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 ESTIMATES
OF   THE
REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE
OF   THE   PROVINCE   OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA
FISCAL YEAE ENDING 31 ST MAECH
1932
AS EMBODIED IN SUPPLY ACT, 1931
PRINTED  BY
AUTHORITY OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.
VICTORIA,  B.C. :
Printed by Charles F. Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1931. ESTIMATED KEVENITE
FISCAL YEAR ENDING 31ST MARCH, 1032
Estimated
for Fiscal Year
1930-31.
SERVICE.
$29,000.00
500.00
10,000.00
$39,500.00
$95,000.00
5,000.00
200.000.00
4,750,000.00
55,000.00
130,000.00
400,000.00
100,000.00
250,000.00
2,125,000.00
25,000.00
25,000.00
6,000.00
15,000.00
30,000.00
10,000.00
10,000.00
$8,231,000.00
$2,400.00
$2,400.00
$29,151.06
190,000.00
419,665.60
100,000.00
$738,816.66
CURRENT ACCOUNT.
Department of Agriculture:
Horticultural Inspection Fees and Licences..
Seed-grain Advance Refunds	
Miscellaneous Receipts 	
Total, Department of Agriculture 	
Department of the Attorney-General :
Court Fees and Fines 	
Dog Licences 	
" Game Act " Fees and Licences	
"Government Liquor Act" 	
" Insurance Act " 	
Companies Branch	
Land Registry Fees	
Law Stamps	
" Motor-vehicle Act " :
Registration Fees, etc    $265,000.00
Annual    Licences,    Motor-vehicles
(except Motor-cycles)  2,155,000.00
Annual Licences, Chauffeurs       25,000.00
$35,009.00
500.00
14,500.00
$90,000.00
5,000.00
215,000.00
4,500,000.00
55,000.00
125,000.00
375,000.00
100,000.00
" Moving Pictures Act " 	
Real-estate Agents	
Sheriffs' Fees	
Trade Licences 	
" Administration Act "—Fees,
Miscellaneous Receipts 	
etc.
2,445,000.00
33,250.00
6,000.00
16,000.00
30,000.00
12,000.00
21,900.00
Total, Department of the Attorney-General
Department of Education :
Teachers' Examinations and Certificates-
Miscellaneous Receipts 	
$2,750.00
250.00
Total, Department of Education
Department of Finance :
Dominion of Canada:
Annual Interest 	
Annual Subsidy	
Annual Grant per Capita	
Annual Grant for Lands conveyed	
$29,151.06
190,000.00
488,665.60
100,000.00
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$50,000.00
8,029,150.00
3,000.00
Carried forward      $807,816.66    $8,082,150.00 ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Z 3
Estimated
for Fiscal Year
1930-31.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$738,816.66
220,000.00
200,000.00
2,000,000.00
550,000.00
5,000,000.00
19,080.00
210,000.00
1,580,000.00
735,000.00
500,000 00
150,000.00
125,000.00
216,000.00
15,000.00
8,000.00
607,000.00
850,000.00
38,500.00
50,000.00
60,000.00
$13,872,396.66
$150,000.00
$1,000.00
$15,000,
150,000
350,000.
15,000.
75,000
1,400,000
2,025,000
750,000,
230,000
11,000
$5,021,000.00
CURRENT ACCOUNT— Con tinned.
Brought forward ■    $807,816.66    $8,082,150.00
Department of Finance—Continued.
Amusement Tickets Tax  220,000.00
Coal and Coke Tax   150,000.00
Gasoline Tax   1,950,000.00
Fuel-oil Tax 	
Income and Personal Property Tax   6,500,000.00
Interest:
" Dyking Assessments Adjustment Act "   19,080.00
Miscellaneous     250,000.00
Land Taxes:
Real Property   1,575,000.00
Wild Lands, Coal and Timber Lands  700,000.00
Mineral Tax   500,000.00
Poll Tax   150,000.00
Probate Fees   125,000.00
Races Tax   185,000.00
Rents, Miscellaneous  12,000.00
Revenue Service Refunds   8,000.00
Rural District School Taxes  610,000.00
Succession Duty   750,000.00
Trust Deposits reverted to Crown    33,500.00
Unworked Crown-granted Mineral Claims  50,000.00
Miscellaneous Receipts  10,000.00
Total, Department of Finance       14,605,396.66
Department of Fisheries :
Fishing and Cannery Licences   175,000.00
Department of Labour :
Elevator Inspection and Examination Fees   1,000.00
Department of Lands :
Grazing Rentals. Leases, and Fees  $15,000.00
Land Revenue—Sundry   200,000.00
Land Sales   200,000.00
Survey Fees and Sale of Maps  15,000.00
Timber Leases  70,000.00
Timber Licences  1,040,000.00
Timber Royalties   2,025,000.00
Timber Sales   700,000.00
Water Rentals and Recording Fees  225,000.00
Miscellaneous Receipts  6,000.00
Total, Department of Lands        4,496,000.00
Carried forward   $27,359,546.66 Z 4
ESTIMATES  (1931-32).
Estimated
for Fiscal Year
1930-31.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued.
Rrauaht forward...  ' 	
$27,359,546.66
$2,000.00
Legislation :
Private Bill Fees	
2,000.00
Department of Mines:
Bureau of Mines  :	
Free Miners' Certificates 	
$650.00
70,000.00
600.00
100,000.00
$650.00
80,000.00
650.00
140,000.00
Mining Receipts, General	
$221,300.00
Total, Department of Mines	
171,250.00
Department of the Provincial Secretary :
$25,000.00
25,000.00
11,900.00
1,500.00
$25,000.00
25,000.00
10,000.00
1,500.00
Marriage Licences 	
Vital Statistics, etc	
Miscellaneous Receipts 	
$61,500.00
Total, Department of the Provincial Seci
Department of Public Works :
Traffic Control 	
etary	
63,400.00
$20,000.00
1,000.00
1,500.00
$100,000.00
1,500.00
Miscellaneous Receipts	
$101,500.00
Total, Department of Public Works 	
22,500.00
Department of Railways :
Inspection Fees ,	
$4,000.00
76,000.00
$4,000.00
80,000.00
$84,000.00
80,000.00
Total, Current Account 	
$27,787,596.66
$27,698,696.66
CAPITAL ACCOUNT.
Refunds of Capital Expenditures:
Charged to Income 	
Charged to Loans	
$40,000.00
350,000.00
$2,950.00
325,000.00
$327,950.00
Total, Capital Account	
Total Estimated Revenue for Fiscal Year 1931-32....
390,000.00
$28,115,546.66
$28,088,696.66 MAIN ESTIMATES
ESTIMATED EXPENDITTJEE
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING 31st MARCH, 1932
SUMMARY
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
To be Voted.
Statutory.
Total.
5,248,160.58
$127,050.00
$18,570.00
$1,980.00
$14,100.00
39,970.00
3,271.00
3,710.00
17,464.00
26,998.00
13,500.00
28,390.00
11,580.00
32,848.00
55,004.00
24,675.00
17,165.00
15,194.00
26,484.00
243,032.50
$573,385.50
$12,540.00
25,744.00
23,403.00
10.00
7,946.00
12,720.00
27,295.00
8,165.00
3,138.00
172,474.00
67,475.00
609,118.00
•1
$970,028.00
CURRENT ACCOUNT.
Page.
1. Public Debt      9-11
2. Legislation           12
3. Premier's Office        12
4. The    Executive    (Ministers    without
Portfolio)         13
Department of Agriculture:
5. Minister's Office        13
6. General Office        13
7. Workshop and Shipping Office  13-14
8. Statistics         14
9. Markets Branch        14
10. Horticultural Branch   14-15
11. Control of Fruit and Vegetable Pests,
Diseases, etc        15
12. Plant Quarantine Branch         15
13. Plant Pathology and Entomology  15-16
14. Live Stock Branch         16
15. District Agriculturists         17
16. Veterinary Branch          17
17. Field Crop Branch   17-18
18. Dairy Branch         17
       Land Settlement Board   (now Department of Lands)         18
19-46.      Miscellaneous Votes   19-20
Department of the Attorney-General :
47. Attorney-General's Office        20
48. General Office  20-21
49. Companies Branch   21-22
50. " Fire Marshal Act "        22
51. Municipal Branch         23
52. Censor of Moving Pictures         23
53. Sheriffs' Offices   23-24
54. Official Administrator, Vancouver        24
55. Official Guardian  24-25
56. Land Registry Offices   25-27
57. Supreme and County Courts   27-29
58. Provincial Police  29-30
Carried forward	
1,459,742.06
125,050.00
17,362.00
1,000.00
13,950.00
26,046.00
2,040.00
3,585.50
14,840.00
25,704.00
10,000.00
29,120.00
16,750.00
23,228.00
51,932.00
22,710.00
13,720.00
27,092.00
158,732.50
$439,450.00
$12,350.00
26,110.00
36,432.00
10.00
7,812.00
14,538.00
27,255.00
9,095.00
3,224.00
149,358.00
66,897.00
638,561.00
$5,459,742.06
125,050.00
17,362.00
1,000.00
439,450.00
,642.00         $6,042,604.06 Z 6
ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
To be Voted.
Statutory.
Total.
$970,028.00
126,064.00
59.
28,135.00
60.
201,000.00
61.
119,700.00
62-66.
819,270.00
Stat.
Stat.
1,000,000.00
$3,264,197.00
$12,570.00
67.
32,360.00
68.
114,842.00
69.
25,255.00
70.
82,480.00
71.
94,510.00
72.
74,015.00
73.
30,445.00
74.
1,665,000.00
75.
725,000.00
76.
135,000.00
77.
132,750.00
78-84.
587,700.00
85.
86.
87.
595,000.00
Stat.
$4,306,927.00
$12,960.00
88.
41,922.00
89.
90.
11,390.00
71,240.00
91.
116,500.00
92.
93.
14,894.00
614,931.00
94.
121,750.00
95-104.
Stat.
570,000.00
210,000.00
75,000.00
Stat.
$1,860,587.00
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued.
Brought forward	
Page.
Department of the Attorney-General
—Continued.
County Gaols   30-31
Girls' Industrial School          32
Game Branch   32-33
Miscellaneous Votes         33
" Mothers' Pensions Act," Sec. 10         33
" Government Liquor Act," Sec. 118 (1)
(c)—Municipalities, share of profits..       33
Department of Education :
Minister's Office         34
General Office        34
Text-book Branch   34-35
Correspondence Courses   35-36
Industrial Education         36
Inspection of Schools   36-37
Normal Schools   37-38
School for the Deaf and the Blind         38
Per Capita Grants          39
Teachers' Salaries          39
School Buildings         39
Miscellaneous Votes        39
University of British Columbia        39
Scholarships for University Students....       39
Special Grant to Victoria College        39
Rural District School Taxes         40
Department of Finance:
Minister's Office        40
General Office   40-41
Inspector of Trust Companies, Probate
and Succession Duties          41
Controlling and Audit Branch  41-42
Surveyor of Taxes  42-44
Agent-General's Office, B.C. House, and
Overseas   Markets   Branch,   London,
England   44-45
Government Agents and Assessors, etc... 45-59
Miscellaneous Votes         CO
" MunicipalitcesAid Act," R.S.B.C. 1924:
Share of motor-vehicles and chauffeurs' licences         60
Pari-mutuel taxes         60
" Superannuation Act "—Interest          00
Carried forward	
$991,642.00
103,063.00
26,960.00
206,445.00
126,250.00
$1,454,360.00
$12,420.00
31,256.00
91,650.00
28,749.00
67,170.00
103,175.00
67,036.00
30,534.00
2,184,900.00
755,000.00
117,600.00
136,920.00
462,700.00
25,000.00
3,000.00
$4,117,110.00
$12,960.00
37,656.00
11,360.00
71,376.00
108,756.00
18,834.00
607,223.00
107,150.00
$975,315.00
$871,350.00
1,000,000.00
3,042,6041
$1,871,350.00
3,325,710.1
$620,000.00
$620,000.00
4,737,110.'
$570,000.00
175,000.00
200.00
$745,200.00
1,720,515.
$15,825,939. ESTIMATES  (1931-32).
Z 7
Estimated
_xpenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
$45,050.00
1.00
18,396.00
5,767.00
41,966.00
8,288.00
629,720.00
$704,617.00
$12,465.00
510,360.00
12,500.00
166,250.00
894,000.00
70,000.00
L,665,575.00
$13,325.00
22,058.00
43,842.00
18,930.00
14,130.00
8,000.00
185,000.00
2,000.00
$307,285.00
$11,010.00
16,328.00
34,897.00
125,346.00
33,794.00
22,570.00
11,680.00
842,180.00
24,661.00
310,011.00
,432,477.00
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
To be Voted.
Statutory.
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued.
Brought forward	
Page.
105. Department of Fisheries         60
Department of Labour:
106. Minister's Office   61
107. General Office  61
108. Minimum Wage Board  61
109. Employment Service  61-64
110. Factories Inspection   65
Stat. " Old-age Pension Act"   65
Department of Lands :
111. Minister's Office  65
112. Salaries   ?.  66-74
113. Temporary Assistance   74
114. Expenses, General Office and Branches 74
115. Colonization    and    Land     Settlement
Board   75
116-133A.    Miscellaneous Votes   75
Stat.      Forest Reserve Account  76
Department of Mines :
134. Minister's Office         76
135. General Office        76
136. Mines Inspection Branch   76-77
137. Bureau of Mines          77
138. Mine-rescue and Training Stations  77-78
139. Grants           78
140-145.      Miscellaneous Votes         78
Stat.      "■ Complex Ore Process Aid Act, 1916 "..       78
Department of the Provincial Secretary :
146. Minister's Office        78
147. General Office         ?9
148. Postal Branch         79
149. Provincial Board of Health   79-80
150. Provincial Library and Archives         81
151. " Public Libraries Act "  81-82
152. Provincial Museum         82
153. Mental Hospitals  82-85
154. Provincial Home, Kamloops         86
155. Tubercular Hospital and Farm   86-87
Carried forward	
$36,460.00
$480.00
17,404.00
5,322.00
41,008.00
7,788.00
$72,002.00
$11,915.00
518,659.00
5,000.00
125,000.00
23,410.00
696,250.00
$1,380,234.00
$13,325.00
21,376.00
41,210.00
18,440.00
13,750.00
7,500.00
164,000.00
$279,601.00
$10,900.00
17,966.00
34,172.00
137,324.00
27,832.00
26,130.00
9,320.00
800,000.00
27,265,00
287,221.35
$1,378,130.35
$627,500.00
$627,500.00
$84,750.00
$84,750.00
Total.
$15,825,939.06
36,460.00
699,502.00
1,464,984.00
279,601.00
$18,306,486.06 Z 8
ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
To be Voted.
Statutory.
Total.
$1,432,477.00
79,988.20
69,941.00
20,152.00
11,932.00
51,515.00
10.00
6,212.00
1,606,982.00
$3,279,209.20
$12,360.00
339,484.00
208,130.00
32,028.00
2,499,000.00
10,000.00
400,750.00
9,650.00
11,044.00
$3,522,446.00
$24,548.00
40,300.00
$64,848.00
£24,989,887.28
$1,939,927.75
210,000.00
907,200.00
9,700.00
16,000.00
$3,082,827.75
$28,072,715.03
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued.
Brought fonoard	
Page.
Department of the Provincial Secretary
-    —Continued.
156. Boys' Industrial School         88
157. Administration of " Infants Act"  88-89
158. Provincial Home for Incurables         89
159. Civil Service Commission         90
160. Administration    of    " Superannuation
Act" and " Teachers' Pensions Act ".. 90-91
161. King's Printer   91-92
162. Government House         92
163-177.      Miscellaneous Votes   92-93
Department of Public Works :
178. Minister's Office        94
179. Administration   94-96
180. Maintenance  of  Parliament  Buildings
and Grounds   96-98
181. Government House—Maintenance         98
182. Roads, Bridges, Ferries, Wharves, etc...       98
183. Local    Highways    within    Municipal
Limits          99
184. Repairs,    etc.,    Government   Buildings
throughout the Province   99
185. Steam-boiler Inspection   99
186. Electrical Energy Inspection   99
186a.    Unemployment Relief   99
Department of Railways :
187. General Office 99-100
188. Fraser River Bridge, New Westminster     100
Total, Current Account 	
CAPITAL ACCOUNT.
189. Sinking Funds  101-102
190. Redemption of Debentures          103
191. Pacific Great Eastern Railway          103
192. British Columbia House, London, Eng...        103
  Miscellaneous Votes          103
Total, Capital Account ;	
Total, Estimated Expenditure for Fiscal Tear 1931-32
$1,378,130.35
78,810.60
75,785.00
12,198.00
12,888.00
45,810.00
10.00
6,712.00
1,537,650.00
$3,147,993.95
$12,360.00
310,794.00
151,330.00
27,610.00
2,495,000.00
1,000.00
209,939.00
3,070.00
11,947.00
100,000.00
$3,323,050.00
$24,818.00
52,100.00
$76,918.00
£20,289,648.01
$2,098,682.75
210,000.00
907,200.00
9,700.00
$3,225,582.75
$23,515,230.76
$3,948,800.00
$3,948,800.00
1 =
!,306,486.
3,147,993.
3,323,050
76,918
$24,854,448
3,225,58
$28,080,03'
!
0 MAIN ESTIMATES
ESTIMATES OE EXPENDITURE
OF THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING 31ST MARCH, 1932
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$297,658.08
327,375.00
150,000.00
120,000.00
10,000.00
15,000.00
15,000.00
5,000.00
10,000.00
7,250.00
165,000.00
60,000.00
30,000.00
30,000.00
60,000.00
40,000.00
2,115.00
75,000.00
20,000.00
12,500.00
39,487.50
5,000.00
25,000.00
35,000.00
8,460.00
9,075.00
31,725.00
45,000.00
14,940.00
12,375.00
2,700.00
$1,680,660.58
1. PUBLIC DEBT.
Inscribed Stock.
"Loan Acts, 1891,  1893,  1895,  1899, and 1902 "—Interest  @ 3%  on
$9,921,936, due 1st January and 1st July       $297,658.08
"Loan Act, 1914"—Interest @ 4y3% on $7,275,000, due 1st April and
1st October        327,375.00
Interest.
Amount of
Debentures.
Debentures.
Series.
Interest Payable.
Loan Act:
1916 5% $3,000,000 " V" Jan. 2 and July 2  150,000.00
1916 6% 2,000,000 " DH" June 15 and Dec. 15  120,000.00
1917 5% 200,000 "II" April 1 and Oct. 1  10,000.00
1917 5% 300,000 «T1" May 16 and Nov. 16  15,000.00
1917 5% 300,000 " Gl" June 1 and Dec. 1  15,000.00
1917 5% 100,000 " Ml" May 1 and Nov. 1  5,000.00
1917 5% 200,000 " Ol & PI " June 1 and Dec. 1  10,000.00
1917 5% 145,000 Pt. "EM" Jan. 12 and July 12  7,250.00
1918 5%% 3,000,000 " S" Mar. 5 and Sept. 5  165,000.00
1918 6% 1,000,000 ' DI" June 15 and Dec. 15  60,000.00
1919 0% 500,000 " DR" April 26 and Oct. 26  30,000.00
1920 6% 500,000 " DS " April 26 and Oct. 26  30,000.00
1921 0% 1,000,000 " DT" April 26 and Oct. 26  60,000.00
1921 5% 800,000 Pt. " EM" Jan. 12 and July 12  40,000.00
1921 4y2% 47,000 Pt. "FG" May 1 and Nov. 1  2,115.00
1921 (S.S.) 5% 1,500,000 " DX " Jan. 15 and July 15  75,000.00
1921 (S.S.) 5% 400,000 " EB " June 25 and Dec. 25  20,000.00
1921 (S.S.) 5% 250,000 Pt. " EM " Jan. 12 and July 12  12,500.00
1921 (S.S.)    41/2% 860,000 Pt. "EV*" June 29 and Dec. 29  37,912.50
1921 (S.S.) 5% 100,000 «FT» April 25 and Oct. 25.... 5,000.00
1922 5% 500,000 " DY" Jan. 15 and July 15  25,000.00
1922 5% 700,000 " ED" June 25 and Dec. 25  35,000.00
1922 41/2% 188,000 "FH" May 1 and Nov. 1  8,460.00
1923 5% 181,500 Pt. " EM " Jan. 12 and July 12  9,075.00
1923 4%% 705,000 " FC" Mar. 25 and Sept. 25  31,725.00
1924 41/2% 1,000,000 "EQ" Jan. 2 and July 2  45,000.00
1924 4%% 332,000 " Fl" May 1 and Nov. 1  14,940.00
1925 41/2% 275,000 " FD" Mar. 25 and Sept. 25  12,375.00
1925 4y2% 60,000 " FJ" May 1 and Nov. 1  2,700.00
Carried forward    $1,679,085.58 Z 10
ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
1.
PUBLIC DEBT-
-Continued.
Debentcres—Continued.
$1,680,660.58
Brounht foriira
rl
$1,679,085.58
Loan Ac
Interest.
Amount of
Debentures.
Series.
Interest Payable.
77,625.00
1927
4%%
$1,725,000
" FE "
Mar. 25 and Sept. 25...
77,625.00
2,025.00
1927
4%%
45,000
" FB "
Mar. 25 and Sept. 25...
2,025.00
•     4,950.00
1927
4y2%
110,000
" FK "
May 1 and Nov. 1	
4,950.00
40,000.00
1927
4%
1,000,000
" FL "
June 1 and Dec. 1	
40,000.00
90,000.00
1927
41/2%
2,000,000
" FM "
April 1 and Oct. 1
90,000.00
Dyking Debentures:
15,575.00
1S99J
3y2%
445,000
15,575.00
Better Housing Act,
1919:
68,075.00
5%
1,361,500
" DD "
June 30 and Dec. 31	
68,075.00
17,000.00
5%
340,000
" DJ "
June 30 and Dec. 31
17,000.00
Department of Industries Act, 1919
60,000.00
6%
1,000,000
" DN "
Feb. 15 and Aug. 15
60,000.00
B.C. University Loan Act, 1920.
15,000.00
5%
300,000
" EC "
June 25 and Dec. 25	
15,000.00
50,000.00
5%
1,000,000
" EH "
Jan. 12 and July 12	
50,000.00
7,500.00
5%
150,000
Pt.
" EM "
Jan. 12 and July 12	
7,500.00
11,250.00
4%%
250,000
" FA "
Mar. 25 and Sept. 25	
11,250.00
B.C. Highway Loan
Act, 1920:
120,000.00
0%
2,000,000
" DQ "
April 1 and Oct. 1	
120,000.00
30,000.00
5%
600,000
" EA "
June 25 and Dec. 25	
30,000.00
50,000.00
5%
1,000,000
" EE "
Jan. 25 and July 25	
50,000.00
P.G.E. Construction Loan Act:
1,275.00
1920
5%
25,500
Pt.
" EM "
Jan. 12 and July 12	
1,275.00
60,000.00
1921
6%
1,000,000
" DM "
Feb. 15 and Aug. 15	
60,000.00
22,400.00
1921
5%
448,000
Pt.
" EM "
Jan. 12 and Julv 12	
22,400.00
11,835.00
1921
4y2%
263,000
Pt.
" FG "
May 1 and Nov. 1	
11,835.00
Revenue
Act Amendment Act, 1922:
50,000.00
'5%
1,000,000
" EF "
Jan. 25 and July 25	
50,000.00
102,115.00
5%
2,042,300
" EG "
Jan. 12 and July 12	
102,115.00
Revenue
Act, R.S.B.C. 1924:
180,000.00
4y2%
4,000,000
" EU "
Jan. 15 and July 15	
180,000.00
197,437.50
4%%
4,300,000
Pt.
" EV "
Dec. 29 and June 29	
189,562.50
180,000.00
4%%
4,000,000
" FN "
April 1 and Oct. 1	
180,000.00
288,765.00
4y2%
6,417,000
" FO "
Jan. 23 and July 23	
288,765.00
202,800.00
5%
4,056,000
" FP "
April 25 and Oct. 25	
202,800.00
100,000.00
5%
2,000,000
" FQ "
April 25 and Oct. 25	
100,000.00
50,000.00
5%
1,000,000
" FR "
April 25 and Oct. 25	
50,000.00
145,000.00
5%
2,900,000
" FS "
April 25 and Oct. 25	
145,000.00
151,825.00
5%
3,036,500
" FU "
Sept. 24 and Mar. 24	
151,825.00
4%%        3,203,000
Carried forwa
■d
" FV "
April 2 and Oct. 2
144,135.00
$4,083,113.08
$4,217,798.08 ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Z 11
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
1.
$4,083,113.08
PUBLIC DEBT—Continued.
Brought forward    $4,217,798.08
Treasury Bills.
Interest.
Amount of
Treasury Bills.
Revenue Act, R.S.B.C. 1924:
5%'%      $3,000,000
4% 4,000,000
3%% 500,000
4%   -        3,015,000
Series.
" TBD "
" TBE "
" TBI "
" TBK "
Interest Payable.
May 25 and Nov. 25..
May 28	
Aug. 20	
June 15 and Dec. 15..
B.C. Loan (Consolidated Revenue) Act, 1930:
1,125,000.00
$5,208,113.08
1,972.50
$5,206,140.58
$22,500.00
$1,500.00
5,820.00
300.00
6,900.00
5,000.00
$19,520.00
$5,248,160.58
3y2%
4%
2,000,000
1,000,000
1 TBH'
'TBL'
Aug. 20	
June 15 and Dec. 15..
165,000.00
80,000.00
8,750.00
120,600.00
35,000.00
40,000.00
On issues sold as repayment of:
Series TBD, $3,000,000, 3 mos  $35,000.00
Series TBE, $4,000,000, 10 mos  150,000.00
Series TBF & TBG, $4,000,000, 1 year  180,000.00
Series TBH & TBI, $2,500,000, 7 mos  65,800.00
$130,800.00
On Treasury Bills sold to The Canadian Bank of Commerce      315,000.00
On new borrowings  ,     125,000.00
Less accrued interest on maturities..
Premium and Exchange.
On drafts for interest remittances  (approximately)	
Discount and Commission.
% of 1% Commission to Loan Trustees on sums annually invested	
Annual Commission for inscribing and paying interest
on Inscribed Stock 	
Brokerage, Dividend Warrant Stamps, and postage
in London 	
Commission on payment of interest on Loans	
Other discounts and commissions 	
870,800.00
$5,537,948.08
120,226.02
$5,417,722.06
22,500.00
$1,500.00
5,820.00
300.00
6,900.00
5,000.00
19,520.00
Total of Vote No. 1    $5,459,742.06 Z 12
ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$96,000.00
6,000.00
2,000.00
1,800.00
500.00
$106,300.00
$1,200.00
600.00
480.00
270.00
240.00
2,600.00
540.00
1,160.00
300.00
$7,390.00
$500.00
1,350.00
8,730.00
180.00
600.00
1,500.00
500.00
$13,360.00
$127,050.00
$9,000.00
2,400.00
2,280.00
1,620.00
840.00
$16,140.00
1,080.00
1,350.00
2. LEGISLATION.
Members' Indemnities:
Forty-eight @ $2,000 each   $96,000.00
Mileage  6,000.00
Allowance to the Leader of the Opposition  2,000.00
Mr. Speaker, Sessional allowance   1,800.00
Deputy Speaker, Sessional allowance  500.00
$106,300.00
Salaries:
Clerk of the House, Sessional allowance   $1,200.00
Law Clerk, Sessional allowance   600.00
Sergeant-at-Arms   480.00
Deputy Sergeant-at-Arms    270.00
Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms   240.00
Attendants   2,600.00
Pages   540.00
Stenographers   1,160.00
Unforeseen and unprovided   300.00
7,390.00
Expenses:
Empire Parliamentary Association subscription   $500.00
Office supplies, etc  1,350.00
Printing, binding, etc  6,730.00
Furniture and equipment   180.00
Select Standing Committees   600.00
Dining-room     1,500.00
Incidentals   500.00
11,360.00
Total of Vote No. 2       $125,050.00
$18,570.00
3. PREMIER'S OFFICE.
Salaries:
The Premier   $9,000.00
Secretary  2,400.00
Secretary  (Assistant)   	
Clerk and Stenographer   1,620.00
Confidential Stenographer   1,092.00
Junior Stenographer   900.00
$15,012.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc ..        1,000.00
Travelling expenses, etc         1,350.00
Total of Vote No. 3  <        $17,362.00 ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Z 13
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Y^ar
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$1,980.00
$7,500.00
2,520.00
1,380.00
$11,400.00
450.00
2,250.00
$14,100.00
$4,000.00
3,000.00
2,340.00
2,000.00
1,900.00
1,380.00
660.00
540.00
2,640.00
1,092.00
948.00
780.00
240.00
$21,520.00
16,200.00
2,250.00
$39,970.00
$1,840.00
1,260.00
$3,100.00
THE EXECUTIVE  (MINISTERS WITHOUT
PORTFOLIO).
Expenses of Ministers without Portfolio
$1,000.00
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.
5. Minister's Office.
Salaries:
The Minister        $7,500.00
Secretary           2,520.00
Stenographer          1,380.00
$11,400.00
Expenses: f
Office supplies, etc. .:  300.00
Travelling expenses, etc        2,250.00
Total of Vote No. 5         $13,950.00
6. Geneeal Office.
Salaries:
Deputy Minister and Provincial Apiarist   $4,500.00
Executive Assistant   3,000.00
Chief Clerk  2,340.00
Accountant  2,000.00
Assistant Accountant   1,900.00
Clerk  1,380.00
Junior Clerk   660.00
Junior Clerk 	
Two Clerk-Stenographers    2,640.00
Stenographer   1,140.00
Stenographer   996.00
Stenographer 	
Temporary  assistance  240.00
$20,796.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        2,500.00
Travelling expenses, etc        2,750.00
Total of Vote No. 6   26,046.00
7. Workshop and Shipping Office.
Salaries:
General Assistant       $1,840.00
Temporary assistance 	
Carried forward       $1,840.00       $39,996.00 Z 14
ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
193,1-32.
$3,100.00
45.00
126.00
$3,271.00
$2,020.00
4o0.00
990.00
250.00
$3,710.00
$3,300.00
2,880.00
1,284.00
250.00
$7,714.00
3,150.00
3,600.00
3,000.00
$17,464.00
$3,600.00
5,280.00
2,580.00
2,400.00
1,960.00
1,800.00
1,248.00
780.00
$19,648.00
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE—Continued.
Workshop and Shipping Office—Continued.
Brought forioard  $1,840.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  50.00
Travelling expenses, etc  150.00
Total of Vote No. 7 	
Statistics.
Salaries:
Statistician         $2,020.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  450.00
Travelling expenses, etc  865.50
Casual labour and other expenses   250.00
Total of Vote No. 8 	
Markets Branch.
Salaries:
Director of Markets   $3,300.00
Prairie Representative   2,880.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,320.00
Stenographer   840.00
Temporary assistance 	
$8,340.00
Expenses :
Office supplies, etc        1,250.00
Travelling expenses, etc        2,750.00
Fruit-marketing displays, labour, supplies, etc        2,500.00
Total of Vote No. 9 	
10. Horticultural Branch.
Salaries:
Director of Plant Industry   $3,600.00
Two District Horticulturists   5,280.00
District Horticulturist   2,580.00
District Horticulturist   2,400.00
Secretary (Victoria)   1,960.00
Clerk (Vernon)   1,800.00
Stenographer  (Victoria)    1,284.00
Stenographer (Penticton) 	
Carried forward   $18,904.00
$39,996.00
2,040.00
3,585.50
14,840.00
$60,461.50 ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Z 15
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$19,648.00
5,850.00
1,500.00
$26,998.00
$13,500.00
$13,500.00
$2,880.00
2,140.00
2,140.00
2,060.00
2,040.00
1,940.00
1,960.00
1,820.00
1,020.00
780.00
$18,780.00
1,260.00
1,350.00
7,000.00
$28,390.00
$2,880.00
2,400.00
$5,280.00
450.00
900.00
$6,630.00
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE—Continued.
10. Horticultural Branch—Continued. '
Brought forward     $18,904.00       $60,461.50
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  800.00
Travelling expenses, etc  5,000.00
Casual labour, supplies, etc  1,000.00
Total of Vote No. 10  25,704.00
11. Control of Fruit and Vegetable Pests, Diseases, etc.
Labour, material, supplies, etc     $10,000.00
Total of Vote No. 11  10,000.00
12. Plant Quarantine Branch.
Salaries:
Chief Plant Quarantine Officer  $2,880.00
Assistant Chief Plant Quarantine Officer  2,140.00
Plant Quarantine Inspector   2,100.00
Plant Quarantine Inspector   1,960.00
Plant Quarantine Inspector   2,040.00
Plant Quarantine Inspector   1,920.00
Plant Quarantine Inspector   1,920.00
Plant Quarantine Inspector   1,800.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,020.00
Clerk-Stenographer   840.00
$18,620.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        1,500.00
Travelling expenses, etc        1,500.00
Casual labour and other expenses        7,500.00
Total of Vote No. 12  29,120.00
13. Plant Pathology and Entomology.
Salaries:
Plant Pathologist   $2,880.00
Assistant Plant Pathologist   2,400.00
Assistant Entomologist  2,280.00
Laboratory Assistant  1,020.00
Apiary Inspector  1,920.00
$10,500.00
Expenses:
Office and laboratory supplies, etc        1,250.00
Travelling expenses, etc .'        3,800.00
Casual labour and other expenses         1,200.00
Total of Vote No. 13 .".        16,750.00
Carried forward        $142,035.50 Z 16
ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$2,340.00
1,020.00
150.00
$3,510.00
540.00
900.00
$4,950.00
$3,300.00
2,520.00
2,100.00
1,800.00
1,800.00
1,080.00
900.00
948.00
$14,448.00
4,050.00
1,500.00
$19,998.00
$2,760.00
2,140.00
2,100.00
900.00
$7,900.00
4,950.00
$12,850.00
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE—Continued.
Brought forward       $142,035.50
Entomological Branch.
(Combined with Plant Pathology, Vote 13.)
Salaries:
Assistant Entomologist	
Laboratory Assistant	
Temporary assistance 	
Expenses:
Office and laboratory supplies, etc	
Travelling expenses, etc	
14. Live Stock Branch.
Salaries:
Director of Animal Industry        $3,300.00
Poultry Commissioner        2,760.00
Assistant Live Stock Commissioner          2,520.00
Brand Recorder         2,100.00
Brand Inspector 	
Secretary and Inspector         2,100.00
Stenographer  (Kamloops)   	
Stenographer  (Kamloops)     900.00
Stenographer  (Victoria)     948.00
Stenographer  (Victoria)    900.00
$15,528.00 x
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  700.00
Travelling expenses, etc         5,000.00
Casual labour and other expenses         2,000.00
Total of Vote No. 14   23,228.00
Poultry' Branch.
(Combined with Live Stock Branch, Vote 14.)
Salaries:
Poultry Commissioner	
Poultry Instructor	
Poultry Instructor	
Stenographer 	
Expenses:
Travelling expenses, etc	
Carried forward       $165,263.50 ESTIMATES  (1931-32).
Z 17
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
(3)
$2,340.00
4,800.00
4,560.00
2,140.00
6,060.00
1,960.00
1,960.00
1,840.00
1,920.00
1,800.00
1,660.00
1,044.00
840.00
780.00
$33,704.00
4,950.00
14,850.00
1,500.00
$55,004.00
$2,760.00
(5)   11,100.00
$13,860.00
315.00
9,000.00
1,500.00
$24,675.00
$2,700.00
2,280.00
1,680.00
780.00
$7,440.00
2
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE—Continued.
Brought forward       $165,263.50
15. District Agriculturists.
Salaries:
District Agriculturist   $2,340.00
Two District Agriculturists @ $2,400 ,.  4,800.00
Two District Agriculturists @ $2,280  ,  4,560.00
District Agriculturist   2,140.00
Two District Agriculturists @ $2,020  4,040.00
District Agriculturist   2,140.00
Assistant District Agriculturist   1,960.00
Assistant District Agriculturist   1,920.00
Assistant District Agriculturist  1,840.00
Assistant District Agriculturist   1,920.00
Assistant District Agriculturist   1,800.00
Assistant District Agriculturist  1,660.00
Stenographer  (Courtenay)    1,092.00
Stenographer  (Cranbrook)   900.00
Stenographer  (Smithers)     780.00
Stenographer  (Penticton)   780.00
$34,672.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        3,000.00
Travelling expenses, etc       13,260.00
Casual labour and other expenses         1,000.00
Total  of  Vote  No.   15  51,932.00
16. Veterinary Branch.
Salaries:
Chief Veterinary Inspector        $2,880.00
Four Veterinary Inspectors @ $2,340         9,360.00
$12,240.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  370.00
Travelling expenses, etc         7,100.00
Casual labour and other expenses 	
In aid of Resident Veterinary Inspectors         3,000.00
Total of Vote No. 16         22,710.00
17. Field Crop Branch.
Salaries:
Field Crop Commissioner       $2,700.00
Assistant Field Crop Commissioner         2,280.00
Field Inspector 	
Field Inspector          1,500.00
Stenographer  840.00
Carried forward       $7,320.00     $239,905.50 Z 18
ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$7,440.00
675.00
4,050.00
2,000.00
1,000.00
2,000.00
$17,165.00
$2,880.00
2,520.00
2,400.00
1,044.00
900.00
$9,744.00
450.00
4,500.00
500.00
$15,194.00
$5,000.00
3,240.00
2,580.00
2,320.00
2,100.00
1,020.00
960.00
900.00
$18,120.00
4,050.00
2,250.00
1,000.00
1,064.00
$26,484.00
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE—Continued.
17. Field Crop Branch—Continued.
Brought forward   $7,320.00      $239,905.50
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  400.00
Travelling expenses, etc  3,000.00
Field demonstration-work, etc  1,000.00
Soil-analysis, etc	
Casual labour, material, supplies, etc  2,000.00
Total of Vote No. 17  13,720.00
18. Dairy Branch.
Salaries:
Dairy Commissioner   $2,880.00
Dairy Instructor   2,520.00
Dairy Instructor   2,400.00
Assistant   (Milk Records)     2,100.00
Clerk-Stenographer    1,092.00
Stenographer  900.00
$11,892.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  300.00
Travelling expenses, etc         4,000.00
Casual labour and other expenses   150.00
Dairying and cow-testing, etc       10,750.00
Total of Vote No. 18  27,092.00
Land Settlement Board.
(Now Department of Lands.)
Salaries :
Colonization   Commissioner   and   Chairman,    Land
Settlement Board 	
Director, Land Settlement Board	
Secretary   	
Accountant  	
Secretary   (Vancouver)   	
Stenographer 	
Stenographer 	
Stenographer (Vancouver)  	
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Travelling expenses, etc	
British Boys' Farm Settlement 	
Casual labour, supplies, etc	
Carried forward      $280,717.50 ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Z 19
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$15,000.00
10,000.00
25,500.00
10,000.00
5,000.00
10,000.00
4,500.00
5,000.00
4,532.50
3,500.00
8,500.00
7,500.00
2,500.00
12,000.00
29
1,000.00
1,000.00
30
250.00
17,500.00
31
1,000.00
32
25,000.00
2.000.00
33.
1,000.00
34
1,500.00
35
500.00
500.00
2,000.00
2,500.00
750.00
1,500.00
1,750.00
36
1,500.00
5,000.00
37
5,000.00
1,250.00
500.00
500.00
38
$197,032.50
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE—Continued.
Brought forward 	
Miscellaneous Grants.
19. Tubercular  Cattle—Compensation,   Supplies,   Tempo
rary Assistance, etc	
20. Automobiles and Accessories, etc	
21. Agricultural Associations, Fairs, etc	
21a. Royal Agricultural and Industrial Society 	
22. Vancouver Exhibition' Association :
Exhibition          $4,000.00
Winter Fair        4,000.00
Buildings           4,500.00
$280,717.50
23.
24.
B.C. Agricultural and Industrial Association 	
Corporation   of   the   City   of   Victoria    (Exhibition
Buildings)   	
25. Interior Provincial Fair Association 	
Farmers' Institutes—Purchase of Pure-bred Sires, etc.
Women's Institutes, etc	
28. Seed Improvement, etc       $5,000.00
Less to be refunded by Dominion Government           2,500.00
26.
27.
International, National, and Provincial Exhibits, etc.
Compensation re Foul-brood in Bees, etc	
Control of Noxious Weeds, etc	
Western Canada Live Stock Union 	
Rebates on Stumping-powder, etc	
Gopher Extermination, etc	
Services   hitherto   paid   by   Dominion   Government
under " Agricultural Instruction Act "    	
Grasshopper Extermination, etc	
" Pound District Act "—Expenses, etc	
In Aid of Ploughing-matches, etc	
Canadian Council of Beef Producers 	
British Columbia Honey Producers' Association 	
British Columbia Dairymen's Association 	
British Columbia Fruit-growers' Association 	
British Columbia Goat-breeders' Association 	
British Columbia Poultry Associations 	
British Columbia Beef Cattle Growers' Association....
Chilliwack Agricultural Association 	
British Columbia Sheep-breeders' Associations 	
Boys' and Girls' Clubs—Competitions, etc	
Promotion of Sheep Industry 	
Promotion of Swine Industry 	
In Aid of Tobacco Industry	
World's Grain Congress 	
$10,000.00
500.00
14,500.00
500.00
12,500.00
4,000.00
4,532.50
3,000.00
8,500.00
7,000.00
2,500.00
7,000.00
2,500.00
15,000.00
1,000.00
2,000.00
1,000.00
1,200.00
3,000.00
5,750.00
1,500.00
Carried forward  $107,482.50     $280,717.50 Z 20
ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$197,032.50
4,000.00
37,000.00
4,000.00
1,000.00
$243,032.50
$573,385.50
$7,500.00
2,280.00
1,320.00
$11,100.00
765.00
675.00
$12,540.00
$4,920.00
5,120.00
3,600.00
2,520.00
2,200.00
1,380.00
1,284.00
1,080.00
780.00
780.00
100.00
$23,764.00
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE—Continued.
Miscellaneous Grants—Continued.
Brought forward   $107,482.50     $280,717.50
....   World's Poultry Congress  .'	
39. Bulletins, Circulars, Publications, etc        7,000.00
40. Bounties on and Extermination of Noxious Animals—
Expenses, etc       27,500.00
41. Transportation of Pure-bred Live Stock from United
Kingdom   3,500.00
42. Soil Classification—Labour, Supplies, etc  7,250.00
43. Location of Water-supplies  1,500.00
44. In Aid of Beef Industry   1,500.00
45. In Aid of Kamloops Bull Sale   1,500.00
46. Incidentals and Contingencies   1,500.00
Total of Miscellaneous Grants         158,732.50
Total, Department of Agriculture      $439,450.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL.
47. Attorney-General's Office.
Salaries:
The Attorney-General   $7,500.00
Secretary    2,280.00
Assistant Secretary   1,320.00
$11,100.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  750.00
Travelling expenses, etc  500.00
Total of Vote No. 47         $12,350.00
48. General Office.
Salaries:
Deputy Attorney-General  $5,040.00
Legislative Counsel (ten months)   5,240.00
Departmental Solicitor  3,600.00
Chief Clerk  2,560.00
Accountant  2,200.00
Secretary-Clerk  1,380.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,320.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,140.00
Junior Clerk'  900.00
Junior Clerk   660.00
Temporary assistance  100.00
Carried forward   $24,140.00       $12,350.00 ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Z 21
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$23,764.00
1,620.00
360.00
$25,744.00
$4,160.00
2,100.00
1,080.00
1,284.00
1,212.00
1,092.00
960.00
930.00
780.00
150.00
$13,748.00
1,890.00
45.00
$15,683.00
$15,683.00
$1,000.00
1,740.00
1,020.00
1,020.00
200.00
$4,980.00
2,190.00
450.00
100.00
$7,720.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL—Continued.
48. General Office—Continued.
Brought forward  $24,140.00       $12,350.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  1,620.00
Travelling expenses, etc  350.00
Total of Vote No. 48  26,110.00
49. Companies Branch.
(a.) Companies Office.
Salaries:
Registrar    $4,160.00
Deputy Registrar  2,100.00
Clerk   960.00
Stenographer  1,320.00
Stenographer  1,248.00
Stenographer  1,140.00
Stenographer .,  990.00
Stenographer  960.00
Stenographer  900.00
Temporary assistance   75.00
$13,853.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        2,200.00
Travelling expenses, etc  100.00
$16,153.00
Less sale of Acts, forms, etc  700.00
Total, Companies Office        $15,453.00
(6.) Insurance Office.
Salaries:
Superintendent   $1,000.00
Clerk  1,740.00
Stenographer   1,044.00
Stenographer   1,020.00
Temporary assistance   75.00
$4,879.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        2,190.00
Travelling    expenses,    etc.     (including
Superintendents' Conference)     350.00
Association of Superintendents of Insurance (membership fees)   100.00
Total, Insurance Office         7,519.00
Carried forward      $22,972.00       $38,460.00 Z 22
ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$23,403.00
$3,540.00
2,220.00
2,220.00
1,176.00
900.00
$10,056.00
2,700.00
2,700.00
1,000.00
700.00
1,000.00
500.00
$18,656.00
18,646.00
$10.00
49.
DEPARTMENT OF THE  ATTORNEY-GENERAL— Continued.
Companies Branch—Continued.
Brought fonvard      $22,972.00       $38,460.00
(c.)  Security Frauds Prevention Office.
Salaries:
Deputy Registrar        $2,400.00
Clerk 	
Clerk 	
Stenographer
Stenographer
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Investigations 	
Travelling expenses, etc. .
  1,800.00
  1,320.00
  960.00
  780.00
$7,260.00
         1,400.00
         5,000.00
  200.00
$13,860.00
Less sale of Acts, forms, etc  400.00
Total,  Security Frauds Prevention Office      13,460.00
Total of A'ote No. 49 	
50. " Fire Marshal Act."
Salaries:
Fire Marshal   $3,660.00
Assistant Fire Marshal   2,220.00
Assistant Fire Marshal   2,140.00
Stenographer  1,212.00
Stenographer  930.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Travelling expenses, etc	
Fire Report fees and expenses 	
Fire inquiries 	
Educational propaganda 	
Examination of projectionists (moving pictures)
Superannuation Fund 	
Less chargeable to Fire Marshal Act Fund
$10,162.00
2,700.00
3,000.00
1,000.00
800.00
1.000 00
2,000.00
500.00
$21,162.00
21,152.00
Total of Vote No. 50
Carried forward
36,432.00
10.00
$74,902.00 ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Z 23
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$4,320.00
1,920.00
1,176.00
$7,416.00
740.00
540.00
$8,696.00
750.00
$7,946.00
$2,700.00
3,840.00
1,500.00
1,800.00
1,212.00
150.00
$11,202.00
338.00
180.00
1,000.00
$12,720.00
$3,900.00
2,520.00
1,300.00
1,380.00
840.00
250.00
$10,190.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL— Continued.
Brought forward        $74,902.00
51. Municipal Branch.
Salaries:
Inspector of Municipalities        $4,320.00
Clerk          1,920.00
Stenographer        1,212.00
$7,452.00
Expenses :
Office   supplies,   etc.    (including   administration   of
insane estates and " Collection Agents' Licensing
Act")     760.00
Travelling expenses, etc  600.00
$8,812.00
Less estimated receipts under sec. 50, subsec. (4),
" Lunacy Act "         1,000.00
Total of Vote No. 51  ,  7,812.00
52. Censor of Moving Pictures.
Salaries:
Censor  .  $2,700.00
Two Assistant Censors @ $1,920  3,840.00
Assistant Censor  1,500.00
Projectionist   1,800.00
Assistant Projectionist   1,800.00
Stenographer  1,248.00
Temporary assistance   150.00
$13,038.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  400.00
Travelling expenses, etc  100.00
Machine supplies, etc         1,000.00
Total of Vote No. 52   14,538.00
53. Sheriffs' Offices.
(a.)  Vancouver.
Salaries:
Sheriff        $3,900.00
Deputy Sheriff   2,520.00
Process Server  1,300.00
Book-keeper and Cashier  1,380.00
Stenographer  840.00
Temporary assistance   100.00
Carried forward      $10,040.00 $97,252.00 Z 24
ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$10,190.00
610.00
675.00
$11,475.00
$3,120.00
2,220.00
1,500.00
1,080.00
50.00
$7,970.00
180.00
90.00
$8,240.00
$7,580.00
$7,580.00
$27,295.00
$5,120.00
1,740.00
1,080.00
$7,940.00
225.00
$8,165.00
$1,800.00
1,248.00
$3,048.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL—Continued.
53.                                         Sheriffs' Offices—Continued,
(a.)  Vancouver—Continued.
Brought forward     $10,040.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc. ~	
Travelling expenses, etc.
575.00
700.00
Total, Vancouver Office      $11,315.00
(6.)  Victoria.
Salaries:
Sheriff   $3,240.00
Deputy Sheriff   2,220.00
Process Server   1,500.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,080.00
Temporary assistance   50.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Travelling expenses, etc.
$8,090.00
180.00
90.00
Total, Victoria Office
(c.)  Sundry Sheriffs.
Allowances, etc      $7,580.00
Total, Sundry Sheriffs 	
8,360.00
7,580.00
Total, all Sheriffs' Offices, Vote No. 53 	
54. Official Administrator, Vancouver.
Salaries:
Official Administrator ,     $5,120.00
Clerk and Accountant         1,740.00
Stenographer         1,080.00
Stenographer   780.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc.
$8,720.00
375.00
Total of Vote No. 54	
55. Official Guardian.
Salaries:
Official Guardian       $1,800.00
Stenographer         1,284.00
Temporary assistance   50.00
$97,252.00
27,255.00
9,095.00
Carried forward       $3,134.00     $133,602.00 ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Z 25
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$3,048.00
90.00
$3,138.00
$2,820.00
2,000.00
1,920.00
1,920.00
1,900.00
3,240.00
1,020.00
900.00
1,320.00
990.00
100.00
$18,130.00
2,475.00
$20,605.00
$2,940.00
1,900.00
1,920.00
1,680.00
1,620.00
1,500.00
990.00
1,260.00
70.00
$13,880.00
3,150.00
$17,030.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL—Continued.
55. Official Guardian—Continued.
Brought forward       $3,134.00      $133,602.00
Expenses :
Office supplies, etc  90.00
Total of Vote No. 55  3,224.00
56. Land Registry Offices.
(a.) Kamloops.
Salaries:
Registrar       $2,820.00
Deputy Registrar  2,000.00
Surveyor  1,920.00
Clerk   1,920.00
Clerk   1,900.00
Two Clerks @ $1,620  3,240.00
Junior Clerk   1,080.00
Junior Clerk 	
Stenographer  1,320.00
Stenographer  1,020.00
Temporary assistance  100.00
$17,320.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        2,250.00
Total, Kamloops Land Registry Office      $19,570.00
(&.) Nelson.
Salaries:
Registrar    $2,940.00
Deputy Registrar   1,900.00     .
Surveyor  1,920.00
Clerk   1,680.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Junior Clerk   1,500.00
Stenographer  780.00
Janitor  1,260.00
Temporary assistance   70.00
$13,670.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        2,650.00
Total, Nelson Land Registry Office        16,320.00
Carried forward     $35,890.00     $136,826.00 Z 26
ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
(4)
(4)
(1)
$3,180.00
2,520.00
1,920.00
7,680.00
6.480.00
1,500.00
1,320.00
1,320.00
1,248.00
840.00
1,260.00
$29,268.00
3,825.00
$33,093.00
$3,120.00
1,920.00
900.00
780.00
$6,720.00
720.00
$7,440.00
$4,920.00
2,460.00
1,920.00
(2)
3,840.00
(7)
13,440.00
1.800.00
1,700.00
(8)
12.960.00
1,500.00
$44,540.00
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
193,1-32.
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL— Continued.
56. Land Registry Offices—Continued.
Brought forward     $35,890.00     $136,826.00
(c.)  New Westminster.
Salaries:
Registrar    $3,300.00
Deputy Registrar   2,520.00
Surveyor  1,920.00
Two Clerks @ $1,920  3,840.00
Three Clerks @ $1,620  4,860.00
Two Clerks @ $1,500  3,000.00
Clerk   1,320.00
Stenographer   1,320.00
Stenographer  1,284.00
Stenographer   780.00
Janitor    1,260.00
$25,404.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        2,650.00
Total,  New  Westminster  Land  Registry
Office      28,054.00
(d.)  Prince Rupert.
Salaries:
Registrar  (also Registrar, Supreme and
County Courts)       $3,120.00
Chief Clerk and Surveyor          1,920.00
Clerk-Stenographer   900.00
Stenographer  780.00
$6,720.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  950.00
Total, Prince Rupert Land Registry Office       7,670.00
(e.)  Vancouver.
Salaries:
Registrar        $5,040.00
Deputy Registrar         2,460.00
Surveyor         1,920.00
Two Clerks @ $2,000        4,000.00
Six Clerks @ $1.920       11,520.00
Clerk          1.800.00
Clerk 	
Six Clerks @ $1,620         9,720.00
Clerk 	
Carried forward      $36,460.00    $71,614.00     $136,826.00 ESTIMATES  (1931-32).
Z 27
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Y'ear
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$44,540.00
1,500.00
2,640.00
1,920.00
900.00
900.00
500.00
$52,900.00
4,680.00
$57,580.00
$3,660.00
2,460.00
1,920.00
(5)    9,600.00
(3)
3,640.00
4,860.00
1,820.00
1,500.00
1,020.00
1,680.00
1,020.00
840.00
150.00
(2)
$34,170.00
2,376.00
180.00
$36,726.00
$172,474.00
$2,020.00
900.00
$2,920.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL— Continued.
56. Land Registry Offices—Continued.
(e.)  Vancouver—Continued.
Brought, forward      $36,460.00    $71,614.00      $136,826.00
Salaries—Continued.
Clerk 	
Two Stenographers @ $1,320  2,640.00
Two Junior Clerks @ $960   1,920.00
Junior Clerk   900.00
Stenographer  1,020.00
Temporary Assistance   100.00
$43,040.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        4,350.00
Total, Vancouver Land Registry Office      47,390.00
(/.)  Victoria.
Salaries:
Inspector of Legal Offices and Registrar $3,780.00
Deputy Registrar   2,100.00
Surveyor :  2,000.00
Two Clerks @ $1,920  3,840.00
Clerk  2,000.00
Two Clerks @ $1,820   3,640.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Junior Clerk   660.00
Clerk   1,820.00
Clerk   1,500.00
Clerk   1,500.00
Two Junior Clerks @ $960   1,920.00
Stenographer  1,014.00
Stenographer   900.00
Temporary assistance   100.00
$28,424.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc         1,750.00
Travelling expenses, etc  180.00
Total, Victoria, Land Registry Office        30,354.00
Total, all Land Registry Offices, Vote No. 56         149,358.00
57. Supreme and County Courts.
(a.) Nanaimo.
Salaries:
Registrar       $2,020.00
Stenographer   930.00
Carried forward       $2,950.00 $286,184.00 Z 28
ESTIMATES  (1931-32).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$2,920.00
450.00
$3,370.00
$1,800.00
135.00
$1,935.00
$2,400.00
1,820.00
150.00
$4,370.00
765.00
$5,135.00
$3,740.00
2,140.00
1,920.00
(8)  12,960.00
1,452.00
1,440.00
1,500.00
1,140.00
780.00
1,320.00
900.00
900.00
$30,192.00
1,800.00
$31,992.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL— Continued,
57. Supreme and County Courts—Continued.
(a.) Nanaimo—Continued.
Brought forward      $2,950.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  400.00
Total,   Nanaimo    Supreme   and   County
Courts        $3,350.00
(5.)  Nelson.
Salaries:
Registrar         $1,800.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  150.00
Total, Nelson Supreme and County Courts        1,950.00
(c.)  Neio Westminster.
Salaries:
Registrar          $2,400.00
Deputy Registrar         1,820.00
Junior Clerk  900.00
Temporary assistance (Ushers, etc.)  150.00
$5,270.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  765.00
Total,   New   Westminster    Supreme   and
County Courts          6,035.00
(d.)  Vancouver.
Salaries:
Registrar    $3,860.00
Deputy Registrar  2,140.00
Chief Clerk  1,920.00
Seven Clerks @ $1,620   11,340.00
Clerk   1,452.00
Clerk   1,440.00
Clerk  ,  1,500.00
Clerk   1,140.00
Junior Clerk   780.00
Stenographer  1,320.00
Stenographer   900.00
Temporary assistance (Ushers, etc.)  900.00
$28,692.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        2,200.00
Total, ■ Vancouver  Supreme  and   County
Courts       30,892.00
.    Carried forward      $42,227.00
$286,184.00
286,184.00 ESTIMATES  (1931-32).
Z 29
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$3,600.00
2.200.00
6,480.00
1,248.00
250.00
$13,778.00
900.00
$14,678.00
$1,500.00
875.00
1,250.00
$3,625.00
$2,880.00
360.00
3,500.00
$6,740.00
$67,475.00
$352,764.00
18,000.00
135.000.00
27,000.00
$532,764.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL—Continued.
57. Supreme and County Courts—Continued.
Brought forward     $42,227.00     $286,184.00
(e.)  Victoria.
Salaries:
Registrar    $3,600.00
Deputy Registrar    2,200.00
Four Clerks @ $1,620  6,480.00
Clerk to Judges   1,200.00
Temporary assistance (Ushers, etc.)  250.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc.
$13,730.00
1,200.00
Total,    Victoria    Supreme    and    County
Courts        14,930.00
(/.)  Sundry Supreme and County- Courts.
$1,500.00
Chilliwack—Registrar's allowance, temporary assistance, office supplies, etc	
Kelowna—Registrar's allowance, temporary assistance, office supplies, etc	
Sundry Courts other than above, office
supplies, etc	
1,500.00
Total, Sundry Supreme and County Courts        3,000.00
(0-)  Official Stenographers.
Two Stenographers @ $1,440
Stenographer 	
Civil Court Stenographers 	
$2,880.00
360.00
3,500.00
Total, Official Stenographers
6,740.00
58.
Total, all Supreme and County Courts, Vote No. 57....
Provincial Police.
66,897.00
Police and Special Constables :
Salaries  $377,235.00
Less charges for quarters..      19,398.00
$357,837.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc      26,200.00
Travelling expenses, etc     135,000.00
Uniforms and equipment        25,000.00
Carried forward  :   $-544,037.00
$353,081.00 Z 30
ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$532,764.00
2,845.00
1,350.00
13,000.00
8,500.00
2,650.00
11,129.00
3,500.00
$575,738.00
95,000.00
$480,738.00
$46,825.00
16,355.00
2,700.00
22,000.00
40,500.00
$128,380.00
$609,118.00
$10,120.00
150.00
10.00
$10,280.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL—Continued.
58. Provincial Police—Continued.
Brought forward  $544,037.00 $353,081.00
Police and Special Constables—Continued.
Expenses—Continued.
Rents 	
Janitors' supplies, etc  1,350.00
Fuel, light, water, etc  14,800.00
Provisions (keep of prisoners)    8,900.00
Incidentals and contingencies  3,800.00
School of Instruction  3,500.00
$576,387.00
Criminal Records:
Salaries      $13,680.00
Expenses         2,749.00
16,429.00
$592,810.00
Less estimated receipts under " Municipal Act," " Police and Prisons
Regulation Act Amendment Act,
1924," " Government Liquor Act,"
and miscellaneous 	
95,000.00
$497,816.00
Motor-vehicle Branch:
Salaries    (including    temporary    assistance)          56,330.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc       14,765.00
Travelling expenses, etc        3,630.00
Plates, badges, etc       25,500.00
Highway Patrol:
Salaries and expenses      40,500.00
140,745.00
Total of Vote No. 58..
638,561.00
59.
County Gaols.
(a.) Nelson.
Salaries:
Gaol officials and sundry employees     $10,780.00
Less deductions for rent, etc  600.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Travelling expenses, etc.
$10,180.00
150.00
10.00
Carried fonoard      $10,340.00
$991,642.00 ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Z 31
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$10,280.00
550.00
400.00
750.00
2,000.00
550.00
350.00
25.00
$14,905.00
1,000.00
$13,905.00
$63,419.00
$63,419.00
810.00
1,080.00
7,500.00
3,750.00
8,000.00
20,000.00
2,000.00
5,500.00
25,000.00
100.00
$137,159.00
25,000.00
$112,159.00
$126,064.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL—Continued.
59. County Gaols—Continued.
(a.) Nelson—Continued.
Brought forward     $10,340.00 $991,642.00
Expenses—Continued.
Uniforms, clothing, -.nd equipment   550.00
Janitors' supplies, etc  400.00
Fuel, light, water, etc  750.00
Provisions, etc.  (keep of prisoners)     2,000.00
Medical attendance and hospital supplies 550.00
Good Conduct Fund   350.00
Incidentals and contingencies  25.00
$14,965.00
Less  estimated  receipts  under   " Municipal Act "          1,000.00
Total, Nelson Gaol     $13,965.00
(b.)  Oakalla Prison Farm.
Salaries:
Gaol officials and sundry employees     $83,198.00
Less deductions for rent, etc         1,800.00
$81,398.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  1,000.00
Travelling expenses, etc  900.00
Uniforms, clothing, and equipment   7,500.00
Janitors' supplies, etc  1,000.00
Fuel, light, water, etc  8,400.00
Farm operations  (including stock, feed,
implements, etc.)    4,000.00
Upkeep of grounds  1,000.00
General equipment  1,000.00
Laundry (equipment, etc.)   1,000.00
Provisions, .etc. (keep of prisoners)   13,300.00
Medical attendance and hospital supplies 2,000.00
Good Conduct Fund  6,500.00
Sheet-metal Plant  10,000.00
Incidentals and contingencies   100.00
$139,098.00
Less  estimated  receipts under  " Municipal Act," sales, and miscellaneous
Total, Oakalla Prison Farm ..
50,000.00
89,098.00
Total, County Gaols, Vote No. 59 .
103,063.00
Carried forward    $1,094,705.00 Z 32
ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$1,620.00
960.00
720.00
720.00
720.00
1,440.00
720.00
720.00
720.00
1,500.00
1,260.00
1,200.00
1,080.00
180.00
$13,560.00
$13,560.00
450.00
225.00
1,800.00
600.00
3,500.00
5,600.00
1,750.00
150.00
500.00
$28,135.00
GO,
61.
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL—Continued,.
Brought forward    $1,094,705.00
Girls' Industrial School.
Salaries:
Superintendent and Nurse
Matron  	
First Assistant 	
Second Assistant 	
Third Assistant 	
Teacher 	
Needlewoman   	
Linen-keeper  	
Cook
Engineer and Janitor
Gardener
Gardener
Clerk and Commercial Teacher
Temporary assistance 	
Less deductions for rent and board
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Travelling expenses, etc	
Clothing, boots, etc	
Janitors' supplies, etc	
Fuel, light, water, etc	
Provisions, etc	
Medical attendance and hospital supplies
Good Conduct Fund 	
Incidentals and contingencies 	
$1,980.00
1,260.00
1,020.00
1,020.00
1,500.00
1,020.00
1,020.00
1,020.00
1,560.00
1,320.00
1,260.00
1,140.00
300.00
$15,420.00
2,460.00
$12,960.00
450.00
300.00
500.00
700.00
350.00
,500.00
550.00
150.00
500.00
Total of Vote No. 60
Game Branch.
Salaries     $116,580.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  8,590.00
Travelling expenses, etc  63,100.00
Clothing and equipment   5,000.00
Fuel, water, and light   120.00
Incidentals and contingencies  935.00
$194,325.00
Game Propagation:
Salaries          $6,236.00
Less deduction for rent   366.00
5,870.00
26,960.00
Carried forward   $200,195.00  $1,121,665.00 ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Z 33
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$201,000.00
$27,000.00
23,000.00
35,000.00
1,000.00
3,500.00
1,350.00
1,000.00
$91,850.00
$15,000.00
$10,000.00
$1,500.00
$1,350.00
$1,444,927.00
19,270.00
800,000.00
$819,270.00
$1,000,000.00
$1,819,270.00
$3,264,197.00
61.
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL—Continued.
Game Branch—Continued.
Brought forward   $200,195.00   $1,121,665.00
Expenses
Less miscellaneous receipts	
Total of Vote No. 61
7,000.00
$207,195.00
750.00
206,445.00
62. Administration of Justice:
Summoning and paying witnesses   $26,000.00
Grand and petit jurors  (including drawing panels,
etc.)   25,000.00
Prosecutions (counsel fees, etc.)   35,000.00
Interpreters   2,500.00
Rewards (fugitive offenders)   1,000.00
Stenographers, transcripts, etc. (Criminal Courts).... 4,000.00
Stipendiary Magistrates  (provisional allowances)—. 1,050.00
Contingencies arising out of prosecutions   1,200.00
Total of Vote No. 62	
63. Coroners' Inquests and Inquiries	
64. Constitutional Litigation and General Law Costs 	
65. Promotion of Uniformity of Legislation in Canada	
66. Incidentals and Contingencies (not otherwise provided for).
95,750.00
16,000.00
10,000.00
1,500.00
3,000.00
To be voted     $1,454,360.00
Authorized by Statute.
1 Mothers' Pensions Act," Sec. 10:
Salaries and expenses      $21,350.00
Pensions      850,000.00
$871,350.00
"Government Liquor Act," Sec. 118 (1)   (c) :
Municipalities—Share of profits  1,000,000.00
Statutory Expenditure       1,871,350.00
Total, Department of the Attorney-General  .'    $3,325,710.00 Z 34
ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Estimated
Expeniiture,
Fiscal 1'ear
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
193,1-32.
$7,500.00
2,160.00
1,200.00
$10,860.00
360.00
1,350.00
$12,570.00
$5,000.00
3,960.00
2,760.00
2,520.00
1,800.00
1,500.00
1,080.00
1,140.00
1,020.00
1,800.00
600.0.0
$23,180.00
8,550.00
630.00
$32,360.00
$2,320.00
1,800.00
1,140.00
1,092.00
780.00
1,260.00
$8,392.00
3,150.00
103,300.00
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION.
Brought forward 	
67. Minister's Office.
Salaries:
Minister of Education       $7,500.00
Secretary         2,160.00
Clerk-Stenographer         1,200.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc.	
Travelling expenses, etc.
$10,860.00
360.00
1,200.00
Total of Vote No. 67
68. General Office.
Salaries:
Deputy Minister and Superintendent of Education
Assistant Superintendent of Education 	
Registrar  	
Chief Clerk 	
Clerk 	
Clerk-Stenographer 	
Clerk 	
Clerk-Stenographer 	
Clerk-Stenographer 	
Two Stenographers @ $930	
Stenographer	
Temporary assistance 	
$5,120.00
4,080.00
2,760.00
2,220.00
1,500.00
1,500.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc. .
Travelling expenses
etc	
Total of Vote No. 68
1,176.00
1.860.00
780.00
1,080.00
$22 076.00
8,550.00
630.00
69. Text-book Branch.
Salaries:
Officer in Charge       $2,320.00
Clerk 	
Clerk 	
Clerk-Stenographer'....
Clerk 	
Stenographer 	
Temporary assistance
1,800.00
1,140.00
1,140.00
960.00
780.00
1,000.00
$9,140.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        2,500.00
Free text-books, maps, etc       80,000.00
$12,420.00
31,256.00
$114,842.00
Carried forward      $91,640.00
$43,676.00 ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Z 33
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$114,842.00
$114,842.00
$3,420.00
9,500.00
2,000.00
1,080.00
780.00
780.00
720.00
$18,280.00
4,050.00
225.00
1,500.00
700.00
$24,755.00
7,000.00
$17,755.00
$2,520.00
1,044.00
996.00
840.00
1,200.00
$6,600.00
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION-—Continued.
69. Text-book Branch—Continued.
Brought forward      $91,640.00
Expenses—Continued. •.•
Text-books, additional office supplies, and
temporary assistance  $250,000.00
Less sales      249,990.00
10.00
Total of Vote No. 69	
70. Correspondence Courses.
(a.) High Schools.
Salaries:
Officer in Charge   $3,540.00
Five Correspondence Instructors   10,800.00
Six Part-time Instructors   3,000.00
Clerk   1,020.00
Clerk-Stenographer   900.00
Stenographer   780.00
Temporary assistance  1,200.00
$21,240.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        3,550.00
Travelling expenses, etc  225.00
Science equipment   1,750.00
Incidentals   700.00
Total,    High    School    Correspondence Courses     $27,465.00
Less fees        6,000.00
$43,676.00
(6.) Elementary Schools.
Salaries:
Officer in Charge       $2,520.00
Correspondence Instructor	
Correspondence Instructor         1,044.00
Correspondence Instructor  840.00
Correspondence Instructor  780.00
Temporary assistance          1,200.00
Carried forward      $6,384.00
91,650.00
$21,465.00
$21,465.00  $135,326.00 Z 36
ESTIMATES  (1931-32).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$6,600.00
900.00
$7,500.00
$25,255.00
$3,480.00
2,740.00
960.00
780.0Q
780.00
400.00
$9,140.00
1,890.00
2,250.00
28,200.00
41,000.00
$82,480.00
$7,000.00
50,360.00
14,340.00
990.00
240.00
$72,930.00
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued.
70. Correspondence Courses—Continued.
(6.) Elementary Schools—Continued.
Brought forward       $6,384.00   $21,465.00     $135,326.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  900.00
Total, Elementary School Correspondence
Courses         7,284.00
Total of Vote No. 70   28,749.00
71. Industrial Education.
Salaries:
Organizer  $3,600.00
Director of Home Economics   2,740.00
Clerk-Stenographer   960.00
Stenographer  840.00
Stenographer  780.00
Temporary assistance   400.00
$9,320.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  2,100.00
Travelling expenses, etc  2,750.00
Grant's in aid of industrial, commercial, household
science    education,    manual-training    equipment,
agriculture, etc  18,000.00
Night-schools   35,000.00
Total of Vote No. 71	
72. Inspection of Schools.
Salaries:
Two Inspectors of High Schools  $7,240.00
Nine Inspectors of Schools   29,880.00
Three Inspectors of Schools   9,825.00
One Inspector of Schools  3,395.00
Three Inspectors of Schools  8,700.00
Municipal Inspector of Schools   3,960.00
Municipal Inspector of Schools   3,675.00
Municipal Inspector of Schools   3,575.00
Municipal Inspector of Schools  3,520.00
Stenographer  1,020.00
Stenographer (part time) 	
Carried forward   $74,790.00
67,170.00
$231,245.00 ESTIMATES  (1931-32).
Z 37
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$72,930.00
4,500.00
26,100.00
$103,530.00
9,020.00
$94,510.00
$3,800.00
3,320.00
(5)  16,000.00
2,900.00
2,400.00
2,240.00
2,100.00
2,000.00
840.00
1,260.00
1.260.00
665.00
$38,785.00
$38,785.00
2,700.00
360.00
2,500.00
1,600.00
1,200.00
$47,145.00
8,000.00
$39,145.00
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued.
72. Inspection of Schools—Continued.
Brought forward     $74,790.00     $231,245.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        6,250.00
Travelling expenses, etc       31,000.00
$112,040.00
Less portion of salaries and expenses of Municipal
Inspectors paid by School Boards        8,865.00
Total of Vote No. 72        103,175.00
73. Normal Schools.
(a.) Vancouver.
Salaries:
Principal         $3,920.00
Assistant Master   3,440.00
Three Assistant Masters   9,960.00
Assistant Master (for 4 months)   1,110.00
Assistant Master   3,275.00
Assistant Master   2,900.00
Assistant Mistress   2,400.00
Assistant Mistress   2,240.00
Assistant Mistress   2,100.00
Assistant Mistress   2,000.00
Clerk-Stenographer   840.00
Engineer and Gardener   1,728.00
Janitor    1,260.00
Gardener (part time)   665.00
Less deduction for rent, etc. (Engineer)
$37,838.00
468.00
$37,370.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        2,700.00
Travelling expenses, etc  360.00
Fuel, light, water, etc        2,500.00
Students' mileage	
Incidentals         1,200.00
$44,130.00
Less Normal School fees         8,800.00
Total, Normal School, Vancouver    $35,330.00
Carried forward      $35,330.00     $334,420.00 Z 38
ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
Votef                                                 SERVICE.
Fiscal Y'ear
1931-32.
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION—Continued.
73.                                          Normal Schools-
-Continued.
Brought forward 	
$35,330.00
$334,420.00
(5.) Victoria.
Salaries:
$3,800.00
Principal   	
...      $3,920.00
3,320.00
Assistant Master 	
3,44000
(3)    9,600.00
Assistant Master 	
Assistant Master 	
3,320.00
2,100.00
3,140.00
Assistant Master 	
3,140.00
3 020 00
(2)    4,600.00
Two Assistant Mistresses @ $2.300	
4,600.00
2,120.00
Assistant Mistress 	
2,120.00
2,100.00
Principal, Model School 	
2,100.00
1,780.00
Teacher, Model School 	
1,780.00
960.00
Clerk-Stenographer 	
996.00
$31,420.00
$30,536.00
Expenses :
2,790.00
Office supplies, etc	
3,600.00
360.00
Travelling expenses, etc	
370.00
5,500.00
Students' mileage	
Incidentals and contingencies	
800.00
300.00
$40,870.00
$34,806.00
6,000.00
Less Normal School fees 	
5,600.00
29,206.00
Total, Normal School, etc., A
(c.)  Scholar
$34,870.00
'ictoria 	
ships.
Scholarships   	
Total, all Normal Schools, Vote No. 73
74.                                   School for the Deaf and the Blin
2,500.00
$74,015.00
5.
67,036.00
Salaries:
$24,620.00
Principal and staff, including household assistance....
$29,032.00
Less deduction for rent, etc	
4,188.00
$24,620.00
$24,844.00
Expenses:
1,035.00
Office supplies, etc	
1,000.00
90.00
Travelling expenses, etc	
90.00
3,000.00
Fuel, light, water, etc	
3,000.00
500.00
Furniture, fixtures, and equipment	
500.00
4,000.00
Provisions, etc	
4,000.00
600.00
Incidentals and contingencies	
600.00
$33,845.00
$.34,034.00
3,400.00
Less fees for extra-provincial childrei
Total of Vote No. 74 	
Carried forward 	
l	
3,500.00
$30,445.00
30.534.00
$431,990.00 ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Z 39
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
193,1-32.
$1,440,000.00
225,000.00
$1,665,000.00
$725,000.00
$135,000.00
3,500.00
12.000.00
4,000.00
$45,000.00
24,500.00
$20,500.00
$62,000.00
24,000.00
750.00
6,000.00
$575,000.00
12,700.00
$587,700.00
$3,711,927.00
,711,927.00
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION—Continued.
Brought forward       $431,990.00
75. Per Capita Grants.
(a.)  Cities and Municipalities   $1,845,260.00
(b.)  Rural School Districts ,        339,640.00
Total, Per Capita Grants, Vote No. 75       2,184,900.00
76. Teachers' Salaries.
Assisted schools (as per Schedule) 	
77. Erection of New Buildings, Maintenance and Repairs of School
Buildings, and Special Aid to School Districts, etc	
78. Rural Female Teachers' Welfare Officer:
Salary        $1,800.00
Expenses            1,700.00
Total, Rural Female Teachers' Welfare Officer, Vote 78
79. Education of Soldiers' Dependent Children and Expenses 	
80. Grants to Libraries 	
81. Examination of Teachers and High School Entrance
Classes        $47,000.00
Less examination fees       26,000.00
Total, Examination of Teachers, etc., Vote 81..
82. Convej'ing Children to Central Schools 	
83. Summer Schools       $3,750.00
Less fees  750.00
B.C. Federation of Musical Festivals
84. Incidentials and Contingencies 	
85.
University of British Columbia.
(a.)  General grant   $425,000.00
(b.)  Teacher Training Course        12,700.00
(c.)  Accommodation for Home Economics
to supplement AVomen's Fund      $15,000.00
Home Economics staff        10,000.00
25,000.00
Total of Vote No. 85
86. Scholarships for University Students
87. Special Grant to Victoria College 	
755,000.00
117,600.00
3,500.00
15,000.00
4,000.00
21,000.00
85,000.00
3,000.00
5,420.00
462,700.00
25,000.00
3,000.00
To be voted    $4,117,110.00
Carried forward    $4,117,110.00 Z 40
ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Y'ear
1931-32.
$3,711,927.00
595,000.00
$4,306,927.00
$7,500.00
2,520.00
1,260.00
$11,280.00
480.00
1,200.00
$12,960.00
(2)
$8,000.00
3,060.00
2,760.00
2,760.00
2,300.00
2,100.00
2,100.00
3,600.00
1,500.00
1,380.00
1,500.00
1,320.00
1,140.00
1,092.00
840.00
1,200.00
720.00
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued.
Brought forward     $4,117,110.00
Authorized by Statute.
' Public Schools Act Amendment Act," Chap. 74, 1918, Sec. 26:
Advances re rural district school taxes          620,000.00
Note.—Reimbursed to Consolidated Revenue Fund as collected.
See Estimated Revenue, Department of Finance, fiscal year
1930-31.
Total for Educational Purposes     $4,737,110.00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE.
Minister's Office.
Salaries:
Minister of Finance  ,       $7,500.00
Secretary         2,520.00
Stenographer          1,260.00
$11,280.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  480.00
Travelling expenses, etc        1,200.00
Total of Vote No. 88 	
$12,960.00
$37,372.00
89. General Office.
Salaries:
Deputy Minister of Finance   $8,000.00
Inspector of Revenue   3,060.00
Chief Clerk and Securities Clerk  2,640.00
Paymaster    2,760.00
Securities Clerk 	
Cashier   2,100.00
Statistician     2,520.00
Clerk   1,800.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Clerk 	
Clerk   1,260.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,500.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,320.00
Stenographer   1,176.00
Stenographer  1.140.00
Stenographer  1,260.00
Junior Clerk  .,  660.00
Junior Clerk   540.00
Carried forward   $33,356.00       $12,960.00 ESTIMATES  (1931-32).
Z 41
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$37,372.00
2,800.00
750.00
1,000.00
$41,922.00
$3,480.00
1,800.00
930.00
1,680.00
$7,890.00
500.00
2,500.00
500.00
$11,390.00
$7,500.00
3,540.00
2,220.00
1,140.00
3,120.00
2,400.00
2,280.00
4,080.00
2,760.00
2,100.00
1,920.00
3,840.00
1,900.00
1,800.00
3,000.00
960.00
600.00
900.00
$46,060.00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
89. General Office—Continued.
Brought forward   $33,356.00       $12,960.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  2,800.00
Travelling expenses, etc  750.00
Legal expenses, etc  750.00
Total of Vote No. 89   37,656.00
90.        Inspector of Trust Companies, Probate and Succession Duties.
Salaries:
Inspector and Assessor  $3,600.00
Clerk   1,800.00
Clerk-Stenographer  960.00
Two Stenographers @ $900  1,800.00
$8,160.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  500.00
Valuators         2,200.00
Travelling expenses, etc     500.00
Total of Vote No. 90   11,360.00
91. Controlling and Audit Branch.
General Office.
Salaries:
Comptroller-General     $7,500.00
Deputy Comptroller-General   3,660.00
Accountant  2,320.00
Secretary    1,080.00
Auditor of Revenue   3,240.00
Travelling Auditor   2,520.00
Travelling Auditor  2,280.00
Two Travelling Auditors @ $2,040   4,080.00
Auditor of Disbursements   2,760.00
Chief Clerk   2,100.00
Public Accounts Clerk   2,000.00
Two Clerks @ $1,920   3,840.00
Clerk   1,900.00
Clerk   1,800.00
Two Clerks @ $1,500   3,000.00
Clerk 	
Junior Clerk   540.00
Cheque-writer  900.00
Carried foricard   $45,520.00       $61,976.00 Z 42
ESTIMATES  (1931-32).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
193,1-32.
$46,060.00
2,000.00
3,500.00
5,000.00
$56,560.00
1,500.00
$55,060.00
$5,400.00
3,120.00
1,920.00
1,620.00
1,260.00
1.020.00
840.00
100.00
$15,280.00
3,600.00
$11,680.00
1,500.00
2,000.00
500.00
500.00
$16,180.00
$71,240.00
$3,960.00
2,220.00
2,000.00
1,620.00
$9,800.00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
91. Controlling and Audit Branch—Continued.
General Office—Continued.
Brought forward  $45,520.00       $61,976.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  1,500.00
New equipment, including temporary operators' salaries and expenses   2,000.00
Travelling expenses, etc  5,500.00
$54,520.00
Less audit fee from Liquor Control Board          2,500.00
Total, General Office      $52,020.00
Purchasing Agent's Office.
Salaries :
Purchasing Agent  $5,400.00
Assistant Purchasing Agent   3,120.00
Clerk  2,000.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,296.00
Stenographer   780.00
Stenographer   840.00
Temporary assistance 	
.    $15,056.00
Less part salary of Purchasing Agent
paid by Liquor Control Board 	
$15,056.00
Expenses :
Office supplies, etc         1.500.00
Advertising for tenders, etc         2,000.00
* Telegrams, etc  500.00
Travelling expenses, etc  300.00
Total, Purchasing Agent's Office        19,356.00
Total of Vote No. 01   71,376.00
92. Surveyor of Taxes.
(a.) Real Property. Amusements, and Gasoline Taxes.
Salaries:
Surveyor of Taxes       $4,080.00
Chief Clerk         2,220.00
Clerk in Charge, Amusements Tax         2,000.00
Clerk  :         1,620.00
Carried foncard        $9,920.00     $133,352.00 ESTIMATES  (1931-32).
Z 43
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
193,1-32.
$9,800.00
3.400.00
1,584.00
1,620.00
1,900.00
1,176.00
1.140.00
1,212.00
1,020.00
840.00
7,000.00
$30,692.00
6,500.00
1,500.00
3,000.00
15,000.00
15,000.00
$71,692.00
$3,960.00
3,240.00
2.660.00
2,340.00
2,020.00
3.600.00
2,100.00
2,120.00
1,920.00
1,500.00
1,572.00
1,344.00
(2)
780.00
1,092.00
1,800.00
1,580.00
1,200.00
$34,808.00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
92. Surveyor of Taxes—Continued.
(a.) Real Property, Amusements, and Gasoline Taxes—Continued.
Brought forward        $9,920.00      $133,352.00
Salaries—Continued.
Two Clerks @ $1,700.00   3,400.00
Clerk   1,584.00
Clerk and Inspector   1,620.00
Status Clerk and Surveyor  1,900.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,212.00
Clerk-Stenographer  1,176.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,248.00
Stenographer   1,020.00
Junior Clerk   900.00
Temporary assistance   9,200.00
$33,180.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  6,250.00
Travelling expenses, etc  1,500.00
Courts of Revision and Appeal   2,750.00
Commission on collection of general revenue   15,000.00
Timber-cruising     7,500.00
Total, Section (a)      $66,180.00
(b.) Income, Output, and Corporation Taxes.
Salaries:
Commissioner of Income Tax   $4,080.00
Senior Auditor ' 3,360.00
Senior Auditor   2,660.00
Auditor   2,340.00
Auditor   2,040.00
Two Auditors @ $1,800   3,600.00
Special Auditor   2,100.00
Chief Clerk   2,120.00
Audit Clerk   1,920.00
Audit Clerk   1,572.00
Clerk  	
Clerk    1,344.00
Clerk   1,320.00
Junior Clerk   840.09
Stenographer   1,140.00
Two Stenographers @ $930   1,860.00
Stenographer   780.00
Temporary assistance 	
Carried forward     $33,076.00    $68,180.00     $133,352.00 Z 44
ESTIMATES  (1931-32).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$34,808.00
5,000.00
2,500.00
2,000.00
500.00
$44,808.00
$116,500.00
$8,000.00
4,020.00
1,800.00
4,500.00
$18,320.00
3,000.00
1,750.00
8,500.00
$31,570.00
$12,125.00
12,125.00
9,200.00
7,500.00
680.00
3,000.00
3,200.00
1,000.00
$48,830.00
$80,400.00
73,000.00
$7,400.00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
92. Surveyor of Taxes—Continued.
(b.) Income, Output, and Corporation Taxes—Continued.
Brought forward     $33,076.00    $66,180.00     $133,352.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Travelling expenses, etc	
Courts of Revision and Appeal
Advertising, general 	
5,000.00
2,000.00
2,000.00
500.00
93.
Total, Section (b)       42,576.00
Total of Vote No. 92 	
Agent-General's Office, B.C. House, and Overseas Markets
Branch, London, England.
Agent-General's Office.
Salaries:
Agent-General       $8,000.00
108,756.00
Secretary ...
Chief Clerk
Clerk 	
Office Staff .
Expenses :
Office supplies, etc	
Allowance, travelling and other expenses 	
Advertising, subscriptions to publications, etc.
4,140.00
1,800.00
1,644.00
4,500.00
$20,084.00
3,000.00
4,750.00
8,500.00
Total. Agent-General's Office      $36,334.00
British Columbia House, London, England.
Interest on mortgage      $12,125.00
Ground-rent 	
Rates and taxes 	
Maintenance and repairs to buildings ....
Insurance 	
Fuel and light	
Cleaning and Janitors' supplies 	
Incidentals and contingencies 	
12,125.00
9,200.00
7,500.00
720.00
2,900.00
3,300.00
1,000.00
Total, B.C. House       48,870.00
$85,204.00
Less rents from B.C. House, estimated at      73,000.00
Carried foncard      $12,204.00     $242,108.00 ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Z 45
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$4,000.00
1,644.00
$5,644.00
350.00
1,500.00
$7,494.00
$14,894.00
$2,460.00
2,120.00
1,800.00
1,620.00
1,248.00
600.00
$9,848.00
1,754.00
$11,602.00
$2,220.00
1,130.00
$3,350.00
$2,280.00
1,620.00
900.00
200.00
$5,000.00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
93. Agent-General's Office, B.C. House, and Overseas Markets
Branch, London, England—Continued.
Brought forward      $12,204.00     $242,108.00
Overseas Markets Branch.
Salaries:
Markets Representative        $4,000.00
Clerk 	
Stenographer  780.00
$4,780.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  350.00
Allowance, travelling and other expenses        1,500.00
Total, Markets Branch        6,630.00
Total of Vote No. 93   18,834.00
94. Government Agents and Assessors, etc.
Alberni Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent and Collector       $2,460.00
Deputy Assessor	
Clerk and Registrar          1,800.00
Clerk           1,620.00
Stenographer          1,284.00
Janitor     600.00
$7,764.00
Expenses          1,599.00
Total, Alberni Agency       $9,363.00
Anyox Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent       $1,200.00
Expenses  750.00
Total, Anyox Agency        1,950.00
Ashcroft Sub-agency.
Salaries :
Assessor and Collector       $2,280.00
Clerk         1,500.00
Stenographer   900.00
Temporary assistance   200.00
Carried forward      $4,880.00   $11,313.00     $260,942.00 Z 46
ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$5,000.00
2,062.00
$7,062.00
$2,400.00
1,800.00
820.00
$5,020.00
2,325.00
$7,345.00
,900.00
500.00
.,400.00
650.00
$3,050.00
$1,920.00
1,020.00
$2,940.00
1,350.00
$4,290.00
$2,520.00
2,100.00
2,200.00
2,220.00
$9,040.00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
94. Government Agents and Assessors, etc.—Continued.
Ashcroft Sub-agency—Continued.
Brought forward        $4,880.00    $11,313.00      $260,942.00
Expenses         2,046.00
Total, Ashcroft Sub-agency          6,926.00
Atlin Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent      $2,400.00
Clerk          1,200.00
Janitor  820.00
$4,420.00
Expenses         1,770.00
Total, Atlin Agency          6,190.00
Barkerville Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Gold Commissioner and Mining Recorder     $1,900.00
Deputy Mining Recorder   500.00
$2,400.00
Expenses   650.00
Total, Barkerville Sub-agency          3,050.00
Clinton Sub-agency.
Salaries :
Government Sub-agent       $1,920.00
Stenographer 	
Clerk        1,080.00
$3,000.00
Expenses         1,175.00
Total, Clinton Sub-agency         4,175.00
Cranbrook Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent        $2,520.00
Deputy Assessor        2,100.00
Collector and Deputy Registrar        2,100.00
Mining Recorder        2,220.00
Carried forward        $8,940.00    $31,654.00      $260,942.00 ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Z 47
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$9,040.00
1,620.
1,080
840
(2)    1,560
1,140
250
$15,530
4,504
$20,034.00
$2,640.00
2,160.00
1,920.00
1,680.00
1,620.00
1,620.00
1,524.00
1,284.00
960.00
900.00
$16,308.00
4,722.00
$21,030.00
$2,460.00
1,840.00
2,352.00
$6,652.00
2,425.00
$9,077.00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
94. Government Agents and Assessors, etc.—Continued.
Cranbrook Agency—Continued.
Brought forward      $8,940.00   $31,654.00     $260,942.00
Salaries—Continued.
Clerk    1,620.00
Cashier and Clerk   1,080.00
Stenographer   900.00
Stenographer   840.00
Stenographer   780.00
Janitor  1,200.00
Temporary assistance 	
$15,360.00
Expenses        4,409.00
Total, Cranbrook Agency        19,769.00
Cumberland Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent   $2,640.00
Assessor    2,160.00
Deputy Assessor   1,800.00
Collector   1,800.00
Clerk and Special Collector  1,620.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Clerk   1,524.00
Clerk   1,200.00
Stenographer   960.00
Stenographer   930.00
$16,254.00
Expenses        5,201.00
Total, Cumberland Agency       21,455.00
Duncan Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent and Collector      $2,460.00
Deputy Assessor          1,860.00
Two Clerk-Stenographers @ $1,212        2,424.00
$6,744.00
Expenses        2,283.00
Total, Duncan Agency          9,027.00
Carried foncard      $81,905.00     $260,942.00 Z 48
ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$2,140.00
1,800.00
930.00
1,260.00
$6,130.00
1,472.00
$7,602.00
$1,920.00
900.00
$2,820.00
$2,460.00
2,100.00
1,500.00
1,200.00
$7,260.00
1,740.00
$9,000.00
$2,020.00
1,140.00
$3,160.00
1,270.00
$4,430.00
$2,120.00
1,300.00
$3,420.00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
94. Government Agents and Assessors, etc.—Continued.
Brought forward      $81,905.00      $260,942.00
Fernie Agency.
Salaries :
Government Agent      $2,140.00
Clerk         1,500.00
Stenographer  900.00
Janitor           1,320.00
$5,860.00
Expenses         1,325.00
Total, Fernie Agency         7,185.00
Fort Fraser Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent       $1,600.00
Expenses  735.00
Total, Fort Fraser Agency          2,335.00
Golden Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent and Collector       $2,460.00
Assessor          2,100.00
Clerk 	
Stenographer          1,200.00
Janitor           1,200.00
$6,960.00
Expenses         1,750.00
Total, Golden Agency          8,710.00
Grand Forks Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Government Sub-agent       $2,020.00
Janitor           1,200.00
$3,220.00
Expenses            1,135.00
Total, Grand Forks Sub-agency         4,355.00
Greenwood Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Government Sub-agent        $1,800.00
Expenses         1,250.00
Total, Greenwood Sub-agency          3,050.00
Carried forward   $107,540.00     $260,942.00 ESTIMATES  (1931-32).
Z 49
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal i'ear
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$2,940.00
2,400.00
2,340.00
1,500.00
1,380.00
1,380.00
1,140.00
1,140.00
780.00
840.00
1,260.00
$17,100.00
4,185.00
$21,285.00
$2,460.00
2,280.00
1,720.00
3,072.00
960.00
1,140.00
$11,632.00
768.00
$10,864.00
2,789.00
$13,653.00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
94. Government Agents and Assessors, etc.—Continued.
Brought forward  $107,540.00      $260,942.00
Kamloops Agency.
Salaries :
Government Agent   $2,940.00
Assessor    2,400.00
Collector   2,340.00
Clerk   1,500.00
Clerk   1,380.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,380.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,176.00
Stenographer  1,176.00
Stenographer   780.00
Junior Clerk   960.00
Stenographer  900.00
Junior Clerk   780.00
Janitor    1,200.00
$18,912.00
Expenses        4,985.00
Total, Kamloops Agency       23,897.00
Kaslo Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent and Collector   $2,460.00
Assessor    2,280.00
Clerk  1,720.00
Two Clerks @ $1,536   3,072.00
Stenographer   780.00
Janitor    1,140.00
$11,452.00
Less Public Works  Department, half
Clerk's salary  ».  768.00
$10,684.00
Expenses        2,653.00
Total, Kaslo Agency        13,337.00
Kelowna Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Government Sub-agent       $1,800.00
Stenographer   780.00
$2,580.00
Expenses  750.00
Total, Kelowna Sub-agency         3,330.00
Carried forward  $148,104.00     $260,942.00 Z 50
ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$2,260.00
1,620.00
1.S00.00
$5,680.00
3,028.00
$8,708.00
$2,040.00
1,140.00
840.00
1,140.00
$5,160.00
1,010.00
$6,170.00
$2,460.00
2,200.00
1,980.00
1,500.00
(2)    2,760.00
1,176.00
930.00
900.00
1,320.00
$15,228.00
4,255.00
$19,481.00
$2,940.00
2,520.00
2,520.00
$7,980.00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
94. Government Agents and Assessors, etc.—Continued.
Brought forward  ,  $148,104.00     $260,942.00
Lillooet Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Assessor and Collector       $2,140.00
Clerk        1,620.00
Two Stenographers @ $900         1,800.00
$5,560.00
Expenses        2,950.00
Total, Lillooet Sub-agency        8,510.00
Merritt Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Government Sub-agent       $2,040.00
Clerk-Stenographer    840.00
Stenographer   780.00
Janitor          1,140.00
$4,800.00
Expenses  975.00
Total, Merritt Sub-agency          5,775.00
Nanaimo Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent   $2,460.00
Assessor    2,200.00
Collector   2,000.00
Deputy Assessor   1,980.00
Special Collector  1,500.00
Clerk-Stenographer  ■  1,380.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,020.00
Stenographer   960.00
Stenographer   930.00
Janitor    1,320.00
$15,750.00
Expenses        4,611.00
Total, Nanaimo Agency       20,361.00
Nelson Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent      $2,940.00
Assessor          2,520.00
Collector          2,400.00
Carried foricard       $7,860.00 $182,750.00      $260,942.00 ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Z 51
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
193,1-32.
$7,980.00
1,800.00
1,620.00
1,080.00
900.00
1,212.00
1,140.00
900.00
840.00
1,200.00
$18,672.00
4,600.00
$23,272.00
$2,940.00
1,980.00
1,900.00
L152.00
948.00
780.00
1,500.00
1,260.00
1,080.00
2,880.00
2,260.00
1,920.00
1,500.00
948.00
900.00
840.00
780.00
960.00
$26,528.00
720.00
$25,808.00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
94. Government Agents and Assessors, etc.—Continued.
Nelson Agency—Continued.
Brought forward       $7,860.00 $182,750.00
Salaries—Continued.
Clerk   1,800.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Junior Clerk   1,080.00
Junior Clerk 	
Clerk-Stenographer    1,248.00
Stenographer  1,176.00
Stenographer  900.00
Stenographer   840.00
Stenographer  (temporary)     900.00
Janitor   ,. 1,200.00
$18,624.00
Expenses        4,805.00
Total, Nelson Agency      23,429.00
New Westminster Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent's Office.
Government Agent   $2,940.00
Clerk and Mining Recorder  1,980.00
Clerk   1,900.00
Clerk   1,860.00
Clerk   1,152.00
Stenographer   1,080.00
Stenographer     996.00
Stenographer   780.00
Chief Janitor  1,500.00
Janitor     1,260.00
Janitor and Night-watchman  1,080.00
Assessor's Office.
Assessor         2,940.00
Collector         2,260.00
Deputy Assessor	
Clerk          1,500.00
Stenographer  996.00
Stenographer   930.00
Stenographer  900.00
Stenographer  900.00
Junior Clerk   660.00
$260,942.00
$27,614.00
Less' refund for registration of voters 720.00
Carried forward      $26,894.00 $206,179.00     $260,942.00 Z 52
ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Y'ear
1931-32.
$25,808.00
7,600.00
$33,408.00
$1,900.00
443.00
$2,343.00
$2,640.00
2,240.00
1,900.00
1,620.00
1,320.00
1,080.00
780.00
780.00
$12,360.00
4,450.00
$16,810.00
$2,160.00
2,040.00
1,716.00
1,080.00
$6,996.00
2,000.00
$8,996.00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
94. Government Agents and Assessors, etc.—Continued.
New Westminster Agency—Continued.
Brought forward     $26,894.00 $206,179.00     $260,942.00
Expenses         6,358.00
Total, New Westminster Agency       33,252.00
New Denver Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Mining Recorder        $1,900.00
Expenses  443.00
Total, New Denver Sub-agency  2,343.00
Penticton Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent   $2,640.00
Assessor   2,100.00
Deputy Collector   1,900.00
Clerk   1,500.00
Clerk   1,500.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,092.00
Stenographer   780.00
Stenographer   780.00
Junior Clerk   780.00
$13,072.00
Expenses        4,400.00
Total, Penticton Agency        17,472.00
Pouce Coupe Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent (salary, $2,040 ; living
allowance, $120)       $2,160.00
Assessor   (salary,  $1,920;   living allowance,  $120)           2,040.00
Deputy Collector  (salary, $1,800; living
allowance, $120)           1,920.00
Clerk  (salary, $1,596; living allowance,
$120)           1,716.00
Clerk-Stenographer          1,080.00
Stenographer   900.00
$9,816.00
Expenses        2.625.00
Total, Pouce Coupe Agency       12,441.00
Carried forward  $271,687.00      $260,942.00 ESTIMATES  (1931-32).
Z 53
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$2,000.00
800.00
$2,800.00
(3)
$2,460.00
2,260.00
2,260.00
1,700.00
1,620.00
960.00
1,044.00
2,700.00
1,260.00
$16,264.00
7,700.00
$23,964.00
$2,400.00
2,520.00
1,920.00
1,800.00
1,572.00
900.00
1,320.00
1,200.00
900.00
780.00
1,260.00
720.00
1,440.00
$18,732.00
8,435.00
$27,167.00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Confirmed.
94. Government Agents and Assessors, etc.—Continued.
Brought forward  $271,687.00     $260,942.00
Powell River Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Government Sub-agent       $2,100.00
Expenses  472.00
Total, Powell River Sub-agency         2,572.00
Prince George Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent   $2,460.00
Assessor   2,260.00
Collector   2,260.00
Clerk   1,700.00
Clerk  	
Junior Clerk   1,020.00
Stenographer   1,092.00
Stenographer   930.00
Two Stenographers @ $900   1,800.00
Janitor     1,320.00
Temporary assistance   500.00
$15,342.00
Expenses        6,616.00
Total, Prince George Agency       21,958.00
Prince Rupert Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent   $2,400.00
Assessor    2,520.00
Collector   1,920.00
Clerk    1,800.00
Clerk   1,800.00
Clerk  1,500.00
Junior Clerk   900.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,320.00
Clerk-Stenographer    1,200.00
Stenographer   900.00
Stenographer   780.00
Janitor    1,320.00
Assistant Janitor   720.00
Engineer   1,440.00
$20,520.00
Expenses        7,845.00
Total, Prince Rupert Agency       28,365.00
Carried  forward    $324,582.00     $260,942.00 Z 54
ESTIMATES  (1931-32).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$2,340.00
780.00
$3,120.00
1,575.00
$4,695.00
$2,340.00
2,220.00
(2)    3,240.00
900.00
$8,700.00
3,360.00
$12,060.00
$840.00
450.00
$1,290.00
$2,580.00
2,160.00
1,860.00
1,536.00
1,092.00
1,560.00
1,260.00
$12,048.00
4,029.00
$16,077.00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued*
94. Government Agents and Assessors, etc.—Continued.
Brought forward   $324,582.00     $260,942.00
Princeton Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Gold Commissioner and Mining Recorder     $2,340.00
Stenographer   780.00
$3,120.00
Expenses          1,290.00
Total, Princeton Sub-agency         4,410.00
Quesnel Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent      $2,340.00
Assessor    2,220.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Clerk   1,500.00
Stenographer   930.00
$8,610.00
Expenses        4,335.00
Total, Quesnel Agency        12,945.00
Queen Charlotte Island Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Mining Recorder   $840.00
Expenses   450.00
Total, Queen Charlotte Island Sub-agency       1,290.00
Revelstoke Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent and Collector   $2,580.00
Assessor    2,160.00
Mining Recorder   1,860.00
Clerk   1,536.00
Clerk-Stenographer    1,092.00
Two Stenographers @ $780   1,560.00
Janitor    1,260.00
$12,048.00
Expenses        3,455.00
Total, Revelstoke Agency       15,503.00
Carried  forward     $358,730.00     $260,942.00 ESTIMATES  (1931-32).
Z 55
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
193,1-32.
$2,000.00
780.00
1,140.00
$3,920.00
1,140.00
$5,060.00
$1,800.00
1,500.00
$3,300.00
500.00
$3,800.00
$2,340.00
2,400.00
1,920.00
1,800.00
1,572.00
1,620.00
1,500.00
960.00
840.00
720.00
$15,672.00
5,930.00
$21,602.00
$1,620.00
840.00
$2,460,00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
94. Government Agents and Assessors, etc—Continued.
Brought forward   $358,730.00     $260,942.00
Rossland Sub-agency.
Salaries:
.Government   Sub-agent         $2,000.00
Stenographer   780.00
Janitor         1,200.00
$3,980.00
Expenses        1,270.00
Total, Rossland Sub-agency         5,250.00
Salmon Arm Sul)-agency.
Salaries:
Government Sub-agent .'.      $1,800.00
Clerk         1,500.00
Janitor  930.00
$4,230.00
Expenses         1,000.00
Total, Salmon Arm Sub-agency         5,230.00
Smithers Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent       $2,340.00
Assessor          2,400.00
Mining Recorder	
Collector         1,800.00
Clerk          1,572.00
Clerk        1,620.00
Clerk          1,500.00
Stenographer   960.00
Stenographer   840.00
Temporary assistance   800.00
$13,832.00
Expenses        5,080.00
Total, Smithers Agency       18,912.00
Stewart Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Mining Recorder      $1,620.00
Stenographer  .'. 900.00
Carried forward      $2,520.00 $388,122.00     $260,942.00 Z 56
ESTIMATES  (1931-32).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$2,460.00
888.00
$3,348.00
$2,040.00
940.00
$2,980.00
$3,540.00
2,400.00
3,600.00
1,620.00
780.00
900.00
900.00
840.00
2,240.00
1,800.00
$18,620.00
3,360.0C
2,380.00
2,460.00
2,160.00
2,220.00
(3)    6,300.00
2,000.00
1,800.00
1,920.00
1,200.00
3,120.00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
94. Government Agents and Assessors, etc.—Continued.
Stewart Sub-agency—Continued.
Brought forward       $2,520.00 $388,122.00     $260,942.00
Expenses  828.00
Total, Stewart Sub-agency         3,348.00
Telegraph Creek Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent and Assessor      $2,040.00
' Expenses  940.00
Total, Telegraph Creek Agency         2,980.00
Vancouver Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent's Office.
Government Agent  $3,540.00
Deputy Government Agent   2,400.00
Two Clerks @ $1,800   3,600.00
Clerk    1,620.00
Junior Clerk  780.00
Stenographer   1,092.00
Stenographer   900.00
Stenographer   780.00
Inspector of Amusements Tax  2,240.00
Inspector of Amusements Tax   1,800.00
$18,752.00
$47,540.00
Assessor and Collector's Office.
Senior Auditor and Assessor   3,360.00
Auditor   2,380.00
Auditor  .'.  2,460.00
Auditor   2,160.00
Auditor   2,220.00
Two Auditors @ $2,100   4,200.00
Auditor   1,800.00
Audit Clerk   2,000.00
Audit Clerk 	
Inspector  1,920.00
Clerk      	
Collector and Office Manager  3,120.00
Carried forward   $44,372.00 $394,450.00
,$260,942.00 ESTIMATES  (1931-32).
Z 57
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
(5)
$47,540.00
2,480.00
2,100.00
1,572.00
1,500.00
2,640.00
1,572.00
8,100.00
1,440.00
1,200.00
1,536.00
1,080.00
1,200.00
1,320.00
1,212.00
1,020.00
1,044.00
960.00
(6)    5,400.00
(4)    3,360.00
900.00
(2)    1,560.00
2,040.00
1,560.00
1,440.00
1,620.00
1,260.00
1,380.00
1,420.00
10,080.00
1,260.00
2,040.00
1,200.00
1,200.00
$117,236.00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
94. Government Agents and Assessors, etc—Continued.
Vancouver Agency—Continued.
Brought forward      $44,372.00 $394,450.00
Salaries—Continued.
Assessor and Collector's Office—Continued.
Deputy Assessor of Income        2,480.00
Chief Clerk         2,100.00
Special Collector         1,572.00
Special Collector	
Two Inspectors @ $1,320         2,640.00
Special Collector         1,572.00
Four Clerks @ $1,620         6.480.00
Clerk and Cashier         1,440.00
Assistant Cashier         1,200.00
Clerk          1,538.00
Clerk          1,080.00
Postal Clerk          1,200.00
Clerk-Stenographer          1,320.00
Clerk-Stenographer          1,248.00
Stenographer 	
Two Ledger Clerks @ $1,200         2,400.00
Stenographer 	
Stenographer 	
Stenographer          1,092.00
Three Stenographers ® $930         2,790.00
Three Stenographers @ $900         2,700.00
Stenographer  840.00
Junior Clerk   900.00
Four Stenographers @ $780.00          3,120.00
Temporary assistance        1,000.00
Mechanical Staff.
Engineer   2,040.00
Fireman    1,560.00
Fireman  1,440.00
Chief Janitor  1,620.00
Night-watchman   1,260.00
Night-foreman  1,380.00
Gardener and Janitor  1,420.00
Eight Janitors @ $1,260  10,080.00
Gardener and Janitor  1,260.00
Two Elevator Attendants @ $1,020  2,040.00
Commissionaire  1,200.00
Usher  1,080.00
Carried foricard  $111,462.00 $394,450.00
$260,942.00
$260,942.00 Z 58
ESTIMATES  (1931-32).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
193,1-32.
$117,236.00
8,200.00
1,700.00
2,764.00
9,550.00
$139,450.00
1,680.00
1,500.00
(7)    9,240.00
1,320.00
1,020.00
1,000.00
$155,210.00
1,550.00
3,300.00
$160,060.00
$2,520.00
2,940.00
2,000.00
1,800.00
1,500.00
1,200.00
948.00
(2)    1,560.00
1,260.00
500.00
$16,228.00
6,245.00
$22,473.00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
94. Government Agents and Assessors, etc.—Continued.
Vancouver Agency—Continued.
Brought forward   $111,462.00 $394,450.00
Expenses :
Office supplies, etc  8,000.00
Travelling expenses, etc  2,500.00
Cleaning and Janitors' supplies   2,600.00
Fuel, light, water, etc  9,500.00
$260,942.00
$134,062.00
Workmen's Compensation and Labour Building.
Salaries:
Engineer   1,680.00
Chief Janitor  1,500.00
Night-foreman  1,3S0.00
Four Janitors @ $1,320   5,280.00
Two Janitors @ $1,260   2,520.00
Watchman   1,320.00
Elevator Attendant   1,020.00
Temporary assistance   1,000.00
$149,762.00
Expenses:
Cleaning and Janitors' supplies          1,500.00
Fuel, light, water, power, etc        3,000.00
Total, Vancouver Agency      154,262.00
Vernon Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent      $2,520.00
Assessor    2,400.00
Clerk   1,800.00
Clerk   1,800.00
Clerk    1,500.00
Clerk    1,200.00
Stenographer   996.00
Stenographer  .. 900.00
Stenographer   840.00
Janitor    1,320.00
Temporary assistance   400.00
$15,676.00
Expenses        5,665.00
Total, Vernon Agency       21,341.00
Carried forward   $570,053.00
$260,942.00 ESTIMATES  (1931-32).
Z 59
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$3,240.00
2,880.00
1,900.00
2,000.00
2,000.00
1,500.00
1,392.00
1,200.00
840.00
900.00
780.00
840.00
720.00
$20,192.00
2,565.00
$22,757.00
$2,000.00
1,200.00
1.000.00
$4,200.00
1,810.00
$6,010.00
$2,000.00
550.00
$2,550.00
$8,000.00
$614,931.00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
94. Government Agents and Assessors, etc—Continued.
Brought forward   $570,053.00     $260,942.00
Victoria Assessor.
Salaries:
Assessor    $3,240.00
Collector   2,880.00
Deputy Assessor ....'.  1,900.00
Deputy Collector and Chief Clerk  2,000.00
Special Collector   2,000.00
Clerk   1,500.00
Clerk   1,392.00
Clerk   1,080.00
Junior Clerk  900.00
Clerk-Stenographer   948.00
Stenographer   780.00
Stenographer   840.00
Junior Clerk   540.00
$20,000.00
Expenses        2,610.00
Total, Victoria Assessor       22,610.00
Williams Lake Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Government Sub-agent        $2,000.00
Clerk-Stenographer         1,200.00
Janitor          1,000.00
$4,200.00
Expenses          1,810.00
Total, Williams Lake Sub-agency         6,010.00
Wilmer Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Mining Recorder      $2,000.00
Expenses  550.00
Total, Wilmer Sub-agency         2,550.00
Sundry Sub-agencies.
Commissions, salaries, and expenses        6,000.00
Total, Government Agents, Assessors, etc., Vote No. 94       607,223.00
Carried forward       $868,165.00 Z 60
ESTIMATES  (1931-32).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$250.00
8,000.00
2,200.00
18,000.00
9,000.00
23,900.00
50,000.00
800.00
9,600.00
$1,005,587.00
$570,000.00
210,000.00
75,000.00
$855,000.00
$1,860,5S7.00
$3,900.00
2,000.00
1,440.00
15,000.00
$22,340.00
1,960.00
6,750.00
3,500.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
7,500.00
1,000.00
$45,050.00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
Brought forward  $868,165.00
95. Exchange     250.00
96. Printing  Public   Accounts,   Revenue   Receipts,   Bonds,   Cheques,
Estimates, etc  8,000.00
97. Interest on Suitors' Funds Deposits, etc  2,200.00
98. Delinquent Extra-municipal School Taxes  15,000.00
99. Incidentals and Contingencies  7,000.00
100. Bureau of Information   17,000.00
101. General Publicity   40,000.00
102. Grant to City of Greenwood  800.00
103. Grant to City of Rossland  9,600.00
104. Appraisal and Classification of Reverted Lands  7,300.00
To be voted   $975,315.00
Authorized by Statute.
"Municipalities Aid Act," R.S.B.C. 1924:
Sundry Municipalities:
Sec.   2—Share  of  motor-vehicle  and  chauffeurs'
licences   $570,000.00
Sec. 3—Pari-mutuel taxes     175,000.00
" Superannuation Act," R.S.B.C. 1924, Sec. 11—Interest on Superannuation Fund  200.00
Statutory Expenditure         745,200.00
Total, Department of Finance     $1,720,515.00
105. DEPARTMENT OF FISHERIES.
Salaries:
Assistant to Commissioner   $4,020.00
Inspector of Fisheries  2,000.00
Clerk and Stenographer  1,440.00
Overseers and Inspectors   7,500.00
$14,960.00
Expenses:
Office expenses, etc  $2,250.00
Travelling expenses, etc  5,000.00
Collection of fishery taxes  3,500.00
Fisheries exhibits, national and international  500.00
Salmon investigation  1,000.00
Joint investigation of pilchard and herring   8,250.00
Allowance to Chairman, Halibut Commission   1,000.00
Total of Vote No. 105        $36,460.00 ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Z 61
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
106.
DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR.
Minister's Office.
$480.00
Secretary
$480.00
$480.00
Total of Vote No. 106
107.
General Office.
$4,320.00
2,340.00
2,220.00
996.00
780.00
540.00
$11,196.00
1,660.00
540.00
5,000.00
Salaries:
Deputy Minister of Labour
Chief Clerk     	
Inspector    .'.	
Clerk and Stenographer 	
Clerk and Stenographer ....
Junior Clerk 	
Temporary assistance	
$18,396.00
$1,920.00
1,372.00
900.00
$4,192.00
450.00
$3,742.00
675.00
1,350.00
$5,767.00
$3,120.00
1,140.00
$4,260.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Travelling expenses, etc. 	
Administration of " Hours of Work Act " and " Male
Minimum Wage Act"—Salaries, allowances, expenses, etc	
Total of Vote No. 107 	
$4,440.00
2,340.00
2,220.00
1,044.00
660.00
500.00
$11,204.00
1,660.00
540.00
4,000.00
108.
Minimum Wage Board.
Salaries:
Secretary  	
Inspector, Vancouver ....
Clerk and Stenographer
Less one-half Stenographer's salary chargeable to
Factories Inspection 	
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Travelling expenses, etc.
$1,920.00
1,372.00
980.00
$4,252.00
480.00
$3,772.00
550.00
1,000.00
Total of Vote No. 108
109.
Employment Service.
Provincial Clearing-house.
Salaries :
General Superintendent
Clerk and Stenographer
$3,120.00
1,176.00
Carried forward      $4,296.00
$480.00
17,404.00
5.322.00
$23 2°6 00 Z 62
ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$4,260.00
630.00
450.00
3,000.00
$8,340.00
$1,620.00
75.00
$1,695.00
270.00
400.00
$2,365.00
$1,620.00
100.00
$1,720.00
270.00
400.00
$2,390.00
$1,620.00
100.00
$1,720.00
270.00
500.00
£2,490.00
DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR—Continued.
109. Employment Service—Continued.
Provincial Clearing-house—Continued.
Brought forward       $4,296.00 $23,206.00
Expenses :
Office supplies, etc  500.00
Travelling expenses, etc  450.00
Incidentals and contingencies, part-time
and temporary offices—salaries and
expenses          3,000.00
Total, Provincial Clearing-house        $8,246.00
Cranbrook Office.
Salaries :
Clerk        $1,440.00
Temporary assistance   75.00
$1,515.00
Expenses :
Office supplies, etc  250.00
Rent, fuel, light, etc  400.00
Total, Cranbrook Office         2,165.00
Kamloops Office.
Salaries:
•   Clerk       $1,620.00
Temporary assistance   100.00
$1,720.00
Expenses :
Office supplies, etc  250.00
Rent, fuel, light, etc.  400.00
Total, Kamloops Office         2,370.00
Nanaimo Office.
Salaries:
Clerk       $1,620.00
Temporary assistance   100.00
$1,720.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  250.00
Rent, fuel, light, etc  500.00
Total, Nanaimo Office         2,470.00
Carried forward      $15,251.00       $23,206.00 ESTIMATES  (1931-32).
Z 63
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR—Continued.
109
Employment Service—
Continued.
Brought for
Nelson Office.
$15,251.00
$23,206.00
Salaries:
$1,500.00
Clerk  	
$1,500.00
75.00
Temporary assistance
75.00
$1,575.00
$1,575.00
Expenses:
270.00
Office supplies, etc	
250.00
400.00
2,225.00
400.00
Rent, light, fuel, etc.
Total, Nelso
n Office 	
•
$2,245.00
New Westminster Office.
Salaries:
$1,800.00
Clerk 	
$1,800.00
100.00
Temporary assistance
100.00
$1,900.00
$1,900.00
Expenses:
270.00
Office supplies, etc	
250.00
450.00
Rent, light, fuel, etc	
Total, New Westminster Office
Penticton Offict
450.00
2,600.00
$2,620.00
Salaries:
$1,620.00
Clerk 	
$1,620.00
75.00
Temporary assistance
75.00
$1,695.00
$1,695.00
Expenses:
270.00
Office supplies, etc	
250.00
350.00
Rent, light, fuel, etc	
Total, Penticton Office 	
Prince George Of)
350.00
2,295.00
$2,315.00
lee.
Salaries:
$1,800.00
Clerk 	
$1,800.00
75.00
Temporary assistance
75.00
$1,875.00
$1,875.00
Expenses:
270.00
Office supplies, etc	
250.00
420.00
Rent, light, fuel, etc	
Total, Prince George Office
Carried forward 	
420.00
2,545.00
$2,565.00
$24,916.00
$23,206.00 Z 64
ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$1,800.00
100.00
$1,900.00
270.00
500.00
$2,670.00
$2,640.00
2,060.00
10,800.00
1,472.00
1,272.00
780.00
100.00
$19,124.00
1,800.00
6,000.00
$26,924.00
$2,060.00
1,800.00
1,372.00
840.00
$6,072.00
720.00
1,000.00
$7,792.00
$62,716.00
20,750.00
$41,966.00
DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR—Continued.
109. Employment Service—Continued.
Brought forward      $24,916.00
Prince Rupert Office.
Salaries:
Clerk        $1,800.00
Temporary assistance  100.00
$23,206.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc. ...
Rent, light, fuel, etc.
$1,900.00
250.00
500.00
Total, Prince Rupert Office	
Vancouver Office.
Salaries:
Superintendent   $2,640.00
Assistant  Superintendent   2,060.00
Six Clerks @ $1,800   10,800.00
Chief Clerk, Women's Department   1,472.00
Clerk   1,320.00
Clerk and Stenographer  780.00
Temporary assistance   100.00
2,650.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Rent, fuel, light, etc.
$19,172.00
1,300.00
5,850.00
Total, Vancouver Office       26,322.00
Victoria Office.
Salaries:
Superintendent        $2,060.00
Clerk 	
Chief Clerk, Women's Department
Clerk and Stenographer	
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc. —
Rent, fuel, light, etc.
1,800.00
1,200.00
840.00
$5,900.00
720.00
1,000.00
Total, Victoria Office
7,620.00
$61,508.00
Less Dominion of Canada Subvention, estimated at     20,500.00
Total, Employment Service, Vote No. 109
Carried forward 	
41,008.00
$64,214.00 ESTIMATES  (1931-32).
Z 65
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No.^of                                                     SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR— Continued.
Brought forward	
$64,214.00
110
Factories Inspection.
Salaries:
$2,720.00
2,700.00
$2,720.00
.
Assistant Inspector 	
2,700.00
960.00
Clerk and Stenographer	
960.00
48.00
48.00
$6,428.00
$6,428.00
Less one-half Stenographer's salary chargeable to
480.00
Minimum AVage Board   	
480.00
$5,948.00
$5,948.00
Expenses:
360.00
Office supplies, etc	
360.00
1,980.00
Travelling expenses, etc	
Total of Vote No. 110 	
To be voted	
1,480.00
$8,288.00
7,788.00
$74,897.00
$72,002.00
Authorized by Statute.
" Old-age Pension Act ":
$14,720.00
Salaries and expenses 	
..    $12,500.00
1,230,000.00
Pensions 	
1,230.000.00
$1,244,720.00
$1,242,500.00
Less refund by Dominion Government of one-half
615,000.00
net amount paid out for pensions 	
Total, Administration of " Old-age Pensi<
Total, Department of Labour	
615,000.00
$629,720.00
m Act " 	
627,500.00
$704,617.00
$699,502.00
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS.
111
Minister's Office.
Salaries:
$7,500.00
2,040.00
Minister of Lands 	
$7,500.00
Secretary  	
2,040.00
$9,540.00
$9,540.00
Expenses:
675.00
Office supplies, etc	
675.00
2,250.00
Travelling expenses, etc	
Total of Vote No. Ill	
Carried forward 	
1,700.00
$12,465.00
$11,915.00
$11,915.00 Z 66
ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$5,000.00
1,800.00
1,900.00
1,800.00
1,720.00
6,480.00
1,464.00
1,452.00
1,140.00
1,344.00
900.00
1,140.00
2,160.00
£28,300.00
$3,000.00
2,400.00
2,460.00
2,200.00
2,200.00
2,200.00
4,000.00
1,860.00
1,740.00
3,240.00
1,572.00
1,488.00
1,380.00
1,140.00
1,320.00
960.00
930.00
840.00
960.00
840.00
420.00
$37,150.00
$4,240.00
3,120.00
$7,360.00
DEPARTMENT OF hANDS—Continued.
Brought forward          $11,915.00
112. Salaries.
(a.)  General Office—General Administration.
Deputy Minister        $5,000.00
Recorder         1,800.00
Clerk          1,900.00
Clerk           l.SOO.OO
Property Clerk         1,720.00
Four Clerks @ $1,620         6.480.00
Clerk          1,484.00
Clerk          1,452.00
Clerk         1,140.00
Clerk-Stenographer           1,314.00
Stenographer 	
Junior Clerk         1,200.00
Two Junior Clerks @ $1,140          2,280.00
Total Salaiies, General Office      $27,580.00
(6.)  Lands Branch.
Superintendent of Lands   $3,000.00
Assistant Superintendent and Chief Clerk 2,400.00
Inspector of Lands   2,460.00
Assistant Chief Clerk   2,200.00
Accountant   2,200.00
Status Clerk   2,200.00
Two Clerks @ $2,000   4,000.00
Clerk    1,860.00
Clerk    1,740.00
Two Clerks @ $1,620  3,240.00
Clerk   1,572.00
Clerk    1,488.00
Clerk    1,380.00
Clerk    1,500.00
Clerk    1,140.00
Stenographer   1,320.00
Stenographer   780.00
Stenographer   780.00
Stenographer   900.00
Junior Clerk   1,020.00
Junior Clerk   900.00
Messenger  420.00
Total Salaries, Lands Branch       38,500.00
(c.)  Surveys Branch.
Surveyor-General       $4,240.00
Surveys Division:
Assistant Surveyor-General         3,240.00
Carried forward        $7,480.00   $66,080.00       $11,915.00 ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Z 67
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$7,360.00
2,100.00
8,000.00
1,980.00
7,680.00
1,920.00
1,380.00
1,320.00
780.00
3,120.00
2,520.00
2,520.00
4,680.00
4,200.00
1,980.00
3,840.00
1,920.00
1,900.00
1,680.00
1,620.00
1,380.00
1,200.00
660.00
3,500.00
6,840.00
2,220.00
2,100.00
1,620.00
3,240.00
1,500.00
1,248.00
840.00
2220.00
1,860.00
1,800.00
540.00
95,268.00
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS—Continued.
112. Salaries—Continued.
,(c.)  Surveys Branch—Continued.
Brought forward   $7,480.00   $66,080.00       $11,915.00
Surveys Division—Continued.
Draughtsman     2,100.00
Four Draughtsmen @ $2,000   8,000.00
Draughtsman     1,980.00
Four Draughtsmen @ $1,920   7,680.00
Draughtsman     2,000.00
Draughtsman     1,380.00
Junior Draughtsman   1,320.00
Apprentice Draughtsman   900.00
Geographic Division:
Chief  Geographer   3,240.00
Registrar    2,520.00
Mathematical Computer  2,520.00
Two Draughtsmen @ $2,340   4,680.00
-  Two Draughtsmen @ $2,100   4,200.00
Draughtsman     1,980.00
Two Draughtsmen @ $1,920   3,840.00
Draughtsman    !  1,920.00
Geodetic Computer	
Draughtsman :. 1,680.00
Draughtsman  1,620.00
Draughtsman     1,380.00
Junior Draughtsman   1,200.00
Apprentice Draughtsman  660.00
Topographic    Division:
Aerial Topographer   3,500.00
Topographic Surveyor  3,500.00
Two Topographic Surveyors ® $3,420.... 6,840.00
Assistant Topographic Surveyor   2,220.00
Assistant Topographic Surveyor   2,100.00
Assistant Topographic Surveyor   1,620.00
General Staff:
Two Clerks @ $1,620   3,240.00
Clerk    1,500.00
Stenographer  1,284.00
Stenographer  900.00
Map-mounter   2,220.00
Photostat Operator   1,860.00
Blue-print Operator  1,800.00
Blue-printer's Assistant   660.00
Total Salaries, Surveys Branch       97,524.00
Carried  forward    $163,604.00       $11,915.00 Z 68
ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$4,440.00
3,240.00
3,420.00
3,240.00
3,000.00
3,120.00
2,440.00
2,220.00
2.200.00
2,100.00
5,760.00
1,860.00
1,800.00
1,260.00
2,340.00
5,880.00
1,900.00
1,620.00
1,212.00
930.00
900.00
930.00
1,380.00
600.00
3,120.00
2,340.00
1,700.00
3,120.00
2,200.00
930.00
2,940.00
2,100.00
900.00
2,940.00
$80,082.00
$4,740.00
3,520.00
6,240.00
2,940.00
2,940.00
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS—Continued.
112.
Salaries—Continued.
Brought forward
$183,604.00        $11,915.00
((..)  Water Rights Branch.
Comptroller of Water Rights 	
Assistant to Comptroller and Chief Engineer ; Member, Board of Investigation....
Chairman, Board of Investigation	
Registrar, Board of Investigation 	
Member, Board of Investigation 	
Inspector   	
Chief Field Engineer	
Office Engineer 	
Senior Draughtsman 	
Draughtsman	
Three Draughtsmen @ $1,920 	
Draughtsman	
Draughtsman	
Draughtsman	
Chief Clerk 	
Three Clerks @ $1,960 	
Clerk 	
Clerk 	
Stenographer 	
Stenographer 	
Stenographer '.	
Stenographer 	
Junior Clerk	
Messenger	
District Engineer, Kelowna 	
Assistant District Engineer 	
Clerk	
District Engineer, Kamloops	
Assistant District Engineer 	
Stenographer	
District Engineer, Nelson 	
Assistant District Engineer	
Stenographer 	
District Engineer, Victoria 	
$4,560.00
3,360.00
3,540.00
3,360.00
3,240.00
2,440.00
2,220.00
2,200.00
2,100.00
5,760.00
1,860.00
1,800.00
1.260.00
2,340.00
5.880.00
1.900.00
1,620.00
1,248.00
980.00
930.00
780.00
1.380.00
600.00
2,745.00
2,340.00
1,700.00
3,240.00
2,200.00
900.00
2.940.00
2,100.00
900.00
2,940.00
Total Salaries, Water Rights Branch       77,403.00
(e.) Forest Branch.
Chief Forester  $4 860.00
Assistant Chief Forester   3,640.00
Two Foresters @ $3,120  .'.  6,240.00
Assistant Forester   3,060.00
Assistant Forester   2,940.00
$20,380.00
Carried forward     $20,740.00 $241,007.00       $11,915.00 ESTIMATES  (1931-C2).
Z 69
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$20,380.00
2,340.00
2,220.00
2,000.00
2,020.00
1,920.00
5,400.00
2,SS0.00
2,640.00
2.640.00
2,640.00
2,520.00
2,200.00
2,000.00
2,000.00
1,920.00
1,880.00
3,400.00
1,600.00
2,200.00
4,400.00
2,000.00
5,760.00
5,700.00
1,800.00
1,620.00
1,572.00
1,548.00
1.368.00
1,272.00
1,140.00
1,320.00
900.00
1,020.00
1,020.00
960.00
1,020.00
930.00
1,800.00
900.00
780.00
600.00
540.00
$106,770.00
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS—Continued.
112. Salaries—Continued.
(e.) Forest Braneli— Continued.
Brought forward      $20,740.00 $241,007.00       $11,915.00
Junior Forester	
Statistician  2,220.00
Junior Forester   2,000.00
Junior Forester   2,020.00
Junior Forester   1,920.00
Three Junior Foresters @ $1,800  5,400.00
Royalty Inspector   2,880.00
Status Clerk   2.640.00
Chief Clerk  2,640.00
Accountant  2,610.00
Mechanical Inspector   2.520.00
Chief Draughtsman   2,100.00
Draughtsman  2,020.00
Draughtsman     2,000.00
Draughtsman     1,920.00
Draughtsman  1,880.00
Two Draughtsmen @ $1,700  3,400.00
Draughtsman     1,600.00
Assistant Accountant   2,200.00
Two Clerks @ $2,200   4,400.00
Clerk   2,000.00
Three Clerks @ $1,920   5,760.00
Three Clerks @ $1,900   5,700.00
Clerk    1,800.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Clerk   1,572.00
Clerk    1,548.00
Clerk    1,368.00
Clerk    1,500.00
Clerk    1,200.00
Stenographer   1,320.00
Stenographer 	
Stenographer   1,044.00
Stenographer   780.00
Stenographer   996.00
Stenographer   1,020.00
Stenographer   996.00
Two Stenographers @ $930   1,860.00
Stenographer 	
Stenographer   780.00
Junior Clerk   660.00
Junior Clerk   540.00
Carried forward   $103,204.00 $241,007.00       $11,915.00 Z 70
ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$106,770.00
2,220.00
3,840.00
2,560.00
2,020.00
1,760.00
2,9-40.00
1,900.00
3,960.00
1,092.00
3,860.00
2,960.00
2,640.00
2,520.00
1,920.00
2,460.00
2,160.00
1,920.00
1,900.00
1,620.00
1,416.00
1,296.00
960.00
780.00
1,212.00
1,020.00
990.00
960.00
996.00
780.00
4,920.00
2,460.00
2,340.00
1,620.00
1,572.00
1,536.00
1,500.00
4,400.00
16,800.00
$200,580.00
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS—Continued.
112. Salaries—Continued.
(e.) Forest Branch—Continued.
Brought forward   $103,204.00 $241,007.00       $11,915.00
Southern Coast Experimental Station :
Junior Forester   2,220.00
Two Junior Foresters @ $1,920   3,840.00
Northern Interior Experimental Station :
Assistant Forester   2,560.00
Junior Forester   2,020.00
Station Foreman 	
Lumber Trade Extension:
Lumber Trade Commissioner   2,940.00
Assistant Lumber Trade Commissioner.... 1,500.00
Grazing:
Grazing Commissioner   3,960.00
Stenographer   1,092.00
Southern Coast, Vancouver  (Class A District) :
Forester  3,980.00
Assistant District Forester   2,760.00
Assistant Forester   2,640.00
Fire Inspector  2,520.00
Junior Forester   1,920.00
Chief Clerk   2,460.00
Clerk   2,160.00
Draughtsman     1,920.00
Clerk    1,900.00
Clerk  1.620.00
Clerk   1,416.00
Clerk   1,298.00
Junior Clerk   1,020.00
Junior Clerk   909.00
Stenographer   1,248.00
Stenographer   1,020.00
Stenographer   1,020.00
Stenographer   1,044.00
Stenographer  :.. 1.044.00
Stenographer   S40.00
Two Supervisors @ $2,460   4,920.00
Supervisor 	
Supervisor  2,340.00
Supervisor's Clerk   1,620.00
Supervisor's Clerk   1,572.00
Supervisor's Clerk   1,538.00
Supervisor's Clerk   1,500.00
Two Rangers @ $2,200   4,400.00
Eight Rangers @ $2,100  16,800.00
Carried forward   $192,752.00 $241,007.00       $11,915.00 ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Z 71
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$200,580.00
4,000.00
7,600.00
3,520.00
2,340.00
2,100.00
1,680.00
2,340.00
2,000.00
1,800.00
3,660.00
3,300.00
27,000.00
35,280.00
2,100.00
11,880.00
2,340.00
2,000.00
2,592.00
1,080.00
780.00
1,020.00
990.00
780.00
3,220.00
2,880.00
2,640.00
2,120.00
2,460.00
1,800.00
1,620.00
1,500.00
1,500.00
1,176.00
960.00
1,860.00
900.00
1,020.00
780.00
$349,198.00
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS—Continued.
112. Sj-Laries—Continued.
(e.) Forest Branch—Continued.
Brought forward   $192,752.00 $241,007.00
Southern Coast, Vancouver  (Class A District)—Continued.
Two Rangers @ $2,000   4,000.00
Four Rangers @ $1,900   7,600.00
Two Rangers @ $1,760   3,520.00
Export Inspector   2,340.00
Export Patrolman	
Wireless Telephone Operator 	
Foreman, Thurston Bay  2,340.00
Mechanic, Thurston Bay   2,000.00
Boat-builder, Thurston Bay   1,800.00
Scaling Staff:
Supervisor of Scaling   3,780.00
Supervisor  of   Scalers,  Vancouver  District   3,600.00
Nine Senior Scalers @ $3,000   27,000.00
Fourteen Scalers @ $2,520  35,280.00
Scaler    2,409.00
Six Junior Scalers @ $2,100   12,600.00
Recorder of Scaling   2.340.00
Recorder of Scaling   2,000.00
Two Computing Clerks @ $1,296  2,592.00
Computing Clerk  1,140.00
Computing Clerk   840.00
Clerk   1,080.00
Stenographer   1,020.00
Stenographer   840.00
Southern  Interior,  Nelson   (Class  A  District) :
Forester    3,340.00
Assistant District Forester   2,760.00
Assistant Forester  2,460.00
Junior Forester  2,120.00
Supervisor of Licensed Scalers   2,460.00
Chief Clerk   1,800.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Clerk   1,500.00
Clerk   1,200.00
Stenographer   780.00
Stenographer   990.00
Two Stenographers @ $960  1,920.00
Stenographer   840.00
Junior Clerk  :	
Junior Clerk   900.00
Carried forward   $337,554.00 $241,007.00
$11,915.00
$11,915.00 ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$349,198.00
1,380.00
2,460.00
4,920.00
2,220.00
1,620.00
1,524.00
1,584.00
11,000.00
4,200.00
2,000.00
5,700.00
5,280.00
1,560.00
3,120.00
2,100.00
2,760.00
2,220.00
1,500.00
900.00
2,200.00
2,100.00
2,000.00
1,760.00
3,060.00
2,460.00
$420,826.00
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS—Continued.
112. Salaries—Continued.
(e.) Forest Branch—Continued.
Brought forward   $337,554.00 $241,007.00       $11,915.00
Southern  Interior,  Nelson   (Class A  District)—Continued.
Draughtsman     1,380.00
Fire Inspector   2,460.00
Two Supervisors @ $2,460  4,920.00
Supervisor    2,220.00
Supervisor's Clerk   1,620.00
Supervisor's Clerk   1,524.00
Supervisor's Clerk   1,584.00
Five Rangers @ $2,200  11,000.00
Two Rangers @ $2,100   4,200.00
Ranger   	
Three Rangers @ $1,900   5,700.00
Three Rangers @ $1,760   .   5,280.00
Ranger     1,660.00
Two Rangers @ $1,560   3,120.00
Grazing Assistant   2,100.00
Kamloops (Class A District) :
District Forester   2,760.00
Assistant District Forester   2,400.00
Assistant Forester, Forest Protection  2,220.00
Junior Forester   1,800.00
Chief Clerk   2,400.00
Clerk    1,500.00
Clerk   1,680.00
Clerk   1,500.00
Stenographer   -      900.00
Stenographer   900.00
Two Stenographers @ $780   1,560.00
Junior Clerk  660.00
Supervisor  2,220.00
Supervisor's Clerk   1,500.00
Ranger     2,200.00
Ranger     2,100.00
Ranger     2,000.00
Ranger     1,920.00
Two Rangers @ $1,800  3,600.00
Ranger    1,760.00
Ranger    1,680.00
Ranger     1,560.00
Northern Coast, Prince Rupert   (Class  B
District) :
District Forester  3,080.00
Assistant District Forester   2,460.00
Carried forward   $432,682.00 $241,007.00       $11,915.00 ESTIMATES  (1931-32).
Z 73
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$420,826.00
1,920.00
2,220.00
2,000.00
1,596.00
1,272.00
1,272.00
960.00
900.00
900.00
2,200.00
4,200.00
1,900.00
3,520.00
2,100.00
1,560.00
3,000.00
2,520.00
2,400.00
600.00
2,940.00
2,340.00
1,900.00
1,620.00
960.00
1,140.00
2,160.00
4,400.00
4,200.00
1,900.00
1,760.00
1,560.00
2,640.00
2,100.00
1,500.00
900.00
2,100.00
1,900.00
$495,886.00
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS—Continued.
112. Salaries—Continued.
(e.) Forest Branch—Continued.
Brought forward   $432,682.00 $241,007.00       $11,915.00
Northern  Coast,  Prince Rupert   (Class B
District)—Continued.
Junior Forester  1,920.00
Fire Inspector   2,220.00
Chief Clerk   2,000.00
Clerk   1,596.00
Clerk   1,272.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,272.00
Stenographer   960.00
Stenographer   900.00
Stenographer 	
Ranger  2,200.00
Two Rangers @ $2,100   4,200.00
Ranger  1,900.00
Two Rangers @ $1,760  3,520.00
Ranger     1,760.00     .
Ranger     1,660.00
Scaling Staff:
Senior Scaler  3,000.00
Class A Scaler  2,520.00
Scaler     2,400.00
Computing Clerk   900.00
Computing Clerk   600.00
Prince George (Class B District) :
District Forester   3,000.00
Assistant District Forester   2,460.00
Clerk  1,900.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Stenographer   960.00
Stenographer   900.00
Supervisor of Licensed Scalers   2,160.00
Two Rangers @ $2,200   4,400.00
Two Rangers @ $2,100   4,200.00
Ranger     1,900.00
Ranger     1,800.00
Ranger    1,760.00
Ranger     1,-560.00
Cariboo (Class C District) :
District Forester   2,640.00
Assistant District Forester   2,100.00
Clerk   1,500.00
Stenographer   900.00
Ranger  2,100.00
Ranger     1,900.00
Carried forward   $509,242.00 $241,007.00       $11,915.00 Z 74
ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
112.
$495,886.00
1,760.00
1,560.00
$499,208.00
112,644.00
105,182.00
6,980.00
4,840.00
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS—Continued.
Salaries—Continued,
(e.) Forest Branch—Continued.
Brought forward   $509,242.00 $241,007.00
Cariboo (Class C District)—Continued.
Ranger   	
Ranger	
1,760.00
1,560.00
$512,562.00
Less chargeable to Forest
Protection Fund   $117,55S.OO
Less chargeable to Scaling
Fund      105,932.00
Less chargeable to Maintenance of Launches and
Autos          6,980.00
Less chargeable to Lumber
Trade Extension         4,440.00
$229,646.00
$269,560.00
$510,360.00
$12,500.00
$37,800.00
234,910.00
Total Salaries chargeable to Forest Branch    277,652.00
Total of Vote No. 112 	
113. Temporary Assistance
114. Expenses (including General Offices and Branches) :
Office supplies, etc     $30,000.00
Travelling expenses:
Lands Branch       $2,000.00
Surveys Branch   400.00
AVater Rights Branch          5,000.00
Forest Branch       22,600.00
40,950.00
63,000.00
3,000.00
2,000.00
4,000.00
8,000.00
1,000.00
6,500.00
$166,250.00
Construction, purchase, repair, and maintenance of
launches and autos (including subsistence of
crews)    	
Rent and upkeep of District Offices	
Construction and maintenance of Ranger Stations....
AVireless telephones, installation, rental of instruments, etc	
Gazette and newspaper notices 	
Land-sales   :	
Incidentals 	
30,000.00
45,000.00
4,000.00
2,000.00
2,000.00
6,500.00
500.00
5,000.00
Total of Vote No. 114
Carried forward 	
$11,915.00
518,659.00
5,000.00
125,000.00
$660,574.00 ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Z 75
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
£5,000.00
3,240.00
2,580.00
2,320.00
2,100.00
1,020.00
960.00
900.00
$18,120.00
4,050.00
2,250.00
1,000.00
1,064.00
$26,484.00
$480,000.00
20,000.00
10,000.00
10,000.00
18,000.00
15,000.00
5,000.00
5,000.00
2,500.00
42,500.00
7,500.00
15,000.00
170,000.00
15.000.00
2,000.00
50,000.00
1,500.00
5,000.00
10,000.00
10,000.00
$1,595,575.00
$1,595,575.00
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS—Continued.
Brought foricard      $660,574.00
115. Colonization and Land Settlement Board.
Salaries:
Colonization   Commissioner   and   Chairman,   Land
Settlement Board 	
Director, Land Settlement Board 	
Appraiser 	
Accountant	
Secretary  (Vancouver)  	
Stenographer 	
Stenographer 	
Stenographer (A'aneouver) 	
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Travelling expenses, etc	
British Boys' Farm Settlement-
Casual labour, supplies, etc	
$5,000.00
3,300.00
2,580.00
2,320.00
2,100.00
1,020.00
990.00
900.00
$18,210.00
3,200.00
1,500.00
500.00
Total of Vote No. 115
116.
117.
118.
119.
120.
121.
122.
123.
124.
125.
127.
128.
129.
130.
131.
132.
133.
133a
Forest Protection Fund  (including Railway Belt)	
Lumber Trade Extension 	
Reconnaissance and Cruising	
Insect Damage :  Investigation and Control	
Forest Research	
Reforestation and Forest Nursery 	
Land Classification 	
Grazing :   Range Improvement	
Grazing:   Extermination of AArild Horses 	
Water Surveys 	
B.C. Hydrometric Surveys 	
" Soldiers' Land Act," Chap 80, 1918 	
Land and Topographical Surveys 	
Lithograph Maps  	
Refunds under " Land Act " and " Revenue Act " 	
Adjustment of Rebate on Purchase Price of Southern Okanagan
Lands   	
Allowance to James AVyllie	
Contribution towards Cost of constructing Roadway on North
Side and on South Side of False Creek to provide Access to their
Leaseholds of Lessees of the Crown 	
Publicity 	
General Investigations 	
Superintendent of Irrigation—Salary and expenses	
. Incidentals and Contingencies	
23,410.00
480,000.00
20,000.00
10,000.00
8,000.00
5,000.00
4,000.00
19,000.00
7,500.00
29,000.00
83,500.00
5,000.00
1,000.00
10,000.00
2,250.00
1,000.00
2,500.00
6,000.00
2,500.00
To be voted     $1,380,234.00
Carried forward     $1,380,234.00 Z 76
ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
^°'t°£                                                  SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS—Continued.
$1,595,575.00
Brought forward	
$1,380,234.00
Authorized by' Statute.
" Forest Act," Sec. 30a (2) :
70,000.00
Forest Reserve Account	
Statutory Expenditure 	
$84,750.00
84,750.00
Total, Department of Lands	
$1,665,575.00
$1,464,984.00
DEPARTMENT OF MINES.
134
Minister's Office.
Salaries :
$7,500.00
Minister of Mines 	
.      $7,500.00
2,160.00
2,100.00
720.00
Assistant Secretary 	
720.00
$10,380.00
$10,380.00
Expenses :
1,145.00
Office expenses, etc	
1,145.00
1,800.00
135.
Travelling expenses, etc	
Total of Arote No. 134 	
General Office.
1,800.00
$13,325.00
$13,325.00
Salaries:
$4,120.00
Deputy Minister 	
$4,240.00
2,280.00
Chief Clerk and Gold Commissioner	
2,280.00
1,620.00
Clerk and Accountant 	
1,620.00
948.00
Clerk-Stenographer  	
996.00
840.00
Stenographer 	
900.00
780.00
Stenographer 	
810.00
660.00
Junior Clerk  :	
780.00
70.00
Temporary assistance 	
70.00
$11,318.00
$11,726.00
Expenses:
1,890.00
Office supplies, etc	
1,700.00
450.00
Travelling expenses, etc	
450.00
8,400.00
136.
Printing and binding, etc	
Total of Arote No. 135 	
Mines Inspection Branch.
7,500.00
$22,058.00
21,376.00
Salaries:
$4,380.00
3,120.00
Chief Inspector of Mines 	
$4,500.00
Carried forward 	
3,120.00
$7,500.00
$7,620.00
$34,701.00 ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Z 77
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$7,500.00
2,700.00
2,280.00
2,620.00
7,200.00
5,480.00
2,320.00
1,092.00
50.00
$31,242.00
1,800.00
10,800.00
$43,842.00
$4,270.00
2,000.00
1,620.00
3,120.00
2,020.00
840.00
1,260.00
1,200.00
$16,330.00
1,000.00
$15,330.00
2,700.00
900.00
$18,930.00
$1,620.00
3,120.00
840.00
1,560.00
$7,140.00
DEPARTMENT OF MINES—Continued.
136. Mines Inspection Branch—Continued.
Brought forward       $7,620.00       $34,701.00
Salaries—Continued.
Inspector   	
Inspector     2,280.00
Inspector  2,620.00
Three Inspectors @ $2,400   7,200.00
Two  Inspectors  and  Examiners  of   Mine   Officials
and Miners  5,480.00
Inspector     2,320.00
Stenographer   1,140.00
Temporary  assistance    50.00
$28,710.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc         1,700.00
Travelling expenses, etc       10,800.00
Total of A'ote No. 136   41,210.00
137. BuRE.vu of Mines.
Salaries:
Provincial Mineralogist   $4,390.00
Clerk   2,000.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Provincial Assayer and Public Analyst   3,240.00
Assayer   2,020.00
Stenographer  :  900.00
Caretaker  1,320.00
Assistant Assayer   1,200.00
$16,690.00
Less chargeable to Department of Agriculture for
assay-work          1,000.00
$15,690.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc -         2,000.00
Travelling expenses, etc  750.00
Total of Vote No. 137  18,440.00
138. Mine-rescue and Training Stations.
Salaries:
Instructor and Caretaker  $1,680.00
Two Instructors and Caretakers @ $1,620  3,240.00
Instructor and Caretaker  840.00
Instructor and Caretaker  1,200.00
Carried forward       $6,960.00       $94,351.00 Z 78
ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$7,140.00
540.00
6,000.00
450.00
$14,130.00
$1,000.00
2,500.00
1,000.00
3,500.00
$8,000.00
$120,000.00
49,000.00
2,000.00
3,000.00
11,000.00
$305,285.00
2,000.00
$307,285.00
$7,500.00
1,800.00
$9,300.00
630.00
1,080.00
$11,010.00
138.
DEPARTMENT OF MINES—Continued.
Mine-rescue and Training Stations—Continued.
Brought forward      $6,960.00
$94,351.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Apparatus and miscellaneous
Travelling expenses, etc	
510.00
6,000.00
250.00
Total of A'ote No. 13S..
13,750.00
139.
Grants.
(a.)   Canadian   Institute   of   Mining   and   Metallurgy
(B.C. Division)   $1,000.00
(b.) British Columbia Chamber of Mines (conditional) 2 500.00
(c.)  Chambers of Mines  1,000.00
(d.)  Competitions   and   Meets   re   Mine-rescue   and
First-aid AVork, etc :  3,000.00
Total of A'ote No. 139..
140. Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc	
141. " Mineral Survey and Development Act," Supplementary	
142. Lectures on Practical Geology and Mineralogy	
143. Subsidy re Explosives to assist Bona-fide Mineral Prospectors	
144. Advertising. Incidentals, and Contingencies	
145. Grants to the Coal-mining Industry and to provide for the Re
muneration of the Secretary and Technical Adviser (Provincial
Mineralogist), B.C. Coal Committee	
To be voted	
Statutory.
' Complex Ore Process Aid Act, 1916 " ...
7,500.00
100,000.00
45,000.00
2,000.00
2,000.00
10,000.00
5,000.00
$279,601.00
Total, Department of Mines        $279,601.00
146.
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY.
Minister's Office.
Salaries:
Provincial Secretary       $7,500.00
Secretary           1.800.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Travelling expenses, etc.
$9,300.00
600.00
1,000.00
Total of Arote No. 146..
Carried forward	
$10,900.09
$10,900.00 ESTIMATES  (1931-32).
Z 79
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$4,500.00
1,900.00
1,572.00
996.00
840.00
780.00
960.00
540.00
100.00
$12,188.00
2,610.00
1,530.00
$16,328.00
$2,100.00
1,572.00
$3,672.00
30,500.00
300.00
425.00
$34,897.00
$34,897.00
$4,680.00
4,240.00
3,600.00
2,760.00
1,212.00
1,092.00
900.00
$18,484.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued.
Brought forward         $10,900.00
147. General Office.
Salaries:
Deputy Provincial Secretary  $4,620.00
Chief Clerk  1,900.00
Clerk    1,572.00
Stenographer   1,044.00
Stenographer  900.00
Stenographer   780.00
Junior Clerk   1,020.00
Messenger  420.00
Keeper of Executive Council Chamber  1,500.00
Temporary assistance  100.00
$13,856.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        2,610.00
Travelling expenses, etc        1,500.00
Total of Arote No. 147  17,966.00
148. Postal Branch.
Salaries:
Postal Clerk  ,      $2,100.00
Assistant Postal Clerk        1,572.00
$3,672.00
Expenses:
Stamps        30,500.00
Cartage @ $25 per month  300.00
Meter-rent and maintenance of machine  350.00
$34,822.00
Less postage of motor-plates  650.00
Total of Vote No. 148   34,172.00
149. Provincial Board of Health.
(a.)  Provincial Board of Health.
Salaries:
Secretary  $4,800.00
Hospital Inspector and Travelling Medical Health Officer  4.240.00
Epidemiologist     3,600.00
Chief Sanitary Inspector  2,760.00
Clerk   1,248.00
Clerk   1,140.00
Stenographer   996.00
Carried forward     $18,784.00 $63,038.00 Z 80
ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$18,484.00
2,020.00
1,620.00
1,344.00
948.00
840.00
840.00
840.00
720.00
540.00
500.00
$28,696.00
7,200.00
9,450.00
18,000.00
18,000.00
53,500.00
$134,846.00
5,500.00
4,000.00
$9,500.00
$125,346.00
$125,346.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROArINCIAL SECRETARY—-Continued.
149. Provincial Board of Health—Continued.
(a.) Provincial Board of Health—Continued.
Brought forward      $18,784.00 $63,038.00
Salaries—Continued.
Deputy  Registrar,  Births,  Deaths,   and
Marriages   2,020.00
Clerk and Inspector of Arital  Statistics 1,620.00
Clerk   1,344.00
Stenographer   996.00
Stenographer   900.00
Stenographer   780.00
Record Clerk   960.00
Recording Clerk   900.00
Senior Filing Clerk   900.00
Junior Filing Clerk  660.00
Junior Clerk   660.00
Temporary assistance   1,150.00
$31,674.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  10,000.00
Travelling expenses, etc  7,050.00
Medical inspection of schools   16,000.00
Public-health nursing  18,000.00
Health units   4.000.00
Incidentals and emergencies   45,400.00
$132,124.00
Less Dominion of Canada
Subvention, A7enereal Disease    $5,800.00
Less grant from Rockefeller
Foundation towards salary of Epidemiologist and
health units      4,000.00
9,800.00
$122,324.00
(6.)  Provincial Laboratory.
Maintenance  of  Laboratory        $33,000.00
Less revenue       20,000.00
15,000.00
Total of Vote No. 149          137,324.00
Carried forward       $200,362.00 ESTIMATES  (1931-32).
Z 81
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$2,640.00
1,920.00
2,400.00
1,572.00
1,500.00
1,200.00
1,200.00
1,020.00
1,272.00
720.00
840.00
900.00
540.00
1,320.00
$19,044.00
13,400.00
1,350.00
$33,794.00
$2,000.00
1,020.00
900.00
1,080.00
780.00
780.00
250.00
$6,810.00
2,070.00
5,000.00
3,500.00
2,000.00
2,200.00
360.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued.
Brought forward       $200,362.00
150. Provinclil Library and Archives.
Salaries:
Librarian and Archivist  $2,640.00
Assistant Librarian   1,920.00
Archives Collector        	
Legislative Reference Clerk   1,572.00
Cataloguer   1,500.00
First Assistant Cataloguer  '.  1,200.00
Reference Clerk  1,200.00
Clerk   1,020.00
Archives Assistant  1,272.00
Clerk   780.00
Stenographer and Book-keeper  900.00
Stenographer   948.00
Junior Clerk  ,  660.00
Attendant   1,320.00
$21,940.00
6
$16,932.00
Expenses:
Office  supplies, books, binding periodicals,  archive
material, etc       10,400.00
Travelling expenses, etc  500.00
Total of Vote No. 150	
151. " Public Libraries Act."
Salaries:
Superintendent   $2,000.00
Assistant  900.00
Assistant  900.00
Assistant -... 1,140.00
Stenographer   780.00
Messenger  900.00
Temporary assistance   250.00
$6,870.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  2,070.00
Books and periodicals   5,000.00
Books and periodicals  (increase agreed upon with
Carnegie Corporation)   7,000.00
Freight and express, etc  2,000.00
Grants in aid of libraries  2,200.00
Travelling expenses, etc., of Superintendent, " Public
Libraries Act "  360.00
Carried forward   $25,500.00
27,832.00
228,194.00 Z 82
ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
A'ote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$21,940.00
180.00
450.00
$22,570.00
$2,760.00
1,900.00
960.00
1,200.00
2,000.00
$8,820.00
860.00
2,000.00
$11,680.00
$5,420.00
3,780.00
1,920.00
1,836.00
1,800.00
1,320.00
1,110.00
1,020.00
$18,206.00
1,380.00
$16,826.00
1,350.00
810.00
250.00
$19,236.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued.
151. " Public Libraries Act "—Continued.
Brought forward     $25,500.00     $228,194.00
Expenses—Continued.
Travelling   expenses,   etc.,   of   members   of   Public
Libraries Commission   180.00
Incidentals and contingencies  450.00
Total of Vote No. 151   26,130.00
152. Provincial Museum.
Salaries:
Director     $2,760.00
Assistant Biologist  1,900.00
Recorder   960.00
Attendant   1,200.00
Temporary assistance   1,000.00
$7,820.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  700.00
Incidentals and contingencies   800.00
Total of Vote No. 152   9,320.00
153. Mental Hospitals.
(a.) Headquarters.
Salaries:
Medical Superintendent   $5,540.00
Assistant Medical Superintendent   4,480.00
Bursar  3,780.00
Assistant Bursar   1,920.00
Book-keeper   1,836.00
Book-keeper  1,800.00
Clinical Clerk and Stenographer   1.320.00
Stenographer   1,110.00
Stenographer   1,020.00
$22,806.00
Less deductions for board         1,620.00
$21,186.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc         1,250.00
Travelling expenses, etc  600.00
Incidentals and contingencies   200.00
Total, Hospitals, Headquarters      $23,236.00
Carried forward     $23,236.00     $263,644.00 ESTIMATES  (1931-32).
Z 83
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$3,440.00
3,340.00
3,140.00
2,940.00
2,840.00
2,840.00
1,680.00
1,020.00
2,700.00
225.00
280,069.00
$304,234.00
61,585.00
$242,649.00
4,500.00
810.00
75,000.00
4,000.00
10,000.00
209,000.00
35,000.00
8,700.00
10,000.00
24,000.00
20,000.00
$643,659.00
110,000.00
$533,659.00
$4,380.00
6,880.00
1,920.00
$13,180.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued.
153. Mental Hospitals—Continued.
Brought forward     $23,236.00     $263,644.00
(b.) Essondale.
Salaries:
Physician 	
Physician   $3,440.00
Physician  3,240.00
Physician   3,040.00
Physician   2,910.00
Physician   1,420.00
Pathologist and Radiologist  2,940.00
Laboratory Assistant   1,680.00
Clinical Stenographer, etc  1,020.00
Three Stenographers @ $900   2,700.00
Holiday Relief Stenographer  225.00
Sundry employees   356,079.00
$378,724.00
Less deductions for board       78,705.00
$300,019.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  5.475.00
Travelling expenses, etc  570.00
Fuel, light, water, power, etc  71.000.00
Janitors' supplies   3,500.00
Furniture and fixtures   6,600.00
Provisions and farm produce   105,300.00
Uniforms and clothing   36,000.00
Medical and surgical supplies  7,330.00
Examinations, committals, and transportation   11,650.00
Incidentals and contingencies  23,320.00
Open new building, four months	
$570,764.00
Less receipts, estimated at      132,520.00
Total, Essondale Hospital      438,244.00
(c.) New Westminster.
Salaries:
Medical Supervisor   $3,640.00
Two Physicians @ $3,540  7,030.00
Receiving Clerk  1.920.00
Carried forward. ..........    $12,640.00 $461,480.00
$283,644.00 Z 84
ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$13,180.00
1,500.00
125,324.00
$140,004.00
29,920.00
$110,084.00
1,350.00
180.00
25,000.00
1,000.00
6,000.00
55,000.00
11,000.00
2,000.00
500.00
10,000.00
$222,114.00
40,000.00
$182,114.00
$3,780.00
1,200.00
51,694.00
$56,674.00
13,200.00
$43,474.00
450.00
315.00
7,000.00
500.00
50,000.00
4.000.00
1,000.00
$106,739.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued.
153. Mental Hospitals—Continued.
(c.) New Westminster—Continued.
Brought forward      $12,640.00 $461,480.00     $263,644.00
Salaries—Continued.
Clinical Clerk and Stenographer          1,500.00
Sundry employees      105,012.00
$119,152.00
Less deductions for board        21,180.00
$97,972.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  570.00
Travelling expenses, etc  90.00
Fuel, water, light, power, etc  19,,c00.00
Janitors' supplies   750.00
Furniture and fixtures   2,250.00
Provisions and farm produce   18,720.00
Uniforms and clothing   5,175.00
Medical and surgical supplies   990.00
Examinations, committals, and transportation   220.00
Incidentals and contingencies   5,452.00
$151,989.00
Less receipts, estimated at        25,000.00
Total, New AVestminster Hospital     126,989.00
((_.)   Colony Farm and Nursery.
Salaries :
Farm Superintendent.        $3,780.00
Assistant Farm Superintendent          1,800.00
Stenographer          1,200.00
Sundry employees        45,721.00
$52,501.00
Less deductions for board 	
$52,501.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  270.00
Travelling expenses, etc  315.00
Fuel, light, water, etc  6,300.00
Maintenance of grounds  450.00
Feed for stock   40,000.00
Fertilizer and seed  3,600.00
Testing cows   900.00
Carried- forward   $104,336.00 $588,469.00     $263,644.00 ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Z 85
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$106,739.00
3,339.00
1,000.00
15,000.00
10,000.00
35,400.00
$171,478.00
150,000.00
$21,478.00
$2,700.00
1,200.00
40,468.00
$44,368.00
7,800.00
$36,568.00
540.00
180.00
10,000.00
2,000.00
2,000.00
31,000.00
5,800.00
800.00
200.00
6,605.00
$95,693.00
10,000.00
$85,693.00
$842,180.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued.
153. Mental Hospitals—Continued.
(d.)  Colony Farm and Nursery—Continued.
Brought forward   $104,336.00 $588,469.00     $263,644.00
Expenses—Continued.
Implements and harness, etc  2,700.00
Blacksmith's supplies   900.00
Cannery supplies and equipment  13,500.00
Incidentals and contingencies   9,000.00
Labour and board (Hospital Account).... 3,000.00
Less receipts, estimated at
$133,436.00
5,000.00
Total, Colony Farm and Nursery      128,436.00
(e.) Mental Home, Saanich (Colquitz).
Salaries:
Superintendent   $2,700.00
Visiting Physician   1,200.00
Sundry employees   46,440.00
Less deductions for board
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Travelling expenses, etc	
Fuel, water, light, and power	
Janitors' supplies 	
Furniture and fixtures 	
Provisions and farm products 	
Uniforms and clothing 	
Medical and surgical supplies 	
Examinations,   committals,   and   transportation 	
Incidentals and contingencies 	
Less receipts, estimated at
$50,340.00
9,030.00
$41,310.00
540.00
180.00
9,900.00
1,800.00
2,070.00
26,550.00
5,400.00
715.00
175.00
5,455.00
$94,095.00
11,000.00
Total, Mental Home, Saanich (Colquitz)..     83,095.00
Total, Mental Hospitals, Vote No. 153	
800,000.00
Carried  forward     $1,063,644.00 Z 86
ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$2,000.00
960.00
16,711.00
$19,671.00
3,705.00
$15,986.00
270.00
9,000.00
750.00
14,500.00
2,250.00
2,950.00
600.00
500.00
1,375.00
$48,161.00
23,500.00
$24,661.00
$5,598.00
3,210.00
3,018.16
2.908.20
2,460.00
3,008.20
1,908.12
1,908.12
2,870.32
1,140.00
1,080.00
190,383.92
$219,493.04
68,437.04
$151,056.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued.
Brought fonvard    $1,063,644.00
154. Provincial Home, Kamloops.
Salaries:
Superintendent       $2,000.00
Matron  960.00
Sundry employees        19,890.00
$22,850.00
Less deductions for board         4,305.00
$18,545.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  270.00
Fuel, light, water, etc  9,000.00
Janitors' supplies and maintenance of grounds and
roads   750.00
Provisions, etc  15,500.00
Clothing, etc  2,500.00
Medical and surgical supplies   3,000.00
Transportation of inmates   600.00
Feed for live stock  500.00
Incidentals and contingencies   1,200.00
$51,865.00
Less receipts, estimated at       24,600.00
Total of Vote No. 154  27,265.00
155. Tubercular Hospital and Farm.
(a.)  Tranquille Sanatorium.
Salaries:
Medical Superintendent   $5,598.00
Assistant Medical Superintendent  3.210.00
Assistant Physician   3,018.16
Assistant Physician   2,908.20
Assistant Physician   2,460.00
Dentist     3,008.20
Laboratory Technician   1,908.12
X-ray Technician   1,908.12
Bursar  2,870.32
Clinical Clerk and Stenographer  1,140.00
Stenographer   1,080.00
Sundry employees   192,053.92
$221,163.04
Less deductions for board   67,275.24
Carried forward   $153,887,80
$1,090,909.00 ESTIMATES  (1931-32).
Z 87
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$151,056.00
2,565.00
3,150.00
49,000.00
12,500.00
118,000.00
13,000.00
6.300.00
$355,571.00
66,440.00
$289,131.00
$2,940.00
24,740.00
$27,680.00
8,910.00
$18,770.00
135.00
3,500.00
1,800.00
10,000.00
100.00
300.00
1,750.00
300.00
3,500.00
1,100.00
1,025.00
9,700.00
150.00
750.00
$52,880.00
32,000.00
$20,880.00
$310,011.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued.
155. Tubercular Hospital and Farm—Continued.
(a.)  Tranquille Sanatorium—Continued.
Brought forward   $153,887.80                       $1,090,909.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  2,850.00
Travelling expenses, transportation, etc. 5,383.55
Fuel, light, water, etc.  40,000.00
Janitors'  supplies  and  maintenance   of
grounds, etc  19,500.00
Provisions, etc  78,000.00
Medical and surgical supplies  13,300.00
Incidentals and contingencies   6,300.00
$319,221.35
Less receipts, estimated at       69,000.00
Total, Tranquille Sanatorium  $250,221.35
(b.)  Tranquille Sanatorium Farm.
Salaries:
Farm Superintendent       $3,444.00
Sundry employees       24,440.00
$27,884.00
Less deductions for board         9,384.00
$18,500.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  150.00
Provisions, etc  3,750.00
Fuel, light, water, etc  1,800.00
Feed for stock  8,500.00
Blacksmith's supplies, repairs, etc  100.00
Seed, fruit-boxes, etc  500.00
Janitors'   supplies   and   maintenance   of
grounds, dams, fences, ditches, etc  1,750.00
Drugs and veterinary supplies, etc  600.00
Implements, harness, etc  1,500.00
Travelling expenses, etc  500.00
Tractor expenses   850.00
Leased range   100.00
Purchase of new sires and live stock  2,500.00
Boarding-house   150.00
Incidentals and contingencies  750.00
$42,000.00
Less receipts, estimated at        5,000.00
Total, Tranquille Sanatorium Farm      37,000.00
Total, Tranquille Sanatorium and Farm, Vote No. 155       287,221.35
Carried forward     $1,378,130.35 Z 88
ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$2,700.00
1,500.00
1,260.00
936.00
1,500.00
1,300.00
1,100.00
36,300.00
$46,596.00
10,236.00
$36,360.00
1,260.00
1,350.00
8,000.00
2,600.00
7,250.00
13,500.00
3,500.00
3,500.00
15,800.00
3,035.00
3,665.00
3,681.00
$103,501.00
23,512.80
$79,988.20
$2,400.00
1,056.00
$3,456.00
135.00
1,350.00
156.
$4,941.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued.
Brought forward     $1,378,130.35
Boys' Industrial School.
Salaries:
Superintendent       $2,700.00
Assistant Superintendent	
Matron   	
Stenographer and Book-keeper 	
Male School-teacher (Senior Teacher)
Senior School-teacher 	
Junior School-teacher 	
Junior School-teacher 	
  1,500.00
  1,260.00
  936.00
  1,500.00
  1,100.00
  1,100.00
Sundry employees   36,400.00
Less deductions for board
Expenses:
Office and school supplies	
Travelling and transportation, etc	
Clothing, boots, etc	
Janitors' supplies and maintenance of grounds, etc...
Fuel, light, water, etc	
Provisions, etc	
Medical, surgical, veterinary, and dental supplies ....
Laundry  	
Feed for stock 	
Purchase of poultry and live stock, etc	
Vocational supplies  :	
Incidentals and contingencies 	
$46,496.00
10,176.00
$36,320.00
1,260.00
1,250.00
7,400.00
2,500.00
7,750.00
13,500.00
3,350.00
3,500.00
15,300.00
2,670.00
3,240.00
2,875.00
$100,915.00
Less receipts, estimated at       22,104.40
Total of Vote No. 156
157. Administration of " Infants Act."
Salaries:
Superintendent of Neglected Children 	
Stenographer 	
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Travelling expenses, etc	
Grants and contributions to Home and Aid Societies :
Children's Aid Society  (statutory)  ....    $28,750.00
Catholic Children's Aid Society (statutory)         25,000.00
$2,400.00
900.00
$3,300.00
' 135.00
1,350.00
78,810.60
Carried forward     $53,750.00     $4,785.00   $1,456,940.95 ESTIMATES  (1931-32).
Z 89
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$4,941.00
64,000.00
1,000.00
$69,941.00
$2,880.00
1,440.00
960.00
37,312.00
$42,592.00
14,880.00
$27,712.00
360.00
90.00
500.00
6,000.00
1,500.00
30,069.00
4,000.00
3,000.00
800.00
7,000.00
2,500.00
$83,531.00
63,379.00
$20,152.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued.
157. Administration of " Infants Act "—Continued.
Brought forward     $53,750.00     $4,785.00  $1,456,940.95
Expenses—Continued.
Grants and contributions to Home and Aid
Societies—Continued.
Children in private homes  12,500.00
Alexandra Orphanage  2,000.00
Loyal Protestant Home   1,000.00
St. Anne's Boys' School   250.00
Monastry of Our Lady of Charity  250.00
St. Anne's Convent   250.00
70,000.00
Incidentals and contingencies          1,000.00
Total of Vote No. 157  75,785.00
158. Provincial Home for Incurables.
Salaries:
Medical Superintendent   $2,880.00
Matron  1,440.00
Clerk  .  960.00
Sundry employees   37,358.00
$42,638.00
Less deductions for board        14,700.00
$27,938.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  360.00
Travelling expenses, etc  100.00
Transportation of patients  500.00
Fuel, light, water, etc  6,000.00
Janitors' supplies   1,500.00
Provisions, etc  29,000.00
Clothing, boots, etc  3.750.00
Medical and surgical supplies  3,000.00
Dentistry    800.00
Laundry   6,750.00
Incidentals and contingencies   2,500.00
$82,198.00
Less receipts, estimated at  ,      70,000.00
Total of Vote No. 158  12,198.00
Carried forward   $1,544,923.95 Z 90
ESTIMATES  (1931-32).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$1,092.00
840.00
10,000.00
$11,932.00
$11,932.00
$3,000.00
1,900.00
1,020.00
1,200.00
1,320.00
780.00
840.00
780.00
600.00
$11,440.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued.
Brought forward     $1,544,923.95
159. Civil Service Commission.
Salaries:
Civil Service Commissioner and Departmental Commissioner        $3,600.00
Clerk (Chief)         2,100.00
Clerk-Stenographer          1,140.00
Clerk-Stenographer   948.00
Clerk-Stenographer   900.00
Temporary assistance   400.00
(Departmental Commissioner, Vote 164g, fiscal year
1930-31, salaries and expenses) 	
$9,088.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  500.00
Travelling expenses, etc  500.00
Examinations, advertising, etc         1,500.00
$11,588.00
Less fees, estimated at   500.00
$11,088.00
Grants re Civil Service:
Gratuities under sec. 46, " Civil Service Act "        1,800.00
Total of A'ote No. 159  12,888.00
160. Administration of " Superannuation Act " and " Teachers'
Pensions Act."
Salaries:
Superannuation Commissioner   $3,600.00
Chief Clerk and Accountant   1,900.00
Senior Superannuation Clerk  - 1,080.00
Superannuation Clerk  1,200.00
Clerk ("Teachers' Pensions Act")    1,320.00
Clerk-Stenographer (" Teachers' Pensions Act ")  840.00
Junior Clerk   540.00
Clerk-Stenographer  900.00
Stenographer  780.00
Temporary assistance   200.00
Carried forward   $12,360.00   $1,557,811.95 ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Z 91
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$11,440.00
900.00
675.00
$13,015.00
$1,500.00
500.00
$1,000.00
$14,015.00
7,500.00
30,000.00
$51,515.00
$3,420.00
2,220.00
1,840.00
1,212.00
1,140.00
900.00
840.00
840.00
720.00
660.00
1,572.00
1,200.00
1,020.00
1,620.00
1,092.00
780.00
95,000.00
1,500.00
$117,576.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued.
160. Administration of " Superannuation Act " and " Teachers'
Pensions Act "—Continued.
Brought forward   $12,360.00   $1,557,811.95
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  750.00
Travelling expenses, etc  500.00
Examinations, advertising, etc	
Less fees, estimated at 	
$13,610.00
Grants :
Gratuities under sec. 46, " Civil Service Act," and retiring allowances         5,700.00
Superannuation (old allowances)        25,000.00
$44,310.00
Statutory:
" Superannuation Act, 1921," sec. 23, administration       1,500.00
Total of Vote No. 160   45,810.00
161. King's Printer.
Salaries:
King's Printer and Comptroller of Stationery  $3,540.00
Superintendent of Stationery   2,220.00
Chief Clerk and Accountant   1,840.00
Clerk-Stenographer    1,212.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,176.00
Clerk-Stenographer   930.00
Stenographer 	
Stenographer 	
Stenographer   900.00
Stenographer   840.00
Junior Clerk   780.00
Messenger  540.00
Stationery Clerk  1,572.00
Stationery Clerk  1,200.00
Stationery Clerk  1,200.00
Packer  780.00
Paper Stockman   1,620.00
Multigrapher   840.00
Assistant Multigrapher  780.00
Sundry employees   100.000.00
Temporary assistance   3,000.00
Carried forward   $124,970.00  $1,603,621.95 Z 92
ESTIMATES  (1931-32).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$117,576.00
103,650.00
$221,226.00
221,216.00
$10.00
$2,520.00
1,092.00
2,100.00
$5,712.00
500.00
$6,212.00
$825,000.00
176,082.00
100,000.00
18,500.00
4,000.00
$1,123,582.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued.
161. King's Printer—Continued.
Brought forward  $124,970.00   $1,603,621.95
Expenses:
fOffice supplies, etc *
Travelling expenses, etc	
J Printing-paper, stationery supplies, etc j.    127,100.00
I New machinery, type, maintenance of plant, re-
!    pairs, etc	
$252,070.00
Less   chargeable   to    King's   Printer    Operating
Account     252,060.00
162.
Total of A^ote No. 161 	
Government House.
Salaries:
Private Secretary      $2,520.00
Secretarial Stenographer         1,092.00
Temporary assistance        2,100.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc.
$5,712.00
1,000.00
Total of Vote No. 162
163. Statutory Grants to Hospitals	
164. Special Grants to Hospitals :
Atlin      $1,000.00
  1,500.00
  2,500.00
  2,500.00
  2,000.00
  4,000.00
  2,500.00
  3,000.00
 :  50,000.00
  5,000.00
Contingencies     25,000.00
Burns Lake 	
Columbia Coast Mission
Cranbrook	
Hazelton 	
Kelowna 	
Pouce Coupe 	
Vancouver (General)  ....
Arancouver (St. Paul's)
Victoria (Jubilee) 	
165. In Aid of Destitute Poor and Sick, etc.
166. In Aid of Resident Physicians	
167. Burial of Indigent Persons 	
168. Supervision of Charitable Grants 	
10.00
6,712.00
835,000.00
99,000.00
100,000.00
18,600.00
4,000.00
10,000.00
Carried forward    $2,676,943.95 ESTIMATES  (1931-32),
Z 93
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$1,123,582.00
69,400.00
$1,192,982.00
$15,000.00
125,000.00
10,000.00
5,000.00
25,000.00
220,000.00
14,000.00
$3,279,209.20
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY— Continued.
Brought forward .'    $2,676,943.95
169. Grants to Charitable Associations, etc.:
B.C. Rifle Association   $1,500.00
Boy Scouts, Vancouver   1,000.00
Canadian Girl Guides   500.00
Canadian Handicrafts  500.00
Canadian Red Cross Society, B.C. Division   1,000.00
Central City Mission   2,500.00
Crippled Children's Hospital   1,000.00
5Sth Field Battery   500.00
Industries for Blind Adults   25,000.00
Navy League of Canada   500.00
Royal Canadian Humane Association   100.00
Saanich Health Centre   1,500.00
Salvation Army Maternity Home   1,500.00
16th Scottish   500.00
S.P.C.A., Victoria          $100.00
S.P.C.A., Vancouver  100.00
'  200.00
St. John Ambulance Association   1,000.00
Victoria Seamen's Institute   200.00
A'.O.N., Vancouver       $1,400.00
V.O.N., ATctoria   500.00
V.O.N., Burnaby   300.00
Ar.O.N., North Arancouver   200.00
V.O.N., New AVestminster   200.00
V.O.N., for extras   500.00
  3,100.00
Y.AV.C.A., New AVestminster   500.00
Y.AV.C.A., A'aneouver  2,000.00
Y.AV.C.A., Victoria   1,000.00
AV.C.T.U., Victoria   1,700.00
Contingencies  1,000.00
48,300.00
170. Registration of Aroters  15,000.00
171. Assessment on Class 13   (The Crown),  " AVorkmen's Compensa
tion Act "   100,000.00
172. Grant to Canteen Fund Trustees  10,000.00
173. Contingencies, Incidentals, and Entertainments, etc i  10,000.03
174. Teachers'  Pensions     25,000.00
175. " Superannuation  Act "—Government  contributions  to   Superan
nuation Fund   235,000.00
176. Expenses—State Health Insurance and Maternity Benefits Com
mission  6,000.00
177. Grant to Greater A'aneouver AVater District re installing New
AA7ater-mains to Essondale and Boys' Industrial School Area  21,750.00
Total, Department of the Provincial Secretary   $3,147,993.95 Z 94
ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$7,500.00
2,160.00
$9,660.00
450.00
2,250.00
$12,360.00
$5,120.00
3,920.00
1,260.00
2,880.00
2,320.00
2,200.00
1,900.00
1,S00.00
1,788.00
1,620.00
1,500.00
1,380.00
960.00
900.00
780.00
660.00
3,540.00
2,700.00
2,640.00
2,340.00
2,160.00
2,400.00
1,044.00
3,540.00
3,420.00
$54,772.00
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC AVORKS.
178. Minister's Office.
Salaries:
Minister of Public AVorks       $7,500.00
Secretary          2,160.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Travelling expenses, etc.
$9,660.00
450.00
2,250.00
Total of Arote No. 178
179.
Administration.
Salaries:
Chief Engineer 	
Assistant Chief Engineer 	
Secretary to Chief Engineer
Accounting Department.
Chief Accountant 	
Assistant Accountant 	
Clerk	
Statistician   	
Inventory Clerk (transferred to Architect's Department)	
Clerk  '.	
Clerk	
Clerk 	
Clerk 	
Clerk-Stenographer  	
Clerk  -	
Clerk 	
Stenographer 	
Machine Operator 	
Junior Clerk 	
Architect's Department.
Chief Architect 	
Assistant Chief Architect 	
Architect	
Architect	
Principal Draughtsman 	
Inventory Clerk  —
Inspector	
Stenographer 	
Bridge Department.
Bridge Engineer
Inspector 	
$5,240.00
4,040.00
1,260.00
2,880.00
2,320.00
2,200.00
1,900.00
1,788.00
1,620.00
1,380.00
960.00
930.00
900.00
840.00
780.00
780.00
3,660.00
2,700.00
2,640.00
2,340.00
2,160.00
1,800.00
2,400.00
1,092.00
3,660.00
3,420.00
$12,360.00
Carried forward..
$55,690.00   $12,360.00 ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Z 95
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$54,772.00
3,540.00
2,760.00
2,220.00
2,100.00
2,000.00
1,800.00
1,380.00
660.00
1,200.00
840.00
900.00
2,760.00
2,220.00
1,800.00
1,620.00
780.00
1,680.00
1,080.00
2,320.00
1,080.00
1,560.00
1,092.00
11,500.00
$103,664.00
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS—Continued,
179. Administration—Continued.
Brought forward  $55,690.00       $12,360.00
Salaries—Continued.
Draughting Department.
Office Engineer 	
Designing Engineer   2,760.00
Principal Draughtsman   2,220.00
Assistant Designing Engineer   2,100.00
Junior Assistant Engineer  2,000.00
Draughtsman     1,800.00
Draughtsman  (Junior)     1,380.00
Draughtsman  (Apprentice)  780.00
Junior Clerk   780.00
Stenographer   780.00
Stenographer   900.00
Equipment Department.
Mechanical Superintendent   2,760.00
Inspector of Equipment   2,220.00
Clerk and Accountant  1,800.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Clerk-Stenographer   840.00
Garage.
Chauffeur-Mechanic   1,740.00
Chauffeur   1,560.00
General Office.
Chief Clerk   2,320.00
Filing Clerk   1,080.00
Two Junior Clerks @ $780 	
Two Junior Clerks @ $660   1,320.00
Two Junior Clerks at $540   1,080.00
Messenger     420.00
Stenographer   1,140.00
Highicay Traffic and Utilities.
Highway Traffic and Utilities Engineer   3,660.00
Accountant   2,100.00
Clerk  1,680.00
Stenographer   900.00
Temporary assistance   500.00
Temporary Assistance, Headquarters.
Temporary assistance  '.  4,860.00
Carried forward  $104,790.00       $12,380.00 Z 96
ESTIMATES  (1931-32).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$103,664.00
(2)
(2)
(8)  27,
(1) 3.
2,
5,
2
(7)  18,
(2) 5
(3) 7
(12)  19
1
(2)    3
1
(6)    9
1.
1
(2) 2
(1)    1
(2)
(2)
(3)
(1)
(2)
,360.00
,300.00
760.00
,640.00
,520.00
,700.00
,480.00
,040.00
,200.00
,440.00
,584.00
,144.00
,560.00
,000.00
,380.00
,212.00
,400.00
,020.00
996.00
960.00
,800.00
780.00
,044.00
,080.00
1,040.00
,700.00
840.00
,560.00
1,300.00
$242,504.00
13,500.00
27,450.00
14,400.00
36,630.00
5,000.00
$339,484.00
$1,200.00
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WOBKS—Continued.
179. Administration—Continued.
Brought forward  $104,790.00       $12,360.00
Salaries—Continued.
District Offices.
Seven District Engineers @ $3,540   24,780.00
Three District Engineers @ $3,300  9,900.00
Engineer (Surfacing)   2,760.00
Two Assistant District Engineers @ $2,820   5,640.00
Assistant District Engineer   2,760.00
Assistant District Engineer   2,700.00
Five Assistant District Engineers @ $2,640  13,200.00
Assistant District Engineer   2,520.00
Four Assistant District Engineers @ $2,400   9,600.00
Thirteen Clerks @ $1,620  21.060.00
Clerk   1,584.00
Two Clerks @ $1,572  3,144.00
Clerk    1,560.00
Eight Clerks @ $1,500  12,000.00
Clerk 	
Clerk-Stenographer    1,248.00
Two Clerk-Stenographers @ $1,200  2,400.00
Two Clerk-Stenographers @ $1,044   2,088.00
Clerk-Stenographer    1,020.00
Clerk-Stenographer   960.00
Clerk-Stenographer    918.00
Clerk-Stenographer   780.00
Stenographer   1,092.00
Stenographer   1,080.00
Stenographer   1,020.00
Three Stenographers @ $900   2,700.00
Three Stenographers @ $840   2,520.00
Three Stenographers @ $780   2,340.00
Temporary assistance   6,000.00
$244,194.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc., Headquarters   5,500.00
Office supplies, etc., District Offices  25,000.00
Travelling expenses, etc., Headquarters  9,900.00
Travelling expenses, etc., District Offices   24,200.00
Printing annual report, publicity   2,000.00
Total of Vote No. 179        310,794.00
180. Maintenance of Parll_ment Buildings and Grounds.
Telegraph Office.
Salaries:
Telegraph Operator   $1,620.00
$1,200.00
Carried forward .      $1,620.00     $323,154.00 ESTIMATES  (1931-32).
Z 97
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
$1,200.00
2,080.00
1,720.00
1,260.00
500.00
$5,560.00
12,500.00
1,250.00
$19,310.00
4,000.00
$15,310.00
$2,220.00
1,800.00
4,860.00
1,800.00
1,500.00
1,800.00
1,680.00
1,560.00
1,500.00
2,640.00
$21,360.00
(23)
$1,820.00
1,440.00
1,350.00
1,320.00
28,980.00
1,200.00
3,780.00
1,260.00
1,260.00
$42,410.00
7
No. of
A'ote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
180.
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS—Continued.
Maintenance of Parliament Buildings and Grounds—Continued.
Brought forward      $1,620.00     $323,154.00
Salaries:
Heating Plant.
Engineer  $2,080.00
First Assistant Engineer   1,720.00
Fireman    1,260.00
Temporary assistance  :       	
$5,060.00
Expenses:
Fuel, etc       12,500.00
Supplies, etc        1,000.00
$18,560.00
Less   chargeable    to   King's    Printer
Building           4,000.00
Total   Salaries   and   Expenses,   Heating
Plant       14,560.00
Salaries:
Mechanical Staff.
Foreman of Works  2,220.00
Head Carpenter   1,809.00
Three Carpenters @ $1,720  5,160.00
Chief Electrician   1,900.00
Assistant Electrician  1,600.00
Plumber     1,900.00
Plumber     1,740.00
Painter    1,660.00
Assistant Painter   1,600.00
Two Roofers and Cement-workers @ $1,380  2,760.00
Janitors, Watchmen, and Ushers.
Chief Janitor   $1,820.00
Night Foreman   1,440.00
Day Foreman   1,350.00
Janitor     1,320.00
Twenty-one Janitors @ $1,260   26,460.00
Three Janitors @ $1,200   3,600.00
Two Watchmen @ $1,260   2,520.00
Watchman   1,140.00
Elevator Attendant   1,140.00
Usher  1,260.00
Carried forward  $42,050.00
3,520.00     $323,154.00 Z 98
ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$42,410.00
1,020.00
4,260.00
$47,690.00
1,260.00
$46,430.00
$1,560.00
1,440.00
25,000.00
12,000.00
46,960.00
10,200.00
3.000.00
15,000.00
750.00
6,920.00
1,000.00
$208,130.00
$1,260.00
840.00
$2,100.00
4,000.00
10,000.00
3,000.00
11,200.00
200.00
600.00
928.00
$32,028.00
$2,499,000.00
$2,499,000.00
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS—Continued.
180. Maintenance of Parliament Buildings and Grounds—Continued.
Brought forward     $42,050.00    $38,520.00     $323,154.00
Salaries—Continued.
Janitors, Watchmen, and Ushers—Continued.
Assistant Usher   600.00
Temporary assistance         3,000.00
$45,650.00
Less   chargeable    to    King's    Printer
Building         1,260.00
44,390.00
Grounds.
Head Gardener         1,660.00
Assistant Gardener          1,470.00
Expenses.
Furniture (with typewriters, adding-machines, etc.)—. 6,500.00
Power, light, and water  12,000.00
Repairs  15,000.00
Gardeners and supplies   9,040.00
Janitors' supplies   3,000.00
Telephones   15,000.00
Taxes  750.00
Garage  3,000.00
Miscellaneous  1,000.00
Total of Vote No. 180         151,330.00
181. Government House (Maintenance).
Salaries:
Head Gardener      $1,320.00
Housekeeper     840.00
$2,160.00
Expenses:
Fuel, light, water, etc  4,000.00
Repairs   5,000.00
Furniture and supplies   3,000.00
Grounds     10,200.00
Taxes  200.00
Secretary's house-rent, fuel, etc  750.00
Miscellaneous  2,300.00
Total of Vote No. 181   27,610.00
182. Roads, Bridges, Ferries, Wharves, etc $2,545,000.00
Less estimated receipts        50,000.00
Total of Vote No. 182       2,495,000.00
Carried forward    $2,997,094.00 ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Z 99
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
A'ote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$10,000.00
$80,263.00
4,737.00
$85,000.00
237,750.00
45,000.00
6,000.00
5,000.00
22,000.00
$400,750.00
$54,650.00
45,000.00
1,650.00
$11,044.00
;,522,446.00
$4,440.00
2,000.00
1,900.00
900.00
228.00
100.00
$9,568.00
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS—Continued.
Brought forward    $2,997,094.00
183. Local Highways within Municipal Limits  1,000.00
184. Maintenance, Repairs to Government Buildings, and Rental
of Offices  (except Parliament Buildings and
Government House).
Salaries:
Sundry employees   $100,079.00
Temporary assistance          5,000.00
$105,079.00
Expenses :
Repairs,  etc  75,000.00
Furniture, fixtures, etc. (including typewriters, add-
ing-machines,  etc.)     10,100.00
Fuel, light, and water   9,050.00
Telephones   4,110.00
Grounds     6,600.00
Total of A'ote No. 184        209,939.00
185. Steam-boiler Inspection.
Salaries and expenses      $43,070.00
Less estimated receipts       40,000.00
Total of Vote No. 185   3,070.00
186. Electrical Energy* Inspection.
Salaries and expenses      $11,947.00
Total of Arote No. 186   11,947.00
186a. Unemployment Relief         100,000.00
Total, Department of Public Works     $3,323,050.00
DEPARTMENT OF RAILAVAYS.
187. General Office.
Salaries:
Victoria Office.
Deputy Minister and Chief Engineer  $4,500.00
Draughtsman     2,000.00
Chief Clerk   1,900.00
Stenographer   930.00
Secretary to Minister   228.00
Temporary assistance  100.00
Carried forward      $9,718.00 Z 100
ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$9,568.00
3,960.00
2,880.00
2,760.00
1,320.00
100.00
$20,588.00
1,260.00
2,700.00
$24,548.00
$16,200.00
2,000.00
17,600.00
3,000.00
1,500.00
$40,300.00
$64,848.00
DEPARTMENT OF RAILWAYS—Continued.
187. General Office—Continued.
Brought fonvard      $9,718.00
Salaries—Continued.
Vancouver Office.
Chief Inspector of Rolling-stock and Equipment   4,080.00
Assistant Inspector of Rolling-stock and Equipment.. 2,880.00
Assistant Inspector of Rolling-stock and Equipment.. 2,760.00
Stenographer   1,320.00
Temporary assistance   100.00
$20,858.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        1,260.00
Travelling expenses, etc        2,700.00
Total of Vote No. 187        $24,818.00
188. Fraser River Bridge, New AArESTMiNSTER.
Salaries   $16,800.00
Temporary assistance  2,000.00
Maintenance and repairs   17,800.00
Renewing highway deck  10,000.00
Miscellaneous    .v.. 5,000.00
Automatic lubricators   500.00
Total of Vote No. 1S8   52,100.00
Total, Department of Railways         $76,918.00 ESTIMATES  (1931-32).
Z 101
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
No. of
A*ote.
SERArICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
CAPITAL
ACCOUNT.
(Expenditures
out of Income.)
189. Sinking Funds:
Loan Act:
Debentures.
Series.
Annual Payment due.
On
Maturing.
$119,050.00
1914
April
1,1931
$7,275,000.00
April
1,1941
$133,114.00
57,400.00
1916
" DH "
June
15,1931
2,000,000.00
June
15,1941
60,945.00
86,000.00
1916
((  TT   "
July
2, 1931
3,000,000.00
July
2,1939
91,777.00
5,740.00
1917
" 11 "
April
1, 1931
200,000.00
April
1,193S
6,009.00
9,072.00
1917
tt rp-i »»
May
16,1931
300,000.00
May
16,1939
9,291.00
2,870.00
1917
" Ml "
Nov.
1,1931
100,000.00
Nov.
1,1938
3,199.00
2,870.00
1917
" 01 "
Dec.
1,1931
100,000.00
Dec.
1,1938
3,268.00
8,610.00
1917
" Gl "
Dec.
1,1931
300,000.00
Dec.
1,1937
10,192.00
2,870.00
1917
" PI "
Dec.
1,1931
100,000.00
Dec.
1,1938
3,268.00
86,000.00
1918
"S"
Mar.
5,1932
3,000,000.00
Mar.
5,1939
95,729.00
28,700.00
1918
" DI "
June
15,1931
1,000,000.00
June
15,1941
33,126.00
14,350.00
1919
" DR "
Oct.
26,1931
500,000.00
Oct.
26,1941
16,494.00
14,350.00
1920
" DS "
Oct.
26,1931
500,000.00
Oct.
26,1941
16,419.00
28,700.00
1921
" DT "
Oct.
26,1931
1,000,000.00
Oct.
26,1941
33,110.00
29,325.00
1921 (S.S.)
" DX "
Jan.
15,1932
1,500,000.00
Jan.
15,1948
34,887.00
8,400.00
1921 (S.S.)
" EB "
June
25, 1931
400,000.00
June
25,1948
8,982.00
2,401.00
1921 (S.S.)
" FT "
April 25, 1931
100,000.00
April
25,1954
2,401.00
9,775.00
1922
" DY ""
Jan.
15, 1932
500,000.00
Jan.
15,1948
11,674.00
21,170.00
1922
" ED "
June
25, 1931
700,000.00
June
25,1943
22,202.00
3,082.00
1922
" FH "
Nov.
1,1931
188,000.00
Nov.
1,1957
3,082.00
11,556.00
1923
" FC "
Sept.
25,1931
705,000.00
Sept.
25,1957
11,556.00
22,439.00
1924
"EQ"
July
2,1931
1,000,000.00
July
2,1950
21,975.00
5,442.00
1924
" Fl "
Nov.
1,1931
332,000.00
Nov.
1,1957
5,442.00
4,508.00
1925
" FD "
Sept.
25,1931
275,000.00
Sept.
25,1957
4,508.00
984.00
1925
" FJ "
Nov.
1,1931
60,000.00
Nov.
1,1957
984.00
28,276.00
1927
" FE "
Sept.
25,1931
1,725,000.00
Sept.
25,1957
28,276.00
738.00
1927
" FB "
Sept.
25,1931
45,000.00
Sept.
25,1957
738.00
1,803.00
1927
" FK "
Nov.
1,1931
110,000.00
Nov.
1,1957
1,803.00
17,830.00
1927
" FL "
Dec.
1, 1931
1,000,000.00
Dec.
1,1957
17,830.00
44,878.00
1927
" FM "
Oct.
1,1931
2,000,000.00
Oct.
1,1953
44,878.00
Dyking Debentures Act,
1897:
7,867.00
July
1,1931
445,000.00
July
1,1937
9,508.00
Better Hous
ing Act, 1919:
10,300.00
" DJ "
June
30,1931
340,000.00
June
30,1941
9,912.00
41,000.00
" DD "
Dec.
31,1931
1,361,500.00
Dec.
31,1940
39,622.00
Department
of Industries Act,
1919:
28,700.00
" DN "
Aug.
15,1931
1,000,000.00
Aug.
15,1941
32,290.00
B.C. Highway Loan Act,
1920:
39,000.00
" DQ "
Oct.
1,1931
2,000,000.00
Oct.
1,1946
46,816.00
12,572.00
"EA"
June
25,1931
600,000.00
June
25,1948
13,520.00
20,955.00
" EE "
Carried
Jan.
forwai
25,1932
d 	
1,000,000.00
Jan.
25,1949
22,499.00
$839,583.00
$911,326.00 Z 102                                                                ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
^jeof                         ■                          SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
CAPITAL ACCOUNT—Continued.
(Expenditures out of Income) —
Continued.
189. Sinking Funds—Continued.
$839,583.00.
Brought forward	
$911,326.00
B.C. University Loan Act, 1920:
Debentures.        Annual Pay-                 0
Series.              ment due.
Maturing.
9,075.00
" EC "       June  25,1931    $300,000.00
June  25,1943
9,498.00
20,952.00
"EH"       July   12,1931    1,000,000.00
July   12,1949
22,410.00
4,098.00
"FA"        Sept.  25,1931       250,000.00
P.G.E. Construction Loan Act, 1921:
Sept.  25,1957
4,098.00
28,700.00
"DM"       Aug.   15,1931    1,000,000.00
Revenue Act Amendment Act, 1922:
Aug.   15,1941
32,196.00
20,955.00
" EF"       Jan.   25,1932    1,000,000.00
Jan.   25,1949
22,499.00
42,791.00
"EG"       July   12,1931    2,042,300.00
Revenue Act, R.S.B.C. 1924:
July   12,1949
45,986.00
89,756.00
" EU "        Jan.    15, 1932    4,000,000.00
Jan.    15,1951
88,461.00
89,756.00
"FN"       Oct.      1,1931    4,000,000.00
Oct.      1,1953
89,756.00
67,526.00
" FO "        Jan.    23, 1932    6,417,000.00
Jan.   23,1969
67,526.00
97,393.00
"FP"        April 25,1931    4,056,000.00
April 25,1954
97,393.00
48,024.00
" FQ "       April 25,1931    2,000,000.00
April 25,1954
48,024.00
24,012.00
" FR "       April 25,1931    1,000,000.00
April 25, 1954
24,012.00
69,635.00
" FS "       April 25,1931   2,900,000.00
April 25,1954
69,635.00
54,141.00
" FU "        Sept.  24,1931    3,036,500.00
Sept. 24,1959
54,141.00
" FV"        April    2,1931    3,203,000.00
April    2,1955
76,910.00
Consolidated Issues:
" EM "        July    12, 1931    2,000,000.00
July    12,1939
apportioned as follows :—
"Loan Act,  1917," on $145,000	
     $6,812.46
" P.G.E. Construction Loan Act, 1920," on $25,
>00            1,198.05
" P.G.E. Construction Loan Act, 1921," on $448,000—    21,048.16
" B C  University Loan Act, 1920," on $150,000
       7,047.38
" Loan Act  1921 " on $S00,000   	
     37,586.00
" Loan Act   1921  (S S ), on $250,000      	
     11,745.63
92,6S4.00
" Loan Act, 1923," on $181,500	
      8,527.32
93,965.00
"FG"       Nov.     1,1931     $310,000.00
Nov.     1,1942
apportioned as follows :—
«T,non   Ant    1091"   nn   S47.000       ...    	
     S2.261.00
" P.G.E. Construction Loan Act, 1921," on $263,000     12,652.00
325,930.75
$1,939,927.75
14,916.00
325,930.75*
Total of Vote No. 189 	
Carried forward	
$2,098,682.75
14,916.00
$2,098,682.75 ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Z 103
Estimated
Expenditure,        No. of
Fiscal Year A'ote.
1930-31.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$210,000.00
$907,200.00
$9,700.00
$5,000.00
$11,000.00
$3,082,827.75
CAPITAL ACCOUNT—Continued.
(Expenditures out of Income)—Continued.
Brought forward    $2,098,682.75
190. Redemption of Debentures:
"Loan Act, 1921 (Second Session)," Series " EV "  $35,000.00
" Revenue Act," R.S.B.C. 1924, Series "EV,"  175,000.00
210,000.00
907,200.00
9,700.00
Total annual redemption payment due on Series " EV,"
June 29th, 1931, Vote No. 190	
191. Pacific Great Eastern Railway Company—Interest on Guaranteed
Bonds due July 15th, 1931, and January 15th, 1932	
192. British Columbia House, London, Eng.—Instalment on Mortgage
Songhees Reserve (Improvements)  	
Censor of Moving  Pictures—Sound-picture  Equipment,  Installation, etc	
Total, Capital Expenditure (out of Income)     $3,225,582.75 Z 104
ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
DETAILED STATEMENT OF VOTE No. 76.
Salaries of Teachers in Assisted Schools.
Salarv.
1930-31.
School.
Salary.
1931-32.
Salarv.
1930-31.
School.
Salary,
1931-32.
$1,020.00—Adelphi   $1,020.00
1,020.00—Ainsworth   1,020.00
960.00—Albert Canyon   960.00
1,100.00—Albreda  1,100.00
 —Alderdale    1,320.00
1,140.00—Alexander Manson   1,140.00
1,080.00—Alexandria   1,080.00
1,080.00—Alexandria, North   1,080.00
1,140.00—Alexis Creek  1,140.00
1,080.00—Alice Siding   1,080.00
1,140.00—Allenby, Principal  1,140.00
960.00—Allenby, 2nd Div  960.00
960.00—Allen Grove   960.00
1,080.00—Anarchist Mountain  1,080.00
960.00—Anderson Creek   960.00
1,020.00—Anglemont    1,020.00
1,140.00—Annable, Principal   1,140.00
960.00—Annable, 2nd Div  960.03
960.00—Annie Bay   960.00
1,080.00—Appledale    1,080.00
1,050.00—Argenta   1,050.00
1.320.00—Arras   1,320.00
960.00—Arrow Park, East  960.00
1,020.00—Arrow Park, AVest   1,020.00
1,020.00—Ashton  Creek    1,020.00
1,020.00—Aspen Grove   1,020.00
1,320.00—Atlin     1,320.00
1,080.00—Australian     1,080.00
1,020.00—Avola    1,020.00
900.00—Bainbridge    900.00
1,140.00—Baker Creek  1,140.00
1,050.00—Balfour   1.050.00
1,020.00—Balmoral   1,020.00
1,020.00—Bamfield   1,020.00
1,140.00—Barkerville   1,140.00
960.00—Barnston Island   960.00
960.00—Beaton   960.00
1,020.00—Beaver Cove  1,020.00
960.00—Beaver  Creek    960.00
1,080.00—Beaverley   1,080.00
1,050.00—Beaverdeil     1,050.00
1,020.00—Beavermouth   1,020.00
1,080.00—Beaver River   1,080.00
1,080.00—Bednesti    1,080.00
1,020.00—Belford    1,020.00
1,320.00—Belle Ariew   1,320.00
1,080.00—Bend  1,080.00
1,140.00—Bevan, Principal   1,140.00
960.00—Bevan, 2nd Div  960.00
$1,140.00—Big Bar Creek  $1,140.00
1,100.00—Big Bar Mountain  1,100.00
1,140.00—Big Creek   1,140.00
1,020.00—Big Eddy   1,020.00
1,140.00—Big Lake   1,140.00
1,020.00—Birch Island   1,020.00
960.00—Birken   960.00
960.00—Black Canyon   960.00
1.140.00—Black Creek   1,140.00
1.020.00—Blackpool    1,020.00
1,320.00—Blakeburn, Principal  1,320.00
1,200.00—Blakeburn, 2nd Div  1,200.00
1,080.00—Blakeburn, 3rd Div  1,080.00
960.00—Blakeburn, 4th Div  960.00
1,020.00—Blind  Bay    1,020.00
960.00—Bliss Landing   960.00
1,020.00—Bloedel     1,020.00
1,020.00—Blubber Bay   1,020.00
960.00—Blucher Hall   960.00
1,100.00—Blue River   1,100.00
 —Bon Accord  1,320.00
1,080.00—Bonaparte, North   1,080.00
960.00—Bonaparte Valley   960.00
960.00—Boston Bar  960.00
1,020.00—Boswell   1,020.00
1,080.00—Bouchie Lake   1,080.00
1,020.00—Boundary Falls   1,020.00
1,020.00—Bowie     1,020.00
900.00—Bowser     900.00
1,080.00—Box Lake   1,080.00
1,080.00—Bradley Creek   1.0S0.00
1,380.00—Brechin, Principal   1,380.00
1,200.00—Brechin, 2nd Div  1,200.00
1,080.00—Brechin, 3rd Div  1,080.00
960.00—Brechin, 4th Div  960.00
960.00—Brechin, 5th Div  960.00
1,050.00—Bridesville    1,050.00
1,080.00—Bridge Lake, North   1,080.00
1,020.00—Bridge River   1,020.00
1,300.00—Brilliant, Principal   1,300.00
1,140.00—Brilliant, 2nd Div  1,140.00
1,140.00—Brilliant, 3rd Div  1,140.00
1,140.00—Brilliant, 4th Div  1,140.00
1,020.00—Brisco     1,020.00
1,140.00—Britannia Beach, Principal.... 1,140.00
960.00—Britannia Beach, 2nd Div  980.00
1,360.00—Britannia Mine, High  1,360.00
1,260.00—Britannia Mine, Principal  1,260.00
1,080.00—Britannia Mine, 2nd Div  1,080.00 ESTIMATES  (1931-32).
Z 105
DETAILED STATEMENT OF VOTE No. 76— Continued.
Salaries of Teachers in Assisted Schools—Continued.
Salarv.
1930-31.
School.
Salary,
1931-32.
Salarv.
1930-31.
School.
Salary.
1931-32.
960
1,020
1,080
1,080.
1,080.
960.
1,020,
900.
1,100.
1,140.
960.
1,140.
1,080.
1,080.
1,020.
1,150,
1,080.
1,260.
1.080.
960.
1,020.
1,080.
900.
1,260.
1,080.
960.
1,080.
1,020.
1,200,
1,320
1,020.
1,260
1,080
900.
1,140.
J,08Q,
960.
1,140
960.
1,080.
1,020.
960,
960.
1,320
1,020
960,
1,140.
960,
.00—Britannia Mine, 3rd Div   $960.00
,00—Brocklehurst        960.00
00—Brookmere    1,020.00
00—Brown Creek  1,080.00
00—Buffalo Creek  1,080.00
,00—Bulkley,  South   1,080.00
00—Cahilty        960.00
,00—Campbell Falls   1,020.00
00—Campbell Ranch      900.00
00—Camp Lister  1,100.00
,00—Canal Flat, Principal  1,140.00
,00—Canal Flat, 2nd Div     960.00
,00—Canim Lake   1,140.00
,00—Canyon Creek   1,080.00
.00—Carlin Siding   1,080.00
.00—Carroll's Landing   1,020.00
00—Carson   1,150.00
.00—Cartier  1,080.00
00—Cassidy, Principal   1,260.00
.00—Cassidy, 2nd Div  1,080.00
00—Cassidy, 3rd Div     960.00
,00—Castledale   1,020.00
.00—Castle Rock   1,080.00
,00—Cedar, East      900.00
.00—Cedar, North, Principal   1,260.00
,00—Cedar, North, 2nd Div  1,080.00
,00—Cedar, North, 3rd Div     960.00
00—Cedarvale   1,080.00
00—Celista   1,020.00
.00—Champion Creek   1,200.00
00—Charlie Lake   1,320.00
00—Chase Creek, Lower  1,020.00
.00—Chase River, Principal   1,140.00
.00—Chase River, 2nd Div     960.00
00—Cherry Creek Valley      900.00
00—Chezacut     1,140.00
00—Chilco     1,080.00
00—Chilliwack River      960.00
,00—Chimney Creek   1,140.00
00—Chinook  Cove       960.00
00—Christian Aralley   1,080.00
00—Christina Lake   1,020.00
00—Chu Chua  '.     960.00
00—Clayoquot       960.00
00—Clayton   1,320.00
.00—Clearwater   1,020.00
00—Clo-oose       960.00
,00—Coalmont, Principal  1,140.00
00—Coalmont, 2nd Div     960.00
$1,080.00—Coast Logging  $1,080.00
 —Coleman Creek   1,320.00
080.00—Columbia Gardens   1,080.00
360.00—Comox, High, Principal  1,360.00
,200.00—Comox, High, 2nd Div  1,200.00
380.00—Comox, Principal   1,380.00
200.00—Comox, 2nd Div  1,200.00
080.00—Comox, 3rd Div  1,080.00
960.00—Comox, 4th Div      960.00
900.00—Concord      900.00
080.00—Copper City   1,080.00
140.00—Copper Mountain, Principal.. 1,140.00
960.00—Copper Mountain, 2nd Div     960.00
960.00—Cortes Island       960.00
140.00—Cowichan Lake, Principal  1,140.00
960.00—Cowichan Lake, 2nd Div     960.00
020.00—Craigellachie    1,020.00
320.00—Cranberry Lake, Principal  1,320.00
200.00—Cranberry Lake, 2nd Div  1,200.00
080.00—Cranberry Lake, 3rd Div  1,080.00
960.00—Cranberry Lake, 4th Div      960.00
,100.00—Crescent Valley   1,100.00
000.00—Creston, AVest   1,000.00
020.00—Criss Creek  1,020.00
050.00—Crow's Nest ,.  1,050.00
080.00—Croydon  1.0S0.00
320.00—Crystal Spring  1,320.00
960.00—Cultus Lake      960.00
020.00—Curzon   1,020.00
960.00—Darlington         960.00
320.00—Dawson Creek, North   1,320.00
320.00—Dawson Creek, South   1,320.00
080.00—Decker Lake  1,080.00
900.00—Deer Park      960.00
960.00—Demars, West       960.00
900.00—Departure Bay      900.00
320.00—Devereaux     1,320.00
960.00—Diamond Crossing      960.00
900.00—Divide       900.00
320.00—Doe Creek   1,320.00
200.00—Dog Creek   1,200.00
080.00—Dome Creek   1,080.00
960.00—Doriston   :     960.00
020.00—Dorr   1,020.00
080.00—Dorreen   1,080.00
080.00—Dragon Lake   1,080.00
080.00—Driftwood Creek  1,080.00
080.00—Dunster   1,080.00
960.00—Eagle Bay      960.00 Z 106
ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
DETAILED STATEMENT OF VOTE No. 76— Continued.
Salaries of Teachers in Assisted Schools—Continued.
Salarv.
1930-31.
School.
Salary,
1931-32.
Salarv.
1930-31.
School.
Salarv,
1931-32.
$1,020.00—Eagle Valley  $1,020.00
1,080.00—Edgewood   1,080.00
1,020.00—Elk Bay   1,020.00
1,050.00—Elk Bridge   1,050.00
960.00—Elk Lake  ".     960.00
1,050.00—Elk Prairie  1,050.00
1,000.00—Elphinstone Bay  1,000.00
1,080.00—Endako    1,080.00
1,080.00—Engen     1,080.00
1,020.00—Englewood    1,020.00
1,080.00—Enterprise     1,080.00
1,020.00—Essondale   1,020.00
1,080.00—Evelyn   1,080.00
960.00—Ewing's Landing     960.00
1,140.00—Extension, Principal   1,140.00
960.00—Extension, 2nd Div      960.00
960.00—Fairview       960.00
960.00—False Bay       960.00
960.00—Fauquier      960.00
1,020.00—Ferguson   1,020.00
1,080.00—Ferndale   1,080.01
1,050.00—Fife  1,050.00
1,080.00—Finmoore  1,080.00
1,320.00—Fish Creek  1,320.00
1,050.00—Flagstone    1,050.00
1,020.00—Florence Mine   1,020.00
1,020.00—Forde   1,020.00
960.00—Forest Glen       900.00
1,080.00—Forest Grove   1,080.00
1,320.00—Forfar   1,320.00
1,020.00—Forks   1,020.00
1,140.00—Fort Fraser, Principal  1,140.00
960.00—Fort Fraser, 2nd Div      960.00
1,140.00—Fort St. James   1,140.00
1,320.00—Fort St. John, Principal  1,320.00
1,200.00—Fort St. John, 2nd Div  1,200.00
1,320.00—Fort St. John, East   1,320.00
900.00—Foster's Bar      900.00
1,100.00—Four Mile   1,100.00
1,080.00—Francois Lake   1,080.00
1,080.00—Francois Lake, South   1,080.00
1,080.00—Fraser Flats   1,080.00
1,080.00—Fraser Lake   1,080.00
1,080.00—Fraser Lake, North   1,080.00
1,140.00—Fraser View  1,140.00
1,140.00—French Creek, Principal   1,140.00
960.00—French Creek, 2nd Div     960.00
1.140.00—Fruitova, Principal   1,140.00
1,140.00—Fruitova, 2nd Div  1,140.00
900
900.
1,020.
1,020.
900,
900,
960,
1,020.
1,050
1,020
960
1,260
1,160
1,080.
960
960
1,080
1,020
1,020
1,050
1,080
1,020
1,020
1,020
1,260
1,020
900,
1,320.
960,
960.
1,020,
1,300.
1,200.
1,500
1,260.
1,140.
1,020.
960,
960.
980.
900.
960,
1,140.
1,020.
1,080.
1.320.
1,080,
1,140.
.00—Gabriola, East   $900.00
00—Gabriola, North      900.00
00—Gabriola, South     900.00
00—Galena   1,020.00
00—Galena Bay   1,020.00
00—Galiano      900.00
00—Galiano, North      900.00
00—Galley Bay      960.00
.00—Galloway     1,020.00
00—Gibson Creek   1,050.00
00—Gilford Island   1,020.00
00—Glacier     960.00
00—Glade, Principal   1,260.00
00—Glade, 2nd Div  1,160.00
00—Glenbank  1,080.00
00—Glenemma      960.00
00—Glenrosa       960.00
00—Glentanna   1,080.00
00—Grandview  Bench    1,020.00
00—Granite Bay   1,020.00
00—Grasmere   1,050.00
00—Grassy Plains   1,080.00
00—Gray  Creek   1,020.00
00—Great Central   1,020.00
00—Greenslide   1,020.00
00—Grindrod, Principal   1,260.01?
00—Grindrod, 2nd Div  1.080.00
00—Grindrod, 3rd Div      960.00
00—Ground Birch  1,320.00
00—Half Moon Bay      960.00
00—Hall's Landing       960.00
00—Hardwicke Island  1,020.00
00—Harewood, High, Principal— 1,360.00
00—Harewood, High, 2nd Div  1,200.00
00—Harewood, Principal   1,500.00
00—Harewood, 2nd Div  1,260.00
00—Harewood, 3rd Div  1,140.00
00—Harewood, 4th Div  1,020.00
00—Harewood, 5th Div      960.00
00—Harewood, 6th Div     960.00
00—Harewood, 7th Div      960.00
00—Harewood, 8th Div     960.00
.00—Harewood, 9th Div      960.00
,00—Harper's Camp   1.140.00
00—Harrogate   1,020.00
00—Harrop   1,080.00
00—Hays  1,320.00
00—Haysport ,  1,080.00
00—Hazelton, New, Principal  1,140.00 ESTIMATES  (1931-32).
Z 107
DETAILED STATEMENT OF VOTE No. 76— Continued.
Salaries of Teachers in Assisted Schools—Continued.
Salary,
1030-31.
School.
Salary,
1931-32.
Salarv.
1930-31.
School.
Salarv.
1931-32.
$960.00—Hazelton, New, 2nd Div    $960.00
960.00—Hendon       960.00
1,020.00—Heriot Bay   1,020.00
960.00—Heywood's Corner     960.00
1,140.00—High Bar  1,140.00
1,020.00—Hillcrest   1,020.00
1.140.00—Hillier, Principal   1,140.00
960.00—Hillier, 2nd Div      960.00
1,050.00—Hilltop    1,050.00
960.00—Holberg     960.00
960.00—Hornby Island     960.00
90O.0C—Home Lake      900.00
1,026.00— Horse Creek   1,020.00
1,140.00—Hosmer   1,140.00
1,080.00—Hubert   1,080.00
1,320.00—Hudson Hope  1,320.00
1,080.00—Hulatt   1,080.00
1,020.00—Hupel   1,020.00
1,020.00—Hurlingham   1,020.03
1,080.00—Huscroft   1,080.00
1,080.00—Hutton  1,080.00
960.00—Ingram Mountain      960.00
1,020.00—Inonoaklin Aralley   1,020.00
1,000.00—Irvine's Landing  1,000.00
900.00—Isabella Point       900.00
1,080.00—Isle Pierre   1,080.00
1,020.00—Jackson Bay  1,020.00
1,050.00—Jaffray     1,050.00
1,260.00—James Island, Principal  1,260.00
1,080.00—James Island, 2nd Div  1,080.00
960.00—James Island, 3rd Div      960.00
1,000.00—Jervis Inlet   1,000.00
1,100.00—Jesmond    1,100.00
1,020.00—Joe Rich Valley   1,020.00
1,050.00—Johnson's Landing   1,050.00
900.00—Jordan River      900.00
1,020.00—Juliet   1,020.00
1,020.00—Jura   1,020.00
960.00—Kaleden      960.00
1,020.00—Kaleva   1,020.00
900.00—Keefers        900.00
060.00—Kelly Creek      960.00
1,320.00—Kelly Lake   1,320.00
1,020.00—Kelowna,  South   1,020.00
1,080.00—Kettle Valley  1,080.00
1,080.00—Kidd   1,080.00
960.00—Kildonan      960.00
1,020.00—Killarney     1,020.00
1,360.00—Kimberley, High, Principal.... 1,360.00
$1,200.00—Kimberley, High, 2nd Div $1,200.00
1,200.00—Kimberley, High, 3rd Div  1,200.00
1,360.00—Kimberley, Principal   1,360.00
1,080.00—Kimberley, 2nd Div  1,080.00
1,000.00—Kimberley, 3rd Div  1,000.00
1,000.00—Kimberley, 4th Div  1,000.00
1,000.00—Kimberley, 5th Div  1,000.00
960.00—Kimberley, 6th Div  960.00
960.00—Kimberley, 7th Div  960.00
960.00—Kimberley, 8th Div  900.00
960.00—Kimberley, 9th Div  960.00
960.00—Kimberley, 10th Div  960.00
960.00—Kimberley, 11th Div  960.00
960.00—Kimberley, 12th Div  960.00
960.00—Kimberley, 13th Div  960.00
1,050.00—Kimberley,   14th   Div.   (Sullivan Hill)    1,050.00
1,080.00—Kimberley, 15th Div.  (Chapman Camp, Principal)  1,080.00
960.00—Kimberley, 16th Div.  (Chapman Camp, 2nd Div.)  960.00
1,100.00—Kincolith     1,100.00
1,020.00—Kingcome Inlet   1,020.00
1,020.00—Kingfisher    1,020.00
1,020.00—Kingsgate   1,020.00
1,000.00—Kinnaird   1,000.00
1,100.00—Kispiox    1,100.00
1,100.00—Kitchener   1,100.00
1,080.00—Kitwanga    1,080.00
960.00—Kleindale     960.00
960.00—Knutsford   960.00
1,200.00—Krestova   1,200.00
1,020.00—Kyuquot     1,020.00
960.00—Lake Buntzen   960.00
1,080.00—Lakelse Valley   1,080.00
1,080.00—Lakes District   1,080.00
960.00—Lakeshaw   960.00
1,320.00—Landry  1,320.00
960.00—Lang Bay   960.00
1,050.00—Larchwood   1,050.00
1,050.00—Lardeau     1,050.00
1,100.00—Lawn Hill  1,100.00
960.00—Lear   960.00
1.0S0.00— Lee   1,080.00
1,080.00—Lewis Island   1,080.00
1,320.00—Liberty     1,320.00
1,080.00—Lily Lake   1,080.00
1,080.00—Lilypad   1,080.00
1,020.00—Little Fort   1,020.00 Z 108
ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
DETAILED STATEMENT OF A'OTE No. 76—Continued.
Salaries of Teachers in Assisted Schools—Continued.
Salarv.
1030-31.
School.
Salary,
1931-32.
Salarv.
1930-31.
School.
Salary,
1931-32.
080.00—Lone Butte  $1,080.00
020.00—Long Beach   1,020.00
,080.00—Longworth    1,080.00
080.00—Longworth,  South   1,080.00
,080.00—Loos   1,080.00
960.00—Louis Creek, Upper       960.00
020.00—Lund     1,020.00
020.00—Mabel Lake   1,020.00
020.00—Magna Bay  1,020.00
900.00—Malahat Station      900.00
260.00—Malcolm Island, Principal  1,260.00
080.00—Malcolm Island, 2nd Div  1,080.00
960.00—Malcolm Island, 3rd Div     960.00
900.00—Mamette Lake      900.00
080.00—Mapes  1,080.00
960.00—Maple Grove      960.00
080.00—Marten Lake   1,080.00
100.00—Masset   1,100.00
960.00—Maurelle Island      960.00
140.00—Mayo, Principal   1,140.00
960.00—Mayo, 2nd Div      960.00
050.00—Mayook   1,050.00
000.00—Meadowbrook   1,000.00
020.00—Meadow Creek  1,020.00
080.00—Meadowdale   1,080.00
020.00—Meadow   Spur    1,020.00
020.00—Meadow Valley   1,020.00
020.00—Medora Creek   1,020.00
140.00—Melclrum Creek   1,140.00
080.00—Menzinger Creek  ,.. 1.080.00
,080.00—Milburn Lake  1,080.00
140.00—Minto, Principal   1,140.00
960.00—Minto, 2nd Div      900.00
140.00—Miocene   1,140.00
000.00—Mirror Lake  1,000.00
,020.00—Mitchell Bay   1,020.00
020.00—Moberly   1,020.00
020.00—Mohun Lake  1,020.00
960.00—Monte Lake       960.00
320.00—Montney     1,320.00
900.00—Montrose       900.00
.050.00—Morrissey Mines   1,050.00
,020.00—Mountain Ridge   1,020.00
,080.00—Mountain A'iew   1,080.00
960.00—Mount Ingersoll       960.00
960.00—Mount McPherson      960.00
050.00—Moyase     1,050.00
050.00—Moyie   1,050.00
,080.00—Mud River   1,080.00
$1,050.00—Myncaster $1,050.00
1,080.00—Macalister   1,080.00
960.00—McConnell Creek      960.00
960.00—McGuigan      960.00
900.00—MeLure       900.00
1,020.00—McMurdo     1,020.00
1,080.00—Nadina River  1,080.00
1,260.00—Nanaimo Bay, Principal   1,260.00
1,080.00—Nanaimo Bay, 2nd Div  1,080.00
960.00—Nanaimo Bay, 3rd Div      960.00
900.00—Nanoose     900.00
960.00—Needles     960.00
1,050.00—Newgate   1,050.00
1,080.00—Newlands     1,080.00
1,080.00—Newlands, North   1,080.00
1,080.00—Nithi River   1,080.00
960.00—Nixon Creek     960.00
1,080.00—Noosatsum    1,080.00
1,260.00—North Bend, High  1,260.00
1.OSO.00—North Bend, Principal  1,140.00
960.00—North Bend, 2nd Div     960.00
1,140.00—Northfield, Principal   1,140.00
960.00—Northfield, 2nd Div     980.00
1,320.00—North Pine   1,320.00
1,050.00—Norwegian Creek   1,050.00
060.00—Okanagan Falls        960.00
900.00—Olalla       960.00
1,320.00—Oliver, Principal   1,320.00
1,080.00—Oliver, 2nd Div  1,200.00
960.00—Oliver, 3rd Div  1,080.00
980.00—Oliver, 4th Div      960.00
960.00—Olsen Lake     960.00
1,080.00—Omineca    1,080.00
1,020.00—One Mile Creek   1,020.00
1,100.00—Oona River  1,100.00
1.0SO.O0—Orange A'alley   1,080.00
1,080.00—Osland   1,080.00
980.00—Osoyoos       960.00
1,200.00—Outlook   1,200.00
1,020.00—Owen Bay  1,020.00
1,140.00—Oyster, North, Principal  1,140.00
960.00—Oyster, North, 2nd Div     960.00
900.00—Oyster River       900.00
1,020.00—Pachelqua   1,020.00
1,080.00—Pacific  1,080.00
1,080.00—Palling   1,080.00
960.00—Palmer's Camp      960.00
1,020.00—Park's  Siding   1,020.00
1,0S0.00—Parson   1,080.00 ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
Z 109
DETAILED STATEMENT OF VOTE No. 76— Continued.
Salaries of Teachers in Assisted Schools—Continued.
Salary.
1930-31.
School.
Salary.
1931-32.
Salarv.
1930-31.
School.
Salary,
1931-32.
$1,200.00—Pass Creek  $1,200.00
1,020.00—Passmore     1,020.00
960.00—Pavilion      960.00
960.00—Pemberton       960.00
960.00—Pemberton Meadows      960.00
1,000.00—Pender Harbour   1,000.00
900.00—Pender Island, South      900.00
1,080.00—Penny     1,080.00
1,080.00—Perow   1,080.00
1,080.00—Perry Siding  1,080.00
1,020.00—Pinantan   1,020.00
960.00—Pine       960.00
1,320.00—Pine View  1,320.00
1,020.00—Pioneer Mine   1,020.00
1,000.00—Pitt Lake   1,000.00
1,020.00—Popcum   1,020.00
1,200.00—Port Alice, Principal   1,200.00
1,000.00—Port Alice, 2nd Div  1,000.00
1,140.00—Port Clements   1,140.00
960.00—Port Hardy       960.00
960.00—Port Renfrew ,     960.00
1,320.00—Pouce Coupe, Central   1,320.00
1,320.00—Pouce Coupe, East   1,320.00
1,080.00—Prairiedale   1,080.00
1,200.00—Premier   1,200.00
1,320.00—Progress    1,320.00
1,360.00—Qualicum Beach, High, Principal   1,360.00
1,200.00—Qualicum  Beach,  High,  2nd
Div  1,200.00
1,140.00—Qualicum Beach, Principal.... 1,140.00
960.00—Qualicum Beach, 2nd Div      960.00
900.00—Qualicum, Little       900.00
1,020.00—Quatsino    1,020.00
1,140.00—Queen Charlotte, Principal.... 1,140.00
1,080.00—Queen Charlotte, 2nd Div  1,080.00
1,140.00—Quesnel Dam   1,140.00
1,080.00—Quesnel, West   1,080.00
1,080.00—Quick   1,080.00
1,020.00—Radium Hot Springs   1,020.00
960.00—Raven Creek      960.00
960.00—Read Island      960.00
960.00—Red Gap      960.00
1,020.00—Red Lake   1,020.00
1,080.00—Reid Lake  1,080.00
1,020.00—Reiswig   1,020.00
1,080.00—Renata   1,0,80.00
980.00—Rendezvous        960.00
1,050.00—Retallack     1,050.00
$1,020.00—Rhone    $1,020.00
1,020.00—Riondel    1,020.00
1,320.00—Riverside  1,320.00
960.00—Roberts Creek, East      960.00
960.00—Robin's Range      960.00
1,140.00—Rock Creek   1,140.00
1,050.00—Rock Mountain   1,050.00
1,100.00—Roe Lake   1,100.00
1,500.00—Rolla, Principal  1,500.00
1,300.00—Rolla, 2nd Div  1,300.00
1,200.00—Rolla, 3rd Div  1,200.00
1,320.00—Rolla, North, Principal  1,320.00
 —Rolla, 2nd Div  1,200.00
1,050.00—Roosville   1,050.00
1,020.00—Rosebery   1,020.00
1,320.00—Rose Prairie   1,320.00
1,080.00—Round Lake   1,080.00
960.00—Round Top       960.00
1,020.00—Roy   1,020.00
960.00—Sahtlam      960.00
960.00— Saint Elmo      960.00
900.00—Saint Georges      900.00
1,020.00—Salmon Bench   1,020.00
1,080.00—Salmon River  1,080.00
960.00—Salmon Aralley      960.00
960.00— Sand Creek      960.00
1,100.00—Sand Creek, Big, Principal.... 1,140.00
1,050.00—Sand Creek, Big, 2nd Div      960.00
1,140.00—Sandspit    1,140.00
900.00—Saturna Island       '900.03
900.00—Savona Road       900.00
1,020.00—Sayward, Upper   1,020.00
960.00—Seaford       960.00
1,000.00—Sechelt  1,000.00
960.00—Seton Lake Creek       960.00
1.020.00—Seymour Arm   1,020.00
1,320.00—Shearer Dale   1,320.00
1,080.00—Shelley   1,080.00
1,080.00—Sheraton   1,080.00
1,080.00—Sheridan Lake  1,080.00
900.00—Shirley     900.00
1,140.00—Shoreacres, Principal   1,140.00
1,020.00—Shoreacres, 2nd Div  1,020.00
1,020.00—Shuswap Falls    1,020.00
1,020.00—Shutty Bench   1,020.00
1,020.00—Sicamous  1,020.00
1,260.00—Silverton, Principal   1,260.00
1,080.00—Silverton, 2nd Div  1,080.00
960.00—Silverton, 3rd Div      960.00 Z 110
ESTIMATES   (1931-32).
DETAILED STATEMENT OF A'OTE No. 76—Continued.
Salaries of Teachers in Assisted Schools—Continued.
Salarv,
1930-31.
School.
Salary,
1931-32.
Salarv.
1930-31.
School.
Salary,
1931-32.
,100,
080.
100.
.080.
100.
080.
080.
080.
200.
960.
020.
900.
960.
080.
020.
320
140.
020.
020,
960,
,080
140.
020,
OSO,
020.
960
960.
080
960
,320
900,
320
,320
320
100
,080
080.
900
080,
,140
320,
080
,320
0S0
960
080
,080.
900
.00—Simoom Sound     $960.00
00—Simpson     1,100.00
.00—Sinclair Mills  1,080.00
.00—Sirdar  1,100.00
.00—Sister's Creek   1,080.00
.00—Skidegate   C  1,100.00
,00—Slocan Park   1,080.00
,00—Snowshoe   1,080.00
,00—Soda Creek  1,080.00
.00—Solarium, Principal   1,200.00
00—Solarium, 2nd Div     960.00
.00—Solsqua    1,020.00
,00—Sooke, North      900.00
,00—Sorenson       960.00
,00—Southbank     1,080.00
00—Springbend   1,020.00
.00—Springhill  1,320.00
00—Springhouse   1,140X0
.00—Sproat Lake   1,020.00
,00—Squam Bay  1,020.00
,00—Squirrel Cove     960.00
.00—Strathnaver  1,080.00
.00—Streatham  1,140.00
00—Stuart Island    1,020.00
00—Stuart River   1,080.00
00—Sugar Lake    1,020.00
00—Sullivan Valley       960.00
00—Sunnybrae         960.00
....—Sunnybrook    1,320.00
00—Sunnyside Cannery   1,080.00
00—Sunnyside, No. 2       960.00
00—Sunset Prairie   1,320.00
00—Surge Narrows       960.00
,00—Swan Lake   1,320.00
.00—Swan Lake, North   1,320.00
00—Sweetwater     1,320.00
00—Swift Creek   1,100.00
00—Tabor Creek  1,080.00
00—Taghum   1,080.00
00—Tappen A'alley      960.00
00—Tatalrose   1,080.00
.00—Tatla Lake ....*.  1,140.00
.00—Taylor's Flats   1,320.00
00—Tchesinkut Lake  1,080.00
00—Telegraph Creek   1,320.00
.00—Ten Mile Lake  1,080.00
00—Testalinda Creek     960.00
00—Thompson  1,080.03
.00—Three  Forks    1,080.00
00—Three Valley      960.00
$1,200.00—Thrums, Principal  $1,200.00
1,080.00—Thrums, 2nd Div  1,080.00
1,020.00—Thurston Bay   1,020.00
1,080.00—Tintagel  1,080.00
1,140.00—Tofino, Principal   1,140.00
960.00—Tofino, 2nd Div      960.00
1,080.00—Topley  1.0S0.00
1,080.00—Tranquille  1,080.00
1,320.00—Transpine   1,320.00
1,020.00—Trapp Lake   1,020.00
1,020.00—Trinity Creek  1,020.00
1,020.00—Trinity Valley   1,020.00
1,500.00—Tsolum, High, Principal  1,500.00
1,200.00—Tsolum, High, 2nd Div  1,200.00
1,260.00—Tsolum, Principal   1,320.00
1,140.00—Tsolum, 2nd Div  1,200.00
1,020.00—Tsolum, 3rd Div  1,080.00
960.00—Tsolum, 4th Div     960.00
960.00—Tsolum, 5th Div      960.00
960.00—Tsolum, 6th Div      960.00
960.00—Tulameen         960.00
1,320.00—Tupper Creek  1,320.00
1,020.00—Turtle Valley   1,020.00
1,320.00—Tuscolla Mountain   1,320.00
1,020.00—Twelve Mile Ferry  1,020.00
1,140.00—Ucluelet, Principal   1,140.00
060.00—Ucluelet, 2nd Div      960.00
960.00—Ucluelet, East       960.00
900.00—Underwood       900.00
1,260.00—Union Bay, Principal   1,260.00
1,080.00—Union Bay, 2nd Div  1,080.00
980.00—Union Bay, 3rd Div      960.00
1,020.00—Valdes Island  :. 1,020.00
1,020.00—Arallican     1,020.00
900.00—Vancouver Bay      960.00
1,020.00—Vavenby     1,020.00
960.00—Vinsulla        960.00
1,080.00—AValcott   1,080.00
1,080.00—AValhachin    1,080.00
1,080.00—Waneta   1,080.00
1,003.00— AVanklyn   1,000.00
1,100.00—AVatch Lake   1,100.00
1,080.00—Waterloo   1.080.03
900.00—Watmore      900.00
1,080.00—Webber Lake   1,080.00
1,380.00—AVellington,  South, Principal 1,380.00
1,200.00—Wellington, South, 2nd Div... 1,200.00
1,080.00—AVellington, South, 3rd Div... 1,080.00
900.00—Wellington, South, 4th Div...    960.00
900.00—AVellington, South, 5th Div...    980.00 ESTIMATES  (1931-32).
Z 111
DETAILED STATEMENT OF VOTE No. 76— Continued.
Salaries of Teachers in Assisted Schools—Continued.
Salary.
1930-31.
School.
Salary.
1931-32.
Salary.
1930-31.
School.
Salary.
1931-32.
1.00-
1,020.00-
960.00-
1,140.00-
960.00-
960.00-
960.00-
1,020.00-
1,020.00-
960.00-
1,320.00-
1,080.00-
1,080.00-
1,080.00-
-Westbank     $960.00
-AVestbridge   1,020.00
-AVestsyde        960.00
-Westview Principal   1,260.00
-AVestview, 2nd Div  1,080.00
-AVestview, 3rd Div     960.00
-AVhaletown      960.00
-White Lake   1,020.00
-Wildwood, Principal   1,140.00
-AVildwood, 2nd Div     960.00
-Willow Brook   1,320.00
-Willowford   1,080.00
-Willow River   1,080.00
-AVillowvale   1,080.00
$1,020.00—Wilmer   $1,020.00
1,020.00—Windermere   1,020.00
1,140.00—AVinlaw, Principal   1,140.00
960.00—Winlaw, 2nd Div      960.03
1,140.00—Wistaria    1,140.00
1,320.00—Woodfibre, Principal   1,320.00
1,200.00—Woodfibre, 2nd Div  1,200.00
1,080.00—AVoodfibre, 3rd Div  1,080.00
960.00—Woodfibre, 4th Div      960.00
1,080.00—AVoodmere   1,080.00
1,080.00—AVoodpecker   1,080.00
1,080.00—AVycliffe     1,080.00
960.00—Yale      960.00
900.00—Yount       900.00  1930-1931
SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING MARCH 31-ST, 1931
Main
Estimates and
Special Warrants. Fiscal
Year 1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
$14,100.00
26,998.00
28,390.00
6,630.00
19,998.00
55,004.00
15,000.00
25,500.00
8,500.00
1,000.00
17,500.00
2,000.00
1,000.00
2,500.00
5,000.00
500.00
37,000.00
12,720.00
11,475.00
8,165.00
3,138.00
31,992.00
609,118.00
35,000.00
3,500.00
1,350.00
32,360.00
17,755.00
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.
5. Minister's Office—Travelling expenses   $250.00
10. Horticultural Branch—Travelling expenses   1,000.00
12. Plant Quarantine Branch—Casual labour and other
expenses   4,000.00
13. Plant Pathology—Travelling expenses   1,000.00
15. Live Stock Branch—Travelling expenses  350.00
16. District Agriculturists—Travelling expenses   2,500.00
22. Tubercular Cattle—Compensation, supplies, temporary
assistance, etc  1,000.00
24. Agricultural Associations, Fairs, etc  2,000.00
25. Farmers' Institutes, etc  10,000.00
30. Control of Noxious Weeds, etc  500.00
32. Rebates on Stumping-powder, etc  12,500.00
35. Grasshopper Extermination, etc. (AV. S. Bullen)  750.00
36. " Pound District Act "—Expenses, etc  250.00
41. British Columbia Fruit-growers' Association   500.00
46. Boys' and Girls' Clubs—Competitions, etc  300.00
50. World's Grain Congress  250.00
52. Extermination of Noxious Animals—Expenses, etc  3,000.00
52a. Nechako Creamery  1,500.00
54b. Grant to Mainland Potato Committee of Direction .... 5,250.00
Stat. "Agricultural Act, 1915," Sec. 31 (2) :
Agricultural Credit Commission—Deficit for calendar years 1928, 1929, and 1930  23,005.52
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL.
60. Censor of Moving Pictures  $1,850.00
61 (a). Sheriff, Vancouver   2,100.00
62. Official Administrator, Vancouver   250.00
63. Official Guardian  100.00
65 (<_). Supreme and County Courts, A'aneouver  450.00
66. Provincial Police  26,000.00
70. Prosecutions and Interpreters   2,500.00
70. Stenographers, Transcripts, etc  500.00
74. Incidentals and Contingencies  500.00
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION.
76. General Office—Salaries and expenses  $600.00
78 (a). High School Correspondence Courses—
Salaries and expenses   $5,000.00
Fees not exacted     7,000.00
12,000.00
Carried forward     $12,600.00
$69,905.52
28,250.00
:,155.52 Z 114
ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
Main
Estimates and
Special Warrants. Fiscal
Year 1930-31.
No. ot
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
$7,500.00
94,510.00
1,440,000.00
725,000.00
62,000.00
71,692.00
44,808.00
31,570.00
014,931.00
12,465.00
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued.
Brought forward     $12,600.00
78 (d). Correspondence Courses, Elementary Schools   250.00
80. Inspection   of   Schools—Salaries   and   travelling   expenses   3,000.00
83 (a). Per Capita Grants—Cities and Municipalities   5,000.00
84. Teachers' Salaries—Assisted Schools   2,500.00
90. Conveying Children to Central Schools   8,000.00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE.
99 (a). Surveyor of Taxes—Courts of Revision, commission on collection of revenue, etc       $2,500.00
99 (6). Surveyor of Taxes—Income, Output, and Corporation Taxes: New Equipment, etc., re Special
Revenue Tax        10,000.00
100. Agent-General's    Office—Allowance,    travelling    and
other expenses         4,000.00
101. Government Agents and Assessors, etc.—Salaries and
s expenses       20,000.00
102 (j). " Dyking Assessments Adjustment Act, 1905 "—
Arrears of dyking assessments on lands reverted
to the Crown       24,806.27
102 (fc). City of Prince Rupert—Grant in lieu of local improvement taxes        7,165.48
102 (I). Salaries and Expenses re Appraisal and Classification of Reverted Lands        5,000.00
102 (m). Compensation re Lands erroneously sold at Tax
Sales, including Interest   533.00
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS.
109. Minister's Office—Travelling expenses, etc      $2,500.00
133 (a). Cost of Construction of Wing-dam at Alice Arm
Townsite        7,000.00
133 (b). Forest Administration and Protection of Railway
Belt, August and September, 1930     100,000.00
133 (c). Government Share of Deficit in Forest Protection
Fund Special Levy     360,000.00
133 (d). Payment to Dominion Government for Surveys
carried out by them in Peace River Block,
August, September, and October, 1930        6,000.00
133 (e). Compensation re Fruit-trees purchased from Provincial Government not proving true to Name
on the Southern Okanagan Project   153.00
DEPARTMENT OF MINES.
145. Grant to the Coal-mining Industry and to provide for
the Remuneration of the Secretary and Technical
Adviser (Provincial Mineralogist), B.C. Coal Committee  	
Carried forward	
$250.00
$98,155.52
31,350.00
74,004.75
475,653.00
$250.00     $679,163.27 ESTIMATES  (1930-31).
Z 11C
Main
Estimates and
Special Warrants, Fiscal
Year 1930-31.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1930-31.
$34,897.00
125,346.00
289,131.00
69,941.00
100,000.00
4,000.00
6,212.00
5,000.00
12,360.00
339,484.00
208,130.00
DEPARTMENT OF MINES—Continued.
Brought forward         $250.00     $679,163.27
145 (a). Pacific   (Coyle)  Navigation Company—Grant for
investigation re pulverized coal        12,000.00
12,250.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY.
148. Postal Branch—Expenses, stamps, etc  $1,500.00
149. Provincial Board of Health—Expenses   6,500.00
155 (a). Tranquille Sanatorium—Expenses   10,000.00
157. Administration of " Infants Act "  4,000.00
159 (c). In Aid of Destitute Poor and Sick, etc  30,000.00
159 (e). Burial of Indigent Persons  1,600.00
163. Government House—Expenses   500.00
164 (d). Contingencies,   Incidentals,   and   Entertainments,
etc  500.00
164 (/), Direct Unemployment Relief       70,000.00
124,600.00
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC AVORKS.
165. Minister's Office—Salaries and expenses   $525.00
166. Administration—Salaries and expenses   20,000.00
167. Maintenance of Parliament Buildings and Grounds .... 15,500.00
173 (a). Automobile  Club  of B.C.—Grant on  account of
highway-signs         5,000.00
173 (&). City of Prince Rupert—Grant re concrete sidewalks and cribbing, Old Court-house site, Prince
Rupert        5,197.00
173 (e). Matsqui   Dyking   District—Grant   re   river-bank
protection         1,675.38
173 (a!). Municipality of Surrey—Grant, 50 per cent, expenditure on roads in Bear Creek Soldiers'
Settlement, Delta District  ,  700.00
173 (e.)  Municipality of Surrey—Grant re drainage-ditch
for Pacific Highway         1,250.00
173(f). Municipality of Spallumcheen—Grant re river-
bank protection, Fortune Creek        2,000.00
173 (g). Dewdney   Dyking   Commission—Grant   towards
pumping charges         2,500.00
173 (h). Canadian Good Roads Association—Grant         1,000.00
173 (i). Grant   towards   Fire-protection   of   Government
Buildings at Atlin   250.00
173 (j). Unemployment Relief     100,000.00
155,597.38
DEPARTMENT OF RAILAVAYS.
175 (•«). Completion of Survey, Cottonwood Revision, P.G.E. Railway—
Salaries and expenses   4,750.00
$976,360.65  1929-1930
SCHEDULE A.
SUMS GRANTED TO HIS MAJESTY TO MAKE GOOD CERTAIN SUMS EXPENDED
FOR THE PUBLIC SERVICE FOR THE PERIOD ENDED 31st MARCH, 1930, AND
TO INDEMNIFY THE SEA'ERAL OFFICERS AND PERSONS FOR MAKING SUCH
EXPENDITURES.
SERVICE. Amount.
Premier's Office:
Premier's Office   $966.51
Department of Agriculture:
Statistics     42.09
Tubercular Cattle—Compensation, etc  2,908.60
Automobiles and Accessories, etc ,  104.76
Agricultural Fairs, etc  26.25
Farmers' Institutes, etc , ,  482.76
Services hitherto paid by Dominion Government under " Agricultural Instruction Act " 157.53
British Boys' Farm Settlement   1.11
Department of the Attorney-General :
General  Office   59.35
Companies and Insurance Branch  , ,  434.35
Censor of Moving Pictures   113.36
Sheriffs'  Offices  1,218.83
Official Guardian  ,  10.98
Girls' Industrial School ,  1,120.07
Administration of Justice   7,190.05
Constitutional Litigation and General Law Costs   10,163.19
Department of Education :
Free Text-book Branch   383.34
Conveying Children to Central Schools   5,370.70
Department of Finance:
Minister's Office  152.23
Inspector of Trust Companies, Probate and Succession Duties  294.73
Agent-General's Office and B.C. House, London, England   603.27
Government Agents and Assessors, etc  4,627.51
Printing Public Accounts, etc  3,842.28
Interest on Suitors' Funds Deposits, etc  429.17
Bureau of Information and Department of Industries  480.20
Department of Lands :
Water  Surveys  ,  134.82
Department of Mines :
Minister's  Office   270.92
Advertising, Conventions, Incidentals, and Contingencies   54.85
Department of the Provincial Secretary :
Minister's Office   57.35
Provincial Board of Health  642.18
Administration of "Infants Act"   380.74
Grants to Hospitals and Charities  ,  38,587.41
Saanich Secession Inquiry   9.00
Department of Public AA^orks :
Administration   15,991.05
Government House ,  2,094.20
Electrical Energy Inspection   2,817.31
Total $102,223.05
VICTORIA, B.C.:
Printed by Charles F. Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1931. 

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