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GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD OF THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA… British Columbia. Legislative Assembly [1927]

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 GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT"
FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT
OF   THE
Liquor Control Board
OF   THE   PROVINCE   OP
BRITISH COLUMBIA
FOR   THE   PERIOD
APRIL 1ST. 1925, TO MARCH 31ST, 1926
PRINTED BY
AUTHORITY OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.
VICTORIA, B.C.:
Printed by Charles F.  Bani-ield, Printer to tbe King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1926.  To His Honour Robert Randolph Bruce,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour:
Sir,—I have the honour to transmit herewith the Report of the Liquor Control
Board for the year ended March 31st, 1926.
A. M. MANSON,
Attorney-General.
Attorney-General's Department,
Victoria, B.C., September 28th, 1926. Liquor Control Board,
Victoria, B.C., July 22nd, 1926.
The Honourable A. M. Manson, E.G.,
Attorney-General, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I have the honour to transmit herewith the Report of the Liquor Control
Board for the period ended March 31st, 1926.
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,
H. DAVIDSON,
Chairman, Liquor Control Board. REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD.
INTRODUCTION.
The Board presents the Fifth Annual Report, covering the operations from April 1st, 1925,
to March 31st, 1926.
No amendments to the " Government Liquor Act" were introduced at the 1925 session of
the Legislature.
By Order in Council No. 915, approved August 19th, 1925, conditions, precedent to the submission by the Lieutenant-Governor in Council for certain plebiscites under the " Liquor-control
Plebiscites Act," were fixed, in order to provide for the presentation of petitions. (See
Appendix C.)
The Regulations giving effect to the Canadian-United States Treaty for the Suppression of
Smuggling and other Purposes were approved by Order in Council (P.O. 1743) on September
23rd, 1925. Article (7) of the Treaty provides for the carriage of liquor when in transit under
guard by Canadian authorities through the territorial waters of the United States to Skagway,
Alaska, and thence to Canadian territory, thus enabling the Board to tranship liquor to those
northern portions of the Province to which access can only be obtained by passing through
American territory.
The accounts of the Board certified to by the Comptroller-General, as required by section
116 of the Act, and the statistical data as required by section 111 are shown iu the Appendices
as follows:—
Appendix A.—Accounts.
Balance-sheet  n
Trading Account    Statements of Accounts for the periods April 1st,
Profit and Loss Account V       1925,  to  September 30th,  1925,  and October
Liquor purchased and delivered	
Confiscated Liquor taken into Stock
ist, 1925, to March 31st, 1926.
Appendix B.—Law Enforcement.
Statement of Prosecutions, April 1st, 1925, to March 31st, 1926.
Appendix C.—Administration.
Regulations and Amendments thereto made by the Liquor Control Board.
Statement of Stores and Premises leased or rented.
Statement of Prescriptions for Liquor issued by Physicians.
Chart illustrating Sale of Liquor and the Administration of the " Government Liquor Act"
by Electoral Districts.
Order in  Council No. 915/25,  providing for the  Conditions  Precedent to taking  certain
Plebiscites.
Circular Letter No. 172 issued to Beer Licensees.
Appendix D.—Permits.
Statement of Permits issued from April 1st, 1925, to March 31st, 1926.
GOVERNMENT LIQUOR STORES.
Establishment of Stores.
The Government Liquor Store at Atlin, which had been closed since November, 1923, was
reopened for business on October 1st, 1925, stocks of liquor being shipped to this point under the
terms of the Canadian-United States Treaty, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police convoying the O 6
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liquor in bond whilst passing through American territory from Skagway, Alaska, to Carcross,
Y.T.    The Vendor formerly in charge of this store has resumed his position.
Premises.
A detailed statement is included in Appendix C showing the premises leased, rented, and
owned by the Board.
Continuing the policy adopted in previous years of gradually improving the premises,
considerable remodelling has been done in both city and country stores providing better conditions for stock-keeping and improved service to the public. To ensure proper maintenance and
efficiency a systematic inspection of all stores is also made by the Supervisor of Stores.
Stocks.
During the past year further reductions have been effected in the stocks on hand, and the
Trading Account as at March 31st, 1926, shows a decrease of $381,767.99, as compared with the
inventory valuation March 31st, 1925. This has been accomplished by careful buying and by the
co-operation of the Vendors with the Supervisor of Stocks.
An endeavour is made at all times to maintain an adequate supply of imported and domestic
liquor in such varieties as will meet reasonable demands.
The Board has continued to draw its beer requirements in accordance with the arrangements made last year with the breweries then In operation, the respective quantities being
determined by the capacity of the plants and the public demand as shown by previous sales,
with due regard to economy in freight and convenience of distribution. Wherever possible two
or more brands of beer are stocked in each store, and' the licensed premises are furnished
proportionately to the supplies available from the different breweries.
Sales.
A comparison of the sales with those of the previous year, and a classification of the same
into the various varieties of liquor sold, is as follows:—
Explanatory Statement of Increase in Sales for Fiscal Year 1925-26.
Sales, 1925-26  $13,434,345 28
Sales, 1924-25      11,409,671 03
Increase in 1925-26  $2,024,674 25
Beer-sales ex "licensed premises," 1925-26 $1,966,629 20
Beer-sales ex "licensed premises," 1924-25        28,338 50
Increase in 1925-26   $1,938,290 70
Sale of local beer and imported ale and
stout ex Government Liquor .Stores,
1925-26     $3,595,001 05
Sale of local beer and imported ale and
stout ex Government Liquor Stores,
1924-25        3,460,440 73
Increase, 1925-26        134,554 32
Total increase, 1925-26  $2,072,845 02  (59.41%)
Liquor (other than beer) —
Sales, 1924-25   $7,920,885 80
Sales, 1925-26      7,872,715 03
Decrease,  1925-26           48,170 77  (0.06%)
Total increase  2,024,674 25 16 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
Wines and Spirits- Classification of Sales.
Spirits   $ 6,702,571 66
Port, Sherry, Burgundy, Clarets, and Sauternes          284,599 22
Champagnes and Sparkling Wines   101,465 10
Liqueurs, Cocktails, etc         141,635 93
Oriental Liquor          524,917 17
Native Wines—
Ontario   $18,483 90
British Columbia     99,042 05
         117,525 95
vr u, t ■ • $ 7,872,715 03
Malt Liquor—
B.C. Beer   $5,376,976 87
Imported Ale and Stout        184,653 38
 5,561,630 25
Total  $13,434,345 28
Loganberry Wine.
During the year the Board purchased 30,974 gallons of loganberry wine manufactured in the
Province, the sales of which amounted to $99,042,05, representing some 31,000 gallons as against
12,300 gallons in the preceding year, but the quantity purchased from the Wine Growers would
have been considerably greater if a satisfactory supply had been available. The popular reception which the wine has met with gives much encouragement for the further development of
this local industry.
Insurance.
Store burglaries occurred during the year as follows:—
1925. " Stores. Value of Goods stolen.
May 16. Parksville   $ 519 26
June 16. Oliver             18 64
July 11. Parksville    247 87
July 14. Maillardville     143 20
Aug. 4. Chilliwack  926 13
Aug. 8. Powell Street, Vancouver         57 10
Aug. 27. MeBride     422 46
1926.
Jan.      14.    Esquimalt  ,        342 17
March 24.    Esquimalt         412 69
Total  $3,0S9 52
All of the above were fully covered by insurance and have been settled by the companies
affected without loss to the Board.
The Government Liquor Store at Quesnel was destroyed by fire on June 25th, 1925.
Insurance was recovered in full on the goods destroyed, amounting to $2,340.72.
The policy previously carried by the Board as protection against losses by theft has been
changed to a new contract providing against losses by theft of every description. This policy
indemnifies against all loss of merchandise, money and securities, furniture and fixtures, etc.,
oceasioned by any person or persons making entry into the premises, vaults, or safes, " with or
without violence," when the premises are not open for business. As the Board also carries a
messenger and office robbery policy which indemnifies against all loss either within or outside
tbe Board's premises during business hours, full protection is afforded.
PERMITS.
A detailed statement showing the sale of each variety of permit is furnished in Appendix D.
The sum of $161,261 has been received from the sale of permits in the Government Liquor
Stores and the same transmitted to the Department of Finance. LICENCES.
Club Licences.
The power of the Board to grant licences is contained in section 26 of the Act, which provides
for such licences being issued " in respect of any premises kept or operated by a club, and
specified in the licence, entitling each member of the club to keep on the premises a reasonable
quantity of liquor for personal consumption on the premises," and in an endeavour to carry into
effect the true intent of this section the Board amended Regulation No. 22 governing the use of
liquor in clubs, the chief features of which were the elimination of the service bar, the charging
of fees for service of liquor or keeping liquor on the club premises, limiting the rental fee for
lockers to 50 cents per month, and prohibiting the serving of liquor on Sundays or after 11 p.m.
on any week-day.
The regulation was amended in the manner indicated in order that gain under any pretext
should not accrue through the granting of a club licence, it having been ascertained that a
number of clubs were using their licences purely as a means of gain, and, as such, in direct
violation of the Act.
Provision was also made for the transfer of a licence from one club premises to another
upon application and approval by the Board, the fee for such transfer being fixed at $10.
Club licences expiring on December 31st in the year of issue are shown in the following
tables :—
Club Licences issued in respect of the Year 1925 (from April 1st, 1925).
Locality. Name.
Corbin Great War Veterans' Association.
Duncan Benevolent & Protective Order of Elks.
Cowichan Cosmopolitan Club.
Great War Veterans' Association.
MeBride Great War Veterans' Association.
New Westminster Pastime Club, Limited.
Port Alberni Elks' Home.
Port Coquitlam Commercial Club.
Point Grey Marine Drive Golf & Country Club.
Prince Rupert     Grand  Terminal   Club.
Trail Club.
Rossland-Trail Rossland-Trail Country Club.
Stewart Sourdough Club.
Stewart Club.
Club Licences issued in respect of the Year 1926 (from January 1st to March 31st, 1926).
Locality. Name.
Armstrong Great War Veterans' Association.
Chilliwack ....Great War Veterans' Association.
Coal Creek Coal Creek Literary & Athletic Association.
Colwood Colwood Golf & Country Club.
Corbin Great War Veterans' Association.
Courtenay Elks' Home.
Cranbrook Great War Veterans' Association.
Duncan Benevolent & Protective Order of Elks.
Cowichan Cosmopolitan Club.
Fernie Fernie Club.
Fernie Literary & Athletic Association.
Great War Veterans' Association.
Kamloops Kamloops Elks' Club.
Grand Army of United Veterans.
Kelowna Kelowna Club.
Great War Veterans' Association.
Ladysmith Army & Navy Veterans in Canada. 16 Geo. 5 Report of Liquor Control Board. O 9
Locality. Name.
Nanaimo Great War Veterans' Association.
Benevolent & Protective Order of Elks.
Army & Navy Veterans in Canada.
Fraternal Order of Eagles' Home.
Natal Natal & Michel Literary & Athletic Association.
Nelson Great War Veterans' Association.
New Westminster Benevolent & Protective Order of Elks.
Great War Veterans' Association.
Army & Navy Veterans in Canada.
Westminster Club.
Pastime Club, Limited.
North Vancouver North Vancouver Elks' Club.
Army & Navy Veterans in Canada.
Oak Bay .- .Uplands Golf Club.
Victoria Golf Club.
Port Coquitlam : Grand Army of United Veterans.
Point Grey Jericho Country Club.
Point Grey Golf & Country Club.
Marine Drive Golf & Country Club.
Port Alberni Elks' Home.
Prince Rupert Prince Rupert Club.
Trail Club.
Great War Veterans' Association.
Revelstoke Great War Veterans' Association.
Rossland Rossland Club.
Salmon Arm Great War Veterans' Association.
Smithers Great War Veterans' Association.
South Vancouver Army & Navy Veterans in  Canada.
Great War Veterans' Association.
Stewart Sourdough Club.
Stewart Club.
Vanderhoof Vandevhoof  Club,   Limited.
Vancouver Terminal City Club.
Benevolent & Protective Order of Elks.
Army & Navy Veterans  in  Canada.
Grand Army of United Veterans.
Vancouver Club.
Imperial Veterans in Canada.
United Veterans in South Africa.
Quadra Club.
Shaughnessy Heights Golf Club.
Great War Veterans' Association.
University Club of Vancouver, Limited.
Vancouver Golf & Country Club.
Vernon Vernon Club.
Victoria Union Club of British Columbia.
Victoria Elks' Club.
Great War Veterans' Association.
Army & Navy Veterans in  Canada.
Pacific Club.
Canadian Legion.
Veterans of France.
Beeb Licences.
The regulations as originally drawn provided, with reasonable success, all the necessary
requirements for the proper conduct and operation of the licensed premises. Although representations were made by the licensees for an extension of the hours of sale, the Board did not feel O 10
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justified in acceding thereto, and the only important amendments to Regulation No. 28 were the
rescinding of clause (ff), which had prohibited internal communication between the beer salesroom and the hotel proper, and removal of the prohibition of the sale of tobacco (cigars and
cigarettes) in licensed premises.
Whilst reasonable effort had been made by a majority of the licensees to conduct their
premises in a creditable manner, a number had failed to appreciate their responsibilities. In
June, 1925, the licensed premises then having been in operation for some three months, the Board
issued a circular letter warning licensees that a stricter interpretation of the regulations would
be required in respect of cleanliness, sanitation, and suitability of equipment, management and
conduct of their employees, and supervision of the sobriety and general behaviour of tbe patrons.
(See Appendix C, Circular Letter No. 172.)
The sales as shown below indicate a natural conformance to the seasonable periods for
beer-drinking, the only exception—namely, the month of December—being simply a parallel to
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It is impossible to determine the amount of money received in the licensed premises from
tourists, but admittedly it forms a considerable addition to the normal sales.
Regulation No. 28 of the Board was further amended to provide for the transfer of a beer
licence from one holder to another, or of an interest in a beer licence, the applicant being
required to advertise his intention—as in the case of a new licence—and the transfer being
subject to the approval of the Board and the payment of a fee of $25. Beer licences expiring on December 31st in the year of issue were granted as shown in the
following tables:—
Beer Licences issued in respect of the Year 1925 (from April 1st, 1925).
Electoral District. Locality. Premises.
Alberni Nanoose Arlington Hotel.
Port Alberni Kingsway Hotel.
Comox Road Somerset Hotel.
Atlin Alice Arm Pioneer Hotel.
Welcome Pool Room.
Hyder Fraser Hotel.
. Stewart King Edward Hotel.
Stewart Hotel.
Cranbrook Kimberley Globe Hotel.
Kimberley Hotel.
North Star Hotel.
Sullivan Hotel.
Moyie -..Central.
Wardner Wardner.
Wycliffle Wycliffe.
Yahk...... New Hotel.
Hotel Yahk.
Creston Erie Mersey Hotel.
Kitchener Kitchener Hotel.
McConnell Hotel.
Procter Outlet Hotel.
Salmo Northern Hotel.
Salmo Hotel.
Sirdar Tourist Inn.
Ymir Cosmopolitan Hotel.
Ymir Hotel.
Columbia Athalmer Coronation Hotel.
Field Monarch Hotel.
Golden Columbia Hotel.
Russell House.
Cariboo Likely Likely Hotel.
Quesnel Cariboo Hotel.
Williams Lake Grand Central Hotel.
Log Cabin Hotel.
Cowichan-Newcastle Crofton Crofton Hotel.
Extension Tunnel Hotel.
Cowichan Station Central Hotel.
Ladysmith Pretoria Hotel.
Northfield Halfway House.
Cedar District .Wheatsheaf Hotel.
Comox Baynes Sound Baynes Sound Hotel.
Beavan .Bevan Hotel.
Bowser Bowser Hotel.
Campbell River Campbellton Hotel.
Willows Hotel.
Cumberland Eagle Hotel.
King George Hotel.
Union Hotel.
Vendome Hotel.
Hardy Bay Hardy Bay Hotel.
Heriot Bay Heriot Bay Hotel.
Oyster River .Halfway House.
Union Bay Willis Hotel. Electoral District.
Esquimalt	
Fernie..
Fort George-
Islands	
Lillooet	
Mackenzie
Nanaimo...
North Okanagan..
Omineca
Prince Rupert..
Rossland-Trail..
Locality. Premises.
Colwood Colwood Hotel.
Esquimalt Coach & Horses.
Halfway House.
Mill Bay Mill Bay Inn.
Shawnigan Lake Strathcona Lodge.
Sooke Harbour Paradise Inn.
Bull River Tourist Hotel.
Fernie Grand Central Hotel.
Fernie Hotel.
Roma Hotel.
Royal Hotel.
Fort Steele Imperial Hotel.
Werden Hotel.
Krag Krag Hotel.
Natal Great Northern Hotel.
Venezia Hotel.
Michel Michel Hotel.
Waldo Waldo Hotel.
Wasa Wasa Hotel.
MeBride Fraser Hotel.
Pouce Coupe Commercial Hotel.
Prince George Columbus Hotel.
Europe Hotel.
McDonald Hotel.
Prince George Hotel.
Royal Hotel.
Windsor Hotel.
Red Pass Junction Red Pass Hotel.
Deep Cove The Chalet.
Ganges Harbour House.
Pemberton Pemberton Hotel.
Lund Malaspina Hotel.
Nanaimo Columbus Hotel.
Commercial Hotel.
Eagle Hotel.
Globe Hotel.
Lotus Hotel.
Nanaimo Hotel.
Patricia Hotel.
Union Hotel.
Lumby Lumby Hotel.
Okanagan Landing Strand Hotel.
Arernon Coldstream Hotel.
Kalarnalka Hotel.
National Hotel.
Vernon Hotel.
.Endako Endako Hotel.
Fraser Lake Fraser Lake Hotel.
Houston Houston Hotel.
Vanderhoof Neehako Hotel.
Haysport Haysport Hotel.
Port Clements Port Clements Hotel.
Prince Rupert Royal Hotel.
Rossland Hotel Allan.
Irwin Hotel.
Trail Kootenay Hotel.
Montana Hotel. 16 Geo. 5
Ieport of Liquor Control Board.
O 13
Electoral District. Locality. Premises.
Skeena Pacific Nichol Hotel.
Smithers Smithers Hotel.
Telkwa Telkwa Hotel.
Terrace , Tourist Hotel.
Usk Shackleton Hotel.
Yale..... Brookmere Brookmere Hotel.
Hope Commercial Hotel.
Merritt Adelphi Hotel.
Coldwater Hotel.
Grand Hotel.
Vancouver Vancouver Astoria Hotel.
Austin Hotel. Empire Hotel. Royal Hotel.
Belmont Hotel.. Grand Hotel. St. Helen Hotel.
Broadway Hotel. Grand Union Hotel. Savoy Hotel.
Carlton Hotel. Haddon Hotel. Stanley Hotel.
Central Hotel. Imperial Hotel. Strand Hotel.
City Hotel. Kingston Hotel. Vancouver Hotel.
Cobalt Hotel. Martinique Hotel. Victor Hotel.
Commercial Hotel. Pender Hotel. AVinters Hotel.
Crown Hotel. Rainier Hotel.
Beer Licences issued in respect of the Year 1926 (from January 1st to March 31st, 1926).
Electoral District. Locality. Premises.
Alberni Alberni Arlington Hotel.
Lantzville Lantzville Hotel.
Nanoose Arlington Hotel.
Parksville Rod & Gun Hotel.
Port Alberni Beaufort Hotel.
King Edward Hotel.
Kingsway Hotel.
Somass Hotel.
Qualicum Beach Shady Rest Hotel.
Wellington Wellington Hotel.
Comox Road Somerset Hotel.
Atlin Alice Arm Pioneer Hotel.
Welcome Hotel.
Hyder Fraser Hotel.
Stewart King Edward Hotel.
Stewart Hotel.
Cranbrook Kimberley Globe Hotel.
Kimberley Hotel.
North Star Hotel.
Sullivan Hotel.
Moyie Central Hotel.
Wardner Wardner Hotel.
Wycliffe Wycliffe Hotel.
Yahk New Hotel.
Hotel Yahk.
Creston Erie ...Mersey Hotel.
Kitchener Kitchener Hotel.
McConnell Hotel.
Procter Outlet Hotel.
Salmo Northern Hotel.
Salmo Hotel.
Sirdar Tourist Inn.
Ymir Cosmopolitan Hotel.
Ymir Hotel. Electoral District. Locality. Premises.
Columbia Athalmer Coronation Hotel.
Field Monarch Hotel.
Golden Columbia Hotel.
Russell Hotel.
Cowichan-Newcastle Cassidy Cassidy Hotel.
Chernainus Horseshoe Bay Inn.
Lewisville Hotel.
Cowichan Bay Buena Vista Hotel.
Cowichan Lake Cowichan Lake.
Riverside Inn.
Crofton Crofton Hotel.
Cedar District Wheatsheaf Hotel.
Extension Tunnel Hotel.
Ladysmith Abbotsford   Hotel.
Bayview Hotel.
Frank Hotel.
New Western Hotel.
Pretoria Hotel.
Travellers Hotel.
Northfield Halfway House.
Cariboo Likely Likely Hotel.
Quesnel Cariboo Hotel.
Williams Lake Grand Central Hotel.
Log Cabin Hotel.
Comox Baynes Sound Baynes Sound Hotel.
Bowser Bowser Hotel.
Campbell River Campbellton Hotel.
Willows Hotel.
Comox Elk Hotel.
Lome Hotel.
Courtenay Courtenay Hotel.
Riverside Hotel.
Cumberland Cumberland Hotel.
Eagle Hotel.
King George Hotel.
Union Hotel.
Vendome Hotel.
Waverley Hotel.
Hardy Bay Hardy Bay Hotel.
Heriot Bay Heriot Bay Hotel.
Oyster River Halfway House.
Union Bay Nelson Hotel.
Willis Hotel.
Esquimalt Cobble Hill Wilton Place.
Colwood Colwood Hotel.
Esquimalt Esquimalt Hotel.
Coach & Horses Hotel.
Halfway House.
Sooke Harbour Paradise Inn.
Fernie Fernie Grand Central Hotel.
Fernie Hotel.
King Edward Hotel.
King's Hotel.
Napanee Hotel.
Northern Hotel.
Queens Hotel. 16 Geo. 5 Report of Liquor Control Board. O 15
Electoral District.                                                  Locality. Premises.
Fernie Fernie Roma Hotel.
Royal Hotel.
Waldorf Hotel.
Fort Steele Werden Hotel.
Windsor Hotel.
Krag Krag Hotel.
Natal Great Northern Hotel.
Kootenay Hotel.
Venezia Hotel.
Michel Michel Hotel.
Waldo Waldo Hotel.
Wasa Wasa Hotel.
Fort George MeBride Fraser Hotel.
Prince George Columbus Hotel.
Europe Hotel.
McDonald Hotel.
Prince George Hotel.
Royal Hotel.
Windsor Hotel.
Red Pass Junction Red Pass Hotel.
Islands Deep Cove The Chalet.
Ganges Harbour House.
Lillooet Howe Sound Seaside Park Hotel.
Lillooet Excelsior Hotel.
Victoria Hotel.
Pemberton Pemberton Hotel.
Squamish Newport Hotel.
Squamish Hotel.
Mackenzie Lund Malaspina Hotel.
Nanaimo Nanaimo Balmoral Hotel.
Columbus Hotel.
Commercial Hotel.
Crescent Hotel.
Eagle Hotel.
Globe Hotel.
Lotus Hotel.
Nanaimo Hotel.
Newcastle Hotel.
Occidental Hotel.
Patricia Hotel.
Quarterway Hotel.
Queens Hotel.
Union Hotel.
Windsor Hotel.
Nanaimo River Cranberry Hotel.
North Okanagan Lumby Lumby Hotel.
Vernon Coldstream Hotel.
Kalamalka Hotel.
National Hotel.
Vernon Hotel.
Omineca Burns Lake Omineca Hotel.
Endako Endako Hotel.
Fraser Lake Fraser Lake Hotel.
Houston Houston Hotel.
Vanderhoof Neehako Hotel. O 16
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Electoral District.
Prince Rupert	
Rossland-Trail..
Skeena..
Yale..
Vancouver	
Angelus Hotel.
Astoria Hotel.
Austin Hotel.
Balmoral Hotel.
Belmont Hotel.
Broadway Hotel.
Burrard Hotel.
Canada Hotel.
Carlton Hotel.
Castle Hotel.
Cecil Hotel.
Central Hotel.
City Hotel.
Cobalt Hotel.
Columbia Hotel.
Commercial Hotel.
Cordova Hotel.
Crown Hotel.
Dominion Hotel.
Dufferin Hotel.
Empire Hotel.
Locality. Premises.
-Haysport Haysport Hotel.
Port Clements Port Clements Hotel.
Trince Rupert Central Hotel.
Knox Hotel.
New Empress Hotel.
Old Empress Hotel.
Prince Rupert Hotel.
Royal Hotel.
Savoy Hotel.
.Rossland Hotel Allan.
Irwin Hotel.
Orwell Hotel.
Trail Crown Point Hotel.
Kootenay Hotel.
Montana Hotel.
Union Hotel.
.Pacific Nichol Hotel.
Port Essington Caledonia Hotel.
Smithers Bulkley Hotel.
Smithers Hotel.
Telkwa Telkwa Hotel.
Terrace Terrace Hotel.
Tourist Hotel.
Usk Shackleton Hotel.
.Brookmere Brookmere Hotel.
Hope ; Commercial Hotel.
Merritt.- Adelphi Hotel.
Coldwater Hotel.
Grand Hotel.
.Vancouver American Hotel.
Empress Hotel. New Fountain Hotel.
Europe Hotel. Niagara Hotel.
Grand Hotel. Patricia Hotel.
Grand Union Hotel. Pender Hotel.
Grandview Hotel. Princeton Hotel.
Haddon Hotel. Rainier Hotel.
Hudson Hotel. Royal Hotel.
Imperial Hotel. St. Helen Hotel.
Invermay Hotel. St. Regis Hotel.
Ivanhoe Hotel. Savoy Hotel.
Kingston Hotel. Stanley Hotel.
Klondyke Hotel. Sterling Hotel.
London Hotel. Strand Hotel.
Lotus Hotel. Stratford Hotel.
Main Hotel. Travellers Hotel.
Manitoba Hotel. Vancouver Hotel.
Martinique Hotel. Victor Hotel.
Melbourne Hotel. Hotel West.
Metropole Hotel. Winters Hotel.
Mountview Hotel. Yale Hotel.
PROHIBITIONS.
Appendix B, Law Enforcement, shows in detail all prosecutions reported by the police for
infractions of the " Government Liquor Act." Most of the municipalities have been energetic
in their efforts to carry out the provisions of the Act, and the Board has not been called upon
to enter into this phase of enforcement to the same extent as in previous years. 16 Geo. 5 Report op Liquor Control Board. O 17
No cases under tbe Statute of outstanding importance have occurred during the period under
review, but the illegal selling of liquor continues, and presents many difficulties, despite the
opportunities for purchasing liquor at the Government stores and the facilities for the consumption of beer in public.
Continuous supervision of licensed premises is required, more particularly in the urban
centres, and especially in the City of Vancouver, where the density of population affords the
greatest likelihood of violations of the Act. It was pointed out in the last report that the Board
views the receipt of a licence as a franchise, and whilst the enforcement of the law rests primarily
with the police, the Statute gives the Board disciplinary authority to suspend and cancel licences,
and in the exercise of this authority the Board has earnestly endeavoured to co-operate with the
police, particularly in such cases where the same would appear more fitting than the often
difficult process of convicting through the Courts, Where licences have been suspended or
cancelled a salutary punishment through loss of trade has resulted, and this, it is hoped, will
prove a deterrent to others.
The number of licences suspended or cancelled during the year 1925-26 was as follows :—
Suspended.      Cancelled.
Beer licences   15 2
Club licences     1 2
The Board endeavours to deal with all complaints that are received, and whilst these are
helpful, it is to be observed that complaints of an anonymous nature are valueless.
The brewing of beer for private use which is permitted under the " Inland Revenue Act" is
in very general practice. It is regrettable that this provision exists, as it adds to the problems
of law enforcement.
APPLICATION OF ACT.
Pharmaceutical and other Preparations.
The consent of the Board to manufacturers' applications for Dominion licences to purchase
liquor in bond for manufacture of preparations permitted by such licences was granted to the
following firms:—
1926—
Chilvers Johnson, Limited Vancouver.
Vancouver Barber Supply Vancouver.
George A. Laidlaw Vancouver.
TAXATION PROVISIONS.
Warehouse Licences.
Warehouse licences issued from January 1st to March 31st in respect of the year 1926:—
N^i106 Name of Firm. Place of Business.
74. Consolidated Exporters Corporation, Ltd Victoria.
75. Joseph Kennedy, Ltd Vancouver.
76. Consolidated Exporters Corporation, Ltd Vancouver.
77. Consolidated Exporters Corporation, Ltd Grand Forks.
78. Consolidated Exporters Corporation, Ltd Prince Rupert.
79. Consolidated Exporters Corporation, Ltd Fernie.
80. A. L. McLennan Vancouver.
81. Manitoba Refiners of B.C., Ltd Vancouver.
Taxation of Liquor not purchased from a Government Liquor Store.
A further decline in the amount of revenue derived from this source has taken place.
INTERDICTION.
Interdiction orders issued by Magistrates and Chief Constables numbered 109, whilst 23
orders of revocation were issued by interdiction officials. O 18
British Columbia.
1926
PENALTIES AND PROCEDURE.
Liquor forfeited or seized.
Destruction of forfeited or seized liquor has been provided for by the following Orders in
Council:—
Orders in Council. Approved.
No.    435 April 7th, 1925.
No.    625 June 5th, 1925.
No.    986 , Sept. 11th, 1925.
No. 1356 Dec. 21st, 1925.
No.    258 March 5th, 1926.
LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD.
Staff.
A recapitulation of the permanent staff as at March 31st, 1926, is' as follows:—
Staffs.
Returned
Soldier.
Not
Returned
Soldier.
Female.
Total.
21
21
77
18
40
99
10
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49
66
176
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157
15
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ACCOUNTING.
Advances and Reserve Fund.
The Minister of Finance has from time to time advanced sufficient moneys to provide
adequately for the operation of the business. It will be observed that the Reserve Fund, which
is the working capital, has now reached the sum of $651,534.63, which, together with the sum
of SS9.033.42 to be set aside from the profits for the six months ended March 31st, 1926, will
make a total of $740,568.05, and when this fund has reached a million dollars or thereabouts,
advances from the Consolidated Revenue Fund will be reduced to a minimum.
Statement of Accounts.
Appendix A contains the financial statements for the six-monthly periods ended September
30th, 1925, and March 31st, 1926, the Statute requiring that these should be submitted in a half-
yearly form. For the convenience of the public, however, a consolidation of the Trading and
Profit and Loss Accounts for the fiscal year 1925-20 has been compiled as follows:— 16 Geo. 5
Ieport op Liquor Control Board.
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The net profits for tbe year's operation exceed that of the previous year by $642,895.31, this
increase being explained as follows:—
Increase of Net Profits for the Fiscal Year 1925-26.
Net profit, 1925-26  $3,331,934 10
Net profit, 1924-25     2,689,038 70
Increase in net profit for 1925-26  $642,895 31
Increased revenue—
Sales to beer licensees   $311,412 50
Licence fees     129,637 50
Licence transfer fees         1,145 00
Miscellaneous sales          6,383 38
Increase in profit on sales to public ex Liquor Stores     48,279 25
$496,857 63
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Decrease in tax, section 64  $1,936 00
Claims written off     7,161 36
 9,097 36
Reductions in operating expenses—
Interest   $ 54,924 92
Head Office   :  13,432 91
Law enforcement   10,449 57
Maintenance of prisoners   7,174 90
Warehouses     1,314 23
$   487,760 27
$ 87,296 53
Less—
Increases in operating Government Liquor Stores     20,659 99
Cost of beer plebiscite deducted from 1924-25 profits
66,636 54
88,498 50
Net increase as above	
DISTRIBUTION OF PROFITS.
$642,895 31
The Statute requires that the sums to be set aside in respect of the " Mothers' Pensions
Act" and the Board's Reserve Fund shall be appropriated from the net profits before proportioning the amounts payable to the Consolidated Revenue Fund and the municipalities. From
the profits for the six months ended March 31st, 1926, the sums respectively of $273,628.28 and
$89,038.42 will be set aside for this purpose, and the total distribution of the year's profits will,
therefore, be:—
Periods.
Net
Profits.
Reserve.
Mothers'
Pensions.
Municipalities.
Hospitals.
Consolidated
Revenue
Fund.
April 1, 1925, to
Sept.   30,   1925
Oct. 1,. 1925, to
March 31, .1926
$1,551,265  61
1,780,668 49
$  77,563 28
89,033 42
$260,890 27
273,628 28
$424,484 23
496,302 37
$181,921 80
212,701  02
$   606,406 03
709,003 40
Totals	
$3,331,934 10
$166,596  70
$534,518 55 ■
$920,786  60
$394,622 82
$1,315,409 43
REGULATIONS.
Appendix C includes amendments to existing regulations passed by the Board during the
fiscal year. These amendments to the regulations have been published in the British Columbia
Gazette in accordance with the requirements of section 119 of the Act.  O 22
British Columbia.
1926
APPENDIX A.
BALANCE-SHEET AS AT
ASSETS.
CASH:
In Bank $    3,951 77
In Provincial Treasury    5S3.553 63
 $   587,505 40
CASH ADVANCES TO WAREHOUSE MANAGERS, AUDITORS, AND VENDORS, ETC  119,660 00
ACCOUNTS  RECEIVABLE  2,353 31
STOCK ON HAND PER INVENTORY ... 1,545,714 21
EEAL  ESTATE         30,765 00
BUILDINGS   (LESS  DEPRECIATION)  112,550 00
EQUIPMENT  (.LESS DEPRECIATION)  14,693 60
FURNITURE AND FIXTURES   (LESS DEPRECIATION)     7,508 61
DEFERRED CHARGES:
Insurance $31,340 61
Guarantee bonds         639 70
  31,980 31
$2,452,730 44
D. R. MACB'ARLANE,
Chief Accountant.
H. DAVIDSON,
Chairman. 1.6 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
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SEPTEMBER 30th, 1925.
LIABILITIES.
ACCOUNTS PAYABLE   $   327,493 48
RESERVE FUND         573,971 35
$   901,464 83
PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT   (UNDIVIDED PROFITS)        1,551,265  61
$2,452,730 44
I certify that I have examined the accounts of the Liquor Control Board for the six months ended
September 30th, 1925, and that in my opinion the attached Balance-sheet is properly drawn up, so as to
exhibit a true and correct statement of the affairs of the Board, according to the best of my information
and to the explanations given to me and as shown by the books of the Board.
A. N. MOUAT, C.A.,
Coniptroller-Qeneral, Province of British Columbia.
Victoria, B.C., November 12th, 1925. O 24
British Columbia.
APPENDIX A—Continued.
TRADING ACCOUNT FOR THE PERIOD
TO STOCK ON HAND, MARCH 31ST, 1925   $1,797,260 74
„   MERCHANDISE  PURCHASED       4,655,148 48
„   OPERATING COSTS:
WAREHOUSES :
Salaries    - $ 47,404 00
Rents          9,205 00
Insurance          4,599 47
Telegraph and telephone   971 75
Light, water, and fuel         1,015 98
Depreciation         4,502 72
Sundries           7,100 28
 $ 74,799 20
VENDORS:
Salaries  $150,423 06
Rents         29,866 11
Insurance       10,551 14
Telephone and telegraph         1,928 74
Light, water, and fuel        2,383 60
Depreciation    4,727 09
Sundries   (including alterations and repairs)       21,708 46
 221,588 20
  296,387  40
„   HEAD OFFICE EXPENSES :
Administrative salaries  - - $ 37,739 97
Travelling expenses  5,078 82
Interest on advances  !  7,070 19
Rent  1,8S0 00
Telegraph and telephone   1,254 40
Light, water, and fuel   100 00
Printing and stationery 1  7,248 34
Postage  4,022 47
Bank charges   319 18
Guarantee bonds   436 89
Depreciation  1,462 24
Sundries     521 28
 67,133  78
$6,815,930 40
„   BALANCE TRANSFERRED TO PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT       1,569,751  87
$8,385,682 27 16 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
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APRIL 1st TO SEPTEMBER 30th, 1925.
BY SALES TO THE PUBLIC  $5,782,788 83
Less discounts to druggists  $   410 99
,,    Vendors' breakages     9,740 31
„    Vendors' shortages       176 57
„    burglary and theft    1,082 77
 11,410 64
$5,771,378 19
„   SALES TO BEER LICENSEES      1,052,023 25
 $6,823,401 44
„   OTHER INCOME :
Bank interest  $       1,358 36
Rents  5,263 61
Miscellaneous ,  9,944 65
  16,566 62
„   STOCK ON HAND PER INVENTORY     1,545,714 21
$8,385,682 27 O 26
British Columbia.
1926
APPENDIX A—Continued.
PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT FOR THE
TO LAW ENFORCEMENT AND SECRET SERVICE  SALARIES
AND EXPENSES  $ 72,514 13
Less charged to municipalities       11,460 22
„   MAINTENANCE OF PRISONERS
„   CLAIMS WRITTEN OFF 	
$      61,053  91
534 35
7,161 30
 $      68,749  62
NET PROFIT FOR SIX MONTHS CARRIED TO BALANCE-SHEET      1,551,265 61
$1,620,015 23
APPROPRIATION
TO RESERVE FUND   $  70,489 60
„   CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND     546,238  39
„   CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND RE MOTHERS' PENSIONS     246,825  52
„   CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND IN AID OF HOSPITALS AND INSTITUTIONS     163,871  52
„   SUNDRY MUNICIPALITIES      382,366 87
 $1,409,791 90
BALANCE CARRIED TO BALANCE-SHEET     1,551,265 61
$2,961,057 51 16 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
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PERIOD APRIL 1st TO SEPTEMBER 30th, 1925.
BY BALANCE FROM TRADING ACCOUNT   $1,569,751  87
„   CLUB LICENCES $ 1,200 00
„   BEER LICENCES     41,062 50
„   LICENCE TRANSFER FEES  550 00
„   TAX REALIZED UNDER SECTION 64      7,450 86
 50,263 36
$1,620,015 23
ACCOUNT.
BY BALANCE BROUGHT FORWARD   $1,409,791 90
„   NET PROFIT FOR SIX MONTHS ENDED SEPTEMBER 30th, 1925      1,551,265 61
$2,961,057 51 O 28
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APPENDIX A— Continued.
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D. R. MACFARLANE,
Chief Accountant.  APPENDIX A—Continued.
BALANCE-SHEET AS AT
ASSETS.
CASH:
In bank ?  15,645 32
On hand       10,000 00
In Provincial Treasury    883,828 78
 ?   909,474 10
CASH ADVANCES TO WAREHOUSE MANAGERS, AUDITORS, AND VENDORS, ETC  121,635 00
ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE  935 51
STOCK ON HAND PER INVENTORY   1,415,492 75
HEAL ESTATE 30,765 00
BUILDINGS  (LESS DEPRECIATION)  111,262 50
EQUIPMENT  (LESS DEPRECIATION)    7,774 96
FURNITURE AND FIXTURES   (LESS DEPEECIATION)     7,084 27
DEFERRED CHARGES:
Insurance  $ 24,532 71
Guarantee bonds  188 50
  24,721  21
$2,629,145 30
D. R. MACFARLANE,
Chief Accountant.
H. DAVIDSON,
Chairman. Report of Liquor Control Board.
O 35
MARCH 31st, 1926.
LIABILITIES.
ACCOUNTS PAYABLE  _  $   196,942 18
RESERVE FUND
651,534 63
$   848,476 81
PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT  (UNDIVIDED PROFITS)     1,780,668 49
152,629,145 30
I certify that I have examined the accounts of the Liquor Control Board for the six months ended
March 31st, 1926, and that in my opinion the attached Balance-sheet is properly drawn up, so as to exhibit
a true and correct statement of the affairs of the Board, according to the best of my information and to
the explanations given to me and as shown by the books of the Board.
Victoria, B.C., May Sth, 1926.
A. N. MOUAT,  C.A.,
Comptroller-General, Province of British Columbia. British Columbia.
1926
APPENDIX A—Continued.
TRADING ACCOUNT FOR THE PERIOD
TO STOCK ON HAND, SEPTEMBER 30th, 1925  $1,545,714 21
„   MERCHANDISE PURCHASED  >. 1     4,479,925 05
„   OPERATING COSTS :
WAREHOUSES :
Salaries If 50,279 25
Rents            9,055 00
Insurance         4,226 73
Telegraph and telephone   588 52
Light, water, and fuel         1,799 01
Depreciation           4,546 03
Sundries           8,272 21
VENDORS:
Salaries  $153,451 40
Rents      31,388 61
Insurance       11,130 05
Telegraph and telephone          1,881 48
Light, water, and fuel         6,244 45
Depreciation          4,244 56
Sundries (including alterations and repairs)       19,710 44
$  78,766 75
 228,050 99
HEAD OFFICE EXPENSES :
Administrative salaries  - $ 38,226 20
, Travelling expenses	
Interest on advances 	
Rent .	
Telegraph and telephone	
Light, water, and fuel	
Printing and stationery        10,S71  96
Postage and express	
Bank charges	
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BALANCE TRANSFERRED TO PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT      1,639,259 96
$8,039,002 57 16 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
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OCTOBER 1st, 1925, TO MARCH 31st; 1926.
BY  SALES  TO  THE PUBLIC  $5,708,573 66
Less discounts to druggists  $      396 89
,,    Vendors'  breakages    11,306  13
,,    Vendors' shortages  532 75
  12,235 77
$5,696,337 89
„   SALES  TO  BEER   LICENSEES         914,605 95
 $6,610,943 84
„   OTHER INCOME:
Bank interest  $1,162 79
Rents       5,263 61
Miscellaneous 1     6,139 58
  12,565 98
„   STOCK ON HAND PER INVENTORY       1,415,492 75
$8,039,002 57 O 38
British Columbia.
1926
APPENDIX A—Continued.
PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT FOR THE
TO LAW ENFORCEMENT AND SECRET SERVICE SALARIES AND
EXPENSES $66,744 63
Less charged to municipalities      8,793 95
 —$57,950 68
„   MAINTENANCE  OF  PRISONERS     306 50
  $     58,257 18
„   NET PROFIT FOR SIX MONTHS CARRIED TO BALANCE-SHEET      1,780,668 49
$1,838,925 67
APPROPRIATION
TO RESERVE FUND $ 77,563 28
„   CONSOLIDATED  REVENUE  FUND    606,406 03
„   CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND RE MOTHERS' PENSIONS     260,890 27
„   CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND IN AID OF HOSPITALS AND INSTITUTIONS     181,921 80
„   SUNDRY MUNICIPALITIES      424,484 23
  $1,551,265 61
„   BALANCE  CARRIED  TO  BALANCE-SHEET     1,780,668 49
$3,331,934 10 16 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
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PERIOD OCTOBER 1st, 1925, TO MARCH 31st, 1926.
BY BALANCE FROM TRADING ACCOUNT  $1,639,259 96
WAREHOUSE LICENCES   $ 80,000 00
CLUB LICENCES             7,000 00
BEER LICENCES    107,750 00
LICENCE TRANSFER FEES .,...,  595 00
TAX REALIZED UNDER SECTION 64         4,320 71
 199,665 71
$1,838,925  67
ACCOUNT.
BY BALANCE  BROUGHT FORWARD
$1,551,265  61
NET PROFIT FOR SIX MONTHS ENDED MARCH 31ST, 1926     1,780,668 49
$3,331,934 10 O 40
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APPENDIX A—Continued.
Confiscated Liquor taken into Stock and paid for, October 1st, 1925, to March 31st, 1926,
under Section 35, Subsection  (3), "Government Liquor Act."
Date taken
into Stock.
Brand.
Quantity.
Nov.     6	
42
21
5
2
1
3
6
2
8
24
4
3
1
1
5
9
1
4
1
2
33
85
16
4
2
10
24
1
1
150
4
5
17
35
8
10
1
239
203
44
8
63
30
4
5
6
51
3
15
7
bottles
6...	
6	
Scotch Whisky	
bottles
6...	
„        0   	
De Kuyper's Gin  	
bottle
6   .
16-oz. bottles
6	
Rye Whisky
6„	
16-oz.  bottles
6	
„     24	
„      21	
bottles
,,     24	
„      24..	
Gin	
„      24.	
bottle
„      24...	
16-oz. bottles
„      24...	
bottles
„      27	
bottle
„      27	
Gin    .
Dec.   17	
Gin	
bottle
„      17	
bottles
Jan.   22	
Scotch Whisky	
bottles
„     22	
bottles
„     22	
„     22	
„     22	
bottles
„     22	
„     22...	
Sake	
bottles
„     22...	
Gin
,,     22 .-'.
„      29	
dozen bottles
Mar.  10	
bottles
„     10	
bottles
■   „     10	
„     10	
Scotch Whisky
10	
bottles
,,     10	
Gin  	
„      10...	
bottle
„      12 ....j
12	
Assorted Scotch Whisky   	
bottles
,,      12
Gin   	
12	
„      12...	
Sake	
bottles
12
12
12
bottles
„      12
12
bottl"S
ii      12
12
12
16-oz. bottles
D. R. MACFARLANE,
Chief Accountant. O 46
British Columbia.
192Q
APPENDIX B.
Summary of Prosecutions under the " Government Liquor Act."
Disposition.
Description of Offence.
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Allowing permit to be used by another
10
1
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$        450 00
$        450 00
Section H.
1
1
Section 27.
Possession   of   liquor    (other   than
1
1
Section 28.
Selling or offering liquor for sale "1
Giving liquor for consideration.... t
317
1
43
42
227
4
73,025
? 3,600 00
76,625 00
Exposing or keeping liquor for sale J
Section 32.
Purchasing or attempting to pur- "1
chase liquor   1
103
3
3
42
55
2,100 00
2,800 00
4,900 00
Taking liquor for consideration.— J
Section 3 k-
Consumption of unsealed liquor.	
2
1
1
50   OO
50 00
100 00
Section 35.
306
10
9
148
199
8,785 00
10,250 00
19,035 00
Section 37.
Consuming liquor in a public place..
48
7
2
34
5
1,760 00
250 00
2,010 00
Section 38.
Drunk in a public place	
2,082
9
34
501
964
484
25,015 00
12,330 00
37,345 00
Section 39.
Sales to persons under influence of
1
1
50 00
50 00
Section 40.
Supplying liquor to a minor	
27
1
7
6
13
3,650 00
3,650 00
Section 42.
Supplying   liquor   to   a   disqualified
2
1
1
50 00
50 OO
Section 43.
Supplying  liquor  to   an   interdicted
6
4
2 16 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
O 47
APPENDIX
Summary of Prosecutions under the
B—Continued.
" Government Liquor Act "—Continued.
Disposition.
Description of Offence.
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7
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$        350 00
$     100 00
$        450 00
Section 47.
Giving  liquor   to  a   person  under I
41
12
1
22
6
1,475 00
300 00
1,775 00
the influence of liquor J
Section 48.
Keeping or consuming liquor in any
part of an inn other than a pri
vate guest-room	
85
1
11
52
21
3,375 00
1,200 00
4,575 00
Section 49.
Consumption of liquor in an unlicen-
6
1
5
50 00
250 00
300 00
Section 50.
Keeping or having liquor on premises
of person engaged in selling non-
46
1
27
18
1,950 00
1,250 00
3,200 00
Section 50a.
Keeping of liquor in a restaurant....
72
4
22
46
1,200 00
2,300 00
3,500 00
Section 53.
Selling or dealing in  beer or  near-
beer	
122
24
13
83
2
25,500 00
600 00
26,100 00
Section 54a.
2
2
600 00
6O0 00
Section 64 (»').
5
5
250 00
250 00
Section 66 (2).
Liquor  in   possession   of   interdicted
6
1
2
3
375 00
375 00
Section 73.
Refusing admission to search prem-
1
1
50 00
50 00
Section 81.
Interdict refusing information as to
3
3
Section 63.
Incorrect    returns     by    warehouse
1
1
1,000 00
1,000 00
Totals	
3,365
13
167
671
1,666
848
$151,110 00
$35,280 00
$186,390 00 O 48
5ritish Columbia.
1926
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police (Section 121).
Section 12.—Allowing Permit to he used uy Another Person.
Disposition.
Electoral District.
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2
1
5
1
1
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2
1
5
1
$        100
50
250
00
00
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$
100
50
250
00
Cranbrook:
00
00
Salmon Arm :
Similkameen:
50
00
50
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Totals                   	
10
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$        450
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$
450
00
Section lit.—Holding of more than One Permit.
Prince Rupert:
Balance of district..
Section 27.—Possession of Liquor (other than Beer) on IAcensed Premises.
Vancouver:
City of Vancouver.
Section 28.—Selling or offering Liquor for Sale;  giving Liquor for Consideration;
exposing or keeping Liquor for Sale.
Alberni:
City of Port Alberni	
Atlin	
Burnaby	
Cariboo	
Chilliwack :
City of Chilliwack	
Municipality of Chilliwack....
Municipality  of  Matsqui	
Balance of district	
Comox :
City of Cumberland	
Balance of district	
Cowichan-Newcastle :
City of Duncan	
Balance of district	
Cranbrook:
City of Cranbrook	
Balance of district	
Creston	
Delta :
Municipality of Delta	
Municipality of Langley	
Municipality of Surrey	
Balance of district	
Dewdney :
City of Port Coquitlam	
City of Port Moody	
Municipality of Maple Ridge..
16
2
3
1
1
1
1
10
1
3
2
18
1
1
13
1
1
10
300  00
4,800 00
300 00
600 00
300 00
300 00
900 00
300 00
2,175 00
300  00
700  00
350 00
4,200 00
300 00
300 00
1,200 00
300 00
600 00
350 00
1.500 00
$     300 00
300 00
4.800  00
300 00
600 00
300 00
»0O 00
900 00
300 00
2,175 00
300  00
700 00
350 00
4,200 00
300 00
300 00
1,500 OO
'    300 00
600 00
350 00
1.500 00 16 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
O 49
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section 28.—Selling or offering Liquor for Sale;  giving Liquor for Consideration,;
exposing or keeping Liquor for Sale—Continued.
Electoral District.
Disposition.
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Esquimalt:
Municipality of Esquimalt..
Fernie :
City of Fernie	
Balance of district	
Fort George :
City of Prince  George	
Grand Forks-Greenwood :
City of Greenwood	
Balance of district	
Kamloops:
City of Kamloops	
Balance  of  district	
Kaslo-Slocan :
Balance of district	
Lillooet 	
Mackenzie	
Nanaimo :
City of Nanaimo	
Balance of district	
Nelson :
City of Nelson	
New Westminster :
City of New Westminster...
North Okanagan :
City of Vernon	
Balance of district	
Omineca	
Prince Rupert:
City of Prince Rupert	
Balance of district	
Revelstoke:
■City of Revelstoke	
Richmond-Point' Grey:
Municipality of Point Grey.
Municipality of Richmond...
Rossland-Trail:
City of Trail	
Saanich :
Municipality of Saanich	
Salmon  Arm :
Balance of district	
Similkameen :
Municipality of Penticton...
Balance of district	
Skeena	
Vancouver :
City of Vancouver	
Victoria :
City of Victoria	
Balance of district	
Yale :
Balance of district	
Totals	
5
16
I -
1  43
227
500 00
1,500 00
1,250 00
300 00
1,800 00
700 00
600 00
300 00
300 00
600 00
300 00
1,100 00
300 00
650 00
300 00
300 00
4,900 00
900 00
1,200 00
900 00
300 00
2,800 00
300 00
50 >IJ0
300 00
1,200 00
900 00
23,700 00
4,000 00
400 00
300 00
300 00
3,000 00
500 00
1,500 00
1,250 00
300 00
1,800 00
1,000 00
600 00
300 00
300 00
600 00
300 00
1,100 00
300 00
650 00
300 00
300 00
4,900 00
900 00
1,200 00
900 00
300 00
2,800 00
300 00
50 00
300 00
1,200 00
900 00
26,700 00
4,000 00
400 00
30 0 00
$ 73,025 00
$ 3,600 00
$ 76,625 00 O 50
British Columbia.
192G
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly' Reports received from Police—Continued. ■
Section 32.—Purchasing or attempting to purchase Liquor;   talcing Liquor for a Consideration.
Disposition.
Electoral District.
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1
1
2
2
4
3
1
1
1
3
79
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
2
1
4
3
1
2
2
23
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$        100 00
50 00
50 00
100 00
50 00
200 00
150 00
50 00
$        100 00
Comox :
50 00
Cranbrook :
50 00
100 00
Delta :
$        50 00
100 00
200 00
Fernie:
150 00
Fort   George :
50 00
New Westminster :
50 00
50 00
North Vancouver :
Prince Rupert:
Richmond-Point Grey:
100 00
100 00
1,150 00
100 00
South  Vancouver:
Municipality of South Vancouver.
Vancouver:
100 00
....    j       1
2,700  00
3,850   00
103
a
3
42
55
S     2.100  001 S  2.800  00
$    4,900 00
Section 3J/.—Consumption of Unsealed Liquor.
North Vancouver :
1
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1
$
$
50 00
$
50 00
Similkameen :
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50 00
50 00
2
....   |   ....
1
1
$
50 00
$
50 00
$
100 00
Section 35.—Possession of Unsealed Liquor.
Alberni:
Balance of district	
o
3
4
1
2
1
1
11
1
1
1
2
3
4
2
1
1
10
1
$        150 00
150 00
250 00
$        150 00
150 00
Burnaby :
Municipality of Burnaby	
Comox :
250 00
Cowichan-Newcastle :
City of Ladysmith	
Cranbrook :
City of Cranbrook	
100 00
50 00
100 00
1,100 00
50 00
100 00
Delta :
Municipality of Delta	
50 00
Municipality of Langley	
100 00
Municipality of Surrey	
1,100 00
50 00
Balance of district	 Report of Liquor Control Board.
O 51
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section 35.—Possession of Unsealed Liquor—Continued.
Electoral District.
Disposition.
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Dewdney :
City of Port Moody	
Fernie :
City of Fernie	
Balance of district	
Grand Forks-Greenwood :
Balance of district	
Kamloops:
Balance of district	
Lillooet	
Mackenzie	
Nanaimo :
City of Nanaimo	
Balance of district	
New Westminster :
City of New Westminster	
North Vancouver :
Municipality of North Vancouver.
Prince Rupert:
City of Prince Rupert	
Revelstoke :
City of Revelstoke	
Richmond-Point Grey :
Municipality of Point Grey	
Municipality of Richmond	
Rossland-Trail:
City of Trail	
Saanich :
Municipality of Saanich	
Similkameen:
Balance of district	
Skeena	
South Vancouver:
Municipality of South Vancouver.
Vancouver:
City of Vancouver	
Victoria :
City of Victoria	
Yale:
Balance of district	
1
4
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
292
1
1
Totals..
366 |
50 00
250 00
150 00
100 00
150 00
350 00
175 00
50 00
150 00
100 00
$     100 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
196
50 00
150 00
50 00
50  00
4,800 00
50 00
60 00
50 00
10,050 00
50 00
250 00
150 00
100 00
150 00
350 00
175 00
50 00
250 00
100 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
200 00
50 00
50 00
14,850 00
50 00
60 00
10   I     9
148
199
$     8,785 00
-L
$10,250  00
$  19,035  00
Section 31.—Consuming Liquor in a Public Place.
Atlin	
Columbia	
Cowichan-Newcastle :
City of Ladysmith	
Balance of district	
Cranbrook:
City of Cranbrook	
Balance of district	
Delta :
Municipality of Surrey..
50 00
50 00
100 00
50 00
50 00
450 00
50 00
50 00
100 00
50 00
50 00
450 00 O 52
British Columbia.
1926
APPENDIX B~Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section 37.—Consuming Liquor in a Public Place—Continued.
Electoral District.
Disposition.
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Fernie :
City of Fernie	
Balance of district	
Lillooet	
Nanaimo :
City of Nanaimo	
New Westminster :
City of New Westminster...	
North Okanagan :
Balance of district	
North Vancouver :
Municipality of North Vancouver,
Prince Rupert:
City of Prince Rupert	
Richmond-Point Grey :
Municipality of Richmond	
Rossland-Trail:
City of Trail	
Similkameen :
Municipality of Penticton	
Vancouver :
City of Vancouver	
Victoria :
Municipality of Oak Bay	
Totals	
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$   100
00
150
00
50
00
100
00
100
00
100
00
100
00
110
00
100
00
50
00
50 00
34
50 00
150 00
50 00
100 00
150 00
50 00
50 00
100 00
100 00
250 00
150 .00
110 00
100 00
50 00
50 00
250 00
$    2,010 00
Section 38.—Drunk in a Public Place.
Alberni:
City of Alberni	
City of Port Alberni	
Atlin .....
Burnaby	
Cariboo...	
Chilliwack:
City of Chilliwack	
Municipality of Chilliwack	
Balance of district	
Columbia	
Comox:
City of  Courtenay	
City of Cumberland	
Balance of district	
Cowichan-Newcastle:
City of Duncan	
City of Ladysmith	
Municipality of North Cowichan..
Balance of district	
Cranbrook :
City of Cranbrook ,	
Balance of district	
Creston	
3
14
16
13
6
12
26
47
5
1
5
15
4
6
9
2
2
20
16
1
1
21
47
5
50 00
125 00
375 00
100 00
150 00
250 00
50 00
50 00
525 00
75 00
100 00
225 00
125 00
400 00
25 00
25 00
545 00
1,225 00
125 00
75 00
200 00
225 00
50 00
50 00
25 00
125 00
325 00
375 00
325 00
150 00
300 00
50 00
50 00
525 00
75 00
100 00
225 00
125 00
400 00
25 00
75 00
570 00
1,225 00
125 00 16 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
O 53
APPENDIX B—Oontimed.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police:—Continued.
Section 38.—Drunk in a Public Place—Continued.
Electoral District.
Disposition.
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6
44
134
12
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154
33
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6
7
18
14
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60
20
26
6
6
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78
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$   25 00
$    25 00
$   300 00
675 00
100 00
75 00
200 00
450 00
1,025 00
375 00
125 00
25 00
50 00
425 00
300 00
675 00
100 00
75 00
200 00
450 00
1,025 00
25 OO
400 00
125 00
25 00
50 00
225 00
25 00
650 00
25 00
60 00
50 00
25 OO
575 00
850 00
150 00
925 OO
1,325 00
300 00
300 00
50 00
50 00
125 00
1,500 00
500 00
60 00
50 00
25 00
575 00
75 00
925 00
150 00
75 00
1,975 00
1,000 00
3,300 00
300 00
125 00
425 00
50 00
50 00
125 00
1,500 00
150 00
25 00
3,000 00
650 00
25 00
660 00
150 00
150 00
250 00
350 00
550 00
660 00
150 00
150 00
30 00
280 00
350 00
550 00
Delta :
Municipality of Delta	
Municipality of Langley	
Municipality of Surrey	
Dewdney :
City of Port Coquitlam	
Balance of district	
Esquimalt:
Municipality of Esquimalt	
Fernie :
Balance   of  district	
Fort George:
City of Prince George	
Balance  of district	
Grand Forks-Greenwood :
City of Grand Forks	
Balance of district	
Islands	
Kamloops :
City of Kamloops	
Balance of district	
KasloJSlocan :
City of Kaslo	
Balance of district	
Lillooet	
Mackenzie	
Nanaimo :
City of Nanaimo	
Balance of district	
Nelson :
City of Nelson	
New  Westminster :
City of New Westminster	
North Okanagan :
City of Vernon	
North Vancouver :
City of North Vancouver	
Municipality of North Vancouver
Municipality of West Vancouver..
Omineca	
Prince Rupert:
City of Prince Rupert	
Revelstoke :
City of Revelstoke	
Richmond-Point Grey:
Municipality of Point Grey ,
Rossland-Trail:
City of Trail	
City of Rossland	
Salmon Arm :
City of Salmon Arm	
Similkameen :
Municipality of Penticton	
Balance of district	
Skeena	 O 54
British Columbia.
1926
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section 38.—Drunk in a Public Place—Continued.
Electoral District.
Disposition.
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South Okanagan:
Balance of district	
City of Kelowna	
South  Vancouver :
Municipality of South Vancouver.
Vancouver :
City of Vancouver	
Victoria :
City of Victoria	
Balance of district ,
Yale :
City of Merritt	
Municipality of Kent	
Balance of district	
2
12
15
948
80
1
2
1
14
426
2
10
15
212
53
291
3
75 00
325 00
400 00
5,300 00
1,325 00
$  7,275 00
125 00
50 00
25 00
300 00
75 00
325 00
400 00
12,575 00
1,450 00
50 00
25 00
300 00
Totals..
2,082
34
591
964
484
$ 25,015 00
$12,330 00
$  37,345 00
Section 39.—Sales to Persons under the Influence of Liquor.
Prince Rupert:
City of Prince Rupert..
50 00
50 00
Section 40.—Supplying Liquor to a Minor.
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
5
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
3
Chilliwack :
Comox :
Cowichan-Newcastle :
$        300 00
$        300 00
Municipality of North Cowichan....
Cranbrook:
Esquimalt:
Municipality of Esquimalt	
Fernie :
City of Fernie	
600 00
50 00
600 00
Fort  George :
City of Prince George	
50 00
Kamloops :
Nelson :
300 00
600 00
300 00
Revelstoke:
600 00
Rossland-Trail:
City of Trail —
Similkameen :
Municipality of Penticton	
South Okanagan:
300 00
900 00
300 00
Vancouver:
900 00 16 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
O 55
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section J^O.—Supplying Liquor to a, Minor—Continued.
Disposition.
Electoral District.
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$        300
300
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$
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300 00
Yale :
CSty of Merritt	
Totals	
27
1
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6
13
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$
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Section Jf2.—Supplying Liquor io a Disqualified Person.
Section JfS.—Supplying Liquor to an Interdicted Person.
Section Jf6.—Improper Use of Permit.
Section Jt1.—Permitting Drunkenness;  giving Liquor to a Person under the
Influence of Liquor.
Fernie :
1
1
1
$
50 00
$
50 00
Nelson :
City of Nelson	
1
....   |     1
Totals	
2
1
1
$
50 00
$
50 00
1
2
o
1
1
1
Nanaimo :
....   |     2
1
....   j     1
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Nelson :
Similkameen :
Totals 	
6
4
2
Atlin                                             	
2
1
1
1
1
3
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
$        100  00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
$        100 00
Fernie :
50 00
50 00
Salmon Arm :
Municipality of Salmon Arm
Similkameen :
50 00
I
50 00
Vancouver:
$      100 00
150 00
Totals	
9
7
2
$        350 00
$     100 00
$        450 00
Alberni:
City of Port Alberni	
Cranbrook:
Balance of district	
Delta :
Municipality of Langley..
Municipality of Surrey....
$        250 OO
150 00
25 00
100 00
$
250 00
150 00
25 00
100 00 O 56
British Columbia.
1926
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police1—Continued.
Section 47.—Permitting Drunkenness; giving Liquor to a Person under the
Influence of Liquor—Continued.
Electoral District.
Disposition.
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Balance of district	
Mackenzie	
Nanaimo :
City of Nanaimo	
Balance of district	
Prince Rupert:
City of Prince Rupert	
Similkameen :
Municipality of Penticton..
Vancouver:
City of Vancouver	
Victoria :
City of Victoria	
Totals	
200 00
50 00
350 00
50 00
100 00
50 00
1
20
1
150 00
50 00
250 OO
200 00
50 00
350 00
50 00
150 00
400 00
50 00
41
12
22
$    1,475 001 $      300 001$     1,775 00
Section J/8.—Keeping or consuming Liquor in any part of an Inn other than a
Private Guest-room.
Atlin	
Chilliwack :
City of Chilliwack	
Balance of district	
Columbia	
Cowichan-Newcastle :
City of Duncan	
Cranbrook:
City of Cranbrook	
Balance of district	
Dewdney :
City of Port Coquitlam	
Fernie :
City of Fernie	
Fort   George :
City of Prince George	
Balance of district	
Grand Forks-Greenwood :
City of Greenwood	
Balance of district	
Mackenzie	
Nanaimo :
City of Nanaimo....	
Nelson :
City of Nelson	
New Westminster :
City of New Westminster :
North Vancouver:
City of North Vancouver...
Omineca	
Rossland-Trail:
City of Trail	
Balance of district	
Similkameen:
Municipality of Penticton..
Balance of district	
50 00
300
00
150
00
200
00
375
00
100
00
50
00
50
00
100
00
50
00
50
00
50
00
100
00
250
00
50
00
50
00
100
00
250
00
150
00
300  00
50 00
300
00
150
00
200
00
375
00
100
00
50
00
50
00
100
00
50
00
50
00
50
00
100
00
550
00
50
00
50
00
100
00
250
00
150
00 16 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
0 51
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section 48.—Keeping or consuming Liquor in any part of an Inn other than a
Private Guest-room—Continued.
Disposition.
Electoral District.
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25
11
1
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6
11
1,
18
$        300 00
550 00
50 00
1
1
S      900  00 S     1.200  00
Victoria :
550 OO
50 00
Totals	
85
1
ii
52
21
$     3,375 00
$  1,200 00
$    4,575 00
Section 7/9.—Consumption of Liquor in an Unlicensed Club.
Chilliwack :
i
1
5
$
50 00
$
$
50 00
Vancouver:
5     ....
250 00
250 00
Totals	
6
1
5
$
50 00
$
250 00
$
300 00
Section 50.—Keeping or having Liquor on Premises of Person engaged in selling
Non-intoxicating Beverages.
Cowichan-Newcastle :
City of Duncan	
Cranbrook :
City of Cranbrook	
Delta:
Municipality of Langley....
Fernie :
City of Fernie	
Fort George :
City of Prince George	
Grand Forks-Greenwood :
Balance of district	
Kaslo-Slocan :
City of Kaslo	
Balance of district	
Nanaimo :
Balance of district	
Nelson :
City of Nelson	
New Westminster :
City of New Westminster...
Prince  Rupert:
City of Prince Rupert	
Rossland-Trail :
City of Trail	
Similkameen :
Municipality of Penticton..
Balance of district	
Vancouver:
City of Vancouver	
Victoria :
City of Victoria	
Totals	
16 |
4
46
27
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18
50 00
50 00
150 00]
150 00
50 00
50 00
100 00
50 00
50 00
300 00
50 00
325 00
600 00
50 00
150 00
150 00
225 00
$ 1,950 00
650 00
$ 1,250 00
50
00
50
00
150
00
150
00
50
00
50
00
100
00
50
00
50
00
300
00
600
00
50
00
325
00
50
00
150
00
800
00
225
00
3,200
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British Columbia.
1926
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section 50a.—Keeping of Liquor in a Restaurant.
Electoral District.
Disposition.
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Balance of district	
Cranbrook:
Balance of district	
Fort  George :
City of Prince George	
Balance of district	
Kamloops :
City of Kamloops	
Kaslo-Slocan :
Balance of district	
Nanaimo :
City of Nanaimo	
North Okanagan :
Balance of district	
Prince Rupert:
City of Prince Rupert	
Similkameen :
Municipality of Penticton..
Balance of district	
Skeena	
Vancouver :
City of Vancouver	
Victoria :
City of Victoria	
Totals	
2
1
1
1
1
2
2
1,
1
1
1
1
52
100 00
40
50
00
50
00
50
00
125
00
100
00
50
00
50
00
50
00
50
00
50
00
150
00
325
00
$     1,200 00
2,300  00
$ 2,300 00
100  00
50 00
50 00
50 00
125 00
100 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
2,450 00
325 00
$    3,500 00
Section 53.—Selling or dealing in Beer or Near-beer.
Chilliwack :
Balance of district	
Comox :
City of Cumberland	
Balance of district	
Cowichan-Newcastle :
City of Duncan	
Cranbrook:
City of Cranbrook	
Creston	
Delta:
Municipality of Surrey	
Municipality of Langley	
Dewdney :
City of Port Coquitlam	
Municipality of Maple Ridge..
Fernie:
City of Fernie	
Fort George :
City of Prince George	
Grand Forks-Greenwood :
City of Grand Forks	
Balance of district	
Nanaimo :
City of Nanaimo	
Balance of district	
4
1
2
2
2
1
4
2
2 5
1
300  00
300 00
600 00
300 00
1,250 00
300 00
600  00
600
00
600
00
300
00
1,200
00
1,100
00
1,500
00
300
00
300  00
300 00
600  00
300  00
1,250
00
300
00
600
00
600
00
600
00
300
00
1,200
00
1,100
00
1,500
00
300
00 16 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
O 59
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police1—Continued.
Section 53.—Selling or dealing in Beer or Near-beer—Continued.
Disposition.
Electoral District.
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City of Nelson	
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7
1
2
1
1
11
1
52
8
1
2
2
16
1
1
7
2
4
1
2
1
1
10
1
28
5
1
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New Westminster :
$     1,400 00
350 00
350 00
300 00
300 00
3,100 00
400 00
8,400 00
1,600 00
50 00
$      100 00
$     1,500 00
Prince Rupert:
350 00
Revelstoke :
350 00
Rossland-Trail:
City of Trail	
300 00
300 00
Similkameen :
3,100 00
South Vancouver :
400 00
Vancouver :
500 00
8,900 00
Victoria :
1,600 00
50 00
Totals	
122
24
13
83
2
$ 25,500 00
$     600 00
$ 26,100 00
Section 54a..—Illegal Possession of Seals.
1
1
1
1
$
300 00
300 00
$
300 00
Vancouver:
300 00
Totals
2
2
$
600 00
$
600 00
Section 64 (2).—Failure to report Liquor.
4
1
4
1
$
200 00
50 00
$
200 00
Nanaimo :
.... 1 ....
50 00
5
5
$
250 00
$
250 00
Section 66 (2).—Liquor in Possession of Interdicted Person.
Burnaby:
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
r
...
$
Cranbrook:
$        200 00
200 00
Delta :
Municipalitv of Delta	
Nelson :
City of Nelson	
Nanaimo:
75 00
75 00
Similkameen :
100 00
100 00
Totals
6
1
2
3
$        375 00
$
375 00 O 60
British Columbia.
1926
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section 13.—Refusing Admission to search Premises.
Disposition.
Electoral District.
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Prince Rupert:
City of Prince Rupert	
1
1
$          50 00
$          50 00
Section 81.—Interdict refusing Information as to Source of Supply.
Delta :
1
2
1
2
Nanaimo :
Totals	
3
3
Section 63.—Incorrect Returns by Warehouse Licensee.
Prince Rupert:
City of Prince Rupert..
$    1,000 00
1,000 00 Report of Liquor Control Board.
O 61
APPENDIX c.
Regulations made by the Liquor Control Board during the period April 1st, 1925,
to March 31st, 1926.
Reg.
No.
Subject.
O.C. No.
B.C. Gazette Reference.
30
31
Transfer of Club Licence No. 131 to new premises	
366/25
484/25
850/25
1069/25
1125/25
Vol.  LXV., No.  14, page 1089.
Vol. LXV., No   19, page 1493.
32
Vol. LXV., No.  32, page 2392.
33
Vol. LXV., No   41, page 3070.
34
Vol. LXV., No. 44, page 3309.
Regulation No. 30.
Whereas the Great War Veterans' Association of
Canada (Vancouver Branch), Vancouver, being the
holder of Club Licence No. 131 under section 26
of the " Government Liquor Act," covering the
premises known as 901 Dunsmuir Street, Vancouver, British Columbia, have made application to
the Liquor Control Board for the transfer of such
licence to certain premises known as 522 Seymour
Street, Vancouver, British Columbia:
Be it Resolved, That the Liquor Control Board
consent to the transfer of the said club licence
No. 131 from the premises named therein—namely,
901 Dunsmuir Street, Vancouver, British Columbia
—to the premises known as 522 Seymour Street,
Vancouver,  British Columbia.
Regulation No. 31.
Whereas the Grand Army of United Veterans,
Vancouver, being the holder of Club Licence No.
107 under section 26 of the " Government Liquor
Act," covering the premises known as 166 Hastings
Street West, Vancouver, British Columbia, have
made application to the Liquor Control Board for
the transfer of such licence to certain premises
known as 542 Howe Street, Vancouver, British
Columbia :
Be it Resolved, That the Liquor Control Board
consent to the transfer of the said Club Licence
No. 107 from the premises named therein—namely,
166 Hastings Street West, Vancouver, British
Columbia—to the premises known as 542 Howe
Street, Vancouver, British Columbia.
Regulation No. 32.
Whereas the Cowichan Cosmopolitan Club, Duncan, being the holder of Club Licence No. 149
under section 26 of the " Government Liquor Act,"
covering the premises known as the Helen Building, Trunk Road, Duncan, British Columbia, have
made application to the Liquor Control Board for
the transfer of such Licence to certain premises
known as the Old School House, Lots 2 and 4,
Block 19, Map 2070, Duncan, British Columbia:
Be it Resolved, That the Liquor Control Board
consent to the transfer of the said Club Licence
No. 149 from the premises named therein—namely,
The Helen Building, Trunk Road, Duncan, British
Columbia—to the premises known as the Old School
House, Duncan, British Columbia.
Regulation No. 33.
Whereas the Cedar Cottage Veterans' Club of
Cedar Cottage, South Vancouver, being the holder
of Club Licence No.. 85, under section 26 of the
" Government Liquor Act," issued in respect of
certain premises known as 1629 Vanness Avenue,
South Vancouver, upon lands described as Lot 4,
Block 2, D.L. 752, have made application to the
Liquor Control Board for the transfer of said
licence to certain premises known as 1680 Kings-
way, South Vancouver, British Columbia:
Be it Resolved, That the Liquor Control Board
consent to the transfer of the said Club Licence
No. 85 from the premises named therein—namely,
1629 Vanness Avenue, South Vancouver, British
Columbia—to the premises known as 1680 Kings-
way,  South Vancouver,  British  Columbia.
Regulation No. 34.
Whereas the Benevolent and Protective Order of
Elks, Lodge No. 69, Duncan, being the holder of-
Club Licence No. 159, under section 26 of the
" Government Liquor Act," covering the premises
known as the Agricultural Hall Building, Duncan,
British Columbia, have made application to the
Liquor Control Board for the transfer of such
licence to certain premises situate on Trunk Road,
Duncan, and more particularly described as Lots 3
and 4, Block 2. Map 2070, Duncan City :
Resolved, That the Liquor Control Board consent
to the transfer of the said Club Licence No. 159
from the premises named therein—namely, Agricultural Hall Building, Duncan, British Columbia
—to the premises known as Lots 3 and 4, Block 2,
Map 2070, Duncan City, British Columbia. O 62
British Columbia.
1926
APPENDIX C—Continued.
Amendments to Regulations published in Previous Reports.
Reg.
No.
Subject.
O.C. No.
B.C. Gazette Reference.
28
21
28
28
28
28
28
28
22
22
Beer Regulation—Amendment	
Rescission and re-enactment of Regulation No. 21
Beer Regulation—Amendment	
Beer Regulation—Amendment	
Beer Regulation—Amendment	
Beer Regulation—Amendment	
Beer Regulation—Amendment	
Beer Regulation—Amendment	
Club Licences—Amendment	
Club Licences—Amendment	
518/25
787/25
1197/25
1246/25
1274/25
1296/25
1380/25
20/26
1381/25
122/26
Vol. LXV.,
Vol. LXV.,
Vol. LXV.,
Vol. LXV.,
Vol. LXV.,
Vol. LXV.,
Vol. LXV.,
Vol. LXVI.
Vol. LXV.,
Vol. LXVI,
No. 19,
No. 47,
No. 46,
No. 48,
No. 50,
No. 50,
No. 52,
, No. 3,
No. 52,
, No. 5,
page 1493.
page 3496.
page 3435.
page 36S0.
page 3787.
page 3786.
page 3899.
page 138.
page 3898.
page 305.
Re-enactment of Regulation No. 21.
His Honour the Lieutenant-Governor in Council
has been pleased to approve of the rescinding of
Regulation No. 21 of the Liquor Control Board,
approved by Order in Council No. 519 on the 28th
day of April, 1923, and all amendments thereto,
and the substitution therefor of the following
Regulation No. 21, made by the said Board:—
" Regulation No. 21.
" The hours during which Government Liquor
Stores shall, subject to section ten (10) of the
' Government Liquor Act,' be kept open for the
sale of liquor shall be as hereunder provided:—
" 1. At every Government Liquor Store of which
the staff consists of a Vendor and one or more
employees regularly employed thereat, the hours
during which such store shall- be kept open for the
sale of liquor shall be:—
" On every week-day, other than Saturday, from
10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
" On every Saturday, from 12 noon to 8 p.m.
" 2. At every Government Liquor Store of which
the staff employed, other than temporary assistance, consists of a Vendor only, the hours during
which such store shall be kept open for the sale of
liquor  shall  be :—
" On every week-day, other than Saturday and
the regular weekly half-holiday, from 10 a.m. to
12 noon and from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m.
" On every Saturday, from 12 noon to 8 p.m.
" On every weekly half-holiday, from 9 a.m. to
1 p.m.
" Provided that the regular weekly half-holiday
shall not be observed in any week during which a
Government Liquor Store is closed for any of the
purposes named in clauses (6), (c), or (d) of
section ten (10) of the ' Government Liquor Act.'
" 3. On every week-day preceding a statutory
holiday the hours during which Government Liquor
Stores shall be kept open for the sale of liquor
shall be the same as the hours shown in this regulation for the sale of liquor on every Saturday."
Regulation No. 22.
1. The application for a Club licence shall be in
the following form :—
"GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT."
(Provincial Arms.)
Application for Club Licence.
We  hereby  make application  for  a licence  for
the  [full name of Club], of , British Co
lumbia.
Dated at                , British Columbia, this
day of               , a.d. 192   .
(Signature of applicant)  	
And such application shall be accompanied by a
statutory declaration in the following form:—■
British Columbia.   1    " Government Liquor
j        Act."  (Sec. 25a.)
I, , of , British Columbia  [occu
pation], do solemnly declare:—
(1.) I am [official position of declarant] of the
[name of Club], operated as a [designation of purposes for lohich Club is carried on] Club on the
premises known as [street number], in [city or
town] of British Columbia.
(2.) Particulars of the said Club, covering ownership, incorporation, purposes, premises, membership, and conduct, are as follows:—
(a.)   Pull name of Club
(6.)  Date of incorporation, if incorporated
(c.)   If incorporated, 6tate  under what  Statute
(d.) If unincorporated, so state, and give full
Christian names, surnames, addresses, and occupations of proprietors . [// space insufficient,
set out all names on separate sheet and attach,
hereto.]
(e.) State purposes for which Club is carried
on
(/.) State premises on which Club is now carried
on [street number] [city or town] [lot number]
[block number],
(g.)  Are premises owned in fee-simple by Club?
(h.)  If not owned in fee-simple, give particulars
of tenancy:—
Owner of premises
Lease:   Dated
Name of landlord
Name of tenant
Rental dollars per month.
Duration of lease 16 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
O 63
APPENDIX C—Continued.
(i.) What other business is carried on in the
building in which the Club premises are contained?
(/.)   Particulars of membership:—
Honorary  members
Privileged  members
Ordinary members in good standing
(&.)  Particulars of Club premises:—
Number of rooms
Numbered of furnished bedrooms
Has the Club a dining-room in which meals
are regularly served to members?
If so, approximate number of meals served
daily
(..)    Is liquor or beer allowed on Club premises?
If allowed, on what part of Club premises
is liquor kept?
Is there a bar on Club premises?
If so, is liquor or beer kept in or near said
bar?
Are there any lockers in said premises in
which members are allowed to keep liquor
or beer? ■   .
If so, state number of lockers
Are  such lockers used by more than one
member?
Does   the   Club  derive   any   revenue  from
rental  of lockers?
Does the Club derive any revenue for serving liquor or beer?
If so, state revenue derived in the calendar
year immediately preceding the year in
respect    of   which   this   application   is
made:—
(o.)  Rental of lockers
(6.)   Serving liquor or beer
State  methods   by   which  this  revenue  is
derived
(m.) The officers of the Club are as  follows:
(n.) Attached hereto is a true copy of the last
balance-sheet  of the said  Club.
(o.) Attached hereto is a copy of the Constitution and By-laws of the said Club.
(3.) The foregoing particulars are, to the best
of my knowledge and belief, true in substance and
in fact.
And I make this solemn declaration conscientiously believing it to be true, and knowing that
it is of the same force and effect as if made under
oath and by virtue of the " Canada Evidence Act."
Declared before me at 1
,  British  Colum- I 	
bia, this day of f
, A.D. 192    .
A Notary Public for British Columbia.
A  Commissioner for taking Affidavits
within British Columbia.
A  Stipendiary  Magistrate for British
Columbia.
A   Justice   of   the  Peace   for  British
Columbia.
2. Every Club licence 6hall be in the following
form:—
$  (Provincial Arms.) No	
"GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT."
Club Licence.
This is to certify that [full name of Club], kept
or operated for ,  whose Club  premises are
situate at [number] [street] [city], British Columbia, on Lot , Block , Map ,
having made application in the prescribed form, is
hereby granted a Club licence under the provisions
of section 25a of the " Government Liquor Act,"
being chapter 30 of the Statutes of British Columbia, 1921, in respect of the said Club premises.
This licence expires at midnight of the 31st day
of December, A.D. 192	
Issued at Victoria, British Columbia, this	
day of  , A.D. 192	
LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD.
N.B.—This licence is not transferable, nor shall
the said [name of Club] allow any other person or
Club to use this licence.
3. (o.) The annual fee which shall accompany
every application for a Club licence shall be the
amount set out in paragraph  (...)  hereof.
Said licence fee shall not be divisible and shall
relate only to each calendar year.
In the event of a Club licence being suspended
or cancelled, or if a Club licence ceases to exist,
no part of the said licence fee shall be refunded.
(6.) No licence shall be issued to any Club
whose Club premises, in whole or in part, are contained in any building used for an hotel, inn,
restaurant, boarding-house, lodging-house, or apartment-house.
(o.) No liquor other than the bona fide property
of a member of the Club shall be kept on the
premises of the Club.
(d.) All liquor, the bona fide property of members of the Club, shall be kept in separate lockers
on the premises of the Club, which lockers shall be
secured by lock and key, and each of such lockere
shall be legibly marked on the outside thereof with
the member's name.
(e.) No member of a Club entitled to keep
liquor in his locker shall allow any other member
of said Club to keep any liquor therein.
(/.) Every Club shall keep and maintain within
the Club a complete register of the members thereof, which said register shall disclose a complete
list of the names, identity, and address of each
member of the Club, and such register shall be
open for inspection at all reasonable times to any
Inspector or Constable.
(</.) Every Club shall keep and maintain within
the Club a complete register of guests admitted to
or upon the Club premises, which said register
shall disclose a complete list of the names, identity,
and address of each guest admitted at any time
into or upon the said Club premises, and such
register shall be open for inspection at all reasonable times to any Inspector or Constable.
(/..) Every Club shall, on or before the 1st day
of February in each calendar year, furnish the
Board with a list of officers of the Club for such
calendar year, and if any change occurs during
the calendar year in such officers by reason of
death, resignation, or otherwise, the Club shall
forthwith notify the Board in writing of such
changes. O 64
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APPENDIX C—Continued.
(i.) Every Club shall, on or before the 1st day
of February in each calendar year, furnish the
Board with a complete list of its servants who
have any control over the liquor of the members
of the Club, or who are engaged in serving liquor
to members, and when and so often a6 any change
occurs in any calendar year in the names of such
servants, the Club shall forthwith notify the Board
in writing of such change.
(/.) Every Club shall, on or before the 1st day
of February in each calendar year, furnish the
Board with a copy of its balance-sheet for the
preceding year.
(fc.) Any Inspector or Constable shall, for the
purpose of preventing or detecting any violation of
any of the provisions of this Act, at all reasonable
times, have the right to enter into any and every
part of the Club premises, and to make such
searches in any part of the Club premises as he
may think necessary for the purposes aforesaid,
and for any 6uch purpose aforesaid may, with
such assistance as he deems necessary, break open
any door, lock, or fastening of such premises or
any part thereof, or of any locker, closet, cupboard,
box, or other receptacle which might contain liquor.
(..) No Club licensed under the provisions of
this Act shall have any right to demand or receive
a grant or renewal of its licence as a matter of
legal claim or vested right, and the keeping or
operation of Clubs, in so far as the same relates
to the " Government Liquor Act," is hereby expressly declared to be permitted or carried on,
subject always to the intended exercise of further
and other restrictions and regulations than those
contained and set forth in this Act, or to suppression or prohibition, and to such other or increased
fees as the case may be.
(m.) Scale of Fees.—Social, Athletic, Recreational, Amusement, Fraternal, Benevolent, Educational, or other Clubs having similar purposes,
annual fee $100.
4. In addition to all other conditions and restrictions imposed by the ' Government Liquor Act'
or the regulations made thereunder, every club
licence shall be subject to the following conditions
and restrictions:—
(a.) The entrance or membership fee and the
annual subscription or dues fixed by the constitution- and by-laws of the club shall be bona fide and
reasonable, having regard in every case to the aims
and objects of the club, its membership, and the
circumstances and conditions under which it exists
is conducted or carried on.
(o.) No person shall be entitled to be registered
as a guest of any member of a club for more than
fourteen (14) days in the aggregate in any calendar year.
(c.) No club shall charge or receive from any
of its -members or from the guest of any of its
members any fee whatsoever for service of liquor
to any of its members or to the guest of any of its
members, nor shall any club charge or receive from
any of its members or from the guest of any of its
members any fee whatsoever for keeping on the
club premises the liquor of any of its members or
of the guest of any of its members.
(d.) The rental or fee to be charged or fixed
for use of a locker in every club shall be not more
than the sum of fifty  (50)  cents per month.
(e.) No club shall permit any liquor to be
served to any of its members or to the guest of any
of its members, nor shall any liquor be consumed in
any club:—
(1.) At any time before 10 o'clock in the morning, or after 11 o'clock at night upon any
day of the week:
(2.)   On any Sunday.
(/.) The books and accounts of the club shall
be open at all reasonable times to the inspection
and audit of the auditor of the Board, who shall be
entitled to make copies thereof or extracts therefrom.
(g.) No liquor shall be served or consumed on
or over any bar in any club.
(h.) Every applicant for a club licence shall
satisfy the Board that its revenue from all sources
is sufficient to permit of its legitimate operation as
a club."
5. (a.) Every application for the consent of the
Liquor Control Board to the transfer of a club
licence from the premises in respect of which it was
issued to other premises on which the club is to be
carried on shall be in the following form:—
APPLICATION  FOR  CONSENT  TO  TRANSFER  OF
CLUB LICENCE TO OTHER PREMISES.
The undersigned hereby makes application to the
Liquor Control Board for consent to the transfer of
Club   Licence   No. .   issued   in   the   name   of
Club,   dated ,   from  the  premises
situate at to the premises situate at  [number,
street,  and,  city  or  town},  British   Columbia,  on  Lot
, Block , Map , on which
premises the said Club is hereafter to be carried on.
The   following   answers   to   questions   contain   true
particulars as to the last-mentioned premises :—
Are premises owned in fee-simple by Club?
If   not   owned   in   fee-simple,   give   particulars   of
tenancy :—
Owner of premises
Lease :   Dated
Name of landlord
Name of tenant
Rental, dollars per month.
Duration of lease
What other business is carried on in the building in
which the Club premises are contained?
Particulars of Club premises :—
Number of rooms
Number of furnished bedrooms
Has the Club a dining-room in which meals are
regularly served to members?
If   so,   approximate  number   of   meals   served
daily
Accompanying this application is the sum of $
tendered by the applicant for the consent of the Board
to   the  transfer  of  the   club  licence  as  applied   for, ■
together   with   an   excerpt   from   tbe   minutes   of   the
meeting of the directors of the said Club, authorizing
the removal of the Club to the premises in question.
Dated this day of , 192    .
Applicant.
STATUTORY DECLARATION VERIFYING APPLICATION FOR CONSENT TO TRANSFER OF
CLUB LICENCE TO OTHER PREMISES.
Canada:
Province op British Columbia.
To Wit :
I   [or Wei, ,  of , British Columbia,
[occupation], do solemnly declare that I am [or We
are] [official position of deponent where applicant is a
corporation], the applicant named in the application
for consent to transfer of club licence hereto annexed,
which application is signed by me [or us], and that
the statements and allegations in the said application
made and set out are true and correct in substance
and in fact; and I [or we] make this solemn declaration conscientiously believing it to be true, and knowing that it is of the same force and effect as if made 16 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
O 65
APPENDIX C—Continued.
under  oath  and  by  virtue  of the
Act."
Declared before me at , 1
British Columbia,  this f ..
day of , a.d. 192 .J
Canada Evidence
Notary Public for the Province of British
Columbia.
Commissioner for talcing Affidavits within
British Columbia.
Stipendiary Magistrate for
Justice of the Peace in and for the Province of British Columbia.
(b.) Upon.receipt of the application for transfer
of a club licence to other premises, accompanied by
the payment of the prescribed fee, the Board may,
in its discretion, grant or refuse its consent to the
application; and every consent to the transfer of a
club licence granted by the Board shall be in the
following form :—
(Provincial Arms.)
No..
" GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT."
Consent to Transfer of a Clob Licence to
other Premises.
,  of ,  having made application  in
the   prescribed   form   on   behalf   of Club   for
consent   to   transfer   of   Club   Licence   No.
issued  in  the name of the  said Club  on  the
day   of ,   192    ,   to  premises   situate
at [number, street, and city or town], and having paid
the sum of $10, being the fee prescribed therefor, the
consent of the Liquor Control Board to the transfer of
Club   Licence   No. to   premises   situate   at
[nnmber, street, and citv or town] upon lands described as Lot ,  Block No. ,  Map  No.
, is hereby granted.
Dated  at Victoria,  British  Columbia,  this
day of , 192    .
LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD.
Chairman.
(c.)  The fee for each transfer of a club licence
to  other premises shall be $10.
Regulation No. 28.
1. Every  advertisement of notice  of application
for a beer licence shall be in the following form: —
" GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT."
Notice op Application for Beer Licence.
Notice is hereby given that, on the day
of next, the undersigned intends to apply to
the Liquor Control Board for a licence in respect of
premises being part of tbe building known as ,
situate at [No.] [street] [locality], upon the lands
described as Lot No. , Block No. , Map
No. , Land Registration District, in
the Province of British Columbia, for the sale of beer
by the glass or by the open bottle for consumption on
the premises.
Dated this day of , 19      .
Applicant.
And every application for a beer licence shall be
in the following form :—•
" GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT."
Application for a Beer Licence.
To the Liquor Control Board, Victoria, British Columbia:
The undersigned hereby makes application for a
licence to purchase beer from a Vendor, and to sell by
tbe glass or by the open bottle the beer so purchased
to persons for consumption upon tbe premises hereinafter described, in accordance with the terms of the
licence and the provisions of the " Government Liquor
Act" and the regulations made thereunder, and hereby
submits the following in support of his application :—
(a.)   The premises in respect of which the application for licence is made are in a building known as
, situate at [No.] [street]  [locality], upon the
lands described as Lot No. , Block No. ,
Map No. , Land Registration District, in
the Electoral District, in the Province of
British Columbia, and are to be kept and operated by
the applicant.
(b.) Accompanying this application is a plan showing the floor-plans and dimensions of the premises in
respect of which the application for licence is made,
including the beer sales-room and all cellars, storerooms, lavatories, and toilets appurtenant thereto ; and
showing the location of all doors and windows and
all means of access to the premises ; and also showing
the position of the premises in relation to the building in which the premises are situate and in relation
to public streets.
(c.)   The following answers to questions contain true
particulars in respect of the premises and the building
in which they are situate :—
Full name of applicant
Electoral district in which applicant is registered as
a voter
If entitled to be registered, but not registered, state
facts   showing   applicant   to   be   entitled   to   be
registered as a voter
If applicant is a copartnership, state :—
Full names of members
Electoral district in which respective members
are registered as voters
If entitled to be registered, but not registered, facts
showing member to be entitled to be registered
as a voter
If applicant is a corporation, state :—
Number of directors
Names  of directors who are  registered or entitled to be registered as voters
Electoral districts in which respective directors
are registered as voters
If entitled to be registered, but not registered,
facts showing director to be entitled to be
registered  as  a voter
Full name of agent or manager selected to carry on
business of selling beer
Electoral district in which agent or manager is registered as a voter
If entitled to be registered, but not registered, facts
showing agent or manager to be entitled to be
registered as a voter
Name of owner in fee-simple of building
Name   of  holder   of   mortgage   or   encumbrance   on
building (if any)
Name of holder of lien,  mortgage,  or encumbrance
on furniture and fixtures contained in the building  (if any)
Amounts  of liens,   mortgages,   or  encumbrances   (if
any)
Name of landlord (if building held under lease)
Name of tenant
Particulars of lease :   Date ; duration ;
ren tal
What   other  business   is   carried   on   in   building   in
which premises are situated?
In what part of premises are beer stocks to be kept
or stored?
In what part of premises is beer to be sold?
Is the applicant the holder of a club licence granted
under the provisions of the " Government Liquor
Act"   in   respect  of  those  or  any   other premises? .    If so, give particulars of the
premises
(d.)  Accompanying   this    application   is   the   sum
of $                  tendered by the applicant as the fee for
the licence applied for.
(e.) I have given notice of my intention to apply
herein for a beer licence by advertisement published in
the newspaper published at , in the
Province of British Columbia;, and I have searched
the files of the said newspaper, and find that the
said advertisement, a true copy of which is hereto
attached, was published in consecutive issues
thereof,  beginning with the issue of the day
of , 19      , and ending with the issue of
the day  of ,   19      .
Dated this day of , 19      .
Applicant.
And such application shall be accompanied by a
statutory declaration of the applicant in the following form :— O 66
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APPENDIX C—Continued.
STATUTORY   DECLARATION   VERIFYING   APPLICATION  FOR BEER  LICENCE.
Canada:
Province of British Columbia.
TO Wit:
I, ,  of ,  British  Columbia,
[occupation], do solemnly declare that I am [official
position of deponent where applicant is a corporation]
the applicant named in the application for beer licence
hereto annexed, which application is signed by me;
and that the statements and allegations in the said
application made and set out are true and correct in
substance and in fact; and I make this solemn declaration conscientiously believing it to be true, and knowing that it is of the same force and effect as if made
under oath and by virtue of the " Canada Evidence
Act."
Declared before me at
British Columbia, this
day of , A.D. 19
,1
Notary Public for the Province of British
Columbia.
Commissioner for talcing Affidavits within
British Columbia.
Stipendiary Magistrate for
Justice of the Peace in and for the Province of British Columbia.
And every beer licence granted by the Board shall
be in the following form:—
" GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT."
(Provincial Arms.)
No..
Beer Licence.
This Is to certify that , of , British
Columbia, [occupation], having made application to
the Liquor Control Board for a beer licence pursuant
to the provisions of the " Government Liquor Act," and
having paid the sum of dollars, being the fee
prescribed therefor, is hereby licensed to purchase beer
from a Vendor, and to sell by the glass or by the open
bottle the beer so purchased to persons for consumption on the premises hereinafter described, in accordance with the terms of this licence and the provisions of the " Government Liquor Act" and the
regulations made thereunder.
The premises in respect of which this licence is
granted, and which are to be kept and operated by
the licensee, consist of [full description of premises],
and are shown on the plan accompanying the said
application.
This licence expires at midnight of the 31st day of
December,  a.d.  19
This licence is not transferable, except with the
written consent of the Liquor Control .Board and subject to the provisions contained in the regulations.
The licensee shall not be entitled to any refund of
licence fee or to any compensation in the event of
this licence being suspended or cancelled by the Liquor
Control Board.
No person shall be employed in any service in connection with the sale, handling, or serving of beer in,
on, or about the premises in respect of which this
licence is granted, unless he is registered or entitled
to be registered as a voter in some electoral district
of the Province.
Issued at Victoria, British Columbia, this day
of , a.d. 19
LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD.
2. The conditions, accommodations, and qualifications requisite for obtaining a beer licence, and the
regulations regulating the sale of beer thereunder,
shall, be as follows :—
(a.) In this regulation "licensed premises" shall
mean the premises in respect of which a beer licence
has been granted.
(6.) No beer licence shall be granted or transferred, save to:—
(1.)  A person who is registered or entitled to be
registered as a voter in some electoral district of the Province:
(2.)  A    copartnership,    each   of   the   members
whereof is registered or entitled to be regis
tered as a voter in some electoral district
of the Province:
(3.)  A corporation, a majority of the directors
whereof are persons who are registered or
entitled to be registered as voters in some
electoral district  of the Province,  or who
if resident within  the  Province  would be
so   entitled,   and   the   agent   or   manager
selected by the corporation to carry on the
business   of   selling   beer   in   the   licensed
premises is registered or entitled to be registered as a voter in some electoral district
of the Province,
(c.)  No beer licence shall be granted to any person  unless  the premises  in  respect  of which  the
licence is proposed to be granted, and the building
of which such premises form a part, are so constructed and equipped as not to facilitate any violation  of  the  " Government  Liquor Act"   or  the
regulations made thereunder.
(d.) No beer licence shall be granted to any person in respect of premises where the proposed beer
sales-room is located in any part of a building other
than on its main or ground floor, unless under special circumstances approved by the Board after
inspection of the premises.
(e.) Any cellar or room forming part of licensed
premises, and used for the keeping or storing of
beer stocks in connection with the sale of beer by
the licensee, shall be immediately below the beer
sales-room, or immediately adjacent thereto; and
such cellar or room shall be directly connected with
the beer sales-room, but shall have no means of
internal communication with any other room ; and
no person shall consume, nor shall the licensee
permit any person to consume, any beer in such
cellar or room.
(/.) Any lavatory or toilet forming part of
licensed premises shall be directly connected with
the beer sales-room, but, shall have no means of
internal communication with any other room, and
no person shall consume, nor shall the licensee
permit any person to consume, any beer in such
lavatory or toilet.
(g.)   [Repealed.]
(h.) No structural alteration in or enlargement
of any licensed premises shall be made without the
written permission of the Board; but when altered
or enlarged with such permission, the premises as
altered or enlarged shall be deemed to be the licensed
premises.
(i.) Every licensee shall install and maintain
in his licensed premises such suitable fixtures and
furniture for the convenience of the public as may
be directed by the Board from time to time.
(;'.) No licensee shall have or keep his licensed
premises open for the sale of beer, or permit or
suffer any beer to be drunk or consumed, in or
upon his licensed premises:—
(1.)  At any time before 10 o'clock in the morning or after 11 o'clock at night upon any
day of the week:
(2.)   On any Sunday, Good Friday, or Christmas
Day:
(3.) During the time the poll is open on any
day on which polling takes place at any
Dominion or Provincial election held in the
electoral district in which the licensed
premises are situate: 16 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
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APPENDIX G—Continued.
(4.)  During the time the poll is open on any day
on  which polling takes  place at any municipal election held in the municipality in
which the licensed premises are situate:
(5.)  During such other periods or on such other
days as the Board may direct.
(6.)   In that portion of the Province of British
Columbia lying to the east of a line drawn
between   the   City   of   Revelstoke   on   the
main line of the Canadian Pacific Railway
and  Kootenay  Landing  in  the  District  of
West   Kootenay,   the  opening  and  closing
hours herein defined shall be governed by
what   is   commonly   known   as   Mountain
Time, reckoned as seven hours behind Greenwich time,
(fc.)   Subject to clause (_/) hereinafter contained,
no person other than the licensee or the wife or
employee  of the licensee  shall remain  or be permitted to be in any licensed premises during any
of the hours, days, or times mentioned or referred
to in clause (j) last preceding.
(..) No window-blind, curtain, shutter, or similar obstruction shall be placed or maintained,
during the open hours, on any window or opening
of the sales-room of any licensed premises at a
height greater than five feet above the sidewalk
level, or which will not permit and allow a clear
and uninterrupted view of the interior of the salesroom from the outside thereof. On the days and
during the hours on and in which the licensed
premises are required to be and remain closed to
the public, all window-blinds, curtains, shutters, or
other similar obstructions shall be kept open, and an
uninterrupted1 view of the interior of the sales-room
made and kept possible.
(m.) No female other than a licensee shall be
employed in any service or act or be permitted to
act in any way in connection with the sale, lian-
dling, or serving of beer in, on, or about any
licensed premises.
(«.) No person under the age of twenty-one
years shall be employed in any service or act or
be permitted to act in any way in connection with
the sale, handling, or serving of beer in, on, or
about any licensed premises.
(o.) If any person being a minor is, for any
purpose, in any licensed premises, the licensee shall
forthwith remove or cause to be removed such
minor from the licensed premises.
(p.) No soft drinks, lunches, meals, or foodstuffs of any description shall be sold by any person
or given or served by the licensee or his employee
to any person in any part of the licensed premises.
{q.) No advertisement, sign, circular, letter,
poster, or handbill naming or referring to any
liquor or to the quality or quantities thereof, or
giving the name or address of any person manufacturing or dealing in liquors, or stating where liquor
may be obtained shall be displayed in or on any
licensed premises; but the licensee shall post and
keep posted his beer licence and any transfer of
such beer licence in a prominent position in the
► beer sales-room of the licensed premises.
(r.) No licensee shall permit any person to play
any game or sport or to dance in or upon his
licensed premises. No licensee shall keep or maintain any musical instrument in the sales-room of
the licensed premises, nor shall any licensee permit
any person to play any musical instrument therein.
No licensee shall, under any pretext or device whatsoever, furnish or cause to be furnished any music
in the sales-room of the licensed premises.
(s.) No licensee shall permit persons of a notoriously bad character, or disorderly persons, to be in
or upon his licensed premises.
(t.) Every licensee shall purchase such beer as
from time to time he may require from such
Vendor as the Board may designate, and shall keep
and maintain a complete register in the prescribed
form of all kegs and barrels containing beer so
purchased and received by him and of all empty
kegs and barrels returned, and such register shall
be open for inspection at all reasonable times to
any official designated by the Board; and no beer
shall be delivered to any licensee, except in kegs
or barrels containing draft beer or in barrels containing bottled beer.
(u.) No person shall in any way adulterate any
beer purchased from a Vendor and had or kept for
sale under a beer licence, and no beer which contains more than four and one-half per centum of
alcohol by weight or less than three and one-half
per centum of alcohol by weight shall be sold or
consumed in any licensed premises.
(v.) Every licensee shall from time to time make
such returns as are required by the Board.
(w.) Every licensee shall furnish the Board
with a complete list of the names of all employees
who have any control over the beer in his possession
or who are engaged in serving beer to purchasers,
and when and so often as any change occurs in
the names of such employees the licensee shall
forthwith notify the Board.
(x.) In the event of any licensee dying or becoming bankrupt, his executor, administrator, or trustee in bankruptcy shall, in the discretion of the
Board, be entitled to carry on business under the
licence and on the licensed premises during the
currency of the licence.
(y.) Every licensee shall at all times, upon ♦"he
request of any Inspector or Constable, or of any
person designated by the Board, admit the Inspector, Constable, or person to all parts of the
licensed premises for the purpose of inspecting the
same, and of making search therein for the detection of any violation of the provisions of the
" Government Liquor Act " or the regulations made
thereunder.
(z.) If, after the making of the application for
a licence, or during the term of a licence, the
building in which the licensed premises are situate,
or any furniture or fixtures contained in the building, become subject to any lien, mortgage, or encumbrance, the licensee shall forthwith file with
the Board a notice stating the date of the creation
or making of the lien, mortgage, or encumbrance,
and the name of the holder and the amount thereof.
(««.) No person who is in or upon any licensed
premises shall offer or give to any person employed
or acting in any service in connection with the
sale or serving of beer therein any tip or gratuity,
nor shall any person so employed or acting take or
receive any tip or gratuity so offered or given.
3. Licence Fees.—The fee for each beer licence
shall be not less than $150 and not more than
$1,000; and within these limits the Board shall
from time to time fix the fee in respect of each
locality in which licensed premises are proposed
to be situate, having regard to all the circumstances. O 63
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APPENDIX O—Gontinued.
For the year 1925 the minimum fee shall be
$112.50, instead of the minimum of $150 hereinbefore mentioned.
4. (a.) Every application for the consent of the
Liquor Control Board to the transfer of a beer
licence shall  be in  the following form:—
■ GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT."
Application for Consent to Transfer of Beer
Licence.
The  undersigned  hereby   makes  application  to  the
Liquor Control  Board  for consent to the transfer  to
the undersigned of  [state interest]  Beer Licence No.
, issued in the name of , dated ,
and hereby submits the following in support of his
application :—
The   following   answers   to   questions   contain   true
particulars in  respect  of the applicant:—
Full name of applicant
Electoral district in which applicant is registered as
a voter
If entitled to be registered, but not registered, state
facts   showing   applicant   to   be   entitled   to   be
registered as a voter
If applicant is a copartnership, state:—
Full names of members
Electoral district in which respective members
are registered as voters
If entitled to be registered, but not registered,
facts showing member to be entitled to be
registered as a voter
If applicant is a corporation, state :—
Number of directors
Names  of  directors  who  are  registered  or entitled to be registered as voters
If entitled to be registered, but not registered,
facts showing director to be entitled to be registered as a voter
Full  name  of agent  or manager  selected  to  carry
on business of selling beer
Electoral   district   in   which   agent   or   manager   is
registered as a voter
If entitled to be registered, but not registered, facts
showing agent or manager to be entitled to be
registered as a voter
Name of owner in fee-simple of building
Name   of   holder   of   mortgage   or   encumbrance   on
building   (if any)
Name of holder of lien,  mortgage,  or encumbrance
on furniture and fixtures contained in the building (if any)
Amounts  of liens,   mortgages,   or  encumbrances   (if
any)
Name of tenant
Particulars of lease :   Date ; duration ;
rental
Accompanying this application is the sum of $
, tendered by the applicant as the fee for the
transfer of licence applied for, together with a transfer of the said licence duly executed by the licensee,
assigning to the applicant all rights under the said
licence, subject to the consent of the Liquor Control
Board.
I have given notice of my intention to apply herein
for the consent of the Liquor Control Board to the
transfer of [state interest] the said licence by advertisement published in the newspaper published
at , in the Province of British Columbia; and
I have searched the files of the said newspaper, and
find that the said advertisement, a true copy of which
is hereto attached, was published in consecutive issues thereof, beginning with the issue of the
day of , 19 , and ending with
the issue of the day of , 19 .
Dated this                    day of                 , 19
Applicant and transferee.
STATUTORY DECLARATION VERIFYING APPLICATION FOR CONSENT TO TRANSFER OF
BEER   LICENCE.
Canada:
Province of British  Columbia.
To Wit:
I  [or We], , of , British Columbia,
[occupation], do solemnly  declare that I am   [or we
are]   [official position of deponent where applicant is
a corporation], the applicant named in the application
for consent to transfer of beer licence hereto annexed,
which application is signed by me [or us], and that
the statement and allegations In the said application
made and set out are true and correct in substance
and in fact; and I [or we] make this solemn declaration conscientiously believing it to be true, and knowing that it is of the same force and effect as if made
under oath and by virtue of the " Canada Evidence
Act."
Declared  before  me  at , "I
British  Columbia,  this f	
day  of ,  a.d.   19      .     J
Notary  Public  for  the  Province  of  British
Columbia.
Commissioner  for   taking  Affidavits   within
British  Columbia.
Stipendiary Magistrate for
Justice of the Peace in and for the Province
of British Columbia.
(b.) Upon receipt of the application for the
transfer of a beer licence, or to the transfer of an
interest in a beer licence, accompanied by the payment of the prescribed fee, the Board may, in its
discretion, grant or refuse its consent to the application ; and every consent to the transfer of a beer
licence, or to the transfer of an interest in a beer
licence, granted by the Board shall be in the following form:—
". GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT."
Consent to Transfer of Beer Licence.
$  No	
[Name in full], of , British Columbia,
[occupation], having made application in the prescribed form to the Liquor Control Board for consent
to the transfer of  [state interest]   Beer Licence No.
, issued in the name of , dated the
day of , 192      , in accordance with the trans
fer filed with the said application, and having paid the
sum of $25, being the fee prescribed therefor, the consent of the  Liquor  Control  Board to  the above-mentioned transfer of Beer Licence No. to
is hereby granted.
Dated  at  Victoria,  British  Columbia,  this
day  of ,   19       .
LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD.
.  Chairman.
(c.) The fee for each transfer of a beer licence
shall be $25.
5. Every transferee of a beer licence shall, before
filing his application for the Board's consent to such
transfer, give notice of his intention to apply to the
Board for such consent, by advertisement in the prescribed form, published for at least four (4) weeks
preceding the date of filing his application, in a
newspaper published or circulating in the locality
in which the licensed premises are situate.
And every such advertisement shall be in the following form:—
" GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT."
Notice of Application for Consent to Transfer of
Beer Licence.
Notice is hereby given that, on the day of
next, the undersigned intends to apply to the
Liquor Control Board for consent to transfer of Beer
Licence Number and issued in respect of
premises being part of a building known as ,«
situate at   [No.]   [street],  [locality], upon the lands
described as Lot No. ,  Block  No. ,
Map No. , Land Registration District,
In the Province of British Columbia, from  [licensee]
to , of British Columbia, the trans
feree.
Dated at this day of , 19     .
'Applicant and transferee)	 .&&&&&&$&&& 	
16 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
O 69
APPENDIX C— Continued.
Price-lists (Orders in Council) passed during the Period April 1st, 1925,
to March 31st, 1926.
Price-list.
O.C. No.
Approved.
Remarks.
No.  1	
545
963
15-5-1925
2-9-1925
Amendment.
1070
2-10-1925
Amendment.
1131
28-10-1925
Amendment.
1163
3-11-1925
Amendment.
1228
19-11-1925
Amendment.
1344
17-12-1925
Amendment.
1395
31-12-1925
Amendment.
113
3-2-1926
Amendment.
167
13-2-1926
Amendment.
256
6-3-1926
Amendment.
257
6-3-1926
Amendment.
300
16-3-1926
Amendment.
No. 3	
536
851
15-5-1925
4-8-1925
Amendment.
Amendment.
880
15-8-1925
Amendment.
■
930
25-8-1925
Amendment.
No. 7	
1091
13-10-1925 O 70
British Columbia.
1926
APPENDIX C— Continued.
Amendments and Additions to Price-list No. 1.
Page J 70, Fourth Annual Report—■
Scotch Whisky.
Bulk, L.C.B.
Item No.
16. L.C.B. Caledonia  (gal.)     $18 50
17. L.C.B. Caledonia  (imp. qt.)    4 75
18. L.C.B. Caledonia  (16-oz.)    2 10
Case Goods.
63. Mitchell's Heather Dew  (imp. qt.)  6 00
84. Caledonia (rep. qt.)    3 50
85. Dewar's Extra Special (rep. qt.)   4 75
86. Dewar's Special (rep. qt.)    4 25
95.  Heather Dew  (rep. qt.)    4 00
109. Royal Household (rep. qt.)  ,  4 50
126. Walker's Red Label (rep. qt.)    4 25
64. Caledonia  (imp. qt.)    5 00
99. Kings Liqueur  (rep. qt.)    4 25
148. J.R.D. Private Stock  (rep. qt.)    4 50
147. Brown's V.O.  (rep. qt.)    4 00
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Addition.
Addition.
Addition.
Addition.
Page J 71, Fourth Annual Report—
Irish Whisky.
Case Goods.
151. Mitchell's (imp. qt.)    5 75 Amendment.
165. Mitchell's (rep. qt.)    3"75 Amendment.
166. Roe's (rep. qt.)   4 00 Amendment.
Canadian Rye.
Bulk, L.C.B.
175. L.C.B. Fine Old B.C.  (gal.)    16 50
176. L.C.B. Fine Old B.C. (imp. qt.)   4 25
177. L.C.B. Fine Old B.C. (rep. qt.)    2 85
Case Goods.
200. B.C. Special (imp. qt.)  _  4 50
201. B.C. D.D.  (imp. qt.)   .'.._ 5 00
220. B.C. Special (rep. qt.)   _  3 00
221. B.C. D.D. (rep. qt.)    3 25
222. B.C. Three Star (rep. qt.)   2 75
208. Seagram's Canadian (imp. pt.)  4 75
231. Seagram's Canadian (rep. qt.)    3 25
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Addition.
Addition.
American Bourbon.
Case Goods.
275. Old Crow  (rep. qt.)    4 25
282. Old Kentucky (rep. qt.)   4 25
284. Old Charter (32-oz.)   5 75
Gin.
372. De Kuyper's Violet   1 35
403. Burnett's Dry (rep. qt.)   3 50
404. Mastica (Metaxa's)  Greek  (rep. qt.)    4 25
410. Gilbey's Dry (pt.)    1 90
411. Booth's High & Dry (pt.)   1 90
Amendment.
Amendment.
Addition.
Addition.
Addition.
Addition.
Addition.
Addition. 16 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
O 71
APPENDIX Cy—Continued.
Amendments and Additions to Price-list No. 1—Continued.
Page J 71, Fourth Annual Report—Continued.
Brandy.
Item No.
460. Metaxa's Greek Koniak (rep. qt.)         4 25        Addition.
474. Martell Three Star  (13-oz.)         2 25        Addition.
Rum.
547. Bacardi Extra " 1873 "  (rep. qt.)         5 50        Addition.
Page J 73, Fourth Annual Report—
Port.
Bulk, L.C.B.
580. L.C.B. Gonzales' Old Tawney (gal.)   7 00 Amendment.
581. L.C.B. Gonzales' Old Tawney (qt.)  .'.  1 35 Amendment.
582. L.C.B. Med. Full Gonzales (gal.)   5 75 Amendment.
583. L.C.B.- Med. Full Gonzales (qt.)   1 10 Amendment.
Case Goods—Quart.
611. Commendator          3 75        Amendment.
626. Gonzales' '54        3 50        Addition.
Page J 74, Fourth Annual Report—
Sherry.
Bulk, L.C.B.
640. L.C.B. Gonzales' Light Golden (gal.)        7 00        Amendment.
641. L.C.B. Gonzales' Light Golden (qt.)        1 35        Amendment.
Case Goods—Quart.
670. Amontillado    2 75 Amendment.
672. Emperador   3 50 Amendment.
673. Gilbey's Invalid  1 75 - Amendment.
677. Solera (Sandeman's)   1 50 Amendment.
680. Gonzales' Royal Amontillado        1 75        Addition.
681. Gonzales' Nutty Solera       1 75        Addition.
682. Gonzales' Coronation 1911        2 75        Addition.
Canadian Wines.
601. L.C.B. St. Augustine (qt.)   : ,  1 00 Amendment.
614. Concord Port  (qt.)    65 Amendment.
644. L.C.B. Native Sherry (gal.)    3 00 Amendment.
645. L.C.B. Native Sherry (qt.)    65 Amendment.
Burgundy (Sparkling).
766. Bouchard Sparkling, White (qt.)   2 75 Amendment.
767. Bouchard Sparkling Rose  (qt.)    2 75 Amendment.
768. Bouchard Sparkling, Red (qt.)   2 75 Amendment.
769. Bouchard Sparkling Red  (pt.)    1 50 Amendment.
770. Bouchard Sparkling White (pt.)   150 Amendment.
Burgundy, Red (Still)—Quart.
760. Beaune          1 25        Amendment.
762. Pommard         1 35        Amendment.
Champagne.
736. Louis Roederer Extra Dry (qt.)         3 50        Addition.
746. Louis Roederer Extra Dry (pt.)       1 90        Addition. O 72
British Columbia.
1926
APPENDIX C— Continued.
Amendments and Additions to Price-list No. 1—Continued.
Page J 75, Fourth Annual Report—
Claret.
Item No.
695. Camponac  (qt.)    1 00
696. Margeaux (qt.)   85
697. Medoc (qt.)    85
699. St. Julien (qt.)   85
701. Bordeaux Rouge  (qt.)     85
720. Camponac  (pt.)     55
724. St. Julien (pt.)   45
White Wines (Sauternes).
791. L.C.B. Graves' Superieurs (qt.)   75
802. Graves' Superieurs  (qt.)    85
803. Olivier  (qt.)     1 00
804. Sauterne   (qt.)  1 00
805. Haut Sauterne (qt.)   .*.  1 15
807. Bordeaux Blanc (qt.)   85
820. Sauterne  (pt.)     60
821. Haut Sauterne  (pt.)    65
823. Graves' Superieurs  (pt.)    45
Bitters.
895. Angostura Bitters  (8-oz.)  1 75
Cocktails—Reputed Quart.
872. Silk Hat Bourbon   3 00
873. Gordon Martini  4 00
874. Gordon Perfect   4 00
875. Gordon Piccadilly   4 00
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Addition.
Addition.
Addition.
Addition.
Page J 76, Fourth Annual Report—
Liqueurs—Bottle.
831. Benedictine  5 25
832. Curacao Rouge,  Nuyens   4 50
833. Creme de Menthe, Nuyens   3 75
834. Cherry Whisky, Fremy   4 00
835. Creme de Cacao, Nuyens  3 75
836. Creme de Cassis, Nuyens   3 25
848. Kummel, Nuyens   3 75
849. Maraschino,  Nuyens   .'.  3 50
896. Benedictine  (% bot.)    2 75
897. Chartreuse, Green   3 75
898. Chartreuse, Yellow   3 25
911. Half and Half, Fockink   3 50
917. Punch au Rhum, Fockink   3 50
918. Punch au Whisky, Fockink   3 50
Vermouth.
856. Bailor Italian   1 25
Chinese Whiskies and Wines.
941. Ng Ka Py (pt.)   1 50
944. Cup Kwai  (pt.)    1 00
945. Sam Shia  (pt.)     1 00
Japanese Sake.
960. Hakutsuru (qt.)   75
Page J 77, Fourth Annual Report—
Ale and Stout.
986. McEwan's India Pale Ale (doz. pts.)   3 25
992. McEwan's India Pale Ale (doz. splits)   2 10
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Addition.
Addition.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Addition. 16 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
O 73
APPENDIX C— Continued.
Amendments and Additions to Price-list No. 3.
Schedule Selling-price for Ale (Pints).
Page N 68, Third Annual Report—
Nelson Brewing Company.
No.            Place.                                                            Per Doz. Per Bot.
14. Greenwood   $2 65  . $0 25        Addition.
15. Grand Forks      2 65 25        Addition.
18. Kaslo        2 50 25        Addition.
32. Nelson        2 40 20        Addition.
44. Rossland        2 50 25        Addition.
51. Trail      2 50 25        Addition.
64. Yahk      2 50 25        Addition.
Page N 69, Third Annual Report—
Doz. Pts.      Per Bot.       Doz. Qts. Per Bot.
38. Pouce Coupe   $2 70          $0 25          $4 50 $0 40      Amendment.
Coast Beer.
11. Coquitlam    $2 05          $0 20          $3 50 $0 30      Amendment.
19. Keremeos      2 20                20            3 65 35      Amendment.
25. Ladner      2 05                20            3 50 30      Amendment.
50. Sidney        2 05                20            3 50 30     Amendment.
Page N 70, Third Annual Report—
Cranbrook Brewery.
64. Yahk   $2 10          $0 20          $3 50 $0 30      Amendment.
Nelson Brewery.
14. Greenwood     $2 15          $0 20          $3 60 $0 30      Amendment.
15. Grand Forks      2 15                20            3 60 30      Amendment.
Page N 67, Third Annual Report—
Schedule Selling-price for Ale (Pints).
Vancouver Breweries, Ltd.;  Westminster Brewery, Ltd.; Rainier Brewing Company, Ltd.
No.             Place.                                                                 Doz. Pts. Per Bot.
12. Duncan   $2 40 $0 20        Amendment.
19. Keremeos       2 60 25        Amendment.
24. Ladysmith       2 40 20        Amendment.
Silver Spring Brewery, Ltd.;  Victoria Phoenix Brewery, Ltd.
12. Duncan   $2 40 $0 20        Amendment.
19. Keremeos       2 60 25        Amendment.
24. Ladysmith       2 40 20        Amendment.
Page N 68, Third Annual Report—
Nelson Brewing Company.
14. Greenwood   $2 55 $0 25        Amendment.
15. Grand Forks      2 55 25        Amendment.
Revelstoke Brewing Company.
16. Golden     $2 60 $0 25        Amendment.
17. Invermere        2 60 25        Amendment.
45. Revelstoke       2 40 20        Amendment.
48. Salmon Arm      2 50 25        Amendment. O 74
British Columbia.
1926
APPENDIX C—Continued.
Amendments and Additions to Price-list No. 3—Continued.
Page N 70, Third Annual Report—
Doz. Pts. Per Bot. Doz. Qts. Per Bot.
20. Kelowna     $2 20 $0 20 $3 75 $0 35 Addition.
39. Penticton      2 10 20 3 75 35 Addition.
62. Vernon      2 20 20 3 75 35 Addition.
69. Oliver      2 20 20 3 75 35 Addition.
Nelson Brewing Company.
64. Yahk   $2 00 $0 20 $3 50 $0 30     Amendment.
9. Cranbrook      2 00 20 3 50 30      Addition.
Trail Brewery.
44. Rossland    $2 00 $0 20 $3 50 $0 30     Addition.
Page J 79, Fourth Annual Report—■
Addition to Price-list No. 7.
Draught Beer.
Amalgamated Brewers' Agency, Ltd.
Place. Barrel. Half-barrel.
Prince Rupert  $23 70 $11 85        Addition.
Prince George     26 10 13 05        Addition. APPENDIX G—Continued.
CHART ILLUSTRATING SALE OF LIQUOR AND ADMINISTRATION OF "GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT," BY ELECTORAL
J1 LIQUOR  (INCLUDING S
>A,51VA
Maple Ridge...
Villige of Mis:
I 16 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
O 77
APPENDIX C—Continued.
Premises purchased, leased, and rented by Liquor Control Board as at March 31st, 1926.
Premises.
City or Town.
Lease.
Date of
Commencement.
Duration.
Monthly
Rental.
Remarks.
Administrative Offices.
Victoria:
409-417   and   423   Belmont
Building	
Warehouses.
Victoria	
Vancouver:
847 Beatty Street	
869 Beatty St.  (basement)..
Government Liquor Stores.
Abbotsford....;	
Ashcroft	
Anyox	
Alice Arm	
Atlin	
Campbell River	
Coalmont	
Chilliwack	
Cumberland	
Cranbrook ,	
Courtenay	
Cloverdale	
Duncan	
Esquimalt	
Fernie	
Greenwood	
Golden	
Grand Forks	
Hope	
Invermere	
Kaslo	
Keremeos ...
Kelowna	
Kamloops	
Kimberley	
Langley Prairie	
Lillooet	
Ladysmith	
Ladner	
Maillardville	
Mission	
Michel	
MeBride	
Merritt	
Nelson	
New Westminster	
North Vancouver	
Nanaimo	
Ocean Falls	
Oliver	
Prince Rupert	
Prince George	
Princeton	
1-8-25
1-6-23
- 1-1-25
1-8-25
1-8-24
15-3-26
20-7-23
14-4-25
28-2-25
10-8-24
1-10-25
1-6-25
1-7-25
15-6-23
1-6-24
12-6-25
1-7-25
15-8-24
1-4-24
10-3-24
1-4-24
1-9-24
1-1-25
1-9-24
1-7-24
1-6-24
15-8-25
1-8-25
1-8-25
1-10-23
1-6-23
1-10-25
1-8-25
10 mos.
3 years
2 years
2 years
2 years
1 year
3 years
19 mos.
2 years
2 years
1 year
2 years
2 years
3 years
3 years
2 years
2 years
2 years
2 years
2 years
3 years
2 years
2 years
2 years
3 years
3 years
3 years
2 years
2 years
3 years
3 years
3 years
1 year
$210 00
750 00
125 00
40 00
50 00
85 00
60 00
25 00
35 00
30 00
40 00
50 00
100 00
50 00
50 00
35 00
30 00
55 00
35 00
50 00
60 00
35 00
25 00
30 00
50 00
75 00
75 00
65 00
50 00
35 00
45 00
40 00
25 00
35 00
50 00
35 00
60 00
150 00
90 00
100 00
125 00
40 00
150 00
50 00
40 00
125 00
100 00
80 00
Purchased  by  Liquor Control Board.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly
Monthly
Monthly
Monthly
Monthly
Monthly
Monthly
tenancy,
tenancy,
tenancy,
tenancy,
tenancy,
tenancy,
tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
$30 1st and 2nd year;   $35 3rd year.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
1st year.
2nd year.
3rd year. O 78
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1926
APPENDIX C— Continued.
Premises purchased, leased, and rented by Liquor Control Board as at March 31st, 1926
—Continued.
Premises.
City or Town.
Lease.
Date of
Commencement.
Duration.
Monthly
Rental.
Remarks.
Government Liquor Stores—
Continued.
Pouce Coupe	
Port Alberni	
Penticton	
Powell River	
Port Coquitlam	
Parksville	
Quesnel	
Rossland	
Revelstoke	
Smithers....;	
Stewart	
Sidney	
Salmon Arm	
South Westminster	
Trail	
Terrace	
Vancouver:
808 Pender Street	
219 Hastings Street E	
219-221-225 Hastings St. E
602 Robson Street	
608 Robson Street	
65-67 Cordova Street	
847 Beatty Street	
1213 Granville Street	
758 Powell Street	
Victoria :
709 Johnson Street	
Humboldt  Street	
Vernon	
Williams Lake	
Yahk	
27-9-23
1-9-25
23-5-23
1-10-24
10-10-25
1-11-24
16-10-25
1-3-24
1-9-25
1-8-25
1-6-25
1-8-21
1-6-25
30-11-24
1-4-23
1-12-25
1-6-24
1-6-25
1-7-25
15-7-24
15-J6-24
1-8-24
1-8-25
10-6-23
4-12-24
1-10-24
3 years
2 years
3 years
3 years
2 years
2 years
2 years
3 years
1 year
2 years
2 years
5 years
3 years
2 years
3 years
3 years
3 years
2 years
2 years
2 years
2 years
3 years
10 mos.
3 years
3 years
2 years
$ 40 00
40 00
85 00
95 00
65 00
25 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
100 00
25 00
50 00
50 00
115 00
40 00
175 00
375 00
575 00
300 00
125 00
150 00
130 00
150 00
100 00
162 50
115 00
15 00
80 00
47 00
47 00
Monthly tenancy.
Purchased by Liquor Control Board.
Monthly tenancy.
Lease terminated 1-12-25.
1st year.
2nd year.
Part of Govt. Liquor Warehouse.
Monthly tenancy. 16 Geo. 5
Report of Liquor Control Board.
O 79
APPENDIX C— Continued.
Statement showing Number op Physicians issuing Prescriptions from April 1st, 1925,
to March 31st, 1926.
Month.
Vancouver.
Victoria.
Outside.
Totals.
1925.
12
9
11
16
14
16
9
10
12
16
16
18
23
12
15
20
19
17
14
17
19
16
16
18
12
19
15
17
9
12
6
14
12
14
14
17
47
40
41
July      ...j	
53
42
45
29
41
43
1926.
46
46
53
Totals .'.
159
206
161
526
Statement showing Prescriptions for Liquor issued by Physicians and honoured at Government Liquor Stores and Drug Stores throughout the Province from
April 1st, 1925, to March 31st, 1926.
Month.
Vancouver.
Victoria.
Outside.
Totals.
1925.
32
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48
46
38
48
30
22
43
59
57
59
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54
45
37
29
43
54
34
36
42
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135
123
131
190
169
99
133
165
85
127
126
254
190
219
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273
254
158
198
262
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O 81
APPENDIX D.
Statement op Permits issued prom April 1st, 1925, to March 31st, 1926.
Variety.
Number
issued.
Price.
Amount.
Individual Liquor Permits	
Individual Malt Liquor Permits	
Permits for Druggist, Physician, Dentist, or Veterinary	
Permits for Ministers of the Gospel .-	
Permits for Persons engaged in Mechanical or Manufacturing Busi
ness or in Scientific Pursuits	
Special Permits  (Banquets, etc.)	
77,127
5,124
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50
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2 00
$154,254 00
5,124 00
142 00
50 00
6 00
1,685 00
$161,261 00
VICTORIA, B.C.:
Printed by Chables F. Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1926. 

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