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 ESTIMATES
OP   THE
REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE
OF   THE   PROVINCE   OF
BEITISH COLUMBIA
FOR   THE
FISCAL YEAR ENDING 31st MARCH
1925
PRINTED   BY
AUTHORITY  OF THE  LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.
VICTORIA,  B.C. :
Printed by William H. Cullin, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1923. ESTIMATED BEVENUE
FOR  THE
FISCAL. YEAE ENDING 31ST MAEOH, 1925
Estimated
for Fiscal Year
1923-24.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
$
21,500 00
3,500 00
8,000 00
$
33,000 00
$
100,000 00
3,000 00
16,000 00
200,000 00
2,000,000 00
135,000 00
75,000 00
35,000 00
350,000 00
80,000 00
]
,120,000 00
20,000 00
25,000 00
35,000 00
75,000 00
$4,269,000 00
$
8,000 00
3,500 00
12,000 00
54,000 00
$
77,500 00
$
29,150 00
190,000 00
419,666 00
100,000 00
$
738,816 00
CURRENT ACCOUNT.
Department of Agricuture:
Horticultural Inspection Fees and Licences	
Seed-grain Advances Refunds 	
Miscellaneous Receipts 	
20,000 00
2,000 00
9,000 00
Total, Department of Agriculture    $      31,000 00
Department of Attorney-General:
Court Fees and Fines   $    60,000 00
Dog Licences    3,000 00
" Fire Marshal Act "  •  	
" Game Act "—Fees, Licences, etc  200.000 00
" Government Liquor Act °  2,000,000 00
" Insurance Act "—Licences, Taxes, Fees  16,000 00
Joint-stock Companies, etc.—Registration Feas .... 80,000 00
Keep of Prisoners—Reimbursement   40,000 00
Land Registry Fees   350,000 00
Law Stamps  75,000 00
" Motor-vehicle Act "—Fees  910,000 00
"'Moving-pictures Act "—Fees  20,000 00
Sheriffs' Fees  25,000 00
Trade Licences   30,000 00
Miscellaneous Receipts    35,000 00
Total, Department of the Attorney-General	
Department of Education :
Examination Fees     $      9,000 00
Teachers' Examinations and Certificates  4,000 00
Normal Schools—Fees   21,000 00
Technical School—Rent   12,000 00
Technical School—Dominion Government Grant ... 	
3,884,000 00
Total, Department of Education
46,000 00
Department of Finance :
Dominion of Canada :
Annual Interest   $ 29,150 00
Annual Subsidy  190,000 00
A.nnual Grant per Capita   419,666 00
Annual Grant for Lands conveyed   100,000 00
Carried forward
$   73S,816 00 $ 3,901,000 00 14 Geo. 5
Estimates (1924-25).
I 3
Estimated
for Fiscal Year
1923-24.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
$   738,816 00
350,000 00
245,000 00
3,100,000 00
19,080 00
475,000 00
525,000 00
1,150,000 00
1,350,000 00
120,000 00
150,000 00
70,000 00
20,000 00
500 00
04,200 00
7,500 00
300,000 00
550,000 00
S0.000 00
50,000 00
600,000 00
$0,965,096 00
$ 26,000 00
$ 32,000 00
1,500 00
$ 33,500 00
$  17,000 00
100,000 00
350,000 00
11,000 00
100,000 00
1,350,000 00
1,150,000 00
400,0.10 00
140,000 00
10,000 00
$3,628,000 00
CURRENT ACCOUNT— Continued.
Brought forward
Department of Finance—Continued.
Amusements Tickets Tax	
Coal and Coke Tax 	
Fuel-oil and Gasolene Tax	
Income Tax and Personal Property Tax	
Interest:
" Dyking Assessments Adjustment Act" 	
Sinking Fund Investments	
Miscellaneous 	
Land Taxes:
Real Property  	
Wild Land, Coal and Timber Lands	
Mineral Tax	
Poll Tax  	
Probate Fees  	
Races Tax	
Rents, Miscellaneous  	
Rents, B.C. House, London, England	
Revenue Service Refunds	
Rural District School Taxes 	
Succession Duties  ;	
Trust  Deposits  reverted  to   the  Crown—Intestate
and Suitors' Funds 	
Unworked Crown-granted Mineral Claims—Taxes..
Miscellaneous Receipts  	
$   738,816 00 ? 3,961,000 00
300,000 00
225,000 00
800,000 00
2,850,000 00
19,080 00
500,000 00
675,000 00
1,050,000 00
1,000,000 00
135,000 00
150,000 00
60,000 00
5,000 00
1,000 00
7,000 00
600,000 00
55,000 00
600,000 00
Total, Department of Finance
Department of Fisheries :
Fishing and Cannery Licences, etc	
9,770,806 00
30,000 00
Department of Labour :
Dominion of Canada, Subvention
Elevator Inspection and Examination Fees, etc. ... S      1,000 OO
1,000 00
Department of Lands :
Grazing Rentals, Leases, and Fees   $     17,000 00
Land Revenue—Sundry    100,000 00
Land Sales  '  350,000 00
Survey Fees and Sale of Maps  12,000 00
Timber Leases   100,000 00
Timber Licences    1,250,000 00
Timber Royalties    1,600,000 00
Timber Sales  500,000 00
Water Rentals and Recording Fees  100,000 00
Miscellaneous Receipts   10,000 00
Total, Department of Lands        4,039,000 CO
Carried forward     $17,801,896 00 I 4
Estimates  (1924-25).
1923
Estimated
for Fiscal Year
1923-24.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
$
2,000 00
$
1,000 00
01,000 00
1,000 00
100,00) 00
$
163,000 00
$
15,000 00
10,000 00
5,000 00
85,000 00
20,000 00
1,500 00
10,200 00
1,800 00
200,000 00
2,000 00
$
350,500 00
$
36,000 00
3,500 00
16,500 00
5,000 00
4,500 00
1,000 00
$
66,500 00
$
4,000 00
50,000 00
500 00
$
54,500 00
$18,668,596 00
i '        	
$     16,000 00
S5,000 00
$   101,000 00
$187709,596 00
CURRENT ACCOUNT— Continued.
Brought forward      $17,801,896 00
Legislation :
Private Bills Fees  2,000 00
Department of Mines :
Bureau of Mines	
Free Miners' Certificates  	
Miners' Examinations and Certificates
Mining Receipts, General	
1,000 00
60,000 00
1,150 00
100,000 00
Total, Department of Mines
Department of the Provincial Secretary :
Colony Farm    	
Dominion Grant, Venereal Disease  	
King's Printer    $    35,000 00
Mental Hospitals    	
Marriage Licences	
Notaries Public and Commissioners' Fees	
Provincial Home, Kamloops  	
Vital Statistics, etc	
Tranquille Sanatorium and Farm 	
Miscellaneous Receipts  	
20,000 00
500 CO
1,800 00
1,C00 00
Total, Department of the Provincial Secretary
Department of Public Works :
Boiler Inspection and Examination Fees
Electrical Energy Inspection  	
Ferry Tolls 	
Government Property sold	
Wharfage and Dock Dues 	
Miscellaneous Receipts 	
40,000 00
1,500 00
20,000 00
1,000 00
10,000 00
15,000 CO
Total, Department of«Public Works
Department of Railways :
Inspection Fees   $      4,000 00
New Westminster Bridge Tolls  60,000 00
Miscellaneous Receipts   400 00
Total, Department of Railways
162,150 00
58,300 00
90.500 00
64,400 CO
Total, Current Account   $18,179,246
CAPITAL ACCOUNT.
Refunds of Capital Expenditures:
Charged to Income    $    95,000 00
Charged to Loans   85,000 00
Total, Capital n\.ccount
180,000 00
Total, Estimated Revenue for fiscal year 1924-25... $18,359,246 00 ESTIMATED EXPENDITURE
FOR   THE
FISCAL TEAR ENDING 31ST MARCH, 1925
SUMMARY
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
$J
,793,133 08
$
125,500 00
$
15,180 00
$
13,190 00
37,426 00
3,180 00
4,320 00
115,762 00
84,992 00
139,500 00
$
398,370 00
$
13,680 00
24,760 00
14,130 00
8,250 00
14,660 00
7,050 00
15,672 00
26,574 00
2,740 00
4,950 00
180,726 00
77,774 00
409,169 00
144,300 00
29,350 00
43,386 00
176,000 00
$1,193,171 00
CURRENT ACCOUNT.
Page.
1. Public  Debt        0-11
2. Legislation      11-12
3. Premier's Office           12
$ 3,800,733 08
125,500 00
14.6S0 00
Department op .Agriculture :
4. Minister's Office  	
5. General Office   	
6. Workshop and Shipping Office 	
7. Statistics 	
8-13. Horticultural Branch      14-15
14-19. Live Stock Branch    16-17
20-42.      Miscellaneous Grants, etc.  ..
13,160 00
3S.540 00
3,180 00
4,970 00
102,724 00
90,130 00
17-1S      145,750 CO
13
13
13
14
Total, Department of Agriculture
Department of the Attorney-General :
43. Attorney-General's Office  	
44. General Office  	
45. Joint-stock Companies Branch  	
46. Insurance Branch	
47. " Fire Marshal Act "  	
4S. Municipal Branch 	
49. Censor of Moving Pictures	
50-52. Sheriffs' Offices 	
53. Official  Guardian   	
54. Legal Offices Branch 	
55-60. Land Registry Offices  	
61-66. Supreme and County Courts	
67. Provincial Police   	
68-69. County Gaols 	
70. Girls' Industrial School  	
71. " Motor-vehicle Act "—Administration.
72-84. Miscellaneous Votes 	
18-19 $
10
19
20
20
20
21
21-22
22
22
22-25
'26-27
27-28
28-29
29
29-30
30
13,740 00
24,060 CO
12,840 00
9,230 CO
10 CO
7,190 00
17,340 00
26,200 CO
2,800 00
4,990 00
175,390 00
74,664 00
472,465 00
116,850 00
28,700 00
36,490 00
159,000 CO
398,454 00
Carried forward
$1,182,865 00 $ 4,339,367 08 I 6
Estimates  (1924-25).
1923
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
$1,193,171 00
CURRENT ACCOUNT— Continued.
Brought forward
$1,182,865 00 $ 4,339,367 08
467,380 00
$1,660,551 00
$
29,812 00
112,760 00
S,760 00
92,700 00
82,620 00
85,760 00
34,450 00
1
,500,000 00
665,000 00
300,000 00
93,500 00
450,000 00
300,000 00
$3,755,362 00
$
14,300 00
38,800 00
10,770 00
54,840 00
114,560 00
5,000 00
20,000 00
83,900 00
503,980 00
49,150 00
$
895,300 00
$  1S.090 00
$
13,520 00
$
12,190 00
7,400 00
?
19,590 00
Page.
Department of the Attorney-General—Continued.
85.      " Mothers' Pensions .-Vet "—Administration           30      466,S80 00
Total, Department of the Attorney-General
87.
88.
89.
90.
91.
92-93.
94.
95-96.
97-98.
99.
100-104.
105.
106.
107.
108.
109.
Department of Education :
General Office          31 $    29,492 00
Free Text-book Branch          31 118,520 00
Agricultural Education    31-32 5,500 00
Industrial Education          32 28,090 00
Inspection of Schools     32-33 84,960 00
Normal Schools   33-34 84,565 00
School for the Deaf and the Blind ...        34 33,600 00
Per Capita Grants          35 1,505,000 00
Teachers' Salaries           35 683,000 00
School Buildings          35 240,000 00
Miscellaneous Azotes          35 86,000 00
University of British Columbia          35 460,000 00
Rural District School Taxes         35 10 00
Total, Department of Education
Department of Finance :
Minister's Office          36 $
General Office          36
Inspector of Trust Companies, Probate
and Succession Duties   36-37
110. Controlling and Audit Branch           37
111. Surveyor of Taxes          38
112. " Amusements Tax Act "—Operation..        39
113. Bureau of Information         30
114. Agent-General's Office and B.C. House,
London, Eng   39-40
115-154A. Government Agents and Assessors, etc. 40-53
155-159. Miscellaneous Votes          53
14,300 00
40,120 00
10,690 00
54,020 00
110,422 00
6,800 00
20,000 00
19,500 00
490,300 00
40,900 00
Total, Department of Finance
161. Department of Fisheries	
162. Department of Industries  	
54
54
Department of Labour:
163. General Office  	
164. Minimum Wage Board
Carried forward
54 $ 10,840 CO
55 5,700 00
1,649,745 00
3,358,737 00
813,052 00
18,090 CO
12,780 00
$  16,540 00 $10,191,771 08 14 Geo. 5
Estimates (1924-25).
1 7
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
$      19,500 00
77,644 00
8,928 00
$ 108,162 00
$  13,942 00
167.
30,128 00
16S.
39,634 00
169.
67,744 00
170.
80,184 00
171.
217,415 00
172.
25,000 00
173.
210,000 00
174.
724,200 00
175-193.
$1,414,247 00
$ 12,065 00
104.
18,090 00
105.
40,300 00
196.
15,680 00
197.
13,445 00
198.
119,500 00
199-205.
34,216 91
$ 253,296 91
$ 12,520 00
208.
16,000 00
209.
105,510 00
210.
20,480 00
211.
10,140 00
212.
10,868 00
213.
690,456 00
214-218.
46,385 00
219.
319,320 00
220-221.
83,700 00
222.
29,900 00
223.
294
511,750 00
225-230.
13,110 00
231.
$1,870,139 00
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued.
Brought forward    •.   $     16,540 00 $10,191,771 OS
Page.
Department of Labour—Continued.
165. Employment Service     55-59        37,790 OO
166. Factories Inspection            59 9,008 00
Total, Department of Labour
Department of Lands :
Minister's Office     59 $
General Office (Salaries)    60
Lands Branch   (Salaries)     00-61
Survey Branch (Salaries)     61-62
Water Rights Branch (Salaries)     62-63
Forest Branch  (Salaries)     63-67
Temporary Assistance   68
Expenses, General Office and Branches 68
Miscellaneous Votes   6S-69
13,750 00
38,732 CO
35,346 OO
70,152 00
79,720 CO
219,828 00
17,500 00
210,000 00
721,000 00
Total, Department of Lands
Department of Mines :
Minister's Office    69
General Office     69
Mines Inspection Branch   69-70
Bureau of Mines   70
Mine-rescue and Training Stations ... 70
Miscellaneous Votes   71
Statutory—Mines and Mineral Development    71
12,065 CO
16,930 00
40,750 00
15,640 00
13,420 00
153,000 00
Total, Department of Mines
DephVrtment of the Provincial Secretary :
Minister's Office  	
General Office    71-
Provincial Board of Health	
Provincial Library and Archives   72-
" Public Libraries n\ct "  	
Provincial Museum   	
Mental Hospitals     74-
Provincial Home, Kamloops 	
Tranquille Sanatorium and Farm   77-
Tndustrial and Subnormal Boy's School
" Infants Act "—Administration	
Provincial Home for Incurables	
Grants to Hospitals and Charities	
Civil Service Commission	
Carried forward  	
71 $
72
72
73
73
73
77
77
79
79
80
80
,80
SI
12,610 00
15,320 00
95,240 00
20,460 CO
9,990 00
10,500 00
621,828 00
32,640 00
181,675 00
89,500 00
30,550 00
12,680 00
485,150 00
9,020 00
63,338 00
1,406,028 00
251,805 00
$1,628,063 00 $11,912,942 08 Estimates  (1924-25)
1923
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
$1,870,139 00
55,250 00
10 00
199,500 00
$2,124,899 00
g     13,040 00
58,312 00
124,621 00
20,445 00
00,580 00
78,245 00
8,060 00
•   ■   •   **•   	
2,184,000 00
191,879 00
$2,739,182 00
$  24,600 00
50,000 00
4,000 00
$ 78,600 00
$17,391,452 99
$1,587,281 36
1,091,366 10
27,200 00
$2,705,847 46
$20,097,300 45
CURRENT ACCOUNT— Continued.
Brought forward   $1,628,003 00 $11,912,942 08
Page.
Department of the Provincial Secretary-—Continued.
232-234.      Grants re Civil Service         81        49,500 00
235.      King's Printer   81-82 10 00
236-243.      Miscellaneous Votes         82      138,500 00
Total, Department of the Provincial Secretary
1,816,073 00
244.
245.
246.
247.
248.
249.
250.
250a.
251.
252.
Department of Public Works :
Minister's Office            82
Administration      83-84
Parliament Buildings and Grounds . . .  84-85
Government House and Grounds         85
District Engineers     85-86
Steam-boiler  Inspection            86
" Electrical Energy Inspection nAct " . . 86-87
Retiring Allowance, H. H. Hobbis ... 87
Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves S7
Steamboats, Ferries, and Bridge-tenders       87
Total, Department of Public AVorks ...
5     12,800 00
62,380 00
122,155 00
24,560 00
59,740 00
62,455 00
8,090 OO
420 00
2,281,641 00
196,238 00
2,S30,479 00
Department of Railway's :
253. General Office            87 $     20,700 00
254. New Westminster Bridge  88       115,000 CO
255. Freight Rates Traffic Bureau, Vancou
ver            88 4,000 00
Total, Department of Railways   139,700 00
Total, Current Account   $16,690,104 08
CAPITAL ACCOUNT.
256.      Sinking Funds     89-90 $1,677,598 36
257-25S.     Pacific Great Eastern Railway Co. ...        90      865,571 00
260-262.      Miscellaneous Votes          90        44,050 CO
Total, Capital iVccount 	
,587,219 36
Total, Estimated Expenditure for fiscal year 1924-25 $19,286,413 44
Note.—In the Estimated Expenditures for 1924-25 there have heen deducted, under authority of the
"Revenue Act Amendment Act, 1923," from Votes 90, 106, 114, 165, 210, 215, 216, 217, 218, 219, 220, and
221, the sums estimated to be received as revenue in respect of these services. In order that proper comparisons may he made with the relative Estimated Expenditures for 1923-24, similar deductions totalling
$770,400 have been made in the detailed Estimates. ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITIIBE
of the province of
B.HITISH COLUMBIA
FOR  THE
FISCAL YEAE ENDING 31ST MAEOH, 1925
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
$   297,058 OS
327,375 00
140,850 00
90,000 00
322,500 00
134,700 00
55,000 00
45,300 00
165,000 00
60,000 00
180,000 00
60,000 00
$1,878,383 08
2
1. PUBLIC DEBT.
Interest.
"Loan Acts, 1891, 1893, 1895, and 1902 "—Interest
@ 3% on amount of Inscribed Stock, viz.,
$9,921,936  (June and December)     $   297,658 OS
"Loan Act, 1014"—Interest @ 41/ic/o on amount
of Inscribed Stock, viz., $7,275,000 (April and
October)           327,375 00
"Loan Act, 1915"—Interest @ 4%% on Debentures
of $3,130,000 (June and December)           140,850 00
"Loan Act, 1916"—Interest @ 4%% on Debentures
of $2,000,000 (January and July)    90,000 00
"Loan Act, 1916" (Amendments, 1917, 1918, and
1919)—Interest @ 5% on $6,450,000 of Debentures ($5,450,000, January and July; $1,000,000,
April and October)    :        322,500 00
" Loan Act, 1916 "—Interest @ 6% on Debentures
of $2,245,000 ($2,000,000, June and December,
payable in Canada only; $245,000, February
and August, payable in Canada and New York..    . 134,700 00
" Loan Act, 1917 "—Interest @ 5% on Debentures of
$1,100,000 (Land Settlement Board) ($200,000,
April and October; $400,000, May and November ;  $500,000, June and December)     55,000 00
" Loan Act, 1917 "—Interest @ 6% on Debentures of
$755,000 (February and August)     45,300 00
"Loan Act, 1918"—Interest @ 5%% on Debentures
of $3,000,000 (March and September)           165,000 00
" Loan Act, 1918 "—Interest @ 6% on Debentures
of $1,000,000 (June and December), payable in
Canada only          60,000 00
" Loan Act, 1919 "—Interest @ 6% on Debentures
of $3,000,000 ($2,000,000, March and September;
$1,000,000, April and October)        180,000 00
" Loan Act, 1921"—Interest @ 6% on Debentures of
$1,000,000 (January and July)     60,000 00
Carried forward    $1,878,383 08 I 10
Estimates  (1924-25).
1923
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
$1,878,383 08
60,000 00
60,000 00
240,000 00
180,000 00
289,680 00
15,575 00
85,075 00
30,000 00
30,000 00
60,000 00
120,000 00
25,000 00
25,000 00
50,000 00
$3,148,713 08
PUBLIC DEBT—Continued.
Interest—Continued.
Brought forward      $1,878,383 08
" Department of Industries Act"—Interest @ 6% on
Debentures of $1,000,000 (February and August),
payable in Canada only  60,000 00
"B.C.   Highway   Loan   Act "—Interest   @   6%   on
Debentures of $1,000,000 (January and July) .. 60,000 00
" Pacific Great Eastern Construction Loan Act"
(1920)—Interest at 6% on Debentures of
$4,000,000 ($3,000,000, January and July;
$1,000,000, .April and October)           240,000 00
" Pacific Great Eastern Construction Loan Act,
1921"—Interest @ 6% on Debentures of
$3,000,000 ($1,000,000, February and August,
payable in Canada only; $2,000,000, April and
October)            180,000 00
"Pacific Great Eastern Note Payment Loan Act"—
Interest @' 6% on Debentures of $4,828,000
(June and December)          289.6S0 CO
Dyking Debentures, 1897 and 1899—Interest @ 3%%
on $445,000  (January and July)     15,575 00
" Better  Housing  Act,   1919"—Interest   @   5%   on
Debentures of $1,701,500  (June and December) 85,075 00
"Loan   Act,   1019"    (L.S.B.)—Interest   @   6%   on
Debentures of $5CO,00O (April and October)  30,000 00
"Loan   .Act,    1020"    (In.S.B.)—Interest    @   6%   on
Debentures of $500,000 (April and October)  30,000 00
"Loan Act, 1021"  (S.L.A. and W.) —Interest @ 6%
on Debentures of $1,C00,C00 (April and October) 60,000 00
" B.C. Highway Loan Act, 1020 "—Interest (a} 6% on
Debentures of $2,000,000 (April and October)..       120.000 00
"Loan   Act,   1020"    (L.S.B.)—Interest   ®   5%   on
Debentures of $500,000 (January and July)    25,000 00
"Loan Act, 1021"  (S.L.A. and Vv.)— Interest @ 5%
on Debentures of $500,0CO (January and July) 25,000 00
"Loan .Act, 1921 (Second Session)" (L.S.B. and
Consolidated Revenue)—Interest @ 5% on
$1,000,000  (January and July)     50,000 00
"Loan Act, 1921 (Second Session)" (L.S.B. and
Consolidated Revenue)—Interest @ 5% on
Debentures of $500,000  (January and July)   .. 25,000 00
"Loan .Act, 1922"   (Buildings)—Interest @ 5% on
Debentures of $5C0,0C0 (January and July)   ... 25,000 00
" B.C.   Highway   Loan   Act"—Interest   @   5%   on
Debentures of $600,000 (June and Dec.)     30,000 00
"Loan Act, 1921 (Second Session)" (L.S.B. and
Consolidated Revenue)—Interest (S> ;>% on
Debentures of $400,000 (June and December).. 20,000 00
Carried   forward
$3,248,713 OS 14 Geo. 5
Estimates (1924-25).
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Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
«-
,148,713 08
1.                                         PUBLIC DEBT— Continued.
*
Interest—Continued.
$3,248,713 08
15,000 00
35,000 00
325,000 00
"B.C. University Loan .Act, 1921 "—Interest @ 5%
on Debentures of $300,000 (June and December)
"Loan  Act,  1022"   (Buildings,  L.S.B.,   S.L.A.,  and
W.A.)—Interest    @    5%    on    Debentures    of
$700,000 (June and December)   	
Interest  on  Debenture  issues  under  various  Loan
Acts not above provided  for,  on  Loans  under
" Revenue Act," and on Treasury Bills, estimated
" Loan Act, 1020"—Interest @ 6% on Debentures
of $1,000,000	
350,000 00
60,000 00
47,400 00
" Corporation  of the  District  of  South  Vancouver
Aid Act, 1018 "—Notes of $790,000 	
Premium and Exchange
$3,606,113 08
$3,623,713 08
$
75,000 00
35,000 0O
Discount and Commission.
%% Commission to Loan Trustees on sums annually
Annual    Commission    for    inscribing    and    paying
Interest on Inscribed Stock, fl,2C0	
$      1,200' 00
5,820 00
1,500 00
3,5CO 00
130,000 00
$
1,200 00
5,820 00
1,000 00
4,000 00
100,000 00
Brokerage, Dividend Warrant Stamps, and postage
in  London  on   Sinking  Fund  Investments 'and
payments of Interest (approximate)   	
Commission  for  payment  of  Interest  on  Loans  of
1915, 1916, 1917, 1019, 1020 (approximate)   	
Discount and Commission on future Loans, Treasury
$
112,020 00
142,020 00
$3,793,133 OS
$3,800,733 08
2.                                                             LEGISLATION.
♦Members' Indemnities:
. $ 94,000 00
$
94,000 "0
6,000 00
2,000 00
1,800 00
500 00
6.000 00
2,000 00
1,800 00
500 00
Deputy Speaker, Sessional allowance	
$
104,300 00
-18.
$   104,300 00
$   104,300 00
* Not charged to Civil Government (Salaries)  prior to 1917- 1 12
Estimates (1924-25)
1923
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
$
1,200 00
600 OO
480 00
270 00
240 00
2,000 00
360 00
280 00
4S0 00
490 00
2.                                              LEGISLATION— Continued.
♦Salaries:
Clerk of the House. Sessional allowance	
$
$
■■■'■    $
1,200 00
600 00
480 00
270 00
240 00
2.000 00
360 00
280 OO
480 00
490 00
104,300
6,400
14,S0O
00
Law Clerk, Sessional allowance 	
Deputy Sergeant-at-iU-ms, 9 weeks @ $30 per week.
Assistant Sergeant-at-nArms, 8 weeks @: $30 per weel
Ten Attendants, 8 weeks (a} $25 per week	
Six Pages, 8 weeks (S) $7.50 per week	
Two Stenographers, 8 weeks @ $17.50 per week ..
Four Stenographers, 8 weeks @ $15 per week	
Expenses:
$
6,400 00
$
1,600 00
9,700 00
500 00
1.000 00
1,500 00
500 00
00
$
1,600 00
10,000 00
200 00
1,000 00
1,500 00
500 00
Total of Vote No. 2	
$
14,800 00
00
$
125,500 00
   $
125,500
on
3.                                                         PREMIER'S OFFICE.
Salaries:
The Premier (without further salary as head of any
Secretary 	
Expenses:
Total of Vote No. 3 ..
$
$
9,000 00
2,100 00
1,0S0 oo
9,000 00
2,100 00
1,0S0 00
14.6S0
$
12.180 00
1.000 00
2,000 00
$
12,180 00
LOCO 00
1,500 00
$
15,180 00
.   . $
00
8.
* Not charged to Civil Government (Salaries) prior to 1917-1 14 Geo. 5
Estimates (1924-25).
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Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
$
7,500 00
2,040 00
900 00
$
10,440 00
250 00
2,500 00
$
13,190 00
$
4,120 00
2.020 00
1,900 00
1.500 00
1,452 00
1,452 00
1,392 00
480 00
900 00
840 00
840 00
780 00
750 00
$
18,426 00
18,000 00
1,000 00
$
37,426 00
$
1,680 00
1,300 00
$
2,980 00
100 00
100 00
$
3.180 00
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.
4. Minister's Office.
Salaries:
The Minister   $    7,500 00
Secretary        2,040 00
Clerk and 'Stenographer         1,020 00
$ 10,560 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  4C0 00
Travelling expenses, etc        2.20O 00
Total of Vote No. 4   $    13,160 00
5. General Office.
Salaries:
Deputy Minister   $ 4,120 00
Departmental Secretary    2,020 00
Chief Clerk and Accountant   1,900 00
Assistant Accountant     1,600 00
Clerk     1,500 00
Clerk     1,500 00
Clerk     1,500 00
*Messenger     660 00
Clerk and Stenographer   900 00
Stenographer     960 00
Stenographer     900 00
Stenographer     840 00
Stenographer     780 00
*Temporary assistance    300 00
$ 19,540 00
Expenses:
Office supplies,  etc      18,000 00
Travelling expenses, etc        1,000 00
Total of Vote No. 5   38,540 00
6. Workshop and Shipping Office.
Salaries:
General Assistant  $    1,680 00
*Temporary assistance          1,300 00
$ 2.9S0 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  100 00
Travelling expenses, etc  100 00
Total of Vote No. 0   3,180 00
Carried forward    $    54,880 00
* Not charged to Civil Government (Salaries)  prior to 1917-18. T 14
Estimates  (1924-25)
1923
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
1,420 00
500 00
$
1,920 00
1,200 00
1,200 00
$
4,320 00
$
2,520 00
900 00
300 00
$
3,720 00
5,250 00
2,500 00
$
11,470 00
$
2,520 00
6,660 00
1.S0O 00
1,080 00
1,500 00
4,860 OO
1,620 00
1.480 00
1.440 00
1,500 00
1.392 00
780 00
840 00
750 00
$
29,122 00
750 00
14,000 00
$
43,872 00
8.
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE—Continued.
Brought forward     $    54,880 00
Statistics.
Salaries:
Statistician   $    1,620 00
♦Temporary assistance     700 00
$ 2,320 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  1,250 00
Travelling expenses, etc  1,400 00
Total of Vote No. 7   4,970 00
Markets Commissioner.
Salaries:
Commissioner  $    2,520 00
*Clerk and Stenographer   900 00
♦Temporary assistance    150 00
$ 3,5.70 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  5,000 00
Travelling expenses, etc  2,500 00
Total of A^ote No. 8    11,070 00
Horticultural Branch.
Salaries:
Provincial Horticulturist   $    2.520 00
Three District Horticulturists @ $2,220    0,660 00
District Horticulturist     1,800 00
Assistant District Horticulturist   1,080 00
Assistant District Horticulturist   1,800 00
♦Three District Field Inspectors @ $1,620  4,800 CO
♦District Field Inspector    1,800 00
District Field Inspector    1,500 CO
District Field Inspector   1,500 00
Clerk (Victoria)     1,500 00
Clerk (Vernon)     1,464 00
Stenographer  (Penticton)   	
Stenographer   (Victoria)     900 00
♦Temporary assistance    1,500 00
$ 29,784 00
Expenses:
Casual labour and other expenses, etc        1,500 00
Travelling expenses, etc      14,000 00
Total of Vote No. 9   45,284 00
Carried forward    $   116,204 00
* Not charged to Civil Government (Salaries)  prior to 1917-18. 14 Geo. 5
Estimates (1924-25).
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Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
$       2,500 00
14,000 00
$    16,500 00
$ 2,520 00
1,800 00
1,780 00
1,720 00
4,800 00
900 00
780 00
$    14,300 00
500 00
1,000 00
7,500 00
10,000 00
$    33,300 00
$      4,080 00
$      4,080 00
1.S60 00
1,6S0 00
$      3,540 00
1,500 00
1,500 00
6,540 00
10.
11.
12.
13.
DEPhARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE—Continued.
Brought forward     $   116,204 00
Control of Fruit Pests, Diseases, etc.
Expenses:
(a.) Pest-control—labour, material, supplies, etc. ... $    2,500 00
(6.)  Codling-moth   control—labour,   material,   supplies, etc      14,000 00
Total of Vote No. 10   16,500 00
Inspection of Imported and Exported Horticultural and
Field Products, etc.
Salaries:
Chief Inspector  $ 2,520 00
Inspector   1,800 00
Inspector  1,780 00
Inspector   1,720 00
Three Inspectors @ $1,600  4,800 00
♦Clerk and Stenographer   900 00
*Clerk and Stenographer  810 00
$ 14,330 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        1,400 00
Travelling expenses, etc        1,000 00
Inspection fees, casual labour, and other expenses ...       7,500 00
New fumigation buildings, materials, labour, etc	
Total of Vote No. 11   24,230 00
Plant Pathology.
Salaries and Expenses (Dominion Government arranging- to take over this branch)   	
Total of Vote No. 12  	
Entomological and Research, etc
Salaries:
*Assistant Eontomologist   $    1,860 00
♦Laboratory Assistant     780 00
♦Temporary assistance    500 00
$ 3,140 00
Expenses:   .
Office and laboratory supplies, etc  1,500 00
Travelling expenses, etc  1,000 00
Total of Vote No. 13   5,040 00
Carried forward    $   162,574 00
* Not charged to Civil Government (Salaries) prior to 1917-18. I 16
Estimates (1924-25)
1923
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
2,760 00
1,720 00
1,600 00
1.392 00
780 00
500 00
$      8,752 00
2,500 00
$     11,252 00
2,100 00
3,600 00
900 00
420 00
500 00
$      7,520 00
2,750 00
5,750 00
$     16,020 00
$     18,450 00
$    18,450 00
2,040 00
1,800 00
1,800 00
1,500 00
900 00
100 00
8,140 00
DEPhARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE—Continued.
Brought fonrard     $   162,574 00
14. Live Stock Branch.
Salaries:
Commissioner  $ 2,760 00
Brand Recorder    1,800 00
♦Brand   Inspector     1,600 00
Clerk   1,440 00
Clerk and Stenographer   870 00
♦Temporary assistance    500 00
$ 8,970 00
Expenses:
Travelling expenses, etc  2,500 00
Total of Vote No. 14  11,470 00
15. District Agriculturists, etc.
Salaries:
District Agriculturist    $ 2,220 00
Two District Agriculturists @ $1,800  3,600 00
Clerk and Stenographer (Kamloops)     900 00
Clerk and Stenographer   (Duncan)     780 00
Clerk and Stenographer  (Cranbrook) '  780 00
♦Temporary assistance    250 00
$ 8,530 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  2,750 00
Travelling expenses, etc  5,750 00
Total of Vote No. 15   17,030 00
16. Veterinary" Branch.
Salaries  and  Expenses   (contingent  on  arrangements
expected to be made with Dominion Government)  . . $ 18,450 00
Total of Vote No. 16   18,450 00
17. Poultry Branch.
Salaries:
Chief Inspector   $ 2,160 00
District Poultry Instructor   1,920 00
District Poultry Instructor  :  1,800 00
District Poultry Instructor  1,500 00
Clerk and Stenographer   900 00
♦Temporary assistance  100 00
Carried forward   $ 8,380 00 $   209,524 00
* Not charged to Civil Government (Salaries) prior to 1917-18. 14 Geo. 5
Estimates (1924-25).
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Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No
Vo
t°f                                             SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
$        8,140 00
5,500 00
17
18
19
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE—C
Poultry  Branch—Continued.
Expenses:
Total of Vote No. 17 	
ontinued.
$    8,380 00 $
5.500 00
209,524 00
13,880 00
17,170 00
12,130 00
$    13,640 00
Soil and Crop Branch.
Salaries:
$   2,220 00
1,900 00
900 00
250 00
$      2,400 00
1,920 00
810 00
250 00
Temporary assistance  	
Expenses:
$       5,380 00
400 00
4,500 00
3,500 00
$   5,270 00
400 00
5,000 00 •
5,000 00
1,500 00
Potato certification and seed improvement, etc.  ...
$    13,780 00
Dairy Branch.
Salaries:
$    2,520 00
4,200 00
810 00
$      2.520 00
4,200 00
780 00
Two Dairy Instructors @ $2,100	
Expenses:
$      7,500 00
350 00
4,000 00
$    7,530 00
350 00
4,250 00
Total of Vote No. 19 	
$     11,850 00
Miscellaneous Grants, etc.
Tubercular cattle—compensation,  supplies, temporary
$ 15,000 00
6,000 00
35,000 00
9,000 00
9,000 00
500 00
2,500 00
250 00
3,000 00
$    15,000 00
6,000 00
35,000 00
9,000 00
7,000 00
500 00
2,500 00
250 00
3,000 00
British Columbia Bee-keepers' Associations  	
British Columbia Dairymen's Association	
Carried ftmoard  	
$     78,250 00
$ 80,250 00 $
252,704 00 I 18
Estimates  (1924-25)
1923
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal lrear
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
$  78,250 00
1,000 00
1.500 00
2,500 00
1,250 00
5,000 00
2,000 00
250 00
1,000 00
250 00
1,000 OO
20,000 00
2,000 00
 #.
500 00
1,000 00
1,750 00
9,000 00
5,000 00
1,250 00
5,000 00
$     23,500 00
139,500 00
$   398,370 00
$ 7.500 00
2,040 00
1,020 00
$    10,560 00
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE—Continued.
Miscellaneous Grants, etc.—Continued.
Brought  forward    $ 80,250 00 $  252,704 00
29. British Columbia Goat-breeders' Association    1,000 00
30. British Columbia Poultry Association  1,500 00
31. British Columbia Stock-breeders' Association  2,500 00
32. British Columbia Wool-growers' Associations  1,500 00
33. United Seed-growers', Limited  ($2,500 to be refunded
by Dominion  Government)     5,000 CO
34. Departmental exhibits    2,000 00
35. Compensation re foul-brood in bees  1,000 00
36. Control of noxious weeds and destruction of pests, etc. 2,500 00
37. Western Canada Live Stock Union  250 00
38. Incidentals and contingencies    1,000 00
39. Grants to  settlers  in  aid  of  purchase  of  stumping-
powder         20,000 00
40. Exhibit for B.C. House in London—labour, material,
etc        2,000 00
41. Gopher-extermination competition     750 00
42. Services   hitherto   paid   from   Dominion   Government
grant under " Agricultural Instruction Act " :—
(a.)  Seed Fair, etc $      500 00
(o.)  Horticultural demonstrations and competitions, etc        1,000 00
(c.) Egg-laying Contest—labour,  supplies,
etc        1,750 00
(d.)  Dairying and cow-testing      10,000 00
(e.)  Bee-keeping          5,000 00
if.)  Boys' and Girls' Clubs           1,250 CO
(g.)  Agricultural Journal (publication)   ..       5,000 00
Total of Vote No. 42      24,500 00
Total, Miscellaneous Grants, etc        145,750 00
Total, Department of Agriculture    $  398,454 00
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL.
43. Attorney'-GeneRjIl's Office.
Salaries:
The .\ttorney-General   $    7,500 00
Secretary          2,040 00
Assistant Secretary          1,080 00
Carried forward   $ 10,620 00 14 Geo. 5
Estimates (1924-25).
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Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
$     10,560 00
1,120 OO
2,000 00
$     13,680 00
$
4,920 00
4,920 00
3,600 00
2,100 00
1,800 00
900 00
870 00
840 00
660 00
150 00
$
20,760 00
3,000 00
1,000 00
$
24,760 00
$
3,920 00
1,780 00
960 00
870 00
780 00
420 00
300 00
$
9,030 00
5,000 00
100 00
$
14,130 00
43.
44.
45.
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL—Continued.
Attorney-Getjeral's Office—Continued.
BrouglH forward    $ 10,020 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        1,120 00
Travelling expenses, etc        2,000 00
Total of Vote No. 43   $     13,740 00
General Office.
Salaries :
Deputy Attorney-General   $    4,920 00
Legislative Counsel     4,920 00
Departmental Solicitor   3,720 00
Chief Clerk .. .*  2,100 00
Accountant    1,800 00
Clerk and Stenographer   960 00
Clerk and Stenographer   900 00
Clerk and Stenographer   900 00
Junior Clerk  S40 00
♦Temporary assistance    150 00
$ 21,210 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  2,750 00
Travelling expenses, etc  1,000 00
Total of Vote No. 44    24,960 00
Joint-stock Companies Branch.
Salaries:
Registrar    $ 3,920 00
Chief  Clerk     1,800 00
Stenographer     960 00
Stenographer     810 00
Stenographer     870 00
Stenographer     780 00
Junior Clerk    '      600 00
Temporary assistance  50 00
$ 9,790 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  3,000 00
Travelling expenses, etc  50 00
Total of Vote No. 45   12,840 00
Carried forward    $    51,540 00
* Not charged to Civil Government (Salaries) prior to 1917-18. 1 20
Estimates (1924-25)
1923
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
3,600 00
1,300 00
500 00
$       5,400 00
1,850 00
1,000 00
$      8,250 00
$       3,000 00
2,100 00
780 00
780 00
$       0,660 00
2,500 00
2,000 00
2,000 00
1,500 00
$
14,660 00
$
3,120 00
1,600 00
780 00
$
5,500 00
1.000 00
550 00
$
7,050 00
DEPhARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL—Continued.
Brought  forward     $    51,540 00
46. Insurance Branch.
(Previous to 1917-18 appeared under Department of Finance.)
Salaries:
Superintendent    $ 3,600 00
Clerk     1,400 00
Stenographer     780 00
$ 5,7S0 00
Expenses :
Office supplies, etc  1,850 00
Travelling expenses, etc  1,500 00
Association of Superintendents of Insurance  (membership fees)    *  100 00
Total of Vote No. 46    9,230 00
47. " Fire Marshal Act."
(Service established, January, 1922.)
Salaries:
Fire Marshal   $ 3,000 00
Deputy Fire Marshal    2,100 00
Stenographer     900 00
Stenographer     810 00
$ 6,810 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  1,200 00
Travelling expenses, etc  1,000 00
Fire Report fees and expenses  1,500 00
Fire inquiries, etc  750 00
Educational propaganda   500 00
$ 11,760 00
Less chargeable to Fire Marshal Act Fund ....     11,750 00
Total of Vote No. 47  10 00
48. Municipal  Branch.
Salaries:
Inspector of Municipalities   $    3,240 00
Clerk        1,660 00
Stenographer    '.  840 00
$ 5,740 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  1,000 00
Travelling expenses, etc  450 00
.   Total of A'ote No. 48   7,190 00
Carried forward     $     67,970 00 14 Geo. 5
Estimates (1924-25).
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Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
2,820 00
1,800 00
1,600 00
1,600 00
1,800 00
1,440 00
750 00
912 00
150 00
$
12,872 00
500 00
1,500 00
800 00
4,000 00
$
19,672 00
4,120 00
2,100 00
1,392 00
1,080 00
720 00
1,200 00
$
10,612 00
750 00
500 00
$
11,862 00
$
3,000 00
2,100 00
1,212 00
900 00
100 00
7,312 00
51.
DEPARTMENT OF  THE  ATTORNEY-GENEILAL— Continued.
Brought forward
$    07,970 00
40.
Censor of Moving Pictures.
Salaries:
Censor   	
Assistant Censor	
Assistant Censor	
Assistant Censor	
Inspector 	
Operator   	
Clerk   	
Stenographer   	
♦Temporary assistance
Expenses
Office supplies, etc	
Travelling expenses, etc	
Machine supplies	
Educational Picture Service (" Moving Pictures Act
Amendment .Act")   (service established, 1920)   ..
$
2,820 00
1,800 00
1,800 00
1X00 CO
1,800 00
1,440 00
1,080 00
150 00
$ 12,490 00
500 00
750 00
1,100 00
2,500 00
Total of Vote No. 49
50.
Sheriffs' Offices.
Vancouver.
„,„,..„. (Service established, August, 1918.)
oaiaiies.
Sheriff    $    4,120 00
Deputy Sheriff	
Process Server	
Book-keeper and Cashier 	
Stenographer   	
Temporary Assistance	
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Travelling expenses, etc.
2,100 00
1,260 00
1,080 00
780 00
1,200 00
$ 10,540 00
800 00
too 00
Total of Vote No. 50  $ 11,040 00
Victoria.
Solaries-                 (Service established, November, 1010.)
Sheriff    $    3,000 00
Deputy  Sheriff   	
Process Server 	
Clerk and Stenographer
Temporary assistance  ..
2,100 CO
1,200 00
900 00
50 00
Carried forward
17,340 00
',310 00$ 11,940 00 $     85,310 00
Not charged to Civil Government (Salaries) prior to 1917-18. I 22
Estimates (1924-25).
192[
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
$       7,312 00
700 00
200 00
•$
8,212 00
$
6,500 00
$
6,500 00
$
26,574 00
$
1,800 00
840 00
$
2,640 00
100 00
$
2,740 00
$
3,120 00
780 00
50 00
$
3,950 00
500 00
500 00
$
4,950 00
2,820 00
1,780 00
1,720 00
1,660 00
1,600 00
$      9,580 00
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL—Continued.
Sheriffs' Offices—Continued.
51. Victoria—Continued.
Brought  forward    $    7,310 00 $ 11,940 00 $    85,310 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  350 00
Travelling expenses, etc  100 00
Total of Vote No. 51        7,760 00
52. Sundry Sheriffs.
Allowances, etc $    6,500 00
Total of Vote No. 52         6,500 00
Total, Sheriffs' Offices   26,200 00
53. Official Guardian.
Salaries:
Official Guardian    $    1,800 00
Stenographer     900 00
$    2,700 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc I  100 00
Total of Vote No. 53   2,800 00
54. Legal Offices Branch.
Salaries:
Inspector of Legal Offices  $    3,240 00
Clerk and Stenographer   900 00
Temporary assistance    100 00
$ 4,240 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  450 00
Travelling expenses, etc  300 00
Total of  Vote  No.  54     4,990 00
Land Registry Offices.
55. Kamloops.
Salaries:
Registrar  $ 2,940 00
Deputy Registrar    1.800 00
"  Surveyor    1,600 00
Clerk     1,720 00
Clerk     1,000 00
Carried forward   $    9,660 00 $   119,300 00 14 Geo. 5
Estimates (1924-25)
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
9,580 00
1,540 00
1,452 00
1,500 00
1,440 00
1,380 00
1,380 00
1.320 00
1,320 00
720 00
960 00
780 00
500 00
23,872 00
5,000 00
$
28,872 00
$
2,580 00
1,620 00
1,600 00
1,500 00
1,452 00
1,452 00
840 00
1.080 00
$
12,124 00
3,000 00
$
15.124 00
$
3.420 00
2,220 00
1,600 00
1,660 00
1,660 00
1,600 00
50.
12,100 00
DEPARTMENT OF  THE  ATTORNEY-GENERAL—Continued.
Land Registry Offices—Continued.
Kamloops—Continued.
Brought forward    $    9,060 00 $   119,300 00
Salaries—Continued.
Clerk     1,600 00
Clerk     1,500 00
Clerk     1,500 00
Clerk     1,500 00
Clerk     1,500 00
Clerk   	
Clerk     1,380 00
Clerk     1,380 00
Clerk     840 00
Stenographer     960 00
Stenographer     870 00
♦Temporary assistance    500 00
$ 23,190 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        4,500 00
Total of Vote No. 55  $ 27,690 00
Nelson.
Salaries:
Registrar  $   2,580 00
Deputy Registrar    1,680 00
Surveyor     1,660 00
Clerk     1,440 00
Clerk     1,500 00
Clerk     1,500 00
Stenographer     900 00
Janitor   1,080 00
$ 12,340 00
Expenses:   •
Office supplies, etc        2,000 00
Total of Vote No. 50       14,340 00
New Westminster.
Salaries :
Registrar $    3,420 00
Deputy Registrar          2,220 00
Surveyor          1,680 00
Clerk   	
Clerk           1,660 00
Clerk           1.660 00
Carried forward   $ 10,020 00 $ 42,030 CO $   119,300 00
* Not charged to Civil Government (Salaries) prior to 1917-18. I 24
Estimates (1924-25)
1923
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
■P   ",iVJV -ou
4,800 00
3,000 00
1,464 00
1,392 00
960 00
780 00
780 00
1,080 00
$ 26,416 00
5,500 00
$ 31,916 00
$  2,820 00
1,780 00
1,020 00
300 00
$  5,920 00
1,500 00
$  7,420 00
$  4,800 00
2,440 00
1,900 00
1,800 00
1,780 00
1,780 00
1,780 00
1,720 00
1,720 00
1.720 00
1,660 00
1,600 00
1,600 00
1,000 00
$    27,900 00
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL—Continued.
Land Registry Offices—Continued.
57. New Westminster—Continued.
Brought  forward    $ 10,620 00 $ 42,030 00 $   119,300 00
Salaries—Continued.
Three Clerks @ $1,600    4,800 00
Two Clerks @ $1,500  3,000 00
Clerk     1,500 00
Clerk     1,500 00
Stenographer     960 00
Stenographer     870 00
Stenographer     S70 00
Janitor      1,140 00
$ 25,260 OO
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        5,000 00
Total of Vote No. 57       30,260 00
58. Prince Rupert.
Salaries:
Registrar  $ 2,820 00
Clerk     l,S0O 00
Stenographer     9C0 00
Surveyor     300 00
$    5,SSO 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc      1,200 00
Total of Vote No. 58        7,OS0 00
59. Vancouver.
Salaries:
Registrar  $    4,800 00
Deputy Registrar    2,440 00
Clerk     1,900 00
Clerk     1,800 00
Clerk     1,800 00
Clerk     1,800 00
Clerk     1,800 00
Surveyor     1,720 00
Clerk     1,800 00
Clerk     1,800 00
Clerk     1,6C0 00
Clerk     1,660 00
Clerk     1,660 00
Clerk     1,C30 OO
Carried forward   $ 28,270 00 $ 79,370 00 $   119,300 00 14 Geo. 5
Estimates (1924-25).
I 25
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
$  27,900 00
1,500 00
10,500 00
1,392 00
1,392 00
1,392 00
1,272 00
1,272 00
1,080 00
000 00
840 00
930 00
$  50,370 00
4,750 00
$ 55,120 00
$  3,720 00
2,100 00
1,780 00
1,720 00
3,000 00
5,160 00
1,660 00
1,600 00
1,540 00
9,000 00
1,452 00
1,332 00
1,320 00
900 00
840 00
600 00
$ 38,324 00
3,950 00
$ 42,274 00
$ 180,726 00
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATXORNEY-GBNERALr— Continued.
Land Registry Offices—Continued.
59. V-ANCOuver—Continued.
Brought forward    $ 28,270 00$ 79,370 00 $   119,300 00
Salaries—Continued.
Clerk     1,600 00
Seven Clerks @ $1,500  10,500 00
Clerk     1,452 00
Clerk     1,452 00
Clerk     1,500 00
Clerk    i	
Clerk     1,272 00
Stenographer     1,080 00
Stenographer     960 00
Stenographer     870 00
Stenographer     930 00
$ 49,S86 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        5,000 00
Total of Vote No. 59       54,880 00
60. Victoria.
Salaries:
Registrar  $    3,720 00
Deputy Registrar    2,100 00
Surveyor    1,780 00
Surveyor     1,720 00
Two Clerks @ $1,800    3,600 00
Three Clerks @ $1,720   5,160 00
Clerk     1,660 00
Clerk     1,660 00
Clerk     1,540 00
Six Clerks @ $1,500   9,000 00
Clerk     1,500 00
Clerk           	
Clerk   	
Stenographer     900 00
Stenographer     840 00
Junior Clerk     960 00
$ 36,140 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, vault fixtures, etc        5,000 00
Total of Vote No. 60        41,140 00
Total, all Land Registry Offices         175,306 00
Carried forward    $   294,606 00 I 26
Estimates  (1924-25).
1923
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
$
1,800 00
1,500 00
1,302 00
060 OO
$
5,652 00
900 00
$
6,552 00
$
1,500 00
350 00
$
1,850 00
$
3,420 00
1,800 00
1,500 00
3,000 00
l,50O 00
1,500 00
1,464 00
7,260 00
1,392 00
1,320 00
1,176 00
1,020 00
1,000 00
$
27,352 00
3,000 00
$    30,352 00
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL— Continued.
Brought forward      $   294,696 00
Supreme and County Courts.
61. New Westminster.
Salaries:
Registrar $ 1,800 00
Deputy Registrar    1,500 00
Clerk  1,440 00
Stenographer    960 00
$    5,700 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  900 00
Total of Vote No. 61  $    6,600 00
62. Prince Rupert.
Salaries:
Deputy Registrar (half-salary)    $      840 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  350 00
Total of Vote No. 62         1,190 00
63. Vancouver.
Salaries :
Registrar $    3,420 00
Deputy Registrar    1,800 00
Clerk     1,620 00
Two Clerks @ $1,500  3,000 00
Clerk     1,452 00
Clerk     1,140 00
Clerk     1,500 00
Five Clerks @ $1,452  7,260 00
Clerk     1,380 00
Clerk     1,380 00
Clerk     1,224 00
Stenographer     1,020 00
Temporary assistance    1,000 00
$ 27,196 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc       3,000 00
Total of Vote No. 63        30,196 00
Carried forward  $ 37,986 00 $   294,696 00 14 Geo. 5
Estimates (1924-25)
I 27
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
$ 3,000 00
1,800 00
7,500 00
1,392 00
1,140 00
1,200 00
1,140 00
1,140 00
1,080 00
1,140 00
1,200 00
900 00
$    22,632 00
2,000 00
1,500 00
1,900 00
$    28,032 00
$      4,500 00
4,500 00
$      2,688 00
300 00
3,500 00
$      6,488 00
$    77,774 00
$  253,669 00
15,000 00
100,000 00
2,000 00
$  370,669 00
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERA.L— Continued.
Supreme and County Courts—Continued.
Brought  forward    $ 37,986 00 $  294,696 00
64.
Victoria.
Salaries:
Registrar  $
Deputy Registrar  	
Five Clerks @ $1,500  	
Clerk   	
Usher and Janitor 	
Nightwatchman 	
Janitor 	
Janitor and Fireman	
Elevator Attendant  	
Attendant   	
Engineer and Janitor	
Clerk to Judges	
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Maintenance and repairs
Fuel, water, and light ...
000 00
800 00
500 00
1,140 00
1,200 00
1,140 00
1,140 00
1,080 00
1,140 00
1,200 00
900 00
$ 21,240 00
2,000 00
1,700 00
1,750 00
Total of Vote No. 64       26,690 00
65.                                    Sundry Supreme and County Courts.
Allowances and office supplies $    3,500 00
66.
Total of Vote No. 65	
Official Stenographers.
♦Salaries:
Two Stenographers @ $1,344 $    2,688 00
One Stenographer  300 00
Civil Court Stenographers         3,500 00
3,500 00
Total of Vote No. 66
6,488 CO
Total, all Supreme and County Courts  ...
67. Provincial Police.
Salaries:
Police and Special Constables $231,035 CO
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc      15,000 00
Travelling expenses, etc      95,000' 00
Furniture and fixtures          2,000 00
74,664 00
Carried forward
$343,035 00
$  369,360 00
* Not charged to Civil Government (Salaries)  prior to 1917-18. I 28
Estimates  (1924-25).                                                   1923
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
Vote                                                      SERVICE.                                                     Fii§24-!al'
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL— Continued.
67.                                           Provincial Police—Continued.
$   370,669 00
Brought  forward    $343,035 00                       $   369,360 00
Expenses—Continued.
10,000 00
Uniforms, clothing, and equipment      15,000 00
3,000 00
Rents           8,320 00
6,000 00
10,000 OO
Maintenance and repairs         6 000 00
Fuel, water, light, etc      14,000 00
7,500 00
Provisions (keep of prisoners)           7,000 00
2,000 00
$401,105 00
Game Laws Enforcement Branch:
Expenses        25,480 00
71,360 00
$   409,169 00
Total of Vote No. 67         472,465 00
County Gaols.
68.                        .                                   Nelson.
Salaries:
$      9,040 00
Gaol officials and sundry employees $    8,430 00
Expenses:
225 00
Office supplies, etc           200 CO
50 00
50 00
500 00
Uniforms, clothing, and equipment           500 00
600 00
750 00
Maintenance and repairs             450 00
Fuel, water, light, etc            750 00
2,200 00
625 00
Provisions (keep of prisoners)           1,500 00
Medical attendance and hospital supplies          550 00
100 00
$    14,140 00
Total of Vote No. 68       12,750 00
69.                                                 Oakalla Prison Farm.
Salaries:
$    46,360 00
Gaol officials and sundry employees .... $ 44,000 00
Expenses:
1,200 00
1,250 00
300 00
18,000 00
Uniforms, clothing, and equipment      14.000 00
10,000 00
Maintenance and repairs          0 000 00
8,600 00
Fuel, water, light, etc        8,000 00
35,000 00
$   120,710 00
Carried forward  $ 07,100 00 $ 12,750 00 $  841,825 00
* Pror to 1917-18 temporary assistance under  this  service not charged  to  Civil  Government (Salaries). 14 Geo. 5
Estimates (1924-25).
I 29
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
$ 120,710 00
1,900 00
7,300 00
250 00
$ 130,160 00
$ 144,300 00
$  1,500 00
900 00
720 00
720 00
720 00
1,380 00
720 00
720 00
720 00
1,560 00
1,200 00
1,380 00
840 00
180 00
$  13,260 00
700 00
190 00
500 00
2,000 00
3,000 00
2,000 00
6.000 00
1,300 00
100 00
300 00
$ 29,350 00
$    20,154 00
$    20,154 00
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNHY-GENERAL—Continued.
County Gaols—Continued.
69. Oakalla Prison Farm—Continued.
Brought  forward    $ 97,100 00 $ 12,750 00 $   841,825 00
Expenses—Continued.
Medical attendance and hospital supplies 1,750 00
Good Conduct Fund  5,000 00
Incidentals and contingencies  250 00
Total of Vote No. 69    104,100 00
Total, all County Gaols        116,850 00
70. Girls' Industrial School.
Salaries:
Superintendent    $    1,500 00
Nurse and Matron  900 00
First Assistant  720 00
Second Assistant     720 00
Third Assistant  720 00
Teacher and iigricultural Instructor    1,3.80 00
Needlewoman  720 00
Linen-keeper    720 00
Cook    720 00
Engineer and Janitor    1,560 00
Gardener  • • 1,200 00
Gardener    1,380 00
Clerk and Commercial Teacher   840 00
Temporary assistance    ISO 00
$ 13,260 OO
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  500 00
Travelling expenses, etc  190 00
Furniture and fixtures   500 00
Clothing, boots, etc  2,000 00
Maintenance and repairs   3,000 00
Water, fuel, light, etc  2,000 00
Provisions, etc  5.500 00
Medical attendance and hospital supplies  1,300 00
Good Conduct Fund  150 00
Incidentals and contingencies   300 00
Total of Vote No. 70   28,700 00
71_ Administration of " Motor-vehicle Act."
Salaries:
Officers collecting revenue, including temporary assistance  * 15,740 00
Carried forward   $ 15,740 00 $  987,375 00 I 30
Estimates (1924-25).
1923
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
$ 20,154 00
6,500 00
250 00
500 00
15,9S2 00
$  43,386 00
$ 30,000 00
72
25,000 00
73
32,500 00
74
6,500 00
75
2,000 00
70
10,000 00
77
78
45,000 00
2,500 00
79
80
3,000 00
81
1,500 00
82.
4,000 00
83.
10,000 00
84.
$ 172,000 00
$     17,380 00
450,000 00
$  467,380 00
$1,660,551 00
71.
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL— Continued.
Administration of " Motor-vehicle Act "—Continued.
Brought  forward    $ 15,740 00 $   9S7.375 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  2,500 CO
Travelling expenses, etc  100 CO
Furniture and fixtures    150 00
Plates, badges, etc  18,000 00
85.
Total of Vote No. 71
Miscellaneous Votes.
Summoning and paying witnesses :
Grand and Petit Jurors (drawing panels, etc.)  	
Prosecutions and Interpreters 	
Expenses of inquests and inquiries  	
Rewards  	
Constitutional litigation and general law costs 	
Bounties on noxious animals, salaries and expenses of
Game Conservation Board, etc	
Special surveys  (statutory)	
Stipendiary Magistrates:
Nelson    $  500 00
Provisional       2,500 00
Promotion of uniformity of Provincial  legislation in
Canada   (service established,  1918)    	
"Moving Pictures Act Amendment Act" (salaries and
expenses).    (See Censors Office, Arote No. 49)...
Revision of the Statutes—Legislative Counsel, etc. ...
Incidentals and contingencies  	
30,000 00
27,500 00
30,000 00
7,500 00
2,000 OO
10,000 00
35.000 00
3,000 00
1,000 00
3,0CO 00
10.000 00
Total, Miscellaneous Votes 	
" ADMINISTRATION  OF  " MOTHERS'  PENSIONS  ACT."
(Established, 1920.)
Salaries and expenses  $ 16,880 00
Pensions     450,000 00
Total of Vote No. 85
36,490 00
159,000 00
466,8S0 00
Total, Department of the Attorney-General    $1,649,745 00 14 Geo. 5
Estimates (1924-25).
1 3]
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
4,500 00
3,600 00
2,280 00
2,400 00
1,200 00
1,152 00
1,080 00
840 00
780 00
780 00
400 00
19,012 00
10,000 00
800 00
29,812 00
$      1,920 00
1,500 00
960 OO
780 00
700 00
$      5,860 00
4,S00 00
102,100 00
$     112,700 00
$       3,420 00
10,000 00
840 00
$    14,260 00
$    14,260 00
87.
88.
80.
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION.
General Office.
Salaries:
Superintendent of Education '■
Assistant Superintendent of Education 	
Registrar and Officer  in Charge,  Teachers'  Bureau
(service established since 1017-18)   	
Chief Clerk	
Clerk   	
Clerk and Stenographer 	
Stenographer   	
Stenographer   	
Stenographer   	
Stenographer   	
♦Temporary assistance  	
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc. .
Travelling expenses,
etc.
4,500 OO
3,600 CO
2,400 00
2,400 00
1,440 00
1,152 00
1,080 00
840 00
000 00
780 00
400 00
10,492 00
9,500 00
500 CO
Total of Vote No. 87  $    29,492 00
Free Text-book Branch.
Salaries:
Officer in Charge
Clerk   	
Stenographer   	
Stenographer   	
♦Temporary assistance
1,920 00
1,500 00
1,020 OO
780 00
700 00
$    5,920 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        4,600 00
Text-books, maps, etc., less amount of sales    108,000 00
Total of Vote No. 88 	
Agricultural Education.
Salaries:
Director  $ 3,420 00
District  Supervisor     2,320 00
District  Supervisor     2,220 00
District  Supervisor     2,020 00
Four District Supervisors @ $1,900   7,600 00
Clerk and Stenographer    900 00
$ 18,480 00
Less repayable by School Boards       7,080 00
118,520 00
Carried forward
$ 11,400 00 $   148,012 00
! Not charged to Civil Government  (Salaries)   prior to 1917-18. Estimates (1924-25).
1923
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
$    14,260 00
1,000 00
2,000 00
11,500 00
$    28,760 00
20,000 00
$      8,760 00
$      3,120 00
2,220 00
780 00
780 00
$
6,900 00
1,800 00
2,000 00
65 000 00
17,000 00
$
92,700 00
54,000 00
$
38,700 00
$
3,240 00
3,060 OO
3,000 00
5,880 00
2,880 00
(4) 11,040 00
5,400 00
2,640 00
2,580 00
2,520 00
$
42,240 00
89.
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION—Continued.
Agricultural Education—Continued.
Brought  forward    $ 11,400 00 $   148,012 00
Expenses :
Office supplies, etc  1,000 00
Travelling expenses, etc  1,600 00
Grants in aid of agricultural education    11,500 00
$ 25,500 00
Less Dominion of Canada, Subvention      20,000 00
Total of Vote No. 89
90.
Industrial Education.
Salaries:
Organizer    $
Officer in Charge of Correspondence Courses (service
established since 1917-18)   	
Clerk and Stenographer 	
Clerk and Stenographer 	
♦Temporary assistance  	
3,240 00
2,220 00
840 00
840 00
650 00
f 7,790 00
1,800 00
1,500 00
Expenses:
Office supplies,  etc	
Travelling expenses, etc	
Grants in aid of industrial, commercial,  household
science education, and manual-training equipment,
etc      40,000 00
Night-schools      17,000 00
Less Dominion of Canada, Subvention
$ 68,090 00
40,000 00
Total of Vote No. 90
91. Inspection op Schools.
Salaries:
Inspector of High Schools $   3,300 00
Inspector of High Schools   3,180 00
Inspector of Schools    3,000 00
Two Inspectors of Schools @ $3,000   6,000 00
Inspector of Schools    3,000 00
Seven Inspectors of Schools @ $3,000  21,000 00
Two Inspectors of Schools @ $2,700  5,400 00
Inspector of Schools    2,700 00
Inspector of Schools    2,700 00
Inspector of Schools    2,700 00
5,500 00
28,090 00
Carried forward
$ 52,980 00 $   181,602 00
♦Not charged to Civil Government   (Salaries)   prior to 1917-18. 14 Geo. 5
Estimates (1924-25).
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Estimated
Expenditure,
Blscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
$     42,240 00
(4)   9,600 00
780 00
$    52,620 00
5,000 00
25,000 00
$    82,620 00
$ 3,420 00
3,120 00
2,880 00
2,820 00
2,640 00
2,520 00
2,160 00
2,040 00
900 00
1,170 00
1,140 00
1,140 00
$ 25,950 00
3,000 00
850 00
2,700 00
5,000 00
1,500 00
3,300 00
$ 42,300 00
3,540 00
3,000 00
$  6,540 00
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION—Continued.
91. Inspection of Sciiooi.s^Continued.
Brought forward    $ 52,980 00 $   181,602 00
Salaries—Continued.
Inspector of Schools          2,700 00
Stenographer     780 00
$ 56,460 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        5,500 00
Travelling expenses, etc      23,000 00
Total of Vote No. 91    84,960 00
Normal Schools.
92. Vancouver.
Salaries:
Principal   $   3,540 00
Assistant Master  3,000 00
Assistant Master  2,880 00
Assistant Master  2,880 00
Assistant Master  2,760 00
Assistant Master   2,700 00
Assistant Mistress    2,160 00
Music Mistress    2,040 00
Librarian and Stenographer    900 00
Engineer and Gardener  1,170 00
Janitor    1,140 00
Gardener   1,140 00
$ 26,310 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  2,700 00
Travelling expenses, etc  200 00
Fuel, light, water, etc  2,400 00
Maintenance   and   repairs   of   buildings,
grounds,  etc  5,000 00
Students' mileage   1,200 00
Allowance to teachers assisting Normal
students   3,300 00
Total of Vote No. 92  $ 41,110 00
93. Victoria.
Salaries:
Principal   $   3,600 00
Assistant Master          3,120 00
Carried forward   $    6,720 00 $ 41,110 00 $   266,562 00 T  34
Estimates (1924-25)
1923
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
$
6,540 00
2,940 00
2,640 00
2,520 00
1,920 00
1,920 00
1,920 00
1,560 00
1,560 00
1,320 00
1.170 00
900 00
$
26,910 00
2,700 00
900 00
3,500 00
2,850 00
4,000 00
2,500 00
100 00
$
43,460 00
$
S5,760 00
$
22,000 00
200 00
500 00
3,000 00
1,000 00
750 00
6,500 00
500 00
$
34,450 00
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued.
Normal Schools—Continued.
93. Victoria—Continued.
Brought forward $    6,720 00 $ 41,110 00 $  266,562 00
Salaries—Continued.
Assistant Master  3,000 00
Assistant Master  2,760 00
Assistant Master  2,700 00
Assistant Mistress  1,920 00
Domestic Science Mistress     1,800 00
Principal, Model School    1,920 00
Teacher, Model School    1,560 00
Engineer  1,560 00
Assistant Engineer   1,320 00
Janitor    1,170 00
Stenographer and Librarian  900 00
$ 27,330 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  2,500 00
Travelling expenses, etc  200 00
Fuel, light, water, etc.  3,300 00
Maintenance  and  repairs  of   buildings,
grounds,  etc  3,000 00
Students' mileage   4,000 00
Allowance to teachers assisting Normal
students  3,025 00
Incidentals and contingencies  100 00
Total of Vote No. 93        43,455 00
Total, Normal  Schools    84,565 00
(Note.—Estimated revenue from Normal School fees, $21,000.)
94. School for the Deaf and the Blind.   (Established, 1921.)
Salaries:
Principal and staff, including household assistance.. $ 22,500 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  200 00
Travelling expenses, etc  250 00
Fuel, light, water, etc  2,200 00
Maintenance and repairs of buildings, grounds, etc. 1,200 00
Furniture, fixtures, and equipment  850 00
Provisions, etc  5,900 00
Incidentals and contingencies   500 00
Total of Vote No. 94   33,600 00
Carried forward    $  384,727 00 14 Geo. 5
Estimates (1924-25).
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Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
$1
,325,000 00
175,000 00
95.
96.
$1,500,000 00
$
550,000 00
115,000 00
97.
98.
$
665,000 00
$
300,000 00
99.
$
2,500 00
26,000 00
36,000 00
21,000 00
8,000 00
100
101
102
103
104
$
93,500 00
$
450,000 00
105
$   300,000 00
300,000 00
$3,401,362 00
7,500 00
2,040 00
1,080 00
$    10,620 00
106.
107.
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued.
Brought forward      $   384,727 00
Per Capita Grants.
Cities and municipalities  $1,325,000 00
Rural school districts         180,000 00
Total, Per Capita Grants       1,505,000 00
Teachers' Salaries.
Assisted Schools (as per Schedule)    $565,000 00
E. & N. Railway Belt (as per Schedule)      118,000 00
Total, Teachers' Salaries        683,000 00
School Buildings.
Erection of new buildings and maintenance and repairs
of school buildings and special aid to districts        240,000 00
Miscellaneous Votes.
Grants to libraries   '. , $   2,000 00
Examination of teachers and High  School  Entrance
classes        25,000 00
Conveying children to central schools      32,000 00
Summer schools       21,000 00
Incidentals and contingencies          6,000 00
Total, Miscellaneous Votes  86,000 00
Grant to University of British Columbia (previous to 1917-18 this
grant appeared under Department of the Provincial Secretary)       460,000 00
Statutory Expenditure.
Rural  district school taxes, advances  under  sec.  26,
" Public   Schools  Act  Amendment  Act,"   chap.   74,
1918   $400,000 00
Less repayment of these advances by collection
of rural district school taxes    399,990 00
Total of Vote No. 106   10 00
Total for Educational Purposes      $3,358,737 00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE.
Minister's Office.
Salaries:
Minister of Finance .-...$    7,500 00
Secretary          2,040 00
Clerk and Stenographer         1,080 00
Carried forward     $ 10,620 00 I 36
Estimates (1924-25).
1923
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
$      10,620 00
680 00
3,000 00
$    14,300 00
$      4,320 00
2,700 00
2,400 00
2,400 00
2,100 00
1,680 00
1,500 00
1,452 00
1,392 00
1,200 00
1,020 00
900 00
780 00
900 00
660 00
$ 25,404 00
7,896 00
400 00
5,100 00
$ 38,800 00
2,670 00
1,080 00
900 00
200 00
$      4,850 00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
107. Minister's Office—Continued.
Brought forward    $ 10,620 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  6S0 00
Travelling expenses, etc  3,000 00
Total of Vote No. 107   $     14,300 00
108. General Office.
Salaries:
Deputy Minister of Finance  $ 4,320 00
Assistant Deputy Minister of Finance and Inspector
of Revenue   2,700 00
Chief Clerk  2,400 00
Paymaster  2,400 00
Clerk     1,800 00
Cashier     1,680 00
Clerk     1,500 00
Clerk     1,500 00
Clerk     1,368 00
Clerk (Statistical)   1,600 00
Two Stenographers @ $780  1,560 00
Stenographer  1,020 00
Stenographer     960 00
Stenographer     810 00
Junior Clerk    1,020 00
Junior Clerk    780 OO
$ 27,418 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, printing of bonds, etc  7,402 00
Travelling expenses, etc  300 00
Discount and exchange, legal expenses, etc  5,000 00
Total of Vote No. 108  40,120 00
109. Inspector of Trust Companies, Probate .vnd Succession
Duties.
Salaries:
Inspector    $ 2,SS0 00
Clerk     L0S0 00
Stenographer     810 00
Temporary assistance    100 00
Carried forward  $ 4,870 00 $    54,420 00 14 Geo. 5
Estimates (1924-25).
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Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
$       4,850 00
1,420 00
4,000 00
500 00
$    10,770 00
6,000 00
3,120 00
1,900 00
1,080 00
2,640 00
3,960 00
2,640 00
1,900 00
3,600 00
1,620 00
3,320 00
1,500 00
1,320 00
1,380 00
840 00
840 00
3,360 00
2,220 00
1,500 00
1,000 00
900 00
900 00
900 00
308 00
$    48,748 00
1,992 00
4,100 00
$    54,840 00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
109. Inspector of Trust Companies, Probate and Succession
Duties—Continued.
Brought  forward    $    4,870 00 $     54,420 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  1,520 00
Valuators of Estates   4,000 00
Travelling expenses, etc  300 0O
Total of Vote No. 109   10,690 00
110. Controlling and Audit Branch.
Salaries:
Comptroller-General  $   6,000 00
Deputy Comptroller-General    3,240 00
Accountant     1,900 00
Secretary     1,080 00
Auditor of Revenue   2,640 00
Two Travelling Auditors @ $2,040   4,080 OO
Auditor of Disbursements   2,640 00
Chief  Clerk     1,900 00
Two Clerks @ $1,800  3,600 00
Clerk     1,620 00
Two Clerks @ $1,760    3,520 00
Clerk     1,500 00
Clerk     1,392 00
Clerk     1,380 00
Junior Clerk     900 OO
Cheque-writer     900 00
Purchasing Agent   5,400 00
iVssistant Purchasing Agent    2,400 00
Clerk     1.500 00
Junior Clerk     1,020 00
Stenographer     960 00
Stenographer     930 00
Stenographer     900 00
♦Temporary  assistance    118 00
$ 51,520 00
Less half-salary of Purchasing Agent paid by
Liquor Control Board         2,700 00
$ 48,820 00
Expenses :•
Office supplies, etc  2,000 00
Travelling expenses, etc  3,200 00
Total of Vote No. 110   54,020 00
Carried forward  $   119,130 00
* Not charged to Civil Government  (Salaries)   prior to  1917-18. 1 38
Estimates  (1924-25)
1923
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
3,420 00
3,120 00
2,400 00
1,720 00
1,500 00
1,500 00
1,320 00
1,500 00
060 00
840 00
780 00
1,500 00
$    20,560 00
2,700 00
2,400 00
1,020 00
1,920 00
1,800 00
1,620 00
1,200 00
780 00
2,700 00
2,400 00
1,020 00
1,800 00
$    43,720 00
3,000 00
2,000 00
17,840 00
3,000 00
3,000 00
30,000 00
12,000 00
$   114,560 00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
Brought forward   	
111. Sltrveyor of Taxes.
Salaries:
General Office.
Surveyor of Taxes  $   3,720 00
Assistant Surveyor of Taxes    3,420 00
Supervisor of Assessors and Agencies	
Chief Clerk  1,800 00
Clerk     1,600 00
Clerk     1,600 00
Clerk     1,320 00
Clerk     1,500 00
Clerk and Stenographer   840 00
Stenographer     810 00
Stenographer     780 00
♦Temporary assistance    1,500 00
Clerk     1,332 00
$   110,130 00
$ 20,222 00
Special Auditors.   (Service established, 1018.)
Auditor     2,700 00
Auditor     2,520 00
Auditor     2,100 00
Auditor     2,020 00
Auditor     1,900 00
Auditor     1,800 00
Clerk     1,500 00
Stenographer     780 00
Auditor     2,700 OO
Special Auditor   2,520 00
Special Auditor   1,020 00
Auditor     1,800 00
Five Auditors @ $1,800  9,000 00
$ 53,4S2 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  3,000 00
Travelling expenses, etc  1,500 00
Temporary    Auditors,     reorganization,    salaries,
expenses, etc  10,440 00
Taxation Department supplies   3,000 00
Courts of Revision and Appeal    3,000 00
Timber-cruising, equalization, etc  30,000 00
Commission on collection of general revenue  12,000 00
Total of Vote No. Ill         116,422 00
Carried forward    $  235,552 00
♦ Not charged to  Civil  Government   (Salaries)   prior  to  1917-18. 14 Geo. 5
Estimates (1924-25).
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Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
112.
$      1,920 00
1,500 00
750 00
$
4,170 00
430 OO
,400 00
$
5,000 00
$
2,400 00
1,500 00
1,392 00
780 00
$
6,072 00
928 00
13,000 00
$
20,000 00
$  S,000
00
3,900 00
1,500 00
1,008
80
693
50
567 48
756
00
630
52
143
04
$ 17,200
00
4,200
00
1,750 00
3,000
00
$ 26,150 00
11.3.
114,
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
Brought forward     $  235,552 00
Operation of the ■' Amusements Tax Act."
(Established, 1918.)
Salaries:
Inspector,  Mainland    $ 1,920 00
Inspector,  Mainland     1,800 00
Inspector, Vancouver Island   1,500 00
♦Temporary assistance   750 00
$ 5,970 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  430 00
Travelling expenses, etc  400 00
Total of Vote No. 112  6,800 00
Bubeau of Information.
Salaries:
Secretary     $ 2,400 00
Clerk     1,500 00
Clerk     1,392 00
Stenographer   ......  870 00
|    6,162 00
Expenses: '
Office supplies, etc  838 00
Pamphlets, advertising, etc      13,000 00
Total of Vote No. 113  20,000 00
Agent-General's Office and B.C. House, London, Eng.
Agent-General's Office.
Salaries:
Agent-General    $    8,000 00
Secretary  3,900 00
Private Secretary   1,500 00
Clerk     1,320 00
Clerk     725 12
Clerk     599 04
Stenographer     788 10
Stenographer     693 56
♦Temporary assistance    74 12
$ 17,600 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        4,200 00
Allowance, travelling and other expenses         1,750 00
Advertising and subscriptions to publications, etc       3,000 00
Total, Agent-General's Office $ 26,550 00
Carried forward   $ 26,550 00 $   262,352 00
* Not charged to Civil  Government   (Salaries)   prior  to  1917-18. I 40
ESTIMATES  (1924-25)
192.:
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
12,125 00
12,125 00
19,200 00
4,000 00
300 00
2,800 00
4,700 00
2,500 00
$     57,750 00
$    83,900 00
64,200 00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
114.        Agent-General's Office and B.C. House, London, Eng.—Continued.
Brought fotward $ 26,550 00 $  262,352 00
British Columbia Souse, London.
Interest on mortgage $ 12.125 00
Ground-rent   	
Rates and taxes	
Maintenance and repairs to building
Insurance   	
Fuel and light, etc	
Cleaning and Janitors' supplies ....
Incidentals and contingencies  	
12,125 00
18,400 00
4,000 00
300 00
2,800 00
4,700 00
2,500 00
Total, B.C. House
56,950 00
$ 83,500 00
Less rents from B.C. House, estimated at      64,000 00
$
19,700 00
$
2,020 00
1,500 00
1,452 00
780 00
540 00
$
6,292 00
1,508 00
$
7,800 00
$-
2,020 00
300 00
$
2,320 00
900 00
$
3,220 00
$
1,800 00
780 00
$
2,580 00
115.
Total of Vote No. 114 	
Government Agents and hAssessors, etc.
Alberni Agency.
19,500 00
Salaries:
Government Agent  .
Clerk and Registrar
Clerk   	
Stenographer  	
Janitor	
Expenses (repairs, $150)
$    2,100 00
1,500 00
1,452 00
870 00
540 00
$   6,462 00
1,358 00
116.
Salaries:
Government Agent ..
Temporary assistance
Total of Vote No. 115  $    7,820 00
Anyox Agency.   (Established, 1918-19.)
 $   2,020 00
Expenses
$   2,020 00
1,000 00
Total for Vote No. 116	
117. Ashcroft Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Assessor and Mining Recorder $    1,S00 00
Stenographer     900 00
3,020 00
Curried forward   $   2,700 00 $ 10,840 00 $   281,852 00 14 Geo. 5
Estimates (1924-25..
I 41
Estimated
Expenditure.
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of .        • «STT,T!VTP1^,, Fiscal Year
Vote. SERVICE. 1924-25.
	
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
Government Agents and Assessors, etc.—Continued.
117. Ashcroft Sub-agency—Continued.
Brought forward $   2,700 00 $ 10,840 00 $  281,852 00
Expenses        1.200 00
Total of Vote No. 117         3,900 00
118. Atlin Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent  $   2,400 00
Clerk           1,080 00
Stenographer           1,020 00
Janitor and Nightwatchman  760 00
♦Temporary assistance  	
'   $   5,260 00
Expenses (repairs, $300)           2,240 00
Total of Vote No. 118         7,500 00
119. Barkerville Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Gold Commissioner and Mining Recorder $    1,900 00
♦Temporary assistance    500 00
$   2,400 00
Expenses    950 00
Total of Vote No. 119         3,350 00
120. Clinton Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Government Sub-agent   $    1,680 00
Clerk           1,320 00
Stenographer     780 00
♦Temporary assistance  	
$   3,780 00
Expenses   (repairs, $200)           1,340 00
Total of Vote No. 120         5,120 00
121. Cranbrook Agency'.
Salaries:
Government Agent  $    2,100 00
Assessor           1,920 00
Deputy  Collector           1,500 00
Carried forward   $    5,520 00 $ 30,710 00 $   281,852 00
* Not charged to  Civil  Government  (Salaries)   prior  to  1917-18.
$
2,580 00
720 00
$
3,300 00
$
2,400 00
1.S0O 00
1,200 00
730 00
480 00
$
6,610 00
3,390 00
$
10,000 00
$
1,900 00
500 00
$
2,400 00
1,000 00
$
3,400 00
$
2,100 00
1,500 00
780 00
200 00
$
4,580 00
1,420 00
$
6,000 00
$
2,100 00
1,800 00
1,740 00
5,640 00 I 42
Estimates (1924-25).
1923
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
*°'t°f                                                     SERVICE.
•
Fiscal l'ear
1924-25.
DEPARTMENT OF
FINANCE—Continued.
Government Aoents and
Assessors, etc.—Continued.
121
Cranbrook Agency-
-Cc
ntinued.
$       5,040 CO
Brought forward,   	
Salaries—Continued.
.$
5,520 00$
30,710 00 $   281,852 00
1,500 00
Clerk 	
1,500 00
1,500 00
1,152 00
1,500 00
Clerk 	
1,200 00
Cashier  and  Clerk   	
780 00
780 00
780 00
Junior Clerk   	
810 00
1,080 00
1,080 00
$     12,480 00
$
12,342 00
3,370 00
122
Expenses  (renairs. $500)   	
3,69S 00
Total of Vote No. 121  	
Cumberland A
$     15,850 00
SENCY.
16,040 00
Salaries:
$      2,100 00
$
2,100 00
1,800 00
1,800 00
1,800 00
1,900 00
1,500 00
Clerk   	
1,500 00
1.200 00
Clerk	
1,200 00
780 00
840 00
$       9,180 00
?
9,340 00
2,720 00
123
Total of Vote No. 122
DUNCA?
3,500 00
'
$     11,900 00
12,840 00
r nAGENCi
Salaries:
$      2,100 00
$
2,100 00
1.392 00
1,320 00
Clerk   	
1,200 00
870 00
840 00
Clerk   	
600 00
•
$      4.932 00
?
5,490 00
1,968 00
124
Total of Vote No. 123
Fernie
2,140 00
$      6,900 00
7,630 00
Agency
Salaries:
$      2,100 00
$
2,100 00
1,500 OO
Clerk   . ,	
1,452 00
Carried foricard 	
$      3,600 00
.$
3,552 00$ 67,220 00 $   281,852 00 14 Geo. 5
Estimates (1924-25).
1 43
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
$       3,600 00
1,452 00
780 00
1,080 00
$       0,912 00
2,088 00
0,000 OO
$      1,720 00
1,392 00
$      3,112 00
1,508 00
$      4,620 00
$ 2.100 00
1,800 00
1.800 00
4,500 00
1,392 00
1.332 00
1.272 00
1,200 00
720 00
$     16,116 00
5,884 00
$     22,000 00
$      1.920 00
1,800 00
$      3,720 00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
Government Agents and Assessors, etc.—Continued.
124. Fernie Agency—Continued.
Brought  forward    $   3,552 00 $ 07,220 00 $  281,852 00
Salaries—Continued.
Clerk   	
Stenographer  780 00
Janitor          1,080 00
$    5,412 00
Expenses (repairs, $200)           2,018 CO
Total of Vote No. 124        7,430 00
125. Fort Fraser Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent  $    1,800 00
Clerk           1,302 00
$    3,192 00
Expenses (repairs, $200)           1,258 CO
Total of Vote No. 125         4,450 00
126. Prince George Agency.
(To be transferred from Fort George, December, 1923.)
Salaries:
Government Agent  $   2,100 00
Collector        1,920 00
Assessor         1,800 00
Three Clerks @  $1,500'        4,500 00
Clerk	
Clerk	
Clerk          1,080 00
Clerk and Stenographer          1,020 00
Janitor   720 00
$ 13,140 00
Expenses (repairs, $200)           8,000 00
Total of Vote No. 120       21,140 00
127. Golden Agency.
Salaries:
Government nYgent   $    2,100 00
Assessor            1,800 00
Carried forward   $    3,000 00 $100,240 00 $   281,852 00 I 44
Estimates  (1924-25)
1923
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Y'ear
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
3,720 00
1,320 00
900 00
$
5,940 00
2,060 OO
$
8,000 00
$
1,620 00
960 00
$
2,580 00
1,120 00
$
3,700 00
1,620 00
1,480 00
3,100 00
$  2,400 00
1,920 OO
1,800 00
1.600 00
1,452 00
4,176 00
1,080 00
900 00
1.500 00
780 00
1,080 00
$ 18,748 00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Con tinned.
Government Agents and .Assessors, etc.—Continued.
127. Golden Agency—Continued.
Brought forward $    3,900 00 $100,240 00 $   281,852 00
Salaries—Continued.
Clerk        1,260 00
Janitor    900 00
$   6,060 00
Expenses          1,870 00
Total of Vote No. 127         7,930 00
128. Grand Forks Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Sub-agent    : $    1,680 00
Janitor     960 00
$   2,640 00
Expenses (repairs, $200)           1,300 00
Total of Vote No. 128         3,940 00
129. Greenwood Sub-agency.
Salaries :
Sub-agent    $    1,680 00
E.xpenses  (repairs, $400)            1,960 00
Total of Vote No. 129        3,040 00
130. Kamloops Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent   $    2,400 00
Assessor           2,020 00
Collector           1,800 00
Special Collector        1,600 00
Clerk           1,500 00
Three Clerks @ $1,392	
Clerk           1,440 00
Stenographer and Clerk          1,080 00
Stenographer    900 00
Two Stenographers   	
Stenographer     810 00
Junior Clerk     780 00
Janitor           1,080 00
Carried forward  $ 15,410 00 $115,750 00 $   281,852 00 14 Geo. 5
Estimates (1924-25)
I 45
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
$
18,748 00
7,152 00
$
25,900 00
$
2.100 00
1,920 00
1,452 00
1.200 00
1.080 00
1,080 00
1,080 00
$
9,912 00
3,588 00
$
13,500 00
$
2,020 00
1,332 00
$
3,352 00
1,648 00
$
5,000 00
$
1,620 00
1,020 00
500 00
I
3,140 00
860 00
$
4,000 00
$
2,252 00
2,040 00
$      4,292 00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
Government .Agents and Assessors, etc.—Continued.
130. Kamloops  Agency—Continued.
Bl ought  forward    $ 15,410 00 $115,750 00 $   281,852 00
Expenses (repairs, $500)           6,190 00
Total of Vote No. 130       21,600 00
131. Kaslo Agency.
Salaries:
Government A.gent   $ 2,100 00
Assessor  1,920 00
Clerk     1,500 00
Clerk   	
Clerk     1,152 00
Stenographer     1,0S0 00
Janitor   1,080 00
$    8,832 00
Expenses (repairs, $100)           3,068 00
Total of Vote No. 131      11,000 00
132. Lillooet Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Mining Recorder and Assessor $    2,020 00
Clerk           1,440 00
$    3,460 00
Expenses            2,200 00
Total of Vote No. 132         5,660 00
133. Merritt Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Sub-agent    $    1,080 00
Janitor           1,020 00
Temporary assistance	
$    2,700 00
Expenses (repairs, $500)           1,400 00
Total of Vote No. 133        4,100 00
134. Nanaimo Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent   $    2,100 00
Assessor        2,040 00
Carried forward   $    4,140 00 $159,010 00 $  281,852 00 [ 4G
Estimates  (1924-25)
1923
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal  Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
$       4,292 00
1,600 00
1,500 00
1,272 00
900 00
(2)   1,680 00
1,140 00
12,384 00
4,616 00
$    17,000 00
2,400 00
2,100 00
1,980 00
1,500 00
1,452 00
1.392 00
780 00
840 00
840 00
1,0S0 00
14,364 00
4,436 00
$     18,800 00
$  2,400 00
2,340
00
1,800
oo
1,800 00
1,700
00
1,452
00
1,392
00
1.320
00
1,080 00
900
00
$  16,184 00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
Government Agents and Assessors, etc.—Continued.
134. Nanaimo Agency—Continued.
Brought  forward    $    4,140 00 $159,010 00 $  281,852 00
Salaries—Continued.
Special Collector   1,500 00
Clerk  1,500 00
Clerk and Registrar  1,368 00
Clerk, Stenographer, and Deputy Mining
Recorder     900 00
Stenographer     840 00
Janitor   1,140 00
$ 11,388 00
Expenses (repairs, $1,200)          4,712 00
Total of Vote No. 134       16,100 00
135. Nelson .Agency.
Salaries :
Government Agent  $ 2,400 00
Registrar, Supreme and County Courts.. 2,100 00
Assessor  1,980 00
Clerk     1,500 00
Clerk	
Clerk  1,452 00
Junior Clerk  840 00
Stenographer     960 00
Stenographer     S10 00
Janitor  1,0.80 00
$ 13,122 00
Expenses (repairs, $200)           4,078 00
Total of Vote No. 1.86      17,200 00
136. New Westminster Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent   $    2,400 00
Assessor        2,340 CO
Clerk and Mining Recorder        1.800 00
Collector           1,800 00
Tax-collector           1,700 00
Clerk   	
Clerk           1,380 00
Clerk   	
Clerk-Stenographer           1,080 00
Stenographer  810 00
Carried forward  $ 13,310 00 $192,310 00 $  281,852 00 14 Geo. 5
Estimates (1924-25)
1 47
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Y'ear
1923-24.
No. of
Vote
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
$
16,184 00
780 00
1,380 00
1,140 00
1,020 00
$
20,504 OO
0,496 00
$
27,000 00
$
1.720 00
4S0 00
$
2,200 00
$
2.200 00
2,400 00
1,900 00
1,500 00
1,500 00
1.392 00
840 00
780 00
500 00
$
13.012 00
6,388 00
$
19,400 00
$ 1,020 00
1,740 00
1,500 00
$      5,160 00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
Government Agents and Assessors, etc.—Continued.
136. New Westminster Agency—Continued.
Brought forward   $ 13,310 00 $192,310 00 $   281,852 00
Salaries—Continued.
Stenographer     780 00
Chief Janitor   1,380 00
Janitor   1,140 00
Janitor and Nightwatchmau  1,020 00
Temporary assistance    '      600 00
$ 18,230 00
Expenses          5,910 CO
Total of Vote No. 136       24,140 00
137. New Denver Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Mining Recorder  $    1,720 00
E-xpenses   (repairs,  $100)     720 00
Total of Vote No. 137         2,440 00
1.3S. Penticton Agency.   (Established, 1922-23.)
Salaries:
Government .Agent   $   2,200 00
Assessor .,        2,400 00
Collector        1,900 00
Clerk           1,500 00
Clerk           1,500 00
Clerk ;        1,440 00
Stenographer     900 OO
Stenographer     840 00
Stenographer   	
Temporary assistance    300 00
$ 12,980 00
Expenses (repairs, $600)           4,720 00
Total of Vote No. 138       17,700 00
139. Pouce Coupe Agency.   (Established, 1920-21.)
Salaries:
Government Agent (salary, $1,800; living
allowance, $120)    $   1,920 00
Deputy Assessor   (salary, $1,620;  living
allowance, $120)           L740 00
Clerk   (salary, $1,380; living allowance,
S120)            1,500 00
Carried forward $   5,160 00 $236,590 00 $  281,852 00 I  48
Estimates  (1924-25).
1923
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
5,1C0 00
1,790 00
0.950 00
2,340 OO
2,160 00
1,500 00
1,464 00
1,464 00
1,800 00
1,560 00
1,464 CO
1,332 00
1,020 00
1,140 00
660 00
1,800 00
900 00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
Government Agents and Assessors, etc.—Continued.
139. Pouce Coupe Agency—Continued.
Brought  forward    $    5,160 00 $230,590 00 $   281,852 00
Expenses (repairs, $500)           1,840 00
Total of Vote No. 139         7,000 00
140.
Prince Rupert Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent  . . .
Assessor	
Chief Clerk	
Clerk   	
Clerk   	
Collector   	
Clerk   	
Clerk   	
Clerk   	
Stenographer   	
Janitor and Gardener
Assistance to Janitor .
Engineer   	
Stenographer   	
2,100 00
2,160 00
1.680 00
1,500 00
1,500 00
1,S00 00
1,600 00
1,320 00
1,080 00
1,140 00
660 00
1,140 00
060 00
$
20,004 00
$
20,604 00
8,396 00
$
20,000 00
$
2,020 00
8S0 00
$
2,900 00
$
2,100 00
1,920 00
1,600 00
$
5,620 00
$ 1S,C40 00
Less half-salary of Chief Clerk paid
as Court Registrar, Department of
the Attorney-General    840 00
Expenses
$ 17,S00 00
S,140 00
Total of Vote No. 140
141. Princeton Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Gold Commissioner and Mining Recorder $    2,020 00
Expenses (repairs, $670i)           1,550 00
Total of Arote No. 141 	
142. Quesnel Agency'.
Salaries:
Government Agent  $   2,100 00
Assessor        1,920 00
Collector   	
Clerk           1,600 00
25,940 00
3,570 00
Carried forward
 $    5,620 00 $273,100 00 $   281,852 00 14 Geo. 5
Estimates (1924-25).
I 49
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
i,620 00
1.500 00
1.020 00
900 00
720 00
300 00
$
10,060 00
3,740 00
$
13,800 00
$
900 00
700 00
$
1,600 00
$
2.100 00
1,920 00
1,540 00
1.392 00
900 00
840 00
1,080 00
$
9.772 00
3.428 00
$
13,200 00
$
1,620 00
1,020 00
300 00
$
2.940 00
"
1,060 00
$
4,000 00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
Government Agents and Assessors, etc.—Continued.
142. Quesnel Agency—Continued.
Brought  forward    $    5,620 00 $273,100 00 $   281,852 00
Salaries—Continued.
Clerk           1,500 00
Stenographer and Clerk	
Stenographer   	
Junior Clerk  810 00
Janitor  300 00
$    8,230 00
Expenses   (repairs, $1,350)           5,630 00
Total of Vote No. 142      13,S60 00
143. Queen Charlotte Island Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Mining Recorder  $      900 00
Expenses    6C0 CO
Total of Vote No. 143         1,500 00
144. . Revelstoke Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent   $    2,100 00
Assessor  1,920 00
Mining Recorder   1,540 00
Clerk     1,440 00
Stenographer     960 00
Stenographer     900 00
Janitor   1,140 00
$ 10,000 00
Expenses (repairs, $670)           4,100 00
Total of Vote No. 144        14,100 00
145. Rossland Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Sub-agent    $    1,080 00
Janitor         1.020 00
Temporary assistance 	
$   2,700 00
Expenses (repairs, $200)           1,120 CO
Total of Vote No. 145         3,820 00
Carried forward  $306,380 00 $   281,852 00 I 50
Estimates  (1924-25)
1923
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
2,100 00
2,040 00
1,720 00
1,600 00
1,392 00
2,640 00
1,320 00
146.
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
Government Agents and Assessors, etc.—Continued.
Brought forward    $306,380 00 $  281,852 00
Smithers Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent   $    2,100 00
$    12,812 00
4,038 00
$    16,850 00
$
1,720 00
250 00
$
1,970 00
830 00
$
2,800 00
$
2,820 00
2,020 00
4,356 00
1.440 00
1.320 00
900.00
'
780 00
1.560 00
900 00
Assessor	
Mining Recorder
Clerk	
Clerk	
Two Clerks @ $1,392
Clerk 	
2,040 00
1,720 00
1,600 00
1,302 00
2,784 00
Expenses (repairs, $100)
$ 11,636 00
4,164 00
Total of Vote No. 146      15,800 00
147. Stewart Sub-agency.
(Established, August, 1923.)
Salaries:
Mining Recorder  $    1,200 00
Expenses    800 00
Total of Vote No. 147  	
148. • Telegraph  Creek Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent   $    1,720 00
Temporary assistance    200 00
2,000 00
$     16,090 00
Expenses (repairs, $50)   	
Total of Vote No. 148
$    1,920 00
800 00
2,720 00
149.                                Vancouver Agency and Court-house.
Salaries :
Government   Agent    $    2,940 00
Mining Recorder	
Three Clerks @ $1,500	
Clerk 	
Clerk 	
Stenographer   	
Stenographer   	
Two Stenographers @ $780
Junior Clerk	
2,020 00
4,500 00
1,452 00
1,380 00
900 00
870 00
1,560 00
960 00
Carried forward
$ 16,582 00 $326,900 00 $   281,852 00 14 Geo. 5
Estimates (1924-25)
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Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
$     16,096 00
2,520 00
2,340 00
2,000 00
1,920 00
1,620 00
1,600 00
3,000 00
2,904 00
1,392 00
(2)
(2)
(2)
2,640 00
1,272 00
3,400 00
960 00
1,800 00
780 00
1,860 00
1,500 00
1,380 00
1,500 00
1,500 00
1,140 00
1,260 00
1,320 00
(12) 14,400 00
1,140 00
1,140 00
$ 74,384 00
$  7,005 00
1,200 00
9,411 00
15,600 00
$ 107,600 00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
Government Agents and Assessors, etc.—Continued.
149. Vancouver Agency and Court-house—Continued.
Brought  forward    $ 16,582 00 $326,900 00 $   281,852 00
Taxation and Collection.
Salaries—Continued.
Assessor    2,520 00
Collector     2,340 00
Deputy Assessor    2,000 00
Chief Clerk  1,800 00
Clerk  1,620 00
Clerk  1,600 00
Clerk  1,500 00
Two Clerks @ $1,452    2,904 00
Clerk   1,392 00
Clerk  1,380 00
Clerk   1,320 00
Cashier     1,320 00
Two Special Collectors @ $1,700  3,400 00
Stenographer     1.080 00
Three Stenographers fij $900  2,700 00
Junior Clerk	
Postal Clerk   1,500 00
Stenographer     810 00
Stenographer     780 00
Court-house Attendants.
Engineer     1,860 00
Fireman   1,500 00
Fireman    1,380 00
Carpenter  1,500 00
Chief Janitor   1,500 00
Nightwatchman   1,140 00
Nightforeman and Janitor  1,260 00
Gardener and Janitor   1,320 00
Ten Janitors @ $1,200  12,000 00
Three Janitors @ $1,140   ■    3,420 00
Usher     1,140 00
Gardener    1,140 00
$ 77,708 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        7,200 00
Travelling expenses, etc.         1,200 00
Maintenance and repairs to buildings, etc.      6,800 00
Fuel, light, water, etc      13,692 00
Total of Vote No. 149     106,600 00
Carried forward   $433,500 00 $   281,852 00 I 52
Estimates (1924-25).
1923
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
2,100
2,072
1,800
1,500
1,500
1,152
840
S40
1,080
780
$
13,664 00
6,336 00
$
20,000 00
$
2.940 00
2.340 00
1.620 00
1.500 00
1.452 00
1,380 00
1,200 00
1,700 00
1,700 00
870 00
780 00
300 00
$
17-.782 00
3,018 00
$
20,800 00
$
1,720 00
1,392 00
3,112 00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
Government Agents and Assessors, etc.—Continued.
Brought  forward    $433,500 00 $   281,852 00
150. Vernon Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent   $   2,100 00
Assessor          2,072 00
Collector           1,800 00
Clerk        1,500 00
Clerk 	
Clerk        1,152 00
Junior Clerk     960 00
Stenographer   	
Janitor         1,080 00
Stenographer     810 00
$ 11,474 00
Expenses   (repairs, $1,000)           5,730 00
Total of Vote No. 150      17,210 00
151. Victoria Assessor.
Salaries:
Assessor  $ 3,000 00
Collector     2,520 00
Chief Clerk  1,500 00
Clerk  1,500 00
Clerk  1,500 00
Clerk   1,500 00
Clerk   1,260 00
Tax-collector   1,700 00
Tax-collector  1,700 00
Clerk and Stenographer  900 00
Stenographer     780 00
Temporary assistance	
$ 17,860 00
Expenses          2,940 00
Total of Vote No. 151       20,800 00
152. Williams Lake Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Sub-agent $    1,680 00
Clerk   900 00
Janitor    940 00
Carried forward
$   3,520 00 $471,510 00 $  281,852 00 14 Geo. 5
Estimates (1924-25).
1 53
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
$
3,112 00
1,888 00
$
5,000 00
$
1,800 00
590 00
$
2,390 00
$
5,500 00
$
5,500 00
	
$
503,980 00
$
4,000 00
8,000 00
20,000 00
4,200 00
950 00
12,000 00
$
49,150 00
$
831,100 00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
Government Agents and Assessors, etc.—Continued.
152. Williams Lake Sub-agency—Continued.
Brought  forward    $    3,520 00 $471,510 00
Expenses (repairs, $120)    t..       1,920 00
Total of Vote No. 152	
5,440 00
153. Wilmer Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Mining Recorder  $    1,800 00
Expenses    550 00
Total of Vote No. 153 	
154. Sundry Sub-agencies.
Commissions, salaries, and expenses $    5,000 00
Total of Vote No. 154 	
154a. Temporary assistance and reorganization $    6,000 00
Total of Vote No. 154a 	
2,350 00
5,000 00
6,000 00
Total, Government Agents and Assessors, etc	
Miscellaneous  Votes.
155. Printing Public Accounts, Estimates, etc $    3,000 00
156. Interest on suitors' funds, deposits, etc        5,000 00
157. Delinquent extra-municipal school taxes        22,000 00
...   Local improvement taxes, Prince Rupert  	
158. Premium on fire insurance, Fairview Works  900 00
159. Incidentals and contingencies         10,000 00
Total, Miscellaneous Votes
281,852 00
490,300 00
40,900 000
Total, Department of Finance     $   813,052 00 I 54
Estimates  (1924-25)
1923
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
$ 3,720 00
1,600 00
1,020 00
2,000 00
$      8,340 00
3,100 00
2,500 00
2,000 00
1,500 00
650 00
$  18,090 00
$
3,600 00
1,800 00
840 00
780 00
$
7,020 00
1,500 00
2,500 00
' 2,500 00
$
13,520 00
$  3,720 00
1,500 00
900 00
870 00
500 00
$  7,490 00
3.500 00
1.200 00
$ 12,190 00
161. DEPARTMENT OF FISHERIES.
Salaries:
Assistant to the Commissioner  $ 3,720 00
Inspector of Fisheries  1,600 00
Clerk and Stenographer  1,020 00
Overseers and Inspectors   2,000 00
$ 8,340 00
Expenses :
Office supplies, etc  3,100 00
Travelling expenses, etc  2,500 00
Collection of fishery taxes  2,000 00
Salmon   investigation     1,500 00
Seton Lake Hatchery    650 00
Total of Vote No. 161	
$     18,090 00
162. DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIES.   (Established, 1920-21.)
Salaries:
Deputy Minister   $    3,600 00
Secretary and Investigator          1,800 00
Clerk and Stenographer   900 00
Stenographer     780 00
$ 7,080 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  1,500 00
Travelling expenses, etc  2,000 00
Research, appraising, and investigation, etc  2,200 00
Total of Vote No. 162    $     12,780 00
103.
DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR.   (Established, January, 1918.)
General Office.
Salaries:
Deputy Minister   $    3.720 00
Clerk  1,560 00
Clerk and Stenographer   930 00
Clerk and Stenographer   930 00
Temporary assistance    200 00
$ 7,340 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  2,500 00
Travelling expenses, etc  1,000 00
Total of Vote No. 163    $     10,840 00
Carried forward    $     10,840 00 14 Geo. 5
Estimates (1924-25).
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Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
1,800 00
1,000 00
100 00
$      2,900 00
2,500 00
2,000 00
$      7,400 00
$
2.700 00
1,320 00
900 00
$
4,920 00
800 00
1,000 00
5,000 00
$
11.720 00
$
1.392 00
1,392 00
$
2.7S4 00
500 00
150 00
500 00
$
3.934 00
$
2,620 00
DEPARTMENT OF LABOLR—Continued.
Brought foricard     $     10,840 00
104. Minimum Wage Board.    (Established, July, 1918.)
Salaries:
Secretary  $    1,800 00
Inspector  (Vancouver)           1,100 00
Temporary assistance    100 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Travelling expenses, etc.
$    3,000 00
1,200 00
1,500 00
Total of Vote No. 164
165.
Employment Service.   (First office opened, July 24th, 1918.)
Provincial Clearing-house.
Salaries-:
General Superintendent   $    2,760 CO
Clerk         1,440 00
Clerk and Stenographer    900 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Travelling expenses, etc	
Temporary   offices    (salaries,    expenses,
incidentals and contingencies)   	
$    5,100 00
800 00
750 00
4,000 00
Total, Provincial Clearing-house   $ 10,650 00
Cranbrook, Office.
Salaries:
Clerk    $    1,440 00
Clerk           1,380 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Travelling expenses, etc.
Rent, fuel, light, etc. . ..
$    2,820 00
50O 00
100 00
400 CO
Total, Cranbrook Office	
Fernie Office.
3.S20 00
Salaries and expenses 	
Carried foricard
5,700 00
$ 14,470 00 $  10,540 00 I
56
Estimates (1924-25).
1923
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
N°oi°/                                                  SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
$
1,320 00
100 00
DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR— Continued.
165.                                       EjViployment Service—Continued.
Brought  foricard    $ 14,470 00 $    16,540 00
Kamloops Office.
Salaries:
niArb          ...                                             $    1 39fV on
$
1,420 00
450 00
100 00
500 00
$ 1,420 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc           400 00
Rent, fuel, light, etc           400 00
$
2,470 00
2,320 00
Nanaimo Office.
Salaries:
Clerk    $    1,320 00
Temporary assistance           100 00
$
1,320 00
100 00
$
1,420 00
450 00
50 00
550 00
$    1,420 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc           400 00
Rent, fuel, light, etc           500 00
$
2,470 00
Nelson Office.
Salaries:
2,370 00
$
1,500 00
1,302 00
Clerk   	
"
$
2,892 00
450 00
300 00
550 00
$    1,6C0 00
Expenses:
Rent, fuel  light, etc           550 00
$
4,192 00
2,700 00
New Westminster Office.
Salaries:
$
1,392 00
100 00
$
1,492 00
Carried foricard   S    1,540 00 $
21,860 00 $     16,540 00 14 Geo. 5
Esti mates (1924-25).
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Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
$
1,492 00
500 00
50 00
500 00
$
2,542 00
$
1,440 00
100 00
$
1,540 00
450 00
150 00
500 00
$
2,640 00
$
1,500 00
100 00
$
1,600 00
450 00
150 00
500 00
$
2,700 00
$
2,160 00
1,680 00
1,500 00
1,440 00
1,440 00
(4)
5,760 00
1,392 00
1,392 00
1,200 00
$
17,964 00
DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR—Continued.
165. Employment Service—Continued.
New Westminster Office—Continued.
Brought foricard    $    1,540 00 $ 21,860 00 $     16,540 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  450 00
Travelling expenses, etc  50 00
Rent, fuel, light, etc  500 00
Total, New Westminster Office        2,540 00
Prince George Office.
Salaries:
Clerk    - $    1,440 00
Temporary assistance   100 00
$ 1,540 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  350 00
Travelling expenses, etc  100 00
Rent, fuel, light, etc  250 00
Total, Prince George Office        2,240 00
Prince Rupert Office.
Salaries:
Clerk    $   1,500 00
Temporary assistance   100 00
$ 1,600 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  400 00
Travelling expenses, etc  100 00
Rent, fuel, light, etc  450 00
Total, Prince Rupert Office         2,550 00
Vancouver Office. :
Salaries:
Superintendent    $ 2,220 00
Assistant Superintendent   1,740 00
Clerk     1,500 00
Clerk     1,500 00
Clerk     1,500 00
Two Clerks @ $1,440  2,880 00
Clerk     1,440 00
Clerk     1,440 00
Chief Clerk  (Women's Department)   ... 1,200 CO
Carried foricard   $ 15,420 00 $ 29,190 00 $     10,540 00 I 58
Estimates  (1924-25).
1923
Estimated
Expenditure.
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of                                                        SERVTPE                                                          Fiscal Year
Vote                                                              BLiniijU                                                                1924-25
$    17,964 00
960 00
900 00
780 00
1,000 00
DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR—Continued.
165.                                       Employment Service—Continued.
Vancouver Office—Continued.
Brought  forward    $ 15.420 00 $ 29,190 00 $
Salaries—Continued.
Clerk           1,020 00
16,540 00
Clerk and Stenographer            900 00
$    21,604 00
4,000 00
500 00
5,000 00
$ 19,180 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        3,500 CO
Rent, fuel, light, etc        5,000 00
$    31,104 00
Total, Vancouver Office      27,930 00
Vernon Office.
Salaries:
Clerk    $    1.440 00
$       1,392 00
100 00
$      1,492 00
450 00
100 00
550 00
$    1,540 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  .          300 00
Rent, fuel, light, etc           550 OO
$       2,592 00
Total, Veruon Office           2,440 00
Victoria Office.
Salaries:
Superintendent    $    1,680 00
$       1,620 00
1,500 00
1,200 00
840 00
300 00
Clerk             1,500 00
Chief Clerk (Women's Department)          1,200 00
Clerk and Stenographer           900 00
$      5,460 00
1,200 00
300 00
1,000 00
$    5,480 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc           900 00
Rent, fuel, light, etc        1,000 00
$      7,960 00
Total, Arictoria Office           7,530 00
16,540 00 14 Geo. 5
Estimates (1924-25).
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Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
700 00
700 00
$     77,644 00
32,000 00
$     45,644 00
$
2,700 00
2,280 00
1,300 00
48 00
$
6,328 00
400 00
2,200 00
$
8,928 00
$
74,162 00
$
7.500 00
2.040 00
1.152 00
'$
10,692 00
750 00
2,500 00
$
13,942 00
DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR—Continued.
165. Employment Service—Continued.
Brought forward,    $ 67,090 00 $     16,540 00
Sub-agencies.
For the purpose of establishing  and  maintaining    sub-agencies    at    other    points
(salaries.and expenses)    $      700 00
Total,  Sub-agencies     700 00
$ 67,790 00
Less Dominion of Canada, subvention estimated at    30,000 00
Total, Employment Service, Vote No. 165  37,790 00
166. Factories Inspection.
(Transferred from Department of Public Works, April, 1921.)
Salaries:
Inspector  $    2,820 00
Assistant Inspector           2,340 00
Assistant Inspectress •        1,300 00
Temporary assistance   48 00
$ 6,508 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  300 00
Travelling expenses, etc  2,200 00
Total of Vote No. 100  9,008 00
Total, Department of Labour   $     63,338 00
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS.
1C7. Minister's Office.
Salaries:
Minister of Lands    $    7,500 CO
Secretary        2,040 00
Clerk and Stenographer    9C0 00
$ 10,500 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc         750 00
Travelling expenses, etc        2,500 00
Total of Vote No. 167  $     13.75° 00
Carried forward    ?    13,750 00 1 60
Estimates  (1924-25).
1923
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
$  4,320 00
3,000 00
2,340 00
1.900 00
1,620 00
1,720 00
2,952 00
(2) 2,904 00
4,020 00
3,912 00
900 00
870 00
1,080 00
960 00
870 00
840 00
900 00
600 00
420 00
$ 36,128 00
$  3,360 00
2,220 00
2,020 00
1,900 00
1,900 00
1,900 00
1,900 00
1,800 00
1,720 00
1,720 00
1.500 00
1,452 00
1,200 00
1,440 00
1,272 00
1,320 00
1,080 00
900 00
870 00
$ 31,474 00
168
169.
DEPARTMENT OF E.ANDS—Continued.
Brought,  forward      $     13,750 00
General Office—General Administration.
Salaries:
Deputy Minister   $ 4,320 00
Assistant to Deputy Minister   3,120 00
Commissioner, Immigration and Colonization    1,600 00
Statistician   2,340 00
Chief  Clerk     2,100 00
♦Property Clerk     1,620 00
Clerk  1,720 CO
Two Clerks @ $1,500   3,000 00
Clerk     1,452 00
Three Clerks @ $1,380   4,140 00
Three Clerks @ $1,320   3,960 00
Clerk     1,080 CO
Clerk     930 00
Multigrapher     1,380 00
Assistant Multigrapher   840 00
Clerk-Stenographer  960 00
Stenographer     930 00
Stenographer     900 00
Junior  Clerk     960 00
Junior Clerk     780 00
Junior Clerk     600 00
Total of Vote No. 168          3S.732 00
Lands Branch.
Salaries:
Superintendent of Lands   $ 3,480 00
Assistant Superintendent and Chief Clerk  2,220 00
♦Inspector of Lands    2,020 00
Assistant Chief Clerk    1,900 00
Accountant     1,900 00
Crown-grant Clerk   1,900 OO
Status  Clerk     1,900 00
Clerk     1,800 00
Clerk     1,720 00
Clerk  1,680 00
Clerk     1,500 00
Clerk     1,452 00
Clerk     1,452 00
Clerk     1.440 00
Clerk     1,380 00
Clerk   	
Clerk     1,152 00
Clerk     960 CO
Clerk     900 00
Carried forward   $ 30,756 00 $    52,482 00
* Not charged to Civil Government  (Salaries)   prior to  1917-18. 14 Geo. 5
Estimates (1924-25).
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Estimated
Expenditure^
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
$
31,474 00
1,080 00
930 00
930 00
780 00
660 00
3,780 00
$
39,634 OO
$
3,600 00
2,640 00
2,400 00
7,200 00
1,740 00
5,220 00
1,720 00
1,680 00
1,500 00
1,540 00
1,380 00
1,200 00
480 00
2,760 00
2.220 00
4,040 00
3,600 00
1,720 00
1,500 00
3,240 00
1,440 00
1,332 00
1.300 00
540 00
480 00
$  56,472 00
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS—Continued.
169. Lands Branch—Continued.
Brought forward  $ 30,756 00 $    52,482 00
Salaries—Continued.
Stenographer     1.0S0 00
Stenographer     930 00
Stenographer     870 00
Stenographer     810 00
Junior Clerk     900 00
Immigration Branch and B.C. Soldiers' Settlement	
Total of Vote No. 109   35,346 00
170. Survey Branch.
Salaries:
Surveyor-General    $ 3,720 00
Surveys Division.
Chief Draughtsman   2,760 00
Draughtsman   2,400 00
Four Draughtsmen @ $1,800    7,200 00
Draughtsman    1,800 00
Three Draughtsmen @ $1.740  5,220 00
Draughtsman   1,720 CO
Draughtsman    1,680 00
Draughtsman    1,600 00
Draughtsman    1,540 00
Draughtsman   1,410 CO
Draughtsman    1,260 00
Apprentice Draughtsman   .'.... 720 00
Geographic Division.
Chief Geographer   2,880 00
Registrar      2,220 00
Two Draughtsmen @ $2,100   4,200 00
Two Draughtsmen @ $1,800   3,600 00
Draughtsman    1,800 00
Draughtsman    1,680 00
Two Draughtsmen @ $1,620   3,240 00
Draughtsman   1,320 00
Draughtsman   1,080 00
Draughtsman    1,300 00
Draughtsman   000 00
Apprentice Draughtsman   720 CO
Apprentice Draughtsman   420 00
Carried forward   $ 58,420 00 $    87,828 00 I 62
Estimates (1924-25)
1923
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
$    56,472 00
1,600 00
1,560 00
1,452 00
840 00
780 00
1,800 00
1,500 00
1.20O 00
540 00
$     67,744 00
$       5,000 00
2.760 00
3,000 00
2,700 00
3,600 00
3,000 00
2,400 00
2,280 00
2.080 00
3,840 00
1,900 00
1,800 00
1,780 00
1.720 00
3,320 00
1,600 00
1,300 00
1.900 00
6,640 00
1,600 00
1,452 00
1,452 00
900 00
840 00
1,560 00
720 00
660 00
480 00
2,760 00
$     65,044 00
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS—Continued.
170. Survey Branch—Continued.
Brought  foricard,    $ 58,420 00 $    87,828 CO
Salaries—Continued.
General Staff.
Accountant    1,600 00
Clerk     1.560 00
Clerk     1,452 00
Stenographer  900 00
Stenographer     840 00
Map-mounter     1,800 00
Photostat Operator     1,500 00
Blue-print Operator   1,360 00
Blue-print Assistant     720 00
Total of Vote No. 170   70,152 00
171. Water Rights Branch.
Salaries :
♦Comptroller    of    Water    Rights    and    Consulting
Engineer    $    5,000 00
Assistant to Comptroller  2,880 00
♦Member, Board of Investigation    3,000 00
♦Member, Board of Investigation    2,700 00
Superintendent of Construction   3,600 00
*Chief Engineer     3,000 00
*Engineer     2,400 00
"Office Engineer     2,280 00
*Engineer   (Field)     2,0S0 00
♦Two Engineers (Field) @ $1,920  3,840 00
♦Senior Draughtsman    1,900 00
♦Draughtsman   1,800 00
♦Draughtsman    1,780 00
♦Draughtsman    1,720 00
♦Two Draughtsmen @ $1,660  3,320 00
♦Draughtsman    1,600 00
♦Draughtsman    1,400 00
Chief Clerk     2,000 00
Four Clerks @ 1,660   6,640 00
Clerk     1.600 00
Clerk     1.500 00
Clerk   	
Stenographer     930 00
Stenographer     870 00
Two Stenographers @ $S10   1,620 00
Junior Clerk    960 00
Junior Clerk     7S0 00
Messenger    540 00
♦District Engineer, Kelowna   2,760 00
Carried forward   $ 64,500 00 $   157,980 00
* Not charged to Civil Government  (Salaries)  prior to 1917-18. 14 Geo. 5
Estimates (1924-25).
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Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
$    65,044 00
1,900 00
840 00
2,760 00
1,800 00
840 00
2,760 00
1,720 00
2,520 00
$ 80,184 00
(3)
4.020 00
3,600 00
3,000 00
2,700 00
2,400 00
2,100 00
1,900 00
1,900 00
5,400 00
2,520 00
2,520 00
2,400 00
2,340 00
2,220 00
2,100 00
1,980 00
2,000 00
1,900 00
1.800 00
3.360 00
1,560 CO
1,500 00
1,380 00
1,800 00
3,800 00
3,440 00
1,660 00
1,660 00
4,800 00
1,500 00
1,560 00
3,000 00
$     79,820 00
171.
172.
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS—Continued.
Water Rights Branch—Continued.
Brought  forward    $ 64,500 00 $   157,980 00
Salaries—Continued.
♦Assistant District Engineer, Kelowna    1,900 00
Stenographer, Kelowna   870 00
♦District  Engineer, Nelson     2,760 00
♦Assistant Engineer, Nelson    1,800 00
Stenographer, Nelson     810 00
♦District Engineer, Kamloops     2,760 00
♦Assistant Engineer, Kamloops    1,800 00
♦District Engineer, Cranbrook    2,520 00
Total of Vote No. 171   79,720 00
Forest Branch.
Salaries:
Chief Forester  $ 4,500 00
Assistant Chief Forester    3,300 00
Forester   3,000 00
Forester   3,000 00
Assistant Forester    ,  2,640 00
Assistant Forester    2,340 00
Assistant Forester    2,220 00
Junior Forester   2,000 00
Four Junior Foresters @ $1,800  7,200 00
Railway Inspector   '  2,520 00
Royalty Inspector   2,520 00
Status Clerk .'  2,400 00
Chief Clerk   2,340 00
Accountant     2,340 00
Assistant Supervisor of Scalers    2,100 00
Mechanical  Inspector     2,100 00
Assistant Royalty Inspector    2,100 00
Chief Draughtsman    1,000 00
Draughtsman    1,800 00
Two Draughtsmen @ $1,680  3,360 00
Draughtsman    1,560 00
Draughtsman    1,500 00
Draughtsman    1,500 00
Assistant Accountant  1,000 00
Two Clerks @ $1,000  3,800 00
Two 'Clerks @ $1,720    3,440 CO
Clerk  1,720 00
Clerk  1,660 00
Three Clerks @ $1,600   4,800 00
Clerk  L000 00
Clerk  1,560 00
Two Clerks @ $1,500  3,000 00
Carried forward   $ 83,720 00 $  237,700 00
* Not charged to Civil Government  (Salaries)  prior to 1917-18. I 64
Estimates  (1924-25).
1923
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
$     70,S2O 00
1,440 00
1,320 00
1,152 00
1,080 00
000 00
900 00
1,080 00
1,020 00
1,920 00
3,360 00
780 00
480 00
360 00
3,120 00
2,100 00
1,320 00
3,720 CO
1,920 00
780 00
3,000 00
2,520 00
2,200 00
1,900 00
2,160 00
2,080 00
1,760 00
1,500 00
1,500 00
1,452 00
1,320 00
960 00
960 00
840 00
1,560 00
900 00
$   135,724 00
172.
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS—Continued.
Forest Branch—Continued.
Brought forward    $ 83,720 00 $   237,700 00
Salaries—Continued.
Clerk   1,500 00
Clerk  1,380 00
Clerk  1,152 00
Clerk  1,080 00
Junior Clerk  960 00
Junior Clerk  840 00
Stenographer     1.0S0 00
Stenographer     1,020 00
Two Stenographers @ $960   1,920 00
Four Stenographers @ $900  3,600 00
Stenographer     870 00
Messenger    540 00
Messenger    480 00
Lumber Trade Extension.
♦Lumber Trade Commissioner    3,600 00
♦Lumber Trade Commissioner    3,120 00
♦Lumber Trade Commissioner    2,700 00
Clerk  1,440 00
Grazing.   (Established, 1918.)
Grazing Commissioner     3,720 00
Assistant Grazing Commissioner    2,100 00
Grazing  Ranger     1,500 00
Stenographer    "... 810 00
Southern Coast, Vancouver.
Forester     3,720' 00
Assistant Forester    2,700 00
Assistant Forester     2,300 00
Junior Forester   1,900 00
Fire Inspector   2,160 00
Chief Clerk  2,100 00
Clerk   1,800 00
Clerk   1,700 00
Draughtsman    1,600 00
Clerk   1,452 00
Clerk   1,440 00
Clerk      1,080 00
Clerk-Stenographer    1,050 00
Clerk   900 00
Two Junior Clerks @ $780  1,560 00
Stenographer     930 00
Carried forward   $147,524 00 $   237,700 00
•Not charged to Civil Government  (Salaries)   prior to  1917-18. 14 Geo. 5
Estimates (1924-25).
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Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
$   135,724 00
840 00
1,560 00
780 00
2.280 00
2.100 00
4,200 00
0.000 00
(3)
5,700 00
(13)23,400 00
(3)
4,500 00
1.800 00
6.000 00
1,980 00
1,800 00
1,800 00
3.300 00
2.700 00
48,000 00
(2)
4,200 00
(1)
1,980 00
12,600 00
9.000 00
1.900 00
1.200 00
(1)
900 00
900 00
900 00
840 00
780 00
3,000 00
2,400 00
1,900 00
1.800 00
1,320 00
1,080 00
$ :
301,224 00
1.72.
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS—Continued.
Forest Branch—Continued.
Brought forward $147,524 00 $   237,700 CO
Salaries—Continued.
Southern Coast, Vancouver—Continued.
Stenographer     930 00
Two Stenographers @ $870   1,740 00
Stenographer     810 00
Stenographer     780 00
Supervisor   2,280 00
Supervisor  2,160 00
Two Supervisors @ $2,100    4,200 00
Four Supervisors' Clerks @ $1,500   6,000 00
Two Rangers @ $1,900   3,800 00
Eleven Rangers @ $1,800    19,800 00
Four Rangers @ $1,680  6,720 00
Two Rangers @ $1,500   3,000 00
Export Patrolman  1,800 00
Four Wireless Telephone Operators @ $1,500 : 6,000 00
♦Foreman, Thurston Bay     1,980 00
♦Mechanic, Thurston Bay    1,800 00
♦Boat-builder, Thurston Bay    1,800 00
Scaling Staff.
Supervisor of Scalers          3,3C0 00
Assistant Supervisor of Scalers          2,700 00
Twenty Scalers @ $2,400        48,000 CO
Scaler        2,100 00
Six Scalers @ $1,980        11,880 00
Seven Scalers @ $1,800	
Six Scalers @ $1,500	
Ten Assistant Scalers @ $1,620      16,200 00
Recorder of Scaling        2,000 00
Recorder of Scaling         1,800 00
Four Computing Clerks @ $1,080         4,320 CO
Clerk   ..:  930 00
Clerk	
Stenographer     900 00
Stenographer     780 00
Northern Coast, Prince Rupert.
Forester  3,000 00
Assistant District Forester   2,400 CO
Junior Forester   2,000 00
Chief  Clerk   "   1.800 00
Clerk  1,440 00
Clerk    .'  1,20000
Carried, forward   $319,874 00 $   237,700 00
♦ Not charged to Civil Government  (Salaries)  prior to 1917-18. I  66
Estimates (1924-25).
1923
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
$   301,224 00
900 CO
900 00
2,100 00
1,500 00
1,800 00
3,360 00
1,500 00
3,000 00
1,440 00
2,400 00
2,100
oo
3,600
00
960
00
1,500 00
3,000 00
1,600 00
1,500 00
1,080 00
1,920 00
1,920 00
9,000 00
1,500 00
2,400 00
2,020 00
1,500 00
1.152 00
3,800 00
5,400 00
2.400 00
1,900 00
1,800 00
$   372,176 00
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS—Continued.
172. Forest Branch—Continued.
Brought forward    $319,874 00 $  237,700 00
Salaries—Continued.
Northern Coast, Prince Rupert—Continued.
Stenographer           1,080 00
Stenographer   .'  840 00
Supervisor    :  2,100 00
Supervisor's Clerk    1,500 00
Ranger     1,800 00
Two Rangers @ 1,800  3,600 00
Ranger   1,800 00
Two Rangers @ $1,680   3,360 00
♦Launch Captain     1,440 00
Scaling Staff.
Scaler      2,400 0O
Scaler     2,400 OO
Two Scalers @ $1,980   3,960 00
Scaler     1,980 00
Stenographer     060 00
Supervisor's Clerk    1,500 00
Prince George
District Forester    2,400 00
Assistant District Forester    2,000 00
Draughtsman    1,600 00
Clerk      1,500 00
Clerk-Stenographer     1,080 00
Supervisor  . 1,980 00
Supervisor       1,920 00
Five Rangers @ $1,800  9.000 00
Ranger      1,500 00
Cranbrook,.
District Forester   2,520 00
Assistant District Forester   2.C00 00
Clerk     1,380 00
Clerk     1,152 00
Two Rangers @ $1,900  3,800 00
Three Rangers @ $1,800 ,  5,400 CO
Nelson.
District Forester     2.520 00
Assistant District Forester   2,100 00
Chief Clerk and Draughtsman   1,800 00
Carried forward   $396,246 00 $  237,700 00
* Not charged to Cfvil Government  (Salaries)  prior to 1917-18. 14 Geo. 5
Estimates (1924-25).
1 6"t
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Y'ear
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
$   372,176 00
1,152 00
840 00
780 00
5,700 00
3,600 00
1,680 00
(3)
(1)
2,460 00
2,020 00
1,320 00
780 00
1,900 00
3,600 00
1,680 00
2,400 00
2,020 00
1,320 00
780 00
1,800 00
3,600 00
2,100 00
1,440 00
3,600 00
1,680 00
$ 420,428 00
$  90,473 00
99.760 00
6,540 00
6,240 00
$ 203,013 00
217,415 00
DEPARTMENT OF D-ANDS—Continued.
172. Forest Branch—Continued.
Brought forward    $396,246 00 $   237,700 00
Salaries—Continued.
Nelson—Continued.
Clerk   	
Stenographer   	
Stenographer   	
Two Rangers @ $1,900
Two Rangers @ $1,800
Two Rangers @ $1,680
Vernon.
District Forester   	
Assistant District Forester
Clerk   	
Stenographer   	
Ranger  	
Two Rangers @ $1,800	
Ranger    	
Kamloops.
District Forester   	
Assistant District Forester
Clerk   	
Stenographer   	
Ranger 	
Two Rangers @ $1,500	
1.152
00
870
00
3,800
00
3,600 00
3,360 00
2.520
CO
2,100
00
1.500 00
840
00
1,900
00
3,600
oo
1,800.
00
2.520 00
1.900 00
1,320
00
840 00
1,800
00
3,000
00
Cariboo.
District Forester     2,400 00
Clerk  1.380 00
Two Rangers @ $1,800  3.600 OO
Ranger  :  1.680 00
$443,728 00
Less chargeable to Forest Protection
Fund . .' $ 05,550 00
Less chargeable to Scaling Fund ...   111,210 00
Less chargeable to Lumber Trade
Extension    '      10,860 00
Less chargeable to Maintenance of
Launches          6,280 00
223,900 00
Total of Vote No. 172
Carried forward  	
219,828 00
$  457,528 00 1 68
Estimates (1924-25)
1923
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
$     25,000 00
$     25,000 00
$     60,000 00
3,500 00
500 00
7,500 00
40,000 00
$    51,500 00
$     70,000 00
$       3.000 00
2,000 00
4,000 00
12,000 00
7,500 00
$   210,000 00
300,000
30,000
50,000
25,000
0,000
30,000
7,500
700
500
10,000
135,000
30,000
15,000
500
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS—Continued.
Brought  forward    $  457,528 00
General.
173. Temporary assistance $ 17,500 CO
Total of Vote No. 173   17,500 00
174. Expenses (including General Office and Branches) :
Office supplies, etc $ 60,000 00
Travelling expenses:
Lands Branch   $    2,500 00
Surveys Branch  500 00 '
Water Rights Branch        7,500 00
Forest Branch       40,000 00
$   640,200 00
175.
176.
177.
178.
179.
ISO.
181.
182.
183.
184.
185.
186.
187.
1SS.
1S9.
50,500 00
Construction, purchase, repair, and maintenance of
launches and autos (including subsistence of
crews, etc.)        70,000 00
Rent and upkeep of District Offices  3,000 00
Construction and maintenance of Ranger Stations .. 2.C00 00
Wireless  telephones,   installation,  rental   of  instruments, etc  4,000 00
Gazette and newspaper notices   12,000 00
Land-sales    1,000 00
Incidentals     7,500 00
Total of Vote No. 174         210,000 00
Miscellaneous Votes.
Forest Protection Fund  $300,000 00
Lumber trade extension    30,000 00
Reconnaissance and cruising   40,000 00
Insect damage:   investigation and control  35,000 00
Forest research    15,000 00
Land classification  5,000 00
Grazing:   range improvement    10,000 00
Water surveys    20.C00 00
British Columbia Hydrometric Survey   7.500 00
Rainfall and climatic statistics	
Irrigation Convention  500 00
" Soldiers' Land Act," chap. 50. 1018   7.500 CO
Land surveys  150.000 00
Photo-topographical surveys  30,000 00
Lithograph maps   10,000 00
Refunds under '' Land Act"   500 00
Carried forward   $670,000 00 $   685,028 00 14 Geo. 5
Estimates (1924-25).
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Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
$   640,200 00
4,000 00
10,000 00
10.000 00
50,000 00
10,000 00
$   724,200 00
$1,414,247 00
$       7,500 00
2,040 00
$      0,540 00
1,025 00
1,500 00
$     12.065 00
4,000 00
2,400 00
1,500 00
900 00
840 00
$       9,640 00
2,300 00
150 00
6,000 00
$     18,000 00
$      4,000 00
2,820 00
$       6,820 00
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS—Continued.
Miscellaneous Votes—Continued.
Brought forward    $670,000 00 $   685,028 00
100. Refunds under " Revenue Act Amendment Act, 1020 "       1,000 00
101. Publicity          10,000 00
192. General investigations        10,000 00
192a. Immigration         20,000 00
193. Contingencies         10.000 00
Total, Miscellaneous Votes        721,000 00
Total, Department of Lands    $1,406,028 00
DEPARTMENT OF MINES.
194. Minister's Office.
Salaries:
Minister of Mines  $   7.500 00
Secretary           2,040 00
$ 9,540 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  1,025 00
Travelling expenses, etc  1,500 00
Total of Vote No. 194   $    12,065 00
195. General Office.
Salaries:
Deputy Minister  $ 4,000 00
Chief Clerk and Gold Commissioner  1,800 00
Clerk     1,020 00
Clerk and Stenographer    960 00
Clerk   	
Office-boy   360 00
♦Temporary assistance    340 00
$ 8,480 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  2.300 00
Travelling expenses, etc  150 00
Printing and binding, etc  6,000 CO
Total of Vote No. 195   16,930 00
196. Mines Inspection Branch.
Salaries:
Chief Inspector of Mines  $    4,400 00
Inspector         2,820 00
Carried forward   $    7,220 00 $     28,005 00
* Not charged to  Civil   Government   (Salaries)   prior  to   1917-18. I  70
Estimates  (1924-25).
1923
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
$       6,820 00
2,700 00
2,640 00
2,280 00
6,300 00
4,800 00
1,980 00
780 00
$
28,300 00
2,000 00
10,000 00
$
40,300 00
$
4,240 00
1,780 00
1,300 00
2,640 00
1,560 00
1,260 00
$
12,780 00
2,750 00
150 00
$
15,680 00
$
1,440 00
2,760 00
720 00
4,920 00
125 00
8,000 00
400 00
$
13,445 00
DEPARTMENT OF MINES—Continued.
198. Mines Inspection Branch—Continued.
Brought  forward    $    7,220 00 $    28,995 00
Salaries—Continued.
Inspector         2,700 00
Inspector          2,640 00
Inspector         2,2S0 00
Three Inspectors @ 2,100         6,300 00
Two Inspectors and Examiners of Mine Officials and
Miners    @    $2,400    (prior   to   1917-18,    services
carried out by 10 Beards of Examiners)           4,800 00
Inspector          1,980 00
Stenographer     780 00
'   ♦Temporary assistance    50 00
$ 28,750 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  2,000 00
Travelling expenses, etc  10,000 00
Total of Vote No. 196   40,750 00
197. Bureau of Mines.
Salaries:
Provincial Mineralogist $ 4,240 00
Clerk  1,780 00
Clerk     1,260 00
Assistant Assayer and Public Analyst  2,640 00
Laboratory Assistant  1,560 00
Caretaker     1,260 00
$ 12,740 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  2,750 00
Travelling expenses, etc  150 00
Total of Vote No. 197  15,640 00
198. Mine-rescue and Training Stations.
Salaries:
Instructor and Caretaker ' $    1,440 00
Two Instructors and Caretakers @ $1,380        2,760 00
Instructor and Caretaker     720 00
$ 4,920 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  600 00
Apparatus and miscellaneous grants, etc  7,500 CO
Travelling expenses, etc  400 00
Total of Vote No. 108  13,420 CO
Carried forward     $    98,805 00
* Not  charged   lo   Civil   Government   (Salaries)   prior  to   1917-18. 14 Geo. 5
Estimates (1924-25).
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Estimated
Expenditure.
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
1,000 00
2,500 00
2,000 00
65,000 00
40,000 00
0,500 00
2.500 00
119,500 00
$    20,570 60
13,646 22
$    34,216 91
$   253,296 91
$      7,500
2,040
780
$
10,320 00
800 00
1,400 00
$
12,520 00
$
3,720 00
2,340 00
1,780 00
1,080 00
900 00
900 00
7S0 00
$     11,500 00
DEPARTMENT OF MIXES—Continued.
Brought foricard.     $    98,805 00
Miscellaneous Votes.
199. Grant to Western Branch, Canadian Mining Institute $    1,000 00
200. Grant to B.C. Chamber of Mines (conditional)           2.500 00
201. Grants to Mining Conventions         2,000 00
202. " Mines Development Act." Supplementary      100,000 00
203. " Mineral   Survey   and   Development   Act,"   Supple
mentary       40,000 00
204. Subsidy   re   explosives   to   assist   bona-fide   mineral
prospectors        5,000 00
205. Advertising, incidentals, and contingencies        2,500 00
Total, Miscellaneous Votes           153,000 00
Statutory.
" Mines Development Act, 1916 "	
" Mineral Survey and Development Act, 1917 "	
Total, Statutory Expenditure   	
Total, Department of Mines    $   251,805 00
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY.
208. Minister's Office.
Salaries:
Provincial  Secretary   $    7,500 00
Secretary           2,040 00
Stenographer     870 00
$ 10,410 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  800 00
Travelling expenses, etc  1,400 00
Total of Vote No. 208     $     12,610 00
209. General Office.
Salaries:
Deputy Provincial Secretary  $    3,720 00
Chief Clerk   2,340 00
Postal Clerk   1,800 00
Clerk  1,080 00
Clerk  1,020 00
Stenographer  900 00
Assistant Postal Clerk and Stenographer   840 00
Carried forward   $ 11,700 00 $    12,610 00 I  72
Estimates  (1924-25)
1923
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
$      11,500 00
500 00
$     12,000 00
2,500 00
1,500 00
$    16,000 00
4,320 00
4,000 00
2,400 00
1,020 00
780 00
1,680 00
1,200 00
960 00
720 00
780 00
500 00
$
18,360 00
0,650 00
6,500 00
11,000 00
13,000 00
50,000 00
$
105,510 00
10,000 00
$
95,510 00
$
2.400 00
1.540 00
1,720 00
1,180 00
1.020 00
$
7,860 00
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY— Continued.
209. General Office—Continued.
Brought foricard    $ 11,700 00 $    12,610 00
Salaries—Continued.
Messenger    420 00
♦Temporary assistance    350 00
$ 12,470 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  2,500 00
Travelling expenses, etc  350 00
Total of Vote No. 209   15,320 00
210. Provincial Board of Health.
Salaries:
Secretary  $   4,320 00
Hospital  Inspector and Travelling Medical  Health
Officer  (new service)     4,000 00
Chief Sanitary Inspector   2,400 00
Clerk  960 00
Clerk :  780 00
Deputy Registrar, Births, Deaths, and Marriages .. 1,680 00
Clerk   1,200 00
Clerk   960 00
Clerk •.... 480 00
Stenographer  810 00
♦Temporary assistance    500 00
$ 18,090 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  6,650 00
Travelling expenses, etc  6,500 00
Medical inspection of schools    11,000 00
Public-health nursing     13,000 00
Incidentals and emergencies   50,000 00
$105,240 00
Less Dominion of Canada, Subvention Venereal
Disease         10,000 00
Total of Vote No. 210   95,240 00
211. Provincial Library and Archives.
Salaries:
Librarian and Archivist  $ 2,400 00
Legislative Reference Clerk  (new service)     1,640 00
Chief Cataloguer   1,720 00
First Assistant Cataloguer   1,180 00
Reference Clerk  1,020 00
Carried forward   $    7,900 00 $   123,170 00
* Not  charged  to   Civil   Government   (Salaries)   prior  to   1917-18. 14 Geo. 5
Estimates (1924-25).
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Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
7,860 00
S70 00
870 00
780 00
600 00
500 00
$
11,480 00
9,000 00
$
20,480 00
$
1,740 00
1,200 00
500 00
$
3,440 00
1.100 00
2,500 00
800 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
300 00
$
10,140 00
$
2,400 00
900 00
1,540 00
1,320 00
1,200 00
800 00
$
8,160 00
1,125 00
1,583 00
$
10,868 00
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRET AR Y—Continued.
211. Provincial Library and Archives—Continued.
Brought forward   $    7,960 00 $    123,170 00
Salaries—Continued.
Assistant Reference Clerk    870 00
Archives Indexer    870 00
Stenographer and Book-keeper   840 00
Apprentice Clerk  420 00
♦Temporary assistance    500 00
$ 11,460 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, books, subscriptions, etc        9,000 00
Total of Vote No. 211    20,460 00
212 " Public Libraries Act."
Salaries:
Superintendent $    1,740 00
Assistant Superintendent          1,200 00
Assistant    900 00
♦Temporary assistance 	
$ 3,840 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  850 00
Books and periodicals   2,500 00
Freight and express, etc  800 00
Grants in aid of libraries   1,000 00
Travelling expenses, etc  500 00
Incidentals and contingencies   500 00
Total of Vote No. 212  9,990 00
213. Provincial Museum.
Salaries:
Director $    2,400 00
Recorder  900 00
Assistant Biologist   1,540 00
Attendant     1,320 00
Attendant     1,200 00
♦Temporary assistance    600 00
$ 7,960 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  1,125 00
Incidentals and contingencies  i  1,415 00
Total of Vote No. 213  10,500 00
Carried foricard     $   164,120 00
* Not charged to Civil Government  (Salaries)  prior to 1917-18. I 74
Estimates. (1924-25).
1923
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
2,S20 00
1,920 00
1,800 00
2,520 00
1,420 00
1,392 00
1,332 00
840 00
840 00
780 00
109,580 00
$   125,244 00
3,500 00
1,200 00
45.000 00
14,000 00
12,000 00
$   200,944 00
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY— Continued.
Brought foricard   	
Mental Hospitals.
214. Headquarters.
Salaries:
Medical Superintendent   	
Bursar  	
Assistant Bursar 	
Book-keeper   	
Book-keeper   	
Clinical Clerk and Stenographer ...
Stenographer   	
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Travelling expenses, etc.
$   164,120 00
$
4,000
00
2,520 00
1.420 00
1.392
00
1,200 00
1.332
00
870 00
$
12,734
00
1,500
00
800
00
Total of Vote No. 214   $ 15,034 00
215.
Essondale.
Salaries:
Assistant Medical Superintendent $
Physician   	
Physician    	
Physician (Acute Building) (new service)
Physician (Acute Building) (new service)
Bursar (Institutions and Farm)
Assistant Bursar   	
Book-keeper  	
3,000 00
2,100 CO
2,000 00
2,000 00
2,000 00
Clinical Clerk and Stenographer
Business Stenographer  	
Clinical Stenographer  	
Stenographer (Acute Building)   ,
Junior Stenographer  	
♦Sundry    employees     (including
Building)  	
To be transferred to
(.Headquarters as
from April 1st, 1924.
Acute
900 00
780 00
780 00
14'
',340 00
$160,000 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  1.500 00
Travelling expenses, etc  700 00
Fuel, light, water, etc  55,000 00
Maintenance   and   repairs   of   buildings,
grounds, etc  16,000 00
Furniture and fixtures    10,000 00
Carried foricard
$244,100 00$ 15,034 00 $   164,120 00
Not charged to Civil Government (Salaries)  prior to 1917-18. 14 Geo. 5
Estimates (1924-25).
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Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
$   200,944 00
70,000 00
15,000 00
3,500 00
1,000 00
10,000 00
300.444 00
45,000 00
255,444 00
$      3,600 00
2,400 00
2,100 00
1,684 00
1,080 00
1,320 00
840 00
90,332 00
.$  103.356 00
2.350 00
400 00
27,000 00
15,000 00
8,500 00
45,000 00
20,000 00
3,500 00
9,000 00
10,000 00
$   244,106 CO
35,000 00
$   209,106 00
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued.
Mental Hospitals—Continued.
215. Essondale—Continued.
Brought forward    $244,100 CO $ 15,034 00 $   164,120 00
Expenses—Continued.
Provisions, etc  68,600 00
Uniforms and clothing    17,000 00
Medical and surgical supplies  4,000 00
Examinations, committals, and transportation    1,000 00
Incidentals and contingencies  10,000 00
$344,100 00
Less receipts estimated at       45,000 00
Total of Vote No. 215     209,100 00
216. New Westminster.
Salaries:
Medical   Superintendent  of   Institutions
(transferred to Headquarters)   	
Assistant Medical Superintendent  $    2,700 00 .
Physician           2,000 00
Receiving Clerk           1,684 00
Laboratory Assistant         1,020 00
Clinical Clerk and Stenographer          1,320 00
Second Stenographer   900 00
♦Sundry employees      92,588 00
$102,212 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  2,350 00
Travelling expenses, etc  300 CO
Fuel, light, water, etc  27,000 00
Maintenance   and   repairs   of  buildings,
grounds, etc  10,000 00
Furniture and fixtures 10,000 00
Provisions, etc  30,000 CO
Uniforms and clothing    16,000 00
Medical and surgical supplies  2,500 OO
Examinations,    committals,    and   transportation  0,000 00
Incidentals and contingencies   6,500 00
$215,862 CO'
Less receipts estimated at      35,000 00
Total of Vote No. 216     180,862 00
Carried forward   $494,996 00 $   164,120 00
* Not charged to Civil Government (Salaries) prior to 1917-18. I 76
Estimates  (1924-25).
1923
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
$  2,520 00
1,200 00
28,060 00
$  31,780 00
500 00
1,000 00
3.500 00
4,500 00
2,800 OO
26,400 00
3,000 00
2,400 00
1,000 00
1,200 00
1,500 OO
4,000 00
3,600 00
8,000 00
$  95,180 00
15,000 00
$ 80,180 00
$  1,440 00
1,200 00
180 00
15,356 00
$  18,176 CO
350 00
200 00
6.500 00
3,500 00
1.000 00
13,500 00
2,500 00
$ 45.726 00
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued.
Mental Hospitals—Continued.
Brought forward  $494,990 00 $   164,120 00
217. Colony Farm and Nusery, Essondale.
Salaries:
Farm Superintendent $    2,520 00
Book-keeper      (transferred     to     Headquarters)  	
♦Sundry employees         27,040 00
$ 29,500 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  500 00
Travelling expenses, etc  500 00
Fuel, light, water, etc  3,500 00
Maintenance and repairs of buildings, etc. 4,500 00
Provisions, etc  2,200 00
Feed for stock  ' 26,400 00
Fertilizer and seed  3,000 00
Testing cows  1,200 00
Implements, harness, etc  500 00
Blacksmith supplies   400 00
Farm roads and bridges  500 00
Cannery supplies  4,000 CO
Poultry   3,600 00
Incidentals and contingencies     8,000 00
$ 88,300 00
Less receipts estimated at          8,000 00
Total of Vote No. 217       80,360 00
218. Mental Home (Saanich), Colquitz.    (Established, 1919.)
Salaries:
Supervisor $    1,620 00
VisitiDg Physician           1.200 00
Visiting Dentist  180 CO
Sundry employees      17,072 00
$ 20,072 00
E.xpenses:
Office supplies, etc  300 00
Travelling expenses, etc  100 00
Fuel, light, water, etc  6,500 00
Maintenance   and   repairs   of   buildings,
grounds, etc  2,500 00
Furniture and fixtures    1,000 CO
Provisions, etc  13,000 00
Uniforms and clothing    2,500 CO
Carried forward   $ 45,972 00 $575,356 00 $   164,120 00
* Not charged to Civil Government (Salaries)  prior to 1917-18. 14 Geo. 5
Estimates (1924-25).
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Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
$
45,726 00
500 00
4.500 00
$
50,726 00
5,000 00
$
45,726 00
$
590,456 00
$      1,200 00
840 00
10,000 00
$    12,040 00
145 00
8,000 00
3,000 00
1,000 00
15,000 00
4,000 00
700 00
700 00
1.100 00
700 00
$    46,385 00
10,200 00
$    36,185 00
$ 3,000 00
2,400 00
2,400 00
$      8,400 00
218.
219.
220.
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued.
Mental Hospitaxs—Continued.
Mental Home   (Saajniich)   Colquitz—Continued.
Brought foricard $ 45,972 00 $575,356 00 $   164,120 00
Expenses—Continued.
Medical and surgical supplies  500 00
Incidentals and contingencies        5,000 00
$ 51,472 00
Less receipts estimated at        5,000 00
Total of Vote No. 218       46,472 00
Total, Mental Hospitals         621,828 00
Provincial Home, Kamloops.
Salaries:
Superintendent $    1,200 00
Matron   840 00
♦Sundry  employees         10,800 00
$ 12,840 CO
Expenses:                                              ■
Office supplies, etc  200 00
Fuel, light, water, etc  8,000 00
Maintenance and repairs of buildings, grounds, etc. 3,000 00
Furniture and fixtures    750 00
Provisions, etc  13,000 00
Clothing, etc  2,100 OO
Medical and surgical supplies  750 00
Transportation of inmates   600 00
Feed for live stock   000 00
Incidentals and contingencies   500 00
$ 42,640 00
Less receipts estimated at       10,000 00
Total of Vote No. 210  32,640 00
Tranquille Sanatorium.    (Established, April, 1021.)
Salaries:
Medical  Superintendent    $ 3,600 00
Assistant Physician    2,400 00
Assistant Physician   1,800 00
Carried forward    $    7,800 00 $   818.588 00
* Not charged to Civil Government (Salaries)  prior to 1917-18. 1 78
Estimates (1924-25 ).
1923
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
$       8,400 00
2,400 00
1,200 00
1,200 00
1,800. 00
720 00
77,230 00
$    02,050 00
1,920 00
2.300 00
37,500 00
15,000 00
5,350 00
97,000 00
3,900 00
18,400 00
274.320 00
170.000 00
$ 104,320 00
2,400 00
720 00
16,880 00
$ 20,000
00
3,500
00
1,000 00
8.500
00
1.000 00
1,000
00
3,000
00
300 00
4,500
00
500 00
$ 43,300 00
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued.
220. Tranquille Sanatorium—Continued.
Brought forward $    7,800 00 $   818,588 00
Salaries—Continued.
Assistant Physician    1,800 00
Laboratory Technician    1,200 00
X-ray Technician    1,200 00
Bursar    1,800 00
Clinical Clerk and Stenographer   660 00
Temporary assistance    300 CO
Sundry employees     80,240 00
$ 95,000 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  1,175 00
Travelling expenses, transportation,  etc. 3,000 00
Fuel, light, water, etc  39,600 00
Maintenance   and   repairs   of   buildings,
grounds, etc  12,900 00
Furniture and fixtures   4,500 00
Provisions, etc  98,000 00
Medical and surgical supplies  3,500 00
Incidentals and contingencies  9,000 00
$206,675 00
Less receipts estimated at    100,000 00
Total of Vote No. 220    $166,675 00
221. Tranquille Sanatorium Farm.    (Established, April, 1921.)
Salaries:
Superintendent $    2.400 00
Book-keeper     660 00
Sundry employees       18,510 00
$ 21,570 CO
Expenses :
Provisions, etc  3,500 00
Fuel, light, water, etc  1.5O0 00
Feed for stock   8,000 00
Blacksmith's supplies, repairs, etc  1,000 00
Seed, fruit-boxes, etc  1,000 00
Maintenance   and   repairs   of   buildings,
grounds, etc  2,000 00
Drugs and veterinary supplies, etc  300 00
Implements, harness, etc  3,000 00
Travelling expenses, etc  500 00
Carried forward   $ 42,370 00 $166,675 00 $   818,588 00 14 Geo. 5
Estimates (1924-25)
I 79
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
221.
DEPARTAIENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued.
Tranquille Sanatorium Farm—Continued.
$    43,300 00
1,700 00
Brought forward
Expenses—Continued.
(Leased range  	
J Purchase of new sires   	
[Incidentals and contingencies
$ 42,370 00 $166,675 00 $   818,588 00
300 00
1,000 00
1,330 00
$
45,000 00
30,000 00
$
15,000 00
$
119,320 00
$ 45,000 00
Less receipts estimated at         30,000.00
Total of Vote No. 221 	
Total, Tranquille Sanatorium and Farm
15,000 00
1.S00 00
900 00
1,020 00
780 00
1.200 00
1,020 00
1,200 00
1,020 00
1,020 00
1,020 00
- 900 no
1,020 00
14,100 00
$     27,000 00
1,500 00
1.200 00
2,000 00
14,000 00
5,000 00
S,000 00
18,000 00
2,500 00
4,500 00
222. Industrial and Subnormal Boys' School.
Salaries:
Superintendent   	
Matron 	
Bookkeeper-Stenographer and Commercial Teacher..
Nurse and Assistant  	
Tailor Instructor   	
Shoemaker Instructor 	
Carpenter  Instructor,  $1,020;  as  Musical  Director,
$180   	
Agricultural Instructor 	
Engineer   	
Senior School-teacher   	
Junior School-teacher  	
Chief Attendant and Storekeeper 	
♦Sundry employees       H
$ 23,900 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  I,500 °°
Travelling expenses, transportation, etc.   600 00
Furniture and fixtures  r)>000 °°
Clothing, boots, etc  1»>000 00
Maintenance and repairs of buildings, grounds, etc.. . 8,500 00
Fuel, light, water, etc  S,500 00
Provisions, etc  19,0C0 00
Medical, surgical, and dental supplies  3,000 00
Incidentals and contingencies   4,500 00
f 1,800 00
900 00
1,020 00
780 00
1.200 00
1,020 00
1,200 00
1,020 00
1,020 00
1.020 00
900 CO
1,020 00
11,000 00
83,700 00
Total of Vote No. 222
Carried foricard
181,675 00
89,500 00
$1,089,763 00
» Not charged to Civil Government (Salaries)  prior to 1917-18. I 80
Estimates  (1924-25)
1923
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
$
1,250 00
223
224
225
226
227
228
229
230
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL
Administration of "Inf.
Salaries:
*Temnorarv  assistance   	
SECREr
lnts Act
PARY— Conti
$    1,250 00
nued.
$1,089,763 00
Expenses:
Travelling exnenses.  etc	
$
1,250 00
300 00
1,250 00
27,000 00
100 00
$    1,250 00
500 00
1,500 00
5    27,000 00
300 00
Grants and contributions to homes and aid
societie
Total of Vote No. 223	
Provincial Home for Incurables.
Salaries:
(Established
$
29,900 00
July 1st, 19:
20,010 00
30,550 00
S3.)
Expenses:
Fuel, light, water, etc	
Maintenance and repairs, etc	
$ 21,810 00
720 00
200 00
5,700 00
2,000 00
2,250 00
18,750 00
3,750 00
1,500 00
1,000 00
5,000 00
Incidentals and contingencies  	
Total of Vote No. 224
Grants to Hospitals
Special grants to Hospitals  	
AND
Chariti
$ 62,680 00
50,000 CO
•:s.
25,000 00
6,400 00
55,000 00
12,000 00
1,750 00
12,680 00
$
400,000 00
35,000 00
6,000 00
55,000 00
14,000 00
1,750 00
Grants to Refuge Homes, Aid Societies
In aid of destitute poor and sick, etc
In aid of Resident Physicians 	
etc.
Total, Grants to Hospitals a
nd Charities
$
511,750 00
485,150 00
?1,618,143 00
prior
to 1917-18.
"Not charged to Civil Government (Salaries) 14 Geo. 5
Estimates (1924-25).
I 81
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Yrcar
1924-25.
4,120 00
1,500 00
960 00
870 00
1,560 00
500 00
$
9,510 00
1,600 00
$
7,910 00
1.250 00
1.250 00
2,200 00
500 00
$
13.110 00
$
50.000 00
750 00
4.500 00
$
55,250 00
$
2.S20 00
2.100 00
1,700 00
1.0S0 00
780 00
7S0 00
1.500 00
1.272 00
1,272 00
1,140 00
95,132 00
$
109,576 00
3,000 00
25 00
$ 112,601 00
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued.
Brought foricard      $1,618,143 00
231. Civil Service Commission.
* Salaries:
Commissioner     $ 4,120 00
Chief Clerk  l,6O0 00
Clerk-Stenographer   960 00
Stenographer     780 00
Two Stenographers @ $780   1,560 00
Temporary assistance    300 00
$    9,320 CO
Less charged to departments for substitute work      2.300 00
$    7,020 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  SOO 00
Travelling expenses, etc     600 00
Examinations and advertising         1,500 00
Contingencies 	
Total of Vote No. 231   9,920 00
Grants re Civil Service.
232. Superannuation    $ 45,000 00
233. Special contribution re minimum allowances   500 00
234. Gratuities under section 45, " Civil Service Act "...       4,000 00
Total re Superannuation    40.500 00
235. King's Printer.
Salaries:
King's Printer and Comptroller of Stationery $ 2,820 00
Superintendent of Stationery    2,100 00
Chief Clerk and Accountant    1,900 00
Clerk  1,200 00
Clerk and Stenographer    870 00
Clerk and Stenographer   810 00
Storekeeper   1,500 CO
Mail Clerk    1,272 00
Stockman     1,344 00
Packer     1.200 00
Sundry employees   75.0C0 00
$ 00,016 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, postage, etc  2,500 00
Travelling expenses, etc  25 00
Carried foricard   $ 02,541 00 $1,677,563 00
* Not charged to Civil Government (Salaries) prior to 1917-18. 1 82
Estimates (1924-25).
1923
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
$   112,601 00
95,000 00
7,000 00
$   214,601 00
214,591 00
10 00
$    10,000 00
44,000 00
1,000 00
12,000 00
12,500 00
25,000 00
17,500 00
50,000 00
16,500 00
11,000 00
199,500 00
$1,804,699 00
$      7,500 00
2,040 00
$      9.540 00
1.000 00
2,500 00
$    13,040 00
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued,
235. Kino's Printer—Continued.
Brought foricard $ 92,541 00 $1,677,563 00
Expenses—Continued.
Printing-paper, materials, stationery, etc      S5,000 00
New machinery, type, maintenance of plant, repairs,
etc        6,000 00
$183,541 00
Less   chargeable   to   King's   Printer   Operating
Account      183,531 00
Total of Vote No. 235   10 00
Miscellaneous Votes.
236. Registration of voters $ 10,000 00
Grant to Provincial Royal Jubilee Hospital	
237. Grant to City of Greenwood        1.000 00
238. Grant to City of Rossland      12,000 00
239. Grant   towards   Dominion   exhibit,   British   Empire
Exhibition,  London         21,500 00
239a. British    Empire    Exhibit.    London — Departmental
exhibits      10,000 00
Grant to Pacific North-west Tourist Association	
239b. Grant for patriotic purposes. Returned Soldiers' Aid
Commission, etc       20,000 00
240. Industries for blind adults       17,500 00
241. Assessment on Class 13   (The Crown), "Workmen's
Compensation Act "        25,000 00
242. Salaries of members, Workmen's Compensation Board     16.5C0 00
243. Contingencies and incidentals           5,000 00
Total, Miscellaneous Votes        138,500 00
Total, Department of the Provincial Secretary   $1,816,073 00
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS.
244. Minister's Office.
Salaries:
Minister of Public Works $    7,500 00
Secretary         1,800 00
$ 9,300 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  1,000 00
Travelling expenses   2,500 00
Total of Vote No. 244   $    12,800 00
Carried forward     $     12,800 00 14 Geo. 5
Estimates (1924-25)
I 83
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1024-25.
4,000 00
4,400 00
3,360 00
3,120 00
2,100 00
2,100 00
3,000 00
2,100 00
1,720 00
2,760 00
1,780 00
1,720 00
1,620 00
1,500 00
1,452 00
1.720 00
780 00
600 00
1.080 00
1,020 00
(2)   1,560 00
1,000 00
3,120 00
47,612 CO
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS—Continued.
Brought forward     $    12,800 00
245. Administration.
Salaries:
Deputy Minister $ 4,000 00
Public Works Engineer  4,580 00
Assistant Public Works Engineer  3,4S0 00
Draughting Office.
Office Engineer    3,120 00
Chief Draughtsman    2,100 00
Draughtsman  2,100 00
Architect's Office.
Supervising Architect    3,000 00
Assistant Supervising Architect   2,100 00
Draughtsman    1,800 00
Accounting Office.
Chief Clerk and Accountant  2,760 00
Assistant Accountant  1,800 00
Clerk   1,720 00
Clerk   1,500 00
Clerk   1,500 00
Clerk   1,500 00
General Office.
Senior Clerk  1,800 00
Junior Clerk  960 00
Junior Clerk  840 00
Junior Clerk  480 00
Stenographer  900 00
Stenographer  900 00
Stenographer  900 00
Stenographer     810 00
Stenographer     810 00
*Temporary assistance    1,000 00
Superintendent of Bridges and Buildings.
Salary   	
Bridge Engineer.
*Salary  3,120 00
Carried foricard   '. $ 49,580 00 $     12,800 00
* Not charged to Civil Government (Salaries) prior to 1917-18. I 84
Estimates  (1924-25)
1923
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal i'ear
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
$     47,612 00
$     47,012 00
7,200 00
3,500 00
245
$     58,312 00
$      1,200 00
1,920 00
1,860 00
1,560 00
1,380 00
1,3S0 00
1,680 00
1,620 00
1,500 00
2,880 00
1,600 00
1,320 00
10,800 00
7,020 00
7,980 00
1,200 00
1,170 00
1,140 00
1,200 00
360 00
1,000 00
$    51,770 00
246.
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS—Continued.
Administration—Continued.
Brought forward,    $ 49,580 00 $     12,800 00
Mechanical Superintendent.
Salary (new service since 1918)          2,1C0 00
$ 51,6,80 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        5,700 00
Travelling expenses, etc        5,000 00
Total of Vote No. 245  62,380 00
Maintenance of Parliament Buildings
and Grounds.
Salaries:
Telegraph Office.
♦Operator    $    1,200 00
Garage.
Chauffeur-Mechanic (new service since 1918)          1,560 00
Boiler-room.
Engineer     1,860 00
First Assistant Engineer    1,560 00
Second Assistant Engineer   1,380 00
Third Assistant Engineer   1,380 00
Electrician  1,6S0 00
Plumber , 1,620 00
Carpenter-shop.
Head Carpenter        1,500 00
Two Carpenters @ $1,440          2,880 00
Janitors.
Chief Janitor   1,600 00
Janitor   1,320 00
Nine Janitors @ $1,200  10,800 00
Six Janitors (§, $1,170   7,020 00
Seven Janitors @ $1,140  7,980 00
*Watchman     1,200 CO
♦Watchman     1,140 00
*Watchman     1,140 00
Usher   1,170 00
♦Assistant Usher     360 00
♦Temporary assistance    2,000 00
Carried forward  $ 52,350 00 $    75,180 00
* Not charged to Civil Government (Salaries) prior to 1917-18. 14 Geo. 5
Estimates (1924-25).
1 85
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
$     51,770 00
1,440 00
$
53,210 00
27,000 00
22,725 00
7,836 00
2,600 00
7,500 00
1,050 00
2,200 00
500 00
$
124,621 00
$
2,400 00
1,200 00
$
3,600 00
4.000 00
2,365 00
8,600 00
400 00
780 00
700 00
$
20,445 00
$
15.600 00
6,000 00
2.8S0 00
(8) 12,000 00
1,200 00
900 00
$    38,580 00
246.
247
248
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS—Continued.
Maintenance of Parliament Buildings .and Grounds—Continued.
Brought forward $ 52,350 00 $     75,180 00
Salaries—Continued,
Grounds.
♦Chief Gardener         1,440 00
$ 53,790 00
Expenses:
Fuel, light, water, etc  26,500 00
Maintenance and repairs of buildings   20,215 00
Gardening and grounds  7,000 00
Scavenging, cleaning, and Janitors' supplies, etc.... 2.600 00
Telephones     7,500 CO
Taxes     1,050 00
Garage    3,000 00
Miscellaneous   500 00
Total of Vote No. 246         122,155 00
Maintenance of Government House and Grounds.
Salaries:
Private Secretary   $    2,400 00
♦Chief Gardener         1,200 00
$ 3,600 00
Expenses:
Fuel, light, water, etc  4,000 00
Maintenance, repairs, and furniture  4,400 00
Greenhouse  (new)     3,000 00
Gardening and grounds  7,500 00
Taxes    200 00
Secretary's  house-rent     480 00
Insurance     680 00
Miscellaneous  700 00
Total of Vote No. 247  24,560 00
District Engineers.
Salaries :
Five Engineers @ $3,120 $ 15,600 00
Two Engineers @ $3,000  6,000 00
Engineer     2,880 00
Six Clerks @ $1,500   9,000 00
Clerk     1,080 00
Clerk     1,320 00
Clerk     960 00
Stenographer     900 00
Carried foricard   $ 37,740 00 $   221,895 00
* Not charged to Civil Government (Salaries) prior to 1917-18. I 8G
Estimates (1924-25)
1923
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Yrear
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
$     38,580 00
9,500 00
12,500 00
$     60,580 00
4,020 00
6,240 00
3,060 00
3,000 00
2,760 00
5,400 00
2,640 00
2,580 00
2,520 00
4,800 00
1,680 00
1,260 00
900 00
780 00
840 00
780 00
$     43.320 00
5,145 00
9,100 00
3,000 00
180 00
17,500 00
$    7S,245 00
$       3.000 00
2,220 00
840 00
.$      0,060 00
DEPARTAIENT OF PUBLIC. WORKS—Continued.
248. District Engineers—Continued.
Brought forward $ 37,740 00 $   221,895 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        8,300 00
Travelling expenses, etc      13,700 00
Total of Vote No. 248   59,740 00
249. • Steam-boiler Inspection.
Salaries:
Chief Inspector  $ 4,020 00
Two Inspectors @ $3,120   6,240 00
Inspector   3,060 00
Inspector    3,000 00
Inspector   2.760 00
Two Inspectors @ $2,700    5,400 00
Inspector    2,640 00
Inspector    2,580 00
Inspector   2,520 CO
Two Inspectors @ $2,400   4,800 00
Engineer, launch   1,680 OO
Clerk     1,260 00
Stenographer     960 00
Stenographer     S10 CO
Stenographer     900 00
Stenographer     840 00
$ 43,470 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  5,345 00
Travelling expenses, etc  8.575 00
Launch  (maintenance and supplies)     4,840 00
Testing instruments and chemicals, etc  225 00
New launch to replace " Adanac "	
Total of Vote No. 249   62,455 CO
250. " Electrical Energy Inspection h\ct."
Salaries:
Electrical    Engineer   and    Inspector   of    Electrical
Energy   $    3,000 00
Assistant Inspector           2,220 00
Stenographer     870 00
Carried foricard   $    6,090 00 $   344,090 00 14 Geo. 5
Estimates (1924-25)
I 87
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
$       6,060 00
700 00
1,300 00
$
8,060 00
$2,184,000 00
$2
,184,000 00
$ 191,879 00
$
191,879 00
$2
739,182 00
8      4,500 00
2,760 00
3,000 00
4,800 00
1,600 00
1,800 00
200 00
.$     18,660 00
2,000 00
4,000 00
$    24.600 00
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS—Continued.
250. " Electrical Energy Inspection Act "—Continued.
Brought forward $    6,090 00 $   344,090 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  700 00
Travelling expenses, etc        1,300 00
Total of Vote No. 250   8,090 00
250a. Retiring allowance, II. H. Hobbis, late Clerk in office
of Inspector of Dykes  $      420 00
Total of Vote No. 250a   420 00
251. Roads, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves.
Maintenance and repairs $2,281,641 00
Total of Vote No. 251        2,281,641 00
252. StejVmboats, Ferries, and Bridge-tenders.
Subsidies and maintenance  $196,238 00
Total of Vote No. 252        196,238 00
Total, Department of Public Works   $2,830,479 00
DEPARTMENT OF RAILWAYS.
253. General Office.
Salaries:
Deputy Minister of Railways	
Engineer    $ 3,000 00
Draftsman     1,800 00
Inspector of Rolling-stock and Equipment    3,000 00
Two    Assistant    Inspectors    of    Rolling-stock    and
Equipment  @   $2,400     4,800 00
Chief Clerk     1,600 00
Two Stenographers @ $900    1,800 00
Temporary assistance    200 00
$ 16,200 00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        1,500 00
Travelling expenses, etc        3,000 00
Total of Vote No. 253    $    20,700 00
Carried forward     $     20,700 CO Estimates (1924-25). 1923
No. of siFRVTPF, Fiscal Year
Vote. &--.J... ■• H-jIj. 1924-25.
DEPARTMENT OF RAILWAYS—Continued.
Brought forward   $    20,700 00
254. Fraser River Bridge, New Westminster.
Salaries, maintenance, and repairs   $115,000 00
Total of Vote No. 254         115,000 00
255. Freight Rates Traffic Bureau, Vancouver (established,
, 1922)     4,000 00
Total, Department of Railways    $   139,700 00
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
$      50,000 00
$
50,000 00
$
4,000 00
$
78,660 00 14 Geo. 5
Estimates (1924-25).
I 89
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
$    99,219 36
119,050 00
238,908 00
77,500 00
57,400 00
154,505 00
86,000 00
5,740 00
9,072 00
2,870 00
2,870 00
S,610 00
2,870 00
86,000 00
28,700 00
51,300 00
7,867 00
28,700 00
28,700 00
14,350 00
14,350 00
39,000 00
$1,163,581 36
7
CAPITAL EXPENDITURES.
256.    Sinking Funds:
" Loan Acts, 1891, 1893, 1895, 1899, and 1902 "—
1  per  cent,  per  annum  on  Inscribed   Stock,
£2,045,760  ($9,921,936), payable to B.C. Loan
Trustees in London, England, 30th June and
31st December, 1924, for investment   $    99,21.9 36
"Loan   Act,   1914"—Annual   payment   due   1st
April, 1024           119,050 00
" Loan   Act,   1915"—Annual   payment   due   1st
December, 1924          238.90S 00
"Loan Act, 1916"  (Amendment, 1917)—Annual
payment due 1st April, 1924  77,500 00
" Loan Act,  1916"—Annual  payment due 15th
June,  1924     57,400 00
" Loan   Act,   1916"—Annual  payment   due   1st
July, 1924         154,505 00
" Loan  Act,   1916"—Annual  payment  due  2nd
July, 1924   86,000 00
" Loan   Act,   1917"—Annual   payment   due   1st
April, 1924    5,740 00
" Loan  Act,  1917 "—Annual  payment  due 16th
May, 1924   9,072 00
" Loan   Act,   1917"—Annual   payment   due  1st
November, 1924   2,870 00
" Loan   Act,   1917"—Annual   payment   due   1st
December, 1924   2,S70 00
" Loan   Act,   1917"—Annual   payment   due   1st
December, 1924  '... 8,610 00
"Loan   Act,   1917"—Annual   payment   due  1st
December, 1924   2,870 00
" Loan  Act,  1918"—Annual  payment  due  5th
March, 1925    86,000 00
" Loan Act,  191S "—Annual  payment  due  15th
June, 1924  28,700 00
" Better Housing Act, 1919 "—Annual payment
due 30th June, 1924, aud 31st December, 1924        51,300 00
" Dyking Debentures "—Annual payment due 1st
July, 1924   7,S67 00
" Pacific Great Eastern Construction Loan Act,
1921 "—Annual payment due 15th August, 1924        28,700 00
" Department of Industries Act"—Annual payment due 15th August, 1924   28,700 00
" Loan Act,  1919"—Annual payment due 26th
October, 1924   14,350 00
" Loan Act, 1920 "—Annual  payment due 26th
October, 1924   14,350 00
" B.C.   Highway  Loan   Act"—Annual   payment
due 1st October, 1924   39,000 00
Carried forward .  $1,163,581 36 I 90
Estimates (1924-25)
1923
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1923-24.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1924-25.
$1,163,581 36
28,700 00
395,000 00
$1,587,281 36
591,366 10
500,000 00
9,700 00
15,000 00
2,500 00
$2,705,847 46
CAPITAL EXPENDITURES—Continued.
Brought forward  $1,163,581 36
256. Sinking Funds—Continued.
" Loan Act,  1921 "—Annual  payment due 26th
October, 1924   2S,70O 00
"Loan   Act,   1921   (Second   Session)"—Annual
payment due 15th January, 1925  29,325 00
"Loan   Act,   1921    (Second   Session)"—Annual
payment due 25th June. 1924   8,400 CO
" Loan Act,  1922 "—Annual  payment  due  15th
January, 1925    9,775 00
" Loan Act,  1922 "—Annual  payment due 25th
June,  1924     21,170 00
" B.C.   Highway  Loan  Act"—Annual   payment
due 25th June, 1924   12,572 00
" B.C. University Loan Act"—Annual payment
due 25th June, 1924    9,075 00
Investment of dividends           395,000 OO
Total of Vote No. 256    $1,677,598 36
257. Pacific Great Eastern Bail way Company—Interest on Guaranteed
Bonds due 15th July, 1924, and 15th January, 1925        640,571 CO
258. Pacific Great Eastern Railway Company—Re deficit on Operation
and Maintenance Account, and for purchase of equipment, etc.       225,000 00
259. British   Columbia   House,   London,   England — Instalment   on
mortgage    9,700 00
260. Songhees Reserve  10,000 00
261. Lock-ups (Clinton, Rivers Inlet, and other points)     19,500 00
262. Industrial and Subnormal Boys' School—Roads, lawn-sprinkling
apparatus, and electric lighting, etc  4,850 00
Other items not required for 1924-25   	
Total, Capital Expenditure     $2,5S7,219 36 14 Geo. 5
Estimates (1924-25).
I 91
DETAILED STATEMENT OF VOTE No. 97.
Salaries of Teachers in Assisted Schools.
Salary,
1023-24.
School.
Salary,
1924-25.
Salary,
1923-24.
School.
Salary,
1924-25.
$   960 00—Adelphi    $   060 00
1.C20 CO—Ainsworth     1,020 00
1.200 00—Aiyansh     1,200 00
1,080 00—Albert Canyon   1,080 00
900 00—Albert Head       000 00
1.050 CO—Alhreda     1,050 00
1,140 00—Alexander Manson    1.140 00
1.140 00—Alexandria   1,140 00
1,1-10 00—Alexandria,  North      1,140 00
1.140 00—Aleza Lake    1,140 00
1,200 00—Alice Arm    1,200 00
1.02O 00—Alice Siding    1.020 00
1.140 00—Allenby    1.140 00
060 00—Allen Grove         960 00
060 00—Anaconda    1,020 CO
1,050 00—Anarchist Mountain    1,050 00
060 00—Anderson Creek      960 60
060 00—Anglemont       060 CO
1,050 00—Annable    1,050 00
1,080 00—Appledale      1,080 00
1,020 00—Argenta      1,020 CO
1,080 00—Arrow Park, West     1,080 00
1X00 00—Ashton Creek    1,000 00
1,080 00—Athalmer    1,080 OO
1,200 CO—Baker Creek    1,200 CO
1,140 CO—Balfour      1,140 00
980 00—Balmoral        980 00
960 00—Bamberton         900 00
1,000 00—Bamfield     1,000 00
1.200 O0—Barkerville       1,200 00
060 00-Barnston Island        060 00
1.020 00—Barriere River   1,020 00
060 00—Bear Creek        060 CO
1.320 00—Bear Flats      1,320 OO
1,080 OO—Bear Head      1,080 00
1,050 OO—Beaton      1,050 00
960 00—Beaver Cove       960 00
1.200 CO—Beaver Lake   1.20O CO
1,080 00—Beaverley      1,080 00
1.020 00—Belford    1,020 00
1,140 00—Bella Coola    1,140 CO
1,140 00—Bella Coola, Lower  1,140 00
1.2C0 CO—Big Bar Mountain    1.20O 00
1,140 CO—Big Bar, Upper   1,140 00
1.140 00—Big Eddy   1,140 CO
1.200 00—Big Lake    1,200 00
1.020 CO—Big Sand Creek   1,020 00
1.020 00—Birch Island   1,020 00
060 CO—Birken         060 CO
$   960 00—Black  Canyon    $   9E0 00
1.200 CO—Black Creek    1,200 00
1.050 00—Blaeberry     1,000 00
1,020 00—Blakeburn    1,020 00
060 CO—Blind Bay   060 00
1,020 00—Blind Channel    1,020 00
1,020 CO—Blubber Bay   1,020 00
1,050 CO—Blueberry Creek    1,050 00
1,020 00—Blue Ridge    1,020 00
1,050 00—Blue River    1,050 00
960 OO—Blue  Springs    060 CO
1,020 00—Bonaparte Valley    1,020 00
1,020 00—Bonnington    1,020 00
060 OO—Boston Bar   060 00
1,020 00—Boswell     1,020 CO
1,140 00—Bouchie Lake  1,140 00
1,020 00—Boundary Falls   1,020 00
060 00—Bowen Island  060 00
1 080 CO—Bowi3   1,080 CO
1,080 CC—Box Lake     1,080 00
1.050 00—Bridesville   1,050 00
1,050 CO—Bridge Lake  1,050 OO
1,500 00—Brilliant, Principal  1,500 CO
1.200 00—Brilliant, 2nd Div  1,200 00
1,140 00—Brilliant, 3rd Div  1,140 00
1,140 CO—Brilliant, 4th Div  1,140 00
1,140 CO—Brilliant. 5th Div  1,140 00
1,080 OO^Brisco  1,080 00
1.200 OO—Britannia Beach, Principal. 1,200 00
1,020 CO—Britannia Beach, 2nd Div.. . 1,020 00
1.140 OO—Britannia Mine, Principal .. 1,140 60
060 00—.Britannia Mine, 2nd Div. .. 060 00
1 .(SO 00—Brookmere     1,020 00
1,080 00—Brown Creek    1,080 00
1,100 00—Buckley Bay  1,100 00
1.140 CO—Buffalo Creek  1,140 00
1.080 CO—Bulkley, North  1,080 00
1,080 00—Bulkley. South  1,080 00
1,260 CO—Burns Lake, Principal  1.260 CO
1,080 00—Burns Lake, 2nd Div  1,080 00
060 00—Cahilty   060 00
1.CO0 00—Campbell Range    1.000 CO
1,140 CC—Camp Lister, Principal  1,140 CO
l.COO CO—Camp Lister, 2nd Div  1,000 00
OOO 00—Canford    900 CO
1,080 00—Canyon Creek  1,080 00
1,140 CO—Cape Scott  1,140 CO
980 00—Carlin Siding  980 00
1,080 00—Carroll's Landing    1,080 00 I 92
Estimates (1924-25).
1923
DETAILED STATEMENT OF VOTE No 97—Continued.
Salaries of Teachers in assisted Schools—Continued.
Salarv.
1923-24.
School.
Salary.
1924-25.
Salarv,
1923-24.
School.
Salarv,
1924-25
$1,260 00—Cartier     $1,260 CO
1,050 00-Castledale     1.050 00
1,080 00—Castle Rock     1,080 00
1,200 00—Champion Creek     1.200 CO
060 OO—Chase Creek, Lower      060 00
COO 00—Chaumox       OOO CO
960 00—Cheakamus   ■      960 CO
000 00—Cheam View      000 CO
1,080 00—Chilco   1,080 00
1,200 00—Chimney Creek     1,200 OO
960 00—Chinook Cove      960 00
1,080 00—Christian Valley    1.080 00
1,080 00—Christina Lake     1,080 00
1,000 00—Chu Chua   1,000 00
1,020 00—Clayoquot     1,020 00
1,020 00—Clearwater      1,020 00
900 00—Clifton        900 OO
1,000 00—Clo-oose     1,000 00
1,020 00—Coalmont    1,020 00
1,140 00—Cokato      1,140 CO
1,140 00— Collishaw      1,140 OO
1,080 00—Columbia Gardens      1,080 00
900 OO—Concord        000 00
1,020 00—Cooper Creek     1,020 00
1,080 00—Copper City    1,080 00
900 00—Copper Greek  Station          OOO 00
1,140 00—Copper Mountain,  Principal 1,140 00
960 00—Copper Mountain, 2nd Div.. 960 00
1,020 00—Cortes Island   1,020 00
960 00—Craigellachie         9C0 00
960 00— Cranberry Marsh         960 00
1,000 00—Crawford Creek      1,000 CO
1,000 00— Creston,  West      1,000 00
960 00—Criss Creek      960 00
1,080 00—Crow's Nest    1,080 00
1,080 CO—Croydon     1,080 00
960 COi—Cultus Lake      960 OO
1,320 CO—Dawson Creek     1,320 00
1,320 00—Dawson Creek, North     1,320 00
1,320 00—Dawson Creek, South     1,320 OO
1,050 00—Decker Lake   1,050 00
1,020 00—Deep  Creek      1,020 00
1,080 00—Deer Park   1,080 00
1,080 00—Demars, West      1,080 00
1,020 00—Despard    1,020 00
1,140 00—Dewey      1,140 00
1,320 OO—Discovery   1,320 00
900 00—Divide         900 00
1,320 00—Doe Creek    1,320 00
$1,140 00—Dome Creek   $1,140 00
960 00—Doriston     060 00
1,050 00—Dorreen    1,050 00
1,140 00—Dragon Lake    1,140 00
1,080 00—Driftwood Creek  1,080 00
1,080 00—Dunster     1,080 00
960 00—Eagle Bay   960 00
1,020 00—Eagle Valley     1,020 00
1,080 00—Edgewater     1,0S0 00
1.080 CO—Edgewood     1,080 00
1,020 00—Eholt     1,020 00
960 00—Elk Bay  960 00
1,140 00—Elk Bridge   1,140 00
1,020 00—Elk  Prairie     1,020 00
1,080 00—Ellesby    1,080 00
900 00—Elphinstone Bay    960 00
1,080 00—Endako     1,080 00
1,080 00—Engen   1,080 00
1,020 00—Erie  1,020 00
060 00—Essondale     960 00
1,020 OO—Evelyn     1,020 00
1,020 CO—Ewing's Landing  1,020 00
1,050 00—Fairview     1,050 00
1,020 CO—Falkland     1,020 00
9.0 00—False Bay   960 00
0; 0 00—Fauquier     960 00
1,200 00—Felker Lake  1,200 00
1,080 00—Fife      1,080 00
1,080 00—Fire Valley   1,080 00
1.080 00—Firvale   1,080 00
1.020 OO—Fir Valley  1,020 00
980 00—Fish Lake Road    9S0 00
1,140 CO—Flagstone      1,140 00
1,020 00—Floral Creek  1,020 00
1,080 00—Florence Mine    1,080 00
060 00—Forde     1,020 00
1.140 00—Forest Grove    1,140 00
1,020 00—Forks     1,020 00
1,140 00—Fort Fraser    1,140 00
1,080 00—Fort Fraser, North, Principal 1,080 00
1,080 00—Fort Fraser, North, 2nd Div. 1,080 00
1.440 00—Fort George, Principal  1,440 00
1,200 00—Fort George, 2nd Div  1,200 00
1,440 00—Fort George, S., Principal.. 1,440 CO
1,200 00—Fort George, S., 2nd Div... 1,200 00
1,200 00—Fort St. James    1,200 00
1,320 00—Fort St. John  1,320 00
1,020 00—Foster's Bar  1,020 00
1,140 00—Francois Lake  1,140 00 14 Geo. 5
Estimates (1924-25)
1 93
DETAILED STATEMENT OF VOTE No 97— Continued,
Salj^ries of Teachers in Assisted Schools—Continued.
Salarv.
1923-24.
School.
Salary,
1924-25.
Salarv.
1923-24.
School.
Salary,
1924-25.
$1,140 00—Francois Lake, South   $1,140 CO
1,080 00—Fraser Lake   1,080 00
900 00—Gabriola, East   000 CO
000 00—Gabriola, North   000 CO
300 00—Gabriola, South   000 CO
1.080 00—Galena Bay    1,080 CO
000 00—Galiano     000 CO
OOO 00—Galiano,  North     900 00
060 00—Galley Bay  .  960 00
1.080 00—Georgetown  1,080 00
960 00—Gerrard     060 00
Of0 00—Gillies Bay    060 CO
OCO 00—Gilpin   9£0 00
1,140 00—Giscome   1,140 00
1,080 00—Glacier   1,080 00
1,2E0 00—Glade, Principal     1,260 00
1,160 00—Glade, 2nd Div  1,160 00
000 00—Gladwin   900 00
1,140 00—Glencoe     1,140 00
OCO 00—Glenrosa     060 00
1,080 00—Glentanna    1,080 00
800 CO—Gowland Ear!.our  000 CO
960 00—Grandview Bench    060 00
OCO 00—Granite Bay    060 00
1.020 00—Grasimere  1,020 00
1,080 00—Grassy Plains     1,080 00
1,020 CO—Gray Creek   1,020 00
1,000 00—Green Lake  1,000 00
1,000 00—Green Take, South    1,000 CO
1,260 OO—Grindrod, Principal     1,260 00
1,020 00—Grindrod, 2nd Div  1,020 00
000 00—Grindrod, 3rd Div  000 00
1,020 CO—Hall  Siding     1,020 OO
1,080 00—Hall's  Landing     1,080 00
1,050 00—Hanall     1,050 00
1.020 00—Hardwick Island  1,020 00
1.200 00—Harpers Camp   1,200 00
1,020 00—Harrogate    1,020 00
1,080 CO—Harrop   1,080 00
1,200 00—Hazelton     1,200 00
1,1-10 00—Hazelton, New   1,140 00
1,050 00—Heffley Creek    1,050 00
1,000 00—Heffley Creek, Upper   1,000 00
060 00—Hendon     OCO 00
960 00—Heriot Bay   9C0 00
1.020 00—Hey wood's  Corner     1,020 00
000 00—Highland   000 00
1,140 00—Hilborn     1.140 00
1,020 00—Hillcrest     1.020 00
$1,020 00—Hilltop   $1,020 00
9C0 00—Hilton     900 00
8C0 00—Hope Station    960 00
960 CO—Hornby Island  960 00
1.080 00—Horse Creek   1,080 00
1,140 00—Hosmer     1,140 00
1,100 00—Houston   1,100 00
1,320 00—Hudson  Hops     1,320 00
1,080 00—Hulatt     1,080 00
1,100 00—Hunter Island    1,100 00
1,020 00—I-Iupel      1,020 00
1,080 00—Huscroft     1,080 00
1,140 00—Button      1,140 00
960 00—Ingram Mountain    960 00
1,080 00—Invermere     1,080 00
960 00—Irvine's  Landing     960 00
900 00—Isabella Point    900 00
1,020 00—James Island, Principal  ... 1,020 00
900 00—James Island, 2nd Div.  ... 900 00
1.140 00—Jesmoiid       1,140 00
1,020 00—Joe Rich Valley  1,020 00
1,020 00—Johnson's Landing    1,020 00
960 00—Jordan   River     900 00
1,020 00—Jura     1,020 00
960 00—Kaleden     960 00
1,020 00—Kaleva     1,020 00
1,020 00—Kedleston     1,020 00
960 00—Reefers     900 00
1,320 00—Kelly Lake     1,320 00
1,020 00—Kelowna,  South   1,020 00
960 00—Kerr Creek   960 00
1,020 00—Kettle River. North ...'  1,020 00
1,080 00—Kettle Valley   1,080 00
1,000 00—Kildonan     1,000 00
1,020 00—Killarney    1,020 00
1,260 00—Kimberley,   Principal      1,200 00
1,080 00—Kimberley, 2nd Div  1,080 00
1,000 00—Kimberley, 3rd Div  1,000 00
1,020 00—Kingcome  Inlet    1,020 00
1,020 00—Kingsgate     1,020 00
1,000 00—Kinnaird     1,000 00
1,100 00—Kispiox     1,100 00
1,080 00—Kitchener     1,080 00
1,080 00—Kitwanga     1,080 00
1,200 00—Krestova     1,200 00
960 00—Lackenby    960 00
1,140 00—Lac la Hache  1,140 00
960 00—Lake Buntzen     960 00
1,080 00—Lakelse Valley   1,080 00 1 94
Estimates  (1924-25).
1923
DETAILED STATEMENT OF VOTE No 97— Continued,
Salaries of Teachers in Assisted Schools—Continued.
Salarv.
1923-24.
School.
Salary,
1924-25.
Salarv,
1923-24.
School.
Salary.
1924-25.
$1,080 CO—Lakes District   $1,080 00
1,320 00—Landry     1,320 00
OCO 00—Lang Bay        960 00
1,080 00—Larchwood      1.080 00
1,080 00—Lawn Hill    1,110 00
1,080 00—Lee       1,080 00
060 CO—Lee Creek        060 00
1,020 00—LindeH      1,020 00
1,050 00—Little Fort, Principal      1,050 00
060 00—Little Fort, 2nd Div      060 00
1,020 00—Longbeach     1,020 00
1,110 00—Longworth      1.140 00
1,140 00—Loos      1,140 00
1,100 00—Lucerne      1,100 00
1,020 00—Mabel  Lake      1.020 00
060 00—Magna Bay      060 00
1,260 CO—Malcolm Island, Principal.. 1,260 00
1,020 00—Malcolm Island, 2nd Div. . . 1,020 00
1,140 00—Mapes     1,140 00
060 CO—Maple Grove      960 00
OCO 00—Marshall         960 00
1,100 00—Masset      1,100 00
1,020 00—Mayook      1,020 00
1,140 00—Meadowdale      1,140 CO
1.020 00—Meadow   Spur       1,020 00
960 00—Meadow Valley         900 CO
1.200 00—Meldrum Creek     1,200 00
1,020 CO—Menzies Bay      1,020 00
1,200 00—Miocene      1,200 00
1,020 CO—Mirror Lake     1,020 00
900 00—Mitchell Bay      960 00
1,080 00—Moha      1,080 00
1,080 00—Morrissey Mines     1,080 00
1,080 00—Mount Ingersoll  1,080 00
1,020 00—Mount  McPhsrsou      1,050 00
1,080 00—Moyase     1,080 00
1,080 00—Moyie      1,080 00
1,080 00—Mud River      1,080 00
1,020 00—Myncaster      1,020 00
960 CO—Myrtle Point      960 00
1,140 00—Macalister     1,140 00
900 00—McConnell Creek      900 00
1,140 00—MacKenzie      1,140 00
960 00—McLure         960 00
1,080 00—McMurdo      1,080 00
1,080 00—Nechako   1,080 00
1,080 00—Needles     1,080 00
1,020 00—Newgate    1,020 00
1,140 00—Newlands    1,140 00
$   060 CO—Nimpkish River  $   960 00
1,140 CO—Nithi River  1,140 00
OCO 00—Noble Creek    960 00
1,080 CO—Noosatsum  1,080 00
1,020 00—Norwegian Creek  1,020 CO
1,020 00—Okanagan Centre  1,020 00
960 00—Okeover Arm    960 00
1,020 00—Olalla    1,020 00
1,200 CO—Oliver, Principal    1,200 CO
1.020 00—Oliver, 2nd Div  1,020 00
960 00—Oliver, 3rd Div  060 00
060 00—Olsen Lake   960 00
1.080 00—Omineca    1,080 00
1.200 00—150-Mile House  . .  1,200 00
1,050 00—One-Mile Creek  1,050 00
1.100 00—Oona River   1,100 00
1,080 00—Orange Valley    1,0S0 00
1.100 00—Osland     1,100 00
960 00—Osoyoos     960 00
1,200 00—Outlook     1,200 00
960 00—Oyster Bay  960 00
OCO 00—Pachelqua     060 00
1,050 00—Pacific     1,050 00
1,050 00—Palling    1,050 00
1.C00 00—Park's Siding  1,000 00
960 00—Parson     060 00
1,200 00—Pass Creek    1,200 00
960 00—Passmore    900 00
900 CO—Paxton Valley    900 00
9C0 CO—Pemberton Meadows    900 00
960 00—Pemberton Range    960 00
960 00—Pender Harbour    960 00
1,140 00—Penny   „.  1,140 00
1,080 00—Perry Siding  1.080 00
960 CO—Pinantan   .-  960 00
1,080 00—Pine View    1,080 CO
960 00—Popcum     960 00
1,050 00—Porcher Island  1,050 00
1,200 00—Port Alice, Principal    1,200 00
1,020 CO—Port Alice, 2nd Div  1.020 00
1.140 00—Port Clements    1,140 CO
1.C20 CO—Port Hardy  1.020 00
LOCO CO—Port Renfrew  1.000 CO
1,320 00—Pouce Coupe  1.320 00
1,320 CO—Pouce Coupe, Central    1.320 00
1.500 00—Pouce Coupe, North, Prin.. . 1.500 00
1,3C0 CO—Pouce Coupe. N.. 2nd Div... 1,300 00
1,080 00—Prairiedale     1,080 00
1.080 00—Pratt   1,080 00 14 Geo. 5
Estimates (1924-25).
I 95
DETAILED STATEMENT OF VOTE No 97—Continued,
Salaries of Teachers in Assisted Schools—Continued.
Salarv.
1923-24.
School.
Salary,
1924-25.
Salarv.
1923-24.
School.
Salary,
1924-25.
$1,200 00—Premier    $1,2C0 00
1,050 00—Princeton, East    1,050 00
1,080 00—Quatsino      1.080 00
1,140 00—Queen Charlotte     1,140 00
1,080 00—Queen's Bay    1.080 00
1,200 00—Quesnel Dam     1,200 CO
1,050 00—Quick      1.050 00
1,020 00—Raft River     1.020 00
1,020 00—Read Bay    1,020 00
960 00—Read Island    ' 060 CO
9S0 00—Red Lake        980 00
1,000 00—Refuge Cove   1,000 00
1,080 00—Renata    1,080 00
960 00—Rendezvous       060 00
900 00—Retreat Cove        000 00
1,100 CO—Rexmount    1,100 00
1,020 00—Rhone    1.020 00
1,020 00—Riondel       1,020 00
960 on—Roberts Creek, East      060 00
1,050 00—Robin's Range    1,050 00
1,020 00—Rock Bay     1,020 00
1,1.40 00—Rock Creek   1.140 00
1,080 00—Rock Mountain    1,080 00
1,100 00—Roe Lake  1,100 00
1,000 00—Roosville      1,000 00
1,020 00—Rosebery      1,020 00
1,260 CO—Rose Lake   1.200 00
1,050 CO—Round Lake     1.050 00
1.020 00—Round Top       1.020 00
060 CO—Saint Elmo       960 00
960 00—Saint Eugene Mission       060 00
060 00—Saint Vincent Bay        960 00
1,000 00—Salmon Bench   1,000 00
1,020 O0—Salmon Valley     1,020 00
960 00—Sand Creek       060 00
1,140 00—Sandspit      1,140 00
1,320 00—Saskatoon Creek   1,320 00
000 00—Saturna Island        000 00
060 CO—Savona Road       960 00
1.O20 00—Sayward      1,020 00
060 00—Sayward, Upper        060 60
060 00—Seaford         960 00
960 00—Sechelt        060 00
1,080 00—Seton Lake Creek   1,080 00
000 00—Seton Portage      060 00
1,080 00—Seymour Arm      1,080 00
4S0 00—Shalalth         480 00
1,140 00—Shelley    1,140 00
1.100 00—Sheridan Lake 1,100 00
$   000 00—Shirley  $   OCO 00
1,020 00—Shoreacres     1,020 CO
060 00—Shuswap Falls  060 00
1,020 CO—Shuswap, North     1,020 00
1,020 00—Shutty  Bench     1,020 00
1,0S0 00—Sicamous   1,080 00
1,020 CO—Sirdar      1,020 00
1,140 00—Sister's Creek  1,140 00
1,100 00—Skidegate     1.100 00
1.020 00—Slocan Park   1,020 00
1,140 00—Soda Creek   1,140 00
1,020 00—Solsqua     1,020 00
000 CO—Sooke, East     000 00
OCO 00—Sooke, North    OOO 00
960 CO—Sorrento     060 00
1,080 00—South Bank     1,080 CO
1,200 00—Spencer     1,200 00
1,200 00—Springhouse     1,200 00
1,000 00—Sproat     1,000 00
1,050 CO—Squam Bay   1,050 00
060 00—Squilax     960 00
1,0C0 CO—Squirrel Cove  1,000 00
900 CO—Stillwater     960 00
1,080 00—Stone Creek    1,080 00
1.140 00-Streatham   1,140 00
1.080 00—Stuart River  1,080 00
1.080 00—Stuart Station  1,080 00
060 00—Sugar Lake  960 00
1.080 00—Sullivan Hill    1,080 00
060 00—Sullivan Valley   960 00
060 00—Sunnybrae      060 00
060 00—Sunnyside    960 00
1,050 00—Sunnyside Cannery  1,050 00
1,000 CO—Sunnyside No. 2  1,000 00
1,320 CO—Sunset Prairie  1,320 00
1,020 00—Suquash   1,020 OO
1,050 CO—Surf Inlet Mine  1,050 00
1.320 00—Swan Lake  1,320 00
1,320 00—Swan Lake, North   1,320 00
1,140 00—Swanson Bay  1,140 00
1,050 CO—Swift Creek  1,050 00
1,000 00—Syringa Creek    1,000 00
980 OO—Tappen Valley  980 00
1,0S0 00—Tatalrose     1.0S0 00
1,320 00—Tate Creek   1,320 OO
1,200 00—Tatla Lake   1,200 00
1,320 00—Taylor's Flats    1.320 CO
1,080 00—Tchesinkut Lake   1,080 00
1,380 00—Telegraph Creek   1,380 00 I 96
Estimates  (1924-25)
1923
DETAILED STATEMENT OF VOTE No 97—Continued.
Salaries of Teachers in Assisted Schools—Continued,
Salary,
1923-24.
School.
Salary.
1924-25.
Salary,
1923-24.
School.
Salary,
1024-25.
$   900
1,020
060
1,200
1,080
1,020
1,050
960
900
980
1,000
1,000
1,140
1,020
960
960
1,020
1,000
1,080
960
1,020
1,050
960
1,080
P   900
9G0
060
1,140
960
000
1,260
1,080
960
060
OCO
1,200
1,080
960
000
1,260
1,020
960
1,020
1,260
1,0S0
D60
00—Thetis Island $   900 00
CO—Three Forks  1.020 00
CO—Three Valley     960 00
00—Thrums, Principal  1,200 00
00—Thrums, 2nd Div  1,080 00
00—Thurlow     1,020 00
00—Topley     1,050 00
00—Tranquille    960 00
00—Tranquille, Upper  900 00
00—Trapp Lake    9S0 00
00—Trinity Creek  1,000 00
00—Trinity Valley    1,000 00
00—Trout Lake  1,140 00
00—Tulameen     1,020 00
00—Turtle Valley  960 00
00—Twin Butte  960 00
00—Ucluelet   1,020 00
00—Ucluelet, East    1,000 00
00—Uncha Valley  1,080 CO
00—Valdes Island  960 00
00—Vavenby  1,020 00
00—Vinsulla   1,050 00
00—Walhaehin     960 00
00—Wasa  1,080 00
£ 960
l.OSO
1.080
1.020
1,020
1,020
060
1,0-20
1,000
1,020
1,440
1,260
1,020
1,140
1,0S0
1,080
900
1,020
060
1,140
1,050
1,050
1,080
960
00—Watmore   $
00—Wattsburg      1
00—Webber Lake    1
00—Westbank      1
00—Westbridge     1
00—Westsyde   1
00—West  View   	
00—Whaletowu    1
00—White  Lake      1.
00—Wildwood      1
00—Williams Lake, Principal...  1
00—Williams Lake, 2nd Div.  ..  1
00—Williams  Siding     1
00—Willow River  1
00—Willowvale   .   1
OO—Wilmer   1
00—Wilson Creek 	
OO1—Windermere      1
00—Wire Cache	
00—Wistaria      1
00—Woodcock      1
00—Woodmere   1
00—Woodpecker    »  1
00—Yale   	
060 00
,0S0 00
,080 00
,020 00
,020 00
,020 00
960 00
,020 00
,000 00
,020 00
,440 00
,260 00
,020 00
,140 00
,080 00
,0S0 00
900 00
,020 00
960 00
,140 00
,050 00
,050 00
,080 00
960 CO
DETAILED  STATEMENT OF VOTE No. 98.
Salaries of Teachers of Schools
00—Bainbridge    $
00—Beaver Creek 	
OO—Bench  	
00—Bevan, Principal   1
00—Bevan, 2nd Div	
00—Bowser 	
00—Brechin, Principal      1
00—Brechin, 2nd Div  1
00—Brechin, 3rd Div	
00—Brechin, 4th Div	
00—Camp 3   	
00—Cassidy,  Principal      1
00—Cassidy, 2nd Div 1
00—Cassidy, 3rd Div	
00—Cedar, East	
00—Cedar, North, Principal .
00— Cedar, North, 2nd Div. .
00—Cedar North, 3rd Div.   .
00—Cedar,  South   	
00—Chase River, Principal .
00—Chase River, 2nd Div 1
00— Chase River, 3rd Div	
in Esquimalt & Nanaimo Railway' Belt.
900 00 $   960 00—Cherry Creek Valley   ij
960 00 1,020 00—Cobble Hill  	
960 00 1,140 00—Comox,  Principal   	
140 00 060 00—Comox, 2nd Div	
960 00 1,140 00—Cowichan, Principal	
900 CO 060 00—Cowichan, 2nd Div	
260 00 960 00—Cowichan Lake  	
080 00 060 OC^-Departure Bay   	
900 00 1,140 00—Diamond Crossing, Principal
960 00 9'0 00—Diamond Crossing, 2nd Div.
960 CO.      1,020 00—Dove Creek	
,200 00 1,140 00—Errington,  Principal   	
,080 00 900 00—Errington, 2nd Div	
960 00 1,260 O0>—Extension, Principal   	
900 00 1,080 00—Extension,  2nd Div	
,260 00 960 00—Extension,  3rd Div	
,020 00 960 00—Fanny Bay  	
960 00 1,140 00—French Creek, Principal ...
,020 00 960 00—French Creek, 2nd Div.   ...
,260 00 1,020 00—Gill   	
080 00 960 00—Glenora 	
960 00 1.080 00—Grantham 	
960 00
1,020 00
1,140 00
060 00
1,140 00
060 OO
060 00
960 00
1,140 00
960 00
1,020 00
1,140 00
960 00
1,260 00
1,080 00
960 00
960 CO
1,140 00
960 00
1,020 CO
960 00
1,080 00 14 Geo. 5
Estimates (1924-25).
I 97
DETAILED STATEMENT OF VOTE No. 98—Continued.
Salaries of Teachers of Schools in Esquimalt & Nanaimo Railway Belt—Continued.
1923-24.                           Sch001-
Salary,
1924-25.
Salarv.
1923-24.
School.
Salary,
1924-25.
$1,140 00—Grant Min
2, Principal  , . .
e, 2nd Div. ...
2nd Div.
3rd Div.
4th  Div.
5th  Div.
6th  Div.
7th  Div.
Sth  Div.     , .
9th  Div.
10th Div	
11th Div	
$1,140 00
960 00
,  1,500 00
1,260 CO
1,140 CO
1,020 00
.     960 00
,     960 00
.     960 00
960 00
960 00
,     960 00
,     960 00
960 00
$   960 00-
960 00-
1,140 OOOOO OOOOO 00-
1,200 00-
1,080 00-
960 00-
960 00-
960 00-
1,140 OOOOO 00-
960 00-
960 OOOOO 00-
960 00-
1.080 00-
1.020 00-
1.140 OOOOO 00-
1,260 00-
1,080 OOOOO 00-
1,140 00-
960 00-
1,140 OOOOO 00-
1,3S0 00-
1,200 00-
1,080 OOOOO 00-
960 00-
-Northfleld, 2nd Div.
$   960 00
960 00
960 00—Grant Min
1,500 00—Harewood,
1,260 00—Harewood,
1,140 00—Harewood,
1,020 00—Harewood,
960 00—Harewood,
-Oyster, North, Principa
-Oyster, North, 2nd Div
-Parksville, Principal
-Parksville, 2nd Div.
-Parksville,  Srd Div.   .
—Powder Point	
1	
1,140 00
960 00
960 00
1,200 00
1,080 00
960 00
960 00
960 00—Harewood,
960 00—Harewood,
	
060 00—Harewood,
-Puntledge   	
960 00
960 00—Harewood,
960 00—Harewood,
960 00—Harewood,
960 00—Headquart
-Qualicum Beach, Princ
-Qualicum Beach, 2nd
i-pal.
Div..
1,140 0C
960 0C
960 0C
900 00
960 00—Hillier   . .
960 00
960 00
960 00—Koksilah
..     960 00
-Sahtlam 	
960 00
1,020 00—Lazo   	
..  1,020 00
1,080 00
1,020 00
1,140 00
960 00
900 00—Mayo   ...
900 00
1,140 00—Merville, I
960 00—Merville, 2
id Div	
1,140 00
960 00
-Svlvania,  Principal
-Svlvania,  2nd  Div.   . .
1,020 00—Mill Bay
1,140 00—Minto, Pri
Div	
, ,  1,020 00
1,140 00
960 00
-Union Bay, Principal
-Union Bay, 2nd Div.  .
1,260 00
1,080 00
060 00—Minto, 2nd
-Waterloo, Principal
-Waterloo, 2nd Div.   ..
960 00
1,140 00—Mountain,
960 00—Mountain,
2nd Div.
,  1,140 00
,     960 00
..     960 00
1,140 00
960 00
06,0 00—McGuio-an
-Wellington, Principal
-WellinErton. 2nd  Div.   .
1,140 00
1,260 00—Nanaimo Bay, Principal .
1,080 00—Nanaimo Bay, 2nd Div. .
960 00—Nairaim-o Bay, 3rd Div.   .
060 00—Nanoose Bav   	
960 00—Nob Hill   	
1,140 00—Northfleld.  Principal
..  1,260 00
.. 1,080 00
..     960 00
960 00
960 00
1,140 00
960 00
-Wellington, South, Principal
-Wellington,  South, 2nd Div.
-Wellington,  South, 3rd Div.
-Wellington,  South, 4th Div.
-Wellington,  South, Sth Div.
1,380 00
1,200 00
1,080 00
960 00
960 00 

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