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 REPORT
OF   THE
MINISTER OF PUBLIC WORKS
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
FOR   THE
FISCAL YEAR 1926-27
PRINTED BY
AUTHORITY  OP THE  LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.
VICTORIA,   B.C. :
Printed by Charles F. Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1927.  '■>«
ALEXANDRA BRIDGE,  YALE DISTRICT.
On Cariboo Highway, crossing Fraser River on same site as old Alexandra 'Bridge built by Governor Trutch
in 1863-64. One 277-foot steel suspension span and 90-foot steel truss span on concrete towers and
piers, with footings faced with stone masonry. Concrete-work and steel fabrication done by contract.
Erection of all steel done by day-labour.  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, 1927, in compliance with the provisions of the " Public Works Act."
W. H. SUTHERLAND,
Minister of Public Works.
Department of Public Works,
Parliament Buildings,
Victoria, B.C., December 1st, 1927.  PUBLIC WORKS REPORT.
REPORT OF THE DEPUTY MINISTER AND PUBLIC WORKS ENGINEER.
Parliament Buildings,
Victoria, B.C., December Sth, 1927.
Hon. W. H. Sutherland, M.D.,
Minister of Public Works, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I have the honour to submit my report for the fiscal year 192G-27.
ORGANIZATION AND LABOUR.
The following changes were made in the staff: Assistant District Engineers—Mr. J. L. King
in place of Mr. E. R. Taylor; Mr. E. Smith in place of Mr. J. E. Milne. Mr. F. H. Harrison was
promoted from the Comptroller-General's Department to be Chief Accountant in room of Mr. A.
Hood, resigned. Mr. R. A. Roxborough was appointeEl General Foreman for Atlin District in
place of the late Mr. H. Molyneaux. In the interests of efficiency several rearrangements of
staff were matte in the Fort George and Omineca Districts. All the new appointments' have
proved satisfactory. Here I should like to place on record the serious loss the Department
sustained in the passing of Mr. Molyneaux. For over a quarter of a century he had laboured
earnestly in the North Country and done splenditl service to promote the interests of the
Department.
An encouraging feature of the labour problem is the steatlily increasing amount of work
satisfactorily undertaken by Provincial day-labour. Efficient forces are being built up under
that system, providing work for resident settlers as well as effecting considerable economies.
ROADS AND TRAILS.
The accompanying reports of the district officials are so complete and comprehensive as to
call for little additional comment on the various works. Generally, in both construction and
maintenance, the year 1926-27 was one of the most satisfactory in the history of the Department. As in the previous year, the Department concentrated its efforts on the construction of
strategic links in the trunk highway system. Three important highways—Cariboo Road (Fraser
Canyon section), Nelson-Kaslo Highway, and Golden-Yoho Road—were thrown open to an
appreciative motoring public. Widening and surfacing of the Cariboo Road engaged the attention of our day-labour forces throughout the year in an endeavour to make this road one of the
safest and smoothest of moEintain highways. Reconstruction by contract of the portion between
Lytton and Spences Bridge (24 miles) is still progressing satisfactorily. It is expeetetl that the
entire length of the Cariboo Road will be available for through traffic in the fall of 1928.
Judging from reports, the Nelson-Kaslo Road, round the shores of Kootenay Lake, is greatly
used both commercially and socially. The popularity of the Golden-Yoho Highway is proved by
the fact that during the fortnight following its formal opening in July, 1927, no fewer than
807 cars (a daily average of 54) passed over the road. (The daily average for the Cariboo
Road during the same month was 79 cars.) As a result of the opening of the Cariboo Road,
numerous motorists invaded the newer territories in the Fort George and Omineca Districts,
proceeding to Skeena Crossing, about 900 miles by road from Vancouver, B.C. To better accommodate such traffic, several extensive stretches of the Cariboo Road (northerly portion) and
the Fort George-Hazelton Highway were gravel-surfaced, diversions undertaken, and the roadbed otherwise materially improved. Towards ultimately providing highway connection between
Hazelton and Prince Rupert, considerable construction-work was undertaken by day-labour at
intervals along the Skeena River Valley. A contract for the construction of the Kaien Island
portion of this highway to Galloway Rapids is almost completed.
A major project of importance to the Lower Mainland was the completion, chiefly by day-
labour, of the Harrison-Agassiz Road along the north bank of the Fraser River, thus providing an alternative route from Vancouver to Harrison Lake and at the same time materially
assisting in the development of the municipalities in the Fraser Valley.
Important diversions of the Dewdney Trunk Road at Kanaka Creek and the Stave River
Cut-off will prove of material benefit alike to the Department and to the municipalities in conjunction with whom the work was undertaken.
Reconstruction and surfacing of trunk highways continues a feature of our highway
programme, a creditable amount of gravelling having been carried out generally through the
Province. Perhaps the most important improvement undertaken was the bituminous treatment
of a large mileage of roads, particularly on Vancouver Island. The success of previous work
carried out at a low first cost (averaging $1,200 per mile) encouraged the Department to undertake this special treatment on a more extensive mileage of highways, with advantage to an
appreciative travelling public.
Accommodation roads for settlers have again received the consideration of the Department,
almost 100 miles of such roads having been undertaken in addition to the reconstruction of
many of the existing settlement roads. The Peace River section in particular benefited from
such construction and reconstruction work, thereby materially assisting in the development of
this increasingly important part of the Province.
Chiefly owing to the magnitude of trunk-road construction programme no paving-work was
undertaken. However, a greater mileage of gravel surfacing than in former years was carrietl
out, the quantities of material used being given in detail in our Annual Report. Altogether
from every standpoint the year's undertakings were very satisfactory, no part of the Province
being overlooked in the desire to improve our existing highways simultaneously with the construction of new highways.
An important feature of the season's programme has been the extent and diversity of the
work undertaken on classified highways in conjunction with the municipalities. About 45 miles
of highways, details of which are given elsewhere, received classification. From the complete
statement of classification up till October 31st, 1927, it will be noted that almost 400 miles of
highways have been classified, forty-four of the sixty-six municipalities in this Province being
represented.
BRIDGES.
From the statements in our report it will be noted that a considerable proportion of our
bridge construction and renewal work was undertaken by our own forces. This is in line with
our policy to continuously employ, wherever practicable, bridge-gangs under experienced supervision. Systematic inspection periodically of our structures is an important part of our Bridge
Engineer's duties. Replacement of bridges by culverts and fills is undertaken wherever conditions justify stich economical practice.
FERRIES AND WHARVES.
The private operation of the Government-owned ferry between Ladner and Woodward's
Landing under a five-year charter appears to be an economical as well as an effective solution of
this transportation problem. Elimination of the Government-operated ferry over the Fraser at
Mission, consequent upon the conversion of the Mission Railway Bridge for vehicular traffic,
has also made for economy and efficiency. The new motor-ferry operated on the Okanagan Lake
between Kelowna and Westbank by the Provincial Government has proved an acknowledged
boon to local people in particular and motorists in general. With accommodation for sixteen
motors, the crossing can now be accomplished in ten minutes. No work of any consequence was
carried out on the few wharves now under Provincial control.
MACHINERY AND PLANT.
With an investment of about three-quarters of a million dollars in equipment, the Department is now in a position to economically and expeditiously undertake an increasing amount of
construction and reconstruction work by day-labour. The power-excavators, of which we have
now a dozen in use at widely scattered points throughout the Province, have particularly proved
efficient in both construction and maintenance operations. The periodical inspection by the
Mechanical Superintendent shows that the plant is generally well taken care of under efficient
operators. More and better accommodation is being provided for the housing and protection of
all equipment of any consequence. *
KELOWNA-WESTli.\NK   FERRY.      CAPACITY,   SIXTEEN   CARS.     OOVEIENMENT   OWNED   ,VND   OPERATED.
JU-
FRANCOIS LAKE FERRY.     GOVERNMENT OWNED AND OPERATED.  REPORT OF THE DEPUTY MINISTER AND PUBLIC WORKS ENGINEER.       P 7
HIGHWAY SIGNS.
With the increased motor travel on our highways the need for introdtieing a general system
of signs uniform in design and location became more pressing. After considerable correspondence and collaboration with the municipal and automobile authorities, the signs were
standardized as to size, colour, lettering, and location. Complete details of the new signs were
reproduced in an interesting and instructive booklet containing regulations regarding motor-
vehicles and highways. It is the intention not only to erect standard warning and directing
signs on all important highways, but also to remove all unauthorized signs from the limits of
the highway, thereby rendering the new signs more effective besides conserving the natural
beauties of the roadside.
TESTING LABORATORY.
The increasing use of concrete, particularly in bridges, has necessitated the installation of
the nucleus of a testing laboratory at the Parliament Buildings. As a result of testing of sand,
gravel, and cement and of concrete mixtures, it is now possible not only to safeguard the Department against structural failures due to the use of deficient or defective materials, but also to
foster and obtain economy in design in keeping with modern practice.
MOTOR-STAGES.
The introduction of legislation necessitating the licensing of motor-vehicles operating
public stages on our highways increased our responsibilities in issuing certificates therefor.
From the complete list published in the Annual Report it will be noted that 169 licences were
issued in 1926 and 185 have been issued up till October 31st, 1927. Of the ninety-six firms,
more than half operated stages on Vancouver Island. This information reveals to what increasing extent the highways are being utilizeEl for public transportation. The active co-operation of the Provincial Police Force in carrying out these regulations is gladly recorded here.
RAILWAY-GRADE CROSSINGS.
Improvements at railway crossings continue to be a feature of our yearly programme, and
many dangerous crossings have been either entirely eliminated by diversions or materially
improved as to alignment and grade. Advantage was taken of section 262 of the " Railway
Act, 1919," to obtain grants from a special fund for the elimination of level crossings in
existence prior to April, 1909.
GENERAL.
From the foregoing it will be gathered that the work of the Department has greatly increased both in the diversity and the extent of its activities. The vast amount of correspondence
handled by hesidquarters staff during last fiscal year is illustrated by the following figures:—
Daily Average, Sundays and
Statutory Holidays excepted.
Inward letters, etc     17,315 57
Outward letters, etc     15,500 50
Number of Department files handled     48,000 106
Equally at headquarters and in the district offices the staff has actively and generously supported me in the administration of the affairs of the Department. Assisted by the loyal and
whole-hearted support of the various officials, the Department has advanced aggressively and
now occupies a very enviable position not only in this Province, but throughout the Dominion.
I cannot conclude this report without expressing my appreciation  to yourself for your
kindly advice and guidance which have helped me in the discharge of my duties.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
P. PHILIP,
Deputy Minister and Public Works Engineer. REPORTS OF ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 1.
(Assistants report direct to the Deputy Minister and Public Works Engineer, Victoria.)
REPORT OF H. M. BIGWOOD, ASSISTANT DISTRICT ENGINEER FOR
ALBERNI DISTRICT.
In general the year was a satisfactory one, and much useful work was carried out which
would prepare the main trunk roads for later surfacing and give more satisfactory access to
those living away from the trunk highways.
The past summer was dry and the fair weather continued until the beginning of October,
after which frequent showers enabled the maintenance-work to continue after the main volume
of traffic had ceased. Hence the roads were soon brought back to their normal condition, and,
except during a period of snowfalls in January, remained good through the early spring.
In the Alberni Valley on December 29th, 30th, and 31st exceeding heavy rains caused floods
in all directions. On the 31st over 5 inches of rain fell during the twenty-four hours, and the
total rainfall for the three days was more than 11 inches.
Some tlamage was causes! to roads and bridges, but, except for the Central Lake Road, traffic
was not greatly inconveniencetl. The Somass River was heavily in flood and, combined with the
high tide, caused floods over large sections.
During the year construction was continued on the Tofino-Long Beach section of the roaEl to
connect the former place with Ucluelet. It is expected that after one more season this portion
of the roaEl will, except for gravelling, be ready for use.
Widening of the Canadian Highway from Parksville to Alberni was continued and nearly
3 miles immediately east of Cameron Lake were improved and the width increased from 10 feet
to about IS feet. There remains a great deal to be done, which will probably occupy several
years, before those unacquainted with the road will use it without misgiving.
Short stretches of the Island Highway, where the roadway was narrow or tortuous, notably
immediately south of Englishman's River for 3 miles to Craig's Crossing, and north of the railway crossing at Dashwood, were widened.
Improved facilities for roaEl construction and betterment have resulteEl from the purchase
of improved types of plant and machinery. For maintenance-work on heavily travelled routes
the power-graders have more than justifieEl their purchase.
The volume of automobile traffic arid the use of the roaEls for heavy, haulage have so greatly
increased in all sections of the Province that special reference to it is unnecessary in this
Elistrict. With the elimination of the dust by asphaltic surfacing of the highways, the travel on
Vancouver Islansl will very rapidly swell in volume, necessitating the continual and extensive
improvement along the routes of travel.
I wish to refer appreciatively to the increasing and sympathetic interest of the general
public in the work of the Department, which is very gratifying, and also to the enthusiastic
co-operation of foremen antl others.
Thanking you for your consitleration at all times.
REPORT OF W. P. BEAVAN, ASSISTANT DISTRICT ENGINEER FOR COMOX
AND PART OF MACKENZIE DISTRICT.
Comox District.
Roads and Trails.—Road-construction during the year incluEled the relocation of 1.58 miles
of the IslanEl Highway immediately north of Oyster River Bridge. By this relocation two railway crossings are avoided, the grade is less, and the highway is shortened by 0.11 mile.
At the north enEl of the district the Hardy Bay RoaEl construction was advanced approximately 2.5 miles, and at Sayward the Sayward Road (which will ultimately form part of the
Island Highway) was widened and improved.
About 5 miles of a motor-road between Jeune Landing and Alice Lake were completeEl.
The work was tlone by the Coast Copper Company under the provisions of the " Mines Development Act."
Maintenance of all roads in the district was effective; about 11.2 miles of main (gravel)
road in the vicinity of Courtenay, Cumberland, and Royston were surfaced with liquid asphalt.
This work was successful, though it shoukl be noted that improveEl drainage is required on
roads so treated, and this should be attended to before any extension of such surfacing. COOMBS BRIDGE. ALBERNI DISTRICT.      ONE SO-FOOT TIMBER SPAN AND  130-FOOT
TRESTLE APPROACHES.     BUILT BY DAY-LABOUR.
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DUNCAN   WAGON-BRIDGE,  COWICHAN-NEWCASTLE  DISTRICT.     ONE 130-FOOT  TIMBER  SPAN AND
158-FOOT   TRESTLE   APPROACHES ;     FLOOR,   18   FEET   WIDE.     BUILT   BY   DAY-LABOUR.  ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 1. P 9
Bridges.—Seventeen bridges were reconstructed, including one 140-foot Howe-truss and three
60-64 king-truss spans. One new standard trestle was built on the diversion of the Island
Highway at Oyster River. Maintenance-work was done on fifty-one briElges, particular attention
being paid to the clearing of brush and debris against all bridges.
Miscellaneous.—Improvements at the Courtenay and Campbell River Provincial Police buildings and the Cumberland Court-house were attended to. A large number of subdivision plans
were receives! for approval.
Mackenzie District—Powell River Division.
Roads and Trails.—Construction-work on the Lund Road was extended 4 miles and on the
Thunder Bay Road 4.25 miles. Very little work-is reciuired on those roads to open them for.
through traffic, but a lot remains to be done in the way of widening and ditching before they
are properly constructed. On Texada Island a short extension of the Blubber Bay Road was
made, giving access to the new wharf built at the bay. The work of relocating the Bell Road
was starteEl.
On Lasqueti Island the Main Road was extended 0.25 mile to the new wharf at False Bay.
Under the provisions of the " Mines Development Act," reconstruction of the trail from the
Lund Road to the Malaspina group of mines was done by the Malaspina Mines, Limited. The
Blunden Harbour Trail and the Jervis Inlet Trail were both extended short distances.
Maintenance-work was done on all roads, resulting in some improvement, but much remains
to be done. The nature of the country and the scattered population make this work difficult
and expensive.
Bridges.—Seven bridges were reconstructed. These were mostly log stringer structures, on
which the work was well and economically done. One new bridge was built on the McKinnell
Trail, Lasqueti Island.    General repair-work was done on thirteen bridges.
The prompt and kindly assistance received from all at headquarters has helped greatly in
the work of the district.
REPORT OF H.  C. MANN, ASSISTANT DISTRICT  ENGINEER  FOR
COWICHAN-NEWCASTLE AND NANAIMO DISTRICTS.
Roads and Trails.—Extensive improvements were carried out on the Island Highway during
the year, 14 miles being surfaced with tarvia. This work was much appreciated by local residents and the motoring public in not only providing a smooth surface for travelling, but also
in dispensing with the dust nuisance, one of the chief complaints from visitors touring Vancouver
Island. Two miles of the South Wellington Road antl the Quamichan Lake Road, a secondary
road in the North Cowiehan Municipality, were also treated with tarvia. Two new roads were
constructeEl during the year—namely, a diversion of the Piitterson Road at Haslam Creek anEl
a new road at Cowiehan Bay to give access to various properties on the sea-front. Considerable
ditching, widening, and surfacing work was carried out on the road to Nanaimo Lakes. The
power-grader has been of great assistance in keeping the roatls in good condition, the cost of
grading having been considerably reduced. Ditching and improvements to the drainage of the
roads were carried out as far as funds would permit—a number of new culverts being installed
where needeEl.
Bridges.—Four new bridges on the Island Highway were renewed this year, the approaches
improved, and the width between wheel-guards increased to 18 feet. The bridges renewed were
as follows:—
A standard Howe truss across the Cowiehan River at Duncan, 130-foot span on an improved
alignment.
A 60-foot king truss across the Koksilah River near Koksilah, the bridge being constructetl
on a lower level and the highway diverted for 150 feet, greatly improving approaches at
both ends.
A 60-foot king truss at Corfield's, across a branch of the Koksilah River, also on an improved
alignment antl wider approaches.
A standard trestle bridge across Quamichan Creek, Old Victoria Road, 100 feet in length,
the level of the deck being raised to suit the road as well as improving the alignment. All these
bridges were constructed by day-labour under the supervision of officials of the Department. Maintenance-work on thirty-four bridges was carried out during the year. I wish to record
the kindly consideration and support received from all at headquarters and the good service
rendered by the foreman antl workmen, which largely contributed to the economical and satisfactory work obtained.
Nanaimo District.
Roads and Trails.—The roads and trails in this district have been maintained in a satisfactory condition during the year, no complaints having been received from the public. Ditching
and drainage were given special attention. The Island Highway from the city limits to the
district boundary was surfaced during the spring with heavy liquid asphalt, the results having
been very satisfactory. In order to give access to various lots in the vicinities the following
new roads were constructed:   Rosamount Road, Chesterlea Avenue, and Durham Street.
Bridges.—Two new trestle bridges were rebuilt during the year—namely, Chase River Bridge
on the Island Highway and Patterson Bridge, Five Acres.
As far as funds would permit, roads were widened and approaches to bridges improved by
easing off sharp curves and clearing the view-points.
REPORT OF C. A.  HELGESON,  GENERAL  FOREMAN,  ESQUIMALT
ELECTORAL DISTRICT.
Roads and Trails—Construction.—During the past year the following roads have been
built :—
Frayne's Road.—This is a settlers' road, approximately 1% miles long, from Island Highway,
Malahat section, to join Deloume Road, built to open up sections without main road access.
Meredith's Road.—This road was also commenced as a settlers' roatl; % mile built, but not
yet completed.
Rainbow Road.—This road in Port Renfrew was built to afford communication for a large
body of community settlers in this area.    Total length, 2% miles.
Reconstruction and Improvement.—In line with the programme of previous years, consiEler-
able progress has been made towards surfacing the most heavily travelled main roads with either
asphalt or tarvia carpet coats. This work has given great satisfaction to the general public
and is economical to maintain. About 12 miles of 16- to 18-foot road were given a first treatment, while 16 miles of road previously treated were recoated, a total of about 87,000 gallons of
bituminous material being used. While weather conditions during operations were most
unfavourable, causing considerable delay, the work was carried out at a low mile cost.
Improvements consisted of widening existing main roads at dangerous curves, straightening
out crooked sections, etc.
On Jordan River Road notable improvements have been effected by realigning the road for
short distances to eliminate curved sections.
Maintenance and Repairs.—While the past winter season was a very severe one on roads
owing to frost antl snow damage, still by the increaseEi use of power equipment and labour-
saving machinery all roads have been maintaineEl satisfactorily. Trails in general have been
kept open and maintained throughout the year.
Bridges.—Five new bridges have been built—three in the Port Renfrew section, one at
Tugwell Creek on the Main Jordan River Road, and one on the Island Highway. Three bridges
have been replaced with permanent culverts and fills, while some twenty-one bridges have been
repaired. During the replacement of Bridge No. 123 on the Island Highway a considerable
improvement was effected by widening the road at both approaches.
REPORT OF P. J. CAMPBELL, GENERAL FOREMAN, ISLANDS AND
SAANICH DISTRICT.
Roads.—Several miles were reconstructed and treated with crushed rock and Tarvia " B."
Weather contlitions being favourable throughout the year, maintenance was of the ordinary
kind and no extra expense wTas necessary to carry programme through to the end of the fiscal
year.
One mile of new construction was built on Saltspring Island. Several diversions were also
made and corners cut off.
Several miles of projected roads were surveyed and some relocations made. ISLAND  HIGHWAY,   COWICHAN-NEWCASTLE  DISTRICT,   AFTEIE   BITUMINOUS   TREATMENT.
.
ISLAND HIGHWAY.     LOOKING NORTH, AT BOWSER SCHOOL.     GRAVEL, 22 FEET WIDE.  REPORT OF ENGINEER, DISTRICT No. 2. P 11
Saanich District.
Roads.—Primary roads received the usual maintenance attention from this Department.
Ordinary roads in this district were maintained and improved.
Bridges.—Two new bridges were constructed and several minor repairs tlone.
Ferries.—Repairs to the Mill Bay-Brentwood Ferry were carried out.
REPORT OF ENGINEER, DISTRICT No. 2.
District Engineer's Office,
Court-house, New Westminster, B.C., June 29th, 1927.
P. Philip, Esq.,
Deputy Minister and Public Works Engineer,
Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I beg to submit herewith annual report of work done in the above district during the
fiscal year 1926-27.
BURNABY DISTRICT.
Roads.—Kingsway (primary) and Riverway (secondary) were kept in good repair by the
municipality. Kingsway storm-sewer, however, has caused considerable trouble and this wooden
box should be replaced by a vitrified pipe at an early date.
Hastings-Barnet Road, which was changed from a secoiKlary to a primary classification,
was kept in a state which caused no undue hardship on the travelling public. As this is a
heavy traffic road steps should be taken to hard-surface it throughout.
Construction.—The traffic on Kingsway having developed enormously, the need of an alternative route between A'ancouver and New Westminster became apparent, and the Grandview
Highway was born of this need. The 2.23-mile portion through Burnaby was classified as a
secondary highway and construction proceeEled with under the supervision of the municipality.
The work was carried out by contract (C. D. Collard) in a most workmanlike manner.
CHILLIWACK DISTRICT.
Roads.—The major work carried out in this district during the past year wTas the gravelling
of the newly constructed highway through the Sumas Lake area. Considerable ditching had
to be done to take care of the heavy rainfall that haEl caused damage to the newly constructed
roaEl during the winter; in some sections the existing ditches were filled up with sand and silt.
Conditions have been greatly improved since the Sumas Dyking Commission practically completed the ditching of the lake area during the past year.
River-bank Protection.—Two wing-dams were constructed near Rosedale, on the Fraser
River, by the Chilliwack Municipality. No maintenance was necessary on the Vedder River,
due to not having any heavy freshets.
Bridges.—No bridge-work other than tightening up trusses and a few minor repairs to
trestles was necessary in the district.
Agassiz Rosedale Ferry.—With the opening-up of the Harrison Hot Springs Hotel, traffic
reached such proportions it was found necessai-y to put on a double crew. The service was continuous throughout the day. During week-ends and holidttys it was impossible to take care of
the traffic efficiently.
DELTA DISTRICT.
Roads.—A great deal of maintenance was required on the gravel portion of the Trans-
Provincial Highway, due to the exceedingly heavy tourist traffic during the summer months.
The power-graders were kept on continually, dragging in the loose gravel that was deposited
daily to the side of the roads by the heavy traffic. This form of grading kept the highway in
fair condition and kept the surface to a great extent from breaking up into bad pot-holes.
During the winter months the frost did considerable damage to the gravel section of the
highway owing to the fact that on three different occasions the ground thawed out, heaving up
the surface and breaking up the gravel crust.
Scott Road.—Construction of the Beaver Dam Hill revision was completed, the distance
being 0.64 mile;  width of road, 30 feet.    This revision has made a great improvement in align- P 12 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1926-27.
Bient, eliminating all curvature, also a heavy grade.    About 0.15 mile of asphalt macadam penetration, 16 feet wide, and 0.21 mile of tarvia macadam penetration, 16 feet wide, were completed.
Bridges.—Only minor repairs were necessary to bridges in this district.
DEWDNEY DISTRICT.
Maintenance.—The usual maintenance-work was carried out. Owing to the severe winter,
portions of the Dewdney Trunk heaved badly, but all such portions were given extra attention
and the road was soon in good condition.
Considerable regravelling has been clone on all the main trunk roads.
Construction—Roads.—To eliminate two dangerous level crossings over the Canadian Pacific
Railway main line a diversion of the River Road, 1.75 miles in length, was constructeEl by contract
(The General Construction Company) between Kanaka Creek and Albion.
A fill 28 feet in width, with an average depth of 4 feet, necessary over a considerable portion
of the work, was matle by the contractors with a drag-line shovel. The work was hindered by
the very wet weather in the fall, but in spite of this the job was completed in good condition.
Permanent culverts were installeEl and the whole road fenced. When this work is gravelled
another excellent section of roatl will be available for the travelling public.
Deroche-Harrison Road.—A new section of road was built from Mile 5.5 (at the west eiHl
of Harrison River Bridge)  to Mile 5.96 to connect with the oltl Harrison River Road.
The clearing (approximately 3 acres) and grubbing (approximately 1.5 acres) on this section were exceptionally heavy, but the grading was light.
Altogether several miles of splenditl road were constructeEl or reconstructed of an average
width of 18 feet, and a considerable distance gravel-surfaced.
Construction—Bridges.—In connection with the above road-work a new bridge with 18-foot
deck was satisfactorily constructed over Kanaka Creek by the Fraser River Pile Driving Company. The structure is 347 feet long over all with 287 feet of pile-trestle approach and one
60-foot king truss.
Ferries.—The Mission-Matsqui Ferry continueEl to give gootl service during the year, the
slips having had considerable work Elone on them in orEler to keep them in a serviceable condition.
With the completion of the planking of the Mission Bridge this ferry will no longer be necessary.
NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT.
General.—The usual maintenance-work was carried out in this district. Owing to the
filling-in of the ditches by heavy rains during the winter months, particular attention was
paid to tlraining on Lot 172. Some of the wooden sidewalks, rendered dangerous through rot,
were replaced with cinder sidewalks.
RICHMOND-POINT GREY DISTRICT.
No work of unusual interest was carrieil out in this district during the year, our activities
being confined to the usual maintenance of roads and bridges.
Ferries.—The old " Beaver," having outlivetl her usefulness, was replaced by a new boat
which has given excellent service.
SOUTH VANCOUVER DISTRICT.
Roads.—The usual maintenance of both primary and secondary highways was carried out
by the Municipality of South Vancouver.
YALE DISTRICT.
In the portion of Yale District (No. 3) placed under our supervision the following construction-work was carried out:—
Rosedale-J ones Hill.—Reconstruction of the old Yale Road from the eastern boundary of
Chilliwack Municipality to Jones Hill, a distance of approximately 7.75 miles. This work was
carried out by day-labour and a rented gas-shovel. Considerable solid rock was encountered,
the other classification being mostly loose rock. The larger portion of the work consisted of
heavy side-hills. This section was given one lift of gravel. Four grade crossings of the Canadian National Railway were eliminated. All bridges on the newly located highway were
replaced with new structures—namely, seven 20-foot and one 190-foot trestle bridges. SPc
CUMBERLAND ROAD, 24 FEET WIDE ;   ASPHALT, 16 FEET WIDE.
STEWAHT-HYDER  ROAD,   ATLIN   DISTRICT.      WIDENED   TO   16
FEET.     DAY-LABOUR.  REPORT OF ENGINEER, DISTRICT No. 2. P 13
Cheam Vieio-Laidlaw Section.—Reconstruction, mostly on side-hill, of the ohl highway
(0.9 mile) was completed; the material being almost entirely slide-rock. The work was done
by gas-shovel and day-labour; one lift of gravel having been given this section.
Jones Creek-Laidlaw.—This section of 1.2 miles, consisting of mostly loose rock material,
was done by day-labour. Three new bridges were constructeEl—one 60-foot king truss, one
30-foot truss, and one 80-foot trestle. The chief advantage secured by the above new work was
elimination of heavy grades and reduced curvature.
Hope-Rosedale Road Construction.—Mile 17.25 to 19.25 (2 miles) ; railway crossing at
St. Elmo to Rockwall. The clearing on this section was fairly heavy. Many large tleeply rooted
maples made the grubbing difficult.
Grading.—About % mile of this was fairly heavy work, through slide material with about
75 per cent, boulders. This work being close to the Canadian National Railway track increased
the difficulties. The rest of this stretch was in dirt and all the heavy grading was completed.
Two sections, totalling about 3,000 feet, of light grader-work were left untouched. Permanent
metal culverts were installed and a 60-foot king truss erectetl over Hunter Creek. Only a small
portion of this was gravelled.    All work was done by day-labour.
Floods to Silver Creek Diversion.—Mile 20.25 to 22.24 (2 miles). This had been previously
cleared by relief-work, but considerable undergrowth had to be removed. The grubbing was
very heavy.
Grading.—This was all earth-work and generally light grader-work, with the exception of
several short deep fills. Permanent metal culverts were installed where needed, iind the whole
stretch gravelled by means of a Barber-Greene loader and trucks.
The trestle bridge at Floods was widened and redeckeEl. All the above work was done by
day-labour, with Foreman O. Northby in charge.
Hope Bridge.—The trestle approach to this bridge at the Hope end was entirely rebuilt.
A curve was placed on this structure to make a safer antl easier approach to the main bridge.
Harrison River was bridged at a point some 1,360 feet wide, the old 140-foot steel span from
Eburne BriElges being utilizeEl antl one Howe truss 100 feet.    The balance was timber trestle.
All bridge-work was done by day-labour.
Hope-Yale Section—Reconstruction.—Five and a quarter miles of work were completed,
from the end of the Tierney contract to American Creek.
Clearing.—Two miles of light clearing from end of Tierney contract to Texas Creek; 3%
miles of heavy clearing from Texas Creek to American Creek. For the most part the grading
was light work in earth, though there was about 1 mile in boulders, which were expensive to
handle. There was, in all, some 1,500 feet of rock-work, including a heavy through-cut at the
north approach to American Creek Bridge.
Metal culverts were put in where needed, and a 60-foot king truss was erected over Texas
Creek.    All the above work was Elone by day-labour.
Harrison^Agassiz Road.— (Note re mileage: The zero-point taken is at the west end of the
bridge over Mountain Slough at the foot of the eastern slope, approximately 600 feet from the
south-west corner of the South-west Quarter of Section 28, Township 3, Range 29.)
Grading was completed to an average width of 16 feet from Mile 1 (to which point construction had been carried in the previous season) to Mile 3.55 at the small creek at the foot of
the western slope (approximately 50 feet north of the north-west corner of the North-east
Quarter of Section 24, Township 3, Range 30).
From Mile 1 to Mile 1.5 construction was not as heavy as that of the first mile in the
previous season, but considerable rock was encountered; the classification being about 25 per
cent, solid rock, 30 per cent, loose rock, the balance being earth and hard-pan.
The work done between Mile 1 and Mile 3.55 included the widening to at least 16 feet of the
12-foot road between Mile 1.75 and Mile 2.25, graded in 1925; the building of a bridge 95 feet
long at Mile 2.02; the building of five timber culverts and the placing of ten metal-pipe culverts
and six drains.
The right-of-way was cleared (medium to heavy clearing) to a width of 40 feet from
Mile 2.25 to Mile 3.55.
The road was gravelled (August-September) from Mile 0 to Mile 3.55. From Mile 3.55 to
Mile 5.24 on the east bank of the Harrison River, across the Harrison River Flats, a 20-foot
roadway was completed and gravelled by the Municipality of Kent. P 14 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1926-27.
Summary of work done on Harrison River-Agassiz Road during fiscal year 1926-27:
(a) Clearing right-of-way, Mile 2.25 to Mile 3.55, 1.35 miles (6.5 acres) ; (6) construction of
road-bed, including widening of % mile of 12-foot road, 2.55 miles ; (o) construction of a 95-foot
trestle bridge and putting-in of fifteen culverts; (d) gravelling of road to average width of 11
feet, 3.55 miles.
Note.—Mileage starting at zero at foot of east slope of the mountain on Harrison-Agassiz
Road—continued on Deroche—Harrison Road.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
E. H. Verner,
District Engineer.
REPORT OF ENGINEER, DISTRICT No. 3.
District Engineer's Office,
Kamloops, B.C., June 22nd, 1927.
P. Philip, Esq.,
Deputy Minister and Public Works Engineer,
Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I beg to submit annual report for District No. 3 for the fiscal year 1926-27.
Roads.—Maintenance-work was carried out on all roads in the district and the programme
of widening, straightening, and improvement of grades was continued, as far as finances would
allow.
Gravelling was done on various stretches of road and resurfacing when traffic had worn
down or destroyed road-surfaces.
Maintenance costs become higher each year on account of extra mileage and heavier traffic.
It is found that the better roads are made, the faster traffic travels and heavier loads are
taken by trucks, with consequent higher maintenance.
Power-graders have proved satisfactory in keeping gravelleEl roads in condition by the
removal of wash-board and in regrading of curves.
There is a constant increase in motor traffic and settlers' roads have now to be kept in
much better condition on this account.
Stages and creamery trucks use many of our roads every day of the year and in wet and
snowy seasons practically constant maintenance-work is necessary.
Wooden culverts are being replaced with metal pipe as fast as possible, as timber buried
in alkali soil has a very short life.
Several short span bridges were replaced with ctilverts and fills. The increased use of
machinery for road-construction makes this work easier and more economical.
Power-shovels have proved their worth and on narrow side-hill roads where excavation can
be overcast the power-shovel is an ideal machine and is by far the most economical means of
handling this class of work.
Power-shovels also make excellent gravel-loaders, and on account of their various uses can
be kept employed practically all season.
The necessity for a light mobile compressor to run one air-line is felt, as hand-drilling on
rock-work is slow and costly.
The revolving Fresno scraper run by a 2-ton caterpillar tractor is a very useful combination
for short hauls on road-construction, as the tractor-driver can load, dump, or spread without
any other assistance. The 5-foot Fresno has been found to be the correct size for a 2-ton
caterpillar tractor.
Cariboo Road.—The contract-work on this highway was completed early in the summer of
1926, but the opening was delayed until September, as it was felt that, the road being new and
not properly settled, it would be unwise to allow a great deal of traffic over it. Moreover, there
was some work between Boothroyd and Lytton to be completed.
Between Boothroyd and Lytton the works at Falls Creek Diversion, Jackass Mountain,
Kanaka Diversion, and Cisco Diversion were completed by September to allow a good passable
road. Many cars passed over this roEite between September anil November, when the road was
closed for the season. 'V e
E'ELL RIVER BRIDGE,  MACKENZIE DISTRICT.     ONE  175-FOOT TIMBER SPAN AND
150-FOOT  TRESTLE  ON   CONCRETE   PIERS.     BUILT  BY   CONTRACT.  REPORT OF ENGINEER, DISTRICT No. 4. P 15
The winter of 1926-27 was one of heavy snowfall, severe frosts, and mild spells, and consequently many slides occurred on the new road. None of the slides were large and were easily
handled by the machinery now available.
Trails.—Trail-work was carried out on mining-trails on Mines Development appropriations
and several mining-trails were widened to roads.
Bridges.—Many small bridges were renewed and in several cases bents put on concrete pedestals, as piles in alkali ground rot out in a few years. Bridge-work was all done by day-laboui
as we have now equipment to handle this class of work economically and expeditiously. Several
large bridges in this district, including Savona, Spences Bridge, Ashcroft, Kamloops East, Pritchard, and Shuswap, are due for renewal.
Ferries.—General maintenance-work was done on all ferries, several cables renewed and
towers rebuilt. Pontoons were repaired and in some cases renewal and replacement work done
on landings. Many ferries were laid up during the winter as rivers were frozen over, and during
this period most of our renewal-work was carried out and ferrymen employed on the work.
General.—Owing to increased motor traffic it is becoming imperative that some better surface than gravel be used on the roads in this district, and it is hoped that during the coming
season some experiments may be made with asphalt. The cost of maintenance on gravel antl
earth roads is increasing yearly, and some means must be found to decrease this annual cost
and also proviEle a better surface.
Snow-ploughing in the winter has become general in this district and the work has been clone
by tractor with snow-plough placed in front.
The banks of snow left by the plough, when they start to melt in the spring, make the roads
bad, as the water gathers in the tracks left by the plough.
Labour conditions are generally good, and it is found, much more satisfactory to use residents
in the district rather than transients, as residents take much more interest in the work and are
much more anxious to hold their jobs. On the whole, labour conditions were good and men of
a good class plentiful.
The general public are so largely road-users now that the problems of road-building and
maintenance, inclutling the costs of same, are much better understood anEl appreciated. Boards
of Trade are of considerable assistance in helpful criticism, and road schemes put before them
are usually very thoroughly investigated before being endorsed.
Every assistance anEl consideration has been received from the Department in Victoria,
and inspecting officers of the Department are always ready to advise and assist district officials.
Other departments of the Provincial and Federal Governments are always willing to
co-operate and assist in the public works of the Province.
Assistant District Engineers, General Foremen, Ldcal Foremen, and clerical staff have
carried out their duties in a satisfactory manner.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
R. M. Taylor,
District Engineer.
REPORT OF ENGINEER, DISTRICT No. 4.
District Engineer's Office,
Penticton, B.C., August 24th, 1927.
P. Philip, Esq..
Deputy Minister and Public Works Engineer,
Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I beg to submit annual report of work undertaken in the above district during the
fiscal year 1926-27.
Roads.—Thirteen miles of new road were constructed and surfaced in widths of from 12 to
16 feet; 69 miles, including small diversions, were improved and reconstructed; 2,850 miles
were maintained at an average cost of $55.75 per mile, including supervision, plant, and tools.
As noted in my former reports, the traffic is increasing steadily and it is only through constant patrol-work that the roads in this dry belt can be kept in passable condition.    There is no doubt but that in the near future in certain sections it will be necessary to operate a rock-
crusher, which would in the end be far more economical than the present system of using local
material.
An experiment was made on Primary Highway No. 14a, through Penticton Municipality, by
making two applications of tarvia. This did not work out as well as expected, no doubt owing
to class of material which forms the foundation.
In addition to the above works, $9,650 was expendesl on improvements to mining roads and
trails under the " Mines Development Act."
Bridges.—Throughout the district thirteen bridges were reconstructed anEl seventy repaired.
Where possible, every opportunity has been taken to eliminate wooden structures and replace
by permanent work.
No work of any magnitude was undertaken in this district last fiscal year, with the exception of the construction of the Kelowna Ferry and wharves. This has proven of great benefit
to the public and will no doubt serve all requirements for some years to come. The anticipated
congestion of tourist traffic so far has failed to materialize.
Generally the conditions, in so far as this Department has been concerned, have been very
fair, taking every part of the district into consiEleration.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
W. K. Gwyer,
District Engineer.
REPORT OF ENGINEER, DISTRICT No. 5.
District Engineer's Office,
Court-house, Nelson, B.C., August 29th, 1927.
P. Philip, Esq.,
Deputy Minister and Public Works Engineer,
Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I beg to submit the following report covering the work carried out during 1926-27:—
NELSON ELECTORAL DISTRICT.
No new construction-work was undertaken in the Nelson Electoral District, and maintenance
operations covereEl 5.25 miles of roads .and streets, including 1.5 miles treateEl with 40-per-cent.
asphaltic oil. Sidewalks were kept in good condition and during the winter months the roads
leading to Mountain Station and the Nelson Cemetery were regularly cleared of snow after
each storm.
ROSSLAND-TRAIL ELECTORAL DISTRICT.
General repairs were carried out on 92.2 miles of roads and 7 miles of trails in the Rosslantl-
Trail District.
Widening and gravelling on the Rossland-Cascade Road and reconstructing 2.25 miles of
Castlegar-Trail Roatl at Blueberry Creek and between Murphy Creek and Brown Creek were
the principal works undertaken.
The traffic on the roads between Rossland and Trail and from Trail into Nelson is increasing rapidly from year to year as indicatetl by the Castlegar Ferry returns, and it is not possible
to maintain this 55-mile stretch out of our ordinary district appropriations. Special appropriations will have to be set aside to assist in widening, grading, and gravelling to meet traffic
conditions.
CRESTON ELECTORAL DISTRICT.
In the Creston Electoral District we maintained 358 miles of road and 53 miles of trail, on
which the Department of Mines assistetl on 22 miles of the former and 40 miles of the latter.
Over 4 miles of settlers' roads were built, anEl important diversions were made on the Nelson-
Balfour Road at Shannon's ranch, west of Willow Point, and at the Harris Ranch on Mile 18.
Two oustanding pieces of construction-work were undertaken by day-labour on main roads—
namely, the Arrow Creek Diversion on the Creston-Goatfell Road and the Trail-Fruitvale Cut-off.   The former, 1.25 miles in length, eliminates poor alignment and 18-per-cent. grades on the
old road, while the Trail-Fruitvale Cut-off is of great assistance to the ranchers in the Fruitvale
District who haul their produce into Trail, and who formerly had to make a long detour around
by Columbia Gardens on steep switchbacks. This cut-off extended through several heavy rock-
cuts, necessitating the removal of over 14,000 cubic yards of solid rock.
The Garrity Creek-Bonnington Diversion on the Nelson-Castlegar Road wras also completed
and opened for traffic in May, 1926.
KASLO-SLOCAN ELECTORAL DISTRICT.
Usual maintenance-work was carried out on 350 miles of roads anil 300 miles of trails,
and in addition the Department of Mines assisted in opening up 40 miles of roads and 140 miles
of trails.
On July 28th, 1926, the Queens Bay-Ainsworth Road was officially opened to traffic, thus
giving through road connection from Nelson to Kaslo.
Trunk-roaEl construction included the building of 7 miles of the proposed Box Lake-Rosebery
Road between Box Lake and Summit Lake, and the extension by contract of the Slocan City—
Silverton Road to 10-Mile Creek. A start was also made on the heavy rock-work at the Slocan
City end.
The reconstruction of the Columbia River Road between Burton and Fauquier was continued
for a distance of 1% miles, and 4% miles of settlers' roads were constructeEl in various parts of
the district.
REVELSTOKE ELECTORAL DISTRICT.
On the trunk roads in the Revelstoke District considerable gravelling was done and general
maintenance-work was undertaken on 217 miles of road and 118 miles of trail. In addition to
this, the Department of Mines gave assistance on opening up 35 miles of trail.
New construction-work included the extension by contract of the Big Bend Road to LaForme
Creek, an extension of the Austrian Settlement Road to its connection with the Revelstoke-
Arrowhead Road at Greenslide, and the building of 4 miles of settlers' roads.
Bridges.—The principal new bridges constructed or reconstructed during 1926-27 were as
follows:—
Rossland-Trail Electoral District:   One 40-foot stringer span over Blueberry Creek.
Creston District: Aylmer Bridge, 120-foot pile trestle; Falls Creek, 72-foot king truss on
concrete footings; Shoreacres, one 140-foot and one 80-foot Howe-truss spans on concrete piers
and 247-foot approach; Walker, one 130-foot Howe truss and one 60-foot king truss on pile
pier and 173-foot approach.
Kaslo-Slocan District: Dog Creek, 196-foot framed trestle; Rogerson, 133-foot framed
trestle ; Traves, 135-foot framed trestle; 10-Mile, 40-foot king truss on concrete piers; Vallican,
two 100-foot Howe-truss spans on pile piers and 38-foot approach.
In addition, 700 lineal feet of bridges were replaced by culvert and fill, and 223 bridges were
overhauled and repaired.
Ferries.—All ferries in the district continue to operate successfully, but it will be necessary
in the very near future to install a larger ferry at Castlegar, to handle probably ten cars at
one trip.
In conclusion, I would again like to point out the necessity of larger appropriations for
trunk-road maintenance, as with present available funds it is next to impossible to keep them
in the condition that the travelling public desire and expect.
I wish to testify to the excellent support I have had from all general foremen, Resident
Engineers on construction, and the Resident Mining Engineer and his assistant. I also desire
to thank the Department for their consideration and attention.
Respectfully submitted.
Wm. Ramsay,
District Engineer. REPORT OF ENGINEER, DISTRICT No. 6.
Department of Public Works,
Cranbrook, B.C., July 15th, 1927.
P. Philip, Esq.,
Deputy Minister and Public Works Engineer,
Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I beg to submit the following general report for the fiscal year ended March 31st,
1927 :—
Three matters stand out prominently. The first pertains to the weather—no floods, no
damage to any of the roads in 1926, but a peculiar thing was the manner in which the Moyie
River kept up a high flow late in the year. The only bearing this had was interference with
the work of replacing the Kingsgate Bridge. The winter of 1926-27, however, was exceptional
in its vast snowfall and gave promise of great AooeIs for 1927. The second matter was the
exceptional number of roads gazetted throughout the district. Preparation of plans for a
three-year programme of road-work was the third outstanding matter.
Construction.—Construction-work on the Trans-Provincial Highway was carried out at a.
diversion y2 mile west of Bateman's ranch. The road was widened in solid rock % mile east of
Irishman Creek. On the Curzon Junction-Kingsgate Road, widening was done in solid rock
at Glenlilly. A diversion at Hosmer wyas made in winter as a relief measure for unemployed
in Fernie.
At Crowsnest a conference was held with the Alberta Highway Commissioner relative to
linking the highways of the two Provinces.
A section of the Cranbrook-Kimberley Road was completed between Marysville and Blarch-
mont. Particularly satisfying results were obtained on this work, the gravel surface warranting
special comment.
On the Kootenay-Columbia River Highwray, Island Pond Diversion was commenced. This
will shorten the present road consiflerably and replace steep grades and winding alignment by
almost perfect sweeping curves and no grades of any consequence. The whole diversion is 9%
miles long, and about 4 miles were built in 1926.
At Canal Flat a new diversion a mile long was constructed. This is a straight stretch of
road vastly improving the old route.
In the Kootenay Indian Reserve a section was completed near Capla's place, taking the road
out of low muddy land to a better location on dry ground. North of Spillimacheen, near
F. Mill's place, a diversion was built, doing away with a particularly crooked piece of road on
stiff grades.
On the Golden-Yoho Park Road the last 7% miles were built, leaving only the surfacing
to be done in 1927. Considerable interest is now being taken in the Goltlen-Yoho Park route by
newspaper anEl other publicity agencies that see in it an exceptional drawing card for tourists.
Further work of about 3 miles was done on the West Side Road near Salter Creek.
The fill at Brisco across the swamp lands of Columbia River to Brisco Bridge was a work
of some magnitude.
A road was built to the Aurora Mine on the west side of Lower Moyie Lake. Owners of the
mine contributing half the cost. Considerable ore-hauling was done over the road to Aldridge
Siding.
The new road to Corbin was cleared for its entire length, ready for grading operations in
1927.    McBain's Lake Road was an important piece of construction.
A bad grade near Desrosier's place on the Wardner-Gateway Road was eliminated by a
diversion. Other roads constructed were important in their way as giving access to farming
and other interests.
Trails.—Considerable work was clone on St. Mary AVest Fork Trail near its upper end,
deviating from the present route to get grade improvement. This is a trunk trail used by
miners, trappers, anfl loggers.
Hellroaring Creek Trail was improved and some work done on AVhitefish Trail.
A trail 1.5 miles long was built to-Bellville Mine in the vicinity of Lumberton.
Four miles of new trail were built to the Key group of mineral claims on Delphine Creek
and 2% miles to the Outcrop and Outlet Claims in the vicinity of the Hot Punch Mine. ■ orf^
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Bridges.—Surveys and foundation data (including the obtaining of wash borings) were
undertaken by our own men and equipment in connection with the proposed steel structure over
the Kootenay River at Wardner.
Kingsgate Bridge was renewed. A sidewalk was built on Yahk Slough Bridge. Plans were
prepared for the renewal of bridge over Skookumchuck River on Torrent Road.
A pile trestle on the Trans-Provincial Highway, 16 miles east of Fernie, replaced a dangerous structure.
A 60-foot king truss, Forster's Bridge, was constructed over No. 2 Creek on Forester's Landing Road, replacing an old outworn stringer bridge.
Mount Hunter Bridge, a 60-foot king truss with high trestle approaches (60 feet high),
on the Golden-Yoho Park Road was commenced.
Quite a number of stringer bridges were built and some were replaced by culvert and fill.
River-bank Protection.—Some work was done near Fernie Annex in conjunction with the
City of Fernie. Piles were driven a few feet from the bank, about 8 feet apart, and wire fencing
placed between the piles. The refuse of the city was then dumped in behind, and wonderfully
effective protection resulted at a minimum of cost.
Toby Dam near Athalmer gave some trouble with ice jamming the channel, which was
cleared at a cost of about $490.
Indications of expected floods forced the work of protecting the mouth of St. Mary River
under adverse conditions. However, a mattress 1,100 feet long was built on a made embankment, the mat weighted with concrete slabs, and all work completed the very day the water
came up.    This protection was successful and timely.
Such protection-works as those along the Kicking Horse River, Golden, Michel River, Natal,
and Elk River, Fernie, have proveEl their worth and continue to be very effective.
Ferries.—Ferries are not of very great importance in this district, being local affairs
operated by those using them when needed. A new one was built for Donald. Parson Ferry
and Bechtel Ferry had minor repairs.
Buildings.—Minor improvements were made to the Golden Court-house and grounds. Extensive repairs and alterations were made to the Golden Gaol. The flag-poles were overhauled at
the Cranbrook Court-house and a small lavatory installed. A new school was built for the towns
of Natal and Michel. Government Buildings and their grounds generally demand, and receive,
a good deal of attention from the district Public AArorks officials.
General.—Highway regulations passed by Order in Council were an innovation, regulating
such matters as weights of loads, use of roads of a certain class, signs on highways, public
carriers, etc. The Provincial Police of this district are most obliging and helpful to us in supervising these matters.
Our road plant is well regulated to the needs. The " Bear Cat" excavating-shovel purchased last year has paid for itself, making great showing in the widening of curves and of
stretches of narrow road.
A " Speeder " shovel purchased this spring for Fernie District is doing good work.
The 2-ton caterpillar tractor and grader used in Columbia District to widen parts of the
Kootenay-Columbia River Road proved very successful.
A 5-ton caterpillar and an Adams grader (10-foot blade) were obtained for the Fernie
District. This makes a splendid combination for widening roads in construction-work. Other
equipment purchased include: Chevrolet truck ; 5-ton hand-hoist; hand-operated concrete-mixer;
21/E>-horse-power Evinrude pump; two No. 5 Sawyer-Massey graders with scarifiers; an Adams
No. 8 Road King grader with scarifier and back-sloper; a Pacific revolving scraper; a 2%-ton
White truck;  three 1-ton Ford trucks;  a No. 5 Horse Patrol Sawyer-Massey grader.
The following roads, or parts thereof, were established by gazetted notice: Beach, Clarke,
Cranbrook-Kimberley, Cranbrook-New Lake, Colony Hill, Cameron, Cassimayook, Eager Hill-
Fort Steele, Fleetwood, Green bay, Haha Creek, Mayook Station, Mayook Settlement, Mission,
Mission-Wycliffe, Munroe Lake, McPhee, Porto Rico, Prospect, Trans-Provincial Highway,
Brown, Berry, Barber, Chalmer, Eustace, Kootenay-Columbia River, Luxor Station, Mitchell,
Radium Station, AVills Road Extension, Land Settlement, Sand Creek, and AVasa-Sheep Creek.
The Cranbrook Garage handled a great deal of work and ended the year with a moderate
profit. It has become a very important factor in our organization and it would be difficult to
get on without it, considering mechanical equipment used in the district. The problem of co-ordinating efforts in highway-construction between the State of Montana
and British Columbia was thoroughly gone into when two representatives met me and reconnoitred the country south of Elko to get an idea of the reasonable thing to do when these highways are further developed on both sides of the line. The ports of entry of Gateway and
Dingsdale (or Roosville) were considered, and both of these can be served under the scheme
proposed. «
Forest fires were severe in the Spillimacheen country and some effort had to be made to save
some of the outlying bridges.    Labour conditions were normal.
Considerable snow-ploughing had to be done in the winter of 1926-27, there having been a
record fall in Fernie. Milkmen were unable to get their supplies to town and assistance had
to be rendered.
The usual roads were closed in the spring by virtue of the " Highway Act " and considerable
expense avoided when the snow was melting off.
Applications for approval of subdivisions, for installing pipe-lines, pole-lines, irrigations,
signs, sidewalks, for removing sand or gravel from right-of-way, and other encroachments on the
public roads were numerous, requiring a thorough investigation in every case before recommending for permit.
Changes made in the accounting system are working out well. The new style of final report
for bridges is a great improvement.
The Cranbrook office got a Sundstrand adding-machine, a necessity considering the volume
of work now handled.
There were no changes in our permanent staff this year and each and every one did credit
to the organization.
I would like to record also that our foremen have become very reliable and efficient men.
Nearly all of them have now been with us season after season. The value of experience is
added to their willingness and eagerness to do good work. The same is to be said of our
truck-drivers, excavator operators, mechanical loader and rock-crusher operators, and the
garage mechanics.
I wish to thank you and your staff at Victoria, cordially, in always taking a considerate
view of any difficulties here and for helping us along with our work.
Respectfully submitted.
J. C. Brady,
District Engineer.
REPORT OF ENGINEER, DISTRICT No. 7.
Court-house,
Prince Rupert, B.C., August 11th, 1927.
P. Philip, Esq.,
Deputy Minister and Public Works Engineer,
Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I have the honour to submit my report for the fiscal year 1926-27.
ATLIN DISTRICT.
Reconstruction on Bear River Road was carried on from Bitter Creek Bridge to Bear Lake
and a diversion % mile in length made on the same road south of Glacier Creek to avoid
washouts.
The Marmot River Road was graded to the Forks and the Dunwell Road built to within
a few hundred feet of the mine. All these roads were of particularly heavy construction, both
in clearing and grading.
The road between Stewart and the wharf was widened out of rock from an average width
of 10 feet to a minimum width of 16 feet, and ditched, drained, and retaining-walls rebuilt.
The construction of roads between Telegraph Creek and Dease Lake was continued for an
additional 13 miles.
Under our supervision the Atlin Silver-Lead Mines Company built a wagon-road 7% miles
in length alongside Fourth of July Creek.  ,
A trail was built from the Engineer Mine to Golden Gate. The total length of roads constructed and reconstructed, all by day-labour, was 27.75 miles
and trails 24.25 miles. About 240 miles of roads and 689 miles of trails were repaired and
maintained.
There was no new bridge-work of importance.
In order to provide protection against bank-erosion by the Kitsault River a training-wall
was built near Alice Arm. This consists of large angular rocks, 9 feet wide at top with side-
slopes 1% to 1;   average height, 6 feet; total length, 700 feet, with underlying brush mattress.
The rock was obtained at a quarry 1,200 feet distant from the commencement of wall, the
total amount required (approximately 3,000 cubic yards) being broken at one blast, loaded into
flat cars by derrick, and hauled to place by gas-speeder on narrow-gauge track. The cost per
cubic yard of rock in place was $2.67, inclusive of mattress.
To find an all-Canadian route between tide-water and Dease Lake a reconnaissance survey
was made commencing at Stewart, our nearest northerly port. The route selected as the most
feasible was from Meziadin Lake to Bowser Lake via Hanna River; then up the Bell-Irving
River to the junction of the Salmon River, which is approximately 107 miles from Stewart.
PRINCE RUPERT DISTRICT.
Construction was continued on Prince Rupert Highway, 1 mile being graded and % mile
macadamized on Kaien Island section. ,  .     { .
Most of the subgra<le of this road is muskeg, the surface being carried on rafts of various
designs to suit conditions.
Cow Bay Road was macadamized as a foundation for tarvia surfacing.
On account of the very steep grades on the old wagon-trail between Queen Charlotte City
and Skidegate an entirely new route was adopted along the sea-front. This entails some heavy
rock-cuts, but when completed the maintenance cost will be small. About 1 mile of this is now
constructed.
The grading of Port Clements-Tlell Road was continued 2 miles.
To overcome the troublous sand roads in the vicinity of Masset and to make them suitable
for auto traffic at a reasonable cost, there were laid about 3 miles of planked wheel-tracks, each
consisting of two 2%- by 12-inch cedar plank laid flush with surface of road on stringers 8 feet
apart. This type of construction cost 32 cents per lineal foot of road and has proved very
satisfactory for the light traffic on these roads.
The total length of new or reconstructed work was 12 miles of roads and 1 mile of trail.
Thirty-five miles of roads and 16 miles of trails were repaired and maintained. Five bridges
were constructed and nine reconstructed.
One hundred and eighty feet of wharf 64 feet wide was reconstructed by contract at Prince
Rupert, using- creosoted piles to replace those of concrete. An additional portion of wharf, 150
by 16 feet, was rebuilt by day-labour.
A portion of the rebuilt wharf is occupied by the Dominion Government Biological Station,
built to Dominion requirements by this Department.
SKEENA DISTRICT.
The principal work was the construction of the Hazelton-Terrace section of the Prince
Rupert Highway. Construction was continued near Skeena Crossing and new work commenced
at Terrace, a portion of the abandoned Omineca and Pacific Railway grade being used near
Copper River.    The location survey was advanced from Skeena Crossing to Kitwanga.
The road on the west side of Bulkley River, between Smithers and Moricetown, was finally
adopted as the main trunk road and extensive reconstruction-work was carried out, 10 miles of
the road having been gravelled and put in first-class condition.
The new Kispiox Road was extended and a temporary through connection made.       i:
The total length of roads constructed or reconstructed was 44.25 miles and of trails 26.25
miles.
In maintenance our efforts were chiefly directed to gravelling and drainage. Total length
of roads maintained and repaired was 268 miles and of trails 335 miles.
Bridges and ferries were maintained and repaired as usual.
In response to the demand for letting work by contract tenders were called for on some
suitable work.    There was little response, and after the contracts were awarded to the lowest P 22 PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1926-27.
bidders the results made it appear that the demand for letting minor contracts in preference to
day-labour was not justified.
MACKENZIE DISTRICT.
The only construction-work done in this district was on the Dean River Trail from Kimsquit
to Tesla Lake. In cruising for this trail there was found a previously unknown pass which
affords comparatively easy access to Eutsuk Lake and from there by water to Ootsa Lake.
The length of completetl trail was 17 miles.
The new road from 4-Mile to the wharf at Bella Coola was gravelled and a considerable
amount of gravelling was done at various points along the main road.
About 53.5 miles of road and 48.5 miles of trail were repaired and maintained.
Thorsen Creek Bridge was washed out and rebuilt and eighteen other bridges were repaired.
The settlers at Hagensborg were again assisted in their protection scheme, which up to the
present has given good service.
At Wilkerson's an endeavour was made to divert the main body of the river into its old bed,
the results of which will not be known until after high water.
General.—I regret to report the death of Mr. Hugh Molyneaux, who had been Road Superintendent at Atlin for over a quarter of a century.
In conclusion, I take this opportunity of thanking you and your staff for the kind assistance
given during the past year.
Respectfully submitted. G. C. Mackay,
District Engineer.
REPORT OF ENGINEER, DISTRICT No. 8.
Prince George, B.C.,
P. Philip, Esq., September 27th, 1927.
Deputy Minister and Public Works Engineer,
Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I have the honour to submit report for the fiscal year ended March 31st, 1927.
A vigorous programme, previously planned, was carried out on the main highway system
of this Engineering District, which concluded with very gratifying results.
Weather conditions in the early part of the season were perfect and a good general start
was made by the end of April.
Shortly after the first of April a new and much-desired gas-shovel was received and for
eight months was kept busy, double shift, widening out many miles of dangerous side-hill road,
which work was greatly appreciated by the travelling public.
Cariboo Road.—The chief improvement to this road was the laying of approximately 10
miles of gravel surfacing. Considerable difficulty was experienced in procuring the material,
which had to be hauled by truck as far as 7 miles. The whole of the material was excavated
and screened with a ^-cubic-yard Sauerman cableway excavator and loaded from bins. The
economy achieved by this method of handling made it possible to cover the large mileage above
mentioned. All side-hills were shovel-widened before the surfacing was laid. With 8 miles of
surfacing remaining to be carried out next year, the whole of the 35 miles of the highway in
the Fort George District will be hard-surfaced with gravel.
Fort George-IIazelton Road.—AVith continued additional auto travel it became necessary
to improve the alignment of a number of sections of this lengthy highway, and many bad curves
were either eliminated or partly improved. The 8-mile stretch between Prince George and Vanderhoof was relocated, cleared, and graded to a standard width during the early part of the year,
and in the fall a commencement was made on the Sweet Creek Hill Diversion, which, when completed, will eliminate an extremely dangerous portion of the existing highway. This 8-mile
diversion replaced 11 miles of the present road.
Between Endako and Burns Lake additional grading-work was carried out, and with the
exception of a few side-hill cuts, which remain to be improved, this link has been completed.
The Rose Lake-Forestdale Diversion is extremely heavy work and it will take another season to
open the whole of it up for traffic. A few minor improvements were carried out with excellent
results west of Forestdale to the boundary near Telkwa. ■< &
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Fort George East.—The grading on this road between Prince George and Giscome was completed and opened up for traffic, but surfacing of a number of clay stretches was left over for
another season. The 8-mile section between Aleza Lake and Newlands was graded to within
1 mile of the latter place, opening up another important link in the highway. Between Aleza
Lake and McBride no important work was carried out. From McBride to Dunster all the heavy
clearing was completed and the road roughly graded, though much remains to be done before
this section is finished to standard width.
A portion of the old tote-road between Mount Robson and Red Pass Junction was widened
out and made passable for wagons.
Fort George-Chief Lake.—This road was again subjected to further reconstruction, a 2-mile
section being relocated and constructed to standard width.
Vanderhoof-Fort St. James.—Continued from last season, the work in reconstructing this
highway was carried on and consisted chiefly in widening and surfacing some of the worst hills.
Ootsa Lake Road.—This road is in a condition where a great deal of relocation is necessary
before any great amount of work can be done to advantage, and much data thereon was collected
during the season.    Minor repairs were carried out where most urgently needed.
Francois Lake-Endako Road.—This road was extended towards Endako, but much heavy
rock-work hindered completion, and another season's work will be necessary before the same
can be utilized.
Colleymount Road.—This road was extended for a distance of 2 miles in the direction of
Nadina and the Ootsa East Road carried on down the lake towards Henson's for a distance
of 1% miles.
The numerous settlement roads throughout the district were given attention where necessary
and with funds available a lot of good work was done.
Peace River District.—Improvements to the Rolla-Fort St. John Road were again the major
undertaking in this district, and with the exception of a short section in the centre the road
was graded throughout. The cut-bank hill was relocated and a narrow grade constructed.
The Peace River Hill, however, still remains to be reconstructed before the road can be conveniently travelled.
The crossing of the Cutbank River is a serious obstacle on this highway, but next year it
is expected a suitable bridge will be erected at this point, which will make the road passable
at all seasons of the year.
The balance of the work in this district was chiefly confined to general maintenance of the
existing roads and the opening-up of new road allowances where required.
Bridge-work.—The bridges in the district suffered little or no damage from high water.
The heavy accumulation of driftwood on the piers of a few large structures was the only item
calling for extra expenditure. A large number of smaller bridges were replaced or filled, as
conditions warranted, throughout the entire district, and repair-work of a light nature was
carried out on some of the king-truss spans. All Howe-truss spans were tightened as required.
The log bridge at Burns Lake was replaced in part by 300 feet of pile trestle, leaving a balance
of 250 feet of the old structure to be filled in next season. A new pile trestle 180 feet long
was driven across Dome Creek.
River-bank Protection.—The bank of the Bulkley River at Houston was protected by driving 300 lineal feet of close piling with rock filling at the base. This work became necessary
on account of the erosion getting extremely close to the main highway and liable to do serious
damage.
Ferries.—Maintenance of the existing ferries constituted the only expenditure under this
heading. At Francois Lake an increased daily ferry service was provided during the summer
months and much appreciated.
No contracts were let this season, the whole of the work being successfully carried out by
the Department's forces antl very gratifying results were obtained.
The entire work has had the closest co-operation of the outside staff, which, coupled with
the continued support from headquarters, has been greatly responsible for a successful season's
work.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
A. Dixon,
District Engineer. P 24 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1926-27.
REPORT OF ENGINEER, DISTRICT No. 9.
150-Mile House, August 24th, 1927.
P. Philip, Esq.,
Deputy Minister and Public Works Engineer,
Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I beg to submit my annual report of work done in the above district during the fiscal
year 1926-27.
LILLOOET DISTRICT.
A large programme in the reconstruction of the main trunk roads throughout the district
was carried out during the season, and with appreciated assistance of increased appropriations,
good progress was made toward the establishment of permanent, standard highways.
On the Lillooet-Lytton Road 24 miles were widened to 16 feet, and on the Lillooet-Clinton
Road 26 miles were widened and 4 miles of gravel laid down. Extensive work was also carried
out on the Marble Canyon-Hat Creek Road, 26 miles of road widened to 16 feet and 9 miles of
gravelling done. Owing to the heavy work entailed to eliminate the many dangerous curves
on these three roads we decided to let this work stand over until next year, when with the help
of a gasolene-shovel this work can be accomplished a great deal more economically and more
expeditiously.
In the early part of the year a trail was built up Garibaldi Mountain from Daisy Lake
Station on the Pacific Great Eastern Railway, 12% miles. A tourist camp is being established
at the end of this trail, which undoubtedly will become one of the most popular resorts in the
district.
On the Coast section of this district preliminary surveys were carried out for the location
of the proposed road from Pender Harbour to Sechelt. Construction on this road is planned
to start next year.
River-bank Protection.—AATork was continued on the Lillooet River at Pemberton. The completion of our programme will be carried out next year.
Bridges.—The most important bridge-work in this district was the rebuilding by day-labour
of the Cheakamus Bridge, a 154-foot Howe-truss span. Twenty smaller bridges in the district
were replaced with culverts and fills and thirty-two other bridges repaired.
NORTH VANCOUA'ER DISTRICT.
The usual maintenance-work was carried out in the unorganized portion of this district, all
roads and trails being kept in good condition throughout the year. On Bowen Island the Collins
Road, y2 mile in length, was graded and gravelled and the Collins Bridge constructed. This
construction gives the people in the north-east part of the island access to Snug Cove wharf,
where the Union Steamship Company boats call daily.
In the Municipality of West Vancouver the extension of the grading of Marine Drive to
Whytecliffe was completed, sufficient funds not being available to complete the surfacing.
A heavy expenditure will be required on this road to put it in condition to carry the heavy
traffic presently travelling over it.   All bridges in the district were kept in good repair.
CARIBOO DISTRICT.
Roads and Trails.—During the past season a large percentage of the most important
improvements necessary to the district were undertaken. The most important of these was the
gravelling operations on the main Cariboo Road. '
In the Northern section, between Quesnel and AVoodpecker, 6.5 miles of gravelling were
completed, leaving 18 miles between these two points that will require gravelling before motorists can travel with any degree of safety or comfort during the wet seasons of the year.
South of Quesnel 5.5 miles were reconstructed and gravelled. The improvement on this
portion of the road was greatly appreciated by the entire community, as previously it was a
source of danger to all motor-drivers in the wet weather. In these two projects 11,724 cubic
yards of gravel were laid down at an average cost of 70 cents per cubic yard. Between Miles
120 and 124, 3.5 miles were reconstructed and gravelled at a cost of $3,000. Several diversions
eliminating dangerous curves and heavy grades along the entire road were also carried out. ■■■■:.:---k-i
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QUESNEL RIVER BRIDGE.  CARIBOO DISTRICT.     ONE  100-FOOT.  ONE  120-FOOT,  ONE  130-FOOT,
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CONCRETE-BLOCK MATTRESS PROTECTION.      CONSTRUCTED BY  DAY-LABOUR, i REPORT OF SUPERVISING ARCHITECT. P 25
The reconstruction of the Barkerville Main Road was completed this year. The whole road
has now been widened, ditched, and crowned. Motorists are now able to make the 62-mile run
from Quesnel in 2% hours. AVork on the dangerous curves and brush-cutting will be carried
out next year.
Maintenance on the entire length of the Chilcotin Main Road was carried out and another
section of the " Hance's Timber " Diversion completed; one 20-per-cent. grade in this section
being replaced with an 8 per cent, grade. A considerable amount of work will still be necessary
on this road.
Another 8 miles of the Keithley Main Road were reconstructed. Next year should see this
important artery in good condition.
On the Lone Butte-Bridge Lake Road 2.5 miles of new construction were completed. This
road is now completed on Bridge Lake end. There is, however, a 9-mile stretch between that
point and Lone Butte.
Maintenance-work was carried out on the Clinton-AVilliams Lake Road, besides which 2.5
miles of gravelling were done.
Ferries.—All ferries in the district gave satisfactory service. Landings in some cases were
rendered difficult on account of the extremely low water in the Fraser River, which left the
approaches with very steep grades.
Bridges.—The most important bridge-work in this district was the construction of the new
Quesnel River Bridge. The total length of this structure is 500 feet, consisting of one 100-foot,
one 130-foot, one 120-foot, and one 150-foot timber Howe trusses. The substructure consists of three concrete piers and two concrete abutments. A good deal of difficulty was
experienced by the contractor in the foundation-work owing to the severely cold weather. The
work, however, was successfully carried out and the bridge completed on April 19th, 1927.
General.—AVeather conditions with respect to road maintenance and construction were ideal
throughout the working season.
The programme that we have carried out on the roads during the past fiscal year was
undoubtedly the most successful that it has been my privilege to be connected with, as the work
that has been accomplished allows one to hope that, in the very near future, it will not be
necessary to expend the major portion of appropriations on " maintenance." I wish to thank all
those responsible for the increased appropriations that enabled us to get a start towards
accomplishing such ends.
All of which is respectfully submitted. „   „   T
District Engineer.
REPORT OF SUPERVISING ARCHITECT.
Department of Public Works,
P. Philip   Esq., ATictoria, B.C., October 29th, 1927.
Deputy Minister and Public Works Engineer,
Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—It gives me great pleasure to submit the annual report of the Architectural Branch
for the fiscal year ended March 31st, 1927.
University of B.C.—The main building programme on this University was concluded during
this year. It wyas decided to extend the gas, water, steam, and electrical supplies to the boundary of the Theological Section of the University. A carpenter-shop, fire-hall, garage, and bathhouse were also started this year as the final buildings under this appropriation in the semipermanent groups of buildings. There was also designed a sheep-barn and a couple of houses
for construction at the expense of the University authorities.
Boys' Industrial School.—The gymnasium and swimming-pool at this institution were completed. These buildings were carried out' by the boys of the institution and their supervisors
under our direction, and great credit is due to the staff and the boys for the excellent construction. Such a method is an excellent way to train the boys and fit them for after-life in a
suitable trade. Mental Hospital, Essondale.—A residence for the medical officer was completed during the
year by the inmates and staff of this institution.
Mental Hospital, New Westminster.—AArard K at this institution was rebuilt. Dry-rot had
obtained a firm hold in the ward, which had to be eradicated and reconstructed along modern
lines. Ward J was also rewired. A new greenhouse was erected by " patient " labour. This
institution supplies all the plants for Essondale as well as New Westminster.
Mental Hospital, Saanich.—To cope with the overcrowding at Essondale an additional ward
for fifty patients was erected in this building. A new laundry was erected by " patient" labour
under the supervision of our tradesmen.
Colony Farm.—On account of fire destroying the hay-barn at this institution a large new
hay-barn, silos, and feed-room, also a cattle isolation barn, were erected. The grounds around
where the fire occurred were made good and improved.
Clinton Court-house.—A new Court-house and police quarters were erected, but unfortunately a fire occurred during construction and destroyed them. The buildings were, however,
insured and they have now been re-erected without additional cost to the Government.
Printing Bureau.—Plans were prepared and contract awarded for the new Printing Bureau
in connection with the Parliament Buildings, and it is hoped to have the same ready for occupation by the New Year.
Michel and Trail Schools.—A new reinforced-concrete and stone school of twyelve rooms was
planned during the year and contract awarded. An eight-room addition and gymnasium were
erected at the Trail Public School.
Lockups.—A new lockup at Blue River was erected according to our standard plan and
the gaol at Kamloops was altered to make two semi-detached houses for marrieEl constables.
Tranquille Sanatorium-—A new staff residence for female help was commenced. Curbing
and gates to main approach and extensive repairs and alterations to the diet kitchens and
lavatories to the various buildings in this institution were started.
Elk Lake Game Farm.—Additional pheasant-pens, were erected at this farm by our staff.
Parliament Buildings.^-A. start was made on the addition of a sprinkler system to the
Parliament Buildings grounds. The main lawn was dug up, properly subdrained, and reseeded
in order to obtain a lawn in keeping with the buildings. The old flag-pole on these grounds
was found to be decayed and a new one erected. We found it very difficult to obtain a suitable
pole, but through the kind offices of Mr. A. E. Munn, M.L.A., we secureil the present pole, an
excellent specimen of Douglas fir. A large extension and alterations to the old drill-hall on
Parliament Square were made for the Police Department.
Duncan Court-house.—This building was completely remodelled and repaired and quarters
erected for the Police Department.
Court-house, New Westminster.—Considerable alterations and additions to this building
were made by remodelling the old Court-room and providing adequate accommodation for the
Dykes and Public Works Department, still leaving space for future additions.
Ashcroft Court-house.—The Government purchased the B.X. company's offices and remodelled same for Government offices and Court-house.
University Subdivision.—We examined all the plans for the various buildings erected on this
area for the Lands Department and made inspections where necessary and any suggestions for
improvement of plans or elevations, and advised the Lands Department whenever anything was
found contrary to the regulations governing this area.
Hospitals and Schools.—To safeguard the Government interests we examined plans and
specifications for hospitals and schools (prepared by outside architects) to which the Government were giving grants.
Schools.—The following rural schools were erected during this year: One-room schools, 2;
two-room schools, 2; 4-room schools, 1; additions, 3. We have also provided to School Boards
and Hospital Boards blue-prints and specifications for our standard plans for school and hospital
buildings, where they are erecting the buildings themselves or as a guide for planning of such
buildings.
MAINTENANCE AND REPAIRS.
Parliament Buildings.—The usual maintenance and repairs to these buildings have been
carried out by the tradesmen of this Department.
Government House.—Our tradesmen efficiently carried out the repairs of this building. Normal Schools.—A retaining-wall around the bank in front of the Normal School at Victoria, erected in dry stone and obtaineil from the site, has greatly improved the appearance of
these grounds. Besides, there was the usual maintenance to this building and to the Normal
School in Vancouver.
Hospitals.—The usual maintenance and repairs to the various hospitals have been carried
out by the tradesmen at these institutions under our direction.
Agencies.—Considerable repairs and renovation have been carried out at the various
agencies, more particularly at Vancouver, Prince Rupert, Fernie, Nelson, and Revelstoke.
Gaols and Lookups.—There was expended considerable sums on the renovation of various
lockups which required extensive renovation and improvements.
I am exceedingly gratified with the arrangement made this year in which the repairs to
Government buildings are kept separate and under the jurisdiction of this Department.
In conclusion, I wish to express to you, Sir, and Mr. Napier, the various District Engineers,
and to Mr. H. L. Taylor, Inspector of Electrical Energy, my appreciation of whole-hearted
support and the valuable assistance and co-operation in the work carried out by this Branch.
I also wish to express my appreciation of the support given to me by the staff of this office
and the tradesmen on the staff and the various institutions. Harmony has always prevailed and
a thorough spirit of co-operation is existent working for the best interests of the Department and
the Government in general.
All of which is respectfully submitted. Heney Wh1ttak1^
Supervising Architect. P 28
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Draughtsman DETAILS OP BRIDGES CONSTRUCTED BY DAY-LABOUR.
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DETAILS OF PRINCIPAL BRIDGES CONSTRUCTED BY
DAY-LABOUR, 1926-27.
Name.
Location.
Type and Description of Work.
Cheakamus River Bridge...
Coombs Bridge	
approaches and rock-filled crib piers.
Duncan Wagon-bridge	
approaches and frame-bent piers.
approaches and frame-bent piers.
100-foot timber Howe through truss, with trestle
approaches and pile piers.
80-foot span Howe through truss, with trestle approaches and pile piers.
140-foot span Howe through truss, with trestle approach and timber pier.
Skookumchuek Bridge	
Over Skookumchuek Creek..
Salmon River Bridge	
Vallican Bridge	
with trestle approaches and pile piers.
130-foot span timber Howe through truss and 60-foot
span timber King truss, with trestle approaches
and pile piers.
TYPICAL HIGHWAY SIGNS IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
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BOATS FOR HIRE.
10
6
11 GENERAL EXPLANATION OF SIGNS.
AATARNING SIGNS.
Warning Signs have a yellow background with black symbols or letters.
.    They will be erected on the driver's right-hand side of the road at the heights shown above;
when conditions permit, Signs 3, 4, 5, and 6 will be placed 300 feet back from the point they
refer to.
Various shapes are reserved for different degrees of caution to be exercised.
By this means warning is conveyed to the driver in three ways; i.e., by colour, by shape, and
by symbol or lettering.
In general, signs will be erected sparingly and only where they are really necessary.
Sign No. 1, which is circular, calls, by law, for the driver to bring his vehicle to a full stop
before crossing or entering on a main highway. Sign No. 2 (octagonal) refers to motor-stage
drivers, who must come to a full stop before crossing a railway.
Use extreme caution when you see a diamond-shaped sign (No. 3). Ordinary caution signs
(No. 4)  are rectangular in shape.
Sign No. 5 (triangular) is reserved exclusively for a school sign; in British Columbia
10 miles per hour is the legal speed-limit for motor-vehicles when approaching or passing a
school between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. on days when school is regularly held.
INFORMATION SIGNS.
These have a white background with black letters. Direction Signs (No. 7) will show the
names of places in their proper sequence, commencing at the top with the name of the nearest
place.
Mile posts or boards will be placed on the same side of the highway throughout.
.... .. AVARN1NG SIGNS.
P 31
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■•■ PROCEEDwrrHCAUTJON      I
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3c.
SIGN No 3
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STANDARD  SYMBOLS for  SIGN No. 4 b
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MILES SS a
REVELSTOKE 4.
WHEN WET  s
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USE HORN    ?
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STANDARD LETTERING
FOR BOARDS "c* SIGNS 3 &4.
OTHER WORDING   MAY BE USED
TO SUIT   SPECIAL   CONDITION3. P 32
PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 192(3-27.
INFORMATION  SIGNS, ETC.
a'- a'
as req'd.
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SIGN  No. 8
MILE BOARD
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FOR GRADE RY. CROSSINGS.
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SIGN  No.IO
FOR GENERAL USE.
3^'	
ERECTED   BY
PUBLIC WORKS DEFT.
BRITISH COLUMBIA
ANY PERSON
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SIGN WILL BE
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SERECTED   BY
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PERMIT N°.
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PLATE No. 2 CHART SHOAVING ROAD MILEAGE, ETC.
P 33
A000
> OCTOBER 1927
70,000
65.000
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1919-20   .1920-21     W2I-22      W22-23    1923-24     1924-25   1925-26   1926-27
CHART   SHOWING  EOAD   MILEAGE,   NUMBER   OF   MOTOR-VEHICLES,   AND   EXPENDITURE   OUT   OF
CAPITAL   AND   REVENUE   FUNDS. P 34
PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 192(3-27.
STATEMENT OF ROCK AND GRAVEL USED DURING
CALENDAR YEAR 1926.
Electoral District.
Rock,
Cu. Ms.
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  	
Kamloops 	
Kaslo-Slocan—
Slocan Section 	
Kootenay Section	
Lillooet	
Mackenzie..
Nanaimo	
Nelson 	
New Westminster..
North Okanagan...
North Vancouver..
Omineca	
Prince Rupert	
Revelstoke 	
Richmond-Point Grey..
Rossland-Trail..
Salmon Arm	
Saanich 	
Similkameen..
Skeena..
South Okanagan..
Yale	
Totals..
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
3,500
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
7,600
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
6,493
mi
2,000
Nil
aso
500
200
1,160
100
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
f   11,705
j    10,155
Maintenance.
Maintenance.
Maintenance.
Construction
Construction
Maintenance.
Construction
Maintenance.
Construction
Maintenance.
Maintenance.
Construction
16,650
4,000
1,550
18,855
18,000
24,000
10,335
5,000
4,900
2,596
19,000
■3,-776
3,959
2,600
Nil
Nil
14,830
570
250
1,350
500
3,300
5,500
j" 2,385
\ 2,813
1,200
f 11,559
\ 7,791
f 6,000
\ 1,000
10,000
\ 32,000
) 148,000
iMaintenance..
Maintenance..
Maintenance..
Maintenance..
Maintenance-
Construction..
Construction..
Maintenance..
259,477
231,097
Construction....
Maintenance	
Reconstruction
Maintenance	
Maintenance....
Construction....
Maintenance....
Maintenance....
Construction....
(Maintenance..:.
Construction....
Maintenance....
Maintenance....
Maintenance	
Construction....
Maintenance.-.
Maintenance--.
Maintenance....
Maintenance..
Maintenance..
Maintenance..
Construction..
Maintenance..
Maintenance..
Maintenance..
Construction..
Maintenance-
Maintenance..
Maintenance-
Maintenance..
Maintenance..
Maintenance..
Construction..
Maintenance..
Construction..
Maintenance..
Construction..
Maintenance..
J Maintenance..
j Maintenance..
| Construction..
| Maintenance..
| Construction-
Day-labour.
Day-labour.
Day-labour.
Day-labour.
Day-labour.
Contract, 4,500 cu. yds.
construction; remainder, day-labour.
Day-labour.
Day-labour.
Day-labour.
Day-labour.
Day-labour.
Day-labour.
Day-labour.
Day-labour.
Day-labour.
Day-labour.
Day-labour.
Day-labour.
Day-labour.
Day-labour.
Day-labour.
Day-labour.
Day-labour.
Day-labour,
yds.
Day-labour.
Day-labour.
Day-labour.
Day-labour.
except 150 cu.
Day-labour.
Rock,   contract ;
day-labour.
Day-labour.
Day-labour.
Day-labour.
Day-labour.
gravel,
Day-labour.
Day-labour.
Day-labour.
Day-labour.
Day-labour.
Day-labour.
Day-labour.
Day-labour.
Day-labour.
Contract and day-labour.
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=- P 42
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1926-27.
LIST OF STAGE CERTIFICATES ISSUED AS AT OCTOBER 1st, 1927.
Name.
(MO U
Sk3
Address.
4*-h m
lEoute.
o 03 o
oSis
Co.
Co.
Co.
Co.
Allison,  H	
Akenhead, Clive	
Armstrong   Stage  &  Taxi
Co.
Ditto	
Arnott, Warwick 	
Ash, Ed	
Bamford, W. —	
B.C. Electric Ely. Co	
B.C. Electric Rly. Co	
B.C. Electric Ely. Co	
B.C. Electric Rly
B.C. Electric Rly
B.C. Electric Rly
B.C. Electric Ely
B.C. Eapid Transit Co,
B.C. Rapid Transit Co.
B.C. Rapid Transit Co.
B.C. Rapid Transit Co.
B.C. Eapid Transit Co.
B.C. Eapid Transit Co
B.C. Eapid Transit Co.
B.C. Eapid Transit Co
B.C. Eapid Transit Co
B.C. Eapid Transit Co,
B.C. Eapid Transit Co	
B.C. Rapid Transit Co.
B.C. Rapid Transit Co.
B.C. Rapid Transit Co.
B.C. Rapid Transit Co.
B.C. Eapid Transit Co.
Bigold, Jos	
Brewster Transport Co
Brown,  Endah  	
C. & C. Taxi Service 	
C. & C. Taxi Service 	
C. & C. Taxi Service 	
Clark, Chas. E	
Chapman,  D.,     Co.,  Ltd.
Compton, H. L	
Cooper, G. P.	
Cooper, Geo	
Cooper, T	
Devin, J. A	
Empress Taxi S. Co	
Empress Taxi S. Co	
Empress Taxi S. Co	
Empress Taxi S. Co	
Ganner, Wm.  II	
Giannini. V	
Gordon, C.	
9125
16-119
32-433
10-981
35-878
7232
16-211
Gorge Motor Bus Co., Ltd.
Gorge Motor Bus Co., Ltd.
Gorge Motor Bus Co., Ltd
Griffiths, John  	
Griffiths, John 	
Henderson, F. E	
Haultain Jitney Assn	
68-258
10-825
31-670
14-629
3761
3763
3764
34-682
42-159
50-067
39-480
8111
115
1357
4999
7829
9245
8018
16-218
39-030
17-676
337
336
8816
17-041
17-042
43-691
3300
870 Brett Ave	
421 Wallace St., Nanaimo..
Kamloops, Box 286.	
Kamloops, Box 286	
Martin St., Penticton..
50 Gillespie St.
425 Carral St.,
425 Carral St.,
425 Carral St.,
425 Carral St.,
425 Carral St.,
425 Carral St.,
425 Carral St.,
425 Carral St.,
425 Carral St.,
425 Carral St.,
425 Carral St.,
425 Carral St.,
425 Carral St.,
425 Carral St.,
425 Carral St.,
425 Carral St.,
425 Carral St.,
425 Carral St.,
425 Carral St.,
425 Carral St.,
425 Carral St.,
425 Carral St.,
425 Carral St.,
Powell River ...
Banff, Alberta
, Nanaimo....
Vancouver-
Vancouver..
Vancouver..
Vancouver..
Vancouver..
Vancouver-
Vancouver..
Vancouver-
Vancouver..
Vancouver..
Vancouver..
Vancouver..
Vancouver..
Vancouver..
Vancouver..
Vancouver..
Vancouver..
A^ancouver..
Vancouver..
Vancouver..
Vancouver..
Vancouver..
Vancouver..
Box 678,  Cranbrook	
906 Government St., Victoria
906 Government St., Victoria
906 Government St., Victoria
Slocan City 	
Kelowna	
Westview P.O., Powell River|
Box 403.   Eossland.... [
517 Culduthal Eoad, Saanich
3137 Harriet Road	
58 Tates St.. Victoria	
615 Government St., Victoria
615 Government St., Victoria
615 Government St., Victoria
615 Government St., Victoria
538 Prideaux St., Nanaimo..
Rossland Ave., Trail	
Business     address:     norne
Lake Garage. Home Lake
335 Gorge Road W., Victoria
335 Gorge Road W., Victoria
10
5
7
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
28
10
12
15
18
19
26
15
7
12
10
7
8
29
20
30
30
20
7
12
20
20
ird Ave., Kamloops       20
414 Haliburton St., Nanaimo
414 Haliburton St., Nanaimo
3rd Ave., Kamloops	
CH. W. Agnew), Victoria	
10
20
Quadra Street Jitney	
Nanaimo-Ladysmith  	
Tranquille-Kamloops-Merritt
Tranquille—Kamloops-Merritt
Penticton—Oliver   	
Quadra Street Jitney	
Nanaimo-Granley   	
University Line   	
University Line	
University Line 	
University Line 	
University Line	
University Line 	
University Line 	
Chilliwack-Hope   ..■	
Chilliwack—Hope   	
Vancouver—New Westminster
Vancouver—New Westminster
Vancouver—New Westminster
Vancouver-New Westminster
Vancouver-New Westminster
Vancouver—New Westminster
Vancouver—New Westminster
Vancouver-New Westminster
Vancouver-New Westminster
Hope—Chilliwack   	
Hope-Chilliwack	
Chilliwack—New Westminster
Chilliwack-New Westminster
Not issued yet 	
Powell River-Thunder Bay....
Banff— Lake Windermere—
Golden—Lake   Louise
Cranbrook-Kimberley  	
Victoria—Nanaimo   	
West Saanich	
Victoria—Saanich  	
Slocan-Nelson   	
Penticton-Kelowna  	
Powell River—Cranberry 	
Rossland-Trail 	
Saanich and vicinity 	
View Street-Harriet Road	
Victoria-Metchosin	
Victoria—Nanaimo  	
Victoria-Nanaimo   	
Victoria and vicinity 	
Victoria and vicinity 	
Nanaimo-Extension 	
Eossland-Trail	
Duncan-Cowichan Lake 	
View-Craigflower 	
View and Douglas to Craigflower Eoad on main highway
Ditto 	
Nanaimo locality 	
Nanaimo locality 	
Kamloops-Merritt  	
Yates and Douglas St. to cor.
Shelbourne and Haultain
257
12
225
258
93
49
8
53
54 -
55
56
57
58
59
98
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
74
37
84
41
261
263
264
13
50
27
248
131
243
36
230
231
149
146
81
23
144
17
16
11
142
143
10
241 LIST OF  STAGE CERTIFICATES  ISSUED.
P 43
LIST OF STAGE CERTIFICATES ISSUED AS AT OCTOBER 1st, 1927—Continued.
Name.
o
OJ
1- .c
MEJo
O    -Th
Sep
Address.
o/j
Route.
Z
-£ oi
01 et O
ZZY,
Haultain Jitney Assn.
Haultain Jitney Assn.
Haultain Jitney Assn.
Haultain Jitney Assn.
4127
5016
2478
3775
539
10-802
1345
50-744
20-504
28-476
73-484
73-485
38-417
1235
3270
14-647
38-997
38-490
34-800
40-244
11-667
9538
8505
4220
5083
5084
5082
9091
3523
34-904
27-313
21-790
4151
4152
4153
4155
4156
35-285
56-705
56-706
56-707
56-708
4004
17-787
7238
75-725
57-341
57-342
57-343
68-831
68-583
50-084
50-083
50-082
50-081
50-080
(N. P. McDonald), Victoria..
(W. T. Clarkson), Victoria..
(F. Thornett), Victoria
(F. S. Dyer), Victoria	
(Jas. Oxendale), Victoria
Columbia Ave., Rossland
It.M.D.  No.  1,  Colwood
325  3rd St. E., North  Vancouver
7
7
7
7
7
5
7
15
10
10
15
15
7
7
7
7
5
2
20
8
5
8
15
7
18
18
18
20
14
10
9
15
14
14
7
30
20
7
10
10
18
18
8
12
7
29
25
25
29
28
17
21
21
21
28
28
Yates and Douglas St. to cor.
Shelbourne and Haultain
Ditto                    	
240
239
238
237
242
Rossland-Trail 	
83
Victoria—Albert Head 	
Dollarton and Deep Cove
Chilliwack - Harrison   Hot
Springs
20
Hincks, Wills & Schultz....
51
39
7S
Pacific at 8th  St., Tacoma,
Wash.
Ditto	
214
sit Co.
Ditto
215
Quesnel-Prince George 	
202
Kirby  H
30
Kirby, A.
Victoria-Jordan  River 	
Duncan, Hillcrest, and Mayo..
29
Kyle, J. A.
92
Trail 	
246
203
80
145
192 Srd Ave., Kamloops	
758 Yates  St.,  Victoria	
758 Yates  St.,  Victoria
Kamloops—Tranquille	
99
Lillie, Geo. W.
151
Lillie   G. W
139
79
Snowdrop Ave., Garden City
Victoria
Ditto 	
Victoria-Royal Oak 	
Via Wilkinson Road 	
24
25
Via Wilkinson Road 	
26
Box 906, Victoria          	
Victoria-Marigold  	
147
46
Nelson—Salmo—Xmir   	
148
New Westminster—Ft. Langley
New Westminster—Langley
201
111
Motor Transport, Ltd.
Motor Transport, Ltd.
Motor Transport, Ltd.
Motor Transport, Ltd.
Naas, G  K
2606 Work St., Victoria
2606 Work St., Victoria
2606 Work St., Victoria
2606 Work St., Victoria
2606 Work St., Victoria
31
32
33
34
35
168
O'Hara, Soday & Bougler..
O'Hara, Soday & Bougler..
O'Hara, Soday & Bougler..
O'Hara, Soday & Bougler..
Parker, A. E.
5 Lonsdale Ave., North Vancouver
Ditto               	
North    Vancouver    to    West
Vancouver
Ditto   	
233
234
Cypress Park and Horseshoe
Bay
Ditto 	
235
236
1314 Broad St., Victoria
15
94
Pistell, H.
3260 Kutledge St., Victoria..
Everett, Wash., U.S.A	
Everett, Wash., U.S.A	
Everett, Wash., U.S.A	
Everett, Wash., U.S.A	
570 Dunsmuir St., Vancouver
570 Dunsmuir St., Vancouver
570 Dunsmuir St., Vancouver
570 Dunsmuir St., Vancouver
570 Dunsmuir St., Vancouver
570 Dunsmuir St., Vancouver
570 Dunsmuir St., Vancouver
244
Pacific N.T. Co.   .  ..
115
Pacific N.T. Co
108
Pacific N.T. Co.
109
Pacific N.T. Co.
110
Pacific Stage, Ltd	
C.P.R. Wharf to C.P.R.	
200
Pacific Stage, Ltd.
179
Pacific Stage, Ltd. .
180
Vancouver-Bellingham  	
Vaneouver-Caulfields   	
Vancouver-Caulfields   	
Vancouver-Bellingham 	
181
Pacific Stage, Ltd	
182
Pacific Stage, Ltd	
Pacific Stage, Ltd	
183
184 P 44
PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1926-27.
LIST OF STAGE CERTIFICATES ISSUED AS AT OCTOBER 1st. 1S27—Continued.
Name.
i-    c
l~   • oj
O      -"T
CEEfflP
Address.
'AZ
Route.
oj « o
Pacific Stage, Ltd.
Pacific Stage, Ltd.
Pacific Stage, Ltd.
Pacific Stage, Ltd.
Pacific Stage, Ltd.
Pacific Stage, Ltd.
Pacific Stage, Ltd.
Pacific Stage, Ltd.
Pacific Stage, Ltd.
Pacific Stage, Ltd.
Pacific Stage, Ltd.
Pacific Stage, Ltd.
Pacific Stage, Ltd.
Pacific Stage, Ltd.
Pacific Stage, Ltd	
Pacific Stage, Ltd.	
Pacific Stage, Ltd	
Pacific Stage, Ltd	
Rapid Transit Motor Co..
Rebagliati, Peter 	
Rebagliati, Alonzo J	
Revie, Donald 	
Revie, Donald 	
Ritchie, S. R	
Romailler,  L	
Rundquist, V	
Saanich  Municipality 	
Saanich  Municipality 	
Saanich  Municipality 	
Saanich  Municipality  	
Saanich Bus Co	
Saanich Bus Co	
Smith, C. C	
Smith, C. C  	
Stacey & Sangsten	
Stacey & Sangsten 	
Stafford, Mathew 	
Starling, E. R.	
Thain, H. S	
Trail Livery Co	
Trail Livery Co	
Turner, S	
Union Stage & Taxi Co...
Union Stage & Taxi Co...
Union Stage & Taxi Co-
Union Stage & Taxi Co |   16-941
Union Stage & Taxi Co-
Union Stage & Taxi Co-
University Taxi Co	
50-079
50-078
50-077
50-076
50-075
50-074
50-073
50-072
67-735
50-070
50-071
50-069
50-068
50-067
50-066
73-855
74-548
75-495
15-749
29-016
14-895
13-661
32-646
14-798
6741
6742
6743
9244
3542
3543
6173
8411
1807
5785
16-104
6733
5559
59-011
59-010
3339
16-946
16-947
17-611
University Taxi Co.
Walker, Robt.	
Wale, A. F	
Wale, A. F	
West   Vancouver   Municipality Ferries
Ditto 	
17-323
16-945
73-966
4696
5883
5882
55-730
55-732
570 Dunsmuir St., Vancouver
570 Dunsmuir St., Vancouver
570 Dunsmuir St., Vancouver
570 Dunsmuir St., Vancouver
570 Dunsmuir St., Vancouver
570 Dunsmuir St., Vancouver
570 Dunsmuir St., Vancouver
570 Dunsmuir St., Vancouver
570 Dunsmuir St., Vancouver
570 Dunsmuir St., Vancouver
570 Dunsmuir St., Vancouver
570 Dunsmuir St., Vancouver
570 Dunsmuir St., Vancouver
570 Dunsmuir St., Vancouver
570 Dunsmuir St., Vancouver
570 Dunsmuir St., Vancouver
570 Dunsmuir St., Vancouver
570 Dunsmuir St., Vancouver
South Wellington 	
Lytton	
Lytton 	
Box 533,  Cranbrook	
Box 533,  Cranbrook	
Campbell River	
Barnhartvale	
Box 283, Duncan	
Royal Oak	
Royal Oak	
Royal Oak 	
Royal Oak   _	
Ralph St.,  Saanich ]...
Ralph  St.,   Saanich	
Cordova Bay, R.M.D. No. 4..
Cordova Bay, R.M.D. No. 4..
Deep Cove, V.I	
Deep Cove, V.I	
155 Nicol St., Nanaimo	
Saanichton 	
634 Garbally Road, City	
Trail   	
Trail   	
Langford P.O	
Nanaimo  	
Nanaimo	
Nanaimo  	
Nanaimo  	
Nanaimo  	
Nanaimo  	
4223 13th Ave. W., Vancouver
Ditto 	
R.M.D. No. 4, Quadra St.,
Victoria
Langford Lake 	
Langford Lake 	
Box 63, Hollyburn, West
Vancouver
Ditto  	
21
21
26
26
26
20
14
22
28
22
14
12
16
25
25
29
20
20
10
7
20
20
20
20
15
15
7
18
10
10
20
7
7
7
10
7
19
14
19
14
16
28
7
9
9
40
40
White Rock	
White Rock	
Vancouver-Woodward's
Landing
Ditto	
Spare	
Spare	
Vancouver — Barret - Westminster
loco    	
Haney  	
Spare   	
Haney	
Vancouver — Woodward's
Landing
Spare	
Vancouver — Woodward's
Landing
Ladner-Boundary Bay	
Pacific Highway	
Pacific Highway 	
Pacific Highway 	
Nanaimo—Ladysmith 	
Lillooet-Lytton   	
Lillooet—Lytton   	
Cranbrook-Kimberley  	
Cranbrook-Kimberley  	
Courtenay-Campbell River ...
Kamloops-Barnhartvale 	
Dunean-Cowichan Lake 	
Victoria-Lake Hill 	
Victoria-Lake Hill 	
Victoria-Lake Hill 	
Victoria—Lake Hill 	
Victoria-Marigold  	
Victoria-Marigold	
Victoria—Cordova Bay 	
Victoria—Cordova Bay 	
Victoria-Deep Cove 	
Victoria-Deep Cove 	
Nanaimo—Local Mines	
Victoria-James  Island  	
Victoria—Cadboro Bay 	
Rossland — Trail — Columbia
Gardens
Ditto	
Victoria-Langford 	
Alberni—Nanaimo—Courtenay
Alberni-Nanaimo-Courtenay
Alberni-Nanaimo-Courtenay
Alberni-Nanaimo-Courtenay
Alberni-Nanaimo-Courtenay
Alberni-Nanaimo-Courtenay
Alma Road-Spanish Banks...
Alma Road-Spanish Banks..
Quadra Street	
Victoria-Langford	
Victoria-Langford 	
Wharf to West Bay, 3 miles
Wharf to West Bay, 3 miles
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
194
195
193
196
197
198
199
216
217
218
22
48
77
75
76
40
47
227
88
89
' 90
07
18
19
82
141
44
43
52
42
28
249
250
14
6
7
9
1
4
5
211
212
245
228
229
251
252 LIST OF STAGE CERTIFICATES ISSUED.
P 45
LIST OF STAGE CERTIFICATES ISSUED AS AT OCTOBER 1st, 1927—Continued.
Name.
>- .g
MOS
Sbp
Address.
BO'S     S
oijf
Ahh m
Route.
12 oi
To+J   .
ooo ei o
Tj.'ay,
West   Vancouver   Municipality Ferries
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Weitzel, J. A. E.
140
White, H. L	
R.M.D.     No.     3,     Bumside
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Williamson   J. C.
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Otter Point. V.I	
150
Woodruff   A   E.
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Stages carrying 1 to 10 passengers,
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CLASSIFICATION OP HIGHWAYS—Continued.
SUMMARY OP CLASSIFICATIONS FOR PERIOD OF JUNE 30th, 1926, TILL
OCTOBER 31st, 1927.
Primary
(Miles).
Secondary
(Miles).
Total (Miles).
1.00
27.23
1.98
1.14
12.23
1.53
2.14
39.46
3.51
Totals    	
30.21
14.90
45.11
In addition, the following changes are made :-
Changed from
Primary to Secondary
(Miles).
(Changed from
Secondary to Primary
(Miles).
City Municipalities	
District Municipalities
Village Municipalities
Totals   	
Nil
13.10
Nil
13.10
Nil
0.93
6.81 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. P 55
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
SALARIES AND EXPENSES.
VOTE 244—MINISTER'S OFFICE.
Salaries     $9,300.00
Expenses:
Office  437.2G
Travelling    2,046.18
VOTE 245—ADMINISTRATION. $11,783.44
Salaries     $50,341.14
Expenses:
Office   4,737.12
Travelling    :  6,020.74
$61,099.00
VOTE 246—MAINTENANCE OF PARLIAMENT BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS.
Salaries  $48,16482
Expenses:
Fuel, light, and water   16,447.61
Maintenance and repairs   12,588.35
Gardens and grounds  15,540.74
Janitors' supplies   2,002.76
Telephones     3,332.01
Taxes  363.96
Garage    1,611.42
Miscellaneous   78.35
$100,130.02
VOTE 247—MAINTENANCE OF GOVERNMENT HOUSE AND GROUNDS.
Salaries    $4,211.25
Expenses:
Fuel, water, and light   3,503.23
Repairs and maintenance   13,224.06
Gardens and grounds   9,218.68
Secretary's house-rent   337.50
Taxes     149.83
Miscellaneous   1,584.61
VOTE 248—DISTRICT ENGINEERS. $32,229.16
Salaries     $36,167.58
Expenses:
Office   7,408.38
Travelling  12,467.65
$56,043.61
VOTE 249—BOILER INSPECTION AND ELECTRICAL ENERGY INSPECTION.
Boiler inspection:
Salaries and expenses   $48,736.37
Less inspection and examination fees      46,849.57
  $1,886.80
Electrical energy inspection, salaries and expenses  7,662.26
VOTE 250. $9,549.06
Retiring allowance, H. H. Hobbis  $420.00 P 56
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1926-27.
ROADS, TRAILS, STREETS, BRIDGES, AND WHARVES, ETC.
(Vote 251.)
ROADS, TRAILS, AND STREETS.
Alberni District.
Road Reg. No.
1. Beaver Creek 	
2. Best  	
4a. Alberni (primary) 	
5a. Port Alberni (primary).
5b. Alberni   (secondary)  	
6. Batty  	
10. Central Lake 	
11. Cherry Creek 	
13. Coinpton   	
16. Cowley 	
18. Tofino-Ucluelet 	
20. Debeaux	
33. Holberg-Cape Scott 	
34. Kitsuksus  	
39b. Alberni (secomlary) 	
45. Milltown  	
47. McCoy Lake 	
50. Port Alberni 	
51. Quatsino  	
55. Somers 	
56. Sproat Lake 	
58. San Josef 	
65. Wrotnowski  	
71. Colony Lake 	
82. Home Lake 	
100. Canadian Highway 	
102. Biggs   	
107. Biological  	
109. Church 	
111. Departure Bay	
112. Dumont	
114. Dunns   	
117. Errington Cross 	
121. Grafton Avenue	
124. Lagoon-Goose Harbour ...
125. Coombs   	
128. Lagoon-Wellington	
129. Lowery	
Road Reg. No.
1. Atlin-Surprise .
4. Birch Creek 	
5. Boulder 	
8. Indian River ....
10. McKee Creek ...
13. O'Donnel River
17. Spence Creek ...
21. Volcanic Creek
$932.40
51.25
138.07
308.36
124.98
173.25
372.42
203.80
120.94
106.25
1,222.81
104.00
1,689.05
194.87
93.41.
163.89
84.12
520.08
156.00
69.86
256.49
454.99
59.25
59.50
68.50
4,169.27
157.00
55.25
107.50
104.25
116.50
52.00
173.00
249.75
300.35
115.25
1,472.95
76.50
Road Reg. No.
137. North-west Bay 	
140. Parksville Cross 	
141. Pyms	
142. Parksville Settlement 	
147. Jensen  	
148. Swayne   	
154. Turner 	
155. Temple 	
156. Island Highway       10,344.26
158. Hilliers  246.25
159. Wellington   	
160. Wright	
164. Bellevue	
165. Harlech  	
173. Sheely	
178. Pratt's 	
180. Winchester 	
183. BainbriElge   	
185. Coombs Station 	
205. Superior   	
221. Kaye 	
222. Qualicum Settlement 	
224. Palmer 	
228. Hirst	
Trail Reg. No.
66. Bamfleld   	
223. Sproat Lake-Long Beach ...
Camp eEjuipment 	
Plant and tools 	
Material 	
*SunElry roads 	
Supervision—
Assistant District Engineer       2,871.80
Office         1,541.48
Auto        1,017.66
$283.53
121.00
58.00
50.00
112.25
90.50
50.50
61.00
271.25
63.50
74.00
96.50
54.00
281.25
97.50
138.80
138.50
63.75
52.75
98.50
70.00
117.00
356.86,
IOS.00
5.00
13,279.97
1,162.58
1,449.05
Total     $49,683.85
Atlin District (North).
Trail Reg. No.
$273.00 32. Lewellyn Glacier	
79.25 149. Dixie Lake 	
196.25 150. Atlin-Telegraph Creek Mail..
620.00 Street Reg. No.
296.25 16. Atlin streets 	
427.00 Plant and tools 	
633.50 Material 	
351.75        * Sundry roads	
$150.00
51.00
200.00
357.75
137.10
1,253.12
47.25
* Units upon which less than $50 has been expended. Atlin District  (North)—Continued.
Supervision—
Salaries and expenses       $2,555.00
Office   4.60
Atlin District
Road Reg. No.
62. Aiyansh-Sand Lake       $1,108.75
Supervision—Continued.
Auto   	
63. Bear River 	
65. Grease Harbour-Cranberry..
66. Saltnon River 	
77. Glacier Creek   (north)	
102. Stewart-Hyder   	
103. Alice Arm Shore 	
138. Irene Meadow 	
    Kitsault River Diversion	
Trail Reg. No.
67. American  Creek  	
68. Aiyansh-Grease Harbour	
Aiyansh-Sand Lake 	
Bitter Creek 	
Bear—Nass   	
75. East Fork of Kitsault	
76. Esperanza 	
78. Glacier Creek (south) 	
80. Georgia River 	
81. Grease Harbour-Cranberry..
83. Illiance River	
84. Kitsault 	
85. Lime Creek 	
69.
70.
71.
1,967.36
323.44
674.00
140.00
2,101.50
957.20
325.00
455.50
425.00
157.50
194.00
242.50
507.50
292.65
84.50
60.00
62.50
90.00
269.00
3,245.30
154.00
$221.40
Total        $7,854.22
(South).
Trail Reg. No.
89. Marmot River 	
100. LaRose Mine 	
107. Climax	
119. East Creek 	
122. Bear River  (west side)	
125. Goose Creek	
126. Indian Mines 	
133. Roundy Creek   	
137. Vanguard	
Street Reg. No.
101. Stewart 	
145. Alice Arm 	
Camp equipment  	
Plant and tools	
Material 	
Sundry roaEls 	
Supervision—
Assistant District Engineer	
Office 	
Auto   	
$680.35
239.50
255.60
370.00
205.00
60.00
162.50
346.30
142.00
2,395.42
870.35
336.07
2,022.01
4,438.75
22.00
6,671.00
2,458.06
628.51
Total      $36,118.62
Atlin District  (Stikine).
Road Reg. No.
50. Glenora  	
51. Telegraph-Dease .
Street Reg. No.
61. Telegraph streets
Trail Reg. No.
52. Dease Lake	
    Glenora	
    Klappan 	
    Teslin 	
$300.00
1,003.45
1,087.00
778.25
100.00
198.00
196.00
Camp equipment 	
Plant anEl tools	
Material 	
Supervision—
Assistant District Engineer-
Office 	
$153.9S
1,505.24
65.42
240.50
35.64
Total      $5,663.4S
Summary.
Atlin  (North)    $7,854.22
Atlin  (South)    36,118.62
Atlin (Stikine)   5,663.48
Total     $49,636.32
Burnaby District.
Road Reg. No.
6b. Hastings-Barnet   $2,791.92
8a. Kingsway    3,775.62
14b. North   272.41
22b. Riverway     1,300.32
Supervision—
Assistant District Engineer
Office  :	
Auto	
Total
$237.55
71.40
64.92
S8.514.14
Units upon which less than $50 has been expended. P 58
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1926-27.
Road Reg. No.
Approaches,    Quesnel   River
1. Alexis Creek-Nazko	
4. Chilcotin Main	
5. Cariboo Main 	
6. Chilanko Forks-Chezacut	
7. Chilcotin-Meldrum Creek	
10. Hanceville-Christie's 	
16. Beaumont 	
19. 177-Mile-Beaver Lake 	
23. Soda Creek-Mud Lake	
27. Blackwater-Mud River	
28. Soda Creek-Deep Creek	
Fraser   	
Barkerville-Antler 	
Barkerville-Bear Lake 	
Barkerville Main  	
Bear Lake—InElian Point	
45. Dragon Lake (west) 	
46. Dragon Lake (east) 	
47. Salmon   	
51. Lavois   	
<53. Lowhee-Jack of Clubs	
55. Marguerite-Cuisson Lake	
58. Quesnel-Blackwater   	
59. Quesnel-Nazko   	
60. Quesnel-Little Lake	
63. Sisters Creek-Dragon Lake...
75. Sheep Creek-Moon's  	
32.
36.
37.
38.
40.
Cariboo Disti
ict  (CN
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93.
96.
97.
110.
122.
158.
159.
160.
163.
165.
203.
206.
215.
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d Reg. No.
$150.00
$3,774.94
83.75
4,239.08
500.00
Government Creek 	
Punchau   	
87.28
100.22'
6,921.56
50.00
345.15
138.00
Cotton's 	
150.00
50.00
64.75
218.05
50.00
Woodpecker-Fraser 	
Yardley 	
10-Mile Lake	
281.60
404.40
100.00
128.00
200.00
89.06
306.66
1,798.18
Bear River-Fraser River	
Ruchon Creek 	
Keithley-Barkerville 	
:et Reg. No.
Quesnel streets 	
ip equipment  	
100.00
50.00
150.15
253.85
675.41
320.16
4,893.74
100.00
73.24
1,758.87
50.00
erial 	
lies  	
ernment Buildings (Quesnel)..
dry roads  	
ervision—
1,000.95
52.00
1,578.87
239.50
300.00
300.00
204.65
50.00
250.35
2,576.45
746.02
787.65
850.88
50.00
fiice 	
uto	
Total 	
804.16
1,026.54
$39,574.12
Road Reg. No.
100.00
Cariboo District (South).
Road Reg. No.
3
Beaver Valley 	
$162.50
132. Fawn 	
$56.74
4.
Chilcotin Main 	
2,060.49
133. Forest Grove-Buffalo	
352.00
5.
Cariboo Main 	
4,898.19
139. 111-Mile-Horsefly 	
414.43
9.
154.00
141. Lone Butte-Bridge Lake	
445.00
12.
108-Mile-Harpers Camp 	
98.03
142. McKinley-Hamilton-Ogden ..
374.73
15
Harpers Camp Main   	
1,168.44
143. McKinlev-Lac la Haehe Stn.
341.24
18
Keithlev Main
3,749.15
154. Upper Dog Creek	
69.25
21.
Mission   	
169.24
157. Willowford-Buffalo  	
322.92
94
Knife Creek 	
221.25
1.S2. Springhouse-Forest Creek	
613.98
90,
212.24
183. Kellv Lake-Canoe Creek	
277.30
49
Harpers Camp-Horsefly Lake
Clinton-Williams Lake 	
1,064.93
184. Green Lake-Lone Butte	
305.00
7?
1,751.27
Street Reg. No.
90.
Likely-Cedar Creek 	
377.00
109. Williams Lake 	
1,566.65
98
89.37
582 57
100
100.00
Plant and tools	
3,219.64
944.20
104
Buffalo Lake-Canim Lake	
125.00
Material 	
105
1,619.12
Stable 	
886.15
116.
Big Creek-Robertson 	
348.00
♦Sundry roads 	
41.79
118.
Canoe Creek-Churn Creek	
1,261.40
Supervision—
T>1
Churn Creek-Hanceville 	
520.50
General Foreman 0	
1,960.35
457.73
126.
Deka Lake 	
53.24
Office 	
1°,9
Eagle Creek 	
821.94
Auto   	
613.69
130
300.00
131
Exeter—Canim Lake 	
507.11
Total 	
$35,767.77
* Units upon which less than
has been expended. STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
P 59
Summary.
Cariboo   (North)       $39,574.12
Cariboo  (South)        35,767.77
Total    $75,341.!
Chilliwack
Road Reg. No.
1. Provincial Highway      $3,505.88
2. Provincial Highway ....
.   3. Abbotsford Townsite ..
5. Provincial Highway ....
6. Huntingdon Townsite
7. Provincial Highway ....
8. Columbia Valley 	
9. Chilliwack River	
10. Provincial Highway ....
11. Provincial Highway ....
12. Sumas Mountain 	
1,053.15
83.10
4,172.69
931.55
2,599.68
895.01
821.38
1,859.54
1,986.87
217.31
District.
Road Reg. No.
12b. Abbotsford-Riverside	
13. Clayburn-Stratton 	
14. Provincial Highway 	
19b. Rosedale Ferry 	
Plant and tools	
Supervision—
Assistant District Engineer-
Office 	
Auto	
$1,329.84
126.00
7,709.84
80.71
1,833.06
1,064.35
478.47
233.45
Total     $30,981.88
Columbia
Road Reg. No.
1. Columbia River     $15,553.43
2. West Side 	
3. Golden-DonaUl   (lower).
4. Toby 	
5. Horsethief   	
6. Athalmer	
7. Campbell 	
8. Findlay Creek 	
9. Brisco	
10. Forster's Landing	
14. Mitchell 	
15. Mons	
19. Giant Mine 	
21. Red Rock 	
25. Paradise Mine 	
26. Toby Hill	
28. Toby Cut-off 	
34. Oberg and Johnson	
35. Kettleson	
36. Holmes and Deakin 	
37. Blaeberry School	
39. Hartley  	
40. Anderson 	
42. Golden-Donald (upper)
48. Boulder Creek 	
56. Moberly School 	
57. AElolph Johnson	
58. Sanborn 	
62. Madden  	
2,525.37
1,060.67
905.51
300.00
349.75
350.00
199.69
201.00
712.06
103.78
138.39
74.99
104.62
449.40
99.57
500.00
84.75
133.75
99.88
74.50
102.50
51.00
750.96
100.00
200.23
60.00
1,679.59
53.00
District.
Road Reg. No.
66. Spence 	
67. Dejordie   	
68. Ottason  	
70. McBeath   	
81. Forde Station	
84. Hawke 	
99. Wills	
100. Williamson 	
108. Berrey 	
255. Windermere Loop	
263. Faber 	
265. W. Scott Brown's 	
Street Reg. No.
   Golden streets 	
    Wilmer streets	
   Invermere streets 	
Trail Reg. No.
125. Horsethief   	
152. South Fork of Horsethief
Plant and tools 	
Material 	
♦Sundry roads	
Supervision—
Assistant District Engineer
Office 	
Auto   	
$75.00
99.62
149.25
50.00
150.50
50.00
886.12
149.99
147.43
149.93
74.38
154.00
2,198.45
127.02
329.85
150.00
129.00
2,234.24
703.11
702.68
2,741.75
1,699.58
1,378.15
Total     $41,679.69
Road Reg. No.
1. Albert Bay
2. Anderton ....
3. Back	
Comox District.
Road Reg. No.
$211.39 5. Burns 	
195.60              6a. Courtenay  (primary)
206.50 8. Comox 	
$71.30
733.55
1,915.04
* Units upon which less than
has been expended. P 60
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1926-27.
Comox District—Continued.
Road Reg. No.
9. Cumberland    $528.25
10. Headquarters   435.40
11. Royston   1,035.50
12. Bevan  490.79
13. Comox Lake   272.62
14. Lazo    '       54.50
18. Condensery   100.00
22. Curran   130.00
28. Ryan  158.00
33. Reef Point   78.00
35b. Cumberland (secondary)  .... 90.64
38. Seaford    490.75
39. Miller   101.55
43. Gorge Harbour   280.75
48a. Squirrel Cove   313.58
49. Campbell River   4,39.00
51. East   191.74
52. Lacon   500.17
54. Main (Denman)    172.31
54b. Comox (secondary, Sec. 14) 71.25
55. North   (central)     50.00
56. North (west)   315.35
58. Swan    50.00
60. Endall    563.83
61. Buttle Lake   98.00
62. Fraser    100.75
63a. Falls  161.75
64. Gainsberg   307.00
69. Hardy     320.50
71. Coal Harbour (Hardy Bay).. 1,022.23
76. Central     244.35
80. Osby   119.25
81. Phipps Point  79.25
82. St. John's Point  77.00
84. Strachan   62.00
93. Lake Trail  :  580.17
94. Power-house   144.25
96. Little River   299.90
100. Hodgins   91.24
105. Dove Creek  480.56
106. Howard's  184.50
107. Coleman  532.25
108. Kitty     99.50
111. Merville   305.98
113. Tsolum River  104.55
Road Reg. No.
119. Minto School 	
125. McKelvie 	
127. McDonald 	
131. Malcolm Is, and 	
140. Burdwood	
147. Graham 	
149. Birdwood Cove 	
150a. East 	
150b. Tell's   	
150c. School   	
160. Frenchman 	
161. Hern	
162. Sayward  	
168. Bold Point 	
183. Urquhart   	
185. Cape Miulge 	
187. Gowlland Harbour
188. Heriot Bay 	
189. Hyacinth Bay 	
191. West  	
194. Smith 	
196.
200.
203,
211.
  $97.72
  66.93
  85.50
504.82
  97.00
  88.50
  149.50
  99.03
  225.25
  74.48
  615.00
  241.75
  228.32
  72.59
  296.25
  345.75
  180.00
  563.25
  438.62
  410.12
  90.00
Island Highway   17,923.30
199.63
152.75
50.00
115.50
51.00
99.00
150.00
756.50
150.00
222.18
1,194.94
Plant and tools      11,509.91
Maurelle Island	
Marine Drive	
Corrigall  	
213. Thulin  	
219. Gadley 	
227. EElwards  	
228. Ibbotson   	
Trail Reg. No.
159. Dalrymple	
195. Gowlland Landing 	
Municipal streets (Courtenay)
Union Bay sidewalks 	
Material 	
Launch 	
♦Sundry roaEls  	
Stipervision—
Assistant District Engineer
Office 	
Auto	
1,003.24
263.10
1,061.39
1,829.22
1,150.17
416.45
Total     $58,730.80
Cowichan-Newcastle District.
Road Reg. No.
1. Adshead's  	
2a. Primary Highway 	
3a. Primary Highway 	
4b. Evans   (Cowiehan)    (secondary)   	
5. Beach 	
Road Reg. No.
$131.80 7. Beach   	
246.69   .        10. Bennie's-Yellow Point
1,321.16 19. Cavin 	
23. Cowiehan Lake 	
655.41 32. Departure Bay 	
50.00 34. Devine-McLay 	
$481.14
365.53
159.05
2,987.62
54.39
100.00
' Units upon which less than $50 has been expended. STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
P 61
COWICHji
Road Reg. No.
36. Duncan-Sahtlam   	
36b. Quamichan    Lake     (secondary)   	
iN-Ne\VCASTLE
$97.88
1,108.97
52.00
630.53
896.40
79.58
388.10
143.46
612.30
451.31
757.00
94.88
4,716.53
450.58
397.66
310.43
204.50
197.27
1,607.81
180.39
954.88
115.00
Cranbrook
$13,237.93
4,804.97
1,131.14
500.00
120.72
729.60
110.00
200.00
292.41
50.00
100.00
61.36
1,675.73
51.00
621.18
537.25
458.85
73.37
216.80
367.17
70.00
920.43
1,390.37
210.00
391.22
617.55
320.65
208.00
239.88
DlSTR]
Roa
106.
113.
121.
129.
132.
133.
135.
139.
140.
145.
147.
152.
168.
Plai
Mat
♦Sun
Sup
A
O
A
DlSTR
Roa
64.
72.
84.
87.
94.
97.
99.
105.
111.
113.
114.
116.
117.
163.
177.
191.
209.
211.
213.
226.
230.
245.
Stri
ct—Continued.
d Reg. No.
Quennell's 	
SEihtlam River 	
$380.05
347.55
South Wellington 	
Thomas	
Victoria-Campbell River
Vowel's   	
1,245.96
37. Deerholme Station 	
38. East Wellington 	
39. Extension  	
496.05
6,286.84
56.58
48. Cherry Point 	
Waterloo 	
1,427.55
Weigle's 	
70.00
55. Holden anEl Corse	
Westwood's	
Wilson .              	
176.65
111.53
61. Indian  	
62. Jingle Pot 	
Hinks 	
Russell	
Pritchard's 	
60.88
125.35
580.14
69. Nanaimo Lakes 	
it and tools 	
erial 	
5,350.41
359.44
73. Lockner's	
78. Maxey's 	
dry roads 	
ervision—
ssistant District Engineer
fflce 	
uto   	
Total 	
rcT.
d Reg. No.
Booth Creek 	
459.48
85. Michael and Doole's 	
87. Miller 	
95. Old Koksilah 	
2,151.02
711.09
764.72
96   Old School-house
98. Old Victoria	
103. Patricia 	
Road Reg. No.
1. Interprovincial Highway
$42,161.54
$326.00
Pighin   	
599.67
3. Mission  	
4. Cranbrook-Gold Creek 	
Kelley	
Cameron  	
McKenzie Mill 	
57.97
224.31
99.00
7. Cranbrook—Kingsmill 	
Bett's 	
Bulkot 	
StandarEl Mine	
204.05
8. Gold Creek Settlement 	
111.71
75.00
10. Haha Creek
206.75
Black Bear 	
223.25
12. Kootenay Orchards 	
13. Beuna Vista 	
Hill 	
Skookumchuek River	
Peter Bull 	
Kimberley Avenue 	
56.25
156.24
15. Kootenay	
16. Mission—Wasa  (lower)  	
159.25
50.00
18. St. Mary Lake	
DiamonEl Drill 	
156.23
19. Hanson-Campbell 	
20. Torrent  	
23. Clark  	
24. Perry Creek 	
Refuse 	
Heath	
Morrison Ranch 	
Kootenay Lake 	
51.00
400.00
441.50
194.75
25. Kimberley-Sullivan Mine 	
South Ward 	
125.00
27. Kimberley—North Star	
Meadowbrook School 	
293.13
29. Curzon-Kingsgate	
Cassimayook   	
:et Reg. No.
Kimberley streets 	
52.25
31. Eager Hill-Port Steele
36. Smith 	
1,654.87
39. Wartlner-Waldo  	
Moyie streets 	
185.00
44. McGintv   	
Slaterville streets 	
155.41
45. McPhee  	
59. Cranbrook—New Lake 	
Wardner streets 	
Yahk streets	
50.00
74.87
63. Kimberley-Morrison Ranch ..
St. Joseph Prairie streets
133.16
1 Units upon which less than $50 has been expended. Cranbrook District—Continued.
Street Reg. No.
227. Dennis Street  $200.00
Trail Reg. No.
61. Waldo-Gold Creek   63.15
166. Willenger Avenue-Kimberley 305.94
400. St. Mary (West Fork)   557.20
101. Whiteflsh  85.13
Plant and tools  3,625.54
Material   954.25
Garage 	
♦Sundry roads 	
Supervision—
General Foreman
Office 	
Auto   	
$4,515.01
356.56
2,357.20
1,054.86
752.91
Total     $51,051.95
33.
34.
36.
Road Reg. No.
1. Alice	
4. Arrowsmith   	
18. Boswell-Kuskanook 	
19. Boswell-LaFrance 	
25. Bunker Hill 	
26. California Mine	
28. Canyon City 	
29. Canyon-Port Hill 	
Columbia River	
Corn Creek 	
Crawford Bay-Gray Creek ....
37. Creston-Erickson 	
38. Creston-Goatfell 	
40. Creston-Kuskanook 	
41. Creston-Lister	
42. Creston-Summit 	
48. East Robson (north) 	
52. Eureka Mine 	
55. 4-Mile 	
56. Fruitvale-Columbia  Gardens
Fruitvale Subdivision 	
Granite Mill 	
Granite (upper) 	
Gray-LaFrance 	
70. Harrop-Procter 	
74. Hood   	
Knox   	
Lambert's 	
85. Lister Settlement	
91. Marsden's 	
58.
62.
63.
64.
78.
80.
Creston District.
Road Reg. No.
$149.25 95. Molly Gibson 	
100.00 99. McMurtie   	
163.55 100. Nelson-Balfour 	
157.42 101. Nelson-Castlegar  	
50.00 1.02. Nelson-U.S. Boundary
100.00 107. Procter Townsite 	
120.00 110. Queens Bay-Balfour ..
833.24 119. Salmo-Trail 	
399.74 121. Second Relief 	
120.00 122. Sheep Creek	
237.45 127. 6-Mile 	
451.90 128. Slocan River 	
3,557.73 132. Taylor 	
1,009.17 133. Trail-Pend d'Oreille ..
306.24 136. Waneta  	
190.00 142. Ymir Mine 	
541.15 144. Ymir-Wilcox 	
100.00 Trail Reg. No.
100.00 201. Anderson   	
172.75 218. Dewdney 	
176.12 241. LaFrance   	
55.36 Camp equipment 	
555.00 Plant and tools	
324.67        ♦Sundry roads 	
635.57 Supervision—
100.00 General Foreman	
75.00 Office  .	
150.00 Auto   	
116.00
125.00
$217.59
50.00
3,734.23
7,112.32
5,005.72
182.00
268.09
1,293.59
210.62
652.50
194.00
793.42
100.00
3,975.47
50.00
323.00
472.09
101.25
50.00
100.00
387.56
6,927.49
262.75
3,942.60
1,438.36
840.90
Total     $49,857.86
Delta District.
Road Reg. No.
2. Provincial Highway  $6,279.51
3. Provincial Highway  2,023.80
17b. Semiamo (secondary)   163.79
18b. Scott  (secondary)     5,941.48
23a. Provincial Highway   (primary)    ..,..  1,159.79
24a. Pacific Highway  (primary) 1,757.95
40b. Boundary Bay   (secondary) 486.08
    Survey, Ladner Flats   136.35
Road Reg. No.
    Bergstrom and Nicol
   State-Boothroyd 	
Material 	
Supervision—
General Foreman	
Office 	
Auto   	
$500.00
500.00
47.43
1,948.90
696.05
342.93
Total    $21,984.06
' Units upon which less than $50 has been expended. Road Reg. No.
1. Athey 	
4. Clarke (Port Moody)  	
5. Dale 	
6. Davis 	
7a. Dewdney  Trunk   (Port
Moody)    	
7b. Dewdney Trunk (Sec. 1) ....
7c. Dewdney Trunk (Sec. 2) ....
7d. Dewdney Trunk (Sec. 3) ....
7e. Dewdney Trunk (Sec. 4)
(Pitt Meadows) 	
7f. Dewdney Trunk (Sec. 5)
(Maple Ridge) 	
7g. Dewdney Trunk (Sec. 6) ....
7h. Dewdney Trunk (Sec. 7) ....
7i. Dewdney Trunk (Sec. 8) ....
7j. Dewdney Trunk (Sec. 9) ....
7m. Washington State Road	
11. Farms   	
13. Pickles-Hawkins	
15. Hyde and Buker	
16. loco  (Port Moody)  	
17. Ioco-Sunnyside 	
Road Reg. No.
1. Albert Head 	
3. Atkins  	
6. Admiral's   	
10. Battersby  	
15. Belmont	
16. Bennett, Jas	
17. Bennett, John 	
23. Brown's 	
26. Cameron-Taggert
27. Chapman (new) ..
28. Chapman (old) ....
32. Colwood 	
33. Church   	
34. Coleman   	
35. Craigflower	
38. Deacon's  	
39. Deloume   	
42. Duke's  	
44. Dutnall's 	
47. East Sooke 	
48. Elliott's 	
50. Finlayson  	
56. Glinz 	
57. Glen Lake 	
58. Grant's	
60. Goldstream 	
66, Gillespie  	
68. Halhead   	
69. Happy Valley 	
Dewdney
District.
Road Reg. No.
$50.00
21.
Knowles   	
$294.38
269.75
30.
Nicomen Island Trunk 	
946.38
213.00
32.
North Deroche	
99.75
410.20
33.
North Nicomen 	
100.00
35.
Rennie 	
107.00
498.59
36.
River (south)   ...
100.00
505.13
37.
Rowen	
50.00
1,938.75
38.
Sal vaster	
1,726.79
1,000.70
40.
Shook 	
97.21
41.
Stave Lake 	
1,138.00
1,004.15
47.
Upper Pitt 	
148.00
48.
loco Townsite 	
268.46
480.53
71.
Ontario Street-River Road...
3,192.05
3,025.23
	
McKinnon 	
400.00
1,038.91
867.26
Plant and tools 	
14,763.91
Material 	
1,319.86
275.00
♦Sundry roads 	
351.51
597.12
Supervision—
1,538.74
District Engineer	
2,257.85
196.25
Office 	
892.96
215.75
Auto   	
302.83
440.50
606.30
Total 	
$43,722.80
Esquimalt
District.
Road Reg. No.
$151.26
70.
Hart 	
$85.00
222.48
73.
Helmcken   .'	
91.00
164.13
76.
Island Highway 	
5,692.64
50.00
77.
Island 	
101.63
195.25
79.
1,864.48
95 00
82
131.00
163.00
83.
King's	
50.00
98.00
84.
Koksilah-Riverside   	
119.50
207.75
86.
Lafortune 	
50.00
162.50
87.
Lagoon 	
90.00
50.00
90.
Latoria	
316.13
443.46
91.
Lakeside 	
236.25
112.02
95.
Lighthouse  	
63.01
110.50
96.
Manley  	
65.00
174.35
97.
Maple Avenue 	
140.38
100.00
98.
McKenzie-Luxton 	
80.19
131.75
99.
Metchosin 	
378.09
70.50
100.
Metchosin Cross 	
220.00
50.00
101.
Millstream  	
314.47
733.37
102.
Millstream Lake 	
425.87
50.00
107.
Mill   	
80.00
235.50
109.
Mount View 	
38.00
90.45
110.
111.
Mount Baker 	
220.25
54.13
Muir Avenue 	
270.07
231.50
112.
Munn's 	
250.00
162.00
116.
Otter Point    	
603.85
466.25
117.
Old Trunk	
1,497.19
170.25
120.
121.
Parkland's   	
50.00
812.75
Parry 	
95.00
* Units upon which less than $50 has been expended. P 64
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1926-27.
Esquimalt
Road Reg. No.
126. Phillips   $99.
127. Pike Lake   90.
129. Parkinson's  837.
130. Quarantine   168.
132. Rocky Point   533.
133. Ross-Durrance    423.
136. San Juan (west)    303.
139. Shirley    117.
140. Sheppard  75.
141. Shawnigan-Mill Bay Cross.... 321.
145. Sawyer     101.
147. Sooke   2,579.
148. Sooke River   212.
149. Station !  219.
150. Summit   330.
154. Taylor    50.
155. Telegraph   106.
156. Thain   76
157. Thetis Lake   293.
160. Whitty-Tappen   50.
163.
166.
174.
175.
177.
178.
District—Continued.
Road Reg. No.
162. Whiffen Spit ...
Whisky Point ...
Wilson 	
Young's Lake ...
Florence Lake .
Frayne's  	
Meredith's 	
Trail Reg. No.
209. Week's 	
210-212. Clo-oose ....
Plant and tools	
Material 	
Launch 	
♦Sundry roaEls  	
Supervision—
General Foreman
Office 	
Auto   	
13
00
11
37
74
50
74
.73
00
.75
46
.50
21
.63
40
.00
,00
.26
34
00
$275.38
60.08
51.00
70.00
141.00
485.38
288.31
94.75
528.03
i,385.70
!,348.63
90.89
L.434.96
!,368.75
L,711.28
467.08
Total     $42,167.24
Fernie
Road Reg. No.
1. Intel-provincial Highway   $14,420.83
Wardner-Gateway   884.33
Elko-Roosville  1,500.75
Elk Valley  2,000.73
Blue River (south)    100.00
Elko-WalElo    200.00
Fernie-Lizard Creek   251.04  •
Fernie-Coal Creek   500.00
Gateway Ferry   100.00
Flathead Valley   159.25
Fort Steele-Wildhorse  225.00
Roosville-Flagstone   50.00
Lewis Creek   302.00
47. McDougall's  100.00
48. Mouse Creek   50.92
McBain's Lake   100.00
Fernie   Cemetery  200.00
Hampton's   50.00
Elmer  84.06
2.
3.
4.
6.
10.
12.
13.
18.
19.
31.
32.
34.
51.
55.
70.
78.
District.
Road Reg. No.
79. McMillan's  	
80. Land Settlement 	
81. Wasa Lake	
93. Kootenay-Columbia 	
94. Kootenay Bridge	
101. Taylor Mill	
117. Olson's 	
Street Reg. No.
   West Fernie 	
Camp equipment 	
Plant and tools	
Material 	
♦Sundry roads	
Supervision—
Assistant District Engineer
Office 	
Auto   	
$189.57
100.00
75.50
3,264.86
1,618.63
193.63
75.50
182.75
91.05
5,483.55
3.10
387.01
2,735.60
1,590.53
511.72
Total     $37,781.91
Road Reg. No.
1. Aleza Lake-Newlands ....
9. Chilako  	
12. Dewey  	
15. Wright Creek	
17. Dunster-Rausch Valley ..
23. Fort George-Blacksmith
24. Fort George-Chief Lake
25. Cariboo  	
26. Fort George-Hazelton ....
'27. Fort George-Giscome	
Fort George District.
Road Reg. No.
28. Fort George-Isle Pierre       $1,981.27
$375.82
62.95 30. Foreman 	
1,184.90 35. Giscome Station (south) .
388.75 40. Red Rock-Fraser Canyon .
993.42 50. McBride-Cariboo  	
688.43 51. McBride (east) 	
5,648.45 52. Nichol-Isle Pierre	
7,197.08 53. McBride-Dunster 	
3,820.41 54. Mud River Valley (south).
2,831.31 59. Red Rock 	
243.50
167.81
120.49
666.01
232.95
98.48
3,612.30
552.74
52.50
* Units upon which less than" $50 has been expended. STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
P 65
Road Reg. No.
60. Buckhorn Lake 	
Fort George Dj
          $252.75
strict—Continued.
Road Reg. No.
191. Willow River-Shelley 	
194. Evasko 	
195. Young	
196. Lowery    	
$733.11
106.86
306.48
58.12
69. Ellis  	
73. Willow  River-Giscome
age 	
           247.33
Port-
           212.80
           375.49
          388.18
          399.36
74. Willow River 	
83. Bevier  	
90. Mirch Lake	
198. Shell Lake 	
262. Jenks  	
263. Courvale 	
Trail Reg. No.
508. Clearwater 	
302.86
50.00
200.61
201.49
97. Cans 	
102. Dale  	
          313.50
            98.87
           944.49
104. Shellev (south) 	
1,112.68
8,674.29
110. Williams 	
             64.50
           659.95
          300.68
           112.50
Plant and tools	
111. Mount Robson 	
Material	
2,901.67
120. Croydon (east)  	
123. NewlanEls   (north)  	
Stable 	
♦SunElry roaEls	
Supervision—
1,155.64
111.72
135. Shellev (east) 	
          383.75
153. McBride  (south)  	
          106.24
2,340.37
CL425.56
1,131.40
173. Garrett   	
184. Hartley Flats-Shelley
185   Davies
55.50
           149.47
210.00
           41937
Office 	
Auto   	
Total 	
(Peace River Section).
Road Reg. No.
78. HueIsoii Hope-Grande Prairie
82. Hudson Hope-Red River
178. Sunset 	
179. Tate Creek
190. Weiler  	
$58,427.16
$164.49
182.00
955.49
52.50
50.62
150.00
78 05
Fort George District
Road Reg. No.
3. R.A.               $150.00
7.  R.A	
           457.49
11.  R.A	
          695.87
16. R.A	
          125.63
18. R.A	
82.00
189. Fort St. John-North Pine
261. Charlie Lake
19. R.A	
           153.11
21. R.A	
22. R.A	
            70.75
            551.09
Trail Reg. No.
505. Fort St. John-Red River
24. R.A ,	
459.04
437.88
25. R.A	
          311.86
Plant and tools 	
Material 	
Stable 	
♦Sundry roads	
Supervision—
438.13
26. R.A	
            95.61
351.49
27. R.A	
           210.00
338.00
29. R.A	
              60.00
69.55
30. R.A	
133.18
38. R.A	
           247.50
2,639.45
50. R.A	
605.30
Office 	
Auto  	
Total 	
142.73
74. R.A	
             79.37
849.73
76. Rolla-Fort St. John
77. Grande Prairie 	
832.30
           561.35
$12,781.62
Summary.
Port George    $58,427.16
Peace River Section      12,781.62
Road Reg. No.
1. Anaconda, No. 7 	
2. Anaconda-Wellington  .
4. Bear Creek-Pass Creek
5. Beaver Creek 	
Total   $71,208.78
Grand Forks-Greenwood District.
Road Reg. No.
$287.00 6. Beaverdell Station 	
50.00 8. Boundary Creek 	
604.00 9. Bridesville-Molson 	
96.15 10. Camp McKinney-Rock Creek
$58.00
325.00
88.00
122.50
♦ Units upon which less than $50 has been expended. P 66
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1926-27.
Grand Fork
Road Reg. No.
11. Camp McKinney-McLean's....
13. Caron 	
14. Cascade-Fife 	
15. Cascade-Laurier 	
16. Cascade-Paulson   	
18. Christina Lake-Rossland 	
19. Christina Lake (west)  	
20. Deadwood 	
21. Deep Creek	
22. Eholt-Moore 	
22a. Grand Forks (primary) 	
23. Eholt-North Fork	
24. Eholt-Summit 	
25. English Cove-Head of Lake..
26. Fife-Christina Lake 	
28. Fish Lake 	
30. Grand Forks-Carson (north)
31. Grand Forks-Carson (south)
32. Grand Forks-Cascade
(north)   	
33. Grand Forks-Cascade
(south)    	
35. Grand Forks-Franklin 	
36. Grand   Forks-Hardy   Moun
tain 	
37. Grand Forks-Pass Creek 	
38. Grand Forks-Summit 	
39. Greenwood-Eholt 	
40. Greenwood-Midway 	
41. Greenwood-Phoenix 	
43. Hartley-Phoenix 	
44. Ingram Mountain 	
47. Kerr Creek 	
Road Reg. No.
4. Beacon Avenue
5. Bazan Bay 	
6. Birch  	
7. Breed's Cross ....
8. Centre  	
10. Chalet  	
11. West  Saanich  ..
13. Downey 	
14. East Saanich ....
15. Horth Cross 	
17. Mount Newton
19. Marine Drive ....
21. School Cross ......
22. West Saanich ....
26. Beaufort 	
30. Queen's Avenue
33. Second Street ..
34. Third Street 	
36. Fifth Street 	
s-Greenwood
$87.50
150.00
183.25
86.00
1,129.75
1,998.25
1,600.92
100.00
100.00
50.00
719.64
50.00
290.75
200.00
58.00
118.00
122.00
398.75
2,349.25
147.00
1,761.50
237.50
646.50
1,228.50
728.75
1,431.50
150.00
50.00
148.25
300.00
Islands
$144.56
66.50
463.27
372.96
438.00
69.25
101.50
164.39
257.62
213.33
480.00
587.56
377.45
1,073.26
65.13
276.80
451.33
434.70
145.00
District—Continued.
Road Reg. No.
48. Kettle River (east) 	
$100.00
49. Kettle Creek (main) 	
1,599.00
50. Kettle River  (west)   	
380.07
52. Long Lake—Jewel Mine 	
100.00
53. Lynn Creek 	
114.50
54. McCarren Creek 	
350.00
55. Meyers Creek 	
323.59
56. Midway-Rock Creek 	
1.366.37
57. Mill Creek-Grand Forks 	
338.50
58. Moody Creek-Grand Forks....
110.50
61. Nicholson Creek 	
415.50
63. Norway Mountain-Paulson....
179.00
67. Pass Creek-Rock Candy 	
68.00
69. Rock Creek-Myncaster 	
323.65
70. Rock Creek-Bridesville 	
1,302.25
71. Rock Mountain-Myncaster ..
1,383.50
72. Rock Mountain-Bridesville ..
199.00
73. Rock Mountain 	
250.00
75. Summit-Phoenix 	
58.50
76. Sutherland Creek-Fife 	
580.00
77. Sub-lot 519 	
50.00
78. Sub-lot 500 	
50.00
SO. Sub-lot 151 	
50.00
Camp equipment	
32.05
Plant and tools 	
9,182.17
Material 	
659.58
♦Siuulry roads  	
236.50
Supervision—
General Foreman 	
4,648.85
Office        	
1,591.97
Auto       	
2,478.56
Total     $46,773.82
District.
Road Reg. No.
39. Central	
41. Eastholm's  	
42. East  	
45. Main 	
48. School Cross	
Silva Law	
Taylor  	
Burrill  '..
Cook's	
57. Main (north end)
58. Main (south end)
59. Morgan's 	
60. McLure's 	
6,3. David's   	
Gallagher's 	
Horton Bay 	
Main	
Point Comfort 	
Corbett's 	
50.
51.
52.
54.
68.
70.
71.
72.
78.
$321.
53
324
618.
68.
132.
66
96
91
1,074
200
50
50.
52
' 86.
154
305
196
75
11
00
60
.71
.00
18
25
25
.50
.76
.83
.00
00
.00
.50
.00
.00
.87
.00
: Units upon which less than $50 has been expended. STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
P 67
Islands District—Continued.
Road Reg. No.
Road Reg. No.
80. Hope Bay-Wallace Point ..
$312.90
138.
Rainbow  	
$438.08
81. Hooson's   C	
75.00
142.
143.
145.
148.
Rosman's 	
Scott's	
66.00
86.16
98.00
113.75
82. James Point .
50.00
83. Otter Point 	
100.90
Smith's, No. 2 	
Toynbee 	
84. Otter Division	
75.00
85. Port Washington	
87. Razor Point 	
252.75
149.
Tripp's 	
98.65
135.55
151.
152.
Vesuvius  	
AValker's Hook	
116.17
195.00
90. Boulder 	
148.50
92. Main 	
56.45
157.
Swartz Bay 	
213.01
93. Spalding's 	
95.75
161.
Bluff 	
50.00
94. Deep Bay 	
296.63
163.
Village Bav 	
150.00
95. Page Point 	
200.12
167.
Clam Bay 	
92.50
96. Lyall Harbour 	
354.17
169.
Hereford Avenue	
86.16
97. Andrews   	
50.00
170.
176.
Isabella Point 	
Lyall Harbour 	
191.25
150.00
100. Nixon's   	
50.00
102. Thetis Main 	
249.50
193.
Yarrow	
52.62
106. Beddis 	
227.39
195.
Barrett   	
250.00
107. Beaver Point 	
861.97
199.
Enke  (Higgs)  	
50.00
110. Burgovne   	
530.58
205. Churchill	
146.17
3,436.15
111. Baker's (Canal)  	
1.12. Collins-Crofton   (Canal)
113. Cranberry 	
86 17
23912
Material 	
760.50
756.05
Launch 	
896.02
116. Divide  	
2,221.40
♦Sundry roaEls	
486.03
121. Ganges   (upper)   	
344.93
Sunervision—
473.06
G
enernl Foreman 	
2,686.30
124. Hill and Brantford's 	
185.00
Office 	
2,069.78
132. Mahon-Mansell 	
134.82
Auto   	
417.49
133. McFadden 	
50.00
135. North End	
766.00
Total 	
District.
$32,974.67
Kamloops
Road Reg. No.
Road Reg. No.
1. Adams Lake 	
...    $1,198.00
35.
HuElson Bav MeaElow 	
$100.00
2. Armour  	
75.00
36.
Jackson 	
50.00
6. Barriere River	
632.75
38.
Kamloops-Chase 	
443.30
100.00
40.
2,304.5S
9. Beaton-Fish Lake 	
200.00
41.
Kamloops-Savona 	
1,436.38
10. Birch IslanEl-Lost Creek ....
100.00
43.
Kamloops-Tranquille 	
1,275.11
11. Boukler Mountain	
400.00
45.
Lac du Bois 	
75.00
12. Bulman-Fraser-Palmer   ....
100.00
47.
Little Fort-Horse Lake 	
193.87
13. Cache Creek-Deadman's ....
350.00
48.
Long Lake  	
300.00
17. Coal Creek 	
150.00
49.
Louis Creek 	
1,112.50
20. Copper Creek 	
774.95
50.
Mamette Lake 	
100.00
21. Clearwater 	
693.37
52.
North Thompson  (east side)
3,227.95
23. Deadman's  Creek and
53.
North Thompson (west side)
3,995.15
branches 	
350.00
55.
57.
58.
Patterson-Betts   	
Reserve Creek 	
Rose Hill (new) 	
100.00
794.59
268.25
24. Edith Lake 	
200.00
25. Fadear Creek	
50.00
27. General roads, Walhachin
59.
Rose Hill (old) 	
259.00
Division  	
127.87
60.
Savomi-Cache Creek 	
1.090.58
28. Goose Lake     	
50.00
61.
63.
64.
Sullivan Vallev 	
271.00
100.00
50.00
29. Guichon Creek 	
150.00
168.50
Sullivan Valley-Vinsulla
30. Harpers Camp	
31. Heffley Station	
50.00
65.
Tranquille-Criss   Creek
32. Highland Valley 	
280.00
(Deadman) 	
2,319.10
Units upon which less than $50 has been expended. Kamloops District—Continued.
Road Reg. No.
69. Swanton   	
Trail Reg. No.
106. Raft River ..
Camp equipment
Plant and tools ..
Material 	
Stable 	
$209.25
100.00
652.85
8,815.12
2,603.08
2,997.05
Garage    $4,674.42
♦Sundry roads  10.00
Supervision—
General Foreman  2,224.45
Office   917.88
Total     $49,270.90
Kaslo-Slocan District (Kaslo).
Road Reg. No.
1. Ainsworth   (north)   	
2. Ainsworth   (south)   	
8. Argenta  	
40. Canning 	
42. Carson 	
49. Crawford Bay-Grey Creek ....
50. Crawford Creek 	
96. Ferguson 	
106. Gardner   	
115. Hamill Creek 	
123. Houston	
124. Howser-Argenta 	
125. Howser  Station  	
126. Howser Lake  (east)   	
145. Kaslo-New Denver	
146. Kaslo Addition streets 	
147. Kaslo Creek (South Fork)...
148. Kaslo  (north)  	
149. Kaslo  (south)  	
151. Kohle 	
163. Lynchville 	
186. Nelson-Kaslo 	
211. Peter   	
253. Summit  	
255. Smith 	
$301.09
193.98
120.71
108.26
157.50
501.95
552.77
1,430.65
52.50
53.25
124.74
615.91
187.87
526.72
1,463.12
73.42
1,470.48
1,006.20
202.36
101.25
850.85
4,691.55
50.00
223.64
76.35
Road Reg. No.
270. Trout Lake	
281. Utica   	
290. Wadd's   	
299. Whitewater   	
Trail Reg. No.
525. Gainor Creek 	
Hall Creek 	
Johnson's-Mclntyre
Jenkins   	
550.
581.
582.
594. Lardeau River (North Fork)
596.
696.
704.
741.
747.
749.
Lardeau River  (west)  	
Silver Cup	
Spring Creek 	
Walker's     	
Winslow   	
Woodbury Creek   (North
Fork) .....'.	
Plant and tools	
Sundry roads and trails 	
Supervision—
General Foreman 	
Office 	
$1,022.50
199.20
100.00
63.92
54.50
161.83
168.65
99.50
109.37
374.86
99.37
64.00
50.63
114.37
116.25
1,044.80
939.87
2,322.35
850.45
Total     $23,093.54
Kaslo-Slocan District (Slocan).
Road Reg. No.
4. Alexander Avenue 	
10. Arrow Park	
11. Arrow Park (north) 	
12. Arrow Park-Graham's Land
ing 	
23. Beaver Creek  	
32. Brooks 	
33. Brouse	
35. Buxton 	
41. Cariboo Creek	
43. Cedar Creek  	
45. Clark  	
47. Columbia River	
51. Crescent Bay	
63. Deer Creek	
67. Dog Creek 	
$63.50
78.
177.89
79.
424.15
80.
85.
506.33
07.
115.39
99.
84.05
105.
84.04
107.
611.61
140.
226.88
146.
111.33
161.
74.25
170.
5,005.49
180.
171.36
183.
53.50
189.
99.40
190.
Road Reg. No.
78. Edgewood Cemetery	
79. Edgewood Town 	
EdgewooEl-Vernon   	
EdgewooEl-Needles 	
Ferret   	
4-Mile Creek	
Galena Farm 	
Glenbank	
Jordan 	
Kaslo-New Denver	
Little Slocan River	
McCormack	
Nakusp-Box Lake 	
Needles-Fire Valley	
New Denver-Rosebery
New Denver-Silverton
$114.01
140.81
2,014.12
907.57
143.82
1,285.79
178.75
305.71
100.00
2,217.01
385.00
139.05
428.28
235.78
1,316.42
1,268.24
♦ Units upon which less than $50 has been expended. STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
P 69
Kaslo-Slocan District (Slocan)—Continued.
Road Reg. No.
193. Noonday   ,	
194. North Fork of Carpenter
Creek 	
208. Passmore  (upper)  	
221. Queen Bess 	
226. Red Mountain 	
228. Renata Town 	
231. Robinson 	
232. Ruth	
240. Sandon-Cody 	
241. Sandon-Three Forks 	
242. Sandon Town and Flume .
244. Shakespeare 	
246. Silverton Town 	
247. Slocan City-Silverton 	
248. Slocan River (east side)  .
249. Slocan River (west side) .
251. Springer Creek 	
252. Standard 	
254. Surina 	
267. 10-Mile Creek	
285. Van Roi 	
294. West Demars (south) 	
297. Whatshan Lake	
$196.00
250.00
237.51
237.13
697.42
52.10
190.65
156.00
154.90
1,294.01
4,465.13
73.09
548.49
381.14
2,464.00
2,809.97
439.25
368.91
62.00
757.65
54.08
249.08
289.94
710.
7P.T
Trail Reg. No.
514. 4-Mile Creek	
516. Freddy Lea	
531. Goat Canyon 	
597. Lemon 	
633. Monarch  	
640. Mountain Con 	
678. Richmond-Eureka  	
709. Sunshine 	
Sunset  	
Victor Group 	
751. Wonderful	
Street Reg. No.
182. Nilkusp streets 	
191. New Denver streets and
river-bank  	
Plant and tools	
Stable 	
Sundry roads and trails 	
Supervision—
General Foreman	
Office 	
Total    $48,644.96
$225.50
124.00
70.00
88.50
78.00
84.00
76.00
148.00
81.00
85.00
86.50
2,536.65
1,547.89
2,492.41
45.48
912.58
2,798.58
1,746.89
Summary.
Kaslo-Slocan   (Kaslo)       $23,093.54
Kaslo-Slocan   (Slocan)        48,644.96
Total C    $71,738.50
Lillooet District.
Road Reg. No.
1. Cariboo Main 	
2. Clinton streets	
3. Clinton Station 	
4. Scottie Creek 	
5. Bonaparte Valley 	
31. Hat Creek  (Marble Canyon)
32. Upper Hat Creek 	
51. Mound 	
52. Mound-Loon Lake 	
54. Bonaparte  Forks  	
55. North Bonaparte	
56. North  Bonaparte via  Green
Lake  	
57. South Bonaparte 	
58. 83-Mile House-Green Lake..-
59. Watch Lake 	
60. Waych Lake-Lone Butte 	
71. Criss Creek Valley	
73. Dowse   	
81. Clinton-Springhouse   ;....
82. Big Bar Lake	
$1,994.98
50.00
66.00
95.00
111.25
2,155.59
451.50
673.SS
100.00
300.00
230.37
501.07
314.50
107.25
50.00
626.50
50.00
50.00
249.94
50.81
Road Reg. No.
91. Lillooet-Clinton	
92. Fountain	
94. Kelly Lake-Canoe Creek
95. Woods Box-High Bar ....
96. Big Bar 	
97. Big Bar-McNeill's 	
98. Big Bar-Grinder-Kostering's
99. Big Bar Ferry 	
100. Big Bar Mountain	
101. Big   Bar   Mountain    (Crowe
Bar)   	
102. Big Bar-Empire Valley 	
108. Lillooet-Lytton 	
111. Lillooet-Seton Lake 	
113. Lillooet Station	
114. Jones-Dickey 	
115. Cayoosh Creek	
116. North Fork	
118. Bridge River 	
121. Seton Portage-Shalalth 	
201. Cariboo   (old)   	
$1,994.07
139.35
732.05
87.25
50.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
53.84
100.00
1,541.45
371.00
50.00
605.14
50.00
700.25
1,132.15
102.54
60.50
Units upon which less than $50 has been expended. P 70
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1926-27.
Lillooet District—Continued.
Road Reg. No.
Road Reg. No.
203. Lineman  	
$100.00
437. Saginaw	
$235.52
204. Pemberton Meadows 	
2,979.93
441. Archibald   	
100.00
205. Portage  (Pemberton)  	
717.65
442. Judd 	
85.00
206. Station	
408.77
446. Garibaldi	
113.88
207. Squamish  (Pemberton)   .
356.90
453. Brooks 	
75.75
241. Judd 	
100.00
454. Duncan   	
60.00
242. Lorimer 	
100.00
455. Crane 	
160.50
456. Halfmoon Bay-Secret Cove....
112.00
244. Pemberton Avenue 	
61.00
Street Reg. No.
245. Squamish Valley	
2,507.57
112. Lillooet streets 	
445.05
281. Gibson-Sechelt   	
1,523.24
252. Winnipeg Street 	
512.62
287. Kayines  	
100.00
271. Beach Avenue (west)  .....
88.25
291. Lower  	
81.50
272. Beach Avenue (east) 	
2,564.85
293. Mason	
264.10
Trail Reg. No.
294. Mintie 	
119.50
429. Warner Pass 	
50.00
295. North 	
52.25
444. Crown Mountain Ferry 	
122.00
296. North-west Bay ...
299.50
Camp equipment 	
431.45
297. Ocean Beach Esplanade .
200.00
Plant and tools	
6,S23.S0
303. Salmon Arm	
182.25
Material 	
Stable 	
P.W.D. House 	
2,537.00
313. Franklin 	
257.50
434.00
314. Sechelt-Pender Harbour .
392.15
144.38
315. Georgia   	
70.50
♦Sundry roads, trails, anEl streets..
870.93
407. Bridge River Forks 	
69.50
Supervision—
411. Gun Creek 	
88.62
Assistant District Engineer 	
3,140.11
426. West of Fraser 	
125.50
Office 	
1,711.56
430. Bargain Harbour        	
50.00
Auto         	
912.43
433   Healv
65 92
434. Klyne 	
331.25
Total 	
$50,134.41
Mackenzie District
Powell River Section).
Road Reg. No.
RoaD Reg. No.
101. Lake 	
$245.36
177. Gillis Bay	
$944.00
102. Main 	
357.13
183. Crescent Bay 	
249.00
103. Tucker Bav 	
        1,075.66
Trail Reg. No.
104. Weldon          	
190.41
105. Blunden Harbour 	
499.50
107. Concession, No. 2 	
142.25
120. Jervis Inlet 	
187.25
110. Malaspina 	
111. Lund 	
441.75
Plant and tools 	
2,270.86
3,492.73
Material 	
228.67
230.00
Launch 	
393.53
131   Sutherland
69.21
101.88
134. Cx'tmberry Lake 	
558.78
Supervision—
136. Olson Lake 	
249.00
Assistant District Engineer 	
963.00
137. Thunder Bav 	
3,560.64
Office 	
357.55
173   Bell's
66.10
Total 	
174. Blubber Bay 	
834.79
$17,990.68
175. Central   	
281.63
Road Reg. No.
3. Canoe Crossing 	
6. Grant's	
9. Bella Coola Valley
11. Tatlayoko Lake ....
Mackenzie District (Bella Coola Section).
Trail Reg. No.
Anaham Lake 	
Salloomt  	
Stillwater 	
Rivers Inlet Plant Walk
$400.00
50
100.00
57
3,604.96
60
250.00
61
$106.50
100.00
104.37
509.98
* Units upon which less than $50 has been expended. STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
P 71
Mackenzie District  (Bella Coola Section)—Continued.
$2,165.83
118.29
Plant and tools          492.13              General Foreman	
Material           227.34              Office 	
Sundry trails             39.50
Total 	
Summary.
Mackenzie (Powell River Section)    $17,990.68
Mackenzie (Bella Coola Section)          8,408.86
$8,408.86
Total    $26,399.54
Road Reg. No.
3. Brechin 	
15. Departure Bay 	
31. Fielding and House's 	
42. Gordon	
48. Harewootl 	
58. Jingle Pot	
   Mount Benson 	
77. Newcastle Townsite 	
84. Old Victoria and Nicol Extension  	
94. Raine's 	
103. South Wellington 	
127. Victoria-Campbell River
(south) 	
128. Victoria-Campbell River
(north) 	
134. Wellington  	
143. York 	
Street Reg. No.
4. Bruce Avenue 	
12. Chesterlea Avenue 	
17. Dunsmuir Avenue	
18. Durham 	
22. Eighth  	
34. Fifth (Five Acres) 	
35. Fourth 	
Road Reg. No.
1. Realby 	
5. Silver King ....
Street Reg. No.
2. Fairview 	
4. Rosemont  	
6. South Nelson
Nanaimo District.
Street Reg. No.
$366.21            37. Fifth (Newcastle Townsite).. $84.87
732.25            49. Hamilton  51.50
97.25            50. Howard Avenue   363.40
64.75            53. Hamilton Avenue   499.81
293.50             67. Macleary   141.33
238.04             69. Millstone   55.27
68.70            76. Nicol  109.17
145.10            88. Park Avenue   252.61
89. Pine   1,747.47
1,248.97            98. Rosemont    120.79
161.56           104. Sixth     235.73
74.53          105. Seventh   68.00
110. Second   222.50
847.13          114. Third   125.00
129. Vancouver Avenue Extension 1,000.00
836.17 136. Wakesiah Avenue  217.82
98.78          139. Woodhouse   1,108.62
107.50          Plant and tools   893.81
Material   182.00
287.40         ♦Sundry roads, trails, and streets.. 463.48
500.00           Supervision—
103.80             General Foreman  2,514.05
500.00              Office   435.95
124.18 Auto     632.40
127.50	
147.74                          Total   $18,696.64
Nelson District.
Plant and tools   $975.19
$52.00 Supervision—
127.10             General Foreman  190.00
209.61                          Total   $2,996.50
226.86
1,215.74
New Westminster District.
IRoad Reg. No.
172. D.L. 172 and other roads in district	
$975.17
* Units upon which less than $50 has been expended. P 72
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1926-27.
36.
37.
Road Reg. No.
4. Bella Vista   $117.90
5. Ashton-Cooke  90.30
15. Bluenose   56.25
17a. Vernon-Salmon Arm Trunk 2,606.16
19. Brickyard Gulch   57.14
20a. Vernon-Salmon Arm Trunk 388.28
30b. Monashee    783.18
31. Creighton Valley   671.73
31b. Vernon-Kamloops  69.60
32. Dale's   55.52
32b. Armstrong-Salmon River .... 448.93
34. Deep Creek  311.80
Eastside  108.S1
East Vernon SubElivisiou   233.55
39. Enderby-Grindrod :. 1,101.19
49. Grandview Bench   470.78
52. Grindrod (east side)   69.75
53. Grindrod-West Bench   134.43
55. Gunter-EUison  102.12
59. Harris Creek   61.50
60. Heaslgate's    53.74
63. Inch-Logan     71.40
Kamloops     476.22
KeElleston   (east)     904.80
68. Kelowna    2,928.55
71. Long Lake  258.61
73. Lumby Village  208.61
74. Mabel Lake-Enderby   1,415.92
75. Mabel Lake-Lumby   1,941.21
76. Mallory  98.20
78. Eagle Pass   1,162.15
82. Middleton    155.27
88. Monashee     2,456.81
89. Monk     74.65
97. Okanagan Landing  1,627.02
North Okanagan District.
Road Reg. No.
100.
102.
103.
105.
107.
110.
113.
118.
119.
121.
65.
66.
Oyama Fruit Lots	
Vernon-Salmon Arm Trunk..
Richlands Subdivision	
Riverside	
Rollings Lake 	
Old Sicamous 	
Salmon River-Enderby 	
School-house 	
Shuswap Avenue  (south)   ....
Shuswap River Drive 	
124. 6-Mile C	
125. Old Salmon Arm	
Squaw Valley 	
Stone Quarry 	
Sugar Lake  ...-.	
Trinity Valley 	
Westside 	
Whitevale Subdivision	
W'ooeIs Lake Subdivision ,.	
Wolfgang	
Pyott	
SmeEklik  	
Bobbie Burns Cut-off 	
Street Reg. No.
133. Grindrod Village streets 	
Camp equipment 	
Plant and tools 	
Material   	
♦Sundry roaEls	
Supervision—
Assistant District Engineer 	
Office	
Auto   	
126.
127
129.
130.
138.
139.
140.
146.
147
148.
152.
$197.17
3,849.80
74.25
154.34
135.13
164.00
60.06
86.37
378.26
20S.37
85.63
63.18
221.63
52.50
508.00
1,955.36
1,017.28
392.57
240.04
113.22
78.38
346.80
229.00
161.75
149.50
6,691.02
128.38
1,105.64
2,595.05
2,110.80
548.45
Total    $45,874.01
Road Reg. No.
1. Bowen Island Trunk 	
6. Grafton  	
7. Langlois   	
10. Scarborough 	
Trail Reg. No.
21. New Brighton-West Bay 	
22. New Brighton-Grace Harbour
Road Reg. No.'
3. Bave 	
4. Bearhead 	
6. Bedore Settlement-Rose Lake
7. Bourgon Settlement-Quick ....
9. Brown  	
10. Blackwater-Stony Creek 	
North Vancouver District.
Plant and tools
$640.25
190.80
150.00
13.75
211.25
67.00
♦Sundry roads	
Supervision—
Assistant District Engineer
Office 	
$78.12
126.25
645.95
379.44
Total       $2,502.81
11. Bobtail-Upper Mud
Omineca District.
Road Reg. No.
$719.31 12. Braeside  	
200.00 15. Chowsunkil  	
200.00 16. Campbell   	
1.200.00 17. Campbell-Hulatt	
2,000.00 19. Clarke's-Forestdale
408.00 21. Colleymount 	
200.00 24. Crescent Lake 	
$400.00
432.75
300.00
300.00
500.00
873.75
300.00
• Units upon which less than $50 has been expended. STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
P 73
Omineca District
—Continued.
Road Reg. No.
Road Reg. No.
25.
Eakin Settlement  ..
$200.00
109.
Snell 	
$60.85
*26
200.00
110.
1,014.70
27.
Endako-Francois Lake ....
953.19
112.
Stuart Lake-Douglas Lodge..
192.75
29.
Engen (north) 	
883.9S
119.
Topley  Settlement 	
308.96
31
937.50
122.
Uncha    ...
803.75
32.
Finmoore (south)	
588.34
123.
124.
125.
VaiiElerhoof-Noonla  	
Vitnderhoof-Stuart Lake
500.00
33.
Forestdale-Mile 106 	
416.66
4,653.30
34
300 00
300.00
36.
Fort Fraser Settlement (ea
st)           200.00
126.
Vanderhoof-Sturgeon   Point..
2,239.14
38.
Fort Fraser-Robinson 	
200.00
127.
Vanderhoof  (west)   	
200.00
39.
Fort George-Hazelton 	
      11,864.78
128.
Vanderhoof-Sackner  	
207.15
42.
Fraser Lake-Francois 	
400.00
134.
West End of Francois-Ootsa
475.11
44.
Fort Fraser-Dog Creek ...
200.00
139.
Waleott-Quick 	
222.73
52
1 786.43
141.
125.00
55
Hulatt  (south)  	
200.00
207
Owen Lake-Francois Lake....
256.25
58.
Jones	
400.00
Trail Reg. No.
59.
Keefe's Landing—Ootsa ....
2,013.58
200
Burns Lake-Babine 	
464.62
65.
Mapes	
300.00
203.
Fort St. James-Manson Creek
2,560.52
66.
Maumler's	
200.00
214.
Topley-Babine 	
1,226.80
71.
473.75
221. Manson Creek-Ingenika
Camp eEruipment 	
300.00
79.
300.00
425.85
80.
North Francois Lake	
1.209.50
Plant and tools 	
5,424.04
84.
Ootsa Lake Shore (east)
70.60
Material	
522.80
88.
Palling Settlement 	
700.00
Stable	
4,368.76
90
Pleasant Valley-Francois
Prairiedale 	
700.00
70.63
94.
300.00
Supervision—
95.
Quick Station	
324.00
Assistant District Engineer 	
4,887.05
99.
Robertson-North    Shore
of
Office 	
2,043.24
Fraser 	
585.09
Auto   	
1,999.12
100.
101.
443 24
..   .          201.86
Total	
$71,684.92
104.
Schaefer  	
239.49
Prince Rupert District.
Road Reg. No.
3
Cow Bay Crossing 	
$2,599.32
4.
Graham Centre 	
75.00
5.
Masset-Tow Hill	
3,649.90
6
Chown  Brook	
106.16
7.
Meadow 	
99.93
8
Kumdis IslanEl 	
100.00
14
75.00
16.
Old Masset-New Masset 	
391.26
17.
Port Clements-Meyer Lake ..
207.05
23.
Sandspit-Copper Bay	
439.20
24.
Queen Charlotte City-Tlell....
7,439.27
32.
West Settlement 	
140.64
39
1,799.61
Trail Reg. No.
15
Oona River	
194.00
108
111.50
109.
Houston Inlet-Jedway 	
100.00
127.
Smith Island 	
755.56
Trail Reg. No.
128. Salt Lakes	
134. Yakoun River 	
136. Lockeport Cannery 	
Street Reg. No.
37. Port Essington  	
38. Port Simpson 	
140. Jap Inlet sidewalks (Porcher
Island)  	
Prince   Rupert   Court-house
grounds	
Camp equipment	
Plant and tools	
Material 	
♦Sundry roads 	
Supervision—
General Foreman	
$527.19
305.86
112.50
239.96
310.55
912.71
1,330.27
92.25
2,118.30
1.25
30.00
3,481.13
Total     $27,744.12
Units upon which less than $50 has been expended. Revelstoke District.
BtOA
d Reg. No.
4.
Arrow Lake 	
$81.38
6.
Austrian  Settlement 	
159.24
8.
Beaton-Camborne	
1,127.00
10.
Beaton-Trout Lake 	
1,277.50
11.
Begbie  	
260.75
12.
Bell Townsite 	
105.00
13
Big Bend 	
2,321.68
16.
Clough 	
679.79
17.
Craigellachie—Malakwa 	
93.75
18
Deep AVater Landing 	
66.25
20
Edwards 	
57.75
21.
Fish River 	
137.75
25.
Galena Bay Logging 	
160.25
27.
Galena Bay  (south)  and
branches 	
258.82
31.
Golf Links and branches 	
143.45
34
Hall's Landing (south) 	
111.35
35
Hall's (Solsqua) 	
249.00
40
IUecillewaet River 	
458.39
45.
Levesque 	
204.48
46.
Little   ScotlanEl   School  Dis
trict 	
187.09
49.
Malakwa-Erickson 	
86.00
50.
Malakwa-Johnson-Ross 	
233.88
53.
Malakwa-Sommerville	
88.63
58.
Mazurek  	
124.00
62.
Montana  Slough 	
66.63
67
Nichol   	
302.66
70.
Power-house 	
608.21
71.
Revelstoke-ArrowheaEl 	
5,278.89
Road Reg. No.
72. Revelstoke (east) 	
73. Revelstoke  (south)  ...
74. Revelstoke  (west)  ....
76. Samuelson   	
77. Sicamous-Mara 	
78. Sidmouth-Sproat  	
80. Ski Jump	
81. Solsqua-Bowie   	
84. Wagner 	
107. Carnes 	
Trail Reg. No.
102. Beatrice	
104. Big Bend Main 	
111. Fish River 	
114. Halcyon 	
    Jumbo  	
135. Turner's   	
139. SEtndberg 	
   Halcyon Hot Springs
Street Reg. No.
3. Arrowhead streets ....
Canlp equipment 	
Plant and tools	
♦Sundry roads and trails ..
Supervision—
General Foreman 	
Office 	
Auto   	
$2,676.91
364.52*
9,739.35
54.90
199.25
552.97
344.22
78.88
62.82
139.08
389.91
285.00
102.69
88.00
107.05
74.00
53.76
216.87
1,283.07
32.75
2,284.99
500.78
2,448.65
1,220.68
394.46
Total     $38,685.73
Richmond-Point Grey District.
Street Reg. No.
2. Imperial Street 	
3. Marine Drive, No. 20b ..
13, Granville Street 	
14. Hudson Street, No. 49b
Plant anEl tools	
$433.38
4,677.44
811.45
60.12
1,160.65
Supervision—
General Foreman
Office 	
Auto   	
$2,493.50
1,607.73
359.34
Total     $11,603.61
Rossland-Trail District.
Road Reg. No.
9
Big Sheep Creek 	
$200.00
3
Castlegar Townsite 	
282.64
4.
Castlegar-Trail 	
6,581.08
226.82
8.
Drake	
93.25
14.
Rossland-Cascade	
3,942.82
15.
Rosslantl-Deer 	
125.00
16
Rossland—Paterson 	
3,187.13
17
Stony Creek (upper)     	
50.00
18
50.00
23.
Trail-Rossland  	
2.805.63
24.
Trail-Rossland   (old)   	
141.87
25.
Violin Lake 	
295.73
Trail Reg. No.
37. Murphy Creek 	
39. Sheep Creek 	
Street Reg. No.
21. Trail (east) streets
Plant and tools 	
♦Sundry roads 	
Supervision—
General Foreman	
Auto   	
$125.00
125.00
210.00
882.98
59.68
380.00
13.73
Total     $19,778.36
Units upon which less than $50 has been expended. Road Reg. No.
1. Observatory  	
2. Scott	
3. Ross-Durrance  ...
4. Burnside 	
5. Helmcken  	
6. High Street 	
7. WildwooEl 	
9. Gorge   (primary)
Saanich District.
Road Reg. No.
$310.30             10. Quadra and East (secondary) $863.55
200.12             11. West   (secondary)  1,236.16
300.12             12. Holland Avenue  94.00
446.16 Street Reg. No.
405.78        *—■ Sundry streets   39.00
76.00          Plant and tools   321.67
453.36 	
1,134.11                          Total   $5,880.33
Salmon Arm District.
Road Reg. No.
2. Adams Lake and branches	
4. Anglemont (east) 	
5. Adams River 	
7. Bear Creek 	
8. Bolean 	
9. Blind Bay-Eagle Bay	
10. Blind Bay-Carlin 	
11. Birch Island-Lost Creek 	
12. Buse Meadow-Robins Range
13. Campbell Creek 	
14. Campbell Meadows	
15. Carlin Gulch 	
16. Chase Creek 	
17. Cedar Hill branches	
IS. Chase Town 	
19. Chase-Skimikin-Salmon Arm
20. Chum Creek and branches....
21. China Valley	
23. Celista 	
24. Douglas Lake-Grande Prairie
25. Ducks Range-Disdero 	
26. Ducks Range 	
28. Fowler-Willett   	
29. Falkland Vicinity 	
31. Grande Prairie 	
32. Glenemma 	
33. Glenemma-Armstrong 	
34. Haynes-Wright 	
36. Harper Valley District 	
37. Hepburn  	
38. Hilliam   	
39. Kamloops-Salmon Arm	
40. Kamloops-Vernon	
41. Kamloops-Shuswap  (north
*    side)  	
43. Little Shuswap 	
44. Mobley-Carlin 	
46. Mad River  ,
47. Martin Prairie	
48. Meadow Creek	
and
Road Reg. No.
$150.00 49. Magna Bay	
984.34 50. Morgan's 	
200.00 51. McMurphy District	
66.50 53. Notch   Hill-Blind   Bay
300.00 branches 	
542.00 54. Notch Hill-Carlin-Tappen .
140.00 55. Notch Hill Vicinity 	
298.75 56. Notch Hill-Davis 	
150.00 57. Oxley Valley 	
128.50 59. Paxton Valley 	
139.21 60. Paul Lake-Pritchard 	
160.00 61. Pinantan District 	
949.28 64. Pillar Lake	
309.00 65. Robins Range 	
822.40 68. Salmon  Arm  City   (secon-
512.35 dary)  	
300.00 69. Salmon Arm Municipality .
134.70 70. Salmon River 	
636.00- 71. Sicamous-Vernon 	
347.00 72. Squilax-Anglemont 	
100.00 73. Sorrento-Blind Bay 	
499.76 74. Sorrento District 	
572.00 75. Seymour Arm 	
325.00 76. Seymour Arm Bay 	
1,065.50 77. Scotch Creek 	
90.78 78. Shuswap-Chase Creek	
175.38 79. Squilax-Turtle Valley 	
50.00 80. Tappen-White Lake 	
100.00 81. Tappen-Mobley-Brown 	
50.00 83. Yellowhead Pass	
100.00 86. Quest Creek 	
3,249.07 Camp equipment 	
1,906.37 Plant and tools	
♦Sundry roads 	
345.56 Supervision—
50.00 General Foreman	
50.00 Office 	
80.00 Auto   	
294.87
314.45
$430.00
50.00
185.06
235.37
548.75
366.31
225.00
192.27
240.00
378.75
231.75
100.00
170.25
798.31
2,000.00
923.03
277.50
897.28
220.80
399.45
342.25
100.00
300.00
100.00
165.81
650.00
483.75
743.11
100.00
416.81
4,056.23
1,884.47
2,504.98
642.73
1,589.11
Total     $37,847.61
* Units upon which less than $50 has been expended. Road Reg. No.
2. Armstrong-Copper  Mountain
10. Copper Mountain 	
12. Osoyoos-Sidney Mountain ....
14. China Creek 	
14a. Fairview-Summerland  	
18. Deer Valley 	
20. Penticton-Oliver 	
21. Fairview-Camp McKinney ....
22. Fairview-Cawston  	
23. Fairview 	
26. Fairview-White Lake 	
29. 5-Mile-Princeton 	
29b. Penticton-Naramata   	
30. Coalmont streets 	
35. Hedley-Priceton 	
38. Kaleden-Okanagan Falls 	
39. Kaleden Townsite	
40. White Lake	
41. Keremeos-Hedley 	
42. Kruger Mountain 	
43. Keremeos Station 	
44. Granite Creek-Blackburn  ....
45. Myers Flat-Okanagan Falls..
47. Marron Valley 	
48. Hedley streets 	
51. McLean Creek 	
52. Ritcher Pass 	
53. 1-Mile-Princeton 	
54. Osoyoos-Sidley Mountain 	
60. Princeton-Keremeos   	
62. Penticton-Carmi 	
Road Reg. No.
Similkameen
$53.50
715.60
88.00
66.12
202.25
190.05
2,625.22
123.00
198.00
57.25
58.75
290.75
528.38
84.08
1,718.24
159.13
141.25
303.62
1,717.50
132.00
794.88
415.75
180.00
446.63
54.00
147.75
320.25
382.71
840.75
3,203.25
74.25
District.
Road Reg. No.
63. Princeton-Otter Lake  $2,844.28
66. Keremeos streets   442.50
67. Cawston   569.65
68. Princeton streets  885.16
72. South Similkameen   894.00
73. Penticton-Summerland   510.83
78. Summers Creek   90.6S
79. South Keremeos   162.00
80. Shingle Creek   335.00
81. Okanagan Falls streets   95.25
86. Oliver-Osoyoos    792.00
87. Tulameen-Summit City  656.S3
90. Oliver streets   98.50
93. South   Okanagan   Irrigation
Project    145.50
95. Lett's Sawmill   158.50
96. Sidley-Camp McKinney   169.25
97. Sidley Mountain   240.00
98. Rice     275.00
206. Camp Rest-Nickel Plate   59.50
214. Hope  54.00
Camp equipment   13.10
Plant and tools   6,324.53
Material   2,660.94
♦Sundry roaEls    527.83
Supervision—
General Foreman   2,451.30
Office   1,624.10
Auto     536.10
Total   $39,882.28
Skeena
1.
Aldermere-Pleasant Valley ..
$501.51
2.
Adams Settlement 	
51.74
3.
Aitken  Settlement 	
100.00
6.
Ardagh	
110.11
7.
Breckenridge-Copper City ....
885.95
9.
Braun's  Island  	
92.98
10.
Bedore 	
50.00
11.
Bruce Settlement 	
50.00
13.
Cronin  	
146.50
15.
Copper City-Kitimat 	
1,520.47
16.
Corlette 	
459.49
17.
Kitwanga-Cedarvale 	
596.94
19
359.05
25.
Evelyn Station 	
126.55
29.
Graham 	
109.75
30.
Glen Meadow-Salmon Creek..
233.50
S?
Hazelton-Aldermere   	
2,359.70
33.
Hazelton-Skeena Crossing ....
2,719.54
34.
Heal-Norris 	
50.00
35.
Hudson Bay Mountain 	
2,300.68
37.
Hvnes Settlement 	
300.00
District.
Road Reg. No.
40. Kitwanga Wagon   $486.65
41. Kitwanga-Andimaul     50.62
43. Kitsumgallum Main  3,003.45
47. Kerr Settlement  99.49
48. Kispiox-Swann  Settlement.... 240.00
49. Kispiox Valley  713.36
54. McPherson    95.86
56. Meanskinisht-Kitwanga   326.81
60. McClure Cut-off  63.75
62. New Hazelton High Level .... 297.50
64. Nine-mile Mountain   1,865.09
67. Phillips Creek   93.75
76. Smithers-Canyon Creek   151.87
77. Smithers-Telkwa    524.37
83. Telkwa River (north side).... 440.61
85. Terrace Bridge   72.25
86. Usk-Vanarsdol    100.00
90. W. side of Bulkley—Smithers
-Telkwa   52.50
91. W. side of Bulkley—Morice-
town-Smithers   231.76
Units upon which less than $50 has been expended. STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
P 77
Skeena District—Continued.
Road Reg. No.
92. West side of Skeena (north)
93. West side of Skeena (south)
95. Zimacord 	
98. Kispiox  	
99. Lanfere	
100. Terrace-Usk 	
Trail Reg. No.
205. Copper River 	
208. Chimdemash   	
236. Manson Creek 	
253. Kitwanga-Woodeock 	
 Telegraph 	
Street Reg. No.
300. Port Essington 	
302. Terrace  	
$122.50
105.43
50.25
3,072.80
513.66
818.95
517.43
130.14
713.25
353.87
488.25
371.20
338.77
Street Reg. No.
303. Hazelton  :.;	
304. New Hazelton 	
    Smithers  	
Camp equipment 	
Plant Etnd tools  ..;.
Materials 	
Stable   	
♦Sundry roads ansl trails 	
Supervision—
Assistant District Engineer
Office 	
Auto   	
$1,067.99
673.34
76.14
760.78
4,843.62
5,812.51
914.32
414.06
3,792.53
2,264.69
394.84
Total    $50,954.34
South Okanagan District.
Roj\.d Reg. No.
1. Arawana and branches 	
3. Belgo Subdivision  (north)....
4. Belgo Subdivision  (south)....
7. Benvoulin 	
9. Glenmore Valley 	
10. Gellatly-Lake Shore 	
11. Glenrosa Main 	
12. Glenrosa Subdivision 	
15. Joe Riche 	
16. Kelowna-Vernon   (north)  ....
17. Kelowna-Vei-non   (south)   ....
18. K.L.O. Main 	
19. K.L.O. Subdivision 	
20. Lewis Bailey 	
21. Lake Shore  (Okanagan Mis
sion)   	
24. Meadow Valley and branches
25. North Aramata 	
26. Naramata Village 	
27. Naramata Subdivision 	
28. Oceola  	
29. Okanagan Centre Subdivision
30. Peachland Municipality  (No.
16a, primary)  	
31. Peachland-Princeton 	
32. Penticton-Summerland  '
Roa
d Reg. No.
$133.25
33.
Penticton-Naramata  	
186.50
34.
Rutland Subdivision 	
165.44
36.
Scotty Creek 	
872.75
37.
S.K.L. Subdivision 	
144.00
38.
South  Okanagan  and
80.75
branches 	
216.75
40.
Summerland-Peachland  	
100.00
41.
Summerland Municipality
1,343.30
(No. 15a, primary) 	
2,314.50
45.
Soodlawn Subdivision 	
2,357.03
46
Westside 	
750.50
47.
Westbank Subdivision 	
496.00
48.
Westbank Ferrv 	
236.50
49.
Wood Lake Bottom 	
50.
Casorso  	
814.25
Street Reg. No.
59.06
35.
Ritcher   	
187.75
Plai
Roa
it and tools	
537.00
ds, general 	
775.50
♦Sundry roads  	
107.00
Sup
ervision—
640.25
G
O
A
eneral Foreman 	
fflce 	
1,135.50
uto   	
98.50
173.25
Total 	
$633.50
935.75
127.50
544.25
487.50
1,174.65
1,242.25
249.50
1.59.50
542.00
1,067.75
250.50
144.55
111.00
12,395.16
1,944.79
193.93
2,457.01
1,956.50
516.49
$41,059.41
Road Reg. No.
7a. Kingsway 	
21b. Marine Drive
47b. Fraser Street
South Vancouver District.
Auto
.77
107.79
26.31
$7.1.54
Total
$814.41
♦ Units upon which less than $50 has been expended. Yale District  (Merritt Section).
Roa
d Reg. No.
20.
Chaumox  .-.	
$523.21
22.
Lytton-Lillooet 	
1,733.41
25.
Botanie Creek 	
309.50
26.
Winch 	
152.80
30.
Spences Bridge-Ashcroft 	
2,201.39
32.
Venables Valley	
285.00
34
Upper Venables Valley 	
57.90
35.
Upper Hat Creek 	
641.98
36.
Cariboo  	
940.04
38.
Ashcroft Town 	
412.60
39.
Benjamin 	
90.00
40
Highland Valley 	
863.13
41
Barnes Lake	
124.25
42.
Cache Creek-Savona 	
781.07
44
Merritt—Spences Bridge	
4,929.14
51
Petit Creek 	
96.30
53.
Davidson 	
50.75
55
Mamette Lake 	
558.66
57.
8-Mile	
85.25
62.
Midday Valley 	
699.17
Road Reg. No.
63. Kamloops-Merritt     $3,671.98
64. Mill Creek  102.38
68. Grande Prairie   792.88
70. Merritt-Princeton via 1-Mile 1,353.98
71. Coldwater  385.68
73. Kane Valley   83.58
76. Aspen Grove-Princeton   1,017.30
79. Pike Mountain  249.50
80. 5-Mile   89.25
81. Summers Creek   89.1S
Camp equipment   184.40
Plant and tools  12,483.60
Material   354.49
♦Sundry roatls   525.35
Supervision—
Assistant District Engineer   2,901.23
Office   2,290.21
Auto  862.57
Total   $42,973.11
Yale District  (New Westminster Section).
Road Reg. No.
2. Harrison Hot Springs 	
4. Crib, Harrison Hot Springs..
6. Hope-Rosedale  	
9. McKay 	
13. Hope Townsite 	
14. Haig 	
15. Yale  	
16. Othello 	
•19. Nicholson   	
$473.46
902.22
3,748.36
81.25
536.88
150.00
670.54
120.00
56.00
Road Reg. No.
28b. Harrison Hot Springs 	
82. Princeton Trail 	
83. West side of Harrison Bay..
   Yale Townsite 	
Fraser River-bank protection ....
Plant and tools	
♦Sundry roads 	
$1,059.04
750.00
438.81
245.75
1,000.00
898.57
170.00
Total     $11,300.88
Summary.
Yale District (Merritt Section)    $42,973.11
Yale District (New Westminster Section)      11,300.88
Total    $54,273.99
Bridge Reg. No.
3. Laiston   	
8. Vipond 	
20. Englishman's River 	
29. Grandon Slough (east) ..
30. Grandon Slough (west) ..
31. Little Qualicum River	
36. Big Qualicum 	
39. Crescent Ravine 	
62. Chalet   	
95. River Bend 	
98. Sproat Falls 	
* Units upon which less than
BRIDGES.
Alberni District.
Bridge Reg. No.
$545.41 125. City Limits   '    $141.52
250.36          127. Redford  449.54
547.93           140. Ucluelet   254.24
114.89           186. Green   158.74
120.95           198a. Bullocks    236.61
130.86          229. Cable Ferry Bridge   172.46
157.40           305. Lake (Ucluelet)    128.35
572.56         ♦BriElges suiiElry   1,425.09
122.25 ■ ——
156.56                        Total   $6,426.59
740.87
has been expended. Bridge Reg. No.
58. Glenora, No. 2 	
80. Bitter Creek 	
81. Bear River 	
83. Grease Harbour 	
90. Stewart-Hyder, No. 1
94. Davidson's   	
102. Kitsault Suspension ....
109. Illiance, No. 3 	
Atlin District, Bridges.
Bridge Reg. No.
120. Alice Arm Suspension
Bridge Reg. No.
12. Baker Creek 	
13. Bear River 	
17. Beaver Lake	
34. Beaumont  	
37. Cunningham 	
44. Hawk's, No. 1 	
45. Hawk's, No. 2 	
52. Jordan Creek 	
72. Healey 	
73. Windt's  	
75. Fraser Creek 	
83. 150-Mile Creek 	
87. 179-Mile Post 	
97. Quesnel	
100. Summit Creek 	
105. 6-Mile 	
109. Skunk Creek	
121. Valley Creek	
125. West Creek, No. 4
128. Willow River 	
133. Little Cottonwood ..
135. Lee's 	
137. 147-Mile Post 	
144. Dog Creek	
162. Tatla Slough 	
Bridge Reg. No.
5. Commission ..
6. No name 	
10. Sumas River
18. Dunville	
Bridge Reg. No.
4. Kicking Horse River
5. Horsethief	
8. Washout Creek 	
9. Carbonate 	
10. Canyon Creek	
11. Hog Ranch 	
17. North Vermilion 	
18. South VermiliEin	
$104.25
566.95
1,968.25
910.00
1,000.39
100.00
224.13
600.00
801.35
137. Matheson Creek	
146. Kitsault-East Creek
154. Paul Claduc 	
156. Granite Creek 	
190. Kitsault   River   (Red
Trail)   	
♦Bridges  sundry	
Point
Total
South Cariboo District.
$193.65
2,300.75
1,063.69
300.35
209.99
64.62
64.63
160.44
223.30
3,434.01
170.10
138.57
250.00
346.99
179.67
301.65
53.00
139.27
110.00
96.98
72.00
3,211.72
150.00
300.00
149.50
185.
193.
Bridge Reg. No.
181. Small Creek 	
Marguerite 	
Beaver Creek, No. 2
216. Cameron  	
219. Squaw  	
249. Moose Horn 	
250. Dragon Creek	
251. Narcosli 	
255. WTilliams Creek, No.
256. Beaver Slough 	
257. Campbell 	
Little Valley	
Heinisch   	
354. Canim, No. 6	
372. 3-Mile Creek 	
376. Martin Creek 	
Rose Gulch 	
Parker	
Wylie 	
387. Bradley Creek 	
388. Ladoucer 	
♦Bridges sundry 	
258.
259.
378.
379.
384.
$199.35
200.00
100.00
100.00
500.00
100.00
57,474.67
$744.
300.
68.
125
148
200
194.
292
250.
116.
150.
166.
132.
243.
499.
74.
570.
433.
86.
204.
472.
525
07
12
50
00
25
.00
76
50
00
00
00
00
00
25
31
50
47
25
68
10
40
.63
Total    $19,681.67
Chilliwack District.
Bridge Reg. No.
21. Chilliwack River
♦Bridges sundry 	
$58.20
198.73
86.50
677.18
$199.73
7.82
Total      $1,219.16
Columbia District.
Bridge Reg. No.
22. Sinclair ....
$454.18
175.00
100.00
376.64
302.17
225.00
124.73
100.11
38. Marion Creek 	
40. Kootenay River ..
47. Wilmer   	
50. Sparkling Creek
58. Oglestone	
59. South Salmon	
61. North Salmon	
$217.95
198.51
598.60
405.51
298.17
235.33
548.05
448.32
♦Units upon which less than $50 has been expended. P 80
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1926-27.
Bridge Reg. No.
64. Spillimacheen   	
68. Athalmer  (swing)
71. Wilmer  (pontoon)
81. Campbell 	
82. Anderson 	
85. 12-Mile   ...
100. Kinootl	
125. Kull  	
136. Lahash	
137. LEilahm  	
Columbia District,
$55.50
82.91
135.39
245.13
50.00
440.78
59.62
413.13
250.00
Bridges—Continued.
Bridge Reg. No.
190. Gopher 	
210. Leadville 	
212. Yoho 	
213. Park 	
214. Jumbo   	
216. Mount Nelson
217. Rock Creek ....
♦Bridges sundry 	
$125.00
233.00
221.95
221.80
1,078.30
147.18
140.75
257.15
Bridge Reg. No.
20. Michell 	
25. Coal Creek 	
30. Slough 	
73. Donkey   	
74. Cliff   	
78. Wilson 	
80. Lamonte  	
82. White 	
83. Tree 	
87. Watt	
97. Little River 	
110. McKelvie 	
115. Oyster River 	
121. Piercy   	
125. PuntleElge River, No. 2..
128. Quinsam River 	
130. Quimby   	
133. Rennison 	
135. Rosewall Creek 	
138. Reece's 	
141. Lawson	
264.69
Comox
$198.57
2,273.41
73.74
75.00
220.00
397.50
234.25
200.00
295.00
115.00
329.81
73.81
385.22
398.65
4,097.25
65.00
51.75
97.00
67.10
86.29
127.00
Total       $9,230.55
149.
151.
156.
158.
159.
162.
166.
177.
197.
213.
250.
281.
282.
District.
Bridge Reg. No.
142. Union 	
143. Giroux 	
144. Kelser 	
147. Bratlley 	
148. Lewis 	
Hammond 	
MacDonald 	
Cook's	
Third Crossing 	
Hobbs	
Vose 	
Belanger 	
Sandhills 	
Tsable River	
Washer Creek, No. 2
Meadow 	
Thulin Road	
Woodhus 	
♦Bridges sundry
$109.45
165.48
149.25
241.69
102.40
1,246.45
1,107.12
394.99
1,411.87
100.00
582.14
373.87
142.79
158.25
980.80
252.93
99.75
303.70
679.59
Total   $18,463.87
Cowichan-New
34.
39.
41.
Bridge Reg. No.
9. Bush Creek, No. 1 	
15. Clemclemlitz	
17. Corfield	
19. Cowiehan Station 	
21. Currie's 	
Elliot's 	
Old Haslam Creek 	
Haslam Creek 	
—  Log bridges, Lakes Road
56. Koksilah  	
68. Miller 	
69. Morrison, No. 1 	
70. Morrison, No. 2 	
$80.
618.
2,396.
425.
54.
555.
331.
81
1,478.
3,085.
325
386.
121
.00
.94
.57
48
.50
.31
.71
.00
64
.11
.25
.22
.15
castle District.
Bridge Reg. No.
71. Morrison, No. 3 	
78. Nanaimo River   (Canyon),
No. 2 	
95. Ransom's	
110. Pimbury's 	
111. Quamichan Creek 	
121. Solmie's 	
131. Walker's  	
139. Patterson Creek, No. 1 	
140. Patterson Creek, No. 2 	
♦Bridges stuiElry 	
$323.58
82.11
455.78
1,066.50
1,819.05
173.53
83.30
344.69
150.15
354.48
Total  .....   $14,793.05
Bridge Reg. No.
5. St. Joseph's Prairie
6. Standard Mill 	
7. Abbott's Street 	
Cranbrook District.
Bridge Reg. No.
$552.09 8. Harold Street ..
150.00 12. Ebert's Avenue
198.06 14. Waldo Street ....
$425.00
1,024.75
197.07
Units upon which less than $50 has been expended. STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
P 81
Cranbrook District, Bridges—Continued.
Bridge Reg. No.
19.
20.
23.
36.
Wardner      $1,367
Fort Steele 	
Westport 	
Wycliffe	
37. McPhee  	
39. McDermid 	
42. Wasa	
69. Yahk	
70. Aldridge   	
77. Westport	
78. Westport 	
79. Westport 	
100. Skookumchuek .
109. Alki Creek 	
118. Skookumchuek .
129. Mark Creek 	
170. Colony  	
176. Ryan 	
197. Torrent Slough
200.
150
123
53.
200
150.
389.
425.
65.
157.
213.
299.
90.
271
75.
360
75
75
63
08
.00
67
40
.37
.00
49
87
05
13
00
98
75
.70
00
.66
.00
00
Bridge Reg. No.
217. Yahk Slough 	
219. Hyde Avenue 	
223. Marpole Street ....
242. Aldridge  (small)
250. Lippitt's 	
275. Mission   	
285. Kimberley 	
292. Kimberley  (foot)
293. St. Joseph's Creek
302. Mayook 	
303. Henderson   	
304. Upper West Fork .
305. Bateman 	
308. Dilt's  	
309. Olson  	
♦Bridges sundry	
$118.93
129.54
80.63
225.00
197.69
275.00
147.23
125.00
564.43
199.58
873.30
599.85
549.17
150.00
144.50
557.24
Total     $12,227.84
Bridge Reg. No.
    Stringer over Salmon River..
— Filmer Canyon Road 	
1. Arrow Creek	
40. Fruitvale—Columbia Gardens,
No. 1 .'	
54. Grady   	
77. Kidd Creek 	
84. Kootenay Valley (at Creston)
S6. Lizard Creek 	
134. Nelson-Balfour Road, No. 13
136. Nelson-Balfour Road, No. 15
138. Nelson-Balfour Road, No. 17
145. Castlegar Road, No. 7	
149. Nelson-Castlegar, No. 11	
153. Nelson-Castlegar, No. 15	
154. Nelson-Castlegar, No. 16	
155. Nelson-Castlegar, No. 17	
156. Nelson-Castlegar, No. 18	
169. Nelson-U.S. Boundary Road,
No. 13 	
197. Porcupine Road, No. 2 	
198. Porcupine Road, No. 3 	
199. Porcupine Road, No. 4 	
212. Rita Creek 	
Creston District.
Bridge Reg. No.
$99.87 233. Sheep Creek Road, No. 3  $60.00
94.25 248. 6-Mile Road, No. 1   200.00
654.51 249. 6-Mile Road, No. 2   500.00
251. 6-Mile Road, No. 4   100.00
57.50 252. 6-Mile Road, No. 5   110.00
112.00 253. 6-Mile Road, No. 6   150.00
290.00 254. 6-Mile Road, No. 7   100.00
198.19 255. 6-Mile Road, No. 8  100.00
298.2S 256. 6-Mile Road, No. 9  100.00
75.00 257. 6-Mile Road, No. 10   100.00
75.00 258. 6-Mile Road, No. 11   100.00
500.00 259. Slocan River Road, No. 1   60.06
125.00 270. Trail-Pend d'Oreille  82.00
74.52 271. Trail-Pend d'Oreille   80.00
140.00 272. Trail-Pend d'Oreille   78.00
140.00 273. Trail-Pend d'Oreille   78.75
120.00 287. Ymir Mine Road, No. 2  160.00
149.85 291. Ymir-Wilcox Road, No. 1 ...'. 275.00
292. Ymir-Wilcox Road, No. 2   239.87
58.50 296. Biggis    70.20
300.00 ♦Bridges sundry   192.60
500.00 	
300.49                          Total   $7,398.78
99.34
Delta District.
Bridge Reg. No. ♦Bridges sundry
4. Clayton Corner   $149.35
5. 10-Mile   159.00                          Total ..
7. Bertrand   270.77
* Units upon which less than $50 has been expended.
$34.00
$613.12 Dewdney' District, Bridges.
Bridge Reg. No.
4. Brunette  	
7. Hoy	
41. Pitt River 	
48. Martyn	
93. McDonald, No. 3
97. Hairsine   	
104. Silver Creek 	
112. Sharpe 	
$63.88
1,047.16
1,889.28
56.83
143.22
101.70
190.83
803.50
Bridge Reg. No.
116. Eagle Hill .
132. Bouchier ...
133. Dibbins  	
150. Dewdney ...
154. Nicomen ....
♦Bridges  sundry
$120.00
69.00
63.64
100.58
1,560.61
445.44
Total      $6,655.67
Esquimalt District.
Bridge Reg. No.
19. Craigflower 	
65. Millstream   	
38. Happy Valley Road 	
39. Happy Valley Road	
79. Maple Avenue 	
84. Parsons 	
96. Sooke Road	
100. East  Branch  Creek-Sooke
River RoaEl 	
102. Indian  	
113. Tugwell Creek 	
115. Muir Creek 	
123. Island Highway 	
133. Island Highway 	
136. Hollens   	
138. Island Highway 	
8.
60.
65
70.
79.
89.
Bridge Reg. No.
2. Hosmer   	
6. Elko  	
Elkmouth   	
Little Ferry Creek 	
Gulch	
Little Sand Creek 	
Agnew Spring 	
Erickson Creek  (east)
106. Chipman
Bridge Reg. No.
    12-Mile, Cariboo Road
8. Beaver River 	
54. Henderson, No. 1	
58. Jorgensen  	
62. Lee 	
72. Mud River 	
80. McMillan Creek, No. 2
85. McCollough	
86. McLean 	
98. Pouce Coupe	
103. Raymond 	
104. Miller 	
$2,939.61
131.84
220.38
127.83
254.41
424.05
76.25
300.00
1,247.03
3,999.18
55.00
2,714.68
195.71
116.12
275.50
Fernie District.
Bridge Reg. No.
139. Old Trunk Road	
165. Fitzgerald 	
167. Jordan River  (foot)  	
169. Halhead, No. 169	
175-176. Telegraph Road (twin)..
182. Iris Creek 	
186. Calvin	
191. Porter's 	
194. Robertson's	
195. Rainbow   	
196. Bridge immediately  west of
twin bridges, Sooke Road..
''Bridges sundry 	
$1,050.02
836.00
75.82
121.34
115.81
55.43
725.47
92.43
849.93
699.78
70.00
902.10
Total    $18,671.72
Bridge Reg. No.
127. Reid's 	
131. Wallmer's .
133. Stewart's ...
134. Cummings .
135. Olson's 	
♦Bridges sundry .
$63.00
351.64
107.81
114.00
2,204.56
481.60
192.73
645.20
80.00
Fort George District.
Bridge Reg. No.
$144.37 105. Salmon River ...
1,339.51 135. Fraser River ...
200.00 146. 12-Mile Creek ...
379.24 160. Sand Creek	
347.32 165. Hardin 	
200.00 168. Fox 	
232.52 193. Bower   	
91.87 276. 8-Mile 	
245.97 282. Falker's	
392.87 293. Fraser River ...
100.06 317. Johnson 	
60.00 334. McBride, No. 2
$227.92
260.30
429.00
674.33
200.00
401.93
Total        $6,434.02
$720.16
115.82
349.04
407.19
71.25
92.25
315.00
275.00
100.00
2,348.24
100.00
66.25
Units upon which less than $50 has been expended. STATEMENT OF
EXPENDITURE.
P 83
Bridge Reg. No.
344. 9-Mile 	
Fort George District
         $274.49
, Bridges—Continued.
Bridge Reg. No.
015. Red Pass	
616. Foreman Slough 	
617. Stinson 	
618. Mirch Lake	
S52.30
451. Hart  .....
457. Mowick  	
466. Kerkhoff, No. 1
           220.86
           108.50
             94.08
           316.20
           154.55
           100.00
           198.50
        1,147.65
           250.00
478.81
149.86
299.49
529. Fraser River 	
544. Chase ...         	
619. Robillard 	
620. Holzwarth	
199.49
375.00
552. Haight 	
596. King Creek 	
600. Fraser River 	
603. Hyndman  	
621. Cleland   	
622. Shelley, No. 1   ...
623. Shelley, No. 2	
624. Pritchard   	
626. Aleza Lake Creek	
627. ReEl Mountain River 	
629. Ardill 	
150.00
97.81
99.71
298.70
604. Pellitier 	
605. Barrow Gulch Creek
606. Buckley Creek 	
           131.12
No. 1..,.         620.44
           149.92
           215.00
          195.00
          165.00
           270.00
          190.00
           230.00
           143.03
          172.96
Grand Forks-Gre
          $99.94
           266.15
           225.00
198.50
721.18
210.00
607. Glacier 	
608. Berg 	
609. Alpland  	
610. Tunnel	
630. O'Hara	
631. Aleza Lake 	
632. Hay Creek, No. 2 	
633. Mud River 	
245.75
195.84
188.12
186.00
215.25
611. Whitewater
612. Cosgrove 	
613. Brittain 	
614. Gorge 	
Bridge Reg. No.
6. Beaverdell 	
7. Blue Point 	
8. Blvthe  	
Total 	
enwood District.
Bridge Reg. No.
61. Kettle River	
82. Meyers Creek, No. 4 -.	
83. Meyers Creek, No. 5	
84. Meyers Creek, No. 6	
85. Meyers Creek, No. 7	
87. Midway 	
90. Nicholson   	
$18,403.04
$100.00
75.00
75.00
100.00
75.00
100.00
201.68
18. Camp McKinney
21. Carmi	
23. Carson 	
24. Cascade (lower) 	
             91.00
           100.00
479.20
           200.00
100.00
25. Cascade (upper) 	
100. Rock Creek	
100.00
26. Cedar Creek-	
238.75
117. West 	
213.35
325.00
100.00
699.88
500.00
348.24
30. Cooper 	
           340.75
Forks)..           200.00
            100.50
              89.50
           100.00
             98.69
           100.00
118. White Cabin	
41. First Street  (Grand
42. Folrick 	
51. Hardy   	
53. High 	
123. Yale   	
127. Savage Creek 	
128. Grand Forks-Franklin Road-
55. Ingram	
56. Ingram Creek	
Total 	
$5,842.63
$63.54
Islands
$148 55
District.
Total 	
District.
Bridge Reg. No.
20. Cedar Gulch 	
52. Rainbow Road ..    ...
608.17
$1,456.88
$230.21
419.62
346.74
94.29
783.54
53. Rainbow Road 	
          636.62
Bridge Reg. No.
12. Broomlev Creek	
Kamloops
          $68.16
          185.32
          489.51
        1.399.34 '
          209.16
than $50 has been expen
13. Butler Creek 	
21. Chip Creek 	
15. Canyon Creek, No. 1
16. Canyon Creek, No. 2
17. Canyon Creek, No. 3
23. Clearwater 	
30. Darlington Creek 	
32. Deadman Creek, No. 2 	
ded.
* Units upon which less
6 P 84
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1926-27.
Kamloops District, Bridges—Continued.
Bridge Reg. No.
35. Dunn Creek 	
38. Eakins, No. 1 	
49. Kamloops   (east)   	
60. Louis Creek, No. 1 	
65. North Thompson  (at
Barriere)  	
$392.68
302.75
1,099.62
1,279.58
899.71
Bridge Reg. No.
68. Raft River  $2,108.27
75. Savona  .'  493.73
99. Wallace  107.75
100. WooeIs    100.00
Total     $11,009.98
Kaslo-Slocan District.
Bridge Reg. No.
 Kaslo-New Denver RoaEl
(bridges) 	
    Glacier  Creek   (bank-protec
tion)   	
   Bridge over slough near
Graham's Landing	
   Canyon Creek 	
2. Ainsworth 	
9. Anderson 	
16. Arrow Park (south), No. 4....
20. Arrow Park (south)  	
41. Ben Hur 	
97. Dog Creek (Columbia Road)
104. Columbia River Road, No. 10
187. Deer 	
190. Desmond	
204. Empire	
222. 4-Mile Creek Trail, No. 5 	
223. 4-Mile Creek Trail, No. 6 	
Bridge Reg. No.
37. Hat Creek	
38. Hat Creek, No. 6	
39. Hat Creek, No. 7 	
40. Hat Creek, No. 8 	
41. Bryson, No. 1 	
42. Bryson, No. 2 	
43. Hat Creek Bluff, No. 2	
44. Hat Creek Bluff, No. 3	
61. Green Lake	
81. Bishop's 	
97. Carson, No. 1 	
103, Coldwell   	
123. Lillooet   (suspension)   	
131. Lillooet Station	
132. Seton, No. 1 	
133. Setou, No. 2 	
135. Ample  	
138. Texas Creek, No. 1	
143. BriElge  	
161. Mission Mountain, No. 1 ..
162. Mission Mountain, No. 2-.
162. Mission, No. 2 	
170. Gun Creek, No. 1	
$1,798.90
245.50
1,332.38
149.13
138.10
62.00
53.33
99.13
79.00
2,840.65
59.71
65.00
125.00
149.00
100.00
57.56
Bridge Reg. No.
225. Fletcher 	
245. Gold-Creek, No. 2 	
274. Hooper 	
285. Ivanhoe 	
372. Nashville   	
390. Passmore	
392. Perry 	
471. Slocan River Road, No. 7
480. Smith 	
510. Tamarac 	
532. Trout Creek 	
535. Traves  	
548. Vallican 	
549. Victoria 	
569. Whatshan 	
Snow service 	
♦Brislges  sundry  	
$57.35
64.50
199.10
88.00
63.85
66.75
59.38
499.06
686.52
429.13
157.00
867.89
70.49
266.00
167.35
262.00
1,294.78
Total     $12,653.54
Lillooet District.
Bridge Reg. No.
$173.00
171.
Gun Creek, No. 2 	
$148.62
200.00
172.
181.
South Fork       	
150.00
175.00
Shalalth 	
250.00
150.00
210.
No name 	
75.00
179.74
212.
Phelix Sam	
175.00
179.83
223.
Dermody 	
200.00
150.00
240.
D'Arcy  (Anderson River)  ....
395.77
150.00
247.
Evans Creek, No. 1 	
-     225.00
248.00
248.
Evans Creek, No. 2 	
199.89
99.26
249.
Halfway 	
119.52
75.00
252.
Johnny Coy's 	
1,125.00
73.20
261.
No name 	
79.46
1,036.11
263.
Noal 	
225.00
175.00
264.
Notch, No. 1 	
175.00
2.418.76
265.
Pillchuck 	
800.00
150.00
274.
Beach 	
300.00
500.00
277.
Clay bank	
74.44
147.25
278.
Crow	
400.00
149.77
281.
Plume	
400.00
246.23
284.
Hazelmere 	
300.00
171.00
287.
Hambury	
500.00
51.00
292.
Langsdale 	
350.00
150.00
314.
Wilkman 	
799.24
* Units upon which less than $50 has been expended. Lillooet District, Bridges—Continued.
Bridge Reg. No.
325. Nye's   	
331. Kline 	
351. Stony Creek
384. Alpine   	
385. No name 	
386. No name 	
387. No name 	
388. No name 	
389. No name 	
390. No name 	
Bridge Reg. No.
    Saloomt 	
2. Clayton  	
3. Clayton, No. 1 	
9. Dry Gulch	
10. Dry Gulch	
11. Dry Gulch	
12. Dry Gulch	
14. 4-Mile 	
25. Nygaard's, No. 1 	
26. Nygaard's, No. 2 	
38. Sinclair's 	
41. Smootchley, No. 1	
42. Smootchley, No. 2	
43. Smootchley, No. 3 	
50. Saloomt 	
52. Thorsen Creek 	
58. Saloomt River 	
58. Saloomt    (Bella   Coola   protection) 	
61. Atnarko-Anaham, No. 1 	
62. Atnarko-Anaham, No. 2 	
$114.82
500.00
550.00
150.00
125.00
125.00
125.00
125.00
126.00
127.00
Bridge Reg. No.
391. 1-Mile Creek	
402. No name 	
402. Eden (over Sigh Creek)
403. No name 	
404. No name 	
406. Spetch  	
407. No name 	
♦Bridges sundry 	
$250.00
75.00
250.00
150.00
123.30
100.00
75.00
330.78
Total     $18,536.99
Mackenzie District.
$121.51
300.00
398.07
250.00
250.00
250.00
249.35
300.00
400.00
299.73
150.00
150.00
150.00
• 150.00
200.00
3,030.45
93.36
148.90
100.00
100.19
Nanaimo District.
Bridge Reg. No.
63. Atnarko-Anaham, No. 3 	
64. Atnarko-Anaham, No. 4 	
66. Atnarko-Stillwater, No. 2 ....
80. Dean River-Tasla  Mountain
Trail  	
113. Gillies Bay 	
126. McQuarrie   	
129. Priest Lake	
134. Sliammon  	
140. Turngate 	
144. Denholm  	
148. Oak	
151. Fern 	
164. Shelter Point 	
166. McKinnell 	
167. Mason 	
168. Bloedel 	
♦Bridges sundry 	
$100.00
100.00
100.00
800.00
249.77
219.02
104.66
325.79
75.00
248.80
59.70
242.24
74.92
298.00
201.49
288.35
342.59
Total     $10,921.89
Bridge Reg. No.
1. Chase River       $4,359.21
2. Cook's 	
5. Gourley's 	
6. Millstone, No. 1
7. Millstone, No. 2
8. Nanaimo River ..
120.00
300.00
340.00
100.00
766.52
Bridge Reg. No.
9. Patterson   	
13. Fiddick's, No. 4
♦Sundry  bridges  	
$650.00
59.50
159.97
Total      $6,855.20
Bridge Reg. No.
   Anderson, No. 1
Bridge Reg. No.
9. Baxter's 	
20. Cherry Creek
36. Enderby	
Nelson District.
♦Brklges sundry
$63.05
Total ..
North Okanagan District.
$151.20
3,114.10
70.90
Bridge Reg. No.
40. Finlaison ...
48. Grindrod ..
70. Kingfisher
$26.78
$89.83
$344.37
103.48
157.75
* Units upon which less than
has been expended. North Okanagan District, Bridges—Continued.
Bridge Reg. No.
78. Mara	
88. Moser 	
101. Reiswig	
120. Siwash Creek ..
125. Shuswap Falls
Bridge Reg. No.
3. Rodgers Creek
27. Cowan 	
35. Grafton Bay ....
$647.99
355.32
783.73
138.20
84.28
Bridge Reg. No.
159. McLeod  	
♦Bridges sundry
Total ..
North Vancouver District.
Bridge Reg. No.
    Unnamed Bridges Nos. 1 and
2 on Telkwa-Babine Trail
4. Bear Trap	
14. Burns Lake (trestle) 	
16. Ferguson Creek	
19. Johnson 	
40. Dry Gulch, No. 1	
46. Log. Burns Lake 	
53. Holmes   	
76. Murray Creek, No. 1 	
77. Murray Creek, No. 2 	
87. Tong Creek  	
89. Nadina 	
90. Nechako, No. 1 	
91. Nechako, No. 2	
107.  Spring Camp 	
142. Reopel  	
145. Germansen, No. 1 	
165. Olson  	
166. Hunt	
167. Mold 	
168. Mclnnis 	
169. Barrett Mountain 	
170. Fly Creek 	
171. LeDuke      	
172. Erickson	
173. Sob Gulch 	
174. Evans, No. 2	
175. Uncha	
176. Lewis 	
177. Pitka, No. 1 	
$746.71
150.00
100.00
Bridge Reg. No.
42. CEillins 	
♦BriElges sundry
$201.73
43.13
,6,196.1.8
$798.19
109.54
Total       $1,904.44
Omineca District.
Bridge Reg. No.
1. Bruckner 	
2. Brown's Creek ..
3. Buschell Point ..
4. Hum's Creek ....
7. Highway Creek
Bridge Reg. No.
178. Pitka; No. 2 	
$400.00 179. White, No. 1	
60.00 182. Cassidy, No. 1 	
150.00 1S3. Noreen  .'	
70.00 185. Lukens 	
68.15 186. Cain 	
250.00 187. Sweetnam 	
3,709.29 188. Germansen. No. 2	
59.70 189. Cassidy, No. 2 	
229.00 192. Hewitt 	
525.25 193. Allen   	
300.00 194. Watkins	
447.80 204. Pitka, No. 3 	
50.40 205. Pitka, No. 4 	
217.75 206. Henson	
60.00 207. Mollice  .".	
100.00 213. Wilson 	
225.00 214. Drywilliam Lake	
300.00 215. Drywilliam Lake, No. 2	
772.97 216. Gale  	
300.00 217. Spring Creek	
300.00 279. Ewen   	
600.00 309. HerElman 	
1,152.08 348. Outram  	
500.00 360. Ross, No. 1	
753.50 361. Ross, No. 2 	
966.54 409. Vanderhoof (trestle). No. 1.
350.00 410. Vanderhoof (trestle). No. 2.
225.22 ♦Bridges sundry 	
350.00
732.05
$744.95
99.73
855.84
343.50
425.00
250.00
620.00
225.00
284.62
399.50
250.00
100.00
900.00
350.58
402.50
394.40
72.05
900.00
58.42
120.75
52.50
80.00
60.00
750.00
668.47
598.83
70.14
70.16
321.00
Total     $24,692.64
Prince Rupert District.
$350.00
400.00
460.00
750.00
3,200.00
Bridge Reg. No.
14. Dawn Hill	
19. Miller Creek ..
23. Sangon River
24. Spence Creek
43. Dyson Creek ..
$710.00
470.00
55.00
115.69
313.05
* Units upon which less than $50 has been expended. STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
P 87
Prince Rupert District, Bridges—Continued.
Bridge Reg. No.
57. Queen Charlotte City-Skide-
gate Road   $2,165.78
58. Bridge over creek on Queen
Charlotte City—Skidegate
Road  1,142.34
59. Jedway    87.65
Revelstoke
Bridge Reg. No.
2. Beaton   $74.26
6. Beaton-Camborne Road   63.34
8. Beaton-Camborne Road   62.65
10. Beaton-Camborne Road   70.06
11. Beaton-Camborne Road   91.56
24. Big Bend Road   367.55
32. Big Bend Road   51.00
36. Big Bend Road  56.85
37. Big Bend Road   61.60
—   19-Mile, Big Bend Road Extension    563.44
39. Pool Creek   130.32
40. Fish River   556.09
08. Kelch (Craigellachie)   77.39
80. Revelstoke-Arrowhead   Road 2,586.23
•87. Revelstoke-Arrowhead   RoaEl
(slough)   219.50
88. Revelstoke-Arrowhead   Road 179.38
97. Ulecillewaet    River    (Revelstoke East Road)    65.75
100. Ulecillewaet    River    (Revelstoke South Road)   118.18
Bridge Reg. No.
60. Osland's, Smith Island (foot)
61. Oona River (foot) 	
♦Bridges sundry 	
$316.68
521.58
40.89
Total   $11,098.66
District.
Bridge Reg. No.
101. Revelstoke South Road  $124.74
103. Revelstoke West Road   127.38
122. Crazy   Creek    (Revelstoke
West Road)  ...  66.15
123. Eagle River (North Fork).... 119.30
125. Revelstoke West Road   75.06
132. Eagle River   675.91
139. Eagle River  (Sicamous-
Bowie Road)     214.35
214. Beatrice Trail   68.25
215. Beatrice Trail  65.00
216. Beatrice Trail   150.13
211. Beatrice Trail   61.06
   Bigmouth  Creek   (Big  Bend
Main Trail)   200.00
296. Granite Creek (Downie Creek
Trail)     169.25
Snow service   772.19
♦Bridges sundry   978.31
Total   $9,262.23
Bridge Reg. No.
4. Sea Island
— Eburne	
Richmond-Point Grey District.
♦Bridges sundry
$811.01
7,765.38 Total ..
$23.70
Bridge Reg. No.
6. Castlegar-Trail	
39. Trail-Rossland Old Road
Bridge Reg. No.
9. Boulton Creek 	
12. Blanchflower  	
17. Campbell Creek, No. 5
24. Chase Creek, No. 4	
29. Chase-Squilax, No. 1 ...
30. Chase-Squilax, No. 2 ...
54. Kelso  	
55. Kinghorn	
59. Mad River	
60. Manson   	
06. Miller, No. 66	
Rossland-Trail District.
♦Bridges sunElry
$64.76
98.75 Total ..
Salmon Arm
$399.68
150.65
199.00
200.00
299.17
200.00
209.00
498.64
700.00
394.25
65.98
District.
Bridge Reg. No.
71. Monte Creek, No. 4	
74. MeMurphy (suspension)
76. Moore 	
77. Napius 	
80. Pritchard   	
83. Ross Creek 	
84. Salmon Arm, No. 1 	
86. Salmon Arm, No. 3 	
88. Salmon Arm, No. 2	
89. Scarf  	
90. Scotch Creek 	
$8,600.09
$35.05
$198.56
$60.00
438.98
254.75
310.00
559.16
185.86
196.80
2,199.82
2,796.47
100.00
859.25
* Units upon which less than $50 has been expended. P 88
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1926-27.
Salmon Arm District, Bridges—Continued.
Bridge Reg. No.
96. Shuswap 	
98. 6-Mile Creek	
99. Skookumchuek   	
123. Stillwater Flats, No. 17
132. Stillwater Flats, No. 27 ..
135. Sweedall's 	
152. Wright's   	
$799.61
260.00
490.45
110.00
130.00
150.00
99.86
Bridge Reg. No.
153. Fish Creek-China Valley
Road 	
154. Sallenbeck   	
♦Britlges sundry 	
$110.00
285.74
42.39
Total     $13,755.51
Bridge Reg. No.
47. 5-Mile, No. 6 ......
87. Tulameen—Summit City Road
103. OsE>yoos 	
134. Princeton-Otter Lake 	
145. South Keremeos 	
Similkameen District.
Bridge Reg. No.
161. Tulameen-Summit City, No. 3
♦Bridges sundry	
$81.00
232.80
92.20
135.65
150.00
Skeena
$75.00
253.26
Total       $1,019.91
Bridge Reg. No.
1. Alwyn Creek,
No. 1      $1,379.96
Alwyn Creek, No. 2
Bulkley-Telkwa	
Cedar River 	
Dry Creek 	
50. Haguelgate 	
52. Hynes Settlement ..
57. Kitwancool 	
71. Maroon Creek 	
Remo Slough 	
Smithers  	
Usk-Vanarsdol   	
Terrace   	
Date Creek 	
(.
14.
30.
88.
98.
123.
135.
138.
239.85
250.00
537.40
78.75
448.67
149.88
500.00
225.00
749.44
724.90
149.44
75.00
150.00
District.
Bridge Reg. No.
147. Lome Creek 	
148. 8-Mile 	
149. Schufer's 	
150. Anchor 	
151. Tower	
152. Hulbert	
153. Lappley	
154. Atwood   	
157. Zimacord Slough, No.
159. Braun's Island	
♦Bridges sundry 	
$125.00
325.00
223.29
460.00
1,150.00
810.00
700.00
850.00
150.00
250.00
199.90
Total    ...   $10,901.48
Bridge Reg. No.
97. Dry  Gulch  	
21. Hydraulic Creek
30. Mill Creek, No. 6
45. Shoot Creek 	
South Okanagan District.
Bridge Reg. No.
$226.25
200.00
193.50
107.29
67. Scotty Creek, No. 1
♦Brklges sundry 	
$248.72
192.90
Total      $1,168.66
Bridge Reg. No.
    Cable-bridge across  river  at
Yale          $125.25
1. Harrison Slough   272.64
36. Hope       4,274.21
78. Spences Bridge
81. Moran   	
83. Martell	
91. No name 	
92. No name 	
93. No names 	
Yale District,
Bridge Reg. No.
94. No names ...
131. Collettville  .
132. Middlesboro
134. Cemetery 	
223. Blair 	
224. HammoiiEl ...
♦Bridges sunilry ...
74.90
598.80
489.89
524.40
663.65
2,187.96
Bridges generally.
.,605.35
74.78
64.86
448.7S
265.56
295.08
181.90
Total    $13,148.01
Expenditure
3,224.11
♦ Units upon which less than $50 has been expended. STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
P 89
PROTECTION
OF RIVER-BANKS.
xVtlin—Kitsault River	
$7,499.31
Chilliwack—
Fraser River 	
                         $3,000.00
VeElder River 	
         68.00
3.068.00
399.74
Columbia—Tobv Dam 	
Cranbrook—St. Mary River .   .
2,018.95
Fernie—Fernie Annex  	
999.71
Lillooet—Pemberton Meadows Road 	
1,997.45
Mackenzie—
Hagensborg   	
     $964.96
Bella Coola 	
       209.65
1,174.61
Omineca—Bulklev River  (at Houston)  	
1,336.39
Revelstoke—Columbia River Bridge 	
374.98
Yale—Merritt 	
982.28
Total	
$19,851.42
ROAD MACHINERY.
Alberni District 	
$6,842.47
Kamloops District 	
Kaslo-Slocan District
$11,137.14
1,589.50
Cariboo District	
7,167.39
2,583.46
Columbia District 	
Lillooet District 	
11,047.34
Comox District	
2,922.00
Nelson District	
3,216.00
Cowichan-Newcastle District 	
2,890.29
North Okanagan District 	
4,293.00
Cranbrook District 	
11,932.00
Salmon Arm District 	
2.849.00
Creston District .
2,601.75
5,460.70
2.922.00
3,952.50
Delta District 	
Skeena District 	
2,662.71
Fernie District 	
South Okanagan District  	
7,093.69
Fort George District	
11,317.16
Yale District	
7,864.81
Grantl Forks-Greenwood District..
Islands Oistriet   __
2,604.29
11.609.15
Total        $126,558.35
MAINTENANCE OF
MAIN TRUNK ROADS.
Columbia—
Grand Forks-Greenwood—
Road—Kootenay-Columbia
Kettle River  (West Fork)   	
$4,749.73
River 	
$2,591.74
Vernon-Edgewootl 	
249.50
Comox—
GraiKl Forks-Summit	
700.00
Retaining-wall, Courtenay	
695.00
Grand Forks-Cascade 	
300.00
Cranbrook—
Islands—
Trans-Provincial Highway, No. 1
2,000.00
1,308.64
Cranbrook-Kimberley Road 	
700.00
Kaslo-Slocan—
Creston—
Kaslo-New Denver 	
298.20
Creston-Kuskanook	
1,371.14
Lillooet—
Nelson-U.S. Bountlarv 	
996.79
Lillooet-Lvtton	
4,988.74
Delta-
Mackenzie—
Pacific Highway	
59.27
Tatlayoko Lake	
497.50
Dewdney—
Nanaimo—
Road at head of Burrard Inlet
Island Highway 	
0.505.58
(Port Moody)               	
87.66
North Okanagan—
Esquimalt—
Kelowna 	
202.12
Surveys 	
1,292.13
North Vancouver—
Main Sooke 	
328.13
Marine Drive	
1,424.61
Fernie—
Richmond-Point Grey—
Trans-Provincial Highway
Kootenay-Columbia	
Kootenay-Columbia, No. 94 	
4,151.93
200.00
1,326.81
Imperial Street	
386.12
344.25
Marine Drive	
278.89 P 90
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT. 1926-27.
MAINTENANCE OF MAIN TRUNK ROADS—Continued.
Rossland-Trail—
Trail-Rossland      $3,994.04
Salmon Arm—
Kamloops-Salmou Arm  999.75
Kamloops-Vernon         1,000.00
Similkameen—
1-Mile          9,841.13
Skeena—
Lakelse  999.87
Kitsumgallum Lake       1,499.77
Tale-
Harrison Hot Springs	
Yale—Continued.
Cariboo Road (at Mile 6)  	
Watchman (at Yale) 	
Cariboo (patrol system)  	
Danger-signs 'and  special permit
plates  	
Credit, special permits
Total 	
499.88
WHARVES.
Dewdney—Ferry-slip, Pitt River	
Esquimalt—Mill Bay Ferry 	
Prince Rupert—Cow Bay-Launch Harbour
Total 	
PRINCE RUPERT WHARF.
Reconstruction 	
Maintenance and repairs
$1,263.28
369.75
2,495.03
810.74
$61,807.72
792.00
$61,015.72
$99.00
532.47
318.33
$949.80
$24,394.28
6,70744
Total     $31,101.7$
LAUNCH.
' L. & H."
CONTINGENCIES.
Expenditure .
$2,869.52
$6,013.22
STEAMBOATS, FEEEIES, AND BEIDGE-TENDEKS.
(Vote 252.)
Ferry—
Agassiz-Rosedale	
Alexandria	
Arrow Park (east and west)
Avbla	
Barnston Island 	
Bechtel 	
Big Bar	
Birch Island 	
Black Pool	
Braeside 	
Bridge River	
Cariboo	
Castlegar 	
Cedarvale	
Chilliwack-Harrison	
Chinook Cove	
Clearwater Crossing 	
Copper City	
Crown Mountain 	
$20
1
,306.69
602.69
131.62
394.07
,599.45
49.00
,326.06
,407.37
,080.95
849.30
175.00
639.01
288.41
092.48
,200.00
930.22
,516.30
,044.42
350.25
Ferry—Continued.
Croydon	
         $360.00
Donald  	
           749.45
Ducks 	
937.95
East Summerland
        1,090.00
Finmoore 	
1,053.47
Fort Fraser	
        1,023.01
Francois Lake	
       7,118.63
Goldstream 	
1,393.70
Gravel's  	
          669.22
Grease Harbour	
600.00
Hall's Landing 	
        1,904.90
Harrop—Long Beach     	
       3,289.42
Hazelton	
        1,780.46
High Bar 	
        1,306.98
Hulatt	
        1,853.38
Indian Reserve No. 3 	
2,439.95
Isle de Pierre 	
        1,298.96
Kelowna—Westbank	
      53,058.04
Kitwanga 	
1,045.84 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
P 91
STEAMBOATS, FERRIES, AND BRIDGE-TENDERS—Continued.
Ferry—Continued.
Kootenay R. Reclamation Farm $2,004.88
Ladner-Woodward    68,206.20
Lytton  1,048.40
Mission   15,178.79
Mount Olie  (North Thompson) 1,206.44
McAlister   1,552.80
McLure Station  795.39
Needles-Fauquier ,.. 1,307.46
Nelson   7,599.21
Pacific  723.16
Parson     83.20
Pavilion    979.23
Pemberton   499.65
Quesnel  2,591.44
Reino  2,800.73
Ronyan   124.20
Shelley   3,087.20
Soda Creek   1,613.64
Sorrento-Scotch Creek  3,556.94
Squilax-Little River  1,326.05
Ferry—Gontin ued.
Takla	
Taylor Flats	
12-Mile (Arrowhead Road) 	
Usk  	
Vavenby 	
Vinsulla 	
Woodjam 	
Bridge-tenders—
Canoe Pass 	
Eburne 	
Kamloops 	
Pitt River	
Steamboat subsidies—
Arrowhead-Beaton 	
Shuswap Lake $6,485.10
Less Dominion grant  3,000.00
Contingencies—Expenditure
$123.86
4,324.13
1,920.40
1,655.65
949.10
771.40
59.50
1,305.63
3,360.00
500.04
1,490.00
3,900.00
3,485.10
74.97
Total  $265,161.44
"MINES DEVELOPMENT ACT."
Alberni-                                                           <VoTE 202'>
Trail-
Big Interior   $150.00
Black Prince  100.00
Atlin—
Road—
Atlin-Silver Lead Mine  $2,500.00
Bush Mines   1,399.34
Dunwell   9,190.50
Emperor Mines   2,999.72
Esperanza  - C  350.00
Red Point Group  500.00
Trail-
Blue Bell Group   100.00
East Fork of Cascade Creek  _ 1,559.38
Engineer Mine-Gold Gate   2,485.74
Glacier Creek  2,000.00
Homeguard Group   150.00
LaRose Mine   1,000.00
Marmot River   500.00
Marmot River to Forks   7,000.00
Missouri   1,500.00
Racehorse  _  500.00
Toric-Silver Bow   150.00
West Forks of Kitsault River  ;  300.00
Cariboo—
Road—
Cottonwood-Barkerville   $50.00
Cunningham  Creek  ;  648.95
Downey Pass Creek   100.35
$250.00
34,184.68 " MINES DEVELOPMENT ACT "—Continued.
Cariboo—Contin tied.
Road—Continued.
Dragou Creek   $18.33
French Snowshoe Creek   27.50
Guyet Placer Claim   100.00
Hixon Creek   496.55
Kafue Dredge, Antler Creek  92.00
Keithley    -  822.68
Keithley to North Fork Quesnel   121.88
Likely and Rose Gulch  200.00
Likely-Spanish Lake  _.... 150.00
Likely to Cedar Creek   201.68
Quesnel Dam to mouth of Cedar Creek   498.32
Trail-
Antler Creek   36.00
Campbell and Delhanty  _......  350.00
Cottonwood-Ahbau Lake  200.00
Spanish Mountain   49.69
Yank's Peak   300.50
Columbia—      $4,464.43
Road-
Boulder Creek  $123.50
Hot Punch   300.00
Lead Queen Mine   1,035.57
Old Ptarmigan Mine  -  91.50
Paradise Mine   249.74
Toby Creek    498.37
Trail-
Bugaboo Creek   274.13
Copper  Creek   -  149.60
Crystal Creek   298.75
Nettie M. Mine  247.50
Outcrop and Outlet  -  249.75
Porcupine and Quartz  ' 400.00
Toby Creek _  438.04
Vermont Creek   113.25
i    Vermont Creek, No. 156  _  350.00
Comox—        4,819.70
Trail—Jeune Landing-Alice  Lake         8,500.00
Cranbrook—
Road—
Aurora Mine   $200.00
Perry Creek  -  8.45
Trail-
Belleville     148.00
Hellroaring -  250.00
Creston—  2,406.45
Road—
Alice Mine   $225.00
Arnold Group  100.00
Black Jack Group  200.00
Goodenough  _  600.00
Molly Gibson   196.50
Old Ymir and Summit   75.00
Paradise Claim   75.00
Porcupine Creek   1,203.41
Silver Reef   99.37 " MINES DEVELOPMENT ACT "—Continued.
Creston—Continued.
Roatl—Continued.
Yankee Girl-Dundee Road   $199.87
Ymir Mine   100.00
Trail—
Abalone Group   50.00
Aspen   100.00
Cultus Creek   150.00
Euphrates Group  -  397.75
Humming Bird   300.00
Hunter V. Mine _..  249.62
Kokanee Lake   25.00
LaFrance Creek  _  200.00
Mogue    50.00
Salmo-Consolidated    50.00
Sitkum Creek   100.00
Smallwood's   150.00
 $4,896.52
Esquimalt—
Road—Sunloch Mines        2,100.00
Fort George—
Road—Canyon Coal-mine        2,475.00
Grand Forks-Greenwood—
Road-
Crescent Mine   $75.00
Wallace Mountain   1,999.15
Wellington Mine   250.00
        2,324.15
Kamloops—
Road—North Fork of Barriere River  $2,851.01
Trail—
Clearwater   733.92
Gold Hill   200.00
Minnesota Girl  24.94
Minnesota Girl-Lydia Mine   49.86
Raft River   148.00
 4,007.73
Kaslo-Slocan—
Road—
Caledonia Mine   $200.00
Charleston Group   600.00
Crawford Creek   349.25
Echo Mine  149.75
Edgewood-Vernon-Lightning Peak   4,899.67
Ferguson-10-Mile   .'...—  294.00
4-Mile Creek   249.61
Galena Farm Mine  112.26
Kaslo-New Denver  2,991.42
Main Kaslo-Three Forks Highway   76.50
10-Mile Creek  900.00
Utica Mines   151.88
Trail-
Bismarck  58.00
Canadian Group   77.50
Canyon-Magnet Claim   75.00
Cascade Creek _  49.37
Fry Creek   392.99 -A. 3L» -A. S 3K..A.
As af September 1927
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS P 94 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1926-27.
" MINES DEVELOPMENT ACT "—Continued.
Kaslo-Slocan—Continued.
Trail—Continued.
Gertrude-Upper Duncan River  $100.00
Golden Crown Mine   49.69
Hall Creek   168.50
Jenkins   99.50
Lardeau River (west)  _  65.00
Lavina Mine  508.00
Mammoth Mine   250.00
Mohawk-12-Mile Creek   50.00
Poplar Creek  _  49.75
Robb Creek   63.75
Silver Glance   44.00
Silver Cup   100.37
Stanley Basin   98.25
Sunset Mine   125.00
Tenderfoot Creek  _  49.75
Wellington   100.00
Woodbury Creek  97.50
 ■  $13,646.26
Lillooet—
Road—
Cable Ferry   $250.00
Pioneer Mine  _  395.50
Soda Lakes .  248.75
Universal Mines   250.00
Trail—
Ashloo Creek   499.50
Goat Creek (east side)  _  399.25
Lillooet River-Tenquille Creek  599.47
McGillivray Creek   63.00
Mile 71, P.G.E. Rly :  647.40
Whitewater  200.00
 —      3,552.87
Mackenzie—
Trail-
Dean Channel  $2,853.89
Leckie    250.00
       3,103.89
North Okanagan—
Trail—Sugar Lake   400.00
Omineca—
Burns Lake   $500.00
Grouse Mountain   250.00
Red Top Group-Topley  500.99
Trail-
Dome Mountain-Telkwa   123.75
General Holding   1,000.00
Manson Creek   1,916.25
Mickey Group   100.00
Owen Lake   499.67
Prince Rupert—
Trail—
Lockeport      $150.00
Porcher Island        182.50
4,890.66
332.50 $1,178.33
2,996.68
6,924.75
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. P 95
" MINES DEVELOPMENT ACT "—Continued.
Revelstoke—
Trail-
Beatrice     $235.26
Carnes Creek   79.63
Downie    35.00
Fish River   74.69
McCullough Creek   100.00
Poole Creek   122.50
Scout   35.00
Silver Creek  496.25
Salmon Arm—
Road—Homestake Mine  $1,496.93
Trail—Cotton Belt Mine   1,499.75
Similkameen—
Road-
Nickel Plate   $499.75
Tulameen  6,000.00
Trail-
North Fork of Granite Creek  200.00
Siwash Creek     225.00
Skeena—
Road—
Duthie Mines-Smithers  $1,018.97
Duthie Mines  979.21
Kitsumgallum    198.75
Main Telkwa River   149.37
Nine-mile Mountain   6,497.39
Telkwa Collieries  2.999.30
12-Mile Cabin-Hunter Basin   349.36
Victory Group   249.91
Trail—
Bonner-Homestake     98.25
Cedarvale  250.00
Chimdemash     249.99
Chimdemash Creek-Usk  -199.40
Driftwood  Creek    748.25
Empire Group   99.37
Harvey Group   100.00
Kitnayakwa River   199.50
Kleanza Creek-Usk   199.26
Legate Creek   499.65
Little Beaver River  750.00
Little Joe   500.00
Silver Bow Group   150.00
Silver Lake  196.74
South Fork of Telkwa River   148.90
Thornhill Mountain  300.00
Yale-
Road—
Azela Mineral Claim   $152.00
Camford   150.00
Hamilton Creek  50.00
17,431.57 " MINES DEVELOPMENT ACT "—Continued.
Yale—Con t inued.
Trail-
Galena Mineral Group      $200.00
Siwash Creek     1,200.00
     $1,752.00
Total  $126,638.17
BUILDING LOANS.
"B.C. Loan Act, 1922," Chap. 46, Sec. 6  (a).
Mental Hospital, Essondale—
Acute Building  $763.20
Cottages   7,204.71
Power-house   8.96
New barns and silo   17,983.17
Tranquille Sanatorium  2,895.06
Cumberland Court-house   110.00
Smithers Court-house   4,580.99
Duncan Court-house  9,103.15
Clinton Court-house   1,745.95
Courtenay Lockup  2,969.00
Biological Station, Prince Rupert   4,928.05
Fish Warehouse, Prince Rupert   19.80
$52,312.04
Refund, Prince Rupert Court-house   204.02
Total   $52,108.02
"B.C. Loan Act, 1923," Sec 6 (c).
Mental Hospital, Essondale—
Cottages   $1,360.95
Colony Farm  8,083.64
Mental Home, Colquitz—Laundry   5,264.42
Mental Home, Saanich—
Alterations     8,412.63
Furnishings  2,614.66
Boys' Industrial School—
Gymnasium   6,986.57
Complete roads  2,493.05
Girls' Industrial School—
New Laundry equipment  1,083.00
Playground  .'  395.30
Tranquille Sanatorium—■
Cottage   3,230.00
Female Boarding-house   20,601.68
Tranquille Farm—Beef-barn   2,610.04
Water-supply     44,102.96
Furnishings   4,861.22
Nanaimo Court-house  1,115.93
New Westminster Court-house  4,730.81
Smithers Court-house   1,808.80
Vancouver Court-house  1.050.00
Ashcroft Court-house   51.00
Fish-packing Warehouse  4,376.50 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
P 97
"B.C. Loan Act, 1923," Sec. 6 (c)—Continued.
Kamloops Gaol   $3,041.91
Blue River Lockup  8,000.05
Burns Lake Lockup   64.48
Mission Lockup   445.50
Natal Lockup   5,696.70
Kimberley  583.37
Old Drill Hall  3,444.39
King's Printer  1,523.35
Barkerville   121.09
Total  $148,154.00
CAPITAL ACCOUNT.
STATUTORY EXPENDITURE.
"B.C. Loan Act, 1924," Sec 6 (6)—Roads and Bridges.
Cariboo—Fraser River Bridge   $442.45
Cranbrook—Kimberley, cement sidewalks  150.45
Creston—Trail-Rossland  114.75
Richmond-Point Grey—
Eburne Bridges   10,503.41
General engineering   1,387.47
Less credits— $12,598.53
Chilliwack       $13.75
Cranbrook    1,057.83
       1,071.58
Total     $11,526.95
"B.C. Loan Act, 1925," Sec 6
Alberni—
Tofino-Ucluelet    $11,989.69
Canadian Highway   5,535.03
Central Lake  3,488.90
Coombs Bridge   5,929.32
Lagoon Road Extension  4,080.06
Spruce River Bridge   1,495.53
Atlin—
Beaver River  11,000.00
Marmot River  7,998.80
Alice Arm   1,996.05
Telegraph-Dease Lake  14,971.13
Stewart-Hyder  19,499.88
Stewart-Telegraph Creek   1,546.55
Burnaby—
Grandview Highway   14,303.92
Hastings-Barnet    7,883.08
Cariboo—
Quesnel River Bridge   80,762.47
Cariboo Main   13,434.40
Chilcotin Main   2,999.23
Lone Butte-Bridge Lake  2,500.00
.14
3,000.00
999.35
3,984.23
4,930.74
81.00
82.00
(a)—Roads and Bridges.
Cariboo—Continued.
Green Lake-Lone Butte 	
Cariboo   (reconstruction)   	
Springhouse-Williams Lake ....
Australian Bridge 	
Chilliwack—
Provincial Highway 	
Dyke Bridge, No. 17	
Porter Bridge, No. 18	
Columbia—
Golden-Yoho Park     103,256.02
Brisco        7,153.85
Kootenay-Columbia River, No. 1      7,495.02
Hanging Glacier Trail        2,198.72
West Side, No. 2        8,998.82
Mount Hunter Bridge       2,385.62
Foster's Bridge       3,481.27
Comox—
Island Highway       18,844.37
Salmon River         5,573.01
Hardy Bay-Coal Harbour      16,079.43
Sack's Crossing Bridge         7,461.35 "B.C. Loan Act, 1925," Sec. 6 («)-
Comox—Continued.
Cumberland   $7,815.86
Secondary highway, Cumberland 88.63
Secondary highway, Courtenay.. 620.78
Primary highway, Courtenay ..'.. 1,129.21
Cowichan-Newcastle—
Duncan Wagon-bridge   13,366.58
Quamichan Lake Road   1,217.11
South Wellington   2,629.95
Island Highway (Cowiehan Municipality)    6,951.29
Island Highway  (Duncan-Telegraph Creek)    9,377.18
Cranbrook—
Cranbrook-Kimberley  20,913.62
Intel-provincial Highway  13,953.60
Kimberley streets  2,799.39
Skookumchuek Settlers'  193.38
St. Mary Lake   420.26
St. Eugene Hospital   14.25
Kingsgate Bridge  8,847.30
Creston—
Arrow Creek   11,339.72
Nelson-Castlegar   14,457.32
Trail-Fruitvale Cut-off  16,578.32
Nelson-Balfour  4,997.50
AElams-Gray Creek   461.28
Filmer-Canyon City   298.31
Levesque-Erickson       399.94
Robson-Wynndel   109.50
Stocks-Jackson     344.25
Kitchener Townsite   499.85
Queen's Bay-Ainsworth   2,677.79
Greenwood   245.24
Creston (west)   1,196.20
Thompson  488.49
Gravelling road, Nelson to Ymir 5,997.76
Falls Creek Bridge   190.94
Aylmer Bridge   1,991.71
Shoreacres Bridge   32,678.33
Walker's Bridge   13,665.06
Delta—Scott Road  4,039.21
Dewdney—
Kanaka Creek  3,960.04
Deroche-Harrison   47,082.60
Kanaka Creek Diversion   63.20
Dewdney Trunk  14,566.55
Dewdney Trunk   (west side of
Stave)   489.80
Dewdney Bridge over Nicomen
Slough o  77.20
Esquimalt—
Parkinson Extension   213.91
Botanical Trail   908.20
Rainbow  1.525.40
Gillespie Extension   1,608.63
-Roads and Bridges—Continued.
Esquimalt—Continued.
Shawnigan Lake (west)   $1,895.98
Main Sooke   5,376.20
Church  105.45
Solarium     629.25
Meredith's   315.40
Sooke-Cooper's Cove  937.34
Parsons Bridge  26.65
Happy Valley Road   1,487.36
Metchosin     2,244.68
Colwood   3,337.69
Island Highway   19,600.32
Fernie—
Corbin   5,009.48
McBain's Lake   4.970.32
Kootenay-Columbia River Highway   6,967.95
Trans-Provincial Highway   1,004.83
Elk Valley  489.00
Maus Creek   3.75
Trans-Provincial   Highway   Diversion    584.47
Fort George—
Cariboo Road (gravelling)   23,001.19
Fort George-Hazelton  8,495.22
Prince George-Giscome   8,040.47
McBride-Dunster  2,992.15
Aleza Lake  3,043.16
R.A. 11 (Peace River)   698.80
Rolla-Fort St. John   5,499.40
Grande Prairie  800.00
McBride-Dunster  1,992.08
Bridge over Cutbank River   5,718.28-
Dome Creek Bridge  3.007.25
Grand Forks-Greenwood—Rock
Creek-Bridesville Summit  999.88
Islands—
Reconstruction   of  main   trunk
roads (Saltspring Island)  7,469.11
Rainbow   1.957.67
West Saanich   2,613.85
School Cross   1.966.89
East Saanich  2.001.76
Third Street, Sidney  2,000.31
Kamloops—
Kamloops-Chase  1,491.10
Kamloops-Nicola   1,438.60
Kamloops-Savona   1,999.20
North Thompson (east side)  1,999.87
North Thompson (west side)...; 1,499.39
Savona-Cache Creek   1,986.11
Universal shovel   1,458.48
Kaslo-Slocan—
Box Lake-Rosebery   46.278.79
Mclntyre's Landing  500.00
Queens Bay-Ainsworth   484.65 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
P 99
"B.C. Loan Act, 1925," Sec. 6 (a)
Kaslo-Slocan—Continued.
Slocan City-Silverton  $13,908.00
Kaslo-Ainsworth   4,997.00
Vallican Bridge (Slocan River) 13,264.55
Settlers' roads   6,454.63
Ainsworth-Queens Bay   23,234.53
Fauquier-Burton   4,999.50
Dog Creek Bridge   2,828.05
Lemon Creek Bridge  1,794.14
Lillooet—
Lillooet-Lytton  6,759.38
Hat Creek  12,096.94
Lillooet-Clinton   15,635.58
Garibaldi Park Trail  4,999.35
Cheakamus Bridge   12,905.87
Sechelt-Pender Harbour   1,995.19
Birkenhead Bridge  1,992.98
Mackenzie—
Powell River  9,999.74
Texada Island (Bell's)    1,961.29
Texada Island (wharf)   1,023.13
Powell River-Thunder Bay   12,072.03
Lasqueti Island Wharf   1,405.43
Bella Coola (gravelling)   3,497.96
Powell River  1,045.33
North Okanagan—
Dure Meadow   595.13
SmeElik   1,764.89
Vernon-Salmon Arm  2,001.05
Bobbie Burns Cut-off   1,463.44
Lamis   104.00
Deep Creek   599.24
Old Sicamous   119.50
Mallory   266.73
North Vancouver—
Collins  2,499.76
Marine Drive Extension  28,005.00
Mountain Highway  15,000.00
Omineca—
Fort George-Hazelton   15,867.76
Vanderhoof-Stuart Lake   8,732.67
Endako-Francois Lake   4,606.37
Colleymount Extension  2,989.67
Ootsa Lake  (east)    3,471.42
Woodmere School   970.59
Finmoore—Webber Lake  453.17
Prince Rupert—
Queen Charlotte-Skidegate  16,877.99
Port Clements-Tlell   24,480.70
Kaien Island   26,312.45
Cow Bay Crossing  332.37
New compressor, drills, etc  7,153.44
Road machinery   169.85
Revelstoke—
Big Bend   36,559.40
Austrian Settlement   3,44549
7
-Roads and Bridges—Continued.'
Revelstoke—Continued.
John Desloosenco's Ranch   $213.76
Blais-Coueffin   101.26
Otto Straga's Ranch   150.00
Sidmouth-Sproat   498.12
Arrowhead  3,085.62
Settlers' roads  1,273.92
Turner's Sleigh  200.00
Ulecillewaet Bridge  3,367.89
LaForme Creek Bridge  1,167.08
Rosslantl-Trail—
Trail-Castlegar    7,993.71
Rossland-Cascade   9,975.26
Blueberry Creek Bridge  3,765.00
Salmon Arm—
Kamloops-Salmon Arm   12,205.03
Robins Range   2,996.71
Harper Valley .  2,098.98
Similkameen—
Oliver-International Boundary.. 4,820.37
Penticton Municipality (primary
highway)    3,485.91
South Okanagan Land Project.. 107.75
Skeena—
Telkwa Coal-mine   1,743.54
, Smithers-Moricetown   20,000.00
Kispiox (west)   4,956.00
Terrace-Usl'   9,999.90
Hazelton-Skeena Crossing  5,044.00
Skeena   Crossing-Cooper  River
(survey)   1,498.87
Cedar River Bridge  263.55
South Okanagan—
T. Bulman   1,499.78
Joe Riche (Huckle Diversion).. 1,500.00
Belgo Subdivision   1,988.00
McKenzie   1,498.33
Lake Shore   5,082.71
Hydraulic Creek  1,495.89
Lake Shore-Peachland  1,018.64
Rutland Packing-house   500.00
Lake Shore-Summerland  2,S25.33
Kelowna-Westbank Ferry Landing   15,932.38
Powers Creek Bridge   3,315.02
South Vancouver—Fraser   223.00
Yale—
Deroche-Harrison   38,204.58
Cariboo (Lytton-Boothroyd)  151,350.10
Cariboo (Hope-Yale)   21,066.63
Cariboo (Hope-Rosedale)   83,401.55
Cariboo   (Lytton-Spences
Bridge)   12,624.96
CatibOO (Fraser Canyon)   117,140.29
Cariboo   17,463.08
Kamloops-Merritt   2,487.70 P 100
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1926-27.
"B.C. Loan Act, 1925," Sec. 6(a)-
Yale—Continued.
Automatic signals   $5,293.96
Anderson River Bridge   10,042.77
Alexandra Bridge   58,811.78
Harrison River BriElge  35,864.40
Stoyoma Creek Bridge   13,168.48
Cisco Bridge   14,488.19
Siwash Creek Bridge   1,132.28
Nigger Bridge  600.18
-Roads and Bridges—Continued.
Yale—Continued.
American Bridge       $1,920.11
North Bend Bridge        3,693.84
$1,968,687.93
Less   refund,   Grand   Forks-
Greenwood District         3,018.74
Total  $1,965,669.19
MAINTENANCE AND REPAIRS TO GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS.
(Vote 253.)
Land Registry Office, Nelson   $58.00
Court-house, Victoria   1,539.83
Court-house, Chilliwack  79.15
Lockups   5,949.81
Nelson Gaol  62.47
Oakalla Prison Farm   3,481.49
Girls' Industrial School   4,238.51
Saanich Game Farm   156.63
Normal School, Vancouver   457.66
Normal School, Victoria  5,121.35
School for Deaf and Blind   717.24
Government Buildings—
Alberni  430.93
Anyox   97.86
Ashcroft  130.64
Clinton  231.95
Cranbrook   295.11
Duncan   1,023.73
Fernie   616.60
Fort Fraser   73.60
Golden     116.25
Greenwood  161.75
Kamloops   229.29
Kaslo     146.50
Lillooet   52.50
Merritt   226.84
Nanaimo  133.90
Nelson     589.04
New Westminster   607.91
Pouce Coupe   11.25
Prince George   1,080.87
Prince Rupert  3,670.83
Princeton   50.00
Quesnel  3,014.10
Revelstoke   995.80
Rossland     783.00
Smithers  365.07
Stewart     76.80
Telegraph Creek   10.00
Vancouver  11,032.39 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. P 101
MAINTENANCE AND REPAIRS TO  GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS—Continued.
Government Buildings—Continued.
Vernon    $705.40
Williams Lake   103.00
Nakusp   89.38
Mine-rescue Station, Fernie ....  175.95
Colony Farm, Essondale   5,626.08
Mental Hospital, Essondale   10,271.88
Mental Hospital, New Westminster   9,300.16
Mental Home, Saanich   5,281.37
Provincial Home, Kamloops   2,812.87
Tranquille Sanatorium    14,331.05
Tranquille Sanatorium Farm  843.53
Boys' Industrial School   8,378.71
Provincial Home for Incurables   1,354.52
150-Mile House, Engineer's Residence   148.46
Total  $107,529.07
SPECIAL WARRANT No. 2.
Weaver Creek Road      $5,000.00
"B.C. UNIVERSITY LOAN ACT, 1920," SEC. 7, SUBSEC. (1)   (B),
AND AMENDMENT ACT, 1925.
University Science Building  $16,543.39
University Library  3,003.30
University semi-permanent buildings   13,931.32
University electrical conduits   7,090.00
University electrical works  3,663.80
University kitchen equipment   642.00
University furniture equipment  3,859.60
University gas, water, and steam mains  37,300.45
University sewers   2,251.58
University dry-shed  3,979.93
University campus paving  44,073.40
University fire-hall and workshop  1,192.01
University Architect's and Plumbing Engineer's fees   8,692.93
Contingencies  4,483.10
$150,706.84
Less credit, aerial tramways        4,050.00
Total $146,656.84
STATEMENT OP EXPENDITURE.
Vote 244. Salaries and expenses, Minister's Office   $11,783.44
Vote 245. Salaries and expenses, Administration   61,099.00
Vote 246. Maintenance of Parliament Buildings and Grounds   100,130.02
Vote 247. Maintenance of Government House and Grounds  32,229.16
Vote 248. Salaries and expenses, District Engineers  :  56,043.61
Vote 249. Salaries and expenses, Steam-boiler Inspection and Electrical Inspection 9,549.06
Vote 250. Retiring allowance, H. H. Hobbis   420.00 P 102 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1926-27.
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE—Continued.
Vote 251. Roads, trails, and streets ..:. $1,423,050.79
Bridges        320,231.17
Protection to river-banks          19,851.42
Wharves   949.80
Prince Rupert Wharf         31,101.72
Road machinery        126,558.35
Launch  2,869.52
Contingencies   6,013.22
Maintenance, main trunk roads          61,015.72
 $1,991,641.71
Vote 252. Ferries       251,045.70
Vote 253. Maintenance of Government Buildings throughout the Province        107,529.07
Special Warrant No. 2. Weaver Creek Road   5,000.00
Vote 202. " Mines Development Act "  ,       126,638.17
"British Columbia Loan Act, 1922," chap. 46, subsec.  (a)           52,108.02
"British Columbia Loan Act, 1923," sec. 6 (c)        148,154.00
" British Columbia Loan Act, 1924 "         11,526.95
" British Columbia Loan Act, 1925 "     1,985,669.19
" B.C. University Loan Act, 1920," and Amendment Act, 1925       146,656.84
Total    $5,077,223.94 TENDERS.
P 103
TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED.
April 1st, 1926, to March 31st, 1927.
GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS.
Work and Tenderer.
Remarks.
Bubns Lake Lockup:
A. II. Brown	
H.  M,  Willson	
(Department estimate,
Kamloops Home, Silo :
IL J. Davies	
1,500. J
Duncan Court-house—Additions, etc
Tnrley Bros	
J. M. Campbell  (local man)	
Blue Rivek Foeestry Cottage and Lockup :
First call:
Kamloops Construction Co.  (cottage).
Kamloops Construction Co.  (lockup)...
(Considered too high.)
Second call:
A. Rodger  (cottage)	
A. Rodger (lockup)	
E.  C. LaTrace   (cottage).
E. C. LaTrace (lockup)...
New Westminster Court-house—Alterations :
Nye Construction Co	
■ Smith Bros. & Wilson	
.Tames Hyslop	
R. Buckland	
A. Rodger Contracting Co	
T.  Carson	
D.   Lightbody	
R. Bryson	
Tranquille :
Generating-set:
Bartholomew Montgomery & Co	
Bartholomew Montgomery & Co.   (alternative).
Bartholomew Montgomery & Co.   (alternative).
Vancouver Machinery Depot	
Vancouver Machinery Depot  (alternative) ,.
Canadian Fairbanks-Morse	
F. Sawtord	
F. Sawford (alternative)	
F. Sawford  (alternative)	
Canadian General Electric	
Canadian General Electric (alternative)	
Canadian General Electric (alternative)	
Canadian Westinghouse Co	
Canadian Westinghouse Co.   (alternative)	
Repairs, Bams, Gates, Curbs, etc.
Beef-cattle barn  (whole)	
Barn   (part)  	
Curbs and gates, driveway...
oVdministration   (porch)..	
Curbs of lawn	
Repairs	
Above tender of II.
.T. Davies only one received.
$8,850.00
8,053.00
1,265.00
0,536.00
0,750.00
2,425.00
7,200.00
2,500.00
6,550.00
1,805.00
7,405.00
4,561.00
5,300.00
5,400.00
6,146.00
7,100.00
7,200.00
7,250.00
7,338.60
9,786.00
10,272.00
11,189.00
10,107.50
11,027.00
11,795.00
13,209.00
12,069.00
12,894.00
13,064.00
14,669.00
14,370.00
13,461.00
11,750.00
3,088.00
2.600.00
1,125.00
750.00
650.00
5,796.00
Not awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded. P 104
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1926-27.
GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS—Continued.
Work and Tenderer.
Remarks.
Kamloops Gaol Residences (2) :
H.   J.   Davies	
Johnson & Co	
E. C. LaTrace	
F. Woodward	
Squamish Lockup :
E.  C.  LaTrace	
A. Rodger	
Printing Bureau  (Victoria) :
Art Stone:
Ryan Contracting Co	
Carter-Halls-Aldinger  Co	
Hodgson, King & Marble	
Parfltt Bros	
Haddington Island:
Ryan Contracting Co	
Hodgson, King & Marble....	
Parfltt Bros	
Tcrra-cotta:
Ryan Contracting Co	
Carter-Halls-Aldinger   Co	
Hodgson, King & Marble	
Parfltt Bros	
Basement:
Carter-Halls-Aldinger  Co	
Hodgson, King & Marble	
Parfltt Bros	
Clinton Government Building :
E. C. Fromey	
T. Carson	
A. Rodger Co	
Essondale—Colony Farm Barns, etc
A. C.  McDougall &  Sons	
A.  Rodger  Constracting  Co....
Nels Olund	
Smith Bros. & Wilson..	
W. Orr	
S. N. McLeod	
C. F. Robinson	
Nye Construction Co	
Salmon 4rm Hospital :
W. J. Reader	
T.  Carson	
E.  C.  LaTrace	
Baynes & Horie	
A. Rodger Contracting Co	
MacBeth & Miller	
Miller & Enslie	
Dore & Ryan	
Moir & Allan	
$6,896.00
6,608.00
0,840.00
8,435.50
1,480.00
1,744.00
111,000.00
112,629.00
117,768.00
122,075.00
118,500.00
124,983.00
130,575.00
113,500.00
114,629.00
120,858.00
126,202.00
10.614.00
15,386.00
19,000.00
12,831.75
12,840.00
13,800.00
19,900.00
20;869.0'0
21,000.00
21,198.00
22,222.00
23,5-92.60
23,600.00
23,842.00
15,685.00
16,780.00
16,982.50
17,887.00
19,845.00
10,944.00
20,548.00
21.600.00
22,238.00
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Not awarded.
UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Dry-kiln :
E. J. Ryan Contracting Co.
G. Snider Construction Co.
Smith & Egleston	
Baynes &. Horie	
$3,792.00
3,804.00
4,200.00
4,608.00
Awarded. TENDERS.
P 105
UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA— Continued.
Work and Tenderer.
Fire-hall and Workshops :
Adkison   &  Dill	
Nye Construction Co	
Moncrieff  &  Vistaunet	
E. H. Shockley	
A. Rodger Contracting Co	
H. P. Leek	
E. .1. Ryan Contracting Co	
Smith Bros. & Wilson	
Steam, Water, and Gas Distributing System (Theological Colleges)
(a.)  Entire Work as specified:
E. J. Ryan Contracting Co	
Murray Bros	
(id.)   Using Ric-Well System:
E. J. Ryan Contracting Co	
Murray Bros	
(c.)  Entire System as specified ending at Manhole L 1:
E. J. Ryan Contracting Co	
Murray Bros	
(d.)   Using Ric-Well System:
E. J. Ryan Contracting Co	
Murray Bros	
Amount.
,$18,490.00
20,297.00
20,370.00
20,301.00
20,473.00
21,657.00
21,879.00
21,302.00
39,078.00
37,173.00
39,767.00
36,623.00
24,359.00
23,240.00
24,986.00
21,731.00
Remarks.
Awarded.
Awarded.
SCHOOLS.
Mountain School—Addition :
Turley Bros	
(Department estimate, $2,500.)
Spences Bridge :
W. Orr	
T.  Carson	
A. Rodger Contracting Co	
E. C. LaTrace	
Tsolum :
Geo. Brethour	
T.  Carson	
R.   Little	
A. Rodger	
Upper Sumas :
Nels Olund	
Oscar Olund	
Wm. Orr	
A. Rodger	
Qualicum :
A.  H.  Fraser	
Turley Bros	
Rodger Contracting Co	
Michel :
Stone Rubble Walls:
Smith Bros. & Wilson	
Brick Walls:
Smith Bros. & Wilson	
A. Rodger Contracting Co	
Thomas  Carson	
$2,325.00
2,850.00
3,370.00
3,385.00
3,460.00
14,980.00
15,640.00
17,246.00
18,275.00
1,866.00
1,980.00
2,000.00
2,175.00
4.325.00
4,300.00
5,600.00
81,249.00
88.467.00
85,000.00
S9.000.00
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Not awarded. P 106
PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1926-27.
SCHOOLS—^Continued.
Work and Tenderer.
Amount.
Remarks.
Fort Fraser:
$4,130.20
4,748.00
4,450.00
5,128.00
5,350.00
6,050.00
6,990.00
5,750.00
9,980.00
12,643.00
6,940.00
6,985.00
0,524.00
11,000.00
Second call:
Third call:
E. C. LaTrace           	
Revised tender:
Field :
E.  C.  LaTrace                 	
ting   outbuildings).
Comox—Addition :
G. W. Edwards    	
FERRIES.
Kelowna—Hull and Engine :
Hoffar Marine Construction Co	
Star Ship Yard Co	
Burrard Dry Dock	
Hayman & Cluness	
Kelowna Ferry—Charter :
F. W. Fraser, Osoyoos	
E. A. Groleau, Vancouver	
Vince & Hunt, West Vancouver	
Cascade Freighting Co., Victoria	
S. H. Moore & Sons, Vernon	
J.  A.   Butter, Vancouver	
.7.   O.  Williams,  Vancouver	
Herd & Mellor, Victoria	
L. II. Fraser, Vancouver	
Okanagan Lake Boat Co., Summerland	
A. E. T. Raymer, Kelowna	
.7. I. Campbell & A. J. Jones, Kelowna	
Hoffar Marine Construction Co., Vancouver..	
Hayman  Bros.,  Kelowna	
R. N. Taylor, A'ancouver	
Department decided to operate this ferry; consequently no tender
accepted.
Ladner Woodward—Sale of Hull, S.S. " BEoiYER " :
A. J. Monk	
Pacific Fish Freezing Co	
N.   Lamken	
(Department's valuation, $300 to $400.)
Shuswap Lake Steamboat Subsidy :
' Subsidy for Operation on Five-year Charter, Ferry Serrlcc on Shusirap
Lake and Arms thereof:
Shuswap Transportation Co 	
$42,895.00
47,847.78
52.850.00
54,816.00
57,493.00
Subsidy asked.
None.
$200.00
1,000.00
3,000.00
3,000.00
3,200.00
4.000.00
4.00-0.00
5.O00.00
5.000.00
7.000.00
8.000.00
9.000.00
9,060.00
10.200.0-0
Amount.
$400.00
375.00
200.0-0
8,000 per an.
Awarded.
C.F.M. engine.
Union engine.
Awarded.
Awarded. TENDERS.
P 107
ROADS.
Work and Tenderer.
Amount.
Remarks.
Bituminous Material for Carpet Coat on Portions of Island
way, Metchosin Road, etc. :
Supplying and Spraying Tarvia " A ":
Barrett Co..  Ltd                                                          	
HlGH-
$1,724.80
Suppling and Spraying Tarvia " B":
Barrett Co., Ltd '.	
29,250.00
(Alternative.)    Liquid Asphalt (70c/o):
13,657.50
(Alternative.)    Liquid Asphalt (90%):
Barrett Co., Ltd.          	
17,030.00
(Alternative.)    Supplying Tarvia "A" f.o.b. Tank Cars:
Barrett Co., Ltd	
1,302.40
(Alternative.)    Supplying Tarvia " B " f.o.b. Tank Cars:
Barrett Co., Ltd.                                         	
21,450.00
(Alternative.)    Unloading  Tarvia  "A"  and  "B"  from  Tan
and Spraying:
Rm-rett Co.. Ltd  	
k   Cars
8,222.40
4,796.40
10,575.00
12,600.00
10,810.00
10,704.00
9,400.00
11,045.00
1,410.00
1,045.00
2,025.00
2,430.00
2,070.00
2,160.00
1,755.00
2,100.00
270.00
315.00
Bituminous Material for Carpet Coat on Portions of Island
way and Cumberland Road, in Vicinity of Courtenay,
Bay, and Cumberland :
Supplying and Spraying Tarvia " B ":
High-
Union
(Alternative.)    Supplying and Spraying Liquid Asphalt:
Barrett Co., Ltd	
(Alternative.)    Supplying Tarvia " B " f.o.b. Tank Cars:
Barrett Co., Ltd	
(Alternative.)    Unloading Tarvia " B " from Tank Cars and Spraying:
Barrett Co., Ltd.                             	
Bituminous Material for Carpet Coat on Portion of South Wellington Road :
Supplying and Spraying Tarvia " B ":
(Alternative.)    Supplying and Spraying Liquid Asphalt:
Barrett Co., Ltd	
(Alternative.)    Supplying Tarvia "B" f.o.b. Tank Cars:
Barrett Co., Ltd	
(Alternative.)    Unloading and Spraying Tarvia "B":
Barrett Co., Ltd	 P lOoS
PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1926-27.
110 AVS—Continued.
Work and Tenderer.
Amount.
Remarks.
Dewdney Trunk Road—Kanaka Creek Diversion :
A. B. Palmer Co., Ltd	
$11,703.80
12,540.20
13,468.80
15,051.40
16,252.00
20,495.40
W. P. Tierney & Co., Ltd	
Dawson, Wade & Co	
C. D. Collard              	
BRIDGES.
Dewdney Bridge over Nicomen Slough :
$9,518.28
9,807.78
9,991.76
10,318.07
12,803.26
44,156.75
45,393.00
45,717.70
45,945.50
46,079.50
48,878.50
56,920.35
18,422.70
19,911.30
21,127.30
21,925.20
23,017.70
Fraser River Pile Driving Co	
C.  G.   Shawcross           	
Quesnel River:
Pacific Engineers, Ltd	
Watson, Stewart & Kennedy         	
A'ancouver Pile Driving Co. (R. Moncrieff)	
A. Rodger Contract Co..'.               	
Shoreacres Bridge :
McCharles & McDougall	
Watson, Stewart & Kennedy	
Campbell & Walgren	
Bonthron & McDonald	
W. Greenlees	
VICTORIA,   B.C. :
Printed by Charles P. Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1027.
525-1227-9800 CLASSIFICATION OF HIGHWAYS.
Under Part III. of the " Highway Act," Chapter 103, R.S.B.C. 1924.
T
STATEMENT SHOWING HIGHWAYS, CLASSIFIED AS AT OCTOBER 31st, 1927.
CIIr0EDISIBICIMDNICIPiLITT
PRIMARY HIGHWAYS.
B^illfc' SECONDARY HIGHWAYS.
NAME 0, H.GHWA* AMP Rl_CE NUMBBB.
FROM            |
TO
Mileage.
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"
TO
Mileage.
Abbotsford, ViHage of	
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Alberni, City of.	
Trans-Provincial (V.I.)  (Canadian Highway)....    4a
City bay.. East Line, D.L. 14	
S. end, Victoria Quay, Rogers Creek	
1.70
Bearer Creek Roadl.'I                              II 39b
Intersection  Victoria  Quay  and  Johnson
a«oU2.-i£ft. °' BlTCr Bcnd Brldge across
1.80
Armstrong, City of	
Vernon-Salmon Arm Eoad  20a
S. bay., City of Armstrong	
E. bdy., City of Armstrong	
1.25
Armstrong-Salmon River Roaa  33b
Vernon-Salmon Arm Road	
N. bdy., City of Armstrong...: :	
0.90
Burnaby, Municipality of	
HaTttoS-Barnl' fif^^y^p^^sz'Si 3!!
iSSSSS l°oaaad <g§ K~er,
N^-th noXlic^."™"l^ ,yeHml'"8t!r)
til
ISS^IwS^'.™'::.:.:
22l
SnSlSlIHlflincouver,   !
ISSKeSfctreet
slso
Port George-Haselton Road  30a
u sa-i?0™Lake viiiag[''near Biocks
Wanay4iBUrnS Lake V"lage' "ear BI°CkS 4°
0.53
Burns Lake-Francois Lake Road  01a
PTl a}ndrfrHaZelt°n R°ad' near BI°CkS
W. bdy., Burns Lake Village, near Block 7	
0.18
ChiUiwack, Municipality of	
Trans-Provincial Highway (Yale Road)  12a
lu^S^w&ff^JE'My"chmiwack Mmiclpallty	
15.30
Vedder Mountain°Hlgh"wayl"3__L_....;, "/ZSjI 61b
lUii^i Oh,.,^   g
E^lecil'Flrans Provincial Highway (12a)
3.60
Coldstream, Municipality of	
Monashee Road (White Valley)  30b
N. bdy., Coldstream	
E. bay., Coiastream	
9.00
CoquMam^oad R°ad                             .                    26a
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No/th'RoIdZ.™ Westmmster -™
S^^~±^ZZZ
Courtenay, City of	
Island Highway (Parksville N.)     6a
N. bdy., City of Courtenay	
1.35
5robflao\daRoad.'mdUnlorS?ree':::... ::::   JS
mE* uiStaSK. b*  14, Comoi UMilet
o§fc^b^^^^f^Sl£«TKSiiS:
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0.21
lerattaRoad°(aw tio")	
ISs°o SSS                      :::::'::
IHfeikii^':*"':'"::"::
Trans-Provincial (V.I.)  (Island Highway)     2a
S. bdy., City of Duncan	
N.W. bay., City of Duncan	
1.50
E. limit, Craig Street, toj^^.^
fStrt^lt^ctt'y?™08"	
Enderby, City of	
Vernon-Salmon Arm Road  18a
S. bay., City of Enaerby	
N. bay., City of Enderby	
1.00
Grand Forks, City of	
Trans-Provincial Highway  22a
B(vbiayBou^aaaryV|oSa, ^oimAvenue, Win
.WreiWriagcSUc.t.andBiuir^^O.
2.50
Greenwood, City of	
Trans-Provincial Highway  19a
S. bay., City of Greenwooa	
N. bay., City of Greenwooa	
2.00
Kent, Municipality of	
Harrison-Agassis Road  40a
W. bay., Kent, at Harrison River Bridge..
Junction, Harrison Hot Springs Road	
9.33
Harrison Hot Springs Road  28b
Ferry Landing, Fraser River	
N. bdy., Municipality of Kent	
6.77
Langley, Municipality of	
Trans-Provincial Highway (Yale Road)    9a
W. bay., Langley Municipality	
E. bay., Langley Municipality	
10.75
Maple Ridge, Municipality of	
Dewdney Trunk and River Road  25a
v'i'rVV'u ', :,",,  , i'v1',1."', !i""',i!'ji ■       ■" "
14.50
Matsqui, Municipality of.	
Trans-Provincial^Highway (Yale Road)  10a
r^4|^|g|r;
I.' ena." l^tt^&S-'JppJSS^";^^
1:1
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Mission, Municipality of	
River Road and Ilatzlc Front Road	
.... 30A
W. bay., Mission Municipality	
E. bay.. Mission Municipality	
12.75
Mission. Village of, .....
S^^vS^fe^rstVeeE::::::::::::::::::::!!!
DewdniyTiSSkBfoa"'"IOn   ~.           ZZ
Briage" cnd?SN° approach   to   Fraser   River
Sj
North Cowiehan. Municipality of..
Trans-Provincial (V.I.)  (Island Highway)     3a
N.W. bdy.. City of Duncan C.	
N. bdy., North Cowiehan Municipality	
13.00
QuaithanL£akeERSa? '    ;".                                itl
Trans-rrovtaetl   {lij   [USSH B$£S)
Maple^afIth. ^9*™.*™^*/ -
4i25
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Peachland, Municipality of	
Peachland-Kelowna  16a
W. bdy., Peachlana Municipality  | E. bay., Peachland Municipality	
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