
Inventory of Nursery and Garden, March 31st, 1922.
Deciduous ornamental trees    $11,996 65
Shrubs and small trees    7,205 40
Cuttings and layers   469 65
Seedlings   404 20
Climbing plants   333 00
Climbing roses   130 50
Reeds and grasses  ■  358 50
Evergreen trees and shrubs    7,355 95
Young fruit-trees   •  56 50
Flowering cherries  ■ . 10 00
Crataegus   .' IS 00
Herbaceous perennials •  1,5S6 85
Bulbs     141 00
Orchard—
Plum-trees      $   459 00
Cherry-trees          240 00
Pear-trees         502 00
Apple-trees       2,408 00
  3,609 00
Small fruits—
Black currants    $3,398 00
Red currants •        648 00
Raspberries, etc        486 25
Strawberries        1,400 SO
  5,983 05
Bees and supplies  526 25
$40,134 50
Vegetables in storage  4.129 75
Total   ?44,264 25
VICTORIA,   B.C. :
Printed by William H.  Cullin, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1922.

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