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REPORT OF THE MINISTER OF PUBLIC WORKS OF THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 1925-26 British Columbia. Legislative Assembly 1927

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 EEPOET
OP  THE
MINISTER OF PUBLIC WORKS
OF  THE
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
FOR   THE
FISCAL YEAR 1925-26
PRINTED BY
AUTHORITY OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.
VICTORIA, B.C.:
Printed by Charles F. Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1926.
PROVINCIAL LIBRARY*
VICTORIA, B. C.  To His Honour Eobert Randolph Bruce,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour:
Herewith I beg respectfully to submit the Annual Report of my Department
for the fiscal year ended March 31st, 1926, in compliance with the provisions of
the " Public Works Act."
W. H. SUTHERLAND,
Minister of Public Works.
Department of Public Works,
Parliament Buildings,
Victoria, B.C., October 1st, 1926.  Widening Lytton-Lillooet Road at Big Rock-slide by day-labour.
Macadamizing by clay-labour, Hast Saanich Road, near Sidney.  PUBLIC WORKS REPORT.
REPORT OF THE DEPUTY MINISTER AND PUBLIC WORKS ENGINEER.
Parliament Buildings,
Victoria, B.C., June 22nd, 1926.
Hon. W. H. Sutherland, M.D.,
Minister of Public Works, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I have the honour to submit my report for the fiscal year 1925-26.
Organization and Labour.
The changes made the previous year in the outside organization have all been in the best
interests of the Department, the transfer of district officials having proved both efficient and
economical. The following new appointments were made: J. E. Milne, Assistant District
Engineer, Prince Rupert, in place , of General Foreman Anderson, resigned; W. A. Talbot,
Assistant District Engineer for Atlin District, in place of the former assistant, J. A. Stephens,
resigned; and R. M. Corning, Assistant District Engineer, Salmon Arm, in place of General
Foreman Currie, resigned. All the appointments were filled by men who had previously proved
their ability and worth as temporary assistants on different contract, day-labour, and surveying
operations, promotion on merit being our express aim and object. It is with regret I accepted
the resignation of Assistant District Engineer Taylor, New Westminster, who left the Department
to enter into the contracting business. He was a most capable, conscientious, and zealous
official. This is the third Assistant District Engineer to go^-into contract-work, proving the
efficiency and enterprise of our engineers in general.
The outstanding feature of the year's operations was the general excellence of the day-labour
work, men giving better class of work when they understand the Department's requirements.
The improved system of uniform account-keeping introduced in the district offices and at
the Victoria headquarters, whereby closer checks are kept on all expenditures, worked very
satisfactorily.
Roads and Trails.
Interest centred in the Cariboo Road construction, which comprised the major portion of the
year's highway programme. Owing to the very open winter, construction operations on this road
were expedited to such an extent that the highway will be open for travel about the time arranged
for last year. Because of the importance and immensity of this highway undertaking, the years
1925-26 will be outstanding in the Department's history. Despite numerous difficulties and
such disabilities as proximity of railways and the Fraser River, over 40 miles of generally heavy
construction were undertaken by contract without any fatalities and with no serious accidents.
The excellent work done by the contractors was chiefly due to the splendid organization under
experienced supervision. Simultaneous with this contract-work carried out between Yale and
Boothroyd, extensive day-labour operations, in constructing, reconstructing, and improving the
portions of the Cariboo Road respectively between Rosedale and Yale and between Boothroyd
and Lytton, a total distance of 58 miles, were efficiently and economically carried out under the
supervision respectively of District Engineers Verner and Taylor and their assistants. In
comparison with the contract-work the day-labour work measures up very favourably, the
extensive use of power equipment on the latter materially reducing the unit costs. Altogether
throughout the 100 miles this highway embraces all the finest features of location and construction consequent upon the use of the best available engineering experience and skill. Truly the
Cariboo Road will in itself be a permanent memorial to the engineers, contractors, and supervisors
variously employed in its conception and construction, Owing to the comparatively large appropriations set aside for this major work, necessarily there were not the same amounts available,
as in former years, for other highway undertakings. Nevertheless a creditable mileage of construction and improvement work was carried out on important main trunk highways.
The opening to motor traffic of the Fraser Canyon section of the Cariboo Road will encourage
a considerable amount of traffic up the north portion of this road to Prince George and thence
to Hazelton. Thus, to anticipate requirements, the Department completed by day-labour 18 miles
of the Cariboo Road between Quesnel and Prince George in addition to gravelling several long Q 6
Public Works Report (1925-26).
stretches of tbe existing road. The Fort George-Hazelton Highway (302 miles in extent) was
opened for through traffic in the summer of 1925, about 19 miles of the remaining section between
Burns Lake and Endako having been satisfactorily completed by day-labour. Hence, on completion of the Fraser Canyon section of the Cariboo Road, there will be a continuous stretch of
almost 800 miles of good road available for motor traffic from Vancouver to Hazelton. Towards
ultimately connecting up Hazelton and Prince Rupert by highway, construction at intervals of
short stretches of this road was carried out. Fair progress was made by day-labour on tbe
construction of the Kaien Island Highway from the city limits of Prince Rupert to Galloway
Rapids—5 miles. All the clearing, 2.7 miles of grubbing, and about 0.5 mile of grading have so
far been done.
Partly to accommodate the expected increase in motor traffic through the Fraser Canyon,
the old Yale Road (Trans-Provincial Highway) winding round the foot of Vedder Mountain on
adverse grades was diverted by day-labour forces across the Sumas flats. Such a diversion
provides a splendidly gravel-surfaced highway, on almost level grades throughout, for a distance
of about 13 miles.
On the Trans-Provincial Highway leading to the Crowsnest Pass extensive work was
undertaken in making necessary diversions and in widening and gravel-surfacing the existing
road-bed. Such diversions were efficiently carried out by day-labour near Greenwood, between
Sullivan and Murphy Creek (3 miles), at Crawford Hill (between Creston and Goatfell), and.
near the Crowsnest Pass. A macadam surface was placed on the upper 3 miles of the Trail-
Rossland Road, which carries heavy motor traffic between those cities.
On the Nelson-United States Boundary Road, which takes care of increasing motor traffic
from the States of Washington and Idaho, a much-needed diversion (1.6 miles) near Boulder
was undertaken by contract, while by day-labour several sections of this highway were materially
improved by widening and gravel-surfacing. Another important outlet from Nelson—that of the
Kootenay Lake Road to Kaslo—was practically completed, about QV2 miles of the portion
between Queens Bay and Ainsworth having been undertaken by contract.
The completion of the Edgewood-Vernon Road in the summer of 1925 witnesses the consummation of the project to link up the Lower Arrow Lakes with the Okanagan District.
Incidentally, producing mines in the Lightning Peak mining area have been rendered more easily
accessible. Besides completing this road by contract, several miles of poor road near the
Okanagan end were materially improved and considerable stretches gravelled by day-labour.
In an endeavour to ultimately provide an outlet by highway from Silverton, on the Slocan Lake,
to Slocan, an additional 1% miles of the Silverton-Slocan Highway were constructed by day-
labour. On the Arrowhead Road to Revelstoke considerable gravel-surfacing was carried out,
the new ferry installed at 12-Mile in 1924 having increased the motor traffic on this highway.
North of Revelstoke work was continued by contract on the Big Bend Road, between 7-Mile
and 9-Mile Hill. On the Revelstoke West Road, which is proving very popular as a scenic
motor-highway, a 0.4 mile diversion was made at Cambie and considerable gravel-surfacing done
on the entire road—all by day-labour. The Kootenay-Columbia River Highway between Cranbrook and Golden was kept in excellent condition by a well-organized day-labour patrol system.
(The opening of the Banff-Windermere Highway has been responsible for the heavy tourist travel
which the Kootenay-Columbia River Road has had to take care of.) North of Golden the
Golden-Yoho Park Highway was extended by contract an additional 3 miles, leaving about 7.5
miles to complete in 1926 before the westerly boundary of the Yoho Park can be reached. This
contract included the construction of two timber Howe-truss bridges at different points on the
Kicking Horse River. With the completion, by the Federal Government, of the roads across
the Yoho National Park, through connection, will be made from the Banff-Louise Lake Road
toGolden.
Mention of the main trunk highways would be incomplete without reference to the Island
Highway, Vancouver Island, which is yearly carrying increased motor traffic almost throughout
the year. Encouraged by the success of previous treatment, the Malahat section towards Mill
Bay was treated with tarvia an additional 17 miles, the treatment costing only about 15 cents
per square yard. Necessary diversions of the Island Highway were undertaken by day-labour
at Rosewall Creek and Oyster River. To withstand the excessive strain of motor-buses and
general motor traffic, the Department maintained satisfactorily the entire 175 miles of the Island
Highway as funds would permit. A total of 8 miles of roads at Goldstream, Happy Valley, and
Metchosin were also tarviated. Ieport of Deputy Minister and Public Works Engineer. Q 7
It will thus be noted that an extensive construction, reconstruction, and improvement
programme was satisfactorily undertaken on main trunk highways to the benefit not only of
special localities, but also to the entire Province. A commendable feature of the work was that,
with the exception of two sections of the Fraser Canyon (Cariboo Road), by far the major
proportion of the work was creditably undertaken by Provincial day-labour, every engineering
district having a reliable force of competent foremen and generally good all-round workmen.
Particularly for the benefit of important industries the following work was undertaken:
Completion by contract of the hard-surfacing of the loco-Port Moody Road; continuation by
day-labour of the Hardy Bay-Coal Harbour Road (north end of Vancouver Island) ; construction of streets in Kimberley, and the adjacent subdivision of Blarchmont, to accommodate the
greatly increased settlement resulting from the enormous development at the Kimberley Mines.
On the Cranbrook^Kimberley Road a 2-mile diversion at Black Bear Crossing was made by
contract. This highway was otherwise materially improved by day-labour. To cope with the
mining activity, particularly in the north, considerable construction and reconstruction works
were undertaken respectively on the Telegraph Creek-Dease Lake Road, the Bear River Road,
Marmot River Road, and the Dunwell Mine Road, all in the Atlin District. Some work was
carried out by day-labour on the road from Hazelton to Kispiox. A contract for the construction
of about 5 miles of the Bella Coola Valley Road to 4-Mile Bridge was satisfactorily completed.
Other work in the Mackenzie Electoral District comprised day-labour improvements at Powell
River, Myrtle Point, and Lang Bay. To provide for the developments on Queen Charlotte
Islands, improvements were carried out by day-labour on the Port Clements-Tlell Road and other
local roads. In the Fort George District day-labour work was undertaken on the McBride-
Dunster Road and the highway from Prince George to Giscome completed. In addition to
providing for settlers in these areas, several accommodation roads were built for settlers in the
Peace River District. In the Salmon Arm District work was carried out by day-labour on the
White Creek Hill and a new road on greatly improved grades and alignment completed from
Squilax to Turtle Valley.
In the Similkameen District work was done on the 5-Mile Road and a diversion made on
the Penticton-Summerland Highway. Work in Yale District, additional to that already referred
to on the Cariboo Road and Yale Road, comprised the completion of the Brookmere Road Cut-off,
the improvements of Morris Creek Road, and the continuation of the Harrison-Agassiz Road—all
day-labour undertakings. The completion of the latter highway provides a circuitous highway
route traversing both sides of the Fraser River between Vancouver and Harrison Lake. Improvements on Vancouver Island comprised the Sayward Road, Alberni-Tofino Road, Fitzgerald
Cut-off, the Canadian Highway, and the East Saanich Road—all day-labour works. Some
excellent macadamizing was carried out by day-labour on the East Saanich Road north of Beacon
Avenue, Sidney.
Classified Highways.
Details of the 67.3B miles of primary highways and 12.95 miles of the secondary highways
classified dui'ing the year are given elsewhere in the Annual Report. The most important classification, particularly to the eight municipalities specially interested, was the change from
secondary to primary classification of the highway known mostly as the Dewdney Trunk Road
north of the Fraser River between the city limits of Vancouver and the easterly boundary of
Mission Municipality, a distance of about 50 miles. Developments along the south shore of
Burrard Inlet and in the Dewdney District generally have created this highway an increasingly
important artery. The Department has thus fulfilled an earlier promise to change the classification of this highway from secondary to primary as soon as conditions justified.
As the 1925 highway programme called for the minimum of hard-surfacing, the work on
classified highways consisted principally of ordinary maintenance of existing roads. However,
considerable improvements were undertaken in hard-surfacing further portions of the Scott
Road (between Surrey and Delta Municipalities) and on the Boundary Bay Road in Delta, on
both of which roads there has been greatly increased motor-travel. The hard-surfacing of the
Coquitlam Road between New Westminster and Port Coquitlam was satisfactorily completed,
and proved a great boon to the numerous buses and motorists daily using this trunk highway.
Toward continuing the Marine Drive along the north shore of Burrard Inlet to Whytecliff
the Department contributed 50 per cent, of the cost of construction. It is a pleasure to record the great encouragement which the Department received from the
municipalities in the improvement of the 323 miles of highways classified at the end of the
fiscal year. Municipal officials have shown an increased desire to co-operate with Department
officials in an endeavour to obtain the very best results for the funds appropriated for classified
highways. Since such highways affect forty cities and district municipalities, being about
60 per cent, of the organized districts in the Province, the practical results of such harmonious
co-operation can be appreciatively recognized.
Bridges.
Chief amongst the bridge-work undertaken during the fiscal year was the completion of the
combined steel and timber structure over the North Arm of the Fraser River at Eburne, a
substantial improvement of immense benefit to suburban traffic. Full details of this structure
are supplied in the report of District Engineer Verner. Work was commenced by contract in
the construction of the concrete piers and towers for the Alexandra Suspension Bridge at the
site of the old Fraser River Bridge at Spuzzum. Details of the other bridge contracts are
supplied elsewhere in the Annual Report. A commendable feature of the year's bridge programme was the number of important timber bridges efficiently and economically built under
the supervision of our special Bridge Foremen.
The most important of such day-labour undertakings were as follows: Muir Creek, Esquimalt
District, 90-foot Howe truss; Saloomt Bridge, Bella Coola, two 140-foot Howe trusses with
260-foot pile trestle approach; Bulkley River-Moriceton Bridge, Skeena, 90-foot Howe truss;
American Creek Bridge, Cariboo Road, 100-foot Howe truss; Spuzzum Creek Bridge, Cariboo
Road, 90-foot Howe truss; Bitter Creek, Stewart, 80-foot Howe truss with 180-foot trestle
approach; Baxter's Bridge, North Okanagan District, one 120-foot Howe truss and one 60-foot
king truss;  Silver Creek, Yale Road, 120-foot Howe truss.
Ferries and Wharves.
The only new ferries of importance installed during the fiscal year were those on the West
Arm of Kootenay Lake, from Harrop to Long Beach, particulars of which are given in report
of District Engineer Ramsay, and a scow cable-ferry at Clearwater, on the North Thompson
River.
To accommodate the increased traffic on the Ladner-Woodward Ferry a new timber hull
was built by contract. The Mission-Matsqui Ferry received considerable overhaul. Several of
the ferries in the Interior were able to operate uninterruptedly throughout the year, an unprecedented event, illustrating the extreme mildness of the weather.
The only work of importance on wharves was the reconstruction by contract of portion of
the westerly end, of the Prince Rupert Wharf, the piling of which had deteriorated through age.
Plant.
To more efficiently handle the large projects now being undertaken by day-labour the
Department invested in some gasolene-shovels and power-graders. Reports from the district
officials amply testify as to the efficiency and economy of operation of such up-to-date equipment.
It is calculated that in time such investments will fully recoup themselves for the comparatively
heavy initial outlay involved.
General.
Chiefly owing to the rapid growth of motor-vehicles, the public is taking much more
aggressive interest in our highways, and the demands for improvements were consequently
heavier this year. During 1925 about 56,000 motor-vehicle licences were taken out, being an
increase of almost 8,000 over the previous year. The proportion of motor-vehicles to the
population is now 1 in 10 in this Province. Tourist traffic is also developing rapidly. During
1925, 106,176 United States cars entered British Columbia, as compared with 75,581 cars in
1924, a gain of almost 40 per cent, in one year. The subject of installing a uniform system of
direction and warning signs is one now receiving the earnest consideration of the Department.
It is gratifying to note that the Government garages at Kamloops and Cranbrook are now
being satisfactorily operated on a paying basis.
Details of the many projects undertaken by this Department are provided in the"interesting
and instructive reports of the district officials and the Supervising Architect.    I am very pleased 16 Geo. 5 Engineering District No. 1. Q 9
once more to gratefully record the excellent services rendered by the various officials at headquarters and in the district offices. Their whole-hearted support and co-operation have largely
contributed towards making my duties easier and pleasanter.
In conclusion, permit me to state how greatly I have appreciated your encouraging advice
and helpful assistance in the discharge of my duties.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
P. PHILIP,
Deputy Minister and Public Works Engineer.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 1.
(Note.—There is no District Engineer for this Engineering District. Assistants report direct
to the Deputy Minister and Public Works Engineer.)
Report op H. M. Bigwood, Assistant District Engineer for Alberni
Electoral District.
Roads and Trails.—The conditions existing at the close of the year were very satisfactory so
far as the roads were concerned. This was due principally to the unusually mild winter, the
rainfall being light with practically no snow or frost.
Throughout the year our aim was to improve existing roads to enable them to carry the
ever-increasing traffic, rather than to undertake further extension of the road system.
Widening of about 5 miles of the Island Highway in the vicinity of Parksville and Qualicum
and of about 3 miles of the Canadian Highway were satisfactorily carried out by day-labour.
The Tofino-Ucluelet Road work is proceeding satisfactorily.
At Bamfield we completed a programme of reconstruction of trails.
Motor-driven vehicles are being gradually introduced into remote sections of the district
where there are only short stretches of road available for their use. Outstanding instances are:
"Ucluelet, with 13 miles of the Tofino-Ucluelet Road to Long Beach, with its 14 miles of hard
sand; Tofino, with 2 miles of the same road; and Holberg, with 10 miles of the Holberg-Cape
Scott Road.
Development of the timber industry proceeded rapidly during the year, and the haulage of
logs, poles, shingle-holts, and sawn lumber caused increased use of the roads, particularly in the
Alberni Valley, where, with the opening-up of hitherto untouched stands of timber, the traffic was
harder to deal with, making maintenance difficult and expensive.
Bridges.—No bridges were built on new locations. Some smaller structures were rebuilt,
but generally repairs such as redecking and strengthening of existing structures were carried out.
Where traffic was heavy and continuous new decks were generally laid longitudinally, tending to
reduce vibration and the loosening of the plants.
At Alberni a footpath was added to a bridge, much used by pedestrians, by cantilevering from
the caps.
A heavy flood in the Spruce River at Holberg washed out the support at one end of the span,
which will have to be replaced by a longer span. This river has an exceptional flow after rams
and has been known to rise 9 feet in six hours and to flood many acres along its course.
Reinforcement of several Howe-truss and king-truss spans was carried out, prolonging their
life a few years.
Much heavier expenditures wTill have to be made in the near future to replace many of the
old bridges now in use.
In concluding, I wish to mention appreciatively the courtesy and assistance received in the
transaction of departmental business with Victoria, and the co-operation and interest of foremen,
which contributed to the satisfactory work completed.
Report of H. C. Mann, Assistant District Engineer for Cowichan-Newcastle District.
Roads and Trails.—So far as weather conditions were concerned, the year was favourable
for road maintenance, the complete absence of snow and frost enabling the highways to be kept
in good condition during the winter.    In order to keep the gravelled roads in proper shape on 'ublic Works Report  (1925-26).
account of the increasingly heavy traffic, the continual use of a power-grader is necessary; the
use of this equipment being a vast improvement on the former system.
The Island Highway was tarviated through Duncan City, the latter bearing 50 per cent, of
the cost.    The results have been satisfactory, little or no repairs being necessary during the year.
The main roads are being maintained with the best material procurable, in order that a
good base may be secured for probable hard-surfacing.
Bridges.—During the year four bridges were replaced by fills and fifty-five bridges repaired.
No new bridges were constructed.
I wish to record the good service rendered by the foremen and the workmen and the usual
hearty support and encouragement received from the officials at headquarters.
Report of W. P. Beaven, -Assistant District Engineer for Comox and
Mackenzie (Portion oe)  Electoral Districts.
Roads and Trails.—Construction during the year comprised 4.5 miles of the Hardy Bay-
Coal Harbour Road, which, with other work done on that road to March 31st, 1926, leaves
only 3 miles of grading, etc., and 4 miles of gravelling to be done to complete the job.
On the Island Highway the revision south of Rosewall Creek was completed. The new line
of the highway eliminates an extremely bad curve and shortens the road by about 0.25 mile.
At Oyster River the reconstruction of 1.55 miles of the highway was completed, thus shortening
the mileage by 0.71 mile. At Comox the Little River Road was straightened and improved at
D.L. 173. At Sayward the Sayward Road was widened and generally improved over a distance
of 6 miles.
Small expenditures were made in connection with the construction of two mining-trails—one
to the Spider group of mineral claims near Rock Bay; the other to the Quatse Trail, between the
Hardy Bay-Coal Harbour Road and the Quatse group of mineral claims.
Maintenance, including work on primary and secondary highways in the Cities of Courtenay
and Cumberland, resulted generally in a greatly improved condition of all the roads in the
district.    The use of power-graders largely contributed to the success of the year's work.
Bridges.—Three new bridges were built—one short standard trestle on the Island Highway
at the Rosewall Diversion; a log trestle on Lacon Road, Denman Island; and a log trestle on
Tells Road, Read Island.
Twenty-two old bridges were renewed—nineteen of them as standard trestle and three log-
stringer trestles, making altogether twenty-five bridges built during the year. The combined
length of the bridges reconstructed was 1,313 feet and the average reconstruction cost about $8
per linear foot.
Maintenance-work, including clearing log-jams, was done on sixty-six bridges.
Miscellaneous work included a small job repairing the sea-wall at Campbell River; plumbing
at the Cumberland Court-house and the inspection of a number of subdivisions for approval;
also a number of applications for permits for skid-log and railway crossings on various highways.
Mackenzie District.—Roads and trails: Construction-work was advanced 1.25 miles on the
Thunder Bay Road-Powell River to Myrtle Point, while approximately 2 miles of new road were
constructed in the Government subdivision at Michigan.
The Malaspina Road from Lund was greatly improved, the new location being used to avoid
a very steep grade on the old road. Maintenance and general improvement on roads and trails
were effectively carried out, notably on the Cranberry Lake Road and roads on Lasqueti Island.
Two and a half miles of trail were constructed by the owners to the Doratha Morton group
of mineral claims.
'Industrial development at Powell River and other places throughout the district is such that
improvement and development of our road system there are imperative.
Bridges: Three new bridges were built—one on the Lund Road and two on the Main Road,
Lasqueti Island. Three old bridges were renewed. Maintenance-work was done on seventeen
bridges.
In general the work of all ranks of our employees was very creditable and I feel that full
value was received therefor.
I thank you for the kindly consideration given to all matters affecting the district and for
the courtesy of all at headquarters. IGO-foot Howe-truss deck bridge  (timber), Anderson River,
Cariboo Road.
160-foot Howe-truss deck bridge (timber), Stoyoma Creek, Cariboo Road.  16 Geo. 5 Engineering District No. 1. Q 11
Report oe P. J. Campbell, General Foreman for Islands and Saanich Districts.
Islands District Roads.—Maintenance and reconstruction: During the fiscal year 1925-26 a
boom in railway-ties caused much apprehension in connection with the upkeep of gravelled roads.
On Saltspring Island ten tie-mills were operating and all the ties were hauled over the Government roads, but owing to the mild winter and constant maintenance the situation was normal at
the beginning of the new fiscal year.
Several miles of ordinary roads were gravelled, bad corners cut off, and narrow parts
widened. One mile of macadam was laid in North Saanich and treated with two coats of
Tarvia B.
An air-compressor and rock-crusher were installed at North Saanich and are giving entire
satisfaction and producing crushed rock at a low cost.
Saanich District.—On the Gorge Road (a primary highway) 1 mile of permanent ditches
and culverts were installed and 8-inch concrete drain-tiles were laid in the bottom of the ditch
and covered to a depth of 3 feet with very coarse gravel. One dangerous curve was eliminated
by grading and paving a diversion, making it safe for the motoring public. A! 200-foot section
of the old paving was dug up and a new piece was laid in its place, partly for experimental
purposes.
Secondary roads received the attention of the municipality. Several miles were regraded
and treated with asphaltic oil, this Department paying half the cost.
Bridges.—Several small bridges were repaired throughout the district.
Ferries.—Brentwood ferry-slip was repaired and two new mooring-dolphins driven and
braced.
General.—I would like to emphasize the fact that to the modern machinery engaged is due a
very large percentage of efficiency obtained.
Report op C. Donnelly, Assistant District Engineer for Nanaimo District.
Roads and Trails.—The roads throughout the district have been maintained in serviceable
and satisfactory condition and no complaints have been received from the public.
The volume of traffic is increasing and, the district being a mining one as well as embracing
a seaport city, the roads required a much higher percentage of upkeep than districts to the north
or south, the wear and tear being very much greater in comparison. Nevertheless, the traffic
requirements have been efficiently met with good serviceable roads.
Drainage has been thoroughly looked after and vastly improved.
As far as the funds would permit, roads have been widened, sharp curves eased off, and
particular attention paid to the cutting-down of all brush so as to give an uninterrupted view at
all intersections, curves, corners, etc.
Special attention has been paid to railway crossings with a view to safeguarding the public
at such places by the removal of all brush, trees, etc., obstructing the view.
Bridges.—All the bridges have been adequately maintained in good and sound condition, and
wherever bridge floors and stringers have had to be renewed advantage has been taken of the
opportunity of strengthening same to meet the increasing weights of trucks and loads.
Report of C. A. Helgeson, General Forem.\n for Esquimalt District.
Roads and Trails.—The following roads have been built during the year: Fitzgerald Cut-off,
diversion of Summit Road (0.90 mile). It is a great boon to all users of the old trunk road to
Shawnigan Lake and up-Island points, in that it does away with three steep, dangerous hills.
Florence Lake Road, approximately % mile long, was built to afford access to Florence Lake
from the Island Highway.
Brotherstone Road is a settlers' access road, of approximately % mile long.
Lagoon Spit Road (extension), approximately % mile, was built to afford access to the end
of Esquimalt Lagoon for some hundreds of visitors who use this as a holiday resort. It is greatly
appreciated.
Continuing the bituminous-surfacing programme initiated in 1924, which proved so great a
success, approximately 17 miles of main road were recoated with liquid asphalt and Tarvia B
respectively, and 9 miles of new work carried out, principally in the heaviest-travelled sections
of the district. This work has met with the most favourable commendation from all motorists
and has carried heavy traffic throughout the wet season with but little damage to the road-bed. Q 12
Public Works Eeport (1925-26).
Maintenance and repairs: Owing to the favourable winter season, with but slight frost
damage, it has 'been possible not only to maintain roads generally in good repair, but to effect
several notable improvements in the way of widening main roads at dangerous curves, straightening crooked sections on trunk roads, etc. Such improvement-work was carried out in spite of a
volume of traffic that grows greater and heavier each year.
Trails in general have been kept open and in good repair throughout the year.
Bridges.—Three main road bridges were built—a 90-foot Howe truss on concrete piers at
Muir Creek, Jordan River Road, a standard trestle-bent bridge to replace a 100-foot Howe truss
on the Island Highway, and a new 140-foot trestle-bent bridge on the Gillespie Road.
The increased use of longitudinal running deck has kept bridge repairs down to a minimum.
Thirty-six bridges were repaired.
During the construction of Muir Creek Bridge a notable improvement in alignment with the
road was effected by putting in a short diversion at the west end of the bridge.
REPORT OF ENGINEER, DISTRICT No. 2.
District Engineer's Office,
Court-house, New Westminsteb, B.C., July 7th, 1926.
P. Philip, Esq.,
Deputy Minister and Public Works Engineer,
Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I beg to submit herewith annual report of work done in the above district during the
fiscal year 1925-26.
Burnaby District.—Roads: The primary and secondary highways in this district were kept
in good repair by the municipalities concerned. The gravel section of Hastings-Barnet Road
was, however, maintained by the Department at the request of the Municipality of Burnaby.
Bridges: Four 'bridges on the Hastings-Barnet Road were replaced—two by new bridges and
two by pipe culverts and fills.
Chilliwack District.—Roads: The most important highway-work carried out in this district
during the past year was the construction by day-labour of approximately 13 miles of new road
through the Sumas Lake area. The advantages of this new highway are, that from a mile south
of Abbotsford to the City of Chilliwack, the road is entirely level and there are no curves rendered
dangerous by poor vision. The new highway now makes Chilliwack accessible over a level road,
where in the past it was necessary to travel over 10 miles of mountain road across Vedder
Mountain, where grades are steep and curvature extremely heavy, and where many accidents
have occurred, due to the narrowness of the road and other disadvantages.
Chilliwack Lake Trail: Considerable work was done in improving the existing trail between
Vedder Crossing and Chilliwack Lake.
River-bank Protection: Constant vigilance at the Vedder River protection-work enabled us
to keep the work in good condition, with a maintenance cost of $800.
Bridges: No bridge-work other than minor maintenance, such as tightening up Howe-truss
spans, etc., was found necessary.
Agassiz-Rosedale Ferry: During the year it was realized that consideration must be early
given to the shortening of the trip between Agassiz Landing and Rosedale.
Delta District.—Roads: Very little major works were carried out during the year, but
mention should be made of the Boundary Bay Road, where 1.07 miles of asphalt macadam penetration was constructed (16 feet wide) by the municipality in conjunction with Department.
This brings the mileage of this road now paved up to 4.26 miles, showing how a little done each
year soon amounts to a considerable stretch of improved highway.
Scott Road: 1.51 miles of asphalt macadam 16 feet wide was constructed, bringing the total
now paved on this highway up to 3.3 miles.
General: The balance of the work carried out in the district consisted of maintenance of
both permanent highways and gravelled roads. Due to the extremely mild winter, the gravelled
roads were in first-class condition throughout the entire year.
Dewdney District.—Roads: The only major work carried out this year was 1.5 miles of
asphalt macadam paving on the loco-Port Moody Road.   This road is now completely paved from 16 Geo. 5 Report op Engineer, District No. 2. Q 13
the head of the bay to the loco Refinery, with the exception of 800 feet, which is known as the
" New Diversion," near loco Townsite. The asphalt macadam laid down is wearing well and
no repairs have been necessary.
General: The usual maintenance-work was carried out during the year. As the winter has
been a particularly mild one no trouble was experienced due to frost, and the roads at all times
have been open to the permissible maximum weight of traffic. Considerable regravelling has been
done on all of the main trunk roads.
Deroche-Harrison Road: A certain amount of preliminary work in the way of relocation
and construction surveys was done to this road.
Bridges: Two new bridges (18 feet in width) were reconstructed by contract this year—
Whonnock Bridge 420 feet long and the McKay Bridge 120 feet long. The usual maintenance-
work was carried out and the bridges in general are in good condition, the only bridge at present
giving any anxiety being the Red Bridge over the Stave River, which will either shortly require
replacing on a new location or reconstructing.
Ferries: The Mission-Matsqui Ferry continued to give good service during the year, but
some inconvenience was experienced by the public in the spring of 1925, caused by the wash-out
to the ferry-slip on the Mission side. This slip was thoroughly repaired and certain alterations
made to the Matsqui side. Both slips are now in good condition, but it will not be long before
the Matsqui slip will require reconstruction.
New Westminster District.—General: Outside of the usual maintenance in this district no
work of importance was carried out during the year.
Richmond-Point Grey District,—Roads: The usual maintenance was the only road-work
undertaken in this district during the year.
Bridges: The construction of two new bridges between Marpole and Lulu Island was carried
out by contract.    This work may be more particularly described as follows:—
The Sea Island and Lulu Island Bridges are situated near the mouth of the North Arm of
the Fraser River, the Sea Island Bridge spanning the northernmost channel of the North Arm,
between Marpole, on the mainland, and Sea Island.
The new Lulu Island Bridge was not constructed on the site of the old bridge, it being
deemed advisable to maintain the old bridge to carry the traffic between Lulu Island and Sea
Island during the construction of the new bridge. The centre line was therefore shifted 36 feet
down-stream.
The Lulu Island Bridge is 1,589.6 feet in length. The south trestle approach is 951.5 feet
long, extending over Duck Island and the channel between Duck Island and Lulu Island, and is
constructed on a grade of 2.8 per cent, for 760 feet. Between Piers No. 1 and No. 3, numbering
from the Lulu Island end, are two 130-foot timber Howe-truss spans having an over-all length
of 134 feet each. Between Piers No. 3 and No. 5 is a 134-foot hand-operated steel swing-span
of the pony-truss type, weighing 61.2 tons and having an over-all length of 13S.5S feet, supported
on a concrete pivot-pier. Between Piers No. 5 and No. 6 is a third 130-foot timber Howe-truss
span having an over-all length of 134 feet, constructed on a 2-per-cent. grade. The north trestle
approach to Sea Island is 96.5 feet in length and has a grade of 4.1 per cent.
The trestle approaches are carried on bents of five cedar piles spaced at 5 feet 6 inches, the
outside piles battered approximately 1% inches to the foot. The bents are capped with 12- by
12-inch, 26 feet long; are sway-braced with 3- by 10-inch, and have bottom walings of 4- by S-
inch timbers. The bents are spaced at 19 feet and carry a decking of 6- by 14-inch stringers,
twelve in number, under the roadwray, with an additional stringer spaced at approximately 6
feet to carry the sidewalk. The decking is of 3- by 4-inch timber laid on edge, spiked together
and toenailed to the stringers. At 6-foot 4-inch intervals three pieces of 3- by 4-inch decking
are continued out to the outside stringer to carry the three lines of 3- by 8-inch stringers supporting the sidewalk, which is planked with 2%- by 12-inch material and is 6 feet in width.
The wheel-guards are of 6- by 8-inch material and have a clear width of 18 feet between them.
The timber spans have a width of 20 feet between the trusses, with a 5-foot sidewalk on the
up-stream side and a clear width of 18 feet of roadway between wheel-guards. The roadway is
paved with 2% inches of Warrenite wearing surface. The average penetration of piling in the
south trestle approach is 23.6 feet, while those of the north approach have an average penetration of 25.9 feet. The Sea Island Bridge is 903.5 feet in length and has two trestle approaches, the north
trestle approach being 400.5 feet long, with grades of 2.52 per cent., and the south trestle approach
is 211 feet long, with grades of 4.52 per cent, for six bents, 3.8 per cent, for five bents, and 2
per cent, for one bent. The construction of the approaches is the same as those of the Lulu
Island Bridge, the bents having the same spacing of 19 feet.
Between Piers No. 1 and No. 3 is a 154-foot steel swing-span, also of the pony-truss type and
weighing 89.5 tons. This span is electrically operated with a 25-horse-power motor. The gates
are also electrically operated and have an interlocking system which will not permit of the span
being opened until the gates are closed.    The span has an over-all length of 158 feet.
Between Piers No. 3 and No. 4 is a 130-foot timber Howe-truss span of the same dimensions
as those in the Lulu Island Bridge.
Construction of the Lulu Island Bridge was commenced on January 20th, 1925. Construction of the Sea Island Bridge was commenced on March 23rd, when the timber Howe-truss span
in the old bridge was lifted on scows and floated to the false-work.near Duck Island, where it
was dismantled. On March 24th the steel swing-span was lifted and floated to the false-work
near Duck Island. The timber span for the new bridge was erected on the false-work where the
old span had been dismantled and was then lifted on scows and floated into position on July
17th, 1925.
Ladner-Woodward Ferry: During the year it was decided that the question of providing
improved conditions would be necessary during the coming year. Consideration was given to
securing a road across the river-flats from a point opposite Woodward's Landing, where the
channel is deep and where a more frequent ferry service could be operated.
South Vancouver District.—Roads: The usual maintenance of both primary and secondary
highways was carried out by the Municipality of South Vancouver. In addition to maintenance,
a small amount of bitulithic paving was done on Commercial Drive. The asphalt concrete surface on Kingsway was also resurfaced where badly rutted.
Tale District.—In the portion of Yale District (No. 3) placed under our supervision the new
construction-work carried out is as follows:—
Cariboo Highway: Under this name reference will be made to sections of road hitherto
known as " Rosedale to Hope " and " Hope to Yale."
Jones Hill Diversion: An important piece of work on the reconstruction of this highway was
the work carried out by contract on what is known as Jones Hill, where the old road had a
gradient of approximately 18 per cent, and a curvature, in places, of a radius of 100 feet. The
maximum grade on the new alignment is not over 8 per cent, and the heaviest curvature 20°.
The old road had a maximum width of 12 feet, which on the new road has been increased to
18 feet. The new road constructed at this point has a length of 1.25 miles and eliminates one
of the most dangerous points on the road. Approximately 6,400 cubic yards of solid rock, 2,800
cubic yards of loose rock, and 2,500 cubic yards of earth were handled. Considerable dry stone
wall was necessary and the embankment side of the road was fully protected with log curbing
and in portions rock parapet.
Cheam View Section : At this point 0.7 mile of the old road was reconstructed. The material
encountered was principally loose rock. This was moved by means of a rented gas-shovel.
The work here chiefly consisted of the widening of the old road, which was extremely narrow,
and the new work was carried out so that the maximum grade did not exceed 8 per cent.
Cheam View to Laidlaw: The old road at this section for some 2 miles was reconstructed
by day-labour to a width of 18 feet on maximum grades of 8 per cent. The new work eliminated a section of road that was for its entire length a series of dangerous turns and sharp
pitches in the grade. On this section of the old road a number of accidents had been reported
in the past.    The material handled in this section was almost entirely slide-rock.
Floods Section: At this point it was found highly desirable to eliminate two level crossings
where the travelling public was endangered by reason of poor vision from all points. This
necessitated carrying the road alongside the railway, supported by a dry masonry wall some
12 feet high and 420 feet long.   This work was carried out satisfactorily by day-labour.
Silver Creek Diversion: The king truss over Silver Creek having been taken out by the fall
freshet in 1924, the question of a safe crossing over this river presented itself. The river runs
in a bed of boulders, and there is no deepening of the channel by scour; consequently, in a
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making it expensive to build a bridge with enough clearance to allow the safe passage of roots
and logs, as a long ramp would have to be built to give access to the bridge. Moreover, the
country adjacent to this old crossing is very low and there is over a mile of country that is
menaced at flood-time. Accordingly a new bridge-site was located about % mile above the old
crossing. Here the creek has deep well-defined banks, and although a 120-foot Howe truss was
required to span it, a crossing absolutely safe under all conditions was obtained. The old road
was accordingly diverted to this 'bridge; 2.75 miles of new road being required to link it up with
the old. While the diversion is 0.8 mile longer than the old road, several advantages have been
obtained—namely, the elimination of two grade railway crossings, four bridges, and heavy grades.
The work was carried out by day-labour.
Hope Crossing, C.N.R.: The existing crossing at this point was considered to be highly
dangerous. The road-grade on the crossing being 13 per cent., with very poor vision from both
approaches. The new crossing constructed at this point has a maximum grade of 7.5 per cent,
and the vision from the approaches very greatly improved. To construct this new crossing
involved the building of about 0.5 mile of new road. The materials encountered were heavy clay
and large boulders, which were handled by a rented gas-shovel, which enabled us to carry out
this work most economically.
Hope to American Creek Section: This work consisted of practically a new alignment for a
distance of approximately 3% miles. Considerable difficulty was encountered in securing an
8-per-cent. grade through this section, as the country was badly cut up. The old road had in
places a grade of 26 per cent., with extremely heavy curvature at points. This was the heaviest
section encountered between Rosedale and Yale. The work was carried out by day-labour and
the help of a gas-shovel, which handled the materials most economically. Some 47,000 cubic
yards of material wrere moved, of which 24,000 cubic yards were solid rock, 3,000 cubic yards
loose, and 20,000 cubic yards earth. Some 3,000 cubic yards of earth were handled by teams and
scrapers.
At American Creek a new Howe truss was constructed some 100 feet long, with trestle
approaches, the bridge deck being about 50 feet above water-level. A 4-per-cent. grade was
secured for the steepest approach to the bridge and the alignment was practically straight. In
order to secure the above-mentioned advantages it was necessary to take out on either side two
solid rock-cuts 12 feet deep. From American Creek northerly some 5 miles, little was done during
the fiscal year, except clearing and grubbing.
Emery Creek to Yale Road: Some 4 miles were reconstructed by contract; 1 mile of this
was of rock and quite a large percentage of the balance was gravel and large boulders. The
, clearing was fairly heavy over the creek-bar. With the exception of one new bridge, which was
built where the old road had been abandoned on account of excessive grades, the existing bridges
were used.    Two crossings of the Canadian Pacific Railway were eliminated.
In general, the greatest improvements effected between Rosedale and Yale were the elimination of fifteen level crossings. Two additional crossings may be eliminated later. Throughout
the entire section dangerous curves are a thing of the past and no grade over 8 per cent, will
be found on the new road.
Morris Valley Road: About 1 mile of new road has been added to the construction of this
roadway, making in all about 2.77 miles constructed to date. It is hoped to complete this work
in the near future.
Harrison Mills to Agassiz Road: During the year it was realized that this road, which was
started as a wagon-road, was likely to become an important motor-highway, and with this in
view considerable work was carried out in widening the portion already constructed and in
constructing the new portion to a standard width. A great deal of this,work lay through heavy
rock bluffs and side-bill. The entire length of this road is approximately 5 miles to the bridge at
Harrison River'and it is now possible to motor over the road from Agassiz to Harrison Mills.
This work was carried out by day-labour, with the aid of a rented gas-shovel, and with the
exception of about % mile the road is 18 feet wide.
Bridges: Numerous small bridges and a few king trusses were constructed on the new
alignment.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
E. H. Verner,
District Engineer. REPORT OF ENGINEER, DISTRICT No. 3.
District Engineer's Office,
Kamloops, B.C., June 2nd, 1926.
P. Philip, Esq.,
Deputy Minister and Public Works Engineer,
Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I beg to submit annual report for District No. 3 for the fiscal year 1925-26.
Roads.—General maintenance-work has been done on all roads in this district and the
weather conditions have been such that maintenance was light. The increased use of machinery
has enabled us to do considerable widening and straightening of existing main roads, and it is
proposed to continue this work.
Where existing roads have been brought to their proper width and alignment, gravel surfacing with trucks has been carried out. Considerable alteration in grade has also been made and
many short pitches cut out.
On narrow settlers' roads, curves have been widened and passing-places graded, but owing to
the increased use of motor-vehicles such a general widening policy will have to be carried out
on all roads.    Whenever possible, short-span culverts are being replaced with pipe and fill.
Some small diversions have been constructed, and it is hoped to carry on this work for the
improvement of grade and alignment.
Considerable trouble has been experienced on existing gravel roads with " wash-board," and
while light scarifying and regrading remedy this condition for a short time, unless carried out
continuously corrugation soon reappears.
Fast motor traffic with balloon tires also sucks out the clay or earth binder, causing dust and
speedy disintegration of the road-surface. The only remedy seems to be oiling, but this is not
advisable until roads are brought to proper width, grade, and alignment.
Power-graders are being used in this district, and while it is yet too early to find out their
real value, for light and fast maintenance grading they have been very successful to date.
The use of two tractors and two graders with a road-maintainer in the centre has been
found to work very successfully, one trip over the road being sufficient to put it in shape.
Road-signs placed on all main roads by the Automobile Club, w7ith the financial assistance
of the Department, have been found of great value.
Cariboo Road: Between Boothroyd and Lytton a small amount of day-labour work was
done on this highway during the spring and summer of 1925 and work was carried out all winter
on Jackass Mountain. A large cut and fill at Tilton Creek was completed by contract in
November. Early in spring of 1926 day-labour gangs were increased, camps put in, and work
started on Cisco Diversion, Falls Creek Diversion, and Kanaka Diversion ; work was also started
on Cisco Bridge.
The work on Jackass Mountain was continued and clearing carried out over the whole line.
Much of the work on this section has been costly and difficult owing to the fact that the
Canadian National Railway is not only below the Cariboo Road, but between the road and the
Fraser River. It has been impossible to shoot or deposit heavy waste material over the bank.
Particularly was this so on Jackass Mountain, where the road is 600 feet above the Canadian
National Railway and the centre line of our road and the railway only about 200 feet apart.
All diversions are now nearing completion, but considerable work still remains to be done in
widening and straightening the old road.
Trails.—Considerable maintenance-work was done on trails, but it has been found that those
which serve mining properties are getting useless and the anxiety now seems to be to get roads
instead of trails.
Mining outfits are anxious to get machinery in to prove up their properties, and there are
many applications to have trails relocated and made into wagon-roads.
Bridges.—Many small bridges were rebuilt, but no large bridge-work undertaken. Repairs,
such as redecking, tightening trusses, and recribbing piers, were carried out on several large
bridges, and new bents put in on approach trestle, Kamloops East Bridge. New mattress-work
was put in on one pier of Ashcroft Bridge and new foundation-piles driven.
Automatic lighting-switch was put in on Kamloops West Bridge (new) and works satisfactorily. .     ""-A
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Temporary repairs were done on several bridges across the Salmon River in Salmon Arm
District, but early renewal will be necessary.
The life of timber in the Dry Belt, particularly piles in alkali ground, is very short.
Several small bridges were built on the Cariboo Road.
Ferries.—General repairs were carried out on all ferries. A new ferry was built at the
Clearwater, in the North Thompson Valley. On several ferries, landings were repaired and
improved and cables replaced.
General.—On account of the increased motor traffic the road problems become more serious
each year. Speed of cars and weight of trucks and cars are all increasing. The motor traffic
is so general now that the public requirement is for " all-weather " roads.
In a country with a heavy snowfall and severe weather during the winter it is impossible
to keep all roads open. However, with the use of snow-plough and tractor it is hoped to keep
the main roads open, but funds so far have not been available for this work.
Labour conditions are good and by giving as constant employment as possible to road-gangs
a much better class of labour is available. There is also a better understanding among Road
Foremen as to the class of work required.
The general public is taking an ever-increasing interest in the road problems of the Province,
owing to the much more general use of roads as means of transport and pleasure, and while
much criticism is met, many helpful suggestions are made by Auto Clubs and Boards of Trade.
All departments of the Provincial and Federal Government lend willing co-operation, and
every assistance was received from the Department and officials in Victoria. Inspecting officials
give ready assistance and advice.
Assistant Engineers, General Foreman, Local Foreman, and other officials gave satisfactory
and willing service.
Kamloops garage showed a fair profit for the season's operations.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
R. M. Taylor,
District Engineer.
REPORT OF ENGINEER, DISTRICT No. 4.
District Engineer's Office,
Penticton, B.C., September 2nd, 1926.
P. Philip, Esq.,
Deputy. Minister and Public Works Engineer,
Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I beg to submit annual report of work undertaken in the above district during the
fiscal year 1925-26.
The mileage taken care of in this district for maintenance and repairs is approximately
2,800 miles, and the average cost, including supervision, plant, and tools, §60 per mile.
There was a considerable increase in traffic for last year and we were continually faced
with the problem of earth and gravel roads being destroyed, more or less, by excessive loads.
Considering the amount available for maintenance, etc., I think the roads have kept in very
fair condition, as it costs approximately $1,000 to gravel a mile of road for a 1-mile haul.
We have had the usual trouble, expense, and inconvenience caused by irrigation seepage and
carelessness generally on the part of those using irrigation-water, for which the general public
has blamed the Department.
There was no very heavy construction programme in this district during the last year.
Our programme consisted of the construction and reconstruction of 16 miles of road and SS
bridges. It has been the policy for many years to try and eliminate as many bridges as possible
where little or no inconvenience is caused to the general public. In North Okanagan District
two large bridges were cut out and replaced by a small span and connecting roads at an
approximate saving to the Province of $40,000. The credit for this is entirely due to Mr. Tassie,
Assistant District Engineer. With help from the Department, I hope in future to be able to
save considerable amounts in this way.
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Public Works Report (1925-26).
One very important piece of work was carried out when a very dangerous level railway
crossing was replaced by an overhead structure 5 miles east of Grand Forks. I do not think
there can be any question but that good value has been obtained for all the money expended
in this district.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
W. K. Gwyer,
District Engineer.
REPORT OF ENGINEER, DISTRICT No. 5.
District Engineer's Office,
Court-house, Nelson, B.C., June 10th, 1926.
P. Philip, Esq.,
Deputy Minister and Public Works Engineer,
Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I beg to submit the following report covering the work carried out in Engineering
District No. 5 during the fiscal year 1925-26:—
Nelson Electoral District.—No new construction-work was undertaken in the Nelson Electoral District, and beyond regular maintenance-work on streets, roads, and sidewalks, the only
work of importance was the regrading of about % mile on the lower end of the Silver King Road
to better meet the needs of several ranchers.
Rossland-Trail Electoral District.—General repairs were carried out on 103 miles of roads
and 15 miles of trails in the Rossland-Trail Electoral District.
Over 30 per cent, of our district vote was spent on 25 miles of the Rossland-Cascade section
of the Trans-Provincial Highway, which passes through very mountainous country, reaching an
elevation of 5,400 feet.
The upper 3 miles of the Trail-Rossland Road were covered with two courses of crushed
rock and rolled.
The Consolidated Mining & Smelting Company assisted materially on this work by providing
rock free at its Rossland bins, and during 1926-27 we expect to treat this macadamized road
with heavy asphaltic oil.
Another very essential road improvement was the completion of the Murphy-Sullivan
Diversion on the Castlegar-Trail Road, much appreciated by the travelling public as it eliminated
one of the most dangerous portions of road between Nelson and Trail.
In this connection it might be pointed out that between April, 1918, and May, 1926, we have
reconstructed 15.25 miles of a total of 48 miles between Nelson and Trail, and this work has
entailed an expenditure of $120,000. The fact that the whole of such work was carried out
efficiently, expeditiously, and economically by our day-labour forces is all the more in its favour.
Creston Electoral District.—In the Creston District we maintained 340 miles of road and 73
miles of trail, the Department of Mines assisting financially on 6 miles of the former and 42
miles of the latter.
Mile 3 of the Nelson-United States Boundary Road was gravelled and gravelling operations
by truck-haul were carried on by day-labour throughout the district as far as funds would permit.
No further macadamizing was done in the Creston Valley, but 1.5 miles of macadam were
treated with 70-per-cent. asphaltic oil, with excellent results.
New work in the Creston District comprised the completion by contract of the Ymir-JBoulder
Diversion on the Nelson-United States Boundary Road and the construction by day-labour of
% mile of new road to the Goodenough Mine at Ymir, on which the Mines Department assisted.
A start was made on reconstruction of a portion of the Nelson-Castlegar Road between
Garrity Creek and Bonnington, while a much-needed diversion was completed around Crawford
Hill near Creston.    Both were day-labour undertakings.
Kaslo-Slocan Electoral District.—Usual maintenance-work was undertaken on 335 miles of
roads and 316 miles of trails in the Kaslo-Slocan District, while in addition to this the Department of Mines assisted financially in opening up 52 miles of trails and 42 miles of roads, also
the construction or reconstruction of 7 miles of trail.
Trunk-road construction was confined to day-labour work on further extension of the Slocan
City-Silverton Road to the point where it crosses 10-Mile Creek and the letting of a contract   16 Geo. 5 Report of Engineer, District No. 5. Q 19
for the construction of 6% miles of road between Queen's Bay and Ainsworth, which was near
completion at March 31st, 1926, and when completed will give through road connection between
Nelson and Kaslo, a distance of 45 miles.
Road connection was also established between Edgewood and Vernon and the road was
officially opened to traffic on September 17th, 1925.
Revelstoke Electoral District.—On the main roads in the Revelstoke District considerable
gravel surfacing was done with trucks.    Altogether 8 miles of road were gravelled by day-labour.
Lateral roads and trails were repaired and cleaned out, a total of 180 miles of road and 155
miles of trail receiving attention.
New construction-work was carried out by contract on 2 miles of diversion on the Big Bend
Road between 7-Mile and the top of 9-Mile Hill and the Cambie Diversion of 2,100 feet on the
Revelstoke West Road. -Ah extension of 1 mile to the Austrian Settlement Road was undertaken
by day-labour.
We also constructed by day-labour iy2 miles of settlers' roads at different points in the
district.
Surveys.—In Engineering District No. 5 we located, during 1925-26, 24 miles of line between
Kuskanook and Grey Creek, in the Creston District, and 5 miles between LaForme Creek and
Carnes Creek, in the Revelstoke District, the average cost of field-work and plans working out
about $200 per mile.
Bridges.—The following new bridges were erected by day-labour during 1925-26:—
Rossland-Trail Electoral District: Stringer spans 127 feet long over Murphy Creek on
Castlegar-Trail Road.
Creston Electoral District:  Stringer spans 80 feet long over Kelly Creek near Fruitvale.
Kaslo-Slocan District: One 50-55-foot king-truss span over 4-Mile; one 40-44-foot king-truss
span over Cooper Creek.
Revelstoke District:   Stringer spans 70 feet long over 8-Mile Creek.
In addition, the following work was undertaken by day-labour on bridges: 300 lineal feet of
bridge replaced by culvert and fill; 13 truss bridges trussed and repaired; 267 stringer and trestle
bridges overhauled; 15 stringer bridges reconstructed.
The whole of the steel bridge over the Columbia River at Trail was cleaned by sandblast and
repainted by power-spray with Bitulac B, a paint strongly recommended as being able to withstand acid fumes from smelter-smoke. So far the paint has not cracked or broken, nor is there
any indication of rust on any of the bridge members.
Ferries.—All ferries in the district continue to operate successfully. One new power-ferry
over the West Arm of Kootenay Lake between Harrop and Longbeach was opened for service on
August 22nd, 1925.    Hitherto Harrop was isolated from trunk-road connection.
In conclusion, I would like to again point out the advisability of setting aside larger appropriations for road maintenance, as one of our most difficult tasks with the funds now available
is to keep our roads in condition for the ever-increasing auto and truck traffic. Power-shovels
are also very essential not only for construction or reconstruction, but also for widening existing
roads, which is expensive under present methods of hand-work.
During 1925-26 I have had excellent support from all General Foremen and Resident
Engineers in charge of contract-work, while a word of commendation is also due the contractors,
who are undoubtedly taking a pride in their work and are ever ready to fall in line with any
suggested improvements in methods.
I wish also to thank the Department for consideration of matters submitted in connection
with this district, and for co-operation received from the Mines Department and Forest Branch
of Lands Department.
Respectfully submitted.
Wm. Ramsay,
District Engineer. Q 20
Public Works Report  (1925-26).
REPORT OF ENGINEER, DISTRICT No. 6.
District Engineer's Office,
P. Philip, Esq., Cranbrook, B.C., June 5th, 1926.
Deputy Minister and Public Works Engineer,
Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I beg to submit the following general report for Engineering District No. 6 for the
fiscal year ended March 31st, 1926:—
On May 20th, 1925, we had a sudden rise of water in the Moyie and St. Mary Rivers, creating
a flood in one night. The Moyie damaged some sections of the Trans-Provincial Highway near
Swansea and the St. Mary flooded our roads and bridges near Westport and did considerable
damage in the way of eroding the bank and making bad conditions for the future. Two bridges
on the Upper St. Mary—one over the East Fork and the other over the North Fork—suffered
considerable damage and had to be renewed. Streams tributary to the St. Mary were also in
flood, and Perry Creek did some damage to the Perry Creek Road, now being used extensively in
a revival of mining interests in that vicinity. This flood necessitated an expenditure of our
maintenance-money which we could ill afford. On the Lower Moyie, Glenlily Bridge went out.
This was an old structure due for renewal and has been replaced by a standard king-truss
structure on good pile piers.
No construction of a major nature was done this year on the Trans-Provincial Highway in
Cranbrook District, but considerable attention was given to its maintenance, including the erection of guard-rails along the Moyie Lake Diversion. In the Fernie District the improvement at
the Hairpin Turn and another improvement about 1 mile west of Fernie were completed.
On the Kootenay-Columbia River Highway, which connects with points northerly from
Wardner to Golden, no major work was done, but here again the maintenance was especially
considered.
Construction-work was commenced on the West Side Road between Invermere and Dutch
Creek, over 3 miles being built as part of a programme in which some 16 miles of this road will
eventually be improved.
Further contracts were carried out on the Golden-Yoho Park Road, including two bridges,
both of which serve as overhead crossings of the Canadian Pacific Railway, as well as crossings
of the Kicking Horse River. The grading of about 9% miles of this road has now been completed,
there remaining 7% miles to do, as well as all the surfacing. One commendable feature in
connection with this work so far, is the fact that sections have been built by three different
contractors and in no instance have the estimated sums been exceeded. The work is difficult
and of a costly nature, and with the main line of the Canadian Pacific Railway below the route
especial care is required in construction.
The Corbin Road, joining the Trans-Provincial Highway in the Crowsnest vicinity with the
coal-mining town of Corbin, was definitely decided upon. There is no existing road, the only
means of reaching Corbin being by a branch railway-line extending from McGillivray, on the
main Crowsnest line of the Canadian Pacific Railway. Money voted for the relief of unemployed
was expended in clearing and grubbing on the route of the Corbin Road, thus helping to further
this project.
At Kimberley heavy demands were made on this Department in fulfilment of matters considered in the previous fiscal year. There were various phases to consider, such as the investigation and approval of subdivisions laid out adjoining the original one of Kimberley; the opening of streets and lanes in these subdivisions to accommodate the rapid building programme; the
laying of cement sidewalks in the business section on a contributing basis from those benefited;
the approval of plans for transmission-lines, electric light, water-supply, automatic telephone
system, and for gasolene-pumps and supply-stations.
The question of a new road from Cranbrook to Kimberley was also thoroughly gone into and
preliminary surveys made. The road through Blarchmont, forming part of this scheme, was completed and a railway crossing obtained to give direct access to the older part of Kimberley. Part
of the newly projected road between Cranbrook and Kimberley was commenced, that portion
between Blarchmont and Marysville being presently under construction.
In connection with the vast operations of the Consolidated Mining and Smelting Company, a
new mill of 500 tons daily capacity has been erected at Moyie.    This has revived a town which Bridge at Mile 6.36, Golden-Yoho Park Road.
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has been practically deserted since the St. Eugene Mine closed down, and has made it necessary
for this Department to consider it in the light of street improvements, etc. Power for this mill
is brought in over a transmission-line from Cranbrook and there connected with the East
Kootenay Power Company's system. A diversion of the Trans-Provincial Highway for % mile
past the new mill-site was approved and arranged for.
Besides the ordinary repairs to existing trails, the following trails were constructed: Moose
Creek, Puzzle Group, Lead Mountain, Findley Creek, and Monarch Mine, and trail to Skookumchuck Hot Springs.
In addition to the bridges already mentioned, the following were the most important constructed or reconstructed: A 40-foot king truss over Mark Creek at Kimberley; two other
stringer bridges over the same creek and also a foot-bridge, all part of Kimberley development;
Damstrom's, Sand Creek, Tipple, Agnew Creek, Botts, Frances, and Spillimacheen.
The two bridges already mentioned in connection with the Golden-Yoho Park Road were the
only ones of real magnitude, the others being either stringers or small trusses. Tipple Bridge
has good concrete piers and considerable trouble was experienced in getting solid foundation on
one side, a grillage of piles having been driven into the gumbo.
In ferries, some repair-work and improvements were made to Donald and Parson Ferries.
In river-bank protection, the new channel with the crib on one side was completed at Natal.
Minor repairs were made to existing protection at West Fernie, on the St. Mary River, and on
the Kicking Horse at Golden.
An investigation was made of the conditions at and near the mouth of the St. Mary River,
where quite a problem presents itself—one of those cases where a great deal of valuable property
might be swept out of existence in one flood.    The scheme of permanent protection is a costly one.
On the subject of gazetting roads, considerable effort has been made to gather data and prepare the plans. The following were gazetted: Hough Road, Invermere Siding Road, Invermere
Wharf Road, Tegart Road, Windermere Cemetery Road, and St. Mary Prairie Settlement
Roads.
New road and trail registers were prepared, following the ruling that all roads must have a
definite name and number, as wrell as the streets in subdivisions, and that trail numbers had to
be different from road numbers.
In Government buildings, a new school was built at Invermere; a new gaol at Natal; additions made to the school and police quarters at Kimberley; suitable yard and housing provided
for the larger equipment at Golden. The Forestry Department acquired part of our grounds
and built a combined garage and storehouse in Cranbrook.
The following new plant was acquired: A "Bear Cat" power-shovel; two Sawyer-Massey
power-graders; one 2%-ton and one 1%-ton G.M.C. trucks ; 20 dump-carts; one Russell highway-
patrol grader; two Ford light delivery-trucks; four Ford 1-ton trucks; one 2-ton caterpillar
tractor.
The Cranbrook Garage finished the fiscal year with a slight profit in keeping with the policy
of making it pay its way. Percy Adlard, the assistant garage mechanic, resigned to become
operator of the " Bear Cat," shovel, and James Fox took his place. A welding apparatus was
purchased for the garage and has proven very serviceable.
Labour conditions were normal and there was no change in the scale of wages throughout
the district this year.
The winter of 1925-26 was exceptionally mild and noted for its very light snowfall.
Forest fires occurred near the Crowsnest in July, 1925, and some of our small stringer
bridges at Erickson Creek were damaged.
Mr. Sheppard, Dominion Government Topographical Surveyor, spent the summer in the field,
getting data for a topographical map of the area between Cranbrook and Kimberley.
In addition to the officials who yearly visit the district, it was a pleasure to have Mr. Macpherson, the Office Engineer, in company with Captain Wheatley, .Secretary of the Professional
Engineers of British Columbia, come through the district on their way to and from Banff, and
look over some of the roads. This resulted in Mr. Macpherson being able to render us considerable assistance, both here and after his return to Victoria, in official matters pertaining to
Department work, which is especially appreciated by me.
Bridge Engineer Carruthers's recommendation to have all old bridge-iron collected and
shipped to Vancouver was carried out. Q 22
Public Works Report (1925-26).
The towns of Bull River and Elko were visited by rather disastrous fires during the winter,
as was also Blakley's stopping-place at Radium Hot Springs.
In January, 1926, I had a conference with C. A. Davidson, Commissioner of Highways for
Alberta, our object being to secure a suitable meeting-place for the Trans-Provincial Highway at
Crowsnest and thereafter develop our respective sides of this project.
J. E. Warren was obliged to leave our employ as District Engineer's clerk, and he was
succeeded by D. A. Dallas in March, 1926. Mrs. Forrest also commenced then as General
Foreman's clerk.
All the staff of this district have given me splendid co-operation this year.
I wish to again thank you and your staff for the assistance always promptly given us.
Respectfully submitted.
J. C. Brady,
District Engineer.
REPORT FOR ENGINEERING, DISTRICT No. 7.'
P. Philip, Esq.,
Court-house,
Prince Rupert, B.C., June 21st, 1926.
Deputy Minister and Public Works Engineer,
Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I have the honour to submit my report for the fiscal year 1925-26, covering Atlin,
Prince Rupert, Skeena, and part of Mackenzie Electoral Districts.
Roads.
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The new construction of roads includes that from the Cannery Wharf at Bella Coola to
4-Mile Bridge, which consists of heavy rock-work and was undertaken to avoid expensive maintenance of old roads near the Necleetsconnay River, also rebuilding the old wharf; the road from
Prince Rupert towards Galloway Rapids; the road from Tow Hill on Graham Island towards
the east coast, opening up good agricultural land; the commencement of the extension of the
main trunk road to Terrace along the southerly side of the Skeena River from Hazelton to Skeena
Crossing; the Kispiox: West Side Road, built to open a direct road to settlement and avoid the
renewal of a bridge across the Kispiox River; the completion of the road between Terrace and
Kitsumgallum Lake; the commencement of the Marmot River Road.
The most important bridge-work comprises Saloomt, two 140-foot Howe trusses with 200-foot
trestle approach across Bella Coola River; Bitter Creek, one 80-foot Howe truss with 180-foot
trestle approach; Moricetown, across the Bulkley River, one 90-foot Howe truss on concrete
abutments; Tlell River, standard trestle 352 feet long; Cedar River, one 68-foot king truss with
60-foot trestle approach.
River-bank protection was undertaken near the Alice Arm Suspension Bridge, Bear River
and Saloomt Bridges.
A sea-wall approximately 900 feet long, consisting of piles 8 feet centre to centre, 20 feet
long, with split-cedar lagging, was built at Port Essington, the Department of Indian Affairs
bearing half the cost of this work.
New towers and floating landings were built at Kitwanga Ferry. The Remo Ferry was
reconstructed, using the pontoons formerly at Terrace; eight other ferries were repaired and
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General maintenance-work was done at Prince Rupert Wharf and a contract was entered
into for rebuilding the westerly portion for substructure of Biological Station.
All offices in the Engineering District adopted the standard filing system with very satisfactory results.
Concluding, I desire to express my great appreciation of the co-operation of officials in other
departments, with special reference to Government Agents and Resident Mining Engineers.
Respectfully submitted.
G. C. Mackay,
District Engineer.
REPORT OF ENGINEER, DISTRICT No. 8.
District Engineer's Office,
P. Philip, Esq., Prince George, B.C., July 13th, 1926.
Deputy Minister and Public Works Engineer,
Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I have the honour to submit my annual report for the fiscal year ended March 31st,
1926. The commencement of this fiscal year saw a change in boundary of this Engineering
District, and much added territory was taken in by reason of the new Omineca and Fort George
Ridings being formed into a unit, with an Assistant Engineer's office established at Burns Lake.
A continued programme of improving the main trunk road system in this district formed the
major part of the year's work. The early spring saw this work well under way, and, being
favoured with excellent weather conditions, a good showing was made.
Cariboo Road.—Grading operations on this road being practically completed, consideration
was primarily given to surfacing all the side-hill clay cuts, many of which had become dangerous
in wet weather, and while suitable gravel had to be hauled over 2 miles in order to accomplish
this, a much-appreciated improvement was provided.
Fort George-Razelton Road.—This main road, extending over a distance of some 286 miles,
the greater portion lying within this Engineering District, was much improved at many points.
The opening-up of the Burns Lake-Endako link comprised the major undertaking, and with this
section completed the whole of the road from Prince George to Hazelton was open for through
traffic.    Much necessary heavy work was accomplished with a Marion shovel.
Between Prince George and Vanderhoof a stretch of 14 miles hithertofore unimproved was
widened out and graded for some 8 miles. At many other points along the road substantial
improvements were effected.
Vanderhoof-Fort St. James.—This highway was greatly improved, especially the centre section, which was straightened out and graded, natural gravel forming the greater part of the
road-bed.
MeBride-Tete Jaune Road.—This road was again improved between MeBride and Dunster,
but on account of the heavy nature of the work it was not possible to complete it.
Fort George-Giscome Road.—Leading easterly from Prince George, this important road was
visibly improved, although it was not possible to complete the whole of the grading between
Willow River and Giscome. The work was heavy and it will take another season to provide a
highway of standard construction.
Fort George-Chief Lake.—This road, which has in years past been subject to more or less
repair-work owing to its faulty location, was given much attention. The first 10 miles having
been relocated and over 2 miles of construction carried out, a continuous annual construction
programme is planned until the whole diversion is complete. Next season the heaviest work
should be finished.
Peace River District.—The outstanding work of the season was the improvement of the
Rolla-Taylor Flats Road. This trunk road connects the settlements on the north and south sides
of the Peace River and forms one of the most important projects in the district. Much more
expenditure will be necessary before standard construction is reached. The balance of the work
in this territory consisted of general maintenance and opening up new road allowances where
required. Q 24
Public Works Eeport  (1925-26).
Bridge-work.—No damage was caused by high water, and apart from the construction of a
king-truss span bridge over the Fraser River at Tete Jaune, bridge-work was chiefly confined to
maintenance, together with the erection of a few small structures of minor importance.
■   All work was carried out by day-labour, which was plentiful all over the district.
I wish again to express my appreciation of the sincere co-operation received from all connected with the Department.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
Arthur Dixon,
District Engineer.
REPORT OF ENGINEER, DISTRICT No. 9.
District Engineer's Office,
150-Mile House, B.C., May 26th, 1926.
P. Philip, Esq.,
Deputy Minister and Public Works Engineer,
Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I beg to submit herewith annual report of work done in the above district during the
fiscal year 1925-26.
Lillooet District.—A diversion, 2% miles in length, of the Lillooet-Clinton Road was constructed during the year in order to avoid a series of irrigation-ditches which were a cause of
considerable trouble on the old road. Reconstruction-work on this road was commenced during ,
the latter part of the season and a very much-needed half-mile diversion was constructed; the
old 20-per-cent. grade being replaced by a 7%-per-cent grade. One and a half miles of gravelling
were done through the Marble Canyon and several dangerous curves eliminated. On the Lytton-
Lillooet Road at the " Big Slide " a considerable amount of work was carried out under very
difficult conditions, as the workmen were in constant danger from rock-slides. Fortunately no
serious accident occurred. The road was widened from 6 to 9 feet. Throughout the Lillooet
District 862 miles of road and 217 miles of trails were maintained.
Extensive river-bank protection work on the Lillooet River at Pemberton was carried out,
the residents affected by the scouring of river paying 50 per cent, of the cost of work done along
their property. This work was carried out only in places where the road was also in danger.
Further work on this river will be necessary before the danger of erosion can possibly be
eliminated. No large bridges were constructed during the year, but a number of small ones
were rebuilt and several replaced by culverts and fills.
Cariboo District.—The chief work carried out in this district was the completion, under
favourable weather conditions, of the Quesnel-Prince George section of the Cariboo Road. In
addition to 8 miles of construction, GY2 miles of the worst portions were gravelled; 6,618 cubic
yards of gravel having been laid down at a cost of 89.5 cents per cubic yard. The necessary
gravelling of another 5 miles will put this highway in good condition.
Mining operations in the Barkerville and Antler Creek sections warranted considerable
attention to the Barkerville Main; 10% miles were reconstructed. The balance of the reconstruction-work will be completed next year. Extensive repairs were also carried out on the
Keithley Main Road, 5 miles having been reconstructed, besides the usual maintenance on the
remaining 50 miles.
No new construction was carried out on the Hanceville Timber Diversion this year, our
efforts being confined to the maintenance of the whole road between Williams Lake and Redstone,
a distance of 93 miles.
The chief bridge-work was the rebuilding of the Cottonwood No. 1 and the Nazko River
Bridge; the former comprising two 62-foot king trusses and the latter one 62-foot king truss.
Owing to the exceptionally mild winter the Quesnel Ferry was able to remain in operation
throughout the whole year, making it very satisfactory to residents on the west side of the
Fraser River. There are no records of this ferry having previously been in operation for a
year continuously. The remainder of the ferries were out of the river for a short time to undergo
minor repairs. 16 Geo. 5 Report of Supervising Architect. Q 25
North Vancouver District.—The chief work in this district was the extension, by contract
under municipal supervision, of the Marine Drive through West Vancouver. The remainder of
the roads were well maintained throughout the year.
General.—Upon the completion of the Fraser Canyon section of the Cariboo Road, a greater
amount of work will be necessary on our main trunk roads in order to provide for the expected
increase in motor traffic. I would therefore respectfully urge the necessity for additional road
machinery and large appropriations for our main trunk roads in order to carry out much-needed
work during the next two or three years.
'I wish to convey our thanks to you and your staff at Victoria for the helpful co-operation
received at all times.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
E. S. Jones,
District Engineer.
REPORT OF SUPERVISING ARCHITECT.
Department of Public Works,
P Philip Esq Victoria, B.C., September 16th, 1926.
Deputy Minister and Public Works Engineer,
Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I have great pleasure in submitting for your consideration the annual report of the
work carried out by the Architectural Branch for the fiscal year ended March 31st, 1926.
Capital Expenditure.
University of B.C.—-The main part of the work in the office during this period has been the
preparation of plans and specifications, etc., in connection with the erection of the various
units of the University buildings, which were completed and formally opened on October 16th,
1925, by the Honourable Dr. Sutherland, Minister of Public Works, who handed over the keys
to the Chancellor of the University, Dr. McKechnie.
The work has been one of great magnitude, involving a great deal of study and consideration
in order to arrive at a solution which would adequately meet the requirements of the University.
Accommodation was provided for approximately 1,700 pupils. All such services as steam, water,
sewage, gas, and light had to be developed on, or brought to, the site from a considerable distance.
From the expressions of opinion at the opening celebration, and from the written appreciation of our efforts by the University authorities, we have produced the nucleus of a University
that is a credit to this Province and to the University itself, and, might I add, a lasting
memorial to the Department of Public Works.
It nas been a great pleasure indeed for me to be associated with you, the University
authorities, and various technical officers in the erection of these buildings, and to express my
appreciation of the loyal way in which all have co-operated in bringing about the completion
of this work.
The contractors also are entitled to our appreciation in that they have endeavoured to the
best of their ability to faithfully interpret our ideas, and, considering the magnitude of the
undertaking, the work proceeded without the slightest friction.
You will no doubt be pleased to know that we effected a saving of over $40,000 on the total
appropriation voted for this work.
Mental Hospital, Essondale.—The new power-house at Essondale was completed and put in
operation during the year, and the results have been most satisfactory from an operation point
of view. The Department has received favourable comment on the design of the building and
plant.
A residence for a medical officer at this institution was completed, erected by the patients
and the institution tradesmen under our direction, and a most creditable piece of work has
been performed.
Boys' Industrial School.—A start on a swimming-pool and gymnasium has been made to
this institution, the work being carried out by the boys and their instructors and has progressed
very favourably.    Improvements have been made also to the grounds, playing-fields, etc. Court-house, Clinton.—Plans for new Government buildings at Clinton were prepared and
tenders called for, but the work was held over for the coming year.
Smithers Court-house.—The construction of the building has been carried out and completed
and is a great improvement over the former quarters; accommodation is also provided for the
Police Department.
Lock-ups.—Two new lock-ups were erected at Natal and Mission City. The maintenance
and repairs to various lock-ups were carried out; Kamloops Gaol being renovated internally
and the Warden's quarters externally.
Biological Station, Prince Rupert.—At the request of the Dominion Government we prepared
plans and specifications for the new Biological Station on the Government Wharf, the Provincial
Government giving a substantial grant to the same.
Fumigation Station, Vancouver.—A new heating system was installed in this building.
Schools.—Several small schools were erected and additions made to existing ones. This
Department examined a considerable number of plans submitted by outside architects where
the Government assisted in the cost of erection.
T.B. Hospital, Vancouver.—This Branch prepared plans for the reconstruction of the old
permanent University Building in Vancouver for a T.B. Hospital. These plans have now been
turned over to the Vancouver General Hospital, who are carrying out the work with the
assistance of a Government grant.
University Heights Subdivision.—We have examined all the plans submitted and supervised
to an extent the new residences, etc., being erected on this subdivision.
Elk Lake Game Farm.—The Department's staff has erected pens for over 3,000 birds at this
farm, including the transfer of those from the old farm.
Parliament Buildings.—Extensions to these buildings were made by our own tradesmen by
additions for the Finance Department and Lands Department in the two courtyards; one courtyard was also paved and flower-beds formed, which has greatly improved the appearance of
these courts.
Hospitals.—Examinations have been made of a considerable number of plans submitted by
outside architects for hospitals, to which the Government were assisting by grants, and have
prepared sketches and plans for same where required.
We examined the old building at Greenwood, purchased by the Board, and remodelled it
for hospital purposes.
Repairs and Maintenance.
Parliament Buildings.—The usual maintenance and repairs to these buildings have been
carried out by our tradesmen in an efficient manner.
Government House.—Repairs, improvements, and redecoration of the interior of this building
have been commenced; it is the intention to complete the work as far as funds are available.
Normal Schools, Vancouver and Victoria.—General repairs and upkeep of grounds have been
effected to these buildings.
Hospitals.—The maintenance and upkeep of the Mental Hospitals at Essondale, New Westminster, and Saanich have been carried out by the institution staff and tradesmen under our
direction. Also sundry repairs and improvements were made at the Home for Incurables,
Marpole;   at Tranquille the interior of the main building was extensively replastered.
Agencies.—The upkeep and maintenance of the various agencies were carried out. At
Vancouver Court-house the redecoration has been continued and several alterations made.
Gaols, Oakalla and Nelson.—The usual repairs were effected and a new concrete silo erected
at Oakalla by prison labour and the grounds further improved.
I note with pleasure that it has been arranged during the forthcoming year that the
maintenance and repairs to all Government buildings will be a public-works vote, as it will be
easier to handle and I believe economies will be effected as a result of this arrangement.
I would respectfully request that serious consideration be given to the question of setting
aside a sum sufficient to carry out extensive repairs and adequately maintain all Government
buildings; it is in the interests of economy to constantly maintain and keep in good repair these
structures.
If this suggestion is acted upon, the matter of maintenance would he a simple matter, and
each year a percentage of the value of the buildings could be set aside for this purpose. At the
present, however, we cannot do this as we are practically only taking care of immediate needs. tt  16 Geo. 5
Report of Supervising Architect.
In conclusion, I wish to express my thanks to you, sir, and to Mr. Napier for your
co-operation and kind assistance in our problems, and to the members of my staff and tradesmen of our various buildings, who have given me their whole-hearted support and assistance in
the various works we have carried out during the year. I also take this opportunity of expressing my thanks to your staff in the various engineering districts for their hearty co-operation.
Attached hereto are several photographs of the University buildings completed during this
period.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
Henry Whittaker,
Supervising Architect. Q 28
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STATEMENT SHOWING HIGHWAYS, CLASSIFIED
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Tenth Avenue (city limits, New Westminster).
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Grandview Highway   55b
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1.75
5.60
North Road (E. half)    14b
Clarke Road  .  15b
1.40
Brunette River Bridge, city limits, New West-
(except portion through Lot 16 but inc
S. bdy., Port Moody .....
1.12
Island Highway (Parksville N.)      6a
1.35
Cumberland Road and Union Str et                             3b
1.10
Island Highway, Sec. 14, Comox District	
City limits, Courtenay, Sec. 9, Comox District..
1.05
D n m  '    Av nue                                                             34b
E. bdy., City of Cumberland	
N. bdy., City of Cumberland	
0.36
Courtenay-Cumtoerland Road  (Fourth Street)  35b
0.21
Ladner	
Semiamo Road	
Semiamo Road	
Scott Road  \*M?Mi&i:l
Sec. 36, Block 5 N., Range 3 W	
International Boundary	
Scott Road (W. portion)    18b
Boundary Bay Road  40b
5.60
7.90
Trans-Provincial   (V.I.)   (Island Highway)     2a
1.50
Enderby, City of '.,	
Vernon-Salmon Arm Road   18a
S. bdy., City of Enderby	
N. bdy., City of Enderby	
1.00
Trans-Provincial Highway   22a
E. bdy., Gold Avenue (city limits')	
(via Boundary Road, Victoria Avenue, W
2.50
nnipeg Avenue, Bridge Street, and Bluff Avenue')
Trans-Provincial Highway   19a
2.00
Kent, Municipality of	
Harrison Hot Springs Road  28b
Ferry Landing, Fraser River..' ....:—
N. bdy., Municipality of Kent	
6.77
Langley, Municipality of	
Trans-Provincial Highway  (Yale Road)     9a
VV. bdy., Langley Municipality	
E. bdy., Langley Municipality	
10.75
Dewdney Trunk and River Road   25a
14.50
(via Ontario Street and Port Haney, including portions through Indian Reserves and portion
N. side of C.P. Rly., Kanaka Creek to Baker Road)
Matsqui, Municipality of	
Trans-Provincial Highway  (Yale Road)  10a
E. bdy., Langley Municipality	
W. bdy., Abbotsford _	
7.75
Abbotsford-Riverside Road   12b
N.  bdy.,  Abbotsford -. f	
Riverside Ferry Landing	
5.80
Nicola Avenue    37b
Voigt Street   38b
2 18
Mission, Municipality of	
River Road and Hatzic Front Road  30a
W. bdy., Mission Municipality	
E. bdy., Mission Municipality	
12.75   '
Mission, Village of	
Dewdney Trunk Road   29a
W. bdy., Village of Mission	
E. bdy., Village of Mission.	
1.85
Home Avenue and Harbour Street  _  ,45b
Dewdney Trunk Road	
Ferry-slip, Fraser River	
0.60
Trans-Provincial  (V.I.)   (Island Highway)      3a
Cowichan Lake Road      4b
Quamichan Lake Road   36b
Trans-Provincial (V.I.)  (Island Highway)....
Trans-Provincial (V.I.)  (island Highway)....
Maple'Bay	
4.25
Peacbland, Municipality of	
Peachland- Kelowna  16a
W. bdy., Peachland Municipality	
E. bdy., Peachland Municipality	
7.00
Penticton, Municipality of	
Fairview-Summerland Road   14a
S. bdy., Penticton Municipality	
N. bdy., Pentioton Municipality	
2.60
Penticton-iNaramata Road  ,._ .-. 29b
Main Street  (Fairview-Summerland Road)..
N.   bdy.,  Penticton Municipality	
5.50
Pitt Meadows, Municipality of	
Dewdney Trunk Road   28a
Pitt River Bridge	
W. bdy., Maple Ridge Municipality	
4.00
Granville Street   16b
Marine Drive  20b
Marine Drive (extension of)   52b
M    -      D "
(a.)  Alma and Fourth Avenue	
(a.) Blanca Drive;
6.50
0.41
N.   end  of  Eburne   Bridge   over  North   Arm,
Fraser River
0.17
Trans-Provincial  (V.I.)   (Canadian Highway)     5a
City bdy., Rogers Creek Bridge	
Argvle Street at intersection of Kingswav
1.51
Dewdney Trunk Road  ...  27a
W. bdv., Port Coquitlam	
E. bdy., Port Coquitlam (Pitt River Bridge)	
3.25
Port Moody, City of	
North Road (W. bdy., Port Moody)	
E. bdy., Port Moody	
Clarke Road   42b
Dewdney Trunk Road  (Albert Street)	
S. bdy., City of Port Moody	
1.06
Woodward Highway   S  50b
_
,
7.50
(via Roads Nos. 13, 17, 3, 9, and 5 respectively).
Trans-Provincial (V.I.)   (Island Highway)      1a
Craigflower Bridge   (bdy., Esquimalt Electoral
District)
1.70
Quadra iStreet and Saanich Road      1b
West Saanich Road      2b
Verdier Avenue  51b
T      "   A             .   "t   Tm'ts  Victoria^
Junction of East and West Saanich Roads	
3.65
West Saanich Road	
Tod Inlet 	
0.77
„,.._,
1 OiO
Salmon Arm-Grande' Prairie Road"_________._._________.__ 25b
Salmon Arm Station, C.P.R	
E. bdy., Indian Reserve	
0.30
Salmon Arm-Enderby Road   24b
Salmon Arm-Grande Prairie Road   26b
Salmon Arm Road  £7b
F   id        't   limits of Salmon Arm
Intersection of Old Endenbv Road
4 20
Palmer's Cor. (except portion through I.R.)..
N. bdy., Municipality of Salmon Arm	
1.50
South Vancouver, Municipality of ...
Trans-Provincial Highway (Kingsway)      7a
3.75
Marine Drive   21b
Victoria   Drive,   Twenty-second   Avenue,   Commercial Drive  46b
Fraser Street *  47b
(via Victoria Drive, Twenty-se
Twenty-fifth Avenue (East) (city limits, Vancouver)
jond Avenue, and Commercial Street).
Spallumcheen, Municipality of	
Vernon-Salmon Arm Road   17a
S.  bdy.,   Spallumcheen	
.     12.50
Vernon-Kamloops Road   ,     31b
Armstrong-Salmon River Road   32b
S. bdy., Spallumcheen	
N. bdy., Spallumcheen 	
W. bdy., Spallumcheen 	
2.60
Sumas, Municipality of	
E. bdy., Sumas Municipality	
N. bdy., Huntingdon Townsite	
11.50
0.50
Huntingdon Road   13a
Trans-Provincial Highway  (Yale Road)	
Lakeshore Road (Peachland-Summerland Road) .. 15a
S. bdy., Municipality of Summerland	
'    7.75
Surrey, Municipality of	
Trans-Provincial Highway  (Yale Road)  23a
S. end of Fraser River Bridge, New Westminster
Trans-Provincial  Highway   (Yale  Road)   at
Clayton
E. bdy., Surrey Municipality  (via Clayton)	
12.56
9.36
Scott  Road   (E.   portion  adjoining  Delta  and
entire road northward)   18b
Semiamo Road
Trans-Provincial Highway (Yale Road) at New
Westminster Bridge
7 75
Vanderhoof, Village of	
Burrard Avenue, First Street, Fraser Avenue,
Third Street, Neehako Avenue   31a
Centre line, Louvain Street (N. bdy., Village
of Vanderhoof)
Centre line, Fourth Street (S. bdy., Village of
Vanderhoof)
0.95
West Vancouver, Municipality of	
W. bdy., Capilano I.R. No. 5 (E. limit, D.L.
237)
Piccadily, D.L. 811	
4 88
Marine Drive (extension of)    53b
Deduct for duplicate mileage—North Road in Burna
4.10
Scott Road in Delta
  7.00
Mileage.
City Municipalities, Primary Highways  ;. .__.__'_     19.84                                       ^S^^?'^
City Municip
District Mun
Village Muni
Total Mileag.
Grand Total,
Mileage,
alities, Secondary Highways     11.57
District Municipalities, Primary Highways  :	
Village Municipalities, Primary Highways  ;„',.*_C. ...
171.07
3.32
;ipalities, Secondary Highways        0.93
Total Mileage, Primary Highways 	
194.23
Classified Highways	
 :  348.82 16 Geo. 5
Statement of Expenditure.
Q 45
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
Salaries and Expenses.
Vote 244—Minister's Office.
Salaries  _ SJ   9,300 00
Expenses:
Office     586 70
Travelling       1,318 33
$ 11,205 03
Vote 245—Administration.
Salaries $ 46.63S 55
Expenses:
Office          5,523 29
Travelling        5,097 57
$ 57,259 41
Vote 246—Maintenance of Parliament Buildings and Grounds.
Salaries  ; $ 45,634 78
Expenses:
Fuel, light, and water     15,074 43
Maintenance and repairs     16,456 95
Grounds    _       8,727 31
Janitors and supplies       2,056 51
Telephones         1,918 00
Taxes  363 96
Garage        2,848 08
Miscellaneous  368 05
$ 93,448 07
Vote 247—Maintenance of Government House and Grounds.
Salaries  $ 3,772 75
Expenses:
Fuel, light, and water   4,227 38
Repairs and maintenance   6,978 -60
Gardens and grounds   8,825 80
Taxes   149 83
Secretary's house-rent   600 00
Miscellaneous   1,047 70
$ 25,602 06
Vote 248—District Engineers.
Salaries  ? 37,515 64
Expenses:
Office         7,621 21
Travelling     10,530 42
$ 55,667 27
Vote 249—Boiler Inspection and Electrical Energy Inspection.
Boiler inspection. ?    3,283 25
Electrical inspection        6,274 25
$    9,557 50 '
Q 46
Public Works Report  (1925-26).
Roads, Trails, Streets, Bridges, and Wharves, etc.
(Vote 251.)
Roads, Trails, and Streets.
Alberni District.
Road Reg. No.
1. Beaver' Creek	
3. Bland's   	
4a. Alberni City (primary)...
5a. Port Alberni (primary)...
5b. Alberni City (secondary).
6. Batty 	
8. Chalet
10. Central Lake
11. Cherry Creek
13. Compton
16. Cowley
18. Tofino-Ucluelet
22. Drinkwater
24. Faber's
27. Grandview
28. Greenwood
29. Glanville
30. Halpenny
31. Hector
32. Hill's  	
33. Holberg-Cape Scott 	
34. Kitsuksus  	
36. Lateline	
38. Lake Shore 	
39b. Alberni  City   (secondary).
41. Rutherford 	
43. Moore's  	
44. McKenzie  	
45. Milltown 	
46. Mission  	
47. McCoy Lake 	
51. Quatsino  	
55. Somers	
56. Sproat Lake	
58. San Josef 	
59. Strandby 	
60. Thompson 	
64. Withers 	
66. Banfield 	
71. Colony Lake	
82. Home Lake 	
95. Sea Otter Cove  :	
99. Auld 	
100. Canadian Highway 	
102. Biggs  	
103. Beaver Creek Wharf	
104. Biological 	
107. Robson 	
108. Claudet  	
Road Reg. No.
531 11 109. Church    $ 94 50
44 25 110. Corfield  47 00
361 57 111. Departure Bay   140 50
962 19 112. Dumont   175 25
160 35 114. Dunn's   50 00
6 37 115. Dickinson    16 00
16 50 110. Tennah     15 00
790 53 117. Errington Cross  205 75
31 68 119. Fisher     50 00
26 20 121. Grafton, Avenue   584 51
121 11 122. Giant Powder   68 00
149 88 124. Lagoon-Goose Harbour    205 50
48 43 125. Coombs     378 37
39 61 126. Greig    22 00
5 00 128. Lagoon-Wellington   315 00
4 50 129. Lowery     48 00
126 25 132. Morelles     10 25
19 00 133. Morrison   4 00
5 00 134. Dawson   15 50
22 57 135. McKibben   23 00
1,597 45 137. North-west Bay  238 60
9 38 139. Pillar's  24 50
15 75 140. Parksville Cross   115 25
158 75 141. Pym's   45 00
84 73 142. Parksville Settlement   119 50
165 75 144. Rath's     29 00
10 75 146. School-house (Errington)   6 75
7 06 147. Jensen   166 50
31 88 148. Swayne    17 30
12 50 151. Stewart   29 25
181 50 154. Turner   35 11
83 00 156. Island Highway   12,451 56
39 38 158. Hilliers     887 75
389 27 159. Wellington    352 50
69 25 160. Wright   55 00
59 50 162. Young     35 00
24 50 163. Chatsworth     92 00
6 75 164. Bellevue     109 25
129 OO 105. Harlech   96 00
133 25 169. Price     9 00
116 75 170. Leffler  59 25
345 25 171. Clark's   33 50
37 00 172. Kerr   36 25
3,411 69 173. Shelley  32 00
108 50 174. Gillifillian   24 00
56 00 175. Brickyard  78 00
108 00 178. Pratt's   179 25
27 50 ISO. Winchester  .  3S7 25
23 00 183. Bainbridge    35 60 	
*  ■'■
16 Geo. 5
Statement of Expenditure.
Q 47
Road Reg. No.
185. Coombs Station (Nanoose)
186. Virginia 	
Alberni Distri
$      217 75
20 50
Tt—Continued.
Road Reg. No.
225. Station 	
228. Hirst   	
229. Soderlund 	
Trail Reg. No.
7. Barclay Sound	
$         46 00
420 50
187. Jenkins
191. Gilbert
192. Ward 	
240 00
60 00
42 50
23 00
81 00
151 10
193. Garden ...
39. Maggie Lake	
86. Limestone Island 	
46 25
194. River   .....
149 00
25 50
200. Goose Harbour	
205.  Snnprinr   	
47 50
70 50
88. Mount Arrowsmith	
90. Noot and Bland	
65 00
35 00
206. Barker ...
5 95
98. Kennedy Lake 	
20 99
207. Bavne	
53 40
54 50
42 00
199. Peninsula  	
157 SO
20S. Moillet
209. Chester   .
Plant and tools 	
Camp equipment	
9,569 89
54 40
210. Crescent
20 00
Material 	
Supervision—
Assistant District Engineer
Office 	
Auto   	
Total 	
1,205 02
211. Fern
212. Parker's
74 CO
17 50
2,970 01
220. Oliver   ...
75 00
1,734 54
221. Kaye
222. Qualicum
224. Palmer ...
Settlement 	
131 00
24 50
16S 00
497 58
.... $ 47.780 32
Road Reg. No.
1. Atlin-Surprise
4. Birch Creek ....
8. Indian River ..
10. MeKee Creek ..
13. O'Donnel River
14. Otter Creek ....
15. Ruby Creek	
17. Spruce Creek ..
21. Volcanic Creek
Atlin District (North).
Street Reg. No.
f      457 00       16. Atlin streets 	
159 50     Plant and tools 	
451 50     Material 	
265 00 Supervision—
266 50 Salaries and expenses	
63 50 Auto   	
89 50
668 50 Total  $    7,375 55
940 00
$       656
57
75
87
503
76
2,610
70
158
65
Road Reg. No.
62. Aiyansh-Sand Creek 	
63. Bear River	
65. Grease Harbour-Cranberry
69. Aiyansh-Sand Creek 	
78. Glacier Creek  (south)	
102. Stewart-Hyder  	
103. Alice Arm Shore 	
120. Salmon River Extension ..
138. Irene Meadow 	
141. Indian Mines 	
Street Reg. No.
101. Stewart streets 	
145. Alice Arm streets 	
Trail Reg. No.
67. American Creek 	
68. Aiyansh-Grease Harbour ...
70. Bitter Creek	
71. Bear-Nass   	
Atlin District (South).
Trail Reg. No.
.       300 10       73. Big Missouri 	
6,920 13       75. East Fork of Kitsault
18 00       70. Esperanza 	
474 50       77. Glacier Creek (south)
497 90       80. Georgia River 	
4,160 12       83. Illiance River 	
1,000 00       84. Kitsault   	
767 50       89. Marmot River 	
1,195 40     100. LaRose Mine 	
300 00     107. Climax 	
114. George Copper	
1,790 90     119. East Creek 	
484 34     125. Goose Creek	
126. Indian Mines 	
600 00     133. Roundy Creek 	
145 75     135. Stewart 	
59S 27     137. Vanguard  	
495 02     144. Salmon River Glacier
100
00
100
00
199
25
885
44
200 00
300 00
988
10
498
55
100 00
500 00
293
74
500 00
394
00
250 00
781
43
211
50
200 00
299
81 Atlin District (South)—Continued.
Trail Reg. No.
156. Wynes   	
Plant and tools .
Camp equipment
Material 	
Warehouse	
103 50
2,775 32
599 75
3,500 00
400 00
Supervision—
Assistant District Engineer
Office 	
6,022 30
3,389 25
Total  ? 43,438 87
Atlin District (Stikine).
Road Reg. No.
50. Gienora 	
51. Telegraph-Dease
Street Reg. No.
Telegraph streets ....
Trail Reg. No.
52. Dease Lake 	
53. Dease Creek	
55. Gienora  	
59. Teslin   	
430 00
9,072 59
400 00
123 50
297 00
111 00
170 00
Trail Reg. No.
60. Thibert Creek	
Plant and tools 	
Camp equipment  :.
Materials 	
Supervision—
Assistant District Engineer
Office 	
71 50
884 57
134 05
141 15
1,271 55
176 11
Total  $ 13,283 02
Summary.
Atlin  (North)   $ 7,375 55
Atlin (South)   43,438 87
Atlin (Stikine)      13,283 02
Total   $64,097 44
Burnaby District.
Road Reg. No.
6b. Hastings-Barnet  $ 2,766 45
8a. Kingsway    2,975 94
22b. Rivermay     572 58
Material   18 75
Supervision—
Assistant District Engineer
Office 	
Auto	
600 00
221 51
246 88
Total  $    7,402 11
Cariboo District (Northern).
Road Reg. No.
Road Reg. No.
1. Alexis Creek-Nazko 	
.$      156 00
45.
Dragon Lake (west) 	
t        50 00
4. Chilcotin Main 	
5,126 77
46.
Dragon Lake (east) 	
50 00
5. Cariboo Main  	
6,044 90
50.
Kersley-Dale's Landing 	
25 00
6. Chilanko Forks-Chezacut	
287 00
53.
Lowhee-Jack o' Clubs	
190 00
7. Chilcotin-Meldrum  Creek  ....
138 25
58.
Quesnel-Blackwater	
930 75
10. Hanceville-Christie's 	
299 37
59
Quesnel-Nazko   	
699 80
16. Beaumont 	
50 00
60.
Quesnel-Little Lake	
500 00
19. 177-Mile-Beaver Lake 	
250 00
62.
Stewart 	
44 00
22. Moore	
50 00
63.
Sisters Creek-Dragon Lake ....
75 00
23. Soda Creek-Mud Lake 	
31 49
67.
Willow River-Sugar Creek ....
100 00
27. Blackwater-Mud River	
200 00
68.
North Fork-Riske Creek 	
100 00
28. Soda Creek-Deep Creek 	
69 00
74.
North Star 	
45 00
32. Fraser  	
1,731 99
50 00
75.
Sheep Creek—Moon's  	
70 00
33. Alexandria Ferry (east)  	
79.
Soda Creek Ferry	
104 75
34. Alexandria Ferry (west) 	
20 00
80.
Quesnel Ferry Approach	
199 75
36. Barkerville-Antler 	
194 00
82
Higdon's  	
25 00
37. Barkerville-Bear Lake 	
543 50
5,742 01
96.
97.
Government Creek 	
Punchau  	
12 00
38. Barkerville Main 	
72 50
40. Bear Lake-Indian Point 	
100 00
103.
Meldrum Creek 	
200 00 16 Geo. 5
Statement op Expenditure.
Q 49
Cariboo District (Northern)—Continued.
Road Reg. No.
110. Freeman's  $ 50 00
113. Macalister   Ferry    (west   approach)    30 00
117. Salmon  100 00
120. Dun-ell's   163 10
122. Cotton's   125 00
123. Jasper    50 00
158. Hanceville Cut-off  75 00
159. Colobank's  300 00
161. Lebourdais   198 99
164. Wade's  57 69
215. Keithley-Barkerville   174 54
219. Ahbau     100 00
Road Reg. No.
220. Victoria Creek ..
Street Reg. No.
77. Quesnel streets
Plant and tools	
Camp equipment 	
Material 	
Stables  	
Supervision—
General Foreman ..
Office 	
Auto   	
50 00
311
00
1,258
14
45
03
1,221
72
1,531
49
2,499
50
848
50
888
05
Total  $ 34,655 58
Cariboo District (South).
Road Reg. No.
2. Beaver Lake-Beavermouth .... $ 50 00
3. Beaver Valley   409 80
4. Chilcotin Main   1,440 07
5. Cariboo Main  5,421 29
12. 108-Mile-Harpers Camp  ' 122 49
15. Harpers Camp Main   990 69
18. Keithley Main   5,749 93
21. Mission     69 49
25. Quesnel Forks-QuesnefLake .. 949 89
29. Upper Horsefly  350 00
42. Harpers Camp-Horsefly Lake.. 1,200 01
72. Clinton-Williams Lake   865 38
90. Likely-Cedar Creek Camp   499 53
98. Bridge Creek-Horse Lake  159 99
104. Buffalo-Canim Lake   150 00
105. Big Creek   1,163 37
118. Canoe Creek-Church Creek .... 200 00
121. Churn Creek-Hanceville   724 79
125. Dog Creek-Churn Creek  199 50
126. Deka Lake  99 50
129. Eagle Creek   199 52
130. Empire Valley   150 75
131. Exeter Station-Canim Lake.... 1,477 71
136. 111-Mile House-Mirage Lake.. 7 00
Road Reg. No.
139. 111-Mile House-Horsefly	
141. Lone Butte-Bridge Lake	
142. McKinley-Hamilton-Ogdon ....
143. McKinley-Lac la Hache Stn...
151. Springhouse-127-Mile House ..
152. Springhouse-U.S. Meadows ....
154. Upper Dog Creek 	
157. Willowford-iBuffalo  	
180. Chilcotin Main-Springhouse ..
181. 114-Mile House-Nedel's Ranch
Street Reg. No.
109. Williams Lake streets 	
Trail Reg. No.
202. Cedar Creek-Spanish Mtn	
Plant and tools	
Camp equipment	
Material 	
Stables  	
Supervision—
General Foreman	
Office 	
Auto   	
Total $ 35,349 21
538 57
1,930 49
349 87
249 87
100 00
92 00
92 75
233 75
101 50
75 00
100 00
30
00
2,880 68
196
13
1,658
51
1,573
04
1,388
55
753
75
354
05
Summary.
Cariboo (Northern)  $34,655 58
Cariboo (South)     35,349 21
Total   $70,004 79
Road Reg. No.
1. Provincial Highway ....
2. Provincial Highway ....
5. Provincial Highway ....
6. Huntingdon Townsite
Chilliwack District.
Road Reg. No.
3,470 12 7. Provincial Highway
1.547 25 8. Columbia Valley 	
3.548 89 9. Chilliwack River	
977 57       10. Provincial Highway
3,299 99
837 71
1,782 38
2,243 90 Q 50
Public Works Report (1925-26).
Chilliwack District—Continued.
Road Reg. No.
11. Provincial Highway  ,
12. Sumas Mountain	
13. Clayburn-Stratton 	
123. Abbotsford-Riverside   	
193. Rosedale Ferry 	
Trail Reg. No.
L-15. Chilliwack Lake-Dolly Varden
2,000 00
Plant and tools    	
 $    6,673 89
,503 52
Supervision—
216 54
Assistant District Engineer ...
1,787 68
128 70
Office 	
825 55
861 64
Auto   	
379 61
177 23
Total  $ 33,262 17
Colnmbia District.
Road Reg. No.
1. Columbia River $ 12,
1b. Sinclair Loop	
lc. Windermere Loop 	
2. West Side        2
3. Golden-Donald  (lower)  	
4. Toby Creek       1,
5. Horsethief   	
6. Athalmer   	
7. Campbell	
8. Findlay Creek 	
9. Brisco   	
10. Forrester's Landing  ......
11. Wilmer Pontoon 	
13. Canyon Creek 	
14. Mitchell 	
Mons   	
Beards Creek 	
18. Hynes   	
19. Giant Mine         1
21. Red Rock  	
Paradise Mine 	
Toby Hill 	
27. Athalmer-Wilmer 	
28. Toby Creek Cut-off	
29. Johnston  .'.	
34. Oberg and Johnson 	
35. Kettleson   	
36. Holmes and Deakin 	
37. Blaeberry School	
3S. Moberley Branch 	
39. Hartley 	
40. Anderson 	
42. Golden-Donald (upper)  	
48. Boulder Creek 	
52. Windermere Cemetery	
55. Houlgrave 	
57. Adolph Johnson	
58. Sanborn	
60. Flemstrom   	
62. Madden 	
66. Spence 	
67. Dejordy 	
68. Ottason  	
69. Graham  -..
15.
17.
25.
26.
Road Reg. No.
738 41
■ 70.
McBeath   $
51 63
25 50
73.
Lafontaine  	
35 SS
138 54
76.
80.
81.
82.
83.
84.
85.
Arnold 	
67 32
707 40
Sandwell 	
10 50
805 54
Forde Station 	
39 50
212 19
Pagliaro   	
15 00
495 82
Chalmers 	
23 50
338 25
Hawke 	
304 32
340 52
Dorney	
170 88
292 37
86.
Thompson Fort 	
163 39
397 43
90.
91.
Cumins   	
15 00
449 74
Golden Cemetery	
299 10
12 25
92.
93.
Wilmer Sawmill 	
15 00
23 13
Wilmer Wharf	
149 37
148 67
94.
Barber 	
28 25
95 38
96.
George Johnson 	
10 50
74 46
98.
Invermere Wharf 	
207 35
3 75
102.
Leadville    (road    to    Perlain
649 87
Mine)   	
1.026 55
238 00
103.
Tegart Application 	
491 75
497 75
104.
Stoddart  	
50 70
99 77
200.
Hough   	
124 05
44 75
Street Reg. No.
499 75
43.
44.
45.
Golden streets 	
2,293 41
38 00
Wilmer streets	
377 41
69 75
Athalmer streets 	
98 38
99 75
40.
Tra
Invermere streets 	
242 93
108 25
il Reg. No.
183 00
109.
Bugaboo	
149 75
65 75
114.
125.
156.
Canoe River	
150 00
81 00
Horsethief  	
152 50
182 82
Vermont Creek 	
32 50
024 39
Kicking Horse River-bank protec
265 30
tion  	
135 27
54 00
Francis Bridge approach 	
1,150 99
24 74
Plant and tools 	
3,287 34
55 50
C!amo enuimnent 	
312 46
97 13
Mat
Sup
erial 	
575 70
11 25
ervision—
237 03
Assistant District Engineer 	
2,623 05
62 26
Office 	
1,662 28
98 25
Auto  	
549 12
165 00
57 50
Total  $
43.00S 54 16 Geo. 5
Statement op Expenditure.
Q 51
Road Reg. No.
1. Road at Alert Bay  5
2. Anderton 	
3. Back	
3b. Cumberland  Road-Union  St.
(Courtenay)   	
5. Burns 	
6. Butcher's	
6a. Island Highway (Courtenay)
8. Comox	
9. Cumberland  	
10. Courtenay-Headquarters  	
11. Royston 	
12. Cumberland-Headquarters
(Bevan) 	
13. Comox Lake	
14. Lazo 	
18. Condensory	
19. Cowie A 	
20. Cessford   	
26. Hodgson   	
27. Rennison Cross 	
28. Ryan Cross  	
29. Smith 	
33. Reef Point-Manson's Landing
34b. Dunsmuir Ave.-Cumberland..
38. Seaford 	
39. Miller and Quimby 	
43. Gorge Harbour 	
48. Sled  	
51. East 	
52. Lacon 	
53. Lake 	
54. Main 	
55. North   (central)   	
56. North   (west)   	
57. Pickles 	
58. Swan   .'.'
60. Endall and Hopkins 	
62. Fraser and Harrigan	
64. Gainsberg  	
65. Grant 	
67. Higgins and Knight 	
68. Huband 	
76. Central   	
77. Goose Spit 	
80. Osby 	
81. Phipps Point 	
82. St. John's Point 	
S4. Strachan's   	
87. Savoie  	
89. Kelland's 	
90. Kirby 	
93. Lake Trail Road	
Comow District.
Road Reg. No.
288 30       94. Lake Trail-Powder-house  $        87 00
400 00       96. Little River  469 12
156 25     100. Hodgins   17 13
105. Dove Creek  1,510 55
7 82     106. Howard's  144 00
325 40     107. Kitty Coleman  400 51
7 00     108. Kitty Coleman (left)   73 50
821 21     109. Larkins    6 25
1,020 75     110. Mitchell   37 37
1,028 32     111. Merville Cross  :.. 243 88
810 95     112. Sackville  ■ 62 25
484 94     113. Tsolum  246 75
114. Tyee Valley   394 10
309 32     115. Williams  74 45
140 72     117. Poultou's   24 25
188 15     119. Minto School   271 43
108 25     121. Kilpatrick   88 13
2 25     123. Muir and Hawkins  6 50
132 75     128. McAllen  78 50
11 25     131. Malcolm Island   598 75
18 00     139. Ryan and Hudson   26 50
29 00     140. Radford  54 00
22 50     145. Road to Lot 117   26 25
154 50     149. Burd's Cove   130 29
160 76     150. Hoskyn's Gulch   50 00
159 25     150a. East   9 75
73 62    150b. Tell's  130 68
246 50     151. Stewart's     133 50
180 25     156. Sharpe's     100 00
182 00     160. Frenchman's  1 75
452 84     161. Hern's   _  139 62
24 75     162. Main  527 39
253 59     104. School     80 OO
51 00     167. Cavanagh    97 24
262 22     185. Cape Mudge   608 00
56 87     187. Gowlland Harbour   259 99
96 75     1S8. Heriot Bay   297 50
588 12     189. Hyacinth Bay  423 99
109 70     191. Main Road (west)  14 50
30 10    192. Pidcocks   61 00
67 50     193. Road to Lot 125 (south)  20 00
204 77     194. Smith's     30 00
53 00     196. Island Highway     16,215 79
341 00     203. Marine Drive :  38 50
60 24     206. Marsden     53 50
52 50     209. Torrent's   596 49
81 24     210. J. Bryant-Howes  89 75
43 00     211. Corrigal  20 25
24 87     213. Timlin    250 85
125 OO Trail Reg. No.
8 50     14S. Burdwood Bay  245 02
38 50     150c. School   ______  16 00
554 31     200. Maurelle Island  188 50 Q 52
Public
Works Eeport (1925-26).
Street.
Municipal streets 	
Cm
 $
nox Distric
19 83
9,702 09
1,030 87
357 18
;ichan-Newc
278 50
45 00
375 69
3,227 03
736 75
401 55
249 13
637 59
502 58
91 64
55 50
62 00
317 95
42 00
27 95
26 00
3,5SO 66
136 50
364 67
100 50
95 00
79 50
69 50
146 34
14 00
534 67
1,064 83
200 00
53 75
9 00
11 50
1S7 87
61 50
491 36
177 86
379 13
130 00
152 55
26 63
415 58
768 12
384 28
99 60
.—Continued.
Supervision—
Assistant District Engineer
OfflCe 	
... $    5,624 S6
1,014 29
Material 	
Launch 	
Total 	
279 34
... $ 54,855 S6
»
Road Reg. No.
1. Adshead   	
2. Andreas 	
Cou
 $
astle District.
Road Reg. No.
69. Lake 	
70. Lakeside  	
$       580 09
454 54
.
2a. Island Highway (primary)....
3a. Victoria-Campbell River
(primary)   	
5. Beach 	
7. Bench 	
8. Benson 	
9. Becks 	
10. Bennie-Yellow Point 	
11. Brenton's   	
71. Lane 	
73. Locknees 	
76. Marshall 	
21 00
706 94
73 75
78. Maxey's 	
79. McKinley-Doupe 	
S2. Meredith 	
85. Michael and Doole's	
87. Miller 	
90. Mountain 	
95. Old Koksilah 	
103 05
37 00
15 00
218 60
107 30
215 00
921 68
12. Bowden-Vaux	
13. Brooks (north)
16. Carvell-Jackson
17. Carmichael's   	
96. Old School-house 	
281 62
97. Old South Wellington
98. Old Victoria 	
100. Pannell's 	
103. Patricia 	
106. Quennell's 	
354 35
1.191   (.3
19. Cavin 	
25 00
20. fTl.ni.lii.    	
103 70
23. Cowichan Lake 	
24. Cowichan Lake (north shore)
26. Cowichan River 	
27. Cowichan Lake (south shore)
30. Code's	
32. Departure Bay	
34. Devine-McLay   	
35. Duncan   	
36. Duncan-Sahtlam   	
295 49
111. Rossville 	
112. Rowe's 	
30 00
67 00
113. Sahtlam River	
114. Saltair 	
115. Scannell   	
116. Shaw  	
120. South Oyster School	
121. South Wellington
187 87
12 50
59 50
56 36
94 50
1,007 17
3S. East Wellington
39. Extension 	
122. South Forks 	
25 00
129. Thomas-Yellow Point 	
130. Tiesus   	
131. Takallus
745 04
54 74
37 00
41. Haslam Creek Bridge
42. Fourth Avenue	
Approach
46. Greenway's 	
47. Gifford 	
132. Victoria-Campbell River
133. Vowel's
7,029 05
229 70
4S. Cherry Point ..■_	
134. Wallich  	
135. Waterloo 	
136. Waters	
49. Grouhel 	
50. Glenora  	
794 37
53. Hillbank   	
44 (53
142. White's   ..                         ...   .
59 00
55. Holden Corso 	
57. Heemer's 	
58. Haslam's 	
145. Wilson 	
"48 22
147. Hinks-Parry  	
149. Telegraph 	
Street.
Twelfth Street, Sec. 20, Range
Cranberry   	
Caledonia Avenue 	
77 28
60. Howie   	
61. Indian  	
62. Jingle Pot	
86 76
4,
65. Koksilah 	
67. Koksilah-Riverside
150 00
16 20 16 Geo. 5
Statement op Expenditure.
Q 53
Cotv-ichan-Neivcastle District—Continued.
New Ladysmith Lumber Co. Railway Crossings $ 36 90
Plant and tools  2,849 31
Material   201 33
Supervision—
Assistant District Engineer   2,335 05
Supervision—Continued.
Office 	
Auto   	
653 83
417 21
Total  $ 39,904 24
Road Reg. No.
1. Interprovincial Highway ,
2. Cranbrook-Kimberley  	
3. Cranbrook-Sheep Creek Section
4. Cranbrook-Gold Creek 	
5. Cranbrook-Baker Mountain ....
0. Cranbrook-Hog Ranch 	
7. Cranbrook-Kingsmill 	
8. Gold Creek Settlement 	
9. Meadowbrook Settlement 	
10. Haha Creek Settlement	
12. Kootenay Orchards 	
13. Buena Vista Subdivision 	
14. Fairview Addition	
15. Wasa Section 	
17. Mission-Marysville	
18. St. Mary Lake 	
19. Hanson-Campbell 	
20. Canal Flat 	
23. St. Mary Prairie Settlement -
24. Perry Creek 	
25. Kimberley-Sullivan Mine	
26. Power-house 	
27. Kimberley-North Star	
29. Curzon Junction-Kingsgate
31. Eager Hill-Steele Section	
38. Mission-Fort Steele 	
40. Wardner-Casey 	
41. Manners   	
44. Kimberley-Clierry Creek 	
45. McPhee  	
46. Baker Estate Subdivision	
48. Benbow  	
55. Johns and Mennie's  ...
58. Horie Subdivision	
Cranbrook District.
Road Reg. No.
15,836 08       59. Cranbrook-New Lake  $        27 00
7,155 04       72. Pighin    321 99
3,289 37       80. Green Bay  44 00
741 99       81. Munro Lake   1 54
22 62       83. Green   50 50
893 60       84. Kelly     182 35
1,566 43 85. St. Joseph Prairie Settlement.. 195 93
178 87       95. Brander  176 65
782 13       99. Bulkot  9 89
498 25    125. Wallace Ranch   49.00
100 00     128. River Avenue  108 00
30 00     129. Marsden Avenue   424 55
99 50 Street Reg. No.
49 00       49. Kimberley streets   1,279 75
198 25       51. Moyie streets   282 04
917 75       61. Slaterville streets   68 86
582 57       82. Yahk streets  149 50
773 57 Trail Reg. No.
1,087 96     400. St. Mary   252 50
943 59     401. Whiteflsh     52 00
155 81     402. Alki Creek  104 00
134 55     404. Hellroaring  25 00
307 50     406. Hot Springs   75 00
1,130 76     St. Mary River-bank protection  112 40
986 75     Plant and tools  4,621 85
85 00     Camp equipment  28 41
475 75     Cranbrook Garage   6,434 54
8 64 Supervision—
546 12        General Foreman  2,383 05
26 50         Office  613 3S
95 00        Auto  25 91
13 25 —	
56 25 Total  $ 57,906 54
3S 50
Road Reg. No.
1. Alice 	
4. Arrowsmith  	
14. Begg 	
15. Bevan	
18. Boswell-Kuskanook
19. Boswell-LaFrance  ..
27. Cameron  	
29. Canyon-Porthill  	
31. Carney's Mill 	
Creston District.
Road Reg. No.
22 00       32. Columbia Gardens  $ 50 00
62 37       33. Columbia River  73 60
45 15       34. Corn Creek   120 00
27 00       35. Cory   218 25
175 00       30. Cranford Bay-Gray Creek  262 37
298 85       37. Creston-Erickson    600 00
250 00       38. Creston-Goatfell   3,961 59
850 00       40. Creston-Kuskanook   1,487 57
75 00       41. Creston-Lister   250 00 Creston District—Continued.
Road Reg. No.
42. Creston-Summit Creek  $ 299 99
48. East Robson (north)   187 50
50. Emerald Mine   60 00
53. Filmer   147 87
56. Fruitvale-Columbia Gardens.. 271 25
58. Fruitvale Subdivision   82 50
61. Granite-Beasley    48 49
62. Granite Mill   136 02
63. Granite (upper)    33S 98
64. Gray-LaFrance   290 12
70. Harrop-Procter   401 81
73. Heddle   100 00
75. Hudson Bay   10O 00
80. Lambert's   7 50
81. Langill  50 00
82. Leach   145 00
85. Lister   250 00
89. Longbeach Wharf  275 00
91. Marsden's   15 00
94. Mill Creek  17 00
95. Molly Gibson   189 28
99. McMurtie     54 0O
100. Nelson-Balfour   2,669 96
101. Nelson-Castlegar     8,696 27
102. Nelson-U.S. Boundary  7,210 71
104. Pass Creek   261*25
105. Queens Bay   25 00
110. Queens Bay-Balfour   250 54
118. Salmo Streets Road  8 10
120.
121.
122.
125.
131.
133.
130.
138.
142.
143.
144.
Road Reg. No.
119. Salmo-Trail 	
Samuelson	
Second Relief	
Sheep Creek 	
Silver King	
127. 6-Mile-	
128. Slocan River 	
Swanson  	
Trail-Pend d'Oreille
Waneta  	
Webster	
Ymir	
Ymir Townsite	
Ymir-Wilcox  	
Trail Reg. No.
210. Boswell-Kuskanook .,
217. Cultus Creek	
    Bayonne  	
 Kokanee	
    Summit Creek 	
Plant and tools ,
Camp equipment 	
Supervision—
General Foreman 	
Office 	
Auto   	
$ 1,449 08
150
00
80 62
799
99
76 91
200
00
729
14
100 00
1.540
00
50 00
75
00
312
54
32
IS
105
00
89
59
15
00
125
50
40 00
150
00
6,455
94
2
45
3,598
OS
1,155
52
1,615
83
Total  $ 50,432 26
Road Reg. No.
1. Pacific   I
1a. Provincial Highway	
2. Provincial Highway	
3. Provincial Highway 	
8. Port Kells Townline 	
9. Ocean Park-Crescent Beach....
10. Bear Creek Soldier Settlement
11. Port Kells Townline	
12. County Line 	
13. Rinn 	
Delta District.
Road Reg. No.
1,921 36       17e. Semiamo  (secondary)   $        81 64
2,555 4S       18b. Scott (secondary)   666 42
6,345 70 40b. Boundary Bay (secondary)....         951 73
1,468 81     Material   253 07
500 00 Supervision—
750 00 Assistant District Engineer        1,264 80
500 00 Office   347 15
500 00 Auto     210 84
400 00 ■ ■	
100 00 Total  $ 18,817 00
Road Reg. No.
1. Athey 	
3. Clark (Port Coquitlam)
5. Dale 	
6. Davis 	
7b. Dewdney Trunk, Sec. 1
7c. Dewdney Trunk, Sec. 2
7d. Dewdney Trunk, Sec. 3
7e. Dewdney Trunk, Sec. 4
Dewdney District.
Road Reg. No.
78 25         7f. Dewdney Trunk, Sec. 5  $ 1,069 35
62 03         7g. Dewdney Trunk, Sec. 6   1,657 20
171 76         7h. Dewdney Trunk, Sec. 7  2,353 59
50 00         71. Dewdney Trunk, Sec. 8   3,060 75
958 38         7j. Dewdney Trunk, Sec. 9  842 08
1,140 77 7l. Ontario    Street-River   Road
1,270 60                   (Dewdney Trunk)   3,798 9S
1,412 67         9. Durieu   50 00 Dewdney District—Continued.
Road Reg. No.
11. Farms   	
13. Pickles-Hawkins	
15. Hyde and Buker 	
16. loco-Port Moody	
17. Ioco-Sunnyside 	
18. Johnston 	
19. Jones  	
. 20. Kilpatrick 	
21. Knowles   	
22. Malcolm   	
23. McKamey  	
24. McDonald 	
25. Mclntyre 	
27. Mission-Stave Lake	
29. Newton 	
30. Nicomen Island Trunk
33. North Nicomen 	
34. Parks-Deroche	
35. Rennie 	
36. River (south)  	
37. Rowan 	
3S. Salvaster   	
40. Shock 	
41. Stave Lake 	
Road Reg. No.
696 04
42. Sterling  	
-$
30 00
400 30
43. Taylor  	
125 00
151 25
45. Tremblay	
110 65
134 75
47. Upper Pitt 	
90 00
338 25
48. loco Townsite 	
312 25
50 00
51. Ioco-Belcara Trail    	
161 00
49 00
Street Reg. No.
10 50
7m. Washington Street 	
724 54
467 90
Dewdney Dyke 	
2,973 52
42 00
C.P.R. Crossing-Dewdney Cinders.
38 25
15 00
49 00
$
26,604 27
150 00
Less credit, Road No. 7a, Dewd
50 00
ney Trunk (Port Moody) 	
681 70
61 75
,558 21
$ 25,922 57
177 50
Plant 	
12,722 86
103 25
Material 	
3,257 98
90 75
Supervision—
196 40
Assistant District Engineer 	
1,778 04
163 05
Office 	
760 07
,045 50
Auto	
610 71
9 75
52 50
Total 	
$
45,052 23
Road Reg. No.
1. Albert Head 	
2. Arden, Sr	
3. Atkins  	
4. Anderson's  	
5. Arden, Jr	
6. Admiral's   	
7. Bamberton  	
8. Ball	
9. Barrow's 	
10. Battersby  	
11. Bazett  	
12. Beattie-Johnson  ..
13. Beach-Mill Bay ....
14. Beach-Parry Bay
15. Belmont	
16. Bennett, Jas	
18. Beckingham 	
19. Beresford  	
20. Blanchard's  	
21. Blackberry Lane ..
22. Boyd's  	
23. Brown's 	
24. Burnside 	
25. Calvert's 	
26. Cameron-Taggart
27. Chapman (new) ..
Esquimalt District.
Road Reg. No.
256 00 28. Chapman   (old)    $ 50 00
46 00 29. Cherry Point   100 00
258 53 30. Clark's Head   50 00
20 00 31. Corry's Head   220 00
41 00 32. Colwood  590 35
215 62 33. Church   150 00
30 00 34. Coleman   153 50
29 00 35. Craigflower  241 13
46 75 36. Cuthbert   100 50
99 38 37. Dalmain     20 00
150 00 38. Deacon's    74 75
50 00 39. Deloume     200 00
20 00 40. Denman's     50 00
40 50 41. Dumbleton's   27 57
177 25 42. Duke's   116 00
143 00 43. Dunn's   49 50
49 00 44. Dutnall's   143 50
62 83 45. Dunford     115 00
20 00 46. Dougan    100 00
30 00 47. East Sooke   1,014 46
20 00 49. Elford    33 00
75 00 50. Finlayson Arm   213 20
95 00 51. Fisher     50 26
10O 00 52. Furlong's  48 00
195 75 53. Freeman's   , 50 00
150 00 55. French's Avenue   30 00 Q 56
Public Works Eeport  (]
Esquimalt District—Continued.
Road Reg. No.
56. Glenz   	
57. Glen Lake	
58. Grant	
60. Goldstream 	
61. Goldstream Cross ....
62. Golden Gate 	
64. Green's	
65. Garland Avenue 	
66. Gillespie   	
67. Hall and Hawkins ..
68. Halhead	
69. Happy Valley	
70. Hart 	
71. Harbour View 	
73. Helmcken  	
74. Helgreen's 	
75. Hopkins Swamp 	
76. Island Highway 	
.77. Island   	
78. Invermuir	
79. Jordan River 	
SO. Jones	
81. Kaltasin   	
82. Kemp's   	
83. King's   	
84. Koksilah-Riverside ..
85. LaBonne's 	
86. LaFortuue   	
87. Lagoon   	
88. Lagoon Spit 	
89. Landing	
90. Latoria   	
91. Lakeside 	
92. Leach River 	
93. Leigh  	
94. Lomax 	
95. Lighthouse  	
90. Manley   	
97. Maple Avenue 	
98. McKenzie-Luxton ....
99. Metchosin 	
100. Metchosin Cross 	
101. Millstream  	
102. Millstream Lake 	
103. Milligan's  	
105. Milne's 	
106. Miller's   	
10S. Morris  	
109. Mount View Avenue
110. Mount Baker 	
111. Muir Avenue 	
112. Munn's 	
113. Murray  	
lll.'Neild's 	
115. Nightingale	
Road Reg. No.
92 75
116.
Otter Point 	
... $       484 45
45 00
117.
119.
120.
Old Trunk	
645 93
350 00
Park Drive  ,	
25 00
254 47
Parkland's ..,_„..,.,„__	
89 63
106 75
121.
Parry  ;	
145 25
150 00
123.
124.
125.
120.
Pears 	
40 00
32 88
Poirier	
20 00
30 00
Powell  	
36 00
265 02
Phillips 	
109 00
100 00
127.
Pike Lake 	
50 00
196 25
129.
130.
Parkinson's	
328 92
794 09
Quarantine	
317 80
205 00
131.
132.
Renfrew   	
37 50
89 50
Rocky Point ,.
786 24
184 50
133.
134.
135.
Ross-Durrance   	
733 68
25 00
Robinson's	
30 00
49 75
Rogers  _	
20 00
,408 17
130.
San Juan  (west)  	
150 00
151 00
138.
School-house, Cobble Hill 	
50 00
50 00
139.
Shirley	
318 38
,579 60
140.
Sheppard	
59 00
72 50
141.
Shawnigan-Mill Bay Cross .
485 10
150 85
142.
Silver Mine 	
93 50
178 00
143.
144.
145.
Slab Pile ,	
50 00
99 27
Soule  	
50 00
400 00
59 00
50 00
140.
Snell	
50 00
151 50
147.
Sooke 	
1,967 80
268 66
148.
149.
150;
Sooke River 	
149 00
89 50
Station   	
295 50
50 00
Summit  	
618 70
418 84
151.
Swanwick 	
20 00
100 00
152.
Sylvester 	
157 50
50 00
153.
154.
17-Mile	
42 00
50 00
Taylor 	
78 70
20 00
155.
Telegraph 	
257 00
193 62
156.
Thain 	
159 00
50 00
157.
Thetis Lake 	
262 00
166 00
15S.
West Lake 	
3 00
75 00
160.
Whitty-Tappin  	
90 00
617 00
161.
163.
Whiffen Spit 	
250 00
2S3 80
Whisky Point 	
63 5S
313 50
165.
179 25
440 67
166.
167.
Wilson 	
20 OO
50 00
Willow Grouse 	
26 60
50 00
169.
171.
Woodlands  	
49 95
98 50
Wotton   	
45 00
20 00
172.
173.
Wright's  	
57 51
15 00
West Lagoon 	
77 00
50 00
174.
Young's Lake  	
50 00
268 76
175.
Florence Lake 	
249 38
143 00
178.
Rosebank Company's 	
35 00
30 00
202.
Botanical   	
37 50
90 00
206.
Old Millstream 	
30 00
120 00
207.
Providence Cove 	
22 00 16 Geo. 5
Statement op Expenditure,
Q 57
Esquimalt District—Continued.
Road Reg. No.
209. Week's 	
Trail Reg. No.
210. Clo-oose trails generally
Plant and tools	
Material 	
Launch 	
62 00
310 10
3,426 67
1,632 02
93 79
Supervision—
General Foreman
Office ,
Auto   	
2,359 30
1,757 04
475 37
Total  $ 40,468 67
Road Reg. No.
1. Interprovincial Highway—
Wardner-Crowsnest   $ 12
2. Wardner-Gateway 	
3. Elko-Roosville       2,
4. Elk Valley 	
5. Columbia River	
6. Bull River  (south)  	
10. Elk-Waldo 	
11. Gateway-Roosville 	
12. Fernie-Lizard Creek 	
13. Fernie-Coal Creek 	
18. Gateway Ferry 	
19. Flathead Valley 	
30. Elko-South Forks	
31. Fort Steele-Wildhorse	
33. Fenwick's  	
34. Lewis Creek 	
30. Cocato Settlement	
46. Bull River (north) 	
48. Mouse  Creek 	
51. McBraynes Lake	
55. Fernie Cemetery 	
57. Beard's   	
59. Fort Steele Station 	
Fernie District.
~Road Reg. No.
63. Minton's    $        50 00
,558 SO       69. Ainsworth's     100 00
500 00       77. Fort Steele Cemetery   150 00
,225 70       78. Eimer  028 37
916 45       SO. Land Settlement   33 50
,901 68       82. Marinaro  46 75
56 50       98. Matheson's  25 00
500 00 Street Reg. No. _
50 00         Armstrong  '.  3 25
244 50       22. Michel and Natal streets   157 75
497 25       24. West Fernie streets   250 00
53 59       25. Elko streets  25 48
200 43       27. Bull River streets  48 75
49 75       28. Fort Steele streets  ;  54 76
359 25     Plant and tools  4,047 79
17 00     Camp equipment   40
97 39     Material   16 11
50 00 Supervision—
98 00         Assistant District Engineer   2,748 55
136 00        Office   1,592 66
48 38    .    Auto     1,099 89
203 05	
48 75 Total  $ 34,944 58
42 50
Road Reg. No.
1. Aleza Lake-Newlands 	
3. 6-Mile Lake	
9. Chilako  	
12. Dewey  	
14. Dome Creek-Kidd	
15. Wright Creek	
17. Dunster-Rausch Valley ....
23. Fort  George-Blackwater  .
24. Fort George-Chief Lake
25. Cariboo  	
26. Fort George-Hazelton 	
27. Fort George-Willow River
28. Fort George-Isle de Pierre
30. Foreman  	
32.- Goose Country 	
33. Giscome Station (north) .
35. Giscome Station (south)  .
Fort George District.
Road Reg. No.
2,396 01 40. Red Rock-Fraser Canyon  $ 200 61
47 81 43. Hoflfercamp  30 18
144 75 44. Jorgenson   63 75
299 99 45. Kelley     150 75
729 24 47. Longworth  (south)     22 50
174 37 49. Reid Lake  96 68
163 68 50. McBride-Cariboo     634 74
1,010 61 51. MeBride (east)  436 97
4,751 54 53. McBride-Dunster   845 93
8,323 S6 54. Mud River Valley  1,295 49
2,045 39 57. Nichol-Bednesti   493 OS
1,717 34 58. Ness Lake  20 62
985 45 CO. 6-Mile-Buckhorn   707 53
24 62 69. Ellis   371 41
319 49 73. Willow River-Giscome Portage 76 50
278 30 74. Willow River  54 00
101 25 75. West Lake-Fraser River   S 44 Fort George District—Continued.
Road Reg. No.
84. Croydon-Dunster   .
85. Bevier   '.	
00. Mirch Lake	
94. Erickson  	
97. Caus 	
102. Dale 	
104. Shelley (south) 	
110. Williams 	
111. Mount Robson 	
116. Hammond 	
120. Croydon 	
123. Newlands  (north)
127. Anderson 	
131. McGagliran 	
135. Shelley (east) 	
136. Hornby ...
138. Kinney 	
142. Bendixon	
143. Martin 	
144. Lund	
145. Farr  (east)  	
148. Hillier  	
153. MeBride (south) ...
156. Datum's 	
432 09
466 19
412 49
252 92
288 24
291 87
499 94
252 75
567 59
83 50
95 99
294 65
97 12
185 50
371 25
100 37
19 00
86 50
28 74
83 00
132 50
150 00
286 75
202 50
Road Reg. No.
160. Button  	
167. Hutchison 	
169. Hedlund	
173. Garratt  	
176. Moore	
184. Hartley Flats-Shelley
185. Davies	
186. Widdis 	
187. Gerlitzki  	
188. Penny   	
189. Holzwarth	
190. Weiler   :	
   Halfway 	
Plant and tools 	
Camp equipment 	
Material 	
Stable	
Supervision—
General Foreman	
Office	
Auto	
$   26 25
198
25
17
50
381
70
148
49
501
73
247
74
98
25
254
86
197
37
200
62
930
51
104
25
6,124
67
926
70
3,959
29
1,677
39
2,619
30
996
50
457
94
Total  $ 54,773 79
Fort George District (Peace River Section).
Road Reg. No.
7. R.A	
9. R.A	
10. R.A	
11. R.A	
13. R.A	
14. R.A	
15. R.A	
10. R.A _	
17. R.A	
18. R.A	
21. R.A	
22. R.A	
23. R.A	
25. R.A	
26. R.A	
27. R.A	
29. R.A	
30. R.A	
76. Rolla-Fort St. John
77. Grande Prairie 	
Road Reg. No.
283 85 78. Hudson Hope-Grand Canyon..?
98 25       SO. South Pine ...
615 25       82. Hudson Hope-Red River 	
510 00 85. Peace River-Taylor Flats, No. 1
658 73     178. Sunset 	
99 00     189. Fort St. John-North Pine	
200 00     199. Rolla Landing	
136 50     200. Swan Lake 	
3 00         Halfway  	
150 00      Plant and tools 	
540 00     Camp equipment	
197 00     Material 	
45 00     Stable 	
145 50 Supervision—
30 00 General Foreman	
60 50 Office 	
103 22 Auto   	
636 33
294 65 Total $ 12,496 76
300 00
$   2S 00
245
11
149
75
100 00
899
11
50 00
60 00
50 00
95
75
1,017
So
16
45
925
31
579
95
2,566
90
239
49
366
51
Summary.
Fort George  $54,773 79
Peace River Section     12,496 76
Total   $67,270 55 Grand Forks-Greenwood District.
Ro_iD Reg. No.
1.
Anaconda, No. 7  $
356 00
3.
Baker Creek	
250 00
4
Bear Creek-Pass Creek	
180 00
5.
Beaver Creek 	
168 25
6.
Beaverdell Station 	
225 OO
7.
Boltz   	
50 00
8.
Boundary Creek 	
525 00
9.
Bridesville-Moulson 	
150 00
10.
Camp  McKinney-Rock  Creek
Crossing  _	
150 00
11.
Camp McKinney-McLean's	
100 00
12.
Carmi-McCullough 	
300 00
13.
Caron 	
233 77
14.
Cascade-Fife 	
99 00
15.
Cascade-Laurier 	
97 50
10.
Cascade-Paulson	
2,299 00
IS.
Christina Lake-Rossland 	
1,707 89
90
Deadwood  	
135 00
21.
Deep Creek-Boundary	
42 00
22.
Eholt-Moore	
62 00
22a. Trans-Provincial Highway ....
54 40
23
Eholt-North Fork	
55 55
24.
Eholt-Summit 	
242 25
25.
English Cove-Head of Lake ....
80 50
27.
Filmore 	
75 00
28.
Fish Lake	
50 00
30.
Grand Forks-Carson (north)..
89 90
31.
Grand Forks-Carson (south)..
173 25
32.
Grand Forks-Cascade (north)
2,773 89
33.
Grand Forks-Cascade (south)
266 00
35.
Grand Forks-Franklin 	
1,557 25
36.
Grand Forks-Hardy Mountain
195 75
37.
Grand Forks-Pass Creek 	
499 25
38.
Grand Forks-Summit 	
1,012 70
39.
Greenwood-Eholt 	
700 00
40.
Greenwood-Midway 	
1,868 58
41.
Greenwood-Phoenix 	
125 00
49
Hartford—Boundary 	
35 00
43.
Hartley-Phoenix 	
50 00
44.
Ingram Mountain 	
285 25
45.
Johnson Creek (east) 	
90 00
46.
Johnson Creek (west) 	
79 50
North Saanich—
Road Reg. No.
4. Beacon Avenue
5. Bazan Bay 	
6. Birch  	
7. Breed's Cross ....
8. Centre  ....,	
10. Chalet  	
13. Downey 	
Road Reg. No.
47. Kerr Creek 	
48. Kettle River (east) 	
49. Kettle River (main)	
50. Kettle River (West Forks)	
51. Link Creek	
52. Long Lake-Jewel Mine 	
53. Lynn Creek	
54. McCarren Creek 	
55. Myers Creek	
56. Midway-Rock Creek 	
57. Mill Creek-Grand Forks	
58. Moody Creek-Grand Forks ...
59. Morrisey Creek (east)	
61. Nicholson Creek	
62. Nord 	
64. Okley  	
65. Phoenix-Greenwood (north)...
67. Pass Creek-Rock Candy	
68. Rice Creek 	
69. Rock Creek-Myncaster 	
70. Rock Creek-Bridesville-Sum-
mit 	
71. Rock Mountain-Myncaster	
72. Rock Mountain-Bridesville ...
73. Rock Mountain roads	
74. Sally Mines	
75. Summit-Phoenix 	
76. Sutherland Creek-Fife 	
77. Sub-lot 519 	
S3. Sub-lot 700 	
85. Twin Creek	
86. Vernon-Edgewood   	
Plant and tools	
Camp equipment	
Material	
Supervision—
-General Foreman	
Office 	
Auto   	
425 00
99 54
2,241 10
1,773 45
50 00
250 00
236 00
250 05
300 00
2,340 95
483 00
97 25
56 50
575 60
576 95
38 00
24 50
100 00
25 00
550 10
2,193 75
200 00
200 00
275 00
293 75
138 50
1,694 00
16 50
16 50
35 00
14 00
3,205 62
2 00
4 00
4,607 35
1,417 31
1,972 93
Total  $ 44,929 23
Islands District.
North Saanich—Continued.
Road Reg. No.
510 77       14. East Saanich 	
34 00       15. Horth Cross 	
373 21       10. Henry Avenue 	
557 00       17. Mount Newton	
200 31       18. Madrona Avenue 	
193 50       19. Marine Drive 	
4S3 38       21. School   	
 $   3,169 48
213 12
54 73
158 00
260 28
201 03
319 48 Islands District—Continued.
North Saanich—Continued.
Road Reg. No.
22. West Saanich 	
25. Beach 	
27. Beaufort 	
30. Queen's Avenue 	
154. Prospect   	
155. Maple   	
156. Bradley-Dyne   (Holman's).
157. Swartz Bay 	
158. Laurel  	
159. Wilson 	
175. Derrick  	
193. Yarrows 	
Street Reg. No.
32. First Street 	
33. Second Street	
34. Third Street	
35. Fourth  Street 	
36. Fifth Street 	
37. Sixth Street 	
Gabriola Island'—
Road Reg. No.
38. Beach 	
39. Centre  	
40. Coast  	
41. Eastholm's  	
45. Main	
48. School Cross	
50 Silva Law 	
Galiano Island—
Road Reg. No.
52. Burrill 	
54. Cook's-North  End 	
57. Main	
58. Main   (south)	
59. Morgan's 	
60. McLure's 	
160. Retreat Cove 	
161. Bluff	
162. Montague  	
199. Enke  (Higgs)	
Mayne Island—
Road Reg. No.
63. David's   	
68. Gallagher's 	
70. Horton Bay 	
71. Main	
72. Point Comfort 	
165. Village Bay 	
166. Waugh (Jock) 	
North Pender Island—
Road Reg. No.
78. Corbett's  	
80. Hope Bay-Wallace Point ...
81. Hooson's  _	
513
89
173
62
25
58
144
38
50 00
50 00
97
62
25
90
542
OS
9
63
209
91
312
65
68
00
104
00
301
07
79
50
210 05
39
90
22 00
420 44
4 00
62 75
189 55
101 85
10 00
50 00
200 95
246 76
470 79
50 00
50 00
62 75
50 00
100 00
100 00
50 00
50 00
95 00
296 00
190 75
163 00
50 50
50 00
200 00
50 00
North Pender Island—Continued.
Road Reg. No.
82. James Point  ,
83. Otter Bay 	
84. Otter Bay Diversion 	
85. Port Washington	
87. Razor Point 	
107. Clam Bay 	
South Pender Island—
Road Reg. No.
90. Boulder  _	
91. East Side 	
92. Main	
93. Spalding's 	
Saturua Island—
Road Reg. No.
94. Deep Bay  :	
95. Page Point  ,
96. Lyall  Harbour   (Payne's)	
Trail Reg. No.
306. Lighthouse  .....
308. Roman	
    Quarry 	
Thetis Island—
Road Reg. No.
97. Andrews  	
98. Clam Bay Wharf 	
100. Noxon's  ___.
102. Thetis	
103. Wharf  	
Saltspring Island—
Road Reg. No.
105. Atkins  	
106. Beddis 	
107. Beaver Point 	
108. Broadwell and Curtis 	
110. Burgoyne Bay 	
111. Baker's   	
112. Collins-Crofton 	
113. Cranberry 	
114. Cranberry Marsh	
115. Cucheon	
116. Divide and Fulford 	
117. Dodd's 	
119. Eperon's   	
120. Fernwood  	
121. Ganges (lower) 	
122. Ganges (upper) 	
124. Hill and Brantford's 	
126. Jones  	
129. Le Page's 	
130. Lasetter's   _	
132. Mansell and Mason's 	
133. MeFadden 	
135. North End 	
136. Nobb's  	
105 57
54 25
50 00
200 00
150 00
150 00
59 00
50 00
46 25
50 00
164 50
117 25
398 80
57 00
112 25
3 50
50 00
50 00
49 50
100 00
48 25
20 00
350 24
528 18
169 42
231 74
40 00
50 00
509 04
44 00
47 75
1,868 83
52 50
40 50
253 56
326 61
388 02
242 25
33 00
32 38
95 25
321 01
102 01
400 00
40 00 <tt op Expenditure.
Q 61
Islands District—Continued.
Saltspring Island—Continued.
Road Reg. No.
137. Pottinger-Wilkinson   	
138. Rainbow  	
139. Reynolds 	
140. Robinson's   	
142. Rosman's 	
143. Scotts	
144. Smith's, No. 1 	
140. Starks' 	
148. Toynbee 	
149. Tripp's 	
150. Tahouney   	
151. Vesuvius	
219 66
72 87
49 24
47 99
86 75
220 75
99 7G
50 00
06 00
150 50
10 50
204 00
Saltspring Island—Continued.
Road Reg. No.
152. Walter Rock 	
169. Herefore Avenue	
170. Isabella Point	
Plant and tools ....
Launch	
Supervision—
General Foreman	
Office 	
Auto	
$  100 39
20 00
228 50
2,308 77
852 00
2,630 45
2,061 75
1,465 22
Total $ 32,332 17
Kamloops District.
9.
10.
Road Reg. No.
1. Adams Lake  i
2. Armour  	
4, Badger Creek	
6. Barriere River	
7. Barriere Townsite	
Beaton-Fish Lake 	
Birch Island-Lost Creek	
11. Boulder Mountain 	
12, Bulrnan-Fraser-Palmer  	
13, Cache Creek-Deadman 	
14. Campbell Creek	
17. Coal Creek 	
18. Coal Hill-Sugar Loaf 	
20. Copper Creek	
21, Clearwater 	
23. Deadman Creek and branches..
24. Edith Lake	
25. Fadear ,.
26. Fruitlands	
27. General roads, Walhachin Div.
29. Guichon Creek	
Harpers Camp 	
Highland Valley 	
Holt  	
35. Hudson Bay Meadows	
36. Jackson 	
38. Kamloops-Chase 	
40. Kamloops-Nicola	
41. Kamloops-Savona 	
42. Kamloops-Shuswap 	
43. Kamloops-Tranquille	
44. Knouff Lake	
45. Lac du Bois 	
46. Leigh  	
30.
32,
33.
486 00
100 00
50 00
335 00
150 00
297 00
19S 07
250 00
150 00
448 00
346 50
124 00
180 00
738 50
022 20
700 00
200 00
100 00
400 00
184 19
50 OO
300 00
250 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
579 32
3,801 99
1,484 26
74 00
796 52
200 00
252 00
80 00
Road Reg. No.
47. Little Fort-Horse Lake	
48. Long Lake	
49. Louis Creek 	
50. Mamette Lake 	
52. North Thompson  (east side)..
53. North Thompson (west side)..
55. Peterson-Betts	
56. Powers Addition 	
57. Reserve Creek 	
58. Rose Hill (new) 	
59. Rose Hill (old) 	
60. Savona-Cache Creek 	
61. Sullivan Valley 	
62. Sullivan Valley-Knouff Lake..
63. Sullivan Valley-Vinsulla	
64. Strawberry Heights	
65. Tranquille-Criss Creek-Dead
man 	
Trail Reg. No.
106, Raft River 	
Street Reg. No.
19. Columbia Street 	
Plant and tools	
Camp equipment	
Material 	
Stable 	
Kamloops Garage	
Supervision—
General Foreman	
Office 	
Auto   	
Total 	
189 72
399 13
1,085 55
240 00
3,209 25
3,616 55
100 00
50 00
020 50
229 08
91 41
1,009 35
50 00
50 00
100 00
35 00
550 00
98 00
360 80
5,975
69
317
27
4,765
06
2,380
72
5,780 15
2,245
SO
858
25
30
70
$ 4S,065
59 Q 62
Public Works Eeport (1925-26).
Kaslo-Slocan District (Kaslo).
Road Reg. No.
1. Ainsworth (north) 	
2. Ainsworth (south) 	
8. Argenta 	
22. Beach 	
28. Blue Bell	
29. Blue Bell (east) 	
40. Canning 	
49. Crawford Bay-Gray Creek .
50. Crawford Creek	
62. Deanshaven  	
96. Ferguson 	
106. Gardener 	
115. Hammill Creek 	
121. Hope 	
123. Houston	
124. Howser-Argenta 	
125. Howser Station 	
126. Howser Lake (east)  	
136. Jackson 	
138. Jacobson 	
145. Kaslo-New Denver	
147. Kaslo Creek (South Fork)-
148. Kaslo (north) 	
149. Kaslo (south) 	
151. Kohle 	
163. Lynchville	
171. Mclntyre's	
186. Nelson-Kaslo 	
187. Nettie L	
200. Ott   	
213. Peter   	
Pilot Bay 	
Princess 	
233. Riondel Wharf	
253. Summit  	
255. Smith 	
270. Trout Lake	
271. Trout Lake (east)	
281. Utica   	
290. Wadd's   	
299. Whitewater   	
301. Woolgar	
   Meadow Creek	
Street Reg. No.
95. Ferguson streets 	
146. Kaslo Addition streets 	
159. Lardeau streets	
212
213,
98 50
212 26
93 50
98 12
30 75
3 75
245 75
897 54
417 71
7 50
1,587 71
68 50
118 51
20 25
182 96
458 95
96 50
1,057 03
34 00
23 25
1,364 38
2,051 48
893 58
90 50
80 62
1,087 13
39 37
3,263 05
73 80
144 25
50 00
50 62
41 25
21 00
49 37
125 00
721 10
37 00
211 50
423 64
64 18
24 00
58 12
84 50
455 00
15 00
Street Reg. No.
272. Trout Lake streets 	
Trail Reg. No.
402. Alpine   	
404. American	
409. Argenta-Bulmer 	
423. Beaver 	
431. Blue Ridge 	
434. Brown Creek 	
437. Bullock  	
453. Canadian   	
457. Cariboo Creek 	
460. Cascade Creek 	
408. Cooper Creek	
471. Crawford Creek	
491. 8-Mile	
496. Ethel  	
501. Extension  	
510. Ferguson-Northern 	
550. Hull Creek 	
554. Healey Creek 	
579. Joker  	
551. Johnson-Mclntyre's Landing.
585. Kaslo Creek (North Fork)	
586. Keen 	
594. Lardeau (North Fork)	
595. Lardeau (South Fork)	
596. Lardeau River (west)	
601. Levina 	
009.
693.
096.
698.
Lucky Boy 	
Scranton  	
Silver Cup 	
Silver Glance ...
701. Smuggler 	
704. Spring Creek ...
719. Tenderfoot  	
Triune  ....
Walkers   	
Winslow   	
749. Woodbury 	
-—   Cascade 	
Plant and tools 	
Supervision—
General Foreman .
Office 	
725.
741.
747.
55 00
12 75
48 74
20 25
16 50
16 50
15 50
49 69
5 09
12 75
65 25
48 75
56 00
22 50
15 00
3 75
10 30
149 34
49 50
46 50
246 32
50 25
24 37
119 55
37 05
90 75
37 50
18 75
18 75
17 50
16 50
29 00
2*75
26 12
7 50
52 50
48 35
18 75
4 10
662 03
2,347 90
314 08
Total  $ 22,204 48 16
Geo. 5
Statemeni
OP
Expenditure.
Q 63
Roa
4.
5.
6.
3.0.
13.
32.
23.
19-
32.
33.
36.
43.
43.
47.
53.
78.
79.
80.
85.
94.
97.
99.
105.
107.
109.
119.
137.
140.
145.
157.
160.
163.
362.
370.
373.
175.
180.
181.
183.
18S.
ISO.
190.
193.
194.
203.
208.
209.
210.
221.
226.
228.
230.
231.
232.
240.
d Reg. No.
Alexandra Avenue
Appledale 	
Kaslo-Sloca
: $          150
             26
n District
Roa
00     241.
06 242.
38     244.
38     245.
88      246.
17     248.
50     249.
70     251.
03      252.
00     254.
20     267.
97     285.
00     294.
53     297.
73     208.
GO     322.
00     Str
00       35.
28        65.
53     3S2.
6S     191.
40     Tra
00       28.
00     277.
00     405.
00     407.
00     40.8.
00     425.
10 435.
50     45S.
25     467.
25     470.
00     492.
55 499.
00     508.
56 514.
11 555.
79     557.
00     558.
60     572.
30     580.
11     597.
50     607.
25     038.
50     040.
19     650.
00     653.
07 668.
32     677.
76     709.
52     720.
72     731.
50     737.
00     751.
00     752.
(Slocan).
d Reg. No.
Sandon-Three Forks 	
Sandon Town and Flume
Shakespeare Avenue	
Silversmith 	
Silverton Town 	
$    1.476 98
535 92
Applegrove-Sheppard
Arrow Park 	
Arrow Park (north)...
             26
           192
           152
141 91
62 50
338 74
Arrow Park-Graham's
Beaver Creek  ..
-25. Belleview Landing
Brooks 	
Brouse 	
Box Lake-Rosebery
Landing         456
           184
           100
           109
          100
            26
Slocan River (east)	
2,473 37
Slocan River (west)	
Springer Creek 	
2,705 26
196 05
Standard 	
123 66
Surina 	
10-Mile Creek	
Van Roi	
West Demars 	
31 00
314 44
Cariboo Creek 	
Cedar Creek 	
          328
            30
115 13
147 93
Columbia River	
      11,230
Whatshan Lake 	
Whatshan Settlement 	
10-Mile-Springer 	
set Reg. No.
Burton streets 	
192 50
Crescent Bay 	
          265
100 50
Edgewood Cemetery
Edgewood Town 	
            82
           300
7 50
Edgewood-Vernon	
Edgewood-Needles
Fauquier (upper) 	
        1,000
           892
            47
80 06
Deer Park streets	
13 50
Nakusp streets	
New Denver streets 	
2,480 22
Ferret   	
4-Mile Creek	
           214
          966
1,112 74
il Reg. No.
Black Grouse 	
Reco 	
American Boy 	
Anaconda   	
Galena Park	
Glenbank 	
Gnat Creek 	
             55
        150
              15
30 00
50 00
10 00
Hewitt             95
Jacobs              78
Jordan           100
Kaslo-New Denver  (Slocan)..      2,093
Lnnsz-m               22
15 00
Antoine  	
26 50
Belleview-Graham's Landing.
Buffalo   	
Carnation  	
Condor	
Coykendahl	
Elkhorn 	
199 02
37 00
64 00
L.H	
             26
50 00
Little Slocan River	
          200
58 50
Lucky Thought 	
McCormach	
McNicol 	
             50
             94
           361
             35
114 00
Evening Star 	
Fauquier-Applegrove 	
3 75
8 00
4-Mile Creek	
202 75
Nakusp-Box Lake	
Nakusp   (east)   	
           57S
           179
Hewitt 	
Hope	
Hot Springs 	
Ivanhoe 	
Jo-Jo	
20 00
34 00
Needles-Fire Valley
New Denver-Canyon
New Denver-Rosebery
New Denver-Silverton
Noonday   	
           100
           147
          708
        1,159
             68
76 44
25 00
7 50
Lemon Creek 	
Lone Batchelor 	
Mountain Chief, No. 1 	
Mountain Con 	
Needles  (north)  	
Noonday   	
Preseott 	
Reco 	
Sunshine 	
10-Mile 	
126 38
52 50
North Park-Carpenter
Ottawa 	
Passmore   (upper)
Payne 	
Ferry 	
Queen Bess	
Red Mountain 	
Renata Town 	
Reveller	
Robinson	
Ruth	
Sandon-Cody 	
          308
            31
          429
            83
              7
          692
          307
          103
             14
               7
             42
          139
8 00
24 00
37 50
15 00
7 50
71 95
22 95
36 00
12-Mile-Slocan City 	
10 00
Victor Group 	
Wonderful	
Wonderful-Queen Bess 	
73 00
23 00
41 95 Q 64
Public Works Eeport  (1925-26).
Kaslo-Slocan District (Slocan)—Continued.
Trail Reg. No.
■*—   Eagle Creek-Edgeware River-
bank protection	
Surveys generally  ,	
Plant and tools	
Stable 	
30 13
359 42
1,411 83
57 23
Supervision—
General Foreman
Office 	
2,733 02
1,597 54
Total  $ 45,832 76
Summary.
Kaslo   $22,204 48
Slocan    45,832 76
Total   $68,037 24
Road Reg. No.
1. Cariboo Main  ,
3. Clinton Station 	
4. Scottie Creek 	
5. Bonaparte Valley 	
6. 70-MiIe-Margarette Mines 	
7. 70-Mile-Lone Butte 	
31. Hat Creek (Marble Canyon)....
32. Upper Hat Creek	
33. Boyle 	
34. Williamson-Smile Creek .'.
35. Grange-Pavilion 	
51. Mound 	
52. Mound-Loon Lake 	
53. Loon Lake-North Bonaparte....
54. Bonaparte Forks	
55. North Bonaparte	
56. North   Bonaparte   via   Green
Lake 	
57. South Bonaparte	
58. 83-Mile House-Green Lake	
59. Watch Lake 	
71. Criss Creek Valley 	
72. Deadman River 	
73. Dowse   	
74. Upper Deadman River	
81. Clinton-Springhouse   	
82. Big Bar Lake 	
83. Big Bar Lake-59-Mile House..
84. 59-Mile House-Beaver Dam ....
85. 70-Mile House-Raphael	
91. Lillooet-Clinton	
92. Fountain Valley 	
94. Kelly Lake-Canoe Creek 	
95. Woods Box-High Bar 	
96. Big Bar 	
97. Big Bar-McNeill's	
98. Big Bar-Grinder-Kostering ....
99. Big Bar Ferry 	
100. Big Bar Mountain	
101. Big Bar Mountain^Cross Bar..
Lillooet District.
Road Reg. No.
2,683 57 103. Little Big Bar Lake  $ 50 00
100 00 108. Lillooet-Lytton  2,799 91
50 00 111. Lillooet-Seton Lake   259 24
100 00 113. Lillooet Station   225 37
50 00 114. Jones-Dickey   299 09
100 00 115. Cayoosh Creek  100 00
1,330 65 110. North Fork  638 87
300 50 118. Bridge River   548 80
50 00 201. Cariboo (old)  50 00
50 00 202. Hammill    50 00
50 00 203. Lineman    50 00
200 00 204. Pemberton Meadows   2,075 22
225 00 205. Portage  (Pemberton)    350 00
225 00 206. Station     899 92
199 02 241. Judd   150 00
384 34 242. Lorimer   149 93
243. Paradise Valley   300 00
305 53 245. Squamish Valley   4,701 01
199 62 246. Fourth Avenue  50 00
97 75 273. Beach Drive  164 50
100 00 274. Burns   15 00
50 00 270. Cemetery   11 50
53 00 277. Chamberlain     98 50
50 00 278. Chaster    339 50
50 00 281. Gibson-Sechelt  1,575 10
249 75 287. Kaymer    50 00
150 00 288. Kearton   21 00
73 99 290. Lockyer   21 00
75 00 291. Lower     307 75
50 00 293. Mason     108 50
4,974 01 294. Mintie     184 50
99 50 295. North   170 50
200 00 296. North-west Boundary   620 00
111 25 297. Ocean Beach Esplanade   25 00
116 00 298. Grange   24 75
50 00 300. Pratt  75 00
50 00 301. Reid  :  75 00
50 00 302. Roberts    65 00
50 00 303. Salmon Arm  * 112 50
100 00 305. iShaw    50 00 16 Geo. 5
Statement op Expenditure.
Q 65
Road Reg. No.
308. Wilson Creek 	
Lillooet Distri
$        19 50
200 00
56 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
188 13
            50 00
ct—Continued.
Street Reg. No.
247. Main Street ...	
... $         50 00
309. Skid-road-Wilson 	
248. Second Avenue	
50 00
330. Seymour  	
249. Third Avenue	
50 00
404. Bonaparte Valley 	
400. Bridge River (south)
407. Bridge River Canyon
433. Gun Creek	
250. Vancouver Street .,	
251. Victoria Street 	
252. Winnipeg Street  _	
271. Beach Avenue  (east)	
50 00
50 00
42 12
62 00
415. North Fork	
272. Beach Avenue (west)	
Trail Reg. No.
27. Pope's Landing 	
688 28
417. Pavilion Ferry	
418. Pavilion-High Bar
24 50
25 00
.........           50 00
1 20
425. Texas Creek 	
439. Dorriston   	
445. Pope's-Bargain   	
15 00
426. West of Fraser 	
50 00
            50 00
100 00
430. Bargain Harbour 	
451. Dorriston   	
453. Secret Cove-Halfmoon Bay .
454. Duncan   	
10 00
431. Egemont  	
432. Garden Bay 	
75 00
25 00
247 74
802 00
            25 00
136 99
100 00
433. Hooley 	
434. Klyne 	
435. Newlands   ....
Squamish Dykes	
Plant and tools	
Camp equipment	
55 00
3,120 29
59 25
430. Redroof	
35 00
300 00
            75 00
Material 	
1,651 92
437. Saginaw	
438. Skookumchuck	
Stables  	
P.W.D. House 	
Supervision—
Assistant District Engineer	
199 93
2,685 25
441. Archibald  	
            50 45
442. Judd and Daisy Lake
443. Nye's   	
79 50
            81 68
3,029 49
Office 	
Auto	
Total	
1,314 94
Street Reg. No.
100 01
577 69
112. Lillooet streets	
           149 45
.. $ 48,200 35
             50 00
Mackenzie District (Powell River Section).
Road Reg. No.
31. Concession, No. 1  $ 194 50
32. Concession, No. 2   120 00
97. Malaspina   641 60
98. Lund  3,598 70
99. Conn Puirance  50 49
333. Padgett    290 00
134. Cranberry Lake-Powell River 852 25
137. Thunder Bay   2,764 52
153. Rowe    60 00
173. Bell's    113 00
174. Blubber Bay    1,213 75
175. Central     1,103 33
176. Cross Road Central   52 50
177. Gillies Bay   334 25
179. Iron Mine   42 00
180. Shelter Point     ■ "     5 25
181. Wharf  9 62
181a. Crescent Bay  351 77
Trail Reg. No.
7. Blunden Harbour 	
100. Grant's   	
101. Lake 	
102. Main Trail (west) 	
103. Tucker Bay 	
104. Weldon 	
136. Olsen Lake 	
154. Savary Island 	
191. Port Harvey	
Plant and tools	
Material 	
Launch 	
Powder-magazine 	
Supervision—
Assistant District Engineer
Office	
Auto  	
9S2 01
25 00
218 11
624 49
961 47
75 11
357 25
200 75
35 00
884 63
551 08
271 44
75 00
.,171 19
719 39
1 70
Total  $ 10,957 21 Q 66
Public Works Eeport (1925-26).
Road Reg. No.
. 1. Anaham-Chilcotin
2. Clayton  (north) ..
3. Canoe Crossing ....
5.
0.
7.
9.
56.
Firvale   	
Grant's   	
Hagensborg   	
Cliff Estate-Bella Coola
Stouie-Atnarko 	
Trail Reg. No.
50. Anaham Lake 	
Mackenzie District (Bella Coola Section).
3S OO
550 9S
931 42
005 63
48 29
1,196 84
145 87
250 00
437 17
Trail Reg. No.
59.  Klinaklini   	
.. $      100 00
Bella Coola River protection 	
Necleetsconnay River protection ..
Plant and tools  	
612 26
35 30
358 90
Material 	
370 46
Supervision—
General Foreman ..
2,147 70
Office 	
277 OS
Total 	
.. $    8.205 88
Summary.
Powell River Section  $16,957 21
Bella Coola Section       S.205 88
Total $25,163 09
Road Reg. No.
3. Brechin 	
4. Bruce Avenue 	
31. Cedar School 	
15. Departure Bay 	
16. Douglas Avenue 	
24. Extension  	
30. Fiddick's 	
31. Fielding and House's	
32. Frew's  	
34. Five Acres 	
42. Gordon 	
48. Harewood 	
49. Hamilton Avenue 	
50. Howard Avenue 	
51. Harewood Mines 	
58. Jingle Pot 	
77. Newcastle Townsite 	
83. Old Victoria 	
88. Park Avenue 	
94. Raine's 	
95. Roads generally 	
103. South Wellington 	
100. Sheppard   	
108. Sterling 	
121. Union Avenue 	
126. Vancouver Avenue 	
127. Victoria-Campbell River
128. Victoria-Campbell River
133. Wilkinson 	
134. Wellington  	
135. Waddington  	
136. Wakesiah  	
137. Winchester 	
138. Watfleld   	
Nanaimo District.
Road Reg. No.
272 S7     143. York  $ 50 00
361 95 Street Reg. No.
248 00         1. Blythe Street   50 00
350 00         2. Bradley Street  50 00
130 00       10. Craig Street   50 00
100 00       22. Eighth Street  130 00
47 00       23. Elizabeth Street   50 00
73 50       35. Fourth Street  189 2S
74 90 37. Fifth Street (Newcastle Town-
202 00                site)   50 00
50 00       62. Lambert Street   70 00
211 S3       67. Macleary Street  124 93
14S 90       70. Manning Street  50 00
250 00       73. Murray Street   30 00
20 00       76. Nicol Street   200 00
35S 05        78. Ninth Street   50 00
250 00       89. Pine Street  352 52
206 50       95. Robins Street  74 50
350 00       96. Renfrew Street   25 00
144 00     104. Sixth Street   50 00
177 90     105. Seventh Street  75 00
172 00     107. Short Street  30 00
25 00     109. Strickland Street   133 50
25 00     110. Second Street  206 95
150 00     111. Shaft Street  76 75
75 00     114. Third Street  85 00
928 21     Plant and tools  1,665 54
1,643 02 Supervision—
174 50         Assistant District Engineer  2,153 00
100 00         Office   387 12
50 00        Auto ,  595 22
462 60 	
25 00 Total  $ 15,012 10
100 00 16 Geo. 5
Statement of Expenditure.
Q 67
Nelson District.
Road Reg. No.
1. Bealby 	
3. Mountain	
5. Silver King	
Street Reg. No.
2. Fairview streets
4. Rosemont streets
49
50
221
85
5S6
66
88
12
493
05
Street Reg. No.
6. South Nelson streets 	
Plant and tools	
Supervision— General Foreman
400 00
918 43
190 00
Total  $    2,947 61
Road Reg. No.
1. D.L. 172 .
New Westminster District.
127 00
North Okanagan District.
Road Reg. No.
2. Albers    $
4. Bella Vista 	
5. Ashton-Cooke   	
8. Bass 	
16. Bobbie Burns	
17a. Vernon-Salmon  Arm  Trunk
(Spallumcheen Municipality)
18a. City of Enderby 	
19. Brickyard Gulch 	
20a. City of Armstrong 	
21. Brash-Allen 	
25. Byers 	
29. Coell-Jones 	
30. Commonage   	
30b. Monashee (Goldstream Municipality)   	
31. Creighton Valley	
31b. Vernon-Kamloops (Spallumcheen Municipality)  	
32b. Armstrong-Salmon Arm
(Spallumcheen Municipality)
33. Dure Meadows	
34. Deep Creek	
36. Eastside	
37. East Vernon Subdivision 	
38. Emeny 	
39. Enderby-Grindrod  	
40. Ewing's  	
42. Fortune 	
43. Martin 	
45. Gibson  	
40. Glenemma 	
47. Glenmary  	
49. Grandview Bench 	
Grindrod (east side) 	
Grindrod-West Beuch 	
54. Grindrod  (west side)  	
55. Gunter-EUison   	
56. Hadow 	
57. Herbert 	
59. Harris Creek 	
5
52.
53.
29 00
32 40
25 50
50 75
22 50
1,878 45
6 75
1,012 09
390 48
29 22
2,967 94
23 75
296 17
507 62
343 37
22 7S
432 04
103 62
048 47
54 81
459 92
4 50
1,005 24
39 00
20 52
26 50
58 00
55 50
41 48
513 55
GOO 01
25 00
17 88
24 22
14 25
253 06
10 75
Road Reg. No.
60. Headgate's   	
62. Hodges 	
63. Inch Logan	
65. Kamloops   	
66. Kedleston (east) 	
68. Kelowna  	
70. L. & A. Subdivision
71. Long Lake Drive	
72.
74.
75.
76.
78.
Loon Lake	
Mabel Lake-Enderby       2
Mabel Lake-Lumby       11
Mallory 	
Eagle Pass        1
79. Mathews  	
80. McManus	
81. Mclnnes	
84. Miller's   	
88. Monashee   	
89. Monk's 	
90. Morris-Pixton	
92. Mud Lake 	
93. Mud Lake  (east)  	
94. North Fork	
96. Okanagan Landing Bench
97. Okanagan Landing 	
99. Old Upper 	
100. Oyama Fruit Lots 	
102. Vernon-Salmon Arm 	
103. Richlands Subdivision 	
105. Riverside	
Rollings Lake	
Old Sicamous	
Fourth Avenue-Grindrod ..
112. Lakeside  	
113. Salmon River-Enderby 	
116. -Sharer 	
118. School-house	
119. Shuswap Avenue (south)....
122. Sigalet Cut-off	
124. 6-Mile	
126. Squaw Valley	
107.
110.
111.
52
218
247
887
125
,137
81
129
30
,458
240
24
,451
56
20
16
5
,798
24
25
23
238
31
9
1,097
14
307
!,415
87
536
23
45
73
260
180
27
29
40
123
35
418
88
10
00
58
50
50
59
96
15
25
44
40
03
50
25
68
50
27
75
00
50
50
25
52
67
00
32
47
50
35
50
8S
70
50
33
75
38
90
00
75 •
97 Q 68
Public Works Eeport (1925-26).
North Okanagan District—Continued.
Road Reg. No.
127. Stone Quarry 	
128. Stuckey 	
129. Sugar Lake	
130. Trinity Valley 	
131. Thornton 	
138. Westside  .	
139. Whitevale Subdivision	
140. Woods Lake Subdivision	
142. Baker-Hogg 	
143. Deep Creek-Salmon .Arm Cut
off   	
140. Wolfgang	
147. Pyott  	
169 15
161
75
206
23
1,227
94
52
57
959
32
29
50
635
78
11
49
22
50
280
95
45
95
Road Reg. No.
148. Smedix 	
Street Reg. No.
73. Lumby Village streets 	
Trail Reg. No.
301. Loon Lake 	
Plant and tools	
Supervision—
Assistant District Engineer
Office 	
Auto	
59 25
598 86
16 00
3,778 37
2,563 95
2,529 GO
478 68
Total  $ 55,234 20
North Vancouver District.
Road Reg. No.
Road Reg. No.
1. Bowen Island Trunk 	
_.._$       495 75
10. Scarborough  	
2. Carter	
51 78
21. New Brighton-West Bay Trail
3. Cowan 	
149 00
22. New Brighton-Grace Harbour
4. Dorman 	
35 50
Supervision—
5. Eagle Cliff           	
5 25
Assistant District Engineer	
6. Grafton  	
384 25
Office 	
7. Langlois	
325 75
8. Magee   	
84 00
Total 	
9. Miller 	
70 25
8 00
185 00
99 44
393 69
214 90
$   2,502 56
Omineca District.
Road Reg. No.
4. Bearhead	
5. Becker 	
9. Bickle's-McDonald's Landing..
10. Blackwater-Stony Creek 	
11. Bobtail-Upper Mud 	
12. Braeside  	
16. Campbell 	
17. Campbell-Hulatt 	
20. Cluculz Lake	
21. Colleymount 	
24. Crescent Lake 	
25. Eakin Settlement 	
26. Encombe 	
27. Endako-Francois Lake 	
29. Engen (north) 	
Fort George-Hazelton 	
Fenmore-Webber Lake 	
Forestdale Station 	
36. Fort Fraser Settlement 	
37. Fort Fraser-Stella 	
Fort Fraser-Rorison 	
Fort George-Hazelton 	
42. Fraser Lake-Francois 	
44. Fort Fraser-Dog Creek	
Greerer Valley	
Hargreaves 	
30.
31.
35.
38.
39.
47.
51.
450 00
280 22
177 56
796 29
76 25
597 49
275 00
750 00
103 87
800 00
700 00
142 25
246 84
720 37
241 71
151 50
1,330 13
150 00
200 00
1,042 12
351 70
8,024 11
1,500 00
385 37
559 57
131 87
Road Reg. No.
52. Ilamre  Settlement   $ 524 90
Hulatt  (south)    231 25
Jones    899 75
Keefe's Landing-Ootsa   5,292 00
61. Greenhalgh   150 00
63. Larson   50 37
Mapes   900 00
McDonald's Landing   131 93
McLeland    141 37
Nithi River  587 21
North Francois Lake  1,163 19
81. Nuley Lake-Corkscrew Creek.. 284 26
84. Ootsa Lake (east)   147 83
Ormonde Lake   829 72
Palling-Decker Lake   500 00
Pleasant Valley-Francois Lake 1,000 00
Poole-Fraser Lake   399 87
Quick Station  1,503 83
100. Round Lake (east)    145 50
101. Round Lake (north)   300 00
104. Schaefer    457 75
110. Sowchea     450 00
112. Stuart Lake-Douglas Lodge ....  . 994 02
119. Toplet Settlement  98 80
123. Vanderhoof-Noonla     421 05
124. Vanderhoof-Stuart Lake   8,095 79
oo.
58.
59.
65.
71.
75.
79.
80.
86.
89.
90.
92.
95. 16
Geo. 5                                Statement op
Expenditure.
Q 69
Ro__
126.
127
128.
134.
200.
214.
Pla
Can
Roa
3.
5.
16.
17.
18.
23.
24.
25.
31.
32.
36.
140.
141.
Stri
38.
142.
Roa
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
10.
11.
12.
13.
17.
18.
20.
21.
23.
25.
26.
27.
28.
30.
31.
d Reg. No.
Vanderhoof-Sturgeon Point
Vanderhoof  (west)   	
Omineca Distri
.... $      221 00
550 00
ct—Continued.
Material  	
Stables   	
Supervision—
Assistant District Engineer
General Foreman	
Office 	
Auto   	
Total 	
rt District.
Trail Reg. No.
15. Oona River 	
108. Ikeda-Jedway 	
121. Kundis Island 	
127. Smith Island 	
128. Salt Lakes 	
134. Yakoun River	
    Goose Bay	
$    1,343 34
4,170 71
and
5,416 55
2,543 4S
2,467 54
Vanderhoof-Sackner   	
500 26
West End of Francois-Ootsa
Burns Lake-Babine Trail
Topley-Babine 	
it and tools
1,498 54
110 74
351 62
3,388 05
ip equipment	
952 41
$ 69,401 S5
$      241 36
75 00
100 00
567 56
982 15
210 60
            30 00
d Reg. No.
Cow Bay Crossing 	
Prince Rupe
... $    2,254 88
Delkatla-Crown Point	
Old Masset-New Masset	
872 42
124 00
575 67
4,581 54
127 50
2,366 23
845 14
1,973 43
180 00
442 Gl
•e         112 50
508 09
90 00
482 85
285 87
Revelstoke
$ ■     28 50
2 00
2,711 60
25 00
694 13
1,025 14
392 05
112 63
3,327 41
1S9 19
570 75
39 25
1,373 82
541 55
100 88
25 00
194 91
32 50
■    13 50
461 06
Port Clements-Meyer Lake .
Port Clements-Tlell 	
Sandspit-Copper Bav	
Skidegate-Tlell 	
Skidegate-Queen City 	
Plant and tools	
Camp equipment	
3,608 26
            33 36
Masset-Tow Hill 	
West Settlement 	
Material 	
1,025 S6
Takoun Point-Tow Hill
Port Clements-Graham Cent
Hollanders  Settlement 	
Tow Hill-East Coast
Supervision—
Assistant District Engineer
Office  _	
Total 	
3,689 84
130 45
:et Reg. No.
Port Simpson streets 	
 $ 26,495 17
District.
Road Reg. No.
34. Hall's Landing   (south)
37. Holten's   	
  $      102 00
Queen Charlotte streets 	
d Reg. No.
Arrow Lake 	
Austrian School-house	
78 37
Austrian Settlement	
3S. Husted 	
45. Levesque 	
49. Malakwa-Erikson 	
50. Malakwa-Johnson-Ross
52. Malakwa—Sederberg
25 00
46 30
23 60
128 00
36 00
Austrian Cemetery 	
Beaton-Camborne 	
Beaton-Trout Lake 	
Begbie  	
•
Bell Townsite 	
Big Bend 	
Craigellachie-Malakwa  	
Deepwater Landing 	
53. Malakwa-Somerville 	
54. Malakwa-Tredgett 	
55. Malakwa-Venn  	
258 45
34 88
30 00
58. Mazierek 	
59. Michaluk 	
62. Montana Slough 	
67. Nichol   	
               5 25
186 75
51 56
          272 13
Edwards  	
Fish River 	
Fourth Street Subdivision
Galena Bay Logging	
67a. Norberg's   	
350 25
Galena Bay-Olson 	
Galena   Bay    (south)    and
branches 	
Galena Bay Wharf	
Girling's   	
70. Power-house 	
71. Revelstoke-Arrowhead
72. Revelstoke (east) 	
73. Revelstoke  (south)   	
74. Revelstoke (west)  	
76. Samnelson         	
206 54
2,883 77
1,117 10
206 70
6,981 02
            45 01
Golf Links and branches Q 70
Public Works Report (1925-26),
Revelstoke District—Continued.
Road Reg. No.
77. Sicamous-Mara .....
78. Sidmouth-iSprpat  .
79. Siltas	
80. Ski Jump 	
81. Solsqua-Bowie   	
84. Wagner Point 	
88. Beaton Meadows ....
92. Petroszewski's 	
Street Reg. No.
3. Arrowhead streets
Trail Reg. No.
102. Beatrice	
104. Big Bend Main 	
107. Carnes Creek 	
105. Downie Creek 	
109. Dunvegan  	
114. Halcyon	
115. Halfway Creek 	
168 20
3S2 13
229 43
28S 61
66 50
64 26
32 50
109 75
240 50
37 50
,004 34
SO 00
4S 75
80 00
16 00
48 00
Trail Reg. No.
117. Keystone Creek
122. Mastadon    ,
125. Oyster and Eva
120. Pool Creek 	
128. Rosebery 	
131. Silver Creek 	
137. Camp Creek 	
138. Laforme   	
riant and tools	
Camp equipment 	
Supervision—
General Foreman ...
Office 	
Auto   	
$  175
00
5
00
22
50
681
99
12
00
52
00
423
64
44
00
3,631
20
47
80
2,335
55
1,647
21
1,895.
52
Total  $ 38,S39 43
Richmond-Point Grey District.
Road Reg. No.
5. Marpole-Woodward Landing.... $ 109 22
9. No. 3 Road   165 73
20b. Marine Drive (secondary)  0,303 08
    Deaf and Dumb School   26 25
Street Reg. No.
2. Imperial Street   912 89
16b. Granville Street (secondary) 3,536 40
49b. Hudson Street (secondary).... 163 20
Plant and tools 	
Material 	
Supervision—
General Foreman
Office 	
Auto	
$
1,230 33
75 00
2,013 67
1,010 30
823 87
Total  $ 34,430 34
Road Reg. No.
2. Big Sheep Creek 	
4. Castlegar-Trail 	
6. Columbia-Kootenay
7. Deschamps (north)  ,
8. Drake 	
9. Duncan  	
10. Jones  	
11. Merry 	
14. Rossland-Cascade ....
15. Rossland-Deer Park
16. Rossland-Paterson ..
17. Stony Creek (upper)
18. Stony Creek (lower)
19. Sullivan	
22. Trail-Fort Sheppard
Rossland-Trail District.
Road Reg. No.
$      200 00 23. Trail-Rossland    $ 2,601 00
4,60S 20 24. Trail-Rossland  (old)     75 00
75 00 25. Violin Lake   303 00
269 99 26. Warfleld  70 00
81 24 Trail Reg. No.
50 00 37. Murphy Creek   55 75
50 00 39. Sheep Creek   62 00
50 00 40. Sullivan Creek   33 25
6,300 50         Molly Creek   7 00
150 00 Plant and tools  673 50
1,797 25 Camp equipment   33 75
10O 00 Supervision—General Foreman   380 00
50 00 	
50 00 Total  $ 18,251 43
125 00
Road Reg. No.
1. Observatory 	
2. Scott	
3. Ross-Durrance
Saanich District.
Road Reg. No.
226 27         4. Burnside   $ 942 95
226 27         5. Helmcken     323 00
347 75        Gorge  (primary)     2,276 07 16 Geo. 5
Statement of Expenditure.
Q 71
Road Reg. No.
    Saanich  and  Quadra   (secondary)     $    1,0S0 00
Street Reg. No.
 High  106 50
Saanich District—Continued.
Material  	
. $      239 84
Total  $   5,768 65
Salmon Arm District.
Road Reg. No.
1. Albas  : i
2. Adams Lake and branches	
4. Anglemont (east) 	
6. Armstrong-Silver Creek 	
8. Bolean Creek 	
9. Blind Bay-Eagle Bay 	
10. Blind Bay-Carlin 	
12. Buse Meadows-Robins Range
13. Campbell Creek 	
14. Campbell Meadows	
15. Carlin Gulch 	
16. Chase Creek 	
17. Cedar Hill and branches	
18. Chase Town 	
19. Chase-Skimikin-Salmon Arm..
20. Chum Creek and branches 	
21. China Valley 	
23. Celista 	
24. Douglas Lake-Grande Prairie
25. Ducks Station-Disdero 	
26. Duces Range 	
28. Fowler-Millett 	
29. Falkland  Vicinity   _	
31. Grande Prairie 	
33. Glenemma-Armstrong 	
36. Harper Valley District 	
39. Kamloops-jSalmo-i Arm 	
40. Kamloops-Vernon 	
41. Kamloops-Shuswap   	
42. Ingram Creek 	
45. Mitchell-Moore  	
47. Martin Prairie and branches....
48. Meadow Creek	
49. Magna Bay	
Road Reg. No.
1. Allison-Copper Mountain ....:...!
2. Armstrong-Chopaka	
8. Beaver Lake	
10. Copper Mountain 	
11. Cedar Creek 	
13. Cross Road, 1-Mile to 5-Mile....
14. China Creek	
3.4a. Fairview-'Summerland
(primary)   	
15. Darcv Mountain 	
50 00
300 00
160 00
47 67
250 00
600 00
350 00
100 00
199 87
224 31
50 00
269 50
225 00
552 93
499 29
600 00
150 00
624 50
250 00
" 10S 70
250 00
811 64
300 00
388 53
187 00
199 52
3,119 73
1,497 72
200 00
149 62
450 00
450 00
250 00
100 00
Bay    and
Road Reg. No.
50. Morgan's	
53. Notch    Hill-Blind
branches 	
54. Notch Hill-Carlin-Tappen
■   55. Notch Hill Vicinity 	
5G. Notch Hill-Davis	
57. Okley Valley	
59. Paxton Valley 	
60. Paul Lake-Pritchard 	
61. Pinantan District 	
64. Pillar Lake 	
65. Robins Range	
67. Salmon Arm-Enderby  ,
69. Salmon Ann Municipality
70. Salmon River 	
71. Sicamous-Vernon   ,
72. Squilax-Anglemont   	
73. Sorrento-Blind Bay 	
75. Seymour Arm 	
77. Scotch Creek 	
Shuswap-Chase Creek	
Squilax-Turtle Valley	
Tappen-White Lake	
Tappen-Mobley-Brown ....
Plant and tools	
Camp equipment 	
Material 	
Supervision—
General Foreman _.
Office 	
Auto   	
. $       100 00
It
79.
80.
SI.
450 00
549 17
549 06
100 00
300 00
300 00
250 00
498 50
34S 01
264 21
30 30
600 00
748 24
233 SO
799 87
395 62
350 00
399 55
50 00
324 93
434 85
549 S3
420 81
S3 90
763 64
2,683 04
1,043 27
457 12
Total  $ 27,803 85
Similkameen District.
7 00
50 00
7 50
757 55
21 00
219 86
95 75
23 93
82 10
Road Reg. No.
17. Dog Lake 	
IS. Deer Valley 	
20. Penticton-Oliver 	
21. Fairview-Camp McKinney
22. Fairview-Cawston   	
23. Fairview roads 	
24. Farleigh   	
20. Fairview-White Lake 	
29. 5-Mile-Princeton 	
12 00
136 00
2,758 06
209 50
50 50
247 00
15 00
352 00
338 98 Q 72
Public Works Eeport  (1925-26).
Similkameen District—Continued.
43.
44.
45.
Road Reg. No.
29b. Penticton-Naramata    (secondary  ',
33. Granite Creek 	
35. Hedley-Princeton 	
37. Dalby Meadows	
38. Kaleden-Okanagan Falls 	
39. Kaleden Townsite	
40. White Lake 	
43. Keremeos-Hedley 	
42. Kruger Mountain 	
Keremeos Station 	
Granite Creek-Blakeburn 	
Myers Flat-Okanagan Falls ..
47. Marron Valley 	
48. Hedley Streets Road 	
51. McLean Creek 	
52. Richter Pass	
53. 1-Mile-Princeton 	
54. Osoyoos-Sidley Mountain	
56. Pearce  	
57. Princeton-Pump Station	
58. Princeton-East Similkameen ..
59. Hope-Princeton 	
60. Penticton-Keremeos 	
63. Princeton-Otter Lake 	
67. Cawston	
70. Richter	
72. South Similkameen 	
Road Reg. No.
73. Penticton-Summerland   $       6S6 10
527 44       74. Penticton Creek  49 88
127 50       75. Similkameen City-Burr  . 82 00
2,416 00       78. Summers Creek   101 25
49 00       79. South Keremeos   122 00
330 67       80. Shingle Creek   012 25
150 00        SO. Oliver-Osoyoos     699 83
550 00       87. Tulameen-Summit City  390 95
1,327 48 93. S. Okanagan Irrigation Project 250 Go
209 25       95. Letts Sawmill   241 00
570 50       90. Sidley^Camp McKinney   250 00
470 00      97. Sidley Mountain   385 55
255 56 Street Reg. No.
521 00       30. Coalmont streets   730 00
24 50       66. Keremeos streets   753 00
60 00      08. Princeton  699 12
399 50 Trail Reg. No.
404 30     206. Camp Rest-Nickel Plate  60 00
1,382 00     214. Hope  70 00
21 00     Plant and tools  5,047 73
66 25     Camp equipment  192 88
15 50     Material   29 77
100 00 Supervision—
2,977 25         General Foreman  2,480 50
2,977 98         Office   1,325 45
693 25         Auto    408 18
90 75 .                                                 	
969 50 Total  $ 38,613 94
Road Reg. No.
1. Aldermere and Pleasant Valley $
2. Adams Settlement	
6. Ardagh   	
7. Breckenbridge-Copper City ....
9. Braun's Island	
10. Bedore 	
13. Cronin 	
14. Chicken Lake (east side) 	
15. Copper City-Kitimat 	
10. Corlette 	
17. Cedarvale-Kitwanga  	
19. Canyon Creek  (lower)  	
23. Driftwood Creek 	
25. Evelyn Station	
29. Graham 	
30. Glenn Meadow-Salmon Creek..
32. Hazleton-Aldermere	
33. Hazleton-Skeena Crossing 	
34. Heal-Norris 	
35. Hudson Bay Mountain 	
36. Hunter Basin	
37. Hynes Settlement 	
Skeena District.
Road Reg. No.
250 00       39. Johnston   $        11 50
25 00       40. Kitwanga Wagon   652 72
50 00       42. Kitimat   444 37
490 38       43. Kitsumgallum     5,559 00
83 00       44. Kitsumgallum-Terrace   41 00
11 25       45. Keith's   18 75
131 50       47. Kerr Settlement   100 00
22 50       48. Kispiox-Swann   250 00
547 95       49. Kispiox Valley  G75 G2
312 15       54. McPherson    91 70
3G8 87       56. Meanskinisht-Kitwanga   507 68
499 37       58. Maney Settlement  25 00
200 00       59. McDonald   25 00
100 00       00. McLure Lake Cut-offi   100 00
11 25       62. New Hazelton High Level   220 62
250 00       63. New Hazelton' Station  22 50
3,519 66       64. Nine-mile Mountain   165 66
5S3 99       66. Poplar Park   102 50
25 00       67. Phillips Creek   150 00
1,264 56       69. Rocher Deboule  26 25
46 00       70. Rosenthal    25 00
309 37 71. South Hazelton-New Hazelton 200 00 16 Geo. 5
Statement of Expenditure.
Q 73
Skeena District—Continued.
Road Reg. No.
77. Smithers-Telkwa    !
79. Terrace Ferry 	
82. Telkwa-Howson Creek 	
83. Telkwa River (north side)  ....
85. Terrace Bridge	
86. Usk-Vanarsdol	
89. West Side of Kitsumgallum ....
90. W. side of Bulkley—Smithers-
Telkwa 	
91. W.   side   of   Bulkley—Morice-
town-Smithers 	
92. West side of Skeena (north)..
93. West side of Skeena (south)..
95. Zimacord	
96. C.N.R. Station (Usk)  	
97. Beach Road to Lake Kathlyn
Street Reg. No.
65. Dominion Street (Hazelton)....
300. Port Essington streets 	
302. Terrace streets	
303. Smithers streets 	
Trail Reg. No.
205. Copper River 	
206. Cedar River 	
208. Chimdemash  Creek  	
209. Chicken Lake	
213. Driftwood Basin	
953 62
25 00
750 00
400 00
175 00
292 74
25 00
4,663
05
250 00
250
00
50 00
711
47
325
00
664 OS
461
00
300 00
333
00
296
75
38
75
50 00
100 00
100 00
227.
232.
257 17     245.
Trail Reg. No.
214. Douglas Creek 	
217. Empire Group 	
219. Gold Creek 	
220. Groundhog Mountain 	
Kitwanga-Kitsequekla   ..
Legate Creek 	
236. Manson Creek 	
237. Main Fork of Telkwa ....
St. Croix Creek 	
249. Thornhill Mountain 	
252. Williams Creek 	
253. Kitwanga-Woodcock  	
254. Terrace-Kitimat 	
261. Mink Creek	
Port Essington Sea-wall	
Plant and tools	
Camp equipment 	
Materials 	
Stable 	
Garage 	
Supervision—
Assistant District Engineer
Office 	
Auto	
25 00
22 50
86 25
498 35
100 00
10O 00
500 00
50 00
250 00
50 00
50 00
350 00
147 00
45 00
,255 33
,778 99
117 77
,442 01
,365 27
192 18
,133 50
,060 06
346 23
Total  $ 49,941 76
Road Reg. No.
1. Arawana and Branches-Nara-
mata 	
2. Bulman Subdivision 	
3. Belgo Subdivision (north) 	
4. Belgo Subdivision (south) 	
5. Bear Creek 	
6. Bathville 	
7. Benvoulin 	
8. Experimental Farm 	
9. Glenmore Valley 	
10. Gellatly-Lake Shore 	
11. Glenrosa Main	
12. Glenrosa Subdivision 	
13. Hydraulic Creek 	
15. Joe Rich District 	
15a. Summerland Municipality
(primary)   	
16. Kelowna-Vernon North Section
16a. Peachland Municipality
(primary)   	
17. Kelowna-Vernon South section
18. K.L.O. Main 	
19. K.L.O. Subdivision 	
South Okanagan District.
Road Reg. No.
20. Lewis-Bailey   $ 189 50
$        17 00       21. Lake   Shore   (Okanagan  Mis-
90 00                   sion)     543 00
396 00       23. McDonald Creek   35 50
572 50       24. Meadow Valley and branches.. 64 25
122 00       25. North Naramata   296 00
30 19       26. Naramata Village  488 50
532 50       27. Naramata Subdivision  885 75
8 00       28. Ooela    14 50
235 60       29. Okanagan Centre Subdivision.. 651 55
4 50       31. Peachland-Princeton   87 50
124 00       32. Penticton-Summerland   937 82
220 25       33. Penticton-Naramata     483 75
8 50       34. Rutland Subdivision  1,164 35
S23 25      36. Scottie Creek   166 90
37. S.K.L. Subdivision  525 80
950 05       38. South Okanagan and branches 745 75
1,543 50       39. Spiers  661 50
40. Summerland-Peachland    1,017 91
941 44       42. Shingle Creek and branches .... 45 50
3,243 IS       44. Trout Creek-Bald Range   175 00
1,281 50       46. West Side   90 50
575 50       47. Westbank Subdivision  597 OS Q 74
Public Works Report (1925-26).
South Okanagan District—Continued.
Road Reg. No.
48. Westbank Ferry 	
49. Woods Lake Bottom
    Roads, general 	
Street Reg. No.
35. Richter Street 	
Plant and tools	
1,370 29
306 50
1,795 91
52 50
9,275 66
Material  	
Supervision—
General Foreman
Office 	
Auto   	
$    1,338
43
2,473
35
1,553
81
679
86
Total  $ 40,439 68
South Vancouver District.
Road Reg. No.
Supervision—
7a. Kingsway (primary) 	
..$
2,393 54
Assistant District Engineer ...
 $        24 50
21b. Marine Drive  (secondary)..
105 26
Office 	
89 85
Street Reg. No.
83 35
47b. Fraser Street (secondary) ..
72 50
Material 	
36 25
Total 	
.... $    2,805 25
Yale District (Merritt Section).
Road Reg. No.
20.
22.
23.
28.
30.
31.
Chaumox  $ 739 75
Lytton-Lillooet   2,482 66
Lytton Town  1S2 00
25. Botanie Creek   647 01
26. Winch     177 66
George's  40 00
Spences Bridge-Ashcroft   1,953 18
Murray Creek   40 00
32. Venables Valley  120 00
33. Salt Spur   20 00
34. Upper Venables   120 00
35. Upper Hat Creek   668 96
36. Cariboo    1,428 72
37. Harper Mill   94 50
38. Ashcroft Town   199 19
39. Benjamin  124 00
40. Highland Valley   432 50
Barnes Lake  235 75
Cache Creek-Savona   913 11
43. Back Valley   87 00
44. Merritt-Spences Bridge  3,864 77
45. Lindley Creek   198 75
46. Lindley Creek-Shulas   178 75
48. Aberdeen Mine  46 50
49. Sunshine Valley   40 75
50. Woodward's   105 25
51. Petit Creek  201 25
52. Cumming's    37 50
Davidson   27 00
Mamette Lake   848 56
Coutlee Mountain   30 00
  80 00
41.
42.
53.
55.
50.
57. 8-Mile
Road Reg. No.
58. Rey Lake	
59. Leese  	
00. Colletville  	
Gl. Merritt City 	
62. Midday Valley	
63. Kamloops-Merritt   	
64. Mill Creek 	
66. Princeton Cut-off 	
68. Grande Prairie 	
69. Lauder-Hawkins   	
70. Merritt-Princeton-1-Mile
71. Coldwater	
72. Iron Mountain	
73. Kane Valley  ,
75. Bates 	
76. Aspen Grove-Princeton ...
78. Voght Valley	
79. Pike Mountain	
80. 5-Mile	
81. Summers Creek	
Plant and tools	
Camp equipment 	
Material 	
Stable : ,
Government Warehouse	
Supervision—
Assistant District Engineer .
Office 	
Auto   	
50
25
258
190
223
2,804
78
133
905
73
2,757
652
90
74
56
989
52
199
40
95
4,459
285
1,532
1,261
1,443
2,850
1,290
2,126
00
00
00
00
25
G2
62
33
23
25
39
22
00
50
50
41
00
50
00
73
83
79
33
51
73
02
07
82
Total  $ 41,364 OS 16 Geo. 5
Statement of Expenditure.
Q 75
Yale District (New Westminster Section).
Road Reg. No.
1. Harrison Hot Springs 	
2. Harrison Hot Springs 	
4. Harrison Hot Springs Town-
site 	
6. Hope-Rosedale   	
13. Hope Townsite  .-.
34. Main	
35. Yale	
16. Othello 	
680 40
409 90
25 30
2,48S 46
459 25
140 75
750 38
207 25
Road Reg. No.
18. Kawkawa   	
19. Nicholson   	
S3. West side of Harrison Bay
Trail Reg. No.
82. Princeton   	
Supervision—Office 	
Total
50 00
80 50
253 78
446 25
6 51
5,998 73
Summary.
Merritt Section  $41,364 08
New Westminster Section       5,998 73
Total   $47,362 81
Bridge No.
1. Townsite  $
2. Bay Road 	
5. Millstream  	
8. Vipond 	
10. Morgan Creek 	
11. Island Highway 	
12. Island Highway 	
15. Thompson 	
20. Englishman's River 	
21. Gaetzen 	
22. Morning Star 	
23. French Creek 	
24. Beach Road 	
30. Grandon Slough (west) 	
31. Little Qualicum 	
32. Crump's Gulch	
33. Burnt Gulch 	
34. Blair Athol	
36. Bridge over Big Qualicum River
38. Chester Road (north) 	
38a. Chester Road (south) 	
40. Overflow (Errington, No. 1)....
41. Canyon   	
44. Errington  	
49. Hemlock  	
52. Whisky  	
53. Lockwood Creek 	
54. Pipe-line Creek 	
55. Rock  Bluff   (east)    (Coombs,
No. 6) 	
56. Coombs, No. 7 	
58. Cameron  (east)  	
61. Sinnot's 	
Bridges.
Alberni District.
Bridge No.
191 24       63. Buller    $ SI 70
13 00       04. Kiaori    4 00
5 75       65. Chatsworth   4 00
30 00       66. Marple's     2 50
69 95       68. Paris     9 00
395 09       73. Niagara Creek  42 25
383 51       78. Hill's    428 75
29 47       79. McKenzie     476 92
20 00       80. Trueman's     524 30
46 00       02. Roger Creek   1,610 7S
12 00      93. Kitsuksus Creek   565 30
18 66       94. Clark's   3 00
91 96        95. River Bend   803 49
24 00       9S. Sproat Falls    80 91
69 62       99. Central Lake Road  790 22
4 00     101. Foster    7 75
25 00     102. Wise   1 50
17 75     116. Moore's    18 00
144 75     123. Best Road  181 91
329 15     123. Third Avenue  1,184 72
488 39     126. Grandview    82 57
56 25     145. Lost Shoe Creek   5 00
145 61     146. Sand Hill Creek   5 00
38 00     149. Sandfords  .'.  5 00
44 50     150. Tofino, No. 1  5 00
3 75     151. Tofino, No. 2   5 00
192 15     152. Tofino, No. 3   5 00
221 16     154. Tofino     6 00
193. Spruce River   188 41
3 50     200. Sharps Creek   955 77
342 57     212. Slough   44 00
9 50     216. War   5 00
79S 97     219. Slide   14 00 Q 76
Public Works Report (1923-26).
Alberni District, Bridges—Continued.
Bridge No.
224. Teal   	
229. Millington Trail
243. Jensen's 	
263. Russell 	
2 00
347 12
236 24
48 00
Bridge No.
302. Thornton 	
Bridges generally .
1 50
4 00
Total  $ 13,056 86
Bridge No.
26. Mc-Kee Creek  !
60. Little Delorie	
02. Nahlin 	
69. Tahlton 	
72. Tooya 	
81. Bear River	
90. Stewart-Hyder, No. 1 	
91. Stewart-Hyder, No. 2 	
95. Cranberry Creek 	
97. Marmot River (North Fork)..
101. Illiance, No. 1 	
102. Kitsault Suspension	
105. Bear-Nass, No. 5 	
110. Fletcher Creek, No. 1 	
120. Alice Arm Suspension 	
129. Glacier Creek 	
134. Kitsault  Homestake  	
137. Bridge (no name)  	
138. Silver Lake	
140. Surprise Creek 	
143. Alice Arm Shore Road, No. 4..
146. Kitsault-East Creek 	
147. Kitsault-Vanguard 	
152. Alice Arm Shore Road, No. 2..
153. Alice Arm Shore Road, No. 3..
154. Paul Claduc 	
Atlin District.
Bridge No.
500 00     150. Granite Creek 	
389 00     160. Glacier Creek North Road 	
20 00     161. Glacier Creek North Road 	
361 30     1G2. Glacier Creek North Road 	
989 50     163. Glacier Creek North Road 	
9,606 76     364. Glacier Creek North Road 	
375 00     165. Sea River 	
695 00     166. Gitsan Creek 	
400 00     168. Aiyansh-Terrace, No. 1 	
235 OO     109. Aiyansh-Terrace, No. 2	
500 00     170. Aiyansh-Terrace, No. 3	
348 45 171. Grease Harbour-Cranberry Rd.
395 25 172. Grease Harbour-Cranberry Rd.
294 60 173. Grease Harbour-Cranberry Er.
2,789 60 174. Grease Harbour-Cranberry Rd.
300 00 175. Grease Harbour-Cranberry Rd.
200 00 176. Grease Harbour-Cranberry Rd.
47 50 177. Grease Harbour-Cranberry Rd.
590 00 178. Grease Harbour-Cranberry Rd.
999 24 179. Grease Harbour-Cranberry Rd.
496 95 ISO. Grease Harbour-Cranberry Rd.
48 00     184. Georgia River, No. 1 	
299 00     185. Georgia River, No. 2 	
96 50 Snow clearing, bridges generally ....
299 95
20 00
52 75
300 00
490 00
250 00
355 59
250 00
52 OO
481 00
346 80
346 SO
301 00
274 OS
200 00
192 00
20O 00
275 00
275 00
275 00
225 00
225 00
183 34
105 00
67 50
774 75
Total  $ 27,800 11
Bridge No.
3,   4. Hastings-Barnet bridges
10,11. Hastings-Barnet bridges
Total
Burnaby District.
. $    2,539 50
1,607 65
. $   4,147 21
Bridge No.
8. Australian Creek
12. Baker Creek	
13. Bear River 	
16. Blackwater 	
17. Beaver Lake 	
19. Halfway  	
22. Blanche Creek 	
23. Blue Stone Creek
26. Hogodone  	
27. Bouchie Creek 	
Cariboo District.
Bridge No.
14 50       31. Canyon  Creek   $ 187 44
100 00       35. Cottonwood, No. 1   5,579 75
36 00       30. Cottonwood  325 97
40 00      39. Copelands   480 00
5 50       50. Chilcotin Suspension   221 90
137 50       69. 4-Mile Creek, No. 1   199 06
148 00       70. 4-Mile Creek, No. 2  200 00
18 00       71. 4-Mile Creek, No. 3   250 00
224 49       72. Healey   41 65
60 00       74. Hanceville  1,102 68 1
16 Geo. 5
Statement of Expenditure.
Q 77
Cariboo District, Bridges—Continued.
Bridge No.
75. Fraser Creek  $ 50 00
79. Gridiron     13 00
82. Hixon Creek  107 00
85. Horsefly     4G0 67
90. Keithley     430 42
97. Quesnel    604 47
98. South Fork, Quesnel River .... 10 37
102.  Saunders   G49 00
110. Syers    1,351 69
120. Udy   25 0O
133. Little Cottonwood  270 00
139. Allcock  87 64
140. Chubb    _  165 36
141. Likely     10S 87
142. Nazko     2,729 39
143. Moffat's   149 50
179. Woodjam   75 45
189. Cremin Creek  75 00
192. Snowshoe, No. 2   95 00
211. Boyd's    200 87
248.
252.
324.
33S.
362.
367.
Bridge No.
244. Stack Valley 	
245. Fish Lake 	
246. South Fork, Riske Creek
247. Sawmill Creek	
Mud River 	
Big Valley Creek	
253. Seeley   	
301. rt\lkali 	
309. Crooked Lake	
Gaspard Creek	
Vedau   	
Lone Butte	
Jean 	
368. Railroad Creek 	
369. Battle Creek	
370. Trout 	
371. White Lake Creek 	
Material 	
$  125 00
124
50
200 00
199
90
150
00
110
00
25
00
17
45
19
00
864
10
44
99
99
50
75
00
155
00
50 00
225
30
15
00
247
50
Total  $ 19,778 38
Bridge No.
   Vedder Canal
4. Deep Creek ....
Chilliwack District.
Bridge No.
145 27      20. Vedder River
448 68
44 00
Total  $      637 95
Columbia District.
Bridge No.
4. Kicking Horse River ....
5. Horse Creek 	
10. Canyon Creek ,
40. Kootenay   	
46. Toby Creek	
48. Boulder Creek	
53. Horsethief    ,
55. Forster's 	
56. Francis   	
63. Bugaboo	
64. Spillimacheen   	
67. Spillimacheen   (swing)
68. Athalmer  (swing)   	
69. Bott's 	
71. Wilmer (pontoon)  	
73. Blaeberry (upper) 	
36 0O
15 00
37 05
13 50
95 45
197 87
133 50
30 25
4,457 87
340 50
6,724 38
67 50
161 89
2,696 13
275 87
33 00
Bridge No.
80. Findlay Creek ....
83. Kahnaway   	
92. Katsuk	
103. Toby High Level
106. Klahanie 	
Elbow	
Blaeberry  	
163. Moola 	
164. Mowitch   	
Brisco	
Porcupine 	
210. Leadville 	
Bridges generally	
115.
160.
165.
176.
$    7
50
74
57
89 50
147
65
74
56
24
50
109
75
451
64
32
70
124
15
84
75
4G
75
33
95
Total  $ 16,637 73
Comox District.
Bridge No.
1. Bennet 	
3. Black Creek 	
8. Bridge's Cross Road, No. 2
9. Brooklyn 	
24. China Creek 	
Bridge No.
20 25       25. Coal Creek 	
78 65       26. Cook's   	
196 81       29. Courtenay River
24 00       30. Courtenay 	
16 12       37. Curran's   	
123 00
24 00
121 80
68 75
4 50 Q 78
Public Works Eeport  (1925-26).
Brii
46.
47.
50.
57.
58.
59.
60.
62.
73.
74.
76.
77.
80.
81.
82.
83.
84.
85.
89.
90.
92.
93.
94.
97.
98.
99.
100.
101.
102.
108.
115.
124.
125.
133.
135.
138.
139.
140.
141.
142.
143.
144.
Brii
2.
4.
8.
9.
10.
3.4.
15.
15_»
17.
)GE NO.
Ford's
Comox Distric
$         10
t, Bridges
Brii
50     145.
00     140.
00     147.
25      348.
50     150.
50      152.
25     153.
00      155.
50      156.
00     157.
00     158.
50      100.
25      101.
00      163.
00     1G4.
25     165.
00     177.
00      180.
53     189.
50     195.
00     190.
10     197.
00     212.
00     216.
09 224.
90     233.
27     235.
21     238.
S9     247.
56      252.
10 253.
00     255.
00     256.
25     257.
25     258.
50     260.
00     201.
76     266.
00     207.
00     2GS.
00
00
Neivcastle
Brii
06       39.
02       21.
50       23.
30       27.
94 .     29.
25       30.
27       31.
00       32.
20       33.
—'Continued.
)GE No.
Salmon River 	
$        17 20
Foot, Tsolum River
            12
18
Salmon River, No. 8	
Salmon River, No. 9	
34 20
63 79
             24
Salmon River No. 10 	
Salmon River, Sachts Crossing
Salmon River, No. 13	
Salmon River, No. 34	
Salmon River, No. 15	
■Salmon River, No. 16	
Salmon River, No. 17	
Salmon River, Third Crossing
Salmon River, No. 19	
Salmon River, No. 20 .....
Salmon River, No. 22	
Salmon River, No. 23	
Salmon River, No. 24	
Sandhills 	
478 77
             10
659 11
Headquarters, No. 1 .
Headquarters 	
Hopkins	
Hardy Bay, No. 3
Hardy Bay, No. 4
Hardy Bay, No. 6
Hardy Bay, No. 7	
             37
             34
             45
             23
            30
            20
             24
36 85
100 06
81 00
15 00
15 00
1,067 43
10 00
Hardy Bay, No. 10
Hardy Bay, No. 11
Hardy Bay, No. 12
Hardy Bay, No. 13
Hardy Bay, No. 14
Hardy Bay, No. 15
Hardy Bay, No. 19
Jones  	
Coleman (right), No.
Coleman  (right), No
Coleman  (left)  	
             49
           175
              3
             74
           24G
           220
          394
            12
1               5
2                         7
            25
25 00
22 50
20 25
12 00
73 SO
52S 54
Stafford 	
Thames River 	
Trent River 	
Tsable River 	
Washer Creek, No. 1 	
Whaletown, No. 1 	
Gwill's	
Bird 	
Hood	
Philip       	
122 87
502 15
23 25
266 S4
580 45
Little River 	
              9
495 51
          284
117 31
           414
8 00
Ford's   	
           488
17 00
Law's 	
Bigold
            445
411
30 00
Larkin's 	
10 00
Mitchell's   	
           410
North (Rosewall Creek) 	
1,215 40
Ovster River	
Puntledge River
Puntledge River, No.
Rennison's	
            48
          149
2             78
            37
197 00
Bridge over creek, Tell's Road
Hardy Bay (king truss) 	
Hardy Bay (king truss) 	
Hardy Bay 	
308 03
339 56
467 63
Rosewall 	
2
325 01
Reece's 	
Salmon River, No. 1
Salmon River, No. 2
Salmon River, No. 3
Salmon River, No. 4
Salmon River, No. 5
Salmon River, No. 6
>ge No..
Alder Street 	
             11
            15
             12
            15
            15
            55
            56
Cowichan-
 $      557
393 99
McLeod's 	
258 25
817 42
Quadra   	
Stramberg   	
Total 	
District.
K3E NO.
Cowichan Station 	
174 95
36 62
$ 15,489 93
S          66 06
Bonsall   	
Brenton's Creek
Bush Creek, No. 1
Bush Creek, No. 2
Chemainus  	
              9
              7
            65
            50
22
Currie   	
Davis	
Diamond Crossing	
39 50
50 00
462 08
Dodd's Crossing	
Duncan Wagon 	
East Wellington, No. 1 	
East Wellington, No. 2 	
194 02
226 90
Clemclemlitz	
. Fill at First Creek
Corfield 	
            58
            85
72 62
41 00
47 10
            31 16 Geo. 5
Statement of Expenditure.
Q 79
Cowichan-
-Newcastle
District,
Bridges—Continued.
Bridge No.
Bridge No.
35. Flett's 	
 $       229
87
80.
No name 	
 $
252 88
37. Glenora  	
37
30
90.
No name 	
54 22
38. Goulding 	
44
87
104.
Victoria—Caninbell River
Road
273 54
39. Haslam Creek 	
70
55
105.
No name 	
142 46
41. Haslam Creek  (new)  	
65
74
106
Norie  	
13 29
46. Indian  	
20
50
40
36
107.
108.
310
Quamichan
Payne's  	
105 90
47. Indian Crossing	
253
4S1 61
49. Jingle Pot, No. 1 	
GS
Pimbury's 	
45 00
50. Jingle Pot, No. 2	
42
87
311.
Quamichan ....
14 49
53. Keating 	
19
75
113.
Riverside	
3S9 70
54. Kelvin Creek 	
8
210
02
75
00
72
139.
122.
124.
127.
Somenos   	
25 00
55. Koksilah Station	
St. Anne's 	
18 56
56. Koksilah  	
73
47
Swamp 	
140 54
57. Kier 	
Vye 	
4 02
58. Lewis 	
30
50
329.
Waterworks ..
25 75
63. Marshall 	
SO 49
220 00
39 50
96 01
131.
132.
133.
135.
Walker's  	
50 49
64. Manson Creek 	
Westholme  ....
216 38
68. Miller 	
Westwood's ....
29 85
69. Morrison, No. 1 	
Morden   ....".	
20 02
70. Morrison, No. 2 	
47
34
139.
Haslam Creek
(foot) 	
68 00
71. Morrison, No. 3 	
74. McCallum 	
50
72
V>
03
Total 	
 $
0,603 41
78. Nanaimo River, No. 2 	
273
98
Bridge No.
7. Abbot 	
14. Waldo   	
15. Hospital Creek ....
IS. Newgate   	
19. Wardner 	
20. Fort Steele 	
24. Westport 	
35. St. Mary Lake 	
30. Wycliffe	
37. McPhee  	
42. Wasa  	
49. Old Town 	
53. Fox	
62. Jensen 	
66. Curzon 	
67. Kingsgate  	
68. Little Moyie ,
69. Yahk   	
70. Aldridge   	
72. Swansea Lake 	
77. Westport 	
78. Westport 	
79. Westport 	
80. Westport 	
82. Kootenay Reserve
83. Kootenay Reserve
90. Glenlily 	
91. Goatfield 	
Cranbrook District.
Bridge No.
10 75 09. Kimberley   $ 188 20
94 63 100. Skookumchuck  65 00
US 19 306. Black Bear  3 SS
1,320 60 108. Alki     454 80
2,301 98 110. Jap Ranch   9 45
1,122 62 323. Perry Creek   146 34
5 50 340. Paris Creek   45 00
45 56 343. Dublin Creek   75 00
2,113 24 144. Walsh Creek   95 00
321 70 148.  Glasgow   163 15
81 41 149. Glasgow   86 59
224 64 172. Ward's Ranch   120 70
45 00 170. Ryan     49 93
10 00 204. Tochty   193 00
70 23 205. Matthew  20 00
141 21 209. Sylvester   134 19
68 22 213. St. Mary Lake Slough   20 00
50 00 217. Yahk Slough  202 50
48 00 233. East Fork   320 50
18 31 236. North Fork  860 36
5 50 240. Gold Creek   26 50
5 50 247. Cotton Creek   120 38
5 50 ,251. Linklater  672 01
5 50 271. Bird    50 00
1,521 79 275. Mission  466 30
1,397 95 281. Baines    114 00
7,073 13 282. Morrison   22S 50
61 24 283. Howard Street (foot)   65 77 Q 80
Public Works Eeport (1925-26).
Cranbrook District, Bridges—Continued.
Bridge No.
284. River Avenue 	
2S5. Kimberley 	
286. Rock Cut	
289. McLure  	
293. St. Joseph's Creek
294. Marsden Avenue ....
295. Smith 	
182 03
45 64
764 53
35 75
6 00
564 68
185 55
Bridge No.
296. Bulkot   	
297. Mark Street 	
298. Torrent  	
299. Lundeen (foot)
$
44 25
822 41
99 78
55 25
Total  $ 26,473 12
Bridge No.
14. Blair !
15a. Suspension Traffic 	
18. Carney's, Mill Road	
21. Dundee Road, No. 1	
24. Dickson 	
34. Eli 	
37. Erickson 	
40. No name 	
42. Fruitvale - Columbia   Gardens
Road, No. 1 	
50. Fruitvale Subdivision, No. 5 ..
52. Goatfield 	
53. Goat River Flats	
62. Hagan  	
66. Harrop-Procter Road, No. 1 ..
72. Hazel 	
73. Henderson 	
77. Kidd Creek	
84. Kootenay Valley 	
85. Leach 	
86. Lizard 	
92. May and Jenny, No. 1 	
94. May and Jenny, No. 3 	
95. May and Jenny, No. 4 	
97. May and Jenny, No. 6 	
99. May and Jenny, No. S 	
102. May and Jenny, No. 11 	
105. May and Jenny, No. 14 	
112. Meadows 	
113. Meadows 	
122. Nelson-Balfour Road 	
123. Nelson-Balfour Road 	
124. Nelson-Balfour Road 	
125. Nelson-Balfour Road, No. 4b
126. Nelson-Balfour Road, No.  5b
127. Nelson-Balfour  Road,  No.  6b
132. Nelson-Balfour Road, No. 11
Creston District.
Bridge No.
SO 00 133. Nelson-Balfour  Road,  No.  12 $       75 69
600 00 134. Nelson-Balfour  Road,  No.  13 57 95
129 30 135. Nelson-Balfour Road,  No.  14 61 51
38 00 147. Nelson-Castlegar Road, No. 9 297 34
120 00 148. Nelson-Castlegar Rd., No. 10b 355 76
478 50 150. Nelson-Castlegar Road, No. 12 1,128 55
22 04     156. Pass Creek, No. 18   331 12
1,712 50 163. Nelson-U.S. Boundary, No. 7.. 35 00
164. Nelson-U.S. Boundary, No. 8.. 42 00
273 77 169. Nelson-U.S. Boundary, No. 13 185 69
400 00     182. Nick's   50 00
147 00 183. Creston-Kuskanook  (north).... 100 00
1,300 00     186. Pass Creek, No. 1   10 00
12 75     187. Pass Creek, No. 2   29 00
9 00     208. Reclamation   50 00
56 87      241. Silver King Road, No. 3   50 70
140 00     242. Silver King Road, No. 4  35 00
1,509 91     243. Silver King Road, No. 5   50 00
777 25      244. .Silver King Road, No. 6   80 00
88 12     245. Silver King Road, No. 7   89 50
50 00     259. Slocan River Road, No. 1   84 70
49 00     260. Slocan River Road, No. 2  55 00
4S 00     201. Slocan River Road, No. 3   45 00
41 00     203. Stevens    50 00
39 00     264. Sullivan Creek  398 62
38 00     270. Pend d'Oreille Road, No. 4  20 00
45 00     271. Pend d'Oreille Road, No. 5  20 00
38 00     272. Pend d'Oreille Road, No. 6  20 00
80 00     273. Pend d'Oreille Road, No. 7  36 75
145 25     279. Walker     191 60
178 70     2S0. Washout   110 00
141 25     286. Ymir Mine Road, No. 1   248 75
117 66     290. Ymir Townsite   46 98
199 73     291. Ymir-Wilcox Road   27 75
72 33 	
82 00 Total  , $ 13,795 01
Go 00
Bridge No.
10. Canoe Pass $
8. Nicomekel 	
Delta
District.
Bridge No.
945
71
9. Campbell
River
5
25
5 25
Total  $      956 21 16 Geo. 5
Statement of Expenditure.
Q 81
Dewdney District, Bridges.
Bridge No.
1. Aliceville 	
7. Hoy   	
15. Scott Creek	
18. Coquitlam 	
19. Knowles	
41. Pitt River	
42. Blaney 	
43. Graham 	
44. Hampton 	
45. Marsolen 	
46. Sharpe 	
47. McKinney 	
50. Kanaka Creek ....
52. McKay 	
53. Whonnoek Creek
93. McDonald, No. 3
94. McDonald, No. 4
95. McDonald, No. 5
96. Wilson 	
97. Coquitlam River
99. Red	
Bridge No.
2. Atkins Road	
3. Atkins Road	
5. Bilston Creek	
17. Coal Creek 	
18. Deloume Road	
19. Craigflower	
33. Gelespie 	
58. Sandstone Creek 	
61. Black Creek 	
66. Millstream Lake Road
72. Munn's Road 	
73. Munn's Road 	
75. Metchosin Road 	
78. Metchosin Cross-road ....
84. Parsons 	
88. Humpback 	
91. Veitch's 	
92. Doran's 	
98. Skinner's  ,
107. East >Sooke Road 	
278 21
150 16
10 50
,131 94
40 25
354 67
2 50
2 50
295 50
119 00
10 50
15 00
50 25
,361 55
109 77
24 00
32 60
29 54
51 SS
26 50
760 39
Bridge No.
100. Silad 	
101. Donatelli 	
107. Shocke 	
108. Pump-house  	
109. Hawkins 	
110. Eagle 	
124. Catherwood   	
136. Legace 	
137. Judd 	
139. Dale 	
143. Meason   	
150. Dewdney 	
152. Quw-Aline-Nich 	
154. Nicomen ....:	
159. Siddle	
160. Morris  	
169. North Nicomen Road
170. Deroche-Alphonse 	
173. Yeoman 	
$   13
50
14
00
14
00
121
36
24
25
28
00
30 96
135
00
31
54
55
53
15
00
122 33
42 15
159
85
28
00
15
25
69
82
3
00
217
74
Total $ 10,998 49
Esquimalt District.
Bridge No.
427 25 108. East Sooke Road  $      400 00
749 70 111. East Sooke Road   99 46
301 00 112. East Sooke Road   100 00
02 50 113. Tugwell Creek   125 00
124 25 114. Skookum Gulch   450 00
3 45 115. Muir Creek  48 98
1,007 50 122. Island Highway   12 50
85 00 123. Island Highway   10 50
150 00 131. Malahat   2,155 20
392 03 134. Island Highway   20 84
166 36 157. Dallimore's   274 99
273 24 166. Dobson's    151 64
249 88 178. Wilmott's     22 75
378 35 181. McLennan's     15 94
206 63 1S2. Knight's     124 33
359 54 185. Stubbs    17 41
140 39 193. Cheewhat River   G2 79
218 85 	
483 87 Total  $    9,803 40
131 48
Bridge No.
2. Hosmer ...
4. Fernie  	
5. Morrissey
6. Elko 	
7. Phillips  ...
Fernie District.
Bridge No.
117 75 8. Elkmouth   	
459 00 9. Michel Mouth
210 01       10. Old Town 	
253 8G       11. Eddy's 	
500 00       12. Michel  	
90 65
45
50
696
13
136
67
66
48 Q 82
Public Works Eeport  (1925-26).
Fernie District, Bridges—Continued.
Bridge No.
13. Loop	
17. Newgate Slough 	
33. Bull River Wagon 	
49. Coal Creek 	
55. Fairy Creek 	
57. Unnamed	
58. Elk Lodge Channel	
60. Little Fairy Creek 	
61. Tipple 	
69. Big Sand Creek	
72. Ranger	
74. Elkmouth  (small)   	
78. Sand Creek (lower) ...
87. Fernie Park (south) .
88. Erickson Creek 	
89. Erickson Creek 	
90. Carbon Creek  (west)
91. Carbon Slough 	
135 00
142 27
1G0 70
300 00
1,454 95
274 59
450 00
35 00
4,986 21
275 16
741 76
7 50
19 37
ISO 00
500 00
125 00
50 00
50 00
Bridge No.
92. Carbon Creek (east)
99. Alexander 	
109. Agnew Creek 	
113. Weigate (south) 	
114. Weigate (north) 	
115. Martin Creek 	
116. Sand Creek .•	
117. Damstrom 	
120. Johnson's   	
122. Natal Waterworks ....
123. 4-Mile 	
124. Swede	
128. Woods  	
129. Lancaster's 	
Removal of old bridges ....
$   50 00
28 OS
194
34
183
00
179
75
170
75
2,363
17
449
05
52
79
450 00
85
50
73
50
1S8
00
465
34
97
75
Total  $ 17,495 7S
Fort George District.
Bridge No.
6. Beatton Ravine  .!
8. Beaver 	
9. Beaverley Creek, No. 1 	
30. Beaverley Creek, No. 2 	
39. Dore River 	
55. Hudson's Bay Slough 	
56. Hudson's Bay  Slough   (Queen
Street)  	
89. Neehako River	
98. Pouce Coupe	
118. Sweet Creek, No. 1 	
130. Wright Creek	
333. 30-Mile 	
335. Fraser River 	
338. Bagot 	
140. Squirrel Creek  ,	
148. 23-Mile 	
149. 22-Mile	
156. Tate	
159. Cut-bank 	
168. Fox 	
187. Smith 	
21.3. Bateman   	
216. Newlands  	
242. McGaghran 	
244. Willow River 	
293. Fraser River 	
357. Perry 	
398. Tradestsa, No. 1 	
399. Tradestsa, No. 2 	
400. Tradestsa, .No. 3 	
43
75
280
50
519
50
1,397
87
S3
50
175
00
2.532
36
1,464
77
48
52
100
00
92
75
56
50
43
24
200
00
78
38
59
40
59
40
443
12
235
62
88
12
69
50
309
48
72
75
3
75
1,319
62
104
50
70
00
70 00
65
61
66
00
Bridge No.
432. Chief Lake, No. 1
435. Chief Lake, No. 3
436. Chief Lake, No. 4
437. Chief Lake, No. 5
459. Vincent  	
509. Van Buskirk	
529. Fraser River 	
530. Red Rock 	
537. Cunningham 	
582. Vanderwater   	
584. Eaglet Creek 	
585. McFee Creek 	
580. Tyner 	
587. Kerkhoff, No. 2 ....
588. Woods, No. 1 	
589. Woods, No. 2 	
590. Croydon Creek	
592. 12-Mile 	
593. Golder  	
594. Foreman  	
595. Mud River, No. 4
596. King Creek	
597. Bateman, No. 2 ....
598.. 8-Mile 	
599. Clarricoates  	
    Henderson	
600. No name 	
001. Toneko Creek	
602. Weiler 	
$  127
75
80 00
100
00
119
97
250
00
338
75
375
18
30
00
106
no
250 00
1,469
4G
145
99
159
11
151
75
227
31
227
31
149
81
199
24
250
00
114 00
2,053
43
1,439
84
49
50
246
87
227
85
350 00
8,627
69
51
85
155
95
Total  $ 28,238 12 16 Geo. 5
Statement of Expenditure.
Q 83
Grand Forks-Greenwood District, Bridges.
Bridge No.
8. Blythe  	
11. Boundary Falls Smelter ..
23. Carson 	
24. Cascade (lower) 	
25. Cascade (upper) 	
28. Christina  >	
30. Cooper 	
38. East Fork of North Fork
41. First Street 	
47. Gilpin	
51. Hardy   	
55. Ingram   	
61. Kettle River	
64. Lynch Creek	
Bridge No.
4. Walters 	
7. Chalmer's  	
13. Canal  -.	
31. Hoggan's 	
34. South Gabriola Island
Bridge No.
1. Alexander Slough	
5. Barriere River 	
7. Blackpines   	
10. Blackwater 	
14. Candle Creek 	
18. Cedar Creek 	
23. Clearwater River 	
26. Copper Creek	
28. Criss Creek, No. 2 	
32. Deadman Creek, No.
Deadman Creek, No.
Homestake  	
Kamloops   (east)   	
Kamloops (west) 	
Lemieux Creek, No. :
33.
46.
49.
51.
55.
77 50
100 00
46 50
226 45
190 00
899 59
1,114 51
22 00
129 50
498 50
1,255 89
96 00
131 35
48 50
Bridge No.
82. Meyer's Creek, No. 4 	
87. Midway 	
90.. Nicholson   	
91. Norway Mountain, No. 1
333. Vaughan  	
116. Wartman	
117. Westbridge 	
118. White Cabin	
119. Wilkinson Creek 	
123. Yale  	
124. Gilpin  (overhead)  	
126. Castle Creek	
$   140
86
97
GO
66
65
149
50
142
02
89
18
100
00
78
49
200
00
304
35
5,625
12
100 00
Total  $ 11,930 00
Islands District.
150 00
100 00
194 95
147 55
5 40
Bridge No.
35. Kuper Bay
43. Langdon 	
44. Crusher 	
251 30
40 00
100 00
Total  $       989 20
Kamloops District.
240
1,049
126
109
949
149
239
209
719
99
648
300
1,708
134
129
00
03
90
55
49
75
31
39
70
28
22
00
97
39
SO
Bridge No.
56, Lemieux Creek, No. 3 .
61. Louis Creek, No. 2 	
63. Myrtle River 	
65. North Thompson River
71. Rocker Creek	
75. Savona   	
92. Tunbridge Creek	
94. Whitewood Creek 	
96. Lost Creek, No. 1 	
97. Gorge Creek	
OS. Meadow Creek	
99. Witcher Creek, No. 1 ....
100. Witcher Creek, No. 2 ....
$  156
20
124
67
174 40
628
58
99
12
325
27
179
20
216
90
645
00
124
10
399
OS
197
76
197
63
Total $ 10.0S1 78
Bridge No.
3. Ajax  {
6. Alexandra 	
8, Alphine 	
9. Anderson	
10. Appledale 	
13. Arrow Park (south), No. 1 ....
14. Arrow Park (south), No. 2 ....
15. Arrow Park (south), No. 3 ....
16. Arrow Park (south), No. 4 ....
18. Arrow Park (south), No. 6 ....
19. Arrow Park (south), No. 7 ....
6
Kaslo-Slocan District.
Bridge No.
. 75 75 20. Arrow Park  (south), No. S ..
4 01 21. Arrow Park (south), No. 9 ..
32 50 22. Arrow Park (south), No. 10
43 67 24. Arrow Park (south), No. 12
117 79 26. Arrow Park (south), No. 14
9 00 27. Arrow Park (south), No. 15
42 00 41. Ben Hnr	
10 87 48. Broadview	
48 00 51. Briggs Creek	
40 01 52. Brouse	
14 00 64. Canadian 	
10 75
12 51
10 75
40 00
62 41
155 00
43 66
18 00
06 75
83 95
100 00 Q 84
Public Works Eeport
Kaslo-Slocan District, Bridges—Continued.
Bridge No.
66. Canning  $ 75 52
92. Clever  27 50
95. Columbia River Road, No. 1.... 20 60
98. Columbia River Road, No. 4.... 9 38
105. Columbia River Road, No. 33.. 211 4S
120. Columbia River Road, No. 20.. 184 60
123. Columbia River Road, No. 29.. 119 00
133. Columbia River Road   105 50
135. Columbia River Road   748 39
137. Columbia River Road, No. 43.. 314 82
138. Columbia River Road, No. 44.. 32 10
140. Columbia River Road, No. 46.. 32 15
141. Columbia River Road, No. 47.. 32 15
142. Columbia River Road, No. 48.. 32 13
143. Columbia River Road, No. 49.. 29 S2
144. Columbia River Road, No. 50.. 21 81
145. Columbia River Road, No. 51.. 21 81
146. Columbia River Road, No. 52.. 21 81
147. Columbia River Road, No. 53.. 21 81
157. Columbia River Road, No. 63.. 49 56
158. Columbia River Road, No. 64.. 59 69
159. Columbia River Road, No. 65.. 19 00
101. Columbia River Road   149 50
164. Colegrave  23 60
166. Cooper Creek   840 51
171. Crebbin    27 40
172. Crocker's   500 00
175. Copper Queen   32 00
187. Deer  ! 43 67
190. Desmond   43 66
196. 8-Mile   22 00
200.  English     2 00
233. Ferrets     5 25
23.5. 4-Mile Creek, No. 1   3 75
239. 4-Mile Creek, No. 5   1,486 82
243. Goat Creek   725 05
245. Gold Creek, No. 2   28 00
249. Grant   2 00
251. Grimes, No. 2   34 00
262. Halfway    38 00
264. Hammil Road   96 39
269. Harms   46 12
272. Healy Creek  50 50
274. Hooper     43 67
276. Howard   13 00
292. Jessie   2 00
293. Jesby   45 00
'295. Joker _  49 50
309. Lardeau _  5 00
312. Lemon Creek   79 31
' 313. Lemon Creek Trail, No. 1  15 75
'314. Lemon Creek Trail, No. 2  15 75
'316. Lemon Creek Trail, No. 4  160 00
319. Lemon  Creek   (North   Fork),
No. 1  : 8 64
Bridge No.
323. Liberty Hill  $ 2 50
328. Little Slocan River  815 03
332. Lucas   75 00
337. Long   2 50
344. McAllister   350 03
345. McCormack  11 25
370. Nakusp-Box Lake Road, No. 1 98 61
371. Nakusp-Box Lake Road, No. 2 6 40
372. Nashville   43 66
373. Nettie L  24 00
374. Needles (north), No. 1   12 04
375. Needles (north), No. 2   6 66
379. New Denver   254 71
390. Passmore   468 36
391. Payne  47 00
392. Perry Siding  39 88
396. Pontiac     2 00
397. Porcupine    2 00
398. Poplar Creek   50 00
400. Pre-emption    18 76
401. Perry  65 00
419. Rapid Creek  150 00
421. Renata (north) No. 2   553 61
433. Robertson Creek, No. 1   422 63
435. Rosebery (over Wilson Creek) 379 05
447. School     4 50
451. Shakespeare Avenue   3 '75
453. Silver Cup   300 00
460. Silverton   70 19
464.  Slocan City   113 30
467. Slocan River (east), No. 3  17 62
469. Slocan River (east). No. 5   18 28
472. Slocan River (west), No. 1 .... 36 78
473. Slocan River (west), No. 2 .... 33 41
474. Slocan River (west), No. 3 .... 34 35
475. Slocan River (west), No. 4 .... 71 42
476. Slocan River (west), No. 5 .... 25.00
485. Springer Creek Road, No. 1 .... 502 38
492. Stobo    198 SI
495. Sturgis  43 67
509. Tait Creek   92 79
526. Three Forks Depot   165 23
534. Twin Creek  50 00
535. Fraves   535 19
543. Underbill     2 00
544. United   299 60
548. Valican   330 74
549. Victoria  22 50
557. Ward-Poplar Creek   83 00
578. Winlaw    14 66
596. Zwicky  43 68
597. Zwicky, No. 1  43 66
Snow-shovelling  234 90
Total  .' 'J...:.  $ 15,192 50 16 Geo. 5
Statement of Expenditure.
Q 85
Bridge No.
2. Hat Creek, No. 1	
8. Clinton 	
9. Clinton Station 	
10. 50-Mile	
32. 52-Mile 	
31. Cayoosh Creek	
34. Hat Creek, No. 2	
35. Hat Creek, No. 3	
36. Hat Creek, No. 4	
45. Hat Creek Bluffs, No. 3
53. Mound  	
54. Tin Cup 	
58. To Hy 	
64. Hansen's Meadow	
92. Fountain, P.G.E	
93. 11-Mile Creek	
95. Garrigan's Spring	
103. Coldwell	
104. Dry Gulch	
124. Lillooet-Lytton Road ,
131. Lillooet Station	
132. Seton Creek, No. 1 	
133. Seton Creek, No. 2 	
134. Lillooet Hatchery 	
143. Bridge River :	
144. Michel  	
147. Ward's 	
164. Ward's Ferry	
165. Sebring Creek 	
166. Cedar Creek 	
167. False  	
168. Alexander 	
169. Tyaxon 	
170. Gun Creek, No. 1	
172. South Fork 	
180. Eagleson 	
193. McEwen's  	
Lillooet District, Bridges.
Bridge No.
$        24 93 195. Trembly  $ 300 00
300 05 396. Watson Bar» No. 2   200 74
324 78 203. Cut-bank   399 64
374 97 207. Miller Creek   349 69
349 17 212. Phelix Sam  39 00
74 00 237. No name   35 00
240 93 222. Salmon Slough  250 75
179 53 227. Red   137 31
179 89 231. Ryan Slough   49 80
m 00 234. Pemberton Meadows Slough.... 49 80
147 59 236. Lee   200 31
199 66 241. Alice Creek  893 69
199 72 253. Judd   299 65
124 65 255. Mosquito-Chartee's     233 34
249 85 258. No name   50 00
175 09 200. No name   249 75
150 48 266. 21-Mile Creek  180 00
25 00 208. Power-house     250 60
99 25 209. No name   250 00
249 98 282. Fowler   294 00
99 82 283. Gladwin   193 93
25 00 284. Hazelmere     200 75
250 14 285. Heath   334 16
40 00 290. Kink   175 00
30 00 300. Roberts    244 00
150 00 302. Roberts Creek, No. 2   194 00
99 90 305. Schrobringer     143 20
50 00 306. School-house  193 00
225 25 307. High   243 50
60 00 328. Saginaw  499 98
98 39 341. Murphy  174 42
100 05 356. Lineman    631 69
174 90 357. Mons Creek  75 00
25 00 358. Alta Creek    155 74
340 17 363. Timber Limit   75 00
149 75 	
250 00                     Total  $ 13,033 61
Bridge No.
4. Clayton, No. 2 	
5. Clayton, No. 3 	
8. Canoe Crossing 	
34. 4-Mile	
15. Grant, No. 1	
25. Nygaard's, No. 1 	
26. Nygaard's, No. 2 	
28. Necleetsconnay River
29. Nootsatsem 	
34. Store   	
38. Cannery 	
41. Snootchley, No. 1 	
42. Snootchley, No. 2	
43. Snootchley, No. 3 	
Mackenzie District.
Bridge No.
604 9S        44. Eagle River  $ 20 00
500 00       48. Theodosia     , 2S7 75
1,100 00       51. Thorsen, No. 1   50 00
1,105 00       52. Thorsen, No. 2  :  685 08
100 00       53. Thorsen, No. 3  144 67
9 49       55. Saloomt River   1,145 85
157 82       95. Lagoon   21 50
6 00 117. Powell River-Grief Point  9 75
150 00 118. Powell River-Grief Point, No. 3 5 37
236 65 119. Powell River-Grief Point, No. 4 48 70
.   301 25 122. Powell River   28 00
50 00 131. Raven Creek, No. 1  7 00
53 57 185. Sliamin   16 00
50 00 193. School-house, No. 2   76 90 Q 86
Public Works Eeport (1925-26).
Mackenzie District,
Bridges—Continued.
Bridge No.
198. Tucker Bay Trail, No. 1
202. Texada, No. 3  ,	
206. Texada, No: 7 	
207. Texada, No. 8 	
$        23 81
20 00
30 00
34 80
Bridge No.
246. McKenzie   	
247. View 	
248. Powell River Road
249. Menzie 	
250. Reitz	
Total 	
$      250 00
197 92
653 38
        1.308 76
225. Wolfson Creek	
20 00
            68 47
243. Kelly  	
244. Manson  	
393 S7
427 17
 $ 10.399 53
Nanaimo District.
Bridge No.
1. Chase River 	
2. Cook's   	
3. Dickinson's 	
4. Five Acre Lot ...
5. Gourley 	
6. Millstone 	
7. Millstone, No. 2 ..
8. Nanaiamo River
27S 83
259 85
1 50
1 50
241 47
1 50
591 11
209 02
Bridge No.
9. Patterson   	
10. Brechin 	
13. Subway-Vancouver Avenue
32. Wilkinson 	
13. Hamre 	
197 92
1 50
574 42
597 13
1 50
Total  $    3,017 25
Bridge No.
0. Silver King Road,
Nelson District.
No. 2  $
4 13
Bridge No.
9. Baxter's 	
14. Butter's 	
20. Cherry Creek 	
27. Dure Meadow  	
28. Dure Meadow, No. 2	
36. Enderby 	
37. Creighton Valley, No. 1
40. Inglis 	
43. Foulds and Lang	
4G. 8-Mile	
48. Grindrod 	
53. Hupel 	
59. Horner 	
65. Johnson 	
70. Kingfisher 	
78. Mara (swing) 	
North Okanagan District.
Bridge No.
. $    2,S84 27 S4. Monk's, No. 2  $ 22 43
9 75 101. Reiswig  (Byers)     23 75
43 19 109. School-house  46 34
341 50 111. Shuswap Avenue (south)   555 99
228 54 117. 6-Mile, No. 1  52 00
486 17 120. Siwash   52 00
2S6 25 123. Sugar Lake  8 00
585 34 124. Sullivan Creek    24 75
256 50 125. Shuswap Falls  3,178 24
21 25 127. Baker-Hogg   145 00
61 20 132. Wallen  98 00
146 00 133. Whiteman's  52 00
27 25 Bridges generally  31 62
15 75 	
3,958 90                    Total ..: $ 13,695 82
53 75
Bridge No.
4. West Bay 	
5. Sandy Cove ..
7. Bell's 	
8. Sherman's 	
9. Cypress Creek
10. Bailey's 	
11. Caulflelds  	
North Vancouver District.
Bridge No.
$              83       12. Kettle's    $ 170 78
240 70       24. Grafton   200 00
181 24       25. No name   98 50
210 24       38. Magee  175 48
210 71 	
10 45                   Total  $ 1,744 29
245 36 16 Geo. 5
Statement of Expenditure.
Q 87
Omineca District, Bridges.
Bridge No.
3. Aitken Creek 	
5. Barrett Creek	
6. Buck River, No. 1	
7. Beaumont 	
S. Buck River, No. 3 ....
9. Buck Creek, No. 4 ....
10. Buck River, No. 5 	
11. Buck	
13. Buck River, No. 2 ....
14. Burns Lake 	
15. Finlay Creek 	
17. Telegraph Creek 	
18. Cessford Creek 	
19. Johnson 	
20. Day Lake 	
23. Tintagel	
31. Cuzner 	
35. Houston	
37. Grassy Creek 	
39. Hatch Creek 	
43. Reiitoul Creek 	
46. Log, Burns Lake	
47. Lund Creek 	
48. Endako, No. 1 	
51. Stellako, No. 2 	
53. Holmes ■.	
56. McEvoy Creek, No. 1
58. 6-Mile Creek	
59. 113-Mile	
62. 105-Mile	
63. 112-Mile 	
65. 115-Mile	
70. Ross Creek 	
71. Moss	
83. McAllen 	
85. iSavory 	
87. Tong 	
89. Nadina 	
91. Nachako, No. 2 	
IS
86
18
92
67 00
31
25
1,239
50
458
54
304 00
449
14
368
30
497
19
54 04
506
00
426
00
1,136
27
375
43
242
00
50 00
270
05
44
50
21
60
34
38
3,135
50
23
92
14
31
75
25
175
74
1,941
86
18 92
22
92
23
92
43 92
18
92
603
36
550 11
40
00
SO
00
45
00
6,285
64
102
47
Bridge No.
03. Topley Creek 	
94. Tchesinkut  	
95. Wiggins Creek 	
97. Quick	
99. Burrows   	
101. Redmond 	
112. Stellako, No. 1 	
122. Bulkley River 	
12S. Tsinkut River 	
132. Stuart River	
136. Bird's 	
137. Bamford  	
138. Hamre  '.	
144. Tony Creek	
150. Silverson 	
151. Palling 	
152. Saunders  ,
153. Poison   	
155. Sheraton 	
156. Priestly	
157. Pine Creek 	
158. Kimball 	
159. Dutchman Creek 	
161. Bickle, No. 2	
162. Bickle, No. 3 ._	
163. Bickle, No. 4 	
164. Nicholson   	
154. 24-Mile 	
198. Tsilcoh	
283. Fellertey 	
329. Mountain Creek 	
345. Ocock 	
379. Smith Creek 	
392. Tatal Rose 	
409. Vanderhoof (trestle), No. 1
410. Vanderhoof (trestle), No. 2
18 92
800 00
38 92
40 00
350 00
540 25
84 49
394 50
74 50
25 00
350 00
371 26
200 00
50 00
497 06
517 00
199 12
1,094 30
2,877 73
2,355 80
00 00
130 00
50 00
77 70
70 00
130 00
450 00
336 95
325 00
249 00
258 50
438 63
346 25
110 00
75 00
74 12
Total  $ 33,5S4 02
Bridge No.
13. Kumdis River 	
18. MeBride Street  (foot)
19. Miller Creek	
23. Sangon River	
42. Swan Creek 	
43. Dyson Creek	
45. Crown Brook 	
46. Kumdis Island Trail ..
47. Port Clements Creek ..
Prince Rupert District.
Bridge No.
%        92 63       48. Meyer Lake Road  $ 54 00
102 25       49. Murry    ,  468 25
6 75       50. Tlell River   5,330 91
24 00       51. Gee Key Creek  380 89
239 44       52. Gold Creek   3S6 89
3 75       53. Woodpile Creek   386 89
145 32       54. Mallory Creek   386 11
113 75 	
22 25                    Total  $ 8,149 88 Q 88
Public Works Eeport (1925-26).
Revelstoke District, Bridges.
Bridge No.
2. Beaton ('Salmon Creek)  $ 129 15
12. Beaton-Comaplix Road  102 60
10. Begbie Road (Tumtum Creek) 147 28
21. Sidehill Trestle, Big Bend Rd. 74 51
27, 28, 29. Diversion, Big Bend Rd. 314 43
30. 8-Mile Creek  1,343 90
38. Craigellachie-Malakwa  Road.. 15 00
40. Fish River Road  69 60
48. Galena Bay Road (Hill Creek) 12 50
49. Galena Bay Road  (Mackenzie
Creek)     8 75
56. Hall's Landing Road (south).. 89 S8
57. Hall's Landing Road (south),
No. 2   2,176 66
68. Kelch   126 43
72. Malakwa-Sommerville Road .. 82 28
73. Malakwa-Sommerville Road .. 34 38
74. Malakwa-Sommerville Road .. 4 38
75. Malakwa-Sommerville Road .. 3 00
50. Upper Illecillewaet  2,154 54
85. Revelstoke-Arrowhead    Road,
No. 0   1,664 45
86. Revelstoke-Arrowhead    Road
(slough)   340 85
91. Revelstoke Road (east), No. 3 175 54
92. Revelstoke Road (east), No. 4 159 97
93. Revelstoke Road (east), No. 5 703 62
95. Revelstoke Road (east), No. 7 30 91
96. Revelstoke Road (east), No. 8 106 39
100. Illecillewaet River   186 91
103. Columbia River  250 09
117. Revelstoke Road (west)   123 97
Bridge No.
123. Revelstoke Road (west) 	
125. Revelstoke Road (west) 	
120. Revelstoke Road (west) 	
327. Revelstoke Road (west) 	
32S. Revelstoke Road (west) 	
129. Revelstoke Road (west) 	
132. Revelstoke Road (west) 	
136. Sidmouth-Sproat Road 	
137. Sidmouth-Sproat Road 	
138. Sidmouth-Sproat Road 	
139. Solsqua-Bowie Road, No. 1	
146. Suspension Foot-bridge (Eagle
River)    	
218. Big Bend Main Trail	
233. Big Bend Main Trail	
234. Big Bend Main Trail	
240. Big Bend Main Trail	
241. Big Bend Main Trail	
245. Downie Creek 	
246. Big Bend Main Trail .....
248. Old Columbia River	
253. Big Bend Main Trail	
256. Big Bend Main Trail	
259. Big Bend Main Trail	
261. Big Bend Main Trail	
7     275. Big Bend Main Trail	
291. Silver Creek Trail 	
294. Waverley Trail 	
295. Camp Creek Trail 	
Snow service	
21 50
37 00
4 00
15 00
80 53
23 13
76 84
30 00
18 00
21 00
112 78
420 45
34 00
65 00
67 50
34 00
34 00
467 50
32 00
79 31
45 25
45 25
10 00
167 50
150 00
86 98
12 00
105 59
608 69
Total  $ 13,536 77
Richmond-Point Grey District.
Bridge No. Bridge No.
2. University $ 47 25 4. Eburne ...
3. Fraser Avenue  3,000 00
4. Sea Island   2,549 51 Total
. $       528 05
.$    6,124 81
Rossland-Trail District.
Bridge No.
1. Castlegar-Trail Road, No. 1.... $ 67 48
3. Castlegar-Trail Road, No. 3.... 378 25
10. Murphy Creek   2,024 78
12. Castlegar-West Robson Road,
No. 1   39 60
14. Columbia River   6,829 38
36. Trail-Rossland Road, No. 1...
75 00
Bridge No.
37. Trail-Rossland Road, No.
40. Violin Lake Road, No. 1	
41. Violin Lake Road, No. 2	
    Castlegar (foot) 	
2....$
Total
119 25
25 00
30 00
245 82
9,834 56
Bridge No.
19. Craigflower
Saanich District.
223 25 Statement of Expenditure.
Bridge No.
20. Cedar Hill 	
St
ilmon Arm D
$        71 68
49 64
1,346 98
348 00
131 72
329 75
249 79
598 80
89 67
150 36
130 00
159 80
strict, Bridges.
Bridge No.
118. Stillwater Flats      	
.__:$
150 62
23. Chase Creek, No. 1	
34. Dilworth 	
54. Kelso  	
123. Stillwater Flats, No. 18
146. Granite Creek, No. 2	
147. Hague   	
250 00
210 90
106 50
74. McMurphy   (suspension)
80. Pritchard   	
148. Squilax-Anglemont Road
149. Canoe River 	
51 00
1,097 41
84. Salmon Arm Municipal
150. Scott   	
151. McLennan River 	
50 00
85. Howe truss 	
250 00
87. Salmon River 	
96. Shuswap   (Thompson River).
100.  Slate Creek  :	
246. Squilax-Anglemont Road
Total 	
297 99
 $
0,220 61
117. Stillwater Flats 	
Bridge No.
2. Allison-Copper Mountain, No. 2 $
18. Copper Mountain, No. 1	
29. Penticton-Oliver, No. 7 	
48. Granite Creek 	
133. Princeton-Otter Lake, No. 7....
136. Princeton   	
137. Richter Mountain, No. 1	
Similkameen District.
Bridge No.
220 00     138. Richter Mountain, No. 2  $ 75 00
300 00     163. Tulameen-Summit City, No. 5 50 00
500 96     166. Champion Creek, No. 1   750 00
278 87     175. Smart     50 00
75 00 	
75 00                    Total  $ 2,448 83
74 00
Bridge No.
7. Telkwa  $
8. Bohler	
15. Cedar Creek 	
22. Collins Creek 	
26. Driftwood Creek, No. 1        1
32. Deep Creek	
39. 4-Mile 	
42. Glacier  Creek  	
44. Glacier Creek 	
48. Gramophone Creek	
50. Hagnelgate 	
51. Hazelton          1
52. Hynes Settlement 	
58. Kennedy Creek 	
59. Kispiox Village 	
60. Kispiox Canyon 	
65. Eeanto Creek 	
67. Lome Creek 	
70. Meanskinisht 	
74. Telkwa   	
75. Mission Creek 	
76. Moricetown          7
88. Remo Slough, No. 2	
98. Smithers  	
101. Telkwa River	
Skeena District.
Bridge No.
836 80 303. 39-Mile Gulch  $ 150 00
100 00 10S. Trout Creek   1,200 00
33 75 109. Thornhill, No. 1  197 12
100 00 330. Thornhill, No. 2   344 19
,839 8S 112. Tea Creek   149 37
225 00 113. 3-Mile   41 75
45 12 114. 20-Mile Creek „  1,900 00
125 00 116. Usk-Vanardsol', No. 1   75 00
33 25 120. Usk-Vanardsol, No. 5   101 19
96 35 124. Williams Creek   69 70
472 75 . 135. Terrace    106 90
,187 86 136. Pacific   1,528 12
148 50 137. Elephant Creek   350 00
150 00 138. Date Creek   1,206 26
100 00 139. Cherry Tree Creek   663 60
200 00 140. Comean Creek   496 65
60 00 141. 17-Mile  348 94
220 57 142. 18%-Mile   (Kitsumgallum Rd. 199 87
140 50 143. Sealey Creek   150 00
121 92 144. Golden Wonder Creek   22:4 25
49 87 145. Tramville Creek   174 25
,030 63 147. Price Creek   185 45
91 76 148. Whisky Creek   130 00
231 53 	
500 00                    Total  $ 23,933 05 Q 90
Public Works Eeport (1925-26).
South Okanagan District, Bridges.
Bridge No. Bridge No.
18. East Side of Woods Lake $      856 40       49. Slough, No. 3
19. Deep Creek, No. 1 	
26. Clark Creek 	
27. Mill Creek, No. 3 	
33. Mission Creek 	
35. Mission Creek, No. 3..
38. Mission Creek, No. 6..
42, Powers Creek, No. 2..
43. Sawmill Creek 	
47. Slough, No. 1 	
571 46
249 60
352 25
2,829 61
80 88
3 50
58 55
180 95
877 89
52. Slough, No. 6 	
54. Slough, No. 8 	
55. Slough, No. 9 	
58. Trout Creek, No. 2
62. Trepanier Creek ....
68. Mill Creek, No. 9 ..
331 76
476 82
672 55
526 72
309 31
30 80
7 00
Total  $    8,416 05
Yale District.
Bridge No.
—  Alexander Cable Crossing  ;
25. Coquihalla   	
33. Silver Creek 	
37. Jessica 	
44. American Creek 	
52. Yale Creek 	
53. 5-Mile	
54. Spuzzum Creek 	
66. Lytton  	
76. No name, (Botanie Road)	
94. No name 	
95. Ashcroft   	
97. No   name    (Highland   Valley
Road)	
50
415
7,064
2,038
6,718
1,471
2,S31
5,645
5,655
193
90
11
38
66
31
98
19
12
51
75
8 00
1,785 13
46 50
Bridge No.
124. Gavelin   	
125. Sunshine Valley ..
127. 30-Mile	
132. Middlesboro  	
166. No name 	
167. No name 	
213. Jackass Mountain
214. Falls Creek	
215. Brooks 	
216. Alexandra 	
$   22
25
221
45
1,531 37
298
33
736 94
582
90
5
41
440 00
365
57
53
22
Total  $ 38,182 07
Bridges generally.
Expenditure $    7,610 07
Lillooet—Pemberton Meadows	
Revelstoke—
Cranberry Creek  $    788 05
Illecillewaet   River        2,497 56
Similkameen—Tulameen  River
Yale—Coldwater River 	
1,369 31
299 50
Protection of River-barks.
Atlin—Kitsault River  $    1,500 00
Chilliwack—Vedder River	
Comox—Campbell River	
Fernie—
West Fernie River $    195 26
Natal River      4,326 03
Kaslo-Slocan—■
Glacier Creek ..
Slocan River ..
Sandon Flume
$ 238 77
4,521 29
72 80
311 60
623 17
2,998 21
3,285 61
1,330 77
8,712 63
Total    : $ 24,640 49 16 Geo. 5
Statement of Expenditure.
Q 91
Road Machinery.
Alberni District  I
Atlin District 	
Cariboo  District  	
Chilliwack District 	
Columbia District 	
Comox District 	
Cowichan-Newcastle District 	
Cranbrook District 	
Creston District 	
Delta District 	
Dewdney District 	
Esquimalt District 	
Fernie District 	
Fort George District ..„	
Grand Forks-Greenwood District....
Kamloops District 	
Kaslo-Slocan District 	
10,163 83
8,068 42
5,328 97
2,692 80
886 53
6,317 60
3,386 00
7,118 30
822 20
1,309 00
7,732 61
6,331 35
1,621 00
2,282 41
801 00
1,817 65
1,488 20
Lillooet District 	
Mackenzie District  ,
Nanaimo District 	
Nelson District 	
North Okanagan District ,
Omineca District 	
Prince Rupert District 	
Revelstoke District 	
Rossland-Trail District ...
 $ 1,512 75
  1,488 00
  1,059 00
  822 20
  5,150 15
  3,469 00
  830 00
  6,217 50
  3,260 80
Salmon Arm District   10,327 32
Similkameen District 	
Skeena District 	
South Okanagan District
Yale District 	
General 	
3,763 42
911 20
927 45
8,590 72
1,203 00
Total  $117,700 3S
Maintenance of Main Trunk Roads.
Alberni—
Road—Port Alberni  $      487 01
Chilliwack—
Road—Sumas Lake Trunk        9,779 50
Columbia—
Road—Columbia River         5,484 24
Comox—
Road—
Island Highway-Oyster River..      8,747 62
Island Highway-Royston  502 01
Little River Diversion   699 49
Sayward        4,995 36
Cranbrook—
Road-—Inter-Provincial Highway,
No. 1        2,996 00
Creston—
Road—Goatfell          2,011 19
Delta—
Road—Scott           1,250 00
Esquimalt—
Road—
Colwood   (Luxton)          2,570 77
Goldstream          1,892 39
Island Highway (Malahat)     21,529 45
Island Highway  (Mill Bay)....      2,161 87
Drainage, Island Highway, Sec.
92   145 26
Metchosin     990 26
Sooke           1,225 91
Summit  (Detour)    297 50
Fernie—
Road—
Columbia River'.,  587 75
Interprovincial Highway, No. 1      2,411 08
Islands—
Road—Laurel  	
Kaslo-Slocan—
Road—
Edgewood-Needles   	
Edgewood-Vernon 	
McLachlin 	
McKenzie—
Road—Lund-Malaspina 	
North Okanagan—
Road—Edgewood-Vernon  	
North Vancouver—
Road—Marine Drive 	
Prince Rupert—
Road-
Hollander Settlement 	
Kaien Island Highway	
Port Clements-Tlell 	
Revelstoke—
Road-
Arrowhead 	
Revelstoke   (west)   	
Rossland-Trail—
Road—Castlegar-Trail 	
Saanich—
Survey—Gorge   Road   (Harriet-
Wascana)   	
Yale-
Roads 	
$      506 62
500 00
12,358 55
742 25
498 00
246 37
1.110 48
3,445 49
17,472 62
3,939 98
3,335 87
5,120 64
793 87
  51 00
       4,364 89
Total  $125,251 29 'ubl'ic Works Eeport (1925-26).
Wharves.
Prince Rupert—Cow Bay—Launch Harbour  $ 1,508 63
Islands—Mill Bay Ferry Landing   5,470 13
Total $ 6,978 76
Prince Rupert Wharf.
Expenditure  $ 7,439 50
Launches.
" I'll  Away "   $ 1,261 02
"Insboy"  (now " L. & H.")   5,306 54
Total    $ 6,567 56
Contingencies.
Expenditure  $ 11,592 70
Steamboats, Ferries and Bridge-tenders.
(Vote 252.)
Ferry—
Agassiz-Rosedale  $ 15,036 09
  3,839 75
  746 84
  1,494 85
  1,362 64
  881 57
  98 50
  1,027 19
  1,272 81
  370 00
  739 09
  3,896 56
  1,256 86
  1,200 00
  976 83
  1,531 68
  817 79
  150 00
  353 67
  917 20
  3,260 00
  6,908 33
  1,336 20
  1,823 82
  821 35
  580 00
  4,851 35
Harrop-Longbeach     12,686 31
Alexandria	
Avola   	
Barnston Island	
Big Bar 	
Birch Island 	
Black Pines 	
Black Pool 	
Braeside	
Bridge River 	
Cariboo   	
Castlegar	
Cedarvale	
Chilliwack-Harrison
Chinook Cove 	
Clearwater Crossing
Copper City 	
Croydon  	
Donald  	
Ducks  	
East Summerland ....
Francois Lake 	
Fort Fraser 	
Finmoore 	
Gravel   	
Grease Harbour 	
Hall's Landing 	
Hazelton   	
High Bar 	
Horsefly-Wood jam   ....
Hulatt 	
Isle de Pierre 	
Indian Reserve No. 3
Kelowna-Westbank ....
Kitsault 	
Kitwanga 	
1,988 78
1,352 74
140 64
1,334 60
1,614 52
1,757 48
5,438 82
420 00
2,266 90
Kootenay R. Reclamation Farm..',
Ladner-Woodward   	
Lytton   	
Mission 	
Mount Olie 	
Macalister 	
McLure Station	
Needles-Fauquier   	
Nelson   	
Pacific   	
Parson   	
Pavilion  	
Quesnel	
Remo   	
Soda Creek 	
Sorrento-Scotch Creek 	
Squilax 	
Taylor Flats 	
Takla Lake 	
12-Mile  	
Usk  	
Vavenby 	
Vinsulla  	
West Vancouver-Bowen Island....
Woodcock	
Bridge-tender—
Canoe Pass 	
Ebume 	
Kamloops 	
Pitt River	
Steamboat subsidies—
Arrowhead-Beaton   	
Shuswap Lake 	
Contingencies—Expenditure 	
2,302 26
28,001 27
932 14
15,081 93
1,080 71
1,896 43
979 35
1,387 96
8,296 69
533 81
117 51
942 89
2,326 02
4,290 13
2,164 55
3,211 32
1,180 26
1,905 62
498 87
1,983 59
2,024 17
923 63
760 11
76 65
69 00
720 00
2,216*98
3.005 19
1,680 00
3,900 00
4,039 44
37 36
Total  $183,177 60 16 Geo. 5
Statement of Expenditure.
Q 93
Relief-work.
Burnaby- <Vo™ 252a'>
Beresford Street  $ 102 37
Gamma Avenue      501 35
Keefer Street     266 68
 $      870 40
Point Grey—Vancouver and Districts Joint Sewerage and Drainage Board        7,451 36
Total    $    8,321 76
" Mines Development Act."
Alberni—                                                          (Vote 202.)
Trail-
Kennedy    $ 150 00
Spruce River Bridge—Millington   333 21
Zeballos River   300 00
Atlin—
Road—
Bear River  $ 370 00
Glacier Creek-Dunwell   7,745 25
Gleanor Group   300 00
Marmot River   4,995 50
Ruby Creek   478 50
Trail-
American Creek-Terminus  4,500 92
Arherarder   748 70
Bear River-United Empire   1,000 CO
Bitter Creek   230 00
East Creek   2,497 52
East Fork of Kitsault River  500 00
Elmer-Ness     349 10
Georgia River  2,453 95
Goose Creek   1,000 00
Kitsault River-Dolly Varden Railway  2,756 32
K.R. Mining Co  200 OO
Lime Creek  497 45
LaRose  498 90
Marmot River   1,000 00
Missouri-Forty-nine   500 00
North Fork of Glacier Creek  3,498 63
Ore Mountain Mining Co  1,200 00
Riel     400 00
Roundy   :  400 00
Standard Claims  500 00
Cariboo—
Road—
Barkerville-Antler  $ 264 25
Cottonwood Canyon-Blackwater   624 92
Dragon Creek   332 00
Keithley Creek   904 09
$      783 21
38,638 74 " Mines Development Act "—Continued.
Cariboo—Continued.
Road—Continued.
Myrtle Group-Barkerville  $ 199 00
Rough     344 15
Trail-
Black Creek-Horsefly Forks   70 OO
Cariboo Mountain   150 CO
Cottonwood House   OS 00
French Snowshoe Creek   188 00
North Fork of Quesnel River   99 37
 $    3,243 78
Chilliwack—
Trail—Dolly Varden       4,009 53
Columbia—
Road—
Boulder Creek  $ 1,601 62
Horsethief Creek  _  1,746 63
Hot Punch Creek   747 84
Lead Queen Mine   721 25
Paradise Mine   97 50
Toby Creek  _  699 72
Trail-
Bugaboo Creek   285 13
Canoe River   150 00
Carbonate-Spruce Camp  101 94
Findlay Creek   499 50
Horsethief     100 06
Lead Mountain   150 CO
Monarch Mine   750 CO
Moose Creek  249 37
Puzzle Group-Horsethief Creek   75 00
Vermont     100 00
 8,075 56
Comox—
Trail-
Spider Mineral Claim  $ 50 CO
Quatzee Bridge-Quatsee Lake  92 00
  142 00
Cowichan-Newcastle—
Road—South Forks  $ 500 CO
Trail—Sutton River  150 00
  650 00
Cranbrook—
Road—North Star Mine  $ 307 50
. Trail—Perry Creek  371 11
  678 61
Creston—     '
Road—
Cultus Creek  $ 1,000 00
Emerald Mine  646 24
Goodenough Mine  1,198 62
Midnight Mine  300 00
Reno—Sheep Creek-Fawn Creek   1,024 82
Trail-
Acme     100 00
Alfres, Josephine Mineral Claims  175 CO 16 Geo. 5
Statement of Expenditure.
Q 95
" Mines Development Act "—Continued.
Creston—Continued.
Trail—Continued. I
Golden Eagle Mine  $ 75 00
Gold Hub Claim   325 00
Humming Bird Mineral Claim   300 CO
Hunter V. Mine ,  150 00
Iron Properties near Kitchener   300 00
Lockhart Creek   150 00
Nancy Claim   50 00
North of Cultus Creek  351 10
Rainbow Mineral Claim   100 00
Summit Creek   150 00
Bridge—Cultus Creek   500 07
 *
Dewdney—
Trail—Pitt Lake-Viking Group   500 00
Esquimalt—
Trail—North Fork of Leach River   448 75
Fernie—
Bridge—Lost Creek Trail  75 00
Grand Forks-Greenwood—
Road-
Beaver Mine Mineral Claim $ 150 00
Grand Forks-Franklin   122 00
Keno and Evening Star Mineral Claims  150 CO
Sally Mine  749 49
Yankee Girl Mine   43 50
Bridge—Paulson- Berlin Mine   243 OO
Kamloops1—
Road—Copper Creek $ 250 00
Trail—Raft River  207 50
Kaslo-Slocan—
Road—
Ainsworth-Silver Hoard $ 247 59
Crawford Creek   165 37
Enterprise Mine   580 13
Ferguson-10-Mile    736 85
4-Mile Creek  581 66
McAllister Mine  1,333 00
Utica Mine   302 62
Trail—
Arralu    50 00
Campbell Creek   15 68
Cascade Creek   502 40
Curtis Manganese Properties  100 00
Eagle Mineral Claim   150 00
Empire  150 50
Fry Creek   200 36
Hall Creek  150 75
Hewitt Mine  100 00
Lavina Lake -  45 00
Liberal Group   150 00
Lightning Peak Claim   348 05
North Fork of Carpenter Creek   150 00
6,695 85
1,457 99
457 50 Q 96
Public Works Eeport  (1925-26).
" Mines Development Act "—Continued.
Kaslo-Slocan—Continued.
Trail—Continued.
Ophir Group-Gainer Creek  $ 500 00
Poplar   _  SO 49
Spring Creek  62 CO
Tenderfoot    75 74
 $    6,778 19
Lillooet—
Road—
Big Bar $ 246 75
Bridge River   1,999 86
Bridge River-Mission Mountain   499 72
Trail-
Goat Creek   200 00
Gunn Creek   199 50
Native Son Group   297 00
Squamish-Indian River   300 00
Tenquille Creek  1,183 02
Upper Squamish-Ashloo Creek   249 36
Warners Pass-Whitewater   200 00
       5,375 21
Mackenzie—
Trail1—Doratha Morton Mine   599 62
North Okanagan—
Trail—Silver Queen and Silver Tip   75 00
North Vancouver—
Bridges and Trail—Mineral Claims, West Fork of Lynn Creek   298 25
Omineca—
Road—Venus Group Mineral Claims  $ 400 00
Trail—Burns Lake-Babine  5,518 09
Manson Creek   1,081 00
Tahtsa River   966 60
Trail and Bridges—Takla Landing   1,996 31
 9,962 00
Revelstoke—
Road—
Big Bend $ 80 00
Fish River   844 72
Pingston Creek   168 00
Trail-
Big Showing and Scout   150 00
Cambourne-Beatrice Mine   37 50
Downie Creek   S6 25
Dunvegan    80 00
Silver Creek  48 00
Bridge—Silver Creek Trail   117 CO
 1,611 47
Salmon Arm—
Road—Harper Valley  $ 150 00
Trail—Cottonbelt Claims  998 52
 1,148 52
Similkameen—
Road—
Robert Schalli Coal-mine $ 100 00
Similkameen Gold & Dredging Co  200 00
South Similkameen  234 25 16 Geo. 5
Statement of Expenditure.
Q 97
" Mines Development Act "—Continued.
Similkameen—Continued.
Trail-
Rabbit Mountain $ 75 00      -
Roach River  50 OO
Siwash Creek  100 OO
Summit Camp   250 00
Bridge—Champion Creek, No. 1  750 00
Bridge and Trail—Treasure Mountain   2,500 OO
 $    4,259 25
Skeena—
Road—
Hunter Basin-Telkwa  $ 350 00
Nine-mile Mountain   2,499 90
Smithers-Duthie Mine   2,999 24
Telkwa Collieries  500 00
Terrace-Kitsumgallum Lake   1,188 36
Trail-
Brunswick Claim-Balsam Lake   200 00
Chimdemash Creek   2,049 78
Douglas Creek   100 00
Driftwood Creek  .'  1,499 86
Evelyn Group   296 87
Goat Mountain   100 00
Kitchener Group   896 67
Kitnayakwa River   200 00
Maroon Creek  300 00
Mohawk Claim   249 00
Mud Creek   486 25
Shamrock Group  100 00
South Fork of Telkwa River  150 00
Van Metre's Camp-Vanarsdol  150 00
Yukon Group  250 00
     14,565 93
Yale-
Road—
Highland Valley-Toketic  Siding  $ 25 00
Oregon Jack-Epsom Spar  299 00
Vimy Ridge Group   200 00
Trail-
Emory Creek Nickel Deposit   681 05
Galena Group  50 00
Skagit River   149 75
Bridge—Jessica  475 20
 1,880 00
Total    $112,389 96 Q 98
Public Works Eeport (1925-26).
Building Loans.
"B.C. Loan Act, 1922," Chap. 46, Sec. 6, Subsec. (a).
Mental Hospital, Essondale—
Power-house  , $ 85,989 63
Cottages  13,637 80
Clearing     4,136 26
Tranquille Sanatorium   13,841 16
Lands Property Room   4,576 03
Old Drill Hall   4,011 28
Smithers  Court-house   29,570 5S
Clinton Court-house  60 99
Vault for Treasury and other offices  411 09
Biological Station, Prince Rupert  73 95
Tranquille Sanatorium, 1921-22, 1922-23, part refund of Capital Expenditure out of
Income  S0,000 00
Total    ; $236,303 77
"B.C. Loan iUrr, 3923," Sec. 6 (c).
Mental Hospital, New Westminster  $ 3,855 00
Mental Hospital, Essondale—
Clearing  1,190 39
Cottages  19 SO
Mental Home, Colquitz   611 00
Tranquille Female Boarding-house  36 41
Nelson Court-house   5,591 47
Ashcroft Government Building   4,095 99
Addition to Treasury Office   2,310 75
Lock-ups—
Natal  68 41
Mission  7,869 96
Kiniberley  .  3,477 87
Total    $ 29,127 05
Capital Account (Vote 260—Lock-ups).
Campbell River  _ $ 11 56
Courtenay   32 30
Kimberley   235 00
Oliver   843 30
Terrace  47 97
Total    $ 1,320 13
"Government Liquor Act," Sec. 108 (1)   (6).
Home for Incurables  $ 6,657 21
Braid Bequest Account.
Deaf, Dumb, and Blind School  $ 1,061 60 16 Geo. 5
Statement of Expenditure.
Q 99
Capital Account.
STATUTORY EXPENDITURE.
"B.C. Loan Act, 1923," Sec 6 (6).
North Vancouver—Second Narrows Bridge 	
. $ 60,000 00
B.C. Loan Act, 1924," Sec 6 (b).
Alberni—
Canadian Highway  !
Tofino  	
Bamfield Trails 	
Atlin	
Bear River	
Marmot River 	
Stewart-Hyder 	
Telegraph Creek-Dease Lake	
Kitsault River Trail 	
Retaining-wall, Telegraph  Creek
Bitter Creek Bridge 	
Burnaby — Hastings-Barnet   Road
Bridge   	
Cariboo—
Canim Lake-McNeill's 	
Chilcotin Main 	
Quesnel-Fort George 	
Chilliwack—
Provincial Highway through
Sumas Reclaimed Area 	
Silver Chief Mining Camp Trail-
Columbia—
Allen 	
Arnold   	
Eustace   	
Golden-Yoho  Park 	
Horsethief 	
Mitchell   	
West Side 	
Glenogle Bridge 	
Golden-Yoho Bridges 	
Comox—
Hardy Bay-Coal Harbour 	
Victoria-Campbell River 	
Sidewalks at Cumberland 	
Cranbrook—
Cranbrook-Kimberley Road 	
Kimberley Streets 	
Creston—
Creston-Goatfell   	
Winlaw	
Ymir-Boulder Diversion 	
Harrop-Longbeach Ferry 	
Survey, Kuskauook to Gray Creek
Delta-
Boundary Bay 	
Scott 	
Dewdney—loco-Port Moody 	
7
2,778 01
12,025 52
1,125 40
22,459 77
5,037 17
1,000 00
14,995 80
744 40
1,058 02
9,498 60
10,588 93
1,834 01
1,659 19
51,080 72
16,300
33
1,982
45
722
36
984
36
990
54
94,979
78
1,741
98
1,292
50
6,998
38
292
35
22,341
75
30,888
00
2,028
86
770
48
24,048
87
10,113 36
3,991
60
1,500 00
19,093 3S
2,002
GO
4,906 99
7,319
16
10,683
37
29,781
21
Esquimalt—
Fitzgerald Cut-off	
Island Highway 	
San Juan Roads	
Fernie—
Crowsnest  	
Hairpin Trestle and Fill 	
Sand Creek 	
Wilson Creek-Mansfield Ranch....
Fort George—
Cariboo 	
Fort George-Hazelton 	
Fort George-Giscome 	
McBride-Dunster   	
Rolla-Fort St. John 	
R.A. No. 9 	
R.A. No. 11 	
R.A. No. 18 	
R.A. No. 21 	
Fraser River Bridge 	
Grand Forks-Greenwood—
Grand Forks - Cascade (north)
Approaches to Overhead Crossing 	
Grand Forks - Cascade Trans-
Provincial Highway 	
Greenwood-Midway   	
McRae Diversion 	
Islands—East Saanich 	
Kamloops—
Kamloops-Chase   	
Kamloops-Nicola 	
Kamloops-Savona   ,	
Kamloops-Tranquille  	
North Thompson  (east)  	
North Thompson (west) 	
Kamloops Bridge 	
Kaslo-SIocan^-
Columbia River 	
Columbia River (Dog Creek
Diversion) 	
Queens Bay-Ainsworth 	
Slocan City-Silverton 	
Slocan   and   Grace   Avenues
(Nakusp Streets)  	
Lillooet—
Beach Avenue (west) 	
Mason-Sechelt   	
2,685
56
7 00
1,170 94
842
63
2,085
33
733
27
1,813
01
10,586
55
5,784
25
16,044
92
6,902
14
7,000 00
300 OO
499 52
500
00
700 00
4,590 15
1,699 75
1,745 06
1,489 99
2,503 70
7,694 80
499 50
999 25
990 42
998 91
2,499 07
2,883 39
10,171 67
9,998 02
5,465 52
86,997 93
19,735 15
1,509 66
2,499 04
2,499 74 Q 100
Public Works Eeport (1925-26).
;B.C. Loan Act, 1924," Sec 6 (6)— Continued.
Mackenzie—
Bella Coola Valley 	
Lang Bay 	
Powell River Roads	
Powell River-Myrtle Point	
Saloomt Bridge 	
North Okanagan—
Edgewood-Vernon 	
Grandview Heights-Salmon Arm....
North Vancouver—
Marine Drive Extension Caul-
field to Whytecliff 	
Omineca	
Burns Lake-Endako 	
Endako-Francois Lake 	
Palling Settlement	
Vanderhoof-Stuart Lake 	
Prince Rupert-
Biological Station 	
Hollanders Settlement 	
Kaien Island Highway 	
Port Clemeiits-Tlell 	
Revelstoke—
Austrian Settlement 	
Big Bend 	
Clough   	
Finlayson's  	
Kelch Road, Craigellachie	
Markstrom's Road, Hall's Landing
Revelstoke  (west)   	
Road to Austrian Settlers	
Revelstoke-Arrowhead 	
Big Bend Trestle 	
Columbia River Bridge 	
Richmond-Point Grey-
Marine Drive 	
Eburne Bridges 	
Rossland-Trail—
Castlegar-Trail   	
Trail-Rossland 	
Saanich—Gorge Road	
Salmon Arm—
Kamloops-Salmon Arm  .....
Secondary Highway 	
55,553 04
15 00
5,000 00
4,995 34
16,941 83
7,954 90
2,983 25
25,000 00
51,487 01
1,199 61
1,204 65
3,993 77
321 12
506 24
10,934 98
327 45
227 00
30,938 75
775 69
349 55
1,020 20
1,020 90
5,724 13
137 75
3,125 71
19,199 84
1,215 30
14,492 19
157,690 47
14,975 97
8,051 00
9,373 27
7,S87 40
1,876 79
Salmon Arm—Continued.
Turtle Valley-Squilax  !
Tappen Diversion 	
White Creek Hill 	
Similkameen—
5-Mile Rd. & Branches..$   912 00
Nickel Plate   1,250 00
Penticton - Oliver Main
Trunk     150 25
Penticton-Keremeos   1,504 00
Penticton - Summerland
Bridge Diversion        85 00
Southern     Okanagan
Lands Project  2,730 56
South Similkameen ...... 1,000 00
2,9S9 63
646 00
2,377 29
Less credit
$7,631 81
244 44
Skeena—
Hazelton-Skeena Crossing 	
West Side-Kispiox 	
South Vancouver—
Fraser Avenue 	
Paving Commercial Drive 	
Yale—
Brookmere	
Fraser Canyon  1
Harrison-Agassiz 	
Hope-Rosedale 	
Hope-Yale 	
Jones    Hill    Diversion,    Hope -
Rosedale 	
Morris Valley-Morris Creek	
Trans-Provincial    Highway,
Lytton-Boothroyd 	
Trans-Provincial    Highway,
Lytton-Spences Bridge  	
Trans-Provincial    Highway,
Cisco Diversion  ;
Jackass Mountain Bridge 	
General engineering 	
7,387 37
10,040 96
10,003 53
27,258 44
1,283 58
10,143 25
195,913 25
24,456 63
37,238 90
80,020 52
22,960 72
4,201 44
18,682 57
2,177 64
16,000 25
124 00
2,462 49
Total  $2,600,494 75
"B.C. Loan Act, 1925," Sec 6 (a).
Cariboo—
Chilcotin Main 	
$        67 85
Quesnel River Bridge	
644 00
Chilliwack—Sumas Reclamation ....
2,485 00
Columbia—
Brisco 	
946 15
Golden-Yoho Park 	
826 33
Comox—
Hardy Bay-Coal Harbour 	
1,371 37
Comox—Continued.
Island Highway 	
Salmon River 	
Cranbrook—Cranbrook-Kimberley..
Creston—
Arrow Creek 	
Columbia River 	
Nelson-Castlegar       13,528 72
Falls Creek Bridge        2,426 25
441
95
426 49
509
29
761
65
6,000 00 16 Geo. 5
Statement of Expenditure.
Q 101
"B.C. Loan Act, 1925," Sec 6  (a)—Continued.
Dewdney—
Dewdney Trunk 	
Deroche-Harrison 	
Kanaka Creek Bridge	
Esquimalt—
Parkinson   	
Rainbow 	
Deacon's Sawmill Trail  ...
Muir Creek Bridge 	
Fernie—Corbin 	
Islands—Reconstruction of Main
Trunk Road, Saltspring Island
Kaslo-Slocan—Box Lake-Rosebery
Lillooet—
Hat Creek via Marble Canyon	
Lillooet-Lytton 	
Mackenzie—
Lasqueti Island 	
Powell River-Thunder Bay 	
3,050 25
4,424 09
102 42
298 88
418 75
410 20
10,249 00
5,177 05
921 54
9,836 40
2,860 73
3,328 55
92 80
15 40
Skeena—Cedar River Bridge  $    3,099 10
Yale-
Cariboo, Hope-Yale  32,559 28
Cariboo, Hope-Rosedale  22,911 38
Cariboo, Boothroyd-Lytton   30,420 55
Cariboo, Fraser Canyon   11,664 68
Cariboo, Lytton-Spences Bridge.. 102 58
Deroche-Harrison    11,712 04
Hope-American Creek   4,000 00
Alexandra Bridge   42,728 77
Anderson River Bridge   6,920 90
Cisco Creek Bridge   4,329 81
Harrison River Bridge  194 90
Stoyoma Creek Bridge  3,131 53
Cariboo  Road,   engineering   and
inspection   4,400 S7
Total  $249,617 50
Construction, Maintenance, and Repairs to Buildings.
Vote 64. Victoria Court-house 	
„ 65. Chilliwack Court-house	
„ 67. Powell River Lock-up	
68. Nelson Gaol 	
„ 69. Oakalla Prison Farm 	
70. Girls' Industrial School 	
„ 78. Elk Lake Game Farm 	
„ 90. Technical School, Vancouver 	
„ 92. Normal School, Vancouver 	
„ 93. Normal School, Victoria	
„ 94. Deaf, Dumb, and Blind School 	
99. Schools throughout Province  .'      i:'...V,3 !•:';
„ 115. Alberni Government Office 	
„ 116. Anyox Government Office 	
„ 117. Ashcroft Government Office 	
„ 118. Atlin Government Office 	
„ 120. Clinton Government Office 	
.„ 121. Cranbrook Government Office  ....
„ 122. Cumberland Court-house 	
„ 124. Fernie Court-house 	
„ 125. Fort Fraser Government Buildings 	
„ 127. Grand Forks Court-house 	
„ 128. Greenwood Court-house	
„ 129. Kamloops Court-house	
„ 131. Lillooet Government Office 	
„ 132. Merritt Government Office 	
„ 133. Nanaimo Court-house 	
„ 134. Nelson Court-house 	
„ 135. New Westminster Court-house	
„ 137. Penticton Government Office 	
„ 13S. Pouce Coupe Government Office	
„ 139. Prince George Government Office 	
„ 140. Prince Rupert Court-house 	
967
53
75
00
291 50
20 25
300 00
438
63
9,458
00
1,116
18
2,933
81
922
20
3,693
84
3,533
63
392 00
130
71
12
75
83
05
77
20
7
50
1,584 CO
12
50
57
43
1,008 10
23
85
170
90
48
63
01
70
739
55
133
30
2,317
32
160
95
147
45
454
25
554
33 Q 102
Public Works Eeport (1925-26).
Construction, Maintenance, and Repairs to Buildings—Continued.
Vote 142. Quesnel Government Office  $      622 58
„     144. Revelstoke Court-house  .  24 00
146. Smithers Government Office  443 52
147. Stewart Government Office   220 35
149. Vancouver Court-house   4,204 97
150. Vernon Government Office  532 68
„      152. Williams Lake Government Office   35 40
„      154. Nakusp Government Office   338 00
„      215. Mental Hospital, Essondale   1,203 60
216. Mental Hospital, New Westminster  215 00
„     217. Colony Farm, Essondale   2,850 00
218. Mental Hospital, Saanich   212 52
„     219. Provincial Home, Kamloops   2,019 8S
„      220. Tranquille Sanatorium, Maintenance   7,506 4S
„      221. Tranquille Sanatorium, Farm Buildings   3,111 00
„     222. Boys' Industrial School   3,164 82
„     224. Incurable Hospital, Marpole   329 35
„     240. Monument, Parliament Buildings Grounds   315 54
Total    $ 90,875 09
Songhees Reserve.
(Vote 261.)
Songhees Reserve  $    1,172 08
Special Warrant.
Saanich—West Saanich Road
2,906 SO
" British Columbia University Loan Act, 1920," and Amendment Act, 1925.
Sec. 7 (1)   (6) and (2)   (a) and (ft).
University Science Building  $ 94,935 44
University Library  119,022 09
University semi-permanent buildings and power-house   440,527 68
University temporary heating  3,063 49
University fire-alarm system   6,109 40
University steam, gas, sewerage, and water mains   239,181 20
University aerial tramway   2,350 00
University electrical conduits  1,739 00
University telephone clocks and bells  69,516 53
University furnishing and equipment   194,262 36
University paving in campus   106,315 47
University land development and clearing, grading, and paving  27,932 57
University Forest Products Laboratory   29,003 33
University electrical work, additional to general contracts  30,518 67
University Architects', Heating, and Electrical Engineers' fees  23,500 11
University Clerk of Works' Office, expenses and contingencies  8,877 15
Total $1,396,854 49 16 Geo. 5
Statement of Expenditure.
Statement of Expenditure.
Vote 244. Salaries and expenses, Minister's Office   $    11,205 03
„     245. Salaries and expenses, Administration   57,259 41
„     246. Maintenance of Parliament Buildings and Grounds   93,448 07
„     247. Maintenance of Government House and Grounds  25,602 06
„     248. Salaries and expenses, District Engineers   55,667 27
„     249. Salaries and expenses, Steam-boiler Inspection and Electrical Inspection.... 9,557 50
„     250. Retiring allowance, H. H. Hobbis   420 00
„     251. Roads, trails and streets  $1,39S,552 60
Bridges      450,244 49
Protection to river-banks  _       24,640 49
Wharves          6,978 76
Prince Rupert Wharf         7,439 50
Road  machinery       117,700 38
Launches, "I'll Away" and "Insboy"  (now " L. & H.")         6,567 56
Contingencies          11,592 70
Maintenance, main trunk roads       125,251 29
  2,148,967 77
„      252. Ferries  183,177 60
„      252a. Relief-work   8,321 76
„     202. "Mines Development Act"    112,389 96
"British Columbia Loan Act, 1922," chap. 46, subsec. (a)  236,306 77
"British Columbia Loan Act, 1923,"sec. 6  (c)  29,127 05
"British Columbia Loan Act, 1923," sec. 6  (7))  60,000 00
" British Columbia Loan Act, 1924."   2,600,494 75
" British Columbia Loan Act, 1925 "   249,617 50
Vote 260. Lock-ups     1,320 13
"Government Liquor Act," sec. 108 (1)   (8), Home for Incurables  6,657 21
Braid Bequest Account, Deaf, Dumb, and Blind School  1,061 60
Various votes.    Construction, maintenance, and repairs to buildings  96,875 00
Vote 261. Songhees Reserve   1,172 OS
Special Warrant No. 15.    West Saanich Road  2,906 80
" B.C. University Loan Act, 1920," and Amendment Act, 1925   1,396,854 49
Total    $7,388,409 90 Q 104
Public Works Report
(1925-26).
TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED.
April 1st, 1925, to March 31st, 1926.
GOVEBNMENT BUILDINGS.
Work and Tenderer.
Amount.
Remarks.
Repairs
En
Tranqu
Tranqu
Tranqu
Tranqu
Prince
Clinton
Vancou
and   Alterations,   Ashcroft   Court-.ious
_erby and north bend .
W. M. Orr	
.,    AND
Lock-ups,
$        4,462 00
5,707 00
6,110 40
23,870 00
23.964 00
24,060 00
24,535 00
25,945 00
26,200 00
29,920 00
3,800 00
4,250 00
4,513 80
4,900 00
5,050 00
5,193 00
5,550 00
6,299 00
20.965 00
21,000 00
21.449 50
21,896 00
22,200 00
23.450 00
3,500 00
4,290 00
4,547 00
4,565 00
4,793 40
5,277 00
10,190 00
10,842 00
11,300 00
12,052 00
13,390 00
13,468 00
13,975 00
14,875 00
610 95
635  00
750 00
1,074 00
875 00
ille Boarding-house :
Smith Bros. & Wilson	
E. H. Shockley	
[lee Cottages:
Thos. Carson	
Not awarded.
H. J. Davies	
J. B. Stewart	
E. II, Shockley	
lle Boarding-hocse :
H.  J. Davies	
Kamloops Construction Co	
E. H. Shockley	
lle Cottages:
Thos. Carson	
Rodger & Purdy	
Kamloops Construction  Co	
E. H. Shockley	
Rupert Biological Station :
Mitchell & Currie	
Hanson & Shockley	
:
E. C. Fromey	
Rodger & Purdy	
McBeth & Miller	
Wm. Orr	
. er Court-house :
Chas. Nicol	
A. V. Lewis	
C. J. Seamer	
M. Spieer	 16 Geo. 5
Tenders.
Q 105
Government Builoings—Continued.
Work and Tenderer.
Remarks.
Vancouver Normal School :
H. P. Leek	
J. K. Ramsay	
W. F. Gooding & A. Blackley	
Rodger & Purdy	
* Awarded to H. P. Leek in part only, $1,736
Vancouver Fumigation Station :
Weeks & Co	
Barr & Anderson	
Murray Bros	
Orr Bros. Ltd	
Kimberley Lock-up.
R. E. Crerar	
G. R. Leask	
Mission City Lock-up :
A. B. Catherwood	
!R. P. Wardrop	
Turley Bros	
M. J. Dunphy	
F. P. Rogers	
Kamloops Home Chicken-house :
Kamloops Construction Co	
Robert MacKay	
Smithers Court-house :
Hanson & Shockley	
R.   Moncrieff	
Bulkley Valley Construction Co	
Mitchell & Currie & M. P. McCaffery	
Natal Lock-up :
R. Kerr	
George Cody	
W.  Golightly	
G. Leask	
R. E. Crerar	
Terrace Lock-up :
H. M. Willson	
Courtenay Lock-up:
Turley Bros	
Orr, Bennett & Rushton	
Macdonald & Brethour...	
2,990 00s
3,235 00
3,567 00
3,395 00
1,866
00
2,077
00
Awarded.
2,085
OO
2,087
00
3,840
00
Awarded.
4,065
00
r
5,500
00
5,940
00
Awarded.
5,980
00
6,300
00
6,593
00
757
40
Awarded.
936
00
28,244
00
Awarded.
29,668
00
33,790
20
35,500
00
6,542
00
Awarded.
7,350
00
7,500
00
7,815
00
9,600
00
2,830
65
Not awarded
2,815
00
Awarded.
3,264
00
3,450
00
Wharves.
University of British Columbia.
Electrical Distribution :
Hume & Rumble 	
W. W. Fraser	
C. C. Carter	
C. H. E. Williams Co., Ltd
Jarvis Electric Co., Ltd	
54,550 00
55,000 00
56,350 00
57,800 00
62,100 00
Awarded. Q 106
Public Works Report (1925-26).
University of British Columbia—Continued.
Work and Tenderer.
Amount.
Remarks.
Lands Administration Office :
Mr. Edmondson	
Rodger & Purdy	
F. P. Rogers	
E. H. Shockley	
E. J. Ryan Construction Co.
Smith Bros. & Wilson, Ltd..
4,900 00
5,650 00
5,765 00
6,197 00
6,994 00
7,300 00
Not awarded.
Schools.
Athalmer:
F. P. Rogers	
R. Kerr '..
J. Henderson	
G. Leask	
Deep Creek :
M. C. Dunwoodie..
Millar & Emslie....
Fort Fraser:
A. R.  Brown	
A. P. Anderson....
J. Mclnnes	
Ganges Harbour:
H. O. Allen	
E. C. La Trace....
B. C. Footner	
Hatzic Prairie :
A. B. Catherwood.
J. H. Glbbard	
Turley Bros	
New Hazelton :
E. C. La Trace....
B. Hann	
T.  Cook	
Pender Island :
J. S. Stigings	
D. Robertson	
H. O. Allen	
Turley Bros	
Quesnel:
'S. Norwood	
Sooke:
Eli Hume.-.	
Richardson  Bros..
Curtis T. Muir	
■S. J. Jones	
9,018 00
10,906 00
12,076 00
14,800 00
2,650 00
4,500 00
4,450 00
5,128 00
5,350 00
2,366 00
2,945 00
2,080 00
2,560 00
2,900 00
3,250  00
3,245 00
4,240 00
4,280 00
1,750 00
2,150 00
2,165 00
2,165 00
10,466 00
1,650 00
1,700 00
1,825 00
1,895 00
Awarded.
Awarded.
Not awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Not awarded.
Awarded.
Ferries.
Charter   foe   Operation   of   Ferry   between   West   Vancouver   and
Bowen Island :
Sannie  Transportation  Co.,   Ltd	
C. H. Hooper	
Nil.
$200 per an.
Awarded. irEO.   5
Tenders.
Q 107
Ferries—Continued.
Work and Tenderer.
Amount.
Charter for Operation of Shuswap Lake Ferry (Subsidy)
Shuswap Transportation Co., Ltd	
Frank H. McMahon	
Ladner-Woodward Ferry-boat and Ferry Charter :
Subsidy for Operation between Present Landings, the Ferry-boat to
become the Property of Charterer on Completion of Charter.
(Five-year Charter):
B.C. Ferry Co	
F. M. Yorke & Son	
Subsidy for Operation between Woodward's Landing and Point
marked A on Blue-print, the Ferry-boat to become Property
of Charterer on Completion of Charter (Five-year Charter):
B.C. Ferry Co	
F. M. Yorke & Son	
Subsidy for Operation between Present Landings, the Charterer to
have Option of purchasing Ferry-boat for Sum  of $20,00(1
on Completion of Charter (Five-year Charter):
B.C. Ferry Co	
F. M. Yorke & Son	
G. A. Herrling & L. M. Robson	
for   Operation   between   Woodward's   Landing   and   Point
marked A on Blue-print, the Charterer to have Option of
purchasing Ferry-boat for Sum of $20,000 on Completion of
Charter (Five-year Charter):
B.C. Ferry Co	
F. M. Yorke & Son	
G. A. Herrling & L. M. Robson	
LadnerJWoodward Ferry—Construction of Hull :
Westminster Marine Railway Co., Ltd	
Star Ship Yard Co :	
60 cts. per mile
per an.
$8,000 per an.
6,000 per an.
7,000 per an.
5,000 per an.
12,000 per an.
10,000 per an.
7,000 per an.
11,000 per an.
9,000 per an.
5,000 per an.
12,475 00
14,049 19
Not awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Tender not in
order.
Accepted.
Roads.
Queen's Bay-Ainsworth Road :
Rawlings and La Brash	
Nickson Construction Co	
Cotton  Co	
Stewart & Barber	
G. A. Campbell	
Warburton & Green	
MeCharles & McDougall	
DeWolf & Ham	
A. B. Palmer CO	
B. D. Griffin Co	
Robertson  Bros	
W. P. Tierney & Co	
Golden-Yoho Park Road  (Mile 9.5 to 17.2)
Dawson, Wade & Co	
Cotton Co., Ltd	
Northern Construction Co	
A. B. Palmer Co	
B. D. Griffin Co	
W. P. Tierney & Co	
Pacific Engineers, Ltd	
83,996 00
86,664  60
89,155 00
80,280 40
91,366 00
92,595 80
99,390 00
101,482 70
101,931 50
102,239 50
103,008 05
111,091 00
78,859 20
83,630 00
88,400 75
80,028 25
90,948 50
92,119 83
95,749 25
Awarded.
Accepted. Q 108
Public Works Report (1925-26).
Roads—Continued.
Work and Tenderer.
Amount.
Remarks.
Paving.
Asphaltic  Surfacing, Eburne Bridges and Approaches :
Asphaltic Macadam (Penetration) on Highway Approaches :
$       4,372 50
4,534 20
4,600 20
11,234 08
12,152 25
12,422 30
11,234 08
12,152 25
12,422  30
11,234 08
12,692 25
12,962 40
Not awarded.
Cotton Co., Ltd	
A. B. Palmer Co., Ltd	
Asphaltic Concrete on Spans and Trestle Approaches:
A. B. Palmer Co., Ltd	
Cotton Co.. Ltd..... __ __	
(Alternative.)    Warrenite-Bitulithic (Type A) on Spans and
Approaches :
Trestle
A. B   Palmer Co., Ltd          ...          	
(Alternative.)    Warrenite-Bitulithic (Type B) on Spans and
Approaches:
Trestle
A. B. Palmer Co., Ltd	
Cotton Co., Ltd	
Bridges.
Alexandra :
Piers and Towers:
Robertson Bros., Ltd	
A. B. Palmer Co., Ltd	
Pacific Engineers, Ltd	
Stewart and Barber 	
E.   H.   Shockley  	
Trusses and Floor System:
W.   Greenlees :	
A. B. Palmer Co., Ltd	
Hodgson King and Marble ...	
Anderson River, Stoyoma Creek, and Cisco Creek :
Proposal A—Anderson River:
McCharles. & McDougall 	
A. B. Palmer Co., Ltd	
W. Greenlees	
Proposal B—Stoyoma Creek:
McCharles & McDougall	
A. B. Palmer Co., Ltd	
W. Greenlees	
Proposal G—Cisco Creek:
W.  Greenlees	
A. B. Palmer Co., Ltd	
Proposal D—Anderson River and Stoyoma Creek:
McCharles & McDougall	
A. B. Palmer Co., Ltd	
W.  Greenlees  	
Proposal G—Anderson River, Stoyoma Creek, and Cisco Creek
W.  Greenlees  ..._	
A. B. Palmer Co., Ltd	
20,808 63
29,872 00
29,960 97
32,419 00
33,633 75
25,329 00
30,715 00
35,425 00
8,545 95
14,603 59
16,105 74
8,234 23
13,743 78
13,996 82
14,646 08
16,546 06
16,780 18
28,347 37
29,527 91
44,128 44
44,681 09
Awarded.
Not awarded.
Not awarded
Not awarded.
Not awarded
Awarded.
Not awarded. 16 Geo. 5
Tenders.
Q 109
Bridges—Continued.
Work and Tenderer.
Amount.
Remarks.
Kanaka Creek :
$      5,480 05
5,745 18
5,755 19
5,830 75
6,017 67
6,412 54
7,373 83
23,199 60
23,995 30
28,150 70
29,154 95
34,6'70 31
1,125 00
Awarded.
C.  F.  Robinson  	
B. H. Shockley 	
Harrison River :
Cleaning and Painting lJ/0-foot Steel Swing-span:
1
VICTORIA,  B.C. :
Printed by Charles F.  Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1926.
525-1120-5408  As af September 1926
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
HIGHWAY SYSTEM
OF
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA,
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS ,
VICTORIA, B.C.,

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