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 ESTIMATES
OF  THE
REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE
OF   THE   PROVINCE   OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA
FISCAL YEAR ENDING 31ST MARCH
1931
AS EMBODIED IN SUPPLY ACT, 1930
PRINTED BY
AUTHORITY OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.
VICTORIA,  B.C. :
Printed by Chaki.es F. Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1930.
PROVINCIAL LIBRARY,
VICTORIA, B. C ESTIMATED REVENUE
FOR  THE
FISCAL YEAR ENDING 31ST MARCH, 1931
Estimated
for Fiscal Year
1929-30.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
$25,250.00
500.00
10,000.00
$35,750.00
$95,000.00
3,000.00
215,000.00
4,311,930.00
60,000.00
120,000.00
400,000.00
95,000.00
228,000.00
1,850,000.00
22,000.00
25,000.00
6,000.00
15,000.00
30,000.00
15,000.00
$7,490,930.00
$2,700.00
300.00
$3,000.00
$29,151.06
190,000.00
$219,151.06
CURRENT ACCOUNT.
Department of Agriculture :
Horticultural Inspection Fees and Licences
Seed-grain Advance Refunds 	
Miscellaneous Receipts 	
$29,000.00
500.00
10,000.00
Total, Department of Agriculture
Department of the Attorney-General :
Court Pees and Fines '.	
Dog Licences 	
" Game Act "—Fees and Licences 	
" Government Liquor Act " 	
"Insurance Act" 	
Companies Branch	
Land Registry Fees	
Law Stamps	
" Motor-vehicle Act " :
Registration Pees, etc    $250,000.00
Annual    Licences,    Motor-vehicles
(except Motor-cycles)    2,125,000.00
Annual Licences, Chauffeurs        25,000.00
$95,000.00
5,000.00
200,000.00
4,750,000.00
55,000.00
130,000.00
400,000.00
100,000.00
" Moving Pictures Act " 	
Real-estate Agents 	
Sheriffs' Pees   	
Trade Licences 	
" Administration Act "—Pees
Miscellaneous Receipts 	
2,400,000.00
25,000.00
6,000.00
15,000.00
30,000.00
10,000.00
10,000.00
Total, Department of the Attorney-General
Department of Education :
Teachers' Examinations and Certificates
Miscellaneous Receipts 	
$2,400.00
Total, Department of Education
Department of Finance :
Dominion of Canada:
Annual Interest -
Annual Subsidy ..
$29,151.06
190,000.00
$39,500.00
8,231,000.00
2,400.00
Carried forward      $219,151.06    $8,272,900.00 ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
A 3
Estimated
for Fiscal Year
1929-30.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
$219,151.06
419,665.60
100,000.00
$738,816.66
220,000.00
212,000.00
950,000.00
4,900,000.00
19,080.00
235,000.00
1,870,000.00
965,000.00
500,000.00
150,000.00
125,000.00
224,000.00
1,000.00
8,000.00
675,000.00
850,000.00
39,000.00
50,000.00
110,000.00
$12,841,896.66
$45,000.00
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued.
Brought forward      $219,151.06    $8,272,900.00
Department of Finance—Continued.
Dominion of Canada—Continued.
Annual Grant per Capita	
Annual Grant for Lands conveyed
419,665.60
100,000.00
$738,816.66
Amusements Tickets Tax   220,000.00
Coal and Coke Tax   200,000.00
Gasoline Tax ,  2,000,000.00
Puel-oil Tax ,  550,000.00
Income and Personal Property Tax   5,000,000.00
Interest:
" Dyking Assessments Adjustment Act"   19,080.00
Miscellaneous     210,000.00
Land Taxes:
Real Property .'. _  1,580,000.00
Wild Land, Coal and Timber Lands ....
Mineral Tax 	
Poll Tax 	
Probate Fees 	
Races Tax 	
Rents, Miscellaneous 	
Revenue Service Refunds 	
Rural District School Taxes	
Succession Duty 	
Trust Deposits reverted to Crown	
Unworked Crown-granted Mineral Claims
Miscellaneous Receipts 	
735,000.00
500,000.00
150,000.00
125,000.00
216,000.00
15,000.00
8,000.00
607,000.00
850,000.00
38,500.00
50,000.00
60,000.00
Total, Department of Finance       13,872,396.66
Department of Fisheries :
Fishing and Cannery Licences
$1,000.00
$19,000.00
115,000.00
260,000.00
15,000.00
75,000.00
1,050,000.00
1,825,000.00
650,000.00
$4,009,000.00
Department of Labour:
Elevator Inspection and Examination Fees
$150,000.00
$1,000.00
Department of Lands :
Grazing Rentals, Leases, and Pees  $15,000.00
Land Revenue—Sundry :  150,000.00
Land Sales -  350,000.00
Survey Fees and Sale of Maps  15,000.00
Timber Leases   75,000.00
Timber Licences  1,400,000.00
Timber Royalties  2,025,000.00
Timber Sales '.  750,000.00
Carried forward    $4,780,000.00  $22,296,296.66 A 4
ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
Estimated
for Fiscal Year
1929-30.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
$4,009,000.00
CURRENT ACCOUNT— Cont
Brought forward	
nued.
$4,780,000.00
230,000.00
11,000.00
$22,296,296.66
170,000.00
11,000.00
Department of Lands—Continued.
Water Rentals and Recording Fees	
Miscellaneous Receipts	
Total, Department of Lands	
Legislation :
Private Bill Fees	
$4,190,000.00
5,021,000.00
$2,000.00
2,000.00
Department of Mines :
Bureau of Mines	
$650.00
80,000.00
650.00
140,000.00
$600.00
70,000.00
675.00
Free Miners' Certificates 	
Miners' Examinations and Certificates 	
120,000.00
Mining Receipts, General	
Total, Department of Mines	
$191,275.00
221,300.00
Department of the Provincial Secretary :
King's Printer (net profits) 	
$25,000.00
25,000.00
10,000.00
1,500.00
$40,000.00
25,000.00
10,000.00
1,500.00
Marriage Licences 	
Vital Statistics, etc.	
Miscellaneous Receipts	
Total, Department of the Provincial
Department of Public Works :
Government Property sold 	
$76,500.00
Secretary 	
61,500.00
$2,000.00
15,000.00
Rents (Miscellaneous) 	
Wharfage and Dock Dues	
7,500.00
Traffic Control
$100,000.00
1,500.00
1,500.00
Miscellaneous Receipts	
Total, Department of Public Works
Department of Railways :
Inspection Fees	
New Westminster Bridge Tolls	
Total, Department of Railways 	
$26,000.00
101,500.00
$4,000.00
80,000.00
$4,000.00
77,500.00
$81,500.00
84,000.00
Total, Current Account 	
$24,984,851.66
$27,787,596.66
CAPITAL ACCOUNT.
Refunds of Capital Expenditures:
Charged to Income 	
Charged to Loans	
$2,950.00
325,000.00
$3,000.00
300,000.00
Total. Onra'tal Account 	
$303,000.00
327,950.00
Total Estimated Revenue for Fiscal Year 1930-31....
$25,287,851.66
$28,115,546.66 MAIN ESTIMATES
ESTIMATED EXPENDITURE
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING 3iST MARCH, 1931
SUMMARY
Estimated
xpenditure,
fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
To be Voted.
Statutory.
Total.
1,088,438.65
$128,420.00
$16,632.00
$2,400.00
$14,040.00
37,444.00
3,180.00
3,670.00
16,190.00
94,320.00
113,844.00
14,130.00
217,222.00
$514,040.00
$13,330.00
25,420.00
23,130.00
10.00
7,320.00
12,405.00
27,568.00
2,985.00
172,548.00
79,702.00
567,027.00
89,515.00
28,865.00
235,000.00
117,850.00
821,590.00
950,000.00
$3,174,265.00
CURRENT ACCOUNT.
Page.
1. Public Debt     9-11
2. Legislation   11-12
3. Premier's  Office         12
4. The    Executive    (Ministers    without
Portfolio)           12
Department of Agriculture :
5. Minister's Office   12-13
6. General Office  13
7. Workshop and Shipping Office   13
8. Statistics   14-15
9. Markets Branch   14
10-14. Horticultural Branch   14-16
15-20. Live Stock Branch   16-18
21.      Colonization    and    Land    Settlement
Board        18
22-54.      Miscellaneous Votes   19-20
Department of the Attorney-General:
55. Attorney-General's  Office           20
56. General Office   20-21
57. Companies and Insurance Branch         21
58. " Fire Marshal Act "         22
59. Municipal Branch         22
60. Censor of Moving Pictures   22-23
61. Sheriffs' Offices        23
62. Official Administrator, Vancouver         24
63. Official Guardian         24
64. Land Registry Offices  24-27
65. Supreme and County Courts   27-29
66. Provincial Police   29-30
07. County Gaols   30-31
08. Girls' Industrial School        31
69.      Game Branch         32
70-74.      Miscellaneous Votes   32
Stat.      " Mothers' Pensions Act," Sec. 10  32
Stat.      " Government Liquor Act," Sec. 118 (1)
(c)—Municipalities, share of profits 32
Carried forward .
$5,248,160.58
127,050.00
18,570.00
1,980.00
14,100.00
39,970.00
3,271.00
3,710.00
17,464.00
80,468.00
144,886.00
26,484.00
243,032.50
$573,385.50
$12,540.00
25,744.00
23,403.00
10.00
7,946.00
12,720.00
27,295.00
8,165.00
3,138.00
172,474.00
67,475.00
609,118.00
126,064.00
28,135.00
201,000.00
119,700.00
$1,444,927.00
$5,248,160.58
127,050.00
18,570.00
1,980.00
573,385.50
$819,270.00
1,000,000.00
$1,819,270.00
3,264,197.00
$9,233,343.08 A 6
ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
To be Voted.
Statutory.
Total.
75.
76.
77.
78.
79.
80.
81.
82.
83.
84.
85.
86-93.
94.
Stat.
95.
96.
97.
98.
99.
100.
101.
102.
Stat.
Stat.
103.
104.
105.
106.
107.
108.
Stat.
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Con Untied.
Brought forward	
$9,233,343.0
4,306,927.01
$12,900.00
31414.00
Department of Education :
Minister's Office 	
Page.
33
33
33
34
34-35
35
35-36
37
37
37
37
37-38
38
38
38
39
39
39-41
41-42
42-43
43-57
57
57
57
57
58
58
58
58-59
59-62
62
62
$12,570.00
32,360.00
114,842.00
25,255.00
82,480.00
94,510.00
74,015.00
30,445.00
1,665,000.00
725,000.00
135,000.00
132,750.00
587,700.00
86,980.00
12,410.00
75,560.00
97,490.00
Free Text-book Branch    	
Industrial Education 	
82,145.00
Normal Schools 	
School for the Deaf and the Blind
Per Capita Grants	
Teachers' Salaries 	
School Buildings   	
31420.00
1,636,000.00
705,000.00
175,000.00
109,400.00
Miscellaneous Votes 	
University of British Columbia	
623,200.00
570,000.00
$595,000.00
Department of Finance:
Minister's Office 	
General Office 	
$4,248,919.00
$3,711,927.00
$595,000.00
$12,580.00
$12,960.00
41,922.00
11,390.00
71,240.00
116,500.00
14,894.00
614,931.00
121,750.00
38,138.00
11,060.00
Inspector of Trust Companies, Probate
62,042.00
114,734.00
Surveyor of Taxes 	
Agent-General's Office, B.C. House, and
Overseas   Markets   Branch,   London,
England 	
Government Agents and Assessors
4,920.00
570,914.75
98,200.00
500,000.00
" Municipalities Aid Act," R.S.B.C. 1924:
Share   of   motor-vehicle   and   chauffeurs' licences 	
$570,000.00
210,000.00
75,000.00
220,000.00
45,000.00
" Superannuation Act "—Interest 	
Department of Fisheries 	
Department of Labour :
Minister's Office 	
General Office	
$1,677,588.75
$1,005,587.00
$855,000.00
1,860,587.0C
$27,620.00
$45,050.00
45,050.00
$480.00
18,396.00
5,767.00
41,966.00
8,288.00
704,617.00
$17,640.00
6,650.00
Minimum Wage Board	
Employment Service	
Factories Inspection	
41,251.00
8,158.00
515,340.00
$629,720.00
$629,720.00
Carried forward	
$589,039.00
$74,897.00
$16,150,524.08 ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
A 7
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
To be Voted.
Statutory.
Total.
$14,170.00
494,800.00
7,500.00
167,000.00
619,500.00
70,000.00
$1,372,970.00
$12,185.00
134.
22,432.00
135.
44,310.00
136.
18,404.00
137.
12,580.00
138.
10,000.00
139.
199,000.00
140-144.
2,000.00
Stat.
$320,911.00
$11,300.00
146.
15,640.00
147.
34,062.00
148.
120,494.00
149.
30,952.00
150.
17,252.00
151.
11,480.00
152.
736,630.00
153.
23,332.00
154.
363,515.00
155.
91,820.00
156.
5,610.00
157.
16,220.00
158.
652,000.00
159.
16,670.00
160.
37,500.00
161.
10.00
162.
163
729,600.00
164.
$2,914,087.00
CURRENT ACCOUNT— Continued.
Brought forward	
Page.
Department of Lands :
109. Minister's Office        63
110. Salaries, General Office and Branches .. 63-71
111. Temporary Assistance         71
112. Expenses, General Office and Branches       71
113-133.      Miscellaneous Votes   71-72
Stat.      Forest Reserve Account        72
Department of Mines :
Minister's Office   72-73
General Office   73
Mines Inspection Branch   73
Bureau of Mines   74
Mine-rescue and Training Stations   74
Grants  74
Miscellaneous Votes   75
" Complex Ore Process Aid Act, 1916 ".. 75
Department of the Provincial Secretary :
Minister's Office         75
General Office   75-76
Postal Branch         76
Provincial Board of Health   76-77
Provincial Library and Archives         77
" Public Libraries Act "         78
Provincial Museum         78
Mental Hospitals   79-82
Provincial Home, Kamloops         82
Tubercular Hospital and Farm  83-84
Boys' Industrial School  84-85
Administration of " Infants Act "         85
Provincial Home for Incurables   85-86
Grants to Hospitals and Charities         86
Civil Service Commission   86-87
Grants re Civil Service         87
King's Printer        87
Government House—Salaries        88
Miscellaneous Votes         88
Carried foncard	
$12,465.00
510,360.00
12,500.00
166,250.00
894,000.00
$1,595,575.00
$13,325.00
22,058.00
43,842.00
18,930.00
14,130.00
8,000.00
185,000.00
$305,285.00
$11,010.00
16,328.00
34,897.00
125,346.00
33,794.00
22,570.00
11,680.00
842,180.00
24,661.00
310,011.00
79,988.20
69,941.00
20,152.00
1,192,982.00
15,947.00
37,500.00
10.00
6,212.00
424,000.00
$3,279,209.20
$70,000.00
$70,000.00
$2,000.00
$2,000.00
$16,150,524.08
1,665,575.00
307,285.00
3,279,209.2C
$21,402,593.25 A 8
ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of ,
Vote.
SERVICE.
To be Voted.
Statutory.
Total.
165.
166.
167.
168.
169.
170.
171.
172.
173.
174.
175.
176.
177.
178.
179-181.
Total,
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued.
$21,402,593.28
$12,170.00
278,618.00
157,561.00
35,400.00
Department of Public Works :
Minister's Office	
Administration	
Parliament Buildings and Grounds
Government House—Maintenance
Roads, Bridges, Ferries, Wharves, etc...
Local Roads within Organized Territory
Repairs,   etc.,   Government   Buildings
Page.
89
89-91
91-93
93
94
94
94
95
95
95
95
$12,360.00
339,484.00
208,130.00
32,028.00
2,499,000.00
10,000.00
400,750.00
9,650.00
11,044.00
2.560,000.00
10,000.00
183,807.00
17,090.00
7,834.00
Department of Railways :
General Office	
$3,262,480.00
$3,522,446.00
3,522,446.00
64,848.00
$24,338.00
$24,548.00
40,300.00
43,140.00
New Westminster Bridge 	
Total, Current Account	
$67,478.00
$64,848.00
$22,405,288.40
$21,018,897.28
$3,970,990.00
$24,989,887.28
3,082,827,75
CAPITAL ACCOUNT.
Sinking Funds 	
Pacific Great Eastern Railway 	
90-97
98
98
98
930-31
$1,743,541.11
$1,939,927.75
210,000.00
907,200.00
25,700.00
210,000.00
907,200.00
14,700.00
Estimated Expenditure for Fiscal Year 1
$2,875,441.11
$3,082,827.75
$25,280,729.51
$24,101,725.03
$3,970,990.00
$28,072,715.03 MAIN ESTIMATES
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE
OF THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
FOE THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING 31ST MARCH, 1931
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
1'.
PUBLIC DEBT.
Inscribed Stock.
"Loan Acts, 1891,
1893,  1895,
1899, and 1902 "—Interest  @ 3% on
$297,658.08
$9,921,936. due 1st .Tjiniiarv
$297,658.08
" Loan Act,
1914 "-
-Interest @ 4%% on $7,275,000, due 1st April and
327,375.00
1st October ...
327,375.00
Debentures.
Loan Act:
Interest.
Amount of
Debentures.
Series.
Interest Payable.
150,000.00
1916
5%
$3,000,000
"Y"
Jan. 2 and July 2	
150,000.00
120,000.00
1916
6%
2,000,000
" DH "
June 15 and Dec. 15	
120,000.00
10,000.00
1917
5%
200,000
" 11"
April 1 and Oct. 1	
10,000.00
15,000.00
1917
5%
300,000
" Tl"
May 16 and Nov. 16	
15,000.00
15,000.00
1917
5%
300,000
" Gl"
June 1 and Dec. 1	
15,000.00
5,000.00
1917
5%
100,000
" Ml"
May 1 and Nov. 1	
5,000.00
10,000.00
1917
5%
200,000
" 01 & PI"
June 1 and Dec. 1	
10,000.00
7,250.00
1917
5%
145,000
Pt. "EM"
Jan. 12 and July 12	
7,250.00
165,000.00
191S
5%%
3,000,000
"S"
Mar. 5 and Sept. 5	
165,000.00
60,000.00
1918
G%
1,000,000
" Dl "
June 15 and Dec. 15	
60,000.00
30,000.00
1919
6%
500,000
" DR "
April 26 and Oct. 26	
30,000.00
30,000.00
1920
6%
500,000
" DS "
April 26 and Oct. 26	
30,000.00
60,000.00
1921
6%
1,000,000
" DT "
April 26 and Oct. 26	
60,000.00
40,000.00
1921
5%
800,000
Pt. "EM"
Jan. 12 and July 12	
40,000.00
2,115.00
1921
m%
47,000
Pt. " PG "
May 1 and Nov. 1	
2,115.00
75,000.00
1921 (S.S.)
5%
1,500,000
" DX "
Jan. 15 and July 15	
75,000.00
20,000.00
1921 (S.S.)
5%
400,000
" EB "
June 25 and Dec. 25	
20,000.00
12,500.00
1921 (S.S.)
5%
250,000
Pt. "EM"
Jan. 12 and July 12	
12,500.00
41,062.50
1921 (S.S.)-
4%%
895,000
Pt. "EV"
June 29 and Dec. 29	
39,487.50
1921 (S.S.)
5%
100,000
" PT "
April 25 and Oct. 25...
5,000.00
25,000.00
1922
5%
500,000
« DY »
Jan. 15 and July 15	
25,000.00
35,000.00
1922
5%
700,000
" ED "
June 25 and Dec. 25	
35,000.00
8,460.00
1922
4y2%
188,000
" FH "
May 1 and Nov. 1	
8,460.00
9,075.00
1923
5%
181,500
Pt. "EM"
Jan. 12 and July 12	
9,075.00
31,725.00
1923
4y2%
705,000
« FC „
Mar. 25 and Sept. 25	
31,725.00
45,000.00
1924
4y2%
1,000,000
" EQ "
Jan. 2 and July 2	
45,000.00
14,940.00
1924
4¥2%
332,000
" FI "
May 1 and Nov. 1	
14,940.00
12,375.00
1925
4V2%
275,000
" FD "
Mar. 25 and Sept. 25	
12,375.00
2,700.00
1925
4V2%             60,000           "PJ"
Carried forward 	
May 1 and Nov. 1	
2,700.00
$1,677,235.58
$1,680,660.58 A 10
ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
1.
PUBLIC DEBT-
-Continued.
Debentures—Continued.
$1,677,235.58
Brouaht forward
$1,680,660.58
Interest.
Loan Act:
Amount of
Debentures.
Series.
Interest Payable.
77,625.00
1927
4%%
$1,725,000
" PE "
Mar. 25 and Sept. 25...
77,625.00
2,025.00
1927
m%
45,000
" FB "
Mar. 25 and Sept. 25...
2,025.00
4,950.00
1927
4y2%
110,000
" PK "
May 1 and Nov. 1	
4,950.00
40,000.00
1927
4%
1,000,000
" PL "
June 1 and Dec. 1	
40,000.00
90,000.00
1927
Dyking
4y2%
Debentures:
2,000,000
" FM "
April 1 and Oct. 1
90,000.00
15,575.00
1897]
1899J
Better
3%%
Bousing Act,
445,000
Jan. 1 and July 1	
15,575.00
1919:
68,075.00
5%
1,361,500
" DD "
June 30 and Dec. 31	
68,075.00
17,000.00
5%
340,000
" DJ "
June 30 and Dec. 31	
17,000.00
Department of Industries Act, 1919
60,000.00
6%
1,000,000
" DN "
Feb. 15 and Aug. 15	
60,000.00
B.C. University Loan Act, 1920.
15,000.00
5%
300,000
" EC "
June 25 and Dec. 25	
15,000.00
50,000.00
5%
1,000,000
" EH "
Jan. 12 and July 12	
50,000.00
7,500.00
5%
150,000
Pt.
" EM "
Jan. 12 and July 12	
7,500.00
11,250.00
4%%
250,000
" PA "
Mar. 25 and Sept. 25	
11,250.00
B.C. Highway Loan
Act, 1920:
120,000.00
6%
2,000,000
" DQ "
April 1 and Oct. 1	
120,000.00
30,000.00
5%
600,000
" EA "
June 25 and Dec. 25	
30,000.00
50,000.00
5%
1,000,000
"EE"
Jan. 25 and July 25	
50,000.00
P.G.E.
Construction Loan Act:
1,275.00
1920
5%
25,500
Pt.
" EM "
Jan. 12 and July 12	
1,275.00
60,000.00
1921
6%
1,000,000
" DM "
Feb. 15 and Aug. 15	
60,000.00
22,400.00
1921
5%
448,000
Pt.
" EM "
Jan. 12 and July 12	
22,400.00
11,835.00
1921
4%%
263,000
Pt.
" PG "
May 1 and Nov. 1	
11,835.00
Revenue Act Amendment Act, 1922.
50,000.00
5%
1,000,000
" EP "
Jan. 25 and July 25	
50,000.00
102,115.00
5%
2,042,300
" EG "
Jan. 12 and July 12
102,115.00
Revenue Act, R.S.B.C. 1924:
180,000.00
4y3% •
4,000,000
" EU "
Jan. 15 and July 15	
180,000.00
205,312.50
4y2%
4,475,000
Pt.
" EV "
Dec. 29 and June 29	
197,437.50
60,000.00
4%
4%%
3,000,000
4,000,000
" FP "
" FN "
180,000.00
April 1 and Oct. 1	
180,000.00
288,765.00
4y2%
6,417,000
" PO "
Jan. 23 and July 23	
288,765.00
5%
4,056,000
" pp "
April 25 and Oct. 25
April 25 and Oct. 25
April 25 and Oct. 25
April 25 and Oct. 25
Sept. 24 and Mar. 24...
202,800.00
100,000.00
50 000 00
5%
2,000,000
" PQ "
" FR "
5%
1,000,000
5%
9 000 000
" PS "
145,000.00
151,825.00
5%           3,036,500
Carried forward  .
" FU "
$3,497,938.08
$4,083,113.08 ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
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Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Tear
1930-31.
$3,497,938.08
558,735.00
$4,056,673.08
4,354.43
$4,052,318.65
$20,500.00
$1,000.00
5,820.00
300.00
3,500.00
5,000.00
$15,620.00
$4,088,438.65
$96,000.00
6,000.00
2,000.00
1,800.00
500.00
$106,300.00
$1,200.00
600.00
480.00
270.00
$2,550.00
1. PUBLIC DEBT—Continued.
Debentures—Continued.
Brought forward    $4,083,113.08
Interest on Treasury Bills under " Revenue Act,"
$6,000,000, maturing in New York, Nov. 25th, 1930
and  1931    $330,000.00
Interest on Treasury Bills on hand and future borrowings under various " Loan Acts "      795,000.00
1,125,000.00
$5,208,113.08
Less accrued interest at March 31st, 1930, on maturities during
fiscal year   1,972.50
$5,206,140.58
Premium and Exchange.
On drafts for interest remittances (approximately)  22,500.00
Discount and Commission.
14  of  1%   Commission  to  Loan  Trustees on  sums
annually invested       $1,500.00
Annual Commission for inscribing and paying interest
on Inscribed Stock         5,820.00
Brokerage,  Dividend Warrant  Stamps,  and postage
in London   300.00
Commission on payment of interest on Loans        6,900.00
Other Discounts and Commission        5,000.00
19,520.00
Total of Vote No. 1     $5,248,160.58
2. LEGISLATION.
Members' Indemnities:
Forty-eight @ $2,000 each  $96,000.00
Mileage     6,000.00
Allowance to the Leader of the Opposition  2,000.00
Mr. Speaker, Sessional allowance  1,800.00
Deputy Speaker, Sessional allowance  500.00
$106,300.00
Salaries:
Clerk of the House, Sessional allowance      $1,200.00
Law Clerk, Sessional allowance  600.00
Sergeant-at-Arms  480.00
Deputy Sergeant-at-Arms   270.00
Carried forward       $2,550.00     $106,300.00 A 12
ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
$2,550.00
240.00
2,400.00
480.00
1,160.00
490.00
$7,320.00
$1,600.00
9,700.00
500.00
1,000.00
1,500.00
500.00
$14,800.00
$128,420.00
$9,000.00
2,280.00
1,572.00
780.00
$13,632.00
1,500.00
1,500.00
$16,632.00
$2,400.00
$7,500.00
2,400.00
1,140.00
$11,040.00
2. LEGISIisATlON— Continued.
Brought forward       $2,550.00     $106,300.00
Salaries—Continued.
Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms  240.00
Attendants     2,600.00
Pages     540.00
Stenographers   1,160.00
Unforeseen and unprovided  300.00
7,390.00
Expenses:
Empire Parliamentary Association subscription  $500.00
Office supplies, etc  1,350.00
Printing, binding, etc  8,730.00
Furniture and equipment   180.00
Select Standing Committees   600.00
Dining-room     1,500.00
Incidentals     500.00
13,360.00
Total of Vote No. 2      $127,050.00
3. PREMIER'S OFFICE.
Salaries:
The Premier   $9,000.00
Secretary   2,400.00
Secretary  (Assistant)     2,280.00
Clerk and Stenographer   1,620.00
Junior   Stenographer    840.00
$16,140.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc         1,080.00
Travelling expenses, etc         1,350.00
Total of Vote No. 3        $18,570.00
4. THE EXECUTIVE  (MINISTERS WITHOUT
PORTFOLIO).
Expenses of Ministers without Portfolio        $1,980.00
DEPARTMENT OP AGRICULTURE.
5. Minister's Office.
Salaries:
The Minister       $7,500.00
Secretary          2,520.00
Stenographer            1,380.00
Carried forward     $11,400.00 ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
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Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
$11,040.00
500.00
2,500.00
$14,040.00
$4,000.00
2,200.00
2,220.00
1,900.00
1,800.00
1,032.00
732.00
540.00
2,160.00
930.00
780.00
240.00
$18,534.00
16,910.00
2,000.00
$37,444.00
$1,740.00
1,260.00
$3,000.00
50.00
130.00
$3,180.00
$1,920.00
150.00
$2,070.00
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE—Continued.
5. Minister's Office—Continued.
Brought forward   $11,400.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc   450.00
Travelling expenses, etc  2,250.00
Total of Vote No. 5         $14,100.00
6. General Office.
Salaries:
Deputy  Minister    $4,000.00
Executive Assistant  3,000.00
Chief Clerk   2,340.00
Accountant     2,000.00
Assistant Accountant   1,900.00
Clerk 	
Clerk   1,380.00
Junior Clerk   660.00
Junior Clerk   540.00
Two Clerk-Stenographers @ $1,320  2,640.00
Stenographer     1,092.00
Stenographer     948.00
Stenographer     780.00
Temporary assistance   240.00
$21,520.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc       16,200.00
Travelling expenses, etc        2,250.00
Total of Vote No. 6   39,970.00
7. Workshop and Shipping Office.
Salaries:
General Assistant       $1,840.00
Temporary assistance         1,260.00 •
$3,100.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  45.00
Travelling expenses, etc   126.00
Total of Vote No. 7  3,271.00
8. Statistics.
Salaries:
Statistician         $2,020.00
Temporary assistance	
Carried forward      $2,020.00       $57,341.00 .
A 14
ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
$2,070.00
500.00
1,100.00
$3,670.00
$16,190.00
$16,190.00
$2,760.00
5,040.00
2,460.00
2,280.00
2,220.00
4,320.00
3,720.00
1,740.00
1,560.00
1,860.00
1,700.00
1,020.00
780.00
$31,460.00
1,000.00
12,500.00
$44,960.00
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE—Continued.
8. Statistics—Continued.
Brought forward       $2,020.00       $57,341.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  450.00
Travelling expenses, etc  990.00
Casual labour and other expenses  250.00
Total of Vote No. 8  3,710.00
9. Markets Branch.
Salaries:
Director of Markets   $3,300.00
Prairie Representative   2,880.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,284.00
Temporary assistance   250.00
$7,714.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        3,150.00
Travelling expenses, etc        3,600.00
Fruit-marketing displays, labour, supplies, etc        3,000.00
Total of Vote No. 9  17,464.00
10. Horticultural Branch.
Salaries:
Director of Plant Industry       $3,600.00
Provincial Horticulturist 	
Two District Horticulturists @ $2,640          5,280.00
District Horticulturist         2,580.00
District Horticulturist         2,400.00
Assistant District Horticulturist  .■	
Two Assistant District Horticulturists 	
Two District Field Inspectors 	
Disti-ict Field Inspector	
District Field Inspector	
Secretary   (Victoria)           1,960.00
Clerk  (Vernon)          1,800.00
Stenographer (Victoria)        1,248.00
Stenographer (Penticton)   780.00
$19,648.00
Expenses:
Casual labour, supplies, etc        1,500.00
Travelling expenses, etc        5,850.00
Total of Vote No. 10  26,998.00
Carried forward       $105,513.00 ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
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Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Tear
1930-31.
$13,500.00
$13,500.00
$2,760.00
2,040.00
2,040.00
1,960.00
1,940.00
1,840.00
1,860.00
1,720.00
1,080.00
1,020.00
$18,260.00
1,310.00
1,100.00
6,500.00
$27,170.00
$2,760.00
$2,760.00
250.00
850.00
$3,860.00
$2,220.00
960.00
150.00
$3,330.00
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE—Continued.
Brought forward       $105,513.00
11. Control of Fruit and Vegetable Pests, Diseases, etc.
Labour, material, supplies, etc    $13,500.00
Total of Vote No. 11  13,500.00
12. Plant Quarantine Branch.
Salaries:
Chief Plant Quarantine Officer   $2,880.00
Assistant Chief Plant Quarantine Officer  2,140.00
Plant Quarantine Inspector   2,140.00
Plant Quarantine Inspector   2,060.00
Plant Quarantine Inspector   2,040.00
Plant Quarantine Inspector   1,940.00
Plant Quarantine Inspector  1,960.00
Plant Quarantine Inspector   1,820.00
Clerk-Stenographer  1,020.00
Clerk-Stenographer   780.00
$18,780.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  1,260.00
Travelling expenses, etc  1,350.00
Casual labour and other expenses  7,000.00
Total of Vote No. 12  28,390.00
13. Plant Pathology.
Salaries:
Plant Pathologist   $2,880.00
Assistant Plant Pathologist   2,400.00
$5,280.00
Expenses:
Office and laboratory supplies, etc  450.00
Travelling expenses, etc  900.00
Total of Vote No. 13  6,630.00
14. Entomological Branch.
Salaries:
Assistant Entomologist  $2,340.00
Laboratory Assistant   1,020.00
Temporary assistance   150.00
Carried forward   $3,510.00     $154,033.00 A 16
ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
$3,330.00
500.00
1,000.00
$4,830.00
$2,760.00
2,000.00
1,800.00
1,700.00
840.00
$9,100.00
1,000.00
3,000.00
$13,100.00
$2,040.00
4,680.00
5,760.00
1,920.00
2,040.00
1,080.00
780.00
960.00
780.00
780.00
$20,820.00
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE—Continued.
14. Entomological Branch—Continued.
Brought forward       $3,510.00     $154,033.00
Expenses:
Office and laboratory supplies, etc  540.00
Travelling expenses, etc  900.00
Total of Vote No. 14  4,950.00
15. Live Stock Branch.
Salaries:
Director of Animal Industry      $3,300.00
Live Stock Commissioner	
Assistant Live Stock Commissioner        2,520.00
Brand Recorder        2,100.00
Brand Inspector         1,800.00
Assistant Brand Recorder	
Secretary           1,800.00
Stenographer  (Kamloops)           1,080.00
Stenographer   (Kamloops)    900.00
Stenographer  (Victoria)    948.00
$14,448.00
Expenses:
Casual labour and other expenses        1,500.00
Travelling expenses, etc        4,050.00
Total of Vote No. 15  19,998.00
16. '   District Agriculturists.
Salaries :
District Agriculturist 	
District Agriculturist        $2,340.00
Two District Agriculturists @ $2,400        4,800.00
Two District Agriculturists @ $2,280        4,560.00
District Agriculturist         2,140.00
Three District Agriculturists @ $2,020        6,060.00
District Agriculturist 	
Two Assistant District Agriculturists @ $1,960        3,920.00
Assistant District Agriculturist         1,840.00
Assistant District Agriculturist          1,920.00
Assistant District Agriculturist         1,800.00
Assistant District Agriculturist         1,660.00
Stenographer  (Kamloops)  	
Stenographer  (Kamloops)  	
Stenographer (Courtenay)          1,044.00
Stenographer (Oranbrook)   840.00
Stenographer (Smithers)    780.00
Carried forward     $33,704.00     $178,981.00 ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
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Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Tear
1930-31.
$20,820.00
2,800.00
10,800.00
$34,420.00
$11,100.00
$11,100.00
200.00
8,300.00
$19,600.00
$2,640.00
2,040.00
2,040.00
2,040.00
840.00
$9,600.00
4,600.00
$14,200.00
$2,580.00
930.00
$3,510.00
750.00
3,000.00
$7,260.00
2
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE—Continued.
16. District Agriculturists—Continued.
Brought forward     $33,704.00     $178,981.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  4,950.00
Travelling expenses, etc  14,850.00
Casual labour, material, etc  1,500.00
Total of Vote No. 16  55,004.00
17. Veterinary Branch.
Salaries:
Chief Veterinary Inspector      $2,760.00
Five Veterinary Inspectors @ $2,220       11,100.00
$13,860.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  315.00
Travelling expenses, etc        9,000.00
Casual labour and other expenses         1,500.00
Total of Vote No. 17  24,675.00
18. Poultry Branch.
Salaries:
Poultry Commissioner        $2,760.00
Poultry Instructor         2,140.00
Poultry Instructor	
Poultry Instructor         2,100.00
Stenographer  900.00
$7,900.00
Expenses:
Travelling expenses, etc        4,950.00
Total of Vote No. 18  12,850.00
19. Field Crop Branch.
Salaries:
Field Crop Commissioner      $2,700.00
Provincial Agronomist 	
Assistant Field Crop Commissioner        2,280.00
Field  Inspector          1,680.00
Stenographer     780.00
$7,440.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  675.00
Travelling expenses, etc        4,050.00
Carried forward      $12,165.00     $271,510.00 .
A 18
ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Tear
1930-31.
$7,260.00
4,000.00
500.00
3,000.00
$14,760.00
$2,760.00
2,400.00
2,400.00
2,100.00
1,644.00
960.00
$12,264.00
500.00
5,000.00
$17,764.00
$3,240.00
2,460.00
2,200.00
1,020.00
960.00
960.00
150.00
$10,990.00
2,140.00
1,000.00
$14,130.00
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE— Continued.
19. Field Crop Branch—Continued.
Brought forward     $12,165.00     $271,510.00
Expenses—Continued.
Field demonstration-work, etc  2,000.00
Soil-analysis, etc  1,000.00
Casual labour, material, supplies, etc  2,000.00
Total of Vote No. 19  17,165.00
20. Dairy Branch.
Salaries:
Dairy Commissioner       $2,880.00
Dairy Instructor         2,520.00
Dairy Instructor         2,400.00
Dairy Instructor 	
Record Clerk  	
Clerk-Stenographer          1,044.00
Stenographer     900.00
$9,744.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  450.00
Travelling expenses, etc        4,500.00
Casual labour and other expenses  500.00
Total of Vote No. 20       15,194.00
21. Colonization and Land Settlement Board.
Salaries:
Colonization   Commissioner   and   Chairman,   Land
Settlement Board       $5,000.00
Director, Land  Settlement Board         3,240.00
Secretary         2,580.00
Accountant           2,320.00
Secretary   (Vancouver)        2,100.00
Piling Clerk ".	
Stenographer        1,020.00
Stenographer  960.00
Stenographer (Vancouver)   900.00
Temporary assistance 	
$18,120.00
Expenses :
Office supplies, etc        4,050.00
Travelling expenses, etc        2,250.00
British Boys' Farm Settlement        1,000.00 , *
Casual labour, supplies, etc        1,064.00
Total of Vote No. 21  26,484.00
Carried forward      $330,353.00 ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
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Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Tear
1930-31.
$15,000.00
8,000.00
60,250.00
9,500.00
8,500.00
6,000.00
4,000.00
28
1,000.00
29
1,000.00
30
250.00
31
20,000.00
32
750.00
33
26,172.00
34
2,000.00
35
500.00
36
5,000.00
1,000.00
37
250.00
38
500.00
39
2,500.00
40
250.00
4,500.00
41
1,000.00
42
2,500.00
43
3,300.00
44
250.00
$183,972.00
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE—Continued.
Brought forward      $330,353.00
■ Miscellaneous Grants.
22. Tubercular   Cattle—Compensation,   Supplies,   Tempo
rary Assistance, etc :	
23. Automobiles and Accessories, etc	
24. Agricultural Associations, Fairs, etc	
24a. Royal Agricultural and Industrial Society	
24b. Vancouver Exhibition Association:
Exhibition     $5,000.00
Winter   Pair  10,000.00
Buildings      4,500.00
24c. B.C. Agricultural and Industrial  Association     $5,000.00
Corporation of the City of Victoria (Buildings)        4,532.50
24d. Armstrong and  Spallumcheen  Agricultural  Society
(Interior Provincial Fair Association)	
25. Farmers' Institutes, etc	
26. Women's.Institutes, etc	
27. Seed Improvement, etc  $5,000.00
Less to be refunded by Dominion Government        2,500.00
International, National, and Provincial Exhibits, etc.
Compensation re Foul-brood in Bees, etc	
Control of Noxious Weeds, etc	
Western Canada Live Stock Union 	
Rebates on Stumping-powder, etc	
Gopher Extermination, etc	
Services hitherto paid by Dominion Government
under "Agricultural Instruction Act"	
Grasshopper Extermination, etc	
" Pound District Act "—Expenses, etc	
Exhibits to Toronto Winter Fair, etc	
In Aid of Plonghing-matches, etc	
In Aid of Winning Exhibitors at Chicago Exposition....
Canadian Council of Beef Producers 	
British Columbia Honey Producers' Association	
British Columbia Dairymen's Association 	
British Columbia Entomological Society 	
British Columbia Fruit-growers' Association	
British Columbia Goat-breeders' Association	
British Columbia Poultry Associations	
British Columbia Beef Cattle Growers' Association	
British Columbia Certified Seed-potato Growers' Association 	
$15,000.00
10,000.00
25,500.00
10,000.00
19,500.00
9,532.50
3,500.00
8,500.00
7,500.00
2,500.00
12,000.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
250.00
17,500.00
1,000.00
25,000.00
2,000.00
1,000.00
1,500.00
500.00
500.00
2,000.00
2,500.00
750.00
1,500.00
1,750.00
Carried forward   $183,282.50     $330,353.00 A 20
ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Tear
1930-31.
$183,972.00
1,750.00
45
46
7,000.00
3,500.00
5,000.00
15,000.00
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
1,000.00
54
$217,222.00
$514,040.00
$7,500.00
2,280.00
1,200.00
$10,980.00
850.00
1,500.00
$13,330.00
$4,920.00
5,120.00
3,600.00
2,440.00
2,100.00
1,380.00
1,110.00
1,020.00
1,080.00
100.00
$22,870.00
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE—Continued.
Miscellaneous Grants—Continued.
Brought forward   $183,282.50     $330,353.00
British Columbia Sheep-breeders' Associations  1,500.00
Boys' and Girls' Clubs—Competitions, etc  5,000.00
Promotion of Sheep Industry   5,000.00
Promotion of Swine Industry   1,250.00
In Aid of Tobacco Industry  500.00
Colonization Commission, etc	
World's Grain Congress   500.00
World's Poultry Congress   4,000.00
Extermination of Noxious Animals—Expenses, etc  37,000.00
Transportation of Pure-bred Live Stock from United
Kingdom   4,000.00
Incidentals and Contingencies   1,000.00
Total of Miscellaneous Grants        243,032.50
Total, Department of Agriculture       $573,385.50
55.
56.
DEPARTMENT OP THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL.
Attorney-General's Office.
Salaries:
The Attorney-General   $7,500.00
Secretary    2,280.00
Assistant Secretary  1,320.00
$11,100.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  765.00
Travelling expenses, etc  675.00
Total of Vote No. 55        $12,540.00
General Office.
Salaries:
Deputy Attorney-General   $4,920.00
Legislative Counsel  (ten months)  5,120.00
Departmental  Solicitor    3,600.00
Chief Clerk   2,520.00
Accountant     2,200.00
Secretary-Clerk     1,380.00
Clerk-Stenographer    1,284.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,080.00
Two Junior Clerks @ $780   1,560.00
Temporary assistance   100.00
Carried forward   $23,764.00       $12,540.00 ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
A 21
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Tear
1930-31.
$22,870.00
2,150.00
400.00
$25,420.00
$4,160.00
2,000.00
1,140.00
1,080.00
1,020.00
930.00
870.00
840.00
780.00
150.00
$12,970.00
2,350.00
100.00
$15,420.00
$1,000.00
1,640.00
1,020.00
900.00
50.00
$4,610.00
2,500.00
500.00
100.00
$7,710.00
$23,130.00
DEPARTMENT OP THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL— Continued.
56. General Office-—Continued.
Brought forward   $23,764.00       $12,540.00
. Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  1,620.00
Travelling expenses, etc  360.00
Total of Vote No. 56  25,744.00
57. .        Companies and Insurance Branch.
(a.) Companies Office.
Salaries:
Registrar     $4,160.00
Deputy Registrar   2,100.00
Stenographer     1,284.00
Clerk   1,080.00
Stenographer     1,212.00
Stenographer     1,092.00
Stenographer     960.00
Stenographer     930.00
Stenographer     780.00
Temporary assistance   150.00
$13,748.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        1,890.00
Travelling expenses, etc  45.00
Total, Companies Office       $15,683.00
(6.) Insurance Office.
Salaries:
Superintendent   $1,000.00
Clerk   1,740.00
Stenographer     1,020.00
Stenographer     1,020.00
Temporary  assistance    200.00
$4,980.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        2,190.00
Travelling    expenses,    etc.     (including
Superintendents' Conference)     450.00
Association of Superintendents of Insurance (membership fees)    100.00
Total, Insurance Office         7,720.00
Total of Vote No. 57   23,403.00
Carried forward         $61,687.00 A 22
ESTIMATES   (1930-31).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Tear
1930-31.
$3,540.00
2,220.00
2,140.00
1,110.00
840.00
$9,850.00
2,500.00
2,500.00
1,000.00
700.00
1,500.00
500.00
$18,550.00
18,540.00
$10.00
$3,720.00
1,860.00
990.00
$6,570.00
900.00
600.00
$8,070.00
750.00
$7,320.00
$2,640.00
3,800.00
1,500.00
1,800.00
1,140.00
150.00
$11,030.00
DEPARTMENT OP THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL—CowMwued.
Brought forward         $61,687.00
58. " Fire Marshal Act."
Salaries:
Fire Marshal    $3,540.00
Assistant Pire Marshal   2,220.00
Assistant Pire Marshal   2,220.00
Stenographer     1,176.00
Stenographer     900.00
$10,056.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  2,700.00
Travelling expenses, etc  2,700.00
Fire Report fees and expenses  1,000.00
Fire inquiries   700.00
Educational propaganda   1,000.00
Superannuation Fund  500.00
$18,656.00
Less chargeable to Fire Marshal Act Fund      18,646.00
Total of Vote No. 58   10.00
59. Municipal Branch. -
Salaries:
Inspector of Municipalities       $4,320.00
Clerk           1,920.00
Stenographer           1,176.00
$7,416.00
Expenses:
Office   supplies,   etc.   (including   administration   of
insane estates)   740.00
Travelling expenses, etc  540.00
$8,696.00
Less estimated receipts under sec. 50, subsec. (4),
" Lunacy Act "  ;  750.00
Total of Vote No. 59  7,946.00
60. Censor of Moving Pictures.
Salaries:
Censor     $2,700.00
Two Assistant Censors @ $1,920   3,840.00
Assistant Censor   1,500.00
Operator   1,800.00
Stenographer     1,212.00
Temporary assistance  150.00
Carried forward     $11,202.00       $69,643.00
) ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
A 23
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
$11,030.00
575.00
400.00
400.00
$12,405.00
$4,320.00
2,460.00
1,300.00
1,224.00
780.00
250.00
$10,334.00
800.00
600.00
$11,734.00
$3,120.00
2,200.00
1,464.00
1,020.00
50.00
$7,854.00
300.00
100.00
■ $8,254.00
$7,580.00
$7,580.00
$27,568.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL— Continued.
60. Censor of Moving Pictures—Continued.
Brought forward      $11,202.00       $69,643.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Travelling expenses, etc.
Machine supplies, etc	
338.00
180.00
1,000.00
Total of Vote No. 60
12,720.00
61.
Sheriffs' Offices.
(a.) Vancouver.
Salaries:
Sheriff       $3,900.00
Deputy Sheriff 	
Process Server 	
Book-keeper and Cashier
Stenographer   	
Temporary assistance 	
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Travelling expenses, etc.
2,520.00
1,300.00
1,380.00
840.00
250.00
$10,190.00
610.00
675.00
Total, Vancouver Office     $11,475.00
(6.)  Victoria.
Salaries:
Sheriff	
Deputy Sheriff 	
Process Server 	
Clerk-Stenographer ....
Temporary assistance
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Travelling expenses, etc.
$3,120.00
2,220.00
1,500.00
1,080.00
50.00
$7,970.00
180.00
90.00
Total, Victoria Office	
(c.) Sundry Sheriffs.
Allowances, etc      $7,580.00
Total, Sundry Sheriffs	
Total, all Sheriffs' Offices, Vote No. 61	
8,240.00
7,580.00
27,295.00
Carried forward      $109,658.00 A 24
ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
$1,800.00
1,050.00
$2,850.00
135.00
$2,985.00
$3,180.00
1,900.00
1,900.00
1,900.00
1,800.00
3,144.00
930.00
1,110.00
930.00
100.00
$16,894.00
2,700.00
$19,594.00
$2,820.00
1,800.00
$4,620.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL— Continued.
Brought forward      $109,658.00
62. Official Administrator, Vancouver.
Salaries:
Official Administrator  	
Clerk and Accountant	
Stenographer   	
Expenses :
Office supplies, etc..
$5,120.00
1,740.00
1,080.00
$7,940.00
225.00
63.
Total of Vote No. 62	
Official Guardian.
Salaries:
Official Guardian
Stenographer   	
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc..
$1,800.00
1,248.00
$3,048.00
90.00
64.
Total of Vote No. 63	
Land Registry Offices.
(a.) Kamloops.
Salaries:
Registrar      $2,820.00
Deputy Registrar 	
Surveyor   	
Clerk 	
Clerk 	
Two Clerks @ at $1,620..
Junior Clerk 	
Junior Clerk 	
Stenographer	
Stenographer	
Temporary assistance ....
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc..
2,000.00
1,920.00
1,920.00
1,900.00
3,240.00
1,020.00
900.00
1,320.00
990.00
100.00
$18,130.00
2,475.00
Total, Kamloops Land Registry Office     $20,605.00
(ft.) Nelson.
Salaries:
Registrar 	
Deputy Registrar
$2,940.00
1,900.00
8,165.00
3,138.00
Carried .forward       $4,840.00   $20,605.00     $120,961.00 ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
A 25
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
$4,620.00
1,860.
1,860.
1,572
1,500
960.
1,260.
70.
$13,702.(
2,800.(
!.00
(.00
$16,502.00
$3,960.00
2,460.00
1,880.00
1,880.00
5,460.00
6,288.00
1,572.00
1,452.00
1,452.00
1,110.00
1,050.00
840.00
1,260.00
$30,664.00
4,250.00
$34,914.00
$3,060.00
1,900.00
$4,960.00
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
DEPARTMENT OP THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL—Continued.
64. Land Registry Offices—Continued.
(b.) Nelson—Continued.
Brought forward       $4,840.00   $20,605.00     $120,961.00
Salaries—Continued.
Surveyor   !  1,920.00
Clerk   1,680.00
Clerk  1,620.00
Junior Clerk   1,500.00
Stenographer  990.00
Janitor    1,260.00
Temporary assistance  70.00
$13,880.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        3,150.00
Total, Nelson Land Registry Office       17,030.00
(c.) New Westminster.
Salaries:
Registrar    $3,180.00
Deputy Registrar   2,520.00
Surveyor  1,920.00
Clerk   1,920.00
Three Clerks @ $1,920   5,760.00
Pour Clerks @ $1,620  6,480.00
Clerk   1,500.00
Clerk 	
Clerk    1,320.00
Stenographer   1,320.00
Stenographer   1,248.00
Stenographer  840.00
Janitor    1,260.00
$29,268.00
Expenses: ^
Office supplies, etc        3,825.00
Total, New Westminster Land Registry
Office        33,093.00
(d.) Prince Rupert.
Salaries:
Registrar  (also Registrar, Supreme and
County Courts)        $3,120.00
Chief Clerk and Surveyor        1,920.00
Carried forward       $5,040.00   $70,728.00     $120,961.00 A 26
ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Tear .
1930-31.
$4,960.00
900.00
$5,860.00
1,000.00
$6,860.00
$4,920.00
2,340.00
1,900.00
15,090.00
1,800.00
1,700.00
1,600.00
14,148.00
2,916.00
1,920.00
900.00
2,220.00
960.00
840.00
500.00
$53,754.00
5,800.00
$59,554.00
$3,660.00
2,340.00
1,900.00
9,420.00
3,440.00
4,744.00
1,600.00
1,020.00
$28,124.00
DEPARTMENT OP THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL— Continued.
64. Land Registry Offices—Continued.
(d.) Prince Rupert—Continued.
Brought foncard      $5,040.00   $70,728.00     $120,961.00
Salaries—Continued.
Clerk-Stenographer   900.00
Stenographer  780.00
$6,720.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  720.00
Total, Prince Rupert Land Registry Office       7,440.00
(e.)  Vancouver.
Salaries:
Registrar        $4,920.00
Deputy Registrar         2,460.00
Surveyor*.        1,920.00
Nine Clerks @ $1,920      17,280.00
Clerk         1,800.00
Clerk 	
Clerk          1,700.00
Eight Clerks @ $1,620       12,960.00
Two Clerks @ $1,500        3,000.00
Two Junior Clerks @ $960         1,920.00
Junior Clerk   900.00
Two Stenographers @ $1,320        2,640.00
Stenographer 	
Stenographer  900.00
Temporary assistance  500.00
$52,900.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        4,680.00
Total, Vancouver Land Registry Office....     57,580.00
(/.) Victoria.
Salaries:
Inspector of Legal Offices and Registrar $3,660.00
Deputy Registrar  2,460.00
Surveyor  1,920.00
Five Clerks @ $1,920  9,600.00
Two Clerks @ $1,820  3,640.00
Three Clerks @ $1,620  4,860.00
Clerk   1,820.00
Clerk   1,500.00
Clerk   1,020.00
Carried forward    $30,480.00 $135,748.00     $120,961.00 ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
A 27
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
$28,124.00
1,200.00
1,020.00
780.00
150.00
$31,274.00
3,500.00
350.00
$35,124.00
$172,548.00
$1,920.00
900.00
$2,820.00
500.00
$3,320.00
$2,220.00
150.00
$2,370.00
$1,720.00
960.00
150.00
$2,830.00
DEPARTMENT OP THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL— Continued.
64. Land Registry Offices—Continued.,
if.)  Victoria—Continued.
Brought forward      $30,4SO.OO $135,748.00     $120,961.00
Salaries—Continued.
Two Junior Clerks @ $840  1,680.00
Stenographer   1,020.00
Stenographer   840.00
Temporary assistance   150.00
$34,170.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        2,376.00
Travelling expenses, etc  180.00
Total, Victoria Land Registry Office      36,726.00
Total, all Land Registry Offices, Vote No. 64        172,474.00
65. Supreme and County Courts.
(o.)  Nanaimo.
Salaries:
Registrar         $2,020.00
Stenographer   900.00
$2,920.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  450.00
Total,   Nanaimo   Supreme   and  County
Courts       $3,370.00
(6.) Nelson.
Salaries:
Registrar        $1,800.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  135.00
Total, Nelson Supreme and County Courts       1,935.00
(c.) New Westminster.
Salaries:
Registrar       $2,400.00
Deputy Registrar         1,820.00
Junior Clerk 	
Temporary assistance (Ushers, etc.)   150.00
Carried forward       $4,370.00     $5,305.00     $293,435.00 A 28
ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
$2,830.00
850.00
$3,680.00
$3,740.00
2,040.00
1,900.00
12,528.00
1,404.00
1,380.00
1,368.00
1,284.00
1,140.00
1,140.00
1,020.00
780.00
900.00
$30,624.00
3,250.00
$33,874.00
$3,120.00
2,100.00
6,288.00
8,820.00
1,140.00
250.00
$21,718.00
2,275.00
200.00
1,650.00
$25,843.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL— Continued.
65. Supreme and County Courts—Continued.
(c.) New Westminster—Continued.
Brought forward       $4,370.00     $5,305.00     $293,435.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  765.00
Total,   New  Westminster   Supreme  and
County Courts         5,135.00
(d.)  Vancouver.
Salaries:
Registrar        $3,740.00
Deputy Registrar        2,140.00
Chief Clerk         1,920.00
Eight Clerks @ $1,620       12,960.00
Clerk 	
Clerk         1,452.00
Clerk          1,440.00
Clerk        1,500.00
Clerk         1,140.00
Junior Clerk  780.00
Stenographer        1,320.00
Stenographer 	
Stenographer  900.00
Temporary assistance (Ushers, etc.)   900.00
$30,192.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        1,800.00
Total,   Vancouver  Supreme  and   County
Courts       31,992.00
(e.)   Victoria.
Salaries:
Registrar    $3,600.00
Deputy Registrar  2,200.00
Pour Clerks @ $1,620  6,480.00
Seven Janitors, etc., @ $1,260	
Clerk to Judges   1,248.00
Temporary assistance (Ushers, etc.)   250.00
$13,778.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  900.00
Janitors' supplies, etc	
Fuel, light, water, etc	
Total, Victoria Supreme and County Courts     14,678.00
Carried forward     $57,110.00     $293,435.00 ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
A 29
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
$1,500.00
875.00
1,500.00
$3,875.00
$2,880.00
360.00
3,500.00
$6,740.00
$79,702.00
$284,520.00
23,050.00
139,700.00
865.00
26,320.00
2,921.00
1,434.00
12,050.00
6,320.00
1,420.00
18,728.00
9,600.00
$526,928.00
45,000.00
$481,928.00
65.
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL—Continued.
Supreme and County Courts—Continued.
Brought forward     $57,110.00     $293,435.00
(/.)  Sundry Supreme and County Courts.
Chilliwack—Registrar's allowance, temporary assistance, office supplies, etc      $1,500.00
Kelowna—Registrar's allowance, temporary assistance, office supplies, etc  875.00
Sundry Courts other than above, office sup-
. plies, etc        1,250.00
Total, Sundry Supreme and County Courts       3,625.00
(.(/■)  Official Stenographers.
Two Stenographers @ $1,440        $2,880.00
Stenographer  360.00
Civil Court Stenographers        3,500.00
Total, Official Stenographers
6,740.00
Total, all Supreme and County Courts, Vote No. 65..
67,475.00
66. Provincial Police.
Salaries:   .
Police and Special Constables   $352,764.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc       18,000.00
Travelling expenses, etc     135,000.00
Furniture and fixtures 	
Uniforms and equipment       27
Rents         2
Janitors' supplies, etc        1
Fuel, light, water, etc       13
Provisions (keep of prisoners)         8
Incidentals and contingencies         2
Criminal Records:
Salaries    $11,129.00
Expenses        3,500.00
,000.00
,845.00
,350.00
,000.00
,500.00
,650.00
      14,629.00
$575,738.00
Less estimated receipts under " Municipal Act," " Police and Prisons
Regulation Act Amendment Act,
1924," " Government Liquor Act,"
and miscellaneous        95,000.00
Carried forward   $480,738.00     $360,910.00 A 30
ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Tear
1930-31.
$42,399.00
15,500.00
1,500.00
700.00
25,000.00
$85,099.00
$567,027.00
$10,120.00
150.00
10.00
10.00
550.00
350.00
750.00
1,500 00
550.00
400.00
50.00
$14,440.00
1,000.00
$13,440.00
$53,025.00
900.00
1,000.00
50.00
6,500.00
2,800.00
7,000.00
17,000.00
$88,275.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL— Continued.
66. Provincial Police—Continued.
Brought forward   $480,738.00     $360,910.00
Motor-vehicle Branch:
Salaries    (including   temporary   assistance)     $46,825.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc      16,355.00
Travelling expenses, etc        2,700.00
Furniture and fixtures 	
Plates, badges, etc .'.      22,000.00
87,880.00
Highway Patrol:
Salaries and expenses       40,500.00
Total of Vote No. 66        609,118.00
67. County Gaols.
(a.)  Nelson.
Salaries:
Gaol officials and sundry employees    $10,120.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  150.00
Travelling expenses, etc  10.00
Furniture and fixtures 	
Uniforms, clothing, and equipment  550.00
Janitors' supplies, etc  400.00
Fuel, light, water, etc  750.00
Provisions, etc.  (keep of prisoners)  2,000.00
Medical attendance and hospital supplies 550.00
Good Conduct Fund  350.00
Incidentals and contingencies   25.00
$14,905.00
Less estimated receipts under " Municipal Act"          1,000.00
Total, Nelson Gaol     $13,905.00
(6.) Oalcalla Prison Farm.
Salaries:
Goal officials and sundry employees    $63,419.00
Expenses :
Office supplies, etc  810.00
Travelling expenses, etc        1,080.00
Furniture and fixtures 	
Uniforms, clothing, and equipment         7,500.00
Janitors' supplies, etc        3,750.00
Fuel, light, water, etc         8,000.00
Provisions, etc.  (keep of prisoners)       20,000.00
Carried  forward    $104,559.00   $13,905>.00     $970,028.00 ESTIMATES   (1930-31).
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Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
$88,275.00
2,100.00
5,500.00
200.00
$96,075.00
20,000.00
$76,075.00
$89,515.00
$1,620.00
960.00
720.00
720.00
720.00
1,440.00
720.00
720.00
720.00
1,500.00
1,260.00
1,200.00
960.00
180.00
$13,440.00
500.00
250.00
500.00
1,800.00
1,500.00
3,000.00
5,475.00
1,750.00
150.00
500.00
$28,865.00
DEPARTMENT OP THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL—Continued.
67. County Gaols—Continued.
(6.) Oakalla Prison Farm—Continued.
Brought forward   $104,559.00   $13,905.00     $970,028.00
Expenses—Continued.
Medical attendance and hospital supplies
Good Conduct Fund 	
Sheet-metal Plant—Machinery, material,
etc., less sales	
Incidentals and contingencies 	
0,8,
Less estimated receipts under " Municipal Act" and miscellaneous	
2,000.00
5,500.00
25,000.00
100.00
$137,159.00
25,000.00
Total, Oakalla Prison Farm     112,159.00
Total, County Gaols, Vote No. 67..
Girls' Industrial School.
Salaries:
Superintendent       $1,620.00
Nurse and Matron	
First Assistant 	
Second Assistant 	
Third Assistant	
Teacher and Agricultural Instructor.
Needlewoman  	
Linen-keeper 	
Cook  	
Engineer and Janitor	
Gardener   	
Gardener   	
Clerk and Commercial Teacher	
Temporary assistance 	
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Travelling expenses, etc	
Furniture and fixtures	
Clothing, boots, etc	
Janitors' supplies, etc	
Fuel, light, water, etc	
Provisions, etc	
Medical attendance and hospital supplies..
Good Conduct Fund	
Incidentals and contingencies	
960.00
720.00
720.00
720.00
1,440.00
720.00
720.00
720.00
1,500.00
1,260.00
1,200.00
1,080.00
180.00
$13,560.00
450.00
•    225.00
1,800.00
600.00
3,500.00
■   5,600.00
1,750.00
150.00
500.00
Total of Vote No.
126,064.00
28,135.00
Carried forward   $1,124,227.00 A 32
ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Tear
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Tear
1930-31.
$190,000.00
45,000.00
$235,000.00
$29,000.00
22,000.00
36,000.00
1,000.00
3,500.00
1,350.00
1,500.00
$94,350.00
$10,500.00
$10,000.00
$1,500.00
$1,500.00
$117,850.00
$21,590.00
800,000.00
$821,590.00
$950,000.00
$1,771,590.00
$3,174,265.00
DEPARTMENT OP THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL—Continued.
Game Branch.
Brought forward '. ,....   $1,124,227.00
Administration of " Game Act ":
Salaries and expenses  $201,000.00
Bounties on and extermination of noxious animals
(including salaries and expenses)	
Total of Vote No. 69..
Miscellaneous Votes.
70. Administration of Justice :
Summoning and paying witnesses     $27,000.00
Grand and petit jurors (including drawing panels, etc.)      23,000.00
Prosecutions and Interpreters      35,000.00
Rewards   (fugitive offenders)         1,000.00
Stenographers,   transcripts,   etc.   (Criminal Courts)            3,500.00
Stipendiary     Magistrates     (provisional
allowances)            1,350.00
Contingencies   arising   out   of   prosecutions          1,000.00
Total of Vote No. 70  $91,850.00
71. Coroners' Inquests and Inquiries ,.. 15,000.00
72. Constitutional Litigation and General Law Costs  10,000.00
73. Promotion of Uniformity of Legislation in Canada.— 1,500.00
74. Incidentals and Contingencies (not otherwise provided
for)  ;	
Total, Miscellaneous Votes	
1,350.00
Authorized by Statute.
1 Mothers' Pensions Act," Sec. 10 :
Salaries and expenses     $19,270.00
Pensions      800,000.00
819,270.00
' Government Liquor Act," Sec. 118 (1)   (c) :
Municipalities—Share of profits 1,000,000.00
201,000.00
119,700.00
Statutory Expenditure       1,819,270.00
Total, Department of the Attorney-General $3,264,197.00 ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
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Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of STOTCVLPIT! Fiscal Year
Vote. bJUKVlOE. 1930-31.
DEPARTMENT OP EDUCATION.
75. Minister's Office.
Salaries:
Minister of Education  $7,500.00
Secretary   2,160.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,200.00
$10,860.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  360.00
Travelling expenses, etc  1,350.00
Total of Vote No. 75        $12,570.00
76. General Office.
Salaries:
Deputy Minister and  Superintendent of Education $5,000.00
Assistant Superintendent of Education  3,960.00
Registrar    2,760.00
Chief Clerk   2,520.00
Clerk   1,800.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,500.00
Clerk   1,080.00
Clerk-Stenographer  1,140.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,020.00
Two Stenographers @ $900  1,800.00
Temporary assistance  600.00
$23,180.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  8,550.00
Travelling expenses, etc  630.00
Total of Vote No. 76  32,360.00
77. Free Text-book Branch.
Salaries:
Officer in Charge   $2,320.00
•    Clerk   1,800.00
Clerk   1,140.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,092.00
Stenographer  780.00
Temporary assistance   1,260.00
$8,392.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  3,150.00
Text-books,  maps,  etc.,  less  estimated  amount  of
sales   103,300.00
Total of Vote No. 77        114,842.00
Carried forward  ..       $159,772.00
$7,500.00
1,800.00
1,200.00
$10,500.00
450.00
1,950.00
$12,900.00
$5,000.00
3,960.00
2,640.00
2,400.00
1,700.00
1,224.00
1,050.00
960.00
1,680.00
600.00
$21,214.00
9,500.00
700.00
$31,414.00
$2,200.00
1,620.00
960.00
1,200.00
$5,980.00
5,000.00
76,000.00
$86,980.00 A 34
ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
$3,420.00
2,000.00
780.00
$6,200.00
200.00
$6,400.00
$6,400.00
$2,520.00
990.00
900.00
600.00
$5,010.00
1,000.00
$6,010.00
$12,410.00
$3,480.00
2,620.00
1,020.00
840.00
300.00
$8,260.00
DEPARTMENT OP EDUCATION—Continued.
Brought forward        $159,772.00
78. Correspondence Courses.
(a.) High Schools.
Salaries:
Officer in Charge   $3,420.00
Five Correspondence Instructors   9,500.00
Part-time Instructors   2,000.00
Clerk   1,080.00
Clerk-Stenographer   780.00
Stenographer  780.00
Temporary assistance  720.00
$18,280.00
Expenses :
Office supplies, etc        4,050.00
Travelling expenses, etc  225.00
Science equipment  •.         1,500.00
Incidentals   700.00
,      Total,   High   School   Correspondence Courses      $24,755.00
Less fees        7,000.00
$17,755.00
(6.) Elementary Schools.
Salaries :
Officer in Charge  '.  $2,520.00
Correspondence Instructor .-.  1,044.00
Correspondence Instructor   996.00
Correspondence Instructor   840.00
Temporary assistance   1,200.00
$6,600.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  900.00
Total, Elementary School Correspondence
Courses         7,500.00
Total of Vote No. 78  25,255.00
79. Industrial Education.
Salaries:
Organizer   3,480.00
Director of Home Economics  2,740.00
Clerk-Stenographer   960.00
Two Stenographers @ $780  1,560.00
Temporary assistance   400.00
Carried forward        $9,140.00     $185,027.00 ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
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Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
$8,260.00
2,100.00
3,200.00
28,000.00
34,000.00
$75,560.00
$7,000.00
(15) 47,640.00
(5)  17,740.00
960.00
420.00
$73,760.00
5,600.00
28,000.00
$107,360.00
9,870.00
$97,490.00
$3,800.00
3,320.00
16,000.00
3,020.00
2,400.00
2,120.00
2,120.00
2,000.00
840.00
1,260.00
1,260.00
665.00
$38,805.00
DEPARTMENT OP EDUCATION—-Continued.
79. Industrial Education—Continued.
Brought forward  ,    ■ $9,140.00     $185,027.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc         1,890.00
Travelling expenses, etc        2,250.00
Grants in aid of industrial, commercial, household
science    education,    manual-training    equipment,
agriculture, etc      28,200.00
Night-schools       41,000.00
Total of Vote No. 79 *  82,480.00
80. Inspection of Schools.
Salaries:
Two Inspectors of High Schools   $7,000.00
Sixteen Inspectors of Schools   50,360.00
Pour Municipal Inspectors of Schools   14,340.00
Stenographer   990.00
Stenographer (part time)   240.00
$72,930.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        4,500.00
Travelling expenses, etc      26,100.00
$103,530.00
Less portion of salaries and expenses of Municipal
Inspectors paid by School Boards        9,020.00
Total of Vote No. 80   94,510.00
81. Normal Schools.
(a.)  Vancouver.
Salaries:
Principal  $3,800.00
Assistant Master   3,320.00
Five Assistant Masters @ $3,200   16,000.00
Assistant Master   2,900.00
Assistant Mistress   2,400.00
Assistant Mistress   2,240.00
Assistant Mistress   2,100.00
Home Economics Mistress   2,000.00
Clerk-Stenographer   840.00
Engineer and Gardener   1,260.00
Janitor    1,260.00
Gardener (part time)   665.00
Carried  forward    $38,7S5.00
$362,017.00 A 36
ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Tear
1930-31.
$38,805.00
3,000.00
400.00
2,200.00
1,600.00
1,000.00
$47,005.00
7,000.00
$40,005.00
(2)
$3,800.00
3,320.00
6,400.00
3,020.00
4,360.00
2,000.00
2,060.00
1,680.00
1,680.00
1,380.00
1,260.00
960.00
1,260.00
1,260.00
$34,440.00
3,600.00
400.00
2,900.00
6,000.00
800.00
$48,140.00
6,000.00
$42,140.00
$82,145.00
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued.
81. Normal Schools—Continued.
(a.)  Vancouver—Continued.
Brought forward     $38,785.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  2,700.00
Travelling expenses, etc  360.00
Fuel, light, water, etc  2,500.00
Students' mileage  1,600.00
Incidentals  1,200.00
$47,145.00
Less Normal School fees, estimated at..       8,000.00
Total, Normal School, Vancouver      $39,145.00
$362,017.00
(B.)  Victoria.
Salaries:
Principal   	
Assistant Master 	
Three Assistant Masters @ $3,200 	
Assistant Master 	
Two Assistant Mistresses @ $2,300	
Assistant Mistress 	
Principal, Model School 	
Teacher, Model School 	
Engineer	
Assistant Engineer 	
Janitor  	
Clerk-Stenographer 	
Gardener   	
Two Gardeners (part time)	
$3,800.00
3,320.00
9,600.00
3,140.00
4,600.00
2,120.00
2,100.00
1,780.00
960.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Travelling expenses, etc.
Fuel, light, water, etc	
Students' mileage	
Incidentals and contingencies
Less Normal School fees, estimated at.
$31,420.00
2,790.00
360.00
5,500.00
800.00
$40,870.00
6,000.00
Total, Normal School, Victoria       34,870.00
Total, all Normal Schools, Vote No. 81 	
74,015.00
Carried forward       $436,032.00 ESTIMATES   (1930-31).
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Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
$24,620.00
1,200.00
100.00
2,900.00
1,000.00
4,000.00
600.00
$34,420.00
3,000.00
$31,420.00
$1,430,000.00
206,000.00
$1,636,000.00
$575,000.00
130,000.00
$705,000.00
$175,000.00
$4,800.00
$38,500.00
21,500.00
$17,000.00
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION—Continued.
Brought forward       $436,032.00
82. School for the Deaf and the Blind.
Salaries:
Principal and staff, including household assistance.. $24,620.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  1,035.00
Travelling expenses, etc  90.00
Fuel, light, water, etc  3,000.00
Furniture, fixtures, and equipment   500.00
Provisions, etc  4,000.00
Incidentals and contingencies   600.00
Less fees for extra-provincial children
Total of Vote No. 82 	
$33,845.00
3,400.00
30,445.00
83.
Per Capita Grants.
(a.) Cities and municipalities  $1,440,000.00
(&.)  Rural school districts  , -    225.000.00
84.
Total, Per Capita Grants, Vote No. 83     1,665,000.00
Teachers' Salaries.
(a.) Assisted schools (as per Schedule) }
(b.)  E. & N. Railway Belt (as per Schedule) f
Total, Teachers' Salaries, Vote No. 84	
$725,000.00
85. School Buildings.
Erection of new buildings and maintenance and repairs of school
buildings and special aid to districts	
Miscellaneous Votes.
86. Rural Female Teachers' Welfare Officer—Salary and
and Expenses       $3,500.00
87. Education    of    Soldiers'    Dependent    Children    and
Expenses       12,000.00
88. Grants to Libraries         4,000.00
89. Examination of Teachers and High School
Entrance Classes      $45,000.00
Less estimated amount of examination
fees    „      24,500.00
725,000.00
135,000.00
Total, Vote No. 89, for Examinations      20,500.00
Carried forward    $40,000.00  $2,991,477.00 A 38
ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
$54,000.00
21,000.00
3,600.00
9,000.00
$109,400.00
$566,000.00
12,700.00
2,000.00
10,000.00
7,500.00
5,000.00
5,000.00
15,000.00
$623,200.00
$3,678,919.00
570,000.00
$4,248,919.00
$7,500.00
2,400.00
1,200.00
$11,100.00
480.00
1,000.00
$12,580.00
DEPARTMENT OP EDUCATION—Continued.
Miscellaneous Votes—Continued.
Brought forward      $40,000.00  $2,991,477.00
90. Conveying Children to Central Schools      62,000.00
91. Summer Schools       24,000.00
92. B.C. Musical Festival Association  750.00
....   National Conference on Education	
93. Incidentals and contingencies          6,000.00
Total, Miscellaneous Votes         132,750.00
94. University of British Columbia.
(«.) General grant (including salary increases, special
lectures in methods, and additional appointments) $566,000.00
(b.) Teacher Training Course       12,700.00
(d.)  Additional allowance for summer session        4,000.00
(e.) Playfields and campus development	
(/.) Research equipment  	
(g.)  Chair in Home Economics  *
(h.) Chair in Commerce         5,000.00
(i.) Accommodation for Home Economies to supplement Women's Fund	
Total of Vote No. 94         587,700.00
To be voted     $3,711,927.00
Authorized by Statute.
" Public Schools Act Amendment Act," Chap. 74, 1918, Sec. 26:
Advances re rural district school taxes        595,000.00
Note.—Reimbursed to Consolidated Revenue Fund as collected.
See Estimated Revenue, Department of Finance, fiscal year
1929-30.
Total for Educational Purposes     $4,306,927.00
DEPARTMENT OP FINANCE.
95. Minister's Office.
Salaries:
Minister of Finance      $7,500.00
Secretary         2,520.00
Stenographer        1,260.00
$11,280.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  480.00
Travelling expenses,  etc        1,200.00
Total of Vote No. 93.        $12,960.00
Carried forward         $12,960.00 ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
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Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
$8,000.00
2,940.00
2,640.00
2,640.00
2,200.00
2,000.00
2,000.00
3,344.00
1,284.00
1,140.00
1,140.00
960.00
960.00
840.00
1,080.00
720.00
$33,888.00
2,600.00
650.00
1,000.00
$38,138.00
$3,300.00
1,800.00
900.00
1,560.00
$7,560.00
700.00
2,500.00
300.00
$11,060.00
$7,500.00
3,540.00
$11,040.00
DEPARTMENT OP FINANCE—Continued.
Brought forward  '.        $12,960.00
96. General Office.
Salaries:
Deputy Minister of Finance  $8,000.00
Inspector of Revenue  3,060.00
Chief Clerk   2,760.00
Paymaster   2,760.00
Securities Clerk   2,300.00
Cashier   2,100.00
Statistician    2,100.00
Two Clerks @ $1,800  3,600.00
Clerk   1,500.00
Clerk   1,380.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,500.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,320.00
Stenographer   1,140.00
Stenographer  1,092.00
Stenographer  840.00
Junior Clerk  1,200.00
Junior Clerk  720.00
$37,372:00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        2,800.00
Travelling expenses, etc  750.00
Legal expenses, etc        1,000.00
Total of Vote No. 96  41,922.00
97. Inspector of Trust Companies, Probate and Succession Duties.
Salaries:
Inspector and Assessor  $3,480.00
Clerk   1,800.00
Stenographer     930.00
Two Stenographers @ $840  1,680.00
$7,890.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  500.00
Valuators         2,500.00
Travelling expenses, etc  500.00
Total of Vote No. 97  11,390.00
Controlling and Audit Branch.
General Office.
Salaries:
Comptroller-General       $7,500.00
Deputy Comptroller-General         3,540.00
Carried forward     $11,040.00
$66,272.00 A 40
ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Tear
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Tear
1930-31.
$11,040.00
2,200.00
1,080.00
3,120.00
2,400.00
2,160.00
3,840.00
2,640.00
2,000.00
1,900.00
3,720.00
1,800.00
1,700.00
2,804.00
1,500.00
780.00
840.00
$45,524.00
1,000.00
3,588.00
$50,112.00
1,500.00
$48,612.00
$5,400.00
3,120.00
1,900.00
1,600.00
1,140.00
960.00
960.00
100.00
$15,180.00
3,600.00
<■■
$11,580.00
DEPARTMENT OP FINANCE—Continued.
Controlling and Audit Branch—Continued.
General Office—Continued.
Brought forward     $11,040.00       $66,272.00
Salaries—Continued.
Accountant  2,220.00
Secretary   1,140.00
Auditor of Revenue  3,120.00
Travelling Auditor  2,400.00
Travelling Auditor  2,280.00
Two Travelling Auditors @ $2,040  4,080.00
Auditor of Disbursements  2,760.00
Chief Clerk  2,100.00
Public Accounts Clerk  1,920.00
Two Clerks © $1,920  3,840.00
Clerk   1,900.00
Clerk   1,800.00
Two Clerks @ $1,500  3,000.00
Clerk   960.00
Junior Clerk   600.00
Cheque-writer   B00.00
$46,060.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        2,000.00
New equipment, including temporary operators' salaries and expenses        3,500.00
Travelling expenses         5,000.00
$56,560.00
Less Audit fee from Liquor Control Board        1,500.00
Total, General Office     $55,060.00
Purchasing Agent's Office.
Salaries:
Purchasing Agent   $5,400.00
Assistant Purchasing Agent   3,120.00
Clerk   1,920.00
Clerk'  1,620.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,260.00
Stenographer  1,020.00
Stenographer  840.00
Temporary assistance   100.00
$15,2S0.00
Less part salary of Purchasing Agent
paid by Liquor Control Board        3,600.00
Carried forward      $11,680.00   $55,060.00       $66,272.00 ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
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Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Tear
1930-31.
$11,580.00
1,050.00
500.00
300.00
$13,430.00
$62,042.00
$3,960.00
2,100.00
1,900.00
1,572.00
1,572.00
1,600.00
1,512.00
1,536.00
1,800.00
1,020.00
1,020.00
1,020.00
930.00
720.00
3,500.00
$25,762.00
6,000.00
3,000.00
3,000.00
9,000.00
25,000.00
$71,762.00
t        $3,960.00
3,240.00
$7,200.00
DEPARTMENT OP FINANCE—Continued.
98. Controlling and Audit Branch—Continued.
Purchasing Agent's Office—Continued.
Brought forward  $11,680.00    $55,060.00       $66,272.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  1,500.00
Advertising for tenders,  etc.   (formerly
paid by departments ordering goods).. 2,000.00
Telegrams, etc  500.00
Travelling expenses, etc  500.00
Total, Purchasing Agent's Office       16,180.00
•     Total of Vote No. 98  71,240.00
99. Surveyor of Taxes.
(a.) Real Property, Amusements, and Gasoline Taxes.
Salaries:
Surveyor of Taxes       $3,960.00
Chief Clerk   2,220.00
Clerk in Charge, Amusements Tax  2,000.00
Clerk   1,620.00     •
Clerk   1,700.00
Clerk  1,700.00
Clerk   1,584.00
Clerk and Inspector  ,  1,620.00
Status Clerk and Surveyor   1,900.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,176.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,140.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,212.00
Stenographer   1,020.00
Junior Clerk   840.00
Temporary assistance   7,000.00
$30,692.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  6,500.00
Travelling expenses, etc  1,500.00
Courts of Revision and Appeal   3,000.00
Commission on collection of general revenue  15,000.00
Timber-cruising    15,000.00
Total,  Section  (a)       $71,692.00
(&.) Income, Output, and Corporation Taxes.
Salaries:
Commissioner of Income Tax      $3,960.00
Senior Auditor         3,240.00
Carried forward       $7,200.00   $71,692.00     $137,512.00 A 42
ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
$7,200.00
2,540.00
2,220.00
1,920.00
1,800.00
2,120.00
1,820.00
1,620.00
1,500.00
1,272.00
540.00
960.00
1,680.00
780.00
2,000.00
$29,972.00
6,000.00
4,500.00
1,500.00
1,000.00
$42,972.00
$114,734.00
$8,000.00
4,020.00
1,600.00
4,200.00
$17,820.00
3,000.00
1,750.00
4,200.00
$26,770.00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
99. Surveyor of Taxes—Continued.
(&.)  Income, Output, and Corporation Taxes—Continued.
Brought forward      $7,200.00   $71,692.00     $137,512.00
Salaries—Continued.
Senior Auditor   2,660.00
Auditor   2,340.00
Auditor   2,020.00
Two Auditors @ $1,800   3,600.00
Special Auditor   2,100.00
Chief Clerk   2,120.00
Audit Clerk   1,920.00
Audit Clerk   1,500.00
Clerk   1,572.00
Clerk   1,344.00
Junior Clerk   780.00
Stenographer  1,092.00
Two Stenographers @ $900   1,800.00
Two Stenographers @ $780   1,560.00
Temporary assistance  1,200.00
$34,808.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc         5,000.00
Travelling expenses, etc        2,500.00
Courts of Revision and Appeal         2,000.00
Advertising, general   500.00
Total, Section (&)       44,808.00
Total of Vote No. 99        116,500.00
100. Agent-General's Office, B.C. House, and Overseas Markets
Branch, London, England.
Salaries:
Agent-General   $8,000.00
Secretary  4,020.00
Chief Clerk  1,800.00
Office Staff  4,500.00
$18,320.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        3,000.00
Allowance, travelling and other expenses        1,750.00
Advertising and subscriptions to publications, etc        8,500.00
  •
Total, Agent-General's Office     $31,570.00
Carried forward     $31,570.00     $254,012.00 ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
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Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Tear
1930-31.
$12,125.00
12,125.00
10,000.00
7,000.00
400.00
3,300.00
3,000.00
1,200.00
$49,150.00
$75,920.00
71,000.00
$4,920.00
$4,920.00
$2,340.00
1,700.00
1,572.00
1,050.00
600.00
$7,262.00
1,689.00
$8,951.00
DEPARTMENT OP FINANCE— Continued.
100. Agent-General's Office, B.C. House, and Overseas Markets
Branch, London, England—Continued.
Brought forward     $31,570.00     $254,012.00
British Columbia House, London, England.
Interest on mortgage   $12,125.00
Ground-rent   12,125.00
Rates and taxes   9,200.00
Maintenance and repairs to buildings   7,500.00
Insurance   680.00
Fuel and light  3,000.00
Cleaning and Janitors' supplies   3,200.00
Incidentals and contingencies  1,000.00
Total, B.C. House       48,830.00
$80,400.00
Less rents from B.C. House, estimated at      73,000.00
Total,   Agent-General's   Office   and   B.C.
House        $7,400.00
Overseas Markets Branch.
Salaries:
Markets Representative      $4,000.00
Clerk          1,644.00
$5,644.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  350.00
Allowance, travelling and other expenses       1,500.00
Total, Markets Branch         7,494.00
Total of Vote No. 100  .'.  14,894.00
101. Government Agents and Assessors, etc.
Alberni Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent and Collector       $2,460.00
Deputy Assessor   2,120.00
Clerk and Registrar  1,800.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Stenographer  1,248.00
Janitor  600.00
$9,848.00
Expenses           1,754.00
Total, Alberni Agency      $11,602.00
Carried forward      $11,602.00     $268,906.00 A 44
ESTIMATES   (1930-31).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
N°-t°f                                                  SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Contii
101.                   Government Agents and Assessors, etc.—C
nrnunh.t  forward  	
ued.
ontinued.
$11,602.00
3,350.00
7,062.00
7,345.00
3,050.00
4,290.00
$268,906.00
$2,100.00
1,117.00
Anyox Agency
Salaries:
Government Agent	
Expenses   	
Total, Anyox Agency	
Ashcroft Sub-agei
Salaries:
Assessor and Collector 	
$2,220.00
1,130.00
icy.
$2,280.00
1,620.00
900.00
200.00
. $3,217.00
$2,220.00
1,492.00
1,020.00
Clerk 	
Stenographer 	
Temporary assistance 	
Expenses	
Total, Ashcroft Sub-agency	
Atlin Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent and Collector	
Deputy Mining Recorder and Clerk	
v      $4,732.00
1,988.40
$5,000.00
2,062.00
$6,720.40
$2,400.00
1,800.00
820.00
$2,400.00
1,700.00
820.00
Janitor  	
Expenses   	
Total, Atlin Agency	
Barkerville Sub-ag
Salaries:
Gold Commissioner and Mining Recorder
Deputy Mining Recorder	
$4,920.00
2,590.00
$5,020.00
2,325.00
$7,510.00
ency.
$1,900.00
500.00
$1,900.00
500.00
Total, Barkerville Sub-agency .
Clinton Sub-agcn
Salaries:
Government Sub-agent 	
$2,400.00
746.00
$2,400.00
050.00
$3,146.00
cy.
$1,920.00
1,020.00
$1,900.00
930.00
Stenographer   	
Expenses  	
Total, Clinton Sub-agency	
Carried forward 	
N
$2,830.00
1,825.00
$2,940.00
1,350.00
$4,655.00
$36,699.00
$268,906.00 ESTIMATES   (1930-31).
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Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Tote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Tear
1930-31.
$2,400.00
2,260.00
2,220.00
2,220.00
1,572.00
1,344.00
840.00
840.00
900.00
1,140.00
$15,736.00
4,634.00
$20,370.00
$2,520.00
2,040.00
2,040.00
1,572.00
1,524.00
1,212.00
840.00
$11,748.00
4,001.00
$15,749.00
$2,340.00
1,740.00
2,100.00
$6,180.00
2,315.00
~$8,495.00
DEPARTMENT OP FINANCE—Continued.
101. Government Agents and Assessors, etc.—Continued.
Brought forward     $36,699.00     $268,906.00
Cranbrook Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent  $2,520.00
Deputy Assessor  2,100.00
Collector and Deputy Registrar  2,200.00
Mining Recorder  2,220.00
•          Clerk   1,620.00
Cashier and Clerk  1,080.00
Stenographer   840.00
Two Stenographers @ $780  1,560.00
Junior Clerk	
Janitor    1,140.00
Temporary assistance   250.00
$15,530.00
Expenses           4,504.00
Total, Cranbrook Agency       20,034.00
Cumberland Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent and Collector  $2,640.00
Assessor   2,160.00
Deputy Assessor  1,920.00
Deputy Collector  1,680.00
Clerk and Special Collector  1,620.00
Clerk   1,020.00
Clerk   1,524.00
Clerk   1,284.00
Stenographer   960.00
Stenographer  900.00
$16,308.00
Expenses           4,722.00
Total, Cumberland Agency      21,030.00
Duncan Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent and Collector        $2,460.00
Deputy Assessor          1,840.00
Two Clerk-Stenographers @ $1,176         2,352.00
$6,652.00
Expenses        2,425.00
Total, Duncan Agency         9,077.00
Carried forward      $86,840.00     $268,906.00 A 46
ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Tear
1930-81.
$2,140.00
1,700.00
900.00
1,260.00
$6,000.00
1,812.00
$7,812.00
$1,920.00
985.00
$2,905.00
$2,340.00
2,000.00
900.00
1,032.00
$6,272.00
2,115.00
$8,387.00
$2,020.00
1,140.00
$3,16000
1,300.00
$4,460.00
$2,020.00
1,400.00
$3,420.00
DEPARTMENT OP FINANCE—Continued.
101. Government Agents and Assessors, etc.—Continued.
Brought forward     $86,840.00     $268,906.00
Fernie Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent      $2,140.00
Clerk  :        1,800.00
Stenographer  930.00
Janitor         1,260.00
■  •
$6,130.00
Expenses        1,472.00
Total, Pernie Agency         7,602.00
Fort Eraser Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent      $1,920.00
Expenses  900.00
Total, Port Fraser Agency         2,820.00
Golden Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent and Collector       $2,460.00
Assessor  '.        2,100.00
Clerk         1,500.00
Stenographer	
Janitor           1,200.00
$7,260.00
Expenses        1,740.00
Total, Golden Agency         9,000.00
Grand Forks Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Government Sub-agent       $2,020.00
Janitor         1,140.00
$3,160.00
Expenses        1,270.00
Total, Grand Forks Sub-agency         4,430.00
Greetnoood Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Government Sub-agent        $2,120.00
Expenses        1,300.00
Total, Greenwood Sub-agency        3,420.00
Carried forward   $114,112.00     $268,906.00 ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
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Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
$2,820.00
2,320.00
2,000.00
1,700.00
1,212.00
1,212.00
1,080.00
1,050.00
990.00
780.00
1,260.00
$16,424.00
4,350.00
$20,774.00
$2,340.00
2,160.00
1,620.00
2,868.00
960.00
1,140.00
$11,088XK)
702.00
$10,386.00
3,079.65
"$13,465.65
$2,140.00
1,572.00
1,680.00
$5,392.00
2,808.00
$8,200.00
DEPARTMENT OP FINANCE—Continued.
101. Government Agents and Assessors, etc.—Continued.
Brought forward   $114,112.00     $268,906.00
Kamloops Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent  $2,940.00
Assessor  2,400.00
Collector   2,340.00
Clerk   1,500.00
Clerk  1,380.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,380.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,140.00
Stenographer   1,140.00
Stenographer   780.00
Junior Clerk   840.00
Janitor    1,260.00
$17,100.00
Expenses        4,185.00
Total, Kamloops Agency       21,285.00
Kaslo Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent and Collector   $2,460.00
Assessor   2,280.00
Clerk  :  1,720.00
Two Clerks @ $1,536   3,072.00
Stenographer  960.00
Janitor    1,140.00
$11,632.00
Less Public Works Department,  half
Clerk's salary   768.00
* " '
$10,864.00
Expenses        2,789.00
Total, Kaslo Agency  :      13,653.00
•   Lillooet Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Assessor and Collector .'....     $2,260.00
Clerk         1,620.00
Two Stenographers @ $900  1,800.00
$5,680.00
Expenses        3,028.00
Total, Lillooet Sub-agency  !        8,708.00
Carried forward   $157,758.00     $268,906.00 A 48
ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Tear
1930-31.
$1,920.00
960.00
840.00
1,140.00
$4,860.00
1,165.00
$6,025.00
$2,340.00
2*080.00
1,900.00
1,700.00
1,140.00
1,020.00
840.00
840.00
1,320.00
$13,180.00
4,173.35
$17,353.35
$2,820.00
, 2,100.00
1,980.00
1,700.00
1,572.00
1,344.00
840.00
1,170.00
1,080.00
900.00
780.00
1,200.00
$17,486.00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
101. Government Agents and Assessors, etc.—Continued.
Brought forward   $157,758.00     $268,906.00
Merritt Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Government Sub-agent       $2,040.00
Clerk-Stenographer         1,140.00
Stenographer  840.00
Janitor           1,140.00
$5,160.00
- Expenses         1,010.00
Total, Merritt Sub-agency         6,170.00
Nanaimo Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent and Collector  $2,460.00
Assessor    2,200.00
Deputy Assessor  1,980.00
Special Collector :  1,500.00
Two Clerk-Stenographers @ $1,380  2,760.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,176.00
Stenographer  930.00
Stenographer   900.00
Janitor    1,320.00
$15,226.00
Expenses        4,255.00
Total, Nanaimo Agency        19,481.00
Nelson Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent        $2,940.00
Assessor         2,520.00
Collector         2,520.00
Clerk        1,800.00
Clerk         1,620.00
Clerk 	
Junior Clerk          1,080.00
Junior Clerk   900.00
Clerk-Stenographer          1,212.00
Stenographer        1,140.00
Stenographer	
Stenographer  900.00
Stenographer  840.00
Janitor           1,200.00
Carried forward      $18,672.00 $183,409.00
268,906.00 ESTIMATES   (1930-31).
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Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Tear
1930-31.
$17,486.00
4,305.00
$21,791.00
$2,820.00
1,900.00
1,800.00
1,080.00
900.00
900.00
1,500.00
1,260.00
1,080.00
2,760.00
2,140.00
1,800.00
l,500v00
900.00
840.00
780.00
780.00
900.00
"$25,640.00
720.00
"$24^92000
7,043.00
$31,963.00
$1,900.00
443.95
$2,343.95
$2,520.00
2,240.00
$4,760.00
4
DEPARTMENT OP FINANCE—Continued.
101. Government Agents and Assessors, etc.—Continued.
Nelson Agency—Continued.
Brought forward     $18,672.00 $183,409.00     $268,906.00
Expenses           4,600.00
Total, Nelson Agency      23,272.00
New Westminster Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent's Office.
Government Agent  $2,940.00
Clerk and Mining Recorder  1,980.00
Clerk   1,900.00
Clerk   1,152.00
Stenographer  948.00
Stenographer  780.00
Chief Janitor   1,500.00
Janitor    1,260.00
Janitor and Night-watchman  1,080.00
Assessor's Office.
Assessor  2,880.00
Collector   2,260.00
Deputy Assessor  1,920.00
Clerk   1,500.00
Stenographer  948.00
Stenographer  900.00
Stenographer   840.00
Stenographer  780.00
Junior Clerk  960.00
$26,528.00
Less refund for registration of voters.. 720.00
. $25,808.00
Expenses            7,600.00
Total, New Westminster Agency      33,408.00
New Denver Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Mining Recorder       $1,900.00
Expenses     443.00
Total, New Denver Sub-agency        2,343.00
Penticton Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent      $2,640.00
'Assessor          2,240.00
Carried forward       $4,880.00 $242,432.00     $268,906.00 A 50
ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Tear
1930-31.
$4,760.00
1,800.00
1,700.00
1,320.00
1,080.00
780.00
720.00
$12,160.00
6,015.00
$18,175.00
$2,160.00
2,040.00
1,644.00
$5,844.00
2,620.00
$8,464.00
$2,340.00
2,140.00
2,040.00
1,700.00
1,572.00
900.00
1,020.00
(2) 1,860.00
1,260.00
$14,832.00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
101. Government Agents and Assessors, etc.—Continued.
Penticton Agency—Continued.
Brought foricard       $4,880.00 $242,432.00
Salaries—Continued.
Deputy Collector   1,900.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Clerk   1,320.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,080.00
Stenographer  780.00
Junior Clerk   780.00
$12,360.00
Expenses           4,450.00
Total, Penticton Agency       16,810.00
Pouce Coupe Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent (salary, $2,040 ; living
allowance, $120)       $2,160.00
Assessor   (salary,  $1,920;   living allowance, $120)           2,040.00
Clerk  (salary, $1,596;   living allowance,
$120)          1,716.00
Clerk-Stenographer          1,080.00
$6,996.00
Expenses        2,000.00
Total, Pouce Coupe Agency        8,996.00
Powell River Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Government Sub-agent       $2,000.00
Expenses  800.00
Total, Powell River Sub-agency.        2,800.00
Prince George Agency.
Salaries :
Government Agent  $2,460.00
Assessor  2,260.00
Collector   2,260.00
Clerk   1,700.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Junior Clerk   960.00
Stenographer  1,044.00
Three Stenographers @ $900   2,700.00
Janitor    1,260.00
Carried forward     $16,264.00 $271,038.00
$268,906.00
268,906.00 ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
A 51
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
$14,832.00
7,931.40
$22,763.40
$2,340.00
2,400.00
1,800.00
1,760.00
1,620.00
1,620.00
1,080.00
1,080.00
960.00
900.00
1,260.00
720.00
1,380.00
$18,920.00
9,045.00
$27,965.00
$2,340.00
1,020.00
$3,360.00
1,360.00
$4,720.00
$2,340.00
2,160.00
3,192.00
840.00
550.00
$9,082.00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
101. Government Agents and Assessors, etc.—Continued.
Prince George Agency—Continued.
Brought forward      $16,264.00 $271,038.00     $268,906.00
Expenses        7,700.00
Total, Prince George Agency       23,964.00
Prince Rupert Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent      $2,400.00
Assessor         2,520.00
Collector        1,920.00
Clerk          1,800.00
Clerk 	
Clerk          1,572.00
Clerk	
Junior Clerk   900.00
Clerk-Stenographer    •    1,320.00
Clerk-Stenographer         1,200.00
Stenographer  900.00
Stenographer ,  780.00
Janitor   ,         1,260.00
Assistant Janitor   720.00
Engineer          1,440.00
$18,732.00
Expenses        8,435.00
Total, Prince Rupert Agency       27,167.00
Princeton Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Gold Commissioner and Mining Recorder     $2,340.00
Stenographer  780.00
$3,120.00
Expenses        1,575.00
Total, Princeton Sub-agency        4,695.00
Qucsnel Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent       $2,340.00
Assessor  :        2,220.00
Two Clerks @ $1,620        3,240.00
Stenographer   900.00
Janitor  	
Carried forward       $8,700.00 $326,864.00     $268,906.00 A 52
ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Tear
1930-31.
$9,082.00
3,425.00
$12,507.00
$1,020.00
509.00
$1,529.00
$2,460.00
2,040.00
1,820.00
1,464.00
1,050.00
(1) 780.00
1,260.00
$10,874.00
4,300.00
$15,174.00
$1,900.00
1,140.00
$3,040.00
1,125.00
$4,165.00
DEPARTMENT OP FINANCE—Continued.
101. Government Agents and Assessors, etc.—Continued.
Quesnel Agency—Continued.
Brought forward       $8,700.00 $326,864.00     $26S,906.00
Expenses        3,360.00
Total, Quesnel Agency        12,060.00
Queen Charlotte Island Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Mining Recorder          $840.00
Expenses  450.00
Total, Queen Charlotte Island Sub-agency       1,290.00
Revclstoke Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent and Collector  $2,580.00
Assessor   2,160.00
Mining Recorder   1,860.00
Clerk   1,536.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,092.00
Two Stenographers @ $780  1,560.00
Janitor    1,260.00
$12,048.00
Expenses        4,029.00
Total, Revelstoke Agency  .-...      16,077.00
Rossland Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Government Sub-agent       $2,000.00
Janitor   ,         1,140.00
Stenographer  '.  780.00
$3,920.00
Expenses        1,140.00
Total, Rossland Sub-agency         5,060.00
Salmon Arm Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Government Sub-agent        $1,800.00
Clerk          1,500.00
$3,300.00
Expenses .'.  500.00
Total, Salmon Arm Sub-agency         3,800.00
Carried forward   $365,151.00     $268,906.00- ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
A 53
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Tear
1930-31.
$2,340.00
2,280.00
1,900.00
1,900.00
1,524.00
1,572.00
1,500.00
960.00
780.00
$14,756.00
5,710.00
$20,466.00
$1,620.00
840.00
$2,460.00
888.00
$3,348.00
$1,960.00
940.00
$2,900.00
$3,420.00
2,200.00
1,700.00
1,572.00
900.00
990.00
$10,782.00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
101. Government Agents and Assessors, etc.—Continued.
Brought forward   $365,151.00     $268,906.00
Smithers Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent   $2,340.00
Assessor    2,400.00
Mining Recorder   1,920.00
Collector  1,800.00
Clerk   1,572.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Clerk  1,500.00
Stenographer  960.00
Stenographer  840.00
Temporary assistance  720.00
$15,672.00
Expenses        5,930.00
Total, Smithers Agency       21,602.00
Stewart Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Mining Recorder        $1,620.00
Stenographer   840.00
$2,460.00
Expenses  888.00
Total, Stewart Sub-agency          3,348.00
Telegraph Creek Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent and Assessor      $2,040.00
Expenses  940.00
Total, Telegraph Creek Agency         2,980.00
Vancouver Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent's Office.
Government Agent  $3,540.00
Deputy Government Agent  '.  2,400.00
Clerk   1,800.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Junior Clerk  780.00
Stenographer  900.00
Carried forward     $11,040.00 $393,081.00
$268,906.00 A 54
ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Tear
1930-31.
$10,782.00
780.00
780.00
2,520.00
1,700.00
840.00
2,240.00
1,720.00
3,240.00
2,380.00
2,340.00
2,040.00
(1)
(3)
(2)
1,980.00
1,900.00
1,780.00
1,820.00
1,272.00
3,000.00
2,360.00
2,000.00
1,500.00
3,960.00
1,500.00
7,860.00
1,524.00
1,464.00
1,320.00
1,200.00
1,200.00
2,160.00
1,020.00
1,020.00
960.00
5,040.00
3,120.00
900.00
$83,222.00
DEPARTMENT OP FINANCE—Continued.
101. Government Agents and Assessors, etc.—Continued.
Vancouver Agency—Continued.
Brought forward  $11,040.00 $393,081.00
Salaries—Oo»Uw«e(Z.
Government Agent's Office—Continued.
Stenographer  840.00
Stenographer 	
Cashier and Paymaster 	
Clerk   1,800.00
Stenographer  900.00
Inspector of Amusements Tax   2,240.00
Inspector of Amusements Tax   1,800.00
Assessor and Collector's Office.
Senior Auditor and Assessor  3,360.00
Auditor   2,380.00
Auditor   2,460.00
Auditor   2,160.00
Auditor   2,220.00
Three Auditors @ $2,100  6,300.00
Audit Clerk   2,000.00
Audit Clerk   1,800.00
Inspector    1,920.00
Clerk   1,200.00
Collector and Office Manager   3,120.00
Deputy Assessor of Income  2,480.00
Chief Clerk   2,100.00
Special Collector   1,572.00
Special Collector   1,500.00
Two Inspectors @ $1,320  2,640.00
Special Inspector   1,572.00
Five Clerks @ $1,620  8,100.00
Clerk and Cashier  1,440.00
Assistant Cashier  1,200.00
Clerk   1,536.00
Clerk  '.  1,080.00
Postal Clerk  1,200.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,320.00
Clerk-Stenographer   ' 1,212.00
Stenographer  1,020.00
Stenographer  1,044.00
Stenographer  960.00
Six Stenographers @ $900  5,400.00
Four Stenographers © $840  3,360.00
Junior Clerk  900.00
Carried forward   $89,176.00 $393,081.00
268,906.00
$268,906.00 ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
A 55
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Tear
1930-31.
$83,222.00
1,920.00
1,560.00
1,440.00
1,600.00
1,620.00
1,260.00
1,380.00
1,420.00
10,080.00
1,260.00
2,040.00
1,200.00
$110,002.00
11,405.00
1,700.00
3,397.00
9,550.00
$136,054.00
$136,054.00
DEPARTMENT OP FINANCE—Continued.
101. Government Agents and Assessors, etc.—Continued.
Vancouver Agency—Continued.
Brought forward     $89,176.00 $393,081.00
Salaries—Continued.
Assessor and Collector's Office—Continued.
Two Stenographers @ $780         1,560.00
Mechanical Staff.
Engineer   2,040.00
Fireman   1,560.00
Fireman   1,440.00
Carpenter 	
Chief Janitor   1,620.00
Night-watchman  1,260.00
Night-foreman     1,380.00
Gardener and Janitor  1,420.00
Eight Janitors @ $1,260  10,080.00
Gardener and Janitor  1,260.00
Two Elevator Attendants @ $1,020  2,040.00
Commissionaire     1,200.00
Temporary assistance  1,200.00
$117,236.00
Expenses:
Office supplies         8,200.00
Travelling expenses, etc         1,700.00
Cleaning and Janitors' supplies         2,764.00
Fuel, light, water, etc        9,550.00
$268,906.00
$139,450.00
Workmen's Compensation and Labour Building.
Salaries:
Engineer   1,680.00
Chief Janitor  1,500.00
Seven Janitors ® $1,320  9,240.00
Watchman  '.  1,320.00
Elevator Attendant   1,020.00
Temporary assistance   1,000.00
$155,210.00
Expenses:
Cleaning and Janitors' supplies        1,550.00
Fuel, light, water, power, etc....        3,300.00
Total, Vancouver Agency    160,060.00
Carried forward   $553,141.00
$268,906.00 A 56
ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
$2,520.00
2,820.00
1,900.00
1,720.00
1,500.00
1,392.00
720.00
900.00
1,740.00
1,260.00
450.00
$16,922.00
6,160.00
$23,082.00
$3,120.00
2,760.00
1,800.00
1,900.00
1,900.00
1,500.00
1,500.00
1,320.00
1,320.00
780.00
1,140.00
840.00
780.00
900.00
720.00
$22,280.00
3,145.00
$25,425.00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
101. Government Agents and Assessors, etc.—Continued.
Brought forward   $553,141.00     $268,906.00
Vernon Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent        $2,520.00
Assessor          2,940.00
Clerk         2,000.00
Clerk         1,800.00
Clerk 	
Clerk          1,500.00
Clerk          1,200.00
Junior Clerk	
Stenographer  948.00
Two Stenographers @ $780         1,560.00
Janitor         1,260.00
Temporary  assistance    500.00
$16,228.00
Expenses        6,245.00
Total, Vernon Agency      22,473.00
Victoria Assessor.
Salaries:
Assessor         $3,240.00
Collector         2,880.00
Deputy Assessor         1,900.00
Deputy Collector         2,000.00
Special Collector         2,000.00
Clerk 	
Clerk          1,500.00
Clerk          1,392.00
Clerk         1,200.00
Junior Clerk   840.00'
Clerk-Stenographer 	
Stenographer  900.00
Stenographer v.  780.00
Stenographer  840.00
Junior Clerk   720.00
$20,192.00
Expenses        2,565.00
Total, Victoria Assessor      22,757.00
Carried forward  $598,371.00     $268,906.00 ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
A 57
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Tear
1930-31.
$1,900.00
960.00
1,000.00
$3,860.00
1,980.00
$5,840.00
$1,900.00
724.00
$2,624.00
$8,000.00
$570,914.75
$250.00
8,000.00
2,000.00
21,000.00
650.00
9,000.00
17,300.00
40,000.00
$98,200.00
$500,000.00
220,000.00
45,000.00
$765,000.00
$1,677,588.75
101.
Salaries:
Sub-agent 	
Clerk-Stenographer
Janitor  	
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
Government Agents and Assessors, etc.—Continued.
Brought forward  $598,371.00
Williams Lake Sub-agency.
Expenses
$2,000.00
1,200.00
1,000.00
$4,200.00
1,810.00
Total, Williams Lake Sub-agency 	
Wilmer Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Mining Recorder       $2,000.00
Expenses  550.00
6,010.00
2,550.00
8,000.00
102,
Total, Wilmer Sub-agency 	
Sundry Sub-agencies.
Commissions, salaries, and expenses	
Total, Government Agents, Assessors, etc., Vote No. 101
Miscellaneous Votes.
(a.)  Exchange    $250.00
(6.)  Printing   Public   Accounts,    Revenue   Receipts,
Bonds, Cheques, Estimates, etc  8,000.00
(c.)  Interest on Suitors' Fund Deposits, etc  2,200.00
(d.) Delinquent Extra-municipal School Taxes   18,000.00
  Premium on Insurance, Fairview Works	
(e.)  Incidentals and Contingencies   9,000.00
(/.)  Bureau of Information and Department of Industries   23,900.00
(fir.)  General Publicity   50,000.00
(ft.) Grant to City of Greenwood  ,   800.00
(i.)  Grant to City of Rossland   9,600.00
Total, Miscellaneous Votes 	
Authorized by Statute.
" Municipalities Aid Act," R.S.B.C. 1924:
Sundry Municipalities:
Sec.  2—Share of motor-vehicle  and  chauffeurs'
licences   $570,000.00
Sec. 2—Pari-mutuel taxes      210,000.00
" Superannuation Act," R.S.B.C. 1924, Sec. 11—Interest on Superannuation Fund      75,000.00
Statutory Expenditure ....
Total, Department of Finance
$268,906.00
614,931.00
121,750.00
855,000.00
$1,860,587.00 A 58
ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
$3,900.00
1,900.00
1,140.00
3,000.00
$9,940.00
2,180.00
2,500.00
3,500.00
1,000.00
7,500.00
1,000.00
$27,620.00
$4,320.00
2,220.00
1,760.00
960.00
780.00
$10,040.00
2,000.00
600.00
5,000.00
$17,640.00
$1,900.00
1,300.00
900.00
$4,100.00
450.00
$3,650.00
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Tear
1930-31.
103. DEPARTMENT OP FISHERIES.
Salaries:
Assistant to Commissioner   $3,900.00
Inspector of Fisheries   2,000.00
Clerk and Stenographer  1,440.00
Overseers and Inspectors   15,000.00
$22,340.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  $1,960.00
Travelling expenses, etc  6,750.00
Collection of fishery taxes   3,500.00
Fisheries exhibits, national and international   1,000.00
Salmon investigation   1,000.00
Joint investigation of pilchard and herring  7,500.00
Allowance to Chairman, Halibut Commission   1,000.00
Total of Vote No. 103        $45,050.00
DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR.
104. Minister's Office.
Secretary   $480.00
Total of Vote No. 104         $480.00
105. General Office.
Salaries:
Deputy Minister of Labour  $4,320.00
Chief Clerk   2,340.00
Clerk	
Inspector     2,220.00
Clerk and Stenographer  996.00
Clerk and Stenographer  780.00
Junior Clerk   540.00
$11,190.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  1,660.00
Travelling expenses, etc  540.00
Administration of " Hours of Work Act " and " Male
Minimum Wage Act"—Salaries, allowances, expenses, etc  5,000.00
Total of Vote No. 105  18,396.00
106. Minimum Wage Board.
Salaries:
Secretary   $1,920.00
Inspector, Vancouver   1,372.00
Clerk and Stenographer  900.00
$4,192.00
Less one-half Stenographer's salary chargeable to
Factories Inspection   450.00
Carried forward   $3,742.00       $18,876.00 ESTIMATES   (1930-31%
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Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Tear
1930-31.
$3,650.00
1,000.00
2,000.00
$6,650.00
$3,000.00
1,020.00
$4,020.00
800.00
500.00
3,000.00
$8,320.00
$1,600.00
75.00
$1,675.00
400.00
400.00
$2,475.00
$1,552.00
75.00
$1,627.00
300.00
400.00
$2,327.00
DEPARTMENT OP LABOUR— Continued.
106. Minimum Wage Board—Continued
Brought forward  $3,742.00       $18,876.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  675.00
Travelling expenses, etc  1,350.00
Total of Vote No. 106  5,767.00
107. Employment Service.
Provincial Clearing-house.
Salaries:
General Superintendent       $3,120.00
Clerk and Stenographer        1,140.00
$4,260.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  630.00
Travelling expenses, etc  450.00
Incidentals and contingencies, part-time
and temporary offices—salaries and
expenses         3,000.00
Total, Provincial Clearing-house       $8,340.00
Cranbrook Office.
Salaries:
Clerk       $1,620.00
Temporary assistance  75.00
$1,695.00
.   Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  270.00
Rent, fuel, light, etc  400.00
Total, Cranbrook Office         2,365.00
Kamloops Office.
Salaries:
Clerk        $1,620.00
Temporary assistance   100.00
$1,720.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  270.00
Rent, fuel, light, etc  400.00
Total, Kamloops Office        2,390.00
Carried forward :    $13,095.00       $24,643.00 A 60
ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Y'ear
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
$1,582.00
75.00
$1,657.00
300.00
500.00
$2,457.00
$1,500.00
75.00
$1,575.00
325.00
400.00
$2,300.00
$1,700.00
75.00
$1,775.00
300.00
450.00
$2,525.00
$1,552.00
75.00
$1,627.00
300.00
350.00
$2,277.00
DEPARTMENT OP LABOUR—Continued.
107. Employment Service—Continued.
Brought forward     $13,095.00       $24,643.00
Nanaimo Office.
Salaries:
Clerk  '.       $1,620.00
Temporary assistance  100.00
$1,720.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  270.00
Rent, fuel, light, etc  500.00
Total, Nanaimo  Office         2,490.00
Nelson Office.
Salaries:
Clerk       $1,500.00
Temporary assistance   75.00
$1,575.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  270.00
Rent, fuel, light, etc  400.00
Total, Nelson Office        2,245.00
New Westminster Office.
Salaries:
Clerk   $1,800.00
Temporary assistance   100.00
$1,900.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  270.00
Rent, fuel, light, etc  450.00
Total, New Westminster Office        2,620.00
Penticton Office.
Salaries:
Clerk       $1,620.00
Temporary assistance  75.00
$1,695.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  270.00
Rent, fuel, light, etc  350.00
Total, Penticton Office         2,315.00
Carried forward     $22,765.00       $24,643.00 ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
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Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
$1,700.00
75.00
$1,775.00
325.00
420.00
$2,520.00
$1,700.00
75.00
$1,775.00
325.00
500.00
$2,600.00
$2,520.00
1,970.00
10,200.00
1,400.00
1,180.00
780.00
100.00
$18,150.00
3,000.00
5,000.00
$26,150.00
$1,960.00
1,700.00
1,300.00
840.00
DEPARTMENT OP LABOUR—Continued.
107. Employment Service—Continued.
Brought foricard     $22,765.00
Prince George Office.
Salaries:
Clerk       $1,800.00
Temporary assistance  75.00
$1,875.00 •
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  270.00
Rent, fuel, light, etc  420.00
Total, Prince George Office         2,565.00
Prince Rupert Office.
Salaries:
Clerk        $1,800.00
Temporary assistance   100.00
$1,900.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  270.00
Rent, fuel, light, etc  500.00
Total, Prince Rupert Office        2,670.00
Vancouver Office.
Salaries:
Superintendent   $2,640.00
Assistant Superintendent   2,060.00
Six Clerks @ $1,800   10,800.00
Chief Clerk, Women's Department   1,472.00
Clerk   1,272.00
Clerk and Stenographer   780.00   '
Temporary assistance   100.00
$19,124.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        1,800.00
Rent, fuel, light, etc        6,000.00
Total, Vancouver Office       26,924.00
Victoria Office.
Salaries:
Superintendent  :       $2,060.00
Clerk  .'.        1,800.00
Chief Clerk, Women's Department         1,372.00
Clerk and Stenographer  840.00
$5,800.00 | Carried forward       $6,072.00   $54,924.00
$24,643.00
$24,643.00 A 62
ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
107.
$5,800.00
800.00
1,000.00
DEPARTMENT OP LABOUR—Continued.
Employment Service—Continued.
Victoria Office—Continued.
Brought forward      $6,072.00   $54,924.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Rent, fuel, light, etc.
720.00
1,000.00
$7,600.00
Total, Victoria Office
7,792.00
$61,551.00
20,300.00
$62,716.00
Less Dominion of Canada Subvention, estimated at     20,750.00
$41,251.00
108.
$2,600.00
2,580.00
960.00
48.00
Total, Employment Service, Vote No. 107	
Factories Inspection.
Salaries:
Inspector     $2,720.00
Assistant Inspector   2,700.00
Clerk and Stenographer  960.00
Temporary assistance   48.00
$6,188.00
480.00
$5,708.00
250.00
2,200.00
$8,158.00
Less one-half Stenographer's salary chargeable to
Minimum Wage Board .-.
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Travelling expenses, etc.
$6,428.00
480.00
$5,948.00
360.00
1,980.00
$73,699.00
$15,340.00
1,000,000.00
Total of Vote No. 108  „	
To be voted 	
Authorized by Statute.
1 Old-age Pension Act " :
Salaries and expenses      $14,720.00
Pensions 1,230.000.00
$1,015,340.00
500,000.00
$1,244,720.00
Less refund by Dominion Government of one-half
net amount paid out for pensions      615,000.00
$515,340.00
Total, Administration of " Old-age Pension
Act"   	
720.00
$515,340.00
$589,039.00
Statutory Expenditure
$24,643.00
41,966.00
8,288.00
$74,897.00
629,720.00
Total, Department of Labour      $704,617.00 ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
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Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
$7,500.00
2,040.00
1,380.00
$10,920.00
750.00
2,500.00
$14,170.00
$5,000.00
3,540.00
2,340.00
1,860.00
1,900.00
1,800.00
1,620.00
4,716.00
1,524.00
1,464.00
1,380.00
1,080.00
1,272.00
900.00
960.00
1,920.00
$33,276.00
$3,960.00
2,460.00
2,340.00
2,100.00
2,100.00
2,100.00
2,100.00
3,800.00
1,760.00
1,640.00
3,072.00
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS.
109. Minister's Office.
Salaries:
Minister of Lands       $7,500.00
Secretary           2,040.00
Clerk-Stenographer	
$9,540.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  675.00
Travelling expenses, etc        2,250.00
Total of Vote No. 109        $12,465.00
110. Salaries.
(a.)  General Office—General Administration.
Deputy Minister      $5,000.00
Assistant Deputy Minister 	
Chief Clerk  .,	
Recorder        1,800.00
Clerk  :	
Clerk         1,900.00
Clerk         1,800.00
Property Clerk         1,720.00
Three Clerks @ $1,620         4,860.00
Clerk          1,620.00
Clerk         1,464.00
Clerk          1,452.00
Clerk         1,140.00
Clerk-Stenographer         1,344.00
Stenographer  ,. 900.00
Junior Clerk         1,140.00
Two Junior Clerks @ $1,080        2,160.00
$27,432.00
Total Salaries, General Office     $28,300.00
(B.)  Lands Branch.
Superintendent of Lands  $3,000.00
Assistant Superintendent and Chief Clerk 2,400.00
Inspector of Lands  2,460.00
Assistant Chief Clerk  2,200.00
Accountant     2,200.00
Crown-grant Clerk 	
Status Clerk   2,200.00
Two Clerks @ $2,000  4,000.00
Clerk   1,860.00
Clerk  1,740.00
Two Clerks @ $1,620  3,240.00
Carried forward   $25,300.00
$28,300.00       $12,465.00 A 64
ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Y'ear
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
$27,432.00
1,500.00
1,416.00
1,212.00
1,050.00
1,140.00
960.00
900.00
780.00
780.00
600.00
$37,770.00
$4,240.00
3,120.00
2,000.00
7,600.00
1,880.00
5,700.00
3,760.00
1,312.00
1,200.00
840.00
3,120.00
2,460.00
2,400.00
4,440.00
1,900.00
1,880.00
3,800.00
1,880.00
1,800.00
1,500.00
1,552.00
1,212.00
900.00
520.00
3,500.00
6,840.00
$71,416.00
DEPARTMENT OP LANDS—Continued.
110. Salaries—Continued.
(&.)  Lands Branch—Continued.
Brought forward      $25,300.00   $28,300.00       $12,465.00
Clerk   1,572.00
Clerk   1,488.00
Clerk   1,380.00
Clerk   1,140.00
Stenographer  1,320.00
Stenographer  960.00
Stenographer  930.00
Stenographer   8-10.00
Junior Clerk  960.00
Junior Clerk  S40.00
Messenger     420.00
Total Salaries, Lands Branch      37,150.00
(c.)  Surveys Branch.
Surveyor-General  $4,240.00
Surveys Division:
Chief Draughtsman   3,120.00
Draughtsman     2,100.00
Pour Draughtsmen @ $2,000  8,000.00
Draughtsman     1,9S0.00
Three Draughtsmen @ $1,920  5,760.00
Two Draughtsmen @ $1,920  3,840.00
Draughtsman     1,380.00
Junior Draughtsman   1,320.00
Apprentice Draughtsman   780.00
Geographic Division :
Chief Geographer  3,120.00
Registrar    2,520.00
Mathematical Computer  2,520.00
Two Draughtsmen @ $2,340  4,680.00
Two Draughtsmen @ $2,100  4,200.00
Draughtsman     1,980.00
Two Draughtsmen @ $1,920  3,840.00
Draughtsman     1,920.00
Geodetic Computer   1,900.00
Draughtsman     1,680.00
Draughtsman     1,620.00
Draughtsman     1,380.00
Junior Draughtsman   1,200.00
Apprentice Draughtsman  660.00
Topographic Division :•
Topographic Surveyor  3,500.00
Two Topographic Surveyors @ $3,420  6,S40.00
Carried foricard   $76,080.00   $65,450.00       $12,465.00 ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
A 65
Estimated
Expendit.ire,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
$71,416.00
2,220.00
2,100.00
1,620.00
3,144.00
1,392.00
1,080.00
1,020.00
2,100.00
1,760.00
1,700.00
540.00
$90,092.00
(2)
$4,440.00
3,240.00
3,420.00
3,000.00
3,120.00
2,320.00
2,100.00
2,100.00
2,000.00
5,620.00
1,860.00
1,700.00
1,200.00
2,220.00
3,720.00
1,800.00
1,572.00
1,080.00
1,740.00
840.00
1,200.00
600.00
3,120.00
2,220.00
1,600.00
$57,832.00
DEPARTMENT OP LANDS—Continued.
110. Salaries—Continued.
(c.)  Surveys Branch—Continued.
Brought forward   $76,080.00   $65,450.00       $12,465.00
Topographic Division—Continued.
Assistant Topographic Surveyor  2,220.00
Assistant Topographic Surveyor  2,100.00
Assistant Topographic Surveyor  1,620.00
General Staff:
Two Clerks @ $1,620....'  3,240.00
Clerk   1,500.00
Stenographer  1,248.00
Stenographer  840.00
Map-mounter   2,220.00
Photostat Operator   1,860.00
Blue-print Operator   1,800.00
Blue-printer's Assistant  «.  540.00
Total Salaries, Surveys Branch      95,268.00
(d.) Water Rights Branch.
Comptroller of Water Rights  $4,440.00
Assistant to Comptroller and Chief Engineer ;  Member, Board of Investigation.... 3,240.00
Chairman,  Board  of  Investigation  3,420.00
Registrar, Board of Investigation  3,240.00
Member, Board of Investigation  3,000.00
Inspector     3,120.00
Chief Field Engineer  2,440.00
Office Engineer   2,220.00
Senior Draughtsman  2,200.00
Draughtsman     2,100.00
Three Draughtsmen @ $1,920  5,760.00
Draughtsman     1,860.00
Draughtsman     1,800.00
Draughtsman     1,260.00
Chief Clerk   2,340.00
Three Clerks @ $1,960  5,880.00
Clerk   1,900.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Stenographer  1,212.00
Two Stenographers @ $930  1,860.00
Stenographer  900.00
Junior Clerk   1,380.00
Messenger  600.00
District Engineer, Kelowna  3,120.00
Assistant District Engineer  2,340.00
Clerk   1,700.00
Carried forward   $64,952.00 $160,718.00       $12,465.00 A 66
ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Tear
1930-31.
$57,832.00
3,120.00
2,100.00
900.00
2,820.00
2,000.00
990.00
2,820.00
$72,582.00
$4,740.00
3,520.00
6,000.00
5,760.00
2,220.00
2,220.00
1,920.00
1,920.00
1,920.00
5,760.00
2,760.00
2,520.00
2,520.00
2,520.00
2,460.00
2,100.00
3,800.00
1,820.00
1,780.00
3,300.00
1,500.00
2,100.00
4,200.00
1,900.00
7,600.00
5,400.00
1,700.00
1,572.00
1,572.00
1,416.00
1,296.00
1,272.00
1,224.00
DEPARTMENT OP LANDS—Continued.
110. Salaries—Continued.
(d.)  Water Rights Branch—Continued.
Brought forward     $64,952.00 $160,718.00
District Engineer, Kamloops  3,120.00
Assistant District Engineer  2,200.00
Stenographer  930.00
District Engineer, Nelson  2,940.00
Assistant District Engineer  2,100.00
Stenographer  900.00
District Engineer, Victoria  2,940.00
$12,465.00
$94,312.00
Total Salaries, Water Rights Branch      80,082.00
(e.)  Forest Branch.
Chief Forester   $4,740.00
Assistant Chief Forester ...:  3,520.00
Two Foresters @ $3,120  6,240.00
Two Assistant Foresters @ $2,940  5,880.00
Junior Forester   2,340.00
Statistician     2,220.00
Junior Forester   2,000.00
Junior Forester   2,020.00
Junior Forester   1,920.00
Three Junior Foresters @ $1,800   5,400.00
Royalty Inspector   2,880.00
Status Clerk   2,640.00
Chief Clerk   2,640.00
Accountant     2,640.00
Mechanical Inspector   2,520.00
Chief Draughtsman   2,200.00
Two Draughtsmen @ $2,000  4,000.00
Draughtsman     1,920.00
Draughtsman     1,880.00
Two Draughtsmen @ $1,700  3,400.00
Draughtsman    1,600.00
Assistant Accountant   2,200.00
Two Clerks @ $2,200   4,400.00
Clerk   2,000.00
Three Clerks @ $1,920  5,760.00
Three Clerks @ $1,900   5,700.00
Clerk   1,800.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Clerk   1,572.00
Clerk   1,548.00
Clerk   1,368.00
Clerk   1,272.00
Clerk  1,140.00
Carried fortoard   $94,980.00 $240,800.00       $12,465.00 ESTIMATES   (1930-31).
A 67
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
$94,312.00
1,140.00
1,080.00
3,000.00
960.00
900.00
2,520.00
600.00
600.00
2,120.00
3,840.00
2,440.00
1,920.00
1,800.00
2,820.00
1,900.00
3,960.00
990.00
3,860.00
2,840.00
2,520.00
2,520.00
2,120.00
2,340.00
2,060.00
1,880.00
1,800.00
1,600.00
1,344.00
1,080.00
840.00
720.00
1,140.00
1,020.00
960.00
960.00
$158,506.00
DEPARTMENT OP LANDS—Continued.
110. Salaries—Continued.
(e.) Forest Branch—Continued.
Brought forward   $94,980.00 $240,800.00       $12,465.00
Stenographer  1,320.00
Stenographer   900.00
Three Stenographers @ $1,020  3,060.00
Stenographer  960.00
Stenographer   930.00
Three Stenographers @ $900   2,700.00
Stenographer  780.00
Junior Clerk   600.00
Junior Clerk   540.00
Southern Coast Experimental Station :
Junior Forester   2,220.00
Two Junior Foresters @ $1,920  3,840.00
Northern Interior Experimental Station:
Assistant Forester   2,560.00
Junior Forester   2,020.00
Station Foreman   1,760.00
Lumber Trade Extension:
Lumber Trade Commissioner   2,940.00
Assistant Lumber Trade Commissioner.. 1,900.00
Grazing:
Grazing Commissioner   3,960.00
Stenographer  1,092.00
Southern Coast, Vancouver  (Class A District) :
Forester    3,860.00
Assistant District Forester   2,960.00
Assistant Forester   2,640.00
Fire Inspector   2,520.00
Junior Forester   1,920.00
Chief Clerk   2,460.00
Clerk   2,160.00
Draughtsman     1,920.00
Clerk   1,900.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Clerk   1,416.00
Clerk   1,296.00
Junior Clerk   960.00
Junior Clerk   780.00
Stenographer	
Stenographer   1,212.00
Stenographer  1,020.00
Stenographer   990.00
Carried forward   $160,696.00 $240,800.00       $12,465.00 A 68
ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Y'ear
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Tear
1930-31.
$158,506.00
930.00
900.00
780.00
7,020.00
2,220.00
1,620.00
1,572.00
1,500.00
1,464.00
24.300.00
10,620.00
2,220.00
2,000.00
1,680.00
2,220.00
1,900.00
1,800.00
3,660.00
3,300.00
77,160.00
2,220.00
1,900.00
4,896.00
960.00
930.00
780.00
3,220.00
2,760.00
110.
$325,038.00
DEPARTMENT OP LANDS—Continued.
Salaries—Continued.
(e.) Forest Branch—Continued.
Brought forward   $160,696.00 $240,800.00       $12,465.00
Southern Coast, Vancouver  (Class A District) —Continued.
Stenographer  960.00
Stenographer  996.00
Stenographer   780.00
Three Supervisors @ $2,460   7,380.00
Supervisor   2,340.00
Supervisor's Clerk   1,620.00
Supervisor's Clerk   1,572.00
Supervisor's Clerk   1,536.00
Supervisor's Clerk   1,500.00
Two Rangers @ $2,200  4,400.00
Eight Rangers @ $2,100  16,800.00
Ranger ,  2,000.00
Ranger  2,000.00
Pour Rangers @ $1,900   7,600.00
Two Rangers @ $1,760  3,520.00
Export Inspector   2,340.00
Export Patrolman  2,100.00
AVireless Telephone Operator   1,680.00
Foreman, Thurston Bay   2,340.00
Mechanic, Thurston Bay   2,000.00
Boat-builder, Thurston Bay   1,800.00
Scaling Staff:
Supervisor of Scaling   3,660.00
Supervisor of Scalers, Vancouver District 3,300.00
Nine Senior Scalers @ $3,000  27,000.00
Fourteen Scalers @ $2,520 (Class A) .... 35,280.00
Scaler    2,100.00
Six Junior Scalers @ $1,980   11,880.00
Recorder of Scaling   2,340.00
Recorder of Scaling   2,000.00
Two Computing Clerks @ $1,296  2,592.00
Computing Clerk   1,080.00
Computing Clerk   780.00
Clerk   1,020.00
Stenographer   990.00
Stenographer  780.00
Southern  Interior,  Nelson   (Class  A  District) :
Forester   3,220.00
Assistant District Forester  2,880.00
Carried forward  $328,862.00 $240,800.00       $12,465.00 ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
A 69
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Tear
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
$325,038.00
2,520.00
2,020.00
2,340.00
1,800.00
1,572.00
1,572.00
1,500.00
1,080.00
900.00
1,800.00
840.00
930.00
780.00
1,212.00
2,340.00
4,680.00
2,220.00
1,572.00
1,524.00
1,512.00
31,200.00
2,000.00
2,940.00
2,340.00
2,340.00
2,000.00
1,524.00
1,272.00
1,272.00
(1) 900.00
2,340.00
1,524.00
$411,404.00
DEPARTMENT OP LANDS—Continued.
110. Salaries—Continued.
(e.)  Forest Branch—Continued.
Brought forward   $328,862.00 $240,800.00       $12,465.00
Southern  Interior,  Nelson   (Class A  District) —Continued.
Assistant Forester   2,640.00
Junior Forester   2,120.00
Supervisor of Licensed Scalers   2,460.00
Chief Clerk   1,800.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Clerk   1,500.00
Clerk   1,500.00
Stenographer  1,176.00
Stenographer   960.00
Two Stenographers @ $930   1,860.00
Stenographer   900.00
Junior Clerk   1,020.00
Junior Clerk   780.00
Draughtsman  1,380.00
■    Pire Inspector   2,460.00
Two Supervisors @ $2,460   4,920.00
Supervisor   2,220.00
Supervisor's Clerk   1,620.00
Supervisor's Clerk   1,524.00
Supervisor's Clerk   1,584.00
Five Rangers @ $2,200   11,000.00
Two Rangers @ $2,100   4,200.00
Banger    2,000.00
Three Rangers @ $1,900   5,700.00
Three Rangers @ $1,760   5,280.00
Three Rangers @ $1,560   4,680.00
Grazing Assistant   2,100.00
Northern Coast, Prince Rupert   (Class B
District) :
District Forester  •. :  3,060.00
Assistant District Forester   2.460.00
Junior Forester   1,920.00
Pire Inspector  2,220.00
Chief Clerk   2,000.00
Clerk   1,596.00
Clerk   1,272.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,272.00
Two Stenographers @ $900   1,800.00
Supervisor	
Supervisor's Clerk 	
Carried forward   $417,466.00 $240,800.00       $12,465.00 A 70
ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Tear
1930-31.
$411,404.00
14,680.00
7,620.00
1,500.00
(2)  1,920.00
2,820.00
2,220.00
1,800.00
1,572.00
1,140.00
960.00
2,160.00
13,520.00
2,640.00
2,220.00
1,372.00
900.00
6,000.00
2,520.00
2,020.00
1,572.00
1,080.00
7,260.00
$490,900.00
110.
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS—Continued.
Salaries—Continued.
(e.) Forest Branch—Continued.
Brought forward   $417,466.00 $240,800.00       $12,465.00
Northern Coast, Prince Rupert  (Class B
District)—Continued.
Ranger  2,200.00
Three Rangers @ $2,100   6,300.00
Ranger  1,900.00
Two Rangers @ $1,760  3,520.00
Ranger  1,560.00
Scaling Staff:
Senior Scaler   3,000.00
Class A Scaler   2,520.00
Scaler    2,400.00
Computing Clerk   600.00
Stenographer  960.00
Prince George (Class B District) :
District Forester   2.940.00
Assistant District Forester   2,340.00
Clerk   1,900.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Stenographer  1,140.00
Stenographer  960.00
Supervisor of Licensed Scalers  2,160.00
Two Rangers (Si $2,200  4,400.00
Two Rangers @ $2,100  4,200.00
Ranger     1,900.00
Ranger    1,760.00
Ranger    1,560.00
Kamloops  (Class C District) :
District Forester  2,760.00
Assistant District Forester  2,220.00
Clerk   1,500.00
Stenographer  900.00
Ranger    2,200.00
Ranger   '.  2,100.00
Ranger     2,000.00
Ranger    1,760.00
Cariboo (Class C District) :
District Forester  2,640.00
Assistant District Forester  2,100.00
Clerk   1,500.00
Stenographer  900.00
Ranger  2,100.00
Ranger    1,900.00
Ranger    1,760.00
Ranger   1,560.00
Carried forward   $499,206.00 $240,800.00       $12,465.00 ESTIMATES   (1930-31).
A 71
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
$490,900.00
111,514.00
106,846.00
6,740.00
4,720.00
DEPARTMENT OP LANDS—Continued.
110. Salaries—Continued.
(e.) Forest Branch—Continued.
Brought forward   $499,206.00 $240,800.00       $12,465.00
Less chargeable to Forest
Protection Fund   $112,644.00
Less chargeable to Scaling
Fund      105,182.00
Less chargeable to Maintenance of Launches and
Autos         6,980.00
Less chargeable to Lumber
Trade Extension        4,840.00
$229,820.00
$261,080.00
$494,800.00
$7,500.00
111.
112.
$42,000.00
229,646.00
Total Salaries chargeable to Forest Branch   269,560.00
Total of Vote No. 110	
General.
Temporary Assistance 	
Expenses (including General Offices and Branches) :
Office supplies, etc     $37,800.00
Travelling expenses:
Lands Branch       $2,250.00
Survey Branch   450.00
Water Rights Branch         6,750.00
Forest Branch        31,500.00
45,500.00
55,000.00
3,000.00
2,000.00
4,000.00
8,000.00
1,000.00
6,500.00
$167,000.00
$300,000.00
11,000.00
10,000.00
113.
114.
115.
Construction, purchase, repair, and maintenance of
launches and autos (including subsistence of crews)
Rent and upkeep of District Offices	
Construction and maintenance of Ranger  Stations
Wireless telephones, installation, rental of instruments, etc	
Gazette and newspaper notices	
Land-sales 	
Incidentals 	
Total of Vote No. 112	
Miscellaneous Votes.
Forest Protection Fund  $480,000.00
Lumber Trade Extension      20,000.00
Reconnaissance and Cruising       10,000.00
40,950.00
63,000.00
3,000.00
2,000.00
4,000.00
8,000.00
1,000.00
6,500.00
510,360.00
12,500.00
166,250.00
$321,000.00
Carried forward   $510,000.00     $701,575.00 A 72
ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Tear
1930-31.
$321,000.00
5,000.00
18,000.00
5,000.00
5,000.00
2,500.00
35,000.00
7,500.00
7,500.00
139,500.00
19,000.00
15,000.00
2,000.00
2,000.00
5,000.00
3,000.00
5,000.00
5,000.00
7,500.00
10,000.00
$619,500.00
$1,302,970.00
70,000.00
$1,372,970.00
$7,500.00
2,160.00
$9,660.00
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS—Continued.
Miscellaneous Votes—Continued.
Brought forward   $510,000.00     $701,575.00
116. Insect Damage : Investigation and Control	
117. Forest Research 	
118. Reforestation and Forest Nursery	
119. Land Classification  	
120. Grazing:   Range Improvement	
121. Grazing:   Extermination of Wild Horses	
122. Water Surveys 	
123. B.C. Hydrometric Survey ,	
124. " Soldiers' Land Act," Chap. 80, 1918	
125. Land Surveys	
126. Photo-topographic Surveys 	
127. Lithograph Maps	
128. Refunds under " Land Act ";   Refunds under " Reve
nue Act Amendment Act, 1920 "	
129. Adjustment of Rebate  on Purchase Price of  South
Okanagan Lands 	
130. Allowance to James Wyllie for Improvements made
on Lots Nos. 56 and 76, which is to be applied to
Completion of Purchase Price of Lots 277 and 279,
all Subdivision of Lot 2450S (Similkameen), Southern Okanagan Irrigation Project	
  Foreshore Investigations	
  Parks Administration 	
131. Publicity	
132. General Investigations 	
  Immigration 	
133. Incidentals and Contingencies	
Total of Miscellaneous Votes	
10,000.00
18,000.00
15,000.00
5,000.00
5,000.00
2,500.00
42,500.00
7,500.00
15,000.00
140.000.00
30,000.00
15,000.00
2,000.00
50,000.00
1,500.00
5,000.00
10,000.00
10,000.00
894,000.00
To be voted     $1,595,575.00
Authorized by Statute.
"Forest Act," Sec. 30a (2) :
Forest Reserve Account      $70,000.00
Statutory Expenditure
70,000.00
Total, Department of Lands    $1,665,575.00
134.
DEPARTMENT OP MINES.
Minister's Office.
Salaries:
Minister of Mines       $7,500.00
Secretary        2,160.00
Assistant Secretary   720.00
Carried forward      $10,380.00 ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
A 73
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Tear
1930-31.
$9,660.00
1,025.00
1,500.00
$12,185.00
$4,120.00
2,160.00
1,572.00
900.00
780.00
840.00
540.00
70.00
$10,982.00
2,100.00
350.00
9,000.00
$22,432.00
$4,380.00
3,040.00
2,700.00
2,280.00
2,500.00
6,960.00
5,240.00
2,200.00
960.00
50.00
$30,310.00
2,000.00
12,000.00
$44,310.00
DEPARTMENT OP MINES—Continued.
134. Minister's Office—Continued.
Brought forward      $10,380.00
Expenses:
Office expenses, etc         1,145.00
Travelling expenses, etc        1,800.00
Total of Vote No. 134        $13,325.00
135. General Office.
Salaries:
Deputy Minister   $4,120.00
Chief Clerk and Gold Commissioner  2,280.00
Clerk and Accountant   1,620.00
Clerk-Stenographer   948.00
Stenographer  840.00
Junior Clerk   660.00
Junior Clerk       	
Stenographer  780.00
Temporary assistance   70.00
$11,318.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        1,890.00
Travelling expenses, etc  450.00
Printing and binding, etc        8,400.00
Total of Vote No. 135  22,058.00
136. Mines Inspection Branch.
Salaries:
Chief Inspector of Mines   $4,380.00
Inspector     3,120.00
Inspector  2,700.00
Inspector     2,280.00
Inspector  2,620.00
Three Inspectors @ $2,400   7,200.00
Two Inspectors and Examiners of Mine Officials and
Miners   5,480.00
Inspector     2,320.00
Stenographer   1,092.00
Temporary assistance   50.00
$31,242.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        1,800.00
Travelling expenses, etc      10,800.00
Total of Vote No. 136  43,842.00
Carried forward         $79,225.00 ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Tear
1930-31.
$4,270.00
1,900.00
1,524.00
3,120.00
1,900.00
780.00
1,260.00
$14,754.00
$14,754.00
2,650.00
1,000.00
$18,404.00
$1,620.00
3,120.00
840.00
$5,580.00
600.00
6,000.00
400.00
$12,580.00
$1,000.00
2,500.00
3,000.00
3,500.00
$10,000.00
DEPARTMENT OP MINES—Continued.
Brought forward         $79,225.00
137. Bureau of Mines.
Salaries:
Provincial Mineralogist   $4,270.00
Clerk   2,000.00
Clerk  1,620.00
Provincial Assayer and Public Analyst   3,120.00
Assayer   2,020.00
Stenographer  840.00
Caretaker   1,260.00
Assistant Assayer   1,200.00
$16,330.00
Less chargeable to Department of Agriculture for
assay-work         1,000.00
$15,330.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        2,700.00
Travelling expenses, etc  900.00
Total of Vote No. 137   18,930.00
138. Mine-rescue and Training Stations.
Salaries :
Instructor and Caretaker   $1,620.00
Two Instructors and Caretakers @ $1,560  3,120.00
Instructor and Caretaker   840.00
Instructor and Caretaker   1,560.00
$7,140.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  540.00
Apparatus and miscellaneous          6,000.00
Travelling expenses, etc  450.00
Total of Vote No. 138  14,130.00
139. Grants.
(a.)  Canadian  Institute  of  Mining  and  Metallurgy
(B.C. Division)     $1,000.00
(&.) British Columbia Chamber of Mines (conditional) 2,500.00
(e.)  Chamber of Mines   1,000.00
(d.) Competitions,   Meets,   etc.,   re   Mine-rescue   and
First-aid Work   3,500.00
Total of Vote No. 139   8,000.00
Carried forward       $120,285.00 ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
A 75
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Tear
1929-30.
N°-°*                                                     SERVICE.
V ote.
Fiscal Tear
1930-31.
DEPARTMENT OF MINES—Continued.
Brought forward 	
$120,285.00
Miscellaneous Votes.
$120,000.00
140.
141.
" Mines Development Act," Supplementary 	
" Mineral Survey and Development Act," Supplemen
$120,000.00
54,000.00
tary  	
49,000.00
5,000.00
14?
Lectures on Practical Geology and Mineralogy 	
2,000.00
4,000.00
143.
Subsidy  re  Explosives   to   assist   Bona-flde  Mineral
Prospectors  	
3,000.00
11,000.00
144
Advertising, Incidentals, and Contingencies     	
11,000.00
5,000.00
Coal Investigations	
Total, Miscellaneous Votes 	
$199,000.00
185,000.00
To be voted 	
$305,285.00
Statutory.
$2,000.00
"Complex Ore Process Aid Act, 1916"	
Statutory Expenditure 	
Total. Denartment of Mines 	
$2,000.00
$2,000.00
2,000.00
$320,911.00
$307,285.00
DEPARTMENT OP THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY.
146.
Minister's Office.
Salaries :
$7,500.00
Provincial   Secretary   	
$7,500.00
1,800.00
Secretary  	
1,800.00
$9,300.00
$9,300.00
Expenses:
800.00
Office supplies, etc	
630.00
1,200.00
147.
Travelling expenses, etc	
Total of Vote No. 146	
General Office.
1,080.00
$11,300.00
$11,010.00
Salaries:
$4,500.00
Deputy Provincial Secretary	
$4,500.00
1,800.00
Chief Clerk 	
1,900.00
1,500.00
Clerk	
1,572.00
990.00
Stenographer 	
996.00
780.00
Stenographer 	
840.00
Stenographer 	
Junior Clerk 	
780 00
720.00
960.00
Messenger	
Temporary assistance	
540 00
350.00
100.00
Carried forward 	
$10,640.00
$12,188.00
$11,010.00 A 76
ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
$10,640.00
3,200.00
1,800.00
$15,640.00
$2,000.00
1,512.00
$3,512.00
30,000.00
300.00
250.00
$34,062.00
$4,680.00
4,240.00
3,600.00
2,760.00
1,140.00
960.00
1,920.00
1,320.00
1,344.00
870.00
780.00
600.00
540.00
540.00
500.00
$25,794.00
DEPARTMENT OP THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued.
147.' General Office—Continued.
Brought forward   $12,188.00       $11,010.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  2,610.00
Travelling expenses, etc  1,530.00
Total of Vote No. 147   16,328.00
148. Postal Branch.
Salaries:
Postal Clerk   $2,100.00
Assistant Postal Clerk   1,572.00
$3,672.00
Expenses:
Stamps    30,500.00
Cartage @ $25 per month   300.00
Meter-rent and maintenance of machine   425.00
Total of Vote No. 148   34,897.00
149. Provincial Board of Health.
Salaries:
Secretary    $4,680.00
Hospital Inspector and Travelling Medical Health
Officer   4,240.00
Epidemiologist  3,600.00
Chief Sanitary Inspector   2,760.00
Clerk   1,212.00
Clerk   1,092.00
Stenographer   900.00
Deputy Registrar, Births, Deaths, and Marriages  2,020.00
Clerk and Inspector of Vital Statistics   1,620.00
Clerk   1,344.00
Stenographer  948.00
Stenographer  840.00
Record Clerk   840.00
Senior Filing Clerk   840.00
Junior Filing Clerk  720.00
Junior Clerk 	
Junior Clerk   540.00
Junior Clerk 	
Temporary assistance   500.00
Carried forward   $28,696.00       $62,235.00 ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
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Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Tear
1930-31.
$25,794.00
6,500.00
9,000.00
17,000.00
17,000.00
52,000.00
$127,294.00
5,000.00
1,800.00
$6,800.00
$120,494.00
$2,520.00
1,900.00
1,452.00
1,400.00
1,200.00
1,200.00
1,020.00
1,200.00
1,020.00
780.00
900.00
540.00
1,320.00
250.00
$16,702.00
13,500.00
750.00
$30,952.00
149.
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued.
Provincial Board of Health—Continued.
Brought forward     $28,696.00       $62,235.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  7,200.00
Travelling expenses, etc  9,450.00
Medical inspection of schools   18,000.00
Public-health nursing   18,000.00
Incidentals and emergencies   53,500.00
$134,846.00
Less Dominion of Canada Subvention,
Venereal Disease        $5,500.00
Less grant from Rockefeller Foundation towards salary of Epidemologist       4,000.00
9,500.00
Total of Vote No. 149
150.
125,346.00
Provincial Library and Archives.
Salaries:
Librarian and Archivist  $2,640.00
Assistant Librarian   1,920.00
Archives Collector   2,400.00
Legislative Reference Clerk  1,572.00
Cataloguer   1,500.00
First Assistant Cataloguer  1,200.00
Reference Clerk   1,200.00
Clerk   1,020.00
Archives Assistant  .•  1,272.00
Archives Clerk 	
Clerk   720.00
Stenographer and Book-keeper  840.00
Stenographer   900.00
Junior Clerk   540.00
Attendant   1,320.00
Temporary assistance 	
$19,044.00
Expenses:
Office  supplies, books, binding  periodicals,  archive
material, etc       13,400.00
Travelling expenses, etc        1,350.00
Total of Vote No. 150  33,794.00
Carried forward         $221,375.00 A 78
ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
$1,900.00
1,182.00
960.00
840.00
780.00
540.00
250.00
$6,452.00
1,800.00
4,800.00
1,700.00
1,800.00
400.00
300.00
$17,252.00
$2,640.00
1,800.00
1,050.00
840.00
1,200.00
600.00
380.00
$8,510.00
1,055.00
1,915.00
$11,480.00
DEPARTMENT OP THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued.
Brought forward         $221,375.00
151. " Public Libraries Act."
Salaries:
Superintendent   $2,000.00
Assistant  	
Assistant  1,020.00
Assistant    900.00
Assistant    ,  1,080.00
Stenographer   780.00
Messenger     780.00
Temporary assistance   250.00
$6,810.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  2,070.00
Books and periodicals   5,000.00
Books and periodicals  (increase agreed upon with
Carnegie Corporation)    3,500.00
Freight and express, etc .,  2,000.00
Grants in aid of libraries  2,200.00
Travelling expenses, etc., of Superintendent, " Public
Libraries Act "   360.00
Travelling   expenses,   etc.,   of   members   of   Public
Libraries Commission '.  180.00
-   Incidentals and contingencies  450.00
Total of Vote No. 151  22,570.00
152. Provincial Museum.
Salaries:
Director        $2,760.00
Assistant Biologist          1,900.00
Recorder     960.00
Stenographer 	
Attendant        1,200.00
Apprentice 	
Temporary assistance         2,000.00
$8,820.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  860.00
Incidentals and contingencies        2,000.00
Total of Vote No. 152  11,680.00
Carried forward         $255,625.00 ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
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Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Tear
1930-31.
$4,200.00
2,760.00
1,620.00
1,536.00
1,404.00
1,200.00
990.00
900.00
$14,610.00
$14,610.00
1,400.00
800.00
250.00
$17,060.00
$2,500.00
2,300.00
2,100.00
2,000.00
2,000.00
1,080.00
900.00
2,340.00
195.00
194,138.00
$209,553.00
$209,553.00
4,500.00
900.00
65,000.00
5,000.00
13,000.00
175,000.00
153.
DEPARTMENT OP THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued.
Brought forward
$255,625.00
$472,953.00
Mental Hospitals.
(a.) Headquarters.
Salaries:
Medical Superintendent   $5,420.00
Bursar     3,780.00
Assistant Bursar   1,920.00
Book-keeper   1,836.00
Book-keeper  1,800.00
Clinical Clerk and Stenographer  1,320.00
Stenographer  1,110.00
Stenographer  1,020.00
$18,206.00
Less deductions for board          1,380.00
$16,826.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc :       1,350.00
Travelling expenses, etc  810.00
Incidentals and contingencies   250.00
Total, Hospitals, Headquarters     $19,236.00
(6.) Essondale.
Salaries:
Physician   $3,440.00
Physician   3,340.00
Physician   3,140.00
Physician   2,940.00
Physician  2,840.00
Pathologist and Radiologist  2,840.00
Laboratory Assistant  1,680.00
Clinical Stenographer, etc  1,020.00
Three Stenographers @ $900  2,700.00
Temporary assistance   225.00
Sundry employees   280,069.00
$304,234.00
Less deductions for board      61,585.00
$242,649.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  4,500.00
Travelling expenses, etc :  810.00
Fuel, light, water, power, etc  75,000.00
Janitors' supplies   4,000.00
Furniture and fixtures  10,000.00
Provisions and farm produce  209,000.00
Carried forward   $545,959.00   $19,236.00     $255,625.00 A 80
ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
$472,953.00
23,000.00
8,000.00
10,000.00
28,000.00
$541,953.00
105,000.00
$436,953.00
$3,100.00
4,800.00
1,884.00
1,464.00
95,922.00
$107,170.00
$107,170.00
1,500.00
200.00
25,000.00
1,000.00
7,000.00
55,000.00
15,000.00
3,000.00
500.00
10,000.00
$225,370.00
40,000.00
$185,370.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued.
153. Mental Hospitals—Continued.
(b.) Essondale—Continued.
Brought forward   $545,959.00   $19,236.00     $255,625.00
Expenses—Continued.
Uniforms and clothing  35,000.00
Medical and surgical supplies  8,700.00
Examinations, committals, and transportation   10,000.00
Incidentals and contingencies  24,000.00
Open new building, four months  20,000.00
$643,659.00
Less receipts, estimated at    110,000.00
Total, Essondale Hospital     533,659.00
(c.) New Westminster.
Salaries:
Assistant Medical Superintendent   $4,380.00
Two Physicians, @ $3,440   6,880.00
Receiving Clerk   1,920.00
Clinical Clerk and Stenographer  1,500.00
Sundry employees   125,324.00
$140,004.00
Less deductions for board      29,920.00
$110,084.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  1,350.00
Travelling expenses, etc  180.00
Fuel, light, water, power, etc  25,000.00
Janitors'  supplies    1,000.00
Furniture and fixtures   6,000.00
Provisions and farm produce  55,000.00
Uniforms and clothing   11,000.00
Medical and surgical supplies  2,000.00
Examinations,   committals,   and   transportation   500.00
Incidentals and contingencies   10,000.00
$222,114.00
Less receipts, estimated at       40,000.00
Total, New Westminster Hospital     182,114.00
Carried forward   $735,009.00     $255,625.00 ESTIMATES   (1930-31).
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Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Tear
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Tear
1930-31.
$2,760.00
38,940.00
$41,700.00
$41,700.00
500.00
350.00
7,000.00
500.00
2,500.00
40,000.00
4,000.00
1,000.00
3,339.00
1,000.00
4,500.00
8,000.00
10,000.00
35,400.00
2,000.00
1,100.00
$162,889.00
140,000.00
$22,889.00
$2,100.00
1,200.00
28,808.00
$32,108.00
DEPARTMENT OP THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued.
153. Mental Hospitals—Continued.
Brought forward   $735,009.00     $255,625.00
(d.) Colony Farm and Nursery.
Salaries:
Farm Superintendent   $3,780.00
Stenographer   1,200.00
Sundry employees   51,694.00
$56,674.00
Less deductions for board        13,200.00
$43,474.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  450.00
Travelling expenses, etc  315.00
Fuel, light, water, etc        7,000.00
Maintenance of grounds   500.00
Provisions   	
Peed for stock      50,000.00
Fertilizer and seed         4,000.00
Testing cows         1,000.00
Implements, harness, etc        3,339.00
Blacksmith's supplies         1,000.00
Farm roads, bridges, and dykes 	
Cannery supplies and equipment        15,000.00
Incidentals and contingencies        10,000.00
Labour and board (Hospital Account)....     35,400.00
Poultry 	
Purchase of horses 	
$171,478.00
Less receipts, estimated at     150,000.00
Total, Colony Farm and Nursery
21,478.00
$32,108.00
6
(e.) Mental Home, Saanich (Colquitz).
Salaries:
Superintendent  $2,700.00
Visiting Physician   1,200.00
Sundry employees   40,468.00
$44,368.00
Less deductions for board        7,800.00
Carried forward      $36,568.00 $756,487.00     $255,625.00 A 82
ESTIMATES   (1930-31).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
$32,108.00
600.00
200.00
8,500.00
2,000.00
2,000.00
23,000.00
4,000.00
750.00
200.00
11,000.00
$84,358.00
10,000.00
$74,358.00
$736,630.00
$1,400.00
960.00
12,622.00
$14-,982.00
$14,982.00
250.00
9,000.00
1,500.00
1,350.00
13,000.00
2,500.00
2,750.00
500.00
1,250.00
750.00
$47,832.00
24,500.00
$23,332.00
DEPARTMENT OP THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued.
153. Mental Hospitals—Continued.
(e.) Mental Home, Saanich (Colquitz)—Continued.
Brought forward      $36,568.00 $756,487.00     $255,625.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Travelling expenses, etc	
Fuel, water, light, and power 	
Janitors' supplies, walks, and grounds....
Furniture and fixtures 	
Provisions and farm products 	
•    Uniforms and clothing 	
Medical and surgical supplies 	
Examinations, committals, and transportation 	
Incidentals and contingencies	
540.00
180.00
10,000.00
2,000.00
2,000.00
31,000.00
5,800.00
800.00
200.00
6,605.00
$95,693.00
Less receipts, estimated at       10,000.00
85,693.00
154.
Total, Mental Home, Saanich (Colquitz)..
Total, Mental Hospitals, Vote No. 153 	
Provincial Home, Kamloops.
Salaries :
Superintendent       $2,000.00
Matron     960.00
Sundry employees       16,711.00
Less deductions for board
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Fuel, light, water, etc	
Janitors' supplies and maintenance of
roads	
Furniture and fixtures 	
Provisions, etc	
Clothing, etc	
Medical and surgical supplies 	
Transportation of inmates	
Feed for live stock 	
Incidentals and contingencies 	
rrounds and
$19,671.00
3,705.00
$15,966.00
270.00
9,000.00
750.00
14,500.00
2,250.00
2,950.00
600.00
500.00
1,375.00
$48,161.00
Less receipts, estimated at       23,500.00
Total of Vote No. 154
842,180.00
24,661.00
Carried forward    $1,122,466.00 ESTIMATES   (1930-31).
A 83
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
$4,200.00
2,700.00
2,500.00
2,400.00
2,400.00
2,100.00
2,500.00
1,400.00
1,400.00
1,900.00
900.00
720.00
138,870.00
$163,990.00
$163,990,00
2,850.00
4,750.00
56,000.00
12,500.00
17,670.00
137,500.00
19,900.00
6,500.00
$421,660.00
61,000.00
$360,660.00
$2,520.00
14,385.00
$16,905.00
$16,905.00
DEPARTMENT OP THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued.
Brought forward     $1,122,466.00
155. Tubercular Hospital and Farm.
(a.) Tranquille Sanatorium.
Salaries:
Medical Superintendent   $5,598.00
Assistant Medical Superintendent  3,210.00
Assistant Physician   3,018.16
Assistant Physician   2,908.20
Assistant Physician   2,460.00
Assistant Physician	
Dentist    3,008.20
Laboratory Technician   1,908.12
X-ray Technician   1,908.12
Bursar     2,870.32
Clinical Clerk and Stenographer   1,140.00
Stenographer     1,080.00
Sundry employees   190,383.92
$219,493.04-
Less deductions for board      68,437.04
$151,056.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  2,565.00
Travelling expenses, transportation, etc. 3,150.00
Fuel, light, water, etc  49,000.00
Janitors'   supplies and  maintenance  of
grounds, etc  12,500.00
Furniture and fixtures 	
Provisions, etc  118,000.00
Medical and surgical supplies  13,000.00
Incidentals and contingencies  6,300.00
$355,571.00
Less receipts, estimated at      66,440.00
Total, Tranquille Sanatorium   $289,131.00
(6.)  Tranquille Sanatorium Farm.
Salaries:
Farm Superintendent        $2,940.00
Sundry employees  ,.      24,740.00
$27,680.00
Less deductions for board          8,910.00
Carried forward     $18,770.00 $289,131.00  $1,122,466.00 A 84
ESTIMATES   (1930-31).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Tear
1930-31.
$16,905.00
200.00
3,700.00
2,000.00
10,500.00
650.00
100.00
1,000.00
800.00
1,400.00
1,100.00
450.00
1,000.00
250.00
800.00
DEPARTMENT OP THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued.
155. Tubercular Hospital and Farm—Continued,
(b.) Tranquille Sanatorium Farm—Continued.
Brought forward  $18,770.00 $289,131.00 $1,122,466.00
Expenses :
Office supplies, etc  135.00
Provisions, etc  3,500.00
Fuel, light, water, etc  1,800.00
Peed for stock   10,000.00
Blacksmith's supplies, repairs, etc  100.00
Seed, fruit-boxes, etc  300.00
Janitors'  supplies   and  maintenance  of
grounds, dams, fences, ditches, etc  1,750.00
Drugs and veterinary supplies, etc  300.00
Implements, harness, etc  3,500.00
Travelling expenses, etc  1,100.00
Leased range  1,025.00
Purchase of new sires and live stock   9,700.00
Boarding-house   150.00
Incidentals and contingencies   750.00
$40,855.00
38,000.00
$52,880.00
Less receipts, estimated at       32,000.00
$2,855.00
Total, Tranquille Sanatorium Farm        20,880.00
$363,515.00
156.
$2,100.00
1,200.00
1,020.00
780.00
1,300.00
1,100.00
1,200.00
28,770.00
$37,470.00
$37,470.00
1,600.00
1,000.00
$40,070.00
Total, Tranquille Sanatorium and Farm, Vote No. 155
Boys' Industrial School.
Salaries:
Superintendent  $2,700.00
Assistant Superintendent  1,500.00
Matron     1,260.00
Book-keeper, Stenographer, and Commercial Teacher     	
Stenographer   936.00
Senior School-teacher  1,300.00
Junior School-teacher   1,100.00
Male School-teacher  :  1,500.00
Sundry employees -  36,300.00
$46,596.00
Less deductions for board       10,236.00
Expenses :
Office and school supplies 	
Travelling and transportation, etc.
$36,360.00
1,260.00
1,350.00
310,011.00
Carried forward    $38,970.00  $1,432,477.00 ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
A 85
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
$40,070.00
2,000.00
8,500.00
6,000.00
7,250.00
1S,000.00
3,500.00
3,500.00
3,000.00
$91,820.00
$91,820.00
$2,340.00
1,020.00
$3,360.00
250.00
1,500.00
500.00
$5,610.00
$2,160.00
1,080.00
900.00
21,700.00
$25,840.00
$25,840.00
600.00
100.00
300.00
6,000.00
$32,840.00
DEPARTMENT OP THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued.
156. Boys' Industrial School—Continued.
Brought forward      $38,970.00   $1,432,477.00
Expenses—Continued.
Furniture and fixtures 	
Clothing, boots, etc  8,000.00
Janitors' supplies and maintenance of grounds, etc... 2,600.00
Fuel, light, water, etc  7,250.00
Provisions, etc  13,500.00
Medical, surgical, veterinary, and dental supplies  3,500.00
Laundry   3,500.00
Peed for stock   15,800.00
Purchase of poultry and live stock, etc  3,035.00
Vocational supplies   3,665.00
Incidentals and contingencies   3,681.00
$103,501.00
Less receipts, estimated at      23,512.80
Total of Vote No. 156  J  79,988.20
157. Administration of " Infants Act."
Salaries:
Superintendent of Neglected Children        $2,400.00
Stenographer          1,056.00
$3,456.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  135.00
Travelling expenses, etc        1,350.00
Grants and contributions to home and aid societies..     64,000.00
Incidentals and contingencies          1,000.00
Total of Vote No. 157  69,941.00
158. Provincial Home for Incurables.
Salaries:
Medical Superintendent   $2,880.00
Matron    1,440.00
Clerk   960.00
Sundry employees   37,312.00
$42,592.00
Less deductions for board      14,880.00
$27,712.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  360.00
Travelling expenses, etc  90.00
Transportation of patients  500.00
Fuel, light, water, etc        6,000.00
Carried forward     $34,662.00 $1,582,406.20 ESTIMATES   (1930-31).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year ,
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
$32,840.00
2,000.00
2,000.00
28,000.00
2,500.00
3,000.00
800.00
7,000.00
2,500.00
$80,640.00
64,420.00
$16,220.00
$530,000.00
9,000.00
92,000.00
17,000.00
4,000.00
$652,000.00
$4,360.00
2,000.00
1,620.00
900.00
1,020.00
1,140.00
1,560.00
720.00
600.00
$13,920.00
1,350.00
600.00
$15,870.00
158.
159.
DEPARTMENT OP THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued.
Provinctal Home for Incurables—Continued.
Brought forward      $34,662.00  $1,582,406.20
Expenses—Continued.
Janitors' supplies and maintenance of grounds	
Janitors' supplies        1,500.00
Furniture and fixtures	
Provisions, etc      30,069.00
Clothing,  boots, etc        4,000.00
Medical and surgical supplies        3,000.00
Dentistry    800.00
Laundry          7,000.00
Incidentals and contingencies        2,500.00
$83,531.00
Less receipts, estimated at       63,379.00
Total of Vote No. 158  20,152.00
Grants to Hospitals and Charities.
(a.)  Statutory Grants to Hospitals  $825,000.00
(6.)  Grants to Charitable Associations, etc       69,400.00
(c.) In Aid of Destitute Poor and Sick, etc    100,000.00
(d.) In Aid of Resident Physicians      18,500.00
(e.)  Burial of Indigent Persons         4,000.00
(/.)   Special Grants to Hospitals     176,082.00
Total, Grants to Hospitals and Charities, Vote No. 159    1,192,982.00
160. Civil Service Commission.
Salaries:
Civil Service Commissioner   $3,000.00
Chief Clerk   1,900.00
Superannuation Clerk   1,020.00
Superannuation  Clerk   1,200.00
Clerk  :  1,320.00
Stenographer     780.00
Clerk-Stenographer    1,092.00
Two Stenographers @ $840   1,680.00
Stenographer     780.00
Junior Clerk 	
Temporary assistance   600.00
$13,372.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  900.00
Travelling expenses, etc  675.00
Carried forward     $14,947.00  $2,795,540.20 ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
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Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
$15,870.00
800.00
$16,670.00
$7,500.00
30,000.00
$37,500.00
$3,420.00
2,200.00
1,740.00
1,500.00
1,050.00
990.00
780.00
600.00
1,572.00
1,200.00
1,020.00
1,560.00
1,020.00
80,000.00
3,000.00
$101,652,00
91,500.00
$193,152.00
193,142.00
$10.00
DEPARTMENT OP THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued.
160. Civil Service Commission—Continued.
Brought foncard    $14,947.00  $2,795,540.20
Expenses—Continued.
Examinations, advertising, etc      $1,500.00
Less fees, estimated at  500.00
1,000.00
Total of Vote No. 160 	
161. Grants re Civil Service.
Gratuities under  sec.  46,   " Civil  Service  Act,"  and
retiring allowances       $7,500.00
Superannuation (old allowances)       30,000.00
Total of Vote No. 161 	
162. King's Printer.
Salaries:
King's Printer and Comptroller of Stationery  $3,420.00
Stationery Superintendent   2,220.00
Chief Clerk and Accountant  1,840.00
Clerk 	
Clerk-Stenographer    1,212.00
Stenographer     1,140.00
Stenographer     900.00
Two Stenographers @ $840   1,680.00
Junior Clerk   720.00
Messenger     660.00
Stationery Clerk   1,572.00
Stationery  Clerk    1,200.00
Packer     1,020.00
Paper Stockman   1,620.00
Multigrapher   1,092.00
Assistant Multigrapher  780.00
Sundry employees   95,000.00
Temporary assistance   1,500.00
Expenses:
(Office supplies, postage, etc	
I Travelling expenses, etc	
J Printing-paper, materials, stationery, etc	
New machinery, type, maintenance of plant, repairs, etc	
$117,576.00
103,650.00
$221,226.00
Less   chargeable   to   King's   Printer   Operating
Account     221,216.00
Total of Vote No. 162
15,947.00
37,500.00
10.00
Carried forward   $2,848,997.20 A 88
ESTIMATES   (1930-31).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
$15,000.00
800.00
9,600.00
17,500.00
50,000.00
16,500.00
200.00
5,000.00
10,000.00
25,000.00
180,000.00
75,000.00
325,000.00
$729,600.00
$2,914,087.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY— Continued.
Brought forward   $2,848,997.20
163. Government House.
Salaries:
Private Secretary   $2,520.00
Secretarial Stenographer  1,092.00
Temporary  assistance    2,100.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc.
$5,712.00
500.00
Total of Vote No. 163
164a.
164b.
164c.
164d.
164b.
164f.
164o.
164h.
Miscellaneous.
Registration of Voters      $15,000.00
Grant to City of Greenwood 	
Grant to City of Rossland 	
Industries for Blind Adults 	
Assessment on Class 13  (The Crown), "Workmen's
Compensation Act "      125,000.00
Salaries of Members, Workmen's Compensation Board      	
" Historic Objects Preservation Act" 	
Grant towards Administration of Canteen Funds 	
Grant to Canteen Fund Trustees        10,000.00
Contingencies, Incidentals, and Entertainments, etc...        5,000.00
Teachers' Pensions        25,000.00
" Superannuation   Act "—Government   Contributions
to Superannuation Fund     220,000.00
" Civil  Service Act"—Salary Adjustments and Reorganization 	
Departmental  Commissioner — Administration  Expenses      10,000.00
Hospitals and Eleemosynary Institutions, etc	
Expenses—State  Health   Insurance  and  Maternity
Benefits Commission       14,000.00
Total, Miscellaneous 	
6,212.00
424,000.00
Total, Department of the Provincial Secretary     $3,279,209.20 ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
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Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Tear
1930-31.
$7,500.00
2,040.00
$9,540.00
630.00
2,000.00
$12,170.00
$5,120.00
3,920.00
1,080.00
2,760.00
2,200.00
2,100.00
1,800.00
1,740.00
(3) 4,716.00
1,140.00
960.00
600.00
3,540.00
2,340.00
2,040.00
960.00
3,000.00
$11,880.00
3,000.00
$8,880.00
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS.
165. Minister's Office.
Salaries:
Minister of Public Works        $7,500.00
Secretary         2,160.00
$9,660.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  450.00
Travelling expenses, etc        2,250.00
Total of Vote No. 165        $12,360.00
166. Administration.
Salaries:
Chief Engineer       $5,120.00
Assistant Chief Engineer         3,920.00
Secretary         1,260.00
Accounting Office.
Chief Accountant   2,880.00
Assistant Accountant   2,320.00
Clerk   2,200.00
Statistician    1,900.00
Inventory Clerk   1,800.00
Clerk   1,788.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Clerk   1,500.00
Clerk   1,380.00
Clerk-Stenographer  960.00
Clerk   900.00
Stenographer   780.00
Junior Clerk   660.00
Architect's Office.
Chief Architect  $3,540.00
Assistant Chief Architect  2,700.00
Architect  2,640.00
Architect  2,340.00
Draughtsman     2,160.00
Inspector :  2,400.00
Stenographer     1,044.00
Temporary assistance	
$16,824.00
Less chargeable to construction	
16,824.00
Carried forward     $47,812.00       $12,360.00 A 90
ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
$3,540.00
3,420.00
2.640.00
2,060.00
1,900.00
1,272.00
840.00
2,640.00
2,200.00
840.00
720.00
1,200.00
990.00
3,540.00
1,700.00
780.00
3,000.00
(7) -23,940.00
3,300.00
(4)  10,800.00
DEPARTMENT OP PUBLIC WORKS—Continued.
166. Administration—Continued.
Brought forward      $47,812.00       $12,360.00
Salaries—Continued.
Bridge Department.
Bridge Engineer  3,540.00
Inspector     3,420.00
Draughting Office.
Designing Engineer   2,760.00
Chief Draughtsman   2,220.00
Draughtsman  2,100.00
Draughtsman  2,000.00
Draughtsman  (Junior)    1,380.00
Draughtsman  (Junior)     660.00
Stenographer     900.00
Equipment Department.
Mechanical  Superintendent    2,760.00
Inspector of Equipment   2,220.00
Accountant  1,800.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Clerk-Stenographer   780.00
Chauffeur-Mechanic   1,680.00
Chauffeur   1,080.00
General Office.
Senior Clerk   2,320.00
Piling  Clerk    1,080.00
Junior Clerk 	
Two Junior Clerks @ $780   1,560.00
Stenographer   1,092.00
Office Engineer's Department.
Office Engineer   3,540.00
Draughtsman  1,800.00
Clerk (Junior)    1,200.00
Stenographer  840.00
Temporary Assistance, Headquarters.
Temporary assistance   11,500.00
District Offices.
Salaries:
Eight District Engineers @ $3,420   27,360.00
District Engineer   3,300.00
Engineering   (Surfacing)     2,760.00
Two Assistant District Engineers @ $2,820  5,640.00
Carried forward   $142,724.00       $12,360.00 ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
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Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Tear
1930-31.
(3) $7,920.00
2,580.00
(8) 20,160.00
(2)  4,800.00
(7) 11,340.00
1,512.00
(8) 12,576.00
(4)  6,000.00
1,272.00
(3)
3,600.00
1,140.00
(4)
4,080.00
(3)
2,880.00
(4)
3,360.00
(2)
1,560.00
3,000.00
$196,118.00
9,000.00
30,500.00
7,500.00
32,000.00
3,500.00
$278,618.00
$1,200.00
$1,200.00
DEPARTMENT OP PUBLIC WORKS—Continued.
166. Administration—Continued.
District Offices—Continued.
Brought forward  $142,724.00       $12,360.00
Salaries—Continued.
Two Assistant District Engineers @ $2,760   5,520.00
Assistant District Engineer   2,700.00
Seven Assistant District Engineers @ $2,640  18,480.00
Two Assistant District Engineers @ $2,520   5,040.00
Three Assistant District Engineers @ $2,400   7,200.00
Twelve Clerks @ $1,620   19,440.00
Clerk   1,584.00
Two Clerks @ $1,572  3,144.00
Six Clerks @ $1,500   9,000.00
Clerk   1,560.00
Clerk  •.  1,380.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,212.00
Two Clerk-Stenographers ® $1,200  2,400.00
Stenographer   1,080.00
Stenographer  1,044.00
Two Stenographers @ $1,020   2,040.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,020.00
Clerk-Stenographer    996.00
Clerk-Stenographer   960.00
Two Clerk-Stenographers @ $900   1,800.00
Stenographer  840.00
Three Stenographers @ $900  2,700.00
Two Stenographers @ $780  1,560.00
Clerk-Stenographer   780.00
Temporary assistance   6,300.00
$242,504.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc., Headquarters  13,500.00
Office supplies, etc., District Offices   27,450.00
Travelling expenses, etc., Headquarters   14,400.00
Travelling expenses, etc., District Offices   36,630.00
Printing annual reports, publicity   5,000.00
Total of Vote No. 166        339,484.00
167. Maintenance of Parliament Buildings and Grounds.
Salaries:
Telegraph Office.
Telegraph Operator       $1,200.00
Carried forward       $1,200.00     $351,844.00 A 92
ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
$1,200.00
2,080.00
1,720.00
1,260.00
$5,060.00
12,500.00
1,250.00
$18,810.00
3,800.00
$15,010.00
$1,800.00
(4) 6,480.00
1,800.00
1,500.00
1,800.00
1,680.00
1,560.00
1,500.00
2,640.00
1,680.00
$22,440.00
$1,820.00
1,440.00
1,350.00
(24)  30,240.00
3,780.00
1,200.00
1,260.00
$41,090.00
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS—Continued.
167.        Maintenance of Parliament Buildings and Grounds—Continued.
Brought forward ,       $1,200.00     $351,844.00
Salaries—Continued.
Heating Plant.
Engineer   $2,080.00
First Assistant Engineer   1,720.00
Fireman    1,260.00
Temporary assistance   500.00
$5,560.00
Expenses:
Fuel, etc       12,500.00
Supplies, etc         1,250.00
$19,310.00
Less   chargeable   to    King's    Printer.
Building  .,        4,000.00
15,310.00
Salaries:
Mechanical Staff.
Foreman of Works  2,220.00
Head Carpenter   1,800.00
Three Carpenters @ $1,620  4,860.00
Electrician   1,800.00
Assistant Electrician   1,500.00
Plumber    1,800.00
Assistant Plumber   1,680.00
Painter   1,560.00
Assistant Painter   1,500.00
Two Roofers and Cement-workers @ $1,320  2,640.00
Chauffeur-Mechanic (see Equipment Department)	
Janitors, Watchmen, and Ushers.
Chief Janitor   $1,820.00
Night Foreman   1,440.00
Day Foreman   1,350.00
Janitor St.... 1,320.00
Twenty-three Janitors @ $1,260  28,980.00
Janitor    1,200.00
Three Watchmen @ $1,260  3,780.00
Elevator Attendant   1,260.00
Usher  1,260.00
Carried forward .*.     $42,410.00   $37,870.00     $351,844.00 ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
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Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
$41,090.00
1,020.00
1,500.00
$43,610.00
1,320.00
$1,560.00
1,440.00
12,000.00
41,271.00
9,850.00
3,000.00
1,500.00
500.00
4,500.00
1,000.00
$157,561.00
$2,520.00
840.00
1,260.00
780.00
$5,400.00
4,000.00
10,000.00
3,000.00
10,700.00
200.00
600.00
1,500.00
$35,400.00
167
DEPARTMENT OP PUBLIC WORKS—Continued.
Maintenance of Parliament Buildings and Grounds—Continued.
Brought forward     $42,410.00   $37,870.00     $351,844.00
Salaries—Continued.
Janitors, Watchmen, and Ushers—Continued.
Assistant Usher 	
Temporary assistance
Less   chargeable   to   King's    Printer
Building 	
1,020.00
4,260.00
$47,090.00
1,260.00
Grounds.
Head Gardener 	
Assistant Gardener
Expenses:
Furniture, etc	
46,430.00
1,560.00
1,440.00
25,000.00
Power, light, and water       12,000.00
Repairs, etc	
Gardeners' supplies
Janitors' supplies ....
Telephones 	
Taxes   	
Garage  	
Miscellaneous   	
40,960.00
10,200.00
3,000.00
15,000.00
750.00
6,920.00
1,000.00
Total of Vote No. 167..
168. Government House (Maintenance).
Salaries:
Private Secretary 	
Stenographer	
Head Gardener   -  $1,260.00
Housekeeper     840.00
$2,100.00
Expenses:
Fuel, light, water, etc :        4,000.00
Repairs, etc      10,000.00
Furniture and supplies 	
Grounds   	
Taxes	
Secretary's house-rent, fuel, etc.
Miscellaneous   	
3,000.00
11,200.00
200.00
600.00
928.00
Total of Vote No. 168
208,130.00
32,028.00
Carried forward :      $592,002.00 A 94
ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1928-29.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
19-30-31.
$2,560,000.00
$2,560,000.00
$10,000.00
$183,807.00
$183,807.00
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS—Continued.
Brought forward      $592,002.00
169. Roads, Bridges, Ferries, Wharves, etc $2,546,000.00
Less receipts  ,        47,000.00
Total of Vote No. 169      2,499,000.00
170. Local Roads within Organized Territory   10,000.00
171. Maintenance, Repairs, etc., to Government Buildings through
out the Province (excepting Parliament Buildings and
Government House) and Rental of Offices.
Salaries:
Victoria Court-house.
Engineer        $1,260.00
Head Janitor         1,260.00
Three Janitors @ $1,260        3,780.00
Night-watchman         1,260.00
Elevator Attendant          1,260.00
Normal School, Victoria.
Engineer   1,680.00
Assistant Engineer   1,380.00
Janitor    1,260.00
Two Gardeners @ $1,260  2,520.00
Vancouver Court-house.
Carpenter          1,596.00
Mental Hospital, New Westminster.
Sundry employees       10,392.00
Mental Hospital, E»sondale.
Sundry employees  : ..       35,556.00
Colony Farm, Essondale.
Sundry employees         3,060.00
Tranquille Sanatorium.
Sundry employees        13,999.00
General.
Temporary assistance        4,737.00
$85,000.00
Expenses:
Repairs, etc  237,750.00
Furniture, etc  45,000.00
Fuel, light, and water  6,000.00
Telephones  »  5,000.00
Grounds  22,000.00
Total of Vote No. 171         400,750.00
Carried forward   $3,501,752.00 ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
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Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
$61,090.00
44,000.00
$17,090.00
$10,834.00
3,000.00
$7,834.00
$3,262,480.00
$4,440.00
1,900.00
1,800.00
840.00
228.00
100.00
$9,308.00
3,960.00
2,760.00
2,760.00
1,050.00
100.00
$19,938.00
1,400.00
3,000.00
$24,338.00
$15,540.00
2,000.00
16,000.00
6,500.00
3,100.00
$43,140.00
$67,478.00
DEPARTMENT OP PUBLIC WORKS—Continued.
Brought forward   $3,501,752.00
172. Steam-boiler Inspection.
Salaries and expenses      $54,650.00
Less receipts, estimated at       45,000.00
Total of Vote No. 172   9,650.00
173. Electrical Energy Inspection.
Salaries and expenses     $11,044.00
Less receipts, estimated at 	
Total of Vote No. 173   11,044.00
Total, Department of Public Works     $3,522,446.00
DEPARTMENT OF RAILWAYS.
174. General Office.
Salaries:
(a.)  Victoria Office.
Deputy Minister and Chief Engineer   $4,440.00
Draughtsman  2,000.00
Chief Clerk   1,900.00
Stenographer   900.00
Secretary to Minister   228,00
Temporary assistance   100.00
$9,568.00
(6.)  Vancouver Office.
Chief Inspector of Rolling-stock and Equipment  3,960.00
Assistant Inspector of Rolling-stock and Equipment.. 2,880.00
Assistant Inspector of Rolling-stock and Equipment.. 2,760.00
Stenographer   1,320.00
Temporary assistance   100.00
$20,588.00
Expenses :
Office supplies, etc        1,260.00
Travelling expenses, etc!         2,700.00
Total of Vote No. 174        $24,548.00
175. Praser River Bridge, New Westminster.
Salaries     $16,200.00
Temporary assistance         2,000.00
Maintenance and repairs        17,600.00
Widening highway deck 	
Miscellaneous           3,000.00
Three automatic lubricators          1,500.00
Total of Vote No. 175  40,300.00
Total, Department of Railways         $64,848.00 A 96
ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1929-30.
No. ol
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
CAPITAL
ACCOUNT.
( Expenditures
out of Income.)
176. Sinking Funds.
Inscribed Stock.
" Loan Acts, 1891,
1893, 1895, 1899,
and 1902 "—1% per annum on
Inscribed Stock,
£2,045,760 ($9,921,936), payable to B.C. Loan
Trustees in London, England, 1st July, 1930, and 1st January,
$99,219.36
1931
. for' investment.
Loan
Act:
Debentures.
Series.
Annual Payment due.
On
Maturing.
119,050.00
1914
April
1,1930
$7,275,000.00
April
1,1941
$119,050.00
57,400.00
1916
" DH "
June
15,1930
2,000,000.00
June
15,1941
57,400.00
86,000.00
1916
"Y"
July
2,1930
3,000,000.00
July
2,1939
86,000.00
5,740.00
1917
" 11 "
April
1,1930
200,000.00
April
1,1938
5,740.00
9,072.00
1917
it nrw  »»
May
16,1930
300,000.00
May
16,1939
9,072.00
2,870.00
1917
" Ml "
Nov.
1,1930
100,000.00
Nov.
1,1938
2,870.00
2,870.00
1917
" Ol"
Dec.
1, 1930
100,000.00
Dec.
1,1938
2,870.00
8,610.00
1917
" Gl "
Dec.
1,1930
300,000.00
Dec.
1,1937
8,610.00
2,870.00
1917
" PI "
Dec.
1, 1930
100,000.00
Dec.
1,1938
2,870.00
86,000.00
1918
"S"
Mar.
5,1931
3,000,000.00
Mar.
5,1939
86,000.00
28,700.00
1918
" Dl "
June
15,1930
1,000,000.00
June
15,1941
28,700.00
14,350.00
1919
" DR "
Oct.
26,1930
500,000.00
Oct.
26,1941
14,350.00
14,350.00
1920
" DS "
Oct.
26,1930
500,000.00
Oct.
26,1941
14,350.00
28,700.00
1921
" DT "
Oct.
26,1930
1,000,000.00
Oct.
26,1941
28,700.00
29,325.00
1921 (S.S.)
" DX "
Jan.
15,1931
1,500,000.00
Jan.
15,1948
29,325.00
8,400.00
1921 (S.S.)
" EB "
June
25,1930
400,000.00
June
25,1948
8,400.00
1091   fSSl
" ET "
April
Jan.
25,1930
15, 1931
100,000.00
500,000.00
Ar,ril   9S  1QFU
2,401.00
9,775.00
9,775.00
1922
" DY "
Jan.
15,1948
21,170.00
1922
" ED "
June
25,1930
700,000.00
June
25, 1943
21,170.00
3,082.00
1922
" FH "
Nov.
1, 1930
188,000.00
Nov.
1,1957
3,082.00
11,556.00
1923
" FC "
Sept.
25, 1930
705,000.00
Sept.
25,1957
11,556.00
22,439.00
1924
"EQ"
July
2,1930
1,000,000.00
July
2,1950
22,439.00
5,442.00
1924
" FI "
Nov.
1,1930
332,000.00
Nov.
1,1957
5,442.00
4,508.00
1925
" PD "
Sept.
25,1930
275,000.00
Sept.
25,1957
4,508.00
984.00
1925
" PJ "
Nov.
1,1930
60,000.00
Nov.
1,1957
984.00
28,276.00
1927
« FB „
Sept.
25,1930
1,725,000.00
Sept.
25,1957
28,276.00
738.00
1927
" FB "
Sept.
25,1930
45,000.00
Sept.
25,1957
738.00
1,803.00
1927
" PK "
Nov.
1,1930
110,000.00
Nov.
1,1957
1,803.00
17,830.00
1927
" FL "
Dec.
1,1930
1,000,000.00
Dec.
1,1957
17,830.00
44,878.00
1927
" FM "
Oct.
1,1930
2,000,000.00
Oct.
1,1953
44,878.00
Dyking Debentures Act,
1891:
7,867.00
July
1, 1930
445,000.00
July
1,1937
7,867.00
Better Housing Act, 1919:
10,300.00
" DJ "
June
30,1930
340,000.00
June
30,1941
10,300.00
41,000.00
" DD "
Dec.
31, 1930
1,361,500.00
Dec.
31,1940
41,000.00
Department
of Industries Act,
1919:
28,700.00
"DN"       Aug.   15,1930
Carried forward 	
1,000,000.00
Aug.
15,1941
28,700.00
$863,874.36
$767,056.00 ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
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Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Tear
1929-30.
No^of                                                     SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
CAPITAL ACCOUNT—Continued.
(Expenditures out of Income)—Continued.
176. Sinking Funds—Continued.
$863,874.36
$767,056.00
Debentures.        Annual Pay-
Series,              ment due.
On
Maturing.
B.C. Highway Loan Act, 1920:
39,000.00
" DQ "       Oct.      1,1930 $2,000,000.00
Oct.
1,1946
39,000.00
12,572.00
"EA"       June  25,1930
600,000,00
June
25,1948
12,572.00
20,955.00
"EE"       Jan.   25,1931
B.C. University Loan Act, 1920:
1,000,000.00
Jan.
25,1949
20,955.00
9,075.00
"EC"       June  25,1930
300,000.00
June
25,1943
9,075.00
20,952.00
"EH"       July   12,1930
1,000,000.00
July
12, 1949
20,952.00
4,098.00
"FA"       Sept.  25,1930
P.G.E. Construction Loan Act, 1921:
250,000.00
Sept
25,1957
4,098.00
28,700.00
" DM "       Aug.   15,1930
Revenue Act Amendment Act, 1922:
1,000,000.00
Aug.
15,1941
28,700.00
20,955.00
" EP "       Jan.   25,1931
1,000,000.00
Jan.
25,1949
20,955.00
42,791.00
"EG"       July   12,1930
Revenue Act, R.S.B.C. 1924:
2,042,300.00
July
12,1949
42,791.00
89,756.00
" EU "       Jan.    15,1931
4,000,000.00
Jan.
15,1951
89,756.00
89,756.00
" FN"       Oct.      1,1930
4,000,000.00
Oct.
1,1953
89,756.00
67,526.00
" PO "       Jan.    23,1931
6,417,000.00
Jan.
23,1969
67,526.00
"PP"       April 25,1930
" FQ "       April 25,1930
" FR "       April 25,1930
" FS "       April 25,1930
"FU"       Sept. 24,1930
Consolidated Issues:
4,056,000.00
2,000,000.00
1,000,000.00
2,900,000.00
3,036,500.00
April 25,1954
April 25,1954
April 25,1954
April 25,1954
Sept.  24,1959
97,393.00
48,024.00
24,012.00
69,635.00
54,141.00
"EM"   .  July   12,1930
2,000,000.00
July
12,1939
apportioned as follows :—
"Loan Act. 1917." on S145.000	
$6,719.59
" P.G.E. Construction Loan Act, 1920," on $25,500
1,181.72
" P.G.E. Construction Loan Act, 1921," on $448,000	
20,761.22
" B.C. University Loan Act, 1920,"
on $150,000	
6,951.30
"Loan Act. 1921." on SSOO.OOO	
37,073.60
11,585.50
"Loan   Act   1921   (S.S.I" on S250.000	
" Loan Act, 1923," on $181,500	
8,411.07
92,684.00
92,684.00
" FG "       Nov.     1,1930
$310,000.00
Nov.
1,1942
apportioned as follows :—
"T.nnn   Act   1921" on $47.000	
$2,261.00
" P.G.E. Construction Loan Act, 1921," on $263,000	
12,655.00
14,916.00
14,916.00
325,930.75
Pacific Great Eastern Guaranteed Stock
Total of Vote No. 176
325,930.75
$1,743,541.11
$1,939,927.75
$1,939,927.75 A 98
ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Tear
1929-30.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Tear
1930-31.
$210,000.00
$907,200.00
9,700.00
$5,000.00
1,875,441.11
CAPITAL ACCOUNT—Continued.
(Expenditures out of Income)—Continued.
Brought forward   $1,939,927.75
177. Redemption of Debentures:
"Loan Act, 1921 (Second Session)," Series " EV "....    $35,000.00
" Revenue Act," R.S.B.C. 1924, Series " EV "     175,000.00
Total annual redemption payment due on Series " EV,"
June 29th, 1930, Vote No. 177       210,000.00
178. Pacific Great Eastern Railway Company—Interest on Guaranteed
Bonds due July 15th, 1930, and January 15th, 1931       907,200.00
179. British Columbia House, London, Eng.—Instalment on Mortgage.... 9,700.00
180. Songhees Reserve  (Improvements)  5,000.00
181. Censor of Moving Pictures—Sound-picture  Equipment,  Installa
tion, etc  11,000.00
Total, Capital Expenditures (out of Income)  $3,082,827.75 ESTIMATES   (1930-31).
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DETAILED STATEMENT OP VOTE No. 84.
Salaries of Teachers in Assisted Schools.
Salarv.
1929-30.
School.
Salary.
1930-31.
Salarv.
1929-30.
School.
Salary,
1930-31.
$1,020.00—Adelphi  $1,020.00
1,020.00—Ainsworth  1,020.00
960.00—Albert Canyon  :      960.00
1,140.00—Alexander Manson   1,140.00
1,080.00—Alexandria   1,080.00
1,080.00—Alexandria, North   1,080.00
1,140.00—Alexis Creek  1,140.00
1,080.00—Alice Siding   1,080.00
1,140.00—Allenby, Principal  1,140.00
960.00—Allenby, 2nd Div      960.00
960.00—Allen Grove      960.00
1,080.00—Anarchist Mountain  1,080.00
960.00—Anderson Creek      960.00
1,020.00—Anglemont     1,020.00
1,050.00—Annable   1,050.00
960.00—Annie Bay      960.00
1,080.00—Appledale    1,080.00
1,050.00—Argenta   1,050.00
960.00—Arrow Park, East     960.00
960.00—Arrow Park, West   1,020.00
1,020.00—Ashton  Creek  1,020.00
1,320.00—Atlin     1,320.00
1,080.00—Australian     1,080.00
1,020.00—Avola  .'  1,020.00
900.00—Bainbridge       900.00
1,140.00—Baker Creek  1,140.00
1,020.00—Balmoral   1,020.00
960.00—Bamberton       960.00
1,020.00—Bamfield   1,020.00
1,140.00—Barkerville   1,140.00
960.00—Barnston Island      960.00
1,080.00—Beale Quarries   1,080.00
1,320.00—Bear Plats  1,320.00
960.00—Beaton      960.00
1,020.00—Beaver Cove  1,020.00
960.00—Beaver  Creek       960.00
1,050.00—Beaverdell     1,050.00
1,020.00—Beavermouth   1,020.00
1,080.00—Beaver River   1,080.00
1,020.00—Belford    1,020.00
1,080.00—Bend  1,080.00
1,140.00—Bevan, Principal   1,140.00
960.00—Bevan, 2nd Div      960.00
1,100.00—Big Bar Mountain  1,100.00
1,140.00—Big Creek   1,140.00
1,020.00—Big Eddy   1,020.00
1,140.00—Big Lake  1,140.00
1,020.00—Birch Island   1,020.00
960.00—Birken      960.00
1.140.
1,020,
1,320.
1,200.
1,080
960
1,020.
1,020.
1,020.
1,020.
960.
1,100.
960.
900.
1,020.
1,080.
1,020.
1,020.
900.
1,080.
1,380.
1,200,
1,080,
960,
960.
1,050
1,100.
1,020
1,300
1,140,
1,140.
1,140,
1,140.
1,020.
1,140.
960.
1,360
1,260.
1,080.
960,
1,020.
1,080.
1,080,
1,080,
960,
1,020
900,
1,100.
.00—Black Canyon   $960.00
00—Black Creek   1,140.00
.00—Blackpool    1,020.00
00—Blakeburn, Principal   1,320.00
00—Blakeburn, 2nd Div  1,200.00
.00—Blakeburn, 3rd Div  1,080.00
00—Blakeburn, 4th Div  960.00
.00—Blind Bay    1,020.00
.00—Blind Channel   1,020.00
.00—Bloedel     1,020.00
.00—Blubber Bay   1,020.00
.00—Blucher Hall   960.00
,00—Blue River   1,100.00
.00—Bonaparte Valley   960.00
.00—Boston Bar  960.00
.00—Boswell   1,020.00
.00—Bouchie Lake  1,080.00
,00—Boundary Palls   1,020.00
.00—Bowie     1,020.00
00—Bowser     900.00
.00—Box Lake   1,080.00
00—Brechin, Principal   1,380.00
.00—Brechin, 2nd Div  1,200.00
00—Brechin, 3rd Div  1,080.00
.00—Brechin, 4th Div ,  960.00
00—Brechin, 5th Div  960.00
.00—Bridesville    1,050.00
.00—Bridge Lake   1,100.00
.00—Bridge River   1,020.00
,00— Brilliant, Principal   1,300.00
,00—Brilliant, 2nd Div  1,140.00
.00—Brilliant, 3rd Div  1,140.00
,00—Brilliant, 4th Div  1,140.00
,00—Brilliant, 5th Div  1,140.00
00—Brisco     1,020.00
00—Britannia Beach, Principal.... 1,140.00
.00—Britannia Beach, 2nd Div  960.00
00—Britannia Mine, High  1,360.00
,00—Britannia Mine, Principal  1,260.00
.00—Britannia Mine, 2nd Div  1,080.00
.00—Britannia Mine, 3rd Div  960.00
00—Brookmere  1,020.00
00—Brown Creek   1,080.00
00—Buffalo Creek      1,080.00
.00—Bulkley,  South   1,080.00
.00—Cahilty     960.00
.00—Campbell Falls   1,020.00
,00—Campbell Ranch   900.00
.00—Camp Lister   1,100.00 A 100
ESTIMATES   (1930-31).
DETAILED STATEMENT OF VOTE No. 84—Continued.
Salaries of Teachers in Assisted Schools—Continued.
Salarv.
1929-30.
School.
Salarv.
1930-31.
Salarv.
1929-30.
School.
Salary.
1930-31.
$1,080.00—Canal Flat  $1,080.00
960.00—Canford       960.00
1,080.00—Canyon Creek   1,080.00
1,080.00—Carlin Siding  1,080.00
1,020.00—Carroll's Landing   1,020.00
1,150.00—Carson   1,150.00
1,080.00—Cartier  1,080.00
1,260.00—Cassidy, Principal   1,260.00
1,080.00—Cassidy, 2nd Div  1,080.00
960.00—Cassidy, 3rd Div      960.00
1,020.00—Castledale   1,020.00
1,080.00—Castle Rock   1,080.00
900.00—Cedar, East      900.00
1,260.00—Cedar, North, Principal   1,260.00
1,080.00—Cedar, North, 2nd Div  1,080.00
960.00—Cedar, North, 3rd Div     960.00
1,080.00—Cedarside ....'.  1,080.00
1,080.00—Cedarvale   1,080.00
1,020.00—Celista  1,020.00
1,200.00—Champion Creek   1,200.00
1,320.00—Charlie Lake   1,320.00
1,020.00—Chase Creek, Lower  1,020.00
1,260.00—Chase River, Principal   1,260.00
1,080.00—Chase River, 2nd Div  1,080.00
960.00—Chase River, 3rd Div      960.00
900.00—Cherry Creek Valley      900.00
1,140.00—Chezacut     1,140.00
1,080.00—Chilco     1,080.00
960.00—Chilliwack River       960.00
1,140.00—Chimney Creek   1,140.00
960.00—Chinook Cove      960.00
1,080.00—Christian Valley   1,080.00
1,020.00—Christina Lake   1,020.00
960.00—Chu Chua       960.00
960.00—Clayoquot      960.00
1,020.00—Clearwater   1,020.00
960.00—Clo-oose       960.00
1,140.00—Coalmont, Principal   1,140.00
960.00—Coalmont, 2nd Div     960.00
1,080.00—Coast Logging   1,080.00
1,020.00—Cokato   1,020.00
1,080.00—Colleymount  1,080.00
1,080.00—Columbia Gardens   1,080.00
1,360.00—Comox, High, Principal  1,360.00
1,200.00—Comox, High, 2nd Div  1,200.00
1,380.00—Comox, Principal   1,380.00
1,200.00—Comox, 2nd Div  1,200.00
1,080.00—Comox, 3rd Div  1,080.00
960.00—Comox, 4th Div      960.00
$960.00—Comox, 5th Div    $960.00
900.00—Concord       900.00
1,080.00—Copper City   1,080.00
1,140.00—Copper Mountain, Principal.. 1,140.00
960.00—Copper Mountain, 2nd Div     960.00
960.00—Cortes Island       960.00
1,140.00—Cowichan Lake, Principal  1,140.00
960.00—Cowichan Lake, 2nd Div      960.00
1,020.00—Craigellachie   1,020.00
1,100.00—Crescent Valley   1,100.00
1,000.00—Creston, West   1,000.00
1,020.00—Criss Creek  1,020.00
1,050.00—Crow's Nest   1,050.00
1,080.00—Croydon     1,080.00
960.00—Cultus Lake      960.00
1,020.00—Curzon   1,020.00
960.00—Darlington       960.00
1,320.00—Dawson Creek, North   1,320.00
1,320.00—Dawson Creek, South   1,320.00
1,080.00—Decker Lake  1,080.00
900.00—Deep Bay       900.00
060.00—Deer Park      960.00
960.00—Demars, West      960.00
900.00—Departure Bay       900.00
960.00—Diamond Crossing       960.00
900.00—Divide      900.00
1,320.00—Doe  Creek    1,320.00
1,200.00—Dog Creek   1,200.00
1,080.00—Dome Creek   1,080.00
960.00—Doriston       960.00
1,020.00—Dorr   1,020.00
1,080.00—Dorreen   1,080.00
1,080.00—Dragon Lake   1,080.00
1,080.00—Driftwood Creek  1,080.00
1,080.00—Dunster   1,080.00
1,080.00—Duthie Mines   1,080.00
960.00—Eagle Bay      960.00
1,020.00—Eagle Valley   1,020.00
1,020.00—Edgewood   1,080.00
1,020.00—Elk Bay   1,020.00
1,050.00—Elk Bridge  1,050.00
960.00—Elk Lake  ,      960.00
1,000.00—Elphinstone Bay  1,000.00
1,080.00—Endako    1,080.00
1,080.00—Engen     1,080.00
1,020.00—Englewood    1,020.00
1,080.00—Enterprise     1,080.00
1,020.00—Essondale   1,020.00
1,080.00—Evelyn   1,080.00 ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
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DETAILED STATEMENT OF VOTE No. 84— Continued.
Salaries of Teachers in Assisted Schools—Continued.
Salary.
1929-30.
School.
Salarv.
1930-31.
Salarv.
1929-30.
School.
Salarv.
1930-31.
$960.00—Swing's Landing    $960.00
1,260.00—Extension, Principal   1,260.00
1,080.00—Extension, 2nd Div  1,080.00
960.00—Extension, 3rd Div      960.00
960.00—Fairview      960.00
980.00—False Bay      960.00
960.00—Fauquier       960.00
1,050.00—Fife     1,050.00
1,080.00—Finmoore  1,080.00
1,080.00—Pirvale     1,080.00
1,050.00—Flagstone    1,050.00
1,020.00—Florence Mine   1,020.00
1,020.00—Porde   1,020.00
960.00—Forest Glen      960.00
1,080.00—Forest Grove   1,080.00
1,320.00—Forfar   1,320.00
1,020.00—Forks   1,020.00
1,140.00—Port Fraser, Principal  1,140.00
960.00—Fort Fraser, 2nd Div      960.00
1,140.00—Fort St. James   1,140.00
1,320.00—Port St. John, Principal  1,320.00
1,200.00—Fort St. John, 2nd Div  1,200.00
1,320.00—Port St. John, East   1,320.00
900.00—Foster's Bar     900.00
1,100.00—Pour Mile   1,100.00
1,080.00—Francois Lake  1,080.00
1,080.00—Francois Lake, South   1,080.00
1,080.00—Fraser Plats   1,080.00
1,080.00—Fraser Lake   1,080.00
1,080.00—Fraser Lake, North   1,080.00
1,140.00—French Creek, Principal   1,140.00
960.00—French Creek, 2nd Div     960.00
1,200.00—Fruitova, Principal   1,200.00
1,140.00—Pruitova, 2nd Div  1,140.00
900.00—Gabriola, East      900.00
900.00—Gabriola, North     900.00
900.00—Gabriola, South     900.00
1,020.00—Galena   1,020.00
1,020.00—Galena Bay   1,020.00
900.00—Galiano    *900.00
900.00—Galiano, North      900.00
960.00—Galley Bay       960.00
1,020.00—Galloway     1,020.00
1,050.00—Gibson Creek   1,050.00
1,020.00—Gilford Island   1,020.00
960.00—Glacier     960.00
1,260.00—Glade, Principal   1,260.00
1,160.00—Glade, 2nd Div  1,160.00
1,080.00—Glenbank  1,080.00
$960.00—Glenemma    $960.00
960.00—Glenrosa       960.00
1,080.00—Glentanna   1,080.00
1,020.00—Grandview Bench   1,020.00
1,020.00—Granite Bay   1,020.00
1,050.00—Grasmere   1,050.00
1,080.00—Grassy Plains   1,080.00
1,020.00—Gray Creek   1,020.00
1,020.00—Great Central   1,020.00
1,100.00—Green Lake   1,100.00
1,020.00—Greenslide   1,020.00
1,260.00—Grindrod, Principal   1,260.00
1,020.00—Grindrod, 2nd Div  1,020.00
900.00—Grindrod, 3rd Div     900.00
960.00—Hall's Landing       960.00
1,020.00—Hardwick Island   1,020.00
1,360.00—Harewood, High, Principal.... 1,360.00
1,200.00—Harewood, High, 2nd Div  1,200.00
1,500.00—Harewood, Principal   1,500.00
1,260.00—Harewood, 2nd Div  1,260.00
1,140.00—Harewood, 3rd Div  1,140.00
1,020.00—Harewood, 4th Div  1,020.00
960.00—Harewood, 5th Div     960.00
960.00—Harewood, 6th Div     960.00
960.00—Harewood, 7th Div      960.00
960.00—Harewood, 8th Div     960.00
960.00—Harewood, 9th Div      960.00
1,140.00—Harpers Camp  1,140.00
1,020.00—Harrogate   1,020.00
1,080.00—Harrop   1,080.00
1,080.00—Haysport  1,080.00
960.00—Hendon     960.00
1,020.00—Heriot Bay   1,020.00
960.00—Heywood's Corner      960.00
1,140.00—High Bar  1,140.00
1,020.00—Hillcrest    1,020.00
1,140.00—Hillier, Principal   1,140.00
960.00—Hillier, 2nd Div     960.00
1,050.00—Hilltop    1,050.00
960.00—Holberg '.     960.00
960.00—Hornby Island      960.00
900.00—Home Lake      900.00
1,020.00—Horse Creek   1,020.00
1,140.00—Hosmer   1,140.00
1,320.00—Hudson Hope  1,320.00
1,080.00—Hulatt   1,080.00
1,020.00—Hupel   1,020.00
1,080.00—Huscroft   1,080.00
1,080.00—Hutton   1,080.00 A 102
ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
DETAILED STATEMENT OF VOTE No. 84—Continued.
Salaries of Teachers in Assisted Schools—Continued.
Salary,
1929-30.
School.
Salary,
1930-31.
Salary.
1929-30.
School.
Salary,
1930-31.
>.00—Ingram Mountain     $960.00
1,020.00—Inonoaklin Valley  1,020.00
1,000.00—Irvine's Landing  1,000.00
900.00—Isabella Point      900.00
1,080.00—Isle Pierre   1,080.00
1,050.00—Jaffray     1,050.00
1,140.00—James Island, Principal   1,140.00
960.00—James Island, 2nd Div     960.00
1,000.00—Jervis Inlet   1,000.00
1,020.00—Joe Rich Valley   1,020.00
1,050.00—Johnson's Landing   1,050.00
900.00—Jordan River     900.00
1,020.00—Juliet   1,020.00
1,020.00—Jura  1,020.00
960.00—Kaleden       960.00
1,020.00—Kaleva   1,020.00
900.00—Kapoor        900.00
900.00—Keefers       900.00
960.00—Kelly Creek      960.00
1,320.00—Kelly Lake   1,320.00
1,020.00—Kelowna,  South   1,020.00
1,080.00—Kettle Valley   1,080.00
1,080.00—Kidd   1,080.00
960.00—Kildonan      960.00
1,020.00—Killarney     1,020.00
1,360.00—Kimberley, High, Principal... 1,360.00
1,200.00—Kimberley, High, 2nd Div  1,200.00
1,200.00—Kimberley, High, 3rd Div  1,200.00
1,360.00—Kimberley, Principal   1,360.00
1,080.00—Kimberley, 2nd Div  1,080.00
1,000.00—Kimberley, 3rd Div  1,000.00
1,000.00—Kimberley, 4th Div  1,000.00
1,000.00—Kimberley, 5th Div  1,000.00
960.00—Kimberley, 6th Div     960.00
960.00—Kimberley, 7th Div     960.00
960.00—Kimberley, 8th Div     960.00
960.00—Kimberley, 9th Div     960.00
960.00—Kimberley, 10th Div      960.00
960.00—Kimberley, 11th Div      960.00
960.00—Kimberley, 12th Div     960.00
1,050.00—Kimberley,  13th  Div.   (Sullivan Hill)   1,050.00
1,080.00—Kimberley, 14th Div. (Chapman Camp, Principal)  1,080.00
960.00—Kimberley, 15th Div.  (Chapman Camp, 2nd Div.)     960.00
1,100.00—Kincolith     1,100.00
1,020.00—Kingcome Inlet   1,020.00
1,020.00—Kingfisher  :  1,020.00
$1,020.00—Kingsgate  $1,020.00
1,000.00—Kinnaird   1,000.00
1,100.00—Kispiox   1,100.00
1,100.00—Kitchener   1,100.00
1,080.00—Kitwanga  1,080.00
960.00—Kleindale         960.00
960.00—Knutsford      960.00
1,200.00—Krestova   1,200.00
960.00—Lake Buntzen  ,      960.00
1,080.00—Lakelse Valley   1,080.00
1,080.00—Lakes District   1,080.00
1,320.00—Landry     1,320.00
960.00—Lang Bay      960.00
1,050.00—Larchwood   1,050.00
1,050.00—Lardeau     1,050.00
1,100.00—Lawn Hill  1,100.00
960.00—Lear      960.00
1,080.00—Lewis Island   1,080.00
1,080.00—Lily Lake  ,.  1,080.00
1,020.00—Little Port   1,020.00
1,080.00—Lone Butte   1,080.00
1,020.00—Long Beach  1,020.00
1,080.00—Longworth    1,080.00
1,080.00—Longworth,  South   1,080.00
1,080.00—Loos   1,080.00
1,140.00—Lumberton, Principal   1,140.00
960.00—Lumberton, 2nd Div     960.00
1,020.00—Lund     1,020.00
1,020.00—Mabel Lake   1,020.00
1,020.00—Magna Bay   1,020.00
900.00—Malahat Station      900.00
1,260.00—Malcolm Island, Principal  1,260.00
1,080.00—Malcolm Island, 2nd Div  1,080.00
960.00—Malcolm Island, 3rd Div     960.00
900.00—Mamette Lake      900.00
1,080.00—Mapes  1,080.00
960.00—Maple Grove      960.00
1,080.00—Marten Lake   1,080.00
1,100.00—Masset   1,100.00
960T00—Maurelle Island      960.00
900.00—Mayo       900.00
1,050.00—Mayook  1,050.00
1,000.00—Meadowbrook   1,000.00
1,020.00—Meadow Creek  1,020.00
1,020.00—Meadow  Spur   1,020.00
1,020.00—Meadow Valley   1,020.00
1,020.00—Medora Creek   1,020.00
1,140.00—Meldrum Creek  1,140.00
1,080.00—Menzinger Creek  1,080.00 ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
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DETAILED STATEMENT OP VOTE No. 84—Continued.
Salaries of Teacheks in Assisted Schools—Continued.
Salarv.
1929-30.
School.
Salary,
1930-31.
Salarv.
1929-30.
School.
Salary,
1930-31.
$1,080.00—Milburn Lake  $1,080.00
1,140.00—Minto, Principal   1,140.00
960.00—Minto, 2nd Div      960.00
1,140.00—Miocene   1,140.00
1,000.00—Mirror Lake   1,000.00
1,020.00—Mitchell Bay   1,020.00
1,020.00—Moberly   1,020.00
1,020.00—Mohun Lake  1,020.00
960.00—Monte Lake      960.00
1,320.00—Montney    1,320.00
900.00—Montrose      900.00
1,050.00—Morrissey Mines   1,050.00
1,080.00—Mountain View   1,080.00
960.00—Mount Ingersoll       960.00
960.00—Mount McPherson      960.00
1,050.00—Moyase     1,050.00
1,140.00—Moyie, Principal   1,140.00
960.00—Moyle, 2nd Div      960.00
1,080.00—Mud River   1,080.00
1,050.00—Myncaster .'.  1,050.00
1,080.00—Macalister   1,080,00
900.00—McConnell Creek      O60.00
960.00—McGuigan      960.00
900.00—McLure      900.00
1,020.00—McMurdo     1,020.00
1,080.00—Nadina River  1,080.00
1,260.00—Nanaimo Bay, Principal  1,260.00
1,080.00—Nanaimo Bay, 2nd Div  1,080.00
960.00—Nanaimo Bay, 3rd Div     960.00
900.00—Nanoose Bay       900.00
960.00—Needles        960.00
1,050.00—Newgate   1,050.00
1,080.00—Newlands     1,080.00
1,080.00—Newlands, North   1,080.00
1,080.00—Nlthi River   1,080.00
960.00—Nixon Creek      960.00
1,080.00—Noosatsum    1,080.00
1,260.00—North Bend, Principal  1,260.00
1,080.00—North Bend, 2nd Div  1,080.00
960.00—North Bend, 3rd Div     960.00
1,140.00—Northfield, Principal   1,140.00
960.00—Northfield, 2nd Div     960.00
1,050.00—Norwegian Creek   1,050.00
960.00—Okanagan Palls      960.00
960.00—Olalla       960.00
1,320.00—Oliver, Principal  1,320.00
1,080.00—Oliver, 2nd Div  1,080.00
960.00—Oliver, 3rd Div     960.00
960.00—Oliver, 4th Div     960.00
1,080,
1,020.
1,100.
1,080.
1,080.
960.
1,200.
1,140,
960.
900.
1,020,
1,080.
1,080.
1,020.
1,080.
1,200.
1,020.
960.
960.
960.
1,000.
900.
1,080
1,080.
1,080,
1,020.
960.
1,020,
1,020.
1,200.
1,000.
1,140.
960.
960.
1,320,
1,320.
1,080.
1,200.
1,320
1,360.
1,200.
1,140
960.
900
1,020,
1,140
00—Olsen Lake     $960.00
.00—Omineca     1,080.00
.00—One Mile Creek   1,020.00
00—Oona River  1,100.00
.00—Orange Valley   1,080.00
00—Osland   1,080.00
00—Osoyoos      960.00
00—Outlook   1,200.00
00—Oyster, North, Principal  1,140.00
,00—Oyster, North, 2nd Div     960.00
,00—Oyster River       900.00
.00—Pachelqua   1,020.00
,00—Pacific   1,080.00
00—Palling   1,080.00
.00—Park's  Siding    1,020.00
00—Parson   1,080.00
.00—Pass Creek   1,200.00
00—Passmore     1,020.00
.00—Pavilion     960.00
00—Pemberton       960.00
.00—Pemberton Meadows      960.00
.00—Pender Harbour   1,000.00
00—Pender Island, South     900.00
.00—Penny     1,080.00
,00—Perow   1,080.00
.00—Perry Siding   1,080.00
00—Pinantan   1,020.00
00—Pine       960.00
00—Pioneer Mine   1,020.00
00—Popcum   1,020.00
00—Port Alice, Principal   1,200.00
00—Port Alice, 2nd Div  1,000.00
00—Port Clements   1,140.00
00—Port Hardy      960.00
00—Port Mellon       960.00
,00—Pouce Coupe, Central   1,320.00
00—Pouce Coupe, East   1,320.00
00—Prairiedale   1,080.00
00—Premier   1,200.00
.00—Progress   1,320.00
00—Qualicum Beach, High, Principal   1,360.00
00—Qualicum Beach,  High,  2nd
Div  1,200.00
.00—Qualicum Beach, Principal.... 1,140.00
.00—Qualicum Beach, 2nd Div      960.00
00—Qualicum, Little      900.00
.00—Quatsino   1,020.00
00—Queen Charlotte, Principal.... 1,140.00 A 104
ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
DETAILED STATEMENT OP VOTE No. 84—Continued.
Salaries of Teachers in Assisted Schools—Continued.
Salary.
1929-30.
School.
Salary,
1930-31.
Salary.
1929-30.
School.
Salary,
1930-31.
$1,080.00—Queen Charlotte, 2nd Div $1,080.00
1,140.00—Quesnel Dam   1,140.00
1,080.00—Quesnel, West   1,080.00
1,080.00—Quick   1,080.00
1,020.00—Radium Hot Springs   1,020.00
960.00—Raven Creek      960.00
960.00—Read Island       960.00
960.00—Red Gap      960.00
1,020.00—Red Lake   1,020.00
1,080.00—Reid Lake  1,080.00
1,020.00—Reiswig   1,020.00
1,080.00—Renata  1,080.00
960.00—Rendezvous         960.00
1,050.00—Retallack    1,050.00
1,020.00—Rhone     1,020.00
1,020.00—Riondel    1,020.00
960.00—Roberts Creek, East      960.00
960.00—Robin's Range       960.00
1,140.00—Rock Creek   1,140.00
1,000.00—Rock Creek, Upper  1,000.00
1,050.00—Rock Mountain   1,050.00
1,100.00—Roe Lake   1,100.00
1,500.00—Rolla, Principal  1,500.00
1,300.00—Rolla, 2nd Div  1,300.00
1,200.00—Rolla, 3rd Div  1,200.00
1,320.00—Rolla, North  1,320.00
1,050.00—Roosville   1,050.00
1,020.00—Rosebery  1,020.00
1,320.00—Rose Prairie   1,320.00
1,080.00—Round Lake   1,080.00
960.00—Round Top  1      960.00
1,020.00—Roy   1,020.00
960.00—Sahtlam      960.00
960.00— Saint Elmo       960.00
900.00—Saint Georges       900.00
1,020.00—Salmon Bench   1,020.00
960.00—Salmon Valley      960.00
960.00—Sand Creek     960.00
1,050.00—Sand Creek, Big   1,050.00
1,140.00—Sandspit   1,140.00
900.00—Savona Road      900.00
1,020.00—Sayward   1,020.00
1,020.00—Sayward, Upper   1,020.00
960.00—Seaford       960.00
1,080.00—Sealey Lake    1,080.00
1,000.00—Sechelt  1,000.00
1,020.00—Seymour Arm   1,020.00
1,320.00—Shearerdale   1,320.00
1,080.00—Shelley  1,080.00
$1,080.00—Sheraton  $1,080.00
900.00—Shirley     900.00
1,140.00—Shoreacres, Principal   1,140.00
1,020.00—Shoreacres, 2nd Div  1,020.00
1,020.00— Shuswap Palls  '.  1,020.00
1,020.00—Shutty Bench   1,020.00
1,020.00—Sicamous  1,020.00
1,260.00—Silverton, Principal   1,260.00
1,080.00—Silverton, 2nd Div  1,080.00
960.00—Silverton, 3rd Div      960.00
960.00—Simoom Sound      960.00
1,100.00—Simpson     1,100.00
1,080.00—Sinclair Mills  1,080.00
1,100.00—Sirdar    1,100.00
1,080.00— Sister's Creek   1,080.00
1,100.00—Skidegate    1,100.00
1,080.00—Slocan Park  1,080.00
1,080.00—Snowshoe   1,080.00
1,080.00—Soda Creek  1,080.00
1,200.00—Solarium, Principal   1,200.00
960.00—Solarium, 2nd Div     960.00
1,020.00—Solsqua    1,020.00
900.00—Sooke, North      900.00
960.00—Sorenson      960.00
1,080.00—Southbank     1,080.00
1,020.00—Springbend   1,020.00
1,320.00—Springhill   1,320.00
1,140.00—Springhouse   1,140.00
1,020.00—Sproat Lake  1,020.00
1,020.00—Squam Bay  1,020.00
960.00—Squirrel Cove      960.00
1,080.00—Strathnaver   1,080.00
1,140.00—Streatham  1,140.00
1,020.00—Stuart Island    1,020.00
1,080.00—Stuart River   1,080.00
1,020.00—Sugar Lake   1,020.00
960.00—Sullivan Valley      960.00
960.00—Sunnybrae        960.00
1,080.00—Sunnyside Cannery   1,080.00
960.00—Sunnyside, No. 2 ,      960.00
1,320.00—Sunset Prairie   1,320.00
960.00—Surge Narrows      960.00
1,320.00—Swan Lake   1,320.00
1,320.00—Swan Lake, North   1,320.00
1,100.00—Swift Creek   1,100.00
1,080.00—Tabor Creek  1,080.00
1,080.00—Taghum   1,080.00
960.00—Tappen Valley      960.00
1,080.00—Tatalrose   1,080.00 ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
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DETAILED STATEMENT OP VOTE No. 84—Continued.
Salaries of Teachers in Assisted Schools—Continued.
Salarv.
1929-30.
School.
Salary,
1930-31.
Salary.
1929-30.
School.
Salary,
1930-31.
$1,140.00—Tatla Lake $1,140.00
1,320.00—Taylor's Flats  1,320.00
1,080.00—Tchesinkut Lake .-.  1,080.00
1,320.00—Telegraph Creek   1,320.00
1,080.00—Ten Mile Lake  1,080.00
960.00—Testalinda Creek      960.00
1,080.00—Three Forks    1,080.00
960.00—Three Valley     960.00
1,200.00—Thrums, Principal   1,200.00
1,080.00—Thrums, 2nd Div  1,080.00
1,020.00—Thurston Bay   1,020.00
1,080.00—Tintagel  1,080.00
1,140.00—Tofino, Principal  1,140.00
960.00—Tofino, 2nd Div     960.00
1,080.00—Topley   1,080.00
1,080.00—Tranquille  1,080.00
1,020.00—Trapp Lake   1,020.00
1,020.00—Trinity Creek  1,020.00
1,020.00—Trinity Valley   1,020.00
1,500.00—Tsolum, High, Principal  1,500.00
1,200.00—Tsolum, High, 2nd Div  1,200.00
1,260.00—Tsolum, Principal  1,260.00
1,140.00—Tsolum, 2nd Div  1,140.00
1,020.00—Tsolum, 3rd Div  1,020.00
960.00—Tsolum, 4th Div     960.00
960.00—Tsolum, 5th Div     960.00
960.00—Tsolum, 6th Div     960.00
960.00—Tsolum, 7th Div     960.00
960.00—Tsolum, 8th Div     960.00
960.00—Tulameen        960.00
1,020.00—Turtle Valley   1,020.00
960.00—Ucluelet  1,020.00
960.00—Ucluelet, East      960.00
900.00—Underwood      900.00
1,260.00—Union Bay, Principal   1,260.00
1,080.00—Union Bay, 2nd Div  1,080.00
960.00—Union Bay, 3rd Div     960.00
1,020.00—Valdes Island  1,020.00
1,020.00—Vallican     1,020.00
960.00—Vancouver Bay      960.00
$1,020.00—Vavenby    $1,020.00
960.00—Vinsulla        960.00
1,140.00—Walhachin, Principal   1,140.00
960.00—Walhachin, 2nd Div     960.00
1,100.00—Watch Lake  1,100.00
1,140.00—Waterloo, Principal   1,140.00
960.00—Waterloo, 2nd Div     960.00
900.00—Watmore      900.00
1,080.00—Webber Lake   1,080.00
1,380.00—Wellington,  South, Principal 1,380.00
1,200.00—Wellington, South, 2nd Div... 1,200.00
1,080.00—Wellington, South, 3rd Div... 1,080.00
960.00—Wellington, South, 4th Div...    960.00
960.00—Wellington, South, 5th Div...    960.00
960.00—Westbank      960.00
1,020.00—Westbridge   1,020.00
960.00—Westsyde        960.00
1,140.00—Westview, Principal '.  1,140.00
960.00—Westview, 2nd Div     960.00
960.00—Westview, 3rd Div     960.00
960.00—Whaletown      960.00
1,020.00—White Lake   1,020.00
1,020.00—Wildwood, Principal   1,020.00
960.00—Wildwood, 2nd Div     960.00
1,080.00—Willowford   1,080.00
1,080.00—Willow River   1,080.00
1,080.00—Willowvale   1,080.00
1,020.00—Wilmer    1,020.00
1,020.00—Windermere   1,020.00
1,140.00—Wistaria   1,140.00
1,080.00—Woodcock   1,080.00
1,320.00—Woodfibre, Principal   1,320.00
1,200.00—Woodfibre, 2nd Div  1,200.00
1,080.00—Woodfibre, 3rd Div  1,080.00
960.00—Woodfibre, 4th Div     960.00
1,080.00—Woodmere   1,080.00
1,080.00—Woodpecker   1,080.00
1,080.00—Wycliffe     1,080.00
960.00—Yale      960.00
900.00—Yount      900.00

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