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REPORT OF THE MINISTER OF PUBLIC WORKS OF THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA FOR THE FISCAL YEAR, 1929-30 British Columbia. Legislative Assembly 1931

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 EEPOET
MINISTER OF PUBLIC WORKS
OP   THE
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
FOR   THE
FISCAL YEAR, 1929-30
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PRINTED  BY
AUTHORITY OB' THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.
VICTORIA,  B.C. :
Printed li.v Charles F. Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1031.
I  To His Honour Robert Randolph Bruce,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour :
Herewith I beg respectfully to submit the Annual Report of my Department for the fiscal
year ended March 31st, 1930, in compliance with the provisions of the " Public Works Act."
R. W. BRUHN,
Minister of Public Works.
Department of Public Works,
Parliament Buildings,
Victoria, B.C., December 16th, 1930.    PUBLIC WORKS REPORT.
EEPORT OF THE CHIEF ENGINEER.
Parliament Buildings,
Victoria, B.C., November 15th, 1930.
Hon. R. W. Brwlin,
Minister of Public Works, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I have the honour to submit my report for the fiscal year 1929-30.
HIGHWAYS.
General.—The fiscal year 1929-30 was an outstanding one on account of the comprehensive
programme of highway extension and improvement undertaken.
The most important work carried out included the extension, by new construction, of the
various trans-provincial highways and the reconstruction or improvement of the more important
existing trunk highways to meet the present and future requirements of provincial traffic.
Many of our trunk highways were located and built prior to the advent of the automobile,
and such highways seldom meet the requirements of the modern traffic, which, as may be seen
from the traffic statistics elsewhere in the Annual Report, is generally on the increase and tlie
volume of which has reached comparatively high proportions.
It has been the policy of the Department to undertake extensive preliminary investigations,
followed by proper surveys and estimates of cost, before actual work has been authorized on
either construction or reconstruction of highways, in order that the needs of the future as well
as of the present may, as far as possible, be provided for.
A statement of clearing and grading contracts let during the year is given elsewhere in the
Annual Report. In addition, a large amount of work has been efficiently carried out by day-
labour, using machinery owned by the Department, an inventory of which is given herewith.
In either case, proper supervision has been provided by qualified engineers.
Details of the work carried out in the nine engineering districts are to be found in the
reports herewith of the respective District Engineers, whose services and the services of whose
assistants I wish especially to commend. That the unusually large programme of work has been
carried through successfully is a tribute to their loyalty and devotion to duty.
Trans-Provincial Highways.—Good progress was made in the extension of all the trans-
provincial highways which have been planned to provide through highway connections with
all settled portions of the Province connecting at various points with the highway systems of
the Province of Alberta.
The Prince George-Yellowhead Highway was extended eastward from Giscome via Aleza
Lake and Longworth. The westerly portion of this trans-provincial route was extended for
several miles between Skeena Crossing and Terrace. Some widening and gravelling and partial
construction of a diversion between Vanderhoof and Fort Fraser were earned out. Aerial
surveys were made of the section of the Hazelton-Prince Rupert Highway between Terrace and
Prince Rupert.
The Kamloops-Yellowhead Highway via the Valley of the North Thompson was extended
about 7 miles northward, and, in addition, a similar mileage was brushed out and several miles
of the existing highway were reconstructed ; the highway is now open as far north as Blue River.
Following further surveys, satisfactory progress was made on the construction of the
highway link to connect Revelstoke and Golden, via the Big Bend of the Columbia River; an
agreement has been reached with the Canadian National Parks Board whereby the Federal
Government is now constructing the easterly portion of the highway, whilst the westerly portion
is to be constructed by the Provincial Government.
Surveys were undertaken and construction-work carried out on the Bella Coola-Chilcotin
Highway.
On the southerly route some construction was undertaken on the Hope-Princeton Link by
day-labour; general improvements were made throughout, by widening and resurfacing, including 12 miles of reconstruction between Princeton and Keremeos and several miles of diversion
between Creston and Crowsnest Pass. T 6 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1929-30.
Highway Improvement and Reconstruction.—The report of the District Engineer at New
Westminster gives extensive details of the important work carried out in reconstruction of the
trunk highways on either side of the Fraser River. Following proper consolidation and as
yearly appropriations allow, it is the intention to surface these reconstructed highways. The
improvement of these important arteries will greatly facilitate the transportation of agricultural
produce and other merchandise throughout this prosperous area.
The Fraser Canyon section of the Cariboo Highway was well maintained; reference to
the statistics and chart accompanying this report shows a steady yearly increase in the number
of vehicles using this highway. Reconstruction and improvements were carried out between
Spences Bridge anil Ashcroft and 12 miles of road were reconstructed between Cache Creek
and Kamloops.
Between Merritt and Spences Bridge extensive widening and realignment were undertaken
by day-labour.
In the Salmon Arm District, improvement-work included reconstruction of 10 miles of the
Kamloops-Nicola Road and construction of a diversion of the Kamloops-Salmon Arm Road,
4% miles in length.
Several very necessary projects were completed in the Okanagan. The portion of the Lake
Shore Highway diverted to a highway level route for about 7 miles north of Summerland is now
free from the mud-slides and other objectionable features of the old highway alongside the lake.
In addition to the material improvements effected on the main highways between Penticton
and Vernon, 9 miles of the Lumby-Mabel Lake Road, 12 miles of the Vernon-Kamloops Road,
and about 4 miles of the Sugar Lake Road were reconstructed, all by day-labour.
Several important works were undertaken in the Kootenays—the diversion of 5 miles of the
Silverton-Slocan Highway eliminated excessive grades in the vicinity of Silverton; sections of
this highway were also widened and gravel-surfaced to take care of the increasing traffic, particularly of commercial vehicles. To connect the Slocan-Arrow Lakes by highway, the Box
Lake-Rosebery Road was extended 4 miles. The road on the east side of the Lower Arrow
Lake was continued 3 miles farther north, towards Deer Park.
In order to meet the transportation requirements of settlers in the Peace River District a
large amount of construction was carried out in this area.
On Vancouver Island substantial widening and improvement were executed on the Island
Highway, both on the Malahat section and between Courtenay and Campbell River; a diversion
was made in the vicinity of Oyster River. Greatly needed improvements were also made in the
alignment of the Canadian Highway, particularly in the Alberni Mountain section. A new road
was built towards Youbou, in the Cowichan Lake District. Both the West Coast Road and
the Shawnigan Lake AVest Road were extended. A contract was let for reconstruction of 2.6
miles of the road between Sooke and Jordan River.
Surveys.—In addition to the surveys undertaken in connection with the extension of trans-
provincial highway routes, location parties were engaged on the following:—
Summit Lake to Davie Lake (Fort George) for a highway to the Peace River; Kuskonook-
Gray Creek for a highway along the east side of Kootenay Lake; McGinty Road, East Kootenay;
Lougheed Highway through the Burnaby and Dewdney Electoral Districts; Canadian Highway,
Alberni Mountain; Gibsons Landing to Pender Harbour for purposes of linking up isolated
settlements ;   Ashcroft to Spences Bridge, relocation at Oregon Jack Hill.
Surfacing.—Permanent paving did not form a large item in the highway programme.
Details of bituminous surfacing and paving contracts and of work carried out are printed
elsewhere.
Snow-removal.—With improved and increased equipment it was possible to keep a larger
mileage of roads clear of snow (in some places heavier than usual) at a reasonable cost. An
appreciative travelling public now look upon such work as a necessity rather than a luxury.
BRIDGES.
The construction of several important bridges was undertaken or continued.
The splendid steel bridge across the Thompson River at Savona, construction of which was
commenced during the previous year, was opened for traffic during the summer of 1929.
Construction was commenced of a new steel bridge on concrete piers to replace the old
timber structure at Spences Bridge across the Thompson River.    This bridge was opened early NEW  BRIDGE  OVER  THOMPSON  RIVER AT   SPENCES  BRIDGE.
Superstructure built by contract;   piers and abutments built by day-labour.
NEW  BRIDGE  OVER  THOMPSON  RIVEK  AT  SPENCES  BRIDGE.
Over-all length, 760 feet, steel spans and concrete piers and abutments ;   16-foot roadway and
c5-foot  sidewalk,  both of concrete.  REPORT OF CHIEF ENGINEER. T 7
in the summer of 1930; by constructing the northerly span over the Canadian National Railway
a grade crossing was eliminated.
In conjunction with the Municipality of West Vancouver, the problem of spanning the
Capilano River was satisfactorily solved by the construction of a modern 250-foot steel structure
on concrete piers with 30-foot approach spans.
Statements are given elsewhere showing details of four bridge contracts and details of
thirty important structures built by day-labour.
In order to provide for a greater volume of heavier traffic the widths of new bridges on
main highways have, generally, been increased and the structures are being designed to withstand heavier loads. In several cases, as at Squilax and Quesnel, pressure creosoted timbers
have been used with a view to adding materially to the life of these structures; in such cases
the chords of trusses were laminated. Throughout the Province signs were erected at all
crossings of important streams showing the name of the creek or river.
Many old timber bridges have been replaced by culverts and substantial fills, thereby
eliminating maintenance costs in the future;  all bridges were carefully inspected and maintained.
The excellent condition and practical design of the large number of bridges throughout
the Province is especially noticeable, and in this connection I wish to draw attention to the
splendid work carried out by the Bridge Engineer, the Designing Engineer, and their staffs,
both in the field and in the office.
River-bank Protection.—It is gratifying to be able to report that the extensive protection-
works which were undertaken during the years 1928 and 1929 at Nicomen Island have been
satisfactory;  no ill effects have since arisen from freshets of the Fraser River.
To protect the village of Stewart from the inroads of the Bear River, remedial works were
carried out; the Enderby-Mabel Lake Road was protected from the Kingfisher Creek waters
by construction of wire-bound boulder groins.
FERRIES.
A  modern capacious ferry-boat  was  constructed by  contract  for the  Shuswap Lake  to
serve the numerous settlements;   this ferry is subsidized to experienced local navigators and
has adequately filled a long-felt need amongst the communities which it now serves.
Other renewals or improvements are as follows :—
Name of Ferry. Details.
Brentwood-Mill Bay Five-year subsidy expired;   the holders were
successful bidders for renewed service.
North Saanich-Saltspring Island Ferry established.
Kootenay River (below Creston) New barge constructed by contract.
Big Bar (Fraser River) New 5-ton barge constructed.
Cedarvale (Skeena River) New 5-ton.reaction ferry provided.
Agassiz-Rosedale New landing at Agassiz constructed.
Squilax (Shuswap Lake) Replaced by Squilax Bridge.
GENERAL.
Legislation.—Important amendments were made, during the 1930 session of the Legislature,
to the " Highway Act." Under Part III. provision was made for the " classification " of certain
more important highways within municipalities as " arterial highways "; the cost of construction and maintenance of highways so classified will be borne entirely by the Department.
Part V. was added to the " Highway Act," providing for the better regulation and control
of common carriers, both of passengers and of freight.
The " Department of Public Works Act" was amended so as to include under the Act the
direction of the heating and the management, charge, and direction of the supplying and repairing of furniture and fittings for all Government buildings throughout the Province.
Common Carriers, etc.—Attention is drawn to the statement of licences issued showing the
variety of stages in use and the diversity of routes travelled. In the interests of the travelling
public the control of public vehicles is receiving close attention and study by officials of the
Department, and for this purpose a branch office has been opened with offices in the Court-house,
Vancouver, from which office the control of traffic and conservation of our valuable highway T 8 PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1929-30.
system by proper regulation and inspection is also directed; gratifying co-operation is being
received from the users of the highways and the owners of trucks and public vehicles.
Highway Signs and Safety.—In co-operation with the Automobile Club of British Columbia,
the programme of erection and maintenance of uniform directional signs has continued.
Standard warning-signs have been erected and maintained as required.
As far as practicable, the highways are being freed from objectionable signs of an
advertising nature.
The greater safety of the public has been secured by the erection of much safety-railing
and the painting of fences and guard-rails with special white paint.
Highway Map.—Early in the year 1930 a completely new " Highway Travel Map" for
general use was published in conjunction with the Lands Department from highway data
furnished by district officials of the Public Works Department. This excellent map was prepared in the Department of Lands under the direction of the Chief Geographer.
ARCHITECTURAL BRANCH.
From the comprehensive report of the Chief Architect it will be seen that this Branch of
the Department was responsible for the successful carrying-out of many important projects,
all of which call for constant supervision. In addition to the interior reconstruction and
renovation of the Parliament Buildings, renewals and repairs were undertaken, chiefly by
day-labour, at numerous other public buildings. Bringing the management and control of all
public buildings under the direct supervision of the Department of AVorks has materially added
to the duties and responsibilities of the Chief Architect.
ORGANIZATION.
Mr. F. L. Macpherson, formerly Office Engineer at headquarters during the past twelve years,
was appointed Highway Traffic and Utilities Engineer to take charge of the newly created branch
office of the Department at the Court-house, A'aneouver.
Mr. H. L. Swan, formerly Assistant District Engineer at Cranbrook, was appointed District
Engineer for Vancouver Island in order to provide for additional assistance in handling the
increasing amount of work at headquarters.    The position has been vacant for many years.
Mr. AV. P. Beavan, Assistant District Engineer at Courtenay, was appointed Surfacing
Engineer, with headquarters at A'ictoria; this appointment was deemed advisable in order that
the increasing amount of bituminous-surfacing work should be specially planned and supervised.
All of the foregoing appointments took place at April 1st, 1930.
During the year Mr. G. M. Duncan, for many years Chief Draughtsman, was appointed as
Designing Engineer.
The increase in the amount of road machinery and plant has necessitated the appointment
of an Inspector of Equipment to assist the Mechanical Superintendent who has so ably carried
out the supervision in connection with all plant equipment, power-ferries, etc.
Expansion in all branches of the work of the Department has very greatly increased the
work of the Chief Accountant, who, with his staff, are to be highly commended upon the efficient
manner in which the additional work entailed has been carried out.
The work of the clerical staff, under the capable direction of the Chief Clerk, continues to
expand, as is shown by the following tabulation :—
1927-28.
1928-29.
1929-30.
Inward letters, etc	
Outward letters, etc	
Department flies handled (approximately).
17,637
16,000
49,000
19,950
18,100
60,000
22,866
20,050
72,000
Once more it affords me pleasure to record my appreciation of the splendid services rendered
by the various officials connected with the outside and inside staffs.    To have such reliable and
sympathetic.support not only expedites the work, but also renders the duties more agreeable.
Respectfuly submitted.
P. PHILIP,
Chief Engineer. WEST ROAD,   SAANICH DISTRICT.
In process of placing non-skid treatment, using bituminous cement and  %- and  V^-inch gravel,
half-width of road done at one time.
ISLAND   HIGHWAY MALAHCAT  DRIVE   AT   SCENIC  VIEW.     SPRAYrINO   BITUMINOUS   FLUSH-COAT  ON
PRIMED   SURFACE   BY"   DEPARTMENT'S   EQUIPMENT.  ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 1. T 9
REPORT OF ENGINEER, DISTRICT No. 1.
Victoria, B.C., November 29th, 1930.
P. Philip, Esq.,
Chief Engineer, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—Prior to April 1st, 1930, the assistants in Engineering District No. 1 reported direct
to the Chief Engineer; hence the annual report, 1929-30, for this district consists of the
individual reports from these assistants, which I beg to submit herewith:—
REPORT OP E.  SMITH, ASSISTANT DISTRICT ENGINEER,
ALBERNI DISTRICT.
It is somewhat difficult to make an accurate and intelligent report on work that was
completed seven months prior to my arrival in the district. This report is based on information supplied by my predecessor and by the staff, and on my own observations.
Roads and Trails.—A fair amount of work was carried out on the Island Highway and
Canadian Highway in the form of revisions obtaining improved alignment and grade, the greater
part of which was on the Canadian Highway in the Mountain section. Many other improvements were made on both highways, in the elimination of obsolete bridges by replacement with
culverts and fills. A certain amount of beneficial work was done by the improvement of easement
curves at places where visibility was particularly bad. The usual amount of maintenance and
minor betterments was carried out on these two highways and on settlement roads.
This district is remarkable for the unusual length of settlement roads in unorganized
territory, such as Grafton Avenue, Northwest Bay Road, Departure Bay Road, Marine Drive,
Central Lake Road, Lake Shore Road, and Beaver Creek Road, on all of which certain improvements were carried out.
The work of extension and maintenance was carried out at AA7est Coast points, chiefly at
Ucluelet, Quatsino, Tofino, and Holberg.
Bridges.—Several new bridges were constructed with improved alignment, the more important
being a Howe truss with trestle approach across Little Qualicum River; a 60-foot king truss
with 216-foot trestle approach at Big Qualicum River. Fourteen trestles were put in, with
general improvement to grade; six culverts were substituted for bridges and maintenance-work
was carried out on twenty-eight old structures.
REPORT OF H. M. BIGWOOD, ASSISTANT DISTRICT ENGINEER, COAVICHAN-
NEAArCASTLE   AND   NANAIMO   DISTRICTS.
A considerable improvement in the general condition of all roads was achieved, principally
on account of the use of improved equipment.
Drainage on all roads was given particular attention, the results being apparent in the
comparative absence of damage during the period of thaw which followed nearly a month of
hard frost.
Snowfall ' during the winter was heavy, but concentrated in one period. Traffic was
satisfactorily maintained.
The improvement to Cowichan Lake Road was continued.
The construction of a road to Youbou, on the north shore of Cowichan Lake, was commenced.
All bridges were maintained in good condition and improvements were made in approaches.
No major bridge-construction was undertaken.
The co-operation of all branches is appreciatively acknowledged.
REPORT OF H. AV. STEVENS, ASSISTANT DISTRICT ENGINEER,
COMOX AND MACKENZIE DISTRICTS.
Roads and Trails.—North of Oyster River improvement was made to the Island Highway by
the construction of 1.2 miles on permanent location.
Construction of the Comox Lake Road as far as Jock's Point, Comox Lake, was completed.
Grading and surfacing of the Lazo Road at Point Holmes were finished.
At Sayward the main road was improved by the removal of several bad rock points near
Kelsey Bay, the road thereby being considerably improved by widening and the elimination of
several very dangerous curves. T 10 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1929-30.
Asphalt surfacing of the Island Highway was extended to Merville, 2 miles. A 2-inch
asphalt mulch was laid 16 feet wide and the whole section thoroughly drained.
All roads. throughout the district were well maintained, and despite heavy snowfall in
January we were able to keep the main roads open for traffic.
Bridges.—Two new trestle bridges were constructed—one 272 feet long on the extension
of the Island Highway to Menzies Bay; the other a one-span structure on the Marine Drive
at Royston. Thirteen bridges were reconstructed as standard trestles and maintenance was
done on fifty other bridges.
Mackenzie District.
Roads—Construction (B.C. Loan).—Construction-work comprising drainage and widening
of the Bella Coola Road and the Lund and the Thunder Bay Roads at Powell River was proceeded with; also similar work was done on a number of the principal roads on Lasqueti and
Texada Islands.
No. 73, Grant Bridge, at Texada Island, was replaced by fill.
Construction-work on the Sakumtha Pass Trail was continued under the " Mines Development Act."
Bridges—Construction.—No new bridges were built during the year.
Roads—Maintenance.—All roads in the district were maintained and in the course of the
maintenance a number of minor improvements were effected, notably on the Bella Coola Road
and on the roads in the vicinity of Powell River.
Bridges—Maintenance.—General repairs of a minor nature were effected on twenty-two
bridges.
REPORT OF C. A. HELGESEN, GENERAL FOREMAN, ESQUIMALT DISTRICT.
Roads and Trails—Construction.—West Coast Road: The work commenced last year was
continued for approximately 1 mile. Five bridges were constructed, two large and three small
ones. Camp-sites were prepared ahead for next season's work and very heavy timber and
considerable quantities of rock were encountered in Mile 4.
West Shawnigan Lake Road: Work here consisted of continuing the new road started in
1927 as far as appropriation would allow. One and a half miles were slashed, 1 mile cleared,
and % mile was graded. Owing to rock-outcrop, this % mile was the most difficult of the
project.
Gillespie Road: This project was completed and the road opened for traffic. A feature of
this construction was the driving of. an undercrossing below the C.N.R. tracks through rock-fill
without interfering in any way with railway traffic.
Halhead Road: An extension of approximately % mile was built to give access to sawmill
on C.N.R. tracks.
Witty Beach Road: Approximately 1 mile of new road was opened up to give public access
to one of the best beaches on the west coast of Vancouver Island.
Wilfert Road: One mile of new road was constructed to give access from the Island
Highway to industrial enterprises on the west side of Esquimalt Harbour.
Jordan River Road: To eliminate bad hills and put roadway in good alignment, three
diversions aggregating 2 6 miles were constructed in a 4-mile portion of this highway. A feature
of this work was the building of Skookum Gulch Bridge. The cedar piling in this bridge is
probably the longest in use in British Columbia bridge-work, some of the piles being 100 feet
long.
Reconstruction.—Malahat Drive: In continuation of the improvement programme started
in 1927, widening and straightening the 17-mile bend and series of narrow dangerous corners
were undertaken. The completed section is now with good alignment. A start was made in the
widening at Lookout Point, with the double objective of Increased safety at this popular parking-
place and view-point for tourists. The excavated material was used to rock-face a sea-wall at
Mill Bay. some SXA miles farther north on the highway. Both projects were successfully
completed in March, 1930; the old narrow, crooked section at Mill Bay being transformed by
the improvement into a practically straight stretch of rock-faced earth-fill 24 feet wide.
Shawnigan Lake Section of Old Trunk Road: Continuing the work of 1927 and 1928, the
stretch of narrow road adjacent to and south of Strathcona Lodge was widened to a standard
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SANDHILLS   BRIDGE,   ISLAND   HIGHWAY.     ASPHALT   SURFACING,   " FLUSH-COAT   TREATMENT
HAND  SPRAY-TANK  IN  DISTANCE.  ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 2. T 11
East Sooke Road: The rock points on the narrow dangerous section locally known as
Pipe-line Hill was widened.
Rocky Point Road: For a distance of approximately y2 mile, and up a narrow stretch locally
known as Smart's Hill, the road was widened to 18 feet and the alignment was improved ; where
necessary, other minor improvements were carried out successfully by day-labour.
Maintenance and Repairs.—In general, the whole of district roads were successfully repaired
and maintained, though destructive January frosts threatened for a time to disrupt traffic.
Prompt measures taken as frost was leaving the ground kept all main roads in safe condition.
The increased use of power equipment successfully dealt with snow-removal; the local innovation
of V-ploughs slung under heavy trucks again proving their great efficiency as speedy removers
of snow up to a depth of 10 inches. Using two 30 caterpillar-driven V push-ploughs and four
truck outfits, as many as 140 miles of road were ploughed in one day.
Bituminous Surfacin-g.—Over 65 miles of bituminous surfacing were successfully maintained
and flush-coated, where necessary, with asphalt. Some 39 miles were dealt with, comprising
approximately 9 miles of new surface treatment and 30 miles of flush-coat. Aided by favourable
weather, the work was completed well ahead of schedule time.
Bridges.—Numerous new bridges were erected during the season, chiefly on AVest Coast Road
and Jordan River Road. The usual maintenance and repairs were carried out. In every case
new bridges were built to standard designs.
REPORT OF J. McN. PATERSON, GENERAL FOREMAN,  SAANICH DISTRICT.
Prior to my appointment in October, 1929, 1% miles of concrete pavement were built on
Benvenuto Avenue under the supervision of the late Major Campbell, and bituminous surfacing
was undertaken on Scott, Burnside, and Helmcken Roads under his supervision.
Maintenance of roads and general repairs were attended to. AA7ork was commenced in
laying a rock base for a bituminous surface on the AVest Saanich Road between Keating's Crossroad and Verdier Avenue, thence along Arerdier Avenue to the ferry-slip. Minor repairs were
carried out on Craigflower Bridge.   AArork was commenced on the new ferry-landing at Brentwood.
REPORT OF G. T. MICHELL, GENERAL FOREMAN, ISLANDS DISTRICT.
I beg to submit herewith annual report of work done in the above-named district during
the fiscal year 1929-30.
Maintenance and Reconstruction.—All main highways and lateral roads throughout the
district have been maintained and kept in a good state of repair, particular attention being
paid to ditching and drainage. Several bad curves have been eliminated, 9 miles of road
reconstructed and widened, and all bridges kept in good order.
Construction.—Seven miles of new roads were constructed and 1% miles of permanent
asphaltic sidewalks laid.
Yards and Buildings.—The Government yard at Sidney has been enclosed and a series of
machinery-sheds erected.
Snow-removal.—Two slight falls of snow were experienced, but the roads were kept open
for traffic.
All of which is respectfully submitted. TT   _    _
H. L. Swan,
District Engineer.
REPORT OF ENGINEER, DISTRICT No. 2.
District Engineer's Office,
Court-house, New Westminster, B.C., December 3rd, 1930.
P. Philip, Esq.,
Chief Engineer, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I beg to submit herewith annual report of work done in the above district during the
fiscal year 1929-30.
BURNABY DISTRICT.
Maintenance.—The usual maintenance-work was carried out and all roads in this district
were kept in excellent condition. T 12
PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1929-30.
Hard-surfacing.—No hard-surfacing was laid this year in Burnaby District, but I would
report that the asphaltic-mulch surface laid on the Hastings-Barnet Road last year has withstood the heavy traffic and came through the spring break-up in excellent condition. This surface
was given a flush-coat of tarvia during the summer.
Surveys.—Surveys were put in hand to connect the primary highway in Dewdney with the
Grandview Highway, in order to give a continuous thoroughfare from the University via Tenth
and Twelfth Avenues in the City of Vancouver right up the Fraser Valley on the north side of
that river. The marshy area to the west of Burnaby Lake, which had to be crossed, proved a
formidable obstacle, and numerous preliminary lines were run across the same and soundings
taken. These indicated that a deep channel runs through the whole area; solid material being
encountered at an average depth of 50 feet; near the end of the lake solid material was met at
a depth of 76 feet, which is 25 feet below mean sea-level. The muskeg material over this area
is a very liquid black muck. After due consideration it was deemed advisable to abandon the
idea of entering Arancouver City via the Grandview Highway, and surveys were put in hand
with a view to connecting with either Broadway or First Avenue.    This work is proceeding.
CHILLIWACK DISTRICT.
Maintenance.—Maintenance-work was carried out on all the roads in the district in the usual
manner, with power maintainers and multiple-blade drags, and considering that a large part of
the Yale Read, the chief highway in this district, was under reconstruction, the road-beds were
kept in a fairly smooth condition, with the exception of the period while the frost was coming
out of the ground in the spring, when we experienced the usual spring break-up. AAre were again
forced to close the road to all truck and bus traffic in excess of 1% tons capacity, on pneumatic
tires only. As a result of prohibiting the heavier traffic our road-beds d'd not break up nearly
as badly as in previous years. AAre had the hearty co-operation of all trucking interests, as they
realized from previous experience that it was to their own benefit, as well as the Department's,
that the heavy traffic stay off the roads during this period.
The Yale Road was treated with an oil dust-layer, with very satisfactory results to the
Department and the travelling public.
During the winter the main roads were kept clear of snow with the use of two powerful
tractor snow-ploughs, and traffic was maintained without interruption, with the exception of
twenty-four hours during a severe blizzard;  snow-drifts of over 8 feet high were removed.
Construction.—Four and six-tenths miles of cement-concrete pavement were laid between
Sardis and the Sumas Pumping Station on a subgrade which had been prepared during the
previous year. For the first time in this district high super-elevation of curves was used in
construction of the pavement adapted to high-speed rtaffic, super-elevation being based on a
car-speed of 45 miles per hour.
AArork was continued on the construction of the new Sumas Highway between Abbotsford
and Chilliwack, with the use of the Sumas Dyking Commission's drag-line. It is hoped that
this new link, which will eliminate many dangerous curves, as well as shorten the distance by
4% miles, will be opened to traffic during the next fiscal year.
One of the most important pieces of construction undertaken was the reconstruction of the
Yale Road from Abbotsford westerly to the Aberdeen Road, a distance of approximately 6%
miles. A new right-of-way varying from 80 to 200 feet in width was procured for this purpose
and the road built on the latest engineering design of flat curvature and low gradients.
Several dangerous right-angle curves were eliminated ; new curvature consists of one 4-degree,
with remainder 2-degree curves, or under; grades were reduced from a maximum of 16 per cent,
to maximum of 5 per cent. The clearing and grubbing was practically all done with Government forces, employing local residents in the district; the grading-work being done under contract. Ou this section over 100 curves were eliminated. A separate contract was let for the
gravelling, crushed and screened gravel being used with very sat'sfactory results.
Location of Roads.—Surveys were continued on the relocation of the remainder of the Yale
Road, from Aldergrove eastward, with a view to completing the relocation of the Yale Road
between Abbotsford and Aldergrove. When this reconstruction is carried out one of the most
dangerous sections of the Yale Road will have been eliminated.
Bridges.—General maintenance was carried out on all bridges throughout the district and
several new pile-trestle bridges were constructed with day-labour forces. On the main highways
the new bridges were constructed with a width of 20 feet 8 inches between wheel-guards. •' . J
RECONSTRUCTION  OF DEWDNEY  TRUNK  ROAD.     ALBION-WHONNOCK   SECTION,
SHOWING   OLD  AND   NEW   ROADS.
RECONSTRUCTION  OF DEWDNEY TRUNK ROAD.     ALBION-WHONNOCK  SECTION.
HAKD-PAN CUT.  ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 2. T 13
Ferries.—A new permanent landing was constructed at Agassiz for the Agassiz-Rosedale
Ferry, to replace the one taken out by the ice during the previous winter. This work was
carried out by contract. The traffic at tlrs ferry-point continues to increase year by year; the
ferry carrying about 43,000 passengers and making 4,450 trips during the fiscal year.
DELTA DISTRICT.
Maintenance.—The usual maintenance-work was carried out on all roads in the district, and
the gravel surfaces were maintained reasonably well considering the large amount of traffic.
During the month of June the Yale Road from Pry's Corner to the easterly boundary of the
district was treated with dust-oil, with very good results greatly appreciated by the travelling
public. A quarter of a gallon of dust-oil per square yard was applied in one application during
the season, but, from our experience, I would recommend that in future one application be laid
during the early part of the summer, followed with a lighter application of about one-sixth of a
gallon per square yard during the middle of the summer.
Construction.—The reconstruction of the Yale Road from Clayton Hill to Langley Prairie
on a revised location was undertaken with Government forces. Approximately 4 miles of this
section were reconstructed on new alignment, and of the thirty-seven curves in the old road
only four now remain, 4° being the maximum curvature. Gradients were reduced from 10 to
5 per cent., the road-bed being widened from an average of 17 to 34 feet. For this reconstruction a new right-of-way 80 feet in width was purchased. All culverts used in this piece of
reconstruction were centrifugally cast reinforced-concrete pipes manufactured in Vancouver.
All workers employed on this project were residents of the district.
In conjunction with Langley and Surrey Municipalities, 2% miles of bituminous paving-
were laid on the McLellan Road, a secondary highway.
Location of Roads.—Survey parties were placed in the field to continue the relocation of the
Yale Road from Langley eastward to the Coghlan Road, a distance of 7 miles. For the relocation a maximum grade of 5 per cent, is being adopted and 6° as maximum curvature, with as
nearly as possible 1,000 feet clear vision.
Bridges.—A new protection and raised pier was constructed on the swing-span of the Canoe
Pass Bridge and practically the entire floor structure renewed. Minor repairs were carried out
on all the bridges throughout the district.
Ferries.—A new ferry was placed in service at Barnston Island, giving improved service at
this point.    During the year this ferry made 3,496 trips and carried 12,564 passengers.
Snow-removal.—The Department continued its policy of keeping the main highways open to
traffic throughout the winter, and for this purpose maintained two powerful tractor ploughs,
which were operated throughout the twenty-four hours during the snow period, and as a result
traffic experienced little, if any, delay. Many complimentary remarks were passed by the general
public on the efforts of the Department in keeping the highways open and the expenditure is,
I consider, well warranted.
General.—All the foremen and crews gave efficient and loyal service throughout the year.
DEWDNEY DISTRICT.
Maintenance.—The usual maintenance-work was carried out and all roads were kept in
excellent condition, except during the spring break-up, when for a short period the roads were
in bad condition. Heavily reinforced maintenance gangs, however, had the regular traffic moving
again on short order. During this time the Dewdney Trunk Road was closed to all bus and
truck traffic, save 1-ton trucks on pneumatic tires carrying a net load not in excess of 1 ton.
Dust-laying oil was sprayed on 20 miles of the Dewdney Trunk Road. This was much
appreciated by the travelling public, as the dust nuisance cn our heavy-traffic roads is not merely
disagreeable, but a positive menace to safety.
Bituminous Surfacing.—Three and a half miles of asphaltic-mulch surfacing were laid
during the year.    This came through the winter in good shape and is giving excellent service.
Paving.—In the village of Mission the Washington Street section of the primary highway
was paved for three blocks through the business section, the work consisting of 1,800 lineal feet
of Portland cement concrete pavement 24 feet wide and an asphaltic-mulch surface on either side
of this 11 feet wide, thus paving the whole street from curb to curb. The necessary culverts,
drains, and catch-basins were installed to take care of all surface water. This paving was done
by contract and altogether is a very creditable piece of work. T 14 PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1929-30.
New Constructions—Whonnock-Ruskin.—The section of the Dewdney Trunk Road between
Ruskin and AVhonnock was relocated and a new road constructed between these points by day-
labour, a gas power-shovel and a fleet of 4-yard trucks being hired to assist in the work. A 30-
foot road-bed was constructed throughout the work, a distance of 2.29 miles. Reinforced-
concrete culverts were installed throughout and drainage was given close attention. On the
completion of the grading, gravel surfacing was put in hand and on this being completed the
road was thrown open to traffic. In spite of the severe winter, this new road held up splendidly
during the spring break-up and is now in excellent condition. This new location has many
advantages over the old, as will be seen by the following comparison of a few salient points:—
New Location. Old Location.
Distance 2.29 miles. 2.62 miles.
Maximum gradient 8 per cent. 13 per cent.
Maximum curvature 1,146 ft. radius.        50 ft. radius.
Bridges 120 lin. ft. 516 lin. ft.
AVidth of road-bed 30 ft. 18 ft.
The total curvature has been reduced to a minimum on the new location, and I am sorry
that nothing but a plan will show what has been done in improving the alignment of this section.
Albion-Whonnock.—This section of the Dewdney Trunk Road was relocated and construction is nearly completed. The work is being done by contract. All classes of material were
encountered—clay, sand, gravel, hard-pan, and loose and solid rock. The excavation of these
materials presented no great difficulty, but certain of the clays, after being dug and handled in
trucks, became so unstable that it was almost impossible to hold them in the fills. On the three
fills where this condition obtained over 60 per cent, extra material was required to bring them
up to grade. Drainage was given special attention and reinforced-concrete culverts were
installed throughout. This work is now well in hand and will be completed early in the next
fiscal year.    This section, when completed, will be a decided asset to the travelling public.    A
few comparisons follow:— „     T      .. _,, T
1 New Location. Old Location.
Distance 3.76 miles. 3.89 miles.
Maximum gradient 6 per cent. 13 per cent.
Maximum curvature 6°. 30°.
AA'idth of road-bed 30 ft. 18 ft.
The alignment has been vastly improved and a minimum range of vision of 300 feet has
been maintained throughout.
Pitt River Bridge to Hunter Road.—This location adjoins the B.C. Electric power-line
through Pitt Meadows and construction-work thereon was done by contract. The work was
principally drag-line shovel-work, the grade being thrown up from side-ditches. This work was
expeditiously completed by the contractor and it was decided, in view of the wet material encountered on the meadows, to allow the fill to settle over winter before any surfacing was done.
Gravelling was left to be put in hand during the next fiscal year. This new work, 3 miles in
length, will give a diagonal road through Pitt Meadows and will be 1.2 miles shorter than our
present route. Except for two very flat curves, the road is on tangent throughout, contrasting
with the old road, which has five right-angled turns. AArhen completed, this link will give
greater convenience and added safety to the travelling public.
Hunter Road to Kanaka Creek (Jf.5 Miles).—Location surveys were finished on this section
and a start made on clearing and grubbing the right-of-way, using day-labour. Grading of this
section should be finished early in the next fiscal year.
Silverdale to Mission (5 Miles).—Location surveys were completed on this link and all clearing and grubbing was completed by day-labour. The grading of this link will in all probability
be completed next fiscal year.
Nicomen Island Highway Protection.—Excellent progress was made on this work during
the year; Contract Sections 1, 2, 3, and 4 were completed with a comfortable margin of time for
settlement of material, prior to the 1929 freshet. All dykes were sown with red-clover seed
purchased from the Sumas Government lands, and a splendid result was obtained in prolific
germination and reseeding. Section 8, Dewdney Trunk Road, was also completed from Dewdney
Bridge to Deroche Bridge. This section of road was constructed by day-labour by Government
forces; excavation and fill were economically made by use of caterpillar tractors and revolving
scrapers.    The surfacing material was procured from under water in Nicomen Slough, and the LITTLE  QUALICUM BRIDGE,   NO.  SI,  OVER LITTLE  QUALICUM RIVER.
ALBERNI DISTRICT.
One 130-foot span Howe truss on pile piers, IS-foot roadway;
41 lineal feet of pile-trestle approach.  ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 3. T 15
result obtained was a gravelled surface, 30 feet wide, of good consistent fine gravel, which is
easy of maintenance and of good wearing quality. The above-mentioned dyke and highway
'construction completed the programme on AATest Nicomen Island.
In order to complete the entire original scheme the protection-work was proceeded with and
Section 5 was completed. This comprised the construction of the River-slope Dyke, commencing
at the connecting point with Section 4 on AA'est Nicomen Island and terminating at the Dominion
Government Dam at Gaitscullachen Slough, and the construction of the Nicomen Slough Backwater Dyke from Quaamitch Slough to the same terminal point mentioned above. In addition
to this, sundry farm roads were reconstructed, as became necessary, where the old roads were
eliminated by the dykes. The whole of the above work was on East Nicomen Island, and was
done by our own forces by day-labour and by seven power drag-line shovels on a yardage basis
on hire. A commencement was made on the final link of the entire scheme—namely, Section 6,
which is an extension of the Section 5 River-slope Dyke across the Indian Reserve Islands to
the high land of the hill known as Malcolm's Mountain, with a view to completion prior to the
1930 freshet.
NEAV WESTMINSTER DISTRICT.
Maintenance.—The usual repairs and maintenance were carried out on the River Road in
District Lot 172, this being the most important road in the district. Several of the local roads
were brushed out and new culverts installed and improved entrances made to the private
properties.
RICHMOND-POINT GREY DISTRICT.
Maintenance.—No work of unusual interest was carried out in this district during the year.
Roads throughout the riding have been kept in fair condition, and notwithstanding the very
severe frost there was little or no damage to our highways.
Bridges throughout the district have been kept in good condition in order to ensure public
safety.
The water traffic using the north Arm and passing through No. 4, Sea Island Bridge, is
increasing rapidly, with the result that motor traffic at times is considerably delayed. From
April 1st, 1929, to March 31st, 1930, the number of vessels passing through the draw-span was
4,891. This makes an average of 13.40 per day for the year. When it is considered that some
of the tugs with booms have to do considerable manoeuvring in order to get their boom under
the Howe truss, and as these vessels come sometimes three and four together, the delay to motor
traffic is at times very serious.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
E. H. ArERNER,
District Engineer.
REPORT OF ENGINEER, DISTRICT No. 3.
District Engineer's Office,
Court-house, Kamloops, B.C., November 13th, 1930.
P. Philip, Esq.,
Chief Engineer, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I beg to submit annual report for 1929-30.
KAMLOOPS DISTRICT.
Kamloops-Nieola Road.—On this road 10 miles of reconstruction were carried out. This
portion of the road was widened, new culverts placed, and 6 miles of gravelling completed.
Kamloops-Caehe Creek Road.—Twelve and a half miles of this road were reconstructed,
including the widening of Deadman's Hill. Extensive work has to be carried out on this road
before it can be described as a first-class highway. Next year it is proposed to eliminate the
present Savona Hill with a 3%-mile diversion.
Kamloops-Tranquille Road.—The 2Y2 miles of bituminous surfacing laid down on this road
under contract are proving very satisfactory. Three miles of the highway were also widened,
preparatory to bituminous surfacing next year. T 16 PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1929-30.
North Thompson Highway.—A good deal of reconstruction-work was carried out on this road
during the season; Heflley Creek Canyon was widened 8 feet for 2V2 miles ; a 4-mile diversion
was also constructed and a total of 5 miles of gravelling were completed.
Bridges.—The new Savona Bridge was completed early in the season; the concrete floor was
laid under contract and the bridge opened to traffic in July, 1929.
All smaller bridges were maintained during the year and several reconstructed.
SALMON ARM DISTRICT.
Extensive reconstruction was carried out on both the Kamloops-Salmon Arm and the
Kamloops-Vernon Roads.
Kamloops-Salmon Arm Road.—Construction of a diversion through the Goodwin property
eliminated a very bad and dangerous portion of this important highway. The survey of a
414-mile diversion was also completed through the Campbell Ranch for proposed construction
next year.    Fifteen miles of reconstruction were undertaken and also 6 miles of gravel laid down.
Kamloops-Vernon Road.—Twelve miles were reconstructed from Todd Hill, the whole
portion being widened, ditched, and new culverts placed.
North Thompson Highway.—Six and a half miles of new construction were completed and
an additional 7 miles of right-of-way cleared.
All the roads in the district were well maintained, with special attention to the settlers'
roads.
The most important work on the bridge programme was the construction of a new bridge
across the Little River at Squilax. This bridge will eliminate the Squilax Ferry and will be a
great help to the settlers on the north side of Shuswap Lake. The work was carried out by day-
labour and was 70 per cent, completed at the end of the fiscal year.
All ferries were maintained during the year and satisfactory service given.
YALE DISTRICT.
The most important works carried out in this district were the completion of the Lytton-
Spences Bridge Road, the reconstruction of the Merritt-Spences Bridge and the Ashcroft-Spences
Bridge Highways. On the Lytton-Spences Bridge Road the grading and gravelling were completed and the road opened to traffic.
Merritt-Spences Bridge Road.—Five miles were reconstructed between Canford and Dot,
with several small diversions where improvement to alignment and grade was necessary. All
fills were made 30 feet wide and the remainder of the road averaged 24 feet.
Ashcroft-Spences Bridge Road.—Reconstruction was completed from Ashcroft to Oregon
Jack Hill. A diversion at the 89-Mile Bluff was started. A new location has been made at
Oregon Jack Hill for proposed construction next year.
Roscdale-Hope Road.—Ten miles of gravelling were carried out between Rosedale and
Hope, which work was greatly appreciated both by tourists and residents.
Deroche-Agassiz Highway.—On the Deroche—Agassiz section widening of the Hammersley
Mountain was commenced.
Reconstruction-work was also carried out on the Kamloops-Merritt and the Merritt-
Princeton Roads.
Tho most important bridge-work in this district was replacing the old timber Howe-truss
bridge at Spences Bridge with a high-level concrete and steel structure. This work was carried
out very satisfactorily by day-labour.
All the bridges were carefully maintained and several of the smaller structures renewed.
General.—The principal work was permanent reconstruction on main trunk roads, necessitating a good deal of location and also the use of all the heavy road machinery available,
including a %-yd. and %-J*d. shovel, Equipment Fund providing the means to this end.
Three and a half miles of bituminous surfacing—mulch treatment—were laid down with
satisfactory results.
I wish to take this opportunity to pay tribute to the whole staff for their interest and
co-operation in all the work undertaken.    .
I also wish to thank the Department officials for their advice on all departmental matters.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
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REPORT OF ENGINEER, DISTRICT No. 4.
District Engineer's Office,
Penticton, B.C., October 21st, 1930.
P. Philip, Esq.,
Chief Engineer, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C
Sir,—I submit annual report for the fiscal year 1929-30.
NORTH OKANAGAN DISTRICT.
Five hundred and twenty-two miles of road were repaired and maintained.
Seven and a half miles of Vernon-Edgewood Road were rebuilt and gravelled. A new
location for this road was surveyed from the top of Shuswap Hill to Monashee Summit.
Nine miles of Lumby-Mabel Lake Road were reconstructed and gravelled.
A diversion 1% miles in length was made on the Vernon-Salmon Arm Road north of
Enderby, eliminating two railway crossings and two right-angle turns.
Three and a half miles of the Sugar Lake Road were rebuilt and 2% miles of new road
constructed from Okanagan Landing to Cameron Point.
Two miles of asphaltic-mulch surfacing, 18 feet in width, were done on the Long Lake Road
near A'ernon; also two small bridges were eliminated from this road, the creek diverted, and one
bridge built on a by-road.
River-bank protection-work, consisting of wire-bound boulder groynes, was carried out at
Kingfisher Creek on the Enderby-Mabel Lake Road.
Thirty-eight bridges were repaired.
SOUTH OKANAGAN DISTRICT.
Three hundred and seventy-five miles of road were repaired and maintained.
On account of mud-slides it was decided to abandon the Lake Shore Road between Summer-
land and Deep Creek, replacing it with a high-level road, which, being above irrigated lands,
would be free from mud-slides. Six and one-half miles of this new road were completed this
year and opened for traffic.
General improvements were effected on Peachland-AA'estbank Road, Kelowna-Vernon Road,
McCulloch Road, Lake Shore Road, and Penticton-Summerland Road.
Particular attention was given to the Experimental Farm slide, where a flume was built
under the road to carry away mud, which was sluiced by water pumped from the lake. This
arrangement worked very effectively and traffic was not interrupted by this slide, but a large
dry slide to the south closed the road for a few days and made necessary the use of the very poor
detour.    This dry slide was quickly removed by a large tractor and 4-yard hydraulic scraper.
A location survey was made between McCulloch and Carmi, a distance of 23 miles.
Four small bridges were reconstructed and sixteen repaired.
A considerable amount of work was clone at Mission Creek, the gravel-bed being cleaned out
by drag-line and additional wire-bound boulder-filled groynes built. Protection-work was also
carried out at Camp Creek, Naramata.
SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT.
Five hundred and eighteen miles of road were repaired and maintained; 12 miles of Prince-
ton-Keremeos Road were reconstructed; 2V2 miles of new road, known as Yellow Lake route,
between Penticton and Keremeos, were constructed; a 1-mile section on the Penticton-Oliver
Road north of Kaleden was rebuilt on new and better alignment; 3 miles of road to Tulameen
coal-mines were rebuilt and 1 mile of new road to Pleasant Aralley coal-mines constructed; 2
miles of AArhite Lake Road were reconstructed.
Concrete sidewalks were laid at Princeton and Keremeos, property-owners bearing a portion
of the cost.
Ashnola Bridge was completed and two new trestle bridges built—one at Yellow Creek, 130
feet long and 60 feet high, and one at Brewery Hill, 56 feet long and 25 feet high. Bridges were
reconstructed at Bear Creek, 60-foot king truss; Otter Creek, 95-foot trestle; Okanagan River-
Penticton, 111-foot trestle; and twenty minor stringer bridges elsewhere. Thirty-six bridges
were repaired. T 18 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1929-30.
GRAND FORKS-GREENAVOOD DISTRICT.
Five hundred and forty-six miles were repaired and maintained.
Construction work consisted principally of widening and improving alignment at various
points on Bridesville-Santa Rosa Summit Road, Christina Lake East Road, and Franklin Camp
Road.
Considerable work was also carried out under the " Mines Development Act," improving
trails to mining prospects and building roads to producing properties.
New bridges were constructed across Kettle River at First Street, Grand Forks, consisting
of two 110-foot Howe-truss spans, and at Kettle Valley, consisting of two 100-foot Howe-truss
spans. A trestle 270 feet long and 65 feet high was built across a gulch on Rock Creek-Carmi
Road.    Fifty-two bridges were repaired.
Throughout the district all main roads have been supplied with signs according to Department standard. Careful attention has been given to banking of curves, drainage, and erection of
guard-fencing where necessary.
All new main roads have a minimum width of 18 feet.
Seven miles of roads were treated with light road-oil, which appears to partially prevent
wash-boarding, our greatest maintenance trouble.
All main roads were kept free from snow throughout the winter.
The advice and kind consideration of yourself and officials of Headquarters staff have been
greatly appreciated during the past year. I take this opportunity of expressing my acknowledgment of the splendid service given by the whole of the staff throughout this engineering district.
Respectfully submitted.
G. C. Mackay,
District Engineer.
REPORT OF ENGINEER, DISTRICT No. 5.
District Engineer's Office,
Court-house, Nelson, B.C., July 26th, 1930.
P. Philip, Esq.,
Chief Engineer, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I beg to submit the following report covering the work carried out in District No. 5
during 1929-30 :—
NELSON ELECTORAL DISTRICT.
Maintenance-work covered approximately 9 miles of roads and streets. Considerable renewals and repairs were made on sidewalks outside the Nelson City limits.
In the South Nelson area particular attention was given to providing better drainage, and
arrangements were made to co-operate with the city authorities in sharing the cost of providing
a main surface-water pipe to connect to the city storm-sewer system.
Roads leading to the C.N.R. station and to outlying sections of the electoral district were
kept clear of snow during winter, and motor-vehicles travelled without serious interruption.
ROSSLAND-TRAIL ELECTORAL DISTRICT.
General repairs, grading, ditching, and placing culverts were carried out on' 90.5 miles of
roads.
Highway Loan appropriations permitted gravelling sections of the Rossland-Cascade Road
and reconstructing, widening, and surfacing portions of the Castlegar-Trail Road.
The greatest improvement in this electoral district was the paving of 2.2 miles of the Trail-
Rossland Road with asphaltic concrete laid between two concrete strips.
' Fifty-one miles of road were ploughed and automobile traffic used most of this mileage,
practically all through the winter months.
CRESTON ELECTORAL DISTRICT.
Three hundred and ninety miles of road and 18 miles of trails were maintained. The Mines
Department assisted on an additional 27 miles of road and 52 miles of trail. ■>- X •"%• .JW^Pb
KASLO-SLOCAN   DISTRICT.      SPEEDER-SHOVEL   EXCAVATING   RED   BLUFF,   SILVERTON,   1929-30.
KASLO-SLOCAN  DISTRICT.      SNOW-REMOVAL,  1929-30.  ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 5. T 19
Reconstruction, widening, and gravelling operations under Highway Loan were carried out
on thirteen main highways and approximately 4S miles were improved.
AVhile much remains to be done, there is a very material improvement during the past three
or four years in the condition of the main highways leading out of Nelson. This refers particularly to the highway between Nelson and Trail.
In spite of the heavy snowfall during the early winter months, through the use of blade-
ploughs and tractors we were able to keep open 249 miles of road for motor traffic.
KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT.
The usual maintenance-work was taken care of on about 390 miles of road and 340 miles of
trail, while the Mines Department assisted on 65 miles of road and 150 miles of trail.
The most important construction work in the district was the completion of a diversion on
the Slocan City-Silverton Road between Silverton and 8-Mile Creek, a distance of about 4.7
miles. Grades of 24 per cent, on the existing road were replaced by 7.5-per-cent. grades on the
diversion.
The Box Lake-Rosebery Road was continued 4 miles, leaving 9 miles still to complete to
make the connection through from Nakusp to Slocan Lake.
Construction was commenced on the Deer Park-Syringa Road and approximately 3 miles
were constructed.
The road from New Denver to Sandon was greatly improved, and a diversion constructed at
Three Forks, doing away with the necessity of using the dangerous road over the C.P.R. track
at Parapet.
Roads in other parts of the district were widened and the curvature improved in many
places.
During the winter months 184 miles of road were kept open by blade-ploughs and tractors.
This work proved a great boon to the public, particularly where ice-bound lakes tied up the
C.P.R. boats, our roads forming the only means of transportation.
REVELSTOKE ELECTORAL DISTRICT.
Two hundred and nineteen miles of road and about 100 miles of trail were maintained, while
additional assistance was also given by the Mines Department on over 100 miles of roads and
trails.
Highway Loan operations included the extension of the Big Bend Road to 1-Mile Creek,
reconstruction and widening of the Revelstoke AArest Road, particularly from Three Valley Lake
to Taft, and similar work on the Revelstoke-Arrowhead Road south of Gold Creek.
In addition to the foregoing, a mining-road up Silver Creek and several settlers' roads
were constructed.
One hundred and fifty miles of road were snow-ploughed, but it was found, owing to exceptional conditions, impossible to keep portions open throughout the winter.
BRIDGES.
The principal timber bridges constructed or reconstructed were as follows: One 110-foot and
one 120-foot Howe-truss spans ; one 80-85-foot Howe-truss span; one 68-72-foot king-truss span ;
one 50-foot king-truss span;   one 40-45-foot king-truss span:   624-foot standard pile trestle.
Kaslo-Slocan District.—One 130-foot Howe-truss span; one 150-foot Howe-truss span; two
60-foot king-truss spans;   one 68-72-foot king-truss span;   and one 40-foot.
Revelstoke District.—One 130-foot Howe-truss span with pile-trestle approaches; one 120-
foot Howe-truss span on concrete pedestals.
Two hundred and fifteen bridges were repaired and 500 feet of bridges were replaced by
culvert and fill.
FERRIES.
All ferries gave satisfactory service. A new barge was placed in operation on the Kootenay
River below Creston.
The following ferry statistics are interesting, demonstrating the increased traffic over our
highways in recent years ;—
Nelson Ferry.—Autos and trucks carried: Calendar year 1920, 5,886; calendar year 1929,
60,249. T 20 PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1929-30.
Castlegar Ferry.—Autos and trucks carried: Calendar year 1920, 1,527; calendar year 1929,
46,551.
Heaviest single day's traffic at Nelson, 591 vehicles; heaviest single day's traffic at
Castlegar, 530 vehicles.
GENERAL.
During the year I have had loyal co-operation from all assistants and employees, who have
done their best to obtain results for money expended and to render efficient service to the
travelling public. .
I wish to thank all Department officials, including the Bridge Engineer, Bridge Superintendent, and Mechanical Superintendent, all of whom have shown a desire to help in every
possible way.
Respectfully submitted.
AA'm. Ramsay,
District Engineer.
REPORT OF ENGINEER, DISTRICT No. 6.
District Engineer's Office,
Cranbrook, B.C., October 21st, 1930.
P. Philip, Esq.,
Chief Engineer, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I have the honour to submit my report for the fiscal year ended March 31st, 1930.
Roads.—Due to the heavy increase in automobile traffic on all our main trunk thoroughfares,
a great deal of consideration and attention had to be given to maintenance-work, and while
excellent results were obtained in all sections of the district, the prolonged period of exceptional
dry weather during the summer and fall months proved a serious handicap.
High-water conditions were normal, with little or no damage to bridges, protection-work, etc.
Labour proved plentiful and the standard of workmanship was good.
Roads maintained in the district during the year totalled 1,346 miles. New construction
amounted to 20.93 miles and 17.07 miles were reconstructed.
Trans-Provincial Higlnvay.—Prom Goatfell to the Alberta boundary this highway was
subject to a marked improvement at many points along its entire route, ranging from costly
diversions to the more modest expenditures usually required for widening or regrading the
existing roadway. From the Cranbrook District boundary near Goatfell to Yahk the highway
was resurfaced with gravel where necessary. An extensive diversion, \y2 miles in length, was
commenced and practically completed at Ryan, which will be a vast improvement over the
existing alignment and grade as well as eliminating an extremely dangerous level railway
crossing. A new 130-foot timber Howe-truss span on pile piers over the Moyie River formed
a part of this scheme.
The dangerous hill at Irishman Creek was eliminated by a diversion just over a mile in
length. Heavy rock-work on this project, and its proximity to the railway, retarded progress
to some extent, but the work was satisfactorily carried out without mishap, reflecting credit on
those directly in charge.
A new 90-foot Howe-truss span was constructed over the Moyie River at Swansea, 12 miles
west of Cranbrook, and much improvement to the existing road alignment was effected in this
vicinity, necessitating construction of a new standard pile trestle at Palmer Bar.
There were no major road projects carried out between Cranbrook and Fernie. A new
60-foot king span on concrete foundations was constructed over Sand Creek near Jaffray. The
old Great Northern grade between Elko and Fernie, which now forms part of the main highway,
was widened out and gravelled where required.
East of Fernie the alignment was much improved, four very sharp curves eliminated at
Hosmer, and the old bridge at Hosmer Creek was replaced by a large culvert and fill. In order
to alleviate unemployment, an important diversion at Crowsnest, % mile in length, involving
heavy rock construction, was carried out during the winter.
Cranbrook-Kimbcrley Road.—This road was maintained continuously throughout the season,
and a new 60-foot span on concrete foundations was constructed over Mark Creek at Marysville.
A similar span was erected over Mark Creek near Kimberley. PHILLIPS   CANYON   BRIDGE  OVER  ELK  RIVER,   FERNIE  DISTRICT.
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Kootenay-Columbia Highway.—Between Cranbrook and Golden this road was subject to
much improvement by widening, straightening, and surfacing. At Mud Creek, near Canal Flats,
2 miles of reconstruction were carried out.
The Golden-Big Bend Road between Golden ad Moberly was extended for 1% miles, exceptionally fine work being done.
The road from Golden to Xoho Park was improved by widening some of the narrow sections,
but much more work of this nature remains to be carried out.
The Wilmer-Pontoon Road between Kootenay-Columbia Highway and the Columbia River
were reconstructed, providing much improved grade and alignment.
A new standard pile trestle was constructed over the Columbia River at Athalmere and the
hill leading to the main road was reconstructed on a 7-per-eent. grade.
One and a half miles of new road were surfaced with gravel on the AArest Side road between
Invermere and the highway at Dutch Creek.
The Bull River Road was widened out for 3% miles and gravel placed on short sections
covering 1% miles.    A new Howe-truss span bridge was constructed across the Bull River.
The Maginty Road was extended a distance of 1 mile and the remaining 7 miles located.
A much needed % mile diversion was carried out near AAraldo on the main road to Gateway.
On the Elko-Roosville Road a 2-mile diversion which eliminated much narrow winding road
and bad hills was satisfactorily undertaken.
The grading of the Corbin Road was completed and gravel surfacing carried out where
required.    An under-crossing of the C.P.R. at McGillivray was established on this road.
A new road (3 miles) was constructed from near AVest Fernie to the Consolidated Mining
& Smelting Company's phosphate claim on Lizard Creek.
The Elk Valley Road was improved at several points and a new CO-foot timber span was
constructed over Wilson Creek.    At Mile 30, Round Prairie, a two-span structure was erected.
AVhere required, continued assistance has been provided for mining-roads throughout the
district, the work being principally of a maintenance nature.
In order to provide better surfacing material, an up-to-date rock-erushing plant, consisting
of a 12 by 24 Cedar Rapids crasher and 40-horse-power Diesel engine, was installed on the Eager
Hills-Fort Steele Road, 7 miles from Cranbrook. Gravel was crushed at this plant for resurfacing adjacent roads and much material during the winter months was placed in stock piles
for future use.
Repairs were made where required to all the important bridges in the district and many
minor structures were replaced with culverts and fill.
New equipment consisting of power-graders, tractors, trucks, and shovels were provided the
district early in the season, all of which have proved of great assistance in carrying out the
programme outlined above.
Snow-removal from main highways received the prompt attention of the Department's
officials, all the more important roads being kept open during the winter.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
Arthur Dixon,
District Engineer.
REPORT OF ENGINEER, DISTRICT No. 7.
District Engineer's Office,
Prince Rupert, B.C., November 15th, 1930.
P. Philip. Esq.,
Chief Engineer, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—Herewith is my annual report for the year 1929-30.
Among some of the more important work carried on was the extension and raising of the
breakwater on the Bear River to protect the town of Stewart, at a cost of about $10,000. The
construction of the road across the lava-beds on the Nass River gave the settlers of the district
an outlet to a boat-landing, enabling them to market their produce at the canneries at the mouth
of the river. This work was very much appreciated by settlers, who have been practically cut
off from the outside at certain times of the year for over twenty years. T 22 PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1929-30.
A survey was made to determine the cost and feasibility of a road extending from American
Creek over the Bear River Summit, a total distance of 14 miles.
Considerable work was carried out under the " Mines Development Act."
AVhat I consider one of the most important projects undertaken during the season was an
aerial survey to determine the feasibility of a route from Prince Rupert east, other than following
the Skeena River. A series of photographs taken conclusively proved that the reports of a
hidden pass were a. fallacy. The next step in this direction was to make a reconnaissance
survey to find out the best possible route to a point on the Skeena River as far as it was possible
to go east without interference with the railway, the object being to find a ferry crossing. This
project is still under investigation.
The principal works carried out were the extension of the Tow Hill-Masset Road, improvements to the Queen Charlotte City-Tlell Road, and the widening of the Tlell-Port Clements Road.
In Queen Charlotte Islands, and on the Kaien Island, the greatest difficulty experienced is
the lack of road material, which increases the cost of construction very considerably. On Queen
Charlotte Islands there are approximately 25 miles of plank road, found the cheapest to construct,
with a probable life of ten years.
The following are some of the projects undertaken :—
Prince Rupert Highway.—The Beament Diversion was gravelled and opened and great
satisfaction was expressed by the general public.
About Sy2 miles of road between Skeena Crossing and Andimaul had to be gone over and
slides cleared out. One mile of new road was constructed at Andimaul and 3% miles stumped
and made ready to grade.
From Usk to Terrace, 3% miles of right-of-way were slashed, 7 miles stumped, and 6.8 miles
were graded.
The approaches to Copper River Suspension Bridge were filled.
Due to a very wet season we were unfortunate in not having the road open for traffic to
Usk as we had hoped to.
Survey for this highway from Remo to Prince Rupert was started and 22 miles located west
of Remo.
Considerable work was done between Smithers and Hazelton in widening, gravelling, and
improving.    Several very dangerous curves were eliminated.
The seven ferries in the district were maintained and operated throughout the year.
A new 5-ton ferry was built at Cedarvale and is giving general satisfaction.
About fifty bridges were maintained, repaired, and constructed.
Three hundred and ninety-six miles of road were graded and maintained.
One hundred and fifty-four miles of trails were repaired and maintained.
The Nine-mile Mountain Road to the Silver Cup Aline was greatly improved, widened,
ditched, and gravelled.
The main roads were kept open during the winter and general satisfaction was expressed
by the public.
All of which is respectfully submittted.
AA'. K. Gwy'F.r,
District Engineer.
REPORT OF ENGINEER, DISTRICT No. 8.
Prince George, B.C., October 24th, 1930.
P. Philip, Esq.,
Chief Engineer, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—On taking over Engineering District No. 8 in October, 1929, I found the season's work
practically completed, and there remained for me to cover as much territory as possible with
a threefold object in view—inspecting the work that had been done since April 1st, 1929, acquiring knowledge of the district generally and the people in it, and getting first-hand information
as far as possible for the preparation of next year's estimates, and for the purpose of presenting
a systematic road scheme for the engineering district as a whole.
Of the major projects under way, I might mention first the Prince George-Yellowhead
Highway, in which grading was carried out between Giscome and Aleza Lake.    Several contracts NEW  BRIDGE OVER COLUMBIA RIVER AT ATHALMER,  COLUMBIA DISTRICT.     ELEVEN  BAYS  OF 18-FOOT
WIDE TRESTLE BRIDGE ON CURVE, REPLACING OLD SWING-SPAN.
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Ten spans of 10 feet;  one span of 23 feet;   roadway, 14 feet 8 inches wide.
,  for clearing and grubbing were let between Aleza Lake and Longworth. Various bridges and
culverts were also built in connection with this work:
On the Cariboo Highway between AAroodpecker and Prince George improvements were made
in the way of straightening out the road with a cut and fill and widening and gravelling. On
the road between Prince George and Summit Lake widening was done in places and a gas-shovel
and some sections gravelled.
Between Summit Lake and Davie Lake a preliminary survey was made for a highway, in
consideration of the great difficulty often experienced in the low water of the Crooked River
in trying to take reasonable boat loads of freight on this particular part of the course. The
highway would enable the freight to be carried in trucks to Davie Lake and from there the
navigation is comparatively good.
On the Prince George-Hazelton Road improvements of grading and alignment were made
in various places, the gas-shovel being employed to widen the grade. The Mud River Road was
also widened in this way.
From Aranderhoof to Fort Fraser a new route on excellent alignment of much shorter mileage
than the old one was surveyed and considerable portions of new road built.
Arrangements were made for an overhead crossing over the Canadian National Railway
at Engen.
The Fort Fraser-Stella Road was commenced on the north side of Fraser Lake. Considerable
widening and ditching was done in the vicinity of Endako, Burns Lake, and Houston.
In conjunction with the mining company, a new road was built from Houston to Owen Lake
Mines.
On the Forestdale Road widening was done with a gas-shovel. Improvements in the shape
of widening and gravelling were carried out on the Burns Lake-Francois Lake Road and also on
the Francois Lake-Ootsa Lake Road.
AArork was done on the Colleymount Road along the north shore of Francois Lake and on the
Ootsa Lake East Road.    A new bridge was put in at Nadina.
Considerable construction was done on the Taltapin Road and the Topley-Babine Road.
On the Vanderhoof-Fort St. James Road widening, grading, and ditching were done, with
some gravelling, and a number of diversions were laid out to be built later.
The Fort St. James-Manson Creek Road was commenced and considerable work was done
under contract in clearing and grubbing. On completion, this road will bring the Northern
Interior mining areas in touch with British Columbia's road system. Fort St. James is an old
historical point and history is still in the making about its doors.
At Mount Robson Park some road-work was done in conjunction with the Canadian National
Railways and the B.C. Lands Department in giving better access to Berg Lake from the railway-
station of Emperor. Berg Lake is where the Alpine climbers wait and watch their chance to
conquer Mount Robson, the highest peak in the Canadian Rockies.
In the Peace River country an endeavour was made to keep pace with the great road-making
demands of the incoming settlers. To the credit of a great many people who took up land in the
Peace River, they cut out their own roads from the end of existing roads, or in some cases made
branch roads sufficient to get in their household effects and farming implements. Then they
built their homes, cultivated the land, and got their first crop. Now the problem is this: they
cannot remain if they do not market at least a certain amount of this crop, and they must have
better roads to haul the crop out over than they had to get their settlers' effects in. Unlike the
settlers in so many valleys of the rest of British Columbia, they have no railway or waterway
to fall back on. From this it is easily seen why we are pressed for a large road programme.
There are some 10,000 people now in the Peace River area. AVe have there about 1,500 miles
of road, and if we open up all the road allowances asked for we would have 5,000 miles of road
in the Peace River area, nearly one-quarter of the road mileage of British Columbia. It is
estimated that about 1,000,000 bushels of grain of all sorts were hauled out over our snow-
ploughed roads last winter.
In the engineering district generally labouring conditions were quite normal until about the
fall of 1929, when depression began to be felt in the poor prospects for winter work in lumbering,
tie-making, and other industries, and from that time to the end of the fiscal year in March, 1930,
and of course since, we have been sorely pressed to give work and to undertake relief projects.
The wage schedule remained as formerly. Very exceptional wet weather conditions prevailed throughout the summer of 1929 and
greatly interfered with road-building. The snowfall of 192C-30 was comparatively light in the
southern part of the engineering district and this is reflected in the low average cost of snow-
ploughing. In the Fort George District, exclusive of the Peace River section, 564 miles were
ploughed at an average cost of $1.83 per mile, and in the Omineca District 1,065 miles at an
average cost of $1.29 per mile. In the Peace River and northern parts of the district the snowfall
was somewhat heavier than usual.
I would like to take this opportunity of especially bringing to your notice the great assistance
and consideration given to me, a newcomer, by the whole staff working with me in this engineering district. All have given their loyal support and have done their best, very often under
extremely trying conditions in this northern district, which is still very much in the pioneer
stage as compared with parts of British Columbia.
Please also accept my appreciation and thanks for the ever-ready help of yourself and staff.
Respectfully submitted.
J. C. Brady,
District Engineer.
REPORT OF ENGINEER, DISTRICT No. 9.
District Engineer's Office,
AVilliams Lake, B.C., November 4th, 1930.
P. Philip, Esq.,
Chief Engineer, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I beg to submit the following report of work carried out during the fiscal year ended
March 31st, 1930:—
CARIBOO DISTRICT.
The usual maintenance was carried out over the whole district, particular attention being
paid to drainage, practically all the old log culverts on the main Cariboo Road having been
renewed with metal ones, and a number of small structures replaced with culverts and fills.
Old crib retaining-walls were torn out and fills made.
Approximately 45 miles of entirely new roads were constructed and an additional 52 miles
were improved by minor diversions to meet modern traffic conditions. Fifty miles of both old
and new roads were gravelled in continuation of the programme started last year.
The snow-removal policy commenced in 1928 was carried on and extended to provide
practically continuous travel on our main and lateral roads. Besides being a great convenience
to the travelling public, this policy resulted in the roads drying out sooner, thus cutting the cost
of the usual spring maintenance.
No large bridges were built during the year, but numerous small structures were renewed
with standard-type structures or filled.
All ferries were kept in good repair. Log anchorages were replaced with concrete, and cages
were installed on two ferries to take care of winter travel.
Under the " Alines Development Act," 26 miles of new trails were built and 84 miles
maintained.
Owing to the transfer of the headquarters for South Cariboo from the 150-Mile House to
AVilliams Lake, a new yard had to be provided consisting of a workshop 60 by 40 and 300 feet of
standard equipment-sheds.
LILLOOET DISTRICT.
General maintenance was commenced earlier than usual in the northern part of the district,
due to the snow-removal policy. This resulted in a considerable saving of spring work, leaving
more money for maintenance during the period of heavy traffic, resulting in better roads. In the
southern portion many of the main roads were widened to a 24-foot standard, well ditched, and
old log culverts renewed with metal ones.
In the whole district 55 miles of roads were improved to a safe width. Twelve miles of new
construction were completed and approximately 30 miles of gravelling done. Forty miles of
new road were surveyed and located.   REPORT OF CHIEF ARCHITECT. T 25
The only outstanding bridge was a 177-foot suspension span on concrete piers (using
creosoted timber for the towers) across the Cheakamus River, giving access to Garibaldi Park.
Many small bridges were renewed with standard structures or filled; 9,000 cubic yards of
material were used in two such fills at Squamish.
Twelve miles of new trails were constructed and many miles of trails maintained under
the " Mines Development Act."
A new 5-ton ferry was built to replace the old one at Big Bar and the balance were maintained in the usual manner.
NORTH VANCOUVER.
The usual maintenance was carried out and considerable gravelling done on Bowen Island.
The classified highways were maintained in good condition and the construction of 5 miles of
bituminous pavement with 18-inch concrete shoulders was completed on the Marine Drive in
the Municipality of AVest Arancouver.
A new steel bridge was built on concrete piers and abutments to replace the old concrete
structure across the Capilano River on the Marine Drive. The main span was 250 feet in length,
with two 30-foot approach spans, and the whole structure floored with concrete. The site is
slightly down-stream from the old one and the channel has been straightened and deepened,
giving a much better run off.
I wish again to acknowledge the loyal support and excellent service of both the indoor and
outdoor officials and the co-operation and assistance given me by you and your staff at Victoria.
Respectfully submitted.
H. L. Hayne,
District Engineer.
REPORT OF CHIEF ARCHITECT.
A7ictoria, B.C., November 14th, 1930.
P. Philip, Esq.,
Chief Engineer, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I beg to submit my report for the fiscal year ended March 31st, 1930.
Mental Hospital, Essondale.—In addition to the work now under construction at this
institution—namely, the Female Chronic Building and addition to Power-house—the Nurses'
Home, Apartment Block, and addition to the Farm Cottage were completed during the year.
Excellent results were obtained on the work in general at this institution.
The Government gave me the privilege, along with Dr. Crease, to visit various institutions
in Canada and United States, with a view to obtaining the latest ideas for the new" Veterans'
Unit and Administration Building, contemplated on account of the saving effected on the Female
Chronic Building.
I was able to obtain very valuable data on this tour and plans were prepared and contracts
awarded for this unit.
Remodelling of the cow-barns at Colony Farm was also carried out during the year and we
now have thoroughly up-to-date buildings at this farm.
Saanich Mental Hospital.—The contract for the new Staff Residence at this institution was
awarded and the building completed. This gives the staff more suitable quarters and gives us
additional accommodation in the main building at a very cheap rate per bed.
A new copper roof was also added to the main building to replace the galvanized roof that
had outworn its usefulness.    Sundry repairs were also carried out.
New Westminster Mental Hospital.—Besides the general maintenance and repairs to this
building, a new Power-house was started wherein powdered fuel will be used as a medium
of heating.
Tranquille Sanatorium.—Additional rooms to the new Male Staff Residence were added,
garages built for the medical staff, and several minor improvements made at the farm.
The buildings generally were repainted externally and many repairs made to place these
buildings in good condition. T 26 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1929-30.
Provincial Home, Kamloops.—Considerable repairs and redecoration were effected to this
building, which have greatly improved its appearance. A suitable fence was erected along the
road boundary.
Boys' Industrial School.—Additions were carried out to the Administration Building,
chicken-houses erected by inmate labour, and the buildings generally maintained and decorated.
Schools.—The Branch carried out the following rural and public schools throughout the
Province and provided various School Boards with plans and specifications of our standard
schools. AVe also checked plans and made suggestions to outside architects who submitted, for
criticism, their drawings of schools, to which the Government gave grants: Port Alberni High
School, AArilliams Lake School, Hilliers School, Happy Valley School Addition, North Saanich
School Addition, Comox High School, Boston Bar School, Heating Plant to Tsolum School and
Athalmer School, laboratory equipment at Courtenay School, and remodelling and alterations
to Normal School, Vancouver.
Hospitals.—Advice and assistance were given to various 'Hospital Boards who were contemplating erection or additions to existing public hospitals. AAre also checked any plans
submitted by outside architects, to which buildings the Government gave grants.
Residence.—A residence for the District Engineer at Williams Lake was erected and also
one for the chauffeur at Government House.
Lockups.—The following standard lockups were erected during this period and many repairs
and alterations carried out to existing buildings : Hope Lockup Addition ; North Bend Lockup
Addition ;   Constable's Residence, Princeton.
Salmon Arm and Princeton Court-houses.—Plans were prepared and contract entered into
for the new Court-houses at Salmon Arm and Princeton. A new hot-water heating system to
Duncan Court-house was installed.
Repairs to Public Buildings.—The usual repairs to Government Buildings in Arictoria and
other points have been carried out and many improvements effected. Our buildings are now
showing the results of systematic maintenance by their improved appearance, externally and
internally.
I am pleased to know that henceforth this Branch will take care of all furnishings and
office equipment, and that the tradesmen staff at the various institutions will be Public AA'orks
officials and work under our jurisdiction. I am sure that thereby economies will be made and
great improvements accomplished in the Public Service.
In conclusion, I wish to thank the various officials of the Department who have co-operated
with the Branch, for the courtesy and assistance rendered to us in the carrying-out of our work.
I wish also to add my thanks and praise to the loyal support given and the excellent work
carried out by the staff of this Branch and the associated tradesmen. It has been indeed a
pleasure at all times to work along with them.
I wish also to express appreciation to the Inspector of Electrical Energy, who has rendered
very valuable service in the preparation of the electrical drawings and in the supervision of
this class of work on all our new buildings.
Attached hereto are photographs of the Nurses' Home at Essondale to illustrate part of the
work completed during this period.
All of which is respectfully submittted.
Hy. AVhittaker,
Chief Architect.
REPORT OF BRIDGE ENGINEER.
Victoria, B.C., December 1st, 1930.
P. Philip, Esq.,
Chief Engineer, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—The volume of traffic and the gross weight and speed of trucks operating over the
bridges of the Province showed a marked increase over that of any previous year. Many of the
older structures were unable to stand up to the heavier loads and had to be reinforced or
renewed. Frequent inspections were necessary, as failure sometimes develops suddenly in
structures that are stressed beyond their capacity. Traffic such as prevailed in 1929 was not
anticipated fifteen years ago. SQUILAX  BRIDGE OVER   SOUTH   THOMPSON   RIVER.
One 1 SO-foot creosoted timber span ;   one 48-foot steel girder lift-span ;   305 lineal feet of trestle
approach;   main span  on concrete piers;   10-foot roadway.
CAPILAN0 RIVER BRIDGE,  MARINE DRIVE,  WEST VANCOUVER.
One 250-foot steel span ;   20-foot concrete roadway ;   two '5-foot concrete sidewalks.  REPORT OF BRIDGE ENGINEER. T 27
During the years 1908 to 1914 a great number of new bridges were built all over the
Province. These have proved to be quite inadequate for modern traffic and are being gradually
replaced from year to year. During 1929 a large number of renewals were carried out, reducing
the number of structures of the older type to a comparatively small per cent, of the whole.
Quite a large expenditure, however, is still necessary to complete this programme.
For a number of years it has been the policy to replace bridges over the main rivers and on
the main roads with permanent structures. In 1929 two such structures were built—namely,
Spences Bridge over the Thompson River at Spences Bridge and the Capilano Bridge, in conjunction with the Municipality of AA'est Arancouver, on Marine Drive, AA'est Arancouver. Both
these structures are built of concrete and steel throughout, including concrete roadways and
sidewalks. A steady adherence to this policy will ultimately place all the major bridges in the
permanent class, reducing maintenance and renewal costs and providing better facilities for
traffic.
The supply of structural timber in long lengths and selected grades is becoming less abundant and more expensive. To meet this situation as it develops it has been decided to continue
the preservative treatment of the larger timber spans. It has been found that not only can
timber be made to last at least twice as long, but the designs can be simplified, lower grades of
timber used, and span lengths increased. Two very desirable ends will be promoted thereby—
namely, the application of timber to construction-work will be largely expanded and its useful
life much prolonged. It is worthy of note here that engineers all over America have become
very interested in what British Columbia is doing in this regard.
AAreather conditions throughout the year were generally favourable for work. No really
damaging floods occurred in any part of the Province. The ice conditions during the winter of
1929-30, however, were quite severe. The ice-jams on the Thompson River were the worst
recorded by the Dominion AVater Rights Department since records have been kept. Unfor-
unately a bad jam occurred at Spences Bridge, doing a lot of damage to the work there and
causing great delay to the whole project.
Material costs for construction were generally high, as also the cost of equipment. Towards
the end of the fiscal year there were considerable reductions, but they came too late to affect the
cost of the work materially.
It can be said that the cost of bridge-work during the year was. comparatively high, but the
quality of the materials used, the workmanship applied, and the results obtained were relatively
better than in previous years. In other words, there has been improvement all along the line,
offsetting, at least in part, the higher cost.
This improvement has been brought about by the commendable efforts of the staff in both
office and field.
Respectfully submitted.
A. L. Carruthers,
Bridge Engineer. T 28
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PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1929-30.
STATEMENT SHOWING BITUMINOUS SURFACING UNDERTAKEN
During the Period 1924 to 1930.
Flush-coat.
Mulch
(Miles).
Total
(Miles).
Year.
New Work
(Miles).
Resurfacing
(Miles).
1024     	
16.0
17.0
48.5
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f    41.7
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j   58.6
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98.5
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94.3
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85.9
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10.0
24.0
57.5
128.5
18.0*
137.0
17.0*
138.0
42.2*
145.0
37.5*
1925 	
1926 .             	
1927	
8.0
2.0
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31. <5*
1928	
1929    	
1930	
Totals	
f 291.8
{   37.6*
349.7
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4.5
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646.0
114.7*
760.7
Note.—Figures for Mainland marked thus *.
Total miles—
Flush-coat    329.4
Resurfaced  373.1
Mulch       58.2
In addition, approximately 80 miles of road were treated with light oil   (dust-layer)   during the year
1030.   STATEMENT OF ROCK AND GRAVEL.
T 33
STATEMENT OF ROCK AND GRAVEL USED DURING
THE CALENDAR YEAR 1929.
(Note.—Prices quoted are per cubic yard.)
Electoral District.
Rock.
Cu. Yds. Purpose.
Gravel.
Cu. Yds. Purpose.
Remarks.
Alberni..
Atlin	
Burnaby..
Cariboo..
Chilliwack..
Columbia....
Comox	
Cowichan-Newcastle..
Cranbrook	
Creston..
Delta	
Dewdney....
Esquimalt-
Fernie	
Fort George	
Grand Forks-Greenwood
Islands	
1,503
1,051
260
2,420
100
9,800
Kamloops	
Kaslo-Slocan
Lillooet	
Mackenzie..
2,397
1,462
208
Construction..
Construction....
($1.95 yd. from
Dept, quarry)
Construction....
(from  Dept.
plant at 62c.)
Maintenance	
($1.80   yd.   on
truck at pit)
Maintenance	
($1.60 yd.from
Gilley Bros.)
Construction	
(average   cost
$1.85)
Construction..
Maintenance..
(510 yds. at
7c.)
Maintenance..
10,491
14,567
39,929
1,412
4,914
9,415
8,220
11,210
18,7.93
15,099
913
6,189
4,700
8,493
19,555
4,330
22,400
385
41,950
10,561
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3,000
11,140
2,000
15,080
2,320
3,200
2,800
1,193
12,169
5,853
14,746
23,934
15,514
12,624
3,505
3,253
Construction..
Maintenance..
Censtruetion..
Maintenance..
Constriiction..
Maintenance..
Construction..
Maintenance..
Construction..
Maintenance..
Construction..
Maintenance..
Construction..
Maintenance..
Construction..
Maintenance..
Construction..
Maintenance..
Construction..
| Maintenance..
| Construction-
Main tenance..
Construction..
Maintenanee..
Construction..
Maintenance..
Construction..
Maintenance-
Construction..
Maintenance..
Construction..
Maintenance..
Maintenance..
Construction..
Maintenance..
Construction..
Maintenance..
Approximately 3,200 cu. yds.
at 10c.; local gravel-pits.
No returns available.
Classified highways hard- /
surfaced.
Roadside pits; 51c. hand-
loaded, 15c. drag-line.
Gravel-bunker, roadside pits.
1,876 yds. at 10c. from local
pits.
At 45c. loaded by hand.
From Government pits.
Approximately 2,400 cu. yds.
gravel from local pits at
10c.
From local pits at 10c.
From local pits at 10c.
3,860   yds.   gravel   at   10c.
from local pits.
At   16c.   by   mechanical
loader.
From local pits at 10c.
1,750 yds.  gravel  from  local
pits at 12 %c.
From local pits at 10c.
4,000   yds.   gravel   at   75c.
f.o.b. scow from Producers'
Gravel Co.
From pit-owners at 10c.
$1.40   per    (pit-run) ;   $1.90
(screened).
Approximately  400  cu.   yds.
at 10c. from roadside pits.
From roadside pits.
348 yds. gravel at 15c. from
Saanich Municipality ; 845
yds. gravel at $1.50 from
Producers' Gravel Co.
1,018 yds. gravel at 15c.
from Saanich Municipality ; 1,254 yds. gravel
at 15c.
At 5c at roadside pits.
1,931 yds at 10c. from local
pits.
101 yds. at $3.50 from
P.G.E. Rly. Co. gravel-
pits.
At 63c. on truck at roadside
pits.
At 50c. per load at roadside
pit. T 34
PURLIC WORKS REPORT, 1929-30.
STATEMENT OF ROCK AND GRAVEL USED DURING THE CALENDAR YEAR 1929-
Gontinued.
(Note.—Prices quoted are per cubic yard.)
Rock.
Gravel.
Electoral District.
Remarks.
Cu. Yds.
Purpose.
Cu. Yds.
Purpose.
3,420
From local pits at 10c.
30
At $1.70 at pit (loaded).
At 10c. at roadside pits.
f   34,198
11,843
Construction	
{      3,420
f         935
Maintenance	
North Vancouver	
Construction....
935 yds. gravel at $3.50
from Ellis-Cotton, Ltd.
($2 per yd.,
{         882
Maintenance	
Ellis-Cotton
contract)
\     5,964
[      1,500
{      3,495
(      1,800
From roadside pits.
3,195 yds. at $1.75 from
Ketchum     bunker,     Denis
Maintenance	
Arm.
f   12,000
1   23,096
Maintenance	
pits.
Richmond-Point Grey	
f   4,072
Construction	
360
Construction-
Rock : 3,795 yds. at $2 from
{      552
Maintenance
168
Maintenance
Gilley Bros,   (f.o.b scow) ;
■'   489 yds. at $2.75 (average)
from   McCleery   &   Weston
(f.o.b. road and bunkers) ;
340   yds.   from   Barratt   &
Co., Ltd.  (f.o.b. road).
Gravel :    200   yds.   at   $1.25
from   Gilley   Bros,    (f.o.b.
scow) ;   168   yds  at  $1.50
from  McCleery  &  Weston
(f.o.b.  bunkers) ;  160  yds.
from   Champion   &   White
(f.o.b. bunkers).
f      4,140
'       2,285
f   1,769%
Maintenance	
1,443 yds. at $2.37% (average)  from Pioneer Sand &
Gravel Co. ; 326%  yds. at
$3.40 from Producers' Sand
& Gravel Co.
30
Maintenance
30 yds. at $1.25 from Pioneer
Sand & Gravel Co.
2,735
Construction   .
(   20,716
|      5,544
Construction....
Maintenance	
1,338  yds.   gravel   at  10c.
From roadside pits at 20c.
f      4,075
From roadside pits.
262
Construction	
|      2,921
|          910
Maintenance	
Construction	
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)    11,495
j      5,400
From roadside pits.
4,040
Road    and
bridge    pro
{     3,500
\   36,500
{      3,500
Maintenance	
Yale    ..          	
Construction	
Maintenance	
21,000    vds.     gravel    from
roadside pits at $1 on road
tection
(contract).
Totals	
f 37,963
I   4,772
Construction
Maintenance
155,307   1
222,068   |
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STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
Vote 160. Minister's Office  $13,056.47
Vote 161. Administration     319,609.05
Vote 162. Maintenance of Parliament Buildings and Grounds   153,601.34
Vote 163. Government House   38,097.20
Vote 167. Steam-boiler  Inspection    10.00
Vote 168. "Electrical Energy Inspection Act"   10,651.31
Total, Votes 160-163 and 167, 168         $535,025.37
(For details see Public Accounts.)
Vote 104. Roads     $1,830,237.12
Bridges   310,449.65
Ferries   153,433.91
Traffic Operation   121,974.23
Wharves     6,319.25
Launch   4,121.64
Surveys  3,810.09
Cariboo Highway (Toll Section)  28,854.71
Contingencies     5,484.42
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Vote 168a. Matsqui Dyke at Gifford   $1,153.50
Vote 168b. Highway-signs Grant to Auto Club of B.C  6,000.00
Vote 168c. Hamsterley Prairie Dyke  :.. 9,368.00
Vote 168d. Lake Shore Road, Summerland   1,770.37
Vote 168e. Dewdney Dyking Pumping  1.500.00
Vote 168f. Paving South Side of Columbia Street   7,615.00
Vote 136. " Mines Development Act"   106,928.08
Vote 165. Local Roads within Organized Territory   23,108.21
Vote 166. Repairs to Government Buildings (except Parliament Buildings and Government House)   171,692.34
  329,135.50
Capital Expenditure (Roads, Bridges, Ferries, etc.).
" B.C. Loan Act, 1927," Sec. 6 (a)—Roads   28,903.92
" B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) —
Roads   $212,596.80
Bridges   83,089.20
Ferries   2,471.98
  298,157.98
" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) —
Roads     $4,820,675.96
Bridges     686,507.32
Ferries        79,087.18
Protection of Highways   98,307.04
Wharves     33,327.58
Local Roads and Bridges  42,083.64
Trails to Mineral Areas  25,411.25
Surveys    749.41
Fraser Avenue Bridge   3,350.43
Equipment Fund   600,000.00
       6,389,499.81
Capital Expenditure (Buildings).
"B.C. Loan Act, 1922," Sec. 6 (a)  $378.75
"B.C. Loan Act, 1922," Sec. 0 (c)  1,600.60
"B.C. Loan Act, 1923," Sec. 6 (c)  8,237.98
" B.C. Loan Act, 1927," Sec. 6 (6)  357,929.61
" B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (6)  58,707.00
" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 0 (6)  1,041,214.39
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$11,513,475.93 T 82
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1929-30.
ROADS, STREETS, BRIDGES, WHARVES, ETC.
ALBERNI DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
Reg. No.
95. River Bend         $1,142.75
98. Sproat Falls   320.41
Sundry bridges, West Coast          1,035.60
$2,498.76
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (o) :   Bridges.
31. Little Qualicum River      $13,385.57
36. Big Qualicum River          7,431.34
80. Truman            1,536.90
$22,353.81
Total, Capital Account—Bridges     $24,852.57
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 («,) :   Trails to
Mineral Areas.
Trail from Kennedy Lake to Sproat Lake        $2,064.03
Total, Capital Account—Trails to Mineral Areas         2,064.03
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
10. Great Central Lake   $967.10
11. Cherry Creek   893.25
11. Nanoose Bridge Fill   979.70
16. Beaver Creek Bridge Fill   1,772.27
143. Karn Bridge Fill   57.00
144. School-house Fill  445.10
148. Haugen Fill   90.00
301. Stapleby   72.00
West Coast, sundry   316.60
$5,593.02
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
10. Great Central Lake   $1,102.35
13. Fill at Land Hill Creek   1,742.72
18. Tofino-Ucluelet   5,695.88
Fills at Bridges 78 and 79   5,120.73
100.  Canadian Highway  23,658.31
156.  Island  Highway    4,411.54
Bituminous  surfacing    31,154.03
West Coast roads  1,673.83
39b; Beaver Creek Road (secondary), Alberni   17.40
5b. River Road (secondary), Alberni   102.40
4a. Primary Highway, Alberni   915.26
$75,594.45
Total, Capital Account—Roads        81,187.47
Vote 164—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Beaver  Creek    $1,686.30
2. Best's    51.50
3. Bland's   118.32
6. Batty  93.00
10. Central Lake  2,293.88
11. Cherry Creek   140.25
Carried forward  $4,383.25 $108,104.07 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
T 83
ALBERNI DISTRICT— Continued.
Vote 164—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $4,383.25 $108,104.07
Reg. No.
12. Coleman     54.75
13. Compton     168.67
16. Cowley  95.01
18. Tofino-Ucluelet   399.42
20. DeBeaux  75.75
22. Drinkwater   52.25
24. Faber's   392.66
33. Holberg-Cape Scott   361.63
34. Kitsuksus     472.50
38. Lake Shore   302.40
41. Rutherford  240.74
42. Mesher's  152.50
45. Milltown     224.46
46. Mission     59.25
47. McCoy Lake   340.85
51. Quatsino     342.11
55. Somers   73.00
82. Home Lake   245.00
99. Auld    167.00
100. Canadian Highway   11,225.95
104. Biological  98.00
109. Church  381.37
111. Departure Bay   197.34
115.  Dickenson     52.00
117. Errington Cross-road   379.75
119. Fisher  73.50
121. Grafton Avenue   1.048.12
122. Giant Powder Co  139.50
125. Coombs   219.69
128. Lagoon   (Wellington)     102.15
129. Lowery    151.69
134. Dawson     89.63
135. McKibben  788.38
137. Northwest Bay   613.63
139. Pillar's   63.25
140. Parksvjlle  Cross road    224.00
141. Pyms     145.00
142. Parksville Settlement   67.44
148.  Swayne   72.25
151. Stewart  75.75
154. Turner     177.50
155. Temple  182.50
156. Island Highway   12,551.49
158. Hilliers   823.37
159. Wellington (Old Town)   268.00
160. Wright    251.25
164.  Bclleview     252.75
105. Harlech     182.50
171. Clark's   293.25
174. Gilfillan     116.50
178. Pratt's    182.38
180. Winchester     196.40
183. Bainbridge   105.34
185. Station  (Coombs)  289.06
187. Jenkins  74.60
191. Gilbert    580.50
194. River  58.34
204. Wreck Bay  537.86
205. Superior   82.75
209. Chester   148.86
213. Qualicum   350.25
220. Oliver   59.50
222. Qualicum Settlement   176.25
Carried forward     $42,752.79 $108,104.07 T 84
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1929-30.
ALBERNI DISTRICT— Continued.
Vote 164—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $42,752.79 $108,104.07
Reg. No.
224. Palmer   70.00
238. Grice  195.37
239. Milligan   201.00
241. Texada  194.75
242. Kinkade   241.25
243. Plummer  68.13
245. McEacheren  116.00
4a. Alberni City  (primary)    323.13
5b. Alberni City-River Road (secondary)   481.65
39b. Alberni City-Beaver Creek (secondary)    70.71
Sundry roads (units under $50)   775.36
39. Maggie Lake Trail   156.84
58. San Josef Valley   70.37
66. Bamfield trails   413.25
87. Mud Bay  68.50
88. Mount Arrowsmith   59.00
90. Noot and Bland   53.19
98. Ucluelet-Kennedy  Lake    215.20
Sundry West Coast   250.50
199. Peninsular  6S.49
200. Goose Harbour   62.00
226. Thornton    75.75
233. Holberg Townsite   166.11
Sundry trails (units under $50)   107.57
Camp equipment    74.00
Tools and Plant Account   3,563.33
Truck Account, five new trucks   7,651.73
Total, Vote 164—Roads, Trails, etc       58,545.97
Vote 164—Bridges :   Maintenance.
17. Powder-works    $355.37
18. Tippet Creek   144.96
20.  Englishman's River  1,035.63
25. Wall's   119.95
33. Burnt Gulch   1,497.27
39. Crescent   1.848.71
43. Moorison    143.18
45. Scott's     55.08
49. Hemlock   88.75
50. Coombs     81.71
66. Marple's   158.06
67. Winchester    393.09
68. Paris     378.50
78. Hill's     155.27
80. Truman    55.50
92. Roger Creek   185.25
93. Kitsuksus     81.13
100. Coleman   341.83
145. Lost Shoe Creek   87.00
Sundry bridges (units under $50)   507.04
Total, Vote 164—Bridges:   Maintenance          7,713.28
Vote 136—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
Tofino Creek Trail   $75.00
Trail to Aurora Group, Barclay District  198.50
Trail to Canadian Quicksilver Co.'s operations   250.00
Cowichan Lake-Alberni  Canal Road   431.90
Total, Vote 136—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary   955.40
Carried fonoard  $175,318.72 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 85
ALBERNI DISTRICT— Continued.
Brought forward  $175,318.72
Vote 164—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service).
Reg. No.
1. Beaver Creek Road   $191.22
10. Central Lake  382.52
24. Faber   11.75
33. Holberg-Cape Scott   169.40
34. Kitsuksus     25.00
58. San Josef Valley   28.74
66. Bamfield trails   24.63
100. Canadian Highway   934.99
109. Church    7.75
117. Errington Cross road   22.25
121. Grafton Avenue   32.25
125. Coombs  12.85
148. Swayne  5.60
156. Island Highway   708.37
158. Hillier     36.99
169. Price  •.  7.50
178. Pratt's  11.90
180. Winchester     5.71
185. Station  (Coombs)     14.30
200. Goose Harbour Trail   7.50
Sundry bridges  40.22
Total, Vote 164—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service)          2,681.44
Total expenditure, Alberni District   $178,000.16
ATLIN DISTRICT  (NORTH).
Vote 164—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
150. Atlin-Telegraph Trail   $150.00
16. Atlin streets   538.10
1. Atlin-Surprise   '.  599.50
5. Boulder Creek   170.00
Highway approach to Aerial Field   492.40
8. Indian River   280.00
Moose Arm-Talana Bay  51.00
10. McKee Creek    196.00
13. O'Donnel River   300.00
15. Ruby Creek  419.50
17. Spruce  Creek    372.70
19.  Stephendike   172.50
23. Wright Creek   488.50
Sundry roads  (units under $50)    91.50
Supervision,  " A "    2,317.30
Supervision, " B "   7.25
Auto " C " and " K "   359.50
Plant and tools   240.37
Material and supplies   1,583.86
Total, Vote 164—Roads, Trails, etc       $8,829.98
Vote 164—Bridges :   Maintenance.
263. Birch Creek   $405.73
26. McKee Creek  234.32
27. O'Donnel River   78.50
28. O'Donnel River, No. 2   291.53
34. Snake Creek   278.83
Sundry bridges   36.50
Total, Vote 164—Bridges :   Maintenance          1,325.41
Carried forward     $10,155.39 T 86
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1929-30.
Atl
ATLIN DISTRICT (NORTH)—Continued.
Brought forward     $10,155.39
Vote 164—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service).
in   $66.00
Total, Vote 164—Traffic-e Operation (including Snow-removal Service)   66.00
Vote 136—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
Reg. No.
1. Surprise Lake Road
$1,942.44
Total, Vote 136—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary
1,942.44
Total expenditure, Atlin District (North)      $12,163.83
ATLIN DISTRICT  (SOUTH).
Capital Account—"B.C. LoAn Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
103. Alice Arm  Shore         $2,496.00
63. Bear River        12.547.4S
65. Grease Harbour
194. Kitsault 	
Meziadin Survey
102. Stewart-Hyder   ..
12.130.71
6,221.14
5,732.46
7,849.10
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $46,976.89
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :  Bridges.
Surprise  Creek         $2,478.80
Bear River   2,762.72
Total, Capital Account—Bridges
5,241.52
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) : Trails
to Mineral Areas.
189. Meziadin Lake        $6,102.99
Total, Capital Account—Trails to Mineral Areas
6,102.99
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a)
of Highways.
Protection
Alice Arm        $3,986.03
Bear River        14,294.67
Total, Capital Account—Protection of Highways        18,280.70
Vote 164—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
69. Aiyansh-nSand Lake Trail  	
71. Bear-Nass Trail 	
73. Big Missouri Road 	
70. Bitter Creek Trail 	
80. Georgia River Trail 	
77. Glacier Creek Trail	
188. Hastings Arm Trail 	
83. Illiance Trail 	
85. Kincolith-Greenville Trail 	
84. Kitsault Trail	
75. Kitsault (North-east Fork)  	
89. Marmot River Trail  (North Fork)  	
196.  Muddy Gulch Trail 	
185. McGrath Mountain Trail 	
$284.00
132.00
3,000.00
190.00
100.00
209.76
150.00
220.00
100.00
320.00
80.00
261.00
104.50
40.0-0
Carried forward       $5,191.26    $76,602.10 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 87
ATLIN DISTRICT (SOUTH)— Continued.
Vote 164—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $5,191.26    $76,602.10
Reg. No.
191. Phillips-Sand Lake Trail   100.00
133. Roundy Creek Trail   215.00
66. Salmon River Road  112.25
101. Stewart streets   85.00
102. Stewart-Hyder Road  814.66
Sundry trails  (unite under $50)     76.50
Supervision, " A "   6,760.20
Auto " V "    464.95
Plant and tools  2,142.64
Material and supplies   748.71
Garage  :  109.77
Total, Vote 164—Roads, Trails, etc.        16,820.94
Vote 164—Bridges :  Maintenance.
254. Bear River, No.  12  $420.48
255. Bear River, No. 13  444.28
256. Bear River, No. 14  420.48
257. Bear River, No. 15  424.58
258. Bear River, No. 16  357.08
103. Kitsault, No. 2  1,331.98
259. Kitsault, No. 3  285.00
193. Silver City, No. 1  297.20
194. Silver City, No. 2  297.20
262. Stewart-Hyder     139.20
148. Tiger Creek  73.75
261. Wolfe Creek   73.75
Sundry bridges (units under $50)  107.00
Total, Vote 164—Bridges :   Maintenance         4,671.98
Vote 164—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service).
Alice Arm   $526.00
Stewart   543.85
Total, Vote 164—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service)         1,069.85
Vote 164—Ferries.
1. Aiyansh-Grease Harbour   $600.00
Total, Vote 164—Ferries  600.00
Vote 136—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
67. American Creek Trail   $268.00
70. Bitter Creek Trail  284.00
192. Black Hill Trail   1,200.00
204. Bulldog Creek Trail   474.00
80. Georgia River Trail   1,000.00
77. Glacier Creek Trail   594.50
188. Hastings Arm Summit Trail   100.00
185. McGrath Mountain Trail   608.70
193. Red Bluff Trail   300.00
15. Ruby Creek Trail  245.00
Sunrise Group  120.00
Total, Vote 136—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary          5,194.20
Total expenditure, Atlin District  (South)  $104,959.07 T 88
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1929-30.
ATLIN DISTRICT  (STIKINE).
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
Reg. No.
1. Telegraph-Dease Lake      $10,215.30
Total, Capital Account:   Roads 	
$10,215.30
Vote 164—Maintenance and Mince Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
190. Clearwater-Telegraph Trail ..
56. Klappan Trail	
180. Shake's Creek Trail 	
51. Telegraph-Dease Lake Road
61. Telegraph streets 	
197. Telegraph Trail 	
59. Teslin Trail 	
Supervision, " A " 	
Plant and tools	
Material and supplies	
Total, Vote 164—Roads, Trails, etc	
Vote 164—Bridges :   Maintenance.
270. 57-Mile	
271. 65-Mile	
69. Tahltan 	
264. 21-Mile   	
Sawmill 	
Sundry bridges   (units under $50)
Total, Vote 164—Bridges:   Maintenance 	
Vote 136—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
205. Devil's Elbow Mountain Trail 	
Total, Vote 136—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
$203.50
453.00
500.00
1,045.65
388.62
1,313.00
149.50
96.00
4,874.56
746.52
$400.50
344.75
113.00
1,499.15
356.30
143.75
$100.00
9,770.35
2,857.45
100.00
Total expenditure, Atlin District  (Stikine)     $22,943.10
Total expenditure, Atlin District   $140,066.00
BURNABY DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a):   Roads.
32a.  Hastings-Barnet  (proposed sidewalks)  	
55b. Grandview Highway Extension 	
55b.  Grandview Highway  (surveys)   	
$646.25
1.425.77
4,990.21
$7,062.23
Capital Acccunt—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
8a. Kingsway (storm-sewer reconstruction)   $2,621.07
  948.50
  8,208.65
  66.13
32a. Hastings-Barnet   (bituminous surfacing)
22b. Riverway  (reconstruction of fills)
68b. Douglas  (culvert, Deer Creek)  	
$11,844.35
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Local Roads.
Willingdon Avenue 	
$S.24
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $18,914.S2
Carried forward     $18,914.82 	
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 89
BURNABY DISTRICT— Continued.
Brought forward     $18,914.82
Vote 164—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
8a. Kingsway    $4,567.54
32a. Hastings-Barnet     4,378.54
14b. North   19.65
22b. Riverway     443.97
55b. Grandview     321.01
68b. Douglas  259.15
Total, Vote 164—Roads, Trails, etc         9,989.86
Vote 164—Bridges :   Maintenance.
1. Mill Bridge  $31.17
2. Mill Bridge  13.92
Total, Vote 164—Bridges:   Maintenance   45.09
Vote. 161—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service).
Burnaby  (snow-removal, etc.)       $1,296.38
Total, Vote 164—Traffic Operation  (including Snow-removal Service)         1,296.38
Total expenditure, Burnaby District      $30,246.15
CARIBOO DISTRICT  (NORTH).
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
38. Barkerville    $3,365.82
37. Barkerville-Bear Lake   1,923.53
5. Cariboo  19,661.46
4. Chilcotin   10,597.28
32. Fraser  .'.  3,573.83
58. Quesnel-Blackwater     5,066.60
60. Quesnel-Little Lake   2,245.11
59. Quesnel-Nazko   2,222.06
6. Redstone-Chezacut   2,718.90
79. Soda Creek Ferry  481.87
28. Soda Creek-Williams Lake   7,768.59
Tool-house, Quesnel   1,547.17
Settlers', roads   8,505.90
Total, Capital Account—Roads     $69,67S.12
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6  (a) :   Bridges.
4-40-47. Springfield       $6,439.83
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
4-40-94. Lyne            3,323.49
Total, Capital Account—Bridges          9,703.32
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. (a):  Protection
of Highways.
5. Cariboo Road, Mile-post 219.4-219.8       $1,300.00
Total, Capital Account—Protection of Highways          1,300.00
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) : Trails
to Mineral Areas.
206. Willow River  ,         $991.00
Total, Capital Account—Trails to Mineral Areas   991.00
Carried forward     $81,732.44 T 90
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1929-30.
CARIBOO DISTRICT (NORTH)— Continued.
Brought forward	
$81,732.44
Vote 164—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
1. Alexis Creek-Nazko   $587.00
4. Chilcotin     7,647.39
5. Cariboo  8,800.48
6. Redstone-Chezacut     153.61
7. Chilcotin-Meldrum Creek   255.31
10. Hanceville-Christie's   436.00
16. Beaumont     225.49
23. Soda Creek-Mud Lake   313.00
28. Soda Creek-Williams Lake   119.27
30. Dragon Lake-Lot 6677    200.00
32. Fraser  1,387.51
34. Alexandria Ferry  (west)    50.00
36. Barkerville-Antler   299.18
37. Barkerville-Bear Lake   248.70
38. Barkerville   3,590.33
45. Dragon Lake (west)   225.25
46. Dragon Lake (east)    172.05
47. Dibbs-Cottonwood     276.00
50. Kersley-Dale's Landing   50.00
51. Lavoies  80.00
53. Lowhee-Jaek o'  Clubs   130.00
58. Quesnel-Blackwater     1,382.82
59. Quesnel-Nazko    1,233.75
60. Quesnel-Little Lake    1,072.15
62. Stewart's  _  98.00
63. Sisters Creek-Dragon Lake   89.00
67. Willow River-Sugar Creek  62.50
71. Morris  176.00
75. Sheep Creek-Moon's   152,00
81. Allcock's    j  100.00
97. Punchaw  126.50
103. Meldrum Creek   209.00
106. Lake Creek   50.00
114. Moffat Lake  77.00
122. Cotton's  151.20
158. Hanceville  Cut-off    59.00
159. Colebank's (east)    142.00
164. Wade's  134.00
165. 10-Mile Lake  224.00
167. Quesnel Canyon  148.00
168. Colebank's  (west)    310.25
172. Sisters Creek-Hill Lake   350.00
173. Land's     460.00
174. Harper's Meadow   100.00
175. Meadow Creek   591.70
176. Fish Lake   100.00
178. Sahlstrand's     67.00
179. Thorley     220.00
215. Keithley-Barkerville     100.00
234. Dragon Creek   111.00
Sundry roads and trails (units under $50)   363.20
Camp equipment   898.97
Plant and tools  5,520.10
Material Account   456.27
Stables  139.59
Supervision—
Salaries and expenses   $1,553.56
Auto        1,333.44
  2,887.00
Total, Vote 164—Roads, Trails, etc       43,608.57
Carried forward  $125,341.01 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 91
CARIBOO  DISTRICT  (NORTH)—Continued.
Brought forward  $125,341.01
Reg   No Vote 164—Bridges :   Maintenance.
24. Becher's    $499.65
41. Deserter    1,097.86
50. Chilcotin Suspension   1,206.22
66. Fraser River (at Quesnel)   499.92
74. Hanceville  250.90
81. Higdon   650.32
86. 177-Mile Post   120.00
87. Moffat Lake   149.50
94. Lyne   437.27
97. Quesnel River   987.25
99. Meldrum, No. 1   487.92
114. Tommy's  469.38
122. West Creek, No. 1   190.00
126. West Creek, No. 5   170.00
128. Willow River   9.60
138. Alexis Creek   249.83
171. Eagle  84.00
191. Snowshoe, No. 1  1,297.00
195. LeBourdais     200.00
198. Chin Chinrampan   392.37
271. Tibbie's  344.00
276. Cantin  58.00
277. Walker's Gulch   284.00
278. Hargreaves   ....  1,734.25
279. Alleock's  124.00
Total, Vote 164—Bridges :   Maintenance        11,993.24
Vote 164—Ferries.
2. Alexandria, Fraser River   $3,274.99
5. Gravel. Quesnel River   1,131.45
3. Macalister, Fraser River  1,833.68
1. Quesnel, Fraser River   180.00
4. Soda Creek, Fraser River  2,491.13
Total, Vote 164—Ferries          8,911.25
Vote 164—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service).
5. Cariboo Road   $907.86
36.  Barkerville-Antler Road    145.00
38. Barkerville Road   1,670.54
45.   Dragon Lake Road   (west)     47.95
40. Dragon Lake Road  (east)    34.00
60. Quesnel-Little Lake Road   179.53
74. North Star Road   15.00
Equipment     2,919.01
Total, Vote 164—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service)         5,918.89
Vote 136—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
31. Antler-Cunningham Creek Road   $171.00
96.  Road to Government Creek from highway   499.00
166. Hixon Creek Road, Cariboo Mining Division   1,399.90
205. Trail from Barkerville to Stony Lake   200.00
215. Barkerville-Keithley Trail   374.00
230. Trail to Yanks Peak, Keithley   325.00
234. Dragon Creek Road,'Barkerville   195.00
235. Road to Eagle Mine, Stanley   478.63
236. Road  from  Dragon  Siding, P.G.E.  Rly.,  to  property  of Marsh  Rare
Metals, Ltd., Quesnel Mining Division   252.18
237. Trail from Strathnaver to Willow River   499.05
238. Trail and bridge across Lightning Creek   75.00
239. Trail to Dry Gulch, Last Chance Creek, and Boulder Creek   75.00
Total, Vote 136—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary          4,543.76
Total expenditure, Cariboo District (North)  $156,708.15 CARIBOO DISTRICT  (SOUTH).
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
Reg. No.
3. Beaver Valley   $1,250.10
4. Chilcotin     5,636.20
5. Cariboo Main   11,459.63
15. Horsefly    5,858.34
18. Keithley   5,130.87
72. Clinton-Williams Lake   6,254.34
78. Horsefly-Quesnel Lake   415.00
105. Big Creek  4,644.29
121. Canoe Creek-Hanceville   340.00
125. Churn Creek-Dog Creek   360.00
129. Eagle Creek  386.08
130. Empire Valley   1,923.40
131. Exeter-Canim Lake   3,372.80
141. Lone Butte-Bridge Lake   6,301.58
145. 93-Mile-Lone Butte   4,238.76
146. Raphael-Meason   100.00
154. Upper Dog Creek   244.20
187. Bates  439.60
196. Bridge Lake   2,899.27
Tool-house, Williams Lake   4,499.62
Settlers' roads   2,154.25
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $67,908.33
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
18. Big Lake   $2,915.17
Total, Capital Account—Bridges          2,915.17
Vote 164—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
2. Beaver Lake-Beavermouth   $137.28
3. Beaver Valley   253.76
4. Chilcotin  1,040.17
5. Cariboo Main  4,795.06
8. Clearwater   300.00
9. Chimney Valley   139.36
11. Horsefly-Woodjam   130.00
12. 108-Mile-Horsefly  242.32
15. Horsefly  984.91
17. 150 Mile-Williams Lake  404.44
18. Keithley Main  4,442.86
21. Mission  146.12
25. Quesnel Forks-Quesnel Lake   182.00
29.  Upper Horsefly   746.53
42. Horsefly-Horsefly Lake  1,105.52
61.  Soda Creek-Big Lake   104.00
70. Peavine Ridge  751.08
72. Clinton-Williams Lake  2,229.33
78. Horsefly-Quesnel Lake   74.88
84. Likely-Spanish Lake  122.72
90. Likely-Cedar Creek  208.00
98. Lone Butte-Roe Lake   2,234.85
99. Pearson's  148.88
100. Buffalo Lake  1,017.56
105. Big Creek  438.45
109. Williams Lake streets  854.48
121. Canoe Creek-Hanceville   1,608.77
125. Churn Creek-Dog Creek   65.52
126. DekaLake   269.88
127. Valley Road   260.00
129. Eagle Creek  810.39
130. Empire Valley  709.92
131. Canim Lake   1,035.88
136. 111-Mile-Mirage Lake  312.00
Carried forward  $28,307.52   $70,823.50 	
	
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
T 93
CARIBOO DISTRICT  (SOUTH)— Conlinued.
Vote 104—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward     $28,307.52    $70,823.50
Reg. No.
140. Little Timothy Mountain   104.00
141. Lone Butte-Bridge Lake   123.24
142. McKinley-Ogden     144.56
143. Lac la Hache  103.35.
152. Springhouse-U.S. Meadows   208.00
154. Upper Dog Creek   625.32
183. Kelly Lake-Canoe Creek   170.56
184". Green Lake-Lone Butte  1,006.92
186. Duck Lake  106.08
198. North Bonaparte  156.00
199. Beedey Creek    156.00
200. Donnelly     154.96
227. Likely-Quesnel Lake Trail   100.00
Sundry roads (units under $50)    140.75
Camp equipment  1,247.93
Plant and tools  10,667.07
Supervision—
General Foreman, salary and expenses   2,914.25
Auto  590.86
Total, Vote 164—Roads, Trails, etc       47,027.37
Vote 164—Bridges :   Maintenance.
85. Horsefly   $51.00
98. South Fork  241.00
164. Deep Creek   344.12
166. Onward  139.94
19V. Knife Creek  72.00
307. Bridge Creek, No. 2   336.62
310. Churn Creek Suspension   3,124.23
320. Dog Creek, No. 2  86.00
326. Gang Ranch Springs   108.75
329. Houseman  409.71
332. Larson    462.00
366. Halfway, No. 2  262.48
372. 3-Mile  242.21
377. Meadow Creek   43.00
397. Morrison     56.00
400. Spokin Lake  212.00
408. Pigeon  90.18
409. Sugar Cane   197.93
412. Campbell    56.00
413. Lucas  139.00
414. La Plante  56.00
415. Clark     100.00
422. Bill    389.00
423. Bellew     112.00
424. White  192.00
425. Mikkelson    ,  181.08
426. Banning Creek   951.62
427. Lackie    -  100.00
Total, Vote 164—Bridges :   Maintenance          8.755.S7
Vote 164—Ferries.
6. Woodjam (Horsefly)   $47.00
Total, Vote 164—Ferries  47.00
Vote 164—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service).
4. Chilcotin Main   $147.62
5. Cariboo Main  1,102.34
15. Horsefly  Main  179.74
Carried forward  $1,429.70 $126,653.74 T 94 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1929-30.
CARIBOO DISTRICT (SOUTH) —Continued.
Vote 169—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service)—Continued.
Brought forward  $1,429.70 $126,653.74
Reg. No.
18. Keithley Main  601.50
72. Clinton-Williams Lake   143.14
105. Big Creek  1  17.81
131. Canim Lake  45.32
141. Lone Butte-Bridge Lake   186.89
Snow-removal equipment   2,423.65
Total, Vote 164—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service)         4,848.01
Vote 136—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
8. Clearwater-Quesnel Lake   $300.00
18. Keithley  (Likely to Keithley)   .'  1,341.42
90. Likely-Cedar Creek  100.00
99. Pearson's (road to Matthias Gold Mining Co.)   140.00
202.  Cedar Creek-Spanish Mountain   150.00
208. McChesney     187.00
211. Swamp River  800.00
212. Muir  Leases  150.00
218. Black Bear Creek  54.00
Total, Vote 130—"Mines Development Act," Supplementary          3,222.42
Total expenditure, Cariboo (South)    $134,724.17
Total expenditure, Cariboo District    $291,432.32
CHILLIWACK DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6(a):  Roads.
46a. Sumas Prairie   $14,176.99
12a. Trans Provincial, Sardis-Vedder (paving)   285.17
10a. Yale Road  (survey)     184.56
10a. Yale Road Revision (Abbotsford West)   58,936.06
$73,582.78
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
37a. Abbotsford-Riverside (bituminous surfacing)    $7,250.00
13a.  Huntingdon Townsite  (drainage)    1,381.15
10a. Trans-Provincial, Yale Road Revision (Abbotsford West)   90,880.46
10a. Trans-Provincial, Yale Road Revision  (gravelling)    19,101.78
46a. Trans-Provincial, Sumas Prairie   26,680.50
11a. Trans-Provincial, Vedder Canal-Sumas Pumping station   (paving)     40,451.49
11a.  Trans-Provincial, Section 1 (bituminous surfacing)    2,552.70
12a. Trans Provincial, Vedder Canal-Sardis-Ckilliwack   (paving)     143,694.32
General surveys  713.60
$338,715,60
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Local Roads
within Municipal Limits.
Ryder Lake Road      $2,387.98
Total, Capital Account—Roads   $414,686.36
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
46a. Marshall Creek Crossing   $1,493.45
46a. Sumas Lake Canal   6,097.37
46a. Sumas River Crossing   1,889.18
19. Vedder Mountain Bridge   1,599.11
Total, Capital Account—Bridges        11,079.11
Carried forward  $425,765.47 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 95
CHILLIWACK DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward  $425,765.47
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Ferries.
Agassiz-Rosedale Ferry Landings     $46,757.13
Total, Capital Account—Ferries        46,757.13
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Protection
of Highways.
Rosedale       $3,644.00
Total, Capital Account—Protection of Highways          3,644.00
Vote 164—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
37a. Abbotsford-Riverside        $3,693.92
9. Chilliwack  River          1,637.82
8.    Columbia Valley         1,859.77
6.    Huntingdon Townsite   281.69
13a. Huntingdon  668.03
River Road Extension  169.70
16.    Rosedale Ferry  639.88
19b. Rosedale Ferrv  2,412.61
62b. Sardis   690.00
12.    Sumas Mountain    460.07
10a. Trans-Provincial  13,240.04
11a. Trans Provincial   15,587.42
12a. Trans-Provincial     5,844.63
60b. Vedder Mountain  195.76
61b. Vedder Mountain  971.37
Plant and tools   3,073.82
Sundry  roads    42.49
Total, Vote 164—Roads, Trails, etc        51,469.02
Vote 164—Bridges :   Maintenance.
63. Atchelitz River   $183.48
5. Commission  12.75
12. Crawley    394.94
14. DeGraw    270.70
13. Ferguson    '.  476.01
15. Kidd  426.74
4. Lehman     563.74
26. Matsqui  Slough  407.03
6. McGowan  331.93
18. Porter  83.25
44. Rexford     212.25
10. Sumas River   11.25
45. Teskey     279.05
16. Vedder River  *.  140.00
19. Yarrow  87.12
Total, Vote 164—Bridges :   Maintenance          3,880.24
Vote 164—Ferries.
Agassiz-Rosedale        $19,021.51
Agassiz-Rosedale Ferry Landing          1,863.16
$20,884.67
Less toll receipts       10,555.75
Total, Vote 164—Ferries        10,328.92
Vote 165—Local Roads within Organized Territory.
Clayburn-Straiton         $2,415.43
Survey, Bradner Road, Glen Valley   380.90
Total, Vote 165—Local Roads within Organized Territory          2,796.33
Carried forward  $544,641.11 T 96
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1929-30.
CHILLIWACK DISTRICT— Continued.
Brought forward  $544,641.11
Vote 164—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service).
Snow-removal  :       $1,306.90
Snow-removal equipment         2,305.00
Total, Vote 164—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service)         3,611.90
Total expenditure, Chilliwack District   $548,253.01
COLUMBIA DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
Reg. No.
280. Golden-Big Bend   $251.50
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
1. Kootenay-Columbia River Highway   $13,277.71
2. West Side   4,998.37
6. Athalmer   7,728.81
7. Campbell  (settlers' roads)    257.83
11. Wilmer Pontoon   5,412.50
87. Golden-Yoho Park  4,999.14
112. Carbonate-Spruce Camp Trail   1,957.35
276. Reeves (settlers' roads)    212.62
280. Golden-Big Bend  '.  13,747.68
282. Canal Flats  (survey)    11,725.00
$64,317.01
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $64,568.51
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
08. Athalmer     $5,160.26
Total, Capital Account—Bridges          5,160.26
Vote 164—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Kootenay-Columbia River Highway   $20,032.06
2. West  Side  2,463.17
3. Golden-Donald (lower)    213.00
4. Toby  388.37
5. Horsethief     282.75
6. Athalmer    :  513.50
7. Campbell     1,058.83
8. Findlay Creek   109.50
9. Brisco    794.94
10. Forster's Landing   278.10
11. Wilmer Pontoon   200.50
14. Mitchell     551.50
19. Giant Mine   191.24
20. Bugaboo -  283.80
22. Lead Queen Mine  194.90
28. Toby Cut-off  520.25
29. Johnson   187.75
34. -Oberg and.Johnson   74.00
35. Kettleson   59.00
36. Holmes and Deakin  ' 309.75
37. Blaeberry School   338.00
39. Hartley   120.75
42. Golden-Donald (upper)   1,367.58
56. Moberly School   85.00
58. Sanborn   528.16
61. Grainger    490.50
62. Madden    102.00
Carried forward  $31,738.90    $69,728.77 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
T 97
COLUMBIA DISTRICT— Continued.
Vote 164—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $31,738.90    $69,728.77
Reg. No.
67. Dejordie  83.39
68. Ottason  58.75
81. Forde Station   67.00
84. Hawke   137.50
87. Goldcn-Yoho Park  2,864.01
94. Barber   265.93
125. Horsethief Trail   8S.0O
128. Jumbo Creek Trail   38.00
202. Third Avenue,  Golden  „  157.28
203. Second Avenue, Golden   207.50
204. First Avenue,  Golden   50.00
209. Wapta Street, Golden   100.00
210. Calgary Street, Golden   65.00
211. Alberta Street, Golden   60.00
217. Alexandra  Avenue,   Golden     99.00
220. Montana Street, Golden   75.00
223. Columbia Avenue, Golden   92.00
229. Cartwright Street, Athalmer   50.00
232. Fourth Avenue, Athalmer  151.00
245. Bruce Avenue, Invermere  100.00
246. Grand Drive, Invermere   75.00
250. Hospital Road, Invermere   75.00
255.  Windermere  Loop  232.50
258. Fourth Avenue, Golden    382.67
263. Faber   211.00
273. Lambert  71.75
276. Reeves  335.50
280. Golden-Big Bend  1,838.08
Various small roads (units under $50)   584.32.
Plant and tools   8,625.94
Total, Vote 164—Roads, Trails, etc       48,980.02
Vote 164—Bridges :   Maintenance.
2. Canim  $16.00
3. Chetwoot   1,093.65
4. Kicking Horse River  70.95
8. Washout Creek  2,200.29
33. Fairmont     168.91
38.  Marion   Creek  57.75
40. Kootenay   595.80
44. Brady  Creek    239.67
46.  Toby   Creek     311.14
67. Spillamacheen   (swing)     8.00
68. Athalmer   (swing)  75.45
69. Botts     82.00
71. Wilmer Pontoon   277.00
72. Page   9.00
73. Blaeberry   (upper)     12.00
80. Findlay  Creek    49.72
146. Ben  Abel    100.61
160.  Blaeberry   (lower)     16.00
165.  Brisco  40.50
211. Glenogle    10.62
212. Yoho  10.10
227. Trethewey  16.50
Total, Vote 164—Bridges:   Maintenance          5,614.50
Vote 164—Ferries.
Carbonate   $342.38
Donald   246.13
Total, Vote 164—Ferries   588.51
Carried forward  $124,941.80
7 T 98
PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1929-30.
COLUMBIA DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward  $124,941.80
Vote 164—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service).
Reg. No.
1. Kootenay-Columbia River Highway   $4,311.80
2. West Side Road   122.84
3. Golden-Donald Road  (lower)  6.25
4. Toby Road  76.50
6. Athalmer Road   47.00
7. Campbell Road   148.75
34. Oberg and Johnson Road  13.00
38. Moberly Branch Road   13.00
68. Ottaison Road  45.67
81. Forde  Station  Road   8.50
94. Barber Road   34.00
202. Third Avenue, Golden  21.88
218. Victoria Avenue, Golden   6.25
219. River Street, Golden   50.00
224. Fifth Avenue, Golden   70.06
258. Fourth Avenue, Golden   23.50
Total, Vote 164—Traffic Operation  (including Snow-removal Service).
4,999.00
Vote 136—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
4. Toby Road   $347.28
22. Lead Queen Mine Road   998.91
25. Paradise Mine Road   326.29
48. Boulder Creek Road   44.00
109. Bugaboo Trail  591.00
163. Charlemont Trail   263.00
167. McMurdo Creek Trail  1,000.00
171. Isaac Creek Trail   200.00
Total, Vote 136—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary          3,770.48
Total expenditure, Columbia District   $133,711.28
COMOX DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
162.  Sayward         $4,211.47
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
5. Burns     $916.98
9. Cumberland     1,082.55
10. Headquarters   582.70
12. Bevan     3,005.19
13. Comox Lake   3.045.40
48. Squirrel Cove   898.10
49. Campbell River   4.518.06
71. Hardy Bay   7,003.21
113. Tsolum  River    904.99
140. Radford   3,899.15
156. Sharp     2,323.16
160. Frenchman  846.75
196. Island Highway  (south of Courtenay)     7.931.51
196. Island Highway  (north of Courtenay)     15,914.65
Campbell River-Sayward   (both ends)     23,478.81
Campbell River-Menzies Bay   2,170.75
Forbidden Plateau    997.68
Malcolm Island roads   2,464.34
Carried forward  $81,975.48 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 99
COMOX DISTRICT— Continued.
Brought forward  $81,975.48
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) : Roads
(Surfacing).
Reg. No.
Comox   $2,049.75
Cumberland  1,257.39
Royston   1,624.21
Comox Lake   799.70
Island  Highway    35,781.21
6a. Courtenay   (primary)     272.52
3b. Courtenay  (secondary)     71.96
54b. Courtenay  (secondary)     299.19
35b. Cumberland (secondary)   61.70
$42,217.63
Total, Capital Account—Roads   $128,404.5S
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
30. Courtenay Slough   $2,087.97
285. Telegraph Creek   1,664.99
Total, Capital Account—Bridges          3,752.96
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Protection
of Highways.
Sea-wall protection, Campbell River   $1,094.17
Total, Capital Account—Protection of Highways          1,094.17
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) : Trails
to Mineral Areas.
Forbidden Plateau   $493.97
Total, Capital Account—Trails to Mineral Areas  493.97
Vote 164—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
2. Anderton     $452.29
3. Back  462.44
5. Burns     883.58
8. Comox  424.18
9. Cumberland =  828,02
10. Headquarters    1,504.51
11. Royston  947.81
12. Bevan     358.46
13. Comox Lake  486.49
14. Lazo  1,216.49
18. Condensory    481.20
20. Cessford     59.55
25. Bridge's   84.56
26. Hodgson     166.42
28. Ryan   104.28
29. Smith  316.75
30. Union     86.00
33. Reef Point  85,88
36. Bartholemew     66.30
38. Seaford     183.06
43. Gorge Harbour  j  100.00
15. Sproat   c  199.40
48. Squirrel Cove   445.66
49. Campbell River   1,208.90
51. East   163.55
52. Lacon     135.62
54. Denman     406.68
56. North-west    207.07
58. Swan    67.35
60. Endall  598.60
Carried forward  $12,733.10 $133,745.68 T 100
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1929-30.
COMOX DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 164—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :  Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $12,733.10 $133,745.68
Reg. No.
61. Buttle Lake   669.84
62. Fraser    425.59
64. Gaineberg   401.09
65. Grant  67.97
67. Knight  277.02
68. Huband  75.00
71. Hardy Bay   1,188.64
74. Peterson    74.25
75. Carmichael     60.75
76. Central     318.22
77. Goose Spit   70.49
79. Mountain  235.05
82. St. Johns Point  147.75
83. Scott    98.75
90. Kirby  .-  50.00
93. Lake Trail   1,201.10
94. Power-house     96.67
95. Lever  194.00
96. Little River   962.40
105. Dove  Creek    438.40
106. Howard   197.92
107. Coleman     345.52
111. Merville     167,82
113. Tsolum River   1,191.71
114. Tyee Valley   150.78
115. Williams    121.20
118. McLeod   264.28
119. Minto   117.20
121. Piercy     197.37
123. Muir  130.50
125. McKelvie   178.56
133. Mitchell Bay Trail   202.48
142. Embleton    '.  101.50
144. Vose   478.25
145. Clayton     101.94
148.  Burdwood Bay  - -  213.74
150. Hoskyns  Gulch  199.92
150b. Tell's     146.85
150c. School Trail   250.41
151. Guthrie  100.30
160. Frenchman    246.62
161. Hern     225.00
162. Sayward    3,749.33
168. Bold Point   96.15
172. Baird   175.25
185. Cape Mudge  158.52
187. Gowlland Harbour  340.12
188. Heriot Bay   565.72
189. Hyacinth Bay   899.96
191. West    770.48
192. Pidcock     927.18
196. Island Highway   24,027.01
200. Maurelle Island   207.59
202. Masters   1,449.06
208. Hawkins    ,  74.69
231. Esplanade     665.71
6a. Courtenay (primary)  671.86
3b. Courtenay  (secondary)    1,477.20
54b. Courtenay (secondary)   338.00
34b. Cumberland   (secondary)  16.82
Sundry roads (units under $50)   661.85
General Foreman, salary and expenses  1.330.86
Plant and Tools Account  5,772.55
Total, Vote 164—Roads, Trails, etc       69,489.86
Carried forward  $203,235.54 COMOX DISTRICT— Continued.
Brought forward  $203,235.54
Vote. 164—Bridges :   Maintenance
Reg. No.
5. Brown   $405.77
6. Burrard     124.94
23. Forest  68.55
29. Courtenay River   231.19
30. Courtenay  Slough  144.62
31. Cougar Creek   206.68
34. Bayne     112.25
37. Curran     332.04
38. Robertson    406.46
39. Headquarters    611.04
43. Hodgson     397.99
54. Staghall     137.50
56. Campbell River   366.37
61. Holt   74.32
65. Layland's     109.20
76. Johnson   112.00
83. Tree  197.00
87. Watt     84:00
92. Coleman     '572.37
94. Isenor     197.82
104. May's     119.00
105. Mathewson  180.25
106. Milligan  .  326.14
107. Minto School  95.67
115. Oyster River  485.62
133. Rennison     78.00
135. Rosewall   51.75
138. Reece's     486.31
141. Lawson    230.46
147. Harrison    235.71
150. Sachts Crossing   165.50
152. Springer     259.09
156. Cook  52.50
163. Proulx  805.44
195. Thames Creek   202.63
196. Trent   247.96
197. Tsable River  96.74
213. Washer Creek   125.25
214. Waterloo   134.54
218. White River  405.24
256.  Beaver  110.25
258. Last  105.00
283. Simms  337.33
Sundry bridges  (units under $50)     501.11
Total, Vote 164—Bridges : Maintenance        10,729.60
Vote 136—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
Trail to Copper King Group, Humpback Bay  $200.00
Total, Vote 136—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary   200.00
Vote 165—Local Roads within Organized Territory.
Municipal streets, City of Courtenay (credit balance)   326.27
Total expenditure, Comox District   $213,838.87
COWICHAN-NEWCASTLE DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
8-23.    Cowichan Lake   $12,002.99
8-24.    Cowichan Lake (north shore)  :  25,975.98
8-27.    Cowichan Lake (south shore)   5,943.91
Carried forward  $43,922.88 	
T 102
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1929-30.
COWICHAN-NEWCASTLE DISTRICT— Continued.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads—Continued.
Brought forward 1  $43,922,88
Reg. No.
8-69.    Nanaimo Lakes   3,912.11
8-132. Island Highway  7,018.17
8-132. Island Highway (bituminous surfacing)    20.321.22
3a.        Primary Highway (bituminous surfacing)   4,295.07
8-184. Minn     861.25
8-185. Creighton  4.00
Yellow Point  4,995.74
8-24.    D'Esterre Bridge Fill   599.57
8-16.    No Name Bridge Fill   499.90
Surveys  1,394.13
Total, Capital Account—Roads 	
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 192S," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
8-143. Colliery Railway         $1,069.98
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
8-49.    Jingle Pot, No. 1          2,496.55
Total, Capital Account—Bridges 	
$87,824.04
1.
7.
10.
12.
11.
18.
19.
48.
30.
23.
24.
31.
32.
34.
36.
38.
39.
40.
42.
44.
50.
51.
157.
183.
58.
53.
86.
147.
55.
56.
60.
132.
61.
62.
67.
70.
71.
3,566.53
Vote 164—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Adshead   $53.00
Andreas   282.97
Beck's   78.25
Bench   1,544.67
Bennie-Yellow Point   81.75
Bowden-Vaux  60.40
Brenton  187.37
Cassidy  53.00
Cavin    86.79
Cherry Point   541.18
Code's   83.50
Cowichan Lake  2,071.69
Cowichan Lake (north shore)  96.79
Davis  152.27
Departure Bay   134.15
Devine-McLay    158.62
Duncan-Sahtlam     261.25
East Wellington  459.61
Extension  1,622.39
Fiddick's     297.24
Fourth Avenue   219.25
Gilfillane's   131.75
Glenora  321.50
Glenora Crossroad   124.06
Godfrey  264.99
Grahams     109.25
Haslam     492.00
Hillbank     113.S1
Hill and Michael   175.75
Hinks-Parry   190.60
Holden-Corso    579.00
Holland's   59.50
Howie     145.37
Island Highway   11.229.16
Indian  370.35
Jingle Pot  -  363.57
Koksilah-Riverside  146.01
Lakeside ;  308.05
Lane  -  100.49
Carried forward     $23,751.35    $91,390.57 COWIOHAN-NEWCASTLE DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 164—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :  Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $23,751.35    $91,390.57
Reg. "No.
73. Lockner's   155.20
76. Marshall  111.66
80. McLean's   210.00
82. Meredith  58.75
87. Miller  71.80
69. Nanaimo  Lakes  357.05
95. Old Koksilah  895.56
96. Old School-house  58.83
97. Old South Wellington   74.90
98. Old Victoria  451.14
103. Patricia  268.00
179. Pattison   57.10
105. Phipps  63.00
107. Richardson No. 1   72.25
112. Rowe     161.38
113. Sabtlam River  791.24
159. Shepherd  85.59
1S6. Simpson  125.50
121. South Wellington  1,075.50
122. South Forks  173.47
131. Takala  54.00
149. Telegraph  104.12
129. Thomas-Yellow Point  223.19
134. Wallich     161.67
135. Waterloo  229.75
136. Waters  99.80
139. Weigle's  92.25
140. Westwood  201.58
145. Wilson   194.15
Sundry roads (units under $50)   736.15
3a. Primary Highway  3,356.35
4b. Evans  (secondary)     472.01
36b. Quamichan Lake (secondary)    166.18
8-12.    Cassidy Bridge Fill   1,450.35
8-72.    Morrison Bridge Fill  921.57
8-123. Stubbs Bridge Fill   95.97
Tools and Plant Account   5,611.90
Supervision Account, Ladysmith   2,182.35
Explosives Account   253.06
Haulage-truck Account  10,169.72
Total, Vote 164—Roads, Trails, etc       55,845.39
Vote 164—Bridges :   Maintenance.
1. Abernethy    ."  $160.99
2. Alderstreet   51.00
13. Cavin  178.14
19. Cowichan  Station    522.80
22. Davie  170.65
23. Davis Creek  261.37
28. Dighton    125.87
30. Duncan Wagon  1,199.07
41. Haslam Creek  132.48
48. Jingle Pot, No. 4   58.27
50. Jingle Pot, No. 2  303.12
55. Koksilah Station  278.76
57. Kier    52.95
59. Lewis  108.61
65. Meade  158.83
69. Morrison, No. 1   508.63
70. Morrison, No. 2  383.46
78. Nanaimo River (Canyon)    57.59
Carried forward  $4,712.59 $147,235.96 T 104
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1929-30.
COAVICHAN-NEWCASTLE DISTRICT— Continued.
Vote 164—Bridges :  Maintenance—Continued.
Brought forward       $4,712.59 $147,235.96
Reg. No.
80. No name	
84. No name 	
109. Pearson	
113. Riverside  	
115.  Robertson River 	
119.  Somenos	
Sundry bridges (units under $50)
G3.98
92.34
193.50
149.32
245.15
57.14
384.13
A'ote 164—Bridges :   Reconstruction.
49. Jingle Pot, No. 1
144. Cloke's	
147. Long 	
148. Ashburnham  	
149. Cochran  	
151. Powel  	
Total, A'ote 164—Bridges:  Maintenance and Reconstruction
$5,898.15
$569.63
473.92
1,080.S0
509.57
104.99
155.95
$2,894.92
Vote 104—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service).
Snow-removal         $1,215.16
Total, A'ote 164—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service).
Vote 136—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
Sutton Trail 	
Alpha Beta Trail 	
Total, Vote 136—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary
Total expenditure, Cowiehan-Newcastle District 	
$150.00
150.00
3,793.07
1,215.10
300.00
$157,544.19
CRANBROOK DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
1.
1.
1.
2.
15!
29.
31.
44.
130.
132.
167.
168.
271.
250.
59.
Trans Provincial Highway 	
Trans-Provincial Highway  (Ryan Diversion)  	
Trans Provincial Highway  (Van Home Street, Cranbrook)
Cranbrook—Kimberley   	
Kootenay-Columbia River	
Curzon Junetion-Kingsgate 	
Eager Hill-Fort Steele	
McGinty Road 	
Spokane Sti'eet, Kimberley 	
Ross Street, Kimberley 	
Jennings Avenue,  Kimberley 	
Beale Avenue, Kimberley 	
Church Street, Kimberley	
Cemetery	
Cranbrook-New Lake 	
$40,454.18
16,499.33
4,358.61
43.50
2,103.1S
255.00
10.085.20
10,230.31
129.31
104.42
111.50
32.00
343.50
959.77
1,729.00
Total, Capital Account—Roads        $88,036.81
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 0 (a) :   Bridges.
26. Eimer         $3,374.98
101. Marysville  -         4,779.94
176. Ryan        15,541.71
Carried forward
$23,696.63    $88,036.81 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 105
CRANBROOK DISTRICT— Continued.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges—Continued.
Brought forward  $23,696.63    $88,036.81
Reg. No.
176. Ryan (C.P.R. Crossing)   528.14
72.  Swansea  7,414.74
Total, Capital Account—Bridges        31,639.5]
A'ote 164—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Trans Provincial Highway   $16,032.72
2. Cranbrook-Kimberley     6,990.94
3. Mission   401.63
4. Cranbrook-Gold  Creek    549.11
6. Cranbrook-Moyie  Lake  8.00
7. Cranbrook-Smith Lake   126.75
8. Gold Creek Settlement  191.00
9. Meadowbrook Settlement  8.00
10. Haha Creek   542.66
12. Kootenay Orchard  65.75
15. Kootenay-Columbia River   2,264.11
16. Mission-Wasa (lower)    160.28
17. Mission—Wycliffe    1,013.48
IS. St. Mary Lake   1,269.63
19. Playle  -  7.00
20. Torrent  488.25
22. Wycliffe-Cherry  Creek  178.74
23. Clarke     119.00
24. Perry Creek  266.10
25. Kimberley-Sullivan Mine  60.75
27. Kimberley-North  Star   232.25
28. AVattsburg-AVeaver Creek    195.75
29. Curzon Junction-Kingsgate   604.89
31. Eager Hill-Fort Steele   2,707.41
33. Mission-Perry Creek   35.59
38. Mission-Fort Steele  189.75
39. Wardner-Waldo    416.25
40. Heath   297.50
43. Cranbrook-Perry Creek   19.25
44. McGinty  156.00
45. McPhee  62.75
52. Mayook Settlement   61.20
58. Slaughter-house  25.00
59. Cranbrook-New Lake   85.65
61. AValdo-Gold Creek   286.38
63.  Kimberley-Morrison Ranch   56.50
65.  Gold Creek-Newgate   50.00
72. Pighen  398.00
80. Green Bay   128.40
81. Munroe Lake  75.00
83. Green  99.50
93.  McDonald Dairy   770.21
99. Bulkot  44.00
111. Fasten    399.86
116. Skookumchuck River  130.00
117. Peter Bull  60.00
119. Owen  31.75
129. Boundary Street, Kimberley   326.00
130. Howard Street, Kimberley   266.50
131. Spokane Street, Kimberley  267.75
132. Ross Street, Kimberley  239.00
133. Mark Street, Kimberley   309.00
137. Diamond Street, Kimberley   317.50
163. Kimberley Avenue, Kimberley  73.00
164. Deer Park Avenue, Kimberley   425.60
165. Wallinger Avenue, Kimberley   513.29
168. Beale Avenue, Kimberley   225.75
Carried forward  $41,326.13 $119,676.32 	
T 106
PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1929-30.
CRANBROOK DISTRICT— Continued.
A'ote 164—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :  Roads,
Trails, and Streets— Continued.
Brought forward    $41,326.13 $119,676.32
Reg. No.
172. Lundeen Alley  48.00
173. Hillside Alley   48.00
187. St. Joseph Street, Slaterville   193.09
188. Brewery Lane, Slaterville  25.50
192. Laurier Street, Wardner  45.00
194. Wallace Street, Wardner  45.00
202. Hyde Street, Cranbrook   76.90
203. Harold Street, Cranbrook   61.45
215. Government Street, Moyie   182.00
218. Queen Avenue, Moyie   112.00
219. Taneslock Street, Moyie   128.72
227. Dennis Street, Cranbrook  83.11
233. Chapman   18.00
246. Hanson Avenue, Cranbrook   5.28
249. Pay Roll Mine   89.00
250. Cemetery  376.00
251. Yeager    25.00
257. Walters     102.00
263. Mineral Lake   40.88
270. Air Port  345.25
400. St. Mary (West Fork) Trail   399.25
401. AVhitefish Trail  100.00
402. Alki Creek Trail  30.00
403. Perry Creek Trail   35.50
409. St. Mary (South Fork) Trail   50.00
Supervision   170.17
Plant and tools  5,514.83
Total, A'ote 164—Roads, Trails, etc       49,676.06
A'ote 164—Bridges :   Maintenance.
108. Alki     $72.50
109. Alki     72.50
170.  Colony   257.57
137. Corbett  144.16
66. Curzon    107.51
30. Chenez  118.88
16. Cassinayook      54.50
20.  Fort  Steele  262.12
321. Gold Creek   97.07
267. Goatfell     134.65
31. Haha Creek   1,244.49
206. Irishman Creek  88.00
211. Irishman Creek  70.88
116. Jap Creek    161.92
40. Louis Street   210.09
32. Lund Creek   1,093.91
08. Little Moyie   159.45
33. Luiklater  .-... 200.00
37. McPhee   703.04
205. Matthew Creek  711.15
105. Matthew Creek   336.59
147. Manchester  81.00
28. Manigley     127.76
275. Mission     624.26
29. Muir   81.95
IS. Newgate   135.98
49. Old  Town  193.31
60. Palmer Bar   1,928.12
146. Paris     80.00
100. Skookumchuck     80.00
136. Shorty     80.00
35. St. Mary   764.65
Carried forward     $10,478.01 $169,352.38 CRANBROOK DISTRICT— Continued.
A'ote 164—Bridges :  Maintenance—Continued.
Brought forward  $10,478.01 $169,352.38
Reg. No.
14. Waldo   181.25
42. Wasa     727.72
172. Ward's Ranch   137.26
77. Westport  58.50
78. Westport    68.00
36. Wycliffe    598.05
Sundry bridges (units under $50)    58.80
Total, Vote 164—Bridges :   Maintenance        12,307.59
A'ote 164—Ferries.
Bechtel   $33.00
Total, Vote 164—Ferries  33.00
Vote 164—Traffic Operation  (including Snow-removal Service).
1. Trans-Provincial Highway   $650.53
2. Cranbrook-Kimberley   645.46
4. Gold Creek-Cranbrook   102.31
7. Cranbrook-Smith Lake  42.20
10. Haha Creek Road   35.00
12.  Kootenay Orchard   17.00
15. Kootenay-Columbia River   325.60
19. Playle Road  73.95
31. Eager Hill-Tort Steele   46.70
59. Cranbrook-New Lake   5.88
99. Bulkot Road   43.26
9. Meadowbrook Settlement (school)    43.00
Kimberley streets   152.70
Total, Vote 164—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service)         2,183.59
Vote 136—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
Trail to Lead Group   $48.75
Nigger Creek Road   50.00
B. & V. Group Trail   25.00
Total, Vote 136—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary   123.75
Total expenditure, Cranbrook District   $184,000.31
CRESTON DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Expenditure    $286.89
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
29. Canyon-Porthill  $4,991.84
37. Creston-Erickson  989.07
38. Creston-Goatfell     15,478.93
40. Creston-Kuskonook     15,707.41
41a. Creston-Porthill    -.  4,074.10
48. East Robson   (north)  3,028.73
85. Lister Settlement Area   4,545.30
100. Nelson-Balfour    18,326.91
101. Nelson-Castlegar   48.858.29
102. Nelson-U.S. Boundary   49,081.10
119. Salmo-Trail   2,706.79
128. Slocan River  3,717.13
133. Trail-Pend d'Oreille  5,982.63
Carried forward  $177,488.23 T 108
PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1929-30.
CRESTON DISTRICT— Continued.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 0 (a) :   Roads—Continued.
Brought forward  $177,488.23
Garrity  Creek    781.10
Kuskonook-Gray Creek   25,699.56
Cultus-Canyon Creek Trail   12,023.02
Settlers' roads   1,019.25
Winlaw Road (up Duck Creek)    245.20
Lister-Idaho Boundary   6,563.92
Reclamation Dyke   1,670.00
Bituminous surfacing   12,490.75
$237,981.03
Total, Capital Account—Roads   $238,267.92
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
Reg. No.
10-186. Crescent Valley   $15,924.63
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :  Bridges.
10-1. Arrow Creek   $3,133.29
16. Canyon Bridge over Goat River   7,961.68
50. Beaver Creek, Fruitvale   3,062.41
84. Kootenay A'alley   5,191.31
169. No. 13, Nelson-U.S. Boundary   3,143.04
196. Salmon River  (at Porcupine)    5,050.63,
$27,542.36
Total, Capital Account—Bridges       43,466.99
Vote 164—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Alice     $101.05
3. Arrow  150.00
4. Arrowsmith     228.70
11.  Bartholomew  400.00
17. Bonnington   201.85
18. Boswell-Kuskonook  361.63
19. Boswell-La  France  109.00
21. Boyer  126.75
27a. Campbell     364.65
29. Canyon-Porthill  774.00
32. Columbia Gardens   50.00
33. Columbia River   192.00
34. Corn Creek   250.00
35. Cory   100.00
36. Crawford Bay-Gray Creek   769.96
37. Creston-Erickson     200.00
38. Creston-Goatfell    2,061.22
40. Creston-Kuskonook   2,003.99
41. Creston-Lister   212.00
41a. Creston-Porthill     1,050.25
40. Creston-Summit Creek  436.00
43. Creston (west)  200.00
46. Duck  Creek    S0.20
48. East Robson (north)    400.03
49. Elsie Holmes   100.00
51. Erie Townsite  51.89
53. Filmer   597.00
56. Fruitvale-Columbia Gardens   83.00
58. Fruitvale Subdivision   398.20
63. Granite (upper)    625.00
64. Grav Creek-La France  403.40
69a. Hall   198.00
70. Harrop-Procter   1,474.32
Carried forward  $14,754.09 $281,734.91 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 109
CRESTON DISTRICT—Continued.
A'ote 164—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $14,754.09 $281,734.91
Reg. No.
71. Haskins  (east)     302.00
74. Hood     75.00
75. Hudson Bay   57.00
82. Leach     100.00
85. Lister Settlement   110.13
91. Marsden     100.00
99. McMurtrie    124.50
100. Nelson-Balfour     8.469.77
101. Nelson-Castlegar     9,102.28
102. Nelson-U.S. Boundary  7,626.96
104. Pass Creek   1,436.02
105. Porcupine  201.86
107. Procter Townsite   107.15
109. Queens Bay-Ainsworth   1,911.87
110. Queens Bay-Balfour    754.45
112. Reno     487.41
114. Rosebud Lake  377.95
118. Salmo streets   515.01
119. Salmo-Trail  1.692.57
121. Second Relief  362.1S
122. Sheep Creek   972.63
127. 6-Mile     464.00
128. Slocan River  951.20
131. Swanson    50.00
133. Trail-Pend d'Oreille   6,048.68
136. Waneta    75.00
138. Webster  73.25.
140. Wynndel  250.00
144. Ymir-Wilcox    S12.62
Sundry roads (units under $50)    310.75
271. Wolf  Creek    127.00
Sundry trails (units under $50)  84.00
Plant  and  tools    3,778.03
Camp equipment   316.53
New equipment   4,667.04
General Foreman  2,004.95
Auto  913.20
Total, Vote 164—Roads, Trails, etc       70,567.08
Vote 164—Bridges :   Maintenance.
16. Canyon     $58.50
20. Coulee  284.64
30. East Robson (north), No. 5   110.00
38. Flossie     864.99
39. Floyd  600.00
50. Beaver   Creek     93.70
53. Goat River  782.93
54. Grady  297.25
72. Hazel  1.063.17
73. Henderson     12651
75. Huscroft   66650
76. Kerr   150.00
77. Kidd     1,883.17
79. Kitchener  .... 350.00
84. Kootenay A'allev   500.00
120. Mosquito   1.137.28
122. Nelson-Balfour, No. 1   65.00
123. Nelson-Balfour, No. 2   50.00
125 Nelson-Balfour, No. 4   55.00
131. Nelson-Balfour, No. 10   127.83
139. Nelson-Castlegar, No. 1   302.04
140. Nelson-Castlegar, No. 2   249.23
Carried forward  $9,817.74 $352,301.99 T 110 PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1929-30.
CRESTON DISTRICT—Continued.
A'ote 164—Bridges:  Maintenance--Continued.
Brought forward  $9,817.74 $352,301.99
Reg. No.
143. Nelson-Castlegar, No. 5   529.00
145. Nelson-Castlegar, No. 7   394.57
146. Nelson-Castlegar, No. 8   50.00
147. Nelson-Castlegar, No. 9   289.52
152. Nelson-Castlegar, No. 14  75.00
161. Nelson-U.S. Boundary, No. 5   72.00
182. Nick's   100.37
215. .Salmo-Trail, No. 1   59.87
216. Salmo-Trail, No. 2   102.10
217. Salmo-Trail, No. 3   99.72
218. Salmo-Trail, No. 4  126.69
232. Sheep Creek, No. 2  50.00
233. Sheep Creek, No. 3   150.00
236. Sheep Creek, No. 6   50.00
237. Sheep Creek, No. 7   50.00
259. Slocan River, No. 1   870.71
260. Slocan River, No. 2   169.87
261. Slocan River, No. 3   104.48
273. Trail-Pend d'Oreille, No. 7  259.05
284. Wynndel  Gulch    400.00
Bridge over Kokanee Creek   375.00
Sundry bridges  (units under $50)   j  524.28
Total, Vote 164—Bridges : Maintenance        14,719.97
A'ote 164—Ferries.
Kootenay River  :  $7,614.29
Harrop-Longbeach    5,830.60
Slocan River  (at Slocan Park)     60.00
Total, Vote 164—Ferries        13,504.89
A'ote 164—Traffic Operation (inclining Snow-removal Service).
29. Canyon-Porthill     $56.50
38.  Creston-Goatfell     195.-05
40.  Creston-Kuskonook     144.95
63. Granite   (upper)  95.56
70. Harrop-Procter   260.00
100. Nelson-Balfour     606.87
101. Nelson-Castlegar   869.42
102. Nelson-U.S.  Boundary    1,814.90
105. Porcupine Creek   67.25
109. Queens Bay-Ainsworth   152.85
110. Queens  Bay-Balfour    71.15
119. Salmo-Trail    245.73
122. Sheep Creek   178.50
128. Slocan  River    248.43
133. Trail-Pend d'Oreille   531.79
Sundry roads  (units under $50)    148.69
Total, Vote 164—Traffic Operation  (including Snow-removal Service)         5,687.64
Vote 136—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
Roads.
Reeves-McDonald Mines   $355.20
Erie Group   96.05
Porcupine Creek  -  40.00
Kokanee Creek  (West Fork)    375.00
Wild Horse Creek   700.00
Goodenough   79.00
Reno    350.00
Porcupine (South Fork)    200.00
Forty-nine Creek   235.75
Carried forward  $2,431.00 $3S6,214.49 CRESTON DISTRICT— Continued.
Vote 136—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary—Continued.
Brought forward       $2,431.00 $386,214.49
Roads—Continued.
Porto Rico Mine   149.60
Morning and Evening Mineral Claims   349.35
Trail-Pend d'Oreille   1,491.95
Second Relief   494.35
Dundee Mine  18.00
Alfred Group   100.00
Trails.
Iva Fern   1,000.00
AVisconsin Group   500.00
Humming Bird  50.00
Systrtick   50.00
Bayonne Camp    417.65
Orehill  50.00
Goat Creek   100.00
Bayonne-Cultus Canyon   901.95
North Wind Group   249.37
Rover Creek-Whitewater   335.12
Total, A'ote 136—"Mines Development Act," Supplementary          8,688.34
Total expenditure, Creston District   $394,902.83
DELTA DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Reg. No.
23a. Bear Creek Fill   $1,349.32
23a. Cub Creek Fill   1,328.30
23a. Trans-Provincial Highway  (revision of Clayton Hill)    868.30
23a. Yale Road (survey)   47.52
$3,593.44
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
40b. Boundary Bay   $716.70
Ladner Marsh  1,388.38
69b. McLellan     5.2S8.37
71b. McLellan '.  4,825.16
18b. Scott     7,712.33
23a. Trans-Provincial Highway  (Clayton-Langley Section)     65,636.80
23a. Trans-Provincial Highway  (surfacing)  3,055.97
9a. Trans Provincial Highway (Langley Prairie-Brown Road Section)  4,433.70
Delta  (surveys)    697.43
$93,754.84
Total, Capital Account—Roads  :     $97,348.28
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 («) :   Local Roads
within Organized Territory.
Latimer  $300.00
Road at Blaine (Coast meridian)         8,039.22
Total, Capital Account—Local Roads within Organized Territory         8,339.22
Capital Accounct—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
Barnston Island    $198.67
Total, Capital Account—Bridges  198.67
Carried forward  $105,886.17 	
T 112 PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1929-30.
DELTA DISTRICT— Continued.
Brought forward  $105,886.17
A'ote 164—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
40b. Boundary Bay   $661.50
69b. McLellan   78.90
24a. Pacific Highway   1,817.11
17b. Semiamo    532.48
18b. Scott    484.46
23a. Trans-Provincial Highway  ,  3,883.74
9a. Trans-Provincial Highway   8,350.31
Barnston Island roads   1,082.79
Hunter and Sunnyside   289.39
Plant and tools   6,613.25
Sundry roads   27.80
Total, Vote 164—Roads, Trails, etc       23,821.73
Vote 164—Bridges :   Maintenance.
Barnston Island  $52.00
7. Bertrand  316.60
9. Campbell River   198 61
Bridges generally   775.15
Total, Vote 164—Bridges :   Maintenance          1,342.39
Vote 165—Local Bridges within Organized Territory.
10. Canoe Pass      $13,142.55
Total, Vote 165—Local Bridges within Organized Territory        13,142.55
Vote 165—Local Roads within Organized Territory.
Bear Creek Settlement   $698.36
Total, Vote 165—Local Roads within Organized Territory   698.36
A'ote 161—Ferries.
Barnston  Island         $4,027.90
Total, Vote 164—Ferries          4,027.90
A'ote 164—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service).
Delta (snow-removal, etc.)   $146.10
Total, Vote 164—Traffic Operation  (including Snow-removal  Service)  146.10
Total expenditure,  Delta District    $149,065.20
DEAVDNEY DISTRICT.
Capital Account— " B.C. Loan Act, 1927," Sec. 6  (a):   Roads.
Nicomen Island Highway Protection (Section 1)      $30,474.89
Less refund, Ioeo-Port Moody Road Railway Crossing          8,925.71
$21,549.18
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Hyde and Buker  $190.73
McNeill Extension  1.097.76
Nicomen Island Highway Protection (Section 2)   46,311.24
Nicomen Island Highway Protection  (Section 3)    7,999.44
Nicomen Island Highway Protection (Section 4)   1,372.79
Carried forward     $26,971.96 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
T 113
Reg.
25a.
30a.
DEWDNEY DISTRICT— Continued.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 («,) :  Roads—Continued.
Brought forward  $26,971.96
No.
Nicomen Island Highway Protection (Section 3)   (survey)   262.40
Nicomen Island Highway Protection (Section 8)   8,831.65
Peart Bridge Fill   3,415.74
Stave River Cut-off  86.78
Stave River Cut-off   781.02
Warehouse-site-Deroche     2,618.54
General surveys   2,296.63
$75,264.72
Capital Account— " B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a):   Roads.
28a. Dewdney Trunk Road (Pitt River Bridge-Haney)    $54,051.20
25a. Dewdney Trunk Road (Haney-Kanaka)    7,842.94
25a. Dewdney Trunk Road  (Albion-Whonnock)     78,477.55
25a. Dewdney Trunk Road (Whonnock-Ruskin)     85,889.65
30a.  Dewdney Trunk Road   (bituminous  surfacing)     5,543.67
30a. Dewdney Trunk Road  (Silver Creek-Mission)    25,402.83
33a. Dewdney Trunk Road (Section Ia, bituminous surfacing)   10.277.65
34a. Dewdney Trunk Road  (Section 1, bituminous surfacing)    4,572.30
26a. Dewdney Trunk Road  (Section 2, bituminous surfacing)    2,998.00
74b. Harris  (bituminous surfacing)    4,688.38
81b. loco-Port Moody (bituminous surfacing)   1,658.30
Nicomen Island Highway Protection   (Section 1)     67,229.56
Nicomen Island Highway Protection (Section 8) (Dewdney Trunk Road) 44,538.64
Nicomen Island Highway (right-of-way, etc.)    76,311.26
Nicomen Island Highway Protection  (Section 5)    125,835.55
Nicomen Island Highway Protection  (Section 6)    19,247.89
Nicomen Island Highway Protection  (Section 6)   (survey)    1,466.18
New Road, Hartley's Farm   1,497,70
29a. Washington  Street   (bituminous surfacing)     2.684.46
29a. Washington Street  (paving)    26,938.58
General surveys  10,655.58
$657,807.87
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 («) :   Local Roads
within Organized Territory.
Arterial Highway—Pitt River Bridge West through Port Coquitlam and
Coquitlam Municipality         $2,345.96
Total, Capital Account—Roads   $756,967.73
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Local Bridges
within Organized Territory.
Approaches to Alouette River Bridge        $2,260.56
Townline Road Bridge over Alouette River          8,069.51
Total, Capital Account—Local Bridges within Organized Territory        10,330.07
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (o) :   Bridges.
41. Pitt  River       $11,582.89
Total, Capital Account—Bridges        11,582.89
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Protection
of Highways.
Hyde and Buker Road      $16,336.46
McDonald Break          2,787.75
Total, Capital Account—Protection of Highways        19,124.21
Carried forward  $798,004.90 T 114
PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1929-30.
DEAVDNEY DISTRICT— Continued.
Brought forward _  $798,004.90
Vote 164—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Reg. No. Trails, and Streets.
1. Athey   $191.25
56. Brooks  1,201.94
57. Catherwood   168.39
42b. Clark   962.70
5. Dale   461.92
6. Davis   132.30
73b. Dewdney Trunk     3,695.16
77b. Dewdney Trunk     2,857.20
34a. Dewdney Trunk  (Section 1)   1,653.73
33a. Dewdney Trunk  (Section Ia)     3,694.61
26a. Dewdney Trunk  (Section 2)     3,878.53
28a. Dewdney Trunk  (Section 4)      5,789.75
25a. Dewdney Trunk  (Section 5)     8.281.59
30a. Dewdney Trunk  (Section 6)     8.434.31
7ii. Dewdney Trunk  (Section 7)     9,320.23
7i. Dewdney Trunk  (Section 8)     3,111.89
7J. Dewdney Trunk  (Section 9)     .'.  3,443.16
7k. Dewdney Trunk  (Section 10)     369.38
8. Deroche  162.88
11. Farms   1,655.57
Hartley   510.15
13. Hawkins-Pickles    1.041.12
74b. Harris   289.95
75b. Hammond  136.75
38a. Home and Harbour   1,319.70
16. loco-Port Moody  346.50
81b. loco-Port Moody  1,493.17
51. Ioeo-Belcarra     124.25
17. Ioeo-jSunnyside    858.96
48. loco Townsite   712.45
18. Johnston    1,320.19
19. Jones  60.50
20. Kilpatrick   278.43
21. Knowles  443.83
22. Malcolm     182.63
24. McDonald Landing   96.40
54. McNeill  398.35
79b. McNeill  274.17
30. Nicomen Island Trunk  2.637.41
78b. North Harris   107.47
33. North Nicomen   826.85
25a. Ontario    1,624.63
25a. River     12,020.96
64. Ruttan   339.07
67. Ross   198.25
38. Salvaster     2,811.35
41. Stave Lake   2,061.59
42. Sterling   482.40
55. Smith   237.37
43. Taylor    229.61
44. Thompson   155.75
Trail to Marcus Cox  247.26
45. Tremblay     73.00
47. Upper Pitt    330.S5
29a. Washington   '.  1,342.75
58. Youngston     61.25
Coquitlam Warehouse  365.59
Deroche Warehouse   666.32
Haney Warehouse    1,123.67
Mission Warehouse  416.82
Material   817.63
Plant and tools   6.461.96
Sundry roads   180.84
Total, A'ote 164—Roads, Trails, etc     105,174.70
Carried forward  $903,179.60 ■ ■■'■-.... . ,-  ■
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 115
DEWDNEY DISTRICT— Continued.
Brought forward  $903,179.60
Vote 165—Local Roads within Organized Territory.
Alouette River Bridge       $1,919.16
Townline Road Bridge (filling approaches)    864.25
Thatcher Bridge Fill  636.35
Total, Vote 165—Local Roads within Organized Territory          3,419.76
A'ote 164—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service).
Dewdney  (snow-removal)         $2,132.48
Dewdney (snow-removal equipment)           1,180.19
Total, A'ote 164—Traffic Operation  (including Snow-removal Service)         3,312.67
A'ote 164—Bridges :   Miaintenance.
Reg. No.
1. Aliceville   $1,506.61
138. Dale, No. 1     346.00
139. Dale, No. 2  336.88
66. %-Mile    417.59
137. Judd   203.41
106-1. Mission, C.P.R  11,304.13
154. Nicomen  197.19
14. Peart Gulch   52.28
41. Pitt River   2,205.10
157. Tom   311.30
Sundry bridges (units under $50)    305.07
Total, Vote 164—Bridges :   Maintenance  17,185.56
Vote 136—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
Trail to Marcus Cox's molybdenite claims  $499.00
Katanga Group Trail, Scott Creek   100.00
Total, Vote 136—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary   599.00
Total expenditure, Dewdney District   $927,696.59
ESQUIMALT DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1927," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
Jordan River  $83.78
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
Goldstream   (improvements)       $4,698.96
Jordan River   12.51
,711.47
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Malahat   (widening)     $64,167.19
Jordan River (widening)   22,123.47
Jordan River Diversion   55,811.75
Old Trunk  10,397.85
West Coast   30,053.41
Settlers' roads  (various)    7,251.58
Industrial (Wilfert)   8,238.27
Shawnigan Lake (west)    11,097.73
Sooke (west end)     3,515.05
Gillespie Extension  2,332.44
Rocky Point  (widening)  1.387.63
Carried forward  $216,376.37 ESQUIMALT DISTRICT— Continued.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads—Continued.
Brought forward  $216,376.37
East  Sooke  6,956.63
Parkinson (Point Renfrew)    1.037.89
Island (Point Renfrew)   500.00
Atkins Diversion   0,512.70
Mill Bay Ferry  7,530.73
Bilston Creek (bridge approaches)   4,457.53
Bituminous surfacing  50,951.62
$294,329.47
Total, Capital Account—Roads   $299,124.72
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
C.N.R. under-crossing, Gillespie Road (Department proportion)    $3,620.58
Deer Creek   2,510.20
Bilston  3,350.73
Harris Cove, San Juan River   11,278.32
Harris Cove (preliminary work)    4,753.34
Skookum Creek :  13,714.81
AVest Coast Road bridges (5)   7,665.35
Sandstone Creek   3,737.68
Sheerwood   1,441.03
Mill Bay Ferry Road   971.90
Total, Capital Account—Bridges        53,043.94
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) : AViiarves.
Mill Bay Ferry   $28,794.86
Total, Capital Account—Wharves        28,794.86
A'ote 164—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
1.  Albert  Head    $159.62
3. Atkins     134.05
6. Admiral's   104.30
193. Arbutus    129.00
15. Belmont    292.50
19. Beresford   73.50
207. Butler   246.62
202. Blythwood   200.75
26. Cameron-Taggart     103.24
28. Chapman   (old)     121.50
33.  Church   241.38
35. Craigflower     111.35
38. Deacon   220.00
45. Dunford   64.10
47. East Sooke   1,022.73
48. Elliott     155.00
219. Empress Avenue   68.87
50. Finlavson Arm   220.00
51. Fisher   559.62
186. Forrest   54.10
150. Fitzgerald     204.10
58. Grant    135.25
61. Goldstream     695.80
66. Gillespie  386.65
68. Halhead   419.95
69. Happv A'alley   383.21
188. Hillbank   111.35
73. Helmcken   204.01
76. Island Highway  13,046.94
77. Island   439.64
Carried forward  $20,309.13 $380,963.52 ESQUIMALT DISTRICT— Continued.
A'ote 164—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $20,309.13 $380,963.52
Reg. No.
79. Jordan River   3,165.27
81. Katlazin   86.50
82. Kemp    100.00
84. Koksilah-Riverside  456.73
80. Lafortune  277.74
87. Lagoon   525.00
90. Latoria   257.74
93. Leigh     273.00
95. Lighthouse   112.36
99. Metchosin     501.76
100. Metchosin Cross   178.92
101. Millstream   2,026.05
102. Millstream Lake   641.08
111. Muir Avenue   112.44
112. Munn     259.60
113. Murray   187.20
178. Meredith     55.00
199. Mellor   519.50
116. Otter Point   1,216.41
117. Old Trunk   4,550.41
120. Phillips  312.80
129. Parkinson  1,136.01
173. Pendray   60.00
195. Plowright  335.90
130. Quarantine     246.66
132. Rocky Point  1,064.99
133. Ross-Durrance   1,193.95
179. Rainbow   71.13
130. San Juan  (west)   300.00
140. Shepperd  110.00
141. Shawnigan-Mdll Bay   412.75
145. Sawver   174.25
147. Sooke  4,698.72
148. Sooke River   642,75
149. Station  69.00
151. Swannick  55.00
155. Telegraph  403.87
156. Thain    412.87
157. Thetis Lake   528.65
198.  A'iew Royal Avenue  122.69
160. Whitty-Tappan     67.50
162. Whiffen Spit   537.25
163. Whisky Point   100.00
192. West Coast   112.00
190.  Shawnigan Lake  (west)  760.39
197.  Witty Beach   150.25
196. Wilfert    1,015.87
219. Cannery Trail   358.12
211. Brown Trail   87.50
212. School Trail  103.86
214. "Grasshopper  217.25
Sundry roads (units under $50)   1.045.14
Material Account  2,363.38
Plant and tools   15,365.15
Roads generally    362.50
Snow-removal Account   380.29
Equipment Fund   3,958.50
Supervision—
General Foreman   2,848.08
Auto Account   897.64
Launch     83.12
Total, A'ote 164—Roads, Trails, etc       78,977.62
Carried forward  $459,941.14 T 118
PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1929-30.
ESQUIMALT DISTRICT— Continued.
Brought forward  $459,941.14
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Vote 164—Bridges :   Maintenance.
Reg. No.
Sandstone  (wrecking)
13- 74. Albert Head 	
13- 60. Jordan River 	
13- 94. Sooke Road 	
13- 91. Sooke Road 	
13- 97. Sooke Road 	
13-155. Donaldson  	
13- 57. Jordan River Road 	
13- 89. Sooke Road 	
13- 59. Jordan River Road 	
13-125. Niagara   (removal)   	
13-126. Arbutus   (removal)   	
Sundry bridges  (units under $50)
$231.75
2,347.48
2.052.77
1,159.19
908.04
829.65
157.07
1.242.15
164.00
383.75
685.73
192.00
809.14
Total, A'ote 164—Bridges :   Maintenance        11,162.72
A'ote 164—Traffic Operation  (including Snow-removal Service).
Expenditure 	
$115.41
Total, A'ote 164—Traffic Operation  (including Snow-removal Service).
115.41
Total expenditure, Esquimalt District  $471,219.27
FERNIE DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
2. AVardner-Gateway        $2,002.95
1.
1.
2.
13.
42.
52.
100.
127.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 0 (a) :  Roads.
Trans-Provincial Highway   (Hosmer-AA'ardner)     $9
Trans-Provincial Highway  (Crowsnest Diversion)    18.
  3
  5
  1
AA'ardner-Gateway
Fernie—Coal Creek 	
Bull River  (north)   	
Akamina A'alley 	
Corbin    	
Cedar A'alley  	
Elk A'alley roads	
Kootenay-Columbia River Highway
Roads south of Jaffray 	
Roads south of Elko 	
30.
5.
3
8
1
4
222.70
013.59
,036.20
,537.96
,000.17
800.42
,946.60
.000.00
,508.84
.376.8S
,009.80
192.88
$91,246.04
Total, Capital Account—Roads 	
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
8. Elkmouth .
33. Bull River
$1,810.19
16,437.24
$18,247.43
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 («) :   Bridges.
7. Phillips   	
8. Elkmouth	
52. Wilson Creek	
$93,24S.99
S4. Round Prairie
$1,052.99
1,934.68
6,230.04
6,961.20
$16,178.91
Total, Capital Account—Bridges        34,420.34
Carried forward  $127,675.33 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 119
FERNIE DISTRICT— Continued.
Brought forward  $127,675.33
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Protection
Reg. No. <» Highways.
1. Trans-Provincial Highway (Natal)   $1,420.90
1. Trans-Provincial Highway (Mile 3)   358.25
1. Trans Provincial Highway (Mile 7)   4,005.92
1. Trans-Provincial Highway (Mile 11.5)   263.25
Total, Capital Account—Protection of Highways         6,048.32
A'ote 164—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Trans-Provincial Highway  $20,824.48
2. Wardner-Gateway   885.62
3. Elko-Roosville   1,168.38
4. Elk Valley  898.65
6. Bull River (south)    119.00
10. Elko-Waldo   51.15
13. Fernie-Coal Creek  '.  933.27
17. Mansfield   75.00
19. Flathead Valley   355.78
30. Elko-South Forks   80.00
31. Fort Steele-AVild Horse   703.62
34. Lewis Creek   477.00
47. McDougall  141.60
48. Mans Creek   116.00
52. Akamina A'alley   702.25
54. McGuire   99.00
55. Fernie Cemetery  122.00
78. Eimer   .'  265.80
92. Beaver Street, West Fernie   104.00
93. Kootenay-Columbia  4,665.17
94. Kootenay-Columbia    3,807.77
99. Rock Lake  81.00
105. Bridge Road (Fort Steele)   126.00
121. Hill   308.50
123.  Spreull    82.80
125. Cosserini  51.00
120. Firstel  75,00
132. Loon Lake   57.12
Sundry roads (units under $50)    474.43
Plant and tools   2,130.13
Total, A'ote 164—Roads, Trails, etc       39,981.52
A'ote 164—Bridges c   Maintenance.
1. Michel  Prairie     $612.28
2. Hosmer  104.50
5. Morrissey     342.63
7. Phillips  124.13
8. Elkmouth  713.49
10. Old  Town    495.42
12. Michel  911.03
17. Newgate Slough  61.50
32. Little Bull  803.94
52. Wilson Creek  193.25
55.  Fairy Creek  772.14
58. Elk Log Channel  322.23
62. Barn   1.460.13
69. Big Sand Creek  1,532.71
77. Hosmer Creek  1,457.60
93. Hartley Creek   829.58
116. Sand Creek   106.20
118. Bull River Side-hill   218.90
120. Johnson   533.14
153. Hosmer School  386,90
Sundry bridges  (units under $50)   239.77
Total, Vote 164—Bridges :   Maintenance        12,222.07
Carried forward  $185,927.24 T 120 PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1929-30.
FERNIE DISTRICT— Continued.
Brought forward  $185,927.24
A'ote 164—Traffic Operation  (including Snow-removal Service).
Snow-ploughing   $4,832.06
Snow-removal equipment   3,060.00
Total, Vote 164—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service)         7,892.06
A'ote 136—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
Kootenay-Selkirk Mines   $250.00
Total, A'ote 136—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary   250.00
Total expenditure, Fernie District   $194,069.30
FORT GEORGE DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 0 (a) :   Roads.
Cariboo  :     $30,157.30
Davie Lake-Summit Lake   1,637.89
Fort George-Hazelton  13,715.39
Fort George-Giseome   5,188.96
Prince George-Aleza Lake  34,532.21
Aleza Lake-Longworth  ,  S2,174.62
Dunster-Raush A'alley    656.50
Shelley South   4,096.14
McBride-Dunster  '.  5,366.81
Peace River roads   57,951.24
Total, Capital Account—Roads   $235,477.00
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
Reg. No.
20. Buffalo    $2,514.20
108. Fox   480.32
171. Harper   415.12
220.  Graveyard  Creek     295.13
454. Hoffstrom     676.50
552. Haight    1,257.23
554. Henderson   592.30
569. Sunset :  510.00
025. Mounsey   686.50
697. Big Creek  3,684.65
800. Carling   1,410.14
SOL Dawson  1,159.37
Total, Capital Account—Bridges       13,681.46
A'ote 104—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Aleza Lake-Newlands   $177.00
7. McBride Main Street   1,489.49
11. Davies     90.00
14. Dome Creek-Kidd   200.00
15 Wright Creek  322.00
17. Dunster—Raush Valley   897.22
23. Fort George-Blackwater  1,047.50
24. Fort George-Chief Lake   2,735.27
25 Cariboo  7,919.37
20. Fort George-Hazelton   8,219.39
27. Fort George-Giseome   1,793.63
30. Foreman   470.50
32. Goose Country   536.00
35. Giscome  (south)     1,361.04
37. Guay   68.00
Carried forward     $27,326.41 $249,158.5: FORT GEORGE DISTRICT— Continued.
A'ote 104—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, AjND Streets —Continued.
Brought forward  $27,326.41 $249,158.52
Reg. No.
40. Red Roek-Fraser Canyon  164.00
41. Evasko  109.50
42. Young  791.00
43. Hoffercamp     100.50
45. Kelley   301.00
47. Longworth  (south)     012.15
50. McBride-Cariboo   169.76
51. McBride  (east)     689.18
52. Nichol-Isle Pierre   2,039.89
53. McBride-Dunster  989.81
54. Mud River Valley (south)   1.825.58
57. Nichol  56.00
58. Ness Lake  1,525.63
60. Buckhorn  276.30
62. Muralt     69.00
69. Ellis  144.00
72. Cadieux  058.25
73. Willow River-Giscome Portage   211.50
74. AVillow River  1,062.00
75. West Lake-Fraser River  74.50
84. Croydon-Dunster   227.00
85. Bevier  '.  1,914.34
88. Allen  108.00
90. Murch Lake  728.00
94. Erickson   754.75
104. Shelley   (south)  2,304.26
106. Fort George-Yellowhead    73.00
111. Mount Robson  8,256.28
113. Adams .'  100.00
116. Hammond  78.00
117. Tete Jaune (east)    106.00
118. Marcoll  97.50
120. Croydon (east)  64.00
123. Newlands  (north)   .-  343.63
124. Miworth (west)   162.00
127. Anderson    '.  84.00
131. McGaghran    119.75
136. Hornby   50.00
139. Keen   645.00
140. Johnson     160.00
141. Pooley   119.82
142. Bendixon    173.00
147. Cummings    401.00
149. Bellos   3,490.50
152. Channell    101.00
167. Hutchinson  60.00
1GS. MeLarty  570.13
Peace River roads  9,869.32
Sundry roads   227.66
Material   1,044.77
Camp equipment  163.79
Plant  8,743.77
Stable  212.48
Supervision  3,191.72
Supervision, auto  402.53
Total, A'ote 164—Roads, Trails, etc       84,348.96
A'ote 164—Bridges :  Maintenance.
89. Nechako  $1,144.70
105. Salmon River   406.93
135. Fraser River (Dunstcr)  !  187.32
140. Squirrel   444.75
Carried forward  $2,183.70 $333,507.48 .
T 122
PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1929-30.
FORT GEORGE DISTRICT— Continued.
A'ote 164—Bridges :  Maintenance—CoH.mweil
Brought forward  $2,183.70 $333,507.48
Reg. No.
213. Bateman     174.99
333. McBride, No. 1   291.53
334. McBride, No. 2  107.30
508. Black     76.00
638. Morgan  124.00
090. McKenzie     124.00
698. McLean     364.55
699. Bay   1.964.81
700. Boulder Creek  1,713.66
701. Teneko    651.50
702. Sawkins   788.81
703. Ringland     1,242.38
704. Gravel Creek   515.08
705. Beaver Dam  538.17
706. Bellos    484.19
707. Johnson    688.23
2-Mile  76.00
Canyon Creek   94.00
Dawson Creek   659.67
DeWitter    70.00
Swan Lake  364.05
Tea Creek   446.75
Saskatoon Creek  323.71
Fish  Creek    360.00
Sundry  bridges    7,641.24
Total, A'ote 164—Bridges :   Maintenance        22,068.32
A'ote 164—Ferries.
3. Indian Reserve   $1,507.84
8. Taylor Flats ,  3,766.20
9. Isle Pierre  1,225.43
10. Shelley    1,343.49
11. Cariboo  '.  624.35
12. Crovdon    465.65
13. Halfway River   378.20
Total, Vote 104—Ferries          9,311.16
A'ote 164—Traffic Operation  (including Snow-removal Service).
25. Cariboo     $640.10
20. Fort George-Hazelton   190.55
27. Fort George-Giseome   162.80
Peace River roads   11,970.00
Sundry  roads  514.16
Total, A'ote 164—Traffic Operation (including Snow removal Service)       13,477.61
A'ote 165—Local Bridges within Organized Territory.
694. Cache Slough  $1,227.61
Total, Vote 165—-Local Bridges within Organized Territory          1,227.61
A'ote 136—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
Finlay River to Ferguson Mine  $1,500.00
Total, A'ote 136—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary          1,500.00
Total expenditure, Fort George District   $381,092.18 	
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
T 123
GRAND FORKS-GREENWOOD DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Reg. No.
4. Bridesville Summit-Santa Rosa Summit   $43,854.03
4. Bridesville Summit-Rock Creek Canyon   1,249.49
17. Christina Lake (east)   4,491.38
30. Franklin     14,497.68
Italy Creek  1,799.82
Kelowna-Carmi    3,272.09
Penticton-Carmi  665.35
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $69,830.44
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
25. Cascade  (upper)     $80.00
41. First Street, Grand Forks   17,484.90
90. Nicholson  12,222.75
Total, Capital Account—Bridges        29,7S7.65
A'ote 164—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Anaconda, No. 7   $52.50
3. Baker Creek   31.50
4. Bridesville-Santa Rosa   18,076.70
0.  Beaverdeil Station  898.50
8. Boundary Creek  278.25
9. Bridesville-Molson  33.00
10. Camp McKinney-Rock Creek   141.25
12. Carmi-McCulloch  155.90
14. Cascade-Laurier  200.00
15. Cascade-Paulson     45.00
17. Christina Lake (east)   176.86
IS.  Christina Lake  (west)     25.50
19. Deadwood     166.00
30. Grand Forks-Franklin   2,855.11
31. Grand Forks-Hardy Mountain  154.99
32. Grand Forks-Lynch Creek Hotel   800.63
33. Greenwood-Phoenix  239.49
Italy Creek   701.90
40. Kerr Creek   364.12
41. Kettle River (east)   20.12
42. Kettle River (main)  ,  3,532.24
43. Kettle River (west)    3,071.97
45. Long Lake-Jewel Mine   18.75
46. Lynn Creek  324.37
47. McCarren Creek  441.25
49. M yers  Creek    150.62
50. Mill Creek-Grand Forks  790.61 .
51. Moody Creek-Cascade   9.50
52. Morrissey Creek   (east)  203.75
54. Nicholson Creek  288.25
57.  Phoenix-Greenwood   (north)     140.00
59. Pass Creek-Rock Candy  76.94
60. Rice Creek   52.50
61. Rock Creek-Myncaster  175.00
62. Rock Mountain-Myncaster  -.  38.91
63. Rock Mountain-Bridesville   42.00
64. Rock Mountain roads   81.00
66. Sutherland Creek   673.56
65. A'alley roads  (south)     156.25
69. A'alley roads  (west)     50.00
70. A'ernon-Edgewood    119.38
71. AVallace Mountain   4,049.32
22a. Primary Highway, City of Grand Forks   1,734.90
Sundry roads   992.13
Supervision (Foreman's wages and expenses)    2,582.00
Auto A-28 (gasoline, repairs, etc.)   609.06
Carried forward  $46,421.58    $99,618.09 	
	
T 124
PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1929-30.
GRAND FORKS-GREENWOOD DISTRICT— Continued.
A'ote 164—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward     $46,421.58    $99,618.09
Auto A-16 (gasoline, repairs, etc.)   25.85
Plant and tools (trucks, tractors, and tools)   9,941.95
Material  275.65
Total, A'ote 164—Roads, Trails, etc       56,665.03
-a       XT A'ote 164—Bridges :  Maintenance.
K.EG.   NO.
4. Bear   $62.25
5. Beaver   33.50
6. Beaverdeil  13.33
7. Blue Joint   32.50
8. Blythe  416.08
10. Boundary, Nos. 1, 2, and 3   259.12
15. Brown Creek   164.68
18. Camp McKinney    149.82
20. Cannon (Canyon Creek)   199.00
21. Carmi   86.35
22. Caron   32.60
23. Carson     190.10
24. Cascade   (lower)     111.02
25. Cascade  (upper)     118.49
28. Christina    89.08
30. Cooper     78.00
33. Deep Creek, No. 1   63.59
38. East Fork of North Fork   18.00
40. Eholt     291.92
41. First Street, Grand Forks (temporary)    3,047.98
44. Fourth of Julv  65.47
40. Franklin     344.93
51. Hardy  190.02
53. High Bridge (old)   59.60
53. High Bridge   5,979.17
55. Ingram   56.00
Jones     43.00
61. Kettle River   22.29
62. Knappen     18.00
64. Lynch Creek   284.80
87. Midway     109.50
Moody Creek  113.72
89. Murray  123.86
Myncaster, No. 1   74.50
Myncaster, No. 2   75.00
90. Nicholson   63.40
Oulette   321.35
Overhead  20.00
Richter   10.00
100. Rock Creek. No. 1  72.93
101. Rock Creek, No. 2   18.00
Schulli    76.47
Smelter  117.00
Snowball    40.50
107. Spalding   105.99
110. Suspension     134.90
115. Wadell    385.28
116. Wartman  134.95
117. Westbridge  517.76
118. White Cabin  995.86
Workman  30.00
123. Yale     115.66
126. Castle   154.93
127. Savage     130.00
Sundry bridges   224.32
Total, A'ote 164—Bridges :   Maintenance        16,692.57
Carried forward  $172,975.69 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 125
GRAND FORKS-GREENWOOD DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward :   $172,975.69
A'ote 164—Traffic Operation  (including Snow-removal Service).
Bridesville-Santa Rosa, No. 4   $1,028.86
Crossing, Mile 86   2.99
Franklin, No. 30  255.25
Hardy  Mountain  ,  37.50
Lynch Creek Hotel   24.62
Wallace Mountain  255.85
Frink snow-plough   1,100.05
Total, A'ote 164—Traffic Operation  (including Snow-removal Service)         2,705.12
A'ote 136—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
Bell-Highland Lass   $399.45
Bounty Claim   250.00
Cedar Creek  200.00
Donkey Group   125.00
Highland Lass  188.80
Humming Bird   250.00
Imperial Group  75.00
Lightning Peak   2,184.40
Little Joe   50.00
Main AVallace Mountain   984.31
Sally, Revenge, and Highland Lass  4,000.00
Sally, AVallace Mountain to Revenge No. 2 Tunnel   400.00
Total, A'ote 136—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary         9,106.96
Total expenditure, Grand Forks-Greenwood District   $184,787.77
ISLANDS DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Beacon Avenue   $12,982.61
Queens Avenue  1,052.75
Main Road  (Gabriola)   2,478.00
North End (main)   (Galiano)   1,012.40
Bedwell Harbour   5-05.08
Beaver Point-Beddis   3,000.14
Hill-Brantford   986.45
Musgrave's      2,984.11
Aldridge   476.05
Cemetery  (Galiano)     396.41
Sidney  sidewalks   2.944.24
Machinery-sheds   1,385.22
Bituminous surfacing  12,919.22
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $43,122.68
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
Purdy     $716.78
Total, Capital Account—Bridges   716.78
A'ote 164—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
4. Beacon Avenue   $167.34
5. Bazan Bay Avenue   273.96
6. Birch     2.148.71
7. Breed's Cross   422.70
8. Centre     174.43
10. Chalet   808.75
13. Downey     2,353.33
Carried forward  $6,349.22    $43,839.46 	
T 126
PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1929-30.
ISLANDS DISTRICT— Continued.
A'ote 164—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $6,349.22    $43,839.46
Reg. No.
14. East Saanich   2,515.80
15. Horth's Cross   231.73
10. Henry Avenue  177.83
18. Madrona Drive   544.29
19. Marine Drive   327.59
20. Oakland Avenue   96.38
21. School Cross   538.99
22. West Saanich   1,951.95
23. Thomas Crossing   82.00
26. Beaufort   75.00
30. Queens Avenue  356.23
33. Second Street   292.23
34. Third Street   232.52
35. Fourth Street   221.46
36. Fifth Street :  180.38
39. Centre  745.21
40. Coast     727.96
42. East     736.01
45. Main     599.32
57. South End  (main)     900.92
58. North End   (main)      927.47
62.  Cape  Horn    97.03
64. Deacon  160.28
65. Dixon   78.35
70. Horton Bay   302.20
71. Main   398.20
72. Point Comfort  405.07
73. Simpson   154.78
74. Bedwell Harbour  562.99
80. Hope Bay   299.88
81. Hoosen's   67.75
82. James Point  :  374.48
83. Otter Bay    60.00
85.  Port AA'ashington     295.00
89. Otter Bay (south)   55.85
90. Boulder     194.62
94. Deep Bay  278.21
95. Page Point   91.00
100. Nixon  167.49
102. Thetis   172.62
105. Atkins  97.15
106. Beddis  219.70
107. Beaver Point   1,212.00
108. Broadwell     67.95
111. Baker's   129.25
113. Cranberry     349.84
116. Divide  6,730.02
118. Duke's     207.20
121. Ganges  (lower)    1,596.57
122. Ganges  (upper)  468.80
124. Hill-Brantford   682.70
135. North End   450.72
138. Rainbow  296.49
142. Rosman     171.85
143. Scott   640.67
151. Vesuvius     104.50
152. Walker-Hook  217.87
156. Bradley-Dyne   182.96
157. Swartz Bay  213.30
159. Meadlands  156.50
165. Village Bay   108.50
169. Hereford  128.15
170. Isabella Point   133.37
Carried forward     $37,592.35    $43,839.46 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 127
ISLANDS DISTRICT— Continued.
A'ote 164—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $37,592.35    $43,839.46
Reg. No.
176. Lyall Harbour    311.73
179. Mount Baker  131.69
192. Meldram  - -  158.75
205. Churchill    109.25
209. Claton   80.92
306. Lighthouse Trail    207.58
Sidney sidewalks  105.11
Sundry roads (units under $50)    407.79
Plant and tools   13,221.39
Supervision—■
General Foreman   2,909.24
Office   1,961.13
Auto A-49   290.14
Launch    280.18
Total, A'ote 164—Roads, Trails, etc       57,773.25
A'ote 164—Bridges :  Maintenance.
4. Walters   $237.75
7. Chalmers     204.60
10. Fulford   114.45
22. Purdy   288.48
23. Odberg    54.00
26. Morgan's   155.00
45. Blackburn     92.50
52. Cusheon Creek   308.33
Total, A'ote 164—Bridges :  Maintenance          1,455.11
A'ote 164—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service).
Expenditure    $117.25
Total, A'ote 164—Traffic Operation  (including Snow-removal Service)  117.25
Total expenditure, Islands District   $103,185.07
KAMLOOPS DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 192S," Sec. 6 (a):   Roads.
41. Kamloops-Savona-Cache  Creek         $1,532.93
75.  Kamloops-North Thompson  Extension    2,496.99
40. Kamloops-Nicola-Merritt   398.35
$4,428.27
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
19. Columbia  Street    $196.88
38. Kamloops-Chase     2,959.97
40. Kamloops-Nicola-Merritt  18.700.47
41. Kamloops-Savona-Cache Creek   32,573.97
43. Kamloops-Tranquille   14.987.41
75. North Thompson Highway   22.026.17
Settlers' roads   7,S34.8S
$99,279.75
Total, Capital Account—Roads   $103,708.02
Carried forward  $103,708.02 	
T 128 PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1929-30.
KAMLOOPS DISTRICT— Continued.
Brought forward  $103,708.02
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (o) :   Bridges.
Reg. No.
23. Clearwater    $1,728.14
106. Savona   9,402.17
$11,130.31
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
106. Savona   10,164.81
114. Alpha   2,706.67
$12,871.48
Total, Capital Account—Bridges        24,001.79
A'ote 164—Maintenance and Minor Bettermej\ts :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Adams Lake   $1,239.24
3. Auldgirth     88.67
5. Barnes Creek   74.37
6. Barriere River   3,072.37
7. Barriere Townsite    301.20
9. Beaton-Fish Lake   398.42
10. Birch Island-Lost Creek   544.00
11. Boulder Mountain   1,065.53   .
14. Campbell Creek   301.00
17. Coal Creek   198.00
18. Coal Hill-Sugar Loaf   165.00
21. Clearwater   951.23
23. Deadman Creek and branches   564.15
24. Edith Lake   549.50
25. Fadear Creek  ,  230.75
26. Fruitlands     222.50
28. Goose  Lake    100.00
30. Harpers Camp   78.00
32. Highland Valley   780.58
36. Jackson  50.00
38. Kamloops-Chase   1,590.01
40. Kamloops-jNicola   2,449.04
41. Kamloops-Savona   5,726.61
42. Kamloops-Shuswap   (north  side)     308.00
43. Kamloops-Tranquille   1,567.39
44. Knouff Lake  S0.00
45. Lac Du Bois   449.25
47. Little Fort-Horse Lake   100.00
48. Long Lake   620.69
49. Louis Creek   2.037.59
50. Ma_B.it Lake   232.00
52. North Thompson (east side)   7,624.55
53. North Thompson   (west side)     5,426.30
55 Peterson-Betts  50.00
57. Reserve Creek   1,343.60
58. Rose Hill  (new)     306.72
59. Rose Hill  (old)     274.68
60. Savona-Cache Creek   496.75
61. Sullivan Valley   204.00
64. Strawberry Heights  214.00
65. Tranquille-Criss Creek-Deadman Creek   2,038.08
Sundry roads (units under $50)   78.10
Camp equipment  1.070.26
Plant and tools  7,612.87
Garage     2,146.23
Stable Account  498.58
Supervision—
General Foreman   3,611.26
Auto    624.84
Total, Vote 164—Roads, Trails, etc       59,755.91
Carried forward  $187,465.72 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 129
KAMLOOPS DISTRICT— Continued.
Brought forward  $187,465.72
A'ote 164—Bridges :   Maintenance.
Reg. No.
7. Blackpines     $220.00
22. Clearwater Creek   680.00
49. Kamloops   (east)     584.01
49. Kamloops  (east)   (Bridge-tender)     150.00
50. Kamloops  (west)   (old)    1,045.76
51. Kamloops   (west)   (new)     350.04
65. North Thompson  (at Barriere)    2.107.88
75. Savona   (old)     1,014.32
76. 6-Mile Creek  390.50
77. Schiedam Creek, No. 1   126.03
89. Tranquille, No. 1   140.00
90. Tranquille, No. 2   768.22
91. Tranquille, No. 3   210.00
110. Birk Creek   364.65
112. McAbee   141.26
Sundry bridges  (units under $50)     44.50
Total, A'ote 164—Bridges :   Maintenance         8,337.17
A'ote 164—Ferries.
1. Birch Island   $1,585.96
2. Black Pool  986.66
3. Chinook Cove   906.15
4. Clearwater  1,684.10
5. Mount Olie   1,168.50
6. McLure    1,402.72
7. Vinsulla     731.25
Total, Vote 164—Ferries          8,465.34
Vote 164—Traffic Operation (including Snow-remov.m, Service).
24. Edith Lake   $89.50
40. Kamloops-Nicola  285.05
41. Kamloops-Cache Creek   40.26
43. Kamloops-Tranquille   118.56
48. Long Lake   99.76
58. Rose Hill (old)  91.28
59. Rose Hill   (new)     13.69
Machinery  (snow-plough)     2,347.23
Total, Vote 164—Traffic Operation  (including Snow-removal Service)         3,085.33
Vote 136—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
Forge Mountain-Highland Valley   $635.25
Barriere River—Birk Creek   677.12
Birk Creek Trail   322.15
Lydia Mine   50.00
Dupont Trail  (Meadow Creek Mines)     400.00
Total, Vote 136—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary          2,084.52
Total expenditure, Kamloops District   $209,438.08
KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT  (KASLO SECTION).
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (re) :  Roads.
70. Duncan River (east)    $7,015.26
126. Howser Lake  (east)     2,951.12
145. Kaslo-New Denver  11,484.09
186. Nelson-Kaslo   10,997.82
460. Cascade Creek  :  5,334.58
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $87,782.87
Carried forward     $37,782.87
9 T 130
PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1929-30.
KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT   (KASLO SECTION)— Continued.
Brought forward     $37,782.87
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6(a):  Bridges.
Reg. No.
66. Canning    .'  $13,846.72
87. Cedar Creek   1,798.96
Total, Capital Account—Bridges       15,645.68
A'ote 164—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :  Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
2. Ainsworth (south)    $153.50
8. Argenta  81.20
28. Bluebell     94.00
49. Crawford Bay-Grey Creek  865.36
50. Crawford  Creek    1,209.10
70. Duncan River  (east)  103.14
96. Ferguson     1,791.74
100. Fraser   192.90
106. Gardner   80.00
115. Hammil Creek   90.70
123. Houston  64.85
124. Hawser-Argenta     426.95
125. Howser Station   428.00
136. Jackson   140.37
145. Kaslo-New  Denver  4,902.29
146. Kaslo Addition streets   876.80
147. Kaslo Creek  (South Fork)     2,103.44
148. Kaslo   (north)     497.25
163. Lynchville     1,311.05
186. Nelson-Kaslo  2,754.97
212. Pilot Bay   84.00
270. Trout Lake   423.93
272. Trout Lake streets  50.00
290. Wadd's   393.52
291. Wakefield   116.06
301. Woolgar   100.00
431. Blue Ridge   64.00
452. Campbell Creek   54.00
460. Cascade Creek   62.00
481. Deanshaven     124.50
484. Duncan River   (west)     131.50
485. Duncan River  (east)    54.00
525. Gainor Creek   161.50
550. Hall Creek    58.00
560. Howser Lake  (east)     82,00
593. Lake  Creek    150.00
594. Lardeau River  (North Fork)     100.00
595. Lardeau River  (South Fork)     98.00
596. Lardeau River  (west)    146.68
609. Lucky Boy   64.00
611. Lardeau River (east)   72.00
696. Silver Cup   92.00
700. Silver Spray Creek   100.00
704. Spring Creek  50.00
741. Walker's   56.00
747. Winslow  52.00
749. Woodbury Creek  (North Fork)     81.00
750. Woodbury Creek  (South Fork)  100.00
Sundry roads and trails (units under $50)    841.68
Plant and tools   3,715.31
Supervision—
General Foreman, office, etc  3,653.38
Total, Vote 164—Roads, Trails, etc       29,498.67
Vote 164—Bridges :   Maintenance.
51. Briggs Creek   $499.75
54. Burden     495.78
Carried forward  $995.53    $82,927.22 —
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 131
KASLOhSLOCAN DISTRICT   (KASLO SECTION)—Continued.
A'ote 164—Bridges :  Maintenance—Continued.
Brought forward  $995.53    $82,927.22
Reg. No.
66. Canning     99.70
85. Cascade Creek  264.-87
87. Cedar Creek   74.95
225. Fletcher     93.01
253. Goldhill   144.24
512. Tenderfoot     233.00
545. Utica  1,249.42
557. Ward  .'.  74.80
Sundry bridges  (units under $50)    137.50
Total, Vote 164—Bridges          3,367.02
Vote 164—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service).
96. Ferguson   $270.01
186. Nelson-Kaslo   629.S2
270. Trout Lake   100.00
Sundry roads and bridges (unite under $50)    54.00
Total, Vote 164—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service)         1,053.83
Vote 136—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
115. Hammil Creek   $398.50
136. Jackson   297.10
147. Kaslo Creek (South Fork)   1,499.14
281. Utica    1,989.75
299. Whitewater  498.29
439. Bear Creek  •.  100.00
450. Caledonia     50.00
452. Campbell Creek   199.45
460. Cascade Creek  1,564.10
513. Flint    200.00
550. Hall  Creek   ?.  246.70
554. Healy Creek  285.41
609. Lucky  Boy    250.00
666. Poplar Creek   372.00
700.  Silver Spray Creek   100.00
707. Sturgis Creek   700.00
714. Swede Group   74.00
719. Tenderfoot Creek  100.50
Sundry roads and trails  (units under $50)  145.50
Total, Vote 136—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary         9,070.44
Total expenditure, Kaslo-Slocan District   (Kaslo Section)     $96,418.51
KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT  (SLOCAN SECTION).
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Sandon Flume   $4,290.00
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (re) :   Roads.
Deer Park-Syringa Creek   $S,540.75
Slocan River   6,390.17
Slocan  City-Silverton       120,989.82
Sandon-Three Forks   11,749.51
New Denver-Silverton   5,457.14
New Denver-Rosebery   4,558.56
Kaslo-New Denver   8,436.70
Edgewood-Needles     5.188.23
Burton-Fauquier   7,402.38
Box Lake-Rosebery   40,623.61
Carried forward  $219,336.87 -
T 132 PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1929-30.
KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT  (SLOCAN SECTION)— Continued.
Capital Account—"B.C- Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (re) :   Roads—Continued.
Brought forward  $219,336.87
Arrow Park-West Demars          2,630.00
Edgewood-Vernon          1,908.03
Galena Farm  (road survey)    110.00
$223,984.90
Total, Capital Account—Roads   $228,274.90
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6  (re) :   Bridges.
New Denver   $15,456.55
Passmore  150.00
Rosebery   832.95
Silverton  3,413.05
$19,852.55
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6(b):   Bridges.
Walker          $9,821.93
Parapet          6,863.91
Perry          7,939.18
$24,625.02
Total, Capital Account—Bridges        44,477.57
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Protection
of Highways.
Cariboo Creek        $7,591.56
Total, Capital Account—Protection of Highways          7,591.56
Vote 164—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Alexandra Avenue  $77.74
Appledale  24.00
Arlington   124.20
Arrow Park Town   236.00
Arrow Park—West Demars   861.42
Arrow Park-Graham   1,057.80
Beaver Creek  92.61
Black Prince   64.00
Brouse   621.53
Box Lake-Rosebery  932.01
Belleview-Graham's  114.50
Cariboo  Creek   :  2.057.50
Cedar Creek   64.00
Clarke's   78.50
Columbia River   5,801.64
Crescent Bay   185.00
Carrol's Landing   417.30
Deer Park  (south)    35.50
Dog Creek  154.00
Edgewood-Cemetery   65.50
Edgewood  Town    156.25
Edgewood-Vernon     1,490.71
Evans Creek   25.00
Ewings     10.00
Edgewood-Needles     669.31
4-Mile Creek   406.33
Glenbank     194.00
Harrison   10.00
Hewitt   504.50
Jacob's Ladder  8.00
Kaslo-New  Denver    1,374.08
Little Slocan River   695.03
Carried forward     $18,607.96 $280,344.03 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
T 133
KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT  (SLOCAN SECTION) —Continued.
A'ote 164—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :  Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $18,607.96 $280,344.03
Lucky Thought   225.00
Lightning Peak   215.97
McCormack   52.00
Nakusp-Box  Lake   333.28
Nakusp (east)    28.00
Nakusp streets   1,721.43
Needles-Fire Valley  28.00
New Denver Canyon   248.75
New Denver-Rosebery   1,760.87
New Denver-Silverton   1,642.16
Passmore (upper)    257.94
Perry   37.75
Rambler   120.00
Renata   (north)     330.25
Renata Town ,  10.00
Republic    118.50
Robinson   191.75
Ruth     125.00
Sandon-Cody    413.50
Sandon-Three Forks   1,519.25
Sandon streets   441.50
Shakespear Avenue  211.50
Silversmith  29.50
Silverton Town   2,032.71
Slocan-Silverton , 3,163.02
Slocan River (east)    3,236.84
Slocan River (west)   4,760.08
Springer Creek  2.00
Standard   572.10
Surina   94.00
Speechly     40.00
10-Mile  907.00
Traves   535.38
Van Roi  395.05
West Demars   88.30
Westmount   232.68
Whatshan Lake  252.00
Wilson Creek   S.00
AVilson's     6.00
Young's  26.00
Plant and tools  7,808.49
General Foreman—
Salary and expenses   3,319.79
Car    666.63
Equipment rentals   683.00
Anaconda Trail   22.18
Bluebird Trail   53.50
Broadwater Trail   15.00
Canadian Group Trail   192.50
Carnation Trail   52.00
Fairy Queen Trail    25.00
Freddy Lee Trail   38.50
Great Western Trail  124.70
Hampton Trail   112.00
Galena Farm Trail   547.00
Hot Springs Trail   1,111.73
Highland Light Trail   50.00
Lightning Peak Trail  :  52.00
Needles Trail  (north)    28.00
Victor Group Trail  113.00
AVonderful Trail   193.00
Wonderful-Queen Bess Trail   100.50
Total, Vote 164—Roads, Trails, etc       60,329.54
Carried forward  $340,673.57 T 134
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1929-30.
KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT  (SLOCAN SECTION)— Continued.
Brought forward  $340,673.57
Vote 164—Bridges :   Maintenance.
Bridges, general     $29.63
Appledale     261.36
Appledale     64.50
Arrow Park  (south)    407.72
Arrow Park  (south)  218.25
Arrow Park  (south)    384.03
Arrow Park  (south)     442.00
Arrow Park  (south)     349.25
Boulder Creek   320.27
Caribou Creek     61.14
Caribou Creek   74.64
Caribou Creek     01.16
Caribou Creek   54.28
Columbia River, No. 3    139.88
Columbia River, No. 5   27.15
Columbia River, No. 26     128.00
Columbia River, No. 45   23.60
Columbia River, No. 48    8.20
Deer Park   42.50
Deep Creek  329.45
4-Mile, No. 2   20.00
4-Mile, No. 4   20.00
Graham   18.00
Harms  7.15
Harrison, No. 2    228.50
Hewitt  142.50
Lemon Creek   1,018.81
McCormack    4.50
New Denver, No. 17  437.78
Gold Creek, No. 4   369.80
New Denver   30.13
Passmore     23.33
Perry Siding     707.67
Perry Siding     144.37
Pre-emption     360.35
Renata  (north)  159.00
Renata  (north), No. 3     24.30
Renata  (north), No. 4     5.00
Sand Creek   272.00
Silverton   26.20
Slade    60.50
Slocan City -.  16.00
Slocan River, No. 1     16.08
Slocan River, No. 3   6.00
Slocan River, No. 5     31.25
Slocan River  (west), No. 1  260.00
Slocan River  (west), No. 2    2C5.25
Slocan River  (west), No. 3     101.29
Slocan River  (west), No. 4     280.00
Springer Creek, No. 6   12.00
10-Mile, No. 1     101.00
10-Mile, No 2    58.75
10-Mile, No. 3    120.25
10-Mile, No. 4     116.04
Vallican   22.50
Whatshan   179.00
Winlaw    63.75
Arrow Park   1,173.04
Columbia River, No. 1   647.22
Harris   651.51
Total, Vote 164—Bridges :   Maintenance        11,567.83
Carried forward  $352,241.40 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 135
KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT  (SLOCAN SECTION)— Continued.
Brought forward  $352,241.40
A'ote 161—Ferries.
Arrow Park (east and west)        $1,613.25
Needles-Fauquier          2,122.53
Total, Vote 164—Ferries          3,735.78
A'ote 164—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service) .
Snow-removal          $6,251.91
Total, Vote 164—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service)         6,251.91
Vote 136—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
Molly Hughes Trail  $300.10
Mammoth Mine Road   8,830.31
Galena Farm Road   1,249.88
Idaho Trail   250.00
Lightning Peak Road   3,013.64
AVestmount Road   259.00
Lemon Creek Trail   200.00
Jo Jo Trail ...  20.00
Bosun Trail, No. 2   40.00
Wakefield Trail   150.00
Commodore Trail   201.00
Maggie Brown Trail  75.00
Great Western -.  99.00
Wonderful Road   250.00
Bluebird Trail   25.00
Victor Trail  1,499.75
Capella Trail   100.00
Altoona Trail   40.00
Hailstorm Trail   1,233.50
Hampton Basin Trail   66.00
Canadian Brandon Trail   123.50
Slocan-Rambler Road   149.50
Chieftain Trail    266.50
Sandon-Cody Road   113.25
Enterprise Road .\ _. 100.00
Total, A'ote 136—"Mines Development Act," Supplementary        18,654.93
Total expenditure, Kaslo-Slocan District (Slocan Section)    $380,884.02
Total expenditure, Kaslo-Sloean District  $477,302.53
LILLOOET DISTRICT  (NORTH).
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (re) :   Roads.
Reg. No.
1. Cariboo Main   $9,463.33
32. Hat Creek   1,673.84
55. North  Bonaparte    1,992.75
56. Green Lake   2,848.54
57. South Bonaparte (Boule)   540.35
59. AVatch Lake   446.25
60. Watch Lake-Lone Butte   450.00
63. Boyd-Farmer  540.00
82. Big Bar Lake   770.06
91. Lillooet-Clinton   ,8.640.60
94. Kelly Lake-Canoe Creek   5.805.42
97. Big Bar-High Bar   455.26
108. Lillooet-Lytton    2,788.40
112. Lillooet streets   1.871.65
118. Bridge River   12,794.71
Settlers' roads  2,495.05
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $53,576.21
Carried forward     $53,576.21 	
T 136
PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1929-30.
LILLOOET DISTRICT  (NORTH)— Continued.
Brought forward     $53,576.21
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6(a):  Bridges.
Reg. No.
169. Tyaxon     $2,690.S1
177. Portage No. 1  2,183.67
Total, Capital Account—Bridges          4,874.48
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (re) :   Ferries.
1. Big Bar   $3,692.39
Total, Capital Account—Ferries          3,692.39
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 («) : Trails
to Mineral Areas.
413. McGillivray Creek   $487.03
Total, Capital Account—Trails to Mineral Areas   487.03
A'ote 164—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Cariboo Main   $4,772.26
2. Clinton streets  1,054.20
3. Clinton Station   52.25
4. Scottie Creek   67.75
5. Bonaparte Valley   98.00
31. Marble Canyon  923.62
32. Hat Creek   1,332.86
51. Mound    217.50
52. Mound-Loon Lake  889.57
55. North Bonaparte   1,231.65
56. Green Lake   1,818.16
57. South  Bonaparte   (Boule)     159.00
65. Cleveland     9S.0O
71. Criss Creek   50.00
72. Deadman River   98.50
81. Clintoh-Springhouse   1,668.33
82. Big Bar Lake   220.00
91. Lillooet-Clinton   4,337.70
92. Fountain A'alley  229.99
94. Kelly Lake-Canoe Creek  1,793.42
95. Woods Box-High Bar   306.75
96. Big Bar   540.20
97. Big Bar-High Bar   339.25
99. Big Bar Ferry  100.00
100. Big Bar Mountain   100.00
101. Big Bar Mountain  (Crow's Bar)  229.10
108. Lillooet-Lytton     1,587.55
111. Lillooet-Seton Lake   1,583.29
114. Jones-Dickey    2,447.99
116. North Fork   '.  343.46
118. Bridge River  5,244.50
120. Seton Lake  325.02
123. Tyaxon Lake   804.37
407. Bridge River Forks Trail   679.87
411. Gun Creek Trail   102.50
413. McGillivray Trail   190.00
415. North Fork Trail   99.75
426. West of Fraser Trail   336.50
428. Watson Bar Creek Trail   75.00
429. Warner Pass Trail   152.50
Sundry roads and trails (units under $50)    39.71
Supervision     3,308.89
Plant and tools  12,074.63
Camp equipment   413.72
Total, Vote 164—Roads, Trails, etc       52,537.31
Carried forward  $115,167.42 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 137
LILLOOET DISTRICT  (NORTH)— Continued.
Brought forward  $115,167.42
A'ote 164—Bridges :   Maintenance.
Reg. No.
11. 51-Mile  Creek    $75.20
97. Carson   750.00
123. Lillooet Suspension    127.00
179. Roaring Creek   495.40
181. Tony     92.00
182. Rexmount   128.20
183. Jones   115.00
Sundry bridges (units under $50)   49.50
Total, A'ote 164—Bridges :   Maintenance          1,832.30
A'ote 164—Ferries.
1. Big Bar  $1,114.60
2. High Bar  1,127.00
3. Pavilion     913.96
4. Bridge River  4.18
Total, A'ote 164—Ferries         3,159.74
Vote 164—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service).
1. Cariboo  (main)     $207.07
31. Marble Canyon   21.50
32. Hat Creek  210.66
91. Lillooet-Clinton    52.00
94. Kelly Lake-Canoe Creek  99.16
108. Lillooet-Lytton  54.50
115. Jones-Dickey     5.62
116. North Forks  16.87
118. Bridge River  917.78
Machinery Account (labour fitting up snow-ploughs)   150.00
Total, Vote 164—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service)          1,735.16
A'ote 136—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
413. McGillivray Creek Trail   $397.21
445. Gold Belt Group Trail   100.00
Total, Vote 136—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary   497.21
Total expenditure, Lillooet District  (north)     $122,391.83
LILLOOET DISTRICT (SOUTH).
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (re) :  Roads.
281. Gibson-Sechelt     $909.64
322. Gibsons Landing-Seaside Park   487.20
295. North    1,499.23
204. Pemberton Meadows   592.81
243. Paradise A'alley  993.40
Smith-Hopkins   39.36
1,521.64
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
204. Pemberton Meadows  $1,662.20
243. Paradise Valley  543.66
294. Mintie  159.00
281. Gibson-Sechelt   2,563.31
295. North    2,705.72
322. Gibson-Port Melon   189.00
Carried forward       $7,822.89 T 138
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1929-30.
LILLOOET DISTRICT (SOUTH)— Continued.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (re) :   Roads—Continued.
Brought forward  $7,822.89
Reg. No.
314. Sechelt-Pender Harbour   50,112.93
436.  Squamish-Britannia     3,939.28
448. Pemberton Trail   3,723.66
$65,598.70
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $70,120.40
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 0 (a) :  Bridges.
325. Garibaldi Suspension   $13,470.77
Total, Capital Account—Bridges       13,470.77
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Protection
of Highways.
Diversion of Mamquam River   $3,192.56
Total, Capital Account—Protection of Highways         3,192.56
A'ote 164—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
201. Cariboo  (old)    $20.00
203. Lineham   251.64
204. Pemberton Meadows  2,010.25
205. Portage     637.01
206. Station   35.00
207. Pemberton Portage   640.02
241. Judd    45.00
243. Paradise Valley   232.71
244. Pemberton Avenue   117.09
245. Squamish Valley    9,387.24
246. Fourth Avenue   80.00
247. Main Street   21.72
248. Second Avenue   5.94
250. A'aneouver Street  5.94
251. A'ictoria Street   207.00
271. Beach Avenue  (east)    436.74
272. Beach Avenue (west)  290.39
273. Beach Drive    104.00
274. Burns    69.16
275. Bridgeman   25.00
276. Cemetery    25.00
277. Chamberlain     77.13
278. Chaister  :  69.37
279. Crowder   25.00
280. Crowe  25.00
2S1. Gibson-Sechelt   2,182.29
282. Grantham  71.50
283. Hanbury     25.00
284. Henry   25.00
285. Hopkins   25.00
286. Hicks  ...c  25.00
287. Kaymes     54.37
288. Kearton  25.00
289. Leek  25.00
290. Lockyer     25.00
291. Lower  344.37
293. Mason  77.16
294. Mintie     597.41
295. North  277.19
296. Northwest Bay   235.55
297. Ocean Beach Esplanade   100.00
301. Reed   139.15
302. Roberts Creek   130.90
Carried forward  $19,228.24    $86,783.73 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 139
LILLOOET DISTRICT  (SOUTH)—Continued.
A'ote 164—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward     $19,228.24    $86,783.73
Reg. No.
308. Wilson Creek   30.00
314. Sechelt-Pender Harbour '.  471.52
315. Indian River Trail  75.00
430. Bargain Harbour  78.00
431. Egmont  09.37
437. Saginaw   51.00
438. Skookumehuck     26.25
439. Dorriston   61.88
445. Pope's Landing  33.89
453. Brooks    65.00
454. Duncan  34.87
446. Garibaldi    108.00
448. Pemberton  26.25
Camp equipment  40.83
Plant and tools  5,782.15
Material Account   633.25
Supervision—
Salaries and expenses   1,414.10
Launch V-33  548.47
Motorcycle V-34  23.75
Total, A'ote 164—Roads, Trails, etc       28,801.82
Vote 164—Bridges :  Maintenance.
207. Miller Creek  $24.00
217. Harding    50.00
219. Lansborough   57.50
226. Owl Creek  39.76
228. Ronyan     53.91
232. Shaw     55.72
250. Hall Point   216.50
254. Mamquam   ,-  136.88
256. No name   46.00
270. Hotel  932.16
283. Gladwin   105.69
294. Low    _  13.75
399. Cypress  Creek  ,  24.71
Total, A'ote 164—Bridges :   Maintenance         1,762.58
Vote 104—Ferries.
8. Crown Mountain   $51.50
Total, Vote 164—Ferries   51.50
A'ote 136—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
Trail to Radiant Copper, Ltd., property  $350.00
447. Indian River Trail  150.00
Total, Vote 136—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary   500.00
Total expenditure, Lillooet District (South)   $117,899.63
Total expenditure, Lillooet District    $240,291.46
MACKENZIE DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
9. Bella Coola  $34,463.32
134. Cranberry Lake   900.00
132. Donkersly     360.00
142. Drake  180.00
150. First   997.96
Carried foncard  $36,901.28 	
T 140 PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1929-30.
MACKENZIE DISTRICT— Continued.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads—Continued.
Brought fonvard  $36,901.28
Reg. No.
155. Fourth  489.54
159. Joice  300.00
106. King  899.58
129. Lennie  (Lasqueti Island)    1,349.99
125. Oben (Lasqueti Island)  270.13
103. Tucker Bay (Lasqueti Island)    1,799.27
111. Lund   9,400.00
110. Malaspina  629.13
148. Manson     3,768.09
136. Olsen Lake  450.11
133. Padgett     1,628.21
163. Park   269.72
139. Phillips     540.00
120. Pryor     269.63
151. Second    161.75
107. Sutherland   1,192.01
173. Bell (Texada Island)  3,205.96
174. Blubber Bay  (Texada Island)    1,795.46
177. Gillies Bay (Texada Island)   1,639.56
188. Sanderson (Texada Island)    156.25
137. Thunder Bay  9,400.00
115. Westview   450.00
73. Grant's Bridge Fill   1,979.61
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $78,945.28
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (re) :   Trails to
Mineral Areas.
63.  Sakumtha Pass   $5,721.31
Total, Capital Account—Trails to Mineral Areas         5,721.31
A'ote 164—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Anahim-Chilcotin      $999.91
9. Bella Coola   4,594.29
20. Bella Coola Townsite   423.75
134. Cranberry Lake    860.24
186.  Hagen      350.00
106. King   400.00
130. Glines (Lasqueti Island)   249.92
118. Good (Lasqueti Island)   199.99
113.  Grant's (Lasqueti Island)    50.00
101. Lake  (Lasqueti Island)    29537
129. Lennie (Lasqu>ti Island)   104.51
102. Main  (Lasqueti Island)    491.67
117. Mason (Lasqueti Island)   149.23
125. Oben (Lasqueti Island)    449.91
103. Tucker Bay (Lasqueti Island)   283.40
104. AVeldon (Lasqueti Island)   99.69
111. Lund  3,593.95
110. Malaspina    162.75
148. Manson   155.57
3. Martin A'alley   408.20
144. Nelson     600.00
164. Nichol     162.80
136. Olsen Lake   399.05
133. Padgett  692.48
138. Powell     6.00
126. Pryor    292.62
154. Savary Island  41512
7. Salloomt  248.25
107. Sutherland  300.00
174. Blubber Bay (Texada Island)    859.71
Carried forward  $18,298.38    $84,666.59 MACKENZIE DISTRICT— Continued.
Vote 164—Maintenance and Minor Betterments.:   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $18,298.38    $84,666.59
Reg. No.
175. Central (Texada Island)  868.27
183. Crescent Bay (Texada Island)    152.32
177. Gillies Bay (Texada Island)   661.01
10. Tatlayoko  Lake  ,  395.00
137. Thunder Bay   5,146.10
115. Westview   200.75
122. Zilinsky  200.00
50. Atnarko-Anahim Trail   787.45
105. Blunden Harbour Trail   49.94
135. Burial Cove (Cracroft Island) Trail   13.36
108. Hardwicke Island Trail   99.37
109. Jackson Bay Trail   150.00
120. Jervis Inlet Trail   94.25
62. Rivers Inlet Walk   63.88
60. Stillwater Trail   200.00
56. Stouie-Atnarko Trail   862.25
194. Stuart Island Trail  27.00
Sundry roads  1,087.47
Material and supplies   1,415.98
Plant and tools   5,272.2S
Camp equipment  127.85
Supervision    2,145.20
Total, Vote 164—Roads, Trails, etc       38,318.11
A'ote 164—Bridges :  Maintenance.
37. Anahim   $110.50
83.  Creswell   90.00
111. Eagle River   193.17
180. Halliday   116.24
155. Lund  202.05
165. Malaspina   392.02
174. McFall     242.49
129. Priest Lake   75.03
54. Weldon  97.50
177. Westview  110.75
153. Wharf     77.60
154. Windsor   81.37
Sundry bridges (units under $50)   :  296.50
Supervision   380.00
Total, A'ote 164—Bridges :   Maintenance          2,465.22
A'ote 136—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
114. Britain River Trail   $500.00
197.  Colossus Mine Trail   725.78
196. Douglas Pine Gold-mine Trail   206.85
Total, A'ote 136—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary          1,432.63
Total expenditure, Mackenzie District   $126,882.55
NANAIMO DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6(a):  Roads.
3. Brechin   $387.50
15. Departure Bay     993.64
Five Acres   1.881.80
127.  Island Highway   1.759.13
127. Island Highway (bituminous surfacing)   6,752.05
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $11,774.12
Carried forward     $11,774.12 T 142
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1929-30.
NANAIMO DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forioard..
$11,774.12
Vote 164—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :
Trails, and Streets.
Roads,
Reg. No.
2.
3.
4.
5.
15.
22.
24.
30.
34.
35.
42.
49.
48.
51.
143.
50.
127.
58.
67.
69.
76.
77.
88.
89.
94.
95.
97.
110.
105.
146.
109.
114.
122.
126.
135.
136.
134.
133.
Bradley Street 	
Brechin 	
Bruce Avenue 	
Bush Street 	
Departure Bay 	
Eighth Street, Five Acres 	
Extension	
Fiddick's	
Fifth Street, Five Acres 	
Fourth Street, Five Acres	
Gordon 	
Hamilton Avenue  ,	
Harewood	
Harewood Mines	
Holden-Corso  	
Howard Avenue 	
Island Highway 	
Jingle Pot  	
McLeary  (Wall)   Street	
Millstone Street 	
Nichol  Street   ....
Newcastle Townsite	
Park Avenue 	
Pine  Street	
Raines	
Robins Street 	
Rosehill Avenue 	
Second Street 	
Seventh Street	
Stewart Avenue 	
Strickland Street 	
Third Street	
Union Avenue  -	
A'aneouver Avenue 	
AVaddington 	
AVakesiah Avenue	
AVellington 	
AA'ilkinson	
Sundry roads (units under $50)
Supervision Account 	
Tools and Plant Account 	
Explosives Account 	
Haulage-truck Account C
Total, Vote 164—Roads, Trails, etc.
Vote 164—Bridges :  Maintenance.
5. Gourley	
6. Millstone	
9. Patterson	
10. Brechin    -	
15. Foot-bridge (Stewart Avenue) 	
16. Foot-bridge (Stewart Avenue)  '..
Sundry bridges  (units under $50)  	
Total, Vote 164—Bridges:   Maintenance 	
Vote 164—Traffic Operation  (including Snow-removal Service).
Snow-removal 	
$321.01
247.55
635.07
62.00
1,374.20
190.71
556.03
50.00
188.37
329.04
397.28
68.00
458.25
193.38
60.00
485.55
2,366.48
135.00
175.50
108.50
290.20
203.75
254.78
304.19
S5.00
58.75
192.50
89.25
266.75
107.29
88.90
351.37
321.88
112.00
197.25
003.10
223.00
108.01
254.12
8.00
668.76
15.73
1,733.37
$104.28
486.37
55.18
121.38
S3.82
108.80
33.10
$557.80
14,940.47
Total, A'ote 164—Traffic Operation  (including Snow-removal Service).
Total expenditure, Nanaimo District 	
992.93
557.80
$28,265.32 —
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 143
NELSON DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :   Ferries.
Nelson   (new)           $2,471.98
Total, Capital Account—Ferries        $2,471.98
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
Nelson        $7,320.00
Total, Capital Account—Bridges  c*.         7,320.00
Vote 164—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
2. Fairview streets   $582.25
4. Rosemont  164.70
6. South Nelson streets  - 1,958.80
Miscellaneous         83.00
Plant and tools   1,030.21
Total, A'ote 164—Roads, Trails, etc         3,818.96
A'ote 164—Ferries.
Nelson        $18,281.94
Total, A'ote 164—Ferries        18,281.94
Vote 164—Traffic Operation  (including Snow-removal Service).
4. Rosemont streets    $22.22
6. South Nelson streets   127.18
Total, Vote 164—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service)  149.40
A'ote 136—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.   .
Road to Silver Leaf  $100.00
Total, Vote 130—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary   100.00
Total expenditure, Nelson District      $32,142.28
NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT.
Vote 104—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
District Lot 172        $1,587.26
Total, A'ote 164—Roads, Trails, etc       $1,587.26
A'ote 164—Bridges :   Maintenance.
Foot-bridge (District Lot 172)   $147.95
Total, Vote 164—Bridges :   Maintenance   147.95
Total expenditure, New AA'estminster District        $1,735.21
NORTH OKANAGAN DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
26. Cameron's Point   $13,327.19
74. Enderby-Mabel Lake   9,270.73
68. Kelowna   6,892.59
71. Long Lake Drive  9,514.86
Carried forward     $39,005.37 T 144
PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1929-30.
NORTH   OKANAGAN   DISTRICT— Continued.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6(a):   Roads—Continued.
Brought forward     $39,005.37
Reg. No.
75. Lumby-Mabel Lake       29,466.73
129. Sugar Lake         4,460.30
88. Vernon-Edgewood    ,       52,706.02
102. A'ernon-Salmon Arm (Enderby Diversion)         3,053.20
18a. Vernon-Salmon Arm  (Enderby Diversion)     2,152.66
17a.  A'ernon-Salmon Arm (Armstrong Diversion)  145.37
20a.  Vernon-Salmon Arm  (City of Armstrong)    2.25
Ditching and reconstruction          1,369.50
78. Eagle Pass.
113. Enderby-Salmon River.
74. Enderby-Mabel Lake.
49.  Grandview Bench.
102. Vernon-Salmon Arm.
$132,361.40
Credit:    "B.C.  Loan  Act,   192S,"   Sec.   6 (a)—Lumby-Mabel
Lake Road, approaches to Shuswap Falls Bridges   411.86
Total, Capital Account—Roads  $131,949.54
. Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 0 (a) :   Bridges.
78. Mara   $34.00
Capital Account—■" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :  Bridges.
75. Long Lake   924.71
Total, Capital Account—Bridges  -.  958.71
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Protection
of Highways.
Kingfisher Creek (Enderby-Mabel Lake Road)   $1,700.40
Total, Capital Account—Protection of Highways   1,700.40
Vote 164—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
142. Baker-Hogg     $812.63
4. Bella Vista   174.70
161. B.X  362.95
19. Brickyard Gulch   525.78
15. Bluenose     73.19
31. Creighton Valley     532.59
28. Cameron's Point   229.42
30. Commonage   515.74
34. Deep Creek   865.62
37. East Vernon  156.33
39. Enderby-Grindrod .'  355.82
78. Eagle Pass    1,962.70
T4. Enderby-Mabel Lake    2,341.48
113. Enderby-Salmon River  193.32
162. Finlaison -  71.31
49. Grandview Bench   237.21
55. Gunter-Ellison  620.84
41. Grayston-MacKinnon   _  87.44
47. Glenmary     89.88
60. Headgates     152.59
65. Kamloops     3,228.45
66. Kedleston  (east)     122.79
68. Kelowna     6,466.96
71. Long Lake  528.49
75. Lumby-Mabel Lake  2,030.81
72. Loon Lake  -  208.46
Carried forward  $22,947.50 $134,608.65 STATEMENT OF  EXPENDITURE. T 145
NORTH   OKANAGAN   DISTRICT— Continued.
Vote 164—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :  Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward     $22,947.50 $134,608.65
Reg. No.
76. Mallory     290.69
77. Maple Street  235.62
97. Okanagan Landing  742.77
110. Old Sicamous  c  950.93
100. Oyama    588.07
147. Pyott  54.68
103. Richlands   351.62
105. Riverside     102.58
107. Rollings Lake   87.32
129. Sugar Lake  222.39
121. Shuswap River Drive   1,039.70
126. Squaw A'alley   77.10
122. Sigalet Cut-off  392.73
128. Stuckey  274.23
123. Siwash   82.45
148. Smedik   130.65
189. Sherbourne Avenue   120.38
130. Trinity Valley   1.680.43
131. Tronson   107.46
88. A'ernon-Edgewood  4,514.57
102. Vemon-Salmon Arm   3,879.49
138. Westside     1,425.55
160. Wood     298.38
17a. Vernon-Salmon Arm Highway (Spallumcheen Municipality)    1,504.85
18a. A'ernon-Salmon Arm Highway (City of Enderby)   105.72
20a. A'ernon-Salmon Arm Highway (City of Armstrong)   769.61
52a. Vernon-Edgewood Highway (Coldstream Municipality)    512.62
30b. A'ernon-Edgewood   (Coldstream  Municipality)     34.68
31b. A'ernon-Kamloops (Spallumcheen Municipality)    57.60
32b. Armstrong-Salmon River (Spallumcheen Municipality)   553.90
33b. Armstrong-Salmon River (City of Armstrong)   12.00
Sundry roads (units under $50)   776.25
Plant, tools, and equipment  1,472.91
New implement-shed, A'ernon   749.95
Property for implement-shed at Enderby   300.00
Total, Vote 164—Roads, Trails, etc       47,447.38
A'ote 164—Bridges :   Maintenance.
6. Ashton Creek  $60.05
9. Baxter's   65.04
14. Butter's     146.03
26. Crawford   51.07
30. Derby    457.40
36. Enderby   273.85
37. Ewings   64.74
41. Fortune     147.01
48.  Grindrod  321.62
59. Horner  382.24
77. Lumby    :  51.68
78. Mara     117.08
125. Shuswap Falls   238.43
128. Trinity A'alley  51.56
Sundry bridges  (units under $50)    572.84
Material   545.60
Total, A'ote 164—Bridges :   Maintenance          3,546.24
A'ote 164—Traffic Operation  (including Snow-removal Service).
Snow-removal    $3,490.21
Total, A'ote 164—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service)         3,490.21
Total expenditure, North Okanagan District   $189,092.48
10 T 146
PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1929-30.
NORTH VANCOUVER DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Reg. No.
14. Woods     $538.99
83b. Marine Drive   74,330.85
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $74,869.84
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :  Bridges.
2. Capilano River   $141,682.74
Total, Capital Account—Bridges      141,682.74
Vote 164—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Bowen Island Trunk   $1,233.27
2. Carter     64.47
3. Cowan     374.47
4. Dorman   652.24
5. Eagle Cliffe   257.04
6. Grafton     500.23
7. Langlois   317.49
8. Magee  218.67
9. Miller  394.24
10. Scarborough  240.08
11. Smith     11.49
12. Green      22.99
13. Collins    278.09
14. Woods  27.13
21. New Brighton-West Bay Trail   66.62
22. New Brighton-Grace Harbour Trail   303.73
23. Austin     94.61
25. Hayes   18.75
54b. Mountain Highway  (North Vancouver)    196.80
65b.  Marine Drive  (Robson)    ,  62.51
83b. Marine Drive (West Vancouver)   905.09
Plant and tools   113.29
Material Account  9.24
Total, A'ote 164—Roads, Trails, etc         6,362.54
A'ote 164—Bridges :  Maintenance.
2. Capilano River   $27.07
3. Rodgers     52,07
5. Sandy Cove  8.44
7. Bell's     18.84
8. Sherman's  16.71
9. Cypress     15.95
10. Bailey's  42.15
11. Caulfield   87.75
Total, A'ote 164—Bridges :  Maintenance   269.58
Total expenditure, North Vancouver District   $223,184.70
OMINECA DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
21. Colleymount     $5,415.18
31. Finmoore-Webber Lake   2,697.39
37. Fort Fraser-Stella  2,378.27
39. Fort George-Hazelton   34,894.32
59. Keefe's Landing-Ootsa   4.085.49
80. North Francois Lake  3.899.99
84. Ootsa Lake Shore (east)    1.529.20
90. Wistaria-Houston   _  1,724.55
Carried forward  $56,624.39 OMINECA DISTRICT— Continued.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads—Continued.
Brought forward.  $56,624.39
Reg. No.
102. Sob Lake Settlement   1,281.34
117. Fort St. James-Manson Creek   38,348.36
118. Topley-Babine    1,357.75
124. Vanderhoof-Stuart Lake  4,464.75
155.  Road from Houston to property of Owen Lake Mining Co.,   19,254.18
220. Taltapin  657.80
231. A'ictoria Group to Cronin Road   8.00
Francois Lake-Houston (Nadina River Bridge approaches)  4,389.90
Total, Capital Account—Roads   $126,386.47
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
89. Nadina  $2,897.37
Total, Capital Account—Bridges          2,897.37
Vote 164—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :  Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
2. Barrett Station   $99.50
4. Bearhead  319.55
6. Bedore Settlement-Rose Lake   132.71
7. Bourgon Settlement   74.76
8. Bickle   455.10
9. Brown  402.84
10. Blaekwater-Stony Creek   800.83
11. Bobtail-Upper Mud   300.00
12. Braeside   199.00
15. Chowsunket   200.00
16. Campbell     75.00
17. Campbell-Hulatt     559.81
19. Clarke's-Forestdale  725.59
21. Colleymount     1,146.47
22. Crow Creek   259.77
25. Eakin Settlement   200.00
26. Encombe  100.00
28. Marten Lake  114.00
29. Engen  (north)     264.62
31. Finmoore-Webber Lake   992.00
31a.  Burrard Avenue, Vanderhoof  462.77
32. Finmoore  (south)  422.50
33. Forestdale-Mile 106   197.58
34. Forestdale-Day  Lake  150.00
36. Fort Fraser Settlement  (east)     632.50
36a. Fort George-Hazelton-Burns Lake   159.05
37. Fort Fraser-Stella   942.25
39. Fort George-Hazelton  16,614.89
41. Francois Lake Hospital   20-3.75
42. Fraser Lake-Francois   163.00
43. Francois Lake (east)    101.65
47. Greer Valley   495.10
52. Hamre Settlement   668.50
55. Hulatt (south) .'  317.64
57. Hutter Settlement   383.00
58. Jones    225.30
59. Keefe's Landing-Ootsa    1,485.35
60. Kissock  150.00
61. Lily Lake  800.12
63. Larson  50.00
65. Mapes    462.75
71. McDonald's Landing   841.00
78. Necoslie    100.00
79. Nithi River   300.00
80. North Francois Lake   1,281.43
Carried forward  $35,031.68 $129,283.84 T 148 PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1929-30.
OMINECA DISTRICT— Continued.
A'ote 164—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $35031.68 $129,283.84
Reg. No.
81. Nulki-Corkscrew  242.00
84. Ootsa Lake Shore (east)    232.55
88. Palling Settlement   150.00
90. Wistaria-Houston  488.14
96. Quick School   198.70
102. Sob Lake Settlement  150.00
103. Samuels    100.50
104. Schaefer   195.00
106. Slater   116.00
107. Smith-Jeffrey  87.58
110. Sowchea   472.50
115. Taylor     150.00
116. Tchesinkut Lake Settlement   400.00
118. Topley-Babine  2,154.66
120. Sinkut-Cottonwood    154.90
122. Uncha Lake  586.18
124. Vanderhoof-Stuart Lake   3,016.65
125. Owen Lake  1.254.55
126. A'anderhoof-Sturgeon Point   1,326.09
127. Vanderhoof  (west)     59.14
128. A'anderhoof-Sackner    525.75
130. Woodmere-Round Lake  _  813.69
132. Walker Settlement   154.28
133. Wistaria-Larson     312.00
140. York Settlement   358.25
147. Cummins  504.50
148. Hope     500.00
150. Hossack     250.00
154. Robbins    109.79
158. Hogsback Lake   564.37
159. Lewis     200.00
164. Willowvale   138.00
167. Murray '.  50.00
108. Shelford     489.00
170.  Savory (north)   78.00
172. Price   150.00
181. Tatalrose  1  638.00
182. Loop   195.00
183. Cassiar Ranch    300.00
187. Blaney  403.75
201. Babine Portage   88.00
228. Takla Landing-Manson Creek   685.68
229. Trail to Randolph and Cat  185.00
Sundry roads (units under $50)    208.16
Traffic operation   5.00
Stable   15.25
Material   5,711.63
Camp equipment   471.85
Plant  7,584.02
Supervision  4,914.32
Supervision, auto  2,116.25
Total. Vote 164—Roads, Trails, etc       75,286.36
Vote 164—Bridges :   Maintenance.
32-34. Endako     $99.50
47. Lund  112.36
54. McEvoy    114.00
57. Indian  Reservation    279.15
58. Mile 6   278.50
61. Mile 10  371.43
76. Murray  Creek     2,484.11
89. Nadina    349.90
Carried forward  $4,088.95 $204,570.20 STATEMENT OF  EXPENDITURE.
T 149
OMINECA DISTRICT—Continued.
A'ote 164—Bridges:  Maintenance—Continued.
Reg. No.
Brought fori
92.
126.
175.
206.
217.
217x.
218.
368.
415.
416.
417.
418.
419.
423.
426.
438.
461.
480.
498.
517.
522.
523.
Necoslie
Turcotte
Uncha
Hansen 	
Ramsay   	
. Dome Mountain
Shelford  	
Barrett	
Priest Meadow, No. 1
Hudson  Bay  	
Priest Meadow, No. 2
Murdock   	
Ocock  	
McCall  	
Halliday 	
Severson    	
Half-day Creek
Pittis 	
Totem Pole
Brandon 	
Conrad  	
Conrad, No. 2 	
Sundry bridges (units under $50)
$4,088.95 $204,570.20
493.82
139.00
164.00
277.00
239.51
182.85
248.75
210.00
240.90
341.99
214.75
293.00
552.22
213.43
354.60
240.00
215.00
691.05
1,326.47
234.75
500.00
619.25
88.00
Total, A'ote 164—Bridges:   Maintenance        12,169.29
A'ote 164—Ferries.
Francois  Lake'     $11,561.56
Fort Fraser 	
Braeside 	
Hulatt   	
Finmoore 	
Takla Lake	
1,019.57
1,073.40
24.00
1,212.38
274.00
Total, Vote 164—Ferries        15,164.91
Vote 164—Traffic Operation  (including Snow-removal Service).
12.  Braeside  	
21.  Colleymount   	
39.  Fort George-Hazelton 	
59. Keefe's Landing—Ootsa 	
SO. North Francois Lake 	
90.  Wistaria—Houston	
124. Vanderhoof—Stuart Lake	
126. Vanderhoof—Sturgeon Point 	
Sundry roads 	
$50.00
37.70
725.40
139.10
19.40
81.90
218.40
70.20
40.30
Total, Vote 164—Traffic Operation   (including Snow-removal Service).
1,382.40
Vote 136—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
Burns Lake-Taltapin ,	
Branch trail to Philip Creek 	
Owen Lake Road 	
Topley-Babine   	
Trail to Sheila Group—Topley 	
Trail to Randolph and Cat Claims 	
Trail to Emerald Group, Sweeney Mountain 	
$998.50
50O.00
1.497.20
1.479.13
100.00
200.00
1.317.75
Total, A'ote 136—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary
Total expenditure, Omineca District 	
6,092.58
$239,379.38 T 150
PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1929-30.
PRINCE RUPERT DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6(a):  Roads.
Prince Rupert Highway (survey)        $2,227.37
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Queen Charlotte City-Tlell   $8,990.37
Tlell-Port Clements   5,666.57
Port Clements-Masset  3,615.47
Masset-Tow Hill  8,834.70
Prince Rupert Highway   13,516.06
General surveys   3,590.71
$44,213.88
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Local Roads
within Municipal Limits.
Cow Bay Roadway        $5,892.76
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $52,334.01
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929,"  Sec. 6(a):   Wharves.
Shrubsall Fish Warehouse        $4,423.32
Total, Capital Account—AVharves          4,423.32
A'ote 164—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Masset-Tow Hill   $3,227.75
Kumdis Island Slough Trail  349.75
Sandspit roads   366.00
Queen Charlotte City-Tlell   9,712.59
Prince Rupert Court-house streets  117.00
Port Clements streets  495.00
Port Clements-Masset  3,704.90
Osland sidewalks  227.86
Oona River Trail   205.00
Prince Rupert Highway (Kaien Island Section)    2,548.10
Salt Lakes Trail   82.14
Houston-Collison Bay Trail   206.90
Port Simpson streets  254.80
Haysport sidewalks  557.08
Yakoun River Trail  100.00
Sewell roads   123.50
Plant and tools   416.95
Total expenditure, A'ote 164—Roads, Trails, etc       22,693.32
Vote 164—Bridges :   Maintenance.
Sangan River   $883.29
Sundry bridges          1,109.66
Total, Vote 164—Bridges :   Maintenance         1,992.95
Vote 164—Wharves.
Prince Rupert AVharf (maintenance and repair)         $5,235.58
Cow Bay Harbour AVharf  550.71
Total, A'ote 164—Wharves          5,786.29
Total expenditure, Prince Rupert District      $87,229.89 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 151
REVELSTOKE DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C.-Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Reg. No.
78.  Sidmouth-Sproat  $38.85
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
New road near Yard Creek Bridge   $3,999.52
1. Arrowhead Mill   733.06
72. Revelstoke (east)   3,099.14
78. Sidmouth-Sproat  239.10
Settlers' roads  5,318.74
Silver Creek   8,938.75
13. Big Bend  32,072.10
71. Revelstoke-Arrowhead     12,494.61
72. Revelstoke  (west)    24,889.90
Big Bend Trail (Goldstream to Mica Creek)   4,999.46
$96,784.38
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $96,823.23
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Protection
of Highways.
Illecillewaet River above Upper Bridge      $12,017.49
Total, Capital Account—Protection of Highways        12,017.49
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (re) :   Trails to
Mineral Areas.
Fish River Trail        $2,498.01
Total, Capital Account—Trails to Mineral Areas  :         2,498.01
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
Silver  Creek    $38.60
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
123. Revelstoke  (west)        $12,345.78
1-Mile Creek        15,392.41
$27,738.19
Total, Capital Account—Bridges        27,776.79
A'ote 164—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
6. Austrian Settlement   $295.00
8.  Beaton-Camborne  547.50
10. Beaton-Trout Lake ,  951.42
11. Begbie  515.00
12. Bell Townsite   242.00
13. Big Bend   3,586.95
16. Clough  173.25
19. Eagle Landing-Sicamous   320.62
21. Fish River  141.90
23. Fourth Street Sub  162.71
27. Galena Bay (south) ,  514.50
31. Golf-links  128.84
34. Hall's Landing ,  144.00
38. Husted  150.00
46. Little Scotland   973.63
50. Malakwa-Johnson-Ross   71.42
51. Malakwa-Mizon  113.87
Carried forward _       $9,038.61 $139,115.52 —=	
T 152
PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT,  1929-30.
REVELSTOKE DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 164—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.  ■
Brought forward  $9,038.61 $139,115.52
Reg. No.
55. Malakwa-A'enn  116.00
66. Nelson     72.00
67. Nicoll    239.50
71. Revelstoke-Arrowhead   12,054.24
72. Revelstoke  (east)  628.38
73. Revelstoke  (south)  420.00
74. Revelstoke  (west)  16,995.31
78. Sidmouth-Sproat  446.50
81. Solsqua-Bowie  3,624.25
103. McKay  114.75
114. Orser  494.50
120.  Gordon-Blomquist   98.00
104. Big Bend Trail  718.26
105. Downie  72.00
111. Fish River   256.75
114. Halcyon    108.00
117. Keystone Creek  72.00
122. Mastadon and Adair  218.65
125. Oyster  86.00
126. Pool Creek  79.00
12S. Rosebery  84.00
130. Flat Creek  50.00
131. Silver Creek   370.86
132. Scout     57.00
St. Leon   231.41
Sundry roads (units under $50)   585.33
Camp equipment   520.17
Plant and tools  11.970.32
Auto Account  136.83
Total, A'ote 164—Roads, Trails, etc       59,958.62
Vote 164—Bridges :   Maintenance.
1. Austrian Settlement   $149.00
2. Beaton     74.37
4. Beaton-Camborne  107.00
5. Beaton-Camborne  129.50
6. Beaton-Camborne     1,095.74
16. Begbie  1,465.38
20. Big Bend  103.71
21. Big Bend   78.31
28. Big Bend  51.95
39. Pool Creek   101.87
40. Fish River  1,050.77
47. Galena Bav  440.35
54. Galena Bay   390.00
79. Nicoll   05.00
103. Columbia     366.95
108-128. Revelstoke (west)    1,134.50
107. Revelstoke  (west)  466.10
120. Revelstoke  (west)    125.00
121. Revelstoke   (west)     301.18
123. Revelstoke (west)    996.98
125. Revelstoke  (west)  491.17
127. Yard Creek   2,202.84
128. Cambie  820.50
135. Sidmouth-Sproat    91.00
142. Solsqua-Bowie  2.527.71
144. Suspension  (foot)  500.00
1.45. Sicamous (foot)  152.50
153. 8-Mile (south)   ,  399.12
287. Big Bend Trail  1,263.00
Carried forward  $17,147.50 $199,074.14 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 153
REVELSTOKE DISTRICT—Continued.
A'ote 164—Bridges:  Maintenance — Continued.
Brought forward  $17,147.50 $199,074.14
Reg. No.
288. St. Leon   275.65
AA'illiamson Lake   65.94
Sundry bridges (units under $50)    838.96
Total, A'ote 164—Bridges :   Maintenance        18,328.05
A'ote 164—Ferries.
1. Arrowhead-Beaton   $7,000.00
2. Goldstream  200.00
3. Hall's Landing   3,324.39
4. 12-Mile  :  11,938.68
Total, A'ote 164—Ferries        22,463.07
A'ote 164—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service).
8. Beaton-Camborne   $380.90
10. Beaton-Trout Lake  '....'.  218.90
11. Begbie  124.40
13. Big Bend  1,053.30
23. Fourth Street Sub  257.00
25. Galena Bay Logging  124.00
34. Hall's Landing  66.00
71. Revelstoke-Arrowhead     641.55
72. Revelstoke  (east)  122.20
74. Revelstoke  (west)   -. ,  2,043.66
78. Sidmouth-Sproat  75.50
95. Cemetery  05.87
116. Isaac Creek  166.38
Sundry roads   (units under $50)     270.81
Sundry bridges (units under $50)    334.50
Plant and tools   1,899.31
Total, Vote 164—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service)         7.844.2S
A'ote 136—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
Fish River   $500.00
Scout     75.00
Black Bear  200.00
North Fork of Downie   75.00
Keystone   Creek     100.00
Big Bend  397.13
Sable Creek   50.00
Fish River   449.75
Mastadon and Adair   275.00
Total, A'ote 136—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary   2,121.88
Total expenditure, Revelstoke District   $249,831.42
RICHMOND-POINT GREY DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a):  Roads.
3. Marine Drive   $2,750.58
19. Richmond Highway, No. 70b  4,910.04
9. Woodward Highway, No. 50b   581.65
Total, Capital Account—Roads        $8,242.27
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (re) :   Local Roads
within Organized Territory.
5. Fraser Avenue      $10',365.50
Total, Capital Account—Local Roads within Organized Territory        10,365.50
Carried forward     $18,607.77 T 154 PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1929-30.
RICHMOND-POINT GREY DISTRICT— Continued.
Brought forward     $18,607.77
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :  Bridges.
Reg. No.
1. Beacon Gulch        $5,565.89
Total, Capital Account—Bridges          5,565.89
A'ote 164—AViiarves.
Ladner  (wharf rental)    $50.00
Total, Vote 164—Wharves   50.00
Vote 164—Ferries.
Ladner-Woodward, No. 3        $7,480.00
Total, Vote 164—Ferries         7,480.00
A'ote 164—Traffic Operation  (including Snow-removal Service).
3. Marine Drive   $243.93
Total, Vote 164—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service)  243.93
Vote 165—Local Roads within Organized Territory.
5. Fraser Avenue        $1,049.17
Total, Vote 165—Local Roads within Organized Territory         1,049.17
A'ote 164—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :  Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
2. Imperial Street   $2,071.02
3. Marine Drive   5,644.65
4. Steveston Highway, No. 84b   2,004.00
9. Woodward Highway, No. 50b   1,484.45
Woodward's Landing Boom   661.98
Plant  and  tools  409.73
Supervision—
General Foreman   2,771.31
Auto A-17   334.17
Chevrolet Truck S-118 and purchase of new truck   1,155.97
Total, A'ote 164—Roads, Trails, etc       16,537.28
A'ote 164—Bridges :   Maintenance,
2. University     $536.43
4, 5. Eburne bridges          9,496.82
Total, Vote 164—Bridges :   Maintenance        10,033.25
Total expenditure, Richmond-Point Grey District     $59,567.29
ROSSLAND-TRAIL DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
23. Trail-Rossland          $9,180.13
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (re) :   Roads.
2. Big Sheep Creek        $2,993.72
4. Castlegar-Trail        39,564.20
14. Rossland-Caseade          9,496.85
Carried forward     $52,054.77 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 155
ROSSLAND-TRAIL DISTRICT—Continued.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads—Continued.
Brought forward  $52,054.77
Reg. No.
16. Rossland-Paterson     11.540.94
23. Trail-Rossland  5,724.65
$69,320.36
23. Trail-Rossland  (contract)         66,056.19
$135,376.55
Total, Capital Account—Roads   $144,556.68
HE, JX-1
A'ote 164—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
2. Big Sheep Creek   $495.03
2a. Blueberry     110.93
4. Castlegar-Trail    5,293.00
5. Castlegar-AVest Robson   163.00
6. Columbia-Kootenay   136.00
7. Deschamps   (north)     2,595.60
12. Milestone     224.00
14. Ross-Cascade   4,744.33
16. Ross-Paterson   4,834.33
18. Stony Creek  (lower)    95.00
21. Trail (east)   422.64
22. Trail-Fort Sheppard   104.00
23. Trail-Rossland  3,091.14
24. Trail-Rossland (old)   555.92
25 Violin Lake   524.25
Coykendahl Trail   32.00
Plant and tools  663.51
Total, A'ote 164—Roads, Trails, etc       24,195.96
A'ote 164—Bridges :   Maintenance.
1. Castlegar-Trail, No. 1b  $129.64
12. Castlegar-West Robson, No. 1   75.00
13. Castlegar-AVest Robson, No. 2   75.00
15. Deschamps (north), No. 1   150.00
16. Deschamps (north), No. 2b   75.00
17. Deschamps, No. 3  99.75
18. Deschamps, No. 4   97.30
19. Deschamps, No. 5  ,  400.00
24. Rossland-Cascade, No. 1     75.00
25. Rossland-Cascade, No. 2   70.00
36. Trail-Rossland,  No.  1   150.00
37. Trail-Rossland, No. 2   175.00
40. Violin Lake, No. 1     67.42
41. Violin Lake, No. 2     60.17
42. Violin Lake, No. 3   154.00
Total, Vote 164—Bridges :   Maintenance          1,853.28
A'ote 164—Ferries.
Castlegar          $6,497.46
Total, Vote 164—Ferries          6,497.46
Vote 164—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service).
4. Castlegar-Trail    $1,017.29
14. Rossland-Cascade    592.30
16. Rossland-Paterson     678.28
23. Trail-Rossland     1,150.03
Total, Vote 164—Traffic Operation  (including Snow-removal Service)         3,437.90
Carried forward  $180,541.28 T 156
PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1929-30.
ROSSLAND-TRAIL DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward  $180,541.28
Vote 136—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
Trail to Mayflower   $100.00
Total, Vote 136—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary  100.00
Total expenditure, Rossland-Trail District   $180,641.28
SAANICH DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a):  Roads.
Limekiln    $55,404.89
West Saanich   746.74
Helmcken    :  1,238.13
Burnside    830.14
Gorge  (Primary Ia)     2,891.49
Saanich and Quadra  (Secondary 1b)   1,918.58
West Saanich  (Secondary 2b)     2,000.50
West Saanich  (Primary 56a)    9,247.35
Verdier (Primary 57a)    4,332.02
Benvenuto  (Primary 58a)    285.75
Bituminous surfacing   3,007.11
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $81,902.70
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6(a):   Local Roads
within Organized Territory.
Scott Road        $2,176.91
Total, Capital Account—Local Roads within Organized Territory         2,176.91
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a):   Wharves.
Mill Bay Ferry Landing   $109.40
Total, Capital Account—Wharves   109.40
A'ote 164—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
4. Burnside   $93.64
5. Helmcken     444.13
7. Wildwood    224.01
8. Eaton  21.50
12. Holland   164.75
14. Chancellor   358.25
15. Portage   806.65
16. Conrad   247.63
17. McTavish    260.6S
18. Connaught   355.00
19. Crescent     186.00
1b. Quadra and Saanich (secondary)   609.23
2b. West Saanich   (secondary)     745.09
51b. Verdier (secondary)    144.89
Ia. Gorge   (primary)     1,157.43
54a. Quadra and Saanich (primary)   490.17
55a. East Saanich (primary)    452.51
56a. West Saanich (primary)   654.05
58a. Keatings and Benvenuto (primary)   239.62
Supervision   3.499.66
Plant and tools   9,635.13
Total, Vote 164—Roads, Trails, etc       20,790.02
Carried forward  $104,979.03 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 157
SAANICH DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward  $104,979.03
A'ote 164—Bridges :   Maintenance.
Reg. No.
19. Craigflower     $236.78
Total, Vote 164—Bridges :   Maintenance   236.7S
A'ote 164—Wharves,
Mill Bay Ferry Landing   $482.96
Total, Vote 164—Wharves   482.96
Vcte 165—Local Roads within Organized Territory.
Scott Road        $1,100.70
Total, A'ote 165—Local Roads within Organized Territory          1,100.70
Total expenditure, Saanich District   $106,799.47
SALMON ARM DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Adams Lake   $2,430.99
Eagle Bay   2,486.34
Balmoral-Blind  Bay    842.97
Campbell Creek  46.23
Tappen-Skimikin     977.23
Fowler-Willette   1.033.77
Harper Valley   606.65
Kamloops-Salmon  Arm    34,376.75
Salmon Arm-Grande Prairie, No. 47a     171.00
Salmon Arm-Grande Prairie, No. 50a    1,488.64
Salmon Arm-Grande Prairie Indian Reserve   2,903.69
Salmon Arm-Grande Prairie, No. 26b  662.91
Kamloops-Vernon   14,236.01
Celista-Magna Bay   1,423.39
Pinantan     S52.51
Pritchard-Pinantan    2,404.96
Robins Range   1,713.54
Sicamous-Miara   1,157.79
Squilax—Anglemont     2,555.12
Squilax-Turtle Valley  1.971.99
White Lake   2,244.57
North Thompson Highway   30,199.64
Alexander Avenue-Palmer Street, No. 51a   3.428.17
Salmon Arm-Enderby, No. 80b   2,567.91
Old Enderby. No. 49a   2,957.01
Canoe, No. 76b   56.50
$115,796.2S
Capital Account'—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Salmon Arm-Grande Prairie, No. 26b        $1,140.22
Old Enderby Road, No. 66b         2,643.29
$3,783.51
Total, Capital Account—Roads   $119,579.79
Carried forward  $119,579.79 T 158
PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1929-30.
SALMON ARM DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward  $119,579.79
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (re) :  Bridges.
Shuswap   $4,544.00
Salmon Arm   1,794.96
Schweb     48.16
Morgan    48.16
Squilax     85,029.79
$91,465.07
Less credit refund, Forest Branch, Adams River Bridge   1,001.39
Total, Capital Account—Bridges        90,463.68
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Ferries.
Reg. No.
6. Shuswap   Lake  $24,000.00
Total,  Capital Account—Ferries        24,000.00
A'ote 164—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Albas  $875.68
2. Adams Lake   914,80
4. Anglemont (east)    184.99
7. Bear Creek   158.50
8. Bolean Creek   733.48
9. Blind Bay-Eagle Bay   1,247.90
10. Blind Bay-Carlin   215.30
11. Birch Island-Lost Creek   204:50
14. Campbell  Meadows    540.06
16. Chase Creek   2.476.12
18. Chase Town  574.97
19. Chase-Skimikin-Tappen    1,357.10
20. Chum  Creek   278.50
23. Celista District   921.09
24. Douglas Lake-Grande Prairie   740.54
25. Ducks Station-Disdero   30.62
26. Duck Range   779.30
27. Fadear Creek   71.50
28. Fowler-Willette     1,706.82
29. Falkland  246.40
32. Glenemma    150.25
33. Glenemma-Armstrong     111.12
36. Harper Valley  511.10
39. Kamloops-Salmon Arm   9,666.57
40. Kamloops-A'ernon  6,967.07
41. Kamloops-Shuswap     382.47
46. Mad River   120.46
47. Martin Prairie    663.15
48. Meadow Creek   131.86
49. Magna Bay   773.62
53. Notch Hill-Blind Bay   106.75
54. Notch Hill-Carlin-Tappen   1,182.71
55. Notch Hill and vicinity   552.61
59. Paxton Valley   300.90
60. Paul   Lake-Pritchard     840.27
61. Pinantan District  1,080.29
64. Pillar Lake  550.80
65. Robins Range   882.15
67. Salmon Arm Municipality  (east)    330.87
68. Salmon Arm City  260.80
69. Salmon Arm Municipality (west)   79.66
70. Salmon River  1,245.30
71. Sicamous-Vera on    570.65
72. Squilax-Anglemont     1,683.79
73. Sorrento-Blind Bay   210.50
Carried forward  $43,613.89 $234,043.47 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 159
SALMON ARM DISTRICT—Continued.
A'ote 164—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $43,613.89 $234,043.47
Reg. No.
74. Sorrento District   313.66
75. Seymour Arm   423.75
79. Squilax-Turtle Valley    1.293.59
80. Tappen-White Lake   1,380.46
81. Tappen-Mobley-Brown   381.40
83. Yellowhead  Pass   1,598.25
88. Blue River Town   623.25
89. Gleneden Road   99.87
Sundry roads  (units under $50)    31.12
Camp equipment  1,322.45
Plant maintenance   3,181.30
Plant and tools   4,653.84
Material   1,145.21
Total, Vote 164—Roads, Trails, etc       60,062.04
Vote 164—Bridges :   Maintenance.
1. Adams River (upper)    $2,002.78
9. Bolton Creek   818.97
13. Campbell Creek   29.60
25. Chase Creek  206.46
34. Dilworth   20.50
36. Ducks     65.00
66. Miller     60.00
73. MacKenzie     30.50
75. Moore Creek    30.50
80. Pritchard   36.60
83. Ross Creek   197.50
84. Salmon Arm, No. 1  612.02
86. Salmon Arm, No. 3   18.75
88a. Schweb    55.28
88b. Salmon River, No. 4  40.00
96. Shuswap    6.60
105. Squilax-Little River  426.10
134. Stony Creek   67.50
135. Sweedall's   563.50
138. AVarren Creek   ,  47.85
142. White Creek, No. 4     99.31
143. AVhite Creek, No. 5     37.55
152. Wright's   350.28
Total, Vote 164—Bridges :   Maintenance          5,823.15
A'ote 164—Ferries.
1- Avola   $553.28
2. Vavenby  1.188.65
3. Sorrento-Scotch  Creek    2,554.36
4. Squilax, Little River   1.132.82
5. Ducks  949.82
Shuswap Lake (subsidy)    7,682.52
Total, Vote 164—Ferries        14,061.45
A'ote 164—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service).
Snow-removal          $2,156.59
Total, Vote 164—Traffic Operation  (including Snow-removal Service)         2,156.59
Vote 136—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
AVhite Lake Trail   $50.00
Total, Vote 136—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary   50.00
Total expenditure, Salmon Arm District   $316,196.70 	
T 160 PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1929-30.
SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Keremeos-Princeton  (survey)    $467.79
Olalla Diversion  538.17
Richter Pass   109.75
$1,115.71
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Marron A'alley (Yellow Lake)     $43,985.53
Penticton-Carmi (survey)    2,497.95
Penticton-Oliver  (Dog Lake Section)     45.10
Penticton-Oliver Diversion   5,986.66
Princeton—Keremeos     83,765.93
Princeton streets   11,372.28
Keremeos  streets    2,498.10
Road to Tulameen Coal-mines  1,621.32
White Lake :. 756.64
Penticton-Oliver (Oliver-Osoyoos Section)    1,131.38
Penticton-Naramata   (Secondary 29b)     2,795.72
Penticton-Summerland  14,638.14
Princeton-Copper Mountain  5,829.22
Road to Pleasant A'alley Coal-mines   7,581.98
Penticton Creek (protection)   25,000.00
Kelowna-Carmi     96.00
$209,601.95
Total, Capital Account—Roads   $210,717.60
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (re) :   Bridges.
Reg. No.
Bridge on Yellow Lake Road   $4,069.04
Brewery Hill Trestle  3,100.06
34-163. Bear Creek Road  2,813.26
34-133. Otter Creek  1.345.00
34-104.  Penticton-Summerland     4,583.77
Total, Capital Account—Bridges        15,911.13
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Trails to
Mineral Areas.
Trunk trail to Junction of Pasayten and Similkameen Rivers   (Roche)
and east to Ashnola River Trail   $3,841.10
Total, Capital Account—Trails to Mineral Areas          3,841.10
A'ote 164—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Allison-Copper Mountain   $135.00
9. Allenby   91.72
67. Cawston roads  374.12
14. China Creek   141.08
10. Copper Mountain  437.01
30. Coalmont streets   122.60
16. D'Arcy Mountain  62.75
21. Fairview-Camp McKinney    275.76
22. Fairview-Cawston   200.24
23. Fairview roads   185.18
26. Fairview-White Lake   210.75
29. 5-Mile-Princeton     474.50
44. Granite Creek-Blakeburn   999.79
32. Granite Mountain   60.00
35. Hedlev-Princeton   1.905.34
Carried forward       $5,67584 $230,469.! STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
T 161
SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 164—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $5,675.84 $230,469.89
Reg. No.
59. Hope-Princeton    81.75
38. Kaleden-Okanagan Falls  77.37
65. Keremeos Creek Crossing   159.50
41. Keremeos-Hedley   1,055.76
43. Keremeos  Station    80.71
06. Keremeos streets   191.08
42. Kruger Mountain   102.50
47. Marron Valley  - 511.28
51. McLean Creek   57.50
45. Myers Flat-Okanagan Falls   125.73
25. Nickel Plate  242.25
81. Okanagan Falls streets   213.56
86. Oliver-Osoyoos   2,735.65
90. Oliver streets  743.38
53. 1-Mile-Princetcon  738.48
54. Osoyoos-Sidley Mountain   2,083.99
56. Pearce     139.50
74. Penticton Creek   198.00
60. Penticton-Keremeos     2,610.62
20. Penticton-Oliver     3,685.87
73. Penticton-Summerland    1,239.56
Pleasant Valley Coal-mine   116.25
63. Princeton-Otter Lake   1,539.76
68. Princeton streets   395.42
61. Princeton-Stevenson  Creek   155.88
Roads generally   289.25
52. Richter Pass  469.25
Road to Red Star Group  136.07
80. Shingle Creek   308.97
97. Sidlev Mountain roads   95,87
93. S.O.L. Project  282.00
72. South Similkameen  702.04
78. Summers Creek   254.60
87. Tulameen-Summit City  821.72
76. Tulameen streets   59.10
88. Vaseaux Lake (east)    282.19
40. White Lake  228.05
14a. Fairview-Summerland     2,484.52
29-n. Pentic-ton-Naramata  785.41
Sundry roads (units under $50)   184.05
Plant and tools   10,200.99
Material   1,907.79
Supervision—General Foreman and auto  4,024.82
Total, Vote 164—Roads, Trails, etc     $48,473.88
Vote 164—Bridges :   Maintenance.
159. Blair   $61.75
97. Cawston .:  333.02
18. Copper Mountain, No. 1  .'  164.49
Eagle Creek  1,009.52
41. Fairview-Camp McKinney   740.05
42. 5-Mile, No. 1  j  76.34
45. 5 Mile, No. 4   129.39
46. 5-Mile, No. 5  128.39
48. Granite Creek   1.049.51
74. Hedley-Princeton, No. 7   112.60
Hedley-20-Mile, Bridges 34-51, 52, 53, 54, 55, and 56   526.87
76. Hope-Princeton, No. 2   508.29
Kelly Creek  125.00
178. McAlpine   280.14
9 Mile Creek Bridge  268.98
Carried forward '  $5,514.34 $278,943.77
11 	
T 162
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1929-30.
SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT— Continued.
Vote 164—Bridges:   Maintenance— Continued.
Reg. No.
Brought forward..
101.
102.
103.
114.
116.
117.
24.
104.
134.
135.
154.
155.
142.
143.
144.
161.
162.
163.
36.
43.
93.
98.
105.
83.
S4.
120.
123.
125
126.
129.
131.
132.
149.
1-Mile, No. 1
1-Mile, No. 2
Osoyoos
Penticton-Keremeos, No. 10 ....
Penticton-Keremeos, No. 12 ....
Penticton-Keremeos, No. 13 ....
Penticton-Oliver, No. 4 	
Penticton-Summerland, No. 1
Princeton-Otter Lake 	
Princeton-Otter Lake, No. 8 ...
Princeton-Otter Lake, No. 9 ..
Shingle Creek, No. 7 	
Shingle Creek, No. 8 	
Summers Creek, No. 4	
Summers Creek, No. 5 	
Summers Creek, No. 6	
Sutter Creek 	
Tulameen Summit City, No. 3
Tulameen Summit City, No. 4 ,
Tulameen Summit City, No. 5 .
Keremeos  (old bridge)  	
Ashnola  	
Bresnaham   	
Canyon Creek 	
5 Mile, No. 2 	
Keremeos—Hedley, No. 9 	
Okanagan Falls streets	
Penticton-Keremeos, No. 1 	
Penticton-Keremeos   	
Penticton-Keremeos, No. 26 	
Penticton-Keremeos, No. 16 	
Penticton-Keremeos, No. 19 	
Penticton-Keremeos, No. 21 	
Penticton-Keremeos, No. 22 	
Princeton—Otter Lake, No. 3 	
Princeton—Otter Lake, No. 5 	
Princeton-Otter Lake, No. 6 	
Shingle Creek, No. 2 	
Unnamed bridge, Penticton-Keremeos Road
Unnamed bridge, Summit Camp Road 	
$5,514.34 $278,943.77
38.65
28.01
66.11
76.35
43.08
57.60
1,513.28
639.45
13.75
135.50
141.13
44.90
58.45
12.67
123.34
99.18
100.00
33.70
71.14
138.88
802.48
7,784.35
250.00
267.00
521.89
96.05
153.00
1,624.48
146.20
149.07
126.15
249.70
203.36
275.11
220.84
136.16
215.19
226.65
103.41
150.00
Total, A'ote 164—Bridges :   Maintenance        22,650.60
A'ote 164—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service).
Copper Mountain 	
D'Arcy Mountain 	
5 Mile-Princeton	
Granite Creek-Blakeburn  	
Hedley-Prineeton   	
Hope-Princeton   	
Keremeos—Hedley	
Marron Valley	
1-Mile-Princeton   	
Osoyoos-Sidley Mountain .-	
Penticton-Keremeos   	
Penticton-Oliver   	
Penticton-Summerland 	
Princeton-Otter Lake 	
Princeton streets	
Shingle Creek  ,	
Snow-removal equipment 	
$242.41
4.50
39.00
108.25
341.46
18.00
85.20
87.66
97.23
275.62
293.29
181.35
82.47
355.49
5.75
11.26
811.77
Total, A'ote 164—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service).
Carried forward	
3,040.71
$304,635.08 SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward  $304,635.08
A'ote 136—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
Bear Creek Road  $300.00
Findlay Creek Coal-mine Road   563.00
Colconda Claim Road  1,728.86
Nickel Plate Road   599.73
Peggy and adjoining group of claims, 20-Mile Creek   75.00
Rabbit Mountain and Boulder Creek Trail, Tulameen   100.00
R. J. Armstrong claims, Summers Creek  150.00
Road to Shamrock No. 1 to No. 6 Mineral Claims, Summers Creek  250.00
Road to John Guest Leases, Tulameen River  102.50
Siwash Creek Trail  97.75
Summit Camp Road   191.25
Summers Creek   46.00
Trail from Badger Creek to Hope Trail  75.00
Trail to Tulameen No. 1 to No. 4 Claims, headwaters of Tulameen River 249.50
Trail to head of Dewdney Creek   600.00
Trail to Yuninan Group   150.00
Trail to property of Morning Star Mines, Ltd., Skagit River   1,500.00
Trail from North Fork of Granite Creek to Canyon Trail on South Fork
of Tulameen River   35.50
Total, A'ote 136—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary          6,814.09
Total expenditure, Similkameen District   $311,449.17
SKEENA DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Prince Rupert Highway (Hazelton-Terrace)    $471.40
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6(a):  Roads.
Prince Rupert Highway (Kitsalas-Terrace)    $23,965.31
Prince Rupert Highway  (Kitsalas-Usk)    24,393.46
Prince Rupert Highway (Andimaul-AA'oodcock)   16,413.26
Prince Rupert Highway  (Hazelton-Telkwa)    15,711.04
Prince Rupert Highway (surveys)   7,430.06
Prince Rupert Highway (Cedarville-Terrace)     1,299.03
Lakelse Lake-Hotspring Road   686.86
$89,899.02
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $90,370.42
Capital Account-—" B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
Beament  $94.50
Copper River Suspension   438.61
$533.11
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
Meanskinisht      $5,468.44
39-Mile Gulch   2,168.01
Main Fork of Telkwa, No. 74  26.93
Haguelgate     1,866.15
Dorreen Overhead   68.18
$9,597.71
Total, Capital Account—Bridges        10,130.82
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Ferries.
Cedarvale, No. 5       $4,637.66
Total, Capital Account—Ferries          4,637.66
Carried forivard.:  $105,138.90 T 164
PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1929-30.
SKEENA DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward  $105,138.90
A'ote 164—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
3. Aitken    .'  $138.00
119. Andrew     308.00
11. Babine    150.00
13. Cronin     168.00
83. Chapman  115.44
84. Coal  163.33
17. Cedarvale-Woodcock   92.00
126. Campbell  207.20
205. Copper River  2,032.99
293. Claxton-Carlisle   299.12
23. Driftwood Creek  574.46
120. Deiter   75.00
114. Dairy    386.90
60. Ekman   70.00
111. Engman   178.00
44. Frank   239.00
30. Glen Meadow-Salmon Creek   1,464.25
82. Goodwin   68.75
220. Groundhog Mountain Trail   1,603.13
103. Glacier   130.00
34. Heal-Morris    190.70
35. Hudson Bay Mountain   998.06
37. Hynes Settlement   124.40
123. Hodkin   443.38
54. Halliwell    84.35
110. Hislop     463.80
303. Hazelton streets   84.50
16. Kitwanga-Woodcock   300.90
40. Kitwanga  Valley    51.00
42. Kitimat    251.75
20. Kalum Street   152.75
43. Kalum Lake (main)    4,831.38
229. Kalum Lake Shore Trail   212.00
48. Kispiox—Swan      91.96
49. Kispiox Valley  683.24
50. Kitsequekla   60.00
Klemto Cannery   500.00
85. Lakelse Avenue    50.38
52. Lakelse   3,264.51
99. Lanfaere     77.00
101. Moore '  102.00
291. Moore's Cove Trail, Claxton   50.00
57. Morkley  '.  602.36
128. Murray  50.00
236. Manson Creek Trail  315.50
64. 9-Mile Mountain    5,462.76
62. New Hazelton High Level   92.00
25. Owen's  152.45
77. Prince Rupert Highway (Hubert-Smithers)   3,379.98
91. Smithers-Moricetown    4,386.70
32. Moricetown-Hazelton     1,352.24
33. Hazelton-Cedarvale  590.97
100. Cedarvale-Terrace   461.88
66. Poplar Park   125.75
Port Essington streets  307.34
7. Remo    1,363.91
19. Snake   147.35
39. Sherwood   75.50
65 Seymour Lake   100.00
107. Telkwa High  1,513.50
90. Tatlow  361.63
237. Telkwa River Trail  120.00
86. Usk-Vanarsdol   398.10
Carried forward  $42,891.55 $105,138.90 	
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T l6o
SKEENA DISTRICT— Continued.
Vote 164—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward     $42,891.55 $105,138.90
Reg. No.
98. West side of Kispiox   1,458.95
14. Williams     50.00
92. AVest side of Skeena (north)   514.50
93. West side of Skeena (south)  139.50
42a. Lakelse Avenue  (P.R.)    445.50
67b. Kalum Street (S.R.)  134.10
Sundry roads (units under $50)    408.80
Plant and tools   11,349.88
Material   1,782.40
Camp Account  817.95
Total, A'ote 164—Roads, Trails, etc       59,993.13
A'ote 164—Bridges :   Maintenance.
7. Bulkley River (at Telkwa)   $54.95
51. Hazelton (Bulkley River)  394.40
159. Braun's Island   178.55
146. Kitsegaas ...!  50.00
64. Laird Slough  1,237.66
70. Meanskinisht  477.64
90. Spring Creek ,  417.40
102. Telkwa-Pine Creek  ,  115.00
101. Telkwa River   70.30
126. Zimacord    950.89
180. Kerr   359.33
181. Mason Creek  564.90
91. Swede Creek  ,  872.84
179. Stony Creek  158.45
Sundry bridges (units under $50)   107.17
Total, Vote 164—Bridges :   Maintenance          6,009.48
Vote 164—Ferries.
Cedarvale  $2,060.91
Copper City  '.  950.14
Hazelton     1,902.95
Kitwanga     963.42
Pacific     1,323.78
Remo     2,107.01
Usk   1,358.90
Copper River Basket   122.30
Total, Vote 164—Ferries        10,789.41
A'ote 164—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service).
Expenditure  $1,201.62
Total, A'ote 164—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service)..         1,201.62
Vote 136—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
E.D. Group   $235.50
Driftwood  Creek  1,917.95
Home Group   100.00
Silver Lakes  1,679.85
Seven Sisters  250.00
Legate Creek .-  750.00
Kleanza Creek   494.94
Telkwa River, Telkwa   150.00
Thoen Basin  300.00
Kleanza-Gold Creek  ,  249.50
Silver Chloride  72.00
Carried forward  $6,199.74 $183,132.54 	
	
T 166
PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1929-30.
SKEENA DISTRICT—Continued.
A'ote 136—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary—Continued.
Brought forward  $6,199.74 $183,132.54
Chimdemash Creek  249.50
Snowshoe Group   15.00
Singlehurst     198.00
Telkwa River (South Fork)    1,000.00
Black Bear Group  100.00
Coyote Creek (coal leases)   100.00
Silver Sisters .-  200.00
Hunter Basin-Telkwa  .-  593.15
Kitnayakwa River  100.00
Morning Star   100.00
Telkwa River (west of South Fork)    349.30
McCabe  100.00
Nine-mile Mountain   2.494.39
Sunset     150.00
Maroon Creek   395.10
Williams Creek   100.00
Diorite Group  100.00
Grandview Group  100.00
Hazelton-Fort Babine  676.55
Cronin     1,490.24
Duthie Mines (Hudson Bay Mountain)   467.49
Midway Group   100.00
Total, A'ote 136—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary  ]       15,378.46
Total expenditure, Skeena District   $198,511.00
SOUTH OKANAGAN DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Summerland-Peachland High   $30.00
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Reg. No.
Summerland-Peachland High   '.  $112,059.42
Kelowna-Carmi    1,690.58
Penticton-Summerland    3,982.64
Peachland-Westbank  1,884.13
16.  Kelowna-A'ernon  (north)    2,994.46
13.  Hydraulic Creek   1,837.75
50. Casorso   2,829.30
Lake Shore (Okanagan Mission)  400.88
Sundry surveys  1,375.95
$129,055.11
Total, Capital Account—Roads   $129,085.11
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Protection
of Highways.
Mission Creek   $17,466.39
Camp Creek  1,698.61
Total, Capital Account—Protection of Highways        19,165.00
Vote 164—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
2. Bulman Subdivision   $88.50
4. Belgo Subdivision  (south)    595.00
5. Bear Creek   53.25
7. Benvoulin     528.30
9.  Glenmore  Valley     179.50
Carried forward  $1,444.55 $148,250.11 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
T 167
SOUTH OKANAGAN DISTRICT—Continued,
Vote 164—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $1,444.55 $148,250.11
Reg. No.
13. Hydraulic Creek   413.75
15. Joe Riche District   1,684.78
16. Kelowna-Vernon  (north)      1,137.74
17. Kelowna-Vernon   (south)  4,113.91
18. K.L.O. Main  :  515.50
19. K.L.O. Subdivision   37S.65
20. Lewis Bailey  357.00
21. Lake Shore (Okanagan Mission)    1,021.18
23. McDougall  Creek   54.00
25. North Naramata   208.63
26. Naramata Village   309.75
27. Naramata  Subdivision   605.13
29. Okanagan Centre Subdivision   364.50
30. Peachland Municipality    1,969.51
31. Peachland-Princeton     112.25
32. Penticton-Summerland     2,932.64
33. Penticton-Naramata   1,031.98
34. Rutland Subdivision    939.33
35. Riehter Street    129.00
37. S.K.L. Subdivision   518.15
38. South Okanagan and branches   355.75
39. Spiers     72.89
40. Summerland-Peachland   721.25
41. Summerland Municipality    1,731.19
42. Shingle Creek and branches   134.50
43. Trepanier and branches   306.13
46. Westside    235.75
47. Westbank Subdivision   262.63
48. Westbank Ferry   2,246.70
49. Woods Lake Bottom roads  288.25
50. Casorso    85.30
Sundry roads  (units under $50)     224.25
Material Account  1,245.98
Plant and tools   16,695.90
Roads, general   981.50
Supervision—
General Foreman  2,248.92
Auto   763.18
Foreman's car   440.36
Total, A'ote 164—Roads, Trails, etc       49,282.36
A'ote 164—Bridges :  Maintenance.
27. Mill Creek, No. 3     $46.53
28. Mill Creek, No. 4   93.04
29. Mill Creek, No. 5     45.53
34. Mission Creek, No. 2     923.97
36. Mission Creek, No. 4   378.61
7. Camp Creek, No. 5   63.00
Bridges  generally    111.10
Sundry bridges  (units under $50)     267.40
39. McDougall Creek, No. 1   331.12
21. Hydraulic Creek   237.71
45. Chute Creek   1,151.07
22. Horse Creek   1,161.60
Total, Vote 164—Bridges :   Maintenance          4,810.6S
A'ote 164—Ferries.
Kelowna-Westbank (credit balance)   $5,174.08
Total, Vote 164—Ferries   (credit)            5,174.08
Carried forward  $197,169.07 T 168
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1929-30.
.SOUTH OKANAGAN DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward	
$197,169.07
A'ote 161—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service).
Reg. No.
16,
13.
21.
18,
7.
37.
34.
3.
15.
50.
48.
47.
32.
42.
24.
33.
29.
2.
49.
40.
17. Kelowna-A'ernon	
Hydraulic Creek	
Lake Shore (Okanagan Mission)
19. K.L.O. roads 	
Benvoulin 	
S.K.L. Subdivision 	
Rutland Subdivision 	
Belgo Subdivision   (north)    ,
Joe Riche District 	
Casorso 	
Westbank Ferry Road 	
Westbank Subdivision 	
Penticton-Summerland   	
Shingle Creek and branches 	
Meadow Valley and branches 	
Penticton—Naramata 	
Okanagan Centre Subdivision 	
Bulman Subdivision  	
Woods Lake Bottom roads 	
Summerland-Peachland   	
Road-signs, etc	
$143.75
107.87
76.25
19.00
15.00
20.50
20.00
7.50
25.38
3.75
34.95
50.00
86.39
9.75
19.00
72.38
10.00
4.75
4.75
6S.75
51.83
Total, A'ote 164—Traffic Operation  (including Snow-removal Service).
860.55
Total expenditure, South Okanagan District  $198,029.62
YALE DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1927," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Cariboo Road—Fraser Canyon        $7,270.96
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Lytton—Spences  Bridge          $6,361.31
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Lytton-Spences Bridge   $10,000.90
Kamloops-Merritt    4,276.53
Spences Bridge-Ashcroft   30.151.39
Trans-Provincial Highway and Cariboo Road   18,045.94
Merritt-Spences Bridge  60,457.68
Lytton-Lillooet  3,481.09
Pretty   1,368.16
Ashcroft   (surfacing)     1,493.47
Lytton (surfacing)   2,082.19
Merritt-Princeton  2,762.91
Railway Crossing east of Lytton   1.47S.01
Hope-Rosedale    4,898.61
Spences Bridge  (surfacing)    713.83
Harrison Hot Springs (surfacing)   1,136.64
Fraser Canyon Highway   356.87
$142,704.22
Total, Capital Account—Roads   $156,336.49
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6(a):  Local Roads
within Organized Territory.
Hope     $237.00
Total, Capital Account—Local Roads within Organized Territory   237.00
Carried forward  $156,573.49 -
——
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
T 169
YALE DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward  $156,573.49
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (re) :  Bridges.
Spences Bridge  $230,743.72  "
Siwash Meadows bridges          2,486.27
Total, Capital Account—Bridges      233,229.99
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Protection
of Highways.
AA'ing dam on Fraser River  $580.51
Harrison Lake water-front   4,568.12
Total, Capital Account—Protection of Highways          5,148.63
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) : Trails
to Mineral Areas.
Hope-Jessica        $2,719.31
Fire Mountain   492.50
Total, Capital Account—Trails to Mineral Areas          3,211.81
Vote 164—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
1. Harrison Hot Springs   (28b)      $84.21
2. Harrison Hot Springs   1,276.50
6. Hope-Rosedale   ■   7,147.49
7. Gray   206.00
8. Planet Mines   110,54
10. Laidlaw     122.64
12. Farrell   :  97.00
15 Yale   290.75
16. Othello     222.75
20. Chaumox    137.17
21. Keefers  147.25
22. Lytton-Lillooet     3,090.42
23. Lytton Town   572.51
25. Botanie Creek  437.48
26. Winch    260.75
30. Spences Bridge-Ashcroft   1,625.30
32. Venables Valley   299.99
35. Upper Hat Creek  658.14
36. Cariboo  1,218.89
38. Ashcroft Town   1,306.25
40. Highland Valley   1,343.49
41. Barnes Lake   148.45
42. Cache  Creek-Savona    50.40
43. Back Valley   191.97
44. Merritt-Spences Bridge .'.  7,558.90
48. Aberdeen Mine   206.46
55. Mamit Lake   623.35
57. 8-Mile    :  82.97
63. Kamloops-Merritt   4,973.78
64. Mill Creek    103.10
68. Grande Prairie  1,423.55
69. Lauder-Hawkins     107.75
70. Merritt-Princeton    4,839.59
71. Coldwater  123.59
73. Kane Valley   732.24
74. Loon Lake  165.31
75. Bates   183.31
76. Aspen  Grove-Princeton  541.69
79. Pike Mountain    135.36
80. 5:Mile   498.86
81. Summers Creek   95.62
Carried forward  $43,441.77 $398,163.92 	
T 170
PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1929-30.
YALE DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 164—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward	
Reg. No.
82. Princeton Trail 	
.83. Harrison-Agassiz   	
84. Brookmere	
86. Green   	
87. Basque Siding	
88. Butte Ranch 	
91. Lillooet Avenue (Harrison Hot Springs)
93. Mercer 	
98. Spencers  	
205. Pretty  	
Sundry roads (units under $50) 	
Camp equipment 	
Plant and tools, etc	
Stable 	
Material  	
$43,441.77 $398,163.92
410.00
143.90
75.00
62.97
225.97
549.62
71.50
133.00
60.00
93.28
690.09
607.24
10.566.09
1,17,88
4,954.59
Total, Vote 164—Maintenance:   Roads, Trails, etc       62,202.90
A'ote 164—Bridges :   Maintenance.
Harrison Hot Springs ....
Harrison River	
Ashcroft  	
Logan (on Nicola River)
Nicola  	
Oregon Creek 	
Sundry  bridges  	
$208.00
670.60
1,385.27
367.20
1,013.30
580.02
10,788.24
Total, Vote 164—Bridges :   Maintenance        15,102.63
Lytton
Yale ....
Vote 164—Ferries.
$1,044.39
18.12
Total, Vote 164—Ferries
1,062.51
Vote 164—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service).
Snow-removal on sundry roads        $3,620.85
Total, Vote 164—Traffic Operation  (including Snow-removal Service).
3,620.85
Vote 136—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
Hope-Princeton Trail	
Road to Planet Mines 	
Trail to Pride of Emory Group  c	
Bridge across Coquihalla River 	
Road to Turlight Group 	
Trail down Skagit River 	
Trail to claims on Quoieek Creek 	
Trail, Lear to mineral claims	
Silver Creek Trail 	
Trail to Independance Claims	
Skaist River Trail	
Home Gold Trail	
Trail to Phenomenal Claims 	
Total, Vote 136—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary
Total expenditure, Yale District 	
$500.00
420.75
63.00
132.32
244.50
99.87
535.65
479.50
294.00
50.00
240.00
315.00
160.00
3,534.59
$483,687.40 MISCELLANEOUS.
"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads, Bridges, etc.
Fraser Avenue Bridge  $3,350.43
Surveys  749.41
Equipment Fund  600,000.00
Total, "B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a)  $604,099.84
Vote 164.
Bridges generally  $1,584.66
Ferries generally  42.25
Traffic operation, administration  12,274.86
Launch  4,121.64
Surveys, general  3,810.09
Cariboo Highway  (Toll Section)  28,854.71
Highway-signs .'....  7,693.31
Bridge-signs  549.51
Contingencies  5,484.42
Total, Vote 164        64,415.45
REPAIRS, ETC., TO GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS THROUGHOUT THE
PROVINCE   (EXCEPTING PARLIAMENT BUILDINGS
AND GOVERNMENT HOUSE).
Vote 166.
Alberni   $620.85
Atlin   1,350.33
Anyox   800.43
Ashcroft   48.42
Barkerville     318.43
Civil Service Commissioner's Office   2,324.50
Colony  Farm,  Essondale   6,999.65
Courtenay  14.16
Chilliwack     968.00
Clinton   667.25
Cranbrook     242.00
Cumberland  73.63
Deaf and Blind School   188.40
Fernie     242.07
Fort Fraser   49.40
Fumigation Station   285.00
Industrial School,  Boys'  8,421.00
Industrial School,  Girls'  4,805.20
Golden     327.50
Grand Forks   531.81
Greenwood     162.45
Kamloops   491.15
Kaslo    80.85
Kelowna  2,405.15
Lillooet     4.35
Mental Hospital,  Essondale   5,326.11
Mental Hospital, New AVestminster   8,247.17
Mental Hospital, Saanich   2,968.56
Merritt   292.95
Normal School, Victoria     4,194.12
Normal School, Vancouver    2,773.36
Nelson Court-house   12,465.39
Nelson Gaol  ,  57.45
Nanaimo   388.16
New AVestminster   5,832.81
New Denver   337.00
Nakusp     73.00
Ocean Falls   242.85
Oakalla Gaol   8,648.58
Carried forward  $81,269.49 REPAIRS, ETC., TO GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS THROUGHOUT THE
PROVINCE   (EXCEPTING PARLIAMENT BUILDINGS
AND GOVERNMENT HOUSE)— Continued.
Vote 166—Continued.
Brought forward  $81,269.49
150-Mile House   8.50
Provincial Home for Incurables   630.47
Provincial Home, Kamloops   2,455.85
Pouce Coupe  :  238.63
Prince George   1,225.09
Prince Rupert   2,283.75
Princeton   2,448.79
Parliament Buildings Extension  744.05
Phoenix  10.00
Quesnel   908.46
Revelstoke    1,588.23
Rossland  1,347.22
Richfield   500.00
Saanich Game Farm  849.73
Smithers    !  1.513.24
Stewart     296.96
Tranquille  Sanatorium  22,402.01
Tranquille Sanatorium Farm     544.72
Victoria Court-house   4,498.95
Vancouver Court-house   7,179.73
Vernon Court-house   11,029.56
A'ernon Asylum   55.03
Workmen's Compensation Board  19,206.77
Williams Lake  253.68
Abbotsford Lockup   33.50
Alert Bay Lockup  125.20
Arrandale  Lockup    36.00
Ashcroft Lockup  13.92
Blue River Lockup  180.90
Burns Lake Lockup   513.05
Campbell River Lockup   124.76
Canal Flats Lockup   10.30
Chase Lockup -.'.  10.35
Courtenay Lockup  17.30
Cranbrook Lockup  222.00
Creston Lockup  191.40
Enderby Lockup   12.05
Fernie Lockup   5.65
Golden Lockup  52.56
Greenwood Lockup   20.50
Hope Lookup  2,282.64
Invermere Lockup   37.90
Kamloops  Lockup    1S9.07
Kimberley Lockup   115.35
Masset Lockup  5.27
Mission  Lockup  82.35
McBride Lockup  80.1S
Natal Lockup  364.95
Nelson Lockup   21.02
North Bend Lockup   85.45
Ocean Falls Lockup  34.95
Oliver Lockup   65.75
Prince George Lockup   117.15
Princeton  Lockup   15.15
Savona Lockup » 8.96
Spences Bridge Lockup  6.50
Squamish Lockup   25.50
Stewart Lockup  2.20
Vernon Lockup  23.65
Wardner Lockup   70.00
Total, Vote 166—Repairs, Government Buildings     $171,692.34 	
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 173
CAPITAL EXPENDITURES.
Buildings.
"B.C. Loan Act, 1922," Sec. 6 (a) —
Tranquille Sanatorium—Curbs and gates   $378.75
Total, "B.C. Loan Act, 1922," Sec. 6 (a)   .'.'.  $378.75
"B.C. Loan Act, 1922," See. 6 (c) —
Attendants' boarding-house and garages   $1,597.22
Essondale—Fire-truck   2.40
Government House—Greenhouses   .98
Total, "B.C. Loan Act, 1922," Sec. 6 (c)  1,600.60
"B.C. Loan Act, 1923," Sec. 6  (c) —
Pump-houses, Essondale  $1,849.83
Water system, Essondale   952.65
Nurses' Home, Essondale—Furniture  3,761.68
Female Chronic Building, Essondale   600.32
AVater-supply, Tranquille Sanatorium   1.00
Burns Lake Lockup  1,072.50
Total, "B.C. Loan Act, 1923," Sec. 6 (c)   8,237.98
"B.C. Loan Act, 1927," Sec. 6  (7)) —
Staff Boarding-house, Tranquille  $6,480.00
Preliminary expenses, Essondale   2,S26.78
Apartment Block, Essondale .....'  18,564.56
Addition to Farm Cottage, Essondale   13,302.72
Female Chronic Building, Essondale   162,795.75
Nurses' Home, Essondale   27,642.19
Parliament Buildings Extension  126,317.61
Total, "B.C. Loan Act, 1927," Sec. 6   (b)          357,929.61
"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," See. 6 (&) —
Mental Hospital, Tranquille   $5,000.00
Nurses' Home, Tranquille   3,500.00
Furnishings, Tranquille   3,512.56
Laundry equipment, Tranquille   2,728.19
Old Technical—Alterations   43,966.25
Total, "B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6  (6)         58,707.00
"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6   (6) —
Female Chronic, Essondale   $787,457.04
Nurses' Home, Essondale—Furnishings   9,950.55
New Infirmary, Essondale   9,695.81
Nurses' Home Apartment,  Essondale  53,641.68
Addition to Farm Cottages, Essondale   13,853.29
Fire-truck,  Essondale   7,546.39
Steam-heating, Tranquille Sanatorium   2,513.40
New piggery, Tranquille Sanatorium   1,498.94
Laundry equipment, Tranquille Sanatorium   4.018.81
Boarding-houses, garages, Tranquille Sanatorium   10,703.39
Greaves' Memorial Tablet, Tranquille Sanatorium   335.00
100 bed Hospital, Tranquille Sanatorium   1,215.20
Farm Boarding-house, Tranquille Sanatorium   500.00
Purchase of ground, Tranquille Sanatorium   340.65
Court-house, Duncan   1,70,8.06
Court-house, Salmon Arm   17,383.47
Government Buildings, Princeton   17,914.61
Constables' Residence, Princeton   4,782.71
Chauffeur's Residence, Government House   4,560.41
District Engineer's Residence, Kamloops   5,700.00
District Engineer's Residence, Prince Rupert   5,488.00
District Engineer's Residence, Fernie     4,512.50
District Engineer's Residence, Williams Lake  7,396.45
Carried forward  $969,716.36    $426,853.94 	
T 174 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1929-1930.
CAPITAL EXPENDITURES—Continued.
Buildings—Continued.
Brought forward  $969,710.36    $426,853.94
"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (b)—Continued.
District Engineer's Residence, Pouce  Coupe    2,001.50
B.C. University   459.25
Saanich Mental Home   20,839.65
. Oakalla Prison Farm   7,068.65
Chicken-house, Boys' Industrial School   2,150.98
North Bend Lockup  1,411.35
B.C. AVorkmen's Compensation Board   11,785.12
Penticton Court-house   1,776.57
New Westminster Mental Hospital   1,359.21
Colony Farm—Fire supply   4,250.00
Government  House—Greenhouses    2,383.75
Parliament Buildings Extension   1,972.00
Parliament Buildings—Executive Chamber   870.00
Parliament Buildings—Members' Room   2,080.00
Parliament Buildings—New elevator   8,090.00
Total, "B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Section 0 (li)    1,041,214.39
Total, Capital Expenditures  $1,468,068.33
Total expenditure (excepting Votes 160-163 and 167, 168)   $10,978,450.56 	
TENDERS.
T 175
TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED.
April 1st, 1929, to March 31st, 1930.
GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS.
Work and Tenderer.
Essondale Mental Hospital-—Veterans' Unit and Kitchen Block
Pacific Engineers, Ltd	
Northern Construction Co. & J. W. Stewart	
Carter-Halls-Aldlnger Co., Ltd	
Dominion Construction Co	
Hodgson, King Hr Marble	
Smith Bros. & Wilson, Ltd	
KajMloops Gaol—Horse-barn :
H. J. Davies	
Johnston & Co., Ltd	
W. J. Moffatt	
Golden Court-house—Alterations and Repairs :
James Henderson	
New Westminster Land Kegistry :
W. J. Prout (Vancouver)	
A. Hogg Construction Co.  (New Westminster)	
* Awarded to local contractor in view of small difference in price.
Princeton—Constables' Residence :
N. B. McFadden	
W.  M.  Orr	
Mission Construction Co	
R. Morgan	
Saanich Mental Hospital—Staff Residence :
Hume & McKinty	
Turley Bros	
T. Ashe	
Geo. MeWilliams	
Jas.  Smethurst	
North Bend Lockup :
G.  H.  Proulx.-	
W. M. Orr	
Moncrieff & A'istaunet	
Duncan Court-house—Heating :
T. S. Jemson	
W. J. Leslie	
Hope Lockup :
W. M. Orr	
H. Proulx	
Moncrieff & Vistaunet	
H. J. Davies & Son	
Williams Lake Residence :
Mission Construction Co	
W. M. Orr & J. M. Trotter	
E. H. Shockley	
Moncrieff & Vistaunet	
R. Morton	
F. Davies	
Amount.
$679,000.00
682,000.00
687,929.00
688,490.00
695,288.00
719,900.00
1,435.00
1,742.97
1,916.00
2,750.36
3,325.00
3,350.00"
3,987.00
4,400.00
4,700.00
5,250.00
20,650.00
20,S20.00
20,999.00
22,624.00
23,000.00
1,145.00
1,147.20
1,198.00
1,968.00
2,395.00
1,685.00
1,74-5.00
1,848.00
2,646.00
7,200.00
7,250.00
7,564.00
7,745.00
8,-533.00
9,000.00
Remarks.
Awarded.
Contract  not
awarded.
Contract not
awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded. T 176
PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1929-1930.
GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS—Continued.
Work and Tenderer.
Amount.
Remarks.
Government House—Chauffeur's Residence :
$-5,190.00
5,525.00
5,695.00
5,893.00
6,000.00
6,496.00
6,593.00
6,851.00
6,966.00
7,927.00
29,050.00
32,260.00
12.98S.00*
14,390.70
16,169.00
22,728.00
23,000.00
26,000.00
27,000.00
12,523.00
12,98S.OO
L3S2.90
1,420.00
1,515.00
1,750.00
T. Ashe	
Hunter & Halket	
L. G. Scott	
G. Calder	
J. W. Green	
Salmon Arm Court-house :
W. J. Reader	
Awarded.
Tranquille—Boarding-house, etc. :
W. J. Moffatt	
* Conditions of tender not complied with.
Piunceton Court-house :
AV. M. Orr	
Saanich Mental Home—Copper Roofing :
H. Cooley & Son	
Oakalla—Power-lines :
Farr, Robinson & Bird, Ltd.	
C. C. Carter	
Awarded.
• C. II   E. Williams Co., Ltd	
SCHOOLS.
Hilliers :
Turley Bros	
H. G. Winter	
University Heights :
A. G. Howard	
McLean & Giddings	
Work done by day-labour.
Edgewater :
Dobbie & Cartwright	
A. E. Jones	
James Henderson	
Athalmer—Heating :
Patmore  Bros	
Boston Bar :
John A. McDonald	
W. M. Orr  	
Mission Construction Co
McLean & Giddings	
$5,345.00
5,596.00
13,250.00
15,686.00
3/596.00
3,845.00
4,369.00
3,100.00
2,745.00
2,850.00
3,100.00
3,986.00
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded. TENDERS.
T 177
SCHOOLS—Continued.
Work and Tenderer.
Amount.
Remarks.
Comox High :
Mission Construction Co	
Turley Bros	
Muir & Hunter	
Baynes & Horie	
T.  Carson	
H. P. Leek -	
G. McWilliams	
Western Builders, Ltd	
* Withdrawn as they omitted to include price for plumbing in science
room.
Tsolum—Heating :
R. Rushton	
T. S. Jemson	
Moscrop Bros	
Vancouver Normal—Equipment for Ho.me  Economics RoojM :
Hanbury Millwork Co	
E. H. Shockley	
North Saanich :
H. W. Dutton	
J. Smethurst	
Courtenay High—Laboratory :
John Thomson	
Geo. McWilliams	
T.  Carson....	
* Lowest tenderer did not comply with advertisement.
Hope—Addition :
C. E. Davis	
Storness & Sorensen, Ltd	
Webb & Currie	
W.   Thomson	
W. Neil	
J. K. Sinclair (no tender enclosed).
Happy Valley:
James  Smethurst	
Geo. McWilliams	
G. C. Ridley	
Williams Lake :
AV. M. Orr & J. M. Trotter	
McLean & Giddings	
Moncrieff & Vistaunet (May fltb)	
Moncrieff & Vistaunet  (May 20th)	
E. IL Shockley	
F. Davies  	
R. A. Leonard (excavating and concrete only).
Mission Construction Co. (received too late)	
Blue River :
E. H. Shockley	
McLean & Giddings -	
W. M. Orr	
W. Stevenson	
AA'orlc done by day-labour.
Vancouver Normal—Repairs :
E. H. Shockley	
$9,400.00*
9,760.00
9,972.00
10,587.00
11,000.00
11,820.00
12,812.00
13,850.00
3,375.00
3,524.00
3,540.00
2,475.00
3,037.00
5,550.00
5,875.00
1,488.00<
2,079.89
2,870.00
3,432.00
3,452.00
3,596.84
3,625.00
3,976.00
3,145.00
3,222.00
4,500.00
10,472.00
12.7S4.00
14,279.00
14,751.00
14,S96.00
16,500.00
11,180.00
5,090.00
5,328.00
5,896.00
7,257.00
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
2,209.00     Awarded.
I
12 T 178
PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1929-1930.
PERRIES.
AA'ork and Tenderer.
Amount.
Remarks.
Creston—BjUige for Kootenay-Creston Ferry :
McCharles & McDougall	
George Hendsen	
North Saanich, Saltspring Island Ferry—Annual Subsidy for Operation of Privately-owned Ferry:
Gulf Islands Ferry Co	
John Hind	
Needles—Fauquier—Scow for Needles-Fauquier Ferry :
McCharles & McDougall	
L. H.  Rawlings	
Agassiz-Rosedale—Annual Subsidy for Operation of Government
Ferry:
John Hind	
Henry Cartmell	
John Thomas Henley	
John Thomas Henley (alternative)	
W. McGrath	
Plus insurance to cover all necessary risks.
Mill Bay—Annual Subsidy for Operation of Privately-owned Ferry :
Cascade Freighting & Towing Co., Ltd. (no subsidy required) ....
Harold I. Vince	
Shuswap Lake—Ferry-boat for Shuswap Lake :
Whiteside & Smith	
$1,750.00
1,900.00
7,000.00
9,800.00
-3,350.75
3,989.00
7,800.00
12,000.00
14,000.00
10,000.00
18,000.00
3,600.00
24,000.00
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Contract not
awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
ROADS.
Tale Road—Construction, Abbotsford Westerly, 4.50 Miles :
Dawson, Wade & Co., Ltd	
General Construction Co., Ltd	
Pacific Engineers, Ltd	
S. S. Magoffin & Co., Ltd	
Fraser Construction Co., Ltd	
Eliis-Cotton, Ltd...	
King & Moncrieff Co., Ltd	
Tale   Road-^Construction   from  Mount  Lehman  Road  to  600  Feet
AA'est of Aberdeen Road (2 Miles, approx.) :
King & Moncrieff Co., Ltd	
General Construction Co., Ltd	
Ellis-Cotton, Ltd	
Dawson, AVade & Co., Ltd	
S. S. Magoffin & Co., Ltd	
Pacific Engineers, Ltd	
Tale Road—Gravel Surfacing, Abbotsford Westerly, 6.75 Miles :
EMs-Cotton, Ltd	
Dawson, Wade & Co., Ltd	
Excavators, Ltd	
Stewart & Barber	
General Construction Co., Ltd	
Trans-Provincial   Highway—New   Formation   and   Paving   between
Vedder Canal and Sumas Pumping Station :
Columbia Bitulithic Co., Ltd.  (with concrete culverts)	
General Construction Co., Ltd.  (with concrete culverts)	
Armstrong-Morrison Paving Co., Ltd. (with concrete culverts)....
$46,359.00
46,440.00
48,880.00
54,060.00
54,395.00
54,530.00
58,179.00
46,278.70
47,505.00
47,809.00
52,176.40
54,762.60
54,828.60
29,430.00
3LS60.00
35,640.00
36,315.00
45,360.00
25,055.70
26,366.'50
27,525.00
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded. TENDERS.
T 179
ROADS—Continued.
Work and Tenderer.
Amount.
Dewdney Trunk Road—Construction of Relocated Portion between
Pitt River Bridge and Hunter Road :
Fraser Construction Co., Ltd	
Dawson, Wade & Co., Ltd	
General Construction Co., Ltd	
Pacific Engineers, Ltd	
Dewdney Trunk Road—Construction of Relocated Portion between
Albion and Whonnock :
Ellis-Cotton, Ltd	
General Construction Co., Ltd	
S. S. Magoffin & Co., Ltd	
Vancouver Pile Driving Co., Ltd	
Pacific Engineers, Ltd	
Fraser Construction Co., Ltd	
Slocan   City—Silverton   Road—Construction,   Silverton   to   8-Mile
Creek :
L. H. Rawlings	
Dawson, Wade & Co., Ltd	
Pacific Engineers, Ltd -	
General Construction Co., Ltd	
J. A. Broley	
McCharles & McDougall	
\ArASHiNGTON Street Paving—Mission Village from Grand Avenue to
Horn's Avenue :
Hodgson, King & Marble	
General Construction Co., Ltd	
Dawson, Wade & Co., Ltd	
Columbia Bitulithic, Ltd	
Traii>-Rossland Road—Paving from  Rossland City Limits to War-
field :
General Construction Co.—
Metal culverts and tarvia spray	
Concrete culverts and tarvia spray	
Concrete culverts and asphalt emulsion	
Alternative tender based on use of asphaltie concrete, cold
mix	
Dawson, Wade & Co., Ltd.—
Metal culverts and asphalt spray..	
Concrete culverts and asphalt spray	
Concrete culverts and tarvia spray 	
Concrete culverts and asphalt emulsion	
Columbia Bitulithic, Ltd.—
Metal culverts and asphalt spray	
Carter-Halls-Aldinger Co., Ltd.—
Metal culverts and asphalt spray	
Metal culverts and asphalt emulsion or tarvia spray	
Jordan River Road—Relocated Portions :
A'ictoria Pile Driving Co., Ltd	
General Construction Co., Ltd	
Dawson, Wade & Co., Ltd	
King & Moncrieff Co., Ltd	
Box Lake-Rosebery  Road—Construction  fuom   South-east  End  of
Summit Lake 9 Miles towards Rosebery :
J. A. Broley	
Dawson, Wade & Co., Ltd	
General Construction Co., Ltd	
L. H. Rawlings	
Pacific Engineers, Ltd	
$29,056.00     Awarded.
■29,323.75
30/245.00
39,998/50
89,954.00
92/706.00
102,577.40
107,231.22
113,903.00
118,647.50
61,529/60
63,871.10
65,186.20
65,669.00
■64,918.40
67,204.60
19,510.50
19,655.10
20,062.20
20,314.35
44,915.00
44,190.00
43,810.00
40,950.40
48,027.00
47,693.00
47,465.00
47,769.00
53,985.00
54/719.00
55,099.00
29,470.00
29,620.00
32,164.00
64,990.00
35,046.00
37,454.50
37,920.00
43,515.00
46,880.75
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded  (on revised quantities).
Awarded.
Awarded. ROADS—Continued.
AA'ork and Tenderer.
Amount.
Remarks.
Gravel Surfacing Portions of Trans-Provincial Highway and Cariboo
Road :
General Construction Co., Ltd	
Dawson, Wade & Co., Ltd	
Dawson, Wade & Co. Ltd. (alternative)	
Fraser Construction Co., Ltd	
Fraser Construction Co., Ltd. (alternative)	
Holmes & Wilson, Ltd.  (tender not in order).
Pacific Engineers, Ltd	
Bituminous Surfacing on Various Main Highways :
Asphalt Flush-coat in Saanich, Esquimalt, Cmvichan-Ncwcastle, and
Nanaimo Districts:
General Construction Co., Ltd -	
Barrett Co., Ltd	
Colfix (Pacific), Ltd	
(Alternative.)    Tar Flush-coat:
Barrett Co., Ltd	
General Construction Co., Ltd -	
(Alternative.)    Asphalt Emulsion Flush-coat:
Colfix (Pacific), Ltd	
General Construction Co., Ltd	
Asphalt Flush-coat in Alberni and Comox Districts:
Colfix (Pacific), Ltd	
General Construction Co., Ltd -	
Barrett Co., Ltd	
(Alternative.)    Tar Flush-coat:
Barrett Co., Ltd	
General Construction Co., Ltd	
Asphalt Flush-coat complete with Mineral Cover in Richmond-Point
Grey and Dewdney Districts:
Barrett Co., Ltd - -	
General Construction Co., Ltd	
Colfix (Pacific), Ltd	
(Alternative.)     Tar Flush-coat:
Barrett Co., Ltd	
General Construction Co., Ltd.. .' --
Ashphalt Flush-coat complete with Mineral Cover in Delta and Chilliwack Districts:
Barrett Co., Ltd -	
General Construction Co., Ltd	
Colfix (Pacific), Ltd	
(Alternative.)    Tar Flush-coat:
Barrett Co., Ltd	
General Construction Co., Ltd	
Supplying  and  spreading   Gravel and  supplying and spraying   and
mixing Asphalt for Mulch Treatment in New Westminster,
Dewdney, and Chilliwack Districts:
General Construction Co., Ltd ■—
Colfix (Pacific), Ltd....	
Barrett Co., Ltd	
(Alternative.)    Using Tarvia:
General Construction Co., Ltd	
Cariboo   Highway—Gravel   Surfacing   between   Prince   George   and
AA'oodpecker :
Brawn & Dunn	
General Construction Co., Ltd  	
Colfix (Pacific), Ltd	
E. H. Allcock  	
MacLennan Bros	
$20,000.00
18,000.00
21,000.00
25,000.00
25,000.00
29,600.00
50,000.00
53/750.00
42,360.00
51,750.00
55,000.00
3,640.00
4,500.00
37,959.50
45,130.00
48,220.00
46,350.00
49,805.00
14,6S0.00
14,450.00
13,800.00
15,110.00
15,295.00
14,805.00
11,482.-50
14.560.00
16,275.00
33,245.00
27,515.00
33,685.00
35,445.00
30,639.00
18,930.00
16,266.00
37,012.00
25,007.05
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Contract not
awarded ; work
done by day labour. TENDERS.
T 181
BRIDGES.
Work and Tenderer.
Amount.
Remarks.
Canning Bridge  (Kaslo-Slocan District) :
A. H. Green Co	
McCharles & McDougall	
Cafilano Bridge  (West Vancouver District) :
Substructure:
Ellis-Cotton, Ltd	
Hodgson, King & Marble....	
Vancouver Pile' Driving Co., Ltd...	
Dawson, Wade & Co., Ltd	
Pacific Engineers,  Ltd	
Superstructure:
AVestern Canada Structural Steel & Bridge Co., Ltd	
Dominion Bridge Co.,  Ltd	
Dominion Bridge Co., Ltd.  (based on longer time allowance)
Beacon Gulch Bridge  (Richmond-Point Grey District) :
Fraser River Pile Driving Co., Ltd	
W. G. Greenlees	
E. A. Jackson	
E. H. Shockley	
Vancouver Pile Driving & Contracting Co., Ltd	
John H. Todd	
McLean & Giddings	
Superstructure for Spences Bridge :
Western Bridge Co., Ltd	
Dominion Bridge Co., Ltd	
$6,260.00
6.7S4.00
46/296.40
46,303.00
51,080.40
56,273.20
58,078.00
46,074.90
58,648.29
54,179.97
4,126.35
4,139.18
4,191.96
4,375.25
4,446.17
4.6S2.04
4,785.65
62,845.00
63,727.63
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded,
Awarded.
Awarded.
VICTORIA,   B.C. :
Printed by Charles P. Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1931.
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