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PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
ANNUAL EEPOET
OF
THE PROVINCIAL GAME WARDEN
FOR   THE
TEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31ST
1922
PRINTED   BY
AUTHORITY OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.
VICTORIA, B.C.:
Printed by William H. Cullin, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1923.  To His Honour Walter Cameron Nichol,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour :
The undersigned has the honour to present the Eeport of Provincial Game
Warden for the year ending December 31st, 1922.
Attorney-General's Department,
Victoria, B.C., February 2nd, 1923.
A. M. MANSON,
Attorney-General. Provincial Game Warden's Office,
Victoria, B.C., January 31st, 1923.
Honourable A. M. Manson, K.C., M.P.P.,
Attorney-General, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I have the honour to submit herewith my Report for the year which ended
December 31st, 1922.
I have the honour to be,
Sir, •    .
Your obedient servant,
Wm. G. McMYNN,
Provincial Game Warden. TABLE OF CONTENTS.
Report—■ Page.
Summary  .'  7
Prosecutions    7
Pur-trade Regulations   7
Game Regulations, 1922    9
Accidents   11
Revenue    11
Appendix A.—Financial—
Revenue from Resident Firearms Licences from January 1st to May 31st, 1922   18
Revenue from Resident Firearms Licences from June 1st to December 31st, 1922 .... 14
Revenue from Non-resident Firearms Licences from January 1st to May 31st, 1922 ... 15
Revenue from Non-resident Firearms Licences from June 1st to December 31st, 1922 .. 16
Revenue from Big-game Trophy Fees from January 1st to December 31st, 1922   17
Revenue from Fur-traders' Licences and from Royalty or Tax on Fur from January
1st to May 31st, 1922    19
Revenue from Fur-traders' Licences and from- Royalty or Tax on Fur from June 1st
to December 31st, 1922   20
Revenue from Guides' Licences from January 1st to May 31st, 1922  13
Revenue from Guides' Licences from June 1st to December 31st, 1922  14
Revenue from Taxidermists' Licences from January 1st to May 31st, 1922  19
Revenue from Taxidermists' Licences from June 1st to December 31st, 1922  20
Particulars of Skins on which Royalty paid from January 1st to May 31st, 1922  21
Particulars of Skins on which Royalty paid from June 1st to December 31st, 1922  22
Appendix B.—Enforcement of the " Game Act "— £
Prosecutions    23
List of Skins confiscated  26
List of Firearms confiscated  2S
Disposition of Confiscated Skins  29
Accidents with Firearms    30
Appendix C—Officers and Guides—
List of Provincial Police Officers  31
List of Guides   34
Appendix D.—Regulations and Bounties—
Bounties paid during 1922   36
Game Regulations, 1922    37  REPORT FOR THE YEAR 1922.
In submitting this, the Eighteenth Annual Report of the Provincial Game Warden for the
year ending December 31st, 1922, I am very pleased to be able to state that this year has been
a very successful one both in respect to revenue and enforcement, the total amount derived
from the sale of game licences and from fees thereunder amounting to the sum of $178,205.39,
being $38,767.59 more than that derived from this source during, the year 1921, and $112,717.89
more than during the year 1917:' With reference to the enforcement, I beg to state that during
the year 1922 a total of 359 informations were laid, resulting in 317 convictions, under which
fines amounting to the sum of $7,275 were imposed and paid; 44 firearms being confiscated,
as well as the following pelts or skins: 224 beaver, 23 marten, 31 mink, 339 musk-rat, 10 weasel,
1 coyote, 1 lynx, 7 bear, 21 racoon, and 1% lb. of beaver castors.
Particulars in tabular form of all prosecutions under the " Game Act" during the year
1922 are given in Appendix B, page 23, of thia report, and similar, particulars relative to pelts
or skins and firearms confiscated are given on pages 26 and 28 respectively.
Full details as to the disposition of all pelts or skins confiscated during the year 1922 are
given In Appendix B, page 29, of this report.
On December 31st, 1922, the Provincial Police Force consisted of 153 officers, including all
ranks, which is 13 officers less than on December 31st, 1921, when the Force numbered 166.
During the last open game season, in addition to the 153 regular officers, 20 Special Constables
were employed for game-protection purposes.
Although I have already mentioned in a previous report—i.e., for the year 1919—the
extremely varied duties which the officers perform, I would like to again point out that, in
addition to the policing of the whole of the unorganized portions of the Province and the handling
of all prisoners committed to the higher Courts, Provincial Police officers perform the duties of
Sanitary Inspectors for the Department of Health; AVeed Inspectors and Brand Inspectors for
the Department of Agriculture; and collect a very considerable amount of revenue for the
Department of Finance under the " Game- Act," " Motor-vehicle Act," " Amusements Tax Act,"
" Sheep Protection Act," " Trade Licences Act," " Pool-rooms Act," " Poll-tax Act," etc., as well
as reporting on fires under the " Fire Marshal Act," and making investigations and reports for
other departments; all of these duties being carried on simultaneously with the enforcement of
the " Game Act" and other Provincial Acts.
A list of the Provincial Police officers on December 31st, 1922,- is given in Appendix C,
page 31, of this report.
A comparison of statistics in tabular form relative to prosecutions under the " Game Act"
and revenue derived from the sale of game licences and fees from 1917 to 1922, inclusive, is
given hereunder, and it is interesting to note the steady increase from year to year, particularly
in respect to revenue.
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FUR-TRADE REGULATIONS.
From January 1st, 1922, until September 24th, 1922, the royalty or tax payable by fur-
traders on the pelts or skins of fur-bearing animals, pursuant to section 30 of the " Game
Act," was as follows:— R 8
British Columbia.
1922
3. The royalty or tax to be paid by fur-traders on pelts or skins of fur^bearing animals, pursuant
to section 30 of the said " Game Act," shall be as follows:—
(«.)  On each bear   ?0 25    On each musk-rat  $0 05
beaver      1
coyote  	
fisher     2
fox, silver     5
fox, cross        1
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each.
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(6.) On each pelt or skin not specifically mentioned in these regulations, a royalty or tax equal
in amount to 5 per centum of the commercial value of the pelt or skin.
And on September 25th, 1922, the Fur-trade Regulations, 1920, as amended by Order in
Council No. 1033 on. July 26th, 192.1, were amended by striking out section 3 of the said
regulations, and substituting the following in lieu thereof:—
3. The royalty or tax to be paid by fur-traders on pelts or skins of fur-bearing animals, pursuant
to section 30 of the said " Game Act," shall be as follows:—
(a.) On each bear   $0 25'   On each mink   $0 25
beaver  1 00
fisher     2 00
fox, silver     5 00
fox, cross   1 00
fox, red  50
lynx      75
marten     50
musk-rat
otter
racoon ...
skunk . ..
wild-cat .
wolverine
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(6.) On each pelt or skin not specifically mentioned in these regulations, a royalty or tax equal
in amount to 5 per centum of the commercial value of the pelt or skin.
On December Sth, 1922, the Fur-trade Regulations, 1920, as amended by Order in Council
No. 1033, dated July 26th, 1921, and further amending Order in Council No. 1174, dated
September 25th, 1922, were again amended by striking out section 3 of the said regulations, and
substituting the following in lieu thereof:—
3. The royalty or tax to be paid by fur-traders on the pelts or skins of fur-bearing animals,
pursuant to section 30 of the said " Game Act," shall be as follows:—
(a.)   On each hear    $0 40    On each mink     $0 25
beaver      1
fisher   1
00
50
fox, silver or black  5 00
fox, cross    1 50
fox, red  75
lynx  75
marten     1 00
musk-rat or musquash     05
otter     1 00
racoon  10
skunk     10
wolverine     50
weasel   03
In quite a few instances in the past it has been the practice of certain individuals to ship
fur out of the Province toy parcel post in order to avoid the payment of royalty on such fur as
imposed by the Fur-trade Regulations.
This matter was taken up with the Federal authorities, and the following notice to postmasters in this Province was published in section 1, page 4, of the February, 1921, Supplement
to the Canada Official Postal Guide, viz.:—
Notice for Postmasters in the Province of British  Columbia.   Permit required at ail
Seasons for Disi'atch of Raw Fubs out of Province.
In accordance with section 20 of the British Columbia " Game Act Amendment Act, 1920," any
pelts or skins of fur-bearing animals trapped or taken in the Province, when shipped to points outside
of the Province must at all seasons of the year be accompanied by an export permit issued by the
British Columbia Game Conservation Board, and parcels offered for conveyance by post should not
be accepted at post-offices in British Columbia until the necessary permit from the Game Conservation
Board is produced.
On January 28th, 1922, I wrote to all inspectors and Chief Constables of Provincial Police,
quoting the above notice for their information, and requesting them to instruct all Provincial 13 Geo. 5 Eeport of Provincial Game  Warden. E 9
Constables in their respective districts to make inquiries and give me full particulars in every
case where they found that this section was not being complied with by Postmasters. In
consequence of certain information being received by me herein the matter was again taken
up, and the following circular to Postmasters was issued by Mr. J. F. Murray, Acting District
Superintendent of Postal Service, on February 24th, 1922, viz.:—
District Superintendent's Office,
Vancouver, B.C., February 24th, 1922.
Circular to Postmasters.
From reports received at this office it would appear that some Postmasters are accepting for
transmission, by mail parcels of raw furs addressed to points outside the Province which are not.
accompanied by an export permit.
For the information of such Postmasters the following regulations are quoted from the February,
1921, Supplement of the Postal Guide:—
" Notice for Postmasters in Province of British Columbia.    Permit required at all Seasons
for Dispatch of Raw Furs out of Province.
" In accordance with section 20 of the British Columbia ' Game Act Amendment Act, 1920,' any
pelts or skins of furnbearing animals trapped or taken in the Province, when shipped to points outside
of the Province, must at all seasons of the year be accompanied by an export permit issued by the
British Columbia Game Conservation Board, and parcels offered for conveyance by post should not
be accepted at post-offices in British Columbia until the necessary permit from the Game Conservation
Board is produced."
Postmasters should be able to identify parcels as containing raw furs even if the tags of fur
houses are not used. In case of doubt the parcel should be opened and contents examined. Postmasters of intermediary offices 'through whose hands they may pass will be careful not to forward
any parcels of raw furs which are not accompanied by the export permit. Such parcels are to be
marked "No permit attached" and returned to the office of origin at once, as some furs deteriorate
in value.
Any failure on the part of the Postmaster to carry out the instructions in connection with this
matter will be seriously viewed.
J. F. Murray,
Acting District Superintendent of Postal Service.
Upon the receipt of this circular through Mr. J. B. Corley, Post Office Inspector, Victoria,
B.C., I wrote all Inspectors and Chief Constables of Provincial Police on March 10th, 1922, as
follows:—
Re " Game Act."
A special circular has' been issued by the District Superintendent of Postal Service to all Postmasters in his district, and I enclose herewith a copy thereof for your information.
This" should prevent any further misunderstanding of the regulations governing the transmission
of pelts or skins of furHbeariug animals outside of the Province and on which a royalty or tax has
been imposed under the " Game Act."
Please to advise me fully as to any information you receive indicating the contravention of the
Act in regard thereto.
GAME REGULATIONS.
On February 2nd, 1922, the following regulations in respect to an open season for beaver
were made, viz.:—
Pursuant to the provisions of this Act, the Lieutenant-Governor in Council has been pleased to
make regulations as follows:—
That the prohibitions declared by section 9 of the " Game Act," being chapter 33 of the Statutes
of 1914, as to the hunting, trapping, taking, wounding, and killing of beaver are hereby removed to
the extent and within the periods and limits hereinafter set out:—
In the Northern District, comprising the Electoral District of Atlin and all that portion of the
Province situate and lying to the north of the main line of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway, and
to the east of the summit of the Cascade Range, open season from February 1st, 1922, to May 15th,
1922, inclusive.
In the Southern District, comprising all that territory south of the main line of the Grand
Trunk Pacific Railway to the main line of the Canadian Pacific Railway, and to the east of the
summit of the 'Cascade Range, and to the west of the North Thompson River, north to Tete Jaune
Cache, open season from February 1st, 1922, to April 30th, 1922.
In the Municipality of Richmond, open season from February 1st, 1922, and continuously
thereafter until further regulations in respect to the said municipality are made by the Lieutenant-
Governor in Council. > R 10 British Columbia. 1922
And on the following day—i.e., February 3rd, 1922—I wrote to all Inspectors and Chief
Constables of Provincial Police as follows:—
Regarding an open season for beaver, I enclose herewith for your information and guidance
a copy of a regulation which was published in the British Columbia Gazette yesterday.
By concurrent mail I am also forwarding to you a large number of copies of this regulation,
and I wish you to see that a sufficient number are immediately supplied to each Provincial Constable
and Game Warden in your district for their own use, as well as other persons who may be interested
therein, throughout your district.
Despite the fact that every effort was used to circulate the particulars of the regulation in
regard to the open season for beaver, it was found that unscrupulous fur-buyers were getting
in touch with trappers in those districts in which the trapping or taking of beaver- was still
prohibited and informing such trappers that the season was now open in these prohibited areas,
and in order to put a stop to the supplying of such false information I circularized the Provincial
Police on March 11th, 1922, by letter, as follows:—
A number of complaints have been received at this office in regard to false information being sent
out by fur-traders and others that the season is now open for beaver in districts where the season
still remains closed, and in consequence they have procured trappers to kill beaver in such closed
districts.
I therefore now draw your attention to section 67a of the Provincial " Summary Convictions
Act," and in cases where it can be proved that trappers have thereby unlawfully killed beaver, the
party giving such false information should be charged as a principal offender with the unlawful
killing of the beaver referred to, and the trapper should be produced as a witness in the prosecution
showing that the accused procured the witness to kill the said beaver for him.
Notwithstanding the fact that it is specially provided in the " Game Act " that persons
owning dogs shall not allow such dogs to hunt or run after game birds during the breeding
season, in quite a few cases, mostly through carelessness, the owners of dogs allowed them to
run at large, resulting in a certain amount of damage being caused, and in order to obviate this
as much as possible I wrote to all Provincial Police officers on May 30th, 1922, as follows:—
Please to instruct all Provincial Police officers in your district to strictly enforce the provisions
of the " Game Act," and particularly during the breeding season, regarding dogs running after game,
contrary to section 13 of the Act.
Please to see that such instructions are effectively carried out.
And on June 23rd, 1922, I again wrote to all Provincial Police officers as follows:—
By concurrent parcel post I am forwarding to you a supply of public notices quoting section
13 of the " Game Act" relative to dogs pursuing or hunting game, and I would be pleased if, upon
receipt of the same, you would distribute such notices to the different officers under your direction,
at the same time instructing them to post up such notices wherever deemed advisable, and also to
supply copies of the same to the officials of all game and gun associations in their respective districts.
When forwarding these notices to your officers, kindly also instruct them to see that the same
are posted up in accordance with the instructions contained in the last paragraph of my Circular
Letter No. 733, dated the 30th of March last.
At the same time forwarding a supply of notices, which were in the following form:—
PUBLIC NOTICE.   •
Re Dogs Hunting Game.
(1.) No person shall at any time use or allow any clog to hunt or run deer, or, being the owner
of a dog accustomed to pursue any big game, allow such dog to run at large in any locality where
deer are usually found.
(2.) No person shall, between the fifteenth day of April and the first day of August, both
inclusive, use or allow any dog to hunt or run after any game bird.
(3.) Any person harbouring or claiming to be the owner of any such dog shall be deemed to be
the owner thereof, and any dog found running deer at any time or hunting birds between the fifteenth
day of April and the first day of August, both inclusive, shall be deemed to be at large and so hunting
by the allowance of the owner, and may be seized and retained by any Game Warden or constable
until such time as the owner is found and prosecuted or the dog is disposed of as provided in section
13 of the " Game Act."
(4.) The owner, if found and convicted, may regain possession of any dog so taken upon payment
to the Game Warden or constable by whom the dog was taken of the sum of two dollars for each
week during which such dog is in his possession. If the owner of any such dog is unknown to the
person so seizing the same, he shall advertise the fact of such seizing, together with a description
of the dog, by notice inserted once each week for four consecutive weeks in the newspaper published 13 Geo. 5
Eeport op Provincial Game  Warden.
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nearest to the place where the dog was taken; and if the owner shall not sooner claim such dog and
regain possession thereof under the provisions of section 13 of the " Game Act," the dog may at the
expiration of four weeks from the date of the first publication of such notice be destroyed by any
Game Warden or constable without incurring any liability therefor.
Regulations in respect to big game were made on July 7th, 1922, and such regulations are
shown in full in Appendix D, page 37, of this report. These regulations were subsequently
cancelled on August 21st, 1922, and regulations in respect to big game, fur-bearing animals,
and game birds substituted in lieu thereof, which are given fully in Appendix D, page 38. An
amendment in respect to moose, musk-rat, and prairie-chicken was made to these regulations
on September Sth, 1922, which is shown in Appendix D, on page 42, and a further amendment
was made on September 16th, 1922, with reference to the restricted district for the shooting
of deer on south-eastern portion of Vancouver Island, which is given in Appendix D, page 42.
An amendment to these regulations in respect to pheasants was made on October 5th, 1922,
which is shown in Appendix D, page 43. The regulations were further amended on November
21st, 1922, and this amendment is shown in Appendix D, page 43; and on December 7th, 1922,
was again amended as shown in Appendix D, page 43. On acount of severe storms which caused
a heavy snowfall it was deemed advisable on December 11th, 1922, to further amend the
regulations by closing the season for the shooting of quail and pheasants in the Eastern and
Western Districts, and this amendment is shown in Appendix D, page 44, of this report.
ACCIDENTS.
I regret to have to report that during the year 1922, through the careless handling of
firearms, there were fourteen accidents, resulting in a total of three deaths. Three of these
accidents were caused through the persons being mistaken for a deer, one of which resulted in
the death of the person shot, the other two deaths being caused by the accidental discharge of
a shotgun. Too much stress cannot be laid on the necessity for care in the handling of firearms,
and although from the number of firearms licences sold there has been a great deal more hunting
done during 1922 than during preceding years, I am glad to be able to state that there have not
been so many accidents as during the year 1919, for example, when there were twenty-three
accidents, resulting in ten deaths.
Further particulars of the hunting accidents which occurred during the year 1922 are
shown in Appendix B, page 30, of this report.
REVENUE.
As I have already stated in the beginning of this report, the revenue derived from the sale
of game licences and from fees thereunder during the year 1922 amounted to the sum of
$178,205.39, which is an increase of $38,767.59 over the amount received from a similar source
during the year 1921. Of this amount, the sum of $51,093.89 was derived from fur-tax, being
an increase of $26,498.09, or more than twice the amount of fur-tax collected during the year
1921.
Another interesting feature is the increase in 1922 in special firearms licences (trappers),
as during this year there were 3,230 of these licences issued, as against 2,491 during the year
1921, or an increase of 739, which increased the revenue in comparison with- last year by
$7,390. There was also an increase of 1,793 in the ordinary firearms licences this year, but
the sale of general firearms licences showed a decrease of -101 as against the amount sold during
1921. The guides' licences also showed a decrease of 16, while the non-resident general firearms
and anglers' licences showed an increase of 3, the non-resident spring bear licences being the
same this year as last year. In the non-resident weekly game bird licences there was an
increase of 4, but the non-resident season anglers' licences showed a decrease of 55, while the
non-resident daily anglers' licences showed an increase of 37. During 1921 there were 204
resident fur-traders' licences issued, and in 1922 228 of these licences were issued, which is an
increase of 24, but both non-resident fur-traders' and taxidermists' licences show a decrease
during 1922, the former of 2 and the latter of 6.
To the sum of $178,205.39 derived from the sale of game licences' and fees thereunder during
1922 there might also be added, from a point of revenue, the sums of $7,275 and $1,856.36,
which were derived from fines imposed under the provisions of the " Game Act" and from the
sale of confiscated fur respectively. R 12 British Columbia. 1922
In connection with the collection of revenue under the " Game Act," I wrote to all Government Agents on March 3rd, 1922, as follows :—*-
Please to send in requisitions to tlie Treasury Department for whatever number of additional
game licence forms you will require to meet your needs for the next licence year, which commences
at the end of May next, in order that arrangements may be made for the 'printing and delivery of
same to you at an early date.
You are also now specially requested to limit as much as possible this year, and in future, the
payment of commission on collections of such licence fees in your agency district. In places where
such collections might be made by salaried officials of the Provincial Government you should request
them to make such collections for you, and it should he clearly shown that they cannot do so before
you employ any one to make such collections for you on a percentage basis.
All Provincial Police officers in your district are under instructions to assist you as far as they
possibly can in the collection of such licence fees and to account to you therefor from time to time
as you may direct.
And I am pleased to be able to state that the policy of doing away with the payment of
commission on the sale of game licences has resulted in a considerable saving as compared with
previous years.
In Appendix A of this report is given an analysis of the sources of revenue derived during
the year 1922, as follows:—
(a.) From the sale of resident firearms licences from January 1st to May 31st, 1922
(-page 13) :
(«.)  From the sale of resident firearms licences from June 1st to December 31st, 1922
(page 14):
(c.)  From the sale of non-resident firearms licences from January 1st to May 31st,
1922  (page 15):
(d.)  From the sale of non-resident firearms licences from June 1st to December 31st,
1922 (page 16):
(e.)  From big-game trophy fees from January 1st to December 31st, 1922  (page 17) :
(f.)  From the sale of fur-traders' licences and from royalty or tax on fur from January
1st to May 31st, 1922 (page 19) :
(g.) From the sale of fur-traders' licences and from royalty or tax on fur from June
1st to December 31st, 1922 (page 20) :
(ft.) From the sale of guides' licences from January 1st to May 31st, 1922 (page 13) :
(i.)   From the sale of guides' licences from June 1st to December 31st, 1922 (page 14) :
(/.)   From the sale  of taxidermists'  licences. from  January 1st to  May 31st,  1922
(page 19):
(k.) From the sale of taxidermists'  licences from June  1st to December 31st, 1922
(page 20) : 13 Geo. 5
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List of Firearms confiscated for Infractions of the " Game Act," January 1st, 1922, to
December 31st, 1922.
Confiscated from.
Magistrate.
Date of
Confiscation.
Place of
Confiscation.
Kind
confiscated.
Dyck,  3.   ...
Eaymond, S.
Brennan,  F.
Ernest,  K.   .
Wilson,  E.  R
Wilson,   E.  E
Avery,   P.   A.
Cornelius,  E.
Ruel,   A.   ...
Srdanovich, J.
Dempster, E.
Cullen,  J.   ...
Edland, G. ..
Lynn, A. A.
Slogar, J.   ..
Lynn, A. A.
Atkins,   B.  M.
MacKinlay,  E
Long Jim
Burroughs, L.
Smith,  E.   ..
Karoaka, K.
Ryall, H.  . . .
Ui Chotaro  .
Perkin, W. J.
Cameron, H. S.
Hikida,  K.   .
Watson,   M.
Tanaka,   H.
McGinnis, S.
Luciak,   N.   .
Thornton,  A.
Ling,. C. K.  .
Nelson,   L.   P.
Holtrap,   E.
Holtrap,  W.
Holtrap,   G.
Edwards, G.
Neakamun, J.
Cranna, A.   .
Taylor, S.  ..
Agdonoff,  S.
Burns, J. A.
Outram & Cocker  (J.P.)
F. W. Beatton (J.P.)   . .
J. Leask  	
E. F. Little   (J.P.)   	
E.  Hewat   	
E.  Hewat   	
E.  Hewat   	
E. E. Plewman   	
E. E.  Plewman   	
E. E.  Plewman   	
N. Binns   	
C. H. Beevor-Potts   ....
A. G. Freeze	
A. G. Freeze	
C. H. Beevor-Potts	
Judge Barker  	
G. H. Hill	
E. C. Lunn  	
W.  Lowden   (J.P.)    	
J. S. Clute  	
A.   Deans   	
J.  McKee   	
J. S. Clute  	
J.  McKee   	
J.  McKee   	
J. S. Clute	
J. S. Clute  	
A. J. B. Meliish   (J.P.)
O. E.  Darling   	
A. Deans 	
E. Weddell  	
G. Clarke (J.P.)   	
G. Jay  	
J. S. Clute  	
A. Deans  	
A. Deans  	
A. Deans	
A. Deans  	
A. Philip  	
G. B. McQueen	
T. F. Johnson   	
A. Philip  	
A. McDonald   (J.P.)   ...
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May
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Sept.
Oct.
May
Aug.
Sept.
Feb.
Sept.
Oct.
Nov.
Sept.
Oct.
May
June
July
Oct.
Nov.
Oct.
Nov.
July
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21
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28
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26
26
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Cranbrook  	
Waldo   	
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Rossland   	
Rossland   	
Trail   	
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Albemi	
Nanaimo   	
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Quesnel   	
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New Westminster .
Langley  	
Ladner    	
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Ladner    	
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New Westminster .
New Westminster .
West Vancouver ..
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Kelowna   	
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Victoria  	
New Westminster .
Murrayville    	
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Murrayville    	
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Kerrisdale   	
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North Vancouver .
Sidney   	
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APPENDIX   C.
OFFICERS AND GUIDES.
List of Provincial Police Officers.
Headquarters, Victoria.
Superintendent's Office—
Superintendent  Win. G. McMynn  Victoria.
Chief Clerk and Cashier G. A. Hood           „
Clerk    C. Clark  	
 H. H. Clarke  	
„       R.  Peachey    ,
 T. Conly 	
 J.A.Smith 	
Provincial Motor Licence Office—
Clerk   C. A. Booth  Victoria.
„       G. H. Jennings ,
Victoria District—
Senior Constable  Otway Wilkie  Victoria.
Constable   W. Kier  Duncan.
 * E. G. Stedham           „
 J. N; Rogers  Ganges.
 E. B. Irving   Langford.
 F. E. L. Philp  Sidney.
 Robert Owens Victoria.
  M. C. McPhail ,.
 R. Gidley           „
Boundary District.
Chief Constable   J. A. Fraser   Greenwood.
Constable   C. H. Martin  Coalmont.
„  W. Lakeland  Fairview.
„  G. F. Killam  Grand Forks.
„  A. E.  Spall   Keremeos.
„  W. B. Stewart   Midway.
Senior Constable   F. Fryer  Princeton.
Fort George District.
Deputy Inspector T. W. S. Parsons South Fort George.
Chief Constable   A. McNeill 	
Constable Hutton.
 A.   Sinclair    Lucerne.
 S.   Service    McBride.
 IL Avison  South Fort George.
 A. W. Collins  	
 H. H. Mansell , „
 T. Van Dyk 	
 J. A. Williams   Vanderhoof.
Hazelton District.
Chief Constable  J. Kelly   Smithers.
Constable    P. Carr  Burns Lake.
„  S.  Cline    Hazelton.
„  W. J. Service  Smithers.
„  A. Fairbairn Telkwa. R 32
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1922
Deputy Inspector
Chief Constable
Constable
Kamloops District.
.. W. L. Fernie Kamloops.
.. G. II. Adam	
. .J. W. Chadwick   Chase.
.. J. Frquhart  Ducks.
.. F. N. Enimott  Mount Olie.
.. J. P. Eggleshaw  Savona.
.. R. Pritchard   Sicamous.
Kootenay District, North-east.
Chief Constable R. J. Sutherland   Golden.
Constable    D. A. McDonald  Arrowhead.
 W. R. Henley   Athaliner.
 H. Grainger Canal Flats.
... J. M. Bella   Golden.
.... F. H. Butwell 	
 G. H. Soles   Parson.
 F. D. Markland  Revelstoke.
Kootenay District, South-east.
Deputy Inspector W. R. Dunwoody    Fernie.
Chief Constable   W. V. Spiller	
Constable   S. J. McNally  Coal Creek.
„  H. J. McDougall   Corbin.
„  G. J. Duncan    Cranbrook.
 A.J. Smith  Elko.
Clerk and Constable T. F. C. Salt  Fernie.
Constable   J. Price-Green Kimberley.
„  M. J. Condon Michel.
 F. Brindley   Natal.
 F. G. Brown   Waldo.
 G.  W. Donahoe   Wardner.
 W. H. Laird   Xahk.
Kootenay District, West.
Chief Constable   E. Gammon   Nelson.
Constable   H. McLaren  Creston.
.C. F. Oland  Kaslo.
. P. W. Jupp   Nakusp.
. H. W. King  Nelson.
. G. M. Gunn  New Denver.
. E. A. Vachon  Salmo.
. J. F. Johnston  Trail.
Lillooet District.
Chief Constable  G. H. Greenwood  Quesnel.
Constable    G. F. Turner  Barkerville.
• W.   Riley    :CIinton.
. H. C. Clarke  Hanceville.
. T. Higginbottom t Lillooet.
. jjj. J. Breckon  Quesnel.
. Ian MaoCrae    Quesnel Dam.
. F. W. Gallagher Williams Lake.
Chief Constable
Constable  	
Nanaimo District.
. A. T. Stephenson   Nanaimo.
.H. N. Wood  Alberni. 13 Geo. 5
Report of Provincial Game  Warden.
R 33
Nanaimo  District—Continued.
Constable S. W. Dawson    Campbell River.
 J. A. Anderson  Clayoquot.
 R. M. Stewart   Comox.
 J. Russell  Courtenay.
 A. Dunbar   Cumberland.
 * W. V. Shepherd  Ladysmith.
 A. D. I. Mustart   Nanaimo.
 -.... F. E. Bradner           „
 R. Marshall           „
 G. Williams  Port Alice.
 T. Regan Union Bay.
Prince Rupert District.
Chief Constable   A. C. Minty Prince Ruiiert.
Constable R. Webster    Atlin.
 F.   Islip    Bella Coola.
 T. F. Harper-Reed    Boundary.
 A. Dryden   Granby Bay.
 R. P. Ponder  Masset.
 R. A. Beavan   Ocean Falls.
 R. Gibson  Port Essington.
 A. Saint  Prince Rupert.
 A. W. Stone   Rivers Inlet.
 J. P. Scarlett   Stewart.
 J.  Gillies    Swanson Bay.
 C. A. Mancor " Terrace.
Chief Constable
Constable   	
Peace River District.
 G. C. Mortimer  Pouce Coupe.
 G. C. Barber  Fort St. John.
„  E. Forfar  Hudson Hope.
„  W. A. S. Duncan  Pouce Coupe.
, G. E. Ashton  Rolla.
Vancouver District.
Deputy Inspector W. Owen    Vancouver.
Chief Constable   F. Cruickshank         ,.
Senior Constable   S. North  	
Clerk, Constable, and Cashier. .W. H. Handley           „
Clerk and Constable P. M. Morrey  	
 E. McArthur  	
„ „  A. Grundy           „
Constable    G. C. Sbarpe	
 J. R. Shannon          „
 A. H. Silk	
 J. G. Cunningham          „
 T. R. Baker 	
 C. H. Dawson          „
 F. Broughton    Abbotsford.
 R. L. Matthews   Alert Bay.
 S. S. Saunders  Britannia Beach.
 J. Murray    Coquitlam.
 W. V. Fenton  Ladner.
 M. Gorman   Mission.
Senior Constable  J. McDonald   New Westminster.
Constable   H. C. Pyke  	
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Vancouver District—Continued.
Constable W. J. Voisey  New Westminster.
 C. F. Kearns  Pender Harbour.
 W. H. Hadley  Powell River.
 S. Marshall   Quathiaski Cove.
 AV. H. Cameron  Sardis.
 J. Reuner  ". Squamish.
Vernon District.
Chief Constable   G. A. Carter  Vernon.
Constable   J. M. Smith  Enderby.
 P. Pentecost   Kelowna.
 J. J. McConnell   Penticton.
 R. M. Robertson	
 E. Patterson  Vernon.
 J. Rankin          „
Yale District.
Chief Constable   R. W. Bowen   Ashcroft.
Constable    D. A. Hazelton  Hope.
„  W.  Greenwood   Lytton.
„  P. Badman   Merritt.
„  A. Strang  North Bend.
List of Guides, Season 1922.
Cassiar District.
Olson, C Telegraph Creek.
McClusky, M  „
Williams, G  ,,
Quash, C	
Dick, L Telegraph Creek.
Henyer, P  „
Decker, L.  .  „
Peter,  S Hazelton.
Jack, T	
Madon, P. H	
Hazelton District.
Guu-a-Noot, F Hazelton.
Hoops, B Telkwa.
Fort George District.
Soujory, J	
Ryan, W. A.
McParland, j; A.
Fournier, B	
Brittaiu, H	
Hartman, M. G. .
Sykes, B. S	
Sweeney, W	
Loos.
Baush Valley.
Mount Robson.
Penny.
McBride.
Johnson, O McBride.
Miutz, C. P ,
Cochrane, W Croydon.
Hargreaves, F Red Pass.
Hargreaves, J         „
Hargreaves,  G	
Abrain, E Mount Robson.
Colebank, G. F Woodpecker.
Barkerville District.
Reed, D. W. F.
Cochrane, J. D.
. Barkerville.
Kilbee, F Barkerville.
Thompson, R  „
Lillooet District.
Manson, W. M Lillooet.
Kidd,  R Quesnel Forks.
Hutch, J Keithley Creek.
Grinder, J Big Bar.
Marquardt, W. J Quesnel Dam.
Gaspard, E Horsefly.   -
Walters, R. E	
Chambers,   R         „
Church, P. S Big Creek P.O. 13 Geo. 5
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Kootenay District.
Howser. Coullard, H Natal.
Wilmer. Wise, C Corbin.
Leed,  A Field.
Fernie. Sheek, W. P ,
Palliser. Bingaman, S     „
Fort Steele. Lawrence, C. G Leanchoil.
„ Bergenham,. P .Golden.
Harrison, G. H Rogers.
Nanaimo District.
Orford Bay. Smith, J. C Comox.
Vancouver District.
Vancouver. Edwards, B Vancouver.
„ Legace, R Mission.
Victoria District.
Lake Cowichan. Janes, G. A Lake Cowichan.
Stevens, C	
Nixon, W. J	
Kain,  C	
Frearson, A	
Wildenman, O. W,
White, J	
Myers, W	
Stork, W	
Richardson, R. T.
McPhee, J	
Haswell, E. A.
Phillips, C. E.
Williams, A. B.
Gillespie, A	 R 36
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APPENDIX   D.
REGULATIONS AND BOUNTIES.
Bounties PAin during the Year ending December 31st, 1922.
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2,251
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1,907 80
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$60,494 80
Alberni    	
Anyox   	
Ashcroft   	
Atlin   	
Clinton    	
Cranbrook    	
Cumberland    	
Duncan   	
Fairview   	
Fernie   	
Fort Fraser   .....
Fort George, South
Golden   	
Grand Forks	
Greenwood  	
House, 150-Mile  . .
Kamloops    	
Kaslo  	
Merritt    	
Nanaimo   	
Nelson   	
New Westminster
Prince  Rupert   . . .
Princeton    	
Pouce Coupe 	
Penticton    	
Quesnel   	
Revelstoke   	
Rossland   	
Smithers	
Telegraph Creek ..
Victoria  	
Vancouver  	
Vernon   	
Williams Lake   . . .
Totals	
Recapitulation.
Wolves, 303 at $25 each  $ 7,575 00
Cougars, 372 at $40 each   14,880 00
Coyotes, 1,000 at $2 each    2,180 00
*Coyotes (young), 2 at $1 each    2 00
Crows, 53,443 at 20 cents each     10,088 60
Owls, 17.025 at $1 each    17,025 00
Magpies, 2,246 at 20 cents each    449 20
Eagles, 7,095 at $1 each    7,095 00
Total     $60,494 80 13 Geo. 5 Report of Provincial Game Warden. R 33
"GAME ACT."
Pursuant to the provisions of this Act, the Lieutenant-Governor in Council has been pleased
to make regulations as follows:—
Game Regulations,  1922.
1. The prohibitions declared by section 9 of the " Game Act," being chapter 33 of the
Statutes of 1914, as to hunting, trapping, wounding, and killing of game, are, subject to the
provisions of section 2 of these regulations, hereby removed to the extent and within the' periods
and limits and subject to the provisions hereinafter set out respectively, as follows:—
Big Game.
(o.) Moose, of the male sex, in the Electoral Districts of Atlin, Fort George, Omineca, and
Cariboo, open seasons from September 1st to December loth, both dates inclusive, in the year
1922.
In the Electoral District of Columbia, open season from October 1st, 1922, to November 15th,
1922, both dates inclusive.
(b.) Caribou, of the male sex, throughout the Province, except Queen Charlotte Islands, and
except all that portion of the Province lying to the south and to the east of the main line of the
Canadian Northern Railway, open season from September 1st, 1922, to December 15th, 1922, both
dates inclusive.
(c.) Mountain-sheep, of the male sex, in that portion of the Province north of the main
line of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway, open season from September 1st, 1922, to November
15th, 1922, both dates inclusive.
In the Electoral Districts of Columbia, Cranbrook, and Fernie, open season from October
1st, 1922, to November 15th, 1922, both dates inclusive.
In that portion of the Electoral District of Lillooet situate and lying to the west of the
Fraser River and to the south of the Hanceville and Clinton Wagon-road, from the Fraser
River Bridge at Churn Creek to the northern boundary of the Lillooet Electoral District, open
season from September 1st, 1922 to November 15th, 1922, both dates inclusive.
(d.) Mountain-goat, throughout the Province, open season from September 1st, 1922, to
December loth, 1922, both dates inclusive.
(e.) Bear, on Vancouver Island, open season from November 1st, 1922, to June 30th, 1923,
both dates inclusive; throughout the remainder of the Province, open season from September
1st, 1922, to June 30th, 1923, both dates inclusive:
Provided that no bear shall be trapped in any part of the Province.
Bag Limits.
2. In respect of big game throughout the Province, as defined in the " Game Act," no person
shall anywhere kill or take or have in their possession during the open season more than two
Grizzly Bear or three Rear of any other species.
In that portion of the Province north of the main line of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway,
no person shall at any time kill or take or have in their possession during the open season more
than two Mountain-sheep of the male sex.
In the Electoral Districts of Columbia, Fernie, Cranbrook, Cariboo, and Lillooet, no person
shall at any time kill or take or have in their possession during the open season more than one
Mountain-sheep of the male sex.
Sale of Game.
3. The prohibitions declared by subsection (1) of section 34 of the "Game Act," as to the
buying, selling, or having in possession of big game and game birds, so far as the same relate
to game lawfully killed or taken, are hereby removed to the extent and within the periods and
limits and subject to the provisions hereinafter set ont, as follows:—
(a.) Moose and Caribou, bulls over 1 year of age, in the Electoral Districts of Atlin, Fort
George, Omineca, and Cariboo, from October 1st, 1922, to December 15th, 1922, both dates
inclusive. R 38
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(&.) Bear, on Vancouver Island, from November 1st, 1922, to June 30th, 1923, both dates
inclusive; in the remainder of the Province, from September 1st, 1922, to June 30th, 1923, both
dates inclusive.
A. M. MANSON,
Attorney-General's Department, Attorney-General.
Victoria, B.C., July 7th, 1922.
" GAME ACT."
Pursuant to the provisions of this Act, the Lieutenant-Governor in Council has been pleased
to make regulations' as follows :—
Game Regulations, 1922.
1. The prohibitions declared by section 9 of the " Game Act," being chapter 33 of the
Statutes of 1914, as to the hunting, trapping, taking, wounding, and killing of game, are, subject
to the provisions of section 2 of these regulations, hereby removed to the extent and within the
periods and limits and subject to the provisions hereinafter set out respectively, as follows:—
Big Game.
(a.) Moose, of the male sex, in the Electoral Districts of Atlin, Fort George, Omineca, and
Cariboo, open season from September 1st, 1922, to December 15th, 1022, both dates inclusive.
(&.) Caribou, of the male sex, throughout the Province, except Queen Charlotte Islands,
and except all that portion of the Province lying to the south and to the east of the main line
of the Canadian Northern Railway, open season from September 1st, 1922, to December 15th,
1922, both dates inclusive.
(c.) Mountain-sheep, of the male sex, in that portion of the Province north of the main
line of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway, open season from September 1st, 1922, to November
15th, 1922, both dates inclusive.
In the Electoral Districts of Columbia, Cranbrook, and Fernie, open season from October
1st, 1922, to November 15th, 1922, both dates inclusive.
In that portion of the Electoral District of Lillooet situate and lying to the west of the
Fraser River and to the south of the Hanceville and Clinton Wagon-road, from the Fraser River
Bridge at Churn Creek to the northern boundary of the Lillooet Electoral District, open season
from September 1st, 1922, to November 15th, 1922, both dates inclusive.
(d.) Mountain-goat, throughout the Province, except that portion of the Province south of
the main line of the Canadian Pacific Railway open season from September 1st, 1922, to December
15th, 1922, both dates inclusive.
In that portion of the Province south of the main line of the Canadian Pacific Railway,
open season from September 16th, 1922, to December 15th, 1922, both dates inclusive.
(e.) Bear, on Vancouver Island, open season from November 1st, 1022, to June 30th, 1923,
both dates inclusive.
Throughout the remainder of the Province, open season from September 1st, 1922, to June
30th, 1923, both dates inclusive:
Provided that no bear shall be trapped in any part of the Province.
(f.) Deer (Mule, While-tail, and Coast), bucks only, throughout the Province, except Queen
Charlotte Islands and these portions of Vancouver Island known and defined as North and
South Saanich and Highland Districts, and that further portion of Vancouver Island defined
as follows: All that portion lying to the south of the Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway Grant
east of Sooke River and Sooke Harbour; and except White-tail Deer in North and South
Okanagan, Similkameen, and Greenwood Electoral Districts, open season from September Kith,
.1922, to December 15th, 1922, both dates inclusive.
Fur-bearing Animals.
(g.) In the Western District, all fur-bearing animals, except Beaver, open season from
December 15th, 1922, to March 31st, 1923, both dates inclusive.
Beaver, in the Western District, open season from February 1st, 1923, to March 31st, 1923,
both dates inclusive; and in that portion of the Northern and Eastern Districts north of the Jeo. 5 Report of Provincial  Game  Warden. R 39
main line of the Canadian Pacific Railway, open season from February 1st, 1023, to May loth,
1923, both urates inclusive.
In that portion of the Eastern District south of the main line of the Canadian Pacific Railway, for the trapping of Musk-rats, open season from January 1st, 1923, to March 31st, 1923,
both dates inclusive.
In that further portion of the Eastern District and in the Northern District north of the
main line of the Canadian Pacific Railway, for the trapping of Otter, Mink, and Musk-rats, open
season from December 1st, 1922, to April 30th, 1923, both dates inclusive.
All other fur-bearing animals, except Beaver, in the Northern and Eastern Districts north
of the main line of the Canadian Pacific Railway, open season from November 1st, 1922, to
March 31st, 1023, both dates inclusive.
Game Birds.
For the purpose of defining the open season for game birds and trapping of fur-bearing
animals, the Province shall be divided into three districts, to be known as the Northern,
Eastern, and Western Districts:—
Northern District shall mean and include the Electoral District of Atlin and all that portion
of the Province situate and lying to the north of the main line of the Grand Trunk Pacific-
Railway and to the east of the summit of the Cascade Range.
Eastern District shall mean and include all that portion of the Province situate and lying
to the east of the summit of the Cascade Range and south of the main line of the Grand
Trunk Pacific Railway.
Western District shall mean and include all that portion of the Province situate and lying
to the west of the summit of the Cascade Range and south of the Electoral District of Atlin.
(h.) Ducks (except Wood and Eider Ducks). Wilson or Jack Snipe, B^ack-brcasted and
Golden Plover, and. the Greater and Lesser Yello-wlcgs, in the Northern District, open season from
the first Saturday next following August 31st in any year to a date three months and fifteen
days later, both dates inclusive—viz., September 2nd, 1922, to December 17th, 1922.
In the Eastern District, open season from the first Saturday next following August 31st
in any year to a date three months and fifteen days later, both dates inclusive—viz., September
2nd, 1922, to December 17th, 1922.
In the Western District (in that portion of the Western District to the north of the 53rd
parallel of latitude), open season from the first Saturday next following September 7th in any
year to a date three months and fifteen days later, both dates inclusive—viz., from September
9th, 1922, to December 24th, 1922.
In the Western District (in that portion of the Western District to the south of the 53rd
parallel of latitude), from October 15th, 1922, to January 30th, 1923, both dates inclusive; but if
October 15th falls upon a Sunday in any year the season shall open on the Saturday immediately
preceding; therefore the season for this year shall be as follows: From October 14th, 1922, to
January 29th, 1923, both dates inclusive.
(i.) Geese and Brant, in the Northern District, open season from the first Saturday next
following August 31st in any year to a date three months and fifteen days later, both dates
inclusive—viz., September 2nd, 1922, to December 17th, 1922.
In the Eastern District, open season from the first Saturday next following August 31st in
any year to a date three months and fifteen days later, both dates inclusive—viz., September
2nd, 1922, to December 17th, 1922.
In the Western District (in that portion of the Western District to the north of the 53rd
parallel of latitude), open season from the first Saturday next following September 7th in any
year to a date three months and fifteen days later, both dates inclusive—viz., September 9th,
1922, to December 24th, 1922.
In the Western District (in that portion of the AVestern District to the south of the 53rd
parallel of latitude), open season from the first Saturday next following November 7th in any
year to a date three months and fifteen days later, both dates inclusive—viz., November 11th,
1922, to February 26th, 1923.
(j.) Grouse and Ptarmigan (except Prairie-chicken, Sharp-tailed and Pinnated Grouse), in
the Northern District and those portions of the Omineca, Fort George, and Cariboo Electoral
Districts situate and lying in the Eastern District, open season from September 2nd, 1922, to
November 15th, 1922, both dates inclusive. In the remainder of the Eastern District, open season from September 23rd, 1922, to October
31st, 1922, both dates inclusive.
In the Western District (except South Saanich and Highland Districts and Cowichan Municipality), Blue Grouse, open season from September 23rd, 1922, to October 31st, 1922, both dates
inclusive; Willo-w-grouse, in the Western District, in the Electoral Districts of Cowichan,
Esquimalt, and Saanich (except the Municipality of Oak Bay), and North Saanich District, open
season from November 18th, 1922, to November 30th, 1922, both dates inclusive.
In the remainder of the Western District (except in the Islands and Comox Electoral
Districts), open season from October 14th, 1022, to October 31st, 1922, both dates inclusive.
(k.) Quail, in the Eastern District in the Electoral Districts of Similkameen and South
Okanagan only, open season from October 21st, 1022, to November 5th, 1922, both dates
inclusive.
In the Western District (Valley Quail only), in the Electoral Districts of Cowichan,
Esquimalt, Saanich (except Oak Bay Municipality)', Nanaimo, Newcastle, and the Islands, open
season from October 14th, 1922, to December 31st, 1922, both dates inclusive.
(I.) Pheasants  (except Golden and Silver Pheasants), in the Eastern District, cock birds
■only, ;in the Electoral Districts of South  Okanagan and Similkameen and the  Salmon  Arm
Municipality, open season from October 21st, 1922, to November 5th, 1922, both dates inclusive.
In the Western District, in that portion thereof known and defined as Vancouver Island
(except in the Municipality of Oak Bay and the Electoral District of Alberni), cock birds only,
open season from October 14th, 1922, to November 30th, 1922, both dates inclusive.
In that further portion of Vancouver Island known and defined as the Electoral District
of Alberni, south of the Little Qualicum River, cock birds only, open season from October 14th,
1922, to October 27th, 1922, both dates inclusive.
In the Western District, in those portions of the Islands Electoral District known and
defined as Sidney Island, Moresby Island, Pender Isiand, Mayne Island, and Saltspring Island,
and in those portions of the Comox Electoral District known and defined as Denman and Hornby
Islands, cock birds only, open season from October 14th, 1922, to December 31st, 1922, both dates
inclusive.
In the Western District, in that portion of the Islands Electoral District known and defined
as Saltspring Island, and in those portions of the Comox Electoral District known and defined
as Denman and Hornby Islands, hen birds only, open season from December 1st, 1922, to
December 31st, 1922, both dates inclusive.
In the Western District, in that portion of Vancouver Island known as the Cowichan
Municipality, hen birds only, open season from December 20th, 1922, to December 31st, 1922,
both dates inclusive.
In the Western District, in that portion thereof situate and lying on the mainland, except
that portion of the Municipality of Point Grey lying north of that part of Marine Drive extending
along the northern bank of the Fraser River from the eastern boundary of said municipality to
the mouth of the said river, and except those further portions of the mainland known as the
Delta Municipality, cock birds only, open season from October 14th, 1922, to November 30th,
1922, both dates inclusive.
In the Western District, in that portion thereof situate and lying on the mainland known
and defined as the Delta Municipality, cock birds only, open season from October 14th, 1922, to
October 31st, 1922, both dates inclusive.
(m.) European Partridge, in the Western District, in that portion thereof situate and lying
on the mainland known and defined as the Delta Municipality, open season from October 14th,
1922, to October 31st, 1922, both dates inclusive.
In that portion of the Islands Electoral District known and defined as North Saanich
District, and those further portions of Vancouver Island known and defined as South Saanich
and Highland Districts, open season from October 14th, 1922, to October 24th, 1922, both dates
inclusive.
Bag Limits.
Big Game.
In respect of big game throughout the Province as defined in the " Game Act," no person
shall anywhere kill or take or have in their possession during the open season more than three 13 Geo. 5
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R 41
Deer, all of which must be of the male sex; and no person shall kill or take or have in their
possession during the open season more than three Bear of any species, other than Grizzly, and
north of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway two Grizzly Bear, and south of the Grand Trunk
Pacific Railway one Grizzly Bear.
In that portion of the Province north of the main line of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway,
no person shall at any time kill or take or have in their possession during the open season
more than two Sheep of any one species, or three altogether, of the male sex.
In the Electoral Districts of Columbia, Fernie, Cranbrook, Cariboo, and Lillooet, no person
shall at any time kill, take, or have in their possession more than one Mountain-sheep of the
male sex.
Game Birds.
No person shall, in any district hereinafter designated, kill, take, or have in their possession
on any one day any greater number of game birds than the daily bag limit hereinafter set out
respectively; nor kill, take, or have hi their possession during the entire open season any greater
number of game birds than the total bag limit so set out.
Western District.—Pheasants, cocks only:   Daily bag limit, 6; total bag limit, 25.
In the districts where the season is open for the shooting of hen pheasants: Daily bag limit,
6; of which only 2 shall be hens.
Quail:  Daily bag limit, 20; total bag limit, 150.
European Partridge:  Daily bag limit, 6; total bag limit, 25.
Eastern District, South Okanagan and Similkameen Electoral Districts and Salmon Arm
Municipality.—Pheasants, cocks only:   Daily bag limit, 4; total bag limit, 12.
Quail: Daily bag limit, 10; total bag limit, 50.
Throughout the Province.—Ducks: Daily bag limit, 20; total bag limit, 150.
Geese: Daily bag limit, 10; total bag limit, 50.
Brant: Daily bag limit, 10; total bag limit, 50.
Black-breasted and Golden Plover, and Greater and Lesser Ycllowlcgs: Daily bag limit, 15
in t^be aggregate of all kinds; total bag limit, 150 in the aggregate.
Wilson Snipe or Jack Snipe: Daily bag limit, 25; total bag limit, 150.
Grouse: Daily bag limit, 6 grouse of any one species, not more than 12 of all species; total
bag limit, 50.
Every person shall, upon the request of any constable, furnish satisfactory proof to him of
the dates on which any big game or game birds were killed or taken.
2. The open season declared by these regulations shall not apply to the following parts of
the Province, viz.:—
(a.) Kaien Island, in the Prince Rupert Electoral District.
(b.) That p'ortion of the Dewdney Electoral District known as the Colony Farm.
(c.) That portion of the District Municipality of Burnaby bounded as follows: Commencing
at the junction of Sperling Avenue and the right-of-way of the British Columbia Electric Railway Company, Limited; thence due north to the line of the Great Northern Railway; thence
following the said railway in an easterly direction to the Cariboo Road; thence southerly along
the Cariboo Road to the right-of-way of the British Columbia Electric Railway Company,
Limited; thence westerly along the line of the British Columbia Electric Railway to point of
commencement.
(d.) Those further portions of the said District Municipality of Burnaby known respectively
as the Oakalla Prison Farm and Central Park.
(e.) That portion of Nanaimo Harbour described as follows:—Between the high-water mark
on Vancouver Island and a line drawn as follows: Commencing at Brechin Point, Departure
Bay, near the City of Nanaimo; thence in an easterly direction to the most westerly point of
Newcastle Island; thence south-easterly to the most easterly point on Newcastle Island; thence
to the most westerly point on Protection Island; thence south-easterly to Gallows Point on
Protection Island; thence to Jack's Point on Vancouver Island; thence in a westerly direction
to Stevens & Wright's shingle-mill on Vancouver Island.
(f.) Also that portion of the West Arm of Kootenay Lake adjoining the City of Nelson,
described as follows: Commencing at a point on the line of the Columbia and Kootenay Railway
about 1 mile west of the City of Nelson, on the south bank of the Kootenay River, known as the
" Slaughter-house "; thence northerly to the north bank of the said Kootenay River;  thence British  Columbia.
1922
easterly following the said north bank of the said Kootenay River to the north side ferry-landing
about 1 mile east of the City of Nelson; thence following the south bank of the said Kootenay
River in a westerly direction to the point of commencement.
3. The prohibitions declared by subsection (1) of section 34 of the "Game Act," as to the
buying, selling, and having in possession of big game and game birds, so far as the same relate
to game lawfully killed or taken, are hereby removed to the extent and within the periods and
limits and subject to the provisions hereinafter set out, as follows:—
(a.) Moose and Caribou, bulls over 1 year of age, in the Electoral Districts of Atlin and
Omineca, from October 1st, 1922, to December 15th, 1922, both dates inclusive.
(6.) Bear, in the Northern and Eastern Districts, from September 1st, 1922, to June 30th,
1923, both dates inclusive.
Order in Council No. 825 of the 7th day of July, 1922, respecting Big-game Regulations is
hereby cancelled.
A. M. MANSON,
Attorney-General.
Department of the Attorney-General,
Victoria, B.C., August 21st, 1922.
" GAME ACT."
Pursuant to the provisions of this Act, the Honourable the Administrator in Council has
been pleased to amend and vary the regulations approved by Order in Council No. 1019, dated
the 21st day of August, 1922, as follows :—
Moose, in the Electoral District of Columbia, open season from October 1st, 1922, to
November 15th, 1922, both dates inclusive.
Musk-rat.—By rescinding the third paragraph of clause (</), section 1, which provides for
an open season for musk-rat in that portion of the Eastern District south of the main line of
the Canadian Pacific Railway.
Prairie-chicken, in the Electoral Districts of Kamloops, North Okanagan, and South
Okanagan, open season from October 21st, 1922, to October 31st, 1922, both dates inclusive.
Daily bag limit, 0; total bag limit, 20.
A. M. MANSON,
Attorney-General.
Department of the Attorney-General,
Victoria,-B.C., September 8th, 1922.
"■ GAME ACT."
Pursuant to the provisions of this Act, the Honourable the Administrator in Council has
been pleased to amend and vary the regulations approved by Order in Council No. 1019, dated
the 21st day of August, 1922, as follows:—
Deer.—By striking out the following words in clause (f) defining a restricted district for
the shooting of deer: "and that further portion of Vancouver Island defined as follows: All
that portion lying to the south of the Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway Grant east of Sooke
River and Sooke Harbour " ; and substituting the following in lieu thereof: " and that further
portion of A^ancouver Island defined as follows: All that district lying to the south and east
of that line commencing at the point of intersection of Finlaysou Arm Road with the Island
Highway (Malahat Road), south along Malahat Road to the northerly cross-road to Goldstream
Hotel; thence along Goldstream cross-road to the Sooke Road; thence along the Sooke Road
westerly to the Sooke River."
A. M. MANSON,
Attorney-General.
Department of the Attorney-General,
Victoria, B.C., September 16th, 1922. .
13 Geo. 5 Report of  Provincial Game  Warden. R 43
" GAME ACT."
Pursuant to the provisions of this Act, the Honourable the Administrator in Council has
been pleased to amend and vary the regulations approved by Order in Council No. 101.9, dated
the 21st day of August, 1922, as follows:—
Pheasants.—By striking out the following words in clause (1) : "Pheasants (except Golden
and Silver Pheasants), in the Eastern District, cock birds only, in the Electoral Districts of
South Okanagan and Similkameen and the Salmon Arm Municipality, open season from October
21st, 1922, to November Sth, 1922, both dates inclusive" ; and substituting the following in lieu
thereof: "Pheasants (except Golden and Silver Pheasants), in the Eastern District, cock birds
only, in the Electoral Districts of South Okanagan and Similkameen and the Municipality of
Salmon Arm and the District Municipality of Salmon Arm, open season from October 21st,
1922, to November Sth, 1922, both dates inclusive."
A. M. MANSON,
Attorney-Genera!.
Attorney-General's Department,
Victoria, B.C., October Sth, 1922.
" GAME ACT."
Pursuant to the provisions of this Act, the Honourable the Administrator in Council has
been pleased to amend and vary the regulations approved by Order in Council No. 1019, of
August 21st, 1922, and amended by Order in Council No. 1101, of September Sth, 1922, by adding
to clause (g) thereof the following:—
" In that portion of the Eastern District south of the main line of the Canadian Pacific
Railway, for the trapping of Otter, Mink, and Musk-rats, open season from January 1st, 1.923,
to March 31st, 1923, both dates inclusive."
And by striking out the last paragraph of said clause (g), as follows:—
"All other fur-bearing animals except Beaver, in the Northern and Eastern District north
of the main line of the Canadian Pacific Railway, open season from November 1st, 1922, to
March 31st, 1923, both dates inclusive."
And adding in lieu thereof the following:—
" All other fur-bearing animals except Beaver, in the Northern and Eastern District, open
season from November 1st, 1922, to March 31st, 1923, both dates inclusive.
A.  M.  MANSON,
Attorney-General.
Attorney-General's Department,
Victoria, B.C., November 21st, 1922.
" GAME ACT."
Pursuant to the provisions of this Act, the Honourable the Administrator in Council has
been pleased to amend the regulations approved by Order in Council No. 1019, of August 21st,
1922, and amended by Orders in Council Nos. 1101 and 1389, of September 8th, 1922, and
November 20th, 1922, respectively, by striking out the sixth paragraph of clause (1) of said
regulations, as follows:—
" In the AVestern District, in that portion of Vancouver Island known as the Cowichan
Municipality, hen birds only, open season from December 20th, 1922, to December 31st, 1922,
both dates inclusive."
A. M. MANSON,
Attorney-General.
Attorney-General's Department,
Victoria, B.C., December 1th, 1922. R 44
British Columbia.
1922
" GAME ACT."
Pursuant to the provisions of this Act, the Honourable the Administrator in Council has
been pleased to further amend the regulations approved by Order in Council No. 1019 of August
21st, 1922, and amending orders, by striking out clauses (k) and (?) of said regulations relating
to the open seasons for the shooting of quail and pheasants in the Eastern and AA'estern Districts.
A. M. MANSON,
Attorney-General.
Attorney-General's Department,
Victoria, B.C., December 11th, 1922.
VICTORIA,   B.C. :
Printed by William H.  Cullin, Printer to tbe King's Most Excellent Majesty.

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