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 Government liquor act'
third- annual repoet
Liquor Control Board
OF  THE   PROVINCE   OP
BRITISH COLUMBIA
FOR  THE   PERIOD
APRIL 1ST, 1923, TO MARCH 31ST, 1924
PRINTED   BY
AUTHORITY OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.
VICTORIA, B.C.:
Printed by Charles F. Banfield, Printer to tbe King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1921. LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD.
A. M. Johnson, K.C., Chairman.
J. H. Falconer, Member. Lieut.-Col. W. N. Winsby, Member.
R. E. Hose, Secretary. D. R. Macfarlane, Chief Accountant.
J. Paterson, Purchasing Agent.
Offices of the Board:
411-417 Belmont House, Victoria, B.C.
Warehouses:
847 Beatty Street, Vancouver, B.C. 1019 Wharf Street, Victoria, B.C. To His Honour Walter Cameron Nichol,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour :
Sir,—I have the honour to transmit herewith the Beport of the Liquor Control
Board for the year ended March 31st, 1924.
A. M. MANSON,
Attorney-General.
Attorney-General's Department,
Victoria, B.C., October 6th, 1924. Liquor Control Board,
Victoria, B.C., October 2nd, 1924.
The Honourable A. M. Manson, E.G., M.P.P.,
Attorney-General, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—We have the honour to transmit herewith the Beport of the Liquor Control
Board for the year ended March 31st, 1924.
We have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servants,
A. M. JOHNSON,
Chairman.
W. N. WINSBY,
Member,
J. H. FALCONER,
Member. REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD.
INTRODUCTION.
This report, issued in accordance with the provisions of section 101 of the " Government
Liquor Act," covers the period of the fiscal year from April 1st, 1923, to March 31st, 1924, and
constitutes the Third Annual Report of the Liquor Control Board.
The subject-matter has been grouped, as previously, under the subheadings of the " Government Liquor Act," and by comparison with the preceding reports affords opportunity for a close
analysis'of all phases of the Board's administration.
Percentages of expenditure and distribution of profits, shown in graph form (see Appendix
C), may serve as a guide in estimating future returns, and it will be observed that the net
profits have been divided as required by the Act, the proportion appropriated for the public
service of the Province being equal to the combined amounts distributed to the Municipalities
and allocated for hospital purposes.
Government control of the sale of alcoholic liquors as recently adopted by other Provinces
has so closely paralleled the system established in British Columbia that it would appear a
matter of sufficient interest to draw attention to the present geographic division of the Dominion
on this question. A graph has therefore been included (see Appendix C) illustrating the departure from prohibitory enactments which have become effective between the year 1921 and the
close of 1923.*
The Appendices covering the accounts of the Board, certified to by the Comptroller-General,
as required by the Act, and the statistical data required by section 101 are grouped as follows:—
Appendix A.—Accounts.
Statement of Accounts, April 1st, 1923, to September 30th, 1923.
Vendors' Profit and Loss Statement, April 1st, 1923, to September 30th, 1923.
Statement of Liquor purchased and delivered, April 1st, 1923, to September 30th, 1923.
Statement of Confiscated Liquor taken into Stock and paid for, April 1st, 1923, to September
30th, 1923.
Statement of Accounts, October 1st, 1923, to March 31st, 1924.
Vendors' Profit and Loss Statement, October 1st, 1923, to March 31st, 1924.
Statement of Liquor purchased and delivered, October 1st, 1923, to March 31st, 1924.
Statement of Confiscated Liquor taken into Stock and paid for, October 1st, 1923, to March
31st, 1924.
Appendix B.—Law Enforcement.
Statement of Prosecutions from April 1st, 1923, to March 31st, 1924.
Appendix C.—Administration.
Regulations made by the Liquor Control Board.
Price-lists issued by the Provincial Government.
Graphs illustrating:—
(a.)  Percentages of Expenditure and Distribution of Profits.
(B.)  Growth of Government Liquor Control System.
Statement of Store's and Premises leased or rented.
Printed Instructions to Vendors, revised.
Statement of Prescriptions for Liquor issued from April 1st, 1923, to March 31st, 1924.
Chart illustrating Sale of Liquor and Administration of  " Government Liquor  Act"  by
Electoral Districts.
Appendix D.—Permits.
Statement of Permits issued from April 1st, 1923, to March 31st, 1924.
* Since the period covered by this report the Province of Saskatchewan has approved by referendum of
the introduction of a Government control system. N 6 British Columbia. 1924
" GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT AMENDMENT ACT, 1923."
At the 1923 session of the Legislature amendments to the " Government Liquor Act" were
passed, Part II. of which provided for the issuance of beer licences* contingent upon an affirmative vote of the electors at a poll to be taken pursuant to the provisions of the " Liquor-control
Plebiscites Act."
The following synopsis of the " Government Liquor Act Amendment Act, 1923," briefly
describes the changes effected.
Part I.
Sections of the " Government Liquor Act " amended or added—Dealing with General Amendments, certain Clauses of which relating to the Issuance of Club Licences becoming Effective
as of February 1st, 1924.
2. Inserting the definition of a club.
25a. Adding section 25a, providing for the issuance by the Board of a club licence, and the
conditions governing such licence.
31a. Adding section 31a, providing for a shipping permit for transportation of liquor by
water.
33. Amending the penalty for drunkenness in a public place.
43a. Adding section 43a, prohibiting the constunption of liquor in an unlicensed club.
48. Providing for the sale of liquor by any brewer or distiller to a warehouse licensee.
50. Limiting the exemption on wood-alcohol or denatured alcohol.
54. Exempting a producer or manufacturer of native wine or cider from taxation provisions.
55. Exempting from taxation, wine or cider made from fruit grown in the Province.
64. Providing for Inspector or constable to search without warrant when authorized in
writing by the Attorney-General.
91. Repealing clause prohibiting certiorari proceedings to quash convictions.
108. Amending the disposition of net profits in the case of hospitals and charitable institutions.
109. Adding a clause providing for a regulation governing club licences.
Part II.
Dealing with Provisions for the Sale of Beer by the Glass.
7. Providing for the sale of beer by a Vendor to a beer licensee.
25b. Adding section 25b, providing for the issuance by the Board of a beer licence and the
conditions governing such licence.
32. Providing for the consumption of beer on licensed premises.
34. Prohibiting beer licensee from selling to any person under the influence of liquor.
39. Prohibiting interdicted persons from frequenting licensed premises.
43. Providing for the consumption of beer on licensed hotel premises.
46. Providing for the sale of beer- by beer licensees.
58, 59, 60. Providing for notification to beer licensees of orders of interdiction, and revocation of orders of interdiction.
109. Adding a clause providing for a regulation governing beer licences, and the alcoholic
content of beer sold.
GOVERNMENT   LIQUOR   STORES.
Warehouses.
A fire in the Government Liquor Warehouse, Victoria, which occurred on August 25th, 1923,
resulted in considerable damage to stocks and equipment.
The adjusters representing the various insurance companies agreed upon the sum ot
$149,562.47 as an equitable settlement of the loss on liquor, the difference between this figure
* Authorizing licensees to purchase beer from a Vendor, and to sell by the glass or by the open bottle
tbe beer so purchased to persons for consumption on the licensed premises- 15 Geo. 5 Beport of Liquor Control Board. N 7
 I	
and the amount of $119,314.05 shown in the Trading Account (see Appendix A) representing
the cost of reconditioning the merchandise and equipment damaged. No records, books, or other
property of the Board suffered any loss or damage.
Investigation by the Fire Marshal failed to disclose the origin of this conflagration, which
was fortunately confined to the two top stories of the building. Damage by fire and water
necessitated removal of the Chief Accountant's staff and the warehouse clerical staff to temporary
offices in the Central Building, 620 View Street, which were secured at a monthly rental of $150.
Occupancy of these premises continued until January 15th, 1924, by which time renovation of
the building had been completed by the Lessors, who received an occupational rent only during
the period of rebuilding.
With the employment of additional casual labour, reconditioning of the goods damaged was
effected during the winter months, incoming shipments of liquor being accommodated in temporary warehouse-space in the King's Bond No. 6 at the Outer Wharf, whilst beer was stored
in the Safety Storage and Warehousing Company's premises, 732 Johnson Street.
No disruption of business was occasioned, shipments to all stores being temporarily effected
through the Vancouver Warehouse. Despite some congestion, this emergency was handled in
a manner.reflecting considerable credit on the management and staff of the Vancouver Warehouse.
Establishment of Stores.
Six additional Government Liquor Stores were opened during the year in the following
localities:—■
Electoral District. Government Liquor Store.
Atlin    Alice Arm.
Cranbrook    Kimberley.
Delta Cloverdale.
Dewdney  Maillardville.
Esquimalt  Esquimalt.
Similkameen  Oliver.
United States regulations prohibiting the transhipment of liquor across American territory
prevented further supplies of liquor being forwarded to the Atlin Store, and, the existing stocks
becoming exhausted, the Board was compelled during the month of December, 1923, to close
this store.
Management of Stores.
The Board's printed " Instructions to Vendors," shown on pages 67 and 68 of the First
Annual Report, having been revised and consolidated, were reissued to all stores; the last
paragraph reading: " Every Vendor shall post in a conspicuous place, to which all employees
have access, a copy of these instructions."   (See Appendix C.)
The volume of business, more particularly during the Christmas period, necessitated
some extra assistance, Vendors being authorized, where necessary, to employ casual labour at
the rate of $4 per day for such periods as the Board deemed necessary.
During the weeks of Christmas and New Year, special arrangements for this period were
entered into with the Dominion Gresham Guarantee and Casualty Company for insuring the
large daily returns of the seven Vancouver stores, the policy covering any form of loss arising
from safe burglary or " hold up " in the stores, or theft of moneys in transit to the bank.
Burglaries and attempted thefts of liquor throughout the Province, as shown by the Trading
Account, have not been of a serious nature or in greater proportion than would be likely to
be incidental to a large chain of stores dealing in a commodity of this nature.
A regulation was passed by the Board co-ordinating aud determining the hours of sale for
each Government Liquor Store.
Further precautions were taken against Indians obtaining permits or liquor through indirect
sources, Vendors being instructed to refer all doubtful applications to the local Indian Agent
before complying with the same. N 8 British Columbia. 1924
 I	
Sale of Liquor to the Public.
Official instructions were issued to Vendors to ensure compliance with section 6 of the Act,
requiring permit-holders to produce their permits for endorsation of liquor purchased, and large
display-cards drawing the attention of purchasers to this matter were placed in every store.
Price-lists.
Amendment to existing price-lists have not been numerous. An addition of some importance
covering the sale in bond of liquor for ships' stores was provided for by Order in Council
No. 436, approved April 20th, 1923, and known as Price-list No. 6. Vendors at the Government
Liquor Stores, 847 Beatty Street, Vancouver, and 709 Johnson Street, Victoria, were authorized
to accept orders in accordance with this price-list when made out on the proper Customs form
for ships' stores (No. B. 8) and certified to by the master, agent, or accredited representative
of any ocean-going vessel.    (See Appendix C.—Price-lists.)
PERMITS.
No changes having been made by the amending Act, the issuance of permits presented no
new features. A detailed statement showing the sales of each variety of permit is furnished in
Appendix D.
CLUB   LICENCES.
Amendments to the " Government Liquor Act" provided for the issuance by the Board of
club licences, such provision becoming effective on February 1st, 1924.
Definition of a " club " was included in the amending Act, and the Board issued Regulation
No. 22, providing for the application form, fees, and conditions governing club licences. (See
Appendix C.)
Numerous applications were received, and after careful investigation by officers of the
Board, for the purpose of which two Club Inspectors were appointed, licences to the number
of fifty-eight were approved, the fees for same totalling $5,450.
The club licences issued comprised the following:—
Club Licences issued from February 1st, 1924, to March 31st, 1924.
Locality. Social Clubs.
Armstrong    Great War Veterans' Association.
Chilliwack    Great War Veterans' Association.
Coal Creek  Coal Creek Literary & Athletic Association.
Courtenay     Benevolent & Protective Order of Elks.
Coquitlam     Grand Army of United Veterans.
Cranbrook    Great War Veterans' Association.
Fernie    Fernie Club.
Fernie Literary and Athletic Association.
Great War Veterans' Association.
Kamloops   Benevolent & Protective Order of Elks.
Grand Army of United Veterans.
Kelowna   Kelowna Club.
Great War Veterans' Association.
Nanaimo   ; Benevolent & Protective Order of Elks.
Great War Veterans' Association.
Fraternal Order of Eagles.
Nelson Great War Veterans' Association.
New  Westminster   Westmiuster Club.
Great War Veterans' Association.
Benevolent & Protective Order of Elks.
Army and Navy Veterans in Canada.
North Vancouver  Benevolent & Protective Order of Elks.
Army and Navy Veterans in Canada. 15 Geo. 5 Beport of Liquor Control Board. N 9
Locality. Social Clubs.
Prince Rupert  Prince Rupert Club.
Great War Veterans' Association.
Rossland  Rossland Club.
Revelstoke    Revelstoke Club.
Great War Veterans' Association.
Smithers  Great War Veterans' Association.
South Vancouver  Army and Navy Veterans in Canada.
Great War Veterans' Association.
Vancouver    Terminal City Club.
Vancouver Club.
Quadra Club.
University Club.
Benevolent & Protective Order of Elks.
Great War Veterans' Association.
Imperial Veterans in Canada.
Grand Army of United Veterans.
Army and Navy Veterans in Canada.
Cedar Cottage Veterans.
Victoria  Union Club.
Pacific Club.
Great War Veterans' Association.
Army and Navy Veterans in Canada.
Canadian Legion.
Grand Army of United Veterans.
Benevolent & Protective Order of Elks.
Imperial Veterans in Canada.
Veterans of Prance.
Vernon Vernon Club.
Recreational Clubs.
Vancouver   (vicinity)    Shaughnessy Heights Golf and Country Club.
Point Grey Golf and Country Club.
Jericho Country Club.
Vancouver Golf and Country Club.
Victoria (vicinity)  Victoria Golf and Country Club.
Colwood Golf and Country Club.
Uplands Golf Club.
BEER   LICENCES.
The provisions of the " Liqour-control Plebiscites Act, 1923," not having been brought into
operation during the year under review, this matter does not come within the scope of -this
Report.
PROHIBITIONS.
Law Enforcement.
Appendix B shows in detail all prosecutions reported by the police for infractions of the
" Government Liquor Act."
A comparison of the summary of prosecutions shown in this appendix with the corresponding
table in the last report shows a decrease of 804 in the total number of cases, together with a
corresponding diminution of fines amounting to .$98,455. These decreases were chiefly confined
to the number of prosecutions in connection with sections 26, 31, 33, and 46 of the Act, of which
section 46, carrying a penalty of imprisonment (in lieu of fine formerly imposed), was the
largest contributing factor to the reduced figures of fines imposed. N 10
British Columbia.
1921
A synopsis of the figures relating to the above-mentioned sections as shown in the subjoined
comparative table is self-explanatory:—
Section 26.
Section 31.
Section 33.
Section 46.
Selling oi
for sale
offering
Liquor.
Possession of Liquor
unsealed.
Drunk in a Public
Place.
Selling or
Beer or ]N
dealing in
ear-beer.
1922-23.
1923-24.
1922-23.
1923-24.
1922-23.
1923-24.
1922-23.
1923-24.
Sentence suspended	
9
44
115
11
8
48
109
3
i
16
6
110
187
10
3
48
71
27
71
364
720
190
8
42
342
649
233
1
28
12
175
414
33
Gaol  	
Fined   	
93
25
4
187
161
319
132
1,372   [       1,274
630
Fines collected 	
Bail   estreated   	
$ 6,775
12,700
$      150
1,500
$ 9,370
10,250
$  3,550
4,010
$40,145
9,660
$29,700
9,510
$21,095
41,900
$ 3,240
2,150
Totals  	
$19,475
$ 1,650
$19,620   1   $ 7,560
1
$49,805   1   $39,210
1
$63,895
$ 5,390
Decisions oe the Privy Council atto the Court of Appeal.
Attention is drawn to important decisions rendered in the following cases:—
Attorney-General of British Columbia v. Attorney-General of Canada.
Rex v. Perro.
Attorney-General of British Columbia v. Attorney-General of Canada.—An appeal by special
leave from a judgment (October 10th, 1922) of the Supreme Court of Canada affirming a judgment (February 25th, 1922)  of the Court of Exchequer (Dominion).
The Privy Council affirmed the judgment of the Supreme Court of Canada, which held that
the Dominion have the power to impose Customs duties upon alcoholic liquors imported by the
Government of British Columbia for the purpose of sale by it.
Rex v. Perro.—Interpreting section 46 of the "Government Liquor Act" (sale of beer prohibited). The defendant was convicted in the Police Court, Vancouver, on a charge of unlawfully selling beer, and sentenced to imprisonment.
The defendant appealed to the County Judge (Cayley, Co. J.), who allowed the appeal,
refusing the application of the Crown to amend the information by alleging that the beer in
question was " liquor " within the meaning of the Act. The Crown appealed, the appeal being
heard on March 4th, 1924, before the Court of Appeal, who held (McPhillips, J. A., dissenting)
that section 46 of the Act created one offence only—namely, that of selling intoxicating liquor
known as beer.
APPLICATION   OF  ACT.
In the spring of 1923 loganberry-growers from the Saanich District approached the Government with a view to utiliziug a portion of their crop for the manufacture of a local product to
be sold by the Board.
Arrangements were made for tlie purchase of 5,000 gallons of loganberry wine from the
1923 crop, delivery being guaranteed by the Growers' Wine Company, Limited, an association
formed by the berry-growers for this purpose.
Lnder competent supervision in the Government Liquor Warehouse, this wine is being
bottled, for sale in the Government Liquor Stores, and if the wine meets with public approval
the experiment may prove a matter of considerable importance in the development of a local
industry. 15 Geo. 5
Beport of Liquor Control Board.
N 11
Pharmaceutical and other Preparations.
The consent of the Board in support of manufacturers requiring Dominion licences to purchase liquor in bond for manufacture of preparations included in such licences was granted to
the following firms :—
1923—
Sunset Vinegar Company, Ltd Vancouver.
W. A. Jamieson Coffee Company  Victoria.
1924—
National Drug & Chemical Co. of Canada, Ltd ■ Vancouver.
Vancouver Drug Company, Ltd  „
W. H. Malkin Company, Ltd  „
Empress Manufacturing Company, Ltd  „
Sunset Vinegar Company, Ltd  „
J. A. Tepoorten, Ltd  „
David Spencer, Ltd  „
Kelly, Douglas & Company, Ltd  „
Henrietta Toilet Preparations   „
Vancouver Barber Supply   „
W. A. Jamieson Coffee Company  Victoria.
TAXATION   PROVISIONS.
Warehouse Licences.
Warehouse licences were issued as shown in the following tables, the Consolidated Exporters
Corporation, Limited, operating five of these licences through its various Dranches.
Warehouse Licences issued from April 1st, 1923, to December 31st, 1923.
Licence
No.
Name  ol Firm.
Place   of
Business.
Date of
Issue,
1923.
60    ....
New Westminster
July 12.
Warehouse Licences issued from January 1st, 192k, to March 31st, 1924.
Licence
No.
Name of Firm.
Place   of
Business.
Date of
Issue,
1924.
61
62
63
64
65
66
J_
Consolidated Exporters Corporation, Ltd.
Consolidated Exporters Corporation, Ltd.
British  Columbia Distillery  Co.,  Ltd	
Consolidated Exporters Corporation, Ltd.
Consolidated Exporters Corporation, Ltd.
Not appropriated ; licence form cancelled.
Consolidated Exporters Corporation,  Ltd.
Victoria   	
Vancouver  	
New Westminster
Grand Forks 	
Prince Rupert ....
Fernie   	
Taxation of Liquor not purchased from a Government Liquor Store.
Revenue derived from this source amounted to $30,003.46, being approximately §4,500 in
excess of the sum collected during the previous fiscal year.
The amending Act provided for the exemption from taxation of wine and cider produced
or manufactured in the Province from fruit grown in British Columbia.
INTERDICTION.
Interdiction orders issued by Magistrates and Chief Constables numbered sixty, whilst
twenty-one orders of revocation were issued by interdiction officials.
PENALTIES AND PROCEDURE.
The right to search premises as provided for in section 64 of the Act was further extended
by the amending Act to permit any Inspector or constable to search without warrant when
authorized in writing by the Attorney-General. 'Twenty-one letters of authority were issued in
this respect to Provincial Police officers and two to Municipal officers. N 12
British Columbia.
1924
Forfeiture of Liquor unclaimed.
Liquor seized under the provisions of section 68 of the Act, for which no claim was filed
with the Board within the prescribed limit of thirty days, consisted of: Scotch whisky, 120
bottles; Irish whisky, 2 bottles; rye whisky, 43 bottles and 1 part bottle; gin, 4 bottles and 4
part bottles; rum, 23 bottles and 2 part bottles; wine (miscellaneous), 4 cases and 1 bottle;
port wine, 3 bottles and 1 part bottle; Chinese liquor, 24 bottles.
Beer: 27 barrels and 2 part barrels; 48 cases and 4 part cases; 65 sacks; 4,769 bottles.
Liquor forfeited or seized.
Destruction of forfeited or seized liquor during the period under review has been provided
for in the following Orders in Council:—
Orders in Council. Approved.
No.    541  May    Sth, 1923.
No.    724  June 22nd, 1923.
No. 1050    Aug. 29th, 1923.
No. 1256  Oct. 20th, 1923.
No.    282  March    Sth, 1924.
No.    SOS  March 18th, 1924.
Report of Seizures in Municipalities.
Statements in detail of all seizures of liquor and of liquor ordered forfeited after conviction
have been forwarded monthly in conjunction with the prosecution reports by all Chief Constables
(Provincial and Municipal).
LIQUOR   CONTROL   BOARD.
The Province of Alberta having decided by referendum to establish Government control of
the sale of liquor, officials from that Province conferred with the Board and investigated the
working of the " Government Liquor Act" and the methods employed for conducting the business
in this Province.
Upon appointment, the Alberta Liquor Control Board requested the services of the Secretary
and Chief Accountant for a short period to assist in the development of their organization. The
modus operandi, as finally adopted by the Alberta Board, adhered very closely to the British
Columbia system.
Staff.
A recapitulation of the permanent staff as at March 31st, 1924, is as follows:—
Male.
Returned
Soldier.
Not
Returned
Soldier.
Female.
Total.
Administra tive Of/ices.
Secretary's   Office   	
Accountant's  Office  	
Purchasing Agent's Office 	
Supervisor of Stock's Office 	
Supervisor of Law Enforcement's Office 	
Inspector's   Office   	
Supervisor  of  Stores   	
Private Secretary to Chairman and stenographers to Members of
Board   	
Government Liquor Warehouses.
Staffs	
Government Liquor Stores.
Staffs    	
Totals   	
3
14
1
1
36
79
128
17
20
3
2
4
64
165
277 15 Geo. 5 Beport op Liquor Control Board. N 13
Analysts.
By resolution of the Board dated January 2nd, 1924, Dr. John A. West, of Prince Rupert,
was appointed to act as an analyst for the purpose of the Act.
ACCOUNTING.
Advances.
The Minister of Finance has from time to time advanced, sufficient sums to provide adequate
working capital.
Balance-sheets.
Appendix A contains the Balance-sheets and Statements of Profit and Loss for the periods
ended September 30th, 1923, and March 31st, 1924, certified to by the Comptroller-General as
required by the Act.
Reserve Fund.
From the profits shown in the balance-sheets for the six months ended September 30th,
1923, the sum of $70,124.98 was appropriated to the Reserve Account by Order in Council No.
1449, 1923, and a further sum of $81,730.09 was subsequently appropriated from the profits for
the period ended March 31st, 1924, to this account.
Regulations.
Appendix C includes amendments to regulations shown in the Second Annual Report,
together with regulations passed by the Board during the fiscal year 1923-24.
These regulations have been published in the British Columbia Gazette in accordance with
the provisions of section 109 of the Act.
GENERAL  PROVISIONS.
Monthly Reports of Prosecutions.
Reports from the Provincial and Municipal Police have been received monthly on forms
provided by the Board, setting forth the details required by section 111 of the Act.
For the convenience of the public, the Act as amended by the " Government Liquor Act
Amendment Act, 1923," has been issued in a consolidated form. APPENDIX A.
BALANCE-SHEET AS  AT
ASSETS.
CASH ADVANCES TO   COMMISSIONERS,  WAREHOUSE  MANAGERS,  AUDITORS,  AND
VENDORS,   ETC  $     82,075 37
ACCOUNTS  RECEIVABLE  28,034 53
CLAIMS   ACCOUNT     4,088 69
STOCK ON HAND AS PER INVENTORY  2,089,118 90
REAL  ESTATE  30,000 00
BUILDINGS  (LESS DEPRECIATION)  114,200 00
EQUIPMENT  (LESS DEPRECIATION)     28,490 18
FURNITURE AND FIXTURES  (LESS DEPRECIATION)     9,691 65
DEFERRED  CHARGES:
Insurance     $17,902 55
Guarantee bonds  584 03
 18,486 58
$2,404,185 90
D.  R. MACFARLANE,
Chief Accountant.
A. M. JOHNSON,
Chairman.
I 15 Geo. 5
Beport of Liquor Control Board.
N 15
SEPTEMBEB  30th,   1923.
LIABILITIES.
PROVINCIAL  TREASURY  DEPARTMENT,   ADVANCES     $ 338,906 31
CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE, CURRENT ACCOUNT  39,447 24
ACCOUNTS PAYABLE  '.  335,668 51
RESERVE   FUND                    287,664 34
$1,001,686 40
PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT (UNDIVIDED PROFITS)       1,402,499 50
$2,404,185 90
I have examined the accounts of the Liquor Control Board for the six months ended September 30th,
1923.
The amount at which the stock on hand appears in the balance-sheet is the amount per certified physical
inventories with the exception of that portion which was in the Victoria Warehouse on August 25th, and
partially destroyed by Are in the early hours of that day, and which has been included at the value according
to the stock sheets at the close of business on August 24th. The loss being fully covered by insurance, and
the Reserve Fund ample to take care of any differences in the final adjustment, no charge is made against
the profits of tbe period for any loss due to the fire.
Subject to the foregoing remarks, I certify that in my opinion the attached Balance-sheet is properly
drawn up so as to exhibit a true and correct statement of the affairs of the Board, according to the best of
my information and the explanations given to me and as shown by the books of the Board.
Victoria, B.C., November 19th, 1923.
A.  N.   MOUAT,  C.A.,
Comptroller-General, Province of British Columbia. N 16 British Columbia. 1924
APPENDIX A—Continued.
TRADING  ACCOUNT  FOR  THE  PERIOD
TO   STOCK ON HAND,   MARCH  31st,  1923    $1,971,745  37
„     MERCHANDISE   PURCHASED     4,013,849 21
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WAREHOUSES :
Salaries    $ 47,465 39
Rent            9,394 72
Insurance            4,440 95
Telegraph and telephone   607 76
Light, water, and fuel   768 83
Depreciation  3,175 27
Sundries     4,776 81
 $ 70,629 73
VENDORS :
Salaries     $142,023 24
Rent        28,677 90
Insurance     9,429 50
Telegraph and telephone          1,723 97
Light, water, and fuel  *...        2,010  15
Depreciation            4,122 69
Sundries (including alterations and repairs)         14,389 09
 202,376 54
 273,006 27
„    HEAD OFFICE EXPENSES:
Administrative  salaries   - $ 38,485 15
Travelling expenses    8,779 16
Interest on advances   33,330 77
Rent     2,142 58
Telegraph and telephone   1,033 35
Light, water, and fuel   75 00
Printing and  stationery    7,113 66
Postage  2,979 61
Legal  expenses     56 00
Bank  charges    156 55
Guarantee bonds   454 05
Workmen's compensation  5,000 00
Depreciation     1,255 44
Sundries    631 89
 101,493 21
$6,360,094 06
„    BALANCE TRANSFERRED TO PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT      1,444,471 89
$7,804,565 95 15 Geo. 5
Report ov Liquor Control Board.
N 17
APRIL 1st TO  SEPTEMBER 30th,  1923.
BY LIQUOR SALES   $5,717,624 23
Less discounts to druggists   $ 1,386 12
„     Vendors' breakages       11,058 60
„      Burglary and tbeft        1,310 11
  13,763 92
 $5,703,860 31
„   OTHER INCOME :
Bank  interest '.  $        1,133 24
Premium and exchange  1,102 48
Rents  5,125 00
Miscellaneous  4,226 02
 :  11,586 74
„   STOCK ON HAND PER INVENTORY      2,089,118 90
$7,804,565 95 N 18 British Columbia. 1924
APPENDIX A—Continued.
PBOFIT  AND  LOSS  ACCOUNT  FOE  THE
TO  SECRET SERVICE EXPENSES $ 64,385 04
„   MAINTENANCE  OF  PRISONERS ....i        4,105  16
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„     BALANCE,  NET PROFIT FOR SIX MONTHS ENDED  SEP.  30th,  1923       1,402,499  50
$1,470,989 70
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TO   RESERVE   FUND     $ 62,509 76
„     CONSOLIDATED   REVENUE   FUND        593,842  68
„     CONSOLIDATED  REVENUE  FUND   IN  AID   OF   HOSPITALS   AND   INSTITUTIONS       178,152  80
„     SUNDRY   MUNICIPALITIES         415,689 88
 $1,250,195 12
„     BALANCE   CARRIED   TO   BALANCE-SHEET      1,402,499  50
$2,652,694  62 15 Geo. 5 •      Report of Liquor Control Board. N 19
PERIOD  APRIL  1st  TO  SEPTEMBER  30th,  1923.
BY   BALANCE FROM TRADING ACCOUNT FOR SIX MONTHS ENDED SEP. 30th, 1923  $1,444,471 89
„    WAREHOUSE   LICENCES $10,000 00
„    TAXES REALIZED UNDER SECTION 55      16,517 81
 26,517 81
$1,470,989  70
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Confiscated Liquors taken into  Stock and paid for, April 1st to  September 30th,  1923,
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Price
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Chief Accountant.  N 28
British Columbia.
1924
BALANCE-SHEET  AS  AT
APPENDIX A—Continued,.
ASSETS.
CASH IN BANK   %        5,526 12
CASH ADVANCES TO  COMMISSIONERS,  WAREHOUSE MANAGERS,  AUDITORS, AND
VENDORS,  ETC  119,525 00
ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE    6,827 59
CLAIMS   ACCOUNT  8,287 59
STOCK  ON  HAND AS  PER   INVENTORY     1,897,280 93
REAL  ESTATE  30,765 00
BUILDINGS   (LESS  DEPRECIATION)     116,412 50
EQUIPMENT   (LESS  DEPRECIATION)  25,809 47
FURNITURE AND FIXTURES   (LESS DEPRECIATION)     9,600 92
DEFERRED CHARGES:
Insurance     $9,257 78
Guarantee  bonds          178 88
  9,436 66
$2,229,471  78
D. R. MACFARLANE,
Chief Accountant.
A. M. JOHNSON,
Chairman. 15 Geo. 5
Beport of Liquor Control Board.
N 29
MARCH 31st-, 1924.
LIABILITIES.
PROVINCIAL TREASURY DEPARTMENT,  ADVANCES    $ 85,698 79
ACCOUNTS PAYABLE  151,381 97
RESERVE FUND   357,789 32
$ 594,870 08
PROFIT  AND LOSS ACCOUNT   (UNDIVIDED PROFITS)     1,634,601 70
:,229,471  78
I certify that I have examined the accounts of the Liquor Control Board for the six months ended
March 31st, 1924, and that in my opinion the attached Balance-sheet is properly drawn up so as to exhibit
a true and correct statement of the affairs of the Board, according to the best of my information and the
explanations given to me and as shown by the books of the Board.      J
A. N. MOUAT,  C.A.,
Comptroller-General, Province of British Columbia.
Victoria, B.C., Mag 27th, 1921,. N 30 British Columbia. 1924
APPENDIX A—Continued.
TRADING  ACCOUNT   FOR  THE   PERIOD
TO STOCK ON HAND, SEPTEMBER 30th, 1923  '.  $2,089,118 90
„   MERCHANDISE  PURCHjYSED       3,875,184 94
„   OPERATING  COSTS :
WAREHOUSES :
Salaries  $ 48,354 81
Rent      7,110  33
Insurance            4,463 73
Telegraph and telephone :  581 59
Light, water, and fuel   1,641  54
Depreciation :  3,479 97
Sundries            6,596 44
 $ 72,228 41
VENDORS :
Salaries  $142,100 85
Rent       29,743 56
Insurance     9,309 88
Telegraph and telephone          1,793 30
Light, water, and fuel          6,263 38
Depreciation     4,421 50
Sundries   (including alterations and  repairs)           17,495 78
 211,128 25
 283,356 66
„   HEAD  OFFICE   EXPENSES:
Administrative salaries $ 39,139  32
Travelling expenses  5,715 21
Interest on advances   24.S47 05
Rent    .'  1,900 00
Telegraph and telephone  1,243 58
Light, water, and fuel   75 00
Printing and stationery  9,331 82
Postage  2,860 80
Bank  charges    160 07
Guarantee bonds  423 97
Depreciation      1,333 06
Sundries   633 63
  87,663 51
$6,335,324 01
„   BALANCE TRANSFERRED TO PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT      1,652,213 06
$7,987,537 07 15 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
N 31
OCTOBER  1st,  1923,  TO  MARCH 31st, 1924.
BY LIQUOR  SALES    $5,973,461 08
Less discounts to druggists   $     949 30
,,     Vendors'   breakages     12,110 27
,,     Vendors' shortages    231 89
,,     burglary and theft  232 29
  13,523 75
 $5,959,937 33
„   FIRE  ADJUSTMENT   (NET)         119,314 65
„   OTHER INCOME:
Bank interest  '.  $1,018  07
Premium and exchange        292 92
Rents       5,263 61
Miscellaneous        4,429 56
  11,004 16
„    STOCK ON HAND AS  PER  INVENTORY   -, -  -----    1,897,280 93
$7,087,537 07 N 32 British Columbia. 1924
APPENDIX A—Continued.
PROFIT AND  LOSS  ACCOUNT  FOR THE
TO  SECRET   SERVICE -EXPENSES      $ 93,687 21
„   MAINTENANCE  OF PRISONERS           3,459 80
 $     97,147 01
„   BALANCE, NET PROFIT FOR  SIX MONTHS ENDED MARCH 31sr, 1924      1,634,601 70
$1,731,748 71
APPROPRIATION
TO RESERVE  FUND     $  70,124' 98
„   CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND      666,187 26
„   CONSOLIDATED   REVENUE   FUND   IN   AID   OF   HOSPITALS   AND   INSTITUTIONS       199,856  18
„    SUNDRY MUNICIPALITIES ,    466,331 08
 $1,402,499  50
„   BALANCE   CARRIED TO  BALANCE-SHEET         1,634,601  70
$3,037,101 20
The  profits  for  six  months  ended  March  31st,   1924,   represented  on  the  Appropriation Account  as
balance carried to Balance-sheet, have subsequently been distributed as follows :—
To Reserve Fund    $     81,730 09
„   Consolidated  Revenue         776,435 81
,,   Consolidated Revenue in aid of Hospitals and Institutions         232,930 74
,,    Sundry Municipalities            543,505 06
$1,634,601 70 15 Geo. 5 Report of Liquor Control Board. N 33
PERIOD  OCTOBER  1st,  1923,  TO  MARCH 31st, 1924.
BY BALANCE FROM TRADING ACCOUNT FOR SIX MONTHS ENDED MARCH 31st, 1924  $1,652,213 06
„   WAREHOUSE  LICENCES    $60,000 00
„   CLUB   LICENCES           5,450  00
„   TAXES  REALIZED  UNDER   SECTION 55       14,085  65
 79,535  65
$1,731,748  71
ACCOUNT.
BY BALANCE   BROUGHT   FORWARD    $1,402,499  50
„    NET PROFIT  FOR  SIX MONTHS ENDED MARCH  31st,  1924         1,634,601 70
$3,037,101 20 N 34
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APPENDIX A—Continued.
Confiscated Liquors taken into Stock and paid jjor, October 1st, 1923, to March 31st, 1924,
under Section 69, " Government Liquor Act."
Date taken
into Stock.
Brand.
Quantity.
Price
(less Charges).
Oct. 11.
„ 11.
„ 11.
„ 12.
„ 12.
„ 12.
„ 12.
„ 12.
„ 12.
„ 12.
„ 12.
„ 12.
„ 12.
„ 15.
„ 15.
„ 15.
„ 15.
„ 15.
„ 15.
„ 15.
„ 15.
„ 15.
„ 15.
„ 15.
„ 15.
„ 15.
„ 15
„ 15.
„ 15.
„ 15.
„ 15
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„ 15.
„ 15
„ 15
„ 15
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„ 18.
„ 18.
„ 18.
„ 18.
„ 18.
„ 26.
„ 29.
Not.    9,
„ 20.
„ 20.
Jan. 30.
„ 30.
„ 30.
Feb. 25.
„ 25.
„ 25.
„ 25.
„ 25.
„ 25.
„ 25.
„ 25.
„ 25.
Mar.   8.
■    „ 8.
Beer    	
Beer    -	
Phoenix Beer 	
G. & W. Rye	
Whyte & McKay	
Walker's Red Label	
Canadian  Club 	
Corby's Special Selected	
Gordon's Dry Gin	
Hennessy Brandy 	
Bell's   Perth   Scotch   	
Canadian  Club 	
G. & W. Special	
G. & W. Special	
Dewar's Extra  Special   (I.Q.)
Martell Brandy 	
P. & G. Champagne	
Sparkling Moselle 	
Catto's 15-year Whisky	
Rainier Beer 	
Teacher's Highland Cream	
Black & White	
Mumm's  Champagne 	
Dewar's  Special  	
Extra Special, Dewar's 	
Old Hermit Bourbon	
Dewar's Special 	
Haig  &  Haig	
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Bell's Perth 	
Walker's Rye   —
Gordon's  Dry  Gin	
Rainier Beer	
Mui Kwei Lu  	
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Walker's Red Label	
Hiram Walker's Rye	
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U.B.C. Beer 	
Vancouver Ale   	
Silver Spring Stout	
Silver Spring Ale	
Silver Spring Beer -	
Teacher's Highland Cream	
Silver   Spring   Beer	
Convido Port 	
Heather Dew Scotch	
B.C. Special Rye	
Victoria Phoenix Beer 	
Cascade Beer 	
Old English Ale	
Nelson Beer 	
Mitchell's Irish (I.Q.)	
De Kuyper's Red (I.Q.)	
Heather Dew Scotch	
Gordon's Dry  Gin  -	
Walker's Red Label	
Hill's Bourbon   '	
Old Taylor Bourbon	
Black & White	
Catto's Scotch	
Majestic Rye 	
18
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22
bots.
9
bots.
96
bots.
120
bots.
12
bots.
168
bots.
132
bots.
24
bots.
36
bots.
95
bots.
4
bots.
2
bots.
60
bots.
29
bots.
50
bots.
1
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1
bot.
2
bots.
100
bot.
6
bots.
6
bots.
1
bot.
24
bots.
24
bots.
23
bots.
9
bots.
22
bots.
14
bots.
3
bots.
3
bots.
3
bots.
63
bots.
1
bot.
13
bots.
2
bots.
9
bots.
36
bots.
3
bots.
79
bots.
12
bots.
29
bots.
9
bots.
8
bots.
1
bot.
97
bots.
1
bot.
10
bots.
12
bots.
115
bots.
12
bots.
3
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9
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1
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1
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1
bot.
11
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9
bots.
6
bots.
7
bots.
4
bots.
1
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42
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British Columbia.
1924
APPENDIX A—Continued.
Confiscated Liquors taken into Stock and paid for, October 1st, 1923, to March 31st, 1924,
under Section G9, " Government Liquor Act "—Continued.
Date taken
into Stock.
Brand.
Quantity.
Price.
(less Charges).
Mar.    8	
3 bots.
4 bots.
7 bots.
384 bots.
5 bots.
96 bots.
3 bots.
1 bot.
1 bot.
1 bot.
6 bots.
3 bots.
120 bots.
5 bots.
6 bots.
12 bots.
1 bot.
3 bots.
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8	
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,    26	
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Greer's O.V.H	
L.C.B.  Scotch  	
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2 10 bot.
,     26	
,    27	
2 40 bot.
,    27	
,    27	
2 40 bot.
2 40 bot.
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1  60 bot.
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81 bot.
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B. & W. Scotch	
Gordon's Dry Gin	
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Old Orkney Scotch             	
2 45 bot.
,    31	
,    31	
,    31	
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1 90 bot.
80 bot.
80 bot.
2 50 bot.
D. R. MACFARLANE,
Chief Accountant. 15 Geo. 5
Beport op Liquor Control Board.
N 43
APPENDIX B.
Summary of Prosecutions under the " Government Liquor Act."
Disposition.
Description of Offence.
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109
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1,650
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8,700
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10,300
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48
71
3,550
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7,560
00
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Consuming liquor in a public place
47
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22
17
1,225
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850
00
2,075
00
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42
342
649
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00
9,510
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39,210
00
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permit has been cancelled	
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47
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4,850
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Summary of Prosecutions under the " Government Liquor Act "—Continued.
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5,390 00
50 00
Section Si (2).
Interdict   having  in  his  possession
liquor	
Section 11.
Refusing   information   as   to   source
of supply 	
Section, IS.
Interdict refusing information as to
source of supply	
Totals	
450 00
50 00
50 00
2,106
10
167
570
901
548
$47,760 00
$29,420 00
$77,180 00
.
• 15 Geo. 5
Beport op Liquor Control Board.
2J 45
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police (Section 111).
Section 1.2.—Allowing Permit to he used by Another Person.
Disposition.
Electoral District.
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1
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Totals	
2
2
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Section lit.—Holding of mOre than One Permit.
Slocan :
Balance of district..
50 00
50 00
Section 22.—Illegal Issuance of Prescription.
Vancouver :
City  of  Vancouver..
50 00
50 00
Section 26.—Selling or offering Liquor for Sale; giving Liquor for Consideration;
or keeping Liquor for Sale.
exposing
Alberni:
Balance of district	
Atlin :
Balance of district	
Cariboo :
Balance of district	
Chilliwack:
Balance of district	
Comox :
City of Cumberland	
City of Courtenay	
Balance of district	
Cowichan :
Municipality of N. Cowichan..
Cranbrook :
City of Cranbrook	
Balance of district	
Dewdney :
Balance of district	
Fernie :
City of Fernie	
Balance of district	
Fort George :
Balance of district	
Greenwood :
City of Greenwood	
Kamloops :
City of Kamloops..	
Balance of district	
Kaslo :
Balance of district......	
Carried forward..
63
13
11
1
1
47
$     100 00
50  00
I
$      100  00
50 00
$       150 00
$     150 00 N 46
British Columbia.
1924
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section 26.—Selling or offering Liquor for Sale; gwing Liquor for Consideration;   exposing
or keeping Liquor for Sale—Continued.
Electoral District.
Disposition.
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Nanaimo :
Balance of district	
Nelson :
City of Nelson	
Balance of district....,	
North Okanagan :
City of Vernon	
Balance of district	
New Westminster :
City of New Westminster	
Balance of district	
North Vancouver :
City of North Vancouver	
Omineca :
Balance of district	
Prince Rupert :
City of Prince Rupert	
Balance of district	
Similkameen :
Municipality of Penticton	
South Okanagan :
City of Kelowna	
South Vancouver :
Municipality of S. Vancouver.
Trail:
City of Trail	
Vancouver :
City  of Vancouver	
Victoria :
City of Victoria	
Balance of district ,	
Yale:
City of Merritt	
Balance of district	
Totals -	
63
1
8
1
39
161
13
48
47
4 3
1
6 23
3 4
2
1
1 4
109
150 00
150 00
$ 1,500 00
1,500 00
150 00 I $ 1,500 00
1,650 00
Section 28.—Purchasing or attempting to purchase Liquor; taking Liquor for Consideration.
Cranbrook :
1
1            1
1            1
..    1     ..[...
1
1
1
4
3
$        50 00
200 00
50 00
200 00
200 00
$        50 00
onn nn
Delta :
1     1     i
11   .. [   .. ! ...
1       1       1
3 1     . .   !     . .    1        3
Lillooet:
1
1
Nelson :
1
I
4
3
i            1
••    I     ••   1        1
..    |     ..    |    ...
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     |           50 00
New Westminster :
City of New Westminster	
I
  ]         200 00
     I         200 00
Carried foncard	
14
10
$      700 00
  | $      700 00
1 15 Geo. 5
Beport op Liquor Control Board.
N 47
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly7 Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section 28.—Purchasing or attempting to purchase IAquor; taking Liquor for Consideration—
Conrtinued.
Disposition.
Electoral District.
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Prince Rupert:
14
1
1
1
1
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8
4
10
'    i
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13
1
170
$      700 00
50 00
50  00
50 00
700 00
50  00
$  8,700 00
$ 700 00
50 00
Richmond :
Municipality of Richmond
South Vancouver :
Municipality of S. Vancouver-
Trail :
City of Trail	
Vancouver :
City of Vancouver	
50 00
50 00
9,400 00
50 00
Totals	
210
9
4
27
170
$ 1,6-00 00
$ 8,700 00
$10,300 00
Section 31.—Possession of Liquor unsealed.
Comox :
Balance of district	
Cranhrook:
Balance of district	
Delta:
Municipality of Surrey	
Municipality of Langley	
Dewdney :
City of Port Moody	
Fernie :
City of Fernie	
Balance of district 	
Nanaimo :
City of Nanaimo 	
New Westminster :
City of New Westminster	
Balance of district -	
North Vancouver :
City of North Vancouver	
Municipality of W. Vancouver.
Prince Rupert:
City of Prince Rupert	
Balance of district „	
Richmond :
Municipality of Richmond	
Vancouver:
City of Vancouver... 	
Victoria :
City of Victoria 	
Balance of district	
Yale:
City of Merritt	
Balance of district	
Totals..
132
10
10
2
11
48
64
1
200 00
75 00
325 00
500 00
50 00
550 00
200 00
75 00
250 00
150 00
50 00
175 00
100 00
550 00
50 00
100 00
50 00
100 00
$ 3,550 00
50 00
100 00
350 00
100 00
3,300 00
110 00
4,010 00
$  200 00
75 00
375 00
500 00
50 00
550 00
200 00
75 00
S50 00
350 00
100 00
150 00
50 00
175 00
100 00
3,850 00
50 00
100 OO
160 00
100 oo
$ 7,560 00 N 48
British Columbia.
1924
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section 32.—Consuming Liquor in a Public Place.
Electoral District.
Disposition.
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Atlin :
Balance of district	
Comox :
Balance of district	
Cranhrook :
Jlty of Cranbrook	
Delta :
Municipality of Surrey	
Fernie :
City of Fernie	
Fort George :
Balance of district	
Nelson :
City of Nelson	
New Westminster :
City of New Westminster..
Richmond :
Municipality of Richmond..
Saanich :
Municipality  of  Saanich....
Municipality of Oak Bay....
Similkameen :
Municipality of Penticton....
South Okanagan :
City of Kelowna	
South Vancouver :
Municipality of Burnaby....
Vancouver:
City of Vancouver	
Balance of district	
Victoria :
City of Victoria	
Balance of district	
Yale :
City of Merritt	
Totals	
14)
1
5
1
47
1
12
22
17
$   50 00
50 00
100 00
175 0O
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
100 00
200 00
50 00
150 00
1,225 00
200 00
50 00
600 00
50 00
50 00
100 OO
175 00
50 00
200 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
650 00
100 00
200 00
50 00
150 00
$  850 00
2,075 00
Section 33.—Drunk in a Public Place.
Alberni:
City of Alberni	
City of Port Alberni	
Atlin :
Balance of district	
Cariboo :
Balance of district	
Chilliwack :
City of Chilliwack	
Municipality of Chilliwack..
Balance of district	
Columbia :
Balance of district	
Comox :
City of Courtenay	
City of Cumberland	
Balance of district	
Carried forward...
1
3
42
16
9
2
3
15
4
6
17
118
19
2
34
14
8
1
10
3
6
12
90
75 00
1,700  00
600 00
350 00
50 00
400 00
30O 00
300 00
575 00
4,350 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
150  00
$      300 00
50  00
75 00
1,700 00
600 00
400 00
IOO 00
400 00
300 00
300 00
725 00
4,650 00 15 Geo. 5
Beport of Liquor Control Board.
jN 49
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section 33.—Drunk in a Public Place—Continued.
Electoral District.
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Cowichan:
City of Duncan	
Municipality of N. Cowichan..
Balance of district	
Cranbrook:
City of Cranbrook	
Balance of district	
Delta :
Municipality of Surrey	
Municipality of Langley	
Dewdney:
Municipality of Mission	
Municipality of Coquitlam	
Balance of district	
Esquimalt:
Municipality of Esquimalt	
Fernie :
City of Fernie	
Balance of district	
Fort George :
City of Prince George	
Balance of district 	
Greenwood :
City of Greenwood	
Balance of district 	
Kamloops :
City of Kamloops	
City of Salmon Arm	
Balance of district -	
Kaslo :
City of Kaslo	
Balance of district	
Lillooet:
Balance of district	
Nanaimo :
City of Nanaimo	
Balance of district	
Nelson :
City of Nelson	
Newcastle :
City of Ladysmith	
Balance of district	
North Okanagan :
City of Enderby	
City of Vernon	
New Westminster :
City of New Westminster	
North Vancouver :
City of North Vancouver	
Municipality of N. Vancouver.
Municipality of W. Vancouver
Balance of district	
Omineca :
Balance of district	
Carried forward..
118
1
1
12
26
9
40
1
4
11
27
3
1
7
78
6
1
1
2
14 |
509 |
19
29
2
2
2
1
1
14
12 J
85
90
7
38
1
10
3
28
5
5
1
1
8
3
11
37
13
346
39
1
1
$ 4,350 00
225 00
50 00
64
300 00
850 00
37-5 00
1,900 00
50 00
200 00
400 00
300 00
50 00
500 00
200 00
175 00
100 00
125 00
1,250 00
275 00
225 00
25 00
50 00
300 00
100 00
500 00
250 00
100 00
50 00
20O 00
1,725 00
250 00
50 00
75 00 j
600 00 ?
$16,175~00
30O 00
100 00
100 00
50 OO
50 00
25 00
175 00
150 00
100 00
1,700 00
50 00
50 00
$ 4,650 00
225 00
50 00
300 00
950 00
475 00
1,900 00
50 00
200 00
450 00
350 00
50 00
500 00
200 00
175 00
100 00
125 00
1,275 00
275-00
225 00
25 00
50 00
475 00
100 0O
650 00
250 00
100 00
50 00
300 00
3,425 00
300 00
50 00
50 00
75 00
600 Oil
$ 2,850 00 $19,025 OO N 50
British Columbia.
1924
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly7 Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section 33.—Drunk in a Public Place—Continued.
Electoral District.
Disposition.
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Prince Rupert:
City of Prince Rupert	
Balance of district	
Revelstoke :
City of Revelstoke 	
Richmond :
Municipality of Richmond	
Municipality of Point Grey	
Rossland :
City of Rossland  	
Saanich :
Municipality of Oak Bay	
Municipality of Saanich	
Similkameen :
Municipality of Penticton	
Balance of district	
Slocan :
Balance of district	
South Okanagan :
City of Kelowna	
South Vancouver :
Municipality of S. Vancouver.
Municipality of Burnaby	
Trail:
City of Trail	
Balance of district	
Vancouver :
City  of Vancouver	
Balance of district	
Victoria :
City of Victoria	
Balance of district	
Yale:
City of Merritt :	
Municipality of Kent	
Balance of district	
509
63
23
20
2
1
3
11
12
9
10
6
18
3
3
47*
80
1
14
Totals..
1,274
12
42
85
20
3
1
185
342
340
29
16
124
1
54
1
64
13
137
649
23:!
$16,175 00
1,350 00
775 00
225 00
100 00
50 00
150 00
50 00
200 00
300 00
325 00
450 00
525 00
200 00
325 00
100 00
150 00
-5,075 00
50 00
2,375 00
50 00
100 00
100 00
500 00
829,700 00
$" 2,850 00
575 00
7-5 00
200 00
50 00
60 00
50 00
275 00
5,175 00
$ 9,510 00
$19,025 00
1,925 00
850 00
425 00
100 00
50 00
200 00
50 00
200 00
300 00
385 00
450 00
525 00
250 00
600 00
100 00
150 00
10,250 00
50 00
2,575 00
50 00
100 0O
100 OO
500 00
$39,210 00
Section So.—Supplying Liquor to  a Minor.
Chilliwack :
City of Chilliwack	
Balance of district 	
Dewdney :
Balance of district	
Fernie :
City of Fernie	
Prince Rupert:
Balance of district	
Similkameen :
. Municipality of Penticton...
Carried forward..
1   I
2   |       3
$      200 00 |
200 00 15 Geo. 5
Beport of Liquor Control Board.
N 51
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section So.—Supplying Liquor to a Minor—Continued.
Disposition.
Electoral District.
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South Okanagan:
Citv of Kelowna	
Vancouver:
6
2
6
2
1
1
i
i-
2
3
2
5
1
1
$     200 00
100 00
250 00
50  OO
$        50 00
$     200 00
100 00
250 00
Balance of district 	
Yale:      "
100 00
17
1
o
2
11
1
$      600 00
$        50 00
$      650 00
Section 37.—Supplying Liquor to a Person Wltose Permit has been cancelled.
Similkameen :
Municipality of Penticton..
50  00
50 00
Section 38.—Supplying Liquor to an Interdicted Person.
Chilliwack:
Municipality of Chilliwack
Omineca :
1
3
1
1
1
3
1
1
$        50 00
50 00
$     so qo
Trail:
Citv of Trail	
Vancouver:
City  of Vancouver	
50 00
Totals	
6
1
3
2
$      100 00
$      100 00
Section bl.—Improper Use of Permit.
Atlin :
Balance of district
Comox:
City of Cumberland..
Balance of district....
Fort George :
Balance of district....
Omineca :
Balance of district....
Prince Rupert:
Balance of district....
Totals	
1
$      150 00
75 OO
200 00
50 00
300 00
50  00
$     825 00
$      150 00
75 00
200 00
50 00
300 00
50 00
$     825 00
Section 42.—Permitting Drunkenness; giving Liquor to a Person under the.
Influence of Liquor.
Columbia:
1
1          1
1|    ..   1
I          1
2|    ..   |
1           1
1
..   |   ...   |
1           1
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11...
$
50 00 |        	
50 00 |        	
$
50 00
Cranbrook :
50 00
Carried foncard
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$
100 00 |
1
$
100 00 N 52
British Columbia.
1924
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section 42.—Permitting Drunkenness; giving Liquor to a Person under the
Influence of Liquor—Continued.
Disposition.
Electoral District.
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Delta :
3
2
o
3
9
9
1
1
1
1
9
1
i
1
1
2
2
2
3
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
$      100 00
400  00
100 00
200 00
50  00
125 00
50  00
25 00
50 00
50  00
$      100 00
$      100 00
400 00
Fernie :
100 00
Nanaimo :
•    200 00
Balance of district	
Newcastle:
50 00
125 00
Similkameen :
Municipality of Penticton........
50 00
South Okanagan :
25 00
Trail:
City of Trail	
50 00
Vancouver:
100  00
Victoria :
City of Victoria	
50 00
^               Totals	
21
i
2
16
2
$  1,150 00
$      100 00
$  1,250  00
Section 43.—Keeping or consuming Liquor in any Part of an Inn other than a
Private, Guest-room.
Chilliwack :
City of Chilliwack	
Columbia :
Balance of district	
Cowichan :
City of Duncan	
Cranbrook :
City of Cranbrook	
Balance of district	
Delta :
Municipality of Langley	
Fernie :
City of Fernie	
Balance of district	
Nelson :
City of Nelson	
New Westminster :
City of New Westminster..
Omineca:
Balance of district	
Similkameen :
Balance of district	
Trail:
City of Trail	
Balance of district	
Vancouver:
City of Vancouver	
Yale:
Balance of district	
Totals	
46
15
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
3
39
.$      250 00
50 00
350 00
250 00
900 00
50 00
70 00
50 00
50  00
100 00
100 00
50  00
50  00
150 00
50  00
2,470  00 | $
50 00
250
00
50
00
350
00
250 00
900
00
50
00
70
00
100
00
50
00
100
00
100
00
50
00
50
00
150
00
2,520
00 15 Geo. 5
Beport of Liquor Control Board.
T$ 53
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section 44-—Keeping or having Liquor on Premises of Person engaged in selling
Non-intoxicating Beverages.
Electoral District.
Disposition.
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Alberni:
City of Alberni	
Comox :
City of Cumberland	
Balance of district	
Cowichan :
City of Duncan	
Municipality of N. Cowichan..
Cranbrook :
City of Cranbrook	
Balance of district ,	
Delta :
Municipality of Surrey	
Dewdney :
City of Port Coquitlam	
Balance of district	
Fernie :
City of Fernie	
Nanaimo :
Balance of district	
New Westminster :
City of New Westminster	
North Vancouver :
City of North Vancouver	
Prince Rupert:
City of Prince Rupert	
Revelstoke :
City of Revelstoke	
Similkameen :
Balance of district	
Slocan :
Balance of district	
South Vancouver:
Municipality of Burnaby	
Trail:
City of Trail	
Balance of district	
Vancouver :
City of Vancouver	
Victoria :
City of Victoria	
Balance of district	
Totals	
97
11
36
46
47
100 00
150 00
2-50 00
50  00
50  00
75 00
200 00
50  00
275 00
50 00
100 00
150 00
100 00
150 00
50 00
50  00 I
50  00
100 00
450 00
100  00
$      100 00
150 00
250 00
50 00
50 00
75 00
200 00
50 00
275 00
2,300 00
50 00
100 00
250 00
100 00
150 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
100 00
2,750 00
2,450 00 | $  2,400  00
 I	
| $ 4,850 00
I	
Section  45-—Canvassing,  Advertising,   etc.
Cowichan :
City of Duncan..
50 00
50 00 N 54
British Columbia.
1924
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section 4&-—Selling or dealing in Beer or Near-beer.
Electoral District.
Disposition.
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Alberni:
City of Port Alberni	
Chilliwack :
City of  Chilliwack	
Municipality of Chilliwack	
Delta:
Municipality of Surrey	
Municipality of Delta	
Dewdney :
City of Port Moody	
Municipality of Maple Ridge...
Balance of district	
Nanaimo:
City of Nanaimo	
New Westminster :
City of New Westminster	
Balance of district	
Prince Rupert:
City of Prince Rupert	
Richmond:
Municipality of Point Grey	
Rossland:
City of Rossland	
Saanich :
Municipality of Saanich	
Similkameen :
Municipality of Penticton	
Balance of district	
South "V ancouver :
Municipality of S. Vancouver.
Trail:
City of Trail	
Vancouver :
City of Vancouver	
Balance of district	
Victoria :
City of Victoria	
Yale:
Balance of district	
Totals..
1
6
2
89
2
9
1
155
1
1
1
12
1
1
16
33
93
$        50 00
100 00
1,000 00
90 00
100 00
50 00
800 00
1,050 00
$  1,150 00
1,000 00
50 00
100 00
1,000 00
90  00
100 00
50 00
1,950 00
2,050 00
$  3,240 00
$  2,150 00
$ 5,390 00
Section 55 (2).—Failure to report Liquor.
North Okanagan :
City of Vernon..
:
I
50 00
$        50 00
Section 57 (2).—Interdict having in his Possession Liquor.
Delta:
i     I
ii .. | ..
i
2|    ..   |    ..
2
i
$
100 00
$
100 00
$
100 00
Nelson :
100 00
Carried forward
1           1
2!
i
$
100 00
$
100 00
$
200  00 15 Geo. 5
Beport of Liquor Control Board.
jN 55
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section 57 (2).—Interdict having in his Possession Liquor—Continued.
Disposition.
Electoral District.
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Brought forward	
North Okanagan :
3
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
$     100 00
50 00
50  00
100 00
50  00
$      100 00
$     200 00
50 00
New Westminster :
50 00
Omineca :
Balance of district	
Similkameen :
100 00
Trail:
City of Trail	
50 00
Totals	
9
1
7
1
$     350 00
$      100 00
$     450 00
Section 71.—Refusing Information as to Source of Supply.
Kaslo :
1
1
1
1
1
1
$
$
Similkameen :
50 00
50 00
Trail:
City of Trail ,
Totals	
3
1
1
1
$
50 00 |        	
1
$
50 00
Section, ~3.—Interdict refusing Information as to Source of Supply.
South Okanagan :
City of Kelowna.,
50 00
50 00 N 56
British Columblv.
1924
APPENDIX C.
Regulations made by the Eiquqr Control Board during the Period April 1st, 1923,
to March 31st, 1924.
Reg. No.
Subject.
O.C. No.
B.C. Gazette Reference.
21	
Hours of Sale at
519
1048
41
82
194
Vol. LXIIL, No. 18, page 1294.
Vol. LXIIL, No. 35, page 2601.
Vol. LXIV.,  No. 3, page 97.
Vol.  LXIV., No. 4, page 149.
Vol. LXIV., No. 7, page 377.
22	
Regulation No. 21.
For the purpose of carrying into effect the provisions of clause (e) of subsection (2) of section
109 and of section 10 of the " Government Liquor
Act," being chapter 30 of the Statutes of British
Columbia, 1921, the Liquor Control Board makes
the following regulation, to be known as Regulation
No. 21 of the regulations of the Liquor Control
Board.
In accordance with the provisions of clause (e)
of subsection (2) of section 109 and of section 10
of the " Government Liquor Act," the hours during
which Government Liquor Stores shall be kept
open for the sale of liquor shall be as hereunder
provided:—
1. At the Government Liquor Stores as numbered
and situate in the following localities the hours
shall be:—
On every week-day, other than Saturday and
the regular weekly half-holiday, from 10 a.m. to
12 noon and from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m.
■On every Saturday, from 12 noon to 8 p.m.
On every weekly half-holiday, from 9 a.m. to
1 p.m.
Electoral  District.   Store No. Situate at
Chilliwack        1 Abbotsford.
Yale   2 Ashcroft.
Atlin      4 Atlin.
Comox   5 Campbell River.
Similkameen    ....   6 Coalmont.
Comox    8 Cumberland.
Dewdney 11 Coquitlam.
Cowichan    12 Duncan.
Greenwood    14 Greenwood.
Grand Forks1  .... 15 Grand Forks.
Columbia    17 Invermore.
Kaslo 18 Kaslo.
Similkameen    ....19 Keremeos.
Delta   22 Langley Prairie.
Lillooet   23 Lillooet.
Newcastle 24 Ladysmith.
Delta   25 Ladner.  .
Fort George 26 McBride.
Dewdney 27 Mission.
Fernie 28 Michel.
Similkameen .....37 Princeton.
Fort  George   ... .38 Pouce Coupe.
Alberni    40 Port Alberni.
Alberni    42 Parksville.
Cariboo 43 Quesnel.
Rossland 44 Rossland.
Omineca    46 Smithers1.
Kamloops   48 Salmon Arm.
Prince Rupert ... 52 Terrace.
Cariboo   63 Williams Lake.
Electoral District. Store No. Situate at
Cranbrook    64        Yahk.
Cranbrook    66        Kimberley.
Atlin   67        Alice Arm.
Esquimalt 68 Esquimalt.
2. At the Government Liquor Stores as numbered and situate in the following localities the
hours shall be :—
On every week-day other than Saturday, from
10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
On every  Saturday, from 12 noon to 8 p.m.
Electoral District. Store No. Situate at
Chilliwack      7        Chilliwack.
Cranbrook       9        Cranbrook.
Comox 10        Courtenay.
Fernie   13        Fernie.
Columbia    16        Golden.
South   Okanagan. 20        Kelowna.
Kamloops   21        Kamloops.
Yale 29        Merritt.
North  Vancouver.30        North Vancouver.
New Westminster 31        New Westminster.
Nanaimo 33        Nanaimo.
Prince   Rupert   . . 35        Prince Rupert.
Fort George 36       Prince George.
Similkameen    ... .39 Penticton.
Revelstoke    45        Revelstoke.
Trail    51        Trail.
Vancouver    53        Vancouver.
(808 Pender St. W.)
Vancouver    54        Vancouver
(219 Hastings St. E.)
Vancouver    55 Vancouver
(758 Powell St.)
Vancouver    56        Vancouver
(602 Robson  St.)
Vancouver    57        Vancouver
(65 Cordova St. E.)
Vancouver    58        Vancouver
(847 Beatty St.)
Vancouver   .... i . 59        Vancouver
(1213 Granville St.)
Victoria    60        Victoria
(709 Johnson St.)
Victoria     61        Victoria
(Humboldt  St.)
North    Okanagan. 62        Vernon.
3. At the Government Liquor Stores as numbered and situate in the following localities the
hours  shall  be :—
Comox 41 Powell River.
On every week-day, other than Saturday, from
10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
On every  Saturday, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. 15 Geo. 5
Beport of Liquor Control Board.
N 57
APPENDIX C—Continued.
Atlin-   47
On   every  week-day,
Stewart,
other  than   Saturday  and
p.m.
a.m.
to
from 12 noon to 8 p.m.
Ocean Falls,
other than Saturday,  from
the  regular weekly   half-holiday,   from  10  a.m.  to
12 noon,  and  from 1 p.m.  to 7 p.m.
On every  Saturday, from 11 a.m. to 7
On  every  weekly  half-holiday,  from  9
I p.m.
Delta 49        South Westminster.
On every week-day, other than Saturday, from
8 a.m. to 12 noon and from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.
On every Saturday, from 8 a.m. to 12 noon and
from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Islands    50        Sidney.
On every week-day, other than Monday and'
Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and from 1.30
p.m. to 7.30 p.m.
On  every Monday,  from 9 a.m.  to  1  p.m.
On every Saturday, from 12 noon to 8 p.m.
Dewdney 65        Maillardville.
On every week-day, other than Wednesday, from
12 noon to 8 p.m.
On every Wednesday, from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Atlin      3        Anyox.
On every week-day, other than Wednesday and
Saturday,  from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
On every Wednesday, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
On every Saturday, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Nelson 32        Nelson.
On every week-day,  other than  Saturday, from
II a.m. to 7 p.m.
On every Saturday,
Prince Rupert  ... 34
On every week-day,
11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
On every -Saturday, from 12 noon to 8 p.m.
4. Provided that on every week-day preceding a
Statutory holiday the hours during which Government LiquoP Stores shall be kept open for the sale
of liquor shall be the same as the hours- shown in
this Regulation for the sale of liquor on every
Saturday.
Regulation No. 22.
1. The application for a Club licence shall be in
the following form :—
"GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT."
(Provincial Arms.)
Application for Club Licence.
We hereby make application for a licence for the
[full name of  Club],  of ,   British  Columbia.
Dated at                   , British Columbia, this
day of                    , a.d.  192     .
(Signature of applicant)  	
And such application shall be accompanied by n
statutory declaration in the following form :—
British Columbia. 1    " Government Liquor Act."
)" (Sec.  25a.)
I. , of , British Columbia   [occupa
tion], do solemnly declare:—
(1.) I am [official position of declarant] of the
[name of Club], operated as a [designation of purposes
for which Club is carried on] Club on the premises
known as [street number], in [city or toivn] of British
Columbia.
(2.) Particulars of the said Club, covering ownership, Incorporation, purposes, premises, membership,
and conduct, are as follows :—
(a.)  Full name of Club
(b.j   Date of incorporation, if incorporated
(c.)   If incorporated, state under what Statute
(r7.) If unincorporated, so state, and give full
Christian names, surnames, addresses, and occupations
of proprietors ■'.   [If space insufficient, set out
all names on separate sheet and attach hereto.] .
(e.)   State   purposes   for   which   Club   is   carried   on
(f.) State premises on which Club is now carried
on [street number] [city or town] [lot number]
[block, number].
(g.)  Are   premises   owned   in   fee-simple   by   Club?
(7i.)   If not owned in fee-simple, give particulars of
tenancy :—
Owner  of premises
Lease :    Dated
Name of landlord
Name of tenant
Rental dollars per month.
Duration of lease
(i.)   What other business is carried on in the building in which the Club premises are contained?
(j.)   Particulars of membership :—
Honorary members
Privileged members
Ordinary  members  in  good standing
(7c.)   Particulars  of Club premises:—
Number of rooms
Number of furnished bedrooms
Has   the   Club   a   dining-room   in   which   meals
are regularly served to members ?
If   so.   approximate   number   of   meals   served
daily
(I.)   Is   liquor   or   beer   allowed   on   Club   premises?
If allowed,   on  what  part  of Club premises  is
liquor kept?
Is there a bar on Club premises?
If  so,   is  liquor  or  beer  kept  in  or  near  said
bar?
Are there any lockers in said premises in which
members are allowed to keep liquor or beer?
If so, state number of lockers
Are such lockers used by more than one member?
Does the Club derive any revenue from rental
of lockers ?
Does the Club derive any revenue for serving
liquor or beer ?
If so,  state  revenue  derived  in  1923 from :—
(a.)   Rental of lockers
(b.)   Serving liquor or beer
State methods by which this revenue is derived
(TO.)   The officers of the Club are as follows :
in.) Attached hereto is a true copy of the last
balance-sheet of the said Club.
(o.) Attached hereto is a copy of the Constitution
and By-laws of the said Club.
(3.) The foregoing particulars are, to the best of
my knowledge and belief, true in substance and in
fact.
And I make this solemn declaration conscientiously
believing it to be true, and knowing that it is of the
same force and effect as if made under oath and by
virtue of the " Canada Evidence Act."
Declared before  me  at"
, British Columbia, this day of
, a.d. 192    .
A Notary Public for British Columbia.
A Commissioner for taking Affidavits
within British Columbia.
A Stipendiary Magistrate for British
Columbia.
A  Justice  of  the Peace  for  British
Columbia.
2. Every Club licence shall be in the following
form:—
$  (Provincial Arms.) No	
" GOA'ERNMENT LIQUOR ACT."
Club Licence.
This is to certify that [full name of Club], kept or
operated for whose Club premises are situate
at   [number]    [street]    [city],   British   Columbia,   on
Lot ,   Block ,   Map ,   having
made   application   in   the   prescribed   form,   is   hereby
granted a Club licence under the provisions of section N 58
British Columbia.
1924
APPENDIX C—Continued.
25a of the " Government Liquor Act," being chapter
30 of the Statutes of British Columbia, 1921, in respect
of  the   said  Club  premises.
This licence expires at midnight of the 31st day of
December, a.d.  192. . ..
Issued at Victoria,  British Columbia,  this	
day of a.d.  192. . ..
LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD.
N.B.—This licence is not transferable, nor shall the
said [name of Club] allow any other person or Club
to use  this  licence.
3. (a.) The annual fee which shall accompany
every application for a Club licence shall be the
amount set out in paragraph  («»)  hereof.
Said licence fee shall not be divisible and shall
relate only to each calendar year.
In the event of a Club licence being suspended
or cancelled, or if a Club licence ceases to exist,
no part of the said licence fee shall be refunded.
(5.) No licence shall be issued to any Club
whose Club premises, in whole or in part, are
contained in any building used for an hotel, inn,
restaurant, boarding-house, lodging-house, or apartment-house.
(c.) No liquor other than the bona fide property
-of a member of the Club shall be kept on the
premises of the Club.
(d.) All liquor, the bona fide property of members of the Club, shall be kept in separate lockers
on the premises of the Club, which lockers shall be
secured by lock and key, and each of such lockers
shall be legibly marked on the outside thereof with
the member's name.
(e.) No member of a Club entitled to keep
liquor in his locker shall allow any other member
of said Club to keep any liquor therein.
(/.) Every Club shall keep and maintain within
the Club a complete register of the members thereof, which said register shall disclose a complete
list of the names, identity, and address of each
member of the Club, and such register shall be
open for inspection at all reasonable times to any
Inspector  or  Constable.
(g.) Every Club shall keep and maintain within
the Club a complete register of guests admitted to
or upon the Club premises, which said register
shall disclose a complete list of the names, identity,
and address of each guest admitted at any time
into or upon the said Club premises, and such
register shall be open for inspection at all reasonable times to  any  Inspector or  Constable.
(Ti.) Every Club shall, on or before the 1st day
of February in each calendar year, furnish the
Board with a list of officers of the Club for such
calendar year, and if any change occurs during
the calendar year in such officers by reason of
death, resignation, or otherwise, the Club shall
forthwith notify the Board in writing of such
changes.
(«.) Every Club shall, on or before the 1st day
of February in each calendar year, furnish the
Board with a complete list of its servants who
have any control over the liquor of the members
of the Club, or who are engaged in serving liquor
to members, and when and so often as any change
occurs in any calendar year in the names of such
servants, the Club shall forthwith notify the Board
in writing of such  change.
(j.) Every Club shall, on or before the 1st day
of February in each calendar year, furnish the
Board with a copy of its balance-sheet for the
preceding year.
(7c.) Any Inspector or Constable shall, for the
purpose of preventing or detecting any violation of
any of the provisions of this Act, at all reasonable
times, have the right to enter into any and every
part of the Club premises, and to make such
searches in any part of the Club premises as he
may think necessary for the purposes aforesaid,
and for any such purpose aforesaid may, with
such assistance as he deems necessary, break open
any door, lock, or fastening of such premises or
any part thereof, or of any locker, closet, cupboard,
box, or other receptacle which might contain liquor.
(7.) No Club licensed under the provisions of
this Act shall have any right to demand or receive
a grant or renewal of its licence as a matter of
legal claim or vested right, and the keeping or
operation of Clubs, in so far as the same relates
to the " Government Liquor Act," is hereby expressly declared to be permitted or carried on,
subject always to the intended exercise of further
and other restrictions and regulations than those
contained and set forth in this Act, or to suppression or prohibition, and to such other or increased
fees as the case may be.
(in.) Scale of Fees.—Social Clubs, annual
licence fee, $100.
Athletic, Recreational, Amusement Clubs, annual
licence  fee,  $50.
Fraternal and Benevolent Clubs, annual licence
fee, $50.
Educational or other Clubs having similar purposes,  annual licence fee, $50.
4. (a.) The entrance or membership fee and the
annual subscription or dues fixed by the constitution and by-laws of the club shall be bona fide and
reasonable, having regard in every case to the aims
and objects of the club, its membership, and the
circumstances and conditions under which it exists, is conducted or carried on:
(b.) No person shall be entitled to be registered
as a guest of any member of a club for more than
fourteen (14) days in the aggregate in any calendar year:
(c.) No club shall be entitled to charge or receive from any member thereof, or from the guest
of any such member any fee in excess of three
cents (3c) for each service of liquor to such member or guest. Such fee shall be paid by tickets
to be printed and issued by the club. Each of
such tickets shall have printed thereon the full
name of the club, and the amount of money represented thereby. All tickets shall be sold to and
purchased by the members of the club from the
secretary or other duly authorized official of the
club. No ticket which has been used shall be reissued or resold to any member:
(d.) The rental or fee to be charged or fixed
for use of a locker in every club shall be not
less than the sum of twenty-five cents (25c) per
month :
(e.) Every club shall keep a true, accurate and
separate account of all moneys received by the
club for service fees for serving liquor to any member or guest of such member, and of all moneys
received from the rental of lockers:
(/.) The books and accounts of the club shall
be open at all reasonable times to the inspection
and audit of the auditor of the Board, who shall
be entitled to make copies thereof or extracts therefrom. 15 Geo. 5
Beport of Liquor Control Board.
N 59
APPENDIX  C—Continued.
Price-lists (Orders in Council) passed during the Period April 1st, 1923, to March 31st, 1924.
Price-list.
O.C. Xo.
Approved.
Remarks.
Xo.  1
2
3
4
5
No
No,
No
No,
No
423
517
518
542
625
700
740
781
855
856
886
983
999
1140
1188
1285
1360
1375
1423
1430
1448
1502
168
235
581
676
741
822
1051
1250
1284
1376
18-4-23
28-4-23
28-4-23
5-5-23
30-5-23
10-6-23
27-6-23
4-7-23
18-7-23
18-7-23
26-7-23
11-8-23
14-8-23
24-9-23
5-10-23
7-11-23
27-11-23
30-11-23
10-12-23
11-12-23
15-12-23
28-12-23
18-2-24
22-2-24
15-5-23
12-6-23
27-6-23
7-7-23
29-8-23
19-10-23
6-11-23
30-11-23
356
4-4-23
520
28-4-23
582
15-5-23
675
12-6-23
739
27-6-23
821
7-7-23
430
20-4-23
583
15-5-23
738
27-6 23
1141
24-9-23
Amendment.
Amendment.
Cancelling previous lists
and bringing into force
new price-list.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Cancelling   price-list.
Amendment. /
N 60                                                  British Columbia.
1924
APPENDIX  C—Continued.
Price-list 'No. 1.
Description.
Gal.
Imp. Qts.
Rep. Qts.
16 Oz.
8 0z.
Scotch Whisky.
$7 20
6 50
7 00
5 75
7 20
6 50
0 50
7 00
5 25
6 00
6 00
6 50
6 00
6 50
6 75
$4 75
5  00
3 50
4 00
4 25
4 75
4 25
3 75
3 75
4 00
3 75
4 90
4 25
4 50
4 00
5 50
4 90
4 40
4 50
4  75
4 25
4 50
5 50
4 75
4 00
4 00
4 75
4 90
3 75
4 25
4 25
4 75
3 75
4 25
4 25
4 00
4 25
4  75
4 00
3 50
4 00
4 00
4 25
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 50
4 00
4 50
4 25
4 50
.   4 50
4 50
4 00
3 75
3 75
4 75
4 50
3 75
$2  50
2  25
2  75
2 75
2 75
$1  30
Begg's Gold Cap 	
Ben   Edin   	
Caledonia   .-.	
$21  75
Catto's  Gold Label
Chivas  Regal  	
Dewar's Extra Special	
Dewar's Special  _	
Dawson's Special 	
Doctor's Special 	
D.C.L. 20 Xr. Old, Very Rare 	
Grant's Best Procurable  	
Greer's O.V.II.
Whiteley's House of Lords	
Haig & Haig   	
Hepburn & Ross' Perfection 	
Johnnie Walker's Red Label	
King George Top Notch 	
Long  John   	
L.C.B.  Scotch	
L.C.B.   Catto's   	
21  00
23 00
23 00
25 00
23 00
L.C.B. Whyte & McKay   	
L.C.B. Grant's Best Procurable 	
L.C.B. Hill Thompson	
McDonald's  Glenlivet	
McDonald's Extra Special 	
McDonald & Muir's Special 	
Millburn     	
McCallum  Perfection   	
Old Orkney 	
Old Mull 	
Rob Roy 	
Royal Household 	
Sheriff's  V.O	
• 15 Geo. 5
Beport of Liquor Control Board.
N 61
APPENDIX  C—Continued.
Price-list No. 1—Continued.
Description.
Gal.
Imp. Qts.
Rep. Qts.
16 Oz.
8 0z.
Scotch Whisky-—Continued.
$6 25
$4 25
4 00
3 75
4 00
4 00
4 50
4 75
4 30
4 25
4 25
4 65
5 25
4 50
4 25
4 50
4 25
4 00
4 50
3 50
3 50
3 75
4 50
4 00
3 50
3 25
3 00
3 00
2 75
3 25
3 50
3 25 .
3 75
3 00
3 35
3 50
3 50
	
	
3 75
8 50
3 50
4 50
4 00
3 50
4 50
5 25
4 50
4 50
	
	
	
$2 00
	
	
	
	
	
2  00
	
	
	
Pints.
2 25
1 75
	
2 25
2  25
Usher's G.O.IL                                                        	
	
7 20
Vat   69                                           	
	
6 50
Wee Scot      	
Irish Whisky.
Burke's XXX
6 50
	
	
6 00
Dublin                       	
	
	
	
Mitchell's XXX                                            	
Rye Whisky.
B.C. Liqueur D.D.                                                         	
5  25
B.C.   Special    h,                                                          	
4 75
	
B.C. Special  (bulk, 2 years)   	
$17  50
..  ..
19 no    I
B.C. Special XXX
4 75
5 10
4-50
5 00
5 00
5 50
5 25
5 00
6 00
Corby's   Special   Selected	
	
	
G. & W	
,
G. & W. Special     	
	
	
	
L.C.B.  B.C.   Special   (2  years)   	
	
	
	
Seagram's   (bulk)	
	
21  50
19 50
Walker's   Club       	
	
	
L.C.B.  Rye  	
	
	
1  15
Bourbon  Whisky.
Big Hollow	
% Pts.
Cutter's   Draught    -	
21 00
Old   Crow  	
<   5  25
I    32 oz.   [
1
1  15
	 N 62
British Columbia.
1924
APPENDIX  C—Continued.
Price-list No. 1—Continued.
Description.
Gal.
Imp. Qts.
Rep. Qts.
Bottle.
Half-
pints.
Gin.
$4 75
4 75
4 75
4 50
	
Rep. Qts.
3 75
4 75
4 00
0 00
4 25
3 50
3 50
3 50
4 25
3 75
4 50
4 25
$3 75
3 50
3 50
4 25
3 50
3 25
3 75
3 50
3 50
3 50
3 50
3  50
3 25
3 50
3 50
3 25
3 25
3 25
3 00
3 00
	
3 25
3 25
8 50
3  50
3 75
4 50
Pints.
2 50
2 50
2 50
$4 25
2 50
1  40
5  00
3 25
1 50
16 Oz.
2 25
Bottle.
4 75
3 00
1 35
16 Oz.
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 50
	
Booth's Old Tom                                          	
Booth's Old Tom (17 U.P.I       ..            	
$20  00
20 00
Booth's High & Dry   (17 U.P.)  	
Booth's High & Dry 	
B. & N. Red 	
B. & N.  Green  ..                                     	
B. & N. Violet 	
Gilbey's  Old  Tom	
8 0z.
L.C.B. Booth's High & Dry 	
L.C.B. Old Tom 	
L.C.B. B. & N. Geneva    	
17  00
L.C.B. Moleher's	
L.C.B. Gin 	
	
$1  10
Melcher's 15 U.P	
18 00
Wolff's Schnapps  :  	
Brandy.
Brillett's Eau de Vie 	
Imp. Qts.
Godet 1852 	
L.C.B. Godet  Gal., $20 00
L.C.B.   Magnier   	
Ol Or m
ooo
1  00
1  00
L.C.B. Renault 	
L.C.B.  Brandy  	
1  00
I   25
Martell's XXX	
Magnier Bulk   Gal., $20 00
Mounie D	
Mounie D, 12 Yr. Old 	
Renault XXX	
Renault Bulk Gal.,  $20 00 15 Geo. 5
Beport of Liquor Control Board.
N 63
APPENDIX  C—Continued.
Price-list No. 1—Continued.
Description.
Gal.
Imp. Qts.
Rep. Qts.
16 Oz.
8 0z.
Rum.
$5  25
6 00
4 50
3 75
6 00
4 50
3 75
6 75
$3 00
3 50
4 00
3 00
2 50
4 00
3 00
2 50
3 25
3 00
3 75
3 00
3 00
4 50
1  75
1  35
90-
1 25
$2 40
2 00
2 40
2 00
Quarts.
1  50
1  00
1 40
1 75
2 00
1 50
4 00
5 25
5 25
2 25
1  30
1 00
1   00
85
90
1  25
1 50
90
2 35
3 50
1  00
75
1 10
2 40
1 25
1 25
1 50
2 35
2 40
1 25
2 50
2 50
Demerava   (35 O.P.)                                       	
$23 00
17 50
14 00
23 00
17 50
14 00
$1  35
1  10
1  35
1  10
Edwin  Charley  V.S.O.                               	
Navy O.V.R.                                                      	
Wines.
Burgundies   (Still) :
Pints.
L.C.B.   Australian	
5 50
85
85
Champagnes :
2 75
2 75
2 75
Clarets:
50
50
60
Pontet Canet	
80
3 75
Ports :
Concord  .-.	
6 00
Golden   Crest	
Gonzales' One Eagle  ;	
Gonzales' Two Eagle 	
Gonzales' Medium Pull 	
Gonzales'  Old Tawney   	
Graham Red Port	
5  10
7 00
Kopke's Victoria	 N 64
British Columbia.
1924
APPENDIX  C—Continued.
Price-list No. 1—Continued.
Description.
Gal.
Imp. Qts.
Rep. Qts.
Quarts.
Pints.
Wines—'Continued.
Ports—Continued.
	
$1 25
90
1  15
1  25
1  50
1  00
4 25
4 25
4 00
Bottle.
3 75
4 00
4 00
4 25
4 00
4 50
3 50
5 00
4 25
3 25
3 50
4 00
4 25
$1 00
2 40
90
1  50
90
1  25
1 25
1 00
3 00
3 25
2 75
1 75
1  25
1 90
1 85
1  35
1  00
1 00
1  60
1 10
6 00
	
L.C.B. Gonzales' Three Eagle 	
$0  60
$3 75
St.  Vista Port            	
3 25
Sparkling Wines :
2 00
Sacramental  Wine :
4 00
Sauternes :
50
70
50
4 50
Sherries :
8 GO
6 00
3  75
Duff Gordon 	
5 50
6 00
Liqueurs.
2 00
3 50
3 50
3 00
	
	 15 Geo. 5
Beport of Liquor Control Board.
N 65
APPENDIX  C—Continued.
Price-list No. 1—Continued.
Description.
Gal.
Imp. Qts.
Bottle.
Quarts.
Pints.
Liqueurs—Continued
Maraschino	
Neissen's Bittermint 	
Orange Bitters	
Ross Apricot Brandy  	
Ross Blackberry  Brandy   	
Ross Cherry Brandy  ,
Ross Gin	
Vermouth Noilly Prat -	
Vermouth Martini & Rossi  	
Vermouth Aselmo 	
Vermouth  Bailor    	
Westminster Apricot  Brandy  	
Westminster Blackberry Brandy 	
Westminster Cherry Brandy	
Vodka   	
Cocktails :
Silk Hat,  Vermouth   	
Silk Hat,  Martini	
Silk Hat,  Manhattan   	
L.C.B.  Manhattan   	
L.C.B. Martini	
Scazarac Manhattan	
Scazarac. Martini    	
Wynand & Fockink :
Half & Half   (Curacoa & Bitter)
Punch au Rhum	
Punch au Whisky 	
Cherry Brandy 	
Creme de Menthe   	
Advokaat 	
Tjiqueur  Imperial   (Yellow)   	
Liqueur Imperial   (Green)   	
Hubertine	
Cumin   (Allash)	
Royal Orange  (Ex. Dry)	
Apricot Brandy	
Curacoa Orange  	
Curacoa Orange Triple Sec. 	
Creme de Cocoa 	
Eau de Vie du Cap	
Anisette    '.	
Curacoa Orange  ;	
Chinese Wine.
Mui Kwai Lue  	
Ng Ka Py 	
Ngor  Mi  	
Ng Ka Py Old 	
Sam  Ching	
Japanese Wine.
Hakutsuru   	
Kiki-Jirushi	
Kiki-Masamune	
Sakuru Masamune	
Taku-Masamune   	
$3
2
4
4
4
4
4
1
2
2
75
50
00
00
75
25
25
50
00
50
2 00
4 50
4 40
4 25
4 50
00
00
00
00
00
0.0
00
25
25
50
00
00
00
00
75
25
25
5 25
5.0
1 50
1 25
90
1 00
1 50
1 00
1 25
1 50
Pints.
Splits.
$0 80
80
$0 65
1 25 N 66
British Columbia.
1924
APPENDIX  C—Continued.
Price-list No. 1—Continued.
Description.
Gal.
Imp. Qts.
Quarts.
Pints.
Splits.
Ale and Stout (Imported).
Per Dozen.
Bass' Ale :
Rep. Qts.
$4 50
4 75
$7 25
7 25
5 60
Pints.
3 25
3 50
	
$4 25
4 25
4 25
4 25
4  25
4 25
2 50
3 30
16 Oz.
3 20
	
.T. P. O'Brien & Co.                                              	
Blood, Wolfe & Co.                                       	
$2  75
Guinness'   Stout:
E. & J.  Burke                                                 	
2 75
J.  P. O'Brien              	
2  75
2  75
Rlood. Wolfe & Co.     ..       	
2 75
Winnipeg Ale :
Munich and Pilsener Beer :
h!/co7joL
Non-potable  (05 O.P.)   	
Pure Grain  -	
Gal.
Gal.
Gal.
21b.
1 lb.
$24 00
27  50
36 00
9 50
5 00
Imp. Qts.
$6 25
7 00
SOz.
1  50
1  60
Price-list No. 2.
Price of Liquor to Druggists for Sale by them under Section 21 and Subsection   (1)   of Section 51
of the " Government Liquor Act."
Liquor shall be sold to druggists from Government Liquor Stores, to be used by them under the
provisions of sections 21 and 51 of the " Government Liquor Act," at the same prices as are shown
on Price-list No. 1, subject to a discount of 10 per cent.
No discount to be allowed on the price of alcohol to druggists. 15 Geo. 5
Beport of Liquor Control Board.
N '67
APPENDIX  C—Continued.
Price-list No. 3.
Schedule Selling-price for Ale  (Pints).
Vancouver Breweries, Limited; Westminster Brewery, Limited; and Rainier Brewing Company,
Limited.
No.
Place.
Dozen.
Bottle.
No.
Place.
Dozen.
Bottle.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
is.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30
31
Abbotsford   	
Ashcroft   	
Anyox	
Atlin     	
Campbell  River ..
Coalmont    ....
Chilliwack   	
Cumberland   	
Cranbrook     	
Courtenay    	
Coquitlam	
Duncan   	
Fernie  	
Greenwood   	
Grand Forks    	
Golden    	
Invermere 	
Kaslo 	
Keremeos   	
Kelowna —
Kamloops —
Langley Prairie -
Lillooet -	
Ladysmith   	
Ladner   	
McBride   	
Mission   	
Michel 	
Merritt   	
North Vancouver
New  Westminster
$2 50
2 60
2 60
4 00
2 60
2 70
2 50
2 60
2 75
2 00
2 50
2 50
2 75
2 80
75
60
50
75
50
50
85
50
$0 25
25
25
35
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
40
40
25
25
32	
33	
34	
35	
36	
37	
38	
39	
40-—
41	
42	
43	
44	
45	
46	
47	
48—
49	
50	
51	
52	
53-59
60, 61
62	
03	
64	
65	
60	
67	
68	
69	
I
Nelson 	
Nanaimo   	
Ocean  Falls  	
Prince  Rupert  	
Prince  George  	
Princeton   	
Pouce  Coupe  	
Penticton	
Port  Alberni  	
Powell River   	
Parksville 	
Quesnel  	
Rossland 	
Revelstoke   	
Smithers  	
Stewart    	
Salmon Arm  	
South Westminster   ..
Sidney    	
Trail   	
Terrace    	
Vancouver Stores  (7)
Victoria Stores   (2)   ..
Vernon	
Williams Lake   	
Yahk   	
Maillardville   	
Kimberley 	
Alice Arm  	
Esquimalt 	
Oliver   	
40
70
60
85
70
00
70
50
70
00
90
2 80
2 65
2 65
2 40
2 50
40
40
40
80
60
40
35
25
25
25
25
25
25
20
25
25
25
Silver Spring Brewery, Limited, and Victoria Ptvoeniw Brewery, Limited.
1	
$2 50
2 60
2 60
4 00
2 60
2  70
2 50
2 60
2  75
2  60
2 50
2 50
2  75
2 75
2 75
2 75
2 80
2  75
2  75
2  75
$0 25
25
25
35
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
.  25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
21
22
24
25
20
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
30
37
38
Kamloops :
S.S.   Brewerv
1
$2  60
2 40
2 50
2  75
2 50
2 50
2  85
2 50
2 85
2 75
2 40
2 40
2 75
2 40
2 70
2 60
2 85
2 70
4 00
2	
$0 25
20
3	
Victoria Phoenix ....
4	
Atlin   	
Lillooet	
6	
25
7	
Chilliwack    	
25
S	
McBride    	
Mission   	
Michel	
Merritt	
North Vancouver 	
New Westminster   	
25
9	
.-,~
10	
9 5
11	
25
12
13
14	
Greenwood	
25
15	
Nanaimo	
16	
17
Prince  Rupert  	
Prince  George  	
Princeton   	
Pouce  Coupe  	
25
IS	
19	
°5
20.—
o- N 68
Britispi Columbia.
1924
APPENDIX  C—Continued.
Price-list No. 3—Continued.
Schedule Selling-price for Ale  (Pints)—Continued.
Silver Spring Brewery, Limited, and Victoria Phoenix Brewery, Limited—Continued.
No.
Place.
Dozen.
Bottle.
No.
Place.
Dozen.
Bottle.
30
40	
renticton   	
$2 70
2 50
2 70
2 60
2 90
2  75
2 75
2  80
2 65
2 65
2 40
2 50
$0 25
25
25
05
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
51
52
53-59..
60, 61..
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
60
Trail    .„	
$2 75
2 75
2 40
2 40
2 75
2 85
2 75
2 40
2 80
2 60
2 40
2  75
$0 25
25
41	
Vancouver Stores   (7)..
Victoria Stores   (2)   ....
25
42
43	
Parksville  	
Quesnel  	
Rossland   	
25
25
44	
25
45
Yahk   ..
25
40
25   '
47	
25
25
49.   . ..
South Westminster   ....
25
50
Oliver                   .       . ..
25
Nelson Brewing Company.
14
15
18
Greenwood   	
Grand Forks 	
$2  25
2  25
2 10
2 00
$0 25
25
20
20
44
51
64
Rossland 	
Trail   	
Yahk    	
$2  10
2 10
2  10
$0 20
20
20
32
Nelson   	
Revelstoke Brewing Company.
16	
$2 40
2 40
$0
20
20
45
48
Revelstoke   	
$2 20
2 30
$0 20
17
20 15 Geo. 5      •                  Beport of Liquor Control Board.
N 69
x
APPENDIX   C—Continued.
Peice-list No. 3—Continued.
Schedule Selling-price for Beer.
Coast.
No.
Place.
Pints.
Qdaets.
Dozen.
Bottle.
Dozen.
Bottle.
1
o
3
4
5
6
7	
8
9
10
11	
12
13
14
15
10
17
18
19
20
21
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28	
29
30
31
32
33
34	
8»-	
36
37
38
39
40
41—-
*-	
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
$2 10
2  15
2 20
3 20
2  10
2 15
2  10
2  10
2  30
2  10
2  00
2  00
2 30
2 25
2 25
2 30
2 30
2 35
2 35
2  20
2  00
2  20
2 05
'2 40
2 00
2 00
2 50
2  10
2  30
2 25
2 00
2 00
2  25
2  00
2 20
2  15
2 35
2 15
3 50
2  20
2  10
2  20
2  10
2  60
2  30
2  20
2  35
2  15
2 20
2  00
2- 00
2 30
2  30
2  00
2 00
2 20
2 50
1
$0 20
20
20
30
20
20
20
20
20
2-0
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20.
20
20
20
20
25
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
30
20
20
20
20
25
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
2-0
20
20
20
20
25
$3 -50
3 75
3 75
5 35
3 50
3 75
3 50
3 50
3 85
3 50
3 50
"3 50
3 85
3 75
3 75
3 85
3 85
4 00
4 00
3 50
3  75
3 50
4 00
3 50
3 50
4 20
3 50
3 85
3 75
3 50
3 50
3  75
3 50
3 75
3 75
4 00
3  75
5 85
3  75
3 50
3 75
3 50
4 35
3 85
3 75
4 00
3  75
3 75
3 50
3 50
3 85
3 85
3.50
3 50
3 75
4 20
$0  30
35
35
45
30
35
30
30
30
30
30
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
30
35
30
35
30
30
35
30
35
35
30
30
35
30
35
35
35
35
50
35
30
35
30
40
33
35
35
35
35
30
30
35
35
30
30
35
35
Atlin	
Chilliwack    	
Greenwood     	
Kamloops fSilver Spring)       „
Lillooet -    	
Ladvsmith     	
McBride    	
Mission 	
Michel -
Merritt     i	
North Vancouver      	
Prince Rupert     	
Prince George    	
Princeton    	
Pouce Coupe  	
Powell River    — 	
Rossland - -
Salmon Arm	
50
51
52
53-59-
60, 61..
62
63
Sidney	
Trail  ,	
Williams Lake 	 «
N 70
British Columbia.
1924
APPENDIX   C—Continued.
Pbice-list No. 3—Continued.
Schedule Selling-price for Beer—Continued.
Coast—Continued.
*
No.
Place.
PlIJTS.
Quarts.
Dozen.
Bottle.
Dozen.
Bottle.
64
65
60
67
6S
69
Yahk   ..-..—                                            	
$2  30
2 00
2  40
2  20
2  00
2  25
•
$0 20
20
20
20
20
20
$3 85
3 50
4 00
3 75
3 50
3 75
$0 35
30
Maillardville   	
35
35
Esquimalt      	
Oliver   	
30
Fernie Brewery.
0
$2 00
2 00
2  20
2 20
2  10
2   15
2  10
$0  20
20
20
20
20
20
20
$3 50
3 50
3  70
3  70
3 50
3  60
3 50
$0 30
30
13
17
is	
28
64
60
35
35
Michel  - :	
Yahk	
30
30
Kimberley	
30
Cranbrook Brewery.
9
17
18
64
60
Cranbrook     	
$2  00
2  20
2  20
2 00
2  10
$0 20
20
20
20
20
$3 50
3 70
3 70
3 50
3 50
$0 30
35
Yahk     	
Kimberley      	
30
30
Nelson Brewery.
14
15
18
32	
44
51
64
Greenwood       	
$2  25
2 25
2  10
2  OO
2  10
2  10
2   10
$0  20
20
20
20
20
20
20
$3 75
3 75
3 50
3 50
3 50
3 50
3 50
$0  35
35
30
30
Rossland    	
Trail                  	
30
30
Y'ahk                  ....                                          	
30
Princeton Brewery.
6—
19-—
37	
$2  00
2  00
2 00
$0 20
20
20
$3 50
3 50
3 50
$0 30
30
30
Trail Brewery.
32
51	
$2 10
2  00
$0 20
20
$3 50
3 50
$0  30
Trail	
30
Revelstoke Brewery.
■
45
$2 00
$0 20
$3 50
$0 30 15 Geo. 5 Beport of Liquor Control Board. jN 71
APPENDIX  C—Continued.
Price-list No. 4.
Schedule Selling-price of Liquors for Use of Members of the Jewish Faith only.
Bottle.
Cognac   $3 50
Vishnick           3 OO
Vodka (90 per cent.)  .: -       3 00
Vodka (80 per cent.)       3 25
Madoc    -       1 75
Sauternes     .".       1 75
Alicante        2 00
Muscat          2 35
Pints. Quarts.
Carmel Brandy  (25 €.P.)           $2 60 ¥4 95
Carmel Brandy   (Proof)  5 75
Freidman's Brandy XXXXX   5 65
Carmel  Alicante    2 10
Carmel Port  2 10
Best Red Wine (Medoc)    2 05
Best White Dry Wine  (Sauternes)  2 15
Best Muscat  2 75
Carmel Alicante  (gal., $9.90).
Price-list No. G,
Schedule of Prices to be charged for Liquor in Case Lots and Bulk, sold in Bond to the Master, Agent,
or Accredited Representative of any Ocean-going Vessel for the Purpose of Ship's Stores only.
Scotch   Whisky.
Per Case.
Imp. Qts. Rep. Qts.
Ancient Highland Malt   $20 90
Ambassador    19 20
Black & White          $25 45 18 60
Begg's Gold Cap  :  31 35 21 00
Bonnie Briar     18 50
Bell's  Special Reserve     15 OO
Catto's Gold Label     16 45
Catto's Extra Special   28 95 20 55
Cream of Barley   17 20
Dewar's Special Liqueur    17 40
Dewar's Extra Special     20 40
Dawson's Curio     20 20
Dawson's  Special       16 60
Doctor's   Special      16 80
Grant's Standfast   15 60
Gilbey's Spey  Royal    23 35 15 70
Greer's  O.V.H  17 55
Heather Dew     15 00
Haig's   Dimple       21 75
Haig & Haig Five Star  18 75
House of Lords    17 40
Iona    16 35
King's  Liqueur    16 45
King George Gold Label  19 80
King George Top Notch   16 80
Long John  15 60
Millbum's    14 05
MacDonald & Muir  '.    16 45
Old  Orkney    24 25 16 45
Old   Mull  17 20
Old   Smuggler  18 00
Perfection    16 95
Queen Anne    19 00
Regal Liqueur     25 80
Rob Roy  17 05
Roderick Dhu  18 00
Rosculter   ..-..  17 05
Royal  Household  19 95
.Sandy  MacDonald  27 00 17 40 N 72 British Columbia. 1924
APPENDIX  C—Continued.
Price-list No. 6—Continued.
Schedule of Prices to be charged for Liquor in Case Lots and Bulk, sold in Bond to the Master, Agent,
or Accredited Representative of any Ocean-going Vessel for the Purpose of Ship's Stores only—
Continued.
Scotch Whisky—Continued. per Case.
Imp. Qts. Rep. Qts.
Sympathy     $ 18 60
Stodart's   R.O.H  17 05
Simpson's Blue Funnel            -  14 30
-Simpson's White Seal              15 00
Teacher's Highland Cream            ._.:  19 00
Usher's G.O.H  19 10
Usher's  O.V.G  16 45
' White Horse        $ 25 80 18 00
Walker's Black ..'. 24 85
Walker's  Red  18 40
Whyte &-McKay   17 30
Draft: Per Gal.
Catto's   Proof    '$ 8 35
Grant's  Proof  : :  11 20
Hill-Thompson  Proof  9 15
'                      Whyte & McKay Pi-oof -  9 75
Irish   Whisky. per Case.
Imn. Qts. Rep. Qts.
Burke's            $19 70 $13 20
Jameson's    16 60'
Mitchell's  20 05 13 45
Rye Whisky.
B.C.   Special              21 60 16 10
B.C. Three Star  11 20
B.C. Double Distilled            24 75 19 60
Canadian   Club               25 10 18 75
G. & W. Special           24 40 18 00
Louis Hunter             10 10
Seagram's *' 83"            28 10 17 40
Draft: Per Gal.
B.C.  2  Years  $5 80
Seagram's  7 95
American Whisky. per Case.
Imp. Qts. Rep. Q±s.
Cutter's      $19 45
Louis  Hunter Bourbon      12 60
Gin.
Booth's House of Lords              10 80
Booth's High  &  Dry              7 95
Booth's Old Tom  _. S 40
B. & N. Key          $ 9 SO 5 40
De  Kuyper's   -           10 00 5 55
Gordon's Old Tjm    6 85
Gordon's  Dry    7 35
Gilbey's Dry              7 45
Gilbey's Old Tom  7 45
Gilbey's  Plymouth               7 45
Holloway's   Dry     .        .... ... 9 60
Melchers           21 50 12 75
Old  Pensioner             —  7 70
Old Schiedem  7 80
Old Superior  10 10
Plymouth   (Coate's)                9 25
Wolff's  Schnapps    18 00
Draft: Per Gal.
Booth's High & Dry  $3 15
Booth's Old Tom —  3 15
B. & N  2 05
Melcher's  4 65 15 Geo. 5 Beport of Liquor Control Board. N 73
APPENDIX  C—Continued.
Price-list No. 6—Continued.
Schedule of Prices to be charged for Liquor in Case Lots and Bulk, sold in Bond to the Master, Agent,
or Accredited Representative of any Ocean-going Vessel, for the Purpose of Ship's Stores only—
Continued.
Per Case.
Brandy. Rep. Qts.
Courvoisier    -'  $18 00
Denis Mounie   ■■  19 00
Hennessey Three Star   15 75
Martell's Three Star   15 75
Draft: per Gal.
Magnier     $ 4 95
Renault's    ,  3 95
„ Per Case.
.                  Rum.                              Imp. Qts. Rep. Qts.
Brabant's  Proof           $12 50 $ 9 25
Brabant's R.S.  (15 U.P.)    8 20
E. Charley R.L. (15 U.P.)    10 95
E. Charley V.S.0  15 85
Draft: Per Gal.
Demerara 35 O.P  $ 2 95
Jamaica 35 O.P  3 45
Wines. Per Case.
Port Wine : Rep- Qts.
Commendator  $23 55
Convido  14 55
Concord  7 10
Graham's Red  :  15 60
Gonzales' One Eagle    10 45
Gonzales' Three Eagle  13 20
Gilbey's  Invalid    -  13 20
Kopke's  Victoria  14 65
Draft:                                                                        li Per Gal.
Gonzales' Old Tawny   $ 3 55
Gonzales' Medium Full  -  2 40
Tarragona    .....:  1 50
Per Case.
Sherry : Rep. Qts.
Amontillado     -  $23 30
Emperador      23 40
Gilbey's  Invalid    13 35
Gonzales' Fine Old Pale  (Blue)     12 40
Gonzales' Full Pale  (Red)  11 90
Solera  15 40
Draft:   ■ Per Gal.
Gonzales'     $ 3 40
Gonzales' Light Golden   4 15
Per Case.
Claret:                                                                                                        Rep. Qts. Pints.
Margeaux             $ 6 75 $ 8 20
Medoc               6 50 7 70
.St. Julien              7 60 8 65
Champagne  and  Sparkling Wine:
Moet & Chandon            39 50 42 25
Dry  Sparkling Burgundy    24 40
Still Wines:
Beaune     13 70
Componac  8 05
Emu   (Australian)     12 00
Graves  6 60
Haut  Sauterne    10 60
Olivier     8 40
Pommard      17 70
Rubicon           10 70 12 00
Sauterne                 9 40 10 60
Draft: Per Gal.
Emu        $ 3 80
9
40
13
45
7
70
12
00
9
60 N 74 British Columbia. 1924
APPENDIX  C—Continued.
Price-list No. 6—Continued.
Schedule of Prices to be charged for Liquor in Case Lots and Bulk, sold in Bond to the Master, Agent,
or Accredited Representative of any Ocean-going Vessel for the Purpose of Ship's Stores only—
Continued.
Liqueurs, etc.
Benedictine	
Angostura   Bitters	
Curacao    	
Creme de Cacao 	
Creme de Menthe  	
Kummel    :	
Maraschino   	
Creme de Cassis  v...
Cacao Chouac 	
Vermouth French 	
Vermouth   Bailor  	
Vermouth Martini Rossi 	
Orange  Bitters  	
Fockink   Rum   Punch   	
Fockink Whisky Punch 	
Westminster Cherry Brandy 	
Westminster Blackberry Brandy	
Westminster Apricot Brandy 	
Herring's Cherry Brandy 	
Ross Sloe Gin 	
Ross Apricot Brandy 	
Ross  Blackberry  Brandy  	
Gordon Sloe Gin  *.	
Per
Rep. Qts.
$27 85
Case.
Pints.
$30 00
18 00
14 40
11 20
14 30
10 80
12 25
10 80
9 50
7 80
10 00
6 50
12 50
14 30
14 30
15 60
16 95
18 60
22 35
15 40
13 95
20 40
8 05
Japanese Saki.
Per Case of 48.
Hakutsuru   $24 10
Sakuru Masamune   31 40
Kiki Jirushi    34 30
Kiki  Masamune  26 05
Chinese Wine.
Per Case of 50.
Mui Kwai Due   $14 85
Ng Ka Py   14 00
Per Case of 24.
Ngor Mi  $ 6 85
Ale and Stout.
Guinness: Per Case.
Burke's (quarts, 4 dozen to case)    $16 65     '
Burke's  (pints, 6 dozen to case)  15 20
Burke's  (nips, 5 dozen to case)     9 00
O'Brien's (pints, 6 dozen to case)    14 40
O'Brien's (nips, 10 dozen to ease)    18 60
Ross  (pints, 8 dozen to case)    20 20
Ross  (nips, 12 dozen to case)  21 25
Blood, Wolfe & Co.  (pints, 6 dozen to case)    15 30
Blood, Wolfe & Co. (nips, 10 dozen to case)    18 60
Bass :
Burke's (pints, 6 dozen to case)    13 80
Burke's  (nips, 5 dozen to case)     8 45
O'Brien's  (pints, 6 dozen to case)    14 85
Ross  ( pints, 8 dozen to'case) - 19 15
Blood, Wolfe & Co.  (pints, 6 dozen to case)    15 30
Blood, Wolfe & Co. (nips, 10 dozen to case)    18 60
Alcolwl.
Per Gal.
Alcohol, Pure Grain (65 O.P.)   $ 6 00
Alcohol, Non-potable  (65 O.P.)     2 15 APPENDIX C—Continued.
Sale of Liquob and Administbation of " Government Liquob Act," by Electoral Distbicts.
laplo Ridge .
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KZerieV::::::::::::
Y,hk            J
L*dDCr    	
, 15 Geo. 5
Beport of Liquor Control Board.
N 77
LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD
REPRESENTING THE   DISTRIBUTION   OF
ONE  DOLLAR OF REVENUE
LEGEND
Proborfior-v of Slock or>. HarvdJ
r€^y HosbtralAbbi-obriano^-Secl08(i)
Con\biloct   IrofTH   TKc   fsublisked   Accounts   of rke Board.
Period Abril l'/i923     te    M oi-ck 3isr/l 92 4  15 Geo. 5
Beport of Liquor Control Board.
N 79
APPENDIX  C—Continued.
Premises purchased, leasesd, and rented by Liquor Control Board as at March 31st, 1924.
Premises.
City or Town.
Lease.
Date of
Commencement.
Monthly
Rental.
Remarks.
Administrative  Offices.
Victoria:
411-417   and   423   Belmont
Building   	
407 and 408 Belmont Build
ing   	
Warehouses.
Victoria ....
Vancouver
Government Liquor Stores.
Abbotsford	
Ashcroft -
Anyox  	
Alice Arm 	
Chilliwack 	
Cloverdale 	
Courtenay    .'.,
Cranbrook   	
Cumberland    	
Coquitlam   	
Campbell River .
Coalmont 	
Duncan   	
Esquimalt	
Fernie   	
Grand Forks 	
Golden    -	
Greenwood    	
Invermere   	
Kamloops	
Kelowna   	
Keremeos 	
Kaslo   	
Kimberley	
Ladner 	
Ladysmith	
Lillooet 	
Langley Prairie
Merritt	
Maillardville 	
Mission   —	
Michel    	
McBride	
Nanaimo   	
Nelson   	
New Westminster
North Vancouver
Ocean Falls ....
Oliver 	
Parksville   	
Port Alberni ..
Prince George
1-6-28
1-10-23
1-7-21
-21
20-10-23
1-8-23
20-7-23
15-4-23
10-8-21
1-3-23
1-6-21
15-6-23
1-7-23
12-6-23
15-8-21
1-7-23
1-9-21
1-9-21
1-7-21
1-6-21
15-6-21
1-10-23
1-11-22
1-9-23
1-8-23
3 years
1 year
3 years
6 mos.
3 years
2 years
2 years
3 years
2 years
3 years
2 years
3 years
3 years
2 years
2 years
3 years
2 years
3 years
3 years
3 years
3 years
4 years
■ 3 years
2 years
2 years
2 years
$150 00
60 00
750 00
50 00
50 00
105 00
50 00
25 00
40 00
50 00
5'0 00
100 00
50 00
65 00
25 00
30 00
35 00
3'0 ,00
55'00
60 00
75 00
35 00
25 00
75 00
75 00
53 00
30 00
65 00
40 00
35 00
35 00
50 00
45 00
60 00
25 00
37 50
50 00
35 00
150 00
200 00
100 00
60 00
35 00
40 00
25 00
40 00
100 00
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
Purchased by Liquor Control Board.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
$25 up to 31-1-22.
$40 from 1-2-22.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
$45 up to  30-8-23.
$60 from  1-9-23.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
$100 1st yr., $125 2nd yr.,
$6'0  1st  yr.,   $65   2nd   yr.,
$75 4th yr.
Monthly tenancy.
$165 3rd yr.
$70  3rd yr., N 80
British Columbia.
1924
APPENDIX  C—Continued.
Premises purchased, leasesd, and rented by Liquor Control Board as at March 31st, 1924
Continued.
Premises.
City or Town.
Lease.
Date of
Commencement.
Duration.
Monthly
Rental.
Remarks.
Government   Liquor  Stores-
Continued.
Princeton    - ....
Prince Rupert   -
Pouce Coupe  	
Towell   River     	
Penticton 	
Quesnel    	
Revelstoke —	
Rossland	
Smithers     	
Stewart    —
South   Westminster   _
Salmon Arm	
Sidney	
Terrace	
Trail    	
Vancouver:
808 Pender Street W	
219 Hastings Street E	
758  Powell Street 	
602 Robson Street 	
847  Beatty  Street 	
65 Cordova Street E	
1213 Granville Street 	
Vernon  -
Victoria :
709 Johnson Street 	
No. 2 Belmont Block 	
No. 3 Belmont Block 	
Williams 'Lake   	
Yahk	
1-8-23
1-6-23
27-9-23
23-5-23
15-8-21
1-3-24
1-9-23
1-4-23
7-8-22
1-6-22
1-8-21
1-12-21
1-4-23
15-6-21
1-4-23
1-7-21
15-7-21
10-6-23
1-8-21
20-8-21
1-5-23
2 years
3 years
3 years
3 years
3 years
3 years
2 years
2 years
3 years
2 years
5 years
3 years
3 years
3 years
14 mos.
4 years
3 years
3 years
3 years
o years
2 years
$ 80 00
125 00
40 00
75 00
85 00
50 00
40 00
40 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
25 00
40 00
115 00
125 00
375 00
75 O'O
150 00
140 00
125 00
80 00
125 00
50 00
50 00
40 00
35 00
Monthly tenancy.
Purchased by Liquor Control Board.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
"125 1st yr., $150 2nd yr., $175 3rd yr.
"75 1st yr., $100 2nd yr., $100 3rd yr.
"■art of Government Liquor Warehouse.
"125 1st yr., $135 2nd yr., $150 3rd yr.
"125 1st yr., $175 2nd yr., $200 3rd yr.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
Instructions to Vendors, " Government Liquor Act."
Duties of Vendors.
The Vendor shall:—
(a.) Regulate and apportion the work amongst the staff provided, and supervise all matters
connected with the receiving and distribution of liquor on the premises of the Store
under his charge:
(5.) Take all necessary precautions for safeguarding liquor in stock, moneys, fixtures, equipment, and property of the Liquor Control Board under his control:
(c.) Conform to all instructions issued from time to time by the Liquor -Control Board
through the Secretary and the Chief Accountant relating to the nature and quantity
of liquor which may be sold at any one time, the price at which such liquor may be
sold, and the accounting for of all moneys received and disbursed by the Vendor on
behalf of the Board :
(d.) Make himself familiar with the provisions of the "Government Liquor Act" and the
Regulations, particularly in so far as they relate to the conduct and management of
Government Liquor Stores, and govern himself accordingly.
Conduct of Vendors and Employees.
Government Liquor Act'
shall be
Courteous service consistent with proper enforcement of the
the first consideration of every Vendor.
No Vendor shall countenance any laxity by any member of his staff in the proper carrying-out
of the provisions of the " Government Liquor Act" and the Regulations.
No Vendor or any member of his staff shall at any time or under any circumstances become
intoxicated or conduct himself in an unseemly manner. Any employee committing any breach of this
xegulation shall be instantly dismissed. 15 Geo. 5 Beport of Liquor Control Board. N 81
APPENDIX  C—Continued.
No Vendor or any member of his staff shall under any pretext whatsoever drink any liquor on
the Store premises.   Violation of this rule will result in instant dismissal.
Any Vendor is authorized to suspend any member or employee of his staff for misconduct, and
such employee whilst under suspension shall not be allowed on the premises of any Government Liquor
Store or Warehouse. An immediate report in detail of the circumstances leading to such suspension
to be made by the Vendor to the Secretary of the Liquor Control Board.
It must be clearly understood by every employee that, in the discharge of his or her duties, he
or she is personally responsible to the Liquor Control Board as well as to the Vendor for any breach
of the " Government Liquor Act" or the Board's Regulations and instructions.
ince of Permits.
(Note particularly Sections 11 to 25, and 36.)
Permits to be issued :—
Individual Liquor Permit Pee $2 00
Individual Malt Liquor Permit Fee    1 00
Special Permits as provided for in section 11,  (c)  and (d), and section
25—Druggists, Physicians, Dentists, Veterinai-ies, Persons in charge
of a Hospital or Sanatorium  Fee    2 00
Minister of the Gospel  * Fee    1 00
Applications for Special Permits as provided for in subsection (e) of section 11 to be forwarded
to the Board for approval.
Note.—No Individual Permit may be issued to: Any corporation, association, society, or partnership ; any minor; any Indian or interdicted person; a person whose permit has been cancelled, for
a period of one year from the date of cancellation.
Sale of Liquor.
(Note particularly Sections 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 27, 34, 35, 36, and 38, and Regulation No. 21.)
The provisions of section 10 and Regulation No. 21 governing the hours of sale must be strictly
adhered to, and no sales may be conducted in any other place or at any other time than as authorized
therein.
No liquor of any description may be opened or consumed on the Store premises.
No liquor may be sold to any person apparently under the influence of liquor.
No liquor may be sold to any minor except on a physician's .prescription.
No liquor may be sold to |iny Indian or to any interdicted person.
No liquor may be delivered to any person until: Purchaser has produced his permit for inspection,
signed the order stating the number of his permit, and the nature and quantity of liquor ordered; and
paid cash for the liquor.
All sales must be endorsed at time of purchase on the back of the permit.
All permits presented at Government Liquor Stores must be carefully scrutinized as to proper
ownership.
Discretion must be exercised as to the quantity allow§d to be purchased, with due regard to the
quantities and dates of previous purchases.
Accounting.
Separate instructions will be issued direct to each Vendor by the Chief Accountant and must
be strictly adhered to.
Requisitions.
Stocks of Liquor.—Ample notice shall be given by Vendors for such further supplies as are likely
to be required. 'Such requisitions shall be drawn on the prescribed form (No. 3) and forwarded to
the Supervisor of Stock, who will direct the Warehouse Managers regarding the filling of same.
Neck-seals.—Government neck-seals for sealing liquor, which are to be placed on all bottles, must
be kept under lock and key, and the Vendor will be held personally Tesponsible for their safe4ceeping.
Requisitions for further supplies to be made to the Chief Accountant.
Other Supplies.—Requisitions to be made to the Purchasing Agent on the prescribed form (No.
2), who will forward the same to the Liquor Control Board for approval.
General Instructions.
Interdictions.—The Board will notify Vendors of Orders of Interdiction, such Orders remaining
in force until an Order of Revocation has been issued.
Cancellation of Permits.—The Board will notify Vendors of Orders of Cancellation of Permits,
and no person whose permit has been cancelled may make application for a permit for a period of
twelve months from the date of such cancellation.
Store Premises.—General cleanliness in Store and Warehouse premises must be observed, and
all Store premises to which the public have access must be kept scrupulously clean and premises tidied
up after completion of business.
Every Vendor shall post in a conspicuous place, to which all employees have access, a copy of
these instructions.
By order.
May 21st, 1923. Liquor Control Board. N 82
British Columbia.
1924
APPENDIX  C—Continued.
■Statement showing Number oe Physicians issuing Prescriptions from April 1st, 1923,
to March 31st, 1924.
Month.
Vancouver.
Victoria.
Outside.
Totals.
Anril   	
1923.
47
31
27
28
25
22
24
31
34
29
26
28
25
18
17
13
18
19
15
22
15
14
16
19
33
20
26
10
14
16
21
24
21
14
16
17
105
May	
69
June    -	
70
July	
60
57
57
60
November             	
77
December           	
70
1924.
58
March            	
64
Totals 	
352
211
241
804
Statement showing Prescriptions fob Liquor issued by Physicians and honoured at Government Liquor Stores and Drug Stores throughout the Province from
April 1st, 1923, td March 31st, 1924.
Month.
Vancouver.
Victoria.
Outside.
Totals.
1923.
185
136
158
92
157
142
107
130
128
116
86
101
106
58
60
46
91
70
33
65
32
33
34
64
211
141
223
136
113
163
133
173
181
138
170
189
502
May              :..           	
335
443
Julv      	
274
361
375
273
368
341
1924.
287
290
354
1,538
692
1,973
4,203 15 Geo. 5
Beport of Liquor Control Board.
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APPENDIX   I).
Statement of Permits issued from April 1st, 1923, to March 31st, 1924.
Variety.
Number
issued.
Price.
Amount.
81,541
0.326
84
71
3
$2 00
1 00
2 0-0
1 00
2 00
$1 to $5
$163,082 00
6,326 00
Permits for Druggist,  Physician, Dentist, or Veterinary  	
Permits for Ministers of the Gospel 	
Permits for Persons engaged in Mechanical or Manufacturing Busi-
108 00
71  OOi
6 00
Special  Permits  (Banquets, etc.)   	
714 00
$170,307 00
VICTORIA,   B.C. :
Printed by Charles F.  Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1924.

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