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 REPORT
OF  THE
MINISTER OF PUBLIC WORKS
OF   THE
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
FOE  THE
FISCAL YEAR 192829
printed by
authority of the legislative assembly.
VICTORIA,  B.C. t
Frinted by Charles F. Banfieldj Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1930.  To His Honour Robekt Randolph Bruce,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour :
Herewith I beg respectfully to submit the Annual Report of my Department for the fiscal
year ended March 31st, 1929, in compliance with the provisions of the " Public Works Act."
N. S. LOUGHEED,
Minister of Public Works.
Department of Public Works,
Parliament Buildings,
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.  PUBLIC WORKS REPORT.
REPORT OP THE DEPUTY MINISTER AND PUBLIC WORKS ENGINEER.
Parliament Buildings,
Victoria, B.C., September 16th, 1929.
Hon. N. S. Lougheed,
Minister of Public Works, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I have the honour to submit my report for the fiscal year 1928-29.
ROADS AND BRIDGES.
From the District Engineers' reports it will be noted that two unexpected factors were
accountable for considerable additional work on roads and bridges. The unusually severe
winter experienced on the Lower Mainland and Vancouver Island caused considerable upheaval
of the bituminous-surfaced gravel roads, requiring reconstruction or repairs. Early high water
damaged many bridge structures and highway approaches thereto.
Reference to the statement of " Contracts awarded " shows that contract-work was confined
chiefly to classified highways within the Lower Mainland municipalities. Hence construction
by Provincial day-labour continues to feature largely in the Department's highway programme.
The statement showing the bituminous surfacing of gravel roads undertaken to date since
its inception in the year 1924 reveals that 154 miles of highways were thus substantially improved in the summer of 1928. Formerly confined to the Lower Mainland and Vancouver Island
highways, an increasing mileage of Interior highways is being so improved partly by day-labour
(preparation of road-bed) and partly by contract (bituminous spraying, etc.). Not only does
such bituminous surfacing provide a smooth and serviceable road-bed for motorists (who have
generally expressed their great appreciation for such dustless highways), but it has also considerably reduced annual maintenance charges, yearly becoming heavier owing to increased
motor traffic.
The carrying-out of construction and reconstruction work by day-labour continues to bulk
largely in our highway programme. Equipped with up-to-date road-making machinery and
supervised by efficient foremen and engineers, the Department is able to satisfactorily undertake
major as well as minor construction projects. Previous to undertaking any extensive improvements, particularly on trunk highways, surveys are made with a view of procuring the best
possible alignment and grade. Extensive Investigation, preliminary to construction or reconstruction, has been carried out by survey parties generally over the Province, but particularly
in the Lower Mainland, where trunk highways have been materially improved by widening and
straightening.
Looking to future requirements, highway rights-of-way 100 feet wide have frequently been
procured even at enhanced expenditures for compensation. In common with other highway
authorities, the Department is finding that the 6G-foot highway formerly accepted as a satisfactory standard is frequently insufficient. To cope not only with increasing traffic, but also
with the increased speed thereon, wide road-beds are being constructed.
That our aggregate highway mileage has not increased proportionate to former years is
partly accounted for by the Department's policy in improving and reconstructing existing roads
rather than opening up new roads not presently justified. Under existing traffic conditions we
have a larger mileage of roads to maintain than we can properly accomplish with the limited
appropriations voted annually under revenue expenditure.
Encouraged by the success of the previous winter's work undertaken in our earnest
endeavour to keep the main-travelled highways open throughout the year, a more comprehensive
snow-removal programme was carried out in the winter of 1928-29. AVith the grateful approval
of bus-owners, mail-carriers, and the motoring public generally, about 4,000 miles of highways
benefited from the special appropriation set aside under " Traffic Operation."
From the detailed statement of contracts awarded, it will be noted that the largest and most
important undertaking was that on Nicomen Island, Dewdney District, extending about 14 miles,
and involving over 750,000 cubic yards of earth-work.    The various contracts were satisfactorily S 6 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1928-29.
carried out by the aid of mechanical equipment in time to withstand the spring freshets of the
Fraser River, as many as twelve power-shovels having been employed thereon.
With the supplementary work simultaneously undertaken by Provincial day-labour, not
only have the Nicomen Island highways, previously a continual source of trouble and expense,
been rendered immune from the ravages of the Fraser River, but the Dewdney Trunk Highway
along the north side of the Fraser Valley has been built to modern standard. The remainder
of the contract road-work was carried out wholly in, and in conjunction with, the Lower Mainland municipalities to meet the requirements of increasing industrial and agricultural expansion.
To accommodate the heavy through traffic traversing the Municipality of Burnaby, the
following important thoroughfares were improved:—
Riverway (Secondary Highway).—A splendid asphaltic macadam surface was laid by contract awarded by Burnaby Council.
Douglas Road (Secondary Highway).— (Grandview Highway to city limits, New Westminster, 3.2 miles.) An asphaltic macadam (penetration method) was carried out by contract
with the municipality.
Hastings-Barnet Road (Primary Highway).— (Sperling Avenue to Barnet, 2 miles.) In
addition to the asphaltic concrete pavement satisfactorily undertaken by Government contract, the remainder of this highway (1.9 miles) was surfaced with an asphaltic mulch, thus
providing a continuous hard-surfaced highway from the city limits, Vancouver, eastward.
In conjunction with the Department, the following works were satisfactorily undertaken
by the Surrey and Delta Councils respectively:—
McLellan Road (Secondary).—One mile of asphaltic macadam penetration.
Scott Road (Secondary).—Two miles of asphaltic macadam.
Boundary Road (Secondary).—Three-quarters of a mile of asphaltic surfacing.
In Port Moody and Port Coquitlam the 4 miles of asphaltic mulch surface (a very serviceable type), laid by contract, satisfactorily withstood the tests of severe winter weather. The
loco-Port Moody Road Diversion, graded in 1927, was gravelled and opened in the summer of
1928 to the increasing traffic to these industrial settlements. Another very necessary diversion
—that of the Stave River Road across the Stave Flats—was opened in 1928, thereby eliminating
2 miles of narrow, tortuous highway.
The municipalities on the north shore of Burrard Inlet materially benefited from the reconstruction and hard-surfacing by municipal contract of several miles of the Marine Drive, West
Vancouver (secondary). The combined asphaltic and concrete paving, an entirely new type
recommended by the Department (which was sharing the expense of the work), has proved both
attractive and serviceable.
Additional to these contracts, considerable work was undertaken on classified highways
either by Provincial or by municipal day-labour, so that the Lower Mainland highways are
being brought up to required standard as funds will allow.
The traffic census presently being systematically undertaken on the more important highways reveals the increasing extent to which the Lower Mainland highways are being used by
trucks and buses, and our highway programmes are being prepared to meet the traffic conditions.
Since the accompanying reports of the district officials furnish details of the other works
undertaken, the following is only an outline of the more outstanding operations:—
Trans-Provincial Highway.—Under various local names, such as Yale Road, Sumas Highway, and Cariboo Road, extensive operations were undertaken, chiefly by day-labour, with a
view of providing a serviceable highway from the Coast to the Crowsnest Pass, a distance of
almost 800 miles.
On the Yale Road previous poor alignment and adverse grades at Clayton Hill were overcome by suitable diversions carried out by contract. Splendid work was performed by Provincial day-labour on the same road near Abbotsford and Aldergrove respectively, where new
rights-of-way  (partly 80 feet in width)  were procured for the highway diversions.
What will ultimately prove a shorter and better route to Chilliwack was commenced on the
new portion of this highway through.the Sumas Flats east to Abbotsford. Continuing its policy
to hard-surface as many [trunk highways as appropriations will allow, the portion of the Yale
Road west of the Sardis Road was paved with concrete, and grading undertaken for the paving
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The portion of this Trans-Provincial Highway (Cariboo Road) through the Fraser Canyon
was widened, and gravel-surfaced in several stretches. From the details elsewhere published
in this report, it will be noted that there has been an appreciable increase in the motor traffic
through the canyon—doubtless due to the publicity afforded by motorists over same. In the
summer of 1928 the 24-mile section of the Cariboo Road from Lytton to Spences Bridge was
opened for through traffic.
Between Osoyoos Lake and Christina Lake material widening and other improvements and
surfacing were carried out by day-labour. Similar work was undertaken on this highway
(Trans-Provincial) in the West Kootenays.
In the East Kootenays advantage was taken to reconstruct this highway for several miles
along the route of the abandoned Great Northern Railway grade between Elko and Fernie.
Cariboo Road.—Between Ashcroft and Prince George several stretches were widened and
gravel-surfaced and this central trunk highway is now better adapted for the heavy traffic it
has to withstand. Along Eagle Lake east of Giscome 6 miles of nev/ construction, involving
heavy yardage, were carried out by day-labour. Surveys were undertaken for the 30-mile
section of this road between Aleza Lake and Longworth, presently under construction by
contract.
Thus by improving existing trunk highways and constructing portions of missing links a
gradual effort is being made to eventually provide a northerly highway route to Alberta. A
similar programme of improvement and construction work was undertaken on the highway route
west of Prince George with a view of one day providing an outlet to the Pacific Coast at Prince
Rupert.
On the Fort George-Hazelton section several miles of cut-offs were built near Vanderhoof
and Forestdale. The extension of this highway between Skeena Crossing and Prince Rupert
was advanced several miles by day-labour. Pending the location of a serviceable and economical
route (towards which end land and aerial surveys have been under way at intervals during the
past two years), work on the most westerly section of this northerly highway has been held up.
Slocanr-Silverton Highway.—With the completion of a 10-mile contract, Slocan City and
Silverton have been connected up by highway, although diversions now under way at the latter
point are necessary to make the road serviceable for motor traffic.
Another missing -link in the highway system—Kaslo-New Denver Road—was also completed in 1928 by day-labour. Hence there is now a circuitous highway from Nelson to the
Slocan Lake Settlement, returning via the Kootenay Lake Highway, which has also been
materially improved.
The Kuskonook-Gray Creek extension has been advanced by day-labour several miles along
the south-east shore of Kootenay Lake. On the Nelson-U.S. Highway 4 miles of a necessary
diversion were carried out by day-labour. Industrial development at Kimberley and adjacent
mining centres called for considerable highway-improvement and construction-work. Perhaps
the most important undertaking in the Kootenays was the connection of the coal town of Corbin
with the highway system, which road is proving beneficial to the mining industry.
Among the highway improvements in the Okanagan and Similkameen Districts were the
following  (chiefly reconstruction) :—
Peachland-Westbank (12 miles) ; Vernon-Kelowna (6 miles) ; Copper Mountain (6 miles) ;
Bridesville-Santa Rosa (10 miles) ;  Keremeos-Hedley (Seven Devils section)   (2.5 miles).
Work on the Golden-Big Bend Road, which, with highway connections, will ultimately
afford access to park reserves under the control of the Federal Government, was chiefly confined
to extension of this highway at the Golden and Revelstoke ends respectively. Survey parties
were also engaged in locating the most practicable route.
The North Thompson Highway, another potential link to Alberta, was continued in the
vicinity of Cottonwood Flats.
Aided by the Department's power plant, considerable widening, straightening, and surfacing
improvements were carried out on the Kamloops-Savona and Kamloops-Salmon Arm Roads,
Spences Bridge-Ashcroft Road, and Merritt-Spences Bridge Road respectively.
Vancouver Island Highivays.—The Island continues to be a popular paradise for tourists,
and to meet such needs and also to provide for the increasing industrial development, particularly in lumbering, existing highways were improved and extensions constructed. During the
summer of 1928 about 40 miles of gravel roads were given a bituminous surfacing for the first S 8 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1928-29.
time, and 100 miles of roads, formerly treated, were resurfaced. While some of the bituminous-
treated highways suffered from the severe frosts of the 1928-29 winter, most of them came
through it undamaged.
The widening and improving of the Malahat Drive, which continues from year to year, has
frequently evoked favourable comment from users, far and near, of the highway.
Reconstruction of the Shawnigan Lake and Summit Roads have also proved very beneficial
undertakings. By aid of power-shovels all such works were efficiently and economically carried
out by our own forces. Similar widening and straightening improvements were undertaken on
the Jordan River Road with a view of providing safe and serviceable highways.
A commencement was made on the West Coast Road, about 4 miles of very heavy clearing
and grading work having been carried out by day-labour west of Jordan River, over which a
timber bridge 335 feet in length was constructed.
From Campbell River, over which a timber Howe-truss bridge was constructed by contract,
the Island Highway was extended north-west to provide for industrial developments at Menzies
Bay. The Sayward Road was continued for another 3 miles and a start was made on the
Radford Road, Cape Lazo. The Comox and Alberni Valleys were benefited by an extension of
the Comox Lake Road. To meet the increasing traffic demands, the Cowichan Lake Road was
widened and otherwise improved. Although considerable surfacing is still necessary, the Hardy
Bay Road was opened for traffic in 1928.
While labour was plentiful and generally satisfactory, difficulty is being experienced in
obtaining foremen with adequate knowledge of modern machinery, now so essential both in
construction and maintenance of highways. Recognizing that the success of much of our work
depends largely on the type of foreman in charge, a greater effort is being made to obtain more
practical men for supervision of day-labour.
From the foregoing general review of the highway-work undertaken, it will be seen that
the Department is adhering to its threefold policy—namely, maintenance generally of existing
highways, reconstruction of trunk highways to meet modern traffic requirements, and new construction of important links of the highway system. Obviously our work in all three directions
is controlled by the annual appropriations available. Repeated requests from our district
officials, particularly, for further maintenance funds are being received, so great are the demands
created by the increasing traffic.
The popularity of motor-stage travel has contributed towards our road-maintenance
problems. Not only has the number of stages increased about 13 per cent., but their type has
been greatly improved, many modern coaches having been placed on the more important routes.
Fewer complaints have been received regarding the operation of stages generally, but there was
one fatal accident during 1928.
To distinctly mark the location of historic events copper plates supplied by the Federal
Government were placed at several points adjacent to our highways. To engage in extraordinary traffic sixty-one permits were issued on recommendation of the district officials, who
are endeavouring to exercise better control over the operations of trucks. In the enforcement
of our highway regulations the Department has had the close co-operation of the Superintendent
of Provincial Police and 'his local officers. In several other ways the Department is endeavouring to conserve the highways free from unsightly and unnecessary signs, gasoline-pumps, etc.
With a view to the future widening of our highways more consideration has been given to the
location of pole-lines for public utilities, in which there have been a very marked development.
Mr. H. L. Taylor, Inspector of Electrical Energy (to whom all such applications to the Department are submitted for approval), has given considerable time and thought to this work.
With larger appropriations available, the placing of directing and warning signs was extended in several districts. In this work the Department has had the aggressive co-operation
of the Automobile Club of British Columbia (to whom a special grant was made), to the end
that a uniform and comprehensive system of signs be installed in the Province.
Availing itself of the advantages of the Railway Grade Crossing Fund, the Department
carried out several diversions for the purpose of either eliminating the grade crossings or
materially improving the approaches, etc., at same. In connection therewith about $60,000 has
been received to date from the Board of Railway Commissioners, from whose Division Engineer,
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towards the solution particularly of our crossing problems. Hence it will be noted that in
diverse manners the Department has largely contributed to the comfort and the safety of users
of our highways.
In both construction and renewal of our 'bridges Provincial day-labour continues to bulk
largely in our highway programme. Expeditious and economical construction has been rendered
possible owing to the greater number of skilled men available for such work. Mr. A. L. Car-
ruthers, the Bridge Engineer, devotes the greater portion of his time to the close supervision
of the larger day-labour and contract undertakings, leaving other important structures to be
inspected and supervised by Mr. T. Kilpatrick, Bridge Inspector. Wherever practicable, bridges
are being replaced by substantial culverts and fills. In renewing timber bridges the width of
roadway is increased to meet existing traffic requirements. The largest undertaking was the
Kootenay River Bridge at Wardner, the first steel structure erected by the Department in the
East Kootenay. By the construction of a bridge over the Canadian National Railway near
Savona a bad grade crossing and dangerous road approaches were eliminated. The only other
major structure undertaken in 1928 was the Fraser River Bridge at Quesnel, which, despite
many unforeseen difficulties, was successfully completed on time.
Several substantial improvements were undertaken with a view of increasing the usefulness
of our ferries, many of which are inadequate to meet the increased motor traffic. At Agassiz-
Rosedale, where during the year over 5,000 trips were made in carrying about 40,000 passengers,
the ferry " Sea Wolf " was replaced by the more capacious ferry " Eena," formerly operated
between Mission and Matsqui, now well served by a combined railway and road bridge at
Mission. A new scow was provided for the Nelson Ferry, where the traffic has increased tenfold
during the past decade, necessitating almost a continuous service. A better service particularly
to provide for winter conditions has been arranged for the Shuswap Lake Ferry.
The ferry-boat operating between Sorrento and Scotch Creek, having outlived its usefulness,
is being replaced by a more modern boat. A bridge was built over the Columbia River at
Parsons, where hitherto a ferry-boat had done service during the past ten years.
Following reorganization of the operating staff, conditions at the Provincial Wharf, Prince
Rupert, have been placed upon an improved working basis.
Primarily for safeguarding the interests of our public utilities, substantial protection-works,
varied in descriptions as circumstances demanded, were successfully carried out at Okanagan
Lake, Mission Creek, Penticton, and Hedley.
The larger proportion of highway-work being now undertaken by our own forces necessitated the purchase of extensive equipment, and the Department is now fully equipped with
efficient up-to-date road-making and maintaining machinery. Following are the more important
units in our equipment: 21 crushers, 27 compressors, 215 graders (horse), 76 tractor graders,
33 power-shovels, 141 tractors, 239 light trucks, and 106 heavy trucks.
From the accompanying report of the Chief Architect, it will be observed that an
unusually large programme of work has been successfully undertaken, with great credit to Mr.
Whittaker and his staff, who have been 'working under pressure at various projects.
The District Engineers' reports show that in every respect it has been a highly successful
year, with considerable excellent work to their credit. My periodical inspection trips throughout the Province reveal the rapid development the highway system is undergoing, and the corresponding increase of the duties and responsibilities of the district officials, to whose zeal and
labours in the interests of the Department I wish to pay a general tribute.
Owing to the resignation of Major R. M. Taylor, District Engineer, Kamloops, due to his
acceptance of an important position with a contracting company, rearrangements of some
engineering districts were necessary. It is gratifying to note that this was accomplished by
promotion of members of the staff, the Department continuing its policy of rewarding engineers
who had hitherto rendered satisfactory services. Here I would like to place on record the
Department's recognition of the splendid services rendered by Major R. M. Taylor, particularly
in the difficult problems connected with the construction of the Cariboo Road through the
Fraser Canyon.    District Engineer Gwyer was transferred from Penticton to Prince Rupert.
The rapid development of the Peace River area necessitated the appointment of a qualified
Assistant District Engineer (in place of a General Foreman) to deal properly with the many
local problems. Other changes in the outdoor staff were made for the betterment of the service
generally. S 10 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1928-29.
Owing to failing health, Mr. J. D. Moore, General Foreman, Kaslo, retired at the close of the
fiscal year. I regret to state that, he has since passed away. During the some twenty years he
was with the Department he rendered splendid services in the supervision of work in the Kaslo
District.
Owing to congestion in some of the indoor offices at headquarters, more commodious and
convenient rooms were provided, necessitating the transfer of the Architects' quarters to another
part of the building. Such a desirable change, together with a rearrangement of the draughting
offices, have resulted in increased efficiency all round.
Improvements in the staff of the Accounting Department have enabled the work to be undertaken more efficiently and expeditiously under the capable guidance of the Chief Accountant.
The undernoted figures not only denote the rapid growth of the correspondence in charge of the
Senior Clerk (whom I wish to especially commend for the manner in which he carries out his
duties), but also show the extent to which the work of the Department is yearly increasing:—
1927-28. 1928-29.
Inward letters, etc     17,637 19,950
Outward letters, etc     16,000 18,100
Department files handled  (approximately)     49,000 60,000
The enlarged activities of the Department have necessitated some increase in the headquarters staff, the members of which, in unfailing services, have generally undertaken their
several parts with credit.
The kindly advice and sympathetic assistance which you, Sir, have placed at the disposal of
the departmental officials have materially helped to make our duties much more pleasurable
and profitable.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
P. PHILIP,
Deputy Minister and Public Works Engineer.
REPORTS OP ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 1.
(Assistants report direct to the Deputy Minister and Public AVorks Engineer, Arictoria.)
REPORT OF H. C. MANN, ASSISTANT DISTRICT ENGINEER, ALBERNI DISTRICT.
Roads and Trails.—Extensive improvements were carried out on the Canadian Highway
over Alberni Mountain, % mile being abandoned and reconstructed on a much improved location,
with a ruling grade of 7 per cent., thereby eliminating a grade of 18 per cent. Improvements
to the road from Alberni to Great Central Lake were also carried out. Surfacing of the Island
Highway with a bituminous carpet was continued from Parksville to 2 miles beyond Qualicum,
a total distance of 8% miles, and has successfully withstood the severe frost during the winter,
the surface suffering little damage. Betterments were carried out on the Ucluelet-Long Beach
Road, making it possible for motorists to drive from Ucluelet to Long Beach during six months
of the year. Improvements to the roads and trails at Tofino, Quatsino, Holberg, and Cape Scott
were also carried out.
Bridges.—The following new bridges were constructed on improved locations: A standard
120-foot Howe truss across the Somass River at River Bend; a standard 108-foot Howe truss
across the Sproat River at Sproat Falls. Sixty-foot standard king trusses were also built across
Englishman's River, Old Alberni Road, Cameron River No. 1 and Cameron River No. 2, Canadian
Highway. Fills were substituted for the following bridges: Beaver Creek (169 feet), Siwash
Gulch East (120 feet), and Siwash Gulch AVest (120 feet) ; all the fills were made on an improved alignment of the Island Highway at these points. A concrete culvert was substituted
for the Bay Bridge at Departure Bay.    Maintenance-work was carried out on fifty-three bridges.
I wish to thank you for your valuable advice, assistance, and support, and to place on
record the good service rendered by the foremen and workmen. '*
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REPORT  OF H.  M.  BIGWOOD,  ASSISTANT  DISTRICT  ENGINEER.
Cowichan-Newcastle District.
Maintenance-work throughout the district was satisfactorily carried out and traffic maintained.
Subsequent to a severe winter season (during which from 16 to 24 inches of snow fell),
followed by severe frosts, some difficulties and damage resulted on the surfaced roads. However, the situations thus created were satisfactorily dealt with.
The work of improving the Cowichan Lake Road was continued. After another season a
portion of this heavily travelled highway will be fit for bituminous surfacing.
Bridges.—Two new bridges on the Island Highway were reconstructed, the one over the
tracks of the Esquimalt & Nanaimo Railway and the AVellington Colliery Railway at Diamond
Crossing, north of Ladysmith, being on an approved new location. A new bridge constructed over
the Wellington Colliery Railway at Extension provides a more direct route into the settlement
and is greatly appreciated.
I wish to express my appreciation of your confidence and assistance, as also of the co-operation of your staff.
Nanaimo District.
Roads.—All roads were maintained in such condition that traffic was properly accommodated.
No new construction was undertaken'during the year, but considerable widening of existing
roads as well as necessary drainage-work were commenced.
AVinter conditions were severe. The 12-inch snowfall in January and February was quickly
dealt with and traffic maintained.    Fortunately the resulting damage to the roads was slight.
Bridges.—Maintenance-work only was carried out on bridges in this district.
REPORT OF AV. P. BEAVAN, ASSISTANT DISTRICT ENGINEER,  COMOX AND
MACKENZIE   (SOUTH)   DISTRICTS.
Roads and Trails.—By July, work on the Hardy Bay Road was sufficiently advanced to allow
traffic from Hardy Bay to Coal Harbour. From July till the end of the fiscal year good progress
was made on the surfacing of the road, no difficulty being experienced during the winter months
by the traffic using it.
A start was made on the extension of the Comox Lake Road between the end of the
existing road and Jock's Point, which will ultimately form part of a road linking the Alberni
and Comox Valleys.
The Radford Road at Cape Lazo was opened up and construction advanced sufficiently to
allow traffic over it throughout the winter. This is a valuable link in the road system at the
Comox section, affording a circular route for the Comox Consolidated School bus and the
general traffic of the district.
At Sayward the main road was extended some 3 miles. At Campbell River a good start
was made on the extension of the Island Highway northward to Menzies Bay. AVork was in
progress over a distance of approximately 2 miles, 1 mile of the road having been completed.
All main highways and settlers' roads throughout the district were well maintained, special
attention being paid to drainage-work. The Island Highway was widened and thoroughly
drained for a distance of about 5 miles. A start was made on work which will enable the
drainage of all roads within a considerable area south-west of the City of Courtenay. Snow-
removal presented no great difficulty. A further 10 miles of the Island Highway were surfaced
with liquid asphalt and resurfacing was attended to wherever necessary.
Bridges.—Five new bridges were constructed. The most important of these was the
Campbell River Bridge (No. 56), consisting of two Howe-truss spans with trestle approaches,
a total length of 363 feet, spanning Campbell River near Campbellton on the route of the extension of the Island Highway north of that place. Twenty-three standard trestle bridges were
reconstructed and maintenance-work was attended to on sixty-four other bridges.
Maukenzie District (South).
Roads and Trails.—The Lund Road and the Thunder Bay Road were widened and drained
over a distance of 3% and 4% miles respectively.    An extension of the Cranberry Lake Road S 12 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1928-29.
was constructed y2 mile and 2V. miles of road in the Government subdivision near Powell River
were opened up. On Texada Island the Blubber Bay and Gillies Bay Roads were improved by
widening and draining.    All roads in the district were maintained throughout the year.
Bridges.—Three small standard trestle bridges were constructed and five timber trestles
were reconstructed. Maintenance work was done on sixteen other bridges, so that all bridge
structures are now in good condition, with the exception of No. 177, Eagle River Bridge, which
is to be reconstructed during the ensuing fiscal year.
REPORT OF C. A. HELGESEN,  GENERAL FOREMAN,
ESQUIMALT DISTRICT.
Roads and Trails—Construction.—AVest Coast Road: A start was made this year on this
important project. AVork started early in April and was carried on until September. Season's
work concluded with approximately 4% miles slashed, 4 miles rough-cleared, 3% miles rough-
graded, and 2 miles gravel-surfaced. Three bridges were put in, one large one over Jordan
River (335 feet long) and two smaller ones. On account of excessively heavy timber, construction could not be carried on so fast as in more open country.
AVest Shawnigan Lake Road: Work commenced the previous year was carried on and
approximately 1 mile was cleared and rough-graded.
Gillespie Road: Continuing work of last year, rough grade was completed and bridges put
in. On account of the difficult crossing at Roche Cove, considerable rock had to be removed
from obstructing .bluff before bridge could be got in on good alignment.
Harrison Trail: To give access to Lake section at summit of hills, approximately 3 miles
of good trails were built from Sooke River Road into Sooke Hills.
Malahat Drive: The widening of this beautiful highway, commenced last year, was continued, good progress being made in taking off bad rock corners and filling at narrow bends to
make road wider and safer.
The widening to 18 feet of Summit and Shawnigan Lake Roads was continued, work extending over 2% miles.
Jordan River Road: Approximately 1% miles of narrow crooked section of this road were
widened to standard width.
Bituminous Surfacing.—In maintaining and extending work of previous years some 40 miles
were resurfaced and 7 miles of new surface were laid. Tn addition, approximately 1% miles
were treated with asphaltic mulch to a depth of 2 inches of splendid wearing surface, which
stood without a break against heavy traffic through the following severe winter.
Numerous minor improvements to curves, hills, etc., on roads in general were carried out.
Maintenance and Repairs.—All main and side roads have been satisfactorily maintained,
although the exceptionally severe winter proved a severe drain on funds and equipment used.
Bridges.—Several new structures were built; the more important being: Niagara Canyon
and Arbutus on Island Highway; Jordan River Bridge on AVest Coast Road; Roche Cove
Bridge on Gillespie Road.
On Island Highway new bridges on better alignment have eased off curves and grade,
making for easier and safer motoring.
Maintenance and repairs to other district bridges have been carried out where needed.
REPORT OF G. T. MICHELL, GENERAL FOREMAN, ISLANDS DISTRICT.
Subsequent to my appointment as General Foreman of the Islands District on October 16th,
1928, no new work was undertaken during the remainder of the fiscal year 1928-29.
Maintenance.—General maintenance has been undertaken over 200 miles of road, covering
grading, ditching, and gravelling, as well as the installation of numerous culverts.
AAreather conditions were very favourable except during the period of the heavy snowfall,
which entailed the temporary employment of a fairly large number of men owing- to the fact
that we were not equipped with the necessary machinery for the rapid removal of snow. However, I am glad to be able to state that the roads were kept open to the schools and that the
mail deliveries and public stages were able to keep to their regular schedules.
Bridges.—All bridges were inspected and those requiring repairs were attended to. Generally, the bridges are in fairly good condition. - S*
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four-roomed modern office building was erected on Government land at the junction of Second
Street and Bazan Avenue.
REPORT OF THE LATE MAJOR P. J. CAMPBELL, GENERAL FOREMAN,
SAANICH DISTRICT.
Roads.—Primary and secondary roads in the municipality were kept in good repair. Three-
tenths of a mile of bituminous macadam was laid on the AVest Saanich Road.
Maintenance and Improvements—Unorganized.—The usual maintenance was carried out
on roads in unorganized territory and 3 miles of widening and permanent ditching done.
Bridges.—Repairs to foundations of Craigflower Bridge were done to protect the piles
from the attacks of sea-lice.
Ferries.—General repairs to Mill Bay-Brentwood Ferry were carried out throughout the
year.
Surveys.—A preliminary survey was made of the relocation of the Limekiln Road (Ben-
venuto Avenue).
REPORT OF ENGINEER, DISTRICT No. 2.
District Engineer's Office,
Court-house, New AA7estminster, B.C., September 14th, 1923.
P. Philip, Esq.,
Deputy Minister and Public Works Engineer,
Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I beg to submit herewith annual report of work done in the above district during the
fiscal year 1928-29.
BURNABY DISTRICT.
Maintenance.—The usual maintenance-work was undertaken and all roads in this district
were kept in fine condition.
Hard-surfacing.—In conjunction with the Municipal Council a large surfacing programme
was carried through by contract, with the result that all classified highways in this district
are now hard-surfaced.
On Riverway the old gravel surface was scarified, reshaped to a flatter cross-section, and
surfaced with a 2% -inch cap of asphaltic macadam, which is standing up well and promises to
give excellent service.
On Hastings-Barnet Road from Sperling Avenue (the end of the concrete paving laid last
year) to Barnet (2 miles) a 4-inch surface of asphaltic concrete was laid, and from this point
to the eastern limit of the district (1.9 miles) an asphaltic mulch surface was laid. These
surfaces are giving admirable service.
The Douglas Road from the Grandview Highway to AArestminster City limits, 3.2 miles, was
surfaced with asphaltic macadam. Cold emulsified asphalt was used in this penetration. For
work of this nature (having regard to traffic conditions) I would hesitate to recommend its
adoption under similar circumstances. The heavy frosts of last winter heaved the centre of
the roadway very badly and clay from the subgrade came through. Repairs were put in hand
by the contracting company and the surface is now holding well, though uneven in spots, due
to this patching.
On the North Road a penetration macadam shoulder 3 feet wide was laid on the west side of
this roadway.    This widening has made a great improvement on this much-travelled road.
CHILLIAVACK DISTRICT.
Maintenance.—In this district 1 mile of new asphalt surface treatment was undertaken and
6 miles of road that had been similarly treated during the previous year were reflush-coated.
AA7herever this work has been carried out on a road that had a fair foundation and reasonable
drainage, this type of surface treatment has been satisfactory, entirely eliminating the dust
nuisance and reducing the maintenance costs to a minimum. S 14 PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1928-29.
The remainder of the gravel-surfaced roads were satisfactorily maintained by the use of a
Canadian-made power maintainer. A multiple-blade tractor maintainer was used for the first
time in this district, on the Sumas Prairie Road, with very good results. It was found to
eliminate the " washboard," or corrugations, better than the power-graders.
During the perid when the frost was coming out of the ground in the spring, the Yale Road
between Aldergrove and Abbotsford and from Abbotsford to A'ye, and the River Road from
Abbotsford to Mission, became almost impassable, and it was necessary to close these roads to
all bus and truck traffic in excess of 1 ton capacity on pneumatic tires. During this period,
which lasted for three weeks, a fleet of twenty-two trucks was employed gravelling continuously,
endeavouring to cope with the situation. This situation shows the necessity of relocation and
reconstruction of these important highways, as soon as funds can be obtained, in order that
these main trunk roads may not have to be temporarily closed.
Repairs and improvements were carried out on the roads in Chilliwack River Valley, Sumas
Mountain, and Columbia Valley, all of which are in unorganized territory, thus improving conditions for the settlers in these districts, where all local settlers and their teams were employed
on the work.
On the Matsqui Prairie end of the Riverside Road, which was submerged during the
previous year, the drainage-ditches were cleaned out by the use of the Dyking Commission's
drag-line.
Construction.—On the Yale Road, between the junction of the Sardis Road and the Vedder
Canal, 2.4 miles of cement-concrete pavement 18 feet wide were laid, and 3.6 miles of this
same section were brought up to grade and alignment preparatory to paving during the next
fiscal year. This was the largest construction project undertaken in this district during the
year, and was Carried out by contract with very satisfactory results.
Work was also resumed on the new Sumas Highway, which cuts off approximately 5 miles
between Abbotsford and Chilliwack. This work is being clone by the use of the two drag-line
machines belonging to the Sumas Dyking Commission. In this connection I wish to pay
tribute to the hearty co-operation and assistance given by Mr. Bruce Dixon, the Dyking Commissioner, in giving the use of his equipment and men.
Location—Roads.—The survey for the balance of the new cut-off between Abbotsford and
the Vedder Canal Bridge on the Trans-Provincial Highway was completed during this year, a
maximum curvature of 4° being used, and owing to the nature of the country practically level
grades were obtained. The most important piece of location undertaken was that of the relocation of the Yale Road immediately west of Abbotsford. Two miles of this important highway were relocated, which resulted in about forty curves being replaced by three very flat curves
and gradients reduced to a maximum of 5 per cent. This location is all completed and will be
ready for construction at the beginning of next fiscal year. A right-of-way 80 feet wide is
being obtained for this work to allow for better drainage, etc.
Bridges.—The Luckachuck Bridge was replaced by a concrete structure consisting of abutments and a 20-foot concrete slab. This structure was designed by Assistant District Engineer
Swan and the work carried out by departmental labour. This is a splendid type of permanent
structure, and I trust we will be able to install more of them throughout the district as funds
become available.
A new longitudinal deck was laid on the A^edder Canal Bridge and seventeen other bridges
had minor repairs made on them.
Ferries.—The Agassiz-Rosedale Ferry " Sea Wolf " was replaced during the year by the
ferry " Eena " from Mission, which resulted in much better service owing to the increased
capacity of the new ferry. Owing to the ever-increasing traffic at this point, this was a much-
needed improvement greatly appreciated by the travelling public.
A survey was made for a new landing on the Agassiz side of the river and preparations
made for the start on the construction at the beginning of the next fiscal year. This ferry
made 5,229 trips and carried 39,108 passengers during the year.
Snoic-removal.—During the last winter a real attempt was made to keep the highways open
for all traffic throughout the winter. The Department supplied an up-to-date tractor and snow-
plough for this purpose at Abbotsford, and with this equipment we were able to keep all highways open with very little delay. Many complimentary remarks were passed by the general
public on the efforts of the Department to clear the roads of snow, and I consider the expenditure on this work iwell warranted. i
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DELTA DISTRICT.
Maintenance.—During the month of June a section immediately west of Langley Prairie
on the Yale Road, which was flush-coated during the previous year, was treated with additional
flush-coat of 80-per-cent. asphalt. The flush-coating work done on this section during the
previous year had stood up under the exceptionally heavy traffic exceedingly well, with only
one or two minor breaks during the period while the frost was coming out of the ground.
The gravelled section of the Yale Road from Fry's Corner to the easterly limit of the district
boundary was maintained fairly satisfactorily by two power-graders of Canadian make, each
machine having maintained about 10 miles of road. Owing to the ever-increasing traffic on this
highway, it will be necessary to add more maintenance equipment to keep a smooth surface on
the road. About 5 miles of the Yale Road were regravelled during the year by Government
forces.
The Yale Road was satisfactorily maintained throughout the winter until the frost started
to come out of the ground, at which time the surface of the road began to break up so badly
that it was impossible to cope with the situation, and it became necessary to close the road to
all bus and truck traffic in excess of 1 ton capacity on pneumatic tires. This condition lasted
for three weeks, and it no doubt worked considerable hardship on the residents of the Fraser
Valley. This condition is due, largely, to lack of drainage along the road, but this can only be
remedied by reconstruction of the whole road, and steps are being taken with this in view during
the coming fiscal year. I wish to express my appreciation of the co-operatio'n of the transportation companies and public in general in complying with the order closing the roads to traffic.
During the winter, with the use of a departmental shovel, drainage-ditches were dug along
the Pacific Highway paving on Peterson Hill, where the paving has been breaking up badly
from lack of drainage.    About 10,000 yards of material were excavated in this operation.
Construction.—The most important piece of construction undertaken during the year was
the revision for alignment and grade of the Clayton Hill, on the Yale Road, in Surrey Municipality. This work consisted of reducing the grade from 16 to 8% per cent, and the elimination
of dangerous curvature on the hill. The revision of the grade was accomplished by making a
thorough-cut through the hill, having an average depth of about IS feet. The, material from
this cut was used to raise the grade of the road along the Serpentine Flats 5 feet, thus eliminating the flooding of this section of the road every spring. This work was very satisfactorily
and economically carried out by contract.
The reconstruction of the Yale Road west of Aldergrove for a distance of 2 miles, which
was laid out and started during the last fiscal year, was completed during the spring by day-
labour.
Surrey Municipality surfaced 1 mile of the McLellan Road with asphalt-emulsion penetration, the Department contributing 50 per cent, of the cost. On the same basis Surrey Municipality also surfaced 2 miles of the Scott Road. The Municipality of Delta carried out % mile
of surfacing on the Boundary Bay Road on a 50-50 basis in conjunction with the Department.
Location—Roads.—With a view to having work prepared for an early start on the reconstruction of the Yale Road, three survey parties were placed in the field in January, one party
working from Clayton Hill to Langley Prairie, one party from Murrayville to Otter Road, and
one party from Abbotsford westward. These surveys were made with a view to relocating this
important highway on the best engineering lines with regard to gradients, alignment, and
drainage.
Bridges.—The work of replacing the wooden bridges at Bear and Cub Creeks on the Pacific
Highway with concrete culverts, which was started at the end of the last fiscal year, was completed during this year by day-labour. During January and February the fills were made for
these culverts, the material being obtained from drainage-ditch excavations on Peterson Hill.
The trestle approaches of the Canoe Pass Bridge were completely renewed and also the
upper part of the pier on the west end of the swing-span.
The Serpentine River Bridge on the Pacific Highway, which was originally about 2 feet
above the grade of the pavement, was lowered to pavement grade, thus eliminating one of the
danger-points where several accidents   (one being fatal)  have occurred.
General repairs were carried out on all bridges in the district.
Ferries.—The Barnston Island Ferry was hauled out on the ways and generally repaired
and overhauled.    This ferry has given fairly satisfactory service, although it is becoming too S 16 PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1928-29.
small and too old for the service it is required to perform.    During the year it made 2,906 trips
and carried 8,101 passengers.
General.—All the employees of the Department in this district gave loyal and efficient
service.
DEAVDNEY DISTRICT.
Maintenance.—The usual maintenance-work was carried out. Owing to heavy frosts in the
late winter, trouble was anticipated during the thaw. The Dewdney Trunk Road was closed
for three weeks to all bus and truck traffic, save 1-ton trucks on pneumatic tires, carrying a net
load not exceeding 1 ton.
Two infractions of this regulation were dealt with in the Courts and in each case the guilty
parties were convicted and fined.
During this period the roads broke down very badly, but the light traffic was kept moving
through the efforts of the maintenance-gangs, which were heavily reinforced to enable them to
cope with the situation.
Gravel Surfacing.—The cut-off across Stave Flats, grading of which was completed last
year, was gravelled and opened to traffic on July 1st. This cut-off eliminates 2 miles of dangerous road in the Stave Canyon and shortens the distance to Mission by 3% miles. The many
favourable comments received show how much this work is appreciated by the travelling public.
The diversion of the loco-Port Moody Road, which was constructed last year, was gravelled
and opened to traffic in June. This diversion carries the traffic by an overhead crossing over
the C.P.R. main-line and eliminates a level crossing on the C.P.R. spur to loco.
Bituminous Surfacing.—Asphaltic-mulch surfaces were laid as follows: In Port Moody, on
Section Ia of the Dewdney .Trunk Road, 1 mile; in Coquitlam Municipality, on Section 1 of the
Dewdney Trunk Road, 1.2 miles; in Port Coquitlam, on Section 3 of the Dewdney Trunk Road,
1.4 miles.
The mulch surfaces have all come through the winter in fine condition and are standing up
under the heavy traffic admirably. Throughout the district this type of surfacing has to date
proved very serviceable and economical.
NICOMEN ISLAND HIGHAVAY PROTECTION.
The surveys for this work were commenced in October, 1928, and contracts were awarded
to the Fraser Construction Company and the General Construction Company, for Sections 4 and
3 respectively, in November. These sections covered protection from the Fraser River proper.
About the middle of December the contract for Section 2 was awarded to the Fraser Construction Company; this section covered protection from the Fraser River proper and from the
backwater of Nicomen Slough from the slough-mouth to Dewdney Bridge. In the first week of
January, 1929, the contract for Section 1 was awarded to the General Construction Company.
This was the largest section, covering, roughly, 7 miles along Nicomen Slough bank from'
Dewdney Bridge to Quaamitch Slough Bridge.
The specifications stipulated that the work was to be rushed through on twenty-four-hour
shifts, which was done in all cases. In February a most severe cold spell was encountered, the
temperature dropping below zero, with a high-velocity north-east gale blowing. This weather
was so severe that all work was closed down and seven weeks were lost, principally owing to
delay after the freeze-up, by reason of such a thickness' of frost-cake as to make it impossible to
use the material in the dykes. At the end of the fiscal year the work stood as follows: Section
1, 15 per cent, complete; Section 2, 88 per cent, complete; Section 3, 82 per cent, complete;
Section 4, 89 per cent, complete.
Throughout all sections the principle of outside borrow-pits was adhered to, and in Sections
2 and 4 the old dyke was repaired and held as a first line of defence, in order to allow the new
dykes to settle and become established before subjecting them to pressure from the freshet.
Concurrently with the protection-work, the construction of the new highway through the length
of \ATest Nicomen Island was carried on by our own forces.
The old Section 8, Dewdney Trunk Road, followed the windings of Nicomen Slough from
Dewdney Bridge to Deroche Bridge, and was eliminated by the new dyke on Section 1, which
followed the slough-bank also. A hew line was located which connects Dewdney Bridge and
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saves 1% miles in length over the old road, and is incomparably superior in the matter of alignment and width, the maximum curvature being 5° and the width throughout 30 feet. At the
close of the fiscal year the clearing, grubbing, and grading of the new road were about 35 per
cent, complete. This work of course was badly delayed by the heavy frost conditions and
rendered more costly, as it was necessary to push the first section from Dewdney Bridge through
in order that access might be maintained for the settlers when the Slough Road became eliminated, which objective was attained.
In regard to the whole work, it should be noted that twelve power-shovels were in action
simultaneously, besides tractors, pile-drivers, donkey-engines, etc., which probably represents the
greatest battery of machines ever assembled in one place on the Department's work. This great
assemblage of equipment working twenty-four hours daily was necessary in order to complete
the work prior to the 1929 Fraser River freshet.
RICHMOND-POINT GREY DISTRICT.
The Marine Drive was greatly improved by the widening and paving of the portion adjacent
to the University of British Columbia, towards which reconstruction-work the Department contributed its share of the cost. The remainder of this popular scenic drive was maintained in
splendid condition. Before handing over to the care of the City of Vancouver, with which Point
Grey was incorporated on January 1st, 1929, all the secondary highways were put in a good
state of repair. Considerable credit is due Municipal Engineer Greig for his earnest co-operation
during the years that maintenance-work was done jointly by the municipality and the Department in such classified highways. In Richmond Municipality the classified highways were kept
in good condition—portions of AAToodward Highway having been widened to take care of increasing traffic to the Ladner-AVoodward Ferry. This ferry was satisfactorily operated by subsidy,
the year's records showing that in over 3,000 round trips about 30,000 automobiles and almost
80,000 passengers were transported. . #
All of which is respectfully submitted.
E. H. Vernek,
District Engineer.
REPORT OP ENGINEER, DISTRICT No. 3, COMPRISING THE ELECTORAL
DISTRICTS OP KAMLOOPS, SALMON ARM, AND YALE.
District Engineer's Office,
Kamloops, B.C., July 6th, 1929.
P. Philip, Esq.,
Deputy Minister and Public Works Engineer,
Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I beg to submit annual report for the fiscal year 1928-29.
Roads.—General maintenance-work was carried out on all roads in the engineering district,
and owing to an extraordinary high and early high water serious damage was done to several
roads and bridges, particularly in the Yale District along Nicola Lake and on the Lower Fraser
in the Agassiz District.
The programme of widening and straightening roads was somewhat curtailed owing to the
necessity of repairing flood-damage, but considerable work of this nature was done later in
the season.
The summer was very dry and hot and gravel roads suffered owing to the fast traffic
loosening the earth or clay binder.
Improvements were made on the Merritt-Spences Bridge Road, Spences Bridge-Ashcroft
Road at the Ashcroft end, Kamloops-Savona Road, North Thompson East and West Side Roads,
Kamloops-Vernon Road, and Kamloops-Salmon Arm Road. Several miles of gravel were put
down on each of the above roads, using light shovels and trucks, which is by far the most
economical way of handling this class of work.
AVooden culverts are continually being replaced by metal pipe and small bridges where
possible are being replaced with metal pipe and fills. S 18 PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1928-29.
All major grade and alignment changes were carried out under Highway Loan, as it has
been found that district vote is barely sufficient to look after ordinary maintenance of existing
roads.
Cariboo Road.—The spring clean-out was fairly light and it is anticipated that it will get
lighter each year. Cisco Hill was completed by day-labour early in the season. Maintenance-
gangs were on all season and the road was kept in excellent condition. Further gravelling,
however, is necessary, particularly west of Hope, where the climate and traffic are hard on
the road.
Cariboo Highway Contract No. 3, Lytton-Spences Bridge.—This work was completed in
October and traffic passed over the road, though it was not then gravelled.
Trails.—Work was done on mining-trails to the Lydia Group, Red Top Mine, Mary Reynolds
Mine, and White Rock Mining Company. AVork was also done on mining-trails near Hope and
to the Cotton Belt Mine in the Salmon Arm District.
Bridges.—Considerable work, either repairs or replacements, was done on various bridges.
The only major bridge replaced in the district was at Savona. The substructure of this bridge
was started last year and was completed this fiscal year, as also was the steel superstructure.
The bridge still requires the concrete deck to complete.
Ferries.—General maintenance-work was carried out on all ferries. This work was heavy
on towers and cable owing to extreme high water. Several ferries on the North Thompson
were taken off during the high-water season owing to the dangerous condition of the river.
The ferryman at McLure Ferry, on the North Thompson River, was accidentally drowned
during the high-water season. The ferry-engine on Scotch Creek-Sorrento Ferry is due for
renewal.
Snow-ploughing was undertaken on all main roads during the winter and the snow-ploughs
supplied by the Department were found to be very satisfactory.
. General.—Maintenance charges on existing roads continue to increase. Travel is continuous
summer and winter since snow-ploughs have been working. Asphaltic binder is necessary on
main-travelled roads, and the Department's decision to carry out a certain amount of this work
each year will undoubtedly receive the commendation of the travelling public.
Labour conditions are good, but a better and more capable class of Road Foreman is necessary, as the days of teams are past. A foreman with a knowledge of machinery is now
necessary or he will be entirely in the hands of his mechanics.
The engineering district has now a good outfit of plant, which .is kept in good condition at
the Government garage.
Thanks are due the Department in Arictoria for prompt and sympathetic advice on all
matters referred to them and to the travelling officials in the Department of Finance.
Assistant District Engineers, General Foremen, and clerical staff have carried out their
duties faithfully and to the utmost limit of their capabilities.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
E. S. Jones,
District Engineer.
REPORT OF ENGINEER, DISTRICT No. 4.
District Engineer's Office,
Penticton, B.C., August 29th, 1929.
P. Philip, Esq.,
Deputy Minister and Public Works Engineer,
Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I beg to submit annual report for this district for the fiscal year 1928-29.
General maintenance-work was done on all roads early in the spring and improvements to
several of the worst sections of the main roads were being given attention when the extraordinary rising of water in all rivers and lakes diverted our efforts to the saving of what works
we could. Much labour was expended, with the result that damage to bridges was minimized,
but endeavours to protect roads were largely in vain; we had to let the rivers and lakes tear
out miles of good road-bed, and, in order to give service, worked night and day rebuilding and
making damaged roads passable for onto traffic. .. .r.
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Many devices were used to expedite the reconstruction-work, but the only one I shall record
is fascines made of willows bound with Page wire fencing. These fascines, about 4 feet in
diameter, were made where the willows grew and hauled to the work in trucks. They were
principally used as protection to roads running along lake-shores and subjected to damage by
wave-action. AVhen back-filled with coarse gravel they completely filled their purpose and
enabled us to do very rapid work. It is to be noted that, even although these willows were cut
in the middle of summer, many of them are now growing, and will thus afford even better and
more permanent protection than originally intended.
The town of Hedley was threatened with destruction by 20-Mile Creek, which is held in
place by a crib about % mile in length, well built about twenty-five years ago.
The extreme high water found the weak spots in this old crib, and after the water had
subsided an examination showed that the crib must either be rebuilt or some other means taken
to protect the banks. To rebuild the crib, which was an average height of 6 feet, would have
cost approximately $5 per lineal foot and would necessitate the disturbance of the consolidated
embankment. It was therefore decided to fill the front of the crib with boulders from the creek-
bed and protect the outside of this fill with a mattress of boulders held inside a galvanized-iron
wire-mesh envelope.    A serviceable protection was thus given at a cost of $2 per lineal foot.
A very interesting experiment is being made at Mission Creek, a large, quick-flowing stream
during high water, carrying a quantity of bar-forming gravel which causes it to meander, destroy
the low banks, and threaten public works and private property.
In the stream-bed and on the banks are many relics of former protection-works put in
principally by private enterprise, some of which have done good service, but the majority of
which have been destroyed by the upsetting of the crib and the consequent spilling of the
boulder-fill.
The action of the creek during the excessive high water made it necessary to do some
protection-work, and Mr. F. W. Groves, a civil engineer with twenty-four years of local
knowledge, suggested that we build groins with the apex up-stream and lying at an angle of
approximately 35° from the banks. This was done, the groins being about 15 feet wide, 6 feet
high, and 50 feet long, built of large boulders and completely enveloped in strong wire mesh.
These groins are expected to Mil the force of the current at the banks, and by doing so
cause silting and force the stream into the centre of the bed.
The small amount of run-off this spring did not test this method of protection, but there
was silting and changing of channel, which was satisfactory evidence of the ultimate success of
the scheme.
The Municipality of Penticton was confronted with the problem of protecting the business
portion of the town against damage by Penticton Creek. As a primary highway was affected,
we were called on to do our share and also to make recommendations as to the method of
protecting. Our suggested method, which was finally adopted, consisted of shaping the creek-
bed to a uniform cross-section, with bank-slope of 1% over 1, and placing a continuous mattress
on these slopes over a length of 2 miles of creek, the mattress consisting of large boulders laid
in No. 9 gauge 6-inch mesh galvanized-iron wire, cover-quilted where necessary. The cost of
this mattress, including preparing slopes, is !pi.35 per square yard.
The floods, whilst occupying a considerable amount of attention, did not prevent the making
of many permanent improvements, such as widening and realigning.
New roads were built at Joe Riche District, 1% miles; Coalmont-Blakeburn, 4 miles; and
the following roads were reconstructed: Peachland-AVestbank, 12 miles; Vernon-Kelowna, 6
miles; Copper Mountain, 6 miles; Richter Pass, 3 miles; LeLievre's Hill, % mile; Keremeos-
Hedley (Seven Devils section), 2V2 miles; Bridesville-Santa Rosa Summit, 10 miles; and
Franklin Camp, 2 miles.
In the fall we were supplied with a heavy tractor and grader, ripper and rotary scraper to
match.    These machines completely revolutionized road-construction.
A back-filler attached to the large-sized tractor proved a very satisfactory piece of equipment, especially on side-hill work.
All main roads throughout the district were kept open during the winter, the new snow-
removing equipment proving very satisfactory.
A considerable amount of work was done under the " Mines Development Act," including
trail-bridges, new trails reconstructed, and general betterment of existing mining-trails. S 20 PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1928-29.
The following important bridges were built: Mara, 130-foot Howe truss and 27 bays trestle ;
Shuswap, 130-foot Howe truss and 90-foot Howe truss; Ashnola, two 130-foot Howe-truss spans
(incomplete at end of fiscal year) ; Hedley, 68-foot king truss; and Christian Valley, 175-foot
stringer in rock-filled cribs.
Many minor bridges were rebuilt and all other bridges kept in general repair.
AVith the exception of the time it was ice-bound from February 6th to March 1st, the
Kelowna-AVestbank Ferry gave good service throughout the year.
Surveys and estimates were made for revisions of road at Rock Creek Canyon and the
Lake Shore Road between Summerland and Peachland.
I again express my appreciation of the splendid co-operation received from the Department
in Victoria and of the support of all assistants.
Respectfully submitted.
G. C. Mackay,
District Engineer.
REPORT OP ENGINEER, DISTRICT No. 5.
District Engineer's Office,
Court-house, Nelson, B.C., June 26th, 1929.
P. Philip, Esq.,
Deputy Minister and Public Works Engineer,
Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—-I beg to submit the following report covering the work carried out during 1928-29:—
NELSON ELECTORAL DISTRICT.
Maintenance operations covered 9% miles of street and roads, while sidewalks were extended and repaired where necessary.
In the South Nelson area considerable attention was given to drainage, many ditches having
been opened and culverts installed.
The usual snow-ploughing was also taken care of during the winter months.
ROSSLAND-TRAIL ELECTORAL DISTRICT.
General repairs, grading, ditching, and placing culverts were carried out on 90.75 miles of
roads, while the Department of Mines co-operated with us in opening up 4 miles of trail.
Highway Loan appropriations were available for gravelling 3 miles and widening and improving other 3 miles of the Castlegar-Trail Road, also for further rock surfacing and bituminous treatment on the Trail-Rossland Road.
Fifty-two miles of road were ploughed during the winter months, and automobile traffic
used at least 37 miles practically all through the winter.
CRESTON ELECTORAL DISTRICT.
In the Creston District we maintained 396.75 miles of road and 25 miles of trail, while we
had financial assistance from the Department of Mines on an additional 24 miles of road and
61.75 miles of trail.
Reconstruction, gravelling, and widening operations under Highway Loan were carried out
on eight main highways, the following being the most important: Canyon-Porthill, gravelling
4 miles; Creston-Goatfell, grading and widening east of Kitchener; Creston-Porthill, opening
up abandoned railway-grade; Kuskonook-Gray Creek, clearing 2.5 miles of right-of-way and
constructing section near Goat Creek; Nelson-Balfour, widening 2.25 miles ; Nelson-Oastlegar,
widening, grading, and gravelling 6 miles; Nelson-U.S. Boundary, constructing 4 miles of
diversions and gravelling 3.5 miles;   Salmo-Trail, constructing 1-mile diversion at Beaver Falls.
River-bank protection and opening of river-channels were carried out at Salmo, and Mill
Creek near Harrop.
Snow-ploughing operations covered 209 miles of road, and practically all of this mileage
was used by automobiles. CASTLEGAR FERRY OVER COLUMBIA RIVER.      PROVINCIALLY OWNED ASD OPERATED jiS A FREE FERRY.
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KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT.
Usual maintenance-work was looked after on 380 miles of road and 320 miles of trail, while
the Mines Department assisted financially on 60 miles of road and 200 miles of trail.
The most important Highway Loan projects were the completion of construction of the
Slocan City-Silverton Road between 10-Mile and Slocan City by contract and the opening-up of
the old Kaslo-New Denver Road by day-labour.
The former represented the heaviest construction undertaken in AArest' Kootenay, Mile 1
containing 45,500 cubic yards of solid-rock excavation.
Clearing and burning were completed on 14.5 miles of right-of-way between Summit Lake
and Rosebery;   140 miles of roads were ploughed during winter.
REVELSTOKE ELECTORAL DISTRICT.
One hundred and fifty-six miles of road and 88 miles of trail were maintained in the Revelstoke District and assistance was given by the Department of Mines on 73 miles of trail; 136
miles of road were ploughed for winter use.
Highway Loan operations included widening, grading, and gravelling north, south, and west
of Revelstoke, the continuation of the Big Bend Road % mile north of Carnes Creek, the construction of 3% miles of the Sidmouth-Sproat Road, and about 4 miles of settlers' roads.
Bridges.—The principal bridges constructed or reconstructed during 1928-29 were as
follows:—
Creston District: One 120-foot pile trestle; one 100-foot Howe-truss span and 120-foot
Howe-truss span with four bents of pile approach; one 60-64-foot king-truss span with 114-foot
pile-trestle approach.
Rossland-Trail District: 1,400 lineal feet of foot-bridge alongside Columbia River traffic-
bridge at Trail.
Kaslo-Slocan District: Four 60-64-foot king-truss spans, two on cribs and two on pile abutments ; one 140-foot Howe-truss span on pile piers; one 100-foot and one 120-foot Howe-truss
spans on pile piers with four bays of pile approaches.
Revelstoke: One 185-foot pile trestle; one 380-foot pile trestle; one 150-foot Howe-truss
span on pile piers;  two 60-64-foot king-truss spans on crib abutments.
Repairs were made on approximately 180 bridges throughout the engineering district and
800 lineal feet of bridges were replaced by culvert and fill.
All ferries in the district worked successfully during the year and new barges with greater
car capacity and increased engine-power were installed at Castlegar and Nelson.
The following ferry statistics are interesting:—
Nelson Ferry.—Autos and trucks carried: Calendar year 1920, 5,886; calendar year 1928,
50,416.
Castlegar Ferry.—Autos and trucks carried: Calendar year 1920, 1,527; calendar year
1928, 32,921.
Heaviest day's traffic, Nelson Ferry, 400 motor-vehicles, July 28th, 1928; heaviest day's
traffic, Castlegar Ferry, 376 motor-vehicles, August 5th, 1928.
The foregoing figures show to some extent the increase of traffic on our trunk highways, and
during the summer months particularly we are finding it extremely difficult, even with regular
maintenance, to keep a smooth surface.
I have again to express appreciation of the loyalty of all my assistants, whom I believe
have done their best to obtain results.
I also wish to thank the Department officials, who have all shown a willingness to help us
on every possible occasion.
Respectfully submitted.
Wm. Ramsay,
District Engineer. S 22 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1928-29.
REPORT OF ENGINEER, DISTRICT No. 6.
District Engineer's Office,
Cranbrook, B.C., September 12th, 1929.
P. Philip, Esq.,
Deputy Minister and Public Works Engineer,
Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I beg to submit the following report for the fiscal year 1928-29:—
Public works developments in East Kootenay were numerous and important, well over half
a million dollars being expended on roads, bridges, buildings, river-bank protection, and other
works.
The outstanding bridge-work was the completion early in June of the new steel bridge over
the Kootenay River at AArardner. This marked an epoch, being the first steel highway-bridge
in East Kootenay. Another important bridge job is that at Elkmouth, where the old bridge,
which had a trestle approach of about 1,000 feet, is being renewed in a better location, and a
permanent fill is taking the place of the long trestle.
At Wilmer a bridge was built over the Columbia River to give all-year-round service, where
formerly there was only a winter pontoon bridge. At Parson, about 22 miles south of Golden,
another bridge was built over this same river, replacing the old ferry which had been there
for about ten years.
At Invermere there was erected a new building combining lockup and constable's quarters,
and at Natal-Michel a fine stone school-house was built in conjunction with the Crow's Nest
Pass Coal Company.
In road-construction the following important projects were proceeded with : Cranbrook—
Kimberley; McGinty, a road leading out of Kimberley to connect with points north ; Island
Pond Diversion on the Kootenay-Columbia River Highway; numerous smaller diversions on .
this highway from AVardner to Golden; a new road from Golden to Moberly; West Side Road
between Invermere and Dutch Creek; Brisco Road, raising above flood-level across flats of the
Columbia River; Trans-Provincial Highway, numerous improvements from Goatfell to Crows-
nest, notably between Curzon and Goatfell, at the junction of the Fort Steele Road, at AVardner,
between Elko and Fernie, in converting the abandoned Great Northern Railway grade to a
highway, and along Carbon Creek: Corbin Road (this is entirely new construction, no road
having previously existed to the coal-mining town of Corbin) ; Edwards Lake Diversion, a link
in the general improvement plan of roads south of Elko. In addition, a large mileage of farm-
roads were either built or improved and many mining-trails received attention.
Road-oil was used for the first time in the district, the main streets of Golden and also the
roads around the St. Eugene Hospital at Cranbrook being successfully treated for dust-laying.
A few subdivision plans were submitted for approval. These were mostly transfers of
parcels of land, and did not involve extensive town-planning consideration, but simply an inspection as to whether roads and streets shown thereon were suitably located for economic
construction and proper provision for access to adjacent lands.
In an effort to keep the public highways as free and unobstructed as possible, no permits
were issued allowing gasoline-pumps to be installed on the right-of-way. AVhen applications of
this nature came up, it was generally found feasible to place the pumps on private property
just off the road allowance.
Some permits were issued to individuals and to companies to construct irrigation and water
channels or pipe-lines across the highways, but here again every effort was made to confine these
as far as possible to space that would not obstruct the roads. Marysville, owing to the pollution of Mark Creek by the large population at Kimberley, 4 miles above, was given a water-supply
from a clear spring by the Consolidated Mining and Smelting Company, and for this purpose a
permit was issued to construct the pipe-line along and across the main road. The East Kootenay
Power obtained a permit for its power-line to Coal"Creek, and an application was received from
a company in Golden to install an electric-lighting system for the town.
Flood-damage in East Kootenay was very small compared to what happened in other parts
of the Province. By means of river-bank protection, suitable bridge foundations, ample clearance for drift under the bridges, and by other works we have by degrees greatly minimized
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All the main roads were snow-ploughed this year, it being the first attempt to keep open
such an extensive mileage.
Tourist traffic generally throughout the district was heavier than previously.
Labour conditions were normal and, on the whole, optimism prevailed in all branches of
work and industry.
I have great pleasure in again recording the loyal support and excellent service of both the
indoor and outdoor officials, and I wish to thank you and your staff for helping us over many
difficulties and for the kindly spirit you have caused to prevail.
Respectfully submitted.
J. C. Brady,
District Engineer.
REPORT OF ENGINEER, DISTRICT No. 7.
District Engineer's Office.
Court-house, Prince Rupert, B.C., December 5th, 1929.
P. Philip, Esq.,
Deputy Minister and Public Works Engineer,
Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I have pleasure in submitting annual report for the year 1928-29.
SKEENA DISTRICT.
During the past fiscal year almost $200,000 has been expended in the maintenance, construction, and reconstruction of roads.    The more important work may be described as follows:—
Prince Rupert Highway.—Beament Diversion: Involving 1.66 miles between Smithers and
Hazelton, thereby eliminating two very dangerous level railway crossings as well as a section of
very narrow road with bad grades. The new road-bed is of standard width, with good alignment
and very easy grades. Two expensive dry rubble walls were constructed along the toe of the
railway fills and one trestle 110 feet in length.*
Widening to standard width and gravelling of a 15-mile stretch of this highway between
Moricetown and Mud Creek. AVork was done with two tractors, one gravel-loader, and four
trucks.
AVidening and gravelling of this highway over 3 miles between Hubert and Smithers and
Y2 mile of road between Smithers and Moricetown.
Extension of this highway west of Kitsequekla Indian Village a distance of 3% miles,
involving heavy side-hill cuts in cemented gravel and one very bad mud-slide. AArork occupied
a gas-shovel and two tractors from May to August.
Extension of this highway between Usk and Terrace, distance 3% miles, involving considerable rock-work, which was handled by an air-compressor and one tractor.
Nine and a quarter miles of the right-of-way between Cedarvale and Terrace and 2% miles
between Hazelton and Cedarvale were slashed and burnt.
A valuable improvement was made to the Prince Rupert Highway around Lake Kathlyn by
rebuilding Kathlyn Creek Bridge and approaches, and by widening and gravelling 3 miles on
the west side.
Copper River Suspension Bridge (span 250 feet) was built as a link in the Prince Rupert
Highway between Usk and Terrace.
On the Lakelse Road 4V> miles of right-of-way slashing were completed between the north
end of Lakelse Lake and the Hot Springs.
Owing to a cloudburst 1 mile of road and 2 miles of trail on the Driftwood Creek Road were
washed out, necessitating rebuilding.
During fall and winter a survey of existing roads between the east boundary of the district
and Smithers was made. The total mileage of 96 miles thus surveyed was established by
notice in the Gazette.
Eight additional bridges were constructed, thirty-four repaired and maintained, and four
reconstructed.
The seven ferries in the district were maintained and operated satisfactorily throughout the
year, at a total cost of about $10,000. Surveys covering a distance of approximately 30 miles were made for the Prince Rupert
Highway. The work was carried out by day-labour and was very good. More assistance is
necessary in engineering supervision during the construction of main highways.
ATLIN DISTRICT.
Roads and trails constructed, reconstructed, and maintained throughout this district, including work done under " Mines Development Act," were carried out at an expenditure of $101,665.
In addition to this, the Stewart-Hyder Road was widened and treated with two applications of
tarvia at a total cost of $34,456.
One of the most important undertakings in this district was the extension of the wing-dam
on the Bear River in order to protect the town of Stewart. This work should be carried on
until any chance of danger is eliminated. It is quite conceivable that if the Bear River overflowed its banks in the direction of Stewart, the town would be completely wiped out.
Considerable aid was given to mining enterprises by the construction of future trails to
open up promising areas.
PRINCE RUPERT DISTRICT.
During the last fiscal year the sum of $127,053 was expended on the reconstruction and
maintenance of roads and trails.
Construction-work included the completion of the Port Clements Plank Road, the completion
of the Skidegate—Queen Charlotte Road, the extension of the Masset-Tow Hill Road, and the
completion of the Prince Rupert Highway, Kaien Island section, Mile 5. In regard to the Port
Clements-Tlell Road, a distance of 12 miles was constructed on muskeg and is probably the only
road of its kind in the Province. This type of construction (longitudinal planking) is imperative,
as there is absolutely no road material on the whole distance, and it is impossible to develop
a satisfactory draining system in this level tundra country. It is the intention at some future
date to gradually haul material and fill between the planks and widen the road-bed. It may
be said to be the cheapest form of construction in a country of this nature where the traffic is
light, but the gross load should be limited to 2.5 tons. This method has been found very
satisfactory in the Masset District, where the planks can be laid on sand. The life of this road
may be said to be approximately eight years.
It is noted that where there has been constant engineering supervision a much better and
more permanent class of road is constructed. Too much attention cannot be given to this factor
and the expenditure involved is a very small matter compared with the results obtained.
Bridges.—A number of bridges were repaired and reconstructed at a total cost of $6,168.
Respectfully submitted.
AV. K. Gwyer,
District Engineer.
REPORT OF ENGINEER, DISTRICT No. 8.
Prince George, B.C., July 12th, 1929.
P. Philip, Esq.,
Deputy Minister and Public Works Engineer,
Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I have the honour to submit my annual report for the fiscal year ended March
31st, 1929.
FORT GEORGE DISTRICT.
The general programme for the season got away to a good start early in April and was
vigorously carried out in the many sections of the district, where marked improvements were
made. Excellent weather conditions throughout the season facilitated the work, especially that
of maintenance, which can be an expensive item in the district should unfavourable weather be
experienced.
Cariboo Road (Prince George-Woodpecker).—Heavy traffic over this road, which commenced
early in the season, made it necessary to resurface with gravel several sections of a low-lying
nature, and in addition 6 miles of new gravel were laid, leaving sand on approximately 2 miles
of natural surface, which will ultimately be brought up to standard. RASER RIVER BRIDGE,  QUESNEL.      THREE 177-FOOT AND TWO  150-FOOT TIMBER HOWE TRUSSES.
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North of Prince George the road was widened where required and iy2 miles of gravel laid
in the vicinity of Salmon River.
Prince George-Yellowhead.—AVork on this highway was pushed ahead as fast as funds
would permit. East of Giscome a 6-mile stretch of new road was constructed along the shore
of Eagle Lake, involving a heavy yardage inside cut, the work being economically accomplished
with a %-yard gas-shovel. Gravelling was continued between Prince George and Giscome and
at the end of the season only a few short sections of this 30 miles of road were left unsurfaced.
During the latter part of the year a survey of the 30-mile division between Aleza Lake and
Longworth was carried out in order that contracts of this proposed construction could be let
early in 1929. The existing road on the eastern end of this highway between McBride and
Tete Jaune was much improved by continued widening and repairing.
• Fort George-Hazelton.—The most important work carried out on this road was surfacing
with gravel approximately 4 miles of the new Swede Creek Cut-off, the balance of 4 miles being
left for another season. Other shorter sections were given attention in the vicinity of Prince
George and Mud River.
Fort George-Chief Lake.—Reconstruction of 3 miles of the existing road at Chief Lake
was accomplished, being part of the scheme calling for an entirely new location of the highway
between Prince George and this northern settlement.
Ness Lake Road.—This road was regraded for a distance of 10 miles, thereby providing the
settlement north of Isle Pierre with a good all-season route to Prince George. An extension
west of Ness Lake was planned for another year.
General improvements were carried out on all other less important roads in the district and
several isolated settlements were provided with a better outlet.
PEACE RIVER DISTRICT.
In the Peace River District, where the supervision of the work has been placed in charge of
an Assistant Engineer, many miles of new road allowances were opened up in order to cope with
the ever-increasing number of new settlers coming into the district.
Rolla Landing Road.—This road was relocated in part and improvements made by widening
the Peace River Hill. Between Rolla and Fort St. John the road was regraded and many new
drainage structures constructed.
Sunset Road.—This road was given attention by grading and additional new culverts.
Bridges.—The most important structure erected during the year was at Dore River, McBride,
where a 100-foot Howe truss with pile piers and approaches was constructed by day-labour, the
work being extremely well carried out. Coast timber was used for the main members and local
material for the decking, etc.
A 70-foot span was erected over the Pouce Coupe River near Pouce Coupe, which provided
a much-needed outlet for the settlement east of that village.
Several lengthy pile trestles were constructed and many small stringer bridges were eliminated by substituting culverts and filling.
OMINECA DISTRICT.
Fort George-Hazelton Road.—This main artery, which extends from the east to west
boundary of the Omineca District, was subject to much improvement. AVest of Vanderhoof
the new Fort Fraser Cut-off was extended westward for 3 miles, leaving approximately 2.5 miles
to connect up next season, which when completed will materially shorten the distance between
these two important centres.
At Endako 1 mile of gravelling was laid east from that point and 1.5 miles of reconstruction were carried out in order to provide better alignment and reduce a number of heavy grades.
Between Burns Lake and Forestdale gravelling operations were continued where most essential, and the Forestdale Cut-off was extended 2.5 miles, the work being economically carried out
with a Marion steam-shovel.
Many desirable improvements were accomplished through the Bulkley Valley, where the
narrow stretches of road, particularly at the South Bulkley River, were widened by gas-shovel,
and the dangerous Cody Hill relocated and constructed on a much-improved grade.
Burns Lake-Francois Lake and Ootsa Lake.—General maintenance as far as Francois Lake
was all that could be attempted on this highway; the bulk of the work being carried out on S 26 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1928-29.
the worst sections of the road south from Southbank to Ootsa, where 5 miles of reconstruction
were undertaken and a gravel surface laid on the new road-bed.
Colleymount Road.—Additional construction was carried out towards Nadina, but the heavy
nature of the work would not permit the completion of this project, which had to be left for
another season.
Vanderhoof-Sturgeon Point.—A new route via AVebber Lake was completed, requiring the
construction of 4% miles of graded road. This change provides outlet for the AVebber Luke
Settlement and has eliminated 5 miles of the original road. Between the Stuart River Bridge
and Mandalay some straightening and widening of the existing road was accomplished.
Vanderhoof-Fort St. James.—Necessary reconstruction of portions of this much-travelled
road was again carried out in the vicinity of Miles 15 and 20 and at Siwash Meadows, several
bad hills being much improved by widening and gravelling.
The lengthy trail system through the northern part of the district was given attention where
needed and possible.
Mining-roads.—Due to renewed activity in the mining industry, much attention had to be
given to the improvement and construction of several mining-roads and trails, the chief work
being the building of 22 miles of sleigh-road from Houston to the Owen Lake Mining Company's
project near Owen Lake.
Ferries.—There was no new construction, but all the existing ferries were overhauled
during the season.    The usual extra summer service was provided at Francois Lake.
A new Ruston gas-shovel was provided and has been primarily responsible for the successful
reconstruction programme outlined above.
I again wish to pay tribute to the whole staff for the general interest taken in the work.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
A. Dixon,
District Engineer.
REPORT OF ENGINEER, DISTRICT No. 9.
District Engineer's Office,
AVili.iams Lake, B.C., November 15th, 1929.
P. Philip, Esq.,
Deputy Minister and Public Works Engineer,
■Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I beg to submit the following report of work carried out during the fiscal year ended
March 31st, 1929 :—
CARIBOO DISTRICT.
General maintenance was carried out on approximately 1,400 miles of earth and gravel
roads, particular attention being paid to drainage; old ditches were cleaned out and approximately $1,500 worth of metal pipe installed; 151 miles of earth roads were added to our register
and 63 miles of earth roads were improved to a higher type by clearing, grading, and ditching;
11 miles of existing earth roads were reconstructed and 37 miles gravelled; 34 miles of entirely
new construction were carried out, of which 5 miles were gravelled and 12 miles of new right-
of-way cleared.
Snow-removal.—With the exception of the Barkerville Road, this work was undertaken for
the first time, and, considering the limited equipment available, splendid work was done, 418
miles being kept open.
Bridge-work.—The most important structure was the Quesnel Bridge over the Fraser River,
carried out partly by contract and partly by day-labour. A number of smaller bridges were
built and general maintenance carried out on all structures.
Ferries.—All ferries were kept in repair and one new ferry built. Owing to a bad landslide
the new Soda Creek Ferry had to be moved back to its old site and the eld boat put on the old
cable again.
Trails.—Twenty-five miles of new trails were constructed and approximately 200 miles
maintained under provisions of the " Mines Development Act." '^
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LILLOOET DISTRICT  (NORTH).
All the roads in this district were maintained throughout the year and were in exceptionally
good condition all through the open season. When the freeze-up came they were is splendid
condition.
Maintenance in most instances consisted of a thorough grading as the frost came out of the
ground. On the main roads two tractor-drawn graders and a power-grader were worked
together, getting the work done quickly and cheaply. Some gravelling was done on stretches
of the road which most needed it.
The tractor-drawn graders and two power-graders were kept busy regrading the roads as
traffic damaged them. This did not cost much and gave great satisfaction to the travelling
public.
No snow fell till the second week in January, and as a consequence nearly all drivers took
out their car licences early. AVhen the snow came it was deep and drifted badly. A hydraulic
backfiller working on a Cletrac 30 was worked on Bridge River Road and gave excellent results,
while a power-grader fitted up with a plough and snow-blade gave very fine service on the
Cariboo Road and in the Marble Canyon. A 2-ton truck was used around Lillooet to keep the
road broken.
Several improvements of major importance consisting of 8 miles of reconstruction were
made out of the District Vote funds. The power-shovel was used to good advantage and
practically all dangerous corners widened and narrow stretches cleaned out to give at least
a clear width of 16 feet on main roads.
A total of $46,000 was expended out of the Loan, the work done consisting of 21 miles of
construction, 59 miles widening (in many places to 22 feet), and 12 miles gravelling. A great
number of old wooden culverts were replaced with iron and fills made to replace old timber
structures.
Bridge-work.—No major bridge-work was undertaken during the year, but ordinary repairs
were made on seventeen bridges and a rock-filled crib put in at Gun Creek to hold the creek in
its present channel.
Ferries.—Cottages were built at Big Bar and High Bar for the use of the ferrymen and
their families.    All ferries were kept in repair and gave good service to the public.
Trails.—Ten miles of new trail were built and existing ones maintained under provisions of
the " Mines Development Act."
Waterworks.—A concrete dam was built at the intake, Clinton Creek, and a 6-inch wire-
wound double burlap-wrapped pipe was laid to the Clinton Court-house, giving a head of 160
feet therefrom. Connections were made to all Government Buildings and a hydrant installed
opposite the Court-house.
A great deal of the work accomplished this year could never have been attempted if it had
not been for the introduction of the Equipment Fund.
I wish to acknowledge the support given me by the outside and inside staffs and to the
co-operation and assistance of the staff at Victoria.
Respectfully submitted.
H. L. Hayne,
District Engineer.
REPORT OP CHIEF ARCHITECT.
DePj\rtment of Public Works,
Victoria, B.C., September 22nd, 1929.
P. Philip, Esq.,
Deputy Minister and Public Works Engineer,
Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—It gives me great pleasure to submit for your consideration the annual report of the
Architectural Branch for the fiscal year ended March 31st, 1929.
Mental Hospital, Essondale.—The greater part of our work during this fiscal year has been
the designing of the new Female Chronic Building, addition to Power-house, Nurses' Home,
Apartment Block, and addition to the Farm-Cottage at Colony Farm in connection with the S 28 PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1928-29.
above institution. It has perhaps been the largest work carried out by this Branch, and I am
pleased to say that by economy in planning we were able to come considerably within our first
estimate, and it has made possible the erection of a part of a new Infirmary and Areterans'
Unit in connection with this institution.
The Branch received many complimentary remarks from the General Contractors' Association and the press on the excellence of our plans and specifications prepared for these buildings.
These remarks have given a great deal of pleasure and satisfaction to the members of this
Branch, in that we have accomplished something of merit; it also gives us an incentive to go
even further in our endeavour to make our plans and specifications the model for others to
aim at.
I can assure you that those now under preparation for the Veterans' Unit will be even
better than the last.
An excellent start on the work has been made, and I feel sure that the work will be a
credit to every one concerned, as we are receiving the greatest co-operation from the various
contractors and sub-contractors engaged on these buildings.
Workmen's Compensation Board and Labour Building.—This building, owned by the
Government and leased formerly to the School Board of Arancouver, has been replanned for the
use of the above department of the Government service, along with other departments, to relieve
the congestion at the Court-house in Arancouver.
A good start has been made on the work and I consider that it will render excellent service
for many years to come.
Tranquille Sanatorium.—The work on the various units at this institution, commenced last
year, has been completed during this fiscal year. I am happy to say that the work has come
up to our expectations, and it makes it possible for this institution to adequately take care of
the patients formerly unable to obtain treatment for lack of accommodation.
The completion of this work, I believe, completes the scheme at this institution for large
medical units, and any further projected work will be of great magnitude.
University of B.C.—The Branch designed a large gymnasium for the students, who are
financing the building of it by their own funds, the building afterwards becoming the property
of the University. A design for the base of the new flag-pole was prepared and submitted to
the British Columbia Loggers' Association, which has donated the pole and signified its wish
to erect it complete with base.
University Endoivment Lands.—AA'e have continued the policy of examining plans for houses,
etc., to be erected on this area. I feel, however, that better results might be obtained if this
Branch designed any units to be erected by the Government on this area, rather than establishing another staff for this purpose by the Lands Department.
Saanich Mental Home.—Plans were prepared for a new Staff Residence for the staff at
this institution, with the object of providing better housing conditions for the employees and
at the same time giving more accommodation for patients, who will occupy the space in the
institution formerly occupied by the staff.
This procedure will be quite economical, as we are able to house the staff in a cheaper type
of structure than that used for patients.
Lockups.—The following standard lockups were erected during the year: Athalmer, Alert
Bay, ami Burns Lake. Several large additions and alterations were effected at other
detachments.
Schools.—The following rural schools were erected during the year: 1 one-room school,
1 one-room addition, and 1 four-room high school.
We also supplied various School Boards with plans and specifications of our standard plans
and gave them any advice in their problems.
Criticisms were made of plans submitted by outside architects for various schools throughout
the Province to which the Government gave grants.
Hospitals.—A new hospital at Bella Coola has been erected from plans prepared in this
Branch and a large addition planned and erected at Alberni. Sketches were prepared for
up-country hospitals at various points in the Province.
We have also examined plans prepared by outside architects for buildings to which the
Government contribute and given them any criticisms or advice we could thereon. REPORT OF CHIEF ARCHITECT. S 29
Repairs to Public Buildings.—The usual repairs to Government Building in Arictoria and
other points have been carried out and many improvements effected. I am happy to state that
we are gradually getting these buildings in a better state of repair.
I would like to see a greater grant given for this work than hitherto. AA'e would then be
able to effect a greater amount of improvement, and we could make it' possible to completely
put in repair several of the more important buildings instead of doing a little at a time.
They would then be easier and cheaper to maintain than they are at present.
I would also like to emphasize the importance of this Branch taking care of all maintenance of Government Buildings, furnishing and equipping same, in accordance with the "Public
AVorks Act."
I wish to thank you, Sir, for the privilege given me in visiting, along with Dr. Crease, the
various mental hospitals and associated buildings in Canada and United States. The visit was
most instructive and enabled me to keep up with the progression in the planning cf these
buildings. The visit has enabled me to effect a considerable financial saving on the Veterans'
Unit and Infirmary Building, and at the same time plan a more suitable layout than was
originally contemplated.
In conclusion, I wish to express my thanks to you, Sir, and Mr. Napier, and the various
District Engineers, for your co-operation and valuable assistance rendered in the work of this
Branch.
The staff of this Branch and tradesmen in connection with these buildings and other institutions have given me their loyal support, and I wish to express to them my sincere thanks, to
which I would like to couple Mr. H. L. Taylor, Inspector of Electrical Energy, and Mr. AValter
Leek, Consulting Engineers, on all our major problems.
The greatest harmony has continued to exist in our dealing with the heads of other departments, agency officials, and the medical and other staffs of tb.3 various institutions in carrying
out the work of this Branch.
Attached hereto is a photograph of the new 100-bed hospital at Tranquille, which I trust
may be of service to illustrate part of the work carried out by this Branch.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
Hy. AVhittaker,
Chief Architect. S 30
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STATEMENT SHOWING BITUMINOUS SURFACING UNDERTAKEN
During the Period 1924 to 1929.
Flush-coat.
Mulch
(Miles).
Year.
New Work
(Miles).
Resurfacing
(Miles).
Total
(Miles).
1924	
16.0
17.0
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7.0
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98.5
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94.3
15.4*
8.0
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2.0
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16 0
1925	
24 0
1926	
1927	
1928	
128.5
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137.0
1929	
17.0*
138.0
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Totals	
j 233.2
{    36.6*
263.8
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4.0
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501.0
77.2*
578.2
1929.
Note.—Figures for Mainland marked thus *.
Total miles—
Flush-coat   269.8
Resurfaced     282.2
Mulch      26.2
In addition, approximately 140 miles of road were treated with light oil  (dust-layer)   during the year STATEMENT OF ROCK AND GRAVEL.
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STATEMENT OF ROCK AND GRAVEL USED DURING
THE CALENDAR YEAR 1928.
Electoral District.
Rock.
Cu. Yds.
Purpose.
Gravel.
Cu. Yds.
Purpose.
Remarks.
'Alberni*....
Atlin	
Burnaby....
Cariboo	
Chilliwack
Columbia..
Comox	
Cowichan-Newcastle
Cranbrook	
Creston	
Delta	
Dewdney	
Esquimalt	
Fernie	
Fort George	
Grand Forks-Greenwood
Islands	
Kamloops	
Kaslo-Slocan	
Lillooet (North)	
Mackenzie (North)	
Mackenzie (South)	
Nanaimo	
New Westminster	
Nelson	
North Okanagan	
North Vancouver*	
Omineca	
1,423
8,200
2,146
1,000
11,100
6,991
Construction..
Construction-
Construction..
Maintenance..
Cost  approx.
$1.65 per yd.
in fill
Construction..
11,840
8,600
2,200
24,217
2,901
7,623
18,788
5,831
10,237
17,839
3,044
3,913
12,011
1,330
14,837
8,050
1,400
1,408
2,878
3,256
3,106
1,416
200
150
7,500
295
4,856
2.615
Construction....
Maintenance....
Maintenance &
construction
Maintenance....
Construction....
Maintenance.—
'Maintenance....
Construction..
Maintenance..
Construction..
Maintenance..
Construction.,
Maintenance..
Construction..
Maintenance..
Construction..
IMaintenance..
Construction..
Maintenance..
Construction..
Maintenance..
For Alls	
Maintenance..
Construction..
Maintenance..
Construction..
Maintenance-
Maintenance..
Maintenance-
Maintenance..
Construction..
Maintenance..
Construction..
Maintenance..
Construction..
Maintenance..
Construction..
Maintenance..
Maintenance..
Maintenance..
Maintenance..
Maintenance..
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Roadside pits.
Roadside pits, day-labour.
Roadside pits, day-labour.
Mostly from Ross Pitt, S.E.
Vi iSec. 22, Tp. 13.
344  ciu  yds.  gravel at  10c.
purchased from J. Taylor,
Bowser.
534  cu.  yds.  gravel  at  10c.
purchased from Mrs. M. E.
Mitchell, Campbell River.
Day-labour.
Day-labour.    10c. per yd.
paid  various  property-
owners.
Day-labour.
Day-labour.
4,000 screened, day-labour.
Day-labour.
7,458 purchased from D. W.
Poppy at 10c. per yd.
Roadside   pits,   10c.   per   yd.
paid to owners.
550 of which was purchased
at 75c. per cu. yd. from
Producers Sand & Gravel
Co., Victoria.
Day-labour.
Day-labour.
Day-labour.
Day-labour.
Day-labour.
1,210 yds. gravel purchased
from Pioneer Sand & Gravel
Co. at $1.50 per cu. yd.
Day-labour.
Roadside pits, day-labour
Day-labour.
Day-labour.
Day-labour.
Day-labour.
Day-labour.
10c. per yd.
erty-owners
paid   to  prop-
Pits  located
at Nanaimo and Cedar.
From Burnaby Municipality.
Day-labour.
From   roadside   pits,   day-
labour.
* Return for 1928 not submitted ;   figures for 1927 taken.
8 S 34
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1928-29.
STATEMENT OP ROCK AND GRAVEL USED DURING CALENDAR YEAR 1928— Continued.
Electoral District.
Rock.
Gravel.
Remarks.
Cu. Yds.
Purpose.
Cu. Yds.
Purpose.
6,200
Construction
2,100
10,100
90
6,000
1,800
f   12,267
{     4,872
10,300
f   21,655
{      7,653
15,000
f      5,000
{      5,000
Maintenance
Maintenance
Richmond-Point Grey
Rossland-Trail	
1,546
300
200
Maintenance
Maintenance
Maintenance
Supplied  by McCleery  &
Weston, of Marpole.
Salmon Arm	
Maintenance
Skeena	
•
Maintenance	
Maintenance
Day-labour.
Yale	
Maintenance	
Totals :....
( 36,060
{   3,046
Construction
Maintenance
181,904
228,053
Maintenance	 DETAILS OP BRIDGE CONTRACTS.
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>.  STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
Vote 174. Minister's Office   $11,919.75
Vote 175. Administration     270,123.59
Vote 176. Maintenance of Parliament Buildings and Grounds   121,418.94
Vote 177. Government House   40,170.20
Vote 181. Steam-boiler Inspection   4,553.94
Vote 182. " Electrical Energy Inspection Act"   9,740.80
Total, Votes 174-177 and 181, 182       $457,933.22
(For details see Public Accounts, pages 169-177, 238, 239.)
Vote 178. Roads    $1,934,758.85
Bridges   277,942.52
Ferries     141,443.52
River-bank Protection   29,630.99
Traffic Operation   44,254.27
Wharves    2,402.70
Prince Rupert Wharf   8.971.25
Launch     4,082.37
Surveys   2,69S.82
Contingencies   8,237.50
     2,454,422.79
Vote 178a. Concrete Sidewalks, Fourth Avenue, Vancouver   $500.00
Vote 178rs. Local Roads within Organized Territory   7.643.89
Vote 179.  Cariboo Highway, Toll Section   21,064.95
Special Warrant No. 16.  Snow-removal Equipment   45,478.92
Special Warrant No. 17. Ashnola Bridge. Similkameen   19,358.68
Special Warrant No. 19.  Sandon Flume, Kaslo-Slocan   12,826.91
Vote 145. " Mines Development Act "   115,561.38
Vote 180. Repairs,  etc.,  to Government  Buildings   (except Parliament
Buildings and Government House)  140,897.97
         363,332.70
Capital Expenditure (Roads, Bridges, Ferries, etc.).
" B.C. Loan Act, 1925." Sec. 6 (a)—Roads  $1,743.08
"B.C. Loan Act, 1927," Sec. 0 (a) —
Roads       $412,522.23
Bridges ,..        134,264.97
  546,787.20
"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) —
Roads     $2,539,172.29
Bridges            619,539.57
Ferries   35,393.10
General Engineering  158.06
Equipment Fund          300.000.00
  3,494,263.02
" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a)—Roads  11,150.81
      4,053,944.11
" B.C. University Loan Act, 1920 "   95.25
Capital Expenditure (Buildings).
Vote 191. Buildings Generally   $17,338.14
"B.C. Loan Act, 1922," Sec. 6 (a)  3,779.46.
"B.C. Loan Act, 1923," Sec. 6 (c)  34,521.88
"B.C. Loan Act, 1927." See. 6 (5)  502,655.71
"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (6)  188,969.55
    747,264.74
$8,076,992.81 S 64 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1928-29.
EOADS, TEAILS, STEEETS, BEIDGES, WHAEVES, ETC.
ALBERNI DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1927," Sec. 6 (o) :  Roads.
Reg. No.
100. Canadian Highway   $2,643.23
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) : Roads.
2. Bay Road Culvert   $2,899.94
10. Central Lake   2,999.78
11. Siwash Gulch Bridge Fill (east)    4,277.14
12. Siwash Gulch Bridge Fill (west)   5,497.04
16. Beaver Creek Bridge Fill   10,324.06
100. Canadian Highway  ,.  15,999.83
156. Island Highway (relief-work, Wellington)   1,534.52
$43,532.31
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $46,175.54
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :  Bridges.
41. Canyon    $2,245.32
58. Cameron (east)   2,843.50
59. Cameron   (west)     2,874.64
95. River Bend   10,725.55
98. Sproat Falls  9,873.67
203. Canute   260.00
204. Hansen   255.55
208. Yeo     249.62
209. Trench    350.00
211. Cedar ,  107.84
216. War ,  134.00
217. Tennant's   97.90
220. Running   305.55
221. Long   206.03
222. Ravine   430.55
223. Gully     255.55
224. Teal     448.09
232. Fisherman's River  (west)    75.45
233. Fisherman's River (east)   75.45
241. Jensen     60.90
242. Michelsen  121.02
Total, Capital Account—Bridges        31,996.18
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments.:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Beaver Creek    $756.15
2. Best's   96.50
6. Batty    ,  286.84
10. Central Lake   1,135.32
11. Cherry Creek   198.05
13. Compton     56.44
16. Cowley   146.46
18. Tofino-Ucluelet     3,097.87
20. De Beaux   ,  324.61
27. Grandview   61.87
31. Hector  80.75
33. Holberg-Cape Scott  1,966.11
34. Kitsuksus ,  904.51
38. Lake Shore   844.21 -
40. Woodward   60.00
41. Rutherford     244.88
46. Mission   , :  63.00
Carried forward     $10,323.57    $78,171.72 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. S 65
ALBERNI DISTJRIOT— Continued.
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward     $10,32.3.57    $78,171.72
Reg. No.
47. McCoy Lake   402.00
51. Quatsino     368.59
55. Somers   106.50
56. Sproat Lake  340.81
82. Home Lake  144.50
100. Canadian Highway   10,307.31
103. Beaver Creek Wharf   193.13
104. Biological     239.62
109. Church  178.50
111. Departure Bay   382.80
112. Dumont   298.13
116. Tennah  139,00
117. Errington Cross   234.36
119. Fisher ,.  138.50
121. Grafton Avenue   693.13
125. Coombs   1,118.00
126. Greig     115.52
128. Wellington Lagoon   892.24
129. Lowery  190.00
137. North west Bay  212.00
140. Parksville Cross   576.87
148. Swayne   166.50
156. Island Highway   43,202.31
158. Hilliers    3,536.24
159. Wellington (Old Town)    266.20
160. Wright  93.75
164. Bellevue   129.88
171.  Clarke  172.37
174. Gilfillan    168.50
180. Winchester     192.88
185. Coombs Station   97.87
191. Gilbert   68.50
192. Ward     66.88
193. Garden  156.40
194. River     251.96
207. Bayne  ,....  267.50
210. Crescent   192.75
211. Fern  137.00
222.  Qualicum Settlement   94.75
224. Palmer  264.88
236. Peterson .-.. _  283.01
237. Garrett  256.41
238. Grice     228.87
239. Milligan    103.76
240. Shidler  ,  111.76
241. Taxada   89.50
242. Kinkade  ,  61.00
243. Plummer   ,  342.51
4a. Alberni City  (primary)    1,635.60
5a. Port Alberni (primary)    1,593.02
5b. River Road  (secondary)     412.81
39b. Beaver Creek Road (secondary)   186.70
Sundry roads  (units under $50)    1,185.46
66. Bamfield    ,  1,059.39
86. Limestone Island  61.75
90. Noot and Bland   52.00
91. Pachena ,  297.50
199. Peninsular   127.09
231. Hildebrand     51.12
233. Holberg Townsite   75.56
Sundry trails (units under $50)    185.70
Plant and tools   3,636.24
Carried forward     $89,158.96    $78,171.72 ALBERNI DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward     $89,158.96    $78,171.72
Materials Account   962.62
Supervision—Car Account   788.04
Total, Vote 178—Roads, Trails, etc       90,909.62
Vote 178—Bridges :   Maintenance.
Reg. No.
5. Millstream    .'.  $595.75
16. Beaver Cresk   252.94
20.  Englishman's River   79.85
31. Little Qualicum River   614.31
32. Crump's Gulch   121.21
36. Big Qualicum River   88.30
41. Canyon  51.30
52. Whisky Creek  165.32
53. Lockwood  59.70
54. Pipeline  59.20
56. Rock Bluffs  (west)    128.80
62. Chalet     268.50
82. Deer Creek   149.62
92. Roger Creek   68.25
104. Ward's   193.30
124. Batty    243.55
148. Haugen  144.90
149. Sanford's   86.25
185. Evenson   248.86
232. Fisherman's Riv.ir (west)   74.22
234. Holberg   :  76.50
325. Goodall   ,  91.00
326. Tye's  127.42
356. Mud Bay Trestle   120.40
Sundry bridges (units under $50)    954.32
Total Vote 178—Bridges :   Maintenance   5,063.77
Vote 178—Protection of River-banks.
Roger Creek   $67.50
Total, Vote 178—Protection of River-banks   67.50
Vote 178—Traffic Operation  (including Snow-removal Service).
10. Central Lake Road   $21.00
31.  Hector    12.38
34. Kitsuksus     1.13
100. Canadian Highway  553.96
117. Errington Cross  9.50
121. Grafton Avenue   8.50
156. Island Highway   335.68
158. Hilliers :  45.75
178. Pratt's     8.50
206. Bayne   13.00
4a. Alberni Primary   17.26
Total, Vote 178—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service)         1,026.66
Vote 145—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
Trails to Alberni Mines, Alberni   $300.00
Elk River Trail, Tofino   150.00
Road to Copper King Mineral Claims, Alberni  300.00
Total, Vote 145—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary   750.00
Total expenditure, Alberni District  $175,989.27 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
S 67
ATLIN DISTRICT  (NORTH).
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :  Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
1. Atlin-Surprise     $337.50
4. Birch Creek   61.00
5. Boulder Creek  165.00
8. Indian River  ,  146.00
10. McKee Creek  535.75
13. O'Donnel River   370.00
15. Ruby Creek  299.50
16. Atlin streets  422.00
17. Spruce Creek   580.50
19. Stephendike  249.00
42. Rainy Hollow   298.70
Big Horn Road   102.00
Sundry roads  (units under $50)    59.00
Supervision—
Salaries and expenses  '.  2,469.15
Autos     446.54
Materials and supplies ..'.  1,444.68
Plant and tools  1,971.73
Total, Vote 178—Roads, Trails, etc       $9,958.05
Vote 178—Bridges :   Maintenance.
5. Big Horn   $93.00
7.  Burdette   127.50
10. Fourth of July  ,  332.60
14. Gold Run  311.60
22. McKee :  71.50
26. McKee, No. 5  58.50
33. Surprise Lake Dam   392.98
36. Spruce    356.11
37. Spruce, No. 3  71.80
41. Upper Gold Run   215.30
43. Wilson  274.91
155. Nakina   163.15
35. Spruce, No. 1  228.41
Sundry bridges (units under $50)   183.50
Total, Vote 178—Bridges :   Maintenance          2,880.86
Vote 145—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
187. Stampede Trail  $249.50
Total, Vote 145—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary   249.50
Total expenditure, Atlin District (North)      $13,088.41
ATLIN DISTRICT  (SOUTH).
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6(a):   Roads.
Big Missouri Road   $155.38
Stewart-Hyder Road  :... 23,356.14
Bear River Road  a  20,744.54
Marmot Road   7,514.42
Kitsault River Trail  4.999.95
Bear River (protection)   3,399.03
Total, Capital Account—Roads .v     $60,169.40
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (re) :  Bridges.
85. Glacier Creek Bridge        $2,964.97
Total, Capital Account—Bridges          2,964.97
Carried forward     $63,134.43 S 68
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1928-29.
ATLIN DISTRICT (SOUTH) — Continued.
Brought forward     $63,134.43
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :  Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
103. Alice Arm Shore   $1,073.30
146. Alice Arm streets   942.70
62. Aiyansh-Sand Lake   184.00
63. Bear River   1,444.00
65. Grease Harbour-Cranberry   468.50
138. Irene Meadow  99.00
66. Salmon River   244.59
102. Stewart-Hyder    1,662.35
101. Stewart streets   9,340.58
152. Marmot River    372.75
68. Aiyansh-Grease Harbour   84.00
69. Aiyansh-Sand Lake Trail   1,064.50
67. American Creek   285.00
171. Copper Cliff -  115.00
119. East Creek   60.00
76. Esperanza     100.00
81. Grease-Cranberry (east)   76.50
83. Illiance  354.50
75. Kitsault (North-east Fork)   1,207.50
84. Kitsault Trail  3,656.37
100. LaRose Mine  197.00
88. Lime Creek   506.00
89. Marmot Trail (North Fork)   100.00
133. Roundy Creek  397.50
137. Vanguard   200.00
153. Standard    85.00
Bear River Diversion   1,419.59
Sundry roads (units under $50)  59.78
Supervision—
Salaries and office   3,917.75
Auto   96.93
Camp equipment  ,  364.00
Plant and tools  .,.  6,095.02
Material and supplies  5,743.55
Garage     274.60
Total, Vote 178—Roads, Trails, etc       42,291.86
Vote 178—Bridges :   Maintenance.
120. Alice Arm Suspension   $129.50
243. Ben Ali Creek   105.00
89. Siskinisht Slough   209.90
146. Kitsault East Creek  94.20
246. Washout Creek  150.00
72. Tooya  787.00
84. Gingit   200.00
85. Glacier Creek  227.25
248. Gitzogon, No. 1  115.00
249. Gitzogon, No. 2  65.00
250. Gitzogon, No. 3  104.00
251. Kitsault, No. 3   345.00
252. Aiyansh-Alice Arm, No. 2   120.00
Bear River, No. 2   86.50
Sundry bridges (units under $50)  355.70
Total, Vote 178—Bridges :   Maintenance         3,094.05
Vote 178—Ferries.
Aiyansh-Grease Harbour   $600.00
Total, Vote 178—Ferries   600.00
Carried forward  $109,120.34 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. S 69
ATLIN DISTRICT  (SOUTH)— Continued.
Brought forward  $109,120.34
Vote 178—Traffic Operation  (including Snow-removal Service).
Stewart    :         $480.50
Alice Arm   280.00
Total, Vote 178—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service)   760.50
Vote 145—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
American Creek   $262.40
Big Missouri   7,500.00
Independence   750.00
Bull Dog   992.95
Tide Lake  2,342.20
B.C.  Silver   1,000.00
Salmon River Road Extension  ,  2,438.70
Georgia River Trail   5,000.00
Kitsault (North-east Fork)   986.00
McGrath Mountain Trail   500.00
Bayview   360.75
Mobile    192.50
Washout Creek Trail  ,  180.00
Rufus-Argenta Bridge   195.28
Mountain Boy  150.00
Mayon  376.50
Bitter Creek   556.00
Total, Vote 145—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary        23,783.28
Total expenditure, Atlin District (South)   $133,664.12
ATLIN DISTRICT  (STIKINE).
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (re) :   Roads.
Telegraph-Dease Lake Road        $9,838.64
Total, Capital Account—Roads        $9,838.64
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (re) :  Bridges.
Keg. No.
245. Clearwater (North Fork)        $3,078.41
Total, Capital Account—Bridges          3,078.41
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :  Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
50. Glenora   $172.00
51. Telegraph-Dease    2,025.30
61. Telegraph streets   387.25
161. Clearwater   ,  366.00
52. Dease Lake Trail   346.00
56. Klappan Trail  374.00
59. Teslin Trail   203.50
Supervision—
Plant and tools   904.59
Material and supplies   144.13
Camp equipment   109.67
Office    5.39
Total, Vote 178—Roads, Trails, etc         5,037.83
Vote 178—Bridges :   Maintenance.
69. Tathlan Bridge        $1,038.31
Total, Vote 178—Bridges :   Maintenance          1,038.31
Carried forward     $18,993.19 S 70 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1928-29.
ATLIN DISTRICT (STIKINE)—Continued.
Brought forward     $18,993.19
Vote 145—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
Reg. No.
Clearwater Road        $2,000.00
53. Dease Creek Trail   824.69
Total, Vote 145—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary          2,824.69
Total expenditure, Atlin District  (Stikine)     $21,817.88
Summary.
Atlin District  (North)     $13,088.41
Atlin District  (South)     133,664.12
Atlin District (Stikine)    21,817.88
Total expenditure, Atlin District  $168,570.41
BURNABY DISTRICT.
Capital Account"—" B.C. Loan Act, 1927," Sec. 6 (re) :   Roads.
Kingsway Storm-sewer        $2,751.71
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 («) :   Roads.
68b. Douglas        $24,977.85
32a. Hastings-Barnet          32,649.27
22b. Riverway        22,509.89
),137.01
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $82,888.72
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :  Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
68b. Douglas  $364.57
55b. Grandview Highway   63.30
32a. Hastings-Barnet     ' 9,242.02
7a, 8a. Kingsway   3,792.47
14b. North ,  1,179.20
22b. Riverway   966.32
Supervision—Office     23.50
Total, Vote 178—Roads, Trails, etc       15,631.38
Vote 178—Traffic Operation  (including Snow-removal Service).
68b. Douglas Road   $22.27
32a. Hastings-Barnet Road   40.46
Total, Vote 178—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service)   62.73
Total expenditure, Burnaby District  :     $98,582.83
CARIBOO DISTRICT (NORTH).
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1927," Sec. 6 (re) :   Roads.
38. Barkerville Road   $356.00
5. Cariboo Road   633.84
Hanceville Bridge (road approaches)    991.13
28. Williams Lake-Soda Creek Road   857.02
Carried forward       $2,837.99 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. S 71
CARIBOO DISTRICT (NORTH)— Continued.
Brought forward       $2,837.99
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (re) :   Roads.
Reg. No.
38. Barkerville Road   $2,002.78
5. Cariboo Road  _  16,007.27
4. Chilcotin Road  5,990.04
58. Quesnel-Blackwater Road   999.92
60. Quesnel-Little Lake Road  1,496.63
28. Williams Lake-Soda Creek Road  7,021.42
$33,518.06
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $36,356.05
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1927," Sec. 6 (re) :  Bridges.
74. Hanceville  $5,181.46
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (re) :  Bridges.
97. Fraser River  (at Quesnel)    $186,393.41
47. Springfield  3,236.94
$189,630.35
Total, Capital Account—Bridges      194,811.81
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :  Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Alexis Creek-Nazko  $552.00
4. Chilcotin  3,764.99
5. Cariboo    ,.  5,864.63
6. Redstone-Chezacut   252.75
23. Soda Creek-Mud Lake  124.70
28. Soda Creek-Williams Lake   101.25
32. Fraser     3,263.68
33. Alexandria Ferry  (east)    60.00
36. Barkerville-Antler   53.50
37. Barkerville-Bear Lake   798.63
38. Barkerville   '.  2,563.81
38. Barkerville (Winter Road)    171.00
40.  Bear Lake-Indian Point  185.00
45. Dragon Lake (west)   331.95
46. Dragon Lake   (east)     84.55
47. Dibbs-Cottonwood Canyon   76.00
50. Kersley-Dale's Landing   58.25
51. Lavoie's    499.20
54. McLean's   900.05
58. Quesnel-Blackwater     1,300.34
59. Quesnel-Nazko  747.20
60. Quesnel-Little Lake   1,475.24
63. Sisters Creek-Dragon Lake   226.20
74. North  Star  651.10
79. Soda Creek Ferry   5,740.63
96. Government Creek  100.00
97. Punshau   205.00
102. Baity's  ,  78.00
159. Colebank's (east)   109.50
168. Colebank's  (west) ■.  913.60
169. Hay-Hill  279.75
170. French    •.  70.00
215. Keithley-Barkerville Trails  .-  164.00
220. Victoria Creek Trail   72.00
Sundry roads and trails (units under $50)    239.25
Camp equipment  388.15
Plant and tools  1,019.11
Carried forward  $33,485.01 $231,167.86 S 72
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1928-29.
CARIBOO DISTRICT  (NORTH)— Continued.
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward     $33,485.01 $231,167.86
Material   2,640.06
Stables   419.80
Supervision—
General Foreman   2,595.45
Auto  587.94
Total, Vote 178—Roads, Trails, etc       39,728.26
Vote 178—Bridges :   Maintenance.
Reg. No.
4. Antler Creek, No. 2   $313.25
5. Antler Creek   160.75
13. Bear River  12.00
14. Beavermouth   50.00
16. Blackwater ,  276.75
27. Bouchie  34.00
31. Canyon Creek   122.05
38. China  341.98
42. Shawning     451.00
43. Buxton   286.36
51. Quanstrom   175.00
53. Kent  ,  350.00
59. Nuth   594.00
72. Healey    591.81
80. Hanson Gulch  451.98
82. Hixon Creek   79.80
88. Kersley Creek  142.00
91. Lightning     42.23
96. Pappen     136.00
97. Quesnel River  106.50
103. Sisters Creek   35.00
117. 21-Mile Creek  25.00
119. Mackay     116.35
122. West Creek, No. 1  :.  50.00
123, 124. West Creek, Nos. 2 and 3   310.00
127. Williams Creek, No. 2   1,587.75
132. Riske Creek    28.00
133. Little Cottonwood   115.80
142. Nazko   18.00
150. Williams Creek, No. 1   211.98
153. Soda Creek, No. 2  104.00  '
176. Peters Creek  256.80
189. Cremin   75.00
229. Falls   75.00
245. Fish Lake  7.50
250. Wades  239.50
263. Donovan     148.55
264. Cyr   327.50
265. Stouts Gulch   237.00
266. Chisholm's   179.75
267. Sardine     142.00
268. Butch  :  100.00
269. Helwig  100.00
271. Tibbie's     6.90
272. Sing Lee  26.00
273. Tingley     26.00
275. Wynn  36.00
276. Joe Creek :  26.00
Total, Vote 178—Bridges :   Maintenance          9,328.84
Vote 178—Ferries.
Alexandria   $1,850.00
Gravel's, Quesnel River :  736.99
Carried forward  $2,586.99 $280,224.96 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. S 73
CARIBOO DISTRICT (NORTH)— Continued.
Vote 178—Ferries—Continued.
Brought forward       $2,586.99 $280,224.96
Macalister ,         3,400.00
Quesnel            2,048.01
Soda Creek         2,132.00
Total, Vote 178—Ferries        10,167.00
Vote 178—Protection of River-banks.
Barkerville       $1,053.20
Total, Vote 178—Protection of River-banks          1,053.20
Vote 178—Traffic Operation  (including Snow-removal Service).
Reg. No.
5. Cariboo Road   $157.15
18. Keithley Road   10.50
37. Barkerville-Bear Lake Road   21.00
38. Barkerville Road   1,043.12
46. Dragon Lake Road  2.00
60. Quesnel-Little Lake Road  3.00
74. North Star Road  5.00
Total, Vote 178—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service)          1,241.77
Vote 145—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
Roads.
60. Quesnel-Little Lake   $965.50
Ahbau Lake    600.00
Barkerville     220.50
China Creek-California Gulch   200.00
Hardscrabble  Mine    250.00
Kafue Dredge-McGregor's Cabin   999.96
Stanley-Houseman Creek  499.00
Stanley-Swift River      ,  100.00
Trail-Whitewater  2,500.00
Bridges.
263. Donovan  200.00
Total, Vote 145—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary          6,534.96
Special Warrant No. 16. Snow-removal equipment   970.51
Total expenditure, Cariboo (North)   $300,192.40
CARIBOO DISTRICT  (SOUTH).
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (re) :   Roads.
4. Chilcotin     $4,000.00
5. Cariboo  8,650.00
13. 132 Mile-Springhouse ,  382.25
15. Harpers Camp  4,331.84
17. 156 Mile-Williams Lake  72.00
18. Keithley    1,992.30
72. Clinton-Williams Lake   2,499.52
98. Bridge Creek-Horse Lake   860.95
105. Big Creek   2,000.00
121. Canoe Creek-Hanceville   1,995.23
124. Cooper  Creek  244.00
129. Eagle Creek   1,007.00
139. 111-Mile-Horsefly    ,  84.00
141. Lone Butte-Bridge Lake   1,990.99
Carried forward     $30,110.08 S 74 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1928-29.
CARIBOO DISTRICT  (SOUTH)— Continued.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (re) :   Roads—Continued.
Brought forward J...  $30,110.08
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145. 93-Mile-Lone Butte  '.  1,111.67
184. Green Lake-Lone Butte  641.20
187. Bates  1,492.28
188. Trails End  1,505.68
190. Mikkelson  50.00
191. Wilcox  160.00
192. Biss :  150.00
193. Jowsey  201.00
194. Sawmill  9.75
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $35,431.66
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :  Bridges.
85. Horsefly River  $10,301.27
Total, Capital Account—Bridges        10,301.27
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :  Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
3. Beaver Valley   $1,357.23
4. Chilcotin Main   2,415.61
5. Cariboo  3,342.31
12. 108-Mile-Horsefly     110.00
14. 137-Mile-Springhouse    741.78
15. Horsefly Main    1,551.96
17. 156-Mile-Williams Lake   68.00
18. Keithley  Main  2,483.46
21. Mission     263.45
24. Knife Creek   300.00
25. Quesnel Forks-Quesnel Lake   633.96
29. Upper Horsefly  250.69
42. Horsefly-Horsefly Lake   91.25
61. Soda Creek-Big Lake   216.00
70.  Peavine  Ridge  377.46
72. Clinton-Williams Lake  2,716.13
78. Horsefly-Quesnel Lake   1,207.27
90. Likely-Cedar  Creek    332.10
98.  Bridge  Creek-Horse Lake  755.00
105. Big Creek   408.67
121. Canoe Creek-Hanceville   3,369.89
126. Deka Lake    181.44
127. Valley Road  282.61
129. Eagle  Creek    496.96
130. Empire Valley  362.96
131. Canim Lake  ~  1,762.61
132. Fawn    52.00
140. Little Timothy Mountain   50.00
141. Lone Butte-Bridge Lake   750.37
142. McKinley-Ogden     108.00
143. Lac la Hache Station   110.16
145. 93-Mile-Lone Butte   1.252.14
146. Raphael-Meason  246.24
152. Springhouse-U.S. Meadows   151.20
154. Upper Dog Creek   237.60
181. Nedel    125.28
182. Springhouse-Frost Creek   162.54
183. Kelly Lake-Canoe Creek  194.40
186. Duck Lake   159.84
189. Exeter-McKinley   210.00
208. Beedey Creek Trail   150.00
223. Canim-McNeil's Trail   64.00
109. Williams Lake streets   983.05
Sundry roads (units under $50)   164.32
Carried forward  $31,249.94    $45,732,93 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. S 75
CARIBOO DISTRICT  (SOUTH)— Continued.
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward     $31,249.94    $45,732.93
Camp equipment  620.47
Plant and tools   6,829.70
Supervision—
General  Foreman    1,881.75
Office   455.57
Auto    .,.  453.05
Total, Vote 178—Roads, Trails, etc       41,490.54
Vote 178—Bridges :   Maintenance.
Reg. No.
18. Big Lake   $219.30
46. Duck Creek  .  251.90
83. 150-Mile Creek     114.45
90. Keithley  _  262.25
115. 10-Mile, No. 1   83.80
116. 10-Mile, No. 2  114.13
136. Williams Lake Creek   305.07
159. Arras   367.33
211. Nelson  214.65
305. Brown  141.00
329. Houseman   50.66
336. Stewart     61.45
338. Vedan   1,003.44
354. Canim, No. 6   271.42
417. Rocky Creek, No. 2   75.36
420. Valley Creek, No. 2  02.40
Sundry bridges (units under $50)   190.35
Total, Vote 178—Bridges :   Maintenance          3,789.02
Vote 178—Ferries.
Woodjam  (Horsefly River)    $025.51
Total, Vote 178—Ferries   025.51
Vote 178—Traffic Operation  (including Snow-removal Service).
4. Chilcotin Road  $95.95
5. Cariboo Road   435.76
15.  Horsefly  Road  82.40
18. Keithley  Road  71.75
72. Clinton-Williams Lake Road   105.75
109. Williams Lake streets  20.00
Total, Vote 178—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service)    811.01
Vote 145—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
8. Clearwater-Quesnel  Lake    $288.00
18. Likely-Keithley   ,.         1,627.34
230. Murderers' Gulch   100.00
Total, Vote 145—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary         2,015.34
Special Warrant No. 16. Snow-removal equipment   965.43
Total expenditure, Cariboo  (South)       $95,430.38
Summary.
Cariboo District (North)    $300,192.40
Cariboo District (South)         95,430.38
Total expenditure, Cariboo District   $395,622.78 S 76 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1928-29.
CHILLIWACK DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1927," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Trans-Provincial, Vedder Canal-Chilliwack   $128.00
Trans-Provincial, Sumas Prairie Cut-off   8,193.08
Trans-Provincial, Evan Thomas-Vedder     821.36
Trans-Provincial, Abbotsford-Evan Thomas   10.00
Trans-Provincial, Aldergrove-Abbotsford    287.00
9,439.44
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (re) :   Roads.
Trans-Provincial, Aldergrove-Abbotsford  (survey)     $2,086.27
Trans-Provincial, Sumas Prairie Cut-off   960.36
Trans-Provincial, Sardis-Vedder (paving)    102,370.53
General surveys   1,714.11
$107,131.27
Total, Capital Account—Roads   $116,570.71
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1927," Sec. 6 (re) :  Bridges.
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03. Atchelitz River Bridge   $12.25
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 0 (re) :  Bridges.
04. Luckachuck Bridge   2,367.60
Total, Capital Account-^Bridges          2,379.85
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (re) :  Ferries.
Agassiz-Rosedale Ferry Landing   $460.53
Total, Capital Account—Ferries   460.53
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :  Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
37a. Abbotsford-Riverside     $4,726.00
39a. Abbotsford-Riverside     278.15
9. Chilliwack River  ,  7,672.99
8. Columbia Valley   2,811.09
Hogberg-Sumas Mountain   193.27
13a.  Huntingdon     664.12
6. Huntingdon Townsite   1,404.47
19b. Rosedale Ferry  571.74
12. Sumas Mountain   174.38
10a. Trans-Provincial Highway   6,419.02
11a. Trans-Provincial Highway   15,772.81
12a. Trans-Provincial Highway   7,592.70
60b. Vedder Mountain  ,  542.57
61b. Vedder Mountain   734.01
21a. Yale   523.99
Truck operation   1,218.60
Plant and tools   5,199.36
Total, Vote 178—Roads, Trails, etc       56,499.27
Vote 178—Bridges :  Maintenance.
25. Clayburn Slough  $228.67
21. Chilliwack River   185.67
5. Commission   213.66
12. Crawley   367.04
14. DeGraw   178.12
13. Ferguson  331.85
Carried forward  $1,505.01 $175,910.36 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. S 77
OHILLIWAOK DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 178—Bridges :   Maintenance—Continued.
Brought forward  $1,505.01 $175,910.36
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27. Goodchild  188.10
40. Iverson  163.55
15. Kidd  218.76
24. Slough    345.96
16. Vedder Canal          1,279.88
Sundry bridges (units under $50)  55.90
Total, Vote 178—Bridges :   Maintenance          3,757.16
Vote 178—Ferries.
Agassiz-Rosedale      $23,062.53
Harrison-Chilliwack           1,200.00
$24,262.53
Lesa ferry tolls        20,054.60
Total, Vote 178—Ferries            4,207.93
Vote 178—Traffic Operation  (including Snow-removal Service).
Trans-Provincial Highway   $645.30
Total, Vote 178—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service)  645.30
Special Warrant No. 16. Snow-removal equipment          2,560.00
Total expenditure, Chilliwack District   $187,080.75
COLUMBIA DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (re) :   Roads.
1. Kootenay-Columbia River Highway      $23,347.68
2. West Side        24,500.88
9. Brisco        2,594.98
87. Golden-Yoho Park         7,999.32
280. Golden-Big Bend       71,996.85
Total, Capital Account—Roads   $130,439.71
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1927," Sec. 6 (a) :  Bridges.
71.  Wilmer Pontoon        $4,799.88
226. Parson           7,000.00
Total, Capital Account—Bridges        11,799.88
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :  Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Kootenay-Columbia River Highway   $21,609.34
2. West Side  2,708.67
3. Golden-Donald  (lower)    478.20
4. Toby  1,426.80
5. Horsethief  1,061.80
6. Athalmer  324.50
7. Campbell    886.75
8. Findlay Creek  225.75
10. Forster's Landing   534.55
11. Wilmer Pontoon  387.25
14. Mitchell   97.95
15. Mons  149.00
17. Beards Creek   104.50
21. Red Rock ,  76.00
22. Lead Queen Mine   103.30
25. Paradise Mine  '.  156.25
26. Toby Hill   99.25
Carried forward     $30,429.86 $142,239.59 S 78 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1928-29.
COLUMBIA DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward     $30,429.86 $142,239.59
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28. Toby Cut-off   3,013.82
29. Johnston    118.00
32. Hot Punch Mine   102.25
35. Kettleson  .. 63.38
36. Holmes and Deakin  122.75
37. Blaeberry School  88.50
39. Hartley  175.00
42. Golden-Donald (upper)    1,105.87
48. Boulder Creek   817.10
56. Moberly School   280.50
58. Sanborn   509.41
66. Spence   '.  66.00
68. Ottason   105.00
69. Graham    99.50
70. McBeath     55.00
84. Hawke    203.00
85. Dorney  199.00
87. Golden-Yoho Park   4,600.98
94. Barber  81.50
125. Horsethief Trail   224.20
131. Lake of Hanging Glacier Trail   200.25
133. Mount Assiniboine Trail   280.50
152. South Fork Horsethief Trail  150.00
155. Toby Creek Trail  124.00
202. Third Avenue, Golden   179.40
203. Second Avenue, Golden  102.00
204. First Avenue, Golden   50.00
205. Third Street, Golden   52.00
206. Second Street, Golden  50.00
209. Wapta Street, Golden   176.68
210. Calgary Street, Golden   75.00
211. Alberta Street, Golden   82.75
212. Cariboo Street, Golden   77.25
213. Cassiar Street, Golden   50.00
214. River Street West, Golden   103.00
216. Vancouver Avenue,  Golden   50.00
217. Alexandra Avenue, Golden  99.50
218. Victoria Avenue, Golden   59.00
219. River Street, Golden   50.00
220. Montana Street, Golden   146.00
222. Idaho Street, Golden  55.00
223. Columbia Avenue, Golden   100.00
224. Fifth Avenue, Golden  75.50
225. Fourth Avenue, Golden  50.00
226. Third Avenue, Golden ,  61.50
229. Cartwright Street, Athalmer   121.00
232. Fourth Avenue, Athalmer   122.50
236. Main Avenue, Wilmer   82.02
240. Water Street, Wilmer   62.50
244. Third Street, Invermere   281.30
246. Grand Drive, Invermere   97.50
248. Basil Road, Invermere   116.00
255. Windermere Loop   315.46
258. Fourth Avenue, Golden   1,219.95
263. Faber   231.88
279. Adami     441.36
281. Governor Drive, Invermere ,.  76.04
283. Tarte Street, Athalmer   119.25
Sundry roads (units under $50)   1,208.55
Camp equipment  : ....  156.00
Plant and tools  3,658.23
Total, Vote 178—Roads, Trails, etc       53,269.49
Carried forward  $195,509.08 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
S 79
COLUMBIA DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward  $195,509.08
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Vote 178—Bridges :   Maintenance.
4.
13.
15.
40.
55.
56.
64.
67.
68.
69.
72.
80.
147.
148.
162.
164.
165.
215.
226.
230.
Kicking Horse River
Galena	
Watkins 	
Kootenay 	
Forster's   	
Francis   	
Spillimacheen   	
Spillimacheen  (swing)   	
Athalmer (swing)  	
Botts  	
Page	
Findlay   	
Hospital Creek   (east)   	
Hospital Creek (west)  	
Mokst	
Mowitsh 	
Brisco 	
Mount  Hunter 	
Parson	
Sanborn  	
Sundry bridges  (units under $50)
$28.80
69.00
261.40
1,250.52
137.00
35.00
207.75
.    93.84
86.80
64.53
220.22
270.90
144.20
135.95
806.17
345.30
51.25
197.50
859.68
843.73
71.00
Total, Vote 178—Bridges :   Maintenance
6,180.54
Vote 178—Ferries.
Donald  Ferry
Parson Ferry
Total, Vote 178—Ferries
$176.58
145.80
322.38
Vote 178—Traffic Operation  (including Snow-removal Service).
1. Kootenay-Columbia River Highway   $1,140.94
36. Holmes and Deakin Road   6.00
37. Blaeberry School Road   6.00
62. Madden Road  ,  17.00
91. Golden Cemetery Road   13.94
211. Alberta Street, Golden  55.00
258.  Fourth Avenue, Golden   67.87
Total, Vote 178—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service)
1,306.75
Vote 145—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
4. Toby Road 	
19. Giant Mine Road 	
22. Lead Queen Mine Road
48.  Boulder Creek Road 	
110. Boulder Creek Trail 	
$2,496.63
340.25
498.50
877.63
149.90
Total, Vote 145—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary
Special Warrant No. 16. Snow-removal equipment 	
4,362.91
1,168.32
Total expenditure, Columbia District   $208,849.98
COMOX DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1927," Sec. 6 (re) :   Roads.
71. Hardy Bay      $15,615.61
162. Sayward            1,327.76
196. Island Highway  546.35
Carried forward '.     $17,489.72
7 S 80 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1928-29.
COMOX DISTRICT— Continued.
Brought forward     $17,489.72
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (re) :   Roads.
Reg. No.
13. Comox Lake  $4,595.21
113. Tsolum River   1,993.65
140. Radford     4,497.64
162. Sayward   , _  13,779.50
196. Island Highway   10,177.09
Campbell River-Menzies Bay   15,940.74
Settlers'  roads   995.48
$51,979.31
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $69,469.03
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1927," Sec. 6 (re) :  Bridges.
168. Hinder    $345.68
169. Twin Gulch          1,040.44
170. Winter Creek   505.09
$1,891.21
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (re) :  Bridges. .    ,
56. Campbell River  $18,836.15
177. Sandhills  2,019.30
$20,855.45
Total, Capital Account—Bridges         22,746.66
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :  Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Alert Bay   $262.36
2. Anderton   _  338.65
3. Back   123.72
5. Burns   226.02
8. Comox     5,410.57
9. Cumberland   1,086.84
10. Headquarters    ,.  734.99
11. Royston    3,744.14
12. Bevan  ,  135.62
13. Comox Lake   516.13
14. Lazo   536.93
18. Condensory    ,  390.37
20. Cessford   146.43
27. Rennison    78.11
28. Ryan     777.95
29. Smith  66.11
38. Seaford     118.50
42. Colter Bay  97.50
43. Gorge Harbour  179.49
48. Squirrel Cove   414.34
49. Campbell River   2,277.09
52. Lacon   137.00
53. Lake  90.00
54. Denman   215.56
55. North Central  66.75
50. North-west  255.20
57. Pickles    121.88
60. Endall     793.34
61. Buttle Lake  358.77
62. Fraser  158.94
64. Gainsberg  695.40
67. Knight  105.53
68. Huband   81.48
Carried forward .'.  $20,741.71    $92,215.60 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. S 81
COMOX DISTRICT— Continued.
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $20,741.71    $92,215.69
Reg. No.
71. Hardy Bay    1,771.04
74. Peterson   435.40
76. Central     233.50
79. Mountain ,.  54.62
80. Osby   120.37
82. St. John's Point   472.54
91. Kye Bay   135.91
93. Lake Trail   376.68
96. Little River  574.77
106. Howard    143.34
107. Coleman   582.77
108. Left  66.81
111. Merville ,  148.45
112. Sackville    ,.  521.02
113. Tsolum River   860.95
114. Tyee Valley  ,  85.17
115. Williams  ,  183.96
118. McLeod     96.30
119. Minto    101.05
125. McKelvie  209.43
131. Malcolm Island ,  358.41
140. Radford     594.86
148. Burdwood Bay  329.34
149. Bird Cove  142.11
156. Sharp    480.02
160. Grenchman     203.31
161. Hern  400.00
162. Sayward  736.11
164. Sayward School  103.31
166. Knutson   100.00
167. Cavanagh   106.00
168. Bold Point ,  106.25
179. Smit  100.00
185. Cape Mudge   200.00
187. Gowlland Harbour   425.11
188. Heriot Bay   543.49
189. Hyacinth Bay   938.37
190. Joyce  71.25
191. West  ;  285.62
192. Pidcock     75.25
194. Smithers     86.25
196.  Island Highway    47,621.20
200.  Maurelle Island    197.61
203.  Marine  Drive    274.86
207. Ross Avenue   65.12
210. Howe     97.50
223. Lawrenson  97.50
224. Falls   407.12
226. Strathcona Trail _  632.84
227. Edwards  115.25
228. Ibbotson   238.21
6a. Courtenay  (primary)    1,664.37
3b. Courtenay (secondary)   339.68
54b. Courtenay (secondary)   516.67
Sundry roads (units under $50)   578.08
Plant and- Tools Account   2,950.87
Total, Vote 178—Roads, Trails, etc       90,097.73
Vote 178—Bridges :  Maintenance.
3. Black Creek   $80.87
5. Brown     251.24
9. Brooklyn   1,320.74
Carried forward  $1,652.85 $182,313.42 COMOX DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 178—Bridges :   Maintenance—Continued.
Brought forward  $1,652.85 $182,313.42
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10. Bunker   396.42
22. Caljouw   121.30
23. Forest   196.40
26. Cook's  (north)    862.32
30. Courtenay Slough   100.22
32. Mill  94.32
39. Sandwick   125.82
50. Garven's   170.78
53. Gorge Harbour  ,  260.74
54. Staghall's   194.98
61. Holt    :  103.75
73. Donkey  459.25
77. Hill   518.75
96. Lawrenson  65.00
105. Mathewson   ,  323.57
109. McQuillan     245.59
107. Minto    66.25
115. Oyster River  '.  535.84
120. Power-house     230.25
121. Piercy   86.37
125. Condensory    2,002.93
135. Rosewall    98.50
139. Kelsey     364.43
140. Williams   ..' .,  575.68
142. Union   496.86
144. Kelser     747.20
145. Valley     753.45
146. Bradley     150.00
147. Harrison     145.01
153. Howe  410.53
159. Hobbs   92.00
162. Vose    150.00
173. Frenchman ,.  1,570.22
177. Sandhill's  312.93
187. Smith's (north)   236.88
195. Thams Creek   163.03
196. Trent     57.00
213. Washer Creek   274.65
214. Waterloo    89.12
231. Bank   161.29
238. Phillip     425.00
239. Sutherland  851.69
241. Armishaw   50.00
257. Halliday  200.00
258. Last   200.00
279. Killamey  199.13
280. Bambrick  201.13
Cougar Creek   92.25
Coal Creek    79.00
Rosewall Creek  139.25
Gold Creek   111.99
Sundry bridges (units under $50)   414.05
Total Vote 178—Bridges :  Maintenance       18,625.97
Vote 145—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
Trail from Nimpkish Lake to E. L. Ninman's Claims  $400.00
Total, Vote 145—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary   $400.00
Special Warrant No. 16. Snow-removal equipment  850.99
Total expenditure, Comox District   $202,190.38 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
S 83
COWICHAN-NEWCASTLE DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1927," Sec. 6 (re) :  Roads.
Reg. No.
8-8.      Mount Benson .
8-69.    Nanaimo Lakes .
$2,381.87
1,585.00
$3,966.87
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (re) :   Roads.
8-23.    Cowichan Lake   $9,802.63
8-69.    Jingle Pot   1,996.61
8-121. South Wellington  475.60
8-132. Island Highway  ,  3,575.94
8-166. Cameron     1,470.37
8-27.    Diamond Crossing Bridge Fill (approaches)  3,397.39
8-71.    Morrison Bridge Fill   16,032.66
$36,751.20
Total, Capital Account—Roads     $40,718.07
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (re) :  Bridges.
8-27.    Diamond Crossing   $6,227.03
8-143. Colliery Railway   4,516.88
Total, Capital Account—Bridges        10,743.91
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Adshead   $157.70
2. Andreas  168.25
7. Bench   520.65
10. Bennie-Yellow Point   95.50
11. Brenton  ,  230.81
12. Bowden-Vaux  105.00
17. Carmichael     135.59
18. Cassidy     74.80
19. Cavin :  115.37
23. Cowichan Lake ."  4,059.42
32. Departure Bay   414.47
36. Duncan-Sahtlam    225.50
38. East Wellington   756.62
39. Extension   1,232.52
40. Fiddick's  131.54
42. Fourth Avenue -.  87.14
44. Gilfillane's   124.75
47. Gifford's   65.90
48. Cherry Point  241.08
50. Glenora    .,  567.84
55. Holden-Corso   309.51
58. Haslam     442.25
60. Howie  ,  54.22
61. Indian     427.83
62. Jingle Pot   574.56
67. Koksilah-Riverside  71.68
69. Lakes    477.51
70. Lakeside   287.11
71. Lane   58.21
73. Lockner's   218.94
76. Marshall     64.05
78. Maxey   217.38
79. McKinley-Doupe  »  68.18
82. Meredith     51.00
87. Miller  ,  91.76
90. Mountain     161.53
95. Old Koksilah  653.71
Carried forward     $13,739,88   $51,461.98 COWICHAN-NEWCASTLE DISTRICT— Continued.
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $13,739.88   $51,461.98
Reg. No.
97. Old South Wellington   77.29
98. Old Victoria   674.23
103. Patricia    179.20
106. Quennell  89.50
110. Riverside Drive   61.22
113. Sahtlam River   805.59
118. Soole .,  115.22
121. South Wellington   1,950.47
122. South Forks   51.00
127. Thatcher's   70.00
129. Thomas-Yellow Point   250.31
131. Takala   '. •-  99.00
132. Island Highway   7,251.85
Island Highway (bituminous surfacing)   26,539.22
134. Wallieh     131.62
135. Waterloo     725.36
140. Westwood's  105.00
141. Wharf     50.00
145. Wilson     219.05
147. Hinks-Parry  145.70
149. Telegraph    1  75.08
154. Cloke's   63.80
159. Sheppard's   61.50
163. Spruston     75.16
160. Cameron     94.30
168. Pritchard   58.10
169. Timberland  619.00
170. Kingscote     97.50
74. McCallum Bridge Fill   383.10
128. Wager Bridge Fill  384.98
Sundry roads (units under $50)   381.87
4b. Evans (secondary)  .,  1,758.38
36b. Quamichan Lake (secondary)    1,640.61
2a. Primary Highway  22.00
3a. Primary Highway   1,609.02
3a. Primary Highway  (bituminous surfacing)   3,062.07
Material Account   535.03
Supervision Account, Ladysmith   .   1,193.83
Tools and Plant Account   7,341.38
Supervision—Auto Account   68.55
Total, Vote 178—Roads, Trails, etc       72,855.97
Vote 178—Bridges :  Maintenance.
2. Alder Street   $83.00
15. Clemclemlitz    62.12
30. Duncan  Wagon    52.00
32. East Wellington  54.08
39. Haslam Creek (old)    276.25
41. Haslam Creek  (new)  55.00
42. Haslam     161.10
49. Jingle Pot, No. 1   129.45
54. Kelvin     68.30
74. McCallum-   102.32
78. Nanaimo River, No. 2  68.47
85. No name   171.09
86. No name   83.25
110. Pimbury's    •  51.00
113. Riverside   84.43
140. No name  ,  66.11
Sundry bridges (units under $50)    286.26
Carried forward  $1,854.23 $124,317.95 ■OOWICHAN-NEWCASTLE DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward       $1,854.23 $124,317.95
Vote 178—Bridges :  Reconstruction.
Reg. No.
3. Barkley    $933.10
■    9. Bush Creek, No. 1   972.93
115. Robertson River   861.00
142. Greenway     146.00
$2,913.03
Total, Vote 178—Bridges :   Maintenance and Reconstruction  .—        4,767.26
Vote 178—Traffic Operation  (including Snow-removal Service).
Snow-removal        $1,183.45
Total, Vote 178—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service)         1,183.45
Vote 145—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
El Capitan Trail   $200.00
Cowichan Trail  75.00
Total, Vote 145—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary   275.00
Total expenditure, Cowichan-Newcastle District   $130,543.66
CRANBROOK DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1927," Sec. 6(a):   Roads.
1. Trans-Provincial Highway  (east)     $3,139.75
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
1. Trans-Provincial Highway  (east)     $16,141.21
1. Trans Provincial Highway (west)    16,366.71
2. Cranbrook-Kimberley    36,141.59
17. Mission-Wycliffe    2,350.80
27. Kimberiey-North Star   25.50
29. Curzon Junction-Kingsgate   4,433.07
44. McGinty i  12,289.01
129. Boundary Street, Kimberley   418.75
130. Howard  Street,  Kimberley   154.55
131. Spokane Street, Kimberley   111.00
133. Mark Street, Kimberley   370.00
134. Leadenhall Street, Kimberley   234.13
139. Buchanan Street, Kimberley   213.25
143. Chapman Street. Kimberley   115.00
159. Poole Avenue, Kimberley   55.00
163. Kimberley Avenue, Kimberley  670.76
164. Deer Park Avenue, Kimberley   142.20
165. Wallinger Avenue, Kimberley   676.23
166. St. Mary's Avenue, Kimberley ,  87.00
173. Hillside Avenue, Kimberley  :  438.42
174. Office Alley, Kimberley   66.00
175. Station Alley, Kimberley   20.50
177. Diamond Drill   540.00
178. Pearson Avenue, Kimberley   660.00
230. Meadowbrook School   177.50
233. Chapman    535.01
266. Concentrator     276.65
$93,710.44
Total, Capital Account—Roads  :     $96,850.19
Carried forward     $96,S50.19 S 86 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1928-29.
CRANBROOK DISTRICT—Continue*.
Brought forward     $96,850.19
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1927," Sec. 6 (a) :  Bridges.
Reg. No.
19. Wardner        $27,317.91
70. Aldridge  549.63
91. Goatfell           8,209.02
$36,070.50
Caeital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 0 (re) :  Bridges.
72. Swansea  .'.  $11.20
170. Ryan     344.45
217. Yahk Slough   2,180.90
$2,536.55
Total, Capital Account—Bridges        38,613.11
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Trans-Provincial Highway   $17,593.84
2. Cranbrook-Kimberley    7,827.48
3. Mission     1,872.78
4. Cranbrook-Gold Creek   1,669.20
5. Cranbrook-Baker Mountain    178.33
7. Cranbrook-Smith  Lake  1,421.11
8. Gold Creek Settlement   330.00
9. Meadowbrook Settlement   268.66
10. Haha Creek  718.38
12.- Kootenay Orchard   652.60
15. Kootenay-Columbia River   2,261.09
16. Mission-Wasa (lower)   213.01
17. Mission-Wycliffe     57.58
18. St. Mary Lake   1,444.50
19. Playle :  107.09
20. Torrent    :  1,103.00
22. Wycliffe-Cherry Creek  004.07
23. Clarke  1,135.37
24. Perry Creek :  535.33
25. Kimberley-Sullivan Mine   01.18
28. Wattsburg-Weaver Creek   99.00
29. Curzon Junction-Kingsgate  1,294.91
31. Eager Hill-Fort Steele  :.....  903.80
39. Wardner-Waldo     901.07
43. Cranbrook-Perry Creek   205.17
44. McGinty     268.00
45. McPhee    90.67
61. Waldo-Gold Creek   924.67
64. Booth Creek  33.34
65. Gold Creek-Newgate   128.67
71. Cross    :.  139.87
72. Pighin  1,138.35
80. Green Bay  73.33
81. Munro Lake  r  181.67
83. Greene  71.57
84. Kelly     217.15
87. Cameron      85.00
88. McClure   53.66
94. McKenzie Mill   200.72
96. Brander   180.00
97. Bett's  ,  205.33
99. Bulkot    112.51
100. Mennie   74.33
103. Skookumchuck Station  68.32
111. Foster :  148.95
Carried forward  $47,861.32 $135,463.30 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. S 87
CRANBROOK DISTRICT— Continued.
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward     $47,881.32 $135,463.30
Reg. No.
115. McDougall Townsite   66.71
116. Skookumchuck River   687.00
117. Peter Bull  66.66
124. Godderis   127.37
131. Spokane Street, Kimberley         '     138.67
133. Mark Street, Kimberley   153.33
164. Deer Park Avenue, Kimberley   72.77
185. Madora Street, Moyie   66.68
187. St. Joseph Street, Slaterville  904.72
188. Brewery Lane,  Slaterville   783.41
192. Laurier Street, Wardner  ■.  207.46
194. Wallace Avenue. Wardner   324.15
202. Hyde Street, St. Joseph Prairie Settlement   91.58
203. Harold Street, St. Joseph Prairie Settlement   112.00
204. Abbott Street, St. Joseph Prairie Settlement  269.33
205. Marpole Street, St. Joseph Prairie Settlement    .        181.47
208. Victoria Avenue, St. Joseph Prairie Settlement   134.26
219. Tavistock Street, Moyie   133.33
223. Nuisance Ground   387.80
233. Chapman    1,601.39
246. Hanson Avenue, Cranbrook   81.67
248. Alex. Smith   877.35
249. Pay Roll Mine   939.91
256. Customs   165.33
263. Mineral Lake   105.33
264. Harvey     238.23
265. Balding     134.66
267. Fulton     54.13
400. St. Mary  (West Fork)  Trail   721.59
401. Whitefish Trail ,  60.00
404. Hellroaring  (South Fork)  Trail  83.57
406. Hot Springs Trail  470.00
409. St. Mary (South Fork) Trail   56.00
Camp Equipment and Material Account   565.35
General Foreman's salary and expenses   1,681.15
General Foreman's office  97.15
General Foreman's auto   1,071.15
Sundry roads (units under $50)   167.79
Total, Vote 178—Roads, Trails, etc       61,941.77
Vote 178—Bridges : Maintenance.
Bridges generally  $56.10
9. Creek Alley   621.35
13. Peter Bull   225.00
16. Cassimayook     366.98
17. Office Camp   87.00
21. Garage   299.87
22. Victoria Avenue   293.00
26. Eimer  :  97.63
35. St. Mary Lake   89.50
36! Wycliffe  '.  74.77
66. Curzon   104.79
72. Swansea      60.00
98. McKenzie     119.55
100. Skookumchuck    118.83
118. Skookumchuck     97.25
119. McConnell   201.80
138. Swansea   94.33
173. Worden     151.80
181. McKay's Camp   56.00
194. Mineral Lake  60.25
205. Mathew Creek   68.39
Carried forward      $3,344.19 $197,405.07 S 88 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1928-29.
CRANBROOK DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 178—Bridges :   Maintenance—Continued.
Brought forward  $3,344.19 $197,405.07
Reg. No.
219. Hyde Avenue   994.02
233. St. Mary  (East Fork)    56.00
240. Gold Creek   102.80
247. Cotton Creek  557.69
267. Goatfell Small   160.98
310. Miller     50.00
311. Spring  Creek   :  50.75
312. Victoria Avenue  172.50
321. Gold Creek Mouth   313.60
Sundry (units under $50)   513.37
Total, Vote 178—Bridges :   Maintenance          6,315.90
Vote 178—Ferries.
Flagstone   $180.76
Total, Vote 178—Ferries  :  180.76
Vote 178—Protection of River-banks.
St. Mary River   $362.84
Total, Vote 178—Protection of River-banks  362.84
Vote 178—Traffic Operation  (including Snow-removal Service).
1. Trans-Provincial Highway   $577.10
2. Cranbrook-Kimberley   227.53
4. Cranbrook-Gold Creek  27.50
15. Kootenay-Columbia River  65.12
29. Curzon Junction-Kingsgate   70.95
31. Eager Hill-Fort Steele   48.32
Total, Vote 178—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service)          1,016.52
Vote 178b.—Local Roads within Organized Territory.
Van Home Street        $3,823.83
Total, Vote 178b—Local Roads within Organized Territory          3,823.83
Vote 145—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
Lead Group Trail   $151.50
Total, Vote 145—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary   151.50
Special Warrant No. 16. Snow-removal equipment          3,566.73
Total expenditure, Cranbrook District   $212,823.15
CRESTON DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1927," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
102. Nelson-U.S. Boundary   $483.00
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (re) :   Roads.
29. Canyon-Porthill   $5,470.93
38. Creston-Goatfell     8,021.04
100. Nelson-Balfour  12,004.42
101. Nelson-Castlegar  26,459.94
102. Nelson-U.S. Boundary ,  24,442.01
Carried forward     $76,39-8.34 CRESTON DISTRICT— Continued.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads—Continued.
Brought forward  $76,398.34
Reg. No.
119. Salmo-Trail     4,620.07
156. Fill, No. 18 Bridge, Nelson-Castlegar   11,338.92
Kuskonook-Gray Creek   22,887.45
Creston-Porthill   4,500.02
Settlers' roads  3,078.87
Creston-Kuskonook   1,014.68
Primary Highway, No. 43a   1,959.00
$125,797.35
Total, Capital Account—Roads   $126,280.35
Capital Accounts—" B.C. Loan Act, 1927," Sec. 6(a):  Bridges.
156. No. 18 Bridge, Nelson-Castlegar Road        $2,159.94
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (re) :  Bridges.
186. Crescent Valley          2,005.74
Total, Capital Account—Bridges          4,225.68
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
4. Arrowsmith   $300.00
11. Bartholomew  123.50
13. Beaver Creek (North Fork)    57.05
16. Bird Creek   132.00
18. Boswell-Kuskonook  219.60
19. Boswell-La France   267.25
29. Canyon-Porthill   1,382,50
33. Columbia River   200.24
34. Corn Creek   155.54
35. Cory   150.00
30. Crawford Bay-Gray Creek   394.98
37. Creston-Erickson     153.14
38. Creston-Goatfell  2,569.26
39. Creston-Goat River  :  53.00
40. Creston-Kuskonook   2,475.46
41. Creston-Lister     200.00
41a.  Creston-Porthill   1,397.35
42. Creston-Summit Creek   389.50
43. Creston (west)   200.00
48. East Robson  (north)    633.67
49. Elsie Holmes  ,  69.50
56. Fruitvale-Columbia Gardens   129.25
57. Fruitvale-Pend d'Oreille   74.78
58. Fruitvale Subdivision   200.75
61. Granite-Beasley   52.75
62. Granite Mill   30.00
63. Granite   (upper)     625.63
64. Gray Creek-La France  390.00
70. Harrop-Procter  751.23
71. Haskins (east)   50.00
75. Hudson Bay  69.00
78. Knox     62.00
80. Lambert   58.23
84. Lindsay  225.50
85. Lister Settlement   781.33
90. Lost Creek   70.00
91. Marsden's  97.00
92. May and Jenny   142.75
95. Molly  Gibson    75.00
100. Nelson-Balfour  3,193.27
Carried forward  $18,608.01 $103,506.03 S 90 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1928-29.
CRESTON DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 178—-Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $18,608.01 $103,506.03
Reg. No..
101. Nelson-Castlegar  7,778.38'
102. Nelson-U.S. Boundary   6,693.58
104. Pass Creek   729.42
105. Porcupine     1,855.42
107. Procter Townsite   325.97
109. Queens Bay-Ainsworth   903.34
110. Queens Bay-Balfour   688.21
112. Reno   2,880.69
114. Rosebud   54.00
118. Salmo streets   354.45
119. Salmo-Trail  1,523.46
120. Samuelson    150.00
121. Second Relief   259.40
122. Sheep Creek   544.36
127. 6-Mile   540.30
128. Slocan River  2,170.11
131. Swanson  83.25
133. Trail-Pend d'Oreille   4,254.81
134. Varseveld   75.00
140. Wynndel     149.75
143. Ymir Townsite  '.  153.00
144. Ymir-Wilcox     146.45
Sundry roads (units under $50)   188.20
242. Lockhart Creek .■  50.00
252a. Procter Creek   128.30
263. Summit Creek   100.00
Plant and tools  3,186.87
General Foreman   2.151.63
Auto    706.70
Camp equipment   81.15
$57,514.21
Less refund, Village of Creston   561.48
Total, Vote 178—Roads, Trails, etc       56,952.73
Vote 178—Bridges :  Maintenance.
1. Arrow Creek  _  $150.00
7. Barcley     250.00
16. Canyon     650.90
20. Coulee  429.81
21. Dundee, No.  1    250.00
24. Dickson     125.00
25. Duck Creek   499.25
37. Erickson     100.00
38. Flossie    388.25
42. Fruitvale-Columbia Gardens, No. 3   88.57
54. Grady ,  125.00
56. Granite (upper), No. 2  100.00
57. Granite (upper), No. 3   135.25
58. Granite (upper), No. 4  150.00
59. Granite (upper), No. 5  325.50
00. Granite (upper), No. 6  220.00
72. Hazel Creek  75.00
77. Kidd Creek  ,  100.00
84. Kootenay Valley   1,686.50
85. Leach    100.00
120. Mosquito  200.00
123. Nelson-Balfour, No. 2   75.30
126. Nelson-Balfour, No. 5  75.00
127. Nelson-Balfour, No. 6  50.00
128. Nelson-Balfour, No. 7   50.00
134. Nelson-Balfour, No. 13   199.46
Carried forward  $6,598.79 $187,458.76' STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. S 91
CRESTON DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 178—Bridges :   Maintenance—Continued.
Brought forward  $6,598.79 $187,458.76
Reg. No.
139. Nelson-Castlegar, No. 1   100.50
140. Nelson-Castlegar, No. 2   124.90
142. Nelson-Castlegar, No. 4   75.00
143. Nelson-Castlegar, No. 5   65.00
145. Nelson-Castlegar, No. 6   89.19
147. Nelson-Castlegar, No. 9   70.68
150. Nelson-Castlegar, No. 12   411.00
152. Nelson-Castlegar, No. 14   50.00
153. Nelson-Castlegar, No. 15   120.00
154. Nelson-Castlegar, No. 16   120.00
155. Nelson-Castlegar, No. 17   110.00
101. Nelson-U.S. Boundary, No. 5   1,319.05
162. Nelson-U.S. Boundary, No. 6   1,198.20
170. Nelson-U.S. Boundary, No. 14   50.00
186. Pass Creek, No. 1   535.52
187. Pass Creek, No. 2  122.90
188. Pass Creek, No. 3   74.33
189. Pass Creek, No. 4  74.34
195. Paulson     1,301.16
197. Porcupine, No. 2   272.94
198. Porcupine, No. 3   375.00
231. Sheep Creek, No. 1   60.00
266. Tower  97.97
268. Trail-Pend d'Oreille, No. 2   90.02
279. Walker  201.59
284. Wynndel Station  67.16
292. Ymir-Wilcox, No. 2   307.10
Bridge on road to Yankee Girl  1,810.00
Creston-Porthill, No. 3   1,201.00
Porcupine Creek (new bridges)    480.00
Bridge on Rossland-Parks   219.35
Sundry bridges  (units under $50)    373.00
Total, Vote 178— Bridges :   Maintenance        18,165.69
Vote 178—Ferries.
Harrop-Longbeach  $4,008.38
Kootenay River Ferry, Creston   2,852.77
Slocan River (at Slocan Park)   601.41
Total, Vote 178—Ferries          7,462.56
Vote 178.—Protection of River-banks.
Salmon River (at Salmo)    $665.10
Harrop   381.29
Total, Vote 178—Protection of River-banks          1,046.39
Vote 178—Traffic Operation  (including Snow-removal Service).
38. Creston-Goatfell     $77.00
40. Creston-Kuskonook   77.00
63. Granite (upper)   102.50
70. Harrop-Procter    85.00
78. Knox  2.50
100   Nelson-Balfour      273.94
101. Nelson-Castlegar   502.90
102. Nelson-U.S. Boundary   603.28
109. Queens Bay-Ainsworth   22.31
119. Salmo-Trail  42.00
128. Slocan River   44.04
133. Trail-Pend d'Oreille   107.12
Total, Vote 178—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service)         1,939.59
Carried forward  $216,072.99 S 92
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1928-29.
CRESTON DISTRICT— Continued.
Brought forward  $216,072.99
Vote 145—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
Roads.
Hudson Bay-Aspen   $346.67
Porcupine Creek  5,499.96
Reno  ,  2,685.32
Ymir-Wilcox     099.15
Bird Creek   150.00
Forty-nine Creek  200.00
Granite-Poorman  200.00
May and Jenny   100.00
Trail-Pend d'Oreille   300.00
Ymir-Wilcox   40.00
Trails.
Bluebell (Porcupine Creek)   300.00
Delaware  (Goat River)    300.00  -
Howard Mine   811.00
Acme     50.00
Alabone    50.00
Armstrong   100.00
Canadian-Cariboo       270.70
Catherine   350.00
Cultus-Canyon  3,048.00
Forty-nine Creek  50.00
Humming Bird  50.00
Kokanee Creek   50.00
La France Creek  350.00
Midge Creek  250.00
Procter Creek   230.00
Rover Creek  350.00
Systrtick     50.00
Tamarac     100.00
Total, Vote 145—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary        14,372.80
Total expenditure, Creston District   $230,445.79
DELTA DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1927," Sec. 0 (a) :   Roads.
Reg. No.
9a. Trans-Provincial Highway      $12,762.35
23a. Cub Creek Fill          3,420.12
23a. Bear Creek Fill          2,371.91
$18,554.38
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
9a. Trans-Provincial Highway   $956.59
23a. Trans-Provincial Highway   407.14
23a. Revision of Clayton Hill   24,048.03
23a. Cub Creek Fill   1,130.88
23a. Bear Creek Fill  '.  2.139.18
18b. Scott   6,810.18
40b. Boundary Bay   4,902.62
McLellan  3,500.00
Delta surveys   499.95
$44,394.57
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $62,948.95
Carried forward     $62,948.95 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. S 93
DELTA DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward     $62,948.95
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :  Bridges.
Reg. No.
10. Canoe Pass        $8,815.42
Total, Capital Account, Bridges          8,815.42
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
40b. Boundary Bay  $411.66
17b. Semiamo   198.94
18b. Scott  (Section 1)    159.56
18b. Scott  (Section 2)    140.98
23a. Trans-Provincial Highway (Surrey)    6,463.25
24a. Trans-Provincial Highway (Surrey)   352.50
9a. Trans-Provincial Highway (Sections 1 and 2)    3,896.36
9a. Trans-Provincial Highway (Sections 1 and 2)   1,358.55
Roads, Barnston Island   428.82
Sundry roads (units under $50)   5.14
Truck operation   24.69
Plant and tools   3,533.34
Total, Vote 178—Roads, Trails, etc       16,973.79
Vote 178—Bridges :  Maintenance.
10. Canoe Pass   $919.88
8. Nicomekl River  807.03
4. Serpentine River   1,150.81
Sundry bridges (units under $50)    29.55
Total, Vote 178—Bridges :   Maintenance          2,907.27
Vote 178—Ferries.
Barnston Island        $2,170.57
Total, Vote 178—Ferries          2,170.57
Vote 178—Traffic Operation  (including Snow-removal Service).
Delta  (snow-removal, etc.)    $174.39
Total, Vote 178—Traffic Operation  (including Snow-removal Service)    174.39
Vote 178b.—Local Roads within Organized Territory.
Washington Avenue        $1,000.00
Bear Creek Settlement  700.00
Total, Vote 178b—Local Roads within Organized Territory          1,700.00
Total expenditure, Delta District     $95,690.39
DEWDNEY DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1927," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
Deroche-Harrison Bay   $100.00
Nicomen Island Main  2,122.40
Stave River Cut-off   13.093.90
25a. Dewdney Trunk   200.08
30a. Dewdney Trunk   804.60
loco-Port Moody   689.49
Peart Bridge Fill   1,392.73
Carried forward     $18,403.20 DEWDNEY DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward     $18,403.20
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Reg. No.
Nicomen Island Road Protection (Section 1)    $27,696.62
Nicomen Island Road Protection (Section 2)   27,937.43
Nicomen Island Road Protection (Section 3)   22,067.62
Nicomen Island'Road Protection (Section 4)   30,336.00
Nicomen Island Road Protection (Section 5)    2,998.16
Dewdney Trunk  (Section 8)    30,564.34
Hyde and Buker  649.91
Warehouse-site, etc  212.02
Stave River Cut-off (gravelling)  :  200.13
33a. Dewdney Trunk   21.50
McNeil Road Extension   15.80
North Pitt   573.17
Nicomen Island surveys   868.51
$144,141.21
Total, Capital Account—Roads   $162,544.41
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
56. Brooks    $1,138.25
57. Catherwood   1,865.23
15b. Clarke     523.77
5. Dale   475.44
6. Davis  306.15
7h. Dewdney Trunk (Section 7)   2,731.74
71.  Dewdney Trunk  (Section 8)    3,687.76
7j. Dewdney Trunk (Section 9)    4,428.36
33A. Dewdney Trunk (Section Ia)   5.130.61
34a. Dewdney Trunk (Section 1)   5,562.99
20a. Dewdney Trunk (Section 2)   780.35
27A. Dewdney Trunk (Section 3)   7,415.60
28a. Dewdney Trunk (Section 4)   2,377.96
25a. Dewdney Trunk (Section 5)    2.233.42
30a.  Dewdney Trunk (Section 6)    8,939.46
11. Farms     651.19
13. Hawkins-Pickles  353.31
15. Hyde and Buker  91.25
51. Ioco-Belcarra Trail  182.66
16. loco-Port Moody   907.28
41a. loco-Port Moody Road Extension   356.67
17. Ioco-Sunnyside     678.19
48. loco Townsite   344.26
18. Johnston     149.24
20. Kilpatrick    337.14
21. Knowles   662.16
24. McDonald Landing  77.25
25. Mclntyre   76.50
52. McKimmon    187.99
54. McNeil   217.45
22. Malcolm   59.00
29. Newton     35.50
30. Nicomen Island Trunk   2,353.32
33. North Nicomen   491.00
14b. North  (east half)    1,179.19
25a. Ontario Street-River   1,871.93
35. Rennie  107.43
25a. River (Clark Section)    1,351.08
25a. River (Cook Section)   2,312.50
36. River   (south)   '  108.75
38. Salvaster  2,287.78
55. Smith   155.81
Carried forward  $65,248.92 $162,544.41 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. S 95
DEWDNEY DISTRICT— Continued.
Vote 178—-Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $65,248.92 $162,544.41
Reg. No.
41. Stave Lake  1,081.48
42. Sterling  75.00
43. Taylor     100.00
45. Tremblay  114.40
46. Tremblay Island   65.00
47. Upper Pitt  149.50
29a. Washington Street (Dewdney Trunk Road)   ." 3,244.61
58. Youngstown  Street   113.50
Sundry roads (units under $50)   404.75
Truck operation   5.847.25
Plant and tools   6,595.42  '
Material   873.12
Traffic  operation   ;  1,390.06
Haney Warehouse  . 835.94
Dewdney Dyking District  (road-protection)     1,500.00
Total, Vote 178—Roads, Trails, etc. ...^       87,644.95
Vote 178—Bridges :  Maintenance.
124. Catherwood  $122.36
103. Clark  190.99
18. Coquitlam  984.23
147. Cyr    269.80
116. Eagle Hill   390.74
181. Gourlay    421.24
43. Graham    81.42
49. Haney  66.81
108. Hatzic Pumps     53.01
117. Hopkins  868.48
loco-Port Moody, No. 2   61.21
136. Legace     561.76
122. Lockwood   53.98
172. Lux Lake    1,269.84
143. Meason  561.79
106-1. Mission   (C.P.R.)     10,638.46
55. Mcintosh   112.47
106. McKibbon     116.75
151. Nicomen Quarry ,  150.04
180. New bridge over Siwash Creek   809.76
14.  Peart     87.75
41. Pitt River   2,004.98
Pump-house   1,766.82
152. Quealinenich  62.10
140. Reid   :  82.40
140. Richards  82.91
107. Shook      85.70
99. Stave River  80.78
20. Thacker    134.55
184. Youngston   779.93
Sundry bridges  (units under $50)    532.42
Total, Vote 178—Bridges :   Maintenance        25,485.54
Vote 178.—Protection of River-banks.
Coquitlam River Channel        $4,000.00
Total, Vote 178—Protection of River-banks         4,000.00
Vote 178—Traffic Operation  (including Snow-removal Service).
Dewdney  (snow-removal, etc.) •  $021.22
Total, Vote 178—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service)    021.22
Carried forward  $278,290.12 DEWDNEY DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward  $278,296.12
Vote 145—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary'.
Trail to molybdenite claims, head of Pitt Lake  $0.36
Total, Vote 145—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary   .36
Total expenditure, Dewdney District  $278,296.48
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ESQUIMALT DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1927," Sec. 6(a):   Roads.
Alfred Watt ,  $749.56
Gillespie Road Extension   14,210.41
Island Highway, Malahat   10,837.57
Rough Creek Bridge (road approaches)    3,199.94
West Coast   76,464.76
Whiffen Spit  .',  1,010.22
Shawnigan Lake (survey)    79.94
Halhead  (survey)     53.29
$106,605.69
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (re) :   Roads.
Hamsterley Bridge (road approaches)    $2,470.09
Parsons Bridge (road approaches)   3,868.48
Jordan River   15,195.73
S-ttlers' roads  ...  2,924.82
Old Trunk (widening) ,.  7,793.76
Shawnigan Lake (west)   11,621.88
Sooke  2,546.16
Coldstream    ,  6,262.41
Surveys     762.63
$53,445.96
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (re) :   Roads.
Preliminary expenses, Sooke Road Revision   $40.00
Total, Capital Account—Roads   $160,091.65
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1927," Sec. 0 (b) :  Bridges.
Gillespie Road        $2,999.57
Jordan River          7,110.75
$10,110.32
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :  Bridges.
Hamsterley    -•         4,025.40
Total, Capital Account—Bridges        14,141.72
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
1. Albert Head   $76.27
3. Atkins  357.75
193. Arbutus    222.12
0. Admiral's     091.88
13. Beach (Mill Bay)   •  59.25
15. Belmont  282.91
7. Bamberton   505.75
Carried forward       $2,195.93 $174,233.37 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. S 97
ESQUIMALT DISTRICT— Continued.
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets— Continued.
Brought forward  $2,195.93 $174,233.37
Reg. No.
23. Brown's  50.00
24. Burnside     153.13
20. Cameron-Taggart  204.64
32. Colwood   7,376.23
33. Church   185.50
35. Craigflower     77.63
38. Deacon's     132.01
39. Deloume     148.12
40. Denman   158.62
45.  Dunford    147.25
47. East Sooke   993.31
48. Elliott's    50.00
49. Elford  67.30
50. Finlayson Arm   154.55
51. Fisher   229.75
175. Florence Lake   159.13
57. Glen Lake   268.42
58. Grant's   201.81
60. Coldstream     57.50
61. Goldstream Cross   300.95
68. Halhead   471.13
69. Happy Valley   4,003.94
70. Hart's   65.00
75. Hopkins Swamp   51.63
76. Island Highway   27,241.58
77. Island   100.00
79. Jordan  River   1,914.90
.81. Kaltasin   107.77
82. Kemp's     53.00
84. Koksilah-Riverside     129.00
86. Lafortune  65.00
87. Lagoon   80.01
90. Latoria   187.51
91. Lakeside     676.25
93. Leigh     77.13
97. Maple Avenue   55.00
99. Metchosin  4,704.96
100. Metchosin Cross   90.50
101. Millstream   662.51
102. Millstream Lake  513.74
106. Miller's     58.13
107. Mill     50.00
109. Mount View   55.75
111. Muir Avenue  158.02
112. Munn's   677.92
113. Murray   89.45
178. Meredith     119.00
114. Neilds   60.00
116. Otter Point   1.052.98
117. Old Trunk   2,134.42
121. Parry    50.00
126. Phillips     357.50
129. Parkinson's   969.28
130. Quarantine  2,066.74
179. Rainbow     75.00
131. Renfrew   50.00
132. Rocky Point   1,846.51
133. Ross-Durrance  471.59
180. Rosebank   299.57
139. Shirley   69.26
140. Shepherd     58.50
141. Shawnigan-Mill Bay Cross   821.81
142. Silver  Mine    76.50
Carried forward  $66,230.27 $174,233.37 S 98 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1928-29.
ESQUIMALT DISTRICT— Continued.
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $66,230.27 $174,233.37
Reg. No.
145. Sawyer   539.13
147. Sooke    :  14,477.08
148. Sooke River   502.42
149. Station   607.38
150. Summit  2,760.69
151. Swannick     71.26
152. Sylvester    92.69
154. Tavlor    : .".  94.17
155. Telegraph   , '. .•_.. 483.01
156. Thains    272.00
157. Thetis Lake    399.19
162. Whiffen Spit   351.26
163. Whisky Point   110.00
190. West Shawnigan Lake   85.25
174. Young's Lake   143.00
210. Cannery Trail   348.44
211. Brown's Trail   175.64
212. School Trail   300.35
213. Harrison Trail   316.75
Sundry roads (units under $50)    846.03
Material   1,575.10
Plant and tools   5,882,83
Traffic operation   2,268.10
Equipment Fund   1,288.62
Supervision—
General Foreman   2,099.75
Auto    :  565.41
Launch     74.69
Total, Vote 178—Roads, Trails, etc     103,500.51
Vote 178—Bridges :  Maintenance.
58. Sandstone     $697.81
85.  Phillips   2,267.47
88. Humpback  : :  542.55
96. Lannon's   3445.74
169. Halhead   180.57
193. Cheewhat   711.80
178. Wilmott's    -  51.87
202. Wickheim   225.15
Sundry (units under $50)    054.70
Total, Vote 178—Bridges:   Maintenance          8,783.00
Vote 178—Traffic Operation  (including Snow-removal Service).
i
Expenditure        $2,248.71
Total, Vote 178—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service)          2,248.71
Special Warrant No. 10. Snow-removal equipment          1,174.53
. Total expenditure, Esquimalt District   $290,000.78
FERNIE DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1925," Sec. 0 (re) :   Roads.
17. Wilson Creek-Mansfield's Ranch   $940.75
51. McBane's Lake   302.33
Carried forward       $1,243.08 FERNIE DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward  $1,243.08
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1927," Sec. 0 (re) :   Roads.
Reg. No.
1. Trans-Provincial Highway (Wardner Fill)  -. $405.20
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 0 (a) :   Roads.
1. Trans-Provincial Highway (G. N. Diversion)   $3,982.06
2. Wardner-Gateway   3,548.63
■    2. Wardner-Gateway Fill   11,782.18
3. Elko-Roosville   ".  4,592.80
4. Elk Valley  1,994.25
8. Sand Creek   984.03
14. Flagstone-Indian Village   68.50
42. Edward's Lake   21,518.04
93. Kootenay-Columbia (Wasa Fill)   2,494.65
94. Kootenay-Columbia (Island Pond Diversion)    9,142.91
106. Corbin     40,077.07
123. Spreull's   750.00
$100,935.12
Total, Capital Account—Roads   $102,583.40
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1927," Sec. 6(a):  Bridges.
67. Morrissey Creek   $143.55
99. Alexander Creek    3,710.89
$3,854.44
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :  Bridges.
8. Elkmouth   $29,709.05
27. Galbraith   5,020.88
33. Bull River   2,108.11
00. Little Fairy Creek  4,987.08
90. Carbon Creek  (west)   ,  5,823.13
91. Carbon Slough   4,138.01
$51,792.86
Total, Capital Account—Bridges        55,647.30
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Trans-Provincial Highway   $15,527.69
2. Wardner-Gateway   1,219.29
3. Elko-Roosville  2,407.31
4. Elk Valley  467.69
6. Bull River  (south)    484.00
8. Sand Creek     398.00
10. Elko-Waldo     475.79
11. Gateway-Roosville   84.06
13. Fernie-Coal Creek   348.76
15. Gatewav-Indian  Village    54.72
17. Wilson Creek-Mansfield's Ranch  155.50
18. Gateway Ferry   117.11
19. Flathead Valley  '.  304.50
30. Elko-South Forks ,  104.50
31. Fort Steele-Wild Horse   234.95
34. Lewis Creek   201.50
48. Maus Creek  •  114.88
63. Minton's   101.75
78. Eimer  :  212.25
Carried forward  $23,014.25 $158,230.70 S 100 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1928-29.
FERNIE DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $23,014.25 $158,230.70
Reg. No.
89. Beech Avenue   3,416.83
92. Beaver Street   90.25
93. Kootenay-Columbia   3,457.21
94. Kootenay-Columbia   2,062.18
99. Rock Creek   51.00
101. Taylor's Mill  192.75
125. Cosserini's   51.00
Sundry roads (units under $50)   162.03
Plant and tools  7.029.09
Material   2,014.71
Camp  equipment   69.90
Total, Vote 178—Roads, Trails, etc       42,211.80
Vote 178—Bridges :  Maintenance.
1. Michel Prairie    $235.98
4. Fernie     819.89
7. Phillips     82.51
8. Elkmouth      64.22
10. Old Town  262.06
12. Michel    '.  174.45
27. Galbraith  :  205.00
29. Quirk's   (north)     92.00
32. Little Bull   269.07
33. Bull River  276.21
55. Fairy Creek    100.00
58. Elk Log Channel   292.50
62. Barn   351.49
69. Big Sand Creek   1039.64
77. Hosmer Creek    59.12
84. Round Prairie   140.00
87. Fernie City Park   314.00
93. Hartley Creek   242.27
148. Canadian Pacific  !  4,088.55
150. Lukus   96.27
151. Nosek    100.00
152. Peckham's    370.00
Sundry bridges (units under $50)    131.74
Total, Vote 178—Bridges :   Maintenance          9,807.57
Vote 178—Traffic Operation  (including Snow-removal Service).
Snow-ploughing          $1,909.55
Total, Vote 178—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service)          1,909.55
Special Warrant No. 16. Snow-removal equipment          2,930.50
Total expenditure, Fernie District   $215,090.12
FORT GEORGE DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Prince George (west)  :  $7,280.79
Prince George (south)   (Cariboo Road)   19,490.75
Prince George  (east)    38,479.90
Chief Lake Settlement   2.085.53
Shelley Settlement   2,433.01
Peace River, No. 21 .*  138.78
Rolla Landing  3,013.72
Rolla-Fort St. John   3,833.50
Carried forward  $76,755.98 FORT GEORGE DISTRICT—Continued.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (re) :   Roads—Continued.
Brought forward  $76,755.98
Reg. No.
R.A. 3   924.00
R.A. 25  350.00
R.A. 27    300.50
RA. 29   104.00
R.A. 30   775.22
R.A. 34  281.00
178. Sunset Prairie  :  684.06
Total Capital Account—Roads      $80,174.76
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (re) :  Bridges.
39. Dore River  $8,111.33
662. Pouce Coupe   5.001.09
678. Isle de Pierre   205.72
Total, Capital Account—Bridges       13,378,14
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :  Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
3. 0-Mile     $80.00
6. Douglas   :  350.00
8. Jenks     104.00
9. Chilako   108.50
11. Davies    !  172.00
14. Dome Creek-Kidd   1,052.34
15. Wright Creek   466.00
17. Dunster-Rausch Valley   305.50
23. Fort George-Blackwater   1,181.25
24. Fort George-Chief Lake   2,797.09
25. Cariboo   8,974.90
26. Fort George-Hazelton   3,971.51
27. Fort George-Giscome   1,922.11
28. Fort George-Isle Pierre   885.88
30. Foreman     628.00
32. Goose Country  2,188.50
40. Red Rock-Fraser Canyon   320.00
45. Kelley   300.00
46. Lowry   76.00
49. Reid Lake  974.00
50. McBride-Cariboo    1,690.78
51. McBride  (east)     1,263.56
52. Nichol-Isle Pierre     1.540.67
53. McBride-Dunster     3,352.71
54. Mud River Valley   (south)     1,347.87
56. Dunster Station  131.49
58. Ness Lake   3,203.24
60. Buckhorn   72.00
69. Ellis     494.00
70. Peden-Fraser River  56.00
71. Standing  240.70
72. Cadieux     708.50
73. Willow River-Giscome Portage   157.25
74. Willow River   526.50
75. West Lake-Fraser River   204.65
76. Rolla-Fort St. John   1.780.02
77. Grande Prairie   2,035.71
79. Harvey   150.00
82. Hudson Hope-Red River   126.12
83. Gunn     56.00
84. Croydon-Dunster   747.00
85. Bevier     807.50
88. Allen   300.50
90. Murch Lake  :  300.00
Carried forward  $48,156.35   $93,552,90 S 102
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1928-29.
FORT GEORGE DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward     $48,156.35    $93,552,90
Reg. No.
92. Oakley     128.00
94. Erickson     134.00
95. McPhillips   409.00
98. Pedscalny     584.00
99. Weatherly   328.00
100. Taylor     108.00
102. Dale   '.  812.00
103. Swamp Creek  450.00
104. Shelley  (south)    ,   102.00
107. Dimitroff     240.00
108. Plett   294.00
109. Loos    352.22
110. Williams     148.00
111. Mount Robson   595.63
112. Haldi    '.  350.00
113. Dutton    350.00
116. Hammond     116.00
117. Tete Jaune (east)   100.00
119. Bend  (east)  , !  206.00
120. Croydon   (east)  438.06
124. Miworth (west) .-.  100.00
127. Anderson    266.00
128. Schaeter  =  401.50
130. Willow River Valley  .t  122.00
131. McGaghran    692.00
135. Shelley   (east)  370.00
138. Kinney     188.00
140. Johnson     808.00
145. Farr    679.00
156. Damms  180.00
161. Central Avenue  733.72
167. Hutchison    52.00
168. McLarty     854.95
170. Scattergood :  104.00
173. Garrett  61.25
175. Clay    100.00
177. Dunster-Tete Jaune  115.00
178. Sunset Prairie  ,  603.92
181. Aitchison    204.00
188. Grand Haven   109.12
199. Rolla Landing  189.51
212. R.A. 3   1,351.81
218. R.A. 9   98.08
219. R.A. 10   57.42
220. R.A. 11   1,957.53
225. R.A.  16  477.10
227. R.A. 18   347.05
230. R.A. 21   614.60
231. R.A. 22   1,964.07
234. R.A. 25   1,185.76
235. R.A. 26  111.12
239. R.A. 30   399.37
247. R.A. 38   09.37
201. R.A. 69   368.36
262. R.A. 90   108.87
508. Clearwater Trail   300.00
511. Blackwater Trail   456.00
513. Cottonwood Trail  ,  394.70
Streets, South Fort George   154.50
Sundry roads  (units under $50)   :  308.38
Camp equipment   994.75
Plant and tools   14,389.05
Total, Vote 178—Roads, Trails, etc       87,509.12
Carried forward  $181,062.02 FORT GEORGE DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward  $181,062.02
Vote 178—Bridges :  Maintenance.
Reg. No.
37. Dodd Creek   $126.00
39. Dore Creek   112.00
51. Henderson   363.30
121. Stone Creek   359.50
131. Wright Creek   117.00
159. Cutbank, No. 1  1,342.56
160. Sand Creek  150.00
194. Cedar    240.55
297. Grand Forks (Mount Robson District)   287.00
307. Hay Bridge, No. 1 )
632. Hay Bridge, No. 2 J  1*osa
349. 1-Mile   111.00
399. Tradesta, No. 3   74.00
400. Tradesta, No. 4   74.00
509. Van Buskerk   130.00
530. Red Rock Creek   432.40
584. Eaglet Creek   240.00
595. Mud River  54.00
600. Fraser River (Tete Jaune)   100.00
663. Bonnett Gulch   1,824.46
664. Squaw Creek  400.00
665. Nig Creek   473.45
666. Iverson  200.50
667. Witt Creek  '.  300.00
668. Johnson   *  149.00
669. Scattergood   252.00
670. Russell  :.  149.00
671. Brule  236.00
672. Riley     102.00
673. Wilson  362.25
674. Blackwater,  No.  1 | 4„s ,w.
675. Blackwater,  No.  2 I
676. Robson  .'.  100.00
677. Miller   100.00
679. Swede Creek   240.00
680. Miworth   248.00
688. Zakula     112.00
689. Mud River   159.60
690. Hockev Creek   192.00
Sundry bridges   2,241.61
Sundry bridges (units under $50)   88.50
Total, Vote 178—Bridges :   Maintenance        12,797.57
Vote 178—Ferries.
3. Indian Reserve   $1,645.60
8. Taylor Flats  -. ,  4,758.30
9. Isle Pierre   1,450.01
10. Shelley  1,410.34
11. Cariboo     1,531.10
12. Croydon    689.34
13. Halfway River   437.34
16. Rider  238.05
Total, Vote 178—Ferries  :       12,172.20
Vote 178.—Protection of River-banks.
Fraser River (Baker Creek)   $100.00
Dore River (Dore River Bridge)    68.00
Total, Vote 178—Protection of River-banks   108.00
Carried forward  $206,199.79 :
S 104 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1928-29.
FORT GEORGE DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward  $206,199.79
Vote 178—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service).
Reg. No.
25. Cariboo  $216.00
26. Fort George-Hazelton   72.00
27. Fort George-Giscome   401.26
Sundry roads  :  994.71
Total, Vote 178—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service)          1,683.97
Vote 145—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
Ingenika Lead Mine to Finlay River        $1,500.00-
Total, Vote 145—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary          1,500.00
Special Warrant No. 16. Snow-removal equipment          4,720.39
Total expenditure, Fort George District   $214,104.15
GRAND FORKS-GREENWOOD DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 0 (re) :   Roads.
Bridesville-Santa Rosa Summit   $7,844.88
Kettle River (west)   (Rock Creek-Carmi)    0,317.04
Kettle River Main  (W.C.U.)    4,142.30
Wallace Mountain   5,998.29
Settlers' roads, Greenwood District   252.00
Rock Creek Canyon   440.74
Grand Forks-Franklin   10,310.70
Settlers' roads, Grand Forks District   2,104.75
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $37,422.70
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 0 (re) :  Bridges.
Christian Valley        $1,999.18
Total, Capital Account—Bridges          1,999.18
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Anaconda-No. 7 Road  $1,073.24
3. Baker Creek   282.50
4. Bridesville-Santa Rosa Summit   11,052.00
0. Beaverdell Station   136.25
7. Boltz :  75.25
8. Boundary Creek   360.62
9. Bridesville-Molson  203.62
13. Caron   -  606.85
14. Cascade-Laurier     529.50
15. Cascade-Paulson     1,670.75
17. Christina Lake roads  (east)    364.50
18. Christina Lake roads (west)   316.37
19. Deadwood     904.36
20. Deep Creek   131.00
24. Fish Lake  ,  157.75
25. Fourth of July Creek-Phoenix   59.50
27. Grand Forks-Carson (south)    267.75
28. Grand Forks-Carson (west)   83.00
30. Grand Forks-Franklin   2,945.39
31. Grand Forks-Hardy Mountain   385.37
32. Grand Forks-Lynch Creek Hotel   2.098.41
33. Greenwood-Phoenix   942.50
36. Ingram Mountain  :  335.85
40. Kerr Creek  :  864.00
Carried forward     $25,S46.33    $39,421.94 GRAND FORKS-GREENWOOD DISTRICT— Continued.
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $25,846.33    $39,421.94
Reg. No.
41. Kettle River (east)   171.00
42. Kettle River (main)   979.35
43. Kettle River (west)   2,251.84
45. Long Lake-Jewel Mine  133.38
46. Lynn Creek   460.00
47. McCarren Creek   820.25
48. McRae Creek-Wilkinson   326.50
49. Myers Creek  362.25
50. Mill Creek-Grand Forks   615.87
51. Moody Creek-Cascade   274.50
52. Morrissey Creek  (east)  154.50
54. Nicholson Creek  „  1,261.47
61. Rock Creek-Myncaster   925.00
62. Rock Mountain-Myncaster ..'.  885.75
63. Rock Mountain-Bridesville     150.75
64. Rock Mountain roads   189.85
65. Summit-Phoenix     244.00
66. Sutherland Creek   1,212,00
67. Twin Creek   150.00
68. Valley roads (south)   136.36
69. Valley roads  (west)    347.00
70. Vernon-Edgewood    271.25
71. Wallace Mountain roads   1,359.99
22a. Primary Highway, City of Grand Forks  2,830.02
Sundry roads  656.42
Supervision (Foreman's wages and expenses)   3,559.86
Auto A-16 (gasoline, repairs, etc.)   665.99
Auto A-28 (gasoline, repairs, etc.)   1,097.12
Plant and tools (trucks, tractors, and tools)   8,578.17
Camp equipment   497.92
Material  511.04
Sundry roads (units under $50)    164.99
Total, Vote 178—Roads, Trails, etc      58,090.72
Vote 178—Bridges :  Maintenance.
16-6. Beaverdell   $99.50
16-8. Blythe     104.00
16-10. Boundary Falls   149.34
16-21. Carmi     295.23
16-22.  Caron   84.00
16-23.  Carson     64.50
16-24. Cascade   (lower)     802.52
16-25. Cascade  (upper)    117.00
16-26. Castle   55.16
16-30. Cooper  459.73
16-38. East Fork of North Fork   274.27
16-41. First Street   516.10
16-46. Franklin     219.19
16-51. Hardy"  228.84
16-53. High   102.25
16-55. Ingram   122.50
16-56. Ingram Creek   147.66
16-57. James Creek   64.00
16-61. Kettle River  1,240.63
16-63. Lancashire     216.00
16-64. Lynch Creek   130.00
70-71-73. McRae Creek, Nos. 3, 4, and 6   234.00
16-87. Midway     590.99
16-90. Nicholson   194.60
16-97. Power Co '.  50.00
Rock Creek Canyon  143.12
16-113. Vaughan     173.39
Carried forward  $6,875.50    $97,512,66 S 106 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1928-29.
GRAND FORKS-GREENWOOD DISTRICT— Continued.
Vote 178—Bridges :   Maintenance—Continued.
Brought forward  $6,875.50    $97,512.66
Reg. No.
16-116. Wartman  61.75
10-118. White Cabin   373.49
10-121. William  (upper)   :  119.00
Sundry bridges   2,107.83
16-129. Nicholson Creek   342.39
16-5. Beaver    236.13
16-86. Meyers Creek   152.27
16-105. Sawmill   50.00
Sundry bridges  (units under $50)  239.01
Total, Vote 178—Bridges :   Maintenance        10,620.37
Vote 178.—Protection of River-banks.
Kettle River (above Rhone)    $227.82
Total, Vote 178—Protection of River-banks   227.82
Vote 178—Traffic Operation  (including Snow-removal Service).
Rock Creek-Myncaster, No. 63  .       $25.10
Kettle River (west), No. 43   87.85
Jewel Creek  52.50
Cascade Laurier   49.35
Franklin, No. 30   366.30
Santa Rosa, No. 4   631.55
Total, Vote 178—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service)          1,212.65
Vote 145—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
Bounty Mine   $697.15
Cable and Sling   100.00
Clara Charlotte   75.00
Franklin Camp   199.62
Gold Drop Mine   25.00
Highland  Lass  ...„  100.00
Laurion Mine   < 72.00
Little Joe  100.00
Molly Gibson   125.00
Providence  Mine    149.75
Rice Claims   50.00
Stewartson Street to Horseshoe Mountain   .105.00
Total, Vote 145—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary          1,798.52
Special Warrant No. 16.  Snow-removal equipment          2,168.77
Total expenditure, Grand Forks-Greenwood District   $113,540.79
ISLANDS DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1927," Sec. 6(a):   Roads.
Horth Cross   $312.35
West Saanich  ,  320.00
Marine Drive  160.00
$792.35
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Beaver Point-Fernwood        $8,091.56
Horth Cross  =...        5,210.03
Carried forward     $13,301.59 ISLANDS DISTRICT— Continued.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (re) :   Roads—Continued.
Brought forward     $13,301.59
West Saanich         1,091.13
Cranberry    936.80
Marine Drive            5,848.00
$21,177.52
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $21,969.87
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
1. Amelia Avenue   $161.75
2. All Bay   131.40
4. Beacon Avenue  313.81
5. Bazan Bay   220.01
6. Birch     317.21
7. Breed's Cross   488.28
8. Centre     452.11
10. Chalet     850.86
13. Downey     382.25
14. East Saanich   *  2,568.75
15. Horth Cross   1,253.81
18. Madrona Drive    280.55
19. Marine Drive   598.21
21. School Cross   1,140.30
22. West Saanich  2,951.60
23. Thomas Crossing  86.60
26. Beaufort    i  145.57
30. Queens Avenue   54.50
31. Hoosen   115.05
33. Second Street  •  238.80
34. Third Street  304.41
35. Fourth Street   83.10
36. Fifth  Street   671.99
39. Centre    .".  398.13
41. Easthom   140.20
42. East  319.50
44. Horseshoe    63.00
45. Main  .'. ,  1,099.33
48. School    ■. :  81.71
51. Taylor     101.50
54. Cooks   149.00
57. North End   942.42
58. South End   130.75
64. Deacon   54.93
70. Horton   108.86
71. Main  (Mayne)    89.05
72. Point Comfort   92.56
73. Simpson  116.55
74. Bedwell Harbour   100.79
75. Corhett  129.73
80. Hope Bay   265.00
83. Otter Point (north)    234.95
85. Port Washington   74.21
89. Otter Point (south)    107.36
90. Boulder    116.75
93. Spalding's    250.05
94. Deep Bay   169.25
95. Page Point  76.80
100. Nixon's    '        103.50
102. Thetis Main   278.26
106. Beddis     1,958.19
107. Beaver Point  '.  2,390.86
Carried forward     $23,954.11    $21,969.87 S 108
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1928-29.
ISLANDS DISTRICT— Continued.
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Roads,
Reg. No.
112. Collings-Crofton   	
113. Cranberry   	
116. Divide 	
120. Fernwood 	
121. Ganges  (lower)  	
122. Ganges (upper)  	
129. Le Page 	
130. Lassiter   	
131. Longstaff	
132. Mahon-Mansell   	
135. North	
137. Pottinger	
138. Rainbow 	
140. Robinson  	
144. Smith's    .....
156. Bradley-Dyne	
157. Swartz Bay 	
162. Montague	
167. Clam Bay	
168. Wharf   	
170. Isabella Point 	
175. Derrick ,	
180. Musgrave's   	
192. Meldram   	
209. Claton	
214. King's	
216. Pollok 	
220. Cemetery   	
Sundry roads (units under $50)
Plant and tools 	
Supervision—
General Foreman	
Office 	
Auto A-49 	
Launch  	
Brought forward     $23,954.11    $21,969.87
Total, Vote 178—Roads, Trails, etc	
Vote 178—Bridges :  Maintenance.
2. Akerman   	
4. Walters   	
7. Chalmers  	
22. Purdy 	
29. Wharf   	
32. Jameski  	
35. Kuper 	
36. Horton Bay
43. Longdon ,	
44. Crusher   	
45. Blackburn  ...
178. Murchison  ...
Total, Vote 178—Bridges :   Maintenance
89.88
1,675.03
3,044.58
683.47
417.11
395.35
125.68
96.62
359.67
52.32
631.42
250.50
461.45
102.31
208.12
76.50
347.62
374.86
186.57
349.13
207.49
122.50
75.00
123.64
71.50
134.60
121.72
294.92
822.11
2,611.42
2,971.22
2,633.49
518.83
442.72
$6.00
209.50
200.00
4.19
480.94
26.24
16.00
974.27
390.25
346.51
313.62
530.48
Vote 178—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service).
Expenditure     $304.41
Total, Vote 178—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service)
Total expenditure, Islands District 	
45,033.40
3,504.00
304.41
$70,871.74 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. S 109
KAMLOOPS DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Savona-Cache Creek   $23,474.52
Settlers' roads  5,027.76
Kamloops-North Thompson Extension   12,485.54
Kamloops-Nicola-Merritt  5,623.70
Louis Creek   1,836.12
Savona (bridge approaches)   13,961.60
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $62,409.24
Capital Account:—"B.C. Loan Act, 1927," Sec. 6 (re) :  Bridges.
Savona        $34,725.74
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
Savona     $94,916.57
Clearwater    6,149.66
$101,060.23
Total, Capital Account—Bridges      135,791.97
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
1. Adams Lake   $911.00
3. Auldgirth    100.62
5. Barnes Creek     10O.00
6. Barriere River   591.70
7. Barriere Townsite   250.00
8. Barriere Bridge   50.00
9. Beaton-Fish Lake    269.25
10. Birch Island-Lost Creek  259.18
11. Boulder Mountain   237.37
12. Bulman-Fraser-Palmer     203.00
13. Cache Creek-Deadman Creek  150.00
14. Campbell Creek   20O.00
15. Cannell   50.00
17. Coal Creek   200.00
20. Copper Creek   79.00
21. Clearwater    75.00
23. Deadman Creek and branches   902.00
24. Edith Lake   350.00
25. Fadear Creek  196.00
20. Fruitlands  1 296.77
27. General roads, Walhachin Division  150.00
28. Goose Lake   50.00
30. Harpers Camp   200.00
31. Heffley Station   151.90
32. Highland Valley   165.25
36. Kamloops-Chase  921.14
40. Kamloops-Nicola     2,536.04
41. Kamloops-Savona     2,019.09
42. Kamloops-Shuswap (north side)   256.51
43. Kamloops-Tranquille  ■.  2,709.16
44. Knouff Lake  91.25
45. Lac la Bois  100.00
46. Leigh   50.00
47. Little Fort-Horse Lake   120.60
48. Long Lake   390.00
49. Louis Creek  805.62
50. Mamit Lake   250.00
52. North Thompson (east side)  4,994.48
53. North Thompson  (west side) .'  4,128.85
55. Peterson-Betts   50.00
Carried forward  $25,610.78 $198,201.21 S 110
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1928-29.
KAMLOOPS DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward     $25,010.78 $198,201.21
Reg. No.
57. Reserve Creek 	
58. Rose Hill (new)  	
59. Rose Hill (old) 	
60. Savona-Cache Creek	
01. Sullivan Valley 	
62. .Sullivan Valley-Knouff Lake .'.	
63. Sullivan Valley-Vinsulla 	
64. Strawberry Heights 	
65. TranquiTle-Criss Creek-Deadman Creek
68. Sands-Glover   	
Supervision  	
Camp equipment 	
Plant and tools 	
Plant maintenance 	
Material	
Stable  	
Garage	
Maintenance   	
General maintenance	
Sundry roads  (units under $50)  	
Vote 178—Bridges :  Maintenance.
50. Kamloops (west)   (credit)	
23. Clearwater River 	
31. Deadman Creek, No. 1 	
35. Dunn Creek 	
49. Kamloops (east)	
50. Kamloops  (west)   (old)  	
-54. Lemieux Creek 	
55. Lemieux Creek 	
58.  Lindquist 	
65. North Thompson  (at Barriere)	
67. Price Creek 	
105. McCarthy Creek 	
106. Savona   	
108. Peterson Creek, No. 2	
113. Mount Olie Slough, No. 2	
49. Kamloops   (east)   (Bridge-tender)
51. Kamloops (west)   (Bridge-tender)
431.75
195.00
572.89
1,426.26
169.46
111.28
133.00
50.00
2,253.34
300.00
2,527.03
570.86
4,116.33
3,359.63
42.70
1,401.09
9,554.16
1,063.39
387.00
64.28
Total, Vote 178—Roads, Trails, etc       54,340.23
$35.00
$379.93
1,716.85
1,739.61
3,010.7S
2.40
1,102.84
145.75
274.12
1,529.43
298.00
985.17
381.13
438.52
903.93
150.00
350.04
Total, Vote 178—Bridges :   Maintenance 	
Vote 178—Ferries.
1. Birch Island        $1,157.60
2. Black Pool
3. Chinook Cove 	
4. Clearwater Crossing
5. Mount Olie 	
6. MicLure Station 	
7. Vinsulla	
8. Blackpines  	
2,444.80
1.116.30
1,150.55
1,350.13
1,409.10
1,079.86
52.67
Total, Vote 178—Ferries 	
Vote 178—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service).
Snow-removal          $1,190.24
13,373.50
Total, Vote 178—Traffic Operation (including ,Snow-removal Service).
9,761.01
1,190.24
Carried forward  $276,866.19 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. S 111
KAMLOOPS DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward  $276,866.19
Vote 145—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
Trail to Red Top Group   $75.00
Road to Mary Reynolds Group   150.00
Trail to Lydia Mines   30.00
Trail to White Rock Mining Co., east side of North Barriere River  300.00
Total, Vote 145—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary ;.... 555.00
Special Warrant No. 18. Snow-removal equipment          2,678.40
Total expenditure,' Kamloops District   $280,099.59
KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT (SLOCAN SECTION).
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1927," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
Slocan-Silverton        $9,676.77
Sandon Flume   655.00
Traves  353.00
$10,684.77
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6  (re):   Roads.
Slocan City-Silverton   $69,461.18
Nakusp sidewalks   2,004.97
Box Lake-Rosebery   20,354.96
Deer Park^Syringa   1,362.29
$93,1S3.40
Total, Capital Account—Roads  $103,86S.17
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
4-Mile, No. 2  $2,149.15
4-Mile, No. 4   2,201.50
McCormack     3,952.34
Passmore  17,044.24
Rosebery  11,119.37
Silverton   1,100.51
New Denver, No. 379   259.54
Total, Capital Account—Bridges       37,826.65
Special Warrant No. 19. Sandon Flume         12.S26.91
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Alexandra Avenue    $137.69
Alamo     82.00
Appledale    136.00
Applegrove-Sherwood   88.97
Arrow Park-West Demars   2,298.72
Arrow Park-Graham's Landing   327.62
Beaver Creek  118.50
Broadwater   55.60
Brouse    130.10
Burton streets  *  199.22
Box Lake-Rosebery  402.11
Belleview-Graham's   73.25
Birds Landing   75.00
Cariboo Creek   163.18
Cedar Creek  100.00
Columbia River   0,740.00
Carried forward     $11,127.90 $154,521.73
9 KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT  (SLOCAN SECTION)— Continued.
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $11,127.96 $154,521.73
Crescent Bay  339.77
Deer Park  (south)    95.95
Dog Creek   52.00
Edgewood Cemetery   202.14
Edgewood Town   322,46
Edgewood-Vernon ,  2,441.99
Edgewood-Needles   717.74
Ferret   133.86
4-Mile Creek   1,627.87
Galena Farm   236.50
Glenbank   109.31
Hamilton   73.13
Hartney  104.00
Jacob's Ladder  104.53
Kaslo-New Denver   2,026.16
Little Slocan River   1,568.38
Lemon Creek  102.35
McCormack   175.77
Nakusp-Box Lake   520.20
Nakusp   (east)     167.80
Nakusp streets   3,255.12
Needles-Fire Valley   50.87
Neepawa     74.00
New Denver-Rosebery   940.08
New Denver-Silverton   959.16
New Denver streets   1,698.83
Noonday   51.00
North Fork of Carpenter Creek  150.00
Needles (north)   121.50
Passmore  (upper)   225.00
Payne   59.50
Perry     332.25
Queen Bess   296.00
Rambler  243.13
Renata Town   68.00
Robinson     267.25
Ruth   284.00
Sandon-Cody     442.45
Sandon-Three Forks   1.123.30
Sandon Town   203.50
Saunders    ,  53.75
Shakespeare Avenue   1,026.69
Silversmith     60.00
Silverton  Town    586.39
Slocan City-Silverton ,  712.98
Slocan River  (east)    2,519.01
Slocan River (west)   2,960.81
Springer Creek   344.25
Standard     148.75
Surina     60.54
Silver Queen   125.00
10-Mile Creek  2,005.19
Traves    508.20
Van Roi   120.00
Westmount    60.00
Whatshan Lake   224.13
Whatshan Settlement  59.00
Wilson Creek   55.00
Plant and tools   3,024.51
General Foreman, salary and expenses   3,241.87
Equipment rentals   352.00
Carpenter Creek (North Fork) trails  52.50
Evening Star Trail   121.63
Carried forward  $51,517.07 $154,521.73 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. S 113
KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT  (SLOCAN SECTION)— Continued.
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward '.     $51,517.07 $154,521.73
Hot Springs Trail  84.74
Meteor Trail   256.50
Mammoth Trail   56.00
Reco Trail   229.00
Rio Trail ,  120.00
Sunset Trail   71.00
10-Mile-Springer Creek Trail   50.00
Sundry roads (units under $50)   629.75
Total, Vote 178—Roads, Trails, etc       53,014.06
Vote 178—Bridges :  Maintenance.
Appledale   $264.15
Arrow Park, No. 3   101.34
Arrow Park (south), No. 12   60.11
Arrow Park (south), Nos. 1-18   100.08
Canyon Creek   102.10
Cariboo Creek, No. 11   50.00
Clarke's     293.15
Columbia River, No. 26   617.53
Ferret Bridge   50.25
4-Mile,  No.  1  137.05
4-Mile Trail, No. 1   95.25
4-Mile Trail, No. 2   178.01
Inonoaklin Crossing  127.59
Lemon Creek   1,504.74
Lightning Peak Trail  150.00
McCormack   56.10
Mosquito Creek   109.88
Nakusp Box Lake, No. 2   120.76
Neepawa     228.80
New Denver   801.53
Passmore   1,357.85
Perry Siding   931.53
Pre-emption  130.00
Rosebery     1,343.30
Slocan City   217.13
Slocan River (east), No. 3   05.75
Slocan River  (west), No. 2   338.04
Slocan River (west), No. 3   200.08
Slocan River (west), No. 4   199.20
Vallican  243.58
Winlaw     117.72
Lemon Creek (North Fork)    1,112.25
Renata (north), No. 2  1,000.28
Sundry bridges (units under $50)   407.53
Total, Vote 178—Bridges:   Maintenance.       12,944.78
Vote 178—Ferries.
Needles-Fauquier     $1,200.00
Arrow Park  (east and west)   1,298.72
Total, Vote 178—Ferries          2,498.72
Vote 178.—Protection of River-banks.
Eagle Creek   \  $52.50
Carpenter Creek   499.75
Inonoaklin Creek   125.00
Cariboo Creek  195.01
Total, Vote 178—Protection of River-banks   872.20
Carried forward _  $223,851.55 S 114 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT. 1928-29.
KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT  (SLOCAN SECTION)— Continued.
Brought forward  $228,851.55
Vote 178—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service) .
Snow-removal        $1,285.93
Total, Vote 178—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service)          1,285.93
Vote 145—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
10-Mile Road  $1,500.58
Lightning Peak Trail   2,987.02
Lemon  Creek-Hope  Claim    1,507.28
Meteor Trail   295.73
Queen Bess and Alamo   251.00
Chieftain Trail   358.00
Promistoria Trail   75.00
Riverside Group Trail   100.00
Van Roi Trail  120.00
Rambler Cariboo Trail   190.00
Black Prince Trail   60.00
Idaho Trail   248.20
Evening Star Trail   49.00
Carpenter Creek (North Fork) Trail   149.50
Black Grouse Trail   24.00
Stranger Trail   136.62
McAllister  Road    150.00
Westmount Road   60.00
Total, Vote 145—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary          8,322.53
Special Warrant No. 16. Snow-removal equipment   947.56
Total expenditure, Kaslo-Slocan District (Slocan Section)    $234,407.57
KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT (KASLO SECTION).
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Reg. No.
70. Duncan River  (east)    $4,410.00
126. Howser Lake  (east)    3,974.76
145. Kaslo-New Denver   30,102.76
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $38,487.52
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Ainsworth   (north)     $81.75
2. Ainsworth   (south)     272.24
8. Argenta    :  101.06
40. Canning   74.00-
42. Carson    50.00
49. Crawford Bay-Grey Creek   414.50
50. Crawford Creek   814.23
96. Ferguson     977.25
106. Gardner    75.00
115. Hammil Creek   128.00
123. Houston ..:  236.55
124. Howser-Argenta     236.25
125. Howser Station   139.00
120. Howser Lake (east)    583.51
130. Jackson     101.00
145. Kaslo-New Denver   1,500.04
147. Kaslo Creek  (South Fork)    1,422.09
148. Kaslo   (north)     531.12
151. Koehle     99.70
158. Lardeau River (east)  149.50
Carried forward       $8,052.79    $38,487.52 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
S 115
KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT (KASLO SECTION)— Continued.
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Reg. No.
Brought forward..
103.
172.
186.
211.
212.
213.
270.
272.
290.
299.
300.
432.
452.
460.
484.
525.
528.
594.
596.
611.
666.
696.
741.
747.
749.
Lynchville 	
McLachlan   ...
Nelson-Kaslo
Peters 	
Pilot Bay 	
Princess Creek 	
Trout Lake 	
Trout Lake streets
Wadd's 	
Whitewater 	
Williams   	
Briggs Creek 	
Campbell Creek 	
Cascade Creek 	
Duncan River   (west)	
Gainor Creek 	
Gertrude Creek  .....
Lardeau River (North Fork)
Lardeau River  (west)  	
Lardeau River (east) 	
Poplar Creek  	
Silver Cup 	
Walker 	
Winslow   	
Woodbury Creek (North Fork)  	
Sundry roads and trails (units under $50)
Plant and tools	
Supervision—
General Foreman, office, and auto 	
$8,052.79    $38,487.52
764.62
73.25
8,270.72
137.50
51.00
01.00   .
789.50
84.94
05.50
193.04
137.24
110.40
190.85
125.38
130.35
50.00
50.00
01.00
122.49
103.10
95.00
147.00
50.00
53.00
120.50
585.75
1,317.03
2,981.84
Total, Vote 178—Roads, Trails, etc       24,993.39
Vote 178—Bridges :  Maintenance.
1.
214.
227.
254.
Bridges on Kaslo-New Denver Road
Adams   	
5 Mile	
Florida 	
Granite Creek 	
202. Halfway 	
272.  Healy   	
310. Lawson   	
394. Phelan  	
399. Preacher Creek 	
403. Peterson 	
Strand   	
6-Mile 	
Trout Creek 	
Victoria 	
596. Zwicky  	
Sundry bridges (units under $50)  —.
$3
493.
498.
532.
549.
050.00
78.50
99.75
191.02
100.20
50.00
94.50
100.00
150.00
292.89
50.12
98.50
225.50
95.25
289.25
50.00
75.50
Total, Vote 178—Bridges :  Maintenance 	
Vote 178—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service).
90. Ferguson Road  1..
180. Nelson-Kaslo Road 	
270. Trout Lake Road	
Sundry roads (units under $50) 	
Sundry bridges (units under $50) 	
$200.00
488.82
100.00
49.11
283.25
5,092.18
Total, Vote 178—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service)
1,121.18
Carried forward     $09,694.27 S 116 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1928-29.
KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT  (KASLO SECTION)— Continued.
Brought forward     $69,694.27
Vote 145—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
Reg. No.
70. Duncan River (east)   ".       $3,750.00
90. Ferguson     800.50
136. Jackson   ,  485.47
147. Kaslo Creek (South Fork)    500.62
304. Wellington     834.38
423. Beaver    100.00
426. Bjerkness Creek   100.00
452. Campbell Creek   200.00
456. Canyon Creek   50.00
460. Cascade Creek   462.00
484. Duncan River (west)    148.75
491. 8-Mile   70.00
518. Firebrand     150.00
525. Gainor Creek    150.00
528. Gertrude Creek  100.00
536. Granite Creek   150.00
550. Hall Creek   100.00
554. Healv Creek   145.50
570. Ibex   :  250.00
594. Lardeau River (North Fork)    150.00
595. Lardeau River  (South Fork)    50.00
649. Neosha   200.00
666. Poplar  Creek    500.00
696. Silver Cup   99.00
707. Sturgis Creek   115.50
719. Tenderfoot Creek   99.00   .
747. Winslow     75.00
749. Woodbury Creek (North Fork)    95.90
Sundry roads and trails (units under $50)   49.75
Total, Vote 145—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary          9,981.37
Total expenditure, Kaslo-Slocan District (Kaslo Section)      $79,675.64
Summary.
Expenditure, Kaslo  Section       $79,675.64
Expenditure, Slocan Section      234,407.57
Total expenditure, Kaslo-Slocan District   $314,083.21
LILLOOET DISTRICT (NORTH).
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
1. Cariboo Main  $3,499.87
31. Hat Creek  (Marble Canyon)    3,000.00
55. North Bonaparte   2,999.37
56. Green Lake   1,498.02
81. Clinton-Springhouse     500.00
91. Lillooet-Clinton   9,961.42
94. Kelly Lake-Canoe Creek   2,000.00
101. Big Bar Mountain (Crow's Bar)   1,000.00
108. Lillooet-Lytton   5,998.09
114. Jones-Dickey     2,514.55
116. North Fork   973.60
118. Bridge River   11,998.36
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $45,943.28
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Cariboo Main   $3,520.09
2. Clinton streets   530.70
Carried forward  $4,050.79    $45,943.28 LILLOOET DISTRICT   (NORTH)—Continued.
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Roads,
Brought forward  $4,050.79    $45,943.28
Reg. No.
3. Clinton Station   191.74
5. Bonaparte Valley ,. -  56.00
31. Hat Creek (Marble Canyon)   3,450.61
32. Upper Hat Creek   214.00
51. Mound    214.68
52. Mound-Loon Lake   200.00
53. Loon Lake-North Bonaparte   100.00
54. Bonaparte Forks   100.00
55. North Bonaparte   1,301.29
56. Green Lake   2,836.66
57. South Bonaparte (Boule)   121.25
59. Watch Lake  :  145.37
61. Jamieson     100.00
62. Soda Lake   100.00
03. Boyd-Farmer    105.00
05. Cleveland   200.00
82. Big Bar Lake   141.00
91. Lillooet-Clinton   3,246.35
92. Fountain Valley   200.25
94. Kelly Lake-Canoe Creek   3,388.89
95. Woods Box-High Bar    378.62
96. Big Bar   498.75
97. Big Bar-High Bar  155.50
98. Big Bar-Grinder-Kostering  100.00
99. Big Bar Ferry   100.25
100. Big Bar Mountain   100.00
108. Lillooet-Lytton     3,523.17
111. Lillooet-Seton Lake   1,190.60
112. Lillooet streets   590.17
113. Lillooet Station   143.25
114. Jones-Dickey     1,619.15
116. North Fork   822.86
118. Bridge River   4,351.96
121. Seton Lake   506.82
407. Bridge River Forks Trail  60.00
411. Gun Creek Trail   195.50
420. West of Fraser Trail  330.02
428. Watson Bar Trail   95.12
430.  Holt Trail   99.37
Sundry roads (units under $50)   204.81
General Foreman (supervision)   (10/31 March, 1929)    90.00
Plant and tools   8,029.79
Camp equipment  002.49
Total, Vote 178—Roads, Trails, etc       44,918.68
Vote 178—Bridges :  Maintenance.
109. Big Bar Gulch 1 $-a QC
110. Big Bar, No. 1 (  *t58-9b
111. Grinder     282.50
123. Lillooet Suspension   91.27
139. Texas Creek, No. 2   140.00
140. Texas Creek, No. 3   160.00
141. Texas Creek, No. 4   200.00
164. Wards Ferry   72.39
169. Tyaxon   264.47
170. Gun Creek, No. 1   479.01
171. Gun Creek, No. 2  394.06
172. South Fork   284.51
181. Tony   90.01
182. Rexmount    90.19
183. Jones     90.19
Carried forward  $2,697.56    $90,861.96 S 118 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT. 1928-29.
LILLOOET DISTRICT  (NORTH)— Continued.
Vote 178—Bridges :   Maintenance—Continued.
Brought forward  $2,697.56    $90,861.96
Reg. No.
192. Watson Bar  150.00
Sundry bridges (units under $50)   126.98
Total, Vote 178—Bridges :   Maintenance          2,974.54
Vote 17S.—Protection of River-banks.
118. Bridge River   $466.72
Total, Vote 178—Protection of River-banks   466.72
Vote 178—Ferries.
1. Big Bar   $2,277.15
2. High Bar  2,168.31
3. Pavilion   900.00
4. Bridge River  150.00
Total, Vote 178—Ferries          5,495.46
Vote 178—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service).
1. Cariboo Main  !  $453.09
31. Hat Creek  (Marble Canyon)    233.24
32. Upper Hat Creek   35.50
55. North Bonaparte   30.50
91. Lillooet-Clinton   156.99
94. Kelly Lake-Canoe Creek  .'  75.50
108. Lillooet-Lytton     109.25
111. Lillooet-Seton Lake   17.75
114. Jones-Dickey     17.75
116. North Fork  :  27.50
118. Bridge River   687.19
Highway signs   34.41
Total, Vote 178—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service)          1,878.67
Vote 145—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
425. Texas Creek   $228.75
428. Watson Bar   49.69
431. Cadwallader     30.00
459. Mayflower    75.00
460. Rexmount   -  137.00
Total, Vote 145—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary   520.44
Special Warrant No. 16. Snow-removal equipment         2,203.03
Total expenditure, Lillooet District_(North)   $104,401.42
LILLOOET DISTRICT  (SOUTH).
Capital Accounts—" B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
244. Pemberton Avenue   $996.60
272. Beach Avenue (west)   4.411.77
281. Gibson-Sechelt  4,005.61
294. Mintie  996.45
297. Ocean Beach Esplanade  1,035.18
314. Sechelt-Pender Harbour   17.951.96
322. Gibsons Landing-Seaside   2,353.17
204. Femherton Meadows   1,942.56
AI. Smith-Hopkins Landing   395.30
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $34,088.60
Carried forward     $34,088.00 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
S 119
LILLOOET DISTRICT  (SOUTH)— Continued.
Brought forward .'     $34,088.60
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (re) :  Bridges.
Reg. No.
Daisy Lake-Garibaldi Trail   $1,745.00
254. Mamquam   9,893.63
Total, Capital Account—Bridges        11,638.63
Vote 178—Maintenance and MiSor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
204. Pemberton Meadows   $2,121.57
205. Portage   319.60
200. Station     450.77
207. Pemberton Portage   650.01
Ryan Slough Fill   504.50
241. Judd     70.00
243. Paradise Valley  57.73
244. Pemberton Avenue  149.59
245. Squamish Valley   3,005.12
252. Winnipeg  Street    43.38
271. Beach Avenue  (east)     88.94
272. Beach Avenue (west)   201.60
276. Cemetery    3.50
277. Chamberlain   8.75
278. Chaster   3.50
281. Gibson-Sechelt   2,591.30
283. Han-bury   74.10
284. Henry    :  10.50
287. Kaymes  21.00
290. Lockyer   286.65
291. Lower    212.38
293. Mason   52.95
294. Mintie   224.00
295. North     21.54
290. North-west Bay   381.30
297. Ocean Beach Esplanade   50.25
298. Orange     74.50
300. Pratt   126.75
301. Reed  192.75
302. Roberts Creek  75.00
303. Salmon Arm   164.78
308. Wilson   Creek    29.25
313. Franklin     54.00
314. Sechelt-Pender Harbour   988.55
315. Indian River   86.76
430. Bargain Harbour Trail   41.75
431. Egmont Trail   375.13
437. Saginaw Trail  102.35
438. Skookumchuck Trail   26.00
441. Archibald Trail   25.00
442. Judd Trail    55.62
443. Nye's  Trail    98.28
445. Pope's Landing Trail   25.58
446. Garibaldi Trail   662.75
453. Brooks Trail  39.50
454. Duncan Trail   52.88
455. Crane Trail  55.61
Office Account   5.60
Plant and tools   4,151.26
Material Account   595.28
Total, Vote 178—Roads, Trails, etc       19,710.12
Vote 178—Bridges :   Maintenance.   '
201. Camp   $63.34
325. Nye's   598.38
Carried forward  $661.72    $65,437.35 /
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S 120                                         PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1928-29.
Reg
294.
1.
2.
4.
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LILLOOET DISTRICT  (SOUTH)— Continued.
Vote 17S—Bridges :   Maintenance— Continued.
$661.72
257.50
386.15
$65,437.35
No.
Garibaldi Trail 	
1,305.37
Vote 178—Ferries.
Crown Mountain 	
Dermody 	
$13.25
40.38
44.54
Ronayne 	
Total, Vote 178—Ferries 	
98.17
Vote 178—Protection of River-banks.
Lillooet River  (at Pemberton)	
$1,221.82
204.20
Squamish Dykes	
Total, Vote 178—Protection of River-banks 	
Vote 178—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service)
Snow-removal on local roads 	
Total, Vote 178—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Serv
Vote 145—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
Britannia Mining & Smelting Co	
Total, Vote 145—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary	
$168.87
1,426.02
ice)	
$500.00
108.87
500.00
1,559.19
Total expenditure. Lillooet District  (South)	
$70,494.97
Summary.
Expenditure, North Lillooet Section .   .             $104,401.4
2
7
9
$11,947.48
Expenditure, South Lillooet Section        70,494.9
Total expenditure, Lillooet District   $174,896.3
MACKENZIE DISTRICT  (NORTH).
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1927," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Martin Valley 	
Bella Coola	
Total, Capital Account—Roads 	
$4,219.85
4,995.62
>
$9,215.47
$21,102.95
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Anahim-Chilcotin   	
Clayton  Road   (north)	
$696.75
124.00
254.99
Carried forward	
$1,075.74
$21,162.95 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. S 121
MACKENZIE DISTRICT  (NORTH)— Continued.
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $1,075.74    $21,162.95
Grant's !  273.00
Salloomt   465.88
Bella Coola Valley   3,732.97
Tatlayoko Lake  332.00
Atnarko-Anahim Trail   338.00
Stouie-Atnarko Trail   2,394.29
Dean River-Tesla Trail   360.50
Supervision     2,478.20
Plant and tools   577.95
Material and supplies   990.56
Total, Vote 178—Roads, Trails, etc       13,019.10
Vote 178—Bridges :   Maintenance.
Clayton   $92.55
Canoe Crossing   786.03
Indian Slough  301.11
Noosatsum  347.41
Ovesen's  458.50
Small Creek   839.69
Snootchly    33.00
Saugstad   56.00
Salloomt   63.01
Grant's     11.18
Firvale     135.65
Total, Vote 178—Bridges :   Maintenance          3,124.13
Vote 178—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service).
Ice-removal  $71.50
Total, Vote 178—Traffic Operation  (including Snow-removal .Service)  71.50
Total expenditure, Mackenzie District (North)     $37,377.68
MACKENZIE DISTRICT  (SOUTH).
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1927," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Powell River Bridge  (road approaches)  $916.06
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Reg. No.
111. Lund     $10,001.73
134. Cranberry Lake  2,433.61
137. Thunder Bay   ' 13,364.39
Government Subdivision roads (Powell River)    8,579.15
Texada Island .-. *  1,482.62
$35,861.50
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $36,777.56
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1927," Sec. 6 (re) : Bridges.
Powell River   $94.32
Total, Capital Account—Bridges   94.32
Carried forward     $36,871.88 S 122
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1928-29.
MACKENZIE DISTRICT  (SOUTH)— Continued.
Brought fortvard     $36,871.88
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
101. Lake  $291.18
102. Main    741.43
103. Tucker Bay   899.35
104. Weldon    97.11
105. Blunden Harbour   276.50
106. King  !  300.00
107. Sutherland   303.14
110. Malaspina   701.75
111. Lund   2,557.40
112. Conn  ,  96.50
113. Grant     50.00
114. Britton River Trail   500.00
115. Westview     82.62
117. Mason  50.00
118. Good     118.75
122. Zilinsky   218.62
124. Cooper   303.37
325. Oben     128.49
126. Pryor    614.92
131. Woodhead   319.12
133. Padgett   131.50
134. Cranberry Lake  557.92
136. Olsen Lake   373.66
137. Thunder Bay   4,560.43
154. Savary Island Trail    260.08
173. Bell's  214.88
174. Blubber Bay  758.84
175. Central    1.S81.90
177. Gillies Bay  924.20
183. Crescent Bay   56.00
191. Port Harvey Trail   86.25
Roads in Government Subdivisions at Powell River  469.89
Supervision—General Foreman's salary and expenses   434.07
Plant and Tools Account   1,526.69
Sundry roads (units under $50)    100.01
Total, Vote 178—Roads, Trails, etc       20,9S6.57
Vote 178—Bridges :   Maintenance.
105. Cook's   $173.60
106. Crescent  330.23
110. Dickens   75.03
111. Eagle River  58.37
115. Hadley's    99.34
124. Grief Point  1,354.89
125. Jordan   269.89
126. McQuarrie  176.76
128. Powell River   151.98
131. Raven Creek  101.12
134. Sliammon    71.50
135. Sieverson     158.00
165. Malaspina   62.65
176. Lake     671.07
179. Tucker  149.05
180. Ohen  291.17
Total, Vote 178—Bridges :   Maintenance          4,403.02
Vote 145—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
Britton River Trail   $500.00
Total, Vote 145—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary  500.00
Total expenditure, Mackenzie District (South)       $62,761.47 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. S 123
MACKENZIE DISTRICT (SOUTH)— Continued.
Summary.
Expenditure, Mackenzie District  (North)        $37,377.68
Expenditure, Mackenzie District  (South)       62,761.47
Total expenditure, Mackenzie District  $100,139.15
NANAIMO DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1927," Sec. 6 (re) :   Roads.
Reg. No.
22-126. Vancouver Avenue        $4,662.53
22-144. Victoria     827.86
$5,490.39
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6(a):   Roads.
Five Acres        $1,999.87
Chase River         1,999.87
$3,999.74
Total, Capital Account—Roads       $9,490.13
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
2. Bradley Street  $102.00
3. Brechin     817.03
4. Bruce Avenue   323.22
5. Bush  Street    161.71
15. Departure Bay   1,042.98
22. Eighth Street   89.49
24. Extension  204.98
34. Fifth Street, Five Acres   125.62
35. Fourth Street, Five Acres   715.62
37. Fifth Street, Newcastle Townsite   55.00
42. Gordon   77.99
48. Harewood     269.80
50.  Howard Avenue  "        6S6.35
58. Jingle Pot   200.28
67. Machleary Street   181.49
70. Nicol Street   400.18
83. Old Victoria  ,  089.16
84. Old Victoria and Nicol Street Extension   110.00
88. Park Avenue   78.75
89. Pine Street   50.70
94. Raines  233.00
95. Robins Street   180.62
97. Rosehill Avenue   148.65
103.  South  Wellington    ,  133.88
105. Seventh Street, Five Acres  59.85
114. Third Street   420.42
121. Union Avenue   593.21
120. Vancouver Avenue Extension   304.95
127. Victoria-Campbell River   2,149.45
133. Wilkinson     01.50
134. Wellington  50.00
135. Waddington     135.80
130. Wakesiah Avenue   419.36
138. Watfield  Avenue    75.00
144. Victoria Road Extension   180.50
146. Stewart Avenue   205.70
Sundry roads  (units under $50)    205.87
Carried forward     $12,006.11      $9,490.13 S 124 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1928-29.
NANAIMO DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $12,006.11      $9,490.13
Supervision Account   79.00
Plant and Tools Account          2,750.51
Material Account   165.00
Total, Vote 178—Roads, Trails, etc.        15,000.62
Vote 178—Bridges :  Maintenance.
Reg. No.
6. Millstone, No. 1 (Quarterway)   $145.10
Sundry bridges (units under $50)    65.00
Total, Vote 178—Bridges:   Maintenance   210.10
Vote 178—Traffic Operation  (including Snow-removal Service).
Snow-removal   $024.03
Total, Vote 178—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service)   024.03
Total expenditure, Nanaimo District      $25,324.1
NELSON DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 3928," Sec. 0 (re) :  Ferries.
Nelson        $23,703.93
Total, Capital Account—Ferries     $23,703.93
Vote 378—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
3. Bealby     $83.89
2. Fairview     232.54
3. Mountain   324.03
4. Rosemont streets   353.03
5. Silver King  ,  305.58
6. South Nelson streets   2,045.80
Plant and tools  539.32
Total, Vote 378—Roads, Trails, etc         3,742.37
Vote 378—Bridges :  Maintenance.
Anderson Creek   $349.65
2. Silver King Road  797.86
Total, Vote 378—Bridges :   Maintenance   947.51
Vote 178—Ferries.
Nelson        $10,058.90
Total, Vote 178—Ferries        10,058.90
Vote 178—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service).
South Nelson  $85.45
Total, Vote 178—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service)   85.45
Special Warrant No. 16. Snow-removal equipment          4,285.44
Total expenditure, Nelson District      $40,823.38 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. S 125
NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Twelfth Street-Kingsway Hill   $60,000.00
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $60,000.00
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
D.L. 172  $1,402.38
North approach, New Westminster Bridge   688.19
Total, Vote 178—Roads, Trails, etc         2,150.57
Total expenditure, New Westminster District      $62,150.57
NORTH OKANAGAN DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Eagle Pass  $2,001.87
Kelowna  4,296.86
Lumby-Mabel Lake  1.955.26
Vernon-Salmon Arm Primary Highway, 17a  1,359.68
$9,613.67
As per Public Accounts expenditure   $8,789.73
Credit, transfer to South Okanagan   823.94
Total, Capital Ac-count—Roads        $9,613.67
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :  Bridges.
Reg. No.
Shuswap Falls  (credit)    $2,489.75
78. Mara   $20,070.31
Total, Capital Account—Bridges        17,580.56
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
2. Alber's    $266.87
161. B.X  606.40
8. Bass   65.25
181. Beattie   121.98
21. Brash-Allen     53.80
4. Bella Vista   160.34
15. Bluenose     85.50
19.  Brickyard    ,  53.06
164. Broadwater   95.69
28. Cameron's Point   215.40
30. Commonage   481.30
31. Creighton Valley   737.75
191. Church Street, Lumby   379.35
29. Coell-Jones   60.31
34. Deep Creek   795.14
143. Deep Creek-Salmon Arm Cut-off   52.38
37. East Vernon   1,554.63
39. Enderby-Grindrod   1,876.08
74. Enderby-Mabel Lake     1,980.73
78. Eagle Pass   1,792.20
113. Enderby-Salmon River   213.42
36. Eastside   56.25
Carried forward  $11,703.83    $27,194.23 S 126
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1928-29.
NORTH OKANAGAN DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $11,703.83    $27,194.23
Reg. No.
162. Finlaison   637.02
47. Glenmary  ,  93.25
192, Glencaird Street, Lumby   301.30
48. Goose Lake   77.28
52. Grindrod-Eastside   154.85
53. Grindrod-West Bench   71.41
49. Grandview Bench   152.80
55. Gunter-Ellison   87.74
41. Grayston-McKinnon  ".  210.12
57. Harris  Creek    299.17
00. Headgate's   95.00
02. Hodges    57.12
03. Inch-Logan   52.80
64. Irish Creek   90.75
65. Kamloops   1,057.35
66. Kedleston  (east)     574.59
67. Kedleston (north)   510.46
68. Kelowna  4,288.84
70. L. and A  229.76
71. Long Lake  267.14
Long Lake Creek   60.00
75. Lumby-Mabel Lake  3,052.90
154. Lidstone   08.80
73. Lumby streets   158.77
77. Maple Street, Vernon   230.41
88. Monashee   5,991.87
89. Monk's   298.02
93. Mud Lake     70.18
153. Middleton   00.03
97. Okanagan Landing   855.26
100. Oyama   '.  222.70
125. Old Salmon Arm   1,195.50
110. Old Sicamous   56.62
105. Riverside  :  125.61
107. Rollings Lake ,  200.77
103. Richlands   56.25
118. School-house    102.10
120. Squaw Valley   439.50
121. Shuswap River Drive   287.70
129. Sugar Lake   250.21
179. Steward   88.80
115. Sawmill    124.03
148. Smedik ,  117.75
119. Shuswap Avenue  (south)     441.07
128. Stuckey     129.14
122. Sigalet Cut-off   219.25
131. Tronson   I  427.06
130. Trinity Valley  1,890.32
171. Todd   61.00
102. Vernon-Salmon Arm   6,154.27
138. Westside    -.-.  2,305.92
146. Wolfgang   69.50
160. Wood    53.50
17a. Vernon-Salmon Arm Highway, Spallumcheen Municipality   2,966.58
18a. Vernon-Salmon Arm Highway, City of Enderby   753.11
20a. Vernon-Salmon Arm Highway, City of Armstrong   146.15
30b. Coldstream Municipality, Monashee  :  641.66
33b. City of Armstrong, Armstrong-Salmon River   149.33
Sundry roads (units under $50)   724.72
Plant and tools  2,921.30
Material   2,911.41
Total, Vote 178—Roads, Trails, etc       58,760.23
Carried forward ,     $85,954.46 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. S 127
NORTH OKANAGAN DISTRICT— Continued.
Brought forward     $85,954.46
Vote 178—Bridges :  Maintenance.
Reg. No.
12. Brickyard     $314.19
20. Cherry Creek   202.63
35. Endall     184.10
36. Enderby   462.85
48. Grindrod    ...  199.23
49. Gus Anne's  111.35
03. Jack    201.59
69. Kempton     101.86
70. Kingfisher    367.10
77. Lumby    309.82
78. Mara    *... 130.91
82. Miller   51.87
150. Oleen     121.96
5. Rand's     129.09
152. Rimer   1,246.35
120. Siwash    66.87
Sundry bridges   383.86
Material   286.40
Total, Vote 178—Bridges :   Maintenance          4,872,03
Vote 178.—Protection of River-banks.
Shuswap River (at Hupel)         $3,907.34
Eagle Pass Road, Sullivan Creek (at Mara)   332.51
Total, Vote 178—Protection of River-banks         4,239.85
Vote 178—Traffic Operation  (including Snow-removal Service).
Snow-ploughing    $896.70
Total, Vote 178—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service)  896.70
Vote 178b.—Local Roads within Organized Territory.
City of Enderby streets  $120.00
Total, Vote 178b—Local Roads within Organized Territory   320.00
Special Warrant No. 16. Snow-removal equipment         2,820.92
Total expenditure, North Okanagan District      $98,903.96
NORTH VANCOUVER DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
14. Woods     $277.98
43-53B. Marine Drive        42,930.00
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $43,207.98
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Bowen Island  :  $697.21
2. Carter     203.70
3. Cowan     70.25
4. Dorman    270.87
6. Grafton     348.98
7. Langlois   268.75
8. Magee   139.00
9. Miller  ,  294.13
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Carried forward       $2,292.89    $43,207.98 S 128 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1928-29.
NORTH VANCOUVER DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $2,202.89    $43,207.98
Reg. No.
13. Collins   :  72.29
14. Woods     274.42
21. New Brighton-West Bay Trail  106.45
22. New Brighton-Grace Harbour Trail   105.50
23. Austin Trail   77.81
43b. Marine Drive (West Vancouver)  734.41
53b. Marine Drive Extension  (North Vancouver)  710.42
64b. Marine Drive (Robson)  101.13
Plant and tools   124.43
Sundry roads (units under $50)  100.81
Total, Vote 178—Roads, Trails, etc         4,700.56
Vote 178—Bridges :  Maintenance.
33. Smithson    $320.74
39. Davies     207.88
2. Capilano     67.98
5. Sundy Avenue  84.15
8. Sherman's     56.62
Sundry bridges (units under $50)  177.84
Total, Vote 178—Bridges :   Maintenance   915.21
Total expenditure, North Vancouver District      $48,823.75
OMINECA DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (re) :   Roads.
21. Colleymount     $5,073.07
27. Endako-Franeois Lake   2,174.75
31. Finmoore-Webber    4,269.80
39. Fort George-Hazelton   16,506.52
59. Keefe's Lodge-Ootsa   4,546.54
84. Ootsa Lake Shore  (east)  2,483.85
88. Palling Settlement  r  994.98
118.  Topley-Babine     4,455.42
124. Vanderhoof-Stuart Lake   5,294.43
142. Sob Lake   4,169.28
200. Burns Lake-Babine   4,595.38
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $54,564.02
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 192S," Sec. 6 (re) :   Bridges.
127. Tsinkut     $2,045.63
Total, Capital Account—Bridges          2,045.63
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
2. Barrett  Station    $151.12
4. Bearhead   663.75
6. Bedore Settlement   50.00
7. Bourgon Settlement ,  100.00
8. Bickle Settlement   100.00
9. Brown    !  98.55
10. Blackwater-Stony Creek  1,090.39
11. Bobtail-Upper Mud   311.75
12. Braeside     663.07
13. Buck River   100.00
Carried forward ,    $3,328.63    $56,609.65 OMINECA DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Roads,
Brought forward  $3,328.63    $56,609.65
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15. Chowsunket     75.00
16. Campbell    1,092.95
17. Campbell-Hulatt    655.80
20. Cluculz   312.00
21. Colleymount     1.138.30
24. Colleymount (north)   292.00
25. Hulatt (south)   241.75
27. Endako-Francois Lake   518.03
29. Engen  (north)    234.50
30. Evans   243.00
31. Finmoore-Webber    923.81
31a. Burrard Avenue, Vanderhoof   369.30
32. Finmoore  (south)  821.00
34. Forestdale-Day Lake   159.32
36. Fort Fraser Settlement (east)    391.87
37. Fort Fraser-Stella  2,594.28
38. Fort Fraser-Forison   349.00
39. Fort George-Hazelton   10,052.86
41. Francois Lake Hospital   499.69
42. Fraser Lake-Francois Lake  891.89
43. Francois Lake (east)  54.00
46. Green's   86.00
47. Greer Valley   804.45
51. Hargreave's   678.00
52. Hamre Settlement   1,455.01
53. Burger     140.00
57. Hutter Settlement   150.00
58. Jones     77.75
59. Keefe's Landing-Ootsa   853.80
60. Kissock     154.00
61. Lily Lake  780.01
62. Lampitt   160.50
63. Larson     80.00
69. Mortimer  116.00
70. Mapes Settlement  72.00
71. McDonald's Landing  297.00
72. McKilligan Settlement   101.00
75. McClelland     141.50
78. Necoslie     130.00
79. Nithi River   300.56
80. North Francois Lake  430.61
81. Nulki-Corkscrew     250.28
82. Falkner     150.00
83. Barrett-Knockholt   171.00
88. Palling Settlement   181.80
90. Wistaria     981.70
91. Poole-Mapes   209.80
95. Quick Station   162.00
96. Quick School   83.25
97. Knockholt Station  87.00
99. Erickson     50.00
100. Round Lake (east)   58.30
103. Samuels   152.00
104. Schaefer   291.25
106. Slater   92.00
110. Sowchea   216.00
111. Stearns     150.00
112. Heinman     64.00
115. Taylor    284.00
116. Tchensinkut Lake  679.30
118. Topley-Babine    488.00
120. Tsinkut-Cottonwood    100.50
Carried forward     $33,880.72    $50,009.05 S 130 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1928-29.
OMINECA DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $33,880.72   $56,609.65
Reg. No.
122. Uncha Lake   1,019.83
123. Vanderhoof-Noonla   173.83
124. Vanderhoof-Stuart Lake   3,585.89
125. Owen Lake   4,201.50
126. Vanderhoof-Sturgeon Point  2,868.50
127. Vanderhoof   (west)     107.00
128. Vanderhoof-Sackner    1.388.06
130. Woodmere-Round Lake   2,726.63
131. Wakefield   270.00
132. Walker Settlement  :  192.24
137. Widen   200.00
138. Willson  200.00
139. Walcott-Quick    1,600.00
140. York Settlement   468.00
141. Rhindress   132.00
142. Linton Lake   510.41
143. Pick     100.00
144. Bree     698.32
146. Kerr   128.00
148. Hope  ;  939.00
150. Hossack    100.00
152. Savory   100.00
155. Lemieux   95.00
159. Lewis     121.75
162. Gowan's   398.50
166. George     164.00
168. Shelford   200.00
170. Savory (north)    147.85
171. Patterson   50.00
173. Cottonwood Creek ,  273.00
174. Young   84.00
175. Joseph     252.15
176. Park   131.50
180.  Meadowdale  208.50
200. Burns Lake-Babine  551.00
201. Babine Portage   96.00
203.  Fort St. James-Manson Creek   257.75
221.  Red Mountain Trail   168.00
223.  Manson Creek-Ingenika   153.00
228. Takla Landing   201.00
229. Golden Eagle Trail   214.70
Sundry roads  (units under $50)  230.30
Traffic operation   44.67
Camp equipment   539.35
Plant and tools   13,390.23
Stable  71.15
Supervision  :  5,165.56
Supervision, auto   152.47
Total, Vote 178—Roads, Trails, etc       82,279.99
Vote 178—Bridges :  Maintenance.
4. Beartrap     $138.00
7. Beaumont     149.60.
10. 2 Mile   143.24
27. Chilco, No. 3   103.50
30. Cluculz  305.69
42. Buckley    137.70
60. Kalik     226.20
68. Morris     87.42
76. Murry Creek   72.00
85. Savory    972.36
Carried forward  $2,335.71 $138,889.64 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
S 131
OMINECA DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 178—Bridges :   Maintenance—Continued.
Brought forward  $2,335.71 $138,889.64
Reg. No.
89. Nadina River   233.80
90. Neehako, No. 1  114.00
96. Prince   128.00
97. Quick   519.93
112. Stellako, No. 1   357.18
127. Tsinkut     616.20
132. Stuart, No. 1   73.00
198. Tsilcoh   129.00
235. Beaver Dam   138.00
263. Cold Spring  59.16
271. Deep Creek   200.00
279. Ewen    200.16
320. Little Dog   143.05
373. Sharpe    101.85
373a. Allen Creek   151.00
432. Strimbold   130.73
445. Campbell    121.30
524. Slater   275.45
525. Timothy Hill   997.08
535. 4-Mile   174.05
530. Beaver Creek   195.88
Sundry bridges (units under $50)  112.72
Total, Vote 178—Bridges :   Maintenance          7,579.85
Vote 178—Ferries.
Francois Lake   $0,788.00
Fort Fraser   900.05
Braeside  1,394.88
Hulatt    1,188.83
Finmoore   1,220.98
Takla Lake   578.40
Total, Vote 178—Ferries        12,143.74
Vote 178—Protection of River-banks.
Bulkley River  (Houston)     $1,120.25
Total, Vote 178—Protection of River-banks          1,126.25
Vote 178—Traffic Operation  (including Snow-removal Service).
39. Fort George-Hazelton 	
80. Burns Lake-North Francois
124. Vanderhoof-Stuart Lake 	
$620.72
163.80
336.00
Total, Vote 178—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service)-
1,120.52
Vote 145—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
24. Golden Eagle Group, Topley   $781.48
113. Richfield Mine, Topley   364.08
118. Topley-Babine    1,557.49
125. Owen Lake Road   2,246.27
203. Fort St. James-Manson Creek   1,300.65
208. Ootsa-Tchtsa Trail  100.00
209. Ivanhoe Group   94.50
225. Takla Lodge-Ingenika   124.00
227. Stella Group, Endako   150.60
Carried forward '.  $6,719.07 $100,860.00 S 132 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1928-29.
OMINECA DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 145—"Mines Development Act," Supplementary—Continued.
Brought forward  $6,719.07 $160,860.00
Reg. No.
228. Takla Lodge-Manson Creek   250.00
230. Swannell Group, Tahtsa River  ■  252.00
Total, Vote 145—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary          7,221.07
Special Warrant No. 16. Snow-removal equipment         3,236.25
Total expenditure, Omineca District   $171,317.32
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PRINCE RUPERT DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1927," Sec. 6 (o) :   Roads.
18. Port Clements-Tlell     $26,001.83
Skidegate-Queen Charlotte          8,734.11
Prince Rupert Highway (Kaien Island Section)       23,291.31
$58,087.25
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6(a):   Roads.
Prince Rupert Highway   $47,118.33
Prince Rupert Highway  (location survey)  10,767.88
Queen Charlotte City-Skidegate   7,006.86
5. Masset-Tow Hill Road Diversion   7,867.45
$72,760.52
Total, Capital Account—Roads   $130,847.77
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1927," Sec.  (a) :   Bridges.
51. Geikie         $1,249.00
52. Geikie Creek         2,158.45
66. Nameless creek   184.72
67. Arm Creek   170.55
Gold Creek   515.09
$4,277.81
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (o) : Bridges.
Galloway Rapids   306.66
Total, Capital Account—Bridges          4,583.47
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Plant and tools  $2,386.15
Supervision     99.89
McBride Street (footJbridge approach)   140.50
37. Port Clements streets  1,309.33
3. Cow Bay Crossing  899.57
39. Queen Charlotte City streets   30.00
5. Masset-Tow Hill   2.200.43
Queen Charlotte City-Skidegate   1,469.10
24. Skidegate-Tlell     2,334.97
38. Port Simpson streets   642.60
104. Dunroe's   1,140.00
16. Old Masset-New Masset  3.977.62
Sewell (north)   237.00
Cary's  196.50
Port Clements-Tlell   2,091.25
Meyer Lake   430.50
Carried forward     $19,585.41 $135,431.24 PRINCE RUPERT DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $19,585.41 $135,431.24
Reg. No.
34. White Creek    100.00
East Coast   1,430.50
Queen Charlotte Citv-Tlell   899.00
Kumdis Island   150.00
Kermis Road  50.00
23. Sandspit-Copper Bay  194.00
Haysport  (plank walk)    S.75
Trail to Galloway Rapids Bridge-site   158.25
Smith Island Trail   955.78
134. Yakoun River Trail   150.00
128. Salt Lakes Trail   272.78
108. Ikeda-Jedway Trail   198.00
Canoe Pass Trail   14.00
137. Jap Inlet Trail   251.60
15. Oona River Trail   376.50
107. Hoona River Trail    93.25
Total, Vote 178—Roads, Trails, etc       24,887.82
Vote 178—Bridges :  Maintenance.
13. Kumdis River   $67.00
21. Queen Charlotte City   470.09
41. White Creek   44.32
McBride Street  (foot-bridge)  145.61
Sewell    103.50
Bridges generally   693165
Total, Vote 178—Bridges :   Maintenance          1,584.17
Vote 178—Prince Rupert Wharf.
Operation   $4,770.79
Fish Warehouse repairs   404.93
Mitchell & Currie contract  3,060.00
Maintenance and repairs  635.75
Reconstruction     99.88
Total, Vote 178—Prince Rupert Wharf          8,971.25
Vote 178—Wharves.
Cow Bay Launch Harbour   $127.33
Total, Vote 178—Wharves   127.33
Total expenditure, Prince Rupert District  '.  $171,002.81
REVELSTOKE DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1927," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Revelstoke-Arrowhead   $760.00
Revelstoke (west)   1,301.00
Big Bend   2,016.00
Sidmouth-Sproat     56.00
$4,133.00
Capital Account—"B.C- Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (re) :   Roads.
Big Bend Fill       $6,670.35
Big Bend        72,371.28
Big Bend  (survey)            2,394.99
Carried forward     $81,436.62 S 134 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1928-29.
REVELSTOKE DISTRICT— Continued.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (re) :   Roads—Continued.
Brought forward     $81,436.62
Clough   41.10
Revelstoke-Arrowhead   9.833.01
Revelstoke  (west)     14,883.02
Sidmouth-Sproat  4,964.49
Shura  1,812.75
McMahon     2,155.57
Big Bend Trail   499.48
$115,626.04
Total, Capital Account—Roads   $119,759.04
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (re) :   Bridges.
Beaton     $6,498.21
Revelstoke (south)   '   13,659.49
Laforme    2,485.00
Games  6,716.78
Silver Creek  5,461.16
Total, Capital Account—Bridges       34,820.64
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
8. Beaton-Camborne   $5,633.97
10. Beaton-Trout Lake   742.32
11. Begbie '.  413.62
13. Big Bend  6,154.25
16. Clough   168.00
25. Galena Bay Logging  1,582.60
33. Halcyon   220.00
45. Levesque   334.99
70. Power-house  815.50
71. Revelstoke-Arrowhead   23,731.23
72. Revelstoke  (east)    1,005.69
74. Revelstoke  (west)     23,552.53
78. Sidmouth-Sproat   3,203.35
93. Turner  146.90
117. Tower    155.00
104. Big Bend Main Trail   463.18
114. Halcyon     348.87
131. Silver Creek   1,208.85
Equipment rentals   690.00
Sundry roads (units under $50)   3.00
Plant and tools  8,586.58
Truck Account  3,071.61
Supervision-—■
General Foreman  1.702.0S
Auto   596.11
Toal, Vote 178—Roads, Trails, etc       84,530.23
Vote 178—Bridges :   Maintenance.
2. Beaton   $63.32
55. Halcyon  :  833.02
57. Cranberry Creek   126.92
68. Kelch   125.00
71. Malakwa-Erickson  :  750.00
74. Malakwa-Sommerville     675.00
75. Malakwa-Sommerville   590.00
100. Illecillewaet  395.95
112. Revelstoke  (west)    125.00
120. Revelstoke  (west)     70.00
Carried forward       $3,754.21 $239,109.91 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. S 135
REVELSTOKE DISTRICT— Continued.
Vote 178—Bridges :   Maintenance—Continued.
Brought forward       $3,754.21 $239,109.91
Reg. No.
153. Revelstoke-Arrowhead  340.00
Sundry bridges  (units under $50)    92.90
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Total, Vote 178—Bridges : Maintenance         4,187.11
Vote 178—Ferries.
Arrowhead-Beaton   $5,037.25
Goldstream   530.20
Hall's Landing  4,777.88
12-Mile   '.  3,427.25
Total, Vote 178—Ferries        13,772.58
Vote 178—Protection of River-banks.
Cranberry Creek  !  $236.90
Salmon  Creek-Beaton   540.79
Equipment Fund   91.00
Total, Vote 178—Protection of River-banks   868.69
Vote 178—Traffic Operation  (including Snow-removal Service).
8. Beaton-Camborne   $86.00
13. Big Bend Road   138.47
23. Fourth  Street Sub  268.63
71. Revelstoki^-Arrowhead    326.00
72. Revelstoke (east)  52.00
74. Revelstoke (west)   1.471.04
Sundry roads  (units under $50)    296.80
Sundry bridges (units under $50)   233.25
Equipment rentals    240.50
Plant and tools  1,047.81
Total, Vote 178—Traffic Operation   (including Snow-removal Service)         4,160.50
Vote 145—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
Flat Creek Trail   $211.62
Downie Creek Trail   75.00
Big Bend Trail   499.56
Waverly Tangier Group   294.60
Trail to Asbestos Group  '.  250.00
Total, Vote 145—V Mines Development Act," Supplementary          1,330.78
Special Warrant No. 16. Snow-removal equipment  942.16
Total expenditure, Revelstoke District   $264,371.73
RICHMOND-POINT GREY DISTRICT.
Capital Account -"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (re) :   Roads.
Widening Marine Drive      $13,302.05
9. Woodward Highway, 50b         3,750.00
19. Road classified 70b          3,488.28
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $20,540.33
Vote 178—Wharves.
Ladner Wharf rental   $50.00
Total, Vote 178—Wharves   50.00
Carried forward     $20,590.33 RICHMOND-POINT GREY DISTRICT— Continued.
Brought forward !.._     $20,590.33
Vote 178—Ferries.
Ladner-Woodward, No. 3       $8,133.51
Total, Vote 178—Ferries         8,133.51
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
2. Imperial Street        $1,157.12
3. Marine Drive, 20b          6,774.19
9. Woodward Highway, 50b          3,844.07
13. Granville Street, 16b  801.21
14. Hudson Street, 49b   115.20
Union College Road   181.02
Plant and tools  73.73
Supervision—
General Foreman          2,647.06
Auto (includes new Chevrolet)           1,087.16
Chevrolet truck  '.  529.18
Total, Vote 178—Roads, Trails, etc       17,209.94
Vote 178a—Concrete Sidewalks, Fourth Avenue, Point Grey.
Expenditure    \  $500.00
Total, Vote 178a   500.00
Vote 178—Bridges :  Maintenance.
1. Beacon Gulch   $6.90
2. University     423.16
4, 5. Eburne Bridges  ,         8,805.64
Inspection of bridge iron and timber  240.00
Total, Vote 178—Bridges :   Maintenance         9,475.70
Total expenditure, Richmond-Point Grey District      $55,909.48
ROSSLAND-TRAIL DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1927," Sec. 6 (re) :   Roads.
23.' Trail-Rossland     $775.00
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (re) :   Roads.
4. Castlegar-Trail       $6,471.25
23. Trail-Rossland            6,560.45
Castlegar Ferry  (approaches)            1,273.33
$14,305.03
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $15,080.03
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1927," Sec. 6 (re) :   Bridges.
Columbia River      $7,869.30
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6(a):   Bridges.
Columbia River   28.00
Total, Capital Account—Bridges          7,897.30
Carried forward     $22,977.33 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. S 137
ROSSLAND-TRAIL DISTRICT— Continued.
Brought forward -     $22,977.33
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :  Ferries.
Castlegar       $13,228.66
Total, Capital Account—Ferries        13,228.66
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
2. Big Sheep Creek   $555.40
4. Castlegar-Trail    3,483.30
6a. Country Club  532.95
7. Deschamps (north)   645.25
12. Milestone  66.00
14. Rossland-Cascade    6,505.89
16. Rossland-Paterson    1,874.43
22. Trail-Fort Sheppard  394.83
23. Trail-Rossland     4,354.65
24. Trail-Rossland (old)    147.18
25. Violin Lake   325.09
Coykendahl Trail  15.00
Sundry roads (units under $50)    71.24
- Plant and tools  763.80
Total, Vote 178—Roads, Trails, etc       19,735.01
Vote 178—Bridges :  Maintenance.
19. Deschamps, No. 5   $224.90
35. Trail-Fort Sheppard, No. 2  75.00
Sundry bridges (units under $50)  25.00
Total, Vote 178—Bridges :   Maintenance   324.90
Vote 178—Ferries.
Castlegar          $6,402.40
Total, Vote 178—Ferries         6,402.40
Vote 178—Traffic Operation  (including Snow-removal Service).
4. Castlegar-Trail   $227.87
14. Rossland-Cascade  202.75
16. Rossland-Paterson    449.56
23. Trail-Rossland   384.56
Sundry  (units under $50)    32.00
Total, Vote 17S—Traffic Operation  (including Snow-removal Service)         1,296.74
Vote 145—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
Murphy Creek Trail   $210.00
Total, Vote 145—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary  210.00
Total expenditure, Rossland-Trail District     $64,175.04
SAANICH DISTRICT.
Capital Account'—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (n) :  Roads.
Limekiln  (revision)    $75.00
Scott    "  1,341.61
West Saanich (Government proportion)   2,117.90
West  907.65
Gorge (Primary Ia)    1,168.51
Total, Capital Account—Roads        $5,610.67
Carried forward       $5,610.67 S 138 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1928-29.
SAANICH DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward       $5,610.67
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6  (a) :
Limekiln Road.
Limekiln Road      $11,110.81
Total, Capital Account—Limekiln Road       11,110.81
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
1. Observatory    $2.70
2. Scott    202.50
3. Ross-Durrance   2S6.75
4. Burnside   549.86
5. Helmcken   2.171.57
6. High Street  117.50
7. Weldwood Avenue    389.74
8. Eaton Avenue   295.25
11. West (Indian Reserve)    250.08
12. Holland Avenue  6.56
14. Chancellor Avenue   167.50
15. Portage Avenue   300.62
16. Conrad Street   47.50
17. McTavish Street   393.12   ,
18. Connaught Avenue   79.00
9. Gorge (Primary Road Ia)   2,698.37
1b. East Saanich and Quadra   (secondary)  496.68
2b. West Saanich  (secondary)  727.56
51b. Verdier Avenue (secondary)  73.89
Supervision  1,629.07
Material Account   479.42
Plant and tools   1,587.99
Total, Vote 178—Roads, Trails, etc       12,953.23
Vote 178—Bridges :   Maintenance.
19. Craigflower    $824.77
Total, Vote 178—Bridges :   Maintenance   824.77
Vote 178—Wharves.
Mill Bay Ferry Landing       $2,225.37
Total, Vote 178—Wharves          2,225.37
Vote 178b—Local Roads within  Organized Territory.
72b. Cadboro Bay Road (at Ash Creek)         $2,000.06
Total, Vote 178b—Local Roads within Organized Territory          2,000.06
Total expenditure, Saanich District      $34,724.91
SALMON ARM DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (re) :   Roads.
Kamloops-Salmon Arm    13,047.31
Kamloops-Salmon Arm (Hoffman Bluffs)  2,549.11
Kamloops-Vernon    10,711.04
Salmon Arm-Enderby, 00b   423.17
North Thompson Extension   24,983.04
Salmon Arm-Grande Prairie, 20b   300.00
Settlers'  roads   947.67
Harper Valley   1,476.51
Robins Range   1,976.00
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $57,073.85
Carried forward -     $57,073,85 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
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SALMON ARM DISTRICT— Continued.
Brought forward     $57,073.85
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :  Bridges.
Salmon Arm, No. 85   $978.35
Proposed Adams River Bridge          9,277.36
Total, Capital Account—Bridges        10,255.71
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
2. Adams Lake and branches   $595.35
7. Bear Creek   292.63
8. Bolean Creek   653.29
9. Blind Bay-Eagle Bay   722.72
10. Blind Bay-Carlin   64.25
13. Campbell Creek   170.00
14. Campbell Meadows  562.02
16. Chase Creek   794.17
18. Chase Town   187.78
19. Chase-Skimikin-Salmon Arm   644.51
20. Chum Creek and branches   199.25
21. China Valley   60.00
23. Celista District  535.00
24. Douglas Lake-Grande Prairie   520.30
25. Ducks Station-Disdero   517.30
26. Ducks Range   1,155.65
28. Fowler-Willett  599.48
29. Falkland vicinity  143.81
33. Glenemma-Armstrong   447.50
37. Hepburn   98.87
39. Kamloops-Salmon Arm   9,821.34
40. Kamloops-Vernon    4,937.58
41. Kamloops-Shuswap   363.59
47. Martin Prairie and branches   440.86
48. Meadow Creek  362.75
49. Magna Bay   600.79
54. Notch Hill-Carlin-Tappen   1,109.21
55. Notch Hill and vicinity   528.77
59. Paxton Valley   833.25
60. Paul Lake-Pritchard   436.29
61. Pinantan District  644.71
64. Pillar Lake   175.57
65. Robins Range  668.31
67. Salmon Arm-Enderby   254.72
70. Salmon River   1,847.82
71. Sicamous-Vernon  :  470.36
72. Squilax-Anglemont  2,707.11
74. Sorrento District   427.57
75. Seymour Arm   78.00
79. Squilax-Turtle Valley   270.51
80. Tappen-White Lake   1,400.16
81. Tappen-Mobley-Brown  698.93
83. Yellowhead Pass   776.81
88. Blue River Town   211.61
90. Aylmer  83.32
Sundry roads  (units under $50)  151.91
Office expenses   238.90
Assistant District Engineer's auto  270.77
Camp equipment   189.90
Plant and tools   4,006.01
Plant maintenance   992.33
Material     1,063.79
Total, Vote 178—Roads, Trails, etc       46,033.43
Carried forward  $113,362.99 S 140
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1928-29.
SALMON ARM DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward  $113,362.99
Vote 178—Bridges :  Maintenance.
Reg. No.
21. Chase Creek, No. 1  -  $296.31
41. Fuzzee    171.50
44. Graham     150.05
48. Hornet Creek   32.00
50. Jake Creek   100.00
53. Keraghan   530.00
62. Martin Prairie, No. 1   130.00
63. Martin Prairie, No. 2   130.00
05. Miller Creek   290.00
08. Monte Creek, No. 1   323.40
80. Pritchard   712.25
83. Ross Creek   82.06
90. Shuswap    :  309.15
136. Syphon Creek   130.00
163. Kedleston     258.77
164. LaBelle  204.21
165. Bolean Creek  '.  359.50
166. Celista Creek  358.60
Total, Vote 178—Bridges :   Maintenance          4,633.80
Vote 178—Ferries.
1. Avola    $367.50
2. Vavenby   949.50
3. Sorrento-Scotch Creek   2,999.22
4. Squilax, Little River   1,907.26
5. Ducks   1,171.30
Shuswap Lake (subsidy)   ,  5,000.00
Total, Vote 178—Ferries        12,394.78
Vote 178.—Protection of River-banks.
Salmon River   $997.37
Total, Vote 178—Protection of River-banks   997.37
Vote 178—Traffic Operation  (including Snow-removal Service).
Snow-removal         $1,068.98
Total, Vote 178—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service)         1,068.98
Vote 145—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
Trail to Cotton Belt Mines        $2,500.00
Copper Chief Group Mineral Claims   100.00
Total, Vote 145—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary          2,000.00
Special Warrant No. 10. Snow-removal equipment   843.58
Total expenditure, Salmon Arm District   $135,901.50
SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1927," Sec. 0 (re) :   Roads.
Osoyoos-Sidley Mountain        $5,970.74
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 0 (re) :   Roads.
Coalmont-Blakeburn       $23,908.14
1-Mile          3,403.01
Carried forward     $27,431.15 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
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SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT—Continued.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 0 (re) :   Roads—Continued.
Brought forward ...,  $27,431.15
Copper Mountain :.... 14,977.31
Richter Pass  4,175.25
Keremeos-Hedley  (Seven Devils Section)  17,180.40
Keremeos-Princeton   (survey)     1,309.80
Penticton-Keremeos (Le Lievre Hill)    1,998.08
Hedley streets (protection)   4,907.01
Road through Penticton Indian Reserve No. 1   190.00
$72,295.00
Toal, Capital Account—Roads      $78,200.34
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1927," Sec. 6 (re) :  Bridges.
Reg. No.
34-145. South Keremeos, No. 1   $2,596.71
Capital Accounts—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 0 (a) :  Bridges.
34-92. Keremeos-Hedley, No. 8   4,833.40
Total, Capital Account—Bridges          7,430.11
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Allison-Copper Mountain  $110.25
2. Armstrong-Chopaka     328.00
10. Copper Mountain   1,042.54
30. Coalmont streets   184.55
07. Cawston roads  494.38
17. Dog Lake   224.00
21. Fairview-Camp McKinney   182.50
20. Fairview-White Lake   349.50
29. 5-Mile-Princeton     207.00
44. Granite Creek-Blakeburn  258.00
35. Hedley-Princeton     2,143.53
48. Hedley streets   100.77
59. Hope-Princeton     532.36
83. Jura Station   63.00
38. Kaleden-Okanagan Falls   421.40
39. Kaleden  Townsite    666.28
41. Keremeos-Hedley   645.36
42. Kruger Mountain   68.50
43. Keremeos Station  633.31
66. Keremeos streets   158.40
95. Lett's Sawmill   62.00
45. Myer's Flat-Okanagan Falls   286.25
47. Marron Valley   343.60
51. McLean Creek   215.75
25. Nickel Plate   106.50
12. Osoyoos Orchards    749.13
53. 1-Mile-Princeton     308.38
54. Osoyoos-Sidley Mountain   1,815.44
81. Okanagan Falls streets   85.75
86. Oliver-Osoyoos   1,549.00
90. Oliver streets   94.03
20. Penticton-Oliver     6,401.33
60. Penticton-Keremeos     4,963.84
62. Penticton-Carmi  755.40
63. Princeton-Otter Lake  1,890.97
68. Princeton streets   976.57
74. Penticton Creek   122.50
73. Penticton-Summerland   3,920.86
25. Penticton-Oliver Bridge Fill   1,158.19
Carried forward  $35,279.12    $85,690.45 SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $35,279.12   $85,696.45
Reg. No.
52. Richter Pass   264.50
70. Richter Mountain   78.75
72. South Similkameen   1,403.48
78. Summers Creek   258.53
79. South Keremeos   491.62
80. Shingle Creek   637.39
93. South Okanagan Land Project   1,023.88
96. Sidley-Camp McKinney   299.50
97. Sidley Mountain   310.75
87. Tulameen-Summit City   1,253.25
40. White Lake  400.70
206. Camp Rest-Nickel Plate Trail   63.00
227. Slate Creek Trail   104.76
14a. Fairview-Summerland    2,585.45
29b. Penticton-Naramata    1,226.77
Sundry roads  (units under $50)  371.53
Plant and tools   14,858.95
Camp equipment   276.60
Keremeos Tool-shed  3.50
Oliver Tool-shed   1,639.12
Osoyoos Gravel-pit  888.60
Supervision—General Foreman and auto   2,852.41
Total, Vote 178—Roads, Trails, etc      66,572.16
Vote 178—Bridges :  Maintenance.
34-48. Granite Creek   $393.70
34-178. McAlpine   212.73
34-178. McAlpine   212.73
34-75. 9-Mile   1,074.59
34-100. Okanagan Falls, No. 3   64.01
34-105. Penticton-Keremeos, No. 1   50.00
34-116. Penticton-Keremeos, No. 12  65.00
34-118. Penticton-Keremeos, No. 14   76.00
34-148. Shingle Creek, No. 1   74.00
34-145. South Keremeos, No. 1 (old bridge)  276.25
Sundry bridges (units under $50)  223.67
Equipment rentals   177.00
Total, Vote 178—Bridges :   Maintenance   $2,686.95
Vote 178—Bridges :   Reconstruction.
34-27. Penticton-Oliver, No. 5  .'.  $800.34
.34-148. Shingle Creek, No. 1   215.40
Total, Vote 178—Bridges:  Reconstruction       $1,015.74
Total, Vote 178—Bridges :   Maintenance and Reconstruction          3,702.69
Special Warrant No. 17. Ashnola Bridge        19,358.68
Vote 178—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service).
10. Copper Mountain   $478.59
44. Granite Creek-Blakeburn   165.62
35. Hedley-Princeton   207.06
59. Hope-Princeton    53.( )
Carried forward         $904.27 $179,032.67 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
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SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 178—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service)—Continued.
Brought forward  $904.27 $179,032.67
Reg. No.
41. Keremeos-Hedley   82.82
86. Oliver-Osoyoos   74.70
53. 1-Mile-Princeton    193.62
60. Penticton-Keremeos     108.69
20. Penticton-Oliver     285.40
73. Penticton-Summerland   59.73
63. Princeton-Otter Lake   436.55
87. Tulameen-Summit City   51.15
Total, Vote 178—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service)         2,196.93
Vote 145—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
Bridge across Tulameen River at Slate Creek   $558.51
Bridge and trail over East Fork of Siwash Creek   99.88
Cambie Creek Trail   650.25
Champion Creek Trail   74.38
Copper Creek Bridge   363.00
Grasshopper Mountain Trail   100.00
Lynden Coal-mines Road   655.00
Nickel Plate Road   290.64
Road and trail to Pacific Slope Mines   1,997.30
Robt. Marks' bridge across Tulameen River   60.00
Trail from Badger Creek to Hope Trail   500.00
Trail across North Fork of Granite Creek   193.50
Trail to Queen Bess Group of Claims   150.00
Total, Vote 145—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary          5,692.46
Special Warrant No. 16. Snow-removal equipment          2,142.53
Total expenditure, Similkameen District   $185,361.90
SKEENA DISTRICT.
Capital Accounts—"B.C. Loan Act, 1927," Sec. 0 (a) :   Roads.
Prince Rupert Highway  (Copper Bridge approaches)       $1,535.08
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Prince Rupert Highway (Hazelton-Terrace)    $64,641.15
Prince Rupert Highway  (Hazelton-Smithers, Beament Diversion)  17,700.85
Prince Rupert Highway  (Hazelton-Moricetown-Telkwa)  20,569.38
52. Lakelse Lake   2.999.60
23. Driftwood Creek   1,499.56
04. Nine mile Mountain   2,500.00
Prince Rupert Highway survey (Smithers-Telkwa)    $504.40
Prince Rupert Highway survey (Usk-Pacific)  1,395.39
52. Lakelse Lake Cut-off      103.70
  2,123.49
$112,034.03
Total, Capital Account—Roads  $113,509.11
Capital Account?—"B.C. Loan Act, 1927," Sec. 6 (a) :  Bridges.
161. Copper River High-water Channel        $3,240.60
168. Copper River Suspension          8,786.92
Carried forward     $12,027.52 $113,569.11
11 S 144
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1928-29.
SKEENA DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward     $12,027.52; $113,569.11
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :  Bridges.
Reg. No.
168. Copper River Suspension   $22,472.51
174. Beament  1,796.84
167.  Edgar   428.44
163. Slope     279.99
50. Haguelgate  8,513.96
$33,491.74
Total, Capital Account—Bridges  :       45,519.26
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Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Prince Rupert Highway (Hubert-Smithers Section)	
Prince Rupert Highway (Smithers-Moricetown Section)	
Prince Rupert Highway (Moricetown-Hazelton Section)	
Prince Rupert Highway (Hazelton-Cedarvale Section) 	
Prince Rupert Highway  (Cedarvale-Terrace Section) 	
Bohler   	
Cronin   	
Copper City-Kitimat	
Corlette   	
Cedarvale-Kitwanga 	
Canyon Creek (lower)	
Driftwood Creek 	
Evelyn Station 	
Fiddler Creek 	
Frank 	
Ferry   	
Gold Creek-Usk 	
Heal-Norris   	
Hudson Bay Mountain 	
Hunter Basin 	
Hynes Settlement 	
Halliwell	
Hislop   	
Kitwanga 	
Kitimat   	
Kalum  Lake 	
Kispiox—Swan   	
Kalum Street 	
Kispiox Valley 	
Kathlyn Lake Branch 	
Kathlyn Lake-Glacier	
Kathlyn Lake (west side)	
Kidd	
Lakelse 	
Lome Creek 	
Lakelse Avenue 	
Lanfere	
Love  	
Merkley   	
Moricetown-Telkwa   	
Murray Road	
McClure Lake 	
Nine-mile Mountain 	
Rocher Deboule	
Rosenthal	
Remo   	
Smithers-Telkwa	
Thompson   	
Telkwa River (north side)	
Telkwa Collieries 	
Usk-Vanarsdol 	
$3,116.47
888.51
3.068.90
2,087.50
370.85
66.25
1,400.63
263.90
377.10
1,117.50
2,748.59
3,145.43
114.75
72.50
153.92
116.98
76.08
279.46
2,298.58
118.00
876.24
1,153.45
1,254.20
708.46
212.50
2,564.32
234.95
604.10
1,578.04
424.48
499.91
944.40
50.00
451.20
111.00
394.12
1,079.21
491.08
297.44
2,030.00
122.80
81.54
258.27
122.00
151.83
928.95
477.90
00.00
120.95
105.00
1,102.17
Carried forward     $42,639.07 $159,088.37 SKEENA DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $42,039.07 $159,088.37
Reg. No.
92. West side of Skeena  (north)  040.39
93. West side of Skeena (south)  172.48
98. West side of Kispiox   1,451.18
117. West  2,042.41
95. Zimacord   00.07
118. Billeter   955.17
121. Dieter     150.00
205. Copper River Trail   019.81
255. Groundhog Mountain Trail   702.28
229. Kalum Lake Trail  827.71
253. Kitwanga-Woodcock Trail   737.02
230. Manson Creek Trail   1,170.77
303. Port Essington streets   1,219.20
304. New Hazelton streets  :  320.35
Sundry roads and trails (units under $50)  504.77
Total, Vote 178—Roads, Trails, etc       54,831.28
Vote 178—Bridges :  Maintenance.
159. Braun's Island   $09.50
0. Brown Creek  118.95
7. Bulkley River   58.00
12. Corlette    121.75
14. Cedar River   02.06
22. Collins Creek   249.40
200. Cedar River   211.00
176. Elsworth     239.16
178. Frank  203.25
41. Gold Creek   99.50
43. Gilbert    158.35
173. Hall Creek   102.00
51. Hazelton     105.75
58. • Kennedy Creek   10O.00
59. Kispiox     05.50
OO. Kispiox Canyon :  80.00
172. Kathlyn Creek   999.77
09. Lamb Creek   147.89
91. Swede Creek   260.75
100. Smithers     558.20
110. Thornhill Creek   153.34
115.  Taylor Creek   181.43
135. Terrace    ,  3.603.50
165. Valhalla   194.33
124. Williams Creek  341.42
170. Whisky Creek   1,385.30
175. 4-Mile   326.48
82. Philips Creek   303.00
96. Salmon Creek   500.00
109. Thornhill   2,117.63
177. 4%-Mile   74.50
50. Haguelgate     53.50
163. Slope Creek   404.06
Sundry bridges (units under $50)  347.28
Total, Vote 178—Bridges:   Maintenance        14,056.55
Vote 178—Ferries.
Cedarvale   $2,500.22
Copper City    1,091.05
Copper City Basket Ferry   128.21
Hazelton   1,803.25
Carried forward  $5,048.73 $227,970.20 SKEENA DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 178—Ferries—Continued.
Brought forward  $5,648.73 $227,970.20
Kitwanga     1,209.37
Pacific    495.52
Remo  ."  1,472.12
Usk   2,087.17
Total, Vote 178—Ferries        10,912.91
Vote 178—Traffic Operation  (including Snow-removal Service).
Reg. No.
Prince Rupert Highway, Hubert-Smithers (snow-removal)  $71.19
84.  Telkwa Collieries Road (snow-removal)  14.00
3. Aitken Road   (snow-removal)  56.75
37. Hynes Road   (snow-removal)  8.00
Total, Vote 178—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service)  150.00
Vote 145—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
208. Chimdemash Trail   $1,630.40
278. Canadian-Swede Trail   100.00
260. Cascade and Yukon Trail  40.00
13. Cronin Road   450.00
272. Diadem Creek Road   456.17
23. Driftwood Creek Road   2,999.05
271. Emma Group Trail  250.00
219. Gold Creek Trail   196.75
279. Glacier Gulch Trail   100.00
280. Hunter Group Trail  .'.  100.00
36. Hunter Basin Trail   200.00
267. Kleanza Creek Trail   500.00
273. Lead King Group Trail  249.95
268. Little Joe Trail -.  350.00
235. Maroon Creek Trail   100.00
237.  Main Fork of Telkwa Trail  99.56
258. Mohawk Trail   499.00
64. Nine-mile Mountain Road  :  2,499.27
84. Telkwa Collieries Road   731.55
82. Telkwa-Howson Basin Road   200.00
221. Trail to Harvey Group   142.90
201. Trail to Brunswick Group   150.00
275. Telkwa River Trail   24.00
274. Trail to Old Hawk Creek   99.50
277. Trail to Jackie Group   100.00
270. Trail to Copper King Group   199.15
121. Victory Group Road   2,292.49
252. Williams Creek Trail   100.00
Total, Vote 145—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary        14,859.74
Total expenditure, Skeena District   $253,898.85
SOUTH OKANAGAN DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1927," Sec. 0 (a) :  Roads.
Lake Shore   $285.07
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 0 (re) :  Roads.
Lake Shore   $12,451.24
Chute Lake   880.25
Kelowna-Vernon   1,042.80
Carried forward  $14,374.35 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. S 147
SOUTH OKANAGAN DISTRICT—Continued.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 0 (a) :   Roads—Continued.
Brought forward  $14,374.35
Lake Shore (surveys)   2,387.80
Joe Riche District   5,020.89
$21,789.04
As per Public Accounts expenditure   $22,012.98
Less credit, transfer from North Okanagan   823.94
$21,789.04
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $22,074.11
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 0 (re) :  Bridges.
Mission Creek, No. 0  $2,032.72
Experimental Farm Trestle (survey).,  65.00
Total, Capital Account—Bridges         2,697.72
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
1. Arawana and branches   $202.50
2. Bulman  Subdivision    155.25
3. Belgo Subdivision (north)  438.63
4. Belgo Subdivision (south)  584.00
7. Benvoulin     458.30
9. Glenmore Valley   243.00
11. Glenrosa Main   180.50
12. Glenrosa Subdivision   69.39
13. Hydraulic Creek   172.80
15. Joe Riche District   2.671.00
16. Kelowna-Vernon (north)   1,886.03
17. Kelowna-Vernon (south)   3,908.85
18. K.L.O. Main   975.67
19. K.L.O. Subdivision   766.79
20. Lewis Bailey   123.75
21. Lake Shore (Okanagan Mission)   2,277.00
24. Meadow Valley and branches   392.96
25. North Naramata    056.38
26. Naramata Village _.:  320.88
27. Naramata  Subdivision   707.08
29. Okanagan Centre Subdivision   820.88
30. Peachland Municipality   1,842.75
32. Penticton-Summerland    2,127.06
33. Penticton-Naramata    880.88
34. Rutland Subdivision  •_  2,737.50
35. Richter Street  88.75
30. Scotty Creek   94.00
37. S.K.L.  Subdivision    449.10
38. South Okanagan and branches   1,740.92
40. Summerland-Peachland    12,090.89
41. Summerland Municipality   1,979.92
42. Shingle Creek and branches  88.50
43. Trepanier and branches   100.20
45. Woodlawn Subdivision   117.50
40. Westside  145.70
47. Westbank Subdivision   332.23
48. Westbank Ferry   1,435.91
49. Woods Lake Bottom roads   533.10
51. McKenzie  15.00
Sundry roads (units under $50$  140.94
Contingent Account  10.00
Carried forward     $45,581.21    $24,771.83 S 148 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1928-29.
SOUTH OKANAGAN DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $45,581.21    $24,771.83
Material   847.80
Plant and tools   15,555.01
Roads, general   1,220.45
Supervision—
General Foreman   2,747.80
Auto     544.02
Foreman's car   288.36
Total, Vote 178—Roads, Trails, etc       66,790.65
Vote 178—Bridges :  Maintenance.
Reg. No.
25. Mill Creek, No. 1   $1,582.11
34. Mission Creek, No. 2  65.13
35. Mission Creek, No. 3   131.33
39. McDougall Creek, No. 1   61.65
48. Slough Bridge, No. 2  1,463.16
49. Slough Bridge, No. 3   331.70
50. Slough Bridge, No. 4   329.95
51. Slough Bridge, No. 5  331.95
53. Slough Bridge, No. 7   57.93
62. Trepanier Creek   114.47
63. North Fork of Miss-ion Creek  1,209.35
66. 8-Mile Creek   59.62
69. Sawmill Creek, No. 3   881.47
Bridges, general   448.09
Sundry bridges  (units under $50)  69.79
Total, Vote 178—Bridges:   Maintenance          7,137.70
Vote 178—Ferries.
Kelowna-Westbank      $17,510.85
Less credits, ferry tolls          9,115.40
Total, Vote 178—Ferries          8,395.45
Vote 178—Protection of River-banks.
Mission Creek      $12,127.49
Total, Vote 178—Protection of River-banks        12,127.49
Vote 178—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service) .
16. Kelowna-Vernon  (north)    $29.25
17. Kelowna-Vernon  (south)   20.00
7. Benvoulin     24.50
18. K.L.O. Main   24.50
21. Lake Shore (Okanagan Mission)  25.00
33. Penticton-Naramata   35.13
34. Rutland Subdivision   22.50
30. Peachland Municipality   40.38
40. Summerland-Peachland     44.77
48. Westbank Ferry Road   64.00
Total, Vote 178—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service)  330.03
Special Warrant No. 16. Snow-removal equipment  t.         2,743.09
Total expenditure, South Okanagan District   $122,296.24 SOUTH VANCOUVER DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Commercial Drive  (resurfacing)     $630.07
Fraser Street  (reconstruction)     252.96
Marine Drive (reconstruction)          4,198.40
Total, Capital Account—Roads        $5,081.43
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
47b. Fraser Street  $621.50
74a. Kingsway     491.25
Total, Vote 178—Roads, Trails, etc         1,112.75
Vote 178—Bridges :  Maintenance.
1. Doman   $343.22
Total, Vote 178—Bridges :   Maintenance   343.22
Total expenditure, South Vancouver District        $6,537.40
YALE DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1925," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Hope-Yale          $500.00
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1927," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Spences Bridge-Merritt   $718.89
Lytton-20-Mile Post   1,160.77
Spences Bridge-Ashcroft   700.08
Merritt-Princeton  3,110.02
Cariboo (Lytton-Spences Bridge)    118,199.36
Cariboo   (Lytton-Boothroyd)     150.00
Cariboo Highway  510.00
Fill for Caignou Bridge  190.72
Hope-Yale   50O.00
$125,239.84
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (re) :   Roads.
Cariboo  (Boothroyd-Lytton)     $21,049.81
Cariboo (Lytton-Spences Bridge)    164,849.05
Merritt-Princeton    6,001.31
Road approaches to North Bend Bridge   5,000.33
Settlers' roads (Green et at, North Bend)   1,450.40
Spences Bridge-Ashcroft   13,840.91
Spences Bridge-Merritt   21,482.08
Lytton-Lillooet   5,310.14
Cache Creek-Savona   4,994.14
Hope-Rosedale   8,883.81
Deroche-Agassiz  3,003.14
Pretty's (Morris Valley)    4,803.89
$201,353.01
Total, Capital Account—Roads   $387,092.85
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1927," Sec. 0 (re) : Bridges.
Spences, No. 78   $224.33
3-Mile Slide, A and B          1,596.28
Carried forward      $1,820.01 $387,092.85 S 150 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1928-29.
YALE DISTRICT—Continued.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1927," Sec. 0 (re) :   Bridges—Continued.
Brought forward  $1,820.01 $387,092.85
Maria Slough   5,909.27
Coquihalla   290.05
$8,019.93
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 0 (a) :  Bridges.
Keefer's   $574.89
Miami (Harrison Hot Springs Road, No. 2).....«.  2,529.02
0-Mile   1,091.25
Spences, No. 78   1,000.81
$0,390.57
Total, Capital Account—Bridges        14,410.50
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
1. Harrison Hot Springs, 28b   $054.59
2. Harrison Hot Springs   1,294.17
0. Hope-Rosedale   0,071.50
10. Laidlaw  ^-  551.20
12. Farrell    75.00
13. Hope Town   961.09
10. Othello   203.75
19. Nicholson   51.00
22. Lytton-Lillooet   4,444.31
25. Botanie Creek   250.31
20. Winch  335.94
28. George's  00.25
29. Fraser Canyon   160.50
30. Spences Bridge-Ashcroft   2,329.80
32. Venables Valley  52.00
31. Murray Creek   52.10
33. Salt Spur  137.50
34. Upper Venables Valley   148.00
35. Upper Hat Creek   587.26
36. Cariboo     867.42
38. Ashcroft Town   560.53
40. Highland Valley   778.83
41. Barnes Lake   251.67
42. Cache Creek-Savona   546.50 *
43. Back Valley  109.75
44. Merritt-Spences Bridge   2,804.12
51. Petit Creek   79.65
55. Mamit Lake  826.77
62. Midday Valley  .,  250.50
63. Kamloops-Merritt    7,732.91
64. Mill Creek   164.97
06. Princeton Cut-off   72.78
07. Matthews   104.98
08. Grande Prairie   884.27
09. Lauder-Hawkins  ,  141.55
70. Merritt-Princeton     1,843.50
71. Coldwater     330.92
72. Iron Mountain   239.00
73. Kane Valley   250.50
74. Loon Lake  98.37
75. Bates  9S.38
70. Aspen Grove-Princeton.   1,056.35
79. Pike Mountain   122.75
80. 5-Mile   112.75
Carried forward     $39,429.33 $401,509.35 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. S 151
YALE DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 178—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward :  $39,429.33 $401,509.35
Reg. No.
81. Summers Creek   128.25
82. Princeton Trail  521.50
83. Deroche-Agassiz   4,942.01
84. Brookmere  1  416.79
204. Deroche-Agassiz, 40a  344.81
100a. Cariboo Highway  (Lytton-Spences Bridge)  456.39
100. Cariboo Highway (Lytton-Boothroyd)  1,445.38
Sundry roads (units under $50)  202.41
Camp equipment   439.11
Material   2,645.55
Plant and tools, etc  5,941.53
Supervision—
Assistant District Engineer  4,158.07
Office   2,984.60
Auto   741.48
Total, Vote 178—Roads, Trails, etc       64,797.21
Vote 178—Bridges :  Maintenance.
7. Harrison River  $686.40
Cuthbert  1,672.96
Manning's (Dot)  1,996.66
1. Graham  Slough   1,695.86
216. Alexandra    2,467.46
12-14. Popkum    5,361.76
Sundry bridges (units under $50)  165.99
Total, Vote 164—Bridges:   Maintenance        15,547.08
Vote 178—Ferries.
Lytton     $1,350.79
Total, Vote 178—Ferries          1,350.79
Vote 178.—Protection of River-banks.
Wing-dam on Fraser River   $580.59
Total, Vote 178—Protection of River-banks   580.59
Vote 178—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service).
Merritt-KamloopS Road   $189.11
Douglas Lake Road   37.50
Merritt-Princeton Road   553.05
Hopt^-Rosedale Road   147.62
Spences Bridge-Ashcroft Road   70.24
Total, Vote 178—Traffic Operation (including Snow-removal Service)  997.52
Vote 145—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary.
Trail to Pierre Creek  .'.  $999.62
Mineral claims near Merritt  :  800.00
Road to Planet Mines at Stump Lake  1,349.51
Trail to Independance Mine   100.00
Thelma Group of Mineral Claims, Nicola  500.00
Hope-Princeton Trail (Hope to 23-Mile)   500.00
Total, Vote 145—" Mines Development Act," Supplementary          4,249.13
Carried forward  $489,031.67 S 152 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1928-20.
YALE DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward  $489,031.67
Vote 179—Cariboo Highway (Toll Section).
Expenditure   ..-     $21,064.95
Total, Vote 179—Cariboo Highway  (Toll Section)       21,064.95
Total expenditure, Yale District   $510,096.62
MISCELLANEOUS.
" B.C. Loan Act, 1927," Sec. 6(a):  Roads and Bridges.
Credit, roads, Atlin   $28.80
Credit, roads, Omineca      26.18
  $54.98
Credit, bridges, Dewdney          6,438.42
Total, "B.C. Loan Act, 1927," Sec. 6 (re)   (credit)       $6,493.40
"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads, Bridges, etc.
General engineering  $158.06
Equipment Fund      300,000.00
Total, "B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a)     300,158.06
Vote 178.
Bridges generally   $3,469.26
Ferries generally   2,116.19
Traffic operation, administration   7,400.70
Launch    4,082.37
Surveys, general   2,698.82
Contingencies   8,237.50
Total, Vote 178        28,004.84
REPAIRS, ETC., TO  GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS  THROUGHOUT THE
PROVINCE   (EXCEPT PARLIAMENT BUILDINGS AND
GOVERNMENT HOUSE).
Vote 180.
Government Buildings—
Alberni    $1,305.75
Anyox   137.25
Atlin   269.18
Barkerville   117.30
Cranbrook     366.90
Cumberland    60.20
Duncan   109.00
Courtenay   175.38
Fernie    3,479.02
Fort Fraser  157.38
Golden   92.32
Greenwood   47.35
Kamloops    181.25
Kamloops Provincial Home   2,870.70
Kelowna    2,054.73
Lillooet   442.23
Lytton Public School   1,050.00
Merritt    41.90
Nanaimo   745.15
Nelson   914.31
Carried forward  $15,823.90 REPAIRS, ETC., TO GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS THROUGHOUT THE
PROVINCE (EXCEPT PARLIAMENT BUILDINGS AND
GOVERNMENT HOUSE) —Continued.
Vote 180"—Continued.
Brought forward  $15,823.90
Government Buildings—Continued.
New Westminster   9,370.79
Mental Home, Essondale  7,708.70
Colony Farm, Essondale   4,250.19
Mental Hospital, New Westminster  -.  5,298.84
Oakalla Prison Farm   3,790.35
Ocean Falls   99.05
150-Mile House   124.30
Pouce Coupe  59.00
Prince George Court-house   1,252.74
Prince Rupert    1,740.78
Princeton     1,455.05
Quesnel   48.00
Revelstoke     218.10
Rossland   2,001.27
Saanich Mental Home   8.938.89
Smithers   744.21
Stewart   0.00
Tranquille Sanatorium     24,278.90
Tranquille Sanatorium Farm   1,000.30
Trout Lake  30.00
Vancouver Court-house   10,039.77
Industrial School, Boys'   5,050.79
Industrial School, Girls'    0,243.95
Deaf and Blind School  4,089.84
Fumigation Station   307.91
Home for Incurables   3,180.10
Normal School, Vancouver  4,240.93
Old Technical School   14.21
Vernon Court-house   2,720.09
Victoria Court-house   2,307.33
Normal School, Victoria   5,255.85
Belmont House, Victoria   725.05
Elk Lake Farm   298.34
Williams Lake   725.00
Alberni Lockup   23.52
Alert Bay Lockup   854.97
Arrandale Lockup   339.33
Ashcroft Lockup   505.73
Blue River Lockup  38.58
Burns Lake Lockup  232.10
Clinton Lockup   12.30
Creston Lockup   088.50
Courtenay Lockup  237.45
Enderby Lockup  41.50
Fernie Lockup   58.35
Golden Lockup   3.25
Hope Lockup   42.00
Hanceville Lockup   40.00
Hazelton Lockup   80.24
Invermere Lock-up   193.00
Kamloops Lockup   112.55
Kelowna Lockup   45.00
Kimberley Lockup  04.15
Lillooet Lockup   437.07
Lytton Lockup  210.00
Masset Lockup  50.57
Mission Lockup  .30.00
McBride Lockup   45.35
Natal Lockup   52.50
Nelson Lockup   92.01
New Denver Lockup  18.25
Carried forward  $140,546.95 S 154 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1928-20.
REPAIRS, ETC., TO GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS THROUGHOUT THE
PROVINCE (EXCEPT PARLIAMENT BUILDINGS AND
GOVERNMENT HOUSE) —Continued.
Vote 180—Continued.
Brought forward  $140,546.95
Government Buildings—Continued.
North Bend Lockup   6.30
Oliver Lockup  176.00
Quesnel Lockup  15.25
Silverton Lockup  40.00
Squamish Lockup   15.00
Telegraph Creek Lockup   32.47
Yahk Lockup   01.75
Prince Rupert Lockup   3.25
Port Essington Lockup   1.00
Total, Vote 180—Government Buildings  $140,897.97
"B.C.  UNIVERSITY LOAN ACT,  1920."
Road approaches to Theological College   $95.25
Total, " B.C. University Loan Act, 1920 "   $95.25
CAPTAL EXPENDITURES.
Buildings.
Vote 191—
Colony Farm—Pump-house   $3,374.30
Clinton Government Buildings—Waterworks   0,514.04
Constable's Residence, Princeton   29.80
Girls' Industrial School   250.00
Parliament Buildings—Treasury Vault   7,170.00
Total, Vote 191      $17,338.14
"B.C. Loan Act, 1922," Sec. 0 (a) —
Residence for Gold Commissioner, Princeton   $037.00
Remodelling old Printing Office, Victoria         3,142.40
Total, "B.C. Loan Act, 1922," Sec. 0 (a)         3,779.40
"B.C. Loan Act, 1923," Sec. 0 (c) —
Pump-house, Essondale   $1,483.21
Alert Bay Lockup  7,207.70
Burns Lake Lockup   0,412.45
Lillooet Court-house   1,400.00
Old Printing Office—Alterations   7,050.00
Mental Hospital, Essondale   10,478.23
Water system, Mental Hospital Colony Farm   100.00
Water-supply and sewerage, Tranquille Sanatorium   330.29
Total, "B.C. Loan Act, 1923," Sec. 0 (c)      34,521.88
" B.C. Loan Act, 1927," Sec. 0 (&) —
Tranquille Sanatorium   $290,799.90
Printing Bureau (new) :  17,752.57
Printing Bureau (old)   7,896.10
Colony Farm, Essondale—Flood-gates   5,692.73
Colony Farm—Road  2,443.36
Mental Hospital, Essondale   177,099.69
Natal Lockup  971.30
Total, "B.C. Loan Act, 1927," Sec. 6 (6)     502,655.71
" B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 0 (8)—
Nurses' Home and Doctor's Residence      $20,737.10
Furnishing Staff Residence          0,258.10
% Carried forward     $26,995.20 $558,295.19 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. S 155
CAPITAL EXPENDITURES—Continued.
Buildings—Continued.
Brought forward     $26,995.20 $558,295.19
' B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (6)—Continued.
Furnishing New Infirmary Buildings  31,353.79
Tranquille Sanatorium—Laundry machinery   6,075.00
Normal School—Addition   64.55
Old Technical School   4,481.01
Purchase of Lots 26 to 29, Block 50, D.L. 541, Vancouver   120,000.00
Total, "B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (8)     188,969.55
Total, Capital Expenditures   $747,264.74
Total expenditure (excepting Votes 174-177 and 181, 182)   $7,619,059.59 S 156
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1928-20.
TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED.
April 1st, 1928, to March 31st, 1929.
GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS.
Work and Tenderer.
Amount.
Remarks.
Alberni:
A.   W.   McMillan	
$692.00
772.00
826.20
1,089.00
19,628.-00
20,468.00
21,750.00
22,830.00
23,563.00
23,696.00
1,685.00
1,745.00
1,848.00
2,046.00
1,415,000.00
1,4-52,996.00
1,476,729.00
1,479,500.00
1,534,0-00.00
61,174.00 ■.
61,574.00
65,699.00
67,649.00
67,947.00
69,695.00
71,280,00
73,976.0-0
74,361.00
75,587.00
30,906.00
31,395.00
31,853.00
32,748.00
33,998.00
34,358.00
38,524.00
39,664.00
43,940.00
33,140.00
33,390.00
36,128.00
36,558.00
37,595.00
39,525.00
41,082.00
47,385.00
D. W. Warnock	
H. McRae	
Frost & Wheatcroft	
Bella Coola Hospital:
E.  H.   Shockley	
W.  M.  Orr	
T.  Carson	
Hope Lockup:
W.  M.   Orr	
H. J. Davies & Son	
Essondale—Female Chronic :
* A. C. McDougall & Sons	
*
Awarded.
Smith Bros. & Wilson	
* Conditions of tender not fulfilled.
Essondale—Nurses' Home :
E.  H.  Shockley	
H.   Gostick                        	
Essondale—Farm Cottage:
H. D. Crawford	
E. H.  Shockley	
Smith Bros. & Wilson	
H.   Gostick	
Essondale—Apartment-house :
E.   H.   Shockley	
Smith Bros. & Wilson       ....           	
H.   Gostick	 TENDERS.
S 157
GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS—Continued.
Work and Tenderer.
Amount.
Remarks.
Deaf and Blind School—Alterations :
H. P. Leek	
$873.00
1,845.00
1,896.00
1,899.00
2,100.00
2,692.00
3,150.00
3,839.00
4,745.00
940.00
1,160.00
1,823.00
10,562.40
11,400.00
2,425.00
2,795.00
2,907.00
3,161.00
3,489.00
56,900.00
71.107.00
71,900.00
72,833.00
74,862.00
74,944.00
82,452.00
83,500.00
83,946.00
84,654.00
85,018.00
86,676.00
07,500.00
64,385.00
73,990.00
77,400.00
80,500.00
7,067.50
8,497.50
8,750.00
8,800.00
8,810.00
W. J. Prout	
Deaf and Blind School—Repairs :
H. P. Leek	
Awarded.
•
Essondale—Pump-house :
G.  H.  Proulx    	
Awarded.
J. A. MacKenzie	
Princeton—Constables' Dwelling, etc. :
Not awarded.
New Westminster Court-house—Alterations and Additions :
E.  H.   Shockley            	
Old Technical School—Remodelling :
E.  H.  Shockley	
Tranquille Residences, etc. :
Tranquille Residences—Electrical :
SCHOOLS.
Glenora:
O. C. Brown..
W. H. Vaux..
$2,160.00
2,000.00
Not awarded.
School Board
unable to raise
necessary funds. S 158
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1928-29.
SCHOOLS—Continued.
Work and Tenderer.
Amount.
Remarks.
Lytton:
W. M. Orr ....
T. Carson ."...
A.  Rodger Contracting Co	
Williams Lake :
W.  M.  Orr..	
McLean  & Giddings	
Moncrieff & Vistaunet  (May 6th)	
Moncrieff & Vistaunet (May 20th)	
-   E. H.  Shockley	
F.   Davies	
Mission Construction Co.   (received too late
Bella Coola:
W.  M.   Orr	
T.  Carson	
McLean & Giddings	
Pacific Engineers, Ltd	
Rodger Contracting Co	
E. H.  Shockley	
Port Alberni High :
Second call:
D. W. Warnock	
D. W. Warnock   (stucco finish)	
Turley Bros.,	
Turley Bros,  (stucco finish)	
First call:
A. Rodger Contracting Co	
A. Rodger Contracting Co. (stucco finish)....
W.  M.  Orr	
W. M. Orr (stucco finish)	
D. W. Warnock	
D. W. Warnock  (stucco finish)	
Moncrieff & Vistaunet	
Moncrieff & Vistaunet (stucco finish)	
University  Heights—Addition :
A. Rodger Contracting Co	
R. & J. C. Barton	
McLean  & Giddings	
Oliver :
First call:
McLean  &  Giddings	
McLean & Giddings  (extra for stucco)	
M. A. Clark -	
M. A. Clark (extra for stucco)	
Haugen & Matson	
Haugen & Matson (extra for stucco)	
Dore & Ryan	
Dore & Ryan (extra for stucco)	
Sinclair & Rossi	
E. H.   Shockley	
Second call:
A. B. Catherwood	
Haugen & Matson	
Sinclair & Rossi	
Norton & Boone	
Dore & Ryan	
W. G. Miller	
$1,800.00
2,470.00
2,624.00
10,472.00
12,784.00
14,279.00
14,751.00
14,896.00
16,500.00
11,180.00
2,000.00
2,900.00
3,488.00
3,510.00
3,585.00
3,672.00
25,305.00
25,669.00
25,700.00
26,100.00
23,510.24
23,258.66
24,900.00
25,450.00
24,920.00
25,284.00
25,193.00
25,568.00
3,080.00
3,215.00
3,468.00
23,686.00
300.00
24,087.85
350.00
24,390.00
450.00
25,726.45
300.00
27,500.00
28,384.00
23,300.00
23,967.90
24,083.00
24,748.00
25,726.45
29,665.00
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Not awarded.
Awarded.
Not awarded.
Awarded. TENDERS.
S 159
SCHOOLS—Continued.
Work and Tenderer.
Amount.
Remarks.
Vancouver Normal :
Nye Construction Co	
T. Carson	
Adkinson   & Dill	
A. C. McDougall & Sons....
A. Rodger Contracting Co
E. J. Ryan Contracting Co
Hodgson, King & Marble....
E.  H.  Shockley	
Smith Bros. & Wilson	
$65,627.00
68,000.00
69,613.00
69,930.00
69,967.00
72,567.00
73,971.00
73,527.00
79,228.00
Not awarded.
FERRIES.
Agassiz-Rosedale—Annual Subsidy for Operation,Government Ferry
John T. Henley	
Capt. D. Patterson	
H. Hull, H. C. Cartmel, and Geo. E. Scott	
H. I. Vince	
E. T. Matchett & Co., Ltd.  (received too late)	
Capt. Owen F. Browne	
John   Hind	
* Plus annual insurance premium to cover all insurance required.
Scow for Ferry at Nelson :
McCharles & McDougall	
A. H. Green	
Lean & Blondin	
L. H. Rawlings	
Hoffar-Beeching 	
Vancouver Drydock & Salvage Co., Ltd	
Agassiz Ferry Landing :
W. R. Jaynes   	
Chas.  G.   Shawcross.	
Fraser River Pile Driving Co	
Rodger & Bell	
Vancouver Pile Driving Co	
I
$11,000.00
8,720.00
7,500.00'
4,800.00
3,000.00
2,892.00
2,400.00
9,275.70
9,440.00
9,949.00
10,109.00
13,891.00
15,486.00
13,819.90
17,374.42
19,046.02
19,826.07
19,994.30
Contract not
awarded. Tariff
proposed to be
charged varied
considerably.
Awarded.
Awarded.
ROADS.
Trans-Provincial Highway—Paving Vedder Canal-Sardis Road :
Columbia Bitulithic, Ltd..
General Construction Co	
Dawson, Wade & Co : ....
Carter-Halls-Aldinger  Co.,  Ltd	
Armstrong-Morrison  Paving  Co.,  Ltd	
Paving Hastings-Barnet Road—Sperling Avenue to Barnet
Asphaltic Macadam, 5-inch (Penetration):
General Construction Co	
Coast   Quarries,   Ltd	
Ellis-Cotton, Ltd	
$105,301.50
166,203.50
156,423.50
106,502.50
166,667.50
107,102.00
107,627.00
177,327.00
165,102.00
111,477.10
41,116.00
42,019.00
43,076.40
Cement   concrete.
Awarded.
A.C. or bitulithic
(crushed rock).
A.C. or bitulithic
(gravel).
I Cement concrete.
A.C. or bitulithic
(gravel).
Cement concrete.
Cement concrete.
A.C. or bitulithic
(crushed rock).
A.C.  or bitulithic
(gravel).
Cement concrete.
12 S 160
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1928-29.
ROADS—Continued.
Work and Tenderer.
Amount.
Remarks.
Paving Hastings-Barnet Road—Sperling Avenue to Barnet—Contd.
(Alternative.)    Asphaltic Concrete, 2 inches thick:
Ellis-Cotton,  Ltd	
$33,746.40
36,076.00
41,245.00
39,956.40
15,650.00
16,900.00
18,160.00
18,250.00
20,720.00
23,300.00
24,600.00
Asphaltic Concrete, 4 inches thick (No Specification issued for this):
Ellis-Cotton, Ltd	
Trans-Provincial Highway—Clayton Hill Revision :
W.  P. Tierney                     	
General Construction Co	
Ellis-Cotton, Ltd	
Paola & Maggiore                          	
Nicholas Cosco	
Harrison & Lamond	
HIGHWAY PROTECTION.
Fencing, Nicomen Island Highway Protection :
A. Eagle   (erected by hand-digging)	
$5,764.81
6,742.90
6,742.90
8,510.00
7,659.00
112,843.89
122,512.05
125,238.15
146,252.08
60,260.00
61,571.00
62,017.60
75,330.00
26,700.00
26,797.00
33,674.00
44,088.80
47,877.00
51,092.10
23,582.74
25,303.80
41,043.10
50,353.00
63,031.16
Minard G. Hill   (mechanically driven)	
Minard G. Hill (erected by hand-digging)	
R. F. Shaver (mechanically driven)	
R. F. Shaver (erected by hand-digging)	
Section 1, Nicomen Island :
Dawson, Wade & Co	
Section 2, Nicomen Island :
Northern Construction  Co           	
Section 3, Nicomen Island :
General Construction Co.... ..               	
King & Moncrieff	
Section 4, Nicomen Island :
Fraser Construction Co	
Dawson, Wade & Co                     .... M
Harrison & Lamond *	
King & Moncrieff                      	
BRIDGES.
Campbell River Bridge (Comox District) :
W.   Greenlees	
Watson & Stewart	
Macdonald & Brethour  (received too late)
$16,972.00
17,075.50
17,926.85
Awarded. TENDERS.
BRIDGES—Continued.
Work and Tenderer.
S 161
Piers for North Bend Bridge (Yale District) :
E.  H.  Shockley	
King & Moncrieff Construction Co., Ltd....
Stuart, Cameron & Co., Ltd	
Hodgson, King & Marble	
New Westminster Bridge—Retaining-walls :
General Construction Co	
Dawson, Wade & Co., Ltd	
Fraser River Pile Driving Co., Ltd	
.1. A. MacKenzie	
Stuart, Cameron & Co., Ltd	
King & Moncrieff Construction Co., Ltd	
McLean & Giddings	
George Snider Construction Co	
Sidewalks on Trail Bridge (Columbia River) :
McCharles  &  McDougall	
Moncrieff & Vistaunet, Ltd	
Fraser River Bridge (Quesnel)—Spans:
First call:
W.   Greenlees	
Second call:
W.   Greenlees	
Dawson, Wade & Co ,	
Fraser River Bridge at Quesnel—Substructure
Wm. Greenlees	
Dawson, Wade & Co	
Hodgson, King & Marble	
Savona Bridge—Superstructure :
J. Coughlan & Son, Ltd	
Dominion Bridge Co	
Manitoba Bridge & Iron Works	
Amount.
$53,655.00
54,840.00
69,256.75
79,434.00
10,207.50
10,879.25
12,235.50
12,72.1.00
13,372.50
14,913.00
15,225.50
15,627.25
7,392.00
7,895.00
25,229.00
25,229.00
29,714.50
68,191.00
70,507.00
76,619.20
93,074.00
95,372.00
98,948.00
Remarks.
Contract  not
awarded.
Contract
awarded.
Awarded.
Contract  not
awarded.
Contract  not
awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
VICTORIA,   B.C. :
Printed by Charles F. Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1930.
575-130-8179 CLASSIFICATION OF HIGHWAYS.
Under Part III. of the " Highway Act," Chapter 103, R.S.B.C. 1924.
S 55
STATJ
flMENT SHOWING HIGHWAYS CLASS]
FIED AS
AT OCTOBER 31st, 1929.
-;'".^^"*:
City or District Municipality.
. PRIMARY HIGHWAYS.
SECONDARY HIGHWAYS.
Name of Highway and Reference Number.
From
To
Mileage.
Name of Highway and Reference Number.
From
To
Mileage.
Abbotsford, Village of	
Abbotsford-Riverside, Road  39a
W. bdy.. Village of Abbotsford	
N. limit. Village of Abbotsford	
0.52
0.33
(via Riverside Road, Hazel Street,
Gladys Avenue, and Essendene Avenue)
Alberni, City of	
Trans-Provincial (V.I.)   (Canadian Highway)....    4a
City bdy.. East Line, D.LJ14	
City bdy., Victoria Quay, Rogers Creek Bridge..
2.00
Beaver Creek Road    39b
Intersection   Victoria  Quay  and  Johnson
Street
River Road (intersection of)	
City bdy., D.L. 9, River Bend Bridge across
Somass River
E. bdy., Indian Reserve	
1.40
0.66
Armstrong, City of	
Vernon-Salmon Arm Road  20a
S. bdy.. City of Armstrong	
E. bdy., City of Armstrong	
1.50
Vernon—Salmon Arm Road	
N. bdy., City of Armstrong	
0.90
Trans-Provincial Highway (Kingsway)     8a
Hastings-Barnet (Dewdney Road)  32a
Tenth Avenue (city limits. New Westminster)..
North Road	
4.25
7.00
North Road (W. half)  14b
Riverway- (Marine Drive)  22b
City limits, New Westminster :	
Boundary Road (Park Street)	
Boundary Road (city limits, Vancouver)....
Clarke Road, Coquitlam	
S.W. bdy., D.L. 172, N.W.D	
1.40
3.30
2.23
Boundary Road (city^limits, Vancouver)....
City limits (Tenth Avenue), New Westminster
3.23
Fort George-Hazelton Road  36a
E. bdy., Burns Lake Village, near Blocks
11 and 12
W. bdy., Burns Lake Village, near Blocks 40
and 41
0.53
Burns Lake-Francois Lake Road  63b
Fort   George-Hazelton   Road  near   Blocks
11 and 13, Lot 6308
W.  bdy..  Burns  Lake  Village, near  Block  7,
Lot 6309
0.18
Chilliwack, Municipality of	
Trans-Provincial Highway  (Yale Road)  12a
W. bdy., Chilliwack Municipality   (except
portion   through   Chilliwack   City)   via
Sumas Flats
15.30
Rosedale Ferry Road  19b
Vedder Mountain Highway  61b
Sardis Road  62b
Ferry Landing	
Vedder  Bridge	
Intersection Trans-Provincial Highway (12a)..
2.20
W. bdy., District of Chilliwack	
3.60
Monashee Road, White Valley    52a
9.00
Coquitlam, Municipality of	
1.75
5.90
North Road  (E. half)  14b
1.40
Brunette   River  Bridge  city   limits,   New
Westminster (including portions through
Lots 60, 170, and 305)|j:
1.12
Island Highway (Parksville N.)     6a
N. bdy., City of Courtenay	
1.35
1.10
Island Highway, Sec. 14, Comox District..
City limits, Courtenay. Sec. 9, Comox District..
1.05
Trans-Provincial Highway  (Canyon Road)  43a
0.83
Dunsmuir  Avenue  34b
Courtenay—Cumberland Road (Fourth Street).... 35b
0.36
0.21
Scott Road (W. portion) m  18b
Boundary Bay Road  40b
Sec. 36, Block 5 N., Range 3 W	
5.60
7.90
Enderby, City of	
Vernon-Salmon Arm Road  18a
S. bdy.. City of Enderby	
N. bdy., City of Enderby	
0.24
Grand Forks, City of	
Trans-Provincial Highway  22a
E. bdy., Gold Avenue (city limits).	
(via Boundary Road, Victoria Avenue, Win
S. city limits	
nipeg Avenue, Bridge Street, and Bluff Avenue)
2.50
Greenwood, City of	
Trans-Provincial Highway  19a
N. bdy., City of Greenwood	
2.00
N.   bdy.,   Lot   15,   Crown   Grant,   Hope
Country Lands "r"
E. end of Bridge over Fraser River.	
0.86
Kent, Municipality of	
Harrison—Agassiz Road  40a
Harrison—Hot Springs Road  45a
W. bdy., Kent, at Harrison River Bridge....
Ferry Landing, Fraser River	
1 9.33
4.40
Harrison Hot Springs Road  28b
2 37
Langley, Municipality of	
Trans-Provincial  Highway   (Yale Road)     9a
W. bdy., Langley Municipality	
E. bdy., Langley Municipality	
10.75
McLellan Road  71b
Intersection of Yale Road at Langley Prairie....
1.10
Dewdney Trunk and River Road  25a
W. bdy., Maple Ridge t	
(via Ontario Street and Port Haney, IncI
tion N. side of CP. Rly., Kanaka Cree
14.50
River Road and Dewdney Trunk Road  73b
W. bdy., Municipality of Maple Ridge	
iding portions through Indian Reserves and por-
k to Baker Road)
Matsqui, Municipality of	
Trans-Provincial Highway (Yale Road)  10a
Abbotsford-Riverside Road  37a
W. bdy., Abbotsford	
N.   end,   south   highway   approach   to   Fraser
River Bridge
7.75
5.88
N. bdy., Abbotsford	
River Road and Hatzic Front Road  30a
12.75
Dewdney Trunk Road  77b
Hatzic Front Road,  N.W. corner of Sec.  15.
Tp. 15
Dewdney Trunk Road  29a
Home Avenue and Harbour Street  38a
W. bdy., Village of Mission	
E. bdy., Village of Mission „	
Bridge   end,   N.   approach   to   Fraser   River
Bridge
1.85
0.60
North Cowichan, Municipality of..
N.W. bdy., -City of Duncan .'.	
13.00
Cowichan Lake Road     4b
Quamichan Lake Road  36b
Trans-Provincial (V.I.)  (Island Highway)
Trans-Provincial (V.I.)  (Island Highway)
2.50
4.25
North Vancouver, Municipality of..
1.73
Marine  Drive  65b
1 00
Peachland-Kelowna   16a
W. bdy., Peachland Municipality	
E. bdy., Peachland Municipality	
7.75
Penticton, Municipality of	
Fair view—Summerland Road  14 a
N. bdy., Penticton Municipality	
2.60
Penticton-Naramata Road  29b
Main Street (Fairview-Summerland Road)
5.50
Pitt Meadows, Municipality of	
W. bdy., Maple Ridge Municipality	
4.00
McNeil Road	
1.90
S.W. corner Lot 283, Township 9
Hammond Road  75b
Harris Road (S.W. corner of Lot 283)
0.90
2.00
Port Moody, City of :.
Dewdney Trunk Road  33a
3.'78
Clarke Road  42b
loco-Port Moody Road  81b
Dewdney Trunk Road (Albert Street).	
S, bdy.. City of Port Moody	
1.06
W. bay., City of Port Moody	
Cariboo Road (via Davie Street, Carson Avenue,
and Front Street)  44a
Intersection of Cornwall Drive and Davie
Street
N. limit, Village of Quesnel (centre of Sutherland Avenue)
1.25
No. 19 Road  70b
Eburne Bridge, S. end	
7.50
(via Roads Nos. 13, 17,
Intersection  of  N.   bdy.,   C.N.R.  right-of-
way,  with Section 2b, 4 N., R.  4 W.,
S.S.B.
3, 9, and 5 respectively)
5.30
Saanich, Municipality of	
Harriet Road (city limits, Victoria)	
Tolmie Avenue (city limits, Victoria)	
East Saanich Road	
West Saanich Road	
Craigflower Bridge (bdy., Esquimalt Electoral
District) '
Junction of East-and West Saanich Roads	
1.70
3.65
10.00
0.77
9.00
Quadra Street and Saanich Road  54a
West Saanich Road  56a
East Saanich Road :... 55a
Tod Inlet	
N. bdy., Saanich Municipality	
^Salmon Arm—Grande Prairie Road  50a
Salmon Arm-Enderby Road (Front Street)  51a
W. bdy., Salmon Arm City	
Shuswap Avenue 	
0.30
0.60
Salmon Arm—Enderby Road  23b
Salmon  Arm-Enderby Road „  80b
Centre Street 	
Palmer Street 	
0.69
E. bdy., Salmon Arm City	
0.21
Salmon Arm, Municipality of	
Salmon Arm-Grande Prairie Road  47a
Salmon Arm Road  48a
Old Enderby Road  49a
Palmer's Corner, except ptn. through I.R.
City limits, Salmon Arm •
Palmer's Corner  :	
N. bdy., Municipality of Salmon Arm	
Salmon Arm—Enderby Road	
1.25
1.50
5.50
Salmon Arm-Enderby Road  24b
Salmon Arm—Grande Prairie Road  26b
E. bdy., city limits of Salmon Arm	
S. bdy., Indian Reserve	
Old Enderby Road	
Intersection of Old Enderby Road	
S.W. bdy., Municipality of Salmon Arm	
4.20
6.25
3.25
E.    limit,    Smithers    (19th   Avenue   and
Bridge Street)
N.   limit,   Smithers   (Bulkley   Street  and  5th
Avenue)
1.45
Hudson Bay Mountain Road  58b
S.  limit,  Smithers   (Railway Avenue and
"Edmonton Street)
Prince Rupert Highway, Main Street and 5th
Avenue
1.35
Spallumcheen, Municipality of	
Vernon-Salmon Arm Road  17a
N.  bdy.,  Spallumcheen	
12.50
Vernon-Kamloops Road...  31b
Armstrong-Salmon River Road....- - 32b
S. bdy., Spallumcheen	
N. bdy.,  Spallumcheen	
2.60
Trans-Provincial Highway  (Yale Road)  11a
Huntingdon'Road  13a
Sumas Prairie Highway  46a
S. bdy., Abbotsford	
N.E. bdy., Sumas Municipality	
N. bdy., Huntingdon Townsite	
S.W. bdy., Lot 38, Map 4211, N.W.D	
11.40
0.50
9.75  -
Vedder Mountain Highway.-. _ 60b
Evan Thomas Road	
Vedder Mountain, B.C.E. Rly	
Vedder Mountain, B.C.E. Rly	
E. bdy., Sumas Municipality	
3.00
Trans-Provincial Highway <Yale Road)....
Junction of Yale and Delair Roads	
3.75
Summerland, Municipality of	
Lakeshore Road (Peachland-Summerland Road)   15a
S. bdy.. Municipality of Summerland	
N. bdy;, Municipality of Summerland	
8.95
Surrey, Municipality of	
Trans-Provincial'Highway (Yale Road)  23a
Pacific Highway  24a
S. end of Fraser River Bridge, New Westminster
Trans-Provincial Highway (Yale Road) at
Clayton
E. bdy., Surrey Municipality (via Clayton)
United  States bdy	
12.56
9.36
Scott  Road   (E.   portion  adjoining  Delta  and
•   entire rpad northward) - 18b
McLellan   Road  69b
Semiamo Road	
Pacific Highway (Cloverdale)	
Trans-Provincial Highway (Yale Road) at New
Westminster Bridge
7.75
2.40
Terrace, Village of	
Prince Rupert Highway  42a
Frank Road (W. limit, Village of Terrace)
E. limit, Village of Terrace	
1.00
Kalum Street  67b
N. limit, Village of Terrace	
S. limit, Village of Terrace	
0.50
Vanderhoof, Village of	
Burrard Avenue,  First Street,  Fraser Avenue,
Third Street, Nechako Avenue  31a
Centre   line,    Louvain   Street    (N.   bdy.,
Village of Vanderhoof)
Centre line, Fourth Street (S. bdy., Village of
Vanderhoof)
0.95
West Vancouver, Municipality of..
Marine Drive   83b
W. bdy., North Vancouver Municipality	
Fisherman's Cove, Block 25, D.L. 430	
     1.40
11.16
Deduct for duplicate mileage—North Road in
Scott Road in
     5.60
  7.00*
Mileage.
City Municipalities,  Primary Highways ~ ::..,..'.     14.27
'"*:\*/£*l                                              City Municipalise
District Municipal
Village Municipal!
Mileage.
3, Secondary Highways     10.39
ties,  Secondary Highways	
       2.03
Village Municipalities, Primary Hig]
ruways—-„	
10.17
176.61
Total Mi
Grand To
  169.61
tal, Classified Highways	
*
  428.35

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