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 FOURTH ANNUAL REPORT
DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIES
OF   THE
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
FOR  THE
YEAH ENDING DECEMBER 31ST
1922
PRINTED   BY
AUTHORITY OP THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.
VICTORIA,  B.C.:
Printed by William H. Cullin, Printer to tbe King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1923.
  To His Honour Walter Cameron Nichol,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour:
The Fourth Annual Eeport of the Department of Industries of this Province
is herewith respectfully submitted.
JOHN HAKT,
Minister of Industries.
Parliament Buildings,
February 5th, 1923.
 Department op Industries, .
Victoria, B.C., February 5th, 1923.
The Honourable John Hart,
Minister of Industries, Victoria, B.C.
Dear Sir,—In pursuance of section 9 of the " Department of Industries Act,"
I enclose herewith Annual Eeport.
Yours truly,
D. B. MARTYN,
Industrial Commissioner.
 Report of the Department of Industries.
To the Lieutenant-Governor in Council,
Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—In accordance with the " Department of Industries Act," the following report is made.
It contains:—
(1.)  Introductory Review of Industrial Conditions.
(2.) Manufacturers' Campaign to further the Purchase of Articles manufactured in
British Columbia.
(3.) Research-work on Quesnel and Williams Lake Clays, with a Summary of Clay-
deposits and Brick Plants of British Columbia.
(4.)  Industrial Progress in Agricultural Lines.
(5.)  Report on Westminster Paper-mill.
(6.)  Distillation of Sawdust, Lignite, and Shale.
(7.) Receipts and Disbursements from Development Fund.
(S.)  Directory of British Columbia Products.
(1.)  INTRODUCTORY REVIEW OF INDUSTRIAL CONDITIONS.
Industrially the year 1922 in British Columbia was a year of fair fulfilment. Earlier hopes
were not entirely realized, but general conditions were more satisfactory than in 1921. Progress
upward was made in a succession of spurts of activity and periods of dullness, and over the
twelve-month period definite improvement in many lines was noted. The increased activity in
industry lessened unemployment and building increased. The output in mining, fishing, and
lumbering, pulp and paper showed an increase over the previous year.
Generally agriculture produced a large crop of high-grade products, the total value almost
equalling the previous year. Several elements connected with the agricultural industry tended
to limit the good effect that the numerous favourable factors might otherwise have had.
Marketing conditions were so bad and unorganized that a very low price was obtained for
agricultural products. On the other hand, labour and material costs did not show the deflation
which had taken place in other units of the industrial system. The purchasing power of the
farmer was not apparent and many fruitmen suffered a loss on the year's operations. The
latter months of the year witnessed a realization of the necessity to organize against a recurrence of these conditions, and the agricultural interests, assisted by advice and lectures by
experts of the Department of Agriculture, are organizing co-operative marketing associations
on various commodity lines. If the expectations of these efforts are fulfilled the future will hold
better returns to agriculture, with its corresponding impetus to all other branches of Industry.
Definite progress was made in the lumber industry, pulp and paper, and builders' supplies.
More settled conditions were exhibited throughout the year. The lean period in these industries
was too close to admit of sufficient optimism for replacements, extensions, and development;
consequently purchasing was limited. Most of them, however, showed a gain on the year's
operations, and the activity in the woods and in contemplated building point to the coming year
producing that measure of demand that the machinery, lumber, and building supply shops and
industries require to produce a business reaction for them and place them once more busy in
reconditioning, enlarging, and developing a prosperous lumber market in new machinery and
equipment.
Mining and the fishing industry showed recovery, but not sufficient to greatly add to the
work or prosperity of the machinery establishments. A continuance of interest and progress in
the coming year, coupled with lumbering, pulp and paper, and building supply, should gradually
produce the reawakening to full activity of the various shops and foundries of the Province.
The year generally has been satisfactory. There is a renewed interest shown in the
immense raw wealth of the Province. There is a renewed confidence financially through the
improvement in the Canadian dollar.in terms of American funds. There is less unemployment,
and in lieu of objection to immigration a tendency to create fresh wealth by bringing in a large
population by selective immigration to develop the resources that the past year have shown to
be in demand once more in world markets. The year has been one of progress and fair fulfilment,
with a more encouraging outlook for the future.
 X 6
British Columbia.
1923
(2.)  MANUFACTURERS' CAMPAIGN TO FURTHER THE PURCHASE OF ARTICLES
. MANUFACTURED IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
The general industrial depression in 1920 and 1921 proved to be a very heavy strain or
British Columbia industry. It showed to all manufacturers the absolute necessity of usinf
every effort to promote a greater market in the Province for the goods manufactured here.
This resulted in the inauguration of a " Buy British Columbia Products Campaign." This
campaign, conducted chiefly through subscriptions raised by the manufacturers themselves,
through their British Columbia Bureau, quickly demonstrated that the public were quite ready
to meet efforts along these lines. Considerable surprise was expressed from time to time that
certain articles could be obtained in British Columbia, and it very soon became apparent to all
manufacturers that an extensive effort was required, to educate the people of the Province to
know what really was produced in British Columbia and where it could be obtained.
The Department of Industries was co-operating whole-heartedly with this movement, and a
delegation of the Manufacturers' Association interviewed the Department, with a view to asking
further help from them by way of compiling a Directory showing the nature and extent of the
industries of British Columbia. This was proceeded with, and a start made in getting out the
first issue of the " Department of Industries Directory of the Products of British Columbia."
The task was a very difficult one, as nothing of this nature had been attempted heretofore. It
was a very simple matter to obtain the various manufacturers, but it proved more difficult to
get information showing the articles produced and the various trade-names under which they
were sold.
It was decided that best results could be obtained by listing the manufacturers under the
headings of the various articles produced, rather than by an alphabetical list of the names of
people in the various industries, and in as many instances as possible the Department supplies
information in respect to the brand or trade-name under which the various goods were marketed.
In compiling our information the Department made use of records and reports of the Workmen's Compensation Board, the Manufacturers' Association, and Labour Department, and received
the whole-hearted assistance of the various officials directing the activities of these departments.
We also directed inquiries to all manufacturers in the Province.
The work, being a pioneering effort, could not attain absolute accuracy. We enlisted the
co-operation of the Boards of Trade and public bodies in bringing it up to date, and toward
the end of the year the Department brought out a second issue which was a decided improvement
on the first. This Directory, appended to this report as section (8), is also printed in pamphlet
form. It shows 482 different articles produced in the Province and 2,718 establishments operating
in British Columbia. During the year the Department issued and sent out 15,000 of these
Directories to various merchants, wholesalers, and buyers of British Columbia products, to all
Trade Commissioners, British Consular Agencies, Boards of Trade, School Boards, Municipal
Bodies and Officials, Women's Associations, and many other people whose position enabled them
to influence the opinion and spirit of their community, in furthering the effort to have preference
given to British Columbia products.
The progress of British Columbia is measured in terms of the progress and development of
its industries, and it is hoped by the Department that these Directories will receive the careful
study and checking-over of those interested in British Columbia enterprise; that individuals
and associations will constitute themselves an active force in furthering this industrial campaign.
Persistent checking is required to obtain the standard of accuracy thaj; will increase the effectiveness and value of this Directory, and the Department will welcome any criticism, correction,
and addition to ensure that necessary standard. Local conditions, progress, and change can
only be noted by the support of those in the Province who wish to see industry flourish.
The efforts of the Department to further the " Made in British Columbia Campaign," in
publishing this Directory, were appreciated by the manufacturers and other people interested.
Considerable surprise was expressed by even those having an intimate knowledge of industry
at the variety of articles shown and the number of firms doing a manufacturing business in
British Columbia. The Directory has also proved to be of considerable interest and benefit in
showing opportunities for new lines of manufacture and industry, in that the public are aware
of omissions from the list of certain articles that should be manufactured in the Province, and
accordingly set about to bring them within the realm of " Made in British Columbia Articles."
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Department op Industries.
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The British Columbia manufacturers, catering to a small and too limited market, are forced
to put sufficient merit in their product to enable them to sell on the quality and finish of the
article against Eastern competition in the competitive markets of the Prairies. The fine quality
of the British Columbia product is quite often unappreciated by local people, who consider merit
comes from afar. The campaign showed that, in addition to education along the lines of variety
of product, something was required to make a practical demonstration in respect to quality.
The Manufacturers' Association has shown considerable enterprise in putting in a permanent
exhibit at 933 Granville Street, Vancouver. This exhibit is housed in a large building of five
floors and is well worth a visit by every loyal British Columbian when in Vancouver. Up to
date this commendable enterprise is entirely supported by the manufacturers themselves, who
pay flooring-space rental for the area at their disposal. Attendants are in charge of each floor
and visitors made very welcome. In a short inspection the visitors can for themselves obtain
an eye picture of the quality and articles turned out in British Columbia. It furnishes free to
the public quite as interesting an exhibit and display as can be found at the various fairs held
annually in large centres. It also furnishes a very convenient means of showing overseas
travellers and people making a cross-country journey through Canada from the Orient what they
can buy in Western Canada. In this respect it has already resulted in business for British
Columbia plants from casual visits paid to this building by importers journeying from the
Orient to Eastern Canada and the States. By inspecting this exhibit they found they could
purchase their requirements in British Columbia ; their lack of knowledge in respect to local
products being quickly satisfied by a brief trip to this display. The Department of Industries
took a very keen interest in the establishment and arrangement of this exhibit. It was opened
early in 1922. The limited funds placed at the disposal of the Department of Industries made
it impossible to date to assist financially in this very worthy enterprise. The exhibit is in no
sense confined to the products of Vancouver and vicinity. It is Provincial in its nature, and as
such should receive the support of all people and industry in British Columbia. It is well
worthy to be made a point of interest requiring a visit by all citizens of the Province when time
and circumstances may find them in the City of Vancouver. To the individual furthering the
cause of local industry it furnishes a splendid eye picture to show to friends and visitors to
give a better appreciation of what is being done in the Province.
(3.)   RESEARCH-WORK ON QUESNEL AND  WILLIAMS LAKE  CLAYS, WITH A  SUMMARY OF CLAY-DEPOSITS AND BRICK PLANTS OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Through the personal interest of the Minister of Industries in the extensive white-clay
deposits in the Cariboo, at Williams Lake, and Quesnel, on the line of the Pacific Great Eastern
Railway, samples were obtained, tested, and analysed. The analysis of the Williams Lake clay
■showed:— per cent.
Silica        72.5
Iron oxide          1.2
Alumina      20.1
Lime          1.0
Magnesia   Trace
Manganese          0.2
Loss on ignition  .,       4.4
This analysis compared most closely to that of the clays of Bendorff on Rhine, Germany,
used in making stoneware, and it closely approximates the Berlin porcelain-clay used in making
fine white porcelain.
At a temperature of 1,500° C. sample burned, was not fused, and turned out pure white and
vitreous.    *
A washed sample of Williams Lake clay analysed:— per cent.
Silica      64.50
Ferric oxide     0.36
Alumina      25.62
Lime      0.28
Magnesia      0.20
Alkalies    ■     0.50
Loss on ignition       8.54
 X 8 British Columbia. 1923
The clays of Quesnel on analysis showed:— Per Cent.
Silica     59.16
Alumina     25.93
Ferric oxide       1.S8
Lime         0.40
Magnesia         1.86
Combined alk         2.82
Loss on ignition      7.95
The Department secured further samples of these clays and succeeded in interesting the
pottery-works at Portland in trying out the suitability of the clays. To thoroughly try out any
one clay a large range of experiments and different mixes are required. The samples sent did
not admit of a thorough test. Very satisfactory results were obtained and excellent samples
of ware manufactured from the clays sent by the Department. The ceramic expert undertaking
(the 'test reported the Quesnel clay was a very fine-grain clay, but did not develop enough
toughness in the short time at his disposal for its treatment, and so to the sample sent he added
20 per cent. English ball-clay and 20 per cent, feldspar.
He reported it to be unsuitable for general white ware. It was not what could be classed as
a stoneware-clay, as it would prove too refractory if used alone; too open at cones 6 to 9. It
might prove to be a fair firebrick-clay, although he was not qualified to test it in this respect.
For a white face of press brick or wall-tile its fine texture and colouring should appeal to an
architect.
Very excellent-appearing samples of ware were manufactured from Williams Lake clays.
These clays were mixed with 25 per cent. English ball-clay and 10 per cent, feldspar.
The following opinion was expressed: " Considering that no cobalt was used to bleach, the
resulting product is very clean. Much better than any Western clay I have yet worked with.
It is quite suitable for the manufacture of white tableware, which could be produced very
inexpensively. It can be fired at a higher temperature than that at which the samples were
fired. Careful preliminary work would be necessary to demonstrate and make plain the possibility of manufacturing ware from this clay. This work should be done in the locality in which
it is sought, to establish and awake interest in this project."
The samples sent the Department were two very delicate cast pitchers, in their natural state
having a pleasing and attractive creamy-white colouring. The clays at Williams Lake are very
extended and can be found over an 11-mile area.
The work of the Department on the above clays, while up to the present only a commencement and not very extensive, has directed attention to the clay resources of the Province, and
created a certain amount of interest in the possibilities of establishing a pottery in British
Columbia. In the opinion of a large Provincial importer of china, porcelain, stoneware, and
art pottery, an opportunity exists at the present time in British Columbia to commence the manufacture of art pottery, employing in the decoration well-known Indian designs and ornamentations. The clays required in this line can be located in many places in the Province, colouring
not being essential, as the glazes and decoration provide the required finish and colouring.
A small industry manufacturing vases, bowls, trays, pots, souvenirs, etc., in his opinion would
find a very ready market at present if a distinctive line of decorative Indian effect were turned out.
At the present large quantities of similar ware are now imported from the Orient. Such an
industry, having a profitable and ready market to hand, at present would ultimately develop the
higher-grade clays like the Williams Lake and others at present unreported. The commencement
of the pottery industry in this way would meet with success from its inception, and from the
small beginning of art pottery a larger industry manufacturing white tableware could be
developed.
To further enterprise in this direction and create interest in the clay resources of British
Columbia, the Department has from various records prepared the following summary of ceramic
plants in British Columbia now operating, their location, and the products manufactured.
From Dominion and Provincial departmental records we have compiled a summary of the
various clay-deposits reported on in the Province, with notations as to the suitability of the
clay or shale. Our object in giving publicity to these clay and shale deposits is to awaken
interest in this industry to have other as yet unreported deposits investigated, so that the
necessary knowledge of the many and possibly valuable clay and shale beds may be brought
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Department op Industries.
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to notice and their merit tested to the future benefit of the Province.    The Department will
welcome receipt of clay and shale samples and arrange for analysis, test, and reports.
The pottery industry dates back to the earliest periods of history, and nations, towns, and
districts are known throughout the world in many instances largely through their association
with various phases of the earthenware and chinaware industry. Distinctive lines of articles
are produced in accordance with the clays of the locality and skill of the people. To date Canada
possesses no industry of importance in this line. Stoneware mixing-bowls and heavy ware is
manufactured to a small extent in Medicine Hat, Alberta. The clays of British Columbia are
of such an extent and variety that, coupled with the availability of silica and feldspar, a
pottery industry should be possible. Last year, 1921, Canada imported ceramic products as
follows:—
Bricks, clays, and tiles to the value of   $1,724,707 00
Earthen and chinaware to the value of     5,646,719 00
Duty paid on above imports      1,480,226 71
Cost to Canada of import of clay products  $8,851,652 71
Of the above total Great Britain supplied   $5,262,844 28
Other countries, chiefly United States and Japan      3,588,808 43
The above figures indicate a considerable demand for clay products now supplied by other
countries.    We have in the Province considerable development in  brick, tile,  and sewer-pipe
manufacture, as the following indicates:—
Ceramic Plants at Present in Operation in British Columbia.
Location of Plant.
Operator.
Products made.
Clayburn 	
Kilgard	
Kilgard	
Granville Island, Vancouver
Port Haney	
Victoria   	
Victoria   	
Victoria   	
Enderby   	
Okanagan Landing	
Kamioops :...
Sidney Island  	
Sidney   	
Gabriola Island	
Terrace    	
Armstrong	
Clayburn Co., Ltd	
Kilgard Fireclay Co.v Ltd	
Clayburn Co., Ltd	
Ceramic Industries, Ltd	
Port Haney Brick Co., Ltd	
Victoria Brick Co., Ltd	
Baker Brick & Tile Co	
Humber Brick Co	
Enderby Brick Co	
Lakeside Clay Products Co.
Johnson & Co., Ltd	
Sidney Island Brick & Tile Co. . .
Bazan Bay Brick & Tile Co., Ltd
Gabriola 'Shale Products, Ltd.  . . .
Terrace Brick Co	
Armstrong Brick Works   	
Firebrick, fireclay blocks, pressed brick,
mantel and rough-texture brick,
chimney-pots,   etc.
Fireclay,  firebrick.
Sewer-pipe, pressed brick, hollow building-blocks.
Brick, face-brick, pressed brick, firebrick.
Common brick, drain - tile, pressed
brick, hollow building-blocks, fire-
proofing.
Brick, tile.
Brick, tile.
Brick.
Brick.
Brick.
Brick.
Brick, tile.
Brick, tile.
Brick.
Brick.
Brick.
Clay-deposits of British Columbia.
Anvil Island, Howe Sound.—Plant located here ceased operations and was removed recently
to Granville Island, Vancouver. Clay makes a good common brick, and some is being used with
shale in the manufacture of dry pressed brick at the plant of the Ceramic Industries, Vancouver.
Australia Creek (19 Miles South of Quesnel).—Might be used for common brick if no other
clay available.
Blue Mountain (7 Miles North of Whonnock).—Red, blue, and grey shales and a variety of
clays. The blue can be classed as fireclay. These series of shales and clay should make the
basis of a face-brick industry, and could possibly be used for terra-cotta, fire-proofing, sewer-pipe,
quarry-tiles, firebrick, etc.
Bruce Lakes (near Ducks).—Refractory white clays Having excessive shrinkage in burning.
 Clayburn.—Largest brick and tile establishment in the Province; blue-grey surface clay
used for common brick. Two beds of shales are very suitable for manufacture of sewer-pipe,
pressed brick, tile, etc. Fireclays about 3 miles from the plant are mined and manufactured into
firebrick, which command a considerable portion of the Pacific Coast market. One seam suitable
for wall-tile body or pottery-ware; requires washing and only objection is small amount obtained.
Crowsnest.—Gould be used for dry pressed bricks.
Chimney Creek.—Whitest clay; might be worked for low-grade firebrick. Deposit uneven
in quality, some being semi-refractory.
Cranbrook.—Can be used for common brick and smoother portions for earthenware. Aiiother
small deposit would supply a small pottery.
Cayoosh Creek (near Lillooet).—Will make a fair common brick.
Creston.—Can be used for common brick.
Comox, Vancouver Island.—Shale-beds associated with the coal, mostly too gritty or containing too much carbonaceous matter.
Enderby.—Plant in operation at this locality; stratified calcerous clay of yellow colour,
more refractory than most surface clays. Can be burned hard enough for sewer and other
underground brickwork.
East Wellington.—'Shale somewhat hard and not very plastic when ground.
Fernie.—Surface clays make cream-coloured brick.    Shales are not adapted to brick-making.
Fort Steele.—Makes good common brick and could be used for drain-tile.
Field (near Mount Stephen).—Not suitable for brick, but could be used for making cheap
art pottery and souvenirs for tourists.
Graham Island.—Clays are suitable for brick-making; some refractory. Can be used for
boiler-brick, low-grade firebrick, and also face-brick.
Gordon Creek.—Suitable for common brick and possibly drain-tile.
Golden.—If used for brick would be porous. Could be made into cheap pottery-ware; will
take a white tin glaze.
Gabriola Island.—Brick plant in operation. Bluish or brownish black shale; burns to a
good hard red body.
James Island.—Once used by Vancouver Portland Cement Company.
Kilgard.—One of the most important shale-deposits in Canada. Fireclay is also found
beneath a bed of coal and makes excellent firebrick. Shales are suitable for face-brick, sewer-
pipe, and high-grade clay products.
Kyuquot.—Residual clay refractory and suitable for pottery-ware and tile.
Kamioops.—Brick plant in operation.    Weathered portion of a hard laminated silty clay.
Morrissey.—Not suitable for brick-manufacture.
Merritt, Nicola Valley.—Clay can be used for common brick; a grey shale interbedded with
coal and sandstone; vitrifies at cone 13. Could possibly be used for boiler-brick and special
shapes for coke-oven trimmings.
North Saanich (Bazan Bay).—Twenty feet of stratified cfay, yellow and sandy, suitable for
soft mud common brick.
Near Nanaimo, Vancouver Island (West of Mudge Island).—Not considered favourable for
brick-making.
New Westminster.—Good common brick-clat.
Okanagan Landing.—Soft, highly calcerous silt.
Porcher Island (near Prince Rupert).—Could be used for brick-making to supply Prince
Rupert.
Prince Rupert.—Makes serviceable brick; might possibly be used for drain-tile and pressed
brick if stones removed.
Pender Island.—Plant located here ceased operations. Hard gritty shale with moderate
plasticity when ground.
Port Haney.—Surface clays; with treatment and addition of sand make excellent drain and
building tile. Plant located there supplies Fraser Aralley and Vancouver market. Manufactures
common brick.
Princeton.—Shales could be used for pressed brick, provided they -are mined in connection
with the associated coal-beds. Brick plant could be established in the district for the manufacture of common brick. y.
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Prince George (Giscome Portage, 30 Miles North).—Clay( is sandy in texture, medium
plasticity, good working qualities. Intact when burned to cone 26, so is a fireclay. Will make
good commercial firebrick or other high-grade clay products.
Quesnel (8 Miles above Baker Creek).—Plastic white clay, semi-refractory, can be used as
ingredient in pottery body in manufacture of white ware, taking place of ball-clay. Also a semi-
refractory grey-white residual clay with low plasticity;  can be mixed with plastic clay.
Revelstoke.—-Suitable for brick-making and possibly drain-tile.
Ruskin.—Clays make good dry press brick.
Smithers (East Bank of Bulkley River, between Telkwa and Hazelton).—Can be used for
common brick or drain-tile.
Spences Bridge (North Side of Thompson River).—Makes fair-grade common brick and might
be used for drain-tile.
Sidney Island.—Plant in operation makes good common brick. Clay suitable for drain and
building tiles.
Silverdale.—Can be used for common brick and possibly drain-tile.
Terrace.—Plant in operation manufacturing common brick. Surface clays with good plasticity and working qualities.
Tod Inlet.—Yellow sandy clay suitable for common brick.
Vancouver.—Plant on Granville Island. Surface clays suitable for brick-making. Shales
occur on south side of Burrard Inlet and west of Barnet. The grey shale is semi-refractory;
it cracks in drying. Satisfactory results obtained by Ceramic Industries in manufacturing a
good red brick from shales excavated from basements in certain sections of the city.
Victoria.—Red-burning surface clays. Two plants operating, manufacturing common brick
and drain-tile.
Williams Lake.—Extensive deposits, white-burning residual clay. Analysis closely approximates high-grade porcelain-ware clays and will probably be used as the chief ingredient in the
manufacture of white-ware goods.
Windermere Lake, Kootenay Valley.—Not suitable for common brick, but can be used for
porous partition-blocks if plastic clay is added.    Could be used to make scouring-bricks.
(4.)  INDUSTRIAL PROGRESS IN AGRICULTURAL LINES.
The president and several directors of the British Columbia Berry-growers interviewed the
Department to enlist its aid and assistance in establishing precooling plants in the berry-
producing areas of the Province, so that a wider distribution of fruit could be effected.
The Department was unable to grant financial aid, but saw to it that all information and
particulars were placed before the Agricultural Committee and Department; that plans and
information required were in order, so that it was possible to have assistance approved for
two plants, one at Port Haney and one at Chilliwack.
At the present time British Columbia berries are handled by precooling plants at Victoria,
New Westminster, Maple Ridge, and Hatzic, so that with the addition of the present two plants
the berry industry will be well looked after in so far as marketing of fresh fruits is concerned.
The co-operative movement so manifest in this organization of berry-growers was, we
considered, worthy of the fullest support, and if an initial success is made will no doubt be
of great benefit to the industry. At present primarily interested in the proper marketing and
distribution of fresh fruits, it will, as in sections in the States to the South, branch out in the
further manufacture and canning of fruit and vegetables; the manufacture of boxes, crates,
pails, and other requirements. The wave of co-operation actuating the various branches and
commodities in the farming industry constitutes one of the most hopeful signs of the year for
future industrial progress. This co-operative movement, founded on necessity through the
marketing failure of the 1922 crop, has been assisted and encouraged by the Agricultural Department, farm and daily papers to such an extent that success, in so far as getting together, seems
assured.
British Columbia at present markets too many products in the raw state—copper, zinc,
lumber, lead, silver, fish, and particularly agricultural products. At the same time canned
soups, vegetables, fruits, etc., are imported in large quantities. The co-operative movement, if
loyally supported, should meet the same development here as in the other places and right this
condition in time, so that not only will the local market be supplied, but fruit and vegetable
 products, canned, dehydrated, and preserved, will receive a world-wide distribution. The future
of the Province in this line is limited only by the agricultural population and the necessary
capital to initiate the project. It is not likely that a solution will be found from outside. The
start made in precooling plants should be further enlarged and developed to provide for a still
greater distribution.
During the year an effort was made to use the surplus loganberry and blackberry crop in
the manufacture of juices and wines. At Victoria, Saanich, and Dewdney excellent results were
obtained. At Victoria the Kershaw Manufacturing Company produced for the first year 1,000
gallons of very fine juice from loganberries. They intend to enlarge their production in future,
as there is a good market for these fruit-juices. The Department believes that this Province,
suited to the growing of loganberries, could market large quantities of juices. Accordingly, we
give herewith the following particulars, supplied by the Department of Agriculture, as the
procedure to follow to manufacture non-alcoholic juice:—
Loganberry-juice. ,
In selecting berries for manufacturing juice, great care should be used in choosing none but
fully ripe berries. These are superior to the green berries on the one hand, or the overripe
ones on the other hand. The fully ripe berries give a great reduction in acid content and a
large increase in sugar content. Half-ripe, green, or mouldy berries will not make a high-grade
product.
Commercial Handling.—In making juice on a commercial scale, one should always keep in
mind cleanliness. Everything about the machinery should be kept clean. One should occasionally thoroughly flush out all machinery with scalding water or disinfectants. Live steam can
often be used to advantage. If possible, flush floors, soiled walls, etc., with plenty of pure w'ater
every evening.
The berries should first be mascerated. This is generally done by running them through
rollers. They are then pressed in cheeses in hydraulic presses, after which the juice is pumped
from the presses to the settlmg-tanl-s. These may be glass-lined or porcelain-lined, or may be
made of wooden staves. It is well to have the walls slightly tapering. Often some form of
cheesing is used for the inside. If one can have the settling-tanks in a cold-storage room it is
an advantage.
After the juice has settled it is generally drawn into large containers. The large glass
containers are ideal, but are sometimes very difficult to obtain. These are lacquered inside and
are of the same size and shape as those used for oils and gasolene. One must be very careful
to have the containers absolutely clean. They are either washed or sterilized with live steam.
Automatic bottle-washers can be purchased on the market or your local plumber can easily
make one.
The juice is then heated, but should never be boiled. The degree of heating will take from
180° to 212° F., but should never be held at 212° F. A high-grade thermometer should be used
in testing the juice. The juice may be sterilized in tanks containing hot water, or it may be
rolled on trucks into a sterilizer especially manufactured on the market for such purposes.
When the juice is to be bottled it is taken from the containers and very carefully filtered.
Machines such as filters and bottle-fillers should be silver-lined, as the juice will work on unprotected metals such as iron and tin. It is desirable to filter considerably in order to make an
attractive juice. On the other hand, excessive filtration sometimes seems to affect the quality.
There is no one single filter being employed by manufacturers, but numerous ones are being
experimented with.
After filtering the juice is bottled. The Crown-type bottle is very attractive. The juice may
be carbonated at the time of bottling. There are certain problems in relation to filtering and
carbonating that are not always understood. Some houses in attempting to handle this product
have been troubled with an accumulation of heavy precipitates. It is difficult to handle fruit-
juice and not secure more or less precipitation. It is only by practising skilful methods and
using great care that one can avoid it.
The juice is being put on the market in three forms—as a beverage, as a so-called concentrate, and as a syrup. In the beverage form from 3 to 5 lb. of sugar is used per gallon and
the juice is diluted in drinking strength before being bottled. In the concentrated form from
3 to 6 lb. of sugar is used per gallon and the juice is not diluted.   The purchaser practises the
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dilution. With syrups more sugar is added than with the concentrated and the heavy syrups
are manufactured for the soda-fountain trade.
In the manufacture pf loganberry-juice there are certain waste products. The pulp can
probably be utilized in various ways. The seeds seem to contain an oil which may have some
commercial value. There is a large quantity of pectin which can be used in jell-manufacture.
The pomace would probably have soma value as a stock-food, as it is especially rich in protein,
fats, and carbohydrates.    It contains, however, much acid.
Manufacture on a Small. Scale.—In manufacturing loganberry-juice in small quantities, place
the berries on a stove in a kettle and heat until they become soft, but never bring them to the
boiling-point. The heating and softening of the berries enables one to extract the juice more
easily. The berries should then be pressed. Some hand-presses can be purchased on the market
which are fairly satisfactory. If one has an old-fashioned barrel-slat cider-press it can be
utilized very nicely. For juice-manufacture a larger percentage of juice will be secured and
more satisfactory results obtained if cloth and racks are used instead of a slatted barrel.
Quite heavy cloth should be used to build up cheeses to be placed between the racks.
After the juice has been extracted it may be filtered. Small filters can be obtained on the
market, or a certain amount of filtering can be done with filter-papers and by decanting. Small
filters are for sale on the market that will give very satisfactory results.
The juice is now placed on the stove and sugar added. From 3 to 5 lb. to the gallon will
make a very satisfactory beverage. The juice should be thoroughly heated but never boiled.
It will be advisable to submerge the bottles or containers in boiling-hot water. Bottles are
very satisfactory for holding of juice. After the bottle is filled drive in the cork so that the
top is % inch below the top of the bottle. Corks should have been submerged in boiling water.
Do not pass hands over portion of cork that enters bottle. Fill in with warm paraffin. It is
well to put on the paraffin several times to aid in the preservation of the juice. If heavy
settlings occur in a few days the juice may be opened and decanted or filtered carefully and
reheated and bottled again. With some methods more or less accumulation of solids will occur
and these will settle in the bottom of the bottles. By a little care when the bottles are opened,
however, most of the juice can be poured off in a fairly clean condition. Loganberry-juice well
put up will keep indefinitely and can be utilized in many ways, such as for punches, flavouring
ice-cream, sherbets, etc.
Wine and Cider Manufacture.
The loganberry, it is claimed, is a natural wine-producing berry and during the year tests
were carried out in wine-manufacture in Saanich. These tests resulted in the production of a
very fine deep-red-coloured wine, with an alcoholic strength of 21 per cent. The Department of
Industries investigated the possibilities of this industry and supplied the people interested with
full particulars as to regulations for manufacture. The growers concerned and the Department
are endeavouring to interest the Liquor Control Board to place wine of this nature on the market
and so develop a native-wine industry in preference to Ontario and foreign wines now extensively
purchased in the Province. A sympathetic hearing was given and the fruit-growers from the
tests made are convinced they can add to the success of growing loganberries by the production
of wine from their surplus berries.
The same considerations apply in the use, distribution, and purchase of cider, and efforts
in this respect are being made by the Vemon fruitmen to have British Columbia cider substituted
for some beverages now sold. The interest shown by the Liquor Control Board should warrant
developments in the wine and cider industry in the Province the coming year.
Cultivation of Drug-yielding Plants.
To ascertain the possibility of cultivating economically in British Columbia several essential
oil- and drug-yielding plants, Professor R. IL Clark and J. Davidson, of the University of British
Columbia, carried on experiments during the year 1922. The investigations made indicate that
the results obtained by storing the bark of the Caseara sagrada for three years previous to use
can be produced quickly by chemical means; for this purpose the bark is submitted to the action
of hydrogen peroxide, and tests made at the Vancouver General Hospital with bark so treated
have been satisfactory. The Caseada sagrada wood was next examined to see if it contained
enough active constituent to pay for extraction;   solutions are being tested at the Vancouver
 X 14 British Columbia. 1923
General Hospital and by the Parke-Davis Company, Detroit. A preliminary report from the
hospital shows the surprising result that the wood is practically as active as the bark, and this
result, if fully confirmed, will mean a wonderful conservation of the jiast-disappearing cascara-
tree, as the bark does not constitute more than 5 per cent, of the tree. Investigations of British
Columbia Digitalis purpurea indicate that the strength of the extract compares most favourably
with standards. Hydrastia canadensis (golden-seal), Mentha piperita, Mentha spicata, Polygala
senega (Seneca snake-root), and other drug plants are being grown at the University Experimental Farm. Investigations have also been made into the salicin content of British Columbia
willows and poplars and the tannin content of Pacific Coast conifers.
Industrially, agriculture in British Columbia offers opportunity for the following expansion,
in addition to that outlined above: The establishment of exporting flour-mills in Vancouver and
vicinity; the establishment of the new-type small flour and meal mills in settlements, towns,
and districts in the Interior, such as Pouce Coupe, Quesnel, Fort George, Bulkley Valley,
Courtenay, and elsewhere; the dehydration of fruit and vegetables; canning of fruit and
vegetables, particularly development in growing and canning asparagus and spinach for export;
the growing and marketing of bulbs; the growing and marketing of flower, fruit, and vegetable
seeds; for these latter the recently reclaimed area of Sumas would seem to afford suitable land
for this development.
Considerable development in the medicinal plant and seed culture has already been made
on the lower end of Vancouver and adjacent islands.
During the year the Department of Industries furnished several districts with particulars
in reference to flour-mills, dehydrating and cannery plants. To these and other developments
we are ready to lend our assistance and will furnish on request information to persons or
organizations interested.
(5.)  WESTMINSTER PAPER-MILL.
The paper-mill erected at New Westminster this year is a striking instance of the value of
secondary industries to the Province. Prior to its establishment fruit-wrappers, toilets, crepe
napkins, and towels all came from Eastern Canada and the States. The Okanagan District
alone required between forty and fifty car-loads of fruit-wrappers. The establishment of the
Westminster plant has resulted in a reduction of 35 per cent, to the consumer on all lines
manufactured by them, and has given the Province a much better quality at these reduced
prices.
This new firm is located on the North Arm of the Fraser River at New Westminster.
The company has, as directing officials, J. J. Herb, President; M. F. Herb, Vice-President and
Sales Manager; H. M. Fort, Secretary-Treasurer; and R. F. Arnett, Assistant Sales Manager.
All these people have a lifelong experience in the paper industry.
The buildings are of two-story construction and were erected on record time, construction
commencing on July 1st and the first paper turned out December 22nd. The machine-room is
of concrete and brick construction and contains the beaters, Jordon engines, and other pulp-
preparing machinery. The paper is produced on a large Yankee Fourdrinier machine and finally
put through a creping process, a machine constructed to produce a soft effect. The cutting and
wrapping machines are established in a large finishing-room of mill construction, where packing
and shipping are completed. The plant is designed to admit of easy enlargement, as the architect
left on each building extensions for doubling the capacity of the plant. To date the plant cost
$350,000.
In addition to fruit-wrappers, crepe, toilets, and tissues, the company manufacture M.G.
Kraft, Coloured Kraft, white and coloured drug wrappings, second sheets of any colour. As a
secondary industry allied to pulp production, this company was the first in Canada to purchase
and manufacture in Canada British Columbia pulp from the Whalen Pulp and Paper Company.
Heretofore all its pulp was sent to the United States to be completed. Every article except one
entering into the manufacturing operations of this company is produced in British Columbia.
Materials purchased in value monthly total $18,000. The plant employs sixty persons, all white
labour, with a monthly pay-roll of $8,000. While most people employed in the operations were
former residents of New Westminster, the establishing of the industry added ten families of
skilled operators to the district.
The company's product is sold on the Prairies, in the fruit districts of British Columbia,
and Washington, and trial shipments have been made to Australia and New Zealand.   The
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success of this industry and its future extension is, however, largely dependent on the support
of the home market. This company, like others establishing in British Columbia, meet with
ruthless competitive tactics to secure the British Columbia market, and as the latest new and
non-competitive British Columbia industry is deserving of 100 per cent, support of British
Columbians. In sales-tax alone the company already contributes over $500 per month to the
administration of the Dominion Government. The Department put forward the above particulars
in reference to this latest addition to British Columbia's fast-increasing industry as an illustration of the benefit of industrial enterprises of this nature to the town, district, Province, and
Dominion in increased wealth and tax-producing capabilities.
(6.)  REPORT ON " GIGER'S SECTIONAL RETORT FOR THE DISTILLATION OF
SAWDUST, LIGNITE, AND SHALE."
The possibility of utilizing the wood-waste of British Columbia has been a problem for the
millman for some time. At present between 5,000 and 15,000 tons of wood-waste are burned
daily in and around Vancouver at a cost to the mill-owner of 50 cents a ton.
In the last year's report of the Department of Industries the work carried on by the
Advisory Council for Industrial and Scientific Research was given prominence with a view to
interesting people in British Columbia in this problem.
During the year Mr. Giger, engineer of the plant of P. Burns & Co., Vancouver, brought out
an invention for the carbonizing and distillation of lignite and shale. On examination this plant
seemed to lend itself to adaptation for the handling of wood-waste also. The results obtained
would seem to justify further consideration for a purpose of this nature and further work to
definitely prove out possibilities. The Department engaged a chemical engineer experienced in
this class of work to make a preliminary report of this plant.    He reports as follows:—■
" On examination I found that Mr. Giger had tackled the problem in an entirely novel
(at any rate, so far as this country is concerned) manner, his retort being on a sectional
principle, which is a distinct departure from previous practice in coal-carbonization, the accepted
methods being on straight distillation lines such as are being used almost universally for gas-
manufacture. In straight distillation the whole of the volatile products contained in the material
are driven off at high temperature, condensed to liquid in one condenser, and afterwards
redistilled for the purpose of separating the various products. Giger's method is to carry out
the carbonizing in stages at different temperatures, and collect the products given off at each
stage separately, a considerable improvement from both a theoretical and a practical point
of view.
" In the straight distillation process the material to be carbonized is run into a retort
which is externally heated to a high temperature, resulting in the whole of the products being
exposed to a greater heat than is necessary for the production of some of them, and this causes
these products to be converted into other products which possess no commercial value.
" By the ' Giger' method these low-temperature products are driven off and collected before
the material passes into the higher-temperature chambers, and it may be possible, when research-
work and experiments are carried out, to collect the whole of the various products contained in
the material, and thus add greatly to the value of the method as it now stands.
" In addition to the above advantages, there are marked differences in the products from
sawdust treated by Giger's method to the products obtained in other plants, and research-work
ought to be carried out to determine the uses and value of these products.
" From my observation of the tests carried out on coal and lignite there seemed a distinct
possibility that Giger's method could be very successfully applied to the utilization of the wood-
waste from sawmills, and with that idea in mind a series of tests were carried out on wood-waste
which have been, from a theoretical point of view, exceedingly promising. One of the tests
was carried out in the presence of Mr. Brown, chemist to the Vancouver Gas Company, and who
kindly made analyses and tests of the gases given off from the sawdust, and G. S. Eldridge, B.Sc,
Provincial Analyst, together with the writer.
"Due to a mechanical fault the test, which was intended as a quantitative one, had to be
abandoned, but the analyses carried out by both Mr. Brown and Mr. Eldridge of the products
of this test confirmed my opinion that Giger's method was a distinct advance over previous
methods of wood-distillation.
PROVINCIAL LIBRARY,
Victoria, a C
 " In his report Mr. Eldridge states: ' The idea involved in this four-stage distillation is a
good one, having advantages over the best previous machines, which were conducted by varying
the temperature in a single retort. This involved an intermittent process, and consequent loss
of time and reduction in capacity, as against the continuous process of this machine. We consider
that changes might be made in the design to increase the capacity and utilize the waste gases
as a source of-heat for the distillation and to make a greater recovery of the alcohol, acetic
acid, and turpentine oils, much of which is lost in this type of apparatus.'
" The products from the sawdust used in this test included benzenes, turpentine oils, alcohol,
acetic acid, light oils, resins, heavy oils, pitch, and charcoal, and a very large volume of gas
of a heating value equal to the standard of town gas produced from coal.
" The plant used for the above experiment with sawdust has been constructed to deal with
the distillation of coal and shale and was not so suitable as one would be if designed solely for
sawdust-distillation, and this point is mentioned by Mr. Eldridge in the concluding sentence of
his report.
" The separation of the various products was very distinct and the yields of each remarkable, and there is no doubt that if a plant could be constructed on Giger's principle on a
semi-commercial scale, and detailed experiments conducted with it, very interesting data would
be obtained. If this plant proved a success a commercial unit could be designed from the
results obtained. This could be tried out, and if still successful would solve the question of
the disposal of wood-waste, which has been a millstone round the necks of the mill-owners for
years.
" It has been the aim of inventors for years past to devise adequate means for dealing with
this problem of utilizing wood-waste and scores of patents have been taken out for this purpose,
but all have failed in one respect or another. It is a well-known fact, proved by bulletin reports
of the Canadian and United States Forestry Departments, that the products derived from the
distillation of wood-waste are of considerable commercial value, and if they can be produced by
means of a plant, which is simple in construction, efficient in operation, and gives the maximum
yield possible, then it is only a question of time before a new industry will be created from a
waste product within the Province and the sawmills released from the heavy disposal of what
is at present not only a costly nuisance, but a distinct handicap to the industry when meeting
foreign competition.
" The field for this type of apparatus is a very wide and useful and profitable one, differing
in the last particular from hardwood-distillation, due to the fact that the raw material for
hardwood-distillation has to be bought, whereas for softwood-distillation the raw material is
waste product of no value and of which very large quantities are available.
" The ' Giger Sectional Retort,' of which a blue-print is attached, consists of four chambers
or retorts ' A,' coupled together by short tubes 4 inches inside diameter; through the four
chambers runs a worm conveyor ' B,' the retorts being set in brickwork, in which are formed
four separate furnaces, each of which is capable of being maintained at given temperatures by
means of gas-burners ' C,' with regulating device. The outlets ' D ' of the retorts are connected
to tubular condensers ' E,' which are water-cooled and which condense the vapours to liquids.
These liquids are run off at the trap ' F,' while the non-condensable gases are drawn off by
pump ' G ' to gas-holder ' H.'
" The material is fed into hopper ' J,' from which it is carried by a cross-conveyor ' K ' on
to the worm conveyor ' B,' which propels it gradually from chamber ' A' to chamber ' A 4,'
during which time it is gradually raised in temperature, which causes the volatile matters
contained in the material to be driven off through outlet ' D ' to be condensed in ' E ' and collected
from trap ' F.' The material after passing through the chambers is discharged down pipe ' L'
into tank ' M,' where it is quenched or cooled."
This retort has been patented by Bert Giger, 1621 Cotton Drive, Vancouver, B.C., the
designer and inventor, whose name it bears. •
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(7.)  INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT FUND.
Receipts. Disbursements.
To Balance at credit of fund, Jan- By Disbursements   on   account   of
uary 1st, 1922 $14,687 60 loans granted $53,908 22
Refunds of loans and interest..   84,647 59 Balance    at    credit    of    fund,
December 31st, 1922      45,426 97
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