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MINISTER OF PUBLIC WORKS
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PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
FOR  THE
FISCAL YEAR 193031
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15 **  To His Honour John William Fordham Johnson,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Youb Honour :
Herewith I beg respectfully to submit the Annual Report of my Department for the fiscal
year ended March 31st, 1931, in compliance with the provisions of the " Public Works Act."
R. W. BRUHN,
Minister of Public Works.
Office of Minister of Public Works.
Parliament Buildings,
January 19th, 1932. .
, PUBLIC WORKS REPORT.
REPORT OF THE CHIEF ENGINEER.
Parliament Buildings,
Victoria, B.C., November 15th, 1931.
Hon. R. W. Bruhn,
Minister of Public Works, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I have the honour to submit my report for the fiscal year 1930-31, which was remarkable not only on account of the exceptionally extensive programme of highway-work carried out,
but also on account of labour conditions, which were greatly affected by the wave of a general
industrial depression which, as the year advanced, became increasingly serious.
In continuation of the active programme which was commenced during the previous year,
good progress was made on many important highway projects, including both new construction
and reconstruction in every section of the Province; capital expenditures were made during the
year for this much-needed work amounting to $7,845,609.85.
A statement included elsewhere within this report shows the major work which has been
accomplished during the past two fiscal years; although the progress made is satisfactory, the
transportation needs of the Province are very far from being met at the present time, and I am
of opinion that further capital expenditures of a substantial nature will be necessary in order
to give the people of this Province the transportation facilities for which there is an unquestionable demand and need.
UNEMPLOYMENT RELIEF.
An important, although distressing, feature of the year was the necessity of providing very
extensively for relief-work, a necessity that had shown no signs of disappearing by the close of
the year. During the first half of the year, the ordinary highway-work, although not organized
on a relief basis, was the means of providing much-needed work for many of those who would
otherwise have been unemployed. During the month of October, work was organized on a relief
basis under the provisions of the Federal " Unemployment Relief Act, 1930," whereby the
Dominion Government contributed 50 per cent, of the cost of relief-work on approved projects
carried out by the Provincial Government in unorganized territory and the two Governments
jointly contributed, on an equal basis, 50 per cent, of the cost of approved works carried out by
municipalities, the cost of materials which formed an integral part of the completed work being
excluded from these contributions in each case.
The organization and administration of this relief programme, which was carried out by
this Department under the direction of the Relief Committee of the Executive Council, added
very greatly to the duties of district officials and of officials of certain branches of the Headquarters staff, particularly of the Accounting Branch.
The volume of relief-work provided by agreements entered into by the municipalities, the
Province, and the Dominion are shown in the following table:—
"Unemployment Relief Act, 1930"  (Agreements entered into).
Authority carrying out the Works.
Municipalities	
Provincial Government
Totals	
Dominion
Government's
Share.
$585,437
514,446
$1,099,883
Provincial
Government's
Share.
$585,436
517,445
,102,881
Municipalities'
Shares.
,170,872
$1,170,872
Total Value of
Works (Labour
and Expendable
Materials).
$2,341,745
1,031,891
$3,373,636
It is to be understood that much of the above work was continued after the end of the fiscal
year ended March 31st, 1931. The actual expenditures up to the end of the fiscal year were as
follows:— G 6
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1930-31.
! Unemployment Relief Act, 1930" (Actual Amounts expended up to March 31st, 1931).
Authority carrying out the Works.
By Dominion
Government.
By Provincial
Government.
By
Municipalities.
Total.
$367,728.00
366,393.64
$374,674.22
366,393.64
$742,402.22
$732,786.28
1,405,573.56
Totals	
($734,121.64
$741,067.86
$732,786.28
$2,207,975.78
The actual volume of employment afforded under the Act as at March 31st, 1931, was
reported as follows :— "•
No. of No. of
t „„„i:t„ Individuals Man-days'
Locality. afforded Employment
Employment. afforded.
In unorganized territory      12,699 154,228
In organized territory     15,276 328,790
Totals     27,975 483,018
CLASSIFICATION OF HIGHWAYS.
Following the important amendments made to the " Highway Act" during the 1930 session
of the Legislature, it was possible to proceed with the classification, as arterial, of certain of
the more important highways passing through municipal territory which carry, to a large extent,
Provincial traffic; during the year, 306.50 miles of highway were classified as arterial under
Part III. of the Act, 49.19 miles were classified or reclassified as primary, and 3.46 miles were
classified as secondary. Classifications rescinded in the above connection included 253.23 miles
of primary highways and 48.63 miles of secondary highways. A tabulation of the actual standing of classified highways as at October 31st, 1931, is printed elsewhere in this report. All
changes in classification or new classifications were published in the British Columbia Gazette.
The arterial classification, whereby the Department has full control of the construction or
maintenance of the highway, is working out satisfactorily in every way, but I would recommend
that consideration be given, with a view to economy, to the rescinding of the classification of
certain highways as secondary or primary when it appears that contribution from the Government to the upkeep of these highways is no longer justified owing to changing conditions of
traffic within the municipality.
"HIGHWAY ACT" REGULATIONS.
Early during the year the regulations pursuant to section 34 of the " Highway Act" were
redrawn in order to meet, more nearly, present requirements; the application of the regulations
was made specific—namely, that they shall apply only to highways within unorganized territory
and to such highways as are classified as arterial or primary highways within municipalities;
this provision greatly clarified the situation. It was clearly defined that, with regard to weights,
each vehicle must conform to each and every one of four limitations—namely, gross weight,
weight on one axle, weight on one wheel, and rated carrying capacity of vehicle; special
provision was made in the tables of limiting weights for vehicles with duplex drives and dual-
tired wheels;   other amendments were also made.
COMMON CARRIERS.
The new Part V. of the " Highway Act," regulating the operations of public carriers of
passengers or freight, was put into operation and the necessary regulations were drawn up and
put into effect on May 15th, 1930. It was necessary to move with some care at the outset until
sufficient experience had been gained in the working of the Act and of the regulations; by
co-operation with the larger operators of public freight and passenger vehicles, many apparent
difficulties were overcome and, generally speaking, the Act was found to be capable of practical
application. It is probable that towards the end of this year certain recommendations may be
made with regard to amendments to and possibly enlargement of the scope of this part of the
" Highway Act." A summary of the number of public vehicle licences issued during 1931 up to
October 31st is printed elsewhere in this report. REPORT OF CHIEF ENGINEER. G 7
UNIVERSITY ENDOAVMENT LANDS.
During the year, administration of roads and other utilities in the University Endowment
Lands was taken over by this Department.
MACHINERY AND PLANT.
The policy of carrying out a proportion of suitable work by day-labour was continued and
to this end the necessary purchases of plant and equipment were made from the Equipment
Fund; a statement of plant and equipment owned by the Department is included herein. The
Equipment Fund is administered on a sound businesslike basis; the sum of $1,111,117.86 has
been credited to the revolving fund in rentals since the year 1927; all units are regularly
inspected and kept in first-class repair, and, in my opinion, the policy adopted is proving to be
an economic success, resulting in a saving to the public.
WEATHER.
With regard to work in the field, all districts reported an unusually mild winter, with
correspondingly favourable working conditions throughout the latter part of the year.
MAINTENANCE OF HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES.
Maintenance of highways and bridges was given the closest attention; the trouble usually
experienced during the spring, when the frost is coming out of the ground, was not experienced
this year in several districts, particularly on Vancouver Island and in the lower valley of the
Fraser River. The continued increase in traffic on the main highways of the Province is adding,
in some measure, to maintenance problems and expense; on the Yale Road, for instance, where
traffic reached a volume of 2,000 vehicles on one clay, it is necessary to keep power maintainers
working on the gravel surface continuously with a view to covering the entire surface at least
once daily; on roads carrying traffic of this volume some more permanent type of surfacing is
justified.
The maintenance and erection of standard warning-signs on highways was continued, the
signs being made in bulk in the Department's own highway-sign shop in Victoria. The use of
a permanent yellow sign-paint was adopted. A further grant was made to the Automobile Club
of British Columbia towards the cost of maintenance and erection of directional signs, which
the club is carrying out in an efficient manner.
FERRIES.
For the purpose of providing highway connection to the inhabitants of Saltspring Island,
a charter was granted to the Gulf Islands Ferry Company to operate a ferry, under subsidy,
from Swartz Bay in North Saanich to Fulford Harbour, on Saltspring Island. This ferry
commenced operating in October. A charter was also granted to Mr. A. H. Swan to operate a
ferry from Buckley Bay, on Vancouver Island, to Denman Island, commencing in August, 1931.
Tenders for a charter were called for a ferry between Vancouver Island (at a point near
Nanaimo) and Gabriola Island, the charter being awarded to Messrs. H. and W. Higgs, although
the ferry did not go into operation during the fiscal year. In each case tenders were called under
the terms of the " Ferries Act." A new ferry was built under contract for the Sorrento-Scotch
Creek service. Owing to increased traffic between the main highways on the north and south
sides of the Fraser River, it was necessary to provide a new boat for the Agassiz-Rosedale run,
having a capacity of twenty passenger-cars; the boat went into operation during the month
of May.
The two new landings for the Mill Bay Ferry were completed; the duration of this ferry
trip was lessened by ten minutes by placing the landing on the Mill Bay side at a new location;
a short length of connecting highway was also completed here.
Landings were built at Swartz Bay and at Fulford Harbour for the Gulf Islands Ferry,
together with necessary connecting road at Swartz Bay.
A start was made on the new ferry-landing at Ladner and a new barge was built for
Barnston Island Ferry.
Several districts report that the unusually mild winter permitted of operation of ferries
for longer periods than usual. General repairs and maintenance were carried out. A list of
ferries, showing the traffic for the year, is printed elsewhere. G 8 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1930-31.
BUILDINGS.
The enclosed report from the Chief Architect deals with all the phases of the important
duty which this Department performs in the design and supervision of the construction of
public buildings and their care, maintenance, heating, and furnishing.
! BRIDGES.
No attempt can be made in this report to describe in detail the work carried out by the
District Engineers and their assistants in the maintenance, repair, and replacement of numerous
bridges of minor importance throughout the Province. Elsewhere in this report is a tabulation
showing details of the major bridge-work carried out; it will be realized that the construction
of some bridges often extends over a portion of two fiscal years, and that some of the bridges
reported on last year were completed during this year and that some of the bridges reported on
herein were not finished until after March 31st, 1931.
The report received from Mr. A. L. Carruthers, Bridge Engineer of the Department, points
out that much necessary work was accomplished in reducing the number of old and inadequate
structures, although the total expenditure for the year was below the average. The weather,
particularly during the winter, was exceptionally favourable, no serious floods or ice or log-jams
being reported. The cost of materials was considerably reduced, and experienced labour was
plentiful, resulting in a high quality of work at, generally, reduced costs.
In continuation of the policy adopted during the previous year, further use was made of the
preservative treatment of timber spans; creosoted timber was used for the Galloway Rapids,
Wycliffe, and Fraser Avenue Bridges; a long and useful life is expected for these structures,
and it is proposed to extend this policy of preservative treatment to an increased proportion of
timber structures in the future.
The only steel and concrete bridge construction undertaken during the year was that of the
Hagwilget Bridge over the Bulkley Canyon at Hazelton; construction of this bridge, which is
a suspension span 460 feet in length and the longest span of any kind in this Province, had not
been completed at the end of the fiscal year; the design and construction of this bridge are in
accordance with the most modern practice in bridges of this type.
Two important structures, details of which are given in the tabulation referred to, are the
bridge over the North Arm of the Fraser River on Fraser Avenue, which connects Vancouver
directly with the Ladner-Woodward Ferry via the No. 5 Road in Richmond Municipality, and
the bridge over Galloway Rapids, near Prince Rupert, giving the inhabitants of that city highway connection with the mainland; the latter span is noteworthy, being 200 feet long from
centre to centre of end bearings, and the longest timber span in the Province.
Of the larger timber structures built during the year may be mentioned the San Juan Bridge
at Port Renfrew; Springfield Bridge, near Soda Creek, in the Cariboo; Kootenay Bridge, near
Canal Flats, in the Columbia District; Slocan City Bridge over Slocan River; Elk River Bridge,
Morrissey, in Fernie District;  and Lois River Bridge, near Powell River.
A considerable number of trestle bridges were replaced by culverts and fills, this course
being followed with a view to permanent construction, reducing high maintenance and renewal
costs in the future.
SURFACING.
The need for the provision of a dustless and smooth, safe surface on an increasing mileage
of our more heavily travelled arteries has resulted in the development of methods whereby the
desired results may be obtained at reasonable cost by the use of " carpet coat" and " mulch "
surfaces. By the former is meant a surface which, after shaping and preparation, is sprayed
with hot bitumen, immediately following which, selected screened gravel, already stock-piled
along the road in small piles, is spread by hand to cover the surface whilst the asphalt is still
hot; practically no stoppage of traffic is necessary; in fact, the traffic assists in rolling in the
gravel. Resurfacing is usually necessary in the second or third year. The cost of this work
ranges from $500 to $1,200 per mile of surface, depending on the width of surface, the number of
coats and the amount of bitumen per square yard which is sprayed. For mulch-work, the gravel
is first spread uniformly to a depth of from 2 to 3 inches and is then sprayed with bitumen,
following which it is turned over several times with a grader and finally spread to an even
thickness and consolidated by traffic; the cost of this work is usually from $4,000 to $6,000
per mile. hospital at hazelton.
Exterior walls are built of concrete and building is completely equipped with all requirements of the
modern hospital.
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fraser avenue bridge over north arm of fraser river.
Showing 150-foot Howe-truss span and pile-trestle approaches.     Bridge lias asphaltic concrete roadway
20 feet wide and sidewalk.     This is an all-creosoted structure.  From the report submitted by Mr. W. P. Beaven, who was appointed on April 1st, 1930, to
take charge of surfacing operations of the Department, it is noted that during the year the
surfacing-work included 59.59 miles of carpfet coat; 97.98 miles of resurfacing; 37.04 miles of
mulch, mixed in place, 2 inches thick; and 0.30 mile of cold " premised " surface; in addition,
at Abbotsford, 0.40 mile of Portland cement concrete paving 20 feet wide was laid with 3-inch
cold premix asphalt surface between the pavement and curb; concrete curbs and gutters were
also installed, the work being done by contract.
The majority of the carpet-coat work was done on Vancouver Island ; to facilitate this work
and to reduce its cost, a distributer, mounted on a truck, was purchased from the Equipment
Fund, and 189,942 gallons of bitumen were sprayed, the total cost being 14 cents per gallon,
inclusive of a rental charge of $25 per eight-hour day for the distributer; it is estimated that a
saving of $13,070 was effected by use of our own equipment in this way.
On the Mainland, mulch-work was carried out on 5 miles of the Kamloops-Vernon Road and
on 4 miles of the Tranquille Road, on 4% miles of the Trans-Canada Highway, in Delta District,
east of Fry's Corner, and on 0.92 mile of the new Ladner Marsh Road; 6.15 miles of carpet coat
were carried out in the Chilliwack District and 1.40 miles in the Creston District. In the
Dewdney District 21.miles of new mulch, was laid. The balance of the work was on Vancouver
Island and in the Islands District.
Although the results which have been obtained during the past few years have gradually
improved, as the various foremen have gained experience in this class of work, further improvement in practice is looked for, and particular attention will be paid in future to the preparation
of surfaces prior to application of the bitumen and to necessary maintenance thereafter; it is
essential that a surface to be treated should conform to an even grade and contour, be well
consolidated, and composed of uniformly graded particles and of sufficient depth to support
traffic: the provision of adequate drainage to intercept and carry off seepage-water is of the
utmost importance.
In various districts, in order to abate the dust nuisance, some 80 miles of roads were
treated with light oil.
HIGH WAY-WORK.
It has, for some years, been customary to print in full the detailed reports received from
the District Engineers, outlining the work carried out in each electoral district. For the sake
of economy, I propose to omit these individual reports and to submit the following condensed
outline of the year's work in highway construction, reconstruction and improvement of highways,
based on the various Engineers' reports.
Elsewhere in this report are statements of road mileage and a summary of major work
carried out during the last two fiscal years.
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway.—Very extensive improvements, by widening, diversions,
grade reductions, etc., were made at many points on this most important artery which connects
Fernie, Cranbrook, Nelson, Trail, Rossland, Grand Forks, Greenwood, Penticton, and Princeton,
and which will eventually be extended to join the Trans-Provincial Highway at Hope. Pending
opening of the Hope-Princeton section, traffic proceeds from Princeton via Merritt and Spences
Bridge.
The importance of this highway is better realized when it is considered that, between the
Alberta Boundary and Princeton, there are fourteen points at which connection is made with
the highway system of Washington and Idaho.
At Crowsnest the highway was widened for % mile to a width of 22 feet, improved grade
and alignment being obtained, and between Crowsnest and Michel many bad curves were
improved or eliminated. From Natal to % mile east of Hosmer, a diversion, utilizing 4% miles
of the old Great Northern Railway grade, resulted in elimination of thirty curves, and from
Hosmer to Fernie several short diversions were made. At Elko, commencement was made on
a 2-mile diversion to reduce from 14 per cent, to 7 per cent, the grades of two dangerous hills.
Improvements were made between Elko and Wardner and 2% miles of resurfacing were carried
out in the vicinity of Galloway. West of Wardner a 30,000-cubic-yard fill replaced a high king-
truss span, giving improved alignment; 7 miles east of Cranbrook, Isadore Hill was eliminated
by construction of a 2-mile diversion, surfaced with crushed gravel. A lengthy improvement
was made at Palmer Bar, west of Cranbrook, in solid rock with improved alignment; around
Movie Lake, Miles 14 to 20 were resurfaced with gravel.    Between Moyie  and  Aldridge,  a 1%-mile diversion, parallel to the Canadian Pacific Railway, eliminated the dangerous Aldridge
Hill, and between Aldridge and Irishman Creek 10 miles of widening to standard width were
performed in heavy side-hill excavation. The Ryan Diversion, eliminating a dangerous level
crossing of the Canadian Pacific Railway, was completed. Improvement-work, much of it in
solid rock, was carried out west of Yahk.
The most important feature was the building of the road between Kuskonook and Gray
Creek, on the west side of Kootenay Lake, thus shortening the length of the ferry trip and
making a thrice-daily service possible in place of a once-per-day service; 10.2 miles of this road
were built under contract and approximately 10 miles by day-labour; the width provided is
not less than 20 feet clear and most of the road is surfaced with excellent gravel obtained from
the lake-shore.
Minor improvements were carried out between Nelson and Balfour and the China Creek
Diversion between Castlegar and Trail eliminated a most dangerous section of the original road
where numerous accidents had previously taken place. Revision was made of the lower end
of the section between Rossland and Trail, preparatory to surfacing with asphalt.
In the Grand Forks-Greenwood District a considerable amount of reconstruction-work was
carried out on the highway to bring this old road up to modern standards. The southern
portion between U.S. Boundary and Oliver was built on a new alignment and a new road built
over Cemetery Hill, thereby eliminating a most dangerous turn ; between Keremeos and Cawston,
a new section was built parallel to the Great Northern Railway, reducing the distance by 2 miles.
Westerly from Hedley, 4 miles were reconstructed as a continuation of the improvements
previously made and 16 miles of this link between Ashnola Ditch and Brewery Hill were surfaced
with crushed rock.
Construction-work was recommenced on the eastern end of the Hope-Princeton Link on a
revised location which commences at a point on the old road 12% miles south of Princeton;
from this point an additional 18 miles was partially constructed, giving access to Copper Creek
basin. Work was also started and a considerable amount of progress was made on the western
end of this link, out of Hope.
On the present route from Princeton to Spences Bridge, 3 miles were reconstructed to
standard width between Princeton and Merritt and 5 miles more reconstruction-work were done
between Merritt and Spences Bridge; it is noteworthy that, on this section during the last three
years, 25 miles of this road have been put into first-class condition and all of the worst portions
have beer 'mproved, leaving only 15 miles yet to be reconstructed.
Trans-Provincial Highway.—With completion of the section between Donald and Revelstoke,
round the Big Bend, this highway will give through connection between Banff, in Alberta, and
Golden, Revelstoke, Salmon Arm, and Kamloops, from which point it proceeds via Spences
Bridge, Hope, and Chilliwack to Vancouver, the total distance in British Columbia being 6S3
miles. Important highways connect with this artery at Golden, Sicamous and Salmon Arm,
Kamloops and Cache Creek. The Parks Board of the Dominion Government is interested in
the construction of the section around the Big Bend of the Columbia River, in connection with
development of the national parks; the Province is also interested in this project in order to
release and gain advantage from the flow of tourist traffic which at present has no direct
westerly outlet from the Yoho, Kootenay, and Rocky Mountain National Parks. Accordingly,
an agreement was reached wTith the Dominion Government, which undertook to build the section
from the end of the road at Donald northerly to Canoe River, including the bridge over the
Columbia River, while the Provincial Government undertook the building of the section between
Canoe River and Revelstoke; during the year 16 miles of construction-work were carried out
by the Department between 1-Mile and Downie Creek; work was also started and good progress
made by the Dominion Government. Between Yoho and Golden the Department carried out
improvements at many points, and 1% miles were widened to 20 feet in solid rock.
West of Revelstoke, between Victor Lake and Three Valley Lake, 5 miles of reconstruction
and widening were undertaken and a 4%-mile diversion through the Campbell Ranch eliminated
the worst section between Salmon Arm and Kamloops; this was not opened during the fiscal
year as the gravelling remained to be done. As a relief measure, extensive work was carried
out at Chase Hill, the roadway being widened from 12 feet to 22 feet; reconstruction-work
was also carried out on the Kault Hill and on sections between Chase and Pritchard.
Between Kamloops and Savona, as part of an extensive programme of improvement, the
Savona Hill Diversion was carried through to completion;   this diversion takes the place of REPORT OF CHIEF ENGINEER. G 11
the original section, which had a 21-per-cent. gradient, and the dangerous level crossing of the
Canadian Pacific Railway is replaced with an overhead crossing; in addition, 7 miles of this
section were reconstructed. Although this section is greatly improved, further expenditures
are advisable to bring it up to standard construction.
Reconstruction-work was continued between Ashcroft and Spences Bridge. The diversion
at 89 Bluff was completed; this diversion eliminates what was the worst portion in this section,
but further work will be necessary before this important section of this important highway is in
safe condition for modern automobile traffic. A diversion at Oregon Jack, to eliminate a
20-per-cent. grade, was unfinished at the end of the year; the new grade at this point will be
6.5 per cent, maximum. Some improvements, under relief measures, were carried out on the
Cariboo Road section and between Hope and Rosedale.
The new cut-off across Sumas Prairie, which shortens the distance between Abbotsford
and Chilliwack by 4% miles, was completed with the exception of the portion immediately east
of Abbotsford.    The work was carried out by the Department's forces.
In continuation of the extensive programme of relocation and reconstruction of the Yale
Road, the work of rebuilding the section between Aberdeen Road and Aldergrove (1% miles)
was carried out by contract, except for the clearing and grubbing, which was done by local
labour. The revision of the section between Abbotsford and Aldergrove is now completed, thus
eliminating the most dangerous sections of the old Yale Road which had previously been the
scenes of serious traffic accidents each year. Between Coghlan and Langley, 7 miles of the old
Yale Road were reconstructed under contract, two level railway crossings being avoided as
well as many dangerous curves.
North Side of Fraser River (Agassiz to Vancouver).—Over Hammersley Mountain, widening
from 12 feet to 18 feet, entirely in solid rock, was undertaken; the work was not, however,
completed by the end of the year.
Between Hunter and Kanaka Creek (4.5 miles) the highway was reconstructed by contract
on a new location which passes through the outskirts of the village of Haney on high ground,
eliminating two right-angled turns as well as the 13-per-cent. gradient on Ontario Street; the
distance is reduced by nearly V% mile; the maximum gradient is now 6 per cent., the maximum
curvature 3°, and excellent visibility is provided. This section, as well as the section from
Pitt River to Hunter Road, was gravelled by contract.
The portion between Silverdale and Mission (4.66 miles) was also constructed by contract;
y<z mile in distance has been saved and four right-angled turns eliminated as well as numerous
curves and several steep gradients; the maximum gradient on this portion is now 7 per cent.;
gravelling was also carried out by contract.
The section between Albion and Whonnock, which was fully described last year, was
completed and gravelling was carried out by day-labour.
Surveys were made for a new and more direct route to provide connection between Pitt
River Bridge and Vancouver, through the Municipalities of Port Coquitlam, Coquitlam, Fraser
Mills, and Burnaby. Work was started in Burnaby Municipality, clearing, grading, and stumping being carried out, and in January the work was continued as a relief measure, good
progress being made with grading;   the work is proceeding.
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway.—This name has been given the highway which will
eventually reach from Yellowhead Pass to Prince Rupert via Prince George, with two connecting-
links to the south, via the North Thompson and Fraser. Rivers respectively.
During the year, 14 miles of right-of-way were cleared between Tete Jaune and Horsie
Creek and some grading was done west of Giscome; 3 miles of the old road was reconstructed,
special attention being given to the provision of good drainage through an extremely swampy
section. Between Giscome and Prince George, widening of the right-of-way was carried out at
various places over a distance of 25 miles.
East of Prince George the right-of-way was cleared for several diversions. About 7 miles
of reconstruction-work with gravelling were done between Prince George and Vanderhoof;
14 miles of new road were built between Vanderhoof and Fort Fraser.
A number of diversions and improvements were made between Hazelton and Telkwa and
progress was made in construction between Skeena Crossing and Kitwanga; gravelling was
completed between Copper River aDd Usk.
A considerable amount of survey-work was undertaken, 6 miles of the highway being located
from Usk eastwards, and other surveys being made in the  Skeena District;   a survey was G 12
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1930-31.
completed for a highway between Galloway Rapids and Skeena City, a distance of 26 miles;
this survey has shown that, although construction costs would be high, this is the most feasible
route for this section of the proposed highway to connect with Prince Rupert.
Okanagan—North Thompson Highway.—Following the completion of the section of this
highway between Blue River and Tete Jaune, this important route will form a connecting-link
between the three trans-provincial highways previously referred to, and is expected to attract
tourists who desire to reach the famous Jasper Park by automobile.
In the south, construction of the new high-level road between Summerland and Peachland
was completed by the building of an additional 4 miles at the northerly end. Between Kelowna
and Vernon, much reconstruction-work was done in the- South Okanagan District and a 3-mile
diversion was made at St. Anne's Hill.    The diversion at Enderby was completed.
Between Kamloops and Vernon, 8 miles of reconstruction were carried out in the Salmon
Arm District, widening and ditching being done and all dangerous curves being eliminated;
this highway between Westwold and Kamloops required only gravelling this year to place it in
good condition throughout.
North of Kamloops the reconstruction programme was continued, 5 miles of work being
completed, but much work remains to be done to meet the requirements of local settlers and of
tourists who will use this highway to reach Jasper upon completion of the section north of Blue
River, and I agree with the recommendation of the District Engineer that, as funds permit, as
much work as possible be done during the next few years to improve the old road.
Farther north, new construction was pushed ahead so that the highway was open to Blue
River by the fall, although, to accomplish this, it was necessary to reduce the width of the last
24 miles; additional work will eventually be necessary on portions of this section to bring them
up to standard.
Cariboo Highway (Spences Bridge to Prince George).—This highway needs no description,
being the oldest highway in the Province. Between Mile 14 and Hixon Creek, a number of
important diversions were made and power-shovels were used to widen many side-hill cuts;
10% miles of gravelling were completed.
Between Woodpecker and Prince George, surveys were made for diversions to give improved
alignment and a start was made in clearing, preparatory to grading these sections. Near Prince
George, a new road 2% miles long, known as the Quesnel Cut-off, was opened; this section
also serves some new settlements and enables the rural mail service to reach them. Special
attention was paid to drainage-work.
Under the heading of the Cariboo Highway, work on the Lillooet-Clinton and Lillooet-
Lytton Roads may be referred to. Two diversions were made on the former, giving improved
alignment and grade reduction (8 per cent, in place of 16 per cent.). Gravel was placed on
2 miles of the road. The widening, commenced last year on the Lillooet-Lytton section, was
completed as well as a %-mile diversion ; fills were made, approximately 18 feet in height, to
replace two bridges.
Island Highway.—The programme of widening and improvement was continued on this
highway, which carries a very considerable amount of traffic, particularly between Nanaimo
and Victoria.
On the Malahat section. 5 miles were widened and a start was made on erection of standard
cable protection fencing. The Stewart's Hill Diversion at the crossing of the Esquimalt &
Nanaimo Railway at Ladysmith involved 1 mile of new construction-work: steep and dangerous
grades and two trestle bridges were thereby eliminated. Three-quarters of a mile of reconstruction was carried out at Courtenay and 4 miles between Oyster River and Campbell River.
Construction of 3 miles of new highway was carried out in extension of this highway northwards from Campbell River towards Menzies Bay.
Kootenay-Columbia River Highway.—This highway is at present the only means of access
for tourists who wish to reach the National Parks through British Columbia : the highway is
noted for its scenic beauty and is extremely popular with our tourists.
During the year 8 miles of gravelling were carried ont across Skookumchuck Prairie and
also on the Fort Steele-Wasa section: widening and straightening were effected between Canal
Flats and Golden. With few exceptions, practically 100 miles of this highway are now of
standard width. Near Sinclair Canyon a diversion 4% miles in length replaces 5% miles of
dangerous winding road :   100.000 cubic yards of material were moved in this work. GENERAL HIGHWAY-WORK.
The foregoing finishes the description of work carried out on the trunk highways of the
Province during the fiscal year.
Work of considerable importance was also carried out on the main highways and local roads,
and this will now be described briefly.
Engineering District No. 6  (Columbia, Fernie, and Cranbrook Electoral Districts).
(Mr. A. Dixon, District Engineer, Cranbrook.)
The existing road between Phillips Canyon and Roosville was reconstructed for a distance
of 3 miles as part of a programme to bring, by degrees, the Elko-Roosville Highway to standard.
Five and one-half miles of grading were completed on the Kimberley-Wasa Road (new
McGinty Road) and trestle-bridging was erected over Cherry Creek; the highway will give good
road connection between Kimberley and the Kootenay-Columbia Highway to Banff.
The Columbia River (West Side) Road was gravelled; improvements were made in the
Campbell Road and on local roads at Briscoe, Athalmer, and Moberly. Five miles of the Sage
Creek Road were reconstructed in the Flathead Valley.
Mr. Dixon reports that one of the largest and most varied programmes was satisfactorily
carried out.
Engineering  District  No.  5   (Kaslo-Slocan,   Creston,  Nelson,   Rossland-Trail,   and
Revelstoke Electoral Districts).
(Mr. W. Ramsay, District Engineer, Nelson.)
Minor improvements were made to the Nelson-U.S. Boundary Road. The remaining 9 miles
of the Box Lake-Rosebery Road were completed, 8 miles by contract and 1 mile by day-labour;
work was done on the Kaslo-Ainsworth Road.
Engineering District No. 4 (North and South Okanagan, Grand Forks-Greenwood,
and Similkameen Electoral Districts).
(Mr. G. C. Mackay, District Engineer, Penticton.)
Four miles of the Carmi-Kelowua Road from Carmi towards Kelowna were constructed
and the existing Carmi-Penticton Road was extended 4 miles to the first crossing of Ellis
Creek. Two miles of new road were constructed on the west side of Christina Lake and a
narrow road was built for 13 miles south of McCullough Creek towards Carmi. Four miles of
the Penticton-Naramata Road were entirely reconstructed and brought up to modern highway
standard.
At Shuswap Hill, on the Vernon-Edgewood Road, a new section of 3 miles was built which,
when completed, will take the place of the present steep and tortuous route. Reconstruction-
work was carried out on the Eagle Pass, Enderby-Mabel Lake, Lumby-Mabel Lake, and
Cameron Point Roads as well as on many settlers' roads. Three additional miles of the new
Yellow Lake Road were constructed. To overcome the difficulty in obtaining standard width
of right-of-way through an Indian reserve, principally on account of the position of irrigation-
ditches, a new road, 2 miles in length, was constructed along the north shore of Dog Lake,
connecting a municipal road with the main highway between Penticton and Oliver.
Engineering District No. 3 (Kamloops, Salmon Arm, and Yale Electoral Districts).
(Mr. E. S. Jones, District Engineer, Kamloops.)
Many important diversions were constructed in the Salmon Arm District and much
reconstruction and gravelling were carried out; particular attention was paid to all farm roads.
Nine miles of reconstruction were effected on the Kamloops-Merritt Road between Kamloops and Nicola, grades being reduced, dangerous curves eliminated, and the road being
widened; 7 miles of this section were gravelled ; reconstruction-work was also carried out on
other sections of the Kamloops-Merritt Road. G 14 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1930-31.
Engineering District No. 2 (Burnaby, Dewdney, Delta, Chilliwack, Richmond-Point Grey,
and New Westminster Electoral Districts).
(Mr. E. H. Verner, District Engineer, New Westminster.)
General improvements were carried out in various parts of the district, including work on
classified highways in conjunction with the municipalities, giving improved connection with the
arterial highways.
To provide more adequately for increasing traffic between Vancouver, Ladner, and the
Boundary Bay country, a new road was built across Ladner Marsh; when the new ferry-landing
is completed, the ferry will be enabled to make two trips per hour in place of one trip as at
present. This road was constructed by dredging sand from the Fraser River and pumping it
across the marsh for a maximum distance of 1 mile; the 309,000 cubic yards of fill took forty
days to place.
The construction of a road from the International Boundary at Douglas to Campbell River
Road was carried out, which relieves the congestion at Blaine Customs; surveys were made
for an extension of this road through to Ladner.
The taking-over of the University Endowment Lands this year by the Department adds
12 miles of roads and other utilities, together with attendant administration of a municipal
character; the development of Unit No. 7 was commenced in October as a relief measure. An
appreciable amount of work was done on Marine Drive, which is now in a more satisfactory
condition. Good progress was made on the Richmond Highway construction with the object of
connecting Richmond and New Westminster by road in 1931.
In Burnaby District, Willingdon Avenue, from Moscrop Street to the Grandview Highway,
was graded and gravelled by day-labour.
Engineering District No. 9 (Lillooet, Cariboo, and North Vancouver
Electoral Districts).
(Mr. H. L. Hayne, District Engineer, Williams Lake.)
Throughout the district many minor diversions were made and worn-out gravel was
replaced. With the assistance of the Mines Department, a 5-mile diversion was made on the
Bridge River Road, commencing at the 40-Mile post and passing through Lome Mine; this
diversion shortened the existing road and eliminated a climb of 900 feet. Four and three-
quarter miles of the Sechelt-Pender Harbour Road were completed and 1.7 miles were 50 per
cent, completed, 31,000 cubic yards of material being moved, mostly solid rock; the total length
of this project is 11.7 miles.
A location was made for the Dollarton Highway from the Second Narrows Bridge to Deep
Cove and approximately 5 miles were cleared 66 feet wide and partly constructed as a relief
measure, in conjunction with the Municipality of North Vancouver. The road leading to the
wharf at Squamish was widened by 6 feet for V, mile and the sides riprapped for the same
distance to prevent scour from the Mamquam River.
Engineering District No. 8  (Fort George and Omineca Electoral Districts,
except Peace River).
(Mr. J. C. Brady, District Engineer, Prince George.)
South of Prince George, 4 miles of farm road were constructed and the right-of-way cleared
for an additional 2% miles to give access to an area of fine agricultural land. Improvements
were made in grade and alignment of the road between Prince George and Summit Lake and
surfacing was undertaken and completed at 10-Mile Hill.
On the Vanderhoof-Fort St. James Road, a few miles of widening were done near Fort
St. James in the vicinity of Stuart River Crossing and several miles were reconstructed near
A'anderhoof: surveys were made for diversions at several places between Vanderhoof and Fort
St. James. The Fort St. James-Manson Creek Road was continued and partly graded to the
26-Mile post from Fort St. James.
Between Whitesail and Eutsuk Lake, a narrow-gauge railway portage for 1% miles was
built to aid in the transportation of boats or of freight across what is the only land link in
hundreds of miles of this circular water route commencing at Ootsa Lake. Engineering District No. 7  (Prince Rupert, Skeena, and Atlin Electoral Districts).
(Mr. W. K. Gwyer, District Engineer, Prince Rupert.)
In the Nass River District, the road was completed across lava-beds, giving settlers at
Aiyansh an outlet to a boat-landing below Nass River Canyon; this road will enable settlers
to market their products at the canneries at the mouth of the river.
On Queen Charlotte Islands, a considerable amount of work was done in widening the
plank road between Tlell and Port Clements and in the improvement of the sea-shore road
between Queen Charlotte City and Tlell.
The Lakelse-Hot Springs Road was extended for 2 miles.
Engineering District No. 10 (Peace River Section of Fort George Electoral District).
(Mr. J. C. Johnstone, District Engineer, Pouce Coupe.)
All graded roads were maintained; 3914 miles of road were graded, 10% miles constructed,
106 miles cleared 66 feet wide, and 46 miles cleared 40 feet wide. Ninety-six log and lumber
culverts were constructed. Owing to shortage of funds, trails 15 feet wide were constructed
along one side of some roads in order to give access to and from the main highways to a
maximum number of settlers;   200 miles of main road were kept open during the winter.
Engineering District No. 1  (Saanich, Esquimalt, Cowichan-Newcastle, Nanaimo.
Alberni, Comox, the Islands, and Mackenzie Electoral Districts).
(Mr. H. L. Swan, District Engineer, Victoria.)
All roads were well maintained and kept in safe condition. One mile of the West Saanich
Road and % mile of Verdier Avenue leading to Mill Bay Ferry were reconstructed; this was
a greatly needed improvement. Nine miles of permanent shoulders and ditching were carried
out on the East Saanich Road and Quadra Street. One-half mile of reconstruction at Deal's
Hill, on the West Saanich Road, was effected by replacing a crib with fill and by widening.
On the West Coast Road, 2V-2 miles were graded and gravelled; west of Jordan River,
3 miles were cleared and three trestle bridges were built. Three miles of the Shawnigan West
Road were graded and partly gravelled; 1 mile was cleared and 2 miles of access road were
built. On what is known as the " Old Trunk Road " from Raymond's Crossing to Cobble Hill,
one railway crossing was eliminated and the hazard greatly reduced at two other crossings.
Two miles of the Lagoon Road, from Belmont Road to Esquimalt Lagoon, were constructed and
the trestle over the lagoon was built.
The Youbou Road, along the north shore of Cowichan Lake, was opened on September 11th.
1930. One-half mile of new construction was carried out on the mountain section of the
Canadian Highway. Widening and improvement was carried out to roads on Texada Island.
East of Bella Coola, 4 miles of the Bella Coola Road were cleared and some construction
carried out: 1% miles of the Bell Road at Bella Coola were built and 1 mile of construction-
work carried out on subdivision and local roads at Powell River, Wildwood, and Westview.
Three miles of general improvements and widening were done on the Thunder Bay Road.
In North Saanich, % mile of new road was built and 1 mile of reconstruction carried out
to accommodate traffic in connection with the new ferry service; % mile of Divide Road on
Saltspring Island was reconstructed: 1% miles of asphalt sidewalks were laid in Sidney;
throughout the Islands District. 8% miles of ditching and general improvement was carried out.
TRAILS.
In conjunction with the Mines Department, trails were cleared, built, and improved in many
districts, materially assisting mining development and prospecting.
HIGHWAY-PROTECTION WORK.
In the Dewdney District, Section No. 6 of the dyke system was constructed by day-labour
with the aid of power-shovels, thereby completing the river-slope dyke from the western end of
West Nicomen Island easterly towards Malcolm's Mountain, giving complete protection from
flooding by the Fraser River to West Nicomen Island, East Nicomen Island, and the Indian
Reserve Island above. G 16 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1930-31.
At Agassiz a fill of 36,000 cubic yards was placed across Caignou Slough by contract, primarily to ensure the safety of Caignou Bridge against high water; eventually this fill will form
a portion of the highway, thus removing the necessity of rebuilding this bridge when its useful
life has expired.
Wire-bound brush mattress protection was constructed on the banks of the Shuswap River
at Mara to protect the highway at this point; protection-work was also carried out on St. Mary
River at Fort Steele and on the Elk River near Fernie and Elkmouth.
The Squamish Dykes were raised, where necessary, and back-filled to give a width on top
of 6 feet; an earth dam was also constructed across Vancouver Street Slough to afford a
drainage-basin, over 9,000 cubic yards of material being moved by a drag-line.
In the Atlin District, breakwaters were completed to protect the town of Stewart from
encroachment by the Bear River and the town of Alice Arm from the overflow of the Kitsault
River.
SNOW-REMOVAL.
During the winter 2,566 miles of main road were ploughed and kept open; the snowfall is
reported as being unusually light and less ploughing than usual was required, many sections
only requiring one ploughing, while in some districts no ploughing was necessary. Through
traffic on the Castlegar-Cascade Summit section was not sufficient to warrant keeping the
summit portion open all the winter.
TRAFFIC.
Traffic statistics taken during the fiscal year under review were published in the Annual
Report for last year.
SURVEYS.
In addition to the surveys specifically mentioned herein, a survey was commenced for a
proposed route to give highway connection with Flathead and the Sage Creek country, via
Corbin to the International Boundary at Sage Creek, a distance of approximately 35 miles.
Location surveys had also been commenced, prior to the close of the year, for the central
arterial highway through the Municipalities of Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Fraser Mills, and
Burnaby.
RAILWAY CROSSINGS.
During the year preparatory work, in surveys and investigation, was carried out in connection with the proposed elimination of several dangerous grade crossings, and several proposals have been submitted to the Board of Railway Commissioners for consideration.
The elevation of the Trans-Provincial Highway (Yale Road) above the Great Northern
Railway at Abbotsford was a great improvement; at Abbotsford the existing under-crossing
was greatly improved by obtaining new alignment and grade.
In the vicinity of Enderby, in the North Okanagan District, the main highway was diverted
to eliminate two grade crossings towards which a 40-per-cent. contribution was received from
the " Grade Crossing Fund." Financial assistance was also received in connection with a
diversion of the Trans-Provincial Highway at Ryan, in Cranbrook District, a crossing being
built over the Canadian Pacific Railway at this point.
Two dangerous grade crossings over the Kettle Valley Railway in the Princeton Subdivision were substantially improved by diversions of the main highway. The elimination of the
grade crossing of the Esquimalt & Nanaimo Railway between Shawnigan Lake and Cobble Hill
has already been referred to. I am glad to record my appreciation of the co-operation which
we received from Colonel Parks, Divisional Engineer of the Board of Railway Commissioners,
in connection with all our dealings with the Board.
CORRESPONDENCE.
The year constitutes a record in the number of letters received and officially recorded, the
number of such letters representing an increase of 54 per cent, over the year 1927 and of 25
per cent, over last year; this heavy increase is mainly attributable to the additional work in
connection with unemployment relief. REPORT OF CHIEF ENGINEER.
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Recorded Corresponden
CE.
1927-28.
1928-29.
1929-30.
1930-31.
33,037
49,000
38,050
00,000
42,910
72,000
51,877
80,000
ROAD MILEAGE STATEMENTS.
Some change will be noted in the form of submitting the total mileage of highways included
elsewhere in this report; the headings have been extended to show the difference between
roads which are only cleared and those which are graded, and to show in more detail the total
mileage of the various types of paved surfaces. A clear distinction is made between Provincial
highways in unorganized territory and highways in organized territory which are classified as
arterial, primary, or secondary under Part III. of the " Highway Act," the status of which is
liable to be changed from time to time by Order in Council.
In revising this data, a careful check-up was made in the various districts which resulted
in the discovery of one or two anomalies in previous returns. Following the formation of the
Peace River District as a separate engineering district, a careful check-up of the highway mileage was possible, and it was discovered that over 600 miles of uncleared road allowances, trails,
etc., had been included in previous reports; while, technically, previous reports were correct,
yet, for record, only actually cleared and graded roads are recorded. In the North Lillooet
District it was discovered that 326 miles of trails had previously been included with the roads
and these have been deducted; some other errors of a similar nature were discovered, resulting
in a deduction of 1,093 miles from last year's total of 19,265 miles, resulting in a balance of
18,224 miles in unorganized territory the previous year, which figure may now be compared
with the total now submitted of 18,667 miles of highway in unorganized territory as at March
31st, 1931.
PERSONNEL.
During the month of September, the Peace River District, formerly administered by the
District Engineer at Prince George, was formed into a separate engineering district; this action
was considered advisable in view of the rapid influx of settlers and the difficulty of administration of this district from Prince George; Mr. F. J. Clark, Assistant District Engineer, was
transferred to New Westminster and Mr. J. C. Johnstone, then Assistant District Engineer at
Alberni, was appointed as District Engineer of the Peace River District (Engineering District
No. 10), his place at Alberni being filled by Mr. E. Smith, who later was transferred to Vancouver to take over the duties of Mr. P. Wylie, who was superannuated at the close of the year.
Mr, W. Clarke Gamble was appointed to fill the vacancy at Alberni. Mr. F. Peers was appointed
as Assistant District Engineer at Quesnel, taking the place of Mr. Stowe, who was assigned to
construction-work in Engineering District No. 2.
All officers of the Department, both in the field and in the office, have, during this strenuous
year, once more proven their loyalty to the service and their efficiency in carrying out their
duties, and I feel that you have a staff of which you personally may be proud to be at the head.
At this time I am glad to have this opportunity of gratefully acknowledging the assistance
which I have received from yourself and your predecessor, Honourable N. S. Lougheed, without
which it would not have been possible to have accomplished what has been done.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
P. PHILIP,
; Chief Engineer, Department of Public Works. G 18 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1930-31.
REPORT OF THE CHIEF ARCHITECT.
Department of Public Works,
Victoria, B.C., June 12th, 1931.
P. Philip, Esq.,
Chief Engineer, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I take pleasure in submitting the Annual Report of the Architectural Branch for the
fiscal year ended March 31st, 1931.
Mental Hospitals.—The Female Chronic Building was completed and occupied during this
year;  the building fills a long-needed want in the housing of patients at this institution.
The provision of occupational therapy and other features has resulted in a large saving to
the Government on account -of the work being carried out by the patients, who not only are
thus accomplishing useful work, but are helping in their own treatment.
The Veterans' Unit and Kitchen Block is well advanced, and I feel that the Province will
have, in these units, buildings in advance of anything on this continent; the class of construction is similar to that of the Female Chronic Building.
Your Engineering Branch has carried out the work in connection with the roads, sidewalks,
and curbs around the Female Chronic and Acute Buildings, greatly improving the appearance
of these grounds.
Tenders were awarded and work carried out on the construction of the following small
buildings: Assistant Medical Superintendent's Residence, Doctor's Residence, Fire Hall, Male
Occupational Building, and Greenhouse; excellent work has been obtained in the construction
of these units.
The usual maintenance and repairs have been carried out to these institutions.
The new power-house at New Westminster Mental Hospital has been completed and an
excellent building has been obtained.
Great interest is being centred on this plant on account of the pulverized-fuel unit, which
has exceeded our anticipations in its efficiency and ease in operation, a saving of 50 per cent,
in cost of coal having resulted.
A contract was awarded to remodal six wards in the old Hospital Building, and, apart from
the fact that the buildings are not fully fire-proof, the buildings are planned and equipped along
the lines of the Essondale units and result in a most economical method of housing patients;
it is suggested that, when funds are available, the remaining obsolete buildings be remodelled.
The old tank-house at Colony Farm was remodelled for use of farm-help by the institution
staff and patients, and a most creditable building has been made from the old structure.
A store was built at Essondale and is being used by the Canadian National Institute for
the Blind.
I am pleased to report that, with contracts amounting to $1,624,199 at Essondale. a balance
of $541 remained to the credit of the Government; this result was achieved by careful planning,
accurate specifications, and efficiency on the part of the contractors.
Hospitals.—The Department carried out the building of the new hospital at Hazelton and
the remodelling and addition to the existing hospital at Princeton. Each building has been most
successful, the one at Hazelton in particular being excellent value for the money expended,
taking into consideration its remote position. Plans were also prepared for a new addition to
Williams Lake Hospital.
Liquor Stores.—New Liquor Stores were erected at Prince Rupert, Kamloops, Golden, and
Lillooet. Designs were made for the fitting-up of the Liquor Stores at Nelson, Nanaimo, Esquimalt, Ashcroft, Pouce Coupe, Abbotsford, Ladysmith. Powell River, Salmon Arm, Carrol Street,
Vancouver, and inspections were made as the work progressed.
Nelson Gaol.—Plans were prepared for the remodelling of the above gaol into a lockup
and for offices for the Provincial Police and Game Branch.
Agricultural Fair Buildings.—This Branch designed the new Manufacturers' Building and
Horse-show Building at the Willows Park, Victoria. The supervision, however, was carried out
by the city officials.
Schools.—Plans were prepared and work carried out on the following schools: Hope, Pender
Harbour, Kitsumgallum, Port Alberni, Rutland, Bowser, Smithers, Houston, Wildwood, Cobble
Hill. Falkland, Glenora, and Okanagan Centre. Plans submitted by outside architects for various schools, to which the Government made
grants, were examined and comments thereon submitted.
Oakalla Prison Farm.—The new laundry and kitchen was completed during this year's
operations, the work being mostly carried out by prison-labour; the building is an excellent
example of what can be done by such labour, a considerable saving having been effected by this
means. Plans have also been made and work commenced on a new fence to enclose the whole
site;  this also will be carried out by prison-labour.
Boys' Industrial School.—Plans were prepared for a new Vocational Building for this
institution, the work on which will be carried out by inmates, who also erected a large new
chicken-house.
The institutional buildings were redecorated internally and improvements were made to
bath-rooms and grounds.
Lockups.—Standard lockups were erected during the year at Hazelton, Vanderhoof, and
Ashcroft; improvements and general repairs were carried out to other existing lockups throughout the Province.
Provincial Home, Kamloops.—Improvements to a considerable extent were made to this
institution internally, and a new refrigerator unit was added.
Provincial Schools.—Extensive improvements were made to the grounds of the Victoria
Normal School, including the building of part of a retaining-wall around the property.
A garage for staff was completed at the Vancouver Normal School; a new greenhouse was
built at the School for Deaf and Blind;   the usual repairs and maintenance were carried out.
Residences.—The Branch designed several cottages to be erected on the Sumas property for
the Dykes Department, and also erected residences at Williams Lake for the Public Works and
Agricultural Department officials.
Tranquille.—Plans were prepared for a new power-house at this institution; its erection
has been deferred meantime.
New piggeries and ham-curing room were provided on the farm. An addition to the Male
Staff quarters was completed during the year. Great improvements have been effected on the
grounds, roads, and farm buildings during this period. The buildings have been redecorated
externally and a new sprinkler system has been provided in the main building to provide additional fire-protection.
Parliament Buildings.—Besides the usual maintenance and repairs to these buildings, the
Legislative Hall was redecorated throughout and a new ventilation system and revolving doors
were installed.    Additional space was provided for the Police Department.
Furniture.—As no complete information was hitherto in existence in the Province, this
Branch has made good progress in the compilation of an accurate record, together with a complete inventory and valuation of the furniture contained in the various Government buildings
throughout the Province.
As a result of this survey, furniture which was not in use in various offices has been
transferred to other locations where needed. The necessity of buying new furniture has in
many cases been saved. The saving effected has more than covered the cost of operation.
This service is now being extended to include typewriters, adding-machines, etc.
A complete list of all the furniture necessary for the furnishing of the Female Chronic
Building and Veterans' Unit at Essondale and the remodelled section of the Mental Hospital at
New Westminster was supplied to the Purchasing Agent complete, with drawings, details, etc.,
of most of the material required.
Generally.—The Branch has done a considerable amount of work for the Education Department by making drawings for technical education, and standard layouts for domestic science
and chemical laboratories.
The Branch designed the windshield sticker issued at the toll-house on the Cariboo Highway, as well as a design for the mines exhibit for the Toronto Exhibition.
During the year the Department gave me the opportunity of visiting Great Britain and the
Continent for the purpose of looking over the various Mental Hospitals and Psychopathic
Hospitals in these countries. This visit enabled me to obtain the latest ideas along these lines,
and with the information obtained, sketch-plans have been prepared for the new Psychopathic
Building in readiness for the time when this institution is required. G 20 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1930-31.
The preliminary sketch-plans for the new Court-house at Victoria have also been made
preparatory to proceeding with the final plans.
Staff.—The taking-over of the tradesmen staff at the various institutions has worked out
very successfully; the men are well satisfied with the arrangement and are taking a keener
interest in their work. I feel, as a result of this policy, that economies are being practised and
much excellent work is being clone at Essondale, Tranquille, New Westminster, etc., by the
staff of these institutions.
It is with deep regret that this Branch loses the services of Mr. Middleton, who was superannuated at the end of this fiscal year; Mr. Middleton has given excellent service to this
Branch and has been a very loyal and faithful public servant.
The Branch also loses the services of Mr. Mowbray, Chief Electrician at Essondale, on
superannuation after twenty years of faithful service to the Government.
I wish to thank you, Sir, and Mr. Napier, the various District Engineers, and Mr. H. L.
Taylor, Inspector of Electrical Energy, for all the courtesy and assistance shown to me during
this period; and also to the faithful office and tradesmen staff, who have taken such a keen
interest in their work, which I feel has resulted in our obtaining such results of which the
Government may feel justly proud.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
Hy. Whittaker,
Chief Architect. CARIBOO ROAD—TRAFFIC RECORDS.
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G 25
TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED.
April 1st, 1930, to March 31st, 1931.
GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS.
Work and Tenderer.
Contract
Amount.
Remarks.
Prince Eupeet Liquor Store :
Reinforced-concrete Building and all Fittings:
E. H.  Shockley'	
T. Carson 	
Mitchell & Currie 	
J. Ii. Jollymore 	
Erected for Liquor Control Board.
Ashcroft Lockup :
Frame Building:
Mission Construction Co	
Storness & Sorenson 	
Wm. Neill 	
W. G. Millar 	
J. J. Curl 	
Johnson & Co	
H. Dawson  :	
* Tender included remodelling of old building.
Cumberland Lockup :
Remodelling for Residence:
Lewis H. Finch 	
Muir & Hunter 	
Turley Bros	
Prince Georoe Agriculturist's Residence :
Frame Building:
A. P. Anderson 	
Prince George Construction Co	
Vanderhoof Lockup :
Frame Building:
Prince George Construction Co	
Mutch, Hann & Cook 	
A. P. Anderson :	
Princeton Mine-rescue Station :
Frame Building:
E. H. Shockley 	
McLean & Giddings 	
T. Carson 	
Ellis & Trotter 	
Lillooet Liquor Store :
Frame Building, including all Fixtures:
H. Dawson 	
Mission Construction Co	
H. Burnham	
E. H. Shockley	
E. D. Allan 	
Wm. Neill 	
W. A. MacKenzie	
t Provisions of tender not complied with (no cheque).
Campbell River Lockup :
Painting:
W. J. Williams ....
A. W. Rigler	
$30,229.00
30,563.00
31,175.00
40,400.00
4,980.00
4,992.00
5,205.42
6,240.00
7,045.00
7,422.00
14,800.00*
1,296.90
1,330.95
1,400.00
4,341.00
4,624.00
9,055.00
10,002.00
10,382.00
4,550.00
4,728.00
4,980.00
5,275.00
4,350.00f
4,725.00
4,800.00
5,112.00
5,333.00
5,450.00
6,590.00
400.00
575.00
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Not awarded.
(Decided   not  to
build.)
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded. G 26
PUBLIC "WORKS REPORT, 1930-31.
GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS—Continlied.
Work and Tenderer.
Contract
Amount.
Remarks.
Williams Lake Residences :
Residence for Public Works Cleric:
Residence for District Agriculturist:
First call, June 25th, 1930:
Plan 1271.
H. G. Smith    $2,980.00
H. Dawson 	
W. A. MacKenzie 	
H. Burnham      4,625.00
Mission  Construction  Co     4,727.00
A. P. Anderson 	
Harvie & Simmonds      5,330.00
Wm. Orr      5,500.00
* Lowest bidder  (on account of injuries)  requested the Department
by letter to release him of the contract.
Plan 1641.
$3,900.00
5,865.00
6,000.00
6,650.00
6,500.00
Second call, August l,th, 1930:
P.W. Res.
H. Dawson 	
W. A. MacKenzie   $5,320.00
H. Burnham      5,560.00
Mission  Construction Co     5,700.00
J. E. Jones 	
A. P. Anderson 	
t Tender arrived after time of closing.
Tranquille Farm Buildings :
Wm. Orr 	
Mission Construction Co	
S. J. Simmons & Son  :	
W. G. Millar  ".	
Mission Construction Co.  (amended figure)
Johnson & Co., Ltd	
W. J. Moffatt 	
Agri. Res.
$4,630.00
4,418.00
4,727.00
New Westminster Mental Hospital :
Remodelling of Six Wards:
Adkison & Dill 	
Adkison & Dill (using other tile) 	
Pacific Engineers & Archie Hogg Construction Co	
T. Carson	
Smith Bros. & Wilson 	
E. H. Shockley 	
E. H. Shockley  (using other tile)	
H. C. Redmond 	
Hodson, King & Marble 	
Moncrieff & Vistaunet 	
Carter-Halls-Aldinger Co	
X Contractor asked permission by letter to withdraw his bid.
Hazelton Lockup :
Frame Lockup Residence, Hot-icater Heated:
Mutch, Hann & Cook	
E. H. Shockley 	
T. Carson 	
Oakalla Prison Farm :
Erection of Brick Chimney:
Baynes & Horie 	
E. W. Falls 	
T. Carson 	
$6,8S0.00
9,960.00
10,090.00
10,490.00
10,727.00
11,215.00
11,980.00
12,000.00
9,900.00
9,950.00
9,978.00
10,427.00
11,766.00
ll,076.00t
11,981.00
12,360.00
12,537.75
13,740.00
13,780.00
14,557.98
17,442.00
177,917.00t
171,917,00t
186,000.00
190,000.00
191,063.00
192,816.00
187,066.00
198,790.00
200,934.00
203,800.00
206,669.00
10,843.62
12,621.00
12,890.00
3,628.00
3,747.00
3,985.00
Not awarded.;
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded. TENDERS.
G 27
GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS—Continued.
Work and Tenderer.
Contract
Amount.
Remarks.
Oakalla Prison Farm—Continued.
Electrical Work to Laundry and Kitchen:
$1,716.00
1,818.00
1,829.00
1,965.00
2,045.00
2,187.00
2,225.00
2,893.00
5,985.00
6,093.00
6,444.00
6,676.00
7,197.00
7,670.00
11,100.00
3,530.00
3,550.00
3,563.00
3,590.00
3,675.00
3,718.50
3,800.00
3,853.00
4,134.00
4,340.00
4,750.00
5,082.00
10,137.00
1,774.75
2,062.00
2,275/00
2,294.00
2,397.40
2,500.00
2,741.77
2,774.40
3,307.15
3,339.90
3,341.00
3,398.00
3,802.00
4,000.00
4,296.40
6,093.50
14,890.00
15,200.00
15,762.00
16,267.00
18,602.00
21,380.00
20,390.00
CHE   Williams, Ltd.              	
F. Lake                   	
External Brickwork to Kitchen and Laundry:
E   W   Falls                                                              	
Adkison & Dill, Ltd	
Electric Lighting to Fence:
C   C  Carter               	
C. H. E. Williams, Ltd	
Vancouver Court-house :
Painting:
Johnson & Paterson 	
C. H. Brown                            ..  ..
Nash & Co	
H. C. Page 	
F. Colby 	
Essondale:
Occupational Building:
E. D. Allan 	
Cameron Construction Co	
E. H. Shocklev 	
E. A. & G. Diffner 	
T. A. Turnbull & Sons 	
Mission Construction Co	
Jas. Hyslop 	 G 28
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1930-31.
GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS—Continued.
Work and Tenderer.
Contract
Amount.
Remarks.
Essondale—Continued.
Assistant Medical Superintendent's House:
E. D. Allan	
E. H. Shockley 	
T. A. Turnbull & Sons 	
Mission Construction Co	
Jas. Hyslop  	
Medical Officer's House:
E. D. Allan 	
E. H. Shockley	
T. A. Turnbull & Sons 	
Mission Construction Co	
Jas. Hyslop 	
Greenhouse:
E. D. Allan 	
E. H. Shockley	
T. A. Turnbull & Sons 	
Mission Construction Co	
Jas. Hyslop 	
Fire-hall:
Mission Construction Co	
E. D. Allan 	
Cameron Construction Co	
E. H. Shockley	
E. A. & G. Diffner 	
T. A. Turnbull & Sons 	
Jas. Hyslop 	
$10,733.00
12,496.00
13,330.00
12,990.00
14,778.00
9,137.00
9,925.00
10,700.00
9,187.00
10,900.00
2,233.00
2,442.00
2,940.00
12,900.00
3,200.00
8,990.00
10,904.00
10,400.00
12,028.00
11,170.00
13,483.00
15,130.00
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
SCHOOLS.
Bowser School :
One-room Frame School and Outside Toilets:
$2,402.00
2,580.00
2,725.00
2,790.00
2,889.00
2,890.00
2,977.15
3,432.00
3,452.00
3,596.84
3,625.00
3,976.00
E. D. Allan                	
L. H. Finch 	
fioPE School :
One-room Addition to Existing Frame Building:
C. E. Davis 	
Awarded.
Webb & Currie 	
Wm. Neil 	
Rutland School :
Two-room Frame Building, Hot-air Heating:
A.  C.  Bennett 	
7,200.00
7,359.00
7,790.00
8,220.00
8,403.00
8,988.00
9,175.00
9,400.00
W. G. Millar 	
Ira C. Jones 	
Patterson & Black	 TENDERS.
G 29
SCHOOLS—Continued.
Work and Tenderer.
Contract
Amount.
Remarks.
Smithers School :
Three-room Frame School, Pile Foundations, Hot-water Heating:
$15,000.00
16,250.00
17,800.00
17,816.50
18,240.00
19,154.00
20,870.00
1,929.25
2,272.15
Mutch, Hann & Cook                                             	
E. H. Shockley             	
Mitchell & Currie                   	
Glenora School:
One-room Frame School and Outside Toilets:
J. M. & J. C. Campbell                   	
W. H. Vaux                       	
H. A. & M   J. Williams       	
2,344.35
2,535.00
2,690.00
2,746.00
3,782.00
4,245.00
6,084.00
6,170.00
0,354.00
6,375.00
6,542.00
6,768.00
6,969.26
7,200.00
8,973.50
Houston School :
One-room Frame Building and Outside Toilets:
Cobble Hill School :
One-room Frame School and Concrete Basement:
W. H. Vaux  '.	
J. E. Shanks	 G 30
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Comox—
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Arterial highways	
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Cowichan-Xewcastle—
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Creston—
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11.90
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77.16
10.92
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37.04
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47.55
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STATEMENT OF LICENCES ISSUED FOR PUBLIC PASSENGER-VEHICLES
FROM JANUARY 1st TO OCTOBER 31st, 1931.
No. of Xo. of Licences
Carrying Capacity. Vehicles cancelled
licensed.        during Period.
I to 5 passengers     26 13
6 to 10 passengers     66 17
II to 20 passengers     50 12
21 to 30 passengers     82 6
Over 30 passengers    21
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Total passenger licences issued  245
Total passenger licences cancelled     48
Total licences in force, October 31st, 1931  197
STATEMENT OF LICENCES  ISSUED FOR PUBLIC FREIGHT-VEHICLES
FROM JANUARY 1st TO OCTOBER 31st, 1931.
No. of No. of Licences
Carrying Capacity.                                           Vehicles cancelled
licensed. during Period.
Up to iy2 tons  115 26
Over iy2 tons and up to 2y2 tons     70 15
Over 2% tons     28 4
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Total freight licences issued  218
Total freight licences cancelled     48
Total licences in force, October 31st, 1931  170 CLASSIFICATION OF HIGHWAYS.
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CLASSIFICATION OF HIGHWAYS.
Under Part III. of the " Highway Act," Chapter 24 of the Statutes of
British Columbia, 1930.
STATEMENT SHOWING HIGHWAYS CLASSIFIED AS AT OCTOBER 31st, 1931.
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Enderby	
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Dunsmuir Avenue 	
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Merritt-Kamloops 	
Merritt—Princeton 	
Canadian Highway 	
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loco-Port Moody 	
Clarke Road 	
Dewdney Trunk Road 	
Trans-Provincial 	
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Hastings-Barnet 	
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Sardis Road 	
Monashee Road (White Valley)
Dewdney Trunk Road 	
Central  Arterial 	
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Clarke Road 	
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Secondary	
Secondary   ...
Arterial	
Arterial	
Secondary ...
Secondary    ..
Secondary
Secondary
1.40
0.66
0.90
1.10
1.05
0.36
0.21
1.06
0.69
0.21
1.40
3.30
5.75
3.60
1.40
1.12
7.90
0.52 G 48
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1930-31.
STATEMENT SHOWING HIGHWAYS CLASSIFIED AS AT OCTOBER 31st, 1931—Continued:
Name of
Municipality.
Ref.
No.
Name of Highway.
How
classified.
Approximate Mileage.
Arterial.
Primary
Secondary.
District Municipalities
—Continued.
Kent	
Langley ■
Maple Ridge	
Matsqui	
Mission	
North Cowichan..
North Vancouver
Peachland	
Penticton	
Pitt Meadows-
Richmond..
Saanich..
Salmon Arm..
Spallumcheen..
Sumas..
26r
60a
3r
54r
71b
22R
59k
69r
60k
73b
4r
12r
23r
58r
77b
31r
63a
36b
73a
66a
56b
40r
42r
86b
29b
21r
55r
78b
74b
75b
79b
66r
50b
84b
70 b
28r
29r
52r
30r
57a
85b
38k
24b
26b
76b
63r
62r
70a
32b
6r
7r
Trans-Provincial (Deroche—
Agassiz Road and Agassiz
Ferry Road)  	
Harrison Hot  Springs	
Trans-Provincial 	
Old Yale Road 	
McLellan  Road	
Trans-Provincial	
Port Hammond Loop 	
Port Haney Loop	
Old Dewdney Trunk Road and
River Road 	
River  Road  and Dewdney
Trunk Road 	
Trans-Provincial  (Yale Road)..
Abbotsford-Mission   	
Trans-Provincial 	
Silverdale-Mission	
Dewdney Trunk Road 	
Island Highway 	
Cowichan Lake Road 	
Quamichan Lake Road	
Dollarton Highway 	
Marine Drive (Robson Road)....
Mountain Highway  ,	
Peaehland-Kelowna   - .....
Sumroerland-Penticton-Oliver
Road
Fairview  Road   (Green  Mountain Road to Keremeos)	
Penticton-Naramata   	
Trans-Provincial   (Dewdney
Trunk  Road)   	
Old Dewdney Trunk Road	
Harris Road 	
Harris Road 	
Hammond  Road  	
McNeil  Road	
No. 5 Road  , ,	
Woodward Highway	
Steveston Highway	
No. 19 Road  -	
Island  Highway	
Quadra St. and Saanich Road-
West Saanich Road  ,.
East  Saanich Road  ,	
Verdier Avenue ,.
Keating Cross-road	
Trans-Provincial -—	
Salmon Arm-Enderby	
Salmon Arm-Grande Prairie....
Canoe Road  .,.—-	
Vernon-Salmon Arm 	
Vernon—Kamloops ., ,	
Landsdowne Loop 	
Armstrong-Salmon  River 	
Trans-Provincial	
Abbotsford-Huntingdon 	
Arterial	
Primary	
Arterial	
Arterialf—
Secondary..
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterialf..
Secondary..
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterialf—
Secondary-
Arterial	
Primary	
Secondary-
Primary	
Primary	
Secondary-
Arterial	
Arterial-
Secondary ..
Secondary-
Arterial	
Arterialf—
Secondary..
Secondary..
Secondary..
Secondary-
Arterial	
Secondary..
Secondary..
Secondary..
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial i
Arterial	
Primary	
Secondary-
Arterial	
Secondary..
Secondary.,
Secondary,.
Arterial	
Arterial	
Primaryf...
Secondary-
Arterial—..
Arterial	
13.73
10.96
4.38f
12.46
1.85
0.74
5.50f
7.80
5.88
9.10
5.00f
13,00
7.75
4.59
3.40
3.00f
5.90
1.70
3.65
10.00
9.00
8.25
12.20
4.90
11.57
2.54
2.37
2.50
4.73
1.00
0.77
3.75f
1.10
10.83
15.50
4.25
1.73
0.94
5.50
1.90
1.70
0.90
2.00
7.30
2.90
6.54
2.00
4.20
6.25
3.25
7.10
f Classification to be rescinded upon completion of construction of highway in new location. CLASSIFICATION OF HIGHWAYS.
G 49
STATEMENT SHOWING HIGHWAYS CLASSIFIED AS AT OCTOBER 31st, 1931—Continued.
Name of
Municipality.
Ref.
No.
Name of Highway.
How
classified.
Approximate Mileage.
Arterial. Primary.
Secondary.
District Municipalities
—Continued.
Sumas..
Summerland..
Surrey	
West Vancouver..
Village Municipalities.
Abbotsford	
Burns Lake	
Creston	
Gibsons Landing-
Hope	
Mission	
Quesnel—
Smithers..
Stewart..
Xerrace...
Vanderhoof..
61r
64a
59b
00 b
41r
15r
2r
13r
01 a
89b
90b
69b
07a
71a
72a
Or
11r
49k
65a
45r
70r
46r
25s
24R
36r
47r
50b
58b
72r
51r
07b
48k
64k
65r
Yale  Road   	
Delair Road 	
Vye Road ....'.	
Vedder  Mountain   ....
Penticton—Kelowna   	
Peace Arch Highway 	
Trans-Provincial  (Yale Road)..
Pacific Highway 	
Scott Road  (eastern portion)....
Johnston Road 	
Campbell River Road 	
McLellan Road 	
Marine Drive 	
Nelson   Avenue  	
Parts of Chatham Street, Royal
Avenue, and Bay Street	
Trans-Provincial  (Yale Road)..
Abbotsford—Mission   	
Prince Rupert Highway 	
Burns Lake—Francois Lake Road
Trans-Provincial  (Canyon Rd.)
Pender  Harbour  Highway	
Trans-Provincial (Water St.)„
Trans-Provincial   (Dewdney
Trunk Road)   	
Abbotsford-Mission   Road
(Home Ave. and Harbour St.)
Bay Street and Grant Street-
Cariboo Road 	
Prince  Rupert Highway 	
Hudson Bay Mountain Road	
Stewart-Bear River Highway-
Prince Rupert Highway 	
Kalum   Street   	
Prince Rupert Highway 	
Fort St.  James Highway	
Nechako Avenue, Third Street,
and Fraser Avenue (parts of)
Arterialf...
Primaryf ...
Secondary-
Secondary.
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Primary	
Secondary-
Secondary..
Secondary-
Primary	
Primary	
Primary-
Total mileage	
Deduct for mileagesf
Deduct for duplicate mileage—
North Road in Burnaby ami Coquitlam Municipalities..
Scott Road in Delta and Surrey Municipalities	
Net total mileage	
City Municipalities	
District Municipalities	
Village Municipalities	
lS.SOf
0.52
0.33
0.53
Primary	
0.83
0.80
Arterial	
0.98
1.40
0.56
Arterialf	
0.70f
Arterial	
1.25
Arterial	
1.45
Secondary	
Arterial	
1.78
Arterial	
1.07
Secondary-
Arterial	
0.52
Arterial
0.54
Arterialf	
0.31f
8.95
5.60
12.56
9.36
311.42
32.09
278.73
278.73
25.05
241.12
12.56
0.56f
7.75
11.14
0.44
0.41
0.18
66.90
4.31
62.59
5.20
57.39
2.74
54.47
0.18
3.00
3.75
9.70
2.50
2.40
1.35
141.72
141.72
1.40
140.32
7.64
130.83
1.85
f Classification to be rescinded upon completion of construction of highway in new location. G 50
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PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1930-31.
MILEAGE OF TRAILS.
Electoral District.
Ordinary
Trails.
Mining
Trails.
Total.
Alberni	
Atlin	
Burnaby	
Cariboo (North)	
Cariboo (South)	
Chilliwack	
Columbia .....
Comox	
Cowichan-New castle	
Cranbrook	
Creston	
Dewdney	
Esquimalt	
Fernie	
Fort George  (Fort George Section)	
Fort George  (Peace River Section)	
Grand Forks-Greenwood	
Islands	
Kamloops	
Kaslo-Slocan (Kootenay Lake Section)
Kaslo-Slocan   (Slocan  Division)	
Lillooet (North)	
Lillooet (South)	
Mackenzie	
North Okanagan 	
North Vancouver	
Omineca.	
Prince Rupert	
Revelstoke	
Rossla nd-Trail	
.Salmon Arm... -	
Similkameen	
Skeena 	
South Okanagan.	
Yale	
Totals	
Miles.
280
801
330
115
205
139
253
117
8
32
400
40
10
122
113
83
222
39
214
28
13
222
11
94
83
7
412
Miles.
520
178
118
374
45
03
127
326
11
0
6
44
420
507
344
158
08
101
24
2
007
04
194
41
230
432
41
150
Miles.
349
1,327
508
233
039
184
03
427
579
11
123
8
3S
400
90
18
248
020
397
378
107
315
52
15
829
75
288
83
4S
230
S44
11
150
4,405
4,920 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
G 53
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
Vote 165. Minister's Office   $12,911.69
Vote 166. Administration     360,430.05
Vote 167. Maintenance, Parliament Buildings and Grounds  200,887.69
Vote 168. Government House   26,370.59
Vote 171. Repairs to Government Buildings, except Parliament Buildings and Government House   293,227.32
Vote 172. Steam-boiler Inspection   11,150.17
Vote 173. Electrical Energy Inspection  10,942.45
Total, Votes 165-168 and 171-173        $915,919.96
(For details see Public Accounts.)
Vote 169. Roads    $1,844,135.67
Bridges   295,064.70
Ferries     141,697.52
Traffic Operation and Snow-removal   99,375.37
Launch   4,199.92
Surveys   12,399.92
Contingencies     3,823.79
$2,400,696.89
Wharves, Credit Balance  6,337.63
       2,394,359.26
Vote 173a. Highway-signs, Grant to Auto Club of B.C  $5,000.00
Vote 173b. Prince Rupert, Grant for Concrete Sidewalks  5,197.00
Vote 173c. Matsqui Dyking, Grant   1,675.38
Vote 173e. Pacific Highway Drainage, Grant   1,250.00
Vote 173f. River-bank Protection, Spallumcheen, Grant  2,000.00
Vote 1736. Dewdney Dyking Pumping, Grant   2,500.00
Vote 173h. Canadian Good Roads Association, Grant  1,000.00
Vote 173l. Fire-protection, Government Buildings, Atlin, Grant  250.00
Vote 140. " Mines Development Act "          111,438.26
Vote 170. Local Roads within Organized Territory  2,834.28
  133,144.92
Capital Expenditure (Roads, Bridges, Ferries, etc.).
" B.C. Loan Act, 1924," Sec. 6 (6)—Roads  1,095.55
"B.C. Loan Act, 1925," Sec. 6 (o) —
Roads   $2,932.24
Bridges  2,453.38
  5,385.62
" B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) —
Roads          $45,614.48
Bridges  50,818.59
Ferries   8,312.22
  104,745.29
" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6(a) —
Roads   $268,106.04
Bridges  109,823.03
Ferries   15,335.26
Local Roads   10,248.86
Local Bridges   884.12
Trails to Mineral Areas   36,290.25
  440,687.56
" B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) —
Roads   $5,352,307.70
Bridges  900,095.43
Ferries   177,824.45
Local Roads and Bridges   70,829.59
Bituminous Surfacing, General   950.88
Equipment Fund   800,000.00
       7,302,008.05
Capital Expenditure (Buildings).
"B.C. Loan Act, 1922," Sec. 6 (a)   $2.01
"B.C. Loan Act, 1923," Sec. 6 (c)   2.39
"B.C. Loan Act, 1927," Sec. 6 (ft)   .02
"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (5)   2,323.45
"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (6)          546,566.81
"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (6)          8S3.192.14
        1,432,086.82
Special Warrants 6, 7, 11, " Federal Unemployment Relief Act, 1930 "  741,067.86
$13,470,500.89 G 54 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1930-31.
ROADS, STREETS, BRIDGES, WHARVES, ETC.
ALBERNI DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (o) :  Roads.
Reg. No.
38. Lake Shore   $482.75
79. Hill's Bridge Fill   1,360.70
78. McKenzie Bridge Fill  1,284.00
100. Canadian Highway   2,793.47
156. Island Highway   866.25
$6,787.17
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
10. Morgan Creek (bridge culvert)    $1,979.72
10. Central Lake   2,217.63
18. Tofino-Ucluelet   4,779.55
38. Lake Shore  2,995.25
32. Crump's Gulch (bridge fill)    12,988.53
Fills at Bridges 53 and 54  2,299.10
53k. Canadian Highway  (arterial)    6,548.74
91. Bamfield survey (Pachena Trail)    603.33
Bamfield-Port Renfrew survey   4,481.61
100. Canadian Highway   15,678.05
156. Island Highway  5,660.00
Bituminous surfacing   23,086.19
$83,317.70
Total, Capital Account—Roads     $90,104.87
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (o) :   Bridges.
31. Little Qualicum  $305.50
36. Big Qualicum   40.00
80. Truman         1,766.82
$2,112.32
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (<z) :   Bridges.
53. Lockwood        $1,166.76
54. Pipe-line          1,830.33
$2,997.09
Total, Capital Account—Bridges          5,109.41
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Trails to
Mineral Areas.
Alberni Canal-Cowichan Lake   $499.43
Bedwell River from Bedwell Sound  497.65
Kennedy Lake-Sproat Lake         2,161.78
Total, Capital Account—Trails to Mineral Areas          3,158.86
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Beaver Creek  $842.80
2. Best's     66.50
3. Bland's   71.00
10. Great Central Lake          1,067.81
11. Cherry Creek   427.50
13. Compton   119.50
18. Tofino-Ucluelet   424.70
19. China Creek   130.00
24. Faber's   130.00
Carried forward      $3,279.81    $98,373.14 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
G 55
ALBERNI DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $3,279.81    $98,373.14
Reg. No.
33. Holberg-Cape Scott   2,368.43
34. Kitsuksus   83.75
38. Lake Shore  400.06
39. Maggie Lake Trail   182.00
45. Milltown   139.50
47. McCoy Lake  105.75
51. Quatsino   688.15
58. San Josef Valley Trail   297.00
66. Bamfield trails  749.33
71. Colony Lake Trail   200.00
82. Home Lake   401.50
87. Mud Bay   77.00
100. Canadian Highway   4,618.77
104. Biological   604.87
109. Church     283.00
110. Corfield's  89.00
111. Departure Bay   283.63
117. Errington Cross-road   778.97
119. Fisher   349.00
121. Grafton Avenue  515.58
125. Coombs  162.97
133. Morrison   131.80
135. McKibben   443.93
137. Northwest Bay   191.95
140. Parksville Cross-road   842.00
142. Parksville Settlement   69.00
146. School-house     208.91
148. Swayne   473.42
154. Turner  152.27
155. Temple    120.00
156. Island Highway   11,485.15
158. Hilliers   980.50
162. Young   142.50
164. Belleview    274.91
178. Pratt's  104.60
180. Winchester   187.10
183. Bainbridge   93.20
185. Station (Coombs)   469.43
188.  Godfrey   142.00
191. Gilbert     93.00
192. Ward's     63.50
205. Superior   159.88
209. Chester  75.00
212. Parker's     86.00
213. Qualicum    69.25
221. Kaye   144.25
222. Qualicum Settlement   128.00
224. Palmer     96.00
226. Thornton Trail   75.00
231. Hildebrand Trail  87.00
239. Milligan     75.00
240. Shidler    199.00
241. Texada    267.25
53r. Arterial Highway   148.05
4a. Alberni (primary)    169.50
5b. Alberni (secondary)   448.99
39b. Alberni (secondary)   48.25
Sundry roads and trails (units under $50)  1,078.13
Tools and Plant Account  4,040.22
Truck Account   10,905.94
Explosives Account   160.00
Total, Vote 169—Roads, Trails, etc       51,787.95
Carried forward  $150,161.09 G 56
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1930-31.
ALBERNI DISTRICT— Continued.
Brought forward  $150,161.09
Reg. No. Vote 169—Bridges :  Maintenance.
3. Larstons Creek   $50.00
4. Limekiln Creek   145.43
7. Dumont  245.65
8. Vipond     76.25
20. Englishman  River    50.00
21. Gaetzen   273.94
22. Morning Star Creek   61.00
23. French Creek  464.46
29. Grandon Slough (east)   1,529.76
30. Grandon Slough  (west)    999.92
42. Fletcher's   118.50
48. Bermuda   241.30
50. Coombs   286.92
61. Sinnot's     302.19
62. Chalet's   116.51
69a. Gilbert    73.23
84. Baynes    104.74
85. Marlowe   281.46
86. Paterson   96.98
87. Willow     88.82
88. Somers     192.92
92. Roger Creek  455.97
93. Kitsuksus   52.00
96a. Mission   86.50
99. Boot Lagoon   101.73
330. Anderson Bay   95.40
Sundry bridges  (units under $50)    275.44
Total, Vote 169—Bridges :   Maintenance         6,867.02
Vote 140—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
Trail up Zeballos River   $350.00
Trail to Quatsino Gold-Copper Mines, Ltd  1,000.00
Sproat Lake-Kennedy Lake Trail  (float)    150.00
Quicksilver Mines Trail, Sechart   150.00
Total, Vote 140—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary         1,650.00
Vote 169—Surveys.
156. Island Highway   $201.45
Total, Vote 169—Surveys   201.45
Total expenditure, Alberni District   $158,879.56
ATLIN DISTRICT  (NORTH).
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
1. Atlin-Surprise Lake    $3,059.45
British Columbia-Alaska-Yukon Highway  (air reconnaissances)  35,249.42
Total, Capital Account—Roads     $38,308.87
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
218. Atlin-Silver Lead Mine  $990.00
16. Atlin streets and sidewalks  208.10
1. Atlin-Surprise Lake  328.50
5. Boulder Creek   55.00
8. Indian River   143.50
10. McKee Creek   234.50
15. Ruby Creek   61.00
17. Spruce Creek   428.00
Sundry roads (units under $50)  98.10
Supervision, " A "   2,323.46
Auto, " C "   180.16
Material and supplies   1,604.37
Plant and tools   1,862.19
Total, Vote 169—Roads, Trails, etc         8,516.88
Carried forward     $46,825.75 	
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. G 57
ATLIN DISTRICT  (NORTH)— Continued.
Brought forward     $46,825.75
Vote 169—Bridges :   Maintenance.
Reg. No.
4. Burnt Creek  $95.20
14. Gold Run, No. 1  50.70
26. McKee Creek, No. 1  142.65
155. Nakina    451.00
27. O'Donnel River   54.00
32. Stephendike    75.00
42. Wright Creek   83.90
Sundry bridges (units under $50)  24.50
Total, Vote 169—Bridges:   Maintenance  976.95
Vote 140—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
218. Atlin-Silver Lead Mining Co. Road  $1,000.15
215. Prospectors' Trail  (Taku District)  967.55
210. Tulsequah River Trail  (Taku District)  1,296.00
Total, Vote 140—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary         3,263.70
Total expenditure, Atlin District (North) "~$51,066.40
ATLIN DISTRICT  (SOUTH).
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
146. Alice Arm streets and sidewalks..  $8,395.95
63. Bear River   11,710.88
198. Conwav Street   4,500.00
65. Gwinaha-Cranberry   8,096.04
195. Illiance   6,468.71
84. Kitsault     2,737.20
101. Stewart-Hyder    2,377.54
Bear River Protection  2,501.57
Total, Capital Account—Roads     $46,787.89
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Protection
of Highways.
Alice Arm  $3,069.76
Bear River   1,923.37
Total, Capital Account—Protection of Highways         4,993.13
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
217. Aiyansh-Alice Arm Telegraph Trail  $98.75
68. Aiyansh-Cranberry  240.00
63. Bear River  452.50
75. Bonanza Trail   141.60
71. Bear-Nass   120.00
72. Big Missouri   2,189.64
70. Bitter Creek    100.00
109. East Creek  :  110.00
83. Illiance   140.00
75. Kitsault (North-east Fork)  512.00
89. Marmot River   152.50
272. Muddy Gulch Trail  527.75
216. Premier-B.C. Silver   276.50
133. Roundy Creek Trail  185.00
66. Salmon River   273.10
200. Sand Lake   186.00
102. Stewart-Hyder    795.50
101. Stewart streets   282.43
Sundry trails (units less than $50)  177.40
Supervision, " A "  7,292.87
Garage     1,331.48
Material and supplies  1,617.55
Plants and tools  762.07
Total, Vote 169—Roads, Trails, etc ZZZZZ7.      17,964.64
Carried forward     $69,745.66 G 58 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1930-31.
ATLIN DISTRICT  (SOUTH)— Continued.
Brought forward     $69,745.66
Vote 1.69—Bridges :   Maintenance.
Reg. No.
184. Georgia River   $501.00
84. Gingit    74.50
85. Glacier Creek   404.00
277. Hanna River   1,228.50
101. Illiance    1,652.57
273. L. and L. Trail  62.00
137. Mathewson Creek  52.50
275. Seaxe River   1,130.80
89. Siskinisht   151.90
90. Stewart-Hyder    1,402.15
112. Tshitin  537.00
274. Ward Pass   1,500.00
276. Wintermute    100.00
Sundry bridges (units under $50)  269.14
Total, Vote 169—Bridges :   Maintenance         9,066.06
Vote 169—Ferries.
1. Aiyansh-Grease Harbour   $600.00
Total, Vote 169—Ferries  600.00
Vote 169—Traffic Operation   (including  Snow-removal  Service) .
84. Kitsault   (Dolly Varden Rly.)  $225.00
Total, Vote 169—Traffic Operations (including Snow-removal Service)  225.00
Vote 140—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
67. American Creek (east side)  $399.50
70. Bitter Creek    102.50
179. Bulldog     1,500.00
201. Elkhorn     500.00
213. Excelsior     220.00
80. Georgia River  1,140.00
142. Marmot River (South Fork)  306.00
212. Mayou   126.00
214. Mobile   493.00
177. Red Point   300.00
123. Tide Lake (Missouri Extension)  281.00
209. Tidewater-Molybdenum   1,000.00
211. Tyee-Highland     500.00
Total, Vote 140—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary         6,868.00
$86,504.72
Less refund, Department of Lands         7,000.00
Total expenditure, Atlin District (South)     $79,504.72
ATLIN DISTRICT  (STIKINE).
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
52. Telegraph Creek-Dease Lake      $10,195.71
Total, Capital Account—Roads     $10,195.71
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
49. Caska     $256.00
50. Glenora  206.00
208. Grand Rapids Trail  250.00
56. Klappan    280.00
180. Shakes Creek   293.50
51. Telegraph-Dease Lake   345.15
197. Telegraph Line   (south)  2,529.62
61. Telegraph Creek streets  659.75
Carried forward       $4,820.02    $10,195.71 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. G 59
ATLIN DISTRICT  (STIKINE)— Continued.
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $4,820.02    $10,195.71
Reg. No.
59. Teslin Trail   283.50
Sawmill  207.75
Supervision     232.95
Plant and tools  1,406.73
Material and supplies  52.66
Total, Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads, Trails, etc.        7,003.61
Vote 169—Bridges :   Maintenance.
48. Casca, No. 5  $150.00
49. Deep Creek  153.50
55. 4-Mile    100.00
119. South Fork   77.00
66. Stikine Avenue   349.12
69. Tahltan  132.02
72. Tooya     185.35
74. 26-Mile    314.75
Sundry bridges  (units under $50)  258.40
Sawmill     2,437.01
Total, Vote 169—Bridges :   Maintenance         4,157.15
Vote 140—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
205. Devils Elbow Mountain Trail  $200.75
208. Jackson Group Trail  599.50
Total, Vote 140—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary  800.25
Total expenditure, Atlin District  (Stikine)     $22,156.72
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Total expenditure, Atlin District  $152,727.84
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BURNABY DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
22b. Riverway  (reconstruction of fills)       $2,479.33
68b. Douglas   (culvert, Deer Creek)         1,240.84
Ir. Kingsway  (storm-sewer reconstruction)  501.25
$4,221.42
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
68b. Douglas      $3,748.54
Capital Account—" B.C.  Loan Act,  1929,"  Sec.  6   (a) :  Local Roads
within Municipal Limits.
Willingdon Avenue        $4,751.34
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6  (a) ;   Roads.
17r. Central Arterial Highway     $43,249.89
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6  (a) :   Local
Roads within Municipal Limits.
Grandview     $10,656.82
Total, Capital Account—Roads     $66,628.01
Carried forward     $66,628.01 G 60
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1930-31.
BURNABY DISTRICT— Continued.
Brought forward     $66,628.01
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
8a. Kingsway   $1,212.07
32a. Hastings-Barnet   93.22
14b. North     329.13
22b. Riverway    226.48
55b. Grandview    85.80
68b. Douglas   13.46
62a. Grandview-Douglas   1,840.77
Ir. Kingsway   3,198.36
14b. Hastings-Barnet   2,986.00
Total, Vote 169—Roads, Trails, etc         9,985.29
Vote 169—Bridges :   Maintenance.
Sundry bridges  (units under $50)  $27.86
Total, Vote 169—Bridges  27.86
Vote 170—Local Roads within Organized Territory.
Willingdon   Avenue         $465.84
Total, Vote 170—Local Roads within Organized Territory  465.84
Total expenditure, Burnaby District     $77,107.00
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CARIBOO DISTRICT  (NORTH).
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
4. Chilcotin  $6,336.07
5. Cariboo   8,935.97
6. Redstone-Chezacut   1,271.95
32. Fraser   4,180.00
37. Barkerville-Bear Lake    561.56
38. Barkerville          3,203.27
58. Quesnel-Blackwater   1,849.98
59. Quesnel-Nazko     2,256.97
60. Quesnel-Little Lake   1,996.25
105. Big Creek   2,290.34
177. B.C. Refractories   1,481.10
Settlers' roads          6,569.37
Tool-house, Quesnel   555.31
Total, Capital Account—Roads     $41,488.14
Capital Account—" B.C.  Loan  Act,  1930,"   Sec.  6   (a) :   Bridges.
149. Newton   $896.40
287. Taseko River          5,176.86
Total, Capital Account—Bridges         6,073.26
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Alexis Creek-Nazko   $472.00
4. Chilcotin   4,393.86
5. Cariboo   14,344.84
10. Hanceville-Christie     296.35
19. 177-Mil<^Beaver Lake   203.00
23. Soda  Creek-Mud Lake  126.00
32. Fraser   2,974.66
33. Alexandria Ferry   (east)  54.00
36. Barkerville-Antler     287.00
38. Barkerville   5,171.37
38. Barkerville (winter road)   472.15
Carried forward     $28,795.23    $47,561.40 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
G 61
CARIBOO DISTRICT  (NORTH)— Continued.
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $28,795.23    $47,561.40
Reg. No.
45. Dragon Lake (west)  236.20
46. Dragon Lake   (east)  300.70
51. Lavoie's     50.00
54. McLean   180.00
58. Quesnel-Blackwater   2,037.62
59. Quesnel-Nazko     1,760.65
60. Quesnel-Little Lake   1,423.20
71. Morris   100.00
74. North Star   169.60
81. Tatlayoko Lake   153.15
82. Higdon     50.00
87. Tatlayoko-Skinner    75.00
93. Allcock    52.00
102. Baity   82.00
105. Big Creek   262.50
106. Lake  Creek    75.00
117. Salmon   196.45
161. LeBourdais  50.00
162. Durrell    92.00
162. Yardley   76.00
165. 10-Mile Lake   154.75
167. Quesnel Canyon  100.00
168. Colebank's (west)   203.00
172. Sisters Creek-Hill Lake  176.00
180. Morgan   148.00
47r. Cariboo (Village of Quesnel)  803.68
Plant and tools  4,739.78
Camp equipment   495.69
Material Account  5,514.26
Sundry roads (units under $50)  344.40
Total, Vote 169—Roads, Trails, etc       48,896.86
Vote 169—Bridges :   Maintenance.
25. Big Camp Creek  $267.50
13. Bear (Bowron) River  93.00
16. Blackwater   4.00
65. Evans Creek  24.00
66. Fraser River (at Quesnel)  84.02
119. Mackay  497.72
142. Nazko    515.74
213. Meldrum Creek   19.80
221. Trout Creek   90.25
250. Wade   9.60
261. Piper   475.45
288. Trueman   85.72
292. Hansen   60.00
Total, Vote 169—Bridges :   Maintenance         2,226.80
Vote 169—Ferries.
2. Fraser River-Alexandria   $2,058.70
3. Fraser River-Macalister   3,424.92
4. Fraser River-Soda Creek  1,963.92
5. Quesnel River-Gravel's   1,762.36
Total, Vote 169—Ferries         9,209.90
Vote 169—Traffic Operation   (including Snow-removal Service).
4. Chilcotin   $164.04
5. Cariboo   836.11
38. Barkerville   1,933.24
45. Dragon Lake (west)  4.50
46. Dragon Lake (east)  4.50
Carried forward  $2,942.39 $107,894.96 G 62 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1930-31.
CARIBOO DISTRICT  (NORTH)—Continued.
Vote 169—Traffic Operation (incuding Snow-removal Service)—Continued.
Brought forward  $2,942.39 $107,894.96
Reg. No.
47r. Cariboo (Village of Quesnel)  9.62
58. Quesnel-Blackwater   18.00
159. Colebank's (east)   32.00
32. Fraser   8.00
Total, Vote 169—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service)         3,010.01
Vote 140—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
Trail from Cottonwood House to Ahbau Lake  $75.00
Hixon Creek Road  501.00
Upper Hixon Creek Road  200.00
Lowhee-Jack of Clubs Lake Road  200.00
Trail to Hudson Group  200.00
Trail from Beaver Pass to Valley Creek  25.00
Trail from Valley Creek to connect with Willow River-Ahbau Lake Trail 75.00
Slough Creek Road from Ketch Hydraulic Mine to Dragon Creek  499.05
Trail down Willow River from Stony Creek  461.00
Trail from Cottonwood Bridge to Victoria Creek  100.00
Road to Cariboo Eagle Mining Co., Stanley  (Barkerville-Stanley Road,
No. 39)    590.40
Quesnel to Hydraulic Road  482.50
Road from Barkerville to property of Lowhee Mining Co  727.25
Cunningham Creek Road  200.00
Bridge across Lightning Creek  100.00
Trail to Canyon Creek from Prince George to Quesnel Highway  100.00
Road to Cariboo Gold Quartz Mining Co  300.00
Bridge across Lightning Creek at Lovett Creek  400.00
Total, Vote 140—" Mines Development Act,"  Supplementary         5,236.20
Total expenditure, Cariboo District  (North)  $116,141.17
CARIBOO DISTRICT (SOUTH).
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) : Roads.
3. Beaver Valley   $771.70
4. Chilcotin Main   7,673.44
5. Cariboo Main    12,585.51
12. 108-Mile-Horsefly   803.09
15. Horsefly Main   4,212.13
17. 156-Mile-Williams Lake   673.50
18. Keithley Main  2,931.66
21. Mission  3,865.11
28. Soda Creek-Williams Lake   9,690.71
70. Peavine Ridge   1,392.90
72. Clinton-Williams Lake   4,497.60
100. Buffalo Lake-Edwards Lake   186.50
121. Canoe Creek-Hanceville :  2,680.76
129. Hawkins Lake-Eagle Creek   92.00
130. Empire Valley   196.88
131. Exeter-Canim Lake   2,320.69
141. Lone Butte-Bridge Lake   1,417.29
143. Lac la Hache Station  760.00
147. Roe Lake-Bridge Lake   917.72
196. Bridge Lake   1,600.60
Tool-house, Williams Lake   8,379.38
Settlers' roads   2,899.80
Springfield Bridge approaches   4,998.14
Total, Capital Account—Roads T.    $75,547.11
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :  Bridges.
47. Springfield       $27,981.67
Total, Capital Account—Bridges ~       27,981.67
Carried forward  $103,528.78 CARIBOO DISTRICT  (SOUTH)—Continued.
Brought forward  $103,528.78
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :  Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
3. Beaver Valley   $260.50
4. Chilcotin   3,390.76
5. Cariboo Main  3,526.15
12. 108-Mile-Horsefly   519.00
15. Horsefly Main   644.45
18. Keithley Main   1,888.89
21. Mission   1,305.33
24. Knife Creek   74.00
28. Soda Creek-Williams Lake   1,099.08
29. Upper Horsefly   386.95
72. Clinton-Williams Lake   708.63
90. Likely-Cedar Creek   320.00
100. Buffalo Lake   88.00
121. Canoe Creek-Haneeville  1  1,807.78
127. Valley Road   256.00
130. Empire Valley   419.82
131. Canim Lake   847.10
141. Lone Butte-Bridge Lake  114.64
142. McKinley-Ogden   98.00
143. Lac la Hache Station  404.80
145. 93-Mile-Lone Butte   346.30
147. Roe Lake   80.38
152. Springhouse-U.S. Meadows    183.36
184. Green Lake-Lone Butte   100.25
185. North Fork   98.00
196. Bridge Lake   162.00
197. Bradley Creek   350.56
199. Beedy Creek '.  150.00
205. Bell   150.00
209. Red Creek   84.00
Residence, Williams Lake   898.38
Sundry roads  (units under $50)    130.57
Camp equipment   3,628.43
Plant and tools   18,124.62
Supervision—
General Foreman, salary and expenses  2,576.30
Auto   1,276.56
Total, Vote 169—Roads, Trails, etc       46,499.59
Vote 169—Bridges :  Maintenance.
98. Quesnel Forks   $212.00
109. Skunk Creek  -  1,488.30
113. Jones Creek   756.17
141. Likely   294.00
163. Snowshoe   12.00
193. Beaver  Creek    58.80
209. Wheel   308.05
301. Alkali Lake   451.33
304. Brigham Creek   120.47
308. Bradly Creek   188.00
317. Dussault   1,604.97
319. Dog Creek, No. 1   149.03
320. Dog Creek, No. 2   246.79
333. Meason   167.01
342. 100-Mile Creek   476.46
348. 122-Mile Creek   477.44
376. Martin Creek   122.60
425. Mikkelson   278.50
428. Waddell Creek  91.00
429. Hockley Creek   172.00
430. Casey     243.12
Carried forward  $7,918.04 $150,028.37 G 64 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1930-31.
CARIBOO DISTRICT  (SOUTH)— Continued.
Vote 169—Bridges :   Maintenance—Continued.
Brought forward  $7,918.04 $150,028.37
Reg. No.
431. Hillman     146.64
432. 10-Mile Creek   85.09
Total, Vote 169—Bridges :   Maintenance          8,149.77
Vote 169—Ferries.
6. Woodjam  (Horsefly)    $48.00
Total, Vote 169—Ferries   48.00
Vote 169—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service).
4. Chilcotin Main  $100.00
5. Cariboo Main  805.84
15. Horsefly Main   294.22
18. Keithley Main   1,225.60
72. Clinton-Williams Lake   44.65
131. Canim Lake   15.00
141. Lone Butte-Bridge Lake   286.55
Snow-plough equipment   153.05
Total, Vote 169—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service)         2,924.91
Vote 169—Surveys.
General surveys  $999.50
Total, Vote 169—Surveys   999.50
Vote 140—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
18. Keithley Main Road   $1,498.00
90. Likely-Cedar Creek Road   500.00
111. Antoine Creek Road  500.00
202. Cedar Creek-Spanish Mountain Trail   50.00
213. Jane Group Trail   200.00
214. Black Creek Trail   300.00
232. Rose Lake Trail   150.00
Total, Vote 140—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary         3,198.00
Total expenditure, Cariboo District  (South)    $165,348.55
Total expenditure, Cariboo District   $281,489.72
CHILLIWACK DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
10a. Trans-Provincial, Yale Road Revision   $8,798.11
10a. Trans-Provincial, Yale Road Revision  (gravelling)  18,815.85
46a. New Sumas Highway   3,210.95
4r. Trans-Provincial, Yale Road Revision   2,809.85
6r. New Sumas Highway   6,626.88
$40,261.64
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
10a. Trans-Provincial, Yale Road Revision (Section 4)   $69,730.68
11a. Trans-Provincial, Yale Road Revision (Abbotsford East)  5,419.86
5r, 11r. Village of Abbotsford (paving)   45,768.71
4r. Trans-Provincial, Yale Road Revision (Section 4)  10,081.69
6r. New Sumas Highway   76,905.39
12r. Abbotsford-Mission  (drain at Matsqui)    4,675.22
12r. Abbotsford-Mission (Riverside Road Revision)   1,692.03
Carried forward  $214,273.58 	
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
G 65
CHILLIWACK DISTRICT—Continued.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads—Continued.
Brought forward  $214,273.58
Reg. No.
8r. Trans-Provincial (culvert at Elk Creek)   1,393.22
7r. Abbotsford-Huntingdon   1,059.70
8r. Trans-Provincial (surfacing)    2,854.40
9r. Rosedale Ferry  (surfacing)    858.15
12r. Abbotsford-Mission  (surfacing)     228.00
6lR. Yale   (surfacing!     117.38
8. Columbia Valley   3,961.03
$224,745.46
Capital Account—■" B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6  (a) :   Local
Roads within Organized Territory.
Ryder Lake   $2,000.60
Gladys  714.58
Clearbrook-Marshall     439.85
Mount Lehman   594.06
King    129.40
Lefevre   308.20
Townline  349.00
Sim    330.36
Page     249.74
Harris-Brown   962.40
Harris   630.87
Ford     102.85
Clayburn  332.60
Township Line   319.20
Aberdeen  380.55
$7,844.26
Total, Capital Account—Roads  $272,851.36
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
11a. Bridge at Sumas Municipal Hall  $6,577.78
12r. Matsqui Slough   2,441.70
9r. Hope Slough  2,718.33
Total, Capital Account—Bridges        11,737.81
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :   Ferries.
Agassiz-Rosedale Ferry Landings   $75,709.90
Total, Capital Account—Ferries  -       75,709.90
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
6. Huntingdon Townsite   $1,359.49
8. Columbia Valley   4,650.84
9. Chilliwack River   838.76
13. Clayburn-Straiton     518.73
16. Rosedale Ferry   435.07
4r. Trans-Provincial   5,470.98
5r. Trans-Provincial   350.00
6r. Trans-Provincial   924.39
7b. Abbotsford-Huntingdon   917.27
8r. Trans-Provincial   733.75
9r. Rosedale Ferry   230.80
11b. Abbotsford-Mission     185.10
12r. Abbotsford-Mission     3,040.53
61r. Yale  5,854.99
10a. Trans-Provincial   5,216.55
37a. Abbotsford-Riverside   2,538.66
Carried forward  $32,265.91 $360,299.07 CHILLIWACK DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $32,265.91 $360,299.07
Reg. No.
11a. Trans-Provincial   20,220.97
13a. Huntingdon    244.68
12a. Trans-Provincial   2,988.38
19b. Rosedale Ferry   456.80
61b. Vedder Mountain   430.62
21a. Yale  79.00
39a. Abbotsford-Riverside   57.62
Plant and tools   2,519.82
Sundry roads   27.00
Total, Vote 169—Roads, Trails, etc       60,290.80
Vote 169—Bridges : Maintenance.
13. McGillivray Creek   $132.00
35. Watt   302.50
37. Dunville    166.73
38. Frost   217.99
53. Munro  :  719.45
54. Ryder    217.90
Total, Vote 169—Bridges :   Maintenance          1,756.57
Vote 170—Local Bridges within Organized Territory.
20. Vedder River   $503.17
Total, Vote 170—Local Bridges within Organized Territory  503.17
Vote 169—Ferries.
1. Agassiz-Rosedale        $17,360.01
Agassiz-Rosedale Ferry Landing          4,106.39
$21,466.40
Less toll receipts        13,142.70
Total, Vote 169—Ferries         8,323.70
Total expenditure, Chilliwack District  $431,173.31
COLUMBIA DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
1. Kootenay-Columbia River Highway  (Sinclair Diversion)       $6,860.52
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
7. Campbell          $1,026.25
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) : Roads.
1. Kootenay-Columbia River Highway      $21,018.78
1. Kootenay-Columbia River Highway (Sinclair Diversion)       40,740.28
2. West Side        2,000.00
6. Athalmer     989.68
7. Campbell  999.58
9. Brisco          2,492.03
87. Golden-Yoho Park  :         5,975.12
Carried fortvard     $74,215.47 COLUMBIA DISTRICT—Continued.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads—Continued.
Brought forward  $74,215.47
Reg. No.
168. Pat Sheek Trail  999.87
Implement-sheds, Golden  1,497.04
$76,712.38
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $84,599.15
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
40. Kootenay River      $18,426.49
Total, Capital Account—Bridges        18,426.49
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Kootenay-Columbia Highway   $20,982.70
2. West Side   2,756.52
3. Golden-Donald (lower)   199.00
4. Toby    596.25
5. Horsethief     251.75
6. Athalmer     579.00
7. Campbell     1,681.50
9. Brisco    406.41
11. Wilmer Pontoon  77.75
14. Mitchell     480.25
26. Toby Hill  95.50
28. Toby Cut-off   173.00
38. Moberly Branch   2,218.07
42. Golden-Donald   (upper)     549.25
55. Houlgrave  59.00
58. Sanborn  152.50
68. Ottason   54.90
71. Edgewater Station  80.50
84. Hawke  125.00
87. Golden-Yoho    4,875.21
202. Third Avenue, Golden   224.00
206. Second Street, Golden  50.00
209. Wapta Street, Golden  100.00
210. Calgary  Street,  Golden  50.00
212. Cariboo Street,  Golden  75.00
217. Alexandra Avenue, Golden  100.00
218. Victoria Avenue, Golden  50.00
219. River Street,  Golden  50.00
220. Montana Street, Golden  75.00
221. Bonanza  Street,  Golden  50.00
222. Idaho Street, Golden  50.00
223. Columbia Avenue, Golden  100.00
226. Third Avenue, Golden   50.00
231. Third Street, Athalmer  64.00
232. Fourth Avenue, Athalmer  100.00
243. Second Street, Invermere  64.00
245. Bruce Avenue, Invermere  224.00
258. Fourth Avenue, Golden  1,483.93
263. Faber     79.50
276. Reeves   1,669.63
277. Hewett    305.38
278. Spillimacheen-Vermont   104.95
280. Golden-Big Bend   1,058.51
285. Edwards   93.50
125. Horsethief Trail  64.00
Various small roads (units under $50)  1,009.65
Carried forward  $43,739.11 $103,025.64 G 68 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1930-31.
COLUMBIA DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward     $43,739.11 $103,025.64
Camp equipment   30.00
Plant and tools         6,241.84
$50,010.95
Less sale of obsolete plant  362.00
Total, Vote 169—Roads, Trails, etc       49,648.95
Vote 169—Bridges :   Maintenance.
Reg. No.
4. Kicking Horse River  $49.68
5. Horse Creek   6.50
22. Sinclair   44.00
26. Shuswap   88.00
28. Windermere   296.14
32. Coldspring     140.31
33. Fairmont     '   138.50
35. Dutch Creek   668.55
38. Marion  Creek    375.81
40. Kootenay    41.15
53. Horsethief     10.00
55. Forster's   21.25
56. Francis   21.00
64. Spillimacheen  139.99
67. Spillimacheen   (swing)     356.02
68. Athalmer  60.00
73. Blaeberry  (upper)    46.40
79. Tatlev   77.00
80. Findlay   3,251.43
89. No. 3 Creek   8.00
150. Lashen  855.98
212. Yoho    374.54
213. Park     811.41
215. Mount Hunter   78.71
227. Trethewey  73.50
Total, Vote 169—Bridges         8,033.87
Vote 169—Ferries.
Carbonate   $72.50
Donald  274.98
Total, Vote 169—Ferries   347.48
Vote 169—Traffic Operation   (including Snow-removal  Service).
1. Kootenay-Columbia Highway  $464.40
2. West Side  94.90
225. Fourth Avenue, Golden  40.06
Total, Vote 169—Traffic Operation  (including Snow-removal Service)  599.36
Vote 140—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
4. Toby Road   474.00
20. Bugaboo Road   299.44
112. Carbonate-Spruce Camp Trail  200.00
Total, Vote 140—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary  973.44
Total expenditure, Columbia District  $162,628.74 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. G 69
COMOX DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
Reg. No.
1. Alert Bay   $2,458.04
8. Comox   982.64
9. Cumberland    539.62
10. Headquarters   985.25
48. Squirrel Cove  1,020.44
62. Fraser   420.79
71. Hardy Bay   5,236.48
196. Island Highway (south)   1,000.81
Island Highway (Menzies Bay)  24,311.12
Island Highway (south of Sayward)  7,680.66
Island Highway   (Courtenay-Campbell River)  16,613.46
203. Marine Drive   598.43
Malcolm Island roads  2,464.18
Settlers' roads  1,695.75
32r. Arterial Highway, Courtenay  1,980.22
$67,987.89
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6  (a) :
Roads  (Surfacing).
8. Comox   $17.25
9. Cumberland    3,339.92
11. Royston  253.69
13. Comox Lake   694.17
196. Island Highway  17,152.08
6a. Courtenay (primary)   45.22
3b. Cumberland (secondary)   1,360.83
32r. Courtenay  (arterial)    86.31
54b. Comox   3.43
$22,952.90
$90,940.79
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929,"  Sec. 6  (a) :   Local
Roads within Municipal Limits.
Campbell River-Sayward, credit balance  14.00
Total, Capital Account—Roads     $90,926.79
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6  (a) :   Bridges.
174.  Middle Point   $2,494.32
195. Thames Creek   3,953.34
Total, Capital Account—Bridges        6,447.66
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Alert Bay   $392.23
2. Anderton     334.74
3. Back    1,054.71
5. Burns    158.10
8. Comox   779.21
9. Cumberland    1,054.25
10. Headquarters   3,850.69
11. Royston  544.09
12. Bevan    557.85
13. Comox Lake   411.84
14. Lazo     1,243.10
17. Comox School   127.37
28. Ryan   1,067.12
29. Smith     492.10
31. Turnpoint   83.50
33. Reef Point   68.00
Carried forward  $12,218.90    $97,374.45
0 G 70 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1930-31.
COMOX DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward     $12,218.90    $97,374.45
Reg. No.
35. Manson   188.00
38. Seaford   180.50
39. Miller     86.35
43. Gorge Harbour  90.00
48. Squirrel Cove  800.65
49. Campbell River   2,163.19
52. Lacon  73.25
54. Denman  255.30
60. Endall   444.40
61. Buttle Lake  220.00
62. Fraser  98.20
64. Gainsberg   104.60
67. Knight    -  134.00
71. Hardy Bay   463.91
72. Kains Lake Trail   176.00
76. Central    123.65
78. Harwood   218.25
79. Mountain     175-50
82. St. John Point .'  81.50
84. Strachan   125.75
91. Kye Bay   63.30
93. Lake Trail   824.32
94. Power-house     140.38
96. Little River   386.01
100. Hodgins     313.27
105. Dove Creek   494.99
107. Coleman     334.52
110. Mitchell  96.30
111. Merville     145.65
113. Tsolum     753.45
115. Williams   116.80
116. Wright     91.88
119. Minto     114.90
121. Marsden     327.20
124. Carwithen  100.00
131. Malcolm Island   245.00
145. Clayton   187.18
148. Burdwood   187.20
150. Hoskyns     281.00
160. Frenchman   90.25
161. Hern    219.50
162. Sayward   2,949.73
163. Port Kusan Trail   250.00
168. Bold Point   136.00
185. Cape Mudge  -  165.00
188. Heriot Bay   1,176.90
189. Hyacinth Bay   557.01
190. Joyce   56.00
191. West  712.40
194. Smithers   60.00
196. Island Highway        24,947.37
200. Maurelle Island   195.00
202. Masters   161.65
203. Marine Drive   132.61
211. Corrigal  152.50
214. Market Street, Hardy Bay  150.00
216. Woodham   163.00
221. Roope    215.00
222. McFarlane    51.50
233. Plateau Trail   688.23
234. Granite Bay   337.74
238. Cox     92.12
241. Front Street, Comox  99.25
Carried forward     $57,384.01    $97,374.45 COMOX DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued,
Brought forward     $57,384.01    $97,374.45
Reg. No.
239. Thorsen, Royston   225.13
240. Taylor   432.56
245. Forde Avenue   97.50
246. Roark     146.50
249. Hill Trail   418.80
254. Bates  '.  56.85
255. Chapelle     100.00
256. Campbell River Hospital  96.25
259. View Street, Comox   128.25
260. Scott    73.00
261. Owen Bay Trail  150.00
268. Read Island School Trail  132.00
Sundry roads (units under $50)  951.67
Weed-killing   137.29
Subdivision roads, Little River   152.50
32b. Courtenay  (arterial)  430.08
6a. Courtenay   (primary)     70.13
3b. Cumberland (secondary)   77.17
54b. Comox   (secondary)     3.64
Plant and tools   18,148.71
General Foreman, salary and expenses  1,803.88
Total, Vote 169—Roads, Trails, etc       81,215.92
Vote 169—Bridges :   Maintenance.
29. Courtenay   $852.13
31. Cougar  Creek    71.00
42. Dry Creek   362.84
45. East  160.50
46. Hornby :  65.99
56. Campbell River   102.10
78. Wilson  555.50
79. Webber  354.70
86. Harwood   129.46
104. May's     769.99
115. Oyster River   374.73
130. Quimby   118.12
135.  Rosewall   58.08
141. Lawson   588.30
146. Bradley   95.50
147. Harrison   295.00
148. Lewis     68.06
149. Hammond     100.18
150. Sacht's  1,074.54
152.  Springer    271.25
154. Second Crossing  188.25
156. Cooke  75.25
158. Third Crossing  186.79
159. Hobbs    98.76
162. Vose  234.57
178. Dalrymple     173.71
185. Canyon    466.50
195. Thames Creek   163.00
196. Trent River   308.47
214. Waterloo   1,544.36
218. White River  110.00
284. Carwithen   289.08
286. Cox    276.08
288. Bevan    227.63
Sundry bridges (units under $50)   361.31
Total, Vote 169—Bridges:   Maintenance        11,171.73
Carried forward  $189,762.10 G 72 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1930-31.
COMOX DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward  $189,762.10
Vote 169—Ferries.
Denman Island         $3,331.08
Total, Vote 169—Ferries         3,331.0S
Vote 169—Traffic Operation   (including  Snow-removal  Service).
Snow-removal     $49.55
Total, Vote 169—Traffic Operation  (including Snow-removal Service)  49.55
Vote 170—Local Roads within Organized Territory.
Municipal streets, City of Courtenay  $65.30
Total, Vote 170—Local Roads within Organized Territory  65.30
Vote 140—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
Myra Creek Trail  $150.00
Nahwitti Lake Trail  766.76
Kathleen Lake Trail  9,500.00
Kinman Trail  4,500.00
Marble Creek Trail  150.00
Total, Vote 140—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary       15,066.76
Total expenditure, Comox District  $208,274.79
COWICHAN-NEWCASTLE DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
Reg. No.
8-69.    Nanaimo Lakes        $6,494.31
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6  (a):   Roads.
8-23.    Cowichan Lake     $10,321.93
8-24.    North  Shore    4,997.04
8-27.     South Shore   1,994.43
8-121.  South Wellington   992.88
8-132. Island Highway    42,607.12
Yellow Point roads   993.97
8-7.      Bench (bituminous surfacing)  520.00
8-94.    Northfield   (bituminous surfacing)  450.00
8-95.    Old Koksilah  (bituminous surfacing)  870.00
8-132. Island Highway (bituminous surfacing)  13,955.55
31r.      Arterial Highway (bituminous surfacing)   3,120.00
63a.      Primary Highway  (bituminous surfacing)    1,880.00
$82,702.92
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $89,197.23
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930, Sec. 6  (a) :   Bridges.
8-113. Riverside          $9,350.43
8-153. Foot-bridge            5,155.83
Total, Capital Account—Bridges        14,506.26
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Adshead     $412.40
7. Bench    122.20
10. Bennie-Yellow Point   159.25
11. Brenton     356.30
14. Brawn's     51.75
3. Cowichan Bay   125.50
Carried forward       $1,227.40 $103,703.49 COWICHAN-NEWCASTLE DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $1,227.40 $103,703.49
Reg. No.
16. Carvell-Jackson     61.17
19. Cavin     90.35
48. Cherry Point   50.00
23. Cowichan Lake   3,211.85
30. Code's    97.50
36. Duncan-Sahtlam   97.50
38. East Wellington   204.76
39. Extension  401.20
40. Fiddick's  105.25
50. Glenora   681.44
52. Grant and Dick   77.38
53. Hillbank   128.40
187. Hillcrest   60.00
147. Hinks-Parry    95.12
54. Holmes   359.15
57. Heemer   50.70
58. Haslam   78.50
61. Indian   698.82
132. Island Highway    12,742.47
62. Jingle Pot  347.25
176. Kilpatrick   55.00
67. Koksilah-Riverside   219.00
70. Lakeside   802.07
71. Lane's   102.40
73. Lockner's     338.60
76. Marshall   207.35
82. Meredith   ,60.50
87. Miller     97.75
184. Minn   83.00
88. Morden   119.00
90. Mountain    177.60
80. McLean's     87.50
69. Nanaimo Lakes   338.08
24. North  Shore    449.14
95. Old Koksilah   414.83
98. Old Victoria   136.36
103. Patricia  327.37
105. Phipps   107.40
188. Pollock     64.37
106. Quennell   168.91
107. Richardson   83.00
110. Riverside Drive   60.85
113.  Sahtlam River   752.01
27. South Shore  165.17
121. South Wellington   492.79
122. South Forks   392.98
163. Spruston   125.75
131. Takala     73.50
149. Telegraph   117.95
130. Tiesus   140.25
169. Timberland   194.45
133. Vowel's   55.00
134. Wallich   78.71
135. Waterloo  310.49
136. Waters     159.00
139. Weigle's     317.50
145. Wilson  102.20
Sundry roads (units under $50)    991.34
3a. Primary Highway  1,699.31
4b. Evans (secondary)   58.68
36b. Quamichan Lake  (secondary)    284.76
63a. Primary Highway  173.14
31b. Arterial Highway   2,625.40
Carried forward     $34,676.67 $103,703.49 G 74 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1930-31.
COWICHAN-NEWCASTLE DISTRICT— Continued.
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minob Bettebments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward '.  $34,676.67 $103,703.49
Reg. No.
8-88. No Name Bridge Fill   162.50
8-90. No Name Bridge Fill   84.26
Tools and Plant Account   4,412.96
Haulage-truck Account   11,051.76
Supervision Account, Ladysmith   2,173.00
Explosives Account   66.85
Material Account   726.77
Total, Vote 169—Roads, Trails, etc       53,354.77
Vote 169—Bridges :   Maintenance.
1. Abernethy   72.94
2. Alderstreet    103.35
17. Corfield   238.20
23. Davis      88.84
27. Diamond Crossing   141.15
29. Dodd's   106.00
30. Duncan Wagon   149.78
34. Elliot  91.50
41. Haslam Creek   250.00
45. Heemer's   150.75
56. Koksilah   711.67
69. Morrison, No. 1   82.67
73. Mountain    204.02
75. Mcintosh     752.71
78. Canyon  98.39
88. No name   679.54
90. No name   438.00
106. Norie   207.19
113. Riverside  171.65
124.  Swamp     161.00
130. Waterloo   60.00
135. Morden    67.25
154. McLean   168.25
Sundry bridges (units under $50)    375.53
$5,570.38
Vote 169—Bridges :   Reconstruction.
6. Boulder Creek   $221.73
7. Brenton  1,025.50
10. Bush Creek, No. 2  842.55
21. Currie   1,899.48
22. Davey    1,239.82
33. Evans    418.79
37. Glenora   747.00
43. Thomas  1,038.64
54. Kelvin Creek  1,137.10
57. Kier   722.61
155. Scottish    :  90.58
$9,383.80
Total, Vote 169—- Bridges :   Maintenance and Reconstruction     14,954.18
Vote 169—Traffic Operation   (including  Snow-removal  Service).
Snow-removal  $16.15
Total, Vote 169—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service)  16.15
Vote 169—Surveys.
8-132. Island Highway          $768.36
Total, Vote 169—Surveys  768.36
Carried forward  $172,796.95 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. G 75
COWICHAN-NEWCASTLE DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward  $172,796.95
Vote 140—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
El Capitan Trail   $300.00
Sutton Trail   50.00
King or Crown Group Trail   150.00
Total, Vote 140—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary  500.00
Total expenditure, Cowichan-Newcastle District  $173,296.95
CRANBROOK DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) : Roads.
Reg. No.
1. Trans-Provincial Highway  (elimination of Isadore Canyon)  $10,657.88
1. Trans-Provincial Highway (Ryan and Swansea Diversion)  15,114.95
1. Trans-Provincial Highway (Aldridge Hill)   27,049.62
1. Trans-Provincial Highway  (widening and gravelling)     12,457.19
1. Trans-Provincial Highway  (various points)    10,649.99
1. Trans-Provincial Highway (crusher operations)    16,427.87
1. Trans-Provincial Highway (Eager Hill-Fort Steele)  7,187.45
1. Trans-Provincial Highway  (Colony Fill)    5,395.81
2. Cranbrook-Kimberley     6,299.93
44. McGinty   11,603.95
29. Curzon Junction-Kingsgate    2,060.30
15. Kootenay-Columbia River   3,227.76
Wycliffe Bridge approach   9,823.11
Highway-protection, Sullivan Creek, Kimberley   448.20
Total, Capital Account—Roads  $138,404.01
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6  (a) :   Bridges.
36. Wycliffe     $49,224.32
48. Baynes     2,042.98
50. Cherry Creek   6,075.66
Total, Capital Account—Bridges        57,342.96
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :  Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Trans-Provincial Highway   $20,756.26
2. Cranbrook-Kimberley     6,293.88
3. Mission   9.19
4. Cranbrook-Gold Creek   627.97
7. Cranbrook-Smith Lake   193.20
8. Gold Creek Settlement  220.00
15. Kootenay-Columbia  River    3,945.52
17. Mission-Wycliffe   784.50
18. St. Mary Lake  '.  599.75
19. Playle   51.50
20. Torrent  267.75
22. Wycliffe-Cherry Creek   200.00
23. Clarke  75.00
24. Perry Creek   79.28
25. Kimberley-Sullivan Mine  .'  403.22
27. Kimberley-North Star   125.00
29. Curzon Junction   597.50
31. Eager Hill-Fort Steele  124.03
39. Wardner-Waldo  77.50
44. McGinty  .'  92.50
46. Golf Club   389.19
47. Louis Street  174.25
49. Pippen     584.54
50. Grey     85.00
59. Cranbrook-New Lake  544.25
Carried forward  $37,300.78 $195,746.97 G 76 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1930-31.
CRANBROOK DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward     $37,300.78 $195,746.97
Reg. No.
61. Waldo-Gold Creek   150.00
62. Cranbrook Fair Grounds   54.00
63. Kimberley-Morrison Ranch   171.00
65. Gold Creek-Newgate   212.00
72. Pighin   51.08
80. Green Bay   59.00
83. Green     40.00
84. Kelly   35.00
86. Wycliffe Branch   45.00
88. McClure    50.00
95. Miller    4.50
96. Brander     29.75
99. Bulkot   448.44
100. Mennie    30.00
103. Skookumchuck  Station    89.00
117. Peter Bull   35.00
129. Boundary Street, Kimberley   99.00
130. Howard Street, Kimberley   404.40
131. Spokane Street, Kimberley   157.84
132. Ross Street, Kimberley   136.00
133. Mark Street, Kimberley   150.00
138. Burdette Street, Kimberley  266.75
162. Staples Street, Kimberley   105.00
163. Kimberley Avenue, Kimberley   100.00
164. Deer Park Avenue, Kimberley   384.26
165. Wallinger Avenue, Kimberley   275.00
187. St. Joseph Street   74.00
204. Abbott Street  74.00
207. Eberts Avenue  10.00
233. Chapman     141.50
250. Cemetery     209.38
251. Yeager     25.00
256. Customs    304.00
270. Church Avenue, Kimberley   200.25
401. Whitefish Trail   60.00
402. Alki Creek Trail   30.00
404. Hellroaring Creek (South Fork)   25.00
409. St. Mary Trail   98.00
Garage     2,162.75
Supervision     2,260.60
Material    72.00
Plant and tools   5,402.02
Total, Vote 169—Roads, Trails, etc      52,031.30
Vote 169—Bridges :  Maintenance.
51. Baker     $299.58
66. Curzon     626.19
20. Fort Steele  2,917.80
119. Free  124.07
240. Gold Creek   126.13
43. Isadore   732.04
33. Linklater Creek   8.00
40. Louis Street  419.04
47. Moyie Flume   250.00
257. Munroe Lake   133.27
194. Mineral Lake  718.43
275. Mission   109.84
120. McConnell     199.97
18. Newgate   741.08
49. Old Town   1,994.41
176. Ryan   1,095.92
202. St. Joseph   149.00
Carried forward     $10,704.77 $247,778.27 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. G 77
CRANBROOK DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 169—Bridges :   Maintenance—Continued.
Brought forward     $10,704.77 $247,778.27
Reg. No.
11. S(. Joseph   22.50
100. Skookumchuck   171.44
72. Swansea   199.10
287. St. Joseph   236.38
14. Waldo   150.40
42. Wasa     50.00
172. Ward's Ranch   501.61
241. Wattsburg     225.05
Total, Vote 169—Bridges:   Maintenance        12,261.25
Vote 169—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service).
1. Trans-Provincial Highway   $187.81
2. Cranbrook-Kimberley     46.39
Total, Vote 169—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service)  234.20
Vote 169—Ferries.
Bechtel    $98.54
Flagstone    9.38
Total, Vote 169—Ferries   107.92
Vote 170—Local Roads and Bridges within Organized Territory.
Louis Street Bridge   $315.25
Total, Vote 170—Local Roads and Bridges within Organized Territory  315.25
Vote 140—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
Wattsburg-Weaver Creek   $300.00
Trail to Ness Placer Lease   75.00
Bond V. Group   100.00
French Creek Trail   100.00
Total, Vote 140—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary  575.00
Total expenditure, Cranbrook District   $261,271.89
CRESTON DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1925," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
40. CreSton-Kuskonook     $760.60
Kuskonook-Gray Creek   826.35
133. Trail-Pend d'Oreille (near Trail East)  34.35
$1,621.30
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Molly Gibson        $1,682.81
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
40. Creston-Kuskonook     $1,207.95
101. Nelson-Castlegar     1,626.00
102. Nelson-U.S. Boundary   2,323.97
Garrity Creek Bridge Fill   2,321.27
Molly Gibson   1,338.63
$8,817.82 G 78 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1930-31.
CRESTON DISTRICT— Continued.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
Reg. No.
Kuskonook-Gray Creek  $434,118.51
Creston Village  (arterial)     2,379.33
Winlaw (up Duck Creek)   (compensation)   1,260.00
29. Canyon-Porthill     9,818.97
38. Creston-Goatfell   15,064.35
40. Creston-Kuskonook     18,017.78
41a. Creston-Porthill   4,159.40
100. Nelson-Balfour   20,999.43
Kootenay Lake-Gray Creek Ferry (Fraser Landing approach)  711.15
100. Nelson-Balfour (bridge fills)    1,949.63
101. Nelson-Castlegar     7,268.97
102. Nelson-U.S.  Boundary    13,248.00
119. Salmo-Trail   5,976.61
133. Trail-Pend d'Oreille (Columbia Gardens-Waneta)   17,501.54
133. Trail-Pend d'Oreille (near Trail East)   14,220.63
$566,694.30
Total, Capital Account—Roads   $578,816.23
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
1. Arrow Creek   $616.00
16. Canyon bridges   931.70
$1,547.70
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
Canyon Bridge over Goat River   $552.25
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
25. Duck Creek   $4,766.16
30. No. 5, East Robson Road  (north)  8,998.44
38. Flossie     1,452.00
54.  Grady     78.23
84. Kootenay Valley   897.55
85. Leach  1,232.00
131. No. 10, Nelson-Balfour Road   8,016.10
182. Nick's     441.68
214. Rykert's    2,039.50
$27,921.66
Total, Capital Account—Bridges        30,021.61
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6  (a) :   Ferries.
Kuskonook  (preliminary expenses)     $838.05
Total, Capital Account—Ferries   838.05
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Trails to
Mineral Areas.
Cultus Canyon        $7,747.21
Total, Capital Account—Trails to Mineral Areas         7,747.21
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :  Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
17. Bonnington  $84.00
19. Boswell-La France  43.00
25. Bunker Hill  :  90.00
Carried forward ,  $217.00 $617,423.10 CRESTON DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $217.00 $617,423.10
Reg. No.
27a. Campbell  285.00
29. Canyon-Porthill    605.23
31. Carney's Mill  :  59.00
32. Columbia Gardens   24.50
34. Corn Creek   400.00
36. Crawford Bay-Gray Creek  ■ 258.23
37. Creston-Erickson     75.86
38. Creston-Goatfell   1,523.96
40. Creston-Kuskonook     1,172.89
41a. Creston-Porthill   750.00
42. Creston-Summit  Creek   500.00
43. Creston  (west)    168.00
48. East Robson (north)   1,082.09
49. Elsie Holmes   250.00
52, Eureka Mine   32.00
56. Fruitvale-Columbia Gardens   105.00
58. Fruitvale  Subdivision    145.00
61. Granite-Beasley     8.00
62. Granite Mill   96.05
63. Granite (upper)   '.  402.35
64. Gray Creek-La France Creek  475.23
70. Harrop-Proeter  1,543.21
77. Keystone  25.00
78. Knox   74.50
82. Leach  13.06
84. Lindsay  200.00
85. Lister Settlement   622.22
91. Marsden    77.77
95. Molly Gibson   25.00
100. Nelson-Balfour   7,520.51
101. Nelson-Castlegar  15,589.46
102. Nelson-U.S.  Boundary    11,198.04
104. Pass Creek   267.35
105. Porcupine   12.00
109. Queens Bay-Ainsworth   517.51
110. Queens Bay-Balfour   598.38
111. Queen Victoria Mine   60.00
112. Reno    263.13
114. Rosebud    266.76
118. Salmo streets   25.00
119. Salmo-Trail   1,867.70
Supervision  650.00
121. Second Relief  360.68
122. Sheep Creek   328.23
127. 6-Mile  Creek    361.13
128. Slocan River  2,230.56
133. Trail-Pend d'Oreille   8,080.83
134. Varseveld    15.00
141. Yeatman's   121.00
143. Ymir Townsite  467.53
144. Ymir-Wilcox   335.48
203. Aspen Trail   16.00    .
Sheep Creek Trail   12.00
Porto Rico Trail   13.00
Wolf Creek Trail   100.00
Litton's   298.00
General Foreman—
Salary and expenses  1,909.45
Auto   372.79
New equipment   1,251.04
Plant and tools   3,770.78
Camp equipment   205.00
Total, Vote 169—Roads, Trails, etc ~       70,300.49
Carried forward  $687,723.59 G 80 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1930-31.
CRESTON DISTRICT— Continued.
Brought forward  $687,723.59
Vote 169—Bridges : Maintenance.
Reg. No.
Brilliant (suspension)  $2,055.23
26. East Robson   (north)     50.00
27. East Robson (north)   59.23
28. East Robson   (north)     59.72
29. East Robson   (north)     110.18
40. Fruitvale-Columbia Gardens   125.00
50. Beaver Creek   274.48
63. Hall Creek                     . 175.00
64. Hall Creek   102.00
68. Harrop-Procter   200.00
69. Harrop-Procter   190.00
70. Harrop-Procter   180.00         . -
84. Kootenay Valley   483.64
115. Molly Gibson   150.00
117. Molly Gibson                 50.00
118. Molly Gibson   250.00
119. Molly Gibson   200.00
119a. Molly Gibson   349.91
122. Nelson-Balfour   5.40
129. Nelson-Balfour   844.03
147. Nelson-Castlegar     106.25
157. Nelson-U.S. Boundary    80.18
182. Nick's    373.50
187. Pass Creek   359.24
217.  Salmo-Trail   25.00
221a. Salmo-Trail  448.94
233. Sheep Creek   60.00
234. Sheep Creek   40.00
269. Trail-Pend  d'Oreille    357.10
280. Washout Creek  :.  273.32
292. Ymir-Wilcox   300.84
295. Ymir-AVilcox  :  200.00
Total, Vote 169—Bridges :  Maintenance         8,538.19
Vote 169—Ferries.
Kootenay River   $3,950.71
Harrop-Longbeach    4,861.28
Slocan River   221.76
Kootenay Lake-Gray Creek   355.14
Total, Vote 169—Ferries  !         9,388.89
Vote 169—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service).
38. Creston-Goatfell   $35.20
4lA. Creston-Porthill   32.09
63. Granite (upper)    28.20
70. Harrop-Procter   56.50
100. Nelson-Balfour   51.35
101. Nelson-Castlegar  504.68
102. Nelson-U.S.  Boundary    1,153.00
109. Queens Bay-Ainsworth   29.50
110. Queens Bay-Balfour  12.00
114. Rosebud  141.00
119. Salmo-Trail   62.15
122. Sheep Creek   169.50
128. Slocan River   84.03
133. Trail-Pend d'Oreille   79.35
90. Lost Creek   42.00
Total, Vote 169—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service)         2,480.55
Carried forward  $708,131.22 CRESTON DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward  $708,131.22
Vote 169—Surveys.
Reg. No.
101. Nelson-Castlegar (Taghum Hill Diversion)   $399.50
133. Trail-Pend d'Oreille   500.00
Total, Vote 169—Surveys   899.50
Vote 140—" Mines Development Act," Supplementaby.
Bayonne Mine-Cultus   $2,580.42
Wild Horse Creek (North Fork)-Old Timer Group   100.00
Wild Horse Creek-Good Hope Group   400.00
Second Relief  340.32
Hall Creek  ,  225.00
Goodenough-Ymir Mines  549.87
Porcupine Creek   150.00
Howard Mine  250.00
Cultus-Canyon Creek Trail   444.37
Reno Mine   299.62
La France Creek Trail   124.00
Reno Mine Diversion   984.95
Referendum Trail   50.00
Sheep Creek Trail  100.00
Second Chance Group   25.00
California Mine   100.00
Dixie and Silver Claim Trail   50.00
Red Rock Group-Salmon River Trail   356.00
Ore Hill and Summit Groups Trail   15.00
Forty-nine Creek Placers Trail   75.00
Midge Creek—Wisconsin Group Trail   350.05
Ymir-Wilcox   114.75
Total, Vote 140—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary         7,684.35
Total expenditure, Creston District   $716,715.07
DELTA DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
9a. Yale Road Revision (Langley Prairie-Brown)       $25,862.54
23a. Trans-Provincial  (Clayton Hill Revision)    850.08
3b. Yale Road Revision (Langley Prairie-Brown)   163.13
$26,875.75
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Ladner Ferry approach   $70,352.01
9a. Yale Road Revision  (Langley Prairie-Brown)    44,529.40
9a. Yale Road Revision (Brown-Coghlan)    18,556.20
23a. Yale Road Revision (Clay ton-Langley)    352.03
17b. Ladner Trunk   545.70
18b. Scott   1,050.50
87b. Bridge   1,820.56
3b. Yale Road Revision (Langley-Brown)  :  85,930.52
3r. Yale Road Revision  (Brown-Coghlan)    46,474.42
15r. Peace Arch  22,329.63
9a. Trans-Provincial (surfacing)   581.55
23a. Trans-Provincial (surfacing)   17,787.98
3r. Trans-Provincial (surfacing)   6,971.45
54b. Trans-Provincial (surfacing)    628.86
Ladner Ferry approach (surfacing)   8,774.13
$326,684.94
Total,  Capital Account—Roads  $353,560.69
Carried forward  $353,560.69 G 82 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1930-31.
DELTA DISTRICT— Continued.
Brought forward  $353,560.69
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :   Local
Roads within Organized Tereitoey.
Road at Blaine   $12,139.49
Ladner Marsh (Delta Manor Section)   6,938.20
Johnston   4,999.68
Campbell River   2,000.00
Old McLellan   1,499.86
Timberland   1,000.00
Townline  998.89
Holt  998.20
Coast Meridian   1,240.79
Hjorth  749.63
Hall's Prairie   942.91
Ocean Park   700.09
Brown   404.72
Marine Drive   497.52
Stokes   500.00
Kensington-Mud Bay  500.65
McLellan (Coast Meridian)    433.33
Crescent   1,004.07
Nichol   508.16
Archibald    700.76
Bergstrom  610.26
Sandell    522.20
Wilson Townline  450.00
Glover Trunk   3,377.33
Coghlan  997.84
Total, Capital Account—Local Roads within Organized Territory       44,714.58
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
Reg. No.
Ladner Ferry approach   $11,875.77
6. Nicomekl River   2,460.44
$14,336.21
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :  Local Bridges.
Campbell River        $2,147.84
Total, Capital Account—Bridges        16,484.05
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :   Ferries.
Barnston Island Ferry Landings        $8,673.56
New Ferry Landing at Ladner '.         8,048.14
Total, Capital Account—Ferries       16,721.70
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
2b. Trans-Provincial   $1,235.75
3b. Trans-Provineial   4,442.48
13r. Pacific Highway   305.90
15r. Peace Arch  128.00
54b. Trans-Provincial   1,463.64
23a. Trans-Provincial   6,359.87
24a. Trans-Provincial  1,638.62
9a. Trans-Provincial (Sections 1 and 2)    3,822.35
17b. Semiamo   349.15
18b. Scott   297.62
40b. Boundary Bay  674.12
Carried forward     $20,717.50 $431,481.02 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. G 83
DELTA DISTRICT— Continued.
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward     $20,717.50 $431,481.02
Reg. No.
69b. McLellan     357.25
Roads, Barnston Island   1,201.14
Sundry roads (units under $50)  95.25
Plant and tools   5,324.71
Total, Vote 169—Roads, Trails; etc       27,695.85
Vote 169—Bridges :  Maintenance.
6. Nicomekl River   $1,685.02
9. Campbell River   1,584.51
McMillan Island   144.21
Sundry bridges (units under $50)   160.44
Total, Vote 169—Bridges          3,574.18
Vote 170—Local Bridges within Organized Territory.
10. Canoe Pass  $784.74
Vote 170—Local Roads within Organized Territory.
Bear Creek Settlement   699.98
Total, Vote 170—Local Roads and Bridges         1,484.72
Vote 169—Ferries.
Barnston Island        $3,018.33
Total, Vote 169—Ferries          3,018.33
Total expenditure, Delta District   $467,254.10
DEWDNEY DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
Nicomen Island Highway Protection  (Section 5)       $1,177.65
Nicomen Island Highway Protection (Section 6)  275.32
$1,452.97
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6  (a):   Roads.
Nicomen Island Highway Protection  (Section 5)  $8,206.38
Nicomen Island Highway Protection   (Section 6)  35,123.23
loco Townsite  (improvement of Fourth Avenue)  1,562.25
Nicomen Island Highway Protection  19,307.15
Hyde and Buker   2,345.99
28a. Dewdney Trunk (Pitt River Bridge-Haney)  5,530.15
25a. Dewdney Trunk  (Hunter-Kanaka Creek)  1,493.89
25a. Dewdney Trunk   (Albion-Whonnock)  58,212.76
25a. Dewdney  Trunk   (Whonnoek-Ruskin)  799.44
$132,581.24
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6   (a) :   Local
Roads within Organized Territory.
Arterial Highway—Pitt River Bridge west through Port Coquitlam and
Coquitlam Municipality       $5,497.52
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
28a. Dewdney Trunk (Pitt River Bridge-Haney)       $1,474.05
25A. Dewdney Trunk  (Hunter-Kanaka Creek)       79,037.26
Carried forward     $80,511.31 G 84
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1930-31.
DEWDNEY DISTRICT—Continued.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads—Continued.
Brought forward  $80,511.31
Reg. No.
25a. Dewdney Trunk   (Albion-Whonnock)  21,893.28
30a. Dewdney Trunk  (Silver Creek-Mission)  116,313.12
29a. Dewdney Trunk  (Silver Creek-Mission)  10,199.31
21b. Trans-Provincial    21,485.12
22b. Trans-Provincial   80,008.93
23b. Trans-Provincial   112,652.46
25b. Trans-Provincial  7,966.60
67b. Central Arterial   1,850.00
28a. Dewdney Trunk  (surfacing)  9,844.87
25a. Dewdney Trunk  (surfacing)  34,421.77
30a. Dewdney Trunk  (surfacing)  6,300.76
29a. Dewdney Trunk  (surfacing)  5,623.50
75b. Hammond (surfacing)   2,375.10
73b. Dewdney Trunk   (surfacing)  3,000.00
55e.  Old Dewdney Trunk   (surfacing)  1,810.90
60s. Old Dewdney Trunk and River (surfacing)  3,155.76
23r. Trans-Provincial (surfacing)    8,714.11
22r. Trans-Provincial  (surfacing)    211.70
59r. Hammond Loop   (surfacing)  8,520.33
10e. Coquitlam   (surfacing)     361.00
19r. Dewdney Trunk  (surfacing)     405.17
57e. loco-Port Moody  (surfacing)  6,257.60
Hartley  900.80
Rennie     1,131.70
Coquitlam Warehouse   (construction)  3,362.14
Hatzic Prairie Warehouse (construction)    99.50
General surveys   6,479.84
$555,856.68
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930,"  Sec. 6   (o) :   Local
Roads within Oeganized Tebeitoey.
Hale          $4,783.00
Total, Capital Account—Roads  $700,171.41
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929,"  Sec. 6   (a) :   Local
Beidges within Municipal Limits.
Pitt River  (pump-house and fire-protection)  $884.12
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930, Sec. 6  (a):   Beidges.
Brunette River        $2,533.75
Hatzic Slough          2,947.40
Pitt River          4,111.40
$9,592.55
Total, Capital Account—Bridges      10,476.67
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betteements :   Roads,
Trails, and Steeets.
1. Athey     $192.43
5. Dale  100.59
6. Davis     500.03
7h. Dewdney Trunk   (Section 7)  5,466.47
7l.   Dewdney Trunk   (Section 8)  4,355.73
7j.  Dewdney Trunk   (Section 9)  4,029.57
7k. Dewdney Trunk   (Section 10)  2,714.32
8. Deroche Landing   83.75
11. Farms   2,018.28
13. Hawkins-Pickles     383.15
15. Hyde and Buker  177.62
16. loco-Port Moody   289.75
Carried forward     $20,311.69 $710,648.08 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. G 85
DEWDNEY DISTRICT— Continued.
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minoe Betteements :   Roads,
Teails, and Steeets—Continued,
Brought forward  $20,311.69 $710,648.08
Reg. No.
17. Ioco-Sunnyside    798.00
18. Johnston    '.  317.73
19. Jones   66.25
20. Kilpatrick     317.88
21. Knowles    122.25
22. Malcolm     393.49
24. McDonald Landing   132.85
26. McRaie's     172.00
28. Morton     365.75
30. Nicomen Island Trunk  1,660.50
32. North Deroche   122.30
33. North Nicomen   577.99
35. Rennie     816.86
37. Rowan  154.00
38. Salvaster     5,245.03
41. Stave Lake   2,361.93
42. Sterling  127.25
43. Taylor   318.85
47. Upper Pitt  397.00
48. loco Townsite   703.75
51. Ioco-Belcarra     86.75
52. McKimmon     213.73
55. Smith     67.01
56. Brooks  779.20
67. Ross     292.90
68. Lennox     50.50
Hartley   65.00
33a. Dewdney Trunk (Section 1a)  1,615.00
34a. Dewdney Trunk  (Section 1)   510.79
26a. Dewdney Trunk  (Section 2)   2,451.68
28a. Dewdney Trunk  (Section 4)  .*.  1,267.83
25a. Dewdney Trunk  (Section 5)   4,186.34
25a. Ontario   1,308.52
25a. River  3,802.82
30a. Dewdney Trunk (Section 6)  3,794.96
29a. Washington    945.61
38a. Harbour and Home  847.75
42b, Clarke   1,576.01
81b. loco-Port Moody  739.35
74b. Harris   297.51
75b. Hammond   73.16
78b. North Harris   97.83
79b. McNeil  79.14
73b. Dewdney Trunk    1,572.90
77b. Dewdney Trunk   1,787.05
10r. Coquitlam   2,640.37
18b. Dewdney Trunk   391.18
19b. Dewdney Trunk   802.42
20r. Dewdney Trunk   608.31
24r. Abbotsford-Mission     1,735.74
25r. Trans-Provincial   1,054.72
55r. Old Dewdney Trunk   1,370.16
58r. Silverdale-Mission     $5,407.22
57r. loco-Port Moody    872.79
59r. Hammond Loop .'  230.33
60b. Old Dewdney Trunk and River  5,820.67
Coquitlam Warehouse   371.32
Deroche Warehouse   61.18
Haney Warehouse   537.76
Mission Warehouse    312.51
Plant and tools   3,642.66
Sundry roads  76.50
Total, Vote 169—Roads, Trails, etc       89,928.53
Carried forward  $800,576.61
7 G 86 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1930-31.
DEWDNEY DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward ,  $800,576.61
Vote 169—Beidges :   Maintenance.
Reg. No.
1. Aliceville  $65.29
2. Alderside  273.37
8. loco Townsite   170.99
41. Pitt River          2,625.35
106. McKibbon   207.31
106-1. Mission, C.P.R  10,477.09
107. Shooke  199.28
117. Hopkins     167.04
42. Blaney  128.30
104. Silver  Creek    127.95
Sundry bridges  (units under $50)  487.17
Total, Vote 169—Bridges :   Maintenance       14,929.14
Vote 169—Feeries.
Haney   $65.41
Total, Vote 169—Ferries  65.41
Vote 169—Surveys.
Relocation survey of highway, Quaamitch Dam to Lock Erroch, Nicomen
Island       $1,469.30
Total, Vote 169—Surveys         1,469.30
Total expenditure, Dewdney District  $817,040.46
ESQUIMALT DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
Jordan River (Tugwell-Sooke)  $550.07
Glen Lake    682.06
San Juan River  (road approaches)  10,476.38
Cogan     425.50
Malahat Drive  (17-Mile Bend)  4,504.09
Malahat Drive  (Lookout Point)  13,187.94
Malahat Drive  (drainage)    2,509.40
Malahat Drive   (Goldstream-Millstream)  123.50
Island Highway   (improvements)  15,046.49
Malahat-Mill Bay    5,894.15
Jordan River  (protection)  980.50
Malahat  (fencing)    5,480.30
West  Coast   39,133.86
Shawnigan Lake   (east)  987.94
Shawnigan  Lake   (west) .'  28.214.35
Lagoon     9,807.15
Raymond's Crossing   14,880.02
East Sooke   6,036.66
Jordan River (widening)  24,855.19
Quarantine   2,465.14
Sooke     5,236.50
View Royal Subdivision   1,022.80
Gillespie (new location)  5,698.14
Colwood Crossing, C.N.R  2,755.64
Maple Avenue Fill  :  553.45
Metchosin Creek  (protection)  2,882.42
Bituminous surfacing   44,402.17
Total,  Capital Account—Roads  $248,791.81
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
San Juan River  (Harris Cove)     $15,693.06
Carried forward  $248,791.81 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. G 87
ESQUIMALT DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward  $248,791.81
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
San Juan River  (Harris Cove)  $4,749.12
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930, Sec. 6  (a) :   Bridges.
Jordan River Road  (Twin Creeks)  $5,653.62
Halhead  1,891.82
West Coast Road bridges  7,358.04
Esquimalt Lagoon   4,694.70
Gillespie Road   6,080.88
Thetis Lake Road  387.20
$26,066.26
Total, Capital Account—Bridges       46,508.44
Vote 140—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
Elizabeth Mineral Claim Trail  $100.00
Leachtown  Station Trail  500.00
Total, Vote 140—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary  600.00
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Admiral's    $118.68
Allan   66.00
Anderson     307.18
Arden     127.00
Atkins   1,065.20
Albert Head   85.00
Ball   42.75
Bamberton    73.68
Barrow   115.00
Battersby    40.00
Beaumont   97.00
Belmont     309.27
Beresford     122.00
Blogg   8.00
Blythwood     36.00
Boulding   139.50
Burnside   24.50
Brown   131.25
Celvert     24.00
Cameron-Taggart  _  210.87
Cherry Point   106.75
Cook     45.00
Cuthbert   50.00
Craigflower   104.00
Church     230.00
Davidson     71.50
Deacon     135.00
Denman     80.00
Duke   41.00
Dunford     50.00
East Sooke   1,049.08
Elford   38.50
Elliott   130.00
Fisher   51.50
Finlayson Arm   607.50.
Fitzgerald   805.43
Florence Lake  128.25
Forbay     76.26
Forrest    79.68
Frayne    36.00
Carried forward  $7,058.33 $295,900.25 ESQUIMALT DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $7,058.33 $295,900.25
Burlonge   118.50
Gillespie    166.75
Glen Lake   336.79
Glintz    160.00
Golden Gate   16.00
Goldstream Cross-road   265.89
Grant  496.13
Hall and Hawkins  50.00     -
Halhead  616.75
Happy Valley  1,074.97
Happy Valley  (culvert)  309.70
Heald  70.00
Helgesen   202.50
Helmcken   1,044.46
Hillbank    150.00
Hopkins Swamp   35.50
Island Highway  11,052.84
Island Highway (Knight's Fill)  1,131.13
Island Highway  (Culvert No. 134)  744.28
Island    225.00
John     22.25
Jordan River   3,028.98
Jordan River (culvert)  594.93
Kangaroo    685.41
Kemp Lake   68.00
King's    150.00
Koksilah-Riverside   285.00
La Bonne   15.00
La Fortune   50.00
Lakeside   107.25
Lagoon     140.05
Latoria    325.25
Leech River   14.85
Leigh   35.00
Laversham    82.00
Manley     50.00
Maple Avenue  345.55
McKenzie-Luxton   143.00
Meredith   98.13
Metchosin   942.70
Mill Bay Ferry  295.85
Mill   25.50
Millstream     777.20
Millstream Lake   602.00
Mine  50.00
Muir Avenue   173.84
Munn   248.75
Mount View   100.00
Murray   25.00
Mellor   116.62
Mill Bay Cross-road   13.00
Neild  85.00
Nightingale  50.00
Newham  4.00
Nuttall  50.00
Old Trunk   4,105.42
Parkinson   1,885.35
Parry  70.00
Pascoe   25.00
Pendray     304.50
Phillip   168.00
Pike Lake  42.00
Plowright   1,091.42
Carried forward     $42,816.42 $295,900.25 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. G 89
ESQUIMALT DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward     $42,816.42 $295,900.25
Phipps  136.09
Quarantine   474.27
Rainbow  175.00
Robinson   50.00
Rocky  Point    503.88
Roger     25.00
Rosebank  40.00
Ross-Durrance     896.48
Rowntree     45.00
Shawyer   167.00
San Juan River  276.50
Sea     70.00
Seymour   159.00
Shawnigan-Mill Bay Cross-road  295.87
Sheppard  50.00
Sherringham Point   181.12
Silver Mine   113.00
Sooke  6,589.55
Sooke Lake  335.88
Station    216.26
Silica   9.00
Swannick    30.00
Sylvester     86.85
Taylor   30.00
Telegraph   119.08
Thain  604.25
Thetis Lake   486.30
View Royal   241.30
West Coast   146.00
West Shawnigan Lake  21.30
Wiffen Spit  140.25
Welder     50.00
Wilfert    284.33
Wilkinson   4.25
Witty Beach  :  212.75
Woodruff  50.00
Wootton    12.00
Wright  44.50
Young's Lake  122.00
Surveys   372.64
Roads generally :...: 980.18
Weed-killing  343.18
School Trail   188.00
Harrison Trail  98.00
Empress Trail  309.00
Leech River Trail  180.25
Old Sooke Lake Trail   50.50
Cannery Trail   481.00
Brown Trail  185.50
Jordan Meadows Trail  472.00
Weeks Trail   233.50
Grasshopper Trail  190.00
Auto Account  365.64
Launch Account   72.76
Material Account   4,272.00
Plant and tools  16,286.83
Supervision Account  2,903.26
Total, Vote 169—Roads, Trails, etc       84,295.62
Vote 169—Bridges :   Maintenance.
Wilkinson   $271.79
West Coast bridges  726.00
Carried forward  $997.79 $380,195.87 G 90 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1930-31.
ESQUIMALT DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 169—Bridges :   Maintenance—Continued.
Brought forward  $997.79 $380,195.87
Armour's  315.25
Doran's   75.75
Trenchard  ,  502.97
Skookum   320.00
Shawyer   265.64
Woodruff  582.27
Parkinson  (Baird)    892.16
Parkinson (Horton)   873.68
Otter Point Road   682.97
Millstream, No. 1  192.17
Millstream, No. 2  44.50
Sundry bridges   2,413.19
Harris Cove  363.62
Bilston Creek   433.33
Thetis Lake Road  540.46
Dobson Creek  780.45
Total, Vote 169—Bridges :   Maintenance       10,276.20
Vote 169—Ferries.
Mill Bay Ferry Landing       $2,063.07
Total, Vote 169—Ferries         2,063.07
Vote 169—Traffic Operation   (including  Snow-removal  Service).
Traffic operation and snow-removal       $1,523.94
Total, Vote 169—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service)         1,523.94
Total expenditure, Esquimalt District  $394,059.08
FERNIE DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Reg. No.
1. Trans-Provincial Highway   (Crowsnest)     $8,764.35
1. Trans-Provincial Highway (Fernie-Hosmer)   16,637.09
1. Trans-Provincial Highway  (Natal)    11,158.06
1. Trans-Provincial Highway (Fernie-Elko)    4,910.59
1. Trans-Provincial Highway (Elko-Wardner)   4,669.87
1. Trans-Provincial Highway   (Jaffray-Wardner)     11,212.65
1. Trans-Provincial Highway (Elko Hill, Mile 19 west)  175.00
3. Elko-Roosville  6,120.68
4. Elk Valley   2,488.88
19. Flathead Valley  1,621.59
42. Edwards Lake   14,729.80
46. Bull River   427.00
61. Sage Creek   4,029.87
93. Kootenay-Columbia River Highway          3,545.38
94. Kootenay-Columbia River Highway        21,406.48
106. Corbin          5,848.37
Total, Capital Account—Roads   $117,745.66
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6  (a) :   Bridges.
5. Morrissey      $19,997.65
7. Phillips       31,993.75
84. Round Prairie          1,208.30
Total, Capital Account—Bridges        53,199.70
Carried forward  $170,945.36 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. G 91
FERNIE DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward  $170,945.36
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
1. Trans-Provincial Highway   $20,455.67
3. Elko-Roosville   1,095.25
4. Elk Valley   568.05
6. Bull River (south)   196.95
8. Sand Creek   430.24
9. Jaffray-Baynes Lake   52.50
10. Elko-Waldo   1,095.25
13. Fernie-Coal Creek   1,279.50
17. Mansfield     172.49
31. Fort Steele-Wild Horse  123.90
40. Sheep Creek            . 72.00
41. Wolf Creek       50.00
48. Maus Creek   177.75
59. Fort Steele Station  84.58
78. Eimer    67.50
85. McDonald Avenue, West Fernie   92.00
86. McLeod Avenue, West Fernie  92.00
87. Hand Avenue, West Fernie   92.03
93. Kootenay-Columbia River Highway   3,270.30
94. Kootenay-Columbia River Highway   1,858.53
99. Rock Lake   128.00
104. Main Street, Fort Steele   50.00
105. Bridge Road, Fort Steele   75.00
106. Corbin   1,244.60
123. Spreull     500.00
128. Fernie-Elko   56.00
131. Mud Lake  120.00
138. Cubin     121.15
139. McKay    50.00
140. Payne's   109.00
Sundry roads (units under $50)    289.00
Plant   2,823.93
Camp equipment   98.52
Supervision     3,459.53
Total, Vote 169—Roads, Trails, etc       40,451.22
Vote 169—Bridges :  Maintenance.
1. Michel Prairie  $61.00
2. Hosmer   84.00
4. Fernie   237.50
8. Elkmouth    69.00
9. Michel Mouth  90.40
10. Old Town   97.23
11. Eddy's      837.41
12. Michel   1,504.93
15. Bull River Falls   835.13
33. Bull River   125.00
41. Lewis Creek   673.78
47. Sheep Creek   2,076.10
52. Wilson Creek  50.00
55. Fairy Creek   805.75
60. Little Fairy Creek   73.50
63. French  Camp    154.77
68. Rock Creek   97.35
69. Big Sand Creek   208.00
75. McDougall    1,087.88
81. Roosville   470.75
85. Flathead   265.60
90. Carbon Creek (west)   128.70
119. Pipe Trestle   509.63
137. Brady    112.25
144. Bryant's   455.39
Carried forward  $11,111.05 $211,396.58 G 92
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1930-31.
FERNIE DISTRICT— Continued.
Vote 169—Bridges :   Maintenance—Continued.
Brought forward     $11,111.05 $211,396.58
Reg. No.
145. Boardman   	
155. Bricker 	
156. McGinnis  	
157. McCool  	
158. Lake  	
159. Draper   	
160. Stock's   	
161. Dodge  	
162. Stevens 	
163. Hamilton   	
Sundry bridges (units under $50)
150.00
250.00
198.45
1,151.15
642.80
623.94
414.00
389.91
88.00
79.50
144.30
Total, Vote 169—Bridges :   Maintenance        15,243.10
Vote 169—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service).
Snow-ploughing        $2,966.15
2,966.15
Total, Vote 169—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service)	
$190.50
Vote 140—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary
Wild Horse Creek 	
Total, Vote 140—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary..
190.50
Total expenditure, Fernie District   $229,796.33
FORT GEORGE DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Fort George-Yellowhead (Aleza Lake-Longworth Section)       $1,262.50
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
Fort George-Yellowhead  (Aleza Lake-Longworth Section)       $2,250.00
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
Cariboo 	
Chief Lake roads	
Davie Lake 	
Fort George-Hazelton ....
Fort George-Yellowhead
Isle Pierre roads 	
Land Settlement Area ....
McBride streets 	
$30,S
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(,575.89
S.088.09
1,884.59
1,691.49
',902.31
1,356.88
',107.88
L,738.97
Shelley (east)        10,213.23
R.A. No. 1        11,282.25
R.A. No. 3   460.77
R.A. No. 7          1,506.50
R.A. No. 9  60.47
R.A. No. 12   578.00
R.A. No. 13   148.00
R.A. No. 14  670.00
R.A. No. 15          1,909.25
R.A. No. 18         4,324.07
R.A. No. 19   205.00
R.A. No. 22   46.00
R.A. No. 23   153.00
R.A. No. 25   250.00
R.A. No. 26          2,696.00
R.A. No. 30         2,483.50
Carried forward  $165,332.14 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. G 93
FORT GEORGE DISTRICT—Continued.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads—Continued.
Brought forward  $165,332.14
R.A. No. 34   630.00
R.A. No. 40  54.00
R.A. No. 41   580.00
R.A. No. 42   269.50
R.A. No. 43   8,796.13
R.A. No. 47   1,357.00
R.A. No. 49   667.75
R.A. No. 51   264.00
R.A. No. 55   1,399.50
R.A. No. 63   109.00
R.A. No. 65   642.00
R.A. No. 67   4,829.55
Road No. 76   16,351.22
Road No. 77   1,579.50
Road No. 78   4,698.84
Road No. 80   1,537.30
Road No. 82   10,601.19
Road No. 90   300.13
Road No. 178   439.00
Road No. 193   6,710.23
Road No. 199   228.50
Arras-Springhill, A No. 97   31.25
Coleman, A No. 41   1.25
Dawson-Arras, A No. 85   5.40
Kelley Lake   2,627.50
Peace River Hill   1,000.46
Portage, B 36   11.00
.Progress-Ground Birch, A No. 103   125.00
Swan Lake-Cutbank   2,076.25
$233,254.59
Total, Capital Account—Roads   $236,767.09
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
Carter   $1,835.77
Demean   1,000.00
Dawson Hill   1,800.00
Finch     1,648.90
Fox    900.17
Garvin Creek   8,079.10
Haight     1,500.00
Kerr     467.23
Material   932.77
Manse   400.00
Matthews    1,199.81
Montney .:  1,356.00
Mounsey   1,564.60
New Dawson   2,296.06
Palmer ,  922.48
Piper   2,901.10
Stoddard   2,200.00
Sunset   2,020.88
Vieau  800.00
Yakes    997.87
Total, Capital Account—Bridges        34,822.74
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
4. Brownlee     $139.00
7. McBride main streets   1,053.90
8. Jenks  I!  52.00
Carried forward  $1,244.90 $271,589.83 G 94 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1930-31.
FORT GEORGE DISTRICT— Continued.
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $1,244.90 $271,589.83
Reg. No.
9. Chilako   200.00
11. Davies   140.00
14. Dome Creek-Kidd  1,964.36
15. Wright Creek  638.71
17. Dunster-Raush Valley   92.37
18. McBride Cemetery   250.45
19. Widdis  306.50
21. Penny    200.38
22. Isle Pierre (north)   126.31
23. Fort George-Blackwater   1,059.84
24. Fort George-Chief Lake   281.87
25. Cariboo   5,960.74
26. Fort George-Hazelton   1,940.73
27. Fort George-Giscombe   2,649.12
28. Fort George-Isle Pierre   697.82
30. Foreman   887.52
31. Willow River-Shelley  100.00
37. Guay   386.00
40. Red Rock-Fraser Canyon   769.89
42. Young  ;  430.00
45. Kelley   395.50
46. Dutton     170.00
49. Reid Lake   419.46
50. McBride-Cariboo     570.60
51. McBride   (east)     702.80
52. Nichol-Isle  Pierre    50.00
53. McBride-Dunster   1,531.90
54. Mud River Valley  (south)    1,239.55
57. Nichol   264.00
60. Buckhorn    60.00
70. Peden Hill-Fraser River  :  230.50
72. Cadieux     258.50
73. Willow River-Giscombe    770.00
74. Willow  River    492.00
75. West Lake-Fraser River   320.15
84. Croydon-Dunster     1,255.62
85. Bevier   1,214.28
98. Pedscalny   989.00
100. Leno     100.00
101. Nechako Flats  76.00
102. Dale  101.00
104. Shelley   (south)     610.50
106. Fort George-Yellowhead   298.98
111. Mount Robson   1,503.72
119. Bend    135.41
120. Croydon (east)    671.75
123. Newlands   (north)     2,208.74
124. Miworth  (west)     64.00
126. Camp Creek   67.50
131. McGaghran     631.00
135. Shelley (east)   139.00
141. Pooley   72.00
148. Hiller     198.50
149. Bellos     639.27
152. Channell   421.00
153. McBride   (south)     61.00
154. Morgan   125.05
156. Damm's     223.00
158. Unwin   340.15
161. Central Avenue   340.03
168. McLarty   723.73
169. Hedlund    124.70
170. Scattergood     200.00
173. Garrett   128.00
Carried forward     $41,465.40 $271,589.83 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. G 95
FORT GEORGE DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued'.
Brought forward  $41,465.40 $271,589.83
Reg. No.
174. Saxon Lake   377.50
180. Wiggins                                                                  64.98
182. Bayes    '.  1,086.60
200. Tamarac   112.00
Land Settlement Area   310.79
South Fort George streets   187.75
Red Pass Trail   189.00
Peace River roads   30,101.14
Sundry roads   265.55
Material   :.... 4,953.32
Camp equipment  307.41
Plant   8,396.54
Supervision     3,304.80
Supervision, auto   1,660.85
Locating Engineer's car   1,190.35
Total, Vote 169—Roads, Trails, etc       93,973.98
Vote 169—Bridges :  Maintenance.
9. Beaverley   $457.00
13. Bodkin                   201.00
35. Deep Gulch   150.00
54. Howieson   ;  150.00
59. Johnson     112.00
72. Mud River   250.00
73. Mud River   269.50
89. Nechako  3,081.65
145. 6-Mile    150.00
149. 22-Mile    101.50
152. Camp Creek   549.80
153. 35-Mile    242.14
317. Johnson     433.59
357. Perry   121.00
496. Hooker  188.21
527. Barnett   107.00
708. Lund   446.50
Sundry bridges   53.93
Peace River bridges  :... 449.30
Total, Vote 169—Bridges :   Maintenance          7,514.12
Vote 169—Ferries :   Maintenance.
3. Indian Reserve   $1,296.07
9. Isle Pierre   1,429.08
10. Shelley     1,237.80
11. Cariboo   12.00
12. Croydon     610.65
Peace River ferries   5,649.57
Total, Vote 169—Ferries :  Maintenance        10,235.17
Vote 169—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service).
24. Fort George-Chief Lake   $428.62
25. Cariboo   781.20
26. Fort George-Hazelton  361.95
106. Fort George-Yellowhead   238.12
Sundry roads  157.16
Peace River roads         1,567.89
Total, Vote 169—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service)         3,534.94
Carried forward  $386,848.04 G 96 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1930-31.
FORT GEORGE DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward  $386,848.04
Vote 169—Surveys.
Fort George-Yellowhead Road        $2,459.74
Peace River roads   365.12
Total, Vote 169—Surveys          2,824.86
Total expenditure, Fort George District   $389,672.90
GRAND FORKS-GREENWOOD DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Reg. No.
4. Bridesville-Santa Rosa        $1,041.40
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
4. Bridesville-Santa Rosa  :     $12,255.91
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) ; Roads.
4. Bridesville-Santa Rosa   $44,999.42
30. Franklin   7,035.73
Kelowna-Carmi  7,203.18
44. Kettle River (west)   794.65
Rock Creek-Carmi   6,000.00
Christian Valley   638.10
18. Christina Lake  (west)    2,862.50
Italy Creek   346.00
Sand Creek   150.00
$70,029.58
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $83,326.89
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :  Bridges.
25. Cascade (upper)      $12,357.23
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
25. Cascade   (upper)     $20.39
90. Nicholson          2,480.56
$2,500.95
Total, Capital Account—Bridges      $14,858.18
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Anaconda, No. 7   $24.00
4. Bridesville-Santa Rosa   22,823.35
5. Beaver Creek   26.00
6. Beaverdell Station   903.00
10. Camp McKinney-Rock Creek Crossing   76.00
14. Cascade-Laurier   352.00
15. Cascade-Paulson          1,035.00
17. Christina Lake (east)    122.00
18. Christina Lake (west)   74.70
19. Deadwood     68.00
20. Deep Creek-Boundary  302.00
22. Eholt-North Fork  244.00
30. Franklin          2,706.00
31. Grand Forks-Hardy Mountain   231.65
Carried forward     $28,987.70    $98,185.07 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. G 97
GRAND FORKS-GREENWOOD DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward     $28,987.70    $98,185.07
Reg. No.
32. Grand Forks-Lynch Creek   680.00
33. Greenwood-Phoenix   96.00
37. Italy Creek   952.90
41. Kerr Creek   641.00
43. Kettle River (main)    2,926.68
44. Kettle River   (west)  1,407.75
46. Lynn Creek :  16.00
50. Meyers Creek   173.00
52. Mill Creek-Grand Forks  856.50
53. Moody Creek-Cascade   16.00
Norwegian Creek  680.00
59. Phoenix-Greenwood    112.00
61. Pass Creek-Rock Candy  26.75
63. Rock Creek-Myncaster  123.00
64. Rock Mountain roads  134.00
68. Sutherland Creek   821.90
70. Valley roads (south)  786.45
71. Valley roads (west)  99.00
72. Vernon-Edgewood  -  108.97
73. Wallace Mountain   949.22
22a. Grand Forks (arterial)   114.00
Greenwood (arterial)   4.50
22a. Grand Forks  (primary)  432.20
Sundry roads   1,693.03
Supervision (Foreman's wages and expenses)  2,567.00
Essex car, Sedan A-73 (purchase, gasoline, etc.)  1,524.64
Chevrolet Touring A-28  (gasoline, oil)  45.92
Plant and tools (trucks, tractors, and tools)  11,113.68
Total, Vote 169—Roads, Trails, etc.       $58,089.79
Vote 169—Beidges :   Maintenance.
5. Beaver Creek   $60.00
6. Beaverdell     97.00
7. Blue Joint  :  103.50
8. Blythe   101.08
9. Boundary City  138.40
12. Boulder   95.00
13. Bravard     100.00
15. Brown Creek   35.00
17. Bull   100.00
Butcher Boy  89.00
20. Canyon    692.21
21. Carmi     131.00
22. Caron     100.00
23. Carson   105.50
24. Cascade  (lower)    90.54
26. Cedar  76.00
Christian Valley   188.90
28. Christina '.  20.00
29. Conkle  34.00
30. Cooper  274.00
31. Copper Kettle, No. 1  92.00
Copper Kettle, No. 2  95.50
32. Cranberry   18.00
38. East Fork of North Fork  125.00
40. Eholt  28.00
41. First Street   93.00
43. Fornelli   150.25
46. Franklin   210.00
Hall Creek, Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6  191.00
51. Hardy   201.50
Carried forward  $3,835.38 $156,274.86 G 98 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1930-31.
GRAND FORKS-GREENWOOD DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 169—Bridges :   Maintenance-—Continued.
Brought forward  $3,835.38 $156,274.86
Reg. No.
53. High Bridge   28.00
54. Hollinger  50.00
55. Ingram    27.75
Johnson  1,063.10
60. Jones Creek   24.00
61. Kettle River    70.00
62. Knappen   105.00
63. Lancashire    184.00
64. Lynch Creek  187.00
Lynn Creek  111.20
66. McBride  .-.' :  58.70
65. McCarthy   27.00
68. McRae, No. 1    100.00
71. McRae, No. 4   100.00
77. McRae, No. 10   ... 100.00
80. Meyers, No. 2   100.00
87. Miday    23.40
88. Motherlode   159.00
89. Murray   152.36
90. Nicholson    70.00
92. Norway, No. 2  200.00
Roylance  129.40
Sand Creek  36.00
104. Sater   198.00
105. Sawmill  36.00
106. Slater     260.40
Snowball   54.00
107. Spaulding   24.00
109. Stutridge     60.00
110. Suspension   108.00
Twin, No. 1  83.50
Twin, No. 2  59.12
113. Vaughan   12.00
114. Volcanic    28.00
123. Yale   36.00
125. Schullie   230.00
126. Castle    :  198.54
127. Savage *  15.00
117. Westbridge   28.00
118. White Cabin    60.96
Sundry bridges   770.83
Total, Vote 169—Bridges :   Maintenance         9,203.64
Vote 169—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service).
Bridesville-Santa Rosa   $1,100.90
Franklin, No. 30   109.00
Kettle River (main), No. 43  84.80
Wallace Mountain, No. 73   63.00
Frink snow-ploughs, repairs  .   51.70
Total, Vote 169—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service)         1,409.40
Vote 140—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
Bell Mine   $62.50
Butcher Boy   100.00
Fred " D " Mineral Claim  25.00
Golconda  50.00
Imperial Group  :  150.00
Molly Gibson   200.00
Revenge     100.00
Roderic Dhu  100.00
Carried forward  $787.50 $166,887.90 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. G 99
GRAND FORKS-GREENWOOD DISTRICT— Continued.
Vote 140—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary—Continued,
Brought forward  $787.50 $166,887.90
Silver King   50.00
Vendella Claim   100.00
Total, Vote 140—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary  937.50
Total expenditure, Grand Forks District  $167,825.40
ISLANDS DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6  (a) ;   Roads.
Reg. No.
14. East Saanich   $909.67
22. West  Saanich    500.00
39. Centre   943.85
57. South End (main)    1,842.69
58. North End (main)  1,948.88
100. Beddis     2,924.83
107. Beaver Point   973.67
124. Hill-Brantford     2,075.37
143. Scott   494.72
157.  Swartz Bay   14,946.76
162. Montague   486.00
180. Musgrave's   1,986.84
Sidney  sidewalks    2,968.11
Bituminous surfacing   14,937.40
Total, Capital Account—Roads     $47,938.79
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :  Ferries.
Saltspring-Saanich Ferry Landings '.     $60,247.28
Total,  Capital Account—Ferries       60,247.28
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
2. All Bay   $151.20
4. Beacon Avenue   92.00
5. Bazan Bay Avenue  136.46
6. Birch   521.57
7. Breed's Cross-road   214.26
8. Centre   1,465.86
10. Chalet   1,347.13
13. Downey   1,121.62
14. East Saanich   2,994.69
15. Horth Cross-road   347.10
18. Madrona Drive   142.01
19. Marine Drive   330.59
20. Oakland Avenue   258.92
22. West  Saanich    2,809.25
30. Queens Avenue   323.40
31. School Cross-road   155.12
33. Second  Street   125.00
34. Third  Street    338.75
36. Fifth Street   88.82
39. Central    332.55
40. Coast   391.72
41. Easthom   198.00
42. East  1,971.15
45. Main    284.23
47. Murray   121.00
50. Silva Law  188.75
Carried forward     $16,451.15 $108,186.07 	
G 100
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1930-31.
ISLANDS DISTRICT— Continued.
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward     $16,451.15 $108,186.07
Reg. No.
54. Cook's   158.75
57. South  End   (main)  184.42
58. North End   (main)  162.64
59. Morgan's   59.00
60. McLure   88.50
62. Cape Horn   176.37
64. Deacon's   141.09
70. Horton Bay   330.43
71. Main    282.30
72. Point Comfort   356.41
73. Simpson     132.93
74. Bedwell  Harbour   112.00
78. Corbett    102.00
80. Hope Bay-Wallace Point  398.57
81. Hoosen     60.50
82. James Point   90.00
83. Otter Bay   281.15
84. Hope Bay   90.00
85. Port Washington   147.85
89. South Otter Bay   354.05
90. Boulder   291.00
93. Spalding   195.15
94. Deep Bay   656.01
100. Nixon's   177.80
102. Thetis    193.33
103. Wharf   63.83
106. Beddis   372.23
107. Beaver Point   983.41
111. Baker's   111.94
113. Cranberry   1,299.96
116. Divide  .'  8,301.55
121. Ganges   (lower)     1,277.19
122. Ganges (upper)   868.54
123. Yarrows     185.71
124. Hill-Brantford  63.00
130. Lassetter  204.05
132. Mahon-Mansell   171.76
135. North End   882.17
138. Rainbow   125.48
140. Robinson     217.38
151. Vesuvius   120.05
152. Walker-Hook  674.56
154. Prospect    270.40
155. Maple     131.20
156. Bradley-Dyne   153.83
157. Swartz Bay   1,956.82
159. Wilson  _  94.3S
162. Montague    421.95
165. Village Bay   73.06
166. Waugh    :  66.00
170. Isabella Point   305.50
173. Munro   79.98
176. Lyall Harbour  65.94
179. Mount Baker   75.00
180. Musgrave's   87.00
187. Tyron    ,  87.60
195. Barrett    117.15
205. Churchill   154.85
214. King's    68.00
217. Ellis  247.00
221. Towner Park   278.89
222. Bittaincourt   52.50
223. Tapping     127.50
Carried forward     $42,501.76 $108,186.07 ISLANDS DISTRICT— Continued.
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued-
Brought forward     $42,501.70 $108,186.07
Reg. No.
225. Tatlow  269.50
306. Lighthouse Trail   555.50
307. Quarry Trail   308.25
309. Staple's Trail    225.00
Sundry roads (units under $50)  516.63
Plant and tools :  5,972.66
Supervision—
General Foreman   2,966.50
Auto   334.62
Launch     237.09
Total, Vote 169—Roads, Trails, etc       53,887.51
Vote 169—Bridges :   Maintenance.
2. Akerman   81.62
4. Walters   227.00
10. Fulford   21.50
14. Clarke   46.00
17. Gibson   130.10
20. Birkett     97.20
22. Purdy     53.80
26. Morgan's   610.54
40. Longdon     134.00
Total, Vote 169—Bridges :   Maintenance         1,401.76
Vote 169—Ferries.
Saltspring-Saanich Ferry       $3,556.54
Total, Vote 169—Ferries         3,556.54
Total expenditure, Islands District  $167,031.88
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KAMLOOPS DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
38. Kamloops-Chase   $29,406.30
40. Kamloops-Nicola     16,034.12
41. Kamloops-Cache Creek   34,049.55
43. Kamloops-Tranquille   22,488.18
48. Long Lake  1,500.00
49. Louis Creek   5,000.00
58. Rose Hill (old)   1,550.00
65. Tranquille-Criss Creek   6,699.67
75. North Thompson Highway        10,999.92
76. Paul Lake  '.         3,999.83
Settlers' roads         6,497.79
Total,  Capital Account—Roads  $138,225.36
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act,  1929,"  Sec.  6   (a) :   Bridges.
114. Alpha        $14,036.73
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
Overhead crossing, Kamloops-Savona Road  (proposed diversion)       $2,20S.19
23. Clearwater          5,776.68
115. Gully,  No. 115         1,200.00
$9,184.87
Total, Capital Account—Bridges       23,221.60
Carried forward  $161,446.96 G 102 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1930-31.
KAMLOOPS DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward  $101,446.96
Vote 169—Maintenance  and  Minor  Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
1. Adams Lake   $1,613.50
2. Armour   50.00
5. Barnes Creek   212.00
6. Barriere River   1,872.00
9. Beaton-Fish Lake  86.25
10. Birch Island-Lost Creek  302.90
11. Boulder Mountain   250.00
18. Coal Hill-Sugar Loaf   253.50
21. Clearwater   164.08
24. Edith Lake   387.30
25. Fadear Creek  150.00
26. Fruitlands     1,069.80
27. Walhachin     240.00
32. Highland Valley   645.35
35. Hudson Bay Meadow   150.00
38. Kamloops-Chase   1,604.78
40. Kamloops-Nicola  2,819.76
41. Kamloops-Cache Creek  5,030.17
42. Kamloops-Shuswap  (north side)  114.50
43. Kamloops-Tranquille   3,552.30
45. Lac Du Bois  100.00
48. Long Lake   1,613.12
49. Louis Creek   2,498.25
50. Mamit Lake   1,682.65
52. North Thompson  (east side)  4,483.51
53. North Thompson (west side)  5,817.40
57. Reserve Creek   868.85
58. Rose Hill  (old)     744.32
59. Rose Hill (new)   364.75
61. Sullivan Valley   90.00
62. Sullivan Valley-Knouff Lake    •       224.00
63. Sullivan Valley-Vinsulla   290.00
65. Tranquille-Deadman Creek   1,529.75
106. Raft River Trail  ,  60.00
Snow-removal     389.41
Sundry roads   (units under $50)     44.90
Camp equipment   1,166.98
Plant and tools   9,722.03
Stable    287.17
Supervision—
General Foreman   2,280.00
Travelling and auto  1,023.85
Total, Vote 169—Roads, Trails, etc       55,849.13
Vote 169—Bridges :   Maintenance.
27. Criss Creek   ...  $677.89
40. Edmonds   519.14
44. Fish  Trap   -  43.68
49. Kamloops   (east)    -  236.75
50. Kamloops  (west)    350.04
54. Lemieux Creek, No. 1  500.00
57. Lemieux Creek, No. 4  1,394.00
61a. Louis Creek, No. 3  237.30
65. North Thompson (at Barriere)  414.60
65. North Thompson (at Barriere)   (high-water guard)  124.00
72. Rose Hill, No. 1  1,423.62
78. Schiedam Creek, No. 2  276.74
79. Schiedam Creek, No. 3  258.67
80. Schiedam Creek, No. 4  376.73
80a. Schiedam Creek, No. 5  286.00
81. Slough  (Mount Olie), No. 1  300.00
Carried forward  $7,419.16 $217,296.09 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. G 103
KAMLOOPS DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 169—Bridges :   Maintenance—Continued.
Brought forward  $7,419.16 $217,296.09
Reg. No.
82. Slough  (Mount Olie), No. 2  938.00
87. Timber Creek, No. 2  873.35
93. Walhachin     4,399.96
109. Camp Creek   202.00
116. Shaw   150.00
117. Haggard Creek   429.00
118. Durand Creek   207.75
119. Tunstall     413.19
Total, Vote 169—Bridges :   Maintenance        15,032.41
Vote 169—Ferries.
1. Birch Island  $912.75
2. Black Pool   966.74
3. Chinook Cove   817.60
4. Clearwater   518.00
5. Mount Olie   1,480.46
6. McLure   1,199.90
7. Vinsulla     1,287.25
Total,   Vote  169—Ferries         7,182.70
Vote 169—Traffic Operation   (including Snow-removal Service).
Equipment     $171.50
Total, Vote 169—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service)  171.50
Vote 140—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
Transvaal Group Trail   $480.00
Berk Creek Trail  400.00
Salso Mineral Claim  400.00
3-Mile Creek    100.00
Clearwater Area Trail  1,761.87
Hobson Creek Trail   689.00
Forge Mountain   2,777.60
Mount Olie Gold-mine Trail  150.00
Total, Vote 140—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary         6,758.47
KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT  (KASLO SECTION).
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
460. Cascade Creek  $250.00
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
145. Kaslo-New Denver   $10,094.96
186. Nelson-Kaslo   9,891.50
460. Cascade Creek   871.35
Lardeau River  (bank-protection)    299.12
$21,156.93
Total  expenditure,  Kamloops District  $246,441.17
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $21,406.93
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :  Bridges.
87. Cedar Creek   $615.93
Total, Capital Account—Bridges   615.93
Carried forward :...     $22,022.86 KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT  (KASLO SECTION)— Continued.
Brought forward     $22,022.86
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
1. Ainsworth (north)  $109.62
49. Crawford Bay-Grey Creek   114.55
96. Ferguson   606.52
106. Gardner     85.00
111. Gooch     133.25
115. Hammil Creek   78.00
123. Houston     165.00
124. Howser-Argenta   601.40
125. Howser Station   61.85
126. Howser Lake  (east)     76.00
145. Kaslo-New Denver   4,748.32
146. Kaslo Addition streets   229.03
147. Kaslo Creek (South Fork)   1,015.83
148. Kaslo (north)   572.30
149. Kaslo (south)    87.00
163. Lynchville     974.01
186. Nelson-Kaslo   9,841.00
211. Peters   655.47
213. Princess Creek   74.75
270. Trout Lake   497.62
281. Utica   500.00
290. Wadds   100.00
410. Aralu   50.00
460. Cascade Creek   146.25
484. Duncan River  (west)    250.45
513. Flint   63.50
554. Healy Creek   219.78
596. Lardeau River (west)    120.00
666. Poplar Creek   164.93
692. Schroeder Creek   50.00
719. Tenderfoot Creek   60.50
741. Walker's   56.00
749. Woodbury Creek (North Fork)  72.00
Hooper Bridge Fill   538.72
Jesty Bridge Fill   757.00
Sundry roads and trails (units under $50)  877.54
Plant and tools   3,167.59
Supervision—General Foreman, office, etc  3,696.93
Total, Vote 169—Roads, Trails, etc       31,617.71
Vote 169—Bridges :  Maintenance.
51. Briggs Creek   $174.41
60. Canyon Creek, No. 1   201.85
238. Gerrard  :  249.76
262. Halfway   144.50
362. Murray Creek   60.00
372. Nashville     55.00
369. Newcomen     200.00
481. Smuggler     147.38
Total, Vote 169—Bridges :   Maintenance         1,232.90
Vote 169—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service).
96. Ferguson   	
145. Kaslo-New Denver
186. Nelson-Kaslo 	
270. Trout Lake	
$164.30
28.00
240.51
108.45
Total, Vote 169—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service).
541.26
Carried forward     $55,414.73 KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT  (KASLO SECTION)— Continued.
Brought forward     $55,414.73
Vote 140—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
Reg. No.
2. Ainsworth  (south)   $100.50
147. Kaslo Creek  (South Fork)     996.75
275. True Fissure   1,999.27
410. Aralu  :  50.00
423. Beaver     100.00
441. B.C  50.00
450. Caledonia    44.50
460. Cascade Creek   999.73
484. Duncan River  (west)    497.25
497. Eureka     89.15
517. Fry Creek  40.00
528. Gertrude Creek   150.00
550. Hall Creek   249.35
588. Kuz   100.00
666. Poplar Creek   235.50
719. Tenderfoot Creek   149.50
711. Surething  :  75.00
749. Woodbury Creek  (North Fork)    792.75
229. 14-Mile Bridge   145.81
Total, Vote 140—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary         6,865.06
Total expenditure, Kaslo-Slocan District (Kaslo Section)     $62,279.79
KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT  (SLOCAN SECTION).
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1924," Sec. 6 (6) :   Roads.
Deer Park-Syringa  $161.40
Columbia River   25.82
Box Lake-Rosebery   400.00
New Denver-Silverton   134.19
$721.41
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
Deer Park-Syringa   $1,414.60
Highway-protection, Burton   3,281.50
Sandon Flume   193.21
$4,889.31
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 0 (a) :  Roads.
Sandon Flume   $525.08
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
Box Lake-Rosebery   $221,488.14
Deer Park-Syringa   12,162.53
Graham  Landing    1,998.16
Columbia River   4,450.01
New Denver-Silverton   9,973.37
Columbia River (fills)   5,335.46
Highway-protection, Burton   5,087.47
$260,495.14
Total, Capital Account—Roads  $266,630.94
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :  Bridges.
Perry Siding        $7,749.81
Carried forward  $266,630.94 G 106
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1930-31.
KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT  (SLOCAN SECTION)— Continued.
Brought fortvard  $266,630.94
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
Perry        $6,515.90
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
Pre-emption        $4,294.28
Mosquito          8,895.53
Slocan City        17,536.91
$30,726.72
Total, Capital Account—Bridges        44,992.43
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :  Febries.
Needles-Fauquier        $2,228.21
Total, Capital Account—Ferries         2,228.21
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Applegrove-Sherwood  $105.00
Arlington     32.00
Arrow Park Town   222.00
Arrow Park-West Demars   477.60
Arrow Park-Graham's Landing  992.50
Brouse     109.48
Box Lake-Rosebery   442.65
Caribou Creek   66.00
Columbia River   6,239.35
Crescent Bay   406.75
Deer Creek   60.00
Deer Park (south)   350.00
Deer Park streets  '.  126.00
Edgewood  Town    162.61
Edgewood-Vernon   3,849.39
Enterprise     105.00
Edgewood-Needles     2,000.93
4-Mile    583.92
Galena Farm   76.00
Glenbank     89.00
Jacob's Ladder   12.00
Kaslo-New Denver  2,027.85
Little Slocan River  684.25
McCormaek     60.00
Nakusp-Box Lake  !  221.40
Nakusp streets  1,290.04
Needles-Fire Valley   232.00
New Denver-Rosebery   2,794.11
New Denver-Silverton   2,994.80
Needles  (north)     222.50
Passmore (upper)   60.50
Republic   72.00
Ruth    27.00
Sandon-Cody   210.00
Sandon-Three Forks   1,468.45
Sandon streets  545.30
Silverton Town   6.00
Sloean City-Silverton   14,041.98
Slocan River   (east)     5,207.02
Slocan River  (west)    4,137.47
Standard   162.50
Silver Queen  12.40
Whatshan Lake  259.20
Carried forward  $53,244.95 $313,851.58 KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT  (SLOCAN SECTION)— Continued.
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward     $53,244.95 $313,851.58
Wonderful    :  87.00
Plant and tools   3,606.26
General Foreman—
Salary and expenses   3,146.25
Car   1,003.77
Trails.
Black Bear  101.00
Bluebird   130.25
Buffalo     4.00
Carnation   45.35
Corinth   45.35
Coronation   46.00
Great  Western   48.00
Hot Springs   68.00
Kuskanax   95.00
Molly Mine    48.00
Mountain Con   28.00
Needles  (north)     10.00
Noble Five   6.00
Reco     368.20
Rio     154.00
Sunshine   45.30
Tillicum     48.00
Victor Group   314.55
Total, Vote 169—Roads, Trails, etc       62,693.23
Vote 169—Bridges :  Maintenance.
Bridges, general  $42.95
Appledale   28.50
Arrow Park (south), No. 1   39.50
Arrow Park (south), No. 2   39.00
Arrow Park (south), No. 3   110.50
Arrow Park (south), No. 4   39.00
Arrow Park (south), No. 5   139.45
Arrow Park  (south), No. 6   8.00
Arrow Park (south), No. 18   38.80
Brouse  265.50
Clark's     547.85
Columbia River, No. 1   2,430.34
Columbia River, No. 3  483.30
Columbia River, No. 4   3,198.09
Mackinson's Landing   7.10
Columbia River, No. 7   93.50
Columbia River, No. 10   35.00
Columbia River, No. 11   35.00
Columbia River, No. 12   33.81
Columbia River, No. 22   15.30
Columbia River, No. 26   458.00
Porter   122.50
Columbia River, No. 62  149.92
Columbia River, No. 63   263.32
Columbia River, No. 65   9.00
Deep Creek ,  121.00
Enterprise Mill   40.00
Enterprise Mine   60.00
Edgewood-Vernon, No. 1   58.25
Ferret   1,742.38
4-Mile Creek Trail, No. 3   100.00
Goat Creek   .64
Graham   63.26
Jeffery   8.00
Carried forward     $10,826.76 $376,544.81 G 108 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1930-31.
KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT  (SLOCAN SECTION)— Continued.
Vote 169—Bridges :   Maintenance—Continued.
Brought forward     $10,826.76 $376,544.81
Lemon Creek   73.00
Mosquito Creek   152.50
New Denver-Slocan, No. 17   346.48
New Denver-Slocan, No. 5   40.00
Parapet   262.25
Pre-emption, No. 2   301.16
Renata (north), No. 1  185.50
Renata (north), No. 2   190.32
Renata (north), No. 3  160.48
Robinson     55.44
Shakespeare   112.50
Silverton   17.00
Slocan City   4.00
Slocan River (east), No. 2   3.15
Slocan River (east), No. 3   747.89
Slocan River (east), No. 4  103.00
Slocan River (east), No. 5   82.50
Slocan River (west), No. 1  376.46
Slocan River (west), No. 2  367.35
Snow Creek   250.50
Springer Creek, No. 4   46.00
Enterprise, No. 8  30.00
Wakefield    118.14
West Demars (south), No. 1   51.50
West Demars (south), No. 2   51.50
Trussel's  158.00
Whatshan   1,029.24
Whatshan (upper)   267.75
Total, Vote 169—Bridges :   Maintenance        16,410.37
Vote 169—Ferries.
Arrow Park (east and west)        $1,800.00
Needles-Fauquier     5,273.61
Total, Vote 169—Ferries          7,073.61
Vote 169—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service).
Snow-removal           $2,168.37
Total, Vote 169—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service)         2,168.37
Vote 140—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
Bear Lake Mineral Claim Trail   $50.00
Black Bear and Millie Mac   75.25
Bluebird   300.00
Canadian Brandon   1,853.88
Caribou Ace   100.00
Coronation Group   50.00
Lightning Peak   48.69
Mary Ryan  200.00
Meteor  30.00
Mountain Meadow  100.00
Paradise and Renown Group   148.00
Poorman  Group    50.00
Queen Bess and Black Colt   250.00
Republic  Group    140.00
Rex Group   10.00
Rio     125.00
Ruth-Hope   10.00
Silver Queen   272.75
Carried forward       $3,813.57 $402,197.16 KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT  (SLOCAN SECTION)—Continued.
Vote 140—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary—Continued.
Brought forward       $3,813.57 $402,197.16
Waterloo Consolidated          1,630.88
Western and Monitor  50.00
Total, Vote 140—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary         5,494.45
Total expenditure, Kaslo-Slocan District (Slocan Section)  $407,691.61
Total expenditure, Kaslo-Slocan District  $469,971.40
LILLOOET DISTRICT  (NORTH).
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
Reg. No.
5. Big Bar Lake   $432.33
10. Bonaparte Valley   852.00
11. Boule   846.52
13. Bridge River   11,009.14
13. Bridge River (Mission Mountain)  25,000.00
16. Cariboo   (main)     7,519.50
21. Clinton-Springhouse     999.85
28. Fountain Valley   846.51
32. Green Lake   2,500.00
35. Hat Creek    2,497.68
40. Jones-Dickey   1,000.00
43. Kelly Lake-Canoe Creek   6,600.00
46. Lillooet-Clinton   6,499.94
51. Lillooet-Lytton    2,573.49
54. Marble Canyon   4,243.99
63. North Bonaparte   3,500.27
72. Tyaxon    1,049.34
Settlers' roads   1,962.48
Total,  Capital Account—Roads     $79,933.04
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1930, Sec. 6  (a) :   Bridges.
55. Gun Creek   $2,500.12
Total, Capital Account—Bridges         2,500.12
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929,"  Sec. 6   (a) :   Trails
to Mineral Areas.
422. McGillivray Creek  $1,462.64
Total, Capital Account—Trails to Mineral Areas  1,462.64
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
3. Big Bar   $200.00
4. Big Bar-Empire Valley   100.00
6. Big Bar Mountain  198.25
7. Big Bar-Grinder-Kostering   108.75
10. Bonaparte Valley   804.65
11. Boule   175.00
13. Bridge River   4,597.46
16. Cariboo (main)   3,928.62
17. Cayoosh Creek   50.00
18. Cleveland     84.00
20. Clinton streets   747.66
21. Clinton-Springhouse   620.90
23. Deadman Creek   250.00
27. 59-Mile House-Beaver Dam   60.00
28. Fountain Valley   496.75
31. Graham-Dundon   75.00
32. Green Lake   884.97
Carried forward.     $10,382.01    $83,895.80 G 110
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1930-31.
LILLOOET DISTRICT  (NORTH)— Continued.
Vote 169-
-Maintenance and Minor Betterments :
Trails, and Streets—Continued,
Roads,
Brought forward     $10,382.01    $83,895.80
Reg. No.
35. Hat Creek	
36. High Bar 	
40. Jones-Dickey 	
43. Kelly Lake-Canoe Creek	
46. Lillooet-Clinton 	
48. Lillooet Station 	
49. Lillooet-Seton Lake 	
50. Lillooet streets	
51. Lillooet—Lytton  	
54. Marble Canyon 	
55. Mound 	
56. Mound-Loon Lake 	
62. North Fork 	
63. North  Bonaparte   	
68. Seton Lake 	
74. Watch Lake 	
75. Watch Lake-Lone Butte 	
76. Woods Box-High Bar 	
27^107. Bridge River Forks Trail	
416. Gun Creek Trail	
442. Warner Pass Trail	
444. West of Fraser Trail	
Sundry roads and trails (units under $50).
Supervision	
Plant and tools	
Camp equipment 	
369.75
119.00
2,783.76
1,481.50
4,064.86
61.25
231.24
794.04
1,744.73
627.62
203.00
288.80
1,683.86
826.14
190.85
66.00
50.00
300.00
192.00
150.00
106.00
525.60
100.00
3,634.21
7,804.35
256.31
Total, Vote 169—Roads, Trails, etc       42,036.88
Vote 169—Bridges :   Maintenance.
36. Doering 	
50. French Bar 	
69. Hell  ,	
106. Portage, No. 2	
121. South Fork 	
127. Texas Creek, No. 2	
128. Texas Creek, No. 3	
129. Texas Creek, No. 4	
141. Ward's  Ferry  	
147. Watson Bar, No. 3	
Sundry bridges  (units under $50).
$50.00
140.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
106.80
50.00
160.49
Total, Vote 169—Bridges :   Maintenance..
957.29
Vote 169—Ferries.
1. Big Bar ....
2. High Bar
3. Pavilion   ..
$989.92
1,006.14
963.94
Total, Vote 169—Ferries
2,960.00
Vote 169—Traffic Operation   (including Snow-removal Service).
13. Bridge River   $335.41
43. Kelly Lake-Canoe Creek  23.00
46. Lillooet-Clinton   126.50
Total, Vote 169—Traffic Operation  (including Snow-removal Service).
Vote 140—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
484.91
13. Bridge River 	
17. Cayoosh Creek 	
66. Scottie Creek 	
407. Bridge River Forks Trail..
$9,994.94
1,493.98
96.00
200.00
Carried forward     $11,784.92 $103,334.! STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. G 111
LILLOOET DISTRICT   (NORTH)— Continued.
Vote 140—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary—Continued,
Brought forivard     $11,784.92 $103,334.88
Reg. No.
420. Marshall Creek Trail  100.00
438. Tyaughton Creek Trail  300.00
434. Shulops Trail  75.00
443. Watson Bar   50.00
Total, Vote 140—•" Mines Development Act," Supplementary       12,309.92
Total expenditure, Lillooet District  (North)  $142,644.80
LILLOOET DISTRICT  (SOUTH).
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
294. Mintie   $892.94
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
436. Squamish-Britannia   $222.00
Capital Account-—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
272. Beach Avenue   (east)  $1,994.11
281. Gibson-Sechelt     3,022.64
314. Sechelt-Pender Harbour   74,518.85
436. Squamish-Britannia   10,750.36
$90,285.90
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :   Protection
of Highways.
Squamish     $3,942.61
Pemberton     4,999.63
$8,942.24
Total, Capital Account—Roads  $100,343.14
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
203. Lineham     $54.00
204. Pemberton Meadows  :.... 2,185.85
205. Portage   1,621.13
206. Station     339.82
207. Pemberton Portage   753.46
241. Judd  76.77
243. Paradise Valley   80.00
245. Squamish Valley   9,792.25
246-252.  Squamish streets   1,634.25
253. Squamish dykes   213.85
271. Beach Avenue   (east)  284.24
272. Beach Avenue  (west)  226.23
274. Burns  27.50
275. Bridgeman     32.50
276. Cemetery  27.50
277. Chamberlain   137.62
278. Chaster   25.50
279. Crowder     50.77
280. Crowe    27.50
281. Gibson-Sechelt  2,433.10
283. Hanbury   9.50
284. Henry    74.02
285. Hopkins  87.00
287. Kaymes   45.31
288. Kearton  39.10
290. Lockyer  70.25
Carried forward  $20,349.02 $100,343.14 G 112
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1930-31.
LILLOOET DISTRICT  (SOUTH)— Continued.
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $20,349.02 $100,343.14
Reg. No.
291. Lower    299.42
292. McLaughlin     30.00
293. Mason   210.36
294. Mintie   104.00
295. North  217.30
296. Northwest Bay  .'  150.89
300. Pratt  :  106.88
301. Reid   11.61
302. Roberts Creek   231.38
303. Salmon  Arm    81.16
313. Franklin   12.87
314. Seehelt-Pender Harbour   1,637.00
320. Field    56.00
324. Porpoise Bay   525.80
327. Blower     900.00
Scout   81.50
430. Bargain Harbour  38.80
431. Egmont   25.00
432. Garden Bay Lake  25.00
437. Saginaw    38.81
439. Dorriston     25.00
440. Alice Lake  24.00
441. Archibald    25.00
443. Nye's   66.16
445. Pope's Landing   49.81
446. Garibaldi  220.19
448. Pemberton     49.50
452. School   230.04
455. Crane  116.00
456. Kleindale School   150.00
457. Griffith Bay   200.00
Camp equipment   3.58
Plant and tools  4,320.11
Material  1.05
Supervision—
Salaries and expenses  3.181.90
Launch V-33   2,226.89
Total, Vote 169—Roads, Trails, etc       36,022.03
Vote 169—Bridges :   Maintenance.
343. Bunty    $107.37
272. Bowden   13.39
235. Birkenhead   75.00
243. Big Slough   136.56
253. Battle Creek    32.98
276. Chaster   13.39
394. Green River   43.50
251. Harris   995.50
342. Lyle   88.12
295. Mission, No. 1  26.50
340. Newlands    122.41
226. Owl Creek  229.67
227. Red    2,707.84
230. Ryan   135.40
232. Shaw   87.67
326. Skookumchuck   37.05
318. Whop  2,460.71
317. Wiron   139.25
315. Wilson Creek   2,231.40
310. Wilkman  10.14
Total, Vote 169—Bridges :   Maintenance         9,693.85
Carried forward -  $146,059.02 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. G 113
LILLOOET DISTRICT  (SOUTH)— Continued.
Brought forward  $146,059.02
Vote 169—Ferries.
Reg. No.
5. Pemberton     $121.50
6. Ronayn   5.61
8. Crown Mountain  2.50
Cable-ferry at Pemberton (Lillooet River)  166.17
Total, Vote 169—Ferries....,  295.78
Vote 140—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
457. Blackwater Trail   $232.00
444. Trail from P.G.E. Rly. up Tenquille Creek  75.50
456. Lillooet River-Tenquille Basin Trail  200.50
Goat Creek Trail  150.00
Total, Vote 140—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary  658.00
Total expenditure, Lillooet District  (South)  $147,012.80
Total expenditure, Lillooet District  $289,657.60
MACKENZIE DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
137. Thunder Bay   $450.13
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
1. Anahim-Chileotin   $1,211.10
9. Bella Coola   S.997.01
173. Bell    2,324.07
174. Blubber Bay   (Texada)  1,349.30
175. Central (Texada)    672.83
Cranberry Subdivision   3,300.00
177. Gillies Bay   1,790.59
11. Homathko River   339.55
159. Joyce Extension   360.00
129. Lennie   449.61
111. Lund    9,100.00
110. Malaspina   600.00
136. Olsen Lake   494.50
154. Savary Island roads  720.00
137. Thunder Bay   9,643.73
102-103. Tucker Bay and main roads  1,799.29
Westview Subdivision   5,140.00
Wildwood Subdivision   1,350.00
131. Woodhead   449.57
$50,091.15
Total, Capital Account—Roads     $50,541.28
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1930, Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
8. Canoe Crossing     $16,025.15
29. Noosatsum           2,878.07
111. Lois River        17,809.83
Total, Capital Account—Bridges       36,713.05
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Trails
to Mineral Areas.
63. Sakumtha Pass      $5,789.03
Total, Capital Account—Trails to Mineral Areas         5,789.03
Carried forward     $93,043.36 MACKENZIE DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward     $93,043.36
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
1. Anahim-Chileotin   $996.00
146. Allan   123.75
143. Anson  13.00
141. Bay    164.50
9. Bella Coola  4,582.22
20. Bella Coola Townsite streets  398.25
119. Craig   22.00
134. Cranberry Lake   1,032.36
132. Donkersley   84.00
150. First     178.73
155. Fourth     5.00
156. Front   4.25
6. Grant's     254.75
26. Haakenson    199.53
186. Hagen    18.00
157. Harvey    123.68
158. Heights   130.75
159. Joyce   218.38
106. King  200.00
130. Glines  (Lasqueti Island)  296.75
118. Good  (Lasqueti Island)  150.00
113.  Grant   (Lasqueti  Island)  50.00
101. Lake   (Lasqueti Island)  234.24
129. Lennie (Lasqueti Island)  121.00
102. Main  (Lasqueti Island)  246.26
117. Mason  (Lasqueti Island)  50.00
125. Oben  (Lasqueti Island)  50.00
103. Tucker Bay  (Lasqueti Island)  247.97
165. Venables  (Lasqueti Island)  150.00
104. Weldon  (Lasqueti Island)  150.00
111. Lund    3,796.62
110. Malaspina   268.46
148. Manson   450.50
145. Marlatt   23.55
144. Nelson   13.00
136. Olson Lake   498.50
133. Padgett   456.98
163. Park     13.00
139. Phillips  :  100.00
138. Powell   17.50
126. Pryor     118.50
169. Roberts   106.00
153. Rowe   100.00
7. Salloomt    25.25
154. Savary Island  302.54
168. Scotch Fir Point   217.63
151. Second  103.25
10. Tatlayoko Lake   497.81
107. Sutherland    289.25
173. Bell  (Texada Island)  265.60
174. Blubber Bay  (Texada Island)  622.60
175. Central   (Texada Island)  331.25
183. Crescent Bay  (Texada Island)  47.50
176. Cross  (Texada Island)  86.50
177. Gillies Bay  (Texada Island)  269.39
185. Jacobson  (Texada Island)  50.00
180. Shelter Point  (Texada Island)  89.00
131. Woodhead (Texada Island)  97.70
152. Third   100.00
137. Thunder Bay   4,243.79
115. Westview     140.38
122. Zilinsky  162.50
50. Atnarko-Anahim Trail   1,314.55
Carried forward .     $25,714.47    $93,043.36 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
G 115
MACKENZIE DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $25,714.47    $93,043.36
Reg. No.
105. Blunden Harbour Trail  100.00
135. Burial Cove Trail  (Cracroft Island)  149.00
109. Jackson Bay Trail   201.00
120. Jervis Inlet Trail   99.00
62. Rivers Inlet Walk  20.75
63. Sakumtha Pass Trail  449.50
57. Salloomt Trail   32.00
56. Stouie-Atnarko Trail   245.90
60. Stillwater Trail   38.00
194. Stuart Island Trail  698.50
127. Nasek Trail  (Texada Island)  98.00
Material and supplies  1,278.02
Plant and tools  2,904.49
Camp equipment   52.35
Supervision     1,793.09
Total, Vote 169—Roads, Trails, etc       33,874.07
Vote 169—Bridges :   Maintenance.
67. Anahim-Chileotin, No. 1   $75.00
68. Anahim-Chileotin, No. 2   50.00
70. Anahim-Chileotin, No. 4  105.00
8. Canoe Crossing   211.10
38. Christensen     75.00
37. Dean River  204.00
12. Dry Gulch   48.00
111. Eagle River (Lois River)    92.40
180. Halliday   76.63
39. Hallowe's    100.00
167. Mason   52.00
29. Noosatsum   45.74
72. Park's  96.00
128. Powell River   130.37
129. Priest Lake   537.73
80. Sakumtha   150.00
47. Sangstad's, No. 2   7.49
48. Sangstad's, No. 3   45.35
127. Sargenor   236.08
134. Sliamon     34.50
181. Squatter Creek    545.49
43. Snootchley, No. 3   45.00
44. Snootchley, No. 4   10.90
42.  Snootchley, No. 2   53.65
34.  Stone   86.52
52. Thorsen, No. 2   167.25
53. Thorsen, No. 3   88.75
156. Wolfson     11.40
Sundry bridges (units under $50)  217.93
Supervision     461.50
Total, Vote 169—Bridges:   Maintenance          4,060.78
Vote 169—Surveys.
198. Southgate Trail  $1,448.20
Total, Vote 169—Surveys         1,448.20
Vote 140—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
170. Venus Trail   $150.00
64. Nifty Group Trail   470.45
Total, Vote 140—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary  620.45
Total expenditure, Mackenzie District  $133,046.86 G 116 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1930-31.
NANAIMO DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
Reg. No.
22-3.      Brechin   $606.60
22-127. Island Highway    149.00
Five Acres roads   98.00
$853.60
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) : Roads.
22-15.    Departure Bay   $499.95
8-122. South Forks   2,798.19
22-127. Island Highway    2,660.50
22-143. Holden-Corso     999.00
Marine Drive   999.30
22-15.    Departure Bay (bituminous surfacing)   '.  789.00
22-76.    Nicol Street  (bituminous surfacing)    767.00
22-97.    Rosehill Avenue (bituminous surfacing)    263.00
22-127. Island Highway  (bituminous surfacing)    2,124.07
Five Acres roads  (bituminous surfacing)    1,052.00
$12,952.01
Total, Capital Account—Roads  .-     $13,805.61
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
22-8. Nanaimo River   $9,433.94
Total, Capital Account—Bridges          9,433.94
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
3. Brechin   $1,095.05
4. Bruce Avenue   202.49
5. Bush Street   60.75
7. Chase River   241.70
15. Departure Bay   996.00
148. Eighth Street (Newcastle Townsite)    310.75
24. Extension   266.60
30. Fiddiek's   77.30
34. Fifth Street, Five Acres   238.00
35. Fourth Street, Five Acres  159.95
42. Gordon     58.60
48. Harewood   518.36
51. Harewood Mines   780.50
143. Holden-Corso     173.65
50. Howard Avenue    434.34
127. Island  Highway    2,495.71
58. Jingle Pot   104.63
69. Millstone  Street   75.25
76. Nicol Street   121.50
151. Northfield   143.50
83. Old  Victoria    237.17
88. Park Avenue   133.75
89. Pine Street   114.00
94. Raine's    162.00
97. Rosehill Avenue   203.50
105. Seventh Street, Five Acres   245.50
103. South Wellington  395.85
146. Stewart Avenue   111.75
109. Strickland     54.40
114. Third Street, Five Acres   52.00
134. Townsite  161.55
135. Waddington    261.50
136. Wakesiah Avenue   112.25
67. Wall Street   285.88
Carried forward     $11,085.73    $23,239.55 NANAIMO DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $11,085.73    $23,239.55
Reg. No.
133. Wilkinson   157.00
Sundry roads (units under $50)    275.75
Supervision Account  4.70
Tools and Plant Account  1,773.29
Haulage-truck Account   2,218.71
Explosives Account    15.18
Total, Vote 169—Roads, Trails, etc       15,530.36
Vote 169—Bridges :   Maintenance.
13. Subway   $120.00
15. Foot-bridge     126.25
Sundry bridges  (units under $50)    45.86
$292.11
Vote 169—Bridges :   Reconstruction.
2. Cook's   766.28
Total, Vote 169—Bridges:  Maintenance and Reconstruction         1,058.39
Vote 169—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service) .
Snow-removal     $13.00
Total, Vote 169—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service)  13.00
Total expenditure, Nanaimo District      $39,841.30
NELSON DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
6. South Nelson streets        $2,025.67
Total, Capital Account—Roads       $2,025.67
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
2. Fairview streets   $35.00
3. Mountain     458.00
4. Rosemont   474.53
5. Silver King   71.00
6. South Nelson streets   1,424.97
Plant and tools   1,713.72
Total, Vote 169—Roads, Trails, etc         4,177.22
Vote 169—Ferries.
Nelson      $14,788.45
Total, Vote 169—Ferries       14,788.45
Total expenditure, Nelson District     $20,991.34
NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT.
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
District Lot 172        $1,762.74
Westminster Bridge approach   68.92
Total, Vote 169—Roads, Trails, etc       $1,831.66
Total expenditure, New Westminster District       $1,831.66
9 G 118 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1930-31.
NORTH OKANAGAN DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Reg. No.
68. Kelowna        $2,302.82
88. Vernon-Edgewood         3,128.44
$5,431.26
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
88. Vernon-Edgewood     $445.00
68. Kelowna   717.16
$1,162.16
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
4. Bella Vista  $282.24
28. Cameron's Point   990.75
78. Eagle Pass   1,723.15
74. Enderby-Mabel Lake   5,238.81
205. Faulkner   872.96
75. Lumby-Mabel Lake   4,083.39
65. Kamloops   16,283.25
68. Kelowna   1,994.79
119. Shuswap Avenue (south)   2,157.93
129. Sugar Lake   2,643.06
130. Trinity Valley   2,999.45
88. Vernon-Edgewood  17,878.23
102. Vernon-Salmon Arm  (Enderby Diversion)     7,003.20
102. Vernon-Salmon Arm  4,994.20
18a. Vernon-Salmon Arm (Enderby Diversion)   424.18
17a. Vernon-Salmon Arm (Spallumcheen Municipality)    752.65
63r. Vernon-Salmon Arm   (Spallumcheen Municipality)    2,249.69
8. Bass     168.14
142. Baker-Hogg   60.38
181. Beattie     520.85
21. Brash-Allen   879.29
208. Biddington Trail   187.00
30. Commonage     818.69
31. Creighton Valley  :  295.44
182. Chapman     76.19
32. Dale  382.69
311. Deep Creek '.  757.00
36. East Side   46.50
38. Emeny   101.97
39. Enderby-Grindrod     586.65
42. Fortune     389.15
47. Glenmary  399.53
49. Grandview Bench '  176.00
52. Grindrod (east side)    349.85
207. Hudson   60.00
59. Harris Creek   171.00
66. Kedleston    83.20
190. Loon Lake Trail   73.90
76. Mallory   197.50
199. Miller Street, Lumby   33.75
79. Mathews   478.84
86. Miska     66.13
89. Monk's     308.33
92. Mud Lake  226.65
209. Norris Street, Lumby   138.00
110. Old  Sicamous   778.60
114. Salts    511.04
148. Smedik    1,774.09
137. Waterside   115.86
138. Westside   544.00
Carried forward  $84,328.14 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. G 119
NORTH OKANAGAN DISTRICT— Continued.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads—Continued.
Brought forward     $84,328.14
Reg. No.
151. Zamis     196.25
Implement-shed, Lumby   1,500.18
$86,024.57
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $92,617.99
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
75. Long Lake Bridge—
Municipality proportion of cost   $501.19
Expenditure   349.50
Long Lake Bridge (credit)    $106.69
Total, Capital Account—Bridges (credit balance)  106.69
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
161. B.X  $340.24
4. Bella Vista   173.20
8. Bass     59.39
15. Bluenose  51.03
211. Brooks  100.00
21. Brash-Allen   51.66
181. Beattie    •.  150.00
28. Cameron's Point   59.66
30. Commonage     390.17
31. Creighton Valley   634.61
180. Chambre's     130.86
34. Deep Creek  241.19
39. Enderby-Grindrod     428.84
37. East Vernon  208.78
74. Enderby-Mabel Lake   915.21
204. 8-Mile    96.85
78. Eagle Pass   1,497.03
113. Enderby-Salmon River   334.75
162. Finlayson   174.14
49. Grandview Bench   301.68
192.  Glencaird Street, Lumby   04.51
59. Harris Creek   77.61
65. Kamloops   1,140.27
68. Kelowna    4,917.95
66. Kedleston    304.96
71. Long Lake   213.23
72. Loon Lake   148.30
199. Miller Street, Lumby   64.51
84. Miller     55.35
75. Lumby-Mabel Lake   2,059.14
97. Okanagan Landing   2,673.19
100. Oyama     114.65
200. Park Avenue, Lumby   51.76
107. Rollings Lake   78.30
103. Richlands   98.30
105. Riverside     201.84
201. Rimer's   366.56
122. Sigalet Cut-off   218.10
126. Squaw Valley  202.90
119. Shuswap Avenue (south)    82.61
129. Sugar Lake  297.54
131. Tronson     285.46
130. Trinity Valley   255.11
88. Vernon-Edgewood  3,384.94
102. Vernon-Salmon Arm   4,235.21
Carried forward     $27,931.59    $92,511.30 -
	
G 120
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1930-31.
NORTH OKANAGAN DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued,
Brought forward  $27,931.59    $92,511.30
Reg. No.
138. Westside   915.15
139. Whitevale   70.90
36r. Vernon-Salmon Arm (City of Enderby)   9.00
34r. Vernon-Salmon Arm (City of Armstrong)   15.75
63r. Vernon-Salmon Arm  (Spallumcheen Municipality)    448.63
17a. Vernon-Salmon Arm (Spallumcheen Municipality)    2,300.27
18a. Vernon-Salmon Arm (City of Enderby)   146.00
20a. Vernon-Salmon Arm (City of Armstrong)   561.47
52a. Vernon-Edgewood (Coldstream Municipality)   3,742.19
70a. Lansdowne Loop  (Spallumcheen Municipality)    119.88
32b. Armstrong-Salmon River (Spallumcheen Municipality)    364.68
33b. Armstrong-Salmon River (City of Armstrong)    74.00
Sundry roads (units under $50)    742.46
Plant, tools, and equipment   4,912.70
New implement-shed, Enderby   1,521.54
Material, unissued stores   2,697.79
Total, Vote 169—Roads, Trails, etc       46,574.00
Vote 169—Bridges :   Maintenance.
20. Cherry Creek   $114.37
22. Cook's   112.62
36. Enderby     1,272.45
145. Immerson  !  103.62
95. Outlet   51.02
165. Reiter    65.82
114. Shorts Creek   195.90
109. School-house     227.12
160. Shuswap Dam   69.60
161. Shuswap Spillway   57.25
Sundry bridges (units under $50)    227.90
Total, Vote 169—Bridges:   Maintenance         2,497.67
Total expenditure, North Okanagan District   $141,582.97
NORTH VANCOUVER DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
65b. Marine Drive  (Robson)    $805.00
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
14. Woods          $661.00
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
3. Cowan   $1,990.08
14. Woods   749.80
73a. Dollarton Highway   54.870.50
Marine Drive, City of North Vancouver  22,311.43
$79,921.81
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6  (a):   Local
Roads within Municipal Limits.
73a. Dollarton Highway
$683.09
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $82,070.90
Carried forward     $82,070.90 	
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. G 121
NORTH VANCOUVER DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward     $82,070.90
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
Reg. No.
2. Capilano River  $138.00
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
2. Capilano River  14,529.72
Total, Capital Account—Bridges        14,667.72
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Bowen Island Trunk   $1,666.32
2. Carter   68.37
3. Cowan   459.71
4. Dorman  763.48
5. Eaglecliffe     178.25
6. Grafton   887.54
7. Langlois    185.17
8. Magee    224.66
9. Miller     324.57
10. Scarborough   171.19
11. Smith     48.25
12. Green     18.23
13. Collins  223.73
14. Woods   280.19
21. New Brighton-West Bay Trail   82.25
22. New Brighton-Grace Harbour   98.00
23. Austin   14.75
24. Strachan   52.00
25. Hayes    100.00
83b. Marine Drive (West Vancouver)    80.50
67a. Marine Drive (West Vancouver)   294.15
65b. Marine Drive  (Robson)    38.80
66a. Marine Drive  (Robson)    22.86
73a. Dollarton Highway   4.00
Plant and tools   1,883.00
Total, Vote 169—Roads, Trails, etc         8,169.97
Vote 169—Bridges :   Maintenance.
29.  Carter   $9.75
42. Collins     2.50
27. Cowan   43.50
28. Dear     64.00
35. Grafton   26.00
37. Killarney     9.00
38. Magee   2.43
34. Smith     52.00
33. Smithson     2.44
10. Bailey's   713.30
2. Capilano River   5.00
11. Caulfield   21.47
9. Cypress   56.03
13. Nilson   10.08
3. Rodgers  22.25
5. Sandy Cove   81.91
8. Sherman's     106.17
Total, Vote 169—Bridges :   Maintenance          1,227.83
Vote 169—Surveys.
Survey from North Vancouver to Deep Cove   $818.89
Total, Vote 169—Surveys   818.89
Total expenditure, North Vancouver District   $106,955.31 G 122 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1930-31.
OMINECA DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
Reg. No.
37. Fort Fraser-Stella         $2,270.33
Francois Lake-Houston   (Nadina River Bridge approaches)         4,810.51
Main trail up Driftwood River from Takla Lake  528.25
67,609.09
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6   (a) :   Roads.
37. Fort Fraser-Stella   $872.03
155. Road from Houston to property of Owen Lake Mining Co  695.82
Francois Lake-Houston   (Nadina River Bridge approaches)  1,305.75
$2,873.60
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
5. Barrett Bridge Fill  $697.33
21. Colleymount   3,256.03
31a. Burrard Avenue-Vanderhoof   1,686.67
37. Fort Fraser-Stella   941.22
39. Fort George-Hazelton   39,088.08
59. Keefe's Landing-Ootsa    3,013.69
70. Ross Creek Bridge Fill  808.03
80. North Francois Lake  992.82
90. Wistaria-Houston   986.57
117. Fort St. James-Manson Creek  8,627.12
118. Topley-Babine     1,991.65
124. Vanderhoof-Stuart Lake   8,730.79
161. Menard Settlement  (East Francois Extension)  938.63
200. Burns Lake-Babine   3,002.95
366. Barrett Bridge Fill, No. 2  882.12
367. Barrett Bridge Fill, No. 3  100.50
Equipment-sheds at Vanderhoof  2,637.01
$78,381.21
Total, Capital Account—Roads     $88,863.90
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6  (a) :   Trails
to Mineral Areas.
Sakumtha Pass   (Whitesail-Eutsuk Portage)  $4,248.85
Total, Capital Account—Trails to Mineral Areas         4,248.85
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1930, Sec. 6  (a) :   Bridges.
5. Barrett    $3,546.23
70. Ross Creek   1,562.45
366. Barrett, No. 2  3,708.73
367. Barrett, No. 3  1,753.60
442. O'Meara    1,198.43
443. Railway Crossing at Engen  4,081.08
Total, Capital Account—Bridges       15,850.52
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
4. Bearhead  $200.00
6. Bedore Settlement-Rose Lake  148.20
8. Bickle   100.00
9. Brown  118.00
10. Blackwater-Stony Creek   499.96
11. Bobtail-Upper Mud   295.24
12. Braeside    180.23
Carried forward       $1,541.63 $108,963.27 	
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
G 123
OMINECA DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $1,541.63 $108,903.27
Reg. No.
14. Burney     100.00
15. Chowsunket    100.00
16. Campbell   205.04
17. Campbell-Hulatt     100.00
19. Rose Lake Cut-off  312.94
21. Colleymount   415.95
22. Crow Creek  150.00
23. Orr  150.00
24. Ferguson  193.50
25. Eakin  Settlement   543.00
26. Encombe  100.00
27. Endako-Francois Lake   259.35
28. Martin Lake  100.00
29. Engen (north)   211.99
30. Evans     110.50
31. Finmoore-Webber Lake   1,293.63
32. Finmoore (south)   592.12
33. Forestdale-Mile 106   75.00
34. Forestdale-Day Lake   173.65 .
36. Fort Fraser Settlement  (east)  301.64
39. Fort George-Hazelton   13,855.36
42. Fraser Lake-Francois   210.00
45. Gilbert    '.  50.00
47.  Greer Valley   400.10
49r. Prince Rupert Highway  347.54
52. Harare Settlement   236.00
55. Hulatt  (south)    154.75
56. Hunt-Lull     199.76
57. Hutter  Settlement    100.00
58. Jones   154.82
59. Keefe's Landing-Ootsa    346.30
61. Lily Lake   704.53
63. Larson   50.00
65. Mapes    150.51
70. Jarman    102.25
71. McDonald's Landing  512.65
72. McKilligan Settlement   200.00
75. McClelland   50.00
79. Nithi River    293.32
80. North Francois Lake   958.85
81. Nulki-Corkserew   150.00
83. Barrett-Knockholt     98.92
84. Ootsa Lake Shore   (east)  1,015.33
88. Palling Settlement   163.75
89. Palling-Decker Lake   100.00
90. Wistaria-Houston     906.51
91. Poole-Mapes     200.00
92. Tchesinkut Shore (east)    200.00
94. Prairiedale    100.00
95. Quick  Station  268.42
96. Quick School  133.07
99. Erickson   100.00
100. Round Lake  (east)     83.10
101. Round Lake   161.50
102. Sob Lake Settlement   209.75
103. Samuels     123.48
104. Schaefer    309.79
105. Short Settlement   160.50
108. Smedley     100.00
109. Snell     99.80
110. Sowchea    294.63
115. Taylor   199.38
117. Fort St. James-Manson Creek  284.03
Carried forward     $31,568.64 $108,963.27 G 124 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1930-31.
OMINECA DISTRICT— Continued.
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $31,568.64 $108,963.27
Reg. No.
118. Topley-Babine   1 236 37
119. Topley   Settlement  168XK)
120. Sinkut-Cottonwood   100.00
122. Uncha Lake   414 00
124. Vanderhoof-Stuart Lake   2,61L09
126. Vanderhoof-Sturgeon  Point  1,528.30
127. Vanderhoof (west)   626.82
128. Vanderhoof-Sackner   501.89
130. Woodmere-Round Lake   422.31
132. Walker Settlement   108.00
133. Wistaria-Larson   168.63
134. Gerhardie    200.00
135. Donald  202.00
141. Rhindress   75.00
143. Pick   5(K00
144. Bree     73.23
147. Cummins     173.00
150. Hossack  156.25
151. Strimboldh    169.50
153. Brandon    808.80
157. Fort Fraser Ferry  (west)  50.00
158. Hogsback Lake   248.00
159. Lewis     100.00
165. Timms   100.00
166. George     200.00
168. Shelford     196.00
169. Endako-Priestly     205.00
175. Hermanson   93.00
177. Foote   200.00
178. Collie-Taylor   391.74
181. Tatalrose     1,474.10
182. Loop  1,548.92
187. Blaney     660.70
188. Loper  299.71
191. Colton   200.00
200. Burns Lake-Babine   169.21
225. Takla Lake-Ingenika   200.00
226. Finlay  Forks-Manson  Creek  201.00
228. Takla Landing-Manson Creek  200.00
Sundry roads (units under $50)  531.62
Traffic operation   132.44
Material    846.20
Camp equipment   241.30
Plant   15,378.37
Supervision  3,790.61
Supervision, auto   1,262.66
Total, Vote 169—Roads, Trails, etc      70,282.41
Vote 169—Bridges:   Maintenance.
6. Buck River, No. 1  $611.61
7. Beaumont   300.00
8. Buck River, No. 3  497.89
9. Buck River, No. 4  lz-/i>i
11. Buck River, No. 6  f>4.82
17. Buck River, No. 2  405.44
27. Chilco, No. 4  £>0.0U
36. De la Matyre  ZTT.zi
43. Rentoul   164-40
44. Eist   99-50
51. Stellako, No. 2  Mooon
108. Butcher Flats  438.00	
Carried forward  $5,201.93 $179,245.68 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. G 125
OMINECA DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 169—Bridges :   Maintenance—Continued.
Brought forward  $5,201.93 $179,245.68
Reg. No.
116. Canyon Creek   758.16
126. Turcotte    516.32
128. Sinkut,  No. 2  98.45
136. Bellencer   324.50
151. Palling     428.00
184. Twenty-four Creek   96.36
190. Evans     295.80
203. Bailey   101.05
238. Beaverdam   153.00
258. Collishaw, No. 2   466.00
263. Coldspring     300.25
288. Finlayson    293.00
361. Ross, No. 2  272.00
367. Barrett    65.00
368. Barrett, No. 4  200.00
411. Viney     77.00
422. Peacock   87.00
423. Pinkut   694.80
424. Cluculz    174.75
425. Fish Creek   149.00
427. Lemieux     318.14
428. Morden    444.73
434. Topley   222.75
439. Harare Road   224.00
499. Takysie   390.40
503. Wakefield   160.00
508. Tchesinkut   2,835.35
Sundry bridges  (units under $50)  145.35
Total, Vote 169—Bridges :   Maintenance       15,493.09
Vote 169—Ferries.
1. Francois Lake   $7,797.10
2. Fort Fraser   1,054.81
3. Braeside    1,240.47
4. Hulatt  :  41.S5
5. Finmoore  1,318.05
6. Takla Lake   288.50
Total, Vote 169—Ferries       11,740.78
Vote 169—Traffic Operation   (including Snow-removal  Service).
39. Fort George-Hazelton   $601.70
59. Keefe's Landing-Ootsa    83.70
80. North Francois Lake  46.50
117. Fort St. James-Manson Creek  93.00
124. Vanderhoof-Stuart Lake   139.50
126. Vanderhoof-Sturgeon Point   83.70
127. Vanderhoof   (west)     77.50
200. Burns Lake-Babine   71.30
Sundry roads   263.75
Snow-plough unit          2,535.24
Total, Vote 169—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service)         3,995.89
Vote 140—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
Fort St. James-Manson Creek Pack-trail !  $300.00
Grouse Mountain, Telkwa  250.00
Golden Eagle Group, Topley  1,199.53
Topley-Babine   1,446.97
Topley-Silver     200.00
Trail to Bulkley Group, near Telkwa  50.00
Carried forward       $3,446.50 $210,475.44 G 126 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1930-31.
OMINECA DISTRICT— Continued.
Vote 140—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary—Continued.
Brought forward  $3,446.50 $210,475.44
Trail to Emerald Group, Sweeney Mountain  1,000.00
Trail to Evergreen Group, Topley  200.00
Trail to Excelsior Group, near Telkwa  150.00
Trail from Germansen Lauding to Germansen Lake  100.00
Trail to Gold Pot Group, Topley  100.00
Trail to Golden Glory, Decker Lake  100.00
Trail to Harlowirth Group    100.00
Trail to Jack Rabbit Group   150.00
Trail to Joker Group, Topley  92.00
Trail to property of Atlas Exploration Co., Ltd., Wedge Creek, Finlay
River     350.00
Trail to Pioneer Group, Babine Mountain  150.00
Trail to Rainbow Group, Takla Lake  150.00
Trail to Randolph Group   96.00
Trail from Takla Lake to Old Hogum  200.00
Trail from Takla Landing to Manson Creek  991.05
Total, Vote 140—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary  7,375.55
Total expenditure, Omineca District  $217,850.99
PRINCE RUPERT DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1925," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
Prince Rupert Highway  (Galloway Rapids-Skeena City)  $547.22
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
Prince Rupert Highway (Kaien Island Section)  $6,686.03
Prince Rupert Highway (Galloway Rapids-Skeena City)  81,298.93
Queen  Charlotte  City-Tlell  5,511.35
Tlell-Port Clements   8,050.92
Port Clements-Masset   4,209.39
Masset-Tow Hill  8,366.03
Prince Rupert Highway   (survey)  14,997.32
$129,119.07
Total, Capital Account—Roads  $129,667.19
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6   (a) :   Bridges.
Galloway Rapids     $54,181.10
Total, Capital Account—Bridges       54,181.10
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Queen Charlotte City-Tlell  $6,563.62
Queen Charlotte City streets  1.46.25
Tlell-Port Clements   341.25
Sandspit roads   499.02
Port Clements streets  584.65
Port Clements-Masset   285.64
Masset-Tow Hill  4,443.45
Masset streets   302.25
Roads, general, branch roads  688.37
Port Simpson streets  250.22
Prince Rupert Highway (Kaien Island Section)  9,013.40
Kumdis Island Trail  200.00
Smith Island Trail  225.20
Jap Inlet plank walks  280.74
Prince Rupert Highway (Galloway Rapids-Skeena City Section)  2,937.61
Carried forivard     $26,761.67 $183,848.29 PRINCE RUPERT DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward     $26,761.67 $183,848.29
Salt Lakes Trail  196.28
Humpback  Bay Trail  36.00
New Masset-Old Masset  327.50
Oona River sidewalks  234.00
Haysport sidewalks  :  7.40
Lockeport sidewalks   153.65
Plant and tools   22.80
Total expenditures      $27,739.30
Less credits   261.50
Total expenditure, Vote 169—Roads, Trails, etc       27,477.80
Vote 169—Bridges :   Maintenance.
Sundry bridges        $2,979.19
Total expenditure, Vote 169—Bridges:   Maintenance         2,979.19
Vote 169—Wharves.
Prince Rupert   (toll receipts)     $13,271.87
Prince Rupert  (maintenance)  $6,866.56
Cow Bay Harbour  67.68
         6,934.24
Total, Vote 169—Wharves  (credit balance)         6,337.63
Total expenditure, Prince Rupert District  $207,967.65
REVELSTOKE DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Arrowhead Mill   $266.00
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Big Bend   $252,716.78
Solsqua Station   601.90
Malakwa Bridge approach  3,082.43
Revelstoke-Arrowhead   4,997.71
Revelstoke (east)    4,525.54
Revelstoke (west)   23,457.27
Settlers' roads   12,057.75
$301,439.38
Total, Capital Account—Roads  $301,705.38
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1925," Sec. 6  (a) :   Bridges.
Malakwa   $96.00
Downie Creek          2,357.38
$2,453.38
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928,"  Sec. 6   (a) :   Bridges.
Revelstoke   (west)          $1,067.62
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929,"  Sec. 6   (o) :   Bridges.
Revelstoke   (west)     $790.72
Carried forward  $301,705.38 —
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PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1930-31.
REVELSTOKE DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward  $301,705.38
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930,"  Sec. 6  (a):   Bridges.
Malakwa        $4,497.14
Downie Creek          7,380.32
$11,877.46
Total, Capital Account—Bridges       16,189.18
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
3. Arrowhead streets  $61.15
8. Beaton-Camborne  :  567.50
10. Beaton-Trout Lake   1,338.13
11. Begbie   75.92
13. Big Bend   8,635.63
16. Clough  101.00
18. Deep Water Landing  776.47
21. Fish River   205.00
23. Fourth Street Subdivision  54.44
25. Galena Bay Logging   391.50
34. Hall's Landing  122.95
52. Malakwa-Sederberg    432.49
59. Michaluk  186.25
70. Power-house   280.00
71. Revelstoke-Arrowhead     4,301.32
72. Revelstoke (east)    1,523.47
74. Revelstoke   (west)     18,260.15
77. Sicamous-Mara     77.53
78. Sidmouth-Sproat     328.93
80. Ski Jump   116.00
86. Williamson Lake  411.75
95. Cemetery  179.10
104. Big Bend Main Trail  631.50
107. Carnes Creek Trail  100.00
108. Downie Creek Trail  470.25
111. Fish River Trail'  100.00
114. Orser   363.05
114. Halcyon Trail  118.50
126. Pool Creek Trail  188.00
128. Rosebery Trail  96.00
129. Sable Creek Trail  142.00
130. Flat Creek Trail  203.50
131. Silver Creek Trail  918.61
132. Scout Trail    100.00
136. Waverly Trail   716.23
142. French Creek Trail  737.75
146. Black Bear Trail  66.00
102. Beatrice Trail   80.00
Sundry roads (units under $50)  183.85
Plant and tools  8,073.81
Total, Vote 169—Roads, Trails,  etc       51,715.73
Vote 169—Bridges :   Maintenance.
9. Big Bend   $69.50
16. Begbie   604.83
17. Big Bend    85.88
20. Big Bend    275.13
23. Big Bend    67.88
24. Big Bend    218.47
25. Big Bend    73.85
26. Big Bend  52.08
37. Big Bend   354.82
Carried forward  $1,802.44 $369,610.29 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. G 129
REVELSTOKE DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 169—Bridges :   Maintenance—Continued.
Brought forward  $1,802.44 $369,610.29
Reg. No.
40. Fish River   3,549.41
79. Nichol   259.43
80. Revelstoke-Arrowhead   2,803.31
103. Revelstoke   (west)     861.77
106. Revelstoke   (west)  286.24
121. Revelstoke   (west)     54.75
148. La Forme   256.81
149. Big Bend    956.71
150. Big Bend   398.07
151. Big Bend    1,658.74
152. Big Bend    2,204.70
154. Big Bend    150.90
293. Waverly Trail   235.75
Sundry bridges (units under $50)  933.33
Total, Vote 169—Bridges :   Maintenance       16,412.36
Vote 169—Ferries.
1. Arrow Lake (North-east Arm)  $7,000.00
2. Goldstream   202.25
3. Hall's Landing   4,502.84
4. 12-Mile    4,125.52
Total, Vote 169—Ferries       15,830.61
Vote 169—Traffic Operation   (including Snow-removal Service).
8. Beaton-Camborne   $79.00
10. Beaton-Trout   Lake  220.50
13. Big Bend   180.33
71. Revelstoke-Arrowhead   110.62
74. Revelstoke (west)   263.12
Sundry roads (units under $50)  151.25
Sundry bridges (units under $50)  182.50
Plant and tools   407.31
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Total, Vote 169—Traffic Operation  (including Snow-removal Service)         1,594.63
Vote 140—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
Donald Trail   $244.25
Pool Creek Trail   200.00
Beaton-Trout Lake Trail  489.13
Downie Creek-Boulder   425.00
Downie Creek-East Boulder   299.61
Trail to A. and E. Group  452.25
Flat Creek Trail  150.00
Total, Vote 140—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary         2,260.24
Total expenditure, Revelstoke District  $405,708.13
RICHMOND-POINT GREY DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
3. Marine Drive        $2,821.63
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
3. Marine Drive        $1,247.41
19. Richmond Highway, No. 70b         3,379.29
9. Woodward Highway, No. 50b  154.79
$4,781.49 RICHMOND-POINT GREY DISTRICT—Continued.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Reg. No.
3. Marine Drive   $513.55
19. Richmond Highway, No. 70b  19,416.22
9. Woodward Highway, No. 50b  4,989.89
4. Steveston Highway, No. 84b  4,590.04
University Endowment Lands (public highways)  14,276.84
$43,786.54
Total, Capital Account—Roads     $51,389.66
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6  (a) :
Fraser Avenue Bridge.
6. Fraser Avenue Bridge   $24,637.01
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6  (a) :
Fraser Avenue Bridge.
6. Fraser Avenue Bridge  '.  155,289.88
Total, Capital Account—Bridges     179,926.89
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
2. Imperial Street  $1,719.87
3. Marine Drive   5,526.47
23. Twenty-ninth Avenue   107.50
Theological Area roads  257.75
5. Fraser Avenue   94.00
4. Steveston Highway  481.40
9. Woodward Highway   1,681.56
Plant and tools  172.90
Supervision—
General Foreman   2,612.44
Auto A-17   462.58
Chevrolet Truck  S-152  203.09
Total, Vote 169—Roads, Trails, etc       13,319.56
Vote 169—Bridges :   Maintenance.
6. Fraser Avenue   $3,244.96
4, 5. Eburne bridges   7,525.81
3. Third   340.09
Inspection of bridge iron and timber  140.00
Total, Vote 169—Bridges:   Maintenance       11,250.86
Vote 169—Ferries.
Ladner-Woodward Ferry, No. 3  $7,470.00
Total, Vote 169—Ferries         7,470.00
Total expenditure, Richmond-Point Grey District  $263,356.97
ROSSLAND-TRAIL DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
4. Castlegar-Trail      $45,949.13
23. Trail-Rossland          23,090.14
Total Capital Account—Roads     $69,039.27
Carried forward     $69,039.27 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
G 131
ROSSLAND-TRAIL DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward     $69,039.27
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
2. Big Sheep Creek  $675.50
2a. Blueberry  140.00
3. Castlegar Townsite  47.05
4. Castlegar-Trail   7,373.85
6. Columbia-Kootenay     47.00
6a. Country Club  509.50
7. Deschamps  (north)    274.80
8. Drake     50.00
10. Jones   25.00
12. Milestone     231.00
14. Rossland-Cascade   6,984.52
16. Rossland-Paterson    3,930.46
18. Stony Creek (lower)  100.00
19. Sullivan     25.00
21. Trail    (east)  317.93
23. Trail-Rossland     4,044.96
25. Violin Lake   418.00
Plant and equipment  781.10
Total, Vote 169—Roads, Trails, etc       25,975.67
Vote 169—Bridges :   Maintenance.
Castlegar Foot-bridge   $189.43
4. Castlegar-Trail    20.10
5. Castlegar-Trail   158.32
6. Castlegar-Trail   400.36
10. Castlegar-Trail  250.40
14. Columbia River   3,005.64
China Creek   _ 886.44
15. Deschamps    '    35.15
16. Deschamps    18.00
17. Deschamps    63.45
18. Deschamps    9.00
19. Deschamps    526.38
24. Rossland-Cascade   36.00
25. Rossland-Cascade   22.50
26. Rossland-Cascade   31.50
36. Rossland-Cascade  327.98
37. Trail-Rossland     306.39
Total, Vote 169—Bridges:   Maintenance         6,287.04
Vote 169—Ferries.
Castlegar     $6,974.77
Total, Vote 169—Ferries '.         6,974.77
Vote 169—Traffic Operation   (including Snow-removal  Service).
4. Castlegar-Trail  :  $1S3.60
7. Deschamps   (north)     53.00
14. Rossland-Cascade   919.58
16. Rossland-Paterson    :  436.82
23. Trail-Rossland     624.87
Total, Vote 169—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service)         2,217.87
Vote 140—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
Trail to Pearl Group  $50.00
Total, Vote 140—" Mines Development Act," supplementary  50.00
Total expenditure, Rossland-Trail District  $110,544.62 	
G 132 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1930-31.
SAANICH DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
Limekiln   $500.00
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930,"  Sec. 6  (a) :   Local
Roads within Organized Territory.
Scott         $2,486.58
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
Quadra and Saanich  (Primary 54a)  $1,267.73
West Saanich  (Primary 56a)  658.95
Verdier Avenue  (Primary 57a)  6,356.23
Quadra and Saanich (Arterial 29r)  5,680.78
East Saanich (Arterial 30r)  17,516.96
West Saanich (Arterial 52r)  25,427.15
Bituminous surfacing   16,814.09
$73,721.89
Total,  Capital Account—Roads     $76,708.47
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6  (a) :   Wharves.
Mill Bay Ferry Landing at Brentwood       $8,312.22
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6  (a) :   Wharves.
Mill Bay Ferry Landing at Brentwood         15,335.26
Total, Capital Account—Wharves       23,647.48
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
TRAn.s, and Streets  (Unorganized).
Reg. No.
1. Burnside  '.  226.00
2. Chancellor Avenue   28.25
3. Connaught Street   82.00
4. Conrad Street   28.25
5. Crescent  Street    53.75
6. Eaton Avenue    130.25
7. Helmcken   221.38
8. High Street   28.25
9. Holland   26.31
11. Midwood Street   28.25
12. Portage Avenue   28.25
Gorge  (Primary 1a)    261.03
Quadra and Saanich  (Primary 54a)  259.27
East Saanich (Primary 55a)    1,733.26
West Saanich  (Primary 56a)    427.67
Verdier Avenue  (Primary 57a)    208.00
Keatings and Benvenuto  (Primary 58a)  246.79
Keatings Cross-road (Secondary 85b)  103.39
Island Highway  (Arterial 28r)  1,046.00
Quadra and Saanich (Arterial 29r)  433.92
East Saanich (Arterial 30r)  566.09
West Saanich   (Arterial 52r)  1,445.76
Supervision     2,212.33
Auto     367.89
Plant and tools   8,920.99
Total, Vote 169—Roads, Trails, etc       19,113.33
Vote 169—Bridges :   Maintenance.
19. Craigflower  $153.56
Total, Vote 169—Bridges:   Maintenance  153.56
Total expenditure,  Saanich District  $119,622.84 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. G 133
SALMON ARM DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1924," Sec. 6  (6):   Roads.
Kamloops-Salmon Arm   $24.97
Kamloops-Vernon   88.27
Sicamous-Canoe     5.49
Construction of garage, Salmon Arm  255.41
$374.14
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1925," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
Kamloops-Chase Highway   $28.20
Kamloops-Salmon Arm  (Chase Hill)  235.78
Sicamous-Canoe    180.18
Construction of garage, Salmon Arm  319.56
$763.72
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
Kamloops-Salmon Arm        $2,722.64
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
Blind Bay-Eagle Bay  $2,496.43
Campbell Creek   500.00
Chase Creek-Falkland   2,359.53
Monte Creek   1,000.00
Duck Range-Martin Prairie  3,063.66
Kamloops-Salmon Arm   17,345.84
Kamloops-Salmon Arm  (Kault Hill)  2,986.89
Kamloops-Salmon Arm (Chase Hill)  4,447.22
Kamloops-Salmon Arm  (Campbell Ranch Diversion)  2,000.00
Kamloops-Salmon Arm (Notch Hill District)  2,500.00
Kamloops-Chase Highway   15,689.23
Kamloops-Vernon  20,811.60
Celista-Magna  Bay   1,000.00
Notch Hill-Skimikin-Tappen   2,976.38
Paul Lake-Pinantan-Pritchard   3,909.27
Robins Range  914.75
Salmon River Valley  3,787.92
Sicamous-Mara   1,000.00
Squilax-Anglemont   2,500.00
Squilax-Anglemont   (Galcak's Road)  581.70
Sorrento-Blind Bay-Balmoral   1,409.94
White Lake  3,000.00
Tappen-Mobley-Brown    454.00
North Thompson Highway  37,494.07
Sicamous-Canoe (surveys)   2,494.77
Sicamous-Canoe     9,839.45
Arterial Highway, No. 38r   945.82
Salmon Arm-Grand Prairie. No. 26b  447.75
Old Enderby, No. 49a  2,990.48
Construction of garage, Salmon Arm  1,400.68
$152,347.38
Total, Capital Account—Roads  $156,207.88
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
Mad River        $2,193.14
Blue River  2.249.84
$4,442.98
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
Squilax        35,831.46
Total, Capital Account—Bridges       40,274.44
Carried forward  $196,482.32
10 G 134 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1930-31.
SALMON ARM DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward  $196,482.32
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :   Ferries.
Sorrento-Scotch  Creek   (ferry-boat) ,'-..,     $15,623.72
Sorrento-Scotch Creek   (landings)  6,455.59
Total,  Capital Account—Ferries       22,079.31
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
1. Albas   $290.70
2. Adams  Lake  499.26
3. Adams Lake-Squam Bay  234.50
4. Anglemont (east)    80.50
7. Bear Creek   251.25
8. Bolean Creek   681.75
9. Blind Bay-Eagle Bay .'.  853.60
11. Birch Island-Lost Creek  346.50
13. Campbell Creek   139.33
14. Campbell Meadows   243.25
16. Chase Creek   436.08
17. Cedar Hill   90.00
18. Chase Town  1,796.83
19. Chase-Skimikin   606.82
21. China Valley   83.05
23. Celista District   649.90
24. Douglas Lake-Grand Prairie ,  424.95
25. Ducks Station-Disdero  405.75
26. Duck Range  694.29
28. Fowler-Willette    :  493.50
29. Falkland  113.55
31. Grand Prairie   101.25
33. Glenemma-Armstrong     271.75
35. Hadlow   55.00
36. Harper Valley   180.00
37. Hepburn   85.25
39. Kamloops-Salmon      11,908.83
40. Kamloops-Vernon  7,703.75
41. Kamloops-Shuswap ,  252.00
47. Martin Prairie   808.04
48. Meadow Creek   211.00
49. Magna Bay  1,014.25
51. McMurphy District  502.00
54. Notch Hill-Carlin-Tappen  485.80
55. Notch Hill vicinity  548.59
59. Paxton Valley   247.80
60. Paul Lake-Pritchard   443.00
61. Pinantan     1,123.55
64. Pillar Lake    197.55
65. Robins Range   625.64
70. Salmon River  2,163.78
71. Sicamous-Vernon     834.76
72. Squilax-Anglemont   1,805.93
73. Sorrento-Blind Bay   455.44
74. Sorrento District    726.79
75. Seymour Arm  111.00
76. Seymour Arm Bay  :. 150.50
78. Shuswap-Chase Creek   135.75
79. Squilax-Turtle Valley   560.15
80. Tappen-White Lake   1,015.86
81. Tappen-Mobley-Brown    589.70
83. Yellowhead Pass   2,911.50
91. Todd's   320.00
92. Pemberton Range   171.21
93. Line 17   93.50
94. Sicamous-Canoe    323.23
Carried forward     $48,549.51 $218,561.63 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. G 135
SALMON ARM DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $48,549.51 $218,561.63
Reg. No.
95. Blackwell's     510.20
96. Robins Creek   244.00
97. Canoe River   134.25
98. Archibald     98.00
City of Salmon Arm (arterial)  99.44
Municipality of Salmon Arm  (arterial)  600.00
City of Salmon Arm (classified)  115.10
Municipality of Salmon Arm  (classified)  1,416.97
Sundry roads (units under $50)  124.16
Camp equipment  530.44
Plant and equipment  4,577.28
Plant and tools  2,025.40
Plant maintenance   2,352.77
Material    301.83
Total, Vote 169—Roads, Trails, etc       61,679.35
Vote 169—Bridges :   Maintenance.
5. Averly   $20.74
7. Blackburn   112.00
20. Cedar Hill   47.75
25. Chase Creek, No. 5  92.60
31. Chum Creek   776.30
41. Adams River  98.00
49. Haines     66.84
74. McMurphy    25.00
80. Pritchard     719.10
82. Robins Range   105.00
90. Scotch Creek   44.00
96. Shuswap   93.15
105. Squilax   326.63
164. Blue River   402.25
166. Trout Creek   885.85
167. Campbell Creek   319.37
168. Santabain   242.76
Total, Vote 169—Bridges:   Maintenance        4,377.34
Vote 169—Ferries.
1. Avola   $411.86
2. Vavenby     920.17
3. Sorrento-Scotch Creek   2,898.33
4. Squilax  295.28
5. Ducks     1,017.04
6. Shuswap Lake   7,373.54
Total, Vote 169—Ferries       12,916.22
Vote 169—Traffic Operation   (including Snow-removal  Service).
Snow-removal     $539.11
Total, Vote 169—Traffic Operation  (including Snow-removal Service)  539.11
Vote 140—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
Copper Cup Trail  $28.00
Bonnie Brae Trail  75.00
Total, Vote 140—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary  103.00
Total expenditure, Salmon Arm District  $298,176.65 G 136 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1930-31.
SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
East Lake Shore   $248.50
Olalla Diversion   160.00
$408.50
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Hope-Princeton  Highway   (Roach  River   Section,  from  Princeton  to
Roach River)     $54,615.52
Keremeos-Cawston   1,993.71
Keremeos-Princeton   28,264.98
Marron Valley  20,324.11
Princeton—Coalmont   567.50
Oliver-Osoyoos     33,846.67
Penticton-Carmi   8,799.21
Penticton-Oliver (Dog Lake Diversion)    396.15
Penticton-Oliver (Skaha Lake Section)    21,098.93
Princeton-Keremeos   (Princeton end)     557.46
$170,904.14
Total, Capital Account—Roads  $171,312.64
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Beidges.
Reg. No.
66. Bridge over 20-Mile Creek   $2,232.63
Bridge at Mile 69, Hope-Princeton Road   4,499.62
Crossing at Mile 64.6, Kettle Valley Rly  503.52
Crossing at Mile 69, Kettle Valley Rly  121.03
67. Hospital Bridge over 20-Mile Creek   3,446.93
75. 9-Mile Creek          2,139.17
165. Penticton-Oliver (Skaha Bridge)           4,567.80
136. Princeton Bridge over Tulameen River        17,389.99
Bridge across South Fork of Sunday Creek          4,508.64
Trestle bridges on Keremeos-Cawston Road   1,493.80
76. Whipsaw Creek          2,232.68
Total, Capital Account—Bridges        43,135.81
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Trails
to Mineral Areas.
Trunk trail to junction of Pasayten and Similkameen Rivers  (Roche)
and east to Ashnola River Trail        $8,105.26
Total, Capital Account—Trails to Mineral Areas         8,105.26
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
67. Cawston roads   $181.95
10. Copper Mountain   865.22
16. D'Arcy Mountain   80.00
21. Fairview-Camp McKinney   200.77
22. Fairview-Cawston     365.70
26. Fairview-White Lake   474.23
29. 5-Mile-Prineeton   147.72
44. Granite Creek-Blakeburn   1,608.21
35. Hedley-Princeton   1.869.99
48. Hedley streets   778.85
59. Hope-Princeton     270.30
39. Kaleden Townsite   145.50
Keremeos-Cawston   140.50
Carried forward  $7,128.94 $222,553.71 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. G 137
SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $7,128.94 $222,553.71
Reg. No.
41. Keremeos-Hedley  987.08
43. Keremeos Station   423.55
66. Keremeos streets   374.90
42. Kruger Mountain   132.00
47. Marron Valley   419.62
45. Myers Flat-Okanagan Falls   128.80
51. McLean Creek   148.50
25. Nickel Plate   96.58
81. Okanagan Falls streets   65.90
86. Oliver-Osoyoos     2,312.31
80. Oliver streets   753.86
53. 1-Mile-Princeton   754.24
54. Osoyoos-Sidley Mountain   1,219.61
56. Pearce   382.20
74. Penticton Creek   86.00
60. Penticton-Keremeos   2,215.51
20. Penticton-Oliver   11,020.77
73. Penticton-Summerland     3,292.60
63. Princeton-Otter Lake   1,364.06
68. Princeton streets   1,754.71
70. Richter Mountain  !  268.00
52. Richter Pass  362.00
80. Shingle Creek   236.80
97. Sidley Mountain roads   159.00
79. South Keremeos   98.20
72. South Similkameen   570.20
93. S.O.L. Project   78.70
78. Summers Creek   300.42
87. Tulameen-Summit  City    653.04
40. White Lake   342.96
14a. Fairview-Summerland   1,204.51
29b. Penticton-Naramata     619.87
42r. Summerland-Penticton-Oliver   124.13
Sundry roads  (units under $50)    234.95
Camp equipment   134.74
Plant and tools   6,004.02
Supervision—General Foreman and auto   3,291.70
Total, Vote 169—Roads, Trails, etc      49,744.98
Vote 169—Bridges :  Maintenance.
Bridge across Similkameen River near Cawston   $160.40
Bridges generally   384.15
42. 5-Mile, No. 1   11.52
74. Hedley-Princeton    17.75
178. McAlpine    23.65
26. Okanagan  Falls     12.50
101. 1-Mile, No. 1   126.66
103. Osoyoos   365.90
136. Princeton    251.05
179. Raincock     69.05
150. Shingle Creek, No. 3   204.31
152. Shingle Creek, No. 5   148.00
156. Sterling Creek   1,430.33
Unnamed bridge at Cawston   350.00
Unnamed bridge, Oliver-Osoyoos Road   494.95
Under-crossing at Mile 175, Great Northern Rly  5,152.87
$9 203.09
Less Dept. Rec. J.V. 809   2JOo!oO
Total, Vote 169—Bridges :   Maintenance          6,503.09
Carried forward  $278,801.78 G 138 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1930-31.
SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward  $278,801.78
Vote 169—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service).
Expenditure   $346.44
Total, Vote 169—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service)  346.44
Vote 140—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
Allenby Mining Road, Princeton   $3,495.02
Bear Creek-Elliott Creek Trail   100.00
Bear Creek Road and Trail to H. Lowe Claims   75.00
Coalmont-Blakeburn Mine   498.50
Golden Zone, Hedley   150.00
Lake  Shore    150.00
Nickel Plate, Osoyoos Mining Division   347.23
Reconditioning Golconda Road, Olalla, Osoyoos Mining Division  60.00
Goleonda Mine, Olalla, Osoyoos Mining Division   250.00
Summit Camp, Tulameen   1,001.84
Trails to Horsefly, Last Chance, and Sunnyside Claims   175.00
Trails to Lucky Todd, Crown, and Lion Claims   150.00
Tulameen-Summit Camp   248.00
Whipsaw Creek   174.20
Total, Vote 140—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary         6,874.79
Total expenditure, Similkameen District   $286,023.01
SKEENA DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Prince Rupert Highway  (Hubert-Smithers)    $3,201.55
Prince Rupert Highway (Smithers-Hazelton)    5,152.30
Prince Rupert Highway (Kitwanga-Usk)   43,517.71
Prince Rupert Highway  (Usk-Terrace)    11,412.04
Lakelse-Kitimat    23,913.75
Cronin   2,454.96
B.C. Land & Coal   3,279.47
Driftwood Creek   1,065.15
Surveys   2,872.57
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $96,869.50
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
Haguelgate Suspension        $1,697.29
Dorreen Overhead   1,084.60
$2,781.89
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
Dorreen Overhead   $265.99
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :  Bridges.
Haguelgate Suspension   $146,996.83
Spring Creek          3,755.14
Gold Creek          5,655.01
Shandilla Creek   912.38
Chicken Creek          1,592.52
Meanskinisht          4,211.48
$163,123.36
Total, Capital Account—Bridges      166,171.24
Carried forward : :.-.  $263,040.74 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. G 139
SKEENA DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward  $263,040.74
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Reg. No. Trails, and Streets.
2. Adams   $23.80
7. Remo  588.00
8. Bohler   247.26
9. Braun's Island  85.72
11. Babine     27.00
13. Cronin     280.32
14. Williams   50.00
16. Kitwanga-Woodcock     24.00
17. Cedarvale-Woodcock     28.67
18. Gordon  28.25
19. Snake    ,  219.13
20. Donald     9.75
Kallum Street  147.25
21. Dome Mountain  5.00
23. Driftwood Creek  347.95
25. Owen's  195.00
28. Goodwin    107.48
30. Glen Meadow   161.25
32. Moricetown-Hazelton     3,069.64
33. Hazelton-Cedarvale    837.62
34. Heal  40.00
35. Hudson Bay Mountain  138.50
36. Hunter Basin  130.30
37. Hynes Settlement  406.33
39. Sherwood    5.00
40. Kitwanga Valley   225.25
41. Kitwanga-Andimaul     54.00
42; Kitimat   250.25
43. Kitsumgallum  (main)    6,936.29
44. Frank   ;  175.75
45. Keith   34.50
47. Kallum Landing  161.93
48. Swan   40.00
49. Kispiox Valley  3,215.55
50. Kitsequekla Valley  147.75
51. Lawson  5.00
52. Lakelse Lake   2,058.57
54. Halliwell     192.75
57. Merkley     217.80
62. Hazelton High Level   439.39
64. 9-Mile Mountain  582.05
70. Rosenthal   45.00
77. Hubert-Smithers     5,213.63
83. Chapman     4.86
84. Telkwa  Coal  90.00
85. Lakelse Avenue   49.50
86. Usk-Vanarsdol     392.34
87. Eby  ....: ;  154.24
90. Tatlow  481.10
91. Smithers-Moricetown .'  3,339.06
92. Skeena River  (north)    579.75
93. Skeena River (south)    310.94
95. Zimacord     78.00
98. Kispiox (west side)   623.60
99. Lanfere   119.25
100. Usk-Terrace     2,909.05
102. Dean  56.50
103. Glacier    \ :  457.87
104. Lake Kathlyn   60.00
105. Cedar River  20.00
107. Telkwa High   1,774.85
110. Hislop  5.00
112. Hazelton Station ....'.  88.00
114. Dairy     149.94
Carried forward     $38,943.11 $263,040.74 	
G 140
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1930-31.
SKEENA DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward     $38,943.11 $263,040.74
Reg. No.
115. McConnell     21.00
116. Cemetery     28.34
117. West's   13.00
118. Billeter   381.12
119. Andrews   45.50
120. Dieter    5.00
123. Hodkin    329.00
126. Campbell     98.00
Fisher   30.00
128. Murray   17.46
Palmesen     94.00
Lakelse-Kitimat   5.00
205. Copper River Trail  45.25
220. Groundhog Mountain Trail   1,523.13
229. Kallum Lake Trail  180.00
236. Manson Creek Trail   98.50
237. Telkwa River Trail   60.75
293. Claxton-Carlisle Trail   200.00
300. Port Essington streets   289.55
303. Hazelton streets   29.25
Sand Lake Trail   9.20
42a. Lakelse Avenue, Terrace   198.64
67b. Kallum Street, Terrace   48.65
Plant maintenance   1,725.07
Plant and tools   18,766.28
Total, Vote 169—Roads, Trails, etc.       63,184.80
Vote 169—Bridges :   Maintenance.
Bridges generally   $138.47
7. Bulkley   13.00
8. Bohler   7.00
11. Canyon Creek   14.00
12. Corlette, No. 1   20.39
13. Corlette, No. 2  49.25
14. Cedar River   79.00
18. Copper River   146.25
20. Driftwood   44.00
Canyon Creek   413.25
27. Driftwood Creek   16.36
30. Dry Creek  86.36
32. Deep Creek    102.04
39. 4-Mile Creek   465.32
42. Glacier Creek   221.00
47. Goat Creek   359.00
48. Gramophone Creek   230.90
51. Hazelton   535.60
56. Johnson Creek   299.50
68. Lome Creek   14.00
76. Moricetown     37.50
85. Porphyry     14.00
90. Spring Creek   18.29
97. Skeena River Suspension   528.81
98. Smithers   102.20
106. Toboggan  Creek   4.30
108. Trout Creek   6.00
116. Usk-Vanarsdol, No. 1   20.50
117. Usk-Vanarsdol, No. 2   8.00
118. Usk-Vanarsdol, No. 3   15.00
119. Usk-Vanarsdol, No. 4   20.00
120. Usk-Vanarsdol, No. 5   8.00
124. Williams Creek   119.97
125. Wilson Creek   76.00
Carried forward  $4,233.76 $326,225.54 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. G 141
SKEENA DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 169—Bridges :   Maintenance—Continued.
Brought forward  $4,233.76 $326,225.54
Reg. No.
135. Terrace   271.25
142. 18-Mile   80.00
152. Hulbert   2.95
162. Doughty    18.76
168. Copper River Suspension   400.45
169. Chicken Creek   67.58
172. Lake Kathlyn   5.66
175. 4-Mile Creek  120.05
179. Stony Creek   339.65
186. Kallum River   244.10
191. Island Lot, No. 3993   382.42
113. Taylor Creek   17.02
Shandilla     36.00
Killpecker     8.48
Total, Vote 169—Bridges :   Maintenance          6,228.13
Vote 169—Ferries.
Remo     $1,381.80
Copper City   874.70
Usk    1,981.23
Pacific   840.74
Cedarvale   1,120.94
Kitwanga   1,736.52
Hazelton   1,950.88
Total, Vote 169—Ferries          9,886.81
Vote 169—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service).
Expenditure   $82.45
Total, Vote 169—Traffic Operation  (including Snow-removal Service)  82.45
Vote 140—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
Extension of Douglas Creek Trail to Egan Placer Claims.  $100.00
Sleigh-road to Grotto Group   198.00
Thornhill Mountain Trail   100.00
M. and M. Group   25.00
Douglas Creek, Kitsumgallum Lake   250.00
Cordillera Group   41.30
Bermaline and Granite Group   150.00
A. Martinsen, Ritchie   100.00
Williams Creek Trail   150.00
Driftwood Creek   327.50
Grandview Group, Milk Creek   48.00
Glacier Gulch Group   125.00
Hunter Basin    200.00
Diadem Group   197.00
Hyland Basin and Victoria Group   100.00
Trade Dollar and other groups   363.00
Snowshoe Group Trail   100.00
Copper River Trail   972.77
Victory Group   112.00
Waverley Group   1,392.50
Chimdemash Creek   350.15
Shenandoah, North Fork of Chimdemash   200.00
Grotto Group   99.00
Diorite Claim, Pitman   100.00
St. Croix Creek   50.00
Golconda Mineral Claim   100.00
Hunter Basin Trail   100.00
Silver Lakes  718.79
Carried forward       $6,770.01 $342,422.93 G 142 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1930-31.
SKEENA DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 140—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary—Continued.
Brought forward       $6,770.01 $342,422.93
Rocher Deboule   909.75
Rob Roy Group   100.00
E.D. Group   148.50
Copper River Trail  150.00
Telkwa River Trail  692.02
Kleanza Creek Trail  291.18
Total, Vote 140—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary         9,061.46
Total expenditure, Skeena District  -  $351,484.39
SOUTH OKANAGAN DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
Summerland-Peachland High   $728.12
McCulloch-Carmi    113.55
Kelowna-Vernon          1,079.32
$1,920.99
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Summerland-Peachland High   $49,503.33
McCulloch-Carmi  18,702.19
Naramata (main)   22,773.53
Joe Riche   1,191.77
Penticton-Summerland (Trout Creek Point Diversion)  4,299.40
Kelowna-Vernon   695.05
$97,165.27
Total, Capital Account—Roads     $99,086.26
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6  (a) :   Protection
of Highways.
Mission Creek   $494.60
Total, Capital Account—Protection of Highways  494.60
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Reg. No. Trails, and Streets.
2. Bulman Subdivision   $263.00
3. Belgo Subdivision  (north)  648.00
4. Belgo Subdivision  (south)  206.25
5. Bear Creek   25.50
6. Bathville   40.00
7. Benvoulin   425.50
8. Experimental Farm   49.50
9. Glenmore Subdivision  243.75
11. Glenrosa (main)   155.60
12. Glenrosa Subdivision   103.00
13. Hydraulic Creek   884.25
14. Hawkes-Miller-Dean   19.50
15. Joe Riche District  1,323.02
16. Kelowna-Vernon  (north)  1,296.95
17. Kelowna-Vernon  (south)    4,405.65
18. K.L.O.   (main)     730.00
19. K.L.O. Subdivision   622.50
20. Lewis-Bailey   64.00
21. Lake Shore  (Okanagan Mission)  1,499.16
22. McKinley Wharf   20.00
24. Meadow Valley and branches  229.25
Carried forward     $13,254.38    $99,580.86 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
G 143
SOUTH OKANAGAN DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $13,254.38    $99,580.86
Reg. No.
25. North Naramata   895.55
26. Naramata Village   462.50
27. Naramata Subdivision   982.55
29. Okanagan Centre  Subdivision  492.50
30. Peachland Municipality   (Primary 16a)  1,470.23
40r. Peachland-Kelowna (arterial)   499.51
31. Peachland-Princeton     74.00
32. Penticton-Summerland     2,038.78
33. Penticton-Naramata   1,205.75
34. Rutland Subdivision   877.75
35. Richter Street   27.25
36. Scotty Creek   10.00
37. S.K.L. Subdivision   542.85
38. South Okanagan and branches  356.50
39. Spiers    385.75
40. Summerland-Peachland   955.80
41. Summerland Municipality (Primary 15a)  1,939.85
41r. Penticton-Kelowna   (arterial)     402.28
42. Shingle Creek and branches  56.00
43. Trepanier and branches  206.75
44. Trout Creek-Bald Range   39.50
46. Westside   1,001.76
47. Westbank Subdivision   870.80
48. Westbank Ferry  1,277.35
49. Woods Lake Bottom roads   258.75
50. Casorso   99.00
51. McKenzie    99.00
53. Rutland Packing-house  28.50
55. Chute Lake   114.25
Plant and tools  8,919.03
Roads, general   2,645.20
General Foreman    2,255.55
Auto     523.36
Foreman's ear   525.10
Total, Vote 169—Roads, Trails, etc       45,793.68
Vote 169—Bridges :   Maintenance.
64. Mill Creek, No. 7  $414.50
9. Cedar Creek   74.10
Derickson, Indian Reserve  152.68
12. Duck Creek, No. 1  184.18
26. Mill Creek, No. 2  179.32
33. Mission Creek, No. 1   199.35
35. Mission Creek, No. 3  211.52
36. Mission Creek, No. 4  179.80
44. Sawmill Creek, No. 2  154.85
52. Slough, No. 6  57.50
Total, Vote 169—Bridges:   Maintenance        1,807.80
Vote 140—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
Trail to Chromium Mineral Claim  $394.00
Total, Vote 140—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary   394.00
Vote 169—Ferries.
Kelowna-Westbank     $6,659.72
Total, Vote 169—Ferries (credit)         6,659.72
Carried foncard  $140,916.62 G 144 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1930-31.
SOUTH OKANAGAN DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward  $140,916.62
Vote 169—Traffic  Operation   (including  Snow-removal  Service).
Expenditure   $118.80
Total, Vote 169—Traffic Operation  (including Snow-removal Service)  118.80
Total expenditure, South Okanagan District  $141,035.42
YALE DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
Merritt-Spences Bridge        $2,000.00
Capital Account-—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6   (a) :   Roads.
Harrison Hot Springs (highway diversion), Cottonwood Island Fill     $16,067.31
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
Reg. No.
6. Hope-Rosedale     $5,285.72
22. Lytton-Lillooet    4,991.85
30. Spences Bridge-Ashcroft   46,373.16
44. Merritt-Spences Bridge  47,129.48
63. Merritt-Kamloops   3,364.85
70. Merritt-Princeton   16,401.93
82. Hope-Princeton   29,505.17
Harrison-Agassiz     16,706.72
Garage, Merritt  '.  2,246.73
Lytton sidewalks  (bituminous surfacing)  48.87
. Lytton Town  (bituminous surfacing)  2,930.96
Hope (bituminous surfacing)   3,915.00
Ashcroft   (bituminous surfacing)  3,477.43
$182,377.87
Total,  Capital Account—Roads  $200,445.18
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928,"  Sec. 6   (a):   Bridges.
Spences Bridge       $5,040.30
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6   (a) :   Bridges.
Spences Bridge      $38,135.89
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930,"  Sec. 6   (a) :   Bridges.
Oregon Jack Creek, No. 1  $4,984.82
Oregon Jack Creek, No. 2  4,634.35
13. Flood's     2,497.88
Bluff 89    1,122.99
87. Bluff 91  4,175.92
95. Ashcroft    1,593.97
Collettville    1,784.89
$20,794.82
Total, Capital Account—Bridges       63,971.01
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :   Peotection
of Highways.
Harrison Hot Springs Road       $5,217.60
Total, Capital Account—Protection of Highways         5,217.60
Carried forward  $269,633.79 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. G 145
YALE DISTRICT— Continued.
Brought forward  $269,633.79
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6  (a):   Tbails
to Mineral Areas.
Hope-Jessica '  $5,115.90
Trail to Silent Friend Group  662.50
Total, Capital Account—Trails to Mineral Areas         5,778.40
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Reg. No. Trails, and Streets.
26r. Trans-Provincial Highway (arterial)    $2,839.50
46r. Trans-Provincial Highway   4.00
60a. Harrison Hot Springs  193.69
45a. Harrison Hot Springs-Agassiz   605.24
40a. Deroche-Agassiz   815.95
28b. Harrison Hot Springs  242.96
2. Harrison Hot Springs  2,652.14
3. Morris Valley   425.75
6. Hope-Rosedale     1,572.50
7. Gray     60.00
8. Planet Mines   60.00
15. Yale   154.00
16. Othello  213.00
18. Kawkawa   160.00
20. Chaumox     394.70
21. Keefers  103.50
22. Lytton-Lillooet    1,435.18
23. Lytton Town   539.34
25. Botanie Creek   457.25
26. Winch   100.79
30. Spences Bridge-Ashcroft   3,325.95
32. Venables  Valley  367.46
36. Cariboo   3,119.19
38. Ashcroft Town   78.53
40. Highland Valley   90.00
41. Barnes Lake    52.50
44. Merritt-Spences Bridge   2,449.51
51. Petit Creek  307.81
55. Mamit Lake   1,477.58
60. Collettville    515.24
61. Merritt City   69.09
63. Merritt-Kamloops   4,644.57
64. Mill Creek  341.41
68. Douglas Lake   190.58
69. Lauder-Hawkins   124.00
70. Merritt-Princeton   2,753.68
71. Coldwater   709.46
76. Aspen Grove-Princeton   62.00
80. 5-Mile   -.  306.45
81. Summers Creek   125.11
82. Hope-Princeton   219.00
83. Harrison-Agassiz     494.75
84. Brookmere     354.75
87. Basque Siding   321.50
89. Gacelin    298.81
93. Mercer  210.75
94. McGregor   169.38
96. Penask  945.44
103. Herling Island   94.68
101. Douglas Lake   878.75
Pierre Creek  116.55
Cemetery (Yale)   100.00
Bulger   139.10
Cariboo Highway (toll section)  17,939.25
Sundry roads (units under $50)  178.07
Camp equipment   487.02
Carried forward     $57,087.41 $275,412.19 G 146
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1930-31.
YALE DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 169—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $57,087.41 $275,412.19
Plant and tools   13,470.75
Gasoline and oil  759.04
Material    335.35
Total, Vote 169—Roads, Trails, etc       71,652.55
Vote 169—Bridges :   Maintenance.
Ashcroft    $1,474.68
Harrison River   2,851.97
Myren's Siding  1,181.65
Hope    93.71
Bluff 89  2.092.65
Cascade   183.90
Saddle Rock   327.57
Sunshine Valley  1,795.57
Iron Mountain   353.50
Siwash Meadows   129.50
Emery"  74.00
Stoyama    77.00
Barwick     204.87
Blackwell    348.40
McKay     102.00
Lytton   63.50
Petit Creek    508.19
Quichena Cattle Pass   482.20
Guiehon Cattle Pass  198.75
Fraser River   193.66
Red    112.50
Sundry bridges (units under $50)  6,531.45
Total, Vote 169—Bridges :   Maintenance       19,381.22
Vote 169—Ferries.
Lytton   $927.17
Siwash Creek Cable-ferry  10.60
Total, Vote 169—Ferries  937.77
Vote 140—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
15-Mile Creek-Pacific Group Trail  $398.76
Pierre Creek Trail  1,498.85
Hope-Princeton-Skagit Trail   113.00
Silent Friend Group Trail  728.00
Mary Reynolds Mine  1,434.36
Siwash Creek Trail  451.20
Mammoth Group Trail  200.00
Iron Mountain Extension  245.00
Total, Vote 140—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary          5,069.17
Total expenditure, Yale District  $372,452.90
MISCELLANEOUS.
"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads, Bridges, etc.
Fraser Avenue Bridge   $24,637.01
Limekiln Road   500.00
Bituminous  surfacing,  general  950.88
Equipment Fund   800,000.00
Total, "B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a)       $826,087.89
Carried forioard       $826,087.89 MISCELLANEOUS—Continued.
Brought forward       $826,087.89
Vote 169.
Bridges generally   $1,689.99
Ferries generally    4.25
Traffic operation, administration  25,447.18
Launch   4,199.92
Surveys generally   2,969.86
Highway and bridge signs  5,313.13
Snow-removal machinery  37,366.67
Total, Vote 169   76,991.00
CAPITAL EXPENDITURES  (BUILDINGS).
"B.C. Loan Act, 1922," Sec. 6  (a) —
Essondale—Veterans' Unit   $2.01
Total, "B.C. Loan Act, 1922," Sec. 6  (a)  $2.01
"B.C. Loan Act, 1923," Sec. 6 (c) —
Essondale—Veterans' Unit   $2.39
Total, "B.C. Loan Act, 1923," Sec. 6 (c)  2.39
"B.C. Loan Act, 1927," Sec. 6 (J) —
Essondale—Veterans' Unit   $0.02
Total, "B.C. Loan Act, 1927," Sec. 6 (6)  .02
" B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (&) —
Essondale—Veterans' Unit        $2,323.45
Total, "B.C. Loan Act, 1928," See. 6 (6)  2,323.45
"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (&) —
Essondale—
New Infirmary   $102,895.71
Female Chronic  377,973.56
Apartment Block   114.42
Nurses' Home   104.83
Farm Cottage   37.33
Colony Farm fire-supply   4,642.72
  $485,768.57
Tranquille—
Male help   (staff quarters)       $5,143.10
Farm Cottage  (additional room)  460.06
■        5,603.16
New Westminster—New boiler and equipment       15,854.05
Saanich—
Staff residence and furnishings        $8,953.05
Copper roofing         1,878.45
  10,831.50
Atlin  Court-house    783.45
Duncan Court-house   295.20
Kamloops Police Inspector's Office   425.00
Penticton Court-house site  876.75
Pouce Coupe District Engineer's residence  2,882.83
Princeton Court-house and Constable's residence  6,023.25
Salmon Arm Court-house   13,621.24
Smithers Court-house   875.43
Invermere Lockup   1,944.86
Government House—Chauffeur's residence  781.52
Total, "B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6  (b)         546,566.81
Carried forward       $548,894.68 .
G 148 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1930-31.
CAPITAL EXPENDITURES   (BUILDINGS)— Continued.
Brought forward       $548,894.68
"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6  (I) —
Essondale Mental Hospital—
Assistant Medical Superintendent, doctor's residence,
etc  $40,946.00
Completion of Veterans' Unit  310,641.96
Store Building, Institute for Blind  1,959.00
Female Chronic   143,534.11
Sidewalks, curbs, etc  28,979.30
Nurses' Home and Apartment Block  759.25
Pole-line     2,550.00
Ford truck  1,331.55
Laundry machinery   6,860.57
West  lawn    318.60
Colony Farm—
Farmyard and roads   4,196.25
Fire-line supply   13,291.16
Purchase of property, Wilson's Ranch   5,500.00
Residence, farm help   5,066.16
  $565,933.91
Tranquille Sanatorium—•
Irrigation for surveys  $917.50
Isolation Barn          	
Implement-shed, etc  14,642.62
Flat-work ironer    7,890.00
Ammonia refrigerator machine  3,562.00
New power-house   2,246.30
Tarviating roads   3,272.50
       32,530.92
Saanich Mental Hospital—
Staff residence  furnishings       $3,441.35
Greenhouse            2,380.23
         5,821.58
Oakalla Prison Farm—
Purchase of blocks        $3,000.00
Brick hand-machine   300.00
Laundry        57,587.19
Fencing            8,381.90
 69,269.09
Boys' Industrial School—
Brooder-house        $1,103.67
Male staff boarding-house   715.00
Chicken-house   747.50
Pole-line          3,085.07
         5,651.24
New Westminster Mental Hospital—
Power-house     $111,321.61
Remodelling old building        23,220.57
     134,542.18
Lockups—
Ashcroft        $4,583.81
Hazelton            9,165.33
Vanderhoof           8,074.59
 21,823.73
Cranbrook—District Engineer's residence          5,630.00
Nanaimo—Police addition   681.20
Prince George—Agricultural Building  93.33
Princeton—
Mine-rescue Station        $3,989.49
Court-house furnishings          2,020.32
        6,009.81
Quesnel—District Engineer's residence :         3,500.00
Revelstoke—District Engineer's residence         3,575.32
Salmon Arm—
Purchase of Lot 58   $618.20
Furnishings, Court-house          4,286.57
 4,904.77
Carried forward  $859,967.08      $548,894.68 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. G 149
CAPITAL EXPENDITURES   (BUILDINGS)— Continued.
Brought forward  $859,967.08      $548,894.68
" B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (i)—Continued.
Williams Lake—
New residence, Public Works Department       $4,978.38
House and office, Agriculture Department          4,407.13
 ■       9,385.51
Vancouver—■
Vancouver Normal School, garage        $1,263.00
Preliminary expenses, Psycopathic Hospital  450.00
 1,713.00
Victoria—-
Fencing of grounds, Normal School       $4,500.00
Greenhouses, Government House          2,700.00
         7,200.00
School for Deaf and Blind—Greenhouse          1,524.00
Pouce Coupe—
District Engineer's residence   $417.70
Government offices          2,984.85
        3,402.55
Total, "B.C. Loan Aot, 1930," Sec. 6  (5)        883,192.14
Total, Capital Expenditures     $1,432,086.82
"FEDERAL UNEMPLOYMENT RELIEF ACT,  1930."
Special Warrants Nos. 6 and 7.
"A" :   Classified Highways—
Comox     $3,000.01
North Vancouver   5,942.76
Total, "A" :   Classified Highways   $8,942.77
" B " :   Unorganized Territory—-
Alberni     $14,245.73
Atlin   8,105.57
Cariboo     7,489.32
Chilliwack   492.50
Columbia   7,498.05
Comox     12,618.73
Cowichan-Newcastle    12,101.72
Cranbrook    14,998.18
Creston     13,889.48
Dewdney     2,714.75
Esquimalt    14,536.11
Fernie     12,994.40
Fort George   25,770.95
Grand Forks-Greenwood  10,470.56
Islands  9,777.13
Kamloops  14,148.53
Kaslo-Slocan   10,798.75
Lillooet     17,893.33
Mackenzie   14,539.38
Nanaimo     4,754.48
Okanagan, North  9,957.71
Okanagan, South   8,246.19,
New Westminster   292.00
Omineca     4,734.88
Prince Rupert  5,246.18
Revelstoke   4,550.31
Richmond-Point Grey   10,548.28
Rossland-Trail    8,354.81
Saanich   :  834.40
Salmon Arm  12,245.53
Similkameen   24,397.92
Carried forward  $319,245.86 $8,942.77
11 G 150 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1930-31.
" FEDERAL UNEMPLOYMENT RELIEF ACT, 1930 "—Continued.
Special Warrants Nos. 6 and 7—Continued.
Brought forward  $319,245.86          $8,942.77
" B " :   Unorganized Territory—Continued.
Skeena   6,124.26
Yale    11,629.28
Total, " B " :   Unorganized Territory          336,999.40
" C " :  Trans-Canada Highway—
Burnaby     $20,723.95
Dewdney    55.00
Salmon Arm   999.63
North Vancouver   2,990.34
Total, " C " :   Trans-Canada Highway   24,768.92
" D " :   Municipal Works—
Alberni   $3,382.55
Burnaby     37,779.00
Cariboo, North  ,.  393.52
Cariboo, South   372.57
Chilliwack   5,907.97
Comox    1,204.95
Cowichan-Newcastle     2,990.33
Cranbrook   2,205.59
Delta     10,249.95
Dewdney    11,948.37
Fernie     4,061.09
Fort George  3,814.05
Grand Forks-Greenwood   760.59
Kamloops     5,638.49
Kaslo-Slocan   2,039.79
Lillooet     251.63
Nanaimo     8,567.62
North Okanagan   2,664.64
South Okanagan   2,185.06
Nelson    2,042.77
New Westminster    16,065.86
Omineca   753.48
Prince Rupert  6,544.76
Revelstoke   3,632.61
Richmond-Point Grey   7.592.00
Saanich    7,497.96
Salmon Arm   2,081.92
Similkameen    941.56
Skeena   556.51
Vancouver, North   16,893.97
Vancouver City   173,423.81
Victoria City   18,656.71
Yale    3,291.96
Total, "D":   Municipal Works         366,393.64
Special Warrant No. 11.
Administration   3,963.13
Total, Special Warrants Nos. 6, 7, 11, " Federal Unemployment Relief
Act, 1930 "        $741,067.86
Total expenditure (excepting Votes 165-168 and 171-173) $12,554,580.93
VICTORIA, B.C.:
Printed by Charles F. Banfielh, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1932.
475-132-7680

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